OCR Interpretation


The Bridgeport evening farmer. [volume] (Bridgeport, Conn.) 1866-1917, February 23, 1915, Image 9

Image and text provided by Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84022472/1915-02-23/ed-1/seq-9/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 9

THE PARMER. FEBRUARY 23, 1915
0
Amusements
POLTS
. Manager Poli haa arranged a very
attractive bill at Poll's for the first
three days of the week.1 .Crowded
houses greeted the opening perform-
Mices on yesterday and everybody
seemed highly pleased with the en
tertainment offered. - .
The feature of thevaudevllle' pro
gram Is easily "The v Nine . Kraiy
Kids," a vaudeville offering i of the
"school-days' type, , 'There is a biff
cast of clever , Juvenile entertainers
In ,. the production, and 'they ail can
ring and dance. - . The' comedians are
capable lads who give' promise of be
. lng heard from in the , theatrical
world.- '.' .' ;- ."' -:;', .. .
George Randall . and company draw
many laughs with f very clever far
cical skit called '-"All oh Account - of
Title." The playlet deals? with lie,
matrimonial quests -of two noblemen
and the comedy, situations, are many
. and are well developed. ,.
f r LaBelle and Harry , please mightily
In their nifty skit, in ' which 'the
"stagehand" breaks up a very pretty
girl's act. i The maaher in which
they iron out their troubles Is : most
' entertaining:. : - J - ,
Maxima . Brothers - present ; some
eery clever acrobatic offerings, and
these are immediately Imitated ' by. a
'wonderful little dog "Bobby." : It Is
an interesting act. ':';"
Weston and Leon.' two girls of very
pleasing voice - with - a well-selected
1 song repertoire, and Stone and. Alexis,
In a sensational acrobatic novelty.
complete the bill In a happy manner
seen here 'is the fiye-part feature, "A
. Celebrated Scandal," , introducing Miss
Betty Nanseni the renowned emotion
al actress or -. tne itoyai juenmarK
, theatre. The play 1s a gripping story
. of diplomatic life and holds interest
throughout. , It - is most -adequately
presented. ,!.; -- .? '
PLAZA ; ' :
4 - -ft-''' '
"Mrs. O'Reilly's. Reception la 'the
title of an excruciating farce-.In .the
hands of ' May Wentworth & C(J,i at
the Plaza the firsf half of the week
"and it was responsible for a veritable
riot of , laughter ,. that kept up for
twentjj minutes at yesterday's per
formances.- :Mrs. O'Reilly, who has
. lately "fallen heir to a. fortune, at
tempts to. break' into -society under
the tutelage of her son and daughter,
and her i total ignorance of the rules
of society, in the arrangement of red
emptions gets her i into . deep water
- wherever she turns. mere are' thir
teen people in th act, mostly girls
In handsome , gowns and the: -song
numbers brought them rounds, of ap
, clause. - ; 1.'..
Kevins & Gordon gave a very good
account of themselves in singing,; talk
f ing: arvi dancing '.skit and v they : put
tbeir 4 offering over so neatly ana
quickly that the "audience Insisted up
on more. -.- ' .
; The ' Sunbeam - a beautiful - sing
ing extravaganza, put over by En
Invite rim iiro w wfuijHw v-
proved ,oae, of ., the most entertaining
numbers on. the program. $ .J?"'-, itm
mett , is- possessed. of a rare tenor
voice 'which . he -displayed -.to adyan-
tage in" a well ; selected repertoire of
' old-time' hits and his : yodeling ' num-
bers were a treat.- - yields & Brown
took their share of the good wishes
of the. spectator In a Cleverly execut
ed' sinking, talking and - dancing od
dity. Edgar Berger went through a
contortion act that held interest at a
high . pitch- right through to his exit
Uows. f- Edga is ai-wonder and many
. of -His ettmts bronght -murmurs of astonishment-
from - hisr . auditors. . t
. -. "The Double Deception.? "The Still
on Sunset Mountain'' in two reels and
"Ye Olden Grafter,", a Keystone com
posed the "Movie" program.
