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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1919
PAGE FIVE ' St. Johnsbury Local Mrs. G. A. heeler of White Itiv- or Junction (.pent Thursday in town. E. W. Badger of I.vndon was in town Thursday. Mrs. Wilnia Myers is at work in the Sherburne restaurant. A. Kittrcdgc of Springfield, Mass., to here Thursday. Mr. Fitzgibbon, the milk agent, of Boston was in the place Thursday. Louis Beauregard and Jack Lcith were in Lyndonvillc, Thursday. Mrs. Timothy Underwood spent Wednesday and Thursday in Lyndon villc. John Adams was in Concord Thurs dav on business for the Oldsmobilc 'ompany. H. G. Ely, who has been confined to the house the past week by illness, is out again. Mrs. Silas Burbank is visiting ner rcw days, went rriday to iNortnamp sistcr Mrs. Jerry Stanton on the ton to visit her sister, Mrs. Mary Danville road. Mr nnrl Mrs. V. E. Howard Of Can- aan, Mrs. S. M. Chamberlin, Mrs. E. Ilnvic nnrl Miss BOnni 'onia nun ui Woodsville, N. H., were here trailing Thursday. Edward Asselin was called to Bos ton, Thursday, on special business. James A. Cushman of Turners Falls Power Co. was here on busi ness Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy Aycrs of Danville were in the place Thursday. L L. Bowles finishes his work at the Asselin Bros.' store Saturday and goes to Franklin, where he has a. po sition. Henry Kidder of Middlcbury, who was a former clerk in this store, will take Mr. Bowles' place. Mrs. Clarence Cutting from Con cord was in the place Thursday. Mrs. Elmer Crateau went Thurs day to Boston to be gone a few d'lMrs. B. E. Wallace of Lyndonvillc was hero Thursday to visit hcr sis ter, Mrs. Hoel Hinman. Walter Brockway of Montpeliei was in town Thursday visiting . friends. ., William Lowell who has spent the winter with his son, Daniel i.owu.,, fx his homo m Danville, THon!aAlcxandcr Dunnett was in Wells River Thursday on ""c Mrs. Arthur Turgcon left lliui.. day for Boston on business. Mrs. Margaret Heywood went to Burlington Thursday for the remain der of the week. . The entertainment at the Univer salis! church vestry Thursday even ing was attended by a large numbe. and a general good time cnjoycjl. TI program consisted or a ni.... with twenty-two voices and two end n music by the Academy Mandolin S hading by Miss Violet Darling I acrobatic feats by Pvt. ly men club, ..wl iprnlmt.ic. Williums. Capt. Max G.lhllan gave a very interesting talk on the sold.e.s life and experiences at the The annual meeting oi um v,...., Club was held Friday evening at the . t.iio following of- cnurcn vcwj i,u - : , . . . fleers were elected: President, M s. Lillian B. Hamilton; vice presidents, Mrs. Fred Clifford, Mrs. Amos Scott, secretary, Miss Ruth Impcy; treasur er, Mr-. Fred Foan. After the busi ness meeting a short program was carried out consisting of a solo by Miss Helen Brough; reading by Miss Violet Darling, and a cornet solo bj . t.. 'Tiio linstesses Miss firncsiinc diu. Mrs. Don C. of the evening were 1 " . . . n. Stiles, Mrs. Reginald W. lunic, - H D. Marchcssault and rars. i. Brough. Refreshments were served and a social good time fo"wed. Not withstanding all the calls for acti t and aid in the great nat lonal n work, Grace Unity Club health fully carried on its work and closes a most successful year. Thirty-two .new members have -been added durmg the past vcar. making its present mem bership 156. From the finances for the year the club has paid into the Church Building Fund $800. Mrs. E. B. Langmard left 1'iiday for Lisbon where she has a powwoi'- Edward Peterson was m Woods ville on business, Friday. Mrs. Alvin Noycs left Saturday for Boston for a few days. The new hospital has been opened at Orleans by Dr. Clcasby. Harold Jcnks and Anthony I alisc have returned from France. David Conant is in Boston on legal business. , . , . Mrs. Arthur Emery of Lyndonvillc was here on business Thursday. Mrs. Philip Blair of Wilder has been visiting Mrs. Authur Blair and returned home Friday. Mis Sarah Dalton, who has been at "the Burton House for some time, loft for her home in Pcabody, Mass., 1,MiTnay Crawford from Lyndon villc has been visiting Mr. Crawford a few days. Miss A. Costa and Miss M .Cyi were visitors in Lyndonvillc, Tnurs- Cl'lHowland Twombly of