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Acton Concord Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 27, 1924, Acton, Massachusetts pvri i " L «T> DD T CT LJN 1 iiKrKlolj s1ngle ç0pies four cents Vníi'ü) ' weekly enterprise, wednesday, august 27, 1924. $ A' NEWSBOYS' DEAD RETURNS TO HIS WORK fEST ACTOM. Mas«.. An« 27— homecoming of l(||i V11.1 J], .mmiM scarcely have eru-greater consternation anions Iu\vns|"'i)|)k! than did that of ot«l fli 1111 •I» 1 "' 1 Oroon on «lay. when. hIx weeks after ftimrii'il iIoiiiIho, his familiar appeared on tho liorlztln, (,1 its way tliroiiKh the vll-jud vanished In the direction selll»-' sill). t, tt'lin Is a stone mason by ! 't, has absented himself from invui at various Intervals dtir-Ibe pa.'i fen- years, hut never - c did tiis return attract any ilian passim; Interest. | fi (¡rren was taken to the lios-| several weeks a no In a very i niijflltion. 'At that time generally beleved that, de-lils tunned eonRtltntlon, ho nut siirvlv?. A little later ■ the report of his death. Like lc case of the late Mark -|b however, "It was greatly ex-atod." Iir; to Jnok's narrative, licltiK eonflned In a Boston ilnl fer a eouple of weeks, he committed to the Stnte IIospl-Tewkstmry, where ho wa« ^tdl t" i xplre. .I:ihowever, his own idea on the subject "'firmly avowed that he would be found dead in such a place. Montly his own diagnosis \vn? tl. fnt- early Thruxduy morn-suddenly rrrnlleil Having ■ jonic work unfinished In Hox-nnii in the absence of th5 danl. went over tho top of tho fence which surrounds tlie ¡n;s and disappeared, frescnltv he was back on the deftly wleldlliK the trowel ill his characteristic skill, up-ally ni'tH- the worse for bis lence. >avs. "You cant kill the wmm OFTHRILLS Two Narrow Escapes From Drowning, Upset Canoe and Bucking Goat Furnish Plen ty Of Excitement. 'REPORT OF PUBLIC HEALTH number s$ -a COMMISSIONERS Sh^'s Champ Watermelon Eater BERLIN—President Ebbert bdiy Gisned a decree wrovld-bj for a dissolution of the lüichKtaa. orovldlntl it f?lls to fpthe bill to make the Dawes juration treaty effective. If fe Reichstag Is "canned," a n body will be elected Im-udiately. WEATHER FORECAST For this vicinity—Fair today Thursday unsettled. Northern New Enolond— Fair today; Thursday unsettled SAFE - KEEPING SERVICE Let us cut your coupons for ycu A sale, reliable bank 1 . for more than 90 years CONCORD NATIONAL BANK Telephone 28 10<ldl o I-edprnrd, manager of the local nowHtrtrc, playpd Vhost to iiln staff of 23 nowRboyn at an out-Ins held nt tho Twilight cottage. Lake noon, WodncHdny afternoon. Two near drownings, an upäet canoe, a bucking goat, provided more thrills than tho movies. Charlie Cannela, 11 years old newsboys hopped off the wharf In-to ton feet at water. He cannot »Wim hut his pals ddn't know It until Charlie after a desperat» struggle had gone under twice. Pat Nugent, captain of the newsboy*. Plunged Into tho rescue at the cry for help. Billy Scully who was a newsboy a quarter of a century ago at the cry ran from tho cottage and jumped Into the wnter. clothes, eyeglasses and all, and be. tween Scully nnd Nugent the drowning Charlie was brought to shore nnd safety. After he hail regained his vodco Charlie gasped out a "thank yon." and made for the cottage where he doffed his bathing suit. Mr Scully also mado for tho cottagc, where he doffed his street clothes and donned hlH bathing suit while he waited for his clothes to dry. Hardly was this thrill over when Herbert Lyons nnd Johnnie Valeno newsboys, upset a canoe they were puddling in the middle <>f the pond. Johnnie Valeno cannot swim and ngain the cries for help were heard. Valeno grabbed the side of the canoe as ho camo to the top of the water and held there until Capt Put Nugent again to tho rescue helped Lyons paddle the upset canoe to shore. Just to keep the action on high a bucking billy goat pptJn his appearance after the canoe rescue. i!le charged a group of- girls whose shrieks but excitcd the buck lug gont to further rampage. Fortunately he was a 'goat that gave slow movie