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THE BURLINGTON FKEE PRESS : THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7,.1W&.
CITY NEWS. "This tTtlp world Is mil of chances," n'ld the person who keeps in touch with the ad, I" mil apt lo owtlook many nf them Tt.Mon Anthony and Ml I'va tintes ci(' married Wednesday Nov. - nt the Kplscnpal teslricnco of ft. Msry'.i Cathedral by llir Itev. J. J", lillll.". Mr, William Henlrle. need " yean, 1ifd yesterdav morning nl her home In Khclhuinc. The functut will be held Sal unify morning finrn Hi" Hhelbiirne t-'atli obo I'Mmi rh Mr. nml .Mi-. Hi'tiry l'ow-ll mi nounce thu engagement of their daughter, Mies Gcrtrudo Heed Powell, to Dudley H. AtorrlP. son of Dr. nnd Mrs Clcorgo l- Morris of Now Vnrk city. Dr. John Wnltc Avery, formerly of this rlty. nocom iwiiilod by his family, recently sailed for Germany, where he will npf nrl six months In study nt the dip lea of Berlin. Vienna, nml Mtinlih. A petition In bankruptcy was filed N .v. l' by tohn K. Piiike, n laborer (if SI AlbniiK. lie has llnhllitlc nf JUT. and nets or f 100, nil of which lire claimed exempt. .lllnn. II. Illeks and Ml" Mary lltlun IVptetti wero married Thursday otter ii'M'ti at four o'clock at St. Joseph's I'hmtii reet"iy by the lit Itev. Mgr. ( Ic.iriv , Til' brldei-romp's In. in Is In Mm-rixtown. Hert Flaherty, who underwent a suc cessful oper.itlon for appendicitis at the Fanny Alien hospital llvo weeks age. barf completely recovered and has icstitncd his position In the Free Pi ess composing room. nilRcrp MoCiowan was in rested Mon day In liepnty Slier iff Ilavlin on a marge of bleach of the peace, lie was unsigned betore Justice 1. . Webster, Jfe pleaded utility and wan lined Jl and costs, which lie paid. A despatch to the Free rresi Tuc il i annum eel the death In B.uber ton. Ohio, of Mr. Muriel ta Wallace AVortheu, wife of K. A. Wnrtheu. for merly of tbN cltv. The futienil will iU- place tlil"! afternoon In this city. i he lain which fell the latter part of S.it'inlnv night turnul lo snow about ii t nvini k Sunday inninlng and cou- I rued through Hih da. About three Inches ot heavy snow fell and a few "dcicliM were brought out during the nf ternoon and evening. ''here are two errors anions the She ibui ne. subscribers in the telephone b ink recently Issued. Huberts k I)c c p store should be 7 "! instead ot ,i. J, and Hotel Mhclbtirno, K. I. Luw lenie proprietor, should be 7 ."!-6 in ii.il of 7 .Hi -2. Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Dultnn, who tie re married in New York city Novem ber il, have returned to this city and are at home. 233 Pearl street. Mrs. D.ilton was formerly Miss Heatrlce Kllznhoth Bostwlek, daughter of the Ilev. and Mrs. R. H. Bostwlek of New York city. Louis Germain, who has been on duty as a fireman at lire nation No, 1, re cud his position Friday and Satur jiday niorniiiK left for Montreal on. route o Manitoba, where he has obtained it i'osillon. William Mnow of Peru street has been appointed to 1111 the vacancy caused by Mr. Germain's resignation. petition In bankruptcy was tiled i'u rtuy by Frank P.. Howe, a fanner and miller of Jericho. lie has liabilities of J.1S,:i4S.W, or which JID.MO are secured and $ir..(0S.90 are unsecured, the remainder be ing due in wages. His assets are 2a.r,0C.'J), (f which $l3,."fY) are in real estate, lie t l.nm 1 K0 "xempt. l.otiiK Shelley, who has lieen m J. ill sev eral mouths charged with grand larceny mid uho could not be tried at tlio lat i l ii of county .oiirt bec.mse of an early iiUmi rnmnit. fiirnitdinl ball In lite sum v) t rioay netore j. u. l.yon. as- v int .indue. His case will be taken up h ' 'lie Jlarch tnn of court. In city co.irl Nov. 1'5 .lurliti inr nl mis r. ndered in the caxe of the Uni on Hardware Co. t. .1. W. Fareo for ne plaintiff to recover damages of J.'ii T4 and costs of $13.::;'. In the case, if the Oram! 1'nton Tea Co. vs. John P.'an, judgment wris rendeied for the Tflin'lff lo recover damage of $,..95 id crisis U'Mgc H. Spleer and itir.! Ai.pa I'.ir 'e eie quietly married 'Chun day even I - ie tin rpiscopal r'sidflKe of St. il i s Cathedral by the Ilev. ,i. (iilhs. i he brnJi Kioom is a sergeant in ilv i-l tal cmps at IV rl Kth.in Allen and bride's home is in New Yo'ik. They Mil rtslJe in this city. Two petitions in bankruptcy were tiled -alurday In the offlio of Clerk George K. loinison. William Ii. Pratt, a nierrhant ot "'prlnclleld, has liabilities or (XA.iC, and nssfls of J3.Vi.Vfi, of which Mi are claim d xrmpt. Mary Cnmsloel; ntnl Arthur Conistock of SI. Albans have liabilities of Jll'C.r.O and assets of l5o, all of which t'e claimed exempt. The sterimrr Chatenugay made a special i p to Westpnrt on Saturday, returning Mth SO tons of baled hay consigned lo biilers in this city. The Chatenugay Mill n.ike the la.t trip of the seuon on the ''Slh, when navigation on Lake Champlaiu .Mil clo..e. The ocean liners have ills oni nucd their trips to Montreal on the t I.awicnco river. The Ladies' Auxillaty to the lSurlliigton Hi ision. No. 1. Ancient ordei of Hi bernians, held their annual meeting hiht filing in their rooms on Main