Rutland Daily Herald from Rutland, Vermont on December 29, 1910 · 5
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RUTLAND DAILY HpRALR THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 29, 191ft PRESENT PRICE ' , : . - . ' - Stove and Egg 6.75 Chestnut $7.00 DELIVERED Henry W. Clement. .Phone 1C 3-1 103-2. Nesco Tin and Galvanized Ware NVeco brand good are the standard heavy weight high grade material. ' , Galvanized Wash Tubts Galvanized Baskets Galvanized Coal Hods, f 4 -Galvanized Ash Sifters, Galvanized Pails, Galvanized Oil Cans, Heavy Retinned Dairy Pails. W. C. LANDON CO, THE HARDWARE STORE.' SAYS HE KILLED FATHER. James Perixinga, an Italian, Make Strange Disclosure to Officials at the House of Correction Will Be Sent ,to ' Waterbury for Observation. The sentence of James Perxinga, who was committed to the house of correction from Caledonia county on a charge of tramping sometime ago, expired on December 23, and James would have enjoyed his Christmas dinner outside the walls had he not become boisterous just jjs the officials were preparing to give him bis freedom. Deputy Superintendent Bree had the man in charge on that day and was about to let him go. when the prisoner turned upon him violently and made a pretty good attempt at assaulting Mr. Bree. Perxinga, who was quickly overpowered and led back to a cell on a charge of breach of the peace, is an Italian. These facta became known yesterday morning when Perxinga was arraigned at the works" on the charge mentioned and sentenced to 50 days. He was tried before City Judge V. G. Bwinnerton and State's Attorney B. L. Stafford prosecuted. He pleaded guilty. The officials are Inclined to think that Perxinga, who is a young man, is insane. in conversation with the states attorney yesterday, the prisoner gloated over the fact that he had killed his father in the old country. The old man wanted to die, he explained in a free and easv.man-I ner; so I just did this- " and he went through the act of drawing a razor across his own throat. The old man smiled when ! did It, he continued, and jumped- into eternity, leaving me a radiant smile. He always liked me and thanked me for this favor, he volunteered in ait unconcerned manner. It is probable that the young man will be sent to the Waterbury hospital for observation when he completes his sentence. V Edison January Records Now on Sale Grossman Has Not Been Located. Emery Gyorfi of Proctor has brought sultagainst Carl Grossmann, Proctor Trust company, trustee, and this comes as an echo to the strange disappearance of Grossmann, the Austro-Hungarian consular agent who left Proctor more than two weeks ago, taking with him. it is said, a large sum of money belonging to his fellow countrymen. That matter is now being Investigated, but as Grossmann has not yet been located the process was served on the trustee only. Cincinnati, Dec. 28. Infielder Mickey Corcoran of the Cincinnati baseball team, was sold to Detroit American league club today. Howley Bros. Mileage Book ; 18 Center SL Blood Humors Commonly cause pimples, boils, hives, eczema or salt rheum, or some other form of eruption; but sometimes they exist in the system, indicated by feelings of weakness, languor, loss of appetite, or general debility, without causing any breaking out. They are expelled and the whole system Is renovated strengthened and toned by Hoods Sarsaparilla Get it today In usual liquid form or ! chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. . .. I' m i : Nichols & Barney Always Have What They Advertise A Large Measure Of our success and our increased sales proclaim success is due to oar efforts togive our patrons full value, and a little more, for the money they spend here. Back of our efforts is our absolute guarantee that, if , the goods are not as we represent them, we replace f themK without cost to you. f i Can ye do more ? Can anything te fairer ? ; Bath Rober- House Coats, Collar and Cuff Cases and other Holiday Goods at a 25 per cent discount. Boys Ocoats a special offer 10 to 16 years, atv f one-half price. They were S3. 50 to $10.00. I THE ROCHESTER NICHOLS & BARNEY 1 t : : : Judge for Yourself Ask for. Holeproof Hose, the original, genuine guaranteed Hosiery and judge for yourself as to its many excellent and attractive qualities. You want Hose that fit your feet and make them happy. You want Hose that feel light and soft on your feet, but hae the strength and firmness that will guarantee wearing quality. You want Hose that appeal to you because of their texture, softness, fast colors and fine appearance. You will find all ti.ese virtues in Holeproof Hosiery. t HOWLEY & CO. - center st ALDRICH-KELLEWAY. Rutland Girl and West Rutland Young Man Married By Rev. W. H. Spence at Brides Home Reception Followed Ceremony. In the presence of many relatives and