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THE BitRRE DA1LV TIMES, UAI1RE, VT., SATURDAY; JANUARY 10, 1920.
IVII1TE RIVER JUNCTION j. Good Reports Received By Universal ists at Annual Meeting. Ilia annual parish mr-etinj; of the -Virst Lnivci-BHlist clnin-li was held in "the Gate Memorial library hall Thurs day evening, Jan, 8. The supper was ."served at 7 o'clock and more than oO people nat down to a bounteous feast. ' During the supper hour everyone seemed in the best of spirits a ad wit f and wisdom seemed to mix in with the .".thing that went to feed the body. After the supper was over and the w" tables had been cleared away, the meet 'ing was called to order by Rev. H. L. 'Thornton, moderator for the year 1011). D. A. Pingree was elected moderator. .The report of the treasurerr Wr. C"J, Kcach, was one of the best report that "has been read at an annual meeting tn vyears. Miss Nellie Dean then read the report as treasurer of the ladies' aid ' nd this was certainly a most enoour ..aging one. It showed that the women of the church had taken in and expend ed over $600 and had a nice balance jii the treasury. The Sunday school re 'port showed that the Sunday school was in a prosperous condition, in fact every branch of the church had a sum left in the treasury after all bills had been paid. That is something that .ias ' not happened in the church for gome "years and it indicates the healthy con dition of the church. , The election of ' officers followed: D. A. Pingree, mod erator; Nellie Adams, clerk; Mrs. C. .1. ,Keach, treasurer; Miss Nellie Dean, Mrs. F. H. Perkins, Miss Bertha Per kins, Mrs. Kd. Stone, Mrs. E. J. Pease, V executive committee. The board of trustees is as follows: S. H. Adam, Andrew Rollins, C. J. Keach, E. E. Bag ley. Special trustees, F. II. Perkins, D. A. Pingree, I. A. Johnson. One of the features of tms meeting wim-u fered from others was the fact that ' more of the contributors to the support : of the parish were present than at any previous annual meeting, another fea ture was the good fellowship and feel ing of the people of the parish. This will be the third vear for the present encumbent, Rev. H. h. .Thornton. Rev. Clark 0. Paddock, pastor of the First Universalist church of White Hill, N. Y.Vwas a guest of Rev. H. L. Thorn ton" Thursday and Friday. Mr. Pad dock is to be a candidate for the pulpit of the Northlleld l'niversalist church. The annual meeting of the X. P. Wheeler Hotel corporation was held nt the directors' room of the First Nation al 4ank at White River Jifmtion Jan. ; 8, and the following directors and offi cers wero elected for the year,, ensuing, viz.: Directors, Charles L. Lefcourveau. X. P. Wheeler. H. F. KingslcyV Rachel Cordon, A. C Whitham. Ollicers: President, Charles Lebourveau; vice president, A. U. Whitham;-clerk, H. F. KiiiKsdev; treasurer and general man ager, N. P. Wheeler; auditor, Everett J. Katon. , . . - GROWN New Grange Officers Installed and Oy ster .Supper Served. . The installation of the officer of Oroton grange occurred at a meeting held Wednesday evening at the hall in .the Vance block. Walter Hall of St. .luhnsbury Center, district deputy of the grange, was present and agisted with the work. Following the installa tion an oyster supper was served and a dance given which was enjoyed by the members, and guests. A large number were present. Among those from dut of town were MA and Mrs. Hall of St Johnsbury Center, Mr. P. M. Bcckley, Charles Gibson, Livermore and Margar et Bailey, Miss Margaret Crowe, Orrin Beckley'and Jrving tiilrillaii of South x Ryegate. A daughter was born the first of the ' week to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Murray. Miss Emma Riggs, who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Ricker several days last week and this, has returned to her home lit Bristol, Conn. " Thomas McDowell of New York City, who is visiting relatives at South Rye gate,, was in town Wednesday to visit R, A. Davidson, his cousin. