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CLASSIFIED Advt's Are on Page Six NLY Daily Newspaper in Southeastern Vermont fjur u' c4 e a i n rB n Li y tj hi ti BR ATTLEB OR O, VERMONT, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1022. VOL.10. NO. 169 THREE CENTS. fa M Si" U M 1 M 12 IJ H LI rl Va il S - E3 V I H M y E-r I M J 44 I u 20.000 BELIEVED IN TURKISH MASSA CUES. CITY OF Later Messages Magnify Tradegy Flames Drive Crowds of Christian Ref ugees Into Water Pre fer Death to Being Burned Alive by Kcmal Pasha's Soldiers HOSTS OF GREEK SOLDIERS BEHEADED Whole Countryside Devas tated Rain Following Fire Intensifies Suffering Pestilence Developing British Fleet to Block Dardanelles Against the Turkish Forces LONDON", Sept. ( A --.x iat, .i Pr"as. j Succeeding (li'.-p:iU-l:t-- l'r lii ( "on -tit !t inople. Athens and oilier cen ters of information in the Near Has', only tend to magnify the tale of t be tragedy in Smyrna. The grcaicr j : rt of the city i-1 i! ruin- and the tlam-s. according to the la test account- had reached the water front, where the pier were crowded with tVar crazed Chri-t ian refugees. Many haw thrown them selves into llie water rat lief than run the ri-k of being burned alive or of facing Mustapha Kemal Pa-ha's ol diery drunk with victory and tired with religious fannt icism. Despatches from Greek ;ni:iM'- tell of horrible tortures and mutilation and wholesale execution. Large number- of (I reek soldiers have been decapitated tbev say, and others thrown into tin si-a. Women and children art! being put. to the i-word. The late-t Athens despatch jiio:-s an American relief worker us declaring that up to Thursday morning there bad been Il'U.IHKI killed. It is reported that the whole country side lias been devastated. While the Turkish forces in the north advance comes the announcement that the liritish fleet in the Dardanelles has Ik'cii ordered to prevent, any attempt to cross the straits and that no -iiip-shall be allowed to transfer troops in a movement toward Thrace. On'icinl de -patches received from Smyrna today state that all Pr- imi consulates were destroyed by 1r" with tl:e exception of tho-.g Spain, l'.el gium and Norway. City Ii(ks Fod and Water. ( ONSTANT1 M'l.fi S. pt. Hi. (As sociated Press.) Upwards of i!,(iu;i per sons perished in the great lire at Smyrna: 'j ,"(( building- v ere i!e st roved and all the American u-.'pertv wired out. A heavy rain continued to fail after the tire, makntr the plijht of the inhabitants and refugees pitiable. Thousands pleaded with the American l'.llle Jackets there to give thrill shelter aboard the destroyers. Many in de ner.it ion iiimned into the water and were drowned I"he city is without rule- quate food and. water, tarv conditions is LricK ot sani giving jrise Ij jiest iler.ee. Dance Schedule Home of Clean Amusements DANCE TONIGHT BIG DANCE Next Monday Night Th e Popular Boston University Orchestra COMING FOR THE BIG DANCE Next Wednesday Night The Original Central America Marimba Band of Guatemala The Great Novelty Orchestra. First Time In Brattleboro Nothing Like It Ever Heard Here Before DON'T FORGET THAT NOONDAY EUNCII FOR T0c IN THE PALM GARDEN -- -J- j , j; jf- IS'. l-i-.iiifC. - n i" rr.li if r- a;...1... . . SMYRNA LOVE OF PONGEE SHIRTS Rl "RG EAR'S UNDOING POSTON, Sept. 1G. A fondness for pongee shirts led a burglar to spend so much time in a wholesale ilothiug store early today that lie w;is trapped under a fount er ly 1 he police. The man, who nave the name of James Mullen, was found to lie wearing s:v shirts of this description and six belts. In l is pockets were many cull buttons and piled up ready to take away were boxes of garters, hose and handkerchiefs. NO ARGEEMEXT BY QUINCY GRANITE Neither Manufacturers Nor Cutters Fa vor Reinstatement Fee to Settle Strike. oriNv'Y. Mas.