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January 7, 1915

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-- I I THE VINEYARD GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, i915. PAGe. 3. I I I q t L Finds Expression in this Treasure Chest of New Seasonable Merchandise. i Ever alert to adopt the new, ever anxious to show the t"Fabries and Garments of the Hour," this store may be depended upon to pro- vide whatever is in popular favor at this time. Especially is the sub- stance of this statement applicable to this collection of Women's Coats, Suits and Furs. Misses' and Children's llresses and Coats. Tile new effects ill latces and GarniDlres. I)ress G.oods and Silks. Undergarments :-ilk Petticoats, Corsets. Accessories of all Kinds, Nov,,lties Ho iery, Gloves, Ribbons and Jewelry ifl U Very special at- tention is ealIed to the representative stocks of Women's and Misses' Musliu Underwear and high-grade Lingerie brought together at the Steiger, Dudgeon Com- pany, to meet the demands of the present season. Quality vms with Beauty and Economy waits on both. ,,,, r;'n:ner', Veritable Gems of Fashions's Fairest Fancy have already presented themselves, giving us some mformatmn about what is yet to come, intimating in no uncertain manner the great latitude of shapes that will prevail this spring. All Millinery _of the present season is now reduced. Mail Orders receive prompt and cereful attention, being filled by experienced shoppers with the same care that you would manifest were you shopping in person. INNmtNN~NINNND STEIIIER, DUD New Bedford. I Pleasant Street Union Street Purchase Street WEST TISBURY. Miss Lena Athearn of Oak Bluffs was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A Atbearn January let. Mrs. Carl Reedof Chilmark has been the guest of ~,1r. and Mrs. Fred Norton. Mr. Flavel M. Gifford, having spent the holiday at home, has Leturned to Amherst. Mr. Bruns and son of New Yor~ have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Look. Beatrice Gifford~as returned from New Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dill, having been at Long Point for the summer and autumn, have returned to NorLh Eastham. Mrs. blocmn, having been away since early summer, has returned home. Miss Mary Coffin has returned to Ruther- ford, :N. J. Mrs. Raymond Walker and daughter a A "Linen Shower" was given Miss Lena West on the afternoon of Jan. Ist by Miss Emily Shultz at the residence of Mr. and Mrs James Look. The rooms were very tastefully trimmed with laurel and red have returned to Edgartown accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Sullivan. Mr m~d Mrs. Rose have been gue.~ts "of Miss Gleaaon. Mr. Rose is au instructor at Harwich Agricultural station. The Grange held its meeting at Agricul- tural Hall on Monday night. Mrs. Mar- garet A. Sarre from Lowell, Lady Assis~- ant Stewartof the State Grange, assisted ~,:o e '3 I ook, installed the officets of the West Tisbury Grauge. The work I of installation wa~ done in a very easy, im- pressive mauner. After the installation Mr. Leroy Lure rendered a solo in excel lent voice and Mrs. Sarre gave a humorous recital whieh was greatly enjoyed. Re- freshments were served of cake, ice cream and coffee. berries and presented a very attractive appearance. A pine tree with red ribbons to holda souvenir for each guest while pine boughs completely hid the linen show- er from Miss West until her turn came and she was showered with the useful and pretty gifts. Twenty-three guests were present and refreshment of cake, sand- withes, fancy crackers, and cocoa were served. Misses Lydia West and Hazel Cahoon helped serve the same and Miss Priscilla Hancock made the occasion more pleasant by instrumental music. GAY HEAD. Miss Lottie E. Itasklns is the goest of her cousiu, Mrs. C. W. Hill, In New Bed- ford. Mr. and Mrs. Amos P. Smalley have been the recent guests of her father, Mr. ~amuel G. Mingo, at North Tisbury. Miss Nanetta Vanderhoop returned on Saturday night from her visit t.j the main- land. Mr. and Mrs. JamesH. Hubmt spent a part of last week in Boston. Mr. Leonard F. Vanderhoop gave a party to a number of his young friendson Thurs. day evening. Mrs John W. Belain returned on Tues- day from Vineyard ftavea where she has been Stopping with her daughter, Mrs. Thaddeus Johnson. NORTH TiSBU RY. Mr. Eugene Cochran has returned from Taunton and it is said will leave soon for Virginia