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VOL. LXXXI. NEW SERIES VOL. LIII.
BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1907. NUMBER 41. APPENINGS l. V .aaaI Tf rtf TtniA(f Cu All uuai -i l ujiu kjm. iiuuiuiiu A- r i nil n -r i. v li 3ain State. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES From (lie Island in the l.nke to the CPnaMiiiqisIc, Alone OKiT Creek intl by the Shores of Vblt Itlver Covered by Spe cial Corrcftpurilvuts. ADDISON COUNTY. VERGENNES. it ir m.iri tigo took place Wod- liy nt lip ,it tho homo of Mr. mill Hi Wit p.vker "f W.iltham when ir chir icr i in.i lit iii, wiii married Jim I! Clark nf Now Haven. Thu ge it II, 1 i H' . J. C. FMier nllloiat- Oi r 1 it vi s ami a few Intimate ..... j' I... .in. .in, , .hi.. i,t 1 1 tr uriln.l Mill. ,...,.. , ..liml.U .....1 fnl g ft s ri)iiK".t ngof silverware, linen, nt ire, i-li r i and a sum nf money. ' t 1 iv ny refreshments nf lc. . m i i l ko were solved.' Mr. ami c'l.uk v-i t ,it unco to their own ii K iv as the Davlil Harp farm In ' v ' 'i Mr Chirk recently pur 1 l P li (Mill. rl. wife nf William ', ' 1 "mil morning after a llng s fr .in imiMiinpllon. aged 4.! s S 10 lia s a lmsliinil. one dailgii Floi ul hi patents, Mr. anil Mrs. n M 'lor i in brother, Arthur, two erf, .m's f e-inia .Miner, a sister in tin; nf t ic Hi i Cross, anil Mrs. Kllz.i II ir rilnt I 111,. ovr..i,t.ii. 1 ls F old- M-ilor. are all residents his r l I .lies of the Vfrpptnins ting w t Mis. J I . Whiteside ami 10 mi n. In rs i r, admlttul. The fnllnw- olllei rs wi rr i P ted: President, Mrs. n 'i s i'i : lei -pi esidr nts, Mrs. C. I i'' Mrs , .I.-il. Hiniles. Mrs. It. W. n Mis. S. D. Miner; secretary, Mrs. i . J"ii lrlly: treasurer. Mrs. W. .1. , con mitt. is on highways. Mrs. li. I l"!ri. i-m Mi. r II nn..n..M.. u... .i j.i m. i . 1 .. imsii; on senom it. 1. . ir ii ... .-. T .. ..... f 1 . . ....... .. . dr Mt-u " I? T1..I..I..1 AT-.. . T. Tl wins Mack, Mrs. M. T. Rrislol, (" V Pirkrr, Mrs. S. 1). Minor: on t !i1i s iionl grounds, Mrs. W. J. i'K -i'.- .1 H. uoiineuy, airs. (. A, limn, on t'-ies, Mrs. MeOovcrn, Mrs. noli- on ham Is, Mrs. Whiteside. L.-iDuke rs Sarah li. Sonvol. widow of Rzrn vi 1, died early Saturday mornliiK In home of her daughter. Mrs. G. Klmhall. Mrs. Scovol had lieen Invalid for K. years. Throe weeks sim r. ii i, i., i ... - ,., III I '.'111 llllll 1 1 il I. I l I I'll hip and had since gradually failed I the end came. Kho was horn In isnurgii .January .A, ism, the lii.,. .r i.l,,i.i ...,.i i..n.. iiMiit.. .'is. Slio was married to Kim A. i l In 1ST. I and had slncn resided In ( Ity Two children -were born to Clara ICv.a and l'red Kzra. Mrs. '1 was a member of tho ConBreBi il (' urcli. The funeral was at the residence of (i. R O. Kim- Monday afternnoii at three n'cloclc. and Mi-i j n. Hlndes, who havo at Hotel l.enox for tho wlntor, opened their house for tho sum- Mr. ami Mrs, Charles Diicaii returnrd from ii ten days' visit Irs. DiiKan's mule, Amos Iiartou alone, v v - M ss IJzkIo Com nf HdMii has taken n. position us iss n' the Stevens IlniiFe. Mr. .Mrs llin llnrriniKhs ff.tve n parly rday aftrrnoon In honor of thn blitlid.iy of their son. Itohert. es wfii plavid and a featuro of aftrnooirs enjoyment was miiHle he violin l,y Jlasters Itohert find Shu k Huppi r was served at live 'k - Chlikrn thieves linvo rMlnv- II. JaeoliH nf several choice Plv- Ii nn. k Ik ns n. I-. Parney of tor nimu.i.l u n..ln.. I., it. i.. i.-- Kit 1 Jnck' m of C.lens rails, .. n I lililfr in r niece, Miss AKnes a, ann oimr rout I vex In this vl. Jai-1 C Hl'ijr ami flrace Lillian, i'r or Mr .nil Mrs. Ilarle.v nurd wrri nnrried Monday mornliic at o'clock at St I'etir's Church hv i io ' " eziiia The hist man was 'tl K. n.inlels of this city and thu -r. .I'liuiiH narrow or llllfirli A ,i ... " i. iiiiii u Kiven Mon- iBht at the sroom's parents', Mr. find Cacslus Illalr of thin city and dainty hment.s served, Mr. and Mrs. Illalr thi n plmts of u lart;o number of ill,' K'fts, Mr. anil Mrs. illalr left vdiliifr on a week's weddlnR trip to ii On tlulr return they will reside Ilutter hrotmht from to i'S cents rbh 17 crnts Monday, enlors of the Verjrennes hlirh school pn paring to Rlvn tho comedy iralda" at tho opera house In the future. C II Maivsliall has roturned a visit to his son, Manly, at White- J V '11 in Hoii i r I.. to tno rectory of St. 1'aul's Cliurch. Jian returned to h a stiiriiou nt nlverslty of Vermont Tuesday aftor :aster recess with his parents, Mr. drs, IC-zra Ilall.-Mrs. Krank Haror vw 4,",,,i'"""i y i mutiny ny 'Uin t) IlOr S Htcr Mluu ri..n "Mil 4Jll)t 1 lur school In tho Mlddlohrook dls- iii j'orrisiiurRU Monday.-Itobert who has been passing th,. sntii,,. on with his parents, Mr, and Mrs helple, returned Tuosilnv (o v,. nlverslty Amos V. Needham wept i.v to Hoston wllh two curloads nf and calves and shipped a double deck caivoH to .New Voile A boron i.,.. i; to JnilKe HurrotiKliH of Wultliam, drawliiK ii small load of liny up (ho mr John (ioidon's house on Green Monday afternoon, slipped and broke a hind Icr and had to be killed. Tho ladles of the Auxiliary society of St. Paul's I2pIscoil Church were entertained by Mrs. 11, V. Field Monday. 