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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEM11KR 2, 1!H!
IMUK FOUR St. Johnsbury Locals Don I'. Stilfs h.is taken si po.-'! lion with lh (otnniuiiity Chautau qua and is plai-iiiv. contract; for the summer enon in 1 hr Vermont towns. Mr. and Mr. Sreva Speare of Nashua, N U., have come here to' spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Goodrich. Guy W. Hill, sco rotary of thn Cal edonia County Bar Association, has issued notices of the annual moet i:ig to be held Dee. 2 at the Avenue House. Tlie important features of the meeting will he the consideration of a fee hill, the election of officers, address by Judge l' L. Fish and a supper by Landlord Pnlmev Mr. and Mrs. I red P. (iilmr.n aid Fred S. Woods are coming up from New Boston, NT. H., to spend Thanks giving at their homes. Rev. Samuel Shibley, pastor of the Sydenham street Methodist church of Kingston, Ontario, spent Sunday at the home of his sister, Mr. William Gill on Railroad street. Clarence A. Forrest of Boston has been visiting; his mother, Mrs. Jo seph Forrest of Portland street, and returned to his home Wednesday , A very successful card party was Jield at the home of Mrs. George C. Cory Thursday evening where 1" tables were tilled. The ladies and gentlemen played 500 and bridge and later in the evening refreshments were served. The party was held un der , the auspices of the Woman's Suffrage club. Mrs. Edward Smith of Grotnn, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. J. Davis, the past few days, re turned to her home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Stewart v isited at Frank E. Harris' Thurs day. They leave for California Mon day. Circle X held their first meeting since the war at the North church chapel Thursday evening and owing to numerous other gatherings fhe at tendance was not large. These offi cers were elected for the year: Pres., Miss Merle Chandler; vice pres.. Nel son Richards; sec. and treas., Miss Helen L. Steele; chairman of the social committee, Mrs. Steward. A social hour followed and refresh ments, were served. It was decided to keep up the organization and va rious plans were discussed for the coming season. Mrs. Emma L. Tousant, formerly of St. Johnsbury has been elected chairman of the Elementary Teach ers' Club of Melrose and Secretary of the Teachers' Council of Melrose. These organizations are at present day morning for her home in Wind arranging; a salary schedule and pre- sov where she will spend Thanks- paring to ask for a $400 flat raise. Economic conditions in Massachus etts as well as the impaired supply of teachers in all states are demanding this. Supt. W. II. Young's many friends will be glad to know that he is now able to get around the house and hopes soon to be strong enough to get outdoors. Mrs. W. B. Fitch is at Brightlook Hospital recovering from a recent operation for- appendicitis. Miss Ann V. Peck returned to New York City Monday after a stay of two weeks here. M. M. Counsel! is home from a two weeks' business trip to Chicago, New Yoi'k and Boston. ' Miss Colista Hackett of Derby Line is working at the Lougee and Smythe store. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brigham and children from Montpelier are visit ing his sister, Mrs. George Blake- y. ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Spraguc leturned Sunday from a week spent in Boston. Mr. Spraguc had the pleasure of seeing the Harvard-Yale football game Saturday in the Har vard stadium. Mrs. C. E. Waldron has been caring for the children dur ing their visit. On Wednesday, Nov. 19, Mr. John son, a representative of the Federal Hoard of Vocational Education, gave advice to about 25 disabled men of this vicinity. Some of these discharg-Lcurrcnt d soldiers filed their application for training several months ago and Mr. Johnson gave them every assurance that their claims would be followed tip. Miss Florence J. May has return ed from a two weeks' visit wMi friends in Braintree, Mass. Tho many friends of Julius C. Salina will be interested to learn that he will reach his eightieth birth day on Sunday, Nov. "0. Miss Minnie H. Rodey, who for over a year has been one of the faith ful operators at the telegraph oflice, concludes her services next week and Will spend Thanksgiving with her brother in Derby Line. After the holiday Miss Rodey will leave for Or lando, Fla,, where she will spend the winter with friends. A aurprise party was given Mrs. Frank Emmons by a number of friends Thursday evening. A six o'clock dinner was served and the evening spent in playing whist. First prizes were won by