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n?tt nUTUINOTON FIIK15 I'HKSS WI) TTMKSs THURSDAY, -LW1 AM 2.'?, 101 a
w i 1 iru to Mi ami Mr-U A l'
li of Hoi tl Ulllunl ftrcct Mou
lanl Mfflnftfl.i pleaded 0llllt)' 1" fP-
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tillli I't' ' el
irn Hnnil.iv mnrnlnR.
11 real rstati
ct.it if lA'Vl
r,,i,,,i, ,-nuri Monday
c. Nichols of na
si, st.-vctis s. (Tunics
ll. ii nf usisuripsU In
ni. i . I In utility court
i ' iiiibs loll Tuesday
i . i. i of 1 1n- winter In
, i ( r t. .tut n In tin' South
i .'.nit April 1".
. Si kn- was sunt to tho
.i Watcrbury Tuesday
uninltmcnt trtsui d by
"i . has ireelvrd ii ti'U'Kraui
i. t birth nf n dutmhter to
1 Mr ( 1; Feck of fMnrtdilleld.
j I r 1., i
Eradicates scrofula and all
other humors, cures all their
effects, makes the blood rich
and abundant, strengthens all
the vital organs. Take it.
Oct It toilny In usual liquid form or
chocol.tt-'i Hri L.iMcd Sarsatahs.
ii tt I. incut iiinl decree
)l tl . 111 till. iMllte
f F..-s. v
TIito unn iiImu a
ir of Pattlck Fuel
, hi i, II MeNallv vs. i:iviu
tpt wa i i . !! Ill county court
, Thi ' i -Hit to recover ynv
. a 1 I .i Ktotlt . and I." Illl il
t n il t ululii.'Ut.
1 i w 1 i Simtli Mlirllimton )is
i ir i .t il oi I'.thun V. Howard
id i i .11 Sjui'i WTnooskl HM.niiii
ii iliriti.i-, nf ?'.'.v"i. Mr. 'Tiiw.-ll
I ll 1.1 '.)s MOlllO tllll"' '
Sar i It mtlimton of ColleKe street
iltu il i ditioh. Hln- was taken
lemon'' im' of tin' brain while ut-
i"' in i
!li.t it t
. t t
i in. I will" vendeii-d lM"
in' Jii company Frl
irt In Hi" ejectment suit
Ilnw Tiny also received
-ovi - da muses of M Mi.
ttU-nn :il and il.nw In
r n.-d.i) In the estate m'
Km, of t-.ssex .lunction. Tho
t I'lrlton Ii Stetson .n.'.h
Htf'lfllll W.1S up-
d O illl'
In r n i' 1K
iti..t. ol Mar) Kll'-'U i'h.--u
av. Cnsidy was tn
iin I ThurMlay. Tie
, rl. In 1ww uml lived
V H'jI d' portion Is ol-
lii )Wii'X Junction h the Ui,, ('. ".
AclaniH. They were attcnikd by Mr. and
Mm, Son is of tlii' post, and the cvro
niony was wltniKSul by -.'Vcral of tho
offl"iTH from tlpTi
Itcfcri'.' Joseph T. Hli'iirriH .icntorday rc.
crlvid an nnli.1' nf ivicrcri'v In the bank
ruptcy ease, nf W. U O'Clalr, a meat
duali r In nurllnRton. Some of the liUKcst
crcxlltorH are! H. Cohen, JIS2; A. Cohen.
?'."!.I5: PratiU Vim: IMnrshnrp. Vl,2;
Northern I'rovl.slon Co., J'Jil.67, 11. Teach
out, Eohox, ?.V.O. Mr. O'Clalr h.is liabilities
of about J2.I3S.SI. Mr. StraniH has set
February .1 . the date for .i flint meetlni;
At the annual nieetltiK of the members
of the KitRleV band, held In the Wood
men's hall, the following olllcers were
eleeted: President, Warren W. lia.eli;
leader, litis CavaniiUKh; niamiKcr, II. J.
Walker; treasurer, Arthur HelnliiKeri
H'cretary, W. Norman; property man,
l-'reil M. Walker, major, Levi Vincent;
assistant muuauei, ml.'- CavanaiiKh. I'.
was voted to hiild a fair In the near fn
tiue to secure funds for the purcluiie nf
Mr. uud Mrs. CieorRe 1 .lanls went
Monda; tu .New' York, on the way to
1 laytnna, Florida, where tlnw will spend
the remainder of the wind r. returulm;
lo this ilt about April I. Althotmli
much improved In hmltli alieady, Mr.
Jurvls looliH lor eompkte recovery trom
his recent lomr illne&t. as a coiiMitiene,
ol hl.s tilp to the .south. Mr. and Mrs.
i Jurvls will spend ,i few weeks In Wasli
; liiKlon, D. r., mi their return trom
J Th annual niectliiK of the Ai buckle
I company was held Tuesday nlKht at their
lollices, when the followmj,- ollleei;- were
I eli-etul: President, .lames Laim. vice-
president, i'. 1,. At buckle: secretaiy and
mutineer, W. V. Seullv: tnasiiHr. Cn.iiles
S. II. Iloldstock. The follow Inn directors
were eect..,l: Juines Lane. i'. 1.. Arbuckl.',
A. r,. Whlttiiuoie. II. n. Colvln ami W
V. Scully. The company has had a most
Mi''fesfiil y.ar. and tin usual dividends
iliR. Hooper, who was bdliK held as a
wilnii-' In coiintN eoutt 111 the cases
ajralnst the nver.ii HutllnRtim men
chawd with recelvlliK stolen property,
had been seriously lit for some time.
