The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 18, 1918 · Page 3
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 18, 1918
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mutt HUTCHINSON NEWS. PACK TtrntTE. NAVAL BAND TO LEAVE Will Give Last Concert Tonight in I'roul of Uraiid Stand. SEVERAL FEATURE NUMBERS These Itliifjackets Have Won an Enviable Reputation Throughout Entire Stale. Following R feature concert tonight in front of the grand stand, the Great i .Hkos Niival Trulnlng Station bahd, which has been the dominating feature of the Kannaa State FVilr musical program for "the laat throe days, will leave . thtfl midnight for Ottawa where the bluejacket* will play at tne Franklin county fair. the concert tonight belhg the farewell one hero, the tara will strive to Inject Into their mualc the appreciation they feel toward Hutchinson tor its hospitality bri thelf behalf, Several feature numbers will be Included on the program, and these will include, of course, some of the selections which the famous Sousa has made Immortal. Tuesday (lie sailors played beforo thousands of Fair visitors in the grand stand and on the grounds. The crowds today, If anything werel argor. ' This mornings concert was at 10:30 o'clock, and the stirring notes of the bluejackets had hardly begkn when the hand was the steltnr attraction on the grounds. This afternoon's concert was in the grandstand. B. W. Peterson, the jazz drummer and vocalist, and 0. C. Conrad, tho cornetlst and assistant director of the band, will be featured In tonight's program. Since coming hero Peterson has sung his way into the favor of nil who have hoard him, even as the band Itself lias thrilled and Injected the spirit, of American music Into Its spectaors and llseners. Since starting on Its present tour, which includes four of the principal Kansas cities, the bluejackets have won an enviable reputation throughout the Btate, and those In charge of •g^w^ SAVES Fail Opeuing Sale — You Good Money on Your Shoe Bills &H f \C. ' )U >' B t '" s ' ,oot jo.yj au s ,'*- ea ' gray and brown kid vatnp with light corkscrew cloth top to match, worth $10.00 $6.95 buys this military boot in all tan Russia calf, or in be^t gun calf, or gray kid vamp with cloth top to match, Alll three styles^ worth $10 00 the band have received dozens of requests from cities not on the Itinerary for the services of the tars. "1 have heard yoar band In Topcka atad Hutchinson, add It plays In the Kansas language—the kind of music Kansas people like," was the assertion made this morning by a man seeking the band for his home town, In laylhg his-request before those In charge of the band. From Ottawa the band will go to Kansas City, and arrangements are now being made to have It officially open the Fourth Liberty loan In the JTenlh Federal Reserve district, nftcr which it will tour Kansas In the Interest of the loan drive. FOR THE WHEAT <S> <$> <$» 4> <?» <?>. A > <^ 3> <J> '?> Topokc, Kansas, Sept. 18.—"The ground Is In good to excellent condition for sowing wheal, except in the north central and some 6C Die western counties, "nays the weeckly report of S. 15. Flora, federal meteorologist, Issued today, "and seeding has begun In all parts, except In some places In the extreme west where It Is too dry. In many places 2 per cent of tho crop Is already In the ground." The report states that throughout the eastern half and In most of the western counties, present Indications point to a materially Increased acreage of wheat. Full apples are being picked but the crop Is light. Corn is past frost danger and most of the cutting is done. TWO DAYS VACATION School Children. Will Have Two Days for the Fair. There will be no school hold tomorrow or Friday In any of the buildings Stopt. .1. O. Hall announced today. These two days will give the school children and the teachers ample opportunity to attend the Fair and not seriously Interfere with the studios. You'll like Major when he talks to vou about bailey Light and Power. "Ueno-Uuick Co. 16-Ct. GET YOUR MILITARY TRAINING At Cooper College. Cooper College hae been added to the list of Kansas Institutions to have a Student Army Training Corps. They are preparing to take care of 100 boys. There is still room for more. Military training begins Oct. 1, but send your application at once, as the number is limited Full uniform, freo tulton, room and board, and tbo pay of a private. This is the young man's chance. Address Pres. II. T. Campbell, Sterling, Kansas. 