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In jirobnto court Friday a llcenso to
noil real ostnto wns granted In tho eitnto
of Mitchell I.aclllaldo of llolton.
Tho condition of Mrs. C, D. Ordway,
who Is seriously 111 with pnoumonla,
showed a slight Improvement yesterday.
Mr and Mrs. CreorKo Hopkins of George
street leave In a few days for llhode
Island, whero they will make their homo
with their dautrliter, Mra. Smith.
Georgo Hobldotix nnrt Mario Louise
IMcrctiru were married Monday morn
ltnr nt seven o'clock nt St. Joseph's
Church by the nt. Iiev. J. M. Cloarco.
Miss Ollvo Matthews was tendered nil
nKnto shower Tuesday evening by her
friends from P. I). Abcrncthy's drcss-
maltltiK department In honor of her
itpproarhliiK mnrrlatra
Miss i:ila M. Mossey of St. Paul street,
toll operator at tho New England Tele
phono exchange, and an employe of tho
company for nhont ten years, has re-
slRiiod her position.
1 K, Helps, for some time foreman of
the Champlaln Manufacturing company,
has severed his connection with tho com
pnny In order to go into business for
Normun IT. Mcleod has rescued his
position with tho Chittenden County
Trust company, and has taken an agency
with the New York Life Insurance com-
jinny, with territory In Vermont.
Papers were entered Monday In Chit
teuden county court In tho suit of J.
8 Nay vs. John V. Jones, apt., an nc
twin to recover $200 for the alleged pas
t iingo furnished for eight cows belong
ing to the defendant.
Albert Hall and Kva l'lchettc were
m irrlrd Tuesday morning at seven
('clock at St. Joseph's Church by Mons.
.1 M. Clonrcc. They were nttended
' their fathers, Treffle Hnll nnd Joseph
The marriage of James S. lilxby, U. V.
M . 'es, now of Poughkeopsie, N. V., nnd
yis- May II. Hawley, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. D. C. Hawley, will take place
ut St Paul's Church at 10:30 o'clock, on
the morning of Saturday, June 3.
William Shce'ian and Mary Polworth
were found guilty In city court Mon
dav of first offenses of Intoxication, and
(cre fined the usual five dollars and
cat The former took an appeal and
ft.rnlshcd hnll In the sum of $50.
Public examinations of applicants
fo- free tuition will bo hold In tho var
ious towns of Vermont Thursday and
Friday, Juno 1 and 2. Questions for
the examination and blnnks for reports
wl'l be sent out early noxt week.
Only one candidate appeared yestorday
for each of the two civil service examina
tions conducted In the civil service room
of the federal building. The examinations
were for eiunllficatlon as highway engln
eer and topographer.
The marriago of Charles 11. Parker
of New York city, formerly of Burling
ton, and Miss Clara Meech Xosh, daugh
tor of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. V. ti. Nash of
Pasadena, Cal., will occur at tho Toner
farm In Charlotte at K:30 o'clock on tho
nfternoon of Saturdny, Juno 24.
Kate MrCann was arraigned In city
c urt yesterday forenoon and was found
y liltv of a second charge of Intoxication,
although she pleaded'not guilty. Her flno
was !' without costs, but she took an
appeal. Hall was furnished by F. G. Web
In the county clerk's office Thursday
t'i cabo of S. It. 13rovn agnliiht William
(oatcs was entered. This Is un action in
wlili.li tho plaintiff seeks to recover a.
horso which ho claims wandered away
and was found by tho defendant, who,
the plaintiff allege, 1ms appropriated
the .mimal to his own uses.
Mr und Mrs. John J. Flynn wero
called to North Dorset by the sudden
death of Mr. Flynn's mother, Mrs.
James Flynn, on Saturday afternoon from
the effe-ts of a fall from a piazza. Tho
funeral was held at North Dorset Monday
morning. Mrs. Flynn was 82 years of
Practically all of the crew of tho stonm
er Vermont Is now on toard and sho Is
ready for service. Beginning to-dny the
crew will b" fed on board. The steamer
vlll leave Slielburno harbor Saturday for
t ,1s city, going to Plattsburgh at 5 p. m.,
nnd starting from that port Monday
morning for Ticondoroga.
A silver shower wns given last even
ing to Miss Ducla E. Stoddard nt tho
graduate nurses' homo nt 10 Colchester
ivenue, In honor of her approaching
i inrrlage to Pcrley J. Hodgklns of John
ion. Tho house was prettily decorated
with lilies of tho valley and bridal wreath.
refreshments were served.
State Commissioner F. V. Davis of
White Itlvei Junction was In tho city
Thursday while superintending the work
of the Inspection of cattle In Chittenden
cDunty. Three men are working with
lum nnd as yet hnve found no badly
Inflated herds. In n herd of 1C0 tested
In Shelhurne, only one was found to be
The suit of Fred A. Owen of Illnos-
burg vs. Cynthia S. Mead, administratrix
of the estate of A. W. Mead of Ferris
burg, was entered In Chittenden county
rn'irt Thursday. It Is an action to re
cover ." alleged to be due 'tho plaintiff
lollowing a partnership entered Into be
tween thii parties for the purpose of
carrying on a farm In Ferrlsburg.