street. ifficers were ekcted as follows; l'res! lent Mrs. J. II, Greene; vlce-pr'cildent. M ss Mury Walslij recording secretary! Miss Kathetlne Clark; tiliancial sferctary. Miss Agnes Kennedy; treasurtr, Miv! M rj Itnbinson. Dr and Mrs. n, C. Ilawley letunml Hut jtoay eenliig from a nionth's trip to th(. Ueht. Dr. Ilawley attended Una th() e,-,ilrmy of Medleine lu Chicago and Inter liidMd at lh hoplt,ilH of the r.iinonu ilayo bi others, surgeonm at Uocheslr, diini . and Chicago. Mr. nml Mrs. lnW! ev Kited seviral of tlio principal chles it tho Wist. About 1.5i0 cigarettes which wie sent o ihis country from tlio Philippines and vliieh wero seized by thn customs otnclHls 'or non-payment of duty, were sold Fri lav at the customs house by C, ,. Vlexaudi r. Thei'n were only Wo bidders lid the clgiiretlt weie Flil,l '. .tl, "hey were sent to a soldier at Fori F.thau Vlb n and he declined to pay the !s duly vhleh was Imposed. Judgments wero rendered Haliudny v lusllco SI earns In to civil cases, In t h'n case of Paul Knnuctt vs. Henry Liberty, damages of $.!B and costs nf j:i.2S together n It 1 1 tho possession of tho pretulue.s sued or was awarded tho plaintiff. In Jhe ease of faul Bonnett vs. Fred llraco'tlm plaintiff Is to recover damages nf $15 nnd costs of $3.25 and possession of tho prem ises sued for. The Ni w Imglrunl Telephone and Tele, qraph company have completed th"; con Hood's Sarttptrilla is unqxmtiont My the greatest blood and liver medicine known. It positively and permanently cures every humor, from Pimples to Scrofula. It is the Best Blood Medicine. duit work which will lm necessary to r.i.ike tho connection with tho proposed new tmlMlnir. Vhen this work was under taken It wns expected that ho building, tho erection of which han since lieen post pontd tintll pprlng, would tm crnslr'.K.lcd this season. A six duct conduit has been In hi In South I'nUm street from Pearl to M.jIii rtrtet and a nine duct conduit has lieen laid In College treit. The inluncllon ptoceei.'ngs brought last spring by D, V, C, clapp rcstralnlnB '.iyor llurUe and Peler Shierau from In terfiling with the nffuitx of the streot dcparlmeiit has been dismissed by Judgo Hasflton, the orator to pay the costs. This injunction was isstted when tho gen eral mix-up In this department occurred, during which there was a question an to who was really superintendent of streets, Mr. Clapp or Mr. Shcfran. Thf Cigar .Makers' International l 'tilttti met Monday night and elected officers to ?ere the litistiing year as follows: Pres. dent, V. I.. Hoynton: vico-presldent, Cbatlcs Hubrr; corresponding, financial and recording neeretnry It. Lapland: treasurer. Fred Ja.lsle; trustees, John McCuliougb, II. Pajgl?, Jr.. Abraham Lipman llnanclal committee, v. ,. Boynton. Charles Iluber, I'red Jalslc; sergcaiit-at-at ni, Kdward J. tluthtiu. The funerril of Jonn Kastwood of VVInooskl, whoso death occurred In Pockvillc, Conn., took pl.icn Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock from the un dertaking rooms of A. K. Clement. The burial was n. ide in Green Mount ceme- ery, where tlie committal services were in charge of Webster Lodge, F. and A. M., of Wlnooskl. The remains were accompanied to Hurl.'igton by the widow and by Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Kastwood. The hearers were M. J. Homes, L. V. Itnvlln, o. A. Smith nnd J. II. Chambers. The annual meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution was held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. f. I'eek on College street. A large number of the members were ptesent. Two new members were re ceived. The annual election of officers for the msulng year resulted as fol lows: llegent. Miss Jennie Stacy; vlce rcgent. Mrs. Frederick S. 1'ense; sec telary. Miss Jennie Wood: treasurer, Mrs. Josephine H. Wires; registrar, Mis. F. K. llurgess; historian, Miss Theodora Peck: chaplain. Mrs. George Y. lill.ss. Council No. 7S, L Immaculate Concep tion, dc ll.'nlon St. Jean Unptlste ot America, held their annual meeting last evening and elected officers to servo for (he ensuing year ns follows: President, Mrs. Klliaheth Itoberge; vice-president, Mrs. Eugenie Cabana: secretary. Miss Alma. Lcfebvre: treasurer. Mrs. ll.ittle Boucher; preceptress, Mrs. M, 1,. Duprat; assistant preceptress, Mrs. Sophia liarl bnult; auditor. Miss Morrisseau; mistress of ceremonies, Ml"-" F.va Don Carlos; first order matt Ice, Miss Allcf Gravel; second. Miss Anna Cayea; dayenne, Mrs. Kmma Mlchaud; honorary president, Mrs. Jo sephine Gravel. The remain of Mrs. K. A. AVorthen, wlimp death occurred in Uarbertnn, Ohio, ariived in the city last cvtning und weie taken to the undertaking rooms of J. A. Corbin. Tile cask't will be opened at the vault at like View cemetery this nf ternnon at two o'clock, previous to the committal of the lemains. A largo num ber of the former friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Worlhen met the train Inst evening. Mrs. Wort hen was a nalivo of Royalton and was almost fil years old. Her maiden name was Marietta Wallace Slmnnds. Sho was urirrlcd lo Mr. AVorthen at Windsor In 1S12 and came to