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THE IUfliLNGTON FKKI5 L'JIHSS ANT) TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY li, 1009.
CITY NEWS William Collin win "before Justice Debcrvlllc Ftlday ami pleaded utility to petit Inrcrrty. lie was lined $2 ami costs of $11.01. Joseph lTulm was In city court Monday nnd wn convicted of iielnp; n tramp 31c was sentenced to serve 50 days In jail. Thomas I.ynoli was before Justice Stearns esterdny and wan fined $5 nnd costs upon his plea of pullty to being Intoxicated. Cteoi'gn Winkcl, to whom a third class license was granted, Monday petitioned the license i omnilssloners fur a transfer from the southwest comer of Hank and Mattery streets to 1M Hjltcry street. The condition of loots H. Otilmette, who stricken with a stroke of paralysis Tuesday morning, dors not Itn Xro. His recovery is intiMdercd doubt -ful. Frank Blrkford was In city court Frl il.iy afternoon and plnded guilty to adultery He was scntenofd to sen-") not lcs than tliree nor more than thtee and one half years In the State's prison at Windsor. W. A. Towne has feslpned his position us bookkeeper with the Hurllngton Pros company, where he has hern employed for tlio past few )eats. K. I). Mltluuy, foimerly -with II. J. i'dianley - Co., will succeed Sir. Towne. The will of Sarah V. Ilendee of Hur 1 1 n crt m wns proved In probate court Thursday and W. F Hondeo and C D. Ordwn) were appoinleil executors, Willi A i. Whlttemoie and Fled .Tohonnolt c 'tiimlsstoners. The weather map which has been lsned dally from the weallier bureau stations at HnrliiiKton. Nort hiicbl nnd Concord, X II, has been discontinued for two months or until July 1, owltiK to short ness of funds, IMward Perry was In city court Satur Cy and pleaded utility to belnK Intoxl ciled Flo was trlven "0 days In Jail and cl-rloHid on leer obtained from Hou- aids place on Mnywnrd street and ot.ier liquor furnished by a friend. II. Ci. Williams nf Srhcncctody, N. V.. ind Mrs. Julia Viipln of Cedar stieet wore married .Monday inornliiK li the Hev Dr. c. v. (irlsmer. Mr. and Mrs. Williams letl Immediately for Hchonei t ctlv on the noon Ir.iln. Tlmy will make tbeir home there. Snow, rain and resulting slush maiked the In s-t day of the most erratic April In eitrs. Filday was also the laM 1'ti d.n In the month and If there Is any ti nb In the old vaylni; about that day cnverninn the weather of the following n"nth, the outlook for May Is uloomy cno-iif h. Irl'inv at nililnlcht Stephen .1. 3"' of i;ni possesion of the Star restau la ' to 1;. , Knokwell, who recently I hi based the property. Mr. Hockwoll lu.iiiedlatf lv transferred the property to C linns, a former proprietor of the jdace for 12 sears, who is now sole owner nf (lie restaurant. Kdwvrd Wilson of I'.uvimket. H. I., James Madden of Churlestou n. Mas,., m.d William McDonald of Mnirelo. N. v.. w ie In city court Mononv ami were c mulcted of belni; lnliilcated. each fe ci ni. a line uf and ens fa. John it'll n pleaded millry to a second offence and wis si tilcnced to ervo ri days In Jail. ''"he h;n';d. o,f ,elcct,ri,c !!pht commls-don-c s cinsisllns of J. W. fioodell, Iv. K. Mnrisin and J. J. Chillis, met Friday fwnliiK and organized with Mr. (loodoll us chairman. C W. Taucart was .tnado scietary of the board, lie was alho ic (.c.'cd superintendent of the municipal i b t tri lighting plant. Miss Frmces I Little was driven a linen shower Monday evening liy several of her jouiik lady friends In ' nnnr of her approaching nmrrlaK o Leslie S. Carpenter of New York ( t which will take place Tuesday, Ma !. New ba been received in the city of tuc niairiaijo of Mlfs Helen A. Mueck to Uenl. C. M. ISutler, V. S. A., a Atlaita. Oa., on th ovenlm? of the iTth of April In All Slants' Kplscopal Church. M ss Mueck will be reinembeied by many ius a summer lsltnr here. Word h.is neeii received fiom Parkcrs- liuift. West Virginia, that the suit itKalnst the lialllmnre ,t Ohio Italltoad iiiuipany. by the ailmlnistralor of the estate of M.ink A. .McCaffrey, has re