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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Massillon, Ohio                                PENULTS Tbroofh Wkteb WMt County Can Its Wants Supplied THE RECEIVED OVSR THITASSOCIATISD PRESS WIRES THE EVE VoL XXXIII No 194 FINAL EDITION DRUGGIST FIGHTS CHARGE OF LAW VIOLATION Morris Coren East Main Street on Trial Today Morris Coren Bast Main street druggist today was on trial in mu nicipal court on a charge of unlaw fully possessing Intoxicating liquor filed against him on December 29 1920 when police officers searched his place of business and are alleged to have uncovered a quantity of whiskey Attorneys representing Mr Coren were attempting to show that the li quor found in his place of business was held by the druggist under a per mit issued In 1919 by federal prohi bition authorities granting him the privilege to having whiskey for me dicinal purposes Officers testifying In the case said that when they searched the drug store they found a half pint bottle lied with whiskey which had been Placed on a shelf In an elevator shaft in the rear of the store A number of empty half pint bottles bearing the same labels as the bottle containing the whiskey also werefound the officers said Corens store was searched on De cemper 29 1920 testimony snowed but Coren was not taken into custo dy until that evening when he re turned from Columbus The case is probably the first of Its Wnd tried here and a great deal of interest was manifested in its out come William C Hineman of Columbus federal prohibition inspector and as sistant to J A Shearer federalpro hibition director in for the state said that Coren had been given a permit to havo whiskey for medicinal purposes on October 15 1919 and that this permit had been revoked on March 1920 He said that Coren had filed application for a new permit on March 24 1920 but bat no permit had been granted Mr Hineman said that Coren had nr operative permit in his possession al lowing him to have whiskey on De cember 29 1920 He also testified that no application was now pending for a new permit During his testimony Mr Hine man said that while the permits were issued by the federal prohibition com njissioner at Washington the district and his agents had the pow i or to revoke such permits Attempts of attorneys defending Coren to show thnt the arrest of Cnren on a charge of violating the li quor law was due to a malicious at tack by a competitor as alleged hy Coren in a statement after his ar rest were overruled by Judge Kaley The case was expected to consume the greater part of the day Four wit nesses had testified up to noon Cor en was expected to take tho stand In his own defense some time this after noon R H HIckck safety director who was acting chief of police at the time Coren was arrested told the court that the liquor and evidence secured In Corens store had been placed by him in a safety deposit vault in a lo cal bank for safe Jceeping Coren was represented by Attor neys Elson Wefler and T C Davis while J L Hilton attorney for tho AntiSaloon league of Canton assist ed City Solicitor 1 E Wlllison in the prosecution of the case FOR THE FAST 53 YEARS THE NEWSPAPER OF MASSILLON AND VICINITY MASSILUDNf OHIO FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1021 INDEPENDENT THEWEATJiL Cloudy wlUi alght and Saturday coUUe WELLKNOWN MAN DIED THURSDAY SEE ADJUST By Associated Washington Jan offi CHARLES F SNYDER PRCPftlsliTO Hill 5 MIL By Associated Washington Jan of congressional lobbyists Is provid ed for in a bill to be introduced in tho senate Monday Senator William S Kenyon of Iowa announced Thursday that he propos es to present a measure then not only for registration but to compel a statement from lobbyists as to their employers theamount of theircom pensation and an itemized statement of the expenses Incurred by them In the entertainment of