this city to reside In 1$M. For the last nine years tho family had resided in Barberton, Ohio. Mrs. Worthcn leaves a husband and two sons. Frank M., nnd Charles B both of Unrbcrton. She was a member of the F.piseopnl Church. Captain Andrew Aylsnorth of the Sal vation Army has received notice that a woman has been canvassing in llighgate Springs, St. Alhans, Ksscx Junction, Iliehnionil, Wllliston, Wlnooskl, Shel burne, Vergenues, New Haven, Ilrhtol and Mlddlehury, soliciting aid for the Sal vation Army. The captain wishes to say that the Salvation Army lias not au thorised this woman to solicit alms and thut no one Is authorized to canvass in this way unless they are able lo present credentials from tho Salvationists In the shape of a book or card officially signed by Captain Aylsworth. All persons are re quested to inform the captain if they have assisted this woman or to send him any Information of which they are in possession and which might lead to her irresl. The woman Is dressed In thi garb of a Salvationist. Is ! feet, sx inchfs in height, slender, weight about ISO pounds and biuveen 1" and 30 yiars of age. DRUGGISTS' LICENSES. Secretary Hellrose nf Stnte llunrd ('nils Attention n t.tm I'rnvUlon Secretary J- G. Helltoso of thf Stale hoard of pharmacy, asks the Freu I'j to correct tho statements made lu ti local paper last evening relative to drug gilds' licenses. Druggists do not appU to the secretary of State for a biennial renewal of their licenses, but to the sec letnry of the Slato board of pharmacy. Most of thn druggists In the Stale have alieady done this but not all of them have t-ent those licenses to the secrelarj of State for recoid, ns W provided by 1 1 c law. which reads as follows. "A person receiving a licence . , , , shall, within thllty daj'H from thn dalo thereof, cause the same to bo recorded in the oltlce of the secretury of State, "1 a book to bo provided by said secre tary of Stnlo for that purpose and shall pay lo said secretnry of State for re. cording hiuh llcenso the mm of 2,-, cents." Those who have not yet done so should send their licenses for iccord lo the sec. rotary of Slato without dilay. WOMAN'S ItF.IJKK COHPS OFFICERS. At the annual meeting of Slannard Woman's Heller Corps, h(ld Tuesday afternoon, the following officers wero ehcted: President, Mrs. Anna Iteach; senior vice-president, Mrs. Allco Jones; Junior vice-president, Mrs. Kato Ferrln; chaplain, Mrs. Sarah Whipple; conductor. Mrs. f. H, Baker! guard. Mrs. Frank Reynolds; delegates lo tho Stnte encamp nirnt, Mrs, O. J, Smith, Mrs Fannlo Jones, Mr. Allco Junes and Mrs. M. J. liarncs. MARY FLETCHER HOSPITAL Annunl Dinner nnd Conference of Trustees nnd stuff V Niifcesriil Year Officers lle-eleeled. The trustee! nnd tho members or the staff of tho Mary Fletcher hospital held their annual emifcrenco and dinner yes tenlay afternoon, nnd It was ono of the most Interesting and prolltnblo of a sc ries of events of this character In tho history ot tho Institution. Thn dinner was held nt two o'clock nnd tho bill of fare was evldencs of thn nblllty of Bu porlntendcnt B. J. Andrews and his as sistants to provide the choicest dainties im well ns tho more substantial dishes In nn appetizing manner. At the conclusion of the dinner Presi dent M. H. Huchlvatn rapped tho tables to order, nnd tdnted that In accordance with a tltne-houoreit custom ho would pny n tribute to tho gruclous woman who founded thn hnsnltftl. II.. nl,t iiui as the last fciirvlvlng trttsteo whose prlv- uego It was to consult with her about the work he thought It was his duty to speak of her udmlrablo qualities lu or der that tho young men contacted with the hospital might catch something of tln spirit which nnlmated her. After testifying 'n relation to tho Intense In terest whh h Miss Fletcher always fell in the hos.iltil President Puckham call d upon those present to Hand In silent memory of the foundur of the Institution, which whs done. Pic.-idcnt lluckham lien called upon Vive-President Henry Wells to make a happy announcement, mid the hitter gave the particulars of tho handsome action of St. Paul's parish of the Protestant F-plscopnl Church in giving the sum of j:.,fXW for tho purpose of endowing a room hi the hos pital. The announcement of the particu lars ot the gift was received with up. plause. In rcpntisc to calls by the presiding officer Dr. Henry Janes or Waterbury and Pr, V. C. Hawle gave liiteiestin'g accounts of their visits to hospitals In various cltieu, and spoke of m, notable futures of the biilldKg and inM hurls of thoc institutions. Di. il. c. Tim.. ham. Dr. J. H. Wheeler and Dr. P. i:. MeSueetiey discussed various Improve ments 111 hospital work and luuiptncnt ami urged various riepartur..s that might be made in connection with the Mary Fletcher ho-pltal. The Hon. C. P. Siiiiih -poke of the possibility or inl.irglug the ward aeeom modat Inns ot the hospliui, mid dlsens.