In conversation with n Free Press man
G F. North, who recently returned from
a winter's sojourn In California, spoke
f rthuslastlcnlly of the affection tar their
native State shown by Vermoiiters now
residing on the Pacific coast. At the nn-
Minl ".sugaring off" parly, held In a
grove near Los Angeles Just before Mr,
North left for Burlington, between 700
nr. el si) wero presont.
Humane Officer John Fuller yesterday
k'lled a dog that had Just bitten tho flvo-year-old
daughter of Edward Hughes at
tho corner of Park nnd Summer streets,
The little girl renched out her bund to
put tho animal when It seized on of her
arms nnd inflicted a Severn wound. The
animal nlso bit her neck. It Is said that
tho owner of the dog Is known and that
a prosecution mny follow.
Tho four-yenr-old dnughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Whlto wns struck In the fnco
nnd badly Injured yesterday nfternoon
by a brick which was thrown by a small
toy with whom sho was playing. Tho
child was hurried to tho Mary Fletclu;
hospital, whero sho will probably bo op
crated on to-dny. It Is not thought thn
the sight of either eye will bo lost, nl
though both uro In bud shape nt pros
Tho I 'diversity of Vermont baso bull
tram pluyed Ihreo gnines nt Centennial
Held during the week, winning nil of
them, nnd twlco shutting their opponents
out without n run. The scores were n
followst Saturday, Vermont 10, Durt-
Years off Suffering
Catarrh nnd Blood Dlsonso -
Doctors Fallot) to Curo.
Miss Mnlxil V. Dawklns, 1214 Lnfny
ctto St., Fort Wayno, Intl., writes!
"For three years 1 waa troubled with
catarrh nnd blood disease. I tried sev
eral doctors und a dozen different rem
edies, but none of them did mo ntiy
good. A frlontl told mo of Hood's Snr
Bnpartlla. I took two bottles of this
medicine nnd was as well and strong;
as evar. I feel llko a different person
nnd recommend Hood'o to nny one suf
fering from catarrh."
Got It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Saisatahs.
mouth 0; Monday, Vermont n, Manhattan
(i; Wednesday, Vermont fi, Manhattan 3.
IMalcolm pitched for Vermont Saturday
nnd Wednesday, and Winkler on Mon
day, Both nrc freshmen.
Mnrk Knley, who wns held over in
city court on a charge of having Intoxl
cntlng tltiuor on hand with Intent to sell,
was In court Monday nnd pleaded
guilty to an Information, filed against
him by tho State's nttorney. Ho was sen
tenced to not less than four nor more
thnn six months In tho county Jnll, but
was placed In tin- hands of tho probation
officer. Knley recently underwent an op
eration and Is now In poor henlth, Tho
liquor was ordered destroyed.
Ocorgc Moloney, K. years of nge, who
said ho lived In Holland, was arraigned
In city court Tuesday on a charge of
Intoxication, lie pleaded guilty nnd was
f.ned $3 and costs, with tho alternate
tin days in Jail, which he will serve.
Thomas Pope, an old offender, wns nr
r.ugned on n chnrgo of intoxication nnd
pleaded not guilty. The court gavo him
a flno of $13 and costs nnd 30 dnys In
Jail. He took nn nppeal and F. G. Web
ster became his surety In the sum of
flCrt. Pope's last nppearance In city court
v as on April 7, of this year.
The level of Lako Champlaln hns fallon
so that passage over Sand-Dar bridge Is
now possible. Tho bridge has been re
paired and put In shape for the season's
service. The fact docs not seem to be
generally known that the Legislature of
1310 took over the control of the bridge,
which had formerly been In chnrgo of
the towns Interested In It. Tho State of
Vermont now keeps the brldgo In condi
tion, at the expense of the common
wealth, and toll chnrges have ben re
moved, so that passage over the bridge
this year Is free of expense to all.
