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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: TUPBSPAT, llAY 1912.
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Allison, Supt., Proctor, Vt. 43,w,tf AUTOMOBILES. ONE STANLEY RUNABOUT, model ex., copper tube boiler, generator, search lights, oil lamps, complete equipment. In first-class condition. Will be fold at a bargain If taken at once. II. C. Whee lock, IIS College St. 107,6tAw2t FOR SALE. FOUR-TEAR-OLD BLACK MARE. Sound and weighs about 1,000 pounds, cheap If taken at once. No use for her at present time. J. L. Bergeron. Col Chester, Vt. l,6t&wlt FARMS FOR SALE. 250 ACRE FARM, 40 Holstelns and team, sugar, dairy, farming tools, fruit and lumber, running water, bath, good building, all machine work. Sold at sacrifice. 12,000 down, balance easy, Half mile from Jeffcrsonville, Vt. Amos Stearns. lTO.Ct&w.lt HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from puce 1.) VERMONT FARMS for sale. Catalogue of farms and miscellaneous property free. W. N. Gove and B. W. Estey, Bristol. Vt. 2,d&w,tf FARM of S3 acres, good buildings, furnace hi'at, spring water, ?i mile from village with graded school, 3 stores, 2 churches, price WOO. Terms, J30U down and balance easy. 000 maple trees and plenty wood and lumber. B'or particulars address C. L. Llttletleld, Walden, Vt. 45,wlt Ins at the chttarch. F. O. Eddy of Man chester visited here the first of the week. Among those from out of town to at tend tho funeral of Edson E. Stcadman Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Grow of Wcstford, Mrs. Mlra Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen of Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Whlttler of Hancock, Clayton Blcknell and fumtly, Mr. and Mrs. Phlla Bristol, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Blnlea and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bristol, Arthur Bristol and family, Henry Steadman and two sons, Mr. ana Mrs. George Bristol of Lincoln, Ohrtsly Stead man and son and Mrs. Smith of Starks- boro. There wag a large display of flowers, one large set piece from Massa chusetts arriving too late for the funeral. W. H. Bosworth has returned to Scott dale. Pa,, whore he Is manager of a casket factory. E. W. Gage is at home from a visit of several days in Ferrlsburg. Letters unclaimed In the postofflce May 6, Mrs. Ruth Carger, Rupert uiimore, Charles Lawrence, O. S. Mcyusre, Walter McDonald and Joseph Thomas. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Norton and W. A. Lawrence were Burlington visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Jennie Steadman of Montpeller Is visiting relatives here. MONKTON RIDGE. Mrs. Seth McAlvin, who has been spending tho past 10 weeks with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cox, has re turned to her home In East Monkton. Mrrrltt Cox of Hinesburg spent Sunday with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. D. 11. Mender visited relatives hero yester day. Nellie Bollo, who had been ill for some time, died Sunday night. The fun eral was held at the Methodist Church in East Monkton at one o'clock Tuesday. Tho Ridge school, which has been closed on account of Illness for the past two v,eeks, will commence again Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Baldwin have re turned from Fairfield, where they attend ed the wedding of their brother, Guy Baldwin. NORTH FERRISBURC. Edward Munnette died at his home on Thursday afternoon after a few months illness, aged 72. Ho leaves a wife, one daughter, Mrs. Frank Sears, and one son, William Munne.tto. The funeral ser vices were held at his late home sat- urday at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Luclnda Allen has returned after spending tho winter in Burlington. Mrs. Emma Wood of New York Is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mor ris have returned to Rutland after a short stay with her mother, Mrs. Albert Cronk. The Ladles' Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Frank Gee Wednesday aftornoon at two o'clock. Miss Jennie Martin spent Sunday with her paronts. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Martin. Miss Maud Miller, who recently underwent an opera tion for appendicitis at the Fannie Allen hospital In Burlington, Is slowly Improv ing. Miss Frances Sequin has returned from Brandon. Arunah Sequin has gone to Ellzabethtown, N. Y., where ho has a position at tho Deerhead Inn. Miss Lora Dean has returned to Essex Center after spending Sunday with her parent?, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Dean. Joseph Marsetto. of Shelburno Farms was In town over Sunday. The funeral of Edward Mun- nette were held at his late homo Satur day at 11 o'clock. Dr. C. E. Curtis olllclated. W. M. Dean had charge of the arrangements. Two hymns were sung by Mrs. Carlos Martin and Mrs. M. F. Allen. The Interment was In the village ceme tery. NOTICE. USEFUL INFORMATION FREE to any person Interested In compiling a genealogy or similar work. Address Box 4, care of Free Press. 