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TATE BURLINGTON FllEE PRESS: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8,11)08.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued float 3rd Vase.), Wolls. Tho Hon. W. K Hoyden was In Montpeller Tuesday to attend tha meet ing of the Vermont liar usssoclatlon. A non was bom to Mr. Ud Mrs. Joseph Uoudro last weok. Mrs. Cass I us l'eck icturneil to lier homo In Burlington Sat urday after a stay of four months with her sister, Mrs. It. A. Allien. Mrs. Clara lawyer Is c utivnlcsclng from her Illness with pncumonla.-Mr. nnd Mrs. (ieorge D, Hyzcr visited In Olnrcmont. N. II.. from Friday until Monday. lllshop A. C. A. Hall of llurllngton expects to visit Urnce church pariah Sunday nnd preach In the afternoon. O. 11. Jtnrber, who dlod Sunday, was burled Wednesday af ternoon, tho Masons using their usual burial service. The son, who Is an un dertaker In Olcns mils, N. Y., was with his father at the tlmo of his death and will remain for a while and look after the affairs of the farm. ORLEANS COUNTY, ORAFTSBURY. Tho Hev. Mr. Heldger of tho V. V. Church la seriously 111 at his homo. Tho old grist mill has been taken down to make n.oro room for tho mill plant. Mr. Urown and Mrs. Farman from Troy woro In town a fow days last week. Stophon and Albert Smith visited their ulster in "Woodbury Thursday and Kri- day. WEBTFIELD. William 11. C.llpln hap lost sW young cows from a disease that Is now In this poctlon Something; attaelts tho blood of ibe ntilmnl turning It Into water. Tho disease Is contagious among youtu; cat ilo but dues not attack old cuwh.-W. D. Dell starts for lloston and 1'rovldonco to-day for a few days visit w.th friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hitchcock of 1'iovidonce are spending a few days with his father. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugeno Sullivan h.'ivo returned from their wed ding trip to Worcester and lloston and have begun housekeeping on thu farm they bought i.f John McCalllstcr. Tho Iti-v. 1. Williams is attending the St. Johnsbury district preacher's meeting at Wnlden this week. D. K. Wright has Fold a building lot to 11 I.. Dodgo of Lunciiburgh and M. 31. Dodgo has begun building a cottage. NEWPORT. A reception was tendered Gov. and Mrs. G. H. 1'routy by the Has turn Star Lodge of this place on Monday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M. Mansur, It. T. Itubblns, 'Mrs. O. C. Miller. Kx-Uuv. and Mrs. Joslnh Orou. wero the reception eom mlttoe. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Dwinell served as eommltti-o on Introduction. In vitations were conllend to members o the lodg?. Itefreshments were served af ter thu reception anil then followed a regular meeting of the lodge. It being tho first of the season. Ciov. Prouty left for Jntpcller Tuesday morning. E. l Humphrey has moved his novelty store to the Newland block, occupying the etoro vacated by Mrs. M. A. Flint. Mr ami Mrs. Ward 1'routy, who huvo hi en passing tho summer here, have returned to Washington, D. C Mrs. O. W. Clement of Suncook, N. II., and Jdrs. I . M. Clement of Uarton l-mdlng were visitors In town last week. Mrs. M A. Flint has moved her millinery store to the place recently vacated by Mis. Mjlcahy. BROWNINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jnckman of Glover visited their uncle, B. S. Wells, recently. George Porter hnd a slight stroke of apoplexy Sunday, Sept. 27. He Is a little butter at present. David Ilean has moved from liarton Landing into the Putney bouse. Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Walcot of Barton aro boarding with Mrs. Sarah Orne. Mrs. Ilert Dunham has been en tertaining Mr. Aude and his mother and sister. DERBY. Mrs. AW II. Dnllcy returned to Troy Saturday. Her llttlo boy Is much improv es In health. Mrs. Amml Bates Is very 111. Fears are entertained that she will not bo about again for a long time. SflFS Sessions presented tho canso of tho Kurn Hattln Homo In W'stmlnstcr In a very Interesting manner at tho Metho illet Church Sunday In tho morning nnd nt the Congregational Church In the evening. Dr. Comings and family are visiting In P.crkshlro or two weeks. They fxpect to leavo Soon for the far West. Mrs. Melvlna Morln was married nt Newport Saturday to Jnvls Itegle of Is land Pond. Gertrude, Demshle Is stop tilng nt George Hopklnson's for the pre pent, Mrs. Kllen G. Barnes spent lust w.