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THE mjULlINGTUiV FKEE I'KKSS ; THURSDAY JANUARY
Harr.v Dullard nf Swnnlnn .lunrtlnn
was operated upon for appendicitis at
Hip Mur Fletcher lu.Hplinl yesterday.
Judgment has been entered In city
nir' In the rase nf J. H. Mucomber v.
W S Acinic fur the plaintiff l.i rccovpr
'".'I nnil costs uf S'l.yo.
Air?. I' At Itoiilil, who was operated
ipott nt .Spnilin ivk'n sanitarium ycstci'.
lo.V WHS ICpOllCil lust lllgllt IIS IipIhb
n comfortable u could be expected
Jetry limnetic of tills city ami Miss
t'nlsy Minor nf F.ilrfa wen- married
in the latUr town lust week. T.icy
"111 reside In Fairfax.
Mls Winifred II. Hire, who bus ivoti
nn lcivc nf atirenrp for the past yenr
resumed her duties ns teacher In the
Adams school cm Alonday.
Mmtlt flee luetics nf Kimiv fell M'tics
day evening and a rain which followed
dllt'lttir the ole-lit to sottli.il tho snow
'hat there was good sleighing about
lie cltv yesterday.
T'-c "lilt nf Agcl 1,eln s S. II
M'l't an action on rase for false rep
- Mil on ami deceit, was I1!id 'I'm s-
di i Chittenden loiinly court. The
1 damnum is $i,iv.
Word has been received III this city
f th( deaih III New llnven, Colin., of
Mrs DrldK' t Itendy. She Is .survived
by two sister. Airs. ,!. M. Kollcy and
Airs J. ,T stnplcton of this city.
I) Waltir Prior, snn nf Mr. and Airs.
Frank Prior of South Hiirllni:ton, died
Kridnv morning. The funeral was
i id from tin' Iiume Sunday afternoon
i ' '0 o .'lock
T ' of Martin I'lerec .t: Co. vs.
ln,.-iall II. Tilley of ll.neblirgh, Meed
.v IMtl.ck. Irii'l .1. J. Qulnl.iti, i-lai iii-
' ' .pin i.mt. was i-titi i-i-i Almiila.x m
hlttt in, n .'ounly court.
It'ill.itnl Kreiiaii of St. Albans, a nitl
w.iv ninth', tor. tiled a pelltlon In batik
u.it Friday in the cfl'lee of the chik
of tin' district rmnt. lie hns llabllltlis
if Ml: and assets of Mi claimed c
i in ft'
At the i om 1 islon tf hK- 'ii rincr In
t conn FHd.iv tiiorninu lltniy
Tab i wa fount guilt v nf lmlrient ex
pos i it at, was srtit'l,-. d ti. ero not
less than pi ten i . .i . nan in.'iitlis In
the Ipoo- m' rnifi h in .if It ill.tnd.
Tlfi-i w,." a 'i' nn' and ilecter
P tip'tliv 1 1 .n.li.ii. ii ii r t In the es
tate if I'M. i Man nf West fortl. The
c n 'I i 1 Miiiiii settlement was
tl ' tl' Mate of Atiir. A. Liberty
t II ' tto'i. n oi compos ward.
i in i-f '.-ns to the city clerk's office
1 t Month of Ik'Cember, show that
i g tl at period there were 35 births
the Uiv of which i? were girls and
"i iini- Di.rlng the same period there
vvr .7 tie j t lis anil 13 marriage?.
'" totiiliti.ti of the Itt. Hev. .1. S.
M hi 'id bishop of Iturllnctoti. who Is
1 a' t ii Fnnnv Allen hospital, was
reported a- comfortable lnt evening.
ItKoop Ml' hand has been at the hospital
it iv 'k tint his condition is not con
idi ft d sell mis.
.1 ilm I., i'owcrs and William Kelley,
arraigned in t ity court Saturday,
pleaded not guilty to charges of In
loxltation preferred against tliem.
i were found iiilty. however, and
were each lined J," anil touts. Knell
'onk an appeal to county court.
IMward G. Ilurant ami AIlss Alblna T.,i
! both nf this city, were ma riled Tne
ila morning at St. Joseph's Church
t the lit. Hev. Mgr. (Toarec. Following
t - wedding ceremony a reception was
I eld at the bride's home, when she re-
eived many appropriate Ri;t .. xhc will
reside in this . Ity.
.Mrs. Richard K.ilev tiled on Paturdav
sfternoon at her home on Maple street
' the ace of f yeats. HcMdest a lius
l tnd she Is survived by two sous ami
a tla iKhter, all of this city. The funeral
wis luld Tuesday mornliiK at none
o'clock from St. Alary's Cathedral with
Interment In St. Joseph's cemetery.
The follow liitr cases were Friday nol
,iro: sed in ehy court: Frank t'otn,
tuamv James Polworth, MealltiK coal;
lames Fl.vnn, nnn support; Alfred H;u
illt breath of the peace: Aim-tin Hnrs.
potntliiK a renlver: Sum Camei on. usinu
od.i and vhhy liotiles. hearlnq another's
The followliiR cases were enter tl
turd.iy in Chittenden county court:
rald Ansln, Kllnkovstcln i- Co. vs.
t"e Hiirllnerton raper Stock comitany,
i thin of assumpsit .Morrill AIcCarKar,
Jr, vs J'tter Iivery. Alerrlll AlcCar
tar. William Thynne. et. als., trus
ccs special assumpsit.
