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VOL. XXLV1I. NEW SERIES VOL. XLIX.
BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1903. NUMBER 43 VER HUNT Local Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. THE NEWS BY COOTIES o a a Tho Wlnooskl Valloy, Villar. O p North Prnm thn Island In tho L to tho Passutnpslc, Along Oti 3rook and by tho Shores o m Xilvor Covered by ! CorraspondontA nito :lal ADDISON COUNTY VERGENNtb. Phllln J. Boss of Sow York city, a nephew of the Misses Mary and Susan Tucker and xvell-kiioxvn in tins city, saiieet, I'Uuenco Irham a third term of school Tiiursday, April 10, for Havre, France. In Lincoln Monday. Tho Rev. B. F. Kcl Mi. Ross Is a graduate of the University logg of l'ownul will preach In the Unp en "Vermont and is in the employ ot a law1 'list Church again next Sunday. Mr. and l rm in .New ork In whose Interests ho Koos abroad. Ho intends to visit Belgium, Unhand and Kngland before ho returns. Uu x. Field has resigned his position 1 us carrier of R. F. V. No. 1 and will bo , fcuccculed by J. V,'. J.xckinan. Mr. Field li s accepted a position us assistant post- jii.ister and clerk in C. C. Fields store. c ipt. Louis Daniels, a prominent busi ness man of this city, died suddenly at his homo Thursday night from heart failure c used by Indigestion in the fi'th year of Wlll go to the Mary Fletcher hospital to 1 ir age. Ho was around town Thursday morrow for treatment. Word was re doing business nnd retunl to rest at about I ceived hero Monday by D. 10. Mender lo SO In the evenins apparently in his usual ! from Elmer l'nrkhurst of Portland, Me., health. About 11 o'clock his wifo was awakened by his loud breathing ami spoko to l im mi received no himih' to her lu cp.i . ,s lo his condition. Slv summoned tin i iimly physlri ui, Dr. Hdward Pilon, but ufc lias eMinet before he arrived. Ho is "irxivcd by a wife, two pons, Fred and Mitchell II., and two brothers, Joseph Da' ids. residnco unknown, and Aldcr in.n Juba Daniels of this city. Ccptnln Daniels was born in Canada and eamo here with bis father, who was driven irom his home during tho Pappincau war. For nuny years Captain Daniels has been n funiliar figure on Lake Champlaln as eaptam of a canal boat, engineer on the ulcam boats Curlew nnd SValcr Lily, which he afterwards bouc-ht nnd an owner in id captain of tho steamers Victor and Alexander, which ho used carrying pas sengers and freight from this city to V, estport and to the different summer rc t r's up and down the lake, and also for c ir Ion and towing purposes. Ho was a n-'! mber of St. Peter's Church, whero tho ' i. ral services were held Monday morn ing. Miss Jennie Farnswotth, who has been i iloyed for tho past six months in Glens !. P? N. Y., has been called to her homo it West Ferrisburgh by tho illness ot her i ether, Mrs. Georgo Floyd. ;,rvs was received by Mrs. Frederick V ('or of this city Wednesday ol the nc- i idc'i ,il death at South N'orxxnlk. Conn., Tuesday of Thomas D. Gritlln. who was ii rmerly a clerk in tho drug stoio of tho 1 te D. It. Young of this city anil who m irrled Miss Mabel Pierce, daughter of 1 'r and Mrs. F. F. Pierce, former rosl i rti in town. No particular:-, of the ae i.ei.t have yet been received. t tho annual convocation of Jerusalem i I aptor No. i', Monday evening the fol- 1 iwlng ofllcers were elected for tho your tilling N. G. Delano. K. H. 1'.; .1. J. '.Barnard, S.: F. W. Tuttle, K. : F. A Goss, P-ensurer; G. F. O. Kimball, secre- t.iry, C. A. Chapman, C. of 11.; L. B Avry, P. S.; B. I'. BlrUett. R. A. C; "U H. Jnckman. M. of 3d V.; C. T. S. Pierce, M. of 2d V.; G. W. Ross. M. ot 1st A . I;. R. O'Bryan, chaplain; W. .1. Strong, S. S.; S. J. Allen, J. S.; W. H. J ''gg, s ntinel; 0. W. Ross and L. K. A en, Jinnnco committee. Mrs. Bdwin Lewis and Mrs. C, W. Sdple jrao an cujoyubie whist parly at tho I rospc t House Tuesday afternoon to ever 10 of their lady friends. Tho large hummer dining room, where the guests were entertained, was converted Into a parlor with pretty draperies and beautilul Powers. Light nnd dainty refreshments v ro served by Landlord Stone. The first prize was won by Mrs. II. L. Bindley and Hi! second by Mrs. W. R. Wnrner. The t i ol.aion prize was given to Miss Bdltli J' Govern. Mr. n ul Mrs, Jolui French of Proctor nn Ui-itmg nt r mother, Mrs. James Barn- II eel Mrs Harrbon Lufkln nnd daughter, H t il' of Bristol, aro visiting her sister, Mrs. Leon Adams. MIDDLEBURY The rom'ilm of Mrs. Porter, ivlfe of Col, il nry Porter of New York wero brought here on tho flyer Tiuirsdiy afternoon and tahon to tho West conn tory for burial. The Bev. W. T. Forsythe read tho com mittment service. M. A. .Monroe, T. M. Chapman, Charles Remelo, John Fletcher, H. V. Twitchell nnd G. I. Miner acted as bunrcis. Mrs. Porter was the daughter of Gen, John C Fremont and had many ae-iunlnta.ncc-s here. Tho contested will case of the late Br. A . H, Vincent of Orwell which mis to I. i,' been heard at tho probate olllce in Middlebury em Saturday was continued to I ue day, the -1st, owing to counsel not be-; ii g present. In the meantime Br. c. W. j Howard of Shorclinni mns appointed ad ministrator and Judge N. 1). Branch of Orwell was appointed guardian until fur ther order of court. Miss Katherlno Shea Is teaching tho p'dp mill school in Weybridge. ('. L. Nutting of Boston, a former resi dent, is visiting here nnd in New Haven. Harry Sh iw has returned from a hhort business trip to Boston. On Mondav. inaikot day, eggs brought II cents nnd butter Si cents, A typographical union has been organ ized hero with the following officers: 'resident. Bdwnnl Seymour; vtce-pieU-dilit, L. M. Lllllek; .secretary, Frank K, Spear; treasurer, Miss Jei,.n Robinson; serge nnt-.'it-nims, S. D. Surprise. Rogers .t Wells hnvo a laigo gang of men at woik on their mill. The framo la l p and partly covered. They expect to get a portion of it in running order by tin first of tho month. Timothy Pulllvnn Is seriously sick nt his home on South street Willi pneumonia. Mrs. Ida II. Reed has returned to her homo In Sholburne after a fow days' visit with Mrs. Dyer. It, A, Calhoun hns gono to Brandon on a hort business trip. Fred Go--s, who has been dangerously 111, Is able to be about again. Fred Brunollo. tho slater who fell from t'ie root of Mrs. Hndley's house several da s ago, is nblo to be out ngaln. Mlis Cora Blnghnm of Vorgennes Is vis iting friends In town this week. Miss Kdna Iflgley linn returned from a two yenrs' trip abroad and will spend tho summer with her parents, Mr, nail Mrs. UMwnrd Hlgley ot South street, BRISTOL, James Jacobs and Miss Maud Mnxxvell Upending a f v days in town - Nelson ,'TPr United III pi"'-"0 nt ' o'ei'1- ' ' T rl n ; pf paralysis J.ISt tho bride's mother In T.tncoln Wednesday! evening by tho Be II. 1 Kelton. Thoj groom la Bristol's assistant postinnstcr, and tho bride is one, ot Lincoln s most popular young lathes, and n graduate o tlm llrlstol high school, class of '0:. They will resldo here. Tho Rev. B. F. Kellogg A. i:, Grow has been off duty or a week past villi a sore hand caused by Betting onn ot his fingers hurt. Charles Clifford has purchased a meat market In Brandon ant will tako possetslon M ly 1. Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Gloason and Mr. and Mrs. Vloyd Grow ot Wertfonl aro visiting friends and relatives In town. The annual meet Ins of tho village will bo held In Holley hall Tuesday evening, April 23 at :'!(.' for tho election of officers nnd other business. B. A. Atkins has removed tho Millard nnd pool tables recently pur chased ot C. A. Burnh.im to tho rooms over his drug store. Miss Jennio Shorxxin began a fourth term of school In Doxxnlngsxille, Lincoln, Monday. Vnrnfy Brother have made extenstvo repairs and improvement? on their farm bulMtn.es - II. F. Bench preached In the Methodist Church in Lin coln Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Jacobs are at home from their wed ding tiip. nnd will go to housekeeping In Mrs. .1. It. Klllott's house on Bast street, violin Barney, who was operated on for appendicitis recently, Is not Improving as fast as his friends xxIsll.-Mrs. 11. K. Gibson of Ferrisburgh la the guest of Mrs. Usther Tucker. C L Lawrence has mado quite an Improvement by grading his place on Kast street and putting u huscmcnt under his lum. Miss Clara Pullman began the spring term of school In South Stnrkrboro Monday. Herman llasseltlno arrived home Saturday night from tlio Baltimore Medical College for the summer vacation. Miss Bvelyn Geary began a fourth term of school and Miss Mrs. (). C. Blcknell have relumed from Middle bury, where they have lived for a i year past. Mr. Bltknell has entered tho '. employ of J. A. McDonouch In his uro- eery stoic. Mrs. Gertrude Palmer, wlfolCon.mt returned from l'roctor, where he 'of Calvin Maitln, who died In Ferrlsburgb Monday morning, was a sister of II. C. Palmer, and Mrs. G. L. Hasseltlno ot this town. Brnest Allen ot Bast Middlebury was tho guest ot his parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. H. B. Allen over Sunday. Mr. Allen informing him that Ms wife died the 15th. Mr. I'arkhurst formerly resided here. Three old landmarks were removed from tho vard of Mrs. Cowles's tenement houso on North street Monday. Tln-y were lo cust trees. No one here is old enough to remember when they were planted. A case of measles Is repotted in the family oi , alter bright on Mountain avenue. F. G. Lavarn has the. contract to build a bain lor M. Gove on Mountain ave nue. G. If. Brooks has moved his house hold goods into bis mother's house on North street. J. II. Bonne is buying ami earring potatoes, paying from f,0 to Zj cents 'i bushel. The Rev. Father D. C. Coffey went Monday morning to Boston and Cam bridge, Mats. He will bo absent several weeks. Ills housekeeper, Miss KUznbcth "Welch, went to Brandon Monday morning for a visit of several weeks. Tho Bev. Gilbert Cady, who has been assigned by the conference ns th Methodlt pastor for the next conference year, Is well nnd favorably known hfe, Mis. Caely heir.g the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mead er of this town. Mr. an 1 Mrs. G. L- Has seltlno and Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Palmer at tended the funeral of Mrs. Calvin Martin in Ferrisburgh Tuesday. Miss Cella Hill will tench the spring term of school on Kldor Bill In Lincoln. Claude M. Snerton has a position on a itrcct car In New York ai conductor. Mr. Snedon Is a recent graduate of a Baltimore medical college. The commissioners have arrived at no decision as yet in record to second class licenses. G. W. Snedon, Tho ha been nuito --eriously 111 for several weeks, Is improving slowlv, W. S. Howden. who has boon in poor health the past winter, is improving slow- ly. Ornwa Lodge of Bebd:ahs conferred the decree on four candidate Tuesday evening. Ml Bllraheth O'BrTen, who has been the associate editor of tlio Bristol ! News for a year past, has severed her f-nn'.iectlon with that paper. Miss O'Brien hn been connected with the News for three years. LINCOLN A. T. Morgan went to Alburgli Springs Wednesday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Dr. Rogers. Mrs. Ira YVnkellold and Mm. Joseph Lex ut n nie fulling. Mrs. Julia Blhs of Bristol visited her brother, Harry Fair, the first port ot Inst week. C. L. GieeiHi ot Burlington wns In town Thurs dnv. Mrs. Ira Wakefield died Monday morn ing. The fur.ernl xvas held at her late home Wednesday, nt It a, m. Mr. and Mr. Georgo Caustic have sold llieir farm to Peter Vien of Wlnooskl, taking as part paynic at a village place there. George Russell moved Into Frank Hamilton's house Tuesday. Mr. Bier, xxiio has lately occupied the place, moves Into the Lum ber 'company's house on Union street, vacated by Russell nnd is to drive ono of I the company's teams. W. X. Gove will not move to Bristol this summer.. The Rex-. J. T. Hill of Bristol, will preach in tho Union Church next Sunday at 11 a. m. The "good time" promised by the li cence party, freedom from druukennos nnd Illegal furnishing of liquor h.v-n't materialized In this toxvn yet. While thro are no licensed places in this, nor tho surrounding towns, there is abundant evldenco that liquor is being obtained, and thero Is a rapidly growing sentiment that the guilty persons should be brought to justice. T. L. Morg.in returned from Alburgh Monday. IBs daughter, Mildred, xvho has been there the past ulno xveek", returned with lilm. Bert Slplo returned from Massachusetts Saturday, whete he lias been employed on the electric cars the past winter. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Clnrk of New Htixcn Mills, visited nt his father's over Sunday. Miss May Clark Is at home for a week. Mrs. Wahhurn nnd lister, Mis Lucy Chaffee, of New Haven, visited at Clayton Gox'o's nnd other friends tlio first part of the week. There was an error In the. report of the Mn well-Jacobs wedding last week. The bridesmaid wan Miss I.lnnlo Maxwell, sifter ot the bride, and tho best man, a brother of tho groom. Frank Moody ot Starl;sboro, was found guilty ot Intoxica tion and lined $3 one day last week. CORNWALL Mrs. Pophronln (Rnrror) Lowell, wifo of the into John Lowell, the oldest woman in town, died on April 19, at her homo In West Cornwall t tho age of 03 years Mr. and Mrs. Iowoll had been married 73 years at the tlm of Mr. Ioxvoll's death In February 1001 nnd wero thn par ents of ID chlldrtT, besides three which they adopted, and brought up, nnd had upward of W descendants. The children nre; James, of Molra, N, Y. : Joseph, of Philadelphia, Penn.; Oliver, Paschal and Albert, of Goshen, Whiting nnd Sudbury respectively j Louts, Israel, William nnd Horatio, of R, j.; Mrs. Tatnode ot New Hnmpshlre; Rxlre, of Gloucester, Mass.; Mrs. Porter, ot this town, Mrs. Donah, nt Sliorehnm, and Mrs. Brusn of this toxvn, xvho llxeii with nnd tenderly cared for tho nged mother. Her funeral xx'as attended on Wednesday nt her Into home, tho In torment being In South cemetery. Mrs, L, W. Poet has gone to Orange, Mnss., to visit her daughter, Miss Gertrude Pcot, who is nn instructor In a school nt tlint plnce. before h -r return sho will visit her sister, Mrs, Robert ltuntloy nnd her f mlly it their home In Portland. Maine Mr Mm y V nosh r of hlllnL'. hns ben Sunday. Mrs .lames Vnrretcttc has come to William Plssctte's to make her home with them. Hdwln .lones was in Vcrgen nes Saturday and Sunday on business. E. A. Thrall had the. misfortune to dislo cate Ills shoulder one day this xveek. John B. l'erry Is earing for C. H. Warner. School in district No. 1 has been rinsed for a week because of the Illness of the teacher. GRANVILLE- Mrs. N, week. K. P. Bice visited In town last N. llemenwny Is painting his house.