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rai5 lUHiLTNOTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY. 'APRIL 9. 1!K)8.
ONE CENT A WORD Advertising In this column ono cent a word, cnch Insertion. Copy may bo changed every week. Cash in advance required. No advertisement taken w.ilch Is less thnn twelvo words, two Unci. Special terms to advertisers using from 2S0 to 1,000 Ikies within twelve consecutlvo months. POINTERS. OWNERS OF FA It. MS who wish to hire urlp or to sell a farm should use 'his column. Nearly fi.Oflrt copies of tills papT nro sold every limio and lour advertisement would ho read 1 many possible buyers. 25,wtf WANTED. WAST TO HUY FARM. "Howard," 222 North street, Burlington, VI. S3,tJlw:t M N" ND WIFE wanted to w uk on a art" for l yrir Man to do ,'..ri w-otii " i won n ' do hoiit'W:lv Also i it a i.id ir t-. mister. M ' fun rem irs .ii ; profnii'tj A tn I I'f i, i . l r.lwlek. Vt "..-St ' . 1 Vn i I M':N 'va h d i t . . t i-1 - iv .! I r 'in'ii n . i u v.n. . T t . .' tto- ' S, ' m. 1' , f iti. I, V - wst FOR SALE. i '':i I 'wn yi tr old. J i 'I. ' i.'. ' 1 enue. ..l'tei-1! Wit 'M: Sl.t 'in ; Hoi cms. i,ne lie n i "tire, hut are In '.t"i"l t o-nT-'on, ' "' liuni lime l.ad s i m !i hot . f. w wi eks. Will el. out il.e mtv portion it le en, h, ernted f.r .'-'pm-nt. Welch Hi,i. .M .pie I oriiiiKton. Sn.iltAw.1t f(to RflONEY-MAKING FARMS fJi.S PQfi SALE ,1,'t'i.:).r,,"ss iniiiC. I 1st l!," tlio largest lllus- ' itl 'K'.io of farm b.irii.iln-. v abb- Infnrm.'Ml.in of fiinr.i.i". ,.ei- ..M,cd. ineludltiK Jlonil It I! Fate, limited FREE I'eff 11(1. II. A. sTKOIT CO., 2111 W llsMni.-ti.ii si,. (I'lxtii'i, Hiist. NOTICE. i AT' ,i r I' IV 10. conducting a ' ' i-.i.ss in Bitiiing- e ri i - ..- detective ,oik i ' ' ".''i attention. Kvi- l'li;.iin anil persons ' 1 A ' ' -im s kept In sum itnl-i ( Vl'nss "S ." this otllre. Il.wlt I D'lV'f I. V iISTATF. AGENCY, over P ton St . Hi., nut.. Vt. "Phono "4-1 24.d&wtf N iTTCt; luiw little It costs to tell thui.1 inds of readers in many town of Vermont what you have to sell or wnai you wish to buy. Adver tise In tho Free Press and you will get replies to your advertisement. 23,wtf BWANTED-a 'a a i f i i n . a. r IiiivIiil' A GOOD FARM V- r i i N't par 1 1' urn ,- a it l l'l' I e m i iirlc,. did I i " ' . rel i i i for si 11 t v ee i noiiessi i -n eel " !i ii' .11 With nIVniT: -I. 1!.. 'ivj. H'.ches- Ilnrslnr A liner liiriu. lv I'hn e .llal'l" mi lllMde o' f h ,,M 1 Ion if In r Hi- l--itor '! i'iii - iNii'in iii.ii in is IT ',i In, Hi. r, jli. ..!. in .it- I ii-li to eommfin d o o r :iini.v. I'sefnt for houses, tl " . !-i I II' , hen housi . ''. n .-1 ih g ' i - 'i imi'i. si i;a--i. ; t . i:. I'oi.i. !.' IT, e. vieiie. llrmiUlj n, N, . (n.w..",m. IriiiiM School lo- Bisrses 'the Itlioi!,' ! If l it t I lo.fl i( 111 offer 11 '.-e:irs eonr-" of (riiiiiiim In eme (if iiiKtenll In lleilleiil. iirKl ei.j Olttc (rlclil mid t; Speeial UetHs. A !i!l iintients treated In inilT. r--tIleiions :n- WW being eonylder eil lor elll-e eiilerlilK ,liil noil llelul.er. Hills, iinil .l.iiiiiiiri , l!lu!l. 1 1 ii i it I n n 1 1-- mi' inoni-j alliMMinie Htillfeienl liir pi-rvtiintl i.km.,i., nri. i-li-ii. l or li i i f I i-1- iiilii.-niiitliiii unil elri-rliirs ailili-es. WIin l.ue i , 'In'"-. Iiln. ile Isliiml :in iillnl. i'mt htenee. 11. I, -II ' )V .311). 15 Acre Lake Shore Farm .In t the plai. for a -uinmer camp. Hon , 1j.ii ii .in.l Komi nr. ,,,-inl, peat 3 pi t The Reynolds Real Estate Co., lljip. It- Hull, lliirlliiKlun, t, I'nruix, 'II in In- r j.kiuIk, i.'ii-I, .stor.H, Teeth Extracted Ali-idlnlely Tllnnit I'aln. The only office In Iiurllnston Mr.ore you enn s;ct teeth extracted Ithout a pnrUelo of pnln wIMioiit takinii k:h. My method Is used by no other person. No In no diiufer no after effectn. DIt. 1.. II. FIA7.K.V. off i e. ISj r.n" St., r.iirlinKton, Vt Office hours, 10 to 3, " to 8. HANDSOME COMMERCIAL ) PRINTING I-ilnoa hanilsom womnn, J I THE FREE PRESS L does IniniUoniD prlntlni( ft t very ajtractlri prii:. w renu uiu t ra f m yieir LJod worlt, junl vou will lit 1 plimeo X CARDBOARD THE FIIKI3 I'ltKSS bTOIlIJ, HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT, ( Con tinned from First 1'nee) (he past w i mimed. O. V. Hooker ,"i S'lti have established a branch factory In Montreal for the mannfaetiire of tin- Thompson spark extinguisher. The i iimwrncnt Is announced of Miss F.llzabet h I). .Merrill, daughter of the l!ev. In- II. Merrill of this phieo, and Arthur (I. Sprngne of the Insur ance Ill-ill of AY. V. Spr.'lKlte Hun. CHITTENDEN GOUNH. SHELBURNE. The death of .Ml I'ornoll.i liend oc curred enrly Tliiimd iv at the home of her brother. In-. II II. limit, nfler a I'll day.' T 1 1 ii s wllh a eotd from th" effects of whhh she lacked slreiiRth to rally. Mls liend was liorn In the house In which she died Mnrch 1J. IS31, nnd hnd always lived In' Mhellmrno wllh the exception of a few years passed ns n tenehev in 'Missouri. She hnd be. mi :i de-nted meinher of the Melhodlft rhnn h which phe Joined when 1 yr-n-s old The funeral wns held nt the house Ptmdnv tifter iionii at 2.30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. William Xnylnr nro the p.uenls of a son. llobert Naylor, horn April -I - The funeral of Frank turret t was Iield at St. Catherine's Church Sat urday lnoinlni.'. the I!e Father IJenn- chnn" ofllclatlti);. Interment was made in St. i'.i t In i hi" cemetery beside tils mother, uiio died iiluht ears ai;o. Mlfi Lucia K. Stoddard s at home from llald-wln.