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VERMONT WATCHMAM dl STA.TB JOURNAL TIIURSDAY DECEMDER I5 iqio
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LATEST HAPPENINCS IN BARRE
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HAVE AXXUAL MEETING
Gninllo arnnufnclurcrs Dlscuss aiany
A woll attciidod meetlng of tho
Granlto Manufncturors, assoclation
took plnco last ovenlng with somo
125 moinbors In nUendanco nnd sonio
important mattcrs affectlng tho fu
turo dovelopmcnt of tho associaUon
wero dlsousacd. Samples o trado
marks for Barre granlte woroshown
and one was solected whlch wlll bo
rcgistcred and put lnto uso. Tho
nocd of moro strongly advcrtlslng
Barro and Ita granlto lndustrles was
emphaslzed and great stresg was lald
on tho cxhlbltlon fcaturcs.
Tho mcctlng oponcd at 8 o'clock and
was called to ordcr by tho presldont,
James Adlo, and aftor tlie roll call
by Sccrotary Charles H. Wlshart,
the reports of the offlccrs and com
mltteos wcro rcad. Tho flnanccs
woro rcported to bo In oxcollent con
dltion In spitc of tho recont strnln
caused by the striko and lockout.
The lettcr from tho Quarry own
ers associaUon announclng an in
creaso In tho prlco of Darro granlte
of 5 per ccnt was discussed and a
posslble solntion was suggested by
tho sccretary backcd tfp by raany
Ho was In favor of arrivlng at a
uniform mcthod of declding tho valuo
of a stono and of charging a stand
ard rate to fluctuato only with the
law of suply and dcmand. Thls idca
was wcll thought of and wlll bo car
ried out with tho development of tho
Tho mattcr of havlng sonie officlal
scal for Barre granlto to serve both
as a means of protccting dealers from
retatlers who put off lmltatlons on
the public and for advcrtlslng pur
poses was takcn up.
Tho scal most agreeablo to tho
membors was a square with a round
scal ln tho ccntor, whllc tho word
"Trado Mark" and "Barre Granlto"
apt'car wlthln tho clrclc.
Nothlng was dono rcgardlng the
runiorcd Incroasso In tho manufac
turers' solling prlco for llnishcd work
although the matter was broachcd.
It sceinetl to bo tho Idea of tho mem
bors that tho lncraso should not
como ttntll tho economy proposcd ln
tho mattor of measuroments had been
At tho closc of tho bnslncs niot
lng a banquot was sorvcd ln the
dlnlng hall and post prandial oxor
clscs pf an Informal nature woro
hcld. The meetlng broko up at a
McLEOD IS VICTOll,
The Most Iixtraordinary
Whiskcy Value on tlie MaiTict
IDcfeats Chrlstcndcn In Wrcsillng
llout ln MJIcs Hnll.
Bd. McLeod Bticcecded ln galning
tho doclelon In both falls ovcr Mar
tln Chrlstonsen ln tho wrostllng
match In Mllcs hall last nlght. Young
Hack won the prellmlnarles In short
The nien were called for tho pre
Hmlnary at 8 o'clock by Rofereo
Wllllam Shannon. Young Hack and
Young Crulckshank responded and
dlil 'cmo fast work fo.' nwhlln ii t
thu iormei' was by far tho supcx'or
ln woJght and knowlprtc of tho
game and succecdod ln gettlng an
arm and eclssors hold on Crulck
shank and won the flrst fall in 3 mln
utes. Ed IMoLeod showed some im
provement ln hls wrestllng so much
as to Ilnd Martln Chrlsteusen off
hls guard and after 23 mlnutes plnned
hls shonldtre to tho lloor with a
full body hold. Tho second fall of
the prellmlnarles went to Young
Hack ln 17 mlnutes with a full nel
son. Tho last bout of the cvening be
tween tho prlncipals was wcll fought
and created much oxritemcnt as
Ohrlstensen showed somo spirlt and
grit as woll as ability to get out of
tight cornors. He went down, how
evor, to hls opponent in 11 mlnutes
with a body scissors hold.
II IT I1Y STOXE
We do not claim that It
ls absolutely without
an equal; I1UT WE
DO clalm And you
will prove It, if you try
it that It is without an
equal at the prlce. ,
It is tlie Ideal Whiskcy
to have In your home
for sickness emergen
dcs or as a beverage.
