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B1M0NT WATCHMAN & RTATH JOURNAL, TlIUInAV DEEMHER 8, -oxo
PEQPLE YOU KNOW
Montpelier Mornin Journal
R U E
Hot Water Bags,
Syringes, "all kinds"
Face Bags, lce Bags,
Crutch Tips, Sheeting,
Nipples, Breast Pumps,
ALL THE GUARANTEED KINDS
R U B B E R
AT THE LITTLE RED DRUG STORE
Agency for Belle Meade Sweets
LOUIS C. RIVERS
Dainty Early Winter Hats
trftnmcd irllh Gold Mrnld nnd thc Novfcst Dccoratlons nrc shown in
a new nsBortment
Mrs. C D. WHEELOCK p&Tce
Siiiging anil danclng, featur
ing thc famous Apachc dancc.
The Musical Tremains
A comcdy nnisical act of
"111 Play it in u 3rinute'
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would 1)0 prrcnt if It wis prlnted in n woodcn Imildlng on a sldo
street. TliJs 1b ho Iicchuho it Ims triuliuoiiHj it Is nn Institution,
nmlng lUi fnr-flnng constitucncy wltli over.lnerciislng sklll uud
Thts tcrscly doscriben lltn posltion of llils old Nov England
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Wcckly from IIh modorn, rfcll-iippolutcd liiilldliig ln tho ccntcr of
(,'rowin .Springflcid'g busliicss dlstrlct, Thc ItcpublU-nii serrcs no
only ite ovn city, uut an ovcr-vtldonliif,' rlrclo of rcadors, who np
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The REPUBLICAN, Springfield, Mass.
B E. R
Two Walfs und n Strsiy
A Vitagraph drama of homo
YVlnnie's AVinnlng Wnys
A gcnulnc comcdy.
Chris Mahoney vtiil .sing.
YOU ARE SEEKING
Gosslp Abont Itcstilcnts of Montpelier
nnd Surrounilliig Towns Wlio
Vlslt tho Clty. ,
E.A. Thomas of Mnrshficld was town
G. E. Mann of Dcwoy Mllls was in
tho clty ycsterday
Fred Alexandor ls passing a fow
days in Lancaster, N. II.
II. D. Hopkins recontiy epralncd a
emall bono ln tho left arm.
lttchard II, Ballard was ln North
field on huslness ycsterday.
P. K. llolllstcr has roturncd from
a vlsit in Nortli Montpelier.
T. J. Doavitt was ln Nortliflold ycs
terday nftornoon on buslness
!Mrs. Dora Dow ls cmployed for tho
holldays ln tho Boston Bargaln store.
H. L. E. Snilth and Mlss Charlotte
SmltU liavo gono to Pasadena, Cal.,
for tho winter
Mrs. F. L. Lalrd has gono to Hyde
Park to rcport tho Dcccmber tonn
of Lamolllo Cpu'nty court.
Mrs. Mary Stlckney who has bcen
a gucet of Mrs. L. J. Hathaway, rc-
turned to Bethel ycsterday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Galo went to
Plainfield ycsterday, callcd by tho
serlous lllness of Dr Fred Gale.
Harold Barney, nlght dynamo ten
dor for tho Vermont Power Company
nt Mlddlesox was in town ycsterday.
Mr R. W. Clark ot Northficldar
rlvcd ycsterday to spond tho winter
with Mrs Wlllard Whltcomb of Barro
Ucv. V. F". Hcndco of Trlnity!
church is recoverlng from hls illncss
and oxpccts to bo out today or to-!
W. A. Mclntosh of Randolph has
come hcro to spend the winter with
hls brothcr Charlcs Mclntosh, who ls
ln 111 health.
" Mary Stlckney retnrncd to
Buhel ycsterday after passing a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hath
away of Winter street.
Adjutant Goneral Lco S. Tlllotson
of St. Alhans was at hls offlce In thc
Statc House yestcrday. Mr. Tlllotson
has been In Washington, I). C, for
somo tlnio on "husincss.
Mrs. Mabclle Dunton, registrar of
tho County Probate court, is 111 at
hor honie on Prospcct street. Miss
Katherlne Berry Is sub'stltutlng dtir
Ing Mrs. Dunton's Illncss.
Mrs. Jullus A. Wilcox and child
havo roturned to Ludlow after a stay
In Montpelier. Mrs. Wilcox Is thc
wifo of Jullus A. Wilcox, second as
sistant clerk of the House, and has
been undergolng treatment at H'eat
on honpltal for sonie tlmo.
