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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1310.
CITY HS In probate court Friday In tho es tate of Ira Allen. Into of Wlnooskl, CI. K. Allen was appointed administrator. In probate court yesterday In the es taU of Harriet F. Arthur the will was Hied and a hearing was not for July 14. H. K. Darling of Chelsea, county clerk f Orange county, Is being treated for WPendlcttls nt the JInry Fletcher hos pital. Mra. Miller, mother of Mrs. D. J. Rapp, who formerly leelded In this city, died en June 18 at her home In Qutncy, III., Wr. and Mrs. Rapp, who reside In Spring field, Mafia., are now In Qulncy. Miss "Winifred M. Collins of Brookes avenue will sail for Europe next Tuesday n the steamship Hamburgh, fine will lour the continent and the British Isles, returning about the first of September. In probato court Tuesday In tho es tate of T. B. Tyler, late of Went ford, J. '1. Macombcr was appointed administra tor and O. J. llobnrt and John Allen ippralrers and commissioners. Frank Burdo of this city and Miss Mary V. Hyde of Cambridge were mnr Jlcd yesterday in tho Methodist Church t L'ndcrhlll by tho Itov. W. II. Stur rcss, In spite of the almost constant rnln of the past few weeks, tho water In the lake Is lower than It was last year at this time. This is because of the gradual manner In which the snow loft the hills nd mountains. In probate court on Saturday tho will run allowed In the estate of William Zott man, late of Burlington. Mrs. Mary A. Kottmann was appointed executrix, and T. J. Flynn and Herald Stevens appraisers ind commlsMoneis. Dr. C. H. Beecher will leave Saturday from Montreal on tho steamer Canada Tor a three months' stay abroad. He will travel on the continent, but wilt spend tnost of tho time studying In Vienna in Iho hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells and Dr. J. D. Tanner, who sailed from Bremen June ?th on the steamship Kronprlnzessln Cecillo. arrived in New York Tuesday. They aro expected home In a few days ind will s-pend the summer In Burlington. Charles Wcymarth and Arthur Steb blns wore arraigned in city court on Saturday, charged with Intoxication, and iaoh was fined $r, and co3ts. Weynmrth paid and Stebblns stated that he hoped to pay. The alternate sentence Is ten days Jn jail. State Deputy P. K. McAullffo of the ! Knights of Columbus has appointed tho I following district deputies for the mm. Ing year: District No. 1, D. T. Donnelly tf Montpeller; district No. 2, E. Q. Mo Clellan of Rutland; district No. S, James "osgrove of St Johnsbury. The case of Mary K. Mitchell of Bur lington versus John Mitchell, where abouts unknown; petition for divorce, was entered Thursday in the office of the county clork. The grojunds alleged aie adultery, intolerable severity and deser tion. R. P. ClarkFon, Instructor In mechanical tnginecring nt tho University of Ver mont, left Tuesday for Washington, D. where he has a position in the United States patent office. Mrs. Clarkson will Bpend the summer months at the home of W parents In Wllllmantlc, Conn., and will loin him In the fall. Miss Gracfl Glcason of Cliff street will tall June 21st for a tour thtough Europe. Kho will leave on the Mh for Montreal, and with Miss Katherine Hlackwell of Brandon and Miss Marlon Dana of Hnt 'and, will Fall on the Oceania for Naples, l'hcy will visit France, Germany, Bclgliini and the British Isles. The graduate nurses from Fanny Alln hospital tendered a miscellaneous shower to Miss Anna Kingston nt the home of Mrs. O. P. Joley on Adslt street Monday tvenlng. Twenty-five nurses were pres jnt. Tho house was prettily trimmed with tyrlnglas, daisies and ferns. Tho affair was in honor of the approaching mar riage of Miss Kingston and Dr. Leo lear ner of Hlnesburg. The Chateaugay will be placed In com mission next Saturday and will come to Burlington that dn.v to take an excur sion to Isle Iji Motte In tho morning. The boat has been equipped with new boilers, smoke stack, decking and other repairs of a substantial nature. Over P0.000 was laid out on her by the com pany during tho winter months. The crew are: Captain, E. B. Rockwell; pilot. Boy Rockwell; purser, B. C. Porter; steward, F J. Shea; chief engineer. Wil liam Young, assistant engineer. Peter Pecotte; wheelman, W. A. Nolan; mate, John Htizen. John Ktng was arraigned before Judge Mower Monday, charged with a first nffense of intoxication, and was fined J3 nd costs of $3. He will ,erve the alter nate tentence of 10 days in Jail. Edward McGowan and Alexander McGowan both pleaded guilty to first offenses and each s,-as fined J.'