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I EXPEflT WILL SHOW !
I HOW TO SAKE gfiEAO
Wm ' *
d Women of Fairmont Much
< ' Interested in Tomorrow's
H,
Demonstration.
f kterest of Fairmont women for the
Week center* in the demonstration
2? fmm rho
&cfi tomorrow oy ? - * ?
B Department of Agriculture of oread:
*r)?vtn^- with other than 'wheat flour*,
tag "announced before, two demonstra
B tioas will be held. <f5e at. 2:30 in the;
R afternoon, and one at 7:30 in the evenlag
Both will be held in the social ;
-rooms of the Presbyterian church i
B which is admirably adapted to such
I an event.
Br Miss Weissling of the Department
Wf ot Agriculture will give lite demon-;
wtration and will be assisted by Miss
.Marion Kepworth of the \V. V. IT.
Home Economics department. The:
^afternoon meeting is under the direcI
/ . tion of the Home Economics Depart-!
mert of the Woman's Club at-.d the!
. evening meeting will be in charge of
Joseph Rosier, chairman of ti-e counB
-ty Food Conservation Comtntttee.
The demonstration is d?sigi-ed to
Te3ch every vromai: of the city or with
B :in teach of the city or any en- whose
occupation has to do with the conservation
of the nation'". food.
I tMinm mui
I IS FSMll 39RNE0
Mrs. Mary E. Hughes, An
TnvaliH Was Heloless
When Flame Caught.
I ~~
lT- v rS.-Mary E. Hushes. wife of Owen
hughes of Grant Town died Sttnaay
evenirg at ahout five o'clock as the
result of burns she sustained earlier
in the day when her clothing ignited
from an open coal stove.
Mrs. Hughes, who was partially
paralyzed, was standing before the
stove when her clothing became afire.
Belpg unable to help herself to any
extent, the flames bad almost completely
enveloped her body before h?r
husband who was asleep in the same
room could reach her. She was horribly
burned anil survived her injuries
only a few hours.
The Hughes family came fo Grant
Town only about a month ago from
LouisTille. Ky. Mr. Hughes with his
two sons Joseph and Edward are employed
with the Federal Coal Co.
The raheral is announced to take
place on Tuesday morning at nine
o'clock from the Catholic church at
Grant Townr The body will he brought
to Fairmont on n special car and will
be conveyed to Holy Cross cemetery
by Vndortaker R. C. Jones where iny
* terment -will be made.
PERSONALS j
Born, on Friday, to Mr. and Mis. A.
R. Watson, of Fairmont avenue, a son.
The child is the fir-t son in a family
of four children.
Mrs. G. M. Allender has returned
from Cambridge a;xl oilier points in
Ohio where she had spent a month
with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. David K'.tnsl and .
? , - V f C. y-.
fiauguie1'. irene, ui vj.auvi.. .
guests for the week end of M~. and
Mrs. R. A. Shnrtleff. of View s-icet.
Mrs. Harvey Shain. who i- il Iron:
* nervous exhaustion at her ho.ne on '
Maple avenue, is improving.
Miss Winifred Murphy. 01 McKinney '
street, has recovered from a several'
% days" illness.
Ray Garvin spent t"re week eal with
relatives in Manningtan.
Mrs. F. M. Ross, who has been spending
the past three weeks witu aer son.!
A. J. Ross, at Logan, and her dough-'
ter, Mrs. F. H. Wotrinc. of Huntington. 1
returned today. ? Morgantowa PortChronicle.
Miss Nell Donley. who has been
spending the past week at the home of
her sister, Mr?. N. S. Steele, expects '
to leave Monday for Toledo. O.. where
she teaches music.?Morgan town Post-'
Chronicle.
. *> Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stealer, o' Wal-'
nut avenue, are residing temporarily i
at The Watson.
f FATALLY CRUSHED.
Ppfer an Italian need 21.
was -killed at Monongah Mines Xo. S
on Saturday evening by a fall of coal j
Hi sbody was prepared for burial at i
the Undertaking establishment of R.
L- Cunningham and will be interred}
at Monoagzh cemetery on Tuesday, i
[ DOCTOR GAVE
I THIS RUN-DOWN!
