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BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER, MONDAY, DECEMBER, 23, 1918.
PAGE FIVE BENNINGTON BRIEFS : BENNINGTON BRIEFS ' GAVE LIFE FOR HER PEOPLE them store. News of the Town and Village Briefly for Buty Readers , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Cunning are Ml of influenza. Useful ChrUtmaa .silt- see disuhivrd al tilt' New York Adv. Miss Ruth llurUe is ut homo fur the Ckristim-.s vacation from llr:iilt"oid jr(U'iiiy. Th. u)nirusi ilav of the v.r 1918 was Sunday. The winter season Kan in the morning l 10. 4-. Told News of the Town and Village Told Prttty Legend Concerning Maiden Briefly for Busy Readers to Frank Nolan l.an ;een called Cohoes by the death of a relative. Roy M. Paddock, who has been ill of intlurnza, has recovered and is out of doors. .K;-.s Dorothy Carver, who is attend ing school in Itiooklyn, is at home for !, the Christinas vacation. Worthy to Be Known as Indian Joan of Arc. be- I:i the t'rent northwestern country, between the tnielity Iiockles and the beautiful "n shades, are the mountains called the llmkleberrv future. They spreiitl tlu'ir urins comfortably Hbout j ihe many small mining (owns of Wash- ! inirton. A soldierly array of idne Kved W. Spear 1ms hern culled to .,h( tj,,uarai ks keep wntch over all the Spencer. .Mass., by the death of his ' itil.nl lttti.t of llnckleberrv rnnRe the j sister. Airs. Ceore Y. Itobmson. ,.,,,, fanlK.rSi mwt.n an(1 K. j Miss Florence Holden. assistant few native redskins still left. j I teacher ut the graded school, has re- A l;iree trile of ln.linns once lived , In these mountain, from the heights Mrs. Mary Adams, assistant ut the of which one ran look far over the ofllce of County Clerk Shakshoher, ve- blue hiize.c.f Idaho, view the pleamins: ported for duty this morning, having ( wide ribbon of the Columbia river, or recovered from an attack of influenza. ,.t. .n the white tips of the Canadian land are the guests .of .nor 1- ., , . ... Minn oi i.uu ,, , a taie is sioui iv tne ioiu or uucKie- l Spencer, Mass., where he was called ..... . ' ,, ., , ,,. , .hi. .ho ,i.,.h of Mr. rn n,.n.,..l,',r.v rW a'"'"! amas. the fulre-t tbe ' " - - j maid of this ancient Indian tribe. I'ur- Nct Sure It Was Crror. i n one i.'ii im I'.ih ip Y. A. C:i:nl ler wiis :idoc:ti!nu n tn in- libori.t b.-.v-i.i, of the purse strings, at-.! I t,ld h: audit tii-e tiittt several years ao he sent tiki article in. a paper, in which he :iii. "We pr;t,v too oui, mul work too little." The cotiipo-.it or. consciously or uticon fcioiisly, perpetrated a little Jol.e. tor when the Hfti'-le Hppea red it read, "We (lay too loud, and work too little." "I let It go at that," ail the bishop. "The' fact Is, 1 believe the printer was right, atirt I have never ventured to correct him.- The First National liank will be opeu Tuesday evening from 8.3" until S.riO to recem- u-, covered from an attack of Influenza. Dance at -Black Cat Man. c.trisimas uo nec. i4. Hurley's orcnesira mission 31 cents and war tax cent-. Mrs. Charles Kantor and son of Kut of Ad 4 Mr. and Mrs. Harry utreei. ' a mionhnne has been installed in home of Mrs. Nettie Hastings, do mestic nurse, of Union str:-et. Num ber 487-M. Mr and Mrs. Alexander Young left; this -morning for lloston where they; will eiiend Christmas at Mr. Young former home. Miss Eva Clark and Miss Anna Hog-, ers who have employment In town spent the week end at their home in Hooslck Kails. House slippers for .the whole family a large assortment, prices the lowest. See them at the New York store's