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THE BARRE DAILY T'IMKS, BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, ai-mil w, ri.
2 : r i 1 . . mtnii wtnln a a&1YfV Should, above all else, piease your eye.., mvC easy, and temper the eye-strain and weariness of the day. It should bring cheer and color and beauty into your home, irradiating dim corners. What are you doing for your Home Lighting? We are showing some modern and efficient Lighting Fix tures at reasonable prices which can be installed in your home with very little trouble and expense, and will change the whole appearance of your room more than all other furnishings. CARRE ELECTRIC CO. ' Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 for. Your Electric Wants. SSBErTiimE TO-DAY D. W. Griffith's Great Spectacle "The Fall of Babylon" n this tremendous spectacle, as in his former triumphs, "The th of a Nation" and "Hearts of the World", Air. urimin nas H an alliance of the arts to further the enjoyment of his tk, appealing alike to the masses and to those who know and bteciate sculpture, painting, architecture and music as wen the psychology of suggestion. THE REMARKABLE CAST Honstance Talmadge,' Tully Marshall, Elmer Cliftoni Alfred feet, Mildren Harris Chaplin, Seena Owen, Carl btockdaie, bi- Llncoln, George Siegmann, Alma Rubens, George tawcett, iline Stark Katte Bruce, Ruth Darling .Loyola O'Connor. " ' " ' Arid a Great Comedy. MONDAY ? ax 'JOSEPH, M.ttKClC xT?V v J ; T - - '1$ IX ,v'Ai JGWN EMERSON, SOt77J ROY ALTON On April 23d in the Hartford munici pal court held here five young men 1 i u L.f 1A.,n A n Whit- were nroiiiiL ui-no - ham, ihargcd witli stealing rmea i.n n freight train. Two of them were brought from the north by C. V. R. R. detectives Trombley and Hodges. They paid their fines and were discharged. The other three, who were arrested here, were committed -4o Woodstock jail by officer Charles Southgate. lawyer J. C. Sherburne of Randolph was in town on legal business Thurs dny A. W. Bohonnon "-has bought the utore of C. W. Richardson and an in ventory is now being made. Miss Lottie Merrill, who has been spending a short vacation in town, re turned to her work in Kcene, N. H., Thursday. Walter Foster went to White River Junction with a load on his truck Thursday. t J. II. Buck of East Bethel was a bus iness vihitor in town the last of the week. Annminnpmenf i made of the mar riage of Clarence Fuller and Miss Alice Dewev on April 23 at the residence of Rev. J. II. Mosley. , r t l-l . t: Kaymona jrainor oi w nice ivivn .Titm.tinn was in town Thursday aft ernoon, called here on legal business. Miss Gladys Ihnstie is staying at Mrs. Marv Clapp's for the remainder of the school term. Miss hydia Sleeper, who has been away for the winter, has returned to her home- here in the village. il M. Kdson has purchased a Stude baker ambulance hearse, which will help in giving better service in Mr. p..,.v linp nf business, the increase of which has made this new purchase a necessity. Mrs. (ieorgietta Bennett, and Mrs. Alma French were in Bethel last Mon day. ('. L. Woodbury returned to South bridge,. Mass., Monday. James Fowler of Fast Bethel was here Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Sarah 'Curtiss. The funeral of the late Mrs. Siirah Curtiss was held at the home of Mrs. Ellen Coc and Mi&B Jessie Benson, where she had been living since the death of her husband, Tuesday fore noon, Rev. J. M. Mosley officiating. In terment was in Broad Brook cemetery beside her husband and son. Mrs. W. C. Christie left for her new homo in New Jersey Tuesday morn- Miss Lottie Mosher is vwiting her sii-ter, Mrs. Archie Goodale. Mrs. ClilT Joslyn and baby returned from Randolph Tuesday. They were ac companied by Mrs. Joslyn's mother, Mrs. Neill. Mrs. Theodosia Mason was in Tun bridge Tuesday afternoon. Ray Whitcomb and hi sister, Mis Marjorie, have finished work at the K. L. Eddy store. Mr. Whitcomb is now assisting at the Hope market. Max Bliss and wife of Bethel were in town