THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE,
.22s Homer Fitts Co.
" The Store Where Quality Counts'
Just Before Inventory We Offer
A Sale of Small
held with the purpose of quick distribution of "few of
a kind" and remnant lots that have accumulated in
regular, stocks. Every item is marked at tempting
savings to quickly speed it to new owners.. To appre
ciate the values at their own full worth you must
come SATURDAY and see them. - They won't last long
at these prices, so come as early as you can.
Misses' Flannel Night Gowns at . QQ
Good quality 8triioil Outing Flannel; nines 13, 111 and 17. O
Regular price, $1.50.
Men's Worsted Knit Gloves at
Khaki color only. Regular price .$1.23.
Nurses', White Aprons at 1
Red Cross tylo, with cap inclinled. lingular price for JL w
set, $2.40. ,
Fir Balsam Cushions at 1 A
Small size. Regular price 50c. ( XJ
Striped Outing Flannel at 9 r
Only 53 yards in lot; Pink and iilue Stripes. JL
Children's Knitted Toques at OQr
Assorted colors. Regular price i!lc. L,
Skating Sets and Scarfs at S Qr
Women and -Misses' sizes. Regular price, $1.30. J
Women's White Voile Wiasts at 7Qr
Odd sizes and broken lots. Regular price $1.30. - I s
Women's Dress Shields at 9 Or
Garment style, large size. Regular price 3!k aW X V
Elastic Hair Nets at .-. Cn
Colors, Liplit JSrown and Blonde, 5 net in package. Reg: - J
ular price 10c. ' ' '
Sewing Machine Oil at 1 r
Hitfh grade Oil, warranted not to stain or gum. Rcgulur 1JL
Full Size Bed Comforters at 2 AQ
Good quality covers and filling. Regular price, $4.7o. T y
Cotton Pillow Cases at AQr
Good quality. Sizes 42x;iti, 42,M1t. TL
Turkey Red Table Covers at 1 7 C
Good size, fast color. Regular price $2.50. ., L, J
Boned Skirt Belting at, per yard 1 Hr
White only, net foundation. Regular price 23c. 1VV-N
AT THE PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE
AT THE SHOE BARGAINS
TO THE WONDERFUL VALUES
We have some ripping good bargains
LADIES' SHOES MEN'S SHOES
$10 Black Boots for
$9 Field Mouse Boots .$5.98
$7.50 Beaver Pumps. . .$1.98
$10 Light Gray Boots. .$5.29
Ground Grippcr Shoes, $12.50 Shoes for $6.40
DO YOU KNOW
We give 20 per cent discount on all stock
People's Shoe Store
C. S. ANDREWS, Prop. , Barre, Vermont
BARRE DAILY TIMES
FRIDAY JANUARY 23, 1920.
Snow to night and Saturday; warm
er to-night moderate winds mostly
east. . '
TALK OF THE TOWN
Work Shoes ...$3.49, $4.79
High Cuts $5.19, $5.60
Black Dress Shoes ... .$5.98
You can save money by purchasing
now for next year. The prices arc sure
The assortment is still large, and the
prices are right.
Let us show you.
Frank McWliorter Co.
Gap & Gage office will close at 7:110
Miss Hessic Brennan arrived in Barre
yesterday from Quebec.
New and used sleigha for Hale at Cut
ler Bros.' J'verv. 'Plione MM)
Vietrola and Sonora talking roa-
ehines at Bailey's Mimic Room.
One more pi tod neeond-liand piano at
a bargain at Baileys Muaie Booms.
Hegular Saturday night danee, How
land hall; GilnertVon'n orchestra. adv.
Extraordinary price a ever offered
on dresses at Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc.
Don't forei Hie piano Movers' dunce
to-nipht at Howland liail. l.arroll s or
ehentra. adv. 1 ,
Alex. Straiton is confined to his
home, havinp undergone a slight opera
tion during the week.
Bip time in Socialists hall Saturday
night. Leap year dance, Carroll's or
chestra. Nuf aed. -adv.
Just received, a new lot of Boston
baps. Special prices for Saturday, $2.50
to $4.2."t. Joinder's Cipar Store.
TrueUinp Done 'Anyone wanting
light or heavy truckinp done, chII the
Granite City BotWinp Works, -adv.
