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THE BARRE DAILY" TIMES, BARRE. VT., THURSDAY, JANUARY. 20, 1921.
Beds! Beds! Brass, Iron, Steel and Wood Full Size, Three-Quarter and Half Size Full Size BRASS RIBBON, Cash $33.75 Full Size BRASS SATIN, Cash 58.50 Three-Quarter Size BRASS SATIN, Cash. . 34.65 Half Size BRASS SATIN, Cash ........... 25.65 Full Size OAK WOOD, Cash 25.20 Full Size WALNUT WOOD, Cash .. 26.55 Full Size MAHOGANY STEEL, Cash 40.50 Full Size CIRC. WALNUT STEEL, Cash . . . 36.00 Full Size WALNUT STEEL, Cash 33.75 Full Size OAK STEEL, Cas h 31.50 Full Size WHITE IRON, Cash 21.60 Full Size WHITE IRON, Cash 11.70 Full Size WHITE IRON, Cash 10.80 Three-Quarter Size OXIDIZED IRON, Cash 16.65 Three-Quarter Size WHITE IRON, Cash .... 10.35 Half Size OXIDIZED IRON, Cash 16.65 Half Size WHITE IRON, Cash . . . . 11.50 Many other Patterns in all sizes. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVSCI Citr MtM Mm m harx-drlren ambulance: distance ea)U at raaaaaabW terms. Ttlephona S7-W. Pleasingly Soft Hands Found almost impossible these hard, harsh, wintry days, but it isn't impossible, not at all, for there is great comfort in taking perfect care of the hands as well as the face to be found in ev ery bottle of our Hand Lotion. Drown's Rose Cream The lotion that brings relief It is absorbed by the skin quickly and gloves can be worn im mediately after using. Its antiseptic qualities make it a delightful after-shave application. 35c bottle Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street A. W. Badger & Co. (.'mfertskera and Llrnwd Kmtalmerai Faraona) Attend U Tab Wark Tel. 44T-W A NEW AND UP-TO-D VTE AUTO AMBULANCE E I ! ! i i aaaaaaaaa Have a Chowder or an Oyster Stew ! Clams for chowder per pint 30c Oysters, per pint 50c ! Oysters in the shell, per dozen . . 30c ! Clams for steaming, two quarts 23c I Shrintps, per pint 35c Bright, fresh smoked finnan Haddie, per lb. . 19c Halibut, per lb 37c to 40c Haddock, per lb ISc to 20c Cod, Whole, per lb ISc j V-VIV fcjl.l.uls;, ji iu ilt 25c 35c 25c 27c Mackerel, per lb. Salmon, per lb Smelts, per lb Haddock Roe, per lb. . Herring1, per lb) 12c SPINACH LETTUCE PARSLEY Eat more Cranberries. The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. Successors to SMITH & CUMMIXGS CO. TALK OF THE TOWN , u' . . " , -.-'J i I-, at iTfc STfca. t dT . I i u. me os un. issl i ft Bi oTfCANS? Yes I Oil Cans 5, 3, 2 or 1 gallon Phone 28 Barrc, Vt. II A good piano for $230 this week at Bailey s Mu: Kooma. adv. Mr. John Tassie of South Main street is. confined to her home by ill nous. Earle Lander, game warden from Orange, in visiting a week with friends m the city. Harold Potter of Maplo avenue has begun work at the Harvey & Mower paint shop on South Mam street. Misses Hattie and Irene Lander of Washington street are upending the week with relatives in Burlihgtou. Frank Pateneaud, salesman for the Cadillac company of Burlington, waa In the city yesterday on, business The newing circle of the Hospital Ladies' aid will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 in the hospital dining room. The St. John's committee will meet in Worthen hall Saturday night at 7:30 o clock. Alfred Milne, secretary Daniel Badore of the Barre A. Mont- pelier Traction company in detained at his home in Montpilier on account of illness. The W. C. T. U. will have a food and rummage sale in the Baptist church vestry Saturday afternoon at 2 o clock. auv. You will enjoy hearing the Burns concert in the Presbyterian church on Tuesday night, Jan. 25. Watch for program. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ducharme of Philadelphia, former residents of Barre. are visiting friends here for a few days, before departing for Cali fornia to dwell. John Wildgoose of Beckley hill, em ployed fur the past few months at the Buick-Noyea company's salesrooms in Boston, has finished work there and returned to his home in Burre Town. Basketball, armory, Montpelier, on Jliursdnv, Jan. 20, Montpelier post No. 3, vs. Woodsville, N. II. Game called at 8:15 sharp. Dance after the game. Music by the Oriental Six. .idv, Born at the Randolph sanatorium Jan. 12, a son, James B., jr., to Mr, and Mrs. James B, Sivrct, formerly of this place. The baby is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. T. Stone of 202 Main street. Ladies: If you wish to remove that superfluous hair, write to me for infor mat ion. I had growth of hair on mv face for over 20 