11. Ulsbeo sold recently to 1)T (3, F. II. Wlllard a span of Morgan tionles. At a nieetlnif of the city board hold Tuesday evenlnc, a petition pr.iylm? for the KranllnR of two-fifth class llnuor li censes was received, Friday evening, April;!., was fixed as the time for hear ing applicants for licenses. Miss buralne Oravcs Is leachlliK school In the Satterly district, FerrlsbuiKh. K. C. Scott, Sr., Is still confined to the limine with rheumatism.-On roIiir to the barn yesterday mornlnK T. Olllnn found his cow dead In her slnll.- 'Plumes on the Champlaln Val ley Tc'cplinne company line have been installed In the homes of W. II. Orr nnd Peter Austin.-Robert HuiIfoh visited his mother, Mrs. Kllz.i Hudon, In Urandon v ster.lay.-Tlio Sixteen club was enter tained last evening by Mrs. 11 c. Her rlck and the Misses Ada and .lennlo Hrls tol at the home of the former. Mrs. N. ,T. McCucn. who lias been seriously III at llnverill, Mass., while on a visit to her n, nr. C. N. MeCuen, is able to ride cut and experts soon to be nble to re turn to her home In th s eliy.-Mr. IJzr.i Hall will entertain the Indepe ndant Ite.ul Inu Clnle Wednesday. Apt 11 17. BHDDLEBURY. Mrs. Frank Fuller died Friday moru liij with pneumonia at the aue of Trt yinr. She Is survived by a husband and two daughters, Mrs. AHee Ainldnn and Miss Mary Fuller. The funeral was held at her lale home Motility mnrnliiK at ten o'clock. Miss Mary Fuller, who has been with her parents, l. now 111 with pneumonia. Robert Hope h:i.s returned to Ills school duties at Nnrthlleld after seveial days at home. Mail: Turner Is back from a visit in Uurllnptnn with his aunt, Mrs. Allen Hall. Miss .lennls Clrow, who has lived here two years, has none to HrHtol to reside. The Century club met with Mrs. II. M. Seeley Wednesday even ing. The List Masonic dance of tile se -son will b(. belli in the town hall Friday evenim;, Aj rll !!. Dorian's Military band of Tioy, .V Y., will furnish music and supper will be served at the Addison I louo. Mis Rleanor (Jrahain has re turned from a visit In ItiirllnKton. Dr. Cramton Owens and Franklin llentley have teturned liom Manchester, when' they attended the funeral of lir. P.irc. Mrs. Willla.n Mea.l of Chleauo Is vislt- Imr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ford. Mrs. Albert Shaw Is iiiovIiik Into the Nelson Ixiwrence limine on Seymour street. James Tracy Is conllned to the house with the nrlp. John JIIkkIus Is about the house after a several day's Illness, Miss ICinina Meolier has return ed from a visit In liurllnKton. Kilw.ud Sinnor has whip to Providence, R. I., win re he has employment. The ftineril of Mrs. Frank Fuller was held ut her late home Monday mornliiK at ten o'clock. Tho Rev. W. T. For.sythe, rector of St. Stephen's Church olllelnted and the burial was i.i the Case street cemetery. The bearers were (ieori-i. Chaffee, I.. W. Forlvs, (Silicon Abbey and C. F. Rich Kilsnil Wlssell of Shnreham has bought the Williamson property on Seymour street and will soon take possession. Unfits WalnwrlKlit has k"o to Dayton, Ohio, for a ten days' visit. Hazel SiKiinr, will (jo to Rutland where he has a po sition with the express company. Rob. ert Plnney, for several years clerk at the neckwlth store, has taken Mr. SIkhoi-'s place as expressman at the local otllce. Waldo KniKlit has re turned from a visit In North Hero. Charles I,aro has rhiic to New York city where he has work with a tele phone company. Monday market day orijs brniiRht HI cents and butler 27. Tho shipment of livestock from Ibis section Monday consisted of live car loads of tows, calves and Iiors for th" HrlRhton market Col. and Mrs. S. A. Illsley, who have passed two Months In the South, returned home Tuesday. Miss Jennie l.aPan has roiic to Ksscx Junction, called there by the serious Illness of her sister. Mrs. j J. Jlruya. Fred Hammond of ISurlltiRton Is In town lookhiR after the propi rty te cently Riven to the Roverniront bv Col onel Dattell. Repairs will beuln at nnee on the different biilldliiRs. Ma r hhall T. Hutterfleld, a member of the police force, has tendered his resigna tion to the trustees. Tils Mlcccssnr has not yet been appointed The sprliiR term of the vlUaRO nhools opened Monday after n ten days' va cation. About five Inches of mow fell Monday State's Attorney ,. C Rus sell and Mrs. Russell hnvn returned from a week's stay In New York city. -Alfred Wlmmctt has recoveri d from the effects of Ills recent accident, in which his collnr bone was broken, Mrs. Joseph Rooney, who has been seriously 111 most of the time since last fall, Is now very much better. Miss Sarah llruya, who had been 111 for some limn at the homo of her mother, Mrs Mary llruya, died early Tuesday mnrn.iiR with n complication of diseases. Resides her mother, she is survived by live sisters, Mrs. J, '., Oaudett of llrlstol, Mrs. J. A. llannliiR of Hartford. Conn . Mrs. F. A. Harrows of VorKonnes, and Delia and Clara llruya nf this village, and live brothers, Clarence W. Rrnya of Prov idence, R. I., Frunk A. Rruyu of Spokane, Wash., Arthur A. llruya of Leicester Junction, J, I.. Hruya of Kssex Junction and Kdward llruya of this village. She was a Rraduaie of Worcester, Mass., cily lioipltal In the class of ISlfl and from tlie'te went to Colorado retiunliiR hero about two years ai?o, A J. Hlaek mer and H. Robins a io in Ros ton. Tho Tli . Mr. Dickinson of tho Coii RTeRatlonal Church will preach the Memo, rial day sermon In the town hall Meinorla Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Taylor has iriturneil to Fort Kdwnrd, N. Y., after ten days with her mother, Mrs, Fanny Ii unworthy. -Mrs. Silas Kendall Is In Rutland tills week, MUs Akhcb Hughes has returned from a week's visit In Plttsfnrd.