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" THE BRATTLIIBORO DAILY REKOIlMEll, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1020.
Ts H 11 .0 1 '. PlTTSFIELD MAN TELLS INTERESTING STORY 1921 Centenary of Many Noted Men and Some Women V t ..." T1 Experience With Case of Rheumatism 25 Years Ago . Geo. II.- Carpenter runs a carriage and automobile painting shop at I'itts field, Mass. lie enjoys a reputation as a master of his trade and Lis work is liirhlif reearded- - ' In a letter he wrote lie said : "Mys terious 1'aih Fase I used it 25 years ago and it cured my rheumatism." A simple traightforward statement of fact from a substantial citizen. Think what he must have suffered and how grateful be felt after years. The Scotch Liniment known as "Mys . terious I'nin Ease" penetrates ia sach a way that-it relieves inflammation and ' paio ceases to exist. r Manv oeoole in all walks of life have lienrtilv endorsed it. Users of "Mrs- name. Wind Frank Leslie, who made his Cooke and William K terioua Pain Ease" recommend it for greatest success as a publisher of popular , John XV. Hutchinson, the most famous of pain,s of rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains periodicals. the "Hutchinson Family" of singers ; Jo- of all kinds, neuritis, lumbago, sciatica,1 Statesmanship contributes among others siah 15. Grinnell. who founded Iown col-! burns, muscle cramps, stiff neck, chu . Londonderry. Ramon Fubes is home from Tufts col lege for the vacation. Mrs. Smith, the grammar, school teacher, lias gone to Noithtield. Mr. and Mrs. Colcord of Sunapee, X. II., were recent guests of Stillman C'hilds. There was a good attendance at the ciiinl;;: schoolboy. a . i A 4h a Mas. NEW YORK. Dec. 29. The list of men t In the list of inventors are to bo found ft janse "f" and women born a century ago in the the names of Linus Yale, jr., the inventor 11 on Ior lne -a8tern ru'el year 1821 who won distinction by their of the lock which bears his name, and, " l rnvnv achievements in various lines of endeavor Alexander B. Latta, who invented the LK.NUJV is an interesting one and their work is modern lire engine and also constructed Vernon free library will be open for worth recalling. Included in the list are the first locomotive built west of the Alle- the exchange of books Saturday .Tan. 1. poets, authors, artists, statesmen, sol- granies. . .The Ladies' Circle met in t' e vestrv diers, scientists, explorers, clergymen, in-j In the list of eminent churchmen are Wednesday. Dinner was served at noon veniors anu omeis. , . i w uuu mr iiaui oi iwcra u o. IIoff- ... ? riH.r hr on umly in Worcester. ilford was a cuest ' all the members of the Home went to the parlor, where a heavily laden Christmas tree was unloaded. Each received a gift and many gifts were Bent in from outside. Speaking, readings and music furnished entertainment. , The concert and Christmas tree at the church Friday evening was a decided t success. The children did their part with-i out a correction. tverytnine renecteu eap ycar al! and a line supper was trict schools of the United States had 'credit upon those wno naa pan, in it. gerved at Hotel W antastiouet. , some r.f the Chinese thoroughness and de ls Trained in Feats of Memorizing Tliat Are Asfonislilii. Chinese schoolroom methods are inter esting as showing the contrast between schools in the Orient and schools in this country. Many elderly people w'ill re call the tune when practices in the dis Mr and Afrs. T.ak Wilkins and Mrs nendenee upon the memory Fannie Wilkins have returned to ( better. The beginner takes his book to the jst repav his efforts, and his judgment I thera by placing a pail of cold water where his feet would be immersed in it whenever he stood up. A warning is given in the career of the linscrumilous Fang iKien, who cut off the ends of straws that his teacher told him to arrange evenly, while the careful and honest Suntr Pin separated a similar bun dle and laid the straws straight, one by one, and found that they were all of uni form length without cutting. The char acter thus manifested