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THE nURLTNOTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: TlfUKMUATf. 10, WB
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
I Continued from pane 8.)
brothers. Mrs. W. A. Loop of Swnnton
Is visiting her motlicr, Mrs. Hurst. Mrs.
Lcslto riko hns been tnklng an automobile
trip through Mmlno anil New llnmpshlro,
with her sister, Mrs. Richardson.
Vernal Coburn and Grace Nobles were
married September 28 at the homo of the
Broom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Coburn. They were attended by the
Broom's brother and sister, Wallace and
Blanche Coburn. The Rev. I'. H. Wills
performed tho ceremony. Refreshments
were served for a largo gathering of rel
atives and frlcnds.-Mrs. E. H. Billings
has her furniture all packed for removal
to her homo In Boston.
Miss Wlnnlo Blklns of Enosburg Falls
li visiting her sister, Miss Hnlllo Elklns.
The assistant Judges wore In conference
with tho county buildings committee Sat
urday regarding completion of the build-lngs.-C
O. Austin of St. Albans was in
town Saturday.-E. II. Wolch of Hard
wick was a business visitor here Satur
day. Frank Heath and I. L. Pearl of
Johnson wero in town Saturdny.-H. P.
Brlgham of Bflkersflcld was in this place
Saturday. Representative Smillo of Cam
bridge was in town Saturday. Miss Sllsby
of NeWbury Is visiting Miss Barnctto of
tho L. C. A. faculty. Thomas Finnlgan
and Miss Anna D. Oauthler, both of this
place, wtll be married this morning at
St. Theresa's Church. They are to resldo
on Clrasch street. Merritt Lee was called
to Essex Junction Bunday to attend the
funeral of a cousin. Kenneth Fairbanks
has returned from the White mountains.
Arthur Campbell and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Lynn Bcofleld of Barre were
visitors In town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Sllsby and Mrs. Bamette of Newbury
are tn town. Mrs. B. B. Walte and Mrs.
May Bpitler are In MontpeUor. Tho Rev.
and ttn. Herd of Lowell were In town
Mondajfc Mr. and Mrs. Preston Fair
banks, who have been visiting hero the
past month, started Tuesday evening for
their home in Chicago. (Mies Alma
Oanthier had the misfortune to fall
Monday evening, breaking her right arm
near Uie shoulder. Ralph Nowcomb and
bride of Worcester, Mass., aro visiting at
the home of his father, 8. W. Newcomb.
-JTfco Hyde Park train goes on next
Monday morning, leaving hero at B:80
and returning at 10:30 p. m. Frank N ow
elty, who has boon in California for 13
jtars. Is visiting bis parent here, Mr.
and Mrs. P. S. Clark of Lyndonvlllo are
visiting ot H. A. Noyes's.
Mrs. Amos Boardman is visiting her
mother in Stowe. C. E. Haskell Is in
Fltohburg. Mass., on business. B. Proo
man and H. Golden are tn Shelburne for
& while. Miss Lottie Croft of Concord,
is at home for a short stay. H. Waite
it Son commenced earring potatoes
Dr. Maurice is 111 George Beard was
nt home from Montpeller Saturday and
Sunday. R. A. WUley spent Sunday and
Monday with his son, B. M. WUley, at
Greensboro. O. L. Btory, A. I Larawoy,
11. n. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Beard,
11. F. Beard and his mother, Mrs. B.
F. Heard, are spending the week in Bos
Mrs. W. E. Porley returned Saturday
.evening from Enosburg Falls. Mrs.
George Demar and children of Berk
shire are visiting her sister, Sirs. Linos
Leavens. Miss Nelllo Smith is spending
tho week in New York and from there
will visit in Hooslck Falls. Mr, and Mrs.
R. G. Reynolds of Stowo spent Sunday
with his mother, Mrs. M. M. Reynolds.
H. A. Bulkley is In Boston this woek.
Mrs. F. M. Reynolds has been spend
ing a few days with her sister in St
Johnsbury. Mrs. Hunt, who has spent
several weeks In Boston, returned to the
house of her daughter, Mrs. Earl Gates,
Sunday. Mrs H. N. Gray was a visitor
In Burlington Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Hattle Hopkins Is spending a few
days with friends In Arlington- Miss
Lillian Mable has returned to her work
as nurse in Lynn, Mass., and Miss Kate
Mable has gone to Lawrence, Mass,,
where she has a position in the Boys In
dustrial School. H. A. Hatch of Mon
treal baa been spending several days at
his home hers.