. and costs of $9.78, which Ihey paid. Josephine Martrlle pleaded rullty to a first offensp and wns fined 15 and costs. Josephine dislocated her right elbow while trying to Jump over a fence and she will servo ten days so that her arm may heal. The United Spanish War Veterans held their regular meotlng In their rooms on Church street Tuesday evening The meet Ins wan called for the purpose of electing delegates and alternates to the depart mental and national encampments, hut Ihls business was put off until the next meeting. The resignation of J, w. Laughton as commander was read and accepted as Mr. Iaughton Is to leave the llty permanently within a few days. The tlectlon of a successor will take place at the next meeting. The annual moetlng of the Fanny Allen Hospital Graduate Nurses' association was held at the hospital Tuesday at 3 f. m. The reports of the secretary nnd treasurer showed tho association to be a flourishing condition. Dr. Lyman Al len, secretary of the ho-pltal, gave nn In teresting and Instructive talk on the duties If the nurse In private work. Sister Mc Donald, the president of HVi-iSlO, spoke briefly to the nurses on unity. The offl ier elected for the coming year wero: President, Mlns Margaret Connors, ItWJ; rtce-presldent, Ama Kingston, 1905; secre tary, Mrs. Rooo A, Lattler, 1M7; trearuier, Rev. Mother Pteere, superior of tho hos pital. A beautifully prepared luncheon was lerved In the nurses' dining room by Mrs. Sarah T. Whltmnrsh, .llis A lire Flynn, Miss Alberta Thomas and Miss Sertrude Donovan. The meeting adjourn id with expressions of enjoyment and food will from all present to meet in 1911, Prompt treatment of a slight attack of Diarrhoea will often prevent a serious llckness. The best known remedy Is Or. Beth Arnold's Balsam, Your apothecaries, The Crystal Pharmacy, W. P. Hall, O. A. Churchill, J. W. O'Sulltvan. Warranted tn give satisfaction. Isn't tbere a "Help Wanted" ad to-Cay tbat means comethlng to you? HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from unite 4.) tngn hoUse.-Mrs. Jack Williams Is quite 111 with heart trouhle.-Frrd Chase has bought a traction engine billed at 10.0M pounds. It Is to bo used In freighting lumber from Mr. Chase's mill to Hard wick. Tho engine arrived Monday morn Ing. Kntle King Is the now telephone op erntor. Mrs. Clarenco Hilton of Bridge port, Conn., Is visiting nt Gcorgo Wheeler's. Mrs. Klslo George visited at J Williams s last Sunday, The town Sunday School association meets at East Craftsbury Thursday, Juno 16. WESTPIELD. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alva A. Hitchcock of Providence, R. I,, camo last Thursday to spend ft few weeks with relatives In town. Mrs. Itlsglns of, Wntervlllo, Mo., Is with her brother, W. B. Prcscott. Mr. Potter of F.arton was a week end guest of his classmate. Dana Gilpin. Morris Law teiice went Monday to Berkshire to visit his sinter, Mrs. Lyon. Wlllln.ni H. Bon ware has employment In Manchester, N. H., as a carpenter. The Christian En deavor soclrty will give an loo cream so cial at the town hnll Tuesday evening, June 21, with n short program followed by a promenade. Miss Hilda Dickson came home from Derby Academy Inst Baturday, whero she has been attending school. Mrs. Curtis Wllley of Canada ban been visiting her daughter, Grace Hare, who Is quite poorly, and Is at Albert Stewart's,- William Rntchelder of New port spent Sunday with his cousin, W. O. Wright, and they caught a fine string of trout. Miis r.untce Edson of Newport spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Wilcox. The Lev. M. W. Fnrm.in preach ed at North Troy lost Sunday as the Con gregational Church Is without a pastor temporarily It Is reported that Byron Oilman has sold hla land to the Wood worths for $1,7(0. DERBY. Mrs. A. B. Hopklnson returned last week from a week's visit In Littleton, N. H. The closing exercises of Derby Academy last week proved very Inter esting. The baceiilaureatc sermon Sun day before the graduating class by Prof. Dobson of StanMead College In the Con gregational Church drew a large crowd Eighteen young people, 12 girls nnd six boys, received diplomas Thursday fore noon. The address of tho Rev. Mr. Col qnltts of Maine wns one of the best ever delivered in th0 hall. At its close the diplomas were dttrlbutd to tho grad uates by cx-Govemor Grout, president of tho board of tru.-tees. It Is expected that Mr. nnd Mrs. Bowdoln will return an other year. Miss Burke has decided not to return. Tho Odd Fellows held a mem orial service In tho Congregational church Sunday. It was a union service as all three of the pastors of tho churches hero nro Odd Fellows. At tho close of the, service they marched to the cemetery and decorated the graves of their de ceased comrades. The Rev. C 13. Gor don preached the scrmoriV. BROWNINGTON. William Storey was a visitor in town a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Shep erd of Irashurg visited their son, Guy, last week. Mrs. William Burrows has taken her mother homo to care for her. Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn of Derby visited nt Truman Aiken's over Sunday. " LOWELL. Sheriff E. F. Miles of Nowport was In town Monday on huinoss. Mrs. Lois Watson Is In Bradford. Mrs. Ann Werka of Hrownlngtnn Is vl.'ltlng relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. F. G, Kinsley nro the parents of a son. bnni Juno 10. MI'S Minnie Gllbar and Clyde P.eed, both of WfHtlleld, were married June 11 at the Catholic pr.'omgo by tho Rev. Father Lnvlgne. Darius Barnes of Wntemllo visited Inst week In the home of Mr. .ind Mrs. J. R. Sulllvati.