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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920
PAGE FIVE Carrying albn a Mile for less than a Cent Freight rates have played a very small part in the rising cost of living. Other causes the waste of war, under-production, credit inflation have added dollars to the cost of the necessities of life, while freight charges have added only cents. The average charge for hauling a ton of freight a mile is less than a cent. A suit of clothing that sold for $30 before the war was carried' 2,265 miles by rail from Chicago to Los Angeles for 16& cents. Now the freight charge is 22 cents and the suit sells for $50. The cost of the suit has increased 20 dollars. The freight on it has increased only 5 cents. Other transportation charges enter into the f cost of the finished article carrying the wool ' to the mills and the cloth to the tailors but : these other charges amount to but a few cents more. The $10 pair of shoes that used to sell for $5 goes from the New Eng land factory to the Florida dealer for a freight charge of 5?3 cents only one cent more than the pre-war rate. Bjef pays only two-thirds of a cent a pound freight from Chicago to New York. American freight rateHire the low est in the world. (TJte advertisement is published by the Sissaciation of Slailway executives Thnst lUslnng informatinn rnnrtrning tho railroad sUualinn may obtain literature hy writing to 1'ht Association of Hallway Executives, (ii Broadway, Xew Ynrh. "what arc the three creates! problems in China today." He replied, "three? There i.s only one, the prob lem of righteousness. If we had no sin in China we would have no prob lem." Sin has never ..eomed to mean so little, in America as : inee the Arm ifitii, for prodigality, sensuality, vio lence, disregard of Law, lack of re straint, immorality and other foim of in were never so active. If you think little of sin, go with mc to the Garden, and in i e cronr; see the Saviour in ngonirirg prayer. Why this awful aeony? It was be cause of human SIX. your sin and mine, the sin of a!! nun. Is sin a 1 little thir.g;? Walk with me a li'th ways "outside, the city wall, whera i too uear Lord was c ucined, who el is d to save us id!.'' Look on that, face in the center of the three on tho cross. O Lamb of God. why this awful scene'.' It was SIX. Sin is net imaginery. It is the hideous monster of the ages. It is not trivial, Im an awful thine;. Now. the s.'cre! o1' a happy home is repentance t'rom sin. for no homo can have tine hnppiiu. where sin rules. And, again, 1 urge veil to repent. j because "the wages of sin is death," i and, if wo do not, repent we must Ipirish, for "ho that sowcth to th" flesh, shall of tin1 flesh reap corrup tion." 1 love tho Bible. It is the first book I ever remember reading. I have gone through it.s sacred pages again and again, but I cannot find one ray ol nope tor the man living- in a Christian community like this who does not repent. 'But, sinner, lie not hopeless; "though your sins be as. scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; thouv.li the be red like crim son, they shall be as woo!." Your ' heavenly Father loves you with a mighty love, and can save you hut I you must repent. O, the great love I and longing solicitude of God to set j us free, and only those whom He makes free are free indeed. Fnally, in the words of our theme, I would urge you to repent for here is the "Secret of a happy home". Hut soma may say; "our home is happy, and we are not Christians". , Perhaps, in u measure, that may be I true, but none can know the fullest joy in a home where there is no Christ Ole Bull, the. rreat violinist, and 1 Erickson, the inventor, were great ; friends, but the latter did not cart for music, and never had heard Bull 1 play. One day the violinist came to Erickson's shop and played, and the j scientist was enraptured, and cried. , "play on, play on, I never before realized what my life lacked." One ; in a New England city a prominent j society woman came to me and said j "Mr. Bees, I am not satised with my I life. I am going- first to win my j husband to Christ. j !n a lew nights she had him pres ent, and ,when lly; invitation was Riven, she gently lifted his :.lecvc. and he rose. Then she sent for her two fine sons, from college, and they too, through her influence, came to Chri.