We stake our reputation
of over 132 years of
square dealing on this
guaranteed or money
We refer to National
Clty liank, llanovcr
National Ilank, Dun or
Rtmit express or PostM Order (if Lills,
register your letters).
VVatcrStrcct, New York Gity
(Betwecn Coenties and Old Slip)
Blnst From Hher Bod Scnt 12 roun..
tler Tlirnucrh AVIikIcmv.
A large stone w'eighing over 10
pounds was thrown by a blast in tho
I river ueu yesieruay morning to a
houso on Prospect strect scveral
hundrod feet away, hltting Tony Ro
manls 011 hls right foot and narrowly
escaping striklng a girl who was ln
the room at tho time. The blast was
sct off about 10 o'clock at tho inlet
side of the ledge and elther because
of Its being extra heavy or improp
erly covered small stonos woro
thrown in all dlrectlons. One of the
larger ones crashed through tho win
dow of tho room ln whlch Romanis
was sitting, whtle the housc was
sihowored with the smaller stones.
Dr. J. W. .lackson was sent for. He
found that in addltion to minor
bruiscs a small bono had been broken
in tlie young man's foot. He will be
lald up some timu.
Quarry Owners Jleet
A meetlng of the Quarry Owners'
associaUon was held last evenlng Sn
the Miles Sulldlng with about 15
members ln attendance. The regular
business of the month was passed
upon and tho report of the commlt
teo on the lncrease of the rate on
stone was accepted. The annual
meetlng wlll be held ln February.
It will pay you to do your Chrlstmas shopplng at this store. We
nrvor hnd such a line stock to offer you at special prices. A vlsit
to our store will pay you.
Spctlal. . .
Largest Stock of Bags
23c, I.'.c, illlc, $1.08, $1.12 (o $7.(10 W
23c, l.c, (iSc, llllc up
Second Floor Bargains
For Chrlslnms Sliopplm:
New Waists, 1911 style, at special prices,
73c, illlc, $1.08, $1.13, $1.33 up
II ii ii 1 Einliroldered Svtiss Ilamlkcrchici's, 1'tirc Liiirn Ilaudkcrchlcfs
Ladles' Fancy Handkorchtefs 3c (o $2.00 cach
Ladies' Inltlal Handkerchiefs...- 12ac, 23c
Men's Inltial Handkerchiefs 10c, 12c, 23c
Chlldren's Inltlal Handkerchiefs, 3 In a box, at 13c
Sllk Haudkerchiofs 23c nnd 50c
Cliristniim Furs, Coats, Siveatcr.s, Klnionus, L'ctllcoats, Ktc.
THE VAUGHAN STORE
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. .lackson went
to Burlington yestcrday for a vislt to
Wllllam Marr roturncd to hls homo
in thls clty yestcrday after a fow
days passed ln Now York.
John Freeland nnd John Allon
hnvo' left for Now York, whenco they
wlll sail soon for Scotland to pass
H. S. Talbot of Albany, N. Y., Is
a business vlsltor in thls clty.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tayntor roturn
cd yestcrday from a short vlsit to
friends ln New Brltaln, Conn.
Tho monthly meotlng of tho dlroc
tors of tho Clty hospltal tooq place
In Mooro & Owens' store last ovcn
Ing. E. W. Blsbee went to Boston yes
tcrday on business.
A meotlng of tho Wlnnetta Councll,
No. 10, wlll be conducted thls tvenlng.
A meotlng of Barre lodge, No. 137,
took place last ovenlng.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Barclay
havo returned from a weddlng trlp
to tho Itocky Mountalns.
Mrs. Sumner Morlcy of Rutland,
who has been a gucst at the homo of
her parents, Judgo and Mrs. W. J.
Clapp, left for her homo yestcrday.
Mrs. F. W. Bancroft wont to Wat
A meetlng of tho Ladles' Auxiliary
of tho A. O. H., took place last even
lng at whlch refreshments wero ser
ved after tho business meotlng.
A meoting of Uhe American Ordcr
of Condors wlll be conducted this
ovenlng in Forcsters' hall.
A meetlng of tho Lumpcrs, Boxcrs
and Derrickmon's Union wan hcld ln
Carpenters hall last evenlng, with a
large number present.
