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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; WEDNESDAY, 31 ARCH 15, 1922.
C. V. OFFICIALS WATCH NEW CARS WEST BRATTLEBORO -May Adopt -Novel Type. on lira nth Including West River Divi sion, lieport Says. ST. ALBANS, Mafeh K Follow list Line Johnson ca re is sick and is under the Sill iiivt'!l !g;it ion wliii'li now is Iwiiijj coil-iu-:rd lv tVi:traI Vermont railway oi- t rial-, changes may Ik- made in th' thrown ii.ctliod of liait'Unii; traliie on some of the i aiK'.V-s of tJu railroad, nnliidin l he HY-.1 Itiver division. It may develop t ici i j-in jU cars operatic! by U"-t rit-ity , steam or yisoline will be placed in opera tion. , (i!;ia!s of the road state that only preliminary steps have been taken thus lar. that n change -will be made for several months anyway and that it is not certain that a xhai!;e will be made then. One ollicial stated that a more (ri.iiomii a! means of handling t rathe was aiua.xs beiii; soiiuht and that the experi ments bein; tried out on some roads at present m operating single vara was on in-' carefully watched. figures lias been as near as could -be estimated to that, of the market of the date. When prices did not equal the upset price. withdrawals have been I.. .,f...,. ..1 ...... F ... ., ...... i. . : shade. I . '; h i . .i i doctor s lmrii".; i nc spring ami earn summer of 1'.rV. advertised sales were cancelled' . I he schools in in order to allow the domestic arowers will close Friday to market their clip, without disturbing tion. the market and thereby reducing sales Frances Irou.ty. wlio is critically ill !p lies iiy reason o! Hie iarjt fpiantitie with pneumonia, was about the same yes- - the for a academy building two-weeks' vaea- on the market at one time, HOI NDY-IIAUT WKDDING. silver social Thursday to in the home of (inner l.udlow and Iveene Pastor Mar lieil in Winsted, Conn. Ilowing is from a Winsted. Conn., Mondny ham to f.i ' The paper: "A very pretty home wedding took place at noon March 4 when Miss Mabel Hayes Hart, daughter of Mrs. Mary Maird Hart of Winsted. was united in marriage with liev. Hodney Wiley K'Mindy, associate secretary of the Home Missions council in New York city and son ot .Mrs. arali Koumlv ot ieiiows 'Falls ( Yt. I. The ceremony was per The railroad has been collect ing .data for some time on the liurlington and !.amiile branch and it is thought that Piic would be one of the first fin which In use the new system. How often the cars would b" run or which type ot car white dresses with would be Used is not known. Many com- carried baskets of plications wilt arise from sncn a cnange lows. and no theories have been ad valued as to , isS Hart, who was given away liv the standing of the train crews and ,erbrothcr, James Hart .was charmingly n any other details. gowned in white georgette over white (hi practically ail n the roads wlii.li satin trimmed with Yalenciennes lace. A have adopted the single car system tor voj, f.0i!,o,(vl j,er attire. Her traveling handling passenger traflw a combination .M)it was f(f ,)lup hh ,)at t) lliat(.h l.-.-.-ag.- and passenger car is being " I ..Mr an(, Mrs j.onn(lv WPro tho roo;,,. Tin re seems to be a pre. omuiance o t .. f heautifui gifts, imludi. g va-olinr cars ,r, use. f.reat s , ed co d , si'lverware and linen. The i" mane terday afternoon. There will be a afternoon front "2 Mrs. F. K. Mann. Jloyt II. Itarber went sugar on-hard in Whitin 'during sugar-making.'. Mrs. Perry Davis went yesterday af ternoon to Wilmington, called there by the illness of her daughter-in-law. I Howard Stevens has returned from n two-weeks' stay in Jamaica with his : mother and is with Miss Laura Powers again. .Miss Ruby Wilder, who had been visit ing witli -Mr. ami .Mrs. warren j,. returned to her home in to his remain yellow laffodils- ribbons and and pussy w il- t III Inch has hcoine more during the last few year and more ;, would be met. i.i.i:c ri:n to skhyk offices. illl'l'.l'. ... - ...... Il,l1l,nl. ,...sefe.l tl.r Keen, i- a pair oi snver camnesru-Ks , her of haml -dipped candles. j "Following the ceremony the happy ico lple left on a six-weeks" bridal trip i through the West. I heir itinerary in- FraiiU. ("reamer. "Mayor" of Pern, De- , ludes Illinois. New Mexico. Colorado. (lines F.islith Position. California. Oregon, Washington. North riT'l" Mass March 1. Frank Crea- :il "llfl1 Dakota. Minnesota and Mou rner. " Mayor " of Peru, was elected t ;, a:!; seven town otliees, some of which he all . 