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September 27, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

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HtTTOfllKSON NlstVS. New Arrivals If you really want to be charmingly dreMed, y6u will not fall to tome IH and see the beautiful artlcke of apparel which w« are now ahowlnj. Our. Pall and Winter Goods are cbrnlng in dally. No more beautiful, smart, correctly tailored Suita are to be found In Hutchinson. Fun Atnons our Blilpmrnln Just unpacked In a splendid allowing of .Ptira In &rent. varlnty. anil nt nttrnctlvcly low prices.' Vou will do well to tnakc your selection here today. Suits Tho latest modelR. Each garment carefully tailored, and there Is a variety of materials of tho prevailing shades and patterns. Not only will you find something here to suit your taste, but. yoil will find that our prfces Increase the {purchasing power of your dollar. Dresses A.splendid showing of becoming models tn Silk, and Wool Serges. Those Bmart creations for dressy and general wear are all of the newest designs nnd fabrics with tho most attractlvo trimming effects. You will enjoy seeing them. • / Sweaters Charming! Thai's the word that best applies to theso beautiful Wool Sweaters. No Birl 'B fall outfit Is complete without one or theHC charming sweaters. Sleeveless as well as those, with sleevos, and all tho attractive shadc» so dear tn tho hearts of those who would be eharmlngly and comfortably attired. You owe it to yourself to come tn "and have nur experienced salesladies show you these new fall nnd winter garments. It will bo a pleasure for us to aid you in your selections. LADIES FASH/ON SHOP^ Tho New Store—112 North Main. , ROYAL Today and Tomorrow WORLD PICTURES Presents June Elvidge In "The Power and the Glory" With Frank Mayo, Madge Evens and Johnny Hines Pirected by Lawrence C. Windam , Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ;' ; NEXT WEEK . Francis Ford, In "Berlin Via America" AUCTION SALE! > Saturday, September 28th, at 2 P, M. UNION STOCK YARDS 32 High Grade HoUtein Cows. Some fresh and all will freshen This Fall Good Ages, Good Kind. John D. SNYPIR, Auctioneer , „ . Jfutchlusotj, Kansas R.W.HUrr. Owner Mulvane, Kansas The birthday anniversary, ot Mr. H. P. Cllne wits celebrated hy a number of his friends last evening at his home on Eleventh avenue west. The evening was spent with games and music and a lunch was served late by Mrs. Cllne, who was assisted by Mrs. tJ. M. Snyder and Mrs. (j. W. Hartman. Tho guests Included Mr. and Mrs. b.C. Held, Dr. and Mrs. f. C, Cary, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Frieseb, Mr. und Mrs. Walter fluxman, Mr. and Mrs. Al. Heck, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Snyder and daughter. M 'aJ -Rorel; Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ilartman, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cllne, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. It. Uuah and daughters,- Mrs. Marie Wecsner Hush, Mrs. It. Uoff, Mr. Paul Snyder and Mr. Iloy Bush. <$> <S> <$> The members of the K. T. C, club spent a very pleasant • afternoon yesterday at the home ot Mrs. R 0. Swthsoti on Aventle A. west. Amei* lean flags, sweet pens and terns Were used In decorating the rooms. Atier an afternoon spent In fled Cross needle work, the hostess served a templing two coUrsc lunch assisted by Mrs. \V. A. Orepg. Quests of the club were Mrs. Potor Nelson and Miss Celestlne Nelson. Theclub| will meet lh two weeks with Mrs. W. A. Gregg or Avenue A, west. Mrs. Harlow Brown entertained Ihe members of the M. Y. O. B. club at her home yesterday nrternoon. Keel Cross sewing and knitting occupied tho ladles fingers us they visited together. Miss lluth Pofr ot Columbus N. W„ und Mies bydlu Baled of Kenosha, Wis.,'were guests. Mrs. Brown served a dainty lunch late In tho afternoon. The club hostess tor two weeks from . yesterday will be announced