-Mrs Cordeh-i TnKBnrt hns returned fro-1 New Ymk city, where she visited her daughter Mis. John M.ickle of Montreal Is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). T. 1 i-'.li. fleoriie Collii'iier anil Wllllnm li. union have returned to I'.aire after n viek's vacation -K I't.nik (leli'iiardl of fie r. V. M. wa .it home over Sunday. - The annua! cm mimical ion nnd elec tion of nllleei - " I'r.i r.dshlp l.oile will be neld Tin--In. April II. lit 10 a. in. Tin re will In- 'i private masquerade l,nll Vplll 21 'n the Woodmen's bill. Hx fiov. J. L. 11ir-tow h.T. atjaln piesent"d tie members of Trlni'v church choir with sets of sou'-.-nlr r'aster cards. ESSEX JUNCTION. Word was neehed Thursday of the death In the morning of Mrs. Dorcas H. Fieeiiian nt In r home In I-'verett, Mass. She imd been II' for about two months. Mr. Freemvi, who was In her 70th vcar, was tin- wbl -w of Melvln Fri-eman nnd they were fni"ier lesldi-uts of this place She Is vur!-il bv thieo sons, the Hov Luther ri-eiimii of Chnttnnnocn, Tenn , Clayton t: of Newton. Mnss., ami Melvln and one dr, ui;1,ter. both of Hver ftl. The remains wei" broimht hete and the funeral was held in the Coni; RreK.ntlonal Chinch Sunday afternoon nt two o'clock with bin 111 !n Ksscx Cen ter. At (lie mcetinc of the ehool illiectors of Chittenden county here WednesJiay, April l.'i, the proirram will be as follows: ll:iin a. m.. orRnii!zatlon; 10:10. "Teach ers. Quality and Quantity" C. F. Ori-ene. lNex: 11 "Ibuv to Have ltetter Schools." Ilotiry C. Morriaon. supeiln tendi nt of pn'illc Instruction. Concord, N. II.; l::'i"i p. m., "Truancy," P. Connev, South Hurlliifiton; 2:0o. "Waste In Sehoul ManiiRi-menl." II. C. .Torrlson: 2:.-n, "Su pervision," F. O. Nichols, Richmond; :i'.1i). "Ci ntrnllz ition," the Itev. M. II. Fian-e. llini'sbnrsh. Plxcusslon will 'ollon i-iu-li loplc. Slnte SliperlntendeiU M .-' Ston will he present mid particl p.i ' ill the meeting. Mi. Fi.inlt L-ib.l! died Mond i.v noin'ni? a the result of cancer. Mrs. Litirlt, lio.e maiden niime was Nancy Keer, . wns born In Richmond .Vi years a m i le.1-" December. :i daughter of Timoihv and Jlnrj (O'Ni ill Keif.. She wa-. mn-rl. d to Mi Lab. II, tin n of J---1 'o 11' e'i'-. apo 1t-i 'letobir Soon nftr 'heir mnirlace Cry went to (Ii.ind Is'and. Neh . where t!.' y livfd for about sr veil e:us. They then n Mimed ICast i-nl leslded n nscx .lnnetion i i r - nee. Mrs. Labi II I- survived bv her hush ind. Ihiee biotheis, P.ililek Kiffe of ri.irii., la, T'liinthy of Chlenco I'lnl .lani.-i of 11.--S. .liir.etion. and two mi. Mi--, rj. Ilriinett of Chleieo and .Mis John '' : - ii of liolton. Tli- 'un. i..l was 'Id n the Church of t'ie Hr.ly I'.-tniilv i di cdny nininliiK at o'clock and bill- 1 U1IS 111 the Cilthnll. eeinetel .,- In ilils place. Tin- annual meeting of the Fsse Junction public school union was held it Johnson Hotel Tuesil.-r. .. riernnon. I II. Huntley wns elected i halt-man ainl Ilnmer 1 1. 1 irury seen lei-v C. Ji. Itowe, who tins been supervisor diirlni? (be past year, was ie--b-iiid for tho oniliiK year nt a snlarv of si,nrn. MNs Kiln Forbes starter vcitenhiy foi Minneapolis, Minn., wher.. she hi. a jTofltlon as MciKWnpher. i Oale, formerly of thin pl.-io, has been permanently locnte.i nt the .M'inlrfnl ofllco as n diputy collector of rtl.JtnmH. llinrv Alliertnn. who recently un it' rwi nt nn operation nt tin Fanny Al len 1 ospitul, has return d home, ,Mp. Mhertiiu sold Monday his farm at lint. I -i's Corncis to John Il'ti-hemk of C.'inbnilKe. Mr. Hitchcock enntemp hit's m.ikltiK extenslvi- repairs. David Ynndnw, who recently bnuht the J. 12. Hunt farm, was attacked In up ntrly lioar Mondnv. sustalnlii(- n wound on his lepf which nec.iisltated several stitches. RICHMOND. James flaniion of Waterhury hns be n visiting liln parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ouiinou, for ki veral days. Mlsa lladys nienson returned S.iturdny to liurllnntoii. Hueiio lilanchard of tlethel was in town Saturday. Ml-u Hazel lorry, who hns been spendlti"; a two weeks' vacation with her par ent", Mr. and Mrs. A. c. Hurry, return ed Saturday to liellows Falls, where she teiiehea In the high school. Mr. and Mrt- OeurKit Tnfl returned Sat urday froni I'lillndelphla where n,..y passed the winter. Mr. T.lft Is nill'll Improved in health Ml.su Knte Koef has H'n"" to llurllnifton to reHlde with her sister, Acnes The Misses Mary O'Hyrne, M.unle n'Hrlcn, Kale JCIriiy and Elizabeth Hurley were In llur HliKton Saturday. Mrs. Sarnh Sayles has tetuined from IlurlliiKton where she ltd n I men nt Dr. Sparhawk'K snn Itarluni for n month. Mr. and Mrs. Frank KOwards and children nt Oskosh, Wis., am vlsillm; Ids parents, Mr. and Mrs. (1, A. I-Mwai.is Mis. OeorKo llarllett has icliirned fii.m a week'H stay In IlurllilKloii.- .lei mu . liarry leturned Tuesdiy to (hnMm , Seminary. Mrs. I. 11. Coodwln i"lun., Tuesday from HiinlliiKton. wlnu she hat, visited for several days. Mj,. -,, T. FIiikk and sun, Kinnk, iclunud Tues day Iroin Hiilllnclon, wheie tlu-j wein Kiicsts of hei mother, Mrs. Fhiuamui, over Sunday. Miss I tan h I KIvmu-iIh 1c.! turned Tuesday from Ilclluws I'-alls, where sho spent the Inter with tier sister, Mrs. Albert Cliiunll. r -Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mot ton ate visitlm; i Swanton -Dr. auU ilrs. Jl. II. Bvelcy have re- Itirind from Mlddlelnii-y where tticy vis ited hN pnreiits, Piofesior and Mrs. See liy. -Mrs. Waller Fuller was In Hur lliifiton Tuesday. K. H. l-'lsh returned yesterday from Windsor, win-re he attended a funeral. John Keefe of St. Albans wns In town esterday. John M'tiarKhnn, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wluileti, Mr. and Mrs. Thntnns Hynn, Itohttt Herry nnd Mrs. Mark tlnrko ntlended the ftmeriil of Mrs. Jabpl In lCssex Jiinellon Wednesday. Miss 7.oo Toweri ha returned from a short stay In MttrlttiRlnn. Mrs. Tliomas Convln of North Duxhury It vlsltlns her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Itlchnrd Ilitrke. John Morton returned jestetday from a few daj-H In Mlllon.