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WE nunblNHTON VllKbi PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JAN t AU It.,
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
Continued from pngr :t.)
Diit Siuulm iiflii' .1 wi ck s illness. Mr.
Davis wl'l Mii'iik next Sunday upon tho
topic announced fur last Sunday, "Tlio
F.lrmei.ts of Great Gain." Attluir .T. nlul
i-Mwin T Houston, who lire passing tlio
t Inter In Stockton, Cnl., tiro employed
Mclvlu Glbbs, also formerly fiom
Stow . on ! law government building
contract Tin to arc two cases of diph
theria In the family of Chutlcs J. Spauld
n, on Sc.iojI street Miss Until Dunbar
bus rclutiud to hrr studies In Jloston
ftcr several weeks' vacation. Mr. aim
Mrs. r C. Bashaw ntc moving to their
louse 01. lower Main street recently pur
liasfd of Miss lillcli 1 lodge. Mr. Bashaw
Tin made ixtcnslvo repaint and Impioto
111. -nts In tlio building, adding .1 bath
ooin and otlur i in Iptiiin t s.
son born recently to Lieutenant and
Mrs II O. Smith of Tort Itoyal, N. C,
Is dead, nurd IT day. The remains have
een sent 'i-iv and the funeral will b"
, rid 1 t ', when the family Im able to
inie 1 li .ituialit Smith Im the sun of
t rank 1 smith and a hrothi r of Mrs
11 C MeMaholi of Stuuii.-C. I- M'"
Million has returned from a week's stnj
Hurllngton.-On noouiint of the Illness
. Mrs In. In r. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker
,avi mov d to the Inline of Mi. 1 newer a
1 Kilter iilidhil&bnnd.Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
I. kei Mr ..nd Mrs il. II. Tucker . lie
.IMiik 11 1 iniure.-Mlsf. Itlanrhc Hull
us taken Tuesday to the Marv Fletcher
ispital In Biillngtou for treatment for
II. mill it I Dwight Ayers has returned
, h st'idtis .it the State agricultural
u.ol al Randolph. Tin- Stowc high
kpoI 1 I- 1 I iss will present the play,
Thr "rl vat. Secretary." at the Akeley
Mt.i.r .1 ' nldiliK Friday e riling.-The
, ,1 .11 I Ladles' Aid bi'ld a
Milerence mooting wlt.l .Mrs.
W nines. lay afternoon. Wil
r Monlsvllle Is constructing
fir the tenement that Is be.
t lit I'nltv Church building
It St M
1 1 '
1 i senior ' 1
v nl 1- Tli
11 1I1 Hi
i 1 1
if Hie Cemetery association
. ream and eaku in the Aki
banuuet hall at the close ol
lb school class play Friday
ie were In Slowe limine H'I2
17 marriages and ":. deaths.
tn- were infants less than one
ar 11! am ami seven wen; of adults over
tin iiilcst. Mrs. I'lielena Straw, br
, s , us and nine months. --Clyde
r 111- nut Miss lToienco .Mansllcld weie
1, rr il Tuesday evening by the Itev.
1 ai 1 ms at the home of Mrs. ALhle
ill 1 11 Mr Davis's boarding ilaee
,M . Hi ink a- . niployeil in the r. K. & I'
ll 11 .it I mil . r vurd and tin v will ieside
1 nr. .-1 lit whb his parents. Mr ami .Mrs.
I 1 linnl. Miss Maude Mnulton of
a u i- lie isisitlng Mrs. 11 W. Billings.
Mrs li. Ilnus's brothel. Mark Cutting
ir Mori Isvill. . is passing s. x.r.il Weeks
re lalwln L. Blgolnw Is at heme from
Mi ldli bury College on account of illness.
Mrs ArviUu Sprngiie has be. 11 a vls-
i.r at tile home of Mr. and Mrs Alonzo
Mougliss In Mm rlsille. Messrs. Tom-
iisou and Robinson ale harvesting the
rst crop 111 Ire from their pond. The Ice
1 12 Im In s thick and over. Mr. and Mrs.
I C Sl.11 ton wcie In Morrisvllle 011 bus
luss Ui Im sday. George Adams of Mos-
nw s n Worcester. Mass.. on business.
J u-t 1 Ma -ball .1' Stowe and Mrs. Agnes
S.invi 1 of K.b 11 were niariii d .laiiuarv '
will probably build 011 her lot on the Tot'
man addition a six room cottage for her
.wo . . She has icuntly purchased of
Miss Delia Ilodghlns the adjoining lot.
Mrs. IniOKene (loodale, who has been 111 , evelitiiK:
town since Huiulay with her daiiKhter,
Mrs. II. II. Ilayward, left for South Hoy
niton .Monday. Mr. and .Mrs. Wllllain
llcnt went to llethcl Tuesday. Mrs. llent's
mother, Mrs. I'rank lllmjhain, Is now se
riously III with 11 niallKiiant trouble for
which she underwent an operation sev
eral wcelts iiko without relief. Tlio
Christian llrothcihood held Its fortnlKht
ly meeting Monday rvcnltiK In the parish
house and fnllowiiiff the supper at seven
('clock a discussion on taxation was led
by .lohn Sherburne. Miss Kdlth Murrott
left Tuesday for a few days with her
sister, Mrs, Don Moore of Sharon. J. D.
I.aport Is seriously ill with pneumonia.
The l"ern Hcbeltah l,oil?e of Hebekahs
held their usual meeting 'I'uc.iday even
Inif. when there weio three candidates to
U reive thcdeKieesor the firder. Kollowim;
the rereinonies, refreshments were served,
-Miss ISessIc Shepard who has been with
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IllUniilt I" HUM III lli'l llriuv 1(11- nuii-
ell luldltloii.-Mrs. Walter Archer of'
llralntree was 111 town Tuesday. Mrs. 1
Mary Strons and Mrs. V. 1!. Vlall will j
leave soon for a few weeks In I'lorida,
where 11 Is hoped the mild climate will ;
relieve Mrs. Strom? from a severe cold I
which she contracted early In the fall.
Mis. Wndlcluh Is quite ill with pneumonia
at her home 011 Klin strict.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Heath left Wednes
day morning for Zanesvllle, uliln, where
they will pass two months with Mrs
Heath's daughter, Mrs. .lames. -The ex
ecutive committee fit the Federated
Church held a meeting In the olllce of
Dr. A. C. Hulley Tuesday evening to ar
range for the coming year and Its work.