-Carl Mead has returned to New York city aftHr a few days' visit with his mother. Mlrs Mary Mnnsey has returned to her home In New Hampshire after a brief visit In town. Thn Rev, W. II. Vviishburnn has gone to Saratoga, to attend the Troy con-' icrenee. .Mrs, Homer Rain Is III. JatncH M. Tracy has recovered from a serious attack of the grip. Dr. VliVIl W. Hlanchnrd, who has been 111 the past fow days, Is recovei Ing. Mrs, John llannlm!, who hud Just re t timed to Hartford, Conn., after nu ex tended visit lo her mother, Mrs, Mary llruya, was summoned back by the death of lier sister, Sarah. Misses Stella and Lizzie Turner nio making repairs on tho Interior of the liouiio they recently chased, pn- The funeral of Miss Sarah llruya will ln held at the St, Mary'tt Church this mornliiR at nine o'clock, c'ol, and Mrs, B. A, Ilslny have returned from a two months' trip In tho South.-John Moran has returnee, from n several months' slay In the ninth pail of the Slate, Judge. P.llss Is lll.-F. R. Stone has on exhibi tion In t A. Piper's show window a spin nltig wheel, reel and six ll.ix wheels, Mrs, Martin Hayes, who has been the guest of Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Hayes, has returned to Sandy Hill, N, Y, Miss Ina Lewis ha,s returned from Potsdam, N. Y. Mrs, Lucy Smith ha-s returned from Hrls to, c, M. Carpenter has returned from New Yoik rlty.-MIss Genevieve McMnhon has returned to Rutland after a short I visit w..h her parents. The maple sugar season i.s proving much better than anticipated and it now looks as though there would be a fair sized crop In this section. Sugar Cells from 10 to 13 cents per pound and syrup KT cents tn $1.00 a Ballon.-William P. Russell Post, No, SO, O. A. R., now occupies the Volunteer Hose company's rotuiM. -Dr. Dlcklnsnn of tho Ctingicgattnnal Church -will preach Sun day morning on "Master, Where Dwellest Thou;" in tho evening on "The Gracious Invitation." Tho biggest snow storm of tile season struck here Tuesday night and fully ten Inches of snow fell. Mrs. Decker, who ban been visiting her son, Henry Percival, in Now York city all winter, has teturned to town. Fvnnge llstlc meetings under the direction of this Rev. N. P. Mnfer will be continued this evening, Friday and Saturday In the Memorial Hapllst Church Saturday after noon, n boys' and girls' meeting will be held at .1:30 o'clock. Sunday morning thn Rev. George R. Stair will breach on "The I'nremembered Man." Sunday afternoon a men's meeting will be held at 3:X0 o'clock at which the Rev. Mr. llafer will pleach. In the evening Mr. llafer M1 preach the last sermon in the ten days' series of evangelistic services. The Moosiilamno club held a largely attended smoker In their moms In tho Tuppcr block Wednesday evening. FERRISBURGH. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hrydla of I'errlsburgh was the xcciu of a very pretty wedding Wednesnay April 3 at two o'clock, when their daughter, Cora, was united In marilage lo Harry Newell of Schenectady, N. Y. The ceremony took place under a canopy of white from which podding bells were suspended with an embankment of green at the rear, the Rev. S. II. M.mis officiating. Fxeellent '.niisic wa.s rendered by Dr. Waterm..ii and Mrs. Carsley. The strains of the wedding march usheied into the parlors the gloom and best man, Harry llofnagle, followed by the hi Ide and bridesmaid, Miss Mattle Hrydla. The bride was beautifully dressed In white lansdnwne trimmed with em broidered chiffon. The bridesmaid wore pe.nl colored silk, handsomely trimmed. After congratulations, tlit company were served with l efreslmnents of sandwiches, eolfee, chicken salad, Olives, cake and Ice cream. The young brothers of the bride, ('hue and Andrew, waited upon the guests under the direction nf Mrs Charles Spauldlng. The wedding gifts were numerous and rare In iiu.illty. The bride and groom accompanied hy t lie gloom's father, Aithur Newell, his htother and two sisters departed on the l:tft train. Mr. and Mrs. Ni.well are young people of sterling finalities. Miss Hrydla was much esteemed as a teacher and Mr. Newell is an olcclrlolnn, who has won a position of trust and protlt. ZRTSTOL. The Rev, Frank Fletcher preached his Inst sermon for the eonferenco yupr at the Methodist Church Sun day, This week lie will attend the conference at Saratoga. Harry Forest has ic turned tn Mlddli bury. Mrs. Fannie Hamper, who hns been caring for her mint, Mrs. W. N. Gove In Lin coln, Is visiting In Ferrlsburgh. The monthly business meeting and social of the Christian F-niloavor of the Rni) tlst Chinch was held at Miss Hvelyn Dnmns's Friday evening:. Mrs. IClla A, Dana Is back from several weeks In Rutland. Mrs. A, L. Cain of Hur llugton was in town Friday and Sat urday. A