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HIE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY C, 1009.
ONE CENT A WORD & 0 Advertising In this eol unin one cent o woril, each Insertion. Copy may be changed every week. Cash In advance required. No advertisement token which Is loss than twelve words, two lines. Special terms to advertisers using from 250 to 1,000 lines within twelve consecutive, months POINTERS. OWNEP.S OF FAUMS who wish to hire help or to bcII a farm should use this column. Nearly ,000 copies of this pniir are sold every Issue and your ndvertlseincnt would be read , by ninny porstblo buyers. "E.wtf WANTED A GIRL or middle age woman wanted to do housework on a farm. No objection to a child Address with references. H, L. Miner, lirmpon, vi. i'j,ji,h. FA KM wanted on shares. Opportunity Ah sired by energetic, coiisclentlous man to lent or work on shares a farm now In pnxlucinK condition. The udvertlser Is without farm training but combines homo capital with a thorough business education both of which he will devote entirely to thu betterment of the prop el ty getting his sen-ices. He Is married, nn electrical engineer by training and occupation and Is known ns a hustler. " Address J K. K.. care of Burlington (Vt ) Free Press. lOt.fit&W.lt. HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT (Contlaned from First rag.) 8H01EHAM. Mrs. Zenas Baldwin has returned .from Crown Polnt.-Mr. and Mrs. A. O.' Dud ley have been m Crown Point this week to se his mother, who I III. Miss Mnrcla Douglas has returned from Now York. Mrs. H. K. Wright and Mlrs Kllsabeth have returned from Mlddlebury where they passed two weeks.-Mrs. H. C. Jones has returned from visiting rela tives In Hiilliind. Mrs. W. It. fltokes Is 111. -Mr. and Mrs. Robert C'ollltto have a daughter horn Monday. Mrs. K. G. Parnham Is In Brandon with Mr. nnd i Mrs. deorge Keiley, helping to care for their granddaughter. Sirs. C. C. Morse of Randolph Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orondy. Miss Elizabeth North has returned from Saco, Maine, whore she has been for two weeks. Mrs. O. I'. Martin, who was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Russell, hs returned to Burlington. VEROENNF8. ORWELL. FOR SALE. COVERKD CARRIAGE, very easy rid ing for sale che.ip if taken at once. In onlre 135 Loomis street, S7.6tArtt 120 Acre, Ntnck nnd Tools Only 1 1-2 mile to depot; cuts Vt0 worth hnv yearly, pood pasture, cream sold at door, 7f. Mils, apples; .VXI cords wood, J"i,ooo pine, cottage house, 70-ft. barn. silo, cellar, running water; borders Inrgo river, shade and view the best; change in business demands quick sale, aid In luded are S good cows, wagons. a'l to Is cream separator; all for only "..V-O, part cash, picture Kni all details page :!, "Htront's April Bulletin," copy fiee Dnnt Z712. D. A. Strout Co.. Old youth P.ldg., Boston. 1M.lt. !1 iW HITS A 140 ACHH PAR.M with a very good layout of farming tools, sit uated 1 1-2 miles from the beautiful vt! lace of N'orthfleld, dark loam soil quite fiee from stone, plenty of nice fruit. 100 nice large maples on tha road side, a nearly new 10 room houss cost 11,800, barn ?,(rx&) with cairlairn room all ron iitcted; also sugar house. jr00 cash, ti.lance easy terms Immediate poe hussion. Never falling spring water In thu house and yard. For this and many other farms address J. K. Hunt, Rfnl Estate. Kssex Junction, Vt. 10fi.eod&46,w2t J4.UVI IF YOF CAN raise the above in cns.h you can own the best equipped milk farm In Chittenden county, only t Jtee miles from tha city, carries tn cows and Is fully stocked, everything nt hand and making money, elegant ' ulldlnga cost to build 110,000. $16,000 tfikes the outfit. If you want any kind ot real estate come to me. I can do yrm good. J. B. TUmt, Real Estate, Essex Junction, Vt. 108.eod3tA,w2t NOTICE. NOTICE how little It costs to tall thousands of readers In many towns of Vermont what you hava to sell or what you wish to buy. Adver tise. In the Freo Press and you wtU set replica to you? advertisement. 21,wtf At the annual election of Dorchester Uidge V. A A. M Wednesday April 2S, the following ofllcers were elected and appointed; w. M., Wallace Footc; B. W,, It W. McCuen; J. W Robert P. Brtggs; treasurer, J. A, Harrington; secretary, U. F. O. Kimball: H. D Roy M. Spooncr; J. !., C. J. O'Bryan; S. H., It. W. Day; J. R, Fred W. Flagg; chaplain, It, R. O'Brynn: it. A. it., A. CI. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. 11, W. McCutMi of Boston are passing a week at the Stevens House. Boymour Duprey died Friday morn ing from a complication of diseases after n. lingering Illness, aged f,0 years. He Is survived by a wife nnd two daughters, Mrs. Don Evans and Mrs. William W. Miller of Chicago. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon. A consultation of doctors was held In the ease of J. O. Hlndc? Saturday. Mrs. Hattle Pratt has gone to Johnson to care for Mm. 8. A. Andrews. Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Oils, Is recovering from pneumonia. -The Ladles Aid society of the Methodist Church served sup per Wednesday evening In the parlors of the chuich from six to nine o'clock. Mrs. Alice Freston went Friday to North Adams, Mass., for a visit to relatives. The Rev. Dr. R. H. Davles attended the Founder's day service at the Univer sity of Vermont Saturday. The district stewards' meeting of Burlington district will be held In the Methodist Church at Rutland to-day. The annual meeting of St. Paul's parish was held Monday evening and the fol lowing office appointed and elected: Senior warden, Charles E. Parker; Junior warden, N. J. McCuen; secretary, N. J. McCuen; treasurer, Timothy Neville; vestrymen, C. K. Parker, N. J. McCuen, T. Neville. C. W Pelplo. O C. Spencer, R. W. McCuen, J. A. Harrington, A. D. Vlttum. F. H Adams, F. H. Ros Edward Oarrupy Is passing the week at Charles Holme's In Charlotte. The condi tion of John Kelly remains unehnnged. Mrs. Robert P Rrlggf- and daughter, Refceocn, and Mrs. Walter Bristol and daughter, Edith, visited In Burlington Monday. Onsslus Wprner has purchased the Charles E. Parker house on Maple street. An Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sillier died Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Oppenhelm of New York city have Iren passing a few days at their farm lyiuse near Keeler s bay. Miss Florrrire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson, and William Soars of Mlddlebury were married Wed- ei-day afternoon at 9t. Paul's Church, the Rev. P. Gavan Duffey officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Sears will mako their home Mlddlebury. Miss Christine Walters f Plattsburgh, N. Y., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Charles Walters.-A very r.couraslng meeting of the Improvement Foelety was held Tuesday afternoon th Mrs. J. H. Donnelly. The taiflm ave planted f7 tree and many shrubs. The next meeting will be held June 1? with Mrs. Edwin Lewis. Willis C. Tabor f Cortland, N. Y . Is visiting his cousin, Ernest P. 8t11on. The Verennes -ange will hold a special meeting Frl- ny evening to give the first and second egree. The condition of Mrs. Charles ewell Is improving. John Reugyn and Miss Iaura Perry, both of Ferrlsburgh, fre marrl'd Tuesday evening at tho Methodist Church parsonage by the Rev. C. Fisher. ft. L. Allen, Mrs. C. M. Cook nnd Esther Bush attended tho county Christian En deavor meeting In Addison Monday. Mrs. K. 54. Stnvens'8 funernl was largely attended at the Congregational Church Monday nt 2:00 p. m., the Rev. J. C. Wil liams offlclatlng.-F. R. Kimball and Miss McCnrry wero married lost week In Boston. Mr. KJmball hna leased a hotel In Boston and will reside there. F. 11. Kimball has sold Eagle Inn at Orwell to Boston parlies, Mrs. Ij. N. Besette of Saratoga, N. Y.. with cull dien nre at her father's, J. if, Thomas. Mr. nnd Mrsk L. B. Needlmm ara the parents of a daughter born last week. Miss Jennie I'ltie has returned from Manchester. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet Wednesday nt t:00 p. m. with Mrs. Fritz Lllllc. The Y. P. B. C. E. will meet Friday with Mrs. O. B. Moftltt. ADDISON. The Addison County Christian En deavor convention was held at the Baptist Church here Monday with a good attendance. The Rev. Frank R. MorrU of Bennington, president of the society, nnd Miss Grace M. Young of Fair Hnven, the secretary, were tho speakers. Howard C.nrk has gone to Vancouver, B. C with the shipment of sheep for Raymond Clark. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Clark have started for their hoeni In Australia. Lutle Whltford Is 111 with the measles. Stella Cross has Ticeu 111 the past week. The Infant child or Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Miller of Waltham. formerly of this town, tiled May n. Mrs. Julius Tracy of Phelhtirno has been the guest of her sons, U V, nnd J. C. Traoy. Mrs. McDonald Is very 111. NEW HAVEN. Mr. and Mrs. MerrtAtn of Salisbury nte visiting their nephews, Fiank and Weslev Sumner. -.John F. Peck of Proc tor was In town iMonday. Mr. and Mrs, I.on Rowley of Bristol were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rowloy.-C. E. Ever est vl-lted In Shnftsbury over Sunday. Hiram Wheeler, who hail a shock about a week ago. died Saturday evening. The funeral was held Tuesday at two o'clock at his lato home. Newton, the young ton of Mr. and Mts. Smith Rose, Is very III A cordial Invitation Is extended to rll Interested In the memorial exercises to meet in the lower rooms of the town ball Saturday evening, May 8. F, F. Green, who has been critically 111 since he was Injured, now seems to be Im proving. Homo of tho young people nto to bivb the drama, "Wedding Hells," nt tha opera house Thursday nnd Friday evenings. MORE FARMS CO acres. 4 miles out, new house, pleasant location. Price 2,80t. 60 acres. 2 ml'ts out, fair buildings, til stock, tools, etc Bargain price, $3,487. 