Judge W'. 11. Nichols, who has been ti
helpless invalid for a half dozen years,
is now lu .1 critical state and his daugh
ter. Mis. David llosworth of Itiistol, was
summoned Saturday. Mr. Nichols suf
fered a shock of paralysis seven jeui
ago from which he has never recovered.
From that time he has grown more help
less and has been obliged to have a run
stunt attendant. It was thought that lie
could not survive Tuesday night. -The
Uiindolph National bank expects to move
Into its new iUarters the last of the week
and on Saturday moinlng will begin busl
11. ss at the new rooms In the. block of the
.1. II. l.amsiiu Sons. Mrs. I.otils Tatro of
Itoxbury arrived Wednesday for a short
islt. Mrs. rrcston and daughter, who
have been with her parents. Mr. and Mr.
I.. I.. I'dall, lor several days, returned to
Strafford Wednesday. Miss Kdlth (!o.nl
rich of South Iloyalton was :i guest of
Mis.s Alyce Murk Tuesday night. Mrs 1
n few' days with his grandfather, Dudley
Travel', The I lev. M. W. Knrnlmm was at
homo from Montpeller over Sunday,
Several from here went to Troy Snturday
to utleiid the Albert Htewo.lt
wuldlng annlversaiy, postponed fine week
on account of severe storms. Ueorgo
Goddniil went to Montrenl Friday to Im
present while his wife underwent a serious
operation. She stood tho operation better
than expected and holies am onteiialneil
of her rctovery.
Mr. and Mrs. F. II, Siinboin nnd chil
dren nie visiting In Albany and Irasbuig.
I'rnlik raiclito has gone to a hospital
In Montrinl for treatment. K. H. Alex-
nnder of West Ilurke Is spending u few
days with his son, M. Alexander. Uuf,eiie
llabldeau has moved Into the basement
I tenement of Peter Martin's house.-Mrs.
1 ". II, Hromley wns tnken serlouslv 111
1 Satnrdny. Mr. Morris of the George Web.
ster Lumber company of lloston was a;
I tho mill of H. II. nnd ,. n. Fnrinan last
! week sealing the hard wood. The funeral
son of lionjiimln Mason of
linsluirg was held Monday from the St.
Ignatius C'huivh, the Itev Father I.a
vlgno offlclatlng.-A number of rases of
measles have broken out In M. I., iilot
miii'm linnbi r camp.
The Tuch-a-baclie chnss of the Congre
gational Sunday school met January 0 at
the parsonage ror the yearly presentation
of reports, election of olllcer, etc. The.
following olllcers and committees were
elected: President, Charles II. Miller;
vice-president, Mrs. A. It. Dullrune: sec
rctary, N. II. Kaiser; assistant secretary,
Mrs. N. II. Kaiser; treasurer, Mrs.
fjiarlcs Miller; assistant treasurer, A. I).
Cuthbertson; meinbershlp eonnnlttep,
Mrs. II. M. Wllley; llower and relief com
mittee, Mrs. N. II. Kaiser; press coln
inittfC Mrs. S. T. Acheiibach; entertain
ment committee, fleorge S, Tolinnn; de
vnlloiial eomnilttee, Mr.s, J. II. Harring
ton: civic and temperance committee, W.
A. a I Inly. Miss II. J. Lindsay, w ho has
been the postmistress for IS 1-2 years, has
rlit In her resignation to take effect
Coleman of llutland will prea. 11 Monday
tight, the itnv. K. C. Fnrivef of rnlr
Mnveti Tuesday, Wednesday nr.'1 ThiirH
day nights and the Itev. Mr. Hay""1''1 (,f
this place Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Uncon left Thursday
for a weatem trip which will Includo
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and St.
I-ouls. The Woman's Auxiliary nut with
Mrs. II. K. Partlow Wedmsdny utter
noon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Seidell Washburn
mil win have gone to Jersey City, N. J.i
whero they will pass the winter. L. J.
Fortlcr is in New York. --Mrs. Carrie
Dentin Is visiting her sister In Schenec
tady. N. V.
Frank Paddleford of Wiiltnian, Mass.,
arrived Saturday for a few days with his
- iti. Stewart, wlio Is spending the win
ter here. William Williams was moved
to the home of ills mother, Mrs. John
Williams, Saturday. The Itov. C. D.
I ierre Is suffering fiom inllamer ryi s.
Mr.s. Martha Hemlngton Is critically 111.
Her daughter, Mrs. (looilwiti from Hard-
nick, Is caring for her. The Hev. C. D.
l'rth 1'arnsworth went to Hoxhury Wed-! Pierce's Sunday school ela-ss gave an 011-
1 v the ltf . H. W. Collins al his bom.
Moscow. Mrs. Al.ina l.ucc, W years
p,; is 111 with tlio grip.
.'.11 and Mrs. Archie Minnie went to
1 1 1 1 it f 11 1 1 Thursday. The annual nieet
in, 1 f tin Federated Church wan held
'1 in vistrv uf tin. Mcthinli.-i Church
A urn -d i, Jan. s, win 11 I lie lollowing
!' 1 wi ''i elected: 1 ii.'ili'iiian of the
''eileration llowaid J. Smltliers: seere
'n, Dr A c. Haiby. inasuicr. Miss
1 isi 1 impel . auditor, N. Morse;
iln it 11 1 1 D. Howe. Mis. Alfred
Vms' 1 1 licit T. Mills, and .Miss
Jinilr d Fuller; organist. Mis.s A. I'.
iiki i.inito:-. W. I". Itlii.iil. care taker.
1 1 p. si llatrb. ushers. I'vril Angell and
111 st nstln: niusle ciuniiiluee. Dr. A.
Pa 1 .T11I111 L Hulebliisiin and C. J
okwir reciltlve I . .1 1 1 Illit 1 1 e, H. IJ.
el 'Ifi-ed Wnbstir. i:. N. Itlslng, L,
J' Parti ige and II. M. Totinan from tho
liapti t 'i. mil. D. ). Howe. I!. II. Slack.
( J!. nolds. N. N. Mors.- and Dr.
C H,i c lrom the .M'thndlst Church.
'I. n p.- i! r i lei tlon or olliieis, a letti r
3'( ' li fiom lb,, pistol', the P.ev. .1.
