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THE HAHltK DAILY TIMES, JJAHKE, VT., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24. 1913.
Perfection in Style and Fit
That' what
f-icf op n Review Faiicrns mn,
I lore are four of a wonderful collection of imart EMPIRE dresses.
The FASHION BOOK for Spring ,.
Costs only 10 cents when purchased with one IS cent pattern, j
Waiu 6M2
Bulero 6158
Skirt 6094
Guimpe 6135
B.lero 6158
Skirt 6146
Cutmpe 6135
Bolero 6158
Skirt 6072
Cuimpe 61 35
Bolero 6158
Skirt 6094
15 cents for each of the above numbers.
. frf vinfiiitf nnnu r n . . ....
We recommend t tot Is look thnrash ine rADlliUn DUU5. lor Spring before dcadrof n jronr new (wbi
APRIL PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS now ready.
Spring
Now
Draperies
Ready
We have just received our line of very hand
some drapery materials representing the latest
styles and color effects on the market light, me
dium and heavy weight materials for all kinds of
work. Prices within the reach of all. Come in,
look this department over and be convinced we
can show you the largest display ever.
18c to 38c yard
Cretonnes from
Denims at
Burlaps at
Monks Cloth at
Armour's goods at
Silkalines at
Scrims
Madras
25c yard
18c yard
40c and 60c yard
50c yard
10c, 12 l-2c yard
10c to 45c yard
19c to 50c yard
If you are unable to-come to the store send for
samples.
We pay the parcel post on all mail orders.
The Homer Fitts Co.
New Spring Suits and Coats for Easter
IJAKHE DAILY TIMES
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1915.
The Weather
Fair to-night. Thursday increasing
cloudinemi; imidurftto northweiit to went
wind.
TALK OF THE TOWN
KILLED IN HIS OFFICE.
Richard
Was
Randolph of St. Louis
Slain Mysteriously.
.St. Louis, Mo.. March 24. Richard
Iuiml(il.li, president of the Torchon Lace
company Hiiii the (.antral
Miss Tar-
company ami ciimlhlate at tlie recent
primaries for the lie publican nomination
to Congress from the 12th Missouri dis
trict, was assassinated mysteriously in
tlx' ollice of the company here late yes
terday. His wife. Mrs. Delia Randolph, who
recently was med for divorce by ber
hill-band, was arrested ls-t night, but
she denied any knowledge of the shoot-
hi).'. I lie police lv have isi.ue.1 a
i iiil order for the arret of a man named
l.v llaii'dolnli in his petition for divnrr
equality and mutual interest
bells story goes on:
"For years Pete's day was that of
the operatives, from 7 . m. to tt p. m.,
ten hours ami no Saturday half-holiday.
Then he became interested in base
ball, and boueht aii automobile. Hut
Merchandise i .n v1 uorL- from 7 . , r(t il n.
111. there is scant time for either games
or driving. I'ete tried to bring himself
boldly to going off Saturday afternoons,
and to leaving early when the notion
took him. He couldn't do it and be
easy in his iri'iid! Moreover, if he did
it. lie heard of it. 'Fine to lie the Imss,
ain't it!' some operative who had begun
at the beginning and shared tips and
downs with steadfast pluck and avni-
P'""ipathy would call when she licit saw
iim!
Finally IV te announced there was
Several pcrom iiu-luduig the Iorl.(0 . Saturday half holiday. They
of director of the Torchon company I vvrr io ,!,,, ,, fOP jt ; ,liirt jtv
were ill the store with Randolph when ,,, at :,so they could get in three
a shot was tired through a piste glass ntn tn,j thought the business could
skylight near the rear of the building. Mn, , 0t f two hours. So they sUrt-
J'"' ' struck l.andolph in tlie tw. k r.rthat ,,,.; but the girls didn't like!
arid he died soon alter. On the second lm, rnrY nr,. They were very often1
floor of the building Hear the skylight I,,,,.. vte nt complnin. lie did not:
the tK.li.-e found a repeating rine. . kp fi..J0 ,jlnM,lf. ,nJ iB jx n.ontha'
I time, without any discussion of the mat-
Devonshire cloth at Abbott's.
Miss Teresa Cerasoli left hist night for
St. Alhuns, where bIio will visit relatives
for two weeks.