friends, many of whom were from out of town, Miss Eva L. Aldrich, daughter of Mrs. Elva Aldrich of No. Ill Gibson avenue, was married at 8 oclock last night to William F. Kelleway, son of F. W. Kelleway of West Rutland, the ceromony- being performed by Rev. W. H. Spence, pastor of the Congregational church. The couple was married under an arch in the parlor, where they held a reception. The bridesmaid was Miss Mary Aldrich, a sister of the bride anil Frank Kelleway, a brother of the groom, was best. man. The flower girls were Miss Winnie Kelleway and Miss Hattie Marshv who carried white carnations and narcissus. Miss Gertrude Aldrich played the wedding march. The bridal party gathered in an upper 'noom and proceeded to the parlor headed by the flower girls, the bridesmaid and best man coming next in order and then the bride and groom. The"IicJae carried a shower bouquet. She wore a draped princess dress of white satin, with pearl trimmings. The bridesmaid wore blue crepe de chine. The house was very prettily decorated, the parlor beings In gala appearance with holly, evergreen, cut flowers and potted plants. The sitting room was similarly adorned, while the dining room, which was occupied during the feast by the bridal party only, was handsomely ornamented with various kinds of flowers and from tfte celling there reached to the table in a canopy effect, pink crepe paper intertwined with cut flowers. The Rutland Catering company furnished re-' freshments and the guests were served in the sitting room and parlor, the hall also being improvised as a dining room-for the occasion. The groom presented the best man with a stick pin and the bride's gift to the bridesmaid was a brooch set with pearls. ' The young couple received a profusion of presents, including silverware, cut glass, china, linen, gold fdeces and pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Kei-eway left on the sleeper this morning for New York city, Brooklyn and Glens Falls, N. Y., and upon their return they will live at No. Ill Gibson avenue. Among those from out of town who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Lincoln of Hudson Falls, N. Y., Mrs. Noyes of Glens Falls, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hebert of Danby, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fish of Ira, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Aldrich of North Shrewsbury, Mr. aqd Mrs. Bert Marsh and Miss Louise Marsh of Wallingford. Miss Florence Needham of South Wallingford. Mrs. Clark and Miss Blanche Pratt of Burlington and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kelleway of West Rutland. CITY BRIEFS ALUMNI SING SONGS. Washington, Dec. 28. J. Hancock Robinson. 62 years old. secretary lor' Senator Percy of Mississippi. was found dead yesterday in the senator's room :o the Senate annex to the Cap-itol. He had expired fronp-iieart disease in the night DEATH OF GEORGE PAUL. : We : Repair Harnesses Trunks Suit Cases and Bags r ? Long Time Resident of Center Rutland Expired at City Hospital This Morning. George Paul, aged 73 years, died at the city hospital shortly after 12 oclock latt night, following an illness of a few days. He was taken there suffering from a severe cold, but death was directly due to old age. He is survived by two children, Mrs. Hanra-tian of Lawrence. Mass., and a son, George Paul, who is in the West. Mr. Paul had lived at Center Rutland nearly all of his life, having been a marble worker and was at different times connected with the old Clement mill on Barrett 8 hill, later entering the employ of the Ripley Marble company and being retained by the Vermont Marble company when the latter took over the Ripley mills. He retired sometime ago. The body has been removed to the undertaking rooms of Clifford Brothers on Evelyn street, where St will be held until word has been received from one of Mr. Pauls children. The funeral and burial will be held hcre; Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the metallic cough of croup, bringing dread to the household. Careful mothers keep Foley's Houey and Tar in the house and give it at the first sign of danger. It contains no opiates. Chits. W. W ard. adv. Sleighs of Every Description Two and Three Seaters, Top Sleighs. -Spring Sleigh-Hxpress and Delivery Sleighs. ' It will pay you to look them over before purchasing. D. A. BARKER Cdscn and Willow Sts. Ooen Da v and Nigh. Phona 652-2. Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable. Banquet at the Berwick Attended By 36 Members of Class of 1910 R. H. S. Officers Elected. Thirty six members of the class of 1910, Rutland high school, sat down to! a banquet at the Berwick house last night to attack, for the first time as an organization. the excellent menu provided by Manager Boynton. And it. was a concerted, determined attack, it being nearly midnight before the blockade was raised. It was their first reunion, but that it will not be its last is proven by the action ol the class in empowering its president to appoint a committee at some future time to look after the arrangements for next years ; banquet. A business meeting was field before the banquet. The following officers being electvd for the coming year: lreeide!it,v-Fred W. Stafford; vice president. Miss Marion Ballon; secretary, Carroll Clark; treasurer, Earle -Colvin. - Fred William Stafford made an admirable toastmaster and several toasts .were responded to as follows: Dav in R. H. S., Vere Filiutrault; The I'acult v, Dorothy Temple; "1910 in R. H. S. Athletics. Carl 1). Biehmert Class Spirit," Carroll Clark; The Ladies. Esnie Smith; The Class of 1910, Mildred Chapman. The dining room of the Berwick was decorated with the class colors, green and gold, and many cut flowers. The affair was in charge of a committee consisting of Robert Watkins, Mildred Cnapman. Mildred Griunell, Esme Smith and Harry Pease. At the conclusion of the banquet, the class made the dining room ring With eld school songs and the vigorous manner in which they gave the high school yell, just as the banquet was breaking up, fairly shook the tables and perhaps disturbed more, than one sleeper on the top floor of the building. Fatally Injured by Ambulance. Philadelphia. Dec. 28 -Surrounded by members of his family. R. Winder Johnson, head or the banking firm o Lawrence. Johnson & Co. of this city; who was knocked down and injured by an automobile ambulance of the Women's Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals last mght. died in a hospital today. Mr. Johnson was crossing Chestnut street when the big ambulance with a sick horse in it came dashing fcwn the street and run him down. His skull was fractured and one of his legs was broken The driver of the ambulance was placed under arrest. Mr. Johnson was 55 years oid A OjffcD. We. the undenugii-U. do hereby esrree to reYuu.1 the uxiuer on a 50 root 'bottle of CrftOf', Wirmnict Syrop of Tar if It falls to are your couth or 90M. We also guarantee a 2.V Milt to prove satls-faetory or money refunded. Rutland Tho. Thompson. E. G. Sl.-riatlen Jt Co South Wailintford. C W. Ward Wallingford Cash Hizrins Drug Co. Store Rutland. F. A. Morse, M est Rutland. I Three classes of Sunday schoo. children were entertained in the parlors of the Baptist church last evening by Mrs. P, Wellington Bragg, who related many stories and each was given a box of candy. The children also helped to entertain themselves, singing in chorus several songs they were taught at Sunday school. There was quite a large attendance, considering the unfavorable weather. A. W. Gorton of Mansfield place went, yesterday morning on the sleeper for Boston, where he will spend a few days. He will also go to Providence. R. I., and New York city. A tout 100 people attended the annual Christmas tree and exercises in the chapel at Mill Village last night. There was' a musical and literary program carried out bv the members of tne Union Sunday school and after this each received a present from a heavily ladened tree. All had plenty of candy and fruit. The entertainment committee of the Knights of Columbus met last evening and informally talked over plans for the remainder of the season. Nothing definite was arrenged. .PERSONALS. Mrs. Mary Richardson of Crescent street is visiting in Brandon. James R. Whitney of Boston, who has been a visitor in this city, returned home yesterday afternoon. Miss Marjorie Weeks of Auburn-dale, Mass., returned home yesterday afternoon after visiting relatives in this city for a fjew days. Miss Helen Ely of Proctor was among the out of town visitors in this city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. David McHenry and son, Craig, of Granville, N. Y., who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. McHenrys aunt, Mrs. G. L. Bassett of Church .street, have returned home. ' Miss Pauline Richardson of Crescent street returned Tuesday from Ristorf, where she has been visiting for a few weeks. Frederick Rawley of Philadelphia, Pa., has returned heme after visiting for a few days in Rutland. Miss Beuiah Baird of Glens Falls, N. Y.. formerly of this city, is spend, ing the Christmas holidays at her home on Baxter street. Frank Chamberlin of Boston, who has been spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mr. George L. Gibson of Morse place, has .returned home. Mrs. Chamberlin and son Charles will remain some time. Arthur Brislin (of New York city, formerly of Rutland, who visited over Christmas at the home of his mother. Mrs. Ellen E. Brislin of East. Washington street, has returned hom. Mr. and Mrs. George Lynch and daughter Margaret of New York city, who have been visiting relatives in