' i mo in Mini, asking lo be released
' mi li r pfii.irale the last of February,
t war vot'-il to grant his reiiucst. Mr.
i heshro has a call from Foxboio, Mass.,
.t has rot .let tiled Jusi where to locate
ho has other llelds In view. He came
ere three vtars ago from South Paris,
Mi liy th articles of the federation tin
next pastor will he a .Methodist, and will
probably be sent lure by tl,' conlerence
at its next meeting In April. Miss Annie
Scott who now live. In lioyalton, was
man lid January 4 to Itichmond K. Skin
ner of Iloyalton, The groom is a
ion of William Skinner of that
.own Tlu death of Mrs. Ira
Uaurleo Jnnm occurred 1'uesilay,
Jnn. 7 of bionchltls and a weak heart.
Mrs. Jones contracted a severe cold. Mrs.
Imliv Washburn, widow of the late
Jra Jiiirs, was born in Handolpii Septein
I . iv.1i. the ilaugliter of William and
V i il ( Mhln) Washburn, and was the
I f a huge family. Since the death
if ' f i-b.iiul fin July I. fi. she ilv.sl
ii i n I iiiie iTu Park stiei-i. The luneial
a.s in 1.1 l't inn her late home Friday
nlteriio.il! at two o'clock and Interim nt
was lu Soiithvlew remotciy.
Miss Grace Jubb. who has been hi re
nvo weeks with In r sister, Mr.-. J. W.
t hesbro, left Monday lor Adams, Mass.
.Mis Jii!-e;,li llamlltoii went to Wood
ttock Mondav on amount of the critical
buess ol her granddaughter. Mrs. J. I".
Uimson 'if i Monday for a few days lu
l ni'ioro, Mass. Mis.s Jennie Stewart of
I a grammar school is III and her place Is
laken In .Mrs. II. A. Leonard. -The high
m 1 graded schools held their opening
.estlou .Monday morning lu the now
ulldlng. Miss Jennie lllaiuiiaid has
'urned to her teaching In Hartford. Mrs,
David Adams left Monday for Clareinont,
N II , to remain with her mother. -Miss
Mary Morse, who has been here from
South llovnlton for a week taking cam
of her mother. Mrs. Anna .Morse, left for
her hiinie .Mondav. Mrs. C. li. Knot, who
has been lu Montpeller since Friday, re
turned Sunday. Tho funeral of Mis. Levi
Lisklne, whose death occurred Friday
morning, was held at her home Sunday
afternoon, the IU-v. Fraser Metzger otll
riatlrig interment was In Southview
cemetery Mis. F.rsklnc is survived by
Inr huabnnd, two daughters, Mrs. II. I
Cook ol this village nnd Mrs. Luther
Kent, who was with her at the time of
Itr death, and ono son, Cedrle Hrsklno.
Mrs. Krsklne was about 5S years of ago.
K V, Pauley of Keen, X- H., has been
n town this wetk visiting hlM bi'.h(r,
inr. Ilii'jl.v, who ba.s been 111 lor two
ik- tilth piii iinionla. but now seems to
in 1 1 n i i v i i i - Mi- Ma i llo.lnkliia
A. nl lu 1 kill-I lii' h. 1. 1 Mis Codgitllis
nesday to visit her father, Stephen Hut
teiileld. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tewksbury
gaio a dancing party at the Cirange hall
Tin sday night, to which 'Si couples were
Invited. A son was born Friday morn
ing to Mr. and Mrs. Herald Stevens at
tho .sanitarium. The child is tho grand
son of C. F. Stevens and Is named How
ard Charles. Miss Marlon Huntington,
who has been at the sanitarium for sev
eral weeks, went to Randolph Center
Tuesdav much Improved lu health. Mrs,
Joseph Manning, who canm from Kast
(iranvllle Monday to lslt her mother,
Mrs. Jennie Smith, returned Tuesday.
Miss Mary Conolly, who came from
Washington, D. C, to attend the funeral
of her brother, William Conollv, has re
turned. 1-2. 12. Hagley of Krone, N. 11.,
who has been In town for a lew days
while visiting his brother, Henry Hagley,
left Wednesday. .Mrs. -M. W. Chamber
lln gave a card party Tuesday afternoon,
to which she Invited about "rt guests.
Miss Maud Johnston, who lui.s been lu
Lebanon, N. H., to visit her mother, re
turned Tuesday. A. II. needle, has so far
recovered as to be able to be up.
Mrs. A. A. flllmon Is 111 with broii
ihlal pneumonia. Martin K. Jiuld,
an agricultural student from Straf
ford, was Injured Friday evening
when, on tho second Moor of tho school
building, lie was pulling lingers with an
other student. The hold gavo way, he
Inst his balance and t.-il to foot of the
stairs, striking on his hip, which was
badlv bruised. He has been taken to the
sanitarium. Miss Marion Huntington,
who has been at the sanltorium for four
weeks, it-turned Monday much Improved.
l'dsun fJoodrliii, who has been 111 a long
time with pneumonia. Is thought to lme
i- chnnee for rfcovery.
i- rtalnmeiit of a mm k trial Friday even
ig Sherman Hugo is ill. Pneumonia Is
1-areil. The Craftshury grange Installed
i--w officers Monday evening. Supper was
-i rved. Wllllain WUllnms of this town
as seriously injured while stopping a
p-iir of runaway horses at the crossing
in H.'irdwick, where teams go to unload
if id. His condition Is considered critical.
12. .la. 1c
K.ilsi r. .
in rr. N
Mrs. II. M. Wllley and youngest daugh
ter are visiting In Crorgla for a tew days.
William Willis, who received word of
thr suddrn death of his brother and the.
serious Illness of his mother the. pust
Week, has rutin mil to his home ill West-moil-.
Messrs Miller and Kaiser are busy
cutting timber for the new liilrn they In
tend to erect on tho sin uf the ono tic-
stioyed by tile In Septi-inbrr. .Maurice 1
Spier, who has bc-i-n 111 foi sonic liini. n-
i rived Friday a 'Sunshine p.m." ilb-.l
with remcinbi unci s iroin his many
friends. -The II. v. Hugh Wilson of P.i.-
sale, N. J., will preach ut Hie Congrega
tional Churca Sunday. At tin- lcgulal
meeting of the Caspian Lake grangi . No,
S2, Thursday evening, the following olll-
rers were Installed by Past Master Coolt,
assisted by Mrs. II. M. Allen: Master, IT,
II. Unities; oiers.-.r, W. W. .Miller; lec
turer, .Mrs. .1 II Harrington, assistant
lcctiinr. Mr.- N. II. Kaiser; steward. A.
