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CLgt grata Man Wif-mii". ttrnvW-rlWKittvt- "t mm VOL. XXXVI.NO. 52 KKATTLEBOKO. VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMRER 2D, 1911 lUunrmer $1.50 A YEAR, 5c A COPY Aniuscmcnls. AUDITORIUM Grand Wrestling Bout I Monday Evening, Jan. 1 at 8.15 in. Wauled J ANT D-A Mrwmal attendant. i jii . W Charles 8. t,2 !l- At ,iiiii uimhI rami to run do.il.le- .-.li ,r In saw. mill Hold i Martin. 4!.tf WANT ID-Cauaiila woman for general house idi lo w. hum guuil wave, will be osid KlllryU' Haskina. w VV'ANI '-U l-'.veryone in town having on. or ' in- i rimi tn rent, elll.or with or without Nwird, M wnd brief dcacrintlon of the morn., wilh .r e to the Secretary uf tha Hoard uf Trail. I here II I no charge whatever. ll-i For Sale POR SU.K-Twoeoal .fovea. K. I-araon. On 1 ,e,..ilie. Jl-K1 to tM ? ALE-Klx room h"uao and bath; lama lr:. of land. 4 Crosby St. W t.VII .vLK 'ami TO KENT placard, at the Re. l r.n ner office in cents each. Uf HA V FOR BALE -Loose or baled fur cash only. , II ushtou Karm. Putney. Vt. st Ifoii .-AI.K-l'hester white nigs at Dr. Hniiitl t... afn.m. tiuilfi.rd.T.I 17-24. if t)K AI.E- Furniture and Kanges, both new anJ second-hand, at J. U. Ilunton'.. Iltf t'VH SAI.E-Hcmlorlc hoarda. plank and builillng tin ber. belittle liale. liuillord. Vt. iM.f t,)lt SALE-Ootlane house. rooms and barn, 2 ni, building-lot. Uavid Clougb, W S. Main lino sll.l.'. 4 In, nair oxen, li years old: good T ......Lr. i:., A Mill. K F. I). 1. Marl Uro, Vi. LtyhfrALE-Ow fat ox. one (iuernaey bull and T pa r of 8-ear-nld Mnri, Thayer prolheia. George Bailey vt. s Sandy McLeod Best two in three falls t '" ... , m .. .a ka avrv .iitiliftcalii)n ,o."S i-:,UThi.-will b, ... o,r M.nTy for BratllelK.ro mat-fan. to up hi. runce. ainat Hanson at their whic h their manager" hope to br n', .'"'' "; ?KITZ HANSON will also wrmtle, tht name of his opponent tu be announced later. AUDITORIUM Matinee and Night Saturday, Jan. 6, 1912 JOHN W. VOGEL'S BIG CITY rllNSTRELS THE ONE That Has "Stood The Test" DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS: GRAND STREET PARADE AT NOON : -po i.kt-w. room .nd board t-i 1''H)RS.1.E-Lishlharns, Portland aleigh and t., heavy robes; will exchange for worni. E. V.aw. lH Hirge St. I MR SAI.E-To aettle an estate, two good build inir lota. One on South Main atreet Incar l...lrnfj It. I'rllrtt. tf IA)K S ALE-Kour rjtey organa and one auare r Mc Phail piano: alao two upright planoa of i..l. I. H H.rlr Kctting Hloik. 'Jtf F'OR SALE-Clirap. tirat-eloaa portable mill, with every muipment ready for buai 1 neaa. C. Hit.-hrKk, Turnera r'alla. Mnaa M-M POK SA1.E-AII kinda of aleigha and ak'da: two 1 roupeaon runnera and some expreaa rlruih. good tu carry achotara to achool. Charles Miner, u . i s.ni, F,,ni. tli :I17. 5"-"2 HAVE YOU MONEY IN BANKS OUTSIDE OF THE STATE OF VERMONT? IT IS TAXABLE Why not allow the BRATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY U tiausft r it for you to a Hank within the State 1 Vermont.' This can l.e done without expense "i loss of inteiest the first ten days of January. The BRATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY Guarantees 4v' on Savings Deposits CENTRE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH REV. ROY M. IIOUOIITON, Pastoh. Sunday enices, Deo. 31. Km .. in.. I.lvine Worahip. Sermon by Knv. John M Thomaa, I). !.. I'roaidentof Mkldlcbur, College. 