years. The hair has gone, also the roots are killed. If this advertisement interests vou, write to P. 0. box 34, Medfurd Hillside, Mass adv. Lee Tracy, a representative of the Cook Watkins Manufacturing Co. in Nebraska, who since last December has been at bis home in Berlin, went to Boston yesterday to the head of flee of the company and from there starts to-day for Omaha City, Neb., his territorial headquarters. Mr. and Mrs. John B. McLean, who have been visiting for the past week at tha home of John O. McLeod of Averill street, returned yesterday to their home in Cobalt. Ont. Mr. Mc Lean is a former Ooddard student and now represents the Sullivan Machine (V of Clare mont. X. H.. in northern Canada. TAL&OF THE TOWN Riley Burgess, superintendent of the Cook Watkins Manufacturing Co., who tins' been in Boston for the past ten days, returned to his home on Mcr I chant street last evening. Miss Olive Ilurgess, his , daughter, accompanied him and is now taking an indefinite vacation from studies at Bryant-Strat- ton Business college of Boston. One of the largest plate glass win dows in the city, valued at nearly $200, was reduced to bits yesterday after noon about 4 o'clock, when a large delhery team of X. M. Nelson's backed into the display window of My Bakery. Xo one happened to be near the heavy glas, when it was falling, and no goods were on display in the window of fierald Holmes' bakery, so nothing but the damage to the glass was done. Arthur Martin of West street, .S3 years old, and a younger man, Joseph La valley, had just finished unloading a quantity of flour in bays, Stepping on the pole Itetween the two horse Mr. Martin attempted to remove the blankets from the horses, but as he did so the horses began to back; the reins dropped between the two, and Mr. Martin was thrown by the sud den jerk of the tiled to the sidewalk and curbing, striking upon the back of his head with part of his body be hind the horses' feet as they were step ping backwards. Mr. Lavalley's at tempts to urge the horses forward by shouting was to no avail, and the large sled, which had been backed to the edge of the sidewalk for the con venience of unloading the flour, stopped only with the crash of the glass. Mr. T.avalley. In the meantime, had assist ed Mr. Martin and prevented further iniurv to him, which he might have sustained from the horses stepping on him. The window was one of to such in the Sramninl block on Xorth Main street, and had dimensions of 10 feet six inches by II feet five inches. A sudden influx of frigid sir entered the bakery but was soon lessened by wall boards, ned to cover the snacc. Talking machine outfits, $25, $35, $00 and $7a at Bailey s Music Kooins. auv. Mrs. Hurry Fisher and mother, Mrs. Wallace, of 24 Averill street have gone to Boston on a short visit. Burns concert, Presbyterian church, Tuesday evening, Jan. 25. A good program arranged. Adults, 25c j chil dren, 10c. adv. Harry Jones of 380 North Main street left this morning for North Fayston, where lie has found employ ment with the Green Mountain Lumber company. Basketball, armqry, Montpelier, on Thursday, Jan. 20, Montpelier post, Xo. 3, vs. .Woodsville, X. II. Game called at 8:15 sharp. Dance after the game. Music by the Oriental Six. adv. Many sufferers from rheumatism arc daily telling of their remarkable re covery by using Rheuma. K. A. Drown sells it. Try it on a guaranty oi money back if it fails. adv. W. D. Smith of Summer street has returned from Burlington, where he was summoned yesterday morning to testify in the lawsuit against the Ver mont Fruit company of this city. Ladies' night will be observed by the Loyal Order of Moose ut their rooms in the Knights of Pythias hall to-night. Every member is urged to bring his wife, mother, sister or sweetheart. A box social will be heldf followed by a supper. The Maccabees held their regular meeting last evening, with a large at tendance. Four applications were re. eeived for membership. The meeting was followed bv a social hour, with dancing, singing and other forms of amusement. Mr. and Mrs. F.dward Blouin and family left yesterday for Sutton where they will visit until the end of the week t the home of Mrs. Blouin's parents, when thev will continue their lournev to Lennoxville. P. Q-, to re main indefinitely. Attention, Woodmen, wives and sweethearts! Regular meeting Fri day, Jan. 21, at H.30 p. m.. Odd Fellows' hall. Dept. Baldwin will be present. Following the meeting, a