-.. Sept. it;. -The (,::in-y (iraiiite Manufaeturers a-oeia-i ion and the loc-il brain!1 of ;iai:o" t utlir-' union, meeting separately la-t veiling", voted to reiect a s-tmc-t io-s of a ciii! lYrcnee committee repre?etit inj: J lie two organizations that non-union men pay a re instat einerit fee as one of the terms of a -trike -cMlemeut. 'till, cutters adopted the proposals of 1 he conference for recognition f tl.e in;';..)., a It hour v.eik at :'rl an hour b:twee; Nov. i and April I and a -to hour wet 1. t b" remainder of the year, as v.cll :;j reei e f nol to d iscri m i na ' e asa::!-t si.-e of a n v -lock. vh rev r cut. 'I iii' ma mil' o i urers failed to accept l'.... le-iort of the emmittee. 55,000,000 FIRE ON NEW ORLEANS FRONT i otvt rntnent Wharves anil Warehouses Destroyed Five Iilocks In Ruins. N1"V OKI. FANS. Sept. K' fAss.,-ciao-ii I'rcssi. Five blocks of wharves ;i':d warehouses along tin' Mississijipi river from were in ruins today following , s a tire which la-t night did damage esi-l , mated m xee.-s t .i.i"Ni.otMi. i m- wharves and warehouses were erected i by Ihe ft (ieral government in 101S an I r.il!. About -III Im.x cars loath-d with j merchandise were destroyed. 1 AIJLi DAY FI( I IT AT SLIOO. Nationals Dislodge Irregulars from Al naM Impregnable Position. IM'P.I.IN. Sept. H' (Asseciated Press) An all day battle occurred in Sligo 'Ihiii'sday between national army forces and irregulars in which oni'iianda nt io-iittal .John J. MeKeowu in a despatch' described "the magnificent national lriM.ps" as showing a o.i.ilne-s pradi eally iineijuahil in disl. !:;; nr ihe irreg ebii's f"om an almost impregiiatile posi tion. The nationalist casualties. d"- ;; ie. t. he tew. included Ilrigadicr to n eial Ring, killed, and tbncral I.alor, slightly wounded. The irregulars' cas ualties ate described as heavy. Major (bncral Mc.Mahoii has appointed chief of staff of tin State army. been Free "t;h;--.samancy'' is the name which has Ir.-en given to the newest "science." It c insists in reading people's characters by tiie shape and size of the tongue. . First Church of Christ, Scientist Putney Koad. Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7."i Ii. m. Subject Sept. 17. Matter. The Wtducsday evening meeting, which in e'mles testimonials of Christian Science Vealing. is at 7. b" o'clock. The reading o.,in in the church foyer is open daily, except Sundays. Wednesday evenings and legal holidays, from TJ to 1. ". to .". and 7..".0 to o'clock. All tire welcome. AUDITORIUM, SATURDAY, SEPT. 23 MATINEE 2.30 r.nd NIGHT 8.39 Ms mi YORK Over fi ve Million People Have, Witnessed and Accfaimed t&nderfffl Producing Vv ook bu Jdmej fhnteomeri Vrv , fluff c by &rrijerney : 7 y y ynej6ifJojephW(brihij MUSICAL IT CONTAINS nORb USUALLY FOUND IN 6l1cnlhsin 0OSTON 6t1onlhsin Philadelphia ffaebeen , every large center PRICES Matinee: 50c. 75c. Night: 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50, $2. Box Seats $2.50 Plus Tax Seat Sale Opens Wednesday 9 a. m., at Fenton's Men's Shop. Phone 476-W KILLED 9 IN i I FORD CLOSiNG TODAY The Shut Down Is Protest Against Exhorbitant Price of Coal 100,000 MEN THROWN INTO IDLENESS All Workers Advised to Save Money and lave Economically as Fossible Ford j .Maintains I'ublic Is Ilting (oiiged by! Foal Dealers. 1 i;Tl:i IT, Sept. Id f Associated I lVess). As a protest against paying J v. ha! he believes to be exorbitant prices! f .. coal nn Meel. Henry Ford today j l";;:n the proce-s of che.ing up. ins hugei i:iin try. With the suspension com-J ;hte v.i. 