It whh tlioimht best on Wi dnesilay nlplit
to removo him to the lioapltal for an
opi ration anil he was to have been taken
there Thursday. About six o'clock the
man In attendance mi him found Hooper
fiend. His body was. removed to J. A.
Corbln's tmdertakltiK rooms where nil
autopsy was performed. Hooper leaves
a wife, two children and several broth
ers. Ills homo wan In Wejtpoit, N. V..
and tho remains were sent them Friday
The annual Installation of Ciarlli'lil Clr
le, ladles of the (1. A. It., wan held
last evenim? Ill the KtilKlits of Pythian
n. Hi in tne narrows block and as It. was
public a number wero present In addition
to the members of the sixdety. Past Com
mander John W. Jloutwi'lt was the install
ing ollicer. The ceremony was followed
bv a spread In the butniuul hall. The fol
lowing olllcers were Installed: President,
Mrs. Julia Wetlicrell; senior vlcc-presl-dent,
Mra. Mary Watson; junior vice
president, Mrs. Harnh Mulhcron; chap
lain, Mra. Sarah Spnuldltiu; treasurer,
Mrs. Adeline CIoiirIi: secretary, Miss
Kntherln" Touiik, conductor, Miss taila
Shepard; stuard. Miss Neva Shepard; as-, Johnson opposrd
slstant conductor. Mrs. Josephine Orifllii. prlatlons, on tin
SENATE SEIDS ITS
W BILL Tl HOUSE
Passes Amended Measure by
Vote of 17 to 12 Debate
children, i)oroth Terr!! in 1iiik
mc.tdou and Allm l.chr Htriittoti of
Monlpeller, n 'it-mandrhlldien Oiiu
son. .'r dnrliK, dlnl at the ape of two
in the Fcbriiiir
Nicholas Is a dialect
i l'arrar of this city,
Sally W'rluht Farrur
la silver me lal.
he ilivorcf prtlil.ui of Nozaliv lierc.-r been u freiin ni
ll Hie petition.
nuinbi r of St.
poem ,by John C
the son of Mrs.
The poem won
Master l'arrar has
contributor to the St.
hose Provo-t titrser was entered in
rrifd in Montreal 111 IM2. Intoier-
lH. U fl 111! I', ll...,..-
onditioa of John itiillnej, tho
sbnrs man who was slabbed a l'i:W
lit, lien, rnnllnups to Improve. A si Kht
,ii k of pleurli-i. e.iuted some trollblu
' uii the whnli hK cuiidlllon is mueW
n 1' ifabb ' in was thmmht piusl
, t ir t
it ill.wto i; taiirant at No. M Chi'ieh
ft whkh ha bun undiluted by M.
It h in aiM -iinuiiir, was (Josi il
. rj.i I. tli. - ii mi s o. partmenl ,,ii
iU lort v.i-e in favor of C, J..
i ic .t- l i ' hi tor. ,is i ked uji l.y
it sai if I M Itavllu.
hi nil. i. '1'Miiik for tl.. iheMon of.
of St '.r.'- soeletv was heldJ
i ii i -. j .li . i-.i f - .. iji. i.
wmc; olfu'i i" wen fleeter) l'r-,-ili'u,
,1 s il Pri ii vicc-pusnlem, Sfi-j.-ii
'litir treasurer, Mrs. W. J.,
i r tai Mrs. I. I. Cross.
t for 1 'i lamiKlit by James K.
s .in m cutn'-t tli' Wefttern Assur-
i rill pan of Toronto, Canada, wan
i-r I -. icuntv iriurt Thursday. The
n 's ti teeover salvage claimed on
eun.-l t.nat "Hi.bert Willey," which
i wreiK' I ni..r Four Ihothers Iblauds
t v, r
Mr" I.ouisn ilupaw has sold to Vic
r Plche on Island in the Wlno.osUl
ver know'ii as "Ponieroy" or "Pearl"
land lo, tte.l oi, the Ilurlititon' sidy
Nleholas I.eiiKue. n department of the
muvusslnit In uhbh tin work of yountj
writers Is printed. it. has shown
inn iked tali nt In a lit- i .i f 111., and
his friends w ill be pie s. .1 nt this lat
est rei ounltlon of Ills ability
th ri r r
iriil 1 I .,.i
II t i AI'
ilkr r in is
hurt distance below
"Ponieroy" island Sum
Impaw b nbadlah J
, for tc::.
In al'll ill HO etiliK "f the Hurliutf
Tr I ,t i i'inpany was held Midl
and tin followins officers elected:
sldenU If l Ward; vlee-presldeiit.
in C M i'' r. tieasurer, I'. W
In j 1 1 h'l-e "lth I rank It. Weils,
s 1th at'ii ! A. iviiuniU c,om-
se tl e boa I of dllcctors
no well known In this
i 't.'d b.. position as tnart
'ht Marl.li SavinKS bunk at
i nr."- treasurer of the
"ii-m AI.irtprnKii eonipanv at Hoi
i i was a student at the
t of V'fiiiiont in tin- class of
mi mber of the Delta l'sl
It a ilferifi of dlstrllnition In pr.-
o irt in the estate of A. V.
i i -h li the widow leeelves tho
ii i f nniture and an undivided
. t. ii l 'nterest in the homestead
ri.i nt IT'.i N'ortb Winoosltl avn
i. Tho son. Kdwaid i '. SpaiildlnK.
i i i , two thinls inteiest In tlm
.1 I st II
u , in i i ,!. duet-, oi ilile cliy
I A'ttiM M Kiveb of llutJand were
a-ned Tliursdav l.y the Itov. Chiirleti
Stapl i at the t'nltarian parsoniiKo in
I Is iltv Mrs. Keyes Is the ilauqhler of
Ir aid Mrp. OeorKe 11. Vmerr of Huill
ti 't Mr and Mrs. Keyes have snno
a t'lp o New York and Wf.BhlnEtou.
hes will rflde in nutland.
