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rilK BURLINGTON FKEE TRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, FKIiRTARY 'J J, V.)h,
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from 8rtl Pnce.t classes rave a Washington toa pnrty Tuowlay evening. H. P. Miller went to Johnson Monday Miss Hilda. Plckson has leturnod from iriisbtirg, where she lias been for some nioiithB. Crows worn bicn lost Sunday and ulso during this wrtik, Mi 3. Herbert Rlod returned Inst week fiom Haverhill, N. H. where sho hna been visiting her oldest son. Mrs. UmiM Snow and daughter of Auburndalo, Mars,, lire expected noun to visit her father, Rodney Paul, who 1ms been finite .lrl:.- Last Thursday Oliver llecor with Hcerbert linglcy's big i,rcy horse drew the largest roads of loss ever hauled In lhls to n. tn the morning they drew l.Ifl feet of elm In 5 Iocs with the baric on: In Ihe afternoon they drew 2, tilt? feet nf homlorl: and biisswood In ten logs with the baric on. LOWELL. Town ineetluK Is called n! 10 o'clock, Tuesday March 1. -The adjourned meet 1 ,g of the hoard of chll authority will be held at the imvu house Saturday, Feb. K to revi.'.e the chock list.--P. 31. McGue of Fairfield was In tm i last wee',: on business. O. A. Barro ami 1311 Hlncs are the petit jurors from this town for the March term of court.--frank Flnnegan of JsVw York City Is visiting his father. John Finne-san. and other relatives. Mrs. 31 A Parker passed last week In Orleans with relatives, -Mis. T. M. RKeo won called to Newport Center the first of the week by the Illness of her mother, Mrs. JJturlln Donne. Frank Murphy Is homi for a visit at tho sanatorium at Pltts pirfl. Waller Wyman Is moving Into the 'r. tenement. Mrs. May Hlgglns has I. mo to Hnosburg Kalis. Mr. nnd Mrs. T Thoniston have gone to Morris- V 'e BRANDON. John .-. C.oss, formeilly of Brandon, but for many years a resident o Milwaukee, "Wis., died In that city, February 14, after o. short llliio'is with the grip, which ter minated in pneumonia. H was S years Of i pr-1. M . and Mm. Jerome Tennlen left Mon day for Boston, Miot , being called there by the .serious Illness of their son, Jerome, who was icently Injured by tailing from a load of lumber Judge 12, i). Cool has leased bis fatm to Edward ihaekett of Cornwall. Juromo Tennlen, Jr.. dlid Tuesdav at Mb homo In Boston, Mass. Mr Tennlnn's death was the result of injuries received by falling from a load of '.umber, thu trucks passim; over his chest. He Is sur vived by a wlfo and two young children, lie was formerly In the hack business here. The remains were brought hern last evening and the funeral will be held this morning at nine o'clock from St Mary's Catholic Church. Miss Cera Tal bot has been spending a few days In Bur lington. V. O. Hay Is able to be nil' lifter several weeks' Illness. Miss Mabel Hidlow has returned to New York, hav ing been the guest of Mr. nnd Mrr. B. '. Chandler Mrs. F. J. Bacon hns returned from a trip through the western States. Mr. Haroti Is expected this week. FORESTDALE. Mr.". F. J. Bacon returned bom" Mon day after 'a several months' absence in v,he West.--Mrs. Jennie Rlckert Is visit ing her sons lir Springfield, Mass. Before returning she will visit her daughter In Lnconta, N. II. Mrs. Lillian Eraser Is Biovlrs here from Castleton. She will live with her brother, Oliver UaFranee. The 'om.ii''"i Vtixlllary met with Mrs, George Song Wcdnesdiv afternoon. The next rieeting will be with Mrs. I, W. Horn. ilrs, Volnev linker Is visiting In Otnn tille, X Y. MONTPELIEB. (' H Ferrln, f-orgoant-at-arms, lost no time In making preparations for tho ventilation ef tho State llouso af ter tho contract was signed February 30. Jin bei;an Thursday removlriK the seats and carpet from tho bull of tho House of Ittpi esentatlves, petting )t l'Mdy. Tho Keneral scheme of Ventilation is by h sjstem of fans lo tated in a bulldlns: to be crecteil at the rear of the State House In which blower will be Installed. Noarly all tho rooms in the buildlntr with the ex ception of the executive chamber and anteroom will be ventilated. Tho con trait price was $21,039 Instead of $39, OK) ja stated In th Fre Press last woek. l.,waid J). Thomas and Miss Daisy '. P wn were married Wednesday Feb. M at the homo of Mr and Mis. H. F, I rown, parentH of tb bride, on 151m titieet The Ilev. Ward ft, CTark ofllclat d Mr and Mrs. Thomas did not tuke r. weddlns trip but went at or.e. to the liom of tha groom on North street. M. K. rfcr.lllo. cJtrlc of Washinfrton cog:'tv court, sent out Saturday to thu attorney' l.t the i.-ounty bar docket for the March term of Washington cminty Wirt which convenes Tun day, March 8, lurigu Fred M. Butler at Rutland prefcld Intr Thu civil docket contains Zlf cjji, t! e chancery docket 93, and tho criminal docket 31 rase. Of tho latter that of Btate. vs. Dsinotrlus MllaJes of Berre, 1 1 arged with the murder of Mrs. J. O. Maarott at Baire Hunday, JtxJy .'