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THE IS U KLIN (- TON FKEE PRESS: THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1908.
m HEWS M s Hi Hlo 1 1 u'Kok announces the en gnKitnmt of her daughter, Constance, to the lte P M Hnyilor of llnckford, 111. Mr mul Mrs J H. Cosgrlff, who have been tlio guests of iclatlves In tills ctt v nnd adjacent towns, have returned to their home In fill Lake City, tuli. Leslie Wltherly was arraigned bofnra Jtit-i'p J T. Stearns Thursday, churned villi Mum mi ion. Hp pleaded guilty ami WJ ' N. I j i Mil' I c ntS. tn ft,, nmlf. r c.f I". l .Mi ins "f iiur- ingtioi. I .i nkriipl. ii illvlddiil of .20 1(5 ras I ppii iloclnrc.il by Iteftroe (Jeorfrc W Deherville. Hdwnrd Ooiiyrn wns arraigned In pity cojrt .Monday nnd pleaded guilty to n llrst offense of Intnxlca t on. J I" wns lined Jo and costs. Word liotn rpcclved liero of tho birth of a daughter to Mr. nnd Mrs. T1!pv II Morris of Xew Voik. Mw. Morns w is fuimcrly i.lss liertruile l'ow r l of tl i Ity. Tt U ll'ilbuiil, for 'J."i years a resident f civile P'irk and one of the best known ,wcrs !n Lamoille county, will shoitly ni . to nm-lliiKtoii for tlio purpose of ,i"i q Ms children. ' . . i-ea against 1'iod licnoit and ' Lloeity for petit larceny In the 1 i-tcillng of a watch fiom one t nard In liattpry Park have been nol r .sscd. both of the tcspondoiits having lipen discharged. The .Misses Mnncho I'm trldKP. Hnr.el Drew ...nrgnrot S.ianley and Knto M. Ilckok have gone to lloston, where they will attend Miss Wheclock's school for k nderg.'irt' n teachers. Tha following JudRtncntR woro en tered Saturday In rlty court! O. C. Taylor ft Co. vs. K. 11. HoblilnB of C.olildsvllle, Judgment for the plain tiff to recover dnniugis of JS3.37 and costs of 17.54; Mary I.. MeOrath vs. F. U North, Judgment for the defend ant to recover costs. Kuto Hathaway, nhn was nirpstPd on charKO of Intoxication on Saturday evening, appeared before Justice Steams Tuesday morning nnd was discharged. Kate .had two witnesses who testllled to her sobriety on the evening In question, Tt. Chuppe, an Italian, wan also arraigned liefolo .lustlce Kte.nns for bleach of the pence. It being inleed that lie threw stones at a man and woman who were mil walking. He was also discharged. The Issue of four per cpnt. bonds to the amount of Sijl.Ooo authorized by tho hoard of aldermen to defray tlio oxpen.io end plays but little. Vermont Rallied of InstnlllnK the filtration plant has been I1 r 'r times the distance which Z.mUV, contrlf.Wi M test 3.93W3.1S; ,nl.i to the National Life Insurance com- ,n',V, 1 ""V1, '"" 'I . hiohissos sugnr S-ISflf S i rellncd .r. Cl Ir r r.r. 1 lie niini.-. km cuimiu News ff I M b 1 M ,,s lioen reiPlved In this city iiimu .f Arthur T. Appllon, '07 and Misi Alice Fox, 1.'. A". : li a.lf. id. the home of tho GRAIN AND PRODUCE. Cherry street, nftcr tin Illness of eight inonllis with a cancer, Mrs. Kenyoti whs horn In llltiesbureh anil moved I ((notations In York, Boaton anil to this city eleven years n(to. Htie Is Biirvlved hy a husbnn , Morris (J. Ken yon, and by two brothers and slslers. They are Noble C. Kenyoti of Itlch moiid, Merrltt Kenyon of Wisconsin, Mrs, Marlon Thompson of Shelbtirno ClilenB" Markets. Now York, Oct. 7. WMKT Itocetpts M,tO)i expirlH 3.P50! sales l.TOO.Ctt) futures; spot firm. Ix-ss favorable IJnropean political news to day, In connection with blif clearances, and Mrs. Jane Darber of Richmond. (l tmuisi! pnvernment report nnd better I lie ruiierai will e belli ai ine Home rnf,i demanil In the isorthwes' iav of Kay K'enyon In Hlnesburfjli nt nneW,Pnt much stronger tone. There was Knoi! commission houso support and final prices showed ' to h0' tidvance. Dec. closed tl.0"i, may closed JI ntn,. COItN-ltecelpts expoits :,:!; fpot easy. Option mailt? was without transactions closinpr Vie net hlfiher. Dec. closed 7r,-'i; Mlv closed i3V OATS- Hecelits M.nn; xporlii f.,r.0; spot easy. SCr!An--nnw nominal, fair reflnlnff o'clock this afternoon. Th" university foot ball stnson was ushered In Saturday nt Centennial Held, when Vermont defeated Holy cioss by n seoio of 5 to A In a hnrd-fmiRlit con test. The R.'inie was featill ele..', both lenins relyltiR on line pliiyn for their Knlns anil using tho forward puss nnd ..... i.i.i .."v...... ..n..r..-.i i,nt-A,i-..ki .1 nii.i.n... I III" r r.r-llir in..'"" "' ."it"" r.. i : rl,ll,' m ' Hum opened steady at unchanged prices llir ir..nm .n m'l.'in ,t. owim ivi, u,,o..u. I . f, Vil- . t.lr1 ., .... , I IIIRIlCr CHI Ull'MII v..'