I WOMAN VINOL!
.
And She Got Well?Heri
Nervousness Disappeared j
B" Flint. Mich.?"J keep house for my
family of sis and got into a genet ally
run-down condition. 1 was week,
nervous and could not sleep: and had
headache a good deal of the time.j
My doctor, prescribed Vinol and it;
. made me well and strong. 1 am a ;
good deal less nervous and can sleep j
By Mights."?Clara Smith 1213 W. 1th I
B? Ave, Flint, Mich.
B We sell Vinol on a positive guarantee
to make nervous, weak, run
^ down women well and strong or re
torn their money. Try It anyway.
W Crane's drug store. Fairmont. Vinol
b sold at Maxmington by the Prescription
Pharmacy and at the best drag
V- afore hi every town and city in the
By. pocntry.
Fp^r:V'.f'-.t-v' v
"Yhi
AM EXTRA DIVIDEND
FDD CDNSOL OWNERS
Impression is That Biff Coal;
Company Has Had Pros- '
perous Year.
i
Speaking of the dividend winch w
declared on Friday by the direc'.jts or j
the Consolidation Coal compa" T the '
Baltimore papers say: "After tia.
meeting a statement was issued, tati- j
mating that still another melon may ;
be cat. It teas explained that the Queztion
of a stock <1 Arid end Trill be taken
up at the next meeting of the board of
directors. There is no specified time
for board meetings .they being subject;
to call.
"So statement of earnings was is- ,
sued. It is generally known, however,
that earnings for year were jiighlj ;
satisfactory. The company woui't have \
shown a big increase in coal produc-i
tion at its mines in West v.-rginia. 1
Maryland and Kentucky, bad U-e car :
situation to the mines been aaeiuaie.
The regular quarterly divi-ic-nd of
[I'.i per cent, was declaved and 10 ad- ;
dition there was an extra dividend ot .
Ihree per cent. The regular iiviaenti
is payable Jtmuarv 31, to stockholders j
o frecord on the ".'2d. The extra *'s pay-.
able February 11 to sharehold.-rs of,
I records at the ciose o? business February
1. j
Velvet Joe's Almanac
Is Alive to the Times.:
1
It takes a ready reckoner to keep a -.
man abreast ot all the new things that
have come into daily life. And if Vel-|
vet Joe hasn't discussed every live top-t
ic in bis War Almanac, he certainly;
, has covered most of the big ones.
Do you want to know just how much
, your income tax will be? There's a
handy little digest to figure it for you
on page 05. Do you know whether
there is a "no glare" automobile law
iu Iowa? Where your Red Crose money
is going? With what does the Uni-;
; ted States Navy equip each recruit?
i Velvet Joe tells you in his new Al-!
. manac.
Anyone desiring ax copy of Valvet
1 Joe's Almanac, is requested by me au- j
j ihor to drop a postal to him ar bis!
: home 4241 Folsom avenue .St. Louis.'
! and an Almanac will be sent free of 1
charge.
j The names and addresses of a few '
i friend? written on the postal will in-;
i sure "heir also receiving 9 cory. i on't I
i forget to send the names of some j
| friends in Army and Xavy camps. Vel-!
; vet Joe's Almanac will be particularly
i useful to them. r i
I Mercury Drops to
A Degree Below
Wintry blasts coupled with a tern- ;
perature of one below zero, acc 'fding I
to the government record, caused (
. many a home in Fairmont to be crilled
i on Sunday and the cold weather became
almost unbearable. A high wind j
: fanned the cold air into the faces of
pedestrians and Saturday nis'tr was!
| very cold and was felt more <t<?enly i
than usual. Some of the thermometers j
about the city and county descended ]
to 10 degrees below zero.
Another cold morning was ciperi-;
em ed today. Snow fell and the mer-!
cury dropped to 2 above.
Good Homes Found
For Floyd Children
Tu the hands of the Humane Society
Judge Vincent placed the care ?f six
children of Mrs. Mary Fioyd. of Rob ;
inson street, and already it has ioand ]
homes for all of the children among;
relatives of the family. Mrs. Floyd's j
husband died several years ago and 1
she -teas left in very reduced clients-1
stances with an exceptionally large
family. There are seven children, bat!
