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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1008.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from 3rd 1'nse.) iMmlamo Reynolds In spending pome tlmo In Philadelphia, tlio guest of her con. Mts. Sarah Council hns returned to Doisol nftcr n month In town. Miss iliaxtor of Boston In a guest nt tlio homo of Harry Powers. was resting comfortably. Amos "Wilcox Is moving Into Mrs. Joseph Itushlow's liou30 on liny Btrect. Cluirlos Brooks Is building n rottago on tho lot purchased of J. R. Far rant. Mr. and Mrs. Fred rick Richmond of Boston woro visitors ut M. D. Sklnnor's Sunday. H. I. Raw fon hns returned from Enosburgh Fulls n'ul Burlington. An lncrcnso In tho num ber of pupils In tho local schools hns inadf It necessary to employ im extra teachor. Mrs. Alvln Adams of St. Johns bur Is vlnttlnpr In town, Rowley Flagg, who la attending school nt St. Johns bury pnsscd Sunday with his parents, DERBY. Mary Jano Derushn, dnuEhter of Levi Derushn, whs married to Edward Gns- scau Monday morning at Btnnstcad. Af ter a bridal trip to Boston and vicinity, they will reside nt Derby Lino. Tho har vest supper given by tho Indies of tho Jiaptlst society Friday evening was well attended nnd a success financially and socially. Tro reception given Dr. 1', W". Comings and family at W. M. Taylor's lnat week Tuesday evening was bucccss fully carried out. They left for Oregon Friday morning whore the doctor will engage In tho lnstlranco business. Mrs. Coming's sister. Miss Hardy, accompan ied them. Nixon Morse, daughter nnd son, Mr. nnd Mr?, Jlenry Colby, Charles nnd Marcla 'Ward and invalid sister, Mrs. llattlo Colby, left last week for Califor nia, Mrs. Susan Grow of Reobo Plain has bought the I,. I'. Jeiino block and Mill tako possession November 1. Mr. Grow hns resigned ns postmaster nt Beebo plain and will mnvn hnck to his native town to spend his declining years. Mrs. Fnnnlo Allbee Is spending n few weeks with friends In Springfield, Mass. A J. Allbee, who has been with his daughter, Mrs. John Aiken, nt Newport, hns returned home. Tho Rev. Charles J'. Gordon of East Providence, It. I will commence his pnstorato of tho Con gregation.) CluiTch Sunday. Mrs. An nlo Hates Is improving. Mis. McPhcn-on remains nbout the same. WESTFIELD. Mrs. II. O. Miller, who has been spend ing several weeks in tho hnmo of her son at Mt. Vernon, N. Y., returned Fri day nfter a shoit visit In Boston and Lowell Mr. and Mrs. Alonv.o Klelinrdson of lioome, Canada, came last week to spend several days with their brother, Joseph Goddard. Thomas King has mov ed Into P. K. lloucliard's tenement. Four of the young ladies aro panning a Hallo we'en party at the town hall Friday eve nlng. Mr. nnd Mrs. Porter and child of Barton Landing are guests of their pnrents, Mr. and Mrs." Israel Sylvester. The llev. F. Williams Is .spending tho week In Canada where ho was married "Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bailey are the parents of a son. Mrs. William Wright went to Derby Saturday to visit Mrs. Clark. D. 13. Wright went to Montpeller Tuesdny for n few days. 3ROWNINGT0N. Mr. and Mrs. 13. S. Kelley have gono to Portland, Uoston nnd other places. Mrs. Morey hns gone to Derby Line to spend tho winter with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Lamorey. Mr. Ira Gray of Kast Charleston hns moved his family into Mr. Morey's house. George Morey hns gone to Derby Line to work for Fred Lnmorcy. Mr. Doe hnB hired Mrs. Walter Puck to run tho boarding house at tho new mill on the Howe place. Josio Alexander has returned to Framlng ham, Mass. LOWELL. The ladles of tho Congregational fo clety will hold their annual festival No vember 10 and 11 nt the Woodman's hall. The first evening they will give an en tertainment nnd the next they will servo a chicken pie supper. Mrs. V M. Ilirkc-r spent last week In Montpeller with her husband, Representative Parker. About TO friends gavo llerney Wilson a sur prlso Thursday evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Lathrop. As a token of regard he was presented with a gold watch fob. Thomas Gelo Tias sold his farm on Albany road to his son, Andrew C Cvlr. and Mrs, Thomas Gelo have moved to Parton to live with their son, H. E. Gelo. Julius Deblols is mov ing to his farm which has been rented. Mrs. Charles Stewart visited in Morris vlllo this week. Philip Paronto was called to Walden Sunday by tho death of his mother. Leon Harm has gone to New York city, where ho hns employ icnt. Wallace Farman and William J.nClalr went Tuesday on the excursion to New York. WASHINGTON COUNTY. MONTPELIER. John Scnmplul of Barro was convicted In Washington county court Saturday morning of keeping Intoxicating liquor with Intent to sell. Tlio Jury wns out only twenty minutes. Sontonco was de ferred nnd ttio respondent wns admitted to ball In tho sum of J1.000 which was furnished by Carlo Murlo of Harre. William lllssetto pleaded guilty In city court Saturday to stealing n revolver from William Molcan of Mlddlesox. Ho was sentenced by Judgo Harvey to not less thnn two nor more than three Months nt hard labor In the House ut Correction at Kutland. WATERBURY. Miss Itntli Slory of Morrlsvlllo Is In town for a few dnys. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. 13. Scott hnvo returned from Boston. Mr. nnd Mm. Charlea Keono nnd daughter, Carrie, havo returned from New York nnd Bridgeport, Conn. H, B. Mniuflcld has returned from Boston. Mrs. 8. C. Wheeler wn.3 culled to Boston Sunday bv the Illness of Mr. Whcoler, who Is In a hospital. H. A. Scott of Klein, HI-, i" 1,10 guest of his In-other, O. 13. Scott Mr. Scott moved from hero to Elgin -j years ngo nnd had since been employed In tho Klein watch factory. Mr. and Mrs. O. 11. Dalo havo returned from Boston. Guy f5. Scott left Tuesday for New York Walter Sleeper is moving into J. O Hawkins's house. Mrs. Nellie Duff us has leturned from a visit In Wlillamstown. Thero Is to bo a recital of Shnkesptarc's, "King Henry IV," by Hannibal A. "Williams, nt tho or-'ra liouso Friday --Miss Mary Carrtgan re turned t" Burlington Sunday evening. Miss Eflle Wells returned from Burling ton sundny evening. SOUTH WOODBURY. Herbert King has finished work for P. B. Ta'-sli, -Glenn MeKlnstry has le turned to .Montpeller, Hatlra, Sabln has been allf'l to Haidwlcl; on account of the lllncs of her sister, Mrs. It, A. Wllley.-lt' iilieii Sptiuldlng Is visiting at L. W. Hnsk' 113. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Haskell l.ne returned fmm Ilopedule, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sulhnm were called t" Montpeller Sunday, to at tend the fun. ,al of Mrs. Sulham's fath er, who dud after a short illness with pneumonia.- M. Pray has found a largo spring adjacent to tho store of Benjamin St Daniels nnd tho water is being piped to tho house. MIDDLESEX. Miss Taplln. tencher In No. 1, spent Saturday and Sunday In Washington. - Miss Bowles, teacher in No. 4. was caueo m nrnnco Saturday to attend uio iu neral of her brother-ln-law.-Mr. and Mrs. P. Campbell of Waterlmry were r.i8 r,f Mr. nnd Mrs. Levi Swift Sun- day.-Mr. and Mrs. Wallaco Goodwin and two children spent saiuiuuj- mm in Montncller with lier peopie.-.urs Tinhio nml little son nre spending a weofc in Waterburv.-Tho tlmo of services of the Methodist Church, wnicn wns iu havo been changed from 10:45 a. m to fi tv in., will not be changed until .o- ember S. Tho annual chicken pie. sup per of tho Methodist society will be a tittln extra this year ns tho Moretown band will bo present and render music nml there will bo drills and recitation Tho llev. Mr. Crawford will aid In th entertainment. Wednesday evening, ."no vember 4, Is tho date and all are luvneu VERMONT WINS CHAMPIONSHIP Football Eleven Met Norwich University and Wa3 Vic torious, 11 to 0. HARD GAME PLAYED IN RAIN PeiT I'linililp, However Straight Foot ball by Vermont Fnrwnrd I'n finve C'mlctn Touchdown I. fit ter f.nine "Wlicti Pressed o Cinnl I. Inc. RUTLAND COUNTY. KDRN HATTIN DEDICATION Cornerstone of Administration Building Laid, Too. An Krn Mnrlcrd In Home for Ilnys nt "Westminster Gov. Proctor nnd Other Prominent Vcmwnlers Hud n 1'nrt In Ilxerrl.ics. WORKED LONGER If 10 GO TO GAME (Continued from pnsr one) BRAND OK. II. D. Bacon left Saturday for Char otto, N. C, where ho expects to spend tho winter. Dr. Frederick S, Hriggs of New York Is visiting his parents Mr, and Mrs. II. D. Brig-KE. Frod Hog ers left yesterday for liolso City Idaho, where he will remnin during1 tho winter. Mr. and Mrs. r, P.. Bar ker have irono on a hunting trip to tho Adirondack?, Mrs. Lydla White of Petersboro, N. II, Is v!IUnrr Mr, pnd -Mrs. K. 13. Ayors. Gnorge W, Humhara has returned 'rom a week In New York. Clifton 13. A. Mcrrltt Is Improving after n two weeks' illnoss. Henry Bashaw Is rerlously 111. Dr. J. II. Woodward of Now York Is (.pending n few lavs In town. John Mound hns moved to tlm Hastings block on Center street, where he will en gage in tho bakery business. Mr and Mrs, Arthur Beeman of Fairfax aro visiting Mrs. Beemnn'H parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. I, N. Chase, About ono hundred persona from out of town wero hero yes terday to attend tho miction nt Forest Park farm which will bo continued to day, C. F. Kddy of Stowo nnd G, E. Moody of Waterbury wero in town yes terday. .Miss Carrie. Ormsbeo has re turned rom Now York dry. FOREBTDALE. Mr, nnd 'Mrs. Georgo Foreiiltcs, Sr., nnd Miss Morjnrlo Wolnln have return ed from New York city, Tho infant dnuehtor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnyton Ayer died Saturday. Tho funernl was held at tho W, M. church Monday afternoon, the Itov. W. A. Wilson officiating Tlio Woman's Auxiliary will hold a rummage salo nt their rooms Thursday, November 6. Bishop A. C. A. Hall will mnkn his annual visit to Graco Church Sunday. Mr, nnd Mrs. I. W. Horn nnd Mrs. Mary fiymons passod Sunday In Ilutland. PROOTOR. Mis': Szallna Bensiewlcz nnd Jacob CcsJIk, both of this village, wero mar ried Sunday nt tho Polish Church in West Itutlnnd. John Ilaney nnd fidwnrd Ludaboueho aro spending a week In Now York rlty. -Ml?s Laura Holden and Kntherlno Casey havo gone tn Bntri, where they will do private nuinlPf'. beliif; graduate nurses of tin Ur i'' ir bo rltnl-.MlHs Amanda Walter of RI-ov fan, Mu Is tho cnest "t friends in town WINDSOR COUNTY ROCHESTER. fiMrcn Trask is In H 't n for a few days.