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IWJMjIKUTUN FKBJfi l'KKSS AND TIMES t THURSDAY, JUNE 2.3, 1010.
CITY ras In probate court on Saturday licences o sell real estate were Krnntcd In the fstntes of Kato Whalen nnd C. t). ilarstow, late of Burlington. William Collins wns nrralKned In city court Tuesday for 11 breach of the peace nnd pleaded guilty. Ilo was fined S2 and costs, amounting to The cafe grow out of a fight. Miss Sophia Drown of 14 Walnut street nnd Harry KIsenlwrR will bo married In this city on the third of July. Mr. Elsen berg Is of Boston and Miss Brown has ro cently returned from that place. Word has been received In this city that Mr. and Mrs, H. A. Prud'homm of Mon treal are the parents of a boy, born Thursday last. Mrs. lYud'homma was Miss A. Gertrude Hurtublso of this city. The marriage of Mrs. Mnbla Russell Hall, formerly of this city, to L. It. Flood tf Boston, took place at the homo of the tilde on Westlnnd avenue, Boston, yes terday. Mis. Bose A. 1nwler Is the correct name of tho secretary of the Graduate Nurses' association of tho Fanny Allen hospital, meeting of which was reported Inst week. Miss Carrie Johnson of Wolcott and Fherman MoNoult of Hydo Park were married Saturday at Hyde Park by the l!ev O M. Boutwell, pastor of the Metho dist Eplsiopal Church of that place. Joseph Miller of Wllllston was arraigned before Justice Stearns Monday and was found guilty of a first offense of Intoxica tion. He was fined $5 and costs of J9.6S, which he paid. Harold H. Shanley Is engaged In tho real citato business In Prince Rupert, B. C, which will be the terminus of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway. He Is en thusiastic about the future of Prince Rupert. The divorce case of Florence B. Hull vs. Herbert F. Hull was entered yesterday In Chittenden county court. The petitioner resides In this city and the petitionee In Hnrtford, Conn, They" were married on May 23, 1903, and desertion Is claimed. Patrick Drowns was arraigned In city rourt Thursday, charged with loitering about the Rutland railroad yards, and plpiided guilty. He was sentenced to serve SO days In Jail, which means that ho will be transferred to Rutland. George Cross pleaded guilty In city rourt Thursday to a first offence of In toxication and was fined $5 and costs. He ivlll serve tho alternative sentence of ten Cays In Jail. Napoleon Deyetto also pleaded guilty to a first offcn&o and was ined ; and costs, which he paid. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hlndes of South I'nlon street left Monday for a twi month!.' trip through Europe. They will leave New York on the Mnuretanla and will spend most of tho time In Switzer land and Germany, witnessing the Pac tion Play nt Oberammergau. The Rev. E. Edmund Marlam has been ippolnted chaplain of the Fanny Allen hospital for the present. He was ordained In Montreal a short time ago. The Rev. J J u'Rrlen, who was ordained a few flays ago In Quebec, Is now at St. Mary's Cathedral awaiting an assignment. John Smith, Rock Jacobs and Joseph Miller, the latter being of Wllllston, were r.nested Sunday, charged with Intoxica tion. On Saturday Louis l.aduke was ar icsted on a mittimus for an old offense of Intoxication and will serve ?3 days in Jail. Joseph Alexander of Wlnonsld was lso arrested for breach of the peace. Col. H. W. Allen, his son, E. U Mien, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoyt txpect to sail from New York for Slasgow on July 2. They will tour fcotland and England and the con tinent of Europe and witness the Pas lion play at Oberammergau before re jurnlnfe'. William McKennn, better known as "Jlgga," was arraigned In city court on Saturday for a third offense of intoxication nd was sentenced to serve CO days In Jail. The last offense, however, was not recent enough to require his disclosure. Charles McCaffrey was found guilty of a first offense and was fined J3 and costs, which he paid. Misses Mahle and Mathilda Foster will sail on Saturday for a tour of Europe. They take the Red Star liner Kroon land for Antwerp and will travel exten sively before gnlng to Switzerland, wheio they will spend tln midsummer. They expect to attend the "Passion Play" at ObernmmorKnn and return home In the eaily fall. Negotiation are under way for the pur chase of the Newromb property on Bhnl- burne Point, owned by Dr. W, 8. Webb, by Clnrence Morgan of this city for a rummer home. Tho property Is situated on one of the prettiest parts of tho lake near Blair's Point In Shelhurne bay. It is not a part of Shelhurne farms but W adjacent to the property of the Champlaln Transportation company. Orlando I,. Martin of Plnlnfteld, State commissioner of agriculture, was In this tlty Thursday. While hero lie paid a visit to Professor Hills of the rnlvondty lif Veimont experiment station and dis missed with him m.