later,. <i- The B. 13. club met yesterday al the home of Mrs. I.. A. Franklin, of Sixth Avenue west, nnd the Itnic devoted to Kid Cross work. The hostess served a light luneh at rive o'clock. Ou?sls other than the club members were ^"rs. W. 1... Johnson nnd Mrs. J. M.. Page, or Oakland, Calir. The club will mce.t. .again In • two , weeks with' Mr, 1 *. Charles Brotightbn, of Sixth Avenue West. ••" <S> «• * Mrs. George W. Bryan was hosteps to the Clovcrfeaf club yesterday ttl her home on North Monroe street. Ked Cross knitting and sowing was the work of the afternoon,. At five o'clock tho hostess had-tho assls- tijice ot Mrs. C. W. Cox In serving a delicious lunch. Club guests were Mrs. C. W. Cox and Miss Luetic Cox ot Wellington. The club will meet with Mrs. Claude Holm In two weeks. <S> * <S> Plans fpr tho coming winter were laid by the members of the C. C. club at the business meeting held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clyde Suttle. Red tlross work will be done al the meetings on alternate Thursday afternoons. Light refreshments were served by the. hostess and the" meeting In two weeks will be hi tli'rf' h6me> ; 'df Mrsr George Allison on fourth avenue east. <8> * « The. Pythian Sisters club had a business meeting at the home of Mrs. C. W: Ramsey on Sixth avenue west to lay plans for the district convention which will be held here on Oct- 21, The hostess was presented with a beautiful bouquet by Mrs. Etta Bo\v- : man. Light refreshments were served late In the afternoon.- Mrs. D. C. Martlndel expects to leave hero next Wednesday for Boston, Mass., where she will Join Mr. Martiudel and spend several monllis in tho east. Mr. Martlndel is attending the Technical School al Cambridge having entered the aviation section of the Navy. <S- <8> ' Mrs. Henry Gallup entertained yep- le'rday at a one o'clock'luncheon In honor of Mrs. J. 15. Vincent of Fort .Worth, Tpxas. The guests were limited to a tow friends of the honoree. - * * * Mr, nnd Mrs, J. C, Grimes left yesterday for Portland, Oregon In tfielr car, where they will spend sov-, cral months. They were accompanied by Mr. J. W, Christ. <$> <j> * Mr. Georgo W. Sweeney of Jackson, Michigan, lett for bl«:homo today. He has been visiting his., nieco for the past- month, Mis. •II, H: Mitchell of Avenue G oast. . , .", . * <t> • ' Miss Zena Pottlt will'leave tomorrow for" Ottawa, where she will .enter tho Ottawa uulvorslty this year. • • , Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Ames will conio toduy from Newton to bo thn guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Whetzell. <$> <8> <S> Mr. "Merrlt English has been , re. ceutly to-the Aztec I'^ratertty ut K; S." A.C " • - •• •.•"• ! . 1 " '' • ; • . Mr^Cleou Whitney .and little daughter, Myrta Klolse, of Wichita, are here for n couple of weeks' visit with Mrs. Whitney /a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hirst of Avenue B east. <$> * * Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgn Kershner and daughter, Marie, will leave tomorrow morning In their car for Kansas City nnd other points lrt Missouri. They expect to be gone ten days or two weeks. <?> Mrs. liny Brown will leave today for Tort Sill. OWa.. where she will Join her husband, Lieut. Brown, who Is stationed there for the present. ,, Dancers, Class lessons In ballroom dances every Frldny night, 7.30 tn !). Social dance from 9 to 12. Woodman Hall. Holaday'n II piece orchestra. Private lessons by appointment. Phone Hu5. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7, every Sat-, urday afternoon will tench children's ballroom and fancy dances. Phono 1455. 7-tt ANNA MCDONNELL. Dance A and Main Saturday, Sept. 23th. Iloladay's 3 ploce orchestra. 