The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 25, 1918 · Page 3
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 25, 1918
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I Ml fit tt-D CHIN SON'NEWS PAGE fa« 6orn»f Mtln *n* t*«6fl4 ttrtaM Our $25.00 Opportunity Sale Closes Saturday Evening Bargain® in $29.75 to$35 $Or Jfl Garments Suits for - xLO* $29.75to$35 $Or ()() Coats for - $29J5 to $35 $OC 00 Dresses for £ J $2975lo$35 JOC 00 Furs for - - Suction #Itbout loss of power. Pennsylvania the real safety tlfe. Hlll-Howaret Co., 122-144 Sherman east. 24-3t We would notbe willing to claim that our stock of garments and rurs Is-no hlglier than a year agd; As a rule our prices are higher but nevertheless we do believe the suits we are ottering at'$26.00 at this sa|e are Just aB good style, quality and ninko In fact JuSt as good In every respect* as any we had at $25.00 Inst year at this season. The same Is largely true also though not to the,same extent of many of our $25.00 coats, dresses and furB. They Illustrate most forcibly what experience, acquaintance, nnd hard work coupled with (he ready cash and our modest profits may sometimes accomplish in buying and selling under value even In war times llko these. Como tn and let us prove .it to you. We have bargains at $25.00 that will surprise you . / jj O. F. SAWYER DRY GOODS CO., CORNER NORTH MAIN AND SECOND STS ffi IDfO All Seats r llxld Always DC TODAY CHARLEY CHAPLIN In "The Immigrant" Comfdy Billy Rhodes Comedy Iris Screen Telegram Showing official war news ami other Important events. TOMORROW MILDRED HAVENS In "The Courage of the Commonplace" This story will delight nllUr the col- lego breO man and tho laborer, opening on tho cftinpus at Yale It parries tho auolence lo a mining town in the West, through tho ever-present labor troubles, down the shart of a burning mine and out, after numerous difficulties, to peaceful adjustment*and personal happiness. The plot Is unusual and excellent, tho acting good and tho Photography, unsurpassed . Suspense is sustulm-d until the end and the message of the "Courage of the" Is especially valuable at this ^ttmo when that courage Is greatly needed nil over the world. TTtOOttAM CHANGED KVBUY DAY. <!> <S> TOMORROW'S EVENTS. * <S . >$> <s. ,s> <j> .j, <-. 4, <(, .j. ,5. 4, <$> $ The K. T. C. club will meet at the home of Mrs. F. O. Swanson on Avenue A west. Mrs. George Bryan will be hostess to the members of the Cloverlenf club. The members of the M. Y. 0. B. club will spend tho afternoon with Mrs. Harlow Brown. The 11. 13. club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. L. A. Franklin. The D. of P. Thimble Club met yoR- terday afternoon with Mrs. M. 13. Sullivan at 615 Fourth east. The afternoon was spent al quilting and fancy work. Several articles were contributed for the bazar at Great Council which meets in Kansas City tin? first three days of next week. Ten members wore present After the work was laid aside, the hostess conducted two guessing contests at which Mrs. Edith Korshnet won both tirst prizes. Mrs. Mi" Seaman and Mrs. D. A. Jen- nlngaVwero given consolation prizes. Mrs.'Jenny Denning, the retiring president was, pleasantly surprised by a handkerchief shower by tho members. A deliclc-tis lunch was served by the hostess;' -The club will meet In two weeks With Mrs. Hulda Dolyard. Mrs. J. T. Sullivan was a guest or the club. Chapter D., P. E. O. had the first meeting of tbe^season last evening at the home of the president, Mrs. O. M. Payne, with Mrs. M. H. Brown ad assisting hostess. The plan of the coming winter's work was brought up and after the business meeting the club "listened 10 the greetings-.'from the president. Boll call was'answered ir by telling of vacation pleiius.-.-s nnd naming ideal vaoatlons- Tin Chapter had several guests, Mr'. Nellie Monroe of Detroit, Midi., Mrs. F. A. Smith of Chicago, Mrs. J. M. Kltikel of Topekti and Mrs. W. P. Kinkcl. The next meeting will bo in two woeks wih Mrs. S. F. Johnston and Miss Ida Pohnston as hostesses. <!