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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - December 27, 1909, Lowell, Massachusetts 27 1909 TIUJS0 TO KODTHEHN DIV. To Boiton. l.te. 6.48 .0.97 ljd.it tut 7.01 .7.83 1.U a.js 8.M Jirr DM US 7.80 MO 6..riO 8.BO H.S6 bii.07 10.18 0.80 10.M J0.40 11.88 12.13 1.46 2.4t 8.57 4.28 6.20 bO.10 6.23 7.88 12.20 1.00 2.80 8.M S.80 6.16 7.19 7.10 8.20 10.80 From Boiton. Lvo. -.Ar 0.14 7.: MS ftl 8.19 0.0 6.00 O.i 10.00 30.3 blO.il 11.8 11.80 12.li KM 1.00 l.S 8.60. 4.00 14.14 0.00 b5.il 6.88 tB.01 eC.U 7.80 8.8 li.n 4.8 6.8 6.87 7.0. 0.03 10.80 J1.M 11.17 11.55 11.20 12.10 SUNDAY TRAINS BODTBERH DIVISION 6.4D 7.80 7.83 S.OB 7.65 8.85 8.JS 8.4B 0.20 10.16 10.80 11.83 2.25 6.18 6.M e.oo 0.28 7.10 7.88 8.50 7.BO 8.80 ll.OO 10.00 10.80 12.07 1.57 0.02 8.0S il.08 10.02 10.BS 11 rilOM BOSTON WISSTEHX VIV. To llooton. Lvo. Air. 0.48 7J55 8.04 8JJ6 0.50 10.60 '0.60 11.68 2.05 1.10 zl.80 5.80 8.10 4.14 l.Su 6.34 6.00 6.09 7.00 8.00 0.83 10.88 JTrora HoBton. Arr. E7.00 aio 7.80 8.62 0.24 J0.8II 10.S5 11.62 11.60 12.54 2.14 3.20 8.80 4.30 4.59 6.66 0.08 7.08 0.85 7.45 6.85 10.83 X11.S5 12.21 SUNDAY TRAINS WBI5TERW DIVISION 8.20 9.20 !.10 1.15 a.co 6.00 6.45 7.00 8.50 10.02 8.00 9.08 12.00 1.01) 2.1t B.2B 3.811 4.41 5.20 6.38 8.40 I'.tl Jtcferencest c Huns ro Lowell unlays only. Via Lawrcnco unction. I) Via Hertford. B Via Salom Jet. r. Vln Wilmington ilnctlori. I JAS, J.GALLAGHER Re-elected President of the Mathews The rcRulur meeting of the Mathew Temperance Institute was held Sunday forenoon. President .lames J. OalliiKlKT in Ihe chair. Despite the storm there was a attendance of members and consld'-rabie business of importance was transacted. The principal business of the meet- ing was the election of officers which resulted in Ihe ro-electioii of Jarnes J. fjullagher without' any opposition. There was H. trood contest for the sec- ond 'odice. however. Michael J. Boyle mil Frank J. Collins being the iiomi- lecs for the oiline, but Mr. Boyle was elected vice-president. Scr-reUiry William H. Cary, who was ppOKCd by George Eriggan, was re- a third time by .a large Guthrie and Edward elected for vote. John fUNEEALS funeral Miss Grace P. Adams "took place Haturday aficr- noon from tlio homo of her sister, Mrs. Edith A. Flemings, 177 Fort Hill ava, Rev. S. W. Cummfngs, pastor of the Kii-Kt Baptist church officiating. There were many beautiful floral tributes, among which were the following! of carnations, Mrs. Edward F. Cohurn; lilies of the valley, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Morae; wreath of violets, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Adams and W. E. Koper; open nook inscribed "Asleep In George MacKenzie; sprays, Minnie Maloney, Mrs. Roper. Mrs. B. J. Mahoney, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph John- son, Mrs. Christina Graves, Mr. ana Mrs. JI. B. Flemings and the King's Daughters oC Ihe First Baptist church. The bearers -were relatives of the de- ceased. Burial will tnke. place in the family lot in the Chelmsford Centra cemetery under the direction of .