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THE 1IAKKK DAILY TIMKS, J1AHHK VT TUKSDAV. JULY' 27, 1013.
111 I Mfc, w v2g uair Sunsrb CHELSEA BETHEL EAST ORANGE C D. Quimby and G. II. Bonhonon were at East Corinth on business re cently. Mrs. Ora Hutchinson and son, Glen, Were in Vershire Saturday and Sunday, visiting her mother, Mrs. Parshley, who lias not been as well the past week Mrs. George Feleh has been working at Roland Day's in Corinth the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bisson of East Uarre visited at Corliss Trombly s bun day. Charles Dow and Mrs. Delia Green were I?arre visitors recently. Miss Viola Hutchinson visited her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutchinson, Sunday, and Mrs. Hutchinson and daugh. . ter .Jessie, carried her back to her work at Washington Sunday night. Kenneth Hubbard, who has been visit ing at O. A. Prescott's a few weeks, re turned to his home at New Haven, Conn., .Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gleason of St. Johnsbury and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thurber of Danville passed through this place on an auto trip several days ago and called on Miss Jryra Eastman. Ihey also visited old friends in Waits River the girlhood home of Mrs. Gleason ynd her sister, Mrs. Ihurber. Frank Bixby of Chelsea was at Harry Smith's the last of the week, buying stock for market. ' O. A. and H. A. Prescott, Mrs. Nellie Bailey and Nina Bohonon were among a party of 24 people to spend a day at Lake Morev recently. Mrs. Aldrich Havward and Mrs. J, Hayward of West Topshara were at A, B. Heed s Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mapoon of Brad ford visited at Bernard Simpson's Sat tirday and Sunday. Mrs. Nora Jesseman, who has been tick for a long time at the home of her mother, Mrs. Palmer, is improving a lit tie. Mrs. Lenora Richardson of Corinth was the guest of Mrs. A. R Beede Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bishop and daugh ters of Kast Barre visited at George Bishop's Sunday. Mrs. G. L. Bishop was called to Worces ter, Mas., on account of the serious ill jipbs of her mother. Miss Kthel Hamilton, who has been visiting friends in Williamstown and East Barre for a week or more, ha re turned home. SOUTH ROYALTON Deith of Mrs. Claris Flint, Aged 81 Years, Occurred Monday. Mrs. Clarissa Flint died at 6 o'clock Monday afternoon at the age of 81 years. Mrs. Flint was the widow of the late Jonas Flint. Two sons, Otis, a rural carrier, George, a shoemaker of this place, and one daughter, Mrs. Wilson, now residing in franklin, N. II., survive her. ' Miss Kdith Howard hat to far im proved that the is able to walk out a hort distance. Mrs. Williams, her nurse, lias returned to her home in Randolph. Mrs. Albert Merrill picked from 111 t raw berry plants art out last year, 137 bankets of berries. .!. M. Shepird hat been a little better for tbe past few days. Mrs. E. If. Satby and daughter, Mur Id, are visiting in Barnard. C. B. Croft has told hit jewelry store to John Ptirkee. Mrt. George Filet wat taken Friday to the Randolph sanatorium for an rp erst ion on the etr. Rev. R. A. Greene, D. P pastor of a Chtrleitown, .Ms as., I nlversilist church, rilled last Monday on Mr. and Mrt. F. M. Bryant. Misaes Lottie and Olive Merrill re lumed Friday from Barre, where they hive been tinting a brother, C A. Mer rill. Mr. and Mrt. A. F.. Prine of Iowa City have been visiting at John (rfod-rkh't. RANDOLPH Mr. and Mrt. Harry Tilson tnI Mrt. .To.t. h Tilaon went to Hardwuk on Sun day, letting the litter for a few dayt' ttar there. Mrt. K C Viuphie. who bat been with )er titter. Mr. J. D. Mil' Hell, for the liat wek, rHn'ned t Wr home in lirvhrewater n Monday. Mra. tieorg Hint went t I.llw ?tTMUy for a k'i tay with frsenda. Mr. and Mr. V. F. Maerv, after pil ing a wek it Mr. and Mrt. Kiy rd way and oOw re It ti vet in ti. Wt n Snn lay mieH for tbetr bom in Mont pelier. It it mmnr-4 thit -rl li..Tiet for yuto driving Kive twee Utke from r twt in to n tbe eharg f (t dnv-J?