the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tarbcll nnd L. (. Dickerman were in Tunbridge to visit their si.vter, Mrs. Ellen Koss, lat Tuesday. Mrs. Archie floodale and sister were in Randolph Wednesday to visit, friends and relatives. Mrs. Esther Hayden of Sharon waa a visitor at F. E. Welch's on Tues day. Homer Hood went to Randolph Tues day to see his mother, who is at the Randolph sanatorium. Mrs. James Noonan wejit to White River Junction Tuesday to meet her daughter, Mrs. Irwin Willey, and in fant daughter of Onset, Mass. Miss Florence McGuire, who has been visiting her parents, returned to Ben nington Wednesday. OK OUT! FOLKS le Love. Expert's in town hookin' the unmarried She s croine to knock a nock of em for a row of jrs before she's through. If you see anybody blush- r timid-like, as if they wanted encouragement, call -but better still, amble down and see. knew her soul mate the moment she clasped s with him, but to get him she first had to marry is entire family. Talk about a miracle worker, e! Old ones or cold ones, longs or blondes, veter- r youngsters, she matched 'em like Grant took Vnond. "The Virtuous Vamp" and "In Search of a pr". were-so very, very good, it wouldn't do to miss Love Expert. A First National &f) Attraction Theatre. Willi the Orchestra Matinees at 2:13 Nights 6:45 and 8:30 Same Prices For Lot ArticWi Cill the Ticket OSce. Your. First MotoringNeed it to protect yourself against the hazard! that may not only wipe out your entire Investment in your car, but make you liable for thousands of dollars in damages. Before you drive out your car safeguard yourself properly against these unforeseen danger of the road. ETNA-IZE The JEtna-Auto Plan covers you against all insurable motor ing risks with the five essential forms of Automobile Insurance Liability, Property Damage (In cluding Lost of Use), Collision, Fire nd Theft. Ask us today about the many advantages of this combination insurance protection. J. W. DILLON Agent Bolster lilock, Barre, Vtrmont EAST MONTPELIER K. R. McDonald of Plainficld was in town n biiBinesj) recently. . Dean Galliaon hag moved hip house hold goods to Beckley hill, where he will work for H. L. Douglass the com ing seanon. Arthur Cohnrn waa a visitor, in Montpelicr Thursday. W. E. Foster has sold his farm to C. E. Curtis. Hiram Sparrow was a business vis itor in Montpelicr Thursday. lister Lang is going int.rt dairying this season. He had a herd of 18 hand some Guernseys eome to Fairmont sta tion on Monday. They are now on his farm ready for biisinei-s. S. R. Fair and Lee Chandler were business visitors in Plainfield Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Van Bennett of Cal ais visited Mr. and Mrs. Kelton Sun day. Oscar Emery and' wife visited" his fa ther, John Emery of North Montpelicr, Sunday. Edward Lavarnway is digging out a spring on the Harry Dudley farm for II. G. Townsend. On April 27 a son was born to Mr. and Mr. D. A. Fay. Mrs. Iadeau of Plainfield was in town on business Wednesday. Dr. O. E. Barr of Barre was in town on business M6nday. There will be a town spelling con test in village hall Thursday, May 5. Each school in town will be represent ed bv its three best spellers. Thk is for the purpose of selecting two of the best spellers for the county contest, which will be held in Montpelicr in June. There will also be demonstrated clusses in socialized reading and geog raphy by the Four Corners school and North Montpclier school. Superintend ent W. B. Lance hafl the interest of the schools at heart. Here is an oppor tunity for parents and the public to prove their appreciation of his efforts by attending the town spelling con test May 5 at village hall. Beatrice Mayo has gone to Mont pelicr to work. Work began on the federal road on Thursday. A Conundrum. While watching a moving picture of the Isle of Wight, recently, an old Eng lish conundrum was recalled to our mind. It ran thus: Why is the Isle of Wight a fraud? Because it has Needles you cannot thread. Freshwa ter yjju cannot