sultsd In a verdict for $lfl.n.. the full amoiinl sjed for. Mr. Md'affiey also left Insutance policies to the amount of ! I fi. I mo. Kdward Mitchell, a ynum; boy, was In city comt yesterday and was committed o the State Industrial school at Ver- Kcnncs upon bis plea nf guilty to truancy. M libell has been cutting: up considerably of I.Ve, stole a haimonlea from ids teacher at the Lawrence liarnes schotd, broke windows and did other like stunt. The H'irllnston Ihiiidoyment and Keal K: 'a'e Agency lias sold for II A. StInon 1,1s so-ncre rier farm In Johnson with stock and tools for a consideration of J2.W to O. A. Kempton. possession to bn Kiven immediately. Mr. Sllnon is to move his family to Burllnerton. where he expects to make his home In the future. The boaul of health commissioners, consisting of ir. II. K. Wat..ius, Joseph Frank and Dr. li. II Stone, has orpanlred villi I)r. Watklns a president, Mr. Frank a.s vi e-pirsldent and Or. Stone as secieta-j The boaul appointed A. M. Kiiic laud plunibhiK Insticctor, Dr. K. H. Huttks inspector of milk and food, and Joseph LaiiKlois caretaker of the oil y dump, 'I'll j Fmerson piano, (,-iven py the Old iiee Hive to that cliarilj presenting the largest number of coupons ircelved In trade at that store, was on Satin day nwnided lo 'he Home for Destitute Chil dren Tiie hoard of m.inageis of the home ffe Kialeful to all nri.'anlzailons and in dl (duals for their m'tlVe Interest and good work towards securing the piano, and thank each and every contributor. .Mayor James B. Hurke has revoked the coniiiilfilsons of I'olue Ollbhrs J, W. Ciorman, Dennis F, Hiodle nd Thomas (! Mongfon. These pollcemei: weio sus pended by the mayor some time ago and their resignations wen- called for on lb ground that they did not meet th height requirement. The pollen commis sioners at a hearing last week failed to sustain the chargHS, James n, Henderson and F. ?. Fr chette of the board of street commis sioners met Thursday and organized with Herald Stevens ns chairman, Mr. Stevens, who has been spending tlio winter in California, Ih now on his way homa. Tlio commissioners elected John Jl. Mack S'l peilntendent of utreets, Mr. lilaok lias ap pointed F.ihvurd A. Whitlock assistant upti Intendent, The I'nlversitv nf Vermont base bull team began the home season with u aaiiio with the I'nlverslty of Jluiiin team at Centennial field Tliuisday, tlm visl tors winning by a scoro of 1 to i). A second gamo between t lie same, teams, scheduled for Friday, was cancelled because of the snow and rain. On Monday the Univer sity team defeated Holy Cross by a store of 6 to a. More Than 20 Ingredients glva to Hood's Sar sapartlla Its great curative power - power to euro tnnny nnd varied com plaints, including diAPnse8of the blood, (lilmenta of the stomach, troubles of the kidneys and liver. Many of the ingredients are Juat what the profession prescribe in the ailmenta nutnrd, but the combination and pro portions are peculiar to this medicine and give it curntive power peculiar to itself. Therefore, there can be no substitute for Hood's. Get it in the usual liquid form, or in tablets called Sarsatabs. V. H. Harrows, superintendent of lh American Woolen company's mills at Wlnnoskl for the lust seven years, has leslgned his position and will go about the middle of the piesent month to Wnt ervlllc, Me., where he has purchased a mill, Mr. Harrows and family were resi dents nf Wlnooskl until last year, when they mned to Hurllngton. During their stay In the two places they have been active in social affairs nnd made many frif nds. Charles rtettls was before Justice DebtrMlIe Tuesday nftenioon and pleaded guilty to bolnjj drunk. He was sentenced to serve 30 days In Jail, Cases against John nnd Willie Morrill for bleach of the peace were continued one month. These boys nro young sters who bnvo been anr.oylng their parents, neighbors nnd people In gen et al by calling names, throw-In stones, etc. The anni nt meeting of Fnlty was held Thiitsdii, cvenhu In the parlors of the I'nlt.irlan Church. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Fresl dent Mrs. S. (J. W. Henlnmln: vice president. Miss Hctyl Hamiulon, secie- tury. Mrs. Corn II. Oeorge; executive committee, the Hev, C. J. Staples, Miss Klfle Mmve and Mrs. L. S. Jladour. Plans for the following year wera discussed and a ptogrnm of a literary natute. In charge of Mr. Staples, will be carried out. The members of the Chittenden coun ty bar nsi elation had a banquet at Dam's tetnurant Thursday evening, followed by exercises at the cuurt house, the princi pal speaker being Collector of Customs C. II. Darling, who Is also president of the association. Mr. Darling's address had to do with tho legal profession In Ver mont. He bnd found that there are CO at torneys at law In the State and of this number about ti are actively engaged In the practice of their profession. In the ca-e of (i-orfe W. Palmer vs. W. J. Deshaw, the plaintiff was ordered, In Chittenden county court Friday, to furnish ball of S. on or brfore Miy 16 to avoid non-suit. If ball Is furnished the case will be continued upon the payment of S10 attorney fee. The divorce petition of Maud li. Harrington vs. Ceorije H. Harrington was hejrd Fri day afternoon. ,!ocph Arnold of Molton, who pleaded guilty to Illegal taking of deer, was placed In the hnnds of Probation Other Thomas Iteeves. Alfred Mctiowan of Mooers Junc tion, X. V., was in city court Tues day nnd pleaded guilty to being In toxicated. He was fined $5 and costs of $7.!5. John Henoit. William Hittler and Charles Chlott were convicted of second offences nf Intoxication anil (hied $15 and costs, each. All of the respondents appealed. Teter Henoit was convicted of a breach of the peace and was fined Sh a-.d costs. He alio nppealed. The license commissioners on Fatur da Issued license commissions to those to whom licenses were granted. The ex tia license made available by the with drawal of Thomas P. Itedmoinl was granted to Thomas H. Murphy of tho Sherwood House. The following applica tions for transfer were made; Mitchell Hamlin, first class, fiom .V. Atchlbald street to the junction of Chnwood and Intervale avenues; Ttalpb Nardlnsl, third class, from 77 North street to ill Main street; Ham (Irossinan. first class, from Po .North Avenue to 54 North street. The marriage of Francis Croto and Miss Antoinette Hroulllelte. was solemnized Monday afternoon at St. Joseph's Church. The fit. P.ev. J. M. Cloatee per formed the ceremony and the couple were attended bv .diss Sarah Croto. sister of the (room, and C. Gutchell. At the close of the ceremony the couple left for South Hero, where they will reside with Samuel Croto, father of tlm groom. Mr. Croto was formerly employed in the Haldwln Refrigerator company's plant and Miss Bronlllette lived on Cromble sti eet. The lease of land for the purpose of building a tuce track was filed In the city clerk's office Mmdav. The leaso Is of the Intervale pioperty of F. 11. Calkins and Mr. and Mrs. (I. H lironn to the Huillngton Driving club. It pro vides for an , oval half nillc track on nivervlew farm 40 feet wide excepting nt the corners, where It will he fi feet In width. Tho property U leased nt an annual rental nf $fn per year for a period of five years. Woik has been begun on It and it is expected to be In condition for blushes m a short time. The ground has nlready been plowed and burrowed and J, t'ashman Is completing the building of Hie tiuck. The uteamer Vermont will nmkn her Ir'tlal trip 3f the si ason on Saturday, May :0 when she will !cne Hurllngton for Pittsburgh on the afternoon trip. Most of tho crew have hen engaged and are the same as In the past few fa!S. Following Is the list of the mora Impoitnnt officers: CnptaJn. K. J. Hald wn; purser, Joseph H. .Mooney; drst Pilot. R. Merton Hoclr.vell; second pilot, Oram Kdson: steward, P. J. Sumner; chief engineer, Kdwnrd Perla; assistant engineer. H. J. Pntenande; first mate, Peter Bridge; ele trlclnn, A. II Rarr. On Mdnlny. May 31, the regular ttlps be tween Plattshurgh and Tieondernga will hi