Lambda Iota fr.iternln which has
.in 'i in lien located In the Iluy
ir in.- k T .Mum street have moved
i s the htreet Into Tho Stronfr, where
wl ' r main until their fraternity
n .mini li (1. The Delta Mil
r t "tit w men nas oeen in me diumoi
Tr ' coinpany's bulldlnc, will move
t t roram forrueil.v usid bj tie)
O. C. Hughes . sued In i it court
I'ridny tor his poll tax of 11.11 tor the
year ..f Itiift on behalf of the city. Mr.
lluuhei as a nsult b.-llevis more Hrmly
I till 11 eVel' ill keeplli',' fee. Iptx as he WHS
able to produce a doeiiment to the effen
that the t ix was paid promptl on time
and he laid the same r Ipts lo show
tliut ev.r "tlier tux had In en puld. The
njiirt iiribied that tin- r. spondi'iit be dls
cliiiru'ed and that lie r ener the eoMs,
Wlll.'h .411111. lilted to o l .VjVell ilolI.IIF.
Tile repot I of the treasurer of lb.- Clin
ton county- lair, whl di Is held at Plaits,
l.iiinli. has jUFt been made public and
shows that ''Vt';'.". win i. elv. d from a.l
miislon fee. Then Wire :'n,i'i!i n.ner.il
admissions, ss:i one horse vehicles, -77
two liol'.-e vi liieles. and a number of sea
son ' tickets. The amount spent In pre
miums was V:t,l"-.7."i. Tie total receipts
for the year weie tir.,7L,' and the disburse
ments $l"i,'il Next year the fair will 1k
iii on September and continue live
In piobate court Friday Ihere were
tettlemeiits and decrees In the estates of
A. V. Spai.ldlns and llllen U. lVabe, Iniih
or liurlliiKton In the eitate of .Mary c.
TOln y, Charles i:. Allen and J. I'. Good
rich were appointed comml.-sloncrs and
appialscrs. In the estnte of Zoo nad'ir
of Colchester the cnmuik.sliniers and ap
praisers appointed were P. IMward Al
lan! and Louis Alap'i- in the i state ..f
.MaiK.u-et liaiaby of i'iOi bestir, I Icnry
I'oiilon and c W Hardacr. were ap
j oiiifrl commls'.ion. rs and appraisers.
Dr. and Mi-. . II. Ihifl.shv and no.
will leave Saturday for New York and
will sail Januarv ."" on the Cunaid liner
( nroniii be Naiil.-.. Tln i will reiuin m
Ma lnirinv D-. Ihislesby's absence bis
IllllceJ .It Ll. Cullelle Street W III be ueell-
pled l.v Dr M. i '. Twlteholl while alteni
tiinis ate made in the lliirliiiu'lnii Trust
i ompam s bulldmt.'. An elevator will I"
lll-tlllleil, Hie directors' imnn will be
lUOMil fiom the first to III" second tloor
and li Twlteht'll's olllces to the third
Moor. The 'liannis niH lie ciinininnciil
I'riderlik i a i tel. a 11 veals old uoy,
was suitenenl I'udiiN alteinoon in city
court to spend the lemainder of ills mi
nority In the Industrial school at Vi r
Keiines tor habitual truiilicj. "Tie bo 's
inolher is .bad and he has attended
school but llttlo If at all duiita.' the past
few yeai.-. He was eoiMlb.il by Truant
Olllrer llray in the inoinlmi and sent to
school. I at did not show up at the Insti
tution of barnlni; .mil In the allenioon
Hie ulllrer took htm In ebarsi . The boy
nppiur. d bi'luht but h.ij- a troiiK ml Vi t -sit'
to ifolriK lo s' limil.
The assistant Ktiatd had not been appoint
ed last evenlm;.
Tho Jury In the case of thn State vs.
Ihmene DclarRo. charged with robbing
Joseph Oero of $132, will lie Klven the
ease this mornlni,'. The arKtiinentR con
sumed nil of yesterday aftern i in
county court and were cnmplettd shortly
before six o'cloek. State'H Attorney
Hopkins made the opeiilin; atnumetit, fol
low id by Martin S. Vilas ami J. W. PaSe
lor the respondent. The testimony of
Anna Delarne, wife of the n pondciit's
(oiisln. was taken yesterday mornlm;.
Mrs. lielarse went to Montreal with the
respondent and was II vine; with him in
j the Canadian elty when he was arretted.
She testified that she heard Di'law say
li., bud stolen tl'.ij. The defense In the
case Is that Hern was not certain whether I
or not he was ronnrn ami tnat uciarKc
was at his home In Winooskl at the time
the robbery Is said to have been com
milted. I'lvimpUon Airic, No. 7:i."., Fraternal
Order of H.'iKles, held their annual in
stallation of officers In their hall In the
lurl!m.rU'ii block Thursday niKht with a
Inrwi atteli'lann. l'nt State Deputy
John II. Dunn was tin- Installing oftleei,
and the following oftlcirs for the lom
Ihk year were seatid: Worthy president.