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ricker left Thurs day for Burlington to vipit at the home of "their son, J. E. Ricker. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heath of Lake port, X. II.., returned to their home Thursday after- visiting -Airs. Helen Heath, their mother, and other rela tives. Walter Whitehill flf W'eH Topshain was a visitor in town this week. Mrs., Hurry A. Hosmer and children and Airs. Inez Welch were visitors in Woodsvilie, X. II., Thursday. Mrs. A. R. Taylor was a visitor at Wells River Thursday. Miss Xellie Knox returned Wednes day from a vacation of 10 days which was passed in Worcester, Mass., and Providence, R. I. Mrs. Charles Jewell, who has been visiting Levi Wilson, her brother, has returned to her home at Piermont, X. H. Mr. McKenzie of St. Johnsbury, who was employe-! here fur a time, was in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. Alton leonard have comfinneed housekeeping in the tene ment of Mrs. Cora Welch, recently va cated by James White. Charles Hooper, only son of Mr. -and Mrs. Frank Hooper of North Ryrate, and Mis Gladys Smith, daughter if Mrs. Charles E. Carrouth of Groton, were united in marriage Thursday morning, Jan. 1, at the Heplist par sons sf by Rev. E. W. Puffer. Methodist Episcopal church Rev. Stead Thornton, pastor. Sunday niorn in;; sorvico at 10:t.. Sunday hool at iJ. Evening service at 7:.'t0. Midweek , pruyer wrvic ThurMln evening at ":-.0. Topic Sunday morning. "The Dairn f Life. Eeuing topic, -Temptation." tfATERBURY At the ('(insrfyntional church to- nmrroH n.oruiiij; the n.mmunion of the Ird' viipppr 1 olwrvwl. Tii ubjH-1 fur the rrmn by Krv. 1U1- i rd t". Havre tf "tltrietuin l i- : drill j;." lo the eetin;j all are urped tn at'.rnd the union wnift in the Metfcidit church at which Rev. V. R. Davenport, dittnet rjp,rintendrnt, iU, sjx-ak. ' ' At the Mel hod': -t F.ptM-rj1 church V.r. H. H. ha fur th Mibjwt of hi rmn. tl' Kaith in Man." ; At !t. Anlrr" chur'-h. rTti,--e a Bnal. Kcv. Robert IVvot. r:r. j Frwnd f the Hon. ii. K. M.Kiy in ; the ftat and cmiilv a H a tbr toon are rj ir2 lhat he i HKHii irr wmfortab'e Jur.iiir li tr to Kl-r A lW'CTarn writ frux rl thai u far he a prll ar mUms .n nn hv. Mr 'lVt t"i! ni Mr KM 1 wrlv c-f -th IinvUnr, f h mi it I'jr !.;. t;. ate RANDOLPH Sargent, Osgood & Roundy have sold 25 new " sugar evaporators and other equipment, within a small distance Miss Pauline Neill is now the new clerk in the store of II. A. Leonard, having closed her work at Springfield. The officers of Excelsior encampment, No. 24, I. O. O. F., were installed Fri day night by L. C. Beck, D. IV (1. P., and J C. Howell, D. D. G. J. W both of Barre, and a light lunch was served following the ceremonies The ollicers were a follows: L. ft. Ersk'ine, C. P.; E. P. Stokes, S. W.; X. C.Jones, serine; F. A. Salisbury, treasurer: G. W. Rog ers. J. W.; L S Jones, guide ; E. P. Stokes, inside guardian; W. C. Emer son, 0. J. Mareott, A. L. Galarneau and J-'. A. Bruce, first, second, third and fourth watches, respectively. M. M. ' Wilson and J. C. Sherburne were in Montpelier thisKweek to attend a session of supreme court, and the an nual meeting of the Vermont Bar as sociation. Mr. Sherburne 'was elected vice-president of the association. Joseph Bean, who has been a visitor with friends in town this week, has gone to Springfield, where he has