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ER 30, 1920.
Roosevelt Highway Marked Out
With Exception of Few Miles
in Montana M. L. Powell
f MAINE, JOINT' MEETING OF
AND SUGAR MAKERS
III FERRY LIME
AN ASSURED FACT
The 61st nnnual meeting of the Ver
mont Dairymen's association and the 28th
annual meeting of the Vermont Sugar
Elected Director Of Eastern Makers' association will be held jointly
I In this city on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Section Plans for Summer
Vermont and the Green Mountain branch
Thursday, January 11, 12 and 13.
As ulroady announced In the Freo
Press, most of the day sessions will be
Sold at the Unlvorslty gymnasium, and
tho usual exhibits will bo placed In the
DI Uie noosevcil international ii.R.ivvay ( ,)asoball cagfi A ,unch wu bo Berv0(1
woclatlon has been honored by the elec-i nt onn 0.clock wh day ,n commons
lion or max u. roweu, oi mis city, .,.., nrtlarn. , ln rvmnaslum. for tho
fllrector of this organization for the east
ern section, which Includes New York
and the New England States, and also
as vice-president of tho national organi
sation of the Koosevolt highway. Mr.
Powoll. who has been for more than a
year the president for Vermont of the
Roosevelt International Highway nsso.
convenience of patrons of tho conven
Tho dlfforont State breed associations
will hold meotlngs on Tuesday evening,
Liberal prizes will bo given for tho best
dairy and maplo products.
rrhn na.n..lnilnn ...III hnTA v.A1
elation, has recently returned from a trip banquot Tnursdny evening, January 13,
to the northwest. Mopping off at Du- ftt HoM Vcrmonti After fllnnpr
JUW. Minn., me neaoquwierii oi ... .,., ogresses nn
...1. Llnh.H In . .,.. .1 n HiAAt nv nf ' 1
of Amherst, Mass.: "Advertising Our
Products," W. tJ, Crockett of tho Univer
sity of Vermont.
0:30 p. m. Complimentary dinner given
by tho Worcester Salt company to mem
bers of tho association at tho Hotol Ver
mont WEDNESDAY EVENING
(At Van Ness House dining room)
Will Connect Westport and Es
iiriii. rrii nn!n4 at the church parlors on Christmas' night
sex With Thompsons Point t )x 0,cock undor the d,rectlon f Httrry
and Basin Harbor, Service Be
ing Given by Boat That Will
Carry 16 Automobiles
was glvoiVUndor tho direction of MIhh
Margaret Patten, Herrlck T acombcr and
flhlrley Bandors were a small boy and
girl; Froderlck Webster, Frank Shcdd
and Norman Sparhawk weto Bhophcrds
Rnd Evelyn Mower an an angle, sang a
-I .. i i..,.. . . l.
u, ibuiiius uAciumeB well? neiu lur mo . tt m,ir -
members of the beginners' and primary State Publicity Bureau Hears NEW Y. M. C. A. WORKER
departments of the First Baptist Church,
NAME FOR THEMSELVES ;
t tn the nma ritm,n i"v U'wr.
t.elves would like to receive shou'd Wy
spend tho summer in the itv Whtn
plenty of the right sort of people have
"n rounti to care for vacaMonlstf. thorn
Is no doubt but that Vermont will bo.
come ono of tho lcadlne- vano
i of tho country.
As a result of a meeting at the Hotel
For- ' Sherwood Tuesday night at which E. N
I. Ford, superintendent of tho school,
Prayers, songs and recitations by the
members of the classes composed tho
program, after which Santa Glaus gavo
each of tho children a box of candy from
the treo. The church parlors were filled
with tho children, their parents and
CONCERT AND CANTATA
The evening services at both the Bnp-
HOW Proper Care Of Summer J- E- S'nnwcr Coming In January an
I Addltlonnl Statr Secretary
Visitors is Bringing Returns Tho business committee of the Stat
. , tvt l r c,0:nm1l,tP0 of '"o Young Men's Christian
in Increasing Number Ol Associations of Vermont held Its second
December meeting Tuesday nrf-moim
Those Who Come to Vermont '"i shenvood. Dean j. l. mils, om
chairman of the committee, presided.
Secretary Clark gave his report of the
. , , , . 1 wrk during the lost three weeks, and a
In connection with tho establishment or number of Items of business wero trans
new summer hotels In Vermont and tho acted.
Roosevelt highway, to attend a meeting of
the directors. It was there that he was
chosen for the offices mentioned above,
i Tho meeting In Duluth was attended
by the presidents of tho Stato branches
of the association, the States of Now
York, Montana, Wlsoonsln, Minnesota,
North Daltta and Vermont being rep
resented. The meeting occupied two days
of very Interesting discussion while map
ping out the work for next yoar. It waa
muslo will bo the order of the evening.
Congressman Frank L. Greeno will be
The comploto program of tho conven
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 11
20 p. m. Invocation, the Rev. C. J.
Staples; address of welcomo, J. Holmes
Jackson, mayor of Burlington; response
of sugar-makers, C. T. Purlngton of Bur
voted to establish a budget for next year j Hngton; response of dairymen, George
of 110,000 for tho use of the national of- II. Torrlll of Morrlsvllle; roport of seere
fiee. Each Stato through which the I tary and treasurer, sugar-makers; presl-
Roosevclt highway passes will be assess
Id according to the mlleago of tho high
way In that State. Tills will bring Ver
mont's assessment under this rule to $500
One of the plans for the coming Bea
ton la to get Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., to
take a trip over the Theodore Roosevelt
International highway from Portland, Me.,
to Portland, Ore., during the summer,
with special receptions and entertainment
dent's address, S. A. Badgfr, president
Sugar-Makers' association; business ses
sion, Sugnr-Makers' association.
8:00 p. m. Session In charge of Vermont
Jersey Cattle club.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 12
10:00 a. m. President's address, S. L.
Hurrls, president Dairymen's association
roport of secretary and treasurer. Dairy
far him along tho route whtch waa named men's association; "Marketing Co-opera.
for his father. Tho details of this plan tlon," Prof. G. N. Colllngood of Cornell
left in the hands of Mr. Powell, as University; "Ice Cream," Prof. II. B.