A meotlng of tho W. T. C. U. wlll
bo conducted in the parlors of tho
Congregatlonal church thls afternoon
for the last session of the year.
Mrs. Agnes Walker and son have
returned from a week's vlsit to rela
tives in Bethel.
There wlll bo a meotlng of the mis-
sion study class of tho Church of the
Good Shopherd at the home of Mrs.
S. X. Parker thls evenlng.
Mrs. Isaac Baker Is vlsitlng rola-
tlves ln Burlington for a ftw days.
3niHIiF,mTItY COLJiKOK NOTKS.
Tho catalocuc of Middlebury Col-
lege for 1910-1911 'shows the groatly
Innronseil nrosnerltv that has attond-
ed that Institution ln recent years.
The faculty nuinbers 2o, and the
students 28S, of whom 157 are from
Vermont. Includlng tho sunmier ses-
Rinn the retristration for the year was
383. Thirteen States are represented
in the enrollment.
The new sctentlflc and pedagogical
courses are provlng attractivo, as is
shown by the large proportlon of the
froslinmn class enrollinff ln them.
The scientific course allows the com
blnatlon of a broad llberal training
and thorough prcparatlon for on-
ginccring. This plan has many au
vartages over the englneering cours
es whlch consist of only four years
3f tcchnical study in additlon to the
A new feature ln the present cat
alogue are the "Suggested electlve
crouns." Groups of studles have been
arranged for students who have a
dchnlte occupatlon in mind on com-
Ing to college, These groups are
agriculture, bustaciss, educatiion,
enirlneorlnir. Journallsm. law. medl-
cine, mlneral industry and theology.
In connection with each of these
groups a niembcr qf the faculty Is
appointed by the presldent to act as
advisnr to students wishing to spec-
iallzo in that group. Every student
at the beginnlug of his college course
Is required to consult tho prosident,
who wlll refer lilm to the advlser best
suited to his needs.
A gymnaslum fund of $50,000 has
boen comnleted and the buildlng wlll
be erected next sunmier. Pearsons
Hall, tho homo for women is made
posslble by tho glft of Dr. D. K.
Pearsons und Is promiscd for tho
summer session of .luly 1911.
IIOLIDAY PnOOUAMS OIVEN IN
For Intlu.strlal Dcvclopmcnl.
Mllwaukee, Wls., Dec. 14. Tho ar
sanlzation of the Wisconsin Manufac
turers' AssociaUon was practlcally
complctcd at a meetlng of the execu
tlvo commltteo ln Milwaukeo today.
The now organization will ondeavor
to promoto not only the manufactur
ing Interests, but all other industries
In tho State and oxpects to become
an Influentlal factor in promotlng the
welfaro of tho laborlng classos.
BoutwelLMilne 6 Vanwm Company
Quarriers of and Leaderi in all
Owners and Operatori of the J. M, Bjutwoll; fvfilne,
Clarihew & Gray; Cmpire; Marr & Gordon; and A, E
Bruce Quarries, all producing the best
PARK BARRE GRANITE
We solicit your trade, and guarantee to furniih the bost GRANITE
it it pessible to quarry
SIcU Hcadacho nml telicvo all tlio tronblcs Inc!
cltut taa blllotis etato of tho njsti'in, eucli os
Uizzlness, Nausca, Drov.Blmcs, Ulttretn nflcr
catinR, l'uln In thu Phle, &c. Whllo thclt mcst
rcjaatta'jlo euccess naa lit'cii sliown ln curlns
Ilcadache, yct Cnrtcr'a I.ltllu Llvcr TIIIs art
liver and rrgulato tho bouils. l.uilf tlu'youly
Acbo they would ho .lmot prlcclrr to Hiobo who
eudcr from thlsdlstrcrslnf'CGiiiplalnt; hutfortu
natcly thclr Roodncsi) clors not cnd hcrv,nnd tlnwo
who mice try thcm wlll flnd thcsu llttlo iUa aln
ablo ln o many Ihuttliry wlll tiotbowil
'tiifi to do without thcm. Dut uftcr nll slck bcad
j tho bano of ao many llvcs that hcro Is whcrr
wo make our grcat boust. Our jillls cnro It w hllr
sthera Uo not.
