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THE VERMONT THOENIX, UHA'lTLIiUORQ, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1922.
n i iv i;i i i rrxz WORK PROGRAM OF FARM BUREAU Six Meetings Last Week in Cbunty With Agcnt Harvey. What Mrmbcrs Dcslre Gntherltigs In Itorklngham, Guilford, Windham, Grafton, Londonderry nnd Alhcns. 8tx progrnms of Frirm Iturcnu work wcrc drnwn up In ns mnny communlticH lnst weck in n Bcrios of moctlngH nr runged by thc- rcspoctivc town commit tecs nnd ntlonuod by County Agcnt 11. Wiltdn Hnrvey nnd County Club Agcnt Vloln M. Cnmcron. A hignificnnt fenture of tbo mectlngs wns thot mnny of tbc fnrmers cxpresHcd n dcslrq for InHtruction In farni nceount Ing. Iinprovemcut of tbc dairy, ioultry. fruit nnd potatopH. tbc fonnntlon of clotbing clubs nnd dwnonstrntions nlong thc llna of homo-innking nlso were prom Invutly ln thc mlnds of tbc people touchcd by tbc mectlnga. Thc projeots whlch tbe people of the various towna dcslre to havc takcn np, toffethw vrltb leaderw whero namcd, fol lcnv : Rockingham Forty to nttond rn'dk mpcrlng with Mr. Jiuld, spcclallst ; tbree mwnbcrs ln! coilntywide Cow Tcstltig ns sociation, Mrs. J. H. Wooloy nnd lltish O'Bficn: 10 to nttcnd l'nrm nccouut :hooI, Loulc J. DIvoll; 30 to bolp clean lip tbe communlty, Mary DIvoll ; flvo ln utrtn account club, Loulc .1. DIvoll ; flvc to itttpud pruiiiun dcmonstratton, demon stratton to show bcst mcans of carlng for trces, lnrcKtigntlon of posdbllity of huiiclllng sprnylns of twsi co-opcrn-tlvcly, Frnnk Wecdeu; poultry culling demoustrution, 15 to nttcnd ; flvc ln poultry club, Nnt L. DIvoll ; onc potato ilemonHtrntion, five ln potato club, Gcorse 1. Btickney ; devclopmcnt of bouwhold oinolciicr four to wenr pcd otnctcrH, Kntc Hloddnrd; 11 In clothlng club, Loulc J. DlvoU; 10 ln clothlug club In Saxtons Hlrer, Mrs. Monson. Guilford Five membcrs ln cow test itia ukwoclatiou If one U formed, ca-opcr-utc wjtb Windham County Co-opcrutive Mllk Produecrn, Ine., ln productlon of elenn mllk, the progrnm to be detcr luiued by W. P. Frost unirMr. HuiTpy, L. Mnrtlndalc. four to prunc fruit trccs, ;two pruning demonstrntlons, two to Kpr'ny llirec timcs, Erncst TliomnH; 10 to .httcnd fnrm nccount Kcbool, H. I. Tbomab: five boys nnd girls in fnrm ac count club, lcader to bo chosen : 10 to nttcnd poultry culling dpmonstrntlon, nnd five In poultry club, Mrs. Clnrence Hhltw ; 30 to nttcnd n clothcs remodcl intt dkmonstrntion, Mrs. K. H. Mnrtln dnlc; five In cnnning club, Mrs. H. I. TbomaH! hnndicrnft club. Mrw. Kdith Qtiinn ; five in clotbinR club, Mis Jpnn Oampbcll nnd Mrn. Kdith Qulnn ; 10 to ptirchnbc fertilizcr co-oncra tlvcly, H. A. lloyd. Vindbani Tcn to nttcnd dairy mcpt ing with Mr. Judd, C. H. Jcnninon ; corn varicty tcat, Mr. Jpnninon ; potato wprnyiiiR dmonstrntion, I'nnl 1. Jonps; 10 to nttcnd n mci-tiiif: nt notuto (11ks'K timc, J. W. Horwinail ; flvc in n poul try club for cjjR-lnylnK contcst, MIhh Twltchell ; 10 to nttcnd farm nccount FCbooI, G. I. Duttnn ; oat dust dpmon Btration and Hino. clcmonBtration, C. H. Jonnlson ; invcfitipition of ficttinR llme on Turkcy mountnln, nnd knlo prndica tion demoiiHtration, H, (J. Chaso; 15 lo Uttcnd a remodplinR demonstration, Mra. Ilattle P, Jor.cs; 15 mcmbprs of wiwlnff clnb. Charlotte TwKcIipII : five ln ncwinj; club in West Windham, Mrs. Ilay Kich nrdwin. Grafton Six to nttcnd butter-mnkins dcunoiiHtrntion, K O. Merrifield ; 20 to attend mpetinjt with Mr. Judd, Fnink Wilbur; mcctinR nt 'which dptailH of mnklnR biRh Rrndo mnplo productH will be vxplninpd, C. L. I'nrk; 12 to attend poultry cullInR demonHtrntion, Normun WriRht: five incmbern in poultry club, A. j. Sniall; tbrco to pnine und Hprny four timcH. nix to attend pruning demon Htratlou, Chorlw Cambridge: 10 to at fcnd farm account ocliool, Mro. Npllie Walkpr: tlresH-form dpmoimtratiou, Mrn. A. 8. Bnrlovc; five iu clotbing club, Mrn. ChnrlcH CambridRe. Londonderry Tcn to nttcnd mcctinR on duiry mnnaRpment witb .Mr. Judd, Gcorgc Tnttlc: 15 to nttcnd fnrm nc count ncbool, W. W. Sluson; 20 to nt tcnd twultry cullinR demonstration, W. J. Aidrich; fivo to sprny four