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BURLINGTON. VT., THURSDAY, APRIL (, 11)08. NUMBER 42. HAPPENINGS IN T. Local Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES Tie Wlnooskl Vnllcj-, Villages Vf North I'riim the Island In (lie I, like to the I'lissnnipsle, Alont; Otter Crcejfc mill hy the Shores of White Jllver Cohered liy Spe cial Correspondents ADDISON COUNTY BRISTOL. Mr- T. n-iio li. Hi-oiks 1 up i. died Fri,ln i eg i' w th i .it an h S " I' .,ves besides hot- wife of Frank 'wning after u Of tile Stomach. husband, two In - in rf- Fiank H. Riooks of Anthony, K. :inl William of Cldvvnt, r Knns., .till ..ru . -.t.-r. M'- (i V HiW.urd of M. v .I iv Sin v..i nuir.e-tl to Mr. A ii 1 i ..7 an,' w i l-i Ihi' millinery hu- - if w.t-- The funeral was ' 1 . I ivir M-mlay afternoon at . I , -Hem Miller of Starksboro n it ' i iridn ,n his sugar woods, n tl it nig1 t. Kdward Mailer of v - in town culled hero hy tin; ' ncs nf Ills bmther. William. M li i Palmer Is tenoning In Prooks i 'i W.ijnp Rosworlh mi at linnie fr n Mddlobur.v College over Sundav. r i' Tohin lias boon visiting her 1. ' li Mlddlebury tin- p i't week. A. i; Wr i-' t i n-, matin .VO pounds of sugar frui, r." tr -, Mr" S. r.tli Dunn. aged sn yeats, died a' liei '.'.mi' on Maple street Monday afternoon from old age. She was the w Ion .f Thomas nunn. a Civil Wai Jior and leaves throe sons, John, who 'ii i .i Solid, Rnnsnm of Oakland, C ' .lid Anins. who resides here. The f ii' i I was hold at tho house vestorday nrtf-jioi.r. at two o'clock. A. C. 3 ko nbn n Injnti-d In the railroad n 'd 1 at orgonnos In Pi comber. IT""!, I us ttvd with the rnllioid oompanv. Tie srh ml d'rootors nf tho union haw s I Superintendent Kddy's salary ' 'Hii ?;.- to $1,350 a year. Tho high ,s ami prize speaking contest will hp held April :t Willi W contestants. W. II Hfiiitpf a'ld Mrs. Klmor Rennett nf Now II Mr wpro guests of H. P. Shorwln and i, mi iv TupmIiij; -Mrs. Alice Ramos has r ipl' d t i her homo In Swanton after n sit hrro of two wppHs Gforup a' liomn from a work with r Iiurl'nKtnn. I.pwIs l.niiointp Hit and Monday and Tuesday. Mrs C K. Munslll and daughter. M nriottf, rrturncd frnm Klorid.i Mnii dtiy Mhoro thoy pas-sod thn winter William Mnher died at his lmmo on North street Tiii"-rlny nlftltt after a lotip l'lries Id. was a son of Andrew Malir and had heen In the employ of JI (' i; Bristol as ,i shoemaker for pfwr.V .ar- The funeral will he I i d i' St Amhrose I'hureh Crlduy rnorno jr at ten o'eloek. The fitnerftl ff Mr Sarali Ihuui was held at Hie hm Wednesday afternoon The Hov, W' M m Millar olllei.ited. The hearers wrrr C A Danforth. I". II. Palmar, W Wi'son. Olln Wlnjf and Inter ment was in Greenwood eemetery. Mrs. Kzra Urnlnard and daughter nf MMiI flmr have hi en vlsltlntr In town thr past wi ek W. A. Lawrence wns In IP r'liiKton Tuesday Potatoes are hrltiKii : fir. i ents a htishel for shlp plnu I.erny Neal nf the Plrst N'a tlona' haul: Is passing a two weeks' vacation 'it his home In Philmont, .V. V Tlie Outlook rlub will meet with Mrs Sncdoti April 24. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Mrs Knot h Vnnnif. who has heen pass im; the past week with Mrs. Mary Youiif has i ei urneil to her daushter'a In Itristol Mrs fleorue Norton of Chl ropee I'-alls, Maf-s , and Mr. and Mrs. Aldacr Jackman of Lincoln spent Sun dav at David Follanshoe's Walter llut ter'leld of Lincoln Is tearhlnK in the II llshoroiiKh illstriet -Miss Edith Murl Imrt ul'l teach In the tlnunds district. Mis I'nnk rirvls Is ill .Mr and Mrs. Tiavld I,n fa vet to visited at ndwln Put terflidd's ir Lincoln Siind.o .-Mrs. Hct Key I'Xsiltlno of lirlstol passed a week witn her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (rc wn NORTH FERRISBURGH. Tie Rev Althur H. Potter left T i' day for Saratoga to attend confer Pn Mr and Mrs. Arthur Henry aro parii if a daiiKlitnr horn a few days t"o M and Mrs. Itoss MuJiy have an Ii fn t ion John llutchlnsnn has return d ir Ad''isr,) after vIsltliiK at Carlos Mat i Mrs Waller Lewis , and rlHiiK 'e ave iiturned frnm a month In Cat toil. N y Mrs. S. It. Martin lias rone to Hot.e, for a short visit, LINCOLN. The Jtr i; p Wills has one to Bnatoua t i attend Trov confeience. At riospect ririiniio Kalurday hIkIU, theto tv ru several visitors piesent, Mr. and Mm. Cain of .Malone, x. y, Mr. tind Mrs Klliott of Hhelhmne, Mr. and Mrs. Plain tiinl Mr and Mis. Spr.iKue of lirls tol and Miss Cyntlila fiove of I'errls. IhiikIi Hchool at the Center comuienied Monday with Miss Murrlll Jackman as teacher Thoie will be Master exeiclHPH lit tin- Methodlht t.'liurch Sunday.