Cartcr'a Llttlo Llvcr I'llla aro vcry pmall anu
Tcry easy to tako. Ononr twoiilHsuiako a doso
They aro etrlctly vegctnblq nml do not grltMi or
purgo, but by thclr gentlu actlon baio all who
oisiss uss::n;s ., usw tobs.
hilR Small Sosoi M.te,
Iiilcrcstliig Hxerclscs To 11c Conduct
ed In tlie IHgh School, (Jrades nnd
Prlninry Jtiilldln Frldny Wlilcli
Wlll 11c the rioshif? l)ny of thc
Chrlstmas comes early ln tho pub
lic school and ln rccognltion of the
fact that the two weeks' vacatiou for
tho holldays bcglns Frlday cxercisos
npproprlato to the 25th of Docembor
wlll bo conducted thc last day of the
term In High School, grades and
prlmary bulldlng, with Chrlstmas
trecs dccoratlons nnd simplo glfts
In many roonis ln charge of tho
Tho prlmary bulldlng program Is
a comblned one of tho soveral grades
of that bulldlng nnd ls as follows:
Amorlca, by entlro school; rcclta
tion, Irvlng Burroughs of Mrs. Blch
ardson's room; exerciso by tcn
children of Miss Foster's room; rec
Itation by Fostcr Berry of Miss
Ilyle's room; song "Softly Chlme,"
lst and 2nd grades; exercises by Mrs.
Parrott'B gradc; rccltation by Mario
Iamporto of Miss Lucla's grndo; ex
orcises by twenty children of Miss
Gleason's grado; song "Three KIng3
of Chrlst" by entire school; rcclta
tion, Donald Henderson, Miss
Whoelock's grade; cxcrclse by flve
boys of Mles Foster'3 grade; rcclta
tion, Katherlne Buzzell of Miss Glea
son's grade; song, "Ycs, 'Tis Com
Ing," entlro school; recltatlon, Marlo
Blnnchl of Mrs. Rlchardson's grade;
rccltation. Althea AVllklns of Miss
Rylo's grado; song, Rohln Rcdbrcast,
entire school; recltatlon by four girls
of Miss Whcelock's gradc; reclta
tlon, Frances Blomfleld of Miss
Lucla's grade; flag salute and song
by entlro school.
Tho programs of the Union School
bulldlng are as follows: High School
program at 1:110 Frlday afternoon in
the auditorium. Chorus, Nnzareth,
by school; essay "Chrlstmns ln Other
Countries," Beulah Dodge; solo,
Miss Katherlne Gutchell; "flrst
Church Christmas Barrel."' Beatrice
Walker, Clarence Plke, France3 Bar-
ber, Marion Buzzell, Marjorle Burn
ham, Ruth Corry, Ruth Lowe, Mar
jorle Ordway, Clarissa. Howe; vocal
solo, Francis Kelleher; recltatlon,
Guy Hale; chorus, "Hark I Hear," by
school. Mrs. K. E. Terrill dlrects tho
Stli (Jrade rrograin.
Grade 8, Miss Lewls's room gives
this program: "Tlie Firclight,"
Myrtle Burroughs; recltatlon, bd-
ward Bero and Raymonu Allon;
"Talo of Christmas Eve," Dorothy
Wllklns; recitations, James Butler,
Jack Mitchcll; "Bureau of Xmas ln
formntlon,'' Lenora Chamberlain;
recltatlon, Allen Hancock; debate,
Resolved, children should not be
taught there is a Santa Claus, afflr
mative, Slbyl Emcry, Everett Me
Noll; negative, Evelyn Dodge, Har
old Walton; tecitatibn, Allen Gnle,
Hermnn Ilolmes; class pnper, Doris
j Gradc Sevcu.
