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A son Has inn ii Tuesday to Mr. ami Mr
Wlliner 'Wuitcn ur Colchester avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. F.dvvnrd Dnri-V 'f Hlssell
fctreot ate tin' parents of u li.iliy mmi.
Mr. and Mrs Kdwnid Thcitlcit of H''I"
Hrcet aru t lie parents nt a daughter, born
A settlement and n decree weto nnuli! in
prohnto court Thutsday In the eslute at
1 r ink F f 'iii-nii' i' of M '.t'Mi
A ll.iiisi' was granted In inoliate court
Mondi Hi Hp- estate nf Hubert Klrhy
nf t iniciblll ti' si'll rial estate.
Uimiihi (Inn--. Iki been appointed
by the priil. ii tf rnnrt administrator nf
Ihc cstitr of Theresa May Clnrey.
Charles U, Allm. tormerl.v r tho Allen
liartlftt Shoe rumpan.v, Ik now located at
A i ..i , . i . rtlicrn In- In proprietor nf the
1(r I I ,1 . uiltlcllls.
Hiii i . ..i-.. nf pullnmycllll was ro
puiti I t.i 1M c I'. Haltim. secretary nl
(Ik Stun lii-nnl nl health, Mmuluy.
That report came from Tlnmtiutn.
is i' Unwind nl Miillctts l!ay
n i Lev )- M Ingnlls were- married yes
tfrf ii i ft. i-n.MMi nt II vp o'clock liy tlir
Smart at tin
1 1 riitu-eh.
parsonage of the
received nt the birth
t.i Mr. and Mi.. Arthur II.
I'.utl.ind I'llday. Mis. Koyea
ghter nf Mr. anil Mrs. George
.'f ".i Hurl' street.
I'hr su t nf H, .1. Me.Mahon vs. John A.
... tli nirtks being of this city,
e oiiiiU .iiint MiiiiiIiiv. It
t'.iii "1 replevin, one large bob
,i' i orsp being eoncerned.
Mr, !' inniH'll, who fell Saturday
i' ' Ti'l'i "in hip, passed as coinfoitabl"
i 1 i vie- lav as could be expected.
Id. nt or. urred while Mrs. Orln-
i c'. was calling, when she slipped on a
I g on a hardwood floor,
V iui t wedding took placp at the
A1 en homestead Monday evening, Octo
her :0, when Miss Mary Helen Allen ot
Houth Hero and I"rank Floyd Dnrtt of
I' ir'lngton were united in marriage by
th. rtev. 1. A. Itose.
U a meeting of the iiurllngton Trap-Minute-is'
dub, held last evening at'lial
lov's Musle rooms, the following ollleera
Vi ic cleetel 1'i-psldeiit, Jlamii fi. Heebe;
vl i pipsldent, nr. K. T. Hrown; sccre
tir. Arthur A Tiffany; treasurer, Wil
MI--H Mir. Medreevey is supplying tctn
jwuarlly at the U. O. Whepler school.
Iiie placp of Miss Joanna Croft at the
Lawrence Harnes school is helng taken
b Miss Hates and Miss Marguerite
.Tones Is supplying In the pIupp of Mis
JIpIci Madden In the same school.
v settlpniPiit and a decree were made
In probate ourt yesterday In the estate
of Ann I. MrKmn of Hiirlincton. F. W.
l'i se of .lei! ho was appointed nil
3 ill Isti'itor euin teslamentu annexo of
Hit est. Mi nf AIpmiiiiIpi' Kinney of
.! In Mi A Hii.ziH and .1. T. Var
1 i IVfl'i . .pnlllteil eiiliilllisslilllPI s of tile
. rst ll.
1 1 ( i. nt .mil a di er
p. ri.batr court Tu. ulay
i f 111 III' .1 Stevens ill
I Hi m i Itnssell
i w .'.-I- elltereil
111 the estate
of I 'er ro (5.
tr istr. iiMiler the estate
Peek rf Illnesliiirg. .lames I
pud Clini'lrs It Hnrret were appnlnted
i iiimilssIoiK is In the estate of Arthur
r-ivanaui-h of rnderblll
Tim Hurllngton Merchants' association
I . t.iM.I, !, e.-f, t, e,.,i on t vellli 11, n .llri.e.
liis f tin Ir. .-iter Vermont association
J' rtlu "i tlu secure fm a time speiial
J- r 1 i fniiii Ihc si cretnry of the Greater
Aiiinont .i"soeiatlnn. .lames P. Tnlnr,
r I . wii m. as acting financial spere
Ja v ic. I treasurer nf the .Merchants' n-latii.i-
in addition to his other work.
N la- Hen received In this city
pf tin death of Mrs. .lohanniih Montague
In F.iU Fair icld at the home of her
el.nu t Mi Henry Mitchell, Octnlier
i." Mr Mi.ot.iRiie was also the mother
of M I-.si. Shattiick of this elty, who
v.a u.th In - at tile time nf her death,
ii st r ices were held In East
'i i ill Sa'nril.i
Oc'.ober 31. at 10;S0
til. if I
I.I.N U .'I led
' i .iitmeiit recall that one
ictinis nf wood alcohol at
In i has subseqiiPiitly died from
s of the drink he took Sunday
t 'di rb man who, while In-J
f I off the dnpk In Hurling-
n,'bt last summer and was
ICS. i il j ,st
r'lslu t ti
the in t d.'n
in the nick of time an.
hospital, being discharged
Tin inarii.ig, nr Mr. Ilcniy l.ce Mills,
vcKilnary surginu of 1 St. Paul street,
nii'l Miss Main I In i Voslnirgh nf II' sham
Mieet took p'a--. Thursday moinlng at
Hi I'anl'i i i .ipi 1. th.- Rev. George V.