- Mrs, Lena I 'drill of Itandolpli u vI-IUiir lier biothci 1, K holies. BRIDPORT. M ss Auiiian. Held sis retuty for home missions, spolco in the CougreKalional 'liurcli Sunday miirnln. .Mrs. P , i-.'hlrldKe Is recoveilni? from her Illness, Mrs, c I, Wiiik, ho Iihh his'ii III n ned, Is much better U ' (irnsvennr rontlniics In feehlr condition There win hi MrvWs nt the vesttj Pridav after noon April 17 Hnrry Orosvenor tav r. turntd from Albany. VERMON NEW HAVEN. Jllss Kate ."anhorti Is ill vth pneu monia -A P. Iloseoe, w ho has heen roll fined to the house hy Illness for threo weeks, Is aide to ride out. A caucus wilt he held 111 the town hall Saturday even ing to elect delegates to he district and State com eiitlon. Several from here at tended the funeral of Mrs. I". I. Ward In Hristnl Mnndiy.-Il I inputted that V. M. Ileneilirt has hotiElit the lCmlly Dextei liousi'. ltoad Commissioner Pal has commenced repairing the roads. Nine tiams wen- drawing pravel Tuesday. -The champion hear hunters have returned from Warren. Mrs, Sarah WINnn was the Riiest of Mrs. 1. J. Kvorost over Sunday. SHOREHAM. Mrs John Olivette died of typhoid fever Tuc-dav . tra HarrihRtoti suffered a shock Sundio morning. Two sisters. Mis. Plemnnnc of Orwell and Mlfs llar ilnjrton of Cron Point, ate helpln? care for him --Lena. datiKhter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lavalley, Is seriously III with typhoid few- J Jr. Mary Piatt and Miss Winifred Parr are passim; the week In Huston.-Mrs Ancle VnitKhn of Hollows Palls Is a kucsi .it Dr. Howard's. Miss Catlln and P. II, Moore are pass ing a few we. ks at Atlantic City as miests of Miss Catlln's brother, GeorK" Callin. The t hank-olTorlnK meetlnc nf thn W. II. M. P will he held Apill 2! at Mrs. Kiln W Baldwin's. Tho heavy winds the past week did much damage nl'out town. ADDISON. Sihools hefran Monday. The teachers In this part of the town are Mrs. Van Akin and Heaumell Hurd at the corners, Tannic Sears at th" Chappel corners and Mrs. Pettlhone ill the Willmarth district. Tlii- C. It. It. soidety was entertained at I. L Wi'dinarth's Friday evenlni; when hot maple suRiir was served, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Clark of Australia I in town lor the rummer. Mr. Clark wis a foimer Addison hoy hut lias been en KiiKed In tlie sheep business In Australia for nearly 3i years. Clarence Ilenedict and family have returned from the north of the State, where they have been visit ing for the last month They ate now at M. 15. Hunks's. -Paster exercises will lie hfid in tlie church Sunday.- H.itold Crane wns In Salisbury over Sunday, the Kuest of Carlton Jones. Miss Lucy P.iluur is teaehini; In Kast Mlddiehmy. VERGENNES. Charles Newton, who has been an inmate of the Waterl'iiry Insane Asy lum for live years, evrapiil about a week ugti. After wandering aliout lie llnally maile his appearance nt the home of his lirother, Fred Newton, at Mlddlohui. When lie arrived there Ills feet were so badly frozen that ho was unable to wear shoes and said that the only thliiK he had eaten from the time of his escape was two doughnuts. Saturday he was accompanied to this station by Fred Newton and met by his brother. Kdward Newton, who took him to his home In Panton. It Is fear ed that serious results will foll.iw from thr hardships tlie unfortunate man un derwent. Miss Draco K. KhiRslnnd, who visited Mrs. (Joorce Kirk of Hut land the past week, has returned home. The sudden de.ith from heart failure of Karl P. Harrinston occurred Tues day niorninK at his home In Ashliind, X. H. Mr. Harrington was horn In Wey. bridge and was the son of the late Judge Oem-Rc L. HnrrinKton of that town and the brother of John A. Harrington of this city. Tlie latter with his mother, Mis. Pmma Harrington of Weytirldge and sis ter, Miss Lucy W. Harrington of Rut land, left yesterdav morning for Ash laud to attend the funeral to lie held there to-day. Resides thee relatives Mr. Harrington Is suivhed by a wife. Miss Murle luirrnughs. who was called here to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Solon Hurroiighs, has returned to Rurllngton. II. F. Reach is attending Troy conference at Saratoga. N. V. Channlug Williams Is visiting in Mld dlebury. An artesian well on Chester Shei man's place has .lust been drilled by J. W. Williams of Rurllngton that fur nishes about in gallons nf water per minute. Mrs. i yrus Horsford of Char lotte Is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Croshv. Jf. 1. Pall, delegate from the Ferr.s hurgh Methodist Church, and II. F. Reach, delegate ftom the Panton church, have gone to Snratnga, N, V.. to attend the meeting f the laymen nf Troy con ference to elect lay delegates to the gen eral conference. The Independent Read ing Circle will meet Thursday afternoon, rtprll !;2, with Mrs. A T. limit h. Donald and Josephine, children of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Rarton, who have been 111 with scarlet fever, have so far recovered as to he out of danger. Joseph LeRoetif of Proctor visited Ills father. C. L. l.eRocuf, j csterday. GRANVILLE. Horace Hook is ill W. J. Carpenter has finished work for Dr Rice and re turned to Nortlitleid Herman Foul of this place and Miss Myra Carpenter of West CJInver were married In West Glo ver March 31 .Mrs. F. H. Sprague of Hancock Is caring for her sister, Mrs, Walt'cr Conies.Mi-s. Frank Ford has It-turned from White River Junction, where nil has been the past week with her nlstrr. Mrs. Amos Phelps, who has Ijeep seriously 111 hut Is much better. John Ford and Rose Whiting went to Warren last week tn attend the funeral of Robert Iong Frank and Annie Wil ton were in llralnt.ee Sunday. Mrs I'veral Farr Is In Rnstnn.