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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS t THURSDAY. MARCH 10, lUl.
JL city nws. Mis Maeslo Sullivan stinted Tltc?d;iy nteht for I'ltsiiacnu. Cnt., where she wilt malic her liimir with u sister. The case of C. Ucrry Co. vs. P. U. Kidted Ims been decided by JudRo Haw lilus, Judgment having been rendered for the plalntllY to recover datnnRta of $05.0.! ami costs of $S.w. KrlonilB of Lieut. O. .lean llolden, U. 3. A., will be pltinsod to lenrn tlint his ap pointment to the nink of captain hus been ftinllrmcd by the lnUml States Senate, to Into from December 10 hist. A petition In bankruptcy was lllcd Tiles tJn by Joseph Kahitnlllc, n ntiarrjmau of Itittre. He has liabilities of $".4.50 and npjets if $IS, of which $21 are claimed c. r ill pt t C (tale, formerly of llitrllniilim, ban btsn promoted In the customs department n succeed the late D. 1-1. Loukcs. J. C. J jncs ol this cltv bar. been appointed inn -t-ej-'Snr to Mr, Oale and will be located at Bwunton. "William K. Ilolselle, who 1m been u tlerlt in the grocery Htore or C. A. Itnrher for tho past year, linn finished his duties there and lieKiin Mondnv his new ilutlci s travelling sale-man for the Ciystal I'nnfectlonery company. ('rank I.. Washburn, the veteran paint ir, is dangerously III at Ills home, on Main ttreet mill Is not expected to llo. Ts'ell Washburn, a --on. arrived here je.s terday from Hostnn, belnff called by his father's Illness The i;ih cavalry reKhnentnl band of HI men airivecl In tils city Tuesday nlchl at rbotit seven o'clock from l-'orl Myer. Va. 5'hey took the eleelrle c ars at the depot and proceeded dlreilly to the fort, when they are to be stationed. Two p-titluns In bankruptcy wcie Ided jesterday. Sowi-tt I'liid, a section in. in of fct Albans, has liabilities of U-V anil assets of $100, all of which are claimed exempt V K Hlchards. a lln man of Si. Albans, lias liabilities of $2K. mid assets of 1', U of which are claimed evinpt. Mrs William Cowan died In Slniliuin" 1 1 ' S.Hurita mornlliK at the ufic of f,7 )' irs- She Is survived by two children, imes Cowan and Mrs. Oeoi-Re I'almer if Shclhiiint The luneral was h"ld tro.n her lute home In te.ist Hhelburno l la monilnjrat WTO o'clock, J P V'mnn left Monday for a few cfks trip to California and other places pi Ha Will, yolnir to Los AiiReles by i. i n- l-'.l V.iso and the Southern Pncille in: d an i ret irnincr by way of the Cir.niil j eoi and the Santa I"" road, lie will V" i"i 1 in route by Mrs. Wymnn, who Ills hern siting ill the West for sov ! H wet k- ''' ,.r it M I.aiiKhlln of Noith avenue no' reil a srvere accident T hursdas liladd v idi I if slipped on the uy sidnwalk on f- r street Dr. McSwecney was called ihij Mr McI.auKhllu was taken to the Miry lletgher hospital where an opera tion was performed. It is feaied thai he Jul m sustained a frm lured skull. Mr. Mc 1 '-lURhlin Is 7" years of anc A persistent had cold will run into ron- umptlrm unb ss it is relieved In time. So U is with the little dally wants ol Unpeople-thev tirow m i ion-- if not prompt Iv lllled. on i. in .ill'ord. for Instance, to have that house temmtlesx for a little wliile. Inn when it continues teiinnlless month after month it becomes a serious matter, "i li. timely want ad. ends the trouble Norman Johns, a fanner of I liintlnu ton lib I a pMltion in banl-mptey Sutur diy IK ha liabilities ..f Jji.W.Ol and n.etv or $s.fisfi. of which $io .in- claimed e nipt The liabilities in linle many -mall imioui ts oH'-d in IturliiiKton iii'l icinlty. Tin aids lOIllplise rial estate tilled i. I ji lie stock valued at 2,31111; per ri i r1 propi vty valued at "lea ami other licm ills- Marj Thayer died al the home of In Prolix r Willard Thayer nt Mall-its Jinv Soiida, afternoon after. c short attack t i' Ha grip ami complications. Ml"s Tim y- r li1 rn in Massachusetts -!i year ago i 1 t' r i Ions: timo had been housekeeper fur her brother at tho IVv. The luneral t U plan iinsday afternoon al V.ZU Wire 1 1 i-lii ;r.l by the li.-v .1. T. Ituz-j-rl 1 inierment was made in Colchcs t'i' II izel lincf. daughter of Mr. and Mr I): vid H l'lnof of North I'Vrris 1 1 i-kk died In this city yesterday morn tnr alinut six o'clock. She was 10 years of ino and the cause of her death was at seesses of the head. The remains wcr taki n 'o the undi-rtaklnir room-, of J. I!. Tie i in-K iril hist .-.-eninc; and will be tekii to North rerrisle ruh this mornlnc '1 ie t e ,r 1 will be 'nld from lur bom. pjti roiiv l-'i'.i'k X Siltus. whose store wis burn- 1 i irly Sun-lay morning, retiiined Mon r , eveeinK from his tiii in northern New York rid was st-cn Tuesday liy a J iei Press marl. Mr Snltii" stated thnt Ms lr -- will be about Jvi, he hnvltifr ITau lesiirini 'lin n the stock which whs val la d t 1 pi-) lie will beptn as soon as the insurance claim U tcttlcd to rebuild tie b1 rued part and restock the store. JIi -:pccth to be ready for business hkuIii In about i'oi r or live wei;-i. The water department is k, pt husy day ji.il ripht in rfettln.5 the pipes m the var Imiis p, rts of the city In slu.pe to affoid proieitlon In c-i-e of lire, it is thuutiht th, 1 ti r have been frozen In no h-s.