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T1IK: BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2.5,; ,1922.
CHELSEA Mr. and Mm, Brown, who liave lived : iti town for nearly two years, have jroiio to Lii'Ieton, N. It., to weke their residence. Mildred, the youngest daughter of . Mr. and Mr. Mux ,h. Hay ward, who about three weeks ago received seri ous injuring to the sifrht f iuio eye , .1..: ....... t -f.... rTcovcKm UeV 'to have -the bandiijje removed and! fuirlv wi.11 with 'ihn iitinrod eve. and ) ft becomes stronger, it is she will recover the full believed that ami siiht of that eve "se S g V ' . Mr. and Mrs. Zephire Brniiolje, who lut.'e, had employment nt the Sullivan Machine shops at Claremont, N. II., . during the past thrue years, have com- to their Homo lust over iia line iu T.,briJ. nnd Mr. Brunelle is get- , ting outlet blocks from his hill farm, .? i.. m n wmcn jou win occupy iu- aucnura during tho coding winter. . News has been received hete of late and Bert L. lfchnr.lson ot urangc, - - - - - -. of the death of Mrs Klia D. Wood- Leon C. Drew and Byron A. Manches- adding a concrete veranda, b'-rv wife of Dr'C E Vvoodburv of ter of Randolph, Harry B. Richardson 4 Most of. the liouses of "the hollow' Aevvortli, N. If. Mrs. Woodburv ai' and II. L. .Swift of Strafford, Leonard -now have electric lights. tn route' from her home to Florida to 1 F. Kent and Charles C. Cook of Thet- B(,ar tracks on Mount Hunger arc te spnnd the winter and slopped off at ford, Robert W. Hod ie and X. C. Our- I ported by hunters. Boston to visit friends when she was frier of Topsham, .J. C. Mitchell and Ira . Hom(s of the organizations in this stricken with pneumonia, to which '. disease she succumbed on Nov. il. Mrs. lindnle: Mass.. Mrs. R. R. Pratt of Almogrn. N. M., and Mrs. C. Ricker of Cambridge, Masss.; also two nist.crs, Mrs. Willard P. Townsend of this town and Mrs. Grace (Ordway) , ' A ' 'I . ' .:: i i.. ' orotoer, rreu .-v. f 1?tinarii1 ervirH Ulr hplll in tile pre held in tile aft- 1 t the chapel of the i 1 j ernoon of Nov. 11 a Forest Hill cemetery ' G. "Lime" Hayward is driving tlie : Vershire stage for Mr. Melindy and by ' reason of the illness of Dan A. Whit- , ney, Harry F. Bryant is driving the, ; stage between Chelsea and Wa-diing- . ton. . . ,, n.. a.. i ...... f ", t.:.,i, ..f n, .eo; In m oV 7.7 dier was discovered family" of Guv ,n, Russell, be- " early this week in the R. Colby, his oldest ton, , mg the victim. Ben A. Goodrich has recently sld and delivered to George Williams -of South Royalton a new Fordson trac tor. There will be a meeting of the West -Hill Farmers' club Tuesday ei cning. j ';Nov. 28, at which refreshments will ; lie served and an interesting program Attorney Hale K. Darling has been in Montpelier during the past two weeks trying cases 1, in Washington county court. Judge Stanley C. . Wilson returned Friday evening" .from St. Albans, where he lias tieen at the "PniDer - terra of Franklin county court, whicli has just taken its final adjournment Rufus G. Robinson, secretary and .treasurer of the Granite Mutual Insur ance Co. of Barre, was in town Tues day atternoon on business in xne ln ' terest of the company. Attorney Bolles of the firm of Bolles and Thompson of Bellows Falls was nt tho office of the couuty clerk several oays last weeK, maKing a inoroiigii and exhaustive examination of the early records of Orange county. Mr. and Mrs. Ray IL Dearlnirn and daughter of South Fairlee were in town the first of the week as guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin N. Dearborn. i James Pappas, the new owner of the Barnes block, occupied many years by the late Herbert 0. BUby as a Store, has installed running water in the block, taking the sapie from the Wil son system and has also installed sew w connections. . Otho C. Williams, chief repair man for the Orange Telephone company in this district, left Tuesday evening for Fymsbury, Conn., tc join his wife and children, who are visiting her par ents and will remain with tlu;in until fifter Thanksgiving. A union Thanksgiving service will lie held at the Methodist church Thurs day evening, Nov. 30, at 7:30 o'clock. Hev. Mr. Rockwood of the Congrega tional church will give the address. Wellington Morey of Vershire has engaged to work in the bobbin shop a i. 4 1 U V1 " '" to eouth tenement on the second toor ln'j. and has moved Iim family into the Harold Colby houe. Orrt. R Rrtk!,auT t,o. wn in failing health for over a year and confined to his bed for several months at the home of his brother, Albert O, ltradshaw on the west hill, has been mora comfortable for the past few Woodburv was a native ot Chelsea, be- , iv. nouguton nna wm m. nr c. . ,M,ssib!o there will be a community ing tho oldest child of the late Martin Washington. Lhner K. Hatch and red j (;Iiri((tnltts tTes tIlis year (.arl.i(.,i out F. Ordway. and wife and was 06 years , Perkins of est ra i.ilee, Clarence Bail- j on a r gca,B' tlmn'ever before, old at the. time of her death. She is ey and Ldward L. House of illuims. Kneeland Flat Foworth leacue survived by her husband and three town. . udgfl Frank L. Fish of Vor- the Jvntemua 111 i.pworui Riigut. survned o mr nuhoaim ""-" " .;nn ,i,jin held its semi-monthly service in the !angliters, Mrs. . u. jvimmcr-tu ivos-1 - i- - . a- ...l.oHm,is.. last Sun weeks, yet his condition is very in-ave. aiuem anu mr. c-mancj H! a n J K I of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smalley of Dux (liarles O'Neil, sr., of Iwcll, Mass., j bury. Since their marriage in 1!K2 firesident of the Orange County Bob- Mr. and Mrs. Smalley have letided in iin corporation, was ' in town several i Warren. BIGGER END RALPH OLLIVER ALEX STRAITON JAMES BIGGS JAMES INGRAM CHRIS RJORN 50 Pretty Girls day tlio first of the week in the in terests of the corporation. Mrs. Frank A. Hayden and two chil dren have gone to l'ortlund, Me., from which place she willin company with her mother and brother, continue her journey to Florida to upend the winter with a sister. r Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Titu of Clare mont, X. Jl. were, in town the first of the week and were gnents at the home the former, father, Frank TiU, The, following gentlemen from the several towns in Orange eoiiiuy raie', . i. been drawn and summoned to appear , as petit jurors at the Member term i of Urange county court wmcn eon- vener on Tuesday, Deo. .1. Fay. K. , pi.,t- ,i H-n.M Avei v of Bradford, f, ' j yor(i HW d David Abel of ara;riiri Clarence P. Fullam and f jjUnul Hutchinson of Brookfield, Tru- mnn 71 Knenr and Hale V. Mattooil CheUen.. Charles T. Clark and W. (J. :Vr , "J . V xr, 1V. (, charW II Muni, of Fairlee, ' Dillingham resulence on Maple .street ' lon '-' ' 'iiiinl nulla pvtwiiaive ltntiniveuieiits. Frank W. George and Simeon b. Uo- art of Newbury,-Ros well Farnbam Mice ot lunorittge, .iivau jiasunjjs ! ano a .yeisi , , nr. iv. xion&iuon una j.rm'M .vi. i-it-mcr ii ; , PEACH AM At Blair's ball Friday evening the Fast Peaeham V. I. H. society fur- mished an excellent oyster supper, fol- iowed by a very irmd entertainment, aft-ilu"c" "J J . , J 1 ' 