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THE BUKL1NUT0N FK151S I'KbSS AND T1J11SS: TllUUSUAY, IHTOMKH 10, MM 2.
her father. Following tli marriage, a
. .. . . . n Ihn
itno of tlm bride on Clifford street, niior
htch the counle left on tho 10:10 train for
two weeks' honeymoon trip tn Eastman,
n iiii.l ntlier cnnaciuill luinm. ..w
eelve.l many beautiful present.-, fiici
111 reside on Clifford street "lon their
Itoland, tho thrco-ycnr-ol.1 son of
r. and Mrs simoon Brosseau of up
.. i,iu iinnth In il sad
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t lin n.lVlv fin ft (if
1C afternoon and upon awakening
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i tlio neighbors and not llnilng him
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hlch had been overlooked In tho
arch, was Investigated that tho boy's
oly was found half submerged In
Istern lost Ms balance, and fell In, It
ping Impossible for him to climb out.
lie parents nro grief stricken over
lielr misfortune. They have thro
titer ehll.lren, a daughter anil
o sons. JTho funeral was held at St.
'rands Xavler Church yesterday nft
rnoon at two o'clock.
Miss Harriet farpentler died yesterday
ilcrnoou m lour n ciock micr n u;ij a
Ird year and Is survived by her brothers,
i. - 1 T I - f .,,l ..In. ...
nd Thomas of Lacolle, 1'. Q. She was
orn In Lacolle and came hero In 1M3
o reside with her hrothcrs. The funeral
ill !'l" Ill lit tlb flhlll -
vlth Interment In the church cemetery.
The J. E. Hunt Ileal Estntc .agency of
..it .-,1 - -...-.. ...1,1, V1 ni-itViJ
cam and tools, to Joseph Bergeron of
I.... ..-nl Im -lv'pn Vnvemlier 1
The Hev W II. Dukeshtro. district
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he .Methodist Church Sundny at 10:30 a.
and at Underbill Center In the after
noon. Jir anu airs. - iniraiiiuu)
a hi mi -.uiu .ui.ii (.mi .n iivni. lvj
ios'on i uosuay. .Mr. aim airs. iumim
Olllll aim iiuuuiliei. nw imu uvuii i.t
tiiiir at John McKeefe's. left Tuesday for
neir nome in .uassacnup puh. .mis. r.
Tlllotsou has gone to Montpeller for
a few days. airs, vv entworui oi i ,ucr-
Fon. N .! . Is the guest of Mrs. H. L.
11 O t TIU..H Mnnlrnol
JlllWt - .111.". O. JV. lUlll'll ..niniii.il.,
who has been tho cuost of Mrs. Cieomu
I,azelle, lef Monday for New York to
visit before returning home. I.ynn Brown
of Jericho is clcrklnK at Urown .t Nay s
fiiinm .1 r .nv H 11 iii,'ii"p ill imikiiiii..
In Wiiteibiiry over Sunday.
The dwelling house of Truman Harris
was burned to tho cround I-Mday iiluht
ivlth all Its contents. It is partially cov
ered by Insurance. The loss Is about
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ij. Hathaway aro each
SO years old and have lived toRether as
man and wife 62 years. They enjoy good
health and make their home with Dr.
A, V. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. John M.
Kvnns of New York and Mr. anil Mrs.
J. V. Jones of Hurllngton were at Dr.
K. V. Jones over Sundny. Ransom
Nichols, who since his mother's death
has lived alone on Texas hill, has Deen
adjudged insane nnd taken to Waterbury.
Suwtll Sargent has bought for $il,.VH
tho farm known as tin- old Heecber
farm of Mrs. 11. A. Harris. Mr. Sargent
lias carried on the farm the past two
The Rev. W, H. Goodman !-pent Fri
day and Saturday In Montreal. Kdmund
l'arker has returned to White River
Junction after visiting his patents, Mr.
and Mrs. J l'arker. for a few days.
Tho Misses Fishier and Kimball of the
V V. M spent Sunday with Miss
Margaret Tracy. Dr. and Mrs. W. J.
White leturned to their homo in Middle
bury Tuesday after spending a few days
with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Russell. In the nbsence of tho
pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Mrs. Ida H Read gave an interesting
report Sunday morning of the recent
Btato W r T. U. convention In Rutland.
Miss Elizabeth Thorpo has a position
cs stenographer with the Carroll S. Pago
company, Hyde Park. Miss M. Marie
Mitchell has gone to Vergennes.
Verno Greene of Rurllngton was the
cuest of bis mother, Mrs, Marcla Greene
over Sunday. Mrs. N. A, Johns of Ilur
llngton was among visitors In town Mon
day The Forty Hour devotion will
be held at the Church of Our I.ady of tho
Holy Rosary this week, beginning Mon
day morning at nine o'clock. Mr. und
Mrs. M. G. l.eary of llurllngton were
guests at tho home of M. J. Cleason over
Sunday.-Mr, and Mrs. H, J, Rerry of
Kssex Junction were guests of Mr. and
Mr.. W. C. Fuller over Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ferguson nnd Miss I.ottle
Varney, who have been guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs J V. Herry, hnve returned to their
homo In Stnrksboro, Wednesday even
ing a harvest supper was served from
six to eight o'clock by the ladles of the
dlato department, spent Snturday nnd
Sunday al her home In ilurllnirton,
Miss Jennie Martin Is suffering from
blood poisoning In her thumb. Mrs. W,
O. Cook Is spending tho week with her
son In North Underbill, -Miss Olenna
Molles, who has been nt 11. T, Chase's
for a few weeks, has pone to her homo
In Cambridge, Mr. nnd Mrs, Fred V.
Huston entertained her parents, Mr,
mid Mrs. (1, W. Fostor, Sundny. Tho
occasion wius Mr. Foster's birthday an
niversary. Miss Rena Davis, who has
been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Cyrus Tnr
box, has returned to her home In Ran
dolph. Miss Hazel Pettlnglll returned
Monday to Essex, where she teaches
after spending Sundny with her par
ents. Judge Palmer was In town from
RurlliiKton Sunday. Nows has been re
ceived here of the death In Saxtons
ltlver of Emery T. Vnncor, formerly
of Ibis town. He wns born hero In 1W3.