exhibitions and 'before his horns do.tccnded from the atr the gJrls wore out of tho way K.camperln? for tho veranda of a cottagc nnd safety. | Ah though pro-arranged for a con.tlnouH performance all attention was immediately turned agalh where three nowsboys were drittln« helplessly in a canoe. They had lost the paddles and swimmers again had to go to tlio rescue. IOdili,, Lodgard. army chef had cooked the "chow" tor his 26th division buddies It) the front line In Franco. In* never had a day "over there'' tlmt packed so many thrills. About 4 p m he roundel up bis charges, counted them. called the roll, found them all there, tucked thcin In automobiles, stepped on tho stnrter nnd made for Nuh-on street store and peace and relief from anxiety. "A lifo saver, and speelat cop" next tlmo said Eddie, "the grentest outing over" Huld the newsies. b W. Mara Main St. Concord Two Telephones 52 & 53 ¿UTTER 46c lb. Finest Vermont Creamery Tabernacle Brand Coffee '"0 Better, Economical—Re-Wres leas Irt the making 55c lb. NNING SEASON h .V«Q"nrt Jars $1.35 do*. Pint »'•25 doz. 1-2 Pint Jars $1.15: ik GOc doz - Pnrowax "»• and Good Luck Rubbero 10c pkg. Ns' CRACKERS iew, an extra Quality that are better than anything put out.yet 50c box CONTRACT TO LAY PIPE IS AWARDED FUAMINOH'AM, Aug 27—The contract for laying 5500 feet of 8-Ineli plpo and GO feet of 6 Inch pipe for the extension of water on Orov estreet, Edmands road, and Winch street to Wayside Inn rond him been awarded to Antonio Co-fnlo Co., of Boston, the lowest bid- ROME —Slgnor Bacola. an Italian aviator, established a new world's altitude record yesterday when h e attained a height of 5500 meter« with a machine containing 250 kilograms cargo. To thQ County Commissioners of the County of Middles», Court (House,. East Cambridge, Massachusetts. Qontlemen: The Department ot (Public Health. received from you under dote of July 16. 1924, a request for |tae examination ot tho water of Walden Pond to determine its conditions, especially at the bathing beach at the easterly end of the pond, and you also request such recommendations ai the Department «nds best to make In the circumstances. In response to your request the Department has. caused the pond and its surroundings to he examined by Its engineer and haa also caused samples of the water col* lected from time to time lit different pants of the pond to' be analysed. The results ot the Analyses of the water collected along the bathing beach when large numbers of bathers were present In the water show "that the number of objectionable bacteria present Is small, being little If any greater than the numbor present at other similar resorts, while In the early morning before bathing has begun the number .of bacteria present In the water Is Insignificant. (During the progress of these toveatlgnitons there were rumors of the prevalence of diseases of .the skin, noso and throat, thought to be due to bathing at this reservation. 'In order to ascertain the experience of physicians with reference to the prevalence of such diseases, |tho department has sought information by means of lettera from all physicians In Wtaltham, Lincoln, Lexington and Concord, or upward of sixty In all. Up to the present time twenty-five readies have been received, or 45 per cent of those received, state that ithey found no association between skin, nose and throat infections and bathing In Walden Pond. Of the remaining Ave, one has had no cases at/trlbirted to bathing in Walden 'Pond, while the other four report ten cases In all, four *>t ■thorn <in one family. Even in thin case the infection Is not traced directly to bathing In Waldeu Pond. The general examinations of th.i ' pond, as already stated, show -that the condition of its water has been satisfactory throughout the past summer and the water at present suplled'from two driven -wells for drinking at the "bathing bcacn Is of good quality and saf&. for drlpfclng. It does not appear to the Department that there Is sufficient evidence that skin, nose and throat Infections noted toy physicians in