-r. tnd it f iret.4 that the affair w ill be itv1irt-d tt-ta we-k. Miss Lyle Tracy of Boston arrived in G. H. Slack Pleaded Not Guilty To Steal town laBt Friday for a wcek't visit to j- Cage 0f geeri her mother, Mrs. Laura Tracy, and also ,,,, ' . , , . , her brother, O, D. Tracy. Mack, section hand, was arrested Mcrritt Partridge, who has worked for t Friday charged with breaking into a several months for Edward 0. Mattoon, r t the station and stealing a case of bae finished his term of service there beer. On Suturday Stute's Attorney B. and has engaged to work for Fred J I. E. Colo of Windsor was hero, and tho Bohonon through haying. prisoner pleaded not guilty and claimed Lieutenant Governor Darling wag In '" biiumut man, wiium n imm Montpelier last week, engaged in work whom the ollicers are now looking for, on the revision of tho statutes, return- uruugm wo uuer io me iniouu un l,i, lm.no Ntnr, iiv Avnn ncr. muck was Jiving ana tnai iney aran Fred 11. ( Joodwin and Truman H. Rncar tome of it together. He was allowed hav,, each recently built miraffet and hi liberty On bail furnished by the ofll have taken their newly purchased cars cers- The arrest was mad.) by Railway home. Detective Bolton of St. Albans. Archie Goodale. who lias been work-1 ing here for several weeks for Contrac- T" hist Friday's issue of the Boston tor Daniel G. Stoughton, completed his r Published an Interview with Miss services here Saturday and returned to waiier, me wen Known auinor his home in South Royalton. wtloso present home is at Nantucket, E. Alonzo Taylor of Barre City was a wll 8Pc,lt "!h of heT "fe ,,Pre visitor last week at the home of his M'ss Eva Gray of Hardwkk is visit- danirhter. Mrs. Ocorire D. Lvford. Ing at Henry Gray S. Assistant Judiros Ifavward of Tun- Yuzef Kovaleski, aged 27 years, un bridiro and Bucll of Strafford were in married, appeared in Justice of the Peace town for a day last week to inspect the C. 0. Spaulding's court yesterday and new cement sidewalk which has been pleaded guilty to a breach of the peace constructed by Mr. Stoughton from the committed on Sunday at the home of courthouse to the Jail-street bridge. Yuzef Gajko, where he boarded.'and paid The baseball crama olaved Saturday "e or J and costs. afternoon at Mattoon's Dark, between Rev. R. W. McClure, Misses Sara Mc the local team and the East Barre sec- dure, Helen Brooks and Gladys Wilson onds. waa an interesting same from start Ned Davis. Max Barrows, John W llnon to finmh and waa enlivened dnrinor the jr.. James Wilson, John Batchelder, Lee last few inniruys bv the closeness of the Lavere, Oilman Marshall, Roland New score, which was tied in the ninth in- ton and Edmund Regan were planning to ning, necessitating the playing of the R into camp at Barnard lake to-day for tenth inning, when the visiting team aDOl en avg- got a run across the plate and won the Melvm H. Billings, aged 70 years, a game. I reureu iarmer, uiea yesieraay at ms Rev. A. J. Eastman of Lynn, Mass., 'nme in uarnara village, aner a long arrived in town last week for a visit at "mess wun cancer oi me ooweis. lie the home of his daughter, Mrs. Richard one of Barnard's most prominent H. Bacon. ,,len ana represenieu nis lown in me leg- Rev. Carl If. Corwin. who had heen islature of 1910. He is survived by his the guest of his parents for about two second wife, who was Isettie Richardson weeks, left last week on his return trio of Stockbridge, two sons and several to Porto Rico, where he has been for grandchildren. Services will be held to three years as a'misisonary. morrow forenoon at 10 o'clock at the Misses Pauline and Mary Darling left I nome and 11 o'clock at the Methodist Saturday mornmor for Suituate. Mass.. I'lscui'm cuureii in ouiwru, wmi in to BDend two weeks at the home of their ternjent at the North Barnard cemetery. uncle, General Charles K. Darling. Dr, and Mrs. E. A. Burnett of Swanton Leland Partridce. who makes his home are visiting relatives here. with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jewell of Cor- Miss Carrie A. Curtis of Lancaster, intli, spent Sunday with his parents here. - . former resident and teacher, is A very unique and enjoyable bazaar visiung irienas in wwn. was held at the opera house last Tuesday Miss Lois Redmond of Newport wat a evening, which was in charoe of 17 vonni? recent guest of Miss Amy ilson ladies, assisted by the Chelsea orchestra 1'he complete staff of teachers of the of five pieces, which presented their serv- village schools lias now been secured, as ices free of charge. A food sale was nigu aeuuui, ynm-ipai, naiuiu followed by a buffet lunch of sandwiches, Haskins, a recent graduate of Middle iced tea, ice cream and cake, punch