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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 2

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PAGV, TWO. Get Ready for Winter! Uny yi'itr stoves now ami have tlicni ready when winter comes. vSce our new mul seeoncllinlid heaters and cook stoves. Furniture for the home, both new and secondhand. We can supply yout needs for Fair Week. Snyder Furniture Co. 13 and 107 South Main A, ,:, .;. .s. .:. <s. 4- $ 4> *> <?> HOUSEHOLD HINTS. <» «• * .{> A, i .i j- f, ,\. A, A. 'j <{. sf> Fish Is bell IT when tried In oil. i:xr"lli-nt liri-iilifiisl. piitnti);>•:; can he nuiilf cif riro flour. It i.- a ^uuil idt'H to IUM-|> dry groceries in open jurs. New pnt:ifo<-.-i should not bo given 10 Invalids nr cliililrvM Open lireplai-es are a wasteful way at li*'.nfnp a hfi'ist.'. I'R" a dry inup on a hardwood floor hrfori' rwi -eping It An impossibility Is a very clear anil very nuiriiious soup. Th-- kitr !irp s -ale is more iniportaiH now than i".'* r before. Fotaioes rank next lo tin.' corrals :tp a soiirre or carbohydrate. Moonshine will have as bad an el- rert on Tlsli as lint shine. l.HlTe fruit.- r-houiu. be served rolil. lmt rhillir^ renders small fmils tr.oro acid. Salt should not bo added to soup until It Is dono, becouse it hardens the watt!!*. Men's trousers can easily bo cut down for boys' knickerbockers. (Irowing children should have a great deal of milk In their diet. HreadcruuVbs are bolter than cracker cruni'bs for frying oysters. Two-thirds quinces to one-llilrd cranberries makes a delicious jelly. l'iokled oysters are a pleasant chuitKo from tried or stewed oysters. When Lhe quince jelly does not Jell, cook the syrup with a alien of lemon. Apples are. delicious baked lu a casserole with maple, sugar and water. Snap fasteners should always bo snapped together on a piece of thin enrd board. If the flour Is warmed before sponging bread, the process will be much quicker. Nasturtiums or a small piece of horse radish In each Jar of pickles prevents mould. Republic Tnicks the most popular in America. RenoUuick Co. 166t. BOCHES ARE DESPONDENT Want The War lo End, No Matter How, is the Feeling. MORALE IS DECIDEDLY LOW One Soldier Writes That He Is Treated Worse Than a German Dachshund. (ttv The Associated Press.) With the American army on the Lorraine front, Wednesday, Sept. 18. —Fear lest the Americans would advance and Overwhelm them, bitter complaint about the food and general despondency at the prospects of the war are the keynotes of letters written home by German soldiers and found on their persons when they were captured. A certain American division which took more I ban its quota of prisoners, litis made an exhaustive examination ave in Your Home a KITCHEN CABINET The same as being used by the Kansas State Food Demonstrators in the Agricultural Building at the State Fair. The McDougall Cabinet being used in this demonstration will be sold to the highest bidder. Get your | bid in at our booth in the Liberal Arts building or at our store. This is tlie special extra large model McDougall for use in farm homes Buy Your McDougall Now! .00 DOWN And $1.00 per week No more liberal terms were ever offered. No home should be without its McDougall. All models in stock. THE HGMfr OIF HONEST VALUES „ 408-410 North Main El—« Phpne 859 of those letters •Htm found that the morale, even of the men In the Tenth Qexmftn regiment—conceded lo bo the best opposng the Americans—la decidedly low, if It nan bo judged from private letters never Intended for American consumption. Looks Bad for Germany. "It looks very had for dear Ocr many," writes one soldier to his wife. "Who knows whether the Americans will break through? This morning: we again were oh Hie alHH Mil thoujtlit ihe./jncrlvuna were Koine lo. attack nut nothing has happened as yet.""' •.