gin, Thi- annual meeting of the Woman'i Auxlllarj of th V. M. (' A was held In tho association looms Mnndny afternoon. The yearly reports nf committees wero read and accepted, after which F. S. I'.etan gave an Interesting address nnd .Mrs j., , Whltromb song u solo. Tho board of managers elected for the follow- Ing jear Is ns follows: Mrs D. D. Davis, Mrs, K, A. Worthon. Mrs. R L. Haundet, Mrs. Charles Wells, Mrs. C i,. MrOnffey, Mrs. A, S. Wilghl, Mrs. c. , jnrvl, Mrs. Koberl Arms, Mrs c. j Smith, Mrs. f). K, i hllson, Mis. n. F. J'atten, .M-s, m. .1. names. The board of man agers will meet .Monday afternoon May in for election or onicers and appoint' ment of committees. in compliance with the new law that requires all alcoholic beerages sold In the mute to comply with the United States standard, which means that the goods must conform with the labels and be at least four years of age, many wholesulo liquor dealers who have sold goods In Vermont will have to wall some time before their goods can be placed on cam. i ne oiaie mporaiory rorce. are worklnif on the samples as fast as possible, but the laige number submitted means that some dealers will huvw to wait before tlio proper analysis enn be made. The dealers who have sold Ihelr liquors In 1 tie State hetetnfore must nlso submit to the nimljsis to conform with the ntw lav. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. (inntntlnn In M- York, tlnslnn nnd Clilcngo Mnrhols, New York, May S. WHKAT- Hecelptr :7,fi00. Spot steady. Options opened nl an advance of V(1e on strong entiles and higher cash supply In the West; lnctened advance to 1'hlf I'tc on active covering on May nnd July; eased off partially tinder generally line weather for spring wheat seeding and closed Irregular le net advance on May and si to NiC less on other months, Mny Jl.STi.1fl.R5; closed J1.S34; July $I.:0VJ1. 12; closed $I.I0'i) Sept. $I.12W1.13M closed ji.i:. CORN Receipts ; exports MOo; spot steady. Option market opened Ufi'-sc with wheat and held the ndvnncn throughout on small country offerings nnd small stock, closing steady at 'i'tHic net ad vance. May closed ';c; July closed TS'-ic; Sept. 7C'21TT64o; closed TIHe. OATS- -Heeclpts 2,r; exports (1,000; spot firmer. St'OATt Haw steady; fair refining i.Tfi; centrlftiRal M test 3.S6; molasses sugar .1.11. Helloed steady. COFFF.R- The market for coffee fu tures opened steady nt unchanged prices to a decline of R points, October being lower under small offerings in thn nb sence of support. Huslness was very quiet during the dny with fluctuations rather Irregular. The close was nulet net fi points higher to 5 points lower. Sales were reported of R.H70 hap:s Includ ing May nt $75, June at $fi.J0; July at Jfi.CO; Sept. nt $0.10; Oct. nnd January at $5.S". Spot coffee quiet. BOSTON PHODL'CR MAItKCT. Hoslon, M y n FT.Ol'rt Flour Is nulet. and spring pntents are a little lower; Spring patents, mill shipment, JH.SS'aS.M; winter patents, $C.':5fiC.M: winter sti nights, JiVdCHS; win ter rlears, $5 GfKin.io; Kansas patent", tfl.S5TftI.S0; spring clears, $55iS.C5. COHNMnAtz-Cornmeal Is tlrm and higher; oatmeal Is ptendy and unchanged: Hag cornmeal, il.M'd 1.IJ1; kiln dried, $1 CSffhCi; granulated, $3.P5Tf l.f'i; bolted. $.1.lori4; rolled oatmeal, $Vf'51fr.:0; cut. K 35Tffi.fO: rye flour, tl.?il 4.KI. graham, Jir.5Tffi.35. COHN-Corn Is quiet hut stead;.': Car load lots, 'teamrr yellow SI'mC: No. ; yel low. STic; No. S yellow, M'uS4,jC. OATS-Steady nnd unchanged Cnrload f,5TWe; lots, spot, No. 1. clipped white, No. ; clipped white, etc; No. .1 white, 6-!HTiC3c; rejected white, clipped II A V AND STP.AW-FIrm and higher; mlllfeed Is steady: ilav, No. 1, JKCiVfTlO. re straw, . 517Ti1; No. 3, SIR'S 17, jrf.r.O: oat straw, $14; sack spring bran, $IS rlfi 'JIi : winter brim. $r,oTino.50; mid dlings, j;s.5nTt"i"i 50; red dog. S-J.25; mixed feed. :n.L5Tl31 50: llnse"d meal, J5.1.:.i, cot tonseed meal, $.",3. POIl If -Pork provisions are stendv nnd unchanged: Haw leaf lard, i:!'