3th s pel loriiilng the cereinony. The bride
vim i bl'ii tr.'iMlIng suit and a black
vi 'vet hat Thi were attended by their
liothiis, M s I: M. Vnsliurgh and -Mrs.
Will l)r .mil Mrs. Mills left fur a wvd
il.ng trln to rineni.t.i. N. V.. and upon their
n t I'll will live at 1 St. Paul street, being
n hnme after November 0.
Gin N I PHI has retired from his posi
tion as organist and choir master at St.
J'mil s ( hurih, after 15 years nf set vice,
nnd from the position of supervisor of
jn si in the piiblh t-chnols, which he has
hi Id fir six years, lie left Tuesday
for (lienors- lib . N. V., tn visit a niece,
Ml s Hi leu Waters, formerly a nurse
nf Mils fit' and will go from there in
ji fi w dins to New York. For the pres
i" Harrison A Cooke and George E.
I Mi 1 i 1 have charge of the music at
Vt "'in' s f loneli
I' n of U , Smith and Annie I.
F 'I .1 F Hunt, all of the- parties
.piu" of l k was entered In Chittenden
en il t i rt Satnrdav The plaintiff.!
'I'm t- H ..tn.,- mi the advice nf tho
difeiidiint is a r.-al eht.ito agent,
the wen- linl iep,! to exchange icitaln
proper! of tin Irs in Essex for piopctty In
Mars! flrl'l Vermont, and In Ware, 'Mas-i-nchi
ttts II i 'lug lepiescnteil that tlm
juopeity 1 lit v were tn acquire was fire
from incumbrance The allegation Is now
made that the propel tv tliey eventually
nequlieel was erieumbei ed ami they bring
unit to recovi r from the rial estate agent
thp amount thev claim they have been
Mayor .Iiiincs IC. Hurke, W. .Sheltnn
Kwnllow, eniitiai tor for building the new
union station, ami Ellas I.yman, presl
lli nt of tin Hoillngtoii Traction eom
Jiai y went to the site of the new stn
tlnn Tuesday and limited nver the
ground with a view to changing tho
hacks of the tiolley line. It was thought
nt first that It would be possible to keep
the line to the- present station without
ehiniRp, but as operations are to bo
la gun Immediately the rails west of
Mattery street will have to bo taken
tip, and the depot car service will l..i
discontinued for the present. When thn
first shoved of dltt Is taken out for tlie
new stntlou, which will bo In a few
s there will be a public demoustra-
ori) with appropriate exercises.
DO YOU SUFFER
When your kidneys tiro weak and tor
pid they do not properly perform tliolr
functions; your liack aehes anil you li
not fppl like doing much or anything.
You iii-c Hkoly to feci despondent and to
borrow trouble, Just ns If you hadn't
i i ottgh alteady. Don't hp a victim any
TIim old rellnhlp inedlcllip. llnod'H Snrsn
parllla. gives strength and tonp to the
Millies .mil build up the whole r.vstum.
1et It to-day. (Adv.)
The annual tneetliiK of the NVedlpwork
(iulld was lipid at the homo ot Mrs. W. K.
Miliar on Noith I'nlon st t Mon
day afternoon. Garments to (he number
of Kt.I were hrnimht to be distributed
iimonc the worthy poor of the city. The
directors of tin.. Riilld will place tho ma
jority of the articles and any left at the
end of two weeks will he divided uniuriR
the Institutions ot the rlt. The follow-
Iiir officers were elected for the ensultiK
year: President, Mrs. W. K. HaRnr;
vice-presidents, .Mrs. I. II. Crandall and
Mrs. AVilllani Hlney; treasurer, Miss
Kllzabeth TOwryi secretary, Mrs. AV. 11.
Uavls; executive committee. Mrs, V. H,
t'randall, chairman. Mis. I I). Hoyn
ton, Mrs. II. S. MorRan, Mrs. .1. I'. Madi
Ran and MNs Mina Wheeler.
The ponce were a"tive yesterday In
mnklliR Innulry Into several robberleH of
motor boats. For some time robberies
have been freiiUPlit In boats which are
tlpd to buoys north of f ho I.ako Cham
plain clubhouse. Aitlelrs havp been
stolpn from bints owned by II. 1". Per
kins, Dr. .1. II. Knot e, II. II. Carpentpr
and Alvaro Adsll The Investlffntlon
yesterday resulted in lindlnR much of
the stolen stuff. Includlnc trolllnR out-,
tits, honks, screw driver, a sweater,
wrenches. e!e"tip liRht, b.-ittPO' tester,
etc. Tlie robberlps are nil supiosPil to
have been eommltted by boys, althotiRh
it Is tint probable that all the boys sus
pected had a hand In all of the rob
beries. Roy Iluphes, Charles I?o and
Harold Merrow have been under sus
picion and will be subjected to further
A'nterlmr Mmi Come to HtlrllnKlon
ftr a Ilrlde.