-1h n 1' i dltlete.it places. Members of the d .irtr-imt wiio have seivcd Ihc city for r onuJrrable leiiKth ot time say that tho nrvl'i ha" no' been Interfeied with hi t fri st In the past 12 years. In liDl iho h r ii r ot, f-tirln street was frown but 1 i, nipes tliere wete laid but live feet v-i Men emplnyeo in iliK!;inK-up tho .pi tin-- sprim; tlnd that the lrost has )ir-i etc li.l to the unusual depth of six lei Mr I r I e e Colerette died at her home r of North Champlain and net Friday mornlnc shortly T I ur clock after a hort lllnes.-i wi'l i ueumonia The decoa'-ied, was TO iirs d in-n ami had been In falllnr la ilt it f,,r 1 nne time. She Is survived b f ii r daiiKhters, Mrs. I. I.emoriso ti- I Mrs . cantln of this city, Mrs. M r I'i i tte and Mrs Frank 1,,-ipolnt of I' iIihco, lib, and by one son, Fred ("oler ylt i I lietin-1 Sin- ,is1 leaves three broth rt Anion fii'iuvln Oetave chauvln and A (ti.tijim of lialf-biirKli and two sis. lir Mr T n r liiUniuliaid of Alli-nlowu, N V end Mrs. Antoine Hell of Itotbury. 'I r,n f n i-d was held fioin St. Josi-ph's ,.liiih Sand.iy nftcrtnimi nt four o i loi k, wen iril'-rment iii Mount Calvary c a ti rj CASE ENDED SUDDENLY. tlusllce I'm-Kiif n I 'art of Ills Duti erillet lur Defeiolaal in Mny- I'tiNtim Ciisi- iiic t of llllza II. May is. Olive I'ol not v lilt Ii w as beKuu Monthly In comity co'irt a fomi'letid Tues-day and wen! to the Jury lale in the nftenioon alter m imenlH hut been made by Allen Mar tin for Ihc plaintiff and by I,. I". Wilher Mid M I,. Powell for Hie dclend.lnt. The ( i ,i iiiMdves a book account and sccr.il lib r iltn s ol small amounts. I non tin i 'inclusion ol the case a jury v t irpaneli tl to try the case of ilia Mt -( trniiik llarM'stliiB Machine company v KliAi II May. This la an actlun to let ivet part payment on a nolo kIvcii in li.- ymct't for a harvesting machine. Tho um Involved Is about W- M- Jj. Powell Hini II I'" I frown apiicar fur the plnlutllf -mid V. A 1'iillard lor the defendant, The casi of the McCol'inick llarvcsthu; Jlachine coinpaiiy vs, Kliza II. May, lor which u Jury was emianeled Tuistlay nf Icriioou, came i- an abrupt tin! yesteidny nioriint; owini; In the fact that the Juti- thi ii om whom Ihe t.iso was uppculc.il Jiilleil to lie hale In (he copy of Ihe up-n-al the leilarallon Leave was t'Wen In I lit Hutu tin iliiiarallou and the ease was rouiluui'd J'lic Jury in Hie 1,1,1- ot IJIIzii II May v Olivo l-'olsom. which wii -' conipl( It d Tiles, la i' tinned a vt r ll t for the dolendtiil Red Riding Hood Redder than her little hood Was her blood, So pure and good. Pure, good, abundant blood is made by Hood's Sarsaparilla which expels every humor, inherited or acquired, strengthens all the organs and builds up the whole system. It is The Spring Medicine par excellence used in thousands of homes. " I have been a nurse for nineteen years, and I know of no better blood renrtvator than Hood's Sarsaparilla. It makes pure, rich blood, tonot the liver and Uidncyu and invigorates the whole system. It has relieved one of my friends of catarrh and cured many others of blood dieeaeoe." A. C. Palmkh, Rochester, N. H. Accept no Substitutes for to rci uM r in' costs. Tin- iii' w i.nrier lilal is ih.it i K. Whlteiuiili laicy Ann N'ohli's es tate. Th e is an appeal from the commission!-! - if pott, llled In tin pro bate court, i la- plaintllf presented a bill to the ennuni-sioriers for the sum of $1S7.V.' for care of the defendant while sh was alive. The i state presented an office of !U'i..".'i for board, washiiiK, etc. The commissioners dlsallow-i d both bills Allen M. n tin and I It-own ,V Tuft appiar for the plaintiff and M. Ct. f.eary and V. A. Mill iard for lla defendant. The next i in- to be Irinl is thai Kale H. I!ussi-ll " c. .1, 1-VrRiison. i'liese two CUM--, will occupy the rest ol tin- week. TIIK FAIiM SF.PAKATdlt HUHM. The follow hut. taken from a recent hur o( "Hoard's i lalryiuan " will Interest all ilnii-v farmers: ' It l unite cvkli nt that th mine i-m- lilt inn of i-naniety practice is IrresNtlMy tow. id tie- sepal. ition of eri-itn on the farm bv tie- u.-i of tin- f.nm --eparator and tin- Kalh' tiiur of tin- same iv teams iii. lompelluiG eaii-.!' of this chumre is Hie savnic ol lHbor "lid the i-nst In the trans poilatiou from the farm to tin- eteamery. and the erv urently Iner -.iseil lei dint; Milne of tile skim-mllk." C"ie i annot to-day pick no a paper di -vot d to iii.riciilture or dairy laniiiiiL without ilndini; written somewhei-f in it st pairi's tiie --ame opinion as that expnsM- 1 aboo. Tin- lieinl toward tarm separa tion is so m-irki'd that it appeals to lie a rpl- stii'in of but few Mits wia-n farmer!-wl-ii do not own iH-am separator will b--pr ii'tlcallv uulieaul of. Tin lelll-'lh ol tin- trntl'-ilinn petlnd will ilepenil lam'-ly upon the in tlon ol tin e reami lies tluoUKlioiit til ninlry. Manv Lire, creanietiis formerly inn uu the w-bole-milk -.ystem bavi- I'icenlly. i ha lut ed or are about to enanui-. to the mitlnred ri'i'im svstem and -m- ndvlsltn; their patrons to u -e farm separators, i lie e petli fir of wome of file lTl'i;et ere ', lui-rie- in the world prove-- tint this U i wis.. -,-ioJicv to follow and when cirri' i out intelllcentlv i-iulti in larcely liv-reaseil tiinCit for i'f'tli i realm ryman ind patron The hand ep'irntor benm Is .-ide--preaiI. and c-itberln? force everv day The farm er who I sieptleil in thi-- rec-iid sbo-ild take a look Int-o the tine pl-uit ot the 1). r.aal Pepantor fnmpanv at I'ouch keepsie. and we rion't heitete t- th-ti I.N doiibt-J would be removed bv Ihe pre it li Mvltv that would In- r'Vcnb-d in i very ilepartim ni i Ills eompnnv niakeu tl-- eei 'i-lfii-.