8:00 p. m. "Conservation of Maple
ests," W. G. HaBtlnKs. chiof forester of Ooodsell, of Alliurg, explained mo pru- u. umu, increase in tho Stato's summer lounsc i was mat nr
Vermont "Mar i Milk Andrew Bore- Joct for the proposed Wcstport-Es.ox J'Z TchrirtmE business. " Interesting to note com- Sn'" f"r
land, dary husbandman. University of Mry. to he put in operation early next special Christmas music. A Christmas t , , u rot:0ivoil by tho Stale wrK of the Y. M. C. A. In Vermont. For
Pennsy 4Tla- "Purp "PrM. Frank E. Mcintosh, president of concert was , given by the Bible school PubHelty Burfau ln connectlon wlth nil. Mm- the comml ten has felt that
Food Council " wT P B llockwood of the Burlington Chamber of Commerce, of the Bapt st Church last evening at vertsln for tno now 1M1 edu,on of l)le another Mcrrnry should be addo.l to the
Am .er,t Muss ockwood or prpflaoai VM nuthorlzed to appoint alx o'clock. At the First Church, a num- hQt , nnKd boardlnj house directory which "0,n'""' J1" N'- nrk.
' 'IUS L rnmmUfnn in nMnmimny Mr. Goodsell her of special musical selections wero u ,. '',.. ,,,. . .,. T,lf.vr Walter E. McGovcrn. and-slnce Septem-
THURSDA MORNING. JAN. 13 , puUln(? the propo!)1Uon for the sale of Riven, the principal part of the Program ' of tnQ Hmaop ber 1-T Edwnrd Todd, whose work has
"Present Day Problems In Feeding." tock In tho company bofore Burlington being tho singing of the cantata. "Tho d villages are gradually making 1,,ron ""j' wln rnntlnuo to bo with tho stu-
T. C. McNutt of Amherst, Mass.; "Why 1 merchants. It Is hoped that the mor-Born King." a Tamo for themselves an summer re- dents of the State.
Maple Sugar Making Yields Small 1 chttntl, nn(1 business men of Burlington I At the BnpUst Church, the program In- r h h ummcr mnlp, for The new Hecretnrv Is I. E. Munger. who
Profit." F. II. Abbott, Eastern States nmi vicinity will subscribe for $3,000 eluded Lunderbruchl's "Canronetta" as " u . , established In '" 'md a ong and successful experience
association; "Some Later Investlgotlons worth of stock. A good start has already ,a Prelude! Christmas hymns by the eon- , j" numbers In the Stato aro doing ,ri ""Wlatlon work. For the past aovrn
on Bovine Infections, Abortion and Sug- ,Mn made, $1,300 having been pledged In Rregatlon; solo, "Tho Star of Bethle- T IncreLo tho summer business. , ,,n h?" "fn ,hc fr'"crr" retary
gestlons for Its Control." Dr. C. E. ioo dollar shares, most of this being hem." by Adams, sung by Mrs. P. mTn" '"C
Smith, department of animal Industry, signed for at Tuesday evening's mooting. I "P1"1-0 and prayer; an- ! L j.PIn sewon Vb-i tho b.-st we '"tlon has a modern building which
U. S. department of agriculture. This automobile ferry proportion, as . them. "There Were Shepherds." by 'r , h"d 0"r elevnn years here? . a, m''PfhJP ?f S'm of
THURSDAY AFTERNOON outlined by Mr. Goodsell, Is for tho ... zeroises by children and young ft whom 7 are boys, and has h,en carry-
..vi ijjiuu.. wihtnii nf n fnrrv fnnchlnp nt four People of the Sunday school address i ,vo n"u '"lr ""U!"J 'yy- """"' n:? ,m a largo program of work ln that
"Gilt Edgo Maple Sugar," W. H. h2'monL?f. nmrtor: benediction: Dixie's In tho village filled with tho whole ,
the director for tho eastern district. Mr.
Powell expects to orange a personal con
ference with Mr. Roosevelt ln New York
DmimiBa P Tt T. I . t I T. r-
In the near future and to talk over with .', ' T-- ..,'.
Mm at that Ume the plans for the trip, i ""2 p " .Tm,i " t n
i ..u. m! xf- . Brpedlng Farm Animals,' J. C. McNutt
be able to arrange, also, a banquet at the
Hotel Vermont for members of the Roose
velt Highway association, at which Mr.
Roosovelt will bo tho guest of honor.
.During the meeting at Duluth, F. J.
XMIIatreault, of Duluth, the originator of
the Idea of the Roosevelt International
Vaiighan; "Dairy Sanitation," A. A. Bore-
land; "Farm Management," speaker from
United States Farm Bureau; business
meeting, Dairymen's association: election
of officers; bannuot evening1, Congress
man Frank I. Greene, toastmaster.
THE WOMAN'S AUXILIARY
(Business meeting held at the Billings
Library, January 12, 2:30 p. m.)
Remarks, Vice-President Mrs. H. M.
Farnham; resolutions on doath of Mrs.
H. K. Brooks. Mrs. Fred H. Blckford;
election of president; new business.
4:00 to 0:00 p. m. Reception by woman's
department of tho University of Vormont
(Meeting hold at roof garden of Hotel
Vermont, January is,' 2:30 p. m.)
Music, Van Ness orchestra; greetings,
tho president; talk, "Tho Importance of
Correct Posture," Miss Marrlon Young,
physical Instructor for girls at Mlddlo
bury College: music, Mrs. II. J. Johnson
of Montpelier; address, "Tho Work of
the Red Cross," Cheney C. Jones of Bos
ton, assistant division manager, Red
Cross work for New England.
nrlnftntil nnlntn nn T.nkn nhnmnlaln.
wfrrt nmi T7.v nn thn Now "Proolamatlon" as the pontlude.
Ynrlt slrln ntirt Thmnnnnn's Point and Tn tho singing of the cantata.
lower noor or me noiei except imnor j,r 3tun(,er a,,0 Sfirved M the Renerai
and office) thrown open Into a dining ,...,. nf M, n,sor,.finn nt Houston.
r n - Yi tt t i i a l. in hiii in ui inn Jiuni iiinoa in nt:i- rr . .