by the two showed thetr teacher which ot his nupils woull wiiiors aim uiurin. , ' ' ivunu i-iirr uniiim ui invumu n. trti TTnttip Tinker i Curiously enough, the list contains no Storrs, the famous Congregational divine ; -.v u V lir n7l far outstanding name in literature, unless it Henry M. Dexter, also a Congregation- "alter a . be that of Gustave Flaubert, the French alist, whose greatest services were ren- Floyd Miller of (tin .....rAlw.f h-Ka u iu ,uiliinu tha rrrnatpl of Hr1 AQ a n fwlitvtf flnl otiMiAf and Sflt.nrdaV find SlindaV I Mis. Hattic Strong and daughter, Ruth, teacher accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Asa I?ac-.n were in Wind ham Christmas to a'te-i the 50th wed ding anniversaiy of Mrs, Bacon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. lut'ii (foioen. Miss M-M-'.i'ief Starr of New York city, Miss Ileli-n Taylor of Holyokc, Mass., Miss Iill ' Marden and Mis i Mildred Stone of nriitleboro,,were at their homes who hears him read a column or was justir'ed bv the event, for Fang Kieii came to no good, while Sung Pin won re nown and wealth, and great honor came through him to his preceptor. Xcw York Sun. ! . y . ! a j more, aiter wnicn tne pudu returns io his desk and repeats this lesson aloud until he can recite it from memory. He then takes his book again to the teacher, turns his back upon his master and re cites what he has learned. This- is called "backing the lesson." I Movement of Solar System. In this way the pupil commits the Astronomers nsree on the fact that whole book to memory, and he is expected m.tn .i,mh c.-.,. tr to learn it so thoroughly that he can at the sun Is moving through spa(e to- . .1 t l . r . . . : T . ... t . 1. , ..nliwiito any moment repeat tne wnoie oi any warn a point m .vn nun u iuhj i: i i i f .1 1 . i . ,1 fi-.y Sotnn or and Sum fiv or the Aliller Mrm. novelist, w uu was iifiiiiipM iue xfL unru n.- mi vunui niiu buuxii , uiiu vie., j - - .IB,- ,. 1 f Cw.tir. Uart llov.,,, on.l WMMon. To K,th t 171 II .ll,l. or.,1 Vloo T rt ..H." Dd'C IOr I. Ill ISUIW.H. Two eminent American publishers first bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church, are spending several days in the home of Mr. anH Mis. r rank ) ale ot ljimiow, passage the initial words ot which are of about 12 miles a second. The whole saw the light in 1821 Charles Scribner, The year will also bring the centenary H E. Aklev. Arthur q. . Sprintield .Miss-r.yeiyn mentioned to him. , vstern is necessarily involved la the founder of the house which bears his. of two noted American financiers. Jav THfirhf- Va!rmn of Snrinsfield ( 'i Wade of New oik city and Mrs. ISessie jllfit before the noonday recess the ' ul Yanderbilt ; of was a visitor Christinas day with his par ents; Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Fairman. Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Akley of Guil I i.i f 6' I biains, muscular colds where the shonl- ders, chest and back muscles are in pain and pain arising anywhere from inflam mation. Pain is a matter of inflammation if you' an overcome the inflammation the pain' goes. A 'Scotch doctor got up the formula of "this famous Scotcli liniment and it did stop pain so surely and quickly that people thought there must be something mysterious about it. They got so they asked for it by the name "mysterious" and 'so the name came to be "Mysterious Pain Ease" named by grateful suffer ers who had found the way to be rid of jmin. Mysterious Pain ease is sold by most leading dialers. - Any druggist can get it for you from his jobber. Adv. . i.. c i .. i.: the names of John C. Rreckinridge, the lege; and Uriah S. Stephens, the founder 11 ii wtnn ml f n mil ? Wade and children of the south village 9iIPr m-ritpn a sentiment, a nroverb or were at A. H. Wade'R Christmas. Mrs. a proposition upon a slip of red paper and Wade and Virginia and Mildred Xorris re- pastCs it upon the door. Each boy as he turned to New York with her daughter, coes out reati9 the lines, and in the aft- this motion. youngest man ever elected to the vice presideijey of the United