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HAPPENINGS in VERMONT. aocal Items of Intefest g om All Parts of the Green un- tain State. & CD THE NEWS BY COUPES he Wlnnnnki Vnlley, Village t'p North From (lip Island In Hip l.nkp to the Fiissuniiisle, lniu; Olti-r I'rpcU and by (hp .shni-rs if White lHvpr Covered by Spp rlnl Correspondent ADDISON COUNTY, MTDDLF.BTIR"?. T"f n, Ivter Iltllcr, pastor of the Mc'ivd -t Church In Wcybiidgc, came to i w Thnrsil.iy aftotnnnn with a team 1 Mr I-3i.istu ItoH'nc of New Ilnven "i.i 1 k nrlly Joined him to bring some intRtoe" to Hie depot. He b-f the horse i at when tin- noon flyer e.im, In the h f.c Ik t iie rrlghte neil ami rnn In from ' th ' t n . 1 1 .mil vn" almost instantly k"l (1 'J . wagon was demolished ntul "f p into", s, altered. The hotso IV.1 .1 'l He 3 1 mi Mt g' Ml one and was valued at 111 , ('hemyi Wisell, vl low of V ' 1 of Sl.iirehatn, died .it the rrnndson. Theodore Dtlckctt, r street hnrtly hefore six '!" morning, after a pro t lii immediate cans,, of i disease of the liV-art. Mr. years ego. Mrs. W'sell old lasl Feluitarv and had of her llfi In Slxiri'h.im. She 'ins, FJsnn, I-3nierv 13. and 1 r, K- ) 1 1 'a t( 1 b il I d , n 7 ft. -1 lean s Mvf N of M Hllehnry. David nf Hrldport Ham of Cream 11111. Snorehnm. id T fi.i ril seivlet s were hi Id at ft. Man- Chit 'h a' 9:30 o'elork Wednesday nit i I' ' and Imrlal was in Khorr h.im rir fi. 11 -til of Thomas Shacke-tt. who 11 (1 (ptltt suddenly at his hum" In West 'r r w i" Oi-tober S. wax iield nt Man s Church at nine o'clock Mon Jn morning, the Rev. Father ,T. D. 31 .innon officiating, and there was a re.-J large attendance of Cornwall peo plf The .titotmcnt was In the local n'holle cemetery. Miss Adeline Myrlck, who passed the summer al her home tc, wont .ilondi" to Cream IIIII, Shore, hirni, where, according to her oustom, she will pass the winter with her sister, Mrs S. H Kellogg. Five carloads of mixed cattle, hogs, ltrep and poultry wi nt from this section to the Brighton snd N'rw York markets Mnndiy forenoon. The Hi v 1-3. .1. Duffy of Vcrgcnnes trnelud at St. .Stephen's F.plscnpal ""bur l, Sunday In place of the rector, IlK Krv W T. Foi-sythe, who Is on rhiirch business In Richmond, Vn. Frank Vitter, who some time ago sold his property In Wcybrldgc, Is Intending1 lo go to Itc Angeles, Cal., for the win ter and may locate In that State. Jasper O Fuse has returned from a two weeks- visit at his home in Lincoln. The drawing for easts for the Cen tury club's annual coarse of entertain ments took place Mnndnv afternoon and was well attended. This club will erect c fine fountain In the nnsle opposite the poMnfflee this fall. Chauncey T.. Clark of Salisbury, a former resident, Is In tow fi r a two weeks' stay with rela lives i in' local produce market was rather dull Monday and the offerings were Unlit Kkss broiiBht from 28 to Sftc ptr dozen, two cents hlcher than last we k and butter brought ".So n riund, nn Inirease of one cent on the pound. A surprise party was given Miss May Flynn at her home Monday evening and n very pleasant time was the result. jliss Flynn wllll leave soon to attend Villa Marie in Montreal. Kx. -Gov, John Vk' Stewart and ilaughter, Miss Jessie, vent .Monday to New York city. I... H Knight went Sunday night to Boston fof r two weeks business visit. l'nelalmed letters nt the postoftlee are for Miss Ida liriiwn, Miss Rose H. nurnean, Miss Renn Delphla, Miss Vln tlle Fisher, Miss I-:. I,. Clover, Miss Minnie lluyden. Miss Marguerite I'arls, Miss Jessie McFvllla,, Miss Mabel Swift V Hnir ShlvlMe, MI'S Vernle I'rlm ffse, Miss I.eolla Arnold, Miss Anna Mills Miss I.ula Klllelte, Mrs. C. If.Fost, J r Iioyn, II. II. lirown, A. K Fisher, Arthur J V"RR, A. W. Ixe, Oeorge McCahon, Charles II. Connor, Krnest Jupra .1 imr Smith, GeorRe c. Wile, W Dnnan, ltalza It. Lawrence, Iolifr Leonard, William It. Thompson, U C Thompson, IT. Waite & Son. the Rev Marcus It. Keep and the Rev. f M Snyder VERGENNES. The funeral of Mrs. Gideon Spe.ticer, vlio died I'rlday at the . rcsldunoo of Tcr daughter, Mrs. WlP'am Nluhols, rvas mid at two o'clock Sunday after noon. Thn Rev, .1. C. I'lsher officiated Mid Inlennnit was made In tho Spon (r burtlMK pround at I'anton. Irv Ins Lii of Fort Jackson, N. Y lias been vlsltlnK his brother, Mosea Lee, tin past week .Mrs, 'Williams Honors of FltchburK, Mass., Rugeno Grave- 'Ino of Pawtuekct, R. I., and Mr, and Mrs Joi pli Thiiinpsiin of Kutliuul rite i tiled hero by the serious lllnesa of their mother, Mrs. A. Gravelliie Saiah Sent-H has returned from a two months' visit to her daughter, Mrs. J, K. McLaughlin of Cnnnjoharle, N. Y. Mr, and Mra. Henry I)e:iHtnnro nnJ two elilldri n of Ilurllnirton retiirm.il homo Saturday after visiting Mr. ntul Mrs. limcrson Host wick. Mia. (ienren Devoid ioturned Sutuiday from the Marv Fletcher hosoltal. linrii - ' o wnire alio recently underwent a sur Klcal operution. Mrs, W, II. Qor- l.r..n i.,l,.. l.r.., ..D . .iuiii, n i"i in... ...Hi iinii.jii lI'lullVt'B In HennliiKtoii for Feveral weeits, ro turrii'd horno