-ck with her cousin, Mrs. A. B. Hop klnson. She has been a missionary to ln jlln for four years and only returned to America a few weeks since. Mrs. Ital ian Nye will Pave to-day for a two weeka visit to lier home In Mnssnrhn ectts. LOWELL. Mr, Mid Mrs, Mahlon Deblols nnd son, have returned from Lowell, Mass., where Mr. Deblols has been working thu past year.James I.allounty of Barton land ing was In town Wednesday, Howard Wnkelleld of North Troy Is stopping for a few weeks with his grandmother, Mrs. it. 11. Newton. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M. Parker and daughter, ICIsle, returned Saturday from their trip In Mnssnchu retts. The Itev. and Mrs. W. U. Newton, of 1'nlon Village were tho guests Wed nesday and Thursday of their uncles', II. 11. and C. II. Newton. Mrs. Nancy Well nrdson started Saturday night for Dell rnpldn, S. 1)., nnd Seattle, Wash. GREENSBORO. !. K. Allen nnd family of Plymouth, N. H., have been vlslttng In town for a. few days. -Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Fay of Westford are (-pending a few days with her father, L. A. Jackson. .Tumoa Vincent of Wnlden visited J. W. Camp bell Wednesday. Mrs, llottlo Goodrich anil daughter, Stella, woro at home from Motitpeller over Sunday. A. H. Debum has bought the Albert Young farm for J3..W1. Possession will bo given November P. Mr. and Mrs. William Harr of Cabot are with their daughter,. Mrs. John Har rington --Mrs. Mary Siilham slipped and dislocated her right shoulder Monday. RUTLAND COUNTY. WARREN. Pearl Cook, who had been 111 for scy eial months, died Saturday morning. The funeral services were held nt tho church Monday nftcrnoon, Floyd Blako, who has been very III, Is convalescent. Gerald Campbell nrrlved homo from Colorado Sunday morning much Im proved In health.Mrs. O, W. .Wnllls and children of WirTVM spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, (1. A. 11. Bragg, Inst week. G. A. H. Bragg and T. N. IloblnRon wero In Hox bury tho first of tho week. Several from the village ntcndod the husking nt Ira Carleton's Thursday night, FAYSTON. I,. M. Chandler of Middlesex hnd an auction at his farm In this town Satur day. Farm tools were sold, and 22 rows sold for J7.W to $35.00. Frank Maxham has rented C. M. ltlchardson's farm and stock In Wnltstleld. Mrs, V. C, Pierco Is spending a few days with friends In Middlesex. A horso belonging to J. H. Coillo.i wnn badly frightened by the cnrclosi firing of a gun near him and ran, throwing out nnd seriously Injur ing Harrison Corliss nnd Bert Orlllln. EAST WARREN. BRANDON. airs. C. W. Doubleday left Tuesday for her homo III Washington, 1). C Stewart Hawlcy of Norwich Tnlverslty Is spending a few days with his mother Mis. Carrie Pago has gono to Ludlo.v for a week's stay. The Hon. K. J, Orms bee Is passing n few days 111 Montpeller, tho guest of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Georgo Hrlgg-s. Miss Alice Aim has taken a position In the Brandon Natlonnl bank during the absence of Senator W. F. Scott, cashier. Miss Carrie Wells has gone to lloston, Mass., where she will spend tho winter. It. Johnston was operated upon Monday nt Dr Cole's hospital for cancer nnd Is In a rrttlcat condition. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton I. A. .Menltt hnvo returned from a week's stay In lloston, Mass. Charles H. Bliss of New York Is In town for a week's stay F. W. Williams went to Montpeller Tuesday to atend the an mini bami'ict of tho Vermont Bar asso ciation. A daughter was born Tuesday to Dr. and Mrs. William It. Matsh. FORESTDALE. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bacon left last week for a two month's trip through tho West -Wilfred llousman of Chatham, N Y., Is visiting his mint, Mrs. G. 11. Bump. A (.on hns been born to Mr. nnd Mr" Alec Oporto. Klroy J. Itogors and bride nf Woodstock are visiting at C. F. Newton's. John Connelly, who hns teen visiting here, has returned to Hartford, Conn. Mrs. George Holden nf Ixjndon derry Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bowe. M!ss Kmnllne Scan Ian Is teaching school In Afcndon. BENSON. Miss Mabel K, Walker, daughter of J. D. Walker, died Friday. Sho was 25 years old and was born In this town. The fun eral was held at the home of her father Monday nnd was largely attend ed. The Kev Mr. Williams of Orwell officiated. Tho burial wua In the east cemetery In Orwell. Mr. and Mrs. It. H. AValker and son Paul of this village started for New York city Tuesday. Daniel Walt of Rutland, a former long tlmo resident of Benson, Is at Hotel Ben son. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hmory Buxton of Mlddletown Springs and Mrs. Deer- lng of Iowa lsltcd at D. 8. Beldcn's tho past week. PROCTOR. Mr. and Mrs. 1ouls J'.lgelow are the parents of a eon, burn on Saturday. Mr. and .M.s. Henry Hack of Urwell are the guests of Dr. and Mis. T. H. Hack. Miss Kindle Kid returned Sat urday f i oui a month's vacation, spent In Massachusetts. Miss Mary O'ltourku of this village und Patrick McLaughlin of Butlaiul wero married nt St. Dom- onlc's Church on Tuesday by the Hev. I'. J. Long. (Miss Lucy Dlstln of Salem, Mass. ,1s the guc-t of relatives In town. Mr. und 'Mr.-!. Patrick Joyce aro visit ing relatives In New York Miss Lizzie Kelly, who ha spent n month In town. has returned to Lynn, Mass. Clifton Daley haa returned from Montpeller and Is working for tlm Vermont Mnrblo com pany. Mrs. S. ). Prior of Woodstock, ho has been the guest of her daugh- Wlrs, Harry Powers, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Krlckson have given up their places at tho Ver mont sanatorium nt PIttsford nn dwlll soon return to their former homo In Sweden, Treasurer Baldwin of Proctor Trust company has gone to Tlostnn for a brief visit Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Os borne of New York hnvo returned to their home ufter visiting l:i town. wl ter. WASHINGTON COUNTY. C LONDOME CLAIRVOYANT, PALMIST AND MENTAL SCIENTIST wmu.ii's Movr iinxowxnn. 268 MAIN, COR. SO. UNION ST The many fa vornhlo com m n n t h nnd courtesies ex tended Lon iloinn l'.v tlm leading news papers of tao 1'nlted States place ail ni In a class distinct ly by himself. False Prophets do morn harm than j?oo(l for they leave you In a w o r s ii condition than beforo consult ing them. Tho name Tmdomo Is n double jrunrantee for nblllty, honesty, Kentlllty and Intelligence, Skeptics rue disarmed of prejudice In tho pres ence of Mr. Lnndome, who reads un erringly the secrets of the pnst and rnsts IiIh psychic, light upon the fu ture's hidden path. Londomo positive ly guarantees to make no charge If he ihould fall to call you by name In full end tell the exact object of your visit He gives never falllntf advice on ail matters of I,nvr. Mnrrlunc( limlorn, Hpeculatlmi, I.nnmilti, etc. By the Hunt Indian methods you cannot fall to vcunlto the separato, regain tho lost love, win tho one of your choice, cause speody and happy marriages. So no matter what your troubles are, Klve him a cull, as he makes no charge un less ho can solve your ease and Ivc you satisfaction. Advice sor. It idlng 11 00. Hours 00 to 9 GO. 'J0K .Main NORTHFIELD. Piesldent and Mrs. Spnr.ner received the cadets of JCorwIc'i T'nlverslly Frldav evening. The affair like similar ones nt their hospitable home, was veiy pleasant and was largely attended. Gen. Gren villi) M Dodge, veteran of the Civil War, builder of tho I'nlon I'aelilc railroad, and head of the alumni of Norwich 1'nlver slty, gavo a (short spfih to the.members of the cadet corps Thursday morning, He was received with hearty applause. Ml(-s Mary I'Onard, 60 yi'iirs old, died at the home of Matthias Cannon on the Cox llrocik road at 0,30 Thursday even lug Miss I'onnrd had made her home m notion for many years, but previously lived In Ibis town. She came from Bos ton Sunday, Thursday evening In com puny with Mlc. Cannon she called on a neighbor. She was lu good spirits but hnd barely reached Mr, Cannon's before lilie complained of weariness, rapidly failed and shortly ufter passed away The cause of death was organic heart flKease The flineiol wns held nt the Catholic Church Saturday at 6:30, The icmnlns of Mrs. Chase, widow of ("apt. Darius Chase, were conveyed to this place from Massachusetts Saturday for burial In Klmwood, The family sev eral years slncn was one of tho promi nent ones of this town. Mr. Chose for several years conducting tho west side store In what was known an the Chaso block. .Mis. Thomas had been In falling health for several weeks and tho causo of death was general breaking up of the system, Major and Mrs. Henry V, Hovey have Issued Invitations for tho marriage of their daughter, Miss Clara Drummond Hovey, to Dana Howes Gllman, tho cere mony to be performed at S:S0 o'clock Saturday evening, October 17, at St, Mary's Church, SOUTH WOODBURY. Tho Itev, Benjamin Wheeler prearhed hero Sundny. Mr. Wheolor, although 7S vcars of ntte, Is well preserved and an Interesting speaker. Lucy Habln In at home from Burlington for a few rtays.