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THE ' BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1920.
SOUTH RYEGATE Gertie White Died as Result of Burns She Received. (iertto White, who was fatally burned the day before Christmas, Jived only one week. The funeral was held at the home Friday afternoon, Kev. W. T. Hailfiy officiating. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family, who tor the third time in as many years have been called on to part with a beloved member of the family circle. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Darling and F. J. Tewksburv and family were guests of .Mr; and Mrs. 1$. H, Hooker, New Year's. William .1. Mclvllop is spending a -short furlough with his mother. Mrs. Emma Taisey. He has just received his commission a chief engineer and ex. peels to be assigned to the merchant steams'hip Frohna plying in southern waters., Mr. McKillop deserves . com mendation for his attention to duty and ambition to rise in his chosen branch of the service, which has thus been re ' warded. ; Mr. and Mrs. Leon CY OdeHghaVe '' moved into the Harriman house for the winter. ' . Kural Carrier Bailey and Tellis Cole brought home a very attractive string of pickerel last Saturday from Hall's pond, which they had caught through the ice. There were IS in all and the weight wns 42" pounds. The postponed Christmas cantata r given by the young people of the Pres byterian church Monday evening went oil very successfully, being one f the best entertainments ever given Dy tnem and was thoroughly enjoyed by all present. A Christ'mas tree with gifts of candy and orange for all closed the evening's festivities. The Haraca . and Mi.pah " Sunday school classes of the U. P. church, with invited guests, . held a very pleasant ' social in the church parlors Wednesday evening, ending with a prayer service . as the old year passed oTit and the new came in. About 75 were present. Mrs, William Davidson and two suns, Clyde and Delbert, airived from Cal gary Friday morning and will make a visit to her mother, Mrs. Abbie Arthur, and sister, Mrs. I.. E. Brock. It is sev en years since they left for the North west and they are'sure of a warm welcome. GROWN Mrs. Carrie Warren of Wells River was the guest of Mr. mid Mrs. Harry A. Kosnier New Year's day. . Mrs. Kenton Miles and daughter of Topsham were guests of her sister, Mrs. J. N. Hall, several days this week. Waldo K. (lover of Williamstown was a visitor in town yesterday. The woman's home missionary so ciety, will meet at the parsonage Tues day afternoon at the usual hour. Mr. and Mrs. John 1). Hall have been isiting their daughter, Mrs. Alex Bur nett, and family of Barre several days this week. A family dinner party was enjoyed New year's day at the home of Mr. and Mr.. Harry Hosmer. Twenty-five of their relatives gathered around a bountifully spreud table and did ample justice to the many good things and a pleasant and happy day was passed. Mr. and Mrs. Milo K. Whipple left yesterday for their old home in Mon tana. Mrs. Whipple is suffering from ill health and has gone west to consult her family physician. - The social and entertainment given Wednesday evening by the reds and whites to the blues, the winners in the Sunday school contest, was well at tended and proved a very enjoyable affair. The program consisted of mu sic by the orchestra, a reading by Mrs. ('rover (smith and several solos. "Rocked in the Cradle of .the Deep," the solo by Rev. Stead a iiornton, was finely rendered, and judging by the ap plause was appreciated by the audience. (James were enjoyed and refreshments of sandwiches, doughnuts, cake and coffee were served. A good number of the younger people stayed to watch the old year out. ' EAST MONTPELIER Married, in Kast Montpelier, Dec. 31, by Rev. A. W. Hewitt, Miss Klva Kmily Townsend and Kdward (irace Walker. John Walker of North Montpelier and Miss Kathleen LeBaron of Water bury were guests at Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Townsend's on Wednesday. (eorge M. Stewart," manager of the Montpelier Ire Co., with his crew of men and