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September 24, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

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. V kk" HtJfrotrrk s ON K tiwi. 1 *AGK JTIVK lASt evening tlic members of the Hiitchlnson Music club enjojred artfy delightful meeting at the home of Mlsfl Cbrti Sponstet-. A delicious picnic supper was served Indoors by Mrs. Vaii Martin, Mrs. noy A. Camp-, bell and Mrs. Aslief AKord. Tlie meeting was called to order by, the ptesldeht, Mrs. .t. U Carmack, and alt Joined In singing "The Star Spangled Banner," Mrs. .T. C. Newman accompanying. A short business meeting followed. Mrs. c. 0. Mammel was elected treasurer to fill the w eahcy caused by the resignation of Mies Beulah Nelson, who has entered Northwestern University Miss Mabel Parks had charge of the program which was devoted to the stody of "Indian Music,'' and she gave an explanatory talk on the origin ahd construction of their "Hyechka," comparing It with that of more modern times. Program as follows: 1. (») "the Approach »t the Thunder * nod." * . lb) "Sdhg- or Iho SplHt." (c) "SollK of the Iji'ttdor" liy Arthur • Fm-wrll, [ilanu.iMrH. It. II. Knydor i. "Hy the Wnters of Ihe Mlmietoiiku" Thurlow Ueumnt'p, tvuenh MI M Dorothy Millar S. (uj "March,of the Iniilnn PhiintomR" •Kroosrcr. - (b) "ImUiin Luve -vSotiK" OaUrnan -.(plum)) Alius Irflln SaiindMH 4. "lmocntlun-lu the Sun Clod ' Curios Troyer (vocal).. Miss Kind Innls G. Two Indian Itccords (Victfola nuni* bciH). MiKlt Kluy Ho'i^innd The place of the next meeting haa been (.'hatifred , In two weeks the c .'uh will meet with Mrs, H. O. rutcrbnii|,-li ou North Muln. *•.*>•$> The fust Matrons club met with Sirs. Harry Clilpclmse last evening itf her home on Fifth avenue west. The roll call was answered to by current events. After the business meeting, the evening was spent Informally, and later In the evening the hostess . served a delicious lunch. The • next meeting will be with M TB. J. C. Cowan at her home on Twelfth avenue west. <$>«><$> Mrs. Hal ISvarta and little son, Hal Jr., will come tomorrow to be the «uestB of Mr. and Mrs. Jotm Fontron of Sherman street oaat. On Friday together with Mrs. L. A. B'.gger they fwlll leave for Little Rock, Ark., ••where they will spend some time to be near Mr. Evarts'who is atteudin's tin officers' training school at Camp Pike. <3> ® <S> Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hendrlckaon and Miss Ulancbe HemlrfckBou and 'Miss Minnie Hendrlcksoi) expect to leave next week for Los Angeles, California, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Hendriek- Bon have disposed of their property on Tenth avenue west and expect to locate Indefinitely In California. <&•<$. .$> Mrs. Mary Rospaw and her daughter, MI BS Nellie Rospaw leave this evening for Douglas, Ariz., where MI BS Rospaw will be married tomorrow evening to Sorgt. Homer Parsons who Is stationed there with a cavalry regiment. Mrs. Roapaw will visit a short time In- Douglas before returning home. .... * -3> , The first meeting of the winter of Chapter D, P. E. 0:"w)llbe held this evening at the home of the president, Mrs. C. N. Payne on Sherman street oast. Mrs. M. II. Brown will be the assisting hostess. The president will give her greetings and roll call will be answered to by naming an idea] summer vacation. „ <?> <S> Miss Lois M. Wilson will arrive this -evening from her home In Blsbee, Ariz, for a short visit with her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Potter and uncle Mr. H. P. B. Wilson. Miss Wilson Is on her way to New York City where she will resume her musical studies. •Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Strothuian of will be the guest of Mr.' a*d Mrs. George Fernie for a few weeks before opening her studio the first of next month. i.. 4> * <!