Boston was here at Lawyer Porter's office on business Friday- . ' . A. Bcaurcguard was in Lyndon, Thursday to se her, mother, Mrs. Benjamin Beauregard. - William Boutain of Grovcton is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Boutain. Mrs. Henry A. Power and son, 1 ru man.'lcft Saturday for Gloucester for a short stay. P. J. Torsney, who has been here the past few days on business, re turned to New York, Friday nieht. Word has been received that Harry Lrvigne has landed in New York from overseas. Mrs. Fred Pope has. returned from a visit with Mrs. 0. P. Grcen.sladc at Lyndonvjllc. ' . Palestine Commandeiy will give a banquet, entertainment and ball for all Masons, April 23. This will be C the big event of the Ma-ionic social year. w, vt-.tU, r T!,,-tr I spend the weekend with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cowlcs I and Mrs. Helen Tonipson. J Cecilc Willard, Mrs. C. R. King and daughter, Irma, Mrs. James Somors and Jennie Vitty of Passumpsic were I here on business Thursday. Dr. John Allen wns in Orleans Sat-j urday and performed the first two ' operations in the New Dr. Clcasbyj hospital. ' Miss Margaret and Helen Porter, went to Brnttleboro Saturday to , spend their vacation with their grand- I parents, mv. and mrs. u. rcrry roi 1 . . -. i rt . tcr. Mrs. J. McLeod of Boston, who has I been visiting Mrs. Jack MsLeod a Jones. i T.,. T, r ..,u:K n.-ii'tv was held . G A.'R.'hall, Thursday evening. , rri.-,.. ,,, in t.,v,inu wi-izpk were WQn by Mr!, nucn ann Clar - ence Morse. Many any couples enjoyed the dance with music by Mrs. kie's orchestra. The party was in charge of Mrs. Carrie Wright. Arthur Sprague is in Boston. The session of the North church Sunday school yesterday was unus- ually interesting and at the opening exercises music was furnished by a juvenile orchestra under the direction of It. D. Merrill. Ensign Clarence L. Noycs spoke of his naval experiences describing the torpedoing of the U.j S .S. Covington. In the Brotherhood class Lieut. Ralph E. Howes describ ed the intensive training of an Am crican artillery officer both here and in France, and also corroborated the newspaper reports about Brest as ncaun resort iui mununs . assignmenis inrougnout ine i-uv m, r. 1 .1. T....ll.. I ..('.r ll , ...I. l. .1 ... The South church Brotherhood at tended the North church Sunday school to hear the speakers. The original artist's painting by Norman Price, the famous magazine illust trator, for the frontispiece of thc;and individuals wishing information r's novel now Hearing its close j and assistance are expected to call; editor's novel now Hearing its close in The Evening Caledonian, "The I upon tHcm. As these officers must be . Greater Glory,'' has been presented to j jn a position to be reached by all tax the author by Mr. Price and is on j payers, the taxpayer must present his j exhibit in the window ol the iaie- (Ionian office. It is a large painting of Jack Purse and Mary Wood as the painter has conceived them. The painting will remain on view for one week before being hung in the edi tor's "den," along with four other ori ginal paintings for the balance oi the! book's illustrations. I Tho nffii.1. nf fhr. TInifi.,1 il:ii Emnlovmpnt Soi-vim in tho Ivthi:.n i building is kept open, Mr. Stone and Mrs. Adams contributing their scrvic-! es to help the returning soldiers and' also secure alLthc help possible lor; the farmers. The rent is contributed by the landlord who has the same pa triotic desire to keep men and boys employed as far as possible. The executive office at Montpelier is the only one now maintained by the gov ernment and is in charge of E. P. Hamilton, assisted by Miss Helen Burbank. As at St. Johnsburv. the offices at Banc and Rutland arcjer was represented by Lawyer Gu'v kept open without any support from I tho government with the hope that! inc." SCI VICC Will be rc-establlshl-ll I again when Congress convenes. ' mrs. ucorgc Jfced of Newport i was here on business Friday. i lhc scale factory was eloserl nil day Saturday. Dr. John Allen went to Burton Fri day called there on a surgical case. Mr. and Mrs. Lindol Scott leave for Boston Saturday night, for a visit. Mrs .G. P. Grcen.sladc of Lyndon villc was in town Friday. 