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THE VERMONT PHOENIX: EBAOTLjEBOHCK ERID'Ay: DEOEMBER 22? 1922. "
s NORTHFIELD, MASS. Death of K. 8. Pulnam. Kmcrson N. I'utnnln, 77, dled nt the holno of T. A. C'lark, where he bonrdcd, Monday. He wns ii niitlvp of Cambridge, Vt.( nnd llved thoro untll 15 vearn ngo, when ho uioved to Willtnnisville nnd lnter tr tlils town. H1h wlfo, wlni wis AiiuIp Huntlrv nf Cambridge, dled n fcw yonrf ago. He leaves onc brothor, Fred W l'titnnm of Williston, Vt.. iilso thre dnuRhtors, Mrs. (J. N. Kldd-r nnd Mr Alvin Ueorgo cif thln town, nnd Mrs. F II. WnRhcr of Urcentleld. The funernl wns hold nt tho liom' of his dnnghter, Mrs. Kiddcr. Wodncs day nt - P. lil.. Itev. F. W. Pnttlhon ofli olatlng. The burlnL touk plnce In the Centrc cemPtery. Mr. Putnnm wns n travellng Riilesmn nnd nn anctloiicor all hls nctive lifn. II' hold nn bonorablo wur rcoord. llp cn listed In 18tU wlth Companv 15. Flrs Vermont cnvalry, scrving untll thp clos of thp wnr. Ilp wns cngngcd in (lie bat tlp of CVdnr Crpck nnd wltli Gon. Cus ter nnd Gon. Hheridnn in tlip Shen.mdon Vnllpy campaign. The lnHt cngngempu in which he norvod wns nt Appnmatto whoro Gen I.eo surrpdpr d 'llip fiinprnl wnH lield at tho iiome of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. X. Kiddpr Tuesdnv nftcrnoon. Rev. Albcrt Mobbs olBcintcd. Tlip bnrinl took ploce in the Contrc cem otery. Mrs. S. E. Whltmore hns becn ill wltt rHp. Ilnrold Penrsnn is at honip from Har vard universlty. MrH. A. G. Moody Hpcnt tlie first tho week in IJoston. Mrs. Hoxlp is plnnning n fmnily ro union of her rclntlvcH for Christinns. . Dr. A. h. Nowton has bc;n eonlinc to his bod wlth rheumntism tlils week Chaunccy Dowd of Springfipld wlll b a Riiest of Miss Uoth Itritton. for th . liol'dnys. Tlip Misses Penrson of Cohoes, X. Y are guests uf their, brothcr, Alcxamb I'enrfon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stcbbins plan 1 Miend thp holidayn in Ilnrlford ani. Springfield. John Ilurlpy of New York will joTi hin fninily at 12d Kilcy's Saturday f.' tho holidays. Mrn. C. Ii. Johnson will entertain he brother. Ilarry Kcndall of New York for Christmas. Mr. and Mrg. Dana I.envis ko t' Stoneham for the week-cnd with Jln Lenvis'H relativen. AValtcr .Tones of IJrown univer.sity wil jotn, lds parents at Mr. Moor's for tlu ChrifitmnE vaeation. Tho Granse IioMm a rpRtilnr ineetin IX'C. 20 at thpir balji at 7.110 p. m. Ther. will be a Christmas tree. Mr. nnd MrH. II. II. Chninbprlnin wil' Bpenu UhnstmaH witu tlieir son, Ila. noon, Dec. 13, wlth 14 prescnt. Mrs. Mnry Spencer led the devotlons. ChriaN mns ntoricH wcro told by Mrs. Ellls B. .Tonca, Qdiic.vIpvc Alexnnder rccitcd, Mm, Moody F.ms ChriatmnB Mongs, nnd fcfreRhinentH wcrc Hcrvcd, Witiblow lUnck, 8:i. dled nt the hOHpi tnl In heomlnster Katttrday. For 25 jpiuu Mr. lllnrk coiiductcd a tlirivlnn nlioe rciialrhiK lnmiiii'HH ln tliis town and mueh of the tlmc llvrd nt (I. X. Kld dpr'n. Ilo nnve falthful and (jeidnl w-rv-'('. Three yenrs iiro he went to llve with hls nlt'CP, Mrs. II. 10. Ilnx.s in LeomiiiHter. Tlie Ilome MinHlonary Hocicty pnckcd HINSDALE, N. H. OKOHOIC II. SMITII DIKH. Ctvll War Vctcran and Mcinbcr of Ma sonlo Ki-nlcnilfy, Georse Ilenry Hmlth, 78, one of the very fcw roinainlnu Civil wnr vptcrnns of Ilmtilnlp nnd n llfolong rcHidnnt of tlils town, dled vcry Biiddenly Wrdnesduy nftcrnoon nt the hoine of his oldcst son John II. Smlth, 11 Urnttleboro rpad, of acntc brlchts (liHi'iim1. He hnd been in nnd RPiit a box last week to Miss Vlr-1 fnlling henlth the pnHt yenr, but hnd bpcn k nla Uomanelli ot New Yorlt city. Missl' n'ic ncuve amnn nis iiome unui .iio i Itomnnclli U in misHlon woil: on the .iixt pldc and the contcntH of the box were for a fnmlly ln her dltitrict. The box contained imtny new Kunnents for ill meinbers of the family nnd wnnc re iluy ovciiliiR nnd from thnt tiinu wns in a HPrious condltlon. Hu wns born in IllnSdale Dec. 12. 