-Mlss .Mamie Mr Catty of lturllnKtnn was the KUest of her sister, Mrs. Annie O'ltrleu, Wednesday.-Miss Josephine Olensnn returned yesterday to the IT. V. M. nfter a 10 duys' vocation nt home. Miss Marlon I in 1 1 lot 1 left yesterday for Snxtons Itlvcr, where she will attend pclin.il. C. L. liesselt will leave this mornlns Tor Harre, where he has been appointed station turont. iTERICHO. Mr. a ml Mrs. Htiel It. D.iy and two Klandsoiis of New York city nro ex--e.-led here about April 20 to open them liotire for Hie summer. Mrs. Ellen Mntui and Miss Emily Flynn lmve been ap I'olnled teachers to nil the vacancies caused by the resignations ' of Misses Mamie Cnn-oll and Ilern.idctte Malllmore. - Miss Elizabeth Krewet of St. Marj's Acndemy, HurlhiRtnn, spent Simday with Miss Ellen Cu.stello. Miss Florence Mtck nell icturiieif Saturday to Wlnlhrop. Mass., where she tenches. The hlsh school nnd the two Kiades at tile Center will open this mornlniT. The other S'liool", April III. The school directors have appointed J. T. V.irney nnd F. O. Peni-e truant oftlcers, nnd Mrs. E. H, Maii'i town superintendent. Mrs. Wnrrcn HtlEham. who has been 111. Is Knlnlnn. Hnnnnnnd W. Sinclair returned Satur day from Windsor. Patrick L, Ilarrett was In Shelhiirne Saturday to attend the funcr.il of Ills nephew, Frnnk Harrett. Ira Holers and Italley Itrnwn return ed Monday to tlurllnulon IiIkIi school nfter a week's vacation. Mrs. (3. 1!. niil butil nnd son, Lloyd, went Saturday tn HoMnn to visit Chnrlen 1 1 ulbiird. Dr. S. W. Palce and daiiBhter, Susan, re turned Saturday to St. Albans nfter a visit at J. P. WhltthVs. Mrs. H. s. Martin returned from New York Satur day. Frank Pape of Hakersfleld nnd Mrs. C. 13. O'nood of Milton v.-ere visitors over Sunday to their mother, Mrs. Eliza Pad". Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Whlttcn are III. Mis. L. 1-7. Hllss nf Morrisvillc and Mrs. fleorgc Cook nnd daughter Lena of Mlllls. Mas., have been visiting at D. E. Hood's. Miss Irene Cleveland spent Siindav with her cousin. Miss Sadie Foster- The Help Society, which met with Mr. Wilson Cuttls Friday afternoon, wer, surprised to find that their hostess had inaiiRi d for a short niulcat which followed tho usual meeting of the society. Mlses Florenc liuxton nnd Phyllis Hrnwn save several piano soloi. in a very creditable manner.- Miss Hessle Fletcher has leturned to her school In Northamp ton, Mass.--Miss Nina Jenkcns returned Monday i venlnp from a three wreks visit with relatives In Hosenhcrff, P. Q. The Free Will OffeihiK Society of the Metho dist Church will nuet Friday afternoon with Mr. Newstend. Three of the child ren of Mr. and Mrs. Harty Hanley ar 111 with pneumonia. Mrs. Frank Morse of WolcoU Is visit ing her brother. I,. J .Hurroughs. L. M. How" Is niilte 111. The Hon. C. S. Pal mer of liurllngtnn Is having his recently purchased house put In condition for oc- ciipancv by himself an-' Mrs. Palmer. Mrs. lingers, who has been with her daughter. Mrs. Cook, has returned to Fn dorhllr Miss Minnie Knlli r lias returned to hei school In Willlston. Mrs. Sirnh Martin and daughter, Mrs. Llbhie Hou doln of Huston went Tuesday to St. Al bans In- a visit. Misses Ada Curtis nnd Myith- Alger are visiting at C. n. On us's in North Fnderhlll -Charles Howe 'inn Frank Freeman of ltlrhmond were In town Wedne.-dn'y and the Hon. and Mrs. c. s. Palmer, Dr. C. A. Pease nnd Frank Spnul.llng of Hurlington were here Tuesday. Miss I'essb.. Atlierton of Essex Junction Is visiting Miss Florence I lay. Theodore Williams returned to the Fiiiveisity nf Vermont Tuesday. Mrs. Smith of Handolph is visiting ln-r daugh ter, Mis. Elinor Howe. SOUTH BURLINGTON. Mrs. Fdn,,ird Durfi y has been In poor health all w Inter. ,1 .lines Ham mond has moved from Louise Hellion's house to Willlston where he has employment. John Ducll has moved to his father's place on Dor set slrm. Theie was no preaching serv ice at the school house Sunday as the pastor, the ltev. o. L. Siory, was unable le be present, but the Sunday "i-linol was held as usual, IS! members attind'ng. HINESBURGR. The londltlon of Mrs. Austin Me Kenzle remains unchangoil. Mrs. James Thurlier of ntirllngton Is visit ing her mother, Mrs. Norton. The lit tle daughter of Mrs. Kate Mngee, who was operated upon for appendicitis, is slowly recovering. Mr.'. Alfred ltllsll ey has beep very 111 tho past week. Mrs. Arthur lilssctt, who has been ill, Ik gaining. Miss Clare Hull leturned from n fine tjjp to Washington. D. C, Tuesday. Mi". Timothy Degree is somewhat bet ter. Miss Mary Dow has leturned to Harre. The Missis May Murray and Mary lirownson returned to Oodilnril Seminary Monday, after the spring vacation. Hoy Oilman nnd Seymour Pierce have returned to tho Fnlverslty of Vermont. Miss McCabe, who teaches In N'ew Jersey, has been visiting her mother. Mr. and. Mrs. Harry Strong have re tuineil from their wedding tilp and nro stopping w-lth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strong. A11I Murray has return ed to Harre. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. n. nway of Fair Haven spent Sunday with rela tives here. Fletcher Andrews, for scv eial days the guest of Clrant Parker, has returned to Hill Huston. Eugene Stiong Is attending business college In Dar lington. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cissldy ,it ti uited the funeral of ,. Si. Wlltets In Darlington Mondaj. COLCHESTER. At twilight Tin sday a large deer wns seen hi SiiiiiI, i land hnllov closely pursued by two hum i h. a fileiully farmer heard their b.iving and with Ills Illicit man ke. lul im r both dogs with n rltlo bullet apl The hounds could not leave thu chase quii k i noiigh and tho deer dlsap pi mi d in safety. HUNTINGTON. Mrs. P. A. Hortou Is better. Mrs. Hur 1'onnhs, who has been visiting Mis. II. i' Kemp, i et in ned to Handolph Friday. Mrs 11. O. Kenynn of Hlneshiirgh Is In tow n - filadys Johnson returned to Ilui llngtnn Monday nfter a week's vacation. WILLISTON. Owing to the small number of pupils In dlslrlct No. 11 no school will lie held there this spring and the teacher, Miss Abble Lawrence, will leach In district No. fi.-MIss Alible Uiwicnco Is Visiting her sister, Miss Ida Liwrence, In Whlto Ither Junction. Miss Kate Tnlcntt fins returned to tcliool In Uarrc Miss Idu Palada Is very III MIbs Mnbel Law rence Is at home from Iliirllngton for vncatlon, as nro tho Misses Mildred Wairen, Jessie Johnson and Helen Clark. Mis. Clark hns a milking machine. Charles .Tohnso Hyren Johnson and Isabel Isham are to have them. A. 13. Head Is building n milk house nt his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson are 111. WESTFORD. It. A. Ferry's horse ham and hen house were burned enrly Sunday morning, nlso both Mr. Perry's horses and everything in the barn except some hens. The ciiuho of the lire is not known. The property was Insur ed for about. $S00. Miss Winifred Itlce, who has been tho guest of Mr, and Mr. O. A. Woe for a few days, hns returned to Htirllnglon. Floyd Hire Is nt home from college for va cation. Miss Mabel Huggles returned to Newport Saturday. Misses Ornce and Lizzie Allen are nt home for n week. The 1idles' Social Circle met with Mrs. 13. It. Whipple Wednesday afternoon. ESSEX. Mr. and Mrs. n j r.ige started for their new home H Models, N. Y., Mon- day. Sugar makers report a ninke of from 1 1-2 to two pounds to the tree so fur. HUNTINGTON CENTER. R. A. Notion'-' sugar house was hurtl ed Wednesday night, April 1 Mrs. It. A Norton is In Harrington N. 11., called there by the Illness of her mother, Mrs. Huzzell. 1- H. Heane has moved to the farm he recently bought. Mils Alice An drews of the liellows Freo Academy H spending vacation with h-r parents, Mr. and .Mrs. John Andrews. CHARLOTTE. Juliana Lane Leavenworth, widow of Henry C. Leavenworth, died Tuesday tilternoon. She was a nitlve of Jericho and was horn on July S ISSil. She Is survived by three sons and two daugh ter.-, Oeorge L. of Trey, N. Y., Hurkc of Missouri, Edgar L. of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs Frank Hlgwood of Wlnooskl and Miss Emma Leavenworth of this town. Th" funeral will be held this nfternoon nt two o'clock. Stanley Hyinainn. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hylngton. Is threatened wllh a fever. Richard Dan Is home from Dartmouth College for a vacation. Ralph H. Smith left Monday for Florida, where he will be engag'd for two months handling produce for Nix Hro. of New York city. Several from here attended the funeral of Ouy Field In Ferrlsburgh Saturday. Miss Emellne Wright, sister of Mrs. Oeorge Root, dinl S.vrday. The remains were teken to Weyhrldge for Interment In the famllv nrd there. Miss Wilght had ben nn .nvilld for several j ears nt Mrs. Root's. William Owen and family of Biratoga, who visited lelatlv-s here. have re turned home. Miss D.i -v Hull has gone to Springfield, Mass. Vis. Rose Ornunds of Montreal Is visiting her sister-in-law Mrs. Joseph Hesette. WINOOSKI. At the annual elecilon of Webster Lodge. No. CI, F. & A. M., Thursday, tin- following o Ulcere were elected: W. M. F. E. Hlgwood; S W.. E. S. Wright; J. W., T. E. Hopkins, treasurer, C. II Shlpni.in; secietary, fj jrge H. Reynolds; S. D., O. W. Kihva- Is; J. D A. It, Ita richer. At the regular annua) meeting of La fayette Hose compjin Wednesduy even ing, the following I re elected officers: Foreman, Charles Harber; first assist ant foreman, Ou.sta .e .Desroches; second asslstnn , IOins Provost; clerk and treasurer, Octa'.e Ilushey; auditors, Al bert Dubiie, T'.om.is Fox and Frank Ignnszewskl; mu police, Albert Duhuc and Thomas Fox . Janitor, Fred Villo ma Ire. William 1'. Dillon,, the 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mis John E. Dillon, sus tained painful Injuries Sunday after noon by falling down the steep embank ment near one of the twin high bridges. Young Dillon with a party of young men visited the gorge and while up the till near the north fnd of tho tlrst bridge, opposite the power station, lost his bal ance nnd fill b.Kkwaid down the em bankment, which is filled with large pkecs of chlppi d stone. He was carried to the power station and Drs.J.W. Shee hiin and A. S. C. Hill summoned. It was found that he had sustained a fracture of the light arm at the wrist, several bad cuts about the head, right foot slightly Injured and badly shaken up. He wns tnken to his home on Weaver street where he was resting comfortably 'Sunday e.ver.lng. Substitute Mall Carrier Francis. Cou ticni.irsli has 0(.,.n appulnted a regular carrier to date from April 13. It is ex pected that this village will then bay one mure I'gulnr carrier making three In all, when it will be possible to give service to the Ksldents of Wlnooskl Heights and niso assist the other two carriers who have hud extra large terri tory to cod r since the free delivery sys tem wnw established. The nnmirtl