I Misses Parker and Wllliams pre
sent thls program: Play, Lady
(Yeardley's Guest; characters, Lady
j Yeardly, Doris Kannly; Virglnia,
Hazel Joslyn; Polly. Irene Gut
chell; George, Stacey Clark: Horace
Wllllam Farwell, Ellzabeth Barber,
James Laird, and Leo Bresett. Up
tho Mountain Valley, John Barnes;
A Chrlstmas Skatlng Ball. Gertrude
Edie; Tragcdy of Christmas Can
dles, Flora Maroni; Thoughts at Close
of Day, Harold Hutchinson; No
body's Dog, Ray Bigolow'; Christmas
at North Pole, Grace Ellls; Ben
Burlap's Barn, Phllllps Goodenough;
Rejuvenation of Rundown Town,
Hazol Hllls; Barbary Blake's Chrlst
mas, Hazel Ryle; An Addrcss to
Santa, Gladya Lane; A Clirlstmas
Riddle, Leonora Ma-onl; The New
Schoolhuse, Chaunc'y Minott; Aunt
Tnhitlm. Llllan Persons: A Chorry
! 'Pnn T nCE-nn T?1avi1 Pl n rl.- A CJtlCP'PQ-
tlon to Santa, Bessle Lane; Santa on
the Traln, Addlo Brondenell; Santa,
Jr Avlator, Frederlca Carleton; San
ta, Verna Stebblns.
Miss llowe's grado wlll present
this program; Ilynm, Silent Night,
and song, Shinc Out, school; rccita
tion, First Chrlstmas Nlght, .Tose
phino Thornton; "A Russian Santa
Claus," iMarjorlo Henderson; "A
Plan That Falled," Santa Claus,
Walter Willard; a smnll boy, Donald
Staples; old carold Good Klng Wen
cenlas and Threo Klngs of Orlcnt
school; recltatlon, At the North
Pole, Arthur Lampertl: Christmas
Eve, Mirlam Boomhower; Play,
Chrlstmas ovo at Mother Hubbard's.
' Miss Muffett, Lena Plccloll; Jack
Horner, Brandon .Tones; Boy Blue,
William Milo; Bo Peep, Blanche
' Lindsay; Jack, Raymond Tuttle; Jlll,
IJanet Docherty; Mlstress Mary,
i Pansy Trow; Simou, John Medler;
j Mother Hubbard, Saruh Dalloy;
Santa Claus, Paul Clogston, follow-
ed by opculng of tho cupboard.and
distributlon of glfts. ,
Fhe A Gradc.
Miss Nelllo O'Brlen's grade pre
scnts tho followlng: Flrst Now
Chrlstmas ln Othor Lands, Beatrice
Howe, Freeda Shonio. Rutli Lackey,
Ida Antonl. Ruth Hnrrlngton; song,
Calm on the Llstenlng Ear of Night,
school; Three Bad Boys, Pearllace
Alexander; song, Chrlstmas Morn,
school; Santa and the Mouse, Eva
Yett; dlnlogue, Jack Frost's Sur
prlse, 12 children; song, Holy Night.
Miss Chamborlaln's grado pro
sent3 this program: Muslc by school;
First Chrlstmas Night, Beatrica
Knapp; Chrlatmas Greotlng, Stnnloy
Morso; Chrlstmas, Molly MoLean;
Mrs. Santa Claua, Cora Chamberlain;
tho Llttlo Elf. Warren Smlth; On
Chrlstmas Day, Gladys Knapp;
ChrlsUnas Puzzlo, Robona Hoaro;
Tommy'fl Chrlstmas Troublo, Fran-
Our Entire Stock ofFur Coats,
Plush Lined, For Trimmed and
Cordoroy Sheepskin Lined Coats
have been reduced to prices that will move them quick. A
Saving of at least 30. BE WISE !
$22 Plush Lined Coais
Fur Collar, Wool Korscy Shell, less
than the Prlce of Materlal. Salo
$6.50 Corduroy Coats
Sheepskin lined, full lcngth. Flno
qunllty of Corduroy In light or
dark color; theso Coats are cheap
at the regular prlce, ..C.50. Sale
$8.50 Best Grade Corduroy
Woinbat Collar, Sheepskin lined
Extra length, as good a Coat as
can bo made; thls Coat cannot
be dupllcatcd in Montpelier. Re
gular value 58.no.
$30 Russiai. Calf Coats
Corduroy lined, mado long, ln every
detall a flrst grade Coat. Regu
lar valuo $30.
Salo Prlce . . . .