this region can be reasonably attributed to bathing In Walden pond though such diseases may result Indirectly from exposure at any bathing place. Under the circumstances, the Department sees no present reason to advlso the discontinuance of bathing at the reservation a* Walden Pond. Jtespeotfiflly. (Signed) EUGENE It. KBtilJEY. Commissioner of Public Health CONCORD JNCT. DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE HOLDS MEETING The Concord Democratic Town committee, at an enthusiastic meet ing held Saturday evening- last,, endorsed the nomination of the Democratic nominees, and a committee of twenty-<flve waB appointed to bring every man and woman to the polls on primary day, September 9. Michael J Collins, the Democratic nominee for representative has an active committee at work, and will Bhortly make a tour of the district, embraslng Wayland, Sudbury, Lincoln and Weston. Hon Humphrey O'Sullivan of (Lowell the Democratic nominee tor Congress in the 6th Mass. District will hdld an important meeting of the congressional district committee this coming week at Concord. AMOUR'S STAR BACON L ean and Sliced Ham 32c lb. S Tft^ own Flour < E m B „ ES T BREAD-MADE more loves to the barrel Casper Jenney Successor to JENNEY & WHEELER Brick Work, Plastering and Kellattone Stucco Fireplaces a Specialty Jobbing promptly attend«! t o and estimates given 3 Grant Street . Concord, Mass. Telephones—Concord 583-M and 336-W Km»° Corlln of the "Artists and Models" likes luscious"watermelon. t3hi won a melon-catln» contest from her sister choristers at Chicago. CONCORD JCT. WEDDING A very pretty double wedding was solemnized at the home of (Mrs. Annlo (Belts, I'ugwash Jet, N J3., on Tuesday uClernoon Aug 19 at 1:30 p m. when lier daughters were united in murrlugc by Bev Boyd Parker of Pugwasti, N S. Bertha Hazel to John \V Hlltz of Everett, Mass., and Cellu .Mae to Fred C. Fairbanks of Muynard, Mass. The bridal parties entcrsd the Hvlng room to the strains ot. 1.m hcngrlu brldul chorus rendered by iMts Wm MacCartnfcy. They, were attended by two dainty flower girls, little Muriol Kennedy or Halifax, N S and Mildred Thompson of Amherst, N S and .Master Ernest MueCartney us ring bearer. The brides looked' very charm-<lng in gowns of ivory canton crepe with bridal veils and eaeii ■wore a necklace of pearls the gifts ot the grooms and currkil shower bouquets ot rosea ami sweet, liuus. Tho ceromony was iiurfornicd under an arch ot niaplu leaviM and golden rod, these) being -tlie em<) lems of Canada and United Stutes beautiful bunches of golden rodj and sweet peau added t\> the decor atlons. After tlie happy couples had been congratulated by the gucst:i present, dainty refreshments wen-served on th c lawn. Tho brides received many b..\iu-tiful and ubccu! gifts ut cu*. gla^. silver, linen unil gold lesLli'yln:; to the high ¿st.iiMii in which iln'y were held.' a Minn,; tiu .j'U oi town guests were i' .1 Sullivan nt 'Muynard; Percy yiltz ..it' Kvcn n. MasB; Mrs. K L) Kenned.v, ll.ilii.i.. tN S; Mr nnd Mr«. Arthur Thompson and family ot Amherst, X S; (Mr and Mrs. Alex Tuttls of Am iierst, N"S; Mr and Mrs. Simmi Fraser of Sprlnghlll. N.S.; Mr. and 'Mrs. H B Hoberston, Pugwa.sh. Tho happy couples left on the 5:30 o'clock train for a short trip to' Halifax and after returning to Pugwash Jet., for u few days will proceed to Boston, Mr und Mrs Hlltz, will reside In Everett. Mass. Mr and Mrs. Fairbanks in Maynard The brides are well known lieiv having resided here for the l>an few years. Thé best wishes of their many friends will follow them to their new homes for u long and lioppy married life. After tho ceremony tlie little flower' girls wore cach presented with a gold bracelet and ring hearer "with a gold signet ring: MISS WALSH, TEACHER IS ALSO LAWYER] _____ ^ i Sister Of Local Curate ,| Wins High Honors At Law School — Combines Studies With Teaching. Friends or Hie Itev. ICUwI'.i Walsh, curate of the St. HrldBofs Parish, wore pleased to lionr this week of the success achieved by his sister. Miss Irene 'M. Walsh, teacher In