teams, is cutting ice on the river. A party of ltoy scouts hiked through this place New Sears day. Ross (ale of 1'lainfield was a New Year's visitor of friends in this place. Mr. and Mrs. lee Chandler and Rev. A S. Phillips spent New Year's day at the "Pines." the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry kelton. Lee. Chandler was a business visitor in Barre Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kelton were in Pla infield Wednesday. The light snow Jan. 1 will prove a ben stub to the hunters of foxes and rabbits. William Fisk and sister were New Year's guests of friends in Barre. Miss Blanchard of Barre is visiting a lew days at tier uncie s, v iiimm Fisk. RANDOLPH Lieut. Dwight Adams, who has bee.fr here on a short furlouirh from (liny at Camp Benning, rousing the time with his mother, Mrs. Mabel Adams, left on Friday to report for duty. Burton AveriH and his mother, Mis. Clara Averill, have returned from rioranmnf V it., where they have been been on a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Averill. Miss Marion Salisbury of Washing ton, D. C.r is passing several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs." E. T. Salisbury. Rev. R. H. Moore was in Montpelier Tuesday to attend a meeting in con nection' with Sunday .school work. Daniel Putnam, a government em ploye at Washington, I). C, has been in town this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Putnam. , Mrs. W. P. Flint and granddaugh ter, Miss Lui'y Scribner, have been in Springfield this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Flint. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mazzolini of Roxburv, Mass., rho have been with Mrs. louis Mazzolini, have rWurned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ' Gay. after a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gay, hive returned to Haverhill, Mass., where they reside for the present. Mrs. Fannie Bixby, a teacher in New ark, N. J., has been'passing a few days' vacation here n-hh her mother, Airs. J. C. Alden, at the home of A. J. Cur tis. ' Miss Beatrice Piniiey went to St. Al bans Sunday lor a few days visit with relatives. Philip T. Salisbury returned to New YorV Saturday, accompanied by his brother, Albert Salisbury, who will -pass a few days with him there. Miss Dorothy Allis of Boston, a re cent guest at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Allis, has returned to her. position in the city Mrs. Homer Waldo of this place was in Gaysville with her father, John Che del, on New Year's. Miss Gladys Jones of Hyde Park, Mass., visited her father, L. S. Jones, over the week end. vMiss Honora 'Hurley has gone to Newton Center, Mass., her" home. She will pass a day observing in the Bos ton City hospital, before returning to the sanatorium here, of which she is the matron. During her absence Miss Bernice Spooncr is in charge of the sanatorium. , . . Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Bean' and Iwo daughters of Brooklyn. N. Y., were re cent' guests here of Mrs. Bean's sis ter. Mrs. L. W. Webster. Pearl Church and son, Karl, who have been in Arizona and California for the benefit of Mr. Church's health since last spring, arrived ltere Tuesday to visit his mother, Mrs. H. H. Church. They were at Worcester, Mass., with a broth er over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sault and daughter. Marguerite, passeT the holi days here with Mr. and Mrs. Kli Sault. Mr. Sault has a position as linotypist in the office of the Springfield Reporter and will soon move his family there. Miss Genieve Lamson left Sunday for Now York City, to visit Mrs. Cath erine Hazen for a few days, and then will go to Chicago, to complete her course of stijdy at Chicago university. Mrs. Eva Lacy Peck of Freehold. N. Y.. and two nephews, Curtis and Calvin Lacy, are passing the week at Rev. Fraser Metzgers. H. M. Gaj lord has. sold to Guy Osha a small piece of land on the Emerson Terrace, extending down the bank to the house now occupied bt H. . F. Woods. Earle Y. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Klvvin Rogers, and Clara Evelyn Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Greene, were united in marriage at the bride's home Christmas eve, by Rev.'R. 1L Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Rurns of Underbill. Miss Flossie Austin of Es sex Junction and Floyd Garrow of Bur lington have been recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, George Dumas. John Dumas was home from his -work in Belmont for the holidays. Miss Lillian Rye of New Haven, Conn., where she has a position in the office of the American Express office, parsed Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rye. The total proceeds of the Red Cross ball amounted to jjtf.VJ.21. NORTHFIELD i Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Flood and chil dren have been spending the holidays in Redstone, N. IL, at Mrs. Flood's for mer home. , -V ' -Miss Ruth Albin of New York is with her mother, Mrs, J. Albin, for the holidays, Miss Albin is in training for a nurse. ' ' Corporal Lung of the C, S. A., who is at Norwich university, has been granted a 30-day furlough and has gone to Philadelphia, Fa. Mrs. Harold F'iske, who has been spending several weeks with relatives in town, has gono to Nashua, N. H., where she has a situation. Her son, Lloyd Fiske, is with herbrother, Rob ert Ditty, in Brookriuld. Miss Huldah M.ignuaon, teacher in the Northfield graded school, is spend ing part of her vacation at her home in Proctor. ' Mr. and M- M. It. Herlihy of uin cy, Mass.,-are spending the holidays at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Herlihy. ' Miss Marion Burns of the University of Vermont and Charles Burns of St. Michael's colleire are spending their vacation at the home ot their uncle. MARSHFIELD John Duggan Duggan. Mr, went to Daytona, Fla., for Mr. Burns' health, are having a delightful time, and Mr. Burns is much improved. Prof, and Mrs. K..R. B. Flint are spending part of the holiday vacation in Williamstown, Mass., guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hussey, formerly of this town. Mrs. "Mtrtha Parker, who spends the summers at her old home in town, has gone to Knfield, X. H to spend a short time at the home of her bjother, Rev. Walter Dole; from tliere she will go to Woodsville, N. It, to spend the re mainder of the winter with her sister, Mrs. Mary Randall. Mrs. Angie Henderson of Wellfiect, Mass., is in town, being called here by the death of her aunt, Miss Angie Pike. ,, . The American . Legion basketball team went to St. Albans Monday night and were defeated by the legion team of that place by a score of 30 to 18. Mr. H. M. White, matron at the Theta Chi houe, ha gone to her for mer home in Danbury, Conn., for the holiday vacation. Miss Adello McConnachie of Spring field, Mass., is at the home of her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Plumley, for the holi days. Miss Lillian Field of Northampton, Ma., has been spending the holiday vacation at the home of her brother, E. L. Field. Edson Hartsonf w ho has- been visit ing his brothers here and. in Cabot, returned to AVindsor last Tuesday. He was accompanied by his son, Delmer, who has been living here the past, few months.. Mr. and Mrs. Alex (Harton and grandson,- Carl, also returned to Windsor. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hall started on Wednesday for Florida for the rest of the winter. They expected to go via Boston to New York by train and frohi there by boat to Florida. About 2700 cakes of very nice ice have been taken from the river just above the village. Of that amount about 115 tons have been stored in the creamery ice house. George McCrillis has been out of town on a .business trip this week. A. L. Clark was a business visitor in Montpelier on Wednesday. Whitney Davis is working at 'the gristmill at present. Mr. Biiadeau, who cut his foot a whife. ago, has been having a bad time with blood poisoning, but. Is now recovering. There was a gratifying attendance at and aunt, Miss Mary j the services at the Congregational and "Mrs. Burns, who I ..hurch on Wednesday evening. The good WASHINGTON , Universalis church Rev. C. A. Sim