II. II. Wheeler of South Burlington hns
found a clipping from a Burlington news
paper advertising a stage lino oetween
Montpeller and Burlington, managed by
l-'bcnezer C. Braekett of Hnndolpb. The
advertisement, which Is dated May 15,
1S2S, Is headed by a picture of tho old
fashioned stugo coach, drawn by four
1 orses. The stage left Montpeller on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday morn
ings nt S o'clock and Burlington on Tues
days, Thursdays nnd Saturdays, nt the
same hour. Tim time of arrival In tho
two places wn not stated, but tho fare
ot ono dollar shows that it cost but lit
tle, more to make the trip those days
than now,
Tho IU. lie v. Arthur C. A. Hall has an
article, together with a portrait, ill the
Juno number of tho Ladles' Homo Jour
nal, published side by side with ono by
Charles W. Eliot, president emeritus of
Harvard, on "My Reosons for Believing
hat Mothers Should Speak Out." With
Ms custumary vigor, tho bishop says
that "It Is worse thnn foolish to shut
one's eyes to tho evils Involved In our
common school system of co-education,"
nnd ho makes an earnest plea "against
an ostrlch-Hke Ignoring of evil." Tho
bishop, who Is ill nt his restdonce at
Rock Point, Is slowly recovering from
an attack of bronchitis, being able to
bo up a portion of each day. All engage
ments until nfter Whitsunday, June 4,
ave been cancelled
Burns It. Eastman of the senior class
In tho University of 'V ermont college of
medicine, who was recently offered a po
sition by the Western General hospital
of Montreal, has accepted the opening,
r.d will liegin his duties thero on July
lu. Ho has received an appointment as
Irterne, and will have excellent oppor
tunities for post-graduate study. Ho is
to work under lir Wilson, who Is a rec
ognized authority upon X-ray work und
radiography. He will also have tho ad
untages of experience under some of tho
best surgeons In Montreal. Mr. Eastman,
whoso home Is In Woodsvllle, N. H., Is
a brother of Oliver N. Eastman, who was
rraduated lure In 1JS, nnd who Is now
connected with the Mar' Fletcher hos
pital. The board of registration for nurses,
consisting of Dr. D. C. Hawloy, presl
e'ont. Dr. C. A. dale of Rutland, treasur
er, and Miss Myrtle E. Miller of St.
Johnsbury, secretary, met last evening
rt the Van Ness house to formulate plans
for tho mce'tlng to-day, when nurses will
bo registered for tho first time In this
State. More than 200 applications for li
censes have already been received by tho
board, nnd theso will bo passed upon to
day. The session will open In the parlors
of tho Van Ness House at ten o'clock
this morning, and examinations will be
conducted for thoso graduates of train
ing schools, of whom It Is required. These
nro nurses who have gradunted slneo
Jnnuary first of this year. Tho former
graduates will be given certificates upon
payment of tho fee.
Mark Kuley, Jr., who livoa In tho prem
ises at the corner of Maple and Battery
streets wns Kivon u hearing In city court
Ttlday before Judge Palmer, and was
held for county court on a chargo ot keep
ing on hand intoxicating liquor with In
lent to sell. He wns placed lu
jail In default of ball. Pollen
Officers Berry, Brodlo nnd Crow
ly raided Kaley's place about 2:3a Tuos
dny morning nnd secured a bottle of
whiskey with n quantity of beer. They
testified 1" the finding Friday lu court
und said they had seen people enter what
they supposed was the entrance of Ka
e y's apartnn nts Into In the night When
thuy raided the place they found four
men, In addition (o Kuley, In the kitchen
and part of a glass of beer wns standing
on the table. City Attorney Muilltou
prose-cuted and Fred It. Campbell ap
peared for the defendant.
Milk Inspector II. L. Thomson calls at
tentlon to tho fact that applications for
milk licenses are now ready nt the State
I.ubonKorj of Hygiene and may bo ol
tallied ut nny time before June 1. The nr.
pllcunt, In tilling out tho fuiin, must
specify whither a wholesale or retail
business Is to bo conducted, the location
of the dairy nnd the date of the last
tuberculin test. An application fee of y,
Ih required with the retail application,
tho fee being returned when thn license
Is granted. Among tho changes that huvti
been ninde In the city ordliiuiues relutlng
to milk dealers Is ono requiring that
all cows shall bo tuberculin tested oik k
In two years. Heretofore this onlln.iiien
has not been so constructed that It could
be enforced but the revision will remedy
this defect. Inspector Thomson now has
application blanks for the benefit of
those who wish to havo rattle tested.
Theso blnnks may be obtained at the
Stute. laboratory and when filled out win
be sent to Cnltlo Commissioner Davis
ot Whlto lllvcr Junction.
Edward D. lllloy, a second year student
In tho University of Vermont Collect, of
Medicine, who met with an uccldent Mon
day. Just after the disbanding of the
collego "pcernde," has been found to bo
more severely Injured than was at first
supposed. Mr. Illley was tho charioteer
for "Julius Cnesar," nnd drovo the four-
1 urso toam that boro tho great conqueror
of 2,000 years ago. After the parado ho
wns driving up Pearl street ot a. brisk
trot when ono of tho polo horses fell. Mr.
Riley was thrown out, and In tho fall
his right elbow struck tho ground with
much force. Ho did not believe himself
Injured, nnd nfter nsslstlng In getting
the horse upon Its feet ngaln, be drovo
en up the street, In the nfternoon ho
((tended tho base ball game, and while
(hero ho found his arm wns so badly
swollen nnd so pnlnful that ho left be
fore the game was over. Upon examina
tion It was found that the ligaments wero
severely Injured and ona bono of the fore
arm had been broken near tho elbow
joint. Ho will probably not h.avo tho use
cr his arm for several weeks, but It Is
hoped that no permanent disablement
will result. N
The market remnlns nbout the same this
week. New fruit Is slow In coming In.
Pineapples nro not quite ns high as last
week, and strawberries nlso are grndnal
ly going down. Now cabbage hnn appear
ed, selling for six cents per pound. In
retail grains (here Is no change, Ijakc
pike nro selling for 12'i cents per pound
n'ld lamb chops havo risen to 30 cents
por pound.