I'OH WEST l'OINT,
Tlireo Candidates Tnke Exaniinatioii
Kxanilnations werc conducted in
Northfield yestcrday by H. R. Rob
ci ts, (lean taf Norwich ' University,
for candidates for appointmcnt by
Congressman Plumley to the en
tranco exanilnatlons to AVcst Polnt,
whlch wlll soon toko placc at Fort
Slocum, N. Y.
Thero werc thrcc candidates, Rlch-
;ard H. Ballard or Montpelier and
IMessrs. Percy and Carleton of New
port ar.d St. .lohnsbury, rcspectivcly.
Tho exaininatloiis wlll continue
. this aftcriioon and evcnlng and con-
I slst of algebra, geonietry,
llteraturc, Eugllsh gramniar, geo-1
graphy, American hlstory, nnd gen-
Ordnined to l'riesthood.
Frank A. Welch, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Patrlck Welch, of Burlington,
I wlll be ordained to thc pricethood in
the Grand Seminary, Montreal, Dec-
oniber 17. Mr. Welch is a young man
I of splendld mcntal attainmeiits and
jof pleasing pereonallty and has vlsit
! ed in this clty whero ho has a slstcr
I and many frlends. Mr. Welch was
graduated from Burlington High
School in tho class of 1903 and after
I ward from Holy Cross College, llnish-
ing hls course ln the Grand Semin
ary at Montreal.
Y. 3L C. A.
The Senior and Sbmliiary classes
were on tho floor ycsterday. Today
tho Junlors go on this afternoon at
The Y. M. C. U. and the Wlzards
play bnsket ball thie evcnlng.
Tho Uoys pool tablo is back ln use,
having beon ropalred.
A Scnlor and a junlor pool tour -
nameiii. is 10 oo lonut-u u uido ai
onouch Intorc3tcd. Gamos of 50
polnts wlll ibo playod. Thoso avIio aro
lntorc'Sted should hand ln thelr
Have you hcard tho fanious lcctur
cr Dr. Spurgcon? If not, why not?
Ho is worth hcarlng. Evcry nlght,
Baptist church. Adv.
Tho play "My Ixird in LiVery," glv-
on by Goddard students, under the
dlrection of Prof. Holllstcr, ls .iull
of humor from tho bcglnnlng to tho
ond. I-et us givo the east a warm
welcomo this ovcnlng in tho vcstry
of tho Church of tho Messlnh. Adv.
Do not forgot tho turkoy dlnncr
and salo In the vcstry of tho Church
of tho Messlah today. Adv.
Matlneo at the Armory today.
Tho Woman's Alllanco of tho Church
of tho Messlah wlll holcl thelr Clirist
mas Salo In tho church vcstry noxt
Wcdnosday and Thursday, Dec. 7 and
S. A turkoy dinuor (nativo Vermont
turkoy) will bo servcd Wcdnc3day
from 11.30 to 1.30. Admlsslon &0c.
Wcdnosday ovenliiK tho play "My Ijord
In Mvory" wlll ho prosontcd, Admis
slon 15c. Suppor wlll bo scrved Thurs
day nlght from 5:30 to 7 followed by
an eiitertalnmont at 8 o'clock. Doors
open at 11 a. m. Wednesdny and at 3
p. m. Thursday. aqv.
"Suffered day and nlght tho torment
of itching pllos. Nothlng holpcd me
untll I used Doan'a Olntmont. It
cured mo porinnnontly." Hon. John
R. Garrott, Mayor, Glrnrd, Ala. adv.
Don't iiiIks little Mnry
Jlcl'lierson nt tho l'alnce
A WIDOW IN ACKX(VLi:ilINfl
hor lnstiranco inoney wrltcs that oho
wlshcs hor liusband could know what
comfort and rollof hls ltfo Insuranco
Is, nnd adds that sho ilocs not know
what sho would havo dono wlthout it.
Hntloanl lilfo Inauranco Co., Mont
pollor, Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard,
Gcnoral Agcnt, 11-12 Lawrcnco Bldg.,
New England Forecast Snow
Wcdnosday; brlsk to hlgli nortli to
l'orthwcst wlnds; Thursday fair, con
1 THE WAHT AO "
Yb GOOD TVH.
IlUItNS IVEltE FATAL.
Eour Year Old llobert Einnions Dled
Yestcrday 3Iornlnjj Erom Scalds
llobert, tho four-year-old son of
Mr. aml Mrs. Edward Emmone of
Berlin street, who was badly burned
Monday by falllng ibackward into a
pall of hot water dled at 2 o'clock
yestcrday morning of hls Injurlcs.