mons, pastor. Next Sunday morning the pastor will preach a sermon upon the topic, "Helpful Resolutions for the New Year." let the church be well filled. Sunday school at noon. Mrs. Curtis' Holt of Plainfield is car ing for her father, Dan Taylor, in his illness. set of Filgrini slides were very and most of the people present remained for the late service, which .closed just past the midnight hour. Miss Anna Burnham is able t sit up a short time each day. The census enumerator for Marsh field began his duties on Friday. Any one having to fill out a farm schedule and wishing to have jt' ready when the enumerator calls so as to save time for himself as well as fhe enumerator, can secure a blank by applying to G. A. Furness. Mrs. Shontel and son, Lewi, of Moretown have been visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ward. A brawh of the American Legion has been formed in Marshfield, consisting of 10 members. The following have been chosen officers: Commander, Car roll L. GNMlridge; vice-commander, (Tarem-e O. Pitkin; finance officer, Ray mond S. Oilman;' treasurer, David K. Pike; historian, Ellery J. Lyndes; chaplain, James G. Phelps. ' Communion wilf be observed at the Congregational church next Sunday morning. Subject of the pastor's ser mon will be "Jesus' Prayer for His Enemies." James Maxwejl and Miss Anna Luce of Waterbury and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Howe of Burlington. Ruth Jones and Ralph Joslin returned Tuesday to4heir schools at Northfield, Mass. . ' Mrs. George C'ota accompanied her daughter, Murcella, to the Mnry Fletch er hospital for the removal of her ton sils. Miss Lulie Jones is quite ill at her brother's, E. H. Jones. Misg Crane, a trained nurse, is caring for her. Mrs. Elizabeth Pierce is caring for Mrs. Abbie Taylor at W. E. Jones' dur ing Miss Lulie Jones' illness. Godfrey Kirkness returned to Mont real Friday. ' , . Harold B. Wallis returned Friday to Washington, D. C. Miss Kuth Farr returned. Wednesday from Montpelier, where she has been visiting her auntMiss Mildred Farr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin returned to their home in Pittsfield, Mass., on Thursday. , A joint installation of officers of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs wilf be held at the I. O. O. F. hall Saturday evening. J. N. Buzzell has begun cutting ice on the cove. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Howe of Bur lington were in town Wednesday and Thursday. The friends of Mrs. L. .T. Colbrook will be sorry to learn that she Is ill at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Burling ton. Owing to fhe absence of Rev. Allen Kirkness, there will be no preaching service in the Methodist church on Sun day morning, Jan. 4, but the Sunday sehiiol session and the league meeting will be held ai usual, at noon and. f :30 p. m., respectively. A large attendance is looked for. - WA1TSFIELD The funeral of Mrs. W. W. Joslin was held at her lute homo Thursday. John McCartyof Lawrence, Mass., is visiting at James Nejll's. Alton Farr was painfully injured on Thursday, when a, telephone pole fell on him, injuring his hack. The Masons held their annual supper at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday even ing. A short musical program was giv en, followed by an oyster supper, after which (lancing was enjoyed in the lower hall. Among those present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bailey, BETHEL Frank F'arrell of Boston is a guest of his sister, Mrs. Harlcy H. Shepard. William J. Turner of Leeds, Que., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. L. Emery. Benjamin McKane goes to-day to at tend tha Albany, N. Y., business col lege. Mrs. Ions Guyette has moved from Middlebury into the Kittredge block. With her are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boise, who work at the tannery. Vernon Dumas has moved his family from Rochester into the Wheeler block. With Mrs. Dumas is her mother, Mrs. Mary J. Swinyer. Rev. W. C. Christie of South Royal ton was here last evening to address i the men's union of the Methodist j church. 