184-1, n pan of the lntc Wlllinm nnd Mnrthn' Lntliam Hmltli. Ile was cducated' in tho torod hocond.hnnd clothlnB. It wuh val- '"W"" a,? ,vl"!?KJ"J" '. spondcd to by Clirlstmns qiiotntlons .by cacu inemuur. nristmna cnrois werc sune nnd n treo wns cnjoyed, The hostcss fumlnhrd dnlnty rcfreshtnentn. Tho next nieptlng will be nt the homo of Mm. II. H. (Jnrfleld Jan. 2. Tho hoIiooIh, wlth the pxception of the Monument, cloed Kridny nftcrnoon with ChristmaH trccy, nxcrcincH and Hanta f'iatis vl.sltiiiK in pcrran 8omc of the riiouiH. MIhm Mlldrcd 1'eurnon roch to Hancock, MInm Ituth Haynioud to Krone. MImm Kvcltne Ilnilpy to howis ton. Mo., MIsh Florence Ilooli to Hox bnry, MnHH., M'ihh OJinrlotte Khcchnn to Iinkoport. nnd I'rof. llodlne'H fnmlly to ItcllowR Falls for tho vaeation. Mlns Mnry Turncr, toAehcr at the Monument, clonod pchool (hlrf weck Wodnpsday Therp were OhriNtmnM exerplsoH then in the nflPrncon. led nt 557. Mrn. Mnrthn Glllett ln pren- (lent of tlip hociety. MIsm Komanelli xradtiatpd from tho r.emtnnry here in 1020 nnd throURh Mrs. C. P. nufftim .'he nced wan tnnde known. The nnnual mcetiiiR ot tlie Woman's Ueltef eorps vwns held Friday at Alex nder Jlemorlnl hn1l. A dlnncr wns rved nt noun to 20, ineludinR the II, I. Johnson pist. G. A. U. The follow UR ollieers of the corps were electcd : res., Mrs. II. M. Hristol : S. V. P., Iw. II. II. Chnmberlnln ; J. V. l, MrH. ;C. M. hnzolle; chnplnin, Mrs. Marj )oolittle ; treasurpr, Mrs. J. A. Steb blns ; conduetresw. Mrs. J. K. Xyo : ;uartl, Mrs. J. H. Hninilton : dplPRntes t: tho state convention, Mrs. llcsic Hpv ranee, Mrs. K. M. Ln.elle. The post lectod their ollicprs alco thoiiRh only hvee nipm.bers were nblo to be prcRent. I'lieir oflieers arp: C'oiatnander. .1. U. llainilton; S. V. C, Isnnc h. Tliomas', r. V. C Alonzo W. AVlieeler; adjutnnt, II. liuffiiin : qiinrtormnxter, U. H. I.imllton; ch-'plain, patriotie iiistniPt.ir nd dclcRnto ln the dcpartmeiit onrinip nciit, F. H. r.iiffuiii: altcrnalp delpRnte. S. Ptttnnni. Tlie two nrilers will ld n jidnt insf allutiim tho third Fri d.iy in Jnniinry. woolen iudustricfl in tlils plnei. stnrtinR in at nn enrly nRP, nnd he followpd tlils linc of work prneticnlly nll hls lifc up t thp. (Ime he retlrcd n fcw ycnrs mro. He enllstrd nt the iirp of 17 and on Jtily 0, 18(2, was mustcred into Coinpaiiv K, Dth Vermont Infnntry HeRiment Vol nntoers at lirattleboro, and served in the Union nrmy with thnt coinpnny unt'l .lunc 13, 1805, whcn he wns hoiiornbly iliKPlinreod. WEST CIIKCEKF1KLI), N. II. There will be u C'hrlHtmiis tree nnd ChrlHtmnH cxerclHes nt the hall Frlda. cveninc. Dec. 22. ICrncHt Cnrpy and Cllfton Oarey wciu to Keotie Monday to viait Mr. Carey'i father, who Is ill. Fiftecn of tlie woiuen belonKliiR to thr L'ti-to-datc club met with Mrs. Myrn Fair Dec. 13. A bountiful dinner wn- hitvpiI. Tlie ChriHtiaas tree nnd exercis Hp mnrrlod Mnr.v Cnllstn Dickinion. i rridnv cvcniiii! will be n eommunity nf dnuRhter of Xnthnnlel nnd fuclnn Hll' (uir and cvcryune is invitcd to attenu nin' Dickitipon of Hwnnr.py. N. II.. nt Unttlp- put lircs'ents on the tree. !ro. Sent. 20, 18(17. Uev. Jopph rhntid-' At tho Orange ineetiiiR lnst Snturda.i ler otriciatliiR. Ho wns n mpmbor nf Gnl- iRht Mr. nnd .Mrs. Cllfford Clilckerini. den Itiilo IoiIrc. Xo. It, of MaRons of thm pnvc nn interestiiiR report of tlic wtiUi town. . i Orange ineetiiiR nt I'ortsmouth, X. II . II" lonves two dnuRliterH, Mrs. MnH- 1 last weck. 1 I,. I.fiffoml of Hinida'e nnd Mrs. Ada 'j'10 plny, The Little Clodhopper, wi' Mnv McDonnld "f Xnrth Illndalc: tliree 1 Up presented by the Orange Thursdnj .on1" John H Stnith of tliis town. Gnv t night, Dec. 28, followcd by n danco nit-. V Snvtlt nf Wliitn Ulvor .Tiinctlnn n'"' I ovstcr supper. Davenport s orehestra o O M''n finiith of 15rattlollor. nnd si i four pjrocs from Hrattleburo wlll fnrnisi ,tlolil1tll'll . vn rnnnr"! .nrvlcet wlll b" ''old "t t homo Fridnv iifter'i""n nt 215 nVlnrl. INv II V. W'Ah of the ll K-miIs oliiir"' f KrattVl'oro will nlFVnto nnd tl' i nr'i'l will tnk plnce in l'ino Grovo eomotery. i tho lmisic. i Tlio siibi.'et nt lnst Siinday cvoniiiK meetiiiK