A er. quiet wedding was solemnized
at the hnme of JiuIrp O. P. Ray, 10S
North Wlnooski avenup. yesterdiiy after
noon at tin co o'clock, when his niece.
Alice Augchtlne Mocker, became the
bride of Sumner .Martin Stearns of
Waterbury. The ceremony was perform
ed by the Rev. I. C. Smart of the Col
lege Street Church and the bride was
givpn In marriage by her father, August
Owing to the recent death of the
bride''s sister, only the Immediate fam
ilies were present.
.Mrs. Stearns Is well and favorably
known In this city, having made her
home with her uncle for the past 11
yea i s.
After a shoit trip Mr. anil Mrs. Steams
will make their homo In Waterbury,
:ind the be-st wlrflm-! nT tln-h many
friends nuninpnnv thein.
EIGHTY AT SUPPER.
I'Iitsjii fr Ncn 1. ort. nnil Itnt-
Innil lilrer I In- llriillurlii.ml.
Tie- First " 1 1 ti - -1 1 llrnllii i boo.l ha.! Its
first supper of Hie season last evening,
with an attendance of over ilyln.v men.
S U. Platka gave an inter, sting repot t
of the installation of the Rev. IC. C,
Guthrie as pastor nf Fninn Chinch,
Tlie Rev. A. .1. Mliste
ci ty spnke I ii f . i i-ma 1 1 . lie
tn with closest attention.
The formal address if th
glvi n bv the Rev. A II
Rutland, ultn sooki
I Mo'he Power nf th
FOI.GV CA'I'IIAIITIC T.lll,i:Ti
Are wholesome, thoroirhlv cleansing,
and have a stimulating effect on the
stomach, liver and bowels. Regulate you
with no gripping and no unpleasant after
effects. Stout people find they give Im
mense relief and comfort Anti-Hlllous.
WcililhiK at M. 1nrj't Itectury,
limed liy Iteei'litlnn,
E. Peters and Helen
laughter of Mrs. M. A
phy, were married yesterday morning
at St. Mary's rectory by the Rev. .1. K.
Gillis. The I. ride won) a liecoming
suit of wistaria, with hat tn match.
Her enrdage boiiiiiet was lilies of the
valley ami orchids. Airs. W C. Car
bine of Rutland, matron of honor.
I wore a wlMiiila suit and largo black
! Inn. with corsage nf violets and orch
ids. W. C Cnrblni! was best man.
Following the cercnioin a reception to
relatives mid lutlni: te friends was
held at the holiie of the bride. 100
Maple street. The decorations were
chrysanthemums and palms, the. color
scheme throughout the house being
yein.w and pink. Miss I.iiclnda Smith'
catered fur a buffet lunch, which was
served by the .Misses Agues and Ruse
lleffernan, Frances Coon and Paulino
Eabarge. Music was furnished by
Misses Clark and Haines. The bride
and groom were the recipient of
many beautiful presents. Mr. nnd
Mrs. I'eters left on the noon train for
a In lof wedding trip.
vh:h; i.v aiiiiimiv.
To tlie Editor of the Free Press:
Please pt lilt the following: Section 111,
p.iifigraph H of the Veimont statute, pro
vides that a hunter taking a wild deer
shall promptly report ami exhibit the ani
mal's head to the nearest lish and game
warden, and for the convenience of the
hunters In Addlum cnunlv the following
n.iiili d wardens aic ic.idv to receive such
Addison, Millard H.iiius, Fred Smith.
Hrldport. II Howe; Hrlstol, George l-'arr;
Cornwall, C. II. Lane; Fernsnurg, .1. T.
Preston; Goshen, W. Diinton. Granville,
Eugene Campbell; Hancock, IJ. S. Dun
ham; Leicester. II C. Itlshop; Lincoln,
Dunne Dearbon; Mlddlehury, W. L.
Fnrhi'S, Alfred Chapman, George 11. Chaf
fee, coiintv warden; Monkton, F D.
Tracy; New Haven, William Orover; Or
well, o, H. Do.ine; l'antou, Clayton Cur
ler; Rlpton, .1. E. Hodges and J I. E. Day;
.Salisbury. T. E. Metihnni; Shoreham, Eu
gene Ellthorp; Htarkshoro, Frank Hill and
L. F Illidsall; Vergennes, William Nor
ton; Walthnni, Alansou Wtlght; Wey
bridge, A. L. Austin; Whiting, V Eelsey
Very truly yours,
GEO. II. CHAFFEE. Co. Warden.
The better wood engravings aro niiido
almost exclusively of boxwood, and tho
large blocks nro made of small pleeeH
glued, together. The (.'iiRnivint; Is dona
across tho end of the grain. Japanese
wood prints, on tho other hand, nro mado
on lengthwise sections of cherry wood
ujj-uilnled to tho ntulu.
The wholesale price of butter this week
was limited yesterday as 3.1 1-'.' emits pel
Italian chestnuts nro In the maiket,
priced at ii" cents for two pounds.