--.Mr. ami Mrs. Downs of Boeliesler, came Sunday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Boyd. Mr. Downs returned homo Monday. Mrs. Downs will remain a few days. Mls Leda Priggs came home Friday to attend tho wedding ot her sister, Mary. The schools In town opened M'jmdny with the following lonelier!': Miss Ruth McNeil at the Corner, (Tarn. Abel, Eolith Hollow Miss Bcrkworth, Lower Village; Bessie Hubbard. North Hollow, and Hnt tlo Martin on West Hill. W. J. Carpen ter has returned alter a week's vacation at his home In Itoxbury. Dave Ahl Is at homo.- Miss Hook la at work for Mrs. U K. 1'arr. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Mrs. Lul.i Billot Is considered a little bett 'i-. Mr. and Mrs. David Merrill and Mr. and Mrs. Brnest Gidndnn of Bristol visited their parents, B. II. Young's fam ily Sunday. Mrs. Gulndon visited other relatives part of tho week Miss Swinger commenced school In the west district and Mls I'ulman of Bristol In the east district Monday. Daniel Bailed: Is im proxlng his yard with a picket fence. SALISBURY, Mrs. Robert Barton of Greensboro is vlrltlng friends In town. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Slone were called to North FerrN- burgh the III st of tho week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Martin. Horace Bills ot Lynn, Mass., is visiting friends In town. Charles Stow, Mrs. Bly and Mrs. Charles Farmer have moved to lMtland. Charles hns been at work, Saturday. Sencen Ban dall dk'd at his home In tho east part of tho town Sunday. The funeral was held Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Cloyis, who have been in Boston for several weeks, icturned horns Tuesday. NEW HAVEN. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. S. Pierce of Vt cennes wcro in (own Sunday. Arthur G. Ilinman of Centre, Rutland spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. anil M's. H. N. Hinman-Mr. and Mis. V. M. Benedict sp"i t Tuesday and Wednesday with friends in Rutland. C. F. Srpiler of Florence was In town over Sunfiav. Mrs. .1. M. Wilson and granddaughter Alice, A. C. Srpiler nnd A. P. Boseoe were In Burlington F.nurdnv. Mrs. It. C. Roeoe spent a few days In Boston last week. Mrs. Thnma Smith lias gone to Port Henry, N. Y. LEICESTER. J. c. Herton has returned to his work in Bellows Falls. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of Goshen visited friends in town Tuesday. Mrs. Susan Kilburn, who hns been .'pending tho winter with her daugh ter In Kee no, JC. II.. has returned home. George I.ennert's horse became fright ened bv an automobile last Friday and ran, throwing him out and Injuring lilm oulte severely. BRIDPORT. T. W". Grandey of Shnreham spent Sun day in town. Mrs. Lucy Pratt has re covered sufficiently to go to her own home. Charles Hamilton, a former nrld port boy, has gone to Colorado Spring' for his lie-all P.. It. W. Crone has been conl.ned to tho bed for a few days. -A son wni born to Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Pavne Tuesday, Anril 14 C. B Palmer and family have moved to l.arrabee's Point. Phnroham. The ivmnln.i of Mrs. Klmr TUxbv. nhn formerly lived In town, were- biourht here for burial last week. ADDISON. Mrs. Hiildah Clark returned from Panton, whore sho had been earing for Mrs. P. W, Oils. Mrs. C. W. Rend does not Kaln as faf-t as her many friends would wish. Miss Kva Smith hns been oldiged to leave j her sehool In Yorgcnnos on account of I sickness. Dr. Phelps attends her. News hn been received hero of the death of I Mrs. John Swonor. n former letddeiit of I his town. Mrs. F.mma Smith of Cedar Rapids, Is the guest of hor sister, Lucy I'm teh. The little son of Philo Klmer Is Ml with the measles. Mrs. Hat tie Ford, Fdxwnrd Coxvney and Mrs. 'Toward Clnrk mo nn the sick list. Seward Smith Is expected homo on May 1. Ho has been 111 business in Tevns the past four months. Mrs. Martin Barron has gone to care for Mrr Oils, wlio has had a relapso and is very ill. PANTON. Mrs. B. Adams spent a day of tho past xveek with Mrs, Fred Orandy. II. F. Brothers of Hinesburi;h. called on friends In toxvn Friday. The Row T.. R. Taylor will move to Pomou nnd Mr. Ryder of Hampton, N. Y.. will fill tho vnenncy here. Mr. 'J'avlor's departure Is regretted by his trlends here. HANCOCK. C, S. Wright of Cochituato, Mnss., who hns been visiting nt G. R. Church's, hns returned home. Rolla Flint Is qulto sick. G. R. Church was In Middlebury last week. C. J, Stochxxoii storo was broken into last Friday evening but nothing was taken. I. S. Yerkos preached here last Sunday and will supply tho pulpit the rest of tho year. SHOREHAM. John Rico of Springfield, Mass., spent Sunday nt I. C. Moore's. Henry Sharkey is home from Glens Falls for a few xveeks. Cipt. Thomas and wife aro at tho Bis sell. NORTH FERRISBURGH, The sudden death of Mrs. Calvin R. Martin .Monday morning at 2 o'clock, April 11, hns cast a gloom over this entire community, whero sho wns universally esteemed nnd loved. Thn funeral took place from Iit Intc home nt 2 p. m. Tues day, April :o. EAST MIDDLEBURY, Arthur Bradley of Boston, is spending a fexv days in toxvn, tlio guest of his mother, Mrs. Bllr.a Bradley. Tho teachers and pupils of tho village school observed Arbor day, by raking the sehool ynrd, nnd making llower beds. Arthur Bailey hns entred the employ ot tho Grand Union Tea company, and will mnke rogulnr trips through this vicinity. Mrs. S. Smith is home from St. Albans. Clarence Rus sell returned homo from tho Fanny Allen hospltnl Saturday, whero ho recently un derwent nn operation for appendicitis. Srneca Randall died Sunday nfternoon. Klls.a Sessions nnd Miss Goss hax'o re turned to Yergrnnes, nfter spending their Bnstcr vacation nt their homo here. WEYBRIDGE. Miss Lucy Harrington ot Rutland re oently made a short visit nt Iit homo lure. MPs Mnrjnry Ryder Is .it her homo after spending the xvlnter In Philadelphia. Mrs. H. I,. Thompson is having