Two roller skates, that were stolen
i year ago from thu Armory rink,
nere discovered the oilier day In a
ecnntl hand store In the north end of
he city The skates were both for
he rlKl'i f tot and the thaler was tin
Ible to ten t;e them away. Com.
ian AI, howixfr. r,,m. th,. dealer :,(t
'i nts for them as ibe mates of (he
tolen oiieji wete at the armory.
Mr ami Mrs. (hurpe I--. North of this
clt , accomiiaineil by M'ss AI. AKIIes
.Verril' if Aliddlebury. left last evrnlns
fni I, is Annies, t'al., i,., they will
spend tin Rr.-iter pa-t i t Ihe u Intel . At
Nfwtiii Kan, tlie party will be joined
b s veral others, lieforc leliirnhiK to
HnrllnKtnn in the sprlnir. Mi. ami Mt.s.
North ll nut Senttl, and other
1 ir ',ldC' of I,'!' u S J, ,in J,.
1 apt I hld their Inst.ilhitlon nf offlceis
la evenitiR In their looms In I..inou'o
blrl Thp officers -nere liist.illed by J,
N, f! ncras, Ktnll HUlr ami the Rt. Hev.
Attr cloarer About new members were
tidinltted and refreshtnenls nere served,
The names of the officers ln-talld huvo
a'ready appeared In the Free I'l- ss.
Th reKiilarl monthly meclliiK of the
1 iid of s liool cominl.isloiiers was held
I ti'lay evt, n, J anil routine htislness -was
Uke up MkS cialre llnjrar was up.
pol .ted spe. ial assistant at, the Ira. Allen
fc . inl Tin- meeting f,. ti,,, most purl
was Klen 'ip lo the consideration of ad
dlKona fa Itles m the s-itonls in tlie
s lb i.itl of the city ami work attend
ant upon i,in'R up the aecoiiiils lor the
) hi st jear
'I' e Hlltf ll etlnu nf Hi,, slockholdeis
O' tlie Well ii Itiolllels M.tpl llllpauy
as Held M.ind.ij moiiilntj, . u,,.
follow 11 illl . . till M Ui.,e eleileil: ). .
Wit h II II Mllhi. Klhis I. Milan. F. II.
I SurSffH and II j Wells. .,i t. t-
Ini; of the diieitois Immedlalelv after,
Ibe fo'lowlliK otlh'i.rs went eleeled: 1.
Wei ll, piesldeiil; II. II. Miller, vice
president ami secret. ity: l-Illas l.ynuiu.
At Ihe TSlh amiiial, nn ellnK (,f lJX.,.
KiiitliiK anil Hose company, No. 3, held
i'liddj, meld. Ihe folliHNlm; tilflei rs nern
i ler'tei Foreman, (!. (1. Alimsou; Urm
n sistant forcnian, .loseph Kiilluan. set.
ond assist, it foreman, Charles llut;hes;
iierk Oliver Inipaw, Ire.inuier, Albert
Mt.n-.nn, auditors, T. K. Hooley, C. Rohy,
V, Archambauh , steward, John Millet.
"A Good Name at Home"
"Is n tower of fttrciiKth abroad" and the
excellent reputation of ('. I. 1 loot! Co. ntul
their remedies In the city of Lowell, where
they nre best known, Inspire ronfldcnro
the world over, not only In the medicines
but In nnythliu; their proprietors say
nbottt them. "If .Made by Hood It's flood."
"I believe, Hood's Snrnpnrilln the best all
round family medicine known today." Mrs,
0. I. KaiiLRV. fi52 Wilder St., Lowell, Muss.
"I recommend Hood's Sarsapmrllla to nny
one." iioitM ii. uurrv, l Auburn Street
"I am a stronc and healthy woman tnilny,
from tnklnc liooii's Sarsaparllla, which I
keep lu the house for all the family. Mitf,
Fannie llAl.t'tt, 108 Lcverett St., Ixiwell, Mass.
"I consider Hood's Sursaparllla the best
blood ptirlfler In the world." Mas, .h-.NStr.
K. CAKIiTov. m I.IPerty St.. Lowell, Mass,
Hood's Sarsapnrllla Is sold everywhere,
In the usual llnuld, or In tablet form called
Snrsatabs. 100 Doses One Dollar. I'rc
pared only by C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass
comm. Hep on membership, A. Arcand,
The fnllowitiK judnietits for i1alntlffs
wore cnteied yesterday In city court:
Frank It. Hrown vs. F. J. Smith of
Nnrthtleld damages of 5l!).iS nntl costs nf
.K:t; AlatKitret M. Sears vs. James
R.uin, tlanines of $7.50 nntl costs of
$r..,".'i: Hoba'! .1. Shanley Co., vs. J. W.
iasty. damaeeH of IU.W nntl costs of
JS.SI. Sp.tuldlnr;. Kimball & Co., vs M
I.. Dean of Aliiurgh, datmiKos of $43 and
costs of $;i.fCi.