was. .Tcsiis. Friend of Sliinen- heador, Mrs. Mnbel Itrown. Xet tjtin dnv evcniiiR meetiiiK will l"1 nt Dana Wil ilcr's. Siinday sclnx.I at Fml llmerson at 11 o'clock as iHunl. W111TEIIILL. COLLEOTOU. ItEBUlLDING EAST POLAND. Olinuiberlnin, in Turners Falls Jlias Nellie Xyo of Orretiliold will !! with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D Xye. for tho Christmas heason. Miss Florence t'olton comcs homi from l lrlad lphia w'- " ' ' 'tdyin.; osteopathy, for the lioliday, scason. Mrs. Emma Fitt l'owoil ,nul daugh ter ot I'lillndelphia came the, first of tho week to the hoine of her parents for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Fitt entcrtnincd Moiid'iy I'VPiiiint in lnMior of tlu- birth ilay of'thfir dntiKhter, Mrs. E. Morriiaan Powcll. Ui'idon Moody of Yale wlll be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Moody. for the vaeation. He cnmu Thuri-dny. ,Mrs. C E. Williams haa 40 layettes to be mnde by the mcnibers of the Ited Cross of tliis town ns tlielr quotn. The.v are for Xear Kast Itclicf. Mrs. Svronn H'ndgett and i-on, Fran cis. of Springfield, and Miss Fann: t-'' ckhridtio of Washington, j). ('., nrc g,.osts of Mrs. C. C. Stockbrid?o. Miss Violet Kelloy, who hns bcen t-m-valcscing all the fall at tho homo of Mr nnd Mrs. Hlnclnlr .SutheV'land, went t hcr home in Wntertown Snturday. Tlie Order of the Eastorn Star wil' hold its installation of oflicei-s tho evc ninz of Dec. 2!). Mrs. lola V. I iske o Groonfield will iirtnll tho omrers. Miss Marion Webster went Friday to Boston and retnrned Mondayv where shr tnkes piano nnd violin lcssons. She w.i a guest of Mrs. O rtrude Dewey 11 t Mrs. F. R Cnldwoll will h ive ho cMldren nt hoine for Chri'itiniis. Mi Mirlnm Caldwell of Springrield and M nnd Mrs. O. T. Hailoy of Xow Ilav'ei' Miss Mary Dennett and Miss Mai' Towno li'ivo gnne to their hoaios r Koniiebunk, Me., for n two-woeks' va. tion. Thoy are diy stndents in piaim n' tho seminnry. Miss Annio Campboll wlll liavo I r guests Miss Nellie (.'ainpbell of Spring fiold, Miss Mnrgarot Campboll of Ne York and Mr. and Mrs. TIioiiiiih Camp bell of hoston. Tho Christmas cxcrcises of the Crni gregational cluircli will bo held Frida night with supper for tho children i" 5.30, followed by a piograui. picluro Hnntn Ulnus iinu gittH. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herinan Kondrick wi' coine Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Fran' Kendriok's for a fcw days. Mrs. Ho mon Kondrick will go to New Havo with her liusbnnd for two woeks. Mrs. It. II. I'hilbrick. .Innior I'h;' brick, nnd her mnid. Miss M'lry Cr.n ford, hnvo gone to Atlantic City for tw weoks. .Innior I'hilbrick 1ms entered " privato school in Doortiold as a stud.-n; Aldon DooUtHe of the Massachusoti Agrieultural ccllego at Aialierst, iiti Miss Grnoi' Doolittle, who toalios ii Xcwton, nro nt. homo for tho Oiri.stmn' vaeation. Mrs. Fred C. Morrlfiold wont last wcok to l'rovidenw to visit her son Pnul Wlllinm. n stndont nt Hrown nnl veniity, and Mis l'hoobo Williams. Kln will then go to I'hiladelphia to visit hei soi. Mr. nnd Mrg. K. F. Ihiwnrd will liavo wlth them for the holldays Mr. nnd Mr;. Frnnk Floming of Xow York. I'hillp Howard of Har.vtird medical colloge and Miss lClizaboth Howard of Middlebury eollege. Xorthfield t-Ptiiinnry gave in contr'.lm tions noarly $250 ln tho cainp.iign for tho scven (wllogos for w.imon ot tlu Orlont. Xorthtiold Farms contributcil nbnllt S12, Tliis miikcs a total foi Northfield of $-Il. Col. Homtiii Dowd. Miss Holen Duwd little Holen l'attlson, and Miss Ju.ii' l'attison came from Orange. N. J Hat urduy to tlie Xorthtiold hoti:l to visl' Uev, and Mrs. F. W. I'nttlson and Mrs. Stnnlcy hnd fnmlly, Tlie Unltnrlnn society holds Its Clirlst mas festivltles Rnturd.iy evcnlng nt the church- wUh ouppcr for the children fuliowed by it 'progrnin nnd giftB from n ClirlwtmiiH tree. All nseiated witli tlie church are invitcd. MIku Mniul Ilnmilton. who hns bu-n iu chnrgo of tho edticllnn of tho dolli'r cnntrlbutiont: for tlie r5cvcn Woinon'R