Mrs. Floyd has retained the babv. who i
is a year old.
Mrs. Car! Preisman and little eon j
have returned from Frostburg. Md.. j
where they had spent several weeks !
with relatives.
HEALTH AND BEAUTY, j
Clarksburg; "R". Va.?" I heard of Dr.
t Pierce's remedies
and need them
shea living in
Ridgway. W. Va.,
where ? kept a
store. I was m ? j
delicate way and
Favorite Prescription'
with '
Golden Medical
Discovery * made
m e comfortable
and built me op.
I was greatly
benefited. Am glad to recommend
them." ?Mrs. Johnson Anderson-,
* Oa TXT Ve 1
OgQOOI Ok.,
Health always brings wealth of
beanty. A healthy state of the system
comes with Doctor Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It's a medicine
prepared for woman's ailments?it
cures those derangements and weaknesses
which maVe a woman's life
miserable.
II is prepared from nature's roots
and herbs and does not contain _ a
pnrricle of alcohol or any narcotic.
It's sot a secret prescription for its
ingredients are printed on the wrapper.
Women are earnestly advised to
take it for irregular or painfol periods,
backache, headache, displacement, catarrhal
condition, hot flashes, sallow
complexion and nervousness.
If yon are a sufferer, if your daugh- '
ter. mother, aster need help, get Dr. ,
Pierce's Favorite Prescription in j
liquid or tablet form from any medicine j
dealer to-day. j
Write Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,..:
Buffalo, N. Y., for free book on woman's
diseases.
The sluggish liver can be cured by '
the use ofjDr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet*.
Biliousness, coated tongue, bad breath,
are all cleared up and banished by the
use of these tiny sugar coated granules
?purely vegetable and harmless. They
ao sot cause a habit. A
.- f \ . At" . ,
B^WEST rVIEfiaKLAN?
I'la^spc
At'Th* Fairmont.
Mia* Venita. Dungeon. supervisor "of
music in the cjfy schools, in spending
the next secern! weeks at The Fairmom.
Altar Guild Meeting.
The Altar Guild of Christ church will
meet 011 Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock in The Sunday school room of
The church. Several important business
matters will be transacted.
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To Sow for Red Cress.
The women of Christ church wjij
meet at the church on Wednesday to
sew for the Red Cross.
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Eastern Star Meeting.
The Fairmont Chapter of the Order
of the Hastern Star will meet on
Thursday of this week. Initiation will
he followed by a social hour. The
worthy grand matron will be present
at this meeting.
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Young Ladies' Aid.
The Vouur Ladies' Aid sociery of
the M. P. Temple will meet tonight at
Red Cross headquarters to sew for the
Red Cross. , ,
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i .
Issued Invitations.
T*e? r*irmr>nt Council Xnisfrf.* of
Italians Charged With
Swearing Falsely
Swearing falsely to certain ttatemc-nts
in the Intermediate court je pre
Iircinaries incident to having granted
naturalization paper* is the charge
against Dotninico Baidari. an Italian,
of the East Side, who was arrt-s'ed by
Deunty United States Marsha! John
P. Moore on Saturday night. At the
same time the officer placed under arrest
Antonio Angotti, an Itala.i, who
is alleged to have sworn to cc--tain
larse statements.
It is alleged that Balden swore
that bis character was good and that
he had not. been convicted of any
crime within the past five yearr-. The
warrant charges that Baidari w as convicted
of offenses in Allegheny county.
Pa., and Marlon county. Angotti,
it is alleged, swore as to Haitian's
good character despite the fact that
he knew he was convicted in stveral
courts. The accused both c?a ta that
they did tell the court officials that
Baidari had been in trouble ir> '"e^
vyivania and West Virginia, but believed
that the offenses were not ot
a character that would interfere with
Baidari getting citizen papers.
United States Commissioner Kijby
gave the men a preliminary h-?-inng.
They both gave bond in tno sua: of
$5,000 for a hearing on January 3d before
Commissioner Kirby.