Joseph Cote; worthy viee-presldent,
Charles St. Pierre; worthy chaplain.
William Norman. secretary, Oseai-lleinini-er.
tr-tisur-r. I. J. Public; aerb
physician. Dr. II. J A. Ilombard woithv
conductor, I: W. Cote: Inside nuard. A.
It. Thayir: outside su.ird. Ktnllo l'hllle;
worthy trc.itees, Thomas Walsh. Joseph
Mitchell. Thomas P i 'la; . lieporis show
ed a membership of over ;' in
st indlnar, and that 5I.7CJ lias bu n
In si. k and death benetlts duruiK the
1 an .Mai. the -lulitli "Incf the orimnua
tlon of tin aeile and the second since
tin iodse ni.ned ic iu the spaiious and
.ilu.uIlM' loom now oiciipbi 'c'lvu
eandidates wete admitted Thursdav iiiKlit,
and a lunch followed the Installation
( oiitlnoeil Iroiii pime fniir. I
at once moved Its ' onsldi ration, which
i:i:ad tiiiiid ti.mi: and passkd.
II. r.On - I'rovl IliiK appropriations
for the ITiilerlli of 'e-nmnt nlld
Stat" AKrleultufil CollrKes, addition
al scitolarbhlps In Mlddlebutv f'olb
and to amend acts relating to the
seliolarshlps In Norwich I'liUolHltv.
.Mr. HlllliiKs of the committee of ap
propriations M'laiucd that all sums
called for, i M-epl that for Norwich
I'niverslty. are all new. '.Mr. Jose of
ill the new appro
sround that the In
stitutions had sufficient wealth to
conduct their work. Mr. VaiiKhan of
Kiiuilolph, rt prnduate of the aKrlcul-
tural department of the I'lilverslly ol
Vermont, defend'. 1 the measure In an
earnest manner The bill wns favor
ed li j- Mr. Martin of MennliiKton, Mr.
Ityder of lioekiiiKhnin, Mr. Wee'.ts of
Mlddlebiiry, Mr F.rrin of Kssex.
Ui:roM.MlTTi;H Tfl CllMMITTHH.
II. r.'Hi Antlioi ixlnu the trustees of
the Vermont Stale hospital for tho
insane to erect uud eiiiip buildings
and appioprlate ;r,.n(iii for tae sain.'.
II. r.07 Autborlzlni,' the Advent
Church society In P.lchford to dlsposo
of its interest In the rnion Chuieh
II. r.Ohli.'UitinK lo snles of lee.
Amended to take effect Jaimaiv I, lfdl
p.i:ap tiiip.d ti.mi-: and passhd.
If. .".uO To incorporate tile Western
erinont Telephoii. luuipany ul Pawlet.
H. .".10 Helatlnir to the duties of
the iiiai termaster-Bcneral.
11. r.12 To pay William I:. Mayo of
' Northflold the sum t'lereln named
II. MS To pn the St. Albans Mes.
M'tiRi'i compuny the sum named,
! IT. ,M .". To provide for the dlMrl
I button of the copies of the 'Index to
Survey or-Ceueral's Papers.''
II. 511 To provide foi a Slate bonril
of conciliation and arbitration. Mr.
lioWley of lllirllllKtoll explained the
bill at lein-tb. Mr lilllliius of Wood
block tunned the republican platform
of liipJ. and unroll all republicans to
vote tor th" ni..,inre which thev did.
pood I no one opposlniT
paid' II. .-,17 P.elntliic lo lie
C, C. Ketineil.'i.
The burial of PreJetlck C. Kiiiinod
ti W'"ll known IlKiiro in thin elty for
many years, toiik place Sunday In tlm
family lot In (treen Mount ectnoter.
Mr. Ifennedy'H death occurred nt IJtal
tleboro and his body was brought lu re
Saturday evutilnir. Ho was In Ills
Slth year and had been in feeble
health for some time. His wife died
about two years atfo m Ni w York
lie is survived by a danuhlor. Mrs. I,
H. Woodhouse of this cite, and a (ion.
Arthur I.. Kennedy.
Mr. Kennedy was bom In Holt cm.
July 17, 112H, and after arlous busi
ness enmmements he beenine the book
keeper for the woolen mills at Wl
liookl, He was appointed ntreiit and
inauaer In l".i!' and held thoe posl
lions until nliotit 17 sears npo aft.-r
which ho .nBaReil in various citer-
prlses in this elty and snlisciiietit 1 .
In Now York. lb' icprcsented the
town of Colchestnr in the r,et-uitturc
or ivfifl. and In 1S70 he wan the setui -
tor fiom Chittenden coiintv. He vasj
for a lonr time a vestryman at m
Paul's Church. Ills wife was Mnr
Mason of Itlcluuond. and ihc- wen
nianled April 15, iv.v.i.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO 'PHONE AND MAIL ORDERS
The Old Bee Hiv
January 23, 1913
,lnrili 11. l oiiK.
