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J '110 MfKMNOTON VUKK I'RKSR ND TniRR: TnUHSDAT, JANTARV 1(1. mn.
U O'CTnlr has closed Ids melt miir-
at 1.V North Wlnooskl avenue.
r- and Mr." Albert w. iince m m
nit street ,m the parents ir it son,
rr Sunda nrt"! iioiin.
son, Donald Williams Cooper, win
... . y-. 11
n to ur ami .Mrs, a. v-""i
cue Direct, January S.
It Tlm. Imp resigned nn teller at the
ttemlen Cotintv Trust company ana
leave In a few 'lay for HnrdwlcK,
ire lie will 1' emiloyecl In the ltiirii
k Savings bank.
eorge Cnvnnatigh, who has been 111
wc k it the !''atin Allen hospital rc-ei-ii
it fioin i i operation for nppcndl
,, n olili l ) b out and to return to
Mil' rp at t medical college.
, I i -i II real estate In the
i. !-.i-l In was grunted In
ntsdnv. In tho estate ot
e f Hurllngton John S.
I; Klnu Wile appointed
i irt Ti
I .i vi i
Commonly cause plmplca, bolls, hives,
eczema or milt rlicmn, or some other
form of eruption; but sometimes they
exist In tho system, Indicated by feel
ings of weakness, languor, loss of ap
petite, or general debility, without
causing any brwiklng out.
They are expelled and the whole sys
tem Is renovated, strengthened and
"ml liquid form or
pit IV I
n M Hnth.iwav, formerly with tho
ii II. nil. k In.-iitiaiiee. company, has
n in, ii nit 1 St He manager for tho
hod ( i ntr.il Lire insurance company
n i natl, Ohio, anil will haw nflleos
t Masonc Temple.
t i i I ii etlng of creditors In
lankrupli y ease of 12. A. Hurdlek
"Id Mnndil before liofeicc .lo
ll 'I Stearns. .1. t',. Heeves was ap-
Inted trustee with the lioml llxcd at
Tin newly eiecteit officers of rytn-
l nir.ifi p. i ii I K u-lliie ,1 l('iiiiie nu. . ,
ro installed in due form last ovon-
by Lena Hrew. lodge deputy. Fol-
u proliate roiut Monday a decree of
Ulil' He i was entered In the ettnto of
an Hlodgctt of Ihirllngloli. Order of
nihiltn.iht to the State hospital at
nti rl jr was entered In the case ot
ti " x Thompson
Ii tin oi.nt i IciU's office I ridny
m-titlon of Lucille S. itullson
M H disoii was entered. Tho
i i iiirrlnl .it Canton, N. .,
ml bin! t.-gether until 1907. Tho
t ii , eij. ntoi. r.ioli; seventy.
K - It Mf mplnveil for several years
' I St itcs weather bureau sta
ll N irai h t'nlverslty, Northtleld,
essfuhv missed goverimient i -
ii r1' fin' the position of tirst as-
i 'in 1 ' i r 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 weather oflii e
njstn of t'e Veimont hplscop.il
isMtuti held a meeting yesterday after-
mn ,i thI i -rw-eli M-.l plans lor the r 1
irn'n, of II, shop Hopkins hall at Ho-k
' I ' 1 1 1 ,,Al r-exiieeiei. i-eeiii... iih.ui.
lints wi ver shortly announced.
.iititnui for divorce was entered in
nui'V iu rt rili so i 111 tne case oi
.n'ilsi F Fisher of Milton vs. Sevan-
ii r TI l.iltir Is alleged ill tho petl-
i.ll to Oi s -lll v. t,. re ill ivausus, ami urn
i thinner ihr tii' custody of 1 i f iluugh
Mrs i J Iiiu.imiii, who lias been ill
or soiiu months is .siiriieionuy recovered
,i ompain uer sister, Miss Jilll i
i les, wb i ha.- been visiting her since
i ,stn 'i. to her ho.no In Si hi nectadv.
" 1 Mrs. 1" ."."is. ui will n-maln about
montii witn lie1 .d' tcr.
.Ml-' Hi s. i i Km. inter of 7.! Harrison
Vi mil 'ulil I Ii lll'.v l il'lltnolie oi ill l llira'l'
i i i e. irr ed .Monday morning
Si i I'niM s Chinch by the Hev. W.
I , iiiiiini.ni Tin v weie attended by
li'lr fit In rs. ntonie e .muni Ho ami AI
i, ...... i.'.., , ,.t. ,.
sary for maintaining a fraternity ehnpter
house for the Jicta Sigma chapter of tho
Sigma Nil. The artlelea propose capital
stock of JIS.OOO In COO shares at Ji" each.
The Incorporators are W. H. Aiken, ,t. F.
Messenger, ,1. W. Dartlett and A. I'.
Tho First Church society at Its annual
meeting Monday night elected the follow-Ing'offlcors-for
the onilng year; Prudential
"ommlttee, (loorge I.. Tease, Dr. C. A.
l'easc and It. J. White secretary mid
treasurer Aithur S. .Mntln; auditors, CI.
It. Vivian, S. I,. 1'latka and It. I. Lewis.
The financial report showed the parish
to be In a sound financial condition, with
all current bills paid and a small balance
In the treasury.
There was a settlement and decree In
probato court Friday in the estates of
Alfred Lafountaln of Hurllngton and
Jennie M. Maeck of Illnesburg, and In
the estate of Matilda Pearson of Holton.
Percy I.. Milliard was appointed adminis
trator In the estate of Joseph n. Hal
lard of Detroit. Mich. In the estate of
Marj- K. Lewis of Hurllngton, o. I'. IUy
was appointed administrator with the
At the annual meeting of St. Ann's
society of St. Joseph's Church, hold Thurs
day afternoon at the parish house,
the following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. Paul Allx; vice-president, Mrs.
Joseph Morrlssoati: secretary, Mrs.