States, and Jo seph E. ISrown, governor of Georgia dur of the Ixnifrlita of T.nlvi During the year Germany will have K- E- M- Barnes of Woodstock will opportunity to observe the centenaries of P reach as a candidate in the Union church ing the Civil war and subsequently a mem- Rudolf Virchow, -the famous pathologist, Sunday at 10.4.; SunUay school at 1 ber of the United States senate. -J and Hermann Heliuholtz, the eminent .Tlazen Xesbitt, a student of the Per- Three famous military leaders of the physicist. Among the famous Britons kins Institute for the Blind at ater Evelyn, for a short visit. Sugar at $3"5 a round. j Sugar is down and the housewife re- ioices. lint let ner try io uuj huhu il ernoon renders to the teacher another line which will, with the first, make a couplet. . In China all honors, social, pecuniary and official, await the scholar, and the teacher has always at hand illustrious ex amples to hold up tor tne emulation ot . t .1 A . 1 Hi f r luiuuu.l iuimaij irauri yi i iic iiAj i.i . .f.iiiisii lih: lmuvupt 4l lion-- Allir jiinuiULr xwi hit- inau ai n uiri- " 1 - niirtuii vfl-i or lnillin Confederacy were b-jrn in 1S21 Gen. born in lS21-were Sir Samuel Baker, the town, .Alas.-,., is spending his vacation at uukuui, ... .u,.....-. " :" . thot-e who become aiscourageu. ! Nathan P.". Forrest, the great cavalry explorer, and Sir Richard F. Burton, his home. or a"v of th(i thro,p ?r l0UJ otuer f n J- the ancients,-as among the modem. '.iany leader; Gen. James Longstreet, "the wantraveler and orientalist. ; jlrs. George E. Simmons of Troy, X. of su2r- aml she 11 Ilave to pa-v 1 who were noor or stupid rose to ein nence ! horse of the Confederacy." and Gen. La- The list of famous women born a cen- y is exnected Saturday to visit several to $375 a pound. t bv sheer diligence and self-discipline fayette McLaws, whose division held the ; tury ago includes the names of Clara Bar- daVs in the home of her sister Mrs' R D These are all sugars, and all in frequent Tle teacnor tells of So Chin, who, being 'right of the Confederate line of battle at ton, the founder of' the American Red Sherman ' use aml the American chemist has freed afflicted with drowsiness when at his ! Gettysburg. (lfUiiioncommanderswho.se Cross ; Mary Baker Eddv, the founder of r onn lilt,, rnfiLl iu i,r;n, . ro " of our dependence on Germany for niffhtlv studies, thrust a needle through ; centenaries will be observed during the Christian Science ; Rachel, the great flH,?n of S L Si th! them. Their chief use is hi bacteriology, his flesh n t pain might keep him 'year about to begin the most prominent French tragic actress, who closed her ca- ) ;u J, w t ViH, hi nrnfa ATn One of them is indispensable in the det.ee- awake: and oi the restless Sal Lin, whose ; perhaps is Gen. Alvin P. Hovey, who at reer in the United States; and Elizabeth t;L parents, Jir. tvphoid, as the organisms of that active body revolted against sitting at it" c.ni. V . .....v.. v. n v ii, iiii. .viunu w vuiajii a -f . r T . , disease are so iono oi il utai int nut- m imkikw. dim - -z 1 ilinnn . i medical dinlomn in America i JT- anl -Mrs.- Iewis ,M.orns soent ' :t 1 ,u;l,. n.,. it ntfant nisnoKition to rise and leave llTIl IV P lilt 11 Ullll UlUHU'lJ Ul'i. .v ' i - -J . " - , FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro COAL DEALERS MUST DROP PRICES oth an average of less than 7 3-4 cent3 at the Boston averages 1.78 cents per quart. The dj7 for t,'e,r honH, J.n 3MHW' ' Christmas with relatives away. Mr. Mor ris returned Monday, but Mrs. Morris will b(? away the rest of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Sherman left Tues- after spending a week in the home of their V V .until rtisi I i. nrMinrt hAtn'nnn !the cost of milk delivered in Boston to S01'- u- lK nermaii, anu lamuy. that their presence can readily be detected. The military hospitals of the United States called uion members of the Ameri can Chemical society to co-oiK-rate in the making of rare bacteriological sugars for 3BoniJ & EXCLUSIVE UNDERTAKING . .