The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 18, 1918 · Page 9
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 18, 1918
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WEDNESDAY. ^MMBEtt fo, 1918, PAGE NINE W it l TA ° TR T flEG R E V I ll lard SERVI^STATION White In Hutchinson you had better have your battery tested by experts, Our service and advice is free. Any make of battery, Electric Battery & Repair Co. G. E. QILLMORE 108 Sherman East f Eighteenth Annual: State Fair! "Under Control Kansas State Board of Agriculture." COMPLETE PROGRAM Thursday, September 19th STATE DAY. * The forenoon will bo spent by the crowds seeing the fair. Martial Music. Judging in all departments will be concluded. 10:30 a. in.—Music by Great Bend Band. 12:00' m.—Activities will cease at sound of whistle for one minute Silent Prayer for success of our Cause and safe return of our Boys. 1:00 p. m.—Opening number* by Great Bend Band in Speakers' Tent. per." Followed by addresses by TIon7 William Kennedy and Col. Scott Smith. •-2:00 p. m— Concert in Grand Stand by the Great Bend and Herb's Band. 2:30 p. in.—2:20 Trotting, purse $000.00. Free-for-all Pacing, purse $500.00. 2:17 Pacing, purse $500.00. 3:30 p. m.—Exhibition of Saddle and road horses in front of Grand Stand. 4:00 p. m.—Exhibition of dratt horse llifcli. 7 : 30 p. m.—Concert in Grand Stand by Herb's Official Band and Great Bend Band. 8:30 p. m.—Russian Ballet Dancers, John Robinson's Trained Elephants and •Vaudeville Acts. 8:45 p. m.-~"The World at War" with special features depicting Army Night Signals and scenic effects of night- battles. Parker's Superior Shows! Every Day and Night! Friday, September 20th Liberty Day and Wichita Day. , 10:00 a. m.—Grand Parade of Prize Winning Live. Stock. This parade is one of the most interesting features of the State Fair. Grand Stand free. Music* by Herb's Official Band. 12:00 m.—Activities will cease- at sound of whistle for one minute Silent Prayer for success of our Cause and safe return of our Boys. i 1:00 p. m.—Opening number in Speakers Tent by Herb's Official Band. Address by Hon. Scott Ferris of Oklahoma, relative to Liberty Loan and-Patriotism; Followed by Four Minute Man. - 2:00 p. in.—Music at the Grand Stand by Herb's Official Band. Free-for-all Trotting, purse $500.00. Consolation purse for-non-winners, $400.00. At conclusion of horse races the great race between Glen Breed driving a Hudson Super-Six and .1. Alex Sloan, a professional driver will occur. See "Daily Program." John Robinson's Trained Elephants. The Helene Trio of Acrialists. The Military Knock-abouts. 3 Running Races, distance as per Daily Programs. Friday Evening. Friday Evening ,7:30 i). m— Coucertby Herb's Official Band. 8:30 p. m,—Last appearance of the Russian Ballet Dancers, Comedy and Vaudeville Acts, . , ' 8:45 p. in.—Last performance of. "The Worldat War"—special features. A, L Sponsler, Secretary, There is much to interest you in the bright new A utumn stocks—and values that will pay you well to investigate'—with a view tovfall buying. You are going to want new Fall clothes mighty soon—and now is tne time to begin gathering Fashion Information. Special Values and Special Showing for State Fair Visitors • HUTCHINSON. • KANSAS, taet-. Hs» HUTCHINSON. 1—K* • •.• • — :N E ,W: DRESSES For All Occassions of Wear Nu matter for what purpose you wish a dress, you will find ono to fit. your need In our present assortments. These assortments include styles for the swellest "dress up" affairs as well as for practical every day street wear—of every popular material, trimmed as simply or as elaborately as you could possibly desire. They nro sprinkled with sizes to fit and become women of all proportions—small, { medium and large, and marked nt prices which will not fall to make a strong appeal for prompt purchasing to the most frugal purse. Here are a few instances: Wool Panama and Silk <PQ QK Poplin Dresses -4JJ1UU Rich, lustrous ?1R fid Velvet Dresses at.... ,d,UU Elegant Taffeta Silk and Satin Dresses at. . ^ And a wonderful showing of Silk, Serge and Satin Dresses at $25,00 SILK WAISTS, Extra Special-Value at Funcy striped tub Silks, -white with pretty stripes of navy, green, rose, Copen and gray, BtrlcUy .tailored style with convertible CQllar'or a pretty nobby waist with big fancy collar made of white wash satin', seaius all double stitched. Sizes 36-40. Women will Admire These Stunning New Cloth and Plush Coats ' They were picked from the creations which are dwelling in high favor in the foremost centers of fashion at the present time. They are cut upon lines which are simple and straight, and are radiant with ,a "dressiness" which will surely win your admiration. They are beautiful all wool tPOR f|fj Vclou*.Coats at ^JiUU Hlch, silk Plush coals with VH'J KQ guaranteed linings at other high class fabrics CJ^O Kfl at $35.00 and ^ItiUU See them. Stylish, comfortable, durable and perfect fitting shoes for Women, Misses Children and Here's some women's shoes— contracted for long ago—so priced and haven't been marked up to the prevailing levels. Values that are extra good. Women's Dark Brown Genuine Kid Boots Clnth top lace, Ooodyear welt soles, lealher Louts heels, metal