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VOL. LXXX. NEW SBRIKS VOL. LIT.
IttTvLlNUTOX. VT., TUTHSDAY, MARC It 29, l!)0li. NUMBETI :$n VERMONT Jbowll Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. ft -o a B THE NEWS Bit BOUNTIES The AYlrjnoikt A'nlley, "R tipNorth I'rnni the Island In -m I.nUr (o the rnvnuiniinlci Along Otter Creek and by I lie Shore of Whllr Tllver Covered y Spc cIh! Correspondents ADDISON COUNTY. MIDDLEBURY. M l: llnydc M. a p. sin of Mrs. hi' tdls village, died lit the It-' ;i I o- i rr f.,-tT in Main struct List d v tuning after erily n brief III- ,it 1' of .u-urs The funeral t i- , w i icld .i tthc li"tn- lit three 1 u Saiuday .ift-t iii.'Hi. Mini were I are. U v. W. 'I'. Fnrsythe, iirtor of v. j i . Kplsmpul I'liuri'li, officiated. i m . ' wen taken to Cambridge, y . ,p .1 t'. burial was in .Ml. Auburn n n i . ir i . ii i MiCurmlck, superintendent of t r i -ling shops nl the Rraiidon I ii M irl'lr conipHiij's mills lias 1. ", Mrs, V. II. Kiugsley i N'irtli Pleasant mrcet nnil i i to housekeeping llii'to curly i M I I' '. f ,1. It KnibilCaVCI' llllS gnllo In l.os't -II 1 i-s the Spring Uioatiull. I ' l .fin nl' college will upttl T icsia pril I'r i ' 1 i'in.i 1".. linji'c, count.! rx m ii- h .r.nhrrs, stalled out Mon iii on -i ii it iih 1 spring examinations, imrr.ii. 1 rtstol on Monday nnil Turs- i.. coining lo Midillebury for Wtd lrsda 1 Thursday, going then to M i ri ban l or Friday nnil Saturday ii d w u dlt.g up In Vorgennos on Mon i i d I ipd.iy of next week. Jo". u Kotchuni has gathi'icd up Mid it to Washington his petition lii' p. nloii. The doeiimi lit is said ' i i iiii upwards of L'.OO'i slgnutui i s. 1 Hi inn ll of Burlington, with a (. i t i I .-..iters, arrived In town Tuos ilu.i mill In gall operations on I'rof. Jl, M Siilrv house on South Mreei. Thov l u other (ol.-- lontrai'tid for In town I t P . - -ooii as tin.- one is eoni l " 1 .losi pli A. Peck expects dining the luting season to open and develop the I id sionc quarry which he n eently I 1 d Ironi the '. ". Mason cs 'i I Ni w Haven. The quarry is lo i r I ml ii. ill a, nilli from the rall d ii i- is Hi" plan to co Into nk i i burning eoal llieic on an l ' l I I . 1 I C. 'I i' ' iil'Miioou was n t i mo of in 'Ii - The Woman's Missionary k I' ' Ho li.iplist Chinvli held a "i I Hi' vestry of thu churuli J' n'll" k. -l Hie .saino liuur thu Uoni.-iuN Mi--ionary f-oeiuty of tho I 'otiKruxatiuii.il Cliureli met with Mrs. William II Hiewsicr on I'lcasaut Mreet; aril tee Woman's .id Circle i i' lh Methodist Hunch met with .Mrs. -m lii I. K.vorthy at Mrs. 11. ). llrjanf- on hi pet Mtriet. Tin ie wan lso a 11 i i tins "f seme f n,,, ,.oh(j 'il'l'i i of the ..ouniy ai t10 to n I I VERGENNE8. i en ii n' has, hren luUi.ued in this Ct'J I' Ihr Mrthodlst Kpn-copal Churclt to ra r i finid lor the relief of the lain Inc .s'laK'n m Hie noulKvn piovines or J ji Mr . 1 Mi-. M. .. I.eqer of HoMrni. " '' islinn the Itev. S. II. Myeri lii W' k n revival timers at the Hap. t t t i . J'anton. '' J' s I'M"1, Luniiiiandci' of i;than v ' ' 'i. A. I!., Ii.ik heeti vt ry fort 1 ' - 1 ir ns the J,.v. J. j:. c. s,iv 5 I1 1' Willi. uiihlown, Mass., for oe K r oi M.inoiinl day. I)r, Kawyor i.s ii xricnn of tin civil War, a member of 5'. m ' en-, n,,. r,M ,,iitr ,,f ti,r. xrlh- i Ad oi a'e. and is widely Known as a ! "k'r f .a. 'ii. I power and ability. '' i i-fiitly born to Mr. and .Mrs. I 1' I I , I'.iulon. Ml l! '"i"1 Helniylrr and two chll- i v ' -t'r. Mums., arc iitin !ier U- S' ,'l ii l.iil. s. Mi 'I in- -Macli has fone lo 4vow ioiK l"i ' Wfllt'H visit NiUl IlltllllS. M' I' N'cilhimi left Mondav for Ho II linl..id (ur ii rwd.ih' is;t t ' i hi C II I .i has btei, ndlns a few :l i 1 ' weilv with ,.K I.,,,,, ,.im, in Montri I II nr Hal has bivcii up his position I hll ill I r III the Stcv ill HoiiMi jtu, I ii In llu , (come Jliiut, has, t,iK,,, f'' LI Mi.- I'.i'ieixui, who . as 1'ien r-t opptiiK n" ihr K ens Jloii.s,: fur the p.mt irc; li i ii ' iriicl lo lier lionif In Nrw York. The Kev. (' I . Iliizeltou it, sllljipIiiK lil.i liousehold kooiI.- to Mllo, Me,, whrro he his aectpted tile piistoratu of the Uiiplitt t'ltureh. Tho nnniinl mr-i-t itiK of the A'erseiines Kraded school district wua held In the Mhool houue hall Tuesday uvciiIiik. (!. (J, Kimball in the chair. H. I). Mli'r wus elerteil cUrlc of the ill. Hel, T c. MlddlebiooU, collector: ' m ' M i, 1. .naliloi . , Hartley i 'lull I a member of the priiden I i oi inn i' i .oi i in'' , , ,i i . . i,iX o i,u i fii's was voted lo be paid Into III It'll ry on or before Sent,.,nlii,r 1 It was voted to authorize Urn pruden tial committee tn borrow money for current cxpriiH-g !i ii'-edeil. BRISTOL. Miss f'lllbf-ilne Cliiii, Hie tearrtr-r tn thn ll ll I llledl.'lle depai UlKlIt, Weld to lu r h ilia oi "si llulluiid S.iluiil.iy, whein h I O W ll III lid lu r ,lc.llillll l!el Mll,,u I', J 1 J - is at lunie from a ll u das vn- i ,i tin i in iji nwhli, .v. Y.-ll. S. Sum. i ir Jias f.old liw Siiulli Hi'istol liiriu lo .Mi. i. I.llllrfii Sunnier, and Ins place on the Not-'I IohiI I ,1.11 irs l.rmell r. iV. Ill. I'Ull go" ill wr.rU to Xrw Vol uiirj Moiirlen, Conn., on n liil.'iness trip. The Hrltol d eviration will leave lurn the 2tli R'liiK to Uutlimd. starling from there on the WasliltiKlou cxeutlou. They number 11-. Mrs, (lnoieve Tower lias severed her loniieellon with the Hrlstnl .Mhiui fnettirltiK Co,, and will co to UtirlliiKlou Apr.l 1, where sli" will train for u nursn In the Spaih.iwU Sanitarium. ltri;liiiiim; with April 1 the services in the lorn I churches will b'Kln half an hour later.