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THE TUJ RLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY. MAY 11, 1905
Old Bee Hive.
l Smart Hosiery
Hosiery offers unlimited opportunity for exquisite
ly beautiful, artistic effects. Our lute importation of
stockings for men and women in new style effects arc
superb. Attractively priced as follows:
New Tan Styles.
Nov.- Tans In plain llsles,
embroidered in colors, very
attractive. Also lace llsles.
Excellent stockings ut
New Black Hose.
lllnck hoso In endless
variety. All black; black
with spilt white solos.
Also plain and laco lisle,
tlnod aluo, a."e.
Plain and Lace Lisle.
Women's hose shown In
plain and lace lisle. Also,
white split soles landless
variety; excellent quality
Values Equal to 70c.
Kxtetislvc showing at
fiOc. From plainest to fan
ciest. In tnns, blacks, em
broidered, lace. Kiiuali; at
price never shown In city.
Black Silk and Lace.
Very beautiful black
silk, lace, embroidered ef
fects. In. our experience
we never offered their
equal In quality at price
Silk and Lace Effects.
The samo may bo said
as of the $1 stockings, only
more elaborate, dainty, at
tractive. Nothing more,
beautiful in hosiery Imaginable,
Perfumes, Soaps, Powders
At Specially Reduced Prices
T Hudnut's Sachet Powder
Hudnut's -Sachet Powder,
CCPln Jars, all odors. Special
J V'' price at fide.
miS'i'iRc has no
equal. In jars twice the
size of others. Special,
Almond Skin Meal
Almond rdeal for the
skin. In two sizes. Spe
cial at 2,'e. f0c.
Hudnut's Toilet Water
Violet ollet "Water.
Special at Ti'ic. Virginia.
Rose and Yanky Clover
at 3.Hudnut's Tooth Powd.
Hudnut's Tooth Powder.
'Regular 2Tc quality. Spe-
'clnl, 3 for fine.
AT White Clematis Soap
Colgate's famous White
Clematis Soap. Special
offer at 21c per box.
Cashmere Boquet Soap
'Colgate's fiiinous Cnsh-
mero lloquet Soap. 23c
per cake, 00c per box.
AT Violet Talcum Powder
Colgate's Violet Talcum
Powder. Very line.
clal, 19c per box.
Allen's Violet Talcum
and Tooth Powder. 10c
per box, for 2 lie.
Y. M. 0. A. AUXILIARY.
Director Ulccled nt the Annual Meet
Meeting Monday Aflernoon.
The nnnunl meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary to tho Y. M, C. A., held Mon
day afternoon In Hie association rooms,
war, largely nltcnded. Tho meeting was
In charge of Miss Henrietta Wood, presi
dent of tho ntixlllaty, nnd was opened
by devotional services led liy the Rev. fl,
w. Drown, pastor of tho Methodist
Church. Reports of tho various com
mittees which had charge nt tho work
of thu auxiliary during tho year were
read and approved. The repnils showed
that the work. of tho year had been very
successful. Ulfiln;f tho year tho nuxll-ai-y
donated $2"0 to the work of tho as
sociation, In addition to cither charitable,
gifts. At tho nnnual Kaster sale nnd
supper, hold lust month, over $100 was
cleared, while a considerable sum was
realized from the chicken pie supper,
held lecently. At present there are 1SS
members of tho iinxlllnry, which Is an
encouraging Increase over the number
of members at the cnritspondlni; tlmo
Tho following board of directors was
eelcled to pone for the year: Mrs. W.
I!. Hng.ir, cltrillmnu; Mrs. A. D. Pease,
Mrs. A. 8. Ducket t, Mrs. T. P. Jones,
Mis P. M. Atlurton, Mrs. V. A. Nye,
Mis. . C. I.you. M'-s. .1. M. Fraser, Mis.
C Ci. Peterson, Mrs. S. K Whipple, Mrs.
F. I'. Lord nnd Mrs. It. C. Cot tarn. 'I his
board will meet next Monday afternoon
to elect officers.