Arthur Hiram Wood died at his home
on the WaterrTlle road, October 2, after
several days fitness with rheumatic
fever. He was s life-long resident of this
town and greatly respected by all who
knew Ma His age was 46 years. He
resided on the Wood ancestral home
stead, which has been in the Wood fam
ily many generations. He Is survived by
his wife and one son; to brothers and
two sisters, Mrs. George Bumhom of
Brandon, Mrs. W, W. Raymore of Cam
bridge Junction, Lewis Wood of Bakers
field and Edgar D. Wood of MIddleboro,
Mass. The funeral was largely attended
Saturday at the Congregational Church,
the Rev. H. E. Harned officiating. He
was a member of Warner Lodge, F. &
A. M., a member of Jeffersonvllle Grange,
The Eastern Stars and Knights of Py
thias, all of the organisations attend
ing in a. body. The floral offerings wero
many and beautiful and burial was In
the Jeffersonvllle cemetery. Raleigh
Jaques has gone to Barre to attend
school. Miss Jean Clark, who spent a
week with her sister, Mre. Eva Grlawol,
returned to Enosburg Saturday. Tho
Rev. 11, C. Howard, who has been 111, is
Miss Gladys Chappell Is at home from
Burlington for a few days. Benator Sher
wln and Representative Jose came Fri
day and returned Monday, Mrs. Dora
Atwood had a shock last week and Is still
unconscious. She had Just entered the
house from shopping and was stricken
suddenly. Mr. Woodard hus not sold his
blacksmith shop as reported last week
-The Rev. J. K, Fuller has purchased the
Dr. Mlnott place on Railroad street. The
balance of the goods advertised were well
fold. Mrs. Lapher hus moved Into tho
Nellie Hunt house, vacated by Henry
Thomas, who moved Into the tenement
house of E. E. Holmes near the sta
tion. Henry Rustedt, who passed exam
ination and was admitted to tho bar at
Montpeller, Is tho guest of E. E. Wells
and family. Dr, Fulson spent Sunday
with his parents at St. Johnsbury, and on
his return will open a dentist ofllce over
the Boyles (store. Miss Leslie has opened
her millinery shop on Main street. Mrs.
K. H, Bcott visited her daughter at the
TVinny Allen hospital Saturday, and
found Ijer much Improved. The much
respected citizen, F, F. Boylos, passed
Ills 81st birthday Sunday, receiving many
congratulations and presents. Mrs. Flor
ence Newclty, daughter of E, J, Oauthler,
wns married Saturday to "Jnck" Myers.
Mr. Myers Is n section hand on the lako
road, U. E. Chaffee Is erecting a paint
shop back of tho Harrows storo. John
Dubray of Eden has moved Into the tene
ment house nt Shcrwin's mill nnd has
Mrs. Angelina Santlmoro died Satur
day morning at her home with her daugh
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bull,
In Stowo Hollow, of tuberculosis. She
was SI y-nrs of age and had been a resi
dent of Stowo less than a year. Besides
Mrs. Hull sho leaves a son, Joseph Santl
inore, nnd a daughter, Miss Mary Santl
more, of Chatenugay, N. Y Mrs. Santl
tnore'H former residence. Mr. Hull nnd
Miss Blanche Hull accompanied tho re
mains to Chateaugay, where the burial
was mode. Mrs, W. M. Roberts visited
friends In Greensboro Saturday nnd Sun
day. Mr. Roberts Joined her tlicro
Monday. Mrs. C. H. Hosmcr has re
turned from a two weeks' visit In Boston.
Mrs. F. W. lllenus of Worcester, Mass.,
Is a visitor at A, H, Cheney's. Mrs.
Hlcnus wns formerly Miss Lizzie Bar
rows of Stowo. Stowo Military band gavo
a successful danco at tho Akcloy Memo
rial building Friday evening. Mrs. Lucius
Sallies hns a June rose bush In blossom,
tho second time this year. It has about
100 buds and blossoms. Although there
was snow on the mountains several days
last week, there has been no killing
frost In tho vllleys. Corn and vegotnbles
are still growing.
Mrs. Gertlo M. (Griffin) Warren,
wlfo of Sanford H. Warren, died at
8:30 o'clock Sunday evening at their
homo with hor mothor, Mrs. Gratia
Burt (Griffin) Tomllnson. Tho cause
of Mrs. Warren's doatli was Brlg'it's
disease, from which sho had long boon
a suffcror. Sho was 39 years of aga
and her homo hal always been In
Stowe. Sho Is survived by hor hus
band and mother, a daughter, Miss
Mildred Wnrron, and a step-son, Wil
liam H. Warren. Mrs. Warren was a
faithful member of tho Congregational
Church nnd was respected by all. Tho
funeral was held nt the house at
two o'clock Tuesday afternoon. A
son, born October 3 to Mr. and Mrs.
James Conway, diod Saturday morn
ing. James B. Campbell, who vlsltai
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Camp
bell, over Sunday, has completed throe
years' study In tho law offlco of A. F.
Nichols In St. Johnsbury nnd has been
admitted to the bar. Mr. Campbell
was graduated from Stowe high school
in 1905 and from tho University of
Vormont four years lator. Ho is a
young man of ability and promise and
his friends In Stowe wish him succors
Ho will remain In Mr. Nichols's office
until January. Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Mc
Bweoney and daughter of Burlington
visited Mr. and Mtb. Luco over Sun
day. Almon E. Douglass is having a
vacation from his work in the Mt.
Mansfield creamory this week. Mrs.
Amos Boardman and son, IIollls, who
passed last week with her mother.
Mrs. Hannah Knrght, were Joined by
Mr. Boardman Sunday nnd returned
with him to Wolcott. Mrs. James
Muzzy of Watcrbury Center has passed
several Jays at S. II. Warren's.
The funeral servlco of Mrs. Sanford H.
Warren was conducted by the Rev. Lem
uel Davis of tho Congregational Church
Tuesday afternoon at the house. The
bearers were the husband, I. H. Warren,
stepson, William H. Warren, uncle,
Frank Burt, and cousin, N. B. Robinson.