-iMrs. Solomon S;.of ford ot Newport lk the guest of Mr .md Mrs. James Collins. Mrs. Charles l' ee- nian and daughter, Miss Myrtle, friend of Tenbody, Mass., are vi and 'Ing niumes in luwn. .Mrs. ijeim Lentil cu te! tallied her sister, Mis. Fred 1" Ms, and her friend, .Mrs. P. W. Templet.' of Irasbuig, Thursday. The Rev. W O. Parmenter of Springfield, Mass., a r: rive of this town, who Is expected tn l-lt here, will preach in the Congreg m mnl Church next Sunday morning, nrd m the Methodist Church In the evening. MONTPELIER. Charles F. Rowell dropped dead Thurs day morning while driving a team loaded with gravel. He hud left his home, an hour before his death In his usual health. Mr. Rowell was GO yeart old mid was born In Berlin. For many eirs he had followed the occupation of teamster. He Is survived by a wife, ono son nnd three daughters. Ills funeral was held Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J Sib ley Thursday quietly celobrated nt their home on Main street tho With anniversary of their marriage. No Inventions wero sent out. but many friends called during tho afternoon nnd evening to congratulate this worthy couple. For elpht years after their mar riage, which occurred at North Mont peller, Mr, and Mrs. Sllilev Uvnl In that village, wheie Mr Sibley was liookkeeper at the mills of the Little -Manufacturing company. They moved to Montpeller In liffi and for 20 yonrs therenft'rr Mr Sib ley was clerk and manager of the Pavil ion Hotel. Mr. Sibley is one of tho promi nent democrats of Montpeller but has rep resented the city In the Legislature, was postmaster for four years and at pres ent, although retired from active life, liu Is a vice-president and trustee of tho Capital Savings hank and trcasuicr and trustee of Heaton hospital James Wilson died suddenly Wednes day night at the homo of John il. Leach, his son-ln-lnw, aged 70 years. He was born In Ireland and most of his life was spent In the West. Ho came to Montpeller five yearn ngo to llvo with Ills daughter. A wife and two daughter survive him. Funeral services were held Friday after noon from the home of Mr Leach, the Rev. U. H, Taylor of the People's Church officiating. Burial was In Green Mount cemetery. Nuthaiilel Whlttler, for ninny years a bookkeeper for grnnlto flrmn In Ihls city and Barre, died Thursday at the State hospital for the Insane at Wnterbun', where he was recently taken for treat ment. Mr, Whlttler wns a native of Springfield, Mass., nnd was &) years old. Ho served In the Civil War In Company II, 2nd Maasachusetts heavy artllley, lie was nn expert accountant and his ser vices 111 that capacity were much In demand. Mr, Whlttler was twice married, his second wlfo dying 15 years ago. He leaves five daughters;, rue runetni or wiiuum ( tuvor wns held Saturdny nfteinoon at his Inte hoin In Middlesex, tho Rev Dr. J Edward Wright of this city officiating and burial was In the Lowls ccmetory up Worces WASHBNGTO ter branch, Mr. Culver died Wednesday night of general debility, aged 7f, yenrn, He wnn born and Ind always lived In Middlesex nnd for more than to years ha was In tho employ of C. C, Putnam A-. Sons at Putnnmsvlllo. Miss Sallle Ovlntt of tliLi city, daugh ter of Mrs. Laurn Field Ovlatt nnd Lnw- rence H. Gardner of Buffalo, N. V., aro to be mart led at Christ Church Wednes day nfternoon, Juno 22 at 4 o'clock, They am to irsldo In Buffalo. Thn graves of 50 Odd Fellows burled In Green Mount cemetery were decorated Saturday by a committed front Vermont Lodge composed of E. II. Clnrk, W. It Worthing nnd George Barnes. At Odd Fellows hnll Sunday noon tne members of Vermont Lodge and Ivy Rcbcknh I.offgn held a memorial service for F. 1 Snow, 1. L, Btirnham and Miss Gertrude Margin, members who have died during the past year. The ritual service was used, Miss Carolyn Rlchnrd-.oti sang and the Hew v. F. 1 lender, gave n brief ud rlress. This was In celulu atlon of tho an nual memoilal day for Odd Follows. The petit Jurors at the September, IDefl, lerm or A nsblriRton county court en- Joyed a reunion Saturday In this clly. Jinny of the Jurors were nernmminled bv their wives or lady friends. They dined at tho Montpeller House. Tho program Included a tilp to Dewey Park but be causo of rain this was abandoned and exercises ot nn Informal character were held at tho county court houre In the afternoon. The body of Newell Paine, who died last w(ok In Boston, reached here Monday morning nnd was taken to Green Mount cemetery for burial. It was ac companlfd by Irving L. Rich, a friend of the deceased. Mr. Paine was GO yenr old nnd when a young man worked for lovornl years In the Redlleld drug store Iti this city. The funeral of Mir. Edward Lawrence