100 acres, 7V4 miles out, very plea, ant, near school and village; every thlng gcen If you want It. Prlca rea- tonaK 240 acres, good buildings, good land, big sugar bush. In fact everything ready for biz.; a big bargain; only 1 m. to village; has r. f. d. and 'phone, cows, horses, tools, hay and fodder) will trade for city property. REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE 00. iss college: street. firnu, j i, Tlanb.rtaads far sals COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. Estate of Sarah V. Hendee, nurllngton The I'nderslrned. having been ap pointed by the Honorable Probate court for tne uisinri ot i;muenuen, Commissioners, to receive, examine nd adjust tho claims and dvmands f all persons against the estate of Sarah V. Hendep, late of Burlington. In said district deceased, and all claims exhibited In ofrset ttiereto, nereoy give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforuald at tho office of A. G. Whlttemore. In tho cltv of Bur lington. In said district, on the fourth day of June and October, next, at 10 ro'rlock a m., on each of said days and that six months from the 20th day of April, A. J. 1909, la the time limited by said court Tor said creditors to pre sent their claims to us for examina tion and allowance. Dated at Burllnirton. this 2th day of April. A. D. 109. A. . WMIl-J'KMOtllS, FRED JOlfONOTT. 4,w3t Commissioners. Emm 01 Im VERMONT BOOKS Persons navtng early Vermont kooixs which they do not care to keop are Invited to write to J, L Bouthwlck, Burlington. Vt. dAw.tf Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without Palo. The only office In Burlington, where you can get teeth extracted whhout a partlole of pain without taking gas. Vy method Is used by no other person No pain; no danger; no after effects. DR. L. D. IIA7.EX, Ofllee, 1r line St., Ilurllngtoa, Vt, Onice lionra 10 to 3, 7 8. ESTATE OF GKOUGE PRATT OF f'OI.CIIKSTRn. TATK OF VERMONT, District ot Ce.lt tenden, ss. To all persons concerned In the es tute of George Pratt, late of ColcheS ter, In mi lil district, deeeaeto, URXETINa At a Probate Court, holden at flur llngton, within und for the District of Chittenden, on the 2th day of April 1909, an Instrument purporting to Toe t no last win ana testament or ueorar Pratt, late of Colchester, In said district deceased, was presented to me court aioresaio, lor proeate. And It Is ordered by said court that tho Slat day of May. l0t. at th Probate Court rooms. In said Burlington, ce assigned ror Drovinsr saia mstru mnt: and (hat notice thereat be given to all persona concerned, by publishing :us oraer mree weens successively i the liurllnxtnn Weekly Free Frees. nowspaper published at said Burling ion. pruvinuH to tnn time appointed, Therefore you ar hereby notlAed te appear before said Court, at the time and place uforesald, and contest tee probate of anld will, If you have cause, Given under my hand, at Burlington, in biu n cusirict, tins zain aay or Arn MARCKLLUS A. BINGHAM, 4G,w3t. Judge. CHITTENDEN COUNTY. ESSEX JUNCTION. MONKTON. Mrs. Harvey Potter, aged 7 years, died Saturday from a complication of diseases. She had been In poor health for about two years. She Ih survived bv an aged husband, by a daughter, Mrs. A. P. RussotII, and a son, Harry Potter, all of this place. The funeral was held at the residence Monday af ternoon at two o'clock. Mrs. D. E. Meeoh was In Bristol Friday. Miss Myrle Meech Is visiting in Bristol. W. C. Donahue was in Milton Satur day. The Ladles' Aid held a meeting nt Mrs. .11. F. Eddy's April 2!) and elected officers as follows: President. Mrs. 11. F. Eddy; first vice-president, Mrs. B. U I.iwrence; second vice president, .Mrs. M. O. French; ehap lnin, Mrs. Martha lawrence; secre tary, Mrs. Harry Vanrlett: treasurer, Mrs. F. H. Dean. Dr. O. R. Thomas Is confined to the house by Illness. Mrs. Kate Bcgror has returned from Now Hampshire, where she spent the winter. RIPTON. Ralph Belden cut one hand quite badly on n saw, while working for Henry Wood, Charles Nobles Is HI. There Is a sociable at Mrs. Ada Billings's Frlday Ight. MONKTON RID055. Newton R. Franklin from Fppervllle, N. Y., will attend Friends quarterly meeting nt North Ferriaburgh May S nd 9. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. Estate of Phebe A. Coon, firnnby, P. Q Thu uudornlgiiad. having been ap pointed by the Honorable Probate court for tne utsiriei or untttonacn Commissioners, to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of all persona against the estate of Phebe A. Coon. late of Granby. P. Q deceased, and all claims ex hibited In ofrset inereto, nereoy give notice that we win meet ror tlio pur pose aforesaid, nt the residence of J W. Farnsworth, In the town of Col chester. In said district, on the last Mondays of May and October, next. at 10 o'clock n. m., ana mat six montlis from the soth day or April, A D.. 1J09. is mi lime iimnea d- sain uotiri lor said creditors to present their claims to us ror examination and allowance. Dated at nurllngton, trils soth ilav or Aprij, a, u. mux. J. 01. WIlKiMT, C. A. WRIGHT, 4C,w3t Commissioners. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. Kfttale of Mary A. Jackson, Montcnlm Thn T'nderslgned, having bean ap pointed by tha Honorable Probate court tor tno uutriot of Chittenden Commissioner, to receive, examine and adjust tha claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Mary A, Jackson, late of Montcalm. N. .!., In said district, deceased, and an riaims nxniDiieu in onset thereto nereny ive notloe vnat we will meet lor inejpurpoee aioresaio, st the of flee of 6. P. Ray. In the cltv of Rur, llntfton, In aald district, on the first Tuesdays of June and November, next. a.i io o oiock a. m., ana mat sis. monmt irom me sra nay or May, A. D. 199, Is tha tlmu limited by said court for said creditors to urnnt their claims to ua for examination and allowance. Dated at Burlington, this 3rd day O. P. RAY. H. T. RI7TTER 4,w3t Commissioners. Mounting: Boards warn run raui AMeoiav At the annual meeting of Ethan Allen J,odge, No. 72, F. Sc A. it., Thursday evening, officers wero elected as follows: Jnmos II. Vlcle, W. M.i Newell A. Wood, S. W.; Orvls B. Nichols, J. W.; I. 13. Huntley, treasurer; F. W. Woods, sec retary; Allen Mnrtln, S, D. ; It. O. Mud- gett, J. D. Officers appointed by the Master-elect: E. M. Howard, S. 3.; H. D. Brow, J. 8.; C. D. Howe, chaplain; It. A. Hard, marshal; T. 11. Rotertu, Tyler; H. D. Drury, pianist. The educational meeetlng for teachers of the Essex Junction public, school union held In the Congregational Church Friday was very successful. Of thn f.4 teachers of tho C3 schools In the union, ti were present. Thero weio also visit ing teachers from Richmond and Hlnes btirgh and o. numbei of townspeople- at the evening session, l'rof. J. 8. C'ooley of Worcester, Mnss., repiesenting the Ward method of Tending, was tho first speaker and handled his subject with much ability, this whs followed by a conference conducted by .Superintendent C. D. Hone and In which whool prob lems were discussed. This completed tho 'orenoon session. State Hupei Intendent M., S. Stone began the nfiernonn meet ing with a talk on school laws, speaking enpeclally nn thoso made during the lust legislature, Miss Jessie I. lloss, super Intendent of the Grand Isle union, spoke on "Tonchlng English In tho Rural School" and advocated not using tho text book In EnBllsh until tlio seventh grade but to teach English In connection with other subjects. Supei Intendent A W. Eddy of Urlstol whoe subject whs "yucstionlng," spoke of the rllit nr.d Intorestlng both for pupils and tench wrcng way of naklng questions, tho point being that the question should dovelop what the pupil knows rather than being" the means of ex pressing whit the teacher knows Supt. F. J. Rrownseombe spoke prin cipally on how to make school work ers. His subject wns "Out of the drab Bag." The evening icsslnn con slated or an lllustratei lecture on Fort Ethan Allen. Among the other business was the re-election of the polloe force consisting of J. II. Douu las, David Demng and William Fieldnr. Miss Grace Brooks, Sunday school worker, will bo at the Baptist Church BundRj evening and will speak nt the "Forestry" by tho new State forester, A. F. Hawes. A talk on elementary Agriculture" by Trof. J. L. TI 11 1 ji. dean of the agricultural department of the Fnlverslty of Vermont, and remm'ns by Editor D. H. I.nmherton of this place, who has taken part In severa of these meetings throughout the State. At the first meeting of the newly elected village trustees It wa de cided to expend the appropriation o tr,00 on the road between here and 7:30 service. Miss Brooks will apcni: two weeks In this town In the Inter est of Sunday sehool work under the direction of the Baptln' State eonven tlon. Lieut, and Mrs. Frank S. Clark of N'orthfleld are spending a few week here. Lieut. Clark, who recently re. ctlved his commlsflon as second lleuten ant In the coast artillery, Is awaiting h's assignment. WILLISTON. The death of Arthur J. Downer oc curred at his homo In South Willis- on Sunday tifternoon at three clock from pneumonia with which o hnd been 111 slnco Tuesday. Mr. Downer wna 70 years old Mirch 11 and Is survived by k wife nnd one on, Walter ot Boston, who was by his father's bedside when ho passed nway. An only daughter, Mrs. George Smith of Huntington, died a few weeks ago. Tho funernl of Mr. Down- r wna held at tho houss at one 'clock Wednesday afternoon with burial In Hlnesburgh. Tho body of a young buck deer was found In n culvert near thn Cndy farm Saturday, The authorities pronounced tit death due to dogs, or being struck by a train. Mrs. M. W. Clark's family Is qunrnntlned with the mea-sles. Grant Miles has pneumonia. Mrs. Lola A. Fer- gtiMin Is III. F. W. Clark returned Sat urday from Boston. Slips Ber.sle Brown s Miondlng a few dnys In North Wlllls- ton, Mrs. C. C, Fuller, who has been Isltlng her son, B. Fuller, returned to lonesvlllo Thursday accompanied by her grnnddaugliliT, Gladys. Mrs. Arthur Brown and Miss Hattle Brown wore In lurllngton Bn'urdny. CALEDONIA COUNTY, ST. JOHNSBURY. The commencement honors were en ounced at St. Johnsbury Academy iMcnday morning as follows: Valodlctorlan, William H. Boynton, Bt. Johnsbury; salutatorlan, Miss Mary Wllley, St. Johnsbury; first honors. Miss lone Barrett, William H. Boyn ton. Miss Mary I Clement, Miss Wln nifred Merrill, Miss May Willey, all