Joseph ll. Cook died at Ills home
on Pecatur strc-l S.itunlai nluht
aftn- a several months' lllm-is with a
eompllctition of dlseasis. Mi. rook was
as years of age and bom In Watertnwni
N. Y., but n considerable pari of bis lit a
wan spent In uud about .M.u rts lib . II'-cm,.-
to tols oily about i M'.ir e'ld a
half uo. Tin di used Is Minivcd I'S
a widow ainl (rmndehlld. Then- was
a piny, c s. rvlce al the housi . Di -
en tor strict. Moinln.i at s-ji o chick
and Tuisdm nionilun the teinalns wen-tak'-u
to Moriisvllle. while th. fu
neral v,.rlce was held under the an
splns of thf Masonic Indue, of which Mr.
Cook wan a mimber.
To-day Ive announce a great
C le arance Sale
yof Trimmed and
U ntrimmed Hats
Mr. VImIIiiiIii 11. Ileml.
Mrs. Malinda II. Ib-.nl iil--d Monday
IiIrIh at :Vi o'clock tit th r. sldenc. '!
Mr-. .Mary H. Hi. alley of ::i lsbam Si
nl'ler nn illniv- of two inontbs. ai;. u ".i
i.ars. She was born iu Charlotte where
most of Inr life was spent. She had n
std.il in Ibis il foi till-" y. ars. Mie j
is survived ni'l le lib i et- ami le pie ws, I
Miss l.-Usn Hiibbell and Mis.- Sarah i
Palm.-r of this i u and Kill; Paine 1 of I
Phlladilplila. Mis. Head's husband died
many cnis iik. She was the l:i -I i e in-I
b. r ol
in. a nlnn
nnce of certain duties of
sinner of tnxi s
If. :1S Itelatltiiy to th.
The installation of officers ol
Ladies of the rnion ol St. John
llaptist. I'liimeil 7S of the lmmaculat''
ronception. wan h. Id Sunday nlKht with
a lnrye attendance. The lnstalllni; orflcir
was I:. ,1. H. LarociUi, anil the in.isti r
m eiemiiny was ('. lleauieaid. The of
tlc.rs ni". Do enne. Jits. Alice Ilo-
bat-ji : hoiioiable jir.-Hldent. Mrs. Hleanot
Tieuuri'KJLi'd; presid. nt. Mr.-. Mari. Pi pin.
vie.-piesident. Mis. .Minle Jodolu, soc
relr.rv, Mrs. Kllzab.-th Martin; treasurer.
Mr. Ilnttii lloiicber, iireeeptress, Mrs.
Louise Duprat; ordonnatriee. Mrs. Marl..
STindow: m . ond. Miv. Hosalb- YaiuVw .
mutrun of ceiemon. Mrs. Malvlnii Mor-rl-e.-m.
auditois of accounts, Miss Adc-
llno Iloiirher, Miss Hcatrlee Duprat and
Miss l.uclle l'reehet. Hmaiks were
made by Kmlle Hlals of Wlnno.kl and
by Dr Larocque. Th. ex-president. Mrs.
lb aim uaid Mas presented '.lib a hand-I
some silver fruit dish ltd reihments I
wen- s. r.eii. There was a musical pro
gram coiisistini; of vocal selections by
Mlsa i:il7.ibi th Itob.irK' . aci oni, anb d by
Mrs. Arthur Itousseau, and piano selec.
men ial fertilisers.
(H:di:i:ki) td i.ii-:
II ;;77--Uelatinii to th" Wi-tern
i Vet mont Power and I.IkIU lompany.
TilllM) HKAPINH OUIU'.ItnU
Mrs. Inr t'. Kenneil
IT., d'-atb of .Vr.. Mm "
widow of .loliii S. Kelilieil
' da moriilim al 1'C'i o
jllollle ol ll"l il.untblel.
' D.a ei'en.. at 1.". Alb-n
K linedy had been 111 for
with lit al l tumble, lleslil...
Mis. DeVeieii-x. she is siiivlvnl bv two
sons. William Knitted) "f Scheie ' tad) ,
N. Y.. and John Kennedv of tbl- ill).
Mi s. Kenned) was bid li in Albany, N. Y.
and was 7.' )ear of .ikc Tin fi.n. ra! was
In Id Sunday nlternoon.
1. in d .
, ill tea IT'.-
cl,--k .1 tie
M.. He haul
li. 1 1 Mrs
her diiuuhu i .
II. OF, To ptovlde for the care and I
education of feeble-minded cliiljren, '
as amended. The House ret used to i
onler the bill to lie. several amend- I
the bill '
re inoMd and carried, and
as ordered In iti third r.-ad-
mi:di:ui:p to uf.
II. 1ST,.--A ii act to uineiid the i hartel' of
the Ibllows Falls I'anal olnpany. as
amended. .Mr. H)dr of Itoekliinhaui e-
palln.-il that the m'tlons of the corpora
tion would be under the supervision of
tin public serIce commi' slun and told
w.hal the larse- de pliipni'-nt ol the
He'lows Falls wa'erpow"! mean, for the
future of that villas.-, i in motion of Mr.
Jose of Johnson the bill was nrd.-ied lo
THIRD It KA PI NO HiPliltK I '
41 r. Inry .1. I'oiiMiri.
Mat) .1. I'outure. avti-d .!s ...us
esterd-i) lnornltin at tin- home
- sister. Miss Virginia Sh rnian
Hyde wtn-,1. ol tuberculosis
hlllreii mirvh. Inr Mis Cou-
hiisbanil. ili-'ii;'i loiiture was
drowned Autrust !'!.
