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THE BBATTLEBOTCO DAILY REFORMER, MOXDA Y, JAXUARY 17, 1021.
of labor iu President SPORTING BURNHAM'S MEN ' TO BE GUESTS post of secretary Harding's cabinet. J ins action was taken in response a remiest on the part of 1'resuient Harding for a recommendation by rail-' road men. Attending the meeting were! National President K. H. Muton and; National Secretary AV. T. Heacox, of 1 '!iicaa;o. Eeci-Htary Heacox was in-' dorsed for membership on the liailroad , Labor board. A copy of the indorsement of Mr. Fid ler was "sent to President-elect Harding. S TEXTILE WORKERS PLAN BIG EIGHT BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Paints Who Finished Pool Tournament 9 Ahead of Williamson's Men, Will Furnish Supper. It is over but the eating and Cap tain Williamson's men will be obliged to fsirni.-h tie supper for Cap tain K. K. I'.ui nliamV team as a resiiit of the pool tournament which closed at the Odd Follows' temple Saturday. Buriiham's men led iu the tournament bv ('.'.I iMints in total scores of L'.Ul-'U to 2,W1. The supier will be served at the temple Friday night. Three games were p'aved last wee!:, and in these the Williamson aggregation gained eight points in sc.- res of 1-11 to "133. In the following results of last week's matches Uurnhain's man is named first in each pair: .1. Atkinson 31: W. 1. llaimum ."II: Krnest Johnson 4'.. li. iiustatVon .10; F. Harris no. Will Mil ler -11. CLAIMS GOV. MEAD PROMISED HIM FARM Amnlga mated Association Promises Assistance to Prospective Protest Kui la id Man Against suit for $30,003 WANTS EMPLOYES oil- armer Crings Estate Governor. 17. Frank well-known Jan. of the n. resi- or many years, snper- TFAM Takes Four 1 Points Fell.nv Team A won a bowling match wit! II AS I.ASV TIMF. G on r::n Te.im Alleys. tour point team Odd G on . in the the Odd Fellow-. ;.Il.vs Saturday evening. ai thougli it was not necessary to pat up much of a light for the palm. The team scores were 1..M1 f.ir team A to 1.1 3S for tenia G. None of the singl" strings nor thre -sti itig totals by either team ver SC-UV ospecia !h F llou ing ai! the TFAM A. Pike. ST 71 !! -27,r, Fiml-ev. 7.". SC, C'.l L'3l Hawkins. S."i 77 11. HanN. !'. 7. S7 'JoS lloll.n.ok. 71 sc. .;' '."" 1 Tola! -. 41! :'.!is --PJ7 1 ."J J I Team G. 1 ' " I,. Harris. 7t' 7". 7! I'-ln looker. On 7:; vj Howe, .; ;: . r. t iv,i M'illinms. !1 v;; si 1T.S O. 1. Stowell. SI si 7.-, 1!3S Total- CAFDOCK TKAlMMi Iowa Grappler ('citing in Ti'.le Match with NFW Y KK. Jan. 17. loek. Iowa grapi'ler, haih "with a thousand holds." vesterdav to complete hi; lVi 3S-J 371 1.1 3S van noi T. Fine Trim for I-wis. Fail Cad d as the man arrived here ; training for his championshii) mat struggle against Fd (St rangier I Lewis. Kentucky" wres tler, who recently relieved Joe Steelier of the heavyweight title. The men will clash Jan. -i in a tinisli bout at the Seventy tir-t Itegimeiit: Siriuor.v. Ciiddock. upon his arrival, declared hiniselt in excellent Tilidition and pre pared for a hard test against the newly -rowneil champion. The b.wan said he weighed It M pounds, an increase of live pounds over the weight "he carried when he last appeared here. Cadd ick. on the strength of his victory over Lewis last spring, evinced confidence in his ability again to fur.- the s!uhh'rs of Lewis to the mat, despite the hitter's ruhing lieadloek. which has downi-d the Ken- tuck ian's riv The Iowa his training ; he will be i!s in previous wrestler plans t Croat Neck, assisted by a training partners. i;i several matches through this activity has perb c ondition. stiird' gaged matches, to complete L. 1.. where number of He has en recently. and attained su- FFTLANn. P.'