Basin Harbor on the Vermont side. It Is '"K. v w.o . - - ..,,... to RatIsfv them J J 1 r . , it,",,Dl ""ereKL
noRslhlp nlso that thin ferrv may touch Flrat Church, the regular quartet, tlnf "e'P- w 0 manaeil to satlsiy mem that ho oman,,ed llle association nt Jack
Et BurtmKton early In tho wring and Mesim. Cota, Bell, MHllngton and Kll- ' expect a good number of them next ,OIUiI ,, cr(lctp(1 t)lo m0(lprn
l l I f,l .l ! hoT, of the ttry. was assisted by tho following young. , sson. Wo aro fortunate In the class of buI(1n th(r(1. nro nwnlif.,, tho first
-o Watklns, Miss Lucille P-P.e we get. Many who co d well Bf. la, f cotton m.,1 operatives In
iuuriffin una ibTiunim lnimK. nn- r." inn aoum. ,il urernv . o. l.. h h erucit-i
The Woitport-Essex Ferry company,
Inc., of which Mr. Goodsell Is president.
and Mr. Worman, treasurer of the West-
pranos; nnd the Misses Florence Dow and penslvo places, seem content to come lhn (lrst t,Uian(. for tnat work. Pro
Ardelle Towno, altos. 'ere, and they bring to tho town talunt vloiisly ho waj the Stnte student secretary
iiesiacs me caniaia, tncro was omer " - - n-v ol mwn, inp ,rnir seun'iiiry oi .ninsuuri.
K.tiZrn ni, i. I'PMlnl mulo at ttio First Church Simdny the place. Somo of the mothers of tho nn,i iatur of New Hampshire At ono time
nn.rt fl TX ..A?iVrnm thn'vonlng. The prelude was Gounod's K'rls at Camp Wlnneshowauka stay with ho represented the International commlt
m, 5.iXt u?S ?tlmi,S "Nazareth." The remainder of pros-nm . b and many nf the parents stop over a ,on of th( Y. M. C. A. In Its work in the
20 feet wide. It will devolop 350 horse-
Included a hymn: evening lesson- another night or two during tho time their chll- olty of Mexico. He was also pngaged In
power, has electric lights, steam heat, hymn: prayer; offertory, Chopin's , "Noe
shower baths, state rooms, and every- rae as a violin solo by Dudley Platka;
thing up-to-date. Some work will bo nee ca.ntat" "hrt "ddresses by the pas
essary in tho spring to widen tho boat for , hlnl hymn; benediction : post-
rj'lng purposes When this work Ib I ' nuuo.ujan ny imnuoi.
AUTO DRIVER IN COURT
Henry Tromblcy of Cnmbrldire Chnrjtx'rt
With Cni-elme Operation ot Machine
Tho greater part of Monday afternoon
highway, was re-elocted president of the w,atakcn, ,n clt' court th hearing
msocIaUon for tho coming year. ThU as- tthe testimony of witnesses In tho case
oclatlon Is divided Into three districts, ? he Stfe ,vs- J!pnry TromWey of Cam-
tho oastrrn. th contra nrt thn wMfnm. MA- who Is charged with operating his
nnd the directors from each of theso dls-
automoblle on October 18 In a careless and
trlct. .together with the president, make neKSnt ""inner, when Madeline Fortln,
ti dd.ui-jwviu fti.i. it its wmi
Injured. Several witnesses were called
up tho executive committee of the as
oclatlon. It was voted th'dt the directors
elect at a later date a permanent secre
by tho State's attorney to testify for tho
ln tn mob. !,( . l T,..l.. wmw lilt umy WUI1CBM Ulllieu UJ
' ;Vr ." ".,,T . I , Attorney M. G. Lear- for the defense was
completed, this boat will hare a carrying
capacity of 10 automobiles and 100 people.
CAPITALIZED FOR $30,000
This company Is capitalized at $30,000.
It Is estimated that about $10,000 will be
needed to do the work on tho "Admiral
DINNERS FOR 550
dren are there. This season we had to mission work ln India for three ypars.
send some guests to Lancaster, slnco we Mr Munger was born In Iowa nnd Is a
wero full, and they had not made rcser- graduate f tiie state University of Iowa,
vatlons ahead. Wo try to keep a few He Is a member of the Baptlit Church,
places for transients as we like to havo and has been a member of thn board of
them as well as our regular guests." trustr.es at Ottawa. Ho has also been a
Dorset Is another small village that Is mfmber of the Rotary club, the University
developing Into a busy summer resort, club, the Cnnndlnn club and other or
Thls Is another Instance of where many i ganlzatlons of the city. Mrs. Munger has
moro applied than could be cared for. Ono , been an actlvo worker In tho Woman's
person with accommodations for 12 peo- Auxiliary and tho church. They havo ono
lo in her place, had 120 applications and child, a daugmer rour ana one-ruin jcara
k t pui into operation eany next spring
w I Westport has already subscribed for $4,'
IS 090 worth of stock and ready to tak
ClirlNtmim Party nt inBh School Hall
under Auspice of Kllfa Club
Numerous local lights of stanlnnn.
together with a number of visiting ontor
Girorromi Contributions Enable Snl-n.
tlon Army to IMiitrlhute 10.' IIONkrls
One hundred and five baskots wero dls
and Bntnin tho landlnir nlncos at the trlbuted by tho Salvation Army Christmas not nnlv flllpd her nwn homo but thoso of old,
points mentioned so that tho ferry can day to as many families In this city and her neighbors also. Among Dorset's spe- Tho committee feels much pleased to
t put Into operation early next spring, winoosw. tno baskets being equivalent clal attractions, besides the mountain sreuro a man oi .nr. .uungii a kuiuio
to bM ainnere. in addition to the donation scenery and good automobile roads, aro anu experience, no wm uckiu u
take uHBiteia, me army aiso amea mo wives thn go f links, whirl) are open to summer inf m jujiuw)
moro. It Is the deslro of the officials of anil ramllles of outsldo of Burlington of guests at club rates.
tho company, however, that tho stock bo seven men who are serving tlmo In silver Lake in Barnard is a possibility
prcad out over as much territory and in Prisons. j tha( se0)ns to havo been overlooked by
the hands of as many different Individ- , In tho course of the distribution many t,e owners and managers of boys' and
uals as possible. pitiful cases were found by the Salvation Kris- camps as well as by hotol men. Yet
With this Idea In view, Mr. Goodsell Army officials. Families were found that Inst ycar uarnal had Its quota of sum-
camo to Burlington to put the matter be- wore practically eating their lastblteof food mer peopie. one tourist who came has
foro tho merchants and business men of ard If It had not been for tho thoughtful- U)ready booked accommodations for hlm-
thls eoctlon. He pointed out Tuesday n,ss of the army and the generosity of Bclf an', ton other guests for next August,
that this ferry will be of great advan- the public these people would have had thus tnnis t0 capacity one house cater-
tago to Burlington tradesmen. Burling- to go without the Christmas dinner. In lntf lo HUll)mer hoarders.