1 a i wh,oh, Jt' ings by Mrs. Doyle of St. dolinsbtiry, I .selection bv Fwoham orcnestra; two solos, Kd. Mackay; two songs. Lil- lian Emery, Joliette Cowan nnd Lou Harvey; dneU Helen Sanborn andjfjonth church at the usual hour, 10:30. Marsraret Wtevenson; witty stories Rev," Wilmond Warner; after which Mrs. Dovlc told several stories about a minister, in wnicn sue tried to out -H Mr, Warner and which proved very wn 3ir- "rulr Blul interesting and funny. The program lod with a seltion from the or- ehestra. At the close of the enter- tainment the surplus food "was auc tioned off. which amounted to several dollars. The benefit realized were $60, which will be used to pay for the village street lights. Miss Marion Mackay has R-one to Boston, -where she has entered a hos pital for treatment. a. W. Hastie and famil were in St.. Johnsburv Friday. Mrs. Blossom Richardson enter tained a company of youne people at a party Thursday evening in honor of her son'st Delmar, seventeenth birth day. Games were played and a gen eral good time was enjoyed. A large, Ifilmmiii anf liQiiilunmilir lvlrn ttfit !lirtli(J beari t!,e lUerSi ..D, R.," was displayed, on which were iplayfd, on which were seventeen tiny pink lighted candles and of which each guest received two generous helpings. Coffee, popcorn and homemade fudge were "also served. The basketball game at P. A. hall Friday evening between Bradford and Peaeham stood 2 to 42 in favor of Peaeham. The hunters home from camp re port a smaller number of deer 'than usual this year, and some of the old hunters who have not failed to get one for several years were unsuccess ful. Charles Chamberlain and Mrs. Lizzie Ramsey were recently married at West Barnet by Rev. Francis Laird. 'Philo Robinson took Edmonds Sar gent, also Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Lamb, to East Corinth Saturday evening to attend the wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metcalf. ... . 1 Ralph Bigelow of this place and Miss Catharine Briar of Danvi lc wee ; married at that place Wednesday, Nov. 15. Some from here at tended the show at Groton Wednesday evening. Charles Wheeler has moved from St. .lohnsbury to the Churchill place on cast hill. WARREN The friends and-neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Mnauey met at tneirt,r residence Wednesday evening, .Nov. '11, help them celebrate thr 20th wed- J 4 - , Lnjiyed, refreshments were served and they were presented a silver"pie knife as a loKen ot esteem, ine presenta tion was made by G. n. Campbell, to which Mr. and Mrs. Smalley respond ed in a tilcasinir mannef. Mr. Smalley 'a" formerly Miss Jennie (.odfrey of - BETTER - BEST MEN SAM DOWERS PAUL GIACHERIO WILLIAM HOWIE HAROLD WAUGII LESLIE WILSON A SNAPPY BARRE' OPERA HOUSE. Monday and Tuesday, November 27 and WATERBURY CENTER ' Truimin Murray injured his foot. nv eral days ago. Mrs. Abbio Griffith is i!l at the honw of Mm Storey in Watei bury. Chester Howes has one to tin Mary Fletcher ' hospital for an appendicitis oiMMation. . V 7, f!riiifw 1 nq ii'illli to the . . p, . - Ileatfm liospital for treatment. ' ' Mrs. Fannie Fwk is sick. Mis Arthur Woodard is lmtch bet - . .... . ..... ...- ,.,, tll , , j wek or so. 0..1. .. mead, N. J., are parents of ft daugh- i ter. . Mr,' Frances Beach ' ha gone to ' Vortii Williston for the winter. Dr. Foster has abandoned his idea of I ....;.. south for the winter. " "wr n pc-imeu .o T . 