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September 20, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 2

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fME) S D T 6 HIN S 0 N NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SOJlfliA Forsythe— Says See Him For Vour Netu FaM Suit and Ouercoaf The Popular Price Store See Us Before You Buy. (The Kind You Will Buy Again.) DRUNKEN FAIR VISITORS INJURE MAN ON PIKE NEED OF MAN-POWER. " o. ,f> ^ ,.; .;. : .i, ^wi-. ^. .4, <?. Washington, Sept. 20.—Apparently In desperate need or man power as a result of (lie mllllary events on tlin vivtrrn livml, Germany Is cutting down the garrisons maintained heretofore ih Poland and sending iho troops to the front. A dispatch from Cracow. ?ont through a neutral country mid received here today, said the reduction in the forces of occupation ot Poland affects even the smallest Killrisons. In some places the ordinary detachments of twefey men have been reduced lo two or three. Mrs. W. M. Leibmnn Hurt When Struck by Car Drivcm by Lyons Man. Last evening aliout (i p. m. a car loail of drunken men proceeded to drive up the pike at the Fair (.'rounds aiul knorked down a woman by the name or Mrs. W. M. l-elbmiin or VtKt Sinlli uvcmir eawt. She was taken to the secretary's offk'e and i>r. Foltz «:is railed. II was thoni'hl necessary to remove Iter to the hospital where a more thorough examination could be im.ide. It was found that she was a«l- feritii; trom fright and a badly bruised shoulder. 'Hie men in the ear were U W. Walk' r. who was doinj- the driving, Hoy U'uJfuJ-d and C. A. Hill, or lllle, al] from Lyons. They were arrested Immediately and taken to the police station where they were fined for drunkenness and Tor reckless driving. The police turned them over lo the county officials who are holding iliem on a bono dry eh urge. Breaks Anktc Bone. Miss Muda Town ot MS Seventh avenue east fell and Injured her ankle last evening when coming out of the "Over the. Top" side show at the Fair grounds last evening. The toe of her shoe caught in some manner in a board and threw her wrenching hrr ankle. She attempted to walk but this was found impossible and was taken to a local hospital where j it was found that one of the small bones in her ankle was broken. She ' was able to he taken home later. Hits D OA ; Car Upsets. About midnight last ulglit a car driving at a medium rate of speed struck a dog at the corner ot Kiglith Have in Your Home al KITCHEN CABINET * The same as used by the Kansas State Food Demonstrators in the Agricultural Building at the State Fair. This is the special extra large model McBouuall for use in farm homes Buy Your McDougall Now! $1.00 DOWN H " And $1.00 per week No more liberal terms were ever offered. No home should be without its McDougall. All models in stock. THE HOME OF HONEST VALUES 408410 North Main Phone 259 and Mala streets turning the car com. pletely over. A woman , who gave her name as Mrs. Cox ot Wichita was the. only occupant of the. ear injured and alio waa removed to Iho hosptal where It was Jearned that she had received bntylj few bruises. The car was somewhate damaged and the (log no one ever saw what became of It. The car and Its occupants proceeded onward a few hours later. >v <$> <$• -§> •*> -£ *fo <§. 4. <?> <t. • **/ <S> POLICE COURT NEWS 4> <S> <i, 4> 4>.<$> <e> *, .$> <s. A <s. .r .y The case of ahnerson Carey for speeding was pub over until Monday. Sept. 18 at !) o'clock. 1). P. Long arrested for investijra lion, will appear before Judge Camphell MondAy afternoon jit 4 o'clock. llraco Ixuiis, arrested on a drunkenness charge, was fined ?i> and costs this morning. The charge of speeding was brought aasiust H. U Cany of Wichita was dismissed. , T. rV Kdwurds, arrested on an Investigation warrant, was turned over to the county on a plcji up order. K. 1 J . Weeks of Holly, Colo., gambling charge, was fined $2f> and costs this morning. 