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HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from page 1.)
BelvMoro, Sho wns nccompunlod by her
niece, Miss Ftilth Wnlker, who has a po
sition In the same school, Tho cuttle ship
ment from thin section Monday consisted
of three carloads of cow, calves ami
hogs for tho New York and lloston mar
kets'. Mr. L. C. Hussctl and her son,
George, left .Sunday for tho West, where
they will visit relatives for tho next few
weeks. .Miss Atiirgttetito Lane, who has
hccii visiting relatives In town and Corn
wall, 1ms gone to Itolnnd, N. C, whero
she Is Instruelnr In doniestla science In
St. Mary's school. Mr. nnd Mm F. Owens
left Monday uttcrimon for n lo days' trip.
Mrs. Owens w nt to Vergonncs and will
later go to Bristol, while Mr. Owens went
to llothel, his boyhood homo. Monday,
market day, eggs brought Ei cents tmd I
butter 21 to 25 cents. Mrs. Footo nnd
dnUKhter, Mrs. Hatpin, nnd her younc
daiiKhter of Rutherford, N, J who have
been spondltiK tho pnd six weeks with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Walker of Wry
brldRe street, started on their way Mon
day. Mrs. Marlon Thomas, mother of
President John M. Thomas, went Mon
day for a Tew days' stay nt her son's sum
mer homo on ltlxby Island, whero Presi
dent Thomas Is recuperntliiB from tho ef
fects of his recent operation for appendicitis.-Tho
Rev. Charles linear, pastor of
tho First Congregational Church of Al
bany, N. Y., occupied tho pulpit of tho
ConKreiintlonnl Church hero both morn
Itn; nnd evening, and It Is expected that
Dr. Hafrar will airaln otllclato In the s.'imo
capacity next Sunday. Tho $25 which Mrs.
George Steele thought had been stolen
from her, and the thoft of which sho com
plnlned to tho pollco Saturday eVenliiK,
were found between tho mattresses of a
bed nt her home. Hut this she Is snro Is
not tho placo where sho bad hidden tho
money. Miss Mary Cont?dnn of WnllliiK
ford Is making a two weoks' vacation
vlf.lt to friends In Mlddlobury.
Tho horso which Ell Cody, allius Smith,
sot Saturday from Adam Center, Jr., In
nrnndon In oxchantro for tho horso which
ho stole earlier In tho week of Scott and
Noyes of Rutland, and In which trade
Cody not $25 hoot money, wns left by him
Sunday In the care of C. n. Cornwall,
who lives on tho Ilnllldny place a couple
or miles east of this village. Tho buKW,
which was stolen from J. J. Morse of
Rutland, completed the riff left with Mr.
Cornwall. As soon n.s ho not llsht on tho
affair Cornwall notified Deputv Sheriff
N. J. Honford, who In turn notified tho
Rutland and Rriiudon parties Interested
iiinl W dnesdav Mr. Center not bis horso
and Mr. Moie his bmw. Hut no trace
has been found since Sunday of Cody,
or Smith, In this vicinity. James Per
kins, Jr., the 13-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. .1,'iuios Perkins of this town, has
returned from the Mary Fletcher hospi
tal In Hnrllimton, whole four months
iko ho had one ankle nprnlod upon.
The ankle bad hcon broken when he was
5 nr C yeais old and mm m, d to h ive
never been set. At the hopital a very
severe but suci e-'-ful operation was ver-
formed. The ankle was broken aK'.iln. n.
piece of hollo reiniived and It was then
ii-set. It has now crown together In Mich
good shape that the foot is as stialHht
as the other and It Is believed that when
It has had time to Ret sufficiently stroiiK
will be sound attain. Ainnni? tho peoplo
lure from out of town nro W. W. O'Nell
of lialtimoro, V. T. Graves of Hudson,
N. Y , E. P. MyrlPk and Mr. and Mrs.
E. . Rowers of lirldport, 'George F. Cur
tis of llnrllnKton, Carl C. Ackermnn of
Syracuj-o, N. Y., Alfred K. Holton and
lleiiiy R. Wlelder of Utlca, N. Y., and
Edwnrd Kennedy of Troy, N. Y. All de
pnrtiuentH of tho inaible mill are elo.-cd
down this week while a new water wheel
Is helntf set in place. Mr. and Mr. Allen
Ii. Vlttmn have Issued cards announcing
tho coming marriage of their daughter,
Grace Caroline, to Harry Leon Cushman
nil Tuesday, September 11), nt eight o'clock
in St. Stephen's Eplscopil Church of
tin-, lllagp. George T. Kidder left Tues
d iv morning for Shorbrooke, Can., for a
" days' .stay. Eugene Rogers of Hrlstoi
Is hero for an extended stay. William
Fori Is back from a two weeks' visit at
Ins old home In Laconla, N. H. Mrs.
Ransom S. Kellogg of Shorehom, who N
isltlng her daughter, Miss Ilattle Kel
logg, on College street, when about to
go upstairs Mondav night opened the
wrong door In tho unfamiliar bouse and
Instead of going upstairs fell down the
rellnr stairway. She sustained a broken
nose nnd was severely bruised other
wise. Tho Rev. Dr. Ezra Dralnard and
Mrs. Rralnnrd aro In Co.stleton on a visit
to Principal nnd Mrs. Charles A. AdnniM.
