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   Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 5, 1913, Acton, Massachusetts                                 WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBER 5, 1913  ■  "il'; jì  ■«re "O  JOHNSONS  ANODYNE '  ISiilT  relieves lame liiclr. snrc [uu?,clc3 and rheumatism.  USED 103 YEARS  nsa household remedy (or Internal and external ill?. I. Q. JOHNSON a CO., Inc.  Ooslon, Tilaso.  25c SoW  and //l -every-  soc (J Parsons',\«v/.erc  • J Wn \ ~  • rlvc relief to >>.Vs. /"-"¿-'A  ,,llin ! 19   .«¿i.» ^  LITTLETON  PAGß \ÎH!t£»  through I lie critical jn-riotl of mnlt-inL'. and your pullets to rapid nuitur-itv 1'u! them at. (hoi: - best, with  , /.■„. !o '.' /•. IM,I If .*-'. "'<  Sntir»:'«elil, i (,"..;iral».«'i-<l or In.,..,•>' lllicl;. Thn' « tV' '. a"' to in.'i'.i' Im-nry villi [cm)t:y. i;.,. Prilli PiVnf'ctnnt frivlv in 1-«-.-i»  (■■•ni'rv VoUFiin fri 1 " I'-i-in lice. d!).,-;eM riiis,  mill fout ..il.inc .I5r. I: :.•;■>  ti Ha.-' bw i'>-..i<-' •'.«J»,,,,, rui-iin/ .  ALBERT CARH, Northboro J. WADSWORTH & CO., Northboro H. A. McMASTER & CO., Southboro. C. B. SA WIN & SON, Southboro C. H. MEAD & CO., W. Acton TUTTLE & NEWTON, South Acton TAYLOR & SON. ACTON.  B. W. BROWN, Concord  Whitney Coal & Grain Co., Concord. ADAMS & BRID3ES, Concord.  C. A. PARMENTER &. CO., S. Sudbury ncdlorrt Co.»l & Grain Co., Bedford W A. HAYNES CO., Maynard I . GAUVIN, Marlboro.  Bet-iin o Palaccn, Berlin owes Its palaces and many of Its tinest huilriingB to Frederick William 1. 'Hint monarch had a passion for building, and transmitted it 10 others. Whenever lie heard of a rlcli merchant nettling Iti thn capital lie ordcri il him to build a residonco Id kfi-iiiUR with bin wealth, if the merchant oinyod ho was duly rewarded nnil many German families owe their 'itl.' of nubility to ail ancestor having bull Uni; house.  Tile Littleton Choral society ban organized with the following olUcers .Mr. Carter of Cambridge, director Clifford sIhmWI, pros; Frank Illhbard sec.; Mrs. U. \V. Prouty, trea».; Mi.,.,' Florence li. liartlett, librarian. The sight singing class will meet at 7.::u o'clock, i:, minutes earlier than Mi., regular choral clas3.  .Mr. Newcomb of Gardner has hired the center store and will sell meats and Groceries, tailing possession a-soon as .1. W. Thacher and Mis-Thncher can move Into the Douglas Wliltcomb house next door.  Leon Nash's family are movlug t„ Harvard, and it Is expected that Hen ry Knlglit's sister will take possession of the Nash bungalow as noon as it is vacated.  Beginning Sunday, Nov. 2, train number 170 will stop at Littleton I. IN n. in. This train stops at Concord Junction, Concord, Lincoln. Waltham. and Cambridge, arriving In Boston at r,.r>0 p. in. Sundays only.  Monday, Nov. in, Mrs. H. Josephine Hayward will address the Woman's club. Mrs. Ilavward linn addressed the club several times before now, and is always listened to with lteen interest.  Wednesday afternoon. Nov. .", Mrs. Fred S. Kimball will entortaln the ..lission study class of tho United Workers. The subject will be "History of tlie Monnonft." Leaders, Wei-lesley members.  At P. R. Priest's auction, held Saturday, two pieces (if land were bought by Harry Knights. The other, con-talning the orchard that boro 000 barrels of apples 1his year, was bought by Mr. Chandler.  Mrs. Kinma Kimball Lemley of Boston will give a travel talk on "China." relating many personal experiences at (lie Pnitarian Alliance, which meets this week Friday, afternoon with Mrs. Fmma Abbott,  There is an electric light boom, ami It is expected that many buildings will be wired for electricity this fajl.  Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hartwell entertained a party of Littleton friends at their home Inst week Thursday evening.  MANY DEEPLY MOURN  MAYNARD  OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY  pi,  P  Appropriate Programs Arranged by E. Socicty for Sunday and Monday Evening  The L'Jml anniversary of tho V. > ('. IC. of the Congregational church «as observed Sunday evening. There was a union service at which tho Hp-worth League and the members of the Methodist church were in atten-danre. The program consisted of an address or welcome by tho pastor, liev n. Ilutan, of the Congregational church, followed by congrega- 1  ionnl singing, after which prayer wan offered by Rev. A. Morrill Osgood, pastor of the M. R. church. Singing by tlie Vesper fpiartet, which included Misses Nellie Mann and Beatrice Run-derland. Harry Fowler, Wllllnm Baxter Hemarks wore made b>\Rev. A. Morrill Osgood.  ''alitor It. T. Anderson of the Christian Kndeavor World, who was the piiiielpal speaker of the evening, tt.'ive an eloquent sermon, during which he touched upon the wonderful growth Of the society throughout the world lie emphasized that the young people wi ve part of a world wide move,,!,m jjii, mormon proved to lie 1h>(!, interesting and Instructive, '('lie,,.  xv ,.|(. further selections by the Ve per ipiartet mid then congregational sineiiig followed by the benediction  I brought mi Interesting I close.  The society was organi,., ,i  m  x„ v .  1  ISl»l, by Itcv. Merrill Blane],  m |, then pastor of tho church. Hinii, Taylor was the first-president. It has Hour-' is,lied during the pant TZ  ; .. ir! ,. The society was first start, ,1 |, v  Rev. Francia IC. Clark of l'ort!;«!,,'. |„ the year of 1882.  Monday evening an aniiiv,.,.:.,,, ,mp. per was held in the vestn  n f the church nnd was nttended l, y mrm . hers nnd Invited guests. ,\i ::n grac« was said by tlio pastor. Rev Frederick N. Ttutan, after which supper was served until 7.30. There  wa!t  music and readings, after which :uinie» were played. The committee constated of Miss Sadie Stltt, chairman, assisted by Misses Sadie and Annie Carlielt. Pauline Bent. Lesale I.awion, Beatrice Sunderlnnil, Marion Towasend. Mabel Taylor. Agnes Nordberg. Clady» Tnv-! lor and Edith Carlson.  CHURCH BAZAAR  Accounts Transfftrible.  A couple of pickpocl:. :-'. had he.en following a rich-loukim: , ti for some nilmites, when they saw hi:V, enter a lawyer's office. "What shall ho do now?" asked one. "Wait for I lie lawyer," replied the other. "He'll have the swag and the other follow the empty pocketB."  FACT  Local Evidence  Kvidence that can bo verified. Fact Is wuat we want. Opinion Is not enough, opinions differ. Here's a Marlboro fact.  ou can feat It. t  Howard W. Deming, stationary en nlneer, Rock Court, Marlboro, Mass., fays-. "About a year and a hair ago, I began to suffer frorii Itidnoy trouble. ' "as In a bad way on account of tho Sidney secretions being retarded. Sometimes, the kidney tseerellonB <11(1 pass for seventy-two hours. Tim •if. tor, who was treating tnc, had to ''*■' an Instrument to relieve me. Ho ■■'I'-tiied me to go to the hospital for i'i operation. Thin, I wouldn't, con •"t to do. I finally began taking It 'Hi's Kidney Pills and found relief tltoost from the first. Ono .box mada in" feel llite a different man. I am ■nil using Doan's Kidney PIHb reg'.i liu-lv."  '•'or sale by nil dealers. Price Hi) rents. Foster-Mllbnrn Co. Btlffnlo w York, sole agents for tho Untied  '"dates.  "emomher the name— Dunn's—and '••lie nr> other  Littleton People In Large Number?  Bcwcd With Sorrow at Mrs.  Flagg'8 Death It Is witli feeiliigs of painful regrets mid heartfelt sympathy that we must record tho death of one of Littleton's most noble and widely beloved women. Mrs. Elizabeth Sanderson Flagg, wife of Charles F. Fla.'.'C, nasscd Troto our midst last week Tuesdey evening, at the age of t',1 years. Mrs. Flugg' 1 : Illness was of little more than a week's duration, and It was thought that her condition had materially improved when a sudden change heralded the "Crossing of the Bnr." and her gentle spirit had gone.  Funeral services were held from her home Friday afternoon, her pastor. Rev. H. L. Packard officiating, and Mrs. Priest and Mrs. Hartwell singing Lead Kindly Light," and the former singing "Rye Hath Not Seen Nor Far Heard" from "The Holy City." Mrs. Young accompanied at the piano. The service was most impressive, and the wealth of flowers was indeed beautiful.  .Mrs. Flagg was the oldest daughter of the late Hon. Geo. W. and Charlotte Tnttle Sanderson. She was educated in tlie Littleton schools and stud-led music, becoming an efficient and popular teacher of the subject. At an early age she married Charles F. Flagg of tills town, and has always resided here. She la survived by her husband, a son. Burton S. Flagg of Andover, two daughters, Mrs. Clias. K. Houghton of Littleton, Miss Marion Flagg, teacher In Neivton. and four grandchildren.  No words can do Mrs. Flagg justice. She wan a woman of keen Intellec*, culture, refinement and beautifully rounded character, whom everybodv among her acquaintances admired, loved and deeply mourns. As her pastor so fittingly salil. "Her life, which lias been spent right hove among us, la Its own eulogy."  ÍBCC  loeik  Men's 50c Shirts at -  Working - - 3@c  Men's 50c Fleece Lined and Bibbed Underwear at 38c  Men's75c Negligee Shirts coat style - - 43c  Men's 10c Handkerchiefs at - - - - 2c  4  Men's 10c Canvas Gloves at  Ladies' Aid Society of M. E. Church Well Pleased With Its Seruicco I  The annual bazaar, «Inch u;is hold in the vestry of the Methodist Kpisco-1 pal church Friday evening, Saturday ; afternoon anil evening, proved to he I an iinqunlmcd success am! was attend-1 ed by a lnrge number of people. It was In chargo, of the Unties' Aid society nnd It Is needless to state that they scored nnotlier triumph socially as well' as flnnncially. There were seven booths, all of which were resplendent In bright colors and enCli one presented a <ffff< rent color scheme.  The refreshment lalde was preslil-i ed over by Mrs. Charles Utchardaon j nnd she was assisted by Mrs. Samuel | Wilson. Mrs. A. Z. Lloyd was In , charge of the .mystery table and had for her associates Mrs. A. Morrill Os-I good nnd Miss (iraee l'arlcln. The color scheme was red and green with large bells of red. Tlie npron table was very pretty In red and white crepe papr, the interests of which were safeguarded by Mrs. Samuel Parker and Mrs. Edward Henderson.  Home mado candles were sold by Mrs. Richard Parmenter nnil Mrs. William Hooper nnd the booth wan tastefully decorated with pink nnd white. Mrs. Daniel Parmenter and Mrs. Rlioda Palmer were In charge of the calte table, all of which was home mnue and had for Its decorations fancy paper.  