- I I ke I'll. i n recovering from n sev.i nt', i I. of ptieiiboula Motion Mi ICInstiy lc ( u!l- HI Louvlna Pray Is vlslllng al D.mlel Mel mo's Mr. nnd Mrs. Iiwell Frazler of North field wero In town Saturday and Sun day. Pearl Cook died Saturday. The ftinernl was held Monday with Interment In tho village) cemetery. Mr. and Mrs Justin Tucker wero In Northflebl Sun day. Mrs. I.. M. Learned of Wnltsfleld has been In town several days. - Hrnest Kingsbury of Wnltsfleld was at I'. B. Daniels Sundny. MONTPELIER. A, A. Nlles of Morrlsvllle, secretary of the !th Vermont Heglmentnl Iteimlon ns soelatlon lias sent out notices of the nnnual reunion and camp fire to bo held In this city Tuesday evening, Octo ber 20. Company I of that regiment was recruited hi Montpeller nnd vicinity. George A. Cutler of Hast Montpeller nnd Mlso Clara Allen of Harre were married Wednesday Sept. SO, at the Methodist paTsonage by the Itev. A. J. Hough. They left on tho midnight train for IviKe Placid, N. Y., for a brief wed ding trip. The Insurance companies have set tled with Miss Kvn J. Simpson for $000 for the damage done to her millinery stock by the fire In the Holmes block on State street recently. The total loss by this tiro as paid by tho Insur ance companies was $1,200. The report of a local trance medium that a pot of gold Is lying under tho ruins of the old Nicholas manor on Berlin street has led several credulour, Individuals to search for ft but thus far no tangible results are apparent. This block wns formerly the homo of Mrs. Calrli Langdon Nicholas, n sister of James 11 Langdnn, and later of Madame Kleanor rietchcr Bishop Nicholas. It was torn down a few months ago. Dr. Wllllnm II. Weston, formerly of this city, wus married Wednesday Sept. 30 at Saxonvllle, Mass., to Mis? Annabellu H. Heed of that city. Mr. anil Mrs. Frank K. Griggs were In Bradford Thursday evening to at tend the wedding of Miss Kvn L. Hunt, formerly of Waterbury, to George A. Jenkins of Bradford. AVcsley Chllds of Moretown Is nt Heaton hospital suffering with a broken ankle sustained by falling from an apple tree Thursday. Tho body of George W. Farwell of Bane, who died Friday nlglit at tne State hospital for tho Insane at Water- bury, was brought Saturday to under taking rooms here and waa taken Monday morning to Barro where funeral services were held and where the burial took place. Tho deceased was a cousin of A. D. and J. G. Farwell of this city. His grandfather, tho Hev. William Far well, founded the Cnlversallst Church In Barre lu 17K nnd ho was the tlrst I nlver sallst pastor to havo a settled charge In Vermont. Mr. Farwell was 00 years old. The cause of death was Bright's disease. Ilelatives Of tho late J. Corwln Taplln, who died a year ago last May In Pasa dena, Cal., placed last week In the chapel at Green Mount cemetery n memorial window for him. A boiler In the mill of C. C. Putnam A Sou at Putnamsvllle exploded Monday morning wrecking a portion of the build ing. The engineer and fireman and sov eral employes narrowly escaped serious Injury or death. Second Lieut. A. B. Moore of Company II has been promoted to bo first lieuten ant to fill tho vacancy caused by the ap pointment of First Lieut. C. H. Bentor as battnllon adjutant. U. It. Pattee, first sergeant, has been elected second lieu tenant. Tho body of Lucius H. Barnet nr rlved hero Tuesday from Derry, II., for burial in tho cutler cemeicry. Mr. Bnrnett was C7 years old, and a na tive of Middlesex. His widow was Mlsi Viola A. Cutler of Fast Montpeller. Prior to 1SS2 Mr. Harnett lived In this city and In tho sum of J500 MonddV In county had been a sufferer from chronic asthma. Marietta Pacatl of Barro furnished ball In tho sum of K0 Monday In county court, Sho wn indicted by the grand Jury, but owing to a confusion of names Beatrice Mirchetto was brought in last week In place of Mrs. Pacatl. Mrs. Marchetto furnished ball nil right, but will not bo obliged to stand trial. K. It. Byrno of this city and Miss Helen Fitzgerald of Butland aro to bo married In that city October H. The Insurance carried by the Vermont Mutual Flro Insurance company on bulldlngH burned last week at West Patr ice has been adjusted for 4,300."i. Assistant Judge C. M. Winch of Barro town Is quite seriously III with pleuro pneumonia anil will be unablo to sit In Washington coumy conn lor inu im-i cut. At tlm annual meeting of tho local clrclo of King's Daughters Monday aft nmnnti with ,Mis. F. A, Sherburne, the following olllcers wero elected: Presi dent, Mrs. G. It. B. Denny; vice-presidents, Mrs. C. H. Heaton, Mrs. 1. C, Vail: secretniy, Mrs. S. H. nanaru; ueas. ,,,.,. Mrs. IJ. 11. tWIIlllll, v..,......,..v. t eie also appointed on needle worn, ilea ton hospital, (lowers, nil emergency com mlttee nnd a committee on tno