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It takes years to build, but it can be shattered and broken over night. King Cole Tea has earned an enviable reputation. When we first marketed coffee we did not dare to name it King Cole, for if the coffee proved to be any-: thing but the best, it would dim the precious reputation of King Cole Tea.
Now, however, after exhaustive tests under other names, we know we have a coffee as good as King Cole Tea. Phyllis Barwick, of Montreal, and Mr. Binning, of St. Standish and sons, of Farnham, were guests of Mr. Will Emerson.
Doe and Mr. Mooney spent Thursday in Granby. Peacock and Mrs. Mable Salisbury and son, Mr. Heman Salisbury, Mrs. Myra Goddard, of Bolton and Mrs. Gordon on Sunday. Frank Graves of Waterloo, Mr. Walter Spinney, nd- 'e 0vrhaVe K6,0 vi3iti?
S the home,. Williamsburg, Pa. V Safford home on Saturday. Moynan include the Misses j panied Mrs. Bevan and daughter j v-'y retty and Evelyn, Mrs. Berry and her. McCaw, who has most ably ihlled1 the position of manager of the local branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce for a number of years past, has retired from the etrvice of this institution. McCaw has made a host of friends during his residence in Bedford, and has always bean unceasing in his efforts to further all good works both in the community at large and in the church.
The many driends of both Mr. McCaw and family are glad that they are remaining in Bedford. Chadsey, of Laeolle, who is the newly appointed manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, hae arrived in Bedford. Chadsey and family will occupy the residence on Dutch street which was recently purchased by Mr.
General Notes. Miss Roberta Soden and her brother, James, went to Frelighs-burg on Tuesday, where they wid be boarder-pupils at the Convent ] of the Presentation of Mary. Tuesday and were guests for a i time of Mr. Judd in Sutton. Miss Ellison Thomas, who has j spent the past ten days with her] aunt, Mrs.
Gould, returned j on Wednesday, motoring with Mrs. Lyle Gould, who spent the day in St. Albans, Vt. Matthew Ewing, are leaving on Saturday to spend several weeks in a cottage on f-'-ne Cod. Ewing will accompany the party as far as Boston, Mass, vvhere she will be tho guest cf relatives. Thomas while Miss Esther Black,! Gould spent the past week-end with Mrs. Gould in St. Albacs, Vt. Howard Eaker, of Frelighsburg, were in Bedford on Tuesday.
Foster Martin, of Manchester, N. Owing to the illness of Mr. Johnston will oe unable to take charge of the school at the opening. The School Board however, has arranged with Mr. Johnston, cif Cookshire, to substitute for his brother, until the latter is able to leave the hospital and again take charge of his work here. It is expected that it wii! Johnston will be able to resume his work. Kenneth Sheltus, cf Montreal, was the guest over the weekend of his parents, Mr.
Charles Mullin of Montreal, is spending some time in Bedford, with friends. Miss Jessie Blackwood, who has spent the greater part of her holidays with her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Hunter returned on Monday to Me ntreal, to resume her teaching duties. Campbell, who has spent the past year since closing her home at Morses Line, Vt. John Krans and Mr. Sims, of StanbriJge East, is spending some time at the- home of Mr. Ross Preston, during their absence in Gaspe.
On Friday evening, Dr. Draper and Mrs. Draper entertained a number o' their friends most enjoyably at bridge, when cards were played at five tables. The prize for the highest score among. George Moody, while Mrs. King received the consolation prize, Mr.
King received the highest score among the gentlemen and Mr. McCaw the consolation. Skeet, who has spent the past eight weeks in England, visiting his parents and in attending the meetings of the British Medical Association, returned to Bedford on Friday. Charles Campbell, of Norfolk, Conn. Campbell, and have also visited Mr.
Krans, at Frelighsburg. Miss Rutheidord, of Huntingdon, who is one of the new members un the staff of the Bedford High School, arrived on Monday and will stay at the home of Mr. Thomas, while Mr. Johnston, of Cookshire, who is supplying for his brother, Mr. The marriage took place at the Church of St. Grove, of Montreal. Grove is a granddaughter of the late Mr. Charles Vaughan, formen ly of Mystic.
Currier, of Keene, N H. Godreau, and brother Mr. Chemey, for a couple oi weeks. Harold Deforge motored from Lowell, Mass. Buzzell, where the experimental work carried on by the Federal Government has been in progress for three years. Father Honore, cf Oka. Fred Brown, of Lennoxville. He gave an excellent and most comprehensive address on tho experimental real, is spending her holidays with her aunt, Mrs.