Saturday. Mr, and Mrs, I V. Woodbury, -whoso humo is n ir Hoston, are passing their honeymoon with her brother, nobert V. Hrlggs. Tho condition of Mrs. A. Grave- line whfi Vir,.. Vin vnrUnult. Ill I I. i "..w w,, uv,4t,,,n,j ,,,, io (intuit Uoorovtd. Asa Hawkins went Monday to the .Mary Fletcher hospital at Hurling ton to be operated on for appendicitis. He was accompanied by Dr. F. C. Phelps. The Ver.Tcnnes Improvement society cleared fM from Us rummage sale. Mr. anil Mrs, Carter Devoid left Monday for Jamestown, N. Y where thoy will reside. Some f.irm rs In this vicinity have already pressed this year's crop of hay and are delivering at this station at 111 per ton. The apple crop Is being liar vested ,md the reported price for lest varieties Is M.O1) per barrel. Thorn t.i Jones has cone to Rlrhfnrd for a week's vacation with his parents. Miss Lillian Kllliourne of Hrandon has been passing n few days with her sister, Miss Alice Kll'jn " er. The Iadles' Home Missionary soi lety of the Methodist Uplscopal Church met Wednesday afternoon with Miss Iena 11a v:klns.--Chester Haw kins, who has been nt the Mary Fletcher hespiul, Diirlltigton. receiving tri itment for blood poisoning, returned hum" Mon diy evening. -G. It Mct'uen and George Young went Monday to Rutland, where they will erc as petit Jurors In 1. S. district court. Miss Martha Miller has returnert from the Mary Fletcher hospi tal. nurUngtiui. wheie she recently vmder wei.t an operation for appendicitis. Miss Mary C. Anihlo. who has been visiting Mil's M.tbel (loodreau of Mlddlebury, re turned home S-itunlny. Charles Wallers, who Is employed bv Fred Norton on the O. F. O. Klmhnll farm, went to the meadow Tues-dny tnortilng to (ntch the horses, Not re turning as usual. Mr. Norton M'ent In search of him and found him iincnti sclons caused liy bclnr? kliked over the left eye by a horse. He was tfiken ti the house and doelors summoned to dresi his wound. Walters was resting I'omfortalil v last evening. K. 12. Thomas of Wlnooskl has taken a posi tion tn 11 li Slink's nn at market. Dr. Frank Preston of Greene, N. Y.. Is visiting his mother. .Mrs. John Pres ton. W. J. Strong has sold the Allen Perkins place on the Monition road In I-Vrrlnbiirfjli to Allen llurroiighs. who bus lukcn possession. Mr. anil Mr. Sidney Lee and three children of Lewis Center are the quests of Mr. mid Mrs. Harry lllood. Mr. and .Mrs. 13. W. Gilletto of lliirlliigton visited their son, George, Tuesday. Mr. and Mis. John R. Torrey ami two children, who have been visiting hl patents, Mr. and Mrs. 12. S. Torrey, returned Tuesday to North Ablngton, Mas. Mr. and Mrs. 1!. S. Goodale have re turned from nn extended visit In Al burgh and Canada.- -Mr. and .Mrs. Dar win AdunP. left Tuesday for Noith Abington after a two weeks' visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Adam". The ladles of the Methodist ICplsco pal Church will serve a hlcken pie supper Tuesday evening, October 22. BRISTOL. Fred G. Wrisht Is at home frorn Castleton, N. Y. Forty cents a bii'he! Ir being paid for potatoes for shipping Hutter was 32 cents a pound, and eggs : . cents a dozen here Saturdav. Mr--. M. I. Thomns and Miss Nina K. Thomas of Grand Rapids, Mich., were In Bur lington Friday Twnty-slx members of the uutlook club met with Mrs. Unircncc Frld ty evening to partake of the "plantation supper." Four little dark les, the special property of the club, waited upon the tables, and assisted In the entertainment, whh h consisted of music, r'-idlngs find plantation songs. Miss Jane Daltonf Monkton was In town Saturday, Patrick O'Nell was re ported Saturday as falling fast N, D. Rlssoni'fte of the llrlstol Manufacturing company was In town over Sunday. A. V. ICddy's new barn on Hillside avenue Is nearly completed, nlso Joseph Iyevurn's residence on West street. W. 13 Laurence has been calltd to Vcrgenncs bv the dm gcroiiK illness of his mother, Mrs. L. L. Iyiurence. No. 1 apples bring SI a barrel m this market, with an average crop to draw from. Martin A. Rider has gone to Mid dltibury, where he lias a situ-Hlon In tha ofllce of the Or. en Mountain Pulp com pany. Mr. and Mrs. George Darl ng of Marshnlltown, Iowa, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Small. Mrs. Darling will be temembereil as May Sherman, .i former teacher In the graded s-hoo. W. A. Uiwrenee went to Montpellei Tues day to attend the annual meeting of the Mutuul Fire Insurance company. Mrs, L. O. Chupln Is visiting In Ilurbugton. -Mrs. Hnnnah Ncedliam of Ilurlington is vltlnp relatives In town. K. W Sml'h was In Burlington Monday and Tuesday. Hoy J. Oaks was In Burlington Tues day, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Curtis have re lllrned to Montpelier. William Allen has moved his family Into the O'Nell tenement on South street. Mrs. Hinnah Neeilham, who hits been vlsltltig Mr. and Mrs. F. 1-3. Manum. went to Boston Wri nesday Letters unclaimed In tho Bristol pcHtofflee October 14 aro for Charlei Brown, Joseph J. King, A. McKenr.Ie, Louis Pecor. -Mr. and Mrs. f-3, B. Patterfon expect to go to Oregon and other points, on the Pacific coast In a few weeks lor the winter. W, A, Lawrence will pnss the winter In Cali fornia. M. S. Vilas and K. C. Mower of Burlington with survevors were .n town Wednesday to make surveys on the farm row In the iiirts In a suit between Belka nnd Martin. The school' closed Wednesday until Monday, to give the teachers an opportunity to attend the convention t Burlington. Roy J. Oaks has entered the employ of W. II. Cardell as delivery clerk.