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HIE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES; THURSDAY, FEBPUARY 12, 1914
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h.i brouaht nn notion In pany had Its annual meeting Saturday West Bomorvllle, Mass., formerly of this msplccs of the I lirlstlan Lndcavor so- linn u St. Alba Mra It. 0. Powers IcVcii o clock, when lie will holt com
t nldc the deed ot Mr Put- and re-elected the fame officers and ill- city. I'neumrmla and heart failure weru . icty. Supper will be served from 6:30 of Hlchford 1b spending a fow days with munlon servlco.-Thc oltlcers of the
li rt Buyer of Mr PattetBon's icotora.-Jumes Williams, Jr., Is visiting the cause of her death. o'clock until all aro serveu.-jtr. nnd Mrs. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Cowan Methodist r-jilBcopai i.nurcn win noiu
I m uhleh Mi lioyt'i was to in Dairu.-Mr. and Mrs. George E. Thomas Clark, the 15-ycar-old boh of E. WIHon of Little, on, N. 11., nre visit- -Founders' dn at Bilgham Acatlamy quarterly conference nt 12:30 Sunda nt
.mil Mrs Fiittorfon.--.laon Rrackloy have returned to their homo In Mr. and Mrs. Prior. died Mon- Ing his parents, Mr and Mrs, Oonrge A. was obsc-'sd February I. An address the church. There was a Rood attenduu
.1 ntii'tliiii was In Milton -1ihii,u,,i.i M,.un ,.r,ur ..luiii,,,. her tmr- dav moraine nt novoii nV.lnek nt rn nvul- Wilson. The dancing class of this vlllago w, civet. ,n tin nfternonn hv t'rof Sam. at tho dance Thursday night, 30 couple.-,
,fi.l, Mitchell has leturned unU, Mr, Hml Mrs Qervla.-Mlss Marie slons. will give a Valentino party February 13 uei Russet of the University of Vermont eln prosent.-Arthur Way has return- nephew, P. P. Billings. Mrs. Crossott.
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ments will he servea. uavia L,avigno anu woman s u.n.ui orpa, win i.mu muir
lion of Mori Ifitown, who has boon very
111 with pneumonia at Oeorno Bohnn.
non's In Slorllng. Is new linprovlnff,
Mrs, Muo buwllie; lias i 'turtied to hor
homo In Hurlliiffton aftoi visiting Mrs.
Ahhlf W. Crosselt at tho homo of hor
Isvlllo Is heic to attend At tho regular semi-annual meeting of ana u ciosii.h "'"sir Aftl.r tllu add t hbk tea was served by Miss u iu... au o.., . ... ..,, ,
weddlng.-MIss Florence the Vermont Btate court. Catholic Order by the regular orchestra Arthur Valley , Ulll0 Und the members of the domestic hclth.-There w 11 bo a social dance at Clir stmas, does not Impiovo In health.
VorU has been visiting of Foresters, held at the American House will cnter.-The Hev. W. T, rrBylll0 w, and , lho oVenlIR a 80C,n, lho town hall I'rlday night Refresh -The ln.lk. o It It. Smith Post
,t pie-uenten nan i.eoru- aM Mnry 0ulMnIli who )ms been 111. Tuesday afternoon It was decided to I K Jammo.u -auci a
but In eoiivaleseent-The board of civil hold tho next regular meeting at St. 'eek of special "-lces J "nnnuh
'n'nTr,I. 'authority will meet at tho town hall Sat- Johnsbury In August. The officers pres-1 Moore AcnJemy, liclsartown. Mil. A
,inAimhl. . afternoon and evenlmi for the pur- ent at the meeting were State Chief H'eda of pU-.C' T'
..ho was hurt at thn mill ,t, i...i, lut Tl.n tfnnirer .1. n. Iinnhnn.1 nf nt tnhnal.nrv. bo held In the rior ot the Ilaptlst
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N b. ttpr.-Go-to-Church schools bet" In thu village cloed for the State Vice Chief Hanger N. E.
.1 'ire Sunday and both winter term Friday. Karl Horeford has of St. Albnns, State Secretary William
11 '""d. C. C. Abbott returned to Middlebury College. Mrs. II, Drlscoll of St. Albans, Stato Treasurer
."( V Injuring one i iara Pease Is III with pneumonia. Mlw Frank V. Sault of St. Albans, Stato Dl-
.'ovlng. There Morris of Hlnesburg Is visiting hor sis- rectors Jules Slmays of Burlington,
at the hall ter, Mrs. Eugene Ashllne. I'raiik l.a- Frank II, Sabourln of Newport, the Hov.
1 Will mov vlolettc Is 111. The Sheffield Farms com- J. I). 12. Poullot of ISssex Junction, ICd-
'iiiiiM. Miss pany li filling Its large lec house. mond IviFrnnchlse
.mi. tin. party Maurlco W. Ilyan of
-',' .1 fiass. , IlfAfsl LJ1 AKIU 1 H'j. Spiritual Director tho
l. l Mm" and A daughter was born Sunday evening of Swanton, and Vice High Chief Hanger
.. - I v alter- t0 Mr, nnd Mrs. Ira E. Horroughs. Miss Simeon Vlger of Lawrence, Mass., as
' " - oilow- Mar ginlan, who is very 111 with a representative of tho high court. Tho
'' I .....li will r,.ni,RH from the irin. 1h iowlv recover- members of the Stato court wore guests
o'clock. Miss Elsie Pease of Swanton will
give a report of the national W. C. T.
U. convention at ABbury Park, N, J.,
and tho world's convention at Brooklyn
last fall. Miss Pease was State dele
gate to those conventions. The Iadlea
was held hi the gymnasium. M. L. Start
has gone to Worcester, Mass., where he
will visit his brother, H. C, Statt, tor
amlly left for their now home
In South Burlington U ednesday (leorge
Tudhone has bought the house and loi
belonging to David t.avlgne for $300 of I.ln-.oln's blithdny
News was received from Albany. N.
Saturday of the drath of M.-s. Jaiquen
Kingsbury. She loaves a husband ..ml
' d at ni, ,lsa nar i Stacy Is conllneil to tho
nil ..ro iioulft. Wti) rhi'imiaslsm. Mrs. Mercy Kel
logg of Monktun, widow ol the llcv. J.