$25 Black Siberian Doe' Coat
Best quallty quiltcd llnlug; the3e
Coats must be seon to be appre
clted. Regular value $25. Sale
$24.50 Plush Lined Coats
Fur collar and fur trimmed, all
Wool Kerscy Shell. Regular val
uo $24.50. Sale Prlce
AT A BIG SACRIFICE
The Peoples' Clothing Store 22 Main Street, Montpelier
are Clinstmas Glfts
RALLY AT THE SEMINARY
L'KOGRAJI OF .UUSIC AM) SPFAiv
1 CI1APEI, t'OXTIM'KS
(Contlnued on pago C.)
Itov. Dr. Ilishop Loiidl)' Checred
M'Iicm Jle Annoimces Hls L'urposc
to Sccure iin Eiidowment Fund of
$'2r)0,000 Thrcc A'cw Boriiiitorics
A novel aiiil pleasant feature of
school llfe was introduced at Uie
Semlnary yesterday morning when
thero was a rally that lastcd two
hours, and there were no gaps and
no monotony. As a visltor was
heard to say nt the close,, the pro
gram was as varied as the assort
ment in the chapel singing book.
Now the head of the sclonce depart
ment would tell of the work dono
and attempteJ ln hls department, the
porspect for athletirs mlght be the
next theme, or the students mlght
break loose ln song from the new
chapel books with "Wliere Is My
Wanderlng Boy Tonight?" or anon,
"The Bulldog on the Bank." Yet
there was nothlng incongruous about
the program, although it was informal.
The band gave three selectlons
that were heartlly encored and iL. J.
Hathaway played In his usual nms
terly style. Speeches were made by
Rev. Mr. Hendee, Rev Mr. Lowo of
St. Albans, and Rev. Mr. Thayer of
Rov. Dr. E. A. Blshop spoke in
conclusion and lajd beforo his au-
dienco the aim toward whlch he is
working, a $250,000 entlowment,
three now dormitorios and a new
gymnaslum. He was as usual
cheered to the echo, and tho stu
dents accorded him the rahs. E. A.
Coopor presided and to him was duo
the suucccess of tho rally.
Special attention was called to tho
muslc department. In Introducing
the band, Actlng Prlncipal Cooper
congratulated the leader, Almon
".ushuell on the harmony and gen-
il pffleiency of tho organization of
whlch ho has had charge. Tho vo
cal department 'was represented by
,Mi&s Virglnia Peter", who comes frcsh
from study ln Italy;.and tho Instru-
mental by Tjewls J. Hathaway of
Montpelier, who has studied ln
Tho violln department Is
presided over by Mrs. F. S. Bruce, a
graduate of a Vlonna conservntory,
and the New England conservatory,
but sho was not present, but wlll re
sumo teaching after the holldays.
Vlsltors oxpreesed appreclatlon of
the good schol splrlt manifestal, and
congratulated tho school on tho np
parent character of work done.
Tho program follows:
March, M. S. Milltary Band; Hymn,
"How Flrm n Foundation"; Scrip
turo Reading. Dr. E. A. Blshop;
Prayor. Rov. W. S. Smithers; Hymn,
"Onward Clirlstlnn Roldiers": An
nouncements, Prof. F. A. Coonor;
Solection. M. S. Milltary Band; EIo-
cution Department, Miss Hamilton;
Tho Sclonce of Thlngs, Prof. A. A.
Giwtafson;' Y. M. C. A . Eldon Aus-
tlu: Song by School. "The Watch on
the Rhlno"; Modern Classlcs, Miss
Glover: Adolnhl Socletv. Fred Mnr
sholl; Plano Solo. Prof. L. J. Hatha-
wav; Band Rocietv. Francis Mnrron:
ong by School, "Austrian Nntlonal
Hvmn": Anclpnt Clnsse-, Prof. B.
W. Orlffln: Solo. Miss Peter; ty. W.
P. A.. Evelyn Bonlamln; L. Ti. So
cletv. Irene Dwlneil: Shorthand Do
wtmont. Miss Bnte: Aesthetlc Ro-
'etv. Merle Plnstridpo: Art De-
"nrtniont, Miss Knlght; BitslnoFS Do
mrtniprit. Prof E. A. Coonor; Tho
"oi'onl Huii'. Steward Slmpson; Re-
AVe are now showlng the cholcest line procurable in Jewelry,
Silverware, Silvcr Deposit, Cut Glass and Art Brass. Especlally
beautiful designs ln Brooches, Bracelets, Necklaces and Scarf
New ideas ln pierced and engraved Silver pieces. Toilet Sets,
Milltary and Automobllo Brushes.