-ed the tiuenion of Impriivemeuts fiom v.i ri ous slaiidjiolnts. .1. L. Soutliwlek paid n ti Unite to the ef.'lelent .idiiih.slriition of tin. ai'falis of the hospital by Snpc rintf nd'm Ii. .1. An drews, and move.) that an expi e mom nf the ie. ogllillim iy II,. Htit.rs ... si.,ff III till' V.lllle of his Mivlll.s be evl..n.ln.l to Dr. Andrews. Al the stigip stion of Mr. Smith the hope was Miihodud In tin. testimonial that Dr. Andrew- inluhl have many nioie years of s. i v Ii . rm-: ann'-ai. i:i.i:ci iuN. At the annual tneellng of the inM, of the hospital following the confiience tnesc otllcers wero elected: President M. II. Uuckham. Vice-president Henry Well Treasurer C. P. Smith. ' Secretary W. J. Van Patten. Auditor Henry Oreenc. Finance committee ('. P. Smith. Heni-v Greene and J. I,. Soutliwlek. Superintendent - Dr. . J. Andrews. Attending surgeon-' Dr. .1. H. Wheeler. Dr. 1. c. Ilawley, Dr. II. C. Tinkhnm and Dr. S. II. Maynard. Attending phvsirians-Dr. P. K. v,.. Swci ney, Dr. H. Tt. Wntklns, Dr. W. A. I.yniaii and Dr. C. A. Pease. Opthalmoloqlst Dr. M. c. Twltcln'll. Pathologist Dr. Ii. II. Stone. The irpor'. of Tre- mi -r c. p. s-.i.itti showed tlie institution to be in n uratif e. ing condition financially. Kupei intendent Andrews icportcd that during the year the number of patients admitted to tho hospital was .i(i and the outdoor i .ttients numbered 713. making a total of i.i-oii. BR0DIE-B0ARDMAN. Mnrrlnge of Young Hnslnesx Man nnd (tue of Burlington's mir llmightrrs. The marriage of Krnest A. Brodie and Ruth I. Board man took place yesterday morning .it in;.:n o'. ioi k at tlie lesidenc (d .Mis. A. B. Boardnian, I'll Main street. Tlie ceremony was performed by the Rev. Seorgc W. Brown. D. IX, of this city, pitor of the Methodist Fpieopal Chinch. Tlie wedding was a verj quiet urn, only the Immediate families ot the contracting pat lies and a lew of their intimate friends being .present, The decoration. consisted of chrysanthemums and wliitu carnations. A luncheon was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Brndio left on the noun train for a short trip. On their return they will ie-ldc at S M.ipl. stieet. MARRIED. BltODI K-BOARDMAN At the homo of the bride Dei-ember G. lTiiti, by tin. Rev. C W. Brown. 1), D., Fnicsl ,, Brodh and Rutli 1. Boardmau, both of this city JOHN A. CORBIN I'niieriil Director nnd lCinbulinrr 17 ( III HCII ST.. Xenr Prnrl Uurlluiitnn, Vt, Teleplione Day and Night, 9-t, Calls iccelvo prompt attention. Lady assistant when d Mrcd. Arsene Boucher, Funeral Director and EuibalEr, 109 North Strast. BtirlltiEton. Night call. Telephone 43..;i 6TATF OF VKRMONT, District of Chit- It-linen. To all persons concerned In the estate of .In.iii l-Tii ml f.....l 1. .r i -j.l..l.u. ..... ... Kiild district, diceabcd, itUWKTINIJ: A. A e.....t l.nl.lA.. ... ..Lll.' i ... " , i . ,i.Fti,ri j,i rmrilllK- ...., . ,.,1,11 iui I,,,-. ',..1,11.-1 ui i iiiiieu denl, on tno Hill day of December, fin,'. no iimiruiiiiH pwi imriiiiK to lie inu last will and testament and a codicil there in nf .Inliii I.Vi Mt wi mi I li.t ,tt' . '..I.il...j..... In said district, deceased, was presenteci ill I I ii- iiiiii i il I mi em, hi, nir iirooaie, And It U ordered by snld Court that th 'JJd day of Deceinber, inn,", at the Pro- t.ri.A l-1.t mrtmU I. M.ll.t II.. It.. 1 " ".. i.i.i iiiiKion, ne unsigned for proving said Instrument: nnd thai notlco thereof ho given to all ersoni coiii-erm-u, vy puunsnillff mis or der three weeks successively In thn Bur- MUKitiii wvnnty r I "u - roil, II newspailer the time appointed. illiirtum, n llirw.v ll'iliniKI 0 Dl ptr netore said Court, at th tlmo plica afoiMiUd, and content tb prob&U J l'il' "III, If you hv causa. iiiven unuer my iiaiiu. ni iturnngton, ill s.lhl illMtrlel. tilth Itlh iln. nt li ci mber, lao5, KLIIII' II. 'I' A FT, -".wy Acllng Juduc VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from fnnrtli pnge.) Hon, was In town Slontlay completing iiriuiigementH for the annual meeting of tho ussocalloti, to on held lu this city Friday, Saturday nnd Sunday, Jammrv ll', 13 nnd II. Dr. fiotild hua secured ihc services for the entire convention of W. J. Colvlllc ii lecturer of national repu tation among spiritualists. Several Stale speakers, Including Mrs. KfHr Webster Chapman, the lest medium, has been en gaged. John (i.illlsou, iiio oldest per.nn In K.ist Montpelltr. died Sunday afternoon, aged ft! years. Deceased lived for many years in Calais and was one of tlio sub stantial cltlZftH of that town. Ho leaves u widow, but no children. Funeral ser vices weie held Tuesday afternoon from his late home, the Itev, I. p. c'hnse of Plalnlicld officiating, lhirlnl was In C.ilalp. Arch Itatchelder lias returned from Heai'.le. Wash., whore, he went in the Intercut of the Pacific. Timber and Ltnn ber company. While there he purohised for the company a tract of timber land In southern Oregon containing several million feet of valuable lumber. Mr. I'atchcldnr cxpecls to return to Orioti In January. Several granite llrm- In this city and ttarra nie tetti.ig a Put of their help go until after the holidays because of n slackness of orders. Tho usual holiday tecess of two weeks will b taken. Tho Itev. R. N. Goddard, a retired npisrnp'il clergyman, b: moving his household goods lo this idly. Ho Is to vrsldo with 1". M. Ouddard, his n n. RTIsm