1 1! i 1.. - ,J il.. " " " H. H. Freeman ia having a new eel-j omiuuuity are already, looking for- . t the Uir stmas season. It is day the officers previously elected there were nddudthe following: Mrs. K. Kigfcs, vice-president in charge of de partnient of spiritual work; Fleming, icirj'i esidein in cnarge -ui ucjinri uicui ; ot recreation ana culture, am organ j , - JIrg H w Barr)ws) 8Ild . W has been donated for the uscof the Bllrnhalll H9 pru,.illa and John Aiden. league ann tiie scnooi oy iue generosity , . c nr.... iv...... v i.e.. 1,1 . . M. of Jlrs. Davis of orthlield. .-.evenu I lamps have also been donated. A-pecial Thanksgiving service will take place Sunday morning in tho A., are invited. Gentlemen's night will lie observed by Waterbury grange, Tuesday, DeCyS. NORTHF1ELD Rev. and M.rs. C. C. Creegan very de lightfully, entertained the home de partment of the Congregational church at the parsonage on Wednesday after noon. There were about 2. present. Mrs.-W. C. Merkel gave most inter esting talk on the "Home Life of the German people." Mrs. Merkel, with her husband. Captain Merkel, has spent some time in Germany, and her talk was given from hen own experience ; and her life among the people of that ( country. Captain and Mrs.. Merkel have been spending the past few months with her aunt, .Mrs, .. J.' Har- ris, tmt expect to go won to iovernors Island, New York, where he has. been detailed for service. Following this talk there were several musical num bers, followed by games. Delicious re freshments were served and a most en joyable evening was passed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Dntton, who 1 six men. : have been living for some time iu the , MiM Ru0l M,Mahon entertained the home of Mrs, Charles liolton 011 S. lio.d rj(1 ruh Fri(, ,frnoon in ),. street have moved this week into their or (f ,(,r emli MiM nmed Jfc. new home, whnk they have recently Mallon who pectg to leave soon for erected on Central street. ! t,,0 wptt Thrp1 table, wore p,HVe, Mrs. Scott D. Welch came from 1 and dainty refreshments were served. Montpelier Tuesday to join her bus- Kxm A,,i)tt f B(1ston h visiting big band who is employed 111 t. S. Dyke s gjf.ter jr(t jj. p Smith, store. They are to make their hom? j this winter with bis parents, Mr. and' Mrs. A. M. Hunter and son went on Mrs. Timothy Welch, on Cross street. ! Friday to join Mr. Hunter in Mont A dausHcr, Una Alice, was born to pelier, where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Macv Saturday. Mrs. Floyd M. IXaring went to Bur lington Wednesday to spend a s)wt time with friends. -:, Mrs. J. Albin has rented her home on Cross street to Myron Glidden and I wife for tin winter. Mr. Glidden is em j ployed in the Northlield Co-operative creamery. , (;eorj?(, Walker went to Borton the of lhe week to visit for A short time. ; MJs Margaret Aiken is confined loj her home by illness. hdward-t onifeil 1 is assisting in Cross brothers' ollic during her absence. The Northtield graded school will , 1 1 close rriday, xsov. z. tor the iirmlml i Thanksgiving recess, which will ex - tend to Iec. 4. me high school win not close until Wednesday, the 2!'lh, and will open again Dee. 4. The fall term for the grades will close Pee. 13 J 'and the high s,hool D--C. 2.1. The win- irrx: term for both higli hiuh and frntded ,.hol, wni begin Jan. 2, Mi Anna Wilf ore who ha ben ,V. more, uo hbs dppi visiting in Boston and '.Cambridge, Mass for few day. the past week ' nan iridium iiuuir. t Gordon Wells has moved his family from Burlington to the Dennison Brown house on Central street. PLA1NFIELD K. J. Ruttr, optometrist, will lie at Mrs. Jennie llamel's Monday, the 27th. Call and have your eyes exaniimd. DAHICTOWN Something