The singers were Mrs. Anna Kimball,
Mrs. Alice Raymond, A. H. Cheney and
Howard Smith, with Miss Laura Thomas
organist. There was a profusion of beau
tlful flowers, among them tokons from
the Christian Endeavor society, Manslleld
Camp, M. W. A., Mrs. H. Mayo, Mrs. C,
F. M. Taber, Mrs. Ruth Robinson of
Pittsburgh, N. Y., Miss Abble Burt of
Boston, Mrs. Blgelow, Mrs. Fowler, Mrs.
Hawley, A. H. Chenoy, Mrs. Tomllnson,
Mrs. Fisher and tho family. Tho burial
was mndo In the West Branch cemetery.
G. W. Buzzoll was In charge. There was
a large attundance. Among thoso from
out of town were Mr. and MrB. Edward
Cutler and daughter of Fayston. Mr. and
Mrs. A. O. Vamcy and grandson, Alfred
ot Westford, and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gar
row of Essex on an automobile trip havo
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tomllnson
this week. Representative J, C. Benson
returned Tuesday to Montpeller. Mrs. W.
W. Ayers, MUs lone Hawley and A. D.
Lang were among those who went to
Boston Tuesday on the annual fall ex
cursion. They will also visit Worcester,
Mass., to consult Dr. Llndsey. Miss Jen
nie Salmon passed Tuesday In Water
bury and Montpeller. Mrs. John Straw,
who has acted as cook at the Green
Mountain Inn for several weeks, roturncd
Tuesday to Waterbury Center. Mrs. Rus
sell of Morrlsvllle is the new cook at the
Inn Miss Edith Kendall, who has been
in Stowe for several days gathering data
for a life of Miss Anna E, Brackett, for
many years an educator In New York
city, left Tuesday for New York. An
Item mentioned by Miss Kendall will bo
of Interest to the people of Stowe, where
Miss Brackott passed her summers. Tho
Intercollegiate Alumnne association havo
founded a fellowship to be called the
Anna C. Brackett fellowship as a testimo
nial to her groat educational value to
America. The income of tho fund us
soon as available will bo used to send a
young teacher abroad for a finishing year
of study. Miss Kendall suggested that
some young toochor In Stowo might bo
given the opportunity.
There was a white frOBt Wednesday
morning, tho first of tho season.
Among thoso who attended tho Chris
tian Endeavor convention In Morrls
vllle Wednesday wero the Rov. Lemuel
Davis. A. H. Chenoy, Mr. and Mrs.
Goorge E. Fowler, Mrs. A. R, Straw,
Mrs. Anna Kimball and Mrs. Abhla
Warren. Sicklo Chnptei, Order of tho
Eastern Star, hold Its rogulnr monthly
meeting Wednesday evening. Mrs. C,
F. Eddy has passed sovornl days In
Montpeller this weok. Mrs. George W.
Harlow, who hns been 111, Is Improving
and ablo to sit up. Mr. Harlow Is
also recovering from illness. Mrs. F,
C. Bashaw has been 111 the past woek.
Manslleld Mountain Grange, P. of !!.,
will hold Its annual fair Saturday,
Dinner will bo served at noon. A pro
gram open to all will be carried out
at 2:30 o'clock. Superintendent C. D.
Howo of Morrlsvllle will speak upon
"What the O ran go Can Do for
Schools." There will be exhibitions
of farm and garden produce, noedlo
work, bread, enko, canned goods, eto. .
Mrs. A, R. Wedsn Is In Lowell and
Worcoster, Mass., this week.
The linrvest supper given Friday aft
ernoon by tho young ladles of fho Unity
class of the Congregatlonnl Church was
a Buccess. The young Indies have re
decorated the walls of both parlors and
vestry, also the pastor's study and tho
toilet They have also painted tho toilet
and made needed repairs and Improve
ments. Tho parlor Is nowly furnished
with mission furniture nnd tho study has
newly upholstered furniture. Miss Ethol
Winter of Boston, who Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Kale Winter, and grand
parents, Mr, and Mrs. William Wombell
of Hard wick, Is pnsMng a fow days with
her aunt, Miss Nal Wombell. Mrs. Car
rlu Tuwne of Worcester Is a guest
of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Slnyton. Mrs. Otto Blodgett pass
ed Baturdny In Johnson, tho guest of
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E. Balsh. H. H. Bow
ley of Newport, who has visited his sis
tcr nnd husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
Pond, returned home Saturday. Miss
Edith Splllcr left Saturday to visit rcla
tlves In Burlington, Rutland and New
York State. Lambert Lamberton, en
Hlgn of tho U, 8. S. Wyoming, now at
Now York harbor, nnd who Is off on
sick leave, Is visiting friends hero. Prof.
A. W. Ruff wtnt to Burlington Satur
day to meet Mrs. Ruff, who roturned
with Mr. Ruff Saturday evening. Prof,
nnd Mrs. Ruff will occupy tho V. P.
Smith house on Court street Doan A.
IjiFountaln, a law student In the offlco
of M. Maurice, took examinations at
Montpeller this week and was ndmltted
to tho bar nnd is qualified to practice
law. George Tlllotsou wont to Greens
boro Saturday for few days at his
cotlagc.-MIss Helen Barton and mother,
Madam Barton, were called to Burling
ton Saturday to attend tho funeral of
a rcuuivc.-L. j, Harlow hns sold his
farm, the Palmer place, to Albert Den
ton of Ponsloyvllle, N. v..
tn be given November 1.