social time, dancing and card" will be in order. Ev erything free. Ladies please bring cake. The St. John the Baptist society will give an entertainment in Worthen hall. Ilarre, Friday, Jan. 21, at 8 p. in. A good program in French, consisting of a short play, music, songs and mono logues, followed by dancing. Music by ginxl trchestra. Admission, 25 cents. Members of Barre and Graniteville councils admitted free upon presenta tion of their membership cards. Meet ing of the members at 7 o'clock. Next-Monday is to be Woman's club day at the Bijou theatre, when part of the proceeds from the showing of the picture, "Prince Chap." will be donated to the club as the bitter's contribution to the Hoover fund for European relief. .Admission, 2.c, for both adults and rhildrcn. Patronize this Woman's club lenerit, enjoy yourself afternoon or evening at the pictures and also help the hungry children of Europe. adv. ATTRACTIVE GIRLS Not every girl can be beautiful but all may be attractive. There is a cer tain beauty that does not. depend up on regularity of features but is derived from the glow of health showing in cheeks and lips. Good color helps a lot in making a girl attractive and to have a good color you must have rich, j red blood. "I was pale and my lips were with out any color," says Mrs. Almira Phil brook, of Xo. 215 Willow avenue, Pontiae, Mich. "I was very weak, nothing tasted good and I suffered i from sour stomach and other discom- j forts after eating. I became nervous and had terrible headaches. My rest ; was broken at night. I "I had known of several people who had taken Dr. Williams' Pink Pills; with benefit so I got a box. After i taking the pills for a time I found1 that tl.ey were helping me so kept on with the treatment. My nerves be-j came stronger and then my colon slowly returned.. I have a healthy ! color now, food tastes good and I can; eat heartily of whatever appeals to me. J sleep well too and no longer have nervous headaches. I cannot speak too highly of Dr. Wiliams' Pink Pills." A valuable booklet, "Building Up the Blood," will be sent free upon request. Dr, Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists or will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, 00 cents per box, by the Dr. Williams Medicine. Co., iseheneetady, X. Y. Adv. Rockland Reading Fraihingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Adams Company Good fJooda Geod Service BETHEL Poolroom Owners Fined for Keeping Gambling Machines. Sheriff James MacDonald of Ludlow seized several minor gambling ma chines at the Myott & Whittaker pool room yesterday forenoon and in the afternoon the proprietors of the place appeared in municipal court and on pleas of guilty were required to pay fines and costs amounting to $16 each. Judge Whitham also ordered the ma chines destroyed. The large slot ma chine seized has not been used recent ly, but has remained in the place as a survival. The penny machine used in the cigar trade and the punch boards have been in frequent use. In fact punch boards have been used in several business places, but so far as is known the owners were not molested yester day except in the case mentioned. This might be a good time to relegate all local gambling implements, large and small, to the scrap heap. i I 2 4 Mrs. Lizzie Park of the Perry block was pleasantly surprised last Friday evening when 25 of her friends, niem- Imts nf the Presbyterian ladies' union. called to spend the' evening. There was singing by Mrs. Rose Penny and Mrs. Kenneth Macrae and games were also played to the amusement of all. On behalf of the visitors, Mrs. Kit - redge presented Mrs. Park a sum of gold. The recipient expressed her thanks very feelingly. During the eve ning refreshments were served. Jasper David, the 1 1 -rear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael David of Gran ite street, who had two rilis on the eft side broken last Saturday ni"rn- ing while coasting down the Goddard seminary hill, is improving slowly, but is still unable to walk aiMut. oung David, in coasting down the hill, chose the sidewalk in preference to the road, steered clear of two telephone poles at the foot of the hill and then, in an endeavor to turn hi sled, was burled off against a granite post near the Presbvterian church and McLeod bbo k- mith shop on Seminary street. He wss removed to his home by his broth er, and there rests in bed with the broken ribs reset now. Charles Hutchinson, wlio