Mrs. W. A. Oeorgo and Miss Edith
Mareott of Randolph were guest of
friends in the city to-day.
Miss Jenn Parka of Aye.ru Btreet left
this morning for Burlington, where she
will make a few days' visit.
The amusement commitee of the La
dies of Clan fiordon will met witli Mrs.
Reid Thursday evening at 7:30.
New sugar on snow Wednesday after
the regular meeting of the N. E. 0. P.
at 7:30 p. m. Card party later.
Last week of our clean-up sale on odd
sixes in high shoes. Values you cannot
afford to lose. Tilden Shoe Co,
Oorge Maroiii, who has been passing
a week among friends 111 Barre, returned
to his home in New York last night.
' Arthur Payne of St. Jolmsbury, who
has been visiting friends in the city for
the past few days, returned to his home
yesterday.
Mrs. P. J. Canton of fi'2 Maple avenue,
who has been at the City hospital for
some time, was able to return to her
home to-day,
fieorge P. Clark of Graniteville. was
a visitor in the city to-day, and he leaves
this afternoon for Montreal, for a two
weeks' visit.
Frank R. Bergernon, who has been vis
iting 111 Jiarre and V ebsterville since
Sunday, returned this morning to his
home in Burlington.
New sugar on snow will be served
by the N. K. O. P. to-night in I. O. O.
F. hall at 7:30, to which the public is
invited, after which there will be card
playing. Admission, 15c.
Barre people will be interested in the
following item taken iron a Montreal
Dailv Star of recent date: "Mr. and Mrs
W. T. Gorman of Riviere du Loup, P. Q.,
have announced the engagement of their
daughter, Mabel Lillian, to Clifford A
Caswell of Barre. The marriage will
take place in April." Miss Gorman is a
well known Barre young woman who has
been engager! here as a trained nurse.
She hag resided in this city for the past
two years. Mr. Caswell resides at 4
West street and is an emplove in the
omen of the National Lile Insurance Co.
at Montpelier.
Edwin W. Felt, conductor on the sub
urban trains of the M. 4 W. R. rail
road, underwent an operation for her
nia at the home of C. K. Barton in the
Miles Granite Mock this morning, Drs.
William McFarland, John II. Woodruff
and I). C Jarvis being in eliarge of the
patient. Mr. Felt recovered from the Im
mediate effects of the ordeal and was
reported to be fnjrly comfortable at
noon. He will not return to his home in
Montpelier until the period of convales
cence is nearly over. During Mr. Felt's
confinement, Julius C. Chamberlain of
Franklin street is acting in charge of
the suburban trains.
Fixtures on the recently published
schedule of Burlington high school for
the baseball season of 1915, contain
games with Spaulding high school to lie
played in this city May 2B and with
Goddnrd seminary at Burlington on the
afternoon of Slav 2S. Spaulding is book
ed to play its annual Sfemorial day game
with St. .Albans high school in the Rail
road city this year, and as the Franklin
county team is to be coached bv "Jake"
.Malcolm of the I'niversity of Vermont,
the usual series between the two teams
will In? more than ever worth while.
Short preliminary practices are to le
started by the Spaulding boys early next
week and when the spring term of school
begins after Easter preparations for the
season will begin in earnest. A series
of three games with Goddard seminary
may be played 111 the month of Slay.
( I arc nee (.. t arr of ( hiirch street, a
biter carrier on rural delivery route
No. 2. was put to the neeessitv of rhss-
ing his horse over thrive or four city
; street a yesterday before the animal was
I brought to a halt. Theiliaae liegxn near
TALK OF THE TOWN
Muiising underwear at Abbott's.
Mrs. Ethel Hunt of Plainfleld under
went an operation at the City liospltul
to-day.
Grand Juror William Wishart return
ed this morning from a business trip
to Boston,
Dan McDonald went this morning to
Burlington, where ho will reinuin for a
few days' business visit.
'Beatrice, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Dingwall of IVuil atreei,
is very ill with tonsilitis.
Sliss Ida Bloch returned to Barre this
forenoon, after spending a few days at
her former home, in Burlington.
F. A. Hutchinson returned from
GreenslHiro last evening, Mrs. Hutch
inson is remaining for a few days' visit.
All children taking part in the East
er concert of the Baptist church come to!
the church after school Thursday alter
noon for rehearsal.