timcrf, cotn parjson demonntratlon, Mnrvin Ilowurd ; 25 to nttcnd foods mcctinR. Jlts, GcorRC Tuttle; 30 to nttcnd mllllncry dciqon rtratlon, Mlis Miunin Tjlcr; six to nt tcnd mcctinR nnd mnkc drcKH forms, Mro. W. VT. Slnnon : 10 kU Ib in clotbing club, MrH., W, J. Aldrlcli. Athens- One llmc dover demonHtrn tlon, II. Ji HnatihRHi corn variety test, Kriyl HruiLh ; onc dcmonstration npple Crchnixl. FrJ Smlth ; 10 to nttcnd nml try cullinR derooiihtration. Mrn. Ncttie Goowey: hIx to attend fnrm nccountinR school, Ned Wymnn; cigbt lu'gardcn club, Mrw. Willlum ilutwn. GLKST OK HONOR ,T DLNNKK. Zadio I'. Corson, W'ho Ilns Bccu Km ploycd by Waltcr K. Scur, to Lowitc In Jaincsvillc, Wls. A fnrcwcll bunquct wnH tendprcd 'adlc I'. Cortion of 28 (Jcntral ntrcct Hundny tiiRht In Ve Oldo Tnvern by tbc cmployes 6r Wnltcr h ' Hpcnr nnd hevcrnl of hU Mubohic frioncLs. Mr. nnd .Mrs. C'orwn -Ifft town 'liccduy for Jumemille, WUt., wlicrc tliey nrc to hnke thelr bomt'. Mr. Oorwn ba bccn cmploycd by M. Spcnr- almont 10 ycarH, bnvlng c-omc to Ilrattlcboro ih 1012, wbcn tbn Uoston & Mninp rallroud brldgc wua IwjnR bullt and wbere Mr. Conton waw cmploycd aH uu ironworkcr. Tbc banquct'Wus attcnded by 10 of bln fricmlH npd un elKbt-cournc ronHt fhickcn dluncr u K-ned. Mr. SiK-ar acted us tonHtmaHtcr, and tbe after dlnncr cxorclhcH wcro foaturcd by infor iimiI talkH on the part of Mr. Corwon and hl fftllow cmploypti. Mr. Contou baH mndc no (lcfinite con ncction In Jamewvillo, but is movInR tberc in order to bc uenr'MrH. Corhon'H rtwtivcs wbo Hvc ln tbat locnllty. CUES.HY TO IU5 I)0()KKJCKI'EIt. S. W. Drake and C. W. l'ott Itc-ap-polntcl to Gunnl Scnatc Jjoon .lo fcrti Uarfln; Kxcciitlvo MttjsenRcr. Kergeant-nt-ArmH 1)1 3. Dincll ap- polnter! hchkIoh doorkcVnerH und lncnncn- nrrn Haturdny a follows! Hoiihu door kccpcr, Krcd CretiHy ftf llrntthboro ; ncn. nto doprkeeper, S. W, Drake of Lyn don; -nbHistant doorkfcppi-H. Georgt' II. HutcltliiPon of Jericho, nnd C. W. l'ot tcr of Belvidere. roatmnHtcr, Guorgc A. I'ortur of Greensboro; asslstnnt poHtmiiHter, Itob crt Gadue of WinooHkl: courtroom nt tfnilaht, C. M. AVbltc, of WoodHtock. LxccutlVc mPHnRiT, JoHtph K. Dar HiiR of ChclHeu:' inesKcngers, MUph Kre HiPttc of Hardwick,' Gilman W. Ford of Htittou, I'util yiiumbprlaln . of Haudolpb, Hnrwlti I. ISrnnili of Grand Iille, Chcw ter Cbtlcr of lViWnal, Kdwln T. Jnmes of Weybridge; WIIIIh llryan of Mont pelier. Winriw I'lerco of Franklin. Ilob cH Tollnhd of Hrlghtot., Parker Ktuurt of Caiijbridge and Lee Batcs of Derby. nclfcfrlu thc lil lnclt uttcndlns ray inarrlaeon .ilnteu back to tbo ilnyu of nn eifnt lliiiiic. ABOUT J0NA8 DltOWN. Ills tUnclo IlnB a Fow Words o About LegUlntlon, Dcnr Edltor: Say 1 havo inat bceti rcndlnc tbc nrtlclc eontributcd to yoiir papcr by my npphcw Jonn Brown nnd 1 am frrc to Haj' tbat. It Ih tod indcflnltc to bc InteivstitiR Wbcn tlio votcrn of Hockvillc eleetcd our Jonns (nn wc cnll lilin) to thc olllcc ot town rcprcRPiitntlvp wc though hp wns reuRonnbly hnrd boilcd nnd hnd souic commoii scnse (wc linvc had thc lincoln monsoiiHc klud of reprcHcntntlvc long cnotigh) but wbcn bc begins to bnbble iiboul dinmoiulfi and Real ukins mnutng tnx Rruntcrs heic ln thio tovn bc sure Hrmiuls hilly. Wc cura the precnt hlghj rato of tnxntion bpciusc wc havc rcnRoit 1 to, nnd wc wcnr ovcralls bccnuHe wo buve to. Tlien JonnH rnmblpH on nbout cow tu herculoHis people nnd how thcy rnlik. If bc mcans cow doctnrs thpy rnnk ncc IiIkI. wbcn II wmea to dlvcyinR up thc nppro- printion but tbc Rinnll-towii furmer Im not In it. IIc Ih old-faHhloned and con- sldprM n cow n UphIi und blood anlmal, not n mncliinc to bo forced to produce thc RrcatcHt posiblc amount of mllk ln thc Hhortest iossible tlmc, nnd when it brpakH tinder thc strnln to bc Hhovcd on thc Htntp nt pure brcd prlcen. No, JonnH, whllc thc propoHltlon eali bc corn mvrcinli2rd In some locnlltlcn, Hockvillc Ih not progrcsslvn cnougb to profit by It. And now aftcr thls RPiitlc nnd klndly crltlcism I will plvc the bov crcdtt for one mlghty good idea. Ills prepnred ncns plan is grcat if hc prppares ln a sejiRlble wny. Wbcn be prCnnres to ce tbo