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20th 07 THE OLD BEE HIVE Telephone Cnllni B3-3 Miiln Floor. GU-11 Clonic Dept. C3-3 lta;; Dept. At $8,75 per set Twenty-five 100-plecc Sets of English Semi-Porcelain Dinner Si; Underglazed Dresden Patterns In Blue, Green and Brown. Guaranteed not to wear off or fade. Especially desirable for cottage and camp. Dorflinger's Thin lead Blown Tumblers Worth 75 cents, at CENTS PER DOZEN CHURCHMEN IN SESSION Tho One Hundred and Seven teenth Annual Oonvonton of the Diocese of Vermont. BISHOP HALL'S ADDRESS Declare That nlorrnr Hns Ilren Smlly Deficient In Providing rnndlilnlen for (lie Mlnlslry Vlnorotin Re ply lo Reports of Tmo Re ligious IloilleB. 48 Extra Heavy Strong Glass Tumblers Worth 40 cents, at 29 CENTS pER poz- SILK 19 inch DEPARTMENT 10 PIECES Black Silk Taffeta POSITIVELY GUARANTEED Worth $1.00 per yard, at CENTS 75 This Is unquestionably the best silk value offered on any retail counter In New England. GLOVE SPECIALS Broken lots of thread glovos, Fine Silk Lisle and Lace Lisle; Gloves, Gloves with Lisle Palms and French Net backs. Silk Gloves in Black, Greys, diodes, Chnmpnignc, Brown and white. 2 AND 3 CLASP LENGTHS. In the ranfte of colors there is a ootl assortment of sizes, but only a limited number of blacks all 5. 25c Gloves at 19c i37i and 50c Gloves at. 25c 50: and G7c Gloves at 39c Q71n nineno nf KO w . 2- i- , i. uwu .$1.25 gloves at 87 Jc Every pair desirable in color and style 2 clasp silk lisle all colors 75c quality at 50c 1G button silk lisle, all colors $1.50 quality at $1.00 2 clasp pure silk gloves, all colors 75c grade G2c $1.00 grade 75c 1G button pure silk gloves Extra quality worth $2.00 at $1.75 THEOLD BEE HIVE Tho 117tli nnnitnl convention of the dloeoso of Vermont met In St. rani's Tinrlnh houso Tuesday morning at nine o'clock. Thero was a celebration of tho Holy Communion In tho church, preceileil by morning prayer at C : 4 .1 o. in., tho rector, the Key. Or. Georgo V. Illlss, officiating. Tho convention was culled to order In the pnrlsh hall at nine o'clock by tho Ht. Hov. A, C. A. Hall, bishop of tho dlocoso of Ver mont. The roll of rlorgy was cnlled by the assistant secretary, the Rev. Charles H. Carpenter of Brandon, and the credentials of lay delegates having been received, a uuorum being present, tho bishop declared tho convention ready for business. At 0.30 o'clock the convention pro ceeded to tho opening service In the church, the Holy Eucharist. The bis hop attended by his chaplain, tho Hov. George II. Johnson, was tho cele brant, tho nev. Dr. Illlss eplstoler, and tho Hov. W. F. Weeks gospelor. Tho bishop read his fourth triennial charge, "The Sacrament of Our Lord's Hody and Ulood." Tho charge Is In print for general distribution through out tho diocese. At tho close of tho service, tho con vention reassembled In tho parish hall. The Rev. Charles 15. Carpenter of Brandon was chosen secretary and the nev. Charles H. Iowls of Woodstock was appointed assistant secretary. The chair named various standing committees of the convention Tho Rev. Dr. Bliss read tho annual report of tho standing committee of the diocese. The report of F. S. Piatt of I'oultney, auditor of trust funds, was read by George lirlggs of Mont pcller. The report showed that all of the funds held for the diocese amount to $320,199 47. Tho report of the trustees of the diocese, presented by K. 1'. OUson of Rutland, showed the Income for the year to h.ive been $1 0.S01.S7 which with undivided Interest of $7,050.25 to Juno 1, 190G nmounts to $17, 941. S2. The total disbursements were $9,626. 