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THE BAIiKE DAILY TIMES, BA a LTRDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922. k 2 ESTABLISHED 168. THE HOMER FITTS CO. "The store where quauty counts . Just In---Lingerie and Silk Hosiery of Unusual Gharm y: ;'i 'New. Styles : ' in "Dove" Lingerie .Under-garments The very, latest style ideas are ex pressed in these newly airived "DOVE" Under-garraents. The as sortment includes NIGHT ROBES, ENVELOPE CHEMISE, CAMISOLES and BLOOMERS. featuring exquisite hand-embroidery and fancy stitching on fine , batiste and radium silk in pink" and white. The prices are extremely moderate for such' lovely under-garment3, 98c to $5.00 New Silk Hosiery With All the Quality and Shape liness that the Name "Van Raalte" Assures. OVE BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922. The name Van Raalte on a pair of Silk Stock ings is like the Sterling mark on silver. It is a guarantee of quality &ud of long and satisfactory wear. The new arrivals are ' pure thread silk, black and cordovan, full fashioned with the "Mate Stripe"- the bright col ored stripe around the top, yAN,RAALTE , $2.75 and $3.00 a pair . The Weather. Fair to-uight warmer in Vermont; Kundav clnudv and warmer: probably snow in New Hampshire! moderate, north, shifting to eat and southeast, winds. - i TALK OF THE TOWN Package sale on at Barre Drug Co. Get one to-night, dv. "Stops the tickle.? Drown'a cough syrupi 35o a bottle. aav. Cliarles LaBarron of Plainfleld was a visitor in the city to-day. New Year dance, Bailey hall, Mont- pelier, Tuesday, Jan. 2. adv. Postcard views of views of Barre 50 years ago at Martin's , Book store. adv. , . . , New packages, numbering 200, added to package sale at flarre vrug vo. adv. , Work will he resumed Wednesday morning, instead of Tuesday. Marr Gordon, inc. aav. -"Chicairo," the very latest and popu lar song hit direct from Broadway at Littlefield . adv. X. Lampis of Keene, N. H., arrived in tlie City ntsi. evening vu a, icn wja business visit. Public dance every Saturday night, Quarry Bank hall; Carroll s orchestra, Special car after dance. ady. Delicious lemon cream sherbet, also chocolate ice cream, for New lears day at Drown'a Drug store. adv. Harry Kelly of Hartford, Conn., who has been passing a week in the city, returned to his home last evening. New Year's sunlight hop, Bailey hall, Montpelier, 1:30 to 4 p. m.; 35c per head. Sumner s seven-piece orchestra. adv. , Mrs. Edson Lander of tlie Nash com pany store, who baa been ill for the past few days, has gone to her home in Plainfleld. The Charles Dow auction in East Or ange has been postponed until Monday, Jan. 1, afc 10 a. m. D. A. Perry, auc tioneer. adv. GRAMTEVILLE "New Year's ball, given by Council Champlain. No. 253, of L. U." St. Jean Baptiste d'Amerique, gymnasium hall, upper Uraniteville, Jan. 1. Jacob's orchestra five pieces. Dancing 8 to 1. Admiesioin, $1.2T per couple. Extra ladies, 23c. Lunch served free. adv. A reception will be given in the hall of the t.rnniteville Presbyterian chinch on Jan. 1 from 7 to 10 p. m., by tlie pastor and his wife to all the adult member of the cburch and con gregation. An cneciaHy good program at Palace theatre to-nifrht. Admission, 10 and 20 cents. Vitaprnpb's super feature, The Hon of alluigford, ' will be presented at Palace theatre New Year's. A big ten-reel show. Matinee at 2:13. Evening at 7:15. Admission, 15 and 25 cents. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. Campbell nnnnunce. the engagement of their tlaujrhter, Miss Annie Campbell, to ' Webster Churchill Chapman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert W. Chapman of :;S0 Blue Hill avenue, Hartford, Conn. Mr. Clinpnuin jjrnduated from the Con necticut Agricultural college at Storrs in 1021. Mist-cs Margaret and Ajne Murphy returned home to-day from Haverhill, Mass.. where they spent two weeks with relatives. , , John N. MdcDcinald returned home from Brattlcboro Thursday. Laurence H viand is confined to his home with scarlet fever. Laurence Oraham. who has been em-' ployed in Bristol, Conn., is home un-i til .tw lear e. . . William Lctnurneati .of New Haven, Conn., was a visitor in town the earlv part of the week, goinjr from her to Wellington to fpend a few days