-- 5 11. 8. Sumner has occupied the Hlhl" tenement on HrlMol Kluls. Mr, and Mrs. lleorK" Calltio hne moved lu Mori is- town. Mrp. J. II. Jacobs of Wltiooslil visll'il her relative h"ie the psl week. Miss .lennlr Slierwln Is at home from a wtek f.pe'nt with her rcliitlven In Middle-bliry.-ltoyal HoHwIck of Helhel, Is visit ing Ills relative here mid In Hlarl;horo. The 1 oe.il panic Valilen, Ilcwitl, lla. kIm noltee thai if anyone who nes a iloc clia'lnt; der, witl slioot t lie- dos: lie will bach them up In Ihe m.itler. Mr. .'lul Mrs. i:. H. r,itleton, wiio have Urn HpetirlliiK th" winter lu JatiiHicn, Cuba and I'lorld.i, me cNpeilid home Apt il i There were ai m iiltendauer nt th" Uacliers' ramlnalion lieie Monday and Tuesday. J. 15. Wlli-nn Koes to ,i w Haven, Conn., Tliurila, where he will rnuace in iro.p"l wol k. lie epeetsin b cmie peveral months. Col. X. I". Hun hr'e will have chaw of Mr. Wilson's ucttyllne plant durluc hl absence. Mis. It. llaii"ilt is 111 with tonsllltls. -N". Mdulyre of Hethel Is viMttnt; his children liere for a lew days. Miss Mi rinm Unrtlett of ' llicliinuinl Is the fcllcst of her Ii lends hero. Mr.-, K. . Slieiwlu is on the sick list. Frank l.aoux is making alterations and repairs on the Intel tor of his resilience Kscaplm,' steam lu the residence of K, H. I'atteison on West rtreet called out the Munsill Hose company with both cm Is Tuesday afternoon about one o'clock. John Myers of Vnnkers. X. v.. Is vis. Itllift his relatives hero for a few days. It. S. Smith was In ll.irre and Montneller on business Monday and Tuesday. The nyiiranis were levied Tuesday and found all riKlit and ready for business. Mrs. Lillian Sumner has moved to her pi-ire In South Hrlstnl, recently purchased of H. S humner.-A few of the friends- and nelRhbors of Heniy 13. Allen talbd on Mini Tiienlay eveniui;, the occasion lieiiiR his T.'nrt birthday. A bountiful supper wan serxed by Mrs. Allen. Mr. Allen is a et trait of Hie Civil War, was a member ol o. I. itth Vermont reiriment. The liristol delHRHtlon, numbering 2.'. left lure on Hie afternoon train Wednesday for KutlnneJ, whire thy will join the Wash InRtini excursion lrnAlnc Huthiml tn.dn. Mrs. Alice Taylor ib In very poor health. Slio has been in the Mary Klctoher hos pital twice for treatment. K. H. Hoynton went to Ilurllnirton Tuesday, called there by the critical Illness of his brother,' y. H. lioynton, who diud Wednesday morn ing. Mr. Hoynton was well and favorably known In this town. Noble Hoynton, his I'athir, .nd his faintly heiiiK: residents of this town for many years. I'mil Hlchard- ton has bounht out the Interest of II. S. JeunhiRs in th tea company htislnesft. (.'. H. Munsill whs In Hurllngton Tues- lay ati'l WVdnesdh.v on binln?s?.--.. K. C.row . .Mr. 15. 1 -eh, Mr T. T. Slru-kett. Miss Har.el Sli'ldou anrl Misses Helen and Grace Hosworth are anions those who went on the Washington exeur non Thursday. Miss Mabel Altlrich of 13utlini!ton is vWitlnif her friends here. c. Park'-r of HurllnKlon Is in town. Sugar makers report s.ip ruuuinK .some. STARKSBORO. Amos Tuck. r vlslt"d the Itev. CleorKu tirey March -'V Mrs. James Tliompson lotmned borne Wednesday, the I'l.st. She bad been vifdllntr nt Walti r .Ma son's In Tinmnntli. Wallace Hill and daughter, Mrs. 1'rank lianson. wei e in IfurllnKton the .'Xd. lames Stokes has rented Ulcharri Clifford's tenement and expects to move there this vi ek. I.otlle Vnrney and Hilda Mason of IM nuiuil's hlKli school ate sp-ndliiK their Knt'i vacation with the fornu r's par ents, A. I.. White said wife. - Isma Culler is home irnni lirl'tol hlnh seool for a two -weeks' n acit Inn l.inus Itouuils's daiiKhter from Rutland is at homo for a. few ilas. Mrs. J, ionic Cutler vlHited in Iliinlinuton over Sun day. Tho Uev. Cleorar'S liny went lo Joncsvlllo Sunday and spoke there Sunday nveninp. Tlicie win be no ser vice; In the Haptlst Church April s, but a union service lu tin- Methodist Church. J'rcsldlriK Klder How will bo present mid have thaiKO of the scr ices. Mrs. Waltrr Harrlni;tou look ihe teachers' examination In Hrlstnl this week. The Christian Culture club will meet with Mrs. n. n. ivyniau this week Thursday afternoon. The cot tatro prayer meeting Thursday even In will also be nelil there. Ainonir tho vlsltois In Hrlstol Saturday were t'rank Hanson, licorpe O'llryan, Car pouter Cole, IClry Cole and i:. K. Ilddy. nialichr Maxfleld Is home liom IM miiuds high school lor her Kaster va cation. WEYBRIDGE. M X. Hnkcr and KrandrlauRhter, Miss ICmma, urn spending this week m St. Albans, tin.' KUt-sls of Mr. mid Mrs, . A. Chirk. Miss Mollle llamllitou is iinnie from Xoi thainpioii Institute for the i;.ist rr un-Hllon. -JMu: Jlet. Mr. Heller will preach at Ihe Conwret-alional Church next Sunday afternoon. .Martin Vouin; was called to Itlptou on Monday to Httoiil the funeral of his mother. Thomas Dtwcy has been 111 for a week unci Is thieatenrd with fevu,- Mir-s LfKRott will jetiirn to th'i villweo Mhool and .Miss Ilinman to the rtono hcliool htiufo for tho sprlnu term, I lie other schools aic not jel nuinillcd. HANCOCK. Mis Cora Tatt and her daughter, Mary, with ono of her ulrl fiiends from Moutpi'llep, are visiting friends and f'liJ iiiilghbeirH In town, Tho Woman's Chtlstian Temperance Union will meet April l with Mrs. Alice Norton C, i:. "lulllu and Willis Davis from liethel were BUeiHtH al the .Miller House, this week Mrs. Cady from liralutreo was In town over Sunday. SHOREHAM. ' X. North is In (ileiu l-'nlls with his win, J. II. North, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walers have a son born March 23.