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Hot Springs weekly star. (Hot Springs, S.D.) 1892-1917, June 26, 1914, Image 4

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Gasoline Stoves
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We have the best self-generating
Gasoline Stoves and Ranges Made.
WE CAN PROVE IT.
ALSO THE MOST ECONOMICAL REFRIGERATORS
BUILT ON THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES.
We Would APPRECIATE A CALL
PRICES RIGHT.
W.E.Daniels
CORNER 8th ST., and RIVER AVENUE
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It's the most talked of car in
the world. Sterling merit
has sold it to over 53o,ooo
people of every nation the
world over. Ford service
and guarantee are both in
cluded in the price. This
means a lot to an auto buyer.
$500 for the runabout $5S0 for the touring car and
$750 for the town car—f. o. b. Detroit, complete with
equipment. Get catalog and particulars from
Hot Springs Motor Co.
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Has the Game Transfer waaon
sum
at your House?
In other words* have you ordered your
winter's supply of coal? We advise do
ing so and getting the advantage of
low prices. Do it to-day, and order
S E ID A N W O IN O A
in—The Best Coal in the City.
The Cable Transier Gompanu
Theo. Cable, Manager
PHONE 77 HOT SPRINGS, S. D.
M99MWNI
We Listen With Pleasure
to the tales of many depositors who admit they
wouldn't have a dollar ahead to day if we had not
induced them to open an account with
The BANK OF HOT SPRINGS
Commercial banking is not primarily for savers,
but for safeguarding money. That this bank does
the latter and Induces the former is a fact that
many of our depositors testify to.
Halley,•President. G. C- Smith. Cashier
Associated With
First National Bank. Rapid City, S. D.
Keystone Bank, Keystone, S D.
BANK OF HOT SPRINGS
Hot Springs, Sooth Dakota
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The Hot Sprinas Weekly Star
Ceo. I. Warner & Son. Publi»h«r«.
TERMS:
$1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Otherwise as Hollows:
One Year $2.00 Six Months:...
The STAR i&published every Friday.
Short, newsy communications and
Uuole Sam has put his servants in a
position where they are piompted to
pray for hard times, when prioes come
down. Imagine a private ooncern
wherein the employes looked with
trembling upon increased business be
cause that might mean good times for
business iu general aud times of
poverty for themseives!
METHODIST CHURCH
Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
Choir Kehersal Friday evening.
Strangers in the city will receive a
oordial welcome at any of these serv
ices. Herbert L. Case, pastor.
A large house greeted Rev. K. F.
Shaoklook of St. Edwards, Nebraska
at eis sermon at the churoh last Sun
day evening.
Next Sabbath Sunday Sohool at 10:00
a.m. W. R. Taylor, Superintendent.
Epworth League at 7:00 p. m. W. H.
Petty, president.
Rev. J. Arthur Edwards of the Meth
odist Deaconess UoEpital at Rapid City
will speak at both the a. m, and even
ing services in the interest of that iu
stitutlon. Preaching hours 11:00 a.
and 8:00 p. m.
SENATOR ROBINSON.
Joo T. Robinson. United Slsites sena
tor from Arkansas, is one of the young
est and most active members in that
great body. lie has the distinction of
having tiiled wltliiu a given short pe
riod more important public offices than
any other man In the political history
of our country. After a service of ten
years In the house of representatives
he resigned from that body Jan. 14.
1013: was inaugurated governor of
Arkansas on the 10th day of January
and was elected to the United States
senate on the 28th day of the same
month, continuing to serve as governor
until his term as senator began, March
4, 1913. This remarkable record has
been made while Mr. Robinson Is still
in his youth, he being now only forty
one years of ago.
Much of his success is attributed by
those who know him to his aggres
sive, forceful power as a public speaker.
.SENATOR ROBINSON. 1,
Be Is closely In touch with present day
political, activities and will entertain
and instruct his audiences with a dis
cussion of a live topic. "The Rising
Standard of Public Service."