this city, have returned home. Miss Emma Nelson of Providence, R. I., has been spending the Christmas vacation at her home in Ceuter Rutland. Miss Anna Novak of Buffalo, N. Y., is spending the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Novak of East street. Miss Elizabeth Caswell of Middle-bur.v, who has been the guest of Miss Mabel Burton of Grove street, returned home last night. Miss Nona Toomey of Montclair N. J.. is spending several days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Samuel T. Braley of Park street. Mr. ami Mrs. .Leon Pollard of En-grem avenue have returned from Poult pev, where they have been visiting relatives for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knight, daughter Pauline and son Guy, of Cherry street have returned from Whitehall. N. Y., where thej- have been visiting relatives. Giants Get a Htfavy Hitter. New York. Dec. 2S. Third Ih ie-j man Futlerun of the Adrian club. I Southern Michigan league, signed today with the New York Nationals for 1011. Fullerton batted .314 with Ad- rian last year 3nd fielded .938 EXPECT 250 GUESTS. Rutland Humane Society Will Give Annual Christmas Dinner and Tree j Today Santa Claus Will Distribute j Gifts. Between 250 and 300 children, many of whom have but few dav of pleasure from one year to another, will be j made happy today when the annual j Christmas dinner and trees will be given by the Rutland Humane society in Grand Army and Combination halls. Although the arrangements were started a bit late on account of the illness of Mrs. E. I. Hall, one of the prime movers in the affair. everything has flnalLv been completed and one of the most successful of the series will surely result. It is expected that the children will commence ito arrive about Iff o'clock and from tills time until 3 oclock they will be royally entertained, feasted and clothed. Many call' Tor aid have been received by the committee in the last few days and yesterday it was neces-safy to engage twn extra teams to be ?ent out in different directions to assist in bringing to town the guests of the society. When they arrive all will go to Apollo hall, where they will be clothed with warm wearing apparel. Much stuff along this line nas been pent in the year, especially in babies clnthes. The dinner will he served at 11:45 o'clock in Grand Army hall and a great spread has been arranged which will include turkey, chicken pie, mashed potatoes, rolls and butter, coffee and cocoa, ice cream and cake, and numerous other good things. Prom here the party will adjourn to Combination hall where two large Christmas trees have been trimmed. Miss Ada Skeels will tell the Christmas etory. One of the trees given by the local lodge of Elks will be lighted with many tiny electric bulbs. Santa Claus will make his annual visit and each child will receive a present. Then when it is time to go home each guest will be favored with a box of lunch, a box of candy and an orange and each will have new mittens and two pair of new stockings. I NLY the really good things are imitated. Diamonds are imitated, but not reproduced. It's the same with other precious stones. Every safeguard .is afforded buyers here. Our expert knowledge and long years of experience insure against imitation. No charge for the protection little charge for the gems. F. B. Howard Jeweler and Optician. 4VVVVYVVLYvVV3iWWXVVSVV1.VVS Y .. ... f A i ! ! I I IS : i ; e i I - 12 ; Rutland Dry Goods Co. t 2 FENTON-BABBITT. Rutland Attorney and Ludlow Girl Quietly Married in Bellows Falls Yesterday Afternoon. The marriage of Miss Marion S. Babbitt of Ludlow to Walter S. Fenton of Rutland totfk place at the norne of the bride's aunt, Mrs. D. W. Bessette, in Bellows Falls, at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. W. R. Davenport, pastor of the First Methodist church, performed the ceremony, the single rjng service being used. The wedding was extremely quiet, the immediate friends of the contracting parties only being present. Both bride and groom were unattended. The couple left in the evening for New York, where the honeymoon will be passed. On their return to Vermont they will live in this city, where Mr. Fenton is an attorney, being associated with Judge . L. Howe. The guests present from out of town included Miss Mary Yardley of Smith college and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Fenton of Pittsford, parents of the groom. F- O. DUNTON Grain That Is Grain Direct From the West. Clean, Sweet and Pure. NO CHAFF, NO DIRT, ' DULUTH IMPERIAL FLOUR Always on Hand. PHONE 550 ABRAHAMS Cut Rate Drug Stores Have a Full Line of Perfumes from the Famous Houses of Mother Orders Out Daughter-in-Law. Claiming that his mother owes him $923.13 for services performed for the benefit of, and at the request of the defendant, Fred M. Phillips of the town