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JOHNSON OITY-ENDIOOTT RECORD, HAY'5, 1917 pans to Hear Patriotic Address [Senator Hill in Pavilion at Ideal Park as are underway for an observ- Stemorial _Day which shall be eplng with the spirit of the nit- one of the most critical times |Jhistory. X Plepson, commander of Whit- i^Post, No. 360, G. A. R., announc- t&day that the Post\ would hold erclses in\ the pavilion at Ideal Park, ^Senator William H . HiU .making the ^principal address. The veterans will I first place flowers, on- the graves of |thelr departed comrades \\and then '/\march to the pavilion. The Sens, of |y Veterans', will Join with them in the *' exercises. An Invitation, has been ls- iV -Bued;by the Post to the Patriotic Or-' der of the'Sons of .America and to aU other 'organizations' and individuals who may desire to stake part. — -The-P.ost -alBO desires that proper observance of the day shall be made In the churches and-scho^ls. .On; Sunday evening, May 27^ special service Will be held' In the Methodist • Episcopal church at Johnson City. A • patriotic address will;be delivered and •tne main part of the auditorium will J>e reserved for the veterans and other :.. ; 'patriotic organizations, j ^^-lajbotirttie shoe towns business will '-^fi ('suspended during Memorial Day. -rrThe factories will close, as well as all !Vstbres,.except those selling provisions; V ^v ^wlilch'will remain open until 9 o'clock j jj ^'jiAin.: AN ARMY— LLOYD GEORGE Pjhuisla is an Army ^Prussia Is a fool' , - -Totttirik an army can replace • j.' . .Divinities who rule. * Prussia .is .an Army. <VlA mass of maddened men \rJ ^ xb- sanity again.. Prussia Is an* Army\ And does it hope to make The children of-a promised land Subjects of them to-make? Prussia Is an Army An .armyvwith a crown '.JTiaBht-to tarn .th^' ten commandments') , And tke Sermon, down. ! •i Prussia Is an Army ;An army most unjust To sacrifice the lives .qf them * Who pray—in God we trust. .April 23, 1917. o-Henry Lang. NAME ALBERT FOR A Director of tie Community Chorus Appointed Recreation Manager by Endicott, Johnson & Co. Harold Albert, director of the Com­ munity Ohorus, has been promoted to the position, of Recreation Manager for Endicott, Johnson &. Co, a position Joe Winder, crook, confirmed gam­ bler and thief, in the Famous Players picture \The Valentine Girl\ starring National Hymns Of U. S. airf- the! Marguerite Clark on the Paramount 'Pjogram, steadfastly refused to be- Allies to be Sung by Their iollowers • tray his \chief\ to the through the terrible grilling of the \third degree\ when at length - it was wrung from him. What was it that held him from giving this Information. Could it have been the thought ot.the chiefs little daughter, Marian (played by Marguerite Clerk)? At any rate, he proved to be a good example' of \honor even among thieves\ and some­ how one' cannot feel that he is wholly police until bad at he^rt This Is merely one of the Intensely Interesting incidents of ,\The Valentine Girl,\ which Is the at­ traction at the Stone Opera House Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of] M a r tt n ' nest week. The vaudeville features are: Three MUlards, a clever comedy musical of-! fering. Finn and- Finn, an excellent Comedy Black 'Face singing specialty and Dunham Edwards Trio—a trio of original comedians. The feature photodrama for the_ last half'of tho week is \The Girl at Homo\\ featuring Jack Pickford and Vivian The two-edged weapons aro found among the earliest specimens of Japa­ nese metal working. Garden and flower seeds. Bingham- tiyi Seed Co., 136 Court street. MR' 46&j HAROLD ALBERT Just newly created to meet growing de­ mands. Mr. Albert will continue as director of the chorus and will have general charge of amusements of var­ ious characters! including all activi­ ties at Ideal Park. ~ The company's summer program, so successful a year ago and constantly widening in -scope call for the appoint ment of a general director. - — 1 A patriotic program has been arrang­ ed for Sunday afternoon's concert at! Community Hall. The color squad from Company H will give a drill and vari­ ous local vocalists will sing-the