maiern It y basket. SOUTH ROYALTON. Misses Isabella Martin nnd Maudn Abbott were at home from Barro over Sunday, Berton Preston Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Kllen Preston. The first shool social of tho year wnn well attended Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Hub bard of Gorham, N. H.. aro visiting at Albert Benedict's. Tho Ilev. It. W. Springer of Quechen will occupy tho pulpit nt tho Methodist Church for the remainder of tho conference year. Mr. Springer expects to spend most of his time In town though his family will not como at presont. Mrs. Fred Daniels of Chelsea Is spending a, few days with Mrs. Fred Wright. GAYSVTLLE. Mrs. Kale Underwood and son, Nenl, nf Lawrence, Mass., are visitors at Wll llnm Flint's. Iloyal Luco Is working nt W. C. BoutwoU's during the letter's ab sence In Montpeller, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ingham of Pcnncook, N. H., nro visit ing his mother, Mrs. Albert Hill. Mrs. Knto Wright nnd daughters, Ivy and Irene, hnvo returned from Hampton Beach, N. II., where they hnvc been during the summer. There will lie no preaching nt tho Methodist Church next Sunday, ns tho pastor, tho Ilev. J. F. Olln, Is absent In Lymnn, N. H. Homer Itussell of lioynlton wns a visitor nt W, C. Boutwell's the first of tho week. Guests of Mrs. Charlotte Iynnard the past week have been, Mrs. Hiram Klin- ball of Vlnelnnd, N. J., nnd Mrs. Har riet Durkee of Stoclcbrldge. Frank Blanchnrd hns sold his house to Thomas Dukette.Mr nnd Mrs. MnTtln Wymnn, Jr., nre vMtlng In Mnlne. They will also spend some time In Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Waller of West Concord, N. H. arrived tho first of the week for a few weeks' stay at their stimmor homo hero. Dr. Moore hns returned to his home In New York. Mrs. Hufus Smith has been passing several days with her son, Dr, George Smith, In Dover, N. It. Mrs. James Snrgent nnd little daughters, Allco and Ixnilse, of Northftcld were nt the Cobble the flrt-t of the week. Albert Strong of Philadelphia hns been n re cent visitor nt Kllsha noutwcll's The Christian Kndeavor meetings will be held at 7 o'clock Instead of 7:30. Mrs. Joel Blnckmer pnssi-d ewey Tuesday evening, Sept. 2f'. The funeral, which was In charge of M. L. Wvtnnn, Jr., was held nt the house Thursday after noon, the Itev. V. M. Mnrtln officiating. Besides her husband, Mrs. lllncknv-r leaves two sons, Dr, Ilotlln Blnckmer of St. Louis, Mo., and Julius of this town, also one floughter. Mrs. Allco Smith, who resides In Maine. M PRESIDENT WILLIAMS COLLEGE Harry A. Garfleld Inducted Into Office at Alma Mater of His Wholo Family. SCENE A BRILLIANT ONE Most Notable Gathering nf nducntor IJver A sr milled In America Seventy-Fit e CollrKo Presidents in Attendance Uflrfletfl on Purpose of n College. r H, W. ALLEN & CO. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION. Following the monthly business meeting of the Loyal club a picture of Its late present. Mrs. Hvcrott J. Wallace, was presented to tho club. The donors nre Kverett J. Wallace and Miss Carolyn Wallace, husband nnd daughter of tho deceased. The picture Is a finely enlarged photo graph with a dark frime. Mrs. Wal lace, who died la-t June, had been the club's sole president since Its forma tion about 17 years ajro. A change In the management of the local branch of thu Hxcelslor Carrlago compnny Is announced. This Is due to the retire ment of Henry It. Miller who Is now to devote hliiK-elf exclusively to the automobllo trade. Mr. Miller estab lished the local branch Borne 12 years ago. Two men who have been In the employ of tho company for a long time, Orlo M. Greoly nnd I'dwlu J. Pease, are to nssumo tho management. CRETE UNITES WITH GREECE WINDSOR COUNTY ROCHESTER. Mrs. Mnson Hunton Is very 111 with nneumonla, The Bev. nnd Mrs. S. H Smith and Lynwood are visum in Franklin and vicinity for two wccks.- About fifteen from tho Sunday scnoois of the town nttendod the district Hun dnv school convention hem nt utocK bridge Friday. An Interesting session was reported. 