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'UK HnifiTNOTON FREE PRESS AND TIJ1HS: TUTRSDAV, KKHIM ART 27, 13.
GRAND ISLE COUNTY
Wo Head for lti-crcntlon Alone," iiml In. l nf snow - Express Ag.fnt C. I
"Stoiy of a Hook" by Mh s Mnrtlui Cam.. Bishop wiih called to Burlington Tuesday
boll. W. A. Hafford of Cambridge vlclteil as a witness In the federal coiir there..
! Mr. and Mrs. C. .1. Lang and Mr. and nnpir
ALBURG CENTER, i, A. D. Lang over Sundny.-Mr. and jjilhi.
Wndilntrton social 111 the. church M,s- v" 1" f Morrisvlllo visited William llennett of Underbill was In
S-riSnv mXTLTTuL wtoZ 1-.KHtcr. MM. Roy IMonf, over . town .Monday. H. H. Pinko Is In Hurling-
Lrldn even if, wa . J BUL3' Sun.1a-y.-M ss Kthol Brush returned ,on ns Jurnr Mr. Jlnks's leg was badlv
"?n.'ed " ' m's ! o -lpe..0r after visiting her I lnJm, between a loR and tree while ho
ItiK nt tho UBiial hour foi services at the
Methodist Episcopal Church. Ororm
Cn'lls's llttlii daughter Is 111 with pneu
monia Walter MeArthur ' has been
spending a fow days at his home. Mrs,
W. A. Bowles Is slowly reeov. ring from
parents, Mr. and Mis. 8. M. Finish, over, wns driwlng lo.-. -Albert I-umbrla Is
Sunday. Miss Msry Colo Is HI wmi tnc ' drn wIiir logs In Montgomery for 1' red
meaBles. Mrs. Chester Bnlloy, who died i ii,itehlns. Mrs. l.ela Hhattiick hns the
at her home with her daughter In New- lea,ios Johnson. The next mooting o1
bury Saturday, was formerly for about , ,Mp porens Boeloty will bo hold town
13 yours a resident of Stowe, going from
here to Newbury several years ago. ana
n slight attack of pneiiinonln.-Lowls Para . v,,,.bury. and two
. ... . . i c II.,-- leim-a ........ -
IS ill L.CO lnsiier euwiu num.: in, mi ,,.
The ladles will serve a
the Alburg Grunge the first Friday In
March -A prayer meeting will be held nt
Mrs. Gordon's this evening. Mr. and Mrs.
II E. Manning were at Mrs'. Jameson's
Monday. May Reynolds has gone to
M -mtro.il for a short stay. Geneva Rey-
she Is at homo.
ISLE LA MOTTJE.
. ,-- l 11 nlill,1i-,in
... - ftonH. sun was uic mm .". "
llngton Tuesday night, whore ho had been Qf Jr nn(, Mr sniis Town, of whom Tno nimUn convention of the Lamolllo
or an operation and treatment for throat T(W)1 nml MrH cimrles Hurt I c01ltlty rurnl ,nnl cnr,(.rs was held at
mmculty.-romonn urange win ineci m. wm. formcIiy residents In this virinuy. i t,,p t0W)J ,, Saturday.-Mrs. P. A.
Willis M. Parsons continues in w nil , ohnmpHin and daughter, Jennie, aro visit
eoiiiplU'utlnns following tho measles. j lnR nt MrSi M,lry Tlllotson's.-Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Mayo Is In New Vork on ( AjrSi jt, Ai Vnncoiir of Greensboro and
business. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew llobson . jir nnil frs. Alfred Hooker vlslte1 at E.
gnw a reception Saturday afternoon and ; c. Judd's Saturday. Peter Golden, C. A.
Mmtro.il for a short stny.-i.eiiova ulj .p,,,,,, tl, nbout 3Kl at their tiome in necrj nn,j jt. II. Parker hovo let tho con
jinlds's school It. closed for a vacation and gn)(,nli Mn,,Si ln honor of Mr. Robson'M tract to the Hardwlck Electric company
50th birthday. Mis. Robron was formerly tor wiring their Iiouhos for lights. A rc
' Miss Fidelia K. Nowhall of Stowe and both ccptlon will bo given Mr. and Mrs. George
' It- I ...... 11nt..n ... , .t1... tt-l t. l....ln.. 1 Un..Aw Af lllnl
The annual supper of the Methodist ,lr- "'" """ """""w
Cbur'eh' wis held In the ehuioli parlors herc.-Among those who have been 111 wedding, after spending tholr honoy-
T osdav evenlrg, with many nttemimg with severe colds are Mr. and Mrs. P, D. moon In Craftsbury and Albany.-The
from sLonn ling towns. The violin and 1'lki. Mrs. O. E. Hurt and Miss llattlo ' remains of Mrs. Chester Ilailey, a former
piano "dectl by AVarren l-l.ty and Cary.-Mrs. Mary A. .lenny entertained ' resident were brought here from New-
v ...I,, tr .ni,. ..n much ani.reelated. hor biothers and Hlsters Monday evening bury Tuesday evening for IntcrmonL-
J w 8 i "j lZ ;t S..Zt loi in honor of the birthday of Albert It. ; Mrs. K.J. Ulidsay Is seriously Ill-Mrs.
success To,- many seasons The reeelpU. , Straw. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. j Thomas Howon Is 111.
iv. Dir.iw-, j.ir. anu .irs. v. r. , UAiVllJXtllJliiji.
lass, Miss Rose Straw and Mr. and Mrs. '
ll. E. Stlaw.-Thermometers registered ' N- H- Smith has been contaed to tin,
zero to IS below In this vicinity nouso lor several oajs ny i.n ..-."