CollcgDs nf tho Oriont, announco.H th" recelpt of $1-10. A separate contrlbu tipn is bclng gathcri'd at Xorthtield hm lnnry. Tlie Mothers' society met nt the homo of Mrs. W. R. Moody Wcdnesdny nfter-. SOUTH VERNON. Levi Paliner hns fmishod work for A. A. Dunklee and is nt work on the sec- IOI1. K. W. Diinkleo went to P.rattleboro Monday to serv'e on jury in the iininieipal inurt. Dan Hnskoll of New York city is Miending a fcw days with his mothcr, Mrs. Xettie Haskell. ttnlipt-l C. Allon wns called to Springllold (Vt.) recently on account of Clark Allon. Miss Ctara Whitnoy closed tlie Pond school with uppropriate Christmas excr .ises Friday and has gone to her home in Athol for the vaeation. The soutli vernon sunuay scnooi wiu have a Christmas tree and exercises at the church at 7.30 o'clock Saturday evening. nveryone is welcome. Itev. C. II. Hcwitt will preach in the Advent Christian church Sundny uiorn ing nt 10.45 o'clock: Sunday school at noon ; junior Loyat Workers' ineeting nt 4 o'clock ; Iioyal Workers' ineeting at 7 o'clock ; evening prenching by tho pus tor, Itev. C. II. Hewitt, at 7.45 o'clock. Friday evening the pupils nnd toacher, ,Mrs. Ella Amsden, closed the S'tuth school for the holidays, having n Christ rans tree, and a program of dialogues. tableaux and music. Tho children did their part in a very creditnblo lnanner, which showcd carcful proparation. 111 ness pieented the arrival of Santa Claus, but n well-loaded Christmas tree gave maiiy gifts to all the children. Nw Ijihnii-y Roolci. Vpv bo"k nddnl to tho lilir"vv nro: Cliv-o'-d, Tho C-iintry Hpvinl : Hns sott Oranito and C'nv : Oimlr. Two Slioll Ho Horn: Fnrnol. I'erfgrinos l'rocrofs; ('nnli"ld. llouali-liown ; ( pnnhclm. Tho Fvil Slii'phord : lincidn. Fair Il-rl'or: Wlddomor. A Minister of O'-ac-1: Kvno. Tho Prlde of l'liloiiiiii' : Joi-din. The Hluo Ciiclo: Xorris. (Vr oln lo"iilo of Iniiiortiiiieo : Amos. Slro- bnr S'r.itt'n: Manmaiid. I ' iiRpeaU-, ;f t will n((ll.(1 , tIlt. cndowment fuml North I nblo Ooiitlii'in: McCarter, Iloincliind ; K.wn n j,s miynblo. .Maruiui'i. ing i c"t. Jiivnile Smdbunr. Rootnbngo nr.Wnlter Gilroy of tho fcderal bovir S'orics: Abb-tt. Hnppv IIoii'o: Hpyn. tubcrciili.Kis erndicatioti forco in th. Trim. tho Little Stnwborrv (orl: Htntt. hns resigncd to ontor private prac cott. G-od Storios for Orcat Itirtlidayf. ; u,.,, i vew Yrk. hvmnn Filield. a ln. VERMONT NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Mdvin E. Fairbanks o: Spiinglield celebvatod their goidon wed (ling annivcrsary i.t their hoine Tuesda.. Tho Ilarro cltv ltospital has recoivoil a gift of JJ3.000 from William Ilarclay ir tho form of ati insaranco policy on Mi l'.arclay's lifo. Tho liopital Is niado i th. bouot ciar.v for tho full iimount. i. Ivorcd by Prcftldcnt Hnrdlng nnd Illgli OlTicLits Dcspllo Atlttudo of Vermont Dilcgatlon ln Comricss. (Spccial to The l'hoenix.) WASHi.N(TOX. Dcc. 21. Ilarry C. Whltehlll. publlsher of tho Waterbury ltecord. wlll be col lector of customs for Vermont. He will be namod bccause Prosldcnt Hnrdlng nnd hlgli nlliclals of the ndmiiiistrntion dcslrcd hlm and not becausc a majority of tho Vermont delcgntion ln congrcss wltdicd liim. The dcl'gnti 'it b .wed Wcdnosd y to the Inevltnhlo and votcd threc to one for Wliltehlll. Congrossman Grpono rcfused to loaVo Jdlin T. Cushlng, oditor of the St. Allinns Mossengor. the candldntc whom tho Vermont delegntlon, with the excontlon of Senator Dllllng ham, would liavo olllcially favorod hnd not tho nutlonnl ndinlnistra tion stepped in. Presidont Hnrdlng hnd lot tho dolcgati'in knnw lioyond ipiostion thnt ho would like to sce Whiteliill uamed. Tlie Ilepubliean nntionnl commit tce nnd cnblnct ollicials, incltiding Socretary of tlic Trenhliry Mcllou in mldltion to Sonator Dilllngliaui, the dcnii of Ihe Vermont delcgntion, de sircd tho chnlco of Whltehlll. The Waterbury man had connec tlolis wlth tho Prcsidont nnd the natlonal comniittcp bcforo and fol lowing (he noiuinatioii of Hnrdiiig. Ho has dono yoonmn sprvito in rnls ing nionoy for