-t. Later she said; "if you had suggested that my home could hi happier I would have taken issue with you. But what a change since we may be naught with temptations danger that would not come to he mil : if -ilc in OP ; he , n t:a "in i I . . IV ,v iiil tin imiiuiiiii in muu ilitd His righteousness, and all these lighted parks and entertainments that things shall be added unto you.' Wil-, keep them out late at night and liam Colgate, a lad of Hi. had to leave j above all from the promiscuous pub home, and met a canal boat captain lie hall. Ho not be so anxious about on the towpath. who asked him where your daughters choosing some cm he was going. 'To the city, to reek: ployniLiit in store or fact on- life that my fortun?.' 'What do you know how to do'." 'To make soan and rar.dles.' . 'My boy, you may be the greatest. ! soap manufacturer in the country, if you wil! build on Mutt. ;-:::.', 'See': ' ye fir.-t the Kingdom of God." Wil i li:;n; Colgate never forgot it. At ! once ho started in tho Christian life, i He opened an account 'with the : Lord.' cud began to five one-tenth , of his income for religious purpose:-. ; Later, as lie prospered, he i tenths, then a half, and before hi i death was giving away nearly his whole income. He became eminently successful, both as a seap manufac ! turer, and as a man of wido Chris tian influence. 'First', net education, not money, not anything else but "the Kingdom of God.' Build tin; foundation first, then the superstruc ture. The highest buildings must have the deepest foundations. The Woolwoitli Building in New York has foundation.-! over one hundred feet deep, and rests on solid rock. So the foundation of a true character will be down deep, out of sight, but will rest on the. 'Bock of Ages.' ' some wed DIGNITY ; aid : Keep : voling, oh- j t nn-o in pray uard pure i id l! t!ia. she were a dome regulated family. ii'ivi,JSi'MERE To t lie young lnd;o your own counsel wa: tain information o::i;, uniform, and then w.'.t li and li st you enter into temptation. i with i very cost the keen, char. ive two-i judge oi your modest ry. I Give every man to underMan you are a lady. In the itude.-ty of your attire, and your hearing create an atmosphere of dignity and puiity beyond which men will not presume to penetrate. Some women have few temptations; to others they come like the rolling of the sea. Much of this is determined by the woman herself. It i.s estimated that out of throe- hun dred thousand erring women in this country, whose average lives are only five years, that one-half of the num ber at least, have been snared, some times bought and soid to this life of shame. j I cannot understand how a voting i X j . - 1 ' " I ? -. . ..- . -. t . ...... ...?r-1 ' -.-.. ...... ' ... .. V, TN'Ci" KASI' -( ur cricn v. it!-, pre "ii 1 hy a'i:-ia:'tiaa' to otvnoaib-e w..a id., .'U a-si ri.iy ;.!:.- ni. p.i; avnter )'..,; ni-', - r.r.d m re, 1 hey will a .. , Parnienter roli-ey -,ii:s-i. ; ';!,! Nti :.! . itnuc .in-1 ! '''" -j il fit r !:. h:m n i;u,:i:ii'!- .. ' va! " -..,;!;: fanner s!iiii:!tl liavc a ;.u;.;.!- . ;' ii. The i'lii'vo-, e e.. ai (.'. n.r. : Axs'll cat i ;, ;:;;t en a cam;-.;:;,, i w. . Iiell);a;,' m a ptnt-l-cal v.i.y ! uliV;--: lizers ei i.l.reiei: I's.l "i ta .v ,, m.ttt-ria!l n-durod fr.;.i tho:.-: .... . I!u IV.mctiter V 1'olsey . -a'! si;;- I'A !! MI.N'I'l' K r.i ii Ani.arl t , roj..-.i-Y n. V . I'll kin; L4ii.'. . .....l.. -St A. iiJ.. is it I, is it !?", and then .Im went out. It was night in blind ahar.doned .'v u.-i.h rr ; it was night 'What will you pain bv becoming woman, born in a home of purity, !..,,,,.,. h, ChristiansV First, this will keen on' of your lives the things that harm, ltemember that 'the bird with a brok- i en w-ivg can never lly so high again,' and a young person with a bail habit may overcome it, but it will leave its star. Boys, cut out cigarettes. It is the univirsal judgment of all com petent persons that they are itiiuri- i ous. A college president in my hear- ehurrh. Oh, let me s , ing announced to the voting' men. 