11.4'. a. m., Sunday School. The Brotherhood Claaa will diiuTuaa: ... .. "Orgamzt'd Labor Strikv 7 i. p. m.. Le't..re by Dr. Thomaa. Subjfct: The Spirit of Old Vermont Thia evening IKridavl at 7.30. IVvotlonal Service: 8ubjKt. "The l'romine of the Years' leader. Deacon J. G. Stafford. Everyone welcomt to l! theae wrviiea. DEATH OF FIRST SELECTMAN CALVIN End Came Tuesday in Memorial Hospital. A CAREER OF PUBLIC SERVICE Ilia Lll in Brattlcboro Had Been Close ly Identified With the Town'i Prog ressDeath Followed an Operation Which Revealed Growth. Mill d'alviii. ,"i7. -1 1 it i 1 1. 1 .1 li (if ISl.lUli' Iiiiio'h lii.inl of M-iii tnn n ntnl f'.r ovi r 'JT tiaiH lnly iilfhliliiil with tin- puMir iili- of the ii.wn. .lied at '.l.'iO Tmila) I ii itiii in tin- Mi'iiiorial liiKiilal. 'i'lu' iiiiinnlialt' raiifi- of drat It w aa 1 1- i li'inc fo'lovuni; nn oicralion af-rl l . i .- I l.v I'r. Main iiv liicliai.lBon of iionloti tu lylime jaiitiilii e laiiHiil l.v a ranroioiw romlilioii ol tin- .api.i'.iN. Mr. tialvin liiul l.i'i'ti ii iiikm Ik Mi ainro rally in tin" fall alllioilnh in- attiS ed to Iin niiaiiiiiM ilittiri ri'llil Lil ly until ix wivka aw today whi n on tlir lulviie of liin phyai. -inn lie li-li;t'iiiiinil t I lo.iiiiin at liomc until liia condition allowed , it:n of impiovcini'iit. lliillns at tiial I i i.. i... ..!,: limn ' l . 111 it"'i'i'H i.i. 'i. " . ....... ,i liilioiM ult.uk. lull ulii'ii it (lid not rc i-pond to tlie iimiiiI tiratincnt Ilia family Ivali il iiioio mTioii" tni.il.lr. TI.I'.h- wii-ka iiitu a n.iifciiltalion of plivsiiians wi l.clil i i. .....I 1 1 1 ....... I. 1 1,..,.. no-i mi - -1 " i ii i .-ii mi. I-. "i. ...... I waa a liglit ilifli-tcii.c of iipinioii a I" it" iimiu-ili.it,. mid. On 'i'liinailay of l.o-t wi-k 1' Sl.K SAKE CjoI Irn aable and white Scotch col lie puppiea. farm bnd, 10.(J each. Parent. I : i ...t.k ... B),uf ...tintM anil iroM diftlio- iaition. Ca'ah, atampa. Waller M. Murphy. Prat. k-boro. Vt. ; 5idL i FOR S AI.E-Several pair extra good horaes rang- . Ing in weight from 2IIKI to ii'JoO. at pricea from ! j:!.)0 to J'ilK). Several good general purpoae horae. , from $7.'- up. Hard wood and alab wood for aale j V. A. l.arrliw. Stable. 1 High St. Tel. 32S-R 42l( I To Rent 15 So. Main r2' Special Bargain Matinee CHILDREN 10c, ADULTS 25c j AE. . i rii.i i. A yt, !- olil'.NT Automobile .torage. W. E. Bartlett. Ti l. 3M-M. i -1 u lMN I -Looanc iiwuw, v... 1 t M Anirier Nissht Prices, 25c, 50c and 75c Sale opens Thursday, Jan. 4 ! For Immediate Sale Would you like to own a j Boarding and Lodging House Business TO liKNT-Storageln a good barn, alao ata a. : Vi. H. Shumway. 4i" rlTU Kr.I lmoucrn ui-miiiin " iw... ..... - 1 f ;,. ,rge Danyew, 95 Elliot St. 4'" FOR SALE-Cheap. lady a fur-lined coat. Ad d roaa T. H., Reformer ortice. SOW TO ItENT-Tenement, 7 Orgnn St. Inquire of Mr. S F. Koater. 4 Walnut St. o2tf ENROLL NOW FOR JANUARY 1st A Course in this institution is not an expenditure it is an investment. CLAWSON-IIAMILTON COLLEGE, INC. Krnltlfbitrti, Vrmonl i. in,,.,-.! i w,,wrmmnismgjm POWER PLANT PUT OUT OF RUSINESS ji.in.il in 1M'7. In ls!K Ii.- ... . .u f raiigvr imd wiia il.-.-t.-d alalo vin -.lu.-f latikt. r at tin- iiiM'liiiir f tl'.- ",'',' 1 111 M, .l..linl.i.iy tin- an in. y.-f- It""' I'.Hil 07 I"' Mli "I"''' li'l'ii. '' " una .liiiink' Mr. (i.ilun'a H.lniiiiitrati"ii tin- li.