P. Kellotig, has been spending several
weeks wlt.i her granddaughter, Mrs.
t WYclnoi- Gioige Haiard. At the annual meeting
i'."".sii i. of the Eaft Charlotte Creamery ashoe'a-
i 1 m.'V .ig (ion the lollriwlng offleers were elected!
i the tic ;h Prtwltlpnt. U . H. H. V'irnev: vlce-nresl-
dent, Hnlph Clark; secretary. A H.
White: treasuror, J. H. Tn.-art; dltee
tort. A. R. White, W. J. Biadley, I. O.
I'onte. C. 1.. Van Vllet and .1. II. Tug
4an; nudltots, John Hart, "r., and Thom-
ui H.aon. About !
surprise party Monday evening at
iom. of At t and Mrs. C. F. Gove on
last t-'re.'l. The parly was arranged In
onor of Mr tiuve's vkth birthday annl-
ersai v and 'v.is a genuine Biirprlse to
I tm. l"ne h i iilng was spent In dancing,
ausk being I'urr.ltlied by II. O Teelyea.
i.efreshnieiiH Aeri st-rvrd. Frederick
.- -rlbner of liosi nrtale. Wis., has been
Uniting his i om-lii, W'lll'am S. Kellogg.
'If. Hcribivr gae an address at the re
. it farmns" meeting, held at Clnrlotte.
.'ie KlngV Daughters met with
. II. K. Tllley Wi nesday lid ward
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n the evening at a banquet In Champlaln
hall In connection with tho celebration by
Champlaln Court, No. 402, of tho 20th an
niversary of the granting of Its charter.
N' E. tEcuyer acted as toastmaster at
T ho banquet, and the lnllowlng were tho
h, leakers: Simeon Vlger of Lawrence,
Mass., the Kev T. M. Aubln of Swanton,
Dr. J. D. Bachand of St. Johnsbury, the
Hev. J, B. E. Poullot of Essex Junc
tion, F. A. Sabourln of Newport, Julos
Hlniaya of Burlington, and the Hev. L. n.
Desrochers, J. W. Dalgnault, F, W. Sault
and W. 11. Drlscoll of St Albans. Of tho
weie present at a I " l""ner inemoera oi mo couri oniy iwo
t)1B uro imng in i. AiDans now, M, B.
L'Ecuyer and J. W. Dalgnault. and there
have been two deaths. Dr L. O. Dalg
nault and Theodore Hocheford.
The social service conference opened In
this city yesterday afternoon, the Initial
Miss Helen McEnany hag gono to Tona
lly, N. J., and Now York city. Wlnficld
Hill, who has been 111 with scarlet fever,
Is Improving. H. F. Falrchlld nnd II. A.
Soule were In Fairfax one day this week.
Tho Ladles' Village Impiovement society
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mu- f...,.,l nf Pnizenn Tltnnnhotti. nnr.,1 . . .... . .......I mi,. l.tl .,,111 ,,.r,la' hr,vnt, consi inr pilltlH
..r.- t)nng of urndiey j'arauee and jucs iuza- "'-" ""
fill years, who died Saturday of bronchitis, bpth Caan wero pubs,ie(, ln thf) Roman "f refreshments for two. A cordial in
was held at All Saints' Catholic Church -.,, ,,. r,,.i, a,,An vltatlon Is extended to the ladles and
gentlemen to be present Ashael Cl.am
BEKKSIIIRE. ' borlln was In North Hero Sunday -Dr
of Tenn ngton and nevolcnt society of the Baptist Church ,,7 , a dan tn ho oV
of Norihnold S ate will serve supper In the church dining , Pobrlmry ,0.Jt,8eph u
o Itev.T I Aubln "a ;!;C." n" "n, ll'l, St. .Obans Tuesday.-Th
On "Go-to-Cliurch Sunday" there were
about 40 more persons present then on
the ur-vlo is Sunday. A box social Is
pi'.slon being held nt the chapel of tho Sprn(;L,r tr(,; u piano solo by MIjs J
First CongreKatlonal Church at three Lynch Qf Rchford and sp.aklng. fMl
" eioeii, leu oy me Hev. vj. i . vtumwi oi
Burlington, chairman of the Interdenomi
national social service commission of tho
State There was a good attendance At
the mas-.s meeting nt the city hall In tho
evening the leader was Bev Samuel Z.
I'nMnn f. ft nnn ntW.n n 1 r. .. Y,
.T"',: ' r.:i ' 7 r".t" 'and daughter of Springfield. M.ifs
Dr. Batten gave nn address on "Social
Tuesday morning at nine o'clock, tho
Ilev, Joseph t.avlgno ntlKiatlng. Miss
Martha Manuel i Kited at the home of
Dr. Willis Adams, Newport Center, over
Sunday. Mr und Mrs. C. J. Glunvlllo
visited nt the home of her slater, Mr?
H. A. Dowilng, of St. Albi.ns over Sun
day. M; and Mrs. E. V. Gilpin and son.
Roger, visited In Newport over Stindav.
Over 60 women attended Ihe reguhir
meeting of the Woman's club In the had
over the flic s atlon Monday evening
Mrs, John U Tllcomb of Lyndonvlll ,
chairman of the art oinmllte.. .,f the
Ptato federation, gave nn interesting tulk
on "Interior Dcoratlon of the Heme"
Tho social Friday evening by the (Idol
Has class of the Methodist Sunday
school In the c "Hi parlors was a pleas
ant affair. ' In n "as singing by tho class,
by Misses Ma l'n and l.uclle Springer
and a solo I v Mrs. Judd- readings and
recitations with two selection!, by tho
ed by refreshments. -The P.ev. W. E.
Baker Is In ravr"dih lor a few da3.
His pulpit was occupied Sunday by the
The condition of D, 13. Kinney and Mr?.
C. It. Johnson Is Imptoved. The Sunday
cchool will hold n social at tho nomo jf
C. B. Rublea Friday evening. -Mra. L.
Fiances Jolley attended the Woman's cli.b
meeting nt Hlchford Monday evening.
Dr. Alvnn Davidson of St. Alcana was
cnlled In consultation with Dr. C U.
1 Branch In rnnvn'.ei'elng
Mrs. H, C. Ladd of Album Is visiting
her .jaients, Mr and Mrs. It. W Ludd.