-,Mr, and Mrs. William Wlssell havo n sun born March 21. Arthur K.-irn-liam has boiiifht of Mr. Collins tho farm fornu rly owneil by M. I.. Haldwln.-Miss Adallno Myrlck is seriously III with piifiiiiuiiila at the homo of her nletu, Mis. William Cai-iiliani on Cieam lllll. Miss .May Wckoni" Is ill at H. Wissel's Mrs, Otis Wlssil of Orwell vilted her parnnts, Mr. and Mrs. llwiry Mead, last week. .Mhs .Irtinle rtmlth, who Iih been 111 several wf.eks, Is slowly ininrovhiB Mis Lcoiurd of WrfJIirmfoid i- carlni lor Ai-iliiif Wateiu, NORTH FERRISBURGH. Tint Mandolin club of the ldlmuuds hlKll nchool of Hnrllnnloit will Klvn an cntorlultiment on I'riday rvenliKr, March "A, al Allen hall. The proceeds will bo for the p.irsoiiuKc fund -Mr. Mini Mrs M. 1". All'ti have jfone lo llrookllnc, Mass., to lslt 1'iflr ilniRhler und family, Mis. William Xewton. Mr. .Martin Fuller ami Mrs, Olivtr Devoid are on the skk list, LINCOLN. Tho people of Lincoln nie highly In dignant that one of their citizens should feel called upon to represent to the public thai his fellow townsmen aio little bel ter than heathens as was showH up in tho "Alzlnn Dean" case. Xol content with having llio story printed in tho locnl paper, It was si nl to Ihe Free l'rrsi tlinl the whole Slate might know of the ie pracd condition of the people bete, Frank Farr Is sick threatened with pneumonia.- Mr. mid Mrs. 1. (1. Klllotl of Shelljiirne wrre In town visiting Mrs. Kllloll's mother. Mrs. S. M. I.ee. hihI other friends from SitunlH- till Monday. Miss Jennie Morgan Is al home from Urattle boro for n two week's vacation. .Miss Minnie Kstey, n member of th Hrlstol hlgli school class, expects to go on the excursion to Washington. --lluiry Morgan Is at Imnic from IJurllngton litgh school for ii vacation of oil" week.- Mildred Morgan returned from Alhttrsh I'rld.iy. fleorge U iirlnru was in MliMlrbtirv on liiiMiicss Sntutday. Mrs. Itogella Cush muti has rr turned from a sl weeks' stay In ISurllngton and Mlddlebnry.- The Sunday i-. hool is iircp.irine for an laister sr-rvir e. - Tlie Aid soelety will meet In their rooms Wednesday April 1. Max C.reene of Monkton Is visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs v. X. Cove, FERRISBURGH. Mr. and Mis W. II. lu-mi have return ed from their l-it m Culon Springs, N. V. Tin- Miluallon of dogs lu this town up to the nighl of April 1, Is Jl.uO, but on tin- second day of April tin Ir value suddenly Increases to S'J.OH. Have you paid j inn- dog tax'.' Mrs. Hert Allen of New Haven and Miss tiraee Parker of Wallhuni were guests on Thursday at O. 11. Sherman's Ceoige Xowton and his mother, Mrs. Solomon Field, who left their home here five months ago. to visit their tonner home In Kansas, hae just returned here without accom plishing li'oir undertaking us Mr-. Field -wari taken sick In Wisconsin and Walled tlicie to leeovcr s l ff it-t-ll t ly lo rrii'h hunt', which tiny did on T'rldny last. RIPTON. Mr". Heoigr Young died Fridiv at thr hospital in Burlington, where she had been taken several weeks ago to undeigo an operatoin for appendicitis. The third operation was performed Tuesday nnd she lied l'llday. Her remaiiiH were brought hr in for lull lul Satuidny, She leaves a husband, three daughters, Mrs. Addle Rome of Forr.stdalc, and Annlco and Kato of this town, and three sons, Clar ence of Hr.uidoti, Martin of Weyhridgr, and Krnest uf this town, besides several gr.itirlclilldif n. A daughter, Mrs. Homer Howard, died about six months ago and another daughtei. M-s Krml Murphy died three weeks ago, The family have the syinpathy of tin people here lu their great In rcaveiui'iil. SOUTH STARKSBORO. A daughter was born 'o Mr. and Mr. Arthur Kimball March 2.".. About ;so rel atives and fi lends gathered at the home of Stephen Vomig Saturday rvrnmg a surpii.se to them before leaving; for their future home m run Chester, X, V. Hefr'siinienti were served and a small jiurse of nioiiiy i,iveii.-i:, II. Young has sold his I'm" bay mare to KlNiili Follans bee. Xonnaii Lafayette is ,sj,.( aSnn. Frank liwlie of X'ew Hnvin vl.dted D.nld Lafayette last week and John Peek and lady of Xew Haten united tho family of David rollansl Sund.iy.-Mr?. J. M. Cutter and Mrs. Clayton l'hdlps and ciiuiiren visueo men- i.uimr, (Jlivr Sweet, at Ihe home of their luolhir. II. 1C. Swrit, in Llii oln Sunday. John lirace of liniiliiKlon was wilh his father, .lumen ('race, and broth is Chailes and Aitnur, from Saturay until Monday. Donald Wright of lliistol Is at the home of Mary Young. -Mr. and Mrs. I-:. II. Young visited hia sister. Mrs. Maryann Hill, of Bristol, who has Ik en sid, recently. EAST MIDDLEBURY. Mis. .1. AV. Hrniiett of Itound Lake, X. A'., Is the guct of Mr. mid .Mrs K. ii, Seiiey. Mrs. H. C. Janline and son of Lynn, Mass., me guestf or Her .sister, Mrs. A. W. Hrndley. Mis, Jardlne will lie renieiiihered as Miss Anna Skeiee of this village. The drama "Our Jim" will be presented at Hood Templars hall next Friday evening March .a by some of the young people of Sallhury. Millen S. Atwnod Is homo lroin the A'ermont busi ness college In Hurllngton for a few day's stay.