-Tho (lro on Mt. H-rrld is well subdued at this tlmo in a no lura.n trouble is nntlclpnted.-Tbn Ladles' Aid of the Methodist Kplseopni . nurcu ii hold Its annual Harvest s ippnr in u. -i,rrii nnrlnrs Wednesdo', tKtober -o, GAYSVILLE. Tim W. It. C. will hold a ,i'e of fancy nml useful articles at un'.rn l,all f.a- nesday, December 9, una in me evening n dr'uma will bo given. -Miss Allco rhfriel was at homo from 1 -r s'hool In Fclchvlllo over Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs, T.ron Chnmberlln and daughtor, Lorn, ro ttirnfrt to Cromwell, Conn, Saturday. Mrs. Klla Tenney went to pandolph Mon dnv for a fuw weeks' staj - At the regu i,,r meeting of Goodwin "ii.ingo r-uiui' day evening Distilct Iwputy Flint of ttrnnkflold gave an aij.iiibs. a poem written and toad by It. K. Wilson was much enjoyed. In three weeks a Har vest sunner will bo slven A very pretty wedding took place at Mr. nnd Mrs. J, A. Clietlel's 8atuday i.,onilng nt 10:u o'clock, their daughur, Annlo L., being united in marriage to U .iner F. Waldo of Wnlllngford by the It.-. George Good win of Bethel. A dinner was served after which they drove to lMVd to tako the train for Montreal, and . n their return tbey v. ill reside at W..lllngfnrd. Mr. Waldo has lx en a i"pi.' u teacher hero for several yeai s. lb ulx n, tho llttlo son (if Mr .und Mrs. T1i,iicm Imkette, died Frlduy morning of dl.d tb. rl.i. Tho burial was nt Bethel Fibl.n nfternoon. Two other children are 1. 1. .,ut seem some what better at this t:-ne -Carl Tenney started Sunday nftrrnoon for Des Moines, Iowa, wheio he has finrbiyment on an electric road which i 1 log built. Ncal I ndcrwood leturm il to Lawrence, Mass Monday after sevei il weekb' stay In town. Mr. and Mrs. ( oolldgo of Troy, N. 11,. havo been guests at Augustus Cham berlln'B. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Ketchum aro tho parents of a daughter. SOUTH ROY ALTON. II, II. Klbby has purchased the Charles Smttli residence on South Windsor street. Mis. W. p. Belknap was called to Barre Monday by tho death of her fatlv er. Tho Geoigo Brlglmm farm has ro cently been sold to Bay Alnsworth.- Orrln Buss of Marlboro, Mass., was In town last week. Montpeller, Oct. 2S. The football championship of Vermont wns settled hero this afternoon when tho Univer sity of Vermont team Journeyed over from Burlington with somo 300 rheer in(f rooters, met Just ns cnthustnstlo crowd of cadets from Nnrthtleld backing tho Norwich University eleven and beat tho latter gamoy team, 11 to C. That was a Joyous moment for the Norwich boys when after Vermont had mndo a touchdown In tho first half and failed to kick u Boal, tho cadet eleven worked a perfect forward pass and criss-cross and Heed scooted down tho Held nnd planted tho pigskin quarcly between Vermont's gonl posts, Then tho kicking of the goal by Iteed made tho scoro G to 5 In Nor wich's favor. Strnlght football In about five minutes more of play gavo ormont another touchdown and Wat- kins that tlmo k'eked a goal. Tho first half thus ended with all the scor ing finished, 11 to 0, and A'ermont hnd won. Between halves tho Vermont con tingent, headed by its college band, sallied out and did an artistic zig-zag lown tho field. Forth eamo tho ca dets, not to the outdone, and wltli them was the Montpeller Military and. With not too great care ns to whern they went, the Norwich men mixed up with tho college band but cool hends among the Burlington rowd restrained a rush which seem d inevitable, and caught tho crowd with tho good-natured attitude assumed. Viri31U3 NORWICH "HELD 'KM." Tho Fecond hnlf was marked by Nor wich's superb defense when Vermont hnd taken the ball almost to tho N. U. goal line. Thero the red-Jerseyed players held for downs and booted tho ball out of danger. Vermont thereafter played on tho dofenslvo. Its men wer eoro from tho hard gnmo with Cornell Saturday nnd straight football wns all they tried. Tho Norwich gamo was tho more open but three attempts to work tho forward pass wero unsuccessful after tho first time thnt resulted in its touchdown. A drizzling rain during tho tlmo of play made handling tho illppery ball dimeult but In spite of that fow fumbles wore made, threo covering the. number of such slips. A crowd of l,f0 Interested legislators, State officers, alumni of tho two colleges nnd peoplo from nil the surrounding country witnessed tho gamo at Intercity Park, filling