-W. 13. Laurence Is at h'une from Vergennes, where hewasealled by the lllress of his mother. Mrs. Frtui' es Hatch nnd Mrs, Lucy Jacobs have been appointed delegates from Onawa Idg.- of Rebekahs. to the district meeting in irutllngton. October 31. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Alger have been visit ing relatives In Huntington this week. Robert Quintan and Warner Sheldon went to Boston Wednesday on the excursion. HANCOCK. L. J. Robinson had n horse die Mon day, The strange thing about It was the horse was taken Hick In Doer Hol low am! broke out of the barn sumo time In Ibo night and enin to Ilnncoek. o"er seven miles, ami was found dead the next mornlnir In tho mill yard, where ho had drawn Ioith a Rreat many times. It seems the old fellow could stand Deer Holliuv to live timl work In, but would get out to die. Allen and Edna Manning of Itlpton visited nt John Duttlu's Sun Uuy. Tho Ollvo Branch will meet with Mrs. Alice Leonard October 23. Mer- rltt Bobbins, the old hunter, In Iti Maine on a hiintltiK and trapping ex pedition, MltH Mary Flint and daugh ter of South Royulton have visited her futhur, Henry Howe, this, week. Mary Welch and Alllo Goodnoe were very quietly married October 10 tit tho bride's l(omo by tho Rev. Mr. Watson of Rochester. William Fndden nnd bride, of Brandon were guests of his BURLINGTON. sister, Mrs, Charllo Blair, over .Sun day. George B. Fnrr Is having his house repaired nnd Is putting on n Dutch roof. Mrs. Amos Phelps of Wells lllver visited his sister, Mrs, George Taylor, Jr., this week. NEW HAVEN. Mrs. Herbert Hoffnngle of Tlconderoga, N Y., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, James Wilson. -Mra. Sarah Wilson Is s-topplng with Mrs. J. o. Bottom for a few days. F, 13. Rowley and Henry Dlmmnck were nt home from Isle I'i Motte over Sunday, Gejrge Swcr.or has gone to New Hampshire, wherp he has empl"-ment. F. 12. Little Is suffering with a severe nttack of -'leum I'iruu. J. F. lion-ley of Rutland passed Sunday wjth h's parent. Mr nnd Mrs. F. 12. Rowley. Mrs. Brown and son of Boston are guests of Mr, ntul Mrs. I, J. l-3vet est, Miss Jennie Mickey of Butllug'ton was with her mint, Mrs. Sarah Fcnmlng, over Sunday, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Benson returned Saturday from a two weeks' veddlng tour. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wright re turned .Saturday from a visit In the West. CORNWALL. Word comes from Fort Collins, Colo., of the .sudden death there of Judson Bris tol, formerly of Vergennes. His wife was Alice Foote, daughter of the ale Jnretl Footo of this ton. Mrs. Minerva San ford si ems lo be railing fast and Is again confined tn the bed. Mrs. M. S. Keeler Is very feeble and Is a -jieit "iifTerer. Miss Alice Benedict or Hyde Park Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Ne.l Mathewr. Frank Wrnry lias the foundation completed fur the harn he hopes to erect this fall in the place of the one destroyed by light ning. The Rev. c. II. C hapln of New Salem. Mass.. win p.r.. ,h , rongrcnatlonnl Church Sunday ps a candid ite. A fine well reception was given the Rev. S. II. Barrum and l unlly at the home of Mr. and Mis. c. 11. Jmncs Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. II.. my llighu-r are the pirents of a .von hnrn October R Mrs. Harry Trask of Kewunee. III., s visiting her sisters, Mrs. c R. Wlthetill nnd Mr. W. II. Bingham, and many old friends. Mrs. Trask Is remembered as M'ss Agnes Stowi'll, daughter of the late Col. 13. S. Slow 11. Mrs. s. n. B.irnnm. two daugh ters and son. kl't Tuei1av f,ir their new home hi Jericho Center Mr BarMim go ing bv ei triage Wednesd,-,-. SOUTH STARKSBOrzO. Jennie Not ton died Sunday night at I .tames uwiie w, i scaur' rc-ei, .ig, ,l about "0 years. The other scarlet fever patients are ge't'ng better and there no new cases. Dogs have killed and Injured sheep belonging to D. H. Orvls. The -e-lectmei have been notlfl. d. -I3x-Senattir Ijiwence g.ue a dinner Siturday at the Br.stol House In honor of Dr. S. S.. Dr. W. 1 1. and George K. Gr"en of Buffalo, N. Y. Other gnosis were their sisters, Mrs. Altnlin Prlndle or New Yorlt Mw Mary Young and nn, Robert, of this place, Mr. and Mrs. w. W. Rider. Mis. Mar Page, Mr. and Mrs. John Orvls of Bristol. It was a very enjoyable affair. Byron Hurlburt and daughter passed Sunday with relatives In I linesburgh. Dr. S. S. Green left Monday for his home In Buffalo. Dr. Young's children. Miss Ruth and Gordon, accompanied h'm an I will visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, before going to Minneapolis, which will tie their future home Mi-s Coral Hurlburt Is quite III and her school Is closed for the present. Mrs. Almlri Prlndle left Monday foy her home in New York. Dr. W D. nnd G. K. Green left Saturday for RutTaln, N. Y. ORWELL. G. M. Wright of New York city Is In town. Tho Rev. J. C. Williams attended the funeral of Mrs. Peter Iipidl In Shore ham Thur.