Tit ports delivered nt (bo State Wnm.tn'n
Auxiliary convention, held In Hulland
last month In connection with the an
nual State V. M C, A. convention, were
rejil. Refreshments- of ice cream and
cake were served, thu Ice crenm being
given by ft. I... Kent.
Ml .tiixephlne Kntirninn nnd Henry
Vols, Jr., Married nt Firs! C'litircli.
A very pretty spring wedding was sol
emnized at Iho First Church Tuesday
ifternoon nt three o'clock, when Miss
Josephine K Kaufman, daughter of Mrs.
Anna Under of Vcrgcnnrs, hecamo tho
brldo of Henry Volz, Jr., of this city. Tho
ceremony whs performed by tho Hov. I'M-
ward IlttiiRerford In the presence of a
largo company of frlonds or tho contract
ing parties. The bride, who was becom
ingly attired In a gown of white china
silk, carried a bouquet of white carna
tions and wore a veil. The bridesmaid,
MIsb Hmmn, Kaufman, a sister of tho
bride, woro bluo crcpo and carried a bou
quet of pink carnations, Tho Rroom was
attended by Frederick Rotnx of Monk-
ton as best man,
In thn evening a dunce nnd reception was
tendered to the newly wedded pair In tho
(). II. hall on Crowley street, when a
largo number of friends extended con
gratulations and good wishes to tho
happy couple, Kc.freshmcnts were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Vol, last Wednesday morn
ing on the s.ot triln for a honeymoon
trip, to be spent In Albany, N. Y. Upon
their return they will board for the pres-
nl with the groom's put cuts on Volz
street. They were the recipients of a
argo number of cholco wedding Rltts.
Among thne from out of town to at
tend the. wedding nnd reception were Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ccorge Fllgcr, Mrs. Josephlno
Solicitor, llayward Marshall, Mr. ami
Mrs. (Jllstnv llnnncmnu, Joseph Snllcder,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sherman, Mr. and
Mrs. lid ward CrnmplK, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Max Fanslow. Mr. and Mis. Call Nenn-
ler, Mrs. Anna Under, Louis Kaufman
and Miss Ihnma Kaufman of Vorgonncs.
md Frederick Relax of Mnnkton.
WEDDED AT ST. JOSEPH'S.
AT Pear's Soap, A Cake
Pear's famous Soap.
Needs no comment. We
offer It at 10c a cake.
7 Cakes Fairy Soap
Fairy Soap. Very fine.
As a special offer, 7 cakes
for only 2.1c.
Honey, Almond Cream
Hind's Honey and Al
mond Cream. Nothing
liner. Special at inc. bottle.
Two Mnrrlngr .solctnnlxcil There Tne'
day by lit. Itcv. .Mcr. Clniirrc.
Two weddings were solemnized nt St
Joseph's Church Tuesday at eight
o'clock in the morning Mlrs F.sthor
V'jeauvals wan married to Joseph II
Dufrcsne, tho ceremony being performed
by tho Right Rev. Mgr. Cloarec
The groom was attended by the
bride's hrotlvr, IMwaril J. P.eau-
vnls, nnd tho hrlder.niild was Miss
Adelaide Lcnoyes. Tho liido was gowned
in cream crepe de chine unci carried ;
bouquet of bridal roses. The brides
inald was attired In a gown of pearl
crepe do chlno and carried white carna
After the ceremony at the church s
wedding breakfast was served at the
home of tho gloom's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. David Dufrcsne, on Chaniplain
street. In tho aflernoon and evening a
nieption was hold at the home of the
bride on North Wlnonskl avenue. Mr.
anil Mrs. Dufrcsne will be at home at
213 North Wlnooskl avenue.
At four o'clocy Tuesday aftcnoon
Mls Dora Rlssette and William Centy
1 ear were united In mariiago by thu Ut
llev. Mgr. Cloarec. Tho wedding was
quiet cue and th- bride and proem were
unattended. In the evening n reception
was held at the home of the bride at 1G9
The brldo Is tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William T. lllssetto of Interval
avenue and tho groom Is an estimable
voting man who has roomed on llydo
street for a number of years. The young
couple will reside in this cliy.