the Hugh O'Brlrrti School In lloxhury. Miss Walsh received notice this week that she, had been admitted to the Massachusetts Bar <by the Board of lOxainlners. Her mnny local friends rrinenvbor well how Miss Walsh, who is a graduate of the ■Boston Normal, was accredited by tho Portia I «aw School this year wlieii wilio was awarded a degree magna cum lnude. An unprecedented accomplishment. was hers, when she completed her course, for she wus not once absent from her duties at the iliitjtfi O'Brien School (luring her entlre legal course. Kdward Mehegan has filtered tho employ of Hcilly and Co. Mrs. .Mnrsaret Marshall of Wal tliain spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. John Collins. Miss .\lary i;;.. i-iinn Is homo after a vesn^lon spent with relatives In Boston. Mr. und Mrs. Win. Uellly and family spent the week-end at iPltim Hsftuid. Alex McBachern Is enjoying his annual vacation from the Post Ofllce. Mra. Patrick Uellly Is enjoying a visit with her daujtht'jr, Mrs. Joseph Hall of Atlantic. Miss Louise Williams returned Sunday from a motor trip through Maine ami th 0 White Mts. John Delanoy Is enjoying a two woe'<a vacatl. n trout his duties at tho 'freight house of tlit> 'Boston & Maine It. R. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nagle with their sons, IlodiiYIck and Garrett, left Monday for Vermont to spend a wt ek with relatives. Itcilly and Co. have been awarded the contract to repaint the Inside and outside of tihe »rand Garden Chinese Restanran't ot Bob I Ah. Misses Oen^ and ICllziulmth Council, returned Jjonii> Sunday from a vacation silent in Maine and thc White Mountains. John Ilcllly resinned his- duties at tho Post Ofllce Monday, after a two weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Coughlan and daughter Mary, attended the funeral of a relative in Haverhill tho past week. WEST ACTON John Bench of Cambridge was In town Friday. Robert Boyce. has returned from his vucntion at l^mg Pond; .Mrs. Daniel MacDoimail has accepted a position in Boston. i.Mr. and Mrs. (i. P. I.ittlellcld. are touring the land of Kvange-line. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kelley motored to Montreal the llrst of tile week. Tlie West Acton Bogrtl of Trad-.i will bold a clambake at Whit-combs Held early next mouth. The Neighborhood Club's Fete Day, scheduled for Aug. SO, has been postponed to-Sept. 11. Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy and family, liave returned from a week's sojourn nt .Wareham. Mr. Carson of Maiden, builder of lloslo'n'H first subway, visited It. W. Fosh the first of tho week. Ill a loosely played twilight game Friday evening. Slow Town Team defeated the local American lyfgion by a score of !» toG. WEST ACTON West Acton Baptist Church The two ministers who hnv u sup plied the pulpit during the absence of Iir. Haggard proved lo be exceptionally satisfactory preachers: Dr C H Watson of Boston on tho 17th. and Dr. A C Thomas of New York City on the B4th. Audlence-j were good on both days. A note from Dr. Hagsard and the delegation attending tlin conference at Ocean Park, Me., indicates that they are having a great time. Over 1100 delegates are registered and both cla.m room work and tho general sessions aro inspiring and helpful. Next Sunday morning thc sup-Ject of tho 'pastor's sermon will bo "How to denl with tho Inevitable"—"Eventually, why not now?" The evening servlco will b n given over to the delegates returning from Ocean Park. Each will brlof-lftr unswfcv lite (itilKtlon. "What I Got Out of the Conference." Some ot the songB and cheers used thcro will be given, and In general an attempt will bo niado to interpret tho spirit of that grcnt gathering. AH -who can come will be cordlully welcomed. Owing to tho absence of thc pastor and others, announcements regarding tlig proposed picture pro 'Krani have been delayed. They will be made In due time. MARLBORO Miss IOdltli Staples, clerk at thc W A Allen Co department store; Is »pending her vacation at her homo in Twin Mountains, N 'H. In response to the demand for Information