Came cmpin completed ner auiiea ai int)
the Ml. Mansllcld Cambridge store baturday and Is visiting
her sister in nyiio l-ni-K lor u mw nays.
Mrs. W. E. I'erle.v wont Monday to Linos-
. .. r -f, ' .... f..
of the Eastern Star. Wednesday oik " 11 -'""
, ! l..idiL-.' Aid society i to meet 1 froni
Marcli I), w'th Mr?. F. K. Wilse.y for din- i Tuesday morning.
it. ..I T..(.,.ni ,,-lir ia nt t li f MnrV A nnplt,l rn f
. . .. . . .. '. , LJ ia .ininii ' l'inei rir. n.v ,n,M-i inru.. num. her sister In Hyde Park for u few days
V I I CHI 1 U'J-ni'i i" ' w j v... -
vi 11 Warren Pi in is seriously in. i-r- i ner oi tne memocrs oi sjickiu nuiiie.
in st SVlvostir is reooveilng from his ro
Strs. M. A. Moody of Hetln I passed Satin-day
In town.--Mir. Ellen l-ittlmm- was
In Iiethcl Haturday.-MIss i'I.'m Fontor of
Montrtoller, who has b. i " mterUlnod
since Thursday by Miss MiMtid Goodwin,
returned to her homo Siiturdaj -Miss An
nlo Wood, who hns been leaching In
Northlleld, has finished her nC
school and Is again at her hotno hero for
tho spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Erod
Curtis and children left Ha I unlay for a
few days ln Montpolicr. Mr- Tenney of
Barro was tho guest of Mr. Mrs
Leslie Humrlll on Saturday.-Mlss Flor
ence Howard and Miss Lena Kllburn wont
to Montpolicr Saturday to remain ovoi
Sunday with MIbs Edith Hlaticliard.-Mrs
E. T. Chngnon of Hcdford, Quels pawing
a few dayB with her sister, Mrs. O. P
Northrup.-Mrs. U. G. Bundy visited hei
cousin, Miss Ulancho Sparliawk, Satur
day, returning to Buthel Saturday nigh:
-John F. Towksbury went to White Illvei
Junction Saturday to meet his bibther,
who came thoie with tho remains of Ins
wlfo'B mother for burial. -The old folks
ball held In the Orange hall Friday was
largely attendod.-Mrs. A. '.'. Stephen Is
here from llarre to assist her mother,
Mrs. M. T. Holbrook. lor a few day.
Mrs. John Morse of Helhel Is also the
guest of Mis. Holbrook. -A party consist
F. D. AJBERNETHY
W. ALLEN y GO.
To-day attention is invited to
An A ttractive Display
D ress Vjooqs
7v7 X"X 7 1
cutt lllri" s-Mrs Harriet Mlncklors
juuhbor" ,v, her a pleasant surprise
i irunn 11 tlu occasion being her 01st
1, it iday They piesented her with a
tnkc decorated with 01 candles. Mrs. Ella
fi Oordoii has again gone to HoUoko,
Iruw., for an extmded visit. Victor
3ltl Unit has rettirntd from Nw York
v th Mis Iltirlbut.
The re was a good attendance at Banner
Grange Friday evening. A program was
furnished . the lecturer.-Charlos Hotch
klss is 111 with tho moasles. Illram Cush-
n m of Burlington Is, visiting his brotin r.
Rnndav e vening at the
years. Tlu ' lural will be hi Id at 1:M
AVednosda .u his home. Miss MarguiT
Ito Bliss ha boon spending a f. w d i.vs In
Ebfex JuncUon and Burlington
Pliny Mor.u. Howard Sm.thi is., Mrs. l-t-
tie Bailey Smith. MIsb Maig"orlt,- -Men.
field and Mark MorBe wont to Mnlitpillei
Friday to attend the pageant nt Monipd
ler fjemlnary. Mm.J.M. Atwoou, whow.it
taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Lazelle, Is now Improving. Or. and Mrs.
G. A. Wheeler of Maiden, Mass., .lie be
ing entertnlned for a le, days by Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Bass. The meeting of the
r titrated Churches was hfld In the Hip
tlst auditorium Sunday m irnlng, this be
ing tho last Sunday of Pie P.ev. J. V
Chesbro's three years' pastorate here At
the close of tho service the rite of bap
tism was administered to one candidate -
Mrs. E. N. Wardner wont to Uoche.stei
News has been ricelved of the death
In Eos Angeles, Oil., on l ebrmiv 19 of
Mrs. Adelaide II. Stlckney of Venice, Cal
Jlrs. Stlckney was the daughter of tin
ate Lemuel B. and Amelia Moody Sinuh.
.nd was born In Stowe. She was t Mars
ar age and had lived ln tin West for
many years and for the lat 1" in Venice.
She had been 111 since Septemlv r and was
In Los Angeles for treatment. Mie leaves
daughter. Miss Petronella Stlckney, and
ji sister, Mih-s Elvira Smith of Venice:
nnd threo brothers, Daniel M. Smith.
Orson S. Smith and Fred E. Smith of
A game ot basketball between tho Stowe
high school junior team and tho Water
bury high school team at the town hall
Friday evening resulted ln a scoru uf Hi
,.. 'j, t rni t,vv, Tbo nlnvel-K for
ill ,t, ........ i -
Btowe vei l-'orwards, Clevilnnd and
Ilosmer, CHiitcr, Forbes; gnauls. JJemer
Itt, Smalley nd Mayo; Walerbury, for
wards, Caupbcll and Mlondln; center,
Klrby; guards, Wullace and Town. Tho
three-! ot dr .ma, "Rebecca's Triumph,''
under th e'lsplc s of the Ladles' Aid so
ciety of Fn tv Church, was presented suc
cessfully P parts were well taken.
