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Tim BURLINGTON FRKK PRESS AND 'TIMES : TirHiSDAY, .TANFARY 20, 1910.
A (laughter, Limn Marguerite, was born
to Mr nnd Mrs. O, C. Bcnuprc Tuesday
morning, tho ISth Inst,
A daughter weighing 10 1-2 pounds was
born to Mr. nnd Mrs, W. V. Farr Satur
In probate ( ourt on Saturday settle
ments and decrees were made In tlio
estates of Alhannn Perry and Caroline
Kay cf Demon.
The second concert of tho winter by
the Burlington Symphony orchestra was
given at Iho Strong thentro Friday even
ing to a largo audience.
Tim tlrst meeting of tho creditors In the
hanktupt estate of T, K. Milne was held
Monday nt the office "C Justice O. W.
l)chervtlln and 1". (1. Webster was ap
In prubato court Friday In the estate
By Our Formula
Wo produce In Hood's SarsaparlMc
a mcdlclno that hat an unap
pronchod record of cures of
Scrofula, eczema, eruptions, catarrh,
rheumatism, anemia, ncrvoneness, tint
tired feeling, loss of appetite, etc.
The combination and proportions of
the more than twenty different remedial
agents contained in Hood's Sareaparilla
are known only to ourselves, so there
tan ho no mhstltute.
This mediclno makes healthy nnd
6tronR tho "Little Soldiers" In your
blood, those corpuscles that, flaht the
disease germs constantly ultnckin "
and F. W. Klllott llll the. places mudis
vacant by the deaths of D. W. Robinson
and U. 13. Hmalley. Col. E. Henry Pow
ell, who has been a director for seventeen
years, was not re-elected.
The McDonnell Mercantile Agency hns
sold to .1. I,. Houthwlck tho Ocorge W.
Kclley properly on upper Church street
of Sophia Vollens of Colchester, Kllztx long ued as a wholesale grocery store,
rountaln was appointed administratrix. together with the brick storehouse and
A settlement and demr was made In tho . brick barn at the rear, the lot having a
lolal depth of 1 feet The store will be
put In thoinugh rrpalr, nnd In addition n
place of business will be constructed In
(slate of Sarah M. .ludson, late of Bur
lington. I.A t,..tl,w1 T..tl...,.1 n. ......
now storing their annual supply of led'"" Pn ,w'15' ''h ,1,n" J,"1 "
at thrlr house on Battciy street. The The driveway will hereaf er extend
Ice is cut at Rouses Point and Is brought the rear from Ullionsk avenue
here In cais. It Is from 20 Id 2J Inehe.i
Fred Rlchnrd and Miss Aurclla Thl
lault were quietly married Monday
morning at seven o'clock In St. Joseph's
Church by the lit. Hev. J. M. Cloarcc.
The witnesses wero Non ls.-e Thlbault
and U. Mm In.
through the Welkr ptoperty entrance.
Three civil eases were disposed of yes-
Work will be commenced to-day on the
(II glng of an artesian well at yucca
lily I'.uk. The well will be driven near
the hotel and will supply the drinking
v. trr for the guests thern and for
teiday In city court. In the rase of W,
li. Zottinan & Co. vs. Mary W. Grldley,
a verdict was rendered for the plaintiffs
to recover damages of $-0.81 and costs of
ti.lv. In the cac of the HurllnRton Gro
cery company s (i. M. Alnsworth, tho
suit was discontinued. In the casa of
Isaac am Man Fugere vs. Emily J.
Henedlct and the. Durlinnton Savings
bnnk, trustees, .1 verdict rendered
'.! for the plaintiff to recover damages of
f;U.S1 nnd costs of f..V).
Frank Pratt was arraigned before Jus
lice Uebervlllo Friday, charged with
non-support of his wife and minor chil
dren. The case was continued for one
month and Frank was reprimanded and
Two actions of general assumpsit.
Jiiihsell W. Taft vs. Dr. Harvey F..
''ulvln, apt., were entered Thursday In
, 'i itenden county court. Both cases
r re recently appealed from city court.
I 'p C'olvln being the appellant ill both
In probate rourt Thursday In the.
t uite of J. A. Hanlln, alias llanlon,
t las linllman, late of Colchester, a
brother, Kdwaid Hnllhan, wa appointed
sdniinlstrntor. Michael Gibbons and F.
JMnrd Allan! were appointed commls
Honers nnd appraisers.
Mlsi I'. K. Knap-ton, who resides with
ir sister, Mrs. K. V. Crnnnell of Pearl
F'reet, fell on Tuesday evening nnd se
erely injnied nn shoulder. An X-ray
photograph wa taken of the Injured part
yesteiday nnd It will he ascertained
whether or not tho shoulder Is fractured.
News was received In the clly Tues
lay of the marriage of Mls Josephine
liollerose, a former resident of this city,
and V. B. I.ucla of Lvnn, Mnsv. MIf.i
iellero.e was a former employe of the
.mcrlcan Woolen company and both par
ties now live In Lynn, where they will
make their home.
Three men, chained with Intoxication
wire lined up Monday In city court
Allicr' Scarbo was lined ?. and costs of
$, vi, and he will probably servo the al
ternative s-entuncc of ten days in jail.
.1 n-oph Gnbaree of WlllMnn was fined
! and costs of J..7.. which ho hopes to
p. and Arthur Dngue was lined $3 and
1 - of $7.M. He also hopes to pay.
lerrv Hellheumer was arraigned In city
r t Tuesday for a second offense, of
il oxlcatlon and was fined J and costs
0 in.",l lie took an appeal and furnish-
1 1 tall In the sum of )'. William Savoy
Ik omlng his surely. Hatlie Minnlellelrl,
a ouiik colored glil. was found fiullty
of a 111 st offense of intoxl, ation and was
n -d and co-ts of KS.. She will pro
li! dy pay.
