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J. A. MENZIES, Editor and Publisher Vol. XL, No. 39. "Hero the Prcsa the People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Gain." list Year A Newspaper For All The People CANTATA, "THE MANGER PRINCE" At Presbyterian Church Sunday Was Attended by Large Congregation The sacred Cantata, "The Man ger Prince" rendered by the choir of sixteen voices of the Presby terian church on Sunday evening last, must deservedly receive hon orable mention through these col umns. The church was filled to the doors and chairs were placed in the aisles for the large congrega tion. The opening number was a Christmas march played on the pipe organ by Mrs. Phillips, the organist and on the piano by her sister, Mildred Sweet. Then came the processional, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" fol lowed by Scripture reading and prayer by the pastor, Rev. Martin with response by the choir. The organ offertory was accom pniied by Marion Learmont on t'-e violin, the latter also playing oV;igato in some of the Cantata parts. The Cantata itself, was a very beautifully arranged rendition, its parts composed of choruses, uni sons, solos and quartettes in such a manner that the variety given Mas very pleasing and gave an admirable tone to the whole. The great majority of Cantatas have a sameness throughout. The sel ection of "The Manger Prince" was an excellent one, not only for us ocauinui music, but for its theme, the wonderful story of the oirxn or tne baby Christ, told in song and its appropriateness at tn:s Christmas season. ine voices, trained by Mrs. Chas. Cavanagh, rendered the difficult music in perfect time and accord and the large audience sat, intently quiet, until the final chorus of "Come and Worship the New Born King" denoted the end and the benediction dismissed the people. YALE, ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, December. 21, 1921' Timber Wolves Actors In "Brawn of the North" FORMER YALE GIRL WEDS The following item is taken from the Montebello, Calif., News of Dec. 1, 1922: The many friends of the con tracting parties will be surprised to learn of the marriage yerter day of Mrs. Stella Orr to Mr. C. A. Middleton at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tho. Darcy. Only members of the family were present, and the ceremony was performed bv Dr. I'. D. Ashleigh, Following congratulations a sumptuous dinner was served, af ter which the "newly wedded pair left for an extended trip east. lhey will visit in Des Moines, la and men go to Detroit for two months. Upon their return they expect to reside in Montebello. 1tr i nr.. ... iur. ana ivirs. ivnaaieton were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Windsor over the week-end and also visited among other old friends of Mrs. Middleton who, as oceua uarcy will be remembered as a Yale girl, having lived here a number of years ago. Her girl nooa inends were glad to meet and greet her. ror the first time in a motion picture production, or any other place, for that matter, timber wolves have been given a definite part to play in a drama and have been accorded the freedom among numan beings necessary to let them play a part in a convincing manner. The picture is tho sec ond Laurence Trimble-Jane Mur- fin production starring Strong neart, the wonder dog. ' It is "Brawn of the North." a First National attraction, and will" be shown at Princess Theatre on Christmas Day. The story selected for the sec ond appearance of this dog star who made such a wonderful hit in "The Silent Call," has in it an attack by timber wolves upon the hero, heroine and their baby. Sub sequently their dogs bolt, carry ing the baby with them and the heroine's dog, the character play ed by Strongheart, goes to the rescue. In preparing the story Laurence Trimble decided that these scenes would be photographed the way they were written or not at all. He got together a pack of timber wolves, some trapped in Canada and others in the United States and worked with them for nearly three months before he would trust other human beings with them. The result is some of the greatest thrills that have ever been put on the screen. Be sure and see Strongheart at Princess Theatre on Christmas day. Matinee at 3 :00 o'clock and evening shows at 7:30 and 9:15. Each child -attending the mati nee will receive a useful Christ mas gift. &JULJL MRS. H. R. MAINES' DIES FROM INJURIES YALE HAS THREE Y. M. C. A. GROUPS MEETING NOW Yale boys' are becoming rapid ly interested in the work of the County Y. M. C. A., three different boys groups having been organ lzed and meeting now. The first is the Senior High school group, with Ben Clyne