33, leaving a balance of $S,315.49. The following standing committee was elected: The Rev. Dr. George Y. Bliss of lUirllngton. the Rev W. F. Weeks of Sholburno; the Rev. S. II. Watklns of St. Albans; C. K. Parker of Vcrgcnnes; IC. J. Ormsbeo of Brnn- don and Georgo Brlggs of Montpeller. Tho convention took a recess at one o'clock, p. m., and luncheon was served In tho parish rooms. BISHOP HAMAS ADDRESS. BORDO-NORTON. mnl1' honor woro black and white . , , I silk, and hat to match. She carried i Pretty Wedding Celebrated at St. 1,unrh of carnations. ,, ,, . , i After tho wedding ceremony tho JOMrph Cfaiirrl. Tiu-sdnr. br,n, pElrty repillre(1 t0 , ,.,,,. Kzra L. Bordo Of Quebec, n popular home nn Nnrth WlnnosUI nvemm .1,r.r rtillman conductor, and Miss Louise M Norton of this city, wore married Tues day morning at St. Joseph's Church by Mgr J. M. Cloarec In the presence cf a large number of friends and rela tives, Tho brldo was attended by her sis ter, Miss Josephine Norton, as maid of nn elaborate breakfast was served, The bride received many beautiful presents, among which were pieces of cut glass, silverware, mahogany, and linen. Mr. and Mrs. Bordo left on tho morning boat for Lako George, after which they will visit Quebec, Montreal nnd the St. T.nwrencn river. Thev will honor, nnd the best man was Kugene re3,f,0 , s.,rlngncU1 MaB8. ' Bordo, brother of the groom. Tho bride woro a tan silk voile with tan hat and trimmed with blue. Sho car ried a bouquet of white roses. The . Decfcess Cannot bo Cared by local applications, as they cannot reach the tnoecsMl portion of the car, There is only ona way to cure ueamess . aim inai is vy consilium tlonal remedies. Deafness is canned by an In- INCREASE IN GRA1JD LIST. Flgucrs Are Sin.SDSOOIt, An Compared with PM.r.l l.'CO I, nut Vrnr. The board of assessors filed Saturday with tho city clerk tho grand list for 1907. Tho total value of real estate ap praised for taxation this year Is $10,432,- 109; tho total value of personal prperty Jaxaed condition of the mucous lining of tho r- . p-p-h Eustachian Tube. When this tube getsllnnamca ls .OC,9W; 5,09. tax-able polls assessed you havo a rumbling oound or Imperfect hear- at $200 amount to $l,019,0CO, making tho lag, nnd when It la entirely closed Deafness la , ..... iib, j15WCM Thls Iho result, nnd unless the Intlaramatlon can bo ln,nl ffrana iiRt in,s.is,w.i. mis is an in taicn out and this tubo rcttorod to its normal crease of $',2H over lost year's list, most condition, hoarlng will bo destroyed foroTer; of the Increase lieJng In rwl estate, fol- hhmKbutainfld new uppralsaj last summer. jast yearn ngures wore r.'.w-v.'-i in rrcu f.hf tnnrniiR Itfirfaces. Wo win Rtvu una iiucurea uonars ror any ronn nf Deafness I pftnned hv eatarrhl thr.t can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, bend for oircuwre, uee, V. J. CnENEY & CO., Toledo, O. K b-r T)n?Fiflts. 75c. Hall's Family 1111a aro tho best. e-stnte, $3,m.l,ri2 In personal property nnd C.172 polls, tho total list being $14,S14,S2!l. Tho board (if aldermen will meet soon to ' i the tax rate, which will probably be from ISO to 1C0 cents. S NEW QUARTERS 1 FOR THE REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CO- We have located a now and larger office in rooms. '01 to 204 at 1515 '.Main Street, over tho Pease Clothing store. Hero you are welcome and we are ready to servo you. Our specialties are Farm?, Timberlands and Summer Homes Drop in and talk it over. Incidently, smoke on us. REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE CO. 153 IVIPin St., Burlington, Vt. When the convention reassembled at three o'clock Ulshcp Hall delivered his 14th annual address. Tho first part of the address was devoted to an account of tho Episcopal acts during the past year. The total number of persons confirmed was 2rtR, a larger number than In any year In the history of the dloceso save iva and lt, Bishop Blssell's llrst ye,ir and his own. Speaking