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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY DECEMBER 28, 1905.
NEWS OF YERMONT. More Iinpnrtnnt Rrrnti (Jrnuprit for Vrt-e Vrenn ltcnder sheriff Vth ( Hutliiud t'onnly Appoint Deputies). Slictla' 1'isli of West Utltlnml, who sue rccilcd the lair; Sheriff I'cnbndy, ns shrrlrt nl Jttttl.ind coiiiUy, appointed six or his deputies 'Wednesday, .Ml of his drpulli uppullitril yoned tj tuti-f Shclilt l'lnhnd, li'iij Include V. S. AVhltt.ikt r nt lllltktinl, John V. Smith, one ut llii' he-opeis ill tho House of Correction, .lolin II, Folio, of Knit" IlriM'tl, K. D. Ilfldili of I fc-tiiM iiml Kdwlu Ullliti of Cilstlotun. The nthrr thins old deputies will bo i ciippiiinU-d later. SIHUNT.rtS TO JtUIJT IN' TU'TLAN'D. Throe hundred shrlncrs fiom nil p.uta nl Vermont are expected to tic present at tlic onntinl mcclliiu' ot I'nlro Temple, A, .. O. N. Jl. S.. In Masonic- Temple In Itul html Filday iiltri'iiooii, the "Mh, nt tour o . look. Al this session petitions will lie lecolved. balloted imd I In- otibr cummuiii .itid. 'j'Iiis UlspnsUlnn has been re .tiled from thti Imperial pnloiiluto, llany A Collins. 'I'liiru ft pri'sculnlh rs In the 'mpirinl roiiiirll, which w II ho hold at l.ns Angeles, C.il., Jlny 7 timl , mill other nllloers, will l"1 circled. 'Pile oltieers will Im liistulh d Immediately fitter the result if till' ll.lllfllS tS IdlOWII, 'I'll'' ti lllpll! will iiil.'ouru i Id session after the onicets uro i-leeled tinlll M"ii) Friday evening. At this lii'iir a iccoption und ball will h.- given In Masonic hull, Cos's ore-lustra will play. ; upmost hoys wix scnoDAitsnii' Severn! V rmont boys have been award ;d sehokit ships nt Phillips Hetor Ac-nil-tiny In i;.i-tor, X. II.. in curding- to the ,i. t announced. They hip ns follows; .lolin '-. Hughe. Hollows l-'nlW. second class fhiliiiFhli; Paul A. 'taymond, Stowe, mid "William II. AVurrcn. Xoith IVnnfiot, upper middle classes, Sibley scholarship, .''On. Mild Phillips scholarship, $"i0 each; Harvey 15. Chare, "Wliilinghnin, lower middle class, Kingman schokitshlp, '), ,iud Phillips scholarship. Sinn; F.ttlph 51. Knight, Hi Mows Fnllo, lower nildillij class, Phillips i-holnl'!liip, fhi'. SICXATOU IIOI.UKUOIC IHIAU. .ludso Aitlin- T. llolbronk of I.r-inini?-ton ihfd Thin sdii-' ninniliif,' from tho i-f-fft-ts or li prir-ilylli fbocU whlrh hf snf firod tho nlRht bi-rnro. Tlu- Unio of tho Uinor.il has not bcoii dotoniiini d. Aithur T. Holhrnok was bom In l.oinnmtun, Xo ombor S, ISIS, and wa, t hoi ofuio. Hrf inrs old. lb- was idin-nlnl in the public j-ihriol-i and at Cololirook Aiadciny. t'olo lironlc, X. II. llo had boon n falinoi- all lus life. nwnitiK an ostato of I'.ln aoios. lb was a liii-mb'T af the cotistltiitlnnal oon lontiou In llo roprohonlod l.oiiiiiu;- lun hi tho J.osliilaturo ot J7 and mi-n.--silaiit judKo of T.sP'x: toiinty ooiii't from WS to lore. At tho tlnu- of his death bo was tho senator fiom Ksox oouuty. In tho Hi-nato. of 11'Ot ho was rhalrinan of tho committer on federal relations and of tho Joint comniitlio on hbraiy and served oil tho committee on military af fairs and lnchw.iys and brldRi s. He hud been clerk, treasurer, aKdit and JnMico of tho peace ill l.omliiRton tor man.v iars. llo was a republican in politics and ins ullt-'ioiis preference was fur the Methodist Church, .ludse llolbrook was united In iiuirriap: with Mariul t. daiisli tor of .IimIrp and 5lrs. Nlln" J.yman of I'olobiuok, X. II.. .I.miinry 17. 1". To rhlldi'on, Maude I., and Harold A., have br.ui born to tlicm. has VAi.rAiii.v: uni.ie. .1 T. Kcminu-tini of T.enniUKtrni vIIIhi last S.itinday sold to M, II. Unbelts of IValllimford tno old hninc-toad in tint i Ml i"! I'nroieilv inu.od by .lar.iiiK el Dolv ibo was burn in Kochester. 5Iass.. July 17tl, and died Xovember H. Is", at the us" of W, and was a soldier in the l!i vo luticiliary War and 11 the War ol a frh nd of Oi n. Washington and a nn m hei of the body (iii.ird (it lien. I.afavctto, Mr. Ueinlnstfili i- a l--'al deseondant of IfyouMiist onaccountoi your health wye nrui Coffee WHY NOT TRY THE BEST SUBSTITUTE OLD GRISTMILL WhWCOlTEE? Has all the virtues possible in a health drink made with wheat -besides being Pleasing to the taste -and you don't tire of it Try, it and be healthy OLD GRIST MILL-Charlcstown.Mass? 