-ail of tin- onl.-l- in Vi-i" t ll.iif a 1.1. ill Mill Willi i-xH-li.ii..-'l. I'l Ii"' . v.-ara llint lie "l"'"' 1 1"' ' '""' r" iiulvin viailed all i"f the rnni-lr. ol the .lute ninl ill an ilmnil malf a wide ci.iaiitaii.-e. At tlie i-oini-i.lion of the National t.-.l.-iu lion of Catholic anii.ti.a ill Cliirago in !Hi Mi-, (ialvin i-li-cl.il ii.i-iiil.i-r l I he eM-. ntive i-oiiiinitti-e aiul In hl the po aition until l!MCi. l.-in h--!.-ct.d lit tin-i-otivi-tit mil h.-ld at Atlantic ('it v. H ,' a inc.iil.i-r of l-o council, N". I7. hiniihta of Coluinl.il". though he joined the older in iie.-nlicll, Mnaa, prior to the inatitii t nin ol the local in.ini il. In l'-KKl when the lti.il I l.-l.oi-ii lioai.1 of trade wan organii-d Mr. (ialvin l-aine u iiwihIht of the in mnatice committee ami Inter the chairman of the commit t.v. At the tune f hia il.-atli he a ovi-iwer "f the liiair. Ilc.lilra III" wife lie leavi-a a Mill. .Ii.hll K. (Jalvin. unit four .laiiglit.-ix, Mia- Kathetine M.. Agu.-a K., Anna I)., and Mayaie K.. all of whom made their h.n with their jian-nta on Walnut atii-. t. .Mi Mavaie tialvin i a violin utiideiit nt tlie New Kriglatiil Coiiwrvntory f Munc. He ia iiImi auiviveil l.v a ai.t.-r. Miaa .Iiiha tialvin of Hartford. Conn., the only mem-U-r of the family of IKi.nia tialvin now livinii; h aial.-r in law. Mm. .Iiwephine IKer of Mnlill.-lilllV, nml a nephew, D.-n- ai (inlviii. ula.. of Mi.l.ll.l.uiy. e.l. When it waa seen at.oui a o ..... . ...iu : ...... ..f I ...... i - . liiaiiiicieBt.il iiii.iie M-ni.e w .ii,,. niornint; tnat tne ug u-inraua the chief charactelistuH c.f .lohn -alv' , , t , w within few hours M lile in thia town. Urn loyalty to Unit tie-1 "Ht nm ,,ow" . E , horn and la la f in l.er future were i.nceaa- ri.njretneiitH were made with the tauey inir. and tin- g.-nerotm ini-aauie of tune, rjmn roinpiiny and the steam plant in thoiiulit and ellort which-lie gave to ; tJmt factory was started and current olut.on of public, .pieationa wiu. .'"M'"' I npwflf with which to o,.erate the' hv motives amn-re ho they weie in- (- " ,:Mi. ,,..,, for tba wdiiah. None of thoae who had o-.-aioti . trolley road and furnmh current lor tne ... . i. ii... ,.,ii. I.i,,, on niiiiti-ra of town or i:.. t, :,.., ..ir,.nit thrnuehout the villnee. ullage policv ever for one moment doubted . . i..,.,,., .,nnt is not of sufficient .1... I ...'..f l.;- lu.li...'d II.. iv:m II man-I 1 .. . . .L. 1 lie niiii'P.it ,.1 itm " - -- Anchor Ice Tics up Vernon Dam and Handicaps Local Power Users No Motors Running This Morning. The liili wind which begun yester day n.iciH and continued till niht with, a Midden full in the temperature put the bit; hydro electric plant of the Con nect ictit River Power company lit Ver non out of commission about 4 o'clock this morn iili;, the formation of anchor ico about the entrance to the wheels sliuttinif off tl' water. Shortly after il o'clock lust eveninjf the West Hum- rstou plant of the Twin State Caa i Klectrie company shut down as tha ice formed on the racks above the water whet, faster than a cant; of men could clear it away. When this source of cur rent was rut oft" the Twin State com pany called upon the Connecticut River I'ower company and received a sufficient supply of juice to accommodate iti Unlit niitrnna nml keen the streets litiht- When it was seen ai.out a o cioca i.. n ntufianii . "in- in tlu own hikI at tlioir rloso haihoivii no .Twin ... ,. - ii- i .: .....If ..... I ill n-ruii. in" 'i nii"s I of l.iattlt ltni. frniut ntly lotvtil Imn to un MtfuCn ntiitHlHV fl only 100 horee- ,vower can be jseuemted there while it requires about 250 horsepower to supply .i... ,...,... .. n-n t in this vuiaL-e. n I I in a progressive, growing town oi some thing less than 10,000 people-a busi ness that is showing a good profit row and is sure to improve? If so, address by letter, R. A., care Reformer office, Bratflebcro, lit. TO RENT A 6-room cottage, alao amall tene-mi-nt. MiaaM J. Putnam. 22 Proapect St. 61tf ,1,..... c:... 0t- hranil new. thor- I- oughly up to date. Apply to Horton j Agency. TO RENT 6 room tenement, furnace and electric hghla. 11 Washington Street- Inquire 6 1 roe pectSt. 4'" T- 0 RENT Five-room tenement 1st floor, hot water and bath. No. 1 Walker Place. Inquire I.U ll'WI. JOHN I1AI.V1N. FOR SALE Hinsdale and Brattlcboro Stage Route I wish to sell my Stage Route between Hlnadjle and Brattleboro. consiating of one pair of horses, weight 2200: one three-seated wagon with cover ice fourtaeated aleigh. all in good condition whh harne.se. and robes, etc. A good paying busm. Mv reason, for selling will be stattd to any party interested. JOHN P. DAVENPORT, ! Canal St.. Hinsdale, N. H. Hardand Softwood Stove lengths and a lot of soft slab wood. It is all prepared for the ' stove in one-foot lengths. Also some heavy, serviceable work horses. H.C.CLARK. Brattleboro TO RENT-(Good tor light manufacturing) Rooms, all aizes. at IS, $12 and 2ii per month, steam heated, one flight down from Elliot atreet H. L. EmerBon. 10 RENT A large sunny, steam-heated room, with board, In a pleasant house within eaay distance of the post-ollice. A gentleman and wire preferred. Address J" Reformer othce. 5"tf Special Notices f OST-Brown fur muff. office. Miss Fox, Reformer 62tf 0 iRDER "Sweep-Vac" cleaner, of F. A. WmkJ- l...u iin h hot .-sr. w' LOST-Tan color hound, no name on collar, C. R; Uol.,n Mt. Hermon. Mass. ol-ia OST-On Main St. Thursday afternoon, a pair ot KIO giovea. riemni w SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES and .uppliea for all makes of machines at J. B. Dunton s i rio. ci litt SAM ZAR. 2 .Reed St.. buys rags, metals, ruo bers. papers; cash or trade. Highest prices. ..n . -ni nrl I will call. 40tt NOTICE Hate your Colts Educated to be Kind and Fearless I know the horse. My method is truly b""? Natural aptitude in this direction and the expen ence of twenty years as a trainer have give n me an insight into the character of the horse such as few if any men, I honestly believe, have ever Pos sessed. I can teach a horse and cureit of dm habits. Horses boarded and kept in good con 11 tion. one week or longer. Write or call for intor niation. j. o. Smith, W. Chcstcrlicld, N. H. Telephone Connections. 43-46'tf Main St, Brattleboro, Vt. CH AMPOOING. manicuring, facial massage and scalp treaimenis. iy ..vu........... j-- home, evenings a.id Saturday afternoons. Mir. Annie M. Cain, 28 Birge St. Tel. 4b4-W. 5itf Large Assortment TRUSSES i Fitting a Specialty F, H. H0LDEN'$ PHARMACY 64 Main Street FU RS-Made and repaired. Special attention to coats. Hour, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mrs. E. p u...m.. 07 firn St. Tel. 10. ,ltf MRS. J. M. SHAW will be at the Rest room. Thursday of each week, to take and deliver . . , I Bbln fttw mrmnntB. worK on repairing aim iii-.. . 