Napoleon Ueyette; treasurer, Mrs. Oliver
Martin. The meeting was presided over
by the Hev. J. M. Cloarec. Following tho
meeting there was benediction or tho
n use N Y
r honii Mr
r i ui nt .is
' i Ii .d .1
l l liled to II
llli '. e
family am making
fioin this city to
tiny will make
will i ontlnue to
I r d
Callahan of North street
tii v"th nnnlven-.u v of her
mla and it number of friends
i 1 i lor tbeli congratulations.
ii is in good health, notwlth
r in and is In better eondi
ii who aie 'M years her
r t. I
i ifgi'd 'i
fi ii u t
Ao-ta I). Sturdevant ot
Y vs. A. H. Itlcharc'vcir.
I 'ltend in county court
- i'i .iclion of asMimpsIt
o i i mi promissory note
i n endorsr d by the de-
-on. I I'odoiick A. Hichaid-
I ark I
CD t 1
g' ii 1 I
i i u
. for the past si-ven years
fie Hurllngton htaueh H
nd Telephone and Tele-
h is been pi Minuted to bn
Imnge at Martha"
II' l.-ft Friday night for
!f.m his departure ho
Mill a dress suit case by
u'iustei of llurlliigton
)i 1 ' i ' ' i .ilj ini'.'llni! Muiida'
t k an ivtii House and llsiined to
II p.lpi . Ii HI ! tile Hev. C. J. 8 tap) OH,
tin biibjeet being "The Soul of tho Hlble."
Jlr tituples dlst.issed many of the con
ditions of tin pn si nt lime, and p.u tleii
1. il. tin fiotuit of thi' d clinc In thu cus
tom of I'l Jning t o- Hlble.
Miss i' oiti I. llodves was happily
i prised .Monday i ;it of her Irlends,
o ri.m her a mlscelluny shower m ln.i
1 ii ic A': Pearl street. In iiiitli lnatloo ,.f
upin'oa iiing iii.irn.ige in llmvai'd I',
"on. and led with her a Inrae tiuiintiiv
t isef I' and decorative houpeliold
H i II les. Light refiifthnientp were served
nml music was rendered by those present.
The parents of Itoswell Patch of 120
Colchester aven .e are coiieerneil over his
i hereabouts as lv disappeared Tuesday
morning when up was supposed to sunt
fir scliooi md .milling has been heard
if him nee The boy Is P; years of age
mid welKhi about 1.1.", pounds. When he
I f lioin he wore a light gray overcoat,
(Hid light brrw in He Is live ,e. i four
b In u In i . -i u 'i t
'' iK HM l in "l tlllg of the U'ltsteoH of
t'ie J-'lct pi i library was held Monday
.'itiinooi ii fn'ir o'clock at tho library
liu Idlng if ii the annual icpnrt of the
li a ii n, :coii.'.- p, Smith, was mul,
ii nl ul. o 'ii n ports oi tlie secretary and
treanirrr T'e same iiIMcpih were 10
( ted c h ill in, in. ". .1. Van Patten;
triiisutei' inn I. Ward: secieiai . Mrs
ti fi In in dp I
Clarence Him fort, proprietor of a
I "taurant ar I'm t Htliaii Allen,
v ii in rlt court fiitindav morning
l- uillj' to km ping ll'iiior
the purpose of selling II
i.ald tho line of f.VW and
hu h was lev led on Itl in.
bnc ii ii iiii lug proposi
tion thus far this year, as two tinea of
5300 each have already been pfttd.
rtlelns of .initiation weie tiled Irt the
'I Hoik - r.ffn Fildiiy by the Hetit
ir fniiM.i.n .in fur tim pip pose nf rte
'I'd 'H r il .mil , i l ho i ii 1 1 pmpeit n
! Iii ml for
i ni ts of 1S
( lly i inn t b
At the annual meeting of the St.
John linptlst society the following of
llrers were elected: President, I. J.
Heatiregnril; vice-president, Joan lia
con; secretary, 'A. (Iravnl; correspon
dont, M. Hrlsson; treasurer, A. Chllds;
cashier, F. x. Joachim; collector, I.
Hore; tirst marshal, Joseph Hlancharl;
second marshal, P. Savard; assistant
collector, I.. liolvln; trustees. V. .1.
Heatiregnril, A. Houcher, Albert ("Snivel.
The Mid annual meeting ot the Hoxer
Knglne and Hose rmnpany No. S was
held Friday night and the following of
llcers were elected: Foreman, (!. (!. Mini
son: first assistant foreman, Joseph
Sullivan; second assistant foreman,
Charles Hughes; clerk, Oliver Dupaw;
treasurer, Allwrt Minson. auditors, G. K.
lianlels. C. Hoby and C. Archambault;
committee on membership. . I, li.inl. ls,
Charles Hughes and John Miller; steward,
The wedding ot Miss Jane MowsovltX
of this rty and Irvmg Laplda of New
York imk place Sunday night at the Hotel
Lexington In Now York. Mr. and Mrs.
I.ipida will make an cMended trip to
Her niuila. In honor of the event, Charles
MnwsovlU of this city, brother of tho
brklc. ent 'italned Sund.i owning sc.vtr.il
ftli nils at his home at :s.u North Vln
ooski aM iiue. Tin re were many musical
selections by the guests and an elaborate
collation was served.
Tnotnas McOieevy nas in city court
Friday and a case against him for
open and gross lewdness was nolln
prossed. Another charge of statutory as
s-auk was .substituted, however, and he
was bound over to county court in tho
sum of $l,0"O ball, which he coup not fur
nish. Mo'Jreevy plende not guilty but
was found so upon his own testimony and
that of Mildred Hiishey, IS years of age.
TIk- case against the girl was nollo
prossed, and she was allowed to go.
