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November 26, 1924

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I'Ar.E TWO. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1924 >JJ*£jjiLlJLsUjw A Bountiful Thanksgiving To All Open Until 11 O'clock Thanksgiving Day One Delivery STERLING FULL OF PEP TODAY; HOME-COMING : Former Student* of Sterling College Home For Reunion. BONFIRE TONIGHT Phone 1500 7 South Main ST. TERESA'S CLASS IN A GYM EXHIBIT Boys of tho St. Teresa'* high tchool gymnasium vlass under the direction of S, 11. Cronlii, physical conductor of the Y. M. C. A., gave a drill exhibition for tli« public last night nt the Y. M. C. A. A large crowd howe ( | their npprecia- tion of I he work.- Tho nihlhlllon turlinlid marching, dumb hell drill, descriptive animal walks, Kroup relays, apparatus, mass games and pyramids. The animal walks created a sensa- lion among the spectators, particularly the chicken-step liy Leo McCabe. duck-walk, hy Jeff gangster and the frog-hop by Otis Bra lull. Help-youraelf Pcatofflce. Hohma. Mont.- In Cinder Na- liunal Park, SO miles from the railroad, in the only pusloffire of ita kind on record (ill the postmaster general. Tho mail is brought iroin the railroad and iH hung in wonlhcr-proof bags on the side, of a log cabin, uheaee residents within a five-mile rndius help themselves. Andre's Amazing New Treatment KARNAK Puts Kama* Man's Stomach In Fine Shape—He Feels 30 Years Younger! Tomorrow Sterling and Hays j College Teams Meet on the Gridiron. rtlerling. Nov. 2C—Sterling is bubbling over with life and pep today, the annual Home-coming ot Sterling college botng beld. Many of th? former students ot !*he college are here for the two days' home-coming which will extend over Thankwglvlng Day. This , j morning a special pop meeting was {held at. the college.' with songs, i | yells and stunts by the students. i This afternoon a volley ball game j between the faculty and alumni teams was part of the day's sport. This evening the students will have a big meeting in the gymnasium. ! following which a bonfire will be lit outside and a rally will ba held around the fire. Tomorrow- afternoon the Sterling college football team plays a game on the home ground with the Teachers' college team nt Hays. The Home-coming will come to a climax tomorrow evening with an alumni program and student play. Knights of Pythias Had Open Meeting Au open mooting of Hutchinson T.iOdge Knights of Pythias was attended by a large number besido the Knights and their families and the Pythian sinters'. The program ' was very much appreciated and was presided over by George C. Dice. past, chancellor-commander. It was followed by a very Interesting lunch and then by dancing and by u social time. Following was the program: j Music Sunflower Quartet • Reading Knline Rucker Pinno sole Mrs. K. Helps ; Address Can- W. Taylor t Holding Mrs. Caulk ; ijuartet Rathburn sisters Address W. Y. Morgan Heading Dill Lamborn "Song Russell and Hale Shirk Clog Dance Air. Gibson Song Fern Rlckr.rd «.nd Donald Clark i Address L. E. McDerracd Music, Sunflower Quartet Reading Mrs. Brown . :..>ug . .Fern and Maxine Rlcknrd Music: Sunflower Quartot OPERETTA GIVEN BY THE PUPILS Sherman Junior High School Students in a Splendid Production. The Sherman Junior high school operetta "Th« Feast of the Red Corn," was presented last evening In the new school auditorium be-! i fore a large and appreciative i crowd. j The opperetta was directed by : Miss Beatrice Klrkman, head of i the music department of tho school 1 and presented by the girls glee ' club. The production la an Indian operetta with soft croony Indian accompaniments, which were played by Miss Alice Kelly on the piano, Roy Johns on the drums with vocal renditions by the glee club members. More than 60 girls look part In the production and one boy, who played the part of the chief, James Lewis. The personel of tho cast: Ruth Hoagland, the old squaw; Hern Ice Clare Snyder, Queen Weeda-Wauda; Lillian Smith, Impee-Llght; Nina Buchanan, Fudgee; Elva Ruddick, Pudgee; Vera Truster, Wudgee. The Sherman orchestra played six selections preceding tho operetta. MOMEHI^ WE'D LIKE TO uwe CNEP?- HOPlMGr FOP "THE WORST. NEED RELIGION IN PUBLIC LIFE Dr. Hugh S. Magill Talked Plain and Interesting Facts at Luncheon. M i J.M. Woolley it..