41.8'tf nn..nm,.i.,r. vTC-lir i'l. .Ann Pitir hrnnm.. Guar- SUMCiinirHu lien - - . anteed to outwear four ordinary broom., wj cents each. Agents wanted. W. G. I AM PAYING Highest Cash Price, for rags, rub h.ra. metal., hides, .kins, and bones. 22 Flat St., M.CASS, Brattleboro, Vt Tel. Office 576-M. Res. 133-K. nn vnn ccci A? SflFF AROIIT UU IUU ILbk nw wni m - - the future of your family as you would if you ... - - - Hnnth. we were bound by contract to pay them a certain number of thousand dollars, with a further agreement that if you lived, you should have the money yourself .' This Ib a practical view of our insurance Nation . r i rA hlnnt.nelier. Vt. (Mutual). H. E. TAYLOR SON. General Agents) Crosby Blk.. Brattleboro. Vt, A Happy New Year Will Be Yours If you will take our advice irfL will solve the problem for you. Her. is one-Two tenement house, Ave room- each, large garden, go-. I street, cement, aide- walks, three minutes from car line. .T"w. i a .itt .,th,.r-Two.tenemcnthoU out of the village limits, each tenement rented. This A"d Pa,."en per nt gon ov" KI. WW .ell for that amount How is thi. -Cottage house and large garden on good atreet. SUM. CAEE OF ESTATES. RENTS COLLECTED. S. W. Edgctt & Co., E.te.a'e Brattleboro, Vermont n.-s wav. but pel wind consideration., were the power e.r.... .u of HHonilim iuipoHan.-e to him in the -s- tnkes about 60 horsepower to run tne i.,,nc...l of miv caiiai- tii-itainiiig to the public ,..ii.. .,i ,i tin. Twin State company g.l. Hi years of service a ...li fiin. his 0,i,,ea to shut off the current for later work as chii.i man ot the, board ol ""!- 1 . limiufaeturinK H-l.-itnu-n had given him an intelligent motors in the various mauutdeiur.DK (ita.p of illaxc and town matters and mail.- ,,l.ints, print ins establishments, lnclua hiiu nn unusually ctlici.-tit public ojli. nil. ' . t)e Vermont I'rintinj.' company'a II,. was deeply interested it. Ill attl.-boro a , ,., , ,,nriv this iuorninf. Aa .-.sent in had i nd growth, and the niiiii.-ious estainismn. nt, public improvemeiits which it bad ne.-essi- the Kstcy factory was shut down for in tated received his close attention even al-' vc-ntorv it was possible to secure power tei- illness forced him to tvlimpiMi active jf j1Bt i,u,t, otherwise the town '"sines ties. In all matters l'rtam.n j , deprived of to tire protection lie was considered anjWOlli.i Uiii aiithoritv. nml the efficiency of tlie local current. avst.iu is due in n small measure to the Superintendent J. B. Mahoney of the part be had taken ill its improvement. -sY station of the Connecticut Biv- .liuiiman of the insurance committee of the- l ..,. lite this fore- ll,attl.-l.o,., board of trade he gave ex- er I'ower com .!. . said late tni lore ,-ellent seni.e. and through negotiations 'noon that until the formation of anchor w ith the New Knglund insurance exchange t jt.0 t-eases there will be no change in he was largely instrumental in preventing i comiitioiis there. The patrons of an increase of lire insurance rates in this Vernon are being town at a time when other communities tlie company south ot ernon are ueiuK w ere not n fortunate. In a quiet way Mr. I supplied with current oeneratecl in tne (ialvin did niitch for the comfort of those I lllixi,ial.v stcam )imnt at Fitchburjf, Mass. I I t'ei Mr (,alvin went to ltoston to consult Dr. ijcuinaU Tit, the eminent diagnostician. win. was of tl. inin thai an op.