Tho fancy; table was perhaps the •beauty spot t>f tho fair. Inasmuch as it was tho nuttca of tho ladie3, who went into raptures over the beautiful work, whlcli wan made by the ladles of the churjh and which consumed the greater part of 1lto year In the making. They consisted of doilies, pin cushions, handkerchiefs, aprons, towels and tliany other beautiful pieces, which were admirably worked out, showing both 3lclll and patience. This fable was it) charge of Miss Harriet Naylor und hho was assisted by Mrs.  j  and Keeps tfre ftitchen cleat*^  No more as.hea to lug. No clumsy pan to flp.ll dust find dirt on tho kitchen flow, 1   •i : .4 I '. , I. J. £. •• l i,  The Glenwood Ash Chute  nolvefl the pwhlem. It Is located jind. beneath thL ' «rote nnd connected l>y a sheet iron pin*, ntrhicVtt «¡own through tho kitchen floor to U bMÄ ' eel I nr. No part in in fllßht. Not u particle of tins? cnn cscnjia. Juat slide tho damper or.co onMwlnv and drop the ashes directly into this nsh barirfi  The Tight Cover  ment.i of the Plnm • Cabinet Glcnwood tho hanjre without ornninentii.tion <ir fancy nickels -""The MM-mon Style Men <vood.. u  Every essential refined anil improved u|H ,ti. ""  Up-To-IVate Gas 'Attachments  l , , ml w!,h  «'"•''.t^tand most Improved Etc  ,,anito n »arhim. n i». It Kan a powCTful hot S  r , m ' n1 'y, 0  ••artro Oipper Rwervofr on tho  »lTw'SSif  11 can  with Are bo* at  ''J}  ot nvn ! When tho Ash diuto  cannot be «'Kxl nn Improved Aeb p nn  t.i provlderl. „  ........lat^bmet  WDO  ^^^^^^Mmm^t Concoxfl B.Towasend. Mm«« '  der tlie direction of William llaxter, Herbert Uiwton, organist. Topic, "How to be cheerful on gloomy days." Sunday school at 12, with classcB for nil ages. The V. P. S. C. 13. mect3 at C o'clock p. in. The evening ser vlcc at 7 p. in. with a half hour song serviee followed by half hour vesper service. The subject Will be "Tlie Educated Person," the culture nf the spirit  The Ladies' Honevolen! society will meet Thursday afternoon in the pal' Iors of the church at the usual hour, to make arrangements for tho Christ mas bazaar, which will be held Saturday, Dcc. G The Ladles' Benevolent society re-M. ir Poiitiafttz, MlKROn Emma Green-1 ccntly gave $100 to the church for tho bulge and Ilertha Batley. I parsonage fund.  The Ice cream tablo was pretty In  iThronlc. ' Au oid lady, i vally well, was oiwnya complaining and "ontolng poor liealth," as oho ospreased It. Hor various ailments wtiro to bar tho mo.'it la-torestlng topic .In the world. One day n neighbor found her oatfep, a Hearty meni, andl asked hur bow, mIui was. "Poor mei" ulto nlgliotl. "I fno) very well, but I r.fcvmvs feel bad v/lirn 1 feel well, boenuso I know I am no ln>; I» feol w'orso afterward. 4 '  Men's $1.50 Pants  Men's $2.00 Pants  Men's $3.00 Pants  Men's $4.00 Pants  Men's $4.00 Beacon Shoes at - $2.98  5c 70c 98c $1.48 $1.08  Its decortlonk of orango and black and Ices wore dispensed by Mrs. Harvey | Hlchardson and she was assisted in the work by Mrs. Frank Goottlor and Mrs. Alexander Marsden. Mrs. Hiram Parkin wn3 In charge of a table where cook books wero sold.  The committee In charge Included the president. Mrs. Fred .tones, chairman, Mrs. nicliard Parmenter, Mrs. Daniel Parmenter. Mrs. A. 55. Lloyd, Mrs. Samuel Parker nnd Miss Hnrrlet N'aylor.  EXPRESS DEFEATS PARCEL POST  ANDREW W. GIBBON  While we do not wish to enter Into the pros and cons relatlvo to tho merits of tho parcels post over tho express companies, wo herewith present some llgures, which were mado by •Tames Farrell and Arthur J. Sullivan of the postofllce corps against Agent Harry Morse and Nell Callahan of the National Express Co. It happened at the alleys last Monday evening, with disastrous results to Uncle Sam. Tho score:  NATIONAL EXPRESS  LIMOUSINE CRASHED INTO TREE  Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lyman of Aslii'v and Boston met with an accident