Miss Ildah Gale, teacher in Mm mn.
mar room, wont to her hnm in w..t.
ford Saturday ovenlng on account of
niness. miss Laura Field, trimmer in
tho Mnsser millinery storo. nn,i
Sunday at hor homo in
Madge Small went to Westford Satur
day ovenlng, whero sho will be a guest
for ii few days of Mr. ami Mm. Tn
Hpauldlng. William Bakor was at
homo from Hnrdwlck ovor Sundnv
Mrs. George S. Ames of Walllngford
came Saturday evonlnir to visit her
mother, Mrs. O. D. Choate. Miss Ethel
Carroll has vacated the flat In H.
Walto's block and tho rnnm. will h
occuplod by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bar
rows. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boucher of
Stanhrldgo Station, r. Q., arrived Sat
urday evening nnd are fruents nt Mr.
and Mrs. Levi Sonnsac. At the close
of the noxt meeting of Lamoille I Aid go,
N. E. O. 1'., Tuesday ovenlng, October
IB, there will bo a fnrce entitled "Who
Is Who," or "All In a Fog," an Illus
trated song and severnl selections. All
members aro asked to bo present nj)
the meeting and members of their"
families aro Invited to the entertain
ment following the mfetlng. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Fred Minor and son of Hyde Park
were guests over Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. John Ovltt Miss Alberta Hoard
man roturned Monday morning from a
two weeks' visit In Boston nml fit
Johnsbury, Miss Iln Hoyt of Hnrdwlck
passed Sunday at home with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Hoyt.
The 27th convention of the Vermont
Christian Endeavor Union opened at
Morrlsvllle Monday evening with a de
votional service at 7:: o'clock, led by
tho Rev. Paul D. Moody of St. Johns
bury. The choir of the Methodist Church
furnished music for this service nnd for
the evening. At the close of the devo
tional service, State president, the Rev.
Fraser Motzger, gave his address under
the heading of the "President's Survey
of the Field." Following this was an
address, "True to tho Plans," by tho
Rev. J. Stanley Durkee, Ph. D., of
Brockton, Mass. Delegates were assigned
places. It Is expected that 100 delegates
will be present nt the meetings Wed
nesday. The program as arranged was
carried out Tuesday. A good number
were out to attend the sunrise meeting
nt 6:S0 a. m. This meeting wns held on
the hill, formerly tho old fair ground,
east of the village. At S:40 a devotional
period was conducted by the Rev. Paul
D. Moody of St. Johnsbury; 9:00, normal
mission study classes; 10:00, business ses
sion; 11:00, community problems, confer
ence nnd address by the Rev, Fraser
Metzger, State president; 1:10, devotional
period, tho Rev. Paul D. Moody; 2:0rt,
normal mission studies. These studies,
both forenoon and afternoon, were con
ducted by the Rov. HcrlK-rt K. England
of Rosclle, X. J Miss Anna B. Taft
New Vork, Miss Grace L. Jones,
Rochester, N. Y. ; 3:00, rninmunlty prob
lems, conference and address by Prof.
J. L. Hills, dean of the U. V. M., Bur
lington, i;(fl, recognition sen-Ice for tho
young people, Miss Heulah H. Hates,
State secretary; for tho Juniors, Miss
Julia A. Loomls, Statu Junior superin
tendentMrs. O. E. Sweet returned
Monday evening from Whltofleld, N. H
where she lias passed 10 days with Mr.
Sweet Mrs. Fannie Walker and son.
Earl, of Somervllle, Mass., who havo
passed tho summer at Newport, eamo
Monday evening to visit her sister, Mrs.
Alice Reed. Miss Lucy D. Perkins of
Rutland and Miss Elizabeth Rogers of
Swnnton were guests of Mrs. Harriet
Ido over Sunday. Roy Macomber of St,
Johnsbury Is a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. W. Rivers. Miss Flora LaGrange of
Sheldon came Monday evening t'o visit
her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
W. R, Beard. Mrs. Fannie Genge and
daughter. Miss Vera, of Burlington nro
guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Bates. A
fire escape Is being placed on the Cen
tennial block In the nlley next to tho
bank block.-T. C. Cheney went to Bos
ton Tuesdny nnd will witness the world
series baseball game. Mrs. Hobart Fol
som went fn Hardwlck Tuesday to sen
her daughter and husband, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Delbcrt Warren, nnd a new grandchild.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brlggi nro par
ents of a dnughter, born Monday. Mrs.
M. A. Saxby of Bellows Falls Is passing
a few days as gucut of Mr. and Mrs. 11.
F, Drown. Mrs. W. II. 11. Goodell, Mrs.
A, L. Champeau, Mrs. C. A. Sanders,
Mrs. Don Sanders, Mrs. Susan Burke,
nnd Mrs. Hnnnah Taylor went to
Greensboro Tuesdny to attend a W, R.
C. district meeting, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Oauthler, Mr. nnd Mrs, Peter Sf. John
nnd Mrs. Mary La Ferry wero In Hydo
Park Monday to attend tho marrtago of
Miss Anna Oauthler nnd Thomas Flnnl
gan, the Rev. Father Crosby perform
ing the ceremony. Tho BIJou will be
open Thursday ovenlng for tho benoflt
of the Boy Scouts. Out of their number
tho scouts havo organized an orchestra
of Mx pieces, who will furnish music.
Tho Stato Christian Endeavor meeting
Tuesday evening was opened at 7:30 with
a devotional servlco led by tho Hov. Paul
D. Moody of St Johnsbury, followed by an
able and Interesting address by the Rev.