'u the Tad shift of workers leaves the various factories toui-'ht an- nro imately MO.OOO men will have been: IiiimIciv.1 idle for an indetinite period. I In aiinoiineing the contemplated I j c:.,s:,ijr several w. I.s am Mr. Ford de- ; i a. til n,i c ial shortage existed, that ! blokeis w re holding c!iou;li coal to sim ply tl.e needs of the country and th;U he public was being "gouged" bv the ! ..'e.s. Yesterday Mr. Ford as';cd officials of the lelroi( street railway to rearrange is - schedules to care for the night forces of his various factories, who were to he dismissed at 11, it was announced. An nouncement of the intended closing came from oUicials of the street railway com pany. Ford Motor 'o. foremen received in ructiciis yesterday afternoon to advise ail workers under their charge to '".save their money and live as economically as po.s-ih'e" during the suspension. Many of the workers .said they took this to i :. n the shutd w i. might be proti acted.! Alx.'ut -.Umi men will be kept at work j firine; the coke ovens. To p rmit these i ovens to grow cold would ruin them,! Ford said. ANTI HAt E SITC1DE PRAYER. Episcopal (ienera! Convention Favors More Christian Children. PORTLAND. he.. Sept. Id. Ilace s'.li.ide WHS !o a double hh'W hv 111' iicpcral convention o the i ren.-iint I'.pi -copal chur.ii in the approval by t1 house of hi.-hoi-s of a r -port of tl; ! in i -sinn on home and family b f e i V. hid, cmp I- .aci l. 1 he dot V .-I ( hr.'st iar,s to re ar temibes and the .oloiit i or? by the b-ui-e of depul ics of a in ve pravd" iu III" marriage service which the house of bishops , ,. t. iu-ert in the pr.ivt-r book and which has b.'o?;m known as an "nut i-r:.ce-ui"'.de prayer." SEEKINt; SIOTTEE.MENT, New Vork Central Officials Meet villi Fnious Today, NEW YORK. Sept. 1; Officials of the New Vork CVniial lines and six shoperafts unions went into conference today to seek a settlement of the strike on the bnsis of the plan adopted by the policy committee of the unions. Masonic Temple Tuesday. Sept. u!ar meeting of 10. nt 7..".i j. m. Reg llingham Chaiiter, No. "it. ii. F. S. Fir-t iamilv snpiier will be served. All ladies phase bring food. '(pmpanup it Musical Comedij PLAY EVEQ, WBITTEN- 5ufiu HITS iHAFi 13 TEN MUSICAL COmDiK. s-een in $1. $1.50. Box Seats $2 Crr 7 cjvjjzeu wunu. LONP0K THOUSANDS Or STRAW HATS SMASHKD IN X. Y. Ni:W VOKK. Sept. 10. Street cleaners were busy today cleaning up the results of wild orgies of straw hat smaslu rs last night. Along Droadway the appearance of a straw hat was the signal for the rapid entrance of gangs of hood lums. The police were kept busy, hut there wasn't enough of them and there were too many hats. Thou sands of straws were smashed. LEGION PLAYS LAST GAME TOMORROW Opponents at Valley Fair (iround to De Dellows Falls locals Wielding the Willow i .:."i ( lip. I'.ellows Falls will oppose the Legion baseball team in the last game of the .season at the Valley f ;t i r grounds to morrow. The locals have been trying to arrange this game for some time and ere determined t show the Sulphite town nine the cfass of ball that has na) led I'ratilehiWo to register so many victories this season. The legioiiaires continue t c'ov.t the pill and haw amassed a team average of .tioO. This is MO points ahead of the average for t la last two yea rs, indi the boys are travel- eating the fast cli ing. The season has ful financially. A forms made a larg A itlM) rental for eeu far from sueeess SHOfl expense f ir uio- deficit to start with, the gi-niiels. together with the loss of privileges were both soda and seating added handicaps. If baseball is to better support net e-sary . survive and la a not her season, est are re intei ENROLLMENT AT HIGH SCHOOL 431 Present Membership M'ore tii.au Total Enrollment Throughout East Vear I.s:i Tuition Pu;,ils. The n "ist rat ion nf the lira' t leimro liili school now totals :;!. the largest eer known there. "i lit- largest enroll ment at any one time la-t year was -lus, and the total inuuhr of registra tions in the year was 41i. There are now si tuition pupils as against lti'i la-! vi;ir. This year's enrollment by classes fol lows: Seniors, 7u : juniors. ,S-1 ; snoho moies, fr, 'V.Vn.;). I."