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THE DARRE DAILY TIMES, UAKK'E, VT., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920.
Drawn from actual photograph taken March 10th, 1920, in Carnegie Hall, Piew York. ' ' phonograph. One of her ong record- Ev?s H ' ings was put on the instrument, and they, pgs Hear the phonograph that baffled James Montgomery Flagg Gome in and test its marvelous realism for yourself An audience of a8oo New Yorkers completely baffled! An Official Laboratory Model did it actually rivalled Anna Case, one of the world's most brilliarft sopranos, in a startling test at Carnegie Hall, on March ioth, 192a. In our store, you can hear an instrument exactly like this famous Official Laboratory Model. You can test it for yourself and see what a truly perfect realism it attains. . We have equipped ourselves to give1 Mr. Edison's unique Realism Test g&'NEW' EDISON "The Phonograph with a Soul1 The instrument used on March ioth, 1920, in Carnegie Hall, New York, was an exact duplicate of the original Official Laboratory Model on wWch Mr. Edison spent three million dollars in research work. We, too, have an exact duplicate of this three million dollar original. We guarantee that it is capable of sus taining precisely the same test made on March ioth, in Carnegie Hall, New York City. This guarantee will be given in writing, if you wish. Our Budget Plan putt this guaranteed Ojfiuat Lattratary Mtdel within yiur reach. It's a thrift tray f buying, Ak about it when you (t t' hear the Reaiim Tut. Drown's Drug Store 48 No. Main St., Barre. Vt. Miss Case draped her beautiful self against the phonograph. One of her song record ings wss put on the instrument, and they. Miss Case and the phonograph, aang gether. Then she stopped, and her other self continued. Then together again. "I looked aw ay and then back again, and it puzzled me to determine which was at the ba. The Pianist "Then the tallest pianist in the civilized world played a charming thing, accompa nied by himself via the phonograph, lift ing his fingers away from the keys now and again. I could jet him stop playing, but I couldn't hear him stop. The Dark Scene "Then the big stun; of the recitai. " Miss Cue began singing with the phono graph. At a certain stanza the house waa suddenly darkened. , The song went on. I was shooting my ears out like periscopes to detect the second when she would stop. I was sure I got it. Then she seemed to be back again. The flood of lights came on, but no Anna! Only the phono graph singing away. It was quite wonderful, antl the audience applauded and jaughed. Two girls behind me said "Googracious'," Read what the New York papers say; "The twin-ship between Miss Case's sing ing, and the reproduction thereof, proved so close as to be often indistinguishable." New York Giobe. "When the lights were lowered, it was impossible to teli when it was' Anna Case, and when it was only her voice that was singing." New York Evening Sun. "The voice in the fluffy pink flraperiea and the voice in the mahogany box seemed one andtheiame." New York Evening Ma?- SOLDIER MEMORIAL AT !ORTH F. IKS 7 OA a short address by Rev. Kemelo, of Wailsfield. who spoke in hi usual pleasing vav. The exorcise were ! then concluded by the singing of "The M!m. TT.it. Wit. Fiftincr r.r.mnn w i H t W l Hvilin (if tllO Kt'lUlbli I k nun niMkii until nftpr ' n dork nurt on Monday, May 31 Splendid Program Was Given. On Monday, a regular old home day I tHken with visiting and partaking of tlie boimt i till dinner nerved in the srhoolhoune hy the North Kayston la dies. A menu of linked beans, browu celebration oeciirred at the North . ,read. salad, roll, ujcklea. douirh- Fayston schoolhuusr, when the resi-( ,IU . pi,,. an,i ,lTee wan served to dents of the town, friends and old j about -100 people, and. judging from the neighbor, nearly S00 of them, galli- j expressions of al isfaction heard on all eied to renew old acquaintances and to sides, no one went away hungry, witness the dedication of memorial a little after two the" people atone, which has been recently placed , gathered again in front of the out door Mi the entrance of the cemetery in j platform to listen to the afternoon ex honor of the "boys of 'til. fSpaninh war j ercises, which were opened bv a sclec a nd World war boys, who enlisted from J t;1)n l,y (he band and then followed 'avtn. This stone is a large slabipraver bv Rev. Haseltine of Waits- home, carrying with them the memory I Our surgeons u. of a pleasant day, long to be remcm-1 in those days, bi !J the best they knew but their method to bcrod. day would he called very crude and in- The following is a copy of the mcs- elliciejit. War is a