The following quotations nre furnish
ed tho Free Press by Jones & Isham,
the Burlington Fruit company, L. A.
Chaso and C. A. Barber.
Beef dressed
Eggs, doz
Hay, per ton, loose
Has-, per ton, baled ....
,C5 to .10
Potatoes, bu
Asparagus, home grown
Beets, bunch
Butter, separator, creamery.
New cabbage', lb
Carrots, bunch
Water cress, bunch
Ncufchatel cheeso
Cream cheese, each
Creeu siring beans, qL
Edam cheess, eacl
Sage Cheese, lb
Swiss cheese, lb
Pmcollvo cheese
Walnut cheese
Welsh rabbit
plcanto cheeso
Roquefort cheese, lb
Eggs, doz
Egg plant, each
Flour, bread, bbl
Flour, pastry, bbl
Dandelion greens, peck ...
Lettuce. Boston bnll head.
Lettuce, homo grown, head
Mince meat, 11
New maple syrup, gal
Now maple sugar, lb
Olive Oil, gallon
Onions, Spanish
Onions, Bermuda
Oyster plants, bunch
Green onions, bunch
Parsley bunch
New Potatoes, peck
Potatoes, bu
Rhubarb, lb
Radishes, bunch
Spinach, peck
Tomatoes, lb., hot honso
,iacon, lb
Beef, roast, lb
Ducks, lb
Hams, lb
11, i ins, sliced, lb
Leaf lurd
Lake pike
Native roasting chickens, lb.
Pork Roast, lb
Pork Chops, lb
Pork Sausage
Porterhoufe stcuk, lb
Round Steak, lb
Bait Pork, lb
Sirloin Steak, lb
Spring lamb, hind quarter....
Spring lamb, forward quarter
Spring lambs, chops
Turkeys, lb
Veal Steak, lb
Bran, cwt
J1.3iVi) J1.33
. $i2in
J1.103J1 60
,. 1.40(Til 50
Cornmeal, cwt
Buy, buled, cwt
Hay, loose, ton
Ilenfeed, mixed, cwt, .
Middlings, cwt
Oats, bu
Oat straw, balej cwt.
Provender, No. 1 cwt. .
Provender, No. 2 cwt.
roultry wheat, cwt J2.00OJ2 20
Bonnnns, doz
Red bananas, doz
Dates, paekago
Figs, Jars
Fresh figs, lb
Grapo fruit, each
Lomons ,
Strawberries, basket ..
.'J.V'I M
.1.V.I 23
.v,i in
I). I,. Iluker Hi m'In W. . (irn j stone
as llrnil uf Woultxirtti Mure,
William A. Gruystune. who ha., been
manager of F. W Wool worth ,i Co.'s
live and Ten-Cent stun- In this city for
thn post seven year", lift Burlington last
night, lie went to Ilolv.ike. Mass., whero
ho assumes charge this nin.-nlng of the
Veiolworlb store In that city. Ills family
v.;i remain In Burlington through tho
summer, prohubu. and at least until
Mr. Ornystnne Is 33 years of nge. Ho
n Ived his prcp-i ration for tho buslnoss
In Utlco, N. Y . and the local storo wns
tho (list one of which he has had charge.
Under his mimiigeinent tlm business hero
hns been inure' than doubled In amount,
lie wns (untried on August V WS.
Miss Mir,- M.ilm, ilnucllter Of Mrs.
Winifred t.uilnu of (his clly.
Mrs (iriivstono havo threo
Mr, und
Winifred, Helen nnd Ruth.
In llolyoko Mr. C.rayslone will bo tho
succeKor of W. M. Hyme,
who hns been
.. l7wl wtrt I,
promoted to hnvo charge u.
storo In Plltsburg. Tho llolyoko buslnesn
Is fully twlco ns largo as tho one. dono
''departure, Mr. Grstono was
ot an elk's tooth, handsomely mounted
with tho device of the Benevolent and
Pro cotlvo Order of I31ks. Mr. Graystone
expressed his appreciation of his em
ployes by a modest gift to each ono In
tho stote.
D. L. Baker, who succeeds Mr. Grny
stono as manager of tho loonl store, nr
H"e4 In Burlington yestorday morning,
nnd spent tho day In making himself
familiar with tho details of tho business.
Ho takes chnrgo of tho ntoro this morn
ing. Mr. Baker Is a tuitlvo of Pennsyl
vania, nnd Is not married. Ho was a
buyer for a department store In Pennsyl
vania beforo ho entered the employ of
F. W. Woolworth & Co. Ho learned their
business In tho storo nt 4M Washington
street, Boston. Ho was then given charge
or the Woolworth storo In South Boston.
Iater ho was mado manager of tho com-
lany'a storo In Taunton, Mass., and from
thero he nssumed chargo of their store
n Lynn, Mass., which ho leaves to be-
como manager of tho Burlington store.
Although Lynn Is n larger city than Bur
lington, tho change Is In effect a promo
tion for Mr. Baker, Inasmuch as tho busi
ness dono hero Is greater In amount. Mr.