7j. A. Waterman was in Luncnburc Friday to attend a sugar party. C. H. Davis was a business visitor in Fitzdalc. S. E. Richardson was in Barton Friday on business. Mrs. Ernest Lee visited in town Friday from Concord. Mrs. Alice Thayer has rented a tenement in thu Estabrooks building. Mrs. Mantic Palmer is in Barre for a week visiting friend;- m, . r TT . . . The Rev. George Hagan from Al- bany was here on business Thursday Colinan Rogers of Hagerstown, Md., was in town Thursday on busi ness. Mrs. Luther Jewett entertained the bridge club at hcr home Thursday evening. Mrs. C. H. Steere and Mrs. M. B. Stccre of Concord were here Friday on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Woods and son, James, are in Boston for u few days. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Orvitt at 17 Winter street Friday, March 28. Miss Marion and Dorothy Hamil ton of White River Junction are vis iting their uncle Ralph Hamilton. Father Bcaubi-intlant of Lyndon villc visited Father Drouhin Thurs day. Wesley and Frederick Aldrieh went to Glover Friday to visit their grand mother, Mrs. V. H. Aldrieh. Mrs. Dan Parris was here Friday to visit her son-in-law, Ray Craw ford. Mrs. Walter Tilton went to Spring field, Mass.. to visit hcr sister, Mrs. Rov B. Wakeman. Lieut. Henry Somcrs of New port, who is home from overseas, has been visiting Mrs. F. N. Aldrieh. Miss Ada Burns has returned from a visit to New. York and has a posi tion with. the Telephone Co. here. Miss Nellie Bone, who has been visiting Mrs. Harriet . Frost on Summer street, returned to hcr home in South Rycgate, Friday. Mrs. James Logan and niece, Miss aroline Wheclock went to Lyndon- illc Friday to spend the week end w ith Mrs. David Esplin. Mrs. Allen Amey of Whitcfield. Mrs. Mitchell Daley of Lancaster and Mrs. Earl Sanborn of Woodsville were Here on business rriay. Mrs. Guy Hill and son, Willard, ' and niece, Vcrnice Gibson, left Fri- ; t,il" ,01' '-'anbury, N. H., and Boston j l visit relatives. Mrs. Charles Bradshaw of Lyndon- ; ville all(l hcr sistc','' Mrs- 3m M"t" j Romery went Friday to Concord to ; -pent the week end with their moth- I C y- " . . . ivll!iS cuwina iu. uiu.m.. "tf two weeks in Boston. j Perley H. Jenness of Woodsville was in St. Johnsbury Friday on bus- j iness. Harry W. Buswcll of Woodsville f was in St. Johnsbury on business Sat- urday. Miss Kate D. Peck and Miss Anna M. Stevens arc spending their vaca- Hon visiting schools in Boston and Wllllll). Letters advertised lor tnc wcck mc uowies swim uhu win vane yus ending March 29, 191!): Ladies, Mrs. j session at once. Eliza Carpenter, Mrs. L. R. Lewis,; Mrs. John MacDonald of Melrose, Mrs. Etta L. Short, Mrs. Lena Smith, ! ; m;,. SHr-lrnoir. 121. (iontle- i mcn: Bean, Ralph Boomhauer, Per- iey Burgess, Charles B., Carpenter, Walter, DeMary, L. C, Fisher, Lewis, J. W. Prentiss of Alstead, N. 11., md E. B. Wild of East Barnet have boutrht the pine timber tract in Bar net have bought the pine timber tract in Barnet owned by George A. Nelson i ot- East Barnet. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson llK e. B. Wild were in St. Johnsbury j Fri(iay completing the transaction, As announced in these column? re- cently, a c.ePool of instruction on income tax law for year 11)18 as itj effects corporations Has been neici under the direction of Collector ol nternal !.:cvenue, Scth W. Jones, at ' ,js ofTice in Portsmouth, N. H '' j the field officers attending this school aare now reporting to their particular Hampshire district, which includes Maine, cw ni psnuc una ve -mom. j nesc oincers win dc mcaica .-a P'"'- cipal cities and towns in each county of the district, and all corporations j jmd assistance are expected j particular case to the held deputy at his office rather than to expect him ; to visit them, otherwise it would work .. ?u,"'u "V" a an iniustice to those who miirht call thc,wcc, cBto"; , . , ! : IS office and Id oufi. Mrs' ff Sn m. !.. :n : from a few days spent m Lurlmgton. iv1v hr.wh th ,..! otherwise their exact location on cir- t;iin ihilou in that fhnir unln.-ii.ru: niiiir ' " U.. .....,;i..M ..,.,.., .,vn..,. T,. ! ,.f rllt.. Thn, m.p, ill be at the Pythian Building. St. Johns-; bury. Vt., during the week of March ' 21st anil April 7th. Office hour.; !.(!