-asurcs to prevent the Intiodticllon of the brown tall and gypsy moths lino this State. They havo already appeared lu adjoining States. The work of fighting tho Han Jose scale In the south- rrn part of this State Is still going on. In probate court Friday In the cs tntc of Lewis H Tnlcott, late of Willis Ion, Frank Tnlcott was appointed ad nilnlstrntor, and W. M, Barber and H, S. Johnson appraisers and commissioners, In the estste of Jerry W, Flynn, late of Milton, a license was granted the execu Irlx to sell real estate, In the estate of Joseph Lcclalr, of Colchester, a license was granted the guardian to sell real (state. The collections for tho customs district of Vermont for May were given out Frl day by C. II Darling, collector. The tollectlons nmountnd to VS.'.MM, com pared with S31.lCC.3t for the corresponding month of the previous year. The domestic txportf. amounted to 1311,241, compared Kith 4101,273 for May, 1009. The foreign rxpoits were 575,10), compared with JIS.S73 for the corresponding month of the prev ious year. Humane Officer John Fuller arrested a mun Tuesday afternoon for driving a horse with sores on his back nnd shoulder. Ono of these was so hud that the blood was running from It. Tho man, who said he was a butcher, was taken before Jus llco G, W. Oohervllle and was filled two flollars and costs, which brought tho bill jp to about nine dollars, Hn also promised lo lot the horse rest until IiIh wounds wero healed. An addition will be madn In tho near future to tho three story brick building recently erected on Main street by C, V, Urownell and D. C. Hawley, Tho building will occupy tho driveway to the left and connect with tho structuro next adjoining Tho new building will have threo stories, gnly tho first floor, however, runntnt back lo the full depth of the older building. Tho first floor will be occupied by tho V. L. I-ane Printing company and tho upper doors by ofllccs, Entries aru beginning to come In to City Treasurer L, C. Grant for tho tourna ment of the Vermont Slate Firemen's as sociation, which will bo held In this city August 11, Itnmedlntely following tho con vention of the nssoclntlon, It Is desired to havn lis many hand onclnn ccmtnstj a possible but entries nro rather hurd to seei r.re as ino nnnii enuine i r't.-.t.ii. in coming ohselete. The first entry was mndo by a nose company rrom Fort Edward, N. Y. The engine of the Wlnooskl carbonizing plant of the Burlington Traction company broke down .Sunday evening and brought the car service of this city to a stand still for some four hours or moro. It was shortly after eight o'clock when the ac cident occurred nnd the visitors to Queen City and Ethan Allen parks pcrforco made n longer stay then they Intended. About three hundred persons were strand ed at CJueen City Park, some of whom camo back to Burlington by train. Rose Ota nnd Louts Richards wcro arraigned In city court Monday after noon on a Minding up process, chnrged with keeping liquor on hand -with Intent to sell. The case against Richards was nolle-prossid and Mrs. Cola's case was continued. The. latter's place on Battery street was searched Sunday afternoon when several men were found drinking beer. Some whiskey was also found on Richards, but It appears that ho was only a guest there Frank Cornier, who Is In the habitual class, was In city court Mondny after noon for Intoxication and pleadod guilty. He was fined ft.", and costs, with the alternative sentence of "8 days In Jail, which he will probably servo. Ho snld that he obtained his liquor In Rutland after being discharged from the House of Correction John Smith pleaded not guilty to a first offense but was found guilty and final $5 and costs. lie ap pealed, furnishing ball in the sum of SCO. Lorenzo Howe son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Howe of Williams street, mi the 'letlm of a painful accident Frldav afternoon at his home. Lorenzo nnd a companion were in tho back yard cutting wood end Ixrpnzo stoonert t.ic n hiu companion wan delivering a blow. The axe cut a gash In the top of his head about an Inch and a half long nnd about Half inch dfen Dr. niniih.nm wns summoned nnd dresved the wound. Cards are n it announcing tho engage ment of Miss Mac Clifford, formerly a teacher In th high school, to Bert Bald win of Portlund. Mo Over SCO excursionists came from nnlntu on the Central Vermont railway Sunday and took a cruise on tho lake em the Tlconderoga. The rhnteaugay also