shoe department. Adv. ; Mrs. Walter Stewart . and little, dauuhteiv Lois, went 'to MauchiKtr Saturday to stay at Mrs. Stewart's former until nfter New Year's. D. h. Jndd and family will not spend Christmas out. of town as previously planned as Mr. Judd hiss had the misfortune to contract the influenza. . Coming to the llarte Theatre tomor row the great Select star Clara Kim-j hall Young In her latest screen pro duction "The Savage Woman." I'athe News and II. S. War film. Adv. The funeral of Mrs. Nancy Papers was held Sunday at U'.::o from her late home on the North Renninslon road, Itev. (1. K. Cudy of South Slu-.tt;; bury officiated and Interment was in the cemetery at South Shut'tstiry. Miss Francis Levm arrived home Saturday from St. Johnsbury to spend the holiday recess with her parent-.. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Levin or .North t treet Place Confidence in Soil. Confidence in the soil toe; t:s tuip h for K'ood farming. If yoti believe yur Will will respond to good tili;ti i; are apt to tru( it to that. If yu be lieve your soil will pay for extra In vestment In lime, drainage and fer tilizer ott ate likely to make the greater investment. But after all it Is 8?lf-ronndeitce, for the soil will do Just what you let It in the way of production. Pretty Chinese Le;?rd. Canton is one of thi' i ldest cfie lit Chin:'. Aceonlitii; to Chinese tnn'.i tl 'ii. It v,:,s in lAlstcmv i., of.- than tlivtt thoi'siiml jcttrs n-'o. when it was .isiied by five i"i!ir. bei.igs, I'tldl iii"t:i:i.d on a huge ram an.l carrying ri ".r or corn, wh priitiouac-'ti their Hi -.-lug on the spot r.iid prayed Hint H i lai.iii.e should ever visit, i'. 15e cutise of Ihi.s the city is mulct Hues re i'eirt'l 1" ill l'!lil;ce ciussiis as the "City of Hams" or jhe "City of Cenii or Angel.-.". ' ' " Oectroyc Plant Worms. Worms mi;y be killed .In 3"" of pH'ed pltinis bj1 taking n dozen horse chesiutits and pouring over them two (imirts or hot wiiter. Let stand over night itr.d with this water thoroughly Rat unite Ihe earth In the jars. It will not injure the plants, but the worms will he dead In n few hours. Call Up 4! FOR YOUR Coal, Wood and Kindling CANNEL AM) BUCKWHRAT COAL Heavy and Light Trucking Baggage Transfer Henry M. Tufilc Coi ns Uepot St. ' - - - i 1k Laurence (Iriswohl, a photographer with the aviation corps, who is at tending the government school 'at Ithaca, N. Y., arrived here this morn inf; on a leave of 13 (lays. Itt one of the many forest fires of the region, when the entire range j seemed threatened with destruction.! Words Often Mi this Indian Joan of Arc gathered in j The most frequently her arms oiue little pink and white '.words In the riewspnpors are i ""7 r-!"wy vy e.y y rr r '?trw ."STTf aw. u ntfrm-ai, ": ."TT i mi t,a i ii''m.V i'a-i i .,- 11 j.. m.i.VJ A PAIN REMEDY Prepared for Family Use way's y !Jlf Baa 50c m For SeTtnty Year tail Tried tad True INTERNALLY for All Dru&bti EXTERNALLY for Spmim LumVn:" Crani,iin .vk Brui.e Sortlhwtni,rr1l.ji Nervon.ita Neuralgia C'Uitt Hrllnirn Sour Ubenmiit'm at )!",1ir'h. mc SeUllif T'thwli InaigeMiua l.lnrh BADW.VY & CO., "JOS Cetrr .St.. New York tlowers and disappeared down the winding trail. She went to the very edge of the tire, where the dried grasses hissed and sizzled with the thime and the , blazing pines stretched out ecorchlnj; lingers toward her and the dainty peace offering. Thenthe legend says the (Ireat Spirit was appeased and sheets of rain hid the brave Indian litttid from the view of her people. Never more was Cumus seeu by her tribe, hut every spring since