..:.; teaclu r- traiuing. M; post-graduates, o. ATHENS HAS FINE FAIII. Several from Here i:ecllent Attend and Keport Exhibits. County Agent 11. Wilton Ilarvev. Fis triet Health DKi'T Chester S. Leach. Community Ser-: e Director F. K. P.rown and Miss: Faith L. Yeaw, execu tive .s.cretary of Windham County cliap ter. Red Cross-, were in Athens yester ti.i.v tit attend the town fair. They re port that the quality of the cxhi)rs was equal to any at a big fair. The vege tables, map!.- preduefs, antiques, food, clothing, etc.. were mi display in the town hall. The fair opened at the hall at lO o'clock. The Red Cross had a l.oo'h win-re babies were weighed and i,n;.siirid by Dr. Leach. Miss Clara E. Hoffman. Red Cross public health nurse. I i.e Cltli.Mvn VV ere Frown. Iboi. .lohn ton, 1 . C., Spoke. cut eri a me Parrot t of I bv Wa- Mr. hing- THE WEATHER. air I'oni 'lit and Sunday IVosts Tonight. Tre- dieted WASHINGTON. w at her forecast : pt. Id. Th and lair tonight Sin dav except rain ton M;: 'tie ctia.-t . ( 'oob r intrior. West, north w i ikIs. "tit on eastern h frosts in the and northwest ery Simple. Aunt Helen !.;: cin-j lesson -So you today. took vour brst Did vou find it na'M l.-a r ? Wee Nephew No. auntie, its easy enough. All you have to do is keep turuin' round and wipin' your feet. lloston Transcript. Centre Congregational Church Iiev. Herbert P. Wmidin. I. I)., pastor. Sunday. Sept. 17. 10. .".! a. m. Sermon by the pustor. 1L'.(M in. Ilegular session of the Sunday school. 7.;!0 j). m. Meeting of teachers and oilicers of the Sunday school and board of religious education in the chapel. Monday, Sept. IS 7 p. in. The mem bers of troop 1. l!oy Scouts, will hold thi-ir first meeting of Ihe fall in the chapel. Transplanted-Strawberry Plants lc apiece Tomatoes $1 bushel Potatoes $1 bushel GEORGE E. BLANCHARD Ka.st Putney, Y. 'George 1 ASMJ.JIP Aq J2uCin from EAfiL Dcna DJOGcaj-yroo in The satouday evening cost" rCZUiXQiO DV rOftAEJT UAUTCY D1I5ECTC0 DY UAIiMON VEIGWT A comedy drama that exposes every man's governing passions. Princess Theatre Monday and Tuesday GAIN OF 1267,923 ROOKING! Quadrennial Appraisal by Listers Filed Total of $4,466,513 340 ACRES HELD AS LEASED LANDS Eittle Known About Them by (ieneral VubVic Set Aside When Town Was Organized in 18th Century, for School and Church Purposes. (Special to The Ileformer.) I'.ELLOWS FALLS, Sept. 10. The listers of the town of Rocking ham have filed the results of their quad rennial appraisal of real estate, showing the total valuation as $4.4fifi,."l.'?.. These ligures are an increase of !s2;7,fr!:i over the app.ra'isrtl of llH. In addition to the alwiye are what are termed tile leased lands of the town, of which but few people have any knowl ( dge. They are located in the south western part of the town near the vil lage of 'ambridgeport, ami were set aside when the town was organized in the lvlt century for school and church purposes. There are ."10 acres held by six different owners or tenants, upon which the annual rental amounts to ST'J. lo. which goes to the schools of the state. There are seven other tenants holding an aggregate of L'Jo acres upon which the annual rentals amount to 1 '-". which each year is paid over to j fr,m Texas, where she had been en tile diocese of the Protestant Episcopal gage, iii county public health work a church of the .state and devoted to j year and a half, working greater part church purposes. IJuy Wilson of P.ethel of that time under Miss Erna Kuhn, is ihe treasurer of the leased land j enure Walk tunds of lb tor the state, and I.. 1. I llows Falb is the treasurer The rentals of for Windham N'ounty. these farms amount to a much smaller annual cost to the tenants tiiaa would the present taxes upon the same valua tion of property and thus are