1-Tetchei- 1 1. Proctor
life as a paity of i
maklnu: a landlnu
have not been ma.lc.
HOC wb.-n Mr
ma'l l"-t In
M-lll -1" Ulists w el
Lit Kerb rs b.l
ait Im orpoiailni.'
ns ann-tid. 1
tlons by Miss
atrlce Duprat and Miss
I wcddli.u took plair Thiirn
ri Ideprc of Mi and Ml."
Hall V, (ireeiie stiect. when
Morion of PlOtTlleiiee. It I
i ii I ,n man nine with Mi. Jennie
II 1- of I he same place bv the Uo.
f - is f (j Mr. and Mrs. Morton
ii t io m, ki thrir home In CuiiibriilK'',
ii i . .i cmtauf In the nieieautlln
Lieut Duncan Jllchart, 10th United
li I'rivti. fi McCfuiiiimliy of Salt
I it" I I . i re man-lnl Vrula"
A publb Instnllalloii of ntHrers of Uen
eral William W.-lls Camp No. 19. Sons of
Veteians, wan In-ld lust evenliu In Stan
nard .Memorial hall and was largely at
tended. The following olllcers were In-
Mailed: Commander, CrcorK" H. Shep
ard; enlor vIce-romniHnder, L. C. Mini
fon, Junior U.e- uii'iiander, 1'. ' Pren
tiss; patriot insti u, tor. A i'almei :
chaplain, N. II. Mastei.--. seiretaty, Itob-
rt Morrison, tre.is ir. r, Ldward Shepard;
color bearer. I-on Iladley. Prior to the
Inslallatlon there was a program of mu
sic and speaklnu. and refreshments rol
loti,d later In the oeiilim.
Hi pin Is al tin anuuiil nicetlms Tues
dny of the Chittenden County Trust foni
Iianv showed thai the bankliu; Inslltu
Hon has had one ol the most prosperous
years 111 Its hlKtoi ) The olllcel s ot the
bank wen hlithh i onipllinented venter-
day b;. the tm klioldei M on the Hallsfin
lory sIiohIiik. The imuid of directors
weje (jleetid as follows; L. .1. Ilootb, J.
.1. ITyiili, A. li Hiimplitey, II. P. Wood
bui. .1. S. Palib'k. It. A. Cooke. K. !''
(ietih.inlt and .1, II. Macomber. The of 11
ids are. PuiHldf lit. H. J. Iloolh; Vb e
prt'uldunt, J, .1, ITyuu; tri-aimicr, IC. D,
Writ then; iiMlstniit Measurer, llartle V.
H- "ii il Ho. in, i oi
i ... ii i i i In iiil - aC'
Iiiterf rntrrntt) llnsU.-l hull -series mul
on li) lli lln l'l.
Tin Helta Psi fraii rmty won the mtor-triit'.-nif.
bask, than rb s and the i up
nft'ercd In tin l.-i and S.-ipiut society 1.)
defeatiiiK the S. jiii. i Nn team Tuesibn
nltlil b) a ..n ot o to 7. IT i i mitest
we.- haul linn.'!, i thiouuhimt and w i.o wlt
ii s-eii in a i.iikc i rowd of Int.-r.steii on
lookeis. Tin 1 i.-lts thomiiRhly oiitilnssed
th. ! iippunrnis In passing and shootitiK.
aril aaie . ii i xhllmton of ibmi. haul,
phiMnti and tiainwork Fniln ami Wil
cox espiMially i.xci lied.
'Im bowlim, alb) Is tn be ik-wiied to
the nillitarv depauineiit and the new
spine is tu b - used us nn arsi nal Im Hie
new lilies which i.ie tool, lo ari'lu. It
will also contain a library of military
leterencii bonks. I'he bowlliiK alleys will
be out of coinmlsslon until n new nine.
is c,inlriictid in the basem. m.
Otic of the pleasant social i vents m' th.
year occurred on Saturday afternoon at
t!rasinounl. whi n the women oi tin- uni
versity weie the KiR-sts of the faciilt) la
dies. Miss M.ifKaret Heab-v of tin lass
of I'.ml spoke vi ry entertaliiliml) of h. r
work In th" nlucatlon of the Indians
Specimens of Indian beuilwork and pho.
toraph.s tk. n mi the rr servat Ions were
shown. At the close of Mlsa HraliVs
talk refreshments were served from the!
dlnlnn loom, which was decorated with
Urns and potted plants. Mrs. lteeves and
Mrs. Pease poured and Mis. Ilatih. T;i.
Miss Mnote, '14, Miss Clifford, 11, Miss
Montgomery, '15. Miss Pierce, '15. Miss
Nuttltr,'. T.i. and Miss Mabel Walls. ",.'.
lln Satui'ilav eveninj-. Lambda chapi. r
of Kappa Alpha Tlnta In,', . M , ..
lluth Hrownell, 'IS, ot Spirit Lake. Iowa.
and Miss Mnyino Head, Te, of Kssex
.lunction. Several alumnae Mere pre.'i nt,
r.moiii. Hum Miss Maurmet Ileal, iy, lUOl,
who spoke al the afternoon teceptlon at
II - Amendlnu an
the vlllac of Itb-bford.
il b:j. ITom tin' niiiiiiiii. ' "i. 'i. iu
ill'iil cotporatlons. relatlriK: to Inrorpor.i
tinn of tile villa-,-'- of Plttsford. Ordered
!o He and b,. pi lilted.