312,d&w,tf. NOTICE how llttlo It costs to tell thousands of readers In many towns of Vermont what you have to sell or what you wish to buy. Advertise In the Free Press and you will get re plies to your advertisement. 23,wtf ARSENE BOUCHER UNDERTAKER, 168 North St. Tel. 965, BURLINGTON, VT. Calls Answered Day or Night. FARMS A good rarm, two-story house in gooj repair, new barn with basement. ties up 20 head, fields smooth anl fra from stone. New sugar house, good sugar works, running water, plenty wood and timber, two horses, ten cows, Ix head of young stock, all tools, crops, etc., only $3,60. REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE GO., 10n COLLEGE STREET, Borlloartou, - Vermont. farms, Quarries, Tlniberlands, Lake Shore Property. TEETH EXTRACTED Absolutely Wllhou Pala. The only office lr. Burlington where you can get tenth extracted without a particle of pain, without taking gas. My method is usct" by no other perkon. No pain; no danger; no after effects. DR. L. D. HA 7, EN, Office, 234 Main St., Burlington, Vt fllce Hours. 10 to 3, 7 'o t. Two-For -One That's Our Telephone Number If It's Printing You Want, Two-For -One Frea Press Printing Go College HI. llurlliiKtnii, VI. ORWELL. In making plans for the county confer enco or tno Congregational cnuren, which is to meet here May 14 and 15, the following commlttoeH have been appoint ed: On transportation, R. S. Hall, W. II. Nlckerson, Charles Blackmer; teams, H L. Allen, Ben Needham, John Dlckerson; entertainment, R. S. Young, Mrs. C. L. Stay, Mrs. C. H. Lewis and H. D. Branch. The social work was left to the social committee) of the church. D. J. Iconard returned Satuiday and will take tho hotel management back from C. E. Walker, who will move to the residence recently purchased from C. L. Stay. Henry Pres- cott has moved to Mr. Walker's house vacated by Mrs. A Kimball. Robert Hack his returned from Mount Hormon and will spend the summer with his uncle, W. C. Hack. George Needliam is at home from Albany, X. Y., for a fow days. W. M. Lewis has returned from Poultney. T. J. Murphy has sold his residence In the village to Mrs. S. C Bull, and will move to Fair Haven, where he has purchased a livery stable. Tho foreign department of tho Woman's Missionary society will meet with Mrs. J. W. Buell on May 8 at two o'olock. Miss Anna Young Is at home after spend ing the winter In New Brunswick, N. J, 8TARKSB0R0. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Berry of Rich mond were at A. L. White's over Sunday. Edward Sorrell and daughter, Hazel, both of whom have been operated on for appendicitis at the Mary Fletcher hos pital, are Improving. Next Sunday the Woodmen will attend church In a body. Mr. and Mrs. George NlohoU vlsltod his parents in Lincoln the last of the week. Charles Clifford of Brandon spent Sun day with his parents here, Some of those from out of town who attended the fun eral of C, W, Hill were Mr, ana Mrs. Warren Minor of Vergennes, C. O. Bost wlck of Boston, C. W, llostwick and fam ily of Hinesburg, Sam Hill nnd family of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strong, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Randall of Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. O. Fisher, Mrs. Henry Manum, Mm, Mnry St, George, Mrs. H. W.Cnsey nnd Miss Nellie Cnsoy of Bristol. Morton HIU and W. E, Smith have traded farms. The former has taken possession. Mr. Smith Is moving to his farm in tho village.-Tho Lincoln Dramatic club present ed "Uncle Josh" at the hull this evening. Frank Hill was at home from Swanton over Sunduy. HANCOCK. Charles Curtis and family have moved Into C. H, Eaton's house, lately vacated by Fred Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. I0trl Hanks and Mr. and Mrs. O. Hanks were In Warren Saturday night and Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Billot of Warren visited her parents over Sunday with their two chlldren.-Captaln and Mrs. Fred F. Austin of Texas are stopping In town for a week nt E. J, Goodyenr's, NEW HAVEN. All former students of Beeman Academy aro requested to moot at tho Academy building Tuesday evening, May 14, at eight o'clock. A large at tendance Is desired that arrangements may be made for an nlumnl meeting this summer. Howird Wlnslow of 1'roetor was the guest of his mother, Mis. F. M. Partrh, over Sunday, Miss lna Merrill, who re rcntly finished a course In the nurses' training school of Proctor, Is visiting her pHicnts, -J,eslle Baldwin Is the guest of Ills mother, Mrs. M. Rivett. There will be a meeting of the Village Improvement society at tho town hull Saturday even ing. All members requested U be pres ent. Mrs. Charles Sweenor