1 .' I" c'Uinect.on with the Home readv hold, at the animal town meet in-' Missi.ms council in New Wk. li Mr. vester.'.av and might have had an eighth K"undy was pastor of the I ongregationnl oiiie- wlii.-h was handed to him by the l' church in Ludlow t.l. Wet horstiehl voters who appeared at the meeting. , ai enue ongrogational church in Hart Mr ( reamer was chosen moderator.' : and the Congregational church in town' ch-k. selectman, town treasurer, kceno. X. II. fix collector, overseer of lie poor and "After their wedding trin. Key. jnd i 'end r of the board of health. . .Mrs. Koundy will reside in Upper Mont- II- balki'd at being elected field driver. Hair. N. J." living some poor Republican ought toj .,'t the ouue. i ue i.enuu.icans .i.ri.i-. .MAICKET SOON discoura "ed this year they pm r ..,.,1 f l...;.l,.V- !,...... !.- T..i- Cimv.i oaiixei, u.i.- F. Flkins. pastor of' the Uoc'ky Hill Con-, Dnmmerston. grrgational church, and brother-in-law of Mrs. Charles Stockwell is ill ami her the groom. The Hower girls, Fuphemia t daughter. Miss Elizabeth Sargent, who is Hart Marsh and A'irginia Koumlv, wore employed in the Holstein-Friesian asso ciation olhecs. is at home caring for her. James Redding of Hinsdale, who has been in the Melrose hospital six weeks with a fractured hip. is gaining. The splints were removed .from the hip this week. - A meeting of all women interetsed in the alteration of commercial patterns to lit the indiv: ual will be held in the ves try of t he ongregational church at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon, when n demon stration will be given by Miss Emma II. Fuller, clothing specialist of the Ver mont Extension Service. The West P.rattbboro and Centerville Parent-Teacher association held a meet ing last evening in Academy hall, which was attended by about I'O parents and friends of. the school. Rev. C. W. ISishop was the speaker ami took for his subject. That Ioy. Mr. Hishop gavp an exceedingly interesting talk. Miss Ruth Frederiekson rendered a solo and Miss Helen Wood worth and Miss Elsie French gave a piano duet, txnn ot wtiien were greatly enjoyed. Cross to supM)it and maintain a nurse in this town during the ensuing year. Fnder article 17 the unexpended bal ance in the town hall account, about ijUjKMi. was appropriated for repairing the gutters near the town hall and also to paint the exterior of the town hall. I Fnder article IS to paint the Depot street! ami Northrield street bridges $iHH) wasj raised and appropriated for this purpose.! Article 1U was indefinitely postiwned.- This article related to abrone roll of honor tablet. trilAu "II find 'It asking for NV'llfl tt bujld an addition to the hearse house to be used as a storeroom for tools and !2.-0 to purchase an adding machine for the selectmen's office, and-a check protecting machine for the town treasurer were ae-' cepted ami adopted. Article tl'J to see if the town vote to refund the notes for its share of the new lSrattloboro bridge was adopted as read by Moderator Stearns, after be ing presented by C. E- Keyou. treasurer. The article stated that the refund of notes due totalled .ss.2."7.1 and that in an nual payments the last payment would be made in July. l!-t. Fnder article 'S. it was voted, to leave in the hands of the selectmen to dispose of the road roller stored at the E. M. Dodge farm and thus do away ing rent on same any longer. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL SENATOR PAGE ORDERS SUGAR. he plans sentation uct. The Luther League of the Swedish Lutlteran church will have a candy- handy sale in the church vestrv tonight! at S. after which home-made refresh ments will - be served. Four bottles containing samples of i .. . . .... . i i . i ... Kinoes t which sugar maKcrs snoum a,luj before in making mapie nugar mav ue seen ai the Farm liureau ollice. These samples of state standards were received from the University of Vermont experiment sta tion. A similar set of samples was sent to each county agent in the. state. Marriage intentions have been filed in i ... : e ri. .1 . . i i j i in: uiutr in jloum i in k v. fs. iiopLins would John Johnson, a member of the United Mates army, who gave his address as the P.rooks House, and Miss Louise Antoin ette (Jage of 22 Frost street, Brattleboro ; also by Philip .Alfred La Cross, a sales man. Of 20S Hell street, Chieopee, Mass., ami Miss Victoria Mary Winiarski of 20(i Hell street, Chieopee. A meeting of the Main Street Parent Teacher association will be held tomorrow afternoon at ?At in the domestic science room on the third floor of the Main street with pay- school building. The meeting will be an I informal one and everyone who is willing Plans to Make Annual Party Washing ton Banner Presentation. WASHINGTON, March 13. Senator Page's colleague's and . other friends at the capital are . looking forward to his annual distribution of ma"ple sugar ami syrup, which they hope will take place many weeks. . In preparation therefor the senator has placed an or der with a Cabot sugarmaker for 250 pounds of sugar and with a party in Hvde Park for K) gallons of syrup, for to of make this Vermont's his banner pre-far-fanied prod- SELLS WOOD BY CORD NOW. Middlesex Dealer Brought to Terms, by Weights and Measures Man. MONTPELIER. March 15. Deputy Commissioner of Weights and Measures II. M. Davis has had an interview" with "Tucker" Chandler of Middlesex about selling wod by . the load instead of the cord as required by statute. It was a choice between prosecution or selling by the cord, whereupon "Tucker" decided tfiserction was the better part of valor and promised to be good and sell by tbe conl henceforth, although he said none of his customers had found any fault. He told the commissioner he had sold loads without a kick. . ft i - 1 II I s 1 W-k ..- . ... - nicies .. , ana were to neip is asKeu to come and blancli pea- to see if the town would vote to place and nuts for salting for the sale to be held maintain street lights at the following for the benefit of the milk fund Saturday places: One near the residence of G. M. i afternoon. March 2.". Oakes. one on the corner of Kilhurn A r.,r(, wrts received here this week sireci, one near ine icsitience or .Airs. statin'' that Mrs F I Helen Jeffords. a light on Fitzgerald , I)oi is"lIutchins' ' who deuce of John . Bailey and Miss went last fall to wilier, unu one iigm near; .rn , rri.v- party last Friday morning at Clark hotel in Los Angeles, where they arrived the previous night, and irst Baptist church, of which the couple and a bride wit h HUM- .llo'll rf 1 1 . 1 ,r .... .. A I .... n . :.! r 'el, . .... i: ...... iii.- .. s.,!.-,,. i- i i .......... .....i. i ii .iia s.- Dowlcy and party last street. inese six ariu-ies were accepien and left in the hands of the selectmen. '- . . . . . ........ ....it.. . iiiua.ii u movie March Kb Thev were with Mrs. V. Barrett and Mrs. Charlotte husine discus: article .;n to transact anv ss. nothing further was offered for don, and the meeting adjourned. .Inlia Mr.- E. Weed is ill with Reading. Mass.. for was a recent visitor in nomination against the Democrats and there was absi moiiV on the bill. r.o ticket ( 'reamer ilute hai - Charles severe cold. F. S. Lowell of merly of this town, here. ! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Batten have re turned to Concord, after a several days' visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Adams. -Miss Catherine .Tenney, daughter of Mr. Barrett) a . tleboro. McCaffrey, formerly of Brat-1 HINSDALE, N. H. and Mrs. I. S. Jenney, left Friday where she has entered school. for the from her TOWN MEETING YESTERDAY. I Essex, Yt. preparatory school. t I Joseph Butler left Saturday for New 'York city and on Monday of this week j he sailed for Savannah, Ga., where he win ie employed on a snip. Voters Refuse to Exempt G. E. Robert-j A,)(H1 4 V!1S I(,in.