of the number of candidates furnished by the diocese for orders the bishop said: 'As a diocese we havr. been sadly de ficient in providing candidates for the ministry. In 13 years and a half, I have only admitted seven Vermont men to beacon's orders nlxjut ono in every two years. (The average win be really less than this for thero arc no ordinations to the dlaeonatn In sight within three years.) One of these seven has been pre viously In the ministry of another rel! glons body. Only three of them weretons of church families. This I feel to be one of the points where my esplcopate has been a failure. I do not believe that all tho blame rests with th bishop. With never a candldato from most of our parishes, thero must be a lack of appre ciation of the dignity nnd the need of tho ministry among our people. We cannot expect (especially with tho tide of popu lation flowing the other way) to recruit our ministry entirely from outside our 1 orders. Vet this ls practically whnt we have been trying to do. Of the 34 clergy men on our nctlvo list only six are Ver-monters.'- Of tho school at Rock Point tho Bis hop said; 'The statutes of tho Vermont Epis copal Institute make It Incumbent on the bishop to report concerning Its affairs to tho diocesan convention, otherwise I should feel disposed to keep si lence, feeling that I hav paid and said repeatedly all that can be raid by me, at any rate, on the subject. Tho schools mark tho other conspicuous failure of my episcopate. Hut here again I can not take the whole blame to myself. At the Inst convention I reported that the trustees had In hnnd for tho endowment of Bishop Hopkins hall $S1,7)2 with pledges of $1,100 making a total (towards the $100,- 000 needed) of $S2,812. Almost Immediately after the convention I received a promise) of tho last $5,000. It wn hoped that this would encourage others to contribute to wards the $12,0A1 still needed, Rut so far of this only $S00,V mostly In small sums, has been given, Tho Interest nn our In vestments brings tho total In hand to $S5, 44C. Some of tho unpaid pledges must, 1 am nfnild, be now regarded ns can celled, which will reduce theo to t37 (Inclmrlng tho last $:,0n0) making our total ill hand nnd in sight $90,821.18. In conclusion tho bishop said: "During the post 12 months tho Kplsoo pnl Church In Vermont has been warned not to promote sectarian Btrlfe by seeking to establish Itself In smaller places. This was (o far ns regards our church) tho subMnnco of a report of tho Vermont In-ter-denomlnatlonol Comity committee pre. sented nt Montpeller In November, ami also a report on church federation In Ver mont published In tho first annual report (for 1906) of tho executive committee of the Intcr-churCh Conference on Federation. (Rounlon, when It comes, wo may hope will do nway with theso long and awk ward names ) This report says that tno Investigations made by the com ity committee and tinder the di rection of tho Onrneglo Instl tulo of Kcononilcs nnd Sociology con cur In tho strong Inference that while tho propogandlsm of tho Protestant Kplscopal Church In small towns Is commendable In zeal It Is of doubtful Christian worth. It has too often bred secretarial! strife." "In reply to this I desire to say on be half of tho Episcopal Church of Ver mont throe things: "First, that wo are not minded wan tonly to mnko war on or to disturb any who nro honestly eontont with what we regard as Inadequate systems of tho Christian religion lmperfrct( we honestly believe) accordlntr to the Intentions of our Lord Jesus Christ; wo nro not bent on proselytlsm; "Second, that we deem It our bounden duty to follow up ns far as possible our own peoplo In places, large or small, where they are deprived of the ministra tions of tho church to which they have a right, nnd