.c. render ed leaf laid. 1?,r,e, pall.. I t3Ti 1 4'Hr-. puie lard, 12-V: pails, ?",UK'tc; country dressed hogs. fiTifU'ic. HKKF Quiet but steadv. Fxtra si,les. 0fj'.'-!c; good, 'j,fisa4c: light, fJSi,c, heavy hinds, lO'JTill'ic, good, lOTilO'Jc: lltht, SffilOc; heavy fores, 7' jW7-,je; good, fi7'4c; light, ",47c LAMPS AND YF.AKLINOS -Are very firm; veals are steadv: choice lambs. 11 TflSe; yearlings, 1l'ai:c; muttons, irtwile, veals. UQhtc. POFLTH V - Firm and unchanged: Native roasting chickens. IMiIftc; native broilers. .?3i ,"'e; northern fowl, ISTTIOc for large and IfiTHTe for medium. FftOS Kegs ate steady at unchanged prices: Choice heniiiry and nearbv. :51f 5c, eastern extras, ;?.'T;1Ujc; western, 23V:4e. HRANS-Heans are (Inn both here and in the country, hut prices are not quot nbly changed: Carload lots. pea. $2."i'(i -.'"0 medium, $2.."lTi;.55: yellow eyes, $1; red kidneys, s;.45Ti'.'.fii); jobbing lots, ir?il.-,c above carload lots. API'LHS- Apples are qnlM but steady, with a small supply and a light demand: F.incj Hnldwlns, JITfl; No. : Haldwins, J1504; Hussets. No. 1. $4..7Vtf5. No. SYa 4; Ren Davis, $T f,0Ji l.f.A. POTATOFSWhlte potatoes are steadv at $:fi:.lu bg for Aroostook Hreen Moun tains and $2 bg for Maine Central stock. New southern potatoes are quoted al S4. 7fif(5 bhl. Sl"'"IAH-The local lefined ugar mar ket Is quiet, granulated and fine being quoted as a basis at 5 -5c. The New York raw sugar market Is easier at 3ae fur centrifugals. 3.30c for miHcnvndos and 3.14c for molasses sugar. The Ixmdon beet sugar market is quiet wath May at 10s 3d and June nt 10s 34d. CH1CAOO PHODFCK MAHKKT. Chicago, May 5. WHFAT-May $l.;s. July $1.1.V'i'i1?4: Sept. Jl.ff.; Dec. $1.0"4Ti . OOKN May 71V; July fcMi,c; Sept. C7Hc; Dec. fA-ic. OATS May 57' o: July fi0i4Tjse; Sept. IS'tfUc; Dec. 4514c. PORK May $17.75; July JI7.ri5T17 mi; Sept. $17.W. I.AIlli- Mav $1ft.J7'.t: July S1o.37iJW10.40; Sept. $10.50.11 i.,-,u. HI HP- Mav $9.77'2! July $9.s:s(j9.5; Sept. $'.i.92'j1iri.!.i. Cash quotations were as follows; RYK-No. S3'3S7c. nARI.K'Y-Feed ot mixing, fifiUUfiic; fair to choice malting, f.7i!7CSn. FIjAXSKKD No, 1 southwestern, Jl,. 5S; No. 1 northwostern $1.0S. TIMOTHY Seed, $3.S0. CLOVKH-$9.5Ci. MESS PORK-(per bhl. I J17.73Tf17.Vi. LA RD (per 100 lbs.) $10311. SHORT HI HS Sides (loose) .'Si.7(Vfl0.95. SIDFS-Short clear (boxed) $!7',tTi 10.. 1UTTKU- Steady, creameries, dairies, 19VsT24i1!c. KOCiS Sternly; firsts :ie; prime firsts, 22c. CHBEPK Steady, dairies 15fit,ic:twns USilSo; Young Americas, JIUfi's; Ixng Horns, Hi4fi4c. POTATOF.S-Stendv. choice to fancy, 'jS'uJl.fO: fnlr to good. WtPSe. POULTRY-Steady, turkes. 17c; chlelt-en"-, 15'ic, springs 15c. VKAL- Firm, 50 (o 0.) h. wis. fitje; (A to Vo lb. wts. 7TV; 5 to 110 b wts, n-qT 10c. LIVE STOCK MARKET. Qaotntlona for Cattle, Khrpp aad I1c at New York. New York. Mny 5. nrciSVES Receipts 1,!S2; steers firm to 10o higher, bulls firm to 1Se higher; cows 10(T25o higher. Steers $:.35Tr7.f-; hulls $3.75 WR.BO; lop prices $5,75: cows $2.405.40; few tall ends $2.0(h2.15. Knporls 2.M10 qiinrters of beef. CALVKH Receipts i.StS. Maiket active Slid 2"c higher. Veals $5.50'itS.2J; choice selected JS.fiO; cull" Jt.Nnifi.oi), RIIF.F.P AND LAM HS Receipts f.W; mnrket drill Fiishorn sheep ."i iVijO.75; (dipped do $4.oflh5.50; no jirlino sheep heie; illpped lambs $755; no choice offered; Muryland spring lambs $5 no per head. IIOllS -Receipts fi.774. Stead) al t'.to 7,i. HOSTON III'TTKR MARKr.T. Hoslon, Mil) 5. nt'TTKR- 1 Uglier. Noitbein 2Sii'if2!U2i ; western Jf'uCfio CHKK8F. Steady Hn K.'ie , Vermont twins HSfH'.,c THE BURLINGTON MARKETS. I'rlces of eerssllles ,,r ,fr Coiillniic to "onr. In the local markets this week theie Is a illi?lit advance in meats, which most people have learned to submit to Willi smiling fnces, pnrk chops and pork rousts retnlt from Ifi to 1S cents n pound, nnd chickens nnd fowls nllke nre selling nt an even 2 cents. Strawberries nte now down in 20 nnd 2.1 cents n basket nnd one may eat shnrtcake without hav ing ntghlmarcs of bankruptcy, (.'ileum hcrst have also