() a. m. to S p. m. William J. Stafford of Lyndonvill was in St. Johnsbury on business; Friday. Lawyer Guy W. Hill was in Woods ville and Wells River on legal bus iness Saturday. Floyd P. Densmore, a sawyer, cm plovcd at the Ely Works, has filed a petition in bankruptcy. The petition W. Hill Guy W. Hill has .sold his farm in ' W'jltni rnnl k-nnum n "Tl.r. Kll, View Fann to Samuel G. Willson of Waterford. The sale was made by II. A. Bryant. Mr. Hill retained the pasture and timber lands formerly owned by Frank W. Hastings. Keep in mind the grand Easter ball at the Armory, April 21. Renault's 0-! piece orchestra. ; The library will be closed Wednes day, April 2, reopening Wednesday. April !). Two gulls were seen on the river Friday and it is thought they came from Lake Champlain. Mystic Star Chapter, 0. E. S. held a special meeting Friday night with ; duties at the Caledonian office from a ! w;th scwinir and refreshments were j . Il!ll,,h Mcll(er of the u- S. S. Pub dcrrree work. Refreshments were I week spent in Boston. ! TuJ TMHU. ? 0 accompanied by his wife, visited degree work. Refreshments were i nerved and a social time followed. ! Arlenc Albee of Lyndon Centre and Governor Clement has appointed i Mrs. L. E. Gilfillun were here Satur W. A. Gage a member of the State ! day. Board of Chiropractic registration for ; one year. ! t ;t i..i..i. v u.,... ...;ii XIILlbt .VUIIIII IJ. llUntD Will aiJUtll. ... lhr Nn,.,h rllln.h ij1.n.ilpl.hn1,i class Sunday on some of tho interest ing experiences with the American Expeditionary forces. Mi's. Elisha May and Miss Eunice, May have ix-turncd from the St. . -J Ullll.uui y Atun,jl.ui tu lllii .ira b-i ments at Z'i Main street. Miss Flor-' ence J. May is at home ill. Miss Madeline Randall's class in I'ramatic Art at the Johnson State Normal School presented "The Old Pcabody Pew," by Kate Douglas Wiggin Thursday evening in thu Nor mal school chapel. At a meeting of the directors of 11... r,,,.,i-n, .;.,! r.li,l. ITlirln..- niirht il was voted to have a supper on the;1"11 from Greenfield Hill, Conn., who occasion of the annual meeting. This ! I'ccn visiting Mrs. P. D. Moody will be held the fourth week in April I returned home Monday, and a speaker of prominence will be1 Mls- H. E. Smith of Pike, who has secured. It was also voted to have a heen visiting hcr mother, Mrs. C. suitable reception for the returning j K- Wadleigh, returned to her home soldiers sometime in May. Monday. Seventy-five neighbors and friends, Mrs. Herbert Spear was able to ro of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Willcy gave j turn to hcr home in Woodstock Sat them'a surprise party at their home,: urday after her long illness of pneu- The Rev. Bergen of Lyndon was j monia. in town Monday. ' Miss Margaret Shields, a teacher Mrs. George Wilkie played for a ! dance at Danville Saturday night. ! George Giffin of Lyndonvillc was here on business Monday. day. Mrs. Alice Lafoc of Woodsville was I Miss Caroline Williams has return in St. Johnsbury Sunday and Monday. I ed from a visit with Mrs. Charles Harrison H. Chase of West Burke Temple at Wcstboro. N. H. was in St. Johnsbury on business Freda Perry is taking a week's va Tuesday. cation from her work in the Wool- Mrs. Edward Peterson returned ( worth store and is at West Burke Monday from a week spcut in New j York. Mrs. John Tann hus received a tel egram announcing the arrival of hcr husband at New York from ovcrseus, ' i Mrs. Ralph Bigclow left Saturday ! for her home in Maine, after spend - ' ing several weeks in town. , Hcnl.y Gallagher of St. Johns- ;,.,. ,-.,. ,v in rtHchtirmtr hnsnitnl j recovering from an operation on hcr throat. V.. A. Wilkie and daughter, Olive, of Newport spent the week end at J. E. Wilkic's. Miss Ruth Gifiin from Saratoga spent the day Monday with Miss Em- ma Lock. John Gibson of Worcester, Mass., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Gibson. Charles McGovcrn and daughter, j Mary, went Monday to spend the week in Rochester. Mrs. I. E. Holmes and Miss Mar tha Shaw, who have been visiting Mrs. George Holmes, returned home to Sutton, Monday. Lemuel Bowles left Monday for T- : i 1. 1 1 1. 