-A. H. Bixby. LOCAL NEWS You wnnt printing; Tobln's Pi-lntery. Ask for Lowell mndc cigiini at Hail Lyon's and all other drug stores. Order your coal now at Mnllin's. 953 Gorham street. Best coal in the city. Tills is Quarter AVoek at The Lowell Lowell Five Cent Saving Hunlt. a, deposit. Do it now. Teeth pxtrnrted funeral of little Val- ntine Chaffe took place. Saturday af- .trnoon from the home of her parents, 1 Gauthior avenue. Funeral' services trcll were elected to the literary com-1 were held at 2 o'clock at St. Louis' mittue. and Frank Kelley and llc.nry church. Rev. Fr. Jacques officiating. iBangerfleld to the board of i The bearers were six little playmates, Rev. W. Georpe Mullin. Robert J.: Edmond and Alfred Briere, Napoleon and Jaines Rotirko were j and George Lemire, Hector Turcotte unanimously chosen as spiritual direc- and Silvio Barette. Burlfil was in St. tor, marshal nnd financial secretary, re- Joseph's cemetery, and Undertaker spi'CUvoly. Joseph Albert officiated at the grave. Of the live candidates for the board pain by tho Obtumlino Hystom of pain- less dentistry. Dr. GrtK'ion, JOli Merr'k St. of trustees. Thomas H. Gallagher, John funeral of Mrs. Halls and Patrick McCann were elected. Sarah Thatcher toolc place j Messrs. Gallagher and Rails received I afternoon at 2 o'clock from her home, re-clcc-llons. The new officers will bu 00 South Whipplo street. Rev. J. T. I Installed at tho next luputlng. Three: llllom olllciating. The bearc-rs w'eie I now members wore ad ml tied and two i Herbert Hall, Samuel Burtt, Frank nnrt mind without Propositions wore received. j Lc-ith and Thomas Wilde. Burial was The 2fith anniversary of the organiz- i in the Edson cemetery under the di- ation will bo linld Tuesday evening, rectlon of J. A. Wcinbeck. January Uli. at Matliows hull in Out- I Money deposited in The Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank begins to draw in- terest Saturday, .Ia.nuary 1st. Afternoon Week Dec. 27 ROYAL HAWI1AN SKPTICT MINNIE KT. C1..AIK HARVEY PeVOHA TKIO VAN DArmiNC! HHOWN AND AYKU LEW 1VELS11 AN'Lf COMPANY HATHA.SCOI'IC HILDA. THOMAS AND Loir HALL In "The Siilunllnto." Mnltnru Kvrry Day rinnos from JI. Stolnert funeral of Vic- tor Morissette took place Saturday from the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Morissette, 20 Common street. Burial was In St. Joseph's Napoleon (on street.. Tim speaker of the occasion will be John T. Shea, president of tht- Boston C. T. A. U. Mr. Shea durlns tile course of his remarks will report on the, progress of tile plans for tlm 40t.ii national convention, which will bo I cemetery, and Undertaker held in Boston. August 10 11 and 1'' I Bilodoau had charge. I I Deputy James F. McGovern of Wo- Mmrn will also be present. A musical land literary proRram of sundry num- bers will be carried out by the mem- bers. Appropriate moving pictures will j be shown. ArtT the New Year tiie society will i occupy one of tbp stores on the 'street Moor of tho IjuIlfliiiR as a library and ffiimp room. Tile tenant, will vacate In a few days and the trustees expect to liiivc the room ready within 10 dnyh. ACADEMY OF MUSIC Moving rindivcs. llluFlrnk'fl Soiifjs. Vaudeville. PAT and MAY TOUHEY EDWIN GEORGE JEFFRIES and JOHNSON Championship Fight Pictures Mondaj' nnd Tucsdiiy Xiyhis Only THEATRE VQYONS" "Little Italy" TEN CENTS-THAT'S ALL STAR THEATRE TODAY Carrino and Her Four Bcars. Famous Holly Bunches, Wreaths, Trimmings, Fancy Boxes, Christmas Confectionery. KILLPARTR8CK Merrimnck Square Lowell Opera House ALL TUBS WEEK PHIL OTTS Comedians Monday. Tnonflny nnd "THE BOSTON RKUJi" No Matlnco Momluy Thursday and Friday "TJ1U JIAN iinrt TUB Mutlnco Olid NlKht. New Tenr's TMattnee nnd Nltrht "T11U MlTJ.IONAUiK KID" iallnees 10c and 20e. Seats on salt January 3 IIP Cyrlonic" Tanguay In