legislators No person who has ever been a member of either house of congress shall ast as a legislative IB one provision of the Kenyon bill It haa reached a stage said Sen ator Kenyon Thursday when nearly every senator and congressman who s defeated for reeloctlon opens up xn office here for the general prac tice1 of law and becomes a lobbyist at the capitol for one interest or an US F SNYDER DIEOTHURSOJIY ILL HHftlRS Well Known Retired Man ufacturer Succumbs Af ter Long Illness HEAD OFF By Aasocialcd Youngstown Jan unidenti fied man was Instantly killed this morning by Michael Hessman who told pollco that he awakened this morning und found someone vas try Ing to force the door of his home A key was in the lock of tho door Hessman blew the side of tho mans head oft with n shot gun Five oth er men fled Hessman said ALTON PACKARD PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCE HERE Alton Packard a well known Am erican humorist and cartoonist pre sented the fifth number of the Popu lar Lecture course programme evening at Washington high school to a largo appreciative audi ence Mr Packard presented one of the host programmes given here this season Intermingled with drawings and cartoons was a monologue entitled Balm o He also sang sev eral of his compositions The next number of the course will be given Thursday evening Jan were pressing their inquiry today to develop the complete facial In connection with the fatal shooting by a Japanese sentry at Vladivostok of Lieut W H the Uniti ed States cruiser Albany latest re ports on the incident reaching here were understood to have gone far toward promising an early and satis factory adjustment of the situation SHEET MUSIC We have just received a fine ship ment of all the latest numbers in cluding Whisper and many others GEO C WILLE 200 W MAIN ST J The Charles F Snyrler 70 of 2021 East Main street well known Masslllou manufacturer died at his residence Thursday afternoon at 4 40 oclock after n long illness which had Inca pacitated him for nearly 10 yoara Mr Snyder was a lifelong rosi dent of Mosslllon and was bora De cember 2 1850 Ho was well known In business and industrial circles having been indentiflod for many years with The HosaSnyder com pany of South Erie street Besides his widow Mrs M Loulso Snyder ho is survived by a son Floyd C Snyder of 111 Pine street four Jacob and Benjamin all of this city and four grandchildren The funeral will hr held Saturday afternoon at oclock from the residence In East Main stroot and the body will be placed in n vault In th Mnssillon cemetery Tho Rev Robert II Kirk of tho Presbyterian church will officiate Mr Snyder enrly in his life left school and started to work He learned several trades and later he and his brothers went into business and later combined with tho Hess brothers the partnership forming the present HossSnyder company Mr Snyder was connected with The HessSnyder company until ho re tired from active business thirlng his service with theconir pany he became well known and served as a director in several other corporations Ho also was an active worker in the Presbyterian church Business places In the downtown district will close Saturday after noon from oclock until oclock In honor fo Mr Snyder It was announced today SIXTEEN PAGES RED GROSS AIDS FAMILIES IN THIS DISTRICT WEST BROOKFIELD RESIDENT ILL 13 MONTHS DIES John L Klefer GO proprietor of a cigar store and soft drink establish ment at Brookfield died thla morning at oclock at res idence at JVeat Brookfield He had been ill 13 months Ho Is survived by bin widow Mrs Catherine Klefer n daughter Mrs John Warner of Canton four sons Erhoat and John Kiefer of Canton Carl Akron and Conrad Klefer at home a sister Mrs Nicholas Martin of Thayer and throo grandchildren The funeral arrangements have not been completed and will be an nounced later MINER INJURED BY FALLING SLATE Joseph Burger of State