1 . . ...... j ...mi ., Mass., is visiting with her daughter, i Miss Krtnnh Miiil)on:i rl. snnprvisnr of penmanship in the public schools of St. Johnsbury. j jhe Woman's Home Missionary so- , cicty of Grace Methodist church will : meet with Mrs. B. F. Rollins, 42 Cliff street, Wednesday afternoon at 3 p. m. Leader Mrs. H. A. Lougec. Gunner Harold Crockford, just home from three years in France, will tell his war experiences this eve ning at the parish house of St. An drew's Episcopal church at 7.30 i o'clock. All parishioners are invited Edward R. Bishon of Sm-inir street : and Miss Christine Macdonald of , p,.jnc Edwards Island were ciuictlv ' m!m.jcd at Burlineton. March 27th i by the Rev Chaunccy Adams. They ; v;in bo .lt h'on,c to theil. many fl.jcn(s I .,,. m..v -i ; Mn:.,, i'ltllHUII i.'i frequently made 01 ergs but a larger or more j , . ., ... . fc(.t KK.t.imcJl ifj Kclfiom sccn tlmn ,. m, .1 rrt .m4hori.il h.om' ))Cn of I)ack MinorcaSi Monday. This egg on its two circum- ences measured 8 1-2x0 1-4 inches ,um nniiuu m.u muiui j.uuu. East Concord spent Saturday in town, j H Cavtul. of thu v s. S, Mciuiu Mrs. Clark Stccre of Concord was,,. Ea,.t Bostol, who )liis been visit- . ' , ,1 :"""' Mrs. Calvni Brown went Monday In Knvth ThsKnn In eliMU thn wiwk Miss Agnes Cann of W hitcfield is Visiting in tOWll ""am w ngiu went, vo iraiue- bo' " , . x. iV 1UW 1UIR Oil IJUSlJIUhr.. Miss Hazel Pycr of St. Albans was "a week end visitor hero; C. A. Marcillc left Monday morning on business in Canada. William Ide and daughter, Eliza- oem, came nomc raonaay irom a : short visit in Boston. ! Mrs. R. J. Miller and niece, Miss . Florence Hatt from Groton, were here Saturday on business. .J"dKe Mclvin - J!.lse f UT1' wick was a business visitor here Sat- j ul"(';l.y' Miss Violet Guthrie of Mclndoes "nd Mrs- KKuu,,t ills and Mrs. Egbert Kendall of' East Barnet were here Saturday. - Mrs. Ira Peck of Swanton is ' ..:..:.: i 1 1.1... lf.... r- i ti t YiMuiuK -ner uuugiuui, iui-a. jiari uuu- icls. Mrs. Jennettc Halcrow spent the I Kccl) end hcl u 1,-0111 I'sompsic, re-' mnniiB mniiuaj, 1 Harry Munsey and family left Monday for Bellows Falls where they; will make their home. j Miss Olive Rood went Monday to j Passumpsic to work for Mrs. H. P. ! Wood. : miss i'lorencc ikousc is back at her, week spent in Boston Mrs. M. M. Caldbcck is sick at her home at 7 Elm street with rheu matism. George Dane has finished work at H. I Harvey's at Passumpsic and is at home Miss Edith fliirmvl i-i'tiii-norl lr hoi- ilomn ; North Dnnvillo nftr-,- .-. -n..'ir with hel. aunti Mps- chaunccy Mas- scy. A. B. Noycs, Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Brooks, J. H. Brooks, Mrs. E. E. EI dridge came home from Boston Sat urday. Miss Caroyn Darling of Lyndon- i ville, Miss Emily King of Lyndon1 Center, Miss Margaret Colby of Wat-1 erford were here Saturday. j Mr.- C. E. Hull and Miss II. E. i in Mt. Holyokc College, spent the week end with hcr parents, Mr. and I Mrs. R. B. Shlcids, returning Mon visiting, Mrs. J. B. Warden and Miss Alice B. Warden are visiting tho former's son,-Herbert J. Warden and family in Cambridge, Mass. I Mrs. John 1. Todd died at the home ! of her daugliter.Mrs. C. H. Robinson, f in Boston, Friday, nftr a vei-y short lllncss. katherinc Mckelvey was; morning, j, born in St. Sylvstcr, Canada, Janu- John Pag, who spent the winter in ary G, im", and was married to Mr. Florida resumed his position as trav Todd in St. Johnsbury, September 27, cling salesman for the Cross Bakery, 18GD. Since their marriage their Monday. ! home has been in St. Johnsbury until, Mif,g Lucilo StMvt of Sout, Da a little over four years ago when kota aml Miss I)onna Murti 0f they went to Boston to make their whiteficld arc snendimr a few days home with their daughter, one is sun-ived by her husband, one son, John, of Springfield, Mass., and one dnughter with whom they lived. An other son, William, died when only a few years old. The funeral was held from St. Aloysius church Monday morning, with burial in Mt. Calvary cemcterv. The bearers were Thomas Tiernev; James Cosgrovc, Charles T, Lynch, Thomas F. Leonard, and two nephews, James and John McKelvcy of Berlin. N. H. Others from out of tow n who were called here to attend the funeral ;;w;erc another 'nephew, Dennis McKelvcy and a niece, Mrs. Kate Lonergan, all of Berlin, and a cousin, Mrs. Charles Fitts of Guild hall. Miss Vera Barrett is home from two weeks' spent in New