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THE BUM TNGTON FREE PRESS-; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1905.
CITY NEWS. A tcli ion In bankruptcy was filed Snt Urdu;. ly Lewis Tutro, n Inborn' of Rprlniiflt Id. Ho bus liabilities of $4iw nml assets ui St.V), of which !S nro claimed exempt. Judgment was rendered Friday In city court In (ho cuso ot Norton & Johnson vs. D. D. MoOIUIcuddy. The plaintiff Is to recover damages of $84.47 und costs uC S10.12. At it meeting of. osteopathic physicians In Boston on Saturday a New Kiiglatid association was formed and lr. (I. K. Loudon of tlilM oily, who tend a paper at the liu'ill IK. wan elceted vloe-pro.-idoltt. A. f. Austin left Motnlav for Pun mint, wlit in ho has n, position In the, construction of thn 1'anaina eanal. Mrs. Atiftln and their two voiix, Charles ana l.otils, will leave for l'aiinina In about t inontb. It. U. Stone and 13. .1. SpanldlliK left Krid.-iy for Now York, und sailed F.iltirdny on one of thu Ward line steam t rs for Havana, Culm, where, they will u main about a month. They will nlso vli.lt other Cuban oltlff. petition for dhoreo was tiled Snltir il i in tin. iiiunty clerk's olllco by Ida M. K-.ti'. i r Kkm'.v vs. Brnest i. F.stey. The c.roiinds alloRed arc Intolerable severity, il'oitlon und refusal to support. The i use In returnable at the March term of nurt, V. T. Scott, rop'-osentlmr Tlmxtr Scott K- Son of I law ley. Jlas.. was In town estcril.iy looking for Ayrshire stock, lie i i. bargained for two cows and thrco In lers from C. W. Ihnerson's herd In ( , trlnitc- and a bull calf from 1.. S. J irn s herd. Mrs. Muria Cotloy, wife of M. 1!. Corley, dud at the I'rovldeuce nrphfinnge Thurs day tnornliiK between twelve and on.i tori; Tin- funeral wns held fioni the chapel at tlie orphanaRe Friday niorn iiiK at einlit o'clock, and Interment was In St. Joseph's- cemetery. Abel 1a Owen, a long-time resident and respected farmer In South lturllnston ilied at his home in th.it town Sunday at the .ice of it yfars. Mr. Owen Is sur vived by one son, F. A. Owen, who ro- ilcs In the West, and by a daughter, Mrs. Una Sherwin. who lived with hor f t er. i wo petitions in bankruptcy were tiled M mtlay Joseph Foiricr of this city has 1 abilities of pi and assets of r.ijii, all of which are claimed exempt. 7'rceinan T. AValton. a laborer of Uonooul, has ll.tblli t i - of $111 and assets of $2ir.. of which 5". ,tr" claimed exempt. Ilonce W Halley, United St.i'i s tn.-ir- l;.il was uithls city Monday and nt the et'.lcc of Clerk George K. Johnson iliew grand and petit Jurors to servo at the February term of T'nlted Statos courts to be held In thin city. The time for noting cases for trial at this term of court will expire February S. I'he damages caused by the bursting of u vvnter main in Wlnooski avenue several weeks ugo have been satisfactorily set tled by the water department. The ehitn hkcs mummied' to 433.12 and were paid to the occupant:; of the I lay ward block and adjoining property. The cost of help Miiounted to $16''.'. Thoma.i Kerns was ariostid Fil day on a charge or fiuvlng stolen an overcoat from the boiler room at the shop of Spear Hros. The coal was Milued at about SL'O and was owned by Mr. Fvuus. It was sold to James Flue, wlio operates a second hand store, and was found thero by the police. I'he poles which it is necessary to set in some of the streets in the Installation of the new municipal electric lighting plant have been shipped from Ottawa and will be placed in position. Immediately upon their arrival In the city. The Iced pumps and the condenser 1 nve arrived at the plant and are being installed. The selectmen ot South Burlington nut Friday to arrange the check list to bo used at the March meetliiK. The names of all dolinnueiil taxpayers were secured from F. K. Lord, lax col lector, and they were stricken from the lists Disfigured Skin Wasted muscles nnd decaying bones. What havoc I Scrofula, let alone, Is capable of all that, and more. .... . , It Is commonly marked by bunchos It) the neck, Inllammatlotis In the eyes, dys pepsia, catarrh, und general debility. it Is always radically and permanently rttred by Hood's Sarsaparilla Which expels nil humors, cures all ertt;e Hons, and builds tip the whole system, whether younif or old. ItondTMlli eM'r51(Snili I'm Imn trtffstliiK pi oiiljlirUeJoJkjfinoAS'ir.iir.i.rlli. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from 4th page.) C J S.Jt-H. GREEN TR1PING V, STAMPS $500.31 : (Ipot-Ro D. Sherwin of this city, $,".1S.00; Henry, Wood ,v Marshall of I'luttsbtirirh, N. Y., HOLS": 1-2. It. Tnr bell company of Huston, Mat.., Ifiifi.S'i. Thu FlatisbufKh II rm was the lowest bidder but they specllled other llxturca than those asked for ami the bid will go to thu Northern Electric company, who aro nt present doing the electrical work al Fort Uthun Allen. "iiirlield C, Ilawes and Miss Kinm.i lio.se Oemper wore milled In mnrrliiKe In Ihe parlotH of St. Joseph's Church hist tsvottlfiur at c.ichl o'clock. The cetemony wan performed bv the lit. Itev. Mgr. C'luareo In the pre-once of a small gath erlliR of relatives and friends. TlvV wero atlendeil bv Miss Fuutile Ucinpcr as maid of honor, and by Frciletlek Pauper of Wntcnnns us best nun. Aftcv a short wcddlUT trip, Mr. nnd Mrs. lluwcs will reside lit "No. ii' Clarke street. The l.tlde'H own was a creiitlon. of blue Inulard and she cartled a bmitptft of white carnitlons. AmoiiR these I tout out of the city vho attended the wcddlnR wern Mr. tind Mrs. John Dompef of Vet-Retmes. PROBATE COURT. Mini.ninry of Bulnr Trnmaeted lur lnK (he Wrrk KndhiR Frhrunry 1. Kslate of Mary K. Partrltlse, HurllnK ton. I2xccutor's Inventory: commission ers report and executors nnai seme- inent tiled. Estnto. of Ann Dray, Burlington. Set tlement and decree. Kslate of Itobert M. Van Sicklcn. (minor) UurlhiRton. License to sell real estate grunted. In.rn estate of Austin Mallcy, liuillnR tou. Ounrtliun'x annual iiceountltiR tiled Kstute of Myron S. Joni, IturliiiRtou. Will proved; IxUlni M. Jones and A. tl. Whlttemore appointed commissioners; Fred Johonholl and 12. J. Uooth eonimls sloneis and appraisers. In re Kindle Delair, HurliitRton (Insane). Committed to the Vermont State hospital fur the insane, at Waterbury. In re, Anna L. McCarthy. HurllnRton (liiMine). Committed to the Vermont State hospital for the Insane at Watcrbury. lu re Kdith Man Irish, HurliitRton (minor). Ceorgo S. Irish appointed guard ian. lu re estate of Klhn Anna Irish, et nl.-., South llurliiiKtou (minors). Anna Teressu Irish appointed Rtiarihan. Kstate of Kllzubeth M. Strain. HurllnR ton. Admiui-trator's final account tiled. 12tate of Marparet Clark. HurllnRton. Lltenso to sell real estate granted. Kstate of Mary 1''. I'revee, Colchester. Louis I'revee, Sr., appointed administra tor. Kstate of Johanna Sullivan, Burling ton. Will Hied for probate: hearing Feb tunry is. Kstate of Hiram 1-2. Adams, Burllncton. Kxecutor's Inventory tiled. Instate of Charlotte M. Falrchlld, Mil ton. Commissioners' report filed. team lend by n score of 15 to ft, An In jury to llnvey's eye at the beRlnnltiR of the second half crippled the Jtethel team, llluvey ItavhiR thrown most of the roiiIh In the early part of Iho Riime, Hethel ! lown oftleota will moot ut Wilson's ofllcu February 1G for the adjustment of claims iiRitlnst tho town, and tho auditors will meet at tho suine placo on tho 17th to audit tho uccounts of town officers. It was ladles' night at tho Crescent club rooms Wednesday cvenlnR, nt which there was a good attendance, tho com pany finding amusement In card playlttK. dancing and at the pool fables. Refresh ments were served by Landlord Emery of the Jlascom House. Mm Wesley F. Bak er returned Saturday from a two months' visit with the family of her eon, AValter Baker of Bom ervllle, Mass. A large number of Hethel people nro more or less seriously 111 with the Rrlp this week and confined to their homes among whom are C. li. Cushlng, 1'rlnclpul G. S. Wright of tho high tchool, O. 1'. Northrop, D. L. Chad wlok, M. J. Corliss and the ltev. O. r. Fortler. Tho high school room Is closed for the last three days of tho week be cause of tho Illness of tho principal. SOUTH ROYALTON. Miss Hole of Stowo has been tho guest of her brother, Nathan Hale, the past week. Miss Alice Moxlcy Is stopping at Irwin Doublcday's.Wllllam Campbell and father, have opened a llsh and oyster market In tho Tarbnll basement. Miss Isabelle Martin closed last Fiiday tm eight weeks term of school In Middlesex. Tho Chrlstaln Kndeavor society held n social on Wednesday evening at tho Congressional parsonage. Miss Isabollo Martin :-pcnt Sunday In Harre. Sho goei this weak to Ottawa to bo tho guest of Miss Lot tlo Prentiss. Mrs. B. C. Latham Is confined to tho house by Illness. Mr. and Mrs. John S. While of Concord were In town on Wednesday. Tho annual In stallation of officers ot tho O. '., S. wu held Inst Wednesday evening at Masonic hall. About 40 guests were Invited. Mr. and Mis. Blalsdcll of Fust Ilundolph were guests of her brother, John fiondrleh, l ist Friday and Saturday. Mrs. C. II. Robin son goes to HurllnRton this wei k to visit her sou. Ml H. Mary Mndsrett has gonti to tsprlm;fn Id. Mass tor n months' visit. -Mm Sl m I mm UrTTW. Ms AUS L AN COMPANY n ijiii'ot w ilium .58 CHURCH U STREET 'Best Shopping Place in "Burlington Tomorrow"sFridayMorning, Begins a Four Days' Rummage Sale, TSt Final Result of Stock Clearing Sale and Inventory. Odds and Ends of Stock, Remnants of all kinds, all goods soiled by handling, etc., will be on center tables between the aisles running from each entrance. Prices so low that the goods will sell themselves, if you see them. TIME Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. PLACE This Store. OBJECT Money for merchandise. ADVICE See what is in it for you. THE WEEK'S NEWS AN EARLY