village metlng was held In Corporation hall last eenlng nnd as prophesied !u yeM, rda's paper was ex citing, Hie elei thin of trustee being warmly contested In all wards. The sathering was called to order by Modern lor II. N, Deavltt and the warning read. Upon the motion of ..mils Mongeon It wan voted to accept the reports of tho various village otllcers as printed. It was voted to i m tnpt the ,-remen from paying a village '.oil tax. and to pay all taxes directly to the village treasurer. Artlcln four to sen what provision the village will make for water for lire pro tection wns dismissed. The petitions fur electric lights from residents asking for lights at comer West Allen and Weaver streets, Malletts liny avenue near Jacob Morrison's resd denis), head of Weaver's lane, East Spring street near Porter screen olllce, upper Werner street and at the till on Franklin stieet, Wlnooskl Heights, wete ordered refeircd to the village trustees. It was voted to maintain a pollen force ot two men A sum of IXo was voted to maintain the new Wlnooskl public library, nnd D. n. Sullivan, whose term as library trustee for one year Imd ex pired, was un itdniouhly re-elected to servo for live years. Considerable aigiimeut was hud on the question of raising a tax. F. L. (iraves moved that n tn of 70 cents be raised. Hector lliianl amended the motion mak ing the amount Co cents. An aye and nay rule was taken i the amendment and lost. A slniilu- vote on the motion was also hist. Remarks were made by E. II. !1orton ni.d I. N. Deavltt after which Frank I: Hlgwood moved that CO cents be raised. This was voted nlmost unnnlmoiisly. Tho vlllnge nflleers elected were: Mod erator, 11. N Deavltt; village president, P. 11. Chlenlne ,-ierk, D F. O'.Sulllvnn; trustee, south ward, William Mongeon; east ward. Patrri MeCiieevy; west want, Phillip Chnsicmiy; water coinnils sinner for three years, F. Edward Al lard; nudltois, iborge T flraves, Edward II. llorton Hi, (Icnige II Cnuclioil, EAST CHARLOTTE Mrs, F A inch of Huiilllfrton with her children , visiting lier muonte, Dr nnd Mrs. Vnrney. Mrs. Wlnfleld Scott Is III with the grip -Peter Htney nns received wont of the serious lib neSH from lllieiltllonlll nf Ills nn Hi- John Stacy, In Springfield, Mass. Em mons i mm has gone to West Pntilon to work In a creamery. Ills family will lemalli In Chill-lotto for the pies ent. Miss Clnra St. y hns returned home after n weett'4 tnv lives In Hurllngton. -Tho condition at .iirs. ,i. Avery Harris, who Is critically 111 with pneumonia, remnlnw iinnlinnmnl. Her daughter, Miss ( mrii llorrlfi, who has been III rill winter Is sllll cotilliied tn her bed. The Rev. E. It. Mnrrls of Iiriuporl nnd Charles Harris of Mld dlebiir.V were In hero by the ilangetoiin Illness of their moiner iinnert, the youngest child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rurtoti, caught one fin ger n n wash wringer Monday morn ing, the end holm; nearly severed. ' Miss Ren.a Johns nri-lved boinr- Mnn. tiny from a 10 days' visit In New Yoik and Philadelphia. Louis OhIct Is at home fiom Montpnller for a week. Mrs. Anna Shepherd Is III with pleurisy. Tho schools will reopon Monday. 1-3. II. Con verse returned homo Monday from sev eral dnys' visit with relatives In Noith Ferrlsburgh -O. W. Prlndle hns Installed a new gasoline cnglno on his farm. Road Commissioner H. II. Claxton was In Hiirllngton Wednesday to attend the county road meeting. The death of Mu J. A. Ilartls occurred Tuesdiy evening after n two weeks' Illness with pneu mon'o. The funeral will bo held from her late homo Friday morning at eleven o'clock. MILTON. Rcrt Miles and Miss Katie Bullock were married nt tho residence of the brldu s mother, Mrs. Mary Rullock, Thursday evening by the Rev. M. H, Ryan.- The second degree, was conferred on 10 candidates at Odd Fellows' hall Fri day evening by the Richmond lnd,re and the third degree by the Hurllng ton lodge. About 7.1 were present from the vlsltinp: lodges and were met nt the stntton and escorted to the lodge rooms by tho local lodge whore a ban quet was served followed by the de gree work, the visitors returning home on tho late trnln. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. II. Fuller were In East Georgia Sunday to see Mr. Fuller's sister, Mrs. Caro line Hyde, who Is very 111. Mrs. Jane Flynn Is visiting her son, Wllllnm Flynn, In Alburgh. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. D. Parker and daughter of Richmond spent Monday nt his father's, Charles Parker. Misses Ornce Kennedy and Lena Holmes nnd ITlr.im Skeels are at home from R. F. A., Fairfax, for vaca tion. Mrs. II. J. Sturgesr has rented rooms In tho Olnwood and will move there soon. Mrs. Clnra Rogers nttend cd the funeral of her uncle, Alson Wit ters In Hiirllngton Monday. Mrs. Leo nora (Iraves. who has been 111, Is some what Improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. A Pratt arrived Mon day after spending the winter in Crescent City, Florida. Mrs. It. II. Her man has returned from New York. Men from Hurllngton are painting the Interior of the Methodist Church. Charles Ryan, who ha-s been spending his vacation with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. M. H. Ryan, hns returned to the F. V. M. In Hurllngton. A supper will he served nt the Congregatlonnl vestry Friday even ing. Mrs. George Mlnckler nnd Miss Grace Holmes passed Tuesday in West ford. II. A. Smith is confined to thn house with nn attack of the grip and Mrs. Smith Is 111 with lumbago. Mrs. Julia Hall of South Hero Is visiting her brother, II. It. Fuller, and her sister. Mrs. Hyde, at East Georgia. Joseph Murray hns bought the John Murray farm near Snake hill. MILTON BORO. School will commence Monday with Miss Pratt as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Aloii7o Graves left for Hnston Monday. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dlalsdell Is hetter. Mrs. Maud Hogaboom and children have returned home. Hay Is very scarce and commands n good price. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Illake of St. Al bans were guests of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Hlnke, over Sunday. WEST MILTON. The nur.c,whn has been caring for Mrs. H. A. Granger has returned to Hurllng ton and Mrs. Parrott has taken her place. Mrs. S. A. Costello has returned home after spending the winter with her daughter at Milton Roro. ESSEX CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. 13. J, Warner have been called to Ftica, N. Y., by the death of Mrs. Warner's brother. Mrs. William llantey and son, Clifford, were called to Hurllngton Tuesday by the death of Mrs. Hanley's nelce.Mrs. l-3a gati George Ay ( is will work at the Hrown river cream fry. The Ladles' Aid will meet to-day imd serve dinner at the Methodist Church nt twelve. UNDERHILL CENTER Frank Flvnn fell from a pile of lumber Friday and was very badly Injured, both legs being broken nt the ankle, besides sustaining severe bru's. s Lizzie Gar rett lias returned from the fanny Allen hospital whero she his been for six weeks undergoing tieatment. li. .1. Mar low nnd family of Hnston are with his father, Francis Mai low. A big, husky hobo of the regulation type stopped at the house of Michael Carvage one night last week and asked for something to cat. A supper was provided for him, but evidently it was not to his t.iste for he began throwing nbout the food and dishes. At this Juncture Mr. Carvnge took exceptions to the antics of, his guest, and nfter a few vigorous kicks, pitched him out of doors. Notwithstand ing the poor sugar season thus far, A. H. Pollard has made three hundred gal lons of syrup Mrs. CelU Flynn will teach tho spring term of school tn dis trict No. 3, and llernadette Mattlmore In No. 11. Mrs. Mary Schoolcraft has returned from Hurllngton. Emllv Flynn Is tn teach tn Jericho tills spring. V. It. Hoyil has returned from a week's visit with relatives In Or.uiltevlllc. The Rev. O. I,. H.irnard, pastor of tho Methodist Mirlcty, preached his farewell st rnion Sunday.-13. C. Itos of Morris villc passed Sunday with his mother, Mrs. T. C. Ross, 1. J Hrown came Sal- lilday from Hyde Park. Mass, to his farm here to pass (he summer months. Mrs. Sherman Cochran of Willlston Is visiting nt Jacob Cochran's. JONESVILLE. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Daniel Preston have re turned from California. Miss Emma Ed wards of Hurllngton patsed Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ed wards. Mrs. Edwnrd Crandnll Is better. School commenced Mondey with Miss Nash nf Jericho and Miss Alger of Jones- vlllo as tenchers. JERICHO CENTER. Miss Florence Hleknell hnR returned to her school In Wlnthrnn. Miisr. Mrs J W. Hart and Mrs, Leon llnll aro 111. .Miss llolen Ho gor returned s.itur. day to hor Bchool In Harre. Tho v- tago scnooi opened Monauy and tlie high school Tuesday Tho Nashvlllo school opened Tuesday with Mrs, E. If. Munn us teacher. Charles Morrfii of the tr. V. M. Is spending Ills vaca tion at home. Mrs, Carl Hay nnd son of Hurllngton nro visiting at Ilert Hrown's. The funeral of George M. .Stiles of Morrlsvllli! was held at Jhe church hero Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. J. K. Williams of Pencham, a former pastor, officiating. The Interment wns In the family lot In the cemetery nt this vil lage. Mr. Stiles wns u life-long resident, of this town until his icmovnl to Mor rlsvllln about eight jears ago and was actively Identified with tho church nnd the community life hero. Henry (1. Stiles of Tottenrvllle, N. V., Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ransom nnd Miss Loj-naehtin of Hrattleboro, John Stiles of Mlddle bliry, Wlnlleld Stiles of Alburgh (Hid Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Wnters of Huillngtoii and Mrs. Charles Wilder of Morrisvillc were among those from out of town lo attend the funeral. The Rev. S. H. Hnr num attended the meeting of the Con megatlonnl club nt Hurllngton Wednes day. A. C. Hasklns returned from Cali fornia Wednesday. -The village schools began this week with the same teacher ns last term. UNDERHILL. The next meeting nf tho W. R. C. will he held Monday evening. Mrs. W. C. Jackson of Jericho visited Mrs. M. C. Hale Tuesday Miss Hazel Knight and Miss olive Hnyden have returned to Hurllngton to resume their work nt the F. V. M. Verne Green of Richmond was the guest of R H. Metcalf a few days last week -Mrs. M. C. Hale and Mrs. Hoyt Kinney nre recovering from an at t:uk of the grip. FRANKLIN COUNTY. MONTGOMERY. Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Meth odist Church held a sugar nartv vester- day afternoon nt Elwnrd Pratt's sugar house. Misses Dorothy and Lucy Parker and Amy Goodspeed have returned to Montpeller Seminary. Mrs. C. L. Hutch Ins hns returned from Roston. William Hnrmotlc. returned to Roston Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rnrher are the par ents of an Infant daughter. Harry Frazer of Cohoes. N. Y., was In town over Sunday, visiting his cousins, Kate and Max Sampson. . .rs. Jessie (Klm buln) Klttredge of Hardwick is visiting relatives here. 8T. ALBANS. The case of State vs. Frank C. Gillette of Hurllngton for alleged perjury grow ing out of the Taft divorce case, was Thursday disposed of by being nol press fd. At the annual meeting of Franklin Lodge, No. 4, F. & A. M., the following officers were elected: Worshipful master, Wllllnm Dooblr; senior warden, A. Clin ton Kent; Junior warden, Frank L. Rob bins; treasurer. Henry C. Pomeroy; sec retary, Safford 1-3. Thorp; trustee, .Milton S. Iiostwlck. The Installation will tako place Thursday evening. The death of John H. Ryan occurred at his home on Thomas street shortly be fore noon Sunday of a general break ing down of the system after an Illness of six months. Mr. Ryan was 72 years old and had been a resident of this city for the past 13 years, moving hero from Fairfield to assume his duties as deputy collector of customs, which position he held at the time of his death. The most of Mr. Ryan's life -was pa-ssed in Fair field, where honored and respected by all he held about every office !n the gift of his townspeople, and was twice town representative. Resides a wife he Is sur vived by six children: Wllllnm n. Rynn. who is vice-president nnd gene-al man ager nf the Tahatintepec railway of Mexico; Thomns R. Ryan, general freight agent of the Mexican Central railway; Mrs. W. H. Shea of New York; Mrs. C. G Gardner of Mount Vernon. N. Y.; Mrs. S. W. Fllnn and Mrs. J. Arthur Rogers of this city. The case of State vs. Frnnk Martin of Swanton, charged with grand larceny wns finished Saturday evening when the Jury returned a verdict of not gulltyj Martin wns charged with the stealing of a large quantity of shells, shot and lead, from the P.obln Hood Ammunition company. in the case of H. S. Newton vs. Owen Marron the Jury brought In a verdict that the plaintiff recover 133.53 nnd his costs In this case Newton sued Marron for damages alleged tn have been sustained In an accident on the highway, when the hitter's automobile frightened tho former's horse. The Rodney Wh ttemore farm located on the Sheldon road, and accounted one of the best In this section, was sold Siturday to Edward A. Curtis of Georgia. The farm embraces 330 acres and tho price which Included all stock and tools was (HO'l.M Mr. Curtis will tnko posses sion at once. The grocery firm of Merrltt f: Poise has been dissolved. Mr. Merrltt havinn bought Mr. Pease's Interest. The firm has been In business on South Main street for 20 yeirs. nnd is dissolved on account of Mr. Pense's health. A case of diphtheria has ben dis covered In the St, Albans hospltil. the pitlent being Mtss Lulu Lloyd, one of the nurses In training. The hospital has been thoroughly fumigated and every precaution taken ngalnst a spread of the disease. A strict quarantine Is being maintained and for the present no visitors nre allowed. High water nnd anchor ice obstructing the power plant nt Fairfax falls Satur day caused a good deal of Inconvenience here Hint evening to users ot power and lights. The schedule of the St. Albans stteet railway was entirely thrown out. nnd trips to both St. Albans biy and Swanton were very erratic. The electrln light service was the cause of much annoyance to all users, and many makeshifts were resorted to by merchants to get enough light fo- their stores, Edward Herger, employed as freight bmkcmnn on the Central Vermont rall wny, fell from the top of a car nt St. Armand Satuuliy morning nnd was bad ly shaken up and Injured. He was til ought to this city on the express and taken to the hospital, where he was said to be doing well Sunday. Herbert M Hullett will move his fam ily to Enosbtirgh Fnlls this week. The locnl postofflce receipts for the year ending April 1 were 2!),4I.J7, nn In crease of J2.13l.40 over the preceding yer. Frank Merrjll, who has been visiting In this city, left Sunday for Hoston whence he sails for San Jose, Costa Rica, where he Is trainmaster of tho Northern railway. The case of Stntn vs. Ira llcvlns and A, Clay of Fairfax, charging cruelty to anlninln, was taken up Monday tn Franklin county court. The entire panel of Jurors wns oxhnusted and several talesmen drawn before a satisfactory Jury was obtained, Tho State's side of tho case wns In nt the close of the day and tended to show thnt tho respondents had cruelly and brutally treated an old row, by drngglng her over the roinch roods when she bilked, tenrlng great patches of skin nnd flesh off her sides and tearing her bag nearly off, besides pounding tho poor creature with sled stakes, Word has been received of the diath of N. E. Jennlson Saturdny in south ern California. Mr. Jennlson, who wns until a year ago general purchasing HKflit of the Chhngo. Httrlington A Qultiry rnllroad, resigned his position .on necoiint of p,,r,,. health nnd rnmo bnck to tho old home farm in the hope of being beliefitted. (In did not Im prove, however, and Inst fall went to California. Ho was nhont 53 yenri old and Is survived by a v.lfo and three sons. "Not guilt v" wnt tlie verdbt returned Tuesday bv tlie jury In the rase, of State vs. Ira Ib-v-lns and E. A ( tnv of Fnltfnx Tills was a fnse rharglng cruelty to nnlmnls and from nl! tin rir cuinstRnces surrounding the rase a -on vlctlnn was expected. In the d -r-ease of Mrs. Nancy A Coddlnir Jntnes M. Codding, n bill was grief' on the ground ot desertion for t! rcc rn secutlvo years. The divorce ci r 0f Mrs. Anna E. Martin vs. Rufus M Ma' tin wan heard, and decision r- -rvr Fire destroyed n dwelling ii ti" on Fairfax strert, Just outsile t ty limits Tuesday night. The d- i ,c i responded promptly to the alarri- r e fact that the roof fell n liefot. ir--men could reach the scene sho . : hnf the fire had been going ome m. i, fore It wns discovered. The 1 iis wa too far from the water main tr bi- f n hose do any good. r, a huckM i !g d was formed and the barn and o .ib . "Prgi saved. The loss Is about Jl 2 up - i Insurance of JTA The proper! is nwnM by Archi- Lapnn nnd had he.