...... ... . .. n,l,llttnn . n -l,vttMn., Knt,AB ...nr.,t I
150 AROUND TREE
ton being the largest city In this section, addition to Christmas baskets, wood and
nnd to give his entire time to tho work.
.,. . , r.. . . .. irumuiey nimseu. ine eviuenco as miro
Nation nT f , m" 1 I""" Y the State tended to show thn
It ' UnS.'? tho0r8anUatJon,Trombley woe driving on tho wrong sld,
of the work.
According, lo reiwrts submitted at the
Trombley himself. The cvldcnco as Intro
of the road when the accldont occurred.
tnlners, delighted a good-sized audience 1 on either sldo of the lake, largo numbers oal wero distributed to needy families.
gathered in tho Edmunds High School
Monday evonlng at tho Christmas
party tno auspices of tho Kllfa
club. An hour of varied enter
tainment was followed br danc.
, . , ,r . 1 lne witness was rTCQ tu. v arner l ng until one o'clock th Vin Mo..
Mte- Sr'Si 11 SSU 'rJhmghe
Lt;Mrifern0tafW tithTrt;u.talned ' r.njrKlTXrn n Austin acted as
tnlle- of roai In Moytana, where govern- be, aout w feet from whero tho acclacnt ! mBlltef cPI "onto rltn J.w.i
ttent road Vork niust be done before np,,Li H little Madeline coming m, pr"monles fr tho entertain-
o)qrfmericalh,: T"Z W According to his MI-MkSIS, 1,
ohmk, iAwU hTu?hc:n.onbetX L,0 tl Vot I Z S'hlSS' XTJ
tothaj found Oj; the Rosevelt lnternatlon- ,1nK along, struck her nnd knocked her ' sentatlon of
jlhighwMAd President Powoll of tVf down. Warner further testified that he ' a" f Dutebm-,n Ver, n
Vermont bnfich Is of tho opinion a& was of tho oplnlon tnat he car was pro- How Columbus Dlecowr-d Amirtrn "
h rtren MSnntnln oAotinn nf h . . . Columbus Discovered America."
..j , ceeain at Olwi ml .iuvui i iitlicn jjbi Thf rtn, nn.nillntif In
,..anr Part fVr hen he Baw 14 an? thn.t thf " Jes'tures i this humor
BK1 TRAFFIC ON ISLANDS
The reports of tho season from Grand
Local Snlvntlon Army Gives Annual
Tho nnnual Christmas troo was held
Tuesday by tho Salvation Army in its
hall on Church street with on attendance
of nearly 1C0 "kiddies." many of tho chil
dren being accompanied by their parents.
The tree was prettily decorated with the
usual Christmas decorations and was
j lighted by electric candles. There were
toys enough no that each child present
received one. as well as a stocking con
taining an orange, an apple and candy.
The Army Is Indebted to tho W. G. Rey
nolds company for contributions oftoya
the tour froh coast to coast.
on of volco and
am not wju.m u..J .h.m. uciu.u tno npprovnl ,,f IU nU(Jpncp,
tuni.ng me corner. urn Tho rpaI foatu f h 0v0nln!..8 cntpr.
'JP IZlnntl 1 , ,, . ;'lltaCTt w '"0 hftrp selections by Miss
?r ,'bU. l0" ZZ " .h"bPJn""b nMl1'0"'90 "TiH. a younff lady who has al-
Other witnesses called by thn. State were
WREN LESLIE'S BEGAN IX 18S5
Butter. fd at 28 cents a pound, and
rgge at 25cents a dozen, retail.
The battle-ground of the world was pre
riaely whiro It is to-day in the south of
iCyrusFleld and Peter Cooper had just
lator laid the Atlantic cable. l" , ' ., i, w..-- ,,.,, ., "he wns recalled for threo encores, which
nt ntni. tn tv..r.n. tt...v nn.i and In some Instances now shoes and
n,h .n-n. in fhn, ..iini... ,tt in stockings to children. Worn clothing that Isle county are equally satisfactory and
come hero to trado, and this ferry, which was contributed was also distributed. I show an enormous amount of nutomobilo ,
The army Christmas treo will bo held ! touring through the Islands. By Dccom-
wlll give them splondld opportunity to Jn tho Salvation Army hall at St'.fc Church ber 1 ono Island tamp had Its place book-
.in .m ! street Friday evening at seven o'clock, i ed moro than full for July and August.
' nT. atwavt triT-c The tr, wl" he decorated with toys. I The proprietor of this camp says, "There j and to the Crystal Confectionery com-
xuuki&t Al)VA.TAOLb games, candy, etc.. and each child present lis no ouestlon about tho multitude coming i pany for candy a well as to the public
Mr. Goodsell spoke, also, of the nd- wlll receive a Christmas stocking. Many , to Vermont when wo are ready to take as a whole for their generous contribu-
vantage trom tnc standpoint or mo tour- tickets have been given out to children
1st. Ho said that the large majority of and It Is estimated that there will be be-
tho tourists who travel bewcen New York tween 125 and 150 children present.
and Montreal now go up or down the i
New York sldo of the lake, because they TJTTSJH OVPR
do not like the dusty roads of Vormont. VLJO" iJ ' lLX
They often remark that th'ey would like IjOCT,, pantottirr Xorr Oprrntln on
to seo soma of the Vermont scenery, if .., . . .