-C. C. Hub baid Is In South Woodstock this week -Jerome French of Rralntree was In town Sunday. CORNWALL. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Ixine have returned from an extended visit In New york and Riooklyn. Frank S. Foote and daughter attended the comvrt in Hur- llngton Tuesday night. Mrs. Payne has. returned homo after two wei-ltH with her sister, Mrs. Hauford. Whooping cough still prevails in town. LARRABEE'S POINT. Mrs. William Rockwell and son. P.CT tlutn. of Plulnlli.'ld, N. y, ute stoppluif it 11. V. Ilurlelgli's Miss Fiuiioes Wes li has if till lied t her school In Ilruti Ion - II. W Uuili'lgh ii'liiined Hulurday fluln New Voik vlt . Si hool opened Monday of this week with .Miss Nellie Wls-ell of Shorehaiu us teacher W. G. Lanabee lias !n chickens frnm one hutch or eggs. Waller lluilelgli has had two batches hatch 7.1 In one and 175 In the other- The high wind Frldnyand Ssiturdin dew down II W Hurlelgh's windmill and llnlehert tfci last nf thi Ic in tho lak- JVIIDDLEBURY. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Crosier of Prattle, horo and Mrs. Walter Alexander of West llruttlelioro, who haw been visiting Mr. and Mis. C. K, Harris, have returned to their homes Dr. W, J. White has re turned from Michigan. Harry l". Lee ha gone to Cleveland, Ohio, where he lias a position with a large wholesale concern us bookkeeper. Harry Cobb has re turned to Proctor. The cattle shipment Monday consisted of four carloads for tlu Huston market and one double decker for tlie New Voik market. There will he services In SI Stephen' Cliutch every evening this week; Good Friday thn three hours' devotion from 12:00 to p. in. Illshop Hall will preach ut hnth morning and evening services Master day. On Thursday evening the choir will lender selections from Staluer's oratorio, 'Tho Crucillxtion." Monday, market day, eggs biouglit 1." cents and huttcr St to 2H cents.-John Thompson of Nw York city s visiting relatives In town for thft first time in sir years. Mrs. O. F. ltnlley of St. Paul. Minn., formerly MKs lielli Forest nf M lildlehury, Is In town fcr a month's visit with relat ves, after an absence nf Id jeais. She s acenmpanWl hy her two young dnughters. Jessie Hopkins, who has been cniplovori In Rut land for past year, has returned and In tends to lemaln here, The following visitors are In town: John Weston oj Glens Falls, N. V.. Prank Pattalng Sullv of S.in Francisco, Cat , F. It. C.oddard of New Tork city. William II McC.mtra of Spt Ingfleld. Mass., and f banning Will Isms of Vergeni.es - Mrs. M K. Monro s In New Yoik cltv for a two weeks visit. A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Small Saturdav. Mis. William Kent has gone to tluj Fanny Allen hospital at Rurlington to undeigo all operation. The W C. T. I, will meet with Mrs. Dyer Fridav after noon at three o'clock.-Miss Rertha Keen; has leturned from the Mary Fletcher hospltil at Rurlingtnn. where she has heen for treatment.-Mrs. lvtta Mead Is moving Into the Thomas liu,-kloy house which she purchased.-John Rui ns ha recovered from his Illness. Mrs. P. W. Reekwith left Tuerjny for Terra Haute, tnd to visit her parents. Allen Calhoun has t. turned from Montpeller, whole he anil his wife were railed hy the illness of their daughter. She Is somewhat better hut Mrs Calhoun will remain longer. Mrs. Kzra Rralnerd and daughter are vls'tlng relatives In New Haven and lirlstol. !nne SI' iplrn and sens. Henry and David, went to New York city Tuesday for a week's stay. l'inies L. Hall, who his been in the Soldiers' Home In Pennington since October, returned Monday and will take his old place as gardener for Col. Thud M chapman fn- the summer. Han y Warner has put his new launch on the liver and it tuns well. He built the whole thing except the engine. John Oarl.irid has leturned to Monkton. Kd ward Vennii of Montpelier has entered the employ of George Kidder as a baker. MONKTON RIDGE. School opened Monday with Kvnlln Geary of Hristnl as tcncher.-Snphlu. Shepnid is in poor health. Mrs. Van celette is sun confined to the house, with rheumatism MIsh Mary Miles has one hundred chickens and the incubator set again. Miss Dean, tocher of the Horn school, was the guest of Mary Miles over Sunday. Mi. and Mis. Nathan Pay-go weie ghen a surprise Saturday afternoon when a goodlv number of their iieiiihbors called, lemlndlng them that it was the anniversary of their marriage. Refreshments were served and they won ptetented with a sum of money and use ful gifts.