II. .-7. 1'rom the committee on muni
cipal corporation, relatlmr to the elmiiK-Inis-nr
llethel Telephone T b-m-aph com
pany to P.ethel Telephone conipnii). it'
ll, red to He and be printed.
II. SI".. From tb. conimlltee on oi.iui
ilpal eonioralloiis. rflatiim to the villi!!.-"
of Iticbfiird. i id' icd to He and be printed.
I!. 171 - An net to icKUlate the taxation
,.f i.rsonal piop.-ri" ami to estan 'sn a
uiillorni int. on certain clnsm-s thereof.
ill-dried to tic on motion of Mr. Ityder ol
SI IN AT I" .MI.NUMi:NTS CONcriHtl'Il-i
II. nil.- Ami nilum iiii ad lelatlnir to the
traffic in Inloxlcatlee li'inor.
li. I'Tl.-Amendl'ii; m-taln acts iiue-ei'ii.
im; the vlllnu-e ol L. dlow.
Joint lesolutlini iclatuia ' toe . oal
(in motion of Mr Wrmht "I Willlston,
the House adjourn' d .it l-.'i " I !" k
Cied . Tuber.
l-'n-il A. Ta' er, aed tw.. m-iis, ,-n. .
month nnd six days, tin s-i ai of Mr.
uud Mrs. Allen W. Tuber of in:. Hlni-j
wood incline. died .-all-. Tursd.i
niornintr of broncliltls. i oinplb ate. I
with WiloopiiiK i oukIi Tile fuiiiral
will b. lu ld i al let noon a
o'clock at the lions. . and the biulnl u.ll
be In Lake Vb w . nn ti r) ,
THE BURLINGTON MARKETS. !
prices in maik"ts iliiilm; th" wool, hnv
not b.-i n uiaterlalli cb.initfl The nuuoi
lt., ol the ehiintt.-.s have ncriirreil in tie
meats. IIitkh remain it rn cents l.i.ul
and -'' cents wliolesal. uml bult-t i"
st;n .-i-ihiiR -ii r c.-nt . i t i-.un.i
Tin- follnwTnt! prl.-es w 'inti 'I to'
the Free Pnss by tie Purliii-jion Fruit
company, A. I.arbn t r, r Hows
& Co., and the A. 1'. I'mc F"d
Values $3. 50 to $8.50
A startling low price for a hundred or more excellent hats,
adapted for street, business or evening; wear, in small, medium
nnd large shapes.
Every one of these hats possesses the full amount of stylo
and hecomingness. Not a hat in the lot but what is worth tbxee
or four times the price asked and many of them formerly sold
ai !o,uu to $b,ou eacn.
See them in our window to-day. Choice 98c.
12 he Percales $c per yard
j Light and dark, stripe, figured and check patterns, full yard
65c Cotton 'Diaper 54c per piece
Full 10 yard piece of Red Star Cotton Draper, always soTtJ
at 65c per picoe.
Hen's $1.00 Union Suits 79c
Winter weight, fleece-lincd cotton Union Suits, cream color,
Men s $2.25 and $3.00 Union Suits
$1.60 and $2.20
Medium and heavy, all wool Morino "Union Suits, regular
stees and stouts Sizes 34 to 4C.
'Regular $1.2$ All Linen Damask
08c per yard
Full bleached Satin finished Irish Damask full two yards
wide in ten very handsome satin stripe, spot and floral designs.
75c Unbleached Damark 58c a yard
Extra heavy, all linen, unbleached Damask, CO inches wide
a damask that will give wonderful service best 75c .quality,
58c per yard.
25c "Bath Towels 10c
Pure white Turkish Bath Towels, large size, hemmed ends
Regular 25c value.
75c Thin Blown Tumblers 42c dozen
tumblers a splendid
-.I .a nn a. - im
Tli .1 -da' iii"i ii-
The Hook and Skull socb l) of the Jun
lor olttf-K of the colloije of medicine held
an initiation Satimtuy i-venlm;, when
Stanley F. Heir.v. H. A. Hlcliaidwni nud
c. It. Lane were made ineinb"iH Tin,
part" then am tided 'lict-llliTi-Quicli
WalllnKford" and concluded with n liun-
nuet at Horn's.
An athletic . committee ot nppei rlasa
Klrls has been chosen tu acl with Mrs
rUnnc In ill ninlteis lehnli, to ih.