Anna l'hlnney, Tor the paFt year supervisor of niiisic In the public schools of Rutland, 1m a similar position for the. eonilng year in the It.irre schools. Marquis de Lafajelt'i Chapter, Daugh ters of the American Revolution, has elected the following olll. er-i for the en suing yeat : Recent, Mis. A. O. Cum mins: vice-regent Mrs. ('. n, Shlpmnn; "ecrelary, Mi-s Dora K. Hodgdon; treas unr, Mrs, C, A. fiale; Uilaliou, Mrs. Henry Cute; h.storlan. Mt,. M, K, Snillle; chnplnin, t tic A. N. Leww, liainnrd of lio-ilon. The offireis of Brooks Pent. O. A. 11., for tlie ensuing vear. elected Tuesday evening, are; Commander. II B, Wedge; senior vice-eommandei, William Dillon; Junior vlce-romniander. K. P. Sloan: quartermaster. John Mitel, surgeon. J. C. Lenuo : ehnpl.iln, J. II. I.uciu; officer or the day. N. C. Pek; officer of the guard. Churl, a Hnrrnn; delecate to di vision c m-nmpnient. Cliatli-s llair.in; al ternate, P. Sloan. Tin appointive of fireis will b" named when thee officers are Installed In .Innunry. The Montpelier .: Well Itiver railroad sent forward lesterdny the Ian ol a ship ment of carl'.ads of ( ( 'hristinie ttees that have been cut on its line. They were consigned to pnties in Philadelphia. Buf falo and Cincinnati. The l.iimers who sold these trees re.iliZrd on an aerngn of only one cnt e.n li tor liiem. They letail in the cities all th. way ftom 4a cents to J.7. WINDSOR COUNT! SOUTH ROYALTON. l-Mwaid Sibley of Montpelier siient Thanksgiving with h's mother, Mrs. M.ntha Slide y.-Mis- M.iv Buss, clerk in K. A. Thomas's Mure in Randolph, re cently spent a few il.iv with her family here'. Miss (saddle .Vfartin resumed tear-tilng srliooi In Barre mi Monday, re turning to that city on last Siturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Viall spent Thanks giving tvltli his btntlier and family in Randolph. -Mis Hi l"ii lliirli.ink of Kane nmved last Wei. i.sday -v nlng und wa.--the guest of her sister. Mis. L. D. Mc intosh, until Punday.Tlie inarri ige of Miss Besle Stmt Ii. daughter of Charles Smith, to ('bail's Woodbury of New Haven, Conn., oe.uned at the home of the bride on Thanksgiving d-". Mr. nnd Mr". Woodbury left on the two-o'clock express. Mrs. H. K Ban-forth of Water bury recently spet t a t. w days as the gnr-st of her parent. .Vr and Mr. J. M. Shepiird. Mi s. Mary C.riwold and chil dieu of Montpelb r arrveil last Thurs day and are the guests' or Mrs. Sibley. Miss Lucy Hale of Montpelier came last Wednesday to spend the week with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. dnnr .Moise and son of Perry , N. II.. spent a few days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Morse. Olenn Donbleda v of Montpelier spent Thanksgiving with his parents. Mr. Smith, night operator at the railroad station, has gone lo Ins home owing to an' illness with measles. W. (J, Harring ton of Boston hfl last week, alter a few- days' st, i v in town. Peat I Culver has re turned and taken his former position in the depot. Mrs. W. (J Belknap has been ill the past week. John W, Woodward met with an accident last week, resulting lu three ribs being fractured, Mrs. Mabelle chirk has been with her pat ents during her vacation from school leaching in Harnaid. Tlte s. R, o. S. re sumed work on Mondav, after a week's vacation. Joseph Pi Cost of Derry, N, H.. spent Thanksgiving with nlativ.-s in town. Miss Blgclnw, who boarded witli Ml". Imogcne CioodnI- 11, e past woe); left on Saturday, .Miss (ieorgla Abbott i confined lo her tnom by at attack of jaundice, A meeting of tlie Congrega tional church society was held on Sat urday afternoon and tho services of the Rev. Sherman C. Goodwin Jiavo been engaged for Ihc coming two yeais, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norlhrup of Bairo were guests nf 1.. V. Mcintosh last week. Mr. A Veils spent Thanksgiving with Ids wife and daughter, w). are spending the winter In Iio.don. FINANCIAL STATHMKNT. I'he undersigned assistant judges of the County of Chittenden respectfully sub mit the following financial statement of thn said county for the year ending No vember So joiti; ri-;ci:ipts. I.y e ish nn hand Dec. 1, !hi( j ,;,(; Pv cash from one per cent tav..., 2,t2f.J7 P.v Pitcie.it on t.ix from I'udeihni By error In drawing Order jCn. 17hl Pv rent f i oni olllce Bv Stato Auditor's warrant for Court House expenses By peddler's licenses ,!'ii .7S.0U sf..i.i: Total ....fwn.st i)isiuiiki:mi:nts. To paid III county clerk's outers as pir vouchers on tile lt.3iiti.57 To cash In treasury Dec. 1, i!ni5,, J61.I3 Total ..H5.H.2I LIABILITIES, To outstiindlnB order vi W liiivn s.sscd a lux of oun per cent, on thn grand list for lSOS to defray current expenses for rar ending No vember 3L JliOti. Dated nt Bui'lingtmi, In said county, this oth day of December. 