they could avoid tho dusty roads. Mr. """"""r na-.l.lr. Post Heavy
Ooodsell declared that a large number Postmnster James E. Burke stated last
of these tourists will take advantage of evening that the Christmas rush was ovor
thn fm- Rorvlp.n hv innfnrlni? fmm r?nnn. and that the nostofflce was now oocntlng
da south on the Vermont stdn as far as on a pro-hollday basis. A largo number tlon to make tho hill towns the abiding
Thompson's Point, then crosd tho lake of oxtra clerks we're employed at tho places for an IncriuMng number of sum
to Westport and continue from there on office for somo few days preceding ChrlHt- mer visitors. "Even day pome xon-resl-New
York roads. mas and additional teams were employed dent pIckH out a pln.ro for summer oe-
This Westport-Essex ferry will be m delivering the parcel posu The majority ' cupancy until to-day a number or .sections
caro of them. It is the getting of the tlons.
people to enter the business and lnrn J Mrs. Abbott, wife of Adjutant Abbott,
how to do It that Is difficult. In many was present at tho exercises Tuesday eve
cases those who t onus Into the State are , nlng, It being tho first Christmas exer
not made comfortable and aro not given clso she had attended In three years, hav
enough to eat. The first fault may be i Ing been ln Ill-health for some time,
because of ignorance of the business of Mrs. Abbott delivered a short address tn
caring for city guests, but tho second ono tho young people. Among ithers making
Is lncxcuanblo and outrageous."
HILL TOWNS POPULAR
In Windham county thero Is an lucllna-
rendy mndo a name for herself ln lyceum
and Concert Work, nmi Wlln rnr.HM th . . . i . .. . i . ,. nf th& rillwav nnKtnffle,, MM hnil thfllr 1 nn...1.nn no... nf thn ,-ntlntv nrA
i),nr, .in, ..- ... " . , . ciiiii ritA.s
t L. Maynard, who attended tho ; " " peopio nacic it or not, said Mr. uooaseii, iv" '".- -""u almost wnouy uwnen m'n
-v.11,1 v., rom Warner .the wife of the .. . : . . " "" " " as tno company ib already assured or u,r ...... aenis, write an asnu umu miu .-.-v. ......
short addresses were Mrs. A. Brodlo.
who hae bL"n greatly lntorei ted ln Salva
tion Army work "for the psit year, and
who has missed but one s-sslon of tho
Sunday school class which she teaches.
Hrf. G. H. Pheiard nlso spoke Tuesday
ovenlng. Adjutant Abbott presided dur
ing the exercises.
first 'witness who corroborated tho state-' Ust and loves her art. Her first number enough backing to start, but It Is felt postofflce which is now operated between I ,.Tho numi)0r of noi
ments of her husband and who picked up vras. 0"K Without Words." by Hahn. So that the pcople of Burlington and vldn- AIhurg and Bellows Falls on the night 1 yMt0 t0 Windham
T CA.TPay W!Ch thrC J'ears I the chm ailer she was hit. in t-'? nr h'a at
There were no colleges for the higher ' "rdrlver "ofhe cTr M muinlo ."erouslv and beautifully re'ndered.
Education of women; Vassar. the first, did jnS d If the ! girl was hurt Valcra Wood, of St. Albans, enter-
at Tinr norr. rtm
An offlcer of the Home for Destitute
Children sends tho Free Press the follow-
not open until 1881
' The first application of tho Bessemer
Bteol process In this country
made ln New Jersey the following
"Bleeding Kansas, " was still
Issue. "The name is pronounced Kan
eas, and should be so written," said Hor
ace Greeley's Tribune Almanac for 18S6,
lty should be Interested In a proposition trains on the Rutland railroad, sG-Hfi. i ppclally to Ames Hill in Marlboro, Is in- lnR account of the Christmas observance
which la euro to bring moro revenue Into -" TO" mrouKn to jju.huu uuiuik "'" creasing yearly, ami last year the num- there:
this section, and the company, of course, ru,,h season. ber ln tnnt section of the county exceed- "Christmas nt the home this yoar has
Postmaster Burke Rtated last evening1.,, fi,,. ,)Pnnle from various States, all 1
...o n... ,., . .tir- . 1. mn., m.ll"" '. . . .......
Harry C. Wheelook. testified to coming , " ...... . mterostcd in the success or the projoot. 7 , 'X, or whom have ncquirea or nro niiereoieu rrlerttls o know about It. A month ago It
along North avenuo headed toward tho ""owed ability In her line. A pleasing For tnls rcnson tho c nn v offPlai3 Ar. handled at the local office the past season ,n aummPr homes there." AVIndham. HPcmw, to the board of managrrs and
nave the stock sold In JlnO shares " ? " " Wardsboro, .Newrane unci iikp pincrs m t,ose interested ln the home as 1." there
was to be ,t nnfl of ReelnK thc croWl, congregated B,nRC Personality and a well trained voice slro to have the Rtook ,n nnn
Ing year. but whero u,0 chnd Iay. Wheelock are a great assistance to her In her rather than to hvo t M talten
a po'ltical toBtlflcd tbt hB called to tho driver of work. She read "Elizabeth s "koung Man,",onc or two parties. It Is undereto
the Ford, asking him If he had run into " Ho ; very enlightening play In i three
the little girl, and that the driver replied
Illustration of tho amount of business
tho West River valley afford an excellent wou,i be little for our children this vsar.
that the girl had ran Into the car. Mrs.
Telegraphy was still a dubious project, , TJn.. "Win. thn mother of the child, was
financially. Federal aid had been refused ' gn called to the stand but her testimony
on tno ground tnat "the invention could
not become practically valuable." Tho
Western Union was organized the follow
ln tho first Issue of Leslie's is a note of
brief nets ns produced by the ambitious
The Gargoyle Dance, a fantastic bit of
grotesque humor In motion, was given In
nn. ti,ic.,,., i i j.. . - to note
to take the entire $3,000 worth of stock. cents stamps "'tlnnt0 ,ho
That there Is considerable Interest In Pub,lc durlD 0x0 Chrlhtmas season.
this proposition was manifested by the
representative gathering at tho Shorwood
the local office, it is Interesting flpd (jr t,Jo devplopment f the summer ,ta(I hnd many ways In
that over $1,310 worth of one and hf)mp( (Jcn- Thl , t,, .called mon,.,. llai, to ,,e used. and. lo
, ", . ' " . I rBjiruDoiituuvo KuuiurinK nt tno anorwooo i
costume by Mss Marjory Crabbe. who Tuo9day, Tho ns8emb,y lncIuded men '
repeated tho danco nt tho inslstenco of from Wo!,tport Thompson's Point, Char- I Farmer of CnnndUin Xnrthwest .Not
the arrival at New York of a band of Ho said that ho then turned and, looking
Mormon missionaries from Utah, "It hav-' back, saw a woman picking the child up.