"THE MIKADO" CAST.
Ciuirnclcr Selected for the Opera to lit"
nit en A'cst Month.
The executive committee, having In
charge the production of "The Mikado,"
have expended much tli-.igl,i qnd time
upon tl" selection ot the soloists for tho
tiper.i and aro now r"ady to aniriunco
the character, to be cast, as follows;
The Mikado of Japan I.lent. A, N.
Nankl-Poo diis son, disguised n a
minstrel) I", K. liagnall.
Ko-Kn (l.oid High Kxecutioncr) Har
1 h-ll.ih (Lord High Kverythlng F.lse)
-F K Swett.
PKh-Tush (A Noble I.oid)-F. Ii. North.
Ynm-Yuni, Pltti-SIng, IVep-Iio, thrco
s st try, wanls of Ko-Ko, Mis. Oeitrudo
AVoodbiiry Poweis, Miss H11.1 Urowncll,
Jlrs. A. N. Plckel.
1etlhn (an elderly lady In love with
Nauki-l'otO-MIsi Ha Niles.
It will b noticed nt once that only
thren of the i-ololsts, who voro heard
in the "Chime of Nnrmmdy," appear
In the present cast, and that not over
lull' of the latter are locil singers. These
t.i -Is arc not to bo regarded n3 shotting
any lack nf appreciation by tho commit
tee of the splendid work of the former
cant, or any falluie to reeognizo the
value of seven! talented loer.l ringers
whose names have not appeared in either
cabt. With all HurllnBton's pride In and
loyalty to her local talent, there exists
hero as eliewhero tho himg':r of th'i
eager, restless American people for
"something ucnv," It is in response to
tli s or.niinT thit tho committeo havo
tiled to sot lire as far as practicable the
charm of novelty In tho personnel ot
"The Mlkaeio" cist.
Miss Nlles Is a Morrlsvlllo gill who
h.i made a brilliant success In the larger
I'ltie:-. in pn.fe lonnl opeia and her name
lendi an iinusii.il ghuy to the amateur
east. Mrs. Power.''s musical an.! dra
matic tnlem Is well known of old in Uir
linglon and her many friends here will
give her an entluilasttc welcome, l.irnt.
nnd Mrs Picket belong to the 11th C. S.
cavalry and are among the most popular
and talented members of tho garrison
at Foit r.'thnn Allen. I.ieut. Pi'kel has
unusual ability as a comedian ami his
fine physique is admirably suited to the
r.do of Mikado. Mrs. Plckel Is Rifted with
a sweet volco and will make a dainty
Pe ep- llo.
About Making Gardens.
There -is nothing better thnn pure
Ground Hone in making gardens,
A tenspoonful In a hill Is n perma
nent hciullt, lasting nil summer.
Enclose S;t.'jr in rlieck or postal
money order, or In n repitcrect letter,
nnd n trial barrel will be shipped to
you promptly. II' you don't need It all
divide It with your neighbors.
We pulillt.li b little booklet, showlnn
Iww to tise firound Bonn as a Fertilizer
In gardens and In greenhouses nnd to
promote the arowtli of your flowers
and shrubbery. Send yonr name on n
postal earil and It will he sent to you
free by return until.
C y.. Page. Hyde Park. Vf.
The Cadet A- good lawn mower at a moderato price.
We have cheaper ones, at $3.50.
John A. Manson & Co.
ABJtNAQUE" Combination Circular an? Drag S w
Outfit with 5 H. p. Eng ne
Rverythlnn on one act tot truck. Simple, itronr, easy to operate
.Wllto tor catalogue y.
ABENAUUei MAC. UNO WORKS. WratmlaMer KItlo, Vt,
Par Sale bf J. O, HIODL.BBIIOOK aONH, BwllastOB. V
TOUCHED LIVE WIRES.
t:dnrd lleniidry Pell Co ; round from
IMeetrle l.lulit Pole.