in the interests of Seven Gates tara. Mr. Webb of Seven Gates farm and Mr. O S. I)aggett of Cedar Tree Neck have filled their ice houses the past week. Mr. Ehne:" L. Rogers has been granted a chauffeur's license, h~viug passed the examination sueeessfMly. Aerial Mail Service ~uggested. The Boston Globe, Jan 4th, says: "Fly- ing," the official magazine of the Aero Club of America, advocating aerial mails, suggests that, for instance, for the supply of the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, such aeroplane service might start frcm Providence, the distance from Providence to Martha's Vineyard being approximately forty-five miles and to Nan- racket about twenty miles farther How Would you like to be the star route carrier on this line? That's good. Pretty soon, perhaps, we shall see our friend, Howard C. Ripley, coming down for his week-ends from Providence, in an air-craft. If this ser v~ce should start from Providence, as sag tested, Ripley would likely drop from the clouds most any old time, much to every body's Pleasm.e. VINEYARD HAVEN Students, teachers and holiday makers returned to their several schools, duties or homes during the early part of the week. Dr. Ansel G. Cook of Hartford, Conn., who has been spending a week at this, his early home and favorite "rest cure" has gone back to hts busy city life. Norman Chadwick of Springfield has been the guest of relatives Percy T/lion, now fishing at Woods Hole, spent part of the holidays in town. Miss Marian Bedfish expects to renmin 1 ill town during the entire winter. l Miss Maysie Smith, after two weeks' va- I cation pleasantly spent witi~ her parents-'t state road, returned to Norgbfield Seminary this week. [ qhe Bernstones were guests of Mrs. Bern:stone's parents on Old Edgartowu Ro,td during the Holid~tys. The Acanthus Club met with Mrs. F. L. Eddy on William St. Saturday evening, re*ulning the winter's course of study after brief vacation. An interesting paper was given by Miss Elaine Merrill, subject: "Looking Backward," a review of a num- ber of early Americau writers, painters and musicians. The paper was followed by a general discussion and New Year's Resolutions. Miss Martha Jones is absent fora week's visit wkh a sister and friends in Provi- dence. Rev. A. Fairbrother, Ph.D., officiated satisfactorily at the M. E. church on Sun- day. Mrs. C. T. Hatch and family and M. Nor- ris Ior New York, Miss E. D.'Lord for Wil- mington, cud Miss Annie Gouyon for Brockton were among Monday's departing guests. Mr. H. Franklin Norton and mother were ealling on their relatives here Thursday. Lieut. Edward Roth, Jr., for several gears at Ft. Redman, New Bedford, has received promotion and been ordered south. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Roth are now in Calif., where they will passthe season with or near their cousins the P. G. Woosters, Pasadena, will be their principal stopping place uotil the openiug of the Pamtma Ex- position. The Miss Ashtons have returned to Sea Pines boarding school on the Cape. Mr. George H. Dean of Boston and Mel- rose Highlands who joined his family here for the week-end, left with Mrs Dean and their daughter by Monday's early boat. Mrs. Murry Horton, who has been mak- ing an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Dean returned-ou Thursda~ ichor sister, Mrs. Beetle, William street. Mr. :Norman Fuller of Greater Bostan, visited with his uncle Mr, Luther West for a week returned homo on Monday. The regular meeting of Sea Coast De- fence Chapter, D. A. R., will be held with Miss Mabe,1 Bodfish, Beach street, the third Tuesday in the month. Per order Regeut. Mrs. lienrietta Hollister has left for New Yolk calied by lhe presence of her s~m for a short time, and to be with her daughter, Mrs. Ster]ing St. John for the rest of the winter. Miss Clara Smith, principal of the Hardie School Building, Beverly, Mass,, spent a part of the holidays with her friends, the Norman Johnsons. Miss Gratia Eldridge of saburban New York has been making a holiday visit with her mother at Fair Fide. She eutertained many of her school frauds and the teach- ersof our schools at an elegant but not formal reception New Yeads Day. The gowns of Miss Eldridge, and others were unusually fresh and becoming with fur, feather and lace accessories The New Cal::~ ~a'e was successful bring- ing in to the cta,~ f::nd St0. Mr. Eve,et~ .~. , roscup, a prominent business n:au of 'J