-ai ereeni eparator In'-e.it,., i,y till Cll brnted Swedish S-'-i' eti-l ltf,ve rrnric it be-iis. vidi b lin hid an enin-terriii-'d. eoimtnntly lnero-idnr; m,, iice its Introduction twenty-live vrar-i .-mo. At tl est the p.- I.aval machine was made onlv in li-rre sizes for pimer use in cte-inicrles. lint ome ears later the hand ma'dilne was markited and from the out Mi scored a remarkable success The treniendo.is urowth of sales has made it Imperative to enlarge Ihe capaiity of the De I.aval work" everv war. and en-n with (onstanllv lncrc-a--ed facilities 11 has never been posMblo to accumulate a sur plus of machines against future orders. Indeed, with 111" plant's capacity crowded to the utmost, worktop, day and liiiiht In ecrv department, ll is hardly posilde to 1111 the- orders recehed daily from all parts of the country. This condition is true not nnl of tho He I.aval ('otiip'iny. but also of other makers of --i p.iraloi . Tar dalrv farmers ot this eiuii-trv an- -iliv i- in tin fia t tint tho moft profitable way to Iteep cows Is in conjunction with tin- dailv u.-e of a separator and Knmvinir till- fai t are kci p inr, sepai.ilot uncut- bi-sy vi rywherc 1 ,000 RULED PADS 3 Cents Each, Six Cents Per Pound. AT THE FREE PRESS STORE. Durable I'nroitl Kon(ine; is a ttmtfli, won! mixcil fell. Mil united w illi a wiitcr-iipoor coniiioiuid, nnd eonted, eaeh side wifu a Itard i-lastic shell. When Ihe roolinp: is laid, the laps are all eemeiiled, so thnt tlie whiile fool' lieeomes one lare sheet. It simply enuiitil leiil;, if well laid. A little care is all that is necessary to net a thorouojily satis, factory, (ire-proof roof. It is not at all like tarred ronl'in;:. We never r eoniiiiended that, but we do recommend I'aroid, and can rbl'cr yon lo scores of people who are pleased with it. We've sold half a million sipuire I'tet, ami not a complaint. Write for sample ami price. HAGAR BROS.,. Hardware & Paint, Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills. FIRST CHURCH PLANS. I'rnniiNril dilllloii to ( oiiimeioorate the loot Ii olnirsary of lis I 'mi nil I oc. I'l.ins are under discussion for liuildluu an extension on flic rear of the J'lr.-t liniich. whli Ii. it th" church di-c'de.s to carry lln-m out. would add Milwtuntlally In the M'.illtu; i .ipai It. v. The plans protni-e tin- leneihenim; of Ihe chinch by a win dow an I an apse and the prohibit- mov ifl7 ol the oi-Kun and choir to the front. A rctlrliu; room for tin- pastor would also la- provided. Side enttames on either side of the apse lead to the choir and to the pastor's loom and these e.xlls t until be used in Hie event ot a lire to In lp empty the church ciulckly. The pres. tut admirable colonial style of interior liiiMi would be retained but with the propoi lions of tin- audience room chanced lioni tin preent suture form to a longer and uioie usual si.e. The plans have the approval of the pas tor .-inn ol the priiibotlal committee and tile desire of many In Ihe f-nnitrc nation is to sec this plan entiled out and the wotk nll completed before 1'ehruary 5. IW, .on which dale lie- l-'lrsl Church will eele- liratt- Hie l!ih annivcisai y ol its oryan- izallnn. Takes tin- burn oul , heals the wound: cun s tin- m!i . Hr Thomas' l-.luclnc (id. tin hoes! hum i enic , . CENTENNIAL TROPHY. ( iiloiielllliin iiiK 1 nir Mill lie lij- Com. pnnles iiiHli-nil ol' liullt lihiiil". The ciitniietltion tor the centoiini.il tropli cup liv Ihe different companies of the Vermont National I'.uard this year will be by company teams, Instead of by the Individual members of each company. In accordam e with the new method in structions bae licen icsued as follows: Teams will consi-t of twelve oflicers and men from e.u h company, all of whom must have performed "'i per cent, of duty between January 1. l!i, and the tlate of competition, and no olllcer or man shall lie allowed to shoot on the teams who has not leen commissioned or en listed at least six mouths prior to the '!. te of the competition and .-crtillcate ot duty perfoi nieil ,md term of service, snrn ed h, each company commander, must he liirnlshed tin- reqmicntul ordnance olllcer belore the competition. The competition will consist of tin members of each team, llrlmr ten shots each at tia. TiiM and i y-inls and the winners to be ilu- team maklnp the hldi cst auKreiate total on the three ranKes. ilia- minute tlrliiK Inierval will la- al lowed to cat h iaii"c. I. e., tennis will be allowed two hoars al each langi-. Trluuer pull on all rltles must be at least three pounds. Ti ams will lie under iho command of a team captain, who must be a cou fest.ini, and who will be held respon.sllile fur tin- tonduct of his team. IJai'h leaui captain will have iie score of his team e,.rtllied at each ianne bv a r.lllKe olllcer hefoie leavlllR the ra litre tn no to another one. Two siKlituiK sinus will be taken at each laaKc other di tails not toveted by orders will b. governed by t'nlud Ftales lirinpr 1(-K- Ul.lllous. A l least me- olllcer or man will be se lected from each company to make up the team to attend the naliiaial competition In September and as the reiiuli mm nts will prnctli ally lit the saiiio as above, the members of the Slate team will be scdect ed at flic time of the competition. Roofing Burlington, Vt. NEWS OF VERMONT, More Important Evrata Cirouned far Free Vrcin