(1 ADMITS FIRING SAW MILL. Jessie MaxfUId of Northfield Tried to Spite I'ather-in Law. Mi iXTIMil-U'R. March 13. Jessie Maxtield of Northfield. who was arrested after co:.t. ssing to Deputy State Fire Va:-hal A. C. Treble that she set tire on Jit to the Maxtieht sawmill ai e.-terday afternoon entered a pita oi gumv ii' i.'n- t - .liiil."- I'red M. Butler, after telling h;m she didn "t want counsel. l!,r lmsbind of four month was not In me when she returned trom a iun 1 in r.ss'x Junction a week ago. and tit. ot anger against mi lamci-:.. J.v (ieorge .ia.;.vUt. set nre i" io .av.mill. ciidangcrjng 10.0l worth ot li'-cnv.-. Tic lire, was discovered wMi.-d witbo-.n damage, d ferved. pending further N'rs. Maxlicid has tour fi'iiiirr marring:. Sunday in .o:th field, Mi Expected Committee Will Arrange for I Central Exchange. I BURLINGTON. March !.". A meet ing of the marketing committee of the Ver-jof inn nt Maple Sugar Makers' association G. whicn has in hand the organization of a central marketing exchange was held here Monday evening. E. S. Brigham. commissioner of agriculture, and Director Thomas Bradlee of the Extension Service of the University of Vermont met with the committee.. Plans for completing the organiation were further discussed and it is likely that the organization of the central marketing exchange will be per fected within a short time now. as several l""!s have already been formed to be come a part of the state organization. in a AI! SEIZE Illti ?SI FUR BUSINESS. and exf i n- Sentenee wa in vest igai ion ...... ciniiiren bv BRYAN GIVES AWAY HOME. to home south ... ...,..- V..Hti SIOO.OK Given Met'Midist Episcopal Hospital. iiv.nl.N- Xeb.. March 1.". Formal i'lin'ouncement that Fairview. t he ........ .. v;ii;;i,i Jennings Bryan. ei's't of Lincoln, had been tendered to the Methodist Episcopal llosnital asso option was made yesterday by harlcs Bryan. hiy nrotner. i ue ohu.imi- I in acres of ground are ro oe f .'irc.l with no condition attached other than 'that the property shall be mam Cined for hospital purposes by the ass ertion receiving it. The property is ;.iued at stUKMMXt. TJicy Defrauded Government of j Luxury Taxes. ! NLny YORK. 'Mareh l.V As a result cf an investigation made after a former infernal revenue agent and an officer of ith" Americfpi Fur Dealers' association j v re ariesled on the charge of ih fraud I ing the government of S2.(KHI.(MHl in lux i i try taxes on furs, federal agents yesrer Nia.v took possession of tlio fur business of Harnett Veingold. at l."S West I Tv enty-seveoth street. Fifteen other warrants were issued ye.t.rday for the seizure of fur mer chants" establishments, but service was de!a.ed. Collector of Internal Revenue ITank K. Bowers has had .") furriers examined muc the frauds were revealed and close to oil warrants are expected. TOWNSMEN!) J. II a th recovering from II. attack of intestinal trouble. V li.rence Meacham, who tea (dies us, is spending the vacation at sri.us ITS SURPLUS WOOL. of What c. . nt Ci ts S: Per Cent , It Paid for It. MMfinvcTov tnrcli Ar.nro'f i-.-'itely C..V..7:'..".(i::2 nounds of surplus wool i.ave-licen sold by the war depart r'. ut since the armistice, it was an noMneed vesteiday. The cost value of this wool was aipro.umately .S4 .-..t-S.-and tlie amount realized on the sales v as approximately 4IS.::i.KtMi. making Ihe percentage. of recovery 8(. according the war department ligures. sm- wooi nas now umi Mnu. t.. i,. I in won on sa c. I lie oe- p.utnient has been guided by a caretul -ti'dv of the conditions of the market. ::id the upset price placed on all of ' Mr se en Miss , in ' A I h i lioine. i 1 I -V niiion s- rviee was held at the Con-1 gregatioi.nl church Sunday with Rev. R.' II. Bosworth presiding. I i i Mi.