dlfference .bctwccn practlcnl legiHbi tlon and lcgiHlntion of tbo etnotionnl kind nnd wbcn hc lcnrns tbnt renl pub llc oplnlon is not of the mndc-to-oidcr-by-propagnndu brnnd hc- will bc Rplng in the rlght dlrcctlon. It s better to tnke n imcKwnru stcp to RolltL Rround than to jump nhend and itpI utnek ln tbe nmd. Tlien ns n follow up Jonas mlght study thc vnrintion in vnluc bctwccn thc uctunl and thK)rctlenl bcnefitM the public rcccive for its ever increanlnR taxcs and tbcn nsk blmsclf whicb kind bW town gets. Now if Jouna will prcparc in this nianncr and will vote for ju-dlce, econ omy, bomc rule, nnd Hockvillc be will be real utiixipular with thc clnss of people wbo fattcu on npproprintions but liis old liome town will be mlghty proud to know tbcy scitt n renl man to the leg islature, nnd I do hope tbat when bc Hauntei-s iiito tbc ntute Iiouhc wenrlng bin ?21.08 Kunday Huit bc won't allow nnr mushy propngandist to lnflucnce bim to turn hls new eoat. If be shoul.l It mlght show n yellow strcak iu thc llnintr. Yours for Hockvillc, MKLCIIISIDECK HYTIIKH BHOWN. THK I-uVTK ADDIK 0. VAN DO05ZN. Fcrmcr Brattleboro Woman Was Earn nst Worker In Bantlst Churclu M, A,lilln n Mtnllninl Vnn T)norn. who diinl TieMlav in Pittsfield, Mnss., at tho homn ot hcr daughter. Mrs. W. A. Burtoii. wns born in Jamaica Junc 10, 1812. Sho was ono of tho t.evcn chil- ,iron fnnr Iwinr nn nml Miren dnuuh. ters. of Ilbnjnmln nnd Carolinc (How- ard) Bnldwin. 'JTie only Mirvtvor ot tuc , . , t. i. .i..t. . r.. Tupcdav niornmc and the body of Mrs. V WelnpRday nlgbt. When Mrs. Vnn Doorn was scvcn ypnrs old thc famiiy raovrd to Chrstcr. Ul. .l i.l, f1, ll.,.,.iat nh.n1. In .. ... ......... ...v Uipster when sbp wns a girl. She taucht school several jears. bcfore hcr maiTiage to Charlcs A. Van Doorn, n Civil war vcteran, July 5, 1SC0. After thcir mnrriage thcy wcnt to Concord, Mass., to llve. Latcr thcy camo to livo in Brattleboro to caro for Mr. an iiiuiiivi. hnrilpned. thc bend wns morc periecr- Formcrly sho wns nn nctivc worker In i,nPti bv n piece of wood ui onc cnd of tho Flrst Baptist church, tcaclnng n wi,!eh was cut n circulnr des'Rn. B class in tbc Bibln school and' being as- j)nBj,iiig n,iH dcslgu nround on tho bend sistant superintendent. In 1877 they 0f cement ns It drlcd, n perfcct outline movcd to Grcenfinld, Mats., wbere she Wns obtnlncd. nlso wns nn carnest church worker, Knch stonc wns slmilnrlv trcntcd, II tnught n Sundny pchool class nnd wns t.pinz inpnsed in ccincnt sufficicntly deo" nssistant supprintpndcnt. Mr. nnd Mrs. m tblit when pl.lced lmek in tbe grounil Vnn Doorn llved in Greenfiold moro tbo cement portion extended six inchc thnn 20 ycars, Mr. Van Dqorn conduct- below the purfnce of tbe dirt. ing n crockcry nnd glnsswnre store, and Mr. Pent'aml snvs tbnt old beadstonc in thc spring of 11)01, when fuiling rnn be slmi'nrlv trented bv anyone wh hcnlth compelled bim to rctlre, they Is linndv nnd by the npplicntion of p'ni' movcl to West Brattleboro. Mr. Van "rdinary coinmon seTit-e Tle is cjl t Doorn dicd in 1000. Mrs. Vnn Doorn's offcr this method of beadstonc prefrv" henlth faillng, shc movcd to thc cabt vil- tion to nnyonc who desircs to tnke nd 1 n rrn n n t with l,n r.vnritt.i, tf nnrt vi.n V I V n tn Tn nf bls PxnorimPnt. ntlll W'" livcJ with hcr sister, Mrs. Clnrk, until last April, when she wcnt to llve with hcr daughter ln Pittsfield. Aiiidc from hcr daughter and sistcr, Mrs. Van Doorn leave n granddaugbtcr, Miss I'jlizjibctb Van Doorn Burton of Pittsfield. . Mrs. nn Doorn hnd suffered n hard cold Reveral days, and Improvcd. but on visitor to tlipni. Dec. 7 she bccame worse, and hcr sistcr I Mr. T'entland al.p will bP glm to ri was callrd from Dulutb. Bronchlnl "nv. MoYmnWon rrcnrding thr pnrumoiiin tlovclopcd nnd shc dicd nt o eloclt Tucsuay morning. Tbc funoral wns hcld nt 11.30 Friday mornlng ln tho Flrst Baptist church. Hcv. Dr. Clark T. Ilrownell. pnstor of the eburcb, olficiatrd nnd Mrs. Frnuk .E. Bnrbcr wing Fnce to Fnce nnd Abidc with Me. Tbo burlnl txik plucc in Pros pcct llill ccmetery. Tbc bearors wcre H. W. Edgctt, G. W. Brooks. Dr. W. H. Noyctt nnd 