llci!r -llrlhrl Woman lllc nt Af of Ml YrnrR. Mrs. rUrah It. Chapman of llethel tlleil Satiiiday, iiKetl 101 yeare ntnl six months, Tin- funeral services Worn hold Tuesday ami the Hf. J, Hull Loiiff, pastor ot tho ConKroKiUiouu.1 Church ofhcjtatcd. Him wnfi n membr of Woodstock Chafiter, 1), A. I!., hehiK out; of tho fw remalnltiK real daughters, sjhe was for many years a communicant of Christ Church. .She was a well Inforiiiod woman even In her latest years, and took a lively and Intelllximt In terest In current events, .lust befnro her lijeth birthday sho was greeted by Presi dent Itnosevelt on tho occasion of his visit to Undid, and on her birthday sho attend, cil a reception In lief honor kIvmi by the townspeople, at the town hall, personally respondltiB tothccnnjtratulatnry atldres.H's. Last fall she olllclatcd as bridesmaid at the I'leeman-Chlld wedding, CAUUINfi WOOD TO AVM,.MlNOTON. Car after car of wood Is still Ijclnjf liroiiKht from out of town to supply the WllmliiKtnn i-b.-mand for dry wood. He eral of the farmers who have plenty of wood to be cut huvv ftald this week that they are unabh lo rltitl anyone they can hire to cut It at any price. There are cer tainly no able bodied men looklnn for work In town, If therft were tney could se cure a Job of cutllng- wood any day. Prob ably moie people are burning Krrcn wood at present than I'or u Kreat many yeans, If ever belore Quite a number have said lliat this Is tin IhM. year they will be found speinllnp their time searchhiR for dry woo. If coal mu be hail. TO MI'PPHKKS COCIC IMfllli'sl. DodKers offetlnc 'M reward for the con viction of person!) nuitltiB bulldiiiKS for cockiint mains, or uctlon us principals or ntlendiiiB: stn li mains liae been dl ttibutnl hi licliuiilgtotl. Di:ri-:NUAN'i'S' tiwtimonv in p.iin- Nl.VfiTON l'OISONIM.1 ( ASII. 'lie. entire se.tclun of HeimliiKlon coun ty court Wi-tlnesd.lv was taken up b the tletence in flic case ol" Statu Vs. Kupenc Sat Bond nnd John Poyle. for tho alleged polsonltisT of (olfH. Hotli men testllli-d to not knowiim: anythititr about flu- poison Ihk of the colt'. Thej-' t-stlrlil that, the evidence against llu.-m win false: lo Mrs. Ilicks's nlli-Kcd drlukliiB habits, lo fro iiuent ituarrols between .Mr. and Mrs. Hitk-. other witnesses- tcntlficd lexardlnp the sjtne thing The defence Is tryinix lo prove that Mrs. lllck poisoned the colts and lh.it she. probably .tried to poUon her husband with a white powder The testi mony was completed ywerday afternoon and arguments In behalf of the State wre bi-Kini by I-'. V. Arehlbuld. i'lilt'l.i: UKATM OP POWNAI, MUX. Fur a week past three younp men, all ol whn-ii spent their youth in Pownal and bit here to pursue tin ot labor else v. Ik i -, line,. .,,n seriously ill. All three hole tin- name of lUrhcr, thoimh of tlif f 'lent families and bv ,i stranpe coincid ent e. nil died within a few hours of each othei ihe three were Edward Charl"? llarber of Albany. ITdwIn AiiKiistus llnr- , !' r of (ireenfleld. Mass., anl Solomon tl. Harbor of North Adams. PHATII Ol' WOl'l-IJ-BP. si'inni:. Hill ton W. I'arsoes son of .Mr. nnd Mrs. All" i t P.vrsons tif f'atleton. died Wednes day al the home of Mr. a-nd Mrs. J. .Mourn! after annul three weeks' Illness, lb- was "1 ,cuin old. Mr. Parsons at tempted suicide h shooting about three weeks ,iko and ha lain In a critical con dition since, that tlmi;. The luneral serv ices will he held at the home of .1. Mound Thursday afternoon at two o'cloi k. KOI XJ AHSCOXTflNO' rAUtiUTKU IX A SAP flQUElS. Howard P.avellir and (Seorse ICIliol of Hanksulle suited toil last week in par suit of .Mr. Ravelin's daughter. I'kir.i. who left home with Kddle J'ayne. n sol dier who Iftid deserted from Port lOtlian Allen, i nuiiR P.ijne had been staying at Mr. Ifavelin's all winter. i'by traced them to Warren, where they found that tm4j had been Maying at (looree Atkins's Thev had (jot word that they weic beltm looked I'or. The t;ir van found ill a MIKar houst in a holder. YounR Payne was not found Mi Kavclln hrntiKht his daiiMh t"i' home with him. NATloXAI, Ul'Altl) EXAMINATIONS. A special order Issued from the ad-Jutaui-ijeuenil's oftlce says: The follow IliK HHiuctl otticei'H (elect) IncltiillnK those lo be elected in Company A. will report at Hrattleboro at IV a. m . WcdneS'lay, March lr-ai, for examination to Col. .1. fliay Itcy, coinmaiidinK llrst regi ment infantry, president of the hoard of ollicets; IMward P. Wo'idbury, captain. Comiuxny M; KcnwicU O. Tajfgurt, first lieutenant. Company M; On Is H. Parker, second lieutenant, Company M, William A. Kust, second lieutenant, Company B. The tiiarterm.ister-Bneral will provide lor the actual necessary expense of th oflteers-t.-lect, and two days per diem for the members tif the board. i:i;V. .1. K W MIGHT KKTKACT.S. In a public: letter the Hev. .1 Kdward WllKlit of Montpeller rt tracts the Mate nient made hj him at a no-hcense rally that tliere aic i". Bovernment license hold eis In Jlontpfller. He says: "Candor re ituires uu- to pay that I have 1-arned. in couth mat ion of Mr. Kllls's investigation.', thtit I was In etror, In ullirnilriK In a n cent addrcs that 2i I.'nlted Ktate.s special tax let-elptb were held In Montpeller. 