as regards tho running time of tli'6 Marlboro- West hi>i;o Bus Line the Enterprise today prints the time tuhlo of tho new line, which tukes the placo of tho trolley curs which discontinued nor vice last month. The time tablo will bo found on unother pajgoi Specials for The Week of August 25th 1 can Crisco.......................25c 5 cakes Kirkman's Soap.............25c 2 pkgs. Puffed Wheat.............25c 3 cans Campbell's Beans.............25c 2 hot. Lime Juice...................25c L. Anderson & Son Groceries — Provisions "The Star Service Store" 30 Main St., Concord, Mass Buick Motor Car Sales Noyes-Bulck Co, Boston G. M. Ross., Local Rep Lex. 0986 SERVICE McLeod Garage, Manzer Garage, Lexington Concord Lazy Dollars ! Such Dollars belong to lazy or careless persons. Money can work three times as hard as a man — 24 hours a day — 365 days a year. Your monry in a Savings Account here works all the time. Start one todayl Assabet Institution for Sayings Maynard, Mats. Monkey Glands Vim means vigor, spirit, force. That's what vim means. All people want It, and, once they've got It, they try to kec(i It. For vim, rightly used, leads to success, and success, also rig':itly used, leads to prosperity and happiness. The demand for vim produced the iMnkey gland Idea. Monkey glands may or may noAisstore vim to a person who has frittered It away. That It «till an unsettled question. But a settled question—4 question that has been proved a thousand thousand times—It thla: A bath a day helps anybody, old or young, to keep a tight grl|J on vim. The dally bath Is the greatest tonic ever Invented. It tones the entire body—skin, organs, nerves. And to tone is to stimulate life, vigor, ylm. When a man weakens he is out of tune—lacks tone. So, tvien, forget about monkey glands and think of your bathroom. A first class bathroom, with everything In It that should be In it, Is worth a whole treeful of monkeys- And a bath a day Is worth a dozen monkey glands, and at a fraction of the cost. AUSTIN D. MacRAE CONCORD MA88. FOR BATHING The Middledox County Commissioners have been Informed by the Slate Department of Ilculth that conditions at Walden Pond have been Investigated by its engineering department nnd that no reason lins been found to recommend that bathing In the pond bo prohibited. Tho report says in part: . "The results of tho analysis of tho wutor collocted along the battling beach when large numbers of bathers wore present show that thc number of objectionable bacteria present Is «mall, being little, if any, more than cthe number present ut other resorfb, while In thc early morning boforc bathing has begun th« number of bac-terlft present In ' the water is Insignificant. "It does not appear to tho department that there Is sufllclcnt evidence that skin, nose, and throat Infection» noted by physicians in Ibis region can bo reannn-ably attributed to bathing in Wul-den I'ond, though such diseases may result Indirectly from expos- -n: uro at any bathing place. Under tho clrcupiBtances the department sees no present reft* son to advlso the discontinuance ot bathing at the reserration In Walden Pond." In Builnen Eighty-Eight ¿.i Year» The Middlesex Institution For poneord, Massachusetts Incorporated 1838 A Mutual Savings Bank No Stockholders Tho pronta aro for tho benefit ot the depositors Leam to save regularly Deposits commence to draw intorost on the first day nt eaab month. m -A SWEET PICKLED HAMS 32c lb. SWEET PICKLED SHOULDERS 22c lb. BEEF TONGUES 38c lb. FRESH TO BOIL MID0LE RIBS 18c lb. LEAN CORNED BEEP SIRLOIN ROAST « ' i » i 45c lb. VERY BEST BEEF—GOOD CUT8 Condon's Market Tel. 416-W 47 COMMONWEALTH AVE. Concord Junction DAD'S WAYSIDE LUNCH :flî! 4| to* im (Trademark Registered) State Road South Sudbury, Mass. The best place to eat on the road. iMasic *;§« ANNOUNCEMENT ■V» Walter E. Wheeler Has established independently in the masonry business. Modern Patent Plasters, and the Old Hair " Mortar Brickwork of all Grades Jobbing and Estimating, Tel. Con., Conccnr^
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