nation­ al airs of the allied countries with whom America has joined in the pre­ sent world struggle. Fred Hobart of the First Regiment band will sing the \Star Spangled Banner,\ and J. Pryse Lloyd, will also sing the. French and English national hymns. The orchestra numbers will all be patriotic selections and the'instrumental solos, as well as the vocal, will be patriotic in nature. The ball will be profusely decorated, with the Stars and Stripes and the flags of the allied powers? Everything .is being done that>ill serve to make 1 {'this the greatest/'patriotic concept of, 'Tithe season. As' far as possible the 'songs will be rendered by a native of the land they represent. Mr. Lloyd Is —fun Englishman, Mr Barrett Is from Wale»<and Mr. Glorno^ls a native of Italy. It is needless to mention Fred Hobart in this connection. Another feature will be the cornet solo by Ar­ thur Andrews of Battery C, \Columbia the Gem of the Ocean.\ The complete program is as follows \Stars and Stripes,\ orchestra; \Amer­ ica Needs You,\ baritone solo, Frank Rahilly of Battery C; \American Re- !public.\ orchestra; \Columbia the Gem of the Ocean,\ cornet solo, Arthur An­ drews, Marseillaise, J. PryBe Lloyd; Garibaldi's War Hymn, Vincent Giorno; God Save the King, J. Pryse Lloyd; Men of Harlech, Robert W. Bar­ rett; Russian Hymn; \The Mapleleaf; \Star Spangled Banner,\ Fred Hobart and audience, accompanied by orches­ tra. , 161 Washington Street BinghamtonjN Y. IS CQMMANDINGJTHE ATTENTION OF THOUSANDS THIS WEEK— WE DESIRE TO GIVE OOR RECOGNTTlDNTTO^THiSr DEATHS-FUNERALS Labann J. Brown Thu fuumal uf Leuanu X-Diuwu was held^at his home on Exchange street, | Union, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30; o'clock, Round HUlXodge, E3S, F. aniL, The first week of thevJos. W. Pay-1 A. M., attended. In a body and had -i ton Stock Co. was notable for, many • charge of the services. The G. A. R. things, bat the point which must be | also attended. Mr. Brown died at hist. home Monday morning, aged 83. He Is 'survived by his wife and one son, RoyjBrown, of ilorth Carolina. Rev. R. £. Galbreath officiated; burial was in Riverside cemetery. Union. covered most generously is the fact that this organization ha^ given pre­ sentations'at the Armory .all during this 'week which have beflp, of excep­ tionally high standard. •'Not only Is the company good Individually, but every play has its own complete scenic production. They will start their sec­ ond week's engagement wnlcliTs also their last week, withvMonday^Btatlnee, offering the society comedy, \TKe Wo- The MAN with the HOEl is the fellow that will make -a big gap in the high cost of living. We can furnish the hoe—and other implements' that will help you in making a profitable garden. • Garden Rakes -Steel.Spading -Forks - -Steel Garden Hoes Garden Cultivators, 3-prong Garden Cultivators, 5-prong Garden Mattocks Cultivator Hoes . Bolted Wheelbarrows High-grade Floral Sets Garden Weeders . 30c to 80 c . 75c to $1.10 . \60c to 75c . - . \55c 75c » . 65c . 60 c to 75c $2.85 $1.00 to $1.6 5 35c to 65 c CALLAHAN & DOUGLAS Hardware and Sporting Goods *. 57 COURT STREET Mrs. Anna* Becker The funeral .of Mrs. Anna Becker will be held at'her home, No. 6 Mon­ roe street, Endicott, this (Friday) af­ ternoon af -2 o'clock, Rev. Dr. David FinlGy Bonner officiating. Burial will ha JB_ Riverhurst cemetery. She Is survived by her husoand and. several children. She died Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lydla Layton The funeral services for Mrs. Lydla Layton are being held i at Alley's un­ dertaking parlors In Endicott, this af­ ternoon at 1 o'clock. She died at the home of her son, Charles Hulbert, of Vestal, Wednesday morning, aged 79, and is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Lucy Middaugh, of Kattlevllle; two sons, Chas. Hulbert, of Vestal, and Henry Hulbert, of Chenango Forks, and two brothers, Norman Brooks and Allan Brooks, of Berkshire. Burial will be in Glenwood cemetery. Mrs. Barbara Brink The funeral, of Mrs. Barbara Brink was held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Jewett of Campvllle, Wed­ nesday afternoon. Rev. G. E. Van* Woert of the Union Methodist church officiating. Burial was in Riverside cemetery. man He Married.