1W. JOHN . AI.I.L'N JOHN II I, VON, H Assistant Judgci. FOR SMUGGLING LIQUOR, Charge on Which A. B. Chappelle Was Arraigned. Alleged Proprietor of a Line House nt lllehfnril before Vnlted Slnles 'oiiimlssloiier Johnson Furnished Ball, chatged wllh smuggling liquor Into tills country from Canada, A, B. Chnppeltc was drought before Commissioner (leotge K. Johnson yesterday nnd after waving examination nnd b g held for the next term of the United Slates Courts In the mini of $300, which was furnished, ho told fomethlng of the proceedings that had been brought against him. Chnppclle occupied what was known as a line house ut Rlchford. one of those dwellings which are found frequently em the frontier, half ot the house being in Canada nnd half In the United States. Chnppdle said he had conducted tho place for a Ions time nml that ho hud yearly paid to a ceituln ofTlclal and Imd always been protected. The tcmper- nnco people, finally took the natter In hand and had u special official appoint ed. Chappelle heard that his place was to 1)0 visited Irut, assuming that ns on pre vious occasions the search would be su perficial and that the storing place of his liquor would not be touched, he left a largo stock on hand nnd went lo other partu until the. slorm was over. This time, however, tin- officials made .1 clean sweep, there being representatives from Canada as well ns the United Slates, the determination being to clean nut the place. They found tlio liquor and It wna seized, the value of the stuff being placed by Chnppclle at about tTf,0. Chappelle was not. to be found nnd the Canadian officials, who found the greater portion of the liquor on their side of the line, departed without him. The United States nfflci rs did not give up hope of finding him and Thnmn" Reeves, deputy marshal, was put on his trail. Chappelle was found nt Bakerslleld and was brought to this city. Frank litiilmelte became his bondsman and he was allowed to return home. $6 INVOLVED. Bid I blirli-N 'I rneey Find ur Meal Tiint Amount f Whether the sum of M was stolen by Ch.nles Tracy of whethei lie found the money is a question whhli will be settbd later in city court. Tracy is eniplnjed by ;he Arbuckle company and one of his fi Mow workman is Thomas Lnnnerg.in. Yesterday noon win n Lonii'-rgan put on Ins trouseis to go to ihtui' i- he discovered that J'i which ha el been in a watch po-kct was missing. Trne-y had .il o gone and suspicion fell upon linn. The matter was pliued in the hands of tlie pollc: and Tracy was arrested. He claimed that hi: lound il and gave It to his mother. Mrs. I'racy said lur son had given her fil which he claimed to have lound. Tho iiuount was later turned over to Lontier- sail. I'tncy was arraigned in e-ily court but (he case was eonliniied for two weeks. I'lacy being teleastd on Ills ow n l' eog- nizance. ACTION FOR DIVORCE. I'lillimn Silll for Mlem-il Mlennllon of MleelluiiH of VI r. lniiueiin. The suit for alienation of iiifeclions brought bv Arthui l. Mongeou of Wi uoiiski against deeige II. Will.it of this city was followed esterda by a suit for ihvorc. , brought by Mis. Mongvoti. lu lus suit Mongion iilb-gnl that Wlllett had aheiiated Mis. Mnngt-on's afi'eet 1,,iim .mil lie asked for damages of C.",,imi. In the suit biought by Mrs. Momjeon she names no en-tesponileul but says tlie parties concerned are unknown to her. She fttrthi i- allegis intnleiable seventy and lefusal to support as grounds for di vorce. She asks for temporary alimony and a healing on that question lias been set for December 111. All Injunction has' been isstidl by Judge lla'-elton restraining Memgenii from interfering with the chil dren and with the household goods. Th" case is returnable at the March tctni of couniy num. . A Bull.ird ap pears for Mrs Mottgeon nnd Brown and Hopkins for the petitionee. The papers were served by Deputy Sheriff Lord. WIFE-BEATER FINED. I.imiU l'lnof In Court Veslenlny after Dodging tli,. (IITIeers. After an absence of two or three weeks, Louis l'lnof was arrested yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Itnvlln on n chame of breach of the peace. He was taken before Justice F. G, Wibster, where ho pleaded guilty, being lined '10 and costs of Jll.r.S, the alternate smt- ce being Ml days in the House of Correction, which, he will sei e, Ploof. on no evening of Ust month, amused himself by punching bw wife-, giving her u black eye and otherwise in .luting her. lie finally left Mie house and after making it complaint lo the officials Mrs. Tloof locked the door. Whui the officers arrived at tlie house thev found Ploof endeavoring to gain entrance through the rear door. When he saw- the officers he started on a dead run, being followed until he reached the swnmp on Pine street, where he disappeared. Ho tcturned yesterday and was arrested. REBEKAH LODGES. Annual Meeting of 1)trlt Xo. ft fn tlrlstol Xei AVednesdny. The annual meeting of the Rcbekah Lodges, 1, O. O, F In district. No. ."