-Tho Willing Workers will meet Friday afternoon with Mis. Amanda Masters. ORWELL. Addie Raymond has returned from Washington. D. C Schools commenced this week. A lepuhllc.in caucus is called for Saturday evening at the town hall to elect delegates to the district and State conventions at Hurlington April CS and 20 W. H. French Is oonllned to the house with tlie grip. - The tin roof on Kagle Inn was half blown off Satur day afternoon hy the wind.-II. II, Young, Marcellus Rogers, Mrs. D. W. Chirk and Sheldon Wilght are still In feeble health. Vera Hurt Is able to ho around the house. I). K. Ryan has enter ed the employ of the Stoddard Company of Rutland. ('. D. Hammond returned from New York City Monday. -Tlie Y. P S. C. IC. met Monday evening at Ksther Hush's. At the annual meeting of Independence Lodge, No. 10. p. A. M. Tuesday, the following officers were elected: M. L. Abbott, W. M.: J. K. Rrourh, S. W.; It. L. Allen, J. W.; W. M. I'Wls, secretary; W. H. French, treasurer; O. S. Wlsell, S p.: C. P. Rlalr, J. D: .1. C. Thomas, S. S ; D. L Wells, chaplain; K. O. Rlshop, marshal; C. H. Phelps, lyler. A pnbll" Installation of officers was to he hold at tho town hall Tuesday, Mnv in. EAST MONKTON. Miss Mae Welch of Rrlstol is leaching the spring term of school on Kaolin hill and Miss Rlapch Miller ot llakersileld In the Morgan district. -Mis. Pauline Shat tuck broke nn arm recently. Mrs. Amanda Morgan Is III. Gem go and Rcnjamln Fischer of Wist Addison vis ited relatives In town last week. Ilecch Peers and fri mil v are moving here frnm New Haven Mills. Mrs. pr'.dget Hut lor has returned after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Llzalc Smith. Miss Florence Parntun Is assisting Mrs. G. C. Thomas. Mis. Pvelyn Williams lias gone tn Rurllngloii. where she. has employment. Mrs. Henry While Is 111. -F. It Kenyon made a liuslneFs trip to Roston ii ntly. Mrs, Maltha Cox has roturnri'. to Addison after spending sev eral weeks with relatives here. Ms Jane Dalton Is teaching school In I'er rlsbuigh. SALISBURY. Gladys Hranch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hranch, Is .pillo 111 with ,i thioat trouble. Mrs. Adell Mack, who has heen sick for some time, Is much worse. Molvln Stowe of Ferrlsburgh is visiting In town I, II. Norton huu bought a building lot of Ida Walnwrlght. WHITING. Mrs V. I' Kelsey wild called to Poult ney Monday by the death of a nek-e. -N. W. Foster Is III. -The Row S F. Guodheait was In Massachusetts over Bunday. Ml. und Mis. -;, A. ll.iulilv.ln weir guests of their daughter u ,sus. bury Fllday. -Miss Small Keeki of Climwall Is the guest of Mrs. Unwind. CUra und Clayton Lucas of Cornwall visited Martha Walte Thursdav and Fri day Miss Daisy Caprnn of HuHand In the Kllesl of .Miss Nellie Ketchum K, A Rauldwin i" In New York on business, Mrs .ulmir V right t Improving slow. Iv from her lllncs WEYBRIDGE. The Rev. Peter Ilellei is attending rnu fiichro nt S.i in toga. Mrs. Heller will spend Hie week nt her old home In Al hany, N.Y.-.Mr. and Mr- . L. Thomp son were In Rurllngton last week and purchased of Sh.inley & rn. n hundred new hooks for tlie Cotton llbrari. -Mrs. Mary Sprague, who has iwn earing for the children nf Ray Rilltell the past year and a half has i.lven up her position and gone to her home In P.intnn. There will he no servlo in tlie Methodist Church next Sunday on account of tlie absence nf the pastor. Mrs. John Dodge of West Rutland was tlie guest of her mother, Mrs. Sarah I!r!'le'.l. Satunliy and Sun day. -Miss Mlna Sampson who has repent the winter 111 .Mldillehiiiv, hns returned home. CALEDONIA COUNTY. HARDWIOK. The funeral ( C. D Hal. ntjne was Inld at his lot- home Monday mornlnir l"t eleven o'i ,oel. The Rev. P. P. Newell ofllclat'd. Mr Relent inc. who had been In poi'i health for some time, died Saturday morning He Is sur vived hy a wife. Miss 1,11a Webber has a position in the ntilee of 1 1. F. Cummlngs. Gi orge Ward hns return ed from Pni re and Is employed Vv his father nt electil-il work. .Mrs. Kceler ban opened ii millinery shop in the Marshall block.- -At the annunl nvet IllK of Riverside Chapter, O K. S., Hie following nfllcpr were elected: Matron, Mrs, Isabel M 'Nnuglilon ; associate matron, Mrs. Mrtle Thomas, patron, J. L. Mitchell: conductress. Mrs. Nidi Dean; associate ' ondticl ress, Mrs. Maud Pbrce; secretins. Mrs. Mary Pulton; treasurer, Mrs. Kula Cobb; warden, Mrs Pi 11a Law. on; Montlnel, D. Me. N'aughton; plain t. Mlss Cleo Dow: Ada. Resale l.awson. Ruth, Mary Michael; Katlie-i. Kthel Hanson; Mar tha. Maud Cob Klecta, M.ibelle Ja cobs, Mrs. G o Kimball and .Mis. Anna Mnck spent Saturday hi St. Jolmslmry. Tli" Rev. i: p. Newell left Monday ewittiB for Harre to at tend conference --M. Glen Deveieaiix of R.irton has a position In the print ing; ofllce. ST. JOHNSBURY. Sometime Smid ployes of the St. were sleeping, a on the second lb took Henry LaM : . night when two em .'"hnsbury House stable i u:f entered their room i. of tin- building and "'te'n gold watch which was on the bun ou and rifled Wallace Drew's clothes of a wallet containing S-l. The latter belong d to the proprietor of the stable, Ileilie-i 1.. Dovle. No trace of th" tlilof has been discovered. Mrs. P. M. Inland died at St. Johnshury hos pital early Tuesdn morning, aged '-O years. She was n native of Colobrook. N, H., and the Ir nen. will he at her old honi" Ir. Clan ii.otil, N tl. She was a sNtor of Mrs. S. ". Ilrooks of this place and a talented woman. Fred Camp bell, who formerly worked for Grlwotd & Mackinnein, has returned frnm a trip tn Alaska. The Rev. A. Francis Waleh will pteae-n a sermon to Palestine Commander-. Knights Teniplir, at tho Church nf the Messiah Paster Sunday afternoon. CHITTENDEN COUNTY. ESSEX JUNCTION. A meeting nf young men was held in the library room Thursday for the purpose of organizing a lire com pany The same was eTi cted and will be called the Pthan Allen Hose com panies, Nos. l and 2 Ofllcors wire elected ' as follows- Captain. K. P. Prouty; tlrst assistant. W. II. Roleau; second assistant. George Sheldon: clerk, Harris Grow, ti-asurer. Guv I'eck. The next meeting will lie held Thursday evening. April 2.1. and the boys will begin practice at once. Saturday afternoon the member. nf the Jessie Perrln club out' rt. lined their mothers and a few In.ite-d quests at the home nf Mrs C. M. Fori In. The regular mooting of the club was follow.nl hy an i ntertalnnieut that consisted 0f an ex iiclse "Columbia Wil-omlng the Na tions," In which the niemhers of the club appeared In the costumes of .:iffoieut na tionalities. Those taking part were Annls Ramey, M.idalln Mudgett. Gladys Post. Maude and Adelaide Teachout. Hazel Ksiey, Dorothy Grow, Hazel Straus and Helen Parker. A son horn Thursdnv to Mr. and Mrs. 1. G. Jenkins of Detroit, Mich . Is n Kiriiidsnn nf Mr. and Mrs. A. K Read of this village. Karl King, while splitting wood a few days uro, cut off the end of the second toe on his Wt foot. A son was horn Saturday tn Mr and Mr- Pdward Greenough on the Colchcs toi road. Mrs. John neuralgia. Parley is suffering with WIN00SKI. Deputy Sheriff L. W Ravlln and Officer Rergernn made a successful search for llepior at the home of Mr. Joseph Harney on LeClalr avenue Saturday evening. The officers visited the house about 10:.TO o'clock and found "even pint hnt ths of whiskey. A man who called nt the house while the officers were there, and who was In an Intoxicated condition, was placed under arrest. His name Is not known. A man named Prank Moran, who seemed to he in charge, was also taken Into custody hy the nfil-ers Tlie lleiuor was found burled In the cellar The new board of village trustees met Monday evening and organized as follows Pres., P. II. Chicolne; clerk, P P. O'Sulllvan; standing committees, streets, M. K. Seymour, J K. Tlm nioiis, P. McGreevy; lire, R. pPhc, ". P. Morigenn, J. K. Tlrninons; police. M. P. Seymour, P. Chasleiiay, . j,. Grouvy; sewers, P MeOroovy, P. Cliastenay, R. Plche, lights, ' J. K. Tlmnions, W. P. Mongeou, M. K. Se mour; water, R. Plche. w. p. Mun geoii, p. Chastenuy. The fliHt leg ular meeting of the Imaid will ho held the Hint Monday in MUy P. L Sullivan, a fouiioi Wlnooskl buy, now of Portland, Ore., has been up. pointed by tl"' mayor ,,f nmt ,.Ry member of his executive board. Mr. Sul Ihuii has for live joins been maiiaglnK editor of the Catliolh Sentinel ,. Jus bum In Wlnooskl In I87J j0 tt ju. rated In the public schools ber(. jj((,r was graduated from St Joseph's i-0. lege In Hiirllmjton. He took the degree of LL. M from Hie PuVeis,v of Mnm,. potn After completing hs education ho CBtlaaed o and Pce,) VI. CONFERENCE OPENS AT BARRE Second Visit Here of Bishop Earl Cranston, Its Presiding Officer. SIXTY-SEVEN AT ROLL CALL. PrrslilliiK Plder I, mis of . .Iiilinshiiry Chosen Xeeretar.r fur totli Consec utive pnr I'rneerdlrKtN of the Day Inleresllni; .Notes nnd tjosslp. Pirre. April n-The tuth iitmunl session of the Vermont Methodist t nnferenre as. sembied In Heddlng Church In this city this morning at nine o'clock nii''er the piesidency of Rlshop Karl Crnnston of Wnslilnglon, D. C. This Is the bishop's second visit to the conference, lie hav ing presided nt tlie session at Lvndnnviile seven years 1150. A re. ceptlon was- tendered to the bishop and cabinet in th" parlors of the church last night, and thus tlie preachers re viewed their noriuaintrineo with the genial prelate, while the townspeople met him for tlie first time The exercises opened this morning with a half hour's devotional service under the charge of the Rev. Dr. Rrushlngham, one of the secretaries of tlie general conference commission on aggressive evangelism. Dr. HriisHnghnm spoke con cerning praver and Its function In tills work. niKl sa'd that we needed more kneeology ami less theology. Following this the bishop conducted the solemn sacramental services of the church, using the prescribed ritual In ac cordance with the regular 1 ubrlc. The congiegatlon Joined In the piayor of con. fesslon and the collect thus making the .