then the 'strange little pink and white flowers have covered the wide mountains of : Huckleberry range. In honor of the litdiuu girl the blossom Is called the t'amas flower. accord Ing to u sharp, patient v.ttcher: "Haled," as In Iriie sentence "haled In ti court" if Is often spelled "hailed" ; and "Identify," widen curiously enough In Instance after Instance Is spelled "lndentlfy": the third Is "ecstasy," which Is often spelled "ectacy". or "ecstacy." t T",'t o art Tlieatre locioty- its nre. accord IJa . . Literary Realism. ', Hubert I'.ooke, exposing the folly of A : those complaining that the lilitibethan tfrnuui Is coarse, remarked: "Their I wail that Its realism Is mingled with i Indecency Is more than thrice repented. True literary realism, they think, is a fearless reproduction of what real llv ling men si.y When there is a clergy i man In the room." LWou Herald. CLAIM BLOOD OF ROMANS :wmwr-r 1 i mm Fertilizers Close at Hand Tuarcgs of the Sahara the Sahara Deert Are Supposed to Be Descended From Once World Rulers. Peruvian farmers enjoy rare oppor tunities to fertilize their lands. Off the coast of I'cni Is a group of Islands containing pin tin deposits that form & Trainable fertilizer for tlie soil on WORLD PICTURES present Carlyle Blackwell Evelyn Greely lis The Msi I France 99 A JUG 7 KEEL PRODUCTION A wonderful picture, a, soul-stirring, patriotic knockout, staged against' the- back ground of a huge present day American ship yard. and "TOSSED IN THE TORRENT." Chapter No. 7 of the great western serial,' '"HANDS UP," featuring RUTH ROLAND. TOMORROW CLARA KIMBALL YOUMJ in NEWS and U. S. WAR FILM. "THE SAVAGE WOMAN,, PATHE COMING CHRISTMAS The one and only CHARLIE CAPLIN in his second million lar picture ' SHOULDER ARMS." Don't miss it. dol- l 'O it .M ' SS I ( i N K I :.S' X UT 1 1 ' i : i:sr !i: ! j iron The orlpnui t;as-maslied coid of Ihe world are the Tuareg of the Sn- . Mch sugar caao Is grown hara deserta strance race, supposed j ; ' , f to be deseeuded from the Kotiian col- j . unlets of North Africa and the Arabs t who carried tlie standard of Moham- j med Into the wilderness 1,'JOo years n'o. An Immense und almost unknown The t'lulcrsij;:!! it. Iiuviiig lioi'ii ue ioliit(I liv tlir I tonoralil'1 l'roli;it' I'ourt for tle liistiict of llciinint toll. Miss Levin Is a Student at the Cii.M.M I.SSIO.VKKS. io r.ceiM-. examine. , . , i-nivorutv unit for the nast i,,,' jn s( tin- l;iims ami demiinds of ermont Lniversnv and tor ine pasi ;1 w anamst the st.4te of .la.ob 4 a M.nnlf.1 nOD HQn Ullllllllllllll 1. .. .. . . t ..... I I.;.. lU nr.cnn a r. iihiiiiii. one 01 I . 1 1 1 m K ' nil. Ill o.liu ion- . . , I... t,A Tn.irucro a teacher in French, In the St. Johns- tri.t. .i.-.-eiu-o,!. an.t ait elm mi exhibited i ' ul,lrJ ,s lltl(l tI,e l"-rcgs, a I , , in offset thereto, hereby nive notice fierce tl,'htInB people, who rnn'e Oil llliry acautlllj. Mt We will teen for the puriiose 1 .if. ....j, ,, ii-nH, , Tlmloif The bowling alleys o: the . M. C. Hfoiesal(i. m the ottiee of Fillmore ! MX lrt r'"t'i!' nxttu Algeria to limhu.. k ltit nnt suffer '-erious damasie from' FainiH In the town of r.eii nttiKlon In too. Tales ure told of white-walled ' , , ... . , ,i., ,. said liHtiiit. mi the eth day of Ji me lire ami nave in:ni in luiwuns (Hy ),), .,,,,1 ,ii(y iler for some time. ' These alleys are fn,m n , i, k A. .i M., nil ea'-h ot sain ilavs alio nun nix months f fe ni -1 1 1 ''l ilny of L(eemler. A. II. I'.il.l is Ihe time limited by Hfilil I'ouil for tnii rieditors to irenent their i hums lo us for i-xaroinatioii and Hllci