greatly to the advantage of ihe tenants. They boh! the title permanently, under leases leading, "As long as wood grows or water runs." The present attorneys for the Society for the Propagation of the Uospel in Foreign Parts, under which name theiKuhn lands vveii' withheld when the charters i of the tovfns from England vyere maue, are Rishop A. . A. Hall and !. V. l;!iss ot Rurlington, lCev. Homer Winte of Randolph. Charles S. Forbes of St. Albans. J r. . E. L. Wyman if Manches ter and (lay Wilson of Itetbel. xvho is secretary and treasurer. The income to the church is about $.'5.MH) a year. There' are these leased lands to the church in ll'ii towns, and over 1,0(H) tenants oc cupy them. In Windham county there are tenants paying these rentals, the amount paid to the church by them be ing about .'."it annually. TIIE BAT COMING TO AUDITORIUM Strong At tract ion to Be Seen One and Perhaps Both Nights of Valley Fair Theatrical Sensation. Tlu' Bat. one of the theatrical sensa tions of the times, is to be sivn here one and perhaps both nights of the Valley fair, having been booked at the Auditorium. After a run of nearly three years at "the Moroseo theatre, Now York, the final performance on Saturday night, Sept. -J. marked the dor-e of one of the most remarkable chapters in the history of American thettres. The lhit plaved for more than !H)! consecutive times on tiroauwav. Jiore than 2.000.000 persons who paid over .So.OOO.noo into the box otlice. saw the plav during those peryVmaneos. Iu actual number of persons attending and in the gros i-iveipts. no phiy has ever cualel the mark of The lat. in New York cit v. The run of the plav which admittedly is based on mystery, is three times greater than any other plav of like character. Nine months ago an Knglish com pany began a run at St. -Tames Theatre. London, that promises, to go on and on indefinitely. Iu addition, two other com panies are touring the Knglish provinces and are meeting with the same Mieoess that was the portion of the touring companies in this country. Pat's Query. l: ridget - Hen how piece m get the the best pil ot per tellin' to lnosipiit os." Pub 'Shure. divils, g.,),l or script. who wants the little Tran- bad?" Boston Knighis of Columbus Hall Monday. Seirt. 18. 8 p. in. Ave Maria Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will hold a social in the form of gentlemen's night, each member beinjr asked to in vito a gentleman. Five hundred and military whist will be played. Alt memlter are urgently requested to be present. Tuesday, Sept. 19. Regular meeting of Leo Council. Knights of Columbus. Special business: F.lection, of officers. Girl Wanted at Hall & Farwell's Dance September 22 DUMMERSTON CENTER Grange Hall SNOW'S ORCHESTRA TAKES UP WORK WITH ENTHUSIASM Miss Hoffman, Ked Cross Nurse, Located . in Townshend Public Meeting to De Held Sept. 2!. Miss ( Tiara E. Hoffman, the Tied Cross public health nurse for the north ern district of Windham county, with headquarters in Townshend, has taken up the work in her district with an en thusiasm that augers success. A public meeting for the purpose of more thor oughly acquainting the citizens of Town shend with the. work which Miss Hoff man is to do and to give all an oppor tunity to meet her will be held in the Townshend town hall Friday evening, Sept. I2f). Miss Hoffman is a native of Indiana, A' f MISS CL.tUA E. HOFFMAN. I and her recent arrival here is her first I visit to New England She cain here who centlv was made supervisor of i Kc, t ross nurses lor the state ot er- j lliori t . Mis Hoffman also was in war work overseas about, four years, serving first with the Murphy unit which went from Chicago in liHti. and later with Fnit l'J. For a year previous to going over seas she was with the Visiting Nurses' as-ociatioii in Chicago, where she had done private nursing for