Ing taken them 50 days to cross the ' He then, according to his testimony,
was very brief.
Tli. HsnnnilAnl tnnV tha ntnnil tn his
. . . . ....... L TT-.Tno mill i.tnnn . I...... ... .. ...
own nehnir ana mm or me moment. woito village, ana otnor points south or
stated that he didn't know that tho glrl The closing number on the program was here btsldo, the Murinffton mcn, The
ran against tho car until he heard a cry. vlllo skit. Across America by at of subScribr for stock already ln-
BIG WHEAT CROP
I backed up and asked If the child was
hurt but no one answered him.
Following the argument!) Judge Ladd
called upon ,0)0 child, who wus In court,
to stand up, which she did. The child
looked to be ln robust health. The case
was continued by tho court for a decision.
plains; rather a hard Journey.'
Tho first bridge across the Mississippi
river had Just been completed at Minn
eapolis; that at Rock Island was opened
the year following. In western railroad
ing tho Burlington route had reached the
Mississippi; the Rock Island had gone
cn to Iowa City.
Wood was used exclusively for fuel In
locomotives, and the railroad was regard
ed by many as the foe of the forest.
In ISM the art and business of advertis
ing did not exist. What passed for adver
tising in the newspapers and magazines
nf that period consisted of small an
nouncements, wiin nero ana mere a ernne : M . .......
rat Tothdavc7hmodl,ty rrv?
the text. To-day there Is spent In this attended Mr. Dubuc.
country alone no less than one billion T)l0 ,,rlJe , u graduato of tho Edmunds
.lollars a year In. mngaalne and newspaper nilfn Rc)l00l atl(1 lia8 been a successful
advertising. And It Is one of the most toaci,Cr In tho schools of Bhelburne for
complex, Influential and progressive busl- I th, )aHt four yPar. Mr. Dubuc was grad
icsses in the world. ualC(1 from thn shelburne high school and
MIm Allew O. Stcm-nrt of Shrlliume
Mnrrled io Ralph E. Dublin
Miss Alice G. Stewart nnd Ralph E.
Dubuc were very qulotly married at six
o'clock Monday morning at St. Mary's
nag Trio." staged by Messrs. Royre. cIudes a number of prominent Burlington
Austin nnd Greeno of St. Albans. The
snappy Jokes and tuneful melodies served
tip hot by theso enertalnlng visitors, one
of whom was capital In n black face
role, made a decided hit with everybody,
and at tho close of each number tho
audience cried for moro. Several encores
were responded to with tho best of humor.
Those who saw Roswell Austin perform
last evening as ono of this trio feel sure
that If he does half as woll as clork of the
next House of Representatives, his suo-
coss ln that position will bo assured.
I business men, as well as men In the
places above mentioned. It Is expeoted
that the committee to take up this mat
tor ln tho community will be appointed
within a day or two and that the propo
elion wlll be put before Burlington bus
iness men beforo tho end of the wuek. In
order to place tho remainder of tho $3,
000 worth of stock.
FACTS ABOUT 1921
Only Ttto" Ecllpsm In .Tew England
En Mer Unusually Early
There will be four eclipses In tho year
that begins next Saturday but only two
of them will be visible ln Now England.
These two nro a total eclipse of the moon
early In the morning of April 23 and a
pnrtlal of the same luminary early tn tho
evening nf October 16. The other two
v had to lie used, and, looking nn'im
abandoned farm" district, where prop- to Christmas. vrs feared there would be
crty has been for sale nt lov prices, a mn tt) spPncl. Then Santa Clause began
district famed for Its beautiful scenery ' coming days before he was expected, and
Its streams teeming with trout and Its h(1 brought many things. There were
thousand hills affording pleasure ami ex- books, pictures, silk work bags for an
cltoment to fishermen and huntnrs who of ti.P i,ier girls, eight Jack lumpers
latlitrted. However, with Price Offered ' flock there every season. Those catering or thp inpr boys, and these hart bean
' In summer linltrnors in ineae in.u-t's mm nmveri rnr. dn IS and rlimons lor uir utuw
all tho guests they could accommodate Krs, and teddy bears for little boys, no
and so were obliged to turn peoplo away. . pnd of things, and so much hnpptnest. I
ABANDONED FARMS PROFITABLE One parent who had four children In thu
Exercise by Children of Thrre Intent
Church Sunday Schools
A Christ man party for tho primary and
Max L. Powell of this city has recently
returned from a flvo weeks' trip to tho
Canadian Northwest, where be spent con
siderable time In Saskatooon, Saskatch
ewan, a city about tho slro of Burling
ton. While he was In that city, an In
tensive campaign was being conducted i
to reorganise and improve tho Chamber from people outside the State who have
or Commerce, wiin me aim oi seuunnn
500 members. The fee was per mem
ber. I Everybody was pushing this proposl
i tlon. Even the women were Joining.
When the campaign was finished, the
Chamber of Commerce had TOO' members
nd a budget of $17,500. Mr. Powell main
tains that the him thing crnld bo done
In Burlington If tho cltlrens would get
Is employed as salesman by tho Champlaln eclipses will bo of the sun, one of the
I Motor company.
When Tommy went visiting, his first The young couple left Immediately fol-
Interest was the kitchen and what It was jowlng tho ceremony for a wedding trip to
likely to produce. One day when he was par(S unknown, and upon their roturn
visiting his grandmother ho found her In wm resldo In this city.
me Kitcncn busy over the stove. "What
do you think I'm doing?" she asked.
Tommy shook his head and hoped hard.
"I'm going to make you a nlco little pio
In a saucer all to yourself, sold tho old
CHRISTMAS AT HOME FOR AGED
The ladles of tho Home for Aged Worn-
lady. "Don't you think I'm good to tako en passed a most onjoyablo and bounti
aU that trouble7" "l'-o-s, grandma," ro-. ful Christmas. The long dining table was
piled Tommy doubtfully. "Of course it's a pleasing llluatrntlon of tho careful
nwful good of you. But mother told me thought and plentiful provision of tho
not to be a bother, so I was Just thinking trustees and visiting board. Chicken plo
that If It's going to be any trouble, p'r'aps
annular variety April 7, visible from West
Africa to Siberia, and tho other a total
eclipse. Tho best place to seo
phenomenon, which occurs on October
will be in tho vicinity of tho South Pole.