the committor, it is Htatcd. In timcs back he was if-Mi-clatod in Washington with Mr. Dlllinglinm. ho it came nhotit Ihat tho majority of tho Vermont di'lojn tion foitr.d thomselvcs opjioslng tho iiievitnble when they tried to get Ciishing nnined iiistend of Whlt-hill. And s -i in'il ritv nf tlie thno ''i-li-ing mon decidcd. it is stuted. that a tluce to ono dologation vote fnr Ciishing would onlv ppt tlie dologa tion ln wrong with tho adminlstra tioii nnd arcomilish nothing, swilchcd to Whltehlll for the for mality of tho thing. Tlie Prosident has the power of appaintmont entlroly in his hauds. Had tho dologation boon solid for a candidnto otlier than Whhohill it is possiblo that ho would havo listenod to their wislios. llut with a split di'logntion and with nn ndniinistra tion obligntlon, it Is nid, to bo pald, Whiteliill, tlie Waterbury man, has won on t. Reconstructlon Work ProgTcssoa Ra pldly, Says IJnrcau In U. 8. Post-wnr reconstnictlon work utidcr Riiporvlslon of the Pollsh governliicnt Ik raiddly r.lvnnclnR in tho Eastcrn I lvivliii'pu of l'olnml. whlcli silfforod from tho dlfferent cnmpalgim iu the Worhl I cult. In somo dletrlcts thcrc nro at prc pent less than one-tcnch ns many horses as thcre were in 1014. Anothcr handlcap suffcred by the eastcrn nrovincea in the shortngc of rnllwnys. One of tlic Ira portnnt fontureR of tho work how bclng tlone is the tnpplng by rnilwny of nrcnM whleh havo horctoforo becn nccessiblc only to hjiirge-drawn vchiclcp. Llic Inek of liottscK ln some rcgions hns War and from the liolshcvist nttacks ot compellcd tho ropntrlntes to lind tem porary lodglngs wlth othcr famllios, re siiltlng in greatlv crowdlng tho housing fncilitics. Xew York Timcs. 11)10-1020. Othcr partH of Polnnd less n'Vorly nffcclcd by the wur have bcen qulok to nid the jicoplc of the cnstcrn dls-tricts. From Poznnnln thcrc were scnt from I M-iy Havo Ilonorcd Volstcad. 00,000 to 70,000 carloads of potntocs, A llock of gocse wcrc ilying South, onts, harley nnd othcr soeds, ntatcH tlic ' vhon n little glrl noticcd they flcw so Pollsh Ilnronu of Informntlou in the i ns to form n lotter V nnd nsked, "Why iinitcu Mnics. ini! govcrnment, ,nsuie i iio tney ny so ns to mnue n V V" Think- .ng n mlnute she snld: "Oh! I know! It is bccause thoy are ln Vermont and thnt bogiiis wlth V. Whnt nice geese thoy are!" liurllngton Free Press. from tho actunl supcrvislon of rccon itriiotion work, has set aside fuml for tho usc of repntriates in reslocking their devnstated lnnds, Tho rclntlve deplction of the llve stock nnd of the agrieultural implemcnts hns mnde the wotk ot rchnbllltation difli- In fivc ycars the Negro populatlon of Dotrolt haa inereascd 000 por ccnt. E. cnr. VERNON. J. Tenny has a new Ford touring .Tv Maynard Millcr of Mount Ilermon schotiT will spond the holidays nt his home, coming Thursday for 10 dnys' vaeation. Mrs. Charles A. Wright will lcave Saturday for West Rutland, where she will spend Chriatmas and Xew Ycar's wlth Mr. Wright. Survices nt the Union church. Sun dny morning service 10.45, sermon by the pastor, Itev. B. K. Jones; Sunday school ut noon ; Christian Kndeavor at 7 ; evening service at 7.30. A. J. Rrown, jr., rcturned from Y'nle vllle, Conn., Saturday, where he was cnllcd by the illness of hls father, VA. J. Urown, sr., who died Dec. 11. Miss Gladys Urown. Miss Grace John son, Miss Xathalie Carr, John Miner. hcon Ilrooks and Harold Blodgett, stu dents at the Hrattleboro high school, aro spcnding the Christmas vaeation nt their liomes. A Christmas tree and entcrtainment i.v the jounger memhers of the L'nlou Sunday school will be givon Saturdaj "vening at 7.30 o'clock in the vestry. All children, their pnrepts and fricnds are invitod to be present. Pi'ofessor Packard of Mount Hermoii .ehoul was the speaker of the morning at the Union church in plnce of the pas lor, Rev. E. 10. Jones, who spoke nt Mount Ilermon. On account of the storni, the evofiing serices were omitted. Mi'iiibors of the cholr of the Union church, who have bcen prnclicing the I'hristmas