George L. Cady, D. D., of Dorchester,
Mass., his subject being, "The Call of
To-morrow to the Men of To-aay. The
quartette of tho Congregational Church
sang several selections during the oven
lng session. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Derlck
of Hartford, Conn., who nro on a wedding
trip, wero guests Tuesday night ot his
uncle, T. B. Ellis. Mrs. Alice Marlon ot
Hardwlck Is passing a few days with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Draper. Mr.
r.nd Mrs. John J. Howard of tho Lyman
Echool for Boys, Westboro, Mass., were
guests Tuesday night of Mr, and Mrs.
Martin Wilklns. Mrs. Howard, Ethel
Foss, was formerly a resldont here. Mr.
nnd Mrs, A. F, Oauthler were called to
Hyde Park Monday night and again
Tuesdny night on account of Injuries re
ceived by his sister, Miss Almn Oauthler,
from n fall. Mrs, E. E, Utton of Hard
wlck enmo Wednesday to visit hor daugh
ter, Mrs. Iawrenco Jones. M J. Omen of
Rutland, a former resldont here, arrivod
Wednesday to visit his sister, Mrs. Mar
tin Bpauldlng In Elmore. Mrs. Mary At
wood Is passing 10 days in Boston and vicinity.
Fire was discovered In the basement of
Frank Andrew's dwelling house Wed
nesday morning of last week. Tho
house and barn connected wore entirely
destroyed. Most of tho contents were
saved. Insurance amounts to about $1,500.
Thought to bo the work of an lncen
Miss Alice Paine is taking a few week's
vacation from her work at tho post
onicc, Cows brought from HO to $50
nplcce at Mr. Little's auction Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Young anu son
were driving down the hill below John
Oarvtns's about six o'clock Saturday
evening, when the horse took fright and
ran, throwing tho occupants out. Mrs.
Young was qulto seriously injured nnd
hns been confined to the bed since, Mr.
Young and his son, although badly
bruised, are able to bo about, The horse
ran to the forks of the road In the
Debruo sugar place and being unable to
make the turn towards home at that
speed, ran across the rood and Into a
trco, striking his head and killing him
self Instantly. Henry Husscy, an old res
ident, aged 93 years, who hns been In
falling health for some months, died Fri
day and was buried Sunday. The funeral
wns held from the house of his son.
George Husscy, the Rev. Franklin Col
While Frnnk Loclnlr of Morgan and his
son, Frnnk, Jr., wero pressing hny with
a gasoline engine at Herbert Hayward's,
by somo accident the young man was
caught In the rigging nnd almost In
stantly killed. James McNeil died In tho
hospital nt Sherbrooke, where ho went
for treatment. HUs body wns brought
home Saturday. He leaves a wife and a
largo family of children. As little Hocl
Uenwlrth wus on his way homo from
school one day last week he came up
behind a loaded team. Just then an au
tomobile .signalled nnd passed the team
In front. Another followed giving no
signal. The little boy started to pass the
team and was caught by the other auto
mobile and his leg broken near the hip.
Ira Hayward is In poor health. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Albert Silver nnd daughter and her
mother, Mrs. Ash, have returned from
Hurllngton, where they have spent the
summer. Miss Mary Cobb and niece of
New York are gue.sts of Mr. and Mrs.
Mioses Minnie Gilpin of Boston and
Miss Eva Gilpin of Barton are nt homo
for three weeks' vacation. A. W, Wood
worth nnd party of live came Monday
to visit nt the home of his nephew, D. C.
Woodworth. U S. Woodworth has re
turned from several weeks' absence nt
Hoston nnd Hartford. Mrs. H. O. Miller
v ent to Yonkers, N. Y and Boston Inst
week to spend three weeks with her sons.
-The L. A. S. met with Mrs. W. B. Gilpin
Wednesday to arrange for their supper
and sale. Mrs. Joslyn of Providence came
Inst week to visit her cousin, A. J. Miller,
and other relatives Mrs. Hilda Farman
of Lowell wns at the home of her mother,
Mrs. William Dickson, last week. Mrs.
and Mrs. W. O. AVrlght, Mr. nnd Mrs.
O. P. Wright motored down to North
Troy Sunday to carry Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Wright to the station to go to New
York. Mrs. David Hitchcock and broth
er, Fred Wilcox, expect to go to Cali
fornia In a short time to spend the win
ter Mr. Greene hns exchanged his North
hill farm for one In Troy.
The blacksmith's shop burned to the
ground Friday mornlne;. -S. H. Lathe was
at home from Montpeller over Sunday.
Tho neighbors and friends of Mrs. R.
C. Moodle gavo her n surprise at tho
home of her brother. Charles Root, Sat
urday night. She left last Tuesday for
Omaha, where she expects to reside.
Mrs. Jenulo Randall and Nellie left Fri
day for Barton, where they expect to
spend tho winter. The Rev. Frank Hazen
preached In the Congregatlonnl Church
Sunday. A pleasant reception was given
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kelr Thursdny even
ing nt their home.
Mrs. Helen Vincent has returned to
her home after an nbsence of somo
months Mrs. Clyde noteholder Is visit
ing in town. Oeorglana St. Peter has
returned from a Montreal hosiltal, whero
she went for treatment Thomns Cran
lull has bought E. I. Ilue'r place
Mrs. Sarah Miles hns moved Into her
O. O. Guyary was in North Troy Sat
uiday on business. Armla Adams has
moved Into A. T. Blake's house In tho
village. Mrs. G. E. Curtis and children
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Slckney, nt Newport Center, the week
end, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Kinsley visited
her sister In Johnson over Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Lathe spent a few days
In Newport the nrst of the week. J, H.