grandstand and bleachers and overflowing nlnng tho sldo lines. Tlio Vermont seniors woarlnrr white "plug" hats wero seated In tho midst of tho Vermont crowd on the blenchers and so nrrnnged ns to form a plainly marked V from top to bottom of the stand. After tlio gnmo, n orderly celobratlon was conducted through tho principal streets of 3Vntpolior ending at tho Pavilion where the Vermont men cheered nnd sang their collcgo songs nnd let the welkin know that Vermont had won. The summary: VERMONT. Tuesday, nfternoon, October 2", about 800 peoplo gathered at Kurn Hattln, AVestmlnster, to attend tho dedication of the Dickinson school building, and tlio lnylng of the comer stono of tho now ndmlnlstratlon building, which Is in pro cess of erection to rrplnco tho ono de stroyed by flro February a. This building Ik located on tho old slto nnd conforms somewhat in outward np- penrance to tho one destroyed, but tho arrangement of the rooms within will I bo entirely different. It will contain parlor, reception room, reading room, dining room, serving room, pantry and kitchen on the ground floor, with dormi tory, helpers' rooms, guest rooms nnd hospital suite In the floors above. At about two o'clock tho boys of tho homes, U In number, formed a lino of march nnd led the trustees, helpers nnd friends of tho homes to tlio corner of tho building for the Interesting exercises. Tho remarks of ex-Governor Proctor, who for the second tlmo used the trowel and mortar In behnlf of Kurn Hnttln, were especially appropriate. Tho morn ing having been rainy, It seemed that tho exercises were specially blessed In tho breaking away of all clouds and tho brightness of the sun falling upon the net. Mr. Proctor, nmong other things, sold: I thnnk God for Kurn Hattln. I thank Him Hint It Is located within tho border of the Green Moui.tnln State." Again he said: "Boys, no matter how mnny buildings may bo erected and dedicated) no matter how rm.-h money may bo given; no matter bow faithfully and well the officers and teachers may do their work, after all tlio future of Kurn Hattln is In your hands. It all depends on you. Kuin Hnttln will be no bettor than you are; it will bo no worse than you are." Prayer wns offered by tho Rev. George F. Chapln of Saxtons River and the doxology was sung by tho boys. THI3 DEDICATION S13RVICI3. JOINT 1U3SOULTION.1. A Joint resolution was adopted on part of Sennlo providing for a visit of tho commltteo on insanco to tho institution at Waterbury nnd IJrattloboro. A Joint resolution providing for a visit of commltteo on industrial nchool to tho nchool at Vergenncs was adopted on tho pnrt of tho Sonato, A Joint resolution providing for com mltteo to propose amendments to tho constitution was adopted in concurrence. Upon request of Senator Scott, Sonato bill No, 40 wns taken from commltteo on Stato and court expenses and re ferred to commltteo on appropriations Upon motion of Senator Kidder, the Senate ndjourned, r. g. g. Roed, 1. o.... Cnssldy, I. t. , Hughes, 1. g. Thomafl, c Buckmlller, r, Dodgo, r. t Buck, r. o Plorco. q. h Wntklno, 1. h. b. Slavln, r. h. ,b. Adams, f. h NORWICH, ...,r. e M. Smith r. t., F. Smith , Hawley, Chlcnwskt c, Campbell 1. g., Carpenter 1. t Light 1, e., Carswell q. b., Iteed ...T. h. b., Maynard I h. b., Barney f b., Damon PROCEEDINGS IN HOUSE. H. W. ALLEN & CO. To-day Our Special Offering of WHITE MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS Should interest hundreds of Women. Garments of -sterling worth and very little prices to pay, Near rive hundred to select from. Made of extra fine white cambric. Very full and ample flounce, varying in width from 14 to 20 in ches, effectively and substantially trimmed with fine Swiss embroideries, hemstitching, tucks and Valenciennes laces i Priced at $1.25, $1.38. $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.25. 6core, Vermont 11, Norwich C; touch downs, Adams, Watklns, Reed; goals from touchdowns, Watklns, Reed; um pire, Dndman; referee, Burleigh; field Judgo, Illckam; linesman, Trunk; time, ;0-m!nuto halves. Immediately following this was thfi dedication service nt tho school build inff. This building won erected last year at a cost of about 512,000. It contains play-rooms and tr.llet rooms In tho basement, two school rooms and a manual training room on the first floor, with largo hail which can also bo used as gymnasium on the second tloor. Tho Hon. W. J. Vnn Patten, who hns been tho president of the association slnco its organization, gavo tho open ing words of welcome. Ho spoko feel ingly of tho noble woman, Mrs. Fred erick Billings of Woodstock, through whoso generosity and personal Influ ence tho erection of this school build ing was nindo possible also of his life long friend, tho Westminster boy, Inter tho leader in Berkley Templo nnd tho founder of Kurn Hnttln, ths man in whoso honor tho building is numed, tho Rev. Charles A. Dickinson. Dr. Dl-klnson was a graduate of Harvard College nnd