The weather In Hurllngton and vlclnltv
reached the coldest of the season about
four o'clock Monday morning, and while
the ollicial thermometer at the weather
station registered only a little more than
six degrees below zero, other Instruments
about town went as fai us 12 below. The
kiosk went to four below In City Hall
paik and at the Hurllngton Venetian
lillmi company's plant for the mnrk of 12
was made. At other places the tempera
ture vailed all the way from six to 1J
At a meeting of Hip stockholders of the
National Caper Tube & Ilox company,
held Muirtav night, the following directors
wen i i. j: i '. .. Harber. W K. (In cue
I'-. '1. Hamilton, !. A. P.iimsey, M. J.
Hani' s c , Woodbury and . W
I'MwanU 'i'lie dire ctors tlien eirg.inl'nil for
the I'lsiilrig year with ofllccrs ns follows:
Pl''sident. il, .. Hunise . vh e-president.
W K Ciieepe; treasurer, i'. A. Harbei.
nviriager. !;, c, HiniilUon; clerk, O W,
Kd nurds, audltois. i . L Wiindbiuy .md
Van A. Nye.
So fur u Hits customs diet! let Is con-
I'liieii. the ta'iles have at last been
turned on I'aimdn and the imports are
fullllilt f.u lieinw Umse of a vear agi
while the exports are making just n
dei Ided an .idv.ince. The duties collected
In Heeiuiber. iy, w'ere only JiK.K;
as lompured with $1IS.!K'i.i:i. and the ex
ports last month weie H.m'i.-l'i as again
fill.KJ in December, inn. The value of
the Imporu lost month was fMS..Vfl, while
in Uecember of l'dt they were ?7H.1C2.
Milton Mcdowan. another man who Is
wanted foreompllcltv Intherecent freight
car robin rles In which Polrlcr and Hooper
aie implicated. ias placed In I. ill Tues
ciiv moiiiinc liy fiep.ny Sheriff Todd,
who gathered hlni :n on his return from
Holland, here h,. rtent with a batch of
pi'lsonus Meiiowan was found in
small illag,. uiittlde of Hrandon. II"' has
lived al times in Burlington, where he
was employed by Hie Horatio Hickok
lompany. The authorities have been In
search nf him for Mini- One
Hie annua! iiiiciIhk of ibe I'efei lloo
Ove-rgator eompuii was held Tuesday
evening. '1 l.e treasurer's report sliowed
piosperoiis y,.m, The following dlieitois
wen- elected: i;,.,iri;e A. liiunsi v. 'an A.
Nye. Thomas F i nul, j i,-. j. Holmes
Jaekseui, o ,- IMwaids, (ieorge L.
Kdwards. S X, 1'iitiiam The directors
elei lrd the folownt. nfHeerr: Pr- sident,
(Ieorge A. Hunisey; vlee-presldenl . S. N.
Putnam. seeretar, de-urge L. IMwaids:
trc.iKUier, c. s. Uinl. aiidltois, Van A.
Nye and Thomas p. ronion.
Kaschall lin-i, t Norwich Fnlverslty
are e otici-rned over the health of their
b.iseimll coach 1 1 .. Whltiie, who. they
fear. will be unublo to bundle tlru cumllig
tent-on. H.e Imr, recently bn at tins .Urry
Fktcntr hos,ital iti this city, and hli to
coveiy pt-oceodlnf, so 8i0wly that thoy
iiritlclpate in; will bo uneipml to ucllve
o.'K lllng In, Home lime. As n fol liier
enpt.ilii and pin her at the Fnlwislty of
1 Vermont hr was one of the most popular
plnvers the college ever had, anil was
generally liked by people here, where
he has a wide acitliilntaiice
Miss I.ula Jullu Talhert, formerly of
this city, was united In marriage nt
Krnnklln, N. II., to William John Jen
nlngs of Jlanchester. The ceremony was
u rfornu-d by the Hev. A. P. Watson nt
tho bride's rooms oh South Main street.
She was prettily gowned In white cm
broldeied net, and cnrileil roses. She
was attended by Miss Leoiia McDonnell
as bridesmaid, and Clordnn Talhert, -t
brother of the bride, acted as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings will spend their
honeymoon In Manchester and will reside
In White Illver Junction.
A second accident resulting In a broken
leg, tho result of the slippery sidewalks,
was reported early Tuesday morning
when Lucius J. Wetherell of e,?, Church
street was found nt tbv corner of Peat I
and deorge streets with his lett leg
broken between the ankle and the knee.
He had beep lying there for sometime
befoie he was discovered by Cornelius
Abbott, a hackiiuui, who was on his way
to the railroad station. Mr. Wetherell was
taken to the office of n ph slclan by Mr.
Abbott and given tempornrv lelb'f. Yes
terday he went to a hospital.
Camp Janu s W. I Ivnn, United Spanish
Wnr Veterans, held their annual installa
tion of otllcers Tuesday evening In the
new rooms in the A. O. II. hall. Past
Department Commander Charles Hashaw
was the Installing officer and the follow
ing officers were installed: 'Jommandei,
L. W. Fennel!; senior vlci-conininnde-r,
William Thynne; junior vice.. commander,
VV. H. Snow; orricer nr the- day, Heinle
Itlley; offlcei nf the giiiml, A. S. Pen ;
chaplain, Frank Warner; tiustee, Clai
I'lice I.e.'ich. The adjutant and iiiartei
master have not yet been appointed.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians he-Id their annual In
stallation of ofTlcers Inst evening with
County President Kntherlne Kennedy the
Installing oflleer. Following are the of
fliers: President, Miss Katherlne Mc
Caffrey; vice-president, Miss (Vita Hyder;
financial secretary. Miss M. Loretio
Whalen; recorellnt; .secretary, Miss Nellln
McNnlly; treasurer. Miss Agnes Keefe,
inlstress-nt-arms, Mrs. Anna McLaughlin;
sentinel, Miss Margaret HaI.er; ehalrlady
of the executive committee. M'ss Sadie
Campbell. Tho Installation was followed
by a spread.