EASTON
"Mrs. Edward A- Hawkins will en
tertain the Dorcas society of the Bap
tist . churehi -Tuesday -afternoon, t ,-
r The' 4 young irnen of Sport Hill will
give a minstrel ' show "Wednesday ev
ening. 3 '" After the, entertainment, re
freshments were served in the Sport
Hill haH. ' ...
i. ;The regular meeting- of Easton
grange will be held Tuesday evening,
Mr. and". Mrs. -. Charles S. Bveret!f
will open their home to the commun
ity meeting which , the Baptist church
y will hold 'Friday evening. k
.-' t ' Mrs. Frank Edwards ' has returned
'to her" home after "a- visit with her
' sister, Mrs. Charles Gray of Bronson
avenue,- Greenfield VH5IL ? A; --.
Miss Slatalie Marsh of -, Sport
. Hill has- rTeturned, to v her home ..after
a visit with her grandparents; Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Candee.
DEERFJELD & : GKEENFIELEf
Preliminary arrangements are -underway
for the annual Farmers' In
stitute next month at . the Greenfield
Country lib. - H ...
Mrs. Dwight Brinks is spending sev
eral days in 'Bridgeport, where she
was called y the illness of her fath
er. v - - ',-... "..
The son of . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
I'ovalis is ill with pneumonia.' -
Harold Gifford has resigned ' his- po
' sition ' in the Bridgeport t Pharmacy.
Miss Olive Hull, recently spent a
few days' with Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Gray on' Bronson avenue.
Mrs. t E-- B. Sherwood has returned
1 front a several days', visit with Mrs.
John Bailey of Center street, Bridge
jjort. t "'".'''
The Ladles TJnion of the Green
field Congregational: church held a
meeting for sewing, -on Wednesday' in
the church parlors. - -A , dinner was
served - at noon by Miss M. Louise
Meeker and Miss Fannie. Conklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Gray are en
tertaining their sister Mrs.. W. - Ed
fta.rds of Bridgeport.
jTie regular meeting of. the Green
Held grange was well: attended. The
program was Interesting and instruc
tive. . It follows: Song by the grange;
recitation, Miss Elva Banks; reading,
M iss Mabel - Jennings; talk on spray
ing, Howard; Wakeman; grapho
phone selections, Merwin Lobdell. '
Miss "Viola McDonald was given a
very pleasant surprise ; party by
friends a " few evenings r ago at her
home- During the evening games
and dancing were enjoyed. The host
ess served - refreshments.
-The: United -Fruit steamship Santa
Jlarta, which lost her rudder In a
lieavy blow off Hatter&s on Friday
morning, reported by wireless than she
was proceeding for this port in toyr- of
"the Merrttt-Chapman steamer Rescue.
Ltt Us Refill Your Fern Dish
JCIIN RECIC & SON
HOLIDAY VISITORS
DELIGHTED WITH
LYRIC OFFERING
Galburn Prayers " In ; A .Wo
man's Way? Are at Their
. , Best Sherman Resting. ' ,
Because .ot Jhe holiday, a matinee
performance was' given yesterday at
the Lyric theatre. , and . two record
houses resulted at the first perform
ances of "A Woman's Way." .i As the
applause of their large audiences at
tested. The Calburn Stock players
were at their , best la this brisrht and
refreshing oornedy.
i Lowell Sherman, Is , not in the cast
this week, but; is -V'enjoylag a much
needed ; rest," . according ; to Manager
Callahan. The leading, masculine part
has naturally "fallen to Edward Dar-
noy who takes Jt; up with ;the sincer
ity and earnestness which has made
this young man - so popular to local
audiences. '. ; . 4 .
Miss Suzanne - Jackson was never
more delightful than as Marion Stan
ton. She Is bright and clever and
charmingly ' womanly-and fits herself
iiito the part well. -A:
We didn.'t" like ' Miss Violet Barney
nearly 'so well : as previous weeks
which. was of course due to the part
as nothing adverse could be said of
her really clever portrayal of it. -'.. '
; As ; for Bernard Thornton, who ! Is
Harry Lynch, a ".newspaper man, t.we
must admit, that we - have never yejt
seen one of . the profession adorned
with a twin daisy boutonnlere while
Out on a "big story." However he
didn't come madly dashing In -with
paper and pencil ' wildly -displayed
which was one conolsatlon. , j. -:.
