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THE 15 A TIKE DAILY TIMES, BAMIE, VT., "MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921.
RANDOLPH Rally day was observed at the Sun day school of the Methodist church on riumlay. An attractive program had been prepared by the supnntendent and aBistants which wag well given by the children. The exercise was given at the noon hour and there was a large attendance. At this time the collection from the several classes was given i towards defraying the expense of purchasing and installing a furnace in the basement. The amovtfit of cash received at this time was $04, and there ; was enough more pledged to make up the sum of $112. It is expected that the furnace., will arrive this week and will be installed before another Sun- i dav. l)r. and Mrs. F. A. Eaton have been In Boston for the past week, expecting to return here in a few days. The Jones-Salisbury airplane is again repaired and was out on Satur day and Sunday in good working order. It is expected that it will be at the Tunbridge fair this week. The Randolph Woman's Literary club held their annual luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. P. Gilford on Saturday afternoon. There were present thirty four members who enjoyed the elabo rate menu prepared by the hostess and her assistants. Following the lunch, the members of the club gave "Ve Deestrict Skewl," the members all tak ing part and making up the cast. The costumes were of the date of long years ago, and some of them were very striking and ludicrous. Mr. E. G. Ham waa the teacher, and Mrs. C. C Morse, the superintendent, while te sever al pupils were made up for their several parts. The occasion was a jol ly ono and the play was much enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Thomas of Salisbury were in town on Friday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Edna Fair banks, and went from here to Boston on Saturday, . The members and friends of the Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges surprised George Mudgett at his home on Thurs day night,' the occasion being his forty ninth birthday anniversary. Arrange ments were made previously by the ,TO-DAY Constance Talmadge . In a new gusher of giggles ! a piquant play of misses and 'kisses, t coon no iij imc LLOOUHO III LUIC ! "Kinogram" "Smart Alec" , TO-MORROW William Duncan and Edith Johnson in WHERE MEN ARE MEN A Bank Reference 'A savings bank book is the best kind of busmess and personal reference. It is evidence of habits of in- dustry self denial and prudence. Regular deposits indicate , a proper realization of present and future needs a determination to be ready for opportunities or emergencies as they come. Our organization gives especial attention to business received through the mails. If it is not convenient for you to come to Montpelier you will find our Bank ing by Mail service prompt and satisfactory. Why not try it? - The Montpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company "The Old Bank on the Corner," Montpelier, Vermont. Depository of the State of Vermont sister of Mr. Dunham and her assist ants and the company greatly enjoyed the occasion. A birthday cake was present with Its forty-nine candles and there was much merriment in blowing these out. Mr. Mudgett was presented a nice sweater, a i-hiiic and a box of candy. N. C. Buck of the Odd Fellow lodge-mude the presentation and Mr. Mudgett gave the response. Mr. Mud gett is a very active member of the order and is ever ready to assist in all undterakings and this was a very fit ting way in which the members were glad to show their appreciation for his efforts. WASHINGTON Movies, schoolhouse hall, Washing ton, Wednesday, Oct. 12; Wallace Ri-id in "ITie Dancin" Fool," comedy, and scenic. He and 25c. The Pastime En terprises of Chelsea. adv. WAITSF1ELD S. J. Dana, 88, Dug Eight Bushels Potatoes in One Day. S. J. Duna of Soui.'i Fuyaton, who is KB Tr of aim. due eiirht bushels of potatoes one day recently. Except for lameness, Mr. Dana appears hale and hearty as a much younger man. Kima r.f throw who visited lie state fair Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Jwlin, J)r. arid Mrs. F. 8. Kent. How ard AbWt, Donald Moriarty, Frances Moriarty, Roy Iligley and Clyde Tuck er. " C. B. Miller has been ill this week with' heart trouble. , , , - Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mills were called to Hingham, Mass., by the death of Mr. Mills' uncle, Hiram Mills. Varney Higlcy.has been confined to FOR A CONSTIPATED CHILD A small dote of Dr.' Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will bring quick relief. MOTHER, when one of the children is constipated are you goine to give the first lax ative within reach? It is dan- erous to do so. Some have ' een known to rupture the intestines of little children. Don't be beguiled by the out- , side sugary appearance. Look into the formula. Calomel is seldom necessary; salts, minerals, coal tar, neverl ' Unlike these, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is admirable for children, as it is for grown people, too. Mothers have' Been givinar it to children for 30 years. They know it does not gripe, and is free from narcotics. The formula is on every package, and you can see it is vegetable, just a com bination of Egyptian Senna and other laxative herbs with pep sin , Use it yourself and you will find it is not necessary to take it every day, nor to increase the dose, and that it is pleasant to the taste. Bottles can be had at all drug stores, and the cost is only about a cent a. dose. Have no hesitancy giving it to a baby in arms. It is absolutely safe. Half -Ounce Bottle Free Few escape cmstipaaon, so even if you do not nature a laxative at this moment ut me send ymt a Half-ounce Trio BooJs of my Syrup ftpm FREE OF CHARGE so that you & have it handy when needed. Simply send your name and address to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, ji Washmtton Monlkello, 111 Write mt today. his homo with i a sprained ankle this week. '''.-"'''. Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy of Water bury were in Waitsficld Friday. Several' from Waitsficld went to Fayston Wednesday" night to attend the corn husking at Arthur Living ston's. 1 W. II. Marliul" and Leon Joslin were in Waterbury and Montpelier Fri day. Mrs. Alfed Hooker, who has leen a guest of Mrs. W. E. Long this week, went Saturday to Middlesex to visit before going to her home in ' Hardwick. wick. High School Notes. . The new telephone has been in stalled. , it is to oe usea. sr.n;uy jit )niuinoB The school nhist not bo called during class time except in case of emergency. The ring is 10-U. . Those in charge of the room tne past week were: Francis Moulton, Marion Rishee. Paul Oota. Kenneth : Bowen, Helen Reed and Le Roy Higley. Mr. Abbott, with His judging team, vinited the State fair last Thursday. The socond-vear class new an as sembly, consisting of songs, Friday mnrninsr. October 7. - , Visitors at the high school during the week were Mrs. Myra Carroll, Mrs. Rome McAllister and Miss Agnes Prentis. Superintendent . Merle Willis held a tcariiers' meeting in room B Friday night after school to discuss the com ing teachers' convention at Rutland and also the school fair, which is to take place Friday, October 21. The P. T. A, will hold its regular meeting Friday evening October 14. Owing to the play at t.he I. O. O. F. hall, given the same evening, the P. T. A. meeting will be shortened. Sybil Ston of the fourth-year class has been transferred to Montpelier senxininary. , fins mem A 1 1 a I I JTse I The operator of the taiovta machine la Oils theater decided ta Dlav m. Joke on bis audience, ao he threw these re-arranged -JU.OV10 - piayerr names on turn screen. To voire iht Movie Pnaale, all you sire required to do la to re arrange the letter, ao that they k will pell the correct ctor'a or 1 ctrna name. No. JO la Charlie f Chaplin. If 70a ( mean all tea ' yon en a, aria OAKLAND Antonio m WIG ARB .Afall I f fiftf M f alTCr 1 HaaaVkf 1 ' u. u I Banish Catarrh, Bad Breath. It's the simplest thing in the world to use Hyomei and end catarrh. Breathe the medication through the little inhaler in every outfit and you will get relief at oni"V Money back A it fails. Red Cross Pharmacy. adv. f 1JI'''MlIIIHTjj Csn Yoo'ASwer Thn'Vczzfiil 25'Pnfei' Gh-en . JFrobahlr you know the names ot moat of the famous "etara", but lust to refresh your memory, we mention below the name of few of the moat iopulr "movie" players. Charlie Chaplin.' Charles Ray, Mary Plckford, Thomas Meltrhan. Dustln Farnum, Theda Bara.,.DouKlaa Fairbanks, Blanche Sweet, llabel Normand, Mariruerlte Clark, Pearl White. Fatty Arbuckle. Wallace Keld, Beverly Bayne. William Farnum, AUca Brady, Gloria, Sfransoa, Anita Stewart, JfeuUn Frederick, Dorothy tiiah. ONLY 185 POINTSWINStAUTO Tor each name that yoo arranire correctly, yoti wilt receive" 19 "Points' toward the OAKLAND Automobile, or 100 "Points" In all. If you arrange all names correctly. You can fain to more "Points" by "Qualifying" your anewer. That Is, by proving1 that you have ahown a copy ef Mother's Magazine to five people during this Bis Booster and Advertising Campaign. The final SS "Points" will be awarded by three In dependent judge on the neatness, etyle. handwriting, and spelling of- your answer. , The answer gaining 18S "Points" (which Is the maximum) will win the OAK LAND Automobile, or 11.000 In cash. Second highest will win 1750; third prize, $500; and so on down the list of SS big prices, la case