and bury college in the classical course, with buttered noneorn. Kfi in nrdur was fine record as a student and a man, dancing and a promenade at five cents president of his class during his college pe rfigure. The net! ncome from the course and captain of his college base bazaar waa 43.45. which wat presented ball team; assistant!, Misses Mary by the young ladies to the Ten-Pin club Tewksbury. re-engaged, and Mildred P. for their sidewalk fund, which donation. Masse a recent graduate of Boston uni- as well as the spirit which prompted it, 1 versity in the classical course; teacher is much appreciated by the ladies of the of commercial subjects, including ste- club. Inograpny and typewriting, alias Agnet Mr. and Mrt. Harry N. Sanborn spent ry, a graduate of Burlington high several days last week with relatives school and Vermont Business college, and and friend's m Barre City, returning niec 01 Matthew 0. Leary of Burling- home Sunday evening. toni grammar school. Miss Pearle Ralph, . " ... I J. i!iL J ..'..it 1 "W - Mr. and Mra. Leon E. Grant and son, r--gKu; grauea, .mas Walter, and Mr. and Mra. Charlc. Diir- Helen raneuf; third and fourth grades, kee were in Randolph last week Wednes- Miss Josephine Kourke, the last two day to attend a meeting of R. F. D. car- recent graduates of the Massachusetts . - . . " . . . - I f A J. "V" 1 1. 1 i. . 11. riers. makinor the trip in the former't l w iurraai tu nwn at ixweu; aecon new ear I grade, Mist Ruth Leonard; first gradi 5Ira. L. A. Farrintrton. who went with Miss Helen Brooks, both re-engaged; su her hnshand in the snrinir tn Cahot for pervisor ot music, Mrs. tdith Ureene an indefinite stay, spent last week with Putnam, re engaged. The competent her eh h ren at the Farr nirton home on januor ana overseer, weorge pana the west hill. 110 htn served the district many yeart, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Goodwin and '' bee" re-engaged, liy a recent new children were in Washington Sunday as school law the grades will receive the oenem oi cxprrt aupervisiiin, me lorraer superintendent, M. A. Sturtevant South Royalton, having been reappoint ed. Ernest II. Kittredge has told to Theo dort I'resse rof Philadelphia, a large mu sic publisher, the manuscript of his com position, Tnder the Mistletoe," a wait. Ueorgc JJustin of Jlerry, N. II., visiting at A. IF. Dustin's. Cliarlet H. Dustin hat completed the supervision of state road work in Gran ville. Mrt. Cliarlet Moorhead of Kane, Pa formerly Mis Bae Arnold, it a guest at Mr. M. W. Arnold !. Mr. and Mrt. E. 0. Bltisdell are visit ing Mr. and Mrt. Wiley O. Newman in Sullivan. 5Ie. Forrest S. Blossom and family, with Randolph friends, are ramping at High gate. Mr. and Mrt. A. Lee Cadr. Mist Dor othy Ctdy, Mr. and Mrt. E. A. Davis and Ned llavit made a tour of the W hite mountain region rerrntlv. About 73 Central Vermont railway sec tion men were engaged yesterday in tin loading riil bi-tween thu station and Randolph. A workmtn from Northfield tnd one from White River Junction hid fingert pinrhed between rails and their mjiirir. relieved tt Dr. O. I). Greenes oflict late in the afternoon. ANTISEPTIC DEODORANT n u ANALGESIC NON-POISONOUS STR0N6ER THAN BICHLORIDE YET NON-POISONOUS A few yeart ago'lhit would have been considered impossible, even by doctors and chemists. But tince the discovery of KINOX, the world hat an antiseptic atronger than Bichloride or Carbolic Acid, yet harmless if taken internally. You no longer need to use dangerous antiteptict try KINOX. Package of eight tablett, 25c at your druggists; roakea one gallon aolution. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy BARRE W.M.Williams WILLIAMSTOWN Preord br TEE KINOX CO., Rutland. VU BAKED CIGARS. Btfora 8moking the English Dry Out All Spirits and Nicotint The Jiigllsh bake their clgnrs llior Diiglily in the oven until all of the niofei. tu re and uh otiiie are dried out. As is well known, they have the pick of the tobacco crop over there, und what tuey apply to the bent of cigars might well be administered to those of inferior qualify which are smoked lu America Here Is what every smoker should do: First, loosen the cigars in tbe box and let theui stand on or near a stove or radiator until absolutely dry. A moment before smoking wash the cigar In water ou the outside and dampen well the wrapper. This may bo done at the table by