" Pardon, O gracious Lord and Father, whatsoever amiss in this my prayer, and let thy will be done ; lor my will is blind and el ring, but lllllie is able to do exceeding abui.dantly above all that we ask or think ; Jesus Christ our Lord. Owing to the large number ot Winchester people who have canoes or boats mi ihe lakes the club opened an additional building last sia^on : lor berth 1 00111, and w ith the numerous re- 1 mil.

" Lord, support me all day long of this troublous llle, until the shadows lengthen and the evening comes, and the busy world U hushed, and the lever ol lile is over, and my woik is done. Shrubs and GROWN IN A HOHE NURSERY '•round* beautified anil all kind* of ornamental planting dune in a »ati*fart"ry manner, (iet our estimate and planting sketch before ordering eli dirt has ids- appeared. 'Ihe lamp globe is cleaned ever) da) with lie wspapeis and chamois skin, but is never washed. is planned lor this year with the Med- lord Boat Chili, which is also verv active | it is anticipated that the club will be the centre 01 uiter«-st durnig the summer.

I pray thee ol thy glial pity to heal and restore him, that he may serve thee without hindrance. aid Beibtris Thum Seruii tor hirging rreoi our specialties A.

He leaves the church in excellent condition financially and spiritually. We wish to thank you tor youi past patronage and trust we may- be favored with a continuance 61 the s ime. I'lie rail was broken al the switch to the si ling at Heggs and Cobb's tannery, about three. H ' I tiie trouble not been discovered by Mr Dotnpsey the train would have undoubtedly been wrecked.

" to ,1 large audience, and In- held 'In- marked atten- tion m his healers to the close. Telephone all inquiries and orders to our Wohiilll olii e and they will receive prompt attention. On Thursday evening ol last week, as Patrick Iv mps, \. going to Ins work he found that a section ot the Pack on the Woburn loop ot tli- li ,\ M hid been turn up by 1 passing fr nil. Dmiipsey hurried at once to the switch tower at the centre and notified operator Temiey, u ho stopped the two Woburn trains which were one that time an. The trouble was discovered shortly bciore six o'clock, it being I hough I the twelve minutes pi six train loosened the rai|, and one ot the cars as it passed over it dragged it some ten feet. 693- L Avoid Being Disappointed By making your appointment for Spiiiu; Hmine cleaning NOW.

He was eighty y as going on ; t the reservoirs in the winter ot 1908-09 and The Mother Church. In the present report, these unlawful ads are designated as "other action" and the petitioners tlid not petition tor them and resent the imputation that they desired . Although any discussion of the re- port of the water board was decided "as " out of order "in the third session of the late town meeting, contrary to all precedent in Winchester town meetings heretofore, the report was not subse- quently brought up for acceptance by the town and the ideas, sentiment, opinions or any action expressed or recommended in the 'report are Jonly the peisoiial ex- pressions of the water board, not the town.

For twelve years hshing was enjoyed by Winchester citizens and Winchester's exclusive hshing privileges were guarded bv the Metropolitan Park Police. Brackett declined to take tuither caie ot issuing tisniug permits for the Water Board. It is a misstatement, a per- version of the facts and can lead to no good end for the water board to make no distinction betwee-i gentlemanly Win- chester tishermen who tlesire to lisli only uiuli r healthful restrictions 'and the mob from all the suriounding country the water board allowed to fish and do any- thing else they desiretl to do at the reser- voirs during the winter ol 1908-09. in fact, that the town will not approve of at present or not approved of in the past. Plumbing, Heating and Columbia ( 1 raohopliones, Farrow.

The music was of exception I al merit, Miss Blaikie being assisted hv I Miss Mary S.

PUBLIC ELECTRIC CHARGING STATION III) mi N AI'VKMTISICMKKT 1 3 At) nit sixtv -hve persons attended a most dtli Khtful musicale ut the home ol Miss Gladys Blaikie on Everett avenue , last Friday evening an 1 enjoyed a pio- iurain airati Red lor the violin, violoncello j and piaini. Sr\u: As it was declared -it the late town meeting, " out Boston Common, the town owning a' thfi land under the water. Chaffee, their president, a beautiful hoqtiet of llowers. I think 1 am sate in staling that it the committee had leconimended and the town voted all that was asked for, the tax rate would have been well over twenty dollars per thousand. achieved their franchise, to judge fairly ot the work of the suffragettes through the girbled reports oi unfriendly American newspapers. Nash Directors, to serve lor three years : Arthur W. 3, A minor Op, '56 I Introducti 111 -Andante con niolo II Vivace 11011 tioppo III Adagio IV Finale Allegro maestoso assai Poucllielli, J" Dance ot the Hours" from 1 (loconda Tscliaikowski, Andante Cantabile, for . Main members have not missed one rehearsal throughout the season and tins enthusiasm and faithful work have told in a correspondingly steady gain in solidity and balance ot tone and ill light and shade. [)otten's Orchestra* Music furnished or all occasions Tel. A stretch ot crushed stone has been laid between the tracks at the centre station t r tin; entire distan -e ft* nitillg the matter. Tins tills up the depression when his mother started to fulfill her duty sobs ol anguish filled the room " But . " 1 told ou I should 1 unish you in tins wav if you disobeyed, and mother must keep her word, you know. The vestry was decorated lor the occasion and more than too people assembled to sav "Goodbye. Little Miss Powers in behalf ot the Junior League presented to Mrs. Without attempting to i|iiote tin- exact amount ot the reductions made by the committee. and showed plainly how 1111- ' authorized had been the measures used tln m, how terribly they had suffered, but without faltering because o! Listening to her one could not fail t,» be impiessed with the utter inability ot one not con- vetsant with luiglish history— with the methods ot winch alone nun have! The second season ol the Sociity was brought to a triumphant close last Mon- day evening when tiie orchestra played the following program : Mein Mssohn, Symphony No. It would be obviously unfair to corn- pare- this company of amateurs with a Dodv ot players but it is not uoui; too tar to say that tin- orchestra has, in these two seasons, reached a point w here tin y 1 an leel sine ol play illj; tveu as ditlicull a piogram as t his last inn- in a way to give great pleasure. M'IAL TKKATMKNT8 M ^XICUKISO-SIUMPOOl S'O 16 Myrtle »treet, Winchester. It a motion had been made to hav e the town accept the report ol the water board, the above matter would have been discussed, as no such motion was made, there was no need of such discussion. Plumbing:, Steam and A-l Hot Water Heating PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. EDWARDS, Manager-Winchester Branch Winchester Office : 6 Thompson St. What the water hoard reported to the town has not been approved or accented by the tow n and the town is not bound by their report and has not ex- pressed any approval oi it. " Noil Bat Flrst-CUss Workiii Eaplojed Estliatit Cheerfully Finltl H SHAW and CAMPBELL GO. 121-3 HEADQUARTERS FOR Fresh Killed Chickens and Fowl 1 Fresh Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Celery, Lettuce, String Beans, Spinach, etc. |ii discussing the value o| newspaper advertising a prominent merchant gives 1 he Spectator to inn erstiind Ins Jul- vertising campaign in the STAR has been getting results entirely unexpected.