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Morning Sentinel from Waterville, Maine • 7

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Waterville, Maine
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'vT 5 1 WATERVILLE MORNING 8ENTINEI' RIDAY APRIL! 17 1914 PAGE SEVEN GOLD ISH REE it Waterville Local News THURSDAY RIDAY AND SATURDAY Al WILLIAM HAWKER Green Arranged two visit Tn Boston Opp PRICES! Matinee 10 cti Ere a In 10 cts 20 cts in UP TO DATE MILLINERY melodrama NOTICE 7 67 WATER STREET except those 11 730 o'clock the gate Lucy Townsend Connor Millinery M' JOLLY EIGHT MAIN ST CASH GROCERY An Attractive Offering of i Trimmed Hats 1 riday and it 4 BIJOU THEATRE OPENED Other hals from $350 to $2)00 TonsoriaiParlor Ts be Why Not? displayed in BRADSTREET Waterville Ma and WEEKLY ROLLO MATHEWS A CO 1 74 Main BL A I 5B Uli St Witenllli Mi Pllll IBM I going to Saturday a special dance to 12' and and ire Prevention Day April 30 the proclamation for which has been ls with his the con May for on will be Adver Sims Schoeler Jamieson to by 10c 35c 25c25c70c 55c13511c Wc have selected from our stock 50 hats which we will offer Thursday riday and Saturday at the uniform price of and 2 SPECIAL PLAY to I iti large assortment and at prices that will fit all purses Good line of Corsets and Silk Skirts at all prices steel sizes prices I Disagreeable Weather Yet 1000 Peo ple Attended Last Evening REE STORAGE or all sleighs to be painted or varnished at 16 Mechanics Square SINGING ENTERTAINER 49 Main SCT Waterville We ha vedheOdel Automatic Safety Razor Blade Honer The Baptist Missionary society will meet this afternoon with Mrs Augusta A Perkins' 1 Sheldon place Mrs Arthur Perkins of India a missionary who is home oh a fur lough will be present and give an in teresting talk 'Mrs Owen has Charge of the program Electric Wiring and Repairs Attend i ed Promptly Office 15 Birch St Sign Carriage and Automobile Paint Ing Successor to Geo Davies CARTS and WAGONS Ixrnk us over get our prices Can Lima Beans Baker's Chocolate Eggs doz 2 cans Hatchet Tomatoes Pail Lard Small pail Cottolene Large pail Cottolene Compound bulk Tb Sunkist Oranges 1LMS DEVELOPED AND PRINTED PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS i ENLARGEMENTS 9 fi 1 Complete change of program today with special features Shows at 2 In afternoon and 7 and 830 In evening Prices: Adults 10c children under 12 5c COMEDY SKIT AND BUR LESQUE BOXING 55 Main St Waterville Me A dance will be held at Messalon skee hall in Oakland this evening Mu sic will be furnished by or chestra Assembly Theatre The Diamond a An immense flock of blackbirds numbering many hundreds was seen on Elm street yesterday afternoon near the home of Jesse Whitcomb One large elm tree was completely filled with them and their chattering could be heard for some distance The Jolly Eight chib was entertain ed last evening by Miss Nellie Nelli gan at the home of pier aunt Airs A Herd Bowden street (Winslow The fl rat prize a of stationery was won by Miss Gene Birley the second a pretty vase by Made line Estes and rhe consolation a pic ture to Miss Agnes Orcutt After the games delicious refreshments con sisting of deviled sandwiches hot cho colate fruit and brownies were serv ed and a social hour with music fol lowed 40 Main BL Special attention given to diseases of the gums Residence pbone Walrfleld 106 1 Office phone Waterville SO 11 WATERVILLE CHAMBER Ot COMMERCE RETAIL TRADE COMMITTEE Tht stores will be closed all day MONDAY APRIL It you have City or arm Property for sale why hot place ft in our bands to dispose al charge you nothing for our services unless we make a sale We have a long waiting ItaL Live Lobsters 330 at 25c lb Boiled Lobsters at 4 30 28c 1b 4 8L John Alswive 25a Strictly fresh eggs doz 28c Bbl Harter lour and 25 lb bag Sugar 3650 Bbl Gold Medal and 25 lb bag Sugar $650 25 lb bag Sugar and 1 lb Tip Top Tea $140 25 lb bag Sugar and 3 lbs Good Coffee $172 i 25 lb bag Sugar and 3 pkgs Post Toasties $125 Take advantage of our prices and look over