-ei vices specially Impressive. ORGANI'.ATIl N KFFKCTKD. Following tliis came the organization of the conference. Sixty-seven men ar.sweied to their names at roll call, a slightly smaller number than last year. It was annoiiureil that the Revs, iaac Mi-Ann and Caleb P. Taplln had died during the .war. the last named pac ing to his reward last night at his home Hi Mnnkton, N. H. Mr Mcrtnn was a former pastor of Heddlng Church here, and later a presiding elder In Montpeller district and one of the most popular men in the conference. The s.-cretailal stuff of the conference Is as follows: Sei'retarv. Presiding Khh-r Le-wis of St. Johnshury. assistants, the Revs. R. J t'hrjstle of Newport nnd William Shaw nf Lyndon; statistical seen-, tary. the Rev. Fred Daniels of Chelsea with the Revs. K A. Legg of Uradford and F. A. Wondwortli of Ludlow as as. slstants; trea.-urer. the Rev. S. II. Smith of Rochester, with the R.-v C. D. Pierce of Johnson and J W. Miller of Rethel. as assistants, the Rev. W. N. Roberts of Morotowti. R. It. secretary, and the Rev. A. L. Cooper. D. D, nf Randolph, biographical secretary. It is noticeable that this will be the tenth consecutive year that Mr. Lewis has served as the secretary of the conference. Tlie stand ing committees were then ejected accord. Ing to the nominations publlsho, n the minutes of last year's conference. VISITING CI.KRGVMKN II PA RD. The nevt on the program was a series of addrc's-os by visiting clergymen who npios'iiled various Inii-ortant Interest:! nf the denomination at large Tlie Rev. Prod 11. Morgan of Huston told of the unusual prosperity of the New England paper. .Ion's Herald, and of the fact that I! alone, of all the periodicals of the Chuieh. increased Its subscription last year. The Rev. Charles II. Field of the Ainerlrati Peace pocletv urged upon the I rethren the Impoit.ince of devoting !t least one Sunday In the year to the con sideration of the problems of pence anil war. and of especially urging upon all wags en 1 tiers the awful economic waste of war. Dr. W. 11. Hlldn-tli of Poton told of the good work In lng done by the New Kngland Deaconess Home, and the hos pital which U maintains, nnd spoke of the recruits for deaconess work coming from tills section of thn State. Dr. F. IC. Stratton called attention to the lmoit anre of the work being done hy the de nominational life insurance company, the Methodist Ministers' Relief associa tion, which now lias M policyholders in the Vermont conference, and hai paid to beneficiaries within .onferrnce bounda ries the sum of J2A.000 sine- its organiza tion. MKMOIUAL SPRVICPS. After a brief speech bv tin- repre sentative of the Methodist Hook Con cern, who brought a dividend of over JH00 to the conference, the order of the hour was taken up and a memor ial session was held for deceased members nf the conference and t lien wives. This service was under charge of the Rev G. W. Rurke of Fairfax. Pul-igl'M were pionotinced as follows On the Rev. c. p. Taplln by the Rev. P. ,v. Granger of Pcncham; on Mrs. A 1. Cooper of Randolph bv Presid ing KMer Smlthers; on the Rev. and Mrs. Isaac McAnu by the Rev. Dr. A. L. Cooper, the Revs. p. N. Granger and F. W. Lewis; Mrs. Iuira Hitch cock by Pretldlng KIdi r Hunt of St. Albans, Mr.. F. M. Raker by the Rev. W. M. Newton of Sprlnglleld; Mrs, J. C. Haselton hy tin- Rev. A. II. Webb of Rraltleboro. Owing to tho late ness of the hour thn remainder of the memorial exercises were postponed until the afternoon session. AFTKRNOON PROPKKPINUS At I 20 n statistical Hesulou was held, ut wlili Ii time the preachers handed In tlie ottlchil iepurti of iiii'iiibvrshlp lolls and luoiiu.v inlsed. Follow-Ill,; I his tho lemnliider ot the memorial session was held, and pa pers weie read In memory of the du. censed as follows. On MfH, II. H dish ing by tlie Rev A. J. Hough of Mont puJIer. on Mrs F W Ruck hy the Rev 0 W KePev of Slirllleld, on Mrs P II partlett by the Rev G W Hunt of St Albans. Presiding Kldcr Smlthors gave appreciative words concerning; the late Harry Iligalls, the son of Mrs K W. Sharp of Nortlitleid. N'cxt the annual missionary sermon Was preached by the Ret. C. D Lame ot Islnnd Pond, who nave an earnest and eloquent discourse on the "Pn tencles and Promises of the tiope! for the Conversion of tho Whole World." clearly showing that tin stono cut out of tho mountains with out hands la bound to till tlie whole world. Tlie Rev. A. J. Hoiigli preslden and thi' occasion was otio of mtnh Interest. HOMK MISSIONARY WORK. SHU nnother session wai; held in .1 .10 when Dr J. II. Fltrwater of Ohio spoke on tlie Interests of tie work dono hy the Woman' Home Missionary society, specially eulogiz ing woman fnr the work she has bei-i doing to brio;? back Pdcp to man ever since she lost It for him at tin outset. The final number on the program at this session was the address b Dr. tlrushlnghiim on "The Kvangells tic Motive, Method nnd Messeiig'l " This was an oct. union of much Ihti r St. The anniversary of tho hoard r,t home missions and church e-xtein.bo, was held tliis evening at eight o clo. k whi n air address wns delivered b the Row Dr. J I r. Pltzwater of uhi,, Tho music was conducted hy Dr Hill. CONFERENCE NOTES. It Is not expected that any '',,in,i;,. will be made Ir, the presiding e,..i . tn.is this year JnFr Lowis und Hunt t.uve et three years more of possible .ri!