...'I. ,. 1st nit slewanl N. U
.a. iboigo Tolniaii; tf.-as-
i l i . i w n scei etai y. .1. II. liar
gatekeeper, I2ilwanl Doinei ;
Ceres, Mrs. II II. Ilalm-s; Pomona. Miss
Floienee Mauoim: Flora, Mrs. 11. II.
Hanson; lady assistant steward, Miss
Joseph Moriillflled last week Wednesday.
The Interment was mad" Saturday In
thr Catholic cemetery at Newport. Hi;
leaves a wife, tlircn sons, time daugh
ters and several grandchildren. William
c. Illake, business manage)' of the New
port meat market, died last weik The
funeral was held al tlio Congregational
Church Sunday morning, tho Hev. Mr.
Kdwnnls olllelatlng. Mr. Illake In Ills
younger days was a rrsiilnit of Derby.
Mr.s. J C. Fuller, who'liad been spend
ing the winter In Newpoit with her niece,
Mrs. Finiik Wheeler, dlnl of pneumonia
Friday. Her remains were lu ought to
Derby for Interment. Funeral services
were held 111 the Congregational Church
here at 2:ev p. in., the Itev. C. 12. Cordon
officiating. Kied nnrnnrd Is making ex
tensive repalis on the place he bought ol
The L. A. S. Will hold a pie supper
In tho (Jongicgaiional vestry, Frlduy even
ing. A short illiiary program will follow
the supper. Ilalph l.arabee, the popular
clerk nt Hitchcock's, was taken suddenly
111 with appendicitis Sntnulay cvenlnp.
Louis lit II has sufficiently tecoverrd fiom
the nv ash s so that he relumed to St.
,liiii.-l.ii v V ad. im W'ulniHilaN L'iatuJ
Tla-ii ol Wonc-tii, Ma s, Is spUliUllg
At the annual meeting of the Congrega
tlonal Church Thursday evening theso
olllrrrs were elected: Moderator, n. W
Hiirnham; clerk and trensurer, H. W
Ferris: standing committee, the Rev. C.
12. Heals, Deacon W. H. Dean, Fred II.
Sumner, Mrs. a. W. Hurnham and Mrs.
C. M. Wlnslow.
Tlir body of Mr.s, !-21l7abrth II.
Conant was brought here Monday
noon fiom Hoslon for burial lu
Pino Illll cemetery. Mr.s. Conant
was for many years a resident here. She
is survived by one daughter, Kugonla,
with whom she had lived In Hoston. The
beams were 12. S. Marsh, W. 1'. Scott.
1-2. H. Hutton and O. II. Kelley. Miss
Mary P. Millphy of Albany, N. Y., died
very suddenly Saturday afternoon of
heart trouble at the home of Mrs. Mary
11. lilackmer on Pearl street. F.dwanl
Karney of Hartford and M.ss lCstelle
Wcstcnck of Plttsford were married Fri
day moinlng- at the .Methodist parsonage
by the Hev. H. H. Washburnc Mr. nnd
Mrs. Kainey will iislile at White River
Thr I'th annual meeting of Hie Men's
Congregational Club of Western Ver
mont was held at the Congregational
Church Tuesda afternoon and the fol
lowing olllcers elected: President, tho
Hev. C. C. Adams of Ksfrex Junction
lice-piesideiit, Henry F. Field of Hut
land; secretary, the Hev. Samuel Hose of
Cornwall; treasurer. Harry A. Collins of
Hramlon; auditor. F. II. Furrlngton of
Brandon; outlook committee, Fred Pease
of Hurllngton. The meeting opened at
three o'clock with huslness session, re
ports of committees and olllcers. This
was followed bv an interesting discussion
of "The Hural Church in Social Service,"
e.pened by the Hev. J. A. Soheiierle, .-cc-letary
of the Pennington County Im
provement society, Manchester, and J. S.
.Moi an, secretary of Aildlsnn County V.
M. C. A., Mlddlebiiry. At seven o'clock
supper was served at the Hrandon Inn to
about .VI members of the club and their
irii-nrls At eight o'clock an address ma
given In the supper mom by the Hev.
Howard A. Hrldgmun, editor of Tho Con
gregatlonallst. llartoii, on "Is Our De
nomination Woith While?" At the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
First National haul; '''aesilay these di
rectors nnd olllcers were elected: Direct
ors. W. II. Wilght. O, II. Young, F. W.
Williams, ii. F. lleiidee, L. A. SaverN, C.
II lloss, A. li. Jones, F. 1-2. Chandler and
W. 1 1. Nutting, presldiut. W . 11. w right ;
lrt-pirsldeiit, H. II. Young; cashier.
Fred W. Hiiggs. The annual meeting or
thr stockholders of the Hl-aiulou National
bank was held Tuesday morning In the
banking looms and these directors nnd
olllcers elected: Director, 12. J. Orms
lice. F. II. Farrlngtiiu. D, D. Hurdltt,
J. 12. Weeks, II. A. Sen err, W. F. Scott,
L. .1. Fortler, 12. II Hutton and T. W.
llnv: nrcsldf'iit. F2. J. Ormsbee, vice.
president. D. D. Huidltt; cashier. W. F.
Scott. The body of .Miss Mary P. Mur
phy, who tiled Saturday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Mary Hlaekmor em' Pearl
street, was taken yesterday on the 1:1.1
train to Albany, N. Y., for burial. J. D.
Murphy accompanied the, remains. The
Missionary society of the Congregational
Church will meet to-morrow afternoon at
two o'clock ut the home of .Mrs. W. II,
llniiison on I'a'tk st t. Miss Kdlth
Howe entertained a number of friends
last evening ut her home on Park stieet.
The lluu. W. F. Walker of Fair Haven,
cashier of tho First Nntlonal bank, ami
foinier senator from llutland county, with
ills daughter, Margaret, was at Dr. Jones'
Batuidav and Sunday. Their Is a cube of
typhoid fever at Levi Mongol's In thl
village and tho house Is under quaran
tine by order of the health ottlccr Tills
Is the third case of typhoid ?nver in Hen
son in the last 20 ycars.-Mrs. Charlei E.