> <S> * A wedding which was a surprise (0 th.elr many friends was that of Miss Ada C'arr, daughter of Mrs. Frauees Carr, and Mr. Charles Hampol, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.' Hampel, at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at the home of Father Nuglo. Only the Immediate relatives and friends were present, and the couple left Immediately after the ceramony for Kansas City, St. Louis and other oustorn cities for a short wedding trip. They will return to Hutchinson and will make their home here. . «• <$•<$> The first social event on the high school calendar this year is the party which the girls of the High School Club will give for the new girls on Friday evening at the high school. Batortalnment for the evening will be In the form of a minstrel s','ow which will he followed later by refreshments. Miss francos Stewart and Miss Ellen Cobb are assisting tho girls In their plans. * * * ' Mr. and Mrs, John Lowe entertained for Ihelr son, Lieut. Vrro Lowe, who left lust ulght for Camp Taylor, Ky. Coveij were laid for tho following gnosis: Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Birket and family of Partridge. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Russell and BOH, Mrs. F. A. Boody and Miss Kate Boody of Arlington. Miss Kalherlne Garnelt of Los Angelos, Calif., who. has been vlBltlng Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hood on her return from visiting her home in Kentucky, left this morning for Medicate Lodge where she will visit friends before returning to Los Angeles. <3> <$. <$. The B. W. B. club met with Miss Mal)le Eismlnger lust evening at her home on Seventh avenue west. The evening was spent In doing Red Cross work, The next meeting will be with Miss Bernlca Nlles at her home on Twelfth avenue east. Mrs. T. J5. Wlthrow entertained at a pnn o'clock luncheon today for Mrs. O. 41. Kerr of Tulsa, Oklu., Mrs. Fred Lamport, Mrs. B. M. Clark and daughters Miss Nadlno Clark and Miss Wilms Clark. ."' Mrs. ISJwlu Kerning pt Eleventh avenue went, entertained at jAinalwou I yesterday for her daughter, Grace's ninth birthday. Just a few of her little friends were Invited. '* * * Mr. Verllng Wclker Is home for a few days visit before returning to K. V., .where he will attend this winter. He has been pledged to the Sigma Nil. <*><«.«> Mrs. Martha Hannon and Mrs. U. T. Rmpey left this morning for a • few weeks visit with friends and rela lives at Downing and Memphis, Mo. «• * <i> Miss Mildred Sinclair will entertain the members of the Kill Kare Girls club at the home of her sister; Mrs- Ralph Young, next Monday evening. «> Mrs. Ray Tinder and 'Mrs, Ernest Dlcktirson of Wichita will entertain the members of their Embroidery club today at their home In Wichita. Mrs. Kslella Conrad will leave tonight rdr Springrield and Joplin, Mo., where she will spend several weeks visiting friends and relatives. <i> <i> <•> Miss. Mary Xelgler left today tor Pratt where she will join relatives and go with them for an automobile trip to Hooker, Oklu. 4- <S> * - Mrs. J. D. Elder of Fifteenth avenue east will' entertain the members of the W. W. Cldb at hor home on Friday afternoon. <!>«.<$> Mr. J. W. Miilloy of <McLough who lias been here visiting with his son, Mr. A. C. Malloy, has returned to his home. » « * <S> The Pythian Sisters will meet tomorrow afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. ('. W. Ramsey on Seventh avenue west. <?>«>«> Mr. Ember Smith, who is attending K. U. this winter, Is home for a faw days visit before resumidg his sudies. <s> «• * Mr. and Mrs. Harry Campbell havo as their guest for a few days Mr. Ray H. Meyers of Cincinnati, Ohio. 5* • The Unity Girls club will meet this evening at the home of Miss Helen Snyder on Eighth avenue west. «• «• * Mrs. H. J. Beltel of Wellington is hero for a fow days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Burton. <$>*<!> Miss Katherlno Wetzel of iXess City Is here today the guest of Miss Lydla Ruth, enioute to Pennsylvania. 4> «>> Mrs. Claude Cheatum leaves today for Washington, D. C, where sho will be In the Navy department, <£• <s> <$> Miss Dora Plummer, of Newton, came today from Newton to bo the guest of Miss Leon a Jones. <?