Spring begins on
in connection with previous men ion , , he home a"a aclrtp1
made of "abandoned" farms. It is curious " , T wouId ke mtnB t
to note the number of ln.,u Irles received thM a
num .cu,. - , ? There were girts or canuy, ,
tho Idea that Vermont consists largely of ,t... PO eream for the Christ '.
Just such places to be bought for little or , ftnd MVeTta fr,pnd!I Pnt Klft!t
nothing. As n matter of fact, there are nluno... Th Unitarian Church Sunday .
very few truly abandoned farms, all or schoo, InvUe(l ,0 home children to sham
them being utilized either for pasturage, thpm M ho church tller Christmas
wood and timber growth, or other similar rhoy nnnf. enrols, spoke pieces re
useful purposes, nnd for the last few cftlv,(, a prcgpnt, and a box of candy,
years many a farm classed In the aban- pnjnvPd being with other children.
,doned list has paid big dividends produc- . . ,;, , stocking beside his
, Ing hay. To quote another real estate " , ato cimis filled un with an
cradle roll departments of the First behind the movement and develop the agent, "Farmers that I know of who . ' nnd an orange, and somo candy.
Church Sunday school was held at tho same community spirit wnicn whs prev- -n-onld gladly have sold back farms tnree r breakfast the Christmas tree was
parish house from threo to five o'clock alent ln Saskatoon. Thsre everybody years ago for a small price havo gone to 1)tcr there were gifts for each ohlld.
Frlflny arternoon. The little ones, 65 In was worKing ior ine common gooa oi
number, were entertained with story- tho city, placing that above personal
tolling, games and refreshments, after ' Interests, and this was tho reason for
them after their own haying has been ..,., for .Omo who had parents or
dono and have harvested such good crops rrlPnijBi and there could not have been
that thev have ln many cases revised ,,,.' Pi,ii,iren. For dinner there were
which Santa Claus distributed glfta to 1 tho great success of tho work. Incl their prices upward so much that they are chickens, that were home grown, nnd then
the children, Tho older children of tho dentally, with the success of the work practcally now off the market, and often t)lo ,,u 'cream. It was Indeed a merry
First Church Sunday school wore enter-i of the Chambor of Commerce came they have actually withdrawn them from day."
tmneu nt win iiinsn nouso irum wevon greater bucwiph io mid c.- mm muo i tjje agencies, saying tney guesseu iney
to nlno, on Christmas eve. The program ' to the Individual buslnese
consisted of the singing of Christmas othe-s In tho community,
" , carols, a solo by Miss Bertha Adamw, and ' This campaign of the Chamber of Com
' " I a story, "Why the Chimes Rang," by inerce was put over In spite of the fact
, . ' Miss S. Alice Rogers. Following tho pro- that It was n very Inopportune time to
Mnreh 5(1 nn. ! )h nexf grn,n Snnta claus distributed gifts from start a campaign of this kind. Business Fort attracting mnny tourists. Ono hotel tn-dny anil draw e
ler will be o the A 1 tho troe to 6arn of Ul chllllr,!I1 I,rcs" WM ,lu11 1111(5 discouraging. Wheat was . couId , accommodate ovor P0 per cent world. The old ntl
men and roi(i moro fnr their money right ,.,-,w:n tinv i.v A STATE OF rt.TJX
where It lay If hay prices kept up. N Ht.dfor(I standanl)
Brandon, situation nenr three lakes. w
U... .V.. -n ...wl A.ll-nn. TllO h g it Of Oh Old BCllOOl geOgTOphy
t I dack Mountains, Is an Ideal summer re- Is a reminder that no one could sit down
, .....1 .I...... n nr.r.l,rn,A n. ;i n nT I li n
nses are close to a total
you'd better make my plo the reg'lur
blze." Los Angeles Times.
STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM AND A
A small boy who did not llko to do
"home work" was being warned by his
mother, says tho Windsor Magazine,
against the evilB that are likely to result
from habits of procrastination, Tho boy
asked her to explain quite C nltely what
the meant, and she replied by quoting the
proverb, "Never put off till to-morrow
What can be done to-day,"
On getting the moral reduced to this
simple form, ho said:
VWell, then, mother, let's go downstairs
at' once and eat the rest of the straw
berries and cream; there were heaps loft
Jiver after your tea party."
full moon therenf
making Faster occur on March 7 which ent' K0Dm P"tka played the role or dropping In price anu many men were , of ppiCants .and this was nn inn that lo.s, uif m V
Is about as earlv I a'r . MlMv com. ' tonta- antl a,tepwarda dl'trlbuted a largo out of employment, yet tho citizens got rtpppnde(, vlpon frP0 advertising of the of boundnrleH with somo sort of peima-
Th" .makes Feb the flrstTay of Lnt hasket of good things to somo of (ho less behind the movement and made It go Pllbllrlty Bureau for Its business. The nence.
Of " thT holiday.' whirl, are obsoA-ed n 'ortmmta children of tho city. through. The results of western pro-, opretor ,,, , mlP(,,B Pame. found Is geography studied any more? Much
Vermont Now Ye's da UNITARIAN CHURCH gres.lveness w.ro never moro evident evprytn,nir aH represented and most ot of It, of course holds go od The Missis-
iaTww Tuesday. Boys and girls from the Homo for Des- than In this campaign, said M, . Powe II. tpn) (,I'l?nlflP(, (helr lnlPnllon of comlt1(r . with the J ..nurl. . ,tll Is t h, I ng-
Memorla, day and the Fourth of July on t.tu.e Children on Shc.burno road had a J "LT JtnuSX. ! aln "t M " ' T 'V bod y o "mnd
iuiiuii.v. uui iiiiiKiuii jjtiitio uuy un iuuh i unri 111 ljio l-iii lHLiiiHn ci'ieiiraiiun uv wie .. . . ... . . i .m am- iimjIi a k in nin
n..nuin" nUo nmi lnts of othor nlcs iincl.,1.,,. i.w ,i nn m,i. 0 i.n.,. a,,.. v,ni t ni. .!.. r.i,,ni,' ewan, Mnnltona nnd Aioerta, nas oeen
all their relatives srraced the really fes- pni,imliiis Mnv nii Wednesday. 1'hnnln. beM In (he church ainlltnriiim Vrldav exceedingly good iiunni, tno past bea-
Wlth tho near
tlvo board. Happiness and appreciation
shone In ovcry eye nnd throbbed In every
heart as "Pralso God from Whom All
Blessings Flow" was hung by nil presont,
The many gifts from those not directly
connected with tho homo seemed very
wonderful to tho new-comers, but not to
those who know Burlington peoplo, and
all unite ln hearty thanks. This happy
day was prefaced by Christmas and other
songs by Messrs. Ourney, Bell, Klllary
and Little, who kindly took tlmo from
their business to' gladden tho lives of
thoso aged ladles. Tho perfect day was
closed by somo lively Instrumental duets
by Mrs. II, R. Watklns and son, Eustls.
