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ARILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABU.EXE, KA.VSAS, A CO. 0, 1917
GOSSIP OP SOCIET1T Phone 95 A six o'clock dinner was given at the J- M. Walters home last evening in honor of Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Wal ters, who left the city today. Mr Walters left for Lawrence, where he will mobilize with a company of engi r.eers next Sunday. Mrs. Walters left for Manhattan, where she will con tinue to play at the Marshall Tliea tre. About fifteen guests, who were former classmates of the newly mar ried couple, enjoyed the "last din ret" with Mr. and Mrs. Walters Iliiiinctt-Kciiiper. i.Mss Vera Dunnett and Mr. David Kemper were married by the probate judge Friday afternoon. Miss Dunnett graduated from high school here and has a large number of friends. The couple will live in Pontiac, Michigan. Seven high school boys left today with tents, cots and other camping equipment for the Gillett grove at Woodbine. They will remain in camp until next Sunday. This same bunch of boys camped at Woodbine for a week last year and they say it is an ideal place. The high water, how ever, covered up their spring and filled the swimming place but the boys will soon have them dug out again. Women loiin Defense Council. j A large number of women, includ ing several from Solomon, Enterprise and other parts of the county, was held Saturday afternoon in the Ab ilene club house and formed the Dick inson county unit of the Women's Na tional Council of Defense. Mrs. T. R. Conklin was elected county chair man, Mrs. O. M. Sterl, vice chairman; Mrs. W. A. Stacey, secretary; Mrs. A. L. Young, treasurer. The purpose of this organization is to lend encour agement to the women to economize in their household management dur ing the war, but more especially in I he matter of the preservation of food. As soon as the registration cards are received by the secretary from the state headquarters, a cam paign will be started to enroll all tin women of the county in this organ iation. Clubs (ave a l'icnie. On Wednesday, Aug. 1 a picnic "was given at the river that forms the southern boundary of the Madden farm east of town, on the Enterprise road, by the D. M. C. club, the Here and There Fancy Work club and the (iolden Belt Social club, as a fare well honor for the soldier bovs who belong to the clubs. The day was an ideal one. An excellent dinner was served at noon on a long table placet! under the trees and covered with white linen table covers. Ice cream, sherbet and pop were sold on the grounds. Ice cold lemonade provid ed by the club ladies, was served free throughout the day- Following the dinner a program of races and contests were given and the follow ing winners received prizes: A horse shoe game, VanDr.. enter and Madden against Mullen brothers. Van Deventer and Madden won. Fancy exhibition swimming race, W. Van Deventer, Frank Madden and George Mullen, Frank Madden won- Men's broad jump Geo .Mullen. Women's broad jump, Mrs. Neel ey. Men's high kic k, I.. Sprinkel. Men's stretching race, P. J. Crowe Ball throwing contest, Mrs. P- J Crowe. Little girls' race, Marie Brough- ton. Little boys' race, Ross Goodnight. Young boys' race, William Moore Other contests were, men's and Coys' tug of war and horse shoe games. The honor guests for the day were Frank Madden, who has joined Co. B of the engineering corps at Kan sas City. Quin Haynes, Robert Lew is. John Brinkmire, William Brink mire, Mark Kern of the K. X. G.. and John