. Is the most Imporant. It Is uncertain, however whether this case will bo tiled us Mlkales Is now contlned In the Stuto hospital for tho insane at Watertmry tot observation, Chauncey Recor, the 17 years old lad, who wa caudht Friday evenlm? tapping th till In tho Farrar restaurant, was In city court Saturday charged with burK lary, Jlls ball wius f1xel at 00, which lio was tinabla to ralso and ho was re manded to Jail, This younif man has a bad record, lis waa on probation for an offonpe committed a year ao when ho broke Into a dressing room at the opera house and stole, several unall articles bo longing to Albino, the maslcian. Jt Is. frobablfl ho will first be sent to tho Htat Industrial school at "Verrcntics during tho remainder of hH minority for the offeruo for which he now stands convicted and on which ho wna out on probation, Tctt Brothers, clothiers In this city for reveral years, have dissolved partnership, Tho business In Montpollcr will bo con tinued by Harris Yett and Isaac YU will conduct a store In Bethel, B F. Btoddard of Kant Montpeller died Saturday at the homo of Mrs, It. W. Pucker, his daughter, on the Middlesex road, axed "0. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at one o'clock from the homo of Mr, Pucker, the Itev. Pr. ,T. IMward WriKht officiating Burial was In tho Cutler cemetery. Waldo II. Farrar, proprietor of tho city cafe, was opeiated on Saturday at Ileaton hospital for i-ppcndlcltls, It was not a. JUTLAND WASHINGTON complicated case and Mr. Fnrrar'n re covery Is expected, Tho completed check Hat for tho annual March election contains tho names of l.Sflfl voters. Michael Onvcn was commuted to Washington county Jail Montlaj from .lu Ice court at Hast Barro to serve. 72 days, lie having pleaded utility to knock ing down his wlfo and hitting hla r.hlld with a chair. The. 72 days In an alterna tive sentence for a fine and cots. Ilnw II. Oordon of tlita city haH brotiRht suit for divorce asnlnst II. M. Gordon now nf Tnwell, Mass., for Intolerahla severity and refusal to support. Oordon was formerly proprietor nf tho Field res tauinnt on Lanirdon street. A pleasing feature of the citizens' Iteneral caucus to nomlimto city of ficers except nldermcn and school com missioners, held Monday evening and attended by over 1,100 voters, was the entire absence of any bitter or un friendly fecllntr between candidates and tho complete obliteration of po litical and ioIIkIous linen. The prompt ness, too, with which each defeated candldato where theio was a contest moved to make the nomination of his rival unanimous was an assurance that no nomination papers will bo filed. A citizens' caucus In Montpeller means Just what the words Imply. It would be Impossible to Induce the voters of this city to return to political meth ods In nominating their olllcer.-. A candidate for mayor nomlnatlntr him self and final! . winning out against three competitors Is as indication of the harmony that prevailed at the caucus. Stato's Attorney Benjamin Gates Tuesday procured from tho clerk of Washington county court a mittimus for tho arrest of Mrs. 'Marietta Bo cottl of Barro whose residence In that city known ns 'Tho Dead lint" was raided Saturday nttornoon and a con siderable quantity of Intoxicating li quor wna secured. At the last Sep tember torm of Washington county court Mrs. I'ocottl pleaded cullty to eellltiB Intoxicating llcfuor nnd was sentenced to tho House of Correction nt Ilutlond. but f.be was placod on proba tion. The woman was arrested Tuesday afternoon and brought to Jail at Mont peller by Sheriff Tracy. The cases nfr-.lr.st Ar.selo Peamplnl and son, who are charrred with keep Ins: Intoxicating liquor at tho Ciranlte City club In Barre, came up Tuesday morning In Barro and wer continued until next Mondiy morning for a hear ing. At that time It Is said tho ac cused parties will waive examination and State's Attorney (Tateb will brim? the enses directly before tho March term of WnshlnRton county court. Attorney Gates Tuesday nolle prosed tho case brought December ",1 affnlnst Angus Mcl.enn of Wllllamstown on the complaint of Malcolm MoAuloy of Oranltevllle, v. ho charRed McLean with lllrrhwny robbery. McLean proved nn alibi to the satisfaction of Attorney Gat"s. Tho Ilev. Lucius F. lived, a former paator of Bethany Church In this city, who ti year nt:o went to Hyde l'ark, Mas to become pastor of a Concr eq-atlonal Church in that city hns tendeied his leMKnntlon. t'nder a severe strain In r.ils-liiK a larce fund for the erection of n new church Mr. Heed's health fitlei him and he went a short time afro to the 'unier home of his wife at Crete, Neb, to recuperate. Ho has recently been nd Mscd by his physician