> Mrs. Norman Farlhing und son, Mr. Arthur Farthing of Cotfeyvllle, are here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. S. Farthing, 4>. Mrs. K. W. MoNaiigbton. entertained this afternoon at a bridge tea for Mrs. Claude Adams of La Trobe, Pennsylvania, • • • <b Mrs. if. C. Jones of learned, who has been hero visiting with her aunt, M IB . C. H. Dix, has returned to lief home.. < ii> <f .Mrs, IiCeMalaney of Los Vegas, New Mexico is here visiting with her sister, Mrs. J, C. Haley for a few days. .<?> <S> The. R. W. B. club meets thla evo- nlng with Miss Mable Elsinlnger at her home on Seventh avenue, west, <S> <S> <S> The W. W. Club will meet at 2:50 o'clock tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. ,1. P. Ricks, 410 Eleventh west. ^ •PI- Mr.und M IB , Hugh Connor left yesterday for a two week'B visit In the Ozark Mountains. •$><»>•$> The S. and S. S. club will meet with Miss Lola Walker tonight instead of tomorrow night. <?> <S> ® Mrs. Wtlliania Newllu will entertain the west side social club tomorrow afternoon. 4> <J. <s> Mr. -.1. D. Props of Hoislngton Is here the iniest of Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilkinson, <?> <j> Mr. Hay Kcnoyer left last night Tor Lawrence where he will attimj K. U. • <$> '<$> •$> Mrs. R, L. Kennedy Is visiting wllh relatives at Elmdale. Woodman Dance. Two big boxes of choice chocolates given away Wednesday night. Woodman Hall. Sherman west. Holaday's orchestra. 23-21 Didn't Make it! Well-wedldtt't get open t.<day but we are making every effort to be *lth you by tomorrow. Otad to see So many people taking n^Hntefest In the Americtn Cafeteria. I<. M. Shlve i5 South Main. 24-11- When J-ou buy Vacuum Cup Tires you pay fof (he quality. The safety costs you nothing. HllWIoward Co. 24-at Feather frlngi on blue serge. Is the acme ot cbtc LUXP THEATRE*-' TODAY Thomarffliwe frtrtnb- "WILLIAM ft HART .^The Titfer Man/ AiAnrcEAnridurt. Coming Wednesday and Thursday Dancers. Class lessons In ballroom dances every Friday night, 7:30 to 9. Social donco from 9 to 12. Woodman Hall. Holaday's 3 piece orchestra. Private lessons by uppointment, Phone 1455. 7-U ANNA MCDONNELL. Children 's Dances, Beginning September 7, every Saturday afternoon will teach' children's ballroom and fancy dances. Jfhone 1456. 7 -U ANNA MCDONNELL. .. Vesta wood separators arc treated with Titanium. No other battery can use this as Vesta controls basic patents for its use iu batteries. See Hlll- Howard. - 24-3t MR. TIHR MAKING ATRIP OVER DISTRICT Govcrnor Capper and L. J. Fetti- john Arc Also With the Candidate for Congress. J. N. Tlncher, candidate for congress, is Btarting to make bis campaign. Ho spoke at Bucklin yesterday and will spend the balance of the week in western Kansas. He and Governor Capper and L. J. Pottijonn, , ,, . , ••,„ , rviini 'candidate for secretary of state, are Ellinwood. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ailal-, travellng by automoM { e tm . 0 u g h the . LINQ CHVRLIERl" 1 * U* Love's Conquest'-*' Friday and Saturday loren of Lyons, Mr. nnd Mrs Strothman, Miss Irene Strothmatij and Mr. Irwin Strothman motored to . Pratt Sunday to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilkinson, Mr. and Jfrs. G. A. Samuelson and'Miss.Lu- "*Hlo Kelley, motored to Camp Funston, Sunday, and visited with Ell Far' hey and Fred Llnder, who are Bla- Uoned there, Mr. aii'd Mrs. William Burgess ol ' Wlndoin were bore yesterday visiting friends prior to their leaving for California to spend thojwlnter. They expect to make the trip via the motor •trail. i Mrs. Frank J. Briiiiaon left today n'/pr Portland, Oregon, where she will Join her husband, who In working in the shipyards. They expect to make their home hereafter iu Portland. •3> * <i- Wiss Eleanor Puckelt, Miss June Plum.mer, MI BS Mable Kinear and Mips Dora Plummar alt of Newton, were guests of MlssLeotia JoneB last i'*-*VfVok, and have returned home. * <# * ' \ Mr. B. S. Hoagland has gone to Macomb, Illinois where he will spend (cn days or two w(»ks visiting with . Ir.'tnds and relatives, Thla was formerly his old honie 'place. Mrs, Edith L. Voutig or Winfleld and Mrs. Maude Darby of Independence who have been ttio guests of Mrs. Rhoda Hean of First avenue west have returned to tholr hgmes. Mrs. Gussle Olson and Mrs, Carrie Maloun of Hcringtou, who were here spending the week-end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. 