was in Bur lington over Sunday. E. S. Rowley re turned to his home In Shclburno Wednes day morning after passing some tlms with his son, F. E. Rowley. LEICESTER. Tho Ladles' Aid society mot May 3, with Mrs. Frank C. Ayer. A cottage prayer-meeting was held at Charles Phelps's Sunday ovcnlng, Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Lamorder of Salisbury visited at John Pitrldge's Sunday. Mrs. John Swln Ington was In Burlington Saturday. Mrs. I. S. Jenney of Goshen visited her mother, Mrs. John Canalla, over Sunday, Mrs. Mary Garvin was In Burlington Satur day to visit her children. Mrs. M. O. Oliver returned home Sunday after visit ing at her son's. Herbert Oliver, for two weeks. Thomas Bwlnlngton was In Tl conderoga Thursday and Friday. ADDISON. Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrvey Newton and Celcel of Panton, were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. llnrold Nowton. Jud son Day, who has been In Braydontown, Fla since last fall, has returned to spend the summer at Mrs. Lutlo Whlt ford's. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Chorbeno havo moved from ltardwlclc to Addison to reside with his pnrcnts. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Marshall entertained their son Manley of Whitehall. N. V., over Sun day. Erwln and Carroll Gulloy of Dur llngton wero In town Sunday. RIPTON. Four men from neighboring towns wero arrested hero Sunday and fined for keep ing fish under six Inches. A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie Euber May 2. Miss Mamie Euber has returned from tho Mary Fletcher hospital. Miss Sadie Goro was operated on for appendicitis last week D. F. Mills Is recovering from a short Illness. MONKTON. There will be services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at thn Methodist Church. The Rev. George Cornell will speak on "Tho Question of the Hour." Sunday school after service. Preaching at Bast Monkton at 2:30, and the Epwurth League meeting at 7:30. The Rev. and Mrs. I. P. Kellogg, who have been In Ulnes-burg two weeks, have returned. Miss Ruby McEntee of Rutland is at homo assisting with tho enro of her father, who Is very low. There Is to be a May day dance at tho Wood man hall Wednesday, May 15. F. C. Mc Entee and his mother made a business trip to Burlington Tuesday. Mrs. James Smith is In poor health. The llttlo child of Mr. and Mrs. Pecors is seriously 1J1. The marriage of Guy J. Baldwin and Miss Eleanor Farrand was solemnized at East Fairfield May 2. Repairs have been made on the interior of D. E. Meeche's dwelling house. LINCOLN. Two parties have just been held at the Invitation of tho Rev. J. E. Nay lor. Baptist State missionary, at tho home of Mrs. Estella Gove. At tho one held May 2, 36 children were pres ent and r.lxy young people. All had a delightful time, and much Interest has been aroused in church work. A grange meeting will be held Friday night. Professor Berland of the State agricultural college, a leading authority In the subject of dairy management, will speak on "How to Moke the Most from a a Small Dairy." Lecture, will begin at S:1f. The general public Is urged to at tend. H. O. Brooks nnd family were In Weybrlrtgo over Sunday. The Dramatic club gavo "Uncle Josh" to a good house Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Morgan are tho parents of a son, born Monday. Smith of Walden visited friends here last v.cok. Albert Foster was In Colllnsvllta Cttnday to soe hli nophow.-School was not In session Friday or Monday. Miss Lymyra Farrand la at n. C. Jennlngs's- George Paine has exchanged hit) Place nnove ino viuaB0 for a blacksmith ana wood-working ahop n Crnftsbury. La moille Lodge, I. o. O. F colebrated their anniversary of Odd Fellowship Jn their hall Thursday ovcnlng. HARDWIOK. Mr. and Mrs. Dormnn Brldcman, who nave been spending the wlntor In Cali fornia, returned Saturday Mr. and Mrs W. AV. Marshall returned from Florida Friday, where they have been spending tne winter. The academv baseball team was acieatea py the Ooddard team on tho local ground') Saturday. IS to 2. Mon day on the local grounds the academy won from tho Johnson high school, 6 to 2. Tho annual Milage meeting was hold In tho opera house Tuesday night and tho following otllcers elected: President, J. A. Gallagher; first trustee. John Story; second trustee, J. II. McLoud; clerk and treasurer, C, P. Pierco; tax collector, V. W. Rand; auditors, Georgo James, J. R. Stewart, E, R. Fletcher: .flro wardens, J, O. LaJoy, William II. Clarke, J. Vt. Her sey. CHITTENDEN COUNTY WINOOSKI. FERRISBURG. The regular quarterly meeting ot FrUnda will be held at rYrrMdirg Satur day and Sunday, May 11 and 12. Saturday services, 11 o'clock, nnd 2:30 p. in.; Sun day services, 11 o'clock, and 7:30 p. m. George IJ. Evans will be tho visiting minister. GRANVILLE. Mrs. Sadie Maynnrd has with her a sister