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THE BAR UK DAILY TIMES.
BARRE. VT., THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1921. STOWE . . , . , , : - .- ,. - ,1, . ,i 1 ... ,..,. ,.,. ,, , , .... I m VSs, i 4 "g m HP1 TVT v 1 Comment Upera House-1 wo WigMs T Augustus Pitou Inc. Presents m CIJxSo Ifif r"'' pP M I4MIMfi BWCKSIDNE umift. 1 A 1 y r 1 1 III 11 111 i V )m s 1 ll Elmer E. Shaw nd John Davis Died This Week, Former from Pneumonia Klmer E. Shaw died at 0 o'clock Tuesday evening, Afril o, at his home on Maple street, after a tew days ill nea with pneumonia. Mr. Shaw wag a con of the late 'Leonard and Lydia A (Straw) Shaw, He wan born in Stowe and passed his life here. He was r8 yearn 'of age in October. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Jennie Kidder Shaw, three daughters, Mrx. Fred Farrar and Misses Mildred and Margaret Shaw, and three brothers, Mark L. Shaw, Uert L. iShaw and Howard E. Shaw. John Davia, 70 yearn of age, died at 5:40 Wednesday morning, April H, at the home of his son, Charles A. Davuj in Stowe, after a long illness. Mr. Da vis, who hud been a resident of Stowe for 26 yearn, was born in Sheldon ancf was a hoii of Charles and Philinda Da vis. He leaves six children, AValter, Charles A.. John, Mrs. Andrew' (iibbs and Mrs. George Kemp of Stowe and Hiram Bailey of South Stnkeley, P. Q, and two brothers, Truman and ilson Davis of Canada. The funeral will be held at the house at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon. . ' Positively at every performance the super-sensation, the science baffling simla sceance. The most wonderful demonstration of phychic power ever seen on any stage. Ask Blackstone any question'and you will be answered intelligently and with out question. A carload of scenery and effects. Positively the greatest attraction of its kind in the world. rnces ?i.au, ?i.uu, roc, uc nux lax ncKeis on naie ai dox omce Saturday, Apr. I m m w The annual meeting of Mye-trc. lodge, No. an, h. and A. M., was held at Ma sonic hall Tuesday evening. The follow ing officer were elected: Worshipful master, C. K. Nelson; senior warden, . II. Shaw, junior warden, Albert Ray mood; treasurer, F. E. Stafford; seere tary, W. A. Knight; senior deacon, Kenneth Robinson; junior deacon, V. A. Raymond; sonior steward, Hollis Stockman; junior steward, H. R. Lang; tyler, C. . Robinson; chaplain, Rev. C. K. wayward; marshal, H. W. Burnham. A banquet was turved. The funeral of NVIsnn (iibbs, who died Saturday in Ria-henter, was held at the West Branch church in Stowe Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Pea body of Waterbury officiating. The bearers were: Mr. tiibbs' son, Maurice (iibbs; son-in-law, Archie Town, and nephews, Silas A. and BernarU E. Stebbins. The burial was made in the West Branch cemetery. Relafives here from out of town were Mrs. buffs' fc k .'..: s 'i s. J -v . OX X y ' '' j a rf-j- THE THEATRE OF SAFETY THE NEW PARK T HEAT RE Barre's Palace of Silent Art Presents for To-day Only PEARL WHITE in - "The Tiger's X lib' A tale of daring, and a thrilling romance of love and adventure in the Alaskan snows. Also 'PARK "INTERNATIONAL NEWS" and "MR. FATIMA" Comedy v MUSIC BY OUR $10,000 ORGAN . For To-morrow Only KNOWS TRICKS OF The great Blackstone who made a complete trip through India gleaned his knowledge first hand of the Fast Indi an clairvoyance, art, science, or what ever rt is that the Hindus practice. As a matter of fact, the Hindus have never none the wonuertul things in magic with which they have been cred ited, according to Blackstone. Many of them are fakirs, lie says'aiid his first THE HINDUS. es nere from out of - ...... (iibbs, Mr. and Mrs. 1 "P1."" w' d,TJ impiesMon upon IT To-day t - kwn ill tf JM H ALICE JOYCE in er Lord and Master Archie Town, Mr. and Mrs. Mauri (iibbs and