1.. H. Walker, C. A. Hill or lllle, and Hoy Wolford, arrested on drunkenness charges, were fined and turned over to the county officers on a bone dry charge. Thesu are the men who hit a woman with their automobile at Ih'e State Fair grounds. A bicycle was picked up back oi the News office at 1:110 last night and brought to the police station. A horse and wagon repotixl to havi been taken from the State Pair grounds yesterday afternoon was found at the corner of Fourth and Main streets this morning at 4 o'clock. ORDERS CAME FOR BIG LIST OF NAMES AT ONCE Local Board Had to Give S. 0. S. Call for Help in Getting List to Rohm. Every available stenographer was pressed into government service this moraine to fill a rush order on the local draft board. Adj. Gen. Itahii oi Topeka wired an order for the names and serial numbers of all of Hie registrants of Reno county on Sept. 12. This meant the v.-riting of 5H>0 numbers, names ai.d addresses a job too big Jar the small force allulid the local board. The lawyers especially wore good about turning over the young ladies from their offices and scores of typewriters were hear on the top floor of the court house this morning. In order tp hasten the work the usual list, of nanes of men to whom questionnaires are being sent out had lo be omitted from tonight's News. Lieutenant' Walter Drown, who is | located at Camp Upton ,• has been made a captain--- ' l''rank Schardlen, who is in the naval corps and stationed at Seattle, Wash., has returned to his station after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schardicu of Nickcrsou, and other relatives. .7ohn Kinkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. I J. M\ Kinkel of Topeka, but formerly I of Hutchinson, has followed in the footsteps of his brother, William, and | has enlisted In the engineers' corps at Lawrence lor army server-. .Mrs. J. M. Wood of * venue A east | has received a letter from her soil, Sergeant Willfcrd Wood of. the avi.* 1 atlon section, and who has beon stationed at Garden City, N. Y., for the past six months, that he had arrived [ safely overseas. He saiiert from an I eastern port the last of August. Word has been received from .foe •Huriou telling of his safe arrival over- I seas. He is acting as "lieutenant jpin- I nor mate a>>d Is operating with the United Stales Naval forces in Buro- pean waters. Lieut. 1?. C. Dennett, who was in Co. A, 140th Infantry In Prance, has relumed home, where he will he an instructor in some camp in the United Slates. 11a Is here visiting Mrs. H. Page. lie spoke at n club meeting yesterday at Kansas City, lie doesn't know us yet where he will be stationed. Father M, L. Kaln has a splendlB display 'of i'-rench souvenirs in the lawyer window. There are helmets, gas masks and many other things which ho got while he was in France, This window is creating a great deal of interest amopg the fair visitors particularly, and crowds of people are in front of it all the time looking at the souvenirs. COMMITTEE IN SESSION. (Seventh District Republicans Talked Over the Coming Campaign. Tlie Republican committeemen of ] lh« Seventh congressional district had a meeting here today at the Commercial club rooms. State Chairman II. H. Motter wus at the meeting. There was a large attendance ot the members of the congressional committee and plans were made for, the campaign. Reports show that there Is great confidence over the district in the election of J. N. Tineher, the Republican candidate for cougreas. HAD PTOMAINE POISONING, H, | Infant Child of Mr, and Mrs. P. Darrow Died Last Night. Maty Ellen, the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Uarrow.dlei) last Thursday night of ptomaine poisoning, The funeral will be bold tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock At the home 31S Bigger east. The burial will be to Fajxia.wn Burial Park, Republio Trucks the most popular "TELL ME HOW TO BE BE4UTIEUL Get Rid of Alt Pimples, Blackheads atld Skin Eruptions, purify the Blood With Stuart's Calcium Wafers TRIAL PACKAGE MAILED FREE. Stuart's Calcium Wafers Surely Do Give a Lovely Complexion. Tlie reason why Stuart's Calcium Wafers beautify the skin is their natural tendency to neck the surface. The wonderful calcium sulfide is one ot the natural constituents of the human body. You must hnve it to be healthy. It