Slllby, w, II, Pope nnd Mllo nines were
In Newport Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win
cluster are In Lyndon, Mrs. Winchester
will stay until they movo to Roynlton,
where he has bought a farm. C. A.
Ha i re hns sold his farm, stock nnd
farming tools to his son, C. C. Barre.
-Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Bcrno of Island
Pond are visiting In town.
Tho remains of Lloyd Alonio Kimball,
youngest brother of the late Col. II. J.
Kimball, went from hero two weeks ago,
October 2 for Interment In Bouthvlew
cemetery. His death, the result of
Brlght's dlseuse, occurred Tuesday morn
ing. For the last two weeks his case
hud been critical. His niece, Miss Clors.
Klmhnll, were brought from New York
and remained till the end. Mr, Kimball
was born In Bnndolph February J4. 1682,
tho youngest child of the late Hiram and
Jerusha (Bradlsh) Kimball. When a
young man, ho became associated with
tho Simons Manufacturing company of
Fltchburg, Mass., and rendered such
valuable service to the company that he
represented It In Australia for a num
ber of years. After a tlme the Simons
company stationed him In" New York,
where he retained his connection till his
death. Mr. Kimball married Minnie
Qulnn, who was a telegraph operator In
this village, whero he first met her. With
tho remains came Mrs. Kimball, the
widow, W. Kugene Kimball, Miss Clara
Kimball from New York, and Mrs.
Thomas Hammond of Northampton,
Mass. The funeral service was held from
Montague place at 11 o'clock Thursday
afternoon, tho Itev. J. Wnllaco Chesbro
officiating, and Interment was In the
family lot. Tho bearers wero C. W. A.
1'utnnm, Y, II, Joslyn. J. F. Mead, and
W R. Lamson. Among those present
from out of town wero II. K. and O, K.
F. D. ABERNETHY
H. W. ALLEN fif CO.
AVkat About Dress Trimmings ?
Lace Flouncings, Bead Trimmings
Richly Embroidered. Bandings
Given Especial Prominence in the
ent Exhibits. .....
Laces Deiigns composed of a multifold mingling of the
distinctive types of one lace with another until even the con
noisseur is at a loss to know in just which class to place this or
that exquisite pattern. Nevertheless these laces are accepted
as one of the season's best trimming features.
Shadow flouncings, laces and insertions of great delicacy
of pattern add much to the heauty of a gown.
White Shadow Flouncing $1.50
Ecru Shadow Flouncing 3.00
Narrow Shadow Laces 75 and 85 cents
Shadow Insertions 75 cents
Among other lace flouncings are very beautiful Lierre,
Duchesse and Malines at $2.75 and $3.00
Venise Bandings are extensively used for trimming cos
tumes and wraps, shown in all widths up to eight inches, both
white and ecru in a great variety of handsome patterns. The
prices on these range from 85 cents to $3.50.
Venise edge in points, white and ecru $1.25
Bandings Rich colorings and designs in Persian effects,
consisting of embroideries of silk, chenille or ribbozine en
hanced with threads of gold or silver, often studded with
Bands embroidered in silk, Persian pattern $1.50
Ban is embroidered in silk and tinsel serpentine pattern. . 1.50
Bands embroidered in silk with beads and gold thread, blue,
lavender and brown coloring ,firice $1.75
Bands, three inches wide, embroidered in ribbozine in shades
of lavender or blue $3.25
Dainty finishing appliques in pastel shades, some heavily
beaded, others done in silk and tinsel thread. . ,50c and $1.00
An assortment of very handsome black trimmings, in
cluding bandings, allover nets and the latest novelty effects.
An entirely new showing of Allover Nets in Venise
patterns, white and ecru at $1.38 to $5.75
Bead Trimmings are more than ever in fashion, much of
the bead work being very similar to that on our grandmothers'
Beautiful lace designs executed in beads, having the lovely
lace pattern with the additional charm of color.
One design done in blue and silver beads .... Price $2.75
A banding of this style wrought in pink pearls, silver
beads and bugles Priced at $5.00 a yard
A fringe composed of silver lined beads and milk bugles,
dangling from a beaded filet pattern on which rests a rose in
pink and green seed beads is exquisite Price $5.00
A varied assortment of narrow bead bandings in gold, sil
ver and colors at 50, 75 and 85 cents per yard
Elaborate ornaments and buckles of every description play
a conspicuous part in the looping up of draperies.
at prices ranging from $1.25 upward
"makes the skin like velvet."
Creme Elcaya, the American Woman's Toilet Cream,
delightful, exquisite in fragrance, individual in character, un
equalled for preserving and beautifying the complexion, al
ways suitable and always serviceable any time or place. A
boon to those motoring or traveling, removes the dust better
than soap and water, leaves the skin in better condition, is
ror: hygienic and always ready. Nature s best Beauty
Aid. On sale at our toilet goods counter.
One size only Price 50 cents
Simons, of the Simons company, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Bunnell. II. L. McDonald, M.