.v.p. i nun ll'.l." rllero were 11 tillldelS. Tl, Mill), iinnlvnrnurv t.t i)ia 'nn,l. , .... rt,,r.. ... i - arouno uiu iimiui im..." v... nu,F.,ic i William Tncy, who sklppel front the mock i ongreRntionni cnureli was obser- tf,e near months by local bulls nnd scat V i beet l e.l nf til" birth ' t.. y, hi a Mas. Arthur D. t- nrra of Pr.' t.li-n. e. U. I. Mrs. Htenrns w i formerly Mts Hortha Whlt i f f i'ii- city. T"ri'-k T ibaull wlio was arrested sev- iral ''a' s .if,-". (hirReil ulth havlliR i i-rntpnp.l the life .,f his wife, has been i .ir..-r ball if iM"l In city court lf-'n ilt nf thf noceS'S'nry bonds he is h " l ' T ,o mat i.i (ip of Miss Vltallne I'nr tler at.d I'oiistnnt 1'nrciil took place Tupdni atli riLiuti at St. Joseph's Church. 'I lie Kc. .1. A. I.aCouturo cm lnte.1 Mra Jennie ltijrk was nriesterl yester dni aftern. Km on ltnttery street, charged w lt IntoMeat iitn An .iKeil man was also ii rested "li the -atne chars'', bo belnR fi nd on t M.ilrway In th" UxchanHO V k Miss l,!i7. ii'pt.i Parker, who has been spend or tho .summer with Mrs. I. V. ,i -.viier left I'rlday moniltiR for New N -k n mii.p she will syll f(,r (ilbraltar 1 'it in thence to Spain. where she will t-nrnd six months teaching Knglisli and Ft ,dj Inc Ppanish. A' a meeting of the board of school p. rrmlssloncrs 1' riday evening, It wa decided to finish rooms in Hie third story of the high school building so as to ac commodate the extra number of pupils who are attending the institution this j ear The defence was put In I'rlday In th-'" i'.ik casM of David Ansln Kilnko stein & Co. vs. J. M. A gel Co. The defence was that the rags wh'rb it is i lalmeil wc.io i-hlppcd from JnsiT were not received by Mr, A eel Abraham liadger as arraigned b" fnre Justice Deherville Tuesday hargPd with a second offense of Intox lcfltlnn He was fined $1.. and tosts ff ST 2i. with the alternative sentence (' 's 1as In the (utility jail. Ho will probab'y serve his time. T'ip laundry nt 110 St. Paul street has teen purchased by I'rank IMplneau of T I' Strong, who only recently bought re bjsiiiiss from John Young, the orl "al proprietor. Mr. Papinciti will con 1'mip t ie business under the name of Young s. The replevin suit of It. II. Norton and Marietta Norton vs. Napolfon Sisters was entered m Chittenden county court Tues day The propci ty replevlned consists cf Jl.fV worth of IihiIs and other farm i tens' s on tlio farm of 11 It. Norton In Jim tlntnti Tho it court case of J toward A. i.ewis vs. Paul Jtoblnsmi, an action to reeoer dainage-i of J.'.ki for Injuries al egi ,1 to liae resullf;d trom the defend ants ciiielese operation of. his autom.i- btle. was Monday oiulnutd for one . t week U .i ,s h. eii receded In this city of t ie lea ! of llair Detlipsey In Hoches 1f N Y .Mr. Dempsey marrkd Miss AP e Ciorman of this city, who died some years since. He had many friends In I'j.'lngton laving visited here while he was a trntiiiiig salesman for a ilrm In lto. jester. N. Y. Additional subscriptions to the Tag day find for the Home for Institute Children received Includo M from Mrs. John O. M" jIIouk'i of Bennington and jr0 from Mrs I,, i clatk. Hmuller beuuestn li .1 1 ting to J.T, were nlso received ester.ia. ninklng tho total amount over jr., '(ni i i ii nf Augu-tin Metinier, . in . uriid .it hp. lioiiu mi Pine Tuesd.iv attei'iiiioii finm lieart for some live sons, J. I.ouls rd Arthur, besides one daughter, ,a nil of this city. Tho ib nth of Mis. Margaret Unyes on turol .it the home of her daughter, Mrs v p Oicrn at IW North Willard s'rret Monday, Mrs. Hayes was native of Keepevlllo, N. Y . and lmd l.fen In this city only a i-hnrt time. The finernl tool: place u Ktosevllle, N. y N Y Nil e Lavallcc Has a rralgnerl Hi fore J isti.'o G. W. DoboniUo Moil duv ulended guilty to bcllU," intoxl r.ileij and was lined $,r. with costs of ",. She will servo the alternative aeitriHP of ten days in Jail. Annlo v ami William Andrews each paid J.' and costs for first offenses Tho water of I.akn Chainplaln has. rlsi n slightly during the past week It now being two Inches higher than th lowest low water mark. Tho boats continue to havo difficulty In making landings at Port Kent nnd Plutlsburrfli, while tho Illchelleu river Is nearly Impassablo to cuual boats with cargoes. I'lie denth of Mrs. Isabella Cling non aged M, occurred at her home on I'nrk avenuo Sunday night after an IHniss of two weeks with pneumonia Mrs Chagnon Is survived by her bus band Prlinn Chagnon, and by tw daughtprs, Mis, Sylvester Ploof and Mrs, j,eo flossplln, both of this city hotel at the mouth of the river a few nights ago when the house wan raided for llipior, was arrested I'rlday morn ing. Tncy was on a street car up north when Olllccr William Collins recognized him nnd took him Into custody. Hall was