Burnhun'j orchestra lurplshinl several
si lections and Mrs. E. E. Bainlorth sang
n solo. Mrs. J. J i. Stafford accompanied
op tht piano. Mrs. II. . Barrows rang
a 'do, and Mrs. Barrows ami Mrs. T. A.
Uruglass a duet during the play. Jlrs.
Mi iv A Jennoy had charge of the play
u ul the P' rformance was a eredltable one.
- William Corse of Warren Is vis
It ng his sister. Mrs. Jct-so Loomls.--Mr.
in d Mrs, David Douglass have moved to
n tcliemnt ln W. A Aldnch's house at
thf lower vllla-'e. Jay Preston will car
ry on thi W. L. Alger farm vacated by
Mr Douglass Among the winter visitors
sit IS. B. Lincoln's farm on Edson 11111 tiro
chl kodies, woodpcek'TS and blue lavs. If
tl u. ' rned loud supp'le.- .in- not
fo! the "mlng the woodpecker taps on Uio
n'ndow sill for more Charles W. (iiorge,
v'fiose death on Febru.ny 16 has hi en re
port (i .it his nome In Cnnandalguiu N.
was born in Randolph April li, 1M0,
n d came to Stowe at eight yc-irs of ago
villi his parents, the late Jonathan W.
nnd Pirsl Parrish George. In eaily man
hood h- went to New York State and tho
mo1 1 of his lift was passed there. After
Ills, marring! to Hannah Jaynes In Ohio
ho livul a yiar m Stowe. lie served threo
years in the Cull Wnr, enlisting from
Michigan. Ho unJerwont great privation
ln iidi;rsoriville prison, where he was
reduced to S'J pounds In weight. Ho leaves
cvonlnn- to Wntorburv. wlmro thev were cctte of Berkshire Is visiting at the homo
tho guests of Queen Esther Clmptor.- of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. nobblns.-Har-
Charles P. Benson nnd Mrs. Lizzie War- moil Howard of Underhil! was a visitor In
ren wore matricd Tuesday afternoon at town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
the honu of Mrs. Warren's parents, Mr. cony of Massachusetts are In town,
and Mrs. Levi Taylor, the Bev. Lemuel tailed here by the death of Mr. Corey's
Davis performing tho ceremony. The fstliei. Mrs. lleniy Lamell" and ihlld of
Ladlei!' Aid of I'nlty Church and also of ; n.rtslleld have been visiting her par-
the Me.'hodlst Episcopal Chmeli 1U . nils, Mr .and Mrs James Safford. Miss
serve dinners as usual on town meeting Jlolm MeCuIn Is spending several duys Eatuiday to see her dnughti r, Mrs. John
day. Miss Tda Harris, who has passed wti, h.r brother In Hlghgate. Mrs. John I'dall, who Is 111, threatened with pnou
several mnnths In Woodstock, Is visiting Hiush, who had been In feeble hralth : monln. Mrs. E. N. Illslng, who has been
her brother and wife, Mr. and II, s. Oscar f()l. a IonB tmp Rntuiday at her
G. Harris. In Springfield, Mass.. while hom. in Ficteher.-Mrs. N. C. Maish ot
in her way home.-Lyle Davis nf Fort Si.1(on s Wtl, K.,. Patrr, Mrs. A. R.
Covington, wno nas visiieu .Mrs r.iem.ra Lnh()Untv, for n fpn. .mys.-Mr. and Mrs.
f .leffersonvlllo have
pone to houseki epltif In A. L. Hrush
tenement on South street. H. II. Rey
nolds was In Burlington Saturday and
was nccompnnleil homo by his brother,
F. M. Revnolds. who Is recovering from
operation for appendicitis. 13. II.
lolin Warner dlediWUMns and other friends In Stowe. goes u-nl)am nynu), ,
e advanced age of !W Thursda ti. visit In Ensex. Mr. ami p tQ noup,,K,.tipI
Airs. J. L. Stniruru, wno nave neon in
are reooveilng. .'ohn Duchalne has
moved from the town farm on Edson
hill to one of James E. Houston's hollies
nt Stowe Forks. Julius Ellsworth, cm-
..t..,.n.l I-.,. T 1.? Hiniati-m linn returned
1),,-t,n ii-l, li.te l,n,i Vlcltlnr- liU Klctni"
here, has gone to St. Albans, whore he
from Wolcott. whore he visited relatives
f-n Arlnmc null her lictlliew.
Ernest M Houston, were In Hyde Fark ' nsltlor with the C. V. Rallioad
We.lnes.lav -Herbert Hallow's foot was company.-Donald Lea.ns was a visitor
badly jammed and bruised recently while j' Burlington over Sunday
working In Shnw's mill yard at Stowe I
Forks. -Bert Wedge has returned from HDIDiMC TOflMTV
the Mary Flttcher hospital In Burlington, i uftLDhnO UjUlU 1
where ho hid a broken ankle treated. I
Ho Is making pood recovery. Mrs. Felix i
F. Sherbut, who has passed several
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
CR A FTSBURY.
S. L. Dewey, nt Grand View Farm, went ,-,,,.. .. ,.,, ,iie unner tenement In r, n..i i.mi,
to aterliury Wednesday to. visit her sis- j!unv Mneindof,-h lHuse.-The remains ot ,nlI1(. IMeMMA of Hair., was an over
tor. Mrs. L. N. Grout, and rhiirsdny will John lWiersnn wrrc brought Thursday . pun,,aJ Msltor of bis slsteis, Mrs. BIM.v
go P -Now roi-k. w ore. she will visit her , from u.u.lo ,inJ , tc famlv ,ot . ,, Mlss (nez Utel,lleld, returning home
at North Craftsbury. Mrs. Alden 'I-lss sn(inJ night. Mis. Mary HodgkinM, who
to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Arbuckle of ' ;on ,.imr, jiomi.n- from Rnxbury
, " , ,v bis dauL-hter Miss Blancho 1 Colllnsville.-Commnnlon scnices will ho ! n ft,w ,,,iys wlt Mr. nm1 iIrH. Jnm, s
SitUS is recovering the Methodist Episcopal Church Ml,a,y.-W. II. Pehon and Rlebard Osba
;lon for appendleltls which she under- Sunday mornlng.-P. II. Lathe awlved,i(,ft Monday on a business trip to p..
slstor M.ss Clara Dewey, on her way to
join -Mr. ftneroui m rr.wmun, .... ,,.,,,.. ,,r fn,i.,. nnd mother i .,. . t.