Mrs. A. Clifton Sanborn and Harry B Stanton, sec ond prizes by Mr. and Mrs. Kelson C. Ranney. Harvey G. Lapier died at his home in Wodjsville Wednesday ofter n short illness. He had been in the hotel business for the past 25 years, having been at one time proprietor of thVFiske House and Lindsay Inn at Vhiteljeld. Previous to that time he onduced a cut rate ticket office in t. Johnsbury for several years. Mrs. S. W. Flenming is taking a weeks vacation from the Woolworth Store. ''ail Ruridi.im of Boston i, vi-.it jnjr his unit her, Mrs. Martha Burnham. Edwin A. Cook, referee, of Orleans, hehPa hearing Saturday in the bank ruptcy ca-e of Frank Ilodsdon of Wiilden, at the office of Guv W. Hill. It. J. Farrow and family left' Tuesday for Torringlon, Conn., I where they will make their home. Mr. I Farrow has a good position in the machine shops there. Mrs. Ami Lanctot and two ehil-; dren, who have been visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Peter Gingras, the pa-i week returned to her home in Wnl- erbury, Conn., Tuesday. Dr. M. B. Hillegas, Vermont State Commissioner of Education, will be the principal speaker at a Get-to-gelhcr of the school teachers, the Board of Education and members of their families at the Summer Street school tomorrow evenin:-. Mr. it. .( ..:., ..;..,...,. . schools, Arranged the allair to bring the teachers of the town in closer co operation and acquaintance with the school board and with one another. Frank C. Currier of Luncnhurc was a business visitor in town Saturday, H. E. Cray of Watcrbury was here Tuesday to visit his people and on business. Rev. and Mrs. C. II. Merrill 'eft Tuesday for Washington to vi it their daughter, Mrs. Joseph Fail banli Mr. and Mrs. (). suending the. holiday C. Jones are. it her former home in Johnson. Mrs. Ahhie J. Balch will Thanksgiving with friends in hill. N. H. L-nAmi Have,- Miss Marjorie Aldrich will spend the. holiday with friends in White field. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Smith and son, Gordon, are in Boston for a few days visiting Mrs. Smith's sister. The First Chin-ch of Christ, Scien tist, will hold a Thanksgiving service in their church Thursday morning at 10.45 o'clock. Union Thanksgiving services will he held at the North church this eve- ning at 8 o'clock with the address by Rev. Harold Guy Don Scott. St. Johnsbury Council, No. 2SO, U. C. T., have decided to hold their an nual minstrel show early next year and the date will be announced later. Mrs. Cui iie Russolou who has been staying with Mr. and Mru Charles Blodgett on Spring street went to Barre, Tuesday, to see her sister, Mrs. Suitor. Miss Lora A. Varney left Wednes- giving. There will be no office hours at the Red Cross office Thursday night. Miss Varney returns here Friday. All Civil War Veterans have been invited to witness the presentation of William Gillette's Great Drama, "Secret Service," as the gues of the Please U Theatre, Ti anks;!ving afternoon. A birthday celebration was held at I the home of A. S Hall on Valley street Tuesday evening for Charles Hall and the affair was a complete surprise. During the evening music and games were enjoyed, duets were given by Mrs. Walter Elliott and Mrs. W. W. Furr and refreshments were served. Ten classmates and friends attended the happy gathering. Charles B. Carr has bought out tho interest of his partner, Henry J. Ju neau, in the Caledonia Garage and will continue the business at the old stand along the same lines which have made this garage so popular with the automobile public Mr. Ju neau is now in the Maine woods where George C. Caldbeck and oth er St. Johnsbury parties are develop ing their big lumber tract. The Cal cdoniu Garage is splendidly equipped for repair work and has a storage capacity of (5 cars. The December meeting of the Wo man s Uub will ne neia at rytnian hall Monday afternoon at .. o'clock and is in charge of the travel and events committee. Mrs. W. 1). Policy will speak on "My Impres sions of Japan." Mrs. F. G. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Burroughs, will spend Wednes day and Thursday at Newport. Mr. Burroughs plays for the Telephone Girls' ball there Thursday night. Mrs. Fred Crosby entertained sev eral little people Monday evening in honor of her little son's third birth day. Games were played and refresh ments were served and a very plea sant time was enjoyed by all. A party of (10 ladies and gentle men were entertained at the spa .cious home of Mrs George C. Cary on Thursday evening, Nov. 20, with bridge and "500." The proceeds of this pleasant affair go to further the work of suffrage. Miss Martha Gleason of Mcldocs has been the guest of Miss Martha J. Hall the past week. Some 75 of the parishioners of Rev. A. S. Woodworth gave the pastor and his family, a most delightful surprise visit Tuesday evening. They brought mxany gifts suitable not only for the Thanksgiving dinner ,but for many meals to follow. During the evening the guests furnished a pleasing enter tainment which included both recitals and music. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to all of my friends, the Church of the Messiah, W. R. C, and the C. C Club for so kindly remem bering me during my illness :.t the St. Johnsbury Hospital. Mrs. I). A. Houghton. ! R.iyo Cv left for i ...... 'i- I..., spnnt:tieid,(iiirnniMr I Mi-, lima Mde; is routined to I lir I lioti.e with jaundice. Mis Martha Kranilind of NYw j York U a e.ui'.-t at the home of A I r. i and Airs. ;-orge Crooks. ! Mrs. June l.v-ler of Wells lliv. i ' spending the week in town. .Miss llorothy Scribner who is at tending school at Burlington spent the holiday with her parents. A. F. Bonnier spent Thursday in j Newport. I Mrs. I.. I.. KliarL-rVvil vn..,.i 'i'i day in Concord with her daughter, Mrs. Blanche Lillicrap. Mrs. Joseph Forrest snent Tli. - nik - ! Hiving with her sister in Lyndonville. Miss Dons Carter from tin- Fair banks office spent Thursday with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Carter at East Th.nl rord. Mrs. Hay.cn Turner is spending a few days in Lyme, N. 11. Mi. and Mrs. Gero and family and Mrs. Carrie Douglas spent Thursday in Concord. Mi. and Mrs. E. E. Beattic of Lyndonville were guests of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Locke Thursday. The friends of Mrs. James Lonn ' will be glad to learn ne is t-a.inin f ' "om her recent operation at Bright- '""k hospital. I M- and Mrs. L. I. Leach spent j Thursday at her former hnne in Rycgatc. Merry k . aternian of Dart.routh i i.uuckc is spi-miing mo noiinny ivce ai tnc nomo ot his n:n'ont i"n ...i i I Mrs. Z. S. Waterman ' ' ! William P. Landry spent Thursday I with friends in West Danvillo ' i Mrs. .1. I) n!ik..n.r,.n.i ah dren went to Sherbrooke Wednesday I to spend the holiday with Dr. Ba - I chand s people Bert Gallup of Concord was here Wednesday on business. miss uarriette Jennison snent j Thursdoy at her home in Pcacham. Dave Reggie spent the holidav with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Reggie at Strafford, N. II. Omedias Beliveau was here Tues day from Kirby on business. Oscar A. Langis spent the hnli 'ay at his home in Berlin. MisN Bertha Lemienv W Rn,.il.i N .H., was here Tuesday. ' Harley Cole has resigned his posi tion at the Peck Co. store and ha gone to Boston. Miss Sadie Lr.Mear ;.vt TV. day at her home i:i Lyndon. Marshall J. Infrrabar! of f!u was the guest rf hii i::'cr, U- G. Darling, for Thank tn . Frank Kerr is at Lyndo' i where he has an exten; ivis ii I: d.i- ing electrical work. Joseph Lamontagne and dar.ehter J Mis AlWtinn i . I u-rfn.j..r T--r..l7'"- and nXstn ' v" vK"Z. I visit. ... fc .f i ui rt WUl'ftA Mr. and Mrs. John Tann have moved to their new home on Forrest. Ave. Mrs. F. II. Carter of Derby Center was hero Wednesday on business. D. C. Horner is confined to t, house by illness. Louis Kimball went to Bath Wed-1 nesday to spend Thanksgiving. Miss Emma Green went to Groto-i Wednesday to spend the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hersey spent Thursday at Hardwick. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Grant and Mrs. Helen Grant of Windsor were here Wednesday to visit Mrs. Demie Fisher over Thanksgiving. Miss Sadie Stephens of Lyman, N. II., who has been hero visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L. Stafford, returned to her home Wednesday. Mrs. A. W. Adams is homp finm visit to tilen Falls. Mrs. Lena Tousant went to Brat. uchoro W ednesday to spend Thanks giving witn her daughter, Mrs. Aii.o.s Jones. mr. and mis. rred Conley went to Windsor Wednesday to spend Thursday with their daughter, Mrs. jonn wiikie. 1 1,... f cn:i. i , , ... v.. ouira ami lamnv ami miss t'.lizaheth l.albrailh and Miss Edith l.albraith .spent the holiday at Mi J. R. Galbraith's at Passumpsie. :nr. anft Mrs. Charles Rogers of Lancaster were the guests of thcii daughter, Mrs. Fred Walker Thurs day. vi : .,. T-i . miss ranny siayton spent i iiaiiKsgiving with her sister, Mrs. W. R. Laviolette at Woodstock. Mr. and Mrs .Freeman A. Pierce have gone to Melrose, Mass., to spend the winter with their daugh ter, Mrs. Dwight Drew. Miss Marion Merrill attended the first entertainment of the Lecture Course at Lyndonville Tuesday night. Miss Jennie aGdapee of Boston is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gadapee a few days. Miss Muriel Somers spent Thurs day at her home in Barnet. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith and Harold Abbott spent Thursday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Somers at Barnet. EAST RYEGATE Orpha Bedell was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. M. Bedell, in Woodsvillc part of last week. Mrs. Jcanette Smith of Mclndoos was a guest at Clarence Bedell's one day last week. Mrs. H .G. Hayes has been ill the past week. Miss Underhill of Woods ville was caring for her. Miss Margaret Bailey of Newbury is at H. G. Haye's for a few weeks. READ TODAY'S ADS MOTION AT BEEBE More than guc.-ts attended the reception tendered to Mr. and Mrs. ... i i.' i: j f. T.' l liinur iiiiinei' ner ai 1 11 i ri- I tus) :d thl hniw o Ml'' aml Mrs' J- F. Feltus in Beebe, Friday cven- I "" Nnvenihcr 21. Thn.se preseiU I int luIr.l many friends from out of town Mr. and Mrs. Klingncn were assist ed in receiving by Mrs. Klingner's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. F Feltus The young ladies assisting were Mrs L. B. Pierce, sister of the bride, Mrs. C. F. Bellam, Miss Maud Akin and Miss Dorothy Flint. The bride was attired in spricot silk with georgette and trimming of silver lace and wearing Orphelia ros es. Mrs. Feltus was attired in black crepe meteor and wore red carna tions. The drawing rooms were prettily decorated in red and white carnations and presented a very attractive ap pearance. The color scheme of the dining room was carried out in yel low and white. The wedding cake occupying the ' 'ots of V('"ow an'l white chrysan- i1'1'14- , , ,. . I dainty and delicious refreshments I were served by Mrs. II. S. Beano 1 N.K . m Misses II. Beebe, 1). Augor and Music was discoursed throughout the evening by Mrs. George R. Feltus, assisted by Frank Clifford, leader of the Harmony orchestra. Presents, which were numerous costly, included cut glass, china, sil ver, linen, pictures and electrical appliances. ! The groom is a mechanical enginer j at Butterfield & Co. The bride is i one of Beehe's poplar young la j dies. I iV,,s- A,l)p(1 M"Kon ol Newport i was tho c"te,c' - : Railroad Would Have Receivership Ended I BOSTON, Nov. 21 A petition for I the discharge of the receivership of (the Connecticut River railroad has j been filed in the United States court j by Charles F. Choate, counsel for the .. n.i l : ...:ti i (u.i, i, unit a iiir.uiiiK will lie kivcii UM t A I. .. i ;, . ' - the petition before Judge Morton on iNOV- lov. 25. The Connecticut River Railroad V placed in the hands of a receiver i at the same time as was tlie Bosto". & Maine. Tho petition states that the appointment of a receiver was necessary because of the receiver ship proceedings against the Boston & Maine, which held a lease of the Connecticut River Road, underwhich it was bou'id to pay all of the ex penses, the interest and principal on all of its outstanding obligations, as well as the guaranteed dividends on its capital slock. The Director Gen eral of Railroads now has charge of the road. The Boston & Maine has applie 1 lor the discharge of its receiver, on the grounds thai a plan of consolida tion has been arranged, when ad vances of money from the Director Ge.ioral are made, so that a continu ance of the receiver is not needed, the petition says. PASSUMPSIC Miss Helen Judkins has returned to her homes here. The promenade was quite well at tended here Friday night. Mrs. Nelson Rash and Mrs. Char les Bandy were called to Lyndonville Thursday morning to the funeral of M'rs. Peter Hubert. Mrs. Cora Fulford is gaining from her recent sickness. W. S. Willard is having a 15 days' vacation. Harry Rash is substituting for Mr. Willard on the mail route. Mrs. Robert Wright and Miss Davison of Lyndonville spent Thurs day with Mrs. Richard Wright. Louis King who has been hunting has returned home with n deer. Miss Julia Bruce is suffering from an infection on her face. There will be a masquerade " and promenade Friday night, Nov. 28. Gideon Tousant has finished work in the mill. , WEST BARNET . ' A red flannel hash supper' .was given by Lakeview Grange Wfcd.ties day from five until eight. A gcod crowd was present and a social tiit'C enjoyed afterwards. Mrs. Julia Carter returned to TiV ton, In. 11., last Monday with her son, Charles Carter, for an indefinite stay, jj Mrs. Fred Ilastic visited Mrs. Wil liam llastie last week at East Pcach- im. The court trial by Lakeview grango was given at Barnet Friday': night to a good sized audience. Miss Clara Dopp was St. Johnsbury Saturday. Mrs. Clara Kinerson and Mrs. Lau ra Hastie were in St. Johnsbury last week. Miss Thressa Blain and Frank Blain were in Danville Saturday io Arthur Roy s. Mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson of"! East Peacham were guests at Mn.. Jennie Stevenson's the first of the week. I" SERIOUS KIDNEY I Government Inspector! IiTRoclieitcr Prai.e "FRUIT-A-TIVES". MR. R. B. O'FLYNN 89 North Union St., Rochester, N.Y. "For live long years, I was aflliete.l with Slouiacli, Liver imi Kiihity Trouble, Tfiii t developed into serious Bladder Trouble. During that lime, I am safe ia saying I tried over J different remedies without relief. 