and nephew. Harry Ungley'B fnm lly has moved to Randolph. Mrs. William Scott Is In bethel at her sister's, Mrs. Herbert Owens. Mrs. Eugene- Camp boll was In Randolph Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. N. M. fierce, I), I), lemen way and son, E. X. Hemenway, were In Ludlow to attend tho Interment of Mrs. Julia A. Hemenway. WEYBRIDGE. Miss Todd, a missionary from China, speaks In tho Methodist Church Wednes day evening. A meeting of the citizens of the village nnd vicinity wus held Wednesday evening of last week, and a society formed called the Weybrldge So clal and Improvement society, the meet ings to he held on AVednesday evenings in the lower room of the town hall. Memo rial day exercises will be held at tho Methodist Church at 2 o'clock, May no. Hon. B. L. Stafford, stato's attorney of Rutland county will give the address. Stowell Dewey was taken to the Mary rietcner nospnai nunuay nigni ana an operation was performed Monday. He Is reported ns comfortable. Mr, Grout of Arlington Is a guest at H. L. Thomp son s, SHOREHAM. The funeral of Mrs. James Hemenway Blrchard was held Sunday afternoon at her late home. The Rev. C. E. Wattle conducted the service. Mrs. Hemenway was married to Truman Hirchard In early life, and had she lived till May would havo been SI years of age. Hor daughter, Mary, Mrs. Henry Stlmets of HIghgaie, cared for her through hor late illness. Five sons, Robert ot New York Charles of Boston, Jones, John and Georgo llvo In town and several grand sons survive. Mrs. C. T, Townsend en tertalned the Moravian club Tuesday. Saturday evening, May IS, In ucademy hall Erwln Lewis Pottor will give Shakos peaio's "Taming of the Shrew." Messrs Pollard and Williams of Mlddlebury Col lego will glv musical numbers. This Is under the auspices ot tho high school, BRIDPORT. Mr. John Petty has returned to Jirld port. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley wen Monday to Worcester, Mass. Sovera from hero attended the funonil of Mrs Jano Hirchard at Shoreham .Monday. A daughter waa born to Mr. and Mrs, Or son Sherulno .May b.v. J, is.irlmur am Miss Frances Cook will bo united In mar rl.igo nt Walllngford, May 11. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Daniel Sargent and Robert Young are to run tho mill In Urn Gore owned bv Mr Oberof White Plains, N, Y.-Culleii Shut tuck and mother anil Mr. and Mrs, Davl Follansbee attended tho funeral ot Carl ton lllll In Stnrkslxiro hut wcU. CALEDONIA COUNTY Mrs spent EAST HARDWIOK. Lillu Lumsden of Greens'aoro the week-end with her parents, Tho regular meeting of tho villus tru tecs was held Monday, nil tho trus tees being present. A petition was sent In by residents of St. Peter street to havo that strcot graded. They claim that th y suffer greatly in the spring from surft co water, which Inundates sidewalks and gnrdens, giving the sirec-t tho appearance of n miniature lake. A discussion brought out tho fact tho sewer hero was tno small to carry off the surface water. To take any action will neeessltato largo expense and the matter vlll he referred to tho same committee that has charge of put ting in sewers on the Heights. Joseph Brown of Burlington applied for a license to pcddlo In town the coming year. This will bo granted If he pays for last year as well as this. Mr. Doro ot Burlington was granted a hack license. It was moved ana seconded that the same quarters for the police office, which was offered to tho village by E. H. Horton, be accepted These quarters are tho best the village can secure for tho price of 5100 the year, Persons In tho middle of the night wish lug to telephone this office should call 1021 James Stapletori was elected supcrln tendent of streets and powers for the ensuing year. Charles Myers was np pointed to sprinkle the streets tho com lng summer. James Hallnran was re appointed chief of thn lire department for the ensuing year and Paul Klrby wa appointed first assistant and Louis Abal ns .second assistant. Charles Wardwell was reappointed as chief of police, Charles Barber was appointed as police nicer No. 1 and George H. Horton as of llcer No. 2. For policeman No. 2, upon two ballots Bert St. Amor had three votes nd George Horton had three. Tho presl dent cast his ballot for tho present In cumbent. The following were appointed s .special policemen, the present board of trustees, Edward Cruse, W. E. Mongeon Andrew Anderson. M. Jsusent, Rosairo Iche, Coslmo lyomartlre, John Flint James Stapleton, Thomas Fox, Jr., James Hallornu, Paul Klrby, Louis Abalr, O. L Bushey and Bert St. Amour. It was oted to sprinkle the same streets wltn tho extension of East Allen street Hood's crossing. The matter of delln quent sprinkling taj.es was taken up and it was voted to hao them placed In the hands of the collector. The amount of bills ordered paid was $1,721.27. The .street committee will look