Hltehrock and hrr sifter, Miss Dill of
Pownnl, air spending a few days here.
Mrs. Hitchcock Is the wife of a former
esteemed Congregational paMnr. Revival
meeting ouimi'in e at tin- Methodist
chin lit Miup.U.1 iUfchl. The Hi. In
The funeral of Mrs, Sarah L. .lyde, tlio
oldest native resident of Montpeller, was
held Sunday afternoon at 2:3a o'clock
at thr home of her grnndmolhi r. Mrs. II. i
M. Cutler. The Itev. J. lCdward Wright
olllclated mid Interment was In flreen I
Mount cemetery. Mrs. Hyde was born!
here Drcrmbrr til, 1M7, n the house Ii -used
as the I'nltarlan Criirch parsoiiagi
She was th daughter of Jacob Dodge
and In Kit became the wife of lllcliaid
W. Hyde, whose death occurred 47 yeais
ago. Of live children only one survives,
Mrs. Sarah Ilarbaugli of Seattle, Wash.
Hoth Mrs. Hyde and her husband wero
charter members of tin- Church of tho
Messiah ill 1V,.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Lizzie P.edwa.v Ad
ams, who dropped dead at her lioliir at
I2ast Montpeller upon her return from
accompanying her young children to
school, was h.-ld Sunday nltrrnoon at
thr house. The Itev. Albertle S. Phillips
olllclated. Mrs. Adams was .11 years of
ago and Is survived by n husband, mother
and four children, the youngest but a
Clarence Lull, a lineman for tho Con
solidated Lighting company, received a
broken leg Saturday noon when a' large
pole fell on him. Both bones 111 the left
leg between the knee and ankle were
broken. Ho wns taken to Heaton hospi
tal. Clifford Smith, aged 12 years, son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Joseph Smith, sprained one knee
Saturday when he ran Into a telephone
pole Willie sliding.
Frank A. Hunt, aged So years, died at
Heaton hospital Friday morning after
a Hirer days' lllnrss with Bright' ells
ease. He was born In Brandon and came
to Montpeller with his parents at an ear
ly age. He had liPen blind for 12 years.
Besides his wife he Is survived by an
aged mother, Mrs. l.ydla II. Hunt of
Onuga, Kans., a daughter, Mrs. 12tta M.
Day, of Hanover, N. II., and a son. II.
L. Hunt. The funeral took place
Monday morning at St. Augustine's
Church with Interment in the Catholic
The annual meeting of Bethany Church
was held Friday and i ICO was reported
as raised during the year for benevo
lence. The following ntllcers were rlrrt
"d; Clerk, 1-2, A. Hoadley; treasurer, Ill
ram O. Dell; secretary of deacons' fund,
D. S. Wheatlt-y. W. S. Smith and D. S.
Wheatley were re-elected deacons.
Mrs. Sarah J. Curtis died Monday
morning at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. W. I. Brown, death being caused
by cancer and a fractured hip. Mrs. Cur
tis would have been iW years of ago
on Ffhrunry 3. She was twice married,
her first husband being II. Wood, and
they were the parents of two children.
Mrs. W. I. Brown and George H. Wood
of this city. Her second husband, Co-orge
Curtis, died 12 years ago. A son of her
second marriage, Charles A. Curtis, also
survives. The funeral was held at
tho Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon
nt 2:30 o'clock, the Hev. Mr. Bennett of
Waltsfleld officiating. Interment was
In the Warren cemetery.
The funeral of Charles A. Seymour was
held Tuesday afternoon nt the home of D.
P. Miinslleld. with Interment In the West
Berlin cemetery. Mr. Seymour was born
It: Milton, and resided tor i'i years In
West Bi lilu. After the di nth of his wlto
live yours ago he made his home In this
city. He was fill years of age. He Is sur
vived by one son, I'rank Seymour, of
Ofinge Campbell Monilai sold his
milk route tot.eon Cinwtord. and at tlio
same time he also sold his large dairy.
Mr. Campbell Is tho oldest milk dealer
in point of service In tills city. The Camp
bells have operated u milk reiuto for tij
yeaw. his lather having sold milk to
the soldiers when they were encamped
lu Montpellfi during and after the wai.
on year, there being l.fiori depositors In
the savings department and In tho
commercial. The savings department
shows an Increase of ."0.0,0. Tho Kinder
symphony concert to bo given at the
opera house Tuesday evening under tho
direction of tho Wilder school of music
will present tho following artists: Helen
Merrill, soprano: Martin W. Dougherty,
pianoforte soloist, nnd Marlon D. Jordan,
flute virtuoso of Burlington. Also tho
Wilder studio children's orchestra, whose
personnel Is us follows: Tim Daley, vio
linist; Miss Hclan Daley, clarinetist!
Miss Helen Merrill, vlotn; Bernard
Daley, flutist, and Miss Marguerite.
Daley, glockenspiel. The pianists of tho
evening nrn Mrs. S, II. Holcourt, Miss
Flora M. Hoyco and Mrs. Wilder. Those
playing the parts In the symphony and
tho kitchen concert are the Messrs. Nor
man and Oretn Perkins, Huth Graves,
Florence Pearsons. Barbara Brown, Flora j
Hoyco, Lena Wallace, Ruth Chase, Pau
line Ayers, Annie Palmer, Kathleen
Towne, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Holcourt and
Mrs. Palmer, assisted by tho orchestra.
The condition of 11. W. Demerltt of tho
Mary Fletcher hospital seotn.s Improved.
Mrs. W. L. Wnsson was In Barrr yes
terday, where she spoke before the wom-
I ' . . . , .... i. r1...l
en s nuns. .Mr. tinu .urs. . ..tux
entertained the lllrelimont club at their
home at dinner Tuesday evening.
runnrn rnmi n c
Guilty of Crime Involving Moral
Turpitude Is the Commis
PERJURY IS ALSO CHARGED
drawn from such refusnl and that hn
must take the consequences,"
"Such rerusal, tno statement ny,
together with his manner nnd de
meanor when nsKi-fi concerning thrso
mnttcrs, constitute In our opinion nn
admission of the truth of tho charge
He Is therefore excluded on tho ground
that he nun admitted the commission
of a crime and felony Involving moral
After the hearing General Castn
wns led back to his room, walking1
with a Spanish Interpreter with whom
he talked excitedly, waving his gold
headed cane to emphaslzo his remarks.