1 I saw a testimonial of, I think, a Montreal mau about Fniit-a-tives and concluded to make one mora trial. By the time the sample, bo.v toes finished I found quite an im provement ; and when 1 had finished aiiOc. box, there was a grand improve ment far beyond my expectations. To make a long story short, E believe "Fruit-a-tives" or Fruit Liver Tablets the best Slouiacli, Liver and Madder Mcdiciue tho world has ever produced". K. B. O'FLYNM. Government Concrete Inspector. GOc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial sisw IKc. At dealers or from FR I I'l' A-Ti V KS Limited, OGDENSBL'RU, N. Y. AMERICAN ORGANIZATION FORMED IN VI Fifty Representative Vcr montcrs Join in a Na tional Movement Death to radicalism, Bolshevism, tho I. W. W., and all anti-American movements, and life to the great American principles on which the United States of America is founded, was the spirit which permeated thi gathering of Veimonters at Burling ton Friday evening. The meeting was called for the purpose of organizing Vermont as a part of the great na tional movement for 100 per cent Americanism, which is now sweeping the country. There were about 45 men present from all parts of the state, and the meeting was decidedly successful in its purpose. Not only was the organization of a state-wide anti-radical movement set in motion, but a step in advance of any other state was taken when, o-i motion of S. Hollistcr Jackson of Barre, tho assembly voted to 'idivit members of the American Legion to this new organization without dues. A few minutes later, again on motion of Mr. Jackson, it was voted thtit Vermont recommend to the national committee in charge of this move ment for Americanism that members of the American Legion be admitted without dues to membership in this new organization throughout every state in the union. The passage of both these motions was unanimous. John M. Thomas, president at Mid dlebury College, presided at the meeting and when the lime came to effect organization of the new move ment, the name of Dr. Thomas was presented and ho was elected unani mously as chairman of the state or ganization. Other officers elected were: Vice chairman, Fred A. How land of Montpelier; secretary, James P. Taylor of Burlington; treasurer, E. S Kinsley of Rutland. Nearly 50 of the leading men in the state attended the gathering and it was announced that in February there would be a membership drive. The quota for Vermont to finance the organization $5,000 and it was all pledged at the meeting. No representatives from this sec- ! tion were present at the gathering, but Frank II. Brooks of St. Johns bury was invited and Judge L. P. Slack sent a letter regretting he could not attend. PASSUMPSIC The Thanksgiving exercises at the school Friday were well attended, the children all had their parts well. There will be a masquerade prome nade Thursday night at the hall. There is no school this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wright and son Fred attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Lebourveau, Monday at the Episcopal church.- Mrs. Lebour veau had made her home for more than a year at Chas. Whcaton's. She suirered a severe shock two weeks ago Saturday from which she never fully recovered. Phone Your Want Ads to The DAILY CALEDONIAN Phone 660. ROUBLE Ohy Dot a for Christmas? In st'lcctinc vour Christmas yii't h-.i liotfiu- luw.!,-: could lie given your friends Sfafi'ordV Speeches. The published addresses of Judcre Wendell V. Stafford, eontainino' his f.mmiw fi-i- Imtes to liobert Burns, Thaddeus Stevens, Congressman "Tom" Bartlett of Lyndon, and many other Vermont historical addresses. Price $1.5(1 postpaid. The Land We I jOvc. The latest hook of poems by Judge Stafford, containing many patriotic as well as other popular selections. Trice $L2o postpaid. Horace Ward Kailey Vermontcr. A notable tribute to this well-known Vermonter. Contains his choicest humor, his valuable contributions to the history of the state, and his letters to the Vermont papers. lias his portrait