Pelis, and on Wednesday Miss Borden went St. Tucker, who has been on the stuff of the local branch of the Prof. Maheux, of Quebec City. The meeting was attended by people from Eastern Ontario an i below Quebec. Tho experimental plot in Mr. Archibald, director of the chief horticulturist of Quebec and ' Experimental Farms.
A little Bovril stimulates and keeps you going, puts energy and vigor into your muscles and unlike bulky foods, does not clog the system and encourage fatty tissues. You are sure of being well and safely nourished if every day, you eat a little less heavy food and drink a little more Bovril. Sales Agents: Harold F. Wells, K. The present week has been an unusually hot one for the month Election of officers and the pre-,. Island yesterday morning. Genge, Piano Tuner Quebec Street. Tel W. Phone Blackburn, Mus.
Local sec. Reduced prices to Sept. Jar; taught on piano from three to six months. Xo scales or exercises. A, Casino Bldg. Open every Friday night. This was filled by Mr. French, of St. Johnsbury, Vt. The other directors were re-elected, the board now comprising the follow-fr. John P. Lynch, K. Walsh, of Sherbrooke; Jay H. Turner, of Beebe, Que. Folsom, of Lyndonville, Vt. Yesterday, in consequence, the maximum was six degrees lower than on the previous day, though the atmosphere was still close and heavy during the day.
Today opened with the sun again fairly bright, and by noon it had become warm, though less oppressive than earlier-in the week. The maximum reached each day follow: Monday, 85 degrees; Tues- of Woodstock. This represents' French, of St. The officers of the company were re-elected, and consist of Mr. Sherbrooke, president; Richard Billings. Woodstock, Vt.
Fletcher, Mrs. LeBaron, North Hatley, Mrs. Paton, Mr. James iiackinnon and Mr. Therrien each ccn- an unbroken heat wave of considerable length and intensity for the month of September. It is not a record for the maximum temper-atue, however, as in the middle of the month in it reached 89 degrees one day. Lord's ambulance was summoned and the man was removed to the Sherbrooke Hospital.
He was given medical treatment and soon recovered consciousness. South Boston, Mass. No extremes in weather records were observed during August, according to the meteorological report received from the Dominion Experimental Farm, Lennoxvil'e. The average temperature for the month was comparatively low, being This, however, was not the lowest on record, for in August, , the average w-as The highect average temperature ever recorded for August at the Experimental Farm was The thermometer reached eighty-three degrees on this date, the higleA temperature of the month, and sank to thirty-six degrees during the day to create the lowest temperature for the month.
These, however, do not constitute a record for on August 1st, , the temperature was ninety-two degrees, the highest on record for fifteen years, w-hile the lowest was thirty degrees in August and The rainfall of August last, which was 3. The highest August rainfall was in when S. The hours of sunshine during the past month totalled In , however.
The highest was in when there were The ac-j Information w-as received by the cused was found guilty and was let! Daig, of this city, was : l'Iain Street yesterday afternoon, arrested or. Wellington Street, last evening. He was found guilty by Recorder Forest this morning and was sentenced to a fine of three dollars and costs or ordered to spend three days the property of Mr.
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The school reopened Tuesday,! September, 3rd. Miss Evelyn Bennett has gone to Sherbrooke having accepted a posit-' x i ion there. There is nothing else like Old Dutch. To the eye it looks like a fine powder but through the microscope you see thousands of flaky, flat-shaped particles of distinctive character. They make a clean sweep and leave the surface smooth and free from scratches. Old Dutch doesn't harm the hands. Old Dutch doesn't scratch.
Avoid damaging grit. This drawing shows a highly magnified particle of hard, scratchy grit at work. Being of irregular shape the sharp, hard points dig into the surface and leave scratches which not only mar its beauty but are lodging placer, for dirt and impurities. He turned a warning eye on Trapper. As for Trapper and myself we became silent on the subject for the next two or thre-days, being occupied with other matters.
But the- Machin matter soon cropped up again, for a few evenings later Furniss called on me, and after some preliminaries, told me that he had two Scotland Yard men outside, and might he bring them in? Continued in our next issue -? Freeman Sutton, on Saturday, September 7th, with Mrs. Ferry and Mrs. Sargeant assisting. You know Zoup? Miss Grace Bennett spent several days last week with Mr.
Neva Asker. Mr, and Mrs. Everard Goodwin, Mrs. George Kerr. Colin Mayhew exhibited his prize dog at Sherbrooke Fair. He j obtained five first prizes and a rib- j bon of merit in the class that was! Charles Cowling, on Monday.