The tlrst persons 10 lie arraigned in city
court since Mondav appeared before
JuUK'i Mower Friday, they being
(hunted with brearh of the peace and In
toxication, respei tivelv. Edtrar Pace
was found Riilltv of beating hU wife and
was lined il and costs of $7.Si. Willis
l.yon pleaded Kiillty to being Intoxicated
nnd was fined $.i and costs of ?T.BP, which
he expeits to pax.
The Woman's KxchanKe, which has
been doing business for th past year on
the southwest corner of Fiank and St.
1'aul streets, cloi-cd its doors Tuesday
as the cpiarters hae been rented to Dr.
A . Ci. Church. The IUIui ch, as well as
the stock of goods on hand, were closed
out during the day. Dr. Church occupied
Kpartmcnts in the Walker block before
It was destroyed by lire.
The annual ineellng of the Chittenden
County Trust company was held Tues
day afternoon nnd the old board of dl
lectors re-elected, as follows: K. J,
llooth, John J. Flynn, A. O, Humphrey,
K. P. Woodbury, W. It. McKilllp, ,T. S,
I'atrlck. It. A. Cooke. K. F. Oebhardt
mid J 11. Macomber. The officers elect
ed ai'f. President, 1'.. J. Hoothj vice
)ir( sldent. John J. Flynn; trea"-'i er, B,
1. Woitbeir, nssistiint trensi.ier, n. y,
After a hearing before the jail com
miM-loneri. on Saturday Isaac La row of
Colchester tas allowed lo take the poor
del tors oath and was r( leased from jail
aflei helng In bondage for 19S days. La
iow was Jallf.d mi a certified execution
from the Clitltcnden county court for
$) and costs, which arcw out of a suit
in which It was set up that Uuow ill
treated and starved the live stock and
caused the faim of Hie plaintiff to de
teriorate. Charles Devlin nas arrested Tuesday
( barged with attempting to set nro to the
barn and shed of the Standard Coal ,t
Ic Co., on Pine Mrcet It is alleged that
on Saturday evening he placed a lot of
combustible, material under the planking
of tin shed, spilnkled the same with oil,
and touched a lighted match to It, The
ttrr had gained some headway when dls
(overed nnd Devlin, who lives near tho
shed, was one of the Hist to help extin
guish the blaze. It Is thought that Dcv
ibi la not menially sound,
H.trgeani Powns, the negro soldier
who was found In a drunken stupor
beside the car track on the Inooslil
road on Thursday night, was arrulgned
In city court on Saluiday for Intoxica
tion and lined t.'i and costs. Ho rxpeots
lo pey. Drowns whh suffering much
fiom tho cobl when discovered and would
fn -ibnbly have died In a short time,
Jnniei Felon, n soldier, was nned und
costs fur intoxication and George Kauf
man, for the snmn offenso, was also
lined t3 und co-.ts.
I'lie llurllnglon Trust company elected
tho following dliectors at a meeting huld
t eleven o'clock Monday morning II.
J,. Ward, K. C. Mowr, F. R. Wells, C.
Jy. Smith and F. VT, RUIoit. At . meet
Inif of tlio directors, officers wero olectod
u" follows-. Piesldent, II. I,. Ward; vice
president, );. ( Mower; seemtmy ami
t' e.is ,iii, F W Klllott, C. 1 4. Snillh
A social was given In the parish house
of the First Church last evening and sup
per was served from six to seven o'clock
to over dm. After supper a short but In
teresting entei talnment was given. Mar
tin Sllllnisn tlrst played a violin solo, a
fantaslo from "The Harber of Hevllle."
Tho second number was given by Mrs. C.
P. Cowles and consisted of a suite of
scngs from "Khland." by Von Flcltlz
Miss Jennie Howell came next with a
reading, "Writing a Speech for Peter."
The last number a violin solo, a "Spanish
Dance," was given by Mr. Rilllman.
In probate court Monday In the es
tate of Charlotte Helisic, late of Hur
llnRton, Joseph 15. llellsle was appoint
ed executor and r. i. Webster and T.
K. Hopkins commissioners and apprais
ers. The will of the lote II. II. Chit
tenden was pi over and established and
Gerald Chlttendm and II. B. Shaw weto
appointed e.xe ulors. Kllas Lyman and
W. F. Hendee were appointed commls-
TIib local court Is In n prosperous condi
tion nnd has added many now members
during the past yenr, Olllcers were In
stalled as follows! Chief ranger, D. F,
Cosgvlff: vice-chief ranger, G, 11, Mar
engo; past chief ranger, T. A. Pelany;
recording S'cretary, T. L. Howley; llnnti
clal sevretary, J, J, Cross; treasurer, 11.
U, Corley; trustees, lMwnrd Hynes, J, K,
Flaherty, ltlchard Devcreatix; condui
tois, senior, Cornelius Hayes; Junior,
Thomas McGettilck; Inside sentinel, J.
S. O'llrlen; outside sentinel, Lawrence
McCnrty; spiritual director, tho nev. P.
Tho Cnlleso Street Congregational
Church held lis annual meeting Thurs
day. In the nbsenco of the clerk, J. D.
Henedlct, F. S. Pease wa.s elected to that
olllce, pro tern. The following ofllcers
were elected: Clerk, J. U. Benedict;
treasurer, It. H. Hlckok; superintendent
of the Sunday school, H, C. Burrows;
secretory and treasurer of the Sunday
school, Harry Austin; members of the
corporation of the Home for Destitute,
Chlldien, Mrs. K. J. Illchmond and Mrs.