telegram from Denver, Colo., told of the death of Mrs. Alice Glad ding Stlnson. She was a daughter of Horace Gladding of this town, and the wife of Loren Stlnson, formerly of Hurllngton. The body will be brought Knst, either here or to Hurllngton. A son was born In Malnne, N, Y., April i to Mr. and Mrs. RUsworth C. Law rence. Mr. Lawrence Is graduate of the Hrlstol high school. Mrs. Lucy Smith of MlddloburJ hns been visit ing her sister, .Mrs. (J, P. Colby, tin past week. Maple sugar Is retailing for 12 cents a pound. Miss Kthel Tucker will tearh th" spring term of school on Case stieet in Mlildlebury. L. O. Chapin Is back from Huston and New York. The Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Thomas have packed their household goods and are stopping with Mrs. Amelia Nash. Mr. Thomas preach ed Sundny and will finish his labors hen April 21. They will go to Castle Hoik, Colo., In a few wreks, where their son is. Arthur Iifnyefte returned tn Roslon Saturday, A daughter was born to Dr. and Mis. C. M. Sneilnn In Littleton, N. H.. April ii. Miss Rdlth Rrown visited Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Averlll In Mlildle bury over Sunday. The Rev. G. R, Wil son and Leon Dran went to Alabama several weeks ago for the benefit of the hitter's health, They are former resi dents of Ibis town, but have resided In Hurt ford, Conn., the past year. Miss Cnrrle Pateison writes from Pas.nlcnn, Cal., that she Is In good heiltii and has enjoyed the past winter very much. She lias iccelved visits from several former residents of Rristol anil attended tho meeting of th" Vermont association at Pasadena. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Stevens nf Cornwall were guests of Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Sumner over Sunday, Mrs. Tag gart, mother of Mrs. Sarah Dumas, Is o,ultn III nt the homo of her daughter. Mis. Carollnn Ray Is at hoine from a visit with relatives In New Haven. Tho W, C. T. 1T. will meet with Mrs. notch ed this afternoon, Miss Stella Hamuer returned to New York Monday after passing her vacation with her mother. N. H. IJuba has been visiting in Cam bridge the past week. Applications for llftli class licenses have been made by W, W. Wilson and Dr, K, A. Tobln ti sell liquors at the South side drug slore and thn Hrlstol Drug Co., a hearing will be held April 27 Next Sunday will be "Homo Clrclo Day" nt the Congrega tional Church. Sir. and Mrs. Frank HI llott of Lincoln have entered thn employ of Noah Iithrop. About six Inches of snow fell hern Monday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, '.Veston Trudo lust week. There has been a Rood run of sap lately nnd tnero is a prsopeet of an average amount of sugnr being made. Fred Streeter of Manchester was In town Monday. .Mr, Streeter irraduates this year from Hurr and Hurtou Sem inary. Ills homo is In 1 IJnesburgh. John Hurt hns entered I ho employ of A. H, Kllburn. W, n, Hal ties was out for tho Ilfst tlino Tuesday, after a week's MIiichb. Attornoy J, 1J. Dono wny of Mlddlebury was In town Tues day, A. II. Munslll visited In Hurllng ton the first of the week. Miss Ger trude I'lirnuilee, the teacher In the se cond primary of the graded school, hns been obliged to leave her school because of 111 health. Frank Hlanch nrd, Is fnlllng. Mrs. Tnggait and R. A. Young continue very III. Letters advertised In the llrlstol post ofllco April S: IMsnn Foss, L, C, Moody, Jos. Snmervllle. Mis. F. T. Shackett has taken rooms with Mr. nnd Mrs, Jamei Dillon on Garlleld street. Miss Genu Cha. pin has rctitn.ed to the V. y. M. Nell Sumner went to Rutland Wednesday, where he has a situation In the ear shops. -Mrs. II. L. Averlll of Mlddlebury Is vlsp Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David White. The Hi v. Frank Fletcher started for conference Tuesday. II" expects tn bo retm nod here for another year. John TagRart of Chart. die lias been called here by the dangerous Illness of his mother. Twelve Inches nf snow fell hero Tuesday night and Weill esdny morning. Mrs. An drew Dillon Is dl with heart trouble. The school il'ri dors have engaged Mls Lottie Sessions to tnke Miss Parmleu's place as te.u tier in the reond primary. ('. C. Currier ha succeeded M!s. (ioorglo Pi rk ns cashier for N. F. Uunshee X- Son. Miss Peck has ei tered the employ of L. O. t'hapln. A. R. Grow, went tn Ver gennes Wedliesd iv. No ina'l was received here Wednesday from th" north or south until afternoon. LARRABEE'S POINT. Waller Hiirlelgb has 300 Rhodo Inland Red chickens, (nit of the last setting of ir.0 eggs 1H were hatched. -Mrs. Jane Farr and daughter. Winifred, are passing the week with Mr- Howard Hlrchitrd in Shoieliain. Tliom is Mc( alley hits given up his position ,i lnntornian at Danvers, Mass.. and Is al home for the summer. Mr. and Mis. H. W. IWrlelgh returned Saturday from N"W York, Mr. and Mrs C. 11. McKee of Whitehall. N. Y., accom panying them, MI'S Francos Wesley is nt home for two wi eks' vacation. Mis Rrmla M. Sandeis. who ,,is been confined to the house fur a work with a sevele cold, is aguln able to be out. SALISBURY Mr. and Mrs. Allen Yoik i Ity were the ents, Mr. and Mi. O. and Sunday. Nelson of New home of his par Nilson, Saturday Mrs. .. v. Heliion, who has boon vis iting in Rutland tile past week, return ed home Mondav Dr. Read and Ii. J. Whitney each Inve men at work on Hie foundation for their new buildings. Mrs. Rend and llltle son are vlsltlntr in Massachusetts. NEW HAVEN. Miss Daisy Rotter returned tn her school In proctor. Mondav. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Potter are the parents of a daughter born April 4.-The senlnrs uyd Juniors will give a mapli ugar s.Hal In tho town hall Thursday evening, piil 11. F.very one invited. Phillip notion has been the guest of Mr. and Mis. V. M. llonediet the past week. Mrs. Foolo of Veigennes Is the guest of In r -!.sii-r. Mrs. F. M. Parteh. Mr. and Mr- Newton Ros,( nf Tlonnderoga, N. y ,f visiting In town. -Miss Grace li. Mf -III i In Stnrksboro caring for .Mrs. KINlu '.'nllc.nnDeo, who has a young daughter. Miss Flora. Ulti ma n and Mrs. Nettle- Woton and dren visited In Hrlstol over Sunday chll- MONKTON RIDGE. .Mn nan raige roonvofl a severe cut on his left hand whili -awing woud with his gasoline engine. His son-in-law, George Catohapnw, lias In en running the engine, for hlin slnre,-Mrs Lizzie Paige, who has been In poor health all winter, Is still ill, HANCOCK. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phelps of Roch ester visited their daughter, Mrs. George Taylor, Jr.. Sunday. L. J. Rob inson is finishing off Ins dryhouse and making It Into n tenement. Ross Goodyear and family have moved Into Tom Martin's house, lately vacated bv W Martin. Mrs. Arthur .Miller has I n 111 with the giip.- tler is voi v feeble. nVande'r Whit- STARKSBORO. Mrs. Heulah Chase, wm for several years had resided witli Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hanson, passed away Sunday after an Illness of several weeks. She was an aginl woman and had lieen very feeble for some time. The funeral, which was private, was held Wednesday and the re tnaln.H were taken to Vergennes for in terment, Mrs. L. G, Ferguson returned Saturday from the Mary Fletcher hospital very much Improved In health. Mrs. M. J. Fowler nnd daughter, lidltli, of Iiast Hethel aro visiting Mrs. Fowler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G, Ferguson. The C. C. -'. will meet April 18 with Mrs. liugene Mlnum. Mrs. Fanny Hulett of Danby U. visiting her son, Gale Hulett, Mrs. M, J. Graves and daughter, lillzaboth, of tlrandou aie visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. Clifford. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clifford aro visiting relatives In Hrlstol this week. -.Mr. and Mrs. Georse Sirgent and daugh ter, Ilnttio Mae, of Lincoln visited lela tlves heie Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs. Alson Sargent of Lincoln passed Sunday with lenitives here. George Nichols oasseil Sunday with his parents In Lincoln. Fred Streeter, who Is attending school In Manchester Center, Is passing a few days with Ills father, liugene Streeter. Mrs. 1), Davis of lllnesburgh visited her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Mllo Smith, Tuesduv. A N Hiown of, Mlildlebury was called heie Monday by the death of his aunt, Mrs. Heiilnh Chase. lirwlit Newton of Hur llngton returned homo Tuesday after passing a few dnyw with relatives here. He was accompanied by his wife, who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Clifford, for two weeks. William Dwlre, Fred Dwlre nnd Ulltry C'oU were In Hrlstol Tuesday. IaiuIs Gordon Is put ting up a building on the site of the black smith shop, formerly owned by Mrs. Swift, which ho Intends using for a store house for feed, Wesley Herry of Rich mond passed Sunday with friends here. W. N, Hill was In Hrlstol Monday. Mrs, D. D, Donahue and daughter, Mabel, are visiting rflallves hi Hlneslmrgli, Mr. and Mrs, lidcnond Hunnon, Frank llaniinn and Mrs, George O'Hryan attended the fun eral nf Lelghton, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W, HostwIcX In lllnesburgh Saturday. Mis. W. II, Thompson Is visiting relatives In Lincoln this week. Mrs. Guy llushey was In Monkton Tuesday. John Crowley ms In Huntington Monday, Mr.s, S. Hush tiell and granddaughter, Dorothy, of Hlnesburgh visited Mrs. Huslinell's sister, Mrs, P. J, Smith. Fridiiy.--Lym,iu Hill's sugar house ahd some of the Intenslls wore destroyed by Ilio Tuesday, together with about pi worth of syrup, BRIDPORT. Mr. and Mrs, O, li. Converse and sou arrived hero .Saturday from North Caro lina, -vhero they have passed tho winter. (Continued on 2nd Page.) FATAL WRECK ON SI. J. & L C. William S. Bailey of Hardwick First Passenger Killed in 30 Years. CAR PLUNGED DOWN BANK Spread Hull Supposed Cause Charles llnnney, the Vi-lrnui Conductor, SerloiiNly Injured Passenger Cut Hint llrulsed Ah Cwr' Turned ter. St. Johnsbury, April 10. For tho first time In no years a passenger has bren killed on the St. Johnsbury ,i Lake Chamiilaln railroad In the worst wieek In tills section of the State for as many years. The mall train westbound, due at Hardwick at 7:2a this morning, left the track about two miles east of Hirdwlek, the combination car and passenger car sliding down a 2Ti-foot embankment al most Into the Limolllo river. The train was In charge of lingineer Frank H, Miner. Flteman chutlcs