drink. Cowes you can not milk and Newport you cannot bid tie. Boston Transcript. ' THAT UNEASY FEELING That dull depression, that dragged out spiritless condition it's bilious ness. Why' be out of sorts with yourself and everybody else when one dose of Schenck's Mandrake Pills will do wonders for you. 80 years reputation for biliousness, constipation and bilious headache.etc. ,25o par bon uneoated 6r auoareoatsd Dr. J. H. Schenck & Son, Phila. Adf sjjajaaaaal B ijoir Theatre TO-DAY ONLY FRANK MAYO in "HONOR BOUND A Wm. Fox Western Feature. Also FAN1M1AS -and Ruth of the Rockies Matinee 2:15. Admission, Children 6c, Adults 11c Evening 6:15 - 8:30. Admission, Children 11c, Adults 17c Tax Paid ' mi ri i r-rr- , j BOSTON. MASS. A minot from into or rabway sars famed for ownfort. awinlnca aad aonrtaar. RatarnUtwd. All cm modm oonrvnieooM in amr room prompt Mrrioa madmtcprieas. European plan, ft JO a oar op and lh aniqo nataoraal now oa af Boston's fhow plaeaa, Wi th aboieaat th market afford i arrad la qaaiat aad BMatifal rarroandlns-s St pWet awe. JDanciaa and Cabarat. TMBT FAMOUS BASEBALL BOSTON UNIVERSITY vs. NORWICH University Field, May 3rd at 3 p. m. Admission 50c ' This will be the first Bppea.rWe 'of a Boston university athletic team in this section. They ar' rrprssented by a strong baseball team having scored an 11 to 8 victory over the Boston college team, ana also held the heavy hitting Holy Cross aggregation, who eored 14 runs against Vale, to 6 hits and 3 runs. Although we, lost our first game by a 6 to 3 score the Norwich team is one of the best in years and is much stronger than this score would indicate, and this grae with B. U. promises to be a first-claas attraction. I" Mafdla' aire upera House Saturday, May 7th . THE SEASON'S TRIUMPH ' Direct from New York City The Fleck Grand Opera Company WITH The New York .City Orchestra in the two Superb Mastcrpiecc FAU N The Ilouse WithUhe $10,000 Theatre Organ The NEW PARK Theatre BARRE'S PALACE OF SILENT ART , Presents for To-day Only . Overture, "MISERERE" (111 Trovatore), G. Verdi EILEEN PERCY In the Wm. Fox Comedy Drama ' . The Land of Jazz Five reels of furious fun served smoking hot. Also DOUBLE ADVENTURE and RUSH ORDERS, comedy With pleasure we will present for Monday and Tuesday YourCursedPrideDidThat! And the boy, soul-sick at the wreck of his love, flung out of his father's home and sank to the depths. " But this smug "foremost citi zen" what of him? What of the girl who gave up when she wasn't fit for his son? - What of his church that was ruled by hypocrites? What of the thousands of honest workers whose lives these hyprocrites darkened? Was there any way up to the light? Only one! A story that turns the dregs of life to the sparkling wine of happiness. ; TAMOUS PIAYERS-IASKY CORPORATION presents mm i bhe Inside of tiMip A Cosmop olitan Production (X garamoual Qictiwe From the Worl3-Famous Novel by Winston Churchill Personally directed by Al- Kort f.nnpllani. SPECIAL MUSICAL SETTING BY MR. HOUDE ON OUR HOPE JONES ORGAN. Also "BUSTER KEYTON IN CONVICT 13", Comedy. PARK'S INTERNATIONAL NEWS Matinee 2:15; Adms., Children 10c, Adults, 17 ' Evening 6:43 and 8:30; Children 15c; Adults, 22 Tax Paid Matinee AND I ..,.AAA.AAAAAAAAaAA&aaAaaMa4S4SSS4i44mf444MHmT AIDA Ev cning J Metropolitan Opera House Gue.t Artists trom BostQn Grand Qpera Co NEW COSTUMES NEW SCENERY A GRAND OPERA CHORUS BALLET PRICES $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 Plus Tax Tickets Go on Sale at the Box Office Saturday April .10, Mail Orders Accompanied By Check and Self Addressed Envelopes, Now. ' 1 I jt I ! i: For Sale The 5 Houses Opposite the Car Barn (3 single and 2 double) and 25 Acres of Land with a street frontage of about 80 rods, extending from Dewey Park to below the gas plant. A large part of this is available for building lots or truck gardening. The rearconsisting of pasturage. You will be interested to know what this can be bought for. F. L. Huntington Dl COO T Mrtnfrlir- VL : : t i nunc tjis u '"" -