The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 12, 1918 · Page 10
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 10

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, September 12, 1918
Page 10
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frAQE TEN. .*H» HtTT6HIN80K NEwiSL ""PEACOCKS OF NAVY" this is the Term Applied lo (be Great Lakes Band. AT STATE FAIR SUNDAY Wonderful Musical Aggregation Trained Under Sousa Here lor Three Days. Frosh from the Great Iiakes Training Station, the largest navy band trained by the famous march king. John l'hlllp Sousa, will arrive In Hutchinson, Sunday lo be one of Uiu main entertaininc fiiUures of the Htato Pair next week. Thirty blue­ jacket music makers compose the dc. tachment which has been thrilling thousands throngliout the middle west with Its Btlr .rlui; patriotic airs. The hand will arrive over the Santa Pe, in a special Pullman from Topek.11, where it played its first engagement In Kansas tills week. 'Hie special car will be switched to a siding at. the Slate Fair grounds and the youthful Tars will make their home there during their sojourn 111 the Salt City. :•• "The Peacocks of the Navy"—that 1s a term which has become almost synonymous with the Great bakes musical aggregation. There IB a cer- i '!5«in snappy stride, a certain pride In bnarlng displayed hy the youthful musicians as they swing along the street, shoulders creel, heads held high and with clear cool eyes. The men have become famous for inspiring the spirit of Americanism Into the hearts of thousands who have watched them march. Not one of the sailors is over 21 years old. In fact the average age ol the organiz-atiou is years and three months. They are representative of the fine manhood at Great Lakes, where since the declaration of war, has assembled thu fine manhood of youth there to receive their tflUnlng and to go forth to keep the ocean lani*s to "over there." The navy band comes here directly to entertain the patrons of Ihc Fair and Indirectly to stimulate Interest In the.Fourth Liberty l-oan. Aside from this nppeal music lovers will hear one of the best trained musical organisa­ tions ci'er hoard in Hutchinson. • « • REAL E8TATE TRANSFERS. * • • (ttcrortwl by Hall-naglnnd Abstract Co., No. A ISafit Sherman 1 Samuel M. Miller to John \V. Gibson et al, »% NWV, 7-24-4 (except 1 acre) jl.00 James Dtikolow to Hutch. Methodist Hospital, Iraol In blk 1, O. 1). Millers add. Hutch »15,O00.00 Peter J. Waltner to Mary Saunders, tract In 3KV t 1S-26-8 $1,700.00 L>, K Kontron to Hugh Conner, lots 19,21 blk 6, Kwing-Uiown & Hnrns' add. Hutch $1.00 Nancy J. Henry, e.t al to W. K. Long, WV4 and NBV4 SWH 2B-26-8 $s,oon.oo Jcsso T. Blaine lo C. C. Johnson, NE'i 5-23-3 , $1.00 David Kcclcs to Waltor H. Jordan, lot 6 blk 1 ISccles' 1st odd. Hutch..$1.00 W. r. Kinkel to Helen .1, Spear, lots B7-GS-71-73 Kast Sherman St. Hutch. $4,0U0.00 WON PERSONAL MENTION. Y. M, C, A. Man Transferred from London to France. St, Louis, Mo., Sept. 1.—Stephen It. Drown, of St. Louis, a V. M. C. A. secretary with the American forces In Fran-ec who won the personal recommendation of a major, commandtns a battalion of United States troops for valor displayed during a severo engagement, left St. I-otiis December 10, last, for New York, whence he sailed for Rurope. He was assigned to Y. M. C. A. headquarters in London, but was transferred later to Franco for sci-vire with the American army. In a letter received by a friend here. In August, Brown graphically described the enemy attack of July 14, the fifth Kreat German offensive, but which was followed shortly hy the great allied counter-offensive in which American troops distinguished themselves, -In his letter, he tells how h-* crawled to shelter with a soldier wounded by a piece of shrapnel. Once a month choose leg of lamb for the weekly meat—In a family of four or five persons It will furnish nearly all the meat allowable for the week. ARTISTIC SETTINGS AND BACKGROUNDS NECESSARY Pavley-Oukrnlnsky Ballet Will Have Beautiful Scenic Arrangements. With what Is Raid to be the most beautiful and artistic stage aotlltiRS ever brought litre for entertainment, the coming of the I'avley-Oukrainsky ballet and the Llltl- Orchestra will be quite an event for Hutchinson. Each setting and background has been carefully designed, by the artists themselves, an dancers have a great deal of the "artistic temperament" and their surroundings must harmonize with their movements. Never has there been a like entertainment brought here. The Moth- el's' club, In looking around for some fhftans to false ihioney for the support of the Day Nursery, decided upon- bringing this wonderful aggre- gatlofi 6t musicians and ballet dah> cere.'