quite extensive repair made on her dwelling house. Tho two children of William ( Imnplno xvho have been ill with ty phoid fever for the past txvo weeks, aro fiowiy recovering. inn new nnd Mrs. D. r. Hulhcrt of Mendon xvaro recent guetts ot Mrs. Hurlbert h parents. Mr nnd Mrs. G, If, Wright The Bnv It. W. Thompson, who ii is scnod Iho chrnh h re neceplnbly for the past three etirt, win go to Hampton, m, v. cjpt, A. W, Thomas, "the man ot mauv mystriles," will give an entertainment of the mjstle r.rt under the auspices of tho library com mittee at tho town hall Friday evening, April 2. News has been receh'cd hero ot tho serious lllncsa of Miss Georgians Crane t Poultney. Miss Crano is a granddaughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Jarvlo l'arr of (his pl.nco and ir. well-known heic The Bev. Alexander McKlnlcy will occupy the rnlplt of the Methodist Church tho coming year. RICHVILLE. On Saturday evening, April 11, Mrs. Alma Walker, wife of John Buchard, died of consumption, nged thirty-six years. Mrs. Buehnrd had been sick for some time, although not being confined to her bed, rhe was able at time to care for Iter home, nnd always welcomed her friends, She was a womnn, mild nnd unostentn tioftus. In her manner. Sho leaves besidn a husband, four. boys. The funeral wa3 hld from her horn" th" following Tues day, the Rev. T. A. Carlson olllclateil, speaking words of comfort lo the be reaved family. CALEDONIA COUNTY HARDWICK. Bxcrclsscs. apprpprlate to the observance ot Arbor day were held In Aculemy hall Ftld.iy .afternoon at two o'clock. All ot the grades and the high sehool had thrlr exercises together, over etiroe hundred students being present, besides a large number ot visitors. The exercises opened by the reading ot the governor's proda matlon by Mr. Graham. Recitations were given by Hope Scribner. Lnur.i Lamarl, Helen Slapp. Lucy Mack, Kdgar Wor erots. Harold Taylor. Miss Meelebny .v. d Miss French. A resiling was given by Miss Lawson. A violin solo was rendered by Charles McDonald hurt a piano du't by Mk.ses Dow and Swerdfeger. A vocal duet by Page and Kihbce. Conceft exer cises were given by tho different grades and two songs by the sehool. Very In teresting icmarks were mado by the Bev. .1. W. Butgin of the Baptist Church. Six trees were procured, one for each grade, and set out on the school grounds to beau tify them and each school voted on a name for their tree. Fifth-class liquor li censer, have been granted to druegis'r II. R. Kimball and O. J. Paqurttc-The Lnmoil'e Teachers' nsoclatlou will hold an institute here May 15. The Rev. Mark Warner of Barton, has been engaged as tho oi.ntor for Memorial day. Work will be commenced soon on the removal of th Fletcher Granite company's plant from Woodbury to this place nnd this means a great Increase in huslnecs here J. J. Gallagher has bought the Tucker bouse on Spring stred. CHITTENDEN COUNTY ESSEX JUNCTION. The village reports have been Issued Following aro items from tlio same: Tho trustees n.ild out SI. 59. 21 In orders and the outstanding Indebtedness i now WO outsldo the water bonds. The stteet com-J misstoners paid out ,D5i.5l; Sl'XI of this was! for the building Iding of a concrete bridge. ThoiPlcnsing ceremonies. The contracting par- water eonunls-sloncrs paid out 5f72.M. Tho water mains on Hast street have been ex tended 550 feet, 3.1 new taps have been con nerted making a total of 173 now in u? i no louu income csiimaicu ior ine com-. Ing year will be $2,0S0. The library trus- lees repoit nearlv 1,0ml books on hand, a I part ot which belong to the town. Tho I chief ot police reports one arrest for drunkenness during the year. John Potter, no of the Baxter Rrns.'s salesmen, is expected here in a f"W das to assist In arranging for tho acreage of corn to be planted by the faimcrs to b u"od by the innning factory. The canning of pumpkin and squash will be added to the business this year. Tin bike curl of Mrs. S. C. Bednney wis quite badly demolished while In Bur lington ;5aturday. Chester Champny, who drive; it, had been on the Wlnooskl tilp nl wa.s on tin- way to Burlington to buy groceries. He h.id gotten some liquor ho claimed ot his uncle, John Ashey, and wns in .such n condition that ho could not man , ngo tlie horse w hich became frlgliioneil by an electric car while near the car barn ! and the result wns n tip over which broke tvo wheels and otherwiso damased the wagon. .lir nnd Mis. E. R. Juckett ami daugh ter Marie of Hot Springs, South Dakota, arrived here Saturday noon and remained with her sister, Mrs. L. M. Hays until evening when tl.ey xveiu to Noithfleld to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. lias sett. The Ladles' Soclnl Union of the Congre gational Church will glvo a May dnv fes- tlvnl in Music hall on Friday evening, May 1. A principal feature of the enter tainment will bo a Maypole dance bv 20 of the pretty little girls of tho village. xxnno air. and .Mrs. George R Wll c v wore leturnlng from Colchester Saturday exenlng at nboul a o'c lock, when near the Bradley rroeslng a fexv miles from this village, txxo men stepped up and tried lo stop their hore. Mr. Willey g.nxc them a cut xxith the wnip and starling the horse up at a lixely pace, soon left them in th distance. Asniiel ' iJurkee, n.gcd 70 vears. died Monday morning at tho homo of his stepdaughter, Mrs. B, J, McKenzle, nt Bssex. His remains worn taken to Ran dolph Tuesday for burial, accompanied ny ins xxue and i;. j. JlcKlnzie. Moses Lawrence nnd M. C. Fisher went to Mooers Junction, N. Y yesterday. Mllllim Frank Kennedy of Milton xvas united In mairlage xxith Mbs llnriiotte Johnson Wednesday afternoon. The xved ding took plnce at the beautiful residence at the corner of Penrl and Park streets of Mr. nnd Mrs, William B. Johnson, par ents o the bride. The Rev. C. C. Helaiiv of Burlington performed the m.inlngo rite nt T;n o clock, using the ring serviee. Only members of Iho two families xvcro present. Th wedding party occupied the front pirlor. The couple stood beneath an nreh of evergreen In front ot a largo window. They entered the room together while Mrs. A. T. Arkley played the xxe.l ding march. She also played during the cermony. The bride xvcro n goxvn of ton voile over tan silk. She xvoro bride roses in her hair nnd curled a point d'rsprit hnndkerehlef, the gift of n ft lend. Th deeor,itlon of the rooms, whlrh xxere in charge of Miss Bv.n Tnrbox, xxere vr.v pleasing. The color scheme of tlio parlor was white and green, palms, carnations nnd snillnx being used, The colors In the other rooms xvere principally gieon, pink nnd white, potted plants, carnations and tho ground pine forming liiem. Tlio din ing room was exceedingly pretty. From I until 6 o'clock a reception xvns held, which was attended by about 12.' friends and relntlx'es. The refreshment wore un dor the direction ot Caterer Coon ot Bur lington nnd were