Hdward lleaudry, a lineman employed
by I.ellm.m & S.mford, hi tho installa
tion of tho municipal electric, lighting
phut, is In the Mary l'b'teher hospital
suffering from the shock received through
contact with live wires on St. Paul stre
Monday afternoon, licnudry was worU
ing on the top of a polo nearly opposite
the M.ipti't Church when tho accident
The wrist of one hand enmn In eon
tact with the exposed joint of two wires,
while the other hand touched another
bare wire attached to the pole. The clr
cult thus formed gave Heaudry a severe
shock and he loll to the ground. He
struck feet first ami Immediately toppled
over, his head striking heavily against
tho stone curbing and being badly cut.
HIT HUSBAND ON HEAD.
lOtilsii Vlenn In Court
f'linrgfM, Pleading (iullty.
Mis. Louisa, Viens.not unknown in court
circles, broke forth again Monday night
md made the life of her husband so mis
erable, that he complained to Iho police
and had her nriested. Mts. Vlens got
drunk and by way nf diversion hit her
husband on the head with an old shoe
causing the blood to run.
Mrs. lens was nrrcslrd Tecstl.iy and
was arraigned before Justice P. (!. Web
ster on two charges, to each of which she
entered a plea of guilty. For being drunk
sho was fined J5 and costs, which she
could not pay. She will servo the alter
natc sentence of ten days in jail, l'or
breach of the peace she was lined i' anil
costs, the alternate sentence being Jt
days in the House of Correction. Whether
she will serve the sentence cannot be de
termined until the ten days In jail are
point ' of 1 vlejtv of the naturalist rather
than thn scientist and will nn that ac
count commend Itself to all classes of
bird lovers, especially to the laity. Tho
work everywhere evidences tho careful
study and thorough knowledgo ot bird
lore upon thn part of tho author.
An appendix contains a list of the birds
of llr.iltleboro and vicinity furnished
by Mts. i:ib..ilietli II. Davenport, a list
of those about Ht. Johnsbury by Miss
Isabel M. Paddock, a list of birds to 1)0
found In Ilennlngtnn nnd vicinity by Hr.
nnd Mrs. I,. II. ltoss, a list of tho birds
of Itulland county by O. II. Itnss, a
migration list of tho birds of Ilrlstol and
vicinity by A. C. Dike, together with n
preliminary list of thn birds of Vermont
by (Icorgo 11. Perkins, Ph.D., assisted
by Clifton I. Howe, M.8., as well us other
Are Looking for Violation nf the l"Mi
nnd titiine I.nws.
II. O. Thomas, Kt.ite fish and game
commissioner, caire to this city Tues
day. In speaking of the conditions
throughout the State lie said that a close
watch was being kept by tho various
wardens nnd that in some sections vio
lations weie frequently discovered. He
said that few complaints had been heard
from this section of the State.
A report has Just been made by Mr.
Thomas ot the finding of eight deer skins
by A. 11. Chandler i f itlpton. The skins
were found in l,elci-ter Mr. Thomas has
ordered the waidcn to make an investi
gation into tho aft .nr.
V. K. Lord, tin- local game warden,
was in conference with Mr. Thomas last
night, llo was In Milton yesterday but
discovered nn violations of tho law.
Ilrnrtnlrret'n I'lniU Ilnnlnesn Condition
In Vermont (inocl Improvement In
Iteportfi to llnulstreet's for the week
upcnk very encouragingly regarding eon-
dltlons generally, with but few excep
tions all niaiiufarturlng Industries are
1 tinning lull time and n slight improve
ment Is reported in collections among
the wholesalers. An Improvement Is
noted In retail trade as better weather
conditions prewiil. Continued activity ex
ists In building lino anil wholesale deal
ers In that ktild of goods report good
lliirllngton reports nil mills well em
ployed and particularly good otders are
being received by lumber dealers. Whole,
sale houses still find some trouble with
collections, but an Improvement Is noted.
At ltutland favorable reports aro heard
regarding retail trade, whllo manufac
turers are very biwy.
St. Albans merchants icpoit an Improve
ment In all lines with better weather,
although lolleellons are unlet.