as president and Supt. Greenman as leader; the second with Howard Clyne ag president and Principal Wheaton as leader; the third with Harold Andreao as president and Clare Slosser and Harold Andreae as leaders. The groups meet on Tuesday evenings at the High school and will be pleased to wel come visitors. Christmas Night Ball Monday evening, Dec. 25, 1922, at the New McDonald Auditorium Sandusky, Stnne 6-piece orchestra and singer, Detroit. Special favors. .Novelty nances. A sad accident occurred last week Thursday evenincr when Mrs. Dora W. Maines. wife of Sheriff Harrison W. Maines, re ceived injuries in an automobile accident which caused her death Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Maines and three others in their machine, were re turning .from a church supper in Lakeport. A car swung onto Gratiot avenue ahead of a car in advance of the Maines machine. which, swerving out onto the street railway tracks to avoid hitting the car ahead, the wheels skidded on the slippery iron rails and struck a telephone pole. Mrs. Maines, sitting in the rear seat, was thrown forward and it is thought she must have fractured her skull on the robe rail. She walked assisted to an other car, but quickly collapsed and never regained consciousness although as soon as possible, af ter reaching her home, an opera tion was performed by several surgeons, in hopes of saving her life. Funeral services were held on Sunday, several Yale citizens at tending. Many expressions of sympathy aie ollered our county sheriff and family in this, their great loss. i fi .v wa mm tM ! a j m ri r a i m uri ye n I "inimmiii nw,M r iri mm' .. . . 1 CjXU& I& V ' -wC .A?; o Vi i:te, p m t 'tf&KX&M&W? : - f l mJM . - . $&;:s I ife isfePjW 'II'-- r ' $2.00 Per Year In Advance Here's What We Appreciate IS '22 Bay City, Mich., Dec Ar. J. A. Menzies, Yale, Michigan. Dear Friend Jim Notu? that my subscription soon empire: I am enc'oing check for .-onewal of same as I sure do enjoy tho week ly visits of the Expositor Many changes take place in a year's time and I note that the pact year has and added an addition to your own family by the matrimonial route, both Ruth and Leslie J. having taken life partners. Al though a little late I extend con gratulations. I also note you were up to Sage Lake again this fall and put up at the Wilson Boys' THUMB TALES TERSELY TOLL Items Taken From Newspapers Oi Neighboring Towns and Villages George A. Wilson, a prominent farmer of Grant township, die . last week, at the age of 83 year, . The home of Joseph Kaake, nea.-' Peck, burned to the ground las': week. Mrs. Kaake was severel.; burned. oeorge and John are sure two dandy fellows and very accom mwli'.w. I L 1 . luviuauiig. i nave Known mem a number of years and call- on thorn .verai tinier every summer when on fishing trips. John was one of my steady advertisers when I pub- An hourly limited service is t be placed on the Rapid Railwa Cottages, soon for the remainder of th winter and warrants. longer if business It was so cold one day last woe , in Ubly that work on building had to be stopped and school i several rooms was suspended bt- num.. 4 1 i i . . lished the "Prescott News." ushe k" "'i lt"era,lurc toultl' owned and operated a saw and miy. planing mill and handled all kinds Rrown City women have become of lumber at that time in Prescott. organized into a club known a In looking over the last the Brown City Woman's Stud- ol" the Expositor I could not help Club," formed for the purpose o . lout notice the neatly displayed library, civic, social and research advertisements contained there- work. There are fourteen char- ter members. James Barkley, of Almbnt, who met with an accident Dec. 8 whik: working in the foundry, is stiL in the Port Huron hospital where he was taken the day followint the accident. The physicians am putated bis arm, which was sever ely crushed. George Grover, of Lenox, has just been united with his daugh ter after a separation of fifteei jvaia, uumg wnicn ne not no Scholarships Still Available i CHRISTMAS GATHFRIKr.R To Ex-Sorvice Men j OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS - Ex-service men have until Jan. I ri(,ay evening of this week, 1 to enroll at half price in the Y. tnc unt,ay school of the Presby- M. C. A. correspondence school, jterian church will hold a Christ- With a record of more than ; ",;ia Pariv in lne basement of the 100.000 acholarshin aw.ipH n ,v. ! church. A delightful time is as- service men in the last three years I s"retl a11 attendants, the Y. M. C. A. announces that bv I Dec. 31, 1022, it will have com- L . lho Church f Christ a pleted the distribution of awards i t,llisimas program will be given