was held Sunday a 'ternnon from the home of L. E. Doten on North Main street, the Rev. Ward R. Clnrk ofllelating, nnd burial was In the Cutler cemetery. Mrs. Lawrence was fc, years old and had resided In Montpeller more than 70 year.. She died nt the home of Mrs. Doten, hnr granddaughter. She Is survived by three sons and ono daughter. D. F. Davis of Bnire, secretary of the Ctnto board of pharmacy sent out Satur day notices of the next quarterly meeting o;' the board for the examination of can didates which will be held at the State Hou-o Tnesdav morning, July 12. The graduating exercises nt St. Mich ael's parochial school will occur Thurs day afternoon, June 23. In addition to eysnys ami orations a costumed drill, songs and recitations will be given. There will be rh o graduates In the commercial department George T. Deavltt, son of T. J. Deavitt of Montpeller, and brother of 13. II. Deav ltt, tieasimr of the State, has returned on a lslt to the home of bis parents, nfter n two years' sojourn in the West, during which time he has traveled suiuj 10.') mll.w nnd traversed all of the States, with the exception of 31. In addition to traveling In the United States, ho has crossed the bolder into tho Canadian Northwest, as well as penetrating the confines of Old Mexico. Mr. Deavltt has been connected with tho bureau of Indian affairs, first with headquarters In S. D.. on the reseivntlon of tho Yankton Slou.v Indians, and later promoted and trans ferred to tho Standing Rock agency, near Hl.ouarck, N. D. During the pust year ho has been located nt Scuttle. The class day exercises by the graduat ing class at the high school, Monday evening In the Eas t State street audito rium afforded an abundance of amuse ment to the larcre audience present. In stead of the stereotyped program tho principal feature wns the " 'Steenth An nual Commencement of the Podunk Schools" which contained many local hits. Tho orchestra was led by William Bnrtlntt and the singing was in chnrgo of Mls Eva Rund, 11. Judge r. J. Mnrtl'i gave a hearing in probate court Monday morning In tho caM of Michael J. Sartoielll of Banc, who a few days ago flourished a revolver In that city and threatened to do divers people harm, The petition to send him to Waterbnry was brought by the city of Bane and was argued by J. Ward Carver, city ntorney. State's Attorney Gates ap peared for the State. The court found that SnrtnrelH's mental'iibei-tallon was caused by drink, nothing was put In that con vinced the court that Sartorelli should be sent to the State hospital for tho Insane at Waterbnry and ho w.is dcharged. The physicians at Heaton hospital hope to save the eyesight of I.'arl Cheney, tho Water-bury youngster who wns brought there Sunday night, with his face terri bly lacerated with broken glass from a Jar of powder with which the lad was ex perimenting. A glass Jar containing moro than half n pound of powder exploded full in tho boy's 'ace. The lnllk car that was taken off the regular mall train southbound In the morning during the trouble between the producers at II. p. Hood gr Sons, ha.s been restored, making its regular trip Monday. The volume of milk now b ing shipped to Boston that wny is about the sarin) us before tho "strike." Hood & Co. pay producers 'J, cents per can during Juno, and commencing July l have promised to pay 31'fe or S3 cents for the following ten months. This is satisfactory to the farmers. L. D. Tuft r-fcehed word Tuesd i that Henry M. Foster, who once worked III thn dry goods store of J. W. Ellis sl this city, is dead in Chicago, Ho had not resided in Montpeller for 40 years and leaves no relatives here. Burial will be at Chicago. , Cliarle3 Houston of Northlleld wns be fore probate conn Tuenlnv on pc-lltliin of C. 11. Dutton, his guardian, that he ho committed to tho State hospital for the Insane at Waterbnry as a stat patient. Houston has been there ns n pilvate pa tient for several months but ids funds nie now exhausted. Judge Martin grant ed the petition. Tho Stale was represent ed at tho hearing by State's Attorney Gates, Profound Mrs. J. W. Burgess am ex pected In .Montpeller the Inst of the week to open "Redstone," their summer iesl dence, Romeo Buffcttl, who atternpte to break out of the lock-up at Nortlub id Monday night when ho was eonilned t,eru on a charge of intoxication was icMciday committed to county Jail, charged win, at tempting to break Jail. Ball (xf at f30S, which ho was muiblu to laim. Hli cmn will probably come, bofuri) the ad journed term of Washington county court which convenes hern next week. George Fountain narrow h omapi.,! pri ons injury yest.udny while ,u work at the sheds of the E, tisoi Cranlto company. MARRIED. MA VN A III )-ST LI-3S in Stamford, N Y., on J unu U c.doy u, Jiaynard and Mbs Blench.. i. Slylts, DIED. TAl.COTT At WIIIIhIoii, Vt., Juno S, 1910, Lewis n T.ilcolt, nged 74 rnm. WHITE ii Thursday, Juno 9, 1919. nt her re . lib no, 101 Lefferts Plaoe, Brooklyn, N V , Snr.ili