Secretary of State W. J. Bryan says:
"Senator Robinson is a strong man. He
has views on questions affecting gov
ernment and .the public welfare, and he
can so express them as to hold and in
terest his audience. I am glad that he
is gotng to use the Chautauqua plat
form as a means of reaching the peo
ple. We cannot have too many of his
kind addressing Chautauqua audi
ences."
HOT SPRINGS WEEKLY STAR HOT iSPRIRQS* auUTH DA***in.
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Three Months 50 cts
local
news
items are cordially solicited.
Entered at the postoflice at Hot Springs, South
Dakota, as second class mail matter,
UNCLE SAM AND HIS SERVANTS
From an employer who stood well an
a paymaster, Uuole Sum has come to
be one of the poorest paying employers
in the country. Coats of living have
mounted higher and higher since the
turn of the trend of prices in the early
nineties. lu private industry wages
and salaries have moved up iu bar
mony. Hut Uuole Sam maintains the
same general scale of wages and «al
aries. lie does not reooguize that high
costs of living are not a problem with
bis servants as well as the employes of
private capital, lie does not recogniz
that increaKed revenue, increased
wealth, increased scope of work and
endeavor, entitle bis workers to a little
fattening of their pay envelopes.
lie has army and naval otlioeiH, who,
by reason of insufficient income, must
study the ways and means to avoid
submergence in debt more than they
study the problems of their service
lie has ecientiUo experts performing
researches, the rewards for which in
private life might make them wealthy,
but which iu the government service
mean not even increased salary. Just
a little while ago, the government ad
vertised for a laboratory assistant in
physic?, "having at least two years'
college experience," and offered him a
salary of §G00 a year—not much en
couragement either for college work ov
for devotion to a scientific career.
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FINE PLAYERS IN
AIM
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All lis Mem&ars Ilav3 Been
Careful.) Selected,
WILL FROBUCE COMEDY.
Their
Offering Will
Be
The Anli'ii Drama Company has been
organized fur the sole purpose of pre
senting only tlie highest form of drama.
It lias Ion ,'
Ihm
Their offering this season will be
the "Taming of the Shrew,'' or, as It is
perhaps more generally known, "Kath
arine and Petruchio." Many people
do not realize that our greatest drama
tists also write comedies brimful of
fun and humor. The "Taming of the
Shrew" is a comedy in the truest sense
of the word. Shakespeare took a
theme as old as the world itself. He
found his situations and story ready to
hand iu a medieval Italian comedy,
and he wrote it in a direct fashion,
with more of workmanship than he
has put into any of his other farces.
Without question it will serve to the
end of time as the best possible stage
expression of the sure appeal made to
human laughter when a feminine ter
magant is subdued.
The Anion Drama Company will he
costumed historically and richly. They
will play tlieir parts according to the
best methods of modern acting, follow
ing tradition wherever possible. At all
times they will carry out the spirit
and enjoyment given them in the lines.
The cast has been carefully chosen
and several times rearranged in order
to produce the most harmonious effects.
The production lias been carefully
planned and staged. We feel sure that
every student, every man and every
woman who wants a go entertain
ment full of laughter will enjoy the
"Taming of the Shrew."
Special scenery adapted to a Chan
tnuiiua platform lias been provided.
To see this one production is worth
the price of a season ticket. For the
afternoon prelude short popular plays
will be used and just as carefully pro
duced and staged.
HOMER
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iff
HOMER T. WILSON.
to look at, and before he begins to
speak—a man whom people instinctive
ly 'warm to,' whom they know to be
a man by the poise of his head, by the
soldierly build of him and by the way
he looks at them. And when he speaks
they see they were correct in their
diagnosis. He is a man, and a man
who has something to say that other
men want to hear, which they must
hear. And there are the convictions
back of the words that give them pow
er, a tenderness in the voice that gives
them music, and the man behind the
leetnre that give* it sincerity. That's
Homer T. Wilson. No wonder people
go to hear him."-Robert J. Burdette.