The scale works nt St. Johnsbury are
well employed and orders are coming
III freely; retail merchants comment fav
orably icgartllng trade which compares
well with that of previous years.
At Montpeller manufacturers arc pre
paring to take care ot nn increase which
is being felt; collections Improving.
Granite dealers at P.arro report sheds
busy and epiarrles all well supplied with
Heierring to collections, which nre Im
proving, conditions are apparently better
in Wcstein than In Kastern State as
money comes In more freely from West
ern sections In granite bulnc-s.
Urattleborei reports show biwines t'
be in hculthv condition with fair amount
of trade among retail dealers.
liellows Kails mills are generally well
employed and nn Improvement hi trade.
is rcpoited with collections fair.
The collar and cuff factory at Itennlng
ton has largo amount of business; either
manufacturing plants well employed and
retail merchants have had better trade.
The clothespin factory at Watorbliry Is
rushed with orders as Is machine busl
nes sin that town.
Tho chair factory at Hcadsboro Is to
build nn addition to Its plant. Uuslncss
there has necessitated running nights.
The tannery at liethel Is Increasing Its
force of men In order to take care of
Xo filn Cnrrlnge Pnlnt Made
will wear as long as Dovne's. No others
aro as heavy bodied, because Dcvoe's
weigh S to ounces more to the pint.
Sold by The C. S. Itlodgott Co.
DEATH OF LUKE BUZZELL.
A Kormcr ItcNldent nf St. .Inlinnhury
nnd Fntlier nf Mm. II. W. Ilnll.
Word has been received In this city
of the death at St. Paul of I.uko HuzjicII,
father of Mrs. II. W. Hall of this city.
Mr. nuE7.cU was a former resident of
St. Johnsbury, where he conducted an
extensive business In the manufacture
of machinery. He also established many
mills throughout the State.
A number of years ago ho went to St.
Paul, where he has since lived. He
was ?C ears old nt the time of his death.
Vhe end eamo very suddenly and was
caused hy a stroke of apoplexy. The
funeral will be held In St. Paul. Neither
Col. or Mrs. Hall cr.n attend. Mr. liuz
zell leaves a wlfevand five children.
Fount nt The S ronir by the Vernon
The devil camn to The Strong last
evening In tin shape of Meplil.stophle.i
In "Faust,'" as presented by the Vernon
Stock company, which began a live
nights' engagement Monday night. Tho
lieiid Incarnate on earth schemed and
Plott'd and bartered lor souls; Faust
sold hi3 soul, returned to his youth,
loved, slntwd and repented; Marguerite
delighted over her lover' Jewel", served
h r mother with the death-dealing drug,
raved In prison and llnnlly was carried
upward; Vnletitlro died, cursing his sin
ning sister; tho hrncken glowed with elec
tricity and red lights; and nil to the
apparent pleasure of tho audience. Dot
tle Greeno ns Marguerite and J. Jl. Rhec
han as A'alentlne are worthy cf mero
than ordinary mention for their work.
Pctwecn the acts vaudeville, in tho shapo
of dancing by Dot Jowell and Illustrated
songs by tho leading lady nnd Faust,
Til 13 VlI.LAtiK GHOCF.rt"
"Tho Village Grocer," a riistle-meli-drama
In foui nets hy William W, l.u
point of P.urre, held tho boards at Tho
Strong Saturday for two performances,
liintliieo and evening. Tho east had tho
usual array to lo expected In a melo
driima nnd Included several countrymen,
n, deep-dyed, villainous scoundrel of the
most heartless variety, a wayward son,
an honest hobo, a wise fool, n retired
banker, an old maid, several times foiled
in her matrimonial aspirations, and an
adventuress, who dealt out doped wlno
without compunction to the unwary, The
loading role of "Daisy Hopkins" was as
sumed by Kathryu Ilrayham, whose
name was spelled In capital letter 911
FIFTY COMMON BIRDS.