H. I'. Perkins; chairman of the welcome
Margaret, tho UiloJlt' daughter of Mr.
anil Jlrt. J- W. Gorman, died Saturday
night at the homo of her parents,, 40
College Htieot. Tho funeral was held
from the house Monday afternoon at 'J;0O
Itlcliard .1. Wrldon,
News was received Tusdny of tho
death of Blchnrd J.' Wcldon of Jay, N
Y. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. Kate Wll
lett of Lyon Mountain nnd Mrs. Joseph
Hlcli of this city. Sir. Woldon was 45
years of ago and a lormer resident of
this city. "
I'llOMI'T ATTIOTIO.V OIVKAT TO Al.l, 'PIKIMl
and mail onunits.
llrs, Mnry Fnrrrll,
Mrs, Mary Far roll, aged 69, died Satur
day at her home on the corner of King
ami Battery stteets after a short lllneis
committee, A. :. Goodhue, the other wlt 1 llc''irt M!- ' "T'T1.
memuers elected being J. D. Benedict,
W. C. Isham and G. H, Burrows; chair
man of the ushers, A. L. Whiting; club
man of the lookout committee, Carl B.
Brownell; chairman of tho college com
mittee, H. H. Dutcher; chairman of tho
high school committee, William nutter;
chairman of the commutes on foreign
missions, Dr. H. F. Perkins; chairman of
tho committee on parish Kathot Ings, A. I.
Goodhue. The meeting was adjourned to
the evening of the parish gathering Jan
uary 15, when the reports of the ofllcers
w 111 he read
The. ofllcers of the Perfection Over
galter company were tendered a supper
at the Ethan Allen club house Monday
evening by the treasurer and manager,
C, S. Lord. There were also present
M. D. Mc.Mahon, treasurer of the Cham
plain Trust company, Wallace .ietts,
superintendent of the overgaltcr factory,
and Joseph M. T. Kingman, a salesman
for the company. All preent pronounced
the occasion a most cnjoyablo one, At
tho close the president, G. A. Kumsey,
In behalf of those present, presentod to
Mr. Lord a beautiful slick pin as a
token of the esteem In which he Is held.
Mr. I.ird responded feelingly. The of
ficers of tho company are as follows:
Directors, G. A. Bumscy, Van A. Nye.
M, L. Sanborn, Thomas F. Conlon, S. N.
Putnam. O. W. Kdwards nnd George L.
Fdwards; president, O. A. Rumsey; vice
president, M. L. Sanborn; secretary.
George L. Kdwards; treasurer and man
ager, C. U Lord. The past year has
been a most satisfactory one In the
amount of business done.
a (laughter, Miss Anna Fnrrcll of this
city. Her husband Jumes Farrcll, died
a few yrnis ago. The, funeral wan hrdd
Tuesday at St. Mary's Cathedral.
The Old Bee Hire
Now Is the Time for House
keepers to Buy Sheets, Pil
low Cases and Cottons. . .
In this January Sale, duo to the fact that we have made un
usual preparations many months ago, we have succeeded in pre
senting values that have caused the greatest comment In other
stores and wherever cotton market quotations are known.
Putting it plainly, it is just like going into the largest whole
sale warehouses and paying wholesale prices in fact many of
our sale prices are lower than the present wholesale prices and
every housekeeper alive to their best interest will anticipate their
every want before this January Sale ends.
C, S. Allen.
I. S. Allen died Saturday night nt his
home on tho Shelburno road after an
Illness of but u few days. Mr. Allen
was 51 years old and Is survived by a
wife, his father, S. W. Allen of South
Burlington, and one sister, Mrs. N, W.
McMurphy. A prayer was said at
the house of S. W. Allen Tuesday
morning at nine o'clock and the remains
wero taken to Irasburg, where the fun
eral services were held and Interment
made on ednesday,
CHANGE AT THE STRONG.
Moving Picture Will Soon Ilnve n
Permanent Place There,
"It's a condition and not a theory,"
said Manager J. J. Whnlen of The
sioners and appraisers. Thomas Reeves i Strong theatre last evening in refer
ring to the present shaky status of
the show business. Moving pictures.
by the way, are going to take a perma
nent place at The strong in the near
future. Combined with first class
vaudeville, they will hold the boards
at tho local playhouso for the re
mainder of this season, except, of
course, when some particular attrac
tion Is hilled.
The good old-fashioned melodrama
lis falling Into disrepute and the cheap
moving picture show is taking its
place. Not only is this obviously true
but it Is also a fact that tho better
class of plays Is going to the wall on
account of the new nnd cheap form
"IOts of theatrical people held theh
heads high when the moving picture
show first appeared." said Mr. Whnlen,
"and claimed that only the low
browed, knock-kneed, hump-backed
Ignoramus who didn't know any bet
ter would go. but they have found out
the difference within the past two
Next week at The Strong the only
attraction billed Is Howe's moving
pictures. Tho week after the new or
der comes In. The vaudeville bill
will lie changed twice a week and
some of the best pictures obtainable
will be shown. The prices will com-
FIRE ESCAPES CF
i II PANIC
was appointed administrator In the es
tate of Morton W. Judson, Inte of Bur
lington and G. W. Debervllle and J. 13.,
A larsely attended meeting was held In
the hall of the Ancient Order of Hiber
nians Tuesday for the discussion of
plans pertaining to the celebration of St.
Pntrick's day. A committee was appoint
ed and the nrrangemonts will be left to
them. It was also voted to tender a com
plimentary reception to the ladles' nus-H-lary
for their efforts In behalf of tho di
vision at the celebration of the sixth anni
versary. Fourteen applications for mem
bership to the society were received at
tho meeting. The committee In chargo
of the St. Patrick's day celebration Is
composed of T. B. Wright, chairman, J.
W. D'Sulllvan. F. J. Bafter. T. J. Mc
Donnell, P. J. Itussell, J. J. Kennedy nnd
K. B. Corley
The divorce petition of Albert H.