terrible thing, but sage sent oy airs, lxiiira tingnam Boyce and rend by Miss .loalyn: Reminiscence of An Octogenarian. How has sped the time' Wheni e have flrd the years? the yean pregnant witl great events, so vital in the development of our beloved country and the vortd ? In looking back in memory, the events of more than h:ilf a century ago seem but recent occur ences. How vividly I recall the shock that came to eveiv loyal heart when the news spread like wildfire through every town and hamlet, "Xnniter has fallen!" It was a shock because the north had never fully believed that the threats and bluster of the south, and the acute friction between the states ol our native ermont granite and has rieUl. There were recitations bv the iion it the names of H- "boys," who school children of the North, t enter and i-,kliiriter(l frurn fuvhIoii to "lit, t heir 1 w...,tl L'.ct..n ...h...!.. I ;nM,ln'. I bit." ' (Jettvshurs" address, well delivered bv r6",Uy , mn.V ,,ion "rf"rT' At in n'.i.L !.. .,)i,l ..tiiMren I Ai..,;".i j.i.i. . .. j,;n and when the fact was forced on their .. V..-. k l " "Hi 'iiiiif iipnmn, iihiiiimiiv ret pxritomrnt prfvjiilcd. 1 hp north Iicarmg wreaths of evergreen, memlwrs bv the primary children of the North of the (i. A. It., Sons of derails and Kavston schKl. w hi iravsion acnoni. wnnn reneciert ureal the khaki-clad boya marched from the.i-te'dit on Inrth teacher and pupils. The achnolhriif to the cemtery and dec-1 viK'al solos were much enjoyed and Mated the graves of the soldier. were rendered bv both .Mr. and Mrs. At II o'clock the people gathered tJordon Foi v. Miss Dorothy Wrilv and of doors in front of a large plat- M,. ,r. I. Jtovce and a very pleasing I'lim, erected lor tne rncasion, 10 lis it n to the dedicatory exercises. Seat ed on the platform were members of the A. R. and the American legion. As the Waitftield band struck into the Ojieninn measures of the "Star Sjiangled Hanner." the "bova'v sprang to their feet and stood at attention dt!ett was sung by Miss Alice M. Henry and Mrs. l-vi Nelson. The lat number of the nmsUal program was given by the Kingsbury quartet and was re ceived with its UMial Imid applause. Then i-ame the address of the day by the Hon. Frank I'lumley of N'orthtield. who succeeded in renewing in us all while the anthem was played, and! wonderful feeling of pride and grati Mermen tiranoncid nrew tne loiiis 01 Old Olory" from off the face .of the monument. After this impressive cere mony M'.sa Evelyn .lolyn read ap propriate message from Mrs. Iiura Hrigham Hovee. This waa followed by tude for the "boVs." who had otTered "their all'' for their country. The exercises then closed by the sininir if "America bv evervone. and the eople began leaving for their Tea and Coffee Hurt Many People If tea or coffee disagrees wiiK you.xnake a ten clays .trial of iHSIMlPOSTUM More healthful than tea or coffee. Costs less , and Its flavor pleases. Sold by Grocers Everywhere! was totally unprepared for hostilities. other than the battle of words of which we were all too familiar. Our small standing army was com posed latgely of the southern bom, the oflicera almost wholly so. When Lincoln' called" for i.VCHKl troops for three months' service, it seeuied to Us. like a large army and many confidently predicted, "the rebel lion mill be put down in .HI days." So little did all the north, government included, comprehend the conditions we lafd. But we learned our dearly taught lesson in the four years that followed when call after call came for volunteer a or armies were deci mated by battle and disease. I wonder if there are white-haired veteran here who were member of to B, of t he o'd 13th, the company that wa largely recruited from this and the surrounding towns and who later had their drilling ground in Mvi 1on. where their instructor patiently, j and may I not say painfully, tried to I 1111 a II some military tactii-. into the ; awkward squad. I can vividiy recall i how the company bwked in marching J order with I 'ne'e Te'l Stoddard fifing (away for dear lfc. and I could never (after hear the tunes he played so ron tatly wtrhoiit a viioti of mir man h in; hs.ys with t aptain On-a Wilde j leading n straight and proud that In ; almot looked tail, although he wa 'rather m'l rf a'Mnle. end the noll,- firm .t l.tculenant .lne, who I.H.ko.l' .every inch man. Little we tSotight 'that he w t 1 the firt to .,f It. F. a?d I tk'tik first of the ::t" I regimenJ. i'y a few nk alter hf mii-tered tn at Hrat tl b.,i,i. I r. ( BinnWr the rl'N,m that his fs'e j ,-T th" hirt ?f siir. an I mlHcr M'l trrmlnT. of ( v H. fesnng an.' ; tfftftiirf, Im oir n hvi t.r'- ,.i;l 1 the t.ett viiiti i We ha. Tif 4c-tiid