F. 0. Howland, E. C. Brock and Ger
ald Brock were among the Barre people
who went to Kast Montpelier yesterday
to attend the funerui of Mrs. Fa ye Hay-
den Bobbins.
Sir. and Kra. Porter Averill of Fair
Haven are passing several days with
the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Kent, of Wellington street and at Sir.
Averill's home on east hill.
Regular meeting Rf C, I. P. A., local
241, Wednesday evening at 7:30 in K. of
I, hall. Special business of importance.
hvery member is urged to be present.
Per order recording secretary. s
If you haven't tried our cream cheese
it is time to buy a pound at 22 cents;
sweet corn, three cans for 24 cents. At
Louis Itomanos-59 Prospect street, just
across the bridge.
The street sweeper made its first ap
pearance of the season on the paved
highways yesterday and put the finish
ing touches on the clean-up campaign
which the department laborers have been
waging for the past week.
After two years of vacation, the large
clock on the Howland block began its
duties again yesterday afternoon. Kcv
eral times it has been started after
having stopped. For several days Sir.
Ixnid has been working upon it, under
the direction of A. E. Johnson of Boston.
Since yesterday noon people have been
closely watching the clock and find it
keeps perfect time as yet.
Sloses Charbonnean was taken serious
ly while working in his shoe shop in the
basement of the Gordon block this fore
noon. Sir. Charbonncau was removed to
his home on Prospect street, after physi
cians had been called to attend him.
Later it was said that the shoemaker
had suffered a paralytic shock and his
condition was described as serious.
YOUR BILIOUSNESS
end constipation, headache, drowsi
ness, routed touuue, bud breath, bud
tiuste in the tnouih, quickly disappear
If you take Mood's rills. Many any
these pills act better on the liver and
bowels than anything else. Io not
a-rlpe. 2fic, of rlruKKlsts or by mall of
t I. Hood Co., Lowell, Muss.
DESERTED WIFE COMPLAINED.
And Elmer Reed Wat Ordered to Pey
Her $3 a Week,
Rutland, Slu-rch 24. Elmer Reed, who
has been working in Tinmotith as a
painter, was arraigned before Judge F. G.
Swinnerton in city court yesterday aft
ernoon charged with non-support, the
complaint being made by. his wife, who
was also present in court. Thw man
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to the
county jail for six months, sentence be
ing suspended as lung as he pays Mrs.
Reed $3 a week.
Reed was arrested yesterday after
noon by Deputy Sheriff A. A. Leonard
of Waliingford on a warrant issued by
State's Attorney C. V. Poulin. In court
yesterday it was said that Reed married
his wife when she was a waitress in a
Boston restaurant after serving time in
the regular army. They have lived to
gether for five years. Recently he sent
for her to join him in Troy and there
she says she was left stranded.
Sirs. Reed said they lived sometime
in South Waliingford and that she was
forced to borrow money to get to Rut
hind. State's Attorney Poulin said Heed
had been boarding with a woman al
ready under probation and that it was
possible she might again be brought into
court.
WILSON AGAIN
ON STREET JOB
(Continued from first page.)
PARTIAL RESTITUTION
San ran smartlv in most siurnr or
chards for the urst time this season yes
terday and the flow continued so vigor
ously to-day that manv farmers were
gathering this forenoon with a view to
boiling in the afternoon. At the Mor
rison farm yesterday the hired men ob
served that sap seemed to flow even in
the most protected tree areas. There are
those who contend that the season will
not lie well under way until snow falls
to depth of at least four inches.
Two divisions of Sferlo's academy team
played the first extra inning baseball
game of the season at the Cable strett
park late yesterday afternoon when Cap
tain" Skerritt's Vannigans defeated Lir
emlule's aggregation by a score of 7 to 2
in an early-season diamond epic that
took 11 chapters before finis could be
written. An animated batting rally in
the 11th, with the resulting victory for
the Skerritts contingent, was about the
onlv feature of the contest.
Offered to Those Penalized Under Income
Tax Requirement in 1913.
Announcement is made by the United
States government of a resolution pro
viding for partial restitution to corpora
tions and individuals for money paid to
the government as penalty for non-com
pliance with the income, tax requirement
in 1013. The resolution provides that
corporations shall receive all amount
paid as penalty in excess of $10 and
that individuals shall receive such
amount in excess of $3. It is said that
a large number of people and corjiora
tions were called upon io pay for viola
tion of the income tax requirement, and
not a few of them were in Vermont.'