RIDE. Mix- MEET ME at the BOSTON STOE WAITING ROOM. " KMC ALlSfM fop. lluninur Aneiit I'iiIUt' Murnlne nlmmr.v UnrU In ( linrlotte. On Saturday afternoon Humane Aucnt John '"uller received a communication from Chailotte, which statrd that a man mimed Dill f".v, eolored, was iibuslliK his eattle and horses, and tint the nnitnulK were in a slarvlntf eondltion. Mr. Fuller s-.ai'ed for that place at three o'clock .Monday mornlni,' and when he :irr.vtd at Oiirl'ey's home, he found that the man owned a cow and a horse. The horse h.Td died Sunday, and the carcass bail been cartnl Into a lot, adjolnliiR the barn. Mr. Durfey said that tho horse had been shot, although Mr. Fuller said that tho onicasi looked as if tho animal had died of star vation, 'fhoro was nothing in tho barn with which to feed tho cow, and Mr. fuller arrested Durfey. Ho wan taken before Justice Hlebee, who fined him $25. Durfey was made to get a bale of hay, with which to feed his cow. It Is said Unit there aro eicht or ten people at Dur- fey's homo? and that they all live In ono room. The place Is situated In tho south part of Charlotte, near Thompson's Point. NEWS OF VERMONT Morr Important F. tents Grouped for I'l'i'e Prex Hi'iulern Kntlnnil H liuhllciin CiiueiiM Saturday. February 18th. FATAL TERMINATION. The delinquents will be unable in ou unless they pay up before Feb- i r r- ilieen Mountain Chapter, D. A. It., held ii I lively attended meotiiiK nt tho homo Mit-s Convtrso on church street Mon- i,.n interestliiK paper on "Lake i i '.lnln" was rend by Mrs. F, F. Hur gi .Mis Mary itoberts and Mrs. Jo i i 1, i. II. Wins Here elected delegate t tie n.riotial eoiiBrcss to be held In u ihiiiRt'in, April IT. i'.issius li. I'eck, who recently left this city for Oklahoma und who was uppolnt id as-slstani Fnited States district attor M , bus located in t.iuthrie, ami has been mi rn Into his new ofllcu, Mr. Feck wtites that there has been a snow storm tlieie and th.it tho slnclo slelfili in the nt has bun in Kreat demnnd, men free 1 olivine a dollar ncr hour lor its uso it it 1 iuinishin'-; their own horse, Kail way Mail Clerk II, II. Klshop of Holloa, who was 111 at White Hlver Juue- timi for some time, bus been moved t Spnrhawk'H ..inltnriuni lu Ibis city. Mr. Hishois illness has been serious. He mis tamiil a slmbt injury to oiui hand and blood poisonluK set lu, makliiK an opera tion iieitssary. I his operation was per torineil by Urs. liuild of Hanover, N. II., nnd Worthen of W'hlto River Junction. Alilioujih his condition him been ptecari rai, In h many friends will bo pleased to It'.in that ho Is now doeklrdly improved. Kids weio ojienrd Thutsduy nl Fort Ivlbati Allen by Captain Kctizlo W, Walker, rtKlnielilnl eouuni'-siiry, 15th i.iMilr.v, fur furiiisluiiK butter foe the commlssiiry department for the mining jiionlli. 'i'he lowest bidder wus the Kuos- litirKh I'alls Creamery company of F.uos buiKli I'alls, who bid '.'.I cents a pound, to be ilelivenil front the creamery to Fssgx Junetiiiu by ixpress. The ainount asked for was Su') pounds, inoro or less. Those bids lire asked for every month by the commissary ilepaitinent, mid tor tho past two months bidders have been few. Last mouth the butler hud to bo bought hi open mm Let, Humane Asent John Fuller yesterday Mscued a stranger from a pitiable coi dltiou on th'i steps of a building at the em tier of KlriK and l'lne streets. At 1.2 p. ni, Mr. Fuller, who was lu llut siclioi of tho city lu thu (ilschuiKo of his duly, ptieelved a man curled up and eiient!,v i t-hvp. He appronched him bin win un nble 'i uroiiso him. He Seeined to bo fveieume lij the told and also showed slmis of inioxli'iitlon Mr. Fuller siiin- iiioneil a euiter und rot knowing hyw el to dispute of (ll. lllllll, ( ill l ied llllll to tl"5 rniinlv Jail. Tin' stiiuiKer did not i.i cuter (U tllciently .liroiiali the day In aive Ids j .line. Kids imvo htien opened by Captain T Fl. hamoreiix for thn furnlslilttK of-fix tores for two double sets of offlceis niiai'tirs and a tiiuirterinaster store houe nt Flatlsbui-Kh h.iriaekK, Four Minis siibiullteil bids, us followm I . t lit in Fkitrii tiuiipsni of this city Drat h of IVler (innip.v, Wh't W'u 1'oiimt llnill) l'rox.en In Wlnoonkl. Voter Harney, the unfortunate man who wits nearly frozen to death a week ago in W'inooskl. died lu this city last evelilUB ut ii:"n o'clock, from the effects f the exposure. He regained conscious ness the afternoon of tho day ho was rescued from an alley in Winooaki and showed some sltrns of recovery but yes terday he lapsed Into unconsciousness about noon and remained in that con dition until tho end came. Mr. Garncy, who was 42 years old, wa3 i son ot Mr, and Mrs. David Garncy of W'atervllle, Me., who arc now lesldlng in that town. He also leaves three brothers Thomas and Joseph Ciarney of Skowhe- Kim, Me., John liarnoy of Maynard Mass., and live sisters, Mrs. Edward I'omlow of Hurtland, Me., Mrs. Joseph Vrovcncal of