tmnhlcd, retailing nt ten cents, drains nnd flour still remain In Ihe air. The following wholesale and retail pri ces nrn furnished the Free Press by C. A. Rarber, Rurllngton Fruit Company, Jones, & Ishnm and R. K. Howard. WIIOLHSALK PRICKS. Rutter 1 Reef, dressed .. Chickens Fresh eggs, do7. Hog I.ambs , Potatoes, bush M .PSiT.lO .20 .22 .0$ .12HS14 0$1.00 RKTAIL CiROCni'.tKS. Beans qt Fleets, tb iiutler, separator, crenmety New Cabbage, 11, Carrots, It, Celery, bunch Cheese , Neufehstel cheese Cteam cheese, each Chicory chives Cranberries, qt Cucumbers Dandelions, pk Edam chefs, each KTniolle Fggs, doz Flour, bie.id. bhl Flour, pnstrv bhl Hubbard Fquash Lettuce, Roston ball, head New Maple Sugar, lb Now Maple Syrup, gal Olive oil, gallon Green onions, bunch Onions, Span'"'' Onions, lb P.ircl"; hunch Peppeis, dor. . Peas, qt Potatoes, pk Radishes, bunch Roquefort 1 beee, lb Sage Cheese, lb S?;1ss rile-?, 11 Spinach pi fitrlrg bean. qt. Turnips, lh Beef, ro.ist I 'blekeil". Ducks, Id. Fowls. II, Hns. lb. . Ilmin. til Lamb, hind I.eaf l.atd. Porh Chops, I'orl; Rons.. Porterhoupe Salt povk, Tripe, it,.. Turkeys, lb I.imb, foiequarter, lb .. Round Steak, lb Sirloin steak, lb Hams, pressed, lb Wal, mt, lb Veal steak, ,1b i ,.... RIOTAIla-FiCI Heans. bu : :!.'.'. lira n, ewt. 7., ...'.,'. Cotnm",il cvft Hay, baled, cwt Hay, loose, ton DS. $n.'.fi$ifi ' $1.Mifl1.',5 . ;i.f.51i$l 7u SlSJflS 1 $1 :) ' Henfeed, mixed, Middlings, cwt Oats, ho Seed Oats cwt $1.-. 1'. ii5l .3 .i;r.rf.;o 7.1ft .".0 75 J! V, $1 7.-. JJ.OO .7.15 I Oat straw. Provender. baled, cwt , No. 1. cwt N'o, J, cwt Piovender. Poultry wheat, cwt peed oats, bu RUTAU. FP. FIT. Phi' apples Red liaminns, 1I07. .. Apples, peel: Hanan.is, 1 1 oz Iemons. doz Dates, lh Figs, lb , Grape fruit, each ..1 Oranges, doz Strawberries,, basket .IJuTl.jO .:i'MY W 1.011 7: :ni? no .i.Vu noc 10fl 1: .lo-a :o .lOfi.lS .!! .HO SKW YORK COTTON MA UK FT New York, May h Cotton futures opened steadv. Mny 10.",; Julv 10.ni, Auit. 10.2S ; Sept. 10.:.1; Oct. .li. Dec lots, Jan. 10.10. 'on on futures closed sieaih Closlnt- bids: May )M, June lil.n. Jul) 10 W; A uc. 10.P.2; Sept. in.!-,, Oct ln'.'t. Nov. 10.H1, Dec. lo.Ji . Jan. 10. IB, Man Ii 1".1I, EASTMAN-BEACH. Many doners Add lo Mtrnrllvenrns of AVeililliiK nl Ihe KlmtTood. The pallor" of Mr and Mts J W Pase at the Klmwood weru the scene of a very pietty wedding last evening when their niece, Miss Ellen Iule Harh, was maj-rid to ndwln Knstman of Hrlstol Tho Ilov. W. A. Davison, D D . per formed the ceremony and Mrs. Davison was maid of honor. 11. P. Welherby and Miss Ona Parker acted as ushers. The bridal party enteied to the strains of a march from "Ixihenfrrln" played by Miss Dlla Joachim, and met bfore a lurce bank of palms, where the cere mony took place. The parlors were beautifully decorated with cut (lowers and plants. The bride was eowned in a creation of messnlaine alln and carried a larne bouquet of bridal roses. The maid of honor wore white atln. The rlni; ser vice was used. After the ceremony the parly ndinnrned to the dlnlnpr room, where elaborate re fresbments were served The dlulnc room was decorated with siullax, palms and each table held a birii" bouquet of carna tions and io"-o. Mls Ona Parker i-erved Hie weddinK cake. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful Rifts, ninntiK them behiK cut Klass, silverware, etc. The couple trip on the 10:110 train for an extended ttlp jniith, after which they -will reside in Hrlstol AmnnK those present nt the wed dlnn from out of town were Kzra Hialneril. former president of Mlddlebury Collide, and wife and dauKh.er, Miss Dorothy H. Hrainerd, nnd .Mr. and Mrs. Wright and r.on, riulllp, of CnmbrldKe. SAVAGE-HANLEY. Wedilliie lary' Cnllieilrnl Yes terday .MiirnliiK, John J. SaVHKe and Miss Kllzabeth II. Ilanley were niairled yeHterday niornliiK 111 St. Mury'x Catliedral by the Hev P. J. Itairett. Mrs. Maiy Ilanley otllulated ax matron of honor and II. McCrae acted as bent liliiu. .'I'ljti-l.ixlic-i s weie .Mirlln (ileasou and l'lrd (.'ofjee, Tlio Initio wotc a may liavelllnu suit and the matron of honor a blue null uiid black hat. The couple left fchottly after the ccieuintiy for northern New' York, when- they will spend the remainder of Ihe nioiiih. Aflei their return here they will reside at '( Hnell street. $7.25ff $7.50 j .10-a 15 In ir is w ji.Wff ji.i.i H t 1 r.o f.P j W .94 m et.r ir . nl " ' : J RICTAIL MEATS. JJ Eft.