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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920. WELLS RIVER Local High School Wins 'from New bury, 42-11. 1U River high won a one-sidud contest in basketball over the New bury seminary team on the Newbury lloor laut Wednesday evening by a wore of 42 to 11. Local boys showed up in fine shape and the work of Wilbur and Darling at guard wsh very notice able. Wilson also flayed an excel lent game at center. Several substi tutes were used before the game was over. This is the first chance that'the local bovs have had to show what they could do on a regular iloor. (an son should bo commended for his ex eel lent referee inz. V fhnrv ri. Lund If, Olmstciul c, Hibbiird lg. Green . . . . lg Carpenter RANDOLPH STOWE Wells River Wilbur, rg Darling, lg Wilson, c Cameron, If ........ . Morrison, rf .loliUV. If. 11. Roberts, rf. Baskets from floor, Wilbur 8, Dar ling 5, Wilson, Cameron, Morrison 5. .follife, Lund 3, Ilibbard; from fouls Olmstead 3. Referee, Carlson; timer, Smith; scorer, Harvey. Time, 13-10-)." min. Miss Ethel Coburn and Fred Capiola Mere married at her home last Wednesday evening by Rev. Donald r raser. Teachers in this section met in con vention in Wells River on Thursday lust. There was over forty present. Dinner was served at village hall at noon. A large number from here attended (lie piny, "Some Girl," given in the Woodsx'ille opera house by local talent last .Monday and Tuesday.' One-half I lie proceeds went to benefit the Woodsvillo Red Cross. , Andrew Aitkin in company with his daughter. Mrs. Tellier. and her hus band, left Thursday afternoon for Cal-1 ilornia. lliey will go via prlllgilt, Chicago and the Santa Fe through the southern states to Los Angeles. On returning they will come by the north ern route. Mrs. John Bone entertained several at a dinner party given at her home last Wednesday. The chautauqua entertainment closed on Friday night after a most success ful series, given by the Swarthmore company, An effort is being made to have them return for next hummer and solicitors are out after names of those who would be guarantors for the com ing summer. Mrs. Alex England of Norlhrield was: in town on Friday to attend to some business matters of W. A. .Mcintosh, who is at her home in Northfleld, quite ill with hardening of the arteries and other troubles which he has Buffered from for many months.' Mrs. England returned on the ufternoon train, leav- her brother in the cure of a nurse dur ing her absence. 1 George L. Thompson, a patient at the sanatorium, passed away Thurs day night and his remains were tak en by his wife to Woodstock, where the funeral and burial will take place. Mr. Thompson was a cousin of .1. F. Tewksbury of this- place. Harold Slack, who was summoned here by the death of his mother, Mrs. George Slack, started on Friday morn ing on his return trip to Detroit, where he resides. The family of Mr. Slack will remain here for the winter, but expect to return to the West after a time, where ttiey tormerlv lived. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ketchum, who have been in Concord, N. H., since last Saturday, came home on Friday. The same day Mrs. Edna Fairbanks, who has been in Richmond for several weeks, also returned to her tenement in the same house with Mr. and Mrs. Ketchum. Mrs. Lvdia Buell Kendall of West Lebanon, X. If., the guest of Mrs. T. D. Dearborn since Thursday, left for her home on Friday. The entertainment given at the au ditorium Thursday evening by the II. II. Smith Woman's Relief corps was very successful. The program includ ed a farce, "Seeking a Servant," parts being taken by the president, Mrs. Minnie Tinkhani, Mrs. I. A. Foster, Mrs. Maidie Butts, Mrs. II. A. Foster. Miss Irene Astiuith. Mrs. Marv Sural grown Miss Grace Hyde, who has been passing several months with relatives in Barre and Urookfield. came to the home of her uncle, I). N. McKay, the first of the week. Methodist Episcopal church, Rev. Stead Thornton, pastor. Morning service at 10:4f; topic, "The Hoodoo of Worry.' I-Veninif service at 7:30 SOUTH ROYALTON SOUTH RYEGATE Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Mitchell of Hull, Mass., called on old acquaint ances in town Monday, having spent thanksgiving week at A. J. Whitehcr's in the Lincoln neighborhood. Norman Hone, who was liome trom Montpelier seminary through the Thanksgiving recess, received quite a bad cut on his forehead while playing basketball at Woodsville, necessitating several stitches being taken. Mrs. Wallace Terrv is confined fo her bed with a compound fracture of the leg. The accident occurred Thursday evening, nnu was caused uy ft laii in their barn on lerrv lull. The results of the