Baker Is a man of wldo experience and
unusually pleasing personality, nnd he
begins his mnnagemont hero with tho
best wishes of nil.
nxcriisioN to Missiseiroi tatik.
The Central Vermont railway will run
nn excursion to Mlsslsquol park Sunday,
Juno 4. Special train leaves Waterbury
a, m.: Richmond 10:22 a. m,; Bur
lington 10:01; Wlnooskl 10:00 a. m.; Essex
Jet. 10:10 ru m.; Milton 11:01 a. m.;
C-rorgla 11:11 n. m.i St. Albans 11:40 n.
m. Returning, special train will leavo
Mlsslsquol pnrk nt 5:00 p. m. F.iro from
Waterbury JI.I5; 'Richmond trie; Burling
ton and Wlnooskl K-; Essex Jet, 70o;
Milton Me; Georgia 4f.e; St. Albans 55c,
eo flyers for train service nnd fnros
from stations not named. No children's
llckrts sold,
124, W,2,VM.d ,27,20,31 . J.l .3
Stnte Commission Convinced Tint
Sotne One Lies lu Lynch Case.
Tho public service commission has Issued
orders for the elimination of grade
crossings at Brighton, Sheldon, Sharon
nnd Charlotte
In tho matter of the fatal accident to
E. W. Skcels nnd Michael Mnlono near
Fair Haven on December 1, when a west
bound freight train collided with another
westbound freight, tho commission soys
that the engineer of No. 21 wns negligent
In not keeping a proper look-out for tho
P.ngman. Tho commission nlso suggpsts
that there should he a passing track at
that station.
The commission siys In regard to tho
fatal accident to Daniel FItzslmmons at
Fair Haven on Janunry 20 that wliile
holding a wire alive through the trans
former his other hand camo In contact
with the feeder wire, forming a current
through his body to the transformer nnd
In the derailment of th Barre & Mont
peller Traction & Power compnny's ear
at Barre February 27, the commission
Is unable to find or fix upon the real cause
of the accident.
In regard to the fatal nccldent to M. J.
Lynch nt West Hartford on December 15,
the commissioner ore embarrnssed about
the conlllctlng testimony between tho en
gineer nnd brakemnn. They state "We
have nn opinion ns to the real truth of
the mntter; ' one of them lies, we are
well satlslleil of that, but we do not feel
that cnniklenco about that matter that
warrants us in finding which Is tho
The commission nlso finds that neither
the conductor nor Mr. Lynch wns at all
to blame. "Mr. Lynch, wo think, was In
tho lino of his duty; for ho would natural
ly want to eeo to It that tho brake beam
was adjusted so as not to drag and dam
age the roadbed; and probably that was
precisely what he was doing. If wo
knew, or felt well enough convinced to
announce whether It Is the engineer or
tho brnkeman who Is lying as to what
the brakemnn said, the blnmo could be
easily fixed. As It Is. wo leave the matter
on the above findings without further
Clinngcn to Ho Mmle An Soon An Cnn-
trnot In Awarded.
General Monngor D. A. Loomls of tho
Champlaln Transportation company has
nv eived and placed In the hands of lo-
cnl contractors tho specifications for the
changes to bo made In tho building at
tho wharf and to the building at tho
enrner of South Battery and King streets,
which will be used for offices. As soon
as the contract Is awarded work will bo
Ve gun.
Tho building at the corner of Battery
and King streets, used for many years as
r sail loft by James Wakefield, will bo
i.'od for tho offices of the general mana
rcr and tho clerical form The building
will be fitted up In good shapo with a
hot water heating plant, nrnv floors,
windows, doors, office furnlturn and toi
let rooms. Here will be conducted the
office work of both thn Lake Champlaln
end Uike George companies.
At the wharf Important Improvements
'vlll he made. A system of running water
will be Installed nnd lavatories will be
added. Tho waiting rooms will be materi
ally enlarged and tho room now used for
..noral offices will he divided between
them and the freight office and ticket
office, both of which will undergo im
provements. DICKEY-EDWARDS.
Manchester, X. II.. Man Tube Well
Knimn lliiillnglon filrl for Ills llrlde.
Ralph Cooper Dickey of Manchester,
N. H., nnd Miss Emma Frances Ed
wards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
W. Edwards of 31 Orchard Terrace, were
quietly married yesterday morning nt tho
homo of the bride. Only tho Immediate
family wore present. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Ernest G. Guthrie
and the conplo left shortly afterwards
un a wedding (rip. They will be nt homo
after July 1 nt 15 Appleton street, Man
chester, N. H. The brhle Is well known
In Burllnglou, having (aught school suc
cessfully fur u nnmlK.-r of years.
