The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 18, 1918 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 18, 1918
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You ufe cordially invited to call nt fashion headquarters. Wo arc showing the most desired 9tyles in Ladies' Ready-to- Wenr Garments. The quality and price of these ate uusur- pasable. Your inspection will convince you of our statement, and calling: at our shop will be a substantial benefit to you. SUITS COATS DRESSES SKIRTS WAISTS SWEATERS KIMONOS MILLINERY PETTICOATS Experienced Salesladies , The New Store 112 N. Main Mrs. 10. 13. Craig entertained yesterday afternoon at h»r home on Pnrk street in honor of Mrs. W. D. Cook. The afternoon was spent quilting and later the hostess eorved a dainty lunch. The gucBts were Mm. W. D. Cook, Mrs. 1). J. Ivy, ot Pueblo, Colorado, Mrs. L). E. Williams, Mrs. Cora Minncr of Wilson, Minnesota, Mrs. L. McMullcn, Mrs. J. W. Craig, Mrs. J. Woodall, Mrs. A. L. Cook, Mlsa Zella Woodall and Miss Nell Williams. * <£• Mr. and MrB. Howard McVay and Mr. John Hose will leave Sunday for Lexington,.Kentucky, where they will visit friends and relatives. Thoy will .stop In Kansas City and at. Louis, und expect to he gone ahout a month. * -!> <8> Mr. N. 0. Carpenter of Portland, Ore., is here visiting his father Mr. Nelson Carpenter and other relatives for a few days. lie is on his way to Chicago to attend tho Bankers National convention. <i- <8> * Mr. and Mrs, Charles I'armley of 8th Avenue East announce the birth of a Utile son, born Sunday evening to whom they have given the name Charles Clifford. <t> <$•'& Mrs. VV. 13. Griffith returned to Her home in Gnlva this morning after visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. D. Wilson and Mr. Wilson for a couple of weeks, , <S> <v i Mrs. M, Nantz, Mrs. Bula Obee, Misa Anna Bird, Miss Flossie Nantz and . Mr. Ole' Vang have returned from a j motor trip to Camp Pun a ton. «> * <t> Mrs. L. T. Fowler and little son, Dennis of Wichita, are here today YIB- Iting with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Snyder and attending tho Fair. i Mrs. John Hayes left today for Kan- Jsas City and Ottawa, where she will t gone several weeks visiting' with fHonda and relatives.' *<?>«• Mr«s. A. P. Brlckell of Saffordvlllo Is here visiting hor niece, Mrs. C. U. Ladd and Mr. Ladd and attending the Kansas State Fair. *• • Mr. J. W. Malloy of McLouth will arrive today for 0 fuw weeks visit with his son, Mr. A. C. Malloy and Mrs. Mallory,' "•4> * «• Mrs C. II. Phillips of JJurrtoii is Diamonds We have a Dlapioud for you and would like very much, to have, you call and see It- ' Jt Is a Gem,'Bluo White ancl Per. feet and the price 1 B as low as possible for this high grade Diamond. Save a diamond. «Thp Hous$ of Qffvlw," THE ZINN JEWELRY * OPTICAL CO. Honry ?'nn ilsrm f|r«hfl«ltf „,».x.. Jl uuL l . J ixu.x 1 iLi ..m l .iuuLu. .n....^' here visiting her daughters, Mrs. Klsie McDonald and Miss Stella j'hillipa. * * <J> Mrs. Cora Mlnuer is here from Wilson, Minnesota visiting at the homo of her parents Mr. and -Mrs. 11. W. Halley. <!><!»<£ Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Nllce and family have returned from Colorado where they have beeu spending the summer. * * Mrs. H. P. Malone and daughter of Liberal ore here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Gannan for a few days. Mr. mid Mrs. J. H, Davis or Belleville are here the guests ot Mrs. M. U Bird and attending the fair « «• * Mrs. D. J. Ivy of Pueblo, Colo,, Is tho guest for a few weeks ot her mother Mrs. D. E. Williams. . <!> <!• •$> Mr. Uruce Davis leaves this evening for Salina, where he will atlend tho St. John's Military academy. * <?• • Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Baker of Ellsworth are hero visiting her mother, Mrs. J. F. Brubaker. * 0 * Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Smith of Karir sas City are visiting friends and at 1 tending-the Fair. Dancers. Class lessons In ballroom dances every Friday night, 7:30 to 9. Social dance from 9 to 12, Woodman Hall. Holaday's 3 piece orchestra. Private lessons by appointment. Phono 1455. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7, every Saturday afternoon will teach children's ballroom and fancy dances. Phono M55.' 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Notice to Dancers." Dancing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at Central Hall. Opening night Tuesday, Sept. 1". With Holaday's Orchestra. Admission, 75 cents, Atkinson and Atkinson. 