•„,''•-"•• "Wo fey teUpw's cannot hold tip tills BtipeW0r,.'aJlght and must all BO helplessly * l flftto erfptivrty,'' says another, "and of course most of the prisoners are murdered, but then \vo hare to be. satisfied with our fate whatever -hnilpetts." Another Gcrniah, however, evidently did not rear tuurder, which obviously had "been proclaimed as the bit.of Qertmih'soldiers falling into American hands, for ho had written: -'.Fearful of .Results "According to all appearances tve are approaching turbulent days. We constantly are on the alert and are afraid the Americans are going to nt- tnck. They are said to have assembled an enormous number ot tanks aid iroops, In thai case we or» lost, for everything in our front lino is mixed up. 1 am firmly convinced that 1 could not bo Worse oft over there." Another soldier wrote that he felt worse than a dog. He declares that even dogs have kennels to sleep in while he must-He in the open air in the rain and mud. "What" he.a*ks, "have we done that the wholo world has designs on our lives? ir 'the'Americans attack we will be In Metr. (by retreating) In two days. "The men are so embittered that they .have no interest In anything and they only want the war to end, no matter how. We are only slaves or the government." WAR DIET IN fiEHMM HAS AIDED IN THE HEALTH Even More Than Marienbad Cure, Russian Baths or Courses of Exercises Could. Amsterdam.— (Correspondence of I Tin; Associated Press)—War diet in 1 Germany has accomplished a greater reduction of the corpulency of the [ average German than all the Marien­ bad cures, Russian baths and- drastic courses ot exercise. Obseity, writes Professor Albu, In | the Berlin ..Lokalauzeiger, has disap peared to an amiu ng degree, especially in the urban centers. The disappearance of excessive flesh has been more thorough than any medical treatment could have effected, say the professor. • The war diet, he asserts, has been an. education and a cure for many who had given up all hope. It has.up­ set medical prognostications that were once regarded as incontrovertl Me. • ,..... ., "I have, Urfpwn people," says 'Pro feesor Albu, "whd In tvo years time dropped 90 and 100 pounds so that l heir friends scarcely knew them They could almost cut up an old suit and make two new orles out of the material, without having to bother about a clothes card." The writer then repeats the now., trite remark that "we a|l eat too much," and ho adds that most corpulent persons involuntarily reduced their girth without ajiy injury to their health whatever. He emphasizes the fact that this attenuation Is not due to undernourishment alone. A very great deal is due, he says, to unaccustomed bodily exertion and severe mental strain. Sorrow and vexation, the thousand-and-one domestic worries and troubles caused by the war tend to prevent the formation of flesh. People at home are generally more prone to giving away to mental worry than the men in the trenches. Hereditary obesity, he adds, has in no way been cured by the reduced war diet. A Distinct Improvement. Professor Albu says he has found a | distinct improvement in. the state of health of diabetics, who can now eat with impunity bread, potatoes and I other foodstuffs that were formerly taboo to them, Sufferers from gout have also bon| erltted by the reduction in the meat diet and by the enforced abstinence I from alcoholic liquors, niieumatisra, especially of the muscles, has also be- I come rarer. Indigestion has, In Professor Albu's opinion, certainly improved On the smaller bill of fare, which has had a beneficial effect on the activities ot the digestive tract. All sorLs of slight nervouB aliments, | especially among women, havo disappeared because less ateution Is being paid lo them in these strenuous limes. Of great scientific and practical value Js the discovery .ft&f, among the soldiers at tho front sundry nervous affections of the heart, stomach and Intestines have often completely vanished. The professor ascribes this | tto a strictly regular life In tho open ajr. In the field as well as at home, espnolglly among women, flagging nerves hare received a marvelous brace-up. RESENTED ROUGH STUFF. I Bad Enough to Lose Money Gambling But Knife Play Too Much. When Rpbcrt Patrick of 411 Ninth west didn't lost blshionoy fast enough in a gambling game at 103 F west last night, two of the men in the gapto tried to take his money, about *3Q from htm at the point of a knife. "Patrick reBented