- EMBALMURS Automobile Serviro Tel. 264-W BRATTLEBORO, VT. Varnfng Sent Out By Massachusetts ' the distributors and the price paid by the . . ,--., -r. ; consumer is accounted for by the vet- Commission Will Expose Coal Profiteers. BOSTON, Dec. 20. Retailers who are charging high prices for anthracite coal are being called to account by the Massa chusetts commission on the necessaries of life, which served notice yesterday on 7.V) dealers in itable wall" of figures presented by distributors. the PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BHft; E. L. TRACV, Physician and Surge on, 214 Main St. Office hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7jm 8.30 p. ra. Tel.256 . DR B E. WHITE, Physician and Surgeon. Barber Builidng, Rooms 205 and 206. Hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 717-W; rc.. 717-R. B. HUNTER. Office at residence. West Brattleboro. , Hours: 8 to. 9 a.,m.; lto Zl . ap4 6-30 to 8 p. oi. TeJephcme, 318! DR THOMAS RICE, Phrslcian and Surgeon. 153 Main St. Tel., 291. Office hours: 1 tq 3. Bad in the evening W; J. KAUTE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Room 10. Ullery Building. Hours: 8 30 to 9J0; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'plione, 429-V. , Residence; 7S Frost St., 'phone, 429-R. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D. Hours: 12.30 to 2J0. 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 165-W; house, 165-R. X-ray work. A specialty. G. R. ANDERSON, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a Specialty. Office and residence. Brooks House, 128 Main St. Hours: After noons, 1.30 to 3; evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. 1 hone 246. DR.GRACEW. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon.. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9.30 a. m.; 130 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone. "44-W DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 9.30 to 10 a. in., 1 to 3. and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence, 88 Green St. Telephone connection. ' EDWARD R. LYNCHTM. D. Surgery a pe cialty. Office, Park Building. 'Phone. 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sundays by ap pointment only. DR. A. I. MILtER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. Office hours : 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6-30 to 8. W. R. NOYES, M. DEye, Earr"Nose and Throat; 9 to 12, 150 to 5. Wednesday and Sat urday evenings. Other hours and .Sundays by appointment. Appointments for glasses fittings made by mail or 'phone. American Bldg. DR. HENRY TUCKER. Re,idencer"l2 Grove St; telephone, 258. Office, Leonard block. Hours: 1J0 to 3, and 7 toJL Telephone, 29-WV DR. H. L. WATERMAN. Office, 117 Main St. Oyer Koech's store. Hrs.: 1-30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. " R, X.ANE, M. D, 117 Main St HWT: 1 to3and J to 8, except Sundays. Tel. 789-W. DR.C. G.""WHEELER,' Osteopathic Physician, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. HASKINS & SCHWENK,'Attorney9 and Coun Bcllors at Law. Brattleboro, Vt. j TOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law. Guilford, I i. leiepnone, juj-vv. -'DR. G. F.. BARBER, Dentist. Union block, Brattleboro. CHASE & HUGHES, Attorneys; practice in -- all State and U. S. Courts. 63 Main St. Tele phone, 914. Drops Cent in Springfield SPRINGFIELD, Mass.. Dec. 29. The price of milk in Springfield will be re duced one cent a ouart, according to lo- the state that continuance of ' cal dealers last night, following a similar high prices in the face of the drop in thei.e",1. "nn2"ncei? ln "oston yesterday, cost of coal at the mines must cease. Ex-' taking effect Jan. 1. It is predicted that posure of wholesalers who charge exces-! th 11?W P"ce je will be effective soon sive prices to the retailers is intimated. i a'lf,r tne e,vv' er,,r- . , . . . . In calling upon the coal retailers to dis- s .Jhe present retail price of milk in this close the figures showing what they have Clt' '9 18 rents, though one or two deal paid for the coal, which they have on r" hav? recently been reported to have hand, the commission vesterdav sent to effected reductions in anticipation of the each dealer a statement of the situation as action of Jtoston dealers. found by the commission. I .Mr,vt r-i-x.