recent drive for the children's aid fund in Caledonia ounty have been published and it shows Rycgate to have raised $04.54, while the quota asked was ."). Most of the money was collected by the school children. James Craigie, undertaker, had the management of two funerals out of town rridav afternoon. Those of Harry Nelson at Rycgate and Mrs. Ed. Ilanson at Boltonville. Miss Corinne Samuelson, who has been acting as night superintendent in the Holvoke City hospital for a year or more, has gone to Wellesley, Mass., to take charge of the Wellesley col- go student hospital and dispensary. A. R. Bone returned from the Mary Fletcher hospital Friday. Kapmlv falling prices in foodstuffs continue to come out of the west. Mrs. A. T. Beaton, ir., has received a letter from her people in South Dakota say- imr 2." cents per bushel is all thev can get for their 1020 corn crop. the railroad station force 'has been eorganizinif in order to keep the em ployes within an eight-hour day. Sta tion Agent Clifford is on dutv from n. m. to 4 p. m.. Express Aent Bn- lianan fnrni 10 a. m. to 7 p. ni. Miss Ruth Gates and Mr. .Celia Hamilton, who went to Florida with he Dimock part v. report arrival at favares. Fla.. Monday, Nov. 20. They tarted Monday. Nov. 1.1. making the trip in twn roiil auto trucks, oamp- nsr on the wav. R. E. Stearns is the present care- aker of the Cslodonia club room. R. E. Chamberlain of Newbury Cen r psssed a wav Friday afternoon, aft- r a long period of ill health. George Tuttle is in Boston this week xhibiting ten foxes from his fox farm the annual show, and expects to at her in some prizes. W. O. Belknap and family have gone to Miami, Fla., to spend the winter. Rev. W. (,'. Christie started Friday for Boston to visit his son, Kenneth. and for a vacation trip. Rev. Joseph ILimiltpn of While River Junction will y the M. E. church pulpit Sunday ''wrnce. r was born to Mr. and Mrs. i to.h at the Randolph i-an-v. 24. . Mrs. M. H. Hazen, who have b.-i '., . iv.ty for some time, have re t;;,'iiu! t their home here, Mrs. A. N. Merrill and her daughter, Miss Lottie Merrill of Kecne. X. IT., are visiting relatives in Boston. The first rehearsal of the Communi ty Musical club was held in the Con gregational vestry Friday morning. The junior class of the liiurh school presented a farce entitled, "The Popu lar Mr. Denby," Friday evening in the school hall. .1. S. Tower has sold his farm through the Flint Farm agency to Ami White of Greenfield, Mass. Mr. White will take possession of the farm in April. . Mrs. Mary Wright and children left last week for their new home in Dal ton, N. H. The game wardens for the deer sea son which begins Dec. fi, for the town of Royalton, are Eli Ashley of this vil lage and Carl B. Winchester of North Royalton. I ley, Miss Eiinine Magoon, Mrs. Emma I o'clock; topic, "The Sleeping Disciples." Bailey, Mrs. Carroll Brown, Mrs. J . u it! week service lliurstlay evening at A. Clark and Mrs. Barnes, a piano duet by the Misses Smalley and Southard, a recitation by three white crows, Mrs. Janet Adams. Mrs. A. R. Straw ami Mrs. Maidie Butts, and solos by Mrs. A. I). Lynch. Supper was served to about one hundred, including the mem bers and their guests, and the eve ning closed with dancing.' ' Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Goddard are passing the week with Mrs. God third's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Holden. Mrs. John Preston and son have re turned from the Mary Fletcher hos pital, where thev both had tonsils and adenoids removed. t,. U Harrows was a business vis itor in Montpelier Thursday. Miss Bernice Day, who has made her home for sometime with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey, has gone to El more, where she has employment. Mrs. Rachel Slay-ton, telephone oper at.or at Waterbury, was at home here Thursday. t H. J. Best of ' Morrisville was a business visitor in Stowe Friday. Mrs. Carrie George returned Friday from Burlington, leaving little Mollie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rob inson, doing well at the Mary Fletch er hospital, after an operation for mas toid abscess. WATERBURY At the Methodist Episcopal church. Rev. George H. ltu-k, pastor, will have a short sermon, followed by coniniun ion. The evening service will be omitted. At the Congregational church Sun day. Rev. Edward C. Haves will have for his subject, "The Master's Touch." At St. Andrew's church, mass and sermon .will be at 10:30 a. m. bv Rev Fr. Devoy. Rosary and benediction of the bkssed sacrament at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The addresj by Linus Leavens.' state fish and game commissioner, at library hall Thursday evening, was packet! full of information. Many