. ?-?
Services to Resume
at M. E. Church South
?
wmie severe weaiaci tuumuv^. ?***<*
shortage of gas necessitated th? abac
domnent of church services at tbe M
K. church. South, at 10:43 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. yesterday, the revival services
will be resumed this evening at
7:30, as the weather has tn-dcateu
somewhat and it Is thought the church
will be comfortable,
i It is hoped there will be a large attendance
of the members and friends
of the church this evening, as'the pastor.
Rev. Yoak. is preaching very able
and instructive sermons each evening,
and stirring music is being fardsbed
by the choir.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
CHARTER NO. 10219
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE F!(
IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRG
ON DECEMBER 31. 1917
RESOI
Loans and discounts (except those sho
'Fptal loans
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured
U. S. bonds (other than Liberty Bonds
S. bondi deposited to secure <
value! .;
Total l". S. bonds (other tbaD Lib
certificates of indebtedness
Bonds, securities, etc.. (other than U.
securities'other than IT. S. bonds (not i
owned unpledged
Total bonds, securities, etc
Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Be
Slock of Federal Reserve Bank (30 1
scrfption)
Value of backing house
'* ?? vvtrl I* + roc
r a raji ui c auu .a- u. .............
Feal estate owned other thau banking
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve :
Cash in vault and net amounts due fror
Net amounts due from banks, bankers
panics other than included in Iten
I hecks on other banks in the same
reporting bank (other than Item 1
Total of Items 14. 13. 1?. 17 and l:
Checks on banks located outside of
reporting bank and othet cash it<
Redemption fond with 1". S Treasure
I". S. Treasurer
Toral
LIABII
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Lndivided profits
Less currant expenses, interest and i
Circulating noles outstanding
(N"et amount due to National Fanks ...
Net amounts due to banks, bankers and
(other than included in Items 30 <
Total or items SI and 32
Demand deposits (other than bank dtp
** ?? ' vereMo within
nc3?rve >acfuouo >/?.
Individual deposits subject to check .
Certified enecks
Cashier's checks outstanding
Dividends unpaid
Total of demand deposits (other t
iisl "subject to Reserve. Items 31
3S. 39 and 40
Time deposits subject to Reserve (paya
or subject to 30 days or more no
savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for a
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject tc
41, 42, 43 and 44
Total .
State of Weal Virginia. County or Mai
r. TV. H- Cooutz. Cashier of the t
that the above statement is true tc the
II Jv
, <?
?
Subscribed and sworn to before mi
My Commission expires July ij, IS
EKMDffT, MONDAY EVEN:
IAL EVENTS I
I Columbus has issued invitations for
{a dance and card party to be held on ;
j Thursday evening of this week at;
> rheir bail on Main stTeeu This wiit:
'be the tirst social event given by the'
I council for some time and plans are i
being arranged for a delightful event. |
Legion Meeting Thursday.
; Tfce Presbyterian Legion will meet 1
i on Thursday of this week at 2:30
o'clock at the church parlors. All
members are urged to attend.
*
To Have Social.
The Christian Endeavor society of:
I the First Presbyterian church will give
a social on Friday evening at the
church to which all the young people
i of the church and congregation are
! invited.
Stoetzer Band Re-organized,
j The Stoetzer Mission Band compos- j
. ed of young girls of the First Pres- j
byterian church has been reorganized '
and hereafter will be known as the:
Stoetzer circle of the Westminster;
Guild. The change was made on Sat-1
urday afternoon at. a meeting of the I
organization at the church. The officers
for the circle were named as follows:
President. Katberine Smith:
.vice president. Katherlne Jones: *ecretarr.
II nth Johnson: treasurer. Mar-'
Splendid Singing
At PotrTTTfal Mppt.injrr
XJL U XVV * x f uvx xtjlv/ -w w?^ ,
[
The evangelistic meetings conduct-j
ed by Brooks and Le^vis were will at- j
[ tended yesterday at the three services ;
' in the Central Christian churcn.
At the morning service Mr. Lewis i
i sang. "Don't Turn Him Away" and Mr. j
j Brooks spoke to the topic, "The Sig- j
{nificance of the Lord's Sapper." The!