0, Garman have roturned to their homes. • • • Mm. Park .Inhnnon entertained at luncheon at the tea room yestorday fur Mrs, John Klnkel, Mrs. William Klnkel and Mrs, A, El. Asher, + >• • Tha Pershing Hfid CrosB olub will meet on Wednesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. I*, h Jones at 799 Ninth avenue east, • • • Mr. George McOarty who spent the last week with Mr, Virgil Blakewore returned yesterday" to his home In a ^rilen City, * * • Miss AlUseu Marlon Fernie la expected to arrive here this evening from OuHforata, where #hp has been ' ipendios the tnumnor tueutha,. BUe counties of Keamy, Grant, Stevens, Morton, Stanton, Hamilton, Greeley, Wichita and finishing the week in Meade county. Mr. Tlncher will campaign In every one of the thirty-two counties in the- district. Not all of this will be devoted to political speaking for he expects to help In the Liberty Loan campaign, having been prominent before his nomination in both the Red Cross and Liberty Loan work, in his section of the state. Th0ma.1H.Ince nr»rt*A f CHARLES ILAY jn Hi?Own. Home TovytC L Also Mack Sennet Comedy "Ladles First" Suction without loss of power. Pennsylvania the real safety 1 tire. Hill-Howard Co,, 132-124 Sherman east, 24 3t • Fresh Fruit. Poai-s, nlunia, grapes, apples, oranges, bananas, and lemons. I. SMITH'S Grocery and Market. Phono 1500. - 24-lt Wednesday Items —AT— Glenwood Grocery 5 bars White Russian Soap. .30c 1 peck good red Potatoes.... 60c 2 cans of SanifluaU 45c 1 quart.can Sorghum 30c 5 boxes Star uapttaa powder,30c 5 bars P, G. naptba soap.. ,35c Mb. of Pickwic* coffee 28c We now have strained honey, Mb. of pitted Primes 15c Phone 232 GLENWOOD GROCERY Good Willi Batter I 0994 With J«lly!! Good with J UKI Hi MODERN BRK AD Economize on your tires. Bring us a tire that has a good tread nnd is rim cut, also one that is tread worn and has good side wall and head and we will make you "one good tire. New process of -making, Five years of knowing how. ": •' Wichita Double Tire Co. 1S3 N. Emporia Ave. Wichita, Kas. ^206 S. Main Hutchinson, Kas. 6 *11 1666. • For fresh vegetftWSB—lettuce, celery, spinach, parsley, carrots, radishes, mangoes, egg plant, cucumbers, tomatoes, cabbage, beans, sweet potatoes, onions, and Potatoes at 1. SMITH'S Grocery and Market. 24-11 All Seats ltvlO Always DC TODAV Monroe Salisbury In "The Eagle" It's a Blue Bird . Blmtr OUftons great dramatic production . Staged In th* Rookies. A strong story and a beautiful picture. 5 reels. Today only. TOMORROW Charlie Chaplin Comedy, Billy Rhodes Comedy, Iris Screen Telegram Showing war news arxl Important events. PROGRAM CHANGED EVERY DAY The Vesta. Storage Battery Is the only battery with the Indestructible Isolators. See HillHcnvard Co. - 24-3t ft ft ft ft ft ft See Us For the Good of Your Eyes If you value your eyes an you should, ?o\i will rn- truat tho sPlfctlorf of glASAPH to no on* but a Kttiduatfi Optometrist. Only nn Optoni^l rlat Ifl cnmpe-lcnt to (five thin servlae. which \A why we »o urRT»tly ln«i*t upon those who require fye uld to consult only tho»e traltitK] to give the beat results. See us Tor the suud of your uyes. Clarence G. Fearl, - Optometrist FEARL A SON Jewelers and Optonietr!st» K?tabllehed 1S05. Irreproachable ^,1% DIAMONDS Diamonds You'll be proud to possesR. Ola- monds^you can Bufely compare with any others you might Bee. Diamouds, perCectly cut and possessing that priceless sparkle found only In perfect' niue White and pure white-Diamonds. Such a diamond Is admired by all and Is easily within your means. Just now I am showing some desirable slzoa in quality sems—and of course the prices are reasonable. Juat now today you cau save at least 15 percent on the Investment. For investment,••; Diamonds are supreme, providing they are bought at a reasonable price. I guarantee the quality and the price to be to your liking. Call today and see the gems, JAY T, BROWN Jeweler and Optician. 