We were glad to see Miss Helen
Blair, .who has appeared two or three
times ibefore 'in minor; Mparts, In wl.
larger one a Mrs. ; Stanton. .
Francis Byrne, who is the New York
manager .of the Calburn company. Is
especially good- as Oliver Whitney.
; ( Other; members of the cast who lend
able usport i to the principals this
week are Miss Emma ' DeWeale: as
Mrs.': Livingston, Miss - Beverly West
as Mrs. .Bobby Livingston,', Fred Ro
land as Bobby Livingston; Thomas
Swem, ' "the director of the play, as
"Edward ' Rowland Morris; John T.
Dwyer, as General Livingston, and
Frank Melrose as Wilson. ' , f! V
The "play , is a) clever one cleverly,
given and promises to draw big hous
es for-, the - remainder of the week.
. "Baby, Mine;" Margaret Mayd's de
lightful comedy is to come next week
and with It s the long heralded baby
show on matinees, at which -some BOO
splendid 4 prtzes- ; including .everything
from a handsome piano to a doll, will
be . distributed ' to the fattest , babies.
the smallest: babies, the finest twin ba
bies,' the most strenuous babies, the
most beautiful babies and to the girls
under seven " years having the pret
tiest white dreeses. , , ;
' EMILY EMMET.
COMMERCE CHAMBER
HEAD IS BOOSTING
FOR FOREIGN TRADE
, Washington, Fe'b. 2 2 John H. IV
hey, president of . the ehairber of
commerce ' of the United States,
whose 619; members have Just , ended
a convention here, . which was ad
dressed toy President Wilson and 'oth
er men of national repute, is heading
a campaign to boost America's for
eign trade. Following the conven
tion he is directing committees in ari
ranging meetings, ' etc, to push Amer
ica's interests. ' Mr. Fahey was born
In Manchester, N. H., forty-two. years
ago. ' . He is now president - of the
Boston - Traveler company and of the
State Publishing .company. Ah' au
thority, on trade . conditions, he was
chairman of the delegation of Ameri
can chambers of commerce which
toured Europe ' In 1 9 1 1. - and one of
the principal organizers of the cham
ber of commerce of the United States.
) )-: The. Higher Education.1
. . Teacher A.. monologue Is, a converse
tlon In which one takes part, a dla
logae one In which two take part. Anj
other word ending in "logue?" Johnnj
-Ma'm, Is a catalogue one in whid
cats take part? Exchange.
How 8he Did It.
she refused yon : ;
TPhafs the impression I recelred
"Didn't she actually say no?" -'
-No, she didn't. All she said was
Jast 'Ha, ha, hal "Cleveland Plain
Dealer. , .
The Oifferenea.
"My husband says he's going to hav
a ; corking good time at bis club to
night." - " .
"I'm afraid mine Is going to have
an uncorking time at his." Baltimore
American.
-Perhaps He Would. "
. "I led my class In Greek three suc
cessive' years."
-That's fine. But wouldn't you much
rather have carried the ball sixty-five
yards for a touchdown just once?"
Exchange.
Let Us Refill Your Fern Dish
JOIIN RECK & SON
V-vk - ,
f A i
--and lite Worst
' ,
: ... ; r (; - ,
.i . .- .1 ;
..' . .:.! : ' ' " :
i . .-(.: ... :
Not Mercenary.
"I can't say that nay son Is mer
cenary." - j
. "Nor - -: -
;!; he doesn't seem to love money
well enough : to work for it" Pitts
burgh Post. ' '
On the Mend.
; Bronson -1 noticed your, wife sitting
by the window sewing this morning.
I thought you told me yesterday she
was fa. Woodson So she Tras, bTrf to
day she's on the mend. Brooklyn'
Eagle. -'...'- ,
. -- , Touching.
Jack That young Simperly seems
finch a fragile fello-w I should hesitate
to touch him for feax he would break.