em ployment. ;Miss E. S. Fogg and Miss Alice Hatch have'closed their home on South street, and Tuesday left for Boston. Miss Fogg went at once to Washington, D. C, where she was joined by her sister, Mrs. F. S. Howe of Chicago, and the two ladies have gone to Geneva hotel, Sea Breeze, Fla., for the winter. Louis Merusi has ,gone to Southern Pines, X. S., where he is a partner in a fruit store, and will assist in the man agement. Mrs. Merusi will attend to the business here. Mrs. P. O. Bergamo and Miss Marie Cadwalader have been in Brooklyn, XV V., on a business trip. Mrs. Alice Rumrill has returned from a several days' visit with her siwter. Mrs. H. B. lenney, in Barre sume ner worKj Opt. F. S. Swett, w-Jio has been stationed at the armory at Springfield Mass., has been transferred t Fort Mclvinley, Portland, Me. Charles Tewksbury of Chicago was the guest of his brother, J. F. Tewks bury, and family over Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. A. JDrew and son, Eraser, recently visited Mr. Drew's brother, Dr. H. A. Drew at Barre, and Charles Kingsbury at lontpelier. Mrs. Jennie Marble, formerly of this place, will soon undergo a second op eration for gall stones at Dr. Goddard's hospital in Brockton, Mass, This is the fifth operation which Mrs. Marble has' has been obliged to undergo. STRAFFORD Milo Sleeper and Isaac Howe were recent visitors in Bradford. Misses Edith Preston and Lena West, Massachusetts teachers, returned Sat urday to their schools. The friends of R. B. Prescott gath ered Saturday evening at his home to remind him that it was his birthday. Music, dancing and refreshments made the evening most enjoyable. ('apt. Saxton J. Arnyld, a Civil war veteran niea Minuay at itie advanced ag of 03 years and 10 months. The funeral was attended on Tuesday and . burial was the following day at. Hub bardton, JIass. Mrs. Morse and son were called here from Massachusetts by the serious con dition of her father. Captain Arnold. Mrs. Kenneth Swift and daughter are with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Swift. Mr. Swift having gone to Greenfield, Mass., thinking to take a position there. Behrend Hallen is working at Wind sor. James Linton ia working at White River Junction. Earliue and Carolyn Bagley and Rob ert Lewis returned to South Hoys It on Sunday and the Misses Doolittle have returned to St. Johnsbnry academy. Clyde II. Avery is working in Boston. The annual church meeting and roll call of the Congregational church was held on Wednesday at library hall. arre Miss Jennie Johaston. after passing , On aceount of the uncertain prices of of painfl(1,d oniciating. a few days here with her sisters, Mrs.; sugar nowadays, many people will tap were Lester Knapp, a son- W. F. Hudson and Miss Maude John-1 their sugar . places, early, good and mfoul HatIiawav. a nephew, ston, has returned to" Lebanon to re-1 hard. . . VrU CoU.A .ml Charles' Little. Bur- 1 13 rji F.RAY COMSTOCK AND WILLIAM ELLIOTT OFFERS THE SIXTH NEW EDY SUCCESS Si IT- 3 Book and Lyrics By Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse Music By Louis Hirsch The Glittering Song, Dance, Music and Fun Show A New York Princess Theatre Ca'st and the 1 id. V?4 .0 0J . . . , . r . . . I'KICES: oOc. Toe, J1.00 and ?U0; front rows, $2.00 plus war tax. BEtHEL Wnitcomb High School Defeated V. S. A., 39 to 24. Whitcoitib high school defeated the Vermont School of Agriculture in a two-period basketball game at the to,wn hall last evening by a score of 31) to '24. The first period was close than the second, and the whole game, though somewhat slow, was close enough t be interesting. Edward L. Rogers did good work as referee and a careful score was