1 made the statement In good faith, hnvlntT abundant leason for believing it ooriV' ' and up-to-date: but It prove lo be an tielii history. It was Urn fact m .Mine, l'n:i. but it was not the fuel in 1'eli- ruiiiy. J;a-1. " C .1. UK hi, HOWS TO ST. MUMS. C J. liell of Wuldfli, muster of the einiont State Hranse, has Kone to St 1 .tiiils to altentl a meeting of the National OiaiiBO executive committee to be held March la to arrange far henrttiuarters for the order at the Louisiana purehu: e ex position. iil'KAM CAKS IMtOZKN UOWX. ihc tbnw of 'Ihursday llnodsd the rail road yard ninth of the pav,nKr station n VAU-nrtt-l I rt llw. .lelilll fif elchl leel,..s and It tro::n so suddenly during tliat nlKht tl.at tin. wiuer inn noi navp a euanc" In drain off. and Ihe consequence was the cars in me yarci was nozeii sium in II. c 1,-:iel.- imeuelt:it(nkr ll.'ir.l i,ti-L- .,11 d.iy 1'ilday to release them. BETHEL LODGE. I'tiorlh Xlinlwi'tarr OlisriMil TueilHy llteniiiK In n llaiuiy tlminrr. plris:,nt ofi-,,hlon Tue.'Iiy was the i eli I r.i t Ion of the fourth unnlv-rsaiy of the orsani.allon of llethel l,o1ge by Us mt mber.s ni ni fiiendii llethel Ijinlge s a Hebrew lir.iueli of the order of Knluhts of Pvthlas and Ihc; festivities Included a bnn fpiet anil a varied profnimme, followed bv dnneliiK. The til ft part of Ihe even iiii? was clven over to inilnlcal and literary numbers by members nnt Invited friends and tntinded Misses Mnwsovltz. Frank ami MIhIicI, and Mosfts It- Kornbltim of Neiv Vork and Jacob Krank of this city. At the close of the programme the parly repaired to the bainuet hall, whim an elaborate spread aw ailed them and to which 13i people rat down. After the Inner pci.ion wa. sallstied Constable M. MIMicl as toastniaster aiiise aud Introduced the sp.-akcis In turn whu responded to the folhiwIiiB toasts: "llethel lioe," II. II. ltosenljeiB, P. C. ; "My Unty an a Knlghl," Max Samiiclson, P. "'Hie I.adlen." M. (I. Itoienberir. P. C ; "(lood of tin- Order," I. M. Itit-Ksleln. 'Vlca-Chaiict-llorslilp. ' Vlce.Cbancellor I), .1. Nlebcig, ' C. (, lsadoie Colodliy: "Iteceptlou of llethel I.oiIkh." .lacob l-'rauk. All Urn sieuker.H icpiicii in a hapiiy m.inni-r find wore well receive, 1. I'olluwiiiK the post-piandl.il ex iiiises iluiiiiiu w.ih IikIiiIbciI In until a lale hour. Blank "Books thi: ruin; i'iu:s a-hik utio.. THE WEEK'S NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 5. Uardljr a word of news from seat of war; now gecnis clear that story of a bombardment of Tort Arthur by Japan ei on Fb. 2t Is nothing tnoro than n re-echo of previous attacks; evidence accumulates that Japan tins thrown great army of more tlinti 100,000 men Into Korea Fourteen persons killed by collapse of skeleton of big building t New York; contractors and owners had been warned that It was unsafe President Smith of Mormon church testifies nt ytnoot hearing that he still believes in polygamy, It having first been commanded to the church by "an angel In black" Three soldiers at Kort Terry dmtd and two dying as re suit of drinking wood alcohol Police looking for Carl K. ltrlghuin, aged 21, tn connection with murder nnd robbery of Mrs. Hmitli at Londonderry, N. II William II. Marvin begins iiilnd yearns commissioner of Boston and CambrldKe bridges Charles Dick of Ohio elected to the United States senate for both long and abort terms Chief Murphy of Tammany ready to battle with Hlil for an tintnstrueted delegation to the na tional convention President of Rural Carriers' association makes strong plea for higher wages Both branches of congrosn working to avoid controversy over expenditures (iovernor Odell was not called to Washington by the president: former asked for conference Sir William Van Homo tells: of bright conditions in ruba Trouble in (Jermnn Katneruu due io eccentric conduct of district conimlstsioner and fbe theft of a lantern. I'RIDAV, MARCH 3. If dispatch from Vladivostok to ef fect that -."ilM) Japanese troops landed at Song Chin. Plnltsln bay, nnd imme diately started west by north for Muo furclian be true, tho Japanese liavr be gun a daring raid; locution commands important points in .Manchuria- f!reat pr.iitie fire sweeps over large section ot Oklahoma: at least four lives lost and 1000 persons homeless President Joseph .Smith of Morman church con fesses (hat he himself continued to co habit with his plural family since the manifesto of IWtO. and lliat he realized fully tti.it lie was violating state laws Wallace II. Ham, stlf-confessed em bezzler, waives t-jcaminntloii at Huston and is remanded lo jail, hall being flxed at f 05,000: new accusations made ngniiut him Pittsburg in danger of serious floods Wisconsin to havp a new state cnpitol Last dividend paid to stockholders In Chicago fair Threo women killed by a train at Wal llngford, Conn Maryland house of delegates pusses the "Jim Crow" bill Plans for two large Diuikaid col onies in northern Texas Many aiel- dents to shipping lu New York, owing to thick fog Ddlcatiou of the Bradford Durfee Textile school at Fall River, Mas Crank invades war department and shoots a messenger in tho back LuA obstacle to the entrance, of the Wabash railroad to Baltimore removed Mrs. A. I-:. Trask murdered at Beverly. Mass., hy Joseph A. Hastings, a bartender -Hearst said to be buck ing Bryan for tho I'nited States sena- torshlp to succeed Dietrich Kiftoen known to ho dead as result of tho col- lapse of building at New York Posr- mnstVirat McClung. Ala .and blsbrother arrested on charge of being counter feiters William II. II. Murray, author and lecturer, dies at liis home, Guilford, Conn Winter naval