!, will be held at Bristol next Wednesday with Oniiwa Lodge, No. 41. The other lodges in tlie dlstiiet are Antonio, nf Burling ton, Arrnwanna of Mlddlchury, Queen l-Mlier of Richmond and Wlnnn.i of Ver pernios. The leceptlnn committee appoint ed for the meeting Is composed nf Miss t '.in ie Pattcison. Sirs. Alice Sherwlp, Miss Rerlha Stewart and MIs Fvcn Duuiiif. The programme will bo us fill lows: Opening Work S p. in On.iw.i No, tf Address of welcome, ...Mrs. Ina Hughes Response. Hegreo work Anlorila Nn. II Unwritten work. ...Mrs. Cornelia F. Bond President of assembly. Renin rks. Banquet. Make n note bow to get Klv's Cream Rulm If you are troubled with nasal tiirrh, luiv fiiver op cold In the head. It Is purifying and soothing' to the sensi tive membranes that lino the nlr-nnss. ages. It is made to cure the disease, not to fool tho patient by a short, de ceptive relief. There Is nn ooculno nor mercury in n, un not ne lamni into taking a substitute I'm- Uly's Cieam Balm. All druggists sell It, Frlei, ;,0e. Mulled by -Jy Bros., r,c Warren Sticet, New York. Young Men Wanted FOR STREET RAILWAY SERVICE WAHIIS The lilffhesl p-ild by nny roinprmv. PHIIMAM-INCV No discharges except for misconduct or Inefflclenev IM'HHAMMi PA Salary Increases with length of service. I'ltOMOTIONX Competent men arn ptomoled lo official positions. Por further information apply op write to K.tltl. N. BAM .NUM. Nil WATER HTRKKT. Mention Ihis papi r. BOHTON, MASS. (iood Cookery DOMESTIC SCIENCE IN THE HOUSEHOLD. When ItlV Sll.lVels eeitne linnevln- lit. with: "Say, Pa, nln't they no nrr.ints I ciiti go fer ye, pa' t like, lo run 'm for ye, l'a. R else, as little Itnsinn 'I', tays this morning: "Pa, I always lirnv frit- tr,,, fl.. ' tt . ,l.t . . .. . , , ,,,,,, , rl . , , , " Show-days mit-llty ,-lose.-Booth Tarklng- lon' MICNU, SL'NIJA V IjKC'KM II H R pi. ritKAKFAST. Baked Annies. Cdial. Broiled H-nn. Or.mg.! Fritters. Lntlieed Potatoes. Toast. Coffee. UINNrr.. 'egetal)lc Soup. CiKry. P.'cklrd Ben. Roast Mutton. Current Jelly. I'otatn tmmplliiss. Cold Slaw. Cnraiii'-l P.nfait, Colfee. fiFT'PF.R. Hi nihil Salt Muiketel. Creamed Potatoes. Sliced Oranges-, chocolnte Cake, Ten. Time nine nioiu to be looMmr no our Christinas gifts, and Just here let mo quote from a young girl's letter lu te- spouse to a little rcmenibiance that was delected, not for utility, but because it was one of Die pretty ornaments thai gills Just un'tirully love. "It's a beauty," she wrote, "and I tHIcve you ihntntighly appreciate the- tact that people and esp... chilly girls, always Hk? id,, things they don't have to have " Isn't this a little Cliiisttnas rem: in of itself.' flood, warm llanneN. a pair of shoes, a new limn, or n ban el of Hour ate e.xeelleiit of themsi hi s, und If i. per son couldn't hae both the decorative and the useinl. the ireful should win out every time. If possible, however, com bine utility with beauty, and lor the child ren see to It that 'hey dave some things that "they don'l hnvi to have." WHAT To OIVF. TO SHUT-INS. It Is often a dln'e-tilt matter to decide what to give for holiday presents to plain and dependent foil;, and these practical suggestions advanced last year by a woman who lias long i oimldetPd the needs of othi'is with a view to throwing a much sunshine into clouded lies as pos sible, may help to solve id., proiil.-m of what lo give. Let it be something com lortable "but pi i lly." she s:1yH. Tin, most nirely neeepuiblo gift lo any woman is .i morning sin-qiie or n.-i J.ickit. tlie lat ter being a Utile the dressier. . good quality of lieniietta. idenlow 11 or even wool llunuel muv be jiuuhased for i'." cents ,i yaid, and line. ...iiiis will make an ample garment. The liciulett.i or llauiiel need lining with ll.iiinelei ... or Hun wool stuif If silks is urn ,-oiivi nient. M.i he the back rat In i elose-tltting for coinioit, the ftontr loose nml b.-Ked with a iibbou from the side seams. i,, not get. dinky f.i'a- and puipl s fur ild.ily peo. pie, ta if j on do brighten tin in with bright facings, collars and i uffs. A lil.ick jacket wlili gaun t or i In ri hn Ing, f.-uii-gs and s.itlu bows to mateh is a thing lo please any person, and sei -Uct.tble as well. For i hilly p. r.vons ,.n end rdown ja k.-t m daik lolois, hind with thin red washing silk, makes mi ideal morning jacket that may be worn all day lu winter. Still another comfort for the invalid who dislikes th" weight of heavy covers is a pair of the pretty silk hl.inhi t. which tue less than fj a nair. and warmer rli.m anything but down. They come in tlio gray i.oninn snipes, anil an- just the thing to tlitow over tho bed at night if ono vi.hes e-vtia r-overs or in oso hi ih daytime on the couch, when one lie down for lorly winks. WRAPPING CHRISTMAS C.1FTS. ...... . ui. .... it, 1. 1 ,t ,iihk v iiiisini.is j. ups sei'uiess laisius, one cup tiirrautj-. gifts so us to add to their atirm-tiveness, half a cup thin sliced citron, the gr.ited l..-.,..1 ,..,....ule ...I.I. i -.j'.i...t .. . . . , .,....., ,, v..., .1... .in .iiiuuii.iiiee ui white tissue paper, a package of the m- ixpensive Japanese naklns th.it come at. iiii i,.-.iuu .vim me iiun- iHiniiT.., ineiiioi a ii-aspooiiiiii in cinnamon, ope-quarier plenty of red and green bell i Ibbons, tho of a ti aspoonful or i loves, and a Hi rd of shade ot heillv berries nml ti.ivi-q r.,r ft- lai.n.t.tnfi.l ,.t ........t i,.. ...n dig. wi.in the package as daintily us possible in n nankin or llic tissue nannr and tie with white tibbon. Slip Into this your vislimg card on the back of which write Mime of the sweet Cht isf.n.is mes-I siigis of whldi the wmld never grows weary. Wrap again In tissue paper, lie one w.iy witli led ribbon and the other way Willi holly gieeu. and where tlie lib- puns cioss Inseit ,i spiing or holly leaves WHY WAIT TILL Thursday, December 7, W't sluill tilVci' ii liii';.'c anil iittriu-tivo line of YOUNG MEN'S SUITS For litres tVdin li'i to L'll Inen ....... ...... ..11 ......I. 11 itiir.i-1 ( oil- mi jiiimi.