John son and Conductor Clinics Ranney. all of St. Johnsbury. with O. S. Cogswell, bnggagemastor. George Campbell. ex press agent, and Piontice Cirleton, mall clerk. While lonndlng a sharp curve at the usual speed, It s supposed that a rail spread as tile two ears were d lalled, (i,. combination car dragging the tender down the steep Incline. The engine stayed on tile rail ami Fireman Johnson walked to Hardwick and win d the news to St. Johnsbury and from that place the wreck train was nulokly started with doctors. The coupling pin between the two cars broke Instantly anil the passenger car with 11 passen gers and Conductor Rnmiey plunged down the embankment. Turning com pletely over It stopped at the waters idge. The combination car, containing six passengers besides the crew, tipped over on Its side nnd stopped half way down the embankment. WILLIAM S. HAILliY Kll.l.liD. Will. am S. Railey of Hardwick was rid ing in this car with his sou, Ralph, a student at .uirdulck Academy, and was Instantly killed. As the car tipped over he was thiown against fin. lamps and either bled to death or was killed by the concussion. His son was slightly bruised. Mr. Halley was about 'i years old and was goliii to Hardwick to perfot nr his duties as lister. He was a well kivnvn citizen and at oni time a famous horse, bleeder owning 10 years ago Lambert II., a great Morgan trotter, and Helen M., once the two-yiar-old cliamp.on of New England. He leaves a wife anil three children. Conductor Ranney. the oldest conductor In service on tho road, ami who has been on this line since It was llrst started, over 30 years ago n's a part of tho old Portland & (Jgdensburg ralltoad, was thrown against a car seat and seveiely bruised above the hips. A careful examination shows no bnnes were broken nor can th.' physicians discover any internal Injuries. He was brought h mie this afternoon on a stretcher and his Injuries are not con sidered serlnus. Ho was the only train man to receive sitIous Injuries. Haggagr master Cogswell had his should er wrenched and narrowly eeaped being crushed to death by the trunks and ex press safe, while the express messenger had one finger Jammed and one log bruised. The other trainmen em aped with out a scratch. TUB PASSENGIiRS INJI'RKD, Mrs, Harvey Gravlln and Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Gale, all of St. Johnsbury. and Louise r.ny.loy of Peachain were taken to various homes in Hardwick and their wounds dressed by local physicians. They nre all doing well and It Is not believed their injuries are serious. Miss Havley had her fnoe cut and hip bruised, Albert Gale had threo scalp wounds nnd one leg Jammed. Mrs. Gale and Mrs. Gravlln were liadly shaken up and bruised, lid ward Peterfou, a St. Johnsbury traveling man, was hurt on the log and arm. Fred A. Carter, another St. Johnsbury travel ing man, received a scalp wound from the window glass. Dr. G, L. Hates of Moriisvllle, who was returning home from the dentil bed of IiIh friend. Dr. Oenge of St. Johnsbury, had a bad gash on his head from broken glass, but was the only doctor on the train and was aide to render timely nsslstnneo until the Hardwick doctors arrived. J. M. Loid, n St. Johnsbury machinist, had n leg bruised and William Allen of Hard wick was hint about bis head. Royce Talbert of Rust Hardwick had his col lar bono and hip bruised, while Interim! Injuries are feared In the ease of Ar chie Harnett, also of Fast Hardwick Roswell Simpson nf Greensboro, rail road carpenter, had several ribs broken nnd Frank H. Forrest of Greensboro and Joseph Massey of Knst Hardwick were slightly hurt. J, F. Johnson nf Hoston was thrown over William Hal ley and escaped with slight cuts, Will lam Montague, a -iiCtlon hand, was hurt on his hip. Ills father was In a team Just across tho river rtnd was the only one to see the train's fatal plunge. The hnlf n dozen other pnsseugers on the train were uninjured, though 1! out of 17 In the passenger car were hurl. DEATH OF TRAVELING MAN. A. I Admin of llnilou .Suddenly Taken II ut Mnnlncller. Montpelier, April 10. A. F. Adams, whu reptesents thn Hoston branch house ut the L, C. Smith Typewriter company, died this nftornoon at Heatou hospital, Mr, Adams arrived ut the Pavilion Hotel Mon day night In his usual health. He was In great pain during Tuesday and Tuesday night with what was supposed to lie puis eular rheumatism and was taken to the hospital this morning In an ambulance, It Is not known whether he wag a lnarrbi ! man but the Hoston hniiso he represented has been notified of his death. TO MAKE WORLD SMALLER. In night Veurs Ships Will Snll across IkIIiiiiiin, Kuj'fi I'oiler. Rutland, April 10,-Congressmnn D. J. Foster addressed WO men at a meeting of tho Men's League of the Congregational Church hern to-night, spcaklnij on Panama. Ho told of his recent visit to the Isthmus and swke moirt enthusiastically of progress mnde thorn during thn last three yonrs and future progress. Mr. Foster said that the canal would make thn world smaller nnd predicted that in eight years ships would sail through It. A BRATTLEBORO WEDDING. Manager Ilrnmr of Hi nobs House WoiU Miss Helen I. Crosby. Hrattloboro, April 10. John Franklin Hrnsor, mannger of