Miss Ada Gee of Plttsford Is In town
for a two weeks' stny with friends. Otis
Abbey and Chester S. Elmer went to
Rutland Wednesdny to attend the animal
reunion of the 11th Regiment Vt., Vol., of
tho Civil War, both having been mem
bers of Co. E of tbar regiment Miss
Gertrude Drodle, a gr.iduato of tho local
collego In this yenr's class, has been en
gaged to tench English for the coming
year In tho West ltutlnnd high school
Mrs, Charles I. Rutton is In Urnndnn for
a few days with relatives. -At the regu
lar monthly meeting Wednesday, the
board of pension examining surgeons hnd
only ono old soldier before them for ex
amination. The Home circle Aid society
of the Methodist Church will meet with
Mrs. Corkrnn nt the parsonage next Tues
day afternoon, September 12, at four
o'clock. Supper will be served and a cor
dial Invitation Is extended to all.
f'harle.) Severance has shipped a carload
"f Merrlno sheep to Mexico.
Walter 13, Dalryniple lias purchased i
half Interest In the firm of O. C. Hal
rvmpln K- Son, and will be associated with
bis brother, William A. Halrymple, who
retnins his half Interest In tho business.
Tho business will now he can led on un
der the firm nnmo of W, A. nnd W. II.
Miss Ruth Dickenson left Saturday for
Fond du Luc, Wis., after spending the
summer with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs, E. G. Norton. Mrs. Ward ami son
of Cornwall aro vlbltlng Mrs. V. D.
Woodman. A son was burn recently to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Osmond Preston. Mrs. A.
G. Stevens returned Saturday to Holton
after spending the week with Mrs. Rich
ard Maldoon Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C.
Taber of Mlddleliury spent Sunday with
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 11. Tnber
Mr. nnd Mrs. fleorgo Slnon and daugh
ter, Frances, of Darlington nro visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mis. n. J, Simp
son, Mis. J. .1. Aiinchmnn of New York
is visiting her Mster, Mrs. David W.
Ryan Mrs. !'. E. Illxby and daughter,
Miss Ella Illxby, of Huillngtnn visited
Miss Dorothy Illxby Saturday.
Miss Jonnle Rallantyno of Walton, N.
Y, is lsltlng Mrs Levi Drown. XIr. and
Mra. William H. Rllsor of Newark, N. J.,
,iro visiting Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Water
man. Mrs. William Chmn mid daugh
ter, Mnrjorlu, of Round Lake, N. V are
vlsltlntf Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Urlstol.
Mrs. George L. Kirk and daughter, Dor
othy, of Rutland nio guests of Miss Grace
E. Klngslnnd Harry Cogswell returned
Mondaj from a Wslt to her sister, Mrs.
E I. Jiwlyn of Waturbiiry. The month
ly business meeting of the Epworth
League will bo held In the parlors of tho
Methodist church Frldny evening. Wat
son McKluney of Malone, N. Y, Is visit
ing Ills cousin, Mrs, Joseph Rushlow
MJUm FOuoU. Brulth uf Rautau U vlUtlnsc
her sisters, Aire, Timothy Novlllo nnd
Mrs. i:. H. AtcGovern.-Alrs, Badger and
daughter of Burlington aro visiting Mra.
Joseph Carter, Tho Independent Reading
Circle met with Mrs. Arthur Hawk
ins Wednesday afternoon.
.Mrs. ntistln Harrows Is attending tho
fair at Pluttsbtirgh, N, y after which
sho will visit her sister at Chuzy, N. Y.
A daughter was recently born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. William Owem-HIlary Deacon of
Sholburno l'tills was tho sliest of Leon
ard lteliaud Tuesday. K. A. Ellthorp 1
attending tho reunion of bis regiment
buhl at ltutlnnd. Miss Mary Htono Is
attending tho Slnto Normal school at
North Adams, Mass. Mr, and Mrs.
Goorgo Kluon bavo raturnod to llnrllnK
ton after a visit to her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs, II. J. Snilthson. Cards hnvo lioen
received here announcing tho marrlago
at St. Stephen's I'liurcb, Mlddlobury, on
Tuesday ccnlng, tho 1Mb, of draco Curo-
lltio, oldest daughter of Air. and AIrs. Allen
D. Vlttuni, formerly of this place, to
Harry Leon Cttshtnan of Mlddlobury. Miss
Vlttmn Is n graduate of tho Vergennes
graded school and a great favorite. Ar
thur Kingman is spending a fow dnyfl at
Rutland fair. Mr, and Mrs. Frod Owen
of Mlddlobury visited Mrs. Goorgo Clough
Tuesday. I.ionard Renaud and his
guests, Hilary lleacon and sister, Miss
Vldn, of Shelburno Falls, Miss Anna Mc
Nhlly of Hiirllngton and Grover Ongo of
this city enjoyed an automobile rldo to
Hiirllngton Tue.-day and worn guests of
the Hotel Vermont. Mlsu Nancy Simp
son of Saratoga, N. Y., Is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. ,1. Simpson.
Mrs. Leo of HrNtol Is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Fred Tuppor.
The Ventolin! h Manufacturing com
pany's shop, i lost d slnoo April, has been
reopened tor custom work of all kinds.
Miss Mary Stone left Tuosday for North
Adams, Mass., where sho will enter tho
State Normal school. Mis. K. A. Leo Is
recovering from ,m attack of erysipelas.
Mrs. William Chase and daughter. Mist
Marjory, who have been siting relatlvos
and frluiids here, have returned to Lake
Geoige.MIss Ernestine Urlstol loft Tuos.
day for Madison, Wis., whero sho will
enter the University of Wisconsin. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry McClury of New York
are visiting their aunt and undo, Mr.
and Mrs. Doano Klngsland, and cousins,
Mr. :ml Mrs. Erwlu Perry. John Green,
son and hl:t daughter and her husband
of Cleveland, Ohio, are guests at tho
Stevens House, while visiting friends
The Rev. P, J. Dobeny returned from
Inooskl Saturday, whero ho has been
attending the retreat at St. Michael's
College. Mrs. Martin Preston of Middle-
bury and .Mrs. Elmer Bennett of Now
Haven viMtcd relatives here Friday. R.