Notice: The Kpworth league sleiph
ride, which was to have been held this
evening, has been postponed indettnite
ly. " Don't vou know who the piano mov
ers are Come up to Howlnnd hail to
nipht: they'll all be there for a dance.
Carroll's orchestra. adv.
Here is another pood time, the leap
year dance, which will be held in the
Socialist hall SnturdaVveveninp, Jan.
24. Carroll's orchestra. adv.
Rev. Ktlie I. Webster will hold re-
lipious services and Rive mexsapes in
Foresters' hall, Worlhen "lock, next
Sunday, Jan. 2.1, at 2:.W and 7 p. m.
The 'Hums club will hold its annual
celebration in carpenters' hall, Worthen
block, Saturday, Jan. 24. Iet all mem
bers be present. Order from the pres
ident. D. A. Perry, auctioneer, was in Broolf
fleld yesterday conducting an auction
sale for C. C. Lewis. The sale of cattle
; brought good prices, while hay was sold
at 22 per ton in wie narn.
(rilbertsm's seven-piece - orchestra
went, to Marshtield last evening to play
at the old and young folks' ball and
the chicken -pie supper served by Mrs.
K. G. Carr. The journey was made in
two- and three-seated sleighs.
The Norwich, musical clubs have ac
cepted an invitation to appear in Barre
for the benefit of the Spaulding Ath
letic association some time very goon.
This organization is comprised of a glee
clfib, mandolin club and a reader, in all,
1 20 men.
Through the D. A. Terry Real Kstate
I agency, George Williamson and wife of
; Cedar Rapids', la., sold their house at
i 1 Bank street to G. I Gregoire of this
i city, who inve-ts for a home. Mr.
'Greuoire. having disposed of his prop
erty at 1 Newton street to Elector Blair
and wife of Barre, is now engaged in
moving his household poods into the
newly acquired property.
In" the list of appointments of non
commissioned' officers in the battalion
of the I'niversity of Vermont, the
names of several Barre lads appear.
In Co. B, L. J. Thompson, -2, has been
ranked as sergeant, A. R. Johnston, '22,
as corporal. In Co. C, J. H. Cole. '22,
is a sergeant, John B. Shepard, "22. as
a corporal. In Co. D, K. C. i!ysson
has been rated a sergeant and II. Sib
ley Young, corporal, both of the '22
class. This announcement is sipned j
by II. A. livonhauter, lieutenant -colonel.
C. S. A., ret ired.
Midyear examinations have been in
troduced to the students of Spaulding
high school for the first time in the
history of the school. All this week
these examinations, covering the work
of the past few months since Septem
ber, have been given in place of the
third six-week examinations. Yester
day and to-day students diverted their
entire time to these and as soon as
completed were allowed to leave the
school building. Jiy this way the work
of covering the entire year's wort in
the June examinations will be eliminat
ed. The rooms formerly occupied by the
Rathskeiler restaurant under the Mur
phy 4 Weafer bowling alleys, which
for years have been vacant, are about
to be used for a gymnasium or train
ing quarters by Joe Skirakus, the
wrestler. It is his intention to start
a wrestling school here immediately,
giving instructions and at the same
time enabling him to keep in condi
tion for wrestling bouts. These rooms
will probably be opened during the
coming week. The Purelli-Shinikus
bout, in which Shimkus must throw
Purelli in 73 minutes or forfeit $100.
will be staged in the Clan Gordon hall
next Thursday evening.
Pave Spieer, the promoter of the
I Shimkus-I'embroke wrestling match at
I Montpelier last night, stated to-day
j that Shimkus, though the w inner of
jthe match through the inability of
I Pembroke to continue after being in
jjured by falling to the floor, refused to
take the f-rt) ottered to the winner ami
accepted only the $"0 guarantee which
had been made to him. Shimkus de
clined to take the winner's Make be
cause of Pembroke's injury. Mr. Spieer
stated that Shimkus has been chal
lenged by Robert Johnson of Lowell,
Mass., formerly of Montpelier. to a
match to be staged anywhere, and that
the match is likely to come off in a
St. Aldemar commandery. So. 11,
Knights Templar, held their annual la
dies' night in the Masonic rooms last
evening with over IK) present to enjoy
the pnturam and everting of merrymak
ing. The program consisted f read
ings, songs and selections by the orches
tra. Card playing was also a feature
of the evening's enjoyment. Through
the courtesy of the Vim-it ia club, its
rooms ware w-rnpied for card playing
and othrr games. The program con
sisted of a selection br the orchestra
followed by a reading given by lr.