of Rutland, through his counsel, T. W. Moloney and C. V. Poulin, has brought suit in County court against his mother, Mrs. Ellen M. Phillips of New Haven, alleging further that he suffered damage to the amount of $S8 when his mother ordered his wife from the premises Phillips' mother owns a farm in New Haven and he worked for her, he says, in 1907, 1908 and 1909 and that part payment has already been made, but that the sum mentioned is still due him. Roger & Gallet Houbigant Lubin Piver Guerlain Colgate &. Co. Richard Hudnut Goetting & Co. Alfred Wright Kerkoff COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE LAXATIVE BJtO.YIO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy removes cause. Call for full name. Look for signature. E. W. GROVE. 25c. adv. We are still displaying Hair Brushes, Military Brushes, Mirrors, Fountain Pens, Traveling Cases, Perfume Atomizers, Cigars packed in boxes of 12 s, 256 and 50's each in fancy holiday packages. ABRAHAMS CUT RATE DRUG STORES, Phone 39 or 748. 19 Merchants Row, 150 West St. THE HOMES OF CUT PRICES. . The only real value of ancient history is in its bearing on current events. But when we tell you confidentially, that the sale of CLOTHES FOR YOU during the eight months of our business life has far exceeded our expectation, there is a world of satisfaction in this quick recognition and you can understand something of the fine clothes we are offering. Farrell & Co. TAILORS. Dunn Building. OUR OPTICAL WORK is no better than you can get in New York, Boston or Albany, But It Is Just As Good. Besides, we can save you some expense and bother. C. J. Cleveland Berwick Block 55 Center St. WE ARE DROPPING you a word of advice about colds and grip. When You Get Grip Our Tablets Cure You. They won't cure, only by using them. Just try for yourself and see it ,they don't do even more than wbt we say. OUR TABLETS CURE OTHERS AND THEY'LL CURE YOU. The Trudel Drug Co. FURS OF QUALITY Fur Coats, Scarfs, Muffs, Caps, Gloves , etc., of every description. Priced Low for Quality. GRACE-STERNS FUR CO. . MANUFACTURING FURRIERS. K Y A N IZ E . ( Its a floor finish ) The 0. C. Smith & Sons Co. Victor and Columbia Records for i January Now on Sale Remember They Are Interchangable Call and hear them even though you may not want to purchase. If you are not on my mailing list send me your name and I will mail you list of new Records each month. McCLURES MUSIC PARLORS THE ALTORF Phone 873 BARGAINS Book Bargains, Paper Bargains, Calendar Bargains, Leather Goods Bargains, Art Goods Bargains, Toy and Game Bargains. Bargains all over the store. Large opportunities on each floor. Circulating Library, 2c Per Day Have you read Molly-Make-jBelieve ? Tis one of the cutest, brightest, sweetest and most refreshing little love stories that ever was added to our library, and we add all the good books, as fast as they appear. The Rutland Catering Co. I Fas Grals Upbolsteriog Cushion and Hair Mkttress woTk done to order. Phone 646. ring 2. 121 Library Av. J. T. HURLEY Boydens Special $2.oo and $2. jo Shoes for Ladies Cannot be beat in Style, Workmanship or Quality, for the price. A trial will convince YOU. Sole Agent for the famous Gold Seal Rubbers. " Caters to all first class occasions in or out of city. Experienced waiters furnished for Private House Parties, Etc. TheRutland CateringCo. Phone 98-2. 36 Wales St. J. V. KEESE, Manager. A GOOD IMPRESSION. In the printing business means that every letter must show up distinctly and not puncture the paper. We must get that impression before we go ahead. When the job is done you get a good impression of our ability to turn out first class printing. If this impresses you; ihvestigate. A. J. NOVAK PRINTING CO. The Decorative Art Store. Fancy Striped and f igured -Linen Huck Towels, stamped with graceful border patterns and scallops. MERRIAMS, The Decorative Art Store, Carbines Bookstore 7 Center SL BOOKS STATIONERY PICTURES Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. Chas. R. Boyden 3 Merchants Row. Successor to A. H. Colvin Shoe Store, THIS HEATER ii stands pre-eminent among the many good ones. Glenwood B. A. ADAMS RUTLAND. VT. I s t 44 CENTER ST. O. F. C. Rye Whiskey Columbia Distilling Co. j Best Whiskey on the Market EXCLUSIVE AGENT IN RUTLAND IS I JAMES A. KELLEY O. F. C- AGENT. TEL 612. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Diaries for 1911 In Leather, Cloth and Canvas Binding 19 Sizes and Styles at 5c to S2 1 at 25 Discount From List THE TUTTLE CO., H & 13 Center St. Complete Bed Outfit Consisting of an Enameled Iron 4 Bed, Good Wire Spring and the Best Quality Cotton Top Mat-treas. Actual value, $12.00; for this special $8.50. $2.00 Cash and $1.00 Weekly. GONYEA & AIBA Complete House Furnishers. Opposite Memorial Hall.

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