Ho Is survived by his wife, who was
Miss Ellen London of Essex Junction,
and n son nnd daughter, VHn Vancor,
and Mrs. Frank Davis, both of Saxtons
Illver.-Waireii I'aradeo has been work
ing In llurllngton for n few days.-
Clarence U. Vincent enmo aionnay nigm
from Richmond for a fow days with
his fnmlly.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Rucl H. Day
md grandsons, Kenneth ana unri tay,
spent Sunday In Underbill, guests of
Mrs. Ella Whltcomt.-.Mr. anu -Mrs. a.
D. Itrn.lford came Saturday from St.
Albans nnd havo been guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles E. Perclval. Mrs. Jlrad
ford has gone to Nashvlllo to remain
with her tlster, Mrs. William Pollard,
while Mr. Uradford is In Iioston. Mrs.
William 11. Wbltcomb will entertain the
Woman's Homo Missionary society of
tliu Congregational Church nt her homo
Friday afternoon. The friends of tho so
ciety as well as the members nrc Invited
to attend. Mrs. M. D. Wlltslo and Mrs.
. M. Goodwin nnd daughter, Eileen,
have returned to Rurllngton nfter sev
eral days at the home of Mrs. Wlltslo's
aunt, Mrs. N. H, Goodwin.
At tho annual meeting of the Ladles'
Help society of the Haptlst Church the
following olllcers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. Stephen Curtis; vice-president,
Mrs. Mnx Iluzzcll; secretary and treas
urer, .Mrs. Warren Buxton. P. M. Page
has rctutned from Montpeller. Tho Rev.
J. T. Ruzzell conducted services at tho
Baptist Church In Windsor Sunday.
Charles Packard visited Mrs. Packard
Tuesday at tho Fanny Allen hospital.
I.ynn Rrown Is In Underbill this week.
Harold Whltcomb has been absent from
high school because of Illness. Mr.".
Casey spent Sunday In Burlington with
her mother. An automobile party con
sisting of Mr. and Mrs. Unci H. Day.
JMrs. M. L. Wnshburne and Mrs. K. J.
Wbltcomb of Underbill motored through
Jtrrersonvllle, Stowe, Waterbury and
Richmond Monday Mr. and Mrs.
O'Bryno and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. McGar
ghan of Richmond were at Thomas
Adrlen's Sunday. Mrs. Oscar Klngslcy
and son of Fletcher have been visiting
Mrs. Evalyn Alger The Ladles' Help so
ciety of the Baptist Church have pur
chased about 309 new dishes. Mrs. Kath
erlne Cook Is 111. There will be no preach
ing at the Methodist Church Sunday.
The Rev. William Cashmore attended the
meeting of the Congregational club In
Burlington Monday. Evening services
will be held at tho Baptist Church Sun
day. Lewis G. Terrlll Is carrying his arm
In a sling as a result of being Injured
when he fell from a load of corn. Mrs.
L. W. Rice, who has been confined to
her room by rheumatism since early in
the spring, Is able to get about the
house. Mrs. Charles Field of Burlington
spent AVednesday with her sister, Mrs.
led T. Varney. E. Bailey Brown, car
rier on mall route No. 1, met with a
serious accident while out driving Tues
d.iy afternoon. He was near Sunny Acres
when he stopped to adjust some part of
tho harntss. When an automobllo came
Mrs. H. G. Brown aro caring for fhclr -Mrs. Joseph Uotvln passed Sunday with Wr.'ght am among those that went to
grandchildren, Russell and Lucllo Nay of hor sister, Mrs. Earl Conterbar, In Hoc- Boston Tuesday. Mrs. W. J, Wright
Unilorhlll whllo Mr. nnd Mrs. Nay nro torvllle. The cottago meeting Friday an 1 children nro spending two weeks
In Boston for a week. Representative! night will bo at Edward Rusbford's. j with hor parents In Fairfax, Rural
Frnnk S. Ransom wns nt homo over Sun- Charles Macla Is III, Frank Goslett Is Mall f.'arrler Halle Is taking his an
day from Montpeller. Tho annual bar- III. Alberta Al lei Is In Bordovllle. 1 mini vacutlon. Tho routo Is being served
vest festival will bo held Thursday even-1 BERKSHIRE !''' Substitute Carrier Fuller. Nelson
lng. A chlcken-plo supper will be served ' 1 Mu I r cm 1 1 company havo secured 1). T
from six to eight followed by tho usual Ned Chaso and F. H. Wiillheorf were Duvnl's services for cook to tho Black
salo of vegctnbles.-A pleasnnt surprise ! (n Cambridge V ednesilay. L. L. Dufi ny Falls camp. H. It. Porter, I'. II, Coin
party was given at the homo of Bert 1 Is III with tho grip, J1. W. Jolley Is inlmill, ,ir,d Hayes Duso nro attending
Beers for his sister, Mrs. William Clove- Foster, Que., to nci as usher at the
land, tho occasion being her birthday on- I wedding of his cousin, Miss Myrtle
nlvcrsary. Thoso present were Mr, and Gem, and Alvln Hlllhouse. Mrs. W. B.
Mrs. Clnrenco Kenyon and children and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace Norton of Hunting
ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Beers of Bur
lington, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kimball and daugh
ter of Westford, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll
Cleveland nnd children, Mrs. Anna Cleve
land and Roy Cleveland of Essex. Mrs.
Jennie Warner Hart will go this week
to attend the 75th anniversary of Mt.
Holyoke College. She wns a student nt
thnt college, when tho 2."th nnnlversnry
wns celebrated. James Berry, who
works on tho railroad, wns at home over
George Hall of Boston spent Sundny nt
L. C. Hnll's.-Mrs. C. It. Cobb has been
appointed president and Miss Mary L.
Jackson secretary of the Township Sun
day school association, Mr. nnd Mts.
Clinton Fnulklns nro the parents of n
dnughter. There will be n meeting of
the Fortnlgntty club nt Mrs. Kidder's on
Thursday afternoon, tho Rev. Mr. Red
stone of Milton will speak to tho club.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jackson nnd Mr. nnd Mrs.
Peo of Johnson nre visiting nt Charles
Munson's. Julius Kimball of Glens Falls,
N. Yi, Is visiting In town.-H. W. Allen
nnd Edward J,. Allen of Burlington spent
Sunday at John Allen's. Mrs. F. O.