after the repairing of some of the streets that aru very much n need. Tho streets talked of List night by tho board wero Kant Allen street in front of the Wlnno.sM block, upper Main street and a few bad places on Weaver street and MalleUs Hay avenue. uau playing In tho M reels, the throwing of stones at tho electric light globes and bicycle riding on sidewalks were dis cussed ;md will result In prosecution u continued. Tho stamping of lire Imple ments and rubber boon-, etc., brought bnut by the fact that many of tnese things have been taken away irom wo hose houses. After tho committee secures tho cost of stamping the Implements, a special meeting of tho board of trustees will bo held. Adjournment was tanen ai 10:20 o'clock. News has been received in town of tho death In Hudson, Mass., of Miss Carolino Brodeur, aged about 75 years. Sho was born here, but left many years ago. Tho remains will bo brought hero for burial to-morrow. JERICHO. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Johnson returned to Burlington Saturday. Thoy expect to open their house for tho summer about the middle of the month. Mr. ana jnrs Wriblcy of Essex Junction visited her sis ter, Mrs. Henry Det-any, tftmaay. jonn Flood of Essex has moved his fnmlly into C. S. Talmer's tenement. Mrs. Sisters lias been In Illnef-burg on account ot the Ill ness of her mother, Mrs. Mary Butler. Miss Blanche Wilder, who has been keep Ir.g house for Miss Renvy since January 1 while -lie has been in Now Jersey, has finished her work und gone to her home on Leo river. The Ladies' Aid society of the Congregational Church served sup per Friday evening to over 70. 1-ollowlng tho supper there was n social hour with a short program R. W. Hrown was at homo over Sumlny from Burlington Mrs. Sophia White s reported not as well Mrs. Harriet Clfvelund and son, Orlo of Westfoid spend Hund.lv with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Dyer Mbs Ksther Luvlgne of Lebanon Is visiting Mrs, N 11. Goodwin. Mrs. Thomtis Adrian, Miss Ailrlen, Mrs. Mnry Flymi ami Mrs. Hello Parsons were among the Saturday visitors In llurlliigton. Mis. J. T. Varney vblted relatives hi Richmond Sitmilay. I.. I Stevens has received news ot the death of his brother, Charles T. Stevens, of Mc- l.eod. Alberta, Can., Saturday evonlim death being due to Uright's disease Mrs. ! W. Oakcs of Woodstock, a sister, Is In town to remain during the week, iosldes tho brother nnd sister mentioned, then- Is a brother, Iloraco Stevens, In Minneapolis, uud a sister, Mrs, Harmon Howe of Hartford Conn. The body of Mrs. R. B. Field wus brouv'lit Iioih Saturday morning from Stratford, Conn., and Interment made in tilt- village cemetery, Tho body was hi t-oinpanlt -tl here by Mr.' Field of Strut foul, Henry I.uvlgno ()f Wilder, nuil his daughter, Miss Luvlgnu of Now Haven Conn., Mrs. C. S. l-'h-ld and Bui ton l-'leh of llurlliigton, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Mi-Kenzlo ot Esi'e Misses Ili-ssli- IVrdvnl am l'liirt-nco lluNti'ii were at home over Mon. day linui high school, us the teachers were vMtllig schools In IliirhngU'li Mrs Cutt y and son, Hnlph Clerl-ln "f Willis, ton, spent Stindav In town. Mlcu Myrtlo Alger was at homo over H uuhiy fruni Ksm'X, wtit-fi" she tout-lies Miss Kiitlurlni- Miignim of Wiiiorhnry Is In town.- Prcil .Mason of Woodstock Is lit Joseph l-.l-snni-tt'H Vis. Ada Hrnck of lllehirnnd is - t I'rmk A I'l'ilSi 'H t III II . , I, - ',, . M ' l Mis William Aliuour of Montreal ar- are to occupy tho cottago of MJss Emily Howe, who Is In California. This week Mr. nnd Mrs. Almmir will havo as their guest, Mrs. Giles, their daughtor of Mon treal. Frank Balch of Richmond waa in town Monday. A telegram Monday told of tho death In Thomas City, Mo., ot, Mrs. Lavlnla (Morso) Moore. Mrs. Mooio was a sister of Mrs. L. F. Wil bur, Mrs. Julia. Moulton, and Ira C, Morso. nil of this village. Nineteen years ago the same day occurred tho death of their brother, Julius Morse, of North T3n- derhlll.-Mrs. Nellie McOoon nan gono to Morrlsvllle, wlusre sho has employment. Tho foundation for the monument or h, II. Day, which Is to be plocad upon the lot before Memorial day, Is beln put in. Reside the large amount of atone and gravel nearly a ton of cement waa used. The Flee Will Offering soolety will have a. sociable at the Methodist Epis copal Church vestry Friday evening. Supper will bo served from flvo until eight o'clock. ESSEX JUNCTION. Tho heirs of tho Daniel Macomber es- tato havo given the Essex Junction grad ed school district a clear title of the land on Prospect street for an enlarged school building. Tho architect has the plans nearly completed and thoy will soon be ready for bids. A special meeting of the Essex Junction public school union was held Tuesday night to accept the resignation of C. D, Howe as superintendent, Mr. Howe hav ing resigned