J. Clark Is In Cornwall. Mrs. C. C. Cur
rier is at home after a visit of four weeks
Willi her sister In Freeport, Me. Mrs
Herbert Gllson of Troy, X. Y., Is n guest
of Mrs. I. J. Clark. Mrs. Gllson is n
former resident of this village. Mrs.
i.eorge Parinleo died at her home In
South Lincoln Saturday She was tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Emerson
of this town.
Tho remains of Mrs. Llnnin Emerson
Parmnlee were brought here Tuesday
afternoon from South Lincoln and In
terred in tho family lot In Greenwood
cemetery. Mrs. Herbert Gibson and
son, William, who have boon spending
a few days hero, returned to Troy, N
Tuesday. Mrs. E. A. Tobln of
Pennington Is visiting In town. D. E.
Farr of Albany, N, Y., Is visiting his
mother. Mrs. Sophia Farr. Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Sherwln and son visited In
South Bristol Sunday. C. A. Burnham
Is spending a fow days' vacation In
Montpoller and Woodbury. Mr. and
Mrs. M. K. Mooro of Mlddlebuiy and
A. I. Everts of Vergennes weie 111
town Sundav. Miss Hattlo Gaudetto
Is In Rutland. Miss Norma. Atkins of
Albany, N. Y., Is visiting rolatUos
here. Miss Lydla Wright spent Sun
dnv at Long Point. Word was ro
reived here Sundny that Clayton Gove
of Charlotte had been badly Intiiied
liv falling from a building and hill
been tnken to the hospital In Burling
t, n. Miss Mable Wright is vlHltlnt?
In Rutland. X. P. Dunshee and Philip
Dwlre nro attending tho reunion of
the 11th Vermont regiment In Rutland.
Air. and Airs. n. Sherwln aro
spending the week In Rutland. Mr,
Sherwln Is attending the reunion of
tho 14th Vermont regiment.
Mrs. L. O. Cbnpln Is seriously ill.
Mr. and Airs. E. A. Haseltlne returned
Monday from Alontpolicr. Charles
Dunsheo of Proctor Is the guest of his
mother. Airs. Nlcena Dunshee. W. E.
Jennings of Brandon wns at home Sun
day and Momlny. Air. and Airs. Eu-
elie Johnson of Hartford, Conn., are
visiting relatives In town. A son was
born September 3 to Air. nnd Airs. Hugh
Smith of Washington, D. C. Airs.
Smith was formerly Allss Genn Chapl.i
of this town. Allss Dorothy Lawrence
returned .Monday from a threo week'.;
acatlon spent In Wnterburv nnd South
Hero. Airs. St. George, widow of Jo
seph St. George, died lit tho homo of
her daughter. Airs. Willis Ferguson,
on Plonsant street Sunday night. Slin
Is survived by two daughters. Airs
Nolllo AleKwon of Wnterbury and Aim
Willis Ferguson of this town. Alls
St. George wns 71 years of age. Th
I uni-nil was held at St. Ambrose's
Church nt 10:15 a. m, Vodnosilny, with
burial In Greenwood cemetery. A. E.
Alanuin Is attending the reunion of
the 14th Vermont nt Rutland this
week. Air. nnd Airs. E. C. Marsh of
Chicago are In town. The Rev. .1. D.
Shannon's, ledum on a trip to Ober
nmmergnu nnd tho Passion Play was
Intorostlng, Instructive and was en
Joyed by n largo audience. The Rov,
J. A. Lynch of Plttsfoid was present.
Tho Bristol band gave n concert bo
foio tho lecture.
Tho Woman's Christian Temperance
Vnlon held their annual meeting with Airs.
Eugeno Alexander Tuesday afternoon
and tho following olllceis were etoctod;
President, Airs. Nellie Alunmu; secre
tary. Airs, EHn Dana; treasurer, Airs.
Abblo Chase; vice-presidents, Allss Helen
Weller, Airs. Alary Currier, Airs. Jennie
Gove and Airs. Cora Norrls. Air. and
AIts. Arthur Stiver of Walnut, III,, who
have boon visiting friends here, have re
turned to Now Haven. .Miss Sue Holland
has returned from her summer vacation
spent In the South.- Allss Alabel Eddy
of New York Is visiting Miss Evelyn Du
mas. Mr. and Airs. J. H, Jacobs and
Min of Hiirllngton are visiting relatives
In town. J. II. Wills wns In Altddlebury
.Monday. Allss Georglnnna Peck has re
turned tn St. Albnns.
Air. nnd Airs. Stephen t'nderhlll re
turned Saturday tn tholr homo In
Brooklyn, N. Y., .Airs Almlnn Prlndln
Is visiting her grandmother, Airs. Roy
llurlburt, In Alonkton. Air. nnd Airs,
Stephen Young and children left Alon
day In their automobile iar Port
Chostor, N. Y., Airs Mary Young who
has boon til, Is much Improved.
Clifford Wright of Stamford, Conn.,
who hna spent tho summer here, acc
ompanied Air. and Mrs. Frank Purlnton
to their home In Genoa, N, Y and
will tat and school at Oakwood Semin
ary, lTon springs, N. Y., the com rig
.year.-MIss Lu Underbill nnd Allss
.Mice Hallock returned Monday to
Brooklyn, x Y., Airs. Alvlnn Shnttuolt
Is III with heart trotlblo. Tho LadleH'
Homo Circle will meet this after
noon with Mrs. ovet nnllock.Alr.
of Shirley, Mass., and Alisn Ada Hallock
of Groonileld, Alass., nro ftuosts of tholr
paronts, Air. rind Airs. Daniel Hnllook.