Also complete line of the exquislte Nuttlng Pictures, Calendars
and Motto Cnrds.
Kil Xorlh Muln Strcct
Embroldered Table Covers and Runners, Pillows, Pln Cushions,
Bags and Traveling Cases. Tie and Pipe Racks. Hand-made arti
cles of newest designs in Rib bon, Sllk and Llnen. Infants' Stam
ped Dresses and Rompers.
Choice line of Jabots, Madeira hand-embroidered Handkerchiefs
in exqulslte designs.
New Cut Stencils
iss WINIFRED E. ROWELL
1G1 North Main Stroet,
marks hy Rev. W. S. Smithers, Rev.
Ralph Lowe, Rev. W. O. Thayor,
Dr. E. A. Blshop, Commlttee on
lnstruc'.ion; March, M. S. Band.
Miss Boyden ia announced to speak
on opening day of winter term.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Alnsworth at
tended the funeral of Harry Balley,
Mrs. Alnsworth's brother, at Mack
vllle, last week.
Tho Fletcher quarrles hnvo shut
down for the present for wnnt of or
ders. There wlll bo a fair at tho church
Thursday at which qullts and othor
fancy articles wlll bo sold. Supper
wlll bo sorver and a short program
given. Tho proceeds will be used to
make a payniont on the church debt.
Walter Daley and wlfe were ln Ad
A daughter was born Frlday nlght
to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baldwln.
Saturday night was tho coldest of
tho season the mercury dropplng to 20
degrees below zero.
Miss Mnmlc Smlth was ln Cabot
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Nolos Is vlsitlng her son ln
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam Hamilton
woro ln Mackvlllo Sunday.
ANOTHER GIFT TO STATE
M. .1. IIAPGOOD OF I'FKU WILL
TUrtX OVER 10(5 ACltES OX
Mrs. Sarah Sprague Is 111 of pneu
nionia at tho home of her son, Wal
ter Spraguo at Cabot.
Frank Bntchelder was in Hardwick
last Frlday on business.
Morton McKInstry has irecoived
news from Montpelier to the effect
that hls son Glenn met with a severe
accident by falling through an ele
vator shaft. He was taken to Heaton
hosipltnl, whoro hls Injurles wero
Mrs. Margaret Clark ls stopplng at
tho homo of hor son, Charles Cady.
Slmon Whcoler vlsited hls father.
Henry Wheoler on Mondny.
WIII Also Ghc Slntc Control of S00
Acrcs Ad(ilionaI nnd Will Cut
Tlmlicr on 11 Undcr Dirccllon of
State Forestcr Wlll He Falled
It was announced yesterday that
M. J. Ilapgood of Peru had given to
the State 100 acres of lnnd on tho
top of Mount Bromlcy in the town
of Peru nnd had agreed to givo tho
State control over S00 acres In addl
tion ln tho samo vicinity. Fnder
these IhtovIsIohs Mr. Hapgood wlll
pay taxes on tho 800 acrcs and wlll
have the right to cut timber under
tho dircction of the Stato Forester.
Thls forest uact wlll be known as
It ls known that Governor Mead is
trying to securo the glft to tho State
of one or two other tracts of forost
land on tho top of important moun
Thls glft of Mr. Hapgood, coming
as it does, so soon after the an
nouucement of Mr. Battell of Mid
dlebury of hls willingness to glve
tho summit of Camel's Hump to the
State will bo recelved with general
approval and ls llkely to bo followed
by other valuable glfts to the State.
F. C. Colson was ln Stowe
Harley Stockwell has moved to
Dr. E. J. Foster was ln Boston a
portion of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lulcla of Mor
risville wero tho guosts of Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Stovens last Sunday.
Achcs, PainS) Wounds, Sprains, Rlicumatism, out
trard injuries For Diarrhoca, Crampi, Cholera
Morbus, Sore Throat, tho Grippe, ctc.
is tht approved rcmcdy. Tlirce gcncrations
have tetted and provcn its cfficlciicy,
At all dealers. 25c and SOc bottlc.
I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Uoston, fflass.