Mis. Ashley Hoag and daughter aio visit
ing In town. Ne'.vs has been received of
the death of Edson Ufford of Ccrnlsh
FlatB, N. ., February 1. Mts. Ufford
was Miss Coidella Gordon of this plnco.
mid-month meeting Thursday attor-
noot:, Lunc'ios will be served to the
i.H'iiil'Ois of tho post and corps In honor
Mrs. E. A. Ultl
Is 111 with lumbngo. Ilur daughter,
Mrs. Lula Dutibat, was exiled homo
from Morrlsvlllo Saturday. Tho topic
for discussion at tho limiting of Man3
llold Mountain Clinngo Saturday after
noon will bo "To What lixtotit Can Wo
Profit by Co-Oporative Buying and
Soiling In Our GrariKO?"--Tho ladlerf of
the C'ongtegatlonal Church mt at
the vestry Wedne.day afternoon to
for ro-inodolttiR tho
church Itltchcn. Dt. It. W Bairow
was ln Buiilnirtoti Monday A recep
tion was Rlvon Saturday iwonlng to Mi
and Mr. Giles A. Dewoy at thpir hor.o
ln St., we Hollow, when tho a liv-l
Saturdav from tholr wedding Journey
About 60 wore p.oscnt, Including M,
nnd Mrs L. N'. Grout. Mls Cross. -'t a"d
Mr. Crosott of Wn,cit'iiry. Itef.e&n
inon's wore .-orved and two lnnf ev.'il s
were piosented to M" and Mrs. Diiw.y
In behalf n' thn company. A sirprls
party was tlvn by '.0 of his friends
Johnsun at D E. Kinney's Saturday- T.hoy ha1 llvcd 8 ' htl' '"t Saturday evening to Arthur J. Huston
Margie and Eleanor Duffy of Enosburg W,fr!.' until la.t '"'mi. when they Rt Uio hom(j Qf hH Mf nml
Falls passed Sunday at the home of C D d l,'c'' I,Ulc0 A'"' movrd t0 f"' " Mrs. J. If. Houston. A:, elaborate sup-
r shlro -there will be a ho:.- social at the urv...rt ,,. ,.,,. r,. mo.io
' ' Methodist Episcopal parsonau Thu.-sauy
FRAN1CLIN. evening for homo missions Mrs W a
Mlncklcr, who was operated on at the
iirs Maua Houtthixboom ruum-.d Sat- jInrj Fjttcher hospital a few daya ago. la
urday night from Milton, where nhe ban getting along nlcoly.
eeen ror .several wiei'.D. I- 'sti r Whitney
spent the week-end at hla homo here.
The piny "Thn Spy of Gettysburg." given
bj home tnleiit here lust week Wednes
diiy and Thurfday evenings svns a sue.
cliie and It wa g'v.
evt't.lni? and wl.l be il'etentLd at High
g.ili Center KiU'ay etenlng. Mrs Mary
rlbiier of .-:t Johnso.iry h.i." bean spend
ing u few days with hr brother. A. S.
Rev. V. H. AtKinson.-.Mrs. v. . rarren rratt.-Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Roblo of Bak-
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ia rL'iu. eiuiK in,'.' .' n, er.sellj
Bndd. Jr., town.
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ness. Mr. and Mis. H. II.
Ie, who had both feet amputated at ,iPnIs. To-day's conferences will be held
Mary FU teller hospital a week ..go, Is
uniil1 as could be expected. W. W.
at the Congregational chapel. This morn
ing at ten o'clock talks of from five to
visiting Mr. ISudd's parents a few days.
Mrs. A. II. Manley has returned from
a nine weeks' mnj at a sanitarium In
Nevada, Mo.-Mark Nadlan of Lvnn,
.oh and ,laui.htei. Florence, visited at ,.even ,nnules on .,clv)c, inrtusitrlal and M:lss" nas u'l'n ,!UeHt r Ilon,p'- l''- Jennlson
Kennedy's In C'ulchestt'r over 3un-
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Social Reform" will be given by local -nowaru Kimoaii renoemn a vioi.n soio.
Ijuslness men. The general subject of accompanied by Mr Rawson on the or-
the conference opening at three o'clock Kan' a' 'h Sunday morning sen lop in
will be "Rural Work In the County- ran the Methodist Church.
SI Allmt.u tie Mill. Mi,i- nf .1 I Vi.. ,.r
e last Thuisduv hurl.ng one Idp nnd Th,s PVt.niB waV-s am, m,,ans wII, ur c0n.
.'CKnuiu- DBtuv .iioti1.!-er(.u,0Kcn. ,, o,..,,,,!,,,,,,, ror work w,u bo Tht. Lil,lw AId
s has l.e.n .ecehed from the Mary ,,.,., Amnnir ,,., tI1.dnv ,.., hn hK. ,M
Mrs W. Loi. ..Id ,uid Mfs W. Smith ci
Brj..ltllne, Mass. have been visiting Mr
and Mrs. N W. Flsk.--At the Ladles' ..d
at Sheldon last ol.e,iy annual meeting Fehi-jar I tho
following odlcs were elected: P.eslden'.,
Mrs. H. tl Skeels; Ilrst vlce-P il.lnt,
Mrs. t. Hall: second, Mrs. V. I'jbonie;
third, ?.5rs. W F. Hill- secretary Miss
Hill: tnasurer. M.ss Birlha Os-
rseld have bc-n spending a few days In borne. .,rho allnu: oysitL.r .uppcl. for the
Mothiidl-t K'dco !' h " I v.- mi !
SWA.NTON CENTER Wednesday nlgnt. The oyrtcr supper fo-
J '" the Catholic Church was held Th.ir.-Jav
i . S. Jennlson went to New York Mon- night. 1 he receipts were JVi -Mrs N. W.
day nlpht and sailed Wednesday on tho Flrk has gone to New York for 8 iew
Lusltanla for a business trli abioad. Mi s. weeks. The Isle 1.:, Motte club plav ed to
and thre, children staittd the a crowded hoite at Lockwood's hull In Al-
Janu s I)r nt had a severe fall nn
that Mrs Frank Tal-
.,,' "" , ' , ' " M- c- A- secretary, and the Rev. John B. noon. In tho evening warm sugar was
n vl.ul l LlTu,ZL;lVl I'-'-T'lon of the Fnivet sallst Church at serVed and an apron alo held.-Mrs. E.
' " "" narre.
'..lighter. Mis- p.i.rthi Anna was At the annual meeting of the St. Alban-'
'.' . i' f ,,.hl" PlaC'0, ''lns ' following onicers were elected:
i..v. A. B Puttur of Uiltlaton per- President, W. D. Chandler: vice-president. ,
l the ceremonv. I mils Phelps and j. w, Hanley. 8PCr,.t;il.v. w. K istman;
i wero fornurh m this nlace. Mr. . . ...