: afternoon service was a string service j
' for children. A large number heard j
j the lecture on "Habits," the sLings |
' represented habits, it was a lecture;
t with much uplift tor the young pet pie.
i Mr. Lewis sans at the evening service
"Fear Ye Not. O Israel." by Dudley
Buck, which was considered by
some the best he has done. Miss Gallagher
sang a solo as a special rum:
ber. Mr. Brooks spoke on "The Anil
alysis of Conversion" which was a log<
ical exposition of the theme. There
[were splendid audiences at the three :
! services.
t MRS. MAL.SSA McCRORY BURIED
The body of Mrs. Malissa McCray
I whose dei. a occurred on Friday was
j interred ou S?aday aftenoon at Bar
rackville folowing services in the Bar!
rnckville Baptist church, conducted by
j the pastor Rev. T. B. Lawler. Desj
pite the cold weather the services were
! largely attended. Mrs. McCray was
| one of the oldest and most highly rei
spected women of the community in
which she resided.
.
PROUP j
w. .? Spasmodic croup is
usually relieved with pAjf I.
A one application of? Frfi'tVl
OaWlifllw llw>'
VICKSWORUB? |
WANTED!
j To buy operating mine in Fairir.ouL <
district with 5000 acres or coal. G^ve,
, full description, inrentory and price
in first letter. Address foal. The:
; tVcst Virginian, Fairmont. \V. Yj. j
i '
j FINANCIAL STATEMENT j
RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 5j
SST NATIONAL BANK AT FAIRVIEW
INIA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS I
URCES
wn on b and c) .S329.397.74
S329.397.74!
S410.5S . v 410.58 j
of 1917):
:ircuiation (par
50.000.00
ertv Bonds) and
...' 30.000
S.): .
nclutiing stocks)
10.000.00
10.000.90
ink stock 2.375.00
per cent of sub
1.150.00
5.200.00 5,209.00
2.000.00
: house 2.SOO.OO
~ If 'I-C SI I
ttSDK *v,-ww- ,
a national banks 20.5S0.0S i
; and trust conils
13. 14 and IS 439.42 i
cirv or town as
i->" :I:-H j
j 21.232.24
city or town of _ I
vmc ........... 303.Sa j
r and due from i
1.600.00 i
3419.627.32 !'
LITIES
-s co.000.00;
' 7,000.00 !
14.373.71
axes paid S.672.21 4.701.50
30.000.00
__ 1.126.33
trust companies
jr 31 696.54
1,723.07
ssits) subject to
30 days)
S3.4S4.32
23217
1S3.11
60S-00
han bank deposit
34, o^. 3,
542295.70
ble aftei 30 days
tice. and postal
toncy borrowed! Z2fi.sis.6j i
65,550.42
> reserre. Item?
291.304.05
|
5419.627.32 !
ion. ss:
ibove-named bank, dc solemnly swear \
best of my knowledge and belief.
V7. H. COONTZ. Cashier.
Correct?Attest?
P. B. AMOS.
J. S. TENNAXT.
E. N. EDDY.
v Directors. |
s this. 11th. day of January. 191S. I
^ WARD 31. DOWNS, Nottry Public. j
Ft '*'** "** .- c. - ' t?- -
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vrf> -- ? ... ;
ENG, JANUARY 14, 1917:
garet Smith; secretary literature. Lon-,
ise Ritchie; pianist. Margaret Anderson;
patronesses. Mrs. H. R- Johnson. |
Mrs. H. E. Lewis. Mrs. R. C. Jones.!
Miss Louise Johnson and Miss Kath-;
arine Jones were hosi esses of the a*-,
ternoon and serred light refreshments.!
.
Charleston Society.
CHARLESTON. Jan 14 ? Mrs
Charles Ward has as her gu^st her
nephew. Captain Edward Wa -d. of
London England. Captain Wa-d fol- .
lowing his graduation from Oxford
college, was rector of the Church of
England at Oxford. At the b'ginning
of the war he accompanied hi- regiment
as chaplain to the fronr Onring
one of the battles in northern Fiance '
I
Hartk
Clearance
Begins T!