lixed at .V.Ui. News has been received In the city of the appointment of Itohert A. Jones to the ofllce of assistant chemist In tho depnrlmpnt of public health In San I'rnnclsco. Mr. Jones graduated from the local high school In tho class of 1!03 and from Inland Stanford University last r.prlng. Tho position was won In com petitive examination. Mart Iti Walte. who wns arraigned In city emu t Monday pleaded riiiiiv In neitirf intoxicated nnd was lined $5 with costs of $1.01. Kate Hathaway. In tho habitual lrunkiu ds' class, pleaded not guilty to another offense against her. Her inse. was partially heard and wns con tinued until Tucsdny. U. Choffe, charg ed with breach of the pence, was given a partial healing. Cards have been received In the rlty ntinoutKlng the npproanhlng marriage of Miss Maud nilzabcth Cromhle, daughter of ex-Mayor W. A. Cromble of Hurling- ton, to (ieorge l'ranklln Iadue. Tho murrlngo will be solemnized In the Church of the Heavenly Itest. New- York, on the evening of Wednesday, Oc tober 21. Hairy Wells of 135 North Winooskl nve- nue 1ms purchased a place in Milton and will move there to-day. Mr. Wells served veil Sunday. This church was built In tercd coverings imtll near the close when IfieS and wan of colonial architecture, ibev ruled sllchtlv easier under selling straight Hacked pews and rear nnd side i... tradn Interests, presumably ngnlnst gntieries. me original puipit wns IS feet nurchnses In Hrnzil. The market wns lilgn anil reacnen ny Flairs In 1W9 tlio finally oulet unchanged to flvo points church throuoghly ronovated at A lower. Bnles were reported of p.noo bags cost of JC.00O, and In lKf. throuirh the Including; Oct. $0 01. Nov. f,.mi Dec generosity nf Frederick H1llln-;i It was jj, tft. jfarch and May li.ti: Sept. y,SA again romodeiesl. 1 he church tins had 12 enoi coffee quirt; No. 7 Itlo CAi: No. 4 pastors, the present pastor, tho Rev. Henjamln Swift, coming to the church In 1S07. Santos S'iic; mild coffee dull; Cordova Di. itosTON rnoDfcr- maukkt. lloston, Oct. 7. KLOVnHoiir Is quiet but easy; Spring pnienin, nun very one sided gnme of football was played nt Athletic park on Saturday be tween the high school nnd nrlirhnm Academy of Itakcrsficld. Walters kicked shipment. JSMfiSSM: winter pntents, $4 R." off to Jones, the high school advanced .!; winter Mralgiits. HfWl; wtntor iho hnti i.v ,. ur.rtr.o ,.f ni-oo.i... iriv clears. H.lolit.fiO: Kansas patents, lo.jtur '""-"""". ,ilavs nnd forward misses nnd carried s.W. spring clears. Jt WU the Itnkersndd bovs off their feet. COriNMKAT-Cornmeat is stedy; oat HilRham did not once during the game m,'nl ls steady: Has cornmcal, Jt.n? gain tbci. t,rst down and tliev wmtnl 1: grantllntcu. i"?"': nouen, no trick play. Hiirllngton piled on W rolled oatmeal, JI sxflg.W): cut touchdowns till tho seorekeepers felt Hip need of mi adding machine. Score, nurllngton 14, Iirighnm 0. rye flour. 14.05" 4 f0, graham. higher: yellow. Arthur Pollntid was arraigned be- foie Justice Georgn W. Deherville Sat urday and pleaded guilty to Intoxica tion, He wns lined $f. nnd costs of Jf,.fi0. Charles Hounds entered a plea of guilty to a similar offense nnd wns taxed a like amount. John and Anna Savoy, husband and wife, wero ar raigned for Intoxication, The hus band pleaded guilty and was lined J.'i and costs but the wife pleaded not guilty nnd her case was continued un til Mindny. William Andrews was ar raigned for intoxlcntlon, plended not three years with the 1st heavy nitillory guilty and his case was continued tin In New York harbor nnd Immediately til Monday after the expiration of his enlistment went out with Company .M. V. N. O., nt the outbreak of the Spanish-American Wnr While nt ChlckamnUKiin lm con tincted an Illness from which he has never lecovered. Two Durllngton men have filed peti tions In bankruptcy with V. S. Plutt, clerk of the Cnlted States court. Titoof Heseiy, a fruit dealer with stores on Church and Buttery streets, hns lia bilities of Vi.'MM and his nssets are $l,:c!0.40 of which 7i0 Is claimed to be ex empt. Kdwnrd 1!. Hardy, u speculator, hns debtb aggregating J2.SS5.73 and his as- ttts amount to 1,1SR.!4 with tX exempt Joseph Harrett, In tho class known as habitual drunkards, was In city court Saturdny nnd pleaded jrullty to an offense of Intoxication. Ite was sentenced to serve 30 dnys In Jail, Called upon to disclose Darrett told the threadbare story nf meeting with a stranger, who produced the balm of death. Michael Ilnfter wns fined $." and costs for a first offense of intoxication. The death of Mrs Phlllnda (Umdersl Lamothe, aged 7o, occurred at her homo at 2is Hlniwood avenue Saturday night of Ilrlght's