near Ilenry Cotiper's 011 Oreat id. as they were antoing to Boston last week Tuosdav morning. Their llmou ine skidded in the wet grass hv tie' roadside as they turned out and «-raslied against a small oak tree, ihniuin" Mrs. Lyman through the plat' -'l i ^. which resulted In only a few nitclt-es, owing to the protection aiiorded by her picture hut. Mr. I.vuian. less fotrunate, cut Ills wrist an<l buiul ^severely, removing from his wris! a "u shaped piece of flesh, r-"ln"rin;; many stitches and other work en the part of Dr. ChriBtJo, who was summoned Immediately to Mr. < .HiperV where Mr. and Mrs. l.vina" cared for.  home, .wre well  50c Men's $10 and $12  Suits to close at .  $4.98 and $5.98  25 Men's $15.00 Suits to  close at - $8.98  15 Men's $18.00 Suits to close at - $10.98  SILVER WEDDING DAY  Ladies' Wear  Ladies' 50c Underwear 39c  Ladies' 39c Underwear 21c  i  i Ladies'50c Corset Covers I at - - 21c  rl!  .■¡arati  Marlborough, Masa.  Ladies' 75c Night Gowns  I at - - 45c  i   J tt>03im go rm Interest the third Wednecday of January. April, July, October  '^ViDr.NDS PAYABLE THIRD WEDNESDAY  Ot January and July '"'ikinu -loiira 51 to 3.  Saturday, a :o IJ.M  Friday evening Mr...... . A  V'""  ». Priest opened their spacious home to many Littleton friends who were happy to Join it. 'If  l ' |  ll ' br ' ltlo  1  ,  . i " their host and U«^—  r   ITSrJa^-o'-ian-! Ladies' 75c Petticoats 45c  terns, with occasional sprays of ever- : . ■ ;■ •.  green. The evet.ing was spent socinllj and music was furnished l.j Young, who Played ■!„• riarinet o Mrs.  Young's Piano ...................  A   tomI ting^ variety of tefreshments was seived liv Misses Dorothy and liar-, bar a P r ie s t. a 11 d Miss Emily Harwood. Among the cakes were pieces of Mr  Among  p  wedding cake, feov-  n-f.rc left with Mr. and  Eiioi 250 Ladies' Skirts, worth $2.00, $3.00, $4.00 from - 89c to $1.08  Ladies' $2.50 Shoes $1.30  and Mr: era! prcii  " • OUCELEV, Prcoldont l"''-"^ F HO i. yo KR Tronaur.-  " ......li"  ,. ' ;'-- v 'TF.n-Llve fowls in largo or | • ■ .ni i„. ï:  ¡ !t «.,:j a | prie©  on  broller.i, '■ miiith. Drop i. postai orni I will ] ivi' ° r t0 ' lc >' 110 "« ID6W. flQo. A.   1  • dealer. Mailb,.r 0 . 41» l  V;..c.-"'j~.o=.'-thc-ni cholcc- pic-c<-s  oi M^c-r.'cut- ¿'¡ìr-r. _  Mado Ali the Difference, "lo that mau who is rum.ins around giving advice a lobbylLt.....Certainly  cot II"  ie on 0ur Sid ' °  th °  arßU " mcùi "—'Washington Star.  50 of the latest style $ 10.00 Dresses $-!.98  A new line of Sample Waists $1.50 and $2 values at 95c to $l.i&  Proprietor of 'iafce View Houce Sue-cumbo After Long Illness  Andrew \V. (ilbbons died at his home, 1211 Main st.. Thursday morning at 0.30, following an Illness of ono year, He was operated npon at tho Grace hospital. Boston, last July, from which he never fully recovered and ho sank rapidly during the last two weeks of his illness.  He was born In Loulsburg, County Mayo. Ireland, March 17, 18G3, and was an years, 7 months, 15 days old. His parents wer William and Bridget O'Malley Gibbons. Ho camc to this country when but It years of age, coming to Clinton to realdo with rol atlves where he attended tho schools in that town. January 1!), 1801, lio married Miss Margaret Morrison of Manchester, N. H., whero they llvml six years. They liavo also lived in Uoyalston and Boston nnd came in this town I ft years ago, whore he conducted the Lake View house up"to the time of iiis death.  Mr. Cilili'iati was a man of ldndly disposition and traits of character, which served to mako him many friends and his death will occasion a feeliim of slncero Borrow in the hearts • »f all that knew him.  