was burned1 out by a nic which consumed the , house in which he was living Wednes- , dav morning, has moved into the Kit-! tredge block. Last n:ght the family were guests at the Guyette home. I Arthur E. Spaulding has bought the j Russell T. Woodard plaee on the Ran dolph road from Guv Wilson, admin- istrator. and will take possession on April I. Mrs. If. J. Turner entertained the Methodist ladies' aid society yester day afternoon. Mrs. Barbara Caranchini, who re turned last week from Schigtiano, Italy, with her son, t'rano, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Annie Brusa, iu Wa-terbury. R. K. Burnett attended the state dairymen's and state maple sugar makers' convention in Burlington. Miss Abbie Whit com l is out again, after a Tort night's confinement, caused by a cracked rib. The thermometer registered the low est read'ng of the seaon yesterday morning, 20 below rero. Officers of the Woman's Relief corps will be installed Tuesday rO.'rnoon. Jan. 25, by Mrs. X'ina Stoughton of South Rovalton. Supper will be served after the installation. Mrs. Herbert A. Joslin is visiting her brother. Harrison Lovewcll, in Ar lington, Mass. m, wr. Sa. "S.-.siWMf. A fflJW..R-2.B.0 mm J::- Specials Friday and Saturday Overblouses Marked for $10.50 ..... $5.98 - Some Special Values in Satin Overblouses. The Tie-Back Model Navy, Black, Brown. Very pretty now with vestee. Waists Values .... $3.98 A small lot of attractive values in Georgette and Crepe de Chine. Waists gST $5.98 Excellent values in Georgette and Crepe de Chine in Tailored Styles and Dressy Models. Special Turkish Towels LOT 1- Extra Large. Extra Heavy. 75c. Value 49c LOT 2- Special Value 29c 188 fi. Main St. The Daylight Store - Ol'r.ton VVoh vtnnr K. H. PATERNALISM. Tendencies Towards Laws That Will Build Up Twrannical Bureaucracy. SEMIXOLES MAY EMIGRATE WATERIWRY Galvanized Steel Roofing. We have on hand Galvanized Stil Roofineat right prices. If interested let's hear from you. Strong Ildwe. Co., Burlington, Vt. adv. Attention. Regular meeting Barre polishers' branch, O. C. I. A., will le held in their hall. Xiehols block, on Thursday evening. Jan. 20, at 7 o'clock. W. C. Pirie, secretary. Regular communication of Granite lodce, Xo. 3.1. Y. and A. M.. rriday, Jan. 21, at 7 p. m. I'er order W. M James T.. Oreene, jr., has returned from ft. Johnsbury. where he attend ed the older bovs' conference, us a dele gate from the Christian Advent church. Mrs. L. II. Whitney and Mrs. Wiltsie Brisbrin are in Troy, X. V. Mrs. Henry Dcmeritt cave a delight ful brides party at her home on Main street Saturday evening. Prices were awarded to Mrs. J. T. Smith. Mrs. Max Avers and Mrs. E. R. Bri-drin. Delicious refreshments were served. All were enthu-iastie over Mrs. Demeritt's ability as hostess. Thia evening the Paushters of Isa bella Rive another card party in the Knivhts of Columbus hall. To-morrow afternoon the Pierian club will enjoy a musicale at the borne of .Mrs. XV. V. Clark. Mrs. Clark and Mis. Knowles hostesses. I Saturday afternoon otTicers of Queen Ksther camp, Xo. 7, O. E. S.. will bold! a practice meeting and next Wednes-j dav evening the regular meeting will i be' held. -' ) Among those who were in Montpelier and henrd Vice-President -elect Coolidv'cj i-pcak were II. C. Whitehill, rand 'date ; for collector of custom; Hon E. Bar ney, Mrs. S. C. Wheeler, wife of Rep- resentathc Wheeler, and Miss Daisy j Haseltine. And Take Up Land in Mexico If CUiimi Are Upheld. Wewoka. Ok!a., Jan. 20. At a con ference of Seminole Indians held here recently a derision was reached where by many Seminole Indians, now liv ing in Seminole county, will move to Mexico next mmmer to live upon a reservation allotted to them in IH.'iO by the Mexiean if1" ernmeiit, if claim to the land can be established. lxiuis Y. Rrown, chief f the Semi nole and son of former Governor .1. K. Rrown, with a delesrntion of 14 Semi nole leaders, hav left for Mexico City o confer with President Obregon and ask his decision mi the claim. Chief Brown is in possession of a copper medal sipon which the original treaty was made to the trilie, grant ing the reservation to the Indians, which he will take with him to ofTer as proof of the grant. The only question that is uncertain in the minds of the Seminole leaders, is whether the new Mcxiian regime will recognize the treaties of the old rulers. j Members of the tribe who will mi-1 grate to Mexico are thow who have j sold their