York. Truman Carder of Meredith is vis iting his. brother, William Carder. Miss Marie Prevost is in Lanes boro visiting friends. Hon. E. A. Cook of Orleans was in town on business Monday. Miss Fanny Parkhurst spent the week end with friends in Passumpsic. W. A. Ricker went Monday to Montpelier to visit the legislature and from there to Boston. Milton Montgomery is home from the U. S. Navy, being placed on the waiting list and subject to call. Mrs. Jennie Spaulding of Newport visited Mrs. W. E. Blodgctt, Mon day. John Ling of Bccchcr Falls and his son, Joseph Ling, from Windsor, Quo., are visiting at Edward Ling's. Mrs. Harry Witters has been ill at her home on Mt. Pleasant street the past few days. Edmund Hamilton spent the week end sit his home here from Montpelier. Mrs. J. J. Corcoran and Mrs. here H.-is tintrs from I' itzdalc were ing his sister, Alis.s Agena warier, ve turned to his post Monday Hand tinted Easter and birthday Md "W c, ;irt u Unn, Btll.0 nViOVA t:,kcn for bahy .vnno-linccmcnts, place cards! .... , .1.. Mi Mabel Wheeler of West Burke : vk;iiI h..i- mnthnr. Mrs. Kllllllil Wheeler at Brightlook hospital, Sat urday. Miss' Helen Joyce of the St. Johns bury Acadnmy is at Brightlook hos pital recovering from an operation for op ileitis. Mr. and Mrs. George Ladd of Mont plier who have been visiting Wallace aml VnA LiuWl returned home Mon day. Raymond Blodgctt went Monday to Bellows Falls to visit C. A. Blodgctt. Mrs. Louis Sniytlie went Monday to Rumncy to visit !ur mother. Wayne Wooley, who has been vis- " """I,'' ; ; ' tow :i, went to .he , jting friends in I home oi ins parents in muiuuu. rt , ! ... :.. . i n ( Satu-d'iv iimai-i. Gleaso.i returned Mon ,ity from Chicago where he lia been the past week attending a ..iccting of 1 . ... . ... .. tri(. Modem W oodmcn oi America. Mrs. Patrick Demanch of Bellows i,-.,n... ,vy,n has been visitins Mm. Frcj Marcottc. the past few day.-;, left for her home jU outlay. Mrs. Ida Lakedon of Concord, N n KpCnt the week end with Mr. am: ji'J George Chamberlain and sup- pije( at the Advent church Sunday. to members of the Comus Club nict at t10 borne of Miss Ruth Impey, Mmulfiv i.vnninir. The time was .spent scrvcu oy tuu nwiv ; Tho April meeting ot the woman s i club will be held at Pythian Hall, , . r, .,, tj a- nominy s. " " Tin. executive board will meet with! Mr,. Somervillc at ,4o. Members ol tllC llUIUJirilll Class uu cwiuiauj .. i :... i,- loii r.,i m;cc r.ni.1. nf l. M:sk Kendall and Miss Cobb oi Hartford will be present and tell abo'it the work done a', the Cavcndi sli House. Prescott' Stearns went to Concord Monday. Andrew Ritchie and Leslie Thorn ton of Barnet. were here Monday. Miss Marion Morrill spent the week end in West Burke. The Red Cross meeting win oc neiu at the armory Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Cecil Palmer went Monday to Derby to visit Mrs. Lewis Nye. Miss Gladvs Mailhot of Littleton is visiting . Mrs. Julia Landry a few days. Miss Florence J. May is spending the week at tho Valley House, Or leans, recuperating. C. E. Merrill, manager of the local telephone company, was in West Burke Monday on business. Mrs. Robert Watson of Farming ton, Mc, has been visiting Mrs. Dar win Houghton. Ralph Hubbard returned to Guild hall after spending Sunday with 'George Moore on Orchard street Mrs. L. P. Leach returned home Saturday from South Ityegatc where she has been the past few weeks. Miss Rose Provencal went to Cen tervalo, Monday to visit Mrs. Fred Bennett. Mrs. Abbic Balch, who has been spending the winter in Boston is vis iting relatives in Haverhill, N. II., on hcr way home. Misa Madeline Randall is enter taining with readings and dances in the . New London Conn., cantonment his week. , ... It. N. Rann hus finished traveling j for Henry' Clark of Boston and began ' work for Henry Goodrich Monday in town. James Antic, who has been in Brightlook hospital the past six weeks has returned to his home and is able to be out. "Mrs. Helen Burdick and son, Fred, of Danville, who has been visiting hrr son,. Charles Burdick, for the week end, returned home Monday. Mrs. H. Dean Pearl, teacher of Domestic Science at Plymouth Nor mal school, is spending a ten days' i vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Houghton. Mrs. Charles