Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 16, 1928 · Page 7
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 7

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Orm?iH» This of Om fin*. attraction of tos Twin. City . Oct. gwwsni! tetwwrt Sn tt» forth of the lycwwm "T W o Men Were Kill^cl In Two mm. on? in F ^ i. -<i«. ws, y* "r <» -IT"- "¥** j9t "*" ^ - ^ f - n r ,-iT F, »»,*-«. ••••w*» « t •, v«- •"•*?• ^^•"i^F"" **" ^ wl " *'' f second number will Iw on . '* Bnron-Metw- Co., ent<!Ttaln«rs. Carl Brown and Olsn Mersey compose this «.n!«n«5 company and they hwsn » program that is gratifying In tl» extreme. cotwtettaf of vs*»I K>te and duct*. pl«so solo*, readings, cest«i»ed sketches raBstcal numbers pl»y*<3 on be»Btt- fn! eatbedml chimes Whote*of*w! humor, fora nwl "snap" are plentl- ful to ttuHr program, which elicits praises froca aadienesM «m* where. On TttAKf, 4*n- 1». the Diatorgto family csretawbta, he&«Scd fc>y Stem* Tbomss Dl Giorgio, who tans a record of SO years successful cxperlenc* as »n orchestra cotiductor, will present R Tarted program. The father, mothar and two daughters; compose the orchestra and they play the piano, violin, cornet and either trombcna or Alpine horn, then change to a string quartet of violin, otlto, mandolin and guitar. They play the bright, spectacular music of Italy or the dream songs of the tropics with equal expression and skill Sigaor Dl Giorgio formerly conducted tha celebrated 46-piece DUetanti mandolin orchestra of Minneapolis and the Minneapolis ladles' orchestra. For many years he was solo baritone and director of the Minneapolis Symphony or chestra. Signers DiGiorgio is an expert ooraeUst and cellist 8ig- norina PortunaU te a highly accomplished accordionist and xylophon- lat and Blgnortna Adeline is one of the most talented and popular violinists on the Redpath list Five Filipino young men, all hav- JOHN », Jflt, RiraiWBSSi f"9WH^--»ohn D. Rockefeller, Jr., is tJn« a lot of ple««ire oat at UHS BodEtfelkr-Snanccd restoration in the historic city erf WttKsanitBMI?, Vs., "Mrthplacc of the nation," these pictures indicate. Atxwe tarn Rockefeller, orse of the world's richest men and Uncle Alex Ffeasanta, O5*e-Mnae stav® and Wllliamsburg's oldest rrsl- dent. It was hard to convince Uncle Alex ha actually was meeting th» great John D^ Jr., awi Mocfeefeller got a good laugh cmt of his doubts ing been students In Amwlcaai universities, compos® The Filipino Collegians," who will be here Tuesday, Feb. 13, with their banjos, mandolins, bass guitar, violin and piand. A typical Philippine setting transform* to» stitge appropriately for the appearance of these musicians, white ttoay play such nam- ber« as "Tne Philippine Overture," Shuberfs "Serenad*." "The Indian I^ove Call," "Philippine Bolero Overture." "BH» fflttes," "Miami Shore." and "Katl&as," a popular Philippine march. There will be real fun and real music when "Taggart^ Old Time Fiddlers" givs ttielr program here on Tuesday. Feb. 28. Their cnter- talntnebt is entfrely unique. Charles Taggart Is not only a Ilddlcr, but he is a story teller and a famous entertainer, a ventriloquist and pianist Daniel Ross, another fiddler, is n Scotchman and gives a Scotch fiddler act in costume. He has playrd the part of the Scotch fiddler In several famous plays ond the mountain fiddler In "Little Shepherd o Kingdom Come." Perley Klark is a Yankee from the "Old Granite State." and an orchestra leader o note in Mew England. How these fiddlers can fiddle the old timo Jigs and hornpipes, and there is a good laugh in their comedy sketch, "The PineviHe Orchestra." Shumate Brothers close the course . O. I... Sowrrr,, 40, was killed <?tTurk by sn stitoinobllp driven, C. H. HRSS of LStchfWd. Th« dentifiwl man *a r < struck by ttw torooh!)p of L. A. Dann«-r of Both m^ the hard road. The Canadian Department AgrScxilturc has placed tn «tt«ct new regulations covering th8 grading of apples, peaches, and ST TOOK WIFE 5-rj» n' the IT * " ;s . 7*1* *' , Tois.n go! o\i< '! f Fn .'T hv .To*<n N. K>i!v. N. Y. «Hv by t--.. . . , w>!'] Mr Forbes iWntly. "is hn-a- i' BHck.s hnv? been soid in ?,". h«vp i^fn sb!s to gn' the bieg^t Vr>T>r - ^ uri? iK nnsnclM. Indurtrlal, "r»l!ro»di and Pr'™ *ctiml!y b»low whst th^y f>»r)»rs In Anwrlra tn If constipation Af3R«n* FW Ttas Seoti Rid* 73Wm of lAa ti-- to and off*n«tT8 to othsn — c*nnot b« «W9«a by loc*l tr«Man»nti. Oft«n Co»ett 1» the (oare« of tb» trooblo »• 14 sick headaeb*, timiie*, dtuln«M lonatifnn. lnTOT«*r»,ml>llon»otB»op b*T»> found <J»rur'« Utti* Ltrtr JHL11» th» qatekect. »!••« nllef Dorothy A. Loudon Lecturer and Dcmomtraior Invites your attendance at the Free Cooking School to see the EASY Washer in demonstration. "I highly recommend the EASY Washer and will tell you why it has become so popular," says Mrs. Loudon. The oldest UUC«UT« pills to and tbe lanmtt *«UIDK. Orer tllis today-only SKceata for «9pUl»*S •II drot ikrre*. IntJtt on tb* (MMSB* to th* old familiar red wrapper. -—Over 30 dozen in this spedal bargain event scheduled for Wednesday morning opening. . __We have had ghirfc sales im the past and we doubt if the future will allow UB to offer valuWiBachnstirthis^otHaffiBm — Fine madras, broadcloths, and |&cap&r4 weaves of Wilson Bros, make—-neckband with two collars to match, atfedilHaimdered, and attack soft, that have Wilson Bros.* suggester retail price tags still on them. The average former retail price is in the neighborhood of $§JQ»—many fine shirts at $4 and $4.50 in the lot Plain whites, pastel shades, tans, green, orchid, as well as staple patterns for general purposes. Wear a clean shirt every day at this low price. Stock up for your Fall needs at this very low price. 2 for $3 oynton Co* _ H^. .___ How would you like a washer the children could play about without harm-^^ no old fashioned button-smashing, crease-pressing wringer—one that would damp-dry a whole batch of clothes ready for the line in less than two minutes—do it while the big 'tub washed? That is what the latest EASY Washer does. The old-fashioned wringer has been replaced by a separate damp-drying tub. This new device extracts all the water automatically. It is faster, safer, easier, gentler, A gas heater under the large tub provides hot water. A trouble-free pump empties all water. No lifting nor carrying water. You just boss the job with this superb new EASY. j»y*pOTiiit1iyrrm&iii«fi'f*^^ TEN THINGS you will like best about the DAMP-DRYER •j Safe—oo*spo»«dm<y»io« •*• paruu iomstic, 3 Romoves w»t*r «aor« xeody thaa moa deliaue toiadicatt. 4 eoi cr&ck sUk oc nqroti gacmciau. £ Breaks no biutoas "oe metal Takes out oior« 8 L«*vcs clot&c* «vealy d«ait> Had fr*« £rom d*«p, 9 10 2 tbe At*tf fatitt with 4-fycle gt&oliM* motor for femes witbmt

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