The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 20, 1918 · Page 7
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September 20, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 7

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PAGE ttyt r Styles That Please Prices That Appeal Quality That Satisfies LADIES FASHION SHOP The New Store—112 NoKh Man.. ROYAL Today and Saturday LEWIS S. STONE and MARGUERITE CLAYTON In Earl Derr Biggers' Great Stage Success "Inside The Lines" Admission on "Inside The Lines" Adults 20c, Children 10c. PEARL TODAY AND SATURDAY A BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM WILLIAM DUNCON, IN "A FIGHT FOR MILLIONS" — 1st Episode— Charlie Chapman,tn "A Million Dollar Job" And a five part Triangle with DARRELL FOST "Her" American Husband" IRIS Always 8 5C TODAY Pearl White In "AT THE PISTOL'S POINT" 18th episode of "The House of Hate'' HAROLD LLOYD In "Sic 'Era, Towser" i Comedy. HEAR6T-PATHE NEWS * Showing official war pictures TOMORROW NealHart "ROPED and TIED" A thrilling Western dronu» "{Werto Sterling" IN "A CLEAN SWEEP" A laugh In uvery foot of this Me ooinody teuic 1K1S OP1SN8 AOA1N TOMORROW AT 18 A. &L Full Line of Hats and Caps Save Middle Man's Profit by Buying From 4 South Main Phpne 10U THEY MADE A BIG HIT "Allen Squad" Was Creeled by Storms of Applause When It Appeared. The fact that the American nation In the lneltlng pot ot all nations, 1B nowhere more In evidence than In the American army. Proof of this was shown when the "Allen Squad" appeared last evening at the State fair ground bringing their messages ot Ihelr war alms and what they hoped 1.0 accomplish when they are Kent on their mission. There are sixteen members of the "squad" till ot whom are foreign horn save one who Is an American horn citizen. The others are Americans purely by choice. The effect of the men appearing last night at llio grandstand Was very momentous duo to the fact that tliey were dressed In Iliolr soldier uniforms, representing so many nationalities, many ot whom are their enemies, A particular thrilling moment was when Sergt. C. J. Uloemltcr the only American born soldier In the squad stepped forward aud gave his brief message. The uauie effect was also true when Private Wolf, a German by birth, stepped torward and saluted Hie crowd. His story had a double message due to the fact that he has a father and two. brothers! fighting now In the German army. If they haven't been killed or taken prisoners. When he is sent across to Mo his part it will truly be blood fighting blood. In Interest of Liberty Loan. The squad is in charge of William A. Biby who briefly Introduced each man giving a short skotch ot his life and circumstances surrounding his native country. These men were selected us an experiment from the men at Camp Fuuston by the Four Minute Speakers ot the stale and were sent here hy the War Department in the interest of the Fourth Liberty LoanT Their appeal was df a vastly different nature than any others because it cume from the men themselves asking that the folks back home, in their adopted country, give them the financial backing that they might bring honor home with them when they return, i ! Touching Appeal. Unusual and touching WHO the appeal which came from the lips of a man born In Bulgaria and also Private Kzezmik of ]>o!and. wiio bitterly denounced the Hun and all his relation 1 * and expressed the hope that when the war was over his land would be pieced where It rightfully belonged. Mr. Biby or Topeku. Is the ifl'lcial spokesman for the squad and it is- through, his efforts largely that I ho I squad has been meeting with so much success. . Last evening Ihey were very enthitslastlcalJy n rcclved hy large crowds both at the,,Fair grounds and at the De Luxe <uul\ Royiil,', theater.'!. They were cheered and, cheered life Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASXO R I A De Luxe Today and Saturday , JACK PICKFORD Corner North M*l|t •ne~ «*een4 *trert The Kain Exhibit An exhibit In our windows that Is attracting a great deal of attention U the collection ot Herman and other war trophies collected by Rev. M. L. Kain of this city during bis Y. M. C. A. work bn the battle fields In France this year. Among them arc—A German Iron Cross of the first class, boche gas masks and bayonets, a boche helmet, field glass, bugle, hand grenade, canleon, ' carlrldgo bell, also French, English and American gas masks and bayonets, etc. You will find an examination of this exhibit Interesting and in- otructlvc. We feel under many obligations lo Father