The menibi rs nf the James "W, Flyim
Cuinp. I'lilled Spanish War Veterans
held their uiiiiuul meetlnr; Tuesday nlirht
and eh i ted Ihe follnwlnc oillcers: (;otn-
mander, Charles itnshaw; .senior vice
tonimander, .1. W. Lauj-hton; Junior vice
comninndef, J. A. Campbell; adjutant, I..
W. Fi'iinell. olllcet of the day, It. II.
Slmmerlnc; olllcer of the utianl, (i. W.
Sharpley; ibapliln. K A. 'omliard; siir
f,'eon, William Wis man.
The fijlieuil of Jo'-n J, Keefe was held
I'rld.iy moriilnc ut nine o'clock finm
St. .Marys Cathedral, the Hev. J. F.
(illlls .iffielatltiK. Floral tributes were
sent by the Urol hei boon of Rullioad
Trainmen, of which the deceased wa a
nicmher, from the l,nlv l''orester.s and
from Ii lends. The beaters were John
Pol in, Allehael Malloy, IMward tl'Itt ien,
William O'Hrieii, .Martin Hcffron and AI.
lloKiin. Interment was In St. Joseph's
The . iiiual install. itlon of oftlcers of
Vermont Lode,,., .v, y o, p,, occuired
Tuesday nlpht. the Installing olllcer behiK
Deputy Cram! Warden C. T. S. Fierce
of Vei'Kennes, asslstetl by C. W. Hlchard
son ns (-rand chaplain and L. (i. liurn-
linm as nrantl Kulde. The ofllcors elected
last inontb, whose names have already
ippeared, were Installed. At the conclu
sion of the exercises, refreshments were
served and a social hour brought the
ovciilnr; to a close.
At a mcetint- of Green Mountain Ihi-
eaiiipment, No. J. o. o. F., Thursday
nlnht, tin- fnllowniK oillcers were Installed
by Dr. F. W. Baylies, D. (i. I'.; F. J.
Chambers, C. J'.; K. F. Na.-h, Jl. I'.;
UeorKC L. Kd wards, S. W. ; Ii. AW Thom
son, scilbe; R, A. Spar. treasurer; V.
S. Iltlou, J. W.; i:. AS". J. Hawkins, it, C.
hmith and O. K. Chllson, trustees; A.
U. Kins, hall trustee; C. (J. AfcUaffey
ami O. R. Chllson, representatives to
'Jap death of Aliss Florence V. Jtatha-
way, only daushter of Air. and Mrs.
Frank 1. Hathaway of 20 Isham street,
occurreil Tuesday niplit at 7;"') o'clock.
fter an illnes of thn e weeks of typhoid
fever. AIlss Hathaway was 15 years of
apo tind was a mrtnbcr of the I) eas of
the liurllnKton hlBh school. Up to within
tho last few days her condition was con-
iddcred niucfi Improved, anil her sudden
death c.im os a ktc-U shock to her
parents. She is survlv d by her father
John P. RoherfTo dl.-.l Friday morn
Inp; at 6:20 o'clock at his home on Front
street. Ho had been 111 a lonR time with
kidney disease. He was VI vears nf ace.
He is survived by a wire, two tirnthers
and a sister. Theodore nt,d Hubert and
Alls. William Alorrlsau of this city. The
funeral was held .Monday morning
at nine o'clock from St Joseph's Church
with interment In Alt. Ciihary cemetery.
The members of the Smictv nf St. John
Haptlst, of which the dei iMsni was a
member, attended In a body.
Henry Francis Crant, who tiled Sun
day mornltiK at el(fhl o'clock at bis home,
South Fnlon street, of pneumonia, at
the age of ti.l years, came to HurlliiKton
three months a so from Aliddlebury,
where he had resided for over 40 years,
lb is survived by his wife, and two
children, a daughter, Nellie, and a son,
IMward. Tho remains were t iUen to
Hrandon for burlul Tuesday morning at
8:20 o'clock, tho funeral belnK held at the
Catholic Church there on the arrival of
the funeral party.
At the meetme of St. Jol n Baptist so
ciety Tuesday nlttht the followlni; oillcers
were Installed by Leon Jleaupre, Isaac
Patient belnK master of cremonles: Pre.
Went, Louis iiolvln; lltst vu-proldetit,
Octave Lambert; second vice-president,
Leon Ruel; secietary. Albeit rirawl,
sistant secretary, Arsene limn her; ioir.
spond in; secretary. F. X. Joichlm;
treasurer, I'rtrel lleaujewnl; i ol'cctor,
Louis Dine; assistant eolle. tor, llube.t
Hrlssoii. casbier, Clement H"aupre; mar
siials, Joseph Uoucliuid and Ktlnine l,a
tullppe. Stiitc'i. Attorney A. L. Sherman ntul
Justice J. T. Stearns ct In I'nderlilll
yesterday to conduct Inuring in the
Cases of two oiuic m s of that (own.
Claude draws and Ralph Stymies, both
of whom wete clmifod with intoxication.
The boys pleaded utility and were lined
$."iach. which they paid. Fpon illsclosuio
they said they were treated on Christmas
day with diluted alcohol, by Floyd Jock,
also a minor. Joek has departed to escape
the prosecution which ho anticipated
would follow the disclosure of the boys.
It la not known whero he Is.