The wholesale quotations for hoR.s yes
terday was 10 1-2 cents.
Grape fruit iniiRcs from live to 10 cents.
Considerable hay was brought Into th
elty yesterday. Most of (he loads secured
TIS, hut some ROt iV.
The followlns prices were quoted for
tho Freo Press by the Hurllngton rrult
company, ('. A. Hnrber, grocer. It. U.
Howard, meat denier. A. 1). I'ensn Feed
Kggs, deizi n
New hay, per ton, loose...,
I. a nibs
New potatoes, per busliet..
Mutter, separator, creamery. . .10
Kew cabbages, lb .01
"hcest, lb ,rr
'Irookslde Farm cheese, lb,... .25
MmburRcr. lb ,jn
Cream cheese, each .10
Edam cheese, each .401?1
Swiss cheesp, lb .:
Plmollve cheese ,13
Welsh rabbit ,io
Plcanto cheeso ,'ut
Roquefort chepsn, lb .CO
Eggs, dozen .45
Flour, bread, per bbl M7.fW5J7.50
I.ettiKe, Hoston nnll head 10.ll
Lctti.ce, home grown, head... .OS
Maple aiinar, lb cakes .20
Pecan meats, lb .90
"uir, pastry, bbl
Granulated sugar, lb...,
New maple syrup, gal.
English walnut meats.
Olive oil, Rallon..
Spanish onions, lb
Native onions, lb
Home-grown beets, bunch..
Sweet potatoes, 6 lbs for....
Reef, roast, lb
Ducks, lb ,
Hams, sliced, lb
Pork, roast, lb
Pork chops, lb
Porterhouse steak, lb,,
Round steak, lb
Salt pork, lb
Sirloin steak, lb
Spring lam, hind quarter
Spring lamb, forward quarter.
Spring lamb, chops
.2. Hi. 25
Vral steak. Ih
Concord gr.ipps, 2 baskPts
Catawba grapes, basket
Salem grapes, basket
Spanish -Malaga grapes, lb....
Dromedary dates, package
Calara ilg, lb
Native apples, peck
Late Vale-ncla oiangps, doz....
Italian chestnuts, U h
Pulled Figs, lb
Baled straw, ovvt
Hi own middlings, cwt
Provender, No. 1, cwt
Provender, No. L', cwt
Cracked corn, cw t
Hay, baled, cwt
Rread Hour, bb
Pastry Hour, bbl
iu aia.vi: report rnn ononnu.
Investigations were made In six
towns outside the elty, and the loading
of cattle in the stock ears was dulv
looked after. Five horses were humane
ly destroyed, a sixth was shot by the
owner, and a promise given that a
seventh should be properly disposed of.
Twenty-one small animals worn put
out of tho wa. Two teams were taken
from work to rest; two others wern
taken to a livery stablo and fed nt the
owner's expense. One man was arrest
ed for leaving his team out of doors all
THE FREE DISPENSARY.
Mneli (iood Work
t'.HVh Hay nt Pearl
The amount of good
work which Is be-
ing performed each day at the fice dis
pensary at Mi! and 10S Pearl street is not
generally known among th,. people of
Hurllngton. The dispensary has been
open sine- last May and during tin- Inter
veiling time S,9Xt cases have been taken
i a re of there between the hours of ;i:.':n
anil 5:30 each afternoon.
I Wlille a Free Press reporter was at the
ill.spensai y yeisterday afternoon a num
ber eif cases were treated. A little live
vears old boy was brought In by his
mother to see what could he done about i
plu which had worked itself out of sight
into his left side, presumably picked up
while playing on the tlisir. lie had com
plained for several days that something
was sticking Into his side, but nothing
could be found until vesterday morning
when It ivas ascertained that a pin had
lodged beneath the skin. A light anaes
thetic was administered and the doctor
with a few quick strokes of his knlfo and
a couple of stltchi'.s removed thn pin
which was badly rusted and the little fel
low was us lively as e'Ver In a few ntln
litis. All of these cases cost the patlcnti
The dispensary Is under the direction of
and Is suppoited by tho collego of nieill
ciiio of the I'nlverslty of Vermont. The
working staff Is composed of Miss Mar
garet E. Ciinuers, nurse, Dfs C. K
Johnson, O. ,N Eastman, S, L. Morrison,
R. L. Maytiard, Mnthcw Hunter, D. A.
Shea and H, I). Adams During the sum-'-
- .V-v.-aSve X Uut diwiSr OC-
PRESS AND TIAIBS: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 191.4.
i iinleil the Hour space at 0S IVarl stteet,
consisting or six rooms ( .canie uvl
ih nt that more spar., was needed and the
i-oimnlttco has also taken the ground
Hour at HW Pearl stn-et Hi the same block,
which adds live rooms, giving u present
total of II. Tho whole has been thorough
ly renovated and gives an opportunity for
several doctors to work at on., time'.
' The U.ira.t cases treated Up to November
11 Include cases at clinics from May 1 to
jjunu Ifi. hut none of the clinics since col
llegp oppned this fall. From May I to
June in, -.n. eases were taken care of bv
the combined services of tho dispensary
and clinics. My a case is meant a call
made b n patient to the ellspeiisi ry It
Is Intended by those In charge of the dls
pensarv to care for all cases of the
vvorthv in the eltv, who are In nppd of
medical attendance, and an effort Is made
to have such people call at the dispensary.