-Oeorge Hewett died at his Ialo homo in this village Sunday, March a, after a few days Illness Willi typhoid pneumonia. Thr funeral will he hi Id Wednesday at two p. m. from his late residence llenjani'm Hewitt of Lynn, Mas.-'., was called to this place last wee; on account of the serious Illness of his father, lir.orge W. Hewitt. -Miss Jennie S"lnns, who has be, u scriouMy 111 for Ihe past tin re weeks' l improving. James Alrlrieh Is ill. BRIDPORT. Mis .etla. McMiirny and brother, V.li, visile.) at 1 1. II. Itlco's the lust of tho week,-.MiS Maude Smith of llrwell was thu recent guest of friends in low'n Miss fieri Hide Wheeler has returned from her visit io .merchant.- William Hlal?.o has moved ms family to the Asa. Jilce Plate.-Mr. and Mrs. Ueoigc I'ajne recent ly uslte.l nt llulland.-Mrs. Alice Wilcox has returned to her honi" at Crown Point, X. V. -Orlon She rblno has moved to the f.iim or'. Air. anr Mis AVilliam (irandey. The teachers for the several schools in town are appointed us follows: Converse district, Maudn Xlchols; Hamilton dis trict, Mnb'i Delano, village district, Mary Hayes: Crane district. Floieucn ln-gill-: llalhorne district. Lly.ile Cook: lake ibstiict, lluliv Mvriel,-. Allen dls Mict, Malta' KlnRiil.inU. Myrlck dlslilct. ilcitrude Myriok, At the drama given by the, Juniors of Mlddlebnry College Hrldporl was represented by Lee Palmer, Hoy Dayton. Henry Nichols, Datos Klci nnd Walter Hamilton, SALISBURY. (1. M, AVIiltncy w is in Leh noter Iho Hist of lust w-eik. P. H, Cluyos u-cHvud Hie Karl 1 ll lo 1 1 1 g .1 i- reienlly of thd d'alli of a sister, Mrs. Jlnnrlelln, l'urktr, kUh died lu the West. 1 lei- body Ti'a brought to Whiting lor interment. t!hftr Kim. Iry.waa n recent biicsi in Hulliind, I" b. Xeli-ou was in nullsi'd la4 wpl-Mr.s. Lelatid Stone is spending si.wrl dajs n RutUnd, the uucsl of ffitwls. RIPTON. A'ktof Xoble cut --vci-.i! of his tinger on a circular "aw I n't wrek wlille saw ing wood at HreHil Loaf. Dr. llumbllii was called and rliesed them. -Thoni I Curriiin has moved into the Lirmii house and will woik in tlie garden at the inn (his coming suminer. -.MIss Com Derby of Middlcbury Collr-ge nnil Miss Sadie Duiilap of Mlehlleliuiy are spendlnn tip week Willi Mrs. Miiuel C.'urrl.ni. -deluge Clark of Hoi'hestcr has moved Into the house with William tt'ilvln nnd will tun his farm this year. Miss Loulso KirhT, who has been sh'K i" '"f home ol' her father, AV. Klrby, his so far recovered a to return to Hrldporl. --Mr. nnd Mrs, Curl Morse, who have h' n spending the whi ter lu town, linvo tnk'ii a farm in Hrnl peirt nnd moved there. Lore n Richards of MlihllMiury " ' Hcemtin's ov.-r Simdny. The funeral of Mrs. (iconic L. A'ouug, who dl'd at lh Mary Fletcher hospital was held fnv.i tic- Methodist Chureh al two p. mi.. Momlav. The high esteem In which Mrs A"oiuig was held, ivns shown by the largely att. nded fun enl and many tunis that follow-rd ln-r remains to Its U'' te.ting place, sin had been n member of Ihe Mcthodlsl chureh for many vcirs and was lined by all who knew I r. she had lived In town for M cnrs. -Jonn ii'', Jr.. who has been sick with ivphohl f. er f,,r sev eral weilts, 1 slowly c lining. His sister, Lizzie, who is sick with the s,ini. illsno Is not as well. Arthur 1118 .- ginning. 15. .1. Heeinan has tin. -based tic- king place of O. S. King- Mr. and Mrs .1. S. Chandler are on the sh'k list. -Mrs. John Bobbins is visiting fro-nils m Hraudem.--Ce-orge King had the misfortune to sprain his ankle l.i't week - Mr. anel Mr. '.. H. ltutlrr have been on A ifMt to friends in (!i anvllle, X. A.--F!ils"ii Day and a friend and from A'ermont A -ailemy are al the home of the formn s pan n's Mr. ,-ind Mrs. 11. K. Day. MONKTON. Ilennle Comstoi U of proiim- Is vis iting his .unit, Mr- '. H. Laid. Mrs. W. c. Donahue and Miss A'. 15. Collins returned from Burlington Monday. J 1-5. Ladel Is In Huston this. week. Mrs. D. V. MiKntee is on th' sh k list. Mrs. X". C. (iage of P.rlstol is a guest at I '. P. Mi-Kilter s WHITING Mrs. Lmnsa Willi. inn died th" ":M hist. The funeial was hbl March and the bunal was al Shorehiir l - Mt. and Mrs. A". C. Kel.sny attend, d the funeral of Mrs. Whltlock In Hrandun Wf dn"nlu , March a. Mr. and Mis. r:. a. Monger' of Benson and Mr. and Mr". I. A. Mon ger, Mr, mid Mrs X A. Moncer of Or wrll visited their tilers c. 15. Lewis Sun day. Mr. lligley of MlehlKnn islteti at Carroll Hubbard's over Sunday. -Hedge Lewis of Plttsford was tho gnst of his brother, C. K. Lewis. Usl week. Mr. and Mrs. Fayette. Syrii and son were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, N. AV. Foster Monday. Mr. V. c. Helsv a ml Mis. j C. K. Lewis v'slitd friet .is hi Unison Friday and Saturday. -Mrs. William Cook anrl daughter of Sudbury attended the funeral of Mrs. C. 15. V'!1 ams here Sun-j day. -Moses Ames hr. )dr.d ,tie I-5A-ertt Pond farm and will n . f L Mrs. Mary Pond will iexlde wi.a b?r brotller In r.ranilon. A. A. Bond and- Mrs. Miuy Pond of Brandon are In town. Mrs. Kmerv P.Hnode, Sr of Shoreham visited In town A'edned.i'' and attend, el ihe funeral of Mis. II. M Parker. NEW HAVEN. Miss Mm la AVInIow of AVatcrbuiy is spending her vacation with lc r mother, Mrs. I". M. Partch.