- inn t ini m The statement of the commission to the 3L.tIII. bl. rOK CltUUK- dealers follows: I ; "In many communities the price of do- rurdiase of One to Guard San Francisco mestie fuel to the consumer is excessive, j Stock "Will Be Recommended. This has been occasioned principally by SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 2f. Purchase transportation, production and distnbu- f n.hino trt funrH ;ninT;im, ere hy federal au- ended to Wash- yesterday after portion of vaults where the liquor is sen nest rated. Mrs. George Turner and daughters of I'.ellows Falls are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hale. Mr. Turner joined his fam ily there Christinas day, returning that night. A.- 1 11 ...A.l. n n,l 11Ml'illJllllT r " A hllllAIIIl issueil recently by that society, theM ' . Hem-Roid. a efforts soon proved successful. Other table has an ainl0st unbelievable rare sugars are used as guides in the de- , niek safe and lasting relief tection ot cnoiera germs. me .auons Business. A Great Discovery Dr. I.eonhardt, a western physician, internal, harmless record The Brattleboro Drug Co. sells it witn money- back guarantee. Adv. Instead of Messy Mustard Plasters for Winter Ills Use COtlNTer iDDiriNT MUSTER-ICE NO BLISTER. GlBSON-SNOW CO. MkP. Troy y." A GSCO Quality Product At All Drug Stores V", "u ""V" liquor seized and held h an. mil. Muin u is creaien a specu anvc thorities will be reCOUlm ami pam. K.v marvel inai nas oeen lasen iton, ,t was announced uuv.tiiiaK'. u uvriTuiuKt' in trie on inu uu in'1 Perhaps You. Are , Too trad .Numerous complaints ot exoroitant Collector of Customs John O. Davis said charges tor coal nre being received by this thp limoi, was vaiu0(i at more than . 000.000. Fear that the crime wave now reported in the Eat;t may spread to the Pacific coast underlies the recommendation. commission. Hefau prices have gone as high as ?1K to $24 a ton in some communi ties. So-called 'company' coal remains at aj. proximately $S per gross ton with a large amount of 'independent' coal being shipped to Massachusetts for about a dol lar above this price.... From a studv of the invoices covering purchases of domestic anthracite coal since Nov. 1. costing in ex cess of $0..r0 per ton f.o.b. mine, a marked decrease, both in cost at mine and amount purchased, is shown. Therefore, there ap pears to be no justification for a continu ance of such high prices." TO UNIONIZE STEKL PLANTS. SOUTH VERNON. I'on Brooks has chicken-pox. (lark Allen f . Springfield (Vt.) is vis iting his nephew, It. C. Allen. Harry Grav of New York city spent the holiday and Sunday with his family at the I). C. Fairfield homestead. Miss Corrine Firmnn and George Poole, of Springfield. Mass.. were (mest ' of Mrs. Frank Darling Christmas day. There will be a church meeting Tues day at i;.10 o'clock at the Advent Christ ian church. All members are urged to at tend. Miss Olive Mjrtindale of Greenfield, Mass., is at home for the holidavs with New Committee, Freed from Radical Leaders Will Meet in Washington. WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. The new labor committee charged with continuing the effort to organize the steel Imlnsstrr plans to meet here next month. The first her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin- nieeting probably will be devoted largelv dale. to a survey of the developments and to Mr. ail Mrs. XV. IS. Dunklee went to plans to continue the fight at a time vh:oh West Waidsboro to spend Christmas i .. ieu.iei.-i may consider opportune. Tue with her parents. Mr. and Mis Frank chairman is M. F. Tighe. and the secretarv Lackey is William Ilannon. William II. John- ii; ttu Tr..U,, i ton. oremilonf nf T,,f .,o:....r t . ium,, iuvmu t ua.it . ' -. n.v . mi i jiaii'niai iiwj- ciati.ui of Machinists is a member. Sec retary Morrison, of the American Federa tion of Labor, is expected to participate in the meeting: . He -is .trustee of the jKiO.OOO fund which remained in the hands ;of the old organization committee when it j was dissolved. John Fitzpatrick -and. W. 7.. 