.Hneliatd. om ! nls of the city. intendent at the Howe Scale company, liutkuid's largest industry, has brought suit in Rutland county court against the ctate of eX- .iovernor John A. Mead to recover the sum of .SoO.OiKt on an alleged ontract. The c'aiin is an appeal from probate c urt. where it was disai! -wed. Mr. Iilanchard alleges in his appeal that in l'.HU. he mr.de an agreement with e.v-G vernor Mead, who was also presi dent and principal owner of the l!;we S ale works. Fnder the alleged agree ment, he was to work at the plant, look after the Mead building, located at ter street and Merchants liow. al bo manager of the large Mead farm, lo cated in the southern part of the city. He declares that the salary he received was rather small, but. according to the alleged agreement entered into, ex-Gtv-ernoi- Metid was to give to Mr.' Iilanch ard and his wife the farm, which is val ued at over S."t(UMl. The plaintiff fur ther a'Yges that a will anil deed were made by ex-( iovernor Mead giving the property to him and his wife, the deed to beciine cti'cothe with the governor's daih. The declaration alleges that both the will ami the deed .were placed in the cu-toily of the late Genge I. 1 i. 1 1 1! iii. cashier of the Faxter National bank. Plaintiff says they remained there for s mie time, when, without giving Mr. I'.'anehard any notice, it is alleged, took the the bank and made gae nothing to Mr c.c-e is returnable at Holland county couf. v F.- civernor Mead died about a year atro and left an estate of about .S2.000. OIM.. the bulk vf which was lx'tpieathed to his family. His son-in-law. Carl I!. Hinsman. is executor of the will. duire." but that the tradesman is eutitled to nothing more than "mister." Nevertheless, the Englishman is not al- : ways -sure of himself in making the dis Floyd Crafts of Wilmington was regis- tinction. One of the liondon papers tered at the Frotks House vesterdav. , amused itself with the experience of a . L. II. dale of South London- - jh ueiu no loumt iiiai railway is spending the day in town. , tV St' W 2"c. 0., th" Passengers John Lucie of Northampton. Mass.. t.;al standing to be holders of first-class spent the week-end iu town with friends, .season tickets the honor of "esouire." Mrs, Fred C. Drown of. Bullock "street. ' n one day when the correspondent held who has been ill a week 'with laf.Migitis, is a fir&t-clasa ticket, lie received a letter improving. " i i :. . ft" the compaiiy; addressed "esquire." oui ou iue next uay w nen ne transrerreu his liatronage to second class he was hu- Mrs derry Ralph Robb and Frank Urtljey ?f -H ike. MasN., were visitors here Suiul Hol-i ty with friends. fnuliated to lind himself . relegated to Uie via .t rosier. clerK at Miles & So Thu gntnMnan iWs4 a burles(1ue ety uocery store is conlined to lys home w ith ,uoi!B,. f,f the word. When the Conqueror ..... ii. j.r.vi.. liluc: 111 II 1. l l-Llll II' a severe cold. Miss Mildred C TO REFUSE CUT to Halifax to substitute in 'ia school six weeks. Miles of (Ireen street has as teacher Tixe to Strlhe Not Kelieved Opportune at Present But When It Is Determined Kffort Will He Made to Restore 22 i Per Cent, leaders Say. BOSTON, Jan. 17. Representatives of the unions in many textile centers of Massachusetts and Rhode Island affiliated with the Amalgamated Textile Workers were authorized at a meeting here yester day to report t; their organizations that the Amalgamated was pledged to render (Vn- all support possible, both moral and linan- cial, to any local branch v declare a strike as a protest ' recent lv announced wage New England mills. j A. J. Muste. secretary of the amalga mated, said after the meeting that if any 'mill in Lawrence attempted t: open under the reduced wage scale a strike would be called in that mill. i lie said in Vesterdav's meeting it was voted to invite independent er in Ponlrney