Riley. The visiting guests included Miss Clara Blochlinger of Miltonvale, Kan., the guest of her cousin, Miss Mary Ranch; Mrs Melissa Heaton and Miss Margaret Heaton of Concordia, mother and sister of Mrs. Chas. Mad den; Mrs. jonn w niieiiair, ,r . trie guest of Mrs John Whitehair, Jr.; Mrs. G. W. Bowen, the guest of Mrs. J. D. Adams: Miss Delia Heidrick pnd Miss Anna Berrigan of Solo mon, the guests of Mrs. F. C. Makins: Miss Henrietta Mintli. the guest ot Mrs. John Ci'ft'enhorger. Five Doz. Crepe le Chine Silk Waists Colors, flesh-white and Maye a regular $2.98 value for Special $t" Children's White Iro.ses See eleswhere in this ad. for radical reductions on Dresses. Hot Weather Sale of Parasols Reductions ot al most half on our Parasols. Read elsewhere in this ad. for reductions. W omen's While Net Dresses, reduced to almost half see reductions elsewhere in this ad. YOU NEED NOT BE A JUDGE OF VALUES TO BUY SAFELY AT THIS STORE. Very often a woman asks another why she trades at a certain store. She will most often say, "It is be cause I have CONFIDENCE in that store." Very few people are expert judges of merchandise- In the same way that we buy from houses that WE can DEPEND on houses that are RELIABLE, in the same way YOU buy from a store that you know is RELIABLE. Those of our customers who do all their shopping here have had no dif ficulty in combating higher costs. You are assured of dependable qual ity merchandise when you buy at this store, and know that the price asked, is as low as the goods can be sold for. CASE'S InlOi pecsais A Money Saving Event Under a New Interesting Title But Which Will Provide Extraordinary Savings We could just as well have called this "Hot Weather Sale" or some other name but what ever the name, the values offered could not be better, or provide you with greater saving oppor tunities. Throughout the store, wearables and needs for the home have been set aside for quick selling and MARKED AT PRICES THAT OUR CUSTOMERS WILL BE QUICK TO REAL IZE mean chances to save, which they cannot afford to overlook. Aside from the exceptionally low prices prevailing, we have arranged our store so as to make shopping cool and comfortable and have also provided ice water to all customers FREE OF CHARGE. This Hot Weather event begins on Friday, August 10th, and continues until Saturday, August 18th. Hot Weather Special on Wash Goods Half Price All wash goods to be closed out at this sale. Final summer clearing on every yard- i.'5c Wash Goods for Vic ?,c Wash Goods for lHi: 29c Wash Goods for 20 4 5c Wash Goods for 'i'-lc 65c Wash Goods for 3:$c 1'ic Wash Cods for 3o Be here early in the sale for these wonderful values. It will pay you now for next season's use. Hot Weather Special Children's White Dresses at Half Price $1.."0 White Dresses for $ .75 $1.98 White Dresses for .M $2.98 White Dresses for $1.49 $:i.98 White Dresses for $1.01) $4.98 White Dresses for 2.49 $6.f0 White Dresses for 1.25 $8. r.O White Dresses for 94.25 $12.50 White Dresses for $0.25 $14.73 White Dresses foi $7MH Hot Weather Final Sale of All Silk Parasols Every Parasol included in the sale at one-half price. Over L'u beautiful patterns in the stock. $:S.50 Parasols for $1.75 $3.98 Parasols for 91.IW $2.98 Parasols for $1.49 $4.98 Parasols for 92.49 $5.98 Parasols for 92.99 $6 50 Parasols for 9:1.25 $6.75 Parasols for $:l.:iH $7.50 Parasols for 9.1-75 $8.50 Parasols for 9-1.25 $8.98 Parasols for 91.49 Hot Weather Special Final Clearance Women's White Net Dresses at 1-2 Price $25.00 White Dresses for $12.59 $29.50 White Dresses for 914-75 $:!.". 