^:a>! .-.tftt 'lay mows thr i»jH <:r* 01 Andre's amazing new rr'-:<: mem, Karnak. 10 end the niis- erii-: Iroui ^tnmari) umihU-B n,ujck- 1. and sun -iy. All Kansas and Missouri ait- now taking Karnak and i.porttnt piionoiiienal results. A '.noiiv the Isl.-st is .1. Al. Woollt-y. i -o i:iii,un ^.v.ilo^lat engineer anil '.•u-im-.-- man oi Wlchll:,, Kims.. l:iii.t at 121., F,a*i piKiglus Ave., who S;IVH: [vwnak ti.-.aiiiiout ha< put. ni\ stom ;o-li iu such line Miapa that no matter what I eat I don't, have jiny more bloating from gas or diHt.rci-s atierward. 1 aotuiilly f .-el thirty yeurs younger, Karnak Mire iiad a Joh to do in my caso but it did It quickly and fuircly. Anybody win. Kiiffor .-d like 1 did linovvs whu! it Is lo In. 1 free trum ttio -o teiriljU- [.inns m my i ;iiluey>. hfi^ iiII.1 leg- and 'nave my nerves .•-toady awaiu. 1 uov.-r dieamed there eo'ild he any tiling like Karnak." Karni-k i^ %olil in Hutchinson • ji'liisivoly hy \ & A llrng Co., and tn Arlington exclusively hy C'lapp's lirug Store. I Boy Hurt Falling I From Street Car • Ourge Sprinkle, a sidioolboy, i wiiose home is at ISuiS -Sixth avenue j wiisl-was injured nbout tlis head ; and fun- about i o'clock yesterday i afternoon, when he hopped oft a j streetcar at Eighth and Monroe street. He was riding on tile roar j mrr|ev of the car nnd Jumped off ! while the car was still in motion, i The .Street Railway Co. has been > having trouble with the boys at the Allen school, who porsist In bopping rides on the street cars, i in spite of the efforts of the con; duilnr- to keep them off. J. E. i Humbert, manager of the company, , Kl»tf.< that if the boy's foot' hud I caught in the wire mesh of the carrier, he would have been seriously hurl before the car could have been stopped. DR. LANDiS SPOKE AT SOUTH HUTCHINSON IJr. W. tl. l.andls, of Chicago, secretary of the world's Sunday school association who is here at the educational conference this week, spoke before tho students of the South Hutchinson Bchool this morning. Rev. F. F. Walters of | the First Christian church Intro| (luced the speaker and led in tho | devotional.*. i ill-, l.andis was also presented . tills afternoon iu the Liberty higu ( ;*rhoi.l at ;', o'clork. On Postofflce Lawn r Ton Smith, Ark.. Nov. 2(1— Wul- i icr 11. Paul, owner ot a metal plant j near Fori Smith, was found dead i ou the lawn of the local postofflce ! last night. He had been shot i through the temple. "What the young people ot the land need Is more consciousness of Ood," declared Dr. Hugh C. Magill, In his talk at the Chamber oi Commerce at the noon day luncheon today. He said, "There is no force In the world so necessary to tho development of the world as consistent religious conrictlon," nnd he developed this thought In leading the thought to the necessity of the good that will come through more religious education, especially in the schools. His Talk Praised. Dr. Magill is the general superintendent of the International .Council ot Religious Education and Is in Hutchinson to assist In directing the movement toward this end. He was greeted by a fair Hlzed attendance nt the regular luncheon but one that was en- thiiHlastio in Its praise of tho good talk be made along tho lines of better cltUens)>> and to call to mind the necessity of better citizenship of the future improving the world. What World Needs. "The world will never be saved by the wealth of the lta citizens," he declared; "the world will never be saved by the power of the gov- eminent; it will ho saved by the religious character of its citizenship." President Joe Niles presided at the session and said it was hoped to have Governor Hen Paulen for tho speaker next week. He said that In two weeks a representative of the organization bureau of the United States chamber of commerce would talk and in three weeks J. F. Jarrell, publicity director of the Santa Fe railroad would talk on "1024 and 1925." A. C. Malloy asked Hutchinson people to help fill Convention Hall tomorrow night at the Llndsborg concert given by Kathleen Kcr- sting. A. A. Remington introduced the speaker of the day. LIGHT CO. EMPLOYES DANCED AT EIKS CLUB The Public Service club, composed of the employes of the United Water, Gas and Electric Co., held a dance last n'ght at the Elks club. Sixty of the employes and their wives or friends were pres