-r.il lion sboiil.l is- performed at once. Mr. .ah in ,......l home that night, and on !un.la , aftcrt n he iindei w.-iit the operation. It , i . - ....... ii ,n of t he i.an- n-eaie.i a i.iin. i."." ,- . ocas which Imd caused a stoppage of the liili- duct. 1 l.o lanei no.... .. ; te.i.ls.rarily. and it was believed that the iiatlellt wolilil surine . , . " ' .ii.. t. of the operation, ne l.uiru ... lioH-.-vei. and at midnmlit Min.iay i. .... cMih-nt that the end was a matter 1 but ,,. hours. His family was with bun w hen he died. ' . . ,..,,,.. John tialvin was lorn m I ork n'- Ireland Aug. 1-".. Is- la""' , with his parents, Dennis and Ii, una iDriscolll (Ialvin. when eight , , tha old. The family settled in Wj , t.. and lived thee until he lin.sh d " eii, cation, which was revived m the i 1 f tl.it town t -I vears ol age schools of that tow n. - . whei - he served an ap.renii,sh.l. ot thiveyear. FALL AND WINTER STYLES and samples from St. Lawrence mills. Waist, cut to order. Skirts cut and made to order for 11.60. Appointments made by telephone , 426. MRS. N. M. P. AKK1.CI. .110 V"." n boro, Vt Agents wanted m Wilmington. Vt 43tt Fit Your Furniture with Slidewell Casters 10c a set AL WOOD 8 Main St. Fine for Chairs Metal Mail Boxes 50c GALVANIZED IRON Rural Mail Boxes $1.00 Mellen Hardware Co. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BI inc. ESTEY PIANOS THE most enthusiastic Kstey advocates are the peo ple who have ESTEYS in their own homes; the people who are thoroughly acquainted with our tnstru tnents both as to tone and endurance. Would not the opinion of such parties be of value to you ? Would they recommend a piano with which they are not sat.sfied. You must have some friend or know some one per sonally who owns an ESTEY PIANO. Ask them what they think of it; we are confident that their recommendation will be favorable. We have a representative line of ESTEYS on hand at our warerooms which we shall be pleased to have you examine. Estey Organ Company Sales Dept. Brattleboro, Vt, i,,. served an apprcnii-eship of three years IT tinsmithing Vnd plumbing w. h .eontt ltainuni. U HHe leaning . - , ri.,1 Ma. v l-'laiinei V- ,il"'i ,', ' , ' A :Z XX took Place f-l! tX-fonmH. a l-rtneplnp-, th do hn yde of that l.iilg tii-m was engaged in a P " M , d .v!if:'.rn::,,u,,u employ net t wit I. h. -i. ,il,ling tinsmith shop n the l-M m" M , t ,e M.iaite.s now; mi upied b I.. .Man n in the building w ', ;, , L, About s,v - h ',, ,,c l,i partner bo wl 1 ' ' M XV(1(),i-s hrWZ Ik" Fx g" t dini where it sliop in the r.xi u-t "Kr, ...ntneish p be l,s since .villained. V V, VI ile o as tween Mr. tialvin nd Mi. ,,(,VY' . .-i linited by the death of Mr- " ti-iniiii.iui' 1 .' ' ., . became nssV. about a y.-ar. uft. r t men Soon after con.mg to 'Xi.-s of Calvin lx-catnc lutcres.e. ,.. n,,. deoartuient. and trom lsw to l. was "s assim..... v . - ,1.111111 Hill ... I, .... v . . . . . I..u. '.,-.,ti!itu tliiin Inn. in I 111 ...lisinil. ,,-;-n .. self. The call of the needy came to him ci.nl iiiuallv through his position us overseer of the p.s.r, ami it was a call that never went uiilieedeil. He heartily approved of and was always willing to coos-rate with the various local philanthropic organisation, .