Sherbut has employment on a lrgo ' . I ;
r , I.. n 1J,,1I w.-.-.. - ' ' ,.WI,,l .-lilll
pou.iiy liiiit. ... .' i.iiiFiiiii. ,.. . ......
turned Tuesday from Buillnuton necm
went at the Mary Fletcher hospital scv- houin snturiiay nigni auer .uniosi a n ton. The runeral of Jlrs. Frank Blngb.im.
oral wee'ks ago. M'ss Harilet Adams, : months' stay ln Montpelloi.-i.Mary I'arr j whoe death pecurred nt her home on the
who was seierely Injured by a rill on presided vety acceptably at the organ Rochtster road Friday morning, was held
the pavement last week, Is recovering, in the Methodist Episcopal Church Sun- from her home Sunday, the Rev. Eraser
Her sister, Miss Jessie, who was also dsy in the absence of tho regular organ- Metzger oiflclatlng. Interme nt was in Un
injured at the same time, has returned 1st. Mrs. Lucy Crowley pleasantly enter- Falrvlew cemetery at Bethel In th. f.nn
to hor studies In Stowe high school. Mrs tallied the Ladles' Aid Thursday. Nellie , Hy lot. Mrs. Phoebe (Buirelle) rin.:l: m
Alztna Luco Is much Improved In hoalt'., Allen of Barton Is spending a few days j was nbout So years of age and before In i
An article In the warning tor the an- with Mrs. Merilll Williams. The little mnrrlage to Mr. ningham she cam h.-te
mini town mooting asks if the town will daughter of Benjamin Cuttlcr Is ill. A to reside. Last August she underwent a
vote to grant a room In the Akoley Me- SOn was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alden Twlss j serious operation for a malignant tn uble
morlnl building for tho to ot tin- Stowe , Thursday. laud for a time was more i omfiutubl
Snvlngs hanks for a term of years. A
charter fur such a bank was given at
the recent term of tin- State Legislature
CnrstHble Brown of Waterville biought
Materials for Tailored Suits.
An advance showing of new fabrics in fashion intended
to meet the requirements of those with a thought of an early
selection. Fabrics that arc distinctive, that are at once recog
nized as being rare and uncommon.
Selections for the new spring gown should be made
ing of tho Rov. and Mrs. Joseph Hamll- , n . ,
ton, Mrs. w. S. Smithei., Mr. and Mrs a inches wide, black only friccd at ZZ,ZO per yard
Sponged and shrunk ready for use.
'4 inches wide Priced at $2.50 and $3.00 per yard
Colored Broadcloths, especially suitable for evening coats,
wr.ips, etc., sponged j.nd shrunk.
54 inches wide Priced at $2.50 per yard
54 inches wide Priced at $3.00 per yard
Serge Suiting in the new shades of brown, navy, Copenhagen
and old buic, a'so black. 54 inches wide.
Priced at $1.00, $1.50, $1.60 and $2.25 per yard
Fine French Serge, suitable for street or house dresses and
children's school wear. The colors are navy and old
blue, reseda green, red, golden brown, heliotrope, also
48 inches wide Priced at $1.00 per yard
Oxford Gray Serge Suiting for tailored suits.
54 inches wide Priced at $2.00 per yard
Gray Suiting with hairline stripe.
56 inches wide Priced at $2.25 per yard
Oray H crringbone Stripsd Suiting, light weight.
50 inches wide Priced at $1.50 per yard
ma,:, -. ;ih J.eli- eiaughter, ! Gray Diagonal Serge Suiting, exceptional value,
.nnrd li-.x-.- return. .1. -Mr. fi . .-. . . -
-b inches wide Priced at 52.00 per yard
French Crepe, the color3 arc Copenhagen blue, light gray,
heliotrope, also white, 42 inches wide.
Priced at $1.00 per yard
Wool Ratine Suiting. This fabric is to be very fashionable
for tailored suits and separate skirts, the colors arc brown,
Copenhagen and old blue, heliotrope, also white.
54 inches wide Priced at $2.50 p?r yard
Note the width of these materials.
Now York, Feb, ai
BEEVES Receipts, 1,SI0, Irr. L . lar
steers, $S.M'3S.76; bulls, YJtil, cow:.,
B.25; dressed beef slow; native, 10PJc
Texas, !K10c; exports, 79 sheep.
UAIjVI.o-JieieijJiH, i,iut menu io ik
higher; veals, S.ri:.&0; cull- try 3 barn
yard calves and ymrllngs, Jl.fitt dressei)
calves steady to higher; city dress I vials
IffllSc, country dressed, 111il0
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Reeeiptg, z,'W
' she.-tp steady; lambs more .ictlvo and firm
sheep (owes), $I.KrTiO.S5; culls, $3. .3f4,U
lambs, $7.6059; culls, Vtlt; yearlings, $Vg
HOGS-Recclpts, 6,801: firm, at $0U.a),
roughs, J7.75B8.10; ntngH, $5.00.
In Urattloboro 10 days with her brother.
Dr. Bruce, arrived Friday afternoon. -Mrs.