Air. and Airs. Lolghtnii Hlllnl of Fcr
rlsburg aro called hero by tho serious
Illness of their inolber, Airs. Chnuncey
Elliott, Mrs. J, N. Kdwnrds and child
ren, who hnvo boon speiulliiK tho sum
mer nt Daniel Hallock's, rcturnod
Saturday to Brooklyn, N. Y Airs.
Mary Pago of Bristol Is a guest of her
sister, Mrs. L. F. Hlrdsall. Air. nnd
.Mrs. Ahlnl Slmttuck of Hanksvltlo
worn guests Sundny of Mr. and Airs.
Gallon Shaltuck. Air. and Airs. Harry
right of Jericho woro guests Alon-
day of Daniel Hallock.
Misses Lydla and Eva Baldwin have re
turned to their studies In the high school
nt Allddlabury. Alartha and Frederick
Chnse, who hnve passed tho summer with
Dr. Mary M. Piatt, have returned to
Boston. Airs. Bosworth of Alooers, N. Y.,
Is tho guest of frleiiils. Tho annual
church dinner and roll call of tho Congre
gational Church will occur September 30.
Dinner will he served at shatp 12. Airs.
Wattle entertained her Sunday school
class Saturday afternoon at tho parson
age. It was also the annual business
meeting. The new officers are; President,
Hesslo Wright; vice-president, Ethel
Bolden; secrelnry nnd treasurer, Alabel
Larrnbec; social committee, Dorothy
Smith, Everett Enston. Emma Jones,
Eva Baldwin. Refreshments were served.
Airs. Emma Jones and her granddaugh
ter, Allss Emma Jones, are pa.sslng the
week In Rutland with Airs. F. G, Swln
nerton. The order of Eastern Star and
Alnsonlo Order resume their monthly
meetings this week.
Allss Alnrle J. Chandler, who has been
with her grandparents, returned to Rut
land Thursday. Airs. Leroy Boyco of
Hlnghnmtoii, N. V., who has been tho
guest of her parents several weeks, has
returned home. A. 11. Brown of Bethel
wns In town from 'Sunday till Tuesday.'
The one-year-old child of Air. nnd Mrs.
E. C. Wilson has been 111 tho past week
with what wiib thought to bo the croup,
but is now pronounced diphtheria. John
Rock and two daughters of Cliazy, N.
Y., aro the guests of Odver Jonnett. L.
E. Perry has moved his family to the
farm that ho bought of Dull Cbamberlln.
Airs. Oliver Jennett, who was stricken
with paralysis August 2i, died Alondny.
Tho funeral was hold Wednesday at tho
Aletbodlst Church at one o'clock.
The ladles of the social union Invito till
ladles to be present at the mooting Sep
tember 13 nt 2:00 p. m. at the ladles' ball,
for the purpose of tying quilts. Ice cream
nnd enko will bo served in tho evening.
Regular services will bo held Sundny
at tho Boro In tho morning; at East
Alonkton In the ntternoon; nnd at Bar
numtown nt 7:30 In the evening; subject.
"What Will You Do With Jesus?" Allss
Irene Pliide of Alorrlsvllle, who has been
visiting her sister. Airs. Henry Cox, re
turned home Saturday. Airs, F. N. Bar
ber went to Long Point We-lmsdny
August .'10 nnd from there went to Shel
burno Farms In oorn'pany with Mr. and
Airs. F. II. D"nn. They nuule the trip
with Georgo Allddlebrook of Vergennes.
Several lTom hero attended tho county
fair at Allddldbnry. Wo.'l: Is progressing
rapidly on the Wdodman building.
School nt the Boro opened Tuesday with
Allsa Abbio Kemp of Salisbury as teacher.
Allss Ruby Comstock, who has been 111,
Is now gaining. Air. and Airs. Lucius
Coats of lllnesb'urc visited his father,
Chillies Coats, Sunday. F. N. Harbor
bus been appointed deputy gamo warden
ol this town. Lester C. Dean has bought
the ft.rm known as the Ira Day farm
north of tho Ridge, of Air. and Airs.
Orange Baldwin. Allss Cella Spragiio of
lllncshtirg will resumo her work us teach
er at Hie Itidse school this season. Butter
sold for 2s cents at Donahue's creamery
Tho Creamery company pnld II. hi for
four per cent, milk for July. Jinncs Wil
son of Charlotte bait bought of W. II.
Dean, agent for C. Al. Wicker, the
Bushuy farm of CO acres east of North
Ferrlsburg; consideration, $l,5ufl. Ho will
take TKissosslon tit once. J, Welcom, road
ominKstoncr, has ruplankcd tho Kings-
lund bridge and raised tho south end
nearly two !' et.
Charlc. Heal of Manchester, N. II., has;
been I ponding two weeltH with bis daugh
ter. Airs. Piescott. Elizabeth Adams has
accented a position us teacher In tho
Brandon high school. Bertha Collins re
turned to Hudson, N. Y., aucr spending
the summer at home. Charles Tupper
has been having the grip. Air. and Airs
Clinton I'ecue of Buffalo, N. V., are visit
ing Air. and Airs. William I'ecue
ltachael Roblnrnn Is In Now York for a
few days.-Mrs Lo Grand and sister,
ailFs Ollnn, went to Burlington Saturday
for a week. Cora Bard returned to Cam
bridge Alondny after spending six weeks
Hugh Roberts fiom Bandolph vis
ited his mother tho first of last week
and his brothci, Abner, returne.il with
him for a fow days. Allss Nolllo
Claflln of Bethel visited friends In
town Saturday Allsses Bernleo Eaton
ami Halite, Alarsh aro attending school
at Granville Corner. Allss Agnos Voso
of Aladlson, Ale., Is with Airs. G. It.