had an excursion run under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus of St. Albans into this city About DCO attended this. Saturday 2.") attended tho boat ride to i-ort. i-Tetierlc given under the auspices of the First and College Street Churches and the Tirnn- dcroga took the giaduatlng class of St. .Mary s convent on the tr!n north Ti... Chateaugay carried about 301 to Irio laiwntte on the St. Paul's Church excursion. The board of directors of the TV.iuh.mn- kee Golf club held their annual meeting for organization at the club hems Inst evening. Officers for tho ensuing year were elected nnd a auantltv at rmiiln.t business transacted. The election result ed as follows: President, F. E. Kimball; vice-president, L. C. Clark; secretary and ticasurer, F. W. Elliott; auditor. II. R. Shaw. The club course wni nvnr In bet ter condition than at present and matches win re arranged for Saturday afternoons, as In former seasons. It Is alsi Intended to arrange meets with visiting teams. several new members were vot"d Into the club last evening. The warm weather Is making the ex cursion business good and large ninnSers are taking every opportunltv of tritlni? on the lake. There was a good attend ance nt the Co. M ride Tuesday m . ing th" ride being followed by a dance nt the armory. Sherman's band was in -f.nd-ance and before tho boat left g,no a short concert about the city. The II', ;,tlst and Methodist Churches held their n, ,,,,! boatride together Tuesday on th.- .Min er Tlconderoga. It was attended bv ,itinut 40, who took the trip through the north ern part of the lake. The other "cur slon was on the Vermont, which tool; the children of the Nazareth school to Fort Frederic. A rear end collision of two of the electric cars took plnco Sunday after noon on North avenue. Onlv was Injured and lltllo damage, w.i done tne cars. The accident took place ,i short dlstanco this sldo of Dr. n..r,-'t snnltarlum. Two cars wcro going toward fc.tnnn Allen Park when the trolley of the first car slipped from the wire Motormnn Monnhnn of tho following car, not think ing the other car would stop suddenly allowed his car to go too far at a good speed and ran Into It. No one on tho front seats were Injured but Napoleon Pratt, who was standing on the r,-.aP piauorm or .iionahan's car, was throwi violently forward and for n time wan nn conscious. An examination proved. nuweviT, mat ni injuries werc of a trifling nature. II. R. Bartlett, known also as C. L Chandler and R. H. Arthur, who was In dictee! at the snrlnr States rourt for misusing the mails, and ,las sn been serving tlmo In th local Jail, was l.iken Tltuisdav by Dei uty V. S. Marshal Thom.i. 'n.. to I'tlca, N. y where he has also been iiirilctffi for a slmllnr offense. Bartlett's time at the local .lull li.-.n man arrived In th. city last November ann estamished an alleged produce com mission house. He puivliae,i butler, eggs and meats, and was Inter nn.-,rt.e.,,i.,i by the postotllce authorities for using the trains Willi nttempt to defraud. While fining i.usincss in this city ll.irtlett did not cause any person to lose money, al though It was chnrged that he has work ed successfully tho game In other cities. Ills home Is In Montreal, The annual reports of the Home for Friendless Women shows the Institution to be In a prosperous condition, Officers have been elected for the ensuing year as follows President, Mrs ). O. Wheel er Of tills city; vlce-preslileiit, Mrs, S, J. Wlswell of Cabot; recording secretary, I.. F. Wilbur of Jericho; treasurer, II. O. Wheeler of this city; corresponding sec retary, Mrs, G. J. Davison of this city; auditor, Mrs, Idu II. Read of Slielburno. Tho board of locnl managers will con sist of Mrs. W. F. Ferguson, Mrs. W. A. Davison, Mrs, F, W. Nash, Sirs, T. 8. Peck, Mrs. B. II, Beeinnn, Mrs. I, H. Read nnd Mrs. S, II. Hefflon. They uro same nn last year. There Is also little change In the board of directors. Those elected nro Mrs. J. E. Weeks. Mrs, E, M, Wheeler, Mrs, I,. ,q. Wlswell, Mis. M. .1, Davison, Mrs. If. O. Wheeler, Mrs, C. J, Ferguson, Mrs. Ida II. ftcad, Mrs, W. F. Ferguson, Mrs, O, E, Davison, Mrs. E, M, Denny and Mrs. D. F. Wilbur. Tho only change mado In the board was the elee tlon of Mrs. Weeks to till tho vacancy caused by the death of Mrs. L. II, Dvcr of Mlddlebury, HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Cniitlntird from pnne 4.) left nmld showers of confetti for n short wedding Hip, after which they will rc sldo on a farm near Brooklleld. Tho an nual school meeting wns held Tuesday evening In Hie high school building, when tho following olllcers weiu elected :Mod- rrator, I,. It. Johnson; clerk, V.,1. Spear; prudential committee, I A. Russlow, F. Aligell, E. T. Salisbury; treasurer, J. W. Raymond; oudltor, J. II. Dtl Hols; col lector, A. M, Ilubbntd, It was voted to authorize the committer to grade and seed the Heboid yard at an exnense not to ex ceed $300, and this amount wns appropri ated for that purpose. Mrs. John tMall has been nulte III for a few day?, but is now Improving. RANDOLPH CENTER. Henry M. Sawyer of Wtnthrop, Mass., has been a Riirst of his mother, Mrs, Clara M. Sawyer, for a few days. Miss Olive Watson, a former stud"nt In tho normal, hns been visiting hei uncle, Luke Parish, a few days, letiirnlng to her homo In War ren, Penn., Monday. The graduating ex ercises of the normal wni held Thursday morning with an address by Professor McForland of Mlddlebury. Following the exercises tho nlumnl banquet wut held at the Maplewood and nt the post prandial exercises, which followed. Dr. A. C. ISaltey was toastmaBler and responses were mndo by Dr. F. C. Angell. Miss rnna II. Billings, Prof. C. 11. Morrill, C. 1. Boyden and MKs Marguerite Merrl- fleld. Music was furnished by he music hall orchestra and by members of the school. The Lotus quartette of Boston, who were hero lust year, gave another concert nt normal hall Wednesday even ing to a good nudlence, Most of the pu pils and teachers havo returned to their homes nnd Professor Morrill has Joined his family nt Silver Lake, Franklin. Mis. George R. Prmber was taken to the sana torium Thursday to be operated on for appendicitis and complications. Miss Lu- clnda Vorse has Ju.n completed another year of teaching In Woodstock high school and Is nt home with her paients for the summer vacation - Harold Perkins, post master at Woodstock, with his wife, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vorso Monday. BRADFCHD. George Craft of Sb.irim, Mass., Is al home for a vacation - Mrs. Sarah I'.e.in of Somen Die, M.iss., Is with Mn. F. E. Henley.- Mr. and Mrs. II nry Madder and rtHiight.t. Marv, Carroll liadver of Lyme, N. 11., Miss Ethel Rtltledge of Woods vllle, N II , and Mis. Clmrle. Badger nnd daughter of Hastings, Florida, have been gursts of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Jenkins. The Rev. Dr. N. F. Stalil Is vlsltlna his daughter, Mis. Mclntyro, at 1 iclevaro City, Del. Charles p. Dlmtck of Boston, Mass., was a guest of hN mother. Mis. Freeman Clement, this week. Mrs. A. C. Wormwood has been 111 Gnismere, N. II., for n few days. Miss Grnre Rogers of Newport Is visiting her friend. Miss Lula Kennedy. Henry Lachanco and Ralph inland of I3o.-toti arrived Friday to attend tho alumni ban quet nt Hotel Low thai evening. Miss Grace Towne of Salem, Mass., is a guest of Dr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Locke. Carlisle lieattle of Maidstone Is In town attending commencement exercise Tho graduates of the high school with Prln. and Mis. Speare and Miss Gertrudo Beny are to romp at Lake Morey next week. L. A. Wheeler Is assltlng at tho Farmer's Exchange store. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Drown were called to Lytidonvllle Friday bv the serious Illness of his sister. Mrs. Minnie M. G. Parr is visiting nt Bay City, Mich, Her daughter, Miss Helen Can, will take her place as librarian at Woods library. Miss Sara Parker leaves this week for Boston, where she will sail June 2." on tho Romanic for Naples, to be away until fall. WE3TFIELD. Dr. W. A. Young Is spending a few days nt bis old home In Canada. Homer W. Burnham attended the Masonic enn lenlion at Burlington last week. Tho Hon. and Mrs. A. W. Woodworth of Enoshurg Falls -amo Friday to visit bis brother, I S. Woodworth. Mr. and Mrs. Lot Edwards of Derbv werc guests of her sister, Mrs. John Brown, last week. -Carrol Smith of GolTstown, N. H., camo last week to see his sister, Mrs. M. D. Oilman, and bought the honso belonging to tho M. D. Oilman estate for l,f.s7 but does not take possession till next spring, when tho lease of the farm ho bad rent ed expires. Miss Anna Connor of Yonli ers, N. Y Is expected tho la.st of this week to r-pund a pnrt of her vacation with her sister, Mrs. Young. Miss Hilda Dlrkson ha3 returned from Derby acad emy, nnd Biff Bryant from Barton high school for the summer vacation. Miss Alma Jacques has returned from East Bnrro, where she has been touching two years, and MlfiH Thco Hendrlx from Barro, where she has taught u few months, and expects to return next fall. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Percy spent Sunday at West Derby. The Woodworth mill was shut down for repair, four days last week -Tho village schools taught by Misses Bessie Parker of Grand Islo and Ittv Foster of Newport will close Friday with a picnic If the weather li fine. Morris Lawrence returned Monday from visiting his sister In Bei kshlre. Mrs. Freeman and daughter and filend of Pcabody, Mass., weie in town last week to attend the Roed-Jerbar weddlng.--The Rev. J. E. Bowman has given the Christian En deavor society a very nice leather Ivound copy of the New Testament of the Am erican revision. CRAFTSBURY. Henry Smith, who spent the winter In Texas, returned last week. Clemer Ieaver of Bat ton Is visiting lolntlves and friends In this town.-H. O. Mnikens lust a valuable horse last Wednesday night. Florence Smith visited her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. U F. Smith, last week.- Mr. and Mrs. C. G Hatch, Mr. und Mrs. Oscar Bliss and daughter took an automobile trip lo liarro last Satur day afternoon, returning Sunday afternoon.--Avis Kelt Is home from Gmidard Semlnat y for tho summer vaciiton. Dora Gallagher Is home from Burling ton. -Mrs. Klnghoiii and children of Bradfoid are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ctnwley. .Mary Han son of Barton spent las) week visiting rolatlves and friends In this town. DERBY. Moses Rogers died lust week Monday night nt a hopltul in Sherbrook, P. Q T.hero ho bad gone for an operation for gall btmies. Ills i cumin weie brought homo Tui'sdny and ho was burled In the cemetery hero Thursday afternoon, tho Rev. I. 1'. Chase of Cnncoid, n foimer pastor hern, iilllclatlng. He Ivivcs mi aged wife In vol y feeblo health, three sisters nnd several nieces lo mourn his loss. He was "0 years of age. Mis. Marv Loud of Weymouth, 'Mass., Mrs, Dlanlha Blono and Mrs, Phoebe llnllott of St. JoluiBbuiy were In town last wiek to attend the funeral of Moseu Rogeis Ed win Gordon Is visiting his parents, the Rev, nnd Mr'. Gordon, Ho commences his l.ibois as p.t.-tor of the Congrf gntlonal (lunch In Crtiflbin tho first of July. There was a children's iUmdav school concert In the Methodist Church Inst Sunday ei enlng. The Rev. Mr. Davison of Burlington preached In the Baptist Churr'. Sundny evening. The Rev. Mr Holninti Is taking bin vacation. Tho re mains of Mr.. Lyman Jcnnn, who died In West Derby Filday Inst, were brought to Derby Sunday afternoon nnd burled In the cemetery beside her father, Alnti son Adams. Ned Wllley of Chicago Is visiting In town. LOWELL. CMr. and Mrs. A. L. Bruce of Wolcott visited the flist of tho week at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. O, It Chamberlain, The Rev. W. O. Pnrmentrr of Sprlngflold, Mnss., Is In town for n short time. Miss Jennie McAllister went to Manchester, N. II., Friday to stay two months with her niece, Mrs. Gertrude Conner. Mrs. Julia Gllllghan of New York city Is pass. Ing a few months with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. T. Mtlrphy.-Clement Roya has moved from North Troy Into A. P. Sweet's basement tenement Miss Mildred Greenwood Is homo from St. Johnsbtiry academy for her school vacation. Mllo ILInes sold his span of matched horses Monday to A. L. Bruce of Wolcott for S-l'O.-Tho young people of the Catholic pnrlh will give a literary entertainment Thursday evening, Juno 30, at the M. W. A. hall. Miss Alice Icialr Is homo from Riohfoid, where she hns boon teaching. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grow visited rela tives In Johnson last week. Alonzo Kins ley of Esse.x is the guest of his brother, Rufus Kinsley. Paul Tatro of Kansas Is visiting relatives In totvn. Mr. Joshua Stlcknoy of Newport Center and Mrs. Ed ward Wilson of Topekn. Kansas, wcro the guests of Mr. and Mi'. G. E. Curtis last week. H. H. Newton hns sold his housn near the creamery to Mrs. Arthur Stannard. NEWPORT. C'lafs rt.iy exorcises were wc'l nttend ed and the address before the graduat ing class by Hon. C. A. Proutj was an excellent one. The summer schedule of passenger trains on tho B. & M. went Into elfect Monday morning and a few radical changes have been made. Train No. 14, which hns always left Newport nt 4;fj p. m., leaves now at 330 p. m. and the spur train from Stanstead ar rives 30 minutes earlier. Tinln No. Ss which has usually left at -!:lo a, m., leaves at 7;3S n. m. Other trains are changfsl a few minutes. Decorators ore nt woik on buildings In preparation for the visit of the Shrlners Juno 24. It Is estlma'id that people will visit Ncu port on that date. Mrs. Cynthia Mc Neil of Lebanon, N. II . Is visiting at ;. I.. Nlckerson's. Ernest Smith Is nt home from New Mllford, Conn., where shu has been engaged as instructor. I. L. Martin Intinehed his boat, .Sultana. Saturday. The hont Is i.' ft. in lc-.gth and 12 ft. In width