&VlM&f&X&Z&.flM steak, lb 25 30 H lb 12l-;.Ti 15 .I0n.!2'- 1 I .11 R .20O. ' 12'i to 1. Itll (I t ll'tl flf May 6th 1909 Telephone Call 53 Private n chnnce enn. nectlnir a 1 1 IrparfmenO, I So fresh, so dainty, so immaculate, so beautiful are these Muslin Undergarments that you realize in a moment that they have no part nor lot among the hordes of Underwear pieces that compose most of the May Sales. No one questions the advisability of buying these exquisite garments in preference to home sowing. You'll find the sizes Jji full and right. The garments are perfectly made and hand- fi! somely finished and tho qualities Corset Covers Muslin Corset Cov ers with low neck, deep lace edge and ribbon run. Other styles with scallop ed embroidery edge and ribbon bead ing 25c and 29c each $1 I 0 Nainsook Corset Covers, low bi ery oanu, line val. lace edge, superu styles with embroidery medalions and edge and oeauti ful lace effecls 50c. Cross M Corset Covers, low u 1 neck with embroidery one row . U W'iV 1 k & vmr beading, very new and pretty 50c. Nainsook Corset Covers with six inch Val. laco yoke, three rows ribbon beading, arm holes with beadinp- of 02 i.mmmmwm . riisaa 1 VBBnHBMI FVW M ribbon and lace. Many other pretty styles in lace and embroidery effects -69c. Gowns MUSLIN GCW'NS with low neck, lace, ribbon and embroid ery yoke, elbow length sleeves other styles high neck with yoke of embroidery and fine tucks 93c CROSS BAR MUSLIN GOWNS, low round neck with Ham burg beading and insertion, run with silk ribbon, el bow sleeves trimmed to match $1,50 NAINSOOK GOWNS, low round neck, yoke of lace and em broidery insertion and edere. beadina- with ribbon around neck and sleeves. Choose gowns ever shown at JNAiNbUOK u-OWJNft, low r.cck, dainty lace and embroid ery trimmed yokes, run with several rows silk ribbon, short sleeves trimmed to match $1,98 Skirts CAMBRIC PETTICOATS with CAMBRIC FETTICOATS with ruffle of hemstitched plaits, ' cut extra full 98c CAMBRIC PETTICOATS with ruffle of fillet lace and' in sertion j)3c CAMBRIC PETTICOATS with lG-in. umbrella lawn flounce of fine cluster tucks, cut extra width. A very popular style si.50 CAMBRIC PETTICOATS wHh deep lawn flounce of blind and eyelet embroidery si 50 CAMBRIC PETTICOATS with deep lawn flounce of em broidery, insertion and edge, cluster tucks 51.98 Drawers MUSLIN DRAWERS with ruffle of hemstitched tucks 25c CROSS BAR MUSLIN DRAWERS with flounce of fane tucks and hemstitched edge r.nc NAINSOOK DRAWERS with tucks other styles lace Combinations SKIRT AND CORSET COVER of cross bar muslin, Ham burg and lace trimmed cover, skirt with flounce of fine tucks . si.25' OTHER COMBINATIONS of skirt and cover, skirt and drawers, in nainsook, daintily trimmed with lace and embroideries $1.75, $1,93, $2.50 and $2,98 INTERSTATE TROLLEY Work Mny He Mnrtcd onn on 11 l.lne From l''nlr llen lo (irnmllle y or)., A street railway service between Fnlr Haven and New York State may become an accomplished fact before 1S10. Tim plans, It Is said urn for n $1, 000, ona corporation, backed by Ver monterH and New Yorkeis; the work to bi'Kln about Juno 1. If possible, and the line to lie completed In about rte months. Fianchlses have been grant ed liy the towns of I'dunney and Fair Haven, and It Is believed others are assured at Wells and P.iwlet, Middle town and (liauvllle. Tim work Is sur veying will be stinted. It Is under stood. In alioiil two weeks, and If the lompauy obtains the i'IkIiI of way at i el tain paints, the success of the undertakliiK seems certain. A temporary oi uanlzatlon has been effected, the president nf the iom. pany beltiK Preldent Helii7. of I lie Coney Island Street Knllmiy company . . . . 