'IllClnivry nf 0. P. IIV. MIH-flllllptt I'Hlari Mli-ititiic t-Hri nri'l tho com. furHnfllie r I pno fl Totirut MIcfiiliiK 4'iM ml nr. more p. an Tlllutliri ln, i. J'U'it 'Imrr'.llng I-.n-tt-ia-'er seiiiB f ni- .0C,1 to U'lVi'lltfllU Mn(1rllt,tntirntf' tor M V telir riiliililli,iioi joii ni:iy PfK, I, p.tririr itv. I hrnnicli Cur l.liipuln Cllirnvo, .St. I.outii, St. Paul, and l'acino f.'omt. writu n. j roi.viv, Wikliinrlon blreH, z I ROUND Itrip 1 TICKETS i I PACIFIC. COAST. BOOK BINDING AND PRINTING. It will cost you nothing to get prices and wo have been able to gain and Butini'y so many good customefS that wo Joel mire, that you also will liml our print shop and bindery able to servo you to your complete sutis. faction. TUB "RER I'RF.SS PniMIMG luUatO. VU BaKinf Powder Absolutely Pure DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It docs not contain an atom ot phos phatic acid (which is the product of bones digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum (which is one-third sulphuric acid) sub stances adopted for ot her baking powders because of their cheapness. paittnontji will bo able to iiltond the on eiitniiinent incollliB. llobcrlrt J'ost of Itllt bind will present tho lintno ot John A. Hliddon, i(rttiniiiHtci- of that i-lly, for tho lioslllon of ilcpal tmottt coiniiiandci- of Uiiii Hlnto, to tniccerd the litCHciit coin timtider, Soyinonr Wood of HI. Albans, who has hold tho position slnco lust 1-Vb-rnaty. .Mr, Hhcldon Hcrvod dining 'tho Civil War, mid uiik caiilaln In lh 10th Vol muni, volnnlocr.-, At r. Sheldon Iiiih hold liiaiiy piHillotiH of honor In Rutland, lie MTVod tin- city art mayor, and Is now on hlti second trim as lioNtniaslor. I'l.NMIO I'UII J1.1.KC1A1, l)i:i:it KII,I,IN(! 'hallos IJIinnilcl? of Knst rittsfoid was round utility In lintbiiid city mint l-'ilil.iy felllll of Mhoi'llHK tloer lllcKally bint Miiliilay. I In was lined JI'kj and mi is. Ho appeal. .1 and I iirnlHheil ball In the; atlin of 'Ji;,iJ. A. Ol.l) I. A NDMA Ulx U-:,Vj:ii. 'I ho did Wlllald Htoto at Olfoid bniliid to tho urotind early Wc-dm vl.iy tiii-ti I utr. Not a vi-aHko of "'hat has been a land turn Is for a htindnd joins leinalnii only .'inol.hn; rnlii". There may I"- theories ol how It caiiKlit, but aliMilulely iiollilin;' Is 1,iiomi, Kin! I Int h and wlfo who lived "Mr ih" store baiely '-."oaiM d hi llioir lUulu clothe-.. 'I'helr rnrnllnie an well as tin Muck In Hie Moli- Is an entile oj.. Tin iiiiitoiiiH or the i-afo wore iinlnjiii'i d. The Sinn- If u ported to have been inlrly will eoM-iul b liiMltalico. I'nf ;i:i yeaiy the .'lore was PI tho Wlllald lainll.v, but i bill, nt i i- a Mar lino, It was told to tla Howe l ti'cii he r-, who wito th-i pi cent ow uer. Mr, Poty and now has n sill; haiidhorchiof pi-'.'M'titrii nun rorty rears him ny ins Krandinother who -.as a sll r of Mr. ll-ity. who carilod I lie- handUeicblof ilur Iiik tho two war" mentioned and at one time was nsid to bind up wounds he to reived ill battle. It is all Interc-Ulni; icliu and memento of lhoe early days and Mr. liemlncton would imt part with it fur many times its welnhl in Kold. J'.KNNINfiTO.V rOfNTV COLMIT. The Hist Stato case durinK the prcent term of llenninKton eounty ciunt was called Thnr.-day, wlan lahMird llour.in, a furnnr now-dealer on Main street was oharRiil w itli havliiK mill pernicious lead Ins matter to boys. Jit tin- divorce case of labia May I'r.itt against Silephon .1. l'ratl, a bill was granted the petitioner, Willi tho cu-jtody of tin- minor child. INVr.STlHATION l'l STl'ONf3 H. eiov. fh.irlos .1. llell Fa,s that the In M'StiKatiiiu of the Unlive (if ( 'orr ctloil will be made after the holidays, tin ex act date to be decided by the Investigating committee. It was orlRlnally pltimud for this week. Governor Tloll expects to be picscnt. The committee will read Its re port at tins meeting. The InvestlKation will bo made as the result of a vol" passed a year ami by tho 1.- flslatiuc. TO KNI.AIK1K KCAt.i: WORKS, The Itowo Scale company of llntliiiul, whieh shut iIiumi lis powir Salimlay niht, for two weeks, will open the now j ear with a larse number of oiders, The concern is busy takitiK an liiMiIce of this stock, linins up its shaftiiiK and tuakim; other neces.-ary iniiirov einonts. The firm expects to install betwesn $ihmj and $Ki, fin.i worth of new machinery befoie work K resumed. Now buildings are aNo un der coustruetiiiu, which ate expected to bo completed and ready for occupancy when the power Is nK'iin tinned "n at tin- company's shop. IIUAKUMAX KlI.T,i:r AT WKM.S !:ivi:i:. Henry mrler of l.oniio.willo, r. Q., a brakenian on one of the- local fi eights, was instantly killed in the Wills Hivcr .inl Uei-onibcr 1."., while helping do -!-liiftins. '11 Tf - li. Al. lielKhts cais hae tin ir ladders In the corner of the , ud, while the IVunsylvauia cars have tho ladder in the center of the end. 