'von 'i 5'nu desire a better umr.oi, play ball in this college un less you sign the tobacco pledge,' be cause tohi.cco interfered with physical vigor. On the I'ennsylvania railroad no engineer who smokes cigarettes can run a fast train, because the habit dulls the brain. Degeneracy follows excessive cigarette smoking; it is probably nearly as injurious as opium. Klimir.ata the use of intoxi cants; 'remember the Sabbath Dav. lihould go out into the life of which tho Bible r-ays, "Their feet take hold on hell." More difficult indeed is it to understand hc-.v one who assumes the sacred vows of the bridal altar should so soon forget and what, could 1 say if in this audience there are those who have forgotten the purity of moth-jr, arid the standard.-, 0f the y to you that life, whatever you have done God loves you and longs to set you free, and i.s declaring for you tonight that wonderful .state ment with the emphasis of the centu ries, "Him that comet h unto me I will in no wise cast out." Seek ye the Lord while He may be found." Monday night the laymen's pro gram was repeated. 1J. C. A. Bab- ooek of the Methodi::t church presid- ri'iiie. of -It I to keep it holy.' Thev who gain the i '' C. Potter of the South church spiritual uplift of the Sabbath are ' ItiU' the Scripture. Prayer was oll'er better fitted to cone with the week's ; e;l by Chaplain Chauncey A. Adams really known happiness unti. j (( ,,,.,1 UKiCMAKBU i Itees Answers Queston "Is There a Hell" (eoliiililied from pave one) ery. The rich man l ea; in:;' aero:;.-; tile gulf Abraham saying: "Son re member." It'u a Biblical and ;--eien-tiric fact we do not forget. e have aomctimes thought wo have, but alas! in a moment when we thought not, it came hack from the store-house of memory. Just to bo separated; ju.-t to remember, will be quite punish ment enough for those who would, not accept Jesus Christ as a p r.-oaa! Saviour. I have prayed over this seimon and pi-cached upon the subject many time!, but if I were as scholarly a . Gladstone, or as polished as Cicero, as ornate as Burke, and a. effective a; 1 omostlicnes, as Biblical as Moody, as pathetic as Gypsy Smith, as earnest as William Sunday, I could never make you feel what you will realize the mameitt you pus-; the boundary line. As eeitain a; the aisle going thru the vestibule leads into the night, a life of sin leads to eternal night. As c Haiti as the aisle coming this way leads to this plat form, a life of faith and obedience, leads to eternal glory. Which way are you going? "God so loved the v.-orld that ile gave Hi. only btgo;-t'-n Son that whosoever believeth on Him shall not perish but have ever lasting life." The audience Thur-day night at the Bees meeting- win a largo one, nearly tilling the Method i.-t i'.piscopnl church, where the services will be held for the pre -out. Sev ral organ izations from vaHous chu ches were present in a body. The Evangelist's heme was "The Secret of a Happy Home." Be said in part: "I have twice had the. privilege of preaching where Paul preached so long ago. on "Mars Hill," .Mien.-, and each time I could take inr a text only bis iiiinio'i uil words, in Acts 17, .'Hi: "Tho tiairs of this igno; iia.ee God winked a1 ; bill now commandeth all meii verywheie to repeal. " While Mand ing there I seemed In see tin- Great ApoitU approaching I hat historic snot. Led by the gentle pressure of tho Athenian crowd. He ascend by a series of limestone steps a height of l-lt feet, and firi-: there a broad plat eau. Like other places of public assem bly in A then it- is roofle-s, under the open sky. Around him and cut in the .-olid tock are the elevated seats of the Areopagite judges. Below him and to the north and north-west is a city of temnle.i and altars, of theaties and statuary, the wonder of the world, iiiid the utmost achieve ment of art and cullure. Crowned above all by that colossal heathen goddess, a'iko of war and of wisdom protecting the art, th" philosophy, and the religion of Athens. Standing on this rock. platform, with theso sui roundin;;.