the Hrooks House, and Miss Francos Crosby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ii. fj. Crosby, were mar ried nt the horr.! of tho bride's parents this afternoon at three o'clock. Itir old Hrnsor, a brother of the groom nnd Miss liilna Crosby, a sister of tie! bride, were respectively best man and bridesmaid. About 40 guests of the Immediate families nf the bride and groom were present and many beautiful presents were received. The couplu left this evening for n short wedding trip to Hoston after which they will return and wilt be at home at thn Hrooks House May 15. DOUBLE-HEADER DITCHED. Freight Hnglne Pinned llulf ll l.englb Into JlnnL. Hrattloboro, April 10 A southbound ex tra Centi.il Vermont freight train was wrecked hire last night at ll:5u. The train was a iloi.bli-header and hid been put on a siding to allow the ngular mid night Hoston and Maine, freight to piss. When the slcnal was given for n clear track the engines went ahead lint a broken rail threw the fiont engine and i It plowed Into the embankment nearly I half Its length before It stopped being pushed hy the following engine as well as I by the long siring of cuts. A wiecklng i crew was summoned nnd Superintendent , Hlrod who was in town also assisted In doming up the wreck. The track at the I piece of the wreck was moved sideways to allow other tialns to pass and the wrecking crew worked from midnight un til lale this afternoon in getting the en gine back on the Iron. DR. W1VI. W. GENGE DEAD. Popular St. .lobiiHlniry Physician n Vic tim of Pneumonia. St. Johnsbury. April 10. Dr. William W. Genge, aged 30, died at his home early this mottling after a short Illness of pneu monia with other complications. He was born In Canada and In the spring of 1SU located In Hyde Park, wier.- ho practiced for H years. He came 1 ne neailv three ears ago and had a good practice, excell ing ns a surgeon. He was very popular. He leaves a wife and three children. ONE LICENSE ASKED FOR IN MIDDLESEX. Montpollor. April 10 -Shnrtlv before the time for filing applications tor liquor licenses In the town of Middlesex expired this noon, Flank T. Whitney put in an application accompanied by his bond and certitled check for $1,."00 for a second class license hi tiL, Rugbeo House up Worcester branch Just over to Montpollor and Middlesex line, Mr. Whitney was obliged to buy the property as the owner would not rent It for such a purpose. The license commissioners have notllled Mr. Whitney that they will give a hear ing on Ills application at the home of li. J. Hills in Middlesex, Friday forenoon, April 2C. CP TO NO LICKNSIi PROPLK. Interest now centers In what action tho no license people of Middlesex, who claim an Illegal vote on the license question at the last annual town minting will do. The Hon. S. Stanton, senior counsel for the anti-license people of that town, stated to day that he and W. C. White, his asso ciate, has not decided what course wou'd bu taken, and at all events three weeks must elapse before the license applied for can be granted. Those who favor license In the town uf Middlesex clnlm if tho license vote was Illegal because Montpelier citizens voted In tho annual town meeting, all thn ofli cers elected by ballot at that town meet ing are also Illegally elected and that the. town Is without any otllcers legally en titled to hold otlliv, except the throj license commissioners appointed by the as sistant Judges. So far as known this Is the llrst case of Its kind arising under the license law and Hie developments will be awaited with no little Interest. SIXTIiRN INCH liS OF SNOW. Hiattlelioro, April 10. Telegniphlc com munication with til" outside world has Just been re-established tho wires being borne down by the weight of snow which fell from .Monday morning and until late this .forenoon. The wind blew a gale from tbn northeast but the snow did not drift owing lo Its dampness and weight. Fully 10 Inches of snow have fallen and the stiirni was the heaviest of tho winter. A similar storm ciimu exactly one year ago. N. Y. HERALD'S HEAVY FINE. Plrniled Guilty tn Using llnlls for Im proper Purposes. New York, April 10 Judge Hough In tlie criminal branch of the t'nlted States circuit court to-day Imposed fines aggre gating $.11,010 upon the New York Her ald Publishing company, James Guidon Hennett, Its proprietor, anil Mauley W. Glllam, tho advertising manager. Mr Hennott and Mr. Glllam appeared in per son, The flues, which worn Immediately paid, wero Imposed as a result of pleas of guil ty Interposod to Indictments charging em ployment of the t'nlted States malls for Improper purposes. Stall lesseos In tho Fanuoll Hall and liulney markets are protesting; against a contemplated raise In their rental. Capt. Alonzo liaton of Springfield, Mass., n close personal friend of General Grant, Is dead, He wus a na tive of Townseud. Murjorle Doyle of Merlden. Conn., who hns undergone four operations for con Kenltnl dislocation of both hips Is being prepared for a fifth operation beforj she was opornted on the child could not wnjk but now she has thrown nwny humihm una wuiks quite well. LONGWORTH OUT FOR TAFT Believes He Best Typifies ihn Roosevelt Administration and Policies. SPEAKS ONLY