Slost of the penalties paid therefor were
compromise sums.
Claims for the partial restitution
should be filed in the usual manner in
the office of the collector of internal
revenue to whom the amount offered was
originally paid. The claims should set
forth the date of payment, the total
amount paid and the fact that the offer
of compromise was accepted. This refers
mertlv to the year 1013.
DEATH OF BRISTOL LAWYER.
500 Employes Who Were Glad When the
Boss Took Up BastbalL
ter. everybody was coming in at 7 a. m.
and every U'd v bad hi Niturdny half
holidsr, the law ha recently sane-
a the Apil American Mag.,,,,, Ida; .., (,klt ,,..,
riwii writes anotii-r article in it
1
new business series entitled, "The Gold
fN Rule in BusirH-ss.' This month's ar
liile has to do with the length of the
working day and nisny interest ing jmint
and t"iie are brought out showing that
the old tuns long w,king day waa of
mi irai"tnl advantage. Miw Tsrbell
t lis the story of a -rti fartorjr in
t'( eefitral part of t i.e Ctiiled Mates
w here five hundred gnla are employed
In making cotton artiehf. There waa a
Jal of f I H fl.!lili- Seine!! the mp)ny
s and tlte ner
T-t and l disciiwd l.p matter
lit tn empJ.ivea on t'fim of e-ntite
who told
me the tale, a loyal and humorous ar
son. 'How about the output? Did it
fall off?' 'That' the queer thing.' aha
aid: "tlsi-re are girla on pi work who
mske more, and the shop do-a more.' "
EDE!f W0MA2I KILLED.
Mrs. Ad4i Webster Wat ia Runaway
Accident at Beilia, Conn.
New Bnta.n. win., March 24. Mr.
Ad !. Vter of Eden. t . d.! at a
Th ewner was eal'ed l--al ln rj.itl yesterday of injuries Buf
fered in a runaway accident at jWrhn
Sunday.
bad left bis steed standing. A gig which
Sir. ( arr uses on his route, waa attaihed
to the horse, but the Vehicle was left
behind in the race when the outfit near.il
the racquet blacksmith ahop on Summer
street, atU-r speeding down Elm afreet
with Sir. Carr and other men in close
pursuit. Joe Fa hi. 1-a 11 was' one of the
oltsilc in the borne' path, rrnt Sir.
Its hid. au' gesticulation had rw effeit
on the fleeing one and be waa compelled
to retire. On Cottage street, Alphonae
I'acquit wa just leaving the Barre vet
erinary hospital when be espied the liora
coming toward him. He. ton, failed to
stay the prorrcs if the runaway and it
was not until the animal became winded
on r.rok tret. after aw ingirif inta that
t torrxifhfare from North Slain street,
t!at Mr. Carr recovered the animal. The
delncrT pig wa slightly damaged is
tie ahufTlr.
Sirs. Sfary Slurphy, the woman who
solicited funds for the burial of mythical
Sirs. Doyle and later pleaded guilty to
a charge of fraud in Barre city court,
wa taken to Montpelier last evening to
liegin her aeiitence of two months in the
county jail. According to the resond
ent's own story she ia addicted to the
drug habit and it is possible that her
desire to be cured will result in her
transfer from the county institution to
the state hospital in Waterbury.
A Barre delegation of four prominent
union men who attended the bearing on
the workingmen' compensation act in
Montpelier last Friday evening are recov
ering, but slowly, irom trie enecx 01 a
pedestrian feat which they performed at
the close of the bearing. !aniel J. Sul
livan. John T. Callaghan. Richard Ciar .i
and James Cruickahank. given a handi-
p of is) minute, barely escaped beat
ing the early morning train to this city.
the labor men making the ix mile be
tween the capital and Barre by ahank'
mare. Darkne interfered with more
marked progrea and a the party f
lukera tiewred the noith end of the city
the. Central Vermont train awept pat
them and noaed out a close finish.
William Wallace Rider Died Last Night
After Long Illness.