-, the apostle Paul delivered his marvelous address to the Athenians, takiajf as a starting point an inscription he saw, "To the unknown God," from which he. called attention to "the God in whom we lire, and move, and have our our be iiv;.;" Beferiiig to this inscription Paid said: "the time.; of this ignor ance God winked at, or overlooked, but ;;ow commandeth all men every where to repent." In speaking- from Mars hill, and goin;'. over Paul's address word for word, I was most impressed by that little word "iiow". Is it possible 'thai more than USUI) years ago the great apostle standing- here cried, "nor commandeth all men to repent'."' What then should be the emphnsis on the "now" in the 20th century'.' Whet dionld be the emphasis here, in this beautiful town, w here I he gospel has been preached so long and faithfully, and where many of your leading cit izens have been -disciples of Christ'.' It is an imperious summons; not '.-uggests", but "commands." I would urge all to repent, first, be cause all have sinned. Gladstone once aid "one of the worst symp toms of our age is the decay of the sense of sinfulness." We minimize sin by dividing if into sins of "omission", mid sins of "commis.-ion," but God doc not thus discriminate. What di!!:Tiice. does it nial," to you fath ers whether your children do what you tell them not to, or refuse to do what you tell them? It is initial disobedience in cither case. A Chi 'ncjc statesman wuj recently asked. - never nov.': I There are homes represented i tonight that are not what they to be. Fau!t-f,ndingb, coldness, j tshness, sin have crept in. : Christ into your home and set a dill'erence it will make. I We should repent, hcc.ui. e. i: augment the happiness of he,-, for "there is joy in heaven over ! anner that ripentelh." What i buy conversion will cause a .r I service in heaven? Lot us hen : night be wise enough to make i homo and heaven happy, bv -. here used self- Invite what ; will ,ven,- one else to both iiir.1 . anee ol sin. ' hat is repentance.' It i-i "right-about-f-iee.'' It result from the Holy Spirit showing us our sins, ami-turning us back to God. II is putting God first in your lif ;, in your home, in your business in yciu friendships. . O, that many, many homes in St. Johnsbory may from this time be truly happy homes, because they will invito Jesus Christ in confess to Him their sins, and live in the joy and strength of His fellow hip." ' task than they who wa.tc it.s hours, Have the best associations. 'What we earn in the day-time goes into the pocket; what we spend in the even ing goes into the character.' Keep Christ 'on the walls of your mine).' The mother of a college boy visiting him, found his study walls covered by cheap, objectionable pictures. She raid nothing, but went and bought a : beautiful picture of 'Hofman's i Chri. t,' and hung it there. Later, she found the other pictures gone, and he said 'They did not seem to lit in witn ! that Christ picture.' "Put into your lives the things that arc helpful. Putin prayer, not mere ly 'saying' prayers by rote, but really talking with your Heavenly Father. Put in real Bible study, for this Book will be a 'lamp to your feet and a light to your path'. Put in Christian work, which is the 'exercise your soul demands to be strong, 'put the Church into your life a,nd your life into tho Church in sincere devotion. Jesus knocks at the e!oor. of your heart, my dear boy and girl; will you not let him in, that he may 'abide with you'." Then you shall climb to iho heights of your best possibili- Au audience of women that filled the Auditorium of the Methodist church Thursday night heard Dr. Bees on "the 20th century Sodom-Kevis-d." While he followed similar lines of t! ought as in the fcilk to men last Sunday, it was particularly adapted to women, anil those present were tleeply moved by it. Instead" of "Profanity Street" he used iii his address to the women "Gossipinc;- Street." Gossiping, he said, is the ability to see things as i they are not, and then advertise what ! they assume to have seen, declaring i that thi'i-o was no ni-in or woman in i the country whose future could bo I made very dill'erent 'nd embnvi using I by eaeaLing a wrong uunrcssion con- of Danville. Brief talks on "What Jesus Christ has Done for Me" were then given by the following: William Stevenson, of Grace church: "This is a personal c-ucstion. t cannot ans wer it for my neighbor or a friend, but only for myself. Christ has help ed to overcome sin. I have