ent. The music was furnished by the Lam-llas Orchestra. will make the Y. M. C. A. its headquarters while here for the game with the local team tomorrow. Res- ervationswere made fer 18 at dinner this evening at the "V.'' Offering For the Associated Charities X special offering will he taken up at the community Thanksgiving serv!;es to be held In the First Methodist church tomorrow morning at 8:00 a. m- for the Associated Charities fund. Hev. W. C. Davidson, president of the Ministerial Alliance will preside at th service and Rev. G. A. Wlmmer of the First Ave., Baptist church will lead in prayer. Father M. IJ. Kaln will preach the sermon. Ml-Y BOYS TO BE HOSTS TO VISITORS. The Senior HI-Y club will furnish transportation for the visiting football team tomorrow to and from the athletic field, and for any other visitors who come to help boost for the Manhattan team, who are students of the Manhattan school. About 25 members will go to the athletic field early tomorrow morning to clean up and to wrap the goal posts In the gold and blue. BANKER WAS A VICTIM OF MURDER And it Develops there was a Young Woman in the "Triangle" Case. F: OUMONT SMITH ON THE STATE COMMITTEE. The State Bar association meeting held In Independence Monday and Tuesday i« reported by local delegates as a great success. F. Dumont Smith was reelected as a member of the executive committee. I>ocal attorneys who attended were J. S. .Simmons, Don Shaffer. F. Dumotit Smith and A. C. Malloy. The state meeting will be held next year at Bmporla. • - (By The Associated Picusi 8an Bernardino, Calif., Nov. 2d.— William R. Fee, president of two banks In Alhambra and San Gabriel, met his death by a blow on the head and strangulation due to choking and his body was found near the cabin of a young woman who for seven years had formed a triangle in his married life, it was Tleveloped In testimony at the inquest here. Mrs. Win, R. Fee, the widow, fainted at the hearing when she left the witness stand and passed in frout of Miss Mary F. Watkins, who, she had testified, figured in "unpleasantness' in the Fee family for the past seven years. DEATHS AND FPEHAIS | OEATH OF MRS, WOOD. the nursing school of the Welsh hospital, now uerged Into the Grace hospital training school. Isaiah Peaver. Newton, No . 26.—lsaluh Peaver, 74, one ot tho pioneers of Harvey county. Is dead nt his homo here, following » two weeks' Illness with pneumonia. He located In Newton In 1S71. Lamolle Wllka. Dodge City, Kan., Nov. 36.—Miss Lamolle Wllks, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Job - IB. Wllks, la dead ot typhoid fever which she contracted while on a trip some time ago In southeast Colorado. She graduated in last year's class from the Dodge City high school. Mrs. Rosa Bookmsster. Mrs. Rosa Bookmaster aged 7H years died this morning at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Rosa Fenntngton, 208 Avenue C east, She Is survived by her daughter and s son In Oklahoma. PICKED UP AROUND TOWN THE FIRST SNOWFLAKES OF THE SEASON TODAY. The first snow flurry of the season fell In Hutchinson this afternoon. The flakes melted as they fell. . Press reports from over the statt Indicated the snow flurries were general throughout the state today. Sues Senator OPERATE EXTRA CARS THANKSGIVING DAY. The Hutchinson-Wlcbltii Intei^ urban Railway Co. will run extra cars Thanksgiving day to take care of the Newton and Wichita people and others along the line who attend the Kathleen Kerstlng concert here nt the convention hall tomorrow night. HI-Y CLUB HAD ' CHARGE OF ASSEMBLY If this Signature ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS COMMITTEE ORGANIZES <3.3frk \ Miss Ruth Richards was elected : secretary of tho Reno county ex- j ecutive committee of the Tubercu- ; losis Association, last iveulng at ' a meeting of the association Iu the Y. M. C. A. A. A. Remington has been acting secretary since Miss Ellzubeth Condell, former school unrso resigned. FARMER FELL FROM A LOAD OF STRAW. is NOT on the Box, it is NOT BROMQ. QUININE '^There is no other BR0M0 QUININE" Prove'n Safe for more than a Quarter of a Century UH an effective reniody for COLDS, CJH1P and FNFLUENZA, and as a Preventive. Price 30 Cents. Peter ticheirliug, a farmer living near Biihler was injured yeslerdny ! afternoon when bo fell off of a ] load of straw and broke his left J leg below the knee. He was brought i to tho Grace hospital. The HI-Y club had charge of the assembly this morning "at the senior high school. Don Wooddell led the devotionals, Hob Fernle played several violin numbers accompanied on the piano by Miss Marguerite Crlpe. Vocal solos were sung by Clifford Black and the high school orchestra played for the school songs and hymns.