Church for a few days. Quite a number
attended the fair at Allddlobury lust
week, among them were Carl Eaton,
Datiu Alarsli and family. Airs. C J.
Fish and son, Air. and Airs. Frank Lln
gurd Isanc Sawyer of Harksdale, N.
V, Is at Dana .Marsh's for two weeks.
Stiphin Noonan bus returned after
spending a few weeks at Plttsford Wil
liam Noonan of Xew York Is visiting Ills
father. Daniel Nnnnnn.- Alvs. A. L.
Prlndle, who is Interested In tho Flor
enco Ciitttndon Home, gave an Interest
ing nddres, at the .Methodist Church Sun
day t filing - Tho fall term of schools
wns opened Tuesday morning In district
No. 1 with Allss Stella Tumor of Altddle
bury nk teacher; In district No. 2, Allss
Inez .Martin. In the Green bush district,
Allss Alur, Dolton of Alonkton, Airs.
Allller Is at the parsonage. Air, and Airs.
J. F. Fuller have returned to Stony
Brook, N y., nfter visiting nt Carlls
.Martin's Airs. Fuller was formerly of
this town nnd known as Miss Betsey
Air. and Airs. John E. Whltn of Brook
lyn, N. Y., ore guests of Mrs, Fair and
Mrs, Afoody, Airs, White was formerly
Mint OeorKlnna Crane. Mr. and Airs, H.
A, Clark hnvo returned from a weok's
visit at their old homo In Ht. Albans,
Willis 13. Cobb of Amunlti, N. Y l tho
guest of bin aunts. Airs. Adams and Miss
Siimixtnn.A tnentlnir of th Hoy Hnouts
wns held at tho Motliodlst parnnna-lftt
Tuesday evcnlng.-MIss Floionco Sampson
Is visiting her nloce, Mrs. Roy Potter, at
Allddlebiiry.-Olotlo and Alfred Flotcher
of Rlplon were guests of tho Rov. E. W.
Hallowell over Sunday. Tho Epworth
League will hold their annual meeting at
tho Alnlhodlst parsonngn next Tuoidny
evening. Air. and Airs. Thomas Harring
ton or Aiitidlobtiry and Alius Ethel Burwell
of Brldport wero guost In town Tues
Air. and Airs. William O'Noll of Now
York nro visiting relatives hero. Allss
Lottlo Vuriiey bognn Tuesday her
school In Llttlo Boston. Airs. F. Chnp
tnnn, Is teaching in tho HIllHhoro dla
trlrl. Alls. Mnudo Wado begins her
school In tho vlllngo next week. Frank
Hill Is to convey tho scholars from
tho north districts. Tho Rov. nnd Airs.
Franklin Blake go this wcok to Lyndon
Cotitro to attend tho yearly meeting of
the Free Baptists. They will visit re
latives In Alnlno nnd nttond tho RaptlBt
State convontlon In Bnrro before re
turning. Tho Rev. J. T. Hill of Bristol
will occupy tho pulpit next Sunday
morning. Tho cantata, "A Day In Tho
Woods," wilt bo given In the town
hall September 14th for tho benefit of
class No. 7 of tho Baptist Sunday
Air. and Airs. M. A. Smith woro guests
of -Mr. and Airs. C. H. Kltchell of Brld
port Sunday. Tho Ladles' Aid will meet
at the vestry Thursday. Clara Clark Is
entertaining Allss Alary Wilson of Can
ton, N. Y. The school at tho town ball
opened Tuosday with Allss Lulu Woods of
Allddlobury tn tho higher grade and Allsu
Lucy Palmer In tho primary room. Tho
grange held a meeting Monday evening In
charge of the gentlemen. The friends of
George Putnam are glad to know ho Is
at homo from tho hospital much Im
proved. NEW HAVEN.
Beaver Glenn grange entertained the
Pomona grange Wednesday, Soptemler
0, Instead of tho 7th, as wus previously
noted, E. B.vplon and Airs. E. S. Rowley
of Shelburno are guests of Air. and Airs.
F. E. Rowley. -Airs. Sarah Flemmlng Is
passing tho week In Rutland. Levi
Blgelow and Air. and Airs. Wllber Kings
ley of Port Henry were guests of Air.
and Airs. F. H. Conant tho last of tho
week. Air. and Airs. J. F. Peck returned
to their home In Northfleld Saturday
after parsing the week with friends In
town nnd attcniling the county fair
Airs. George Everest and children have.
returned from White Creek.
All's Ethel Smith bus gone to attend
the State normal school at North Adams,
Air. and Airs. Jainrs Burk aro parents
of a son, lrn August 27. Allss Alnud
Smith went on Saturday. September 2,
to Cblcnpee, AbiFs., to twieh. Allss .lose
pblno Douol returned to Orwell on .Mon
day to tench ngnln In tho liitermedlato
room, Orw ell base bal 1 team play
ed Brldport Saturday at Cook's
lot, the fooro being I tn 0 In favor
of Orwell. Tho annual meeting of tho
Y. P. S. C. was held Alondny evening at
tho residence of Mrs. D. W. Doane.
Schools commenced Tuesday with but
few new tenubers. R. Hack left Thurs
day to enter Mount Hermon's fnll term
t. J. Vollo'H family returned to Boston
Alondny. E. O. Rlshop nnd G. II. Phelp.s
aro much better. 11. D. Branch and Ben
Necdhum returned from Allddlobury Frl
day. Charles Needhum's llttlo boy died
August 3-i from Inflammation of t'.i
bowels. Tho funeral was held (it tho
houi-'o of tho grandparents, Air. and Airs
J. O. Raymond, Friday at 2 p. ni.. the
Rev. J. C. Williams officiating. Mrs.