that he will not be able to do any work for many months and his re'lKnatlon as pastor of the Hyde Park church followed. Bosses and stone cutters allko re Juiced yesterday morning when the whistles on tho pranlte sheds In this city and Barre sounded nt seven o'clock. The sheds In this city re opened with about two-thirds the us ual force and more men will bo nut on as roon .as the sharpeners have tools readv for their use. The Northtleld manufacturers conceded to the cutters their demand that the pneumatic bush hummer should bo put asldo In the sheds there until the hammcis should bo suitably equipped with dust re moving devices. In all the other sheds in this county they will be used In - in II and May where tho stones on '' h they are used are thoroughly sprinkled, and after June 1 they must he equipped with a satisfactory dust device. The T'nlon Granite company of Wnterbury signed tho bill Inde pendontly. The G. It. Blanchl Granite company of this city which broko away from the Barro Granite Manu facturers' association bhortly after the lockout was declared and has slm-o kept Its men at work, has applied for readmlsslon to the Barre association. It Is probable this will be granted un der certain conditions. The cutters will be obliged to nurse poro hands for a few days. Notwithstanding tho inclement weather thn ttondance yesterday at the opening session of tho annual musical convention at Hast Montpeller was Kratlfylngly large, A rehearsal was held In the morning and concerts were trlven In the afternoon nnd even ing. Dancing followed tho concert last evening. Tho ladles of the Kast Montpeller Grange are servlntr dln-r.c-j, and to-day will furnish a chicken pie supper. The funeral of Albwt Housn will b held this afternoon at one o'clook from his lato homo in Berlin, the Kev. Donald Fraser ofliclatlnif, and burial will bo In tha cemetery at Berlin Corner. Mr. House died Tuesday afternoon of general debil ity, Kd 86 yearn. H was born In II llumstown but had lived nearly all his life In Berlin. Six years ago he and his wife elbrated their golden wedding an niversary. She died three years ago. Ho Is survived y ono brother and two sis tars. Tho Montpoller branch of the frr.mltn cuttsrs International union has elected the followln officers for tho year ensu ln: President, Fred Connors; lce prestdent, Joseph Hlir.l; corre.pondli,i secretary, Andrew J. Staples; llnanclal secretary, M. H. MoKenna; treasurer, John O'Malley; delegates to the Central Labor union convention, Michael McMa hon, H, M. Menard, Dolphoncso OHijney. A new lodo of the New Rngland Order of IToteo.tlou with 65 charter membeis nas organized In Montpeller Tuesday 'evenlriK with the following ollicers; War den, Merrill Jtussell; vice-warden, Mis. Albert Comstock; secretary, Mis. A. A. Gove; tlnanclal bccietary, J, 1'. Water man; chaplain, Mrs. Harry Mcintosh; guardian, Mrs. 1'. W, Bailey; dentinal, Harry Mcintosh; trustees, I', w. Bailey, A. A, Gfive, Kly Goddard Smith. Tho lodgo wan Instituted by Frank ,. Hlco and Frederick T. I'eabudy of Boston, su preme warden and past supteme warden. The wedding of Hnrry Dudley of Hast Montpeller and Mlsa Sivdle Frederlckson occurred Tuesday evening at tho homo of the bride, In I'lalnfield, The groom Is In the employ of tho American Ilxpresa company In this city, II. J. M. Jones was called yesterday to lCbensburgh, Pa,, by the death of hla mother. MORETOWW. Tho foreign inlfHnntiiy society met wtlh Mis. II. O. Ward. Tuesday nftei noon. Will Somcrvlllu of Stowo and l;lla Somervlllo of Burlington called nn friends In town Sunday. Miss Berths. Griffin of South Fayston U visiting at I. S. Austin's. Miss Maud Johnson of Montpeller was nt homo over Sunday, Miss Maggie Griffin Is visiting In Water-btiry.-iF. II- Johnson and H. K. Austin were In Wnltsfleld Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kingsbury of WnltBfleld visit ed at M. M. linUo's Sunday. WATERBURY CENTER. There will bo a donation at the Metho dist vestry r.oxt Friday evening for the benefit of the p.istor, Itev. V, U. Slzor. -.Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Watts wero In Burlington one day Inst week. Mrs. Ad dle Mansfield went to Shelburno Satur day. Mrs. llitrwood of Barro was at Martin Dllllnghnm's Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hucln of MorrNvMIe spent Sunday at C. 1 1. Sti'VcnsV. L. W. Dow wna In Boston on IiusIiicsh hist week -Clarence Sargent of Warren was nt John Davis's Inst Tuesday. V. A. Pllllnghum uis In Barre ono day last week. Agnes Dow spent Sunday with her mother, Mis. Ttosa Dow. WAITSFIELD. The ladles' Aid will serve a dinner In their dining room March meeting dav. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dowlnr returned to ISnsl Montpeller Monday. I Inrold Flske and William Grnes spent. Inst week In Burlington. wheie they attended a farmers meeting. The Itev. nnd Mrs. W. A. Bemcle spent several days In Mont peller Ihe' week. C. F. Kent visited In Muntpeller last week. Tho Gentlemen's club realised M4 from tholr entertainment and supper lust Tuesday evening. - Perry Jo-dln hns ni''hed his agricultural coins at Burlington and leturned home. Miss T, Blanche Mi Mllster has eomplotcd her selim-it in Dast Montpeller and returned home for the spring vacation Mr. and Mrs. I'. M Dana were In Randolph Inst week to attend the ftmer.il of Mrs. Dana's mother. MAESHFIELD. Tho town auditors met Wednes day at tho vlll.igo fc.-hool bulldlng.-Tlio Stars played the return same of banket 1'hII at I'eachum Friday night. Tho scoro was 19 to R In favor of the Marsh ileld team .1 L Severance, who bus been ill, K better He and his wife hnvo gone to live with thei,- daughter Mrs. Wnnun Fltleld. II. i Boyles lias had a "light shock. Mr Bovles, -Alio lives with his daughter. Mis. George Porter, Is over 'O years old -Nelson Ga nf Alout lieller was tho guest of F. II. Tanner Ut ueek. nicnnor Cole of Burro visited her Pirem over Sunday. WORCESTER. Mrs Alonzo Parsons nf Middlesex Is ver. low with consumption .i- the home of her pr rents. Mr and Mrs. Clark Holmes llrr brothers, IMwurl and Irv ing, nre witli her and another brother. Henry, who liven n Maine, is expected Tuesday or Wi-dncsday Mrs. William Huriill continues to fall -Paul Itlehard on Is quite III with ti.nsillils.Mrs. Clark Dotey is vNltlng a sister In Hast Mont peller. -Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Curtis of Hninpdilro Mill nre visiting relatives in Huntington this week. MIDDLESEX. W. C. White, having closed the gram mar school In the village has gone to Putnatnville to finish out a term of school of five wepks. Mr. and Mrs. George Sallna of Burlington were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moulton. Ira Johnson started Friday night for Washington, D. C, to meet his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Word on her homeward trip rrom Georgetown. S. C They are to spend n few days in Washington nnd make .several other stops en route, ex pecting to arrive home Sunday night. Seven two-horse teams from Craftsbury were in town last week delivering sugar utori'lls to the farmers N. Berry has sold his expiess route from Montpeller to Waterbury to J. F. Guyer of Mont peller- N. Heiry has bought the wood and sawdust bushier of J. F. Guyer of Montpeller. The Home Circle will serve a fish chowder supper In the vestry of the Methodist Episcopal Church Friday evening. Feb. 2.'. An entertainment will be furnl-bed hy Mrs Lang and her mandolin and banjo club of Montpeller. Mr and Mrs. L. u. Wlldei were in Ran dolph InM week to nttuid the funeral of Mrs Wllder's mother. EAST WARREN. V. c Heath and wife were In Ran dolph Saturday and Sunday. 1ester Lnrnb spen,t t-evera! days In Randolph and Bethel the p,it week -J. L. Mc Glaflir, was In Northfleld Monday. Mrs. Laura Stoddard Is quite 111. - 12. A. Heath Is soon to move to the tinmo he has pur "based In Randolph. -Mrs. Randa Ray mond has returned fiom Wnltsfleld, where she has been for several weeks caring for the sick -Walter Noyes of Montpeller Is visiting at James Ixivett's. SOUTH WOODBURY. Miss l'dlth Dawson, who has been at tending school in Cabot, has roturned home. Nellie Goodell has been qulto 111 the past week. A handsome monument was sot In the cemetery on Monday, In the lot of Frank Angell-Mrs. Andrew Lyford Is rapidly falling. Her daughter, Cora Benjamin of Montpeller, In caring for her. A daughtei was born Teh. IS, to Mr, and Mrs, Cbiirld Cadv, -Marlon Wheeler and Xulma Gundell, who han been at home Iroin Johnson normal school, returned on Tnesdaj WATERBURY. Mr and Mrs. William Ferris, Jr., are rejoicing over the birth of u daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Pierce have re turned from Huntington, whero they at tended thu golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Henry llerce - pi. ai.d Mrs. W. L. Wuenon left yesterday noon for a two weeks' vacation, most of which will be spent In Washington, D C Miss Grac: Van Hoiiichoton, who has been tho guest of Mis. B, It. Denierillt for a mouth, left for her homo In New York city yes teiday. Mi Thomii- H. Cave, Jr , and child! en nf Bane are visiting In town -Tire Twenty-Five club held their regular meeting Monday overling. Dr, Wasson rave a very Interesting paper. Mrs. John Root has opened her home In tho village, Charles Root has returned fiom Florida, Ten of tho night nurses from the hos pital enjoyed a rldo to Stowo yesteiday, having supper at the hotel there. Kd ward Cullen haa moved Into one of Mrs. Spenser's houses on Wlnooskl street.