Stueler vs. Lucia J. Streeter of Bolton
was entered Tuesday in Chittenden
county court. The petition is htotight on
the grounds of Intolerable severity and
there are other complications. The pet I
Holier nets foith that at one time he
gave his wife Jino to place In a Burling
ton bank for him and that she de
posited tho money under her own nam"
Instead. The petitioner prays for an
Injunction restraining the petitionee from
., 11. yrr ,','rtry, Kl ..(
from appropriating silverware valued all wlth ,ho'i8 of the lrssor Bno,vs
$100, household furniture, bedding, etc.
The case of Dr. C. M. Ferrin vs Pavld
Demag, an action of assumpsit with Sl'o
Involved, was also entered. Both partbs
ruslde in Kssex Junction,
Prof. George H. Perkins of the Univer
sity of Vermont Is about to take a trip
around the world. He will leave Burling
ton next Wednesday for a six months'
jaunt, which will carry him lo San Fran
cisco und from there to Honolulu, Japan.
( hlna. Xtanlla, Borneo, Singapore, Bur
ma, Calcutta, Ceylon and along the west
coast of India to Bombay and Agra. Tho
lied sea, Kgypt and the Nile will also he
Included. Tho trip Is primarily mad for
pleasure, but It Is safe to sav that Iro
fessor Perkins cannot forego tho tempta
tion to add to his already vast stoie of
learning, even while he Is having a good
time, Although he ban traveled exten
sively, this Is his first ttlp around tho
Josnpn TJoylo has sold his Inlet est In
tlia Theatorlum on Church street to
Messrs. C. 3d. Leach and A. K. Wheeler
of Hardwick, who took possession Fri
day, Mr. and Mis. Doyle go this week
to Rochester, N. Y to reside, Mr. Doyle
having n. position on the road. The Thea
torlum Is tho oldest moving picture show
In the State and was started by Mr. Doyle
three yeats ago. The new rirm Is com
posed of practical men In the business,
Mr. Ieach having been the proprietor of
the Idle Hour show In Hardwick and Mr,
Wheeler having been employed there.
They have tha reputation of hav
ing made a marked succesa of the place.
It Is planned to make sereral changes in
the show at the Theatorlum hut at the
same time to maintain the eeenc of
the pictures now shown there.
The nut of Joseph King vs. the Rob.
Inson, Edwards Lumber Co., an action
to recover damages of $Tu for a canal
bo.it, was partially tried m city court
on Saturday. The plaintiff sets up that
In 11KS he owned a canal boat named
"Addison B. Colvin" and that he mado
a coutiact with tho defendant company
lo unload and ttnnsport IlS.OOo feet nf
lumber frotn the company's pin flat,
which could not enter the slip because
of the low water. Tho plaintiff sets up
that the contract was that the lumber
was. to be transported In three loads nnd
the pay was to lie H i day. It Is set up
further that tho company tried to load
all the lumber on the plaintiff's boat In
one load, which resulted In the boat be
lug rn heavily laden that It broko In
two and sank. M. S. Vilas appears for
King and A. O. Whlltcmnre for the lum
The annual Installation of officers of
the Cathollo Order of Foresters, Cathe
dral Court, No. Mi, wm held Thursday,
tho Installing gfflcef bQlflg th Rv, T. M.
Aubln of flttomon, deputy hlCh ehlof
ranger Among th ottisr clergy presont
weis tho Rr, ft J. Barrett and the Rev
V I. Crosby of this oily and the Itev
Father Luc, of St Michael s Collea
Itev. II. M. Hopkins.
The Itev. Herbert Mueller Hopkins,
second eon of the late Row William
Cjpiien Hopkins of Toledo, Ohio, and
brother of Theodoie K. Hopkins of ths
city, died on Friday In New York city of
typhoid fever. Tho f uncial and burial
were In that city Monday.
Dr. Hopkins, who ws about 10 years
of age, was melor of the Church of tho
Holy Nativity In the Bronx, New York,
and was an author of distinction, bavin.;
written "Tho Fighting Bishop," "The
Torch," nnd a later novel of n much
note. Ho had visited this city often. Hi
was a rjiaduale of Columbia College.
INCOME NOT SUFFICIENT.
Sirs. Victor M(rr!enti Fed llnliy Cof
fee Instead of Milk.
Victor Morris au was arraigned In city
court yesterday, charged with non
support After both Mr. and Mrs
Morrlsenii had told their stories the case
was continued to February 2.
Mrs. Morriseau testified that her hus
band earned eight dollars a week and
that previous to two weeks ago he had
been in the habit of taking bis pay
envelope home and giving the mony to
her. This, however, seemed to prove
Insufficient for the proper support of
the home. Where the blame Is does not
seem clear, except, prchaps, that social
and wne,o conditions are against Victor
Mrs. Morriseau stnted further that some
times they could not buy milk, when alio
fed the ha, coffee.
Victor claimed that he made his eight
dollars go as far as possrblo, About two
weeks ago, ho said, he came home and
found that his wlfo had gone. The
kitchen stove was 'Ahio ftohd. Victor
claiming that bis wfe had .ibid It. -1
If any authority oil econoinlcs can ex
plain how theio two people can live
happily on eight dollars per no doubt,
both Mr. and Mrs. Morriseau wld ap
iU-lneh, reinilnr I lie, nt Ifle
-l.'.-lnch, ri-gulnr I He, at Me
r.n-lnch, regular aOc, at,'.! 16c
r.l-lnoli, reenlnr S2Vic, nt IHe
ll.t-lncli, regular 2Bc, nl 10c
S-t, rehntnr 2TV',r. nl ale
0-1, rernlnr HOe, al 23c
1 0--I. rrfculnr aa'te, Per
12-tnrh, remtlnr lSe, at 14e
lil-lncb, rcgulnr 10c, nt I6c
,',0-lneh, regular 27-4c, nt tSo
.M-lncli, regular 2.",c, at 10c
U.t-lnch, regular 37 lie, nt 20c
-4, regular ilOe, nt 23 Vic
0-4, rctnilar J2M.c, nt 2.1c
1(1-4, regnlnr 3fle, nl. per jnril, 2TVjC
PILLOW CASE COTTON.