stroot BUB talned minor Injuries to his head and back Thursday afternoon when utruck hy falling slate In Mine 27 west ot Masslllon Ho was taken to the city hospital in C Arnolds am bulance where ho was attended hy Dr L D Zintsmaster His condition Is Improved today IF YOU HAVE NOT a Fnehr Stemmer Artistic Phono graph do the next best thing and play Emerson records on the ma chine you have Both are sold ex cllrsively at the C U Arnold Jluslc 109 North Erie TAXI SERVICE Hecks to Hotel every 15 min utes White Top Taxi Both Phones DO IT NOWI Do not forget to Join one of the Christmas Savings Clubs of The Peoples Building Loan Co In terest 101 S Erie SOMETHING DELICIOUS That newly made TuttlFYutti Ice Cream at the Sugar ASTHMA BRONCHITIS HEAD ACHE GOITER STOMACH KID NEY TROUBLE YIELD TO CHIRO PRACTIC METHODS CONSULT O B 6RAY CHIROPRACTOR 400 E MAIN Sf OFFICE ON 49o Two half pound boxes of choco lates for 49c at the Melnhart Stores A WORTH WHILE SALE Linde and Warths StoreWide Clearance which begins at Sat urday morning See the page ad for JANUARY PATHE HITS Hear them at Oscar The Piano Man 208 N Mill BROADWAY ROSE That new song hit in sheet mnsic at the C L Arnold Music 109 North Erie THE BEST YET AMERICAN BEAUTY BREAD Adv MRS W J LIST Any Winter Hat in the store for 1 Friday and ADDING MACHINES Buy the beat from your home dealar who gives local service when you need it The Barrett Is besL YocunVs Bell 745 State Ideal through the store special moneysaving prices page 8 TUTTIFRUTTI ICE CREAM It makes the Sunday dinner com plete Order now from the Sugar ALL RINGS REDUCED Solid Gold Set and Emblematic Rings sold at lowest L Neimao East Main ARMY RECRUITING MAY BE STOPPED Washington Jan Is on the eve of topping all army re cruiting until such time as tho strength of the service is reduced hy oapfratlon of enlistments lo not more than men At the same time legislative pinna contemplate an appropriation for the fiscal year Juna 30 1921 to June 30 1922 to provide for an army not to exceed The appropriation wll probably be nearly a quarter of a billion less than ban iieeti ftsked hy the war department Tho Homo Sorvico section of tho local chapter of tho Kotl Cross dur ing a period of sir months which ended December 31 1920 come In contact with families mado ad justments on insurance to tho amount of and componsatlon to tho extent of according to Iho Bemlnnnual report mode by Miss Dorothy Poeht secretary at a meet ing of tho Home Servlco section com mittee Thursday Tho work of the Red Cross at present la equally 03 great as dur ing tha war tlmo porlod according to the report The Homo Servlco sections responsibilities to tho es soldier havo not ceased and until U1 claims for allotments allowances compensation and vocational train ing have boon given Individual atten tion or disposed of tho responsibili ties will continue In tho past year whfle the number of men In tho army has dociroased about threefourths the responsibil ity of the Homo Sorvico section has continued without lotup Many mon discharged from tho World War army for disability wore unable to secure compensator mining or medical care ignorant of tho stops nocossary to ho taken Through tho Home Service many who would be lost wero placed In touch with the government agencies which could aid hem Misa Ora Miller County health visiting nurao In this district mado a report to the committee on tho work accomnllBhnrl since sho bo gan hor duties December 27 Health STH OFFICIAL HONORED BY surveys were maiie in tho McDonalds vUlo and firewater schools At tha McDonaldsvillo school fifi J pupils wero oianiiiuHl Ton wove found normal Twentynlno having dofectlvo tooth Throo luul defec tive oyoa and 1t worn umlw weigh pupils luul CHilarsoil tonsils Kiftysovon pupils of the first ami second grades wersexaminou at Browstor and six woro found normal had tooth BO Von defeoUvo oycs thirty enlarged ton sils and nino