12-5t ' CAR STOLEN AT FAIR. ' V ' — , Bailey and Son Had Company Car Taken While Attending State Fair J. N. Bailey and Son Loan Co., had a company Ford car stolen yesterday afternoon at tho Stato Fair grounds. Tho engine number Is 1491235, has now radlatpr cap, new-Jaded mohair top; non-skid blackstohe : tires on the rear. . A $50 reward Is offered by the Loan company a"hd a $250 reward by the county for tho arrest and conviction of the theft ot a car stolen lu Heno county. Of FIREWORKS Last Evening was Beautiful and Sort of Realistic Too. A TOWN WAS BOMBARDED But of Course the Americans Were Victorious—Other Good Stunts Also. If the guns ot the Yanks prove as effective 111 proportion as the bombardment of the Belgian town seemed laut evening, In tho War of Tho Nations, without a doubt tho American flag will be flying In Molz, tho capl- tol of German Lorraine before long. The roil and thunder ot guns supposedly In the distance gave a little uneasy feeling until the spectators were.reminded by tho hard seats that after all, It waB only a show. Yet the realization dawned on practically every one present that the big show across the pond was entirely too reaf und close to many of their own kin, perhaps In the truncheB last evening. The setting of the scene was a peaceful Belgian village with the peasants returning from church, when the town was suddenly filled with soldiers hastily gathered, to stop the onrushlng enemy. Bed Cross nurses, stretcher bearers, priests and Slstors of Mercy are all seen to bo hurrying to and Iro, answering tho cnll of the stricken people. The gnus seemed to be centering all their attention inoro and more on the town and the houses and churches wero leveled when tho .American army" which shouldn't' be Judged by'the remnent last evening, Ijilthough If tho remnant could..accomplish tho desired results, what could the real stuff do?) came triumphantly marching in with the American flag waving victoriously, followed by the armies of the British, French and Belgian countries. Beautiful Display. Tho fireworks display which followed the capture of the town wae a beautiful pyrotechnic display of shooting stars, whlrley-glgs and other imaginary wlilzzz-bangs. Niagara Falls was a wonderful Interpretation of a portion ot one of the seven wonders of the world and seemed almost real at times except for the lack of the roar of the water falling so many hundred feet below. The pictures of President Wilson, Clenerul Pershing, Uncle Sam and the Ariicrican flag brought cheers and more cheers from the crowded-grandstand and then Goodnight with a refrain of music by., the baud closed an evening of wonderful entertainment. The program began with a fine concert by the Great Lakes Naval Train. Ing Baud composed of selected numbers by the band and the several songs by E. W. Peterson, the vocalist of the band added to the features of the evening. Pror. .S. Z. Herb's official band rendered the music which gave the proper psychological effect throughout.the War of tuc-Mations. Good Stunts. The stunts between acts ~jvere unusually good this year, the tumblers showed that they were experts In their line. The dancing act which followed the tumblers, gave one the Impression tlint the Russian teachers were artists In producing gracefulness. But perhaps the best of all was the stunt put on by the trained elephants. "Aren't they just cute," more than one was heard to remark when they wero going through with their, performance but when the taps were blown und everything in the trenches seemed quiet, suddenly an attack began and of courso the Americans came out successful and drove the enemy oft- One was injured and the Red Cross nurse came forward and found up his wounds and administered first aid. Ho was then carried off of the grounds limping. It was Just fine, every bit. Largest truck factory In tho world. Why not best? Republic Trucks. Re- «6--uick Co. 16-6t. THE IRRIGATIONISTS. Perry auto locks prevent theft. Better see the Tire Hospital about one, WHERE A LOCK PAIP. Les Hedrlck Sure Strong for the Perry Auto Cock This Morning, This morning when Les Hedrlek of 420 Sherman street went \o his .bare to get out his trusty Ford ho found the door wide open. Some time during the night an auto thief had tried to get the Hedrlclf oar and hod broken the lock off the burn door but the car was safe this morning. Mr. Hedrlck had forestalled the theft by purchasing a Perry Auto lock and the ear Is still in its place. Eat Fruit. . .Plums,, pears, grapes, apples, cuutajqupes, oranges, Uauqnas, und lemons at J. SmUJVs grocery and. market. 1 Plwne 1500, 18-U The State Meeting Is to Be Held In Garden City In October. Garden City, Sept. IS.