HIH'e. liHted at I'.ennltiuton. V't . this 20 open to thi public for individual sanies or tournaments. Ilowiins costs 10 cents a same with half rate to members. -Likewise thn baths and tlomritorlos are "for .public use. A allU- i lrl,.! Ill III.. Tlt.no,. n-lth t... tiniil I o'clock P. ! m.'in flu tters, circuses end baths still iitinvnr Wl Iirnflttlin'' I him'vlth rttiT" of I eeem Iler," A. It I:1K . ,...... .... .... '. T. plenty of hot water toel and soap for 25 cents. Adv. niJKTTKLL, WAKIiKN. ('nnimissloner Parh Q. Pollard Co. LAY or v F HkS THE Kl" K that makc3 hens lay. GET BUSlf Lav or POULTR THEY CA?4T LOF Itust and they don't Hust. It's II. W. MYERS L SOri WIG. OIHce & Yard Foot School St. IMioae 350 or 190 Mainline; ns the Unmans left them, und tmiv the haunt of the Tuareg tribesmen. ' The mystery that surrounds th ' Tuarei;s Is doubled by their custom of : always going masked. A mask of while or black cloth covers the mouth n ud nostrils, ami, so the Timr say. , i protects them from the dust iiud windblown sand of the desert, from the poisonous vapor j of the Niger val- : leys, and, no doubt, from the disease "ertits which float so freely In the j tilthy towns of Africa. Certain It Is that infectious diseases ravngo other North African people, whllo the Tua- i re's maintain inaguillccut health from year to year. Few travelers have ever i seen the Tuares unmasked. Those who have decline that they are as j white as tiny Kuropeans, and decidedly handsome, their pale skius doubtless j being largely due to the mask which i keeps oft' the burning sun. ! immnaauiua Keep Your Pledge Buy W. S. S. SMil We consider thosi? .some of the most .shirt values we've had occasion to offer. Great Vanes important They are made from serviceable fabrics in neat, attractive stripes in a line variety of distinctive color tones. And they'll stand the "rub of the tub' tor than the average shirts. much lid- The Hathaway Shirt at $3,50 ' - Thoughti In Music. , A girl, artistic to her very flnj;er tips. had been "learning to play the piano" for six years, und had come to hate music. She was a victim of the prevalent mechanical mode of leaching. On being questioned, she admitted thut there was one thing ' (hat interested her-a tune written by ! herself. "I loved to do It, and I can sing it." Here she had used her own I Initiative, and the exercise of It hail made her luippy. "Teachers will lind : that all children are Interested In thinking mu!c, and thut. the Interest j grows where otherwise It is apt to Hag." The value of folksongs Is dl- 1 lated on, and the author has found that boys llhe the Wagner motives, some of which are as simple as folksongs. M li Mm Wm . blism ...i.. - ii. f inw iiLi.i-1 .- in... iii m w ! rt i " m.ni '. 1 1 El MAKE THIS A YEAS OF SENSIBLE GIFTS is one of Hip best Shirt Values todav. Burt ros. IknninKton Vermont The Greyhound. The greyhound whs first used ns n good producer for Its owners. It wiis necessary to have a dog that ' could run fast to capture minimis fo food, when weapon were In their Infancy. There was no scale of points nor any tvplcul lines on which this dog vn bred. As n matter of fact utility wns the fotimhitlon of nil the great breeds of greyhounds. A wide-cheated, straight-shouldered, slack-lolneil, poor ipiartered dog Is ntiiible to run fast and n dog that had those faults exiiihl not do what the greyhound does. And that Is the ritison why some form "f greyhound can be traced back as far lis we have anv dog Id-lory. for Men MEN'S I'AN'CY DKESS SHIRTS All new nat terns with or without collars &. to SI. 95 MEN'S