-. and Mr. Smlthers has been on the Muni poller district but one jrar. All of them are doing excellent service, and sired to remain by both pastors pie. It is rumored that new pa-to: elo pe,,,. l I expect.-d nt Knoshurgh Falls Hollows Palls, ppictorsvllle, Lyndoinlll-. Now port, Island Pond. Weston, Human!. Psse Junction. Morotown, West Rerk shlre. Piiighamvllle. Rrow ningtnn and other places, in many of thes,. ,-,, s u,,. preachers themselves desire a h mge, and 'n some cases it seems n c..nry to take up preachers who are entirely satisfactory to the people where they are It. order to 111) more Important patoi ntes. Such is true nf the pastors at Lyndomllle and Island Pond and other places. Not many laymen have yet put in an appearance, hut they will be commg from now on. To-morrow there will h- an In formal and unotllilal laymen's meeting to consider problems of Interest tu the people and church, and on Frldaj the lay electoral mute n tire for the election of two delegates to the general coiifr 1 rice at Haltimore will be hold. Among those whose names are men tioned fir Meeti-m to ihe general confei ence bj I lie laymen ale .Indue S. D. Hobson of Island Pond and C S. Andrews of Rarre. Uoth are well equipped for the position. The prevalence of the strike In the city, not yet settled, has greatly onliance,i the problem of entertainment, hut Dr. Thayer, the pastor of tin- local church, has the matter well In hand, and Is seconded bv the Iryal efforts of the l.i.Miien of his church. To some extent the members of the other churches nf tho city are also assisting In the work of entertainment. Rut It is no small ta.-k to care for neaily preachers and wives for nearly a week. The hnspilalltv of H.irre, often tested, has never been lound wanting. TROY CONFERENCE AT SARATOGA. Saratoga. April If-. The TCth session o! the Troy couft rence uf the Methodist Pplsropal Church convened here to-day. Neatly Svl mln.stcrs representing as marij i hurehes m Now York. Vermont and Massachusetts attended the Mr.-t meeting presided over u Pisliop William Hurt of Zurich, Swltzi rland. Organization sif the conference and re ports of tlie ear's work occupied tlie mottling. The Rev. Kdward Gauge of Troy was selected secrotarv and the Rev. Charles IM wards of Kper.inco. statistical secretary. Memorials to deceased mem bers were road by the Rev. William H. Washburne of Mlddlebury. Vt.; the Rev. Thomas A. Griffin of Troy; James M. C.u-e of Kllzahethtown The Rev. George A Cooke of Hrandnn, Vt.. who Is a member of the Troy -onferrnce and who has come into prominence through charges made hy him against Chancellor Day of Syracuse Pnlverslty nnd other Methodist oflliers. created a llurrv of excitement when he protested against the adoption of a rule requiring thn all resolutions be re. ferred to a committee'. Pisliop Hurt over ruled Mr Cooke's ohleetlon tli.it ibis was Intended to suppress resolut'on? and the rule was adopted BARNEY-BUTLER. Plaltorutr Wrddltic nt nnllanil 'Jell sltrntlrd Reception. Rutlind April 15 An elaborate wed ding took place hoie to-night when Miss Helen Maria Rutler, daughter of Judge Fred M. Rutler of the law firm of Rutler Moloney, and John A. Harnev. who is associated with the Rochester Clothing company, were united In nnrrlnge hy the Rev. Kngenr Haines, pistor of the Rap. t:-l Church. Onlv intimate friends wit nessed til" ceremony performed at Judge ! Rutler'e house hut a reception attended hv "hO people followed. The couple weie attended he Miss Florence Rutler, the bride's sister. at Irldesmiild and Amherst Weeks of Clar endon, cousin of the groom as host man. Tlie ushers were Leonard P. Smith of Mlddlebury College, Wallace W Nichols and J Kdward Coppx of this city. The huge number of wedding gifts Included pKl In gold from th bride's father. The couple will reside In this city after a two weeks' trip to Roston. TWO NEW INCORPORATIONS. Pxsex Telephone t'ompnii.v unit Still Poultry Association. MoiUpeller, Apill IS-Tlio Kssev Telo phono company with a capital stock of !., riled to-day articles of Incoiporu llon In the office of the scereluiy of state. Tho subscribers air all Kssex county men, and the land office of the company wH be at Island Pond. The Vermont State poultty association also filed articles of Incorporation to dav Most nf the Incnrpnratnrs are SI lhnns men, hut the enninnv itas th. privlleiro nf naming later tho town in 1 which It will locate. SUGAR WORKER NEARLY KILLED Dynamite under Arch at Maple Grange Wrecked the Big Evaporator. FEAR BROWN WILL DIE Pnesliiiruli Mnti Had Mlirle, Fire When Terrlllo i:ploslon Occurred spirlf ( HoMriiKo on Purl of I'nkiMinn .Miscreant tiny lie Heck ot Deed. Piinshurgh. Aprl' 1.,. P.01I111 IV-wn, m piowd here ,,t the faun of Ur v S Stevrns of St. Albans, lie- Vn 11 er , . condition as the lesults .,f tr ur - re cev. d at ihe sugar hojs. 