U While, foiliiniiy of Hhel bnine, ifi, of I.ivater B. White, In the 43rd your of her nxn He wns running a traveling crnne when the mnchliiF fell. A part of tho derrick bit Fouiil'lli, b ully bruising one leg. Had the derrick been Inulcd at tho tlmo It Is ptob.iblc Fountain would have been killed. WATEItBURY. Tho commencement exercises of the class of 1910 of the Waterbnry high school were held In th Methodist Church Friday evening. The church was decorat ed In green and white. The Cornet Musi cal association nnd the Hen club furnish cd the miMc. Thj program Included: In vocation, tho Rev. W. C. Johnson; ralutn tory, "Forestry," Alton G. Wheeler; es say, "Tho Study of Latin," Mat-Jorlo A Duffus; class history, Ruth i. Parker essay, "Geographic Inlluences In Vermont History," Florence 13. Mcrfe;prophecy Mary A. Merrlnrn; essay, "American Music," Eva 1). Burnham; "Memorabllo, Amy L. Grlff.th; valedictory, "Child Labor Problems In Our Country," Ethel M. Graves; presciitntinn of diplomas Saturday tvenlng the alumni reception wns held nt the Watcrbury Inn. In tho receiving lino weio Roy W. Demerit!, president of the alumni association, Mrs. W. L. Wassnn, Piin. F. H, Helrrrher Miss Vera Powell arid the members of the graduating class. The nrrangernonts for this affair were made by Mr. Domcr lit, Mrs. Burnlinin, Miss Maxwell. MKs Graco Manning nnd Miss Westover. Dancing followed fiom 10 to 12 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bettls aro guests at tho home of William Colton. Mr. mid -his. .il. ii. c;uirK ot jiniieni, n. II., ate guests at the home of their daughter. Mis. Allen Fogg.-ltobrt W. Palmer has returned from I.ydou, whern ho has been employed as principal of tho high school. Archie Chlsholm tins been suffer ing with a quinsy soro tin oat. Mrs, L. R. Bryant Is having a serious time with a laino knee. Mrs. Frontlnt of Barre Is visiting in towr. Edward L. cniyettc died Sunday at the baiiny Allen hospital, whence ho had gone for trealme-it, of heart disease. He was born In Burlington Aug. 23, 1V39, and llvcsl In Burlington and E.'sex until his mniTlraro to Anna linker of this town Sept. 21, 1.sn. They lv.M In Massachus etts 14 years, then moved back here. Ho Is survived by his wife, who was with him at tlie time of his death. Mr. Oliv ette was employed ns lumper In tho O'Clalr nnd Analr shed and belonged to the lumper's union. C. L. O'Clalr wont to Burlington returning with tho body r-unciny night. Mr. and Mrs. Sevmour of Essex Junetlon also came, for the funeral, which wns held nt St jWhiiows Church Wednesday morning. Miss Ha7cl Drew of Rurllnirloii closed i very successful kindergarten term Fn day with a lmnquet for the little fnlks.- t- 1 TV.. 1 . . i. i. .ii, ,m nun zinroio .Minns hnc an exciting tlnip lust week while exercising one of Mr. Eaton's teams. Coniintr nt n rapid rate through Colbyille, between the tnnnery and Burleigh hill, tho reins lirolto. Inc men Jumped nnd the hoi run, going; between the Smith ,v Snmer vlllc and the Paliner blocks and dowrr Into Hn-i. lull's meadow. The horse and men were unlriiured. but tho vehicle was much damaged P. E. Atkins and son Harold, were at Lake Mansfield Sunday, WARREN. The reception given to tho Rev. Robert I lark last Tuesday e mlng wns nttended by about JO. The Rev. Mr. Cbllds n,i wife of Massachusetts nro at the hotel for n few days' stop. O. W. Wallls and family, accompanied by Miss Bertha Sav age of Waltslleld. wem nt G. A. R. Brigg's Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bennett nre at Like Dunniore for a few- days' stay. Mr. Bivon of Ynle College carne Thursday to supply the pulpit of I mon Church for the summer. Tho Ladles Aid nut Willi Mi j, Alice Tucker Wednesday afternoon. G. A. R Bragg received a bad sprain to Iris kneo last Monday. WAIT8FIELD. The graduating exercises of the high and grammar schools will be held at I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening. Mrs. Nancy Llnncil, who has been with her sister, Mrs. Samuel Bnlrd, In Dux-bury for some time, is spending ,t few weeks at lliieh Ilnird's.-Mr. and Mis. Truman Nichols if Saxtons River nr guests at W. H. Marshall's. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Vein Davis and son of Bradford were guests at F. R. Pulnii'i's last week. Ml.-s M Paul of West Fuliice l.s.a guest of Miss Margaret New. The Home ("In !e met at tin. hurch Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. ;, o. SomervH'o aro 111 with seven- colds. P. II. Sl-.lnnei- and family, Miss Alice Bush- nell and Miss Ida Tucker and sons were in Montpeller .Monday' to attend tho grad uating exercises of the Montpeller high school from which Miss Voire Skinner arid Arthur Barnard were graduated. EAST WARREN. Mr and Mrs. E. C. Heath hnvo be-on spending si-v.iral days In Randolph. -E. II. Elliott and P. Parker have each pun based a new automobile. Edrm Tm-k'-r Is visiting a few days In Barre. Slit will then go tn Watcrbury, where 1. 