, , .-iiauiei , , ri. iiiiuee; uiiouor, A. v.
Mrs. Jack Chapm.ii. .ave a reception Hoblnson. The board of directors com-
. y night for Mr. .m..1 .M'ss Janice Mc- paf,fl, -v w n cnJf,. w c.b(lfrei
who have returned from their wed- T . ,,.,,,. n n.., r, ,.,
man, Michael Maglff anu J. B. Wlllson.
i- line night for Chs. ago where tho will
vllt her pari nts !oi ,i lew weeks dur
Inc his absence .Mrs Earl Ayer and two
.oun(j dauKhterc oi St George ure ex
ported soon at the hnnv of her parents,
Mr and Mr' I''. M. Hub:,. id, for a visit.
-Mis. Cyrlle Palpmuult returned Mon-
the parlor of tho lUly night from a week's visit In Mon
treal. Thermometers rgitered at sun
rise Wednesday monvng 33 degrees be
burg Frldav night. They went to Christy,
N. Y., Tuesday. The club is workh.g on
a western pin" which they expect to give
in March W C Trnmbly h'is accepted a
position with a Boston firm and is travel
ing In Massichusetts. Miss Gertrude Hall
has gone to Ronton for the white- -MWs
Hattlo Flftv tin? returmd hem" from
Rou.es Point, N. i. Denis Paro nnd
Fred Paro. Jr.. have moved back to town.
B. Smith, while going down cellar one
day last week, slipped three stairs from
the bottom and fell, breaking the small
oui.e in one cintwe. i I s. a. i. l u.ii. u..a duy l)UBlrwlw
been for sevetal weeks.
trip. Only near relatives were In-t.l-tht
refreshments wero served.
i Kendrew was In Essex Junction
.dn v. f'larence I'aswell had a severo
1 on the !.. last week, cutting a ga--h
the top of his head Mr. nnd Mrs.
orge Dugue nn patents ot a son.
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i- .list hi,
is in poor
. li.io been dangerously 111
s. but Is now a little better.
il t;ilent will give the play,
-',:.-r." In t.ie town hall jn
I., for the benefit of tho
u-a, which will urnl-h
ii 1 1 . uig m p.ny. (teil Frlrtay
ireie fuif a uinner
Carroll Rockwell and Frank Harvey ot
this city w.re In c,ty court before Judge
N. N. Post Thursday evening, charged
with larceny of slims from a freight cir
They waived t xanun.ition and were bound
over to the Maieh t"imof F-anklln coun'y
court under $J0t ball.
Mis. Mabel Corrigon hns announced the
marriage eiiga';i in-. nt ot her daughter,
Mi Mue Heltn C. iiivan. to 11. E. Ilig
glus. The marriage will take place In
The funeral of A. C. Stonegrave. who
night after nn Illness of
nenily three months, will be held at his
.ate home on North Main street this aft-
Cotnmon und Miss Ann i B.
Cota, daughter of Mr. and M.- f'harles
II. Cota. were mauled nt the Iv" of
'be hi lie on Congress street yesterday
morning at ten o'clock, th. .'i ...
being performed by tho R.v X. W.
Anthony of the First Congregational
nuirch. Only Immediate relative;! wero
present. Mr. nnd Mrs. Common left on
tho 10:15 o'clock train for a trip to Bos
ton and New York. Mr. Common Is man
ager of tho Woolworth store ln this
t the underu..lnn rooms of It. II.
1"'rcornev yesterday afternoon :.t 2:30
'''ok took place a Masonic funeral
-erM.-e for the late Chellls Stewart Junes,
, ho du d nt tho hospital Tuesday ..-en-I
aig as the result of Injuries suffered that
morning when ho fell from a ladder at
, ihe pulp mill at Sheldon Springs. The
, I'cureis were: Avery G. Smith, K. J St.
( lnlr, H. M. Drennnn and C. C I utle.
The body was tal en cn tho 2:30 o , lock
train to Cownnu'llle, P. Q., and from
there will be taken to Iron Hill, where
the burial will take place Friday Mr.
Jones's father came here from Swce s
i.urg, P. Q.. to accompany the bodv
Wright was In Colchester Mun-
J. Wright was In
Peter I.onge Is ser
ious 111 with pneumonia and heart trou
ble C. T. Hall has returned from Bos-
pet was served an.: games an.t musio
enjoyed Mra. E. K Houston nnd
dauffhter, Doris, of Wa'erlvtry wero
vls'tors at J E Houston's 8nturdo,y
li T. iJalo. tho voie.-an cctil buyer.
I. ls t3li'ppe? 13 cov;a and 15 calvefl to
Mussa.'k'iie.tts this weok daughter
was ton. nn February 0 to Mr and Mr3.
WKMa Douglass of Bent.tngton. formerly
of stowo Miss Marjorlo Watto W03
called homo from V. atrliiry by ths 111
nesrt of hrr mother. M,. .ird Mrs. C. L.
MiMU.on are It. B aiiri' ton A pon 's
..-tl Keti.-iuiry 3 to Mr. ar.5 Mra Walter
'.. f It, ton Prof. C. A Adams of Tufts
1 o! f.,11 lallcd his mother, Mra. K. J.
'..lams, at the Funny uten hospital,
Winooskl Sunday. Mrs Adams Is doing
.s well .is could be expected. Harold
vlagoon and George FVury wero 'n
MorrlBVllle Tuesday. Tho condition f
Mrs. Frank I'.uit who has boen ln 111
Health for sewial months, does not lm-ilovc.-Mis.
Nen.il Blgelow, who !s
-.lowly recovering from a long Illness,
iontlnues to Improve. She Is able to sit
up a part of the time
Thine va- a large attendance at the
public meeting at the high school build
ing Tuesday evening when the facultj
.if the high and graded schools carried
nut an Interesting program. The pro
..tarn Included several selections by the
Peerless orchestra, a vocal solo by Mrs.
II. W. Barrows, the opening address y
Vm ipal A G. Reynolds. Papers read In-
. luded "History, the Foundation for
Modem Life," by G. A. Burnham, "Ger
man, Its Trnlnlng and Value." Miss Par-
iiil n'cre In town over Sun-
Mi. s. ,1
. . r
n 1 .