'ar tor made a jump to climb up the ladder on the Toim, car, icaehlnt; for it on the corner a if it were a is. fc M. car. His haniN failing to catch hold of anything In- fell back, was caiisht by the brake beam of the car and pushed iiIoiik about jii feit. His ne-ck war, probably broken by the fall and hi belli;; pushed aloiiK both arm-, one shoulder and an ankle woie broken. Carter was 'Si years old and bad been winking on tho road less than a year. A N'KW GliANITK QUAIHtY. Rora Jli'othcis and Hooker company have Iiokuii iiiarr. Iiik sranite on tho east side of lllao Mountain in South Rye Kate. This (piarry is neaily a mile from any load and liny have, petitioned tho selectmen to la out a winter toad, crossing lands ljeloiiRintr to A. V.. Hall, William l-'rasier. 1!. 10. Fuller and Y. I. Nelson, If this Kianite Is up to the standard, and the ownei- think it pro tltablo after worklni; It this winter, they will petition I'm a perinaniiit road in the sprhiK. K not tluy will abandon It. Rut the ouilook for a goexl thlilK is surely far betid-, than any oilier on the mountain. AiiO'"r fi c(j.sioni:i:s havj: i.igt'Oit iii:tci:ni:h. About W consiKiires of the llejuor seized in a car December 19 weto In Haiiu city lourt l-'riilii.v morniiiK; and elaimul their propril.N. The coiut ruled that the elalnn win Mihd and ordeird the liquor return ed, Several bariels consigned to lletltlous names will b In Id loi a while, and piob.i hl will bo spilled lab r. Stnti ' A tlorney S. Ilolllster .laekMin l-p u'.s he is on tfte tiack of an tiyi-ni who solicits business there and will iidcaor to serine evidence, jufln.-lcut to wjiraut proineulloii. ni:.NNiNt;roN clu ntv court, In JteiiulnKton count v coint Thiiri,ty the mi'c of stale asaiuvt IMwaid Hoiiran. liaised with m lllliB poi nleloiin literature to oinis bojs. was (plashed em the ground that tho complaint win, iiiMilhcleiit, Thu case ot llarl imalnst the Kaulo Kiimro lonipany of Shattshnty, a suit for mfiM laniaRcs for inluiies sustained by the complainant while at woik in the det'end- unt'a factory, has been settled. IMPOSTOR STIU, AT WORK. Tho cattle buyer who has been men tioned In the press ns 'Trunk CTwmc of Rrndfotd" find "Kiank Jackson of HpiiiiK tleld" appeared In Roehester as "i-'rank Sanborn of Woodstock" and disappeared soon after with $." of borinwed ensli. b'rom ruitlier party ho boiiHht $375 worth of slock and tried to borrow $'i.5rt to settle up a previous trade. The slave blaekllis man lias also been In evidence there, but had been loo well adveitised to meet wltll complete suei ess. A TORNADO AT D NIJV, The most severe wind storm ixpurl enccd lor many yours prevailed at Dau by Thui?day afternoon fiom 7 to 12 o'clock. The worst sufferer wns tho 8. I.. iHlttltli t.iimnor company, wlilrlt was illinaceel In Hie extent of $;ii, About .','nn fret of lumber hi piles wi,s eatti(r td vtr an aica of M ui iy.i f c3t. '1'lit loof of a landed uu I'aotiiry, bo-c ear the loof .-reeltillB was blown off of the til llllth tile buildlm-'. and box The was and roof of the tlrilllth blacksmith simp Mini demolish! d. Telephone poles chimneys were blown down. A fielittil Mir ;i 1 1 ii i "i ( , I to .i train on the Rutland road was imroofid near Dauby, the roof beliif; blown a ilNlaneo of twenty roiN. a riti-.AK in i-nirui:.-'. Sotnel'.ilntc o" a freak, mentally, In Royden Palmer, used L'l. who is now li hifj with Carl Itowman near Wist Hi,ok tlold. His forte Is tie- letention in mind ot a laige anay of Memos, so haul for most people to recall, i gives him no dllfieiilly whatever to reply Instantly at.ii eoiti" tl,v to s ieh ullestlons as 'What Is the number of snuare miles in inch of the Htntis and Teiritoiies of the I'lilon ' "What Is the population of each Stat ami Ten itorj , .-u rditut to tin census nf kino Name .Vi citing df the i ountry, one In i a el i State and Tot liter-,, with popula tion of eaih." -'(ii(, the names of the dllii lent bodies of the solar s.istcni, their relative location and tho distance bitweeu each." Most of this info niatiou he has picked up lilm-elf, I'almer Is an orphan and rut id lor in p.ut as n town ch.ifKi , Despite his poi ull.ir liiental faculties, he has been not quite HkIiI in his npp-r story always, and for two yinrs wa an Inmate of the State hospital at Wati rbury, win re ho devoted moit of his time to study. liKS AVINDHAM l.r.MHKI! di:ad. Tho Ooodcll I.uinber (ompany ot Wind ham has been sold to the Vermont Mar ble company of I'miter. 