- tii eilile niiiiinei' iiiul luive lieen in mini ifTJ to ifli. On I the eliniee nl' ihc lot ft if No hoy should miss this PEASE'S City Hall Square, South. omJbtSTjwTt and berries. Mill arllflelal sprajs ol holly with berries como is low us n and ten cents, and tuny be usd Instead of the real whers tho package has to g.; some distance. Instead of tho ribbons for tying, iafl'.i led and green was used last year with charming result.', crossed and tieq r lint bows llko tho ribbon. There , also In the shot new beautiful y.ti -ribbons with hu. spravs used in I . hi sifts. l"OR MAILT NTS. Common sense, strong paper and plnt; 01 m-ine nrn essentials in ot twine nre essentials in .... .... i.ii-"". iiJH-i-is inr ine inni tr o wl-h to be suro of your gift ie,,.,,, H" destination Intact. And. fust, .ommrr sense. Last year among the p.inelt 'lin illv atittioned off bv the pnstotlj, t jo!.,,:is ut Washington after evMy ef-or .inn i.ren ntaiie to find out to whom t iii were originaly addressed were paekaget nelely Wl.ipprd in tissue papet i ic, with tlnead or darning cotton. Natural ly in the irowdtd mall pouches tnrir p., Ish was seen in u few hours. Ma 1 c"i i on i he trains frequently profit bv o'b. , people's e nrelepstif-ss at Chi istina: tine Jioxis ed candy and i-lgais .as. -ured mapped fly open it. the crush and ar m ci-pted without demur ns lnr ,,r , , Ipirqtllsltei of ofllce. After wi ripping u Iparid In soli tissue paper, thru if sible Inclose It In a box of juste hoai i .If onlv winpplng papir Is n.e,. ,rJ j.ne i,ni to i,e punched In it by i reles 'tlnpeis or s.imibody else's panel. I'netv j lute something stirf is better, l ie, th j box- tight and then put on the ndd'e so innt in case tlie outside winpp". goes by the Imnid the Inside on., w I still be stilllclent for it to reacli Its dest nation. IN SKND1NG A DOLL. After wrapping In plenty of soft p.ipn placi in a box or wrap stiff pasieboaie about it, first protecting the head. iB and arms with exce.hlor or cotton l ,t ling. In lying packaces tie as tightlv as po. silde without Injury to the- nttttle m tim it will not slip. Write, as still b, t ei print l!ie addiess in larirn nlmn . li .f meters and with good black ink. P,t tin addiess of the sender in the Lpprr ' corner, and if n lehandlse, p a th.r nounceinent in the lower corner. TI s ,-n facilitate..; in th quick and safe l.indlni of tlie mall. All things eoiisnlried it is Eafer fi i p, ishable or bnakable aitiih.s t-i be m by express. If ou do not want t q, llvered b.foie ( hrlstmas all the expre-s companies have small red tucs on wins ill" printed "Not to lie opened ,nt Christmas." This at your reqtn-st tn. )tit In a piomineiit nlnee where the i eipient cannot r.nl lo si - it. In m.i-i m tne hook simps uns year are to n. f.ej ,. a little book which s-1s tor In,- !i Tills contains ten white labels on w-l ' I is i-iiuriivid "PI., in do nut up, i, i.'t I lilistmas." These arc all gunmen i to lastcn, wo.ui:r: bags. Tie ,-e may be made to la-t onngr holiday week alore or thioiiLrb in.- . , i with wnkly drawings. Ucslui. d .n ign.it lv lor ocean voyagers who n. id . p. i , up, they have now lound f.nur w-Hi nose who v ish to lull, while nw.n -hr lei t- days or a chronic invalid or .,Ked p imp To make I he in, take enoituh siionc n. cretonne to make a bag about h ilf .i , , long or square. But a drawing si it g " tin- top. llk ribbon .m lu. h U-I,lf I'll.' ..I the openimr of the bag should bi as n a .- nairow ribbons of dilferent coloi s ,i- tp lire gifts Inclosed. Tied at the en, .if these ribbons and securely hiddi ,i n , bag should be placed any small . r t 1 that will surpiNe. comfort or am ixe i . lecipient. Pinned to the free ends of i ibbons may be the different il.it r wl,. , tlie are to be drawn, and ihc " fts i. made appropriate to tho day. Anyili ug perishable should be near the top foi the in si urn wings. UNGLlSIl PLUM PUnDIN'i. The reeipe of the Boston eookmir s. . , for Ungli.-h plum pudding if.-qulres as ,l. lounuatioit hair a pound stale hi,., I i minus (nearly three cups), and half t pound beef suet chonncd line. The hi.-...i slmttltl t, ,-r.t.wl A. 1,1 In .l.r. ...j.. linn ui mi ufitiii- 1 1 1 U mou, ana a cup or sugar. Mix togellnr thoroughly w th t hand, thin add the bread, three-quarte s .iga.it add tlie well beaten volk?. n..d 1 s ,1 the stifliv beaten whites. Steam si I lioui s in a quail mould well buttered ,d serve with a hatd or liquid nuci. Send to the table witli a spring of I ou 'stuck In the tup, and brandy pouted m.-i i- and lighted. Just heiore serving s- a (ei a few plunn d r.i.sius .ibont thr h,.,i ol tin- pudding i B.M.MA PVDDOC'IC TKLl-'OltD THE HOLIDAYS! years. These suits lntve Imp . It... in i ui- iji-m iii,-t- AA exeellmt sellers 0 O OO luirsdny, Doc. fllflt f t-haiiea J