music, have becn dolightfullv '.nlertnined recently in the homes of J. I Wright nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. O. K. Stobbins. who opened their honii's for lehcurtials, afterwurd serving refresh iiients. School in tho north dlstriot wns opened ngnin Mondaj, nfter being closed a weik on accuuiit of a case of tcarlet fovor devuloped by ono of tho pupils. Xo new cases liave been reported and it is lioped the drcad disease is woil iu ha nd. Miss Doris Itoss, tho teacher, could not return on account of illness, but the ussistunt teacher, Miss Jolinsou if Concord, X. H., is iu churge. A. I,,I5arnes recently bought a wcll red joung luill, .Muunt Heriuon Volun letr, from the Mount Ilermon school, pay ug S.'OO for liim. His daia is makin a tiue showing as a milk iroducer, liaving ,i :.4i;:-nouuil rccord in iiti.i ita.vs as i innior two yenr old. Thu slre has 75 or ccnt the Kiuno brocding ns a 3(),()0il pound eow. His dam won 100 in gold it thq Xational D.iiry Sliow in 1010 for . R. O. cow. His dnm is by tho saiao ire un Miss Olndlcv Uuttcr Iioy, which v;ou first priau of $150 iu gold. END3 I.!F Rody IN HOIUSK ItARN. Rar. of Ar.drcw G. Ander'-oii of tonsvlllo Fouitfi by Wlfo. Andrew O. Andorsoti, a farinor Hvlns near the Rcickliighani town farm nt Uur tinsvlllo, c.iiiunlttcd suicide Sunday night by hanging hlmself In hls horse bam with a Imrness strnp. Hls body whb found by hlH wlfo wlthln nn hour of hls being last hoou. No renfon for the nct is known ns he hnd nppearcd as well ns usunl. He wns n Swede about 50 years old nnd served tho town several voiirw ns siiporintend"nt of the town fnrm prevlous to 1013. Ho lcnve.;, be Hides his wlfo, a sin and d'Uigiitor. Placlng Her Way Jlnclc. Mis-s Oldun (calllnB) t play only ulasaie music, dcar .Mozart, lieethoven and Ilnydn, you know, Hostosa' little dnughtcr You'ro just llko my innmma. Sho doesn't plny any thing but tlic pleces thnt was new when rIio wns young. 'Boston Transcrlpt. MIrr Ituth Ihnwning is ill Mrs. W. E. Watson hns gone to New bury. Vt. The new switehboard will bo installcd about Jnn. 1. Mi Alico Jiffords roturnod home Monday from Plymouth for the holid'.vs. Mrs. Frnneis Strlcklnnd ces to Dur- 1 liani. Conn., this wcok for Christmas. j Goorgo Dainc hns bought the house on ' Oinnl strcet belonging to Jnson W. IIol- mnn. Mrs. Collins and Miss Aldina Morin nro with their mother, Mrs. Charles Morin. Mlsses Uornice nnd Itortha Fuller of Rpston unlversity are visiting rclatives in town. T.enord Wntors hns bought tho houso in which ho has boon living of the Red dlng cstnte. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. DiivIr wont to Gardnor, Mass., Thursday morning for Cliristmas. Miss M. J. Ilarroli lef) Wcdnesday evening for Xew York nnd Xew Havon for the holidays. Miss Ruth Colton lcft Thursday to spond a wcok with Mrs. Ilnowlton in Cambridge. Mass. Tliero will be a Christmas tree in the Cingr.gational church vestry Saturday evening, Dcc. 23, at 7 o'clock. Ge'irge Damo hns movcd his houso hold giMids to the home which he re cently bought nu Canal streot. Wnp hoka council had Cliristm-'s rce Monday ovening. A jolly timo waH pnit. Refroshments were served. Mrs. J. K. Ryan ot New Umd m. Conn., came Monday to visit hcr par cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Octave liolivenu. Tho nnmcs nf Arthur Joslyn, Orlin Whitnoy. M. Piitzner. Harold G irtield nd J mcs McCormick may be added to !.e lucky dcer hunters. A danco will bo hold nt Forestors' 11 Friday, Dec. 20. Snow's orehestra vill furnish niusic. The dance will be ,Ivon by J. P. McCaughorn. Mrs VAhi Joslyn of Rarrc, Vt., came f! ursday to visit at Mri. Anna Til I n's. Mrs. Stnfford. who lr d been v.siting thcrc, retumod to Rarre Satur day. Jason Holman, who hns b?en sulTcring with n bad throat, has been in Spring 'old tho post wiok having it treatcd. Mrs. W. D. Holman went to Spring fiold Monday to visit hor son. A hNtoric picturo, Paul Revere. was liown at tho Mouitor theatro Friday at j ' o'clcck and two shuws were given in he evening. Tlie