-s I'leamir Willard came Saturdav j from Marlboro, where she teaches, to j spend the vacation at holm'. j Sugaring began in earnest last week.' I All but the later-running sugar i daces set up. Sap has been running son Property from Taxation There was a gocd attendance at the an nual town meet ing 'yesterday and a large amount of business was transacted. A feature of the gathering was the refusal the voters to exempt the property of E. Robertson & Co. The me. -ting was called to order by Moderator Willis D. Stearns, who read the town warrant of ",() articles. Edalbert J. Temple was re-elected town clerk for the ensuing year. The report of the se lectmen, auditors and other town otlieers was accepted and adopted .s printed. Ezra B. Pike was re-elected one of the three selectmen for three years. Fred A. Buckley was chosen selectman to succeed Prentiss W. Taylor. resigned. C. E. Keyou was elected town treasurer: John E. Sett, town auditor: Walter 1 1. Bar rett, highway agent; Clarence D. Fay. duct oi the nre department, ami W U- jliatn E. Watson, trustee of the ccmeterv trust fund for the ensuing three years. I The remainder of the agents and other town officers were left to the decision f the selectmen. " I Articles ." ami 0 were taken care of in the budget, printed in the town report. Articles 7 and S were indefinitely ost poned. Under article U the sum of .Sl.tMHl .was voted to be raised and appropriated for repairing, where necessary. th high way near the farm of C. O. Thomas. .The sum of SI J ' was also voted t be raised and appropriated for repairing and resurfacing the Plain road. j Under article 11. it was voted to raise and apoioKiiate SMM more, to le ad. led to the S1.2(Kt appropriated some time ago, this sum to be left in the hands of the committee in charge, and the fire 'depart -liient. for the disMsal as they see tit in i purchasing a chemical apparatus, or for ! repairing the steam pumns in tire mills. Under .article 12. N.'1."0 was voted to j purchase a light road scraper. A nicies " ami 1 I. each referring to sidewalks, a committee of three. W. E. Watson, Pren-t iliss W. Taylor and Rufus M. Lang- worthy, was apjioiiitcd to act with the .selectmen to repair ami resurface all sidewalks, including the Main street side- from the food sale, held in the vestry of the First Con gregational church last Saturday by the Indies' society of the church. Mrs. Frank Ouillette returned Monday afternoon to her home in Easthainpton. Mass.. after having spent the winter here with Mrs. Charles A. Fletcher. The annual school meeting will be held in the town hall Saturday afternoon, March is. at A o'clock. The warrant contains seven articles, all of which are of routine nature. have been received of James William, to Mr. I ashner. iif Springfield, March 11. Mrs. Dash Miss Irene Lcfehvre, and Mrs. Philbert Le- v re ot this town. Clayton Edmund ( iweir. 1 1 -months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Claton A. Owen. 'died in the Melrose hopitai in West Brat tleboro Monday morning" at 7. ."Ml. .''where he was taken Sunday; rnv funeral was held iu the home at 2 o'clock Wednesday Afternoon. Rev. J. II i 'Sargnnr' officiating. i Burial took place in .Pine-Grove ceme tery, i .''! ' ' - ' A small party of people gathered 'in" the home of Mrs. Bryant Thayer on Canal street Saturday. March 11, in honor of her birthday anniversary. A pleasant time ....... ....... tt 1. .. 1 . ... . 1 . I. ...is j" in , ancr men a oeiicious. luncn was served by Mrs. Thayer's daughter,' .Mrs. William .,lcl.Hlen. the lunch con sisted of sandwiches, salads, birthday cake, fruit and coffee. Mrs. Thayer re ceived many 'gifts, including postal cards, money, etc. Aniiounceemnts the birth of a son. and .Mrs. Wilfred Yt., on Saturday, tier was formerly daughter of Mr. fe. walk, and to ll'lls SoarKs is staving at the EHie Farwelt and Rev. W. Prof. D. G. Smythe's while are ijuarantined for scarlet IS. 17 20 3 35 2.1 42 v& y TO ii 0S 4 14. 13 11 . . 4C 8 :V GS " 4. '3 S3- 2 55 17 I have been steadilv. M"iss Julia home of Mrs. II. Xobbs .