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MKNi GENEVA DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920 MeCURDY'S ELECTORS FOR STATE LISTED ROCHESTER, N. Y. Optical Service Henry R. Micks of Senec* . and George Underwood for This District The full list of electors that the voters of New York gta.te wfll vote for on November 2, and \'who In turn : \ 7 r—>$ Accurate Prompt Moderately Priced We examine eyes and make glasses —also make all manner of optical re- pairs. Consult Mr. Becker, our optom- etrist. Rear Balcony. East Building f. /- SMITH OPERA HOUSE Two Days Only—Friday and Saturday OCTOBER 22-23 Matinees Daily, 2:30 and 4 p. m. • -> Evening.; 7; 15-9:00 THE WAR WAS WON—SEE HOW TWAS DONE United States Official WAR FILMS Taken by the IT. 8. Signal Corps, A. E. F. The American Legion —OVER THERE- ACTUAL CHATEAU THIERRY BATTLES ARGONNE America's Greatest Victories ST. MIHIEL SEE —The New York State Divisions, 27th and 77th action. —Your own boys go over the top. —History tn the making. •• t —P»rshlr>o's farewell to France. —American Legion parade, Eetc, Etc Price*—Matinees, Evenings 25c, 50c, Plus War Tax School Children to Matinees, 17c The Once Over Beats the Twice Told Temple Theatre • L. O. •HADY. Mgr. TODAY \WHILE NEW YORK SLEEPS\ Sunshine Comedy \Hi* Wife's Caller\ VODVIL FRIDAY GEORGE WALSH In \FROM NOW ON*' Last Chapter \Avenging Trail\ First Chapter \Bride 13\ VODVIL CtkfjilciI~~SLuuk Increased^ Albany, Oct. 21 (Special)—The Rico Brolhers Company, of Geneva, has filed a certificate with the Secretary of State, announcing: that the amount Of Its capital stock has been increased from $45,000 to $65,000. Its attorney filing the paperg was C. W. Rice, of Geneva. Printers on the Omaha Sunday Boo thought they had tied up the paper when thoy took, what they pleased to terra a vacation. The Beo appeared as usual, althoug-h in different form. Pho- tographic reproduction of twpewrittfln copy was resorted to, as was done by s(*vpral tnttgnzlrteB about a year 'figo, when the printers went on strike^ Notice Eagles. Tonlehfl, Mepting nnd lunch with \Bon'.' nnd \Hill\. Don't miss this treat.— Adv- Tfiur table drink will never bother nerves or sleep ifyouQjdt coffee and drink. INSTANT POSTUM If coffee troubles you; isrit it better to make the change now rather than later? Better health results and you'll appreciate the econ- convenience. omj ana There s a Reason forIhstum }LdehyVb»tum Cereal Co.Inc, , wiITv(3tBftjrth* — 'candidate^ for president, have been i received .here. New York voters 1 will cast their ^teallota for 45 electorc. Tables-iihowinff the full list of elec- tors, in New Yo*|s State, Democratic and Republican, are given below: • Democratic—Virginia C. Gilder- sleeve, Rudolph Relmer, Moses Sche- inberg, Abraham Kesselman, Michael J. Daly, James Shevlin, Franklin Taylor, Charles J. O'Brien, Emmett McCormack, John J. Haggerty, Sam-, uel Gordon, George .Williams, Doro- thea Keschnor, Julia Sanders, Bii-h- ard J. Delanj', Louis K. laTour, Charles F. Murphy, Maurice B. Blu- mentlml, -John A. Schaftert, Anno Matthews, H. Warren Hubbard, John M. Rlehle, Kate Kieran, Arthur B. Murphy, Duale! 4. BoyJan, Oscar I^e RoV Wawen, tViiliam Chttrcli Os- born, Emanuel Wetter, Prank P. Dolan, Joseph C, Riley, George \V. Cooper, John W. McGonnell, Otto Pfaff, Fred U. Cantwell, Jerome J. Parrell, Thomas Ryan, Henry R. Micks, William Murray Lefflngwell, Wendojl J. Curtfs, Fred Schlosser, DeLancey Rankine, Edward L. Koono, Oliver Cabana, James P. Qulgley. Republican—Virginia . M. Bacois, Otte H. -Cutler, Charles A. Davids, Gil- bert P. Voorhees, Michael J. Dadv, Richard H. Laimbeer, Alfred E. Vass, Clarence B. Smith, Thomas Falreer- vis, James C- F^ancesconi, George H. Reichers, Max Urucker, Ruth 13. Pratt, Alexander Wolf, Antonio Dal- ddt KfflH W. Beyer, C. Alathlldo Schaefer, Jules 8. Bache, William C. Hecht, Jr., Millcu-d H. Ellison, Benjamin Schwartz, Val- entine J. Hahn, Olln J. Stephens, John Wynne, Louis Castagnetta, Edwin O. Holter. Benjamin F n'T^n,—Ma Cantine, Franlj P. McCarthy, \FrSnU B. Twining, W. Barlow J3unlap.