holding the cl gar by the tip In a glass of drinking water, taking care uot to wet the filler. Then wipe tc tip elid before cutting it off oa the napkin. Water revives toe leaf and restores Its natural flavor. What you have previously dried out In the oven is not water moisture. It Is tbe bay rum and other spirits which are frequently sprinkled over the -cigars after boxing to keep them looking fresh. Both tbe wholesaler and the re tailer often sprinkle them again before showing them to customers. It is these spirit that Impart stiob. a strong odor to clothes In which cigars are carried. Drj'ing and washing afterward will fimtrA Iai a holtoi amnio in Bnv Tin Hi. Mrs. Ju1hi Seabury and Miss Olive . . i u Guernsey are with friends m Grand Isle. LAND FIGHTING NOT CLEAN, WATERBURY SUBMARINE CABLES. E. A! Seabury is visiting in Concord. ciga..Cievenild Plain Dealer ilr. and Airs. J,, liarrett uaiK ot uur- lington were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. . Clarke. Harry Ilulkeley of Cambridge visit ed his mother, Airs. Alma Bulkeley, Sun day. Mrs. Ilulkeley returned with bun as far as Essex Junction, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Deland Stevens. Plactd End to end They Would Rtach , Halfway to tht Moon. The various governments of tbe world own together 880 cables, having Mrs. Lettie Horrigan Fairbanks of a total length of 14.4SO miles and cou th Naval Captain Prtftrrad Hit Bat tlet on tht Optn 8ta. When Vera Cruz was besieged lu the Mexican war Captain Robert E. Lee, afterward the commander In chief of tbe Confederate army, was ordered to throw up breustworks to defend a bat tery manned by the Jackles of a man-of-war. Lee put the tars Into tho trenches and soon had the dirt flying, BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO. " rVhajt It Once Was and What It May; Bccoma In tht Futurt. Few people in viewing tbe bay of Ban Francisco think of It as otber than a magnificent landlocked harbor about which has grown tbe commercial me tropolis of tbe racltic coast of tbe Unit id States. Yet this harbor did not always exist, iccordlng to a report on the geology of but the sailors did not labor cheerfully, the region published by the , United They resented having to shovel dirt, and their captain remonstrated openly with Lee. , "My men," he said, "do not want mud banks to hide behind; Just let them get out and at tbe enemy." But Lee would not listen, and the tars sweated away at tbe shoveling, rrcsently the Mexicans opened fire at the very point thus protected, and the sailors were glud to seek the shelter of the despised dirt. Tbe ship's captain felt that he owed Lee an apology and made a handsome cue. "Well, Captain Lee," he stammered, "I reckon you were right. I Buppose tbe dirt did sdve some of my boys from being killed or wounded, but you know we sailors have no use for dirt banks on shipboard. All we want Is a clear deck and an open sea. The fact Is, cap tain, I don't like this land fighting, any way. It isn't clean." Youth's Companion. PACKING FOR A JOURNEY. Ware, Mass., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. I'lulo Talbert. - Among those who attended the Krin- ovitz-Yett wedding in Montpelier Sun day were the Misses Inex Carroll, Doro thy Griffith, Kva roster and Jennie Knghtnd and Merton Holmes, Frank Sawtelle, Jesse Blondin, 1,'on Blondin and Raymond Anair. After their re turn from a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Krinovits will reside in one of M. O. Evans' tenement on Main street. The ball team of the Waterbury Ath letic association met defeat at the hands of the team from the Montpelier Y. M. C. A., by a score of 11 to 5. C. M. Allen, who bought the. Griffith larnest shop, has been in town for the past few dayt invoicing. The little son of Mr. and Mrt. Wil- ism Donovan of Morrisville was liv- ng yesterday. Sunday morning a daugh ter wat born to Mr. and Mrs. Donovan. Mrs. Nellie Chsse wat summoned to Rutland by the tragic death of her talning 21,50) miles of conductors. Tbe French government, which takes the lead as to length of cables, has 3,460 miles In fifty-four cables. As to num ber, the Norwegian government come first, with 253 cables, having a total length of 248 miles. Finally, as to the length of conductors, the English gov ernment conies first, with 5,403 miles of conductors, divided among 115 cables, having a total