-day. Mrs. La Mcrcure was In Swanton last week, it delegate to the State convention. Y. P. S. C. K. Mrs. D. W. 'lark has returned from Bennington, ftheie she went as D. A. R. delegate. Mrs. F. W. McK'bbon Is In Derby. -C. L. Hammond, who has commenced to build t barn, returmd Friday from Castleton with pome ;i he-id of young grade Hoi stein cows sold by him one year ago after the burning of his barn. The guests hnvo nearly all gone from I-lagle Inn. Mr. Kim ball will soon go to North Carolina for the winter. The house will be In the ihirge of D. Leonard. Miss Iaura Jones of Tlconderoga, N, Y,, Is called here by the poor health of her mother. C. M. Lewis Is ill. R. F. White will soon move to the Cutting residence In the north part of the town for the winter. WEST BRIDPORT. Mrs. 1-3. T. Colburn is In New York State on a visit. About r.0 friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ieck gathered at their home Thursday evening to celebrate their .10th marriage anniversary, Miss Kdyth Ingalls Is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. A. Dnkett. Raymond Fitch of Saxtons River passed Sunday In town, Mr. and Mrs. IClhla Frost have returned from their wedding trip, Miss Gertie Colburn entertnlned friends Friday evening. WEYBRIDGE. The Ladies' Aid of tho Methodist Chinch will give a harvest supper at the church parlors Friday evening, October Kr nest Ktitrtevant was the guest of his pir. entr. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Stiirtevant, over Sunday. L. B. Dodge visited his sons at Proetoi and West Rutland S.ttur da and attend' d the funeral of a cousin, at Plttsford Sunday. -Miss Verna Childs his gone to Providence, R, i., for th,. Inter, ADDISON. Mrs. D.tna (Cl.uk) Sheflleld of Bingham ton, N. Y., Is tho guest of her mother and other relatives. The men ale In h..M oyster supper anil havu an entertainment in me cnuroh Tuesday evening, October 22.- Mr. and Mts. Phllo hluiei went to Ferrlsburgh Sunday to attend the funeral of Mis. Gideon Spene.ir, a relative. Miss C'.rlstlne Bacon nf Waltlmtu was th" guest of Clara Clark over Sunday. Miss Chllstlne Bacon of Waltlmnt ww of the Castleton normal school are pass ing a f'-w days at heme. MON'-ITCN RIDGE, Soiihla Shepard Is vlsltlntr In liiiti.a and Lincoln. -The Willing Wot ken, will meet wllll .Mrs. (ieoisre Htllson Fililm. ut two o'clock to tie a miff ,r,.,. n,.. sale. A number from this place attended" the quartet ly ineeiing nt Fei rlsbiitgh Suutlay, EAST MIDDLEBURY. Miss Maysell Doollu of Mlddlubiiry Visited Miss Genevieve lllmer over Hun tlny. R. C. Boardmun atlcndetl the Gnmd Lodge, I. O. (1. T at Marshlleld na delegiile from Cold Spring Lodge. The Misses Sears, Brody and Adams of Miiinieiiury college were recent guests of Alias Mabel ilouidman. VT., THURSDAY, MONKTON. Mrs. Helen Bn?s and grandchildren of Proctor ie visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Ladd. Mrs. D. 13. Meeeh was In Bristol Monday. The Ladles' Aid will meet with Mrs. K, Lnmb at ICast Monk fon October 24 for dinner. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Brown of Burlington are guests nt Mr. and Mrs J. K. lvutd. Mrs. Harry Vancelette Is In poor health. D. p. Me ICntee wan In Bristol Monday. Currol Comstock of Proctor Is In town. SALISBURY Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Nelon of New York city a-- parents or n daughter 1mm Fundny. LINCOLN. The Lndl'"' Sid society met Wed nesday n fierce m. Mr. and Mrs. James Moody vlflted their ton In Warren the last part of tie w-ek. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Morgan irvl daughter, Mildred, and Mrs. Carrie piriinm nnd daughter, Ruth, visited In Wren Saturday. Mr. and ."Irs. Arland Muiray eplt't to go to N'ew Sulrtn, M s.. to reside as .soon us their home hi r, N completed. BRIDPORT. Mr. nnd X Salisbury pas mother, Mrs I1 ill. Mrs. D. F her trip to .Vn . meeting of thi i gregntionnl Clnii were elected Walker; vlce-p" secretary ind Mr, and Mrs ' 'mm their .". Y. Mr. am. at Fort Edw.i,'!. Albert Kingp'land of I Sunday with their rem KJngslnnd, who Is Bice hns returned from 'hiisetls. At the annual dies society of the Con- h. the f-illnwing offleeri President. Mrs. G. It. -.Ident, Mrs. ( 1. S. Glhbs; at'Urer. Mrs. D. -3. Hire. A. Pratt have returned o Auburn and A lb my. Irs. M. T. Wolcott are .N. Y. FERRISBURGH. The Itenrv family of Loiir point opened a we-k enR-ngement at the town hall Mr.nd ty evenltif- with a fair heiise. Chestei Hawkins tame home from the tiespitnl Monday. Charles Collins visit" il In Burlington Sundav. ; C. A. Chapi-.i.n'. .Mrs. Louise Tapper. Mrs J Dr.ny.n. Mrs. F. Flsk, Mrs. S. Preston, .Mrs c. Hawkins, Miss Rose Dulilike, Mf- ' Ida Ripley, were In HurllitRlou Mi nd.iv. SHOREHAM. .MiM" Jennie L Wedne-'day (1. ' tl.e home of h. t to George 13. I' ceremony wns ,i Mr. Harris of ! or a few relative they will make Dr. C. W. iv Medical t-oc!itv bury last .