'Oysters were served by V. B. I Rice and there was music bv E. II. Kit- 1DVTrfT'K! ' ! tredgc and Kenneth Christie. . DlUnHUH ; Mrs. Bessie Whwler returns Monday- Harry A. Pike, graduate optometrist to Windsor to resume her work in the and evesuiht specialist of Brattlebcro, ! office of the Acme Machine Co. w ill be at the hotel Tuesday, Jan. . j PLAINFIELD Card of Thanks. This is the onjy way I could think of: speaking to my many friends to say! "Thank you. one and all, from the bot-: turn of my heart." You have all been . s: kind and thoughtful during my ill- j ness. .Mrs. iusy uanieit. Get the Genuine and Avoid Waste, Economy inEvory Cake Woman Sick Twa Years Tells How She Got Well Mir G. I. Baird of 80 Clenville ave., All ton. Max., writan : "I have bevn tick al most two yeam, had four doctor with Hula or no relief. 1 waa urowinir thin trtrr tajr, went from 138 to 111. 1 waa o diaeour aired I didn't know what to do. One niMht, about three weki ito, 1 picked up a paper and aw your Dr. True' Elixir. Family Laxative and Worm Expellcr cdvertiaed. I made up my mind I had worms, and The next day bought a imall bottle of Dr. True Elixir. I waa surprised at the rcault, stom ach worma www a ftnjrer Ion, so much lime that looked aa though it waa juat the skin of worma. The day before I took Dr. True' Elixir I thought I ahould go wild with the crawling in my atomach. I feel tike a new person, all my friend say 1 look eo much better. I wouldn't have be lieved anyone could ftel ao much better in such a ahort time. I can t givt you.- medi cine praiae enough." Signa of worms: Offcnaive breath, awollen upper lip. sour stomach, deranvrd itomach, ocaAional grtrinirs and pains r.bout '.he nav el, pule face of leaden tint, -y heavy and dull, twitching eyelidn. itching cf the nose, itching of the rtetum, short dry cough, grind ing of the teeth, red points on tiie tongue, tarting during Bleep, flow fever. ))r. True'a Klixir. The Family Laxative and Worm Expeller. ia old by ALL DEALERS. Adv. EAST CALAIS Mrs. George Carle.returned Monday from Burlington, where she has been for a few weeks withSter husband, Vho is in a hospital there. E. W. Cate is to take the censds for the town of Calais. Perley Wilber and family of Rich mond visited at Byron Wilber's last week., . George Clough has had electric lights installed in his house. Carroll Clines has returned from a visit to Massachusetts and Maine. Mrs. Charle Comstock of Plainfield visited relatives in town recently. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lamphere and son, Thcron, visited friends in Mont pelier on Wednesday. ' Mrs. Lillian (lark visited Mrs. Charles Comstock in Plainfield the ftrst of the week. , (ieorge Wheelock and Frank Bugbee were buniness visitors in Montpelier on Wednesday. I). I). Lamb was in Barre on business the first of the week. Miss Kuth Brown has received a cer tificate and medal for excellence in the work done in the Greg stenography svstem. Miss Brown is a graduate of the Montpelier Business school.. Several people from here were in North Montpelier to attend the play Thursday. (Jeorge Clough is sawing .wood for ILirvey Warren. Knowledge That Counts. "f never met a more ignorant man than' Nuriteh. What he' doesn't know would fill a good many bocks." "Yes, but, what he docs know seems to have filled one pocketbook at least.' Boston Transcript. i : GRAN1TEVILLE A special meeting of Summit lodge, No. 3117, will be held Tuesday evening. Jan. tJ, in Miles' hull. All members please attend. Per order warden. Regular meeting of Mystic circle, No. 085, Monday evening, Jan, All mem bers please attend this meeting, as there is important business to trans act. Members of Ma,le Leaf lodge. M. W. of A., please take aotice, that all mem bers whose dues are not paid by Sat urday, Jan. 3, will be suspended. Per brder't Nelson ,Craie, clerk, and Fred Pirie.'banker. ' r The masquerade ball given by the Foresters Wednesday evening was a very successful affair, there beingabout 85 couples present, Hector McLean won the prize for the best coslunc" and Miss Bruce of Websterville claimed