Bi-adshaw returned to her home in Lyndonvllle from a visit with 'her sister, Mrs. John Montgom ery. I Mi-s. Prescott Stearns, teacher in the Junior high went Monday to Hartford to visit Iher parents, Mr. and Mis. W. F. Braley. Mrs. C. T. Walter and daughter, Alice, who . have spent the winter in town went to their home in Lyndonville,. Monday, accompanied by her son, Edward Walter, from Norwich University and his friend, Harold Rempsen from West Port, Conn- 4 MONROE George Bart is at. home from Bos- ton on a few days' furlough. Mrs. Artie Mcader of Whitinsville, Mass., visitc-l hcr brother Fred, Gib- son last week. Miss Jennie Moore of East Barnet Spent several days last week with hey sister, Mrs. G. L.iFrazer. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hatley spent Monday in St. Johnsbury. , Miss Katherinc Lyster of Water- ford visited hcr aunt. Mrs. Howard Emcry recently. . Mrs. Etta Short has returned home from St. Johnsbury hospital, where she went for treatment. Wilfred Weeks of Woodsville is visiting at the home of Oscar Frazcr. Miss Marv Fisher is at home from her school in Bath for the Easter va- cation. W. J. Montgomery of Bath, Me., ! spent the week-end at the home of Hugh Nelson. I joscpn aim jlco wait nave l'ui- chased P. E. Blanchard's farm. Miss Lida ti riff in of St. Johnsbury spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griffin. Charles Higgins had the misfortune to break a bone in his leg, while lum- I boring. Carrol Bcane of Oxford was a busi ! ncss visitor in town one day last week. Josephine and Beulah Astle visited relatives in St. Johnsbury last week. ! David Lang was in Lisbon on busi-' ness Friday. S. F. Claflin of Manchester was in j town Thursday. j The fourth quarterly conference will be held at the parsonage Wcdncs-1 day aftcl.noon j Word has been received here of the . ! death of Wallace Rcmick at East St. Johnsbury Sunday morning. Floyd Harding, Claud and Clyde Jenness spent Saturday in St. Johns bury. WEST DANVILLE John Amistrong, Jr., of the U. S. navy vhsitcd his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Armstrong, last week on his way to Chicago. John Brickett, who has been spend ing several days in Boston and vicin ity, has returned home. Ralph Mcader of the U. S. S. Pub- aunt Mrs. F. B. Milligan, last , ' , The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs Henry Clifford last week, about , nwwnt 20 1)amc,s spent Friday at St. i r,,.Kl,, .John.,bui Mrs. Will Bcny has returned to Point Comfort. Oscar and Otis Ayer have hern vis iting their sister, Mrs. Waller Swett. Goethe Memorial at Wclm.r. Tho genius of Goethe and Schllloi chnroeterbie Wetmnr in tn;iny forms or Civic beaut, v. Goethe, some yrnrf heforo his death, laid out a larjo pub lic park in the fi.rin of n garden and without on enclosiiri! of nny kind. Tluro n quaint r!it; r.f its nrlr.niior rctnniim In the stone ollnr round which o serpent rlimbs to eat the votive bread. Upon ll:e allnr is an inscrip tion to tho "genius bujas loci." Banana Facts. Bonnnns should not he put Info a re frlgerntor. They should never b al lowed to get: colder than 00 degrees. A chill turns bnnnnns black and pre vents proper ripening. "A GOOD, OLD-FASHIONED PHYSIC" Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole some physic, thoroughly cleanse the bowels, sweeten tho stomach, tone up the. liver. For indigestion, bilious ness, bad breath, bloating, gas, or constipation, no remedy is morc highly recommended. Wm. O. E. Biclkc, Hancock, Mich., writes; "1 have given Foley Cathartic Tablets a thorough trial and I can honestly recommend them, as a mild but sure laxative. They -work .without 'grip ing." Give stout persons a free, light feeling. SOLD EVERYWHERE. CITY OF NEWPORT The men of the Main street Bap tist church organiaed'a Baraca Bible class Sunday, with the following offi cers: Pres., Austin J. Becbc; Vice Pres., E. A. Slack; secretary, Fred Ponaghy; treas., W. J. Fordycc; teacher, Rev. A. V. Allen. The class contemplates having a largo men's banquet in the near future with ono or two good out of town speakers, the banouct committee are It. V. Shattuck,. lt. Fairbanks and Benjamin Wright. ; The Main Street Baptist Sunday (school is growing in attend ance each Sunday. Come in and be one to help in the good