IN-lneh, siturl li-neCis, rcgnlnr
IHc, per ynrd iMc
12-Inch, Pllloiv Ttititnu, regular
IHe, per j-nrd iBc
I'-lnch, I'lllnn Tulilntc, resrular
"Oc, per ?nr(l 17c
YARD-WIDE COTTON. UN
BLEACHED. I. iid (iimllly llronn Cotton, reg
ular he, per ynrd ,1c
Limit 20 VnrdR.)
( iiiitlneiitiil C, rcKiilnr Oe, nt ..1c
I'ontlnentnl r, 40-lneli Cotton,
rcKiilnr 10c, nl Oe
I.IIOO ynrds ynrd-vtlde henvy
nienclied Cotton, never sold
Irsa Ihnn 10c. For the Janu
ary Sale, (limit 20 j.-irilil, nt
per jnrd To
I.tingdon iit II., retailor 12 Vie. nl.
per jnrd Ill lie
l.oimdnle Cnmhrle. regular 12'ic,
nt, per ynrd lie
Pride of the West, regular lflc,
nt, per ynrd 11c
I'eerlesa Cnmhrle, (shorts), rcK
iilnr lflc, nt Oc
Hill Cotton. rcKiilnr l'f ,nt..0Vie
nienchrd Mnslln Hhreta, ninrte nf
stnndnrd quality sheeting, without
center senilis, torn by hnnrt and
Ironed ready for nsc.
3x00, regular , 03c, nt r.fic
6.1x00, regular T8e, nt 0.,c
72x80, rrgnlnr 00e, at .10c
72x00, regular ftOe, at ...00c
81x00, reiculnr 7(lc, nl 0'c
MxOSVi, regular 80c, at 7Bc
00x01), rra-iilnr 91.0.1, nt -0'
73x00 flat seam Sheet, mnde nf
good cotlon, north A2r, at,
Two ensrs of good Cotton Pil
low Cases, nindc nllh deep
hem, holh sixes. 42nn, nnd
4.11.16 the heat 15 Villon'
('nine. For this snlr, each ...IOc
42x.1tt, regular 19c, at each 14c
4.i.10. regular 20e, nt each Iftc
4'.t.:ts,rt rcRiilm 2-lc, nt rncb... ISc
12-)nrd pieces of KaKllsh Lome
Cldtli, n iionil firm, soft finish
ed Iiiiib cloth, TTnrth ft.RO.
Priced for the .Innuar.r Snle
nt, per piece ft. 00
12-ynrd pieces title soft chnmols
finished I.one ( loth, 40 Inches
vrlde, A very superior qual
ity, north 92.00. Jnnunrr Snle
price, per piece ?1 .10
10-ynrd Jleccs Mederln .Valn
nonUs, 40 Inehrs wide, One
sheer quality nnd rvorth rea.li
larly f 2.2'. .lanunry Snle
prlee, per piece ft. ,10
10-yard pieces Mmlerln Naln
ook n beautiful qunllty 4R
Inches nldr, sold regularly at
3.4.1. Jnnunrj- Snle price, per
HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT
(Continued Front 4th I'age.)
SOUTH ROY ALTON.
Charles ft. Daggett died Jan. 13 alter
a short Illness. Tho funeral services
were conducted Hunday at. l:ft p. m., by
Rising Hun Lodge, No. 7, F. A. A. M
In tho Methodist Church, A. O. Whit
ham spent lost week In Woodstock.
Mrs. Itreuster has been sick at the homt
of her daughter, Mrs. A. S. Whltham.
Mrs. A, 1'. Kklnner has returned fron
Hoston, brlnglnR her little granddaugh.
ter, Miss Uorolhy Clogstou,
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION.
' A larc number of citizens was present
I at an adjourned meeting of fire district
No. 1 held Monday evening to consider
1 the question of fire protection, the or,!'
i unry hydrant supply having failed. A
1 report ws.s made hy the prude.ntlal com
mittee which was thoroughly dlseusM- d
1 and the committee was authorluej to pur
' chose not mors than three chemicals of
I such slss and capacity as they should
1 deem best. A committee consl.ttlne. of 1!
! K. Hmlth, R. B. Meeoh, N. P. Wheeler
i and C. H. (Iteen was appointed with tho
. prudential committee to conslde" vtirlous
I subjects and report at a meeting to be
. held the lost of the month. Amom,'
aoure of supply Lakes Mitchell, Dothan
I and IlusKton are to ba considered s
I wfll kji that of the Hartford Water com.
Ths vital sts.tlstlcs of th town for 1?"9
show tha. there were seven marriages, IS
births and 12 dee ths. Rum L. Osgood
rave a party to 70 of hla friends Friday
vanlns at Frdor. hall. 600 wax played
and Wyman's orehsstra furnished muslo
for danotnj. William Flint had lh mis
fortune to have tha forerfineer on his left
hand, also the, thumb to tha first Join',
cut off while sawing In H. C. Allen's
mill Inst week. Da.nie! Blake of I.aw
rence, Mass., X'lellnd relatives in town
I the Inst of the week. There, will bo a
social dance at Union hall Friday aven
i ing Rev. W. C. Poutwell la In Boston
I this week. Pej-1 Hcdgktns of Rochester
Is th ablest of his brother, Otiy, Thi
officers of Goodwill Orange war Install
ed Jan. by B. Li Osgood master of
Whits River Fomona Grange. He was
assisted by Miss Dora Phelpa. JYtnk
Rico of Woodstock was a Tlsltor at tha
homo of his uncle. P. M. Nye. the first
of the week. Frank Baker has return
ed from a visit In Burlington.
PLEASED WITH PASTOR.
Philadelphia, r.o... Jnn. 19. Four girls
and one man 1( aped to their death to-day
In a panic caused by a flro In the four,
story factory' building at 20S-10 Chancellor
street, near Second nnd Walnut streets.