to accept the suporlntend- ency of tho Morrlsvlllo-Stowo union. A resolution was passed thanking Mr. Howo for his services hero. Miss Mlnnlo Hays of Mooers Forks, N. Y., was elected to succeed Mr. Howo. Sho will rocelvo a salary ot $1,250 with a month's vacation She Is a sister of L. M. Hays of this place. Mrs. Mabel Barstow Goodspeed, wlfo of E. E. Goodspeed, died at her home on tho Colchester road, about a mllo from this village, Tuesday morning of pneu monia after an Illness of ono week. Mrs Goodspeed was born In Colchester April 11, 1571, tho daughter of tho late Thomas A. und Elslo Newton Barstow. Besides her husband and mother, she leaves four children and a sister, Miss Lathera E, Barstow. A daughteft-Mildred, died sev eral years ago. Mrs. Goodspeed recently united with tho Methodist Church at t,a sex Junction. Her only brother, Romeo Barstow, died sovernl years ago in Bur lington. The funeral will be new uiis nftemoon at ono o'clock at tho houso with interment at Malleus Bay. At tho first meeting of the newly elect ed village trustees Monday evening, David Demag was made chief of police and J. H. Douglas, first assistant. D. C. Wood ward waa appointed janitor of the trus tees' room and tho lire department room. Frank E. Allen was reappointed street commissioner. Donald Arkley of the I. S. S. Walker has just returned from a trip to Cuba and Florida nnd Is spending a short time at his home here. T. B. Weaver nnd family are moving Into Mrs. A. C. Hall's house on Main street. Dean Vlolo and family have moved from there to the homo of Mrs. Vlelo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orvls Rem ington. Tho funeral of Edward Garrow will bo held at the Baptist Church at Essex Center this afternoon at one o'clock. Mr. Garrow, aged 31 years, died Mon day night at his home on tho Wcstford road from a complication of diseases. Ho had been in poor health for about three years, but was confined to the houso only a weok previous to his death. Mr. Garrow had been employed n tno tarm ot x: v. Aouoy aim for about 17 years. Ho Is survived uy his wife, throo daughtors. Mrs. Chaun- ey U Burns of Essex Center, Mrs. rthur D. Lovine of this village anu Miss Mahlo Garrow, who lives at home, ond two sons. Edward L. Garrow of Toronto and Floyd Garrow of Essex Centor. Ho also leaves four sisters, Mrs. Joseph Lasclle of Burlington, Mrs. William Oshla of Randolph, Mrs. lenry Stowo of Vorgennes and Miss Cornelia Garrow of Essex Center, and two brothers, Joseph Garrow of Brls- ol and Adolphus Garrow of Essex. Mr. Garrow was a member of Chitten den Lodge, K. of P , of Westf ord. Dr. Harry Donahue, who has been practicing dontlstry In North Carolina for tho past year and a half. Is at home. Dr. Donahue expects to locate n Vermont. r Here Are the New Waists Tor Spring Not a neb-idea, not a neto style, and not a single fabored material is missing from our fine sholving Complete! that describes it! This big comprehensive showing leaves nothing wanting, it has anticipated every pos sible waist need for spring! Even if Fashion had not decreed that waists were to be more extensively worn this season than ever before, these would be still assured of great popularity, so irresistible is their beauty. As it is, the demand will be tremendous and we are prepared with the biggest and choicest assortment in years. Neat, trim tailor ed waists, waists of lingerie, exquisite ones of voile, lace waists of rich appear ance, handsome net waists and waists of various silks, marquisettes, chiffon and novelties all these are here, all from the foremost fashion houses in the coun try, all stylish, up-to-the-minute, fault lessly finished and perfect fitting, and all marked at lower prices than their high quality warrants. Supposing you come and see them to-day while assort ments are at their best . . . ' . ' Z. . Clarkson &- Co HUNTINGTON. n 'i Johns still remains In a serious (oiirllllon. Froi Dwlro Is slowly gain ing. Mr. and Mrs. dishing of Jeffer- sonvllle have been visiting her mother, .Mrs. Sarah Sherman. G, M. Norton wiih In Burlington Tueslay. Mr. ana 11. iUrttn SwttL-Mw. Sttralj,lrtvea Tuesday for tho sujiunur- 'i'Hc HINESBURG. Mrs. George Ioveland has gono to Mel rose, Mass., ror me summer. nie tarce given at tho town hall Tuesday evening netted $1S, which with other funds, will build tho walk In front of the Baptist Church. B. J. Boyntou of Minneapolis has returned to reside In Hinesburg after an nbsonce of 23 years. Dr. E. F, Jones has leased tho M, F. Remington piemlses for three years, and will take possession May 20. Charles Ripley has moved Into tho Oilman tenement. Grant Barker of Burlington was In town Sunday. SOUTH BURLINGTON Mrs. W. W. Aldrlch was called to Colchtster Saturday by tno serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. John Ken nedy, who failed rapidly and died at six o'clock