Kain for permitting us to display them where the public can ljavc the benefit of seeing litem. We know they appreciate the privilege. O. F. SAWYER & CO. Now Is Your Best Time to Buy Furs of All Kinds The Largest Stock of Them Here Mink Mole Beaver Lynx Fox Wolf Fitch Raccoon Marmot Skunk Seal Nutria Muffloon Ocelot Wild Cat Thibet Coney Goat Civet We saved at least from 10 to 25 per |v cent on our furs by buying them last jjj March and April. Many kinds are still 5j advancing. By buying your furs now S you get the benefit of this saving we jfj made and get a much better assortment ifi to select from than we will be able to g offer you later on/ The houses we buy tfi furs from have a reputation for re- S liability unsurpassed by any and gj equalled by few. We add our warrantee jfi to theirs, guaranteeing any furs we sell Sj to be exactly as represented. We are ^ sole agents for this city for Gordons, Jfi Marks, Narobia and Lazarus furs. * O. F. Sawyer Dry Goods Co. $ they mnrched out of the building. They are to leave tonight and will return to Camp Funston. Dr. Oscar Wolf of Topeka who-ls aclifig as publicity agent for the "Alien Squad" has gone to Wichita today to make arrangements for the men to appear there at the Wheat Show. Mrs. P. J, Lelmbach hits returned from spending the summer months In Now York City and In Virginia. Mid. Lelmbach joined her daughter Mrs. S. Field DuJIam In New York where Iney bade goodbye to Col. Dallam as ho wart leaving for overseas. From there I hey went to. Virginia spending considerable time. at. Hot Springs. They were the guests of .Miss Mary Johnstone, a noted literary woman whese summer home is located near Hot Springs. was the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. A. K, Asher last night. <*><?•<?' Mrs. A. E.- Harrison of Ilerlngton Is |hero visiting her cousin. Mrs. .1. K.. Foltz and Dr. Foltz and attending the State Fair. . * * Mr. and Mrs. Guy McPheeters of X)odge City have been the State Fair guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. ,1. Ollphant this week. <s> <!> Mrs. Clyde 13. Gay and daughter, Flo l.oulse, of Pratt, came today to visit Mrs. Gay's mother, .Mrs. Flora II. Croolts. <3> Mr. Fred Scraon, who Is attending the University o[ Kansas, has been pledged to lie Delta Tail Delta fraternity. <v * <8> Mrs. Chas. Kasselman of lire h--re visiting with Mr. B. W. Palmer for a few DANCING Yeoman Hall each Saturday evening. Holaday's music. Ray Bailey, Mgr. Dancers. Class lessons in ballroom dances every Friday night, 7:30 to 3. Social dnnre from 0 to Hi. Woodman Hall. Holaday's I! piece orchestra. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 11'iS. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. IN For heating stoves go to O'Don- Speed Speed Nothing but SPEED in this lighting fast thriller and laugh maker. What' ever you do, don't miss this! Special 2 Reel Comedy In Addition Mr. and Mrs. Prod' Cooler will leave tomorrow for-" Topeka. where Mis. Coutcr will spend several days vsitlng at the home ot her sister Mrs. F. C. Kaths and Mr. Kaths. '.Mr. Cooler will go on to Chicago where h will attend the annual meeting of the American Bankers' Association, which is to be heldthere noit week. Mr. Fred 'C. 1 Prt'iieN-Is another Hutchinson hanker' who will attend Ibis convention. He will'leave this evening.- * <!• <•• •Mr, mid Mrs. Frank Simmons, -Mr. and Airs. Charles Warnock and Mr. Clyde Warnock of ..Manchester. Oklahoma, who have been the guesis for the past few days or Mr. and Mrs. Homer Parks and oilier friends, and attending the Fair, returned to thei/ home yesterday. •S- 't> <i> : Mr. and Mrs. L. 14 Fontron and family left today for: Garden City, New York, when- .Mr. Fontron will take up lied Cross work. He will stop in St. Louis lo visit the Southwestern Hod Cro:'S Headquarters, <j> .;, • Mr. Harry Cochran and John Boone returned yesterduy morning from the Colorado School of Mines, and left last night for lAwrcnco where they will enter K. U, •'*> "4> •Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brown and llt'tlo daughter Marjorie are here, from McPherson unending the Fair and visiting at the home of Mr. aud Mrs, A. B. Agrelius. <v * <S> Dr. O. O. Wolf of Ottawa and Senator 11. W. Avery of Clay Centoj' were the dinner guests last evening of Mr. and 'Mrs. S. W. lllddel of Fourth avenue east. Dr. and Mrs. II. .1. Duval! returned last- night, from u thre weeks' visit lit Colorado, where they visited friends in Kates Park, Denver, and Lamar. «• 1: Mr, and Mrs. I F. Fontron relumed last night from Kansas City where they have been att'.'udlng the Farm Mortgage Banker's Convention this week. Dr. and Mrs. It. W. Robertson will leave Sunday for a two weeks' motor trip through Oklahoma. They will, visit relatives in Guthrie and Stroud.' •v •:• -v- Mrs. A. I. Goddnrd has come Iroiu Dodge City and expects to make hpr •home this winter with her sister. Mrs. 15, ,1, Ollphant and Mr. Ollphant. •i- Mr. aud Mrs. Lucy Rosier expect to leave Monday for a six weeks business and pleasure trip lo Now York and other eastern states. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Hunsley and two children are hero from Lamed for a few days visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mre. A. U. Agrelius. 'i, ~f Miss Haaolle Hitchcock has as her guest this week Wlllgrd Abernothy of the U. S. Navy who has been enjoying a several dayB furlough. <i> <$> <v Franklin Hettinger 1ft today for Ann Harbor, Michigan where ho will take up his second year's work at ....ichlgau university. «. <$><$, •Mr. and Mrs. ft. O. Broslus have as their guuBts, Mr. and Mrs, C. P. Smith, Miss Carrio Broslus, and Mr. Otto OrlHotU of Wichita. • * * <i> Mrs. Amandtis Smith of Kansas City, who Is on her way lo Colorado, Mr. and Ellinwco;! i and Mrs. days. Florence Chester of Chicago for a few days as the gucfit George Hippie and Mr. Hip- Mrs, is here of Mrs pie. • <*• 4= Mrs. K, P. Maglll and Mrs. F. G. flettys of ('anion, are visiting.Mr. and Mrs. A. F,. Dnvall for h few days. •* <s> # Mrs. E. W. Cline, who has been visiting relatives here for I he pasl we"k, returned to Topeka last, night. * «• Mr. Frank Nichols of Blaeltwell. Oklahoma Is visiting his brother Dr. W. W. Nichols and Mrs. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn sliuman of King man are here visiting with Mrs. Jane Manning. <i> <•• <?' Miss Mamie Gilbert of Conway j Springs is the guest of Miss Helen Welch. <s> '•> <«• Miss Mahle rtiilenolir o! St. John Is here the guest of Miss Helen Shackelford. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7, every Saturday afternoon will leach children's ballroom and fancy dances. Phone H55. 7-tt ANNA MCDONNELL. ATKINSONS SAT. NIGHT DANCE. Al Central Hall with SOI-SBKUG'S I.I1G F1VK PIECE Olt- CHEvSTRA. 20-:'l GET YOUR MILITARY TRAINING At Cooper College. Cooper College has been added lo the list of Kansas Institutions lo have a Student Army Training Corps. They are preparing lo lake care of HID boys. There Is still room for more. Military training begins Oct. I, bul send your application at once, as ihe number Is limited. Full uniform, free tuition, room and board, and Ihe pay of a privale. This Is Ihe young man's chance. Address Pres. It. T. Campbell, Sterling, Kansas. 20 11 Fresh Meat. Spring lamb, veal, spare ribs and saner kraut; all choice cuts of roasts and steaks lit I. SMITH'S Grocery and Market. Phone lfiOO. 20-11 Largest truck factory in the world Why not best? Republic Trucks. Ile- no--*uick Co. lG-Ct. Riverside Park TONIGHT Milton Schuster Mucical Comedy Company Mostly Girls Dancing at Park Pavillion Don't miss a visit to Riverside Park if you want real entertainment. Go to O'Donnel's for stove pipe, el- hows and coal hods. 1 U-Ut Large hats are edged svilli fur. EBBSC Just a Suggestion TO FAIR VISITORS While in Hutchinson The weather being cool, you can buy your Coat, Suit, Dress, Blome or Furs at a great saving at the Frank's Sample Store, although you will huve to walk up-staira. Hut it is best, for you save all the way from $1.00 up to $25.00 ; it depends on how large a purchase you make. The reason why we sell for less than down stairs stores is our low rent and none of those expensive fixlurese, llcor walkers and all oilier unnecessaev expense. Samples are 'bought at a bigdiseount, and wegivc you part of the benefits. And there are several more good features about the Frank's Sample Store. Our experienced sales people being very accommodating. We will mention just a few items that are priced Special for Friday and Saturday : Suits Same Size as Coats That Are Wonders $25.00 COATS Cloth and Plush in all desirable shades. Sizes 14 to 48. Special - - - - $25.00 DRESSES All wool Serges Silk and $6.95 to Silk Poplin all colors and - • - - - - $59.00 sizes WAISTS One Lot Georgette, Priced Special for Satujday,all colors good styles, other Waists up to $15 $4.85 We are Located Opposite Kress 10c Store Up-Stairs, „ We are also showing a good line of Furs, mostly staple colors and the up. stairs makes the prices low We are Open Saturday Evening Until 9 l», M. FREE ALTERATIONS

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