Montpeller, May 34. Tho annual meeting
of tho U-ike Mausllold Trout club will oe
held June 14 nt eleven o'clock nt tho
club bouse on Mount .MaiiHlleld. The usual
routine business will bo taken up and
also such action us may bo necessary
to empower tho directors to nllow llsb
lug before June 1 In such years as (hey
may regard as proper. Tho club houso
nddlllon has been completed nt u total
expense of J3,W.SS. Juno 13 will bo tho
day on which thn trout for the annual
dinner will bo caught, filnco the open
Ing of 'ho club 7,101 1-2 pounds of trout
havo been taken out. Tho president of
the club Is .M. II. Htddvll. Tho terms
of tho following dlreolors ox-plro this year:
L. 11. Cioss, C. L. McMnhon, M. W.
Luvejoy, Dr. II. C. Brlghnm und M. II
HeRUlates tho bowels, promotes ensy
natural movementB, cures consdpa
(Ion -Dentil's IloKtilctB. Ask your drug
glat for tlictru 2&o n. box.
, M , f
Cyril ;. I'rlngle.
Dr. Cyrus C, Prlnglo died between three
and four o'clock this morning utter a
week's Illness with pneumonia, aged 73
years. Ho leaves a brother, George D.
Prlnglo of Charlotte, and a daughter In
New York city. The tlmo nnd placo of
the funeral have not yet been decided
upon. A wcok ngo Sunday Dr. Prlnglo
walked nlno miles lu Windsor to visit
a friend, making tho return trip partly
on foot hut mostly by corrlnge, and It
Is thought that from this exertion
hl'i lllnosB duted. A year ago
Inst winter ho fell upon tho
Ico nt Mnllett's Bay, whero he had
gene to visit n man who did collecting
for him, since when ho had been in
poor henlth, surronng much from
rheumatism. About a month ngo,
however, ho considernldy Improved In
henlth nnd nnnnunred to his friends
that he hnd concluded his collecting
In Mexico nnd would this summer be
gin wen-k In South America.
Cyrus Guernsey Pdlnglc was born In
Charlotte May fi, tho son of fleorge
nnd Loulso Hnrrls Prlngle. Ho received
a clnsfdcnl education In tho various
schools of tho State and In Canadn, and
wns given tho honornry degree of A. M.
hy Mlddlelrury College nnd the degree of
Sc. D. hy the University of Vermont In
lf. From 1RS1 until 1SS1 ho collected ox
tenslvely In forestry and botany In Ari
zona, Sonoro, California, Oregon and
Washington ns collector for the American
Museum of Natural History of New York.
Since ins he has been botanical collector
for Harvard University and keeper of the
herbarium at the University of Vermont.
His thorough exploration of tho Hora of
old Mexico has resulted In tho placing of
lnrge collections, about ono In live of the
lilants being new species, In HO or more
ot tho most important herbaria of tho
entire world. Ills wnrk gained him much
f lme nnd he wns recognized ns a scientist
of the first rank. From l'W to 131 he
contributed to Garden nnd Forest .articles
on the forest vcRotatlon of Mexico nnd on
otnnlcnl travel In Mexico. In personality
re was shy and modest, and unobtrusive
lu manner. Tho herbarium and his own
rooms In tho top of the Williams Science
hull were a delightful place to visit, per
vaded ns they were by his genial, when
you know him well, and truly charming
personality. He was a member of tho
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
r.nd of the New England Botanical club.
Mr. I'ernlwHn Cook Snylcs.
Mrs. Pernlssa Cook Sayles, widow e.f
tho late Ira W. Sayles of Jonravltle, died
nt tho home of her daughter, Mrs. W,
S. Wager. SI Buell street, early Thurs
day morning, following an illness of 13
weeks with hemorrhage of tho brain.
Mrs. Sayles was born In Wnlllngford,
Novemlxr 17, 1S42. She removed to this city
IS years ago to reside with her daughter,
Mrs. William A. Towno of 16 South Wll
Inrd street, her husband having died two
years previous. Mrs. Sayles wns the last
of her generntlon. She Is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Towne and Mrs. Wager,
and by ono grandson, Everett Towne.
She was an attendant at tho Unitarian
Church. The funeral was held Saturday
rfternoon nt four o'clock at St Buell
slre-et. nnd tho Interment wns In Hunt
ington. Stephen Mornn
Stephen Moran of S2 North avenue was
found dead vesterday afternoon at about
four o'clock in tho rear of J. It. Booth's
barn at tho foot of Bank street. Mr.
Mornnhnd been seen at noon sitting undor
a treo near the top of the steep hill, but
when found he was flat upon his stomach
with his neck across tho sill of thu cellar
found dead Monduy afternoon at about
window, Mr. Moron who was about 37
years old, was formerly In tho employ of
J. R, Booth company or 20 years. Ho la
survived by five brothers, Patrick II., Wil
liam, Eelwnrd H., John, Jr., nnd Joseph.
Tho funeral was held Wednesday
morning at St. Mary's Cathedral at nine
Jo (in A. Clllne).
John A. Gulney ot 170 South Battery
street died Monday afternoon at 12 ;30
o'clock of heart failure. Mr. Galney hael
been employed by tho Central Vermont
Ruilwuy company us brnkeman und later
us conductor, tor the punt M years. He
was born In Wulllngford and hnd lived
In this eity for only the past three weeks.