disease. She Is suivlved by one son, llward Lyamothe of this city, ami a daughter. Mis. Jnsle Miller of Worcester, Mass., Denldes a brother, Charles lyanders of Maynard, Mass, and tin pc sisters. They are Mrs. Molla Mas sev of Rutland. Mrs. Addle Kstabrook of Oakfoit. Mnss.. and Mrs. Ixulsa yearlings. t.'n.c; millions Welch of Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Lamothe was a member of the t'nlon of Prayer society of St. Joseph's Church. Tho fu nernl took place at St Joseph's Church Tuesday morning nt eight o'clock. Interment was made In St. Joseph's cPtnPtcry. $3.STtt5.10. COllN Corn Is driller nnd Spot stenmer yellow. Vic; No. i9'ic; No. 3 yellow, fcS4c. OATS Outs arc easier nnd lower: Spot No. 1 clipped white, F.H'ii IjO.' ; No. 2, 5Tc: No. 3, KMic; rejected white, B4H(Mc. HAY-Tiny Is dull but steady; straw Is firm. mlllfeed ls (Inner: Hay, choice. JS, No. 1, J17gi7.W No. 2, J15 irM; lower grades, H3.COttt4.M; rye straw JI9; oat straw, Jll; sack spring bran, 2JtlJ5.rt; winter bnin, 2T, 25i2T..TEi. mid dlings, j:r,'.(20."0; red dog, HI, mixed feed, V."Vd2S linseed meal, Vu.Zo; cottonseed meal, J.T0.B0. IAHD l.nrd was lower ycsterdn. but other pork provision were unchanged: raw leaf lard, loic, rendered leaf lard, W'tC palls. 1ftV(nfEe; pure lard. 12c; pulls, v:in?,c; co'inuy dressed hogs, v'u 9e BBI3I' Fresh beef is still slow of sal", though the recent advance ls being maintained: ICxtra sides, tisjftleV, rockI.SW Jc; light, 6',fr7Vv.c; heavy hinds IMU'ic; good lOWlle; light, "39c; heavy fores, 'ti7H'-: good, fiiTc; dght, Sfific. LAMPS Lambs are (julet but steady; veals are tirm: Chnlcn lambs, 9tl0c; gc, veals, 11 LIVESTOCK AT BRIGHTON. 11cci.es n r.lltle lllajher nnd linn Hltghtlr Loner, lloston, Oct. 7 Prlcen of hogs were slightly lower and beeves f,old n llttlo higher nt the Brighton stock yards yes terday. In the prices of the other vnrle. ties of slock there wnn no change from the la.it market. The general average of the prices pnld for hogs wns from JU.tV. to J7.I0 The highest price of the day, S7.30 was nn high ni last week, hut this was paid for one fancy lot onlv A consignment of 111 barrows of extra good quality brought 17.1.". Tho rest of the hogn brought between 10 nnd IS cents a hun dredweight less than at the Inst mar ket, hog buyers stating that the mar ket had n general tendency downwnrd. No hogs exrept Imars and stags brought as low nn W.M last week. Boars nnd stags yesterday brought U to J3C0 nnd J3.' to f4. respectively. There were. W, hogs sold altogether. Beeves were from 10 to 15 cents a hundredweight higher, whereas hotognos which constituted the greater pnrt of the cows sold, Inst week commanded from J1.C0 to $1.75, yesterday they brought from II. To to II .SO. A few bologna bulls sold for three cents a pound. There were no good beef bulls for unto and few especially good cows, one crrw, weighing 10C0. woo sold by K. O. Plpor for 13.7.. Few others brought over 13.0. The prices ranged down to 12 for tho slimmest beef cows. Thero Were nbout half a dozen steers nnd oxen on the market A pair of steers, weighing 34V1. sotd by W. F. Wallace for f.V wn.s as good ns nny thltig nt the yards, Slim oxen brought as low as four cents u pound. About 27C beef cnttlo were sold In nit. In the veal trndo a few "topprrs" brought J7.EO cwt. One lot of 21 calves, weighing 2.VA was sold by M. D. Holt on the Maine train for S cents n pound. Included, however, wns one Yorkshire calf, which was not weighed apart from the others. This iireoutitod for the high figure for the Int. The general range of prices was from ij to 7 cents n pound, coarse calves bringing ns low ns h nnd 5's. cents. One Yorker brought II cents and another fl cents n pourd. There were three calves o this fancy variety of veal on the market Few sheep und lambs wero sold, and the prices remained at tho low scale established last week. About 00 sheep were sold at prices between m and 3 cents. A few fancy sheep brought 3i cents. Iimbs were sold for prices be tween 3 and fi cents a pound. In all K, lambs were sold. There wn.s a gre.it deal nf poultrv nt the shutes yesterday, most of It coming from West Lebanon, N. II, There were a few crates on the eastern train, also. Hens brought from 11 to ny, cents and chickens 11 and 141; cents a pound. Snles yesterday Included: re. C, Piper. Mlddlebury. Vt . three COWS weighing 2W nt J2.7T!: one ou- weighing I0G0, at J3.7T,; two cows weKh Ing 1 !. at 13.25. four cows weighing 130, live S.O), six 4 It, on 690, one 140 and one C70, at 1.V); R9 calves at 13 R0, V) hogs on commission. 13c. POFLTRT Poultrv Is fairly firm Native roasting chickens. 