length of 1,588 miles. Frlvate companies to the num bee of twenty-eight own 288 cables, having a length of 120,804 miles and containing 127,032 miles of conductors. The French companies, only two Id number tbe Compagnle Francalse du Telegrapbe de Paris et New York and the Soclete Francalse des Telegraphes Sous-Marins have eighteen cables with a total length of 7,241) nautical miles. The most Important of the private com panies Is the Eastern Telegraph com pany, which operates seventy-five ca- the guests of friends, at were Mr. and Mrt. O. I). Tracy in Montpelier at guests of the latter't brother, Hurt Spooner. NORTH MONTPELIER Frank Colaon of Waterbury visited over the week end at Mrt. May John tout. Mr. and Mrt. II. J. Conant and daugh ter. Ruth, are in ramp at Nelson pond. Mist Anna Davidson of Montpelier vit ited her lister, Mrt. Km ma Chi pin, Sun day, John .loyee and Neil Templeton of Northfield were week-end visitort relativet in town. Severtl membert of the cast of "Th Dust of the Earth" spent Sunday at Nel ton pond, the guestt of Mr. and Mrt. II, J. Conant A ton waa born to Mr. and Mrt. Harry Hlist, Thursday. Mr. and Mrt, Morrit Lane of Hard tk were at J. Martin't Sundav. Elmer Dodge of North Hyde l'ark wat a reeent visitor in town. Lewia Sibley of Eat Montpelier wit a businesa visitor in town Saturday Mrt. Amy Tucker hit been tpending a rouple of we'kt at the liome of her fa ther, George tlinet. of ADAMANT EASY WAY TO MAKE HAIR ATTRACTIVE Mr. and Mrt. Alton Moan were at their home here Sundav, returning to (atait to help bit ftther do bit baying. (litrlet Meekt of woodbnry made I th ing visit la tow a Wednesday, return ing tht tame dar. Mr. tnd Mrt. Rodney Campbell wish in think tho wli hate so kin!iy tirlned him move Ins bono mita the relltr of the toT, hih wtt burned a Jesr lg. Mr. and Mr. Irtmns and rlol.I of Montreal, who had hr tkiting it the home of Ktf hird Isiviion, have returned ! their borne. Mrt. Yirrie Viso4 and daughter were in Montpeliec Katirfday. lit ton Martin tt in East Calais rr etlr. t itling bit mother at the home of Alfred Hitch. Vr. and Mrt. Fred fWr wa-re in Mont prlf hitardiy on trotna. Mrt. Jennt I'eyrta wi ti.itnr at the bom .f Kite Lashb-y at I'l'-aaant if. firm Sundiv. WEST TOfMIAM F.. C. Toole I it 4 diiifVtrr were ia fUrre twrU v. J") a !irt"n t4 frg J? 4 wer vioelriT t nil. Mr. and Mrt. I, f". fW mni n t4 fUnrre f-t it Wr. t Vim F.rti ThirT" t Vr-t th Vr. m4 Vn. Frtr.k Mioti wre it ?Uif t ri4 Snds. ClAWITtmtE. I!i b (ni trmiV.l hi mrly V attri-tH-ly smpfii'f t lra,r( i)tt ! ir mlnti try mmttg a I .ft I fi'i ?.! 1"r a h.te n4 . in. rrmi-ti!l wi m lit. f i rut r. nfcxti t-an h litin lm th r4 I r fhrna-y r ary 4mt cOTtT. nak I V- tair ft, ly-t m tv'f ai4 nt. tk tit th iufi. 1 W" I M SmSir titf ain4nff l4 r :ffoUt" 1 1 Kiir Vta ntti -a) tTriil It TM1') pf (urn. r j"t I luf t S hmf, K 9Hmi$ I fT. t 7 rWk HbSH T.t r.i. th -ti rtk li, nii,4 !;;. f r-r t r. h-i r i I toi !'. t'r wk ir and -,i . n.Aisrrti.rj EAST IJRAINTREE Mist Carolvn Wright of Randolph It a gnest at M. I Kogert . Mrs. Miry irnorth it quite ill. She ia being cared for by Mm Mary UnfieM. V. I. tpeir and family htv come to ooriipy their ttimmer eotige. Klmer Kihliee, wife and twe little diughtert f South Wevmouth. Mass. hive been visiting jjj, Kibbee t titter, Mrt. K. K. Smith. Mist CirMta Normia nf Itandolnh Is pnwmg her vintioa with her sitter, Mr. Tntrl Rind, T)ks motoring from town Sundiv ere the fitniliet nf L. F. 1ir and i4 Arwl, mho were it Ike Morev; Mr. ind Mrt. A. (. Siony and V.nr pauMmg paa4 the diy in Ramird. he I .art e motoring into tbe i!Ia? nneioted f IVrt T ,mter ind fiwilv f grandson, the little ton of Mr. and Mrs. les, with a total length of 25,347 miles. Farl S. Kingslry. The little Kingsley The total number of cables In the boy was an occasional visitor at hit world is 1,108, with a total length of grandmother's home and bis mother, who 140,347 miles and 140,193 miles of con- Mas formerly Miss l lara Chase, was ductors. This is not sufficient to reach Hera It Scheme That May or May Not Bt of Help. Jerome K. Jerome recalled with rev erence a habit of his methodical uncle, who was a great traveler and who, be fore packing for a Journey, always "made a list." This was the system which he followed, gathered from bis uncle's own lips: Take a piece of paper and put down on it everything you can