wpfo underweight O W Kalp of Justus public health supervisor of contagious diseases In this district mudo a monthly report Miss Miller had mado M callR for typhoid fever two for small pox nud one for diphtheria Misa C Monko who last Mon day began hor duties as homo hygicno nurao of the Homo Sorvico section reported that homo hygicno clnsnos had been organized In fivo rural high schools oC Urn district and a special class at McDonahlBvillo Tho schools In which clossoa havo boon organized tiro Beach City Navarre Justus Hrewstor and Canal Pulton high schools Two oltiaHoa havo boon or ganized In he Roach City school Tho course covers a porlod of 15 weeks Ono hour anil thirty minutes is given each week lo tho work each school At Uio closl of tho course the classes will be examined and those passins tho examination will bo qualified for home hygiene work In addition tho members of classes will bo given a half credit In their school work Frank Booth Elected President of State Asso ciation Special 10 Tha Caiuoiv Jan Frnnk Hootli president of the Stnrk county com missioners wns electort first vJco president of tlio stnto association of commissioners which closed its nn minl convention in Columbus Thurs day Booth took an active part in the convention and wns one of tha lead ers in n sufcassfu fight to oppose riirthor Issue of bonds on tho pnrt of this counties THREATENS FAMILY FA THERMS ARRESTED Canton Jon 14 John P WialJcor of Mlnorva frightened members of his family by telling them ho had sot a mine under the homo and In R fraction of a second could blow tho house to smithereens 1C tho mine did not explode ho said ho carried a shotgun to blow their heads oft Those aro tho allegations of his TWO CENTS MAY QUIT CONGRESS SEES COL ROOSEVELT By Ansocialed Marlon Jan Hardings conferencea today covered a wide variety of public questions Three members of tho houso of rep resentatives were among his callers and he also had an appointment with Col Theodore Roosevelt By Youngstown Jan steol plants hore bogan operations today for the last half of the week on a schedule Htlll further reduced and estimated at about 35 por cent of capacity FIVE INJURED E BLAST By Associated Wost Frankfort Jan men woro Injured in a mine explo sion hero early this morning None Is bollovod to havo boon fatally in jured TEST VALIDITY OF MASSILLON LIQUOR RULING Canton Jan Krichbuum will hand down opinions Monday in a number of casen which wero ar gued In his court thin wook Included In thu number are n suit attacking tho validity of MassIllonH lifltior enforcement ordlnnnca and one involvlni liability for tho Bale of Jamaica ginger SPECIAL SALE on Clgara Koo our Euat Window Tho Brunswick Cigar BtoreArlv DROP IN and hear the January Player Rolls A fine list to select from GEO C WILLE ZOO W MAIN ST AT POPULAR PRICES These big hits in sheet music Do You Ever Think of Songs of Coral Some and C Ar nold Music North Erie Street opposite HATS This Friday and Saturday we will sell any Hat in the store for Store open Saturday evening until fl oclock Mrs E W Vogt Lincoln Theatre last rloor DO IT NOW iJo not forget to join ono of the Christmas Savings Clubs of The Peoples Building Loan Co In terest 101 S Erie NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT to stock ap on Dress Shirts since Dougherty Hill 1719 North Mill street aro offering them at 13 Adv SPECIALS ON SAFETY BLADES Qillettes rlozen Geme 40c pack and EverReady 35o M I Nelman East Main Street Ad v WHEN YOURE GONE I WONT FORGET Q R S ROLL NO 1306 GEO C WILLE CO 200 W MAIN ST Av LEE GRABERQ SPECIALS TOMORROW HOME DRESSED BEEF FINE CHUCK STEAK BOo SHOULDER STEAK 22c VEAL STEW VEAL ROAST OF CHUCH OH SHOULDER 20c VEALCHOPS FRESH BEEF LIVER PICKLED PIGS FEET PICKLED PIGS EARS HAMBURG STEAK BEEF ROAST 18c 20c PORK CHOPQ 28c 30c FRESH SAUSAGE SMOKED PORK CHOPS EXTRA FINE 8WEITZER CHEESE S5c FRESH PUDDING WIENER WURST 20c MINCED HAM 