00 White Dresses for $17.59 Hot Weather Final Clearance ol Women's Wash Dresses at Hall Price $:',.9S Wool lllesses for $1.99 $ US Wash Dresses for $;.!) $7.50 Wash Dresses for $:l.75 $9. !S Wash Dresses for 9-99 $12.50 Wash Dresses for 9M.25 $14 75 Wush Dresses for 97.:JS $ J 5.00 Wush Dresses for 97.59 Hot Weather Special Children's Colored Wash Dresses at Half Price Over 50 dresses most all sizes made of Anderson Zephyr Gingham regi'hir prices from 75c to $1.90 for JIST HALF PltlCl). Hot Weather Special All Wash Skirts at 1-3 OH Over 25 Skirts here for your selection 2 5 Middies at ji nt half rmcK, to herself and satisfaction to ms readers while her husband, tnen a lieutenant, was on the Mexican bor der last summer The best one can hope is that Captain Charley will make the world as safe for democ racy as Mrs. Charlie will keep the Headlight safe for him until the day he conies marching home." Choice of all trimmed hats, $1.59. Priem's Millinerp. 9wlt OCT OF All! BATT1.K l"XSCATHF.I Four American Aviators Had a Fiht With Twelve (jrrman Planes. SLAVS DEPEND ON KERENSKY Vote or Confidence Follow His IU turn to Cabinet. Al.l. PAKTIKS AKF. NOW I'MTFIt restoration of a strong government, he declared, must be Immediate. The only matter on which there is not un animity In the councils of the lead ers is the satttg of the councils of deputies. A representative of the bureau of the council of workmen's and soldiers' delega'es gave notice that in his opinion, the ptoposed ex clusion of the councils from influence over the government would prove the consummation of the existing anarchy. REVOLT LEADERS WERE CAPTURED Paris, Aug. 8. A patrol of Lafay ette eseadrille composed of Adjutant I.ufbery, Lovell. Willis and Parsons engaged six German aviators six miles within the German lines in Bel gium on Sunday. The air battle was progressing favorably for the Amer icans when six other German aviators joined in, forcing the Americans to withdraw before the superiority of numbers- Although they had been fighting for some little time, the r,uartet got away without receiving a bullet hole. I l!iiian Premier Again Takes l'p, ol.M-.al Task of liestortng Or- j dec In (Vuntry Menaced by Ih-feat. IXSTHI CTIOX I TFI.KOK.U'HV (ilVFN TO FII.I. VACANCIKS Sent Word ly Women That. They Ware Head) to Unit. THICF.K I.KADFHS V FT AT I.AIcGF Petrograd. Aug. 6.---The all night political conference at the Winter palace, which ended this morning, with passage of a resolution of con fidence in Premier Kerenky, by oi-h of the five parties repi o-ented and in which lie was invited t" form I, is own i a tilin t. was i -olid a t"d in strict t toll. " lir.iv wife of ('apt. SJeilil til" week-end n-n City Mar says of her: "The- Morion Headlight-Commercial is aiain i" the hands of Mrs. Charles II. Browne, in the absence of her husband, the captain, who was Mrs. C. H. Prowiie, will here. The Kn order, tmt with intcn AU participants were e !y i on v iie ed t ha t t he il"' i- i" was to 'ne reai bod meant eit! is.a's regeneration or l.er ruin p.i:is cuff.x mivh r.i: i wiix.j Tli ,j,.,;,t.. r. .:. --d it-.-if ... I--S of j,;i.--j. of tile 1 ' n-ky, ie w a-' ' :i'ie,i i ; i'l v ' i v ''. ' " iV; ry t- t. !: r v !.-.;. Iiiscoxert In lllitnii Follow i-it "itiiiie of re.MI.