of a tie, both winners will receive same prize. Send In your answer TODAT. As soon as your answer is received, sam ple will be eent FREB, to assist yott la qualifying. Contest closes Oct I let, 1121, ( COSTS NOTHING TO TRYYOU CAN WIN 1 Tea wtll not be asked to eubseribe t Mother's Magazine, nor spend one penny foe order to win. We nave riven away THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS in Prises. Ton may be the next locky winner. Write your answer to the Poxile on one side of the paper, name and addrees in nppor right band center. Xou can win Answer toe rassle MOW and send year solution to MOTHERS' MAGAZINE, ffiftSg., " - 1 - L. w . r r - ' . - mmamm i " IIIIM I I 1 I Wl J rmm mimrmi - 1 ' TONIIGHTIBair3re Opeirsi HMe D. W. GRIFFITH'S SUPREME TRIUMPH Interesting facts regard ing d. w. griffith's "hearts ' of the world" The production, required eighteen months in the making, during which time the players were often under act ual bombardment. David Lloyd George, Prime Minis ter of England, said to Mr. Griffith: "This is the greatest and most won derful task you have ever attempted." Capacity audiences at the Majestic Theatre have stood up and cheered the Rainbow Division as the boys are seen marching through 'the streets of a French village. . ' " Miles of artillery, squadrons of airplanes,-fleets of Zeppelins, the charge of one hundred giant tanks, andsthe march of legions thrilled Boston audi ences as they have never been thrilled ' before. , General Pershing's men are now on the very spot where the majority of the scenes in "Hearts of the World" were taken. All the romance and love of beauti ful France is brought forth in this tre fmendous story and thrills the heart as no other tale evdr has done before. The board of historians, now engaged i compiling The Standard Contemporary His tory of the Great. War, have greeted Mr Griffith as the greatest of war historians. They further wrote him: "We agreed that your production is the most notable on rec ord that the war has produced." Staged in France on the actual locale of the story. Rattle scenes on the battlefields of Europe. In one scene Mr. Griffith "caught" 150,000 fi g;h ting men at Vimy Ridge, and on anohtcr occa sion 32 airplanes in action. a - - x r ) 0) ri r . r" 2p LI 'AiL 1 I ? af A V- I V Y n V L K;4 3 1 Charles S. Howard I ' in The Boston Globe " 'Hearts of the World' amazing in art and realism. . Quite beyond compare with any previous achievement of even the wizard who created The Birth of a Nation' and 'Intolerance. More artistic photography, more action and thrill and more realism than has ever before been revealed." Edward Harold Crosby in The Boston Post "When D. W. Griffith attempts anything he goes in for the stupendous. His 'Birth of a Nation' startled filmland with its jnagni-1 tude and marvelous attention to detail. And ' now comes 'Hearts of the World' that in point of execution and vivid realism eclipses , all his other efforts." 'Forest Izard in The Boston Transcript " 'Hearts of the World' is the producer's vivid quality that reveals anew his remark able power of vigorous, large-scale action." E. F. Harkins in The Boston Advertiser - "Griffith scores triumph. 'Hearts of the World', hold audience at Majestic Theatre enthralled. Artand realism, perfection of detail. Audience cheered and applauded." Fred J. Mclsaac in The Boston American . "Like former Griffith productions, this was mounted on a grand scale. The march of the French army, war-worn and grim, to the tune of The Marseillaise, drove the great audience frantic with enthusiasm. Contains a pulsating and never-to-be-forgotten love story and personal adventures of the most wonderful and thrilling char- acter.' One Million Fighting Men, 20,000 Horses, Miles of Artillery, March of Legions, Squadrons of Aeroplanes, Fleets of Zeppelins; Destruction of Cities. :nc!i Armies, Mr. Griffith, his camera men, his assistants, and his flayers, moved forward until within actual sound of the roaring guns and the bursting of shrap ld, 3Ir. Griffith began the filming of the sweetest love story ever told. Here with real trenches, real battlesreal war scenes, taken amid the fire and smoke of con- Aided by the officials of the British and French ncl shell. Here, with grim war as a backgrouni fiict; here were no moving picture "supers," but real flesh and blood soldiers of France, of England, of America, fighting with their last drop of blood in defense of civilization. , 5 Months in Boston - - 6 Months in New York - - 4 Months in Chicago Shown here at popular prices with the original Musical score by the Orchestra. No scats reserved. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Show starts at S:13. Children 17c, Adults 25c. 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