Goodrich Is In the hospital for a surgl
cnl operation. There will bo a honey sup
per In tho parlors of tho Congrcgntlonal
Church on the evening of October 18.
suniieniy upon mm, ne Ki.tupe.i . Ir..h,. ,,
and tried to get upon tile cart on which
he was riding, but In some manner fell I
heavily upon his right foot, dislocating
tho ankle and breaking one bone tn his
leg Just above the ankle. The auto
mobllo continued north. After some dl(h-
culty be managed to get upon the cart
nnd drove to Dr. G. B. Hulburd's, where
the fracture wns reduced. He ivaa then
tnken to the borne of his father, Oliver
H, Brown. While he is off duty Sub-
titute Carrier James 11. Safford will
be In charge of the route. Mrs. Charles
Bell of this town and Mrs. Ellen Green
of Rlchfnrd went on tho excursion to
Boston Tuesday. For severnl days they
will attend a Mouse-party given by Mrs.
Alfred Benolt of Lowell, Mass. Mrs.
Bell will nlso visit in New Vork before
The Boston male quartette will give
an entertainment Friday evening.
.Mrs, J 1'. Hunter returned Satuiday
light from Burlington, where sho spent
Min week. Tho youns ladles of the Hap
,1st Church met Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. Stephen Curtis for the study ef
missions. -Mr. and Mrs. James Mullen
md child have returned to Boston nfter
trending their vacation with his sister,
Mrs. Lawrence Qullllnan. R. W. Brown
ivnB at homo from Burlington over Sun
day. Mrs. Lydla Chaso of St. Albans
has been visiting nt Horatio T. Chasu's.
A telegram Saturday to John W. Davis
from llaltlmoro, Md., told of the death
of his mother In that city. Mrs. W. (
Cook arrived home Saturday evening
frofn a visit of four weeks In New Hump
shlrn and Massachusetts. Homer Wilder
camo homo Suturday night from tho
Whlto mountains, where ho spent tha
i-eason. Mrs. Stephen W. Paige and dill
dren, Susan and Roland, camo Satuiday
for a few days with her mother and
plster, Mrs. John Whltten, and Mrs. I
C Rice. Miss Frances Stevens of the
Burlington high school has been visiting
Jilss Phyllis Brown. Judge and Mrs.
S. Palmer have closed their summer
homo here and returned to Burlington
for tho winter. Mrs. M. H. Packard has
moved her household goodB to the homo
of her son, Arthur H. Packard, nnd she
will spend the winter with Mrs. Louise
Blood, Announcement of the mnrrlage
In Sutton, Que., October 2 of Miss Ada
llroek and Frank Balch of Richmond
Tho bride's homo has been In Bolton but
ho has been n frequent visitor at tho
homo of F, W. Pease.
Mrs. C, S, Palmer Is In New York vis
King her mother, Mrs. Cropsle. Miss
Iteulah Atkins, teacher of tho Intunuo
Rolnnd E. Stcvenn of White River
Junction was In town Friday represent
ing tho creditors In the town of Hart
ford against the Crescent creamery of
Limerick, Me. The committee of this
town, T. Shcnn and Karl White of
Georgia, conferred with blm as to set
tlement with tho company. The com
pany has offered to pay 1-3 per cent.
In rash If nil their creditors will accept
the same, nnd pay the balance later If
possible. Mr. Stevens served 21 suits
against tho company on the resident
ngent, F. K. Blake, before he left. Tim
men, who were doing tho repairing nt
the mill, have finished and gone to work
In New York State, taking with them
several of the local workmen, Philip
Pepin, M. Cnrrol, Jo Gorman, R. Ellis
and others. Sherman Wade was fined
and costs for unseemly behavior by
Justice Fuller last week. The squirrel
and partridge hunting Is pretty good
this season nnd many have killed tho
limit in a few hours.
The King's Daughters met with
Mrs. I. G. Elliott Wednesday. Mrs. E.
J. Wilder of Hlghgate, who has been nt
the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. W.
Butler, several dnys, returned home Mon
day. Mrs. Butler and son, Eugene, ac
companied her. Mrs. C. K. Isham enter
tained Miss Alice Davis of Essex over
Sundny. Mrs. F. C. Isham has been In
Burlington the past week caring
tor her daughter, Mrs. Bert Ishum,
who has a little daughter. The
Rev. Mr. Page of Wlnooskl held a
meeting nt the Fourth street .'-choolhouse
Sunday nlght.-Mrs. R. E. Tlllcy of Wor
cester, Mass., was nt tho home of H. F.
Tllley over Sunday. Mrs. Loren Jennings
and two children of Richmond visited her
brother, C. I. Germain, a few days the
111 st of the week. Loomls Tebo, who has
been 111 the past week, is pome better.
Mrs. Joseph Mulr had a severe attack of
Jolley has returned from Lako Cnrml,
where sho has been spending a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Adams. Mr.
Rlxford of Hlghgate addressed the Bull
Moose dub of Ibis plnco Snturday night.
Eleven ministers met Monday. Din
ner was served by the ladles of
the Congregational Church In the
parlors. MIsh Piico Is spending a
fow days at her homo In Middlesex and
tn Montpeller. Miss Walter, who has
been visiting the Rev. and Mrs. Turner,
returned to her home In East Burko
Monday. Several from luie went to
Boston Tuesday. Mrs, C. M. Wilder has
returned from Sharon and Whlto River
Junction, where she has been visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. H, (i. Spauldlng nro
spending a few days In town. L. D.
Moulton of Jericho Center called on a
few friends here Sunday. Miss Helen
Whitney Is In Burlington.
The Rev. and Mrs. .1. ('. Stevenson, K.
A. Paul and Mr. mid Mrs. D. W. Paul
aro In Boston. Mrs. Horace Many, who
has been visiting In the home of her son,
O. F. Mnrcy, has returned to Montgom
ery. Mrs. Ora Kendall of Enosburg Falls
was the guest of Miss Lena lladd over
Sunday. Mrs. A. P. Pond has returned
to ltlchford. The Ladles' Aid society met
In the parlors of the Congregational
Church Tuesday. Puffs were tied and
luncheon was served at noon. I'. J.
Moren has been In Glens Falls, N. V.,
the past week the guest of his sister,
Mrs. George Rugg. Douglass Combs,
while riding horseback recently, fell from
the horse and suffered a broken nrm.
foot badly Jammed Thursday morning, nnd the lie wns extinguished by
while coupling cars In tho yard here. Ho
was rushed to St. Albans accompanied by
Charles Blnlr, who has been living In
tho cottngo of L. L. Marsh nt Lako
C. rml, since Juno 1, has moved his fam
ily here. Mrs, Aura Kendall has return
ed from the Whlto mountains, where she
has passed the summer nnd Is stnylng
In tho fnmlly of her uncle, V. A. Irish.