-r.. erilO- v. ioiis w hich r Rus- i i into a ,.t hv-j only j l.oces- i Topela, Aug. 8. The Atchison Topeka & Santa Ke railroad is adver tising for women to study telegraphy lied take the places of men called in to the government service. A. W- Sine, assistant superintendent of tele graph, Is recruiting for the telegraph schools chiefly in the rural districts. The Santa Fo has doubled the en rollment in the telegraph schools the company maintains for training men and women for dispatching positions. Dozens of telegraphers have entered military service and their positions must lie filled TO MIOO Ml VI TIIOsK MO I.K- Ti ailing of Small f;i'oiipn of lU-volu- lioiiiKtN Was .Made Fajr for I'ltHHTH by Aid of Fiill I'.IcmkI Indians. followed their tracks unerringly and by their ability in woodcraft effect ed many captures. The Indians have aided the loyal while citizenry thru out the uprising and but very few have been found in the ranks of the malcontents. Oklahoma City, Aug. 6. Captures of the anti-draft revolutionists, mem bers of the so-called "Working Class I'nion," the "Jones Family," and oth er organizations of kindred beliefs, have numbered 19.1, according t( the best count available at Sasakwa. coun ty, the base of operations of the various posses. Of this number tliir ty were taken today, tho large part f t fi in sending in word, generally by a woman, that they were ready j to surrender.' Small detachments White and Allen lo Sail Soon. Washington, Aug H. William Al len While and Henry J. Allen of Kansas, both got their final instruc tions from the Ked Cross headquar ters today and will sail the last o the week for Europe. (First I M I I . I I - I f lector eil III the Weekly AiiKilt 9. 1917.) lt- Mi l II I; 'I'll I II VI II 11 Ton. I.i.l. Sen led (iiuittv .'ourl inson (VhinIv September t . tot Wilt lie leeriv ll.lll'-e at Ahllei Kansas. until IH1T. al t i.Vlo. fin nlsliiior the materials a 1-SStlV t'l COIIlOlele j. . . , N f t i tnfirniarv Hnilillrm. lo he h ''(Hint v t-'aim. io-i-oi iliinr (e I Hid s pel j I i- -a I ion-' oe.a'eiI I K I 'a ion. an !i il- ' 1 J. Iti'il.liiiir. h'aii-a-! t'Mv. li---n l:i'h ale niiw on fi!- t'-o ti e ("iHllltv ('h i k ol -a l I al at- ti I , , eiv hiil-- for I'lOlli'.i il at tli ,e, lCk l i May, k p ni . ml labor te eoiln- icated on ie plant o . 'H l l:el la rice, or i. and I'fl.B Of .1.1 innrinai-' a i.l fa no. n ' hoi hi. 1 1 I .loo; i .liil w .;iril w "'I lsf ami HcatiTxr .1 for Tiidcini w io. ;,..,! on 1. 1 he COfil- cifl- li.t -1st IIJ tl,. tW l;v nth hv i'l" in'!., Aug part I.-f l:n-i arii'-so,l as a r-snit of a wi Ine some Paris ere. r, in 3 .v.. T!.e pci-ce v as ?.! called out with the Kansas troops yes-land thrown into terday morninc Mrs. Prowne con- rv of tl th powd. r w at. follow ... -t:.- iioiMty i i.in find - ell at hT I :,, i ,n; I li. OV - 1 a v i-i' eluded that newspaper with credit of pe.ldrs to the r a i y ri ! oil! f Hi -1 I'leL-ii. r K- A ( irow ii; r-t.-.l-of th r rev , ,1 - I, ih"! 1 nt ion lav 1-v (lav Ti.- :!i 1 i e, the Ueisi.-red draft ial for f n war ;.oWer ol the , or i oor,t ies i.i l I I 1 1 I ii:FT LAW 'tie ii would bring them in. A band ot twenty-six of the outlaws wen--uppo-ed t l.e canip.'d on .-all tree!,, i-M miles iiorthwe.-.t of lure, ami another smaller hunch was Pi ortcii lodged a '-out ten iii iles ea-o At l.-a-t three of l!io ! -oiei --. ;,i-- (oiiiihL' to prisoners' stati n ' ins. .-'ill are at larto. The tr.ulii!:; i f h -ma!! groups of r"v olut ii l, i si :- was luade .-asy for the po-s- s in niMii'ious ases by the aid of full blood Indians Seminoles for the most part who j t.-'ti t-- ' thr (il lo -mplov e-J. 1 hen I .!.-,llo. .1 !r- le n. i 'ni r r ' r.ir I . ...-.er i-r aiJ .-ri-TTi cvnii- a ni e KI.W Coontv .'rk.