SkowheKan, Me., Mrs. Kd- wln Hooth of Wntervllle, Me,, und Mr s nomas i.ozo anil .uiss i.yuia (i.irnev, who reside In this city at 21fi St. Paul street. The funeral arrangements arc not yet completed but the body will be taken Skowhecin, Me., for burial. Mr. Gurney's relatives are overwhelmed at his death under such circumstance and will probably Investigate the can further. to WILL NOT BE REOPENED. . Howard Opera Houhf Humor Drilled by One of llir Truntrri, A rumor Having been current vesterdav mat tnu Jlowaul Opera House was to bo refitted and reopened as a playhouse, u reporter railed upon C. V. Smith of tho board of trustees of the Home tor Destl tuto (.'iiiidnn. for which Institution tho building is held In trust. Mr. Smith said that there was no foundation lu the story tlie trustees at no tlm! have con side-red the idea of reopening thn building us an opera House. Mr. Smith said that the structure would be retltted tor additional stores and oftl ees. Tlie trustees are now InvestlKJithur the matter of materials und lire proof properties and as soon as they can de termine upon Ueilnili) plans, the work of reconstruction will begin. DIVIDEND DECLARED. Crrdltors of ('. I. ItiiNklrk to llecrlvc 1 1 "i per Cent. The bankrupt estate of C. V. Huskltk, who succeeded M. A . Ad.itni X Co. in tho jewelry business on Church street, has been adjusted and yesterday the final neetlnr; of the creditors was held before Referee George Deberville. Mr. lius klrk was not at the ineetinc and nothing has been seen of him heic fcr several months. The process of settling the affairs of tin; estato was slow. A. O. Mansur waj appointed trustee and has had supervision of the work. At the meeting yesterday Referee Deberville declared a dividend of ll'j per tent, for the benefit of tht, creditors anil this will be paid by Trus- to; Mansur. FFN I'lllAD OF MRS. HKAIIDOX. The luiicral of Mis. Sarnh Henry Ib-ir- don, wife of Dr. Thomas F. Keurdon, who died in Hpringlleld, Mass., was hold lrom St, Mury'fl Cathedral yisterday morning al nine o'clock. The Lliureh was tllletl with sorrowing lelatlves ami friends the deceased, ami the services wcro very Impresshe. In tlie sanctuary worn thu Rev. Father Grlllin, pastor of the Church of tho Sucrcil Heart, of Sprlngllelil, Muss,, who accompanied the remains to this city, the ltev. 1). Coffey of Kris tol, tho Rev. .1. J. Iloylo of Kraudon, and tho Nov, i. J. Jiarrett of the cathedral, The funeral muss was relebraled by tho Itev, J, F, Glllls, who also chunled thu llberu. Interment was lu St, Joseph's cemetery. The Rev. Fathers Gritlhi, Coffey and Koylo iviul thn funeral services at the Kiuvo. The beureis weio I,. I.lnsen- nuiir of u'lnoosui, J, v. o'suiiivuu, i:, it. Corley, C. H, Kuiul, .1. I. Miullgiiu and Thoiuus O'llulleruii. Tho urrangeiueiits wnr lu charge of .liilm It. Kcllt, THE CROP CONDITIONS. Dry nml Cold l?nat of the Hoeky Moun. Inln T'nfnvorublr In South. Washington. Feb. 1. The weather bureau's summary of crop conditions for lanunry, 1S03, follows: Fast ot the Rocky mountains the month was colder tbnr. tlie average, wltn light precipitation hi most districts. In th Rocky mountain region and to the west ward the temperature was milder than unntl, with inoro than th avrrnxi precipitation lu the southern plateau re gion and southern California and much less than tho uveragu pi eclpitatlon as whole. Throughout the Southern States the mouth was unfavorable for Ihe agri cultural Interests hi that section. Tim reports Indicate mat winter wheat was generally well piotectetl westward of the Mississippi river and also In portions of tho Ohio valley nnd middle. Atlantic States but over much of tho last named district thero was In sufficient snow protection during tlie severest weahcr and In porlons of Illinois nml Indiana It Is feared that the crop bus sulfered injury, large areas be ing coveied with ice. On thn North I'll cine coast iiiu nutiooK is uivor.inlo ex it pt for lain sown lu Washington, lu Cnlllornlu tho prospect is excellent, rs cept along the Sacramento rivet, where, liu.no tliiiu.igu has been caused by heavy rains. At the meeting of tho republican city committee held in MeCloy's store In Rut laud Tuesday livening, it wus decided to call a city emeus for Saturday night, th" llh. The plate ot meeting v. Ill be the McC'loy store. whl( li Is now vacant. It was also th elded to call tho ward caucuses for Monday, the Uitli. lNSFKANCi: Mi:. MUKT. A meeting of Insurance men from vi rions places in Vermont Huts held In the lirooks House In Krattleboro Monday night to discus the question of orgau ixing a flic insurance company, us per mitted by m net of the Legislature. Thu opinion of tlio-e pre-ent wn.i that thorn was a good opportunit for such a com pany, and it win d fldcd to have a geu- ral confennce w.th Insurance men throughout the State before calling an other meeting to pei feet an organization. MARl'.l.i: SI.AI5 FF.1.1,. An accident