A variety shower was given Miss Lucy
Towlo Friday evening nt the home of
Mrs. Lizzie Cuttlng.-Mrs. Mary Dlmnr
accompanied her brother-in-law, Linus
Leavens, on his return to his home
In'Cambrldge Thursday. Edmund Rolenu,
tho harness maker, received nows Fri
day of the sudden denth of a brother,
Thomns H that d-.y at his homo In
Essex Junction. Charlen Cutting, who Is
connected with a hoys' school In Barre,
Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Cutting.
Mrs. Peter Ryea, nged SO years,
died nt tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Andrew Playful, nt South Franklin
Saturday morning nt two o'clock after n
short Illness. The funernl was held at
tho church Sunday at 1 :no. The funeral
of Mrs. Elvira McAllister was held at
St. Matthew's Church Saturday at two
o'clock, tho Rev. F. D, Miller officiating.
Tho bearers were Dr. A. R. Bell, J. 11.
Burnes, C. H. Abell and M. C. Cramton.
Beside tho family previously mentioned
Mrs. McAllister leaves n blind half-
sister, Miss Mnry Perkins, who has al
ways lived In the family. The social by
Sidney Sablns, who has spent tho sum
mer at' home, returned to Bellows Falls
Saturday night, where ho has n position
with the Vermont Farm Machine com
pany. II. Muzzy Is taking down a part
of his house, to erect a larger building
for the pui pose of boarding the em
ployees or Lurton ward, who is in me
lumber business. Mr. and Mrs. Robin
son, who havo been with Mrs. H. Sablns
for several weeks, began work October
0 for Mr. and Mrs. II. Muzzy. L. Senor,
whose buildings were burned recently, Is
boarding with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleury.
Mrs. Minn Proston Is for an indefinite
tlmo at the homo of her brother, Fred
Fleury. Mr. McCloud recently sold his
farm nnd moved to Essex Junction.
Curtis Guyttt, who has been foreman
in tho mill mid lumber luslnoss for
Burton Ward, for IS years, has resigned
his position and will go to Burlington
Satuiday In make his home with his fam
ily, who moved there from Richmond
Mrs. B. F. Kinney nnd Mrs. Hobnrt
Richards spent .Sunday at Milton Cen
ter. Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Austin and
Miss Einmn Hoyden wero In this place
October .-Mis. Mary King of Kulrfox
spent Satuiday and Sunday with her
sister, Mrs. Delia Williams. Qeorgo
Phelps of Alburg is visiting hU brother,
E. E. Phelps.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bowlcy of Bur
lington were guests of Mr. and Mrs
Robert North, Sunday. Mrs. David
Flnnesy of Bhelbunio spent Sunday nt tho
homo of her mother, Mrs, Mary Noonun
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Mclvin of Under
hill wero over-Sunday visitors at the
homo of Ira Chase. Mrs. Jane Cone and
daughter, Helen, of Sacramento, Cal.,
who have been visiting at the home of M
W Hinsdale, havo gone to llurllngton,
where they will visit relatives for a few
Fletcher D. McGlnnls has sold his farm,
better known as the Caleb Nash farm
tn Keel Myers. Earl Bullock has return
ed from Loon Lake, N, Y,, where he has
been employed for several months. Miss
Henley spent Snturday nnd Sunday at her
homo In Richmond. Mrs, H. II. Stono
of Burlington has been a visitor In town
-Mrs. G, f. Blckndl nnd Mrs. I H
Chapin attended the Missionary meeting
Mrs. J. I. Nichols, who went to thh hos
pital Snturday for an operation, la re
ported ns comfortable. Tho Opportunity
Circle will meet with Miss Carrie Booth
Saturday. Tho Outlook club meets with
Mrs. William Stevens on the 9th. Road
Commissioner William O'Brien has fin
ished lti rods of State road on Onion
river, between Essex Junction and Rich
mond. At the Methodist Church Sunday
morning the pastor will preach a sermon
for the young people on "Carving out
tho Angel or the Demon, Which?" In
the evening the district superintendent,
the Rev. W. B. Dukeslilre, will preach.
Monday evening at the Grange Hull at
tight o'clock tho Rev. W. B. Dukeslilre
of St. Albans will give his lecture en
titled, "Getting Out of the Woods." The
lecturer relates some of his own exper
lences, portraying In a very Interesting
ay the struggles of a poor boy, In the
Nova Scotia woods, obtaining nn educa
tion. It Is delivered In a way to keep
the audience awake, and In the best
of humor. Admission Is free.
Cards have been received announcing
tho marriage Oct. 2 at Glen Sutton, P,
Q of Miss Ada M. Brock, formerly of
this town, and Frank A. Balch of Rich
mond. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Tomllnson aro
entertaining their daughter, Mrs. Walter
Lamb, and children, nnd Miss Oraco
Humphrey of Oxford, Mass. Harry
Gregory has moved his family Into
George Giles's house nt the creek. Mrs.
Elmer Hall has gone to Glen Sutton, I'.
Q., to attend the marriage of her sis
ter. C. Guyctte has gone to live with his
son, Fred, In Essex. Fred Bacon went
Monday to Island Pond.
Albert Hlckok nnd family of Georgln
called on friends hero Sundny, making
trtn Kt .. . i 1 I . - l
thnt Wllllnm Booznn has bought Edgar trcil1' Albert Leiiolt. St. Alex w
Flanders's farm, where Edward Thomp-I Wilfred Mori,, from Sal iev o s
son now lives and will tako possession
March 1. Mis. Henry Kane of linkers
field, Is visiting In town. II, L. Maxlleld
Is 111. Mrs. Muttlo Fleming Is 111.
Howard Leach has gone, to Randolph
to tnku a course In tho agricultural
school. Willis N. King Is suffering with
blood poisoning in one hand. Tho
Misses Sainh and Helen Leach entertain
ed at their home Monday evening, 12
of their friends.
Mrs. Walter Morway Is seriously in,
Mrs. Leonard Shangravv and two chil
dren of New York aro guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Shangraw, Mr. and Mrs.
Herb La flock were truests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Coffrln Thursday. Mr. and
Mra. 'William nushford of Johnson are
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. E, T. Chaso of Berk
shire Center were week-end guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Israel Ilnwklns.-Tho con
dltlon of Mrs. Walter Morwny, who was
critically HI Inst week, Is somewhat 1m
proved.-Agncs I.o Freo passed Sundny
In WcEtfnrd, where they tpoko. Mr, and will, her bister, Mrs. Joseph Touchntte
county court this week nt St. Albans
Miss Marlon Brady of North Hydo
Park spent Sunday at home. A danco
will be held In the town hall Friday.