23fiI5c: native broilers, l'320c; northern fowl, 13in6c, i:TGS Choice fresh gathered eggs nre scarce, and prices nre firm at the ad vnnc noted jestorday; Choice hennery nnd nearby. i7t?,19c: onstern extrns, Eff tv,iti t Ti,,ii.n.i. Honors n-hn .Vi western, 23'u:Sc: rerrlKerators, linpn edtlnr nf tho Vrmnnt ITntno Klimnll2'4c. for three years, hai resigned and will be- HKAMi-lw neans are tirnr aim nign- gln -work on the Boston American next cr- but other sinas are oteiy: uariono Monday. Mr. Halvnsa was born In BURLINGTON MARKETS. The following wholesale and retnll prices r.re furnished tho Free Press by A. Barber, Jon A Isham, Vermont fult Co. and F. Howes & Co: WHOLESALE prtlCES. The new closed cars, purchased by the Burlington Traction company dur ing the early part of the summer, were nut Into service on Saturday on tho South Union street nnd Winooskl line. The cars are of the same type as those on the Military Post line, being equip ped with double motors nnd air brakes. They nre pslnted a bright yellow nnd are nearly ns largo as tho Mllltnry Post line enrs. The case of 'David Ansln. Kllnkov stein & Co. vs. J. M. Agel & Co. went to the jury Saturday at noon, tho morning session of court being taken up with the arguments. Tho Jury ro tu,rncd a verdict for the defendant to recover costs. A recess was taken In court until Wednesday afternoon at two o clock. The divorce rase of Wolcott Ilosley vs. Annie Bosley was heard Saturdny afternoon nnd a petition was granted on the grounds of desertion. Thomas Campbell was In rlty court Thursday, charged with n tlist offemo of Intoxication. Ho pleaded guilty and was fined J." and costs of fi 95 Charles Fleuiy pleaded guilty to a second of. fence and was sentenced to serve 30 days In Jail. He disclosed on a second class place In Winooskl, claiming to have ob tained a pint of alcohol there. He could not give the name of the proprietor of the place, and 1ib location of it wan rather obscure. Dr. C, A. Pease of this city nnd Dr, W. Sheohun of Winooskl have com pleted their three months' term at the Fanny Allen hospital as surgeon and physician, respectively. I hey are succeeded by Dr. C. M 1'eirln of Cornwall, England, nnd came to the Cnlted States as an lnfnnt, learning the granite cutters' trade In Westerly, B. I. He followed the cnlllng until about seven years ago nnd was at one time n partner with the Ilalvosa Brothers In a granite firm in Barre, which employed 30 men In good seasons. He broke down with granite cutters' tuberculosis, but after i year of tho open air treatment ho was able to resume work as a reporter on the Barre Telegram. nn 1' t f 1 lll.e. lie had belli 111 1 me He is survived by Kianlslaus. l'rod, T.mnuuel A serious accident took place at the store of the Burlington Drug company Friday morning when Joseph Cota of Cherry street was badly cut by a broken carboy. Cote had filled a five trillion carbov with water and was putting it In place on a water cooler, To do this it Is necessary to invert the carboy. As he was doing this the glass broke, cutting him about the hand and wrist. The tendons and some arteries were severed. Dr. F, W. Baylies was summoned nnd steps were taken to prevent Cote from lilee.iln j- In death. It was found nec essnrv to remove him to the Mnry May I15.S0. Fletcher hospital. As some of tho severed tendons wero connected lots, pea, tiXiCjC.W medium,, J2.305C.35; yellow eyes, tZ.K3.X: red kidneys, 12.10 (frC.20; Jobbing lots.' lOttlUc above carload lots. APPLES Apples are steady: Maine TTarvles, J2f2.fiO Mil, Huhbardstnns, fI.Knrg2.X; Wealthles, II 602.?!; Oraven ntelns. j:.yIf3. Baldwins, JI 2(VS2; Greenings, I2fl2.&0, Twenty Ounce. I2ff 2.W; Pippins, t1.f,rv?f2..V; Alexanders, 3 W) 13.25; Pound Sweets, II 50.53; Mrlntosh Reds, $3tr4; New Y'ork Tulmon sweets, J262..W; Wolf nivers. J2.to33.25: box ap ples. tOcUtl. POTATOF.B White potatoes axe very firm, with Green Mountains selling at St.3RrTl.C0 bg. bags Inclnded. SI'OAJtB IVflncd sugars are. steady 1 tth a fair dwniunl, granulated and fine being quoted as a basis at 6.40c. Chicago pnonrcE mahkbt. Chicago, Oct. 7 WHEAT Dee. W'cc; May I1.02M,; July 96c. CORN Oct. 74c; Dec IHe; May 63sic. OATH Dee, 49V: May M,c; July 4'1- Tic. POnk'-Oet. S13.R0. Dec. $14 (tZ; Jan Eggs, dor.. Butter Beef, dressed hlckens Hogs Lambs Potatoes, bush Vesl Beans qt Beets, lb Butter, Creamery, prints .. Butter, Separntor, creamery C'nbbnge, lb Nov $9 95, Jan. The annual meeting of the Burling ton Humane society was held at the WHF.AT-Spring No. 3. V 03 Y.M.C. A. building Monday evenliig.when (ufl.05; No, 2 red. S'SSWV LARD Oct. J9.92V, r6S: May 50. TUBS Oct. J9.20; Jan. ft tr.. May $52H. Cash quotations urn as follows: No. 3. 