found it hard to resist temptation, and have been able to elo it only in Christ's strength. Christ has shown hia great love for mc in dying for me, and 1 am ftrateful. We cannot have Christ fully in our lives unlesi we surrender fully to Him. He must, have undivid ed service. I would live each clay so n to nlense my Master, and witness ) for Him." j Charles Boss of the South church:! "If I were to express in two words my thought about the subject they I would be these, 'God Knows.' In the ! Fifties there came into this county; an evangelist who did a great work, i and on July 1st, ltifiS, 1 stood up for j Christ, and' I want to ;-ay to all that ; I have never been sorry. I have had a varied experience since then, but i i:. ; it was night m the soul of the 1k- tr.iyer; ni.lit upi :i the path lie n,i; -i tread forever. And now in view of His own impending ia: ion, under the. verv shadow of the cross. Il-j uses these uioa-.er.ts ' Divine calm lies:; to : u tain the hearts of Hi ; fol lowers, when He said "I. '! no! your heart be troubled; y.- b lievc in God, believe al.-) in me. In my Father" ; j house are many mansions; if it wen-1 not .o 1 would have told you. 1 go to prepare a place for yo.i.'' Heaven is not on!,.' a city but a! prepared place for a special purivjsel that the Father in 'he fulness of; time can bring into one citv all who1 . . . i a 'c i'i ' is'. .Ir -us. It .; pared place for a pro-i-nxd not for every one without to a previous condition of thou he-art and life. He wa; speaking- to His own in the upper room when He said "I t o to prepare a place for you," and 1 fear there are those who sing "When the roll is railed up yonder, I'll be there." and "That will be glory for me" will it ally never be there,, or know of its glory unless pot ted thev very soon chiing-:' thiir mode of! Miss living. MSI15 com rcily V'e:!di?i;. Or ii IhnviV o'i Mr. and ' pretty so a in prop reference At Wodiies';: y Cai pentt r b Col burn at parents, Kr poster, No wt-'.ein! vel'i.ie; .', ",l-ile thi th.- home i-id . ! sp: hi! ! of t dial les -W hiir. . A ! ht, relativ Dr. gri'e-r.'wona iVi p:.r witnessed . l-'t rcr li fe i oniony hack-: i (.urn which v.a th of the S e'.uri U of w "cliihe r. perl'o i'ii" eounle .-t-.je; o! i - i itK ;;:!. lich me I In Dr. Rees Describes Visit to Egypt Dr .Bees gave at St. Johnsbury Academy Wednesday morning and beforo the students of the Junior High school Fiidav moining a most interesting address on hi. land of the pyramids greatlv enjoyed by th The address abounded in information and was interspersed with many per sonal anecdotes. Dr. Bees said his dragoman gave his name as Abraham and Isaac and Jacob, and like all Mohamiii'idans wa I supposed to pray live times a day. When he was busy, however, he did all his praying at night whe n he got through his work. "Much of that kind of praying- i ' done in tin.- visit to the i-i., which was vounjr people. was (ieo aiiia 1 think that I may say that 1 have j C0Ulltl.V(" j,, .. , Fridav evening the Sunday school-1 C'erning them by gossip, 'of St. Johnsburyi were present in, 'fe i:5 struggle; none of us are large numbers, and each school pro- j H" a holiday. It is a battle at best j t ided a portion of the p'ogium. as j to live in this world. We- do not need I follows: Charles A. Shields presided. I'-'OpIo to say unkind, uncharitable ! Scripture reading, Stt.ivart Fai r, ofhings r.bout one another, but more I South church; prayer, Georgij F. of sympathy and prayer. Many a .'Chamberlain of Advent church; song, j woman would have been saved from ! "Stand up for Jesus", with whistling i '"' 'f her own sister had been more acconipanimenl, by Ba)itist eliureh; I recitation, ".My Bible und I", b.