-it ineir lauiiiK's fever. ? Friends were glad to see Veteran John (Jrout able to be our again this week aft er being housed and much of the time confined to the bed since Christmas. All wish him continued good health. Mrs. Rose White of Canaan. X. II.. came Saturday 10 visit at the home of her father. W. W. Whitney.' Miss Col lins, a teacher of Canaan, accompanied I he;- and will remain tor a week s vaca tion. News has been received that Miss An gelina Simpson. English teacher at the junior-senior high school, was operated upon at the Rutland hospital Thursday for appendicitis. She was spending the school vacation at her home in Rutland.! .West River has broken un in sections! through this vicinity. A clear stretch of water is loiiowed by an equal interval of piled up cakes of ice. In most places, however, the warm days have allowed time to wear a gradually widening chan nel iniougu. so ir is liopea no .serious damage will result. !... II . 11 ,. , , . i ro,. j. ,. Miiyuio, who lias neen spending a week's vacation at his home here, started Sunday for the long hike to Brattleboro ui order to return Mon day to his school in Hartford. Conn. From Xewfane to Dnmmerston, however. he obtained a ride, which shortened the journey considerably. He has made th full trip on other visits here. money will be raised and ap propriated for this purMse. Article was to see if the town would vote to exempt from taxation for a period 01 in years t,. j,. iCotiertson & Co. on its real estate, machinery and stock in trade, employed by it in its paper business in this town. This article was voted on by ballot. Us votes being cast. IOC. Xo and 42 Yes. Under article 1C. the sum of S1.5(10 was appropriated to aid the American Red Chance for Constructive Study. ( Waterbury Record. ) We would like to have someone who takes a iTelight in juggling with ligures, study out just what part of every dollar raised for state expenses goes for the so- .-!il...l "..I-. .r- " 'Vi.-.o 1... 1 ..... .. . . . ' . .. I I....-I.. selii.jil 1I1 rttfti.r Unit we nave never happened to see it. ,vi , " ., V ,r, , i ...... -1. 1...;..,, ..;.i ..i....,, 1, ' Leon E. Crout. 1 his makes I II. II. II I - 1.. iu ... (. II- I , I 1 I . t 11 .--.I 1.1 I 1. the attempt to reduce the tuxes would be important to know the "over head" is excessive or etc.. in that it whether not. A Prospective State Senator. (Rutland Herald). "Russ" Page, son of Senator Carroll S. Page, will bi a candidate for the state senate from Lamoille county. Young Mr. Page is a pretty good business man. inter ested in town and state affairs, personally popular and likely to be a pretty good member. JAMAICA. Miss Edith Clarke is home school for tin spring vacation. Judge E. L. Waterman was a visitor with relatives in town last week. Late Benson of Amherst, Mass.. has been at Ernest Martin's the past week. Judge A. E. Cndvvorth of South Lon donderry was a business visitor here this 1. week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stsrk. who have been ill two weeks with grip, are able to be up. The village school closed Monday. Mrs. Mallory going to her home in South. Lon donderry. J Mr. and Mrs. J. A.. Muzzy visited their. son. Harold .Muzzy, in Yvestlield, Mass., last week. Ben Howard of Putney was called here Friday because of the illness of bis uncle, Revillo Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland of. Brattle boro, who were called here because of the illness of Mrs. p. I.ooinis, returned to Brattleboro Monday. Martin (Jleason. new telephone pro prietor, has finished moving from Wards boro and expects to have the telephone central installed in his home iu a few days. Jay King, who has worked all winter for Frank Rue. has finished there and is in Pikes Falls for sugaring. Bright King,' who also has worked there, is helping his! father during sugaring. j Fred Bailard is carrying on Sam Cheeney's . sugar orchard. Harry Clough' is helping Alfred Crowninshiebl. Frank! Kue has Ids new sugar house nearly rin--sJid,.ieidy to begin iHiiling. .Miss Edna Burnap is at Mrs. Ceorge Cardner's helping care for Mrs. Looinis, who was 12 years old Tuesday and who has be en very ill witli gfii. Mrs. Looinis i more comfortable at present. Mrs. Flora Stevens and son, Howard, of Br;; (tleboro. who have been at Charles Can's three weeks, returned to Brattle boro Monday morning. 