erx-ed by six young ladles, friends of tlio bride, They were; Misses Cnro Goodrich nnd Grace Lnmsoii of Burlington, Miss Florence I.xyn of Colchester, Miss Adelaide Morrill of Wllllston ami Misses J. Pearl Tcacliout and Florence Reynolds of this village. These with six other young ladles re ainlned and dined with the newly mnr rieel couple at r, o'clock. A carnation xvns nt ench pinto nnd a pretty featuro of the time wis tho telling of the fortune of the young Indies by n gift concealed in the napkins which wore drawn by each. The couple received numerous benullful and useful gift-, in the evening Mr anil Mrs. Kennedy iitmcd on a trip of nboul a week's length to Montrenl and other plr.ces in Canada and iho Stale nt Nexv York, returning by the wny of Niagara Falls, Upon their return they will reside In Milton, xvherr Mr Krone ly Is Mathm 1'ci't for Hie C'lprnl rrinnnt r Ml x company. Tho niimcroi. friends iq Up- bride nnd many others will regret her departure ftom the place nnd accompany1 her with best wishes to her now home. She. was very nctlve In connection with tho Congregational church nnd Sunday fchool nnd rendered valuable) service in tho choir, nnd In society. Sho was very populnr nnd highly respected, Thoso from out of town who attended the wedding service were tho groem's sisters, Mlsst Margaret and Agnes Kennedy, from Al lona, N. Y., and his brother James K. Kennedy and Mrs. Kennedy from North Wllllston. Thoso nt tho reception were from Burlington, Jericho, Wllllston and this vlllnge. Mr. ai;d Mrs. George Beach bavo Issued Invitations for the marriage of llielr niece, Mls Maude Stlnehour, to Floyd Hnrncr, at their home nt S o'clock on Wednesday evening, April is, WINOOSKh A baso ball club whldi will bo known as the Wlnooskl Baso Ball club has been irganlxed with Dr. K. A. Burdlck manager and Georgo A. Smith, captain. Practice will begin as soon ns sultabla grounds can be seemed and applications for mem bership in tho team will be received from now on. Thie Is some excellent material In this Hinge, nt tho present time and ns snon an the players aro selected a schedule of games will be arranged with local or oulrldo teams. A number of other teams arc being organized at tho woolen mills and the mllltnry post also boasts of several strong teams. Tho two men who were arrested by Policemen Bergeron and A hair In front of the Wlnooskl block for being drunk nnd creating ;i disturbance were brought he reto Justice F. L. Graves in police court Friday morning. Both were arraigned on two charges, Intoxication and breach of the peace, to which they plead guilty nnd were lined and costs of $r,.ln and J"i nnd J", 10 respectively, making a total of K1.:0 each, which they paid and weio dlsehnrged. Henry Conlln, Esq., proto coled. Truant Officer Ahalr has been on u tour of Inspection In the woolen mills and found 13 children of sehool age whom he removed and ordered to school. He expects to finish the woolen mills this week, after which the rercen wt rtts will be vis ited. Jotenh Nannery, tho soldier, who was arrested by the local police early Monday morning was brought before Justice t, L. Giaves in police court, later In the day, and bound oer In tho sum of ?1."00 to await the notion ot the grand jury. In default of ball ho was remanded to Jail. Nannery Is charged with a .criminal as sault upon Mrs. Mary Alia of Bast Allen stieet. Barly Monday morning Police man Bergeron heard a cry ot "police" from the direction of Bailey's block and nceompanied by Officer Abalr the two started to investigate. Mrs. Alia met tl.em near the block and Informed them, that two soldiers had forced an entrance to her apartments, choked herself and husband and otherwise abused her. Tho oillcers searched the rooms and found Nannery but hip companion had escaped. Mr. Alia was brui.-od quite badly about the head nnd shoulders while his wife re ceived similar Injuries and Ir, suffering from fright. A double, wedding was solemnized nt St. Francis Xnvlci Church at C:.1u Tues- day morning. Mass was c elebrated by tho Rev. J. F. Andot, who also performed tho ties nt the first were Miss Albina Mareure danchler of Mr. and Mrs. Kzeb Mareure of LcClalr avenue, and Joseph Brnest .Ii miu. Both young people were attended by their fathers. Miss Marcuro was at- tired In pongee silk, trimmed with white chiffon and wore a large white hat. Sho also carried a white prayr book. Follow ! Inp the erremrmv the hrMril nnrlv were driven to the homo of the groom's p.i lents at No. ;!'! Bat-l Allen street, where breakfast was served nnd congratulations oflered. Dinner was also sered hero from 12 to 2. At 1 o'clock the party repaired lo the bride's home and lunch partaken of, nlier which .lancing was Indulged In until a late hour. Mr. Jasmin is the popular delivery cieik at the store of Frank Car pentler. xxhile Miss Mcrcnro Is one of Wlnooski's fair young ladles. Mr. anil Mrs. Jasmin will m.nkv their home hero. The seeond welding xxas that of Miss Ilnttie Gailue, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Thomas indue, and Frederick Rlondln. Brtaltfntt xvas served at the home of the bride on K.ist fouler street nnd a re ception given in the evening nt the groom's home on Maple Mreet. The remains of Mrs. F. W. Johns in. xvho died here Monday, were taken Tuesday to Molra. N. Y., for Interment. The de ceased xxas Sn yens of nge and a son, F. W. Johnson, Jr., accompanied tlio body to its destination. UNDERHM1. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cady of Johnson, visited friends In town part of last week. Deputy Sheriff F. T. Marbnv, went to Boston last Wednesday evening, being called there by tho illness nnd deitli ol his brother. The Rev. Father Dona hue of St. Albans, was in town last Wed nesday. The funeral of Mrs. Minnie King Sears of North Ferrisburgh, xvas attended from St. Thomas t. Church Inn Thursday morning. Irs C Morse of Jericho, has rented the farm of M. II, Itigers. Tho toxrn schools opened Monday for the spring term. Willlnm H. Martin of South Royalton, xvns In toxvn last week. The funeral of Joseph J. Mnrloxx. xvho died nt Boston last Thursday night, xvas held at St. Thomas's Church Sunday morning at fi o'elock. The Bev. Father Therlen officiated!. The burial xvas In tho Catholic oe meiery. The children of Station Agent c. C. Abbott, have been very III the past texv days. William Mallow and Joseph Sheehy of Brockton, Mass., are in toxvn. Mnriln Kagan lias returned to Worces ter. Mass. G. I. Lincoln and A. C Hum phrey bavo been granted licenses of tlio first and seeopil class respectively. Tho Rex-. Father Therlrti Is at Bssex Junction, assisting at a forty hours' devotion ser vice. Tho Rev. Caleb Tapiiu is pro- pairing to move to instigate. r. t,nrianu xvns homo from Rouses Point, N. Y., Saturday nnd Sunday. The Rev. James L. Benders of Burlington, xvas In toxvn Inst Tuesday nr.d Wednesday visiting friends. Ada