oi ci.ru d in tlie .1. K. Ilol- lister Marble tU.irr at Fouler Friday night, In which number of workini n narrowly escaped death A slab of mar ble fell rrmi the root ot the quany to the floor, uhresi without warning. Th" block wednhid many tens, wus about JCU feet long. J'J feet wide and time toot thick. Fi.rtunatoly only sW men were in the quarry at thu time and ny quick work I) '.i est aped. soi. n v.u.rAKi.F. tim unit. Mrs. tan iKyau) McCarthy f Watcrbury bus recently mudo a sal" of 400 acres of valuable timber land in llolton to Tracy & Howe, who have steam null in the Plniiea Urook b.'isiii, Lying contiguous to lluir pioperty this is a great inquisition to them. She lias ulso soltl Illy acres to tho Connecticut Krass company In thu loynef lirooks basin, where their e.v tenslvo plant Is located. This last sale was delayed comewiiat on account oi controversy over some of its bound aries. The" were determined by J I. F. Smith, a civil engineer from Water- bury. Other pintles Weio ulso investi gating in retcienoe to purchase. There ire a few nunc small tracts connected with tlie cum, any s plant which they will probable buy. as they must be wot th more to them than any one else, and uuilmblo lumber mud Is not likely to wall long tor purclinsers now. ADVERTISED MVrTFRS. 1, 1st of unclaimed letters In tho Kur lington postofflce for thu week ending January ul, liXs'i. WOMKN'O LIST. Mis. Mary Aipln, liable Krnseaii, Llllle V.rnwn, Miss K. S. Drown, Emma Kerger, Jlrs. Alan Urown, Kessie Drew, Mrs. Jo seph Drolel, Daisy Deforest, Mrs. Win. Koran. Mrs. .lobn Hellberos!, Mabel Houghton. Miss K. C. Howe, Mrs. Abble Kimball, Miss H. L. Marshall, Mrs. W. Hovers. Mrs. Joseph Strapp, Mrs. Urn ma Wright. MEN'S LIST. F.dw. S. Anson, Joeph Kols, C. li. Cos tello, i.'hus. Daniels. Ciinillle Deblols. Frank Hall, H. W. K'enyon, Charles Le fe.iil, John Morgan, John Moore, Vital Klcndnu, Jus. Regan. Jas. Ryun, Jan. Thebat, Titos. P. Well-;, II. I,. Waterman. A WEEK OF CONGRESS. Till'! WIIOLESALIC MARKETS. Vllllltoes (lie n Ulng for ",.1 eellls u buxlicl; carrots, liiinlp.s und heels ut !u nnd r.'i cents a bushel, Hubbard squash brings :' ciMils u pound and eiihbiige J eenls, Iresli eggs In lug Si to L'7 tents n dozen and dully luiitei 2 to nil cents it pound CARD OF THANKS. We thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness during the sicklies und death of our loving mother, who lias gone to her rest, VIOLA 11. THFRSTON. CORNELIA L. KKISSITT. llinesburgh, Vt. Jan. SO, 1905, DIED. HAGAH In this city, January ii, ::, Mrs. Florence Frances H.'.gur, aged e.irs, 1" months anil live days, widow Jiiinis A. Hagar. HA '1 11 AWAY-1 u this city, January Kij.'i. Frances L. Newton, aged VI ;-inrs, months and three day, wife of A. llatliawny. of this city, .limitary l. Townsenil, aged . H. Townsenil, TOWNSEND-In I'M,, Mrs. Caroline eais, widow ot V OWHN At bis home in South Hutling ton. Jnnn iry L"i. Abel L. Owen, aged ' yen rs. REARDON In Sprlngllelil, Mns"., Jan uary -t, I'M, Sarah E. Henry, aged 1"J years, wife of Dr. Thomas 1" Reunion. J. WARREN ROBERTS, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. Personal attention day or night. Lady assistant when requested. Long Distance Telephone. 1ST Hunk SI., Ilurlluutun, VI, Stiileliooil IIIU lu I lie .Semite and Ap propriation III I Im In tlie lliiime. Tho t'nlttd Slates Scnnte on Thursday passed the army appropriation bill. Tho lloiis-e considered the nyrlt illtill at up pi'.ipi laliou bill. The Senate on h i day resumed ills elusion of the Stutehood hill, Tho House I ui.se d the agricultural appropriation bill. Tlie Seniiti" devoted Us entire session SaUinla.v to eulogies upon the life and i h.'iliii lor if thn Into Senator George F, 1 to.if of Massachusetts, li sen, iters pay ing llliu gluwlllg 'tributes, 'n,e 'Hunn passed '17.1 pension bills lu e-s than two bouts. The Stiiule further coiiHldt mil the Stutehood hill on Monday The House adopted Iho conferonco ri port on thti legislative, oxecutlvn and judlriul up preiprlatlon bill and began i onslderatlou id' the postolllco iipproprlatlon bill, Tuetiiy nnd Wednesday were mvcii up to ihe Statehood bill in the Hin.it rA the poslcifb;e bill lu the lloilst TEAM KILLED ON A CROSSING. Theru came very near being a very serious ncciilent at Neport Center last, I'Vlday night us tho Eastman boy was driving Gcoigo Keu'dle's team with a load or Indli-i across the railroad track near Kllb ' mill. The express train . lining about .i half an hour Into and without a headlight ran Into tho team, I killing both horses nnd giving tho ludles quite u fright, but ii J 1 escaped without injuries. TO OVEN NEW OPERA HOFSE. The new opera house at thirton Land ing Is to be opened and dedicated by tho Thespians on Friday evening of this week. 