22c LARD 5 4 10LB GROSS WT GROUND LEE GRABERS 100 E MAIN NO 7 GOTH PHONES AND 806 W TREMONT BELL 481 STATE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THAT GOOD MED IUM WEIGHT SUPREME BASHT ADVANCE CLASS LessonB on onestep fox trot from to Weekend party from to nines orchestra W A PORTAGE MEAT SPECIALS Everybody pays cash that Is how we can Bel for less Head tha prices in the ad on page CHOCOLATE DROPS 42c LB Saturday Candy special at the Busy Beo AUTO STROP RAZORS Regular value This Is a very special price for this week M L Neiman Eaat Main LOCAL GREEK DEFENDANT IN Jan Finis a prosperous Mnssillon confectioner waa accompanied by hla German war bride whon ho camo into Judge Days court Friday to doCond an action brought against him by a former om jiloyo Plnls Crook wan ovofiieaa with tho American army and met hln brldo while ho was with tho army of occu pation Ho returned to Amorloa hut went bnok a short time later brought her to this country Pinlg IH bolnt ailed for by Tom SplrlthoB who nays tho money ID duo him for iorTlcoB rendered DRAW JURIES FOR TWO LOCAL CASES the father In Justice Correlfa court late Thursday Afternoon WOMAN DIES AT HOSPITAL Mrs Blanche Illnker 25 died at oclock this morning at tho city hospital following nn operation BOV ura days ago Slio had boon ill to days Her husband Senate Rlnker a daughter Nellfq Rinker two sons Haymond and Honry RJnJcor her par ents Mr and Mrs H W Krlor a als ter Dorothy Krler and a brother Raymond Krior all of thla city tjiir vlve The funeral arrangements havo not boon completed and will bo announc ed Inter ALLDAY SUCKERS QUIET COUNCILMEN By Aiiiicefatwl Jan Ohafrmwi John A nichter of tho finance committee has solved the problem ot a too noisy city council lio tjoday A box of allday suckers was pawed around by tho chairman when ho opened a meeting yonterday of tho flnanco ooniinlttoo Mid for an hour tho Aldorrnan woro qulotly occuplwl with licking tho candy sticks Tho Itloalrod dogroo of sllonco wns at lalned Two jurlen aro to ho drawn In offlco ot clerk ot tho municipal court this afternoon It vfiia announced to day A Jury to hoar the civil cvmo of Tho Huebner Toledo HroworloH vor HUH Louis Itosc anil othorn which will bo trlnrt next TuoHday will bo drawn nw will a jury In tho caso of J H Jjowry colored of South Canal Htrnet who will lo tried In crlmlnnl court January 21 VICTOa RECORDS Kllni Old KaBhlonod Ciiirden Ollvo Kllno Clorns From Mary NlKhl Opera Co CftiriH Ifrom Tho Night Light Opem Tlie Naughty Wulu Kline Hiikor Alabama Moon Kllno Uakor Avulon CluiB Hivrrlaon Mammy t i i Peurleni Quurtet My Sahara HOBO Ilotro Stop H Metro My Litllft Jlimho The Urondwuy HJijrw AHtum Hbtnloy Sally Green fHjjy Murray Ive Got the AI1CU niues Murray Bmalle GEO C WILLE 200 W MAIN 8T PLAYER ROLL BARGAINS Many of thfsni lato JiUH two for and for C L Ar nold MiiHio 0 North wrio Stocka and nonda A T Under hill offJces of Knhn Unlerhlll Lincoln Theater Building Repre senting Otia QTAR GROCERY Starit N fiOn SATURDAY SPECIALS Dannetniller Hlentl Coffee per pound 3fio SpeclalH for Saturday and ail nert woek Hitters Baked BeanH2 cann 25c Mixed Vegetables for BOUP per Be Sweftt Corn largo cans Oil Sardines 4 25c HorsheyH Cocoa pihow Macaroni 2 pounds 25o Hammer Laundry Houp 21 bars P O White Naptha Soap for Michigan Navy Beana pounds 25o Fnncy Head Fresh Rolled Oata 4 26c Adv LOCAL MAN WRITES FOURTEENTH DRAMA H H Parnacott Mwmlllons record breaking htui JiiHt completed hiH fourtounth dronva Paddy McUoo which will bo pro scmLod early next month at St Marys hall hy tho Dramatic Clu of Bt MuryH church It was announced to day The cast boon selected and parts hayo been assigned aro now tindor way CLOSES SALOONS Jan plitccw of hiiHlnniiH with a property vuluo of havo boon ordorcrl cloned for out yoar hy lOodonil Mindia uiiiiHO tho lonantH fill naloonkocp a had Hold llrjuor In violation or Injiinctlonn rantralrilng