Sam He - would o't hesitate about
touching yoa if, he -was broke. London
Telegraph. J. ; 1 . ,
v ' Very "Careless. . : v
TDony Mrs. 1 Bronson has divorced
her husband on account of his failure
to understand the needs of family life
Polly How soT IoUy He used to'g
out after coffee and come home witt
milk. Town Topics. ,
Her Notion of His Job! .
-"Are yon the exchange editor?" ,
"Tes, ma'am. '.
"Well, I have three cut glass dishes
X "won as card prizes that I'd like to ex
change for .something.'' Detroit Free
Press. ' v - - ' : ,
- Wise Willie.
' Teacher Willie, why don't you keep
your hair combed? 'Willie 'Cause I
ain't got no comb. - Teacher Why don't
you ask your mother to buy one? Wil
lie "Cause then I'd have to keep my
hair combed. Dallas News.
Let Us Refill Your Fern Dish
JOHN RECK. & SON
NOTICE
De Acceptance of Ford Place as a
- . ; City. Street' ' ' .:'--
In compliance with the votes taken
at the meeting of the Common Coun
cil, of the City,, of Bridgeport, held
Feb. ;15, 1915, . the following resolu
tion was adopted: .
Resolved, .That the City! Clerk be
and hereby 'is directed to notjfy; the
parties in interest to appear before
this Common Council ' at the Council
Chamber, City Hall, City of Bridge
port, on Monday, the first day of
March, A. D., 19.15, at eight o'clock
In the evening,' and be heard .in re
lation to . the acceptance of Ford
place as a city street. '
. Attest:
J. ALEX. EC. ROBINSON,
a ' - 'City Clerk.'
NOTICE
De Change of Grade on the Southeast
Corner of Elm and Harrison, Sts.,
-Raising the Same Six Inches. .
'in compliance with the votes taken
at :he meeting of the Common Coun
cil of the City of Bridgeport held
February 15, 1915, the following re
port of the Board 4 of Appraisal of
Benefits '.and Damages was' adopted
relative to the change of grade on
the southeast corner . of Elm and
Harrison streets, to' wit: --"';-
" We did estimate and - appraise -to
the following persons the several
sums set opposite their respective
names, as the amount of damages
by them received and sustained re
spectively, over and above the spe
cial benefits by them respectively re
ceived therefrom, to wit: -Erwin
M. Jennings, Edward
A. Jennings and Henry A. --Jennings
$4,000.00
Mary Miller, Henry I. Miller, ..
Albert W. Miller and Fred
, crick I. Miller ........ $ - 300.00
And did estimate and appraise . to
the following persons .; the . several
sums set opposite .v-their - respective
names as the amount of benefits re
ceived respectively-, by said persons
over and ,above any damages by them
respectively sustained therefrom, to
wit: . . : . -"
The City of Bridgeport . , $4,300.00
And we did also estimate, ascer
tain and determine that the following
persons will receive an equal amount
of damages and benefits in the prem
ises, namely: , --
Mary Hayes, Annie Parrott, Thom
as Morrissey, George W- Hills, Thom
as F. Martin, Matthew H. McMahon,
William A. Buckley, Elizabeth McEl
roy, Henry Bishop, Universalist
Church society, George W. Jackson.
. Adopted, February 15, 1915.
Approved, February 17, 1915.
Attest
J. ALEX. H. ROBINSON, .
a City Clerk.
Is Yet to Come
NOTICE :.
De Payment of -Taxes on the List of
1913 in the First District Only.
Property: owners in the First Dis
trict only, who have not paid taxes
on the list of 1918, are hereby noti
fied that at the meeting of "the Com
mon Council of the City of Bridge
port, held February 1.5, 1915, the fol
lowing preamble and resolutions were
unanimously adopted, to wit: ,
-Whereas, the tax rate for the City
of Bridgeport upon ithe list of 1913
was fixed at 19.2 inills; and . ,
i Whereas, It is necessary in order
to fulfill the requirements of the
charter as interpreted by the Su
preme Court to ascertain how much
of this total tax is, properly charge
able', against property in the First
District outside of the Second - Dis
trict; and, -. ,' ' .