--lLr.fc ing H. Grtswold, John D. Hlggins, Percy C. Thomas, Jerome B. Hadsell, Leonard A. Saxcr, George Underwood, Samuel P. Orth, Geoge O. B. Bon- bight, Ernest ii. Woodward, Edward B. Holmes, Herbert B. Crouch, Herbert S. Sisson, Ed-ward L. Allen, OUTLINE WORK FORM YEAR Farm Bureau -To Obtain Special Fruit Man To Work With Growers Romulus, Oct. 21—The annual Ad- visory Council meeting of the Seneca County Farm Bureau was held here with fifty two cengmitte«nven repr->- sentlng every town of the county pres- ent. A county program of work wan dutiinefl and adopted for 1921. This Includes new work consisting of a spj- elal fruit man in the county to worlc with the fruit growers. A specialist, will also be obtained to go throughout the county under direction of the Farm Bureau next summer to cull all poultry flocks of farmers who wish the work done. Potato variety demonstrations! nnd seed inspection will also .be con- tinued. Reports were by C. J, Bald-; ridgCr-Keadaifti—repreamiUug frjrtt IK-'t terests', Win. B. Penrsojn, on member- ship campaign, Henry Morris, Lodi, on poultry, and John Marshall, Waterloo on Farm Crop's. The membership campaign of the Farm Bureau will be put on the week of November 8-13. The committeee- men after some discussion voted to adopt a sliding scale whereby tha membership fee for 1921 will bo from two to ten dollars. Several members were obtained yesterday at five and. ten dollars. The committeemen of the county are going out during November 8-13 to secure one thousand members in the Farm Bureau. They were en- thusiastic about getting at least that number. E. J. Williams, Romulus, was elected aa membership chairman of the membership camapign for the southern five towns of the county^, and Wm. B. Pearson, Waterloo, chair- man of the northern five towns of the eoanty. It Is Expected that consider- nMe strife will develop in the member- ship campaign between the northern and southern divisions. The reports of the\ secretary-treasurer, F. H. Hali- nel, Romulus and of the manager, Wil- bur D. Chase, were made in the sa©n>- iaff, which Bhowed a great deal of progress this year of the Farm Bu- reau. A nominating committee «raa elected wMcTi win bring in their nom- inations at the annual meeting on No- vember 18tlV for officers and directors of the Farm Bureau for 1921. Notice Eaglci. \ Tonlgrlit, Meeting and lunch wltn \Ben\ and \Bill\. Don't miBs this treat.—Adv. KENDAIA • • • » - Kendala, Oct. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of Geneva have been visiting relatives here. Mrs. S. J. Coryell is visiting relatives near Waterloo for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Stella Smalley and grand- daughter Rowena Yates were in Gen- eva, Monday. . Archie McWhorter and Verne Covert were in Geneva Saturday evening. The Candle Light society of St An- drews church will serve dinner and supper at the Grange Hall election day to any and all -who come, Mr. and Mrs. Earl McMann have moved to Ovid. Leo Garrison and his force «jf pick- ers finished picking his crop of Kieffer pears Friday, of about 2,000 bushels. Mrs. Laura Case of Syracuse, a for- mer resident of this place, lias been vlsltinr friends' here. Mr. and Mrs. Secley Klnnan and daughter Llbbie were Sunday callers aX Jess© Haggrerty's. Mrs. T. JB, McWborter was in Gen- eva Tuesday. Notice Eaglet. Tonight, Meeting: and lunch with \Ben\ and \Bill\. Don't miss this treat—Adv. • \ ' • • Representative Randall sa>s that lip will move to makr thp I'hUijij.in' < j dry. There will lip a < onsMrr.i' jp nunilirr who will prnhPMp mmv .ilsi>, J in .-uci-p-ttls. - .\l.ir..:.i li.iiKIin. 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Y. \ONYX* HOSIERY Regent Theatre Geneva'* Pleasure Palace 4 SHOWS OAILY* M»tlnee 2 P, M. and 4 JP. M. Evening 7 P* M. imfrv. M. TONIGHT Geraldlne Farrar and Lou Tellegen in \Flame of the Desert\ FRIOAY AND SATURDAY WALSH PRODUCTION Directed by R. A. WALSH ; From the pl«y hj tmvi Armstrong and Wilson Johnny Ray in \Father's Close Shave\ A rich comedy from Bringing & Up Father. Paramount Mag- ^* azine and Paths News. t fl-i-K*^*\\-*\ „ * ••* \t at Low Prices Pay high prices for your Fall and Winter clothes if you like—that's your-affair. • JBut we , want to assure you before you start looking^ * ^SUifdThat no matter where yoi^ go you won't * get^so.niuch value for so little ihtfney ''$& at our ? Vti CORNELL UMVERSriY SUIT OR OVffiCOAT These Clothes represent the best product of % Aflierica's foremost designer and skilled artisans ^ They come to you with every new tSuch that will j be in vope this Winter. 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