thoin further vloJntlou of llfjuor lawn MEATS FROM THE PORTAGE Aro IxUlnr and can hn hoiiKhl for siti Son tho on pntjo I for I WONDER IF SHES WAITING Q R 8 ROLL NO 1214 GEO C WILLE CO 200 W MAIN 8T Adv chairman of the Houso Committee on retire from tba BOUMU Mr Uooc haa txwn of fered a partucrmblp la a law firm in Chicago and seriously considering acceptance OFSELLING BDUDJEPOKT Is Premier dead A communication from Moscow an nouncing tho death of M Karpoft member of tho supremo economic council of soviet RUBS In Js quoted in a Berlin dispatch to the Exchange Trtegraph here received by war of Paris Thursday The coancU Moscow con tain B no person named Karpoff Which Is an old pseudonym ot Nikolai Lonino tho soviet premier Some of hts publications bear that namo The Jewish News Bureau January 10 made public wireless advices trom Berlin stating that Nikolai Lenine premier of soviet Russia was 111 in Moscow as jlho result ot a general breakdown accentuated by recent vio lent attacks inacio Upon him by ox trerolatB In the Communist party who accused him at having sold out tho In his dealings with for eign flhanolera Including Washing ton B Varidorlip of Log Angoles Cal Tho message from tho bureaus Berlin correspondent follows I have spoken this morning to a man who stands noar Victor Kopp tho representative of tho soviet gov ornmont at Berlin Wlilio ho wan circumspect ho admitted thnt tho re port of illnuBs was truo in part and gavo tho Impression that it was Kopp who had ordered throo Hortln specialists to go to Moscow according to him Is a vic tim of i breakdown na a result ot tho torrlflo utmla ho hns undergone dur ing tho past three years The Immo dlato cause of tho breakdown howov ar neomn to ho a violent attack lov ngulnst him recently by tho ex tremists In tho Communist party who arc assorting Unit ho ban betrayed CmiumailMin Iy fiobnohbliiR and dcnj K with foroiKit flmmciorH HIt IH known that itt n rocont moot ing of thr OommiinlHtn Lonlrio lollv orod an impassioned Hnnoch in ho nnsworod hln HHHiillant Thin how ovor did not hush tliom vip and ox proKHloim mich as wollliiK out tho Juivo boon huntllnd about frooly witb roiiard to conceHHiona that liriH granted tt WawhlnRton H Vnnrtorllp promoter ft oniH that Lnnlno llnnlly way iindor ho Ktraln ot HIOHO nccusn Tho HusHlnn novlot huroaii In Now York nayH that It him received no word of Uinlnod illOKCtl i IS FEUDED London Hears Disquieting Reports From Great Dependency in East By Associated Premo London Jan Official an nouncement that famine exists Ir several districts in India made yes torday Rt the India office hns occa sionetl concern in Tig present scarcity of food in Greal flrltainB mighty dependency In the iuist comes at an Inopportune time for the government which Is alreadv ETOiiplhiB the serious tmreat among I ho natives ami it is realized hera thnt no other single thing could cause greater disquietude ih India than a BJiovlago ot grain Mere men tlon ot famine in India is freighted with terror for the natives of ttiat country who look back to times when scores of thousands of their follows porished from starvation whirh has often been attended plaguo Little meat is eaten by the 000 people in tills vast Empire wnc subsist mainly on grain Yesterdays official statement Bald that crops In Punjali In the extreme northwest cm part of the Indian Peninsula arc poor The greatest Irrtgatiori stations In all India aro situated in this province the population ol which has often been attended by local famine would cause intense suffering and If the whole couhtry should bo affected the reaults mighJ bo terrible especially in the thickly populated cities ROTARIANS MAKE READY FOR ANNUAL DIST CONVENTION The Rotwr ohib will conduct a unique campaign in an effort to serin a largo delegation of the local club to tho annual district meeting at Cleveland March 21 and 22 The plan was formulated at a