News was received In the city on Sat
urday of the death In Toledo, Ohio, of
David Hrennan at the aue of S7 years.
Air. Hrennan was a native of Ireland and
at the aRe of IS came to the Culled StuKs
.eavlnK his parents In the old country .He
then he ami) a sailor on the coasting
fcblps ami at tlie .life of IS airhed In this
city on a salllm,' vessel, !iuIiik come by
the way of .Montreal and the Rlcbel'leu
river. He was employed In the lumber
yalds and alonu the lake fiont here for
many ye J is and in LSi'J went to CIiIcuko,
whelo he had chuiKc nf 1 1 it- i onsti uctloti
of senile of Hie .mailer exposition build
IllKS lb' .SUbSl'llll-lltly M'Ub'll in Toledo,
The nieiiibcis of Couit Ctviciul Howuid,
No. 4i7ti. imleieliilent Oribl of Folesliis,
Installed olTlcers laut evetilnn. Otutur
li!ore Toiicbellti win the Installing of.
tlccr. Tne officers ale us follows: Chief
lunger, J. J. 'iaft; vice chief i.im;cr, J.
S. i'loof; leconllliK secietuiy, .1. C.
Ilcrnis; linantlal sectetaiy. Alee Veriet;
treasurer, (!. D. J.irvls, ornloi. lieoiKti
Toiichelte; senior woodwartl, Warren
Rtronit; Junior woodwuid, Arthur llenolt;
senior beadle, Alfred llenolt; Junior
beadle, Fred Climinlncs; past chief
ranker, (",. D. Jarvis, court deputy, Ftctl
The case of the Htroti Unrdwa-o com
pany vs. The American Kxprcss com
pany was set to be heard yesterday be
fote Jus. Ice A. V. HpallldlliK. A idea In
ubatenieiit was llletl by the defendant's
attorney on t lit Kitiimd that serv'ce of
the writ In the ease should have been
made on the secietary of state Insteatl
of on the local aKent of (be company
This mutton was nvrrtiled anil the t use
was continued In January l, when it
will be beard by jury, The suit Is
liroiuiht In consefiuenre of the non-tie
liver.- by the express company of some
itierehamtlfe shipped by the plalnttlf
The animal meetlnr; nf tlie Sodality of
Die Hlessed VIikIii Mary of SI. .Matj N
Cathedral was belli Sunday when the
f illnwlm; olllci'r.s were elected; I'lesldeni,
AIlss AlatKaret Itcrry; vice-president,
AIis" AinnnilH White; treasurer, Aliss Iil
!ie Lncey; s-'crelary. Albs Katberlne Dc
laiiey. sacilstans. Miss . ary HiidKemiui.
.Mln Alniy AleCarty; orminlst, AIlss Jen
n. ( Itacon; iniisical tllrccliess, Aliss Ann.i
Hiett; prefects, AlarKaret Hn.M'S, Alai
Betet Hurke, Anna Wilson. Kate Ah Don
ald. Kntp Murrln, All e llannon, .May
Dwyer. AkUCS Mllliltlei ii, Alac M Ca -frey.
F.lizabcth Rami, Jennie At'.ipli,
Fllzttbeth Lanaii, Nora Cock.
At a meetlnr; of Champt.iln LodRe, No
7, K, nf P.. held Thursday iilj-ht, the fol
lowlnn offli"is wire installed by W I
Thwalts, Itistalllna ofi'leer: c. . Tower,
'. C : John Yoiinif, V. ('.; I'. (!. Webstir.
P; W. It, Craven. M ,,f W: CeoiRe I'.
Patch, K. of R. ntul S . Chillies W. III,',
ardson, M. nf p . S. J. Heutly, AI. of !;
W. I. Th walls. M. of A.: c. II. W
Hrown, I. Ci.; Fthati Howard, u (i ,
C H. W. Hrown, trustee for thtvt yens
1" Ilately after the Installation, n
meetlnr; of the Calumet t luh wi held
when the followlm olflters wer. .beted
W. II. Craven, president; AI L. Raker
vlce-pieslderit: P. J. Realty, seer i an .
Henry Raymond, tieasuier.
The lllelnbels of Helllel I.iiIki. Xi,
KulHlit.s of Pythias, and of llclioiah Te i
ple. No. II, Pythian Sister. MM.l a Joint
installation of oillcers Tuesday ev ti ut, ,,t
I heir rooms on Chun It street. The inert
lti- was open.., I by the Knit tl oi, i rs f
I' I'.Mhlan Sisters. The Inst ill'm; nip ,r
of the Pythian Sisters was- Deputy finm I
Chli f Sarah R. Rosetibi rjr, fol'owrd .
tne acin.R r;,.,,,,, oillcers. DrpiiM ti'anl
Ch.iii' ellor M. ('.. Rosenher"; was lnst.ill
IniT otlce of the Knlphts. Followlm; to.
exercises a bantuet was held. wM
K-i people sat down. Itemarks were m.t 'e
ly Joseph Frank, AI. H. Rns. nl-.a i. M
11. Rosen beru, the Rev. H. W S.e k-, i
AI. HicKstein and nthers.