' i 1 1
Lyon of Hlghgate Center
, Ivrry's at noon Wedne-s-
"boou u, nur.iiimo.i ornoo nt 2:30 o'elo-k, the Rev. W. Parkyn
Florence Smith accompun- .incks,,in ,,fllrln tlnir. Mr Rlnm irrnv,, was
horn In f'ftnn lolmiie. .V V.. Arirll 11. 1" tl.
ior,d Ofcgood nre n)1(i WHBi thp"refore, nearly 70 years old.
,u)' When a young mun he
In 1,18 U oping cur conductor.
1 .11 IT,, i iui . . . . , . . .
v w ,., ,r ' ''nBer r rol'"ut;lor 011 tni l(,n"al In town Sunday, tho guest of his brother,
pres- Vermont railway when the line was first jiarcus.
i ave a pro- ODen,,rt between St. Albans and St. Johns.!
r VllCh Ml' p n l.nt,,r ho ivna nrnrle I 'n n.l ill., n
his talk fr,.iRiit and iiossensrer agent at Jlortieal
Mrs H. J
was n wanner spet the week-end hero, returning Sun
In ISO!1 he was ,i.. llnm, Arel.nmlin.ilt nf Hedfnnl una
and this position hu held until h s death.
Mr Stonegrave marrhd M'-s Ell?a Noblo
of this city November SO. l'-M They had
i two on. One died In Infancy and the
; other, Augustus Noble Slone::iave, died In
'lOW at the age of 2T, years. Mr Stone-
Mrs. E. C. Nash of Buillngton, who
has been spending the win'er ln New
York, was the guest over iiumlay of her
mother, Mrs. S. E. Wilson. Mrs. Frank
Minor picked a dandullon blosom ln her
.ud Februnr 7. John Dolaii tins re
turned to Burlington aftei pas-sing n few
davs In town. The Woman'- Home Mis
sionary society met Wednesday
afternoon with .Mrs. t; i. iiuilcr. Mi
and Mrs. W. S. White .-pent February
S in Huntvllle nt the home of H. D.
Shepardson. Mrs. II. F. Leach has re
ceived notice of tho death of her niece,
Mra. Ilattle M. Husbands, at Lincoln,
Neb., aged JC years. She was born at
North Fairfax and was tho second
daughter of the late Damon P.. Howard
of N jrth Bend, Neb. In ISSc n- removed
with her parents to N'orth Bend ami later
to West Point, where she finished hr
education Aftfr teaching In Cini.mr
county she was man led to Charles Hus
bands. She leaves a hii'-bund. three sons,
two sisters and . li" '.rother.
The third semi-annual Institute of Wednesday
Lamoille River District Sunday School
l association will be held In the Baptist
Church Tuesday afternoon and evening,
I Fobruary 17 The program includes: Ad
dress, "To What Consideration Are tho
Present Methods of Sunday School Teach
ing Entitled?" the Rev. J M. Maxwell,
Fairfax; address, "The Ideal Every
Member of the Church ln the Sunday
school," the Rev. O. M Bnutwell. Blng
hamvillc: address, "The Trained Scndny
School Teacher of tN' Adolescent Period."
the Rev. F. Wilson Day Franklin con
ference, "The Teacher's Preparation Be
tween Sundays," the Rev II A Durfee,
State secretary: reports from all schools
In the districts, attendance difficulties;
P.elatlv. s from Stowe who attended the ker; "Training for Vermont's Great In
funeral of Mrs Helen Eddy Somerville in dutry," Mr. Chaffee; Applied Mathe
Wnterln.rv Sntnrd.iv were J. B Avers. W. 'ii.tics." Miss Fltzslmonds. 'English,
ton. 11. L. Weatherby of Burlington was yc- Ayers. Mrs. Aurora Adams Mr. and What Vo Tech and Why, Mr. Rey-
ln town Wednesday. Mrs. v. .dams. Mis M W Marshall, nolds; and ar. address. What You Can
TjTr t i.m, Mrs. Fred Tntrn, Mr. and Mis. Selden Vn For Your Child," by Superlnt ndent
nlJUU Whibl. Adams. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Cleveland, c D. lIove. At recess a dinner pall
I Ml. and Mrs. II. H. Bossier ipent Sun- Mis. Vernon Chamberlain. Miss lntz 'nmh nmlndid he audience of their for-
iduy at fli" home of Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Ayera, Mrs. C F. Edd and Mrs. Maude m,.r school days, and was given to ln-
P.ushford on th" Notch road. Eva iladd Heath. The i enialns were brought heie and speet exhibits. Those of occupation work
'of East Reikshlre is Kiting at the homo burled ln the Eddy famll-' lot in River nerp j eharge of Miss Bigelow, lang-
of hei aunt Mrs C C. Shansniw. Mr. Bank cemetery. Miss Dorothea Seaver of
land Mrs. W V. Shangraw weie at Enos- Cady's Falls l visiting her aunt, Mrs G.
burg Falls Satin day.-Mls.s Katherlne M. Town. Her m"tner, .mi.-, i-.. in. aea
Daicy spent Saturday and Sunday at ver- ls visiting Mrs. E. J. Adams at the
i!3 ISLE com
. I I.. A liPMI' 's -eiiously 111
typhoid pne nnonla 'aid one of her daush
tus has pnc.inioe'n A trained nuts. K
In atteiidnni e - I Krealt, who had
been II! fm (..nn. .....e at the home of
h's I'aii.iit N'rs (iorge Mitchell, died
l'ut." Mr. i ,i,i i. h..i,i ,i. i, a ,i-n, l"o Mens class of the Methodist
f.i.'.'s Sun- u. o. ,,., ' ... ,i Mi.. i?ii, v,.i.in f'hurch aro planning a social evening for
February 27. A thower party for Miss
.emua .Maynaru was nem in tne nome address. "The Teacher Problem.
oi .urs. j. u. unnamme .iionuay even- rj. A, Coventry, Fairfax
ing. ine we.ming ot Miss Z.enlda May- dav BchooI Efficiency. (Teacher
observed giave Is survlv. d by his wile and u sister nar" 01 this place anl Leonaid Polssant ng)," the Rev WUllnm Sha"',
1 dlth Mrs Hubei, npd a brother, both of Syra- "f Sheldon was celebrated In St John the poller
wee! -end cuee. N. Y. Mr Stonegrave for GO years Baptist Church Tuesday morning, the ' ots-n
bur.- 'drs had been one of the most respected cltl- Hev G. It. L'Ecuyer officiating The j WEPT RERKSHIRE
to iBlt zen of St. Albans. He wa always Iden- urines hrother. S. J. .Maynnrd, gave her
'.".v i ij-g. tilled with tie best Interests of the town. ..way and the groom's father, E. Pol-'
I me , lie wan a self-made man In the best sense Mint. wa his attendant. Mualc was fur-1
I). of that term, and one of the most popular nlshed by ...inball's orchestra, of which I
illl and widely known men on the Centra! Ver- the bride ls a member. After a week
at- mont railway, which had honored
int with one of Its highc-l ofllces.
at' The lire d.ipiitm. nt was called cut
iux'Satuidiy evening about eight o'clock by
lilm In Canada, they will bo at home with
The Sunday !hooI of the Methodist
Episcopal Church will hold a valentine
social Friday evening at the parsonage.