'I lie deal was lOlihuninUd December s. The title to some u.ei") acie.s passed and it Is under stood that the consideration was about i,ijon. The Vri muni Marble company uses about I.ijhi.kiii feet of spi ace annual ly for cintim,'. It is said that what tites mi the Wiinlhaiii ti.c k are lar-je i-uoiikIi to cut will be win kid off as needed and the sm.illet Kiowth will be kim li time to ib clop. I'. S. MARSHAL, II. V. HAII.KV, VKV. SHNTKD (iul.D WATCH. I nited States Marshal II. AV. liaiby has been present' (1 with a handsome cold badse as a Christinas Kilt from the live Vermont deputies. Mr. IJailey is passine; the holidayi, in Mass.K liuet Is. ni:w eiiAi'TKR op o. i:. s, at John son. A eliapter or the order of the Kastiru Star was orn. mixed In .lolui-ou Kinliy alt- einoon with the followhm otllcors; Worthy pation, I". H. Sheiwin, worthy illation, Mis. I'icrcc; associate, Mis. Sin r win; tl ensure r, II. Al. Maxlield; londue trcss, Irs. Watoi bury: aisoelate eondiie licss, Mrs. Italch; Adiili, Aliss .lennic Si bi son; Until, Miss Ada Warren; Kstlicr, Aliss Alay Mailidd; Martha. Mis. liar bam; lilietra, Mr.-. Tatro; warder, Mrs. Viuect; sentinel, il. Royee. STORK IN IJAKKKSl-MKI.D liURNlCD. About two o'clock rriday moruiUB a lire was dl.scoveiod m the cellar ot li. o. Tlllotson's stole in liakerslleld. Only the books, money diawer and a few small ar ticles were s,ived. The the was diseinond by the lamlly living over the stoic, who made their ifcape lu their niKlit clothes. There was a small insurance on all the property. (SOW IDi: COM I NO llOMK. Henry C. Ide, formerly of St, Johns bury, who Is aetiiiK Kovrrnnr of the I'hilipplne.s dtiriup; f.ov. I-uke 11. WrlRhl's six mouths' leave of absence, will start on Ills leave of absence next May and will visit his old homo. Tho families of Jitdi;o Charles W. Willaid and Co). Albert W. HastliiKS, both former St, Johusbiiry residents, were expected to irach Alanllu the Hist week in November. One of Acting liovcrnor Ido s lirst nrrielal arts was to appoint Col, Albert lla-illiis a member of tin. municipal boatd at a salary of ?i,.-,oo. 4. A. SllKLDON I'OR CuMMANDCR. flans nre bring urranscd for the an- uiiul tnriiinpnient of the V, rnu'iit Orand Allliy ef the Itepuhlie, which will be hold nrl year with (he Stannunrd t'ost of Ilurllntfton, some time In February. The exact date has not been llxed as yet, as It Ik expected that the coiuinander-iu-chlef who Is making u tour of the eastern de- NOT WORTH THE PRICE. Thei'i nl' I'alr of Old IImtMhm-. 1MII ( oil .li rniiie Pemnri ttitfl. 'I be III, ft III .1 ad b en w in n " lie mars abom J:, 111 dais lu He tin- J 1 1 , 1 u 1 1 1 " 1 1 1 ,IK. mil si t aside Pi of eouill ' emu I The ease nn'i'ii w is i'ouipl"ti d stand in liN imn hi i onip.i ny villi pair of over-hoes which ii- time will i ost ,li roiuo or lie will have to se rve House ol Correction. If ilu-d bun in city coin t Is a jury at tin next term -I I lemai s m city emu t irlday. lb- took tin lehalf and told now hi . John Doyle and Robei t Tlivnm, isi d the home of Antolne Val uers and wluii walthiK for a drink of walei notii iil a pair of ovei'shiK s. De nial's ,uil lu did not see the times amiln until la pin his hand in Ills pocket and found one. lb -aid .b- oth- r was then handed to b i i l.v Doyle, How the "hoc cainc lo In- u i i- pocket Denials was un able to ,iy Later the overshoes were elalniiil by a man who was- at Valllel" and sunn all' i w. mis Dennirs was arresl- ed. Di-ni ir- w.i- I" mil nuilty ami v.a- li-'i'd tl ami cots ol ;.'.',.;:;. the alt'-inato . u-te-nee li. mi; til di.v- In the House of Cor rei tion. lie took an appeal and fiirulsliisl bail III tl ' si, Mi ui' .",'!. Dr. KENNEDY'S ' FAVOR TE REMEDY tlBant to take. I'onrrltil to :tirt .AlidWrlrnmo In every IIoiiic, KIDNEY md LIVER cur. tlr. Krntitirlr'H ruTnrltn Rtnnlr l Kilaptixl tei nil siiei ami Impi otTenlliiK n r. nifinent rill-f In nil rtr punned lir ImpiiMtr thei ,' on, ni'nirj, r,i,ii,iir nmi ijivcr inni, ilnlnl, (nmalintlon. Hint wcaklr-wri T.rpultoi- to "VeeaildniKklsti. Mx bottles I0.0U. FREEDOM WAS SHORT. Ilunrne 'ienry Huoekeil mil by ili'o luil, Itriliieed Otir-tlnlf. lnrllin,lon alcohed, althoiisih rt-ilue-i d lu stleiiKth one-half, ploved to be mine Hum tho system of Hum-lie Oeary could stand and allor Ic Iiik nut of Jail only a little over J bouts he was hkhIii nt-re'sbd for helm; ilriuik. He was be fore JuiIko Mov.( r In city court Thursday and ns it was n si road old use pr. i disclose, pre viously havlnu entrriil a pl'-a of Kililty. tiear.N said In- clime here from Mont pi 1 ier lo i-t work but Instead of m'ttim: em- ployinnit lie Knl drunk. After sorvltn? lus Mist t ii d.ijs In 1 1 he thoilKht he w end, I K' t a Job iititumllnr? liny but none of tin fatineis wanted a man of bis size and wri-tlit and he watiilcrrd lo the north part of Hie city. In saw tin simi of a second il.is-i becn-n Miloou and be thoiujhl he would Mnd a. web oine tin r- evi n if Hie funnels did not want lilm. He went Into Napobou St. OeorKc's saloon on Norlb street and boiiulil 1.1 cents worth of uhohol. lb- had aiiothir half pint bottle and went to a meat market and made his hilt pint a full pint by the addition of water. This he drank mid the next ihlin,' he l eniejuberi d h- was lu Jail. tieaiy said he could not pay Urn and he was sentineiil to setve ,!n days lu the llniisi of CortecllMii al Rutland, lo will Institution he was taken Frida. CIVIL JUDGMENTS. ALSON BRADLEY, BANKRUPT ."cjcrnl I n-illliirN Tlilnk 'I'lie.v Were ni I'n ill Treiileil li.i lilm. The Ik arm, on the ilisehurso fmai batikrupi' v in AI-.iii Jhailley of Willi.