Mrs. Alice Sherman and Mr and Mrs. dames Courtney of Rochester Mrs. Maude Lilya of Meriden, Conn V.. A. (iibbs, Mr. and Mrs. George Gibbs and ( -assius (.ibbs of W aterburv ten ter. Mr. and Mrs. Courtney returned to Rochester Wednesday. The other Rfleh ester people remained with friends in town until Thursday. Dr. H. C, Brighara of Montpelier and .Mr. and Jlrs.it. h. Luce of Burlington have been in Stowe this weeltt making arrangements for opening the Lake Mansfield Trout, clubhouse. Some rec ords of the thoroughbred Holstein cows at Lake Mansfield include that of l)uchei.s, 4.040'," pounds of milk for three months and 1,782 pounds for March, and Beauty, 4.ft.V0 pounds for three months and 1,7.10 pounds for March. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ieon Shepard April 4 The condition of Mrs. F. M. Clair does not improve much. Mi MWJovern of Burlington has been called here to care for Mrs. flair. Mrs. H. H. Cobb and Miss Kathryn Collins have passed a week with their sisters, Mrs. Harley Saunders in North field and Mrs. Klmer Pierce in Mont pelier. Miss Margaret Cleveland, who is completing her fourth year's studies il New Hampshire State college at Durham, is now in Boston taking course of nine weeks at the Woman's Kducational union in that city. W. II. Culver has made i pounds of maple sugar from one tree using two spouts and two buckets. He made 2" pounds from the same tree last year. Mrs. C. M. Watts and daughter. Miss Miirinrie Watts, have returned front a vMt with their daughter and i.iter. Mr. W. W. Houston, and family at Wayne, I'a. They also visited Washing ton, D. C. and Philadelphia. WAlTSriELD THE TICTURIZATION OF A FAMOUS PLAY ' Directed By Edward Jose When the Obedient Wife Revolts No two persons will agrt?e all the time. No wife will submit to her hus band's commands indefinitely, even though she married him because she believed he would rule her with an iron hand. The story of an Indiana girl,,vhos2 parents so humored her whims that the child was Ashamed of herself and resolved to marry a man who would become her lord and master. How she succeeded is told at the Magnet. This picture is having its first presentation in Boston this week. Two-Reel Comedy and "Topics of the Day Complete a Great Show. Matinee at 2:13 FRIDAY Night at 6:45 and S:30 A Dig First National Attraction Don't Ever Marry A Marshall Neilan Feature, With a "KINOGRAM" and COMEDY I). If. Skinner, who is very ill with pneumonia, was considered a little bet ter Monday. Miss Katherine McCarty of Xorthfield has charge of the case. Will Marshall of Middlesex was in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bnird of Wa terbury have purchased the Matlhew house. They take possession the last of April. W. .T. Palmer ha bought of Clar ence Kew one of his barns on his place that i adjacent to Mr. Palmer's prop er! v. i. O. Stokes and .lames Moriarty were in Warren Tuesday. Mr. and Mr. Duight Long of Mont- pclier were end of the week guots at (ieorge Kew's. , j Mrs. Frank Hayden of Montpclieri visited her aunt. Sirs. Minerva Bovce. part of last week. Mrs. Clarence Kew and . son. Ber nard, returned Saturday from Water-' bury, where they hail been pncts of j Mr. Kew's mother, Mr. F. O. Pien-e. i .Mrs. John llui'oll and daughter. Lena May, went Sunday to Randolph to be guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Buttcrlield, Miss Louise Livingston returned to N'ortlifiehl Saturday to resume her school work Monday. his mind which turned bin attention to thought concentration, because he stud d the work of the Hindus and found, in one specific instance, that to be the secrtit of it. ' At Madusna, which is about one hun dred and fifty milca from Benares, the holy city of India, he went down to the Rugana or public square--one day and there saw a group of Hindus with a crowd about