Cabana's orchestra will furnish music
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kennedy wero In
St. Alluns Monday to attend tho funeral
of Miss McGinn, who died Saturday.
The Grange fair held Friday night was n
decided succe.s. An orchestra composed
of piano, violin nnd comet furnished
Tho barn of Hiram Wright, who
lives four miles from this villngo on
tho hill above Stevens mills, was dis
covered on lire nt about three o'clock
Thursday morning and burned with
the entire conti'iits, Including six cows,
n horse, farming tools, etc. It Is
thought tho lite may have been In
comllnry, as no other cause can be as
signed, only J2Ti0 Insurance was car
ried. Dorothy, the elght-ycor-old
daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W. T.
' Forsythe, Is critically 111 with pleuro
The llrst meeting of the literary de
paitinent of the Woman's dub wns
held nt the home of Mrs. Wllllnm Cosi t,mrks wor mado by Mr. Wallace and
at eight o'clock Monday night. A program tle Ucv Ki Ai Le(ff; ond refreshments
on Panama was given with Mrs. W. wrro served. The matter of tho lecture
B. Irficklln, leader. The Rev. Mrs. M. cmlrsn wa9 considered and plans made
MrKlnstiy left Friday ovrnlng for Van- to Bc t10 tickets. Tho course opens with
couver, 11. 0., where sho begins her tno Russian or Muscnnt's orchestra No-
season's lecture course. A daughter vembcr 6. W. II. Ynw had green peas
wns born to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Ford from his garden picked October 5.
October .".Miss Anna Manuel nnd Miss Leonard Gnrrow died Monday nfter-
Helen Shattuck have gone to Saratoga noon. Arrangements for the funeral will
Springs, the former to take a course In be announced Inter. Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
iliuiKstlc science nnd the latter to con- Springer and son, Stewart, nrc visiting
thine her study of piano music Tho in Boston. Wlnslow Towlo of South
Ladles' r-nevol"nt society of the Bap- Franklin Is visiting his brother, Merrill,
tlst ('hutch will so' ve supper In tho In Boston. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Lafley
chmch dining room Thursday evening left Monday evening on a 10 days' visit
jbi :.;i ociooK. tiio ntst meeting oi me to tneir son, Arcmo Jauey, in 'inunton,
sceMin nir me .mpii s muni oi nr. .vnn s .vinss. uoneri uampneu, vvno nas ooen
Church was held nt the home of employed nt Sheldon Springs for four
dipt. A. .1. Merrill Tuesday evening at months, Is at his home here. Dr. D. D.
eight o'do'k. The Missionary society of Durgln of Kings Park, N. Y., Is visiting
the Methodist Church will hold a variety his mother, Mrs. Lillian Waltc Glenn
social in the basement of the Borlght Rublce left Mondny for Boston, whoro
l.tilldinr Friday evening. Carl Barney he will enter a business college. Mrs.
him gone to Albany, N. Y., fo take a II. F. Kimball Is attending tho annual
cour.-e in the Albany Business college. meeting of tho New England branch of
Harry W. Usui nnd Mls Gladys G. the Woman's Foreign Missionary society
Bessette, both of Berkshire, were mar In Hartford, Conn.
lied in the Methodist Church In this The funeral of Leo Garrow, who died
villagf October 2 by tho Rev. D. O. at the home of his son, Augustus Gar
Guiht. The llrst number In "The Rich- row Monday afternoon, wns held from
for Eiiti rtalnment Course" will bo the Church of St. John the Baptist Wcd-
Mtisi auto's orchestra November B. The nesday at 10:00 o'clock, tho Rev. G. II.
remaining uumni-rs or the course and L'Ecuyer officiating. Mr. Garrow wns
tho dates are: Gladys Bodge, reader. De- 70 years old In July and had lived In
ci inbi r 13; phyllslan entertainers, Janu- this town nbout TO years. Ho was 111
ary 2:i; F. (. Hairell, magician, Fcbru- only two weeks with heart trouble. Mrs.
ary II; l'fter MacQueen, Illustrated lec- Gnrrow died nbout 20 years ngo. They
Hire, March 4. A committee is canvassing wero the parents of 13 children, nlno of
ino village for the sale of tickets for whom are yet living, Paul, living In
tin i oursi'. Sheldon, Mrs. Peter Lafley nnd Augustus,
.j. of this town, Joseph, of New Bedford,
kJNUaiJliKlr. MaBs., Charles, of White Rock. R. I.,
The condition of Mrs. James Kidder, Mrs. Felix Lavender of Milton, Mrs.
wlui was thought tn be Improving, has Edward Benolt nnd Wllllnm, of Mont-
takin a change and It Is now thought gomcry, nnd Mrs. Joseph St. Peter of
she cannot live. Sho had been nble to Wlnooskl. Reverends F. D. Miller and
speak a few wmds and take somo nour- K. A. Legg wero In Franklin Monday
lshmi iit, also to get up and walk, but to attend the monthly meeting of tho
now the end seems near. Her daughter, Mlsslsquol ministerial association. Mrs.
Mrs. Fairbanks, Is again with her and Ann Strattcn, nged 72 years, who lives
her son, William, of Derby, came Sunday I with her nephew, Edward Mitchell,
evening. Mrs. Lyman Gilbert went to on the farm of E. A. Lawrence, was
Huston Monday and will visit her son badly Injured Tuesday afternoon by
la Brockton and her nephew In Provi- being thrown from tho buggy In which
ilence, R. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slmonds she was sitting, when tho horso hecamo
are moving this week to Royalton, where frightened by the approach of the after
they expect to make their home. Mrs. noon train. She fell upon her face on
.Marin McDonald and niece, .Miss Hnttlo tho concreto walk" nnd was severely
Hume, of Montieal aro visiting her sis- bruised. She was taken home. A beau-
ti r, Mis. Morris Woodwind, and brother, tlful progressive banner, the work of
Frank Cnsstdy.-It Is expected that the C. H. Andrews, was given to tho breeze
Rev. Lvarts Kent will visit In town Tuesday afternoon, suspended between
this week, ills wire will visit her family the Perley and Bellado blocks. A rally
In New Hampshire. They will go Novem- that evening In Perley hall was well at
ber 1 to Sterling. Mass., where he first tended. Bcsldo tho president. W. J,
to-day for dlnner.-MIss M. J. Darling i P'v.iuiu.-i,. "uuuwum goes 10 .ew cbairee, the speakers wero F. W. Wal-
xiuiv mi.-, Ywn. linen nnrl the KOV. 1.-. I). Miller I . M
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boynton went to Cams of Des Moines, la was In town
New York Tuesday. J. H. Allen went to Tuesday. Edmund Rolenu nttended tho
J'urllngtmi Tuesday to spend two weeks, funernl of his brother. Thomas. In Essex
Mr. ind Mrs. H. B. Lescmnn have re- junction. Monday.
turned to Long Beach, Cal., after spend
ing a week at William Sanctuary's. Mr.
md Mr.". E. O. Martin and children have KL,r brothers of Craftsbury havo open
returned from Granby, Mass. The Rev. Pt a hardware store In Warren's block.