up to the limit of Hip Edn.v-.tion.nl ;0;1 Sunday evening and there will Service Fund oi the Association's' a wonderful tree for the mem- National Var Work Council. The ! ,j0r'v of tne Sunday .school. in. lhey were very suggestive ox. Christmas time and .will no doubt catch the eye of the busy Holiday shopper. The wide-awake business mantoaay real'zes that in order to get the business he must constantly use "Printer's Ink ' through the medium of ad vertising in the local papers. i was sorry that you failed to find me at home on one of your trips north, but as I remember, that happened on a Saturday and Wfi didn't labor Satnrrlnv oftc. noons. But I am now connected whether she was aIiv deac Wl'fVi tha Rov CU T,-, rr,..., 1 he KnOWledCG Cam hv monna n on the corner of 5th a Aa a personal advertisement in a De so next time you strike Bav CMv tr.oit PaPer, placed by the giri. t i. . . " iiiVix J IT Dy an means look me up as I would " JS Xi ears 01 ae- nive to huC jou anu nave a eood A horse belonir no- in J a ph; vit. ii i am not on me job come oi Memphis, backed into an oh up 10 ine house and see me. as cistern under the bam floor VtA you are welcome any time. nesday and spent the most of th oive my best regards to Chas. morninc in four fnf f O rrii i -r T . . I.. " -vo w. nokSJ . o. ien mm i would like to hear About 50 farmer at.tA Q I .... . . " - 1.V4VU ait in. irom mm, and that if ho ever promptu horse-raisintr Kpp wv,.v comes to BayCit to be sure and was eventuallv sueePQafnii U nnmr. o,l ti , I , . . " . vk vV144w 1IU ow u. Always triad to tincr the anima out. Th ncf xcCt uia primer inends. is 15 feet deen Th horP i. .. Wishing you all a Merry Christ- of the well-known matched' pair County Infirmary Eagerly Awaits Yuletide Help "Jas and a Happy and Prosperous well-known about Emmett . iNew Year' 1 beg to remain, . l4.., ' A visit to the county infirmary Your friend, at uoodells by a representative of Chas. E. .Wells the King's Daughters, preparatory N. McLellan St. io ineir usual Lhnstmas work penditure involved in thcac awarus up to the present is in ov- r t7:j . . - o. una Luau uy me ciension aivis-. . "-"""'"s an-, Thf,v vlnn0r) -iu v....,., " an inta um, m tnc oaiur- .vKv un U1C anuuiuers or iney inent fea ,day'S issJe of the Times-Herald, may not likG coffee except when ec"( where they are to be given special t is piping hot. There are a few there, showed that the number of inmates totalled more than 75, some of whom are not in the best of health. Of this number, 25 arc women, and the remainder Get Kid of Your Pet Peeves. Trotsky has for his pet peeves the Greek church and the British navy. The K. K. K. chooses for men, all looking forward to Xmas its favorite aversions the nejrroes with a childish expectation for and thc church of Home. The pro what it may bring them. hibitionists vent their feelings a iew oi these elderly folk are " aemon rum. The Keds get Notice to Water Consumers You are hereby notified that all water taps found running all night will be discontinued. Our tank was full on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning there was not a drop in it. Should a fire occur we would be in a very serious condition. SHUT YOUR TAP ! J. H. Moore, Commissioner Lynn Township Taxes I will be at Yale State Bank on Thursday, Dec. 21st, and every Thursday thereafter until Jan. 10, 1923, for the purpose of re ceiving taxes. John Clink. 38-2 Treasurer Lvnn TownsMn For Sale A large fumed oak li brary table in excellent condi tion. Price reasonable Mrs. Geo. Earth. ion of the United Y. M. C. A. 13- A Christmas treo schools as a final reminder to c::- JClaus will also be promi service mfM whn wic-Vi n :tures the awards. These last scholar-1 biuijj, uui un uisiriuuica on the ;vwwoto yik(n peupie .pectantlv lookincr forwnrrl n hic basis established, when a supple- i?re ving their Sunday school a ! mentarv fund of snon .can ... fine dinner party on Wednesday ! 'Un ,emembr.anc.e3. . Pa.dt made available a year ago, namely ' ovenJnff lrom four to six, with a i of tuition. !,-.nriKlma3 tree and Santa a 'attention at Christmas by the uninterested persons who have no King's Daughters. They are ex ward. A Word of Warning to ifter- 50 per cent of the cost Under this arrangement a schol arship holder pays his share in small monthly payments. Nearly i'J,uuu men have taken awards un der this plan. Frank Beadle, ex- Poj,t commander at St. Clair, has taken two courses under this plan. Ihe courses from which the ex- service man may make his selec tion during these closing weeks nf ihn funrl nnir,- 1 1 e every line of training of a practi- t oI i u fur?a5c Vn,er cal nature fnd may be taken by I '? ,ch!,Pctlm f!avo