with friend. Mr. and Mr, .lohn Coxon and chil dren have relumed home from Kin near' Mills, where they spent a few months. TALK OF THE TOWN New Year dance, Bailey hall, Mont'- peliejr luesday, Jan. 2. adv. A, F. Colby of Newport, N. H., is passing a short business visit in the city. Look over our selection of , fresh fruits and candy. Excellent Quality at !the right price. At Marchctti'a Fruit store. adv. Victor records for January on sale to-day at Littlefield Piano Co.; for merly Bailey'a Music rooms. adv. Batteries should be well taken care of during the winter. We are prepared , to give expert attention at reasonable j prices. Tel. 770 and we will call for j yours. Kelly & Nelson, Main street ga rage. aav. Iroquois tribe. No, 16, extends a spe cial invitation to the members of Win netta council, No. 10, D. of P., to be present at their installation Tuesday evening, Jan. 2, at 7:30 prompt in L 6. O. f. hall. Gordon block. Kadi meur her may bring a gentleman friend. A large attendance is requested. Per K. of K. One can become as independent as a millionaire by owning tlie splendid 13-acre farm just outside the city, wih fine house ami barn, which we are now offering. Level land, hard wood floors in house, 2Ti fruit trees, garage, etc. Pleasant location, only few rods to school, store, etc. Owner leaving town and wants immediate sale. Only 13.400. Might consider cottage in exchange. See the D. A. Perry Real Estate agency. adv. Theodore Lascor of SpringfieH. Mass.. viited here the early part of Engineer Cured By One Bottle. New ton Falls, X. Y., Feb. 28, 1011. Mr. A, J. Phillips: Dear Sir In reply to your letter, will say I am an engineer in the employ of the Newton Falls Paper Co. I was troubled with a lame back for one year. Tried several doctors without getting any relief. Took one bottle of A. J. 1". Rheumatic Cure and the pain left be fore the bottle was gone. Frank Maloy. Your druggist has it. adv. All stores, members of the Barre Re tail Merchants' association, Inc., will be closed all day Monday, Jan. 1, 1823, New Year's" day. adv. Don't fail to attend the rummage sale held by the Salvation Army to day (Saturday), beginning at 10 a. m. at 73 North Main street. adv. Harry Corologoa of Keene, X. H., ar rived in the city last evening on a bus iness visit." Mr. Corologoa expects to locate in the cajidy business here. We will call for your battery and put it in winter storage. Expert at tention at' reasonable prices. Kelly ft Kelson, Main street garage. TeL 770. adv. Mrs. Robert O. Fowler of Lebanon, N. 11., who has been passing a few days at the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C Glysson, of Perry street, returned this morning to her home, ' Members of the Greenwood Racquet club held a enowshoe hike last evening, which took them to the blayton camp on the east hill, where a very enjoyable good time and luncheon were held. The party, with their ehaperones, returned to the city at a late hour. Charles H. Simmons, -who formerly was a conductor on the local passenger trams and who was later transferred to Burlington and then to Montpelier Junction, has been re-assigned to the local run, according to a notice re eeived from headquarters at St. Al bans. - - Workmen from the Barre and Mont pelier Traction and Power company, aided by the sweeper car, were busy this morning digging out the Wash ington street car line so that operations could be resumed on that branch. It is claimed by motormen who operate the cars running up the hill that the heavy snow is not as much to blame for causing the cars to stop running on the line as are the motorists who will persist in driving on the tracks,, making a hard coating of snow on the raila over which the light "electrics" cannot make their way. , On the heels of the big storm ves- terday came a cold snap last niht, the mercury registering almost as low as a week ago. Various thermometers about Barre registered 26 below isro and at the Ross barber ahop near De pot square tlfe glass marked 24 below at 7 o'clock this morning. Just five years ago this morning the record cold for Vermont was registered, Barre milkmen coming to town that dav with reporta of 60 below aero and the spirit thermometer at Walter 'Perkins home on Elm street registering HH be low. The