120 North Main. Free tickets to Pearl Theatre with every 50c purchase. A SK Y OUR feW-ER "P S HOW^U SOFTLY i new \M MtlAP. A M WE (tea TO -nn: MituoNi OF tMU&" IN FRANCE.. \wr «ottt SCNB HIM A COPY. '_ Corntr Mtlrt ind »«»«« *tr ««ll flJ ,|OUR $25.00 * I OPPORTUNITY SALE S Began Yesterday and Continues I Throughout This Week. m Giving evcrj'body an umisual opportuntiy of saving jC from $5.00 to $10.00 on Coats, Snits, Ot esses atitl Fur S Muffs and Scarfs. Our windows show samples of a 33 few of them. Smart Coats A big assortment of stylish Winter coals of Silk Seal I'lusli und also of all wool vel­ ours, Cheviot and kersey In black. Navy, green and brown, many of them values you cannot mutch today under $20.75 and later on will probably cost you $35.00 for— $25 Full Line of Hats and Caps Save Middle Man's Profit by Buying From 4 South Main Phone 1011 Clever Suits Dozens of choice models in all wool suits In the most popular materials nnd wanted colors uuiong them many reguliwly $23.76 for— $25 Chic Dresses Taffeta Silk, Satin Messallne and all Wool Serge Dresses In great variety of the usual $29.75 and $35.00 kind from some of the best makers In this land tor- Furs iV Large Scarfs and Ball Muffs, made of the 31 most popular furs illustrating emphatically 1 • • • w- A CONCERT YOU WILL WANT TO HEAR CUM HMC1THT M5KU FOT1VU. HUUtlMtMS WICHITA'S NEW $2M,M0 EXPOSITION BUILDING BIFOLITO LAZAR0 WHOSE: VOICE: HAS ELECTRIFIED THE: MUSICAL WORLD The GLORIOUSLV ' GIFTED AMERI-j CAN CONTRALTO BRASLAU MH «r T«S NEW vca« Mara *f *uT4N mi* COMPANY FRCBERICK NCAL IIV N E S AND HIS NATION* ALLY FAMOUS BAND Or FIFTY One Night Only Otntmq * it* l«t«««B—I Wlwt S>»w MAILORDERIFOR TICKET! Will kc rilM la Ik* Or+mt al lk«lr linlft A««r«sa, Willi Chech ar hhway *rdcr, t. r. MclNTYhE. The laraaa, Wlchtta. Kaiu. • •• • • • • • • the big saving we made and that you can make by buying early. Opportunity sale price— $25 $25 | Fur Sale and Exhibit | I by Mr. Lewellyn | S Continues till tomorrow night.—A tremendous stock Jfj •Jl of the Finest Fur Coats, Muffs and Scarfs from one of jfl <C the biggest eastern concerns to select from at a saving Jfi J* of 25% by doing your fall buying now. Qj ifi No Alteration Charges, No Approvals jfj jD O.-F. Sawyer Dry Goods Co., Cor. N. Main & 2nd 3j tfiiniTi ifiiiim s ifiijlin uiifsfi yfi i tiimyR uuiiifi jfiifiin yRUiin PEARL-Today OLIVE THOMAS in a five reel drrma "LIMOUSINE LIFE" RUTH ROWLAND In "The Phantom Trail" Fourth Ipiiode of "HANDS UP" Wedneidiy-Thursday Dou^Ui Ftlrbanki In ••The Hilf Breed" i nuac HUM nam FAT. W. FATCNTS tfruu ram THE MOTORLESS MOTOR-TRUCK A TRAILMOBILE will pay for itself. No guesswork about it. We. can prove it. Can you afford to be without one? Can you continue the present cost of hauling when it can be cut in two? 1st U$ Demonstrate the Trallmoblle' No Obligation. The Trailer Co. 310 2nd East Hutchineon, Kansas "THE GEEZER OF BERLIN" A Travesty on "The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin" If the Kaiser Could See it He Would Die of Apoplexy —AND THIS— WILLIAM S. HART, in "The Lion of the Hills" Wednesday and Thursday Norma Talmage, in "By Right of Purchase" "THE GEEZER OF BERLIN" r QUALITY Is Our Watchword The Acoustlgrande Packard Schumann Bond Pianos and Players The World Renowned "Apollo" Brunswick Phonographs Q. R. S, Plover Rolls Pathe' Phonograph Records VEATCH BROS. PIANO HOUSE Phone 52 TUB " OME OT H'sb C1 « a » p ""»°»- 120 North Main If you Want to get the Want you Want You Want to Advertise yjour Wants In tbs Want Columns of The News,

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