to welcome to the orderly system nf doctrine, discipline and worship represented by the prayer book those who seek Its prlvcloKes; "Third, that our wltucs to these prln clpl (If they wcro mere preferences, we should have no right to Insist upon them) Is In tho Interest both of the maln tnlnnnee now of positive ami definite Christianity beyond tho borders of our own communion and of Christian unity In tho future. Without tho fixed stand ards for Christian belief nnd life lo which the prayer book bears witness (guaranteeing large liberty within definite limits,) It Is not too much to s-ay that Protestant Christianity would bo In a very different position from that which It now holds. Take for example two chylous point: (1) the question nf mar riage and that of divorce (I will not write or speak of the two Ihlngs ns If they were naturally connects! one with the other "Marriage nnd Divorce;") (2i the growing observance of the seasons of the Christian year, with the commemoration of tho great truths of the creed thus brought one after another before people's minds. The church standards affect intny who own no allegl nnce to her. Then we are perfectly sure that any solid and healthy reunion will be based on a recognition nf the prleipl.vs for which the rhurh stands. There fol lows the obvious duty for us all, clerg.i nnd laity, In parishes or missions, or ns Isolated representatives nf the church to be true, really trite and 1 ..vnl, In practice as In theory, to those prlelples, seeking to build up ourselves, mir moral and spiritual lives, on tho foundations of our most holy faith and thus In ourselves to adorn nnd to recommend to others the trensuros of truth and grace which we hold dear " The report of the committee on the npiscopnl fund, which was recommitted at the morning session, u.is brought back amended, and was adnpt'-d. The report of the committee on finance, which was nls- recommitted at the mori'ng session, was brought back In lb" afternoon In Its orig inal form and was adopvd. DFP1 "TIKS TO CONVITN'TION' AT RICHMOND. Tho convention t i-ned its attention late In the afternoon to the election of depu ties to the trlen: l c.v.ventlon of the Protestant Kp'scopil Church In the Uni ted States, to be held In Itlchmond, Va . next October and in the afternoon nnd evening elected the following doputles and other officers: Clerical deputies to the convention nt Richmond The Re-. W T. Forsytho it Mldillebiiry. the Hi Dr Georgo Y. Bliss of Burlington, the R..-. W. F. Weeks of Shelburne and the Rev. H. P. Io of Island Pond. Alternates, the Rev. K. X Godilard of Montpel'er, the Rev. Philip Schuyler of RennhiKton. the Rev. S. H. Watklns of Ft. Albars and tho Rev. Jo seph Reynolds of Rut'and. Lay delegates to the convention at Richmond- C P. Gils m of Rutland. Klt treilge Hnsklns of rtrnttleVmro, Fred G, Howled of Barre and H, J. Ormsbee of Brandon. Alternates, Col. H. W. Allen of Burlington and C. K. Parker of Ver gennes. the two remaining alternates will bo elected this morning. Missionary committee Tho Rev.'PhlHp Sehuyler of Bennington, the Rev. W. T. Forsythe of MMdlebury, the Rev. F. B. Le-ich of Rlehford, the Rev. Joseph Rey nolds of Rutland, C. E. Parker of Ver gennes, S. W. Hlndes of Burlington and J. X. Woodfln nf Rutland. Sunday school commission The Rev. Philip Schuyler of Bennington, the Rev. C. B. Carpenter of Brandon, the Rev. C. S. Lewis of Woodstrck. M. D. Chittenden of Fairfax, Prof. C 11 Stetson and II. H.N Ross of Rurllngton Treasurer of the diocese C. E. Parker of Vergennes. BEER RETURNED. It Wns of the Vno Vnrlety, Snlf of Which Ik I.nnfnl. An order was made Tuesday morn ing In city court by Judge Mower In the rnso ngalnst Joseph View, at whoio premises on Battery street a seizure was made several days