official temperature taken at the Northfield weather bureau was 42. TALK OF THE TOWN New Year dance, Bailey hall, Mont pelier, Tuesday, Jan. 2. adv. "Tho day of the Knight is here." Willys-Knight motor cars. adv. Something of value in every pack age, only :)5c, at Barre Drug Co. adv. "The Mysterious Rider," by Zane Grey, now 75c at Martin's Book Store, adv. . Saturday and Sunday special, fancy assorted chocolates, per pound 39c. At Marchetti's Fruit store. adv. Victor records for January ou sale to-dsy at Littlefield Piano Co., for merly Bailey's Mutiie rooms. adv. Thomas Staples," who has been pass ing the Christmas holidays in Brattlc boro, returned to Websterville to-day. A meeting of the board of directors of the Barre Woman's club will be held Monday evening at 7:30 in Aldrich bail. V -v I storei THE TOWN ,'s at Drown's Drug Tubbs snowshpQS, skis and toboggans at Drown's Drug store. adv. ' New Year dance, Bailey hall, Mont pelier, Tuesday, Jan. 2. adv. Closing out all footwear at cost price. Call at 1 Pearl street. adv, " James Doheny of Northfield was a visitor in the city this morning. For plumbing ai.d beating call James McLeod, 123 Orange treet..Tel. S23-W. adv. Mrs. William, O'Brien returned to day to her home in New Haven, after pausing a few days in this city.' Be sure to see our complete display of fresh fruits and candv. Bargains every day. At Marchetti's Fruit store. adv. ' MONTPELIER The . monthlv meeting of the Crosa will be held in the Red Cross rooms Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. . t Charles Powell returned yesterday to his home in St. Johnsbury, after pass ing a short business visit in Barre and vicinity. " . John Shepard of the University ,f Vermont has been passing a few days at his home in Barre Town and with friends in this city. Zan's All-Stars "were defeated by the , Whirlwinds at Murphy's alleys last night in three straight games and by a pinfall of 58. Ernest Belville, Alexander Anderson and J. W. Dickie left the city this morning for East Calais, where thev are engaged in the work of setting up memorial. : Special sale: Ladies' winter coats. These" have not been picked over. A ma jority of them delivered us Dec. 28 by American Express Co. Latest styles and colors and lowest prices. Sadlier, 10 Keith avenue. adv. New Year celebration, under the au spices of Clan Gordon, No. 2, O. 8. C, will be held in Uie Wortben hall Dec. 30 at 8 p. m. Refreshments and danc ing. Tickets may be had from the amusement committee. James Hogg, sec. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miles of Bos- ton have been passings week at the Red!llnm f TV nH Mrs. .T. W. Sfawurt of West street. . Miss Annie McCarthy of the Metro politan Insurance office left to-day for Lebanon, N. il.; for a visit over the New Year holidays. t All stores, members of the Barre Re tail Merchants' association, Inc.. will bo closed all day .Monday, Jan. 1, 1923, New i ear's day. adv. Friends of""7ohn Tagan, formerly em- ! ployed as a reporter on The Times1, j will be interested to learn that Mr. j Tagan is now with the Boston Post, Miss PJta M. Bcckley, who has been passing a few days at the home of ber father, F. I). Beckley, of Park street, returned this morning to East 'Hart ford, Conn., where she is employed.' John Esmlie, who recently returned to this city from New Haven, Conn., where he had been employed, has re ceived an assignment as brakeman on the Central Vermont and commenced his duties this morning. H. A. Kendall, chairman of the to-, boggan chute committee, reports ,that Miss Evangeline Galaise leaves on Sunday for Brighton, Mass.,' where she will enter St. Elizabeth's training school for nurses. Miss Marion Martin, clerk in the governor's ofllco, and Miss Margaret Roberts, assistant clerk, will termi nate their dutiea next week. Miss Martin has been in the office for over four years and a half. She started. work there the latter part of Gover nor Graham's term and was clerk dur ing Governor Clement's' and Governor Hartness' terms of .office. Misa Rob erts has been in the office over a year. I Governor Proctor will bring clerks fori the department from Proctor with him j when he takes office, it is iinderstood. Col. Ernest Gibson, secretary of civ il and military affairs, left