Fred Swenor died Thursday and the fu
neral was hold at St. Paul's Church on
Saturday at 10 a. m. Interment wns In
Shorehojn Alr.s. Henry Root of Benning
ton Is In town.
Air. and Mrs. E. AI. Rofcoe of New
Haven, Air nnd Airs Garfield Grant nnd
diiught, r of Wevbrldce and Air. nnd
Airs. Blaine Grant of Sprlngviiln, Ale.,
visited nt H. O. Brooke's Sunday.,!. E.
Rhodes of St Albnns visited his rousln,
L. H. Rhodes, nnd family Tuc-dav even
ing Airs. John Hamilton Is improving.
Air. and .Mrs. John Ronton returned from
Northfleld Saturday, bringing an aunt,
Air. Bryant's sister, with them. Airs. L.
II. Rhodes nnd uncle, J. T. Buell, vblted
In South Starksboro Tuesday, Air. and
.Mrs. Grover of Huntington and Airs. Nel
lie Kllburn of Bristol wero In town Tues
day to attend tho funeral of Airs. George
Herbert Casey of Wlllliinistow n Is tn
town on buslnets. Dnnlel Holmes has
gone to Illinois to visit relatives. Rol
lln Lucas Is tho guest of bl.s sMor, Airs.
Warren Nt odium. AIKs llnzol Hiick of
Brandon was the guest of Airs. Learned
and daughters at Crest cottage Wednes
day. Miss J, s.sle Brown returned Alon
dny to her school In Alassnchusetts. M1m
l!nn Baldwin icturned to Bohonootady
.Monday. Air. and Airs. Cope and two
daughters, who have been et -Mrs. C. R.
Brown's for a month, returned to their
homo In Hilton, N. J., .Monday. Airs. Fred
crick and daughter, Nettle, returned to
their home In lrvlngton, N J., Alondny.
Airs. Smith and daughter, who have bfon
guests of Airs. H. W. Denton two weeks,
returned to their home In lrvlngton, N.
J., Thursday. Airs. Arthur Collins of
Wlatertown, Alass., returned to her homo
Saturday. Allss .May Butler of New York
expects to return home Wednesday.
Harold Webster, Christine Webster and
List Raw-son went lo Middlebury Alon
dny, where thev will attend school. -.Mrs.
Warren Baldwin nnd children are visiting
relatives tn Rutland.
Alice Ilonienwny la leaching at Collins,
Ohio. Airs. Louis Dumas him suffered a
shock of paralysis. L. II. Allnor has been
taken away for treatment. --.Mr. and .Mrs.
Fred St. John aro In Canada. Alls Alary
St. John was the recent guest of friends
here. -Schools opened September 5. Mr.
nnd A:rs G It Walker nnd Air. nnd Airs
II. K. Wllllam.s aro visiting tit Ashby,
Air. and Airs. E. H Campbell aro nt
Old Orchnrt! Bench for n fow dayf Air.
and .Mrs. II. C Lobboy visited In St. Al
bans Sunday and .Monday.-Fred Titus of
Worcester, Alass., Is In town. Airs. At.
Conant of Wolcott visited Airs. E P.
Falrmnn Friday and Saturday. At tho
rogulnr meeting of linrdwtck grange next
Fildny night the tlist and second dereos
will bo conferred on several candidates.
Calvin Fisher of West Woodbury, a vet
eran of tho Civil War, died Friday night
of dropsy. A1l .Marlon Sullivan of
Burro Is visiting Air, and Airs, J, E, Hutu-van.--Tho
minim! mooting of tho John H
Holdnii .Moinorhil Hospital association
will lie hold In the opnrtl llouso Friday
uveultiB, Hwdomlwr Hs-A. J. illlitw uU
daughter nnd Mrs. Julia Wlllard aro In
Boston for two weoke. Allan Alary Don
ald leaves this morning for Btattgart,
Ark., whoro she has a position as teacher
In tho jmbllc schools. Allss Atargarct
Campbell Is at Mrs. Horace Oowen's.
Miss Aurella Parks of Burlington was In
to-wn Sunday and Alondny.
Quito a number from hero nro attend
ing tho fair at Hhcrbrooke-Vcrn Utton
and family of Morrisvlllo were In town
Alondny. Tho town and vlllngo schools
opened Tuesday morning. O. H. Hlnos
was In Alorrlsvlllo Monday. At tho spe
rtnl town meeting, hold Tuesday, the
town voted to robulld tho highway, which
would bo followed by tho building of the
storage dam at Jackson bridge.
Mrs. Carroll French Is nblo to rldo out.
Airs. Martin Swott Is In Massachusetts.
Tho Rev. and Airs. Hardy of Alorrls
vlllo wero entertained over Sunday at O.
H. Albeo's. Air. Hardy occupied tho pul
pit nt tho Congregational Church.-auslo
Currier returned to Barro Monday, whero
sbo will teach tho coming year. Mrs.
Truman Gould's sister from ALissa
chusetts Is visiting her. Airs. Hardy Is
not as well. Air. Battler, who recently
purchased W. 13. Wright's storo, has
taken possession, sMrs. Man' Jewel and
children visited her parents, Air. and Mrs.
Eugene Hansom, tho first of tho week.
Freda Talbert went to Alorrlsvlllo Tues
day, where sho will nttond Fchool.
Airs. Alurgnret Pnrl.o, widow of tho Into
Francis Pnrlzo, died about 0:30 o'clock
.Monday morning nt tho homo of her
daughter, Airs. L. P. (lauvrcau on EaRt
Allen street, nftor nn Illness of less than
a week's duration. Afrs. Parlzo was born
in St. Ccasalre, P. Q., M years ago and
catno to this country M yearn atjo, muk
Ing her homo then In Essox Junction.