allotments in Seminole coun ty, following the removal of restrie tiiini, the Seminole chief said. Having no homesteads, they desire to live ac cording to their old ways and customs. The reservation, which the Keminnlra claim was granted to them, adjoins that of the Kiekapoo Indians in north ern Mexico and consist cf several tholi- Htids of acres r-f fertile noil. The res-j Alaska's Door Unbarred. In 1S07, when Seward concluded the purchase of Alaska from Russia for the In creating federal departments for' . . ' . ' , , . u,e ,im;.w.,,, -,.... c .j $7V2S()000 for jt sfter w tr a - i.i i ... i . . weuare, we musi aom uir lennui e-jU . pj,uiarv rPferred to as "Se sults of bureaucracy. We are inclined i ward's lee Rox." Xot many ice boxes to think that as between a bureaucracy i when delivered to purchasers, are to of a military power, which paid little 'rammed full of good things as was 1 ... , , (Alaska, To date a billion dollars attention to the regulating of domestic, worfh o( prodlu,u have rome out o affairs, and a bureaucracy of social ; America's vast treasure chest to the rules and regulation-, the latter would : north, and yet the resources of that oppress the soul of a country more, i territory have barely been touched. We hae been saved throuth thoe t only is it rich in coal and mineral manv years, and will Ik- saved through-1 deposits, but it has proved to be a out America's continued progress, from marvelous agricultural .and, producing th Tr,m-th of too much centralism, too excellent wheat and other grain. Its much paternalism, too much buiu- Umber resource lye looked to now to .racv and too much infringement ,.f-"ave this country from a permanent the "individual- right to construct . bis ' 'w ood shortage and the death of nil own life within our American stand-j industries dependent upon wood. of reason and justice." Senator j recently tne government lias oe- k.-un 10 wine h moit- m-inr iiiu-it-si 111 Alaska. A railroad authorized by act I of Coneress in ItH.'i has been com ' pleted in all but Oil miles of its full ; extent. Investigations have been start led to estimate available waternowcr j and other resources. A'jricultnral sta tions hae been established, and home-, stead laws revised. Other uniieeessnrv ' restrictions are in a fair way to be removed, so that the way will be open j for the speedy ultimatum of many of j the uifts of that rich area. The govern-. ie c has been largely indifferent to it. Roth are waking now to the opportunities that exist there. The ambitious youth who imagines that pioneering oppor tunity is a thing of the past has here a rich field to test his courage and de- t,;,.fc ! termination. lei it win oe modern ii it.o i . . ,i , , . pioneering, wuii an uie neip m mod ern equipment which a rich and pro gressive government can offer. Brook lyn Times. ards Harding thu ably and clearly ha pointed out the dangers and pitfalls our -legislative bodies should avoid. Two bills now before Congress are open to criticism from the icwpomt of the president-elect. The Fe physical education bill cre ates a bureau of education to prov'de for the physical education, physical culture and general sanitarv instruc tion and supervision of all children between six and civrht years of aire. This nart of the bill will meet with Her Mot Welcome Visitor. The perfect baby had reached the age when he could coo. an accomplish ment in which he indulged most of the time when not otherwise engaged. "Hj is the most welcome visitor I ever had." said the mother proudly. "He just lies and talks to me by the hour." "Isn't that nice!" replied her visit or. "So unlike most visitors they iust talk and lie to you by the hour." Rehoboth Sunday Herald. Explained. 'Ta, what's it , mean to be cut on the street ?"' "It's whpn you lift your hat and the lady lifts her nose, my son." Boston Transcript. general approval. Rut the bill also ere-j merit has been slow in recognizing 1j, ates a division of child hygiene under j VI"P Alaska because the publ EAST BARRE day, Jan. JO, at Regular met ina of Degree of Pocahontas will 1- held Thurs- oYlock p. m. I tfrTS-y A. recular meet in? of V?inrLv Parr lodgf. No. IT. - k '- -1 , m ill ir .f . held Thtirdar at 7 n ka'I. A box stcisI will e hell after the meet- inif. Every ntt-mbr urgd to be prea- The Eat Rarre Pro2.