\ This play will be presented, on Monday and Tuesday*] Wednesday and Thursday \The Great Divide\ is scheduled. Friday and Saturday \One Day,\ a dramatization of- the same story by Eleanor Glyn and .which Is- a sequel to \Three Weeks,\ will be offered?-' The matinee prices are Tower floor 2Qc and 30c, balcony 10c. Night prices are - lower floor 50c and 30c, balcony 20c, .gallery 10c. j Seats are new selling. Ph.ong'1822. SPECIAL FEjUTilRE If There Js One Thing Above Another Deserving Attention It Is This—We Will Give Especial Exhibits as Well as Special Prices ATTENTION BABIES! We Will Give FREE! ! $<J .OO A PAIR^of BABIES SHOES WITH a PURCHASE AMOUNTING to From pur Babies or Children's Department Read Carefully. Here Are Besides Some Wonderful Values BABIES' COATS, Cashmere or Bedford Coats at~$1.39 to $4.95—Special values. BABIES' PETTICOATS or Gertrudes, outing flannel, muslin or silk, from 25c to $1.98. BABIES' FLANNEL PINNING BLANKETS, $1.00 each. Bonnets, silk or mull, 25c to, $1.98. BABIES' LONG DRESSES in longcloth, Nainsook or silk, special at 25o to $1.98. \ BABIES' BONNETS, all sizes. Those pretty things, that just tops a baby off. Priced, 25o to $1.98. . BABIES'* BOOTEES, Knitted Sacques. Bootees, 10c to 50c, Sacques, from 25o to $1.50. BABIES' 3TORK PANTS, Dibs, Veils aad^andsrEide^yn-aad pique Carriage-Robes^ BABJESJ SHIRTS, including the \Barkland \Ruben Minneapolis, wool or part wool. BABIES' SHOES—If you don't trade the $3.00 and get a pair free, we have a new stock on sale 50o to 59c. -BABIE8 1 -HOSE, as with tho matter of Ladies' Hosiery the babies are..filtfciLflut jdght. _ I t's the Same **-|7very v Q' _. ._„. n Other Cities JD/Mother O BEARIMTMIND-A PAIR OF BABY 25C SHOES FREE WITH^3,00 IN TRADE luring on; Your A 11 Mothers xVare Welcome B aby Day in inghamton hould be Interested OR A PAIR OF OUR BEST 59c SHOES FREE? WITH $6.00 TRADE TODAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ' :—t TH|RD FLOpR 36-inch Cream Madras, make splendid window »drapes.«\50ur price 20o a yard. Don'fr-go and pay 25c or 30c elsewhere. Hemstitched* Voile Curtains, ecru or white, 2% yard lengths. , Regular $1.00.jvaiue at Stair Carpet, Brussels and Velvet, special i BASEMENT 89c 90c New lot of Mercerized Table -Damask. This Damask known as the non-stanable. Best substituFafor linen known. This lot purchased some months ago, 40o, 60c, 75o yard, About SO' left of those White selfl Bed Spreads—will sel at when this lot is sold. $1.19—no more FIRST FLOOR, . SPE0IALS-FOE-THREE-D3lLY»= TODAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY. . Men's Keep-Kool jiQ\/* Union Suits .'.OOC Men's Lace Embroidery Hose, Black only. Hermsdorf ' < *1 r% Dye at •.. m K* -These Hose actual avlue 25c and 50c. Men's Khaki Suits. *^ r)P Special .«B>0. AD HOSIERY—GLOVES Ladies' and Children's \Cadet\. Hos­ iery, is reinforced with linen and guar­ anteed \WAR SPECIAL\ CADET—25c Guaranteed. -The new Silk Glove with gauntlet wrist, whjte with black A\f ^ C stitching W * • ***J Ladies' Chamoisette Gloves, CO/» special %J\7K* Ladies' gauze Union Suits, ^ Ci/-» .-all sizear-special-at^^-^. ••, • .,< JUUK* Boys' Union Suits at last season's price's\ while they last. * SECOND FLOOR The eold weather has held back to some extent the sale of Ladies'. Outer Garments. It's time they moved out. We haVe had our share. In order to make a little stir extra, we will offer some very Big Coat and Suit Values. Coats (Misses, 6 to 1§ years), every one at reduced prices, $3.48, $4.98, $5.48, #&.9'8, $7.48. Coats (Ladies), $4.48 (> $5.98,* $6.98, $8.48, $8.98, $9.98 to $17.50. Every one of these Coats aro cut prices. Raincoats—Special at §3.00, $4.50 to $7.50. LOOK HERE — 2 Shirt Waist Surprises for Saturday. DRESS GOODS SPECIAL 36*inch Silk Poplin, all shades, also white and . black. Very special NflWW\' 10 ' doz - Dressing Combs, 15c to 25c value, 9c. lwnuiw 500 cakes Toilet Soap, Colgates, at 9o. SPECIAL °J Bandio »- Voile and Georgette Cropo Col- 161 Washington St. BlttGtf AMTON, N. Y. E. W. PARSONS Manager

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