Circular Compiled by C. 1). Howe nnd
Piilillilicil ly the Department nf
"Fifty Common Birds of Vermont" is
tho title of a !2-page circular, written
Principal Carlton D. Howe of Kssex
Junction, printed hy the Free Press As
sociation and Just issued by the depart
ment of education of tho State of Ver
mont. Tho book in both manner and
matter Is n inont Interesting and valu
able guide to the study nf the common
birds of the State. Mr. Howe, who is
president of the Audubon society of Ver
mont and an active member of tho Ver
mont Itlrd club, Is recognized as one nf
the leading naturalists of the State and
in bringing out the present publication
he has made all bird lovers his debtors.
The circular Is Introduced by a nolo
from Walter K, Manger, superintendent
of education, and then follow a few
pages on the economic valuo of birds, how
to attract tho birds, and instructions
to teachers ns to how the school child
ren can bo Interested In bird study. The
main matter of the circular consists nf
a careful and painstaking study eif ,7)
of tho most common birds to bo found
In the State and Includes In each ease
a description of the hit il. tha tlmo ot its
arrival, favorite haunts, field marks,
vocal note and other data ot Its life
habits. Kaeh description Is accompanied
by a picture of the hird under considera
tion. Tno work Is uppioachcd from tho
llirtT3S . ,,3 Nr.tl'H PltF 'VIllP'M
Country House Designs
In Dinner Sets.
According to tho dictates of Fash
Ion tho tublo crockery in the sum
mer homo should be Just us "old
fashioned" In appearance na possi
ble. The Spring days will set you
thinking of cotlngo furnishings and
wo deslro to Impress upon your
mind, even this early, the fact that
your needs havo been anticipated.
Ilesldes tho ta'blo crockery ot
unique deslsnH there aro lots of
other things hero you will require.
Kitchen things and Toilet Sets, for
CHINA HALL CO..
MMOnie Tentf le
WEDDING AT LAKESIDE.
MInr lien trice Donnelly nnd J. K. Fnrry
Married Tueday Mnrnln?.
A very pretty wedding occurred nt
eight o'clock Tci.sday morning nt St
Anthony's Church, when Miss Heatrice
Agnes Donnelly, dnughter of Officer and
Mrs. Anthony Donnelly of T,ukoile
avenue, was united In tnnrrlacc by the
P.ev. Father W. A. Plnmnndnii to James
Kendall Furry of Chailcstown, Muss
The chinch was beautifully decorated
with 1. 'aster lilies, snulax and greens,
i lie nrhle entered the church on the arm
of her father and was nut nt the altar
by tho groom and his best man. Immcd
lately following tho bridal party wero
the (lower e;ir.s and the ushers. Tho
bride was gowned in white silk veiling
trimmed with Jnpinese overlace, wore
a Gainsborough hat and carried a white
pr.iyer book. Her sister, Ml.s Maiy
r.llzuhoth Donnelly, was maid of lienor
and sh was attired In white silk veiling
with applique lace. Sho carried a large
bouquet of carnations. Michael Donnelly
was the best man. Tho Mower girls, tho
Misses Helen and Alice Kshman, were
(Hostel! in hlun silk. Iho ushers were
John Donnelly and Robert Palmer.
After tne marriage ecremon hail been
performed the bridal party left the
chui cli and hastened to tho bride'" home
where, after congratulations and best
wishes had been offered, a wedehng
breakfast was served. Mls Catharine
MeGrath, Miss II. K. Hamilton, Miss
Margaret Donnelly and Miss Margaret
Coeg presided at tho tables. While tho
guests were enjoying their repast and
listening to vocal selections by Miss Ham
llton.the newly wedded couple made their
exit and left on the 110011 train foi an
extended New Kngland honeymoon ttlp.
Miss Donnelly was a popular Hurling
ton girl and has many friend who will
extend their best wishes. Mr. Furry Is
a conductor nn tho Hnoton ft Maine
railroad, and at present has charge o
tho yards hi Chnrlei tow 11. lie also has
many friends In this clt.i. 1'pon tho
ccmpletlou of their wedding It ip they
will bo at home In Boston, after June 1
NO OBJECTION MADE.