-. Lil- : liam Heyer, of Advent church; song, "Come, Great Deliverer, (tome," by South church girls' chorus; Bible Memory Work, by Miss Chandler', class if North Church: song. "Holy Night," Advent church; dialogue, Presentation of Medical Missions, in costume, Grace church; song, "We've ' n Story to Tell to the Nations," North church; tableau, "Bock ol , Age-s," Baptist church. Dr. Bees then spoke on "To the Heights.' People love the mountains ;ind you are fortunately sHuatoit amid -ome. of the most beautiful serin ry in the country. Mountain s have had a great influence on the chi'.racte-i-.s of people. Jesus w is born amid moun tains, passed his cm ly life among them, often prayed on a mountain, ; gave his most notable sermon 'on a ! mount', called hN disciples on a j C'hristlike. ' "Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye that are spiritual re I store such a one in the spirit of nieekne'vs; considering thyself, lest tiio'i al ;o he te mpled. Bear ye one another's burdens and so'ful-i'l the law of Christ." In the name of the : be l interests of your town, your j churches, and your homes, It t u -, ask ; God to forgive us our miserable go;- sip, and hereafter keep ourselves ab solutely oir this wretched "street." ! ADVICE TO MOTHERS j With reference to the sin of immo ! rality, he gaye both to mothers and ; daughters some practical advice. To mothers he saiel "Vnow where your I daughters suend their time, and with I whom they keep company, and do not assume because it, is your daughter : that there is no danger, for this sin , ha- robbed all das is and sometimes ! IVels it.; way into our best homes. mountain. was transfigured on uj Lducalion, money, position and mountain, from a mountain he wept ; c.vcn church r.iombMv.hip is no guar for.lhc sins of his people, on a niouii-1 anti-e against its cncroachmi'iits. tai'ti he was crucified, and from a , Make companions of your daughters, mountain rose to heaven. All young j explaining to them the mystery of people; should aspire, 'climb towards ' life. By this companionship and la the heights'. Jesus hud a plan of life i tedligcnt instruction keep them from for young people, which was Ibis: I railing. Keep them from pionieiiadiiit; never laileil to rely upon tnose worus. watchwords, or better, 'heart-words , 'God knows.' " Fdward C. Smith of the North church: "What has Christ not done for me? I can monti-m but a few things. He changed me from a rough, careless young man; he headed me right. When 1 have, failed it has been simply that I have stood in the way of his doing his l est for me. I have found my larges', satisfaction in the Christian church and all it stands for. He has kept me so far as 1 have been willing. Tonight ho is as mighty as ever. 1 would not hold my self as an example, for I know best my own failures. 1 only know that I am better than I would have been hud I not tried to follow Christ." Bert Dean of the Advent church: "Chri.-t came into the world in obe dience to the will of God Mid eliec! for me, and I am gritcl'ul to Him. He has elone great things for me in keeping mc from evil. God has always been a present hedp. By the Holy Spirit He has Ird me into truth. He i.s able to keep all thai, He has prom ised. Christ has healed me; and help ed me. :d I want to recommend him to everybody here tonight. Mrs. Don C. Stiles was accompan ist, and V. A. Shield; and Mrs. Bees sang effectively "Face to Face." Dr. Bxts then preached on "The City Four Sepiare." He said in part: Text: John 11:2, "In my Father's house are many mansions;" if it were not so I Would have tcld you; I go to prepare a place for you:" My theme i; in one of the four sweetest words in the English lamr uage, "Mother, home, heaven, Jesus"; mother, dear mother; home, sweet home; heaven our everlasting home. "Jesus the name that charms our fears and bids our sorrows cense; 'tis music in tho sinners' ears; 'tis life and health anil peace;." The Greek orators used to arouse the great enthusiasm by the; use of one word "Marathon;" oven so I 1 Death ol" Mrs. Hutchins and Her Baby j May Estoy, wife of Harley Huteh- ins of 88 Portland r-troot, die,! on ; Feb. 18 and two days later her little ' (laughter, Elizabeth, lied, aged three . months. Both were buried in the cem j etery in the mother's home town at : Warren. Mrs. Hutchins leaves besid e; a husband, thr.'.