0. H. Ilopklnn. M.rs. Francis E. Clnrk of Dulutli, Mlnn., nnd Mj-h. , W. A. Burton and daughter of Pittstield, Masi wcrc hero to attend tbo funcrnl.'" VERD1CT AGAINST STELLM.VN. Robert Mulloiy of Woodford Sticd Brat tleboro Selectman for SOOO and Was Allowcd $282. In tbc Bennington county court casc ot itoocrt .Muiiory oi woodtoru agalnst Sclectmnn W. E. Htcllman of Brattlc- boro, whicb -wns to recover $2,000 for damagcs in nn nutomobilc nccident, thc Jury Dcc. 14 brought in n vcrdict for thc plnlnllff to recover $282. Tbe jury wns out two hours nnd cvidcntly rcncbwl a compromisc verdlct. lbc accldcnt bappcned Nov. 2, 1020, when Mr. Stcllrann wns on hls wny homc from Syracuse, N. Y., through Woodford and Bennington. Hp met Mr. Mnllory ncur wbat is known ns Threc Bridgcs. Ii was not clalmed thnt Mr. .Stcllman's car damnged that of Mr. Mnllory, but that Mr. Ktcllman wns drlvlng rapldly nnd forccd Mr. Mnllory ovcr a bank unil into u strenm. Mr. Mnllory clalmed L'i'Ji. 'bc octunl dumnRPs to bis car wcrc ?00. Tbc dcfcnbc did not udmit nny rcHponslbil ly. Kobcrt Ij. Hcaly of Bennington wns coun.el for tho plaintlff nnd Homcr L. "7:'7 "i mmiow wns counsci ior .nr. ntcllinun. , NEGKOES LOCKEI) I'P. Gung of Kiglit from Wilmington Hcld to lenve hcre nt 8.53,-was ovcr un bour Ovcr Nlght In Grecnlleld. i lnte und did not leuvo Brnttb'boro unlll A gnng of clght Ncgrocs who hnd bccn 10.10. Tbe morniug northbound traln. cmploycd nt Wilmington, arrivcd lnN- 703. whlch nlso travclcd ln two soe Grecnlleld Hundny nlght. Thev clalmed iioun, nlso was delnycd. Thc first bcc thnt thcy had had somc troublp ln re-1 tion, oomprislnR tbe conclies. was ovcr celvlng thcir pny nud hnd lcft their Jobs hnlf an hour lnte. Tho sccond sectlon. nnd wcre golng tfouth. Thcy werc taken with thc mall, pnrccl iiit, ncwspupcrs In chai-gc by thc pollce dcpartnient und nnd oxpress innttcr, did not arrlvc until dctalhwl iu tho lockup but wcrc rclcased 10.45. Northbound No. 73, duc to lenve und ordervd out of town next iiiornlng. Brattleboro at Jl.5 n. m., was 25 mln- iMnoiiR thc nshcr toiK of uorntvail no woman ls allowcd to whlstle or bud luck wm nurciy totiow, In Holland mnro tbnn 10,000 ncron nm devotcd to tho cultlvntlou of bulbs. WAY TO PRESERVE OLD HEADSTONES pfin j- nrlm'nitBo -Dmnaet. CtlUand UnginatC3 ProceSS to Stop Detenoration Kncascs TliPin ln Inycr of Ccincnt May Itcsult iu 8:tvliiR Hiousands of Ati clcnt Slato Marltcrs. What pcrhaps will rcault III the rccln. mation und prckervution ot oid lieudHtuueb "'un' ceuieU-rien turoutibout tlie LmiteU .lttic l'r culurly in tnu lJust, wticre lt"ele ul'1 thouRuiids ot Btonu und Hlale murkers demgimtnig tbc rctiug places ot uu- ciiriy piuuuerH, ix ine pruceHx rcceiitl origlnuted by Willlnm .1. I'cntluud of tbi town, tbc well known plumber und tin nmith, wbosc HUcccsHful cxpcrimcnt of ln " uxV,aH1 , rnncnt of ln. B" Lr , t 'il S?,l5kVr" i"1 iu " ,0,' .c,1 "f"1,,, "U,b178 w" btK d,l,,,,' iJ ubi,tL"18' '."i 'l,.a Lts uf lM' eurly aettlcrii all ovcr tbe coiintry, Tbc expi-rlnicnt wns the reHult of nn Idea dcvclopcd by Mr. l'eiitland, wbo prevlously liad repalred scvcral old hcud stonco lu Prospcct llill ccmetory by cap ping thera with coppcr, thus protecting thein from tbe ruvuges of Inclcmem wentber nnd nddlng tevernl ycars of lifc to thc Btoncs, Kecently u Chlcago man, Chnrlcs 1$, llennctt of 2323 Oegood Btrcct, camc to Brattleboro to look up thc gravcs of his nncpitors wbo bnd bccn buricd ovcr 100 jcaru ln l'ronpcct II111 cemetcry. He found the old slatc mnrkers in very bnd condition nnd wna told by the rnretukur of tbc cemetcry tbat tbe Hamc trcatmcnt could bo accordcl those stonM ns had lecn givcn thosc whlch wcrc capped witb copper by Mr. I'entlnnd. Not snthdicd witb tbc rcsnltN attnlned by tbc uso of coppcr, Mr. I'entlnnd coii' ceived tbc Idea of incasltiR tbe markcrs in a tbln lnycr of ccmunt, thus prutcctlng the sldcH nnd back of tbc stono. Icavlnc only the cblsqlcd wordlng on the faec of the Btone exjxjncd. In nddition, hc fiRurcd tbat Kuch n trcntment would ndd nn im measurnblc di'greo of nppearanco nnd prpHervatioa to tbc stono nnd nt un cx tremely Rinnll coRt. Tbo mnnner iu wblch this cxperlmcnt wns accompllsbo'l succcsMfully will bc rcndtly ndmlttcd ns belng dccidedly uovcl nnd ingcnious. Thc old hendHtoncs wcro fir.it rcmoved from tbo ccmetery nud tukcn lo Kverett IMiillips's cnrpcntcr shop, wbere thcy wcre clcnncd carcfully and thoroushly. spi'cinl attcntion bcing givcn to the "ul"v".?."""" 