-k returned fioin e Ilnglon. The Moravian C Moore Tuesd den Is at hon-e f hospital, Burling went an operatli Mrs. c w. rr- for a tew days' Holmei was married '' at two o'clock at father, R. II. Holmes, ihi of Bildpoit. The rfnimed by the Rev. idport In Uie ptesenee After a wedding trip, Mr home In Hrldport. r,l it tended the State etetlng In St. Johns- Mr.-. B. W. Hall has w ilavs' visit in Bur- ib met with Mrs. J -.Mrs Henry Bel. a the Mary '"eib her , wheie she under ' i fi'iv weeks ago. Is in N"v Haven vlflt. The Rev. Mr. Slocum of Lewis N. Y , preached at the Congrogatlnnnl church Sunday, Miss Ives of TIeonil of Miss lOllznbeth N ham of Sudbury wa TI. W. Jones un Tuesday. fn Is the guest i th. K. II. Farn- ii town Monday. In Mlddlebury LEICESTER. Mrs. Kate Dodge.. il o lias pas-Mil' Hi" summer with her bt.'tlu r, Horace Smith, at tho old homestead, lias return"! to her home In San Diego, i'.l, accompanied by Mrs. Unities, who 1ms also passed the summer here. Robi 't Oliver's little daughter, who has bf. i seriously III with bronchial trouble, Is much better. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Chat let John son October S. Mr. ntl Mrs. G.otge Ien- neitt gave a reception at their home, "Sunny Side," Mond.i evening, in honor of the Rev. Wilson !' Stewart, who has been justor of the Co- ..-relational Church for five weeks. A literary program was enrrled out and il.ilnt;. refteshnients were served. Mr. Stewtirt has been a great help In reorganizing mrdi and Sunday school. The last meet.-.g was held Tues day evening. It is ex, . -tid that the Rev. Mr, Gnodheart of Wh'l'ng will supply at the church for the pre-eut. WHITING Miss I311ii Ketchum a. is gone to Swam scot, Mass., to v.'it Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. Matten. Mrs. David I.rown Is In Mont clair, N. J., the guesi of Mr. and Mrs. Swalne. Miss Virginia Derby of Poult ney Is the gniest of her uncles, V, C. and C. Kelsey. Miss Florence Williams was at home from Rutland over Sunday. -Arthur Hendry of Brand in wns In town Tuesday. The Grantee meeting Tuesday evening passe! wr' pleasantly, 130 being present. -Arthur Pond of Brandon was n town Monday and I'tiesday. A win was horn to Mr. and Mrs Pied Daniels October fi. and on to Mr and Mrs. An tolne Sharkey Octjber ;. CALEDONIA COUNTY. HARD WICK. The Rev. J. W DleUrr-on of Tiver ton, R. I., hn.s been engaged as pas tor of the Baptist Church and ser vices were r-Mimed there Sun day. Mr. mid Mrs. Carroll Letch of Beth' I visited In town over Sunday, A. J- Brown hits resign ed his position 111 the office of the Woodbury Ginnlle company to accept a more lucrative one at Now- Haven, Conn, lie will no there tblu u'm.ii The Rev. 12. 1". Newell, the nov pas tor or the .Meinoinsi i-anrch, begun his duties Sunday. Mr. Newell .in. I family are being entet I .. I n .., t j r. Muck's for a few days.--Bernard Mul cahy has gone to Boston to inter Bos ton tut verPH " il- iviientlny bus 'trc-hased the V. J. Fnrr fiirm. Tho KchooN will not be in session Thurs ilay and Friday on net mint of the State teachers' nn-otlug in Burllnntoti. - -Mrs. I. "T. Gber has gone to the Funny Allen hospital, Burlington, wnere site will receive treatment. Mr. ami Mrs. C F. Das mo in Bel lows Fulls to attend tho wedding; of Mrs. Dnvls'H sister this uf tiirtioon. They will visit In Huston and New Ygrk before their return. -Mrs, w. A. Alwtdl ami 1 wo children nave gone to Brandon, where they will reside. Mr. AUvell has been there for xomo time. ST. JOKNSBURY. A Flee l'rcss subscriber read In Tucs t. y's paper of the drowning of John Meilleur of tills town ami wus t(lu Cuutlnurd Slid I'aice.) OCTOBER 17, 1907. FEARS L OF IDENTITY Vermont Bible Society Rejects Proposal to Employ a Joint Secretary L 0. SHERBURNE IS CHOSEN Proposition to Ilnir Field "errelnry of Mllllilny .School Asvnetatlnn Soel etj's Fleltl A gen I 0iiosed nt P5(lt Annual Merllnix Voti ernblr I'rrs. Ite-eleeteil. .Mentpelier. Oct IC The '.i",;ii annual meeting of the Vermont Bible society was held this afternoon In t'.eii V. M. C A. moms In this city, the Rev. A. L. Cooper of Randolph, the venerable head of the society, presiding. The reports or the recording secretary and treasurer wr" read und accepted The report of 11. A. Sliiytott of Morrlsvllle. the treasur er, showed the total receipts of the .so ciety for the past year to have been 371!."'! and the expenditures 1,!J0.6I, leav ing a balance on hand of sr.ri.72. Tin proK)Sitlon to employ the Rev. 13. M. Fuller of Burlington, Meld secretary or the rft.