13. H. Kdgcrton, town rep rsentatlve, left Tuesday for Montpeller Sunday, October 11th, Principal Barn nrd of the It. G, 8. will have charge of tho services nt tho Methodist Kplscopnl Church on account of tho absence of the pastor. sharo;:. Sharon Cremery won first prize and sweepstakes nt tho Vermont State fair, siore li"v, nnd nt the Valley fair, Brattle boro, (ivoro 'ji. Decree of I'nlon PdnlUlicd nnd IlecelT eil vtttli Greatest HntltUNtiism. Canea, Island of Crete, OcU 7 A decree announcing tho union of Crete with Grteco was published here this evening. Hvents ltndlng up to tho climax followed each other throughout tho day with dramatic rapidity. The town was be decked nnd early in the morning people b"gan flocking? In from all directions. There was much tiring of guns and re volvers together with plenty of cheering, but perfect order prevnlled. Mussolmans mlnglud with Christians freely and un molested. At two o'clock in the afternoon n. grent demonstration In favor of union with Qreeco occurred on the military review- grounds. More than 100,000 people, ono of tho largest crowds ever seen here, gathered at this placo. All tho promt nent revolutionary leaders, each with his banner flying, appeared and they were supported by tho heads of different polltl cnl parties, the mayors of the towns, tho clergy nnd others Influential In the councils of the Islnnd. Speeches were made by various representatives who declared that the peaceful political revo lution which they had assembled o con summate was not directed against tne powers, which had been the Island's ben efactors, but solely at proclaiming the Island's union with the motherland. They called upon tho government to act hence forth In the nnrne of the free kingdom of Greece. Ten thousand men thereupon mnrch- ed singing and shouting to tho vnrl- ous consulates, leaving nt each of these a written copy of the resolu tions adopted. They then surged to tho governor's palnco and lowored the flag of Crete, nilslng tho Greek flag In Its place. The flags on all the pub lic buildings were similarly replaced by tho flag of Greece, With Incessant and wild cheering for tho union the great procession made Its way to the fortress, where a Greek Hag nlso was sent up to the top of a flagstaff, but the. French troops lns'stod upon lower ing It. and unfurled the flag of Crete nnd those of tho four protecting pow ers. ThN angered tho populnco and for n time there wn serious danger of disturbances, but the lenders dually succeeded 111 restoring quiet. A special Issue of the government Journal was distributed at live o'clock this evening containing the decree signed by Hvo councillors, wnn an nounce their conu'llance with the peo ple's decision nnd direct all officials henceforth to conduct the business of th coonty In the name of the Hel lenic government. Thousands of people from outlying districts, most of "rm nrmeu, nre still pouring Into tin. lown, filling the streets and cheering the union. The government Is tnking Uncial ptecau- Hons to preserve order, and an tno public buildings nre strongly guarded, Und erwear for M en The between-seasons and heavier. Winter weights are now ready in a variety which cannot fail to furnish the exact weight or quality desired. "Wool Gauze -exactly right for early Fall wear and some men prefer this weight for the entire Winter Season. $1.50 per garment. Natural Grey, medium weight $1.00 per rfa rment. Egyptian heavy weight cotton, Bennington Underwear, ,-ihown in five complete and distinct lines. d1. $1.00 per garment. Natural Gray, Heavy weight, i t t medium DI1D. IX)CKWOOD-In thl ''Its'. October 6, Edward Lockwood, neJ 73 J'enr"- IArsene Boucher, Funeral Director and Maimer 169 North Strsst. I uurlUm'0" Nl.htcnll. lelfphoin tti-lX Wllllamstown, Oct . In the presence of probably tho largest, most represen tative and most notable group of Ameri can educators ever assembled together, Harry Augustus Garlluld, class of 'fT, former professiir of politics nt Princeton Vnlverslty, was Inducted Into the office of president of Williams College to-day In addition to the group of educators, 73 college presidents having accepted Invita tions to be present, the ceremony was witnessed by men prominent In civil nnd professional life. Tho Htnte was represented by Gov. Guild nnd staff. .Tames liryce, ambassador of Great Hrltnln, wns nlso present ns well as Senator Crane and President Gnrlleld's three brothers, Secretnry of the Interior James Kudolph Garfield, Irvln Mcliwell Garfield and Abram Gnrfleld, nil Williams men. The only living former president rf Williams College, the Hev. Dr, Krnnk Un Carter, wns one of the most deeply Intorestcil spectators. A great host of alumni hnd come bnck to Wllllamstown to attend the Induction, It was to Will iams that James Abraham Garfield, one of the martyred presidents nf the T'nlted States, came from Ohio In 1X52 grnduntlng four years later, and It was nt Williams that every male member of the Garfield family received his education. Delightful autumn went her favored the occnslon. mnng the