9! the following officers were elected: President. Prof. J. K. Goodrich, first vice-president, Miss Cora Tarbox; sec ond vlce-nresldent, Mrs. C N. Mosley; third vlce-pi-psldpnt. Mrs. J. II. Mid' dlebrook: secretary, Mrs. T. b. reca; treasurer, C. II. Bessey; council, Dr. J. M. Clarke, F. E. Perkins, Mrs. Bert Wntermnn. The treasurer's report showed the receipts during the past vear to have been 1710, and the cxpem dltures J3S0, leaving a balance of $130. Dtnnu were discussed towards tho pur Essex Junction ns physician and Dr. I ,,.,,, home for sheltering dray nnln.nl. Villi no SPt Otl WBS tUKCltl. I 11.1 Lyman Allen or nurungion ns sin - goon. The Funny Allen hospital train lug school for nurses opened October 1 with ii clnss of 14 members, The train from New York due in Bur. Ungton nt 1 o'clock p. m. wns two Tiours late yesterdny. The cause was the do- rullment of the tender ns the train was swinging around the curve a few rods south of Vergcnne.s. With the derailment of the tender, the coupling pin broke. causing the brakes to set. This presented the conohcR from leaving the trark and the passengers escaped with nothing more serious than a shaking up. Chittenden county court re-convened yesterday nftrinoon nt two o'clock after n lecess from Saturdny noon. Court wns then adjourned until Tuesday inclining, October 20. This nction was tnken he. cnuse of the enforced absence of several meeting wns ndtourned subject to the cull of tho president. The first full meeting of the Wo- .... 1. 1- VI . A tiwiii'u Auxiliary m inr -' ' COHN-No. 2, TWSc; No. 3 yellow, 7SS79-ic. OATS No, 3 white. 47.trMV. H YE No. 2 75c. BARLEY Good feeding, F,5fii,e. fair to choice malting, f.T'-iBfiOc FLAXSEED No, 1 north western II. 314. CLOVER Contract grades, $9 00. MESS PORK-(pr bbl.) 114 00fll4.12,. SHORT RIBS Hides tlooie) $9..VS10 (0. LARI-(per 1CO lbs) S9.9.V9.97H. HIDES Short clear (boxed) JlO.Sr.? 10 fA WHISKEY (Basis of high wines) 11.37. BUTTER On the rroduce exchange to day the butter market was steady creameries 20H'32IV. dairies 15a'24c. EGGS Steady; at mark cases included ltSfiWc; firsts 22c; prime tilsts 23c; cheese, easy, ttVMfltc. f.no held vesterday afternoon nt tho v M C. A. riarlors with 0 lar,e at tendance, A solo was rendered by Mrs. II. L. Wilder and Mrs. A N. iiiiih.rd icnve nn Interesting talk on her recent visn iu oiiMiuniiuopic, Refreshiuents of coffee nnd 111K11 were ;ij0 erved and It wns ciecnieu inni a rum mage sale would lie neiu in me near future, the mutter neing icn in ciiurge of a committee. BOSTON BUTTE It MARKET. Boston, Oct. BT'TTER Firm. Northern 30c; western 27UflCVc. CHEESIV-Stcady. ermont twins 12 nssnclatlon of the Kit hi Church was held yesterday nfternoon at three o'clock In the uarlflh house. The reports of the of the locnl attorneys nt the supremo different committees were lend and plans NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. New York, Oct. 7 -Cotton futuies open- ed steady. Oct. P 70 Dee Sfin; Jan. .3;i March S3i; May S4', July fi 41 bid; Aug The annual meeting of the Woman's s.41 asked. cMttnn futuies closed steady court In Montpeller. When court tp suines the case of Andrew Ivl vs, Cow 1 1 & Moulton, trover, will he taken up, Second Tlnut. Jncob Frank of this city has been ordered to report at the Plaits burgh barracks, Plattsburgh, N. Y not later than November 3, for the purpose of mllltnry Instruction. He will remain there five days nnd will then Join tho 24th Company of const artillery, ata tkjned nt Fort McKlnley. Me. On Tues day evening n reception wuslheld by the mPinbori? of Bethel Jodge, Knights of I?ytlin, nt their rooms on Church street In .honor cf Lieutenant Frnnk, when ho was presented with n solid gold Knights of Pythias charm. The death of Mrs. Elsie y Kenyon occurred Tuesday at her home, US wern discussed for the coining yeat. It was decided to carry on the work of the society along the same lines as Inst yetir The following officers were elect ed: President, Mrs, F. W. Pony; vice president, Mrs. W. II. Howe; secretary, Mrs. W- M. Martin; treasurer, Mrs. A. L. Ciiln, Tho following were appointed chitlinii'ii of committees. Wical wurk, Mis. E. M Styles, department of for elgn missions, Miss Florence Lyman; department of home mission, .Mrs, W. j. Van Patten, devotional committee, Mrs. Harah P. Toney, custodian com mlttee, Miss I,. M. Johnson, committee on missionary boxes, Mrs, C E, Beach; finance committee, Miss Henrietta Wood, flower committee, Miss Anna Reynolds; Junior work cnmmlttflo, Miss May l. mon. At th close of the nuslness meet ing IHflit refreshments were served Closing bids. Oct Mi iov S69; Dec S7' ; Jan. S.44; Feb. S.4.K March S.41. Muy S41; July S.4S. LIVE STOCK MARKET. Ilnotstliias for Cottle, Sheep and Hags n Xrsr YurU. New Voik, Oct liEEVKB HeC'IP''1 Muiket Ilrm Steers S4.4Wl4.