V. Gallup. T. V. Howarth, Qeorgo Par
monter, II, D. Horton, nnd J. E. Kcllcy,
of the FItchburg office; and B. F. Kel
ley nnd Thomns McGoldrlck, of tho Now
York branch. Kdwln Augustus Jones
died suddenly Wednesdny, Oct. 2 of
cerebral hemorrhage at the eanltnrlum,
where he had been since April, IMS. Five
years ago he suffered a Bhock which nf
fected his left sldo and had been help
less for the entire time. His guardian.
Miss Alice Sheldon of Ascutneyvllle,
was at once notified and arrived Wednes
dny. Mr. Jones was a native of Clare
mont, N, II., und was formerly an en
gineer on one of the western railroads
for 20 years. Tho fnncrnl was held at
R:30 Thursday morning, tho Rev. Q. W,
Smith, rector of St. John's Church, offi
ciating, and the remains were taken to
Claremont, N. H., for Interment.
Mrs. Dmlly Burroughs Is 111 from the
effects of a severe cold, and at her ad
vanced age her case causes alarm. Miss
Lucy Washburn, teacher In Brockton,
Mass., was In town Saturday, A. J.
Alexander of Montpoller, who has boon
with his cousin, Mrs. C. B. Pratt, went
to his home Saturday, Mrs. Carroll Gran
ger of Barro arrived Saturday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Granger. Tho Rev.
Dr. A. L Cooper and daughter, Mlsi
Hose Cooper, went to Springfield Satur
day for a few days' stay, Mr. Cooper
was formerly pastor of the Methodist
Church. Miss Mabel Hamilton came
from Montpeller Saturday for an over
Sunday visit with her parents, the Rev.
and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton. Mrs. Elisa
beth Bplcer and little granddaughter, Ar
lene Gray, of Greenfield, Mass., have
been visiting Mrs. Cora Bobbins and sis
ter, Miss Llllle, since Thursday, and on
Saturday left for their home. Mrs. W, F.
Edson and sister, MSis Maud Johnston,
went to Lebanon. N. It., Saturday for a
short visit with their mother, Mrs. John
stem. Miss Rllen Chaffeo of Rochester Is
being entertained by Mrs. Bitelle Ollion.
Miss Ida Battles, who has been tn poor
health for several months, Is now nt the
home of Mrs, J. B. French, very III with
Brlght's disease and heart trouble. The
death of George H. Whitney occurred
Friday night at ten o'clock, after many
months of suffering, the lost three weeks
of which wore Intense. Mr, Whitney's
disease was heart troublo, with hardening
of the arteries and for the last week ho
had not been conscious much of tho time.
Mr. Whitney hail lived In town for many
years and was well known here. He Is sur
vived by his wife, two sons by a former
wife, Kdward Whitney and Fred Whit
ney of Bethel, nnd three daughters, Mrs.
John Hanrnhan of White River Junction,
Mrs. Floyd Bruce and Mrs. Fred Pecue
of this place. Mr, Whitney was a veteran
of tho Civil War and was born In Chelsea,
November 22, 1B9. Ho enlisted In Tun
brldgo August 22, 1802, in Company D, 12th
Vermont regiment, and at the expiration
of his term of servlco upon being mus
tered out, rc-enllsted nt Bethel August
24, 1864, and was muBtcred In on same day
In Company I, 9th regiment. Lator he
was transferred to Company D, 4th Ver
mont regiment and was mustered out May
22, 1S65. The funeral was held Sunday at
two o'clock, with Interment here.
The sons, Edward and Fred Whitney,
were tn town Saturday and Mrs. Hanrn
han of White River Junction has also ar
rived. The United States civil iservice com
mlsilon announces an open competitive
examination for statistical fleld agent
on November 7, 112, for men only.
The nearest point for this place Is
Montpeller. Applicants must have
reached their 23 year, but not their
45th birthday, on the date of examina
tion. H. W. Vail of this place has re
ceived the notification, with request
to make It public. Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey Richardson left Monday for a sev
eral days' stay In Boston and Lowell,
Mass. Mrs. Lula (Rye) West, who
has been with her parents since Mon
day of last week, returned to her
home In Moscow Monday. Miss Ida
Rand, who has been In Derry. N. II.,
for the lost two years, Is at homo for
a few days with her parents, while
recovering; from an attack of poison
ing from eating clam chowdor. As
soon as she Is sufficiently strong, sho
will leave horo for Albany, N. Y
enter tho business college for a
IIIUIllllH UUUIBU Ul DlllUI. ,,11. 1LIII1 i,l
J. W. Currnn left Monday to visit
UI1V1 Kilo. J .'I Vrf. ' '.I'll u
daughtor, Wnnda, havo arrived
town from Charlostown, Mass., to r
main a fow days. Airs. Llzzlo Mess
nnd daughter, Miss Annlo Mosser, we
to Boston Monday to remain till N
vember 1. Miss Mosser goes to study
metal vunrlr Turn' Hapn ,v!in Vi
boon In town for several months, le
Monday for Mlddlebury and Rutlan
Mrs. Nellie Boydon of Norwood, N.
wt KhJ HI a . .
M. U t ! . I
Mrs. Chandler's for tho summer, lo
for Now York Saturday. Miss Jenn
tlattkUt 1 . . . m
Ohmit iliiiiiA i . m
Montpeller to visit her slstor, Mr
1 1 1. . l. ml . . .
class of Randolph high school will gl
n hnlm.t.i 1. . 11 f i .. . . . . . .
hflll. . I. Vl . tlmon ...Ml I - I . . . 1 . .