wns tho poet of his class. The last two lines of his class ode were selected as tho school motto; Bo ours a purpose firm and suro. Bo ours a manhood stanch and pure." T.nstlv ho spoke of tho boys for whom this work is maintained 'and In whoso Interest tho work Is conducted. Tlio part which the boys took In tho program Miowed tho result of much patience and splendh;! training on the part of tlio tencher, MIsh Sommerman. Ono specially Interesting feature was a march In which tho word "Wclcomo" was spelled. Tho small boys were especially good In tl.elr song and cxerclso as also was Walter Pierre in his declamation "N-ow lTnirland's Fairest Boast." The Rev. Mr. Chapin, In a few well choson words, told tho history and development of tho Warner Memorial Home, and Its promise frr tho futuro in added flpnee nnd facilities for enrin for twenty-tlvo boys. He spoko tenderly of tlio notilo woman, Mrs. Warner, who gnvo to Kurn Hattln Homes association her homo for this branch of tho work and tho years of hnrdshlp there, nnd of tho flnnl Joy in the fultilment of hope. TRAGEDY W GREENFIELD Believed II. 13. Cinlnm Shot MInk Ilnr- rlet M. Wlnif nnd Then Illmflrlf She Cnmc from nelloni Fnlls. Greenfield, Mnss., Oct. S. A doublo tragedy surroundod by mysterious cir cumstances occurred liero to-night. Benjamin K. Gaines, SO years old nnd Miss Harriet Mabol Wing, ten years younger, wero found dying from bull'Jt wound3 nt Miss Wing's boarding houso 11 Wells Ftreet. Both expired without making a statement. Tho police expressed tho opinion that Gnlnea shot tho young woman and the killed himself, but no reason for the shooting Is known. Oatnos nnd Miss Wing had been soen frequently In oneh. other's com pnny. Gaines wns an Inspector at a mn chlnn shop. Miss Wing wns a sales girl In n department storo and came hero several years ngo from a villnge near Bellows Falls, Vt. GREAT SALE OF AYRSHIRES Forest I'nrk Fnrm Herd of IIS Hrought p:i,ono nt llrnndon. Brandon, Oct. 2-Tho greatest salo of Ayrshire cattle over held in this country took j.laco at Forest Park farm to-day when the herd owned by I, N. Chnso, proprietor of tlio farm, was sold at auc lion for $9,0u0. Nlnety-flvo head wero sold for an average of Jft.Ou ench. IteniH fol lows Six bulls, J510; two cows over 10 years, $150; 21 cows, three-yenis-old and over, 3,M5; SO heifers, ono and ono-hnlf to threo years old, $3,135; eight heifers, nlno to IS months, $G'.5; J4 cnlves, $1,025. Manager L- V. Horrlck of Worcester, Mass., pronounced tho snio In every way o sureess nnd stated that tho wide in trert It" n in the pnle of this famous Kf nt P rl: inn Ik" d wns evidenced hi the piesence of bui'i rs from Ohio nml p-nnn-lvnMa and from every New Kng lai.d Stlto ADMITS HE ROBBED A STORE AT OASTLETON. Ilutland, Oct ,23. Franklin 1 Johnson of this city wns arrested to-ilay at tho depot whllo ho wns getting his shoes shlned preparatory to taking a train, on the clmrgo of burglarizing tho storo of Lyston & Carney at Cnstleton Monday Yilght nnd stealing a dozen rins nnd other Jewelry. Ho later confessed that ho nnd another man, wIiobo name has not been disclosed by iho ofrtrers, broko Into tho storo. Ho clnlmed that ho was drunk at tho time. Johnson will havo a heating to-morrow. Tho following officers wero olected ut tho St. Albans district Hpworth League convention: President, Rev, R. V. lxiwo of St. Albans; 1st vice-president, Miss Anna Mudgott of Rlchford; 2nd vice-president, Miss Mary Rankin of Georgia; 3rd vlco-presldent, Miss Chlno Ladd of Ht AUmns Bay, 4th vice-president, .Mr.s Klsle Penr.o of Hwnnton; secretary and treasurer, Guy A Peek of Kssex June Hons superintendent Junior lengue, Miss Ida M, Barton of Johnson. TIIIl SPBAICHRS OF THE DAY. President Vnn Patten then Introduced tho speakers of tho day, the Rev. Georgo B. Lawhnn. principal of Vermont Academy, Snxtor.s River, Vt., nnd Hon. Mnson B Stone, Stato superintendent of education. Mr. Uawson sp"ko of his Joy nt being able to Rtft this day for Kurn Hnttln. Ho alluded plenantly to tho fact the school with whl' h ho is connected and this work as hflng located near each other nnd as dolni.' in Fome ways a union, work. Ho paid I gh tribute to the rank of Kurn Hattln tmys In scholarship nnd ability nt 1 Is icademy. In his words to tho boys ho esi eclally urged them to "do" something discover themselves, nnd to realise that In every great under taking of the future In tho. world's achievement the s must havo a part Mr. Stono spoke especially to the boys themselves nddreKS'ng them ns "my fel low comrades." He gave them stx greit points of achievement, viz: Accuracy of thought nnd speech; nonesty of pur pose nnd of net. courniro to clioosn tho right nnd boldly to stand; obedience to those In control: to sen, nnu to God; purpose, an aim Arm nnd suro; service tn learn to do for others nnd to give tho best of themselves to the world's work. In conclusion he 'aid! "Boys, I say to you, when you go nut from here, have somn definite idea I'l f nnfl seruro the thing If pnmtble. P powers, not pup pots; be men, not machines; bo heroes, not zeroes " The closing prnver by tha Rov. O. H. DeBevloho seemed fl tnlt0 one lnt0 the ery rresnnco of Ood. Ho committed every Interest of tho work present and filjurn Into Dlvino keeping nnu nesougbt Ood's blftng open the building dedl- cnted in tbli way t'1 tno cnuse nt nu- manlty nnd tho betterment of mankind. After ennitnl nnhaniro or goon wislies nnd rousing cheers from tho Wnrner Homo boys tho company grauuawy uis rcrsed, nnd nn event which marks an era In history Kur" Hnttln "0'"os wns most succesf'illJ' c'nor'' Wo are headnuarlers to.