--- nr-ijr' by a family named Hemlngwiv J' understood that the family wer- 1 possessed yesterday for non-payment r rent An investigation may he he'd as f tho caue of tho tire, as there seem to be some suspicious circumstances about It. The case of State vs. Fnd Cnmp-Se'l and Arthur Vlnceletie changed wt i grand larceny, In stealing I 'd. s n-l skins from the Central Vermont raltwav last February Is now belne tried in Franklin county court In t o .bvorco case of Anna E. Martin vs. Rufus N Martin, a bill was granted for Intoler able severity. Martin It app ars did "' take kindly to his wife an t onlv sa I with her two days after tl wedipre He then fled with mint her w -ns- James Mack wns yesterdn .- nrrfiignef In city court charged with i second o' fense of Intoxication. He was convtcied nnd fined J13 and cosU. Tn his ills iinre Mack claimed to have bought I 's II i inr In Hoston nnd was -fmandei' t . i'l while his claim was being investigate 1 SWANTON. E. N. Carter, superintendent of ti e Sf Johnsbury and Swanton fish .latcher'es. was In town Thursday, returning to St. Johnsbury Fnday morning Every thing is bflng put in readiness for pike propogatlon as soon s the river Is fre of ice and the lish begin rjnning up the Misslsquoi which Is close -it hand Sores changes and improvements have t -i-1 made In the hatchery on a plan "iuip -ed by Superintendent Carter In reas ng the capacity ,i hundred Jars and provl -Ing more tank room win -h w.r. grea' facilitate the work. There ate r.iw wo hatching batteries, so called, of TO jars each. The Cygnet has Wn i-i ,r el and the machinery Is underg ing im up by Ivdward Slsco, englnefr r- t , boat for the past three y.irs l e g , lino boat Heron Is also being -'lac d i order by Lee Foreman. The va-io-s small boats nre all In order and 'he h'g nets used In the river and lake work ar. undergoing overhauling by Washington Keenan, foreman of tho fishing gangs. Mr Gleuson for 20 years In the govtrr ment fish culture service hns been at t hatchery several weeeks and Mr Co In charge during the absence nf Super tendent Carter. The Ice is out f t -rher as far down as Rood's island half way to the mouth, ard :. ' w t ! open In places. As soon n t' e ! e l c out tho fleet will go down . n i t ,e ls ing grounds be plu-' 1 n orj. A' f annual village, sc' ! n - t l.g I' An derson was eleeb : ',. . . I ' s f as a member of th- ool ' .1 i term of thteu yeti'S R. u St . wns elected moderab i S II V i clerk; li H. BInki 'nafurer ' Noley. collector, and M W T: i , I O. Sturtevant und A. '1. W. -'-r tors. A tn.x of 70 cents on tl I " ir s voted. The matter of p- v .'i " r- room for certain overcrow le 1 pr. imms left to the school committee K M Proiuy is Improving-. Two app.Ic.ul' i .i have been received by the board for "rst class licenses and four for second class The commissioners have orgnn'ni-d electing H. C. Stilphen chairman i ' secretary and fees have beer placed Jl.OnO for first .'-lass license nil $1 'n-i f r second class. Conductor Evirsoii i ' t e Canada Atlantic division, wtio la., bp r running between Hawkesburj n"l i , Robertson, Is to come back to ' t. rn r run hetwfen Swanton nnd Cot. in M y and Cii'i'lm-tor Mnrsh will return t ( -tawa. Glasgow and Chilton, two c r dl.in fishermen, whose flsl Ing f"s h were '.eld up me again busy wit c r big nets off the mouth of the m a branch of Misslsquoi river. Postmaster Hall savs the re.-cl t the Swanton postofllcc for ti e pf i l 12 months ending March 31 s' .w n crease of 14 per cent, over Lis' t Rw anion's tlrst pntmnster was Jo n Hut t on, who was an arluit ml , t War of 1M2 Mrs. Charles r '-s who has been pnsslng tie w ' 'er Phllllpsburg, where her husband Is foreman In the marble plant ' is r" turned to Swanton and opened tbf t house on Spring street Mrs H. c Hnrnes will move to Rurlingtnii sun an will reside with her daughter liri" A. G. Webter Is overhauling his p w r boat Hornet. Frank She! Ion his r turned to Newton flails Tl e l' i c schools opened yesterd.iv Mr R s moving Into T. S. Habhttt s house -Thomas Kelley Is remocVlIng the Be' r don house which he hns purchased an 1 will move In as soon as the Improve metits are completed. At the close of the monthly devotloinl meeting of the King's Daughters Olrclo at the home of Mrs. C. E. Allen Monday evening a memorial service was held n honor of Mrs H C. Sheldon Hymrs were read and tributes of appreciation were ulvcn by Mrs. A. I Cross, leader of the circle, followed by Mis. E Sutei Miss Rogers, Mrs. C. C. Fletcher M'-s C. 13. Allen. Mrs. W. 13. Tobln nnd Mrs C. S. Suter. a letter of sympathy from Mrs. Denny, State secretary or the n. der, was rc.id by Mts. T). G. Fonuan -Misslsquoi liver Is clear of Ice between the village and the lake and the Ushhu gang from the hatchery went down to the seining ground Tuesd.iv with nets nnd outfit. Miss Inn Houghton Is teach ins In the villago schools during the Illness of Miss Cheesninn The tlrst nnnunl meeting of the Missis quo! Yacht club was hold nt the nttlco of Dr. Haff Tuesday evening and tha otllcers under which the club was organized last summer were reelected. They are: Commodore, 1-3. K Smith, vice, commodore, Homer Hrown, renr-com-modoro, C. H. Newell, secretary and treasurer, C. C, Fletcher. A good number were present and much enthusiasm w i shown over the bright pro'-lie' ts for 1m 1 power bontlng this season I wns vrtrd to liavo a pennant (or the club and