> <$> <S> Mrs. Wllllum H. Jackson and son of Chicago (ire here visiting wtth her father Mr. S. M. Mathew. <$• <5> Mrs. O. E. Blazler of Wichita Is here today visiting with her daughter, Mrs. J,' M. Shea. » <$> ij> Mrs. E. T. Foote und children re­ lumed from a visit with relatives at lx)g,tusport, Indiana. <S> * .$> Mrs. Henry Tucker and son Vee Tucker of Liberal are visiting frlendB here this week. * 4> 4> Mr. Verllng Welker who Is attending K. U. Is spending a few "days this week at home. <S> * * Mrs. John G. Campbell of Wellington is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hood. <S> <$> S> Mrs. E. C. Smith of Stafford was here this week visiting with friends. <8> * Mrs. E. P. Jones has returned from a several weeks visit in Colorado. Dancers. Class lessons in ballroom dances every Friday night, 7:30 to 9. Social dance from 9 to 12. Woodman Hall. Holaday's 3 piece orchestra. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1455. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7, every Saturday afternoon will teach children's ballroom and fancy dances, Phone 1455. . . 7-t£ ANNA MCDONNELL,. Vesta wood separators are treated with Titanium. No other 1>attery can use this as Vesta controls basic patents for its use in batteries. See Hill- Howard. , 24-3t Danco A and Main Saturday, Sept 2Stb. Holaday's 3 piece orchestra. 50c. 25-27 The Vesta Storage Battery is tho only battery with the Indestructible Isolators. See Hill-Howard Co. 24-3t Val Aldred, Russel Martin and H. C. Hughes went to Chautauqua Co. yesterday on oil business. C&ildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Express Shipment Huyler's Chocolates Just Received ADAMS DRUG CO. 206 N. Main. Phone 131 When you buy Vacuum Cup Tires you pay Tor the quality. The safety costs you nothing. Hill-Howard Co. 24-3t Today— Tomorrow NORMA TALMADGE Artistic Performance -in—— I NORMA TALMADGE | "By Right of Purchase" Lifts Her to Even Higher Planes of Achievement, Again Today The Kd ;sei ill 1 be ri^ 1 1o*,n" I 1 Better Be Safe than Sorry! Use Hutchinson Creamery Co. Pasterized Clearified MILK 502 4 th East Phone 446 Just a Moment Please— We would like to talk clothes to you. Something about your new fall and winter suit and overcoat, and tell you the reason why you should buy all your clothes needs now. Come in here now and we will gladly tell you why, and show you some real values in Hirsh Wickwire; and Society Brand Suits and Overcoats. Quality First" Hanan Shoes StetsonHuts Borsalino Hats i F0U3 pharmacy S ii r.C ' 1iN .j J 'HI wit! ")N; ~t c Ci N __MATN . .PHONE. 2 52 _ PROTECT YOUR SKIN No woman w ho takes prWe In keeping hor complexion id ear, tho skin fres h and winoot h aiul can afford to ho. without our VELVET LOTION, delightful toilet accessory. " Truly does make tho skin like volvrt . This creamy lotion ru h» 1 n completely und perfctly into the pore.i of the Kkln, not a trarc of stickiness or grease accom- pajiles lis uso. An Ideal application for chapped hiiiidji or niug-h face find hps and Bimburn. Just try a 25c bottle and experience Its delightfully cooling and Houthintj effect. \orjKM^ e 'pr ugsiorc : '..'f> Nl- MAIN PMONL ( Q''i Of BEQHN ADMISSION: Adults 20c Children 10c Full Line of Hats and Caps Save Middle Man's Profit by Buying Prom 4 South Main Phone 1011 SYRUPS-SUGAR The syrup manufacturers are on a sugar allowance the same as you are. Therefore the shortage in light syrups. It is your patriotic duty to use.dark syrups wherever possible. The Food Administration says: "The soldiers stand bravely against gas attacks and shrapnel, as we are proud to have them do. We are asked to save the food they need. Don't grumble about food rules." Phone 296 The Golden Rule Grocery Harrison D. Kelsey, Prop. Today . . .-PEARL- Tomorrow DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS with ALMA REUBENS -INTHE HALF BREED" Also a 2-reel L-CO Comedy Black Kid Special $5.95 Thursday morning only we sell this all black kid 9-inch kid boot with leather Louie heel, in sizes 2 l A to 9, AA to D. Out- regular price is $7.95, and the shoes sells elsewhere for $9.00. You buy no other weariiiff apparel as reasonable as Shoes. PETEY DINK Petey Wants to be Nothing Less Than a Brigadier General By C. A. VOIGHT

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