the treatment accorded him and complained to the pgUcc who arrojUed AJ Fields of Wlch- ita and jTuhn narks of Sedalitj, Mo., on a highway robbery charge. The two men- were, turned ovor to tho county, Patrick will (ace a gambling charge at tho police court this after| noon. MONUMENT Old Soldiers' Statue Was Com* pMcd /Today; FIRST TO PRESENT HEROES Was Erected by Reno County -. Under Direction £ot the 0. A..R. ; The monument erected at the corner of First Avenue and Walnut streets was completed todny and Is the first monument known In the United States which has mention of the heroes of tho present war, and among the very first in the state lo be erected under tho state law regarding monuments in honor to soldiers of the war of tho rebellion. The monument is of white granite from the Victoria While Uranite Co. In New Hampshire, and Is the very best granite which can be obtained* for tills purpose. The flushed monument Is forty feet high, al the top of which is a nine foot figure ot Abraham Lincoln. It faces the west, and on the southwest corner a figure of an infantry man commemorated Hint branch of the service, on the northwest, a figure represents the artillery, on the snuthcoft one represents cavalrymen, and on the northeast the sailors. On the base of the 'monument are placed the words of Lincoln, "Lost wo forget—in memory of the soldiers and sailors loyal to our flag." This commemoration is erected by Reno County, under the direction ot a committee of seventeen members of the G. A. It. and Women's Relief Corps of the county—ten from Hutchinson, four from Nickcrson, and three from Haven. The sculptor and designer for the monument was Hugh A. Price of Chl'| cago. Griincs and Jones luid the eon- tract, and the cost was $20,000. '1 MARE * Specialty of Alterations. Our prices are right. Work guaranteed satisfactory. Our cleaning and pressing is the best. Gall 1783. National Dry Cleaners JJ North Main Local Dealers for Ed V. Price Tailored Suits ISRAEL PUTNAM'S "ACE DESCMNT IS KILLED Massachusetts Man Lost His Life, Being Shot Down by the 'Germans. (B» Tht AsBocIntvd Pr «B ) With the American army on the 1 orralne front. Sept. Hi.—Klrst Lieutenant Divld E Putman, of Newton, Muss., American uce of n.'cs, was killed iat/j Wednesday afternoon wh'ie on patrol'along lie American llnoj. Lieutenant Putman was flying with Lieutenant Wendella Robertson, of Port Fn.lth, Ark., when I hey were attacked by seven German machines. Four of these made for Putman's airplane ltd three attacked Robertson's. The attack was sudden and unexpected and the enemy was able to fire from r.Vove. Lieutenant rutjuan was shot twlcu through the heart. His machine gilded to the tarth at Limey within the American )inf-s where he. was round by his comrutes. Liuurenant llo- bertson returned safely. •Lieutenant David =B. Putman, a dfiR , ecudaqt of- General Isreal .Putman was credited with twelve aerial victories. He enlisted as an .aviator with the Lafayette flyinfe squadron arid brought down his first enemy machine January 111, 191. He was awarded the French War Cross March 23, after having wpitr five victories In the air. Ho was -later decorated With- lhe Military 'Medal by' the French, government. jrA . Lieutenant Putman was • transferred to the American aerial cbrp^as.First Lieutenant early; In ^June. His achievement ' Juno" 10 ' of bringing down five German' airplanes In one day has hjeen j eclipsed only once- during tho weir,, Aviator .Rend Foncjt,- of the French army Baying destroyed six machines in one \day. Lieutenant Pulm 'an 's last aerial victory was re­ ported'Sept. 2. '••' SENIORS WILL HOLD THEIR ANNUAL ELECTION MONDAY There is Some Little Speculation Concerning the New Officers for the Yeur. So many taffeta hats are trimmed wltb a huge bow of tatfeta. Felt and taKeta are cabined In some ot tb.e DretUssi'to ^^iViU Next Monday promises to bo a big day in the annuls of the Senior Class of the High School for this year. It is then tliat the officers, (or the coming year are to bo^elected. - Considerable] speculation-has been going oh as to the successful candidates and so far there seems to bo a little extra enthusiasm. - \ •Humor has it that Dan Phillips is the leading candidate of the People's- party,'(all others have merged until the war Is over). Ho is expected by all of the livo mombera of tho class to be the best president that any of the presidents the 1910 class can boast of. . Miss Winifred (Tedy) Crouch Is ^he PWty's chosen Vice president, and will no doubt, it elected, be a very able assistant to Mr. Phillips, She is perfectly' capable, it ,Js, tnqijgfct,'"-^' holding down this position, because of her organizing abilities. ' - Klbprt Altenread is the man who mokes Pan Philllpi his, pardner, whon It comes ),p chasing the pigskin and in order n.aj to be outdone fco is out for the socre. lury and treasurer-ship of the class, lie also hag a firm lacking of a large percent ot the cl#ss members. pretty new foil hrti are wads of georgette ^ismii* Pipeline Capacity Taxed 3% of Time Weather Report Kanta»—Fair and cooler tonight with probably frost; Friday, fair with rlilng temperatures. In ordinary years tho capacity of Rafl pipeline In u«i'd only 8 per cent of the tlmo This means tlitit for only ten rtays each ywir tho pipeline capneity la tnsM to its utmost bocaucc ot the demand for RM, according to IX O. Holbrnok. Nlnety-sov^n per crnt of tlio tine tho consumer can obtain flJI ho niHMla in tho average communities -syrvi'u, by a simple turn of tho clock. This high standard of nervlfa hns load many upors of riaturoj throughout the counlry to «'?t[»oct tho Impossible on tho part of the K*IS companies and has In somn instances brought about unjustifiably rieriiawl* upon tho supply companies. >VIC1IITA NATURAL. UAS COMPANY. INSISTING ON PEACE President of German Reichstag Say Huns Plan to Get It. A*»PKACE BY UNDERSTANDING" tie Says It Will be Necessary to Take Stand Against the Pan-Germans. Amsterdam, Wednesday, Sept. 18.— Konstantin Fehrenback, -president of] the German reiehBtag, sees no reason; to expect a ministerial crisis In Ger- mnny, according to an Intervief with him printed in tho Lokal Anzeiser of Berlin. Differences of opinion regarding: peace almB no longer exist between authoritative political and military circles, he 1 B quoted as Baying and hence there is no ground for objec-j tion to Von Hertling retaining the chancellorship. "No one nood doubt that tho chancellor Is determined to bring about a peace by understanding," he says, "it will however be necessary for the government lo make a determined stand against tho Pan-Germans." <;> ® <s> <$• <i> * 4- •<$> * i- <?• <«» * ' • * * POLICE COURTS. <>> •v <!• <£. 4, <?, <J> <$<> 4> ^ sS> Hobert I'atriek, arrested oD^gambl- Ing charge, gavi? bond o! ?1".,3 trial this nrternoon at •! o'clock. Emerson Carey, arrested for speeding this morning, trial this lifter noon at -i o'clock. II. P. Long, arrested on investigation charge, gave bond for appearance, trial this afternoon. Kord car stolen from Second west later reported found. H. L. Gant, of Wichita, auto supply man caught speeding, trial this afternoon. Gracie LouK drunk to nppenr before the judge this afternoon. 13. Eisminger, Jay driving, gave bond tor appearance this afternoon. Charles Huffman, Nickcrson, speeding charge, trial this afternoon. Fashions come and'go, but the rose remains the fashionable touch of color for the girdle of evening gowns. Tlablcs' caps, lepgins and sweaters should match when possible. New Tarn o'Shanters have fringe Instead of ballB on lop. The threo-piee? fur sot, hat, itnle and muff, is quite new. SPECIAL SAVINGS NOW BEING MADE BY THRIFTY PIANO BUYERS Out' slock is the greatest we ever had and we urge, you to buy NOW—to'. make the greatest saving. Save $50 to $5150 over pianos of comparative values elsewhere. Choose from 6TEINWAY1 Standard "of • the World, ' Famous WEBER, STECK, .V08IE, KURTZMANN, LUPWIG, " E8TEY, ..ji. We are also Factory Qlttrljbuif r ^.f°r the wonderful Duo ':- Art Plarjo, the ^«r\yIri'o #I*Pohj and the Aeolian Player Plane, f HONINGERi f RICH & ZEIDLER,' 8CHAEFFER, .HARWOOP, EUBURNi KLOMAN A NORD, And • arfjons ail these the world renowned P^IQKERING. CARI. F. UTTW Monger HyrCRINSOr^, KAS.

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