second prize. Collins' orchestra fur nished excellent music. Dancing con tinued .until 4 a. m. Refreshments w ere served. . Daniel Bilodeau returned Wednesday from overseas, having arrived at Camp Dix last week. Harold Carey returned Tuesday from Hartford, Conn., where he spent Christ mas with his mother, Mrs. Annia Carey. , ' " Peter McVeigh in spending two weeks with friends in Montreal. Robert Finnigan, John Rabitaille, Hector McLean and Arthur Longchamp leave to-morrow for Detroit, Mich., where they expect to be employed. Andrew , Miles and Bernard Smith left this week for New Haven, Conn. AVilliam Anker has completed his du-J lies, at, iJf. j.. ji. jiuiirjr i biiu work to-day on the E. L. Smith quarry. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aldrich spent the holiday at Mrs. Aldrich's former home in Williamstown. W. H, Paine, who has been visiting friends in town and in Barre, went to Boston last night, where he will spend a few days before returning to his business in Elberton, Ga. "SYRUP OF FIGS ' CHILD'S LAXATIVE Look at Tongue! Remove Poisons from Stomach, Liver and . Bowels. AMUSEMENT NOTES Star Company at Opera House AU Next Wetk. The March musical merry makers come to Barre for the entire week of Jan. 5 and will open the engagement at the, opera house with a 'production of the "Three Twins." This ia quite the largest and most' pretentious mu sical comedy company ever to spend more than one night in Barre. Dis tinctly different from anything seen here before is the March company. They give a different show each night ii the week, all beautifully costumed, special scenery and electrical effects. The leading comedian is Ley Welsh, well known in vaudeville and stock for his merrymaking. The leading woman is Dugmar Lenctte, well knowa to musical comedy lovers. Ruth Wheeler, the soubrette, began her stage career as a child in "Ben Hur." Pat Jfafferty, Alma' Blake, Bert Young, Edward Gett nian, J. Warren Lawler, Anna Styvers and Cliff Hyde make up the remainder of the merry makers. The beauty cho rus "De Looks'' is headed by Virginia Lee, a premier dancer of reputatioi All in all. the ottering at the oper house next week is most exception! and no one can afford to miss it. Th "Three Tw'ins," Monday night, is to h followed by "For the Love of . Mike, a cartoon comedy by Bud Fisher, ere tor of Mult & Jeff, Tuesday night. Th only matiiue is on Saturday, whe "Buster Brown" will be presented fo children from 4 to 04. adv. Especially Cash to "Give Up." "You must, give up coffee and " "I nevec drink it, doctor." . "And stop smoking.'', , "I doii'tsmoke." ''Humph! that's bad. If you haven' anything to give tip,' I'm afraid 1 can' do' much for you." Boston Transcript Coughing1 - ia annoying and harmful. Relieve throat irritation, tickling and rid of coughs, cokla and boaraescaS at ones by taking Week of Jan. 5. Matinee At 2:15 Evenings &t 6:45 and 8:30 1 ATrpt "Calnorr.ia" Sjrun oi igs oi-ly-iHk for the name Ca'ifornia on the package, then. you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless laxative or physic for the liUle stomach, liver and bowels. Chil dren love its delicious fruity tastb. Full directions for child's does oa each bottle. Give it without fear. Mother! You must say "California." Adv. 'la TTabht S-rnvr. Tlie CarTOOHIST OF 4i THE I.EWISTON JOCHNAL SAW YOC IN My Best Girl" All work guaranteed, -adv Itegular visits. Mrs. W guest of Khoades. M. Pembcr of Rochester is a her daughter, Mra. W. W. She was Fat T iliadaw an thta pletora tte oa aa laea how ha J.wkel and f-it R iskine Oil af Karata and followlne lha aaar dlm-Uona of Korria evatna (ha ream M aeaaae ID Hire ranmna. row la afllai artraetma,. men lallr altrt and In beitif r,ith. KtUable an-fa alf IrratmanL Wnj women haa roiurad eiillr. U'lmjlr. 