enriches the blood, invigorates skin henlth, dries up the pimples and boils, eczema and blotches, enables new skju of fine texture to form and become clear, pinkish, smooth as velvet and refined to the point or loveliness and beauty. This Is "how to be beautiful." Stop using creams, lotions, powders and bleaches which merely hide for 'the moment. "Get a 50-cent box of Stuart's Calcium Wafers at any drug store today. And if you wish to give Ihem a trial send the coupon below. FREE TRIAL COUPON I ! j F. A. Stuart Co., 636 Stuart | i Bldg., Marshall, Mich. Send mu j | at once, by return mail, a free | ; trial package of Stuart's Calcium | i Wafers. ) i I I Name I I City . rState AUTOMOBILE THIEVES GETTING RESULTS Mrs. B. R.Price atfid Gus Shrader '-' Lose Cars While Attending State Fair. Hutchinson sgejns to be a pretty good field for auto thieves according to'the cars being taien.' ,, Yesterday afternoon wjiiie attending theSta'te Fair the automobile of Airs. Hhys H. ffrice was,stolen from outside the Fait. grounds' where It was parked. 1 Mrs. GladysSteele, Mrs. Price's daughter, who was driving the car.'had,-locked the safety lock but evidently the tbeives were on to the combination. The car is a Hudson Super. Six : engine number 2,074,950. Mrs7 JMce offers a $50 reward. '•"• The Ford, touring car of Gus Shrader of Kingman was stolen'from the State Fair grounds sometisjie yesterday afternoon., it Is a 1917 model, ngine number Wednesday night the 191& Ford car of Iiert 8. Berry's was stolen from in front of the Convention hull. It was the second new Ford stolen from Mr. Berry in six months. The police rceived word of a Cadillac roadster stolen from In front of the Baltimore hotel last evening. The couhly commissioners have a standing reward of ?250 for the arrest and conviction of any automobile theft of any automobile in Iteuo county. • j,-- f TEMS OF INTEREST ^ «J0 REP CROSS WORKER^ Miss Klizabeth S-tallman will leave Sunday [lor Camp Jleadd, Md., where site will enter an army nursing school. The first bulletins presenting some of the activities of tlie Aroiricap Ked Cross have been received at the local chapter and are being sent out to the branches and auxiliaries. The first and second 'numbers .so far received tell of "The Caring for the Families of the American Sighting 'ileii," and "Red Cross Helped Save 'tWe Day in Italy." „,y .-. • ^ Q 4? $ ® 4*'^ 3* « ...... * «• PICKED UP 'ROUND TOWN. <v ^ <$< 4> ^ William Meuaer and Miller Lindsay of Anson are Fair visitors today. Mr. and lire. Claude, Jarrett ot NIC kerson are attending the Fair today. Mr. and Mrs. Ueuben Crick of Pratt were Stato Fair visitors berg yestor- day. ;.r Howard Reynolds of Los -^ugel^s, Calfornia, is here the ^uest of tyr. au,i Mrs. A. J. Peugh. Frank Kettluger went to EWPorlu loday to attend a meeting ot the hou'd oi trustees ot the College' pf Hmporia, of which b,o is a member, IV H. Zuercber wbo h^ped ou,t at the State Exchange Bank during the rush (or a few days received bis coll requesting htm to report (or duty in If Yon Want the Best CLEANING AND PRESSING Call 1783- We make a specialty of Alterations. Our tatters are the best. National Dry Cleaners 3 North Main Local Dealers for Ktl V. Price Tniloretl Suits Get Ready for Winter! •Buy-your stoves uow and have tlicni ready when winter comes. See our new and secondhand heaters and cook stoves. Furniture for/.tlic home, both new and secondhand. We can supply your needs for Fair Week. Snyder Furniture Co. 13 and 107 South Main Gas Demand Increases as Temperature Lowers Weather Report IKanta*—Fair tonight; somewhat warmer except In extreme southweit portion. Saturday fair and warmer. For every uVgrrt' tlip temn^rutim.. droits bHoiv tile' fre*?*!njj point the donmMU? ron.sumpllon of mtturti! KHH :».^ J> rulo In- i:r«.'ajw.s 3 per cent In order to miUntaln an t-vn Ifiiip.'ratun* la H nxmi. a««t*rts Mr. Ilolbrook. 'I'liis meuns Unit at aoru weulhi-r there Is pnu'llf.