'Foster, radicals who featured in the last . great strike, resent any implication that the action of the new committee in choosing new officers was a repudiation of their leadership of last ve.i.r's strike, because of -the issue of radicalism wh'h was so . clearly -associated -with it.. FLtzpatriok says, while he expects to have no connec t'on with the new movement, it has been demonstrated that the steel industry-can be organized, and, that any inference that he and Foster have been eliminated on the issue of radicalism . is connected with at tempts to discredit the new movement. )U2 party to he given m Brattleboro Dec. 30 by Mis Elizabeth Crane and Miss Julia Sjmonds. : Mr. and Mrs. Trout of West field. Mis. spent a tew days last week with their mother, Mrs. I.. Van Dusen. They re turned Monday bv automobile, Mrs. Van Dusen accompanying them. . 'Air. and Mrs. Paul McGinn! and daughter of Hinsdale, Daniel Maek and "mis of liriittlf-bor.) "and Mr. 'and' Mrs Tiiyh-r of Ilarrisviile, N. , were guests last week of their mother, Mrs. Mack. At a fleet in tr of' the Advent Christian chwieh Tard-Dec. "J.-Rev: It. E.-Keeney was gianted, a two-months' leave of ab sence. The pnlpii is to be supplied by different persons during his absence. A boontiful dm'ter was served at the Vernon Home Christmas .day, after which FRANK E. BARBER, Attorney at Law. Bar ber Building, Brattleboro. BARROWS & COVVholesale and Retail Dealers in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main M., Brattleboro. BOND & SOW, Exclusive Undertaking. Auto mobile service. Telephone, 2fr-W. PHONE 354-W Moran & Rohde Funeral ;. Diredors Automobile Equipment , 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont CHEAPEIi MILK FOli 1IOSTON. I I Trice Drops Cent a Qnart I irst of Jan j uarj' Farmers. Get Loss. i j BOSTON, Dec. 29. Announcement was j made last night by the special commission ; n le. necessaries of life that beginning Jan. 1 the price of milk to consumers iu ) Boston will be l educed ,1 cent a rpiart. i With this announcement and the state ment of Fuel Administrator Eugene C Hiiltnian that the price of anthracite co;il should come down, there appeared a feeling that the downward curve in tc prii-os of some of the necessities of life has begun. The new mice that the farmers will receive for the milk will be 9 1-2 cents a quart delivered in Boston. This means, aecording, to the New England producers, "Tell your Mother KEMP'S BALSAM will stop tliat cough, Bill. My mother gives it to me when I get a cough anJ you don't Lear uie coughing til the time" i 1 m m m i i m A friend of mine was worn out running around trying to buy a particular some-thing-oi'-other. Hours had been spent, also strength and temper, and the desired article had not been found. I asked if a try had been made at such and such a store. The reply was "No, of course not, they don't carry such things.' My friend said: "How did you know?" "Easy," I replied. "They advertised them last week." Without seeing the joke, she said: "I never have time to read advertisements. I'm too busy.' I disagreed. We went to gether and found what was wanted. Perhaps you arc, too. Many people arc too busy to take time to save time, trouble, and money. They buy by chance and hard work. fed Reading advertisements is more than a time-saver; it's a good, safe investment in information concerning the best things the market offers you. Reformer Advertisements JZriyest , quart delivered in Boston. This means, I " . ji(tZJktcttxjKSiJiJSj iou ud tii is&j ukiiuiitw -i iuuu, . kiiuuMaiuuuMuuifcMmiauiij according, to the New England producers, '"mJ - ' ' " - --a I Tho I I N ju5r in the. Miooce ?FTfie sgcono. gr . i '' STUPENDOUS OFFEMSIVC ,TltAMlt's AKrtY-'' '" f Trr - k ) PAYS TR13UTCTO THE UNEXPZCreD 'V WlW Clancy Kids ( ' -e v d STRAMS 0F w ,orrmL- ' PERCY L CROSBY 'f'Jj, 1". ' j O by th MtClur Newspaper 8ynd!t ' - ' ' " ' ' - ' ' "' n "' '