Sunday night. Miss Catherine Comstock gavo a variety shower Satur day afternoon to MJss Delia Prior In honor of her approachtng marriage to Dr. Ned Kenyan of Colchester Center, She received many useful presents, RICHMOND. The gani of ball Saturday nfternoon between tho Richmond high sohool and the Jericho high school teams resulted In a victory for thn visiting team, scoro 7 to 5 Mrs. Carty of Bethel is visit lng at the home of her brother, M, H. Fowler. Miss Ruth Bnrnhiim has re turned from Brandon, where sho was the guest of hor parents over Sunday. COLCHESTER. Mrs. Samuel Morrow died nt her home. In this vlllagti yesterday morning at 7:M o'clock lifter a long Illness. Tho funeral will bo hold at I or late residence Saturday oflernonn at two o'clock. Mrs. Morrow- Is survived by her husband und three, daughters, Mrs. Fred Horton and tho Misses Anna and Ada, In addition to n brother, (leomi- L, Mcllrldo of Wlnooskl The play. "How J 1 in Made Good." which was to have been given May 10. has boon postpone! ill til May 21 A. F, lluwos, State funster, will spi-uu at the not inciting of the ,ranKo, Ma. 17, oil tin nioii-ciion in the woods. The Clillioud county I laneli of the Chil.itl.tn I-hido.ivu society w II mctt In iv May Di WEST BOSTON. Mi. ' Mi. i Mulii 'town uf Ktst x were i lav ii i i , j- -s. Jif nnl .Mrs. 1-;. It. I).. m. -Minn Hernli'o Hall wa at homo from CamUrlOse ov' Suuday,- Mlss Edith Ouyetto of West Bolton and Frank Fitzrlmonds of Underbill were married May 6 at St. Thomas's Church. After their wedding trip they will reside in Burlington. Mrs. A, Lancor Is In Cam bridge. Aleck Lancor, son and daughter- in-law of Providence, R. I., aro at A. Lancor"s. Superintendent L. H. Prior visited the schools here Tuesday. W. A. Bohannon has returned from Alburg. WEST MILTON. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gale of Westford were at C. E. Osgood's Sunday. A largo number of fish are being caught In the river. Mrs. Martha Lincoln has returned from Milton, where she has been tho past winter and will occupy her house this summer. Miss Mildred Blake was at home over Sunday from her school In Grand Isle. MILTON. At the Congregational parsonage May 1 John Hart and Nellie Hicks, both of Milton, wero married by tho Rev. D. H. Strong. The Rev. Clifford Smith of Burling ton, superintendent of tho Anti-Saloon League, gavo an address at a union service at tho Congregational Church Sunday evening to a good-sized au dience. Ray and Arthur Phelps of IUehmond spent Saturday at N. E. Phelps's. Lewis Flint of the Tnlver- ity of Vermont spent Sunday with his grandfather, the Row E. E. Herrick Percy Bnvlns and John Baxondalo of Burlington spent Sunday at II. C. Bov Ins's. Albert Duchean and Edith Quen tln were married at St. Ann's Church Monday morning. Karl Robinson was accidentally shot In tho eye with an air gun Sunday morning ani wus tak en at onco In E. P. Phelps's automobile tho hospital In Burlington. Tho llttlo son of Edward Murray was rid ing from the field Saturday In his father's manuro spreador when tho machine hit a stone and threw him Into tho gear ani ho was drawn Into tho machinery. Injuring ono ankle had ly and In several other places. Miss Ethel Coburn of Burlington was at hsr brother's, Dr. C. S. Coburn, over Sun day. Mrs. Colby, who spent tho win ter at Hyde Parle, is with her son, George L. Morse. UNDERBILL. Edward F. Hanley of UnderhlU and Grace L. Gallup of Cambridge wero mar ried at the Methodist Episcopal parson age at Underhlll May 1 by the Rev. A. H. Sturgea. SHELBURNE. A handkerchief and apron shower was given at tiTj home of Mrs. James A. Cory Wednesday, May 1 to Miss Daisy Run. soil In honor of her approachtng marriage to Dr. Rupert C. Drew of Burlington. Re freshments wero served. H. F. Webb, who recently moved from North Ferrls burg to the Rlendeau house, has sold his fer.sonal property and will movo to southern California In the near future. Mrs. W. H. Parker has roturned from the Fanny Allen hospital and Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. 11. Harrington.-Mrs. f,1 Bacon, who underwent an operation at tho Mnry Fletcher hospital Wednesday, Is as comfortnblo as can bo expccieu, Tho King's Daughters inei wun Mrs. Sanders Wednesday nfternoon at two o'clock for their regular monthly meetlng.-All of the teachers In town visited schools in Burlington Monday. Miss EUzu Bartlett of Milwaukee, Wis., who has been visiting at her uncle's, J. B. liartlett, left for Chicago Mnoday noon, going from their to her home in Milwau kee. WESTFORD. Mrs. F. B. Smith is at home from tho Marv Fletcher hospital -The Rev. Mr, Smith, s iporlntcndent of the Antl-Paloon UJkuii, spoke In the .Metnouisi -iiuriu Sunday nfternoon.-MIss Medu Rk-o has returned to tli Salem normal school, Tho dalsv chain moots at tho home of Mrs. .1. II, Allen Saturday nftoruoon.