C. Prior began her school in district No, fl. nnd Miss Slater In dis trict No. 1. last Monday. J. II, Atrhlnxnn of Morrisvllle, xvas In town Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dike of Ivssex Junction, visited nt B. S. Sinclair's last Thursday Mrs. John Fltzsimtnon's eon llmies verx ill. I. J. Brown ot Hyde Park. Mass., came lo town Monday evening for (he summer month". Willlnm Billing's hns sold bis stage route from Underbill to Underbill Centre, to W. A. Pollnid. K. S. Stneialr xxill sion go to Nexv York Stale for the summer. Miss S.ndlo Slator of Bssox Junction, commenced her school 111 tlio Rose tllslrict Monday. The license commissioners will moot May 1, to con sider the applications of W. A. Pollard. Mr. and Mrs. A. I', .my xvent to .lonnsnu Tuesday, to attend the funeral of n rcla live Herbert Dickinson of Peoria, 111., nrrlved in toxvn Monday for n brief visit xxith relatives. O, C. Taylor of Burling ton, wns In toxvn Tuesday Clifford Smith hns secured n position In tlio hint" nos pltnl nt Waterbury, G, A. Tcrrlll was In Burlington, Tuesday. A hearing In the case of Michael Ryan vs. M. D. Downey, xvns hold last Saturday. SOUTH BURLINGTON, Adam NIor has moved to the farm of John Van Slcklcn, which ho wl 1 carry on. Sedgwick Allen has sold his housu in the city to J, A, Bond. Mr? Alice McM.nhon of Hliiesburgh v sited friends In town over Sunday Mr- nnd Mrs, F C Ishnin of Burlington vMted nt Clin ties Bonn's Sunday, Th Ir many friends wcro glad to see Mrs Isham out after n lone' and ev r iiuv Jell mn' ill 11 1 1 nat-'ois Mi: for sUiidard milk for M.utu SHELBURNE. Mrs. Pearl Coleman, daughter of W. J, Chapman of Tnlcott, died at Shelburno Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tho funeral was held from tho Methodist Church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In torment was mado In Shdburna ceme tery. 11. I. Goodell has sold his house In tho village to p. D. 1'erclval; consideration Jl.tXiO. I'. D, Porclvnl has sold his house and storo at tho Falls to M. I. Goodall for M.fiOO and Mr. Goodall lias sold tho same to G. F. I'eet for 51,050. Kdward Lawrence has tiought ot "Will lam McNeil the hotel property and has began to make somo repairs. Tho license commissioners have granted a license to Kdward Lawrence. There were objections from tho property owners on this street and several petitions against granting a license, all ot which wcro presented at the hearing. The funeral of Mr". Pearl Coleman wna bold Ht the Methodist Church Friday af ternoon nt J:.:, o'clock. Tho BoV. 11. Gullelt of Charlotte ollleiated. Mrs. Coleman was a Wllllston young woman who recently married Mr. Coleman, Tlio husband and relatives have the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement. Tuesday morning nt St. Catherine's Church Anthony Percell and Miss Kate Noonnn wero married by tho Rev. Father Cnmponu. After a short wedding trip the young couple will bo at homo at Mr. Per cell's farm on Dorset f-tieet. The Rev. M. G. Cole, who has served ns pnstor ot the Methodist Church for the pnit year, has gone to Amsterdam, N. Y. The change was made at Mr. Cole's re epiest on account of Mrs. Cole's health, which they termed a fako and began pro lan all recret to have Mr. Cole leave and ceedlns. he will leave many warm friends nnd Constable J. A. Hutchinson attempteil i w'.is coming to Montpeller on the noon e wlll all unite In wishing him and his good to ciuell the disorder. Ho was standing j press, sn,w the body floating In the wife success In their new Held ot labor. near tho entrance door when It was Hung river. On his arrival e.t Montpeller hi Tho King's Daughters of tho Kver Ready and Kvcry-diy Circle will hold their meet ing together Friday at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. K. II. Nnsh. The young people gavo tho play "Mr. Bobb" Monday night in tlio town hall lo a good house. Music was furnished by Prof. Cecil Kgg. Prof. W. It. Whltcomb nnd Master Fred Nndlan. Prof. Charles Leo Tracy has returned to New York city. N. R. Miller hns returner J from attend ing ronferenee at Hnratoga. Tho Rev. Foster G. Heaxr Is to bo tho new pistor of the Methodist Church. J. (". Tracy returned Monday from Bound Lake, X. Y. Mrs. B. M. Weston and Miss Loule Weston go to Cascade next week to get the hotel ready for summer. RICHMOND. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Jloldon of Canada aro visiting their uncle, George Barney. Miss Blanche Vnrney lias re turned from visiting friends In Starks boro. P. A. Andrews is laying the foun dation lor n new house on his lot on Bridge street. There wns a masquerade ball at tho Bellevuc House last week I Tuesday evening of 3D couples. Music xx-ns furnished by tho Berkshire orchestra, ith Hejiry Barnes ns prompter. At an adjourned village meeting held at tho toxvn house Tuesday morning the com mitted on by-laws submitted their report ami It was substantially adopted. It was voted to have the by-laws printed for the benefit of the taxpayers. Tho trustees were authorized to borrow money not to exceed fl.W) to meet expenses. Mrs. Nancy i Bates. TO years of age, who lives xxith hor son, M. M. Bales, visited her son Hiram In Jerleho somo live xveeks ago, an l lias been sick xxith the grip since, was somo xxhat bettor so she xxas able to sit up last Sunday. The case of State vs. Krl ley for unlawful seiiin" ot liquor xx'as continued on account of the Stnte's at torney being engaged In cotintx- court. Mrs. A. K. J.'onbs is having a nexv veran da put nn her house. Miss Hopkins of Hssox Junction will aenln give instruction itl vo,,,i wu. in ,i p viitlK school. - Mrs. Morf-e of Waterbury xvas the re cent guest of C.nllst.n Williams. M.ithew limit left last Wednesday night for Colo rado, xvhero lie expects to meet his brother, who hns len absent nsiny years. ST. GEORGE. Mrs. o. W. Mansfield entertained n few lady friends xxith a quilting party, April P. Mis. C. II. Small and granddaughter. Nora lllnsdlll ol Kssex. visited at M. W. ninsdiU s last xxock. .Mr. ami Mrs. James Millhom xvent to Huntington Saturday, to spend a fexv days. Mrs. Susan Sutton enlertnlned the Saturday Afternoon club April K Mrs. Battle White nnd son of Jonosxille, are the guests of Mrs. Iiurn lllnsdlll. T. B. Hopkins of Buillngton xvns In toxvn Sunday. There xvas a sur prise party at Ira Chase's Friday ex'en- ing. IViiLTON The board ot license commissioners met Saturday and granted a second class li cense to C. F. Skeel.s at the Glenxvood, and a third class Ibensi to P. M. Mans field nt the Kim Trie House. K. A. Trosf, xvho xvns another applicant for a second lass license Immediately made out nn application for a fifth das- license, whldi will be grant, d by the comnilssloners. The licenses are to tako effec t May 1. J. W. Robinson Is very sick xxith erysipelas. Cory Caswell and family ot St. Albans, have been visiting his father, A, B, Cas well. Mrs, Alnnzii Giaves ot Chicago, is m toxxn to superintend xvork on her cottage nt Camp Rich. John Robinson of K.