interest ed in hunting anil fishing were pres ent and after the address questions were asked, which showed their inter est in different Sides of the question. Mr. Leavens makes things very clear and as he explained the ltiws and leg islation for which he was working, he was closely followed. He certainly hud a grasp and deep knowledge by the subject. He was introduced by J. G. Smith, president of the board of trade. The second of the winter's entertain ments in the Community club's course will be held, at the opera house Mon day evening, when Lincoln McConnell, LL., D.. delivers his lecture. "The Guy That Delivers the Goods." Ibis is considered one of the finest lectures put upon the platform and a large crowd is anticipated. Season tickets exchanged for reserved seats at Bris-bin's. Mitl we 7:30. Mrs, C, J. Pillsbury, who has been visiting relatives here for a few days, returned to her home in Barre yes terday. Mrs. F. 1). MeCrlilis whs a Woods ville, N. If, visitor yesterday. George H. Knox and B. S. Eastman have been drawn as jurors for the De cember term of county court. Miss Minnie Lang, who teaches school in Newbury, arrived here on Thursday for the week end. Mrs. V. B. Morton went yesterday to'St. Johnsbury to pass a week with her brother, Goodwin, who remains very ill. He is being cared for at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. Davis. The schools were not in session on Thursday, owing to the teachers going to Wells River to attend a district teachers' meeting. STRAFFORD The family of Leon C. Haves has moved into the tenement which connected with the bedstead shop. Arastus Lewis is to carry on the farm of his uncle, George Bassing thwaighte, for a time. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Swift has re turned to their home here for the win ter. Miss Gertrude Bunce is spending the week with Mrs. Llewellyn Lewis. Mrs. DorLi Wheeler Smith of Idaho is spending a few days with his grand mother, Mrs. James R. Haves, and will go from here to Springfield to visit ner mother and aunt starting tlie hist of the week on the long journey back to ner western Home. Mrs. Stella Gove returned the first of the week to her work in Lebanon N. H. It is reortcd that the L. C. Hayes farm has been stdd to a family by the name of -Sinclair, who have al ready taken possession. Unusually brilliant flashes of light rung accompanied the thunder shower Wednesday evening. Next week is "school week" and everybody is invited to visit the schools to observe the regular work of the school. I rr r-- : ' 1 i 4 . ' - - ; in 1 " ' .s:.'f Z .,.v ' ' -X ''" 'Htfr I ilk' ' a ' r , if !& ig oil leea Where Everybody Goes " Presents for To-day Only ITS MUOKE AND MlAlPHY, THK SAME CLEVKR COMKDIANS WHO ARE ARA.IN HK1NC. FEATURED WITH THE MUSICAL NOVELTY "MY SOLDIER OIRL." WHEN THE 1920 EDITION COMES TO THE OPERA HOUSE, FRIDAY NIGHT, DEC. 10TH. t An Even Trade. A country storekeeper was standing in front it his place one Tinming when a man came along leading a couple ot old ami wearv -looking naas. "W ant a hoss!" he inquired. "Guess not." "I'll t ratio vou one for goods," said the stranger. "I'll take it out in ter baccer, in fact. "Might make a dicker along those lines." said the storekeeper, "provided we kin agree on a basis. "What's vour basis?" "Well, I'll trade vou plug for plug." Hoston transcript. !ll!l!llil!!lliil!!ll!!'llll!i!i!!!l!lilll!l!!illlll!li!!ff tOJ . t!iHllil'l!l!HI!!)ni!liitfM EAST CORlTH Monilny, Nov. 20. Mrs. Anna P. Tap- in reached her 70th milestone and nl- lionifh she i very feeble she enjoyed he tlav and the remembrances friends ent and brought to her. Several peo- le called on her to express their good islies in person and others sent ards. She is able to sit up a little ach day and most of the time is very omfortable. Mrs. E. M. Bowen and Geneva were ere over J hanksgiving from .New-ort. Mrs. Charles Crane had her irrand- lauphter from Lisbon, N. II., with ier last week. Mrs. Marv Ladd was at her home l CooksMlle Thanksgiving week. Mil- Ired Sweet helping out at C M. Pa-'s n ner alesence. Mrs. Carter is bat k at her post at entral" after a week's vacation. i , i . . . ijmrpnce .tacKman, iiaroid Minilisiri ml John King have returnd to (;ol-I inl and Karl Sweet and Donald Sin- lair to Bradford. Mis Prntrenoe George returned to! er scliool in Connecticut Tuesday. Frank Trappi is moving to Wt Newbury this week, where he ha ork in the Tewksbury milL The bills are out for the tdav Cranlwrry Center." by home tal nt, lor lce. , and !. inn are to ave two chances of petting a seat hi year. I-t rear many cool I not ven get into the hall to see -D-aron hubh..