Five others received Injuries from whicn
they will probably die, and msny more
were less seriously hurt.
The dead are; Morris Pessan. aged 2'',,
fractured skull: Clara Swartz, 18, crushed
by fnll: Ida Greenburg, 20 jenrs, hurned
and crushed; Rebecca Kaufman, 1' years,
fractured skull; Fllia-beth Chachkln, 10
years, burned and crushed.
The probably fatally Injured are:
Rebecca Chachkln, 14, fractured skull.
In'.ernnl Injuries and burns; Hymnn
Relokln, 15, both legs and nrms broken,
and probable Internal Injuries; Saiah
Cohen, seriously burned and probably
internally Injured; Philip Poklos, arm
and both fractured; unidentified
colored woman, overcome by smoke and
Neany all of the dead and severely
Injured were employed In the shirtwaist
factory of Joseph Chachkln, which oc
cupied part of the fourth floor of the
building. Chachkln himself was Injured,
One of his daughters Is dead and an
The flames, originating In the elevator
shaft on the fourth floor, spread rapidly.
Tne girls and men lu Chachkln's factory
bieaine panic stricken and jumped from
the windows. Men on the stteet spread
blankets and an awning to break their
falls, but In the dense smoke many fell
Methodists Ask fo- Upturn nf the llct.
At a meeting of the fourth quarterly
conference of the Methodist Kplscopal
church of this city, held last evening,
thj regular annual review of work was
presented and reports for all departments
of church work rendered. It wiu unani
mously vote! to request the bishop to jijjgj;
return the pastor, tl)e Hev. C. V, nrls- , '
mer, I) D., for another year. Tho fol
lowing officers and cimmlttccs were aj
proved for the coming year:
Trustees U M. Ulngham, E. J. Booth,
0. O. F. Tobcy. W. li. I.und, R. A. Spear
and A, B. Lamson.
Stewards-U It. Mid, J. U (all, F. O.
Sinclair. J. A. Cnrbin, W. C. Burt, F. C.
1. yon, Ixiuls Hleb, S. F. Henry, C. II.
Rowley, W. O, Spear, I.. M. Bingham, A.
K. Tryon. F. K. Meigs, W. T. Jackman,
F. U North and H. N. Clark.
Recording stcwaid L. 11. l-ord.
Tlstrlct steward U M, Bingham.
President of the Kpworth Ieagtio D.
I'rchldcnt of the Ixidles' Aid society
Mrs. K. C. Mahnn.
Trie- of appeals for members J, I...
Class .e.iders O. F. Mender, C. r.
North, K. P. Howe.
Standing committees Foreign missions,
O. F. North, Louis Uiet), Miss Mary
Walker. Royal iilnsham, I. V,'. McClel
land, E, V. Hone; homo missions, .1, C.
Jones, O. S. Ockcrblad, Mrs. O. F. Mend
er, Misi Ida J. Mitchell; Sunday school,
J. L. Hall, W, F. Jai'kman, Lillian Mc
Oaltey: tracts, Mrs. Sarah K. Lord, Fan
nie Ripley; temperance, Albert Lang.
Mrs. n. B. Lund. Mrs. P. Urpdle; educa
tion, Prof. J. F. Messenger, Professor
Clarkson; Freedman's Aid and Southern
IMucatlon. A. A. Drew, C. II. Rowley,
Mrs. lrfiuls Hleb; hospitals, I). W. McClel
land, J, H. Hefflon, Arietta Shlnllln;
church records, F. K. Meigs, A, K. Tryon;
nudlunc, W. K. Burt, F. O. Sinclair; par
sonage and furniture, Mrs. L. M. Bing
ham, Miss Mary Walker, Mrs. K. 0.
Mnhan, Mrs. H. R. Mlddlebrook; church
music, L. M. Bingham, J. A. Corbln, S.
F. Henry; pastoi's salary, E. J, Booth,
ii. F. North, U B. Lord, W. B. Burt, G.
! F, Tobey; conferenca claimants, F. L.
North, F. C. Lyon, W, O. Spoar; vulplt
supply, L. B. Iord, K. P, Howo; custo
dian of legal documents, K. J. Booth.
Silk Waists and Silk Petticoats, $3.75
Worth $5.00 to $7.00.
A magniflcnt showing- that strikingly illustrates the splen
did buying advantages offered for this January Sale.
The Petticoats are made of a thoroughly good Taffeta in
the most wanted styles and are shown in all colors to match the
evening costume as well as white and black. At $5.00, S5.50 and
K $6.00 they would attract more than ordinary attention. We an-
a : ii . ..j a i. , t. : - i : , f o i7r
j( iicipaie selling u giuut, quaiiniy ill- nns uimsuiu piiuc po.io uu,.
mhe Waist' are all this season's styles, smart and becoming,
materials are Messahnes, Taffetas, Moires and a few Lace Waists.
Every waist from our own regular stock, carefully meeting every
l requirement demanded of every make that finds a place in this
Shirt Waist department regular 5.00 to $7.00 Waists at 3.75.
sr.K. window nisrM.iY.
IS TIRED OF HUSBAND.
.iljinrn tti Meet In lliirllnuloii Mnrcli
(I nnd 7.
Vermont has four sons In big base
ball league company. They are Larry
Gardner of Knosburg Falls, Ray Collins
of Burlington, and "Amby" McConnell
of Pownal, with the Red Sox, and
"Chic" Kvans of North Bennlngt.-.t
drafted this year by the Doves.