K. M. Lynde. Miss Myrle Gcw sang a
Io and Max Kihr gave a reading.
Fred Innlis aI.o rendered a vocal eo!o.
Miss Reynolds was unable to be tre- J
ent. so that number was replaced , by ,
another wlect ion by the orchestra
bi-h enn-;uded the program. I)an-ina !
Ifoi'Vred and a most pleasant even in if !
. - j .1.- i.V . i
jk a rnioyrw iff i- " - .(--, - .
i lie men, Iters of the St. Aldemar ord-r.
Light refre-hmTit were sorxed. The
r;enibrs of th committee fin-paring
t'-fc- prvtn ""d the rcneral rnter!a;n
mr'tt for t Mld e. ere W; W. Riiell.
Walter I. Smtt. AW. Mraitow, lUrry
Kiher and PJtilip Vrrrsw.
fiiy t me in hali Suturdjiv
P'gM. Le yr de, ItrrHI'i or
chestra, Nuf ee4- adv.
Mrs. Carlisle Hancock has pone' to
New York, where she met her husband,
Captain Hancock, who returned to this
country with the lust contingent of the
American expeditionary forces.
V. A. Walker has received notice that
his plana have been accepted for some
alterations; tffat are to be made in the
Citizens Savings Bank & Trust com
pany. Some $10,000 will be expended
m the work.
With only 22 days In the year gone,
0,:tSO automobiles had been registered
in the secretary of state's ollice for the
purpose of permitting their operation
in Vermont.'" This number is about
one-fourth of the total number of cars
registered last year. A total of $124,
pitl.50 has been collected, while the
amount collected in J 0 1 1 was $4110,000.
In the month of January last year o,477
automobiles were registered in the same
oflice. The cold weather of the lust
week has materially reduced the acci
dent reports and applications for li
censes so that the clerks are almost
caught up on the applications.
The funeral of Mrs. Kannie Shuttle,
who died at her home in Montpelier
Thursday morning, will take place at
2 o'clock to morrow afternoon from her
lute home. The deceased was a native
of Waitsh'cld, born March 7, JH."0, a
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Kdwin Dana.
She lived in Moretown some X years':
She is survived by her husband, Moses
Shuttle, and six children. These are:
Mrs. Ida (Joodwin, Mrs. Frank Lanier,
Mrs. Ralph Withani, Mrs. Karl Slaytou,
two sons, Harvey ami Frank., She also
leaves two sisters, Mrs. Henry Bagley
of Randolph and Mrs. Berthil Backus
of Fitchbuig, Mass.
John . Jcrue arrived in Montpelier
Thursday etentng. having been dis
charged bv Judge II. B, Howe on the
charge of smuggling, upon which he
was arrested some weeks since wnue
riding in an automobile with R. J. l)e
C'olaines. Mr. lM'olnines was here lust
night. He was fortunate in having his
automobile returned to hiin. F.dwin
Keit, who was arrested this week on
the charge of smuggling, was convicted
in the district court Thursday after
noon and it was expected, from a mes-.
-tape received here lust evening, that lie
would be given his penalty to day.
The members of the board of char
ities and probation have audited the
aivounts of the secretary's office at the
annual ineteing held this week.
(Continued from first page.)
UNION DR Y GOODS CO.
PEERLESS EMERGED VICTORS
In Game at Northfield with the North-
field A. L. Team.
The Peerless Five, a local basketball
quintet which seems to be making u
name in and about Barre, journeyeo 10
N'orthtleld last evening and brought
home another victory. The game re
sulted 24 to 22 in favor of the I'cerless
Five against the Northfield American
Legion. A number of Barre rooter
followed the local team to Northfield
to witness the game.
At the end of the first period the Le
gion team naa u points against mo
Barre team and the J'eerless nan Z
scores. The game was rough through
out, both teams playing a fast and hard
game. Cruckshank. right guard for the
Ix-ffion team, deserves mention as nis
floor work was fine from start to fin
ish. Plastridue. center for the North-
field team, made U points for his team,
playing a fast game during both peri
ods, (ieals of the Bnrre team scored 16
points at right forward.