'ol. owing ar explosion. Rrown wont to the l.uu-p 1 us morning to -tar; the tit-, 1 -ni l-gated it and was sitting In front of r 10 change his shoes when a terrtllc ex plosion wrecked the hlg etjpurator an 1 hb-w the bri'k arc'i to pieces. R is -HI posed that djnamite had heen p!a - t Ir. the lire box hi some miscreant to kl, aiiylndy thn' came along Prown wn able to stagg. r from the binld.ng h , could not tell what had happened Manager Jo .s of Maple Grange is Dr Stevens's farm s known, states t, a' syrup has hem m,sr-d for several nigh' and to ston t'i" theft, it was irdereil carried to '"' faint house ac!i rig' t It Is bell. v. I thai a spirit of nvingi incited the '11 irelf ious deed. Prown's condition is such ! a t'e physician- will not he able to sat whether he will iccover or not for CI hours He is about ,V years old. a res -dent of West Knoshurgh and has a w fe. and 'wn -hildren. State's A'tnrnrv Tnp pe 1 was hor to-dav in cstlg.Pi.ii; MAY BOND FOR 510,000. Prospects That lllneshiircli Itnllronil .Mil) Yet He Unlit. Hlneshurgh. April 15. An -lnforma' meeting was hold here to-day to see If the citizens favored bonding tile town for $10,i'j for the construction of ic railroad from Rurllngton. The Hon. Cliauncey W. Hrownell and Judge K I" Mower of Rurllngton wire present and the understanding ga.ned from t.u-'r i marks was that If HlnesSuigi' w ..1 bond for S10.ev for tills purpose tl e r ., I would be built. A committee isit r of Daniel Patrick. H. A p. t-cr Henry Rutscll was appointed t-, .sentiment among tin- voters and " pur at a mooting to be held at a :,'e' U The general opinion expressed .s tlie town will favor bonding WIFE SHOT BY BRISTOL MAN Mjtcr sbroiuls rTalr Mr. and Mrs, Joseph llaskliis eenllngl.v Lived Ilnppll . Pristol, April 15. Joseph ll.i-k.ns gt about 70 years, sh.i his w fe i t'e home late last mgnt Tlire- t u i - t -from a .ti-callber revolver look effect one in th. hick passed around tin ribs to the right side, another went throng' the lloshy par', of the right side of th, neck, a third passed through the pain nf her right hand It Is expected thn Mrs. Ilasklns will recover. This afternoon Haskins was 'round over to county court and taken to the j.i.' at Mlddlebury. After the shoot r. , w -, 1 occurred between ten and elev, n n' 0' n Ilasklns forded the river and wort i the hall ground, remaining there several hours Karlv this morning he return, d to his home and was id iced ender ar rest hy peputv Sheriff G. S 'an as slsted by Arthur Prince ilasklns has always res'de,: h.-rr and has been nf a quiet dlsp"-'t -v , If ,s v and agreeable and considered i Rristnl's host citizens. He has h, c, emploved fur some wars as inni'o -'f the Rrtstol Manufacturing compaov a ha-s lived happily with his wife, so 'a- a Is known. His son is the .oc.il pos master. Two reasons are given, it is sid Hnskins for his act: That it was com ml t ted during a moment of temporir Insanity and second that he was u-,w tlie spell nf a nightmare from w' i -did not recove- until after ic s no'. Ing Mrs. Hnskins's ve-sion 1 that her 1' hand came Into her room and com menced talking. She noticed that -e a --e ' strangely and inldeiilv he hogan shoot ItlR She managed to get out of hed an,' grahtied 'he revolver, her ar c hell g burned l.y the powder She ran aeros. the street to C W Norion's w'-erp -he was cared for None of her wends nr. considered fata! She Is some live ve.ir her husband's Junior. LOCKOUT FOLLOWS S TRUCE. Chair Company nt I'.nsl Arlington Wns on Uort Time. Pennington. A pi tl 15 - The Hair Ch.tl company at Kast Arlington Is shut dow because of a stl'lki . For some time t1' shop his heen operated on an eight-hour schedule and business hns been slack The announcement of a 10 per cent re duction In wages caused about 10 of the men to leave the shop. The wages on full time run from J1.X5 to tl i, Thcie was some trouble between the strikers nnd the men who still leuiained at work and for this leni-on the colnpunv devldel to shut down ti'iupoiaill) About I"., hands ale thrown out of emplo merit and the only Industry of coiisenueiu'e In the village Is Idle COMMISSION AT P.FTLANP Rutland Apill 15 --o. M Rarber ot Pennington. John H Senior of Moni peller and U P Slack of St Jolmshurv, members nf the omiulltec to InieMl jjntc double taxation, are In seus'-v hero for all the week