maneu vers end: plans for a cruise to the sues call for money to make first pay ment to Panama Rx-ProsldentClev land denies thnt he ever entertained the negro. Taylor, at luncheon Court of cassation takes tip Dreyfus appeal for revision. SATURDAY, MARCH 6. Sixty American marlm s sent to guard premises of American Mining company at Unsan, Korea, reported to have been etred by Russians; Japaueao con centrating forces for invasion of Man churia Brlgliam, alleged murderer of Mrs. Smith of Londonderry, N. H., slips through lingers of Boston police Gloucester schooner Lizzie M. Stan wood wrecked off Sable Island ; crew rowed 110 miles in dory to Ooldsboro. N. B "Dissenters" In A. O. V. W. bat- j ter down doors of Headquarters at Bos- I ton and take possession President I Smith of Mormon church defend polyg- 1 amy nt Smoot henrlug Dr. He Nor- niHiidlc, Unitarian clergyman, killed in runaway accident at Danvers, Mass I Massachusetts railroad commissioners decide that Boston and Northern mll- way It not charging excessive fare tn I Wakefield Fire at Burlington, Vt, causes losu of ?a.j,000 Audltovs re port treasurer of Wolfboro, N. If., short $(1300 Cold wave checks flood In western Pennsylvania; no further danger Murphy has completed plans to control the New Yorl: slate Demo cratic convention Rev. Russell U, Conwell declares modern churches are dying because of Indifference of pnstors and congregations National board of fire underwriters considering pinna for increasing rates on congested districts In large cities Canal commission makes pis us for going to Panama Captain Charles A. Converse to 'ie chief of the bureau of ordnance Con flicting opinions as to t lie effect of the "original package" bill If passed Tremendous earthquake in Lima, Peru Count Von Waldersee 111, and Is los ing strength Sharp battle in Urn guay in which rebels are routed Pre mier Balfour denies that he ever has advocated protection, SUNDAY. MARCH ti. Japauftte nrtitlco again deceives Rus sians at Port Arthur: Japs sent toward the harbor of a fleet of lumber rafts with lamps attached to their masts; Russians mistook them for warships, and wasted ammunition In au hour's tiring Trovldence and Pascoag street rail way Issues bauds for new electric Hue Two missing fishermen of schooner Actor picked up off the Massachusetts coast Dynamite explosion near La- trohe, Pa., spread death and conster nation Ronton police to adopt thumb marks as menus for identifying rogues Superintendent Maxwell of New York city says that teachers are under. paid Trolley road brings $10,000 suit agoinst Amesbuty, Mass., selectiueu Report of postoflice committee will bring up postal scandal lu house Senator Hale says America mind ami will keep out of Oriental complications House passes Indian appropriation bill (loveiiior Odell scnes uotlco on all Hint they cunnot meddle wttli hid political imt."s - -Boitott police watcn lug all outlets for Hrlilinin, suspected of New Hampulilre murder President of Mormon church denies right of con gress on personal conduct Inquiry Count Von Waldersee, Herman's great est general, is dead Appeal of Drey- fus for revision of Rennes trial is granted. MONDAV, MARCH 7. Kleet of fif e Japanese bnttleslilpsand two cruisers appear off Vladlvoalok and bombard 1 lie (own and shore batteries for r,r( minutes; only Russian reports at hand, which say five persons were killed; St. Petersburg doesn't look for big land fighting until late In April; London says attempt at Intervention would be considered an unfriendly act. by Japan; Russian government will furnish protection to American miners at. t'nsiin, Korea Bablrleau Went wcirtli killed In flgiil In loggingcamp.it Duinmer, N. IL: Poler Rosseau under arrest Three more bodies recovered from wier-k of Hotel Darlington, New York, ninklng death list of 20 David Sears of Boston, graduate of Harvard in class of 1817. to give college $.riO,0(H) Four new cases of diphtheria on training ship Mouougahela; 17 cases In hospitnl Lyceum theatre and big block at Llmirs. N. V., destroyed im probably Incendiary fire Joseph, Thaddcus and John Savole, brothers, perish in fire at their home at Black River, N. B Cote business block in Berlin, N. IL. destroyed by fire; loss SSo.OOO-- Injunction granted against claimant otHeers of grand lodge. ,. , IT. W- -President Roosevelt gives -filler in honor of Speaker rrothingha'i of Massachusetts legislature for mer Congressman Walker, denounces the inheritance tax as unjust John K. Kimball, well known Haverhill, Mass., man, confesses to misappropriation ot funds -Trench cabinet on verge of a crash: niueh depends on Deicasse ICing I'dward behind plan for army re form, opposing Lanjdowne and Brod rick. TUESDAY. MARCH S. Russian fleet reported cut off from Vladivostok and in danger of capture; Japanese fleet hoverin? outside "far eastern Gibraltar." ready to attack at any moment Schooner Cardner C. Deeriug of Bath. Me., valued at $90,- 0(io, sunk by s'eamer near Old Point Comfort: crew saved Present may ors re-elected in all except three of 11 Maine cities holding March elections Crrat mob storms jail at Spring- Held, O . and takes out negro murderer ami lynch him- Floods threaten e- rious dnmtije in western Connecticut Breaking of carboy of acid in prop ping room of the Fiberloli! company, Newburyport. Mu$s.. start Are which tuused mnuernty loss of more than i7),00u- Susfi"Bhanna river rising two inches an hour- -Pneuiaooia atirl crip epidemic In New York- - Three trainmen killrd in Missouri I'acifit: col Islon Two theatres burned at t'l 'nir.i. X. V.: lo S200.000 - Denial of rcpoi'i that Commander Booth-Tucker is to retire- Mine Workers' union de lays reply to operator as tn wages- -Mavor Harrison of f'hieago placed on the "unfair" list by the Federation of Labor Massachusetts claim for re imbursement of expenses incurred in raising teiinteers for the Civil war Is cut about SI. OOO.'