When plans now well under wny have
Iippu carried out a eor-.plnte electrical
apparatus for the treatment of nervous
nnd skin illseaspft will be Installpd nt
thp dispensary. When this department
opens, which will hp In the near future.
Drs. F. W. Pears ami I!. .1 ,. Hombard
will be Identified with the working staff
Fiu.nvs lio.vnv ,n tmi com.
I'OPM) FOR CIKIt'P.
Cmup scares you. The loud hoarse
croupv coitTh, choking and gasping for
hteatlt. labored breathing, call for Im
mediate relief. The Very first doses of
Folevs Honev and Tar Compound tvIII
nai-ter the croup. It cuts the thick mu
cus, clears away the phlegm nnd opens
up and eases tin air passages. J. AV.
ORDER MORE SIDEWALKS.
Will Id- llnlti on t-Minii, Cuion
nntli (iiiitutilnln Street.
iiiijntirncii regular monthly meet-
lug of the board of aldermen was held last
evening, nt which routine business was
transacted and sonic other matters of Im
City Attorney A. !,. Sherman appeared
before the aldermpti and reminded them
of the situation that exists between the
Postal Telegraph company nnd tho city.
It appenrs that the company notified the
city some time ago that the latter's wires
were occupying certain of the company's
poles. The request was mnde that tho
city vacate the poles within thirty day-.
The eltv attorney, however, took up th"
matter with the company and the latter
now desires to submit a contract to the
city. The city attorney suggested that
the board appoint a committee of three
to confer with the Postal Telegraph peo
ple The hoard authorized the prpsldent
to appoint a coninilttei. of three and tin'
same will bo announced later
The eltv treasurer was authorized to
borrow a sum not exceeding J20,(ki tomeet
the accrued and accruing liabilities of the
A resolution was adopted on the favor
able report and recommendation of the
street pommissloners to build a concrete
sidewalk on the ea.st side of South Union
street between Pearl and Collegp strppts.
except 111 such places where a concrete
sidewalk now exists, and to put In a cross
walk at Hradley street.
A lesolutlnn was also adopted to build
epinent sidewalks on both sides of South
Champl.ilii street between Cherry and
Electric lights wet rdered Installed at
the I'ortiPr of Henry and North Wlllard
streets and at the Intersection of Chase
nnd Rarretl streets.
Several licenses were granted under th
usual restrictions. An application mado
bv Max Still for a llcen-e for the Lake
View House was withdrawn and the fe
which bad already been paid was ordered
refunded. A petition for a licence from
G. Frederick Jones for a license to kill
poultry at bis place nf buslnes" on South
Wlnooski avenue was ieferred tn the ci'
attorney. A bill from Dr. J. A. Rust, the
veterinary, for fio feir services to a sick
ii-w which was cut nut of ,i herd that was
being driven through the eltv one night
last summer, was inferred to the city at
torney. Dr. Rust claims that the cow was
ordered to his hospital bv the police de
partment. Dr. F. W. Sears of the board of h-valih
appeared before the board askimr tor in
formation. He said that there had been
certain cases where patients In I been
qu.ir.'intlni-d for e-nntaglous dUeases and
that the elty physician had refir-cl u.
give medical attendance, claiming th.i
was not a part of his duties. The board
had been obliged to hlie physicians and
paid for their services out of the health I
department appropriation It was also
shown that the boaid of health pail for
groceiies and care of quarantined houses
and now the owners nf the houses weie
making demands for rent nwinir them
while the tenants weie- In quarantine Pr
Sears also e-alled the attention nf the i.ld
ernien tn the fact that the poor dep'itt
inent had taken possi sslon of the pest
house for an addition to the p or farm,
which left the city without a pest houe
The bnard of health had also fitted up the
building nt its expinse and the city should I t-'reat-granileiiillilreii. She was a com
glve them credit for It. The doctor tilse Impnlcant of St. Paul's Church and leave
called attention to the smoke ordinance
which be said was being violated bv the
city buildings and by the steim ro'Ier
Hp thought that If the city would take
certain restrictive, measure's thn-. It would
No actlon-vvas taken following Dr. pears'
ii'inarm except that suggestions wen
inane inai a eonierence lietwecii Ilie l
ooarus oi neaitn and cnaiittes might re
sult In some arrangement satisfactory t,.
both departments and that It was the
duty of the health officer to dlrn"t prose,
options for violations nf the i mok n"ll
nance HILLS ORDERED PAID
dpai tmeiit, luonthlv statement,
water department, monthly state
$.',420.71; library department.
monthly statement, f2fl.:N. police depart
ment, tuontlilv stati ment. $f,03s: pink
department. J1252: police payroll foi
October. il.iT,1.5i;. elcctrii light depart
ment, monthly statement, $"...'.2.-i X; pauper
department, monthly statement. 51,137 10;
lire department, pavrol'. $1. M.li.10. I. C
Grant, treasurer, election nfllceis' pay
roll. $252; Hiirllugton Light ,- Power
company, gas. $.15: 1" L Austin, heat
ing plans for lire stations. $11. IS; D. J.
