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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 17, 1926, Hutchinson, Kansas VEDNgSD'AV; NOVCM^ER 1?, 1926 fnn KurcT-TiNSON news; PAGE FfVE. COLLADAY SEES VICTORY FOR CAL Fonrter Hulckiiuon Man Fa' 70M Holding Republican ) Convention in Kan, City. / ' � ttMward P. Collttday, n formef ttulchlusoB boy, who in now a promluBtit attoi'hoy In Waglilng' ton, O. C.i and a luembor ot tho ttopubllenn nnllonnl " conimttteo �lttoe 1017, rojjrosoullng tha Dls-tHct ot Ooliimblit proposes Kansas Oky, Mo., IIS "tbo Ideal spot" for tho 1928 Hopubllcan nallonnl coU-irenllou. In an Intorvlow In Uia Louis- tllld, (Ky.) Courler-Joiininl Mr. . Collartny la given front page position with his photograph. Tho ConrlDr-JournnI says; "Colvlu Coollilgo H'lII bo rouom-Inalod tor Presltlont In 1028 and will win tt great victory In the election, It was torecast here l''rlrtay by ICdwanI V. Collttday, friend ot tho president. Mr. Collndny came to LonlsvlUo to represent tho Willlnnis Droth-ers, Louisville and Oklahoma turt-mon, In their suit to restrain the Kontucliy llaclng Commission from ruling them oft Iho tracks and (tsk-Ing heavy damages from moinbors ot tho comn\l3slon. "The large crowds which greeted the president In Kansas City on Armistice Day," Mr. Colladay Bald, "coming as they did hundreds ot Billes over rough country and under extreme dlttlcultlea, gave material evidence that Cnlvln Cool-Idge Is stronger In the llldlo West than, one realizes." . Mr. Colladay discounted the last Blectlonand Itsi gains by tho Democratic party, most notable In (he senate. "1 bollevo that President Coolldge Is as strong today as at my time during his adu'ilrilstra-tlon," he declared, "and that he will gain In strength during tho next two years." His friendship with Mr. Coolldge was traced by Mr. Colladay to his visit to Northampton, Mass., os a member ot the committee that notified Mr. Coolldge ot his nomination for vice president. "The president has a keen Intellect, many lovable traits mid deep sin-oerlty of purpose," he volunteered. INFORMATION Ot nny kind you-may desire about want ads Is cheerfully given. .Inst phono 4400 and nek for the classified department. Just call BD or 968 when you have nny motor trouble. Ila^land-KInga-ley Motor Co. 17-lt Read News-Herald Want Ads. DeMng On 16 Dad Business FRANK CHELEY svccm vs. fAiLVRa SOMB mU ARE SUCCESSPOi, FATHERS BECAtJSE THEY BELIEVE ihiltwry boy hiu tight to Opect kit Dtd to be a thoroughbred.. BECAUSE THEY BELIEVE th�t b�-ini a father li the greatest privilege given to tny man and take their U-thcrhood ir.nomly. BECAUSE THEV BELIEVE that �I1 boyi >re moitly good, and realiu thit they often.get bad handlhiR. BECAUSE THEY BELIEVE that con-ttant repression means ultimate ei-ploslon, to give their boye chance to have a say. ' BECAUSE THEY ARE CONVmCKD that U t worth white to study boy-behavior, u well as the stock market, the bBSabnll score, or the trend oi politics. Understanding a lad makes the Dad Business a )oy. BECAUSE, IN ADDITION' TO PROVIDING their sons well wllh the creature comtorlj, they give them also generously of Ihtmselvti-often at gr�at personal inconvenience and cost of time and money, but always counting such cost as among their very btil tavestments. BECAUSE THEV STRIVE ALWAYS to make the right thing pleaunt and the wrong thing costly, and thereby teach their boys that character is no) only deMrablt, but that it also ptty$. First Forensic Contest Tlmrsday The, extemporaneous speaking team ot the Senior high school, Al-' Ico Fontron and Burton Lyman with their nKernnto, Victor MIndlln, will go to El Dorado tomorrow to com-petp In tho tirst fqrnnalo contest ot the Arkansas Valley League. They will be accompanied by W. V. O'Connell, head ot the speech art department and Mrs. John F. Fontron.vThe teams will meet at tho El, Dorado high school at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, one hour before tho opening ot the contest. A committee has chosen 25 general subjects from magazines and these Tverc placed In tho hands ot contestants yesterday morning. Each contestant win choose three subjects, select one ot these and after n set period of preparation will appear in the contest In their order. Contestants will draw for places. � Tho Hutchinson team and chap-orones will return to WJohlta to-monow evening and attend the performance ot Will Rogers and the Do Reszko Singers at the Forum, returning hero Friday morning. , NEURALGIA OnoortwoAnll-KnmnloTableUend tuoralirla pains ttlmont IneUntly. Also pnln of hi!�dnche. rhcnmsUsm, neuritis, lumbngo, toothiche, aelatlCA. ote* Keliave women's potna. Break np colds, irrlppc. fcvoni. Banish Insomnia and nervousnnss. Prescribed by doctors and den-tlsta for 85 years. 26 inllllona used annQnlly. Sold In handy, flat tins, by all druxirlsts-Z5c A-K on ovory tablet. Anti-Kamnia Qtffc* Rallet from Faint una Athf COMING WA1UH FUK DATE e. W. O&WALfJ ON AIR At BEAUMONT, TKX, 0. W. OawAtd, part Owner of the Attorlcafl Stcom laundry who Is visiting his . father in fidaitmoht, Tex., will speak over tho Mdlo from station KPDM nt 9 o'clock Friday night according to n letter ra- Provet Mother It Vour Ctotett Friend Jersey City. Mr. J. 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