You Cannot Afford to MUSICAL COMEDY FULL OF PEP AN EAR PRICES-50C 73c, $1.00 STOWE Funeral of Mrs. Forrest Wilkina Held Yesterday from Church. The funeral of Mr. Forrest K. Wil kins was held at tho Community church Friday, afternoon. Rev. C. K. Havward officiating. , The bearers I worn tlirpb brntliers. Charles. illiam r i. ... -.. .1 t.. 1 n:...l.,.ll i (mo ray mow, ami rum -iin:m-n. uph .r i,v Mrs. ' II. W. Harrows. I Burial was in River Bank cemetery. ! Those from out of town to attend the funeral wipe Mr ana Mrs utor Houston of RiV'rton. Leon Williams, diaries Pow, Mrs Ruby Hewlett and Mr nnd Mf . Fay Dow of Yv aterbury and Will Dow of Montpelier. Thanksgiving Entertainment Proved a Great Success, r A community Thanksgiving enter tainment was carried out in a very creditable manner at the. Akeley Me morial building Thursday evening, un der the auspices of the united aid so ciety. The feature of the evening was an historical vKPant covering the time from 1620 to the present, in which, r0. people in appropriate cos tumes took part. A group represent ing the Pilgrim period was led by G. N. Clark-and T. A. Douerlass as Mas aasoit and, Miles Stnndi.shj the Rev olutionary period by H. E. Shaw and Mrs. IT. K. Pike as George and Mar tha Washington; 1 80 1 by A. C, Oakes and E. B. Forbes as Abraham and Mrs. .Lincoln"; the Spanish war period by K. B. Forbes an Admiral Clark; the. World .war by Major and Mrs. D. F. Smith, of American Legion and Red Cross. Mrs. W. M. Adams acted as leader of community singing.. Rev, C. E. Hayward read Oovernor Hartness' proclamation. Mrs. Adams read a paner on " America lhankngiv- jn I)j,yg A Vocal duet was rendered T,,,x in,.im1ed "Lincoln and .Slav. nd "World War veterans and Red Cross Nurses." Miss Pauline Frank lin rendered a vocal solo and encores. A beautiful rendering of a minuet was given. A veritable corn husking was accompanied by sontr and en core by Frank I McCarthy and a clog dance by B. C. Bull, which was followed by the Virginia reel by (lie buskers. 'Superintendent L. D. fTnith gave a French dialect reading and encore. Accompanists on the niano were Miss Laura Thomas, Mrs., Maidie Butt and Miss Vplma Cochran; vio lin, Mr. Bull. Donald Doujlass and Miss Cochran played for dancing at the close of the program. The hall was beautifully decorated with flags and bunting snd the lights were " shaded red. There was a large attendance.' including several parties from Morrisville, among them "Con- mf.xf.nian -elect F. G. Fleetwood Much j credit is due the president of tl.e unit j0i aid, )(r. Emms Straw, and those j wno agisted her in carrying out the .arrangements. A sawmill which the Stowe Butter Package company has been ptittin up on a part of the site of their plant that burned last spring has been com pleted and began running to-day. A new up-to-date wheel has been in- stalled and. the mill will employ about WORCESTER The ladies aid met with Misa. Susie Abbott Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth James lias gone to Stowe to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Ward Collins. Joel Richardson went Monday to Selina, Kans., to visit his son, Otis Rio'iardson. Five deer were reported to Game Warden Ilenrv Abbott as killed in town during the past hunting season. ''J . ., . rt.ii 1 . nt an i iinH n uiin h 11 Frank J'lllun were the townspeople to or"? - Philip Stone has moved to East hampton, Mass. Ralph. White Has moved to the .Will - . v, ' 1 ' 1 " V.LZ. ' J Mr. Vail is not so well as usual. nt Inet. Bosley is recovering from her The ladies' aid will hold Uieir