kept by Miss Xan Keleher. The line up: "" W. II. S. , V. S. A. Lavere, rf Kddie Haikara, Hickey, If rg, Follett Mitiguv, o ......' e, More Hiekev, King, Ig. ,...rf, Blades KingMorell, rg. If, Whitney Baskets, Whitney 7, Mitiguy ,' King 6. Lavere 4, Moore" 2, Blades 2, Hickey, Haikara, Morrell; fouls, King,' Moore, Whitney. Charles Gagne, who was operatedon Wednesday evening at the sanatorium for a broken pelvis and rupture, caused by a falling tree, is making good prog ress at the sanatorium. B. E. Davis of Manchester, X. II., formerly of this place, is at the Homeo pathic hospital in Boston for an opera tion for a cataract on one of., his eyes. Mrs. Charles Booth of Bndgowater has returned home after visiting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Chambcrlin. The Woman's Relief corps will hold its annual installation of officers Tues day, Jan. 1:1, at ,i p. In., and the reg ular meeting that evening. ! J. W. Seinhattsei' is with his family for a short stay from his work iti Brockton, Mass. WEST FAIRLEE Glenn Aldrich shot a bobcat on King hill a few days since. The scarlet fever patieitt is doing cll'as could be expected. Merton and Claud Guertin have been niaking-a visit to the home of their oarents. Many about here would be willing toj build a new house, provided they could put in a Rockefeller foundation. ' Miss Hazel Wood, 'a rising young teacher at Middletowu, Conn., has been visiting her mother at C. W. Bliss." John P. Southworth of Blood brook died at his home in his 81st year. Mr. Southworth was an old and valued res ident. The funeral was held from his late home lo-day. We say, boycott the 3.1-eent sugar. We fail to see the justice in turning down the Cuban crop for nine cents a pound ad paying Louisiaa 18 cents for the same thing. Let everybody go without for JO days and sugar will be j reduced to a common denomination. I WARREN .The following officers of Warren grange, No. 'M'.i, were . duly installed Monday night, .Ian. u, as follows .Mas Stanley ter, Kay -Bashaw:, overseer, Martin; lecturer, aun Jtrew; secre tary, Clara Patiuette; treasurer, George Robinson, sr.; steward, Aaron Etey; assistant steward, Willie Mobus; chap lain, Julia Robinson; teres, hlirabeth Bashaw. Pomona. Cora Church; Flora, Thelnia Martin; lady assistant stew ard, 'Anna Brown; gatekeeper, Walter Murray. Miss Ehel McCaig, who was called here by the death of her stepfather, Abe. Van Densen, returned to Spring field, Mass., Thursday morning. George Long was in Montpelier on Wednesday with Arthur Mobus, wife and child, accompanied by Dr. Waren, to consul with Dr. Maguirc. They re turned Wednesday night without oper ating on the child for the present. Miss Anna Turner went Thursday to St Albans fur a visit with her sister, Mrs. Harry Boyce. ORANGE Cre-Septic, for spraying stables, at Russell's Red Cross rharmacy.-radv. pera as w O H FAR-FAMED BEAUTY WAITSFIELD ' Rev. W, A. Davenport, the district superintendent, will supply the M. E. pulpit next Sunday. , Miss Jesuica' Joslin,' who has been spending the holidays at her home here, returned Wednesday to, Whitehall, X. Y., where she is employed in the silk mill. . ' ' Miss Dorothy Savage has been con fined to the house for a few days with a slight attack of tonsilitis. , ' E. S. Joslin was in Montpelier Tues day. Mrs. George Kingsbury has been 111 the past few days with the prevailing distemper. . v Mrs. Kirkness is very sick with pneumonia and Miss Ashland, a uure from Burliiigton, is caring for her, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferris are both sick, she with grip and he has pleurisy around the heart. The Congregational Sunday school accepted the report of its nominating committee Sunday and lias the follow ing officers for another year: Superin tendent, John Connor; assistant super intendent, Will. 