The boy was playlng with a sniall
brothcr whlle hls uiother -vas mop
ping and runnlng backward fell lnto
tho nall of water, recelvlng severo
l burns whlch with the shock causcd
hls dcath some iliours laetr, although
niedical ald was quickly suinmoncd
and everyUiing lonc to rellevo the
suffering of the "boy.
Tho funeral of Robcrt Emmons
wlll bo held at 1 o'clock this after
noon from thc home of his parents on
Notes From the Seininary.
At a mcctlng of all the sludont
body, nftdr chapel ycsterday, it was
dccidcd to cut out baskctball for this
wlntcr. The exeitcnient ran hlgh
anU many shcrt spceches wcre niade
both by prospectlve baskctball men
and by thc supportcrs of the game.
When the mater came to a voto tho
majorlty agalnst runnlng baskctball
Tho rcason baskctball is droppsd
i8 purely a flnancial onc. Football
jhas run the Athletlc assocoatlon
Iheavily in dcbt, and thc rcceipts from
the athletlc tax lcvlccl on tho students
wlll be reii'uircd to pay outstandlng
dabts. Baskctball docs not pay for
the crowds aro always smaller than
Dr. E. A. Bisho.i is In St. .lohns
bury and Barton asi huslness.
G. G. Jones, who has managed
thc skatlng rlnk succcssfully for two
years was elected mauagcr of thc
skatlng ring for this sea3on.
Tho prizc debating for thc lnter
socicty debate wcre elected at tho
last meetlng of tho socictles. The
Band society wlll bo rcprcsented b.
Francis Marrion, Otho C. Willlairs
and Edon Austin; and thc Adolphl
wlll put up Lester Stanton, Eldon
Austin und Chester Sargent. The
prlze dobate is schcduled for March
Tho Adolphl elected Franklyn Dwl
nell presldent and Allen Owcn vlco
prcsldent. Messrs. Owcn and Frank-
,,....,,,, woro nlao ch,asen to re,
present the socioty in the publlc de-
bate Tho pub0 (k.0(ltcr froln tho
naml society ire vlctor c. SnlltIl
land Leland M. McKluley.
I School closes Fridny, Decombcr 1G.
At least such is tho officlal closlug
tlnie, but it Is undcrstood tho students
who get an averago abovo a certaln
mnrk will be allowed to leavo tho
day boforo. So tho students who
havo been lettlng thlngs slido n trlflo
aro puttlng in cxtra tlnie so ns to get
home a day eorly.
Clioral Unlon riuns.
Montpoller peoplo who attended
tho cnthuslastlc rehcarsal held hero
last siiinmcr and conducted 'by Nolson
P. CoHin of Koeno, N .11., will bo ln
terestcd in tlio St. Alhans Choral
Unlon plans, Prof. Coffin having con
ducted 8Uccesoful scasons In that
clty for sonie tcrms. Tho regulnr
wcokly rchcarsals wlll begln Fobru
ary 7 ln St. Aluans and all will lio
conducted by Mr. Coffin, It is anticl
patod that the chorus wlll bo larger
and bctter than over and tho work
wlll bo taken up with vigor.
lenve For Floridn.
Mr, and Mns. Georgo W. Pannon
ter of East Stato Btroet leavo nbout
Frlday for Florlda to spond tho win
ter montlis with thoir daughtor, Mrs,
Samuol Hood, forniorly Miss Nolllo
Parmontor of this city. Mr. and Mrs.
Parmontcr havo mado Uio Southorn
trip for sovornl wlntors.
Norvflch University Notes.
Tho mcmbors of tho Theta Thl frn
ternlty wlll givo n rocoprlon to tho
faculty at tho Chaptor houso tliis ov
Tho sonlorclass wlll glve lts nn
nunl hop Frlday ovoning.
NEWS NOTES AB0UT TOWN
Tho funeral of Sylvester B. Cum
mlngs wlll bo hold from hls home on
tho Berlin road this afternoon at 2
Hoso 2 had a routino meetlng
last cvening at tho rooms of Hoso 1 1
on East Stato street. No matters of i
importance werc considercd.
The whlst party given by tho inem-i
bcrs of the St. Vincent de Paul so
ciety in St. Augustlnc's hall last ev-j
cnlng was wcll attended. I
"My Lord In Llvcry" wlll be prc-1
scnted by Goddard Somlnary stud-j
cnts tonlght at the UnllraatnMwills
ents tonlght at tho Unltarlan church. '
"The Tlmo of Hls Llfe" wlll be
presentod Frlday cvening by Semin
ary Students. Lco Edson and Loralnc
Estco portray the principal parts of
Thc afternoon traln north and the
evcnlng local south ycsterday were
each a half hour late, owlng to en-1
gine troublcs and heavy mall and
oxpress trafflc. j
The University of Vermont Glee .