"Larry Oardner, thlnl baseman for
tlie champion Hed Sox team, while In
Hoston last week signed a three years'
contract, tendered without solicitation by
Oardner. Gardner's only worry now is
that he will become too fat to be speedv.
lie- cxplalni'd to Hed Sox moguls that ho
was taking strenuous exercise at his
home In F.noshurg Falls to avoid getting
In the "has been" clasj. "Jimmy" Me
Aleer. the "chlefest gun" of the Sox,
though, thought "Larry's" fear was un
grounded. The contract pleased Oardner,
McAleer. Stnhl and every person con
cerned. The stipend was not made public.
General Howard Court, Independent Or
der of Forester.s, hue Installid the fol
lowing officers: Court physi. Ian, Dr. F.
W. K.iylles; court deputy, W. H. Cormier:
past chb f ranger, Joseph I terms: chief
l inger. Joseph Cote; vice-chief ranger.
Mrs. V.. V. Ashey: recording secretary,
Miss Lena Fuller. Iln.uulal secretary,
Alexander Verrct: tieasurer, II. Oellnenu;
orator. Charles Mahr; woodwards,
Mitchi 11 llainlln and Joseph Cherrler;
senior beadle, Amie Lawrence; junior
leadle, Israel Provost: trustees, Miss
.aura Fuller and Mrs. Jennie Trnmbley,
The: organist Is again Miss Stella Cardinal.
I den i.oiild chapter, Ladles- Auxiliary
it the I'nlted Spanish War Veterans, held
their annual eleetlon of oltin-rs Tuesday
veiling In the looms in the lla.ywn.rrl
block with the following result: Pre-sl-
lent, Mrs. Klfrida Morgan, senior vice-
pi esldcnt. Miss Katherlne McCaffrey;
Junior vice-president, Mi's. Carrie Thynne;
treasurer, Mrs. S. K. liashaw; chaplain,
Mrs. Hll.a He. idy; guard, Mrs. Hv.a
iskell: oornuu tress Mrs. Mary Noi-
woi d; assistant gu ml, Mrs. Anna drandy;
nssl'itant coiidni tress, Miss Jennie Trick.
The Installation will bo held two weeks
from last night.
The College Street Congregational so
ciety held Its annual meeting Monday night
with President Hohert Huberts presiding.
He-ports of the prudential committee, tho
treasurer and the committee on tho
permanent fund showed that the year hud
been a prospi rous one. The otllcers for
the ensuing year are as follows: Presi
dent, Hobert Hoberts; clerk, II. O.
Wheeler: treasurer, II. T. Hutter; pruden
tial committee, lir. 11. H. Watkliii.. A.
I. Oond'uu and FraiiK P. Spauldlng:
linanii eiitnmittee, II. H. Ilagar. II. 11.
Hickok and A. L. Whiting: auditor. W.
C. Isham; pew committee, II. II. ilagar
and Prof. S. K. HusseC.
The annual Installation of offlcei s nt
St. Muiy's Comt. Women p'or-jsteri ot
iili rl-n. was held Tuesday night in the
linll in-.lic- Well. -rbl , Tin follow insr w or-
Install! d: ''h, f runw. .Mis. Mat 'hai
land: ice-. liii-f raivi r. Mrs. Hose Klsson
s. i lai . Mrs. Anna M idlg.in:
secret. n y. Mi.-s Mai-ie Co,ne.
-Mrs. Louise Llninge, Mrs Jo-
Mnlr ai.d Mis. ICllziiheth Mul
i onducti-"sses, Mrs. IMzabeth
ttlth eo.ds ee S' 11 Blnre the yinr nf VMH
lirobnhly I diiniuent tax paxers havo
failed to pin -did dining lldj probably
SOn rr WW wit- added to the list This
number will probably be reduced material
ly before til- -ll- election.
ChiimpMlti Valley Otange Instnlled otn
eers Sntiinlav eveiilng. the liistnlllng olll
cer being W- ('ndy of Ml,.
dlebury innst'i of I'1" Stati- diange.
.Mr. Cady was assisted by Mrs
Cady. The follinvlng otllcers wero
Installed! Masti'i-. Lincoln Merrlhew;
overseer, Walter Tupper; lecturer, Until
Davis; steward, Walter Aldrlch; assist
ant steward, l'"d Hraliierd; chaplain, 11,
o. Heynolds; tieasurer, Charle-s Harring
ton; secretary, Mrs. F. A. Drew; gate
keeper, Halph Aldtlch; Ceres, Mrs. Lin
coln Merrlhew; Pomona, Mrs. Walter
Aldrlch; Flora. Mrs- P. C. Ames; lady as
sltant stewaid, Mrs- Fred Hralnard,
About ISO attended the Installation and
haiuiuot which follow ed.
Notices of the order of trial In State pro
sec.itlcns whl'h will begin January "ft at
two o'clock p. -n weie posted by State s
Attorney T. 11 Hopkins nt tho special
term of Chittenden county court, which
reconvened Mnrdav afternoon with As
sistant Judges Mi-irlhew and Hall on tho
bench. The order Includes the cases
against the nhi" Hurllngton rn'-n who
wre charged with receiving stolen prop-
orty and also against Fugeiic Pelnrge,
J charged with lb'' robbery of Ji from
Joseph Ocrn, and against Milton Mc
dowan, charged with biirglarly. Thomas
I Mcflreevy was arraigned Monday after
noon and pleaded gulltv to a statutory
ciinilnnl assault. He was placi-il In tho
hands of tin- piobatlun officer, sentence
Antonio Lodge, Pllllghtets (,f Hehek.lll,
I. O. O. F., held their annual Installation
of otllcers Frld.tv night. District Deputy
Mrs. Hhenles nf Hlclnnond In lug the In
stalling oflleer. The following were In
stalled: Noble grand. Mrs. Lottie A.