-ton was paitiall.' ' uaplitnl I'l'lday In I'm e Refer"- 1,'eom. U . I leliervllle. Tin re are seveial iredlioia who obji.et to the ih-i-eharse In mf, si.iUkI on Ihe Kioiuid that liradl-i inn,' to his wife peisoiial propitty vabi",l at oiei l.n'j for the ptir-po.-e of detraii'liio,' bis crodlloi s. Tin- ( I , i i m '- that Ju-adliy coin eyed to the lie.Midlds , Miiilnnl" lonipany per sonal properl- n uu h Was In tuiu ( on vovdl to Mi . liradley, tie transaction bi um made without iceompiiisc to the company, it I int; claimed that the com pany had "ihir dealings iiiMihins a faun and seeiir-'l their fee- In that wa. Air. Rr.tob- anil Ills will i laiin thrre was no ii'ii-mpt to defraial ih er( ditors. Vnrlel of CnseM Itlniimeil of liy ,1m- tlee inlillnu. Justice V. A. Spaldim; lenderod Judn ment Thursday in tin; i ae of William UNkelaiils vs. Aloiui Makrcwii'.invliia, alias Kllen AleCall, for tho plaintiff to recover il.nniiKes of ?ll and costs of Jt.2:i. The American Woolen Co. appealed n trustee and illsoloscd Jll.ri'!. In lip,- held for that amount. lu tho (use uf IMward S. Kim,'s!and s. Jo-i ph Ahoarn. .Itidmnent was ren dered for the plaintiff lu iroover d. inl aws of .'! and costs of ?l.t'A The Central Vermont Railway Co., as trust, e, dis closed $7 and was held fur thai ainoimt. Other judgments n nib red woie as fol lows: A. li. Mansur s. Alport it Rn-in-bei(,', damages of J1.7.'i and costs of Jt.T."'; .1. W. Madden s. W. H. Din fey, dam ages of J-, and costs of $;!.."in; 1'. J. t'owb-s s. J. I;. Hartshorn of St. Jolinsbury, 1. images of JlRl'S and eots of $:,.tt; I'. J, Conies vs. Nathan R. Shitte of Albany, damages of .T-7.sii and costs of n..7. CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS. i:erelne for nmt li.r (hr I'lillilreii of Tliree unilny MehooU. The first celebrations ut the ehuielies ot the fistlvnl of Christinas occurred Satur day afternoon. At the Methodist Church a programme of music and literary oxer else s was given by the pilmary, kinder garten und cradle roll departments of the Stuid'iy school. Thrre was a largo ill- tetidanee both of the little fnlks und their parents ami older friend". The pto grainiiie Ineltided many songs and ri cita tions by members ol the school, At tin conclusion of the exercises Hie fills fioiii the Christinas lues wele dis tributed lo the hildien. FIRST CHI RCH. Saturday afternoon Iiom thne till live Mtc hippy f hrl-tinns Iioiiis lor the smaller ililldiui of the I'lrsl ciiureh Sund-iy rchool, During thai time tin- lit tle ones, their patents and frletnK gath ered hi tin upper room ol the chap-1. which was deeorated with gtoous and trie, Afl.r the ehildieii had plaved vail mis games the Chrlslmus tins v,otu t---ealnl and Ihe gifts dit rlbitte d. In Ihe cm nlng the older children met in tin sani" iiiiiin fur their e.( telses. R. fo-'i the distribution eif the Rifts a novel cn ti rtinnim nt was glvi n bj mine ui' the U aeliors and seholais of the school which Was well lalllnl out. Two seen'-- frolll Hie old 'iinl w(ll known story or -"I'.e-Itlid Chilstinas I'm ol" wen- read b Miss KIlKaboih Van I'atii n, while the scenes wen depicted hi pantomime on the stag". Tin tlrsi scone was laid In th" Ruggles kilt-In n, wluie Mrs. Rugglc', Impersoii alul by .Mrs. F. W. I'orrv, tried lo "barn Uu- mm children a code nf manners foil's'- a. the dinner parly. I.ul'i tin wdl meani behavior ol tin children as they paitoi.l; id the boiinllful feast was' do pleleil clnvi rly. The pantomime wai glve-n by tin following children of Hi. Sunday lohoo who i I, eily llv.'d the nine l!u;. gl"s li'.iii S.nah Maliib: down to liaby I .ai t y : llnzil Weeks as Sarah Maud . diaries Smith u y ivt.r, Margiiei iteColbalh. Il-l--n llajis. 1'ibau Woodbury, I'lorenie Itrew ' r. I'lilllp 1!, , Ruth Mllb r and Rob. ri Atkins .is Kahy l.ary. In the dinni , .Mr. and Mr-i. v. it. llnyis took ilu p..i; of Mr. did Mi. ltltd. while .Mis- Anna Rejn.ilds assist, , Ml the serving. Following the pantomime Sani-i CI. iw hims'll disli United tin tlft- fnan Iwo tins and the eli'ldron Willi hoiai h.ipin t'NI'J'ARlAN ej H 1 ; r. 