of Bt. Johnsbury; second honors, Dale Simpson Atwood of St. Johnsbury. Miss Dora E. Postings of Watcrford, Nelson R. Parke of Passumpslc, Mia Glenn E. Roundy of East Burke; third honors, John H. Borland of Pt. Johns bury, Plynn M. Bolton of West Burke, Miss Myrtle L. Kellogg of East Con cord, Miss Carrie Kllbourne of St. Johnsbury Center. Mrs. Harriet C. Boynton quietly ob served her 90th birthday Tuesday. Her niece, Mrs. Agnes Edgerly of Brookllne, Mass., assisted her In wel coming the friends who called, and her granddaughter, Miss Helen A. Boynton, who has been studying vio lin In Now York city the past year, came home to help celebrate the event. Col. T. C. Fletcher, who has been very III, Is Improving dally. The Rev. Francis A. Pool of Barre will preach the baccalaurate sermon this year at St. Johnsbury Academy. The Baldwin Valley farm at Wells River has been Hold at auction to Henry Bution of Ryogate for $9,100, Miss Delia I. Qrlffln, curator of the Fair banks Museum, has gone to Philadel phia, to attend the annual meeting of the American Museums association. HARDWIOK. An elopement te alleged to have oc curred In the village Monday when Mrs, Jessie Btewart, who resides at West End, left town and It Is said that William C, Ooorge, a man who has been boarding with Mr, and Mrs, Btewart, went with her. When Mr. Btewart and four board ers returned home Monday noon for dinner they found none ready and Mrs Stewart gone. However, Mr, Btewart found a note In which his wife told him the was going home to Sootland tad It waa afterward learned that she and Mr, George had left for Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Btewart were highly respected Scotch people and had lived here for some time. lister Hoyt ot Springfield Hui,, Is visiting his uncle, Oeorge Hoyt The Lie Temme flub gave a dance Jton day evening at Bona of Veterans' hall. C. T, Pltree, the village treasurer, has moved his ofllee to the Cowlea block to the office which has been vacate by Town Treasurer 1. A. Bhattuck. Mr, Shattuck has moved fcack to his store en Main atreet, Mrs. C. 11. Dana, who has been In Boston for a few days, returned home Tuesday. The annual village meet Ing was held at tha opera house Tnea day evening. David McNuughton aete4 as moderator and the following oflteers were elected: President, Melvln G. Morse clerk and treasurer, C. T. Pierce; trustees David MteNaughton and Carl Cobb; auditor, R. II. Fletcher, John Stewart and Arthur O, Titus. Mrs. R. D. Brodle has been confined to the house by lllneee. WINOOSKI. MANY 5 MADE YESTERDAY Much Interest Aroused in Freo Press Travel Voting Oontest. NINE NEW CANDIDATES Each Contestant Ilns 14 Chnncr"i of Sue- oess The AlnsUn-YuKon Exposi tion nnd St. I.nmrcnre Vnlley, the (iouU ot the Winners This Ye nr. The death of Mrs. Theitiste M1ron lio Is believed to have been the oldest oman In the village, nectiried S-iturda fternoon at the home of hrr grand mi gilt or. Mrs. J. A. Phillips. Him wa almost 100 years old, having ben In n St. Threse de Rlainvlne, P. Q., Sep tember 16, 1S10. Mrs. Mlron wns taUen 1:1 about threo weeks acn but was still nblo to he about the house. Saturday he was confined to her bed and at 1:30 passed quietly away. She ins married at the age of IS and Is survived bv threi. ins and two daughters. Her husband led about ".5 years ago. The yns tr-- Alexander of Rt. Paul, Minn.. Paul of Hull, P. Q Augustus of Otinwn, Ont., nd the daughters, Mrs. Xavier Haune of St Paul, 'Minn., and Mrs. William Ynn- dow of this village. Mrs. Mlron has been resident of thl village for 3) years making her home with her daughter. Mrs. Yandow. The funeral was held t St. Francis Xavier Chuich Tuesday morning at eight o'clock. At the meeting of tho board of vil lage trustees Monday evening, the fol lowing officers wero elected: Chief nglneer of tho Urn department?1, l'id Iavalee; first assistant, James llolloi' hu; serond- assistant, Paul Klrhy; of ficer chosen by the sienmrr and Laf ayette Hose compnnle.". confirmed by the hoard; superintendent of streets nnd sewers, Maxln Oodett; chief of police and day off leer, Edward II. Ilnrton; night policemen. Albeit St. Amour and Phillip Lmiiidry; specials, east ward. Horace L. Thomas, Thomas Buckley; south ward, I'rban Dfioches, Thomas Fox, Edward Cruse. Sr.; west wnrd, Rosalre Ptahe, Jewls Barber, Louis T. Maynard. Porter Screen works, Michael Nugent. For the three positions on tho regular force, six application wore received, two for that of chief. The night police, It will be noted, are new men, displac ing Finr.lv Bergoro.i, who ha-? been a regulnr officer since the founding- of the department, and John McGrnth. The marriage of Miss Eva Maneau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Man seau of this place, and Augustus Cluir bonneuu, also of this place, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Charbonncan of Frank lin, N. H., took place at St Stephen's Church Monday morning. Tho Rev. J. P. Rand officiated. M. J. Gullet! stood with the fmlde and Arthur aianseati with the gruom. They will mako their homo at the Brunswick House, and