P'j I i ji. : thrv.e ciavs toit w wi.i u --d 1. nwt and fr the nr ..f i".. woimdr-H in ! -r hrt'-. a pr-,--' ikiw w h. "' y frt.oete and pr.rtt'-iin-v hjaa.:a.i . tliere conies a time in the hiatorv ol nearly all nations when they must choose between cowardly dishonor and warfare. Our. (ivil war had to be fought; in no other way could the great wrong and injustice of slavery have been overcome, ami in jio other way could the union have M-rn pre served. Only through the pain and agony of broken hearts and lives are great reforms generally established. By cannon and sword and blood out poured. From the loyal hearts of a million men ' Was our wrong made right and free dom' might 1'rochiimcd from mountain top and glen. For many years we have lieen ac customed to meet together in, the springtime to honor the memory of our brave soldiers, who fought for liberty and union. To them posterity owe a debt they can never repay. This year brings a fresh interest to our ceremonie in that there are addej names to our heroes, those bright,! Voung lads, who went over the seas I to tight in the conflict against the! blond thirsty lust of conquest and in- i humanity, such as the civili.-d world has never seen. j Many of our brave hoys made the; supreme sacrifice and are resting to-i day under the poppie with the white I crosses at their heads. j Ours is the aaered duty to keep fresh their memory with those of their I veteran comrade, who fought for aj great principle more than half a cen- tury ago. To-day we dedicated a moim- j ment that shall hear their names down I to future generations, when v-e too, shall have joined the great majority.' May we ever prove loyal to the rlaT for which they fought and for which' so many of tlnm died to preserv . ; Ijuri Bri::h,ii.i Ibivcc. Just say ilFOS if you wanr the genuine -in bottles for the home at soda fountains and on draught- BURN HOUSES JO END PLAGUE Buildings on the Vera Cruz Municipal Dock and Oth er Structures Destroyed GERMANS TAKE POLITICS HARD One Party Threatens Its Opponents With Revolvers FOUk NEW CASES DIS- COVERED TO-DAY Mexican Officials Hope for Speedy Arrival of Sup plies from New Orleans Vera C'riu;, June 4. l'"our new cases of bubonic plague were discovered here to-day. Three of the victims were sol diers and tha fourth was an aged laundress. One-of the plague patienta who was taken to the hospital a few days ago, died to-day. Two other?"are reported to be recovering. Buildings on the municipul dock Bnd neveral nt nurtures nearby were burned to-day by the authorities in an effort to eliminate possible centers of infec tion there. Officials express the hope that supplies to facilitate the fight ugainst the plague, which were offered by the Tiiited States government early thin week, will arrive aoon from New Orleans. MEETINGS BROKEN UP, CANDIDATES BEATEN MIDDLESEX Francis O'Connell has moved his fam ily from Boston into the lumber com pany's house, formerly occupied by Oclos Buck. Mr. and Mr. Waldo .Miles of Bur lington were over-Sunday visitors at George Mile.' Mr. and Mrs. A. I'. Bigelow spent Stitiyday in Burlington. Miss Blakely. who spent the past two weeks at .fames McN'eiluge'a, has returned home. Mrs. Wiley, who has been visiting Mrs. Gregory, received a telegram that her husband wa injured in an auto mobile accident in California and left on Wednesday for that place. MUs Helen Sargent of Montpelior is a guest of Miss Calista New hall. Mr. Lang of Burlington will speak at the M. K. church next Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Xeedham of Burliugtou were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. X. Slockvvcll. Independent Socialists Say They Will Seize Power by Violent Measures Toiidon, June 4. Ever-growing ex citement marks tlf election campaign in Germany which end on June fl. -Independent socialists report that at a meeting in Mecklenburg the conserva tives, when they could no longer sus tain the debate, threatened their oppo nets with revolvers, and that t, inde pendent socialists and their supporters escaped being killed only by the inter vention of the majority socialist, ac cording to a Berlin despatch to the Exchange Tclegraplfornpa!iy. Complaint is made to the German ministry of home affairs, the despatch states, hy the German National Land Union of Hesse that its meetings are systematically broken up, its candi dates maltreated and its followers as saulted. Independent socialists are re ported to make no secret, of the fact that, should the election result fail to reach their expectations they will sub mit to the new parliament. Kuelitz, ' the independent socialist leader, declared recently at a meeting in Berlin that in case the new