-i.i l.ls nitaiatance in work of this kind was deei.lv appreciated. Personally John' f!al .. ;.... vi,,tkln nt' nn unrinht. 1 III mis ii nut ............ ... --, - - I hristian mull. Ill" naoua ne.p ii.r,,iw,.. .. ,. . . .1 ... n.l ...,r..rl.t Hill.-: HIS lllOllgllin ilea -I- ..I.. ....... n..t ....L'linlltl I I,u, in nm.dain. JO llltll there was no greater pleasure than that found in doing t-.r oiuer. hiiiook n........ in his case, may he counted every resident of the town which he so dearly loved. Funeral seniles were held in St. Michael's Catholic church at 0 o clock t ils morninir, a solemn reipiiem high mass be ing celebrated by the pastor Key. M. ,J. Carmody. assisted by Hew John J. Dw'yer of Ludlow as deacon. I!ew Lou is e.irta ,.f '..i-i-nnes. as sub-deacon, llev. John I.. Mcfiarrv nf W indsor as master of een--nionies and llev. Charles Fountain, assist ant pastor of St. Michaels, as assistant master of ceremonies. lVlegations from he Catholic Order of Foresters and Knights of Columbus attended the services and marched to the grave in a body. 1 he trus tees of the Austin.' institution, town ollicci-s and village officers .K-cupied seats sK-cially reserved tor wiem. ...... i serv ce selections were ,,,,,,,-tet composed of Dr. V. I t. O Connor, '- C Adams. Y. A. fiilliei-t and A. L. Miivnard. Miss Kdith Mauch of azoo Citv Miss., sang Face to Face, llunal was in St. Michael's cemetery. The bearers se lected bv Mr- Calvin a few hours before is death, wee T. A. Austin. H. B. H.". M J. Dovle, I). S. tarey and . . V'ung of llrattlchoio and X. T. Hyan of dreen licld. Mass. Those present from out ol town were John Ihiscoll and daughter. Mis." Kathleen D-iscoll. of Kf" John Dyer and son. Ik-nsil (.alvtn. ot M d - illebm y. . W- J loulinau oi nuu..... . W l-'lannei v of llinlington and Ml, i , ,rd Kinnegan of New Haven, Conn The wealth of flowers alio.it lie casket and the crowded edifice testified in similiter e as , e to the number of friends which Kth-boro's parted Pi ie serv t llere drawn in all bjnesa .laH . ur n the funeral service and inn. . " p' oc'ssion retui-ned from the cemetery. GEE ENFIELD UNDEENEATH. Athletics Won Last Night by Score of 39 to 35. The liruttleboro Athletics in a gajne . v i .,. tn Hnis i ilc teat- ilnts were ineproaeb- ja dub of Greenfield, dean and upright id tuo ?omn n ewn.B ,on to him, and yet -- ' 3, TUe n merited o eonin ain. lo him tore "A ,,!','u. , .? iv,n it. Inruer atienuaii.e a, ; The first period ended with the score of r . . ,, ;.. ho Atlilotics and is to ii in o""' ' , ii i i ;n !the second period toun.l the locals still in the lead by a score oi to .ws.. third period opened with a rush and the , a:.i i. .,.ii.. nt once. Several VlSllOCS i.t-ll it.r ov... , times the locals would draw away but the Greenfield Duncn wouiii iiei uj tie the score attain. The winning baskets were made by Ellis and Oscar Whitney. Greenfield has l.eeu sireiij!i..ci.i ".j .. e k vf Tni-nnii. Tenders in uiiivau oi i"c -i. , the llolvoke, Mass., city lcanue, and by Hvrt.es of the Turners Falls Athletics. K'llis, Hothwell and Oscar Whitney did Bood work for the Athletics and Byrnes, .i... i M.iiiivnn werp the feature .lianer I..-. i:.,. ill ii vera for the visitors. i ne i.oc-u. Athletics. V.Wta r f.. . '. ii,.i; WhltiiPV. 1. f Oscar Whitney, c. . Hothwell. r. e Moore. 