Eight years ago h r husband dlod In that
town tint! slnco then she has been a
resident of thlH plaro, making her home
with her daughter. A week ago Tuesday
sho was taken sick with acute choleia
which later dovelopod Into apoplexy and
she gradually became worse. At her
advanced age, Airs. Parlzo retained her
faculties up to the time of her last lll
nesti. Sho Is survived by two daughters
and one son, Airs. John Ynndow of Essex.
Junction. Airs. L. P. Gauvreau and
Thomas Parlzo, both of this placo Sho
also leaves one sister, Airs, Jullnn
Oendron, and ono brother, Thomas Alercler,
both of SU Ceasaire, P. Q. The funeral
was hold at nlno o'clock Wednesday
morning tit the Church of the Holy
Family In Essex Junction.
A. P. Tanner has elobed his barber shop
on Alnln street and removed to 115 Elm
wood uvenutj, Burlington. George Blenu
will be his successor at the Alain street
store with a barber shop and pool room.
Tho Lafayette HoFe company running
team, which took part In tho tourrxment
nt Tlconderoga, N. T Labor day, re
turned about two o'clock Tuesday morn
ing. An accident prevented tho boys
from getting first money, which they
mndo a very gooa rim for, but lost. Tho
lioso used In the run was made of rubber
nnd when wound on tho reel of the cart
lay In on oval shape, Instead of flat like
a cotton hoso, nn Is usually used In theso
races. This hose tho boys wound like tho
cotton hoso, tapering to a point In tho
center. Tho run for the first 2U0 yards
was a regard one, but when they began
to unreel the hose and moko tho hydrant
connection tho rubber hose slipped and
caught between the reel and became
wedged In so strongly that It was Im
possible to release It and make tho con
nection. Tho bovs made tho run of the
3il ynrds in 45 seconds and this time In-
cludod two slncK-ups In their speed made
by those on the renr tugging and
pulling In an endeavor to release the
The Durkee hose of Fort Edward. N. Y'.,
made n very good run. but wore dis
qualified for tho prize owing to the pipe
connections not being completed. Too
first prlo wns won hy the Allller Hose
company of Ilooslck rails, N. Y, tlmo
40 4-5 seconds. The Sprague Hose company
of Port Henry took second prlr.e with U
seconds tlmo. The Torrents of Whitehall
nalned third plneo with 50 second. A
mutch race was run off between the
Durkee Hoso nnd tho Sprogue with
honors going to the former, time being
45 4-5 seconds against ! seconds for their
opponents. The Lnfnyetto Ho company
was accompanied by chief of thA fire de
partment, James Hnllorati, Charles Bar
ber nnd mn?cot, Louis Vlens, Oliver
Dtipnw of Burlington, an old time fire
mnn, nnd ono who has been attending
most all tho tournaments for the past 30
yenrs, went down to fee the sports. Ho
took with htm some hnrnesses for tho
Lafayette company boys' use, and coach
ed the boys. Captain of tho Lafayette's,
Henry Homelster, supervised the reeling
up of the t.os,. and not being familiar
with tills kind of a hose wound It like
cotton hose. His mistake proslttod th
other teams, who used a different method
In reeling. Air. Dupnw stated that tho
cart was nn old timer and was without
the tool box on the roar end. usually a
balance for tho bojv on the pule and m.ikes
less for them to carry. Tho rope when
unreeled brought forth n tlnw In the
strnp, being three quurters cut In two.
This was mended before the race
The high and graded schools reopened
Tuesday with the highest first dny at
tendance tn five years In the former. Tho
gr.idtd schools also had a large attend
ance and many more pupils are to return
this year, at present out of town. Tho
corps of teachers remains practically tho
Mime, with the exception of Allss Knth
erlno Fitzgerald, who takes tho plneo of
Allss .Margaret Conlln. re.-lgned as teach
er In the sixth and seventh grades. Allss
Fitzgerald I n former pupil tit the high
school, graduating In tho class of 19)7.
She was graduated from the Johnson Nor
mal school In the cluss of 1011.
Arthur Lnferrlerro has bought out the
plumbing business of J. F. Goodall at tho
Itavlln block on East Allen .street, and
h is already taken possession. Tho busl
ne.s will be removed to the bnsement of
A pretty wedding wns solemnized yep
terdny morning nt St. Stephen's Church
by the pastor, the Rev. James P. Rand,
assisted by Rev. F. II. Paquet of
Alllton, a former pastor of the bride's
family In Milton. The brldnl p.itr were
Alti-s Alargnret Alary Conlln nnd Chris
topher W. llnrdacre Tho bridal party
consisted of the ushers. S. P. Hardacre,
n brother of the groom, and James S.
O'Brien, matrons of honor, Airs E, T
Brown of Burlington, n sister of the
groom, and Airs, Henry Cnnlln. The brtdo I
entered tho church on tho arm of nor
brother, Judgo Henry Conlln, who gave
hor away, At tho altur tho bridal party
wuh met by tho uroom and his best man,
Dr. E. T. Brown of Burlington. Lotion-
grin's wedding intiroh wus muttered by
the orgnnUt of the church, .Mrs. A, Al,
l.onergan, 1 no church was specialty
decorated for the occasion with palms
and hydrangeas, Durinir tho esmmony
Alius Iremi .Monsoon renderml threo solos
In a vory pteatdng manner, After tho
ceremony at tho churoh tho bridal party
put took of a wedding hronkfnst at tho
home, of Judirtt Conlln on Kat Bnrlnir
(Coutluuad on JIMitO OA
MRS, ALDRICH IS
AGAIN AT HEAD
Tho voting In tho Fro Pre. s ;ont
yesterday was productive of Hi.rprlsrs ai
along tho line.