His attorney says that pending Urn
appeal ho will try to have tho general
admitted to ball.
Ex-President of Venezuela Will
Appeal to Secretary Nagel
and Then Carry Case
Miss Ida Warren of Northlleld spent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Sarah
Wnrren. Miss Katrena i'urney, teacher
in No. if w-as 111 Monday and unable to
te.-irh. MIhk May Chnmberlln Is 111. -The
ladles of the Home Circle will give on en-
1 tertninment and hash supper In the
I ehuch parlors January 2-.'. Mrs. T. K.
Price and daughter, Bernlce, wcru In
Montpeller Monday, also Mrs. Clem Kellogg.-
F.dson Hill moved his family last
week from Mnrshlleld to the W. C. White
farm. He goes this week to Marshfleld
to drhe his stock to his farm.
The Woodmen hnt t lofted the follow
ing oflleers: Conrul. Mroti L. Prescott;
adIsor, Dow J. Adams, clerk, Frank W.
Guild: banker. Arthur A. Newcomb; es-I
cort. Jesse L. Pike; sentry, F.lmer Mar- !
shall; watchman, Carroll C. Robinson: '
manager, Harb-y W. Humphrey. Meet-i
ings hereafter will be held on tlio llrst '
Friday of every' month. Mrs. L. R.
Bryan went to Montpeller Saturday for
n few days. The Rev. P.. P. Parker,
James W. Steelier, the Misses Gladys
Gllmon and Mlldrisl Greene attended tho
Frte Baptist meeting of the Huntington
association In Shady Bill from Friday
until Sunday. Agnes Dow of Handolpii
spent Sunday with hrr mother, Mrs. Rosa
II. Dow. The Hev. A. D. Page of Colby
vlllo preached In the Baptist Church Sun
day afternoon In the absence of the reg
ular pastor, B. P. Parker. -.James Hayes,
the lrprcsentntlve from Strafford, was In
this place Sunday and Mondav.
New York, Jan. 15. Gen. Don Cipiiano
Castro, former president of Venezuela,
who has been detninel at 12111s Island by
the Immigration oiilrlals for more than
two weeks, to-day was denied admission
to the Fnltcd States by a special board of
Inquiry on the ground that In his ex
amination he had admitted "the commis
sion of a crime and felony Involving moral
In a statement issued by Commissioner
of Immigration Williams, giving the first
explanation for the detention of Castro
and setting forth the findings, of the
hoard. It Is charged that the former presi
dent of Venezuela "has committed fre
quent perjury" by pretending "to be
Ignorant of matters concerning which a
man of his Intelligence and holding the
position which he did. undoubtedly
Castro has nnnounced his Intention to
appeal from the ruling to the secretary
of commerce and labor and his attorney
says that In the event of Secretary Nagol
upholding the board, the rase will bo
taken Into tho courts.
Citing specific parts of Castro's exami
nation the statement of the board says:
"Spenklng of Louis Varola, who sent him
frequent telegrams In regard to the cap
ture and death of Gen. Antonio Paredoi,
i he says: 'I do not know who bo is.' Wo
consider him an unreliable witness. His
testimony to the effect that no foreigners
suffered losses of property through his
actions during the years win n he was
president, we decline to belloM- Ills re
fusal to reply to many questions put to
him bearing upon hU right to land con
vince us that there are damaging facts
which he desired to conceal."
The statement continues with the
declaration "That upon information
from official sources ho was charged
Mi. and Mrs. 11. 1-2. Austin and son,
Thearon. have been visiting relatives In
Burlington a few days. T. J. Ferris was
In Wnltsilebl Tnesil.iv Mrs c m,. a ilia..- With responsibility for th
and Mrs. Joel Raskins of Montiieller nnd killing of Paredes but declined repeat-
Mrs. Vem Turner of W-te rliurv are with ! p"' to ntrr any
HrpnlriiiK City Hnll Will
Ilrgln Next Week.
At a meeting of tho board of flname,
held yesterday afternoon at tho office of
City Treasurer L. C. Grant, tho e m
tructs for the heating, ventilating and
plumbing to be Installed In the present
city hall were awarded to T A Wh -o-lock
on his bid of RMS.
The contract for the carpentry mid
mason work was awarded to John L. Ber
geron & Sons on their fid of $: '!77
Four local plumbing nnd heat nn
firms requisted permission to fig
ure on tho plans They wrro
the G. S. Blodgett company, T
Wheelock, W. H. Buckley & Co nnd
Frank S. I.anoii Son The iw i lap r
firms failed to appear with bid.- it ' u
time of the opening. Th bid of t r G s.
Blodgett company was .Vi,5b'..
Three local contractors rf quest. nl r.
mission to figure on the plans Tht s w
F. A. Deyette, whose bid ivas !3,0:. I
Walker, whose hid was S 1,130 John
Bergeron & Sons, who bid f2,377
Tho bids were submitted on p' ns
specnicaiiun iirrpiiieu ny .wtii"
Frank L. Austin, who wns engaged
the llnancecoinmlttee topreparc plans r r
the alterations to bo made In thr bi d
Ing. Thr bids wrrr opened in tho pr s
ence of all the bidders, the architect nnd
the flnnnce committee.
Prior lo th" opening of the bids 'b
plans and specifications were at the ari. -Itect's
office and were open to Inspeetun
by all of tin- contractors.
It will be necessary for Contractor Hi p
geron to fin considerable woik in the a -ment
of the building before tin- Inst i" i
tlon of the heating apparatus can
commenced. It Is expetted that Mr Ber
geron will start work Monday and Mr
Wheelock will follow ,'S soon as the tin:
room Is ready.
The amount authorized by t'li board or
aldermen to be spent In tho epalr in
the building is SlP.nnfi, The board of e.n
ance expect to use the sum repiesen d
by the difference between the totat ar
proprlatlon and the sum of the "'itr ts
awarded, which Is $2,CJo, to over anv
trns that may appear and to fit u
Interior and exterior of the nt Iding
Franklin Grtffoth, who is
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mr.s.
Frank Hubbard Monday. Louvlna Sa
bln, who ha.s been critically 111 the past
week from pneumonia. Is still In a seri
ous condition. There Is no Improvement
In the condition of Henry l.caeh. Mrs
llarley Wheeler was called to Marsh
Held Sunday on account of illness in the
family of her sister, Mrs. Sulliatn. Lee
Daniels has bought the hay on the Hanks
Te funeral of George Stone, who died
of Hrlght's disease, wns held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Palmer Mondav.