Refreshments will be ( served. Mr. and
Mrs. Casslns Armstrong and daughter,
Gertie, and .Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Hunt
Mrs. Archlo Austin nf North Enosburg,
who was opoiatml on about two weeks
a still alarm lor a chimney lire In tho ago for appendicitis, lu much Improved,
Parr, s block No Carnage was done, th? The Rev. Vernon Young of Montreal was
,er-' blo'v biii'i .Mlmtulsbed by six ga"..ns n guest In the home nf C, It Abell over
nt- of ihciniui.8 Sunday
The Sun, av school institute of Lake- The Rev W E. Baker returned Monday
side dWtriit will be held at the Congro- fiom Cavendish. Hark Brown of Hart
gitlonal chapel li, this ciiy Wednesday ford, Conn Is visiting his fathor, C R.
Mis Ha- afternoon and evening. February IV The Brown. -The hockey game Monday evon-
i led over meeting Is Interdi nomlnational The dls- Ing between tennis from tho f th and ilxth
l .v rest. A trlct Is composed of the Sunday rfehoola grades resulted In a score of 1 to 0 In favor
I' 's Tues- In the towns of Heoigla, Greens Corners, of the latter. That one score -vns made
U 'a bll th- St AH litis and Ht. Albans Hay by Gardner Mears. W. L. Gardner was
the bride's mother on Mlsslsouol street.- attended the funeral of Mrs. Hunt's fath
er. Reuben Armstrong, at Abbotts Cor
ner, Que., Tuesday. Mr. Douglass of
Nowport has rented E. A. Austin's black
smith Bhop. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Bowen
i In iiilei i;..iii'i ii. r th. Me.ln.u -i
l.piscopal .iiuiii. at the Center Thuis
du" evening va.- well attended The n t
proceeds wire f!5iV'. J S. Gordon has
"en slowly tailing In health for some
line Miss Mae Soule, who has been
mimed to the house by Illness all vvln
. r, I now able to get out. H. W
Vi.ii.in. win, has ii, -en 111 with the grip,
mow linpiovlng -lowly. The .nfunt son
1 Mr and Mis. William Davis Is 111
Wth pneuniiiniu. - The Rev. D. G. Lai-I
-haw Is at II W Marvin's spending a i
iw das wl.h his tumlly, who are at !
Mr. Man In'.-, fot the winter. Miss Ellza
i th Brown Is at Hlghgate caring for a
oiisin, who Is 111. David Brough, an I
iged lesldent of this town, died at thai
MOiue of his daughter, .'s George;
1 Mlt'inl'.. Thursday moitiini. The t neral 1
k was held at tho R. C. Church. Mrs.
U. A strong and little du.iglitc. , Until.
have gone to Panama to join Mr Suonn '
' who .uiil there 8oni" m nl'" ng !
The eaithuuake Tuesday afternoon
shouk i veiything aicind irnvn. At A. E
'Alllaiil's the bell on the clock lang sev
eral times and at Janus Clelland s. whero
Ihieshlng wius In progreu, the shaking
caused the maiiilner.v to run so unevenly
that the men stopped the engine to Und
the trouble. -F. M. Vosburgh la quite 111
with the grip. Miss Lama Mott has re
turmd .'mm a llt with friends In Can
ada. -Mts Reagan and daughter, Ethol,
Fanny Allen hospital, Winooskl. Mr. and
Mrs. Giles A Dewey returned Siturda--from
their wedding trip, dutlir- which
they visited Montreal and northern New
York. Mis. C. O. Burt and tin Misse.s
Barbaia and Morjorle Burt vave a t. a
nt th Inline o Maple street Friday
afternii.in It was ne of a series of te-us
with and a half a dozen ladies were present.
Mrs 11. C. McMahon gave one of . se
ries of caid parties at her home Saturday
afternoon. Ten tables were raved.
A public meeting will be held Thurs
day evening at eight o'clock at the high
of last week. sihool building, every person being re-
u.ige, Miss Campbell; writing and geog
raphy. Miss Merritt. composition a id
arithmetic, Miss Sargent. The exh.blts f
the agricultural department In the ba e
ment attracted much attention, and 'n
. luded tools, pamphlets and apparat s,
pictures of wnrkins . lasses and botan'. al
specimens. Tuesday was one of the
coldest days of the winter Thermometers
rerlstered from JO to M degrees below
rcru In th" morning nnd from Ive to 10
b'io'i :ii dnv. with som" wind M'ss
Ruth McMahon gave a "Slumber" party
at her home Monday night to several
young ladies, among them the Misses
Gates und Breen of Morrlsvlllo. Orders
have already begun to come In from for
mer residents for copies of the people's
.misted to bring an old-time dlnner-pall history of Stowe.-Ruburn R. McMahon
who have bien V"ry III, aro Improving. ,
of Franklin visited his brother, Georgn M'S Herbert Ttui'.eau was cbllged to give
up teaching three days Inst w "k be
c'.un,.' of fhrjat trouble1
There will be a necktie social at J
Leach's Friday evening, the ptoceoJs to
be used for the choir of tho Congrega
tional Church. Mrs. Snphronla Johnson
Is seriously ill at tho home uf her daugh
ter, Mrs. Leon Sheldon of Bnkcrslleld,
ter, Mrs. C. W. Lanctot, Her ilaugh-
' Mil ton vis-, The funornl of Daniel H. McCarthy, the referee. Mls.s Graco Densmore return
-in, lav.-Mr. whose body was brought bore from "i0 returned to Chelsea Monday after ,..,', caro for her -A daughter wn J . . Tm. V.