'J ) ; . Tuttle's Ell: cures ncatlv all common lie) lllnalits, Wlicn we ,By ( i ami it fnlU.IK'iUcuanl. Nil elnlnieil jet. (,tt Itcc "Vti nary i.tprricnrr, ion imi Mnf,e joii innitereif bore tnent, An.l illsfiifs W'rlvfciil Tultle'nCIUIr Co.,1 ' S7 Bvtrly St., ln,MI JUMPED FROM MOVING Ci J, W. O'Connor lny l,,,sr n Hi -nilt. John W. o'Coiinoi, an i , r Wells Re Illillb'oll eoliipin i i v an nciidinl Salimlay rim in wii li Im apaeita'r him for somi I. id wll may n suit In the ampul n i Ills P'gs In low the kill'. Ml I I CoiJ was returning to hi. hotm mi I oil a Wllinosk! hill eel I le we the ft i ii t iilatforni of tin i ' it n neh'il Hast avr title In j i the ear was still In tin. torn. lie was Ihiowti under II i w heels p.lSeil im r In - hi. lai eliitlllg till 111. I le W.i - III Maiy Fb trlu r hospital, wi Miiiiiliiitlnii sho.Md Hi.it He w us mosi set huMy m.ttigl' a leaii-H Itlieiilinille I'llls rure Ftlictiiu.it ism & Nouraigu Vcgcluble. Sate, II M ruin ' and in I ml ui- b olulj l.ntlil tl eowll S'l'iTi;.Mi;.VT ! To the I'dllor of 1 would bk" through the ropn -fot m an opl'Hi n n fill- 1 lltilllg ll 'W I am deli n.1,1' i, i w slab t: Al iln l was tiiuii r i;,e ,i ipr lug In i.-.iod f ii i I w. ii i ant y d'ed i,v sl.iiiiig Hint tl," lie. a nil a sun r or ( i n T lit. aloti. 1 1. . '.'1 'Rom mi: Di I; i t. i i" . -k He 1" i ol, 11 t I v i leg Ml-. .1 S i d 1 1 i in J I DI.K.' 1 Tin i c, ration at Ilu I'liiiarl in cl oei'iiri ciI al S"en o clock Miturd'O inn lug. Two I. il anil haiid.-onn ly di -oi'.iii d trees, llglite-d by i b ( tflelly. delighted tin; ehildiin. who ga" a iiiiiiibi r of i colli- lion- and Joined with the i hoir In tie singing of Clnlstmas enrol-. Mlldn d Neill inr a vocal solo and tinn Was a -ong bv I" of Ihe jiiiuigir inls-c-i. ilifis wer dl trilmieil by Saul i t "Litis- ami bis as-i-l-ant.-. A SUNDAY WEDDING. saying I pi opei Ii this slat inony oi III ow n iieared I for .Mr. tee was i.at the tl.tusfir of tin personal via- a genuine tr.iti'ai t nai and a lit was Mipporti d by the test! Mi . Ri Hold-. ,v Hopkins and M. S. Vlla.s ap " the creditors and M. c. .l.'ary Rr.idliy. J. J. Untight .is trus-il-o at the heal lag. MmiI in Hie Hack, W. M. Sherman of Ciishing, Mo., was diet in II . back, hourly, day and night, for toll tl re.j mouths; by the shooting, ti.iring aii'l lacking pains of ICIdney ln n.imniatiou Ib w tiles: "1 used llir., botlbs of ill.ctiie Hitter, and know that tiny Iiiim pi rniam nlly ennd me, for I 1 1 el like .i new man. I recommend this great torn, irn (bono to till sutfciers fiom kidney ti'.iiblr." It's Just as sine to re in ve .md line malaria and all stomach and liter . nmplainis, general debility and lenialo W'.ikin ssi s. (Iii.ir.niteod Ly J, w. o'Sullivaii, diaggist; price M. All dittij. gists. DINNER. without di'usert ii ltko lireukfust witliout coffeo, dud tho subject of dessert is ono of countunt uuxiety to the housewife until she louiua that Jell-O U tilwnys liked by ths wliolo fninfly. It i w leliiiotiHftnilthnviiriotn flavors inako it taste ho different i'toiu iluy to lwy that ip '" cvit yrowrt tired of il. It ettu lio jircpareil in two Illillllte-i. Jell-O comet In l fruit fiiton ; Lemon, Btiplwrry, StraHberry, Orufc, Chtcs- uic in tnrrry. 10c. per packii,'o, Eiiougb for 6 people. tm Jin o cm- .mi erocerme-ll, icil-ti. Betntlfiilly llliittrtnl tfrip book. free. Artdrfii, Th Ginixi Pun rood Co., i-t noy, n. t. DHATII OF 1 1 VAOINTJ1K RORIM.ARD. Hyaeiiilli" Roliill.iril died Friday inorning ,.i one o'clock al his home, llCii North Mini, He had been ill about two yiars will. Rright'd disease, lie was born August 1... l,0, and came to this city '13 years ago and engaged in tho boot and shoo linsln. -s on Chuich street. Later he necaine ,t menil ol the firm of Robillard (!s Atmour, who conducted a similar busi ness lu the noi'lhein part of the ulty. Of late la had not been actively engaged 111 btisiiKbi. He I.- survived by four liaugh ti i n and a -nu, .Mrs. Oeoree 1.. r'aplneau of Rull.iiiil, .Mr.-. W. W. Jetty of Ccvorlj. .Ma--., and Mis. H. .!. Roaupro and Mrs. .1, W. D -la i i'n i - in" tills oily and Frank If, Robill.iid of ilus eily. The funeial w.i- held Sunil.ie ailci'iioou at two o'clock at St Jon ph's church, with Interment in St. Jo.-eph's eciuctery. Di:."nri:7onN ilIcmlluv. John 1 1 Kelp; dl'd Friday tnoinius a l sin o'elm I, at his home on Noith Ch.