, the Rev. Mr. Bennett officiating. Tho
I Rev. anil Mrs. W. A. Remele are passing
a two weeks' vacation In Hoston and New
I York'. Miss Orris McAllister returned to
her school work In Randolph Tatlurday,
after spending a three weeks' vacation at
home.-Mrs. Hugh Balrd spent the first
of the week In Waterhury. J. D. Thomp
son of Norwich was in town Saturday and
Sunday. The Rev. W. B. Dukeshlre will
give a l. ciuro at the Methodist Church
Information, or to
give the government any Information
In regard to the latter's death. He
refused to either affirm or deny his
trullt. even after he had been warned
that unfavorable Inferences would
(From the Galveston Ne-vs )
There are a thousand l s in wlii.
man can make a donki of li'mseK,
he can never go wrcm. t. llnm
ouiiR mother that the a looks
be 1 her and Is beautiful
SUGGESTS CHANGE IF
Wold lias been received qf the death
at his homo In North Dakota of Judge
Charles F Teinpletoii. a native of this
tow n. --Jasper Wheeler is ill with chicken
pnx al tlio ilium- of Ins aunt. Mrs. Lottie
Templet. ui Mis. Lucina Kills, widow of
tile late Wan i n 12111s, died at the home
of her Mstrr. Mrs. funic Darling, on
i'hursila, amd 71 years. Mrs. 12111s had
been an inialhl for mam eais and Is
sun ived l, ,,ii,. daughter, Mi- 'li.imi.-ey
Gould of Walerbury.
Al tin- annual mooting of the Cnuuiegn
tlnnnl i inn cli held In tin chapel Tliurs
dav evening tin- followiiu. ollli'els w ere
ole.-ti.l: Cleru. p. L. Knight, trcasuier,
Mrs. G. S. Hldwoll; auditor, A. II. Smith;
music i nnunltter, c. f. Graves, i-2. 12.
Campbell ami t . II. fl.iik. Reports of
tile rnuillliini tile ciuil'lil mid lis
auxiliary wink weir fav.ir.iM."
Ge.irglc Ilia: . tin- iiiai'-ioitl-oiil son of
Mr. and Mrs. Georgv Hbn. was badly
inn i wlille coasting on the Colliyvllle
lilll Fiiil.iy. He cn.ustc.l into a hydrant!
and his head was badly cut. His condi
tion Is ns fas ni able a.s possible. Mr. and
Mrs, Ralph Peako are the parents of
a ilaugliter. Mi's. 1-2. 12. Campbell en
tertained Thursday night at dinner tho
committee thai worked In the kitchen for
the chicken. pie dinner of tho church.
Mrs. J. W Canerdy was calleel to Walts
IK'ld Saturday by tin illness of her
mother. The Waterhury boys beat Troop
12. Kith ''alvaiy, of Fort ICthan Allen In
u game ,,f basketball Saturday. -'At tho
annual meeting of the Knights of Pythias
the following officers were elected: Chanr
ccllot cnmniandr, ICrnest Hilshbrln; vice,
chancellor commander. Nelson Vns.
far, pielate, p, D. lCdwards; mas
ter of works, G S,
keeper of records ami seals
12. Cimpbc-ll, nuibler of linn lice, W. H.
fletpir. master ol est In quel', Dr. II. 11.
l"ull.iton niaMii- nt ami", carl Mullen
back, trustee lor three icais. A. 1-2. l-.'d-win
The annual meeting of the Waterbuiy
Sinlugs Bank ,M Trust company was held
Tuesday and the following directors elect,
ed Senator W. P. Dillingham. George
W Mnrse. James F. Sbliunan. C. C
Ciims, W. B. Clark, f M'Mulion,
Sluwc, II. (J. Whlttihlll, W. 12. June of
Waltstiold. The director then elected th
following olllcers: Piuldtnt. Senator
nilllngluim; vice-president, c f Ornvc.ii
'errot.in, II. C. WhltrhHI. tlfiislirer. V.
H flaik, assistant III isurd'. I' J"s"
1 'I Irlli i. .Mis I'.iiiuiii ilrlllin 1 ''
1 -llx has had ,u ext. t-jilWiniU I'lufl'iH'-
Rafaelo .Jighettl, Central Vermont rail
way section foieman, and his brother,
Pusquale Maghettl, who works on the
track, were arrested Friday by Constable
John D. Wheeler and were given a hear
ing before Hon. R. J. Flint. Justice of the.
peace. They were bound over to countv
court, ball being fixed at $lmn, on a
charge of breaking the sen! of a fi eight
oar Oetobei Zi last In the Central Ver
io. nit uiilway yard at this place. They will
'ii be e.'iirgi-l Willi breaking Into tho
car house on October 11. They were taken
lo Woodstock Satunlay ami placed In .tall
to await trial. Constable Wheeler thinks
he has overwhelming evidence against
the men. Goods taken fiom the car In
eiuticii tnreo welis of cloth consigned to
G, B, Fish, a Stocklniilge storekeeper.
and a large lot of lumbermen's rubbers
and otliei supplies for a stoic in Pitts
Hold. .Mr. Wheeler nlu has a watch and
leMilvrr found on the men, which lo
inimeii to a ii. n wno lived iii tiie car
luiiise. Mehin )!. Davis arid Miss Pantile.
nnniweii, noin or stockbrldge, wero mar
nod I uesday oven In. Januarv 7. nt the
home of Fred O. Williamson In this vll-
llage, the Rev. J. Wesley Miller perform
ling the ceremony. Prof. Raymond Mnc-
I Farland of Mlddlebury lectured Friday
evening at tho town hnll under the
i auspices of the Women's club. D. U
('hadwck Is 111 with the grip.
Tht Rev. W. S. Smlther.s of Montpeller.
district superintendent, preached In the
-Methodist Church Sunday morning.
Mrs. Julius Messer, who has been very
III the past week, Is much more comfort
able. At tin- annual meeting of the
radios' Aid of the 'Methodist Church the
f.tllnvilnR. nlll.,r l.-l. l)..!-
' I .lent. Mrs, Julia Kidder; vice-president.",
- . Mt-u full., r i .t
..mill, ...ten i.tiint aiui so, ttin.