our display of moats Bakery product stc Call on us for ish Rev James Carson superin tendent of the Pendbscot Bay Bethel mission at Stockton Springs gave an interesting talk at the Methodist church last evening The attend ance was small on account of the weather A moving picture booth has been installed in Town hall Nortlr Vas salboro and the hall has been leased to Chester Perry for Monday Wednesday and Saturday nights commencing Saturday April 18 Advertisement I Albert Murray a youth who has caused the police considerable trou ble in the past was taken to the re form school yesterday by Special Officer Connor The young man was sentenced to the reform school several months ago and was released on probation I Since that time he has again come to the atten tion of the police department and was a habitual truant from sehooL Waterville Me Two gold fish In large globegl ven with every 7 50 CENT PURCHASE 1 REXALL REMEDIES or TOILET ARTICLES One hundred to choose from be represnted by two contest and the interest displayed in preliminary trials indicate that contest will be very rne uowr coniwiauw chosen for this evening are Harry Upton 9f Portland and Car roll landers of Skowhegan BALL but don't get our prices BASEBALL GOODS Supt Perkins and other school of I flcials consider the idea an excellent I one and will do their utmost in car I rying forward the program on that day It was at the last annual banquet of the Are department in the Central station on eb 4 of this year that Gov ernor Haines first announced his idea of setting apart a day to be known as "ire Prevention He said at that time: the schools had a fire prevention day when young people amount of He stated that the amount of He stattd that the idea was not original buL was a u8 gestion In the proclamation which was is sued after giving statistics regarding fire losses In the btate or Maine ana the amounts of insurance paid Gov ernor 'Haines says: "I most earnest ly recommend that the people observe it in all proper ways: irst by clean ing up rubbish and looking after fire traps at home second by holding meetings for discussion and addresses in the several cities and towns of the state especially under the auspices of the Patrons of Husbandry and the fire departments and in our schools anil such other commercial and civic or ganizations as may be able to lend their support to this Important ques tion in order that all iour people both old and young in country and city may be thoroughly impressed and become better educated upon this most important question of conserva In many of the cities and towns in the state preparations are already be Ing made for a Up Dey" and in nearly every instance that day will be held on April 30 While the local Chamber of Commerce has not yet tak en any steps It Is understood that they have something of a plafl to of fer Many of the' merchants have signified their willingness to assist and fraternal organizations are taking the matter up CARRIE STEMETZ' Millinery Corsets Art Goods and Hosiery ITS MAIN STREET ME Program for Schools Is Now Being $500 REWARD! to any persons having used six $1 bottles of Syrup without be ing benefited or cured at all drug gists GrodeYs Dyspepsia Cure Co Waterville Me were present and after the business meeting refreshments) were served and a social hour enjoyed Orwin to the death of Professor Hedman several changes have been made in committees of the Colby faculty The one most directly con cerning the students in the commit tee of standing of students Pro fessor Chester ia now chairman of ibis committee the other members being Professors Grover and Libby Two members of 'Silence Howard Hayden chapter A started yes terday for Washington where they will attend the Continental Con gress The ladles are Mrs Susan Cushman who is alternate fcr tho regent Mrs IK Abbott who will not attend and Mrs William Simoaon of airfield who is a dele They win join tne main partj in Portland With each purchase of $10 without sugar we are give you free 1 package of Gorn lakes only Maple Syrup qt 38c gal $140 2 cans Red Salmon 25c Seeded Raisins 10c 1 4 tb Instant Postum 27c 1 2 Tb (Instant Postum 44c 2 pkgslGrape Nuts 25c Can Pumpkin 10c IT DCwe't forget our trade on lERSOM ca BONSALL Propi Tele 188J Opp Savings Bank 170 Main Street Ramsdell of Bangor is pass Samuel Person of Concord ing a few days here II passed Thursday visiting acquaiu 1 tahces in Waterville Ralph Butler of Athens passed yesterday in Waterville The arts and crafts committee of the club will meet this even rank Sriiall formerly an at Mr and Mrs George rl Watson leave today for Burlington Vt where Mr Watson will open a business col lege Mrs Boothby returned Portland yesterday accompanied Mrs rank Alden and daughter Vesta I VELOCIPEDES both aud rubber tires all prlcesjowest Uome In and get our before buying Henry Vlgue 162 MAIN ST melo drama In three pans will be shown at the Assembly theatre today and Saturday Tnis is stirring play of mystery and Intrigue The orches tra will play for pictures this evening and held from 9 tisement fIRE PREVENTION i DAY ON APRIL 20 WHAT YOtf WANT IN Monument TABLET Can be round here IT Perfect stock and fine lettering guar anteed MORSE 5 Spring St Waterville Me ASSEMBLY THEATRE PICTURES 215 to 400 EVENING 7 and 830 RIDAY AND SATURDAY DIAMOND In three parts a mystery and intrigue the Girl of Mysteries starts P4ay 1 THIS EVENING ORCHESTRA WITH 1 PICTURES DANCE 9 12 Pictures 5 and 10 cents Dancing Ladies 10c Gents Pic tures and Dancing 25c I I 20th 1914 ths Markets and Grocery Stores and will be closed Io the afternooD City Transfer Co I Prouty Berry Brown I rroprtetora General Trucking urniture I Plano Moving a Specialty Office Charlee 8t Phone Herbert Libby registrar Colby college is on business Houlton Bueliier of New Bedford I Mass was a business visitor in Waterville'Qlhursday afternoon This' evening at auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will hold its regular meeting the Modern Woodmen hall All members are re quested to attend 4 1 At tne oia uan gnvu $ij hall Wednesday nlgnt by the ladles of Sacred Heart parish the prize toas awarded to Miss Susie garty for having the oldest costume of any lady in the hall1 Mrs Harry Dennison of Attleboro Mass has arrived here to join her husband who has been here several weeks io the employ of the Cash Gro cery store Mr and Mrs Dennison will reside at 5 College ptace Good Contest Expected at Casino Al leys This Evening Those who will compete in the week ly roUoff at tho Casino alleye and their qualifying scores are: Murphy 387 Poirier 335 Iversi331 Bradstreet1 Williams 825 McClelland 315 Simpson 309: Reid 307 Tucker 30G Maxwell 305 Tupper 801 Robinson 300 Bryant 298 Bou ches 29 Russell 291 The contest will begin at 8 I cnpH In nvomnr William MfllnPS 4L llCliCJi U1 UACCUtlllC JLH1VILVL1 I was in attendance at the meeting of will be observed in the public schools of the state A committee of this city according to Supt Charles Thursday rerKins ine program rorinaiuaj 2 which commemorates the Bangor fire This evening at the Getchell street on April 30 1911 is being arranged ree Baptist church the famous Can end will be later published in detail adian Jubilee Singers will render a cnripArt WhllA fhav! havn PYiTWHTAd I in this city on previous occasions their reputation Is so broad that tne attendance will doubtless be CORSON Succeeding A Judge Trade with thia Reliable Studio and secure irst Class Work and Satisfaction TeL Con 58 M1n 8t Although the weather was stormy nearly 1000 people attended thej opening performances of the new I Bijou theatre on (Water street last evening The theatre which seats over 500 people was filled to thej limit at both evening performances and many were obliged to stand! Special motion pictures were shown by Manager A Ponsant and music furnished byjReny's orchestra Vocal selections were rendered by Harry Marcoux and others The new building is a wooden structure and contains besides thej theatre two stores and a tenement above The tb eatre is modern in every particular and has stage exits in case Of fire The floor