Arthur II. Stona of Fcrrlburg, a farn -or
and Arthur B. Plnney of Woodstock,
a plumber, yesterday tiled petitions In
bankruptcy. Stone has liabilities of 147" -41
and assets of JSO and Plnney has lia
bilities of t;.5tS and gives his assets as
When the runners of the sleds caught
in the Rutland trolley car tracks and
tipped the rig over a valuable farm horse
belonging to Orrln Thomas took fright
and ran away. A collision with an ex
press sleigh soon followed nnd one nf the
shafts was driven into the chest of the
runaway animal about IS inches
No more Chinamen will be admitted
through the port of Blchford after
I'ebrtiaiy 1, according to an order is
1 sued recentlv from the department of
' commerce nnd In bur, Boston being the
i only port of entiy retained In the east-
crn part of the country. Malone. N V
' nr.u pot'al N. I)., share the fate of Iliih-
I'Jeorge Benolt of Rutland, a caipente"
has been Informfd that he Is heir t(
a large slice of the fortune of a rlcr.
uncle, who ran away from home wher,
a small boy and has acquired posses
sion of !lvo cold mines in the West that
net a profit of J.'M per day. Tho entlr
estate -will be divided among Mr. Ben
oit's father and six sons.
After being In business in Rutland f' r
tt years Henry W. Cheney Is soon m ill
pose of his grocery stock and take a tri.i
to tho Pacific coast. Just after both re-
Arrangements have been made to ho'd, .,,.,, from tl. rM ,.., M, rhm .
en county court. Ono was a1 a State convention here of men inte,-and ns brothfir or,fneA a pencral me
for divorce, the petition being ested In the Laymen's MIs.Monaiy move-u.llnndPo store in Rutland, the survlvoi
by Melvlna .lonhson Anderson, n.ent. Saturday tvenlng. March 5 there havn, rnnducted the e,tahllshm.ot .Wmi
Mrs Mr 1 Ina udcr.oii Wants Divorce,
.Vlnlden Nnnie nnd Vllnuiny. .
Two suits were enteied yesterday in I
urouglU uy .MClvilli .lUllliMin .niucrsun , onuxuHj rioi.K, .uurco o llierfl hnvlnr conducted the e,tahllshm.nt .Wmi
against Louis C. Anderson. Mrs. Ander- will be a banquet, followed by :spcakln; f()r t)e w, flv yf,ars
sun resides in tills city and the petl- and on Sunday and Mondav further;
tlonee's residence is claimed unknown. I meetings will be held. Speakers from Because WfcnUd to stay out of jll
Mrs. Johnson sets up as causes for a away have been secured. This will be1 t0 attend the weddln of a partlculai
petition, Intoloiable severity, iefus.il to on of ten event conventions to be belt friend Adam Orabaskl ot Rutland walve.1
support and adultery. On tile latter In New England during ths ncn eitht
cnnrgo Minn Ht.--.-tit !- named -.- . weeks.
uo-resnondi nt '." Mlvoncr prays liiaf To provide for the expenses a guaran-
she be allowed her maiden name, M ! tee fund of fl.OOrt must be raised by the ever, and will not appear at any mor
vlna IJ. Joi ,t.,'. ,.il mat hhn bo granted Meal llnancfl committee, although It Is public fuivtions for at lean tluct
alimony im the costa of htlnglng tlio, expected that not over one-half this sum months.
polilion anil tho (are o' herself, ns she is at all likely to he needed. Bach dele-j j-0r many jnn Mr. and Mrs. Net.
hub no means of support except uy lab-, ;" pa a regrtrniioii ico n. nni fon r 'rown rf Keene. N. H w ,
the formality of appealing for trial on an
lllsgal selllmr chars and jumped his
ball. H was roundsd up Monday, how-
! dollar, which will he his share of tho
Tim ciibc of Luola U. Powell exccutils general cMiense of the convention. If "no
vs. Fred Ballard, to leeovcr RWJ on book delegates should come, ns i,ecm possible,
nccuutus, wan tho other action entered,, the lax on Urn guai.mtors would bo b it
Thvto pat tics rcHlde in Milton. In a pleaj W-
tht plaintiff usks that the defendant
render to the plaintiff $1.0W. which Mho ppmP1srnFp, PATT
plaintiff is Justly duo from the defendant i-WJij CAKIJlilNiJijltO iSAiili.
us balance of book accounts between
them. The plaintiff further states that
ho defendant, though otten leiiuested,
1,h eer refused and still does refuse lo
bettlo and adjust the accounts afore
said, or lo pay the balance thereupon.
celebrated their gnleUii -wedding; ami -veraary
Monday, lived In this 8tat
Mr. Towne Is a native of Andover,
wheie he was born in 1 S 3 3. After bit
i marriage he was employed lu Man
chester, Montpeller ar.c" Thtford,
I moving to Keens In 1879, wh're foi
I the pat five years h has been en
vifunt.ft- In Wllllstoii, Ftldny. Jan.
to the pavement before these Improsised t 6ln 0f htart frlluro, liannon Nichols,
fire nets could be extended. ' , Hi
The biilldltig was perfectlv eoulppt-d 1
with fire escapes and nearly even- win- HOPIvlNS-in " c., mi
dow had n rope. These proved useless,
however, to the panic stricken shirt
waist makers. One man, instead of low
(line the rope and sliding down It,
Jumped from tho window with tho
nooso n his hands. He died with a frac
tured skull. Others had their hands burn
ed to the home by their rapid descent
on the i opes.
Reports that many ofiet had lit tholr
lives in the burned building wero dls
proved by the Hie marshal, who made
a caieful search of the ruins. The mone
tary loss Is tuO.oio.
U0&T0N BVTTBR MAH1CKT.
Roton, Jan. 19.
MTtGR-Steadv Xonliern :W'"M'i
irmWR-Sirori New Voik, lt'iiIWi
Wrmunt twins, h'JISc.
Il lido tho Hev. Herbert Mueller Hop
kins, second son of the Inte William
Cyprlen Hopkins and brother of Thro,
dore H. Hopkins of Burlington, Vt.
Burial In New v"rk. January 17.