Alice Bnines: secretary and treasurer,
Mrs. Lllla Harvey.-Mrs. Claude Farr Is
very 111 As Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ken
nedy were returning from f uncock 'on
Friday, the horse became frightened by
.some object at the side of the road and
threw thrtn both out of the sleigh. Their
Injuries, however, are not ns soilous as
at 111 k t thought.
"I thought you told m you were piylnj
for an auto."
"So 1 was."
"I don't see any nuln."
"Vou'liavi-n't Pinked In tip, light place
Go liink in in, ii n it vi s gniage" llinisliin
Reception at Capitol instead of
Ball with Bills Paid by
iincT nn yrATC
MUOI UI! IVILHIO
flOTi WYi an f n n rl O til or Rt.H T1 Pfl
ilj V UllV NHW wvvj..M
Net Growers 17.2 per Cent.
Less Than Last Year.
Washington, Jnn. H President-elect
Wilson's Inauguration In the opinion of
Secretary of the Interior Fisher should
be celehiated by a "popular" reception in
the rotunda of the national capital, to
which there should be "no charge what
ever for admission. Instead of by an
Inauguration ball, as in the past, with
a. companvlng concert and supper lu
pension building to which admission Is
charged. Mr. Fisher expressed this view
to-da in a letter to Senator Southerland
and Representative Sheppard, chairmen
respectively of the Sennte and House com
mittees en public buildings and grounds
Th- time h.is arrived," says the secre
tary In w I ose department Is tin- pension
bureau. ' i"i' n.nl. 'ng a fundamental
change in lie method of i ele'.iratlng the
Inauguration of th" president of th
Fnltcd States TP should bf, Inaugurated
in a mann.-r lilting the dignity and Im
portance of 'be occasion. It should pot be
left to the v..!tintar action of public,
spirited cltlxons T most respectfully and
earnestly suggest that Congress itself
should ti'ko charge of the Inauguration
celebration and make the necessary ap
"An appropriation of $1"0.0-M would in
volve far loss loss to the taxpayers of
the nation than Is Incurred directly and
Indirectly In the existing practice."
To moot the expenses of Inauguration
balls In the past, a charge of $5 has been
made lot tickets and 5n cents to eaoh of
the subsequent conceits, with extra
charges for the supper, seats In the
grandstand and so on
General organization of the Inaugural
parado was to-day made puhllc by Major
General Wood, grand marshal. The first
division will be commanded by Gen. W.
W Wltherspoon. I'. S. A., consisting of
representatives of the army and marine
corps. Including the corps of cadets at
Washington. Jan f- The farmer
was sharing th" pn.l'.ts if the i
creased cost of living a- far as t' e
prices paid for meats on December 1 "i
last compared with those of a vt-i
ago, according to figures announce l
bv tho department of agriculture '
the same time the farmer wns r
thelcelving less for Ills staple c- ps C n
he did In 1311.
Avernge p-lcrs r.
ducers on December
hogs selling at $.fi r
an Increase of $1 17
cattle at J5.33 wore
veal calves at to ss
1". list shiw
lr ndrod in'i
over 1111 ' .
'..fi cents I Igb
.s 1 1
WI I I
West Point nnd midshipmen at Annap- ( higher,
.ill-. Gen. Albert Mills, I'. S, A., will ,
command the second division consisting
of organized militia and cadets from
schools and colleges. The marshal lor
the third division, consisting of veteran
and patriotic societies and orginir.atlons
Including the Grand Army of the Repub
lic and Spanish War veterans has not
yet boon .-luted Robert M. Parker will
command the fourth division conslhting
of civic organizations, clubs and societies,
A thousand Princeton I'nlverslty stu
dents and a big delegation from the
Wondrow Wilson College Men's League
lu Now York will march In the parada.
higher; sheep at ,M ?' wore !
higher, an I lambs .t " "
cents higher. Hogs . ai i
sheep wer- lower il'-r i
Prices paid to finne '
crops on January 1 -
17.2 per cent, lower th- ' . t
time last ..'rar. ' m t
than In PHI. 17.3 nor .tin 1-m
In 1010. 5.11 per cent lower thi
and 7 7 per cent. I owe- than ' 1
Corn at IS.O cents a ' ushel w
cents lower; wheat at 71 2 cents
12 cents lower: oats nt 32 2 cents
1-1 fant li.tt-..,. n.ivlm .it ii ( ct i t
was 37 cents lower, rvo at fit s cents
was 19 cents lower, bu k wheat at
at f 1.06 was ! cents lower imtntot
ai nu. ii cenis were .n cent-, nui'-i, o-.'
at ll b'. a ton was ?:i lower and eggs
Southern farmers were rei eiving
12.2 cents a pound for their cotton.
3.S cents more than a year previous
i.ii.i-i in - -. , ....... ......
of a cent higher; chickens at m.
ana wool ai if-t. ee-un ....o ...in- w...
WHY III. PUI CHT -eil' M
Captain Hoiild Amundsen, tin) noted
Norwegian explorer, was fornierl lecog.
nlzed for tin- Urst time In the l'nltei
States Saturday night as the dlcoverer
of the South Polo, and bonoied for his
nchlt vemcnl wlh u special gold medal
by the Nattouul Utogmplilc society at Its
unnliaj banquet Ifi Washington, tthfc he
WV the tfuetit c-f honor. Beside Captain
Amundson fit rVar Admiral Robert K.
Peary, V S. N.. retlicd. to whom tlfb
so. ifh li.o .Mars ago g,,v a smitlar
ini tial. i"i oJlilzIng liliu as Hn tllscni 1 1 r
of lilt: N-uth Pule.
lnter nn no i-.ir.n- m i n..-. . .......
"W ell. In w did
"Wh. it wn
pMlctli like the Rnrk
but It wns fin- al'
bought some sca-rabs
"You didn't let mo see
As ho fumbled about
able Utile specimens, b.
II came annul
"You know t lint place, half wiy up
where the stones Jut t. i W i' whet
we got their. 111., i i. ...id -i-.ibs stop
pnl nnd said, 'S.i. iinsii r this is tin
iilacu wheio they Inn scarabs I lookei
down and saw that il was "on f(.
clean diop to the Lopcm and 1 said tha
Tork Evening Post.
Til. W llll
til. S.llll- Mill
I' I t I H I ....-- -
Wiion someone derides to sell a no
longer-used article, nt a ei'ivd-hanil'
lo bo Ko.".l iimws to a cni'il lUJny (ollga.