1.,"' ""l cxnoHtire to tbc wcather had sulit thcui. A wooden form was then made, somo whnt largcr tban thc dimensions of the stonc to bc trcutcd. The inside wldtlv of tho form was two and onc-hnlf Inchcs widor than thc width of thc Htone. The iislde of thc form wns then lincd w mctnl, prcfernbly zinc, ho tbnt thc Rton"' when flnlshed, would bc pprfectly smooth. At tbc end of the form wherc tbe top of tbe Htone CUItlO. tllC zillC cnrcfull.v WHS madc to conform to thc shape of tbc Rtone. wluch in somc casoH is Hemi- circulnr and In othcrs, leaf-Rhnped., Hcre "R"in it may bc mcntionpd tbat zinc i. thc mctal morc dcsirablc for nsc bccaus of its plinncy. The stonc itsclf wns lnecd on thc sidc nm iinoic wit. n ounrter-iiicn cn vn'v i ccllar window mcsh wbich formcd a n-hn qprninniinl'pil reinforcoment for thc rolled cdgos nnd nn C h ? tLo bnck of tbe stonc. A qunntity of cp an uoorn ntre mc)t nn(, n ycfy fin() grn(,p ()f Klmrp Mnt wns mixcd nnd put Into thc fonu to tne deptb of two inchcs. Upon this ccmcnt i , -1 i e .... "'IXlHrC, I Iie iniUKCr !1S IM'M.i.1 w U. Tlie mnrker wns then "puddlcd" lnto tm rplnent ntil it 8qllCPZi up bctwccn th- sids and top oi tne Htone nnu ine ionn. More ccmcnt wns nddcd to tbc sidcs nnd top wberever neeled so ns to provid" inch ,,c(u nrcn,d thc f-tone cdgc of tbe fnce cxcept at the bottom. Afi the cemcnt nniiRH cemcnt tor n onc nnu one-nnr wishe to nre.ervo 4lw old oririnnl mark crs crcctcHl ovcr the grnves of his nnce torn. , , , Anvonc visiting Brnttleboro who d" slres 'to ncc the stoncs whlch Mr. PenK tind cpnientpd mnv oall uion t'ii cnrc tolri.1. rt Immpct Tlill remeterv. Elbrid" iftiowlton. who will be glad to direct tb' niethod lic iiRed. upon rcquest KING WINTEK ON THKONE. Tcnipcraluio of 10 Below Zcro at 7 O'clwrlc Wcdnfwlay Monilng Wiitc Itlvcr Junction Kcpnrtrd 1 Bclnw. Tcn below zero ! Old King Wlntcr nt- tn'cked Brnttlcboro thcrmomctcrs with fmw. TiimmIiiv niirbt nnd bettered thcin m budly thul' at 7 o'clock next inorniiiE the mercury had been drivcn down to 10 degrces below the zero mark. From thnt ivolnt, the rcd fluid maunRcd to rally nnd with thc nsslstnncc of thc mornlng sun grndunlly workod its wny bnck until al 10 o'clock it stood nt onc below zcro. Latc Tuesdny aftcruoon, tbe fcellng in thc utmosplicrc gavc evcry indicatlon that tbe nigbt wns Vo bc a cold one. At 8 thnt niRlit thc liu'reury rcad tivc depves nbove nnd from tbat hour n stcndy dccrcasc was notcd. Coal blns Wcre deplctcd by tbe bcaplng of coal on tllc furnnce 'fire, certnin rooms in thc bouseH werc closcd nnd therc wns n tcn- dencv lnst evenlng lo gioup ln the most easlly hcated room In tbe house. Ery ri,.rs on Wcdnesday found-thc window panes cnvcrciUwith a thlck coat- JnB of frost. Folks who hnvc bccn con- grntulatlng themselvps on tbc wny tbp renl cold wcatbcr hns hcld ou" turned up their coat collars this morning and de- cldcd that the old tradltionul Vermont wintcr has bct In tor good. Thc mornlng trnins wcrc nll oft schcd- ulo. Tbc Owl, duc to lcavc hrre at 5.24, trnveled in two scctions Wednesd y. Tbe firfct, or Qiiclwc sectlon, cnme through nbout 7.50: the sccond, or Mon- treal sectlon, wcnt through at 11.15. Thcm was generous roating of frost. snow und IcIcIch ovcr thn cnglncs nnd the cnrs, nnd mnny oi uie concn winuow i wcro frozcn ln. Thc dclav .was due lurgcly to thc luablllty of tho locomotlvcs to genernte suHiclent stcnm in the below- Trn tv.xitli,.. Kniltliltntinfl ?Cn 710 ,li,,t ""'s inic, PusBcngors nirlvlng on No. 712 from thc north rcported tbat tbo temperature nt wnito uivcr Juucttou tbat mornlng ra 10 below, I Thu rccurd sbowlng tho chnhge: ln tcmpernture na outllned on thc rccordlns thermomctcr nt Ferrls H. Vntl.'thnn'B on Hlgh atreet wns ns follows, bcglnnln with 8 o'clock Tttesday cvcning : 8 p. tn. 6 nbove zcro. 10 p. m. 1 nbovo zero. Mlduigbt 1 below zcro. 2 n. tu. -I brlow zero. 1 n. m. 4- below zero. 0 n. m. 8 below zcro. 7 n. in. 10 below zcro. 8 n. m. 10 below zero. 10 n. m. 10 below zcro. 12 noon Zcro. ' 2 p. m. 7 nbovc zcro. GIVeV SENTENCli TO JA1L. Jolin Wojcllc to Sm-o 30 Dnys for Bcat lng Hls Wlfc Hcr Eyo Closcd and Klachnncd. . A casc nf dnnicstlc Infellclty wnH nlred In thc miinlcipal otirt Fridny morniug when John Wojclk, -18, an cmpioye of Vbe Centrnl Vermont Hallway Co. at the coal shutes. wns brolight bcforc Judgp Frnnl; I). 