—At Garden City, October 1st and 2nd, will bo held ono of the most lmportunt meetings In state of Kansas, All who can possibly do so should be present. Irrigation in ^Kansas-..will bo the sole thQiua of this meeting. DetallB of each phase of Irrigation will be discussed an<J esporis will be present to answer questions. Each phase ot irrigation from windmills to central power pla;>ti) .will be discussed. Figures comparing irrigated with non-lrrigat. ed crops will also bo given. Among those on the program are, J, P. Nolan, general manager of the Sugar and Land company; J. C. Mohler, secretary of the Kansas State Begird of Agriculture; Governor Arthur Capper; }. W. Lough, state irrl- gatlon commissioner; and Professor U C, Conrad of the Kansas State Agricultural College. An Inspection trip will also be made to the local irrigation plants near Garden City, so that actual results from Irrigation may be seen. You and your neighbors should be present. You woudn't take twice what ypu give for a Lallcy Light and Power plant. Ask Tom Majors, Reno-Bulck Co. ' ie -6t, Dancers Notice. Two' big Fair week dances," Modern Woodmen hall, Sherman west, Wednesday and. Saturday nights, beginning 9 p. m. Four piece orcuostrft, Door right reserved. 17-JSt LjH-geirt. truek factory; J B the yorld. Why not best! Republic Trucks. Re- tnn-nuick. Co. j«ot 313131T13131JUIUI317D131301 LdCl£ L£l£l £Uai ^l£tfil £tElCt £i£iei £t £l JUIJl JUUIJIJUUIJIJIJUlJiJMui>n« Oernif Narth Mftlft tn* Meend ItMrt State Fair Specials at Sawyer's Women 's Fur Coats $98.00 . Full tenglh Fur Coats for women, worth today $125.00 each of natural Musk rut, Marmot, Natural Wild Cat and blended Muskrat, good stylos nnd silk lined throughout for $98.00. • Filet Lace Georgette Waists $19.75 These nrrlved this morning—the last word In style, best grade whlto deorgeltc trimmed with genuine filet lace, $19.75. Zephyr Slip-on Sweaters $9*95 Just In by express, smart slipover models, sleeved, In light and dark shades, regular $12.00 qualities marked special for Fair week at $9.95. Large Black Wolf Scarfs $16.95 I-arge full animal slylo scarfs of good quality black dyed Wolf, with head and tails, a bargain at $10.95. Red Fox Ball Muffs $9.95 These are worth $15 00 on today's market but we bought ihem last March and got a.bargain, $9.95. 3v Coats, Suits and Dresses $25.00 ifi Extra good values always at our store nt this price, n little better than usual this week because It Is Fair lime. Um Crepe Georgette Waists $4.98 | This morning we selected nbout 3 dozen charming Crepe Genre- Of ette Waists rrmn our regular $0.90 assortment and marked fJJ them down to $4.9S for this week specials. 31 Silk and Satin Waists $4.50 | Only about thirty In nil of these .splendid Taffeta Silk anil Satin UJ Duchesse Waists In opera shades, reduced from $5.98 to $i.5 | ). S« Crepe de Chine Waists $2.98 | About ton dozen of these hoautirul Crepe Do Chine Waists in Sft nil sizes from 3G to 44. Never before sold under $3.DS, offered UC special for this week at $2.98. if j O. F. Sawyer Dry Goods Company, Corner North Main and Second Street |jj F)E LUXK " THEATRE *4 TODAY AND TOMORROW Douglas Fairbanks, In Headin' South Doug" takes to greasers like a duck to water. ' See him in his latest picture! '•Pathe News" and Mutt and Jeff Comedy. Friday and Saturday Jack Pickford in "Milla Minute Kendall" PEARL Today—Tomorrow William S. Hart "The Patriot" A tense, riveting, sou/- searing story of parental love and hatred enacted on the Mexican Border, IN FIVE PARTS ALSO •A Two Reel ]>Ko "Fools and Fire" folt^ Pharmacy 126 N..MAW PHONE. 2.5?, A. D. S. PERIDIXO FACE CREAM Unrivalled soothing, antiseptic cream for care of sklng, whitening, purifying and •beautifying s a 11 o w, rough ~ or Impaired .complexions. Nourishes the skin by cleansing the pores. Soothes and heals chapped or rough hands or lips, sunburn or tan. Heing greaseless it can easily be removed by cold water. Non-injurious and fragrantly scented. l'rlce 35c and 50c per jar. ,t?5 N- MAIN • PHONE. f>04] Riverside Park TONIGHT Full Line of Hats and Caps Save Middle Man'i Profit by Buying From 4 South Alain " Phone 1011 Milton Schuster Mucical Comedy Company Mostly Girls Dancing at Park Pavillion Don't miss a visit to Riverside Park if you want real entertainment. IRIS «5c TODAY CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN "THE RINK" Copiody MIS8 BILLY RHODES IN "Her Spoony Affair" Comedy Iris Screen Telegram Showing Important evi;nt» In all parts of Hie world, Including wur news. TOMORROW MARY CHARLE&ON IN "Satan's Private Door" A 5 reel feature that all should see. It's the picture that we advortlaod (or last Thursday and then it dkln't come. We have positive asauruneo that we will luive U for topi arrow. Don't miss 1U THE WANT AD WAY ROYAL Today and Tomorrow A Thrlllling, Red Blooded Story That Has the Punch in Every Foot Clara Williams, in 'Carmen of the Klondyke' An epic of snow-bound Aluskn, the golden gold of llie fortune seeker— where men measure their brute strength and cunning for the possession of mother Earth's treasure— where raw-boned pioneers of civilization combat the elements and wrest from the snow-clad hills the pure gold that builds great cities far back of their ranks— where men are as yet untainted by hypocrisy— where they think with fists hard as steel, and love with the hearts of children! I Admission SfiSE^Sc Ivery Friday and Saturday for Fifteen Weeks Starting September 20th, at PEARL THEATRE

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