;niiimlMftliincra tirnnt n License to W
V. Will nn Xorth .Street.
No objections were offered yesterday to
the application of V, F, Wills for n sec
ond class license at No. IMS North street
at a hearing hi Id before the board of
llcenso commissioners. Mr. Wills was
originally granted a license of the second
class, his place of business to be on North
Wlnooskl avenue. After measurements
had been taken It was found that tho
room which he wanted would not ho
suflicient size for his wunts without com
lug within i'iki feet of tho Stnr Hose house
which Is used for public school purposes,
hence he made application for a change In
location, which tho commissioners grant
ed. This Is the hist license to bo grunted
by tho commissioners.
Thus far the commissioners havo not re
ceived a single complaint that the law
was being violated, The several llcenso
places 1110 observing the law and so far
as the cominltsioiicra know there Is no
Ai the days grow warmer, the
demand for Boys' Wash Suits be
We've the kind that a dip in
the tub will brighten and make
nppcnr ns frenh uml new aa ever.
They begin at 60c and go as
liiirh its 2.(M).
Mothers will find here pretty
ideas in the Sailor or Russian
The BLUE STORE
H. C. HUMPHREY.
SERGEANT FRY MISSING.
Theory Advanced Tlint Hp Wn
Drouiieil In l.nke Clinmiilnlii Sunday.
ScrgMiit David Fry of Company K,
,"th Infantry, ot tho Plattsburgh bar
racks, Is missing and one theory Is that
he was drowned between nnrdon's Land
ing and Plattsbtirgh wh'lo on the lake
In a iaiiall bo it Sunday nftet noon.
Captain W. Warren r.r.ckwell of the
steamer Chateaugay stated Tuesday
that the belt had been found off flnr
ilon's Landing with the oars lying In the
bottom. The sergeant's tlurpnlgn hat
was also found on the beach. Tho boat
was right side up and miny think the
soldier has dcsertid. Sergeant Fry hail
seen ;n yens of army service, most of
which has beer In the ,".;h Infantry.
TWO HORSES KILLED.
MulTerlngx Fndcd llirough the Knurl
or lluinnnc Agent Fuller.
Two horses were killed Tuesday
through efforts of Humane Agent John
Fuller. Karly in the morning Mr. Fuller
went to Milton, where ho found a horse
with tho fetlock of one of Its foro legs
broken. This animal had been worked for
a week or morn whllo In that condition.
The owner, John Snyder, at first denied
that tho horse was his hut later he ad
mitted the ownership and gave the ani
mal up to bo killed.
On tho way home. Just this side of tho
Wlnooskl bridge, Mr. Fuller found a
horse owned by George Delorme of South
Burlington. This animal had n sore a
foot Ions on its back, was lamo and
nearly starved. It was also killed.
YALE Still SHOT
Evidently Took His Own Lift
REVOLVER BY HIS SIDE
millet Unci Kntered Hnnernt's Temple
nnd Death Will Probably InatB
tnnenim 'o Known Cause for
(he Deed Unci Always
Hssa Orderly Student.
The alumni of the university in San
Francisco and vicinity hetd a meeting
and banquet in rfan Francisco on the
evening of Founder's day. Dr. Thomas
W. Huntington. '71. was tho presiding
officer. Tho oldest alumnus present was
O. W. Chamberlain of the class of ISM,
who gave somo Interesting remlnscences
of the university half a century no,
Other speakers were Dr. W. F. McNutt,
'i2; K. 11. Kexford, 'SI; Prof. W. H. Lan
don, '74; tho Rev. W. II. Hopkins, 'S5;
Prof. J W. Faickham, '?.": the P.cv. 1.
T. V ilher, 'Si;, and C. K. Morgnn. 'S7. A
permanent organlzatlrn was effected to
be known ns "Tho University ot Vermont
Club nf San Francisco.' The officers
elected ate: President, Dr. T. W. Hunt
ington. "71; secretary. Prof. .1. W. Duck
ham, 'M; treasurer, W. II. Hopkins, 'So.
SEW ni'SlNKSS IHXX'K .TO HE BCItiT
It is practically decided that W. H.