13. Stowe and chargcd with lireach of tbc pcace, to wbich hc plcnded guilty. Ile was givcn a sentcncc of not 'ess than 30 dnys nnd not morc thnn 40 days nt hard lauor In thc county jall at Newfane, Thcre has been consldcrable troublf In, thc Wojclk famlly for ncvcrnl weeks. Mr. and Jlrs. Wojclk llve with scverat 'hildien ln the north Watercurc bulld lng nt 107 Elliot strcct, nnd tbnt morn tng tho bcad of thc fnmiLr nnd hl snoiiRc lccniup involvcd In onc of the nc ries of brnwls wbich havc occiirrcd thcre recently. ln thc meloe whlch cnsucd. Mrs. Wojclk rei-cJvcd thc worst of thc oncouuter wbcn bpr husband cavc hcr a I scvcre blow whlch blackcned nnd corn- pletcly closcd hcr lcft cye and cut tbc skin undcmcalh. Nclghboi's who livard thc row noti fied Sbm-iff Frank A. Wcllmnn, who wpnt to tbe houso nnd nrrcstcd Wojclk. Sevrrnl of the neighbonj nlso stntcd tbnt Wojclir'had acvcral tiracs tbrcntcned hin wifc. lu court, It dcvcloixxl tbnt Wojcik was nccustonied to pny tho rcnt, whicb amounts to S8 monthly. but eontributcd little oIhc tnwurd the hupport of tln mrgo rnmiiy, tho btirncn lalling on thc wife. It was snld by nelghbors tbnt Wojcik would glve his wifc 50 ccnts in the mornliiR for the purchnsc of food for tbc cntlrc fnmily nnd then would makc troublc lntcr wbcn bc found thcro was not sufGcient food for n full coilrsc mcnl. Tlie caso was proswutpd by Grand Tnrr Pnul A. CIihrc in tho nbsenoe of Stntc's Attorncy Ilnrold E. Wiltncy. Attonioy Chnw went to thc Wojclk Iiouhc tbnt niornl.nR for tho puriwfic of uaviiiR Mrs. Wojcik appear ln court 'gninHt hrr busbnnd, but he found her iti bed RUfferinR"from hcr bruiscs and in n hlgh stnto of uervousness rcsaltlng from tbc frny. Wojcik, in his own dcfensc, snid the womnn bnd hit bim 25 time to bis :nice. Kecently, he snid, Mrs. Wojclk blt liim ovcr thc lcft hnnd with a stick that causcd a swelling which rcmaincd for scveral days. Tlie invcKtigation wns thc fourth onc mndn by Shcriff Wcllinnn, who hus quicted thc houschold on prevlous oncn sions wbcn assaults havc takcn place thcr Judgp Stowe, in BPntencing Wojcik. said brawls of. Jbat natnrc would not bc toleratcd and nddcd tbat the sentencp was not as hcnvy ns perhaps should be imposed iu a caso of tbnt kind. Jndge Stowe nlso mndc an arrangcmcnt tbnt np-half of whatcvcr moncy Wojcik would earn at Newfane thould. go to Mrs. Wojcik townrd thc biipiort of the famiiy. CIHLDKEN'S SK1 P.;KTY TODAY. Will Bo Hcld Under AUspIces of Outlng Club All Clilldren Having SUls In vltcd for Short Trip. The first of n series of childrcn's ski pnrties will be hcld this nfterno m undcr tbc nuspiccs of tbe Brattleboro Outlng club. Thc pnrty will meet at tbc town bnll at 2 o'clock and under tbc lcadcrship of Frcd II. Ilurris will ski to the hills on tlie Brndley cstnte and rc turn, m.iking n totnl eourse of nbout ty rnilcs. Tbo trip hns bcen made short 6n account ot Its bcinR tbe first pnrty of the series and becnuse of scvcral chlldrcn who probably will mnke thcir first run on skis. Announcemcnt of tbe cvcnt wns mndc in schools ycsterdny by Miss Florcii'-c M. Wcllmnn. Lnst ycnr about 70 chil drcn took part in thc cvcnt nnd it is cx pcctcd tbnt fully tbat numbcr will be out today. Mr. Ilarris rcqucsts that evcry chlld deslriiiR to take part should comc fully eiulppcd witb proper ski fastcninRs, cs pccinlly bnck straps, ns the futllity of trylng to ski without proper equlpmpnt was sbown lnst vear. Tbe affnlr Is oiM-n to nllcbildrcn witli skls wbo cnrc to ianc puri. CHKIST.ALS AT WIIEEL CLUIl. j Invltatlons Scnt to .More Than 300 to Attend Anniial Party Saturday