annual saile Dec. 8. The M. E. quarterly conference met" with Airs. Carrie town inursuay att ernoon. Thursday evening of last week around 40 "of the neighbors and friends met w ith Mr. and Mrs. Amos Powers and enjoyed a pleasant time. Produced By Mr. and Mrs. HARRY E. GAGE ; auspices of . x Barre . Post No. 10 American Legion FULL - AN EYE FULL-TWO HOURS FULL TICKETS EXCHANGED AT THE BOX OFFICE SATURDAY AND MONDAY RANDOLPH Mi-s Mary McAllister, who has been at the sanatorium for treatment, is ; pJiw was a guest last wees at oonu better and has returned to Waitufield. I Morrill's. - . ' F. .T. Hnrnell had the middle .Hnycr Mrs. Edna Glines is recovering slow of the rik'ht hand taken oft at the lv from her recent fall. Miss Lena second joint Monday morning. He in- jnrcd it some 'time ago, and the bono was diseased. , The 2flth annual meeting of the ! Rochester club was held Nov. 14 in (he otbee of A. M. Hubbard. 1 lie toi- mwircr imuei mrneu i... for the coming year: President, C. J. i Cole; first "viee-presidont, A. M. Hub- ' bard; 'Pfotid ice-presment, mt. uer- trude Fassett; secretary and treasur er, Mrs. Floyd Hodgkilis. The E. A. "Strout agency, through its agent, F, K, " Spaulding, has sold the John Lawless farm in Washington, including stock, tools and crops, to Christian Rohrs ftf 130, East ,120th street, New York City. ; Possession will be given in Dec-ember, and the purchaser buys for a home. Mrs. C. .T.' Cole and Edith .Tewett visited in St. Albans recently, where the latter parents reside for the pres ent. ' Vcci. h. H Paine of S)ringfioId.M.ai., is at her home here , with her father, n. .'i. u....e. . , ,V T r The granite quarries on the Brockle v.lle. P -y the first of the week and Jnku, ,lave' ,M,en sold to parties J. R. Amlet of M. Albans took his., v.,tt. ti,,. , i place at the stTition. Mrs, J. H, Moulton and Miss" Mary Moulton have closed -their house and gone to Mt. Vernon, N. Y., to pa the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lane. Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Gaylord Have gone to their home in Waitsfield for the winter. William Viall of Keene, N. H., a student at Dartmouth college, was in town over Sunday, , the guest of his aunt, Mrs. LD. Strong. Mrs. S. S. Whiteomb has returned from a several weeks' stay jn Bel lows Falls with her son, E. S. Wliit comb, and wife. ' - ' O. C, Hill of Randolph Center has recently moved to the house in town, which he purchased of K. E. Maxham. J. fi. Sault of St. Albans passed Sun day in town with hisiparents, Mr. and Mr". Kli Sault. The ladies o"f the Eastern Star me in a social at. the homo of Abbie F. Clarke on Thursday night, with a good attendance. The program ar ranged was of interest and refresh ments were served at the close of the meeting. CABOT E. J.' Rutter, optometrist, 'will be at Mr'. Barnett's Wednesday, the 29th. ( all ami hare your eyes examined. adv. PAR K U paramount Qktun A Surprising Comedy Romance With a Oreat last oi i-avorttes uicluding Walter Hiers. ( Also I PATHE NEWS fBiMri M os ft TO-DAY ONLY ; WLl ',. i 1, ,h J , LEADING UP TO A RED HOT MINSTREL TUN BRIDGE Mrs. Rachel Matthews of Fhiladel- J Darling is assisting her in her work. Miss Elizabeth Matthews of White River Junction was at her farm last week, alo called on her old neighbors. Will Noble is gaining from his re cent attack of scarlet fever, but is not out of quarantine yet. One new case has developed in the family of Frank Larkin, Stephen Slye of South Strafford was a guest of his: cousin," Elmer Slye, re cently. ; r ' ; John Carpenter and Forest Barnaby were, the only successful deer hunters in this town heard of so far. They se cured a 150-pound buck. Frank Hayward of the firm of Hay ward and Noble was called home from his work in Boston by the illness of Will Noble. . Miss Lina Stevens was a visitor in Corinth over the week-end. f The Hassam estate lias finished the contract of cutting last blocks on the w. , e , t Bethel, I..... i,,,;i.i;.." Charles Ordway of the firm of Ord- l1 i'f7, ' - ' - " - ' " I ( WHERE i " f A I T v Mn(lliy I J ?K 1 . -' - p L,. 