.H in by Comptroller Tracewell- -Consols touch .sr. .IS In London, another low record. WEDXKSDAV MARCH ft. I Rumors of sea tight in which Japs t-ap-! tlltv Vladivostok Heel; Russia threnteuh i to nullify Chlna'i neutrality declaration i I unlets ileni eiln t -cms bv Chinese bandits ' are popped Apostle Lyman. In Sliloot hearing, adliliis ilisobedienie of (Sod ami coiintiA s laws, live Mormon a)ostles bc'-lrU- himself coin-tiled to be polygamists ('.intelliis- Calveritionis. a Creek, murdeis ConsiiiieChysonras.il fellow count ryman. al Taunton. Mass Death of Cs plain Nathaniel C. Bar ker, long assistant i lnef of SoinerTille, Mass., fire department i'arher and Stein, tlie counterfeiters, arrested in New oi k, sentenced at Boston to te forinatory for three jeuis- -Newftu. mil ii wants the Hoton ami Worcester streel railway enjoimd from oierat ing cars over a trestle in that city--Serious danger from tloorls m Pennsylvania- Cloudluii'st does serious damage near Dixie, Wash Floods check street railway truffle at Notth .iniptou, Mass - - Five hundred cases of typhoid fever at Watertnwn, N. Y -Chicago committee reports thiTt there i nii graft In the city Locomotive' iclescopetl at West Berlin. Vt.: one ui.ti killed Will of the late Sarah Schei met horn of Newport, K. I., leaves 'mi. in iu to charity- New York legislatim .ay pass stringent laws to juoei-i ice gambling Tammany l.eadei Murphy declares lla lias no eand'niati i ml is ainlous only to nominate il' i wrongest mau- Panama Canal con. puny ready to transfer conceslon Renewed rumors of approaching cab met crisis in Bngland Alleged move in France for a military expedition to Brazil - Uerr Bebel, Socialist leader, crtriclses the derniau army system-- -German army olllcer poisons his wife, three children and himself Preiuiet Combes- appeals for extension of legls Intion relating to religious orders St. Petersburg academy of science of fers .SlITfai reward for Information of Baron Toll, the Arctic explorer---Grand Trunk shareholders ratify agree ment for a tirand Trunk line to the Paellic. ENTERTAINED BY CAPTAIN. Member nt Conipiiny II al rni"r I, bill. '1'iiKUnrl IIi'sIkiis, i he meiulier.s of i 'on-.p.i n 51 were finloiiuined last menliiK lo dpt. 11. I'. Woodbury at the armory after tho reg ular drill and monthly nieetlna. i'ho reli esliiueutH were served by Mrs. Woodbury and Mr. i II. Talker and Miss Lillian Warner plajed selections on tho piano tlurintr Ihe evenlnir Af ter the refreshments a social hour was enjoyed At the biiflness meotlntf of the com pany the resignation of First Lieut. F, . TiiKnart was announced and an or iter mils Issued callliiK an election to bn hold Maiili s to fill tlie acani-v. Lieut. i'.iKBaii seined iluiinjr the Span-Ish-Aiueiiciin W ar as 111 nt serueant and was elected li iileiuiut w lieu the Na tional ( i uu ril was reoruatil'ed at the clime of tlie wai. lie will lie placed on Ihe retired list, baling hopmmI la ye.iro. It w.ik usii announced that Curp Canipbell had won tlie Wells nn-tlal for ll.e best score oil the nib- rjoae. Ms .IM-lilKe heliiK 17'4 i Ik luile folk- loi Dr mm way I'i a- s inp. liea.iai I in lak In ll bainiless po Him i all ' u i o.ls Iruiiihiti aslbiiia pel THE FESTIVAL CHORUS. Possibility nf ii Cimccrl In .lune with .Scliuiiinnii-llclnk. Nicrn was a larire atlendaticn at tho f5- llval choritt rehearsal 'i'mwhiy night, not withstanding the exceedingly unpleasant contlltloni under' fool. Hever.il of the chnitinoM In "The Holy Cltv" were .sung and there was a illseusnlon as lo the tlinn of the next festival. A hitter was road Irnm .Mr. Chapman, saying that he hail decided to change the time of his Malm fc.sllv.ila, which base hereloforn Imme diately preceded the one In Vol intuit, from October to June, In order in havo tho services of Mine. St Iniiiianii-IIelnl-:. mwl suggesting a like chango hern. The pentl inent of the choi us sieuicd lo bo against attempting to hold a festival in .lutm be. cause of the school and i oll'-go commencement- and oi her mertlngi which Would t, ml to make the audiences stiialht' than tho naturally would be at almost liny oilier time nf flic vear Ottohct seem ed lo be the lictt time, especlallv If th f'-sflial cool, l i virk Ihe opening t tho nw opeia iiiiimi. hall. II was suggejled that Mr Chapman might be Invited to brtnjf Siiunnan-I Ii Ink and his festival m-li -lla laic for one t onei-rt in .lime i noiftnii with Hit- festlvali In Mali. II was iloeicpd to nhnudou Hie pin I'r.r a ladles' mln.-.trel show under tin m rrction nf Mr. Leonard, but ir Hi. ,u e iniitcrt noes not materialize ,n , it'.irt nun l in.nle to pn-senl no in -1 1 bnn ni of thi character under the ilirc lion of Mr. Wilder or Montpeller, m' -oin ml., r man who has piovi-n his ohiht in t'W dlrtciio,!. Mr. chapman will l- u is. r. Ilngton to-day. and there will he an i -Vt! I ivhrttrs.il at the V M C. A. hall tills ewiuufr, al which he will lie prei cat and when al! lie . malt rs will be tils. ii.se,l ,nid prnbnl.lv d"iip,. MARRIED. SMIi:f. I. I-'Y WILSON At tl-e Methcdlst Kplstopal liav-onage, Mouses Point, N. V., Martli II, b-- fbe Itev C. II. ttlchmon, Samuel ,. Shellev. Kso . o Oorsnt, Vt., anil I..m1 1 Wilson of liutljnd. 