Dana Smith and fam-1, ily spent Sunday with Mrs. Walter E. Steen- ' son, Norfolk Down, Mass. Tast MHton! Giles Treamer, of Berlin, N -H. Colburn and family, of Lowell Mass. Miss Madelyn Rider returned to her duties in Sherbrooke, last Monday, after spending her vacation at her home, here. Miss Ruth Brown and Mr. Brown visited Mrs. Rider, on Saturday.
Guests at the home of Mr. Frank Gothoip and Mr. Warner, Apple Grove, Mrs. Stanley Gothorp anu little daughter, Phyllis, and Mrs. Cecil Dolloff and son, Lawrence, of Fitch Bay. Libby and Miss May Libby, who motored home with them, have returned after spending the past ten days, Visiting relatives and friends in Providenct-and Boston.
The regular meeting of the Women's Institute will be entertained at the home of the president, Mrs. Mae Johnston, on Friday afternoon, September 6th. The programme if in charge of,Miss Gladys Dust;n and Mrs. Fannie McVeay, Mrs.
Walter Keeler and Mrs. Leon Parnell accompanied Rev. Waldo r. Wm Craig, of Waterloo, were visiting relatives and friends, here, over Labor Day. Shaw are spending a few days with Mr. Roxie Towne celebrated herj 97th birthday on August 26 and! There were -ninety-five guests present, and Mrs. Interment in the village cemetery. Clarence 0. Frasei are on a motor trip to Latamagou-che, Nova Scotia, where they will visit Mr. Hyacinthe Train No. Hyacinthe 4. Full particulars of alterations in train service may be obtained from anu Canadian National Agent.
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Fred- toward independence. McKenna; Mrs. Susan B. Anthony and others were lone protago- I doubt that Napoleon, when the command nists of the woman's cause. It was not long ago of the army m Italy first ccme to him, saw the de-that there was a great deal said about suffragettes cade ahead m detail, and then simply followed in England and elsewhere. Nowadays almost all the plan w. Woman has invaded bus,'- climb to the pinnacle of power, ness offices and department stores, and the teacn- Napoleon ing profession has always been peculiarly hers.
Be- on Monday, August 22nd, to attend Fverv taro. Silent part- cent, of the iron ore that the world consumes. Clarence Hanna, Miss Edith sources to carry it on. Fred iously chancy things. So they are. Wm Kaiser, of New York, who surely no small thing that in the present form of civili- have been visiting their uncle and zation war can be prevented by the British Empire and; aunt, Mr. John Taylor, in the United Staes.
Because his power may not always the past month, lift on Monday, fvr reat with them, if the form of civilization changes and! Palmer has returned en institution. All parents cannot be master t'-achers any more than all parents can be master plumbers.
John Barrington, of Ayer, Mass. August 26th, were calling on friends, here, while on their way to Montreal. Gordon F. Tenny and family and guests at the tea hour of Miss Kennedy, on August 25th. Allenby, Mrs. Allenby and family visited friends in Franklin Centre, Vt. Ollio Young is confined to his home in Glen Sutton, suffering from tonsilitis and neuritis. Pergau, of Lennoxvillefi, occupied the pulpit in the United Church, on August 25th.
Pergau were guests of Dr. Blake during their stay-in town. Miss Freda Rasicot left on Mon-: day for Montreal, after spending part of her vacation here and Knowlton. Moynan, for several weeks returned on Sunday to their home in Montreal. Curtis, of Warden, has been quite ill for a number of days ct! Raymond Higgins has been spending his vacation.
Lyman Green, of Sherbrooke, ; spent a recent week-end here with her sister, Mrs. Fuller and niece, : Mrs. Foster Robinson. Leblanc and her little son, at the home of Mrs. Pinson-, ault. On Sunday, August 25th, Mrs. Cora Shaw Prime, of Boston, who is the guest of Mrs.
Allen, rendered a vocal solo at the morning service in St. In spite j ncw been transferred to Farnham. Wm Davis, at Bolto Mexico,! After their mar-, by all. Payne was a, refreshments. Albert L. Hall'for the women.
Alfred Hivon, of Granby. He has : The following is the card of is the guest of Mr. Lennoxville for a few Ward since as manager of 4he. Mandigo attended the Brome;Ont. Fleming also has had exten- Named Race weak and reports that he noticed a sive financial experience, having JiKthilda lLass , great improvement in new build- spent some seventeen years on theiGranby Girl Poll , ings additional grounds and exhibits staff of the Bank of Toronto.