-Mi-. II. I.. P-ck of Mlddlebiiry Is visiting friends In town. II. .1. Pei k is sufferlnc with a felon on his hand. Frank Harrow u and wife of Wore ester. Mass., ,ir'' gii'-ts of Mm tin B.irrow.s and family. Ma run Barrow. ie. turned home Saturday fiom the Mary l'ittcher hospital, wh'-ie he underwent an operation. The Ladles' Vnlriri will hole! n soiial lu their rooms Wednesday af-tcrnoi-n. March i". I- ' Kverest and family wero guests of Allien Danbiook and 1'nmlly Sundaj. M"s Lizzie Wtigit is at (i. C. Coat'-s s it. . ilordon and wile were guests of Mr. and Mrs, IMwaid Lamb of Monkton S.iUirdJv and Sunday. Miss In.'i L.ifioetn ol Bri-lol is Ihe gu st uf her sister, Mis ;, p. tioidoii, RICHVILLE. Luke Itrnedlet of Castlctou visited Ills sister, Mrs, Rich, lust Wednesday. Miss Inez Cook is home from Mlddlebiiry Col lege ami Austin Delano from Burr anil Burton Seminary for tneir Has tor aca tien. Miss Dalano has rliunei from a visit lo iicondeiog.i, X. A'. The Moravian club met with Mi. Bulge on Tuesday aftei noun. Mrs. Carlson read a very in teresting paper on "Tlie Mlk.ido." Ar ticles were read by Mrs Woodbury on "Atainl;" Mrs. Cook, on "Tho Japanese Red Cross," Mrs. Tovvneml sang "Uisl mil Saved." There was also :in article on current events. Refreshments were si rv cd during tlie social hour. Mrs. Douglass, Mrs, Poatson mid Mit-s Douglass were present as guests. ADDISON. The 'pastor, tho Re v. Unwind White, prenehid a ciy Inlorestlng seinuni on Sunday last, it being Just one year since he began his labors hero at this time allhoiiKh he lias been In Aildijon in all about live years. Mr. ami Mrs. I. S, Bar ber have ,i baby boy bom to them on Sunday, March 35.- Hey Ppooner is at home from college on a vaiatlon. C. II, Marshall Is making nmte extrusive 10 pairsi on the windmill on the Stickles tarm.- Clarence Benedict lins moved in with his father-in-law. at. B, Hanks Tho Ladles' Aid will hold its nixt meet ing on Apiil I, at the vestry.-Raymond Smith was at Henry D.inyuw's last week for a load of goods to move (o Burlington.- Mr. Devlno has moved In to tlio Ruby Diy house for the summer. Casper Clark and family have moved to Hrld-port.- Mrs. R. R, O' Bryan Is caring tor Mrs, Ira Barber. Michael Carr has tnnvid In with Mr. Hathaway lu M B. Ilanks'i. tenement house.-Mrs. Hamhlln of Corn wall Is spending the week with her .sis ter, Mrs. Kll Smith. Reun o'llryan Is home on a two weeks' vucutlon. KIVF.K JUNCTION. At tho special Hartford town meeting Tuesday It wtiH voted to erect a brick building for a hltsli school exclusively, giving ovor Ihe present hlch kchool build lug to irraJo looms. The eitlniated cost of lb" new building Is MO.OOO. The neltct men were liutrtlctecl lo Iioiiovt nieuny, and otdeted tho lUrtford school Ijullillni; to be constructed at a. tost of i5w. It las veiled (o join llio Buatoii ,fc Maine ItaJlroad euiupany lu conMruellnis an overliead bildjii at the dossing m AVIldrr. The Mum of u,&t was apoi'vpiidtta aa the town's rhri. CALEDONIA COUNTY EARDWIOK. .Mrr. C. S. Cobb, who has be r n ve.r ah k for ii week Is Improving -lowiw -MIS'-Kate Mack, who leaches In Bellows I'dlls Ih tit tin- homo of her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. II. IS, Muck, for Ihe K.ister vacation. Mr. ntnl Mi.s. Harry ClcnienL inc vlr.it lug friends In Hiiiilnglon and vicinity. Tho sad news has been tceclvcd hero an nounelng tho death of MrsCllftou O'Clalr, who died at her homo in Barton after a short Illness of piieunionla, .Mr, O'Clalr moved his family to Button only a few weeks tiRo. Much sympathy It. fell lor him us Im Is left with three small children the youngest only n few weeks old. Miss Jihinrhe llolllster Is visiting friends in Moriisville during her vacation. Mis. Vernon Rand, who has not been ns wtll for .several days, .seems lo be improving iigitin. Mrs. Carroll Taloi' goes to Bur lington lliu week lo undergo an operation lor appciidlitls.-Mr. mid Mis. II. B. Kim ball, who have been visiting In Boston are expected home this week. The ladles of the Sons of Vetnrnns' Auxiliary will slve. an entertainment at Sons of A'etr.ranK' hall Thursday evening. Mis. lona M. K"iizie, who has been taking care of Mis.: fin tier In Mornsvllle, li,i returned to the Iioioe of her Mster, Mrs. A'MI!hiii Hunker. Thes Ralhboiie sllers will give, a'puhllc entirtii liitiieni this evening at K. of P. hall. A u ogi aiiuno will bo given. Muslo will bo furnished by Dunn's oreheslta and Ice cream and cake will be served. ST. JOHNSBURY. p-vetal of tlie publli! school teachers have resigned at the lose of the w inter term. Miss Lucy M. Sim-lair Is one of them ami concludes a continuous ser vice of fi terms In the St. .lohnsbiiry schools. This l.s undoubtedly one of the longest reeoids in the Plate, and during h'-r term of service Miss Sin ilair has taughl two genet ntlons of pupils. Mrs. Wiitren Kstabrooks died ery suddenly Monday morning of liervrt failure. She was 111 h'-r sOih year anil lift- husb.ind is very low- and not c. pci t-il to live but ii fe.w days. Clianibeilin Post. Xo. 1, 1 1. A. 15., have secured (ieorge Herbert Prouty of Xewpoli ns their