1 has employment for the summer. Mr- Henry Mooio started Monday for Michigan to visit relatives. Mrs. Randa l:n r.iorid, who has been caring for the sic 1; In Wnllsticld, has returned home. Beit Campbell of Water-bury was In town Saturday. Tracy PycKe. who has been attending tho Randolph high school, Is at home for the summer uiention. Ernest Iiinb Is quite sick wilh tonsllltls. liiiiest Mooio of Whitman, Mass., is - i-ltlng his slsier, Mrs. Arthur Lamb. Mrs. Mary Perry of Waltslicld has been spending several days at John Mobus's. WORCESTER. Mrs. Fi.llir Smith of Haverhill, Mass., who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Moore for several days, returned borne Saturday. Luther llnkcy of Bel lows Falls spent Saturday and Sunday at Goirso Moore's. Miss Emily Cainerou of .Montpeller Is visiting her sister, Mrs, Jarre Warren Olmstead, for a short time Lee C. Tewksbun and Mr. nnd Mrs. N. M. Harris of Montpeller were among the Sunday visitors hue. cinlr Temple, ton Is wen king for the Montpeller Hard ware company. II. I,. Abbott started Tuesday last for Southern Oregon and Grover Tenipleton left at the same time to visit relatives In Wnhoo, Neb, NORTHFIELD. At the republican caucus Tuesday aft ernoon tho following delegates were clecti tl lo the district convention: Charles A. I'j'umley, chairman; c. L. Pervlor, H. M. lowe, John L, Mnselcy mid W. T. Kerr. The dclegntes weio empowered to appoint their own nlVniWHes. Charles A. Plumley was elected chairman of tho cau cus npd 13. L. Field sccietury. At a cau cus held Immediately af lerward, the following delegates wero elected to nt ttnd the Htnlu coinonllon; A. 1-3. Fins tildge, C. L. Mprse. W. II. Holton, Dr. B. F, Allon and Fred I filler A ballot wns required on election of each delegate. The admlrum of Dr. .Mend put up a good fight to elect delegates known to be f.vvmable to Ills candidacy, but were defeated nil through the lh t The delegation Ik rsld- c-red moro Independent limn otherwise; certain of them nre known to favor Kief, wood and others huve espi-,.ssid a fav orable opinion concerning iho Candida, y (Coutluurd on pnBlf 15,) GRAIN AND PRODUCE. New York, Jun IS. FLOt'llr- Receipts 10,M7; shipments 1, 002 j market steady. WIIEAT-Recelpln 13,000; shipments l.OOi); spot steady. Wheat advanced nfter nn endcr open ing on commission houso buying nnd cov ering by shorts but eased off lato under renewed selling on report.-! of moro II bernl offeilngs of new wheat and a poor cash demand closing stendy nt tyiUfcc net advance. July closed WHc; Sept. f.V; Dee. closed 975ic CORN Receipts 1,101; shipments 3.C11 ; spot stendy. Option market wna without transactions cloilng U3'.4c higher; July closed G7UC Sept. C7Hc; Dec. Cl'ic OATS Receipts CCKfiO; shipments 1,250, spot steady. SUGAR Raw weak; centrifugal f1 test tl.lsj molnssoa sugar $1.43, tcllned quiet. COFFEE The market for eoffeo fu tures opened steady at unchanged prices tn a decline of 5 points In response to lower European ninrkcts. Business waa very much less active thnn on the pro vlous day nnd with the European mar kets steady In I he face of a further ad vance In the exchange rate, vnlnes were pretty well maintained nfter tho open ing, the close being steady not unchang ed to S points lower. Sales were reported of lft.iw bags Including; Juno JC.IO; July W.15; Aug. Ki.EC, Sept. J0.O1; Oct,, Nov. and Dec. S'36; Jan. ?r72; Teh. C.7i; March f.7G; April J1.77 and May $-3.79. Spot steady; No. 7 Rio S!4c; No. I Santos ic mild quiet; Cordova 9Vifi'12Hc BOSTON PRODUCE MARKETS. Boston, June 1.". FI.OUR Spring patents, I".4r 77 r.7. . spring clenrs, Sl.l.-.fM..'.0; winter patent.-. S.Vl.VfMMo; winter straights, M.7uTr.".15: winter clears, $l.rAgf; Kansas patent", M.9!"i7u. !0. CORN .MEAL AND OATME. L Bag cornmeal, ordinary. $!.2-t 1.32; kiln drlei" 1.3151.35; granulated, $3.3033,r.0; bolted, W.2-''H 3. 40; rolled oatmeal, 4.r,'"T- 1.R0; cut ami ground, fi.aii.-jr,; ryo Hour, ic.ss-f i.'d; rye meal, Jl.W; graham, ill! 4. 10. CQltN Car lots, spot, No. 2 yellow CS'io; steamer yellow, 69c; No. 3 yellow, GiVtc; shipments, No. 2 yellow, W'fOOi... No. C yellow, 65fl6sVsc. OATS Car lots, spot, No. 1 clipped white. 43c; No, 2, 45c; No. 3, 4IV4c; reject od, 42-IJ44-; shipments, fancy, 40 lb', VAt 4' i regular, ."A lbs, Wtrx f; ro lbs, 44-(i 14V2c. HAY, STRAW AND MILLFEED Hay, choice, W5; No. 1, J23iifi2l; No. 2, ?Jr22; No. 3. J1S.0-JI 19; rye straw, 511.50. 1.1; oat i.traw, J1..V1; sack spring brnri, C20 n&t 21 ; winter bran. 121-.72! .: middlings iJ2.fi1i:7.50; mixed feed. J22.f,0'.i2i; rtock feed, 25.7.1; red dog, ES.7., cottonseed meal, $32; gluten feed, t7.V; linseed meal, JT.2 75. PORK Short cut and heavy backs. $2S 50; medium, $2il.,VS27, long cut, J2S, raw leaf lard, 13'fce; rendered, lf,ij,c; pure, M7S,c; briskets, Hl'ic; dressed hogs, ltui? 11 'sc. FRESH BEEF Extra sides. 12fil2lt; heavy hinds, 13'r'i14c; heavy fores, lOUfj lie. LAMB AND VEAI-Spring lambs. 