SILK LISLE HOSE An extra duality in all colors, reinforced heel and toe Special 3."C pair .MEN'S UEEFEIl MUFFLERS Fibre and silk stripes, al so plain colors GDv to S2.50 CENT'S LINED (JLOVES Dresr.V, fleece lined c;love in r.roun, a sensible jrilt SI." 4 . nan- Early Prohibition in England. Prohibition under stress of nece-s'ly does not tir-l make Its appearance Auicrlcii. I'liiglnud before now hm siibniltted to p. In the years of mur rain and famine during the reign of I'M n rd III, when the poor stole "lalie dogges to eat." when "theoves tint I were In prison did pluck lu pbces those that were newly brought amongst them, and greedily devoured litem hnlfe nllve," then we had prohibition. The king forbade all mulling of corn for ale making, and so, we are odd, gt'eatlv relieved the national distress. --LMon Chronicle. Undercnusiins lor Dainty fails MFSLIN (JOWNS In beautiful lace and cm broidd'V tri.iimed. stripes, or to sj.or MUSLIN SKIRTS v. it h deep ruf'.le of liand some embroidery 05c to S2.0S SILK CAMISOLES In lli'sh color, appro priaie for jfift.s G5C and SI. 00 CORSET COVERS (lood s'-lect one - I5c and up Hiiil Waists and Gloves lor dills LAWN SHIRT WAISTS The lalo.-t models in hol- lV IiOaCS Sl.25 each NEW MODEL WAISTS Jap silk, crepe do chine $2.00 and Sli.J5 LADIES' WASHABLE (i LOVES These are exceptionally line l lie new colors SI. GO. SI. OS. S2.125 ladies' flannel lom; kimonos Neat -patterns. new t.tvles, a very acceptable U"1 .SI. 00 to .S12.50 Ualts Ht-bes fur Gills 1 1 v them for men. w- nien and children l'rices always the lowest lhr5tmas Hosiery A (.lf T THAT NEV VM FAILS TO F LEASE I'"or men. children women an 1 FLANNEL (JOWNS An appropriate irift SI. 15 to SL5.50 UMBRELLAS AN AC CEl'TAHLE (J1FT The latest iiandles. lanre assortment for men. wo men and children .MEN'S SILK NECKWEAR The best patterns in wide liowinu end ties, pretty color combinations at 25c. 50c. 75c SI. 00 MEN'S HOLIDAY SUS PENDERS Fancy suspenders in litfhl and darl; cdors, eacn put in hox 15c 55c MEN'S SUITS OVEUCOATS MACKINAWS SHEEP LINED COATS AT LOWEST PRICES WOOL (JLOVES AND MITTENS AND HOSIERY HOLIDAY APRONS Aprons with or without bibs, bungalow aprons, tea ai irons A very acceptable iritt 20c to SI. (JO A PAIR OF SLIPPERS IS A VERY ACCEPTABLE (ilFT AM,., t- v Ta'i and black slippers made with leather soles and heels. Everett and Romeo styles, also in ens comfy slippers 70c to SI. 05 SEE THE BEAUTIFUL DOLLS Law assortment of character (lolls, baby dolls, unbreakable dulls. The prices are always the l;- cst . 2,"c to S2. WOMEN'S FELT .IULIETTES In iriw. wine. red. black trreen with leather soles and heels, ribbon or pom pom trim ming Sl.-1 WOMEN'S "COMFY" SLIPPERS Pink, old rose, blue, p.rey. tan or red. Specials S1.I5. S1.G5. S1.S5 XMAS GIFTS AT THE BOYS' ."AND GIRLS' DEPT. BOYS' AND (ilULK' HOCKEY CAPS C5c Ladies9 Handkcrclilcls for Gifts with colored and white embroidered corners, packed ', in a fancy Christmas box 25c BOYS' AND (ilRLS OVERSEA HATS (ilRLS' HEAVY. NEAT PLAID DRESSES. A(JES S TO 1 1 (iirls' (;im;iiam dresses 1.00 c en yrf.Oo St. 00 handkerchiefs ... . .... :;r;tdes with white or colored honn aiv.l .-.cmbroid- The li!its cry, ' j dozen in a ( nrislmas pox 50c and 7.": M Our Shoe D New styles in Lsulirs' Shoes -LarRe assortment of .ChiMrens Pill and Hoys' Slioes Men's Work Shoes andDrrj-s Fhocs Trices lower tlian elsewhere. Did U Ever Occur to You That ' A k'lrl ciin bo O'rrililv lorunrd niiU i. MARGOLIN & SON, 109 Norlli Slrcc!, Genninglon, VI. OPKN KVKNINfiS ' TeI.t7LM B?i -A n f UU t oflt a iLreet car bacltwartlj w I