Memotial day orator. The St. JobnPblirv lias company have bought a tract of Iniul ovr K.O feet trout, .lusf Hillside the villnpe limits and will build a side track to the Bos Ion .t Maine tracks and creel a gas planl as soon n- the frost Is out of the at omul. Thev- have called for the tlrst assessment of -J.". per cent, oi' the stock and from the proceeds of this cull will pay tor their gas holder, the s-s ma chine and ten mllcn of pip", all of which material lias been ordered. CHITTENDEN COUNTY ESSEX JUNCTION. The following notes on the union poor farm ate tuinlshid by Dr. C, M. Firini. Theie are now 15 Inmates at th'- farm which is siiupor'td by six towt-. Kssrx, Jericho, WllliMon, lllncsbnigh. Sh'iburne mil South Burlington. Their roinhiiied nges Is l,iil years. The oldest Inmate is Truman I la iris, tii years old ol 1 lines- burgh. The uuiig"St me two non com pos boys fiom Lisex. nges .mil IT re spectively. Two men ate over ,'i: two men mil four women are betwrru T'l ai.il N; two men and one woman between ii and 7. one niati and one woman between and .'.a. The combined age of these !.". I.-' &l .VC.ll's. At rangements arc being made by the Chittenden County Teachers' asso, iatlon eit which Principal C. I). Howe e.f th" high school heie- is firesident, tor the holding ot a teachers.' convention in this village m May. II is e-xpectcd that .sev eral speakei-.s from the Slate asso, iation will be present. Three pei.-ons unltnl with tin- Baptist church Sunday evening by llu oidlnmicc of baptism. The musical sociable held by 1 1 1 -choir ot tlie Methodist rininh at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ilnlley last Friday evening, was attended by about ai. A pleaslnu nnishal programme was given mid llio i emu iiid'T of the r veiling was spciil lu games, one of which was a musicl content in which different artlchs representing the ele ments of mush- were used. In this contest t lie tlrst piize was won by Miss Maud French, the consolalioti by Charles Xorthrop. Tho company upon their- arrival were waited upon by lit tle Misses Biu-bura Hunt and Helen Trench. Hefieshmunls were served. Miss Mary AVrlght of J I In.-sburgh has been engaged as teacher tor tlie Intermediate department m tlie school in place of Miss ,less,. Campbell, who resigned to take a similar position In Burlington. WINOOSKI. A pctlliou wilh about sixtv- 'igners Is being lirculaleil among tho nu-ts in the ullage mid will 'c tutneel over to th" village clerk ri-iUrthig him io in sert an article in the warning, for the annual village meeting which Is to be held next month, asking Hie voters of the village lo take some aciion regarding Hie Installation of an electric fire alarm system thioiishout the village. Tho annual mei ting of the voter.j in th" uraeleil school district, held Tuesday evening at tho Spring street school house. The meeting was called to Older by Moderator S. I-'.igwooil and Hie warning tend by Clerk C. ii, All.ird. The reports of the Mhool ofllcers were accepted and adopted, The sclmed tax whs. ordcied paid directly tn tho treasurer, on Hie matter of raising a tax for tho ensuing year Louis Mougeon moved (hat a tax of tvvcti ty.llvo cents on the dollar be raised. V, L. l.inscnmelr, chairman mid srelary of tho boaid of trustees, objected saying that rifly cents had been raised last year and would hardly bo enough for the coming year. Trustee Joseph ('auction amended Mr, Mongeon's motion by mak ing the tax thirty-live cents Instead of twenty-live, Tho amendment was accept, ed and the motion was carried. The fol lowing ofllcers weto then elected for the year: Moderator, S. lllgwood; clerk, C, (!, All.ird: collector of taxes, Joseph D. Yuneloiv; tieanirrr, '. !. Allard; audi tors, J, F, Sullivan, M. L. Smith, C. II. ShlpniiUi. The volets of the AVest ward were eullisi to older and luunliuitlous called lur tiusU-i-s for three yi-urs, tn succeed Joseph Cnuchon. Kmlle Rials nnd Joseph Catieiiini wem tioiiiiu.ili'd and after a ballot Mr. Cauchou was declared elected, having secured 12 of the l( yules cast. Tim meeting then adjourned. The village was pained Tuesday moin iliS' lo lea ru of tin ilealh late Muiidjy CunUaacd on ccuu.tl r'). TWITCHELL WINS, Court Declares No Case of Mal practice Was Provcu against Him. CASE TRIED AT NEWPORT, Harold tlnnn, AVIni Lost nn V.fe, NiiikIii In rtee-rner lliunngei from (be line. H'rnnd the .llnry lirteber llos lillal . erillet llcnilered 'i-slerilny .Morning. X'ewport. Mareli -.'5 Aii important de cision was reached in Orleans enmity court to-elny lu tll case of llaiold ItRiiti, by next tnend, . Dr. M. '. Twitehell and the Mary IT'ich'r hospital ol !!m llliKtnn, when the coin t ord'Merl a Judg ment for Dr. Twitehell with costs A Judgment for tlie hospital with eots '.vat, previously given at th ieiiie."t ol the ptoeeutlng attorney. On April IS, Harold Rami, a boy living in Xt-wport. nu I wHi an accident i hiiciI by tin! explosion of a railroad torpedo. Olio week after tho accident he was brought to Ihe Mury Fletcher hospital for treatment of the injutles to his eye. Ho was treated by Dr. Twitehell for one Week, who decmeel no opemtlon neccssnry. At the end of this time the hoy was sent home with Insti iicllons in icporl to the hospital again in six- or e'ght weeks for furt'ier Inspection of the 'njury. I to did not teturn and