yesterday for Windsor, where he will visit the state prison and then continue on to Springfield to see Governor .. James Hartness. Both, the governor and sec retary of civil and military affairs, will be in the city next Tuesday to at tend a meeting of the board of control. This will be the last meeting of this , body for this administration. The secretary of the board of char ities and probation has obtained ex ecutive warrants for the return to the state prison , at Windsor of f our per sons for violation of parole. ' A. G. Preble, deputy Are marshal, re ports that he arrested Frank Rollins of Newport Friday morning, charging him with attempting to bwr,i his build ings. It is understood that Rollins' wife claims that he offered her $400 some three weeks ago n ene would burn the buildings. This Is one-half the amount for which they are in sured. " - 1 . Leo Riley of Northfield, though only 14 years old, is the "oldest man" in Heaton hospital, having been in that institution for nearly aeven months with two fractures of his left leg. While riding a bicycle in Northfield on June 13 last,- he was struck by a Ford automobile. For the past month or two he has been able to propel him- Union Dry Goods Co. ServiceSatisfaction ' HAPPY J NEW YEAR. rir T- i 1923 HAS ALL THE PREDICTIONS OF A BIG YEARA-YEAR OF PROSPERITY-OUR WISH IS THAT YOU WILL GFT YOUR SHARE. . We wish to express our sincere appreciation of your kind patronagein the past and assure you of our desire to be of even greater service in the -coming year.; . ,.; Union Dry Goods Company it is ready for use this afternoon and f " rnd the halls of the hospital that sliding is excellent. rang of , " wbeel chair, making daily calls The Methodist people will gather for their annual New Years day supper at the church Monday at 5:30 p. m. We are expecting every family to come. The substantial are furnished by the ladies and pastor's union. Bring pies and cakes for dessert. A good time js anticipated. Enjoy a few hour of so cial fellowship with church friends.' About 20 members of the 1022 class of Spaulding hiked last evening to the Allen-Beck camp on the Montpelier road, where a eeneral reunion and workmen have been b'isy all morning putting on the final touches. , A. G. Kinsland, who has been em ployed as a salesman for the National on the patients in the male side of the hospital and traveling to the farther end of the building- as well. He is general favorite with the patients and nurses, and he attended the nurses BETHEL suits from a single tube radio receiving set which he installed recently. Miss Nellie " Blake is" home from teaching in liolden, E. A. Corbin, a prominent Royalton resident and retired farmer, is spend- H. H. Hkkok of Burlington, W. D. Brockway of Sfontpelier and C. E. Handera of Rutland were here on Wednesday, renresentine the insurance companies interested in the'losses by Ing the winter at the Bascom house. the fire of last week. An adjustment i Miss Elsie Snelling is home from Miid to be satisfactory to all the par- i teaching in Washington. ties was made. A. B. Lane of Barre i- . , . . . and C. J. White of this place were em- j XAKE OFF 67,000 REFUGEES, ployed as experts on the damages to i buildings. Mrs. Lillian Cady, admin-! fTom Biack Sea Part rwjne Past Biscuit company in this territory for i Christmas tree partr on Christmas the past month, left for his home in 'evening, although he had to leave early Kuriington tuts morning. He win be because of the hospital bed time rule. assigned to other territory with the . He is beginnnig to use crutches. , same company, and Mr. Burns, who formerly covered this territory, will resume his old place Jan. 2. In estimating the amount of busi ness done by the local postoffice, Post master Gorman atated this . morning that for the month ending Christmas, $7,000 had been taken in by the de partment on outgoing mail, which good time was held. Games and danc- makes a record. Ihe stamping ma iug occupied the greater part of the:"'" for cancelling letters and postals evening and a wienie roast followed. Miss Eva G. Smith of the Spaulding factulty acted as chaperone for the party. The nurses' dormitory at the Wash ington County sanatorium is so inade quately furnished that the . nurses in the