N. A. Cijshlng will go to Huntington Sat- Mrs. Fayette Soulc Is critically 111 with
unlay evening to speak at a meeting to heart trouble and her children havo been
lie held at a meeting there. Sunday Hummoned home. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill has
morning be will exchnngp pulpits with the returned from a two weeks' visit with
Rev. W. A. Davison of East Charlotte rointlves In Enosburg Falls. Miss Bessie
Dr. H. E. Hunt Is seriously 111. Corcoran, who returned from work in
The entertainment by Miss Jean Wll-1 Spencer's restaurant St. Albans several
son Saturday evening was very pleasing, weeks ago on account of Illness, Is regain
ho iccelpts amounted to S23.U). Miss i,1K ,er health slowly. A son was born to
Geitlo Douglass of Burlington was a jtr, and Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald Octo
guest of Mrs. Rufus Patrick over Sun- bt.r c Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell aro
day. Mis. A. C. Cassady has returned ,,, ....rents of a son. born October 6.
to Springfield, Mass., after spending sev- m..Si t x. Chase, who has been visiting
nil weeks at .1. H. Allen's. Mr. and ror ., wfpk n Swnnton, has returned
Mrs. .1. W. Jones of llurllngton were iionie, 'Mrs. Bert Hale and two little
guests of Dr. Jones over Sunday. Mrs. ,iaust,ters, Albertlno and Mnry, nro vlslt
Cooper of Lynn, Mass.. Is visiting her ln Washington, Vt. The Foresters
son, nr. cooper.-wnmo uavis nas re- wll, K,ve a n,irVest ball In Opera hall
turned nfter u week spent In Claremont, i.'rhlay night, October IS.
;n. ii. .vir. nnu .Mrs. rreu jjusncy navii i -..
a son born on tho Mb. Mr. and Mrs. Bi. AliB&no.
Fred Owen nre the parents of a son. I Clyde II. Allen of this city has pur-
Mr. and Mrs. John Evans of Brooklyn, chased tho house on wheels, in which Dr,
were guests of Dr. Jones over Sunday. O. P. Blatchley and family came to this
Miss Sarah Smith of Whiting is vis- city from Kansas City, Kans. The wagon
Itlng her uncle, II. A. Beechcr. Is 121-2 feet long by 1 feet wide and 10
WMnCTJTTPfl FIT T q foct hlKh' nnd 18 mted ,,p wlth 'urnlturo
MUaoUKU BAUxtti. n(l all fittings for a comfortable homo
Tho marriage of Edwin C. Stanley and on wheels. Doctor and Mrs. Ulatchloy
Miss Anna Whitney was solemnized In nnd dnughter havo returned to their homo
St. Matthew's Church Wednesday even- after a visit wttn i. t. niaicniey oi me
inn Oct. 2. Tho Rev. F. Do Frees Georgia road
Miller was tho officiating clergyman. Tho C. M. Scott, conductor on tho central
bride, carrying a prayer book, was escort- Vermont railway, while coupling cars ut
,.,1 tn thn altar on tho arm of her father. Enosburg I' ans i nursnay morning.
I .1 Whltnev. who iravo her away. They slipped and the vvnecis passeu over nis
wero preceded by tho maid of honor, Miss right foot, crushing It badly. Ho was
Corn Orr. At tho altar they wero met by uriiugiu io uiu uunmm m m
tho groom nnd tho best man, Oscar Rose. It was necessary io ampuiaio somo m
Miss Llnnle Build presided at the organ, his tqes.
renderlngsiiectlons before theservico and
following tho wedding march played dur
ing tlm service. Jack Rose of Waterloo,
Que., sang a solo, with C. F. Rawson at
tho organ. Tho ushers wero Azro Stan
ley nnd Phllo Stanley. The decorations In
Iho chinch wero of hydrangeas and as
paragus. A white dovo was suspended
above the bridal party. At the conclu
sion of the service Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
ient by automobllo to Rlohford, whoro
they took tho train for a wedding Jour
ney. On their return they will start
housekeeping In rooms In A. J. Cald
well's house on Church strcot. The wed
ding gifts were varied and numerous.
Carroll Cramton Is nsrlstlnif In the store
of E F. GTeenwood. Arthur Runnells
left Wednesday evenlrg for his home In
chemicals before any largo nmount ol
ilamagn was done. A woman wns dean
lng the ball and had tho stovo llghtc
for tho pm pose of healing water to do
her vvoik, Samuel Crown was also thorn
superintending tin- denning nnd It It
liinl not been for bis quick work In send
ing In tho nlarm considerable damago
would bae been done, both to tho hall
which contains somo rare war rellrs and
pictures mid Hags, ns Well as to tho public
library which Is on the llrst Moor
A mill, giving his namo as E. E. Rock
well and bis homo as Matidiest , N II ,
lias been arrested on the dinn-i- of being
Implicated In the burglary nt Augustin
Gimy's store on Lake street Thursday
night, nnd wnlklng off with nbout JM
from tho cash register. Rockwell took tin,
enil.v train for Manchester on Frldav
morning nnd was ordered anestcd by
olllcers here on his arrival In Manchestei'
that afternoon. Chief of Pollco .1. H
Mnhoney went to Manchester Friday
night nnd brought Rockwell back Satur
day. The case of Mini Strong vs. Arth .r
Southard und L. B. Hunt nt Fnlrfnx
which has been on trial at Frankli
county court for thiee days, was close I
Saturday morning and later the Jur
brought In n verdict for tho plaintiff t'
recover $778, both defendants being foun i
responsible for negligence. This was tlm
second trial of tho case, In the llrst om
ono defendant, Mr. Hunt, being founc
Miss Ada Currln of Sar.innc. N. Y.,
Is visiting In town. MIssps Sarah and
Helen Lcnch entertained the Delta
Alpha class at their homo Monday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Ashley of Mil
ton silent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs.