The St Joseph society In 1.1 - si m
annual meetlnr; Thursday evening :) ml
elected Ihe follnwlnc; nffleios: Presiibnt,
et AI. AlaMi.ird; Ice-presldrtits, .lull, C,,
H.n on and l.ou's ". zlti.i ; si iretarx, J v
(iliipras; assistant seeivtui v, llenrv J
Lafond, cnrtespnntllni; seeietar. Dr J.
12. LaRorque; ttea sin er. Arsene Hon, her:
llnanolal seeri'tary, A. II. Dulmniel. as
sist i nt financial s. cretniy, Natcl "n
Dm.' marshals, (ieorKe Hai hie a id 1..
w.uil Diniolte; trustee for three cnrs,
latins I'harette. The society had a re
sin ci sful year, thL. treasurer's irpmi
show 'it: a balance of j.Vift nei t ir. , v.
pense. ilurliiE: the year. There was loss
by thath of only one member, F. X Thl-
The members of St. Jcisenli's C.iorl
No. r.fi?. Catholic flrder of l'or st. r .
Installed oillcers last ovenlni; at th Ir
rooms on Church street. Following
the installation, remarks were made
by the Rev. Father Anbln of Swanton
and the Rev. Father ICIliol St M.
chaels Colep;e. The annual report
shows a balance ,,f o ev j:0ii In tho
tieasilry and' an Increase in member-
hip. The names nf the rtnieers In.
stalled have already bee,, printed In
thn Fiee Press. The Cathedral Court,
No. fin;. Catholic (inter i,'a..i,,.,
will Install oillcers this evening and a,J
Invitntlon was sent to the St Tni-roc
Court, which was accepted. The mem
bers nf the latter coin t will march In
a bfldv to the Cathi.ilr.nl rnnt
The $r,n which Is mem nnnit.illv l,v
tne Hurllitf-ion city ruveriiment to tl.e
call men nf the llic department who
attend the most pres during the year
will be divided nmonK suven men. for
the year tpn7. The prizes are $20 for
tliti one who attends the lireatest num.
ber of fires, $15 for the next, $10 for
the next and 7i for the next. The
fust prize will be divided amnni' three
men, W. 1 1. Alossey, J, AIurpl. ami J
12 Afaynard, each havliiK responded
to th,. snnu; puitibfr of alarms. They
will leeelve $f!.r.6 apiece. Tile second
prize nf $1.- r;ne.s to R. Croto. the
thlld prize of $10 Is divided between
T. .McDonnell and AI. Alalloy and the
fntitth prize of $.', koch to S. Tin lor
H will be noticed that the sc. ond
prize winner tecelves innre money
than the first prize winners.
The annual Installation of ofllcers of
Champlaln Aerie, Fraternal Older of
LiKlcs, occurred Thursday uiKiit at the
rooms of the order on Hank street and
tlie event was ono of the most .successful
funuion.s In Hie history of the orRanl.a
tion. TJio Installation, which was public,
was laiKcly attended and wis pcrfotmed
in full eeremoul.il fortn by Fust State
Deputy J. II, Dunn nf PlattshuiKl
Incidental to ihe exercise of Ins'tiM i
Hon, music was furnished tiy the Kaple
band. The affair closed with a dame w t i
music by Lessor'a orchestra. R fr.
meats were served. Jules Alenilelsohn , d
'. St. Louis were present representli'i; r
Plllttsblllttll Aerie of Ruples. , l.irc,
deleff.iiion from Rui Huston Lodne. R. p
o. 12. , accepted the Invitation of th
ICiyles and wetu epei In I k.-sis at the
At a nieetina of l.ialri.e RrbeKah
I.ode. No Ci I held Friday nlubl, the fol
IowIiik oillcers were installed bv the tin
trlM deputy, Airs. Dora I'lOlson, N c, ,
Airs. Lillian Alctlaffey; '. c, M ss .Min
nie Dandrew; R S., AIlss Ida Willis, F
S., Airs. Ilatue Hackett; treasurer, Alr.i.
bin Klllani; warden, Miss Anna Oeker
hlnd; conductor, Miss Hlancho Cram; n.
tl., Aliss Isabella Hardy;' I C, Alls
Alaudn Jncohs; It, S. N. Q.. Alls. Dora
Chllson; J, s. N. ri., Aliss Allen Putnam;
R. A. S., Airs, fieri rude Smith; L. A S.,
Airs, illsln Shtittuck; R. S. V. (i , Mrs,
Ida Spiai; L. S. V. i!.. Mrs Fllzabetli
Hlancliaid; ehaphiln, Alls Nellie Hullou;
delegates to assembly, Mrs. Luna Ful
wttrils and Airs. Ida Klllani. Crand offi
cer who were present at the Installallivi
were Mrs. Paiker. niand wiirdeu; Airs.
Klllain, maud marshal. Alts. Clifford;
Kiand ticasuret; Mrs. Rhodes of ltleh
moinl, Kiand "ei'i Uiry.
inst.illatloti of olllceis or Slaiiuaid
l'osl, No L', II. A. It., for llmS occulted
h'rldav niitht in .Memorial Hull, Pasl
Depaitmeut Commander I,'. A, Wood
tu ( y inline; us liistalllue; olllcer. The
iitlleeis ale as follows: Cliniles War
ner, coiiHiiaiiilei'; Lorenzo A. Atwood.