will post pone their wedding trip until a few days later, when they will vlelt Montreal, Quebec and other places. Among those present from out of town were Mlrs Eva Latrell and Miss victoria Dion of Bur Ilnrton. The party was entertained at dinner by Frank Latrell at hln home on latounraln street, Burlington. Tuos evening a reception was held at the home of Charles Dion of Roio street Burlington. A olvll case was heard by Judge Con lin In municipal court Tuesday, Joseph nd Jennie Myers of Wlnooskl bring an action of trover against Andrew H, and Delia Burrows of wlnooskl for pioperty alleged to have been taken from the farm In JSssex owned by the plaintiffs but occupied by respondents. H. N. Dea- vltt of this place and J. J, Monahan of Essex appear for the plaintiffs nnd V. A Bullard of 'Burlington for tho respon dents. UNDERHIDL CENTER. Mrs Novshs, an aged lady who had lived the past two years at Mr. Slater's, died Thui'Mlay afternoon. Martina Ter- 111 1, v. ho lias been nt the Vermont san- iiturlum nt Plttsford for treatment slnco Inst September, returned homo April 2V ind Is thought to be much Improved In health. R, D. Hums In seriously III with inflammatory rhoutnatlsm. J. Stanley Hardin of tho battleship Nebraska Is visiting Mrs. CI. A. Terrlll, hl cousin. XIr. Hardin was with tho lleet In lis trip around the world. Ills homo Is In Seattle, Wash., nnd he will report for duty to his ship next Satur liny. Alexander Ilosault and wlfo have returned to their homo In t-eru, N. Y. lifter a week's visit with their son. John T. Leddy nnd Thomas Conway with their wives passed last Sunday with rela- thes In "ttltUllibury. 'Henry LcBerge ha bought the Kllpcck place In Stevens vlllo. The funeral of Mrs. Ncvlns was held Saturday, nt tlio home of F. C. Slater, the Rev. A. If. Sturgls officiating. E. II. Blaltely began carrying thn mail from this place to Fnderlitll May 1. Charles Barnes of Fletcher Is visiting it A. B. Joy's. IT. O. Hardin from Fort Ethan Allen passed a part of last week at L. 1. TrrrlU's. Thero wero no ser- vl.-os nt St. Thomas's Church Inst Sun day as the Rev. Father Therlen held scr- vlcis at Cambridge. WESTFOm Mis. Charles Maeombfcr, who ha been very III with measles, Is a little hettei. L. C. Hull Is quite sick. H. W. Belden ha rloed his skinning station nnd ex pects to mako butter. Tho Ladles' Social Circle meets with Mis. L. A. Hates Wed nrsdnv afternoon. About forty couple attended the dance given by the Knights of Pythias Friday night. There will bo a box patty In the Baptist Churc'a Fri day evening Will Sweeney has rented Mrs. Amelia Mmison's house. EINESBURGH. The funeral of Keith, the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Iwls, who died from pneumonia, after a short Illness, was helil at the houhe Sunday nt one o'clock, tho Rov. E. F. Oreenleaf of ficiating. Hope, youngest, child and only daughter of Mr. and Mis. Simon Degree, died Saturday with pneumonia nfter a few days' Illness, Tlio funeral was held at the icsldenco Monday et two o'clock, the Rev. C. C. Adams of Essex Junction officiating. The May supper which was to be f-lven May r at the Methodist parlors has been postponed until Sliy 19. Tho nurllngton High School Instrumental club will give a concert at the town hall Fri day evening, to be followed by dancing. Mrs. Ernest Millram has returned from lHon, N. V. ar ,-,,mpnnld by a br.by daughter born while visiting her parents nt lllon. The death of her father oc currcd during her stay there. Thn Rov. Mr. Hater elored the meetings nt the n.iptlst' Chiimh Sunday evening. The Rev. Mr. Ryder was unable to ho here Sunday to preach at the Methodist Church on account of Ulnes. Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Miner nro the parents of a daughter. Miss Cella Rpraguo has re- turn-d from the Mary Fletcher hospital. Ms Mery Murray, who haa been ser lously 111, Is convalescent. Frank Hollls has finished his course In tho Burlington Business College and Is spending some time with his parents. Mrs. Eva Konyon has moved Into the Douglass house In the vlllnge Mr. and Mrs. John Noonan nre tho parnets of a daughter. Ray Tllley and John Qulnn, who are 111 with pneu monia, are Improving. .Mrs. Turner of Illlon. N. Y., I visiting her daughter, Mrs, Finest Mlllhr.ni. Mrs. Henry Durand hns gone to Fltc.hburg, Mass., to f-petid some time with her daughter, Mrs Ella Bnlley. H. M. Hull Is able, to be In his storo nfter n four weeks' Illness. Mr. und Mrs. John Rogers nnd son have returned to Nine new candidates entered the Free Press Votln-f Contest yesterday, thereby swelling the number of those anxious to -try for n trip to elthor Seattle and tho Yukon exposition or for an excursion through the historic and picturesque St. Lawrence valley. Evory candidate has 14 chances of winning slnco ther are that many principal prizes. Then there Is n special prize of 15 for the otic llrst nominating a successful candidate, this offer not bclnrr open to relatives. I your candidate In the field yet? No tlmo like tne present In a voting con test. A great mnny substantial gains were made yesterday by candidates all along the line. Thero 1b no tlmo limit to single bal lots which may be kept until a rea sonable number are gathered and thon forwarded to the Free Prces vote counter In a bunch. For mutual con venience the ballots may bo bunched In parcels of 26, BO, 100 or fo nnd tied securely. If they secured tho name need be wrltton only on the top ballot. This wl'.l be a convenience alike to the contestants and the vote counter. Bunch your ballots securely and be sure to write plainly. The standing: CLASS I. CLASS V. Lucy ii. I'erlilns, Rutland Stella .stovrc, Newport Center.. Cnlherliie Cnpeiii Brandon..... I'nnnie C. Sunnier, Brandon.... Belle Ilrlggn, Brandon Oll-e I'tislin, Brnlntrco ........ CLASS VI. Fred Dower, ICS No. Union.... C. C, Clrnrd, 7.1 Monroo .toll ti WII.diii, Jr., S5 Mansfield avcntio Ilnrrj- .1. Andrews, 10 No. Bond., Cunt. O. II. PnrUer, 24 Converso Win. 'I'lij line, 2? Monroe J. II. tinrrllt, Metropolitan Llfo Insurance Co B. S. Irish, 43 Greene CLASS VII. Ilnlph C. Holmes, Mlddlebury., So ll Johnson, Wllllston Henry L. Molles, Underbill. . . . Wm. II. Mncnmbcr, Wostford., Him-iird Ilrnmlcj-, Hlnesburgh., Harry E. I'rinm, Harris Fred Abbey, Essex Wllllni.i Hunter, St. Albann.... I'.ev. II. II. White, Addison.... ,1. A. Itnrrey, Enosburgh L. A. Ilroi-n, Jericho Wnller W. Aldrlcli, South Lur llngton tieorsc Deerlng, Randolph Ctr. Will A. Slinttuelc, Bristol Itulp'.i C. Holme, Mlddlebury.. Albert rlnrLe, Hlghgato Ctr... .inn noil r.di) r.on r.co d.r.si a.niro ion noo not .,n; ."'in .-.oo. 4,-on u,:iou T.'.O r.t .-,o:i r.tiu .-,(1., r.o.i .-.oj -,nj .Vie, .',00 .'or set net .:iu HUNTING SEA ELEPHANTS. No. Underbill after u few dava at s. p. De- '-ree'B. Mrs. Frank. Flagg of Rutland spent the pa.-t week nt Simon Degree's Ilufus Patrick- I- assisting In Hull's store. MILTON BORO. John Shean Is seriously 111 with alx ulcerutod teeth. A dance will bn held nt E. Phelps's Friday night Mr. n"d -Mrs Thomas B. Uerry attended tho funeral nt Msrk Berry, a iiephow, In Richmond Wednesday mornlng. RIOHMOND. The f uncial of J. Stone, formerly of this town, whose remains wore brought hero Saturday from Rut land, was held at the Catholic Church Sunday morning, tha Rev. Father Clermont officiating with Interment In the old cemetery. Prof, and Mrs. Seeley of Mlddlebury aro vis iting their son, Dr. H. H. Seeley. V 11 Ilam Towers, who has been at thn home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Towers, thu past year, returned last evening to Chicago. The 1,. M. Smiley Circle of Kings Doughters has entered the name of Helen Kimball In the Free Press voting contest. Tho funeral of Mnrk Berry, whoso death occurred In Burlington Sunday where he wa attending tho Unlvorslty of Vermont, was hold yesterday morn ing at tho Church of Our Lady of thn Rosary st R:4B. Tho senior class of tlio Medical Collogo of which the de ceased was a member, escorted the re mains to the church. A requiem mass was sung by the Rev. J. B. McUarry of Windsor, a former pastor, with the Rev. Fr. Crosby of Burlington and the Rov, Fr. Clermont In the sanctuary. The benrcrs were R. B. Thomas, F. D. Davis, tJ. W. Bouvler, E. F. Phelan, C. B. Warner and J. J. Momn. The Rev. J Crosby spoko In a very feeling man ner taking for his subject, "Day and Night Thy Heavy Hand Has Touched Me." The choir wna assisted by J. J. Mulqiieen of Burlington, who sang a "O Sulutarlfl." and Mrs, J. J. Cunning ham of Dorchester, Mass., who sang "Wnu Jesu" and Miss Loretta Mul- queen of Burlington "Nearer My God, to Thee," It was the largest funeral ever held here. Among those from out of town to attend tho funeral were Mr. and Mrs, M. J. Barnes and daugh ters. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. 'rechetto, Mrs Stone, J, j, Miilqueen and daughters, Mrs. Coffey, Misses Hulllvnn, btory, Olensnn nnd Carpenter, T, B. Wright, J. J, Murphy, Mrs, ulnm Smith, Mrs. '.Continued on vase Vfc, Susie Sto-rell, it Sjirure., JITS. Lain J. Clr-rley, 101 Wlllard Evelyn A. Holcomb, 1S9 Pine... Ilrrlhn M. Tlnrnon, 711 No. Union Mrs. Chns. ItiirrlriKlon, Poor Farm, North Ave Mrs. It. Fennlck, 0 Fletcher PI. Belle Ross. 4li Oeorge E. Belle Tnlliiiiilt, 1 S5 Bank.... Grace G. Illnlr, S70 North Mrs. Jnnet Ruell, S3 Cherry.... Mrs. Mary C. Itohlnson, 32 Park etreet CLASS II. Myrtle .1. Carrier. Richmond... Mnhel Illnglinm, Mlddlebury.... .Mnttlc C. Cox, Essex Jet Sirs. A. K. nro-ni, No. Wllllston Mrs. B. II. Cnrpenter, Colchester Adelaide F. Morrill, Wllllston.. Mrs. Ellen Mann, Jericho nrrtlia Field, Ferrlsburgh .... Ethel G. Hnwley, Jericho Edjflic Hillings, New Haven Mills Mrs. George Dnvlcj, Hlnesburgh sirs. Wm. E. Harris, Enst Char lotte Cora II. Clnrke, E. Charlotte... Ada Brock, Bolton Mn. I.aarn K. Piper, Mlddlebury Blanche Wilder, Jericho Mac Adrian, Jericho Mrs. S. II. Mnrtln, No. Ferrls burgh Sirs. G. II. Chambers, Westford Jessie I. Bnll, Ferrlsburgh Reus J. French, Monkton. . . . -. Cera I. Deneh, Salisbury Elizabeth Minnie j, Wlnooskl... Gcorglnna Pari to, Wlnooskl.... Nellie Wooster, Whiting Mrs. Mabel Newton, Vergennes Helen M. Kimball, Richmond.. Mrs. W, II. Malthnw-n, Cornwall Mra. Herbert Howe, Brldport.. Sire. Ernest Carpenter, Addison Mis Jennie Brush, Cornwall... Mrs. Harry Prttfbonr, Brldport CLASS III. Anrrlln I.auioreaux, Hlghgate.. Anna F. nutlrr, Hlghgate Ctr. Irene Deechcnea, St. Albans.... riarn Southard, Fairfax Selma Ockcrblnd, Morrlsvllle. . . Lena A. Morcette, Baksrsfleld, . Martha J. P-nke, St. Albans... -LOW t.nsr. n.vi Pllt .vtt r,oo r,no r.oo .'