F. A. Bruce, who hns been with nor
brother ln Northampton, Miss., for th.
winter. Joined her husband hero Frldav.
They will at once go to housekeeping In
tb.c tenement they have leased of B. I". .
Saigcnt on Weston street. L. II. Rum
rill has so far lecovetul from his critl. al
lllnesb as to bo able to bo about tl"
house. A. M. Vaughan, repr sentatlv
from Randolph, and P. C. Dodg.- of thi
place, who have born at Montpell. i- dri
lng the session of the Le-gislatui e, n -turned
Tho Rev. Chosbro left town by carri.i-V
Monday mnming on his trip to li.lli'U'-
ume the past.n--Mr.
in clan muni.
Falls, where he 1:
ate of the Bapll-'
N. 11., over Sunn;,
Mrs. Janus Mainl
and Mrs. :harlos Flint ot St. Albans, who
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laduke moved last i miVl, 1)C(,n RucaU or .ir. mm's brother,
j but the- cancerous disease soon develop, d
in her hip and this time there wns no
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hoyt or Munches-' relief for her and for weeks she suffer
tor. N II., are visiting Mrs. Hoyt's par- cd Intensely. Mrs. Bingham is survived by
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pu.lvnh.
to the county jail Saturday -Mrs. name i i......, . ,. ... .. ..... ..........
Patch, Mrs. .Maggie Claik, Leon Patch ceived an increas. in pension Thursday
and Allie Robinson, all of Waterville ' under the act of May 11, 1912. A son, Glen
accused nf lewdness. They wcro bound don, wns born Feb ?o, to Mr. and Mrs
over fur trial nt the June term of county Harry' Chaso.-F. B Lambert is spend
couit. Representative Strong arrh.d Ing the week in Franklin county on busl
Satmday night. Misses Doris DeNlo and noss. The next regular meeting of Lowell
l ranees Noble wen- ir Johnson SaturilR. nro.nge win no noiu .uaron 3 insienn oi
while they gave a piano recital. .Mrs Jlacn 4 air. ami -Mrs. joepn i.armui
Herbert l-'.ilrnanks spent Sunday. at ih" visited In r.arton over Sunday. The
home- of her father In North Cambridge.-- indies of the Methodist society will serve
R. W. Hulburd was In Stowe Saturday. 'dinner town mooting day at the Wood
John Manning Is In Swanton. Miss Maud men's hall -Mr. nnd Mis. Oscar Mc-
Nugont of Burlington Is doing stenog- I Gregor have gone to Rlchford to spend n
raphic work for C. S. Page. The Rev. -Keek with relatives.
C. H. Smith of Burlington spoko In tho
Interest of tl.e Anti-Saloon League at tho
Congregational Church Sunday morn
ing. Mrs Ktta Richardson of .lefferson
vlllo Is In town for tho present. George
White of Mmtpcller was ln town Satur
day. Mrs. Fre-d Leslie, ot Johnson visited
Mrs. F.thol Holbrook Friday. I
Mrs. Narcissa Delano died early Mon
day morning of senile debility, after grnd
son nnd daiieliti r in Canandalgiie and a ually failing fur some weeks past. Mis.
son ill Hamburg. Germany; also four Delano was S7 years of age. Funeral
brothe-is, Allen P. George of Stowe. James n-run-s w.-rn hold at onu o'clock W. 1
T. Georgo 01 Philadelphia, Mllo T. Georgo nesday at her late homo with her ton,
of Callas and Ira George of We-.t Med-I II. 1- Delano, the Rev. W. L Baker
ford Mass., two sisters, Mrs. Cora Kn- 1 officiating. District Superintendent Duke
right nnd Mrs Alma Hiker of West Med- I shire of St. Albans conducted a service
ford, all formerly of Stowe a' he members I at the Methodist Church Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs, O. P. P. Wright and Mrs.
W. O. Wright spent Saturday at North
Troy. Georpe Goddard has so far recov
ered fiom tho mrnslrs that he made tlio
trip to Newpnjt Monday for the first tlmn
ln several weeks
of II. H. Smith Post and Women's Re
lief Corps and friends celebrated Wash
ington's hirthd.'iv Willi n ltiirimtr.t r,t lh
Akeley Memorial building, followed by an
Interesting prjgiam of patriotic songs,
papers, readings, music and recltatfons.
Tho Misses Harriet and Jessie Adams
mot with an unfortunate accident Fri
day afternoon when both slipped and
fell near tho corner ot Main and Brldt,o
streets. Miss Jessie Btruck on her he-ad,
cutting a gash, and was picked up un
conscious. She was taken to a physi
cian's, where .she soon recovered con
sciousness, and is now doing well. M.ss
Harriet struck on ono hip and a rusty
nail pierced her clothing and became
w deeply Imbedded ln the llesh that It
vns necessary to call a phyBlclan to re
move the nail nnd dress thn wound. She
a now confined to her bed at tho homo
3f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Adams,
ln tho Little River neighborhood. Mm
Eunice Pottle Ib 111 with the grip nt tho
homo ot her daughter, Mrs. S. C.
Wheeler, Miss Grace Blgclow of Spring
field, Mass., 1b passing a week with her
parents. Mr, and Mrs, Fd In R. BIgelow,
et The Lodges. Miss BIgelow Is recover
ing from nn Injury to ono knee, the re
null of a fall while at homo on hor
Christmas, vacation C. L. McMahon re
turned Saturday from Rutland. Tho
members eif Mansfield Mmntaln Grangn
had a box social at the Akoley
Memorial building Wednesday evening.
A. .ntlnp rnpntlmr StntlinlnV OVon-
J i. n.,,, -
Ing patriotic songs wuio sung by tho
t,ni nr.,1 n solo bv Nell Itnblnsnn. Re-
rti!nso" " ''-'l- w' 1 " ' from
SV T. Cr.uio on.