and lifted with a 40-horse-pouer gasolene engine. Mi Martin wl!' pass most of the time dsitlng differ' in points on the r:kc. BRANDON. George Gall, gher has gone to Bowie, Ariz., where lie has employment -Mls ( arrlo Bishop of Concord, Mass., Is spend ing a few weeks at tho Brandon Inn Miss Catherine Blnckwell left last even ing for New Vork, from which place she will go with a party for a trip to Europe. -Miss Cora Talbot has gone to Florence, Mass.. where she, will spend several weeks with the Rev. nnd Mrs. I. P. Kellogg Mrs. Alice Sprague and MIs. Ruth Sprague have returned from Man llus, N. V. Miss Mac Gram of Hudson, N. V., 1 vlsltlng her mother, Mrs. J. Oram. -Miss Sarah Ball of Springfield, .Mat-- . Is the guest of Dr. ami Mrs. William II. Marsh. James T. Harris and fam ily havo gono to Lake Dunmnte, whee tbey will spend the summer. The graduating class of the high srlmo! Hive a reception ami dance at th. town hall Wednesday evening nt eight o cluck. Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Dennl- son of Concord, Mass., nro at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Kelley. .Mrs. (' R. Hall and son, Charles, have gone to Lako Dunmore, whore they will -pend several months. Mrs. Anna E. Taylor has returned from Hiiiilmrtoii. where she has been for treatment at Mary Fletcher hospital. Mr. and Mr-. Owon McShnno havo returned from .New Vork city. BENSON. The Orwell's played Benson Saturday on tho Patterson diamond. The homo team won, 2.) to 9.-.Mrs. Charles Mc K'fown and two children nro visiting In i well Freeman It. Coats and Cora I. F.rnun, widow of the late O. II. Brown, eie married last Tuesday nt tho Method-li-t Episcopal parsonage, the Rov Dr. .ihbuin performing the ceremony. At hi- political caucus Juno 12, Fleetwood delegates won out by a majoilty of 2 In a vote of SI. Dr. J. P. Newton of this Milage went to Burlington to tho Grand 'odgo meeting inst week. A church so elable will bo held nt the CeinirrerHtlnn.il l.hr.pel Friday night. Frank Robinson of J Burlington wns here Friday.-MIss Agnes Hums Is drilling a class of sl of her older pupils in the higher department of tho village schools for graduation In the ommon branches. tirenar.i torv to enter ing Troy Conference academy at Poultiiey or the normal school nt Caftleton Hor ace S. Lewis of the north part of Benson Is very 111, his thumb having been Infect ed hy bis pocket knife. A mammoth sym pathetic abscess followed In his nrinplt which was opened at a counsel ,,f due- tors Friday, lie barely survived the op- cratlon.- Many local people nro cutting ninl) Mictions, of grass preparatory to do ing their regular haying. Except wheic tho grass hns been killed out, the crop Is Immense. An automobile party from Wnlllngford consisting of Deputy Sheriff I'onord and others spent hist Thursday night here. A church sociable will bo held nt tho chapel Fildny evening of this week to which everybody Is Invited. -Lewis Belden. who lost a good horse two weeks ago, has a moro valuable one so sick It Is not expected to live. FORE5DALE. Mrs. Laura Baker, nged ST. year?, died yesterday She fell Sunday nnd .,ioko her hip, the Injury resulting n 'ier deith. Mrs. Baker Is sun li!il by one son Her bert, with whom she lived nnd a daugh ter, Mrs. George Severy or Rutland Mis Chandler, who has been nt C V Smal ley's, hns gono to (Juechee, where she -rtlll reside with her daughter MONTPELIER. Tim petition to tho probate court for a gunrdlnti for Mrs Frank Voartaw (Cuulliiiird " "xtt IS.) RUTLAND WASHINGTON PROMPT ATTENTION fJIVEN TO TRONIC ORDERS. ill June 23, 1910 ; Phone 53 9 ' Private i Excliannc I CoilBfCtlllE All Dent. The Old Bee ATTRACTIVE NEGLIGEE Articles of wearing apparel ttUn 4c ril nnri Inn n vn.rrn.Hnn nnrl ato outing wear Practical and 3 I - f r '- - - . ' 1 '-' '' x MIDDY WAISTS, better known as the Sailor Waist and the coolest and most comfortable waast style for outing and vaca- f tion wear. Made of regulation drill with deep navy and garnet $5 flannel collar, large winsdor tie, specially priced at $1.25. j SEPARATE WASH SKIRTS in white and natural color linen lawn and linene, various plated gored and tunic styles, FJ priced, 51.25, $1.50, $1.98, $2.50 SVEATER COATS that I wear, shown in several smart ford. Priced $2.50, $3.50, $4.50, LINGERIE DRESSES in white and colors in the very pretty jf one piece styles, charmingly trimmed wth fine lace and embroid- ery insertions, medallions, etc., high and low neck models with h three-quarter or full length sleeves, priced $5.08 to $9.98. m Other styles at $12.50, $15.00, $17.50 and $20.00 ; each one U a beautiful creation and by far i season. LINEN COATS for motoring