- A Jolly crowd of Vermont girls celebrated Washington's birthday with a , ride to Stowe, The riunibets of the Junior League went for a ride to Middlesex, Tho ladles' union lurid their retrulnr meeting at the parsonage Tuesday after noon. This being Mrs. Kellogg's birth day, an appropriate piece uf silver woa left, The Ladles' Aid met with Mrs. M. II, Moody yesterday, Miss Sabln has ro turned to the hospital after two weeks' vacation. The Vermont GlrlH will meet with Dorothy Nixon Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Boeker of Providence, R, I,, were guests of August Boeker over Sunday. Quaiantlnn has been removed from the homes of J, O, Hnsklns and William Woodard Tho Ilyapatla elub will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs, D. u. joneg. w. ,T. Jledmond ban W" ' heating and plumbing business to O. L. Ayers. Mr. Hedmond lias accepted tho position of engineer In Boyco A Perkins's mill In Fayston. The granite sheds open- ea yesreroay morning. WINDSOR WHITE RIVER JUNCTION. Frank n. Cftrron of this placo was brought before Justice Dnrrah Saturday charged with stealing a watch from G. W. Orne's repair shop some two weeks ago, Carron with a number of other Hal Inns was In tho store nnd after they had gono Mr. Otno missed tho watch. Satur day morning It was brought In or repair and was recognized nnd traced back trhough various holders to Carron. He wan found guilty and fined V ""'1 l'n?ts- A very enjoyablo banquet was given nt tho Hartford Tavern Tuesday aft ernoon. About 62 were present, In cluding people from Hanover, N. It.. West Lebanon. N. II.. Woodstock, White River Junction and Hartford. After the banquet speeches were In order, former Governor S. F. Plnsree being the opening speaker. Other speakers were Dr. Lord of Hanover, Rev. Mr. Swift of Woodstock and Professors Foster. Bl'hee, Barllctt nnd Richardson of Hanover, N. H, Among those present was Dea con G. H. Dana of West Ihsnor. whoe lath birthday It wes, mention of this fnct belnn mad- by ex-Gov. Plngree, who ranked next among those present . regarded ao. Three vocal selec tions were rendered by Mrr. Swift of Woodstock. BETHEL. Mr. and Mrs John W. George are 111. Vivian Thomas Is recovering from an attack of rheumntlc fever. - Francis W Wright wilt move this week from South Royalton to the Mnrston block. The check-list for the town meeting con tains MI names. There are only 21 de linquent taxpayers. Mrs, Alfred Parrot returned Saturday from r. welt's stav with her husHand In Icomhistcr, Mnr. Mrs. Jane Pecor retuni'd Saturday 'o Charles Come's after sp"ndln,T everal months In Oranvlll. -Mb-s Marion W'l son, a reader, assisted by scleral slnceis from the high school, gave a plmilng entertainment nt the town hall Thuisday evening, for the benefit of the travel fund of the senior class -Roy I. Stearns wn.s hre Saturday from Springfield, to see his parents - Aurlce Perkins hn1 re tnined from a few days' visit In Spring field. M.-The warning for town meeting contains only the eusloninrv articles. A town tax of Jl.rA Is recom mended and n school tax of 7T rents. The expected cot to the town of f.O") as its rhare of abolishing the Flndlay bridge crossings accounts for the Incie.ise In the tax asked from $1 to Jl.'i", -Mr. ami Mrs. W. G. Brook.. of Waterbury, Conn , are at A. B. Brooks's. -Miss I.ola Sar gent, teacher of the Lymptis school, hns gone to her home In Glover. Pupils of the town district schools who had a perfect record of attendance for the year were Howard Bnllentlne, Gerald Bowen, Florence Buck, Hrmn Foster, George Reynolds nnd Dorothy Spooner, A Central Vermont railway snow plow was derailed Saturday on a siding at this station by the collapse of a wheel Carl D. Cushlng and his daughter, Mnry. are In Boston. Mrs. James Chamberlln has returned from Chicago, after several months absence In the West. Hon. Augustus P. Hunton, nestor of the Vermont bar, fonner speaker of the Ver mont House of Representatives, and eld est male resident of Bethel, completed Wednesday his Clth year. Several of ills friends called and congratulated him. finding him In good health and spirit, lie has a good memory of events near and remote and enjoys reading both stan dard and cm rent bcok". He expects to Im present and ote at town meeting as usual this year. He was luin In Grotnii, N. H., moved to Hyde Paik two years later, with his parents, Dr. Ariel Hunton and Polly fPlngry) Hunton. He began pi police in Bethel soon after hN admis sion to the bar, and has practised here seventy years, actively until a few years ago. He was fim chosen representative by tho town In ISP and wa.s re-elected four times, the last time In ImU. He was lu-slslcd In receiving his friends by ids daughter, the wife of William B. C. Stlckney. His sister, Mrs. Man' (Huntonl Parker resides here. An engine on the Bethel Granite railway became derailed at a switch near the Woodbury quarry Tuesday evening. A wreck train went to the scene that evening nnd In about five hours gut It back on the rails. A snow shoelng pnitj of nine clerks from the Borton office of President Porker, of the White River railroad, were here and i.t Rocheste- last week and returned Mon day morning I'.. B. Hills of Northfleld wan here Wednesday.