First of till, Airs. Aldrii.h resumi-c
leadership with ti total of 65, MS votes tr
her credit, thus establishing a now n
ord. In Group Flvo Alary E. Royco tl
Randolph went to tho bead with a toin
of 17,000 votes. Mrs. Philip Slionlo of
Wnterbury went up to third pin In
Group Threo, doubling her vota n.s I'
stood up to yesterday.
Group Ono showed uctlvlty, but no con
testants In Burlington changed their rela
tive places. Strong gains wero made 1
Clark Bruoo In Group Two nnd Air
Willis Gray In Group Thren.
STANDING OF CAXMIJATHS.
Russell, Allss Iuilso, ir.D
Cherry St ,
Hawes, Airs. A., The Rlrhnrd-
Dnfry, Dorothy, 14 Grant St . l.-,20i
Olrard, Airs. W. E., 47 North
Clmmplatn Ht 2,110
JIcAUUan, Edward, 198 North
Union St 1,31-1
Wellman, Allss Holen, 110 N.
Wlnooskt Ave r,lt
Oenettn, Alnrjorle, City lor
rnquetto, Frank, 85 Rose S'
Aldrlch, Airs. W. W., Sou'l
Harvey, Ralph, irinesburg.
Palmer, Robert W., Ferr
Mayo, Allss Hazel Al , S'
Pope, Violet E Underfill!
Bruce, AI. Clark, Wtlllsfon
Farr, Airs. W. It., Charp -
Pntlno, Airs. Lllllo, F- rr
Lnpan, Allss Nellie, AL'"
Grow, Homer, Wostfopl
Ring, Allss Evn. North W"
Bates, Allss Loretta L
Wilson, Alice W., New
B tilings, Harrison W
McAInhon, Airs. Rose,
Geo, Arthur F., North Ferr's-
Kidder, Rernlce, Alii. lie' urv,
Blllado, Alllo R., Hunting' in
Teachout, Airs. Charles, E3s. x
Tabor, Allldred II., Verger.ncs.
Call, Gladys, Richmond
Moulton, Carl. Jericho
Barrows, Alary B., Now Haien,
Noa, Belle, Shoreham 2
Retkle. Rov. C. T.. Addison...
Parlzo. Allss Ocnrglann w nooskl.
Smith, Mrs Fred C Addison.
Walker. Allss Faith, AIlddleh"ry.
Kent, Irene At., Aliddlebiiry.
Needham, George L., R. D. 1. Orwell.
Gadue, Albert, WlnooFkl.
Rusnr, Marguerite, Alllton.
Grandy, Pertha, Vergennes.
Conger, Jessl'o R., P.lchford...
Lawrence, Allss Gladys,
Shonlo, Airs. Fhillp, Wnter
bury Bnkor. Hello M., Johnson. . . .
I'ulllngton, Allns Lou, John
son Gray, Airs. Willis, Hast Fair
field Barrows, Allss Doris, Arorrls-
Cutting, Airs. Elizabeth, Enos
Flske, Lena I Northfleld . .
burg Falls .ouf.
Wllklns, Airs. Emma, Alorrls
Curtls, W. R., Sheldon fan
Atoipo, Airs. F. N., Stowo 2.1
Atudgett, Airs. A. J., Fairfax
Prlnglc, Allss Bessie, Eust Fairfield.
Wood, Mrs. Bert. East Georgia
Tinker, Allss AUIdtcd. East F frllcld.
Roynolds, MrB. Cat son. East Flit her
Patterson, Allss M.ldred, Fairfield.
Fulllngton, Frank, Jeffcrsnnvlhe.
Mclondy, Ellis, Jcffersonvtlle.
Alolvtn, Guy, Cambridge
Demcrltt, Allss Flossie. Johnson.
Patch, C. W Enst Flet -hcr
Bryce, Alnx D., Bekcrs'ield.
Chlbls, Miss Irene. Aloret wn
Barry, Attss Alary, rntrfbUl
Gregory, Alllflred AI , Falrf is
Shepard, Mrs. Fred, East Ge rg'a.
Jones, Walter J., Fletcher
Roonev, Allss Floren-e. E.T-t F.t'r"cM
Lnrnell, Allss Alary. Cambridge,
Warren, Hnrrv, Ptowe
Riley, Cnrroll, Ftowe.
Ate.Mahon. Don. Ftowe.
Straw, Allss Lots, Stowe
Annler, Raymond. Alorrlsvllle
AlcOratb, Allss Agnes, Wnterbury.
Towne, Elmer, Wnterburv Center.
Armstrong, AInry, Rlchf 'rd,
Butler. Alma. Highgnte.
Thompson. Hnsbn, St. Albnns.
Fogg, Chester L., St. Albnns.
Ballard Richard H , Alontpeller.
Greenln, Harold. Swon'on
Doner, Allss AInry, Sheldon
Thurston, Airs. J. T., Wnterbury,
Hart. Airs. B, C. Berkshire.
Parker, Alban J., Alorrlsvllle,
Petit, Stonlov, North Hero .
Gomo, Airs. Bort, Grand Isle ,
Sylvester, Essie, Grand Ilo
Wlllard, A. E., Alburg ,
Hardy, Allss Isabella I, South
Jossolyn, Kenneth B., South
Booth, H. J., Alburg
Fleury, Miss Nettle, Islo La Atottc.
Reynolds, Mrs. O. B., Alburg.
Boyco, Alary E, Rnndolpb ..
Alenehnm, Alaude, Rrnnlon
Domoy, Harrison II., East
Tonnten, Anna, Brandon
Chomberlnln, Mrs. L. I,
I Vote for
Contestant In Free