a time after graduating from the Illinois traiug school iu Chicago. A reception to Miss Hoffman and Miss was given Tuesday evening at the of Mr. and Mrs." C. II. Willard home (in Townshend. the guests including Red ' Cross committees, teachers and physi- cian INTEREST IN NEWS FROM SMYRNA TODAY Some Relief Felt by Centre Parish All Women Missionaries in Athens Men Ilemaiu in Smyrna. Much interest and some relief is felt by the Centre Congregational parish over the news today from Smyrna, where its missionaries. Sir. and Mrs. I). K. CetelieH. have been bx-ated. A despatch from the Associated Press says that all women missionaries m mvrna. with tne exception of Mrs. Alexander MacLach-1 Inn. wile ot me president o the president of the Inter-1 national college, are safe at Athens. Hie 'XiHsition. American 1 '.oard of Commissioners for 'he demonstration team took first Foreign Missions was in formed in a place at the state fair in White River cablegram received in liaston today from .'unction Wednesday. Three other teams the .Greek city. The missionary men will go from Vermont to give demonstra were still in Smyrna, the message said, j tions at the exposition. Mrs. Maol.aehlan is believed to have re-i mained with her husband. j DEMONSTRATION OF GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY. Philip Wheeler and Miss Ruth Barker to Leave for School. Following the regular prayer meeting last evening at the First Methodist church, a farewell party was given by the youn mg people to Philip Wheeler and ,) tinting of garments in a demonstra iuth Darker, both of whom are . tion given by Miss Eleanor J. Suther- Miss I to i;o nwiir soon for advance education After a jolly time with games and songs. 1 refreshments were served. In behalf of the young people of the church. Rev. Mr. Chayer presented Miss Darker a fountain pen and Mr. Wheeler a leather bound copy of. Tennyson's Poems. Philip Wheeler is a son of Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Wheeler of 2 Chestnut hill. He graduated last spring from the I'.rat tleboro high school as an honor student, and won an Austino prize for scholar ship. He leaves Monday to enter Wes levan university at Middletown, Conn. Miss Darker also is a graduate of the Drattbb.rro high school, and since her graduation has been employed as stetwg grapher by the lbdstein-Friesian asso ciation. She will leave in about two weeks to enter the Training School for Christian Service iu New York city, to specialize in children's work. Doth of these voting people ate members of the Methodist church, and have ably assisted in the work. Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Charles C. Chayer, Pastor. Sunday. Sept. 17. p. m. Morning worship. The service' of Holy Communion will be held, and iiew members re ceived into the church. Repairs on the auditorium are now com pleted, and morning services will lie resumed tomorrow in this room. a. m. Sunday school. Classes in nil departments will be re sumed. Men cordially invited to the All Men's class. io.r.o 1 1 .15 (...".() p. m. Epworth league The pastor will lead the and all young people art! p. m. Evening worship. Lest We Forget. service, service, invited. Theme, Saturday, Sept. Dl, beginning at 2 o'clock Group No. 4 will hold a food sale on the church lawn. All women of the church are asked to contribute. Wednesday, at 7 p. in. Sewing class at the parsonage. All girls and young women of the church are welcome. Friday at 7.00 p. m. Prayer meeting in the vestry. CONTRACTS LET ' BY PRESBREY CO. Granite Finishing Plant to Be Built by Firm from Holyoke WILL COST WITH EQUIPMENT $140,000 Fifty .Men to Be Employed at First and 100 when in Full Operation J. Wil son Dods of Barre to Be Works Man ager Here. Plans are well under way for the construction of the new granite finish ing plant of the Presbrey-Leland