S. V. c . John c. . , liKbt, .1 V c ;
Mil N. Pei k. adjulanl; John .M. SaltmU,
j. AI ; Nelson R Tracy, siiijicoii,
Jeortje I". Morse, illllpluill, lames
Allies, (I, l.. O, Wlleclei, F I ; , ,'.
rick A. Tillev. o ii . ciiarhs t: Reach,
set'ireaiit-majnr; Jolin W. Rout well, o,
M. S. DelcKitti'S lo the 4 1st department
eiicainpineiit at Alonlpiller were ap
pointed as follows II V. Allen, C S.
Palmer. lirorKe P .Martin, c a Hlb
bard, I'. N. J)caitt and James Aides,
MBA wn Wi RWll
Buriifigton Furniture Co. Credit Is Helpful Credit
Our credit plan is arranged to please all
comers and to meet all conditions for
Burlington Furniture Co. Credit is freely ex
tended to all persons at all times. With
Burlington Furniture Co. Credit goes low
prices, for it is the policy of this storeto give
one price to all buyers, creditor cash. With
small expenses, location out of the "high rent
district, " we are enabled to sell the best of
home furnishings on credit at the lowest cash
prices, and a comparison of Burlington prices
every day in the year, will convince you that
it pays to buy out of "the high rent district'
whether you have the ready cash, or whether
you wish to take advantage of the most lib
eral credit plan ever known.
Whatever conditions arise during this year, rest assured Burlington
Furniture Co. Credit will be extended as liberally as ever, and Burlington
Furniture Co. prices will be as low as the lowest.
We never have sales to obtain ready cash but when we wish to re
duce stock we offer special reductions to all buyers, credit or cash.
Thoro are bargains for cash buyers all over tho city, but Burlington
Furniture Co. bargains aro for all buyers, all the time.
A comparison of bargain prices will show the advantages of buvinc
"Out of the High Rent District."
Watch our West window for special prices; the same to all Credit ov
- l t-l i
$m Buy Talking Machines Here !
There's a vast amount of difference in Talking Machines there s
often much difference in Machines of the same make, owing to faulty reg
ulation or adjustment and injudicious selection of Records. That's why wc
sayr-BUY YOUR TALKING MACHINES HERE. We sell the Edison Phon
ograph-acknowledged leader of all cylinder Record Machines tho Victor
Talking Machine tho best of those using disc or flat Records. Every Ma
chine is expertly adjusted before it leaves the store, so as to get the finest
musical effects, and reproduce perfectly every tone, every delicate shade of
We offer the greatest assortment and easiest terms on complete out
fits. TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL of a Talking Machine Outfit and a dozen
Records at your home.
alternates, H H- Itrniil. v, j.; -wellrr.
H J. Vancor. T. I.. I'r.ny n (. Smith
and Hurley fherman The followlng
trustees were also eli ete, at 1P tneet
Ing last evening: I'. A. Woodbury.
Cicorgo i. Mat tin and II. y. Allen.
a nii-iim i:n 't it mi ti:.
The I'rovldeme Tribune tlniH speaks
of Col. F. I,. (Jil l 's ri cent .-.peecll "ll
that i Ity:
''ol. Frank 1 tlnetie of st ,,;,n.,
VI, proved to be one o' H,,. inijrin.j
efii I'-dlnncr hpiakeis who evi,- tiiipcur
i d in this elty, his 1 1 nuiks, n f
Willi ll wi ll' pleBllllllt win, witllclsnis,
lu l.iepliig: wllli tl asion, bidnj. ,.
ti 1 1 llpti-d only bv tile lipiuui oits Ulllgh
l' r of Ills ainlilois (ii l u'etium
"lialil he lu Olldellcil in t u , ,,,,,, fc,,.
oils one, howevi.'l'. b.V li, i k i it 4, lofteful
lelcieiiie lo lln Iillghl K,b for moii
ev thai Is pii'valliiiK .ill om.j. ii,,. ,.u.
Ii. v. and Ic paid ib eati. i,.s( tH t
liigh liuaiiio and Willi Sir, ,.(, t IiiiiikIi.
b" added, every man in ,, Wn j,,, ,','.
ntul his own business, K praet,.nK (be
same gliittoiiom. prim lp,. ,l( K,uUK
tuoiie.v. niii.ebiivv." "Wc (u
vi. thus nf ovcrshlcwdr,. . )(, (,,.
iliueil, nnd then lie in. ...,,,, , ,u,.
Mo, k of bright stories
imm i no-. - . -?-!-rrc?
TOEDiTCREDiTCRiTCRfpiT (house) !
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB.
.l ii n iel piil Itrniil); to llr. Held Iii
Ceiilieilliiii vtllll tlie Alllllllll 'leet
lllg mill llillletli't.
Tlie aiiiiiuil meitnig of the llurllngtor.
c.immercial club Is to be held on Hie
evening of Tin il.iy. January 11, and fol
lowing the buslnins session a baniiiet W 'll
I hell at the Van Ness lloue. In order
to stimulate Interest lu rminU'lpil affair's
and bring out points about uur city gov
ernment the post. prandial exercises will
Include discussion of various dcpai (incuts
of our public service a- a elty. Among
those wile will speak ate the following,
logetlur Willi their subjeils;
I'l'.'S'dii i W J. Van 1'i'tteli, piesldlng.