4. 1 .aaa.aw i rr ! n n n n n .(! n n 1 Midafi Mid nrkl m jtw m m - m. a. - e -a j ml .1 i SPECIAL DANCING PROLOUGE BY MONTPELIEITS CLEVEREST FANCY DANCER SHOWN AT THE PARK'S REGULAR ADMISSIONS HQgVtE O F (Paramount PICTURES THE, HIT OF THE SEASON T1REL; Miss way, Beedo and company was in Con oord, Newport, and Manchester, N. II., last week delivering a truck load of jam and preserves, . v John ; Hough of North Walpole, N. IL, was in town recently to bring Mrs. Fred Welch home from a visit to her daughter in that place. ROXBURY Mrs. Pencil has come from her home j in Swanton to spend a few days with uer nusoana. Mrs. Rattee was up from Randolph to spend th end of the week witii her childre.il here. Mr. and Mrs, N. J. Sumner arid son, Ltlian bumnetv and daughter, Mns. Scott Brooks, from Braintree and Ran dolph, visited t.'ic former's sister, Mrs. Abbie Nichols, Sunday. i. Charles McGovern spent the end of the week with friends in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs Wayne Howe drove out from Northfie d and spent the end of the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre. Fred Tihlen lias exchanged his Buick touring car for a Buick sedan for spring delivery. Mr. Brett was home from Barre tolaie Peu uv-uEBn .:. see his wife recently. James Tliorington was in Montpelier and Barre Sunday, The last of the entertainments, the fourth of the series, was given a.t the town .'mil Friday evening and was said If u u IT ill ,jka.jt.fl-?ii'si ii- .fiWi! "lit? !.- .iitbii .iliiiJrtU SPECIALTIES MRS. JAS. B. STEWART JAMES BENNETT DOROTHY LANDER CLARA BENNETT MILDRED LANDER GODDARD MALE QUARTET 6 CHORUSES AMERICAN HOUSE , Hanover Street BOSTON The House of Good Cheer Room Rate $2.00 per day and up. Two new fireproof Garages one JJlok ill th rear of the House. ' RATHSKELLER Business Men's Lunch from noon to -- 2:80 p. m. Dinner from 6 p. m. to S p. m. Supper from 8 n. m. to 1 a. m. A la .carte all day. v Mule from 6 p. m. to 1 p. m. by Scottr Holmes Orchestra and the Imperial Marimba Band Banquet Rooms from 4 to 600 peoplo Telephone Haymarket 4740. by some to be the best of them all. They have been of a high class. J. W. HoWe was a business viistor in Barre and Montpelier the lust i'ie week.. ' , "',-'; "' -' J ne-deer season, wnuii cioseo nauir- iln),, ot'nri in v of fMitiont wan a vnrv 1111. :,'fi ;i,u' vi,in;f..: vari Spaulding shot one several da before t)ie emj of the geas0Ilj tmt it ot away. j However, it was thought to have been 1 found a few days later, dead. So far as known, this was the only one shot in i this. viiHnity this year and but few The Will to Believe, "But how did pou get her to believe such an outrageous lie ?" , 'T 41.1 if f. liAr in of rM ontifiil.pA Boston Transcript. ; ' 1 A dance daring even for Broadway. It was her last, dance before the fascinated eyes of a New York andience. She was going to marry . and be safe for all time from Broadway, and the sort of men who haunt it SHE THOUGHT --.tniD U DOUGLAS INGLIS MADELINE GLADDING CHARLES GIBBONS BEATRICE PAPIN ELLEN INGLIS 28