Bristol, Slarch 24. William Wallace
Rider, a prominent resident and well
known attorney, died last evening at
8:30 o'clock, lie had been in ill health
for the past year or two. He was the
last of the family of William C. Rider,
Sfr. Rider was born in Bristol Slarch
2ft, JH41. He studied law with Horatio
N'eedham and Slaior A. V. Sosldinir. In
ScptemlsT. If 02, he married Sliss fi'mi-
beth Slornson, a teacher of Burling
ton, who survives. He represented Bris
tol in the legislature a dozen years ago..
The funeral will probably be held rn
day. '
l:lak Cat wk hoae at Abbott's.
Who's Your Tailor?
nPHE neatest assortment of Spring and Sum
mcr Fabrics ever shown by us is now ready
for your inspection at our store. Select the pat
tern for your Spring Clothes to-day and have
them delivered to suit vour own convenience.
m
This ilets your order ahead of the rush season
before Easter and insures more satisfactory results.
The Frank McWhorter Co.
Spring Hats.
No one can complain of lack of vari
ety in millinery styles for spring, (hi the
ontrarv, it seems that hats are varied
enough to give each individual a style
of her own. But upon actual count, in
classifying the model shown at any au
thoritative display, it transpire that a
half doren good shajws. upon which end
less variation are plavtd, constitute
ninety per cent of the whole aggrega
tion.
First, in point of smartness, come
those hsM classed as sailors. There
are sailor having very narrow brims,
many with brim of medium width and
a good number of w ide-brimnied mod
els. (Vow us are moderately Urge, usual
ly rounding at the top, but to be found,
in rather rare instanrea, with what ia
called the square top. That ia, the top
is fat and act on the side crown at
right angle with it. Brim are some
time flat, but oftener they roll slight
ly upward.
Nrt to the sailor in number come
the elongated or boat-shaped turhana.
Sometimes they have an upstanding ern.
onet separate from the rrown. Other
turban model have a plain band alsut
the l,ad and oft crown joined to the
npp-r edge of the hand. Nearly all tur
ln crow r a are aott.
There are many al.jipe with dropp
ing Irtiins. erTial'y among bat for
tins.. anil lul.lren. liny are m...i. iei
t.r the Panama whidi waa featured
! so prominently in m Il.nery for aonth.-ra
itx'iiist. lie brim stsi.nallv ibcsipa
Is.
not necessarily accountable for bills of
this sort and the police committee has
instructions to dig deeper into the pres
ent case.
All but $51 of the '$(11)0 or $700 which
it cost to provide for an emergency in
Barre ono day not long ago is to be as
sumed by the state, according to a com
munication; received by the mayor from
tho state auditor and read before the
aldermen last night. State Auditor Hor
ace F. Graham reported his conference
with Governor Gates anil stated that
the city, in their opinion, should pay its
regular police and special officers for
that day's work, together with the fees
of enough special deputies to bring the
city's roll up to 35. It transpired than
thfit the state would assume' the burden
of paying all but 17 of the deputies who
worked Slarch 8. On the motion of Al
derman Cook, tho bill of $Sl was ordered
paid.
A report from the property committee
reviewed the insurance situation with re
spect to the fire station and apparatus
therein and advocated the retention of
each of the several policies in their pres
ent form until they expire, the datps
ranging over a period of two years. The
committee also recommended that a new
form of insurance, to provide for protec
tion on the apparatus when it is out
side the station, be adopted on. the ex
piration of the present policies. The re
port was accepted. From several com
panies notices read by the clerk advised
the aldermen of short-term extensions
on the city hall insurance. In no in
stance did the extension go beyond April
30, as the property committee plans to
have a new insurance program in force
by that date. Later in the evening,
when the accumulation of routine bus
iness had been transacted, the aldermen
went into lengthy executive session for
the purpose of considering insurance
problems.
Proposal To Lease City Land.
Alexander Hanton of the park cornmis
sion appeared before the board with sn
offer from Mrs. A. W. Allen for a five-
year lease of four acres of land near the
city farm. Mrs. Allen offered to pay $35
per year for the use of the land, a price
which prevailed when she rented the land
last season. Sfembers of the board, while
holding' diversified opinions on the dis
position of the land, were inclined to be
lieve that a better bargain could be
made. It was suggested that one of the
hay-using departments obtain a lease of
the property. Another opinion favored
the retention of the four acres for picnic
arid other recreation purposes. On the
motion of Alderman Glysson, Sir. Han
ton's report was referred to the property
committee.