17c; winter lambs, f.S15c; yeai lings, lOgL'e; mutton, !fcl2c; veals, HiU3c. POULTRY Western turkovs, 2W727e. natlvn broilers, 20J232c; northern fowl, .0'(21c, western broilers, 2.11727c; western fowl, jsfilfiije. EGGS Fnncy hennery, 27f2Sc; eastern extras. 22fT21e; western, 22-ii'!c. I'.EANS-Car lots, pea, J2.t5-a2.5-'); me dium, Ofi2.45; yellow eve. J3 .2.W3 . California, .2f.r..;:t; red kidney, U.ln'tr 4.1); loielgn pea beans, J2.30ii2.to; Linn beans, 5'S.c; jobbing, 10i715! higher. APPLES Fancy Baldwins, jr.tjf,; rus sets, Jt'te.l.fin, western, J1-J5 b. POTATOES'. Aroostook, 70anc bg western Maine, 5'0c hg; new southern, J2fr2.25 bbl; Bermudas. $T..M. FliriT- Strawberries, lOffip. ,K blackberries. TfllOc; blueherries, Iff IV. California nn-.els, x3J4.2Ti bx : crane- fruit, J2S7C hx; watermelons, 2.1ff40,- each- antalonpes, southern, J2''f2.;V- crt; Cali fornia, fi'n.l crt. lb-lined sugars nre steady. Refiners quote granulated and tine nt 5.15e for l'V bbl lots and .1.30 for 20 bbl. Wholesale gioeeis quote 5.40c for less than 20 bids. CHICAGO PRODUCE MARICKT. Chicago, Juno 11 WHEAT July M'Jc; Sept. JY; peP. Die. CORN July f.'.'.ic; Sei.t. 5st,c; Dec. 5Cc. OATS July OTVic; Setd. 35'ic; Dee, Ofi'c. PORK July T22.70; Sept. J22.20. LARD July J12.41; Sept. J12.40. RIBS July $13 0; Sept. J!2.52Vi. RYE Cash 76-377c. BARLF.Y Cash 45HC5c. TIMOTIIT-Oct. J4.40. RYE No. 2 75H77C BARLEY Feed or mixing, 47ti.wc; fair to choice melting, fSiCe. FLAX FEED-No. 1 Southwestern $1.S7; No. 1, Northwestern Jl.i7. TIMOTHY SEED-Ji.3.1. CLOVKR-$ll.:5. M 135-3 PORK, (per bbl.) $22.7o'72:l.(M. LARD Cper 1'jO lbs.) $12,35. SIDES-Short Ribs (Loose) J13.12HT 13.37'i. CLEAR SIDES Short (boxed) SR75T 14.00. GRAIN STATISTICS. Total clearances ot wheat and Hour wero eiual to HO.noo bu. Primury roccl,,n were 235.( bu., compared with 2W.000 b'i. thn corri-spondlng day a year ago Esti mated recelptsi for to-morrow: Wheat 3 cars; corn 157 cars; oats 122 cars; hogs .000 head. Jtt'TTER-Stcady creameries, Cl'tSTc; dairies, 23iU3c. I3GG.HSte.idy at mark, receipts 13.SI." cases, c.iscs included 15:Qlt!Vic; firsts 17isc liritne nrsts isc CHEESIv-Firm, dairies, loftilo; twins H-S15c; Young Amcilcas 10'i-ffifcc; Long I loins, ifi'a'.ic. POTATOES Easy, choice to fanci'. 21 26c; fair to good, 22-ii23c. POFLTRY-Steady, turkeys, 15c; chlck- cna. 0'-.c; springs, 23tf2fic. 'l-3Al-Sleady, 50 to CO lb. wts, SJJRUo: CO to JS lb. wts. WiViie; S5 to 110 lb. wts. I'Wt'.ic LIVE STOCK MARKET. New York, June 15. HLl'Vl'.S-Ilecelpts l.itlS; market Iriecil- lar; steers .TMCffiS.M; bulls ).K;t,-,.fO; cows M.SjflfiOO. Kxpnrts tl cattle, :o sheep and -, l") (iiartcrs of beef. I'ALVICS-Itccelpts l.f.Hj market steady. WnlK tl.Wn.; culls nnd throw- outs JJ,tnr7.M; butternillks, lo.O'xjiJ.rr-; Krasi-eis, H f'OjJfl on. hllKHP AND LAMMS-ltccelpts 7,(W; market t.tcady. Sheep f l.tXVTirt.tO; culls 1.M H3.Wi'i.U): lambs t4.cniiO.C5; a few at J9.75; earlliiKs, n,yij7,M, lioas-necelpts 5.DM; market firm at llO.O.j 10.10. POSTON m'TTKK MAHK171'. iiostuii, .lunii jr.. HliTTKlt-Klendy. Northern SOfiiiOc; westein IP'iuli'sc fllHrSK Firm, Now Viuk 15".fllCc; twins l.'.ii UiV.c I'hamber of I'ommerce Quotntldus; Vermont and New Hainpshlro extras i-Izi-h 27c. boxes 5 pounds, extra full wtliiht 2avc, prints full weight, :s,jo. June 16, J910 The Phone 53 Ac I 1'rlvnle ft-rrl, tin,-.. Connecting S All Dept., Manufacturer's OvsrproiGtion Sale! The Sal WSth a Reason. This Manufacturer's Overproduction Sale S is a very rare occurrence and due entirely now! a to the tact that it has seasons manufacturers Weather conditions have been very un-1 ! favorable for the selling of summer merchan- g dise. The manufacturers never had so many ? cancellations of orders and such an overpro-1 duction. We were quick to recognize the opportun-1 ity to buy and have bought liberally un-1 a packing the last few I ever came into our own or any other store in 1 burlmgton m preparation for a sale. The merchandise in every instance is the! best and just the sort of hot weather needs 1 you are planning to buy now. It will be a remarkable sale in both thefi underpricing and quantities of merchandise! presented. 0 To-morrow's Friday's Free Press and J Daily News will give you an idea of the sav- jjj ing possibilities of this sale. Sale commences 1 Saturday morning. June 18th, and continues! untilJune 30th iery Are You Wei! Suppiied ? The Old Bee Hive is a Hosiery and Underwear store in every sense of the word. By specializing and making extraordinary euons we nave duui up a remarkable Hosiery and Underwear business. Splendid assortments of all Y.wr im man, woman or cmicl, pussioie vaiue. Women's Fast Black Cotton Ho3e 2 pairs for 25c. Women's Fine Ribbed Shap ed Cotton Hose, 25c. Women's light and medium weight Black Cotton Stock ings, with unbleached split sole, 25c. Women's outsize ribbed top Black Cotton Stockings, 25c. Women's Black, ioned Lisle Hose, heel and toe, 25c. full fash reinforced Women's Sheer Gauze 'Lisle Stockings, deep garter top, re inforced heeJ and toe, white, black