possibly re quire. Then go over.it and see that It contains nothing you can possibly do without , Imagine, yourself In bed. What have you got on? Very well; put It down, together with a change, l'ou get up. What do you do? "Wash yourself. What do you wash yourself with? Soap. Put down soap. Go on till you have finished. Then take your clothes. Begin at your feet. What do you wear on your feet? Boots, shoes, socks. Fut them down. Work up till you get to your head. What do you want besides clothes? Put down everything. j This Is the plan tbe old gentleman al-1 ways pursued. The list made, he would go over it carefully to aee that be had forgotten nothing. Then be would go over It again and strike out everything it was possible to dispense with. ThcD be would lose tbe list Btates geological survey, for at oue time through the depression now occu pied by the bay ran a great river that drained the Sacramento and San Joa quin valleys. This river probably flowed between tbe Tlburon peninsula and Angel Is land and then through tbe gorge of the Golden Gate, where at present tbe greatest depth of water Is over 400 feet After the rifrer valley was form ed tbe coast slowly sank, and the ocean entered through the Golden Gate, flood ed tbe valley and formed the present bay. Thus the valley occupied by the bay' Is really not so very different from Santa Clara and Santa Iiosa valleys, and should the Pacific coast sink a few hundred feet lower those fertile valleys would form great additions to the present bay. THEY ALL MARRY COUSINS. Curious Custom of Soma Native Tribes of Southern India. In some parts of southern India the natives have a custom of marriage be tween cousins which Is a result of a strange compromise between two op posite rules of succession. Tbe natives are Di a vidians, who have come under Brabmanical Influence. Among tbe Dravldlans tbe mother was the head of tho family and all descent and in heritance came through her. Tbe Brab manical rule of succession Is through the father. According to F. J. Richards, writing In "Man," the matrllmear community, while being unwilling to give up Its traditional custom, saw the advantage of Insuring to children the benefit of the natural desire of the father the worker and provider to provide for his offspring. Therefore they adopted the custom of a man marrying the daughter of his mother's brother, of his father's sister or of his own sister. In this way a community in which all property is Inherited through the mother conforms to the patrilinear sys tem and so keeps the property in the family, this, according to Mr. Rich- ards, being the economical reason for tbe strange custom. ANCIENT ROMAN THEATERS. long a resident of this village. NORTH CALAIS to the moon, but would extend moro I than halfway there. London Tit Bits. Simon Chase bad the misfortune to lose a valuable cow Monday of last week. Mr. and Mt. II. S. Foster, Sidney Fot ter and Forest Foster were called to Montpelier Tuesday to attend the fu neral of Murray Kant, Mrt. Foster'! brother. Kenneth and Lvman Orton of Athol, Tht Anoitnt Brahmins, The Brahmans were tbe lawyers, priests, professors, tbe sole Instructed class, the sole authorities on taste. Aufluttut Midi the Woman Sit Apart In the Highest Placet. When Rome was In ber glory and tbe theater most popular distinctions between spectators long remained un known. When distinctions were made the best seats werejiot assigned to tbe priests, for the drama bad no such re ligious significance for tbe Roman as tnnralltv. tho auilo flpimKtrarlei of what. ever stood In tbe place if science. Ev 11 hBd hd for the Greks' but, wr wvhorW tn nilnlator iinrn Hipsi. lrl lut " I1 everybody to give way to them. The Brahman was above the law. He was 'not to be subjected to corporal pun- Mass., visited relatives in thit place last ishment, must not be imprisoned or week. 1 nuea or exueu or revuea." in me law Wayne Martin and family of Hardwkk ?f the Vishnu it was written: "The were at Loia Martin't for the week end.P5rhmans sustain the workl. It Is by Mra mi. Kiiw.v f Vnrri.viiu .r. I tbe favor of the Brahmans that the rived Wednetdiv n'icht for a stiv of fd "lde In heaven." Under Eng- teveral days with her aunt, Mrs. Laura llh rule and Ideaa the ancient caste Cameron. has lost some of its prestige, but is still Mrt. Hinley, her two daiightert and forcible reminder of Its former