-.te Sunday School association, as corresponding secretary and agent of the Bible society, ptactlcally Joining the Work or the two societies, was discussed nt length and a mnjorltv of the members present were unn't-r.tbly opposed to su-h a movement by which the Vermont Bible society would lose Its identity. The proposition was ah .idoiird. It was thought however, r"lmt the work ..f ran. vnssltig the State for Bible and Sunday i linol statistics might he combined. The seitetary of the Vermont Bibb- society was Insti noted to cot respond with the secretary of the State Sunday School association to see if a Joint . anvass of the State was reaslble. I-3LI3CT10.V OF OFFICERS. The following officer.' were elected tor the ensuing year: President, the II' v. A. !,. Cooper of Randolph; vice preshlentr, th,. Rev. W. A. Davison of Burlington, the Rev. L. F. Reed of Montpelier; eorieionillng secretory and agent, the R,.v. L. o S.ierhurtie or Bellows Falls, recording secretary, the Rev. W. S. Stnltheis ot .Montpel ler, treasurer, II. A. Slayton or Mor rlsvllle; auditor, Henry Walt of Mor rlsvllle; directors. the Rev. F.. A. Bishop nr..: thu Dev. A. J. Hough of .Montpelier, the Rev. F. A. Poole, Dr. O. G. Stlckney ami the Rev. W. C. Mc Inlyre of Barre, tne Rev. F. 11. Kel logg of Waterbury, the Rev. R. F. Lowe of St. Albans. II. J. Slayton of Morrlsvllle and D. M. Camp of New port. The anniversary exerels. s of the society will be held nt Wat.jrbury Sunday, October 27. In the morning1 the Rev. W. A. Davison of Burlligton will preach the anniversary sermon and In the evening a memorial service for the Rev. L. n. Klllott or Water bury, for more than n quarter of a century the corresponding: secretary and agent, will be held, at which the Bey. C. II. Merrill of St. .Tolmsbury will deliver a memorial address. THE SUPREME COURT REVERSED JUDGMENTS. .11 ran I ng of l)oK Running -41 l.ttrgr" and of "Wood" Frriiiienled by Deer, Moonc Unit CHrlliou" Settled. .iiuiii prurr, uci. lii. supreme court went In for an hmir this morning. No opinions were handed down but entries were ordered In several cases previously heard. After the calling of the docket Chief Judge Row-ell announced that the court might not go In again this term and Instructed the clerk to make up his rec ords that the term closes next Friday morning. An entry was ordered in the two Wash ington county cases of A. ZonnottI vs. Henry Holies and State vs. A. Zonnottl In the first case tho defendant shot, last summer, a hound belonging to tho plain tiff when he discovered the dog hal a deer In the comer of a pasture fence and was worrying It. The plaintiff sued Bolle.s for the value of his hound and in Bane city court a Judgment wns rendered for the defendant. Supreme court has re versed this judgment and gives Judgment for the plaintiff to recover IM for the value of his hound, nnd his costs. In tha companion ease of State ws, Zonnottl the respondent was lined Hi nnd costs in Barre city court for being adjudged guilty of allowing his dog to nut at large hi woods frequented by ceer, moose mid caribou. Supteine lourt reversed the de cision of the Barre city court nnd gave Judgment t Jin t the lespo, ident was not guilty and orderiil that he be allowed to go without day. He has been out on ball since his case was carried to the s-uprcmo court. State's Attorney Gates has a dozen or more cases of this kind that were held up pending a decision of supreme court In the Zonnattl case. Tito de cision In that case Is, In substance, that because a do-; gets out of sight of or beyond control of Its owner while he Is limiting: In the woods, the animal Is not "nt large" within the meaning of the statute. Zonattl wna hunting- rabbits with his hound when tiie dog espied a deer and chased it. He was arrested and adjudged guilty In Banc city court of allowing Ills dog to run nt InvKn In woods fro iliiented by deer, lyoose nnd caribou. Supreme court says he wna not guilty. Slate Fish 111111 Game CoiiHiilsslotier riiomas was much interested In the decision In tills case, as on it depends the result of numerous similar pros ecutions. OTIU2R 12NTBI13S ORDI3RI-2D. Kntllea weru also ordered In the follow. lug cases: Dennis Gilmore v. 12, M. Houston, from Franklin county, setllcd and dis continued without coals. H. A. Hatch, apt,, vs. tho estate of Otitnge Meynoldu, an appeal ft cm tha commissioners, from I.imollln county, Judgment of tho county court affirmed , nnd ordered certified to probate court. Adelard Thlbaiilt vs. tho Connecticut Vnlley Lumber Cn npts., from 12ssex county, Judgment of the county court af firmed and cause remanded. J. C. Gldd'ngs, apt., vs. W. D. lyick wood, from Windsor county, exceptions waived, nnd Judgment nf county court affirmed without costs. Newell C. AVrlght, vs. A. C. Templeton, false Imprisonment, from Washlngfon county, Judgment of the county court nfflrmnl. Moses Fertel vs, George Peck, from Washington county, Judgment of the county court nfflrmed. M. D. Welln vs. F, O. I.nmberlon and L. 1-2. May, trustee, from Washington county, settled nnd discontinued without costs. Panic Dingwall vs. Lnpnn Hunt, from Washington county, decree of county court affirmed and cause re manded Francis Batehelder & Co. vs. Hiram B. Wedge. replevin, from Washington c-iunty. judgment of the county coutt af. firmed. D. B. "mtth and others vs. John Rynn nnd others from Washington county. Judgment of the county court affirmed. MEETING OF VERMONT MUTUAL FERE INS. CO. MortpM'i -. Oct. Ifi, -The Slst annual meeting nr tbe stockholders nnd directors of the Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance company was held this afternoon nt the home office. The financial report or the compnnj for the year ending August 1. 