on July 1 a doctor al Ncwpoil ellscovered a inrc- of tin work ing out from a wound in (he socket un der the e.Ve, will' ll Was !'"l10ed. Tin; patent, thinking tluil th" tin ought to li.ive been deceive 1 1 d bv Dr. Twitehell, luought smt against the hospi tal and Dr Tvutehejl for in.ilpranlke and elamageij of T,.f Tiev thought that Dr. Twiitiiell sliould have discovered It. although Ih" wound was he,i., before lie reached the luispit.il and Ju Twitehell die! not elei-m it wise ti teopm the wound for tli purposi ol piobing and although the sight of the eve was gone, hoped to save, the eyeball, liold.ng that It would be better to rtain lh- sightless e-.ve than to remove il anil substitute a jjljss eye. The trial was commenced in Xewport last Friday morning. A. i"l. AVhittemor" of Hurllngton and A'oung ,t A'uuns of Newport representing the hospital. Cook and AVIlliams appearing lor the plaintiff. After part of the evidence for the plain tiff had been put m their attorneys be came satlsfieel they could not mnlntnin an action against the hosp-.tal. it being a churlttible insutui ion. and re. incited the coin I to render a juilgme,! for tlie hospital with rosts, which was done. Tlie evldem e for the plaintiff was com pleted Tnesdjy nftsrnooii whoteupuu lb' j attorneys for Dr TwiicIimII asked the cuiitt lo Older judgment nu- the defend ant on the gioiind that the pt.nntilf had not made out a iase ag.-n:..-t In . Twite b ell. The inn!' took it under consideration until this mm mug and otdeted a .uidKiuent for Dr. Twitehel with co'sts. slating that there appeared in he nothing In the evi- lem o to show that he lisd no' used din- diligence In t'ir. lieatment of tlie iase. AGAINST WAITSFIELD. Ordered fo I'n.i- l.raies 5700 llnmacen for lllitirles llecrlirel, Moittpe Her, Myrrh 555 -Th" highway damage ,no of Craves against the town of AVaitstield. that lias been on trial a week in Washington lounty coin I, went to the jurv at noon to dav. Judge Rovv'-ll oreupied nearly an hour in dflivoripg the elurg". in whieii he explained clearly every pbase of the law beating; on the case. Tho jury returned a verdict this evening for the plalntlft to irenvcr f Tort and costs. A Jury was empanuelled this after noon ill the ease of Xornnin .McKepzie vs. Routw'iil .xr A'arnum, lo recover tlie valuo of a horse killed in November, 1001, on the tiuarries of the defendants in IJurrr. A MOTIVE SUGGESTED. Hoy ?)kr TlilnUs 'Vtiilllo Held on liuirge of tinnier Waiitrd Work -A'o Hearing snliuila . Banc, Miir.li JS.-ltaymoud Mulhn is still confined in the Washington lountv J.i il ill Meiiitpelli,!-, held on a i barge of nnirder in connection isth the dath of Fred Batchelder, -wliiuli oeourred on Match 1'!. Ills preliminary hearing Is set for Sat urday morning, but it is doubtful if null a heating will take p,. c, If Mut lin is brought Into court it will be only to havo tho r.,u postponed to suit tlie convenience of Attornev-rjeneral 1'itit and ether parlies. A Free Pres.s reporter call ed on State't. Attorney s, HoIlUter Jack son this afternoon and information gathered from that official .-ihows that Saturday morning will not sec a heating for the ease. Mr. Jackson .stated that he had talked with Attorney. rieiieral 1'itts Ion tlio telephone this afternoon and It loohed uumous tor a hearing Saturday. Mr. Jackson admitted that arsenic poison was round in tlm analysis of the stomach of Batchelder, now In the hands of the physicians at the Stato laboratory of hygelnn in Hurllngton. Tho State Is wait ing for a full report of the physician. In nn Interview with Roy Sykes, who will bo the most important wit ness for tho prosecution, a Free Press man was able to tlnd what seems to bo tlio most plausible) motive for the ullnged riitno of murder against Mul lln. KyUcs has his Instructions to keep quiet, but when pressed and asked lo glvn Just an inkling of Ihe motive, ho said "AVoik." Meaning by tills one word that lu his opinion Mulliu, who has not had a Iiiim1 praitlre, muy have thought hy plating -i slight amount of UHohic in the sandwiches that H.ilcn eldcr and Syl.-cs would be taken ill and ho naturally would receive the position lo nurse them Thi' llieniw, Vimvi'iei', is nouted in some dlie lionv. l.l'Ute'-. AUvuuy JacUsou tvill not ad. tlllt Hlivlll'lig 111 l-oniie, (nn Wlt'l H, On t in dav (hat vo.intr; l;,u M l, r dt'd He bi-other- ami those rlo ly n.i-a. . -inf d Willi them talked wlli Ml -Im as thev iialiitally w-euild -with tin inir-e wiio hud bad ilintge of lip ' i ar,d heard ivhiil ho had to toy o: u j lllniss and ileath. .Mitlliu told n. i that on AVeilneseiay nlgbl, Mm.', II, Hati-hfliler oamo home rumi ,vioi,iti i p at about, eleven o'cloe k an I Mu.t i,, ttilked for some time, i ie ne ,,te.r midnight when both ieti'i. .t' p u told the brothers that 1 ,1 ,j tot ;nnv Balchelder was sn k n it l Hi" nr t morning. Imt ti,n ,,. vo-'nti in it e. house bail heard Inn oiuititii ; r I limes dining; tho mghi Oil the next lllJV Mll'I.M 'l.d he -',-,3 Tith Ihe Sick ttlfin inn" o,' t-. t . , j llitoiigh the day nnd thai ie u,,, . t with him during the follow. n? t ti, which was Tliurmlav, being . lso v i him at the thno ed' his rlentli I'r.Mv moining. lie remarked that he apr. i with the doctor in saying; that t en -,- was ho most peculiar nr c i.e l, j d'-nll with. He spoke of the pppat. t ease with which Balrhclder died. M lin told of this with no truce, o" e i tlon. show-lug on the- c ontrary a. '. ness which snrprlsecl those who in J him. This I'heerlncsa they 1 1 , ,n. ic i lo Hie fact that It In p.irt of ., t.u -c business lo carry a pleasant eoun e, mire. But ono of tho men, oi B,n s home, told his wlfo that ho though'. I fjinte r-'iuarkalile. MANY lll'MOP.S IX HARKE. Harm b-, afloat with rumor after i ,r eif the i'imi, one ot these rumors v.