The line-up is as toliows:
Peerless Five. Northfield.
t ieals, rf lg. Howe
"Tug" Slay ton, If rg, t ruickshunK
Lilhe, c c, riaslncige
Olliver, lg rf, Cakm, Stone
Haskett, "Steve" Slay ton, rp
Score. Peerless Five 24. Northfield 22;
goals from floor, (ieals 7, Plastridge 5,
Stone 3, "Tug" Slaytou 2, Lillie 2,
Hutchins 2; fouls, Lillie 1. Hutchins 1.
Plastridge 1 ; referee, Hoernle of Nor
Teachers in Barre Town Get $i Per
Week Raise, Beginning Dec. i.
A petition for an increase in salaries
and signed by the teachers of Barre
Town was presented to the school board
last month. On Jan. 1, the members of
the school board held a meeting, and as
a result of this meeting the teachers in
town have been given a raise of one
dollar a week, beginning on Iec. 1,
making an increase in teachers' sal
aries of $24 for the school year. This is
not much by way of a raise, and the
teacheTS are hoping something better
can bo offered after the March meet
ing of the voters of Barre Town.
John Smith, who has been confined
to bis home with grip, is making a
rapid recovery. Mr. Smith hopes to be
able to resume his duties at the K. L.
Smith quarry next week.
Mrs. 1). Antrobus has returned to her
home in Portsmouth. N. IL. having been
called here bv the illness of Mrs. Had
field. ' !
Mrs. Brodeur and son. Peter, of Man- j
Chester, N. IL, who were called here by j
the death of a relative, have returned!
to their home. j
Harold Carey and Arthur Healey re-
turned from Burlington the early Jtart j
of the week, having attended the bas
ketball game between St. Michaels col
lege and Coddard.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ado
Is rd Rousse Jan. 20.
Mrs. W. V. Bclville is confined to the
house bv illness.
Graham but knew he had carried an
account with the bank. The account
was opened in March, lOLi, Biid the
account was apparent Jan. i, 1917. It
Was closed at different times, including
Sept. Li. l!I5, Oct. 27, 1015, June 1.1,
101(1, July 3. July 14, July 20, lOlti.
'Mr. Stickney is president of this
bank and he inquired at some length
about the Graham balance ami the
closing of an account. Mr. Perkins was
asked lo testify about the deposit slips
but objection was made because the
question called for a conclusion, so the
question was not permitted. m '
Mr. Stickney offered a concession that
all these checks could be admitted as
allowing that Mr. Graham did his busi
ness through that bank in part and
that they were the orders handled in
the regular routine of business. He
did not see why it was necessary to go
through the acceptance of each order,
for the orders showed for themselves,
there being no question about their
collection at the bank. He was willing
to admit the concession trt help along
the work because "it had been slow
enough," he said. He was not offering
the state suggestions as to how lo pre
yent its casij lint saw no need of follow
ing every order through the banks, for
Mr. Graham banked them and had the
avails of them.
Mr. Barber tried to have it conceded
that the avails went tit Mr. Graham's
personal use, which was denied. One of
the endorsements was blind and Mr.
Stickney aaid the big banks, through
which this check had passed, had smoth
ered the endorsement of his bank, which '
brought laughter in the jury box.
Gilbert K. Woods of the Citizens j
bank at St. Johnsbury was the next;
witness. This banking was when (ira-'j
ham & Skinner carried an account, of
which Mr. Graham had the checking;
authority. He could not say whether'
Mr. Graham drew a check for his per- j
soiial use. It was brought out that;
probably Mr. Graham will take the
stand, for his attorney stated that Mr,
Graham probably could tell the use'
that was made of the checks when he
came to testify. No cross examination i
of Mr. Woods occurred. The orders de- j
posited in his bank went by concessions i
of the respondent. j
James K. McCarten of the' Newport I
National bank was 'the last witness;
yesterday afternoon. He testified as to j
Mr. Graham's carrying an account in '
the bank there and that; it was not
closed Jan. 7, 1P17." Mr. Barber asked
him if there were any overdraiU
against the respondent during the time
that he had carried an account in the
bank. Mr. MCarten referred to his
books and found that Mr. Graham had
overdrawn in the several years some
10 times in small sums. Three of these
were three days together, when the
accounts showed an overdraft of $1.56
for each day. Another was $4.17, while
another was $3.02, and the largest
amount at any time was $24.C7. There
were also several deposits shown dur
ing the course of the examination. Then
the matter of the orders that were
passed through the bank were dis
cussed. All were conceded excepting
two, one of which was not on the bank
at all and had been mixed into the lot
in some way, and another which Mr.