-t: oxen 1,1,11 Htngs 3.Wi ti.12'4: bulls J.',HMoo; cows M.l.Vu 3.60: few extia f;1 Expoits to day 3,100 quilTlers of beef. ('Ai.vi-M-llei'i'lpi'' marlu. steady. Veals V culls M.dOnO.Ul grnssers $3Jtiii4'"' 'leni imIich I4W.ii SHEET' AND I'AM -Hecelpts 9,91(5 mnrket steady. hltePP J2.7rii4M; culls Jl.rAfr2.f; lambs J1W7.00. culls J.trAfr ITXt' vcirllngs Jn" lintlH Tlecrlpts " 4,f;- '"Orkct lower nt I KJAS6.70; plB '"' .3.) .ofiijg.io .05 12H .7f, RETAIL GROCERIES. .10 .03 .31 ,3i333 .03 anteloupes lOgjl.OO arrots, lb Celory, bunch , Cheese ift cheese, lb Cre.vm cheese, each Swiss cheese, lb Roquefort cheese, lb , Edam cheese, each , Chicory Chives rnnherrles, qt .ucumbers, 2 for Eggs, doz Cscaiolle lour, bread, bbl Flour, pastry bbl Green Mint Hubbard Squash ,tPttuce, Boston ball, head Tjpttuce, home-grown, head. Maple Sugar, lb Maple Svrup, gal Miiskmelons Onions, Spnnlsh Onions, lb Parslej bunch Peppers, dor Potatoes, pk., , Potatoes, sweet Pumpkins ndlshes, bunch Bummer squash, Tomatoes, lb Turnips, new, lb lb. lb .irt .11 .20 13. 5 .50 ll.l'O .20 .20 .15 .03 32 .20 J6.D0 .10 .04 . .10.12 .05 .i2sv3.:o Ji.oojrj1.2s .10 Aili .fu; .H .CocjT.10 .30 .30 021-iB.Ou .10 . .04 M .03 RETAIL MEATS. Beef, roast, lb Ufi.M Chickens, lb 20S 26 Fowls, Hi Ug 22 Hams, lb ,1 Hams, sliced, lb .25 Hams, pressed, lb t lanib, hlndquarter, lb 20 Lamb, hlndquarter, lb 25 Leaf Lard, lb .14 Pork Chops, lb 12V4S.li' Pork Hoast, lb t2i.JtT.15 Porterhouse steak, lb 25'j 30 Round Steak, lb .20 Salt Pork, lb .12V4 Sirloin steak, lb 20Tf.2S Tripe, lb .10 Turkey, lb .2S Veal, mast, lb 12!i to .15 Veal atenk. lb .25 ItirfAIL FEEDS. Telephone Orders Forwarded Oct. fi Promptly 8th 1908 Telephone Call 53 tiT Kaehange Conner tine All llepiirtmeiil THE OLD BEE HIVE A New Shoe lor Women A Shoe built primarily to afford tho greatest degree of comfort to tender foot, A Shoe without ungainly lines and un due weight, that has always characterized Shoes of this class. The soles arc medium weight, highly flexible and bend with every motion of the foot. The inner sole, vvhich in ordin ary Shoes is hard and unyielding, is in this Shoe elastic and yielding. A regular cushion sole and as an added comfort they are constructed with an especially fine Rubber Heel. These Shoes come with a lining or without, are shown in several styles and are tho most comfortable Shoe yet pro duced. In every way they overcome all objections heretofore found with Shoes constructed for comfort. We will be pleased to show you this Shoe. PRICED AT $3.00 PER PAIR, Women's Shoes at $3.00 and 83.50 Values Unequalled The many new styles of Smart Shoes shown at this price by far cxcells anything ever offered before. Button and Lace Shoes in Gun Metal, Tan Calf, Tan Vici, the now Wine colors and Patent Leather $3.50 per Pair. Button and Lace Boots, the new high 12-inrh Boots that are so prominent in the Fall and Winter styles, shown in Tan Calf, Tan Vici, Gun Metal and Wine S3.60 per Pair. Button and Laco Boots in Tan and Black leathers, various styles S3.00 per Pair. You can't beat these values in Burlington. Women's Evening Slippers and Castor Pumps a slipper perfectly designed for dress shown in the new bronze shades Patent Kid with dainty white trimmings also plain Kid with beaded toe and Patent Kid 3-strap Sandals Priced $3.50, $4 and $5. Beans, hit limn, ctvt Cot n meal, cw t Hay, billed, cwt Hay, li'OHc, ton Uiinfced, mixed, cwt Mhmintrs, cwt Oats, lui Out straw, baled, cwt I'rovi'iider, No, I cwt I'rovenilor, No. 2. cwt l'oultry wheat, cwt IlKyxIL FRUIT. J3 00 UOttl W) . ji.T.VnSi ss .MiJI no JIuillK II P0 Jl.tOfiJl (u .ceo. ;o .76 ll.SO31t.90 11.701. 80 I.JO Apples, pt(-k , UVfi.ll'i liilliailii.s, doi 1041.30 Ihltcs, lb I'Vt.H FIKS, lb .20 Orape fruit, each 10j(f.2i) Uiupes, basket ,lOf.20 Lemons, doz 2iVa.30 Ornnses, doi 2'?f.