-o children: Earl. 1 a.".ed Hi; Bairona, aged 7: and Buby, aged 5 years. She also leaves a nioth ! or, four brothers ami two sisters. Those coming to the funeral from out of town, were Mr. and Mrs. Bn.t Hutchins of Norihfielel, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hutchins of Monl police. Mrs. Mary Martin of Mai'shHcld, Mrs. Nettie Hutchins, Mrs. George Welch and Arthur Hutchins of Grotou, Miss Lottie Estoy of Warren and David Estey of Nuw London, Conn. Death of Howard Morrison at Fitchburg Howard Morrison died at his apart ments in Fitchburg,- Mass., on Feb. HI, after an illness of influenza only t'l hours. He enlisted from St. Johnsbury in the war, serving 1: months, of which if) months was spent overseas. He was a mend er of the Leominster Post, American Le gion. He is survived by a wife. Mrs. Edith Johns(iii;st Morrison, a brother. Charles Morrison of Providence, and his mother, Mrs. Elvira Morrison of St. Johiisbury, Mrs. Howard Morri- ei n in tin -.as prettily decorati ants and cut fi.iwers. Alice Hal! yt resided iua.no and with violinist, played ci remany and teiv.-d ihc parlor welding - laich. mony they pluyo! i'.liss ' 'n.-p-mei' mi,- ridf. gowned -n am- Georgette with be.idei in ieil a hoiKi'.iet. of bridi She was given away by her IL r .nltcisiiatit wa - M Morri of Manchester, N. II., a ela-si Miss Ca; penlor v. hen they a St. John-bury Academy. handsomely gowned i! otto crepe with iho . aia H' iv can it.-ti imii'c c i' ' She i; well rent, mbrictl a Kloi-e Masti n. Tho best man was Tli'una- an untie of the groom. Th line; be:;i,-iv; w re ilowar'l i and Eloi.'i l'crs'. They b riir.'s o'l the .Jem of a ross. Jli.x; (,!o:in !!( i a sel'.'ctioh I),"-1' is the bridal pa played Lobe Fo'.lowi'V.'- th Mr-ndcls.-'ohr ivade a Vf i i tl-d. cup i. v.al vi ry o trij d en tloiible i inv . i : ii i was ! Th" vi t'driu' parly il, im' y lunch o! tec cr: a nunc!:. The evenine,- wa.- s;it::t while the bride ; pared for their v.dd will take tlieni away for a v.'i 'I'll" bride ha.. !. en a v. ry stenographer at the. ollice of K: T. FaiVlKtuli. Scale nhiii! file groom i ; : epaitlliellt ef i! will i;i:i!; tlni Johll.-bury. in the Hi-!, i plant. Thev her. Among the Mr. and Mr Snringefili!. U hit. hi!! of uti: -Oi-lOWll r.tie -. Walter F. i Mass.; Mr... South llyT't", . and .'I i If. Pope of G i ii" maa S(. Johnshurv (!iri Ma Australian O s. 'It ; bu :- i ll e i;;d. ':il.. 1 'i'linma.s .n rial forces (.f oar E!i-:-d . Jli'llS to lea Johii.-.bury fr - )p!iia Pee;, ' lady, will 1 f her mnri-i; 'eb. S. to 'a it'.' of Hie Ai . The brid Academy a compl'ding bei- inn ir-al e fatinlil ma .it- in St. John-dun rmy. For the -ist t'l roe y has been rtnx-rvjsor of o relics sic in the public -c!;'l-i of i Cal. Crpl. Vate ; hi", a gal record, havii'.v . e:V".l I'oui- j tin: V"i!d w.ir. lie received Miss or St c-sle.l Oal.l: liam I rape gradi sou came on with, the uoity and Mrs. I oral i'n i '. n. i;. 'or nis W. H. Morrison of .Randolph also! in the Galtipoli canipnifn. hi came here to atfend the burial scr-ilion betnn-given in Bue ki) g! vice which was held on Weelncsday aftcrnoon. Mr. Morrison is well re membered here by the young people who were surprised and grieved to ' ace by King Cr i Yates will ma!, tralia in tin learn of his death. SUNNY SQUIELETS The Uni'ed States v.-ys three yt late in getting; into th" war, and parcnlly il is going urs np- ge. Cnpt. their home a:i. Capf. Yates will arm-,- ervi-jo. ic "'T "neglect the i ONES A siuitl'line.', snoezinc. child ceri'iipiy is a i cilectio". parents. To permit a child would arouse your highest, grandest, deepest emotion with this one imper- years late in gettn biL word "Heaven." Jesus has said farewell to Hie Bethany home, round ed the southern slope of old Olivet, he disnatclied some of his disciples to precede and prepar" fertile Last Sup per. Soon He follow-) and entering the upper room He nerves Himself to make the sad declaration: "Verily, verilv I say unto you, one. of you shall betray me." They t-aid "Lord. : more than n( A co id that 1 . -ystom and c: icthing serious to l;e about, three prom a com i ; peace signed. j il cruel. ' weakens the l.'aih-oad Gain ; awfully behind : turn into so during tho cold spell, but soniel hue ; j S. Pit-am. "W E. K8th St, ' thev get late enough so as lo f.t nest Ohio, writes: "I can't ji dav's schedule. , highly of 1' olry's Honey (When my I'll tie; girl has a c School book shortage worries the her Foley's Honey and Tar kids but little here in Northeastern I stops her coughing in a litt Vermont but tho uaner shortage will Children like it. It contains l make spilbull material scarce. SOLD EVERYWHERE.