and ten different colors, 25c. Women's Black and Tan Lisle Stockings, with lace ankle, 25c. Women's Black and Tan Lisle and Silk Stockings, 35c; S pairs for 51.00. Women's Silk Lisle Stock- ings, black with colored cm broidered ankle designs, plain i black, tan, and all leading col- ? ore. 50c. OBITUARY "lis. llminu t, 'l'lidimi-. Mi. lluima A. (Hunowsi Thomas of North Wlnnoskl avenue died at h-r honia Saturday aftoriiinm after- a Inpi; Illness with a cuiipllcatlon uf dlseam-i. Tho funeral was h-ld from her lato home Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock. Mrs. Thomas was born In ciluton vllle, N. Y., till years (iro, came tn this city 15 yeaiK a-;o nnd has roslded hero since. Sho la' survived by her hus band, Joel W. Thorna?. a son, l-'rnnk L Thomas of Pomona, t.'al., and n daut-htor, Mrs. Carrie M. J.ce of this city. She also leaws a Krandnon, Frank O. Lee of this city, and two sis tors, .Mrs. J. Hunker nf this city and. .Mrs. 1ittle 1. DorrlnKcr of Platts burKli. Mrs. Thomas was a member ot the Methodist Lplseopul Ohurch, MIclHicI II. t'ltrh-y. Michael 11. C'orley died Sundny at the advanced aire uf years, lie had been .1 lesident of r.inlliifitou for the past S3 years. I In Is Mirvhed by one son, M. If. t'orh-y of ("herry stu-ot, and two duueb tcrs, Mis. Hobblns of North avenue, with whom ho haw madu his homo Mum the death of his wife, and .Miss Cor ley, mi- perluress of St, Joseph's School op North Prospect stiect. lie also leaves one sis ter, Mrs, Martin Clink of New York, and 0110 lumber, P. II. Corlcy of this city. The decens-cd was a charier member of PI. Miuy's Honcvolcnt association. The funeral wus held Tuesday moriiliiK nt P o'clock from the Cathedral of iho Im- inaeulatp Coni-cpllon. ( hill leu lleuiHo-t.o. Charles lleiuitssy died Tlrirsday niorn- I111; ol the l'nniiy Allen hohpltai of alco- holUm after bclns there1 fc.rn-e Mondos PROMPT ATTI-3.TION GIVEN TO TllO.Ml AM) MAIL H I OltlMlltS. Lni iLm tUfHfiwfiM&jraK3fc-nfTHiiirnL Tr-rTtrrtr-rtrri 11 mmm Tte Uanner Sale of tits Year. been one of the hardest have ever experienced. days more goods than a and Underwear kinds of Hosiery and Under- and in every instance the best Children's Black and Tan ! sine Lisle Fabbsa Stockings, zuc. Women's Union Suits, flno oteacnccl yarns, low neck, sleeveless, tight knee or lace trimmed pants, the best half dollar garment in town 50c ! each. Worren's Fine Lisle Usior Suits, nil styles, hand crochet edje cr deen Val. lace trim rned, $1.00. Women's Cotton Vests, sum-w mcr weignt, high neck, long or short sleeves, 25c. Women's Lisle Vests, lo ! neck, sleeveless, plain or lace i trimmed, 25c. j Women's Swis? Jibbed j Vests, low neck, slesvcless, tenj styles in plain and lace trim-j mod styles, 2 for 25c. isoys Ealbriffran Union SuitS mid C6TM.rat.r n-c.T-mr.Ti ft- S! all styles, sizes 24 to 34 ; Unioi. Suits, 50c; separate garments $j Men's Balbrigiran Shirts and Drawers; shirts long or short sleeves, 50c quality," 39c. 3 xvien's Union Suits, long or 1 short sleeves, ankle or kneo I lonp-th. Mi.no. t I i-'Piir sv w.-i-. ni-restod on Sunday ft-r Int.ixIcHtlon an! !n the .i.iil h" became so 111 that he na- I il.on M tl.,- he-,, Pal When Lirrcsu-d Ik apie-red ila::e! ,,m1 tired, cr i a- tluiUKh he lud bten dunk'nff for a i '-un time It ir n,,; known where tho I nun's home i. .m,l no ono seems to know unvihini; .-.bout him. He appeared to bo about i, years or age. VERMONT NOTES. John K. Stetson has tendered tib rests tiatlon ai prlnc'p.il of the Sprlnstleld high .ilool aft.'r thro vcars' service Ho will enter nnotlur line of work. The total 1:1 11 -I of St Johnsbury 'ims a ir.i-n -...-r y.-.ir of J1!,175 In real estate and l-i pennnal prop erty. The s'al" 'i. -inl!"- V 21 When the .-1 11 1 . .;n . . . '.1 !n will h he w'as rid In 1; In Kutl.iml sl.i.l-'.-d J.inic. II Uaf ter of SprliiKil.-ld, M iM-, a travcilnpr salesman, was ihmwn out, Mi.-lam.iH; ,1 Ion sash ocr bis 1. ft eye, a bruised shoulder and badly cut limbs Tho ma chine In which he wns rldln? was driven by Mr. Lowell, another traveling; sales man, who wan uninjured. An t-orlous wieck win narrowly averted on tho Canadian Pacific railway nt Kast lltehfnrd ycsterd.iy when a northbound way frit-irhi took .1 sUIIiik there, running the rear of lis train near the main line. When tho nnilhbound passenger train pulled In tho cab of tho eiiRlne struck tho rear of the frlcKht and a portion of It was knocked off, smashing tho end o( the filcKht van and slhthtly lujurlnx th fireman of the passenger engine. A yomiK man who claims tho name, of Percy and nlvcs his address as Cincinnati, liu confessed to two bronks at Chester Depot Tuesday mornlm,-. At n cafo owned by A. II. Huzzy he secured J-.'S but nt tho railroad ticket ofllce, where an en trance was also made, ho secured 110th. Ins The clue that lead to his arrest wan Klven bj an Itlntrai t ui-ibrella mender m. - 1... . . . . tun ."ilKi.11- wis 11, let ror county COU' under bull of 50o.