S. II. Phelps. Miss Edith Howard of the
University of Vermont, was at the home
of her parents over Sunday. Mr". Ida
Hunt of Cambridge has been spending
several days with Mrs. W. II. King.
Mrs. Hunt has just leturned from
several weeks In Boston and vicinity.
M. V. Hicks has returned from New York
State. S. T. Cllley has so far recovered
from his recent illness as to be nble to
ride nut. Mr. F. Ase ltlne will ciuiy on
U. A. Smith's farm the coming year
and Wllll'im Minor has moved In tho
Clntk bouse on Mill street. The Rev.
Fred Daniels was In Montpeller Tues
The Ladles' Aid will hold a dinner at
the home of J. H. Combs's, Friday.
Darius Domlna nnd Charles Roberts
went tn Boston Tuesday. H. II, l'arker
was at home rrom Montpeller over Sun
day. A window Is being placed tn St.
Bartholomew's Church In memory of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Salvo Good'-peed. Cnsslus
Goodspecd Is moving from Joel Good
speed's fat in hmiF" end will pass the
winter with bin sNtrr. Mr-. irah Farns-vvoith.
The lirsl number ot the series of i n-
tel taltmient.s by tin- Empln Lyceum
Bureau was glvi n by the Boston main
quartette, at the church Monday evening.
Fully 2.7) persons listened to an cnjiiy-
iblo piogmm. The next in the eouiso
will bo held November I. The Rev. Glenn
W. Douglass of li-ikerslleld wns a guest
of Dr. i'. A. Johnson, Monday. G. U.
Jolley went to Boston Monday on a
business trip. The Ladles' Aid society
will meet with Mrs. W. M. Armstrong
went to Lebanon, N. U., Tuesday, where
she will visit Mrs. A. W. Isham for
about 10 days, and fiom there to
Jnmalca Plain, Mass., tn pass a part of
the winter with her cousin, Mrs. Marcla
Mr. md Mrs. Arthur Sinclair of Mobei-
ly. Mo., are tho guests or Mrs. Claienco
Prouty. A number or young friends gave
Miss Helen Cusslns a birthday surprise
party Friday evening. H. Curtis Prouty
of this plncu and Miss Alberta Thomas
of Sherbrooke, Can., wero married Sun
dny evening by the Rev. Mr. Aiken at
the Methodist parsonage. I own Clerk
Lolselle has Issued 10) gun licenses thU3
for this season. Quite a number of the
West Swnnton tlsheimen are taking out
seining licenses for fall tlshlng, which
begins October 15. Town Representative
Donaldson was In town over Sunday.
Mrs. F. D. Lapelle and her granddaughter
have gono to New York. George Farvvell,
who Is attached to the government fish
hatchery at St. Johnsbury, came to Swan-
ton Monday to look after the white llsh
locally called shad operations which mo
to bo undertaken for the llrst time on
Lako Champlaln. Tho netting operations
are along tho shores of est Swnnton
where tho spawn will be taken and tho
eggs shipped to tho government station
at Cape Vincent, N. .. tor batching.
This Is an experiment heie, but whlto
llsh nronagatlon has been carried on sue
cessfully on the Great Lakes for a good
miinv years. Work Is progressing well
on the new school building, although
rain has seriously Interf rcd. I lie roof Is
on and slating bus commenced
During the past week several French
Canadian farmers have come to Swan
ton. Among them aie P. L'Ecuyer from
st Pierre. Pierre Bnrretto rrom Mon
Onme Warden Croft of Enosburg Falls
wns In town Tuesday at tno request or
the local warden, Leon Cray, tnvestl-
imtlnir a deer case. It is unoersiooii tnnt
Mr Croft has turtieu mo i-ase over to
ih State's attorney.-1 he second meet
lng for tho season of tho Shakcspearo
club was held with Mrs. Barney Tiles-
d-iv afternoon Tho ursi meeting or tno
Mnnri.iv Afternoon dub was held this
wnnk with Mrs. c. i Aiien.-ino liar
nev Mnrblo company Is driven with or
elers and l employing a larger number
of men than ever oeioic.
n n Fuller and W, G. Mnnsfldld
have been hpiiuhhch hhwhiiooiuhih
nt the James QoodspeoJ estate.
Bi.nhen Coon of Morrisvllle was In
town ov-ir Sunday. J. B. Reed hnrf
r.n, 0 Morrisviue iu wum.-nrriirri
Lonxey has vm-nm. . "ii'in
on East Hill and moved Into H
H. Clnpp's tenement on Church street
G N Rowley nas jciumen m j.uiiuuii
On lifter SpenillllK wucn m-l-lis 1
V IT PllnM I.. I.. !,,....
the men s ciass ot mo mcuiooisi unurcn ua)lo. Tho attorneys for tho plalntln
held Friday evening wns much enjoyed w,.ro c. O. Austin & Sons nnd for the
by about tA J. A. Browley sang two defnndnnts, H. Charles Royco and W D
solos. Tho male quartette sang twice. Stewart.
The orchestra of Mr. Kimball's gave four )n Franklin county court Monda
selections, n. i'. nimoau gave a renuing morning tho case of Harry Hawes ve
from one Of Rowland Robinson's books, the Massachusetts Accident enmnnnv wm
tnken up. The defendant moved that t
verdict be directed In Its favor. Tho cour'
overruled the motion and allowed the do
fondant an exception. The plaintiff ask
ed leave to enter n nolle prossi-qul which
wns granted, the action being brought
within eo days nfter .ding final proof of
claim. A new suit will be brought by th&
plaintiff, the feHlns having now expired.
Dr. Edmund Chagnon of Salem, Mass.,
who formerly lived in this city, and
Miss Elizabeth Lee wero married at
Salem, September 25.
William MacCallum has gone to
repperell, Mnss., whore ho will marry
Miss Glady M. Thoman Monday.
In I- rnnKlIn county court yesterday ln
the case ot Mrs. G. C. Prentiss vs. Frank
Blatchley, trover, tho Jury returned a
verdict ln favor of the plaintiff to recover
and costs. In the caBo of J. A.
Bornard vs. Hayes Denso, trover, a
verdict wns rendered for tho dofendant.
A meeting of the St. Albans Humana
society will bo held Thursday evening at
SO o'clock nt city hall.