Whereas, an examination of the ap
propriations made by the ; Board of
Apportionment and Taxation for the
fiscal "year 1914-1915 . disclosed that
the. amount of tax for such - purposes
chargeable against the "First District
only'" taxpayers should ' not be less
than 10.2 mills. ' '
Therefore,. Resolved, That the Tax
Collector be and he - hereby- is au
thorized to accept from all property
owners vtaxabla in the First District
outside the limits of the Second Dis
trict; in fun settlement and discharge
of the tax levied against, such prop
erty on the list of 1913, a sum equal
to 10.2 mills on every dollar of val
uation of such property as assessed
Provided, that such ; payments be
made on or " before the thirty-first
day of March, 1915; and
Further Provided, that t interest as
provided by law shall be chargeable)
upon taxes paid after the Slst day of
March, 1915. , -
t Adopted, February 15, 1915.
Approved, February 17, 1915.
. Attest:-' - '
J. ALEX.' H. ROBINSON,
a , . -' City Clerk.
NOTICE
An Ordinance Amending the Ordi
nance Creating the Board of Con
: tract and Supply. I '
In compliance with the votes taken
at the meeting of the Common Coun
cil of the City of Bridgeport, held
Feb. 16. 1915, the following amend
ment to the Ordinance entitled "An
Ordinance Creating the Board of
Contract and Supply" was unanl
mously adopted, to wit:
Be It Ordained by the Common Coun-
. cil of the City of Bridgeport:
Section 1 of an Ordinance entitled
"An Ordinance Creating the Board of
.Contract and. Supply" approved Jan.
16th, 1912, is hereby amended to
read as follows: ' -
Section 1. In Februaryi 1912, the
Mayor shall appoint three members
of the . Board of Apportionment and
Taxation, of , said City, who shall
thereupon become and be a Board of
Contract and r Supply; one of said
members shall he appointed to serve
until January 1st, 1913; one 'until
January. 1st, 1914; and one until Jan
uary 1st,: 1915; and during the first
week in January, 1913, and annually
thereafter, iii said week the Mayor
shall appoint a member of said Board
of Contract, and Supply, from the
members of said 'Board of Appor
tionment and - Taxation to serve for
three years from the first day of
January on which the term of his
predecessor expired. - Each appointee
on said Board of Contract and Sup
ply (beginning with the appointment
to be made in January, 1913.) shall
be from that class of said Board of
Apportionment and Taxation whose
term thereof -expires contemporan
eously with the expiration of his said
appointment on the Board of Con
tract and Supply. Any vacancy m
said Board of Contract and Supply
shall be filled for the unexpired term
in the same manner as an original
appointment is made. . Any member
of said Board of Contract and Sup
ply, irrespective of the term for
which he was appointed, who ceases
to be a member of the Board of Ap
portionment and ; Taxation, shall
thereupon, ipso facto cease to be a
member of said. Board of Contract
and Supply. The members of said
Board and the clerk thereof shall be
sworn to a faithful discharge of their
duties, and the clerk thereof shall
give a bond with surety to the accep
tance of the Common Council in the
sum of Five Thousand Dollars for the
faithful discharge of his duties; the
premium for said bond, however,
shall be paid by the city. , The mem
bers of said Board shall serve with
out pay. . .
..Unanimously adopted, Feb. 15,
1915. '
Approyed, February, 17 1915.
Attest :
J. ALEX. H. ROBINSON,
a City Clerk.
One .hundred and sixty-four mil
lions for pensions this year was rec
ommended ty the Senate Pensions
Committee.
AMUSEMENTS
BRIDGEPORT' S
MOST POPTJLAR PLAYHOUSE
Monday; Tuesday, Wednesday
5 EOMICAI. KOPS 5
A General Mixnp of Melody, Mirth
and Dance. You'll Laugh
Till You're Sore.
Something Happening Every
Minute!
FITZGERALD & ASHTON
Vaudeville's Cleverest Comedy
Singing and Talking Offering
EUGENE EMMETT & CO.