was of Mrs. Nellie Miss .Alice i!inore of a tuest over the week-end (ireeiiw.iod of High street. Noriiian Howe -anil son. Perry Howe have been confined to their home on al street with a throat trouble. " Mrs. F. L. Roberts, who has been can lined to her home in Barber building sev eral weeks by illness, is out. again. Robert (i. Co;, nibs, who had a position as traveling salesman, began working this morning for Kolstad, Taj lor & Co. "Mrs. Minute F. Webster came' today frnjm Lynn. Mass., on aec.iunt of the. ill i ness of her mother, Mrs. II. M. Brazer. ' Miss "Alice Leonard, liockkeeper in the Huntress-Adams store, is ill ii her home on Chupin street and under .the care of a physician. f I Harry How ard, who is employed in Lin e dn. N. Ii.. was a visitor in town yester day, iu the home of II. S. Killelea of Birge street. ! .Miss Marion Murphy finished work Sat urday at the Brattleboro China stoic. She began working this morning in Barber's music store. textile work-1 .Mrs. esiey Insli. wlio find been ill a ; " to protect their rights ami to negiu v.eeK wiiii a sioniacii ir-unie. rcumi mediatelv an intensive organizing cam- work this morning in the Huiitress- i. who could afford cushions to sit on at an -audience were known as "esquires" or "esq natters," and those who had to sit (Hi hard wooden seats were called "mis ters." I : The real derivation of the word 'is, as every one will remember, from "escuyer," old French for "shiled-bearer." ami s. ,ohme to be applied to the chief retainers of knights. When the feudal days passed ipo. worn remained. .New ork Herald. i-.tut icnn. The contemporary does not! unoiit the matter, one way or the other, but it does believe that "if there is any one who more1 deserves recognition for ser vice 'and who promises better service in return for recognition of this kind, he has sue e-sfuliy concealed hinisdf up to this time."' Judge Weeks, as many people of the state, know, is .the ineslut director of state institutions and a member of 'the s-tate board of control; and it was for lri Work in these 'departments that ho i.s so stronaly ' commended by the. .Ran dolph -"paper. There is no doubt' that Jud io Weeks . is an earnest, faithful worker, thoroughly interested in the state. There is no doubt, too, that he will be considered' anions the possibilities "when it comes time to select a man for the Re publican nomination less than two years bonce. In the meantime it will be weil to file his name away for future leiereuce aloiit; with orders which are expected to be brought forward. ,-hich should against the reduction in pa:gn aim cont rolled the the workers of every American Woolen , ex-tOVi1tlr Alead, will and deed from a new will which . Blauchard. The the March term of and by this means try to prevail uimui the to refuse to accept the jj' .. per e cut announced at the company's workers cent wag mills. PI TNFV. Frank Howard went to New York city to the automobile show with his brother-in-law, A. L. Tripp, and Mr. Roberts of the Roberts Automobile Co. The installation of the officers of the Greenwood Woman's Relief corps will be held Tuesday evening. Jan. IN. A sup per will be served. All menders are re quested to be present. Mr. Monroe, the new station agent, has moved his family here from Fast hampton. Mas--., ami is occupying the house on the Mary Gates estate. Mr. Monroe has leen boarding at Merritt Howard's and his family were there over Sunday. The officers of the Grange were in stalled Tuesday evening. Jan. 11. An oyster supper was st wj:s the outcome of the men and women Miss Sylvia Derrv ved. The supper a content between in their programs. A. M. Corser and Time Not Ripe (o Strihe. ; LAWRENCE. Jan. 17 Assurance t hat "when the time is ripe Fnited Textile Workers of America, backed by the American