--Tho Rev, Simon F. Goixlliart of Whiting pi em bed at the Congregational Church Sunday morning and evening and again on Tuesday even ing, when he held a service lu honor of Washington's birthday. ROCHESTER. Alstlno Paiineuter Is very low as the result of n shock which took place on Friday morning. -On Tuesday, Feb. a, a rnllitnrv drama "lighting for Fieedom" was given lu the G A. R. hall under the auspices of the Sops of Vi'teirns. Miss Forn L)on has returned from the Msry Fl Metier hospital. -In the basket ball game between Randolph and Ro chester held Friday evnlns, the Roches ter team won by a Rood margin. Mis. Emily Storkwell and Ml" Suan StoeU well left town on Tuesday foi Southern Pines. N. C, where they will spend tho lemalnder of the winter. TAFT FULLY APPROVES COURT INJUNCTION BILL Washlntgon, I'eb. 23. .pre.ddent Taft has given full olllclal endorsement to the court Injunction bill presented In tho House by Representative Moon of Pennsylvania. The President has ad diessed Mr. Moon n letter, In which he says: "I have examined the bill pre pared by you In respect to the proco duro to obtain In the federal courts In tho matter of Issuing preliminary Injunctions and retraining otders, I am glad to say that It seems to me to he In exact compliance with the plunk In the republican platform. I sincerely hop0 that this bill will bo promptly passed without amend ment." AGITATOR GF.TS FOUR V BARS. Paris, Feb. 23-Gustavc llerve, the antl-mllltary ngltntor, editor of the re volutionary organ, Guerra Soclalo, was to-duy sentenced to four years Imprison ment for Inciting to murder and glorify ing crime In an article praising the npacho, who killed a policeman Ins' month. FOUNTAIN I'HtVS AT Fit 1110 IMIKSH GRAIN AND PRODUCE, New York, Feb. 23. FLOUn-Recelpls 11,141; shipments cm WHHAT Receipts OT.IO0! ahlpmonts IV DSfl; spot atendy. There was n nervous market In wheat nnd prices wero lower under foreign sell ing, lower cables nnd quiet cash markets although the unfavorable crop news dis couraged aggressive selling. The tnntket closed H to 't.o net lower. Mny closed JI.21X; July closed JI.12V,. CORN Receipts 2tVi,750; shipments 11, fi0; spot weak. Option market wan with out transactions closing "(, to 'fee net lower. May closed 7oo; July 7,c; Sept. 7fi')e.. OATS- Receipts 105,7.71; rhlpments X1, Spot ".tendy. Option market was without tram-actions closing mt lower. St'GAR Raw linn; centrifugal fl tout ?l."0; molasses sugar Pi Ki; refined stendv. COFFKfT The mnritet for coffee fu tures opened sto.ulv at tiiiclinni d prices to a decline of n points which wan In about In line with the Fieiich market. W ith tn. norrov the first notice day for March oontrtrts, business was Inigelv In the way of switching from that position to laltr months hut nt 'he nremlus paid for the later positions were not "un-lent lo furnish n carrvlng charge It look") as If trade Inleiests were waiting to ai opt de liveries. Kurniiinn Inn rests were inoilcr nto sellers tor the i n, i unit Iih ami theic vn r.ome oi!'tcs 'rg "quldatlon which wna ebsoilied nt i.tnciitnllv Hm Initial tleures. The milker cIo-m' tedv net un changed to f, point' lower. Sales were reported of ,"1,?V bars Including 12.oim bags. Fob, Vi.:C. Mntch tK.'.'Ti: April K.; Mny 7 1; June 7 IS; .lulv 11.20; Aug. ?7.1H: Sept. f 7.1.1: Oct t7.M: Nov. Vhv- tit-d Jan J7.I0. Spot stendv, No 7. V: No. I Santos S'tfifi'ic; mild quiet; Cordova. !''si 12'ic CHICAGO PRODI'CH MARKET Chicago. Feb. SI. U Hr;VT May H-HH; July il.OW, : Sept. Jl M. CORN--May Wr; July M'4c; Sept. M ?c. OATS May 45:,c; July IIV: Sept. M e. PORK Mny t23.Sf: July J2.12t4. LARD May H2.S714: Jr.h il2.7H- itms-Mav .U2. "'i;; July ?i:.". RVH Cash i (sj, , Mo;, M.-, BAHLnV Cash 03f(7Je. T1MOTI1V -March U.V CI.OVFR- March f If rr, RYK-No. 5, SHrSlV-c; fed or mixing hin ley, C2'(i'V,'1.c; Irdi- to eholep malting, FLAXSHKDNo. 1 sc.iithwestcrn j.Mft; No. 1 northwr-stf n f.2 'J. TLMOTH V Seed .t.l.'i-VTM.fo. CLOVKR-513.M-.. MFSS PORK- fp. r 1.1.1 ) S2.17'i'ri2l LARD (per W lbs.) J12!i". SHORT RIBS-Siees i.pp) JlI.lI'-i'T 12.I..'M. SIDI!5 -Short clear (boxedi B-Tiliilf,. GRAIN STATISTICS. , Total cleai-,-itice of iicat Mid flour were equal to 12V'i b'l. Primarv rerelpm were 13,10 bu. corrp.iied with tol 0ut bit. thu correspondlnu' ih.y -i year .iiio. Hsti mnt'.ft receipts foi to-i.