Nolan, salary as health officer, Septem
ber and Oetohpr, $W:s:i; N. C. Florence,
collecting garbage for October, $1.V: light
department, lights for rest room, $1(12. M.
N. Flynn. stenography, $2: W. E. Greene
company, supplies, $5. a; A C Hiithorne
company, supplies, $1 10. light depart
ment, city and Memorial halls. $l,ei5.17:
McAullffn Paper company, supplies, $1.50;
II. J. Shnnley & Co., supplies. $l.il; Free
Press association, supplies, $105,35; Lane
Press, supplies, $o.S0; l. c. Grant,
treasurer, ward clciks, $k. J. s Den
nlng, maintaining open nlflce In October.
$25; II. W. Chase, refunding Po tax
1114. $3 50: light department. College
street dock, $MI; Charhs Whitney, ie
funding 1!H lax, $.1.50. John Fuller, kill
ing "OB. $E Murllngtoii Dally News com
p.my, adv., $l.!i."i; M. c Grundy, election
I'jcjicnses, $10 50. C. Grundy, Incidentals,
$C,.25. park department. ,urb and wall,
a-ssessment nil .Main Htiict, Jwj.sr,; James
A. Riley, salary as pound keeper, $15 u
The merchant who had nothing to say
to you and nothing to sell to you to-day
fM.v,'t. advertise to-day.
Mrs. It. I!. I.'ljiiii,
Mis Hald E. I lyim of l., Noitli I nlou
street dlpil at about ;30 o'clock Tues
day moinlng nt tin Fanny Allen hospital,
following mi npeiiitlon performed there
two weeks ago last Sunday. Mis. Flynn
rallied from the operation and seemed to
he Improving until last Sunday, when her
condition took a change for the worse.
Mrs. Flynn was horn Miss Ellen Rrevvln.
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs Matthew Hrewin
of rnderhlll. She had lived In this city
fnr the past 11 years and was man led tn
Mr Flynn at St Mary's I'atltidiul :S
veats ago. Mrs. 11 vim was loveil b- a
host of friends and de.vnted bet life to her
family. .She did much for charity In ,i
quiet way. Resides her husband, she Is
survived by four daughters, the Misses
Helen A., Mary G.. Anna L and Clara F ,
all of this city, and bv Ihree sons. Jiifoph
M.. I,cii C. and Francis It. of this city and
Edward M. of Cliielniiatl, Ohio. She also
leaves four sisters, Mrs. Anna Habcock
and Mrs. Michael McCain- of this citv.
Mrs. Michael Marlowe of Hen trice, Neb,,
and Mr-. William llarrett of rnderhlll,
and two hrotlipis. Jumps Hrewin nf
Nnshun, N. II , and Michael Hrewin of
Richmond. Mrs. Flynn was n communi
cant nt St. Marv's Cathedral and a char
ter member of Ht Anne's society of that
The funeral will lie? held nt nine o'clock
Friday morning at St. Clary's Cathedral,
with Interment In St. Joseph's ceme-ter.v.
I.nelnn C. l-'firntiiini,
Luclan C. Karnham died nt about two
o'clock Thursday morning at his homo,
2S0 North street, following tluee strokes
of paralysis, the first or which he suf
fered In May and the last ono about two
weeks ago. .Mr. Farnham made a partial
recovery from tho first shock and was
ablo to be out for a time, but had been
confined to the bed since entiv in July.
Mr. Farnham was born 74 years ago In
Wllllston, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah
Farnham. He served with Company A,
Eighth Vermont volunteers, In the Civil
War. He married Miss Elizabeth Ladue
at her home In Milton on January 2, 1SS0,
and they made their home there until
1SS7 when they moved to this city where
they have since resided. Four -ons born
to Mr. nnd Mrs. rarnham died In youth.
Resides his wife, ho Is survived by two
mothers. J. A. Farnham of St. Albans
ami u. ii. eaniham of Colchester. Mr.
Farnham's jolly disposition had made
for him a large number of friends and
he was a patient sufferer throughout his
Following prayers at his late home Sat
urday morning, the remains weie taken
on the 10:10 train to Milton, where the
funeral was held at St. Anne's Church
with interment in the famllv lot in tho'
Catholic cemetery .
Mr. Helm 1,. Vpn Hiding.
Ilrs Helen Luclnd.i Sp.uilding of S ..i-
burnt) died early Tuesday morning at the '
home of her sister. Mis M D. William-, j
of hi Greene street, where she had be. n !
slnee last March, after ,,n Illness of .1 '
year with a inmplicatlon nf trouble s j
Mrs Spauldlng Is survived by her par- '
puts, Mr. and Mis. A. L. Hathawav I
this elty; a son, Eugene Spa Hiding of Hur-
Ilngton; daughter. Mrs. Carl Perrlgo nf
Shelburrie; three sister1-. Mrs. M. D. Wil
liams of this city. 'Mrs Fred Tlnehon of
Fort Ann N. V., and 'Mrs William Pete"-
son of Rutland: and two brothers, Arthu
L. Hatlmyay of Tllnesburg and Clark l"
Hathaway of I.pppstPr Junction.