Federation of Labor, will seel to have restored to them the 1I"J per cent wage reduction taken from us through the manipulation of the employers" was given employes of mills in this city by Vice President Thomas F. McMalion of the Fnited in a statement issued after a meet ing of the local branch of the organization yesterday. He reminded the operatives that bin organization on January 1 had (advised mill workers not to strike as the time was not oportuiie. At the meeting plans were laid for ef forts to strengthen the organization among Law re nee operatives. ) The one big union also met yesterday and it was announced that a "council of notion" had been unanimously indorsed and that whatever action the council might take would be in accord with the recent Essex county labor conference at Salem and with the recent movement for local councils of all labor among the shoe workers of Haverhill. Lynn and other centers. A conference was called for Jan. L'ti. to w hich l opresentatives of all lalmr organizations in Lawrence will be invited. mill , Adams store. O.. i Aliss I!ose l):lvi who .lyint tli.- end in town with her siter. Miss Harri t e'.t Ihtvis. returned this afternoon to her ' home in South Londonderry. James- Irish went Friday afternoon to l timers rails to visit until yostenlay with !iis lather. Wesley Irish, who is manager f the E. Crosby & Co.'s grain store. Mis-; Hazel Metoalf. who had been at her ho, ne in East Hover several weeks on account of ill In-all h. resumed w ork today in the otiices of the IIolstein-Friesian asso cia t ion. Miss Anna Scanlon of Northampton. ' Mass., was here esterday. coming to see , her sister, Mrs. Louis Levesque, who is i uivalescing in the Melrose hospital fol lowing an operation. Mrs. J. C. Murphy and Miss Minnie Murray left today for a visit in Worcester ami Boston. Miss Murray is having a two-weeks' vacation fr.un her work in the telephone exchange. I Gilm.-.n Ellis, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Irv ing Ellis of I'.alli.tk street, underwent an operation for the removal of tonsils Sat urday in tin- Memorial hospital. Ir. G. C. Berkley of St. Albans was the surgeon. Rev. ("ark T. Brownell 1 ft this morn ing for Burlington to attend a conference of the state board of promotion and com mittees of th,. Vermont Baptist Conven tion. The meetings will be held tonight and tomorrow. MILLERS FALLS-WOMAN SHi'IDE. HEADS KEENE FOOTBALL TEAM. Clarence .1. Brazil, a Junior, Chosen Cap-t- - ( f lt21 Eleven. KEENE. N. II.. Jan. 17 Clarence J. Brazil, a member of the junior class at the Keene high school, h:-.- been chosen to lead the f lotball team on the gridiron next fall. His ability to pilot the eleven in the games last season and his popu larity among his schoolmates won f r him the honor. Brazil is a'.su a member of the baseball and track teams at the high school and has won his letter in those two (-vents. He plays second base on the nine and features iu the hurdles in track. He won a place at the interscholast ic meet at Brattleboro, A t., last Mav. HARRISON TO RETURN. Speculation as to New Governor-General of Philippines. MANILA. P. I.. Jan. 17. Gov. Gen. Francis Burton Harrison of the Philippines has announced t hat lie will leave the Philippines for the Fnited States March - . He will make the trip by way of the Suez canal and London. There is much speculation here re garding the m-w governor-general to be s'ppointed. It is said in official circles that unless the vice-governor. Charles E. eater, who is now in the Fnited States, returns to the Philippines before the de partiiiv of Gov. Harris. n. if will h" necessary f.