'Mrs. Stevens has been studying at the Northampton hospital to become a nurse. v Revillo Howard. !H). who has been critically ill with pneumonia, is reported more comfortable. Dr. O. Y. Hefflon is attending him. Others who have been ami are still very ill with bronchitis and grip are .Mrs. 11. o. Lmerson, Mrs. Timothy and Mr. and Mrs. Myron John won. me of the changes in officers town ti. wit i I. r 1v.11: tli. iil.inf !... .if I t...l.... ! 1,1., ..ii,, .1..,, ...... ,.1. . . .. V I' . LI Wl 111 place ofj 11 years Mr.. iCrout has served on the hoard. Being a, graduate of the University of Vermont, and of Columbia college, as well as a! great reader ami one interested 111 any-j thing that would help the young people.! made him capable of the good service' which he has rendered. He was glad to! be released 111 order to attend to hi pcrs-mul business affairs. "With a voice ranging over five octaves. from one note higher than Mme. Patti" highest, to lower than the previous ree ord bass, a 44-year-old Viennese nial singer has been attracting much notice. mmmmiMmmMmmmmmm Can you finish this picture? Draw from one to two and so on to the end. Traced Through Correspondence. Lawyers and others whose business It is to find missing heirs to un claimed fortunes (". -clare that women are much more difficult tt trace than men, owing to their change pot name at marriage, T They are, however, more ready to keep up correspondence with girl friends of their you!iful days, and they often have cause to bless these tdd remembrances. Art. Art, like the universe, exists for Its own sake, and as the universe re mains eternally the same, though our conceptions of the universe are sub ject to Incessant change, so must art remain Independent of the ephemeral conceptions of art. Ilelue. Uid you ever try Grape JNuts O with stewed. prunes or peaches THERE isn't anything better for breakfast or lunch than a dish of Grape-Nuts, with cream or milk, and stewed prunes or peaches. This delicious combination gives you the ele ments of a well-balanced food. For it contains not only the material needed to build tissue and furnish energy, but it also supplies fruit acids, that help keep the system in good order. t Go to your grocer today and order a package of delicious Grape-Nuts. You will find that it will digest more readily than most other cereals, and it will "stay by" you longer because it's so richly nourishing. . m ll svvfsv?;. GrapcNuts fir Health there's a Reason sir w ml . mmtmm. rvfttewj -T"w Ti'i vwr oe- 7 . ,.vtv 1 l-Lli -3 WW "1 in chinchilla $39 "That's a Bully Coat", He'll Say He'll probably survey you admiringly, and then man-like feel he's said he last word in praise with "That's a bully coat." And being a Wpoltex coat and having been man designed and tailored it swells with pride at such words. 1 k You'll echo "bully" to this coat, too, when you slip it on and view yourself in the mirror. The collar closes up just right ; the shoulders are snug fitting; the p'ockets a'smart style feature as well as such a coihfort. The fabric is herringbone and tweed, a real outdoor Knockabout fabric, yet so beautiful in texture and tone as to be almost dressy. The Store That Sells Wooltcx TRY ONCE The Boston Fruit Pecan Fudge, 45c lb. Hand-Dipped Assorted Chocolates as follows: Nougatines, Maple, Raspberry, Peppermint Pat ties, Coffee, Ice Cream Drops, Orange SPECIAL 39 POUND BOSTON FRUIT STORE Ballas Bros., Proprietors Fresh Fish Halibut ....... Mackerel . Haddock, whole Haddock, sliced Cod Salmon ... it 40 lb. 30? lb. 15 lb. 20 lb. 25 lb. 40d lb. Boston Blue 20 lb. Oysters t. 70 qt. CORY'S MARKET 4 SOUTH MAIN STREET St. Patrick's Day Girds Are Better Than Ever Shamrocks Nice Bushy Little Plants at Very Reasonable Prices Bulb Plants Have Never Been So Nice As This Year , HOPKINS THE FLORIST t u r.