'l'll'K society Is olio ot tho oldest und most popular of Its kind in Vermont. Til" Thespian society was orgunlzcd ut Kiirton Landing lu Decem ber 1KT3, by l 'apt. S. H. Tucker, and was exclusively a Burton Lauding organiza tion. Their reputntloii was mudo ISO yours ago by tho presentation of "Ton Nights in u ltiir-room," "East Lynne," "Fnelo Touik Cabin," nnd pluys of like character and popularity. Among the original east who are still living uto D. W. lllldietli, N. L. Stlmpson, C II. Colley anil Tlm niiif Liindoii, soiuo of whom appear In the forthcoming presentation oi "Hound by an Oath." Since Its nrguiil itdtlon the society has played more than '-'ft tllffeient plays und uiiiiiy of these huvo boon of ton repented, III 188" thu society presented .Mr. limit ours now play, "Foicod to the War," and It wus suoc'etisfully repeated eluht times, lu isss "Round by nn Oath," another of Mr. Hlhtreth'f Pluys. was presented with oven gft'tctr suaceHs, Sir. 1111 clieth bus written soverul phtys, hut "Humid by an Oath" bus proven tho mont popular and lias paid blni groalot ruyallles than nny of his otheiM. The new hielleiy with Which (lie stugo nl the new npein houso U oqtlliqu'il was ptlll'hased bv the 'I'hespluns lit llll ox puliso uf tiOO. Book-Binding. FREE I-riKBS ASSOCIATION. Arsene Boucher, funeral Director aud Euitalmer, 169 North Strast. Burlington. Night call. Tclophono 3:-2t IISTATF. OF .IOIIAXNA M I.MVA.V, lU'HI.IMi.OV. BTATE OF VERMONT, Dlstllct of Chit, leaden. To all perrons concerned In the estate of Joliuiinu Sullivan, late of Kurlingtoii, In said district, deceased, GR BETING: At a Probata Court, bolden at Hurling ton, within and for tho District of Chltltn den, on tho 1st day of February, lnor., an instrument purporting to be tho last will und testament of Joliiiuna Sullivan, lute ot Kurliugtou, lu suld district, deceaseil, wns presenteil to iho court aforesaid, for probate. And It ' ordered by said Court tluit the lMh duy of February, JMiia, at the Pro bnto Court rooms lu said Kurlingtoii, bo assigned for proving said Instt umeiit i nnd that notice) thereof be given to u persons concerned, by publishing this or der three weeks suci esslvely in Iho Hur lington Weekly Free Press, a newspupor published In sulci Uurllngton, previous to the time appointed. Therefore, you aro hereby notified to appt ur neioro sain couri, at me nine aucl place afori'sald, and contest tho pruu.uo ot said will. It you have cause. Given under my Ini'd, at Iiuillngton. in suld district, this 1st day of l'lbiuury, 1 iii5, MARCELI.I'S A. ItlNGIIVAl. 31,w:'.t Judge. ESTATE OF IIVIIOV S. ,IOM. Ul II' I.I Mi I ON. We. the subscribers, having been an nr.liitetl bv the Honorable the Probata Court for the District of Chittenden, Com. Iillssloners in leceive. exnmiiTe aim an lust the claims and demands of all tiersons iiculust the ostuto of Ilyron S, Jones, lute of Burlington, lu said district deceased, and also all eliilms aud demands exhibited In off set thereto; und six mouths from tho day of the ilute hereof bolmf by suld court lor that niirpose, wo do t lufi lore hereby give notice tluit wo will ni lend to the duties ol our appoint incut lit tlie Into resilience of tho do- .....lent, em S. 1'n on street, in llui'llnu ton, ill said district, on the fourth ThurHdays of Februaiy ami July next, at 10 o'clock a. in., on ouch duvs. Dated this -Sth day of January FUND .IOIIUN.NOTT, 11, .1. ROOTII. II, w ,.' Conimlssbini is Clt Mill! J yon. THtrilSDAV, JAN. 26. Newly appointed governor general of Hi- Petersburg Utile iuoclRtimtloti tell ing trlkir their best Internals will be strved by peaceful repTeiciitHHonfi to i'jvtininient; no further surlous out broil kn, but Mrlke spreadlnir In all directions "Old-fashioned" snow- Ktorm ragei aIouk Atlantic coait from .Virginia northward and n far west as Mississippi river; followed by nevert cold wate Oovernor Kit Kollette fleeted United State sanator In Joint session of Wisconsin legislature J.otils and Dennis Treinbley, brothers, held without bail at Hurlliigton, vt., on charge of killing IxmiIs I.nmorn JJarold c. 1'rotity charged with pass ini? forKfd check ut N'ewbttrypnrt, Muss C. H. I.niivnster Shoo com pany, Kceiie, N. II., assigns. Amor- lean Htntlstlcnl associntlott reports an enonuous Increase in railrond nccldenta In tho United States New union railroad station projected for Worces ter, Mass Two alleged highwaymen caught near l'ulney, Vt Strikers nt Corr mill, Cast Taunton, Mass., accept reduction ltev. Dr. C. K. Woodcock consecrated as bishop at Detroit Five wooden buildings burned nt New buryport, Mnss Coimnlctit cotton mill, Fall Hlver, announce cut In wages I'ltlDA Y, JAN. 2". Strikers at Itlga flnvl upon by troops; quiet st Moscow, .uough strike is ex tending; trouble at Llbati Senator Lodge succeeds in securing modification for army bill section concerning Miles' pay; general gets nil allowances Iteport from Ktironl's liHnditinrtcrs In dlcntes heavy engngeiuetit is on on Japanese left wing Secretary Hay has n tilt with Cnsslni over China's nn swer to neutrality charges Chief In spei'tor