plate, Q*7 A K A A to D. V to U al V" Women's Dark Grey and Field Mouse Boots f'.lolh top, welt soles, leather VI C heels, metal plate, H to 8, AA to U ^ 1 ifU Women's Black Genuine Kid Lace Boots 10-inch top, lealher heels, welt (fC QJ£ soles, sizes ;i to 8, AA to 1), at ipOiUvl The Most Charming . HATS. Imaginable Wonderfully graceful with their symmetrical lines and effective trimmings. These Hats are reflections of the season's best styles, with many Utile refinements and Innovations that make them unusually attractive. You'll like to choose from this large assortment and you will also like our prices. For they give you splendid values. Our Hats at $5.95 $7.50^° $9,95 Can't Ho Matched. .The fine Pattern Hats at $15.00, $1800 AND $25.00 Are AVonderfully Utautiful. J TUINliS OF INTO IN THE AliHICULTUKAL HALL . —r~—~ Many Visitors Attending Demon* titration* Given ir^ the food Conservation Kitchen. Much iutereel'was showi^ yesterday at both demonstrations given in the Food Conservation kitchen yesterday.- Miss Ward gave a. demonstration on food Jordan invalid's tray, and also on food W children yesterday tuoru- Jug. The demoMtrattoni were well attended. the jftaje • fair*. #*M*Vt». and the h'J**ewives shqweiTiuuch interest in the work. In the afternoon Miss Fuubion gave a demonstration on wartime salads, ueing cottage cheese mostly. She showed the crowd of visitors how to conserve by using 1 the cheese. This morning Miss McLeod gavo a demonstration on .drying, and Miss Ward gave a demonstration on the canning of fruits and vegetables and moats, using the cold packed method of canning, Miss McLeod served cooked products, which had first been dried, end snowed the several advantages. . The canning demonstration by Miss Ward waj a great help to the visitors. Each day, if\ pewibie. ah example of what is being demonstrated that day, yiU be placed, in a ease (»' froJ >X of tbe,,Consoryat(on H.ltcheu. Tomorrow morning, Miss faubion will demonstrate on meat extenders, and la the afternoon, Miss MoLeod will give demonstrations on sugarless recipes and jelly making. "Another place of interest as well as beauty, in the Agricultural Mall, is the floral displuy. This is a perfect" paradise oC flowers and potted plants, and (s located almost in the ceuter of the large hall. There are ferne ,of all kinds, and palms, and other potted plants, besides the beautiful cut (lowers, including roses. FOR FlfTCHCR'S m T • CA9TQRIA carnations, Jillies, astors and many others. .Much interest is also being shown to the Boys' and Girls' clubs' department. Everyone la interested in these children's efforts,. and their splendid results. All of I heir work is flno, and is creating a great deaj of good comment. . Miss Milam of Manhattun Is overseeing the work of this department. , CARDINAL FARUSY OISS. Aged Prelate Has Been Seriously III for Several Weeks Mamaroneck, N. Y.*Sept. 18.—Cardinal John M. Farley, archbishop of New York, died at bis country home here last night. The aged prelate had fccen sinking rapidly sjneo he suffered a relapse last Saturday, following partial, recovery from an attack of pneumonia. Why work in the dark when there is 4 Lolley Light and Power plant to be bad? Ask Tom JJaJors. Reuo-Bulck r« int. DOWN 66 HUN PLANES. Monday Was a Record Day for British Flyers. I-andon, Sept. 18.— Sixty-six Oerman airplanes were accounted for by tho British along their Hues yesterday. Seven of the hostile machines were destroyed in one engagement by a British squadron. Describing the operations in the battle zone, uu official statement last night says: "There was great aerial activity all along-the British front on September lti and our machines were busily engaged in every department of their work. Pliotographlo recon­ naissances, both of forward and distant areas were carried out with great completeness in spite of strong opposition and the number of aerial photography taken exceeds any recorded total for one day. "Observation of our artillery fire was successfully performed both i/y airplanes and balloons. Much damage was reported in hostile battery positions and many tires and explosions were caused, • "Nearly twenty-four tons of bombs were dropped by day and fifteen tons on tho following night, on airdromes, rail heads and dumps. "The fighting was Intense all along the front throughout the day, combats taking place a considerable distance east of the lines. Forty-live hostile machines were brought down by our airmen. Of these, seven wire brought down In one flfht by one of our squadrous. Twenty oilier Or- umn machines were driven down out of 'control. In addition, one hoxtile airplane was shot down by uur antiaircraft guns. One hostile balloon wus destroyed. "Sixteen of our machines are missing." Notice. I'linne 1!0:;0 night or day for Knight Tires and tire repairs during Fair week. Tire Hospital 9 Sherman en»i 1S-M-IC-17-1S Uiwer hauling cost by using a Ile- public Truck. Ite/io-llulck Co. 1G Ct. Safe VUUC ^x BHFANTS a»d INVALIDS ASK FOR The Original ISovvUhlnel NoCooWos! . .™ - - — . Foj Ir&m*,Inv*ltt»udQrowlng Children. I Rich Milk, MaltsdOxtin Extract topaenlef The OrteWM ?wl-Prtak fvs All Agw -l "OTHKR3 are IMITATIONS

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