ago. The goods seized consisted of cases of Fno beer, which Is similar to tho genuine brew ed, but which can lie sold lnwfullv. Analysis at the State laboratory proved the stuff to be Fno or beerlne, which does not contain sufficient al cohol to make Its, sale unlawful. The court's order, therefore, directed tho return of the beer nnd the receptaclea 111 which It was received. L. Marcus, who Is accused of passing a worthless check on Joseph Agel, has been plnced under $600 ball by the city court but has not yet furnished ball. The enses ngalnst Frank Roach and Walter Patrick, tho two small boys ac cused of burglary, were not prossed Tuesdny. COME AND SEE THE NEW Butterick Patterns ! Did you know that the But terick patterns are the most mo dern, most progressive, and quite the most popular patterns made to-day. Have you noticed that many old style patterns formally in high favor have hopelessly fallen off of late years and are now practically useless for up-to-date dressers. Will you let us prove to you that Buttorick patterns are far better than any others, that their style book is more complete and authoritative, that their charts ar so simplified that anyone can work with them. The new patterns are choice of all patterns we you to criticize examine compare. We are the exclusive selling agents in Burlington of these famous patterns and the Delinea tor and Dressmaker Style Books. our ask and THE BUTTERICK U8LISHING CO.'S I PATTERNS ! Everyone is a simplified work ing plan of a new style. A child can use one with per fect results, so clear does the chart accompanying each, make its use. No other pattern pub lishes a like chart. The fashions are1 better than those of the usual patterns, you can obtain many of the beati ful creations you see in the Delineator for 10 or 15c. When you call for size 34 or 36 or 38, you get that size, and not a pattern two or three sizes smaller or larger. There are no mistakes in marking the sizes. And with all these merits you pay no more for the Butterick Patterns than for the inferior sorts. These superior patterns are sold exclusively in Burlington at Clarkson's, as well as the De lineator and Dressmaker Fashion Books. MUCH LIQUOR SEIZED. Sheriff Finds All Sorts of Stuff nt WI nnoxkl Drue Store. Sheriff James II. Allen and Deputy L. W. Ravlln Monday searched the Main street pharmacy In Wlnooskl and secured ono of the biggest seizures nf liquor made in some time. The officers brought to the Jail hero four barn-Is of bottled beer, n half barrel of bottled ale, two-thirds of a case of porter, ono case of Bass ale, 3 quirt, bottles of whiskey, two kegs of wine, a half barrel half full of whiskey, a half barrel partly full of gin, a five gallon keg of rum, a live gallon keg of brandy and two demijohns and a Jug of other liquor. Latae Monday afternoon Sheriff Allen and Deputy Ravlln searched the grocery store of Joseph Pnr'.zo on Main street, Wlnooskl, and secured a barrel each of whiskey and gin and two other barrels of liquor. A JUNE WEDDING. x. A VERDICT FOR $707.16. .Tolin Glllio to Reeinrr Tlmt for Injiir- len on the Honil. Mlddlehury, Juno 18. Addison county court kept pegging nway all day to-day until 4 p. m. on tho case of John Gllbo vs. A. B. and F. M. Strong, which was begun yesterday, All tho evidence was completed be fore the noon recess and tho argu ments to tho Jury worn, made this af ternoon. R. H. Brown of Burlington led off for the plaintiff nnd was fol lowed by James 11. Donnwny of Mld dlehury nnd Frank L. Fish of Ver gennes for tho defense, Tho closing plea for tho plaintiff was made by V. A. Billiard of Burlington nnd nt four o'clock the case wns given to the Jury by Judgo Tnylor In n 2."