-Uly donliU' tlie dumt'stie omsumptlon demand tlmt theiv H In frfealnp woutlu-r. Thn sun nfinjjiaiiy by Increasinn" tht; .pifHSUn; In Its Ilnfl.1 pan take c,'a,ru of mu h it condition temiwjriirlly, hut when cold Wrtith- continue, HH li dit! ItLst wlnl'ii" tor tf'n wi'tks at ti slmtiih, Mxe* flvMs bpoomt* doplt-tpd and Uic preMsuin dropw lo a lntlnt •whero It \n liniHi ^slbU' to ronder n <'i-vle«°. I';illur# to Ue^ llvrr i-oal wlien oi-xlrr.-d ul such tinms do..y not incfi with MO irrmLt L 'omplaJnt, jtllhullKh coul \A U f'.icl that fan bi' locally Htorfit to j*roi'WI*f tor ixi:c*x d'Tnunriy. .N 'JI U JJNI I *,'ii.s rji.inot bo Hlored allhoilKh uiUlltlonnl wolls nrf h<-lil in rv«or\o In iho fields which con go tunu-d lulo 111., plp^ltn.'.s In OH 1» M ' lo ht :lp Kf*'p UO-' I'lvsuriv on lo Hit; foil safe working point. WICHITA NATI'ltAI, OAS COMPANY. so. Mr. Zuercher haa t;ono to his home in Claflln tor a low days before leaving for Chicago. Jlre. Brldgtt Blward is RUIBR Thomas Uallin and I>!ono Oailin for attachment for a note given to defendant by the idnlntlff.s and now pas* diie. Mr. and Mrs. N. i>. OHphant of Kinsley have returneuMo their home.! Mrs. Ollrhant lias been 111 at the Methodist hospital but is now able to return home. M». and Mrs. C. M. Fair or Aiden who have been visitins i>r. and Mrs. -A... H. UressTfr of Manhattan spent some time here attending the State Fair before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. laaac Vandivort of, Topeka were among the Topeltans wntf pa.\e visited friends here and attended,the Pair. They were the guests of ilr. tuid Mrs. K. S. McColm. ' Mnrriage licenses were issued to Charles O." Sewell, 50. and Anna I<. Logerman, 27, both of Wichita and to Edward It. D. Kessley, 30, and Mrs. Dessle May Nessley, ^4, both of U'lch' ita. Hunter Duvall who went to IJIW- renee a few days ago to register at K. U. returned last night and will remain here until the first of Oetober when his work at the university will begin. *A complaint was issued Thursday by the county attorney's office tin the instance of A, K. Ice, deputy pure food inspector, for William Parroclt, better known us Kelly, for. violating a pure Mlller 'a Antiseptic Oil Known aa Snake Oil Will Limber Vou Up—A New Creation, • Pain Killer and Antiseptic Combined. For lUu.uniatHm .neuralgia ,tun,.Ni8o, xUfr and swollen JoMiis. corna, bunlonR or whatever the pain may be ,lt hi sut.l to be without an e-ouul. For cutK. burr.*, brufKeo, soro tlu-nat and croup. It Itax been found moat i-rfecllvo v\cct'(it bo KUbatltule. Thin Kn-at oil In gotl-n red color only. There Is nothing: like It. IX- ery bollbi uuaraiuewl. HOo, fiOe, and $1 00 or money refuiwh,-d at The A. & A. Drug Co., Hutchlnsyu, Kans^. , food,law. Pnrrook.let his melons rest '6n the side walk when the law says, they .must bo 18 inches o.ff" the walk. j. TP. heynoltls of Pratt was* here yesterday in consultation with the W.'KTfulee and Company, architects concerning tlie new $1C0,Q00 high school which Is to be erected there this fall. Mr. Reynolds {» president of the board of education of Pratt's city schools, and while here attended the Kansas State fair. Potatoes served as adjuncts to meat and fish neutralize (he acids of the protein foods. IGhlldren Ury , FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA You Save Three Ways by purchasing a Piono or Pianola from us NOW. 1st—You save the difference between present prices and, future prices. 2d— At our store you save 950 to f 1 SO oyer Instruments of comparative value elsewhere. ,3d— And because you enjoy music in your home, you will save money, that you would otherwise thoughtlessly spend on outside" amusements that do not last, .. * Music at home is Patriotic Conservation, and helps keep yon fit. Call or write. • • . . ~ CARL F.' LITTLE •C QL Manager 6S $lT^0«im7te HUTCHINSON, KAS. We offer the lowest prices at ' which these pianos can be obtained auywliere.,. §TEINWAY, Standard of the World, Famotis W£«R, 8TECK, VP8E, ^ KURT2MANN, UURWIC, E8TEY, SHONINGER, STRICH & ZEIDUEB, SCHAEFFER, HARyVOOD, ELBURN, KLOWAN A NORD, . And among »ll theie th« world renewntd ^ CHICKERINQ. We ar* al^o factory pietrlbKtorl for (be wonderful pu« Art . PI SBO, the aenulnt Pijnsla vtf th« At9li»a PJayer Plaiw, *

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