- Waterman'. Ideal Fountain -'en lnu most rerfect writing Instrument I" n0 w"rW" ?"r,n8 sortment I, comnl'"' ""'""n,! n" " and des..'. r ir to $10 00 F.vrry , , .U,y BlU ni.tpod and may bo "chausc If doe g v0 enuro sans, factlou, Tho Free Press Stationery store, MORNING SESSION. Devotional exercises wero conducted by the chaplain. Journal of Tuesday read nnd approved. At 10:30 a Joint assembly wns held to recelvo the report of tho Joint convass Ing commltteo to canvass votes for county and jrrobnte officers nnd Justices of tha pence. (These figures hnvo pre viously been published In tho dally newspapers.) S. H. Kellogg wns elected a Jtistico or tho peaco for tho town of C onc.ortl to fill a vacancy, ns was Edwin E. Karlcj from tho town of Plymouth. APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR. Joint resolution relating to use of hnll of Houso of Representatives by Vermont Blblo society on evening of October 10. Joint resolution relating to use of hnll of Houso of Representatives by Interde nominational comity commission. Joint resolution relating to tlio use of tho hall of tho House to tho Rov. J. J. Lewis on tho evening of October 27. Joint resolution relating to Joint as sembly for tho purpose of hearing re port of canvassing commltteo for county and probate olllcors and Justlcos of the peace. II. 12C By Mr. Lyford of Warren, to amend section rvi79 of tho statutes, (Changes penalty In tho "anarchist act" from deatli to imprisonment or line.) To Judiciary committee. II. 131" By Mr. Breseo of Hubbardton to amend section CD-i2 of tho statutes, ro latins to the shooting of pickerel In Iwiko Bomosecn and Lako Hortonla. To Joint commltteo on game and llsherles. H. 137-By Mr. Millard of Mount Tabor, to amend section 3W2 of tho ttntutes, re lating to the discontinuance of county highways. (Authorizes discontinuance) of such portions of old county highways as havo ceased to bo of general public nee esslty.) To commltteo on h'ghways and bridges. H. 13 By Mr. Miller of Bethel, to re peal sections B25 nnd C26 of tho statutes, relating to tho classification of real es tate. To commltteo on grand list. H. 139 By Mr. Miller of Guilford, to amend section 3345 of ths statutes rela tive to the nppolntment of deputy slier lffs. (Deputies not qualified to act until deputation and certificate of oath aro to corded with county clerk. Forbids eher Iff accepting any compensation for au polntment of deputies.) To Judiciary committee. 11. 140 By Mr. Bacon of Hartford, lo appropriate money for tho uso of tho Statu fair commission. Appropriates JS.U'W for 1909 and J.uji) for 1910. to bo used by the Stnto fair commission In of faring premiums. To commltteo on np proprl.ulons. H. Ill By Mr. Webber of Woodbury to permit taking of pickerel through the Ico In Iako Greenwood and Valley lake In Woodbury. To Joint commltteo on game and fisheries. II. 142 By Mr. Pitts of Mendon. to aid tho town of Mendon In repairing a certain highway. (Appropriates $1,000 for permanent work on tho Woodstock and Plttsflpld road.) To commltteo on ap proprlatlons. H. 143-By Breseo of Hubbarton, to permit the taking of piko nnd pickerel through tho Ico in Lako Hortonla in tho towns of Hubbnrdton and Sudbury. To Joint committee on game nnd fisheries. H. 144 By Mr. Hitchcock of Plttsford, relating to tho tnxatlon of timber hinds, wood and timber. To Joint special com mltteo on tnxatlon. H. 14J-ny Mr. Ray of Brandon, to nmend section K130 of tho statutes, relating to tho conditions of licenses. (Provisions shall not apply to tho salo of soft drinks nnd cigars by a license.) To Joint commltteo on temperance H. 140 By Mr. Perkins of Pomfret, to nmpnd sections OB 2 nnd WIS of tho statutes, relating to tho dutlet of tho cattle commissioner. (Provides for control and disposition of cattle when contagions dliessn is found.) To comlmtteo on agriculture. H, 147 By Mr. Goodhue of Westminster, to repeal section io'i of tho statutes, relating to highway districts In In corporated villages. To committee on municipal corporations, H. lift-By Mr. Divoll of Rockingham, relating tn tho rowers of tho officers of fraternal and chnritnblo organizations. (Gives them power to tako nnd hold real and personal estato for such organ ization.) To Judiciary committee. II. 149 Substitute bill for H. RJ, hy Mr. Fish for the Judiciary committee, relntlng tn attachment nnd salo of Intoxicating liquor and amending section 5102 of the statutes. To Judiciary committee. H. 150 By Mr. Parish of Randolph to pay Mirch M. Wilson tlio sum therein named. To commltteo nn claims. H. 151 By Mr. Hitchcock of Plttsford to provldo a uniform system of town accounts, (Crentes a commission consist ing of Stnto treasurer, auditor nnd nn ex pert nccountant to establish nnd Install in offices of town treasurers, n uniform system of public accounting To be com pleted not later than October 1. 