Thousands of 1
Remnants of
You the G:
/
Remnants of Silks, Dre
bons.
Remnants of Table Line
tons, Percales, Ginghams,
Remnants c
I Annual Cleai
E
II Suits Half F
I Annual Sale of Gc
for Men, Wom<
|| Children
|J Sale ol Wa
| Sale of Con
That all may have an e<
doors will not be opened l
t
The Season's Irresistil
MUI
present the most satisfv
RA
DA
BRILLIANT CAS
including Gus Shy, Mons
Moore, Francella Boyer,
Original Broadwa
BUBBLING WITH MIB
HIPPO
Matinees Daily at 2:3C
Promptly, 25c, 35c and 5<
Advance sale of seats
at that hour every day.
?
be was badly wounded and wis sent.
back to London to recuperate. Cap-'
1 tain Ward recently arrived in tbis
country and is en route to Montreal.
Canada, where he was ordered by the
War department tor a year's rest. He
is now rector of Christ church in that'
city. A number of informal eiTsirs.
are being planned in hono^ of. Captain
Ward during his stay here, Yes'trday
C- K. Ward cn;crtain<-d a sn 1 company
at luncheon at the Kanawha ho
tel. also an informal tea ?a.- givt-n
at gdcewood Country club.
Leaving fcr Cahfcrnla.
Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Henry e.tcrrt to
leave this week lor I.or.g Beac;:. California.
to spend several months with.
The Full Story of
The Big- Remnant Sale
in tomorrow's papers
jyJs Semi=A
5 and Remi
auarsdajy Ja
Fards of Wanted
Their Former Pri
reatest Opportuni
;ss Goods. Laces. Embroiderie
ns, Crash, Dress I.incn. Sheeti
Silkolines, Galateas.
4
)f Cretonnes, Scrims,
ranee of Winter
Presses and Furs
Vice, Coats Ys Off, F
Presses Yz to Y2 Off
i
>od Shoes
in and ! >?!
Clearar
ists Dinner
,\rj iv;;rv at 1 <
rpfc 1
3CL5 j Alops.
qual chance to be here at the
intil 9 o'clock Thursday morn
)le. Successful and delightful
*PHY and ?
ingly successful and scintilat
;t and beauty c
l Ure, A. William ") oung, Geo
Robert Gerald, Cecile Willia.'
iy Production and s
:TH. SENTIMENT AND ME
IRRESISTIBLE MUSIC.
DROME
>- Admission 25c and 35c. N
)c. (War tax not included.)
begins at Theatre Monday 9:,
_ ?1?
their daughter. Mrs. Edwin DjffJ mrri
family. They will be accompanied bj .
Mrs. Flora L. Arnett. of this city, wbc whJl
ko to Los Angeles to visit hei '
son. Alfred Arnett. Definite arrange .
ments for transportation have not beer s - ~ jl'sB
secured -yet but are expected this. week.
\ V . -2a
The Modart Corset
THE WOMAN'S SHOP
Mrs. Minnie Martin
Second Floor, corner Jackson
and Monroe streets.
? I
%SsS^ 1
'
-m
mraal 1
lairat Sale 1
nuary 17 1
Remnants at 'S
ces, Offering
ity to Save
5, White Goods and Ribng.
Muslin, Outing, Can- -9
?<irf i-iiifis
Suits, Coats, fl
9
*? * T
urs y4 Less
semeimt ,
tee of China in ;9
ware Patterns jfl
I Sale of Water Sets.
Misiina j
| Sale or Waste Basksts.
opening of the Sale the '
^^
2?SZS2S3!225bSS5IIZS32ISI2II^5S3^ES5SSE^?I^?<# m <H
melodic Sensation I |fl
JHY | ?
ing musical comedy I
LE I
LE I
HOROS OF 25 I I
rgia Marquis, Donald
tns and Dan Robey. I |j - jH
Bwial Orchestra ill . |
LODY. FILLED WITH , Jfl
3'DAYS ijjj
Thursday, Friday
Saturday, Jan.
30 A. M. Box office open 1

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