. The type of entertainment will 'be so different, the setting bt motion to music and done by a company known to be the very best In the country. Tho entertainment will be held on October 31 at Convention Hall. Concerts si Fair Week Bright Idea. "l«mrac see one o' dem cuckoo clocks," said Mr. Erastus. "Here you are," "Could you change the tune n little?" "What's the Idea? " ."I wants an alarm clock. 1 don't take to deso hasty an' excited alarm clocks. If you could train one o' deso to cackle like a chicken, I could wolte up spry and hopeful every lime." White sauce can be kept Indefinitely. ITKNU is not an oil or grease polish that gives ' ' a sticky, dust-collecting coating to furniture. LYKNU cleans and polishes- removes all grease, dust and dirt, brings out the first, fine lustrous finish your furniture had when new, and leaves its surface perfectly clean and dry. LYKNU is the quality polish .for all kinds of furniture— mahogany, oak, walnut, chestnut, eic. It does not harm the most delicate surface, and goes three times as far. Order LYKNU of your denier today, s Three Sistei: 25c-50c-$1.00 L;knu Poli.h Mff. C f itt.burih, P«. Kansas State Fair HUTCHINSON, SEPTEMBER 14-21 Sunday, Sept. 15th .Army and Navy Day, Monday, Sept. 16th Kond Administration Day, 1 Viler Haines and Eariii'V Oldl'ield Da v. Tuesday, Sept. 17th ('altlenien\s, Uuti'hinson and Labor Day. Wednesday, Sept. 18 National Agricultural Dav. Thursday, Sept. 19th Slate Dav. Friday, Sept. 20th Libert v and Wichita Dav, Saturday, Sept. 21 Jicd Cross Dav. THE FEATURE OF THE FAIR The Government Exhibit and Movjng Pictures. The Greatest and Most Timely Attraction Ever Shown at Any Fair Amusement Attractions The Great Pyrotechnic Spectacle "The World at War" Monday to Friday Nights Inclusive Parkers Superior Carnival Shows Every Day and Night The Great Russian Dancers Every Day and Night Great Lakes Naval Band Sunday to Tuesday Inclusive Herb's Band Every Day & Night Alladin, the Wonderful Trick Horse Robinson's Trained Elephants Horse Racing Program Monday to Friday Inclusive Auto Racing Monday and Saturday FREE ACTS EACH DAY AND NIGHT ADMISSIONS: Single tlcKetn to the Fair Uruundn sUull be 50 cents. Clilldreu vrodor ton years free, when accompanied by a paid admission. Children under IS )'»«(:» of ago und over 10 years 26 cents. ADMISSION .FOR N1GIIT BNTB8TA1NMJSNT: Adult*, 26 cents; children under 15 years pf age fr^a. JJo charge, for vehicles. Uates open at 6:30 p. m. Every Uors.e.lewnpr vehicle admitted to the Fair Grounds will require a 25-oent ticket. •; General adwlsBlon to the grandstand, bleachers and standing room ?£ cents; seat In grandstand proper, 50c; roserved numbered seats 76 cents. Children under 12 years, t$ cents; 1( occupying reserved scat, 60 cents. N« war tft*. II. S. THOMPSON, President A. L. SPONSLER, Secretary Make this your Headquarters Come in and Hear Mr. Edison's Sublime . Gift to Man. - Tie NEW : EDISON "The Plionograph with a Soul" Now that Thomas A. Edison lias perfected this marvelous instrument a home without a New Edison should be as rare as one without a collection of books. Literature feeds, the brain hut music feeds the soul. And in the New Edison you get real music—not an imitation. Music is an absolute! essential to a home with any claim to culture. The New Edison Rc-Creates the artists voice or instrument with-such fidelity that nc human.ear can delect a shade of difference between the two renditions. The famous Edisou tone test has proved this conclusively. Your Home Needs Music Why Not a New Edison? Ydu may have thought tliat music was.a luxury or an amusement. This is not true, music is the soul of man struggling to express itself. "Unless your soul finds this expression which is in music, the best part of it will surely die. —Call at our store and satisfy yourself about the quality of The New Edison— The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. HENRY ZINN JOHN BIRCH FIELD J. Special Notice to Motorists We have just installed.a new tire repair and vulcanizing plant which will be in charge of an expert tire man. We will guarantee work in this department to be satisfactory; prices moderate and consistant with'good workmanship; Try us on this work. Wo Handle Auto Supplies of All Kinds Brunswick Tires United States Tires Out of Town Visitors • will find us conveniently located on South Main Street, noar R i v e r s i d o Park and the river bridge. You will l'oee ive .courteous attention at King's. Free air and water. Le a-v'e packages hero free of charge. ,• ..Mv-Cpavenioot Filling- Stationer Gasoline, Oil, Free Air,;, Free Water For Service Car Phone 3020 KING'S AUTO SUPPLY 824 South Main - Berviw Hion* 3090

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