Mrs. Spaulding wa 02 ypars nf age 1,-i-t
March Her husband, Ed waul J Sniiiii-1-
Ing. died nt Shelliiirne three vc-irs a i
last September 7
The funeral will ..- lield ,, pi tiiven--
I street this afteinnnn at two o'clock and
I tlie Interment will I.,- at Shelhurne.
1 Mrs Si untiling was a long and patient
sufferer A shoit while before she lapsed!
nt.,, tnu i, , ..-.i,- ,,.i nullum . Mie K.ll'l
ered the memhers of tin famllv abi.ut hi r
bed and sung one verse nf a favorl'"
hymn, afterwards bavins all repeat wim
her the Lnrd's pravei-
i i... ., .,
Mri. Ansel .Neiil.
Mary Hale lclshtnn, widow ot Ansel
Neal, died Sunday morning at 5:21 o'clock,
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jennie
Hudson. 37 Hyde street, after a several
weeks' Illness, at the age of x." years and
Mrs. Nca"l was liotn In Falmouth. Me.,
August K12, the daughter of Asa and
Mary (Hale) l.eighton. She was the!
widow of Anx'l Neal, who scive.l during1
the Civil War In a .Maine regiment nf I
volunteers, and who died January 20, '
1!V,. .Mrs. Neal Is survived by a dangh- j
tor and two sons, Mis. Jennie Hudson
and (apt. G L. Neal nf this city and
Charles H. Neal nf Po.iiionock, Conn.;
I also by three slsteis and a brother Shei
also leaves seven grandchildren and two
many friends to mourn her loss
The funeral was held at St
Church Tuenlny afternoon, with
In Lake View cemetery.
Mr. Unry M. llendce.
Mrs. Mary Matilda Hcndee died Thurs- 1
morning at 11 o'clock at til Colches
ter avenue of heart disease, with which I
ishe had been 111 for some time. She had i
! lived In Hurllngton 'nit a few years, com
ing from I'lttsford. where most of her,
j married life was spent Her maiden
name was Eelgecombe ami she- was the ,
last of a large family. A niece, Mrs. I
; Frank Hcndee nt Pittsford. Is her near- '
lest surviving relative.
The funeral was held at the home of.
her niece Sunday afternoon.
Urn. llnr Siiinnn,
T'o f .i a' nf Mrs M.nv Saiieu. was
held Sunday afternoon at l:.t.) at St.
Mary's Cathedral. The It.v .1. F. (illlls
lolllclated. Hurl.il was in St. .toseph'.i
cemeterv. .Mrs. Sanum died early Satur
day morning at her home at HI Hattery
"Winner- In oniinl
The annual outdoor
meet of the tllrls'
Athletic assoiintlon was held
afternoon at Crassnioiint Miss Nutting,
'ID, won first place and the Misses Cobb,
'17, Flske. '17. ami Parker, '17, all tied
for second place Lots were drawn to
decide second honors and XI ss Parker
drew the luckv lot. The llrst and second
prizes were gold and silver Vermont
seal rings, respectively. Following is tho
list of the winners of th'- different
events: Hascball tliiovv, first. Miss Cobb,
17; second, Miss Ward, 'IT.; f.ii.ynrd dash.
Ilist, Miss llolstock, "I"; second, Miss
Votey, 'Hi: hup, skip and .lump, llrst, Miss
.S'uttlng. 'IS, second, Miss Parker, '17;
shot put. llrst. Miss Flske '17: sei-ond,
AMEN At lllnesburg, t.
John U. Allot, aeed 7G years
The Old 3ee Hibe
Nob ember 5, 1914
Verij Handsome Serge Dresses 9M,
13.50, 15.00 and 17.50
These drcsae.4 are mado of fine black and navy blue suiKert
that give the most unusual wear. Thoy have ho now boHutl
backs, some mude with peplumn and nl) aUrncUvoly trimmed
with silk and satin collars and cuffs nnd rows of pretty onw
The styles are very pretty and suitable for stniot or busi
ness wear and never have we had dresses that cqtml Uune nt
such moderate prices.
Stylish and Very Comfortable Coats
jor Women 12.50 to 25.00
These coats cannot be excelled for style, excellent ma
terials and comfort and any woman who phsns to spend for n
new coat any amount from $12.50 to $25.00 will find hero tho
best looking coats in town.
Materials are Pebble Cheviots, Scotch Mixtures, Tweeds,
Broadcloths, Chinchillas, Zibelines, etc. They aro mado most
ly in belted models, some plain and show the choker collars and
other effects characteristic of the present styles.
They are excellent values. I'hey are 'fashionable, look
comfortable and are warm, better coats te "11 nt these prices
are not to be found.
Tailor -Made Suits 25.00 That Are
Exceptional Values Even Here
The Suits here at $25.00 are the prettiest, smartest and
most serviceable garments. Many are redlngote suits of navy
blue and black broadcloth, plainly, yet tastefully trimmed with
black silk braids; medium and long coats, flare plait and other
Many other suits of gabardines, poplins and other desir
able fabrics, trimmed with furs, braids and velvets.
2.00 to 4.00 Untrimmed Velvet Hats
98c and 1.4.8
This sale of untrimmed hats provides thegreatest oppor
tunity of the season to buy an extra hat.