,i". .'turned Chicago Friday night and taken to the POSB.ng two weeks with her cousin Mrs. P'n?n C" Z Z.tZL L " ?a,I f" '". .n f " '
M.iyvllKi'B.- home of WIMlam ITtgeinld on Lincoln K Jl Parmelee.-Mr. and Mrs. F. A Mer
. u Bpondlng avenue, was hold at St. Mary's Church rl" 1,,ft Monday for their home In Brook-
Saturday morning at nine o'clock, the miihs. Mr. Merrill Ib of the rm of
born to Mr.
Hev I). J. O'Sulllvnn olllelatlng. The
. wtun died Sunday bearers were Michael McMahon, FroJ-
,ome at Malletti Bayiei'lek Maloney, Thoiuas Columan, It. F
ot ?e,i daya with bronchial ' Leahy. Daniel Howiigan and Peter
s. Newton was 70 yearn Ilupe. The burial was in Holy Cross
it e Urt W yearn of her cemetery. Among those piesont from
I, ovl'ng to her present out of town wore Peter Tlurney and
a She Is survived by Miss Nora Pltsspatiick of Rlpton, tho
ni son, Arthur, who Misses Maiy and Margaret Ryan of
. The funeral wa Rutland and Mr. and Mrs. James Tier
on at one o'clock ney of Boxbury.
The burial was Charlen A. Lovely and Miss Jessln M.
Merrill & Oldham of Boston There was a
fairly good attendance at the sugar cat
In Perley's hall Tuesday evening under
tho nusplces of the Poultry nnd Pet Stock
association. Music wns by Kimball's or
chestra, with Master Donnld Kimball first
Miss Burnlce Guyetto of Morrls
vlllu ls visiting heie. Mrs, George A.
llson hns returned home from a visit
of two months with her daughter, Mrs.
Joseph Benton, of Groveton, N. H, The
Itov. Elbert B. Holmes, who was the
t I .u wri.tip went mflrliHil Till rpilll V. thn
ceremony being performed by the Rev.
F, A. Lendrum of the Methndlut Episco-
wlll be Pal Church. Mr. George lively was tho guest ot tne itev. w, T. Forsythe, re-
Prldav even- -matron or honor, and Mr. Lovely the best uirned to Sanford, Me,, Friday The
the benefit of ma" The groom his been night dark irst annuil banquet of Mlsaliquol lodg
3ope has re- al tne American iiumo ior teverii yrars
and the orme nas ueen u ton operaioi ut
the ,.ffl" ! the Finnklin County Tle
ph mc euiiipany for three- years. They
,v ! ' ! II nt 'ii l'PP"r Wilden stret.
h, lain !-- . iv. .1 of tho death
ut jih Am. a HlouKiitun) Forties of
.'adflc coast. -uf,...fl
'I h 'V r"t urni'd
' Ml and
! 1 1 M1
i 1 1 ' i J r o i ii. j
o. t, F. ft A. M.. wl l be Elven ai th
vmerlcan Douse Friday evening H. II.
ROBS of Rutland stcietary the grand
'odga, will b the principal speaker, A
'iooige Washlncton supper and aoelal
will be jflven In the dining hall of the
Baptist Church Fobruary 2.1 under tho
C B. Parsons has resigned the offlco
ot town clerk, W. S. Shepardson has boon
nppolntcd town clerk. William Boozan Is
suffering with blood poisoning In his
James Allen of Ludlow spent Sun
day at home. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Warren of liattsburgh, N, Y., are
guests of Mr and Mrs. Juan Robin
son. Tho 1-ulles' Aid served dinner at
the vestry Febtuary 4. Mrs. Phelp3
don. Orrln Landry of Johnson spont
Sunday In town. Miss Clara Tracy ls
visiting In St. Albans. Mrs. Fred Al
len wuh In Burlington Friday
M u. Ileiuy llazt.i l slowly Improving.
and an old-fashioned school lunch. The
Mowing program will be carried out:
Music by the Peerless orchestra; "Why
We Have Come," Principal R. J. Rey
nolds; "History a Foundation for Modern
Life," George A Burnhem; "Oetman
U. S. Training and Value," Miss B mice
Parkel. music, quartette; Training for
Vermont's Great Industry, ' R. L. Chaf
fee; recess and the dlnner-pall. exhibits;
"Occupation Work," Mis- Susan A Blge
low; "Language," Miss Martha Camp
bell; 'Writing and Geography," Mis-s
Mertie Merritt; "Composition and Arith
metic," Miss Ella Sargent; music, qua--tette;
"Applied Mathematics," Miss S. r.
nn Fltsslmonds, "English What We
Teach end Why," Mr. Reynolds, "Whin
Vou Lan Do to Help Your Child," .Su
perintendent C. D. l.'o rr.us'c, Peerless
orchestra: discussion.- I'ilzabeth, tho six-year-old
daughter of Mr. U'i.1 Mrs. L I.
Harlow of Stowe Ho'low, mt sitli a
serious accident while sliding Frldiy
morrlng. Tho uhlld, who was out alor...-,
was fovnd by her riste- at thu
foot of .i stoi.p hill. Apparent
ly her si .al ran Into i fenco
post. brenl-Jng her right Ie? .hove tht,
kmc. Shi had br:i on the now foi an
hour ar.d a half wnn was nearly frozen.
Bhu was doing wel' Si,ttirdn.
Mrs. H. C. Reed. whi
a few ''ays in stow.
tc itcrlm Friday What Is thoughr
to 09 the largest load of logs ever drawn
into the vtlage tame Into the C E. .ind
F, O. Bun lumber
Forks Thursday, ll
returned Tuesday .from a business trip to
Boston. William Paugle Is at home from
Montpeller for two weeks. Tho condition
of Mabel, the little daughter of 5ir. and
Mrs. L. J. llai low whose leg was broken
In a collison w.'th a post while sliding
down hill last Friday, ls satisfactory. The
I tt!e girl suffered no harm from her ex
posure of an hour and more after the
MORRIS V I LLE.
lo'iu Porn. Sr., w-.-.t Friday to Lyn
.'.divine to attend the funeral of his
sUler-ln-laiv, Mrs. Angelina Terry An
gwltre Lelviile as .1 daughter of Mr.
a id Mrs. Lowh Qelvllle and passed near
1 '.er whole if? In MorrisvUlc. About
. yais ago ahi was united In marrlago
to JosoDb Pero- Trom thlj union seven
children .vera bo-n all i' -Vrjai survive
th:!,- mclher: Le.Mi., Ma. nrl. Lucy,
Resile, and twins. Grace and Jessie.