Toole ; Ice-grand, Mrs. Julia Wetherell;
recording secretary, Mrs. Lou Hathaway;
financial secretary, Miss Ada Tattle: war
den, Miss Hen.'i Kingman; conductor,
Mrs. Mabel Hraliierd; It. S. N. C, Mm,
Minnie Kdwards; L. A. N. (I.. Mrs. Libido
Harding; H. S V. Mrs. Cora Smith;
L. S. V. fl.. Mrs. June- Wager; Insidn
guard, Mrs. Hattle Sherman; outsldo
guard, Mrs. Marj- Hullock; It. A. S., Mis.
Mary Hay; L. A. S., Mrs. Nellie Pavlson;
P. N. (., Mis. Tena dlfford; cnaptatti,
Mrs. Kiln, Thomas. The Installation was
followed bv a baniii'-t
The marriage of Miss Jane Mowso
vitz of Hurllngton and Irving Lapida
of New York took plnco Sunday even
ing at the Hotol Loxlngton In New
Yolk i Itv. The ceremony was per
formed under a canopy of evergreens
and white carnations. The couplo
were attended by in bridesmaids and
groomsmen. The brldsinalds were at
tlrel In pink and gold, and carried
pink roses. The bride won- a pearl
white chnrmeuso gown with a Hatten
burg trimmed yell, and carried whlto
roses. She was attended by her fath
er and mother, tho Hev. and Mrs. A.
Mowsovltz. The- guests Included Har
ry Sleff of Troy, X. V., Hymen and
Joseph Leylne of St. Louis, Mo, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Freed nf Los Angeles, Cal.,
and several friends from Hurllngton.
Mr. and Mrs. liplda will go to ller
tiiuda for their honeymoon.
Tin- records of Clerk -I. P. Iidd of city
court show that during the year 1H12. 112
cases. In which the fees are disburses! from
the city treasury, were disposed of as
compared with 102 tho year previous.
These were distributed as follows: Vag
rancy, one: cruelty to animals, one; keep
ing unlicensed dog, one; selling tobacco
to mlnoi, one; breach of tho pejice, ,V,;
petit larceny, 16. non-support, six. In
the ellsposn.1 of th'o cases 74 wcro con
victed, six wero acquitted and M wer
nolle prossed. Tho Jarl took care of
of those convicted, tho Industrial school
one and 23 paid tines and costs. Tlie total
disbursements wore Jl.HO.Iis llml the
amount received from these cases was
Jo-J.k-J. The difference between the two
If not, however, a net loss, as tho State
pays thi- salaries of the State's attorney,
the city Judge and tin- grand Juror, and
the fees payable to them go to the e-lty.
There .ire nlso numerous witness foes
which are never called for and which
when left in this inuiiiier revert to tho
'JABBING IN HINESBURG
Serious Altercation between John
Gaffney and William Brcgoirc. j
PROMPT ATTENTION 0IVEN Tft 'PHflWF AMn MA1I ORDERS
The Old Bee Hive
January 16, 1913
Conner nt ItospKnl In Critical Condi
tion met 1, niter behind the liars
lit the ClilKeililen ( 'oil III. v
John Onffncy, a illnesburg fnrmer, lies
In the Fanny Allen hospital In a crltlcnl
condition, ns the result ot four knife
stabs received In a brawl on tho town
house; steps In Illnesburg nt tho closo
of a dance Tuselay night. Ills assailant,
William drrgnlre, a butcher, Is In the
county jail, where he was lodged at five
o'clock yesteiday morning by Constable
Sam Heed and Deputy Sheriff Hnldwin.
There has been hard feelh; between
the two men for a considerable time and
this has been fomented by some of the
residents who seemed to derive sisirt from
tho men's altercations. The original
trouble l.s s.ild I'i have been over a
daifney is In such a condition thnt be
could not give much of a story vestei
day, but drcgoln talked freelj. Accord
ing to his story, he attended an enter
tainment Tuisday overling In the town
hall given by a family of llenrvs, who
piny the small towns in tin. State-. The.
theatrical performance was followed by
n dunce and about 11 o'clock (iregolro
walked out on the steps of the town
house, where- the show took place. Onff-ne-y
was also there ami the ohl ouar
rel was (prickly renewed, daffney struck
diegoln- In the face, and tho hitter
wears a I rulse to testify to that effect. I
This Incensed dn-golie so t lint he used
a large clasp knife on his assailant, ef
fectively inflicting four wounds on the
bnelj. lie claims that he had borrowed
the knife- with which to whittle) u tooth
pick, and that when he. received tho
first blow, he was In such a position that
tlie knife, was accidentally forced against
Gaffney's chest. After tin- tit st blood was
seen he followed It up. He said that ho
had been in fear of daffney for somo
time, and a plea ot self-defense will
probably bo put up.
Dr. John Murphy was summoned as
as soon as it li-came evident that Cafl
ney was seriously Injured and he was
hurried to the Fanny Allen hospital in 1
sleigh, dregoire went to his heme ami
there awaited the officers as lie expected
to be arrested. About four o'clock Con
stable S. 1 1. Heed. Dcpntv Sheriff O. A
Haldwln, T. J. McICen!e and K. O. Mead
called at Ids home and pirn ed him un
der arrest. Messrs. Head and Mead
bringing hlni nt once to this city. He
made no resistance and stated that ho
was willing to tnko his chances In a
At tlie hospltnl last evening, a was
stated that if Cmffney's condition rem.iln-
c'l as lavolalile as ,it pros, nt he li.irl
good chain o of recovery. The eMent
of his wounds hns not yet been deter
mined, however, and complications 'nay
set in ,it any time.
Hotli men are about V, years of ago
and neither of tln-m has nnv Immediate
family, dngoiro being a bachelor and
Uaffno a widower. The former Is em
ployed In a butcher shop and dregoire,
owns a farm.
n i onl'iu
ti Ulei x.