4, . ....... .a. . t it HIIIIIVI' E'j I oitii:us 01 15W.0 oit i 1:11. THE OLD BEE HIVE Splendid Group of Offerings in this May Sale of Muslin Under- wear W were never finer. neck, yoke of li inch cmbroid- nbuon run through. Many other w Ear Muslin narrow edge, ribbon 1 mtt&w e'.-S.-J-L!-"!,'- from many of the prettiest ffl $1.50 K deep embroidery ruffle and w rmv deep umbrella ruffle of cluster and embroidery trimmed 50c j Oi her men i , pi n.iect " e William Ni" a nel of Poiltne Mti'hollat'd of Vw Y'.ik ,t) and Y liray of Mldd'.i.town A. It Is planned to constni. t , Pe't linn around Ihe villaire of I , , ii9,. 1 bv way of in,. Fsercreen and Kurekn slnto quarries, and to continue- tl'e line thrniiKh I'oultney n, Orauvllle, N. Y. The source nf the necessary electric power has not been definitely decided ujion. but the Mettowee stream at Poultney has been consid ered and It Is possible that tho power station may be erected there. The company was granted a charter by the Ver nt 1,ckIs!;Uui lw y,nr.s "So. AlthoiiKli tbe exact nmoiiiit of tlio capltalliiiitloti will be determined after the suro, lu piobabtllty Is thai $1,000,011(1 will be reipilred for t0 Hiiciesstul completion ot thn uuder- tllkllle;. DIED. DKI.ANKY - At her late home 1SJ Park sltiel HiIh ell, on Wednesday, .May 8, F.Men Delaney, wife of John Dclaney, iiKed C3 years Funeral Friday Mnj 7, nt ! n. m . at St. Mnry's CathedrnL jos.at OBITUARY e ore , 111 'ie II. ON I 1 1 ' 'l'l 3011 ,s fr -ev "f t leny ' ' 1 ii nltuf ufier 11 1 'r. 11 ill pne'inu nla, cl'l Fnilii', aftr noon ' fi ft Joseph 3 ' Mr. .ic nil Mrs. I Hie n llclnn.i. Illlen iM ' I ,i Delaio d ed trs iiii'-i.i'u ;t her lion.e. ,2 Park aftet n short Illness w.'u an'e M i s. t 'iday c r i ne I'uli.tcstlon Sbe hi survived h-, a I, is- 1 anil. John Delm lee dung '"I -l l" ens "f ' ' I.. Mi. tun. M I, ' nid ,1,1 tin y I ie i i lieianey of Statu fn w a i.li t ,i i i I re i.m d sb' n:n and three foii and e- are Mrs J e 1 1 c., .Mrs P t I lei ev. Put k J s i in and .1 I 'f n. M rs I tel M!1'l Mils I' rn i ' ns c!t- pi e eeti a i held f, c, mol'i : o en i"- ac .i 1 1 . 'I , ' .1 s II I 1" ' llenr.v M. The death "f III' ." II ret I'-ed f i ' red at ' . 1 1 n. 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'I'lie l.'.th annual meeting of t' e li 'uiutiin r.i.ilduiK and Ixuin assm latum w.is held Tuesda; In the bankii z r ioi s of tin; '.'hit'cnden Count) Tt net niipa" Tbe I. lowing otllcers were . ct' d f " il.e ensuing vea i . President. ,7 ,n Fatten. ice-pros. dent, 1". A Woodb'.rv .f. retai and treasure H A Cor e, t'"s frr tbi'O yenis A F. ''te' u F I-: MoiKiin I "d Heotso D WHfTl i , iidiiois, .1. 11. Macomber. S I Platk.i. .ifd II. V. Hall Tbe officers ele. led c o tbe snnie as last ve.ir, tiie o'llv cbaceo bemi; in Hi board o' dire. n-s. wbp"rt I' F, Morgan was elected to the boa d n plate of tin Hie c. A Hiba '1 T' o levoris of tbe otlb ers made an eeelb n' how Ins for the ear and .".'0 shares f rnes CP were sold Tuesd ly night nni tr, u'ouk rim xpiuio For the month of April tbe Humane apent repo. ts nine boises liunianely dp s'.ieyed, H docs nnd 10 cats Three b3n.es ' rre temoved from notk, and tho iwn i r Of several nlflieled with sores nnd lameness wete Instructed to bIi'p them u lest befote nslnc them n;aln Visits were tnade to Colchester. Sunderland Hollow, F.ssex Junction and F.se Center. Fast Chailotte, Wllllstnn and South Hurllnr; lon. On the whole, It was u busy month. Tho report of work done would no doubt be made more luterestinir if thu names ppd residences of offenders weie (riven, but this seems not to bu necess.ir) Tho M'vlety dchlies to educate rather than to 1 imisli. , I'Ol'M'AI PF.NS. We are headquarters fo.' Waterman's Ideal Forntaln .en Ihe most perfect wrltltiK Itiftruiiient In tiie world. Our as so'tment Is complete lncludlni; all slies and deslj r.s, prices frcir. $ 50 to $10.00. Every pen 'tillv Kiiar,ir.toe.l and may be exchanBcd If It does not k o entire satis faction, Tho Free Pross statloni-v