-or i ow; Wheat 17 cars; corn o2T, cars; oats J"t en's, hog, isi head. Bl'TTICH Steady, creameries, 20r(r,'V; dairies, 2K(2Sc. EGGS Firm lit mark, receipts 17.5J cases; i ases Included IfiftSic; firsts 21'ic; pilme tlrst-s. 2.1"v'. CHKKSH- Steady, dairies IC", 17r ; twins, liiurniljo. ; roontr Amei 1. as, lfiVif! ICHc. ; I.oiir Horns, lfiUfiirc. POTATOKri-Steadv. chob e to fancy, 10 flllc; fair to pood, ZftfiSsc. POFLTRV StionR, turkeys, 17c; chick ens, 17c. springs. 17c. V10AL- Steady, ,V to CO lbs. wts. vijne.; fto to :, lh. wis : PfJIOc. ; v5 to lie lb. wts. 1C-iG1c. LnrE STOCK' MAKK3T. Nfu Vork, reb. 21. UnnvF.S-Rerpipt - ':,:r,; market firm: steers S"-iii; 7: bulls ?i.nrr, ti, mws !;'.7.'.'ofi.0i. Lxports live (.tirle .m.l J.I .'iar- ! ters of hfef. CALVES Reci Ipts V.t77; mark. stcadv. ' Vfnls Mrllc. baimnrd oih.s !..".: wesi-I rrn C'lb'ex jr..l.",. I S11HKP AND LMI'- Receipt- T.Tir.: j market sienclj, s! .-p Si v., culls ). ' vcarilnq- 7.c,(..h. ,,: , i, ,. ,m1,s I 1l.:"fp :.. j HOGS- Receipt 1'.::". ii iik.t strum; nt I 54 .ifi.Mi. j NKW YORK C()TT"N M-M'NKT. I I New York, Feb. 2.1 i'-iti,.ii i .'i.ies op ened steady Feb. 13. 'v bid M.-'h 1R!W:f Mav 14.01; .Inly 13 Vs. A'.i; V. ). Sept ! 12 72; Oct. 12. 1,1; Nov. 12 15 l.'.l. Dee. 12 is , Futuies c!o-il Hteiidv t'lulin- ..ids- Ffh. , 1X7i; Mnich 1.1.",7: April 13". -May IS W; , June I'l.lfl; Jub 1.17.1; A hit !i 1 ept. ; 12..1U; Oct. 12.2.1; N'ov. 1.1'.;, w 12 ... j POT Ci TT )N M 11 U I"1'. New Yoik, I"f,h. H-Cotton spot -losed quiet 40 polnis lower, iinddlint uplards H.1U; do trul f M.f.1, sa i s 1. .'.'( biles, j BOSTOJ.' COPPER MX'tl'F" Boston, Fib !fi!-Tr ullna 1 - 1 : " ' j stoclts was ijt.'rt In t'u Ji.cal n nl."t o- . day. The clo, dull and ..iiv. i BOSTON Bl'TTER MARKET j Bovio l-'.-'i. 2::. j BFTTEP. I'lichangcl. No! 1 1 . -n . 1 3, western r'uXPuc. CHEESE New olk, 1SH'nl''c, Vi.r"iu twins is'.jls'vi. THE BURLINGTON MARKETS. The local minUels contln.i. in a Stuto of .ipntliv Theio i but Utile h.ume In inv of the cominodille'i itii ! Eusifi and butter remain the sime The wholesale iiuotatloiiM ,-i.i below ate furnished Ihe Free Picks bv C. A. Barber for ckkh, butter and p.itntoes and the remainder by I. A. Cha.-ir. The let.ill liiici's are furnished by C. A. I.'irbcr. L. A. chase, the l;urllnton Fruit coinpiuy and Jones ,Vr Isipini. WHOLKPALE PRICE.X Butler ."2 Beef, dressed Wi. . lo'-,i thickens .2" Flesh eKus, doz ,", .110 Hons .1' ; Lambs .HI Mutton .12 Potatoes, bush 13t,K RETAIL GROCERIES. Dry beans, o.t .u Berts, lb ,03 Butler, sepatiitor, creamery, .3 CnbhiiRe, lb ,,. ,03 Carrots, lb 03 Cauliflower, lb ,o Celery, bunch , 031J.ir. Cheese ,j2 N'eufchatol cheeso ,07 Cie-im cheese, each ,i;i I'hlcoo ,;'o Edam cheeso, each ji.eg Escirolle i.aHf, do?. ,s-, Flour, bread, bid fH.".lUV.ro t.'lour, pastiv, bid Vj-PiWiJiI.' l.cttiuc, Boston ball head 1WM5 Letlucc. home Krown, head,,.. ,03 r H. W. ALLEN & CO. . (HUR special exhibits of j. uurics win oe seen 1 aisle of our store and in i. nunc exhibits are attracting the attention or a great many people who prepare for their Spring and Summer wants at this time of the year. Among the foremost fabrics we would call attention to the W m. Anderson Zepliyr vhich leads the list of Aash Fabrics, not only for Sprinti, 1910. but for all it is light, adaptable to fashions, made of the best yarns, represents the best dyes fast colors the best loom work. Suits the wants of every house hold f rom father to baby, for it is shown for all sort;- of Costumes and Dresses and Waists, and for Shirts and Pajamas for the grown-up and the small boy. The seasons colors are all represented in Plaids, Checks, Stripes and Plain Goods, in new combinations, and not one of them can be dimmed by proper tubbing. "Ihe WM. ANDERSON ZEPHYR gives you service. Its value is beyond criticism. !! 5 inches wide 32 inch es wide Cotton Poplin with tbc lustre of silk, a beautiful fabric for Sum-met- Gowns, including all the leading shades, rose, lavender, Delft, blue, wisteria, light blue, catawba, navv, champagne, black and white. Width 27 inches, price 35 cents egrade Galatea ClotKs In g'reot variety of styles in plain colors, stripes, dots, etc. Used for Waists, Suits and Children s t Wear. Width H. W. ALLEN & CO. Maple Siinr, lb 103.13 Mince mt-.it. lb .15 Maple" Svrup. i:al H.25 Olive Oil, cabon 3-00 Onions, Spanish .08 Onions, lb ,M Paisley bunch ,55f.10 Potatoes, pk .17 Roquefort cheese, lb .W Pne Cheese, ib .12 Rulsc chees-e. lb .35 RETAIL MEATS. Beef, roast, lh lDTi.25 Chk-keiih, lb ,:s Oiicks. lb .25 Fov Is, 11) .2T, H..H1', lb .13 1 1. ue-. sliced, lb .IS Lamb Chops, lb .25 !.mb. foiwaid ipiurter, lb... Limb, leus ,22 Lamb, Hud qirarter, lb .20 Leaf Laid. Ib .13 Pork CNips, lb U3.1S Pork RoiiHt. lb 15fi.l3 Pork 'li. ps .20 Pork I.jin .20 Pol ler house steak, lb .23 Round Stnik, ib .13 Sirloin steak, Ib 203.22 SmK Pork, lb .16 "'li.e, Ib .10 Till ke; s, II) .S3 RETAIL GRAINS. Reans, bu R00g1.50 Bran, cwt SI. .101711.60 Coinmeal. cwt Jl.eOfl.Ji. so llnv, billed, cwt ll.OOfTluo I Inv. Ioofc, ton (lCff $19 Hepfeid, mixed, cwt t1,S& MiddlliiRS, cwt Jl.rrXuj:i.G3 "ills, bu 5Sff.i!0 "at straw, baled, cwt .76 11-0-, endor, No. 1 cwt 51.Si3Jl.V Pioven.k-r, No. 2, cwt Jl.70-iiJl.7o Poultry wheat, cwt J2.20 RETAIL FRUIT, Apples, pit 401T.75 B-mutias, do?. 153,2i Red i-aii.'nns, do? SOtf.SO i 'tanbei i ies, il ,o Dales, lb 10.jj.15 Flss. Jnis 20'iT.ld Fresh tU.s, lb 13.20 drupes. Malaga, lb 15i,20 (Jrnpo fruit, each- lOff.20 Mivid nuts. Hi lt"4r,25 Lemons, ib;! ,30 Navel oruimes, do::. .