work. Rutlt Humphrey went to Barton yestcrdav to visit friends for a. few days.; Mr. and Mis. Walter Hinman who have been sper.:ling a few days in Boston returned home Tuesday morning. Albert Boeder has been spending a few days in Boston. William Pudney who has seen over two years' service overseas in the 117th Canadian contingent, has ar rived home. Mrs. H. A. Gaylor of Hill street is on the sick list. Mrs. O. G. Hardy visited her sis- ; ter, Mrs. Harry Moulton at St. Johns- ! bury Tuesday. ! Herbert Lane is home from Tufts College for the Easter vacation. j Marion and Dorothy Hamilton who lilvc becn vjsjtjK at Ernest Hamil- I t0K.S( went to St. Johnsbury Wed- ' nesday where they will visit friends fol. .. fcw days before returning to , their home at White River Junction. Mrs. B. O. Snauldinir and Barbara Lawson went to Glover, Wednesday, j to visit at Howard Spaulding's. j I County Court I Orleans County Court opened Tuesday, after taking a recess, and I the following cases have been taken up and disposed of: In btatc vs. Jos- sic Dwver alias Jessie Morse, rc- j spondent who had previously been i.rrr.ne.! for uUeiing a forged check, v. as .sentenced to states' prison for not lor;;; than IS month.i or more than !wo years; state v Frances Mc- Mann, charged with the killing ot Mrs. lienj. riper oi narwn, iF '- cut, pleaded guilty to manslaughter, and was sentenced to state's prison for life; state vs. Ed. Laflammc, the respondent pleaded guilty to brench of the peace, and was sentenced to L. 1, ,. l" a inn frtt nnt lnctt , thun HCven months not. morc than two years. The jury were excused for the term, on Wednesday. Court will probably take final adjournment this week. The following granted at this 1 en vs. Edith Df wilful desertion. Alice M. Home v scrtion: Beniarr ' Cutler, bill gra Will H. Odell vs. Lillian M. Udell, Diii granted for desertion; .Mclvina A. Storey vs. Arthur Storey, bill granted for refusal to support and intolerable severity. Sunday, March 30, 1919 First Baptist church, II. B. Rankin, pastor, frank O. Cunningham, sup- l''y pastor. 10.15 morning service, preaching by r rank V. Cunningham, subject of sermon, "Who Cares;" 12.00 Bible school, come and review the teachings of the quarter; C.30 Young People's meeting; 7.30 Even ing service the Odd Fellows and their friends are to attend. Subject of tho sermon, "Morality at the Cross;" 7.30 Monday evening meeting of the Bible 'study class. Subject "God." This class is open to all who wish to study the Bible; 7.30 Thursday eve ning, Praise and prayer meeting, "Galatians five;'' Thursday evening, rehearsal of the chorus. The Bible study class showed an-' other increase in attendance last Monday night. There is still room for others. The last of the studies about "God" will be given this com ing Monday night. After that the study of "Satan" will be given. A review and summary of the teachings about God will be presented Mon day night, so that all who plan to. get tho series should make a special effort to be present. Mr. Cunning ham makes a specialty of Bible teaching, and is giving a series of expositions of Galatians at the Thursday evening prayer meeting. At the meeting of the city council held Thursday evening H. H. Green, -W. J. Harrison and W. R. Magoon were appointed Fire Engineers. It wns also voted to donate the use of the tea rooms the coming season for the benefit of the hospital fund. Miss Jennie Lawson arrived home Friday night from hcr school at Lyn donvillc for a weeks' vacation . .. All Odd Fellows are invitod to meet at the Odd Fellows hall Sunday evening at 7.00 o'clock to attend in a body services at the Second Street Baptist church. All arc requested- to wear caps and badges. ' Vhc March term of the Orleans County Court had a short session, taking its final adjournment Friday afternoon. The following divorce cases were heard and divorces grant ed: Myrtic M. Bergeron vs. Lcpn A. Bergeron, bill granted "fpr desertion, and custody of minor chil dren decreed to libelant. Mabel ll. cPrry from Frederick C. Perry, bill granted for intolerable . severity. Libelant has leave to resume, her , former name, of George. . . E. W. Hartwell from Lillian B. Hartwcll, bill granted for desertion. Augustus Mossa from Gladys Mossa, bill grant cd for adultery.