and traveling, made of heivy Oj raime linen, full length models, shaped back, tight fitting collar, j priced $10.00 each. fa Other models in natural and gray linen, priced $4.75, $5.50, ij $6.75 and up to $9.00. jj WHITE WAISTS Always er this season than ever before. season shown here, and many of them exclusive with us, Dutch neck and high neck styles, long or three-quarter length sleeves, button front and button back, each one an exceptional value for the price, 95c, $1.25, $1.50, $1,98, $2.50 and up to $5.98. TUB DRES3E3 One piece dresses of percales, chambrays and fancy ginghams, dresses that been tned and arc sure of holding their color and not having that worn appearance after the first tubbing. All one piece dresses in light and dark colorings, especially suitable for morn ing or afternoon wear, priced To-day a Great Spscial Sale of Weather Toilet Needs Sanitol Olive Oil Liquid Shampoo, 50c size, 37c. Sanitol Pace Cream, regular 25c, at 19c. Sanitol Tooth Powder and Liquid, reg. 25c, at 19c. Sanitol Tooth Paate, reg. 25c, at 19c. Sanitol Dry Cream in jars, reg. 25c, at 19c. Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder, reg. 25c, at 19c. Colgate's Dental Cream in tubes, 10c. Hinds's Koney and Almond Cream, reg. 50c, at 35c. Colgate's Toilet Water, Vio let and Dactylis, extra large size, 50c. Hosiery and Underwear at Zero Prices WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR. !. VtHt nt 7v9 roltou Vents, lim Sh.m rtlilMd fine nock, levrlrN. UO ninl 25p CmltTM our nt IS"ji, Mi Inn ribbed flue cut ton VcnIn, 1" neck, NlrrtirleNM nnd Nliort sleeteM in pl:in mill I'lincy Juki rflTrctM regular anil extra hires, .le anil Jl-"i" l'nderri ear Ml H Ml Inn rllilii d Dno eollim mill Male, niercerli-il HnIi V.t., iilalu mid fiuiej iiI.cn In regular mid ftira nIon, At IPc, mirth S."n, Wuiiicii'n rait s Nhnpril NtN, Inn round lin k, Nlrrirlt'NN, plnlu edge, nltli rltilinu licmlliig. MEN'S UNION SUITS, 79c, WORTH $1.00 I'lne rllilii'il Miimiior ni lulit I'nlun StiltN r cry Kiirinriit perfect unil Niipcrlur llltliiu, nIcn ill t III, 1,1c, It fur t,00, llrn'a mi miner nrlKlit llnllirlKKiin ShlrlN mid II rimers, tleea .'It o fid II urent i ll n nee for lilic men. fl , L- that will interest every woman $ 1'jntitn n.nnifnrtn Vilo nnel nnfirnnrf.lt effective styles at very little cost, ".jl " " y jSH Vi' -.. Jj I Iji IM and up to $10.00 each. j are indispensible for vacation H new styles in both white and ox- -3 $5,00 and up. g the prettiest styles shown tins d ;n a leading stock here and strong Every good waist style of the j are made of materials that have a $1.98, $2.50, $3.00 and up to $7.50. H Corylopsis of Japan Talcum ( Powder, 15c size, 10c. Hydros Peroxide, reg. 15c, at 8c. Palm Olive Soap, reg. 15c, at 8c. Pompean Massage Cream, reg. 50c size, 33c per jar. Packard's Tar Soap, reg. 25c, at 17c. Cuticura. So.it). reir. 25c. at S 19c. Mcnnen's Talcum Powder, i. tm . reg. zuc, at ic. nr: .,f' ' eiK J.. 'l JJlUAuycn, leg. Kirb Bi-uU, 19c, 50c size, 39c. La Blanche Face Powder, reg. 50c, at 35c, WOMEN'S HOSIERY. T.Oc StnckliiKu, liir, colored lisle fa NtnrklnKN, iliri Kolter Inp, IiIkIi NpllceU hvt-lN mid iloliMi Nolo mid (i. n(le MockliiKN, Sftc, tun unvy, mid Krny UnIt- Htot'kincN, nltli luce nn l,lei, otkrrN In (lie till-uvei drop Nlltcli piillcrns, ilmi)- oiIktn In plain IInIo mul silk lUIr, mi lilnckN, $t.no silk nicn'N lilack hiiNlery, IIn stnckinsN, (ii.on, ivn mul 4'iilorcil pure silk lop mul Hole, nil nIitn. MEN'S SAMPLE UNDERWEAR, 39c FOR 50c GARMENTS Men's Sample 1 nilertieiir Shirts mill Hruiirrs, in "i'nroNkiill" 11 title rottuii nml llnllirlKKiin tuitinniN flint ore perfect, mul n cn-iit Imr Hnln fur the iniin libit can near I nIitn iltt, US mid -It), . . I i l A - . im, - OBITUARY William e, ItilshliMv. William e. Riishlnv died Sunday tilgl nt ten o'clock at his homo, 117 Arch Ibnld street, aged C," years, after at lllnes.s nf about two years, Mr. Hurh low was In the meat business in thll ltv for some 40 years, belnff otio ot the butehers on Church street. Mrs. Hiishlow filed about two years ago, .Mr. Rushlow Is survived by four brothers, Octnvo Riishlov, of Rutland, It. ... T...... l.i . t and Eugene Rushlow of Boston. Mass. three Hlstern. .Mrs. Emmn ri'einir en ".dvf.he, Mas.. miss zoiia Rushlow of Worcester, Mass., and Oetavla Bash1 iiniiii fif New Bedford, Mass , anil to elilldren, Aler Rushlow of Southbrldsi, Mass., William Rushlow of this city, Mrs. Octnvla Blssettc of Essex Junc tion, Mrs. Delia Adollna O'Clair of thu I city. Earl S. Ctislnnnn. Ear! S. Ciishman died yesttrdnv after noon nt the home of his dnughter, Mr.' A. L. Sherman, of ftl Buell