gran- lister. .Mist Tierney. of Maiden. Mat.. ueur. .ew lorit American. are at their aumnier home in thit place. Mrs. Grtee Celley and Mrt. Maude roster were in Montpelier for the day triday. Horace Dotiglii and family of Crafti- bury were visitort at Jo Seicily't Sat urday. tlon of the community. The orchestra was by law set apart for the senators. Later, perhaps after 67 B. C, the first fourteen rows back of the orchestra were, by the law of Rosclus Otho, reserved at Rome for tbe knights, says Art and Archaeology. Similar arrangements obtained In Ro man theaters outside of Rome, though In a provincial town like Pompeii at many as fourteen rows of seata can hardly have been necessary for tbe knights. Augustus regulated the whole mat ter afresh. He confirmed tbe special root used in It was the subject of one of the oddest of England's legislative blunders. In the reign of George III. It was found necessary to regulate tht Mist Mary Vandernnol of La kewood trade In madder, and accordingly an eotttge wit a guest of Nervie La wtoa I act was passed for that purpose. Tests Wednesday and Thursday. I of Its purity were ordained, and vari An Earlv Ltail Blundte. Dyeing, or. at any rate, the madder rrlvllegee already granted to aenatora ana to tnignit. lie reieffaiea me tow est classes to the highest Beats and made tbe women alt apart, likewise In tbe uppermost placet. It is possible that be was the sponsor also for tbe more exact regulations laid down con cernlng places of honor for nia git- Miss Eleinor Ainsworth visited her out regulation! spread the length of j prieatt. etc. aunt, Mrt. Willit Laird, last week Ovette Thurston hat been quite ill the past few dajt. Mist Florence Smith tnd Mist K.stelle Smith went Monday to Suttoa and other towns for a few days stay. Tbe rampfire girlt are cimping at Kel son pond for the week, rhtjieroned by Mr. and Mrt. Arthur Clarke. ORANGE the act to over sixty aeotlona. But when It was finally pasted Into law It was found that madder was not onct mentioned by name In It In fsctj those called upon to administer It bad! no official knowledge of what tbe act Waa talking about London Telegraph. Idler. At for thoee who are not obliged to labor, by the condition lu wbtch they are born, tiy are more miserable Tbe teats of highest honor were those on tbe trtbunilla. Here tbe editor and the emperor aat on tbe right tide. On tbe other tribunal tbe vestal vlrglnt had their places, and with them the empress. A Quetn Elizabeth Joke. Queen Elizabeth liked her Jokes, and, although her pleasantries were of a less sanguinary turn than her father's, she must hare been even more formi dable than usual when disposed to be frolicsome. A tale, may be found In one of Lord Essex's letters with regard to a new dress belonging to one of ber maids of honor, over the possession of which the owner had been rash enough to exhibit some elation. ' Tbe young iady, it seems, was several Inches tall er than her majesty, hardly perhaps quite a nice or loyal thing to be. Hav lrg desired that tbe dress should be made over to her custody, the queen, first carefully selecting an extremely wet day, was pleased to put It on and trail It for yards behind ber In the roud, the owner of the humiliated gar ment having to appear as delighted with tbe royal fun and condescension as the rest ot the lookers on. London Tatler. The Manufacture ef Plate Glut, . Tbe casting table of a plate glata factory Is about twenty feet long, fif teen feet wide and aix Inches thick. Strips of iron on each aide afford a bearing for the rollers and determine the thickness of tbe plate to t cast The molten glass Is poured on the tsble. and the roller, patting from end to end. spreads tbe glste to a uulform thickness. Tbe glass after cooling rap idly is tranKferred to tbe annealing oven, where it remains several daya. When taken out it Is very rough and uneven and In that etate Is used for akyHgbts and other purpote where strength Is desired rather than trans parency. The greater rart of tbe glata, however, la ground, smoothed and pol ished. A Ten ef Distinction. "Where can one find a more filthy. Je oi Obll vieusn.ai. "How did you like my turning off ht sweltering, odoroua town than no- the rat at 10 while von and that vount 0wanr- tut a recent iravewr regard A ton wit bore to Mr. and Mrt. N'i- poleon Morrie o July 21 1 ilso a ton to Mr. tad Mra. Fdcar