18-2t. The Twentieth Century way of harvesting, cut and thresh at tho same time. Learn how today. See the Combined Harvester Thresher at The International Harvester Compafiqy's exhibit at the Fair. 14-Ct SPECIALS FOR FAIR WEEK C ill to All Wool Materials. Serges, Poplins and Gabardines. COR AH OUllS* Colors: Navy, Brown and Taupe *p&*J»\J\J /^sxofc Plushes, Velours and Broadcloths. Big range colors, CO ^l C\C\ V /UalO approved styles. Up stairs price «P asV«J«V/V/ Rl <AOOAO All Wool Serges, Jerseys, Panamas, Tricotines, f Q OC 1/1 CbOCO Satins, Crepe de Chiues Taffetas. . In all colors «P»«Od and sizes & Upward Dr6SSCS ^ ne '°'>' er 8 es al1 ^ S'" 18 ! specially priced'for. Fair OO Waists, Geor ^ettS, special this \veek $5.00 Cotton Wash Waists, special 95c Petticoats, special for this week $1.98 Opposite Kress 10c Store 108 1-2 North Main MARLEY Ui IN. DEVON 2H IN. ARROW COLLARS CLUETT, PEABOOY * CO., IfJC. MAKERS NET" IS THE VOGUE FOR NEW NECKWEAR This year more than ever it Is the little things In milady's wardrobe that countX When war economy stands but one frock or one suit It is necessary to find little accessories which will camouflage them once in a while and make them look like new. Neckwear seems to be the most important of -these accessories. Organdie was the most popular fabric for collar and cuffs during I ho summer months, in fact, It was really the ragcr The new fall neckwear, however, is a far cry from organdie. It Is, net and filet lace. Perhaps the'reafon for tho change is tho fact that organdie crushes so very easily that It would not bo attractive after being worn under n heavy coat of fur. The dainty collar and vestee pictured is of val laco and net. It Is matte with a rather conventional collar in the back but tho front has the new Jenny neckline with a wide net Trill edging it. The front of tho ves­ tee is trimmed with tiny, ruffles of tho lace. Such a collar is especially attractive when worn with Eton frocks or suits or with such a novel sweater as the striking one pictured. This sweater is a slip-on model of a rich shade of brown with yellow stripes on the broad lapels. A fancy stitch is used tor the blouse part while tho peplum is purled. Tho color combination Is unusually attractive for fall wear. THEY WOULD COME BACK. Inhabitants of St Mlhlel Salient Would Get Back Home. (By Associated Press.) With the American Army In Lorraine, Monday Sept. 16.—Plans are already under way for the re-occu- patlon by the French population of the territory of the St. Mlhlel eall- ent, from which they were driven out four years ago and which was retaken last week by tho American offensive. SCOICB of persons are requesting American officers for permission to return to their homes. One delegation applied today for permission to return to St. Mlhlel or to send a committee to recover money buried there. Tho officers were told that when the Germans appeared many persons fled hastily and not knowing when the Invasion would end, had burled in Hardens and olhor places little, stores of gold, sliver and jewels. . W. U lllnshaw, Plevna, Kans., used an International Combined Harvester Thresher this year—result: Saving of one-half in threshing expense. See It today at tho Harvester Company's exhibit at the Fair. 14-Gt See that man Heaps about Republic Trucks. Henu-Iluiek Co, lfi-6t. Purple is tho dominating eoler in autumn millineiy. This store caters to men—and to women who buy for men—offering every inducement of service pleasing to its patrons. Grand clothing values can now be found in our fall and winter lines of Society Brand and Hirsh-Wickwire suits and overcoats and furnishings for men and young men. 1/ • i -a Wetproof Steel Lined Shot Shells D OUBLE your cluck hunting luck in rough weather with the right ohotahella— Remington UMC Smokclesa "Arrow" or "Nirro Club" V/etproof Steel Lined "SpecJ Shell*," made to atay dry and firm as a bullet no matter how wet the pocket that contains them, and shoot right, *W\'th the right sheila in your Remington without charge. You will not he able to UMC Pump Gun or Autoloading Shot- see this improvement hut you will know gun there will be no bitch at the critical it ia there when yon pur it to the teat of moment—no gun jammed with a water- shooting under conditions which only soaked and awelled shell—no Wetproof shelLj can stand. fizzled shots from mushy turn- F ~if>f7l}n<i/rtft Tt -it i i • over, of the. hell ends. KZiJltfr^ ^ ,t ' 3l H ~* %Jljm\s _ smooth as usual, with the Remington UMCSmokeleaa for Shooting Right turned-over end entirely firm and top wad flat. If you can detect any difference in the results iu ahooting them when they "ought to" he good and wet, you will be the first to aucceed in doing so, The same highest dependability and performance qualities M always In' Hack iowJer shells, buy the old reliable "New Club," now ^Vetproof sealed at turnover and top wad. ."Arrow" and "Nltro Club" ^^etproof Steel Lined "Speed Shells** are completely proofed against wet by a wonderful and exclusive process, which it took three years to perfect. This improvement costs you nothing. Just buy the same favorite ""Arrow" or "Nitro Club ' brand, as usual, at the regular price. You will get the Wetproof improvement extra. SeJdJfy Snorting Goods Draft r a m Your Community , Clem t*d oil your fua with REM OIL. the combination Powder Solvent. Lubricwit tad Ku#t Prcvcntrr* THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY, Inc. I.argttt Miinufiieturtri ff Firttrmt anJ Ammunition in I A* WorlJ WOOLWORTH BUILDING NEW YORK CITY In Answering Advertisements Please Mention The News PETEY DINK [•[ Petey Evidently Had Something on His Mind Besides His Hat [• By C* A. VOIGHT

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