Club whlch glves a concert at the
Y. M. C. A. Thurs'day evcnlng goeo
to Goddard Somlnary In Barre Satur
day cvening .for a slmllar concert.
The Clet Club of Burlington whlch
Is to appear hero Decembcr 1C at the
bencfit concert for the Montpelier
Mllitary Band, played at thc Elks'
meinoria! servlco at Burlington Sun
day. Car 50 of tho street railway was
stallcd at tho corncr of Main and
Stato streets yestcrday afternoon on
the 2 o'clock run becausc of thc
brakes falllng to releaso after stop-
! Tho quartcrly bulletin of the Vcr
j niont 'Library Commission is out and
i contains interesting notes of llbrary
work, tho acceptance of the secre
taryshlp of the Llbrary Commission
! by Miss Rebecca Wright of this city,
Thlrteen University of Vermont
football warrlors werc awarded tho
"V" reccntly, among thcm Clifton
Daley, '13, of Montpelier, a Hlgh
School graduate, who played a
splendld game for U. V. M. through
Tho Main strct residenco of Mar
Bhall Wood whlch has bcen undergo
lng extcnslvo ropalrs from basement
to roof, Is assumlng lts proper shnpc
and when completed will bo ono of
the prcttlest homos ln that scctlon
of tho clty.
Tho postoffico has not rccolved a
supply of nionoy order blnnks and
asa re3iilt tho reglstorcd letter de
partmont nnd the American Express
Company aro dolng a land oitlce
; husincss ln transmltting money.
iad they ralso prlce
! Rov. S. F. Dloinncld of Dcthany
church has a number of appllcatlons
for work and would bo glad to con
fer with thoso who have posltlons
open for rcady and wllllng workers.
I ln this way Bethany church is cnab-
lcd to Ond work for many capablo
peoplo and the employer of labor is
onablcd to flnd applicants who aro
in most cases satisfactory.
Eighteen Below Zero.
.lack Frost wooed Miss Merctiry
ln tho early hours of ycsterday morn
ing but ns bccamo a demuro New
Ktnrlninl maidcn. she recc'ived hlm
coldly, rotreatlng farther and fnrther
Into.her nbode as ho approachcd un-
mi thn nnrllor risors oxncrlcnced a
dccidcd sinking sensatlon as they
pcercd lnto tho tubo. Heports var-
iod, tho lcwest tcmporaturo Deitig m
bclow, varylng to 11 bolow on Som
lnary Hlll. and 8 bolow clBOWhcro.
Tho stockholdorB of tho Capltal
Savlngs Bank and TruBt Company
aro hoTeby notiflpd to nieot'in tho
rooms of sald bank In Montpollor,
Vermont, on tho 12th day of Janunry
1911, at 2 o'clock in tho nftemoon to
olect soven trustees for tho year onsu
ing nnd to transact any othor propor
nnd ncccssary busincBB.
FRANK N. SMITH, Troaauror.
Montpollor, Vt., Dec. 7, 1910. d8v5t
Foresters to Hnvo Jolnt Meetlng
Tho two local courts of tho Inde
pondont Ordor of Forosters wlll havo
i Jolnt meetlng ln G. A. R. hall this
ovoning for tho purposo of oloctlng
ifficors and nppolntlng n commltteo
to nrrnngo for Uio vlslt of tho Su
promo Chlot in Junuary.
The Segel Sale Is the
mrniniwii)iimiiiiiiiiimii iniimii imiiwiiw iiihwphiiiwii nn iiin mwi mm iwmiimiwi
Talk of the Town !
$24.50 Plush lined,
Fur trimmed Coats,
$20.00 Plush lined Coats, Fur Col
lar, Wool Kersey IC
Shell l 5nrO
MORE BARGAINS LATER
Be Wise :: Watch This Space
22 Main Street, Montpelier
D A! YS 7 School Street
1 l3j A J Opcnftom7A. M. to Midnlght'
Quick Lunch, Bowling, Billiards Pool
Sunday Lunch from 10 A. M to 1.30
We, the undorsigned, do hereby
agree to refund the money on a 50
cent bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if It fails to cure your
cough or cold. We also guaranteo a
25-cent bottlo to prove satisfactory or
L. C. Rivers, H. A. Slado,
G. E. Megrath, C. Blakely,
Red Cross Phar., D. E. Davis,
W. H. Mlles & Co.,E. A. Drown.
D. C. Howard,
J. D. McArthur,
J. A. Cummlngs,
2. H. Kendrlck & Co.
Georgo L. Edson.