-F.. n, Pnmlngu bus bought for the Welch brothers four carloads of sugar ami syrup in this mid adjoining totvns.-.Mrs. W. W. Kimball and Miss Phlla Hull have boon appolnti'l delegates to the Woman's lloiiin .Missionary union to be held in hiwnr.Uui May ;.-Tlie Fortnightly club meets v.lth MUh Pin tlld.-iu H'lti afternoon, EAST CHARLOTTE. G, M. Huzunl. hits recently iurelianod jii automobile -Mr. '" ""''IT iimltii and two ililldreii. who havo been vl-dim . Mi Smith's icl.il. I'.- Hi Imvii, I V - i.u..,'- ' v.h.ie they 1U iiliKu .i iir home In the future.- Ira Lor- attend tho funeral of his aunt. Mis. Mars' Borroughs Wright. Mrs. Peter A n -man has gono to Grand Isle w!-,i b.-r r . dren to Join her husband, who I hs i eq uation In a creamery there M-. - rid Mr-i. Russell Begor of Pittsfleld, Masa , and Mrs. David Tower and children of .Shel burne are. vlslttngtho!r parent--, Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfiold Scott.-John Hart, Sr, and daughter, Miss Nellie, and sons, Thomaa nnd John, wero In Burlington Sunday, to attend tho funernl of their relative. Miss Elizabeth O'Brien, who died Friday at tho Mnry Fletcher hospital. E. H. Converse has gono to Ferrisburg, wheru ho will bo tho guest of his cousin, Mrs. Caroline Hazard, for a week. Tho body of Andrew Ellison, who died Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Claxton, In Charlotte, was brought hero for Interment In the vllligo cemetery, Monday afternoon, following funeral services at tho home. Mr. Ellison had Just passed his SSth birthday anniversary, having been born April 30, 1SI7. in Starks boro. where ho passed tho greater part oJ his life. MILTON BORO. Marlon Stanley spent Saturday with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Wilcox. Lillian Bean and Winnie Shenn were at homo fr--- n Burlington over Sunday. Mrs. llirn Berkley la with her brother, W.U. i O'D-anicls. Georgo Phelps of Alburg - spending a few days In this place W. -lam O'Dantels ha.-, moved into .I--bn Flynn's tenement house. Mr. and Mr-,. R. E. Bullock and family wero In Cham plain Sunday. JONESVILLE. Thomas Whalen of Burlington Is spend ing a few days at his farm. Mr. .ml Mrs. M. M. Alger wero guests af B F. Goodrich's In Wllllston over Sunday Mr, nnd Mr. F. H. Chessmore were In Char lotte Sunday. Stanley Perry ot t' . Medical College was at home Saturday. WILLISTON. Mm. Jano Mahan died nt her hn.iu Monday evening of diseases Incident w old nge. Jano Strokes Mahan was hoi' at Clifton, Galway county, Ireland, .1 years ago. Sho came to this cuunti ,r lf6, and was married three years ln-i to John Mahan, who died In W Mrs Mahan moved to this town two yean ago from Hinesburg. She Is survived bj a son, James Thomas Mahan, and twe daughters, Mrs. E. A. Rollins of Willis ton and Mrs. Emma Houghton of Hines burg. Mts. Mohan was a p.ttlent sufteret and a devoted mother, and oven at hel advanced age retained h--r faculties tt tho last. Miss Floienoe Motcalf has re turned to Cllftondale. Maw, - Miss Hattii Prown and Miss S Anna Fltzslmonds en. tertalned V guests nt a tureen dlnn.-t and W0 party Frldav evening nt Brown's hall. Mr? Ellen Andrews of Burlington is visiting her sister. Mrs. H. S. John-son.-James Patten is seriously ill. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. P. J- Randall vlslud their daughter. Mrs. Harry Ellis, al Wnltsfleld tho first of the weok. --Mrs G. W. Brewster visited her daughter Mrs. Clara Norton, at Burlington the tlrsl of the week -Mr and Mrs Leslie Till have moved to Ferrlsburg. whore he ex pects employment with C '' Miller Q. E. Orover of Underbill was In towr Wcdnesday.-Mr. and Mrs. U E. Baldw r. returned Tuenlnv from a visit to tholt son, Howard, nt Montpeller Charlet Lovely has moved Into the tenomcnt housi of Luclas Baldwin. CHARLOTTE. A number of the young people had a May day duwc at the hall Wednesday May 1. Mrs. J S. Wooster nnd daugh ter spent Saturday and Sunday In Mid-dlebiirv.-Mr. and Mrs. F. 11. Che.ssmort of Jonesvlllo Fpent Sunday at her lath er's. J. B. Williams. Miss Christine Gu- lick, who Is teaching In Essex spent hun day ot her father's, the Rev. 11. Guilds. -Miss Kato Smith of Burlington h.u opened her cottage at Deer point anl Mr. and Mrs. George Leavenworth of Troy aro her guests. There were live uni ted with tho Congregational Church Sun day. Mt. Philo Inn has opened for the season, entertaining a party ot 10 nt sup per Satuiday night from Burlington. Thn regular boarders nrrlvo this week, Henry Little, who has carried on Mrs. Louise Toiu-rs farm the past season, has moved to Wllllslon.-Mrs. Frank Hum phrey and sister. Mrs. Sampson, art visiting In Monkton und vicinity. -E. H, CmiM-rse has rutin nt-d to his homo in Hunt Charlotte alte r an extended visit "i simwhliu Hollow -George Edgerton It.t fu Pl'stol Moiidaj to ni-l a large un nurd for P. . clement of Rutland. s jUuaU. who una wen m ft