-sex, spent Sunday xxith friends in toxt a Miss Martha Ashley xvent to Buffalo Monday, to spend a fexv days before re turning to nor position In Minneapolis. C. P. Sanderson, Kcgbert Mills nnd B. D. Martin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles L. Sander snu nnd G, N. Wood attended the funeral of Harold Mills In Bssex Sunday. Btliel Chadxvlck began her school term on Brlg h.nm hill Monday. Genevieve .Morgan hns returned home after a several weeks' visit in Pleasant Yallev. Georgo A. Phelps is nblo to be out after an ntt.iek of tlm grip. Miss Mnrglo Dininilck of West ford is spending some llmo with her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Gnnt. HUNTINGTON, At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Bu gene Ring oecurred tho marrlago of their daughter Clnrn, to Herbert Stevens, the ceremony being performed by tho Rev. A. D, Mann. Mr. and Mrs. I. Hatch of Richmond, xxero guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. John F.nrgo Saturday and of Mr. and Mrs. Jabcz Fntgo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Sweet visited Georgo Fargo and xvlfe In Richmond Sunday. HUNTINGTON CENTRE. Srhool commences on East street Mon day with Harry M. Parker of Hytlo Park :is teacher. John Lattroll and family moved to Middlebury last xveek. Richard Peking. Jr . Is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, R. L. Delong at Bristol, Mrs. Mnry Chamherllii ot Rluhmond visited friends In toxvn over Sunday, Miss Km ma Mc-'ue ot Cambrldgo opened school here Monday. Mrs. Sears visited nt Bristol and Lincoln last week. Kiln In Lattroll moved his household goods to Middlebury last week. Several from here attended the drama, "Tony, tho Con vh I," played nt Richmond Tuesday even Inc. CHARLOTTE. The negro minstrel entertainment nnd supper nt the vestry Friday evening, xx'ns moat rntluMnstlenlly received Wllllim V Bench has bought tho Methodist church piopirty at tho Four Corners, Miss Martha Yale has opened her housa for the summer Mrs Josephine Wooster hns returned from Burlington - Curtis nre old nuitouui 'PK the mmiHg' of Miry K, Bin-ell lo Pr V R, Tnlbx ,u tin Coiw .ontlnucd oa thhd page) n IT Norwich University Students At tempt to Breake up Medi cine Company's Show. CONSTABLE ILL-TREATED Thrown Down a Fllirht of Nino Btnlrs by tho Studonts-Placod Two Cadets undor Arrest But Thay Were Forcibly Tnkon from His Cus todyExpulsions Expected. Northlle'd, April 22, Tho Honduras Rem edy company has held tho boards at Con cert hall tlio past week giving concerts each evening and selling medicines. Cer tain Norwich University students conclud ed It was about time to break up the show open violently ami ho was thrown several i drove to where ho had s-en tho nocly ahd feet down a flight of nine stairs. He located it u short distance below tint placed two cadets under arrest but they point. He drew It to shore with houk and w. re taken from him by fellow students, i Hue and sent word to .Mayor Corry. who lie discharged ills pistol twice, but no per-: nt n"-c went down with Health Ofllcer wns hll. (iriinis and the ambulance ot Johonott A crowd gathered on the streets and n "all and brought the Imtly to thi elt small sized riot ensued tnimedl.itely. The It in a fair state of preserxatlon. cadets engaged were mostly freshmen. I m ! Ing Into consideration the time It had The dliticst feature of the affair was the1 been in the water but a speedy burial throwing of a quantity ot valerianate of I was - eessary. The body was prepared nine in the hall. Quiet soon followed. No, tor I unal bv Undertaker Hall and was arret U have been made. Tho show closed .'Int rn d in Croon Mount cemetery at s x early. i o'clock this evening. Funeral services will This action by the students Is stiongly condemned by the university oilielals ami! expulsion will probably bo the fate ot the active participants. C. L. PAINE ACQUITTED Montpollor Jury Did No-. Find Ho Hud Sold Liquor to Minors. Montpeller, Apiil 22. Clarence L. Paine of Barrc, who was arros'e, two days ngi charged with furnishing liquor to Walter iiurKC. a minor, oi ims city, was tried this afternoon In city court before Judge Woodward and a Jury. The claim made by the State xvas that Paine had pur- chased liquor at the licensed store of L. N. Wood, which he had sold to Rurke antl two other young men under 21 years of age who xvcro up for Intoxication last Fri day. Grand Juror W. N. Tlieiiault and B. B. Bailey represented tile State nnd B. It. Davis of B.nrrn and B. M. Harvey of this city, the lespondent, who this evening xxas acquitted. LAUNDRY TRUST MBKTS. Montpeller, April 22. A dozen or more members of the Vermont and Nexv Ilamp snlie 1-nundrymen's association met till? afternoon In Knights ot Pythias hall for an informal discussion of matters of in terest to that craft and to see what could bo done In the way of procuring nexv members. Two addilioml members from Vermont nnd txvo from Nexv II impshin xvc re admitted. This ass icl.ntloq is en de.ivoring to rendi a uniform pneo for doing lautidrv xxork and for commissions paid to agents After the business wns concluded the party dined at Field's res taurant. HOME WEDDINGJNRUTLAND Miss Lilllaa M. Newton nnd G. E. L Padlam tho Contracting Partlos. Rutland. April 22,-MIss Lillian Maria Nexvton was married this evening at S o'clock at tho residence of her mother, Mrs. Walter Newton of South Main street, to Georgo Kdxxanl l.axviente B.ndl.im, chief clerk in the ofiie.; of the Rutland railroad, in the presence of a very few relatives and friends. Most of whom xvere from out ot toxvn. Tho Rev. Dr. George W. Phillips per formed the ceremony. Miss Cornelia New ton, sister of th bride xvas maid of honor nnd Ruv C. P.irkliurst was best man. Wll. Ham Leonaul and Arthur Farnsworth were tho ushers. A reception xvas held from Ti to B o'clock, winch xvas very largely attended by the many friends and relatives of tho couple. MONTPELIER COUNCIL AGITATED Finds Difllcultr in Provonting Incrooaed Fares on th Electrics. Montpeller. April 22. At a meeting of the citv council held this evening the resignation of Dr. J R. Grimes as health ntlieer, was accepted and Dr. William Lindsay xvas elertcd to that position. II. R, Wheelock xvas elected school i oinmlsloner from ward six to tlil the xiennoy caused by tho resignation ot H. '1 Wed tie. Aldeiinan Bergen brought up th metier of the increase of faro fr 'ill five to ten centi em tlio d-dries to Barr". The matter xvns left xxith the mayor and city attorney to in xestigato and report The charter pro xldes thai the faro shnll not exceed llvo cents Ir-lde the limits of either city and that the compiny dull give transfers to nil Its lines. The point In dispute Is whether the lat ter rlnuso includes the main line to Barro after it crosses tho Barro line. The opin ion ot good ligal authority xvas evpressed to-night that If. when tho charter was drawn, It was intended to prevent the fare betxvren the two cities from being more than five cents, tlio Trainers of the charter did not put up the Knr and that there Is nothing in tho charter to prevent the officials of thn electric, road from charging- twice ten cents It they seo lit to do so. VIOLATED QUARANTINE LAW A Putney Mm Charged with Shipping Sheep Out of the fitdte Durintr Quarantine, Rutland. April 21.