-mlnuto charge. At 4:35 tho Jury came In with a verdict for the plaintiff to recover $704.16 dnmnges nnd his costs. The amount sued for was $6,000. DISCLOSED ON DALY. Sheriff Deportment Then Senrelieil Store til) 1 1 round Liquor. Frank Mulr, upon being arraigned In city court Saturday, charged with a second offenco of Intoxication, pleaded guilty nnd was lined SU. nnd costs of $7 95, which he paid. Being sworn to disclose, Mulr said ho purchnsod a pint of gin of T. P. Daley at the latter's Battery street drug store. Soon after tho disclosure the sher iff's department serached Daley's placo nnd found six quarts of whlskoy. Da ley was arrested and furnished ball for his appearance In city cflourt Monday. The enso against him Is being prose cuted by City Grand Juror II. B. Shaw. A case growing nut of n previous search nt Daley's Is still ponding be fore Justice J. II. Mncombor, J. ClddliigN nnd Miss Amy Ilnlli- iivrny ainrrleil nt Ilrlde'n Home. Miss Amy Harriet Hathaway, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U. Hatha way of North street, was married at her home on Saturday evening to Nnhum J. Glddlngs by tho Rev. C. W. Brown. Tho ceremony vas performed under a bell of whlto nnd green flowers, with a bnek gnund cf fe'ns. Tho bride was attired in cream silk trimmed with chiffon and applique lace. She carried a bnquet of lilies of tho val ley and nlso wore a wreath of the samo flowers. She wns nttended by Miss Grace Howard, who wore white voile over pink silk. Tho bridegroom nas ntended by Carlton Cutler, University of Vermont, 1907. Little Miss Beulnh. Hathaway, a .sister of the hrlde, was ring bearer and was dressed In white nnd blue silk. Following the weddlng-coremony a re ceptlon was held, when Miss Emma Fountain presided at the punch bowl while Miss Alice Hopkins and Miss Kathryn Coventry assisted In tho din ing room. Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway left In tho evening for a wcdlng trip of ten days, to be spent In the Whlto Moun tains. Among those from out of town present nt the wedding were Mr. nnd Mrs. A, O. Hathaway nndMrs, Harriet Hathaway of Ausable Forks, N. Y., George Laramie of Montreal, Mrs. J, C. Howells nnd daughter Mildred of Cnrtloton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bombard and Charles Bom bard of Barre and O. W. Glddlngs and son. Wesley, I Mr. and Mrs. Glddlngs will reside at . K2 Iiomls street, While Berries Are Ripe WAST TO SRLI, YOUIl FAUMt Write to tho old reliable Now Eng land Farmer for their co-operntlvo plan of selling farms. No atrents. no com missions. You deal direct with your customers. iiesi plan yet. will son them If anything will, Wrlto to-day and get full particulars. Send 10 conts for n 10 weeks' trlnl subscription to "Tho Best Farm Pnner." Address Tho New Kniclnnil Farmer, ltrutlle- uoro, Vt. IIKCF.NT IHNKHIIPTS. Tho following petitions in bankruptcy have been tiled in tho office of the clerk of the district court: John McCluro of Sheldon, boarding housekeeper, liabilities, $503; assets, $360; exempt, $300. William J. Ivers of St, Johnsbury, granlto cutter, liabilities, $212; no assets. Grafton L, Basaett of Rutland, laborer, liabilities, $12,533 61; secured claims, $3,12:, uiueoured claims, $9,011. Mj assets, $15TO, consisting of renl estate, $10,000; debts duo on open nccount, $1,201, deposits In banks nnd elsewhere, $1,100; exempt, $100. Peter Laundry, Jr., of Windsor, laborer, liabilities, $253.54; assets, $23.'.; exempt, $310. John Coombs of St. Johnsbury, laborer, liabilities, $221. SO; assets, $110; oxempt, $7u. A CAItl). Miss sears of Puiiton wishes to thank tho many subscribers of tho Frco Press who have so faithfully nnd In terestedly supported her In the Jnmcs- town contest; also for tho courtesy shown thoso who secured the votes. Very truly, 142,d&wlt FANNIE F. 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