He A as a member of DIv. 41, A. O. M„ ot this town and a member of tile Holy Name society of St. Bridget'« :hureh where lie was also a devout  worshipper.  Hr is survived by Ills wife and two children. Miss Annie Agnes and John  Gibbons  T'm-i •• was a requiem high mass celebrated in St. Bridget's church on Fri'lay morning at 0 o'clock by Rov. Waiter I. Brown, and ho was taken to the church, whero prayera were said Saturday morning by Rev. John Sh, < han.'Burial took place in St. Brid-whU'li burial took place in St. Brid v cemetery. The bearora wer" nieiiil»-i s of Div. 11, A. O. H.. and ln-elu l"t William Connolly, John Smith Jeremiah Kelly, John Brayden, jr. Timothy Duggau and John Horan Th, re was a -profusion of beautiful flowers from relatives and frlenda, a t 0 i- " »? the- love and esteem la which  h J - i, hold.  Callahan Morse ..  no  73  87 07  9.1 -70 77 21  Earliest NaJI» Wero of Bronze.  Nails ot tho earlier nations wcro/of bronze. Tho ttiD used byf Jaol In/killing Slnora wrni a woodefa tent pin. Bp to tho nlipiteenth century nails wero mostly forged, tho •■first cut hallo being made by Jcromibh Wilson in Rhodo Island, la 177, r >.  i^arrell . .Sullivan  ion ir.-i no -ir,7  POST OFFICE  ........ 7G 87 87 219  ........ 01 68 183  13G 141 îr.r, i:;2  NEW W. C. T. U. OFFICERS  Tho W. C. T. held itn annual meeting In the ve B try of tho Congregational church Thursday nftornoon, which was attended largely by the membors. The reports of tho various officers were read, an was also the roport of the delegates, who recently represented the society at the annual meeting of the state society in Worcester.  Following this the election of officers took place and resulted us follows: Mrs. AVilliam 11. Guttcrldge. 1st vice pres.: Mrs. Hiram Parkin, 2d vlco pres.: Mrs. Hnrvey Richardson, sec.: .Mrs. John McPherson, trcas.; evangelistic work, Mrs. L. D. Wilson: llower mission work. Mrs. Edward Henderson; press. Mrs. M. A. How-ells. The election of president and several other otllcers will tako place at the next meeting of tho society, which will lie held Thursday afternoon Nov. 20.  * ¡3*0 * a a * @ * a * m  HAYNES' PM CilESi  □ * b*i * a*a •:<  Week Ending October 29, 1013  1 .....................■'.. 1,550,72,1  2 ........................ 1,801,005   3..............;.......... 1,307,740  4 ......................... 32,415  r, ......................... 1,815,715  0 ........................... 18100  7 ........................... 2G045  8 ............................ 20,700  9 ............................. 30.4C0  10 .......................... 32,125  11 ...................,...... 2,088,335  12 ....................... 1,129,625  13 ......................... 2,876,695  14 ........................ 1,045,505  15 .......................... 912,440  16 ........................... 910,735  17 ...........................'520,030  18 ...............i........... 31.7C0  19 .......................... 390,255  20 .......................... 2G.6G0  21 ....................... 2,240,655  22 ......................... 1,155,250  23 ........................... 48,620  21 .......................... 30,995  ................1,007,815  ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCE  Tlie Ladies' Sewing Socialist society held  Circle of the an entertain  7' .......................... r.011".  T" .......................... 35,000   73  .......................... n 1.570  ™ .......................... 50010  7f> ........................ 920170  70 .......................... 4r.ll!»  77 ....................... 