There are black and colored turbans, sailors and other
popular shapes, all mnde of excellent velvets, absolutely correct
in style and worth regularly $2.00 to $4.00. Choice 98c and
Trimmed HatsSpecial at 5.00
Not regular $5.00 hats, but hats that have the same stvle,
excellent trimming and distinctiveness as those priced usu.'Ulv
at $7.50 to $9.50.
They are all one of a kind hats, beautiful and becoming, in
the small, medium and larger shapes. They are trimmed with
metal oraicls, leathers and ornaments and are the finest hats
we have ever attempted to sell at $5.00.
Colors are navy blue, plumb, green and black.
Children's Kid and Worsted (ilores
50c to 1.00
FOR GIRLS These are the heavy Scotch Knitted Gloves
with the angora finish that come well up on the anus in ox
ford, white nnd black, priced 50c and 59c per pair.
FOR GIRLS AND ROYS These are the man nish cape
leather gloves, one clasp, pique or out seam sewn, in sizes 00
to 6, priced $1.00.
FOR BOYS We offer Wool Lined Mocha Leather Gloves
and Heavy Scotch Knitted Gloves with gauntlet at 50c )er
Women's 1.00 Cape Leather Gloves
There ,are just enough of these for a few days' selling.
They are the one clasp style in medium and dark shades, man
nish style with spear point back, regular $1.00 value, 89c per
The "Merode" Union Suits at 1.00,
1.50 and 1.65 Will Give You the
Greatest Underwear Satisfaction
AT $1.00 Merode Union Suits of light, medium and
heavy weight cotton, also fleece lined in the high neck, half
sleeves or long sleeves, also the Dutchess neck and half sleeves
and low neck, sleeveless styles. Five different weights, all
pure white, extra large sizes, $1.25.
AT $1.50 AND $1.G5 Merode Wool Merino Union Suits
in the medium and heavy weight, in all styles as quoted in the
cotton garments, extra large sizes $1.75 and $2.00.
Wo announce, beginning Monday, November 9th, a sale
of Oil Paintings, Drawings and Pictures from the A. E.
Richardson home. This includes almost the entire collec
tion that will go on sale for about half its regular worth.
I Miss Cobb. 'IT. r.n.yaril hurdles, llrst.
j Miss Parke. '17: second, Miss Votey, 'If,;
' broad jump, llrst. Miss Nutting, i.-, sec
1 olid, Miss Conway, '17
The calenuiir mr the yen li.is been re
vised as follows: Thanksgiving recess,
Wednei-day noun, November Si, to Friday
noon. November i.7: Christinas recess.
Motulnv nisht, Ilecember '.'I, to Tuesday
night. .Innnaiy .V. Christmas exam peilod.
.lanunrv J to 5, mid-year pn.iiu, Monday,
February 1. to Wednesday night. Fehrti
aiy H: Washington's birthday, Fchruar"
22. spring recess. Thursday night, Mnren
Mi, to Tuesday night. April Ii; Founder's
dny, Saturday, May 1; final I'xnms, Wed
nesday, June to Saturday, June 13; com
mencement. Saturda.v. June 19. to Wednes
Second Hall of the Ucpnrlnicnl n (ircnt
The second annual hall of the Hurllng
ton police department was held at the
nrinory last night and was a big sue
cess from every point of view There
were at least Sort people present .Hid
about IX couples enloyed the dancing
Pieccillng the daiK'e order there was
a concert of sl selections by Cabana's
orchestra At nine o'clock the ball was
npenesl with the grand march, made up
of tlm members of the department In
dross uniform and ladles. Thn march
was led bv Mavor .lames K Hurke and
2klrs. Levi Vincent, Chief ot Police
PA HE FIVE.
lltrhk .1 Hussr 1 .mi l. Russell,
Dcp.itj Chl.f l'atriek J i eisgrnve am.
Miss Man i osgruve. Sergeant John II
Itv.ui and Miss llairiet Clark Then fo
lowed the dan.-e ord. r of -t numbers
with an itermisslon at midnight fo
supper at the Hotel Vermont
Tho hall wan elaborutelj decoratml
for tho occasion and was a handsome
sight, in the center of the celling nm
a great flower of tlags of all natloiu
and at one end of the hall was tho
badge of e Hurltngton police in heroic
size against a background of tlags and
words. "Hurllngton Pollen,-' standing
out lu green letters The walk and
windows were hanked with tlags am',
hunting, and the samp hung In nro.
from the celling At the .Main
end of the hall was a gallery
decorated, for the specta
tors. Palms were also
the decorations furnlshi'd by
the florist The very attractive
Hons were conceived ami arranged
Charles i: Tracey nf the Hid 4i.
The committee of urrangements were
William iniggan. chairman Arthiil
Chillis', socretar.v . l'atriek J nussell,
tre.isuier; hull music. P J Cosgrove.
W CI Collins. .1 J Hrnthers, T n
Mongoon: printing. J W fiorinae C .
Fraser. l. F Hrodlc- refresho- nt
M O'Hilen, .1 Splaln. V lishi i
Vnlyiiu. H'Ceptlon. members of the ih
partnieut. Levi Vincent was tloor dlrec.
tor with Vinos Hrockncv Hart Oilrlctv
mid John Hyan aeslituots.