-Vane Meador, president of the club gave a 15-ruluute talk ou the purpose of Thanksgiving and how it should be observed. Take In New Members Four candidates were voted on last evening at th» meeting of the Royal Neighbors In the Woodman ball. These candidates will be Initiated at the meeting next week at which time the annual election ot officers will be held. To Attend Conference. Floyd Hawkins, district'Y, M. C. A. secretary A. A. Remington Y. M. C. A. secretary, Robert Puckett anil Matthew Plougho will inotpr to Manhattan Friday morning to attend the older boys' conference. The first and Original Cold and Grip Tablet VERY LITTLE DEMAND FOR HELP FROM POOR PEOPLE. The moderate weather which has prevailed so far this winter, has 1 saved the county monoy in taking care of the poor, according to X. ti. McCammon, county poor commissioner, lie siiys that usually during November lite tuuuly Is forced to furnish fuel and food to quite a number of peopb- who are unable to care for themselves. Headquarters at The "V." Tag Manhattan football sauad Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION Ptaeefully She Passed Away With Her Children by Her Side. Mrs. John W. Wood went to the final reBt. last evening at 8:2u o 'clock, for several months, since an accident which resulted In a broken hip last summer, Mrs. Wood has been quietly and bravely facing the doparture which was not far distant. But death came peacefully and quietly, without pain or suffering, so that with her children about her and love and affection her portion to the last, she wont to the land beyond the grave to meet the loved ones who had preceded her. Mrs. Wood was In her 84th year, having been born In Bakerstleld, Vermont, June 11, 1841. Her name was Ellen Fay Brigham, and the family one of those which came first to this country, in the old Puritan days. Her Ufa was long and filled with accomplishment nnd with richness. In 1S63 she was married to Mr. John W. Wood and for two years they lived In Canada, going from there to Ifalrbault, Minnesota In 1S65. They lived at Fair, bnult and at Talpl until 1887 when they came to Kansas, located In Hutchinson, and this city has been her home slnnce that time. Mr. Wood was one of our best business men during the years of his active life. When he was takeu away the mother still had her family of boys and girls to watch over and love and by them to be cared for with a tenderness and affection which were a distinguishing part oftbetr family life. Although the children went to homes of their own and grandchildren came to be added to the number of the family, the residence of the mother was always the i center of their world, the place to which all came and which was the home for all. Three children preceded tho mother acrosn the portal of death. They were Jenny, who died when a little girl, John T., the eldest son, and Grace, who passed away last summer. Remaining are five daugh-1 ters and two sons, Mrs. Ed. S. Moore, Mrs. E. E. Glasecock, Mrs. A. W. Eagan, and Mrs. W. F. Jones of Hutchinson, and Mrs. 11. K. Price of Minneapolis; and Frank, whose home la in Kansas City, end Fred, whose home has been kept with his mother. The sorrowing family which thus loses the presence of the mother had been so much lo them, have the sympathy ot th emany friends all this time. But they have 1 the memory of her long and sue- i cessful life, the thought of her strength and beautilul character, and the recollection of the greatest ot all treasures, the affection oi tho family group which centered about her. i The funeral will be held Friday I afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the j home, 501 First Ave., east. C. T. McHugh, Rock Island train master from Pratt, was here today on business. Lloyd Holaday and his orchostra furnished mustc for a dance at Lyons last right, given by the Business and Professional Women's club of that place. Mrs. Clara Schllckau and her daughter, Miss Helen ScBltckau and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Benjamin will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schllckau of Haven for Thanksgiving dinner. The annual community Thanksgiving dinner at Llndsborg will be attended by a group of Hutchinson people. Among those who will attend are R. W. McCall, Miss Edith Holmberg, Miss Esther Christensen, and Miss Nell Rayl. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. HIIlls and Roy McMullen ot Rockwell, Iowa, and J. B. McMullen ot Rockford, Iowa and H. O. Hasten of Cheyenne, Wyo., have returned to tholr homes after attending the funeral of Mrs. Roy Turnbtill. DR. McGILL ADDRESSED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Dr. Hugh McGill, of Chicago, general secretary of International bible. Bchool work addressed the student body of the Senior high school this morning. He was Introduced by- Rev. F. F. Walters, pastor of thf First Christian church. Prayer an .l scripture w^re rend by Rev. Walters. COLORED HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HAVE A CLUB Prof. 3. A. Johnson, of the senior high school faculty addressed the momhors of the Colored HI-Y club last evening at the Y, M. C. A. Only senior high school members vern present as the Sherman boys were attending a Thanksgiving program given In the Sherman high school auditorium last evening. Mr. Johnson reports a very good meeting. A discussion of his talk to the boys concluded the meeting. SNYDER ON PROGRAM FOR STATE MEETING Bert Snyder, who Is president of the Kansas Apparel Club, an organization of traveling selosmen handling clothing and apparel tines, fs on the program for the state convention of the Kansas Retnll Clothiers nnd the Kansas Apparel club to be held at Topeka, Jan. Si' to 28. GOT PROBATE JUDGE OUT OF BED TO MARRY THEM Probate Judge Seward Baker n-ns disturbed from his slumbers about 11 o'clock last night by a young couple who desired to secure a license nnd have the nuptial ceremonies performed. Ho assented to their wishes nnd came down to the office, where they were married. The young folks were Lloyd Dennis Long of Pawnee, Okla. and Miss Verna Mabel Pettlt of Great Bend. ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF WIFE DESERTION. Karl Zachery, an employo of tho Hutchinson Motor Co., was arrested this afternoon on a cliarge of wife desertion. Sedgwick county officials phoned In orders for his ar. rest. He will be taken to Wichita to stand trial. NAZARENE YOUNG PEOPLE TO HOLD CONVENTION. Rev. J. A. Krlng evangelist at tho Nazarene church preached on "Sin" last evening at the revival services. TJho meeting will continue all this week. • A young people's con vontlon will be hold In conjunction with the revival from Friday ovi Sunday. STUDENTS PRESENTED PLAY AT ASSEMBLY A one-act playlet, "A Party ot the Months," was presented this morning In general assembly at Sherman high. Following the play J. W. Cowans, superintendent ot city schools gave a short talk " tbo spirit of Thanksgiving. Store Closed Thanksgiving Day 5»§ (fJpTIS $7VPE (&* MUTCHIN50N. KANSAS. Good Suits And Overcoats Boys Will be Proud to Wear,cause they are in styles he likes best materials he preferes most. Senator Goelet of Rhode Island, has filed suit for divorce In Paris. She is known Internationally as a beauty. A Three-Cornered Agreement Washington, Nov. 26—Secretary Hughes concluded today a tri-par- tlte agreement with the Austrian and Hungarian governments under which war claims arising since July 31, inn, will be adjusted. Mrs. Marie Relswlg .Mrs. Marie C. Relswlg, a well known registered nurse, formerly of Hutchinson, died yesterday at a hospital at Sulina on her 31th birthday. She bud been supervisor ot nurses there for some time. Word was received here of ber death by ber niece, Mrs. Earl C. Wampler of 905 Ave. A. east. Mrs. Heiswlg was ? resident of Hlllsboro and her body will be taken there tor burial. She Is survived by her son, Clarence, her mother, Mrs. Peter Relswlg, three sisters, Mrs. Leah Wldderstein and LMrs. George Olenburger of Hills- p boro and Mrs. William Snledor of Texas and three brothers, Philip Relswlg and Philip Relswlg ot Hutchinson and John Relswlg of Oklahoma. Mrs. Relswlg was a graduate of ana Boys' Suits With two pair ot lined pants. 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