' ....w ,,. ljl,t3 Kiv
to the first and second best costume
Miss Ida Battles, who has been i
takon suddenly much worse Frldn
.ml n a m I , A , I .
monod. Bunday sho was moved
rtnllnt, Cnl.u I . ...
at tho Bralntrco hall this week.
ATfM P I T . v. . ..i. i .
trt arA ll'n.n.i. .
months with her son and family, returne
Monday. Mrs. Jane Martin of Bochestt
nowe. airs, uertna. McKerson an
hero from Bralntree Monday. Mrs. Dan
nrd to Washington, D. C, Friday nn
Mrs. Chadwlck will pass the winter I
inai cuy wiin ir. ana airs, imrrv im
lips. F. D. Hydo of McBrlde, Mich., I
the guest of John Mnnnoy and famll
for a week. Mrs. B. P. Elmer of Alv:
Fla., who has been In Montpeller, passe
K. O. Blanchard Is entertaining this wee
Beulnh Chapter, O. E. S., will glva
dance In Grange hall on October IS wit
Allen, Chatlleld and Bailey furnlshln
music Miss Mabel Hamilton returned t
Montpeller Monday to resume teaching 1
F. C. Angell went to Woodstock Tues
day to attend the funeral of
Tlrnnltflelil WVf!nrqilfi v to nn th
the Inspector, Mrs. Lee. Mrs. Emily Bur
roughs remains about tho same, and 1
visited In town Tuesday. Mrs. L. C. Vial
be for a tlmo with her mother, Mrs. W. B
. . . A f - . . . . . . . 4 , I
1 1 .. T " I 1 1 . .. L. . H
i.n a..i.,tu i ..u.. ,ir,.v ...
the observance of their 2&th anniver
sary, tho evenlnir was nassed nieas-
a farewell "500" nartv at her home nn
VnU B.na. It'diln j.il.t. VtltyVlt
In honor of Mrs. Edna Fairbanks, w.io
u'll.i hpr ninth.. inp thl wpplf tn
Newport, N. H., to remain for the wln-
l ' 1 .v '" milium.
i Mu mn.lna Tllnl, rf TT'n r, nl,cit
hero on Tuesday to remain a weok
i with Mrs. E. A. Banister and daugh
ter. miss Jiame r-pauioing ot si.
'johnsbury and sister. Mrs. Chauncy
I'hnrt.nlol. rT Iln, nnl ret ,n rnnT 'I'MA
Rev. and Mrs. Homer White left Wed-
nnnnv tnr WnndRlnelf Afrs. PlnrA
I Sawyer nnd daughter, Mrs. Alice Saw
yer Smith, who havo been at the Cen-
iter for tho summer, left Wednesday
ior nuw x urn iu spuria m wmim.
I Saturday being Columbus day the banlt
.will be closed all day Mrs. G. M. Mil.
jler and daughter. Miss Julia Miller,
were In town Wednesday. The Rov,
Frasr Metzger Is In Morrlsvllle this
I week attending the State meeting of
' the Christian Endeavor society.
, Frank Heed, daughter and granddaugh
ter of Auburn, N. H., who have ben
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bru.
left Wednesday. Mrs. S. S. Brlggs wo
I has been passing the summer here with
Mrs. Emma Reed returned to Wop
'tor, Mass., Wednesday, accompanied
by her brother, Hazen Wood, who went
I for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs, Lyrn
, Young left Wednesdny for their futura
home In Littleton, N. H., after h.nlna
passed the summer here. George W.
Panton has purchased of the adminis
trator of the estate of tho late FrI
Smith the horse formerly owned by
him. Mrs. R. J. Kimball and famil'
left Wednesday by nutomoblle for their
home In New York.
The 25th marriage anniversary of Mr,
served Saturday evening. About 75 neigh
bors and friends took possession of their
house nnd madu things merry. It was a
genuine surprise Mr. and Mrs. Chadwlck
wero presented with about 0 West
Randolph Grange presented the program
at Hillcref.t Grange. The mut-lc consisted
of selections by music hall orchestra, and
by the Allen sifters of piano and vocal
selections. Leslie Ball started Monday
for Albany, N. Y., whero he Is to taka
n business College course. Miss Butler
of Burton, who Jias been visiting Mrs.
Luko ParWh the nasi week, returned
to her home Tuesday. Mrs. Loren
Blodgett closed her summer homo her
Tuesday nnd went to Springtleld to stay
with her daughter, Mrs. Stetron, through
the winter The trustees of the agri
cultural school were hero Tuesday to
make their monthly visitation of Its af
fairs. The school lias now 0 students.
Mrs. Clara M. Sawyer and Mrs. John
Sabine Smith closed their summer homa
here Wednesday and left for Now York.
Egbert S. Durcce, a former resident of
this town, died Friday In the Protestant
hospital, Norfolk, Vu. Ho was 55 yean
of age und was tho son of S. C, and
Mary Durkcc. He Is survived by on
brother, William C, nnd a sister, who
lives In Boston. The body was brought
here on the Bleeper Monday for burial,
the servlco at the cemetery being con.
ducted by the Rev. C. li Deals. Mr. and
Sirs. William C. Durkco of Boston nc
compnnted tho remains here, Mrs. Flora.
Baldwin Iioomls, wlfo of Georgo Iomli
of Forestdnle, died at her homo Mon
day morning of tubercular pneumonia.
(Continued on pass 14.)