-essive are do ine a larire oh1 biisin',s. They have enga(ied Charlea Corluan, w ith his saw inii outfit, for the remainder of the winter. Mr. Cochran has already brought six horses to the woods and all of bis sawina outfit. The different flrirtf in the woods have encased Amos Par tridge and Pert D ckey to build a small bungalow and Will Crow'ey will fur nish th heating apparatus. T.fk and son have already begun rontractina w ood. erva'ion was at one time occupied by the Sent inole.s old Indians say. but many of them moved to Oklahoma aft er the Civil war, when the land was al lotted to them. S!avts of the Indians, who remained in Mexico when their ma4ers moved into Oklahoma, are still living on thia reservation, the S'mi nolcs declare. . Card of Thanks. HEARD A LOXG DISTANCE i Wirelets Operator in Pacific IsltiA "TalkeJ- With Europe. San Diego. Cal., Jan. 20. An account . of a wireless t leplmn conversation ex- ! tendinis from Atalon. Catalina Island, in tie Pacific, acre's the rntinrnt and over the Atlantic to Spain an I Portiienl was given to-day by Frank Axe. who haa an airateur rad;o station at Ka cnrd:do, in this county. He sail he was listening in the tht ' nirht when he beard t'i Aaln !era- We wish to thank the relative. neighlor and friends who gave flow ers and assisted at the time of our j t'r tell the operator at San Pedro tl.at brother's and uncle's death, and alo j h as going to try ta reach Annapoli". to think the nurses at the hospit.nl and i Md.. and ti.the Ai- n ttna was the d-ctors for their kind treatment !. ful. Thr answer frm Anfir of him. lt. he says. wa tfiat the ne-age hi T.eorre P. D'Kkee, 'loud" and tlat h 'o b1 hes-n heatd Mil.'.Im ;. IU;i.ee. by opetatcrt in Sai and Irt'i.L t!e control of the surgeon general, the duties of which include "practical ad ministrative demonstrations relating to the health in infants and children and to child bearing." The power and authority conferred on the public health service over children and moth ers are too broadly and indefinitely expressed. Compulsory medical exam ination and treatment are implied in the measure. State medicine is con trary to the principles of libertv on whi.h thi nation is founded. There is a vast difference between physical education and culture and medical ex amination and romniilsorv treatment. Ten million Ave hundred thousand dol lars is annually appropriate,! by tha Fe bill. Thi'ast sum may well Ep- rall the already heavily Inirdened tax taver. in aouiiion in iius. -o- miist raise an equal sum, making a grand total of more than ?2n.0.ai.ivwi. Miut per-ons agree with the provisions in the Shcppsrd maternity bill for ed ucating mothers. Rut the bill does not t..n at education. It provide th.it the government may supply medical treatment "when necessary." The wording is ambiguous and admits of two broad interpretation. Doea it mean that women mu-t submit to rv amiration and treatment, whether de sired or not t There are many different rel:e'ons l.i l cfs. and there are alsu many l ff. r rnt school of medicine and systems f healing. The iti'tiee and fundamen- sl importance of religimi FWrty wa -cr ignited year ago and provided for n the ror.titnti.m. Choice in recrar.l ti treatment of disease i as mu-h matter of personal opinion anl ri;! t s (how in rel gion. It ii not adopt Jaws tbat sat or rf "too mwli pater ral sm. ton mn'h bnresuT'v. too m'i'b irf'ir.gewient -f tiie in b idiiP right t- ri-n-triK-t 1-is own I fe within oor ArreTisn fsn 'er l f-f rea-on and ju ti.e." Oi' Evening Fct Inference. "I hhiiddcrcd when Jack proposed." "Was he so awkward t'" 'Oh no: He did it so well. "-Boston Tran-cript. ::n::::::::::n::::::::n:un:nr;::M Automobile Painliog PATTEE and NUISSL is the newly organired company for first dass automobile painting. We guarantee all work turned out. If JoU intend to have your car painted for next season come and eee us now to talk it over. Shop Capital Garage, Montpelier, Vt, Phone j6. W. A. Patlec-L. Nuissl Resident Phones J51-M and 3t6-M. s " PL il FIELD resfi Fisli for Friday ! Fresh Cooked Shrimps for Salads are very fine, eating. Mackerel, per lb 25c Halibut, per lb . 35c to 40c Salmon, Ked, per lb 40c Smelts, per lb 30c .RoesS Haddock, per lb 25c Haddock, no bones, per lb 25c Cod or Haddock, whole Fish, per lb. . .. . ISc Finnan Haddie to 3 lbs.), per lb 20c Clams, Oystere, Lobsters, Shell Clams, Shrimps, Shell Oysters. Sardines, three for 25c Sv-al -. at S anl P -f L. rail SaUiHsy een'r-r. 'an. 2?. Three pieoe (.rrbestra. Adra. '!. tr r:r.. Pe'reshrrer's. J"' Tr j'ate. FVor i..arrer. 1 rte t To!-' adv. The F. D. Ladd Company