Co., manufacturers and finishers of granite, monuments, mausoleums, statuary, etc., which is to be Rrattleboro's newest in--dustry. Actual work on the main build ing is expected to be begun shortly after Oct. 1. by xvhiek time the present build ings on the property, which have been used as a canning factory, will have been removed. T. Wilson Dods, manager of the Barre plant of the Presbrey-Leland Co. for over seven year?, is to be the - works manager of the new plant here. Mr. Dods was in Brattleboro yesterday with A. R. Lane, a prominent contractor of Dane, who will lay the foundation and have general supervision of construc tion. Mr. Dods investigated the power situation and it is expected that the necessary contracts will be made. The contract for the steel structure has been awarded to the Palmer Steel Co. of Holyoke. Mass., and the cost of the building with its equipment -mill be about -$14(1.000. The main tinkling will be L'f.l feet long. 130 feet wide and 40 feet high. In this building will be installed two traveling cranes, one of 40 tons capacity and the other of 20 tons, both of which will be f0 feet long. A smaller crane. IS feet long, with a lifting power of 15 tons, will ba in stalled in an ell part along one side of the plant. A feature of the building will lie the use of continuous metal sash on all four sides, which wuT provide the maximum use of daylight as well as in suring thorough ventilation. Particular attention has been given to the plans for the best working condi tions of the employes, health being the (Continued on Page Eight) SEED POTATO TEAM GOES' TO EXPOSITION j Guilford Trio Who Took First Place at I State Fair to Demonstrate in Springfield, Mass. A peed potato demonstration team consisting of Catherine and Elva Gallup and Harry Reals, all of Guilford, will be taken by County Club Agent Yiola M. Cameron this afternoon to Snrinzfield. I Mass., where they will be at Camp Vail at the Eastern States Exposition all , next week, giving demonstrations on the 1 care and selection of seed potatoes. . !. ",rJ" APent it. uton Ilarvey and Ml: s .Cameron will divide time at the DYEING GIVEN Women Given Valuable Information by Miss Eleanor Sutherland in Centre Church Vestry. Forty-five women gathered much val uable information regarding the dveinsr land, a specialist of the Wells-Richard son Co., yesterday at the Centre Congre gational church vestry. Miss Suther land also gave a demonstration in Wil mington Thursday, which was attended by o. women. She gave a talk on the principles of dyeing, discussing each .garment brought in and telling what -color it would take and how to get the color. She tinted a crepe de chine waist with white lace, the lace remaining white. Special em phasis was put on the new fall colors. She also told how to re-finish a room as to wall paper, rugs, draperies, etc. Several questions asked by women of the audience were answered by Miss Sutherland. First Baptist Church Rev. Clark T. RrownelL D. D., Pastor. .Sunday, Sept. 17. 10. 0 a. in. Morning worship. Sermon, liie tattle at the Gate. 11.45 a. m. Bible school. 7.o0 p. m. Evening service. Subject, The Lost Shield. Monday. 7.3f Meeting of World Endeavor nle Guild' in chapel. Tuiyday, Christian society. Thursday. 3 p. m. Regular business and social meeting of Woman's! Society iu chapel. Friday. 4 p. m. Junior Endeavor; 7.:i0 Rejrular church prayer meeting. All Souls Church Iiev. Edwin P. Wod, Pastor. Rev. E. Q. S. Osgood, Pastor Emeritus. Sunday, Sept. 17. IO.oO a. m. Morning worship. The pastor Will begin a series of ser mons on The Piltrrimage of Life. 1 !.." a.m. Sunday School. Thursday, Sept. 21, at 3 p. m. Mis sion Circle in parish home. Annual tea meeting:. Reports from state conven tion; i.3 Daughters' Circle. Annual covered dish supper. We hope for large attendance at these opening meetings.