'Graved; secretary and treasurer, Guy SavngeJ assistant, Mary MeAUister; superintendent of primary department, Dorothy Savage; assist ant, Gladys Palmer; advisory commit tee, all the teachers and superintend ents; concert committee, Mrs. W, E. Jones, Mrs. Roland Stafford. Miss Irene Joslyn, Clarence Tucker, with primary superintendents "cx-officio; room com mittee, Frank Joslyn; Everett Palnir; assistant, Ruth Farr, Florence Whit-comb. NORTH MONTPELIER Many Flowers Given by Friends at Funeral of Mrs. Mae L. Johnson. The funeral of the late Mrs. Mae L. Johnson -was held from her late home lal took place in the village cemetery beside her late husband. The floral tributes were many and beautiful, telling of thei esteem in which she was held, and included the following: Pillow, daughters: large spray of white carnations. "Mr. and Mr. A. L. Parsons and family; pink and white carnations. Miss Hattie Sib lev; pink and white carnations, Mr. aiid Mrs. W. G. Nye and son, Charlie; white carnations, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Mears; pink and white carnation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hopkins; pink and white carnations, Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Atlridye;' pink and white carnations, Wilfo.d C. Hathaway; l4 white carnations, pink and whttear nations and cream roses, all from the employes of the Little AVoolen mill. Among those from out of town to attend the funeral' were her daughter. Mrs. Leon King, and two daughters and , a son from East Corinth; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Knapp of Bellows FallsMrs. j Knapp being another daughter; Mrs.' Charles Hopkins of Waterbury Center, sister-in-law; Mrs. Richard J. At- Colson of Waterbury Center. Card of Thanks. I We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for the kindness shown to us in the loss of our dear mother, also fyr the beautiful flowers. - J Mr. and Mrs. Leon King , and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester King und family, Miss Bertha Johnson, sMiss Hattie Johnson. CABOT It i requested that all' member of Morrill W. R. C, No. 35, meet at soci ety hall Tuewlay, Jan. 1.1, at 2 p. m. for practice. The ladies of the corps will serve a public supper from 5 to 8, consisting of oysters, rolls, cake and coffee, after which a public installation of officers will be held. Everyone cor dially invited. oose5 Wednesday, SOUTH RYEGATE Combination of Hard Cold and Little Snow Bad for Water Systems. The severe cold wave of Sunday, aid ed by the lack of snow oh the ground, caused considerable trouble with frozeu tern, thafof W. D. Darling and of G. Lonardi are all out of commission, and a number of other householder had more or less trouble. . While cutting ice on the rivr for the II. P. Hood & Sops creamery, Gerald Beckley' fell and cut his chin quite badly, necessitating several stitches be- Pcter Guernieri left Tuesday morning for Morriaville. where he has secured employment as clerk in a fruit store. Mrs,; E. E. Wallace returned Tues day from a two weeks' visit to her people in Mcthuen, Mass. ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McDowell ar rived from New York on Saturday and will make an extended visit in town. They are staying with Mrs. James Beaton. . The sudden death of Alvah S. George of Woodsville Friday morning was a shock to many people in South Ryc gUte,vh had Juiown him for a life time. His brother, W. T. George, was summoned but did not reach him until after he had passed away. The cause of death was hwirt failure, induced by acute indigestion. i Mrs. M. J. ,Moulton of Boston w visiting her brother, T, S. Gray, and family. 