parlia ment does not show a majority for the radical left the independent socialists' will seize power by violent means. Daumig, another leader of the party, has declared that every member of the organization must understand that street fighting is unavoidable. "If the elections," he added, "do not give us our right, we will seize it by our might." I AM GLAD TO ENDORSE PE-RU-NA Glad to Try Anything "Threa years ago my ayaterh waa In a terribly run down con dition and I waa broken out all over my body. 1 oagan to be wor ried about mj' condition and I waa glml tit tr Kajrthlnar which Tconlri rello-rp me. Pcruna waa rtcommenCod to me a. a fine Mood remedy and topic, and I aoon fount that It V4S worthy of praise, few bottles charged inr condition materially and iu a rfwrt time I waa nil over my trouble.. I owa my restoration to health and strength to Porun. I am clad to endorse It." old Everywhere V V CLO III A t? " Terribly l-V. V TS I" L .-v Condition v. ; S5I I'iefca Leopold, 288 Layoo Si.. Mijfiasha. Wla., Secy Lloderkrar.r. Iflss Ieopold's letter opposite convara !n no t:ri certain way tb sratltuda 'h foela for Parana. LleuK nnd Tablet Form Paradoxical Paradise. I have a little cottage. Where roues climb around. And a pretty little garden, Where blossoms all abound. The sky is very azure, And I am azure too, For. while the dew is falling, The rent is falling due! Cartoons Magazine. WAITSFIELD Interesting Exercises and Snappy fast ball Game Memorial Day. Memorial day wa observed in Waits field on Saturday; May -'I, &- es nci to conflict' with the Fayslon celebration on Monday. Jn the forenoon the G. A. R. veterans, ex-service men and boy scouts visited the several cemeteries and placed wreaths and flowers on the graves of dead heroes. At 2 o'ekx-k (. m., exercises Wtire held in the high school building. Much credit is due those who took part. The sptcker of the day ws Principal G. L. Green of the i.gricultural Kchool tit Randolph i,"eiiier. He ptve a short, but interest ing, talk on "True Patriotism" and some tft' the tilings the flag standi for, also touching on sumo incidents of the World war. Last, but by no means the lestst ' was the baseball game. The local town team met the snappy Aggie team from Ran dolph Center. The game was a corker from start to finish and everybody was on their toes every minute. It took 11 innings to decide which team was the victor. the local tec.-Ji losing, 4 to 2. This concluded the program and, aft er rilling up on ice cream at the Con gregational church, all went home feel ing the day had been well spent. Many from put of town were here for the exercises and sports. Mrs. VV. .J. Graves and two children are spending several days with her par-! jinla in VanAtAnU I'.nf.r ' Kino 41. iiaimuijJii wiitvii F. C, Carroll pnssed away at his home last funday morning, aliout 0:;!0i o'clock. He had been in poor health for J buiiic i our. Vaughan Boyce of Norwich uni ersity spent the week end at K. F. Savage's. , Many from here attended the Me morial day celebration in North Fay ston Monday. E. A. Fisk, who is spending a few weeks with his sons in St. Johnsbury, suffered a slight shock recently. He is a little more comfortable at this writ ing. . FRECKLES Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots. There's no longer the slightest need i of feeling ashaaied of yon? freckles, a? Othine double strength is gimran- teed to re;uov. theaa homely spots. Simply get an ouuoa oi Othine , double strength from any druggist . and apply a littla of it 'night nnd. morning and you should aoon see that even the worst freckles have begun to 1 disappear, while the lighter onea havo 1 vanished entirely. It is seldom that' more than an ounce is needed to com-; pletely clear the skin and gain a beau tiful clear complexion. Be sure to nsk for the double strength Othine as this is sold under, guarantee of money back if it fails to remove freckles. Adv. EAST MOISTPELIER Mrs. ('. H. Hood and baby have re turned home from a 10 days' visit in Manchester, X. H. Ralph Willard of Waterbtiry spent the week end at C. K. Willard's. Mr. and Mrs. 8. F. Morse, F.-K. Morse and Miss Frances Morse of ; Montpelier motored to Caspian lake, Greensboro, Sunday. Miss Charlotte Pierpont of Burling ton, the state leader for the home I demonstration work, will be at the i home of Mrs. Lottie Ormshee Thurs day afternoon. June 10, at 2 o'clock to' meet the ladies of this community.: The ladies of Washington county aro having u membership drive to support ' a regular agent in this work. All hi-' dies are welcome. Miss Carrie Willey of Montpelier j spent the week end at Chester Ander son's. 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