meeting following the regular weekly lunch eon today at Hotel Oonrad Tho membership has been equally divided into two dlvisipnii the Whites and the Blues The Divis ions will campaign to secure the largest enrollment at the district convention The division losing wilt be host to tho winners at Tho Whites will be under the leadership of Stanley Balttly L V Beamer and J O Eoster Hersney Meok A W Inman and F G Hkrrl son will direct the drire of the LATEST NEWSPAPERS PERIODICALS AND MAGAZINES At any of Melnhurts LINDE AND WARTH8 8ALE STOREWIDE CLEARANCE liogliiH Hutnrday Sue ho pafjfc ad for thn low prlcfiH Lrtrllon Wearing Apparfil Dry fJoorlH and Notions are offorod WOMEN OF CONTENTMENT aro ihono who havo the waahlng done at the Bnnftary Wet Wash a Institution Phono floll 1073 pr State 180 and auto will call DANCING At MOOBO hall Monday Thursday and Saturday of oach week Adv JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THAT QOOD MED IUM WEIGHT SUPREME OIL BA8HT ADV PO IT NOWI Do not forget to join one of tho Christmas Savings Clubs of The Peoples Building Loan Co In terest 101 S Erio Adv fJO LONGER MEN does the high price of Shirts stand botween you and the noteworthy col lection of Dougherty Hills Theyre offered at 13 oft Sco the DR OSCAR KRING CHIROPRACTOR MOVES TO 312 EAST MAIN STREET Tho jiriiHonl offices of Or Krlng WISO MciClymondH hulldlnB will ho closed ul noon HiiLurrlny proimra tory to moving to his now location lit KUJJI Mnln itroot in thr millo of rooms until recently occupicil by Tho Agency Co Aloiulay morxiliilf Ur Krisn will lo to earn for nil hln patJenU at his now location lie will maintain tho fmmo office bourn nn horetoforo Adv SPRING HATS at IfatH of Halln mid bralilH In all UK jopnlar HprinK Hhudeu on wain at to S 00 0 Canal Ht Adv Broad 11 eta a loaf and 3 for SO els Billy BoyleB Cash and Carry HATS This JYiday and Saturday we will aoll any Hat In the Htore for Storo open Haturday until li oclock Mrs M W Vogt Uncoln Theatre last door Dalton Adding Listing and Calcu lating Machines E P Young ftcp Phono MEATS FROM THE PORTAGE aro better and can bo bought for See tho ad on page 6 for BUSY BEE SPECIAL Vroah Home Made Chocolate Dropa 42o Saturday GILLETTE RAZORS Everywhere else you pay 5 for this razor M I Nciman East Main BURY VETERAN OF WAR The funeral ot Charles Yemen Brown son ot Mr nnd Mrs Charles G Hrown 3202 Duncan street a ma rlno who died of wounds In tho MeusaArgouna offemiYQ Iti Franco in 1918 was hejd Thttmday afternoon nt the roeldenca of his parents at oclock and at oclock at the Wesley Methodist church Tho Uev Grant officiated I A detachment of the marine corps of Clovclund served as pall bearers and had chnrgo of the military 8er vlco Interment wan made in the Masslllon cemetery JANUARY PLAYER ROLLS At OBtnr W Tho Piano Man 208 N Mill WAIT FOR THE PRICE SLASH ERS SALE AT THE SCHWARTZ DEPARTMENT STORE IMPORT ANT ANNOUNCEMENT ON PAGE FOR SUNDAY READING Call In at any of Molnliarta Stores PORTAGE MEAT Everybody pnys canli that Is how we can sell for JOHB Read the prices In tho ad on pugo LATEST PATHE RECORDS lust received by Oscar The Piano Man 208 Adv SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY V South Shore Tomatoes large canej 13c can two for 2nb Pure Pork Sausage Fresh Shoulders 20o JrfiSh Hams whole or half Capital City Hams 30b Holnsna and Knocps Welnern 20b Head Cheese 20ts Pudding ISo GRABER BENSON 207 W Main r r 801 W Tremont SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE Ehrets Hall 60o per couple Gents 55c extra lady Ady U R K OP P DANCX Regular U R K of P Dance day January 14th Smiths Ira Adv AFTER CHRISTMAS SACS Mens Watches and Iiadiee Wrist Watches All sold at very l I East 3AUE THE PRICE SLASHERS STARTS SOON AT SCHWARTZ D E P A R t M E N T STORE IT WILL BE MASSILi LONS BIGGEST WINTER SALE READ THE IMPORTANT t   

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