-r President Hardin; prior to Oavul C-ohurn were the judges nmt they dt cided that the contest w as a tie. While the program of the women was more ar tistic, on the other hand the men's was more original and practical. The judge gave out the verdict, that the men were to furnish the supper and the women were to serve it. The men paid for the oysters and the women incident al'y did the cooking. of pies, cakes, etc.. and did the serving and the judges washed the dishes. DFMMERSTON. Members. At wcui The Hev. boi ' i. st rviec. to conn' Reception of New Sunday : ulmitted seivae six new members by baptism and cxnelience. dill ess of the morning was given by A. V. Woi.Hlworth of West Biattle who assisted I". Hluh Teller at tins Other new members ale expeeto I into the church at Faster time. Interest at the church in services being held is eood. Rev. A. V. Woodwoi th's assistance and addiess was much appreciated. Miss Hazel part of the eminar v. Miller week will leav -to attend the hitter NorthfieM Mr. Thompson. Who Had Been Treated for Nervous Prostration Shoots Self. ! MILLERS FALLS. Jan. 17. Mrs. Robert Thompson. L'7. committed suicide by shooting herself with a .'2'2 caliber pis tol yesterday morning. Mrs. Thompson had recently returned from the Farren hospital at Montague City, where she had leen treated for nervous prostration. She lived at the home of her father. Nathan W. Smith, on Pratt street, and at the time of the shooting both her husband and fa ther Were out of the house. The attending physician had warned the family to keep firearms out of her reach. A pistol, with which she did the shooting, was fa ked up in a box, but she- lmrrowed a key to fit the lock from a neighbor and waited for an opportunity when tin-men were out to commit the deed. She was a member of the Millers Falls Grange and Armstrong Relief corps. Be sides her husband and father. Mrs. Thomp son is survived by three children, the old est six and the youngest In months. "MISTER" OR "ESQ I IRE?" Ionuoner Vith Firsi-Cclass " Railway Ticket Addressed as 'Latter. . "Mister" or "Esquire"? I Vr that matter cue might ask, "Why either V" The an swer is that either is n courtesy title, whether in this country or in England ; and courtesy is a good thing, easy to be stow, churlish to withhold. There, is a fancy that the address, "Thomas Smith. E'-i." carries a litt'e more honor than "Mr. Thomas Smith." but in America "squire" means no more than "mister," if either really means anything. Matthew Arnold explained the differ ence in the English Custom by an asser tion which signified that a gentleman, or any one who is engaged in a "gentle manly" occupation, is denominated "es- EXI LOSION KILLS THREE. St. Albans, Vermont. St. Albans, so I s'posel for ye.m Hail all cieat ion bv the ears; It beat. 1 guess it did, My Stan -miths and rosso 1 th e.u s ; I'.iy .-V II other towns for The track that c 1 hei e Was thick as inch-marks on a square; The smoke Iuun off the foundry file Rose higher than the Congo spire. ;id March L'7 Phili ppi nes i.b-nt of tl "would not 1 prior t ri-on. to appoint as acting governor. continental Fnited time to reach the departure of G v tii a resident of the A res- St a'.es islands Ilar- P.ACK liailroad ITDLER FOR CABINET. Him Station Accr.ts Indorse for Secretary of Labor. SPRINGE! ELI. .Mass.. Jr.n. IT. At a laeei in.g of Vermont. New 1 1 mo shire. Massachusetts. Connecticut. Rhode Island. New York and Pennsylvania of ficials of the Order of Railroad Station Agents in this city yesterday. Harry E. Fidh-r. of Indianapolis, prominent in railrusd labor circles and chairman of the labor bureau of the Republican Na tion.-'l c.