college presidents attending wero Klllot of Hnrvard, Hadley of Yale, Duller of Columbia. Wilson of Prlncetm, Schurman of Cornell, Aldermnn of the University of Virginia. Huckham of the Vnlverslty of Vermont, Kaunce of Brown, Acting President Iord of Dart mouth, Seelyo nf Smith, Taylor of Vns- sar, Thomas of Mlddlobury. Thawing of Western Ileserve Vnlverslty, Van Hlse of the Vnlverslty of Wisconsin nnd Mary E. Wonley of Mount Hnlyoke. The exercises began with morning pray ers at Thompson Memorial chapel and the ceremony of Induction took place In tho Congregntlonnl Church. The. assem bly of the Inaugural procession previous to Uie chapel exercises was exceedingly ppectncular. Tho student body and fnc ulty, with a band wound down the broad elms to Jesup hall where the alumni In order of their classes stretched the line out still further. At tho house of the piesldent were gathered Governor Guild In cap and gown, his staff In bril liant uniforms and Invited guests. Presi dent Garfield was In enp and gown, lle slde him walked Abassador ltryce In the most gorgeous garb of the day. llrycc's gown was of bright scarlet, sleeves of crimson while on his head ho woro a cap of Flemish design of black vehct with a rim of black plush and a gold tuft on top. The collego presidents In gowns and with silk lined colored hoods of every color came behind making the scene with tho setting of the green lawns, tho sombre collego buildings and tho towering Herkshlre hills In the back Kround long to be remembered. Tho services over nt tlui chapel, tho procession reformed and was ushered to the Congregational Church. The ceremony oponod with Invocation by former Prcstdet Franklin Carter, af ter which the Hev. William W. Adamv of Pall Hlver, chairman of the board of trustees of Williams, placed In Gar field's hands tho keys symbolic of the collego property and the charter of the college and declared him formally Installed ns tho eighth president of Williams Collexe. President Garfield was greeted with prolonged applause and In a brief speech he accepted tho honor. PHIvS. GAJtriKLD'S ADDRESS. Tha theme I have chosen for this occasion will bo found In the answer I would make to tho questloni "What Is tho Chief End of the American Collego?" His answer In part follows: What Is wanted In our colleges Is an object that can appeal to every student whatever may bo tho future llfo work of each. This object must meet tho requirement of the times, without tacrlftrlng the heritage of the past. It must quicken nnd Inspire men to now nnd higher conceptions of llfo, without rendering them less, but more efficient memliers of society. Such nn obje-ct Is expressed by the word citizenship. Amerl enns grentest need ts that the men and women of tho Vnltcd Stntes comprehend all that citizenship Imports nnd live up to Its obligations. Hence I venture to assert that the chief end of the American collego Is to train cltlzena to citizen ship. The problems of government nnd society lire quite as definite ns the problems of any business or profes Ion but they aro far more complex and difficult, for they Include every other. They are always objective and Impersonal, while most others are subjective, and have primarily to do with self's welfare. Tinier the estab llshed order of educational work In the Tnlted States, the college Is pe cullarly adapted to the task of train lug citizens to this kind of citizen ship. How can the collego best aecomp llsh this chief end of Its existence? No organization becomes effective un til It finds Itself. The process bv which this Is accomplished depends upon a fow general principles nf nc Hon, which, In tho case of nny partlc ular college may bo stated as fol lows; In the first placo there must bo a clear understanding on the. part of all concerned of tho function of tne col lege, that Ih to say a common object; otherwise there vlllbo divided counsels among thoso In authority and friction with those In authority. In the second place, there must be n deter mined purpose to corry out this ob ject. The atmosphere of nny institu tion whoso members lack the courage of their conviction la deadly and will produce weak men and pusillanimous creatures. Theie must be, In the third place n biond, vigor ins, loinmoii life, nod It must Include the whole body faculty as well as undci graduates. 