The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 20, 1918 · Page 9
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, September 20, 1918
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PAGE SEVEN. f PEGUES- WRIGHT'S SHOE FASHIONS Very Stunning —and Most Original No. 1470 As smart as a "Yank" on parade is the two tqned Boot for Autumn wear. It's natty, trim styling commends this shoe to women who like something above the ordinary. For Fall Wear we knojw of nothing , prettier or more becoming to a gracefully arched foot. Striking Combination of Vamp, Black Patent Fawn Kid Top Covered Lewis Heels $14.50 Ottyer Smart High Heel Autumn Boots No. 1(591— 9.inch Two tone Boot with fawn kill vamp, buck top with covered Louis heels $16.50 No. 1G15—9-Inch Two tone Boot, with black kid vamp, light grey kid lop; mm solo. Covered Louis heels, $16.00 No. 1030 — 9-inch Dark Brown Kid Uoot, welt soles, covered Louis heels $16.00 No. 1540J — 9.inch Field Mouse kid boot, welt sole, covered Louis heels $15.00 NO.1540K — 9-Inch Medium Gray kid boot, turn solo, covered Louis heels $15.00 No. 1540C — 9-Inch Dark Qray kid boot, turn solo, covered Louis heels $15.00 No. 1450 — 9 • I n c h Black Kid Hunan Hoots with welt solo and leather Louis hoelB, $14.50 No. 1430—9-lnch dark Brown Kid Boot, villi' welt soles and leather Louis hecla $14.00 No. «00 — 9-inch Black Kid Boot with welt soles, celluloid covered Louis IIOIJS> $12.00 No. 1150 — 9.lnch Black Kid Boot, turn sole, celluloid covered heels $11.50 No. 1000 — 9 -lnch Black Kid Boot with welt sole, leather Louis heels $10.00 No. 910H — 9-lnch Dark Gray Boot, with welt, leather Louis heels ..$9.00 No. s:mi - s -inch Dark Brown Boot, with welt soles. leather Louis heels $9.00 'No. 940S — 9-lnch Dark Brown two-tone Hoots with kid vamp and cloth tops; welt soles, covered LouiB ' heels $9.00 (No. 935—9-inch Dark Brown, two tono boots with kid vamp and cloth tops; welt soles, covered Louis heels > $9.00 WALKING BOOTS In many styles and combinations with low and Cuban heels and welt soles. Black, tan, brown and gray. From $6.00 to $11.50. £7/7 Y CO 0£JJS? »CT O 'The Consolidated Flour Mills Co, S10-20 Itorabaugh'Wlley Bldg, Hutchinson, Kansas 'Operating mills at Winfield, Caldwell, Newton and Hutchinson, Kansas. Daily capacity 3500 bbls. We invite the inquiries of Flour atjfl Feed Dealers (Carlots only) , Use UNITED Flour REMEMBERED KINDNESS French Soldier Mad Not Forgotten Friendly Act Shown Him Years Ago. Remembering the kindness of a Hutchinson woman who befriended him when ho was In need of a friend, a French soldier brought to the W. C. T. U. Ilest cottage at the State Fair grounds yesterday two largo bouquets of flowers which he said were to brighten up Ihe cottage. The Hutchinson woman was presented with three white carnations because 'sho was a mother to mo and although It was firteen years ago and I haven't forgotten about It BO 1 want her to wear these," he explained. Tho Frenchman was severely wounded while In sorvlco for his country and was honorably discharged from the army and Is now recuperating in this country. He expects, to return to his native, land within a short time and again engage in some work for his beloved France. "I have a bo,y about eighteen years of age that I left In school when T joined the army," he told some of tho ladles In charge of Uio Cottage, "and one day I was surprised to meet him In Ihe trenches, but I knew ho would do his share even though ho was lust a lad. When I get back home, If I over do, I am going to dedicate that lad to the W. C. T. U. for what it has done for me." Caring For Babies, There -were many callers yesterday at the Cottage and BO far more than seventy-five hables have been cared for and their mothers have been able to visit the Fair and at the same time know that their children were not being neglected. Mrs. C. S. Kerns is In charge of the desk where the visitors register and Mrs. Chloo Smith assisted by Sirs, .lames Kehoe are looking nftei' the babies, checking them In and out and giving thnn crackers and milk when they are hungry. "We have had some people who come here each year and make this their headquarters and their faces have grown quite familiar- to its." Tho rest eollase was the really only warm place yesterday on the grounds, the weather was quite chilly and raw. You'll like Major when he talk* to you about l>alley Light and Power. neno-BuIck Co. 16-Gt. WILL NOT INTRODUCE THE STUDENT ARMY COURSE HERE Rumor Had It That Such Would be the Cass But Waiting for