-mmittee, was endorsed for the I'd always heaid the town could do More business, and 1 'blieve tl'lC-, Than I'ilclibuig, Ttev or Hudson falls, . oil i.mcOec witu ail its wills: Great Barnum brought along snow Vs f::-.1 :i t 1 e ! il I .'I 1 1 S VoilTiT rm o i l ice on earth, he l et, St. Albans as a circus seat. t was hi.i Acetjiine Gas Wrecks a House in Bow. N. II. Two Children I. ROW. N. IL. Jan. 17. Explosion of an acetylene gas plant that was being in stalled in the residence of Arthur J. Cur tis here yesterday kiiled two small chil dren who boarded in the house, burned Mrs. Curtis so seriously that she died soon after, injured Curtis and Hugh A. Hill of Hooksct, and wrecked the house. The children were Emily Seymour, five, whose family formerly lived in Little Falls. N. V., and Agnes Knight, seven, of Concord. Several other children who boarded at the ( urtis home escaped injury. Curtis ami Hill were working over the tank of the lighting plant in the cellar, it is be- could beat lieved the tact with they were men were where cover. water came too quiciciy in con the carbide and that the lamp holding ignited the fumes. The taken to a hospital in Concord, it was said they would probably re- I louse was known as round, as Young's Hotel: I cash-draw slam and The. Weldon Well The count lv Th.e constant yank. Resulted soi n in Welden's Bank: The Fiackhn cows mve down their And nu-.de June butter up to Fall; The Boston papers told t!ie price And ket the cows a-teeling nice. Lucky Che len't Mad. It was an unfeeling married man who declared that his wife is pensive when she is not expensive. Boston Transcript. ..f.oX.Xj USB all! -. j. if fu J--. Prevent It K.t Takiu HURLEURT'S CAMPHOR PILLS A small liottle carried In your pocket guarantees you instant relief at omall cost. W'lun you SNEEZE. SXL'KFl.B or feel a CHILL comin on, take one iinmt-Jiotcly. All d-at-r9 hav ll, V tiicm. Trie o()c 1 ti, ry. L I i - I L 1 IT J ' itMije - in , i.m s, I., nil' - i all Sis says I eat 1"! 1 1 U'OO ell aiocnd bote on Albahs ' nimre nr lad d: iv;;e was ket''",("l the State. late; id. and tri:d. -.'r- -Ito 4 - e- n in Miii . - ii'i'SO'C o l Th;nil.'f.i;iviUg il."'V. rti!ro;;d vi'la"e knew it tits' y 1 the thrilling stuff disburse!. like a snow-storm cause I make the flakes fly says Best Corn Flakes Hade ,1 o7,iT Pfi Us Tt.f the railroad ye.r 1 bipnt'-ing rard: - -e c-jdr- t'rel-a t;to--id -,-ei nivhv.r woon' ''l.-.i-vers," the : scapin? , ;;'.; r til"" TO nil and singular combined f"-R ate the gazing mind. -.l l !nd "-.od Xew England -". of rnter fine renown; OVr flub w'tb distinctn P"""T. 'I " fountain lights made old younr: V.,u --tt feU you'd 1 be to eVjn St. A'bnns o-i your wedd:ng trip, nd. till cit- charter fell the vill''0Tia . ro WP Tl-r.1 1 DANIEL L. CADY whistle?" town folks pon S'ncp the 'World war. manv girls of I'razil are turning from the l.'l- and 1 l- Special Values for Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 18 and 19 Blue Label Karo Syrup; 10-pound cans . . B'ue Label Karo Syrup, 5-pound cans. Blue Label Karo Syrup, 1 -pound cans . Ecd Label Karo Syrup, 2y2-pound cans . . Green Label Karo Syrup, Maple flavor . . . $1.00 :;t; 15- ; . . . 30, 25? Mazda Oil lit Cotk'Kg ard Salad 5. Gallons, ?2.25 Quarts, G5 Pints, 35 We have a few Gallons of Maple Syrfcp to close oat at $2.25 per gallon. W. H. MILES & SON n f " i w..o ! ruk'ns a New (iovernor.' ( l'arre Times.) . With the 'new govtfnor of Vermont scarcely settled in bis chair, the Randolph Heiiiiii and Xi-ws has come out with the siie.stioo of a possibility for trovefnor to succeed Ifaitness. The eonteniiorary ad mits it is lather early to bcin the men tioning business, but its admiration for the oil son it has iu mind cannot allow the -ar to urow older without eoniim out in s-ippoi-f of .Judjio John K. Weeks of Middh'biny a. a tine man for "oveinor An Effective riuiisliment. (Rutland News.) A teacher of one of the Rutland public schools has fonu-l a remedy for the an noyance caused by the class of boys who choose to play msteau ot stuuyinii (luiiii'' school hours. ''If the boys want to play 1 will get them something to play with. she remaiked recently and on her next trin downtown she . injrchased a baby rattle. This was tied with a pink ribbon and any lal seen idling when -he should be at his books is offered the; .rattle to plav with. The trinket has not b.