'A grand ball under ttie auspices oi le dancing das will be given in Gib- the son mil Thursday evening, Vet'., in, with Ivlark's orchestra of Woodsville for music. The first part of the even ing will be given up to the children's dancing class, the last pari "to the adults. Station Agent I, W. Clifford, floor manager. . Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Beaton spent Wednesday night in Barre. Mrs. F. J. Tewksbury entertained the ladies' aid society of the. Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon. The I'nited Presbyterian church is observing the week of prayer by meet ing every evening in their vestry and the attendance has been good. Alex. T. Beaton, jr., has been confined to the house for two weeks with a severe cold. ' ' Miss Celia' Irrgraham who has been working-in Saugerties, X. Y., i at home for a few weeks. - Miss Roberta Brock returned to her school iii Vershire Monday. BROOtCFlELD 1 i A leap year ball at grange stown, Friday, Jan. 10. chest ra. Dancing from 8 ' Old-fashioned hall, Williamstowi Gilbertsoii s ore to I. Admission, $1 per couple; specta tor, -adv.- Kemp's Baisam WiilStopthmCouch 6UARANTEEO Green Trading Stamps Ve have started he New Year by giving out S. & H. Green Stamps on cash pur chases. Come in and get your book and save the stamps. Lee and Clara B. Shortt - Marshneld, Vt YORK PRLNCESS THEATRE MUSICAL COM- , . . FlC3 A. I CHORUS At Box Office .Monday, AMUSEMENT NOTES "Oh, My Dear Said to Contain Cleanly v f : Funny Situations, Xo one who admires reai wit, en joy cleanly funny situations, loves charming music and. likes to see pretty youthful girls rgfeoiialy gowned, can j afford to miss "Oh, My Dear", the sixth New York Princess theatre musical comedy auccesB, which Pomes to the Barre opera house, on Wednesday, Jan. 14. The fact that F. Ray Comstock and William Elliott, sponsors for the previous notable musical productions at the famous New York playhouse, are also sponsors for this, is guarantee fi ough. of its excellence, Guy Bolton P. G. Wodehouse and Louis A. Hirsch supply the book, lyrics and music, and the cast includes Miss Estaire Keye, Miss Mildred Donnelly, Rolliii Grimes, Mr. Spencer Chartir's, Miss Wayne Nunn, Miss Olive Shelly, Earl Reading, Miss Martha Voight, Del Marie, and Miss Helen Frances. . The chorus is unique in musical com edy history, consisting as it does of the youngest, fresh-faced, graceful, talented girls and dancers that producers could find. adv. - Overdoing It. "Selfishness," said President Xoojian of Marquette university, "is out of plaee injnarriage. Selfishness in mar riage leads straight to the divorce court. "A selfish woman who married a year ago the other day called on a divorce lawyer to see about getting a divorce. ":"'What"is the complaint, ma'am f asked the lawyer. 'Docs your husband abuse you? Or has he been unfaith ful?' . '"No," said the selfish woman calmly. j 'but he snores,' . "'Snores? Is that all, madam?' " "Isn't that enough ?' "'But, madam,' the -lawyer, stam mered, 'didn't you marry the poor fol low for better or worse ?' ", 'Yes, I did," 1 she snapped, 'but I didn't marry him for a brass band.'" Los Angeles Times. BOSTON1MAS& A minute from surface or 'Subwiy cara-famed fat comfort, convenience and coartear. Refariuahed. All tha modern cortTsnioncos in cvory room prompt servico modersto prices. European plan. $1.00 a Uy up-end the unique resUursnt pow on oi Boston's show plscey. where thj choicest tho market affords is aTTed in quaint and beautiful aurroundinca to perfect music THI FAMOUS WRESTLING Clan Cordon Hell Wednesday, January 14 . TWO BIG BOUTS JACK MONROE Westers Middleweight Wrestler VS. JOE SHIMKUS Carnival Champion of Barre AND JOE PURELLI Italian 'Middleweight Champion of Manchester, N. H. VS. JIM PAPPAS the Greek Demon Ticket at Landfi'a .Cigar Store. Boya under 14. 