is eievaieai Telephone connection making an ideal picture house Be office 8 tol2 1 to 5 ginning today a matinee will be given at 2 and two perform fa Etarrn ances each evening excepting Sun III fglljflH fRyu day one at 7 the other At 830 1 Advertisement I DENTAL ROOMS TT Rya1 Cafe New Laundry Bnildlng will serve Broiled I Live Lobsters to 147 Main SL Waterville Me night Advertisement Mrs Watson was pleasantly surprised yesterday afternoon with a gift of a handsomely (bound volume of poems from the educa tional committee ofJ the Waterville dub of which she was a member During her short residence in Waterville Mrs I Watson has be come very popular and won many friends who very much regret her de parture for Burlington Vt which will be her future home Dr Kidder DENTIST HOW DO YOU EEL TODAY? If you have got that run down tired out spring feeling and want a good remedy to take you should get a bottle of NY? ALS SPRING SARSAPARILLA or itiay be you need a strictly blood purifer if so take Nyuta Hot Springs Blood Remedy BOTH GOOD DRUG STORE 118 Main Street WATERVILLE MAINE Three Registered Druggist Telephone 639 Estimates Cheerful ly Given 4 George Dow ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR i CITY OPERA HOUSE We might call thta and because you see be fore you the before and after effects rt our i INE DENTISTRY We not only beautify the mouth but we add to yo ur health the latest scientific fact that mastication means highest health and you CANT mast! cate with poor teeth Gold crowns well fitting sets fillings of all kinds etc Expert dentistry absolutely pain less methods decent prices Examine tlons free DR A COBB HAISE BENTAL PARLORS Tslsphons 339W The members of Mrs Philbrick's Sunday school class were pleasantly Ant art Aincwl at tho hnma of Afrs Cecil No session of the Sewing school I Daggett Wednesday evening by Mrs will be held Saturday The last Daggett Mrs Hatfield and Miss session of the year will be held in Effie Coker About 20 young ladles A hall Saturday April 35 at 130 In Brewer on May 5 6 and 7 the annual' meeting of the Congregational Conference and Missionary society of Maie will be held Rev Rob inson of this city will attend Waterville degree staff of the Mod ern Woodmen of America' will confer the degrees upon a class of 100 can didates at the tri ennlal state con vention to be held at Lewiston 6th A short business meeting of the federation of church work ers of the Congregational church ill be held Sunday immediately after the sermon Important business will be discussed 1 Mrs Martha Ware has returned Ing at 730 at the Library hall from a Priestly of East Jaffrey torney of this city and now residing is visiting friends in this city in Old Town was a business visitor Thursday Kdith Lane has returned after shirt with frienrie in Portland Master Nat Jr cele brated his seventh birthday in a fit ting manner yesterday afternoon Games werew played and refresh ments served all the youngsters having a thoroughly? good time The young man was presented with many presents Those present were Rich ard Drummond Stephen Larrabee red Knauff Arthur McEwen Malcolm Reid of (this city Charles Nelson of Augusta Earl Davis Colby ex was a visitor in Waterville yesterday while on his way to reedom where he is to coach the reedom academy base ball team Mr Davis as well known while in Colby He has been touring the southern states? (going as ar as Texas He spent two months in El Paso Texas and has many interesting stories to tell of the situation in Mexi co While on bls visit ne was the notorious Captain Mac and band in Sonora county one of seats of trouble in that country Bates Maine and CoWr will contestants for the prizes offered by Mr Purinton of thlscity for articles on the subject of at the irst Baptist church this eve ning Governor Haines will preside There are four prizes $50 $25 $15 and $10 respectively Each college will ants the the interesting Large and select line of WHEELBARROWS in and sizes A 0 $298 IWh 7 Sr ntfli iT 1 1 1 I I.

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