&0 Benches, do loft ,30 Fliers, Ciillfornln, doz Sty M renin, homo grown, peck . .0f.M 1'luniH, dnz 103,20 Infants' and Children's Shoes Parents tell us ours are the best they can buy. We guar antee every pair to give satisfaction and besides they are the kind for growing feet that means comfort, and they are stylish, too. Infants' Soft Sole Shoes and Moccasins in white, black and colors 50c Pair. Infants' Hand Turned Shoes sizes 2 to 6, no heel Pat ent Leather with Cloth Tops and Colored Kid Tops plain White, Black and Tan Kid Shoes various styles, button and lace 65c to $1.50 per Pair. Same as above in sizes 5 to 8 with heels, $1.00 to $1.75 Pair; sizes 8 to 11, $1.25 to $2.00 per Pair. Wool Soles for Knit Slippers for men, women or chil dren 20c to 50c per Pair. .. hoi: nnr.wiT.MF.XT fihst ri.onn, nn.tit. HOWARD RELIEF SOCIETY. ffieers Klected nt Annual Meetinc Ve.terdny This Year's Work. At tho annual meeting of the directors of the Howard Belief society yesterday afternoon, the follow Ini? oHlccrs wero elected: President. Mrs. II. 11. Willard, vice-president, Mts. F. J SpauldlnK. sccretury, Mrs. M. M Manwell- trcasui er, Mrs. L. C. Phelps; auditor, Mrs M. M. Tobey: superintendent, Mis M it. Btirrltt: advisory board, Messrs. F B. Tnft, H. W Allen and If. O. Wheel, r. Durlni? the pnst year SOS second-hand eminent ii have been dtstilbutcd. 3iA p.iirs of shoes. BIS pairs of stockltiK. 4S pre scriptions, and nourishment In tho wny of beof extracts, crrs, milk, soups, etc , In 14 cases of sickness, while 2e0 calls were made by the superintendent, nnd many bv different ladls of th.i board Numerous calls nt the door have received careful intention nnd Investigation At She sewlnir school theie wiih an average at tendance of 170 children. Aside from the Instruction given them, the children hnd the Knrments they mule. numbeilnB about 32R. At Chrlstmnn there wns a tree, nt which each child woe remembered by a toy, hnndkerchiof, mittens, candy and nn orange. For the generous eon irlbntlons, time given In teaching In sew ing class ajid dressing dolls for the tree, the directors extend sincere thanks ILLEGAL FISHING ALLEGED. Five South tlero Men to lie Tried Next Monday. V A. Dullard of this city will c to South Hero on Monday to defend Amos Itlnlr and four other men of tha' town for alleged Illegal fishing. Tho hearing will be brnrd buforo. Justice of the Peacu Henry Cnnro. with Fish nnd Came Commissioner IJ. ;. Thomas i.f Stowo prosecuting. The men were found at a late hour on the night of .luno 3 on the lake. In a motor boat with an old scow boxt In tow. siirh ns is used by seiners rv Fish and Came Warden C V Hazcc The meji wern not raiitrht in tho in t seining, but the following morning th warden found a Its-foot seine In the fishing ground. P Is supposed that the men had the net nenrly hauled when they heard the wnrden's inot ir bont approaching Wlum the warden arrived the. tlshermen had thrown th niichor nnd nil the rope Into 'the lnke or hurled P In the snnd. The wnrden and his party put In an all night s watch nnd were rewarded In the morn In,; bv finding the solne and the corks floating i'ii the water in plain sight. FOUR DRUNKS IN COURT. ARRESTED FOR STEALING. Clinrles . Chaplin ( linrgril tilth Theft of II, v. Luce's Otereont. I'harles W. Chanlln. wlm he comes from Mlddleburv. was arrested hy the police Inst evening on a chnrgo of stealing nn overcoat Chaplin, who Is n man of good appeniapce, formed tho acquaintance of II. W. Luce, who s stopping on lluell Mreot. Luce In vited him to his room. At the end of an hour Luo left the ronin and returned t.i Hud his guest gone and Incident. illy nn oveiront, valued nt 190 also. He notified the police who found Chaplin, At the tlinn nf his arrest In- Mas will provided with money nnd had become possessed nf a large bottle of whiskey Further Investigation disclosed the fact that ChapUn had sold tho cone to llllby Cohen of Decatur street. Mr. Ciihcn onme at cinrn I" th" pollen sta tion and Identified Chaplin us the man from whom he bought the cout, llalut) Uorarla for Afternoon Tea. Add a piece of rock candy to afternoon tea In pUce of sugar Sercd with Na bisco Silgur Wuforn, this will Indeed be . revelation. A sample tin will pnne how admirably these Wnfeis coincide with the daintiness their nattm suggests They are rich, crisp, appetlr.lng, specially le aned nnd delicately flavored, When thesa Nabisco Suijar Wnfers are served watch the fact! around the tabic brighten. Three Pleaded (iulltj, oilier Was I'uiiiul So, Four drunks nppenred in i itv uurt vesterday morning, three pleading guilty and one being found guilty after trial. Frank Perrln pleaded n't guilty, but ufler witnesses hnd been summoned he was found guilty nnd fined $3 and costs of J 10.07. He wl I probably serve the alternative sen tence, ten dnys In .tall. Dennis Dempsey pleaded gull'v t a first offense of Intoxication and m fined $F and costs uf S U. He wl 1 ser, the usual ten dins Josoi ti dm also pleaded gnlltv t" a first .iffci se and was fined S.'i and i .sts ,i jil, He will nlso serve 10 davs. Lawrence Mnoney pleaded, pu.lty to a sci i. nil offense of intoi ,itlou nnd rci elvi d n straight sentence of 30 diiyt In the county Jul,, Hale's Honey ol Horehound and Tar Clears The Voice Sold br Pnif tltti PncVaTtaoltaeha Droas Core la Oa M la tat