Wright and G, H, Young of rtrandpn
and Miss Ada Moore of Rutland will
erect n three story brick building on
tho old Central house property on West
street, running through to. Kdson
street In Rutland. The building will
have a front of 13d feet on West street,
and will be 90 feet deep. Arthur H.
Smith has drawn several preliminary
sketches upon which definite plans
will be based. All these call for a
three-story brick building, thn front
of nil stories to be nlmost entirely of
plate glass, ami having large bay win
dows. The ilrst lloor Is planned to con
tain severnl rooms for stores and the
second will be for offices. As to the
third lloor It Is not decided what will
be done, but If n hall Is built It will
not bo ,a convention hall. The build
ing will be one of tho finest In the
State, being strictly modern In every
particular. Ironwork will be used to
a largo extent. One largo firm It H
understood, has ngreed to rent the
whole of the lower door. It Is planned
to begin work this summer. Plans
will soon bo definitely settled.
Impossible to foresee nn accident.
Not Impossible to be prepared for It.
Dr. Thomas' Kclcctlic Oil -Monarch
New Haven. Conn., May 9. Arthur
Ilascrot, a Yale senior, of Cleveland, O.,
was found &hot to death In his room in
M elch hall, one of the campus dormi
tories, to-day and an investigation Into
the case is being conducted. Medical
Kxnminer Dartlctt stated to-night that
he believed death was tho result of an
accident or suicide, but further than that
he would not discuss, the case, llaserot'3
body was found by one of his room
mates and after It was viewed by tho
medical examiner, was removed to an
undertriKer s. Tho case is nclng kept
eiulet. A revolver was found near
llaserot's side nnd there is a bullet
wound in his head.
Hoy W. Hemingway of Syracuse, N. V,
was the roommate of young Haserot a' t
ho said to-night that Haserot attend d
his first recitation ns usual and seem 1
to be in his usual good spirits. There wan
no intimation that ho was despondent and,
not onco during the time ho had roomed
with Haserot, he said, had there been i
time when he suspected that his room
mate contemplated taking his life.
The hotly of the dead student was fnunil
on the floor at the foot of a window sea
and It is believed that he shot himself
while on tho window seat and that ho fell
to the lloor. Tip re was but one empty
shell in the r volver, but the bullet hav
ing entered llaserot's right temple, prob
ably produced instant death. No one In
the dormitory heard tho shot and not
until Hemingway turned the body of hl
companion over was It known that a
tragedy had occurred.
The manner In which Haserot was shot
was nlmost conclusive proof that he com
mitted suicide, and Medical Hxamlnsr
Dartlctt stated to-night that there could
be in ftuthcr Investigation, as ho was
convinced that tho student met death
hv his own hand.
Haserot was a quiet mm with good
habits, It Is said, nnd the probability is
that he was temporarily Insane on ne
court of overwork, his roommate slat
ing he had been !. hard working fludent.
ltarrot win 22 years old.
Willis T. Hanson, Jr., of Seherectidy,
N. V.. another roommate of Haserot,
was seen to-nlsht nnd would make no
statement legardlng the death ot hli
classmate other than he knew of no rea
son for tho act.
The senior class of the university nil',
meet to-morrow to take appropriate ac
tion on tho death of Haserot.
"A man Is known by the company
ho keeps," remarked tho man who is
fond of moral reflections.
"Pr hy tho company ho promotes,''
added the citizen who had been "pro
moted" a couple of times. Louisvillt
APPOINTF.D ASSISTANT I'ATHOLO
CIST. A Norwich, Conn., paper says that
Dr. C, F, Whitney has been appointed
assistant pathologist at tho ltaekus
hospital, Dr. Whitney was senior
house physician at the hospital before
ho opened an office in that city.
Dr. Whitney graduated from tho
academic department of the University
of Vermont in the class of JK97. Ho
was Instructor in chemistry for several
years and graduated from tho medical
department In the class of 1903, Tho
degreo of Master 'f Scleneo In Chem
istry was conferred upon Dr, Whitney
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