hut off in- correspondence or by residence ' L,s , ,s rvcry person nore than 700 U1U tareiully ok over the ? Stales an nnd P,pM. t0 Ce that Canada. Forms for applications!;" a" VP &m sccurc be" mav be secured from the County jfrc ld 7t Mnnnv' Y. M. C. A. Office or Scc-rtarv F, , . , . J. M00R1" T. May, at St. Clair. . ana v ater .Commissioner -i VII tviiit.jiiuidiita ui Chiistmases made joyful by King's Daughters who will the en uu-auj, u.u year, to onng even .more of the spirit of this great clay into th hearts of the aged thn ITt ..t c.i., wi rVv,'V tt"A,uusl await .... v,. ,faivr tne vigit of thdr ganta CJ Wiiuer is at hand, and whow the lorm of tnese local women. and a nine is at there are furnaces should burst and no shut off in the basement nnd the cap off the stop bo:;, it would be a very serious condition. If I understand thn Times-Herald. MONEY TO LOAN Come to our box social rit j . . . unsimas entertainment at and the LOCAL BOYS HEPORT STATE BOYS' CONFERENCE On first class farm secu vimu uiiciiuiug wie mat-I --o y,vvv uuu uvu, C , UOXGS v,'Der cenf intprrsf. strn?rrlit wnrf. I .tllUS - "uti't jMcConnell school on Friday eve nty,!ningf.I)cc. 22. Ladies please bring inee at Princess Theatre win receive a useful Christmas gift. Snhcrfhc for the Expositor. f JS. fiVG yCar' WUh privile J & A. M. instrllation of oificers after two years of prepayment L. J. MILLER, 39-4 Box 81, Yale, Mich. vvounesaay, Dec. 27th. Regular meeting Thursday, Dec. 2S. Third degree work. Jas. Shaw, W. M. Local people have had the op portunity to hear the State Boys' umerence reports given by the delegaes in the several Sunday scnoois oi xaie, two of the boys not reporting in the Sunday scnoois, Liare Slosser and , Joe Gogley, with County Y Secretary E. T. May, reported at the High school assembly. r It is estimated that the County Y Delegation reDorted t n morn than 2,000 people in church ser vices, Sunday schools and High school assemblies. Each child attending the mat inee at "Princess Theatre Xmas will receive a useful Christmas gift. . aversions. They hav no latent enthusiasms. They are prepared to meet anybody or anything with calmness. While it may be an in dication of weakness to have a pet peeves, the' person who has hone misses many of the joys of sudden reactions. He never discovers the exuberance of subtle sarcasm. lie may not get "all het up," but he often loses the temporary sat isfaction of playing the fool. He may be devoid of prejudice but the man without a net neeve sepm to lack a vital, decisive quality. The world is a lot more excitincr and interesting because most of us do Indulge in pet peeves.Ce- dar Kapids Gazette. Doelle to Head National Society Lansing, Dec. 14 At a meetincr of the National Great Lakes Tide water association in Chicago last Tuesday, John A. Doelle. head of the Michigan department of Ag riculture, was elected president Mr. Doelle received word to ihnt effect Wednesday from Leo C. Harmon, retiring president. Up was formerly secretary of the Mid-West association and will accept the nationa he said Thursday. Subscribe for the Expositor. Marine City's death rate wii: probably be the one of the lowesv in the state this year. There havi: been only 40 deaths since Jan. 1, according to the records kept b; William Caswell, city clerk. -With a population of approximately 4,000, this gives Marine City i death rate of 1 per cent. It h improbable that this will be ap preciably increased by the 'end oi the year, health authorities say It cost Fred Helm of Croswel! $125 for damages when a team o, horses which he had borrower ran away Wednesday afternoon Helm had borrowed the horse.' , and wagon to draw a load of hay The team became frightened anc after running some distance wen off the end of a bridge, breaking one of the horses's legs and -de t molishing the wagon. It was nec essary to shoot the injured anima The horses and wagon belonged to George Wedge. Daniel Clark, 69, died at hu home in Lexington last week afte: an illness of two months. Mr. Clark has been a merchant hen since he came from Vermont ir. 1870. He entered the business o ." his father and uncle, and in 1211 became the head of the firm. II . was the .sole proprietor when h became ill. He was born in Brad ford, Vt., and married in 187C. He is survived by his widow, i. sister, Mrs. Helen Gilmore, and i brother, Ellis Clark, of Vassal Michigan. Hrockway Tax Notice I will b at the Yale State Ran1. beginning the 15th of December, every Friday until the 10th oL January, 1923, to receive Brock way township taxes. MORTON KILBORN, Brockway Township Treasurer Each child attending the mat inee at Princess Theatre Xmas will receive a useful Christmas gift.