them, and they were do ing the old rope trick; the rope pro jected into space, and the boy climbing it. He went home and tried the trick, and not succeeding, the nest day took along his camera and endeavored to photograph the trick, hut when The films were developed there was nothing but blank space. Being deeply interest ed, he worked on and on at the aoln t ion, finally arriving at the conclu sion that it whs merely projecting the thought into the minds of the specta tors which made them believe that the rope in a state of suspended animation and the boy climbing it was before them, when in reality it existed only in their minds. , It may be of interest to know that during his 5imla Seance, or crystal gazing, Blackstone uses for concentra tion, a crystal which la-longed to the I arte Llla Wheeler Wilcox; it was given her by Shiek-I-Hamid and she decreed in her "will'' that, it should lie given to Blackstone, who, of course, prftes it very highly. t The engagement of Blackstone in this city will be for three nights, com mencing Tuesday, April 12, with a spe cial matinee on Wednesday, at which each person attending will receive free a copy of "I he (treat Blackstone a Hor scope and (liart of Life. adv. TO-DAY at the Bijou MABEL 11 1 i neatre NORMAND in "What Happened the Rosa" It's a Goldwin Picture, Rememlj "Mickey", you will ike this as well. Also "RUTH OF THE ROCKIES" and "THE SCREEN MAGAZINE" SATURDAY The Big All-Star Universal Production "UNDER NORTHERN LIGHTS" Also 'Fantomas" No. lt and "Blue Ribbon Mutt' I fri, r mm mm " ' And thia spoiled " ' Jl t ' darling laughed as tf 1 W ll i she said it. Never i. v''r:M ( I i: i ponntinsr the till of I ' ,.T . Y "r " ' tears her selfish whim J'j 3 would gather. Never pl heeding the happy K aPw -loves her recklessness would darken. ffZL ljM)Ji) 'et there came a " Tl 111 Come and see! The jj Jt llfliUn I eternal lure of - the fci'O I IrL daughters of Kvc, ill Mil I E. J glowing with life on fsj, J H f W j I 1 Also Open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Matinee and Evening Matinee, 2:13; Admission, Children 10c, Adults 15 Lvening, 6:43 and 8:30; Admission, Children 11c, Adults 20c Tax Paid PARK NEWS and "GREAT SCOTT", Sennett Comedy Matinee 2:15 Admission Children 10c Adults 17c Evening 6:45 and 8:30 Children 15c Adults 22c TAX PAID , ' High School Note. D-iring the winter terms the follow ing people had perfect attendance: Ku gene B;iird, Harry Bennett, Kenneth Bow en. T'dmmid Boyce. (Ieorge Klliott. I.vle Tord. fJuerdon Knry. Marshall (iaylord, . Homer I.a Mordr. Francis Moiiltnn. tJur Savage. Floyd Tucker, lah Bcruath, Ina May BuzeJI. M bel Corli, Shirley t'orli, Bernice Kiti)rhury. Ioftie Livingston, Hazel I'almer, Alvina rppimt, Maude Som en ille and Kill lb Tucker. There er only three tardy mark in the primary room during the entire term. Monday niclit the executive commit te of ihr Parent Teacher a"oeiation met at the school building. It was otd to order the furniture for the rest-room and for th principal' oflicp. and to pay the debt on the organ i the intermediate room. There i some mimindertanding in regard to the repairs and imprmeroenta being made at the school building. The epcne of the new wond-hed i Iwine met by the town, but the other im rroemen are hing taken csie of I largely 1,- the Parent -Teaber a-.oei. tion. The ret-roin is ot a room at all. but comi-r of on of the larger j rooms, arvl it i not to be ned a a 'recreation place for the teacher, hut a- a corner here any rhikt may rcT O'lietlr who mar takra ill during the day. TL I he Army and Naw Store, 311 North Main Street ATTENTION? Watch this space to-morrow. The BIGGEST SENSATION OF THE YEAR. We will give you all the highest surprise of your lives. We will show you the real downfall of the New York markets. To-morrow To-morrow Remember This