Tho funeral of MIst Frances Sanborn,
who died Feb. IS after an Illness of
nbout two weeks, was iield Saturday
afternoon nt tho Methodist Church. Miss
Sanborn was the only daughter of Mr.
and Mr. C. W. F. Sanborn of 10 Summer
stioot. Sho was taken ill about two weeks
ago with pneumonia and compllcatloni
developed which rc-ulted In hor death.
The hjgh school attended tho services In
-. body. The Interment was In Pine Grove
..nmtm. M... Tl T Tie,,,,, h, tn.
.vl.ss Sybil Rnymore has clos.d sue- , r artfor(,,
Conn. C. A. Wood, assistant postmaster,
attended the county convention of rural
cflrrlers nt Barton Saturday and con
ducted the parcel post question box.
Mrs Bllra Cass, who hns been living
hei husband, two daughters, Mr Roy
Abbey and Mrs. William Pent, both of
whom reside in town and were with her
in tile last weeks of her sulfiring She It.
also survived by an adopted son. Kvt rett
Bingham, of this place. Mis-- Mary
Priest, who has been In Uast .'.innvilli.
with Mis. Clarence Webb sine e Tburs
day, returned Monday. Mrs. Joseph Man
ning, who has been with hot mother, Mi
Jennlo Smith, since Friday, left MoniU..
morning lor her homo in Fast Grain llh-
Dr. and Mrs. (Jilmnn Wheeler, who
came ftom Mal.l.n, Mass., Inst week to
be tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Bass, roturnoil to White River Junction
Mondny. The rtcv. U C. Fry. a returned
missionary from Japan, occupied a part
of the time at the morning service at
the Bethany Chunh Sunday. Tho Rev.
Frasor Metzger was In Moton last week
to attend a meeting of the Progressiva
Miss Jennie I .ell, a guoet of Mrs. K.
H. Mason Mondny, loft for her homo
Tuesday. Miss Btta Harwood hns re
turned after nearly three months' stay
ln Ashvllle. .w c Mr U'nU.i'v. 1H1U
and daughter w. nt to Rochester Tllps. , Maple syrup, gal
,ln.. In rmnl u .... III... iU.ipiO SUg.'ir, It).
piesent la employed there for .i few days.
Miss nilen Chnff.e, who has been In
the sanitarium for surgical treatment for
two weeks, was able to leave Monday
for a few days with Mts Mir II...U-,klns
Friday, February 28th.
we sn all kold a most
Remarlcatle Sale of Wide Ribbons.
Partial description will be given in our advertisement
Jt is expected that this will be the most surprising sale
of ribbons this stope has ever known. More than 200
pieces in as many beautiful new designs 5 to 9 inches wide,
value 50 cents to $1.00 Priced at 29 cents
BOSTON PRODUCE MARKET
Boston, Feb. 26.
FLOUR-Spring patents, $4.an5.10i
spring clears, $3.KJ4.3; winter pat.
ents, $.".307i5.7&; winter straights, J5.ll
f5.30; winter clears, $I.Wrj6.10, Kansas
$1 20f(4.70 in sacks.
CORNMF.AL AND OATMEAL Corn,
meal, bng meal, $1.14151 Hi, granulated
$.! 40; bolted, $3.40; oatmeal, rolled, $4; cut
$4.40; rye flour ln wood, $3.901,4.15, graham
flour, $3.60; rye meal. m.&.
CORN Car lots, spot, No. 2 yellow,
Mite; No. 3 yellow, r,9c, yellow, SSVic;
for shipment, No. 2 yellow, ,. i ')'fcc, No.
3 yellow, KysflG9c; yellow, "s e ..'tc
OATS Car lets, spot. No. 1 cllnpod
white, 41'ic; No. 2 clipped will' Mic,
No. 3 clipped white, 40o; for si- omrnt,
fancy, 40 lbs, loti'n lie; fan' y, S it, , 40-i
'4tiV4c; regular, 3 lbs., HiVMOc, regular,
HAY AND STRAW-lIav No. 1 grade,
JJlfi'JtJO; No. 2 grade, $W.D0qi9 No, i
grade. 15U'15.o0: stock hay, 1
straw, rye, $20Ti20.y; oat, $13.
i MI LLFBLD Mill shlpm-nt Spring
lirnn, $2.'.nr(23, winter bran, $: SO -t
middlings. $23f(27; mixed teed, $24 Z, a
2"; red dog, $29; cottonseed meal, I 1 lin
seed meal, $C0.60; gluten feed $21 ' vm
iny feed, $23.40; stock feed, JL4.D0, oat h d.s
i PORK PRODUCTS -Baeks and short
euts, $25; medium, $24.j!Keii24.73 long ( t,
$25, raw leaf lard, 13c; lendered . if
HVaC; pure lard, 12'ic; dressed hos 11
FRESH MEATS Beef, extra sides lPt'Tp
l"Ur. henvv binds. V.'MlUe: heJivV fores.
pH'iilOVtc; medium sides, 10il2(to, western
cows and helfcis, 9'4T(10c, lamb, fancy,
12Vi'.i'13V4o; winter, 11012c; yearlings, 9VS
ll-J'.iC, vcnls, fancy, lrfilc; medum, U&13cs
I POULTRT Northern fowl, large, 19-al
1 20c; medium, 17'elSc; roasters, -is-'20c,
'western fowl, l-al9o; wosteni chi kens,
j large, ICKjiIOc; medium, VAille live fowl,
1 Inc.; native broilers, dressed, '2H,t , na
! tlvp chickens, live, ll-iT16e; turkeys, west
I em choice, 23fiX.c; seiuab, $4'!i5 doz.