Aftcr j noon at 5 O'clock. , More thnn 300 chlldrcn will bc rcraciu l bcrcd this year at thc nnnuul Christmns pnrty or tho ermont Whecl club. which will bc hcld in the club rooms Suturdny aftcruoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Invi tutloni, iilrcady havc gonc out nnd thu chlldrcn reccivlng thcm nrc requcsted to present thcm nt the door for ndmlssion. Tbc program Includcs music by Hnow's jrchcstrn, uiovIiir picturcs furnlshel b) Mrs. E. C Farringtou of tbo Princess thcntrc and thc McUarrigle dog show. Followiiig the cntcrtuinincnt gifts of toys. clotbing. cnndy, ctc will bo dis tributcd. The Cbristmas pnrty for chlldrcn who mlght not othcrwisc havc n "Mcrry Cbristmas" has Im'cii conducted by thc Wbecl club tbe post, few ypars nnd !( an vent lookinl forwnrd to witb iilcnsure bv I those whose privilcgf It is to holp in thc r ntcrtninment of tlie chlldrcn. Opcidy AitIvmI At. Ile Thc Iceturcr snld thnt a wife diould be nn opcn book to her husbnnd. Shc I udmit that, my dear. And a husband should be nn opcn poekctbook o tbe wife. Boston Transeript. Tho new tbiiiR is often tho old Uilng rc found. Evcn tho polltical cquallty of tbe mxch wns nntlcipated ccnturies ngo. It hns jlst bccn dlseoverwl thnt in tbo year 2400 B. 0.. n city lu Asin Minor wns rulcd by n prlnce nnd priuccss with mclc nd fcmnlc prcfcct, and thnt the wpincu hnd prcciscly thc samc powcr as their jllengueK. Catarrhal Dtafneso Carmot Be Curcd by lucal nppllcalloue, ls they ciinnot rcach tha dbeagcd purtlcm ot thn car. Thern Is only one wny to cure cnturrtal deatnraa, and that it Ly a coaatltutlonal rumedy. Catarrhal Daafntt Ii, cauatd by nn In Uamed condltluii of iue i.iuuoua llrlnir of the KuBtaculan 'J'ubo. When thla tube Is Inllamed you havo a rurntiltm: sound or Ira-pcrft-Pt hiHrltif, nnd whrn Ii l.i rntlrtly clciiKd, Ucafnt'ts la th" rcault. L'iiImj tho Inllammatl.iii cbh h i.'il..cd and thli tube rnlorod to tm riormal eonJUIon, hcarlni; lll he dcatraytd forsver. fliviy eaeca of dtafneaa nro latiaed by cntnrrb. whlch Ij an Inflamdd con'lllllia nf thn mucoui aur (acea. Ilall'u Catmrlt MeillnliiM acta Ihru the blood on tUa mucioi.u aurfaics of the lyate-m. Wo will glvc'Ona ITntifli1 Dcllara for ay coae ot Catarrhal Daiira llit,:nnnnl curd by llall Caturru Wedlclne. Clr. 'Ulart trc All DrUfiriatt, 71. 1 r. J. ciiuNKi a oo.. tou.10. a BRIKGS SUIT TO RECOYER $7,500 i O. B. Lay Says Ludington Co. Violated Contract. rialntllT Clalms $9,500 on Opcn Ac count, $1,500 for Moncy Advnuced, nnd $2,400 In Commisslons. Pnpcrs In n sult for dninn'gcs of $7,500 vferc Hlid in thc Windham county clerk's ollif'o lnst Saturduy by Barber, l!nrbpr& Mtller, counsel for O. B. Luy, dolnR inistnoH ns U, II. Lay & Uo., of t'oit Allcgany, Pa.. agalnst thc LmlinRton Woodenwnrc Co. of Wilmington, the Vermont Nntlonal bank of Brattleboro irustec. Tlie sult is rcturnablc at thc Spril tcrm ot court. The sult is basd on nn nllcgcd brcach of contrnct. It Is clnimcd by Mr. Lay thnt on Jnn. 1, 1021, thc pnrties cntc'red uto u writtcn ugrccmciit undcr thc tcrms of which thc plaiutiff wns to havc iho exclusive snle in cnrlond lots of thc eiitire otitput of tbc dcfcndant's plnnt in Wilmington, cxcept about 10 carluads of wlre-end wood buttcr dlshcs, tnkiug them iu cnrlond lots nnd placing thcm with retnll merchnnts nnd jobbers, un dcr condition ngrccd upon iu thc con trnct. In nccordnnce wltli thc contrnct' the plnlutlff, It is clnimcd, bought 7,000,000 wirc-ciul wood buttcr dlshcs, iwytng tn .'iccordniico with thc agrcemcnt, nnd the dcfcudant was to contlnue to 'tinke uddltiounl goods ns providcd In thc contruct, Lntcr Mr. Lay clalms, n sup-' plemcntiil contract was made allowing the plnlntlrf certnin addltionnl comniis sions. Tho plaintlff says tbat whcu the contrnct cxpiretl l)ec 31, 1021, tbe pnrties mutunlly n?rced to contlnue thcir busincas deallngs on n slmilar basls. Mr. Luy nsscrtH tbnt tbo Ludington Woodenwnrc Co. has fnllcd to pny thc n'nintiff $2,500 duc on open nccount; tbnt tbc plaintlff has advanccd moncy argely In exccss of thc contrnct provi sions, whcrcby thc interest clmrRcs nnd othcr daiiiagc's to the plalntiff