RALPH E. BOILEAU.
Mr. Boileau. as manager and bnri
tone of the Quaker Girls orchestra of
last season, comes out this season with
what he believes is to be the strongest
organization of his career. It will be
heard at the coming Chautauqua.
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"Taming
of tho
Shrew"—Players Will B«
Richly Costumed.
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Mr. Klias Day's ambi­
tion to offer to the Lyceum public a
company capable of giving some of our
greatest Kngiish dramas. With this in
view he lias been carefully .selecting
members for such a company aud now
presents the Anleii Drama Company.
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WILSON.
Mr. Wilson occupies an enviable po
sition in popular favor, llis wide ex
perience as a Chautauqua speaker has
established him in the hearts of thou
sands who have been charmed by his
wonderful lectures. Ills magnetism,
the passion of his eloquence and the
pleasing How of his humor are equal
ed by few uien.
"Once in along while—not very often
—there steps out upon the platform
a
man whom it does the audience good
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OUR
THE REAL
CELEBRATION!
HOT SPRINGS, So. Dak.
Baloon Ascension and Par
achute Leap, 5000 Feet
Bands: Edgemont and Rushville
Big Decorated Auto Parade
Hub and Hub Hose Race, Crawford vs Rushville
Water Fight, Rushville vs Crawford
Many Other Attractions
Program Saturday, July 4th:
io:oo a. m. Decorated Auto Parade, ist prize $40: 2nd
prize
11:30 a. m. Oration, L. H. Hedrick. City Park.
12:00 m. Dinner.
1:00 p. m. Band concert.
1:45 p.m. Free for all 100 yard dash for men. 1st prize
#10 2nd prize $5.
2:00 p. m. Boys foot race, 15 years and under, ioo yards.
1
st prize S3 2nd $2.
2:r5 p. m. Novelty shoe race, ist prize
$2
2:30 p. m. Hub and Huh hose race, Crawford vs Rush
ville. Purse $75.
2:45 p. m. Greased pole*and greased pig. Purse
3:00 p. m. Life saving exhibition Minnekahta Block bv
Chief John Mueller.
3:45 p. m. Baloon ascension and parachute leap.
4:30 p.m. Water fight, Rushville vs Crawford. Purse $50.
7 00 p. m. Band concert.
Big Bowery Dance at City Pavilliori afternoon and night.
Program Sunday, July 5th
2:00 p. m. Ball game. Rapid City vs Chadron.
5:00 p. m. Baloon ascension and parachute leap.
Don't Miss This Big Celebration
J. C. WHALEY, Marshall of the Day.
fNCACEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
EDWIN J. HADLEV'S FAMOUS
EXHIBITION MOTION PICTURES
FEATURE SUBJECTS
Record Ascent of Himalaya Mountains,
Feet—Five Miles Above Sea Level
By the Duke of Abruzzi,
In Line of Descent to the Throne of Italy.
W O N E A I N E O S
Festival in India Lakes of Luzerne—Switzerland
The River Rhine—Germany
Great Naval War Game—Torpedo Boat Attack
COMEDY AND MAGIC
Wonderful Coats Bewitched Bedroom 20th Century Dream
JACK'S THRILLING AUTO JOY RIDE
MORRIS GRAND
TUESDAY, JULY 30th Children 15c, Adults 25c
PHOTO INSURANCE
kind of AMATEUR FINISHING is the sort that
gives the assurance of the best results possible. There's
a knack in Film and Plate Developing and Picture Printing
which comes only after long experience.
WE HAVE TH KNACK
We don't do this work like a machine, but every Roll of
Film, every Dry-plate gets the Individual Treatment it re
quires.
That FILM you want "Specially Good",
LET US DEVELOP FOR YOU.
REASONABLE PRICES AND SERVICE AS PROMPT
AS THE QUALITY OF OUR WORK WILL WARRANT
Prompt attention to MAIL ORDERS.
HOT SPRINGS STUDIO
HOT SPRINGS. SOUTH DAKOTA
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