1. sr. Kilev, Moore, 1. tr 1TJ raiFBi rririr:rs NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES SUBSCRIBE FOB THE REFORMER. Full Assortment of Barney & Berry SKATES and Flexible Flyer SLEDS at R0BBINS&C0WLES hardwaremEn Harvey Rooming House 64 E1UOI C. D. Record and wife, recently from the West have taken the supervision of th.scolontol kM and will serve meal, cooked to order, transient or weekly board and room. Diaries, Daily Reminders Vermont Registers and Almanacs CLAPP & JONES "s -. ,. ,.,,BjnP,i trom tne "e- and again m lS'M,. On -Ma J as elected a bailiff for the f on U Itelections were "en '"' it "r vears he 1..MHS and during the tw. Mttei was chairman of the imaia. - i Ullage ineeling .Mi. - . cn,,ii it t.0 uade a member of the ! iri, ft mSidSereu,-. its deliberations. Mi. I alt m w . S3 tZnrZn the close nf ls;Vwhen.he,,cel,ne March, r.nr.i, ne w WOIlM three years ami .. . - ,.. have expired in MaiU , J- i- , coming a n WJ JLj chairman of men -Mr. t.aivin .. .. . , (i ,lt ,ast "sure" mp ovel ' tilroad facilities year to secuie i."i , . y activc .eTure "''hany P ub.ic duties Though busy with his many Bailey vs. McLeod Monday Night. . . , hern GnorUC Kratt c noro s mn. . , . V W Ha h v will make his debut as a wr'estie in the anditorinm Monday even Khen he will ?o ?a? b! Uod, the MM.lcn.ua ., , M. -. , l,st two falls in ini-ee. be merely an endurance test on , part but an nrie.up. " ,"' pcn train-iK-ihi strontr man ; o od enotnd. to hor. li"l . . f: of times in opponent, a cc.mi a certain number of minutes. Hangs Himself While Despondent. S Thomson afied 30 years t found hanrin, to a beamn J Blodcett's barn nt Bellows i .ur s urdav inornintr. ne a flss;sted his spirits that . ay, , and ad tTcl- relatives in i.. r "th Christmas with "''""'''t;'; this which in- Greenfield. 1. f., Manninjr .r. k., Sullivan c, Bvrnes , . .. f., ilaher ..r. f., Kelley Score, 39 to 33; poals from floor, Ellis S Orlin Whitney t, t.scar nawj 1 othwell. Moore, Mnher 7, Byrnes 5, Sullivan 2, Kelley 2, ManuinR l; irom fouls, Malier, Oscar wiuimv; Kerriter; timers, Casey and. Wilson; scorers, Gordon and Hujfhes; time, three K"0.,. t,, aoeond team of the Greenfield voun men's club play ed with the Athletics' second team, win nine; bv a score of IS to 12. The ltne-up: Adam'; Score, Greenfield second 18. Brattle boro second 12; coals from floor Ropers t Adams Ualll. Whitney 1. Harrml. Gioeiin 3, wriKiir 0,110.-.,.. lock 1; referee, Ferriter. Maine Central Leases Road. The Maine Central railroad, tliroufrh the lease of a section of the St. Johna- , v nd Lake Champlain railroad be tween Lunenburo and St. Johnabwy. Vt has secured direct connection with st Tohnsburv. Announcement to this effect was .ttonjnr E:tKi; fectert is anoui, i..- , , ., rantic-nient abolishes the terminal of the Mam" Central at Lunenburg on the Ver mont-Xew Hampshire state line, and train crews will run through to St. Vo sbtiry. Feonomy was Biven as the cause of the cnaue. venrs ine io.t- ;." ii.. vi Mamie roa. "".' " . .,t ,B -, b en employed mm Vn an far as it is in tne power u 'So' CbvB ottrs nto control the actions H was staying at the home of Doctor tl 8llbor,Unates. Must Drop Politics. Tolin W. Titcomb, commissioner of fisi. and came, has sent a letter to the ? and denutv came wardens that wardens . boominc any enpace ?n . PnlnK , ni,iate for the deputy w r ; geaf,on. This except anrinir tl e d JJ Tit. aPtri,kcnCmeaa that the fish and comb is taken i" , . t govern panie department of th . . t.