on nccount f tbc moncy so ndvanccd amounts to :?1,500; tbnt tbo dcfendant fnllcd to nay the nddltionnl commisslons on ?40, 000 worth of Roods, nmounting to $2,000; und thnt thc dcfendant has fnllcd to deliver five carloads of goods, causlng n loss of $400 ln commlssions. DR. ANST1CE DIES ON TRAIN. Formcr Brattltboro Vlsltor NVas rroml- nrnt In Epl.scopal Denomlnation Marricd nora Fcimcr. Protcstnnt Eplscopal cirrlc!" wcre sbockcd Monday by news of tho dentb of Hev. Dr. Hcnry Ansticc. one of the mont promlncnt officinls of thc denomlnation, whicb occurrcd on n traln on the wny from his homc in Montclalr, N. J., to his officcs in the church raission bouse in New York city. Dr. Ansticc wns known by n numbcr of Brattleboro pcoplo ns he mnrried Miss FJora Fcnncr, siBtrr of the latc Mrs. Wells Frost of Brattleboro, nnd be nnd his wife grequnntly came to Brattleboro to vibit rclatlvcs. Dr. Anatico had bccn ofBcially con nectcd with evcry triennial gcncral con vention of his church since 1877. as first secrctary of thc house of dcputirs until 100-1 and ns secretary from then until 1002. IIc dcclined unnnimous rc-clcc-tion at the lnst convcntion in Portlnnd. Ore. Ile was born In New York in 1841. Women as u rule hnve beptcr eye- sight thnn mcn, nccordlng to oculiats. r FI9IIING TimoUGII ICE. Good Catchcs of Kass and Northcrn Plltc Itcportid Slilncrs I'scd m Bnlt, Bought In Brattleboro. Fbhlng through the icc nround Brat tleboro hns bccn In progress thc past sevpral da.VK, or cver slnc? tbc lce was thlck enoiigh, nnd falrly good luck ls rc poricd nltlioURb nn. cxccptlolial, cntcbes 'liave been mndc, The Ilunt mendow Is iih UKiinl thc fnvorlte tishlng ground, but mnny ru to thc Kctrcnt mendow nt the inoutb of West rlver nnd the mouth of Bi'oad brook, whlle othcrs flsh along tbe (.'onnectlcut. At tliilcs ns many ns 50 pprs ins hnvc flshcd tlirough thc icc bc- About This Time of Year many conservative invcstors, both large and small, are vcry carefully considering the placing of a certain amount of their funds in some good substantial proposition whero thcy will gct a good return on thcir money. Times Change ! TWENTY YEARS AGO 4 PER CENT WAS A FAIR RETURN ON YOUR SAVINGS. JToday's living costs are nearly double what they were at that time. You should inveat your money so that its carnings will make up for this differencc. THE HOLBROOK GROCERY COMPANY, an old cstablished and growing New England corporation, with thcir first wholcsale groccry house at Keene, N. H., and later cstablishing distributing points at Woodsville, Nashua, Laconia, Claremont, N. H., and Burlington, Vt., are now offering at $100.00 a share. $300,000 in 7 Per Cent Cumulative, Pref erred Stock A Par Value $100 dividends payable quarterly, by check mailed direct to stockholder, February 1st, May 1st, August 1st, and No vember lst. THIS STOCK IS PREFERRED BOTH AS TO DIVIDENDS AND'ASSETS. Write us for further particularB The Holbrook Grocery Co. Wholesale Grocers St. Jamcs and Lamson Strcets DODBE BrOTHERS Fey days are too cold for comfortable driving in this sturdy car. Snug-fitting curtains, which open and close with the doors, afford complete protection from wind and snow. The carburetor and starter are famous for their prompt and dependable rcsponse on cold moniings. Cord tires, with safety treads, act as a safeguard against skidding, and greatly reduce the possibility of having to change tircs in disagrecable weather. Tho prlru ls $'.)00 dclhcrcd. Federal Garage, Inc.' ' 75 CANAL STREET, BRATTLEBORO (0- wopn Whetato'nc brook nnd th3 Ilunt niondnw nt oncc thls Benson. Thc prlncipal catchps nre black bnss, iiorthprn plkc, wnll-eycd plke nnd plck crel, tho bnss nnd northrrnplkc prcdoml natlng. A milnbcr of good catchcs of bnss hnvc bccn mnde, somc of thc specl inPtis weighlnR ns hlgh as four pounds. nnd onc northern plkc thnt wclghcd nlne iiounds hns bccn rcported. Tho fishprmph use shlners for bnlt, bought princlpnllv of the two locnl deal crs, Chniles Oakes nnd Don Bcllvlllc. piylng fiom one to threc ccnts eiich. Hcnlth Is tbo foundntlon both of Judg mcnt nnd industry. nnd thcrcfore of nuc- CCRH. Keene, N. H.