McClusUy of New York detcc tlve bureau ousted; Stephen O'Hrlen to succeed him Weather bureau bal loon released from Blue Hi'l obscrva tory, Boston, found near Oakland City, Ir.d, with its recording mechanism still working One of thu many wives of Joliunn Hoch of Chicngo says sho mar ried him through the influence of mesmerism, nfter n five-minute court ship President Hoosevelt tells Bish- on Doane and committee that diminish ing birth rate and loosening of the mar ital tie are tho most unplcnsnnt and dangerous features of our American life Marfncs sent from Colon to San Do mingo to preserve order Textile council of Fall ltlverasks manufactur ers for conference, claiming discrimi nation on returning- strikers to work More yellow fever patients on 1. S. S. Boston reported Cardinal f:ntolH seriously 111. SATURDAY. JAN. 28. indications of disintegration of strike movement in Russia: severnl factories In St. Petersburg reopen and general resumption of work ex pected soon Armored cruiser Mary land attains on official trial trip an average speed of -2.300 knots, thereby exceeding contract requirements of 2U knots Nine Boston firms awarded contracts for fnrnishlnir supplies for Boston and other navy yards; one amounts to $50,000- Four killed, sev eral injured in a train wrcel- near Tulluhoma, Tenn Governor v ar- lleld of Maryland starts a revolt against j oliticnl bosses Former Congress man Walker of Worcester, Mass., de lends the duly oir hides Pig iron price advanced to 518 by Pittsburg and Valley furnace owners Warrants in New York (Jerman bank cane: Boston man charged with larceny- Hearing ol application to have Brodle I,. Duke examined put off In Nw York court Federal court at Cleveland decides test hay and straw fi eight ease in fa tor of railroads Death at New Haven of John M. Hall, former presi dent of the New York, New Haven nml Hartford road Kx-Judgo Fursmau pleads not guilty to indictment In Dodge-Morse case; several others lic ensed of conspiracy House naval committee agrees upon two new battle ships Battalion of Seventh .'nfantry lo be sent to Cavito to nsslt In light ing I.adrones Exiles from San Do mingo unite in protest against arrange ment with the United States Judge Swayne asks for a week to make an swer to charges; senate as trial court adjourns until uext Friday Two hundred marines on the Dixie to be held If readiness at (ttiaiitanamo; no otlielal report of disturbance In San Domingo Prussian government to revise laws so as to grant practically all demands of striking coal miners Biggest dia mond ever heard of found near Pre toria; local value perhaps 54,0t,000. SUNDAY., JAN. 21). Ktiropatkiti breaks through Oyauia's lift wing and threatens his communi cations; heavy general engagement be gun Authorities at Moscow still hope to avoid bloodshed: Maxim Corky it: the fortress of SI. Petersburg Mrs. Nellie M, Titus, a New Hamp shire woman, declares she saw murder ei of Mabel Page and his knife In a trance; bays man was not Tucker Russian revolutionists, men and wom en, parade in Boston with red flags Civic Federation plans to divide its work Into seven districts, Boston head ittarttrs to be in charge of Lucius Tut lie -Story of terrible suffering told by the crew of the schooner John li Schmidt Youag L. O, Taylor, who was battered over the head with a hot tie of catsup at Yale, gives away some university secrets Pan-American bank of Chicago savors of oontldones game; President Hunt arrested at New York Alonzo J, Whltemnn, lainous criminal who jumped from n train near Bulfaln last September, i ociptureil at Duiisvllle, N. Y Congressman John F. Thayer says fur will fly when lit I. Itluicd at (Jeneral Mile conies back to houho -Smiator Crime delivers eulogy on Senator Hon tin United Slates senate King Kdward praises Ainbassadut Choatt and tells him he I sorry Kng land is going to lose him. BIONDAY, JAN. K0. Rioting and pillage lu progress In Warsaw, iu spite of presence of large number! of troops; British cousttlarorti tern there reported to have been as su tilted by hussars: severe storm at Moscow aids authorities there In avert ibg disorder; Prince Uurieily, an otii cer of police, assassinated st Batoum Itiissluus hurled hack by Japanese lifter three-day light on river Hun; leases heavy, especially on Utikslan Hide Baldwin's airship makes suc cessful 4tVmtnua flight at Los Angeles, I'al St. jowl. uman Catholic rliurcli i ! n iiu. Aims,, destroyed by ,ie Kx-tiiivernor Boutwell of Mas iiiiinsetts observes his 87th birthday -Pretty Ada Oerrlsh of Bath, Me., lopox with Vernon J. Lake of Boston lirldlron club of Washington Ball I'lzos current topics at Its dinner Naval appropriation bill reported in (he house; total SI0O,070,O74 Maine Daughter of American Kevolution pre sent banner to battleship Maitfe Waylsnel Trask. New York broker, dies after paying ?132,O00 In debts Brit ish naval maneuvers to be on scale of world-wide war King of Wurtem burg loses baggage while "Incog" and borrows a shirt Benin rka bio rise In Paris death rate due to respiratory dis ease. TUESDAY, JAN. 81. Warsaw riots result in killing of 10 persons; placards In Russian cities charging England with fomenting rtrlfe brings forth vigorous protest from (ireat Britain Kuropatkln's charge on Japntiese flank art utter failure; Russian loss reported as about 10,000; those of Japanese fiOOO President Roosevelt, In speech nt Philadelphia, declares that government must ulti mately control railroads Frank Fur long. 10, charged with killing aunt at New York, guilty of murder In first degree Nine hundred lumber wagon driver.