Mr. Barber asked the cashier to tell
what Mr. Graham's multiple balances
were and the cashier replied he did not
know what the attorney meant, after
which the matters of overdrafts made
by Mr. Graham was again discussed:
but the cashier could not tell whether
Mr. Graham was notified of the overdrafts.
The records showed that there was a
balance in the bank Jan. 7. Beginning
Jan. . l!l)7, the cashier read the bal
ances backward until Dec. 13, and each
time showed Mr. Graham had cash on
hand and excepting one date, Dec. 23,
there was a sizeable amount on hand.
That date the account was as low s
$4.70. Most of. the time it was over
$250. Some of the time over $300 and
three times over $400.
Mr.- Barber then asked about a de
posit Dec. 14, which showed $700 de
posited and the slip showed that $'!00
was bv a check on the Cltirens bank,
while 'the other $400 was upon the
Bethel bank, which ended the day's
'Sawtofls. All Tills Moimtp
It will be a good many months before you will have such an op-
d portunity again. .
Jersey UnderwearThe Fine Merode Quality
WOMEN'S FINE WOOL UNION SUITS, sold at $3.00; would
cost S4.00 to-day; to close out at ............ .........$29
$3.50 WOOL UNION SUITS, marked now at .... . .....'.'.'.$2.79'
$3.75 SILK AND WOOL UNION SUITS, cut to ........ ..$2,98
LOT OF FINE QUALITY SUMMER WEIGHT UNION SUITS,
V-neck or bodice style, worth $1.50 to-day, sold last season at $1, .
closing price, each .". 79c ?
final- Mediae! Ion on Goaf
WONDERFUL VALUES AT .$14.75 and $19.50
OTHER SAMPLE COATS to close at . .$24.75 and $29.50
CHILDREN'S COATS, all at 20 per cent discount.
WOMEN'S WOOL DRESSES, all at 20 per cent discount.
VERY SPECIAL WOMEN'S BLACK COTTON HOSE, a 39c
value, slight seconds, to close, per pair 21c
THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY
M 'CUMBER MOVES REDUCTIONS.
In Governmental Expenditures to Avert
Washington, Jan. 23. Immediate re
duction in govern mental expenditures
and appropriations "to avert financial
ruin" was urjred in the Senate yester-
by Senator McCurober, Republican, ORANGE
North Dakota. , , :
Denouncing the "government's wild - r'..mi.;.,ni; t-i. ...;ii ... J
e , r . J lie Lomuination trio will run
orgy ' of spending, Senator Mo( umber
said the high cost of living was due to,lance at the town hall in Orange Sat
governmental extravagance. jurdaj night; dancing from 8 to,12.
j K Ceokiaf
jA Nutritious Diet for All Age3
' Quick Lunch at Home or Office
Avoid Imitations tod Substitute!
CASTOR I A
Jor Infants and Children
En Use For Over 30 Years
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTEIKitehen"iirl"at 'The" KaiiovW. 2
School trw, MiHUpelii-r, Vt Si63tf
CAIJII.LAC.1!1S, S-lMcnirrr touring- rr
fnr ale: Jlsrold Fitts. tel. SO Brre. 2tf
WANTED Girl or middle-ajtrd woman to do
housework; address "J. R. JaV Tn
cm,,l l'.- 2-B3tf
KOR SALE -Dinin room set, all cak. 1-t
round table. 6 chairs, 1 buffet. 1 bed dav
enport. 1 rente- table. 1 iron but 1 small
library tajbe. uurtrl onk. hijrhly polished
tnblei leaving city; inquira S Mt. Vernon
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT At 4 Peart
FOUND-Sum of money which owmr ran
ha -by proving proper! at this office.
EOST-Buoch ifkiy between South Main
and Roynton street or vicinity : flndcr
plte return to Tim ofhee. VSatS
WILLrHE PARTY WHO TOOK Ihe" thrv
iinH rit from MrCoil & Abarv's irrinilinir
room kindly return aune and avoid ent?
TEAM STER-WANTED F.-X 6 tayton."