-uri- plani stint afier being ill two years. Two .cars ad, while einplojed by the HUong llaidw.iic i iiihii.ui, be fell fluiu a wiigou. uiMiig i oi.cus.5iou of tho brain. He was Ihe son of Mb-luiel ami Muteuttt Kclley in. I was born in J'.irlsh DltJUlUolie, Done gal eountv, Jrcl.itid, CI ejis ago, Ho nunc to Has country when ".'0 ears of ago and went lo I'ort Kent, where lie, Joined his uncle, Lldward Kclley. Later lie came lo this city and had been a resident hoie for about 43 year. For about a quar ter ol a century ho wns employed at tho Van Ness House as porter und In recent years had been a carter, He is survived by n wife mid one sister, Mrs. Kale Ulllcspic, who resides in tho West, The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at St. Mary's Cathedral with interment In 8t. Joseph's cemetery, TO I'UHK A COM) IX OXR DAY fake DAXATIVH RROMO OL'INlNbJ abbtr. All druggists refund the money if it falls to euro. L,. w. Grove s s gnatuie !s on eacri box, :3c. HAD HUSBAND ARRESTED. Complaint Issued hkiiIiisI IIiiw Cor el by IIIh Wife. An o rr-iiidulgetice In Wlnmiskl 1 , ei and whiskey b-d Mo-o- Km est to treat his wife In a way that was not husbandly and as a result h" w.i- arresti d upon a complaint issm ,1 at Mrs. Foiost'x roquet by tirand Juior I.'iuy on charges of in toxication and bnach ot the pence. It was Foicsl's second tlip to court for being dt unk ami when arraigned before Justice Webster Thursday he pleaded tlllty. hen asked to disclose he said he hud four shis-sos of beer at the Hrims- wiek Hotel In Winooskl and then met a filond from Marie. The two started for Hurlliigton and when they arrhed here the stranger produced a half pint ot whiskey. K.ich took a drink after going- Into an alley. Forest tin n went home and tbused his wife. For being drunk Forest was sentenced to servo days in the House of orrec tioli. For blench ot the peace lie was lined '! and costs, the alternate sentence be ing 'JO days in the House of Correction. The Grateful Hen. liens are not noted for their grati tilde, but it litis boon proved time and again thiit If properly housed mid fed they will return it handsome proUt to the l'miltryiiMit. Mrs. II. Avery. Coopers .Mills. Mo., tells how she makes money on Poultry, "I have used 'P.-iK'-'s Perfected Poultry Food' for two or three years and sold some to my friends. They like it very much as an pjjg producer. 1 should not know how to got along without it, for my hens pay It nil bnek ntid give me a good prolit besides, and I can conscientiously reeoinnii'iitl it In till who want poultry to pay." NOT TO HF. FRKPDI.Y INFORMKD. .Nullum lllnek and Ml.. .Irssir t'lieslrr Married In . M. II. . Hull. Nathan lilm k. son ol Mr. and Mis. Harris F.lock ol this cll, and Miss Jessie Chi-slrr, inc. e of Mr. ami Mrs. 1. M. ltrogteln df this city, were mar in u Sunday (Veiling in the Young Men's Ill-blew ass(,c,il(i )tl liy tin Rev. Rabid II. Sacks. The beautiful and impressive- ectcniiiny was prrfonni d ar eoiiling to tin- ancient Jewish iitual. as old as history. The wi ddlng march was played by Mllb-r's orehestia and the ceremony was solemnized tinder tho cu-tiitnnry canopy. The inarriage ilte roncliidcd with Hie bridegroom pl-u Ins' the wedding ling on Ihe li;iger of the brbl" and with breaking or tin- wltu gla-s by the biblgiooin. The bridegroom was attended by Harry Solomon and lh- In blr by Miss Dototliy Segi 1 and Miss Dura Chesler, ln-r si.-tor. The bride was pnvn.'il in wiiite muslin dc sob', trimmed with alencl I'lincs lace and carried a boiirl ofwbit'" rarn.itlous. .MHs Segol won- fawn crepe de chine, trimmed with Irish point la, and rallied carnations, and Miss c In sb r was attired In fawn poau do -.nil, trim med with Irish point lace. She ..iiued a bo.iiet of pink carnations. After the ceremony a bamiu. t was Served in the ball to a Luge gatli.i ing ot' friends and lelallvis. .Mr. and Mrs. lilei k b-lt Sunday niuha on a w.ildmg trili and upon their reiuiti will iibb. in this clt. Among those from mit-of-ton n who intended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Harris Segcl and .Mr. and Mis. Thomas ilrady of Hani and Mr and Mrs. H. 1.. and Sauim I Segel of Montpeller. SPASMS Tn THE WOODS. i Uuy Declared That His Father lulled In Miool One. CURES INDIGESTION lion what you oat i iakr 3 yottl tmcnnitortable it t-. iloitiK y a vcryi littlu er-,od lie y.iliil lurc y kscpiiiK you alive, liitrchtivo tablets nrol worse than tisces:,, lor the v will inl Utile deprive the stomach ot' alll power to digest food. T ustomachl must lie toned t'p -strengtticuca.i The ncr) touic-lcxativi., Lane's Family Medicine will il V..o work quitViy and picas-1 aim .". Sold bv all dcak rs at ::c. anil ' It is just tke samel wltli ln-oiranee or tbitlg", tile 1 icll p. cpl ke it Tin poor piopi t who in nl ii most, Wi'l t I f poor people s.i d t would become rich. Insur ance is the nemo of s iv Iligs. systematic savings w Ith an insurance guaran tec. We serie the i a li a-d pool alike, one pi in. tor all. ATIOXAI, I.IFi: Miinlpellrr, I. I. T. S. PECK, (irnrriil Agent, fin rll iik Inn-Vennoii t. MII.UAt.HS STATE MUTUAL 1-'IHK IX S. CO., lllltllllKl, Vt. AGENTS WANTED. A nil oid lady, with a vi ty liusiii"; Into a well known and. dot