Ho was seized with un attack of grip
two weeks ago. He Ih survived by two
brothers, Henry of Manchester, and Wil
liam T, of Wulllngford. The remains
wero taken Monday evening to Wulllng
ford, whoic his parents are burled
Mth. Lnurn A. Cnrelucll.
Mrs. Luura A. Curdwoll died Saturday
nfte-rnoon at the residence of her daugh
ter, Miss Elizabeth L. Cardwell, 37 Park
avenue, following a short Illness with
heart trouble. She wns over 75 yenrs old,
nd Is survived by her daughter and two
sons, Foster M. of Pittsburg, Pa., and
Gilbert B. of Youngstown, Ohio. The
body was taken to Keesovllle, N, Y
for Interment.
.Itili ii Murphy.
Mass was said Tuesday morning ut St
Patrick's chapel for John Murphy, form
erly of Mlddlebury, who died Saturday
evening nt u local Institution, Mr.
Murphy wns 73 years old und Is survived
by a wife, a son, James, and dnughter,
Mrr. T. F. Banning, of Hartford, Conn.
Tho body wns .-ent Tuesday on
the S -15 train to Hartford for Interment.
Mm, Gilbert F. Hint.
Mrs. Allco Sttckney Rlst, wlfo of Dr.
Gilbert F. Rlst, dlod Into Inst evening
nt her home, 11 South Union street,
following n several weeks' Illness. Sho
Is survived by her husband, nnd .ior
father, mother, nnd ono sister of Hnn-
oor, N. H. No arrangements for th'i
funeral havo been mnde.
I, u eil but I'nv Hours nfter DrlnUllii
a Solution of nuimli,
The llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Trombloy of HO Cedar street died
at one o'clock yesterdny mornlnir as
the result of drlnklnu a solution of
potash. The llttlo boy, n year and half
old, pot hold of a plans Tuesday morn
Int; containing n solution of potash,
used by Mrs. Trombloy In washlllK
Minio clothe i, and dnink two teaspoon
fuls. Dr. P. J. McKonzIo wns sum
moned nnd wllh Dr. P. II. McSweeney
did ovorylhlnir possible, Tho funeral
will Lp held (his nflernoon nt 2:30 at
St, Joseph's Church, with Interment
In Mount Cnlvnry comotory.
Orders havo been Issued from tho head
quarters of tho 1st Infantry, V. N, CI.,
detiilllnh' tho ofllccrw of tho reslment for
retrurar duty at PlattsburBh bexrracks
from June 0 to 10, Inclusive This will bo
for the Instruction of the militia officers.
Plume fKl Prlvnte KxclmiiRc Conneetlnrt All Dpptn.
MAY 25,
Summer Sale of Toilet
Begins This Morning and Continues Untii Saturday Night
The Best Known Preparations, Little Prices. Unequalled
The first summer salo of toilet preparations is announced
for Thursday's, Friday's and Saturday's selling, and it is a aale
greater in variety, and for lower prices, than can be secured, ex
cept in these periodical sales.
You will find this a most opportune occasion to secure sup
plies of toilet preparations for some time to come, and if you
have never seen tho vast stocks of the best-known and standard,
pure toilet preparations in stock, here, this sale affords you a
most economical introduction.
Cuticura Soap, 25c size... 21c
Pears' Unscented Soap 11c
Monad Violet Soap, (Col
gate's) 21c
Sandalwood Soap, (Col
gate's) 21c
Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet
Soap 16c and 24c
Rodger & Gallett's Savon
Sanitol 39c
Rodger & Gallett's "Vio-
lettc" Soap 25c
Hudnut's Facial Soap 25c
Woodbury's Facial Soap.. 19c
Packard's Tar Soap 19c
Colgate's Bath Soap, (large
size 10c
Colgate 's White Clematis,
3 cakes 21c
Colgate 's Pure Castile Soap 10c
"Laco" Castile Soap 10c
Palm Olive Soap 8c
Colgate's Glycerine Soap,
3 cakes 25c
Colgate's Guest Room Soap, ,
assorted odors, 10c cakes,
dozen $1.00
Colgate's Shaving Soap... Co
Colgate 's shaving Stick . . . 21c
Colgate's Shaving Powder. 21c
Colgate's Liquid Green
Soap, (large bottle) 50c
Large cakes pure Castile
Soap, per cake 10c
Pure Castile Soap, in pound
bars, per pound 50c
Peroxide Soap 15c
Hudnut's Creme Sec, (dry
cream), in jars 50c
Hudnut's Marvelous Cold
Cream, in jars 50c
in tubes 25c
Daggert & Ramsdell's Cold
Cream in tubes. .10c and 21c
in jars 33c and 45c