1''07. l-ow- the total receipts to have been $i"..'.. :a! H, mil the total expenditures non.osn.w. bevlns- a balance on hand or J2.M'.12l.fr' The annual ' per cent, assess ment enve.-s all losses -Mid expenses rnr the ve-ir. At n niet,ng of the stockholders the following d tectorp were ected for the ensuiny vi-n: Washington county, George O. Strnttor.. James T. Pnbln. W. T. Dewey, L. D. Tnft, George Brlg-rs; Addi son eo'tntv. J F.. Weeks; Bennington. J. It. Judson: Caledonia, K. T. Ide; Cht tentleti, David Marvin; Kssex, G. s. Robinson: Taiiklin. L. B. Hunt; Grand Isle, II W Marvin; Lamoille, T. C. Cheney: Oinnge. J. K. Lynd"; Orleans, J .N. Webster; Rntlnnd, H. L. Clnrk: Wirdhnm, .1 L. Martin: Windsor, Y. Stieknej At a Mibserpien meeting of th" direc tors the rello In-; officers were fleeted for the enM.ln - yen : George O. Stratton, president: T. c. Cheney, vlco-pi esldent: James T Pnbln. secretary; William T. Dewey, tteTsitrer. The executive com mittee will be made up nf the president, vlce-presldo-it, I.. D. Taft and George Brfggs. CNION MFTCAL'S MRHTING. The 32nd annual meeting of the policy holders of the I'nlnn Mutual Fire Insur ance company was also held nt the home ofllce in th.s city this afternoon. The annual statement of the company for the year ending July 31 last shows an in crease In insurance In force of Jiir.,40l.'i7. Th-.. iasnrar.ee n force Is J2t.ira.I02.37. ' ,.,.1 ,!., ci.i-.iinu is t7i r.n vt The old board of directors and officers were re-elected as follows- Directors, J. W. Brock, A. D Farwell, J. H. Renter, !!. W. Kemp. Fred Blanchard. R. B. Denny. F. A. Ilow-Uind. D. D. Hemenway. T. Hoxle Hall. G. M. 1 -.implx'!!, 1-3. Henry Powell. F. D. Hale. 11. F. Brigham, H. M McFarland, C. S. !3:nery, J. N. Woodlln, F. G. Field The officers are James W. Brock, president: 11. F Hrig'iam. v ce-presldent; II. W. Kemp, secretary and treasurer R. B. Denn, assistant secretary. MOTHER HELD PENDING AUTOPSY ON HER CHDLD. Mo -rlsvllle. Oct. le-State's Attorney Trniv of Johnson and Dr. B. H. Stone, director of the State lalxiratory at Bur lington went, to Klmoi" to-day to In vestlgate the death of the infant child of H. C. and Mary Moore, who lived for a short time In the Pleasant Valley neighborhood. The husband and wlf' separateil and their child, aged three and one-half months, died September 1C after un Illness of two weeks. Suspicious clr cumstances led to a complaint being made against the woman and the State's attorney and selectmen ordered an In vestigation. Mrs. Moore Is held pending the outcome of the nutopsy. portions of the baby's body being taken to Burling ton for examination as to the cause of death. BODY OF FREDERICKS COMES TO BURLINGTON. Bennington, Oct. 1(1. The remains nf Charles N, Fredericks, who was found dead In a little building .it Bennington Falls, will be taken to Burlington to morrow for interment nt Green Mount cemetery. According to the physician who assisted the authorities In their ex amination, Frederlcks's death was caused by an ovsrdoso of a prescription contain ing chnrnl ljdrate. In the dead man's pocket was found a memorandum book Hint on the fly leaf was his name, "Charles. N. Fredericks, care of Dr. B. T. Andrews, superintendent M. F. hospital, Burlington, Vt." His s-Ihter. who came here from Shafts bury to-day, made arrangements for the disposal of the romains, stated that Fred ericks was a native of Burlington and that Superintendent Andrews had the care of funds left her brother from his mother's estate. HOMEOPATHS CHOOSE OFFICERS NEXT MAY. Montpelier, Oct. 16 The fotll si nil-annual meeting of the Vermont Home opathic Medical society was held this af ternoon In the parlors of the Pavilion Hotel. Dr. A F. -Moore of Woodstock gave a bit of personal expeilence, Dr. S. H. Sparhawk of St. Johnshury spoke on "Homeopathy vs. Pathology." Dr. D. C. Noble of Mlddlebury guve a report of the American Institute meeting at Jutnestowu. Dr. W, 1-2. Iocke of Brad ford, the president, spoke of recent ex periences with gripim and Its seijuaelae and Dr, F, H. Davis of Lyiulonvllle tend u paper on pneumonia. All of these papers were followed by discussion, On motion of Dr, F. B2. Steele of Montpelier, It was unanimously voted to endorse the homeopathic pharmacopoeia of the Uni ted States as prepared and adopted by the American Institute of Homeopathy as the stondnrd of authority In the pre paration of homeopathlo medicine. The annual meeting of this society will be held ut Montpelier next May, when of fice! s will be elected. NUxMBER 10. I VOTE ON 286,731 SHARES. Injunction against E. H. Harri man Modified and Mado Per manent. BOTH SIDES CLAIM VICTORY, Court's etlon Gives Fish !t Hnndlem of 2S(j,7:i Voten In To-ilny' Meet ing (,r Illinois Central A nnd llli-tip of I'liivir, iii,4r, fbe Vntltii; t'ueertulii. Chicago, On. l.