as the frontispiece. Price $1.50, postpaid. History of St. Johnsbury, by Rev. Edward T. Fair banks. The most readable town history in the state. Former residents of St Johnshnrv and nrosont mswinntu should read this fascinating rnce postpaid. What other Vermont want; . in BYtfiE corner garage IMC ...... A BANKROLL retains its youthful vim and vigor after a visit to this repair shop; we don't put much of a dent in it. If you are out for excellent somee and your money's worth, don't overlook us. High Praise for ' Barton's New Pastor! The Congrcgationnlist of Boston I has a portrait in its last issue of Ilcv. J. J. Hutchinson ,lhe new pas tor of tho Barton Congregational church, who is well-remembered in this section because of his eight years successful pastorate in Lyndonville. Tho Boston paper says: "The new pastor of Barton, ltev. J. J. Hutchinson, is making a good start this fall, beginning his ministry there in October. Mr. Hutchinson was horn in Belwood, Out., Canada. From McGill University he went to the Congregational college in Mon treal, graduating in !)(((!. Following student preaching in Forest, Ont, (Iran by and Brigham, Que., his first pastorate was Fitch Bay, Que., for four years. Then followed eight years in Lyndonville. where he did a strong constructive work, receiving 84 members into the church, baptiz ing 115, marrying 102 couples, and conducting 187 funerals. He' preach ed in North Kirby Sunday after noons and performed valuable service for that little church. During tho past summer Mr. Hutchinson has served a church in Athelstan, Que. "In the fellowship of ministers and churches and in community service Mr. Hutchinson has been a leader and a helpfjil, inspiring personality. He is heartily welcomed back inlo Vermont." DERBY Mrs. Shedd, Mrs. Myron Cleve land's mother has been ipiile ill since her return from Boston. J. C. Hay returned Saturday night from a fortnight's vacation spent in Massachusetts. The first team of basketball players of tho Academy went to Craftsbury Friday night for a game with the first team there, hut failed to bring homo a winning score. Mrs. E. O. Silver has returned to her homo in East Orange after be ing here for some time settling up the sale of her farm property. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1). Goodrich who have been carrying on the Silver es tate for some years, go to their new home in Mcndon this week, it is ex pected. ' : Oscar Abbott, who has been laid up for several months with an in- Vermont Booh than any one of these: history of the scale town. books, no wor old do von 1 ' ti ARTHUR F. STONE, St. Johnsbury, Vermont j Vou'LLNeeDABICr ( BANKROLL TO OWN A ACQUAINTED With the PROPER AUTO i'ection ol the foot, has so far rocov- e,0(' tnat no is il'J'c t0 1)0 a,,out t,i(i house on crutches. Rev. F. E. Davison has returned from Burlington where he attended thn inter-church 'world . movement convention last week. He made thn convention tho subject of his sermon Sunday night. At a meeting of the committee of the United Sunday school it was I voted to begin services in the Bap tist church the first Sunday in De cember, also to put over the cvery member canvass Sunday, Dec. 7, as last year A committee was appoint ed to collect all out standing pledge-; in advance of that. date. , Tho travelogue lecture by Willis T. Sparhawk ai the Academy last week filled the hall and resulted in fjuitc a substantial sum to be divid ed between the two societies. " Last Sunday a federation of the two churches at West Charleston was effected, and the Rev. Mr. John son of this place was selected to supply the federation until April of next year when a permanent pastor is expected to be available. The Missionary meeting of the United church was held at the resi dence of Mrs. Harry Rice Tuesday afternoon. Thero was a good attend ance and a fine literary program was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs Cashmere of this vil lage liavo decided to move to Grove ton, N. II., and will soon leave for that place. Mr. Buck who has moved here from West Charleston recen"" 'is opened a general and grocery store in the Jenne block. Ulsl'ord Cargill who received an injury during the basket ball game at Craftsbury last week is ill at his home as a result of his injuries." Mildred Brewer, of Derby Line, a hist year's graduate, was a visitor at the Academy Monday. Po-rowed Dignity. She "Doesn't Charles look dl ttngutshed in that full-dress suit?" Ha 'How could he help It? That outfit In its tiny hat been on the backs of three football captains, two editors and the leading man In our last col lege production." Stanford Chaparral.