FOR SALETTirood w due to pi early. 1
1-horw travrtTs il, I one-horse lumber
wr.in. 1 aleinh, 1 road buKiry : this prooerly
is all in s-ocsl condition and will be sold
cheap tor cash; inouire at 14 Clark street,
between 12 and 1 and after 4 :30 w m. ZtiXtf
An Especially Interesting Lot of
Women's and Misses' Dresses
Featuring fetching models in Velveteen, Wool Jersey, Serge, Silk
J'ojdin, Taffeta, Satin and Geir,rette,.t
$15.00, $20.00 and $25.00.
Many are cleverly trimmed, while others are beautifully tailored. I
1 m will lind adorable tanions witnin tins very moderate price range.
Several other models of a higlur grade to select from.
The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc.
See Keith Avenue Window
f"Si:ftl'f ! VT'it''?! MATINEE J:ll
VViri I 1 TELEPHONE 41t
IT THg?L.r1aiM'a ' 1 I
K2r- TO-DA f
Rub Musterole on Forehead
and Temples ,
A headache remedy wiihout the dan
cer of -headache medicine." Relieves
headache and that miserable fecfirg
from coWs or congestion. And it acts ct
once! MusteAie is a dean, w hit? oint
ment, made wiih oil of mustard. Better
than a incstard pb5ter and does cot
blister. Used only externally, and in
do way'cen it affect stomach and heart,
as some internal medicines da
Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum
bago all pains and aches of the bade
or joints, sprains, sore muscle bruises,
chilblains, frosted feet, ccids of the
Chest (it often prerenrs pneumoniae
50c and 60c jjrs; hcrpiul mze iZJX
Quality Canned Goods
We have taken pains to select the following well-known
high quality brand of Canned Goods:
MOXADXOCK CALIFORNIA FRUITS
White Cherries No. 3 cans, per can .0c
" "Peaches, No. 3 cans, per can 50c
Pears, No. 3 cans, per can - 50c
Apricots, No. 3 cans, per can 50c
. riums,. No. 3 cans, per can 45c
EMHRE BRAND CANNED VEGETABLES
Tomatoes. No. 3 cans, per can 28c
Sifted Little Gem Teas, No. 3 cans, per can 25c
Sifted Sweet Wrinkled Peas, per can 25c
Telephone Peas, per can 25c
Golden Bantam Corn, per can 28c
Sweet Corn, per can 25c
Succotash, per can 25c
Rolled Oats (new lot) 10 lbs. for 55c
Woodcock's Macaroni and Spaghetti, regular 35c value,
at 2 packages for 25c
Equal. Elgin and Butter Crisp Crackers, fresh lot, lb. 20c
Ginger Snaps, per lb 5c
Boneless Smoked Shoulder for Saturday, per lb 32c
Native Pork Roast, per lb. . 30c. 35c and 38c
Pot Roast of Beef, per lb .20c, 22c, 28c and 30c
Heavy Western Beef Roast, per lb.. .... . .C0c, 35c and 38c
Iegs of Lamb, per lb 42c
Whole Forequarter of Lamb, per lb 30c
Native Fowls, per lb. 45c
Native Chickens, per lb 50c
Bacon, strip, per lb 3Sc
Fresh Tripe, per lb 1 8c
Beef Sausage, per lb 28c
Cauliflowers, Celery, Lettuce, Parsley, Parsnips, Carrots,
Turnips, Beets, Cabbages Hubbard Squah.
Houghton & Robins
Harold Bell Wright's Famous Book
;j " THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS " f
13 A wonderful story even better in film. Two fcJ
1 J.'l 0.1K nn.l T'lfi' nr.hr nXTTT" Pl
IpnirFX- Matine. all seats "2 jc: Eveninsr.
.Balcony 30c, Orchestra 40c; prices include
i war tax. IJon t miss this wonaenui piay.
Corinne Griffith in a Vitagraph Drama
From the famous play by Clyde Fitch. Also
a comedy. M ZIPP AND ZEST."
Starting Saturday, January 24
Just look at some of the bargains in this lot. Quart
Vacuum Bottles. Nickel and Guernsey Casseroles, Nickel
Cake and Bread Plates. Flashlights, Caning Sets, Alcohol
Flat Iron. Japanese Serving Trays. Meat Cleavers. Five
O'Clock Teas, and many other valuable and useful articles.
BE SURE AND GET ONE OF THESE BEFORE
THEY ARE GONE
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