5C' General admis sion 50c, and Ringside li.oo, plus .war tax. Jan, 1 4 1 2toJand6:3Jo9p.m. WITH less farm labor New England farmers will be able to row even larger crops by using Essex Animal Fertilizers. Made from the best organic materials, BLOOD, BONE AND MEAT, to which we add high grade chemicals. Always active and reli. able. Tor went out soil we are selling an Animal Fertilizer with 4 water-soluble POTASH. - Essex Fertilizer! are especially profitable to the farmer because they save labor and (row greater crops on the same number of cree for high market prices. Farmer arc cautioned to enter orders early as supply of raw materials is uncertain. Write for our Booklets about how to grow crops and for our agent's Dime. Local agents wanted. ESSEX FERTILIZER CO., Boston Mas. Breach Cooiolidated Reodoriag Co. 11 3 . Evenings - f ,Week of Jan. ' MONDAY. ' '-iM'nillliTTn'TI !! 1 irWiiSia'l 1 ia PaPAivrnnNT ' Wallace Iieid in - "THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS From the famoiiR book INTERNATIONAL NEWS PARAMOUNT TUESDAY, JAN. 13 COMEDY Marguerite Clark in " LUCK IN PAWN " - Miss Clark' latest release, that you ean't miss Hwin-,'. MUTUAL TRAVEL "FATAL FORTUNE" SELECT WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14 Clara Kimball Younc: in "THE BETTER WIFE" : From "The Ixve (,iut.," bv Ignore ColIVe. PICTORIAL LIFE AND " FOUR OF A KIND " MUTT & JEFF CARTOON PARAMOUNT THURSDAY, Billie "THE MISLEADING WIDOW " ' ' A Ha pi 'i t from the famous Ktau-c siicophs. "Hilleteil." PICTOGRAPH Comedy, "BROWNIE'S D0G-G0NE TRICKS" FOX FRIDAY, George Walsh in V THE WINNING STROKE A college picture with pep and punch. Soc the ah- HtirvarH row. CURRENT EVENTS V Comedy, " COUNTERFEIT TRAIL" VITAGRAPH " SATURDAY, JAN. 17 DRAMA Alice Joyce in " THE WINCHESTER WOMAN " From the famous magazine story, by Charles Ntokca Wayn?. A thrilling drama of mvterv and suspoiiHe. COMEDIES, "FLIPS AND FLAPS," AND " TOUGH LUCK" ' Remember only one show every afternoon start ing at 2il5. Two shows every night at 6:45 and 8:30 I Bargain Special Week Purity Rolled Oati, per package , Quaker Corn Flakes, per package Kellogf or Annour'i Corn Flakes, per package 13C a r 15c ;j Sunny Corn, the new and delightful cereal, reg. price 19c; thia week as a H trial 17c. We stand behind this article and if you don't like it we will 3 be glad to refund purchase price. 2. Golden Age Macaroni, Spaghetti end See the beautiful pictures given nection with the above. Ask us about it. t McALLISTER BROTHERS, East Carre, Tel. 691 j Y Ainiouncement I have removed my Insurance Offices to Number 9 Keith avenue, rear of the Howland block. At this new location you will nveive the fame good acrvir, - the same strnne and reliable ronianif. the same prompt and s.iti'factory settlement of looa, and will have the am a?rnt. The only char;e i th location. G. Herbert Pape, .Telephone 263-M V.. : : 7 8 ' - l Keep this Date Open FEBRUARY 9 Concert'by the Famous ...... Russian Symphon) Orchestra' - 60 Men Modest Altschuler, Conductor MONTPELIER CITY HALL Tickets on Sale Soon Direction Mr. and Mrs. B. Eames :! 3 1 J FERTILIZERS Matinee ' At 2:15 ' Evenings -6:45 and 8:30 12 TAN. n DRAMA by C'apt. Peter It. Kyiie SCREEN MAGAZINE DRAMA JAN. 15 FARCE Iiurke in JAN. 16 MELODRAMA s oc, 3 for 25c H Vermicelli, pkj.' gc, 3 for 15 j- free to winners of contest in con- j li i ' This 1 . V. li Si aSc " '1 41 -- IK 'I" T.rrv 21 75