' EGGS Cholco hennery, 2G-eC;c, taste rt
I extras, ii'n'Src; vester.i extras, 223c
western firsts, 21(822c; storage, ISfilGc
BEANS Car lots, pen beans, $2 Vrij-J.W
bu.; No. 2. $2.40-ii2.50; medium, $2.(W2,70,
yellow eyes, $2.55-52 60; red kidney, $2 GO-y
2.70; No. 2, $2.50t?2 69: California small
white, $3.3fW)3.3o; foreign pea beans, $:.5'l
2.60; Canada peas. $2.132.15; Scotch
green peas, $2.40i-2.50; lima beans, QijitPtC
lb.; jobbing prices, lOjlSc bu. nbove cox
APPLES Baldwin", fancy, $2.D0i3;
No. 1 $2(52.20: No. 2, 11.2591.75; cold storag
Baldwins, $2.5fr33.50; Greenings, SCef-'-SO;
Northern Spy, $2.2.fi'3; Kings, tt.vyi .i0:
Starks, $1.75'5-2.25; Tolman Sweets, $1,503?
2.50; Ben Davis, $1.5052; western box ap
POTATO ICS Aroostook and Maine Cen
tral, Jl.SOfn.40 per 2-bu. bng; sweets, Jer-
, sey, JKjl.15 bskt.
FRFIT Florida oranges, $23 bx.;
'California navels. 75c'.if" 5.1, Indian liver,
$2 :,0'iSM; tangerines, fl.5OS3.50; strap;
grapefruit, $1.5073 50 bx. , cranberries.
, $7W9 bbl. and $2.DOT-3 crt ; strawberries.
REFINED SUGARS The American
quotes In lots of 3) to 99 bbls net price
j lep3 2 per cent, for cash. Crystal dom
inoes, 2-lb. hxs., 7 ,oc, crystal uominoes.
1 5-lb. hxs., 7.23c; eagle tablets, 5.90o; cut
loaf, 5.40c; crushed. 3.30c. cubes, 4. foe;
I XXXX powdered, 4.65c; standard pow
jdered, 4.60c; granulated nnd tine, large
' and small barrels and 100-lb.
'bags, 4 50c; 25-lb. bags, 4.55c; 10-lb.
bags, 4.65c; 5-lb. bags, 4.70c 3
llb. bags, 4.50c, 2-lb. and 6-lb. cartons, 4.70ci
diamond A, Lfio soft white grade No.
5, 4.15c: extra C gride, No. 9, 3.95c, yellow
C-4, 3.75c Lots of 100 bbls. and over, 1!
points lower. Wholesale grocers' rrlce for
granulated and lino ln largo and small
bbls. and 10)-lb. bgs. Is 4.C0c for less than
oessful term of school in Hlghgate and
returned home. Miss Cootwaro of (Jrand
Isle has conic to be stenographer and
bookkeeper at S. E. Pope's. Thn third en
tertainment ot the lectur course will be
.Marin j. a,, i.u-u.ii.. ... grandmother, Mrs. Carl Whlt,
Macfiiiccn. Leslie Roberts has rented " , .
and will soon take possession nt the farm
L'gg plant, each 15T4.2!
Edam cheese, each 40cO$1.20
Swiss cheese, lb
Roquefort cheeso, lb
Eggs, i old storage
Flour, bread, bbl
Flour, pastry, bbl
Lettuce, Boston ball head ....
Lettuce, home grown, head..
known as tho St. Albans Warner hospital
num. Joseph Roberts hasientod the
farm known as the Chauncoy Warner
farm Charles Hyde has i anted Henry
Nvo's farm, tho south side of tho La
molllo river. An onjoyiible meeting of
tho Crescendo club was held with Mrs. J
V. Wilcox Friday afternoon. The subject
was "Domestic Science Tested," eacn
member having specimens of cooking and
recipes. Twenty-five members and visit
ors wcro present. The Rov. D, I San
ford, diocesan missionary of Vermont,
hold a cottagn scrvlco nt the homo or Mrs.
1. II. Molondy Wednesday.
.Mrs. John Iaraway returned from Wat
ervlllo Monday. D. L. D.ividson hold
Episcopal services at tho residence nf L
E. Wells's latt week. The funeral of ono
of the oldest r-sldi'nts, .1. H. Loveland,
who died from n shock, was hold Sunday.
The Rov. C. 1). Pierce was 111 town Mon
day. Mrs. Cyrus Parker died suddenly
died Sunday evening. The funeral ser
vices were held at the house, 1)9 Main
stroet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30, with
Interment at Coventry. The Kov. L. A.
Edwards officiated. Mrs. Ward Prouty
nnd son, Chnrles Tyler. left for
Washington, D. ('., Sunday evening.
They worn accompanied by Miss Beatrice
BIgelow, who will make nn extended visit
In Washington. Harry Gale, assistant
chief cleik nf the railway innll wervlco ot
Whlto River Junction, passed tho week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, C.
News has been recolveel of the death
of Lowls Pnpeneaii at Stnnstead. He was a
former resident of Silem nuel Derby, and
has many relatives lit town. Mrs. Georgo
Grout, died Thursday morning. Tho fu
neral was held Sunday afternoon, tho
Rev. O. J. Andrew, ofllelatlng. Monday
hor remains wero taken to Pt. .lohnsbury
for interment. She loaves one son.
Te.ichers' examinations will be held In
Tuesday. E. W. Tinker has moved from t the grauru sonooi iwnuiug inui.iay mm
the' Holmes tenement to the Uleknell I Frld iy. Evangelist Lewis Smith of Bos
house on School street.-Sovoral of the 1 t -i ..il.s i.t rvangellatlc
,1 .1 h I I., i-' . . ' ' "' I ''hu-e-li Feb-
"To What lixtent Should 1 tumoU to Now UampslUro Uacu.uM oi.usut, fcJluiday ovenlns until Miuch, 8.