10 m a muin.la. Ioni C c(il'l ) trmeim aal pu oil at Koreln at aay amy : ar wma w free book of arivu-a (roaw-a In plua wrapper) ta EaraiA Ca M-ji. Siauea . i Seta Clt fO0 GUARANTEE. sj, ajc-i PfL B -jcfr" " P jl A i PARAMOUNT MONDAY, JAN. 5 DRAMA . Dorothy Dalton in her besf production " MARKET OF SOULS " The play that will please everyone INTERNATIONAL NEWS , BURTON HOLMES SELECT COMEDY TUESDAY, JAN. 6 Olive Thomas in "UPSTAIRS AND DOWN" - It's a crackerjack, worth seeing twice. A laugh at every step. HELEN HOLMES IN "FATAL FORTUNE" AND TRAVEL SELECT DRAMA WEDNESDAY, JAN, 7 Mitchell Lewis in "THE FAITH OF THE STRONG" Thrilling action and heart interest. A play of the Northwest. PICTORIAL LIFE MUTT & JEFF CARTOON ARTCRAFT THURSDAY, JAN. 8 MELODRAMA .Robert Warwick and All-Star Cast in the Famous Play TOLD IN THE HILLS" An especially fine story. RAINBOW COMEDY PICTOGRAPH FOX FRIDAY, JAN. 9 DRAMA' ' Peggy Hyland in " THE MERRY-GO-ROUND " An interesting story of circus life. DOUBLE HOLD-UP COMEDY AND NEWS VITAGRAPH , SATURDAY, JAN. 10 DRAMA Gladys Leslie in "THE GRAY TOWERS MYSTERY" v Action, mystery and adventure. , "SIMPLE LIFE," -reel comedy "LOOKING FOR TROUBLE" Remember only one show every afternoon start ing at 2:15. Two shows every night at 6:45 and 8:30 SCENE FROM "MY BEST GIRL," MARCH'S MUSICAL MERRV-MAKERS. OPERA HOUSE. ALL NEXT WEEK. Barre Opera House-Week Jan. 5 A Pleasant Smils is the Pride of Life and if you have a few teeth missing they should be replaced by a nice, natural piece of Crown and Bridge Work, which costs you ONLY $5.00 per tooth. Owing to this reasonable price, no one should deprive thernseives of Nature's best (a smile). H ARCH'S USICAL ERRY-MAKERS MONDAY 66HPTLJTTnTL7TL7 TWINS" Special for This Week $1.28 93 .85 63 II -43 S - To reduce our stock before tsking Inventory, we have made a cut in prices on the following articles that will mean money to you: Mittens, regular price I1.50, this week Mittens, regular price $1.10, this week Mittens, regular price $1.00, this week . ; Mittens, regular price 75c, this week Mittens, reeular price 50c, this week Extra value n,nlinea Mittens wun ngni wooien ohm i wc miuc, j, lar price $i.5. this week only '- '-oo for the two pairs Man's Heavy Hose, regular price $1.15. now 90c Men's Heavy Hose, regular price 75c, now' : 63c Men's Heavy Hose, regular price 60c, now 495 Special sale of International Stock and Poultry Food, 60c package 47c; 10c package 5C Also, Five Boxes of Matches for '5C g MCALLISTER BROTHERS, East Barre, Tel. 691 j it i t T r i i i r t T 9 Electrical Wiring and Supplies THE ELECTRIC STORE P. JI. CARR, Trop. 14 Elm St, Barre; TeL 557-M -I ; t ? t i i in TUESDAY NIGHT TOR THE LOVEsOF MIKE By Bud Fisher, creator of "Mutt and Jeff," on stage and I screen. With Chorus Girls Contest. OTHER PLAYS: THE BEAUTY SHOP," as played by Raymond Hitchcock. -MY BEST GIRL, as presented by Clifton Crawford. THE RED WIDOW (feature play), another of Hitch cock's successes. -ALMA, WHERE DO YOU LIVE?" in which Kitty Gordon made her first American hit. -BUSTER BROWN, Saturday Matinee (for children from 4 to 94). Dr. Meagher's Dental Parlors Miles Granite Block, in the two middle offices Open Monday, Wednesday. Saturday Evenings 7:30 to 9; Lady Attendant NOTE This company plays only the larger cities. It is the largest week stand organization on tour and comes here with the reputation of being the cleanest and best costumed girl show in America. The principals are well known every where, and the chorus is called "the chorus de looks." The management considers Barre fortunate in securing this excellent company. Did You Forget? Did you forget to give some friend a gift at Christmas? it a ci.rcrpst somethinz electrical for the New lear. We still have a nice selection of Table Lamps, Toasters, a Grills. Hat Irons and other appliances, priced right. 5 Come in and let us snow you smwwic inciuwa Barre Electric Co. Tel. 98 s n PRICES: -Tie 50c, 73c, Matinee Saturday only 15 and 23, plu war lax. Seals on sale al Box Office, Saturday, 2 to 5 and 6:30 to 9:00 Thone 471-W Announcement I have removed my Insurance Offices to Number 9 Keith avenue, rear of the Rowland block. At thin new location you will rwive- the ram pood ervic. 1 the 9xme tmnp and reliable coirfanioa. the tame prompt and Mtfartory wttlemetit of 1"W, and will have the urn agent. The only charre i the location. G.Herbert Pape, Telephone 268-M t