1910. The system does not Include cities or In corpornted villages or districts. Provides for nsslstnnt auditors to nudlt town ac .counts,) To general committee. H. 1K2-Iy Mr. Goodell of Elmnro, to amend section 4009 of tho Ftntutes, relnt Ing to State nld for tho permanent Im provement of highways. (Provides for ap propriation of $r,0,roo annually for permanent highways.) To commltteo on highways. H, 153 By Mr. Howo of St, Johnsbury relating to the liability of employers to employes. To Judiciary committee. H. IM By Mr. Bnrber of Brattloboro, relntlng to iho liability of employers to employes. To Judlclnry committee. II, 153 By Mr. Howo of St. Johnsbury, to amend section 6241 of tho statutes relntlng to fees of witnesses. (Provides six cents n mllo ono wnv for travel nnd one dollnr a day for attendance.) To Joint committee on Stato nnd court ox penses. HUM"! THIRD TIME AND P XSr'UD II, 40 To amend See. ,1120 of till publlr stntutes, minting to the ele tlon of town officers. SILK DEPARTMENT Attention is especially invited to a new sliowin! of SATIN SHANTUNG Unquestionably one of the most attractive of all the new Satin finished Silks shown this ser.son. Paris has accepted the j Satin finish fabrics as the favored material for the Empire and Directoire costumes. This highly lustrous silk is of chiffon weight and especially adapted for the Directoire gowns. A fortunate purchase enables us to offer these stylish fabrics at $1.00 a yard. 24 inches wide, most fashionable shades of frecn, brown and blue. Broadclotli $1.50. Full assortment of fashionable colors and black. An ex ceptionally fine, beautiful cloth like qualitid ordimrtly cost more. $2.00 and even $2.25 in some stores. Uxc generally ac cepted most fashionable material for the Winter" Costume. 52 inches wide, price $1.50. H. W. ALLEN y CO. J H. r,! To nnend Sec. 902 of the pub lic statutes. II. 25 To legalize tho grand list nnd rjuadrennlal appraisal of the town of Grand Islo for tho years therein named. H. 39 To nmend Sec. 7 of No. 37 of the nets of 1S35, entitled nn act to In corporate tho Connecticut and Pas sumpslo Rivers Railroad company. II. 12 An act to prevent negligence while hunting deer or other game, precipitated an earnest discussion in which Mr. Howe of .St. Johnsbury, Mr. Fish of Vergennes, Mr. I.ocklin of Rich ford, Mrs. Jones of Sudbury, Mr. Howo of Bennington, Mr. Emery'of Eden, Mr. Williams of Newport, Mr. Martin of Brookllno nnd Mr. Goodall of Whlt lnghnm. The House -ntod to commit tho bill to Mr. Howo of St. Johnsbury to nmend. and tho bill ns amended was ordered to a third reading. THIRD READING ORDERED. JL 21 To pay Myron P. Davis the sum therein named. II. 30 To nmend Sers. 44 SO and 4532 P. S relntlng to railroad transporta tion. On motion of Mr. I.enry of Burling ton, it wns voted thnt when tho House ndjourn It be until 1:30 p. m. On motion of Mr. Parker of Lowell tho Houso ndjourned. HOl'SE AFTERNOON. THIRD READING ORDERED. 'll, 77 To amend section S35 of the pub lic statutes, relntlng to tiro payment of Chicago and I rent on sequestered lands. II. 41 In amendment of an act in addi tion to certain Eoctlons of chapter 194 of tho public statutes, relating to graie crossings. VERMONT OFFICERS REUNION Copt. Prank Kenflelil of Morrim Hie Klcetrd President of nclet.v . IMnmley Voted Titanic fur Aililrc. Montpeller, Oct. 2?. About 40 mem bers of tho Reunion Pur-, tv rf Ver mont Officers gatnered at M .rtpe ler this afternoon nnd ovnh.g f r t. ,r 43th annunl meeting. T!. r",n'iers of this society are ofllr -rs and n r commlssloned ofllcers of the rmy ar navj- who fought in tho Civil War The society has a present members'u of 350 nnd Its members nre located . , nearly every Stato In tho I'nlon. In the nbsnei- of the president no I vice-presidents, tho business meeti'g this nfternoon was called to ordi r b Gen. J. II. Lucia, nnd Lieut. J. A. Gi'ill Ing of Wilmington was elei ted ti 'u porary chairman. Tho report of t Inst meeting was lead bv Gener.i Lucln, the secretary and the ri-P'ivtT of tho secretary nnd" trenstirer ns by him were adopted The rep 'rt ' the treasurer showed a lu.a'-"e ji) hand of S1.S2. The secretary rend a letter fmm M-h G. G. Benedict of Burlington nckr uv ledglng a copy of tho resulut', ,s nd otr 1 one yenr ago on tho death rf Llrut Benedict, which was orderrd spread up on the records. The secretarj uisn read letters of regret from E. B. Snerman of S. 3 Relating to commitments for ir.u demeanors. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. each regiment of which Col A C Br v of this city was chairman was t.ectc and reported a recommendation for t following officers to serve for t e r suing year. They were unanimous elected: President. Capt Prniil. Ki' H. C2 In relation to the time of hold- 1(,ij of jnrrlsvlllo, vice-presidents. (. t' Ing general elections. v t nrmsbee of Brandon. Capt J I H. 83 To amend section 169 of tho pub- Moselev of Northtleld: so n-tary a" 1 lie statutes, relating to assistant clerks, treasurer, Lieut. J. II I.u- la f Mont- 11. 2 To amend section low! of tile puu- 6pr. executive committee. Huri'i lici -v ltc statutes, relating tj trustee process. of Chester W. II. II. Slack of Sprlrt-- SENATE BILIaS REFERRED. S. 15 Authorizing tho attorney-general to employ persons to search for crim inals and evidence. To Judiciary com mittee. ORDERED TO LIE. Joint resolution from the Senate re quiring tho chief Judge of the supremo where an eiouueiu aou,e -" ""i court to rearrange the consttutlon of the by Congressman-elect 1-rank 1 lumley ' Stato under suitable heads. ; Nortlillf l.l. A voie ui -" dered Mr. I'lunuey anil a copy iu in.- - A. Woodbury of Bur lington. THE OFFICERS El ECTED A nominating committee of one fro- field. E. A. Howo of Ludlow 11 was voted to hold the next annual meetln,; at Chester. Headed by the Montpeller high scho il drum corps, the members nnd t'.elr la dies marched this evening from the 1 a vlllon Hotel to Representatives on i SPECIAL ORDER. H. fl Relating to the collection of tnxes, removes four or cent, dhcount, makes taxes payable to town or city treasurer nnd adding penalties for non payment of taxes. Mr. Hltchcocl; of Plttsford who Introduced it spoke In Its favor. It was opposed by Mr. Fletcher of Cavendish. Mr. Martin of Piaintleld nnd Mr. Adams of Marlboro. On motion of tho latter the bill was dismissed. On motion of Mr. Ballon of Chester, the House adjourned. INITIATION FUN TO-DAY. KnlKlitx of Pjtblni Tro Will lie In l'nrnde nt Wnterbury. Waterbury, Oct DS. Tlio grand lodse. Knights of Pythias, was in hi-sslnn this afternoon nt tho town hall when 2-1 past chancellors took the grand lodge degree. This evening the grand lodgo and Pyth- Inn Sisters enjoyed a dinner nt tho Inn after which nn Informs I reception was held In tho hotel parlors, loiter In the evening the Pythlnns and Invited guests listened to nn Interesting address by Supremo Vhe-Chnncellor George M. Hanson. An orchestra was In attend ance. The Pythian Sisters held a business dress was requested rr publication the minutes, of the society Tro nnr i bunquet at tho Pavilion Hotel, w was attended by tho lndks. folleue Hugh Henry of Chester, tho retlr n president, acted as toastmatcr ana i e speakers Included Governor Ue -rge i Prouty, Lieut. -Gov. J. A Mead. Speak r T. C. Cheney. Corigreshinin-eb- t Fran, Plumley, J. H. doubling of V 'nrrKt m H. E. Taylor of Bra ttleboro an 1 '. M Man'-ur of Newport. GRAND LODGE OPENING. KnlghtN of Pjtlilni and l?Tilnn s. lert nt Wiiterlnir?. Waterbury. Oct. 27 -Tho 2'Hh annual convention of tl.e grand l-dg. Knights of PM'.il.is. domain of Ver-m-ft uill b held here to-morrow and Thursday' About 2t0 knights are expected and nr rangements hnvo been mndo to establish their hcadqunrters nt the Waterbury Im Tills evening the committee on credct tlnls was ill fcssion and tho grand lod Mill open In the town hall to-morrcv afternoon at 2:30. The llrut business t bo the conferring of tho grand lor innk on all pnst chancellors. In the evening tho grnnd lodgo n (Pythian Sisters will be given a recepti meeting this afternoon after which de-, n" ,nn ,,ftcr ,v,cll thero will be grees wero conferred. "I no eu-ciion oi ,,,, ,,,,,, .., in the town hnll wb officers of both grnnd lodges will be held Sll;)rcmo vice-Chancellor George to-morrow Tho renl fun of the occasion begins to morrow evening when tho votaries "111 perform on a largo class of tyros. Be fore thu event there will bo n grand par- nde nnd street pnnoant forming In front of the town hall at ''6:00" o'clock. The onlv coRtumo barred from tho parade Is tho shenth gown, After the Initiation a banquet will bo served In the K P hnll Itch' Itch' Itch Si Hitch' s'craiel-' Scratch The morn vnn sr-nt b tin worse the Itch Try Doan's Ointment It cures piles, ei-zt-ma, ny skin ttchl ig AU .trittiiftutw Bt-ll (U Hiinson of Calnls, Me., will bo tho ornto The Pythian Sisters of the grand lod held their regular meeting this even ' nt Cnstlo hall, Paul D. Dillingham LodRt Secret woik wns conducted by tho Bra don Lodge of Pythian Sisters. BURLINGTON CARPENTER BANK Rl'IT. Rutland, Oct 2S Ira 11 Tike of B i Hit ;ton i 'i r" et t or, -is (lied a pi-i i , in i,,nknri ' w th F S Plait ch r, t'-e 1 i, tnl .-lates oiit He bis UabllMni of Ji.03 77 and iln els of iV of which (iJ are claimed to be exempt.