J W. Parmenter.
Successor to Harlow M. Smlih
.'IS Statc Street, up Stnirs.
My three years' cxperlcnce with
Mr. Smith is a guarantee that I can
framo pictures as they shruld be.
Hnvo Y'ou Jlouglit n Scfil?
Whllo members ai the Woman's
Club should be cspeclally Interosted
ln tho Federation Chrlstmas seal on
sale at tho store of C. F. Buswell at
one ponny each, tho interest should
not bo conlined to the club members
but men and women of the clty should
tako actlvo Interest since the pro
ceeds aro to Tie devotcd to work near
tho hearts of all citlzens of Ver
mont. Half of the Montpelier salo
wlll bo added to the dlstrict nurso
fund, a very important local pro
ject and tho remalnder goes to other
health work in Vermont. If thc sale
is largo tho dlstrict nurso proposl
tion wlll galn nceded support and It
wlll be possitolc to make the flrst j
nurso cngagcd here much more use
ful to tho clty If tho ftinds aro in
back of hor work.
With the Socletlcs.
A meetlng of Aurora Lodge, F. nnd
A. M., took place last evcnlng.
Tho members of the Order of the
Eastorn Star will meot tonlght.
A nieoting of Kirig Solomon Chap
ter, R. A. M., wlll occur tonlght.
Tho annual meetlng of tho Cathollc
Order of Foresters will take placo
next Tuosday ovoning.
Thero will be a meetlng of tho
Vermont Lodgo of Odd Fellows this
Tho Pythian Sisters will mect to
nlght Annual meetlng of tho Montpelier
Council K. of C. wlll take placo noxt
week Wednesday nlght.
Tho annual meetlng of Mount Slnal
Tcmplc wlll bo hold Frlday evcnlng
in Armory hall.
Glrls' Mccllng Simdny.
Glrls should 'bo lnterestcd ln tho
spoclal mecting for young women to
bo hold at Trlnity church Sunday
nftornoon at 2:45 o'clock in chargo
of tho speclal church workers who
aro In tho clty, Mlss Jones, a Beth
any worker,,' Miss Schwartz of tho
Methodlst church nnd Mlss Brooks
who is comlng hero to ald Baptist
work. Tho subject will be "A Llly
Work," and thoro wlll bo attractlvo
nuislc. Tho slmilar mecting for
glrls hold last Sunday was vory
Intorcating and had a speclal appeal
for young peoplo.
At the Comlquc.
Tho Armory show wns taken to tho
Comlquo yestcrday becnuse of tho
clty meetlng nnd although somowhat
hnndlcapped iby tho chnnge, tho vaud
ovlllo hlll was well Tecelvcd ln tho
afternoon and ovoning. Tho mustcnl
act of Uio Tromalnea is provlng a
declded hlt Thoro wlll bo a chango
nf nlf.tnron toilav iifld tho show wlll
1 bo back nt tho old Btand.
P. M., 5 to 7.30 P. M.
will always holcl their
value lill theend oftimc.
The value of a jewel is
much enchanced by the
delicate settings that we
make a feature. A visit
here will show that fine
jewelry is possible at a
L H. Baldwin
The Jeweler 8 State Street
How You Look At It
You ean't getbettersfcylc
in Clolhing, Furnishings,
Hats, Trunks and Bags
than we give you. YoiM
ean't get better values at
a dollar more than our
Frank A. Adams
Opera House Block
Let your noxt now shoes be a
and bo assured of a perfect flt and
the latost styles, wlUi tho price
B. M. Shepard Company
21 State St, Montpelier
' JVLtb, Winslow'o Soothlng flyrup
Pm bn ncd for m BlXTy.Jiyi! 'VTE AJIB br
VIM.IONH or MOTUE118 fTir thlr OHIIJinEH
W1IILK TEETniNO.wllh PKHFKOT SUC0K8S. It
BOOTiiKs the oiiiLft.Kom:NHihoaiiM8iiATf
II PAIN: OUltr.H WIN1 C0LIfl,ml U thobent
remertyforBIAmiltOlA. Sofdby l)niKiHliiluivciT
rartojthovforlil. Ita euro and ik Ior"Mre. Wlna
Iow'b Boothlnir Synip," and tako no other kinO.
Twcmty.nTO centa a twttlo. pnaranti'ea tiuilfr tlm
Fnndnml Dnirf Act, Juiip POth. Kerlat NumtH:r
jS AN OU) A1D WELIi TXUEU HKMEDY,