OAKES-In J"cw York c"'- nt ,no
home of her daughter, Mrs. Leslie Fer
guson, Wednesday, January IV, Mrs, Dora
Carpenter, wife of Oeorge C Oakrs.
161 North St. , Ttl. 915
Calls Auansred Uay or Klht.
Concert, Music for ln..clnC nd F.unel, ! K"Sed In light gan1enl.nr. Mrs. Town
w.i MK Ahli i S.ira-nt of E.
Vn1 la.Nln- Una. tt il 1x1. I v
' " ' Orange.
An unusually large numbet attended i , ,,
..,, ,uti,,-i ft i,.(t ,v.--i i;,i-it,i,h in kiln
armory. The music, which was furnished
Tho following committee fur the annual
hophomoro hop hns been appointed: L.
J Abbott, R. O. Sawyer, R. It. Pierce.
K. A. Price, O, F. McMahon, Miss iiaker
nnd Miss dates.
Miss Duisy Knrlght, 'OC, has been ap
pointed an assistant In tho llh-r-ry In
place of Miss Barton, resigned.
A fund for the equipping of tho home
economics department is belns raited by
the University Alumnae club. This fund
was begun last spilng with the series of
lectures given under the auspices of the
club. Tho amount estimated as neces
sary Is fl.OOO, of which $7M has already
been secured, Tha subscriptions hawi
been mado not only by the local alumnae
but by tho alumnae scattered over the
country, and by several Interested
At a joint rehearsal of the Glee and
Mandoln clubs Monday ovcnlng the
following wero selected s members of
the clubs: Instrumental club, Helding,
loader; tlrst violin, Mi-M.ihnn; second
violin, Brewer, Baker, Hitchcock and
Kyinomls; llrsl mandolin, Andrews and
stargont; viola, Dune, flule. Krtio and
Tromblo; curnot. Tracy; piano, Poiiahuo;
(lice club, leader, Morton; tlrst tenors,
Root, Hitchcock and Murdoch; second
tenors, VSwIck, Sliep.irdson, Sawyer ami
llnnls; first bass, Roberts, Dalloy,
Smith and Stone; second bass, Fisk, Mc
Clelland, Dane and Dutcher. The rsader
ii Vtt, medic. Th clubj will glTe thlr
irel concert In 81 Al-mnt. on FtliUy e-Him.'
t; Thomas lepo'ti
that "2 deer weie killed or found deri
In Vermont In Pecember. Of the se n
- , A 1 rm.n.l t..l J
lent order and the concert which pr- "T ,uu"" " " . '"V';
ceded the dance, wa, an enjoyabl. ?ca- "nd ,vfru "''"" "X orders n warden
turo. Doin was the caterer and he fui-" ."'l01' T TZ '
mshed the lunch at Inlermlsslon at his1"'3- k " railroad tr. tin am I out
restaurant. The decorations of th. hall' wcr Med by dogs. Oo,;s k lie! one c, h
were tasief.iliv ,,mn,..i t-i, i. In SUntord, Shnftsbury. f-iior.lnni in-l
upon which the musicians were seated1 w"!it T"PMinm: railroad r.In. one ,n
was fringed with cedar nnd the remain
der of the hall was decorated with plants
and cut flowers. The prize waltz was
not competed for until a lale hour and
theicfoic could not be announced last
The committees lu clinrue mllow.
I'looi manager Chas, Roland, John II.
Dunn, 1st asst., Fred Rickey, :ud nst.
Aids William Lining, John Nolan,
Hon. Ctolncy, .las, Costello, Cicorge
(lokey. Andrew McCarthv. William I.ar
row, Fred Lynch, Frank Roland, Harry
Brooks, Henry P, Hocan, D. J. Perry.
Committee of arrangements John II.
Dunn. Chas, Roland, Fred Martelle, Vic
tor Fisher, Jos. H, Snyder, Wm. St,
Iritis, Richard rkilllvun, Peter B. Smith,
Alex Miller, Louis L. Lntour, Arthur
Smith, Janus Halloran, Fred Rickey,
Intioduc ion committee, fleo. LaFrance,
Fnd (lordon, John F. Sliaunlian, Chas,
Cote, Jerry Sullivan, Dumas Patetson,
Joj, Snyder, ilco, Lavallcy, Patrick
Moran, Chas, SeMnour, Owen li.
Murphy, Kdward Ouyotte.
I'XKirsiOMA Fill. I. OWN A COI.1I
but never follows the uie of Foley's
Money and Tar, which atopi the coujrh,
heals tho limits and erpels ihu cold from
your system. J. W, (TSiilllvan, :i Church
Dorset; shot, one c.-.rh in Arlington and
Cabot; Injured and onlcrcd Hllen, on
each In Newbury, Roxbury. Somerset,
South Itayoltmi, Sharon and Haflaml,
drowned, one each In Kdrn and Wood-bi-r.v;
found dead, one each in She'don,
Hltthgute. Fairfax, Cambrid';.v Hprlfi-d,
(liolon and liarre.
Wlnonakl SntliiB Hank Gained In As
sets and Surplus during- Year.
A meeting of the Incorporators of the
Wlnooskl Savings bank was held yestcr
duy nfternoon and the old bosrd of trus
tees re-elected, as follows: Ormond Cole,
Kmory C. Mower, O, P. Ray, C. 11. Bhlp
man, It. J. White, tl, 11. Catlln and F. E.
Higwood, The olllcers were also re
elected and they nre; President, Ormond
Cole; vice-presidents, Emory C. Mower
and O. P Ray; treasiuer, 11. K. Gray.
The past year has been one of contin
ued prosperity fur tha bank, Its assets
have Increased 59,i:.E.6 and It haa added
to Its surplus J10.-i22.lii, at th same tims
paying Its depositors -4,430.15, Which la
at tha rate of four per cent, per annum
compounded semi-annually. Tilers ia
every prospect that the rame rats will ha
paid in the future.