institution have taken it upon themselves to endeavor to raise funds to buy furnishings, and they have de cided upon a sanatorium nurses' dance as a medium for raising the money. Thia dance will be held at the Quarry Bank hall on Wednesday evening, Jan. 10, and the dancing will be front 8 to 1 o'clock, with Carroll's orchestra fur nishing the music. A good time is planned and to helping tion to buy equipment for their dormi tory. , alone at the office showed a 'total of 74,880 for Dec. 21-22-23 and there were numerable larger envelopes aa well and all of the packages which had to be cancelled by hand. It was esti mated that, over 3,000 sacks of mail were taken' care of in four days be fore Christmas. About a doaeo of the annual re ports which are made to the governor have arrived at the ttate library from the printers. State Purchasing Agent George Carpenter erpecta to have most all of the reporta out before legisla ture convenes. The Cantilever hoe sold in this district by City Boot Shop, Montpelier, Vt. adv. , n SHALL BE THERE." VERMONT GETS $300,000. Yearly 0a Her Wild Life Products, tSayi Sheldon. jjoeion, itec. mi, At the session Declared Sarah Bernhardt, But Doctors Skeptical. Paris, Pec. 30 (By the Associated Press). Whether Sarah Bernhardt, who announced emphatically yester day that she "was far from beinir fin ished" and would return to her beloved stage next Wednesday, can persuade her physicians that' she is ready for the opening performance of "Uo Sujet De Koman seems problematical. The actress' collapse ia attributed to I overwork rather than to organic ail- ' f V.... . 1. U U .V. L.. ... . istratrix of the estate of her late hus- ISand, A. Lee Cady, will begin at once the restoration of the Cady block, which was damaged seriously. ' Mr. White will have charge of the work. Miss Lucy J. Washburn is home from her work in Montclair, N". J. Judge Arthur G, Whit-ham was here Thursday on a few civil court mat ters. Two Weeks, Athens, Dec, 30, (By the Associated ii-?bsij, American naval fonf-s, co operating with relief organizations, are rapidly reducing to a minimum the j Anatolian minority problem .now be in? discussed at Lausanne. Sivty-aeven thousand Greek and at the theatre here New Year's. A ( barked from Black sea ports during Daniel Lill.e Fvehef corps elected the vjsjon of thp iiear Klht reIi(f HnJ t,1( foriottinjr officers for the en-mng year protK.tion () American destrovcrs. at its recent, annual meetwr: I rest- Twenty tlwttrond refugee, have "been dent, Mrs. John Morse; senior vice- taken from Mediterranean ports., president, Mrs. Lewis F. Edmunds; I ,jrinj; the 'next ten days 18.000 junior vice-president, Mim Auie-moTt, vjil ieKve Black sea ports and VVhitcomb; treasurer. Mrs. . N. .Bar- kiwii) ili ho om harked at Mediler row; chaplain, Mrs. Julia Whitoomb; , ran ports. The total of the minor! .m(m.Iu. n( k v.. r.i..j trv Congress IL P. Sheldon, Vermont i " but lthuffh h" er .l -j :.: ' .v-., heart on resumine her work as soon as r,nA .nJ . lrr wowd i. .Ttwvt 1 vumraisHnmrr, mhi uu ... , . - . .... ... "ZJ u .kit. T Vf .I,. ;-! Vermont's yearly income from her wild f ;hT'n thinurj;- laud-b emh ! I lif V" at the preaent !L Vmii "t P luvt; ui nira.1., iibii inu lur n wulhivtu i . - 1 r Troubled With Weak Kidneys. ' "Have been troubled with weak kid neys since childhood, writes Mrs. li. Hyde, Be.nionia, Michigan. "Now past forty and have had terrible backache and that tired out feeling, hardly able to do my work. By using Foley Kid ney Pills accompanied with Foley Ca thartic Tablets I soon telt like a ne to $300,000 and urged that the state's wild life be preserved by adequate protection. SCIENCE CONFERENCE ENDS. With ( Few Sectional Gatherings at Cambridge. If I rest too long, I wouldn't live," Bernhardt asserted. She explained that she had promised Sacha Guitry, author of her new play, that she would be ready to act Wednesday eve ning. "I shall be there," she added. "You can bet on it. WEBSTERVILLE Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 30. A few sectional gatherings brought to a close to-day the annual meeting of the i Vitacraph's super-feature. "The person. Backache, rneumatic pains, : American Association lor toe Ad- bOn of allmeford, ' wiIU be presented dizziness and blurred