"The Fii Ve.ir of the New City Cli.ir.
let'." the linn W- J. Hlgcloiv, mayor.
"Tie I'ul.ll S li.nils," Ur II C. Tlnk.
ll.llll. presldi '.I 'he b.i.lld of school
"The I'llblb l.i iiiv." I'll kIJi III M. II.
Mm klilllll, preslil' hi of Ii listens of Fletch
er Fi e llbriny.
"(iil.ii'dlliK the 1'il'llc lleiillh." Dr. !'.
II. ( Iat It. sectetafv boatd of health.
"Care of Dependent.,.' '. I'. Hmllh,
ptfjldeiit board of chainlet-
"fllreet Iniproveuu nt-- iiei.iei M"-vcn.-,
' ha rnt.ni Iv.ikI " trel ' i umi-
a. mi. .ret: in
CREDIT iS GOOD feT
r iUvk. i
'Our Water Stipplv ." .1 F Kidder. Ml
j ii i lu t . -tulciit of the wutcr department.
' Municipal Lighting," J. W. lioodell,
chairman boat ' of electric light commis
sioners. "l'arks and I'l.ivgriuinds," I,. It. Jones,
v li c-pieslder.t hoard of p .rl i otnmlhsion
"I'lotcctlon front Fire," A S. Drew,
clia'tinan board of lire cemti' .-loners.
"The i:iifoicemetit of tin Law," M. ll.
Clink. ecntar hoard of police lominii
hliiners. "The Tieatnient of the Criminal,"
J 'dge n, c. Mower, city court.
ioxc ii uiisi n iirii:s.
Sessions of Congless Wile lesumed
Monda aftei the holld.tv tee'ess. Doth
bodies adjourned cailv out of tespect tj
the memory of the late Se'i.ttoi' Mullmy
of Fliirlda. no liuslnesi being done. In
the Semite on Tuesday Senator AldHcli
luliodiiccd a cuiiemy bill and adjoin n
nieiit wit s taken until Tbnisday. I'olltlcil
illscusslons look up the time of th"
lluuxe. Notbltng of liupoi lance was dime
In the I louse on Wednesday.
C..eapc.t accident Insurance. Dr Tho-
mas' Kcleclrlr till. Stops th- pain and
licaU the wound. All iiniSKht3 toll It,
m VERMONT NOTES J
A lltinti In Mendnn fnonil ihn rnr.
c.ifses of two dead tlccr tlila week.
The Ktitlnntl cltv band b.itl
ouh year In 1W7 conniiK to the New Year
with a lc licit of only St (ents Aim .i
Jl.HO was tpent.
Hy the will of Mrs. I'hllena I). OavH
r Lebanon, N. II. , Ooddard Seminary
ncilves a bepieit of -,iyj. The wliol
i Mlati amounted to t O.CJ.
C.roton'H oldest repltlent Is tleatl In to
pn yon of Mrs. Nelson Wbltcher Hal
.be lived until March 1, Mr. WliiUii-r
I Would have been M years old.
At u largely attemled vlllaRe n,r.ti m,
the voters of Woodmock t tm'.u; tl m ,t
i heated dlncusslon over ncceptlnr; t,e
port of thu truKtfPM owlni- to an in r,.. ,
I In thn village IndebtedtiesM of SM I ,.
total ItiUcbtcdntS'j Ib J',173.is.
ier OA members have J. i
wit: the (Sranltc Mutual Fire IiiMiran
comp iny or narro fine- Mup !i 1 Pj7,
'pi .nn over halt a million !'. 'n
' t"!-!!!' -h on the uompan'H i. i..k.i ,
'"mp.ui was organized .. j ir .S'i
M'' .:,.ry Cllsbee if Iir.itHi i. ,
' "i .i' t iii. nge r w i . a i , ip .
' ''''i. che was i ' 1. f il i ii i
I I' WOlli until two , ekM UK t
' s;ilekm wltb . initvM'- s w -I
M AlKtend. N. I (ii il ,, -, . ,, l
' M itlbofj and aui.fow
' ii-i Sergenm ; . lUK ,f , ,n .
" . i"i liiudford, I el. .1 ti.i . i i
' 1 ' 1 hernltiiaii. - , 'ii, la j rr. i
i .r. .iiel Hltl,. ,. ,t,, Kl
'' IT lll"tllll.' of ' '. r,.Kim it,,,.
1 1 lull Ht InCn ,.; i i . j., ,,r , i (
' ' i' i .Via yards dun v- Hi- s
! ' i nt :i) v;ir, 7 .. t Jl , . , j J
or 1 Ii inn . . p.es m ; i
, for i ducati i in! r t'n i -
Kill t.- Super '.! Ml. 1 t of .,lu. , ,
' " i S Stone ol M. t i II. , ),.! , .
' i.i i J Pi. Ferris!. j , , t
1 l"Mi , .Ii.tnmr . ... i , ., t j .
uiwell: .Iiinu.i-v .1 rfil!, ,r .
-'. I'llllllillll; .1 il, ii .. I i (
' u.irv ,:n. Montgoii. i ,1... , .
: bfntil; Febrti.ir: .". i iliot i . i ,a y
!' .h lit in l'eliru.i; 7, , .