1,0111.01 "  7 8........................ -1,9515.19-,  73 .......................... r,lilUO  .......................... 29120  Sí .......................... r.r.jso  82 .......................... 11.93.-:  .......................... ôtîfJIO  SI ......................... 78,800  .......................... 40125  8« ......................... 54905  87 .......................... 37135  88 .......................... 50100  89 ......................... 924,550  ¡»0 ....................... 1,078,705  2fi  27  28  29  30  30 37  39  to  532,0no l.oio.cir, .. 41,670 .. 49.950 .. 55.025 .. 02,250 .. 29,165 . 543,105 .. 20,325 .. 36,450 .. 45,260 .. 375,325 .. 29,530 ,.. 34,055 . 779,250  91 02 ,  03 .  04 . 95 . 90 .  97 .  98 ..  99 . 100 . 101 . 102 . 103 . 101 . 105 . 10<1 .  107 .,  108 , ion . 110 . lit . 112 .  113 .  114 .  115 110 .  117 .  118 .  119 .  120 , 121 , 122 123 . 121 ■ 125 120  127  128  129  130 ,  131  132  133 131  135  136  137  52315 51610 51700 19405 51150 45185 10590 .53195 16205 51695 19195 841455 ,'• 10350 • 27010  ment and sale of fancy articles In the Parker st. hall Saturday evening, .which was largely attended. The program was varied and consisted of Selections by the Imatra band; read Ings by Miss Mary Ililtunen, selections liy the choir, after which there was an auction sale of fancy work, which brought '•','><>d round figures. A feature of the evening were national dances in costume by If. young ladles, eight of whom were in malo attire. It was prettily executed and there were many Intricate figures, which occasioned agreat deal of skill, all of which wero graceful!* done In a mout  ts!-r:c-r.i. dazctz;  11 ....................... 1,320,310  12 .......................... 38,355  13 .......................... 24270  •It .......................... 29,290  : this enter es j enjoyed. -  138  139  140 Ml  142  143  .. 18100 ...31160 .. 00175 .. 31935 2,177.295 .. 22635 .. 13,100 ... 30605 ... 27C85 ... 7545 ... 24210 ... 25160 ... 32900 ... 1461G ... 35280 ... 28225 ... 31800  '. '. 990,470 1.007,845 .... 28320 ... 25135 .. 865180 ... 26240 . 1.589.155 ... 38195 ... 45065 .... 39320 .... 16885 .... 2OÍ20 .... 31953 .... 31295 .... 22305 .... 39583 .... 38120 :... 38075 .... 40625 .... 39685  r  r.1  CONGREGAT'ONAL CHURCH-  ?c3cr;ck N. Ru'an, pastor ni<: -veck rcrvico will t3i>-- '«vrlprrd.v.-  r -erlr.rr nit- 7.PA -tin-. ill >i3v ¿or hi- t.-ipln," "Trc-< ' :r- chap, oi Revelations.. SuBdpy jnomlr.iT r.crvjco 10.4"  M.-i.. 3. 3. K,-d .U'.otia'.e. >•'.  D., 's toj.'iur-.uu; «K'. iCíU-r, 11*:. A O Duiiinm. V..-:. Et-aîn "î  A-.-leí ford. K. f-.,. nr. ■'•.-' .■ rirtnr r, - ■} >r-r ^.iusL'cf. 2Irr.. tad r.l«c ".  .^iic Alible .Ccok Oi C atabridje. hid a family reunion at Tlie home of Mr.  •ÎC bllDO. / muiuilt'i JV.'i ,, I " .....•— --  u-ii muaic by largo chorus, .«feçjr Uf-J f"» 15 ^ during tho week.  45 ....................... 1,513,225  10 ....................... 1,000,740  17 .......................... 42565  18 .......................... 28,600  49 .......................... 33.255  50 .......................... 27110  51 .......................... 37,095  52 ....................... 1,365,11.'  r,'.! .......................... 32,250  54 ........................ 1,082,81  55 ......................... 980,990  50 ....................... 1,225,503  57 .......................... 26835  58 .......................... 31550  .",!• ........................ 530,905  00 ......................;.. 29,539"  C,l .......................... Í2Í55  02 .......................... 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