.00 noo 47,707 n.ftoo fi. g!2 ::..- 1 1 LSI).-, 74!! 000 (100 .11:! port or llusliies With Element ol Danger. An ne-up-tion with few followe-s a hunting t of hca elephants, wh'el nro found in great bi,t ra'.id'" dTfPsi droves In the Antni-t'c regions cspe'nl ly on rr n-ar K-rg'.elrn T.nfd. "In November, ti.e bepinnlng of the mating reison." viiltes Pint. Cle-!a-d in Hampton's Magazine, 'the male n.,i female elepl nnts drag themselves r-',i the beaches, whore tv.ev n n grf.i' 'pods.' I have seen as ir.nrv as sn'-entj-t!"c or n 1 u-.dred ma? 1 'n s ieh .. aro properly tuineli. This Is also the rhe.bl )tf "v v and the imimals rub the h-!.- fiom i . thlelt hides In preparation for the nv, coat. "The females and tho voitt 1. a r'' distinguishing titink; nnd t'.- irui-.' , ' marl; of the elephant, grow upe-i male only after he lias reaced th "ie of three years. It Is ic.il'.v s-arr-trunk: It la more like a flaib- sroi i 1 M only about fifteen Irri "i , rr " elongates when the nrlrril pe's eT' "This formidable look! g "i- ley 1 ' ' Ing brute, In often conf'iIol v';h th vs' nis, r.-hleh ns n mi'i" c' fact It . -pembles only In size lt two row- n' teeth or tusks those of :l;,- hull are i,e tween six and sever. Inc. in 'ong Ip f-v t nnd grow shorter toward the haek rf th Jaws. The tusks do not projeet 1 i, tho-e of the walrus. T'ie ;ir-,e'- ' pliant I ever encountered was ;':. i feet In length and six f-et high tu t e shoulder. "The sen 'lephnr.t ha large eves, s i mounted by huge brow. Its 'o- 1 dippers, two In number, are nrniCAl .'. i five naiU each, but the aft flippers ', -not evn Tidlmetitary nnlls Tim n"!-"i when on shore moves with a hobh'l -t rolling motion, its who'e body quiver like Jelly, hut It navigates the water with n!mor the ngllltv of an eel. It fr ! on cuttlefish nnd mollusks. "When you stop to think t'i"t the r : tlefish of tropieal wate, so'-netlme i' tnlns a weight of two tons y- : v11! :'i'.- the -u-nwess of the peri .-''mnt the strength of Its Jaw "Having feasu.I fn- i i -"o-itl these grim dell arles " " d'.-p bull elephants l-nljblo ,vt n t the ., 1 0 no:! 1 1 t r.oa re i,.n es nnd In the matir fierce battles "Our purpose Is to re-ieh the 11- 1 about the limn tl'at the i -v el- p ,t lands. His bluhhc- the 'ay. r of f't I -i- ,-,'lt ! mediately under the 1.1.". j Tien s. n im I inrhes thick on an n.-e-ie T'i,-. s I fat the animal pitb-'-ts f.-r six or e weeks ut the end of wh ei ' t-( it I d'lced to a tnl'-kness of h.irc'.y two -t.-cho". "The fat of the fenviln ' bv no nn i ro thick p oportiniirttelv 'nd sbe : 1 " more than half ss lirge Ver b " 1 mister. The fe:rale gives tlrth to j twlo a year nnd s"e'ile them b' i while. It Is best to kill t'"e rri'.e 'f, as tl males will then lie nrn.rd . plnely; v.'bil-o if the male I k", ,1 " tho ferracs take helterskelti"- fllgi "The chief dancer ntten.l'ng t'ie I- 'I ing of tho sea elephant Is In app Ir.g to near Its terrlblo Jaws, wl 1 capable of biting In two nn Iron r l ' l thickness of one's finger. T'ie h'lT-r however, must get pretty close, s t' e thick l lde and blubber have rende'e 1 the animal practically Impervious '- at tack, the only vulnerable point lulng a spot tho slzo of a walnut above each eye. "Careler hunters have at times get within reach of the brute's teeth and have escaped only by dexterously wig gling fiorn tlielr clothes T had oceasi,in once to shed mv cot with great ncili", o,.rt tf lt. Kmnller bpnts lnvlnw r--,,r.ht .-,01) nco sou noo nco nco noo r.oo noo nun no.) ,",00 r.oo coo noo nt:i r.ot O.IGO s.coo 2,n:io 2,noo me by tne -leeve. l.US nos non Mre. I C. Chnse, East Fletcher Oella Thompson, MorrlmMlle . . . . Gertrnde Ilrlghara, Morrlsvllle.. Mrs. W. A. Morse, Wnterbury.. Eugenic Inloney, Morrlsvllle.... CLASS IV. Geneva Reynolds, Alburgh .... Trssle M. Sessrtt, So, Hero.... Jamra fl, Allen, So. Hero Mm, SI. S. Thon-a. Isle Ii Motte W. M. Stevrns, So. Hero Dyspepsia Is our national a'.lmert Rordock Blood Bitters In tl.a rati.r-' euro for It, It strengthens . membranes promotes flow of d -s''e finn i Juices, fiurifles tho blood, biii'ds ... i I up, out. m mrmm UNDERTAKER 1G9 North St., Tci. SCS. Burlington, Vt. Cells answered Day and Night, niKi m f , S noo'Hlayi l.flOO sot Mil noo nco MAY 6 500 VOTES FOR .Vnme Who Is a revldrnt of P. O. Address la Whom I wish to nominate as a rnniliitnte In the FREE PRESS Voting: toulrst of 1000. My name U My P. O. Address la Only one of lliexe IIhIIoIk, nlued at ,,0O Voles, enn be coat for nny ranillrtnte. Thla Coupon good for One Vote If candidate la already entered. 13.00 PIH.E to the one flri"t noiiiliinl lug n ktu-crssful raudldnlr, this offer not open to rclntlw of u eiiiiillilHlo.