Seven J-m Frisco Martmdale , generally. Fred Goodin gave an Irish reading; Mr. John Muir of j Manchester N. Malcolm MacAulay contributed some Gaelic and Scotch songs. A dialogue was also given by Mrs. Fred Goodin and Mr. At the close of the concert, dancing was indulged in for a few hours.
Colburn and children and Mr. Hall, of Lowell, Mass. Louis Eiger and other friends. Scott and children, Allen, Wilma and Elaine, have returned to their home here, from Kingsbury, where they spent the summer months. Miss Marion Scott has returned to Montreal, to take up her duties as supervisor in the Montreal public schools, after spending her holidays as guest of her mother, Mrs. Robert Scott. Pimcham has gone to Lake Megantic, where she will teach! Rupert Van and Miss J.
Van returned to Roberval, with Mr, j Raymond Van, for a vacation. Cottereil, bia. Payne, the president, presiding. Many important; matters were discussed, including the Thanksgiving supper and entertainment, which will be held on Thursday, September The meeting adjourned, to meet in the; church hall on September 18, when Mrs.
Johnston will be the hostess. Refreshments were served by! Cottereil, assisted by Mrs. Briand said ; this week a guest of relatives. Bvlt he was convinced that day afternoon, with a good attend-! Tea was of unity into being. Powers and Mrs. Murdo Morrison. Cleve Beard, of Rochester, N. Herbert Placey motored from Montreal and were ; week-end guests of Mr. Placey and Mrs. On their return, they were accompanied by 4 littl. Miss Gwendolyn Placey, who will make her home with them during the school term and will attend j school in the city.
Merrill Fraser and : Mr. John Heather and daughter, Audrey, returned after spending a week in Toronto, wher-they attended the exhibition. I Lisgar at 2. Recent guests at Mr. Joshua Mitchell, from Levis, Mrs. Brown, from New Orleans, Mr. Rick and two children, from Danvil. Howard Rick and tv, o He I his Mrs. Coburn a former Sherbrooke boy, who learned ti. Walton wc. Coburn, who resid-'-s :n Malden, Mass.
Woods, who was also a member of the Gazette r. Edward Elliott, in Cane Miss F. The nations must settle their I spending a holiday, guests of then-differences pacifically, he declared, I mother, Mrs. John Manchester, N. Sheman and Mr. Daniel Littlefield and Mrs. Partington, of L-wrence, Mass. Miss Kathleen Scott, R. Leslie Scott, otf Montreal, are barging his fist down on the tabic before him. France has already signed the compulsory arbitration clause of the court but under the condition that the defunct Geneva protocol should come into force.
And hear the pedestrian. Miss Marjory Taylor, who has recently completed her nurse-in-training couree at the General Hos-p Ial, Montreal, is spending a vacation at her home here, guest of her parents, Mr. Raymond Van, of the St. John district, is spending a few weeks with his parent,s Mr. Rupert Van. Harry Adams has returned to Montreal, after spending a holi-dsv in town, guest of relatives.
Willie Reed, from South Durham, and Mrs. George Cummings and Mr. Wadleigh Cummings spent a day at the Sherbrooke Exhibition. The Intermediate School, here re- Mr. Look for Them in the Store. On the Racks, On the Counters. Every deduction is Exactiy as Stated. In the lot are : three styles of lace trimmed gowns, lace trimmed combinations, lace trimmed dance sets, lace trimmed and ornamented bloomers, bobettes, neatly ornamented and finished with pocket; lace trimmed slips.
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Sizes 22 to Each 85 c. Here are some you may wear with all your costumes. Georgette scarves featuring striking patterns and colorful combinations. Friday Bargain, each LOO. George I Murphy, vice-president of the club. The qualifying round will consist! There will be ro ; handicaps, and the low eight will play match play of eighteen hole:-to determine the winner. Drawings; will be posted at the club house , Sunday, and the rounds should bel : completed within the following time!
Christener, Akron, won on foul from Johnny R;sko, Cleveland, 9 rounds. Bayonne, N. By Alan J. Unquestionably below his best. Until last year this meet was held intermittently the first in , the second in , the third in and the fourth in , but is from now on to he a regular annual event, and it is expected that the interest will be more widespread than ever, and efforts wdll be made to have the different records that now stand broken.
All registrations for this meet should be forwarded to the Y. No one who has been less than three months resident in the Eastern Townships is eligible for entrance. Root and Schulte; Johnson and J. Too, one may light one c Buckingham after another without any effect upon the voice. I Goodman, in turn, was knocked j out of the tournament in the second,! But fot! Pats by a two to nothing score.