lining the (IitssiiI lu blaok, aud s-hke iiuinuer, wulln d Loudon establishment si r ic e of the shop. walkei. made dlieclly lor the (lapo cotin ter. She had rather a thoughtful ah- as she i-Miuiinnl Hi" stock, and Hie obliging young shopin. in rrmurkid alfably: 'W'e litiie a m large slock oi crapes, madam, Just allow me lo show nii some new I'n ikIi goods, irl! popular just now for e cry kind of mourning. Now, those light erupt a ate all the rage for half mourning for cousins. Mu-niav I ask, "madam," ho adde d, licsitatingb . "for whom you ate lu iiioiiriihis'.'" -Husband," said the customer, briefly. "Ah, yes. Then 1 have Just the material you reiulre; the best style Is" - "(oun' man," interposed the old lady, he vi rely, "l am much obliged for your explanation. Vint may know a lot about the fashion, but, as I bulled my fourth husbpnd yesterday, you may be sure I've got n grip of tho subject." A SATISFACTORY DlS'iDUND. Mr. lVtuiel c, "Walkrr of North Cam bridge, Vt., wtllis II. J, Daigle, niaiuiger, II HiirliiiKlon, us follows. "Am phased o acl.llow ledge receipt of your bite ! of Hie lClh lust., containing company's stalemt-nt of Ihe Hist llvi-ycu-dividi nil of i mhl dollars additional In surailce, mi my whole llfo policy, No. 21Ctl."iS, of Jl.eu) in lie i'riiib-nilal Insurance company ot Amcilcn, "This Is ii much belter showlns' than I had expected und In entirely satisfactory lo nie; niene tliau oior, I think th.tt Uu I'ltldoitial is a rishl i "b,MI:.b V. WAI.KKH, Skin of Beauty l a Joy Forevi. DR. T. FIIk Oouraud'a Oriental Oraam or Magical Baautlflar. llemoin Tn. l'rfL'klof. Moth lthAi. Hull, and bklu HI ( (, od liMUtr. tnilil flctdutctttoD, It Iim ttuoit tlie tut uf ti ytitri, aud ti .j lmruilvM wt tMiiHtubeiuiiU Il vreiirily niaeti, Au-iiituu cuutitir, tell of iluillii name. Pr. I,. A. Sl'T, Hi,) to lJy of tbe buip tun (t iDttentli "Al jou iti will me them. I ricomniiid 'dnurnuil' Cruim1 thi .t hlrn-.ful nf ll tbi pr"rll0M.'T "il hy all iiruriM .nil rc. Qoodi Dftlirtlnlh UDltrd ptiin.Cinnti ud Europe. fEIID. T. HOrftlllS. rra.. V Stritilmi Itmt, NwTci 'l'apa heai d spasms he wanted to shoot Louis Steady in city ernoon when lie was i lu the ease against Klb i wis ehartieil wltll lu, ,n ii Just what "spasms" wire drum to t'n- court and and when Klleiy took Hi-a.-ked what they wn . "Well I cin't i -i- ui. . . any better than the lm pie Ii.im hear I them in I would like to gi t on. It al U-t dawin d e.n Sti adv might nieiin ,'lc i enough l ml , as I In ' was liiokins. IP.t 1 1 "spisms" was not th- " coiisidi r.i I ion, Sti,id ' the talking and not on1' ireprclir that In was i, Steail.v but Winn I'Piu. J il Ige ti I. d lo argil, tl'" i lug SUiul re"tfiil in utlli was liitrepreter, In thin 'I don't ('.it what n the woods and m. . said little ..art Friday ait !1( .1 as a witness v Sti.id, who of the peace, was ,i eonun i. lln-i- olln i ils -land he was t' ii. 1" lots Ol wood-- a .Id M -,id ii one II Is and -i i. it ..f w. . Ii st I ,pl. -I toe ol lhll.4 ll'll" t el to do all t.,1,1 I in ' . s pint inu M i'S. iii.le.il ti the I .It. 1 III cOs- ( r .Moi'.ili, w 'ty wolds: that man t;i.s, no Iji-ity in tjils ReadyMacle I um ;u. sli.-bang." 'Wllliaui Sullivan was one of the wit nesses callni and he testilled that he heard Steady call his wife an uncom plimentary name This Steady denied emphatically, s,i lug' "I ncM'i" eallid my wife that name. That Is a false oath." lleferrlng to Sul-IL-ati, Steady said: "I wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw u bull by the tail." A further i fen-nee was nude to a threat Steady was alleged to have made that he would put a bullet through Sullivan. "I didn't say any such thing How can 1 put a bullet through a pipe stem," said Stiivh. Tin re was mole "I" suelt talk, uflcr which th" case continued two Weiks for til" pill pose of giving Steady an oppoi ttuilti to do heller. It uppci.i hitf that Iln- blcnh of the peace, If Iln re was anv . w.'" not scilous, No Sfi-l-cl heill II, Ii I. no seem, that for I'uls. Hunts, IT( ( is, Fever Son's. Sine Lyes, lols, etc., nothing Is so i ilei live as lliuklcu's Arnica Salve. "It didn't lake long lo cute u had sine 1 had. and it is all ' . K. for soto cms," willes D, L. ilifgoi.v of Hope, Tr. .'.'m . ill ,1 . u'Siilh'dii' drug Btotf- All dt UESb I . Full Dress ALFRED BENJAMIN CO FULL DRESS SUITS, TUXE DO DINNER SUITS SATISFY THE MOST FASTIDIOUS EXACTING DRESSERS. Tin1 Mil io rlu tivo floc-nicf iiorii't't ion nt ill nl lH'ii.iiiiiin ci C.i.'s Full Dn-ss (liiniicnt siitistios t he most sii'iiliul"lis i.ai'tiiii,' dri'sst'i'. Ii-utly niiiin'ii nit il ' for all social ftuictioiis I'rii'ctl tit $30 and $35. B. Turk & BroM The Leading Clothiers. IStS ISS Colleae St. 1