- n. was slicing on tho PUe.nt to-dny ur i thnt ll,.- prosecution lud ( mil nr-' i hud been purchased hv M.U at .1 Ic j elrug store-. AVhen State s AHo iirv ,., , sun was approached and a-l,M about ,., ho tended to discuss the matter, i.,-.,. matton from a. clerk at t s'ne was t-i the effect that Mullen had , , pur-ha ed the irsenie at that est ib!shiv-.t. Millhn Is n close. .Miii,neni t at M" peiier. Sheriff Tra.'V lia .c-e M,, , ehusetts on Imimrtanr business. N,i knows what tins business is. b, t y rumoinl In connection with Mutlu 's , Strict orders have been issued thai i . i.ne see Mulljn and State's Attn m y l n'i bus upheld Mr. ,1a. kson and M. M. li n don, i oinisel for Mulhn, that thi ; r , c be stri'tiy enforced. It is not of. n i, Use. however, to talk to Mllllill. 11" ill a I'll' d-ui i-ssnl state of ni.tid. AV i . spok-n to. he will an.iw.er nuestio- . . ilu-e.ilv. He is no doubt nukli t o:hi.f( over th.- the loss of something. Tin s believed lo be th" little, packet e.f r 1 which Chief of ppheq Brown oi tl i i took away ficon him when v , lt. l-e.steil The family of B.Uchelder tegtet the t Ii. Iieiiy that tho caso murt necegsm ,iy at tract, bin. they ore emphatic in thir d" inands that a full investigation be tm,,,. State's Attorney Jackson has nht.ii-.ed Ihe. following reiord to date of Mullln life, lie is the son of Barney Mulhn w'-o at piesent is engaged in the liquor t -ness at St. Arniand, p. i.i. is father t ir merlv lived at Pigeon ltd. p. I)., and i s place of business lu that place was bun ed. He also formerly conducted a ho on tlie l.ne about four iniles fr 1.1 IHf gate Cenier. This place was al-o nuiiiei. Mr. Jackson ha found that Mul'ui I made his home m a very large number of A'erriioni j,l ices unhiding , Burl mjt i Xewpult, Waleibuiy and Sw.ir.to.i. ROAD BUILDERS TALKING. Ceininilssliiiirr (inles Itesertlni; I'.xperls until Later lu eiion. Rutland, .March IK State H gl af Coinmissioner Ch.ities A". l5ntes of 'r . Im lu Id the firt gone! toads mccdi 1ff"i in Rutland county at Baxter 'm ' this . itv to-day. fully ;l road conn. rs and selectmen from adju.nuig n attending. Commissioner C5atcs Is adoptn.g a. i r Plan at the meetings this xear. a:d " proving very popular among the f, . v. road hnildeis. Instead of having iw 1 thi.-e speakers g ve formal addre.--e heretofore, th,, time ;s devoted to .' i mat disuission of questions asl"d by i iioimty men. Mr. Oatcs finds tltat 1 " all eif thu men who attend th- n r. t huvo nuestioiiH to jsk and somo o dDctissions developed. At the r, , ( this inortiing w hu. i opened at r . , i o". lock, permanent loads weio disci.- I. This afternoon caitn roadways weio tak" i up. Later in the ses-mn the enmm's'in e will ni ranee a series of meetings I) 'i held pi tho d fferrnt countie3 w t'l dre.'se.s hy promuient load buitde:- A WEEK IN CONGRESS. Itnllrn.nl Kale llille Occupies Meit ot llio Time In enn(e. Th" tint, ,1 Slates Slii ao 0:1 Tl i- 1. of last week devoteel its entire ti.v 1 a discuss. on of tlio railroad rate bill. 'Ii i statehood lull was taken from the ji,.,, -er's table in tho House, placed lit 1 hands of three selected conferences 1 .1 ie-iiie-t made of tho Henato lor a i . fereiico on llio d'sigiocmsr -otes o t two houses Mr. Spouiirr on I'riday romnlciel -1 speech In tho Senate on tho railroad ri' 1 bill nnd the tortidcitions apprnpr tt, 1 1 bill was taken up and passed. Thu Se ato adjouriir.l until Monday moni'nr. Tho House devoted Us time to ad- -sion of tlm legislative bill. The Hnii-o on S.itutilay passed tli S'i. ale bill which gives llm sieretary of tbi navy anthoruy to d!siii.s- a. naval i,c : for hazing. Theio was a luii' In thi Senate Moi -dav as to the time fur .1 liual vote o-i tha railroad i.ile bill but 110 prediction of that tune could be justified. Tho lIott-..i passrd scvcial icsrilutioii:! lu rurrcit H11 useless priming ot public, document. . Objection wan made lu the Sot.ats Tuesday to naming a day for ,1 vote o-i the rate lull as there wero many speeeht i to ho made, i'hero was a dramatic scenu In tho House when Speaker Cannon main reply to Mr. Shackleford who charged him with holding up the Missouri volun teers' bill. Tlie urgency deficiency bill was passed. The railroad rate question was furth. f considered In the Senate AVedncsd.iy and there was a discussion of the conferenci report on tho bill regulating the ilnal d s. position of the affairs of th live civ ihr.eil tribes of Indians. In response to a ic-ob -tluii introduced by c, 11. AVilllums, t 1 Ppsiibnt transmitted to tho Hume H i report of Assistant Secretary Peiive 11. g.irding the consular service in the Oiicm, li:avi:s si5.m for ciii'R'ii Mrs. Joseph Pienioilt. who had been 1 siding at tho lectoiy of AH Saints' Chui ill I!" Iifnrii. died Tun-day nftemoou 5 10 o ' lo. k She ri piopcirlv an ouni to iiUfUC rl.WJ to Alt BXOtJ' L'ilUf.h.