street jtr f;ushinnn war n years of age and had been 111 for o.bout two weeks. The funeraj will bo held to-morrow afternoon n twe o'clock from tho home of Mis. Sher man. Mr. Cushmar. wns born in Bralntrw March C, 1S2. Ho mart le d November 21v tsKl, Miss ?.Iury E. Ijtnli, who died li; IsJl. After tho death ot his wife ho made his homo In this city with Mrs. Sherman , and his son, J. E. Cushman. Mr. Cush i man wns a member of the Loglslaturo ' from Bralntree In 1S72 and was a member I of tho Baptist Church of that placo for 1 W years. He is survived by his two chll- Iren. mentioned abovi. Mrs, Harry Humphrey. Mr?. Harry Humphrey of Wllllston died! in this city Mondny after a protracteif I Illness. She. Is survived by two sons, Sid ney Humphrey and George Humphrey, both of Wllllston, and one sister, Mrs. Georgo Sherman of this city. Mrs. Humphrey was 84 years old. She wa born In Underbill and lived, at the time of bcr Illness, in wllllston. Mrs. Humphrey was a life long member of tho Univer salis! Church nnd was also a member of tho order of King's Daughters. She wag a woman of charming character and of many friends. Tho funeral services were hold in P.lchmond at the 1'nlversnJht fhureh at two o'clock yesterday nf teraoon. Inter motit was made in Richmond, ICeuneth Thompson. icnnmn inompson, ngefi iz years, diet Zn,Z;e , .1 H held from st Paul's church at 1 a si Monday afternoon and interment was mane in l.nKo lew cemetery lie was th sfin of Mrs. Mamie S. Thompson and -ilo survived by a brother and sister. Is Dorothy Mnrj- Rnlilnln. Dorothy Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B Baldwin, died at her home, f,, Park s-tteet at seven o'clock Sunday morning, i 'cd t years, 10 months and 1 days. Th9 funeral was held at 1: 30 o'clock Sun d iy afternoon from tho home. Dr. I C. Smart officiating. Interment wns made lr Lake View cemetery. Mmh Mitry J Dnlnell. The remains of Miss Mary Lucille Dnlnell. who died In this city, wem taken to Marshfield yesterday by her i..ther, Simeon Dwincll. , A KINDERGARTEN THIEF. t.ei.rge Irinnr, l'i Vcnri Old, I'lcndl Guilty to lltirKtnr,. , George Demars, who will be 13 years old t.e la.st of next month, pleaded guilty i In city court Tuesday to stealing and a.-- sentenced to serve the remainder of ( ! N minority In the Industrial school at Verxennes. Then George cried, as most other little boys would have d-mc under the same circumstances. George u proleb',v the irruUlcst burglar that has been m city court for some time. Ho does not appear to bo over 10 years old, yet he told how he entered the store of A. K. Price on Pe.itl street and robbed the money drawer of nearly SI. G-eorga mado entrance at night, as the big bur glars do, by way of a back door, whlcli l he pushed partly open, j Ills mother, who was present la courlj with George, suited thnt she thought that, thfl TndiiptrltLl school wns the best TtlaelT for her son If ho had been cutting up any; such capers as stated. The boy stated to the pollco that hti mother knew that he had ben stealing, but this story Is thought to tie a false hood. Georgo seems too j-oung to be a leader of Diamond Dtcks or such litera ture, yet he seems to have a, most cultl. vated Imagination. WEDDING RECEPTION. Vrirna Greet Mr. anrl Sirs. F, D, .'pniilrilnBr on Itrturu from Honcjr mnein. Tho reception, plven last ovenlnj? at he homo on Collepo streot by Mrs. Emmt J. SpuuldliiK to Mr. and Mrs, T. D. sjpauldliur upon their return from their honeymoon, was attended by over SCO t;uo-its. The) floral decorations havo seldom been surpassed at a similar affair I'll lllir ill) . i no isu.-r.ist nn ictm-u Ik,. Alo Un.,1. Il.irr Iff n r, A ltrj TI T. Spauldltifr, Mrs. W. II. Dunn of Cham plaln, N. V., mother of tho bride, and :ira A. D. lUch of Itnchester, N. V , Ki-andmnther of the bride. Tho dlnlns iMUii win decorated In a scheme of pink ;:.d white., sweet pens bt'lnj? most In ti'dence. A lutRe qunnttty of fenis wcro (united In an artlst'c mariner 'n tho re c'"tu? room, and wild flowers and ferns were In an abundance in tho other rooms. An oichettra iinr In attendance AMEHICAN LKAGUfi STAXDIXG. 1n. Lost. Pet. l'hllndelphla 05 17 673 Detroit 38 22 ,0 New VorlC 30 2il COO Huston IS a ,5SS I'loveland 21 :5 -157 WnshltlKtou Z S2 420 Chlc.iKo 21 ?i .4;o rit. 1fiuls la SS ,Ji3 NATIONAL LUAGUB STANDING. Won. Lost. Pet l.'hl-ilSO 33 IS .eft) New Vork 31 21 l'lttshurir 2d 23 .531 I'lnclnuatl 2 :a ,iio l'hlladelphla 'M Jfl 4?o Louis 2,-, .tea Htooklyn 23 l 442 Hoston IS 37 , 327 DIED. TOWNK In Itlehmond, Vt.. June 16, 1810, it L'O p. m Albert Towne, ascd 51 years! HltltlHAM -1910, lMsop C In Wlnooskl, Vt . Juno HrlBham, aged M yenis