Presenting "The Sunbeam," ; a
Beautiful Singing ExtMva-'
FTEIJDS & BROWN
A Real Comedy Offering with a
Little Song for a Chaser
EDGAR BERGER ' "
The Boy Contortionist. "A Bub-her-Jolnted"
Wonder
"Te OLD GRAFTER"
And "A Glance at the San Diego
Exposition." r
A Keystone Comedy TonH Ap-
" predate. - '
. "THE STILL ON SUNSET
MOUNTAIN"
3 Reel Dramatic Story
"THE DOUBLE DECEPTION"
; Another Thriller. . .
EINTRACHT
SICE: BENEFIT SOCIETY
FIFTEENTH
ANNUAL BALL
at Casino, State Street -WEDNESDAY,
FEB. 24TH
- , - - : B22 b
qtjuty's school of BAsonra
-Colonial Ball Room
Classes for Advanced Pupils in Hesita-'
uon, one Step, Fox Trot
THURSDAY & FRIDAY EVENINGS
IiKtest Advanced Step9 and ' Flgnres
'. Taught
THURSDAY EVENINGS, S5e .
FRIDAY EVENINGS, PRIVATE, 50c
PATENTS
A. M. WOOSTER, Attornev-at-Loiw
Late Examiner U. H. Patent OfBee
1115 MAIN ST., SECURITY BLDCL,
BRIDGEPORT, CONN, s
Send ' Postal for Booklet on Patents.
DO I YOU KNOW ABOUT
OUR TOWEL SERVICE ?
It consists of a cab
inet, soap, brush ,
' and comb placed in
; your store, shop or
. office and
CLEAN1 TOWELS
delivered to you on
;:reeriain';,days. . .En.-'
roll your name for
our clean towel ser
vice today. YouTI
like it.
CRAWFORD LAUNDRY
COMPANY
Fairfield At, & Courtland St.
PHONE 4320
Engraved
VALENTINE CARDS
r"7 :f -,;T::-,-'" ' AT A A' v
SOUTHWORTH'S
10 ARCADE
NOTICE
An Amendment to an Ordinance Rel
atrve to the Health Department.
In compliance with the votes taken
at the meeting- of the Common Coun
cil of the City of Bridgreport, held
Feb. 16, 1915, the following reso
lution and ordinance was unanimous
ly adopted: -;
Resolved, 'That the action of this
Common Council on January 4, 1915,
In passing- an amendment to the ordi
nance ' entitled "An Ordinance Rela
tive to the Health Department," be
and : hereby is rescinded; and be it
further '
- Resolved, That , the following
amendment to an ordinance relative
to the ' Health Department be and
hereby is adopted: .
Be It Ordained by the Common
Council of the City of Bridgeport:
v That paragraph three of an ordi
nance entittled "An Ordinance Rel-i
ative to the Health Department" be
amended, so that said paragraph shall
read as follows:
"Trie salary paid to , such sanitary
inspector shall be $1,350 t per year,
payable in equal semi-monthly-payments."
Adopted, February 15, 1915'.
Approved, February. 17, 1915.
Attest: -
. J. ALEX EL, ROBINSON,
: a r " ".'":," A- . ,' City Clerk.
NOTICE
De Establishment of Grades on Cliff
Street and on Chase Street.
In compliance with the votes taken
at the' meeting of tha Common Ccfun-
cil of the City of . Bridgeport, held
Feb. 15, 1915, the following resolu
tion was adopted: ' 1
Resolved, That the City Clerk be
and hereby is directed to notify the
parties in interest to appear before
this Common Council, at the Coun
cil Chamber, City Hall, City of
Bridgeport, on Monday, the first-day
of March, A. D., 1915, at eight o'clock
in the evening, and be heard in rela
tion to the establishment of grades
on Cliff street, entire length, and on
Chase street, entire length.
Attest:
J. ALEX. II. ROBINSON,
a City Clerk.
Wants, To Rent, For Sale,
&c, l cent a word in Farmer
Want Column.
AMUSEMENTS
WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
WERE YOU ONE OF THE
13,7416 PEKFECfK
PIJEASEDPATOPRE
WHO JAMMED INTO
POLTS MONDAY?