athletic activities of the ciiIIi-ku women
The cominlltio Is made up of tluce mem
bers from the senior and Junior clnrn.es;
Miss Pailthurst, .Miss Simpson and Miss
flrhuier, HTUcsoiitllni (he seniors ml
Miss lb tiluti Mis- H 1 Is 1 v
m UU11 "iiicaiuuiu tin. jiuiisj
.lames l. Mriiiioii
.bum .- A- Htiatien dn d T i.ui nl.i.i inorn-ln-
at .i:'.o at the I.omo ot bis son, Ucorge
II. Slraltoii 01 kx South WTUaid slreit,
In ids 'd.sl )eai. all' r a hum P' I hid of in
l.llelisin The im. rnieiil was in the
family lot In the new eeineieiv at, John
ion, January 1"
Ml. Stratlon "as hoi n ill Castleton Jul)'
x. IxiL", ami moved with his patents, thin
and Wealthy !' Strattuu. m Johnson
At this time the louutry was new and
tranppui tntiun ',i.- whully bv tiam, ovet
roads much of th' way ihiuuRh cntli"
ii,irn..sH. Ai the ae of he mairied
llamiuli I '. ll.Cfoid and c-iablisheil a
' onie tor himself In Johnson. All ills
life he puibiied th'- occupation of fario
ius, unlil ni"""! I" yeni'H ami. w in n on
aei'ount of a severe Illness he win. aliped
to retire from active business HiiiThk
tbuHi- eaiH he hw'd entirely in 11 un-
t of Lamoille In the lf''"- ol .lolinsoii,
MorrlHtown and Hyde Park, where he
was fiequenll bolioied with town ouTrcs
Ho was a an-al render, hoth of ennen'
. vnnta and liHI"i- 1'U'enU e.u h
died al the .''' " - hlM "'f'' 1,1 '""
K of i.T. About fix )nars uBo Mr tiat
,.. .m.u... u. IliirlliiKtun to spend the ic
,, ,.,,. ,.r i,s life with his son, Ccorte
K. Hurinu U" l'UHl
been n .oniiru'"" "
I . a daii;liti
J, richo, and
l.uoilil.'-- . .J IV 11 'Crrl!! .sf
Denis 11. Teirlll or .lerlcho,
Sinillon of Monlpelbii, illnilyH
I t.l-l. .1 1 . M.i - - . ana l nil.
i ,. II il l!lit "I.
yeatH lie had
He In survived
Mis Anna F leinli ot
sun. iiiortie i.. .-milium oi
! l'.i " dn-s-id
i Illlttl '
liny, ii r ton. loose
Ft I IT AIL C.nOJIIHIKS
Hutter stpainlor, creamer)...
New cabbiiKC, II
j l Tli 'llllbel s
It'll uin .'hi. i.sc, inch
fib oi y
IIkk plant, each
Milam cheese, each
Hwiss elics.', lb
llonuelort cheese, lb
I-Ics. ' old storape
ITciir, biead, bbl
I- lour pastrv, bbl
Lettuce, lioHon ball head ...
Lettuce, home piown. ii'au .
Xcv maple syrup, iml
New niapb' sim-ar. II.
ollv oil, imllou
Mwict pouitoes, lb
Hot house lnr.ltitoc., lb
Ilenf, inasl. lb
I hickeui. Ih
HauiH. sliced, lb
Pork toast, Hi.
PoC lb"pi, lb
P, s.os.e. ,
I'ui i' i Ue " "I. v, I . ...
Dorflinger's thin lead blown glass
clear, smooth Tumbler for fine table use.
Keg. 8c to isc Wall Taper
4c to jc per roll
Four thousand rolls of exceedingly pretty Wall Papers and
borders to match, suitable for any room in the house, that for
merly sold at 8c to loc per roll, are now marked 4c, 5c, 6c audi
7?;c per roll,
$27.30 Axminster Rugs $18.75
9x12 foot size and always in demand bocausc of tho excep
tional service Axminster Bugs give choice of thirty rug; ih
on different nnd exceedingly pretty Oriental dseigns and color'
Reg. $3.00 ILvening Gloves $2,39 pr
1G button length, white and black Kid Gloves, Mostruitatop
style a beautiful fitting and finished glove -nevor soW for Ie
than $3.00. All sizes.
Regular $1.30 Gloves $1.00
Black and tan, one clasp Piquo Sewn Kid Gloves-
lent glove for street and dress all sizes.
2eg. $1.00 Street Qlobes 60c
Tan Cape leather and silk lined Mocha Gloves in sizes
G, G-, 7, 7. and 7.J.
Women9 s 20c Underlvear 10c
Thick fleece lined vests and pants, in all regular sizes -the
warmest garment we know of priced under 50c.
Wom.rts Out-size Hose 33c, bah $oc
Sizes and 9 in the out-size and Wyde Top Silk lisle, lisl
and cotton hose for women all regular 50c numbers 35c if
you can use these sizes.
Dress Trimmings 25c and 30c yard
The most desirable and richly embroidered lace bands that
formerly sold up to $1.00 per yard, arc now grouped for clear
ance at 25c and 39c per yard.
Itomul Mi-.ik. .a - j Provender NT. : cm t tn
Palt pork, ll- .15 1 Ponltrv win at. cwt .
STriolii stink, lb . . . 31 1 Cra Tied coin, civt .. tl io
Mil iiitc lamb, bin I fp.aiTer -I lb-t biral floui . . I
Minm,- lamb. loiw.iH ,iiaii.i lo Hist pastiv floor ..
Spline lamb, ihops M ULTAU. ri!L'lT;i.
Turseys. Ih mm.u., doz !.
Veal steak, lb .30 M)na Kinpos tin .0
HKTAIL CHAINS. Crape fruit, each 0.vlt to
Ilnbii ftraw, cwt .70 I.eim.Mi 2W.4)
Hin,,, cwt 11.40 ITss. Ih -O "
Cormueal, cwt JU'Jl Uati (
liny, baled, owt Jl.00 New Florida ornm,-iMl WW
Heiifeeil. mlxid, cwt Jl.W Nnvel oranuis "AKi'.io
White mlrtdlltiB?, cwt Sl EnKtlsh walnuts .3
llrown inlildlliiKS. cwt . ... 51.10 California, walnut S
ii,.. 1 . I. Ml v d li'il"
Ii..,, ,'t.i N. I .,.. U'-1 X' 1 kSllO . '"jel
i III ' -ini;i"u ill.. mil I "ii ii II