( Continue, 1 i, ,lnKl. S-
rHE BURLINGTON MARKETS.
The biggest change In the market quo
tntlons for the week Is In potatoes, tho
price being 7 per bushel wholesale,
Denlets ns.-ribe the rise lo a scarcity of
tubeis. The other changes in the market
The following price were quoted for
the Free' Press by tho BuillliBtoil Fruit
company, c. A. Barber, grocer, It. H.
Howard, meat man, and tho A. P. Pease
Beef, iliessod IHMf.LV.j
Eggs, doz ,2S
Hay, per ton, loose $'.'JfH
Lambs , HSi.li
Pointoes, bu .75
Butter hi pin-utor, creamery... il
New cabbage. Ib 54
Cauliflower, lb .If
Celeiy WW. 16
Sage cheeso S5
Crmts, lb , lB
Cheese- 1(1 .'
Luderkrunz . heose. pkg -W
Muensler . Iiei.se, Is y'
Llmhi.rgn , p. 3d
(-U- .nn'.. tJ .
, Ull'ttlu chceBo, nub i0
Olive oil, gallon
Sweet potatoes, lb
Hot liouso tomatoes, Ib
Beef, roast, lb
Hams, sliced, lb
Pork roast, lb
Poll; ehoM, lb
Pork u imago
Poiierhuiise sle-ak, lb
Itound bteuk, Ib
Snlt pork, lb
Sliloln steak, lb
Spring lamb, hind quarter ....
Spring laiiib, forward quarter
Spring lamb, chops
Veal stoiik, lb
Baled si raw, cwt
Uny, baled, cwt
Ilenfeud, mixed, cwt
White middlings, cwt
Ilruwii middlings, cwt
Pioveiider, No. I cwt
rioveiidrr, No, 2, ewt
I'oiilu.i wheat, owt
Cracked corn, owt. ,
Best bread flour 53,75
Best pastry flour $$,x
Ilananas, doz log, DO
Grape fruit, each 05,15
rigs, lb to;&
New Florida oranges .2Mt.cn
Navel orangrs S5.se
English walnuts .rs
California walnuts ,a
Mixed nuts i
Plneapplrs. each IMf.30
-R 'v w PRODUCE.
FLOUR-Qul't but steady,
WHEAT-lrrcgiilar. Futures wero firm
er on a more active demand prompted by
steady cable, closing unchanged to "e
net higher. Exports wero 70 loads. M"ay
9y ll-16cftl.m. closed my,. July closed
OSVj and Sept. closed 97H.
FEED 3ulf t.
SUGAR Haw, steady; Muscovndo, 3.01;
centrifugal, 3.51. molasses, 2.76; refined
ste iid .
POTATOES AND CABnAG-ES-Steady
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
Chicago, Fob. JG.
WilEAT-Msy Kite: July filc; Sept,
HOSiN BUTTER MARKET.
Boston, Feb. 20.
BUTTEM Unchanged, Northern, 3VJp
3CVc; western, lUSiTCiJc.
CIIEESE-Stcndy. New York twins,
l(.i too. good, 17S7lJe.
Chamber of commerce quotations, price
of commission merchants to deaUrBi
Vermont and New Hampshire-, extra
Hfsnited hIbc-s, 3io; uuked; box, 8 pounds
raih, full weight, SCc; prints, full W(4ht,
$1.J) j 36c.
In accordance with the rule of second
semester pledging, Thursday was the of
ficial pledge day of the three women'
fraternities. The following frchman
pledges are announced:
Lambda Chapter of Knori U a
Theta, Kntherine Dudley ot Rnnuil-.',
Ethel Ward. Helen Butter. P.uti. Grml
Dorothy Yotry and Constance Votev. '
of Burllngtim: Vermont Beta ' I1 ' 1
Phi, Clnra Gardner of Fair Have n, .r
Agues Miller of Nnrrangansett, R I ;
Delta Delta Delta. Miss Mar La rl e, 1
sophomore, of this city. Miss Mu'iory
Luce of Waterbury. Miss li 1 -mi I is
of Marlboro, Mass.. M.ss .r S "lei"
of Sudbury. Mass.. Miss 1 1 i 1 ilTtn
of Bethel and Miss Lucy Swu' nf M Idle
sex, all freshmen.
Ilenrrn Mioh (iood Work Bnnp it
SebooN Uorlnu I'niir llontliv.
Following Is a partlil rennrt "f th
work of the medical In.. nc tors 11 th
Burlington public schools. rlnj; t'w
period from September 1, '91? ti J unarv
IB, 191.1. Main of these .-asi- irtlcu.
larly the diseases of threat. ve rir ,11 .1
skin, have been eridii.-itc l bv Pic foi o
up work of tho visiting nurse ..nd the -ii
made of the free rllnles at tbe U f pltaloi
Numbr of pupils in public s ho. s .1.71
Number of pupils In nornnl condition "V.J
Number of cases of enlarge 1 tonsils 561
Number of 1 ases ot nden 'Ids W
Number of cases of other thro." trou
bles Number of cases of defective teeth
Number of cases of defective cars ..
Number of cases of defective eyes.
Number of enses of skin diseases
Number of cases of head disease
(pediculosis and ring worm)
Number of cases of congenital defor
mity of hips
Deaf and dumb 1
Tuberculosis kneo 1
Scarlet fover -1
Whooping cough 43
The question of continuing this good
work will como before tho voters next
Tuesday. Women taxpnyers aro entitled
tn vote on the question, but they should
eull 011 City Clerk Grandy to-day or to
morrow If thflr names aro not on tha
Test "tho Want Ad Way" ot renting
that mutable property!