III. yes and Mrs. Mnrgaret Loutlier, re-n.
thiols. Mrs. Margaret Heni-lKan and Mrs,
l-.va Claude. The je. Father Kcnni-.lv
Is th, i-hnpl.i'n mul li. 1 1 . sl ea the
phy-ici..i ot tin- emu i
Alph.i Camp. Model n
America, held Its annual
itlli ors Fildin night In the
street, wltlr State Deputy
hall on College
A. o. Palmet
the Installing oflleer. At the close of the
Installation an exhibition drill was given
by tho Alpha camp drill team, and an
Illustrated lecture was delivered, wood
craft being the subject. The otllcers In
stalled are as follow" Cnn-u' F. A.
(Nichols. pnst consul, .losi idi Cote;
advisor. I'. C. Jaikman lcrk. William
Thynne; escort, Thomas McMillan, man
ager, F. (i. Jerome: watchman. William
'Simpson, sentry, Henry Frame; chief
forester, II. L. Shortsleeves.
At the meeting o.- I "lift v at tlie liiliari.in
Church parlois Fiiday a nui,t Inter
tabling and Instructive address was given
by Professor Abirnethy of Itrooklyn,
N. V., on "Tho Hovlvnl i Celt!,
I.lteratu-c ." The speaker rob nt ih,. new
school of .rlsli writeis which has do-
vi .uj.eu iii i'iiuiiii miiiim ine i 'si ic rears.
fin Frida levelling, Jniiiiniy 21, there will
lie anotiier progiimi including the leading
of lilsh plays and the siiginK of Irish
songs, lino i tire plii.s to be read will
he "The Hour Class," a piny n one act
by W. P. Vims, and another will bo
"The Woikhouse Ward" bv Lady
Ciicgoi. Irish souks will he Fiiim by
constitute . . ( . l loience Monday in
an effott to colled liack iim-i Inought
Join suits In (itv court and Hocund Judg
lliel.l HI .III ni III--III liV llefuult. The II Mt
was ugaliibl I eoiiaul J. Hairows, who ia
bftclt two yeata, and .ludsmtnt was sc.
ctittd (jrfalnst hint tor (T.a with c&sta of
iUM. The- othurs vf.rc larger. Tln-ophllo
l.apolnio, 3i . will have in pay vi?.'i with
coils, Theoiibife Lapolrite. ,n . IH u fur
,U.o with iiikIk, .in, .l!id I ,e ,in,i he s .
C. I". Hockwood possessos a facsimile
of the first edition nf the Detroit dazette,
published Friday, July 1", LSI". The paper
is only four columns: wide and has four
pages, not very liberally sprinkled with
advertising. In one story It Is stated that
some niailne.s have been moved from
Saeketts harbor to Montreal, and thu
conclusion is drawn that Kngland l.s to
exchange the "Canadas" for .sonu- French
possessions In the Mcdlterrane-an. Prices
In that then far western rltv were higher
even than at the present time and the
mil i-rtlsements show thit Hour sold fiom
?lt per linriel up, cider $11', and poik
Huttei, elieese 'Hid e-i-gs wire- not far il!f.
fen-iil from piesent prices, heing H, -'i
Hid .7 cents KSpei lively Whlske wa.
spokoii of very often In the advertise,
me-nts and went usually for Jl.ftj per gal
lon. Wheat and corn were 2 per bushel
and potatoes wen- Jl.-.i. (if the other
articles, beer was l.'i per burr el, plank
510 per thousand, shlngl- SI per thou
sand, and wood Jl pel i md. Hit when it
came lo fins things went cln-up hea
ver skin was j::. an otter th- s.iine, a,-,
was also a bear skin. A mink wit- 7.1
-cuts as ,as a INher, and a riei-noti went
lo ,Vi cents. Money was evidently tight
for ready cash was demanded. A (plat
ter of a column Is given up to an exlnn
tatlon to the young men to many and
starts off with "If you are for pleasure
marry;' If you are for health mat ry and
If you are for money-marry.
A lolnt Installation of oillceis of
Stannarel Post. No, 2, (. A, U., and Stan
nard Wonn n s Keller corps, No. .vi, was
held l'rldav night in Memorial hall. The
following ofll'elS of Staiiii.ird Pll.st Wei.
Installed: Comm. i ruler, ricoigc P. Martin
senior v Ice-conimandi-i . Charles K Pui.
iii-y: junior vice-commander, Ithhaid J
Irwin: adjutant. Carlos D. Williams;
ipiartermaslcr John M. Saltord; surgeon
Nelson H. Traev; chaplain, John i:
doodilch eillhcr of tho day. Cliniles Van
Steinberg: patriotic Instructor, llenrv ()
Wheeler, olllcer of tho giiaid, Llvlnuston
Derrick; scrge.int major, Henry i .
Wheeler: ipiat'tcrmnstor sergeant, Andre
McCaffi-'; color .sergeant. Jnines Miles.
The olll.eis of 'be Hellef Corps win- in
stalled by Mis- Chun II, Nlles or Morils
vllle. I. and I olllcer, depaitinent of Ver
mont, as follows: President. Ktta N. Mar
tin: senior vice-pi esldcnt, ( ora A. Hull:
Junior vi president, Llllle Phelps, secre
tary, Alice Jones, tieasurer, Piupces (Sill,
chaplain. Adelaide (!i e.-nleaf : ccindiicti ess,
Vllcttn Lane guard, Prances Hc holds;
patriotic Insii U' tor. Aniund.i Howes,
pi ess eoricH'onilciit, Ida Spear; music,
dci'tiuib Snoih asslstanl i ondiictress,
llllen ll.iri'ingioii. assihiiini niniid,
l.uclnda Stone; color bearcrvi, l.otta
names, Alma Daielo, Allcu Utli and
Klfreldu Morgan. Following the Installa
tlon there wnie vuoul nolos b Mhi June
Wnriier and icndintrs by Mrs lieoiif,. .( .
llll.le lliplc I ell esbllli Ills i e e set v, ,
i lie l.l-IO'k.
I'tim p.vi'Kit. at ni.v rum:.