Do you realize that there Is news value
mU ..1.1.1 la nUntit IfWl m nn hllih. nU-IlWRV iniOlli:!!
mnlilif nn Thllrsrlnv nnrt .vnnlnDV B!lentrlni.llv..lln-I.n,) trnu stnml 1 ...........
a .v.. uTr:V. els moro than lat year. Thero has the improvement oi me ronu m me sum- ..artford on the (
nununj. vmi iiic mni uujr i oil mo liluliunn, III IIIO reur Ul millii" . , , . . . ., ml. f Mnnnl Arnnaflelfl. Ihe reclnn there. ...
...tl. la I.. nrlhnHrt nn.l .11c- ,.1n..,l..,r .,, 1 KIV. ,.n nn UfCn A HTVV in PriCB IU UUUUt Ulie UUt. ... . . - ' l0 11UQSOU, fill
" 71 ...... no c. n,u..,,t-, me miitD uu infill mi. . ..... . . t . ml.- .... nltnnta la Iir.nnm1n?- ninre nnil more .1 . , .
.. ..i.n.t. nimr.nnn miin. .'.- m .. i.-i.,i.. ni....i a ousnei since ormrinuer i. iiia iiuiurin n hanna ami no n.
u nu.i u.,Uui. ..-,v-. ini.co, ,iiu irai nan 11 in iiiittiuir -UKlllcii niui. .... , , ,,,,.,.., tny Imir sis Slimmer tinmen nm ...... .
Tennrth nf .Tnlv we nro In u.mi,. nf h i,nni n.rn the 'are nuiaiiiK wuuui, iidoiici, wiin uis . .. exerc-eii in
w " . i..v ov..u. w..w , .. I .. . ...nl..n in hllll. llArn III- n.in.res 111 fittl H. lTn
n nn.l ....h lhn .,.nu .1 U t .U. I i.j ., . IIUDO 111HI U HO U l UK'H". Ill " III 11 1 1'Ch . v.- I'OSl. J-Cnil t ttll
... c,.... u ...... ..... unuii.il lliilll llle liilliuin, null uui-ii uu.,.i - . . , . en ...nn l.m..,. n..ir Qlnirn h.v. fniinrl the ...
1,1 81.454.000 mlleS. Not. nnn -I.I- n,l nn ..nn.l.or onn tnnU their WHOai IS nOW BOIIU1K IT UOUUl L.V. ........ n - . . tll mP Or tllO
t,.i i. i ,,.. ,n un -' " . I n u ' . w 1) cro It was $2.80 a year ago nt this taking or summer boarders a proriianio .
Christmas on S
tunt from th
on the glorious
liliainiiiiiiih iiiid iiii.i,
much wnrmor .luly 4 than It wlll bo on clses Included tho singing of carols, recl
.lonuury 1, because tho summor rayB of tatlons, a tableau nnd tho distribution of
tho sun come more directly thun do thoso Bfts by Santa Claus, whoso volco sound
ed like that of Roger N, Blake. Recita
tions wero given by Beulah Braden, Par
ker Wutherby, Janet Hill, Arthur
Btrlngor, Nelson Guyette, Nells Nelson.
William Dorusha, Bllllo Henry, Cliarlotto
Stringer. Barbara AVenrs, Hilda Kenyon.
Alba Samnlnc, Gcrtrudo Guyetto and
Janet Bcecher, In the tableau, which
(it tho winter.
THE CORRECT TIME
"And how do you llko your new neigh
bors, Mrs. Smith?" "Why, Mrs. Jones,
I haven't had tlmo to cnll yet; but I In
tond to soon, as they keep two motor
tlmo. Thero seems to bo considerable business, other mountain anil inito re
uncertnlnltv oh to lust what may happen sorts, such ns Averlll, Hlghgato Springs,
In tho wheat mnrkct In the near future. , Woodstock nnd Manchester, report a rec
ord vacation business,
...iilrelv surrounded bv water. Tho cap-
rompletlon of tho now )tnlf of tho states aro still Augusta on
Smugglers' Notch and t,m K0nnebec. Concord on the Merrimao,
Connecticut, Albany on
rrlsburg on tho Susque-
The pupil can still be
locating Blngvllle. Painted
and Manunka Chunk on
eastern States Just as If
lmportanco where these
OIL FOR CASTERS
Mr, Younghusband "If you wlll give
But who can bound tho Ottoman em
pire? AVho can give tho territorial out
lines of Russia? In a great part of the
world nffalrs aro In a stato of flux. No
ono enn draw a map of It beoause it will
MORE ACCOMMODATIONS NEEDED
The-e InHtnnreR bnvo been cited he
me Ihe oil. mv dear. I will nil the casters nmian there lu enrliilnlv n urenl nen.1 for not sit still long enough. Perhaps geogra
of this chair so that they won't croak." moro good )iotels in Vermont nnd for phy of some kind Is still tnught In the
Mrs. Younghusband "Oh, Harry, dar- more peoplo willing to nccommodnto sum-
llng, wo hnveh't a drop of castor oil ln mer boarders, t'ormonters who will
tho house." Detroit Free I'reaa. char go reasonable ratos and glvo their
schools hut It must bo without atlases.
FllKE PllESS WANT AUS PAY 11E8T