picturo was given in he intercst of tlie hogion. Mr. and Mrs. Roy T.iylor star'e ' Wodnesday for tho South. Thoy will :o by uutomobilo jiud visit liolnts of in :orost on tho way. Thoy wlll riiaain in Il. ridi during the winter months. Mrs. It. h. Fletcher gavo n Clii-istinas pnrty and tree at hor hoino I'ridtiy for Ihe li. It. club and husbands. Supper vas wrved at (1 o'ch ck. Iu (he evening oanls and other games wcro enjoyed. Tho high school scniors hold a food salo iu tlie vestry of the Congregutlnii'd church Saturday aflernoon. The scnlorh will conduct a danco- at tho town hall Friday evening, Dec. 22. The Gem or chositra of Keeuo will furnish musie. Tlie Kiiittiug club enjoyod a bouuto- iw turkoy supiier ut the homo of Mrs. Tl. C. Holland Dec. 14. The home showod nll iinllcatioiiM of Yule tlmc. All nieinbors but two were preneut. Two invil'ed gueutH were added to the supper pnrty. Tliere were no soitIccs at tlie I'nl versallst church Sunday on account of the storni. Thcrc wns a buslness ineet ing Friday evening and oiricers were electcd for the different bootlis nnd du-tio-i for tho t'oming fair, which will bo lyld Fub. 8 nnd 0. It is expeetcd Georgo W. H.im, gnut Junior sagamorc, of Faruiiugtou. and Algle Holt, groat keeper of wauipuin, of; rotcrcoro, wni nc present ut tlie ineet ing of the Red Men Dec. 27. Four in didutes wlll bc inltiated and curn nnd vetilion wlll 1h! Berved. It is hopcd every member will be present. The Congregutlonal I.adles socloly met at the homo of Mrs. Liiolht Fay WciIikm day nftcrnoon, The following oflieers for the yenr were electcd: I'rcsldont, Mrs. Iiiiella A. Fay ; vlco prcsidont, Mrs. Vnlaiore Aldrlch ; seoreary. Mrs. F. A. Davin; trenKurer, Mrs, O. A. RobertNon. Thu Hlnsd'ilo Woninn's club mot in tlie homo of Mrs. O. IS. O'Xeal Dec. 18. The ChristinnH program was carrled oiit iiv tlie program c(nnmittee: iteauing. Thp Chrlstnias Illghwnymnn, by Mrs inspt'ctor in tho fedoral forco, has beei trausferrcd to Baltimore, Md, where ho will be in meat inspection work. T, Fortv-two ornamental lights liavo booi placed'on Church streot iu Hnrlingt' n i-acli of 000 ciuid'ciMiwer. The uev lighting projoct has boon undor construc tion f-r some time and is now n peru' ront lixture. The lights were turnod o f.r tho first time Saturduy evening. St-'tisti(N t"kon from tho diroctory re o-ntly distr'bnted at Montpelier slinv that." in spite nf tho granito sltuati"' Montpelier hns 101 new nnmos. ns fll new nnines nppear and 751 old ones hnv boon tnken nnt Hnrre hns not farod s woil. with 072 new nam''S while 1.53' old onos liave ben tnken out. Miss M.-deline Duchnrme of Rnrr snffered a cut ovcr one eye which re quirod a doetor's attontion when nn nu tninnbile driven by Honry Desilcts o' Montpelier, with whom she wns ridinir eollided with n trolley :ar bctww Barre nnd Montpelier Sundny evcnin-r About ?100 daiu.ige. was dono to the cn' Innorent Darllug. While grandpa was dozing on the roucli baby Mlldrcd tried to awaken hlm by pulling his eyelashes with hcr smnll fngers. Orandpn scolded hor for disturb u; hiin. "I was only trying to opon ,uir eycs by the stwings, drnnpa," he .lid tenrfully. Itoston Trnncrip. New Coins for Christmas We have secured a supply of silver and minor coins for the Christmas season. If you are in doubt about a suitable gift for some friend who you wish to remember, you can make no mistake in giving NEW COIN. We also have gold coin and new bills which we shall be glad to issue to all who wish to secure a supply. Vermont Nalional Bank "The Bank of Service" Wlllinm Ring, a Jericho farmer, is i' a critical condition nt the Fnimy Allot 'aispital, as the rcsult of a iire wh'c wi'it two bnrns and two silos. nnd kd' I -cc I'orses. with resultant damage totn n': smne $15,000. when his Inntcrn o" I'od'd Tuesday inorninc, while ho was ii thp barn, preparing to feod his anmio Tlie explc.sion cnusod his clotliing t ch firc. The iiittle were saved. Disabled ox-service mon who nro ! Vermont and otlier hospitnls. are to rt coive Christmus boxos