- , ,2fljf.50 Peai-H, dox SOfi.f.1) Pin' apples 2.fl.W .Si.tiiumn orantcs, doz ,Z6 T lUKcrlnen, doz .25 Tablu inlslns, lh , 20IT.C0 KEGKOES TO START A MILL ALL TEEIR OWN IHiih.im, N. C, Feb. 23.-Wlthln tho if' xt few weeks a lio.ei mill, built bv ni'iio labor with negro capital and which will bo operated ontirnlv by negroes will ..pen tor ouslness here, with a capitaliza tion of $,V,iio. Most of the capital haa I . en supplied by John Men Irk, a negro, who beunn life as a haiber, and R. B. FltBKiiMld, reputed to bo the richest negro in .South Carolina. He Is-gan life I nuking bricks. The factory bus been built by the negro in oplo of llaytl, a suburb of Imrham. It was deslitned by n negro .nehltei I nnd nil the work upon It was .Line by negroes. Tho building Is owned by n negro lnmratu-o company and the nporatlnif company will bo eoinpie-ed largely of the tamo men. Hosiery will be tho sole output. The mill will begin on a small basis and will operate at tho start only ten ma chines. "Loom cluillgo" loaches Its highest effi ciency whin Invented In classified adver tising otton serving to "capitalize" some small business vcntillo. beautiful Wash Dress to - aay in rne center main our large display windows. time. Why? B ecause Price 25 cents Price 35 cents 30 inches, price 15 cents. r L VERMONT NOTES Charles Ij. HodRes of Randolph Center has oeen appointed by Governor Prouty resident commissioner for the Randolph Normal nchool. The Klrd weddlns anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. HIrajn F. 'Wyman of Spring field was obsen-ed Wednesday. Each Is SI years of age. At a cost of JG.OOO a two story an rex has been completed at tho Randolph sanatorium, nn elevator Installed and a modern sterilizing outlit added to t i tquipmorit. Harry Armstrong, colored, and Mat ew Smith, Rocklnpliam farm hands, we fitrbtini? Tuesday when Armstrong ' I Smith over the head with a club, layioc ! his scalp open. He waa taken to p-a Keene hospital. Armstrong escaped. ConsreRsmRn Plumley has Introduced a bill milking an additional approprlarlon of J:0,oai for tho completion of work on the federal building In Barre. The orig inal appropriation wu for J0,000, which was supposed to cover the cost of tha structure and the site. Guy I. Heme of Danville has received an appointment J eoond lieutenant tn the regular army and haa been asltrnet to the 13th reiflment of infantry'. He wi I report at Fort Banks, near Boston. March 5, for tnvnuportatlon to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where his rec -ment 1 located. Mr. Howe is a praduate of Peacham Academy and Norwich T'n' vcrslty In the class of 1900, where he won highest military honors. PUBLIC SKSSIOJi OF I'OMOXt (illAXCR The next meeting of C. F. Smith, Po mona Orange, will bo held at Ferley's hall, Bnosburg Falls, Saturday, Feb, 26. In the afternoon Prof. J. U H1IU, dlr: tor of tho Vermont agricultural experi ment station, will deliver an address on "Why the Farmer Should Become Bet ter Instructed In Regard to BcJntifte Fertilization," after which the following subjects will bo presented: "Profitable Economics of lAbor In the Household," by Mrs. J. K. Montaru! and "How I Expect to Make the Finest Maple Sinrar and Synip Produced In Franklin Coun ty," by thu lecturer. Music wtll b pro vided by tho combined Oranga chorus, 'ed by W. H, Yaw and there will be vocal solos by Miss Mary Jan Arm strong, of West Berkshire, and M1ss Hekn Olds of Baat Berkshire. This ea slon will be public KOVNT.UN PKNS AT FIIEI3 mKSS. HOWLED LIKE INSANE MAN WHEN SENTENCED Bridgeport, Conn., Feb, 23 Joseph M.nok of Indian Orchard, Mass., ami Hartoul I.askl of Ludlow, Mass., were found guilty by a Jury In the criminal superior court this afternoon of crimes growing out of the ewtlcemerit to Fair field nnd the throwing down n well thfre of Anr-le Masklll of Ludlow, Mass., whom Marok had married three days before at Haitford, Marok was sentenced to from 25 to .10 years for assault upon the woman, live years for stealing 1700 from her and fivo years more for highway rob- bery, Laskt got from ?0 to 25 years on the first charge, three years on the theft charge and two years for hlnrhway robbery, Marok broko down com pletely when sentenced and was car ried down stairs to a cell, howllnt llko nn Insano man.