Official Plan. The idea has become prevalent somehow that - the Student Army Training Course was to he Introduced Into the High School eorrlculum this yenr, but such is not the case, according ' to Supt. J. O. Hall. This course as it Is being worked out now, is for high school graduates only, regardless of whether or not they are eighteen or nineteen years old. Some of the high school students gained the Impression that they were eligible to the Students Training Corps because that was to bo held this year at the Pittsburg Normal. They Immediately got into communication with officials and learned that only young men who wero fully prepared to enter college could secure this training. • "It is not for secondary schools," Prof. Hall said today, "but according to some literature which I received recently from ihe government they are hoping to introduce it al«o into these BehoolB. So far they havo not developed any plan but 1 tupposo they are working on it now. Howevjpf, we won't do anything independent of Hie government hut will continue our regular course until somo plan has been officially adopted, which the government fully believes Is for the best. Wo want only the best for our schools." A Lalloy purchaser is given service. Keuo-Buick Co. 16-61. Large school house heaters at O'Donnel's. Corner Fourth and Main. 19-at You'll like Major when, he 1 talks to you about Lalley Light and Power. Rcno-Uuick Co. 16-Ct. After they reach 40, few people laugh as though they felt like It.— Atchison Globe. af" u\ limvtwtiig *aveitu»e»ente pJe «M> mention Tb« New* FAIR IS OVER And You Can Save Money By Buying Your GROCERIES at The GLENWOOD GROCERY Phone 232 425 N, Main ft The New in Millinery Styles and modes of the moment Embracing Splendid Varities in all the Styles that are New. Since the charm of the entire wardrobe depends so much upon the hat— ^ its becomingness its modishness its hamoniousness Hats arc very important when autumn styles are being considered, A Few Notes on the Collection A collection of Millinery Fashions that shows how the Parisian modistes influence the millinery mode. Large drooping hats of beaver cloth, A r elvet, satin combined with velvet or hatters' plush, are trimmed iji a manner of elegant simplicity. Wings and Ostrich are favored trimmings —sometimes they arc placed at dashingly smart angles, other times they form the entire hat. Havana Brown, an alluring sapphire-, blue and a mellow rust shade of red are among the new colors, but black predominates. Chenille, burnt feathers, tinsel thread and ribbon, exquisite bits of embroidery, and tiny tips are among the new­ nesses in trimming. Pegues-Wright's Store News of Autumn Suits That Will Please You with Their Good Simple Lines Priced at $39.50 '"PHE woolens are of a nice quality and excellent weight, the tailoring has been carefully executed, and the styles are extremely smart. The price is very moderate at $39.50 — values which may not be repeated soon. A Brief Description of Two of These Most Excellent Suits 1.-N U. A , ines of u,],, BUlt arc emphasized by tho smart neat braiding, the back is absolutely plain, with two buttons as trimming. The material is men's wear serge of excellent quality, and lining is a soft satin. It Is obtainable in navy blue only. Price $S9.50. No, ry Am on's • ** wear sergo suit in navy blue. It Is quito simple as befits the present tlmo. Well tailored with notch collar and no trimming with the exception of buttons. Tho skirt Is also plain to correspond with the coat, New Navy and Black Satin Dresses at $35.00 The practical note is sounded clearly \A these new models at $35.00. Yet many distinctive touches have been introduced that give them unusual charm. . Tfff* LOOK FOR THIS I.AIIKL HUTCHINSON. KANSAS. Tba PtipB.-Wridht label in • garment la Ihe only indorse, ynont of ita quality neceaaary Paris and New York models alike prove that tio elaborate styles arc in vogue during these war times. Subdued colorings and the slim sil- houtte is emphasized because of the practical nature today of women's activities and the informality of social nffairs. Last Day of Display and demonstration of the most complete line of Electrical Household Appliance. You can see in actual operation Electric Ranges Electric Washers Electric Manners Electric Cleaners Electric Sewing Machines And many other appliances for the Home. Don't Fail to See These Labor Saving Devices UNITED WATER, GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.

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