Sanitol Cold Cream 21c
Sanitol Dry Cream 21c
Pompeian Massage Cream,
50c-size 39c
$1.00-size GOc
Creme de Merider, in jars. .25c
Vantine's Oriental Cold
Cream, in jars 21c
Vantine's Geisha Disappear
ing Cream, in jars 45c
Creme Elcaya, in large jars. 43c
Hudnut's Dcntaluxe Pow
der 25c
Hudnut's Dentaluxe Paste. 25c
Colgate's Dental Cream, in
tubes 10c and 20c
Colgate's Dental Powder,
in bottle or can 15c
Extra large size 25c
Sozodont Tooth Powder or
Paste 21c
Sanitol Tooth Powder,
Paste, or Liquid 21c
Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder, ,21c
"Cal ox" Tooth Powder... 19c
Hudnut's Extreme Violet.. 75c
Hudnut's Violet Sec 75c
Large 8-ounce bottles. .$1.40
Hudnut's Yanky Clover . . ,75c
Hudnut's White Lilao 75c
Hudnut's White Heliotrope 75c
Hudnut's Elaine $1.00
Rodger & Gallett's Violette 75c
Colgate's Monad Violet 75c
Colgate's Violet, large hot-
ties 50c
Colgate's Violet 25c
Colgate's Dactylis.25c and 50c
Colgate's Robina Toilet
Water 25c and 50c
Colgate's Lilac Imperial,
25c and 50c
Vantine 's Toilet Water in as
sorted Oriental odors ...75c
Colgate's Dactylis 15c
Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet,
Colgate's Violet loc
Mennen's Sen Yang Talcum
Powder 15c
Monnen's Borated 15c
Mennen's Violot Talcum Pow
der 15c
Mennon's Rose Tint Talcum
Powder 15c
Corylopsis of Japan 15c
Colgate's Violet, extra largo
cans 25c
Hudnut's Violet Sec Talcum
Powder 25c
Hudnut's Extromo Violet
Toilet Powder 50c
"Squibb's" Carnation Violot
and Unscontcd Talcum
Powder 18o
Vantino'B Sana-Dermal Tal
cum Powdor 15c
Trailing Arbutus Talcum
Powder in glass jars,
12c and 21c
Colgate's Monad Violet, per
oz 50c
Colgate's Italian Violet, oz.,
Colgate's White Rose, one
half oz. bottles j... 25c
Colgate's Jockey Club, one
half oz. bottles 25c
Colgate's Heliotrope, one
half oz. bottles 25c
Colgate 's Dactylis, one-half
oz. bottles 25c
Colgate 's Robina, one-half
oz. bottles 25c
Hudmit's Chrysis, per oz., 50c
Hudnut's Wood Violet, por
oz 50c
Hudnut's Cardinal Lily, per
oz 50o
Hudnut's Monalisa, per oz., 50o
Hudnut's Napolian Violet,
per oz 50c
Hudnut's Stephanotis, per
oz 50c
Hudnut's White Rose, per
oz 50c
Hudnut's Aimee, per oz. ..50c
Hudnut's Lily of the Valley,
per oz 50c
Hudnut's White Heliotrope,
per oz 50c
All the above gocds sold by
the half oz., if desired, at 25c
per half oz.
Elaine, one-half oz., 25c, oz. 50c
Yanky Clover,
one-half oz., 25c, oz., 50c
White Heliotrope,
one-half oz., 25c, oz., 50c
one-half oz., 25c, oz., 50c
Wood Violet,
one-half oz., 25c, oz., 50c
Virginia Rose 50c
Sachet Levere 50c
Violet Sec 50c
Corylopsis Sachet, one-half
oz. bottles 25c
"Mum," 25c size 21c
Sanitol Liquid Shampoo. . .44c
Dyoxogen 21c and 44c
Listerine 21c and 44c
Peroxide 7c
Pint Bottle Witch Hazel. . .19c
Hind's Honey and Almond
Cream 37c
Hudnut's Benzoin 75c
Hudnut's Cuticle Acid 25c
Hudnut's Violet Brilliantine,
Hudnut 's Liquid Nail
Enamel 50c
Hudnut's Nail Luster 50c
Hudnut's Marvelous Nail
Polish 25c
Hudnut's Violet Sec Toilet
Powder 25c
Hudnut's Emery Boards,
doz 50c
Hudnut 's Orange Wood
Sticks 5c and 10c each
Rodger Gallet Poudre Do
Riz 25c
Pure White Vasseline,
10c and 21c
Carbolated Vaseline 15c
Blue Seal Vaseline, 5c and 10c
Vaseline Camphor Ice 10c
Bromo-Seltzer 21c
Frostilla, 25c size 21c
Pond's Extract, 50c size... 39c
Sawyer's Ammonia, large
bottles 10c
Violet Ammonia, pint size, ,15c
Lysol, $1.00 size 75c
Bay Rum, 25c size 21c
Hudnut's Bay Rum, large
bottles 50c
Hudnut's Violet Superba, GOc
Hudnut's Violet Sec, nil tints,
La Blanche Faco Powder, all
tints 44c
Hudnut's Violet Sec Loaves,
Hudnut's Violet Sec Toilet
Powder 25c
Manicure Scissors, 50c and 75c
Nail Files, fiexiblo,
10c, 15c, 25c
Handled Nail Files, 25c and 50c
Nail Clippers 50c
Corn Razors 50c nnd $1.00
Pimple Removers 10c
Handled Tweezers 2"5o
Manicure Sets, 3 pieces,
pearl handles, set $1.25

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