Mr-. Pr-ny Is a!o su.-vivcl by live broth
"r.i ar il three sisters: Tin mas Belvill of
Dar.ville. 'villlam and Frod of Barro,
Gcutge i,.' Lymlrnville, und Oliver. Mrs.
Joel: Counnej of Eden. Mr.- Hollls rut
ram of M-TisvlMe and M s. Mary Shan
tell of Portland. Ore. The 1rst of a ser
ies of """11118 aiveii by members of La
mcllle Lodge. N. E O. P., was hld
has spent Tlurrds. evening at he farm home r.t
returned -lr- nna .Mrs e roa a. uuoert ado-h
SO were pr-scnt Progrr-,ivo whist wa
tho m.im amusement cf ths owning.
Mrs. 1" W latter of Hlgngtu came
yard from Stowe Thur.'dM eerl.g to vimt tic.- (1 .nmh ter,
contained W logs Mr i iiarriut tc lieorge K. iowno apa
and meiiB.ire.1 2,ilM feet. The legs were sister. Ml
dry or tho load would have bc-n too day f'orr
heavy for two horses.
Mrs H E. Shaw, George W. G 1, .
II. KaUer. Mr and Mrs. P S. Kalsot,
Mr. nnd Mrs. fi. c Bailey wore among
those who attcnd-vl tho funeral of Mrs.
George W Warren in Moulsvillo Mon
day. The remains wore brought to
Stowe and tho burlnl wns In the K.ilser
I'dra Grljwold retimed Frl-
a visP of s-.v-ril reoko tn
WasPngton D. C
Mrs. Harriet Ido li'stnc'or -f he t'weh
lis' trnlnlng department of Peotl i's Acad
env , lef. Kridn evetdng for Wellcley,
MaM whero she d-llvcivd an addrcw
T'n sd'iy al Wellesley College, at a confer-t-ice
ot vocational teaching Her subject
was ' Opportunities for "oclal Service
family lot In tho River bmk i eniotory. InV. r-nont Rural Schools."-Mrs. B, L"
Llsfcom tt of Burl ngton. who has v sited
for a week with Mr nnd Mi"- Georio
Pieelnlle, iclurned home Fat iuav Mlsi
Mi'dred S1.. vens cclco -aled h. r nln h birth
day Sati.rdav by giving a pattv to to little
girl friends Games were enjuved lu the
Mt E Wnrreu was . slslei of M ...
Charles Ploof, Josoph DoColl and tho
Into Mrs. S. H, Kalsor of Stowe. Thorn
was nn Increased nttendnuco and an
-Tho annual doliutlon for tho benefit of intoroatiiiB service nt ench of the vll
i tho Methodist Episcopal Church will be aK0 chuichos Sunday when "Every.
held at the church I hursday evening. hody at-church" day was observed. At afternoon and lefieshmonts served. Mlsi
iMtnt.t U'lll lie II tbilli illtr 8CllO.ll Fl-idllV r-l.,,,..!, tl,.. ..nutr... VI, ,-n Cni-i-lni- ,.itin-niiil t7,.M',i. nva,,..,.
Tho regular meeting of Banner Grange lt.ht.Tie Uev. Mr. Dukeshlre, district "Tho Sormon I Heard nt the Educat'on- from an extended stay with her sister,
will bo held r-eDruary a. u will be an K,ni.., ii.i,.n,i,.iit uin nreneli nt tin, Mntlm. ..t 'n,..r,, -vr nt,n -n nno. t.o i c r-n,,n,,i f iinr.i.viov n-,T
open meeting and will be addressod by ll3t up,,t.0pal rhurch Siindiu imirnlng, 1 0nt' nt the Congregational Church. Tho Badger who ls employed at Lisbon. N. H,
tne J ion. v.. . waa u r luiimui on me wllc hl) wlu aiin)tfter tin- siu'rnmont pastor preached on the subject. "On came Frldiu evening to spend Sunday
subject of good roads.-A bop was born of thu ijrtl-s sUp)er gmttoiiy con- This nock Will I Build My Church." with his fnmlly.-.Mrf. Myra Stiles went
to Mr. and Mrs. Julian Ballard Febru- fe,t.co ..in be held after services. At the Methodist Enlsconal Church tho Pntutdav to Middlebury to visit with her
Mrs. Henry Hnzen Is flow!., improving subject of the seinion was 'The sun and wife, Mr and Mrs John Stllc.1
Miss Efflf lluynes wua taken to the Tomptatlon of Christ." There was a lloiaci P.'W. rs returned to Burlington
Waterbury Insane hospital last week largo attondnnre nt tho evening moot- Enturdav VHIInm G McCllntock left
Miss M. Eva Hide is visiting Mrs. John Ing, which was led bv W R Collins. Satuidav . West Lynn. Mass. where hu
ary 4. Mr, and Mrs. Alien Charland also
have a son. Mrs. John Pattee Is III,
The agricultural meetings held in the
town hall Thursday were largely attend
ed, The speakers wero the Hon Andrew
Elliott of Gault. Ont Prof, M. A. Jip"
of McDonald Collere, Que., Stat Fors-
nquette at Staii I'aim Leach for a few
as. -The uniuial donat.on for the
enodl of tho Methodist Lpbuopal Church
vlll be held at the church Thursday
Tho Rev. Mr. Dukeilre, illa.rlet uper-
t.r r. A. Hawes of Burlington and State i lntendent, will preach at the Methodist
Commission61- 0f Agrlctilturo E. 8. Brig. Episcopal Chun h Sunday morning at
Mrs LR"e, who with three children will spend seven1 weeks with his top
recently come from Binttleboio to th.
home of her father, W S. Cn'pente,
at the Burt tenemont on Puckoi st c'
went Monday to Burlington fi r tie.u
mont for an abscess at tho Mary
Fletchor hospital. Mrs. Josso Roh.vi-
nnd wife. Mr nnd Mrt 11 M.'Cl n' K
- Mi and Mr. A '"aim. who heve r 1 1
I 1. rrifvillc f q :n i.m. wen' Saint
("ay to IlardwiiU. wnere Air C'ano has cm-
(rontlimeil on pone in