FOR HIMSELF. I'tpectK ApproMil nr Dlmpprovnl ol Present Administration Policies Will He the Chief Issues ( nc lie i;ieefed If Ohio lleptib llcnns t'nlte for Hlru Cincinnati. April 10. Congresim in Nl-h" ol.i.s Longworth returned from Wasnlng ton to-day and declaied hlnicolf in favot of the nomination of Secretary Tuft f if President. He s.vlil he spoke only for Urn self but that he belleveil that Taft typified the Roosevelt administration. Mr. Longworth said: "Since It has been announced tha' Sei. rotary of War William If. Taft lia. beef a candidate It scums to me that til s. ,i question Involved is whether or not tad republicans of Ohio will Indorse aim for the presidency. Secretary Taft be ng a candidate for President, anil for no other olllco I cannot see how any other ofll i-r are herein Involved. Personalis am! speaking only for niyn If I am !ur T.ift lor President. "The great question liefnie the people In the n-xt pre-ldeiitliil i lection nil' io, I ,n my opinion, the approval or d -..p-j proval of republican policies as register I ed by the legislative and exertr ' branclirs of till" government for the past eight years under tne administration of President Roosevelt. R seems to me "mt after tho President himself, there .s no living man who so thoroughly typllles in the eyes of the people the spirit of ti Roosevelt administration as William II Taft. There Is no one who can lo bettfr trusted to carry out many of th" groat reforms which will bo necessarily in complete upon the retirement nf Presi dent Roosevelt, March 4. 1003. as can Wil liam H. Taft. "Ills whole life since he became of age has been devoted to the public service. Ills record has been without a speck, bis character without a fl iw, his abilities ns a Jurist and as an ,i I ministrative officer have been i ' tlngulsheil as to have already pin. 1 him In the ranks of the verv ,-r. men In the history of this country ' "Ohio more than any other St it. is known ns tho mother of presidents I believe, thai the tilUM is at Man. I wlmr she may bei ,ime too mother nf ein.t i i president for 1 firmly believe til t f the republicans of Ohio stand bv win lam H .Taft uc can bo nominated and elected." AMERICAN CUT TO PIECES. (Jen. (iirlslinns, vtlth Hie Hnniliirai Ariiij- Meed IJriitnl 1'iite lloll llln Co-. eminent Doomed. Mobile, Ala., April 10. Oct.iv us Gal. lardo, collector of customs and postmas ter at the captured town of Tnijilli. Hon duras, arrived here lat night on t'la steamer Hdlze from Belize, Hrltish Hon duras. Just as the steamer left Rehzo four d .3 ago a letter was handed Oallardo saying that General Leo Christmas, the Am. rican army nfllcer In tho service of llond'iris, had been cut to pieces by Nlcaragunn sol diers. Thu letter gave no details of thn light In which Christmas was kill d In formation was contained In the letter thit there was no hope for the KonMIu govern ment and that ho was doomed to death If he did not get out of tho oountry. News wa.s brought here by passengers on the steamer that President Honllla was not at Amapala but was hiding In Salvador. This report la sold to bo authentic. Gallardo was accompanied by his secre tary, Roman Gonzales, nnd tliy esi.inel from TruJIllo two days before It was cap ture by Nioaragiians. They succeeded in carrying away JH,( of tho government's money which was placed in safe ko.-pln.-i nt llellze. It Is the purposo of President 55i'i,v nf Nicaragua so a report tiring'' V says, to elect a President for llend iraa by holding a convention nt Teguclga'pa and the following named aspirants for h.i otllce are reported to have delegates on the ground. Pollcnrpo Honllla, now in exile In Sa'va- dor, and Davola Arias, Chleo and SI rra FINDS PLACE FOR NEGRO. It. W. Tyler Appointed Auditor of (he Trcnttirj- for .nvy Depurlnienl, Washington. Anrll 10 -The President h , appointed Ralph W. Tjler. a negro, nt Columbus. Ohio, to lie auditor of the treasury for the luvy department Tvlee Is tho man who, It wa.s announced, had been considered by thn President foe a federal position In Ohio, particularly tint of surveyor of customs at Cmelnrat' He succeeds William W. Rrown, who has 1-. en nppolufed to the position ot special at torney In thn department ot Justice Al though jt s understood that he wa.s not endorsed for this particular place, it n B.ild that both Senators Foraker and Diefc endorsed him for various positions. The question of giving Tjler a feder.l ofllco lias been under consideration by tho President practically nil winter Ho. Is one of two colored men whom the Pros -dent originally had In mind, one of wnom lie desired to appoint tn some federal of flee In Ohio. The ofllco of surveyor o' eus. toms at Cincinnati and collector of inte--nal revenue nt Toledo worn among tho. j considered. The situation in Oh i wat thoroughly canvassed but there was de cided opposition to giving a colored man such a prominent position as those under consideration, Tyler ban been Identified with iiowspapeT work In Ohio and onco held o position on the Columbus Dlsnucii. The Hoston local option bill was re fused u third rending In the House by n tie vote A federal suit hns been brought against the Hoston & Albanv nllrjjiM violations of tho law for tlyi