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Leather Belts in greatest variety of plain and novel effects. Colors and black. Price 50 cents. SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION of the ROYAL WORCESTER Adjusto and Bon Ton Corsets The ADJUSTO has many original features which imitated but never equalled. The charming new designs of the BOft TON COR SETS for 1908 are an innovation in the art of Corset making. The newest style effects are especially exemplified in the handsome models now being shown here. are H. W. ALLEN & CO. J separntes men Into classes bused on ob jects opposed or unfriendly to the object of the college Is out of place and In the end, It will Inevitably divert the aim of tho Institution and change Its character. Thero will always, of course, be groups within the wholo body. CLOSE PENNANT RACE ENDS Winner Could Not lie Picked until Detroit Defeated Chicago Dono van .Struck Out Ten. Chicago, Oct. ft What Is snld to have been the closest pennant contest ever waged by American League baseball clubs came to an end In this city to day when Detroit, champions of W7. captured the emblem for another year by defeating Chicago 7 to 0. Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago struggled all season for first placo never being far from each other In the percentage table, and not until to-day could the winner be picked, St. IOiils put Cleveland nut of the running yesterday, leaving the field to Detroit nnd Chicago. Chicago's light has been nn up-htll one but .Mnn agrr Jones never despaired until the last Chicago player had been retired to-day. Had Chlcngo triumphed to-day the pen nant would have come to this city mt the We,it of the local team lu the flnnl test left no subject for debate for the "If clubs." A.M1CHICAX L.EAOTH STANDING, be the most dramatic hnse ha'l eve-' In the game's h'ltnry Tie Natlc ' League pennnnt. fought for as prnbnb never before, belongs !,i t -t-mormwr winner at the Toln grounds. To-dny wns the hush before the 'Little, The attendnnce nt the Polo ground was not more than the average. Co other throngs of the game's followers being evidently confident thnt New York would not fall when so near the goal After the short chill of an opening Inning whl'h gave lloston two runs nnd New Yrk none, It wns evident that the home players have strong control of themsehes nnd nre In every wny fit and cnnOden' Ames pitched. despite Mathcwson's pleading with McfTrnw before the ga that he go to the box both to-dav -il to-morrow. Mathewsnn will undoubte, 'v be In the bo to-morrow The n v feature of to-day's irame w' I. h Nimv York won handily by the seore nf ; n " was Mct'ormlck's remarkable ntc'i f a long fly for which he had to reaMi far out over a bleacher fence NATIONAL LKAOTH STANDING Won. Lost r-r Chicago fii " i New York !h m Pittsburg is '", Philadelphia M 'i i Cincinnati "1 '"i Hoton fa "i p" Hronklyn 5.1 VI I St. Louis to PV. 313 Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit ?o fj .f.ss Chicago 61 .,',7.1 Cleveland AO til ,M4 St. Louis R3 C'j .M1 Poston 75 7? .Wl Philadelphia 6S SS Mi Washington 60 Su .4.17 New York 51 pi; ,3M CRUCIAL GAME TO-DAY. Chicago Tram Huoblnic to ,rw York to Play for thr I'ruuont. New York, Oct. 7. With the Chicago base ball team speeding to New York on the Soth Century Limited, with tho local team rejuvenated by relief from the haunting fear of the past three days thnt some mischance might lose them one of the lloston series and lead to a possible triple tie; with a deluge of tele graphic nnd telephonic requests for seat i enervations pouring Into headquarters and with evcrv base ball eiilhuslnst In the hind at utmost the limit of ni'tve Woman loves n clear r isy complex in """ at almost ik iiiu " lltl iturdmk ll'cod Hitters pu lib s tension, It Is clear that the stage Is beliu. U)) l))m)(, , ,PnrB 10 hMn, retlori-s flltlnvlv set for what ! undoubtedly to rmidv sound hculth, BACK TO HAMPTON ROADS. The (lnntle Fleet Will He ltclcrrrd net.-., ttttmm Jim 1 ,, r" rrnl 1. - f-ir , - the President. Washington, Oct ".- Tniess the present plans of the navy department are changed the AtlantU battleship fleet will come home direct to Hampton lloads Th fleet according to the present plans wi'l remain two or three days In Hampton Itoads for a grand review bv Preslder Roosevelt, then go to New York to ro main five or six days In order to gle the men rhoro leave. The fleet will then go to Guantanamo for target practice To-day's statement was the firs' official admission that Hampton Itoads would be the destination of the fleet on Its arrival In the Tnlted States, President Hoosevelt Is expected to review tho vessels nt Hampton Hoads which will comprise the greatest ng gregatlon of American fighting ships ever gathered nt one point Ueet-