George W. Park's request for a second
constable's badge to go with his office
of second constable was referred to the
police committee. Ernest Letourneau's
request for a lunch room license was re
ferred to the license committee. On the
favorable report of the building inspec
tor, Sirs. Edith Sr. Carr Was granted
permission to build a piazza, cut a door
and window and reroof a workshop at
27 Camp street; G. Aja was granted a
permit to build a barn addition, extend
a wagon shed and erect a piazza at 27
Berlin street and F. Puriehelli received
permission to erect an annex to his barn
off Prospect street.
One sure sign of spring was concealed
in the usual weekly warrants approved
for payment. For the first time since
the windswept dav of last November
there appeared in the street department!
payroll an item for street sprinkling.
The payroll, totalling $105.P7, provided
for paying street and sewer accounts as
well, and other warrants were approved
as follows: vvaier department payroll.
$40.4H: fire department payroll. $M.ISs
police) department payroll, $S7.00; G. A.
Bemia, $14. services as janitor; Barre
Savings Bank A Trust Co., $1,030, inter
est on school bonds.
toner's
J&st-Proof
CORSETS
RUST-PROOF means ex
actly what the two words
imply, nothing less. Tub
a Warner's if you like, it
will stand it, and should
you chance to have a piece
of delicate lingerie touch
the corset in the tub, it
would not be stained.
A WARNER'S IS SURE;
IF ONE FAILS WE
WANT IT BACK.
Henry W. Knight
quorum was present. At the second
meeting, six members organized ' at a
quorum. Sloney was appropriated for
some purposes, and some appropriations
of the full board were ordered stopped.
A motion was made to unseat the pres
ident, but it failed as some of the al
dermen said it would be unfair to take
such action in the president's absence.
The split developed a week ago, when
certain members claimed they found the
doors of the city hall closed against
them and under guard of police officers, "
when a' meeting was scheduled. This
meeting was called to inquire into the
conduct of the city home, the burning
of which several months ago cost the
lives of three aged women inmates.
A so-called "insurgent" meeting Was
organized on the steps of the city hall,
and officers were elected. "Insurgent''
leaders said they would refuse to enter
the chamber with the other members of
the board.
GODDARD HONOR LIST.
Each
One of Ten Leaders for Winter
Term Was Above 94.
The rank list at Goddard seminary
for the winter term, which ended last
Friilay, is as follows, each of the ten
being above 94 per cent.
I Helen Bisbee, Sloretown.
1 Silvia Rizzi, Barre.
3 Rachel Hollister, Barre.
4 Paul Stevens, St. Johnsbury.
5 Floyd Jenness, St. Johnsbury.
6 Nellie Bottiggi, Barre.
7 Slary Donetti, Barre.
8 Alice Towsley, Washington.
0 Slary Rizzi. BaiTe.
10 Klsie Welch, Fast Corinth.
ALDERMAMC BOARD DIVIDES.
Two Factions Held Meetings in Cam
bridge, Miss.
Cambridge, Slass.. Sfarch 24.- Two
faction of the board of aldermen held
separate meetings last night for the
transaction of city business. The first
meeting, at which four member re
sponded to the call of President Peter
J. Nelligan. was adjourned because no
Dance
at
Goddard
Seminary t
Friday, March 26
Under the autpices of the
Ladies' Union
of the Uoivenalist Church
Bruce's Orchestra
Card Tables
for thote not dancing.
Refreshments Served
75c per couple
extra ladies 25c
NO ACTIO OX CITY LOAN.
St. Albans Wants 140,000 But Citizens
Didst Vote It.
St. Allans, March 24 The rym ial
city meeting called for Slonday even
ing trv consid.T the tnatt.r of authoriz
ing the borrow trig 4.f ne-ney in anlwj
pation of Uvea for the pre nt municipal
I r in s -nr A m n m ll h m r.Msolol if.n
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PAVILION THEATRE
VAUDEVILLE
MONTI TRIO
Last call for these classy harmonists
PHOTOPLAYS
WAS HIS DECISION RIGHT? A two rart Lubin
drama that will appeal to all
THE WAY BACK A Biorarh drama
CAUSE FOR THANKSGIVING A child picture fea
turing Bobbie Conelly
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ADULTS. 10c
Small Children, 59c Per Dozen
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tubing and sap hose.
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