Hoard's Dairyman 1 y..,ir ft CO
New Knglauil Farmer (new) Hll Apill,
Hoth for one dollar and te u cents If or
dered this week. W. V. Fnrr, sub agent,
special agent for the Country Gentleman,
Huell street, Hurllngton, Vt. IMtSwlt
ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.
SVInonsUI Mulocs llnnk Itenorls Priig-
rf" mill Ue-elects OfTlcers.
The Wlnooskl Savings bank corporation
held Its -tlth annual meeting ycsterd.iv at
the bank and re-eh cte,i the otllcers and
hoard of trustees, and also elected as a
trustee Guy W. Ha'ley, w ho l.s serving
his third term as secretar of state
for the State- of Vermont.
The otllcers are: President. Ormond
Cole. tirst vice-president, Emory C
.Mower; second vice-president, Orman P.
Itny. treasure i-, II. H. Gtay. The trustees
are: urmond Culc, l.mory C. Mower,
Orrnon P. Hay, C. II. .Shlpmaii, It. .1.
White, d. H. Catlln. P. K. Hlgwood, II. H.
Gray and Guy W. Halley.
The linrik has assets of ti.Mft.M.-jN, an
Increase of $111, vjs in during tin- year;
leposlts of Jl.7yS.33l. 7.1. which Includes tho
January Interest to depositoi s. and Is an
iii'Te.iso for tin- year of $l3S.:,;i',.,Vi; and an
actual net surplus of lvj.viy an In-
rease for the year of 17.3M.7.i The num
ber of depositors Is 3.501 It has paid
depositors for the past year fiil.fiO.t In
terest at the rate of fouriieri cut. pcrannum
and paid taxes to the State amounting
to $12,.'.o..7n. In the early days of the bank
money was loaned bj Individuals at the
rates of seven, eight -md even Id per cent ,
eight per cent being tin- prevailing rati.
Freioently, holders of six pi r ci nt. sella!
uioitg.iges sold tin- notes at a one and two
per nt. per annum discount. The reduc
tion of tin- Intel est rates to the present
prevailing rates Is due- in no small meas
ure to the savings banks of the Stnte.
Tln reputation of the savings banks of
Vermont for caieful, conservative judg
ment in making leuns accounts largely
for the Increase of the savings deposits
throughout the State. This bank has no
loan In Vermont or elsewhero that draws
over six per cent, seml-nnnual Interest,
believing that safety Is tho Hist considera
tion at all times The h.mk has not lost
a dollar from -niN loan made In the past
S3 yenrs and has to-day no paper of
doubtful value nor upon which n i pects
to meet a loss
The bank's depositors are receiving the
benefit eai Ii six months from the huge
surplus which Is reserved as presi rlbed
by the laws governing savings banks
The surplus at the Mime time stands be.
twi'cn the deposltois and nnv possible loss
the bank may meet that would Jeopardize
their moiu. This bank has alw.ivs paid
ns high a rate of Interest as allowed by
;,iw ..nd iio.slstent with snfet. Then- I
no present reason why the Wlnooskl Snv
lngs bank should not continue Its usual
rate of interest of four per cent, and at
the same time maintain Its percentage of
surplus to deposits.
The steamer rraiiliuu of .the Cranium
Steamship conipnn.v. bound from Hotter-
dam for llillfa and New Yolk- sti.uul
ed en a n-i-f during thick weather lie'iir
the Chebi-to head light station, nine
miles below Halll.i.v V. S. at eleven
o'llock Siiuila morning and Is still held
fast In tho grip of tho rocky shore. Her
sso rui'sofurers. iw In the cabin and th
rest in thu -steerage. wefi taken or! tha
steamer l (he government stearin r t..ntv
l.ntill-i .mil a small Ih el ol harbor r.vft,
ami win . ifil lend., I tn lliolits.
It Is Clearance in TLarnest Now
A 11 Stocks Must "Be Lowered
Pre-invontory days present fully as many chances to save as
on the first day of the January Sale in foct, shrewd shoppers
on the alert for real, genuine bargains find the best opportunities
during this prc-inventory period.
A Special Sale of the Perfect Fitting
The Elite Petticoat is a snug, smooth-fitting Petticoat, with
out shirr strings or any gathering whatever at the waist, and a
Petticoat that has been greatly favored by all well dressed
women, because of the fact that a gown fits and looks better
over an Elite Petticoat" than any other Petticoat made.
The Petticoats offered in this sale arc in a variety of styles
and qualities, and include "Heatherbloom," "Italian Twill,"
Satme, Cotton Taffeta, etc.-slender, regular and extra stees.
Regular $1.50 Styles 98c
Regular $2.00 and $2.50 Styles . . $1.50
Regular $2.75 and $3.50 Styles . . . . !$1.98
Also one special lot Black Cotton Taffeta Fine Grade Pet
ticoats, tailored style, finished with draw string value $1.50
The Silk Waists We Are Selling at
$3.05 Are a Surprise to Ebery
The Waists aie the prettiest we have seen this season. There
are Waists of every description, for afternoon wear, evening
wear, to wear with the tailor-made suits, etc. ; materials aro laces,
satin messalines and chiffon taffetas, in black, navy blue and all
other fashionable light and dark shades Waists with short
sleeves, Waists with long sleeves, high neck and low neck models
beautiful styles that were formally priced $5.00, $5.50. $6.00
and up to $6.75 each, now marked for choice $3.95.
Waists and Petticoats second floor.
Knit Underwear for Girls, 8 to 14
Years Old, Priced iqc, in Place
of 20c and 15c
We offer to-day Heavy Fleece Lined Vests and Pants for
girls eight to 14 years at 19c each, in place of 29c and 35c each.
These garments are from our regular stock, and are exceptional
values extra good weight, and in sizes that are usually difficult
to buy under regular prices.
Knitted Gloves and Mittens for
Women and Children
AT 98c PER PAIR Long Angora Gloves for Women,
white only the ideal glove for Winter sports.
AT 75c PER PAIR Long Knitted Gloves for Women
black, oxford and white.