In the final game of the season. It was a close game, with both sides trying desperately to gam the victory, but play was clean throughout, only one penalty being handed out. Some good lacrosse w-ie seen, the game being cloce all the time. The Nationals made their first score in the second period, Gosselin putting in a shot. Neither side could get in during the opening third, and the first intermission found no score.
There a: two more games on the achedui to complete the league, but z these are of no importance in th final standing, it has been agree to drop them. Last year the cu went to St. Pats, who have no dropped it to the Nationals. Lussier, J. Lustier, GossePi Lnmy, S. Robidoux and Dc Rui seaux. Mountain climbing is recommended for persons who are at the end of their rope for something to do and want everything to be on the up-and-up.
Pictured here are daring climbers who ascended to the summit of the famous Tour Ronde on the Franco-Italian frontier recently. Many climbers have lost their lives in this vicinity this year. Lewis took the first fall with his favorite headlock hold in 23 minutes and 34 seconds and the final fall with a body lock in ten minutes. Stetcher won the second fall with a scissors hold, -? Advertisements in this issue. Purdy J and little Samuel, called here by the [ sudden death of the late J.
Gifin, 1 returned to their hime in Lansfor, I I Pa. McDougall and Mr. Guy Bishop to judge the cattle, and Mr. Armitage to judge the poultry. Today the programme promises to be most interesting. The parade of live stock will again he viewed before the grand stand.
The named race, free-for-all and green races will provide entei-tainment for thosa interested in this form of amusement. All those who possess large families will do well to bring them all and be in line for the prizes offered which are very inducive.
The oldest man or woman on the grounds can win a substantial prize easily, merely by confessing his true age. The sports to he viewed before the grand stand, among which is the pole vault open to all, offer attractive prizes. The pipers and Scotch dancer will do their share in amusing the crowd each day. They likely name something you want. Special, a roll. Another triumph of research is the exclusive Majestic feature, Automatic Sensitivity Control, which assures equal sensitivity and range at all points on the dial, while adjusting only the tuning knot.
Let us give you a free demonstration in your home tonight! Early English design cabinet of American walnut. Instrument panel overlaid with imported Australian Lace-wood. Escutcheon plate and kuutnt finished in genuine silver. Doors of matched hull walnut with overlays on doors and interior panel of imported Australian Lacewoad. Escutcheon plate, knohs and door pulls finished in genuine silver. Troop of Scouts r. The boys were Burns, E.
Swimmers and rescuers, T. Pathfinders, H. W, Atwood. King I scout completed , H. Observers and swimmers, H. John-i son. Congratulations also go to Halden Johnson, Sept. Last year he took second place. Ross was chos- the initiation of A. Harold Roes ea chairman, and his interest and! Gardner, presiden chairmen, who were as follows;;of the troop commirtee, also Mr. Transportation, Mr. Sherry; lG. Ross, chairman of the camp corn-finance, Mr.
Atwood; equip-j mittee. The ceremony started with ment, Mr. Denovan; prizes, the grand parade, ending in a cir- Mr. Ross; site, Mr. Vegiard; food, i scoutmaster attired m bathing suit Scoutmaster W. The j and quite black with feather head-camp was run on the patrol system ; dress and grass skirt, took the role as last year and worked out very : of Chief Torturer and carried ou well.
At the close dougn-Wolf Cubs who arrived for the last nuts were served, eight days of camp. Tents were The camp was highly honored y rented from the Militia Department.! Perrault, who were arrange the tents and sanitary con-! Sherman, transportation chan man. Howard Atwood. On Monday, ; Upon arrival, the guests were in-July 22nd, the main party of scouts, : troduced to Scoutmaster Reanea, after being inspected by the scout-: with whom he inspected the various master, left for the camp by auto- units.
Perrault was very inter-mobile kindly loaned. Webb noticed the older boys march-! The transportation of the ; tion was given at ihe camp. He was equipment was kindly arranged by! Shortly which both he and Mis.
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I'm looking forward to FM Editor Live I simply quoted svita 's words and the keyword was "hopefully". As you can realise he couldn't finish it last weekend as he intended to do. Had another chat with him today and the latest news is that there are some minor details left to sort out before it's ready for release.
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Lawnmowerman : I've been on my annual break starting mid-December. It's the time of the year I get sick of FM and take time off. I'm still replying to all private messages and chats though. If there's nothing good to announce, I don't see a point raising false hope.
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