-Walter M. Wnro of Putney has been bound over to nxx-alt the action of tho federal court nt the Mny term nt Windsor on a chnrge of breaking tlio United States quarantine by shipping sheep outside tho State against the or ders ot the department of agriculture Is sued in the attempt to stamp out tho foot nnd mouth disease. Ware xvas arrested In Putney yesterday and brought lo this city by United States Marshal Field. When brought beforo Commissioner James A. Merrill ho wnrxecl examination nnd xvns bound over to tho federal court In the sum ot J3'it), which he furnished. NATIONAL LKAGITF, STANDING. Won. Lost. Pt t Pittsburg I 1 Now York il 1 7 Boston I 2 .61 Chicago 2 2 i St Louis 2 3 tcui I'l l" d I IM 2 1 i l.rookl . 1 3 A Cincinnati 1 4 .200 BIG FIRE IN BENNINGTON Began In the Putnam Ross House and Destroyed Three Bulldlugs. Bennington, April U. Flro early this morning destroyed three buildings on River street, entailing u loan of .T7. Th" buildings burned wero thn Putnam Hose House, the grocery store of Herbert Hlr.es, with tenements upstulrs and a house occupied by Thomas Delude. The lire started In tho Putnam Hosi House from an unknown cause and burned the hoso cart nnd 2,000 feet of new hoo owned by tho village. The tiro spread to the other two buildings and they wertj destroyed while the flru department was raving th" big department storo of A Drlsdaio & Son, which had a narrow escape. The flro nlarm circuit blng broken by tho burning ot the hoso building, the com panies in the upper part ot the vlllago had lo ho called by messenger, entailing mudi delay. The buildings wero .ill owi -ed bv 11. W. Putnam, who had $3,(1 in surance, nines and Dcludo had no Insurance. SAW BODY FROM TRAIN H. C. Fish of Waterbury (Jets $50 Re ward for Flnainif Body of D&xter Moody. Montpellcr, April 23. The body of Dex ter Moody, who was drowned In tho Wlnooskl river on the afternoon of Mur- h i", was found this afternoon ilontlng nt tho river a short distance below the thr mile bridge, half way between here and Middlesex, ii. C. Fisli of Waterbury, wlm be liei- at a later elate. Tb" Vi which Mr. Moody had in bin poe,-et when he fell in the rlwr was fojrd Intnct by the undertaker. The $50 row lrd off, red by Mayor Corry was paid to Mr. Fish this evening. NO STRIKE Al STODDARD PLANT A Few Masonu Stopped Work Because Tnoy Could Nor, Get Mors Pay. Rutland. April 21 Reports of a strike ni the n tint of the Sloddnrd Manuf.i. - turK (0- werc. ct in motion to-day by u,c .stopping of work yesterday of llvo bricklavers nt the company's works l.t one of the officers of the masons' umon declared to-night that there had been t. ! Siri:f, K.re but some of tho men had stop. ped work for reason best known to them selves. The company to-day secured other masons to take- their places. One of the. members of the firm said to-night that the men who quit worn xx-cre dissatisfied xvlth tlio pay which they were receiving and asked for J3.M a day, W cents moro than they xvere getting, nnd when they wore' refused it left xvork. He said that the oomp.no xvns en fnndly terms with the union and that one of the prominent past officers ot the masons' union had of fered to find men to do tho company 3 xvork. The company had no trouble in find ing men to go to xvork this morning. Tluee of tho men who quit have gono out of tuxvn to xxork and one xvent batk to the Patch plant to-day. TOUR OF THE PARK COMPLETED The President Han EJoyed His Trip over the Snow Fields. Cinnabar. Mont.. April 22. President Roosevelt has completed his tour of the Yellowstone Park. He arrived at Fort Yellowstone nhout noon to-day from Nerrir and to-morrow will Inspect that posi. rieeretaiy I-oeb met him tills after noon and reports that he Is in the host of health and enthusiastic about his trip through the park. The secretary to-night issued the fol lowing statement: "Mnior Pitcher states that the President and lie havo jest returned from their sK lays' trip In the interior ef the pork Tho party xxent on sledges, but used liorf a between upper and loxxer Geyser Basln., and skids around the canyon where ,e was impossible to go without Uiem. T I snow xvas two to five fet deep on ten level throughout the country tmvers-,'. it was getting into bad shape. This is the hrst time the Interior of tho park ha ever been '. Islted beforo the sn'iv we t off by anyone except the stouts i r soldiers on duty at the xarlous stations. (Signed) "LOF.B, 'Secretary to the President." OFFICES COMING HERE Business ot the Hinds Company to Be Done in Burlington. The nexv building erected on the corner of St. Paul and King streets by the O. L. Hinds company xtill be occupied next xveek. Tho office of the comp,nn, which lias 1 een located nt St. Albans, xxill b.i lemoved to tills city Saturday and xvdl be opened in the new building Mondax . It was not tho original intention of tho company lo establish tho main office in Burlington but later developments hax a made the change seem best. Mr. Hinds and his four assistants xxill conduct tho work and in addition there xxill bo tho office force now employed by tho company In the Hnyward block. The machines nnd the entire business of the company In this city will be trans ferretl net xxeek to thn nexv building and will henceforth be conducted there. The nexv building has been described at length In a previous Issue ot tho Freo Prress a.nd It Is sufficient to say tint It Is a model structure for tho work to ba done there. EXAMINATION FOR MIDSHIPMAN. Montpeller, April 21. -Tho local board of civil service examiners commenced this morning at the federal building in tills city u three days' examination of candi dates for the position or midshipman in the United States navy of young men nominated by Congressman Klttredga llarklns and Senator Retinoid Proctor. The names of tho candidates aro Fred J. Dunn of Springfield, Vt., principal; James R. Darling of Bnrro, first nltor nato; Daniel R. Barney ot Springfield ,Vt second alternate; Henry V. Bogueof Nexv port, thlitl nlternate; Stewnrt A. Kiting of Burlington, n third nlternate nominated by Senator Proctor, Is also taking the ex amination. AMERICAN LBAGUK STANDING, A Von. Lot. Philadelphia 1 0 Detroit t n Washington 1 n Chicago 1 ii Cleveland n I Boston 1 Pet. .FX) .Ifoa .tel .KA0 .Oct! .fV) ,0C0 .WO I New Yok i) 1 St. Louis U 1 OA&'JPORIA. Be,tie The Kind You Hub Always Beufhl