50c. ::' 25-27 All Seats r Always J)C , "TOPAV PEARL WHITE IN The Hooded Terror Unmasked 19th oplsode of "The House' of ^Hato." Who la the Hooded Terror? Pont' miss thin. TOTO IN * 'The Furniture Movers' Comedy HEAR8T-PATHE NEW8 Showing Official War Picture.. TOMORROW MARIE WALCAMP In 4 TI>« Whirlwind Finish' A Bre»t racln« drama. An inajde exp«so »n<J abwluCelx TUVB BTO«y ot the most thrlHIn* Inotdeata in th« <*re«r of a fwngus jockey. . AUCE HOWELL jn •Hey, Doctor!' THE WAR .SITUATION > THIS MORNING J ttly The Assoc-lated l^css.) Marshal , Foch otruck another blow at the Germans this morning when British fdrces south of the, Sensee river, between Doual and Cambrai, launched an attack over n wide front. First reports from the battle field Indicate that satisfactory progress; Is being made. Sweeping over positions which have been held by the Germans for many yean, tnd capturing thousands of prlconerc, many pieces of artllleKyand large quan. titles of war materials, the French and American armies on the Champagne and Argonne forest, won a great Initial success in their attack yesterday,. Over a front ot twenty miles the American army has^advanced to an average • depth of seven miles, ctp- tured twdj'c towns and taken five thousand prisoners. *. When 1 the last reports were filed last night Ihe Americans were stilh pressing forward in. pursuit of the retreating enemy. The French, west of the Argonne forest, have gained from three to tour miles at certain points nnd are maintaining constant contact with the enemy. , Germans Knew of It. While Marshal Foch struck on a line that has long been quiet, the Germans, evidently were aware that the assault was impending not knowing how, ,had ; withdraw* tneir heavier guns and most of «th$-forces in: the front, lines to positions futber north For this 'reason tho advancing French nn|l Americans encountered ^css opposition; 1 than'might have been expected over inutih of the front attacked. > When viewed on the map the ground wrested from tho enemy during tho rirst day of tho offensive takes on the form of two outstretched wings of an.eagle, the 1»dy of tho bird being the Argonne forest. This "easle" seems to be flying northward The Deepest Place. Dannevoux,. a village on the west bank of the Mouse,'approximately 13 miles nortji of Dead Man's, hill, northwest of Verdun,' is tiie deepest point of penetration -officially identified. General Pershing's report, however, would appear to indicate that the Americans piusl have nearly reached Viloesmes',-north of Dapnevoux, and moved ahead along Ihe Aire river on tho eastern edge of ;the Argonno forest liito tho neighborhood of Chateau and Exermont. ', Ahead Of tho advancing French and Americans aro a number of important railway lines which feed tho German positions along the front. If the drive continues to progress it will carry a distinct threat to the whole German position riorth of tho Aisno, west of the present battle field aJid also tend to outflank tho enemy lines before Mel/, and Brlcy. Has Some Defenses. That the enemy has prepared lines to which he is retiring is the belief of'observers. Just where this lino is located Is not known exactly, but it Is probable that the rate of progress of tho Allies, if sustained, will bring them up against this new front very soon. . Bulgarian forces In Macedonia seem to be fleeing in what resembles disorder, from the hills to the east of thn Vardar river. British units In vaded Bulgaria, having reached Kos lurino, in the hills south of Strumitza the Bulgarian fortress on the Macedonian frontier. This advanco will proh ably cause a retirement of the Bulgarian armies along the line which passes through the lowlands between Lalc.(i Do|ran and tho sea, and bring Bulgaria taco to face with an Invasion oyer a wide front. ; Threaten the Bulgars. Along the Vardar the Serbians and French swept over Babuua pass and taken. Veles, while to the east they are In the outskirts of iBhtlb, In this region they threuten an Invasion of Bulgaria from tho west. They are within ninety miles of the Bulgarian capital, at Ishtih. It is probable, however, that an effort will first he made to take the city of Uskub, 28 miles northwest of Veles. Uskub is said to bo tho chief supply center of the enemy armies In old Serbia. ' A FARE INCREASE. Are to New Jersey Trolley Lines Charge 7 Cents. Trenton, N. J., Sept. 37.