from the Amcric '.ogion auxiliary of tlic departmont o Vermont as a rosult of tl e activities o he departmontal hospital nnd wolfa "ommittoe of the auxiliary. The legie.n ding in tliis and othcr Cliristnns activ ies. The Inxes will contain candy, to 'incco, cigars. cigarctts. clotliing nn i r nrticles. Tlic buUd'ng at It'rro rocontlv tak'" iver bv the Fanuius I'layors hn'f Moving' Picturo oorp'-r 'tion. wis d i ged snmowlint Mondiy niornliig by ' which thrcatonod f r a timo to d rov tho slriicturo. it is tlmught that ignrctte stub in n club 100m at th nok of he buildlng ht'irted the fi c ''Inors nnd wnlls were tom opon to giv cccss to tho tire inside tho partltions Tolwy Clinrehill. tho nine-year-old sc f Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo A. Churchill n HurliiiEton hns rozninod, consciousness fler u 4S-hoUr laise following a eoasting o'idont which occurrod in tho rcnr ' 'ip Adaias school. Tobcy with seer ther children were iising biards f InK The board nn which Tobcy wa llding slewed ugainst tho corner of tli iiilding with tho rosult that his head 'ruck the wall and his skull was fra nrod. Sberlff O'Mn'c P. f'allio nf St. AUni" w'h iintlliod Mi'iidav iroruing th 't snmo ono h"d entered tho b-irn of t' D. Tra ' f Porksliiio Conlcr tlie nlrht bcforo nnd 'nok one of hls hnrsos nt-d 'oft ni'othor It U thoiight bv tho nfiJci'iU nnd b ownor of tho horso thnt tho swap inigli' liavo becn mnde bv a "Iwvh" rnniio"' who, llndlng his horso tirod out. cx- hniiReil with Mr. Tracy. The pollee o' tho county are invohtigating. 1 1 Xjjri SHOPPING DAY( I f . .(HRlSTMASf Footwear 7.K A T T.jLJ 3 xvol Christmas Gift Gift S:ggeLtions fcr Every Mcmkr of th: Family Women's Gifts Dress Shoes Evening Slippers Brogue Oxfords Drcss Oxfords Felt Slippers Bed Socks Arctics Rubbers Rubber Boots Felt Shoes Scholl Foot Remedies Skating Shoes Moccasin Shoes Misses' and Children's Gifts Drcss Shoes Arctics Rubbers School Shoes Kiltie Wool Spats Rubber Boots Felt Slippers Dress Pumps Gymnasium Shoes Boys' and Little men's Gifts Dress Shoes School Shoes Rubber Boots Wool Leggins Leggin Rubbers High-Cut Shoes Leather Top Rubbers Short Wool Socks Gymnasium Shoes Meet Your Last Minute Needs Men's Gifts Slore Open Evenings Till Christmas Dress Shoes Strcet Shoes Work Shoes Felt Slippers Rubbers Arctics Leather Slippers Moccasin Shoes Felt Boots Lumbermen's Leggins Short Wool Socks Leather Top 1 Rubbers Sheepskin Shoes Boot Socks i R. R. Plke; roll call, which wns re- Rov. Reiiianiin W. Ponnock. OS. o' S'oniervillo. Mnss.. fnrmerly of Ritlaul diod nt,the fcirmer plnce Monday. II was a 'gr.'idinte of Rutlind li i school ivhrisf colloc imd Dover Theological seminari-. After hls graduatinn from tho divlultv school, ho was ord'ilnal n minister of the Congreg'itlonal church Mid hold p'lstoratos In dllTorent pnrts of Vermont nnd Mnssachusetts. Ilo leaves two daughters, lv rdliia IMcho, :). of Winooski. wn sttuok and klllod Jiv an engine early Snmlav inoriiing Iu the Contrnl Vermont frclght yards. I'pm invostlgation, it wns found that a uvin hnd bcen run over nnd hnd been drngged about eight rir 10 fcet bcforo the enginu atopped. IIIs head was practically severed from the bodv ns was the left avin. Chlcf-of-1'nllco Rarbcr. who tooked carefnlly into tho mnttcr, finnlly deelded thnt Mr l lclio olthoi'fell and ould not got up or he hnd laln ilowii on tlic truck, wlth hls head on tho north rall. Ile was.u niciii hor of the old Company G and wns iu Frnnee fnr soino time and nlso was iu the tienches, where he was gnssod. Unclo Ui-s Obscnatlon. "When Vr inan tnlks 'liout luck," ro mnrked Unclo Kzrn, "ho gliiernlly means hnd luck. 'Cause when lic's prosperous hu's gwinter tnke nll de credlt foh hls owa smahtnpss." IJoston Transcrlpt. Rubber and Woolen Footwear (The Kind with the Red Ball Trade-Mark) Made in Styles for People in All Walks of Life Oft ers Our Hosiery Department Exceptiohal Values for Men and Women, Including Slyles in Silk, Lisle, Wool and Silk and Wool The Family Shoe Store DUNHAM BROTHERS CO. Vxr t