't. DIED. C'W W-In Sbelhiirne, Mrch 4, Mrs, Charlotle ( ellnrs. widow of tho late Wil liam Cowan, lu hoc oTtli j i-.-i c. i;-!o--Tn this tity, March 7. at :3) p. m , at tlie i ge of ; years, ('apt. Not man 1". I'.'ste.s. Do You Hold a Position or does the position hold .iu' That ij the ttiestlon' Jt is belter to hold a, good position because oi vo ir ability your value - than lo i ae ,i poor fior I -tlon ho'd you hecnii'e ton an do nn bettei Our method of f.i. hins COMMERCIAL COURSE, SHORTHAND COURSE, TELEGRAPHY COURSE, CIVIL SERVICE COURSE, will n-tike oii ompetent to hold 4 position of linpurtanie. Vermont Business Colllege, 110 Church St., Burlington, Vt. Arsene Boucher, Funeral Director and Embaliner 169 North Stras;. Luriington. Nishi a'l i'.-l. -phone ,-nll. I'l-'.i i'i; fii-:s T'Ti;i.s vs. i. Mtociii.i.r.. I'Ki'KIl Nut i e i- 1 1 - -1 . . l, that bv I II I lie uf all e, (iltlon 111 tin- ,,l.ove-entllb-l cau.-l.i lu ii. ilir.i t,.!. I will i,t Hiulincton, Vt . on ll"- f.illowinu- d.-.s-i-ribed preinisi.s aL the dMellliiK house- on tie- fuurtb il.i -.f Xpl'il. I'OI. ni I. 'll o I,,,!; in tin- lor. i, it.-. r.ell siibbet in any inortaace ur i i . uin btaiice ..-1, l,v the ItiirhiiKt.iii J'i iblt-.i; and 1. nan asMiei, ition at pill ii .-iii.li.ni to Co.- iimli,.st I. rt- to sntisiv s.urt , (.. tuliijn tin- tollowliiK deserlbi-d land and real i-i.iii. to wit: Ilelnir all and tbo ...mo lainl- ami leal estate eoneyed lo s.ild r.-i.r J . it... I). II bv Maty .. Shaw and Fnuuv i: Shaw, exocutiicf of tho I isi will and test.imeiil of William ti Shew, wbn b iiiiiM-vaneo i.s duly recorded on paste Ui. 'iunii- IJ ol the laitd records ot tlie tit ot Hut IIiibIoii. with tho bulld-nik-s thereon situate, b.Minr Ihe lot num. bered ".'i .is u I down mi a pjan nf pron erly ol' W. i;. Shiw, recorded in lolunin ;r' on p.ij;e ie- of the land records of .said eitv ol Hiitiiimton. belmr llie ineniises ott t.'h nor'.b slli nt Anbil ald street in said tity ul lltnlincton eonini.nih hnown iia nufibi-i- ,nd prop.rtv belns now occu pied bv said Peter J,arn. m-ll. l'.it. il .it Hiirllncton, VI. thi- .Ui J iv el .March, A. 1'., pull. C. T. LORD, ii.v.U. Heputy Sheriff. KSTATK UV AMIKBT C TUTTL1) OK1 lll'lil.I.N'dTON. STAT I' OF YLKMONT, District or Chit-u-iulen. To all persons e ineernd In the estate ot Albert C. Tuitle late of liui liiiKton, in iilil district, deieasi-d, OUUETING: At a li-uhafi- Court, holden at Hurling ton, within and for the District of Chitten den, on th'1 jtli day of March, loot, an lustrum- nt purportluK to be tho last will and testament of Albert C. Tattle, lale ot Hiiilitifc-ion. in said dUtrlct, de. tensed, was prcs -med to tlm couit nfore taid. for pioliste And it ta ind r. d by said Court that the L'lth il.-iv of M u-i ii. lfi'l. at th- rrobil-i Court looms in said Uurlhigton. Po as li:ned fur proviui; said instrument; an-i that notice tbeieof lio civen to nil ptisons concerned, by publishing this or der tbieu weeks suci t.sslvely in tho Hur Itinttnn Weekly I'i ee I'ress, a. newspaper publlhed in said Hvrlliifrion, proloii3 to the time appointed. Therefore, you are herebv notified to appear before sl,) court, at the tini" and place aforesaid, and contest the probata ot ild will. If you l.ac cduse. (Jlven under my hand In nurliiiKton In raid dij-irh't. this sih tlay of Mnrtb. pmt. MAISL'lSLLl'S A. IIINHII AM. " ( .IlldKc. 1ST A'l li OC ANTHONY J, lTr.CIU.lv, PlILLHL'tt.VU We. tl e suIi-sl libers, havltiR been ap pointed by the Honorable the I'robat Court for the District uf Chittenden, com. mlssloni-rs to re lie eamlne and ad uist tlie claims .mil demands of nil persons ap ib si 1 1 . - estuio of Anlbonv .1. Putvi II. lite nf Sliolburne, In sail illslrlcl dei cueri. and also ail claims and demands evlublted In oflset thereto; and i Ix moi.tus fiom the d.iv of.the dato herein limn; allnueil by "aid court for that pill pose, we do therefore bertdiv nlvn notice that we will attend to the duties of our npimr.tmect at the tato residence of Ihe de-, as.-, it Sh-lbnri'e, in s,,, frlct on the first Satnrdins ol April and sicptembet next ut 10 n' lm k a m. (n en h ni' said Dated this Mil tlav of Mar, ll. V.sH. WAI.TKI1 IMbMI'.i!, lUYlNll KIJ.IOTT. r.,wPt i'i in nilsslouers. L.sTA-ri: OK NOIlltlS 1! MlLl,l-;n op SIlllLlll'llNi:. Ve, the subscriber?, havinp beep ap. poinled by the Honorable u. ioh.ito Court for the District of Chittenden,' com mlssluncrF. to rticelve, examine and adjust the claims and doiuandu of all person niriiinst the cslate of Norrls 11. Miller, late of Shiiburne. lu said district, deceased, and also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto; and six inoiitlm from the tlay of the date hereof helm; al lowed by said Cnuit for that purpose, n do therefore lii'reb ulin notice that wo will utti'inl to the duties ot our appoint lilcnl .il the lale resident e of the dece denl. in Sbeliiuriu . Iii said ilislrli t on Ihe llrst Manila- s of April and September iieM. al la o led; a in on each ol said da vs. I ilt d Ibis M d.n of Maicb. l'.ml 11 f. ritiODSlll.l., 1 1' i-MITM. :.". 't Collll.lls: loin i -s Lead Pencils r i mi: rum; riu:s. ,im i vtiii-n. a