BURLINGTON SAVINGS EA.NK
I . lolilini ilili., t llenril ol i m-tre.
lit onolll lleetlnc.
'i' -i .innuiil in- i-tiiu- ' ,e . ... i
I '.ii Hiirlnmtoa Sa w,i i
i ' I .i' Ir b.i iikm in i.-.
old .iff. . - ni
pi i siik nt. '(
T!u ,.' : ,
tl , m i-II-
i .' tr-i-'i
i. .'1. d be l
.1 t. I'll t iW
We I- V
r F I'i.,
w 'in Win ,i lde 1
- I'd. IV ,ln
i' 'irk nn
1 t i .t Itl !
icen .Is "ipii
tt.-as.ur r. He
siib.-tanti.il a - 1
men and I-
merited r. eng I.
1 add strength 'j
l.lard i i
Ward, A n
H S. Is-l-.m.
to the ho i i I
lici ti '-omit
.r.'l h.ip for -.itid
ht ionized as
1 - M.l'
growinsr young !n.
! 'ion to the bmrd
th"i of service and
tie- mannsement of t i
Tlie ftank made a very
ig of business f. r the
ratii' r.g s . .v -'
11". 1' - ' te i .e
in the number of depositors b. !ng 1 ,
h.ivlig now ;:..Vt depositors, w.t i di -?
..... t - of Sll.lC.W.U. showing a gal hi
ib posits for the year of $M.rw.i'.l The
fi-t .i ut ion has also added i Its stirpl s
$".; C1.7S, ticking the -ip snt .-,inil.i
J7.".J -.7I a.i tl.e gros- a.-."s Sil v" -4M-
belnc an ItKretisi- for the 'f
At .estcrday's meet-g of C.r eor.
Tiora: ex-fiovernor t".
feirid to the fact "
Hi ii"i!, ad died sine,
meeting ai ! he moved t
.at C ii C
the ;.n dl -
rat a ' rininntti'i
be .ipp.iirr.'d to prepare uit tble resoln
Hons. TiiK motion having or. v.ilcl. t e
chair appoint d a sic n committee V
Woodbury, W. H. Howe and Kilns I.vnv"
It Is Interfstlng In this connection to
note that Col. lienedlet's father, t'rof
C.eorge W. Iteneilict. wis one o? 'ht
early corporators of tl.e liurlington Sav
I ltac for ale Clioleo Selecttoni of
'I'linlier I. nml mi Tlile liter In
These lands average to carry over 2." '"-I
l"t of snuiid. growing tlr and eedat ti
tne acre. I have lust teturned from 13tlt
isli Columbia and have several ery a
tractive bargains to offer Th reeen
nniinclal strlngenry afffcted fe We-st s
li.ullv as the F.ad and many t ui'ier ow
ers were obliged to sell at a saerlfl' I
.m therefore In a pn.tlnn to offer c w
'and limits of tun acres at 1 ,v to V.i.i p
acre. This puts tlie purcba?er-i In
ti.d of 13 to 20 million feet of the eiiet
timber Itl the world at a cost r.f 2 20 to
S.l.sw for a section of Wi aere one mi
"Huare. on tl.le water front, the -t n,
sible locatlo-i for milling or liggi-g
vet are interested see : c. C W Surf
t;i:cc.iiiii:'.i i.nirtnt imiix'hiition'
The i'1'Uiriis to the countv '"tks . r
lee from the holdeis of T.ftll 'I -
idrugRlsts'v licenses throughout t"'t
ti nib'it county show the follow n
Uiior prescriptions to have Lei i i
durinr- the month m' liecember ' i "
H H. Wllllnm-s of Jerlih.i. r H
I It... kwood of Fndei'hlll, T' . Treffl, Im
l'litii"! of lliirllngton, ;t. W I Hall '
Itur'lngton, n;; K. W Frmn.an tl
Itl. hmoiid, .".I: M. 1. Lcirv of Kb
tie md. 32: A. C. Jlnnth of Murllngt
to, Zottman A- Stiles of Murllngt .n no
M Ti- Heche of MurlliiRton. ."0. .1 V
O'Sulllvan of Murllngtoii, r,i, John
Inman of Miirllngton, v. A S llu, f
HlnesburKh, :.!; CI. A. Chun hill of Mur.
llngton, :i; J. C. Hellrose of MurM'ig
ton, 31; i:. H Crandall of Winooskl. 10,
HATHAWAY-In this cltv ja uarv r.
Florence Farnswortb H t'l.ivvav aged 15
vi'.irs and T nv nths diughter of Fr.irk
K and I.'fki Hat'. away
Funeral Director and UUm: J
169 North Strasl
Night call. -dephono 3Jc.'l
IDS WANTED FOR STATE PRINTING.
The commlssloni r of public prlnll.ig
invites bids for pi luting ll.u.) sclinol
icglstets lor ltni. iu,in inveiitory Iduiiks
for and i'.'nt. grand list booh.
Spcclllcallons fitrnlshrit on lenuest to
the conimlissinners. Illda milKt he sub
milled on or before S p. m. January IS,
W, The tight Is reserved lo reject an
and all bids. Hid should he submitted
to Frank F l.anglcy, commissioner of
public printing, Uarrc, Vt, 6,diw,H