Curtis, at Hanover. X. H., on July In. Mi Annie Currier of Wait tr River hat been a guest of Mrs. Hoy Milla for I tie ptst week. Mist Adah Mi IoniM, who hat lawn pending a month's vacation with lr lrett, Mr. and Mrs. Norma a Mdfcm- Id. returned on Saturday t ber home Sfmffield, Mit. A bars lan wat 1m Id tt Cairb Johnwat list Friday tiifht. KunniiW the pilra (ttrdrsj fc1nil at the ball on Me-!m-iar tiij..it. unit 1 1 fool were In tbe parlor last night?' asked ber father. "Did you?' she responded Innocent- ,h. ,f ffi".nk1. rT ?' T. "d fathVr knew tbe true tne.nln j f Habitants m.y be Judged Ing that Arabian port. A filthier tow It would Indeed 1st difficult to discover, even In Asiatic Turkey, and tbe char- Indulge tbemkelves In that voluntary labor which goet by tbe came of ex rrite. Joeeph Addlon. .f tbe Ledger. word failure. Philadelphia Cat Etbel-Jark told roe thit be never loved any one Iwfore. Marie Well, ttcwe We for taring an. t mr, but be and I one wre enrrt. FOwl-Oh, t didn't ask Mm almut engagement. I nly ekiH blin armot lw. New Tor American. Tbe 0"t Cemp'ete WeeeVebe. What It a buj norn, t-aT" A Hire Titk. "Mlta May certainly hat the male eotitingent at her feet But tbe H rather a mr1tnia txt!e. In t the?" "Tet; a bell w ho It going to be Very hard to ring." Bait Unore Awn-Van. from tbe fact that tbe Akbdam Araba, who are treated at outcattt by all tbe ether trtrtee, htve been allowed to ev labllth themselves la Hodeldah. Xev trtbeteea tbe port Is the gatewty te ftne of tbe moat teeut!ful, fertile and aormlotm regions of Arabia and had a fiourithlng trade la dayt prior to Turk ish nusrtle. Fall Mall Gazette. ILiladeTphia. Mr. a4 Mrt. r ., , ""'"y -- -w "i Is a none) nv, ,r er aad dinghtcy, kdet, of Tun- of V '"T1""?'! "A b-ner m.. my tvy. 1. thtt time k ' firr,,Mr.l(. M...is ftrtM la a man's li'e wbeg bit wife I VetTy Cooling Wash Stops That Kch , limner Itfnrp Thaver. ife and Mim t.lndrs Tbayet have n sintirtt la rthfH4. WE BSTES VILLE. VfTnwst l'.king CV. e4. pare 3. St. Jofce the Iterliet I 'pMmratl hurt k There w ill l a l"'t o-iil ia t'e reatV of the rVitt k fm T v 4 y evminf. Jalr fT, tt J-3l fiVUk. A erIial toi-tate tt vewed te all. The Frvt She r j . TV"- it K.iJ'v ta Atne-Kwa wwi ttnwadtva h ra I -"p fw with the 4tnii'la wi'le tpn her tme te4 sn Wtt 4T( t Se f t.tt V f f"l hht It mir V thit 4f-eu!!fl T4.'. Sr; t"w5i', r t nt r". t trmort Ha'-r f'. a t. rr J'4 tk Iteftt I r--n! O'Sft : 7 ' " W a 11 a-il tm the j r'-f fw ' ' " , w . - - - t . ,i i ,tw , - o - imtW I".. Ik r n. A edil rriHtms J ft-e f;t- 7 ia thrf ewii (tf. l.ari'a I f?iVilfl!t el,l j WJW.?34 nM f" 04 a l.lea. (or ltiK'ine and t-omeniling. one e.rii.Pr iert-d. AVni't nuHr of the frifda tnj rl tie of Iim Idm IVird pare It a or.t,a pirtr lt Satwrdiy Sfll, tle wt'im tw-ne tnrthday. 7iie ere, ins; 4euiiit!r ft with game. ?d da tnt v refreai.eietftt f rrim. '-ke led sf"r were eerved. 7 he gwt (f-trted It ndMy' 1 , -).fie Wi I 4t ie more twriv IwHi in. i4 V-t- rr w tH her a nt1te(il pt:re a a t-.ia f thr .f-m. K. A. tW ind tifi'r r-H fc-t- ''ay in r.rol, an4 .'iw. t4 sun.'T rtft -tnwly ia fior" Vm. Roy N-4o" ted t rHj'rfre fTt arrl jliyt in rwrre lt tart art relatriwn. acfj.lled wtth ail le iiiK t er"- rvrott Tree VTeti. npfinea llew In tbe rnrvnr.wr-o we tte wf It aod 1y tnesnt tn tbe way trie future 1 ttp prorrrtk. Oen-re Pr n4 Tm-skI tn ff.t'f ea rt ct ta tea r-aEi.le lut la i tercixia. Jnet a few rert et tut r-tl. ai1- ri'-lirt' wieli. II 1. I. I. rro err rn. fimout mr. f"T Interna. t,! t 'h T"iir Himmk'i i,ftt:r rtev4 ete vo t-iw is. ex4ui rtacuoB (rtna lU eaiuuer ttia tem.t,i. Tr r rive ron a rt arm trial VotUe ef tho setimte V. D. lx rrenrrtrtloti for amly i ree.. Ip t fi.l trr !! fa 7num er- T tr any f wwiwr ikia trmKie we knw iX IX lx wlU jtt rea lutut raUat, Tie r."4 lro Itiarwiscy, Nrtai Xtara St, fie-r, t. EAST jrOJfTTEUtS. See Venro.,t Iik.)ff (m ad, i-e I Positive Relief frvi te rajed bf eevj tff s 4 ttto trarit f c r'i" a: 4 in a tjoe f rm rnlT'-et'ow aM t owneaw a?way ti'H T tbe a-afe, certa.a avd gaxVie arti-m f Beecham's House Painting First-class workmanship and hih prade materials are tsarantcei A. V. BECKLEY Pills trg A n-J-l T mk iT tn.'te ftm TV EAST BAf tt. rTt e W et tkt ft eiv4 r f the tus V ad M y tiv !". At- V-v1 Tlrs e't. 4, fi" J. t '.?Ti-t wmSv Si . See t'eresort jifcl'T. (t t. id, Jg J, .IStwtla,