AT 39c PER PAIR Boys' and Girls' Heavy Wool Lined
Leather Gloves and Mittens value 50c.
AT 19c PER PAIR Women's Black Knitted Gloves good
weight, and the best 25c quality.
Beautiful Silks 40c per yd., Val. 75c
Twelve hundred yards of 19c 20 inch Satin Messalines and
Chiffon Taffetas, in the most desirable shades and qualities for
waists, dresses, etc. These silks are fully guaranteed and as
fine as any silks you can buy at 75c and 89c per yard.
Will Have ( hnrge of rrnnKcrncnlsi
for (.'onscerntleiii of in.slini-( oiiiljutor.
Arrangements fm the onsccrarlon of
tho Hev. William F W
coadjutor of the diocese
St. raid s ( hiirclt
ks a-! bishop
f Vermont at
January CO, are rapldlv approaching com
pletion. At a meeting of laymen of ht.
Haul's parish held at tin- residence of the
lector, the Hev. Oenrge- V Hliss pre
sided and rharle.- H. Allen was elected
secretary. The bishop outlined the work
which he thought was necessary to be
done by committees to be appointed. On
motion, a committee of thtee was ap
pointed to present a list of the com
mittees, A gi ri-ial committee of 2u was appointed
with Kllas 1ytimu as chairman and
Charles K. Allen as secretary. The fol
lowing an the sub-coiinntttees. all mem
bers of iln- Kotieral lommlltee:
(Hi I'litei'iuinniotil of bishops and elergv -II.
W. Alb'ii. (ion. S. I1. Jocelyn. ('harles
II. Hailing, I'. H. Wells
I law lev.
On liiiaiue A i: Clement,
anil II. I,. Ward.
up Inv nations, in (tit In tr.
Shniilev, S W. Hlnde?, Fredrick Tupper.
On public reception at the patls-h hall
Dr. V. S. Vincent. I. H. Oeyette, Gen.
C. I Miller, F. R- Wells. H. P. Shaw.
On seating In church Dr. J. D. Tanner,
Hllas I, m. in Charles H. Allen and J. T
W A W 1
etc - II.
When someone Is forced to sell prop
erty (illicitly. ( veil at a sacrifice. It is cer
tain that such ptoperty will be adver
tised. That's why many of the real es
tate aels are actual opportunities to in-vrsto-
PLANNING FOR MARCH 17.
s, Mnr' ( ntliedrnl ( dncrrKntloii
W ill I clchrntc In .-innin- Theatre.
Tile observance .! l'.ti- Vi ' In
thin city will assume, a somewhat dlffeient
form this year. There will bo the usual
parade In the morning, but the marked
departuio from the custom of other years
will be In the evening, when, under tho
auspices of St Man's Cathedral con
gregation, a lecrure and iiiuslcale will be
held In The .strong theatre. Tills will
take the place of the batuiuet and pio
gram which lias been customarily hold on
this holiday In yons past.
Dr. John .1. Coyle of Now York city,
widely know n ns n speaker of great
uhllltk. has been uucured to deliver the
lecture, vvhtch will be ujon a ubjeet In
ketplns with the spirit ot the 4Ay. Plafi
are notv belfi? made for th mudcal
fi autre or the program, and fi'ery effort
Will he PHI fulfil In malic the .lie, Jaloll a
miti iMii Hi event
Popular llurllrtrrton Votiim; l'coplr Mnr
rlrcl Last IZvrnlim,
Th- home of Mrs. F,l!a Hodges at
42 I'earl street was the scone of a,
pretty we-dding- at eight o clock last
evening, when her youngest daugh
ter, Miss Charlotte I Hodges, was
united in mnrrlago to Harold F Put
ton, the son of Mrs. Alice S. Sutton.
The Hey. Charles Chnse Wilson of St
Haul's Church performed the cere
mony, using tin- Kplscopal service.
Tlie bride was i;ivt-n In marrlago by
her uncle, Charles c,. McCiafTev Miss
Lena Fuller was bridesmaid nnd
Oenrge Tlaytor. I'd 1." hose man.
brlJe-'s cnuslji, Miss Alb- Nash,
ed the wedding m.ir I eiMy
tlves and Intimate r- on -- o'
bride and groom u . i i es,. 1
.mong these wen, jiis lioiipev par
e-nts. Mr and Mrs ndrew MefJatTey
who were mirrlfd m stown more
than half -i century ago, and win
celebrate their- doth nntilversari' this
year. Tin- table cloth which was j
part of Mr Mcnsffev's wedding' on'
it, .up! was hemmed bv herslf w s
used last cvenlntr
The color scheme of trr prorations
lu the dining room was pink and
white. The bride wore whlto mulle.
trimmed with Val. lac, and earrleei
white carnations. Th bridesmaid
wore chnmpagne silk niulle and car
ried pink carnations ltefreshments
were served by Mi's l.uclncla Smith.
The number of clfts was large
The bride, e-ne nf t ie popular jo.p,;
ladles of the cit. ard the groom both
studied in the Hurllngton public
schools. The gloom served three
vcars an.l sl months In thn I'nlted
States navy visiting various nitre
pean countries while attached to the
flagship Oeorgla Later lie was trans
ferred to the battleship Ohio, an I if
ceed honorable dlscha'-re .m tho
nnvy the foiir'b of I-1- u lie Is
now in the employ of tho Srhwarts
child & Sulzberger eonipnnv here Mr
and Mrs Sutton will reside at lit
N'ot In "keeping overlastlngly at U
but In keeping at It until you accomplish
It that Is the winning polk v In win' al
TOIUU3Y In HurllliRton, Sundiij ve
Ing, January 12, Mary Cutler Torre
Cauehter of th hue Pfofestor Jose
Torrey, aged 81 years.
tiTTFAW dn Wlnooskl Januon h
nilvnr H. Jlupaw. son or Charles In ui
if Washington, I'. C Jfc"d -".i eais,