-.-ll. H, Hnrrlmm wn. to-day, by an order of -nun, d. prive,J of the voting power or 2-(!.731 shares it Illinois Central In the annual meeting of that railroad company which opens t noon to-morrow. The order or the court wis pra-tleally Identlc il with the nr .i -Mention ask,d by the a"orneys for M Herrlmnn. Both .(1c-. einlm a v ."or- , Mr. Fish because of the enjoined nni which win rot be rffe tlve ,,t the clr-'nm and Mi H;irrlunn -aue his modlllr Hon- was so -nred. The shitres of -Irel; qlei) out ere thoso hi Id by the ITnlon Pacitb Rellway mm. peny. the Railroad Securities eompnnj of New ,lerey ntul the Mutunl Life Insur ance ccunpany or New York. agalnt which .1 temporary Injunction was yes. terday Issued by ,Iud;e Hall In t' 1 superior court. Mr. Fish ye.-terdnv asked ihit ' 1 voting or these sh ires be enjoined Th court to-dav nrtei extensive argument hy the attorneys of both sides, modlfiril the Injunction bv permitting the s'.ares to be otrd under the com'lloii at 'f any one or )he.i shines rhould have a. decisive erfect on any vote take" 'ho entire vote l t''en to he null ar.d void. In other worls Mr. Fish Is gi-en hy th'i court a handicap of "15.731 votes, and in order to defeat him on tiny motion or resolution which c.ime before the .'.nnuil meeting. Mr. Hnrriman md his frend must cast 251,732 votes more than nro cast hy Mr. Fish and his followers. The total outstanding rhures of the II. llnols Centril number f"Aoi. Counting out tiie shares affeetd by Judge I1-U"s decision to day, t ie total effective voto is shares. Baced upon prev ivii meetings of the Illinois c entral railroad the estimate Is made thnt approximately 100,000 shares will net be voted. This. In the opinion of t.-ie attorneys In the case, will leave n proba ,e representat.on of W3.'V.9 shares nt the meeting. The de Islon of Judge Ball was grant ed after the attnrnes for Mr. Harrl man and Mr. Fish had filled the day with arguments, and was the rsult or an agreement reached between Thos. Nelson Cromwell, representing Mr. Hnr riman. and Judge Farrar, of New Or leans,' who aeted for Mr. Fish. At the conclusion of the arguments Judge Ball said; "I believe that 1 will have to modify the Injunction. I suggest that the 11. trrneys confer hnd -ee lr some agree ment cannot be reached." Judge Farrar and Mr. Cronrwell ret rt 1 to the ehamWs or Judge Ball. Judge, Farrar suggested that ever)- possible ef fort be made to sec-tiro nn orderly and d,g nltled meeting, and declared that Mr Fish w-as willing to agree to a modifb-nt on .f fan Injunction provided that a commute,) of thrte should be appointed to roort upon the proxies. This was agreed to . Mr. Cromwell and a stipulation to that effect was Incorporated In the order of Judge Ball. Of this committee :Ii- Hnr riman Is to sele.-t one, Mr. Fish another and the two a third. The commlhe.- w- 'I make its report to the stockholders. The rourt also directed thit the pro ceedings of to-lay shall not prejudice any proceedings that may be eommenc J hereafter by either party. As the matter stands ti night but 1 sides believe that victory is in their grasp. Both assert that they hold th.j greater number of proxies, but the actual facts cannot be guessed. It Is admlttel by the attorneys on both sides thnt m.viv stockholders have Issued duplicate ant even triplicate proxies, nnd as the pnixv or lutes' date Is effective t.clther si 'o knows exactly where It stands. Nelth r will give out figures, Mr. Hnrr'mnn arrived In the city to-dav but did not attend the court proceedings. Mr. Fish was in court all day. RAILROAD'S MEDICAL EXPERT SUITED SAVAGE. Rutland. Oct. Hi. The defendant's side of the case was reached In fed oral court hero to-day In tho trial of tne $20,000-negllgence suit of Sav.i vs. the Rutland railroad. Tin- rail road put on the witness stand Dr James Jackson Putnam of Boston, wh 1 has for 32 years been connected v'lh the MassachusettH General hospli i", und for ten years hns held the chair of professor of nervous diseases at Harvard Medical College He ex nmlned the plaintiff In the case hero October fl und to-day told In detail the result of this examination. He ngreed with physicians Introduced by the plaintiffs counsel that Mr. Savage wus suffeilng from traumatic neuras thenia. Although he differed on some points In evidence given by physicians for the other side. The plaintiff ex pressed himself as well satisfied with tiie testimony of the expert ino.llcul man. The case Is nttraetlng much more Interest I hnn nny accident case tried here tn some years. A number o prominent business men were on thn stand In -Mr. Savage's behalf to-day GA.MI-3 WARDKN 1.12 ACH RF.S1GNS, St. Albans, Oct. 15. N, 1'. Leach ot Shel don lias tendered his resignation ics fish, and gnnin warden of Franklin county ti tako effect at once. Mr. Leach, who 1.4 an ardent spottsuiMu, leaves with Mrs. Leach soon for Pasadena, Cal., whero they will piss tho winter. Mr. Leach's successor has not yet been named. cm 4