- strike in Chli'ago Traffic In New York omewhat blocked by ef fects of storm Wage cut of 124 per cent at Hamilton Woolen mills, Ames bury, Mass H. W. Fletcher wins 10O mile nnto nice In record time nt OrmotitJ. Fin Jury sustains the will of Kdward 0. Angcll of Providence Donnelly charges Chicago packers with violation of settlement agreement Cutdown at Conatilctil cotton mill. Fall River, not resisted by operatives Hope for Somerset fiiooners Qtilnebaug and Charles K. Wilbur, mlsing since No vember. finally given up- -Assistant Secretary Armstrong resigns position in treasury department The president suggests the collection of statistics on tnnrringc.md divorce Supremo court grants petition for review of the North ern Securities ease Two Denver elec tion fraud cases brought before su preme court at Washington - Supreme court holds the so-called "hoof trust'1 IMegnl, sustaining the decision of the lower court Machen, Lorons! and the (JrolTs lew appeal before- T'nlted States supremo court : must serve sentences for postotllce frauds Witness before sen ate commerce committee declares pri ate freight oar linen under existing sys tem violnt" laws with impunity Dominion Atlantic railway secures tha Mlelland of Nova Scotia- distant surgeon ol cruiser Rosto' ' e of yel low fever at Panama I . titer Chief Justice Koiley of Cairo court, appointed from I'irglniu. killed in Paris accident. VEDNKSDAY, FEB. 1. 'tovernor Boll of Vermont t.grees to Il.-lin to nppenl (or reprieve .or Mrs. Jtogers. sentenced 10 be iiangert Feb. f? Alinshou-o at North Urookflelel, Mass.. burned, one Inmate missing New I'tililKhlng ".impany burned out in $10fTjy fro r.t Salem. Mass Sen federal grai'd jury in connection with ntor Mitchell, .villi others, IndMcil by liiiul fraud. In Ore: gnu Edward J. Jtaunop. a potiilious thief. ;iilul by ft policeman nfter a struggle 'p a Botnn street -Brockton (Mass.) shoe work frs before legislative committee on la bor nppnt' Uoternor Douglas' plan for trade schools Jobann Hoch. atlotrocl ibigamist, arraigned in New York police court Fall ?l!ver labor men may ap peal to (iovernor Douglas to adjiM ..rievant'os Move 1o extradite A. K. Appleyarl 1 1 Posto i begun beft.ro Buf falo grand jury New Y'ork hulldln; iiaios ttmoi.s form permanent organiz fltlon. with 7.1,000 members Steamer I'Jeorgotown floated at Nantucket; no damage from grounding apparent- Fiiivcs -eported by superintendent ot Now York state hospital for treatment nl' Incipient tuberculosis. - Professor Pat ten of University of Pennsylvania declares idle married women may bring on race deterioration Ex-Comptroller Coler resigns- presidency t f New York city civil jorvice commission tin eier rossure from Tammany Treas ury deficit for January is St).21tl,000 iMann bill to I'bollsb i thmian canal commission fit v.T-ably reported by house committee Witness nt rate bearing before Interstate commerce commission favors prohibition of use of private freight cars Senator Piatt present- a memorial from the Connecticut leg jslature asking that "Jeneral Uawleybe placed on retired list of the army. 1905 FEBRUARY 1905 5!; Tb'!Fr''Sa' lTjQ 5j7 JJ9 10 11 12 13 141516 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 K.-......... ...,. .. i MOON'S SvN A 8:04 VMood 1 a.m. Flrat 11:30 aBi. 12 PHASES. Moon m Third li. Quwter 19 26 1:5 p.Bl :V S.B1 REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. Any old excuse will do for a Klrl who wants to forgive you. A man can have a loi of relative'', hut u merciful justice confines him to one mother-lu-luw. li makes a woirein pretty ni.ul t think sho cin't out down her might the wn she does her a(?e. When a wninan xuyn her hiishnud I nt n poltlcal dillifer it iw a siKil slio wishes she know whore he was, A woman likes her hushund to sweur when lie Is mini, so she can he thank til! she Is a good Christian, New York I're-.i. I'OINTKO I'ARAOUAl'lltf. Stitf hats cover a multitude) ol soft In .ills. I hippy l the hrldo the diamond sun hurst's on. "In order to succeed u man must full ii tow times. There aio many sluunhii thinss oilier than h.iudhUKS, Tin aseriiKo inn it has Iiik us his own hero. The inoro u man Is wrapped up in him self the colder lie is, It's ii poor doctor who Is unable In u.nl.o a patient eoiiuli up, Chlcn.su News. u in:i ilia for pos-