-tn in dcm.'ind lately for some reason. Have You Tried Barkony? Well: it will not be necessary to use nKKON'Y if you are feeling tine and in . perfect health. lint one of the greatest remedies to good health is Faith. Faith in the medicine you are taking, whoever prescribes it : and, most of all. Faith m yourself. This is best .described by Mr. (Uiest as he says : "Keep your faith in working trim. Keep it bright and glowing ; When your skies are gray and grim, Keep right on a-going. Trace and joy are bound to. be, Care won't last forever: Rest and comfort certainly Shall reward endeavor." We believe this verse to be of value to each and all who real it. Just the same as we believe IIAHKONY to be of value to eac.h and all who need a tonic and use Again we say we believe IiAIlKONY to be one of the best tonics ever sold because of the good it has d me so many people. And why should it not be good when it contains only the be.st and as pure barks and roots as this or any other country grows. A wonderful tonic to restore your health to a normal condition after the misfortune of Pneumonia. Influenza, or Lagrippe. Your health is worth more than one dollar, w is Rarkony, but that's our price on IIAHKONY. Recommended, sold and guaranteed by ('. F. Thomas, or sent direct by the Y. P. I'. Co. ,o machine lias yet been invented in France which can supersede manual la bor in the manufacture of ohumpagnt bottles. The men performing this dilli cult work "are well paid. Vermont Blood Purifier Co. mtATTLEIJOKO. VT. ; . : "f I II JE) HI 51 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a TODAY AND TOMORROW Theatre Offers The big super-production that played months at Tremont Temple, Boston p HiaJlsjlHliIaiaiHlHHH fsi a a a -.r a Cosmopolitan Froauctions fi - A PHOTOPLAY featuring a Alma Rubens More Pathos Than The Music Mate jz Cpararnountrlcwft Qlc!um- Mora Fun Than 'Potash and Perl mutter a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a LB a a a a a a a a a The song of a mother's heart made visible. The dream. of a mother's life come true. A melody of love and tears and laughter, played silently, on the , screen. . " Fannie Hurst's beautiful story of a boy's genius and a mother's love. Be ginning in the clamor of New York's Ghetto. Rising to the heights. Then ending where? r r.rrr ' A story that cries to hide its laughter and laughs to hide its tears: The night before he had been the great muscian play ing to rapturous thousands. Now he was just a" plain old mother's "baby' playing to her and the girl he : loved. Per haps he should play no more perhaps not see Jthern again. So he played "Humor esque that, laugh on life, with a tear; behind it and was gone!. .Where?. . .;.Why? . A story that blends the slum and the' aveimej, .the, din t and the music, the sorrow and smiles of. life, in a happy mel 7 '. " - ' cdy, silently played on the. screen. 'f . r ' ' Miss Arlene Perkins; Pianist; Mr. AIsbn;Dugan, Mrs. Katherine: O'Connor Weeks , SoloistVt ; t ALSO MONDAY News and Comedy TUESDAY Burton Holmes fTravelog Topics of Day Admission: Matiijee 2.39 Children . 15c ; Adults 22q . L ; j Admission: Evening v7 and 8.55 Children 15c; -Adults. 35c a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a El a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a ii a a a a a a a a a a li J a a a a a a a a a a .a far-n1,l lunrrinn-es .in,! are , enp-r:i NT. schools to tit themselve: tor ness am jM'li.lIlK aaaaaaaEaaaaaaa?aaaaaBaaai5iaaa thejirrifessior.s. -r 1 1