Dr. F. W. Norrls, formerly of Swan-
ton, who has been studying abroad foi
several months, has moved to this city.
Tho teachers of the public schools ol
Swanton visited tho St. Albans city
Tho Rev. W. J. Charbonncau of Swan
ton, who has been visiting his pnrents
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Charbonnenu, wll'
sail soon for an extended visit ln Eng
iV son was born tn Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgi
Payette of Ottawa Tuesday. Mrs. Payette
Is at the homo of her parents, Mr anc
Mrs. Louis Carvllle of this cits-
Mrs. O. W. Groom Is conilned f ' 'e
house by a sprained ankle.
J. A. Sturtevnnt, who underwent .
serious operation nt the Sherwood
sanitarium Monday, Is ns comfortnblo aa
could ho expected.
The delegates from St. Luke's Church tc
the special diocesan convention ln Bur.
llngton November 13 hnve been e'e '
ns follows: Henry G. Morton f't s v
Keltim, John C. Strnnon.in, ' ' - s
Forbes; nlternates, Milton S Po--iv
Dr. W. B. Arnold, Genre P Pi rb .v . t I
O. Percy Berryman.
The sophomore class of the high s h ' '
will give a reception to the fi-esbmn'
class nt city hnll Friday evening No
vember S. A banquet will be followed 1 v
Mrs. Harry F. James left 'ast nlg'v
for New York, where she will attend
meeting of the woman's nat'ona. pr -gresslve
committee at Hotel Man it in
The Epworth League of tho Methodist
Episcopal Church will servo a harvest
supper at tho vestry of tho church Fri
"Graces' Night" was observed at Ban
ner Grange. No. 866, P. of H.. Friday
evening and the following program given:
Piano and violin duet. Miss Alice Wood
and Curtis Bevlns; recitation, Miss Mary
Meigs; vocal duet, Miss Hulelah Newton
and Clarence Newton; a drama, "Tho
Sweet Family;" quartette, Mrs. r. B.
Boyden, Mlsa Emmogene Wood, Messrs.
A. B. and E. A. Wood; piano nnd violin
duct, Miss Alice Wood and Curtis Bevlns.
Mlsa Lillian Loomls, who was recently
operated upon for appendicitis at the St.
Albans hospital, is rapidly recovering.
Mrs. C. W. Clark Is confined to the house
with bronchitis. The condition of Mrs.
A. D. Bevlns, who recently hnd an -attack
of appendicitis, Is Improved. Mrs. Clara
Powell, a graduate of tho "Gordon Train
ing school" of Boston, who Is a guest of
tho Hev. and Mrs. C. R. Upton, will
preach at tho Baptist Church next Sun
day morning and evening. Mrs. E. J.
Nyo has returned from Hubbardton,
where sho has been visiting for the past
week. Miss Mary Rankin has gone to
Hartford, Conn., as delogato to tne for
eign Missionary society meeting. Mr. and
Mrs. Ward Morton of Alburg are guests
of his mother, Mrs. Eliza Morton. Ban
ner Grange, No. 3.V1, P. of 11., nro plan
ning for a fair to bo held October IS.
Tho Ladles' Aid of the Methodist Epis
copal Church will hold their annual
chicken supper nt tho vestry of tho church
Friday evening. October 25, Mrs. Georgo
Webster will havo charge of tho Epworth
I.eaguo'.s meeting next Sunday evening
and tho theme will be "A Man with nn
Unclean Spirit: Healing the Plight of
C, W. Groom has been appointed rniei
train despatcher of thu Central Vermont
Railway company, vice W. J. Dooley,
who realigned to take a position with tho
Grand Trunk railway with headquarters
in Montreal. Edward T. Buck has been
appointed Inspector und Instructor In
tho transportation department of the Cen
tral Vermont railway.
Miss Anu McGinn of Bishop street died
suddenly of heart disease Saturday aftor-
noon at i:Z0 o'clock. Miss McGinn had
not been well for a few days but wns at
no time confined to her bed. She was
about 01 years old and was born In Fair
field, a daughter of Barney and Mary
McGinn. Sho is survived by one sister.
Miss Mary McGinn of this city, and three
brothers, James, Barney and Sylvester
GRAND ISLE COUNT'!
Concord. N H., where he expects to pass McGinn, all of this city. Another brother,
the winter. He has been In the employ ,r 'i" " J" "i-"
of the Domlna Manufacturing company
nt their East Enosburg plant. -Mrs. W.
H. McAllister died Wednesday. Oct. 2,
nfter a lingering Illness extending over
I n year. Sho Is survived by n grandson,
town. Mrs. Gi IL Fuller Is In Boltor.. j w, C. McAllister, living here', also two
hulf brothers, w- n rerun, s m iwi-i-Held
and Georgo Perkins of this town.
Charles Scult, freight conductor, had a
Que,' visiting hor niece, Mr. nnd Mrs
Iw1b Lcfovr. Mrs. A. L. Centorbnr,
. r A (IiniK-iin umi w r
Mr. aiu "
The funeral was held nt St. Mary's
Church Mcrday r.icrt'lng at nine o'clock,
and the burial wns In Holy Cross cemetery.
An oil stove exploded nt Memorial hnll
on Maiden lane enrly Snturday afternoon
nnd somo dumngo was done to tho wood
work In the small lobby at the bend of
tho stairs. A still alarm was sent In
yman Gordon Is falling. Mrs. l iYorc
l.i still seriously 111. Mrs. Victor Sylves
ter Is seriously 111. Daisy Tobias I eirtng
for her-Pr Branch, Eugeno Tcbeau and
Victor Hurlburt are making short vis!'
In Boston. -Mr and Mrs. D. 1 Center
and Mr. and Mrs. Juan Robinson attend
ed the funeral of their cousin, P D.
.lame.son, lu Alburg. A large number
from Grand Isle attended the ceremon'es
at the St. Rosa Church In South Hero
of the blessing of the new bell. About
J2M were realized from the dinner donst
td by the members of the parish
ISLE LA MOTTE.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry of Burllncton h.ivf
been visiting at W. H Naylor's. t-rnesl
Naylor Is home from Rouses Point. Mrs.
F. H Severance has closed hrr houso
and returned tn Buffalo, Henry fleury
of Newport News Is visiting his brother,
E. S. Fleury The funeral of Mrs. Elmer
Manor was held nt the Roman Catholic
Church Saturday morning Mrs. Manor
Is survived by ,i husband nnd three sons,
her mother, three sisters and font
(Co ut lulled on pner I.)