- The Fsrmers' Creamery noriiikin eld it annual meeting Nov. 27. Leon rndrr was elected president and Vina Taplin aecretary. Net Sunday to he every nrm- r eanvass huixliy. Please h pre- ared to do a little better than ever fore. , Wednesday. Dee. 8. the W. M. l iee wiht Mm. C C. Ihckey. This the annual bu;nes meet int. Come. II who can. The report of the work the twt rear will show tow roa ave ix t UV.r 4 in vai. 4 rommitt was appointed lt ndsr In .trt thieps pnine for fcnims in tH SimiUr mhooL Nervous Breakdown "I am so nervous it seems as though I should fly" "My nerves are all on edge" "I wish I were dead." How often have we heard these expressions or others quite as extravagant from some loved one who has been brought to this state by some female trouble which has slowly developed until the nerves can no longer stand up tinder it. No woman should allow herself to drift into this condition without giving that good old-fashioned root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound a trial. Read the Letters of These Two Women. Korth East, Md. I xras in ill health tour or live years and doctored with one doctor after another but none helned me. I was irregular ami had sucu terrible pain in my baofc, lower Tart of my lOfly and down each Fide that I had to g to bod three or lixr days wery month. I was very norvcu, tired, could not tlorp and could not eat without getting Mt'k. A friend asked me to take Lydia E. rSnkham's Vege table Compound and I am sorry I did not take it sooner for it has helped me wonderfully. I don't have to go toted with the pain, can cat without being pick and have more ptrengih. I recom mend your medicine and you are at lilierty to publish my testimonial. Euz.vr.KTn Weaver, IL R 2, North Kast, Mil Minneapoli,Minn. "Iwasrtm down and nervous, could not restat night and was more tired in the morning than wlicn I went to ld. I have two chil dren, the youngest three months old and it was drudgery to care for them as I felt bo irritable and generally worn out. From Lick of rest and apjictito my baby did not get enough nourish ment from my milk po I started to give him two liottle feeding a day. After taking three liottles of Lydia E. llnk ham'g Vegetable Comiound I felt like a new woman, full of life and energy. It is a pleasure to care for ray children, and I am very happy with them and feel fine. I nurse iny baby exclusively again, and can't say too much for your medicine." Mrs. A. I Miller, 263:i 11 24th ht. Minneapolis Minn. Nervous, Afling Women Should Rely Upon fnj r? -r' r - - ; ,i r t - LYDIA C.PIMKMAH HEDlC'NK CO, UYNN,MA? arre Opera House TONIGHT ONLY THE LAST TIME M aryPlclkford The Sweetheart of America in Tine ,Vith a Big Cast of Players From Her Own Company Musical Score By the Orchestra PROLOGUE 10 -Mary Picklords-10 Each Competing for a Prize of $5.00 Miss Leona Lamb Soloist ALSO TORCHY ON HIGH A Two-Act Comedy and PARAMOUNT SCREEN MAGAZINE One Show Only Commencing at 7:45 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Anilfa SttcwaFf In the Beloved American Classic tucky Two Drinks ;., in. hij i iii...Ti'i ini i.J, One tnkes Ktiille with The other takt-H with a bad taste. It'g per fectly Hranilalous the way that fellow ear ned on. Oh, yes, be promirted to reform lie couldn't remember itow many times. Hut finally lie DID reform. A (;irH You've Guessed It! ihe.niiht before' SAMUEL GOLDWYN I'BEBCNTB TOS1MOOBE IODVSJS SsTJohnTaintor Foote .AmfW XXX) DCaUmOnt 1 A RiMlinjr eoinedy drama of New York life and Southern lc Tom Moore tilits nnd Biniles his way to a glorious vic tory. He.'g at his smiling l't in this photo - play. You'll want to ee him. i I: ' p " j ! J If I Wk' ' X ''-?f I the morning after. m v - - .. j ALSO INSULTING THE SULTAN Comedy and The Picture That's Different Greater Than Them ' All Bride 13 Containing More Real Adventure and Thrills ' Than Any Other MONDAY Dorothy Dalton in GUILTY OF LOVE A Jazz Bandit Comedy and THE LATEST NEWS InOIdlfenl "In Old Kentucky Directed by Marshall Neilan The Most Spectacular Screen Sensation of the season. Races? Yes ! The Most Sensational Horse Races Ever Seen in Pictures Special Mus ical Score By the Orchestra. I Barrel's Friday, Oec, 10 I 1920 Edition Coining in All Its Merry-Making ; LcComtc and Flesher offer THE PARKLI.'iO KUSKf.l. PUY BRIGHT TUNEFUL AND GORGEOUSLY GIRLY i I smart 1 1 TTTjWiWl saucy f iifiH '-;-' TWENTY The Famous "Pony" Da I I fit I f,? on "Flirtotfon Wnlk" on V , HITS 0 many Novclticj ' Prolorjuc and Added Attractions Prices: Balcony 25c, Or chestra 35c, Plus the Tax. AND YOU BETTER GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY FOR THIS. W ith Jloorc and ?.Iurph Same Clever Comedians PRICES: oOc. 75c. $1.00. $1.50. Plus Tax. Seats Tues day, 10 -A. M Box Office. V mim-vym -jut i'7 Ci A Successful Cigar All Quality t.