HERE'S WHAT PLEASED 'ELll
-
Li)
L
nn n nn
UJ LrJ UJ
. IN THE H1X hi
'A CELEBRATED
SCANDAL" '
A STORY OF THE EVILSOF
, IDLE GOSSIP
d a e
jduUL-AZb li
""7 n
ONE BIG,
GEO. RANDALL & CO.
STOirE & ALEXIS
MAXLIIE BROS. & B OBBY
LA BELLE & HARRY
WESTON & LEON
OTHER PHOTO-PLAYS
-TELEPHONE 4615.
I WEEK OF FEB. 22.
', FASIHON FOREMOST FAVORITES ,
I THE CALBURN STOCK CO:
' Presents Grace George's Great Success .
. "A WOMAN'S WAY"
Week of March 1st The Funniest' Play Ever Written "Baby ." Mine."
"WEEK OF MARCH 1ST $ 1,000 Worth of Beautiful Gifts to lis ,
. - : -:- Presentsed to the Babies
. USUAL POPULAR PRICES '
Matinees 10c, 20, SOo, Evenings,, i . . . .10c, 20c, 30c, 50c 1
Mothers Week and Carnival of
r i
Keerieyfs Empire Theatre
) CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE: 1:15 TO 11 P. M.
ADMISSION
THE HOME OF PARAMO UN 'i' FKAT tJ t Jbics . .
PARAMOUNT FEATURE LASKY COMP5" t
TODAY- -
JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS
5 Acts BLANCHE SWEET IN 5 Acts
"THE WARRENS OF VIRGINIA"
TOMORROW
- "THE MASTER KEY," IN TWO PARTS
"THE-INN-OF-THE-WINGED-GODS"
IN TWO ACTS WARREN KERRIGAN IN TWO ACTS
A number of other nierhlv entertaining subjects will also be oTiorvm
mQ
Don't Be Blue the'
e Big Acts at the
HOTEL ATLAS .
Grill Every Evening
Would Make the Sphinx
Cheerful
SPECIAL
FOR ONE WEEK
FRISBIE'S RAISIN
PIES
Kelly's Cigar Store
141 FAIRFIELD AVE.
Ti, hest ci&rars made In imnorted
and domestic brands. Complete line
of smoker's supplies. .-
JAMES H. KELLY
ADVERTISE IN THE FARMER.
U U .U
q
I?
nn
PART FEATURE
LONG LAUGH
BRIDGKPOKT'S
BROADWAY '
" PLAYHOUSE
MATINEE& DAILY
the Babe Entry Free Week of
.Children,
5c : Adults. 1 0c
1 7lui5:th3.Ans3xi
a
VEBSTEKtSS
TBE BEH5aaS r.TSSTES
Every day in your talk and rending, t
borne, on the street car, la the office, shop
and school you likely oneBtion the mean
ing of some mb word. A friend aaks:
What makes mortar harden?" Von seek
the location of Loch Katrine or the pronun
ciation of JtiJtttBtu What is atAite eal?
This New Creation answers all kinds of
Questions ta Lanr aire. History, Biography,
Fiction, Foreign Words, Trades, Arts ami
Sciences, wttn UuUtuttnoritg, .v
cSOOOOO Words. - f
COOO IHaaCrartioBst, - - J
Cost $400,000. f
S700Paars.
The only dlctionary-wlth j, '
the mw divided inure, char.
actor iied as "AStsoke ml V.
g India Paper Csnknr '
a On thin, opsone, straw. J
g India paper. What a satu-
5 faction to own the Mvrriam
S Webster in a form so light f v
H and so conTenient to nse If
M One half the thickDess and
3 weight of Regular Rditiun.
i Resnha-Editloiis i--. '
a On strong book paper. Wt. Hi!
M lbs. Size liyxvix f
g 6 inches. t .' .. . i,
Wl WrltatarnMstsisnsaMa.
n
i
ataation this
6.SC
g Epr&agfleSd, MasaTv
Farmer Want Ads. 1c vi
Word. ' '
s and rtov.
g CESaasa
r sum. -
i

xml | txt