vision are symp-, van cement of boence. Many of the : at the theatre here Aew lears A toms of kidney trouble. Foley Kidney i scientists spent the day in inspection j big ten-reel show. One show only at nils giv quick reiiei. tniia every-let educational institutions ana incus- 0:3O anarp. Aa miss ion, 13 and -o c. where. adv. I trial establishments In thia vicinity. I adv. i - . We Thank You for the patronage given us during the past year and trust we shall merit a con tinuance of the same. WE WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR Women of Mooseheart legion, Barre chapter. So. 498, held lta regular meet ing in K. of P. hall Thursday evening. , . m, , ... . uec. zi. in lonowing omcera were elected to serve for the year 1023. Mrs Hyde Reynolds, acting as grand in stalling officer, assisted by Mrs. James Murray, grand guide: Mrs. Attie Chris tie, senior regent; Mrs. Christina, Jcf fray, past senior regent; Mrs. James Boulh, junior regent; Mrs. Clyde Rev noldn, chaplain; Mrs. Inabella Hogg, treasurer; Mrs. iora Mekkelson. re corder; Mrs. Archie Allan, first guide; .Mr, t.miiy ioung, avrgus; Mr. Hef. mnn Hills, sentinel; Miss Catherine 1 Spcnce, frrand organist. ImmedUtWy auer ine inKtaiialmn. vetP .f thanks was gmn Mra. Kevnoldn and Mrs. Mur ray tor their excellent services. Next in order came a few welUhoeen pvbc. also words of welcome were extended to all tho present. A jkh ial hour aa then enjoyed, followed bv refreshments. The TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY SALESMAN WANTEO-lor frr. M-ri. prlKT n4 ficinttT : -r!kpi!t orvtnramtr for hiwtirr: ti to I'.S !,.- M MrCanhr. fnma lm w an4 to-morrow. :4tti Ft) R I A u- Hm fct uTir "i ! tor KLtr Uuk k ; U. uUvi, H If MM m oh- Aoni butj aenrtmlil now sec Ovcrland important' announcement' . guard. Mrs. Mary Quimby; conductor, Mr. Lillian Cadv. The appointed of ficers have not been announced. Before the last fall of snow the roads were rapidly resuming their con dition of three weeks ago before the first snow. . On Wednesday two of the rural mail carriers made their trips in wagons and two in sleighs. Mrs. H. E. Kidder of. CTielse and Mrs. B. H. Copeland of South Royalton were here Thursday. .Wesley Magivney was operated on for the removal of diseased tonsils at Dr. Creen'a sanatorium yesterday. He returned home a week ajro from his work at Karl Bo wen's and has been in poor health for several weeks Miss Lor a Chamberlain is with her grandfather, Albert X. Newell, during part of her vacation from studying at the Pouitney academy. The ladies' social union will hold its annual meeting Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 3, with Mm Abble Whitoomb. Mr nA Mrs. W. n. Brink were in Lebanon, X. H., Thursday to eeMrs. Roene Maxham, mother of Mrs. Brink, who is seriously ill. Miss Julia Magivney has returned home from R. E. Burnett's, where she had worked since September. IL Beckwith is getting good re- rcfujrees 000. has been estimated at 200,- "EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE." the Christmas Buying Throughout Country Beported. j Washington, D. C. Dec. 30,- Al though lacking definite figure, depart' I ment of commerce officials upRei t that the thristmas buying t,hk year was 'cxccptioniilly large." Department and other stores have reported sales among the largest in many years. The situation brought about by the heavy; Christmas buying was believed to presago an early resumption of whole-!, ' sale selling to refill the shelves emptied by the holiday trade. It may , mean , some official say, an earlier adjustment of pricea to new levels butf : . l . . 1. vn . Aak -V, 11, 4a V. .a ' calculations, none care to hazard a Mr guess aa to the trend. y TO "MODERNIZE" NAVY. Congress Will Be Asked to Take Up Work. Washington, D. C, Deo. 30. Con gress soon is to be asked for an appro- priation to "modernize" the navy, ad ministration feaderii aaid yesterday, w follow improvements adopted by the British and other navies. Loose Lear dooks Serviceable Quick in Operation OPENING No screws or keys ia turn, the lock releases instantly by moving the end levers. EXPANSION' A slight pull ex panda back 00 per cent. The sheets can then be easily in serted or removed. 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