—The public SoryJ.ce Railway operating more ihan bal( the trolley lines in the statu, was granted an Increase of fares from five to seven cents In ap order ot'the sta'o board of public utility commissioners today, The new rate Is effective from October 15 next' to Mftrch 31. 1919. Riverside Park SUNDAY ONLY Matinee, Two Shows at Night Six Big Feature Vaudeville Acts Regular Admission Corner Narth Main Unit MeaArf ttf*(l Full Line of Hats and Caps Save Middle Man 's Profit by Buying From 4 South Main Phone 1011 $25.00 Bargains in Garments We would not he willing In claim that our stock of garments and furs Is no higher than a year ago. As a rule our Prices aro higher but nevertheless we do believe the suits we are offering at $25.00 at this pale are Just as good style, quality nnd make. In fact. Just as good In every respect as any we had at $25.00 last year at this season. The same is largely true also, though cot to the same extent of many of our $25.00 Coats, Dresses and Furs. They Illustrate most forcibly what experience, acquaintance, and hard work coupled with the ready cash and our modest profits may srnnetimrs accomplish In buying and selling under value, even In war times like these. Come In and let us prove It to you. Wo have bargains at $'-'5.00 that will surprise you. jj| 0. F. Sawyer Dry Ooods Co. Cor. N. Main nnd 2nd Sis. yJ After the latter date a six cent fare will prevail. .FLEW OVER' ALPS. Paris, Sept. 27 Gabrlele D'Annunzio, the Italian author- aviator arrived in Paris this 'morning in an airplane, flying from Italy across the Alps. Mother spends half of Monday morning picking up the Sunday pap- Grand Millinery Sale Friday and Saturday, Sept. 27-28 We place on sale our entire stock of Trimmed Puitern Hats. $12, $15 and $18 Hats for $8.00 and $10.00 Hats for $8 :$5 Please bear in mind that these hats arc "Hats of the Hour" and come in the very latest designs, shapes and colors. There will be hats both large and small ("and fashion has decreed that cither is correct) hats for matron and miss, all copies of French patterns. See Our Window D1MMITT & TAYLOR With O. F. Sawyer & Co. In answering .advertisements please mention The News. Special Purchase Sale We have purchased for cash from one of our eastern manufacturers Over ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY SILK AND SERGE DRESSES and we will offer them to you Saturday ffM QC SPECIAL ,M»A*x»27V Mostly small sizeiT16 to 38. They are Samples. 12 styles to choose from. In order to make it interesting for yon we will include about 60 Georgette Waists regular $5.95 to $6.50 sellers WA O C Special for Saturday. <J>*ar«04J , ' All sizes; light colors; about 10 styles to choose from. SUITS SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY C (\(\ They are well worth $35. The assortment of *P^d «V/V/ colors and styles are good. We are always glad to show you our garments even though you don't Intend to buy. OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. Over Wilson's Jewelry Store, 108 <4N. Main FREE ATTRACTIONS Opposite Kress 10c Store—UP STAIRS G0LDEN RULE GROCERY 4 Small Cans Milk, 25c 4 bars white Naptha soap. 25c Large can fancy tomatoes 25c I dozen Kerr's Mason jar caps 25c Harshey's cocoa, bulk, lb 30c 3 dozen jar rubbers for 25c 6 Flake or Crystal White soap 40c Bulk kraut, lb 10c 4 boxes borax compound .'". 25° 4 boxes Gold Dust for." 25c lib coffee for i 15c Nine O'Clock Washing Powder 5c Good Brootn 75c 3 large rolls toilet paper '. 25c 2 lbs pink beans •• 25c 2 cans brown beans 25c No. 2 can pork'aqd beans 20c No. 1 can ted beans 10c 6 5c pencils for «5s School Tablets .6 for 25t Prunes per lb...,.- I5e 321 North Main HARRISON D. KELSEY, Prop. PhoMzee

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