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THt) iiUHLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, J AN U Alt V 14, lino.
HAPPENINGS IN VERHflOfJT
(I inillniii'it rrmii inige It. I
hum lit Stow ell Th' Hi M V l'ar
nan, chaplain of the Semite, was In town
'llday and Satnrdn, u guest nf O. S.
Hinln-Mr. mid Mts. Kugetie llartwelt.
iho have lately bet n 111 tile West, are .it
In' lifimo of Ills parents. Mis. Uugeno
ntiitt underwent nn operation lor tho
c .noval of si tumor at her homo mi Ccr-
illi.inis Is III. lieitrnde Weliher
oiiimod to In r limno nil Inst weclt
tilnris - Mts Clinrlfh Wvlli, ho has
n rthoislv III vHh imemiionlii, Hi niueh
nr.ived nur-r Imiti I Surllna t !. W
in- f.,i her I'luitl".'- Th.-n.i- hns
, ti i t nf i hirenee Itnnson the fnnn
, .) . the t'lnreti'',' Woodbui v fnnn.
di Inez (irant I m Albanv or(n5 tiir
ithi-r l'hnhv Thnvrr to"h poses-
f hi farm U.-t Mondn .
nuil meeting of tin- Village Fire I'ncd to the house ns the result of a fall
wa.- held Mondny afternoon nt.cn tlie Ire.
n. fir, 'tnll
N" L. Drown was n-1
ii -ted I.. Hi, board
f control The
r. O'.tinr report shows $ h.is lie, n
ial'1 on Hie debt the past venr. hlfh
. now rcdueeil to about VTA". II. M. Wil-
y was re-elected treaMirer and t' H.
'Mfnr (.ollcctor. A tax of 25 cents on the
ljllar was voted. The Water company
ivlcl its annual meeting at the Jlrc t-ta-Mii
Tuesday Jun. 5 mid te-e'ieted
old board of dliectors. The repcil of
ic treasurer ulves the cost of the new
iservolr ns ?S.trt". and the receipts from i
tut for Ifdl wli: amount to about STfA
V'ter pavlni; Hie Interest on the liormw
il money und the other i urn tit i'xpenra
'"('. voted to p.is-s the dividend on tno'
tork thlr venr and apply ..n the1
lejbr of the company, F. II llmvls of'
Ne York It at the Caspian I.nke House j
for a few weeks Mr. and Mis s'. A ,
'Toward of Ocorsla have been visiting
Mrs. Howard's sifter. Mr. li. M. Wlllev.
Mrs. Amanda Thomas t- 111. Iter nice,
ruth Williams, who live- with her, fell
n hi p playins at chool Tlitirsdnv. dls
."Cited her ankle and broke one bone
'. the 1rp ,ntst above tile ankle. -The an
ia" roll call of the Concres-'atlonal
' ii",-b amis held at the church par
Tttisilav niomlnc at 11 o'elnek n-ni
i iiniin the ladles of the pnrKb sen . d
nn, r i'i tlv ill tl 111 tr room. --The lire S
t' ibrTib'icl; bni lesltrni'd as pnilor of
tb. i 'otmrotr.'itlon.il Chiin'b. nine Ii to
I .-I", I nf 111 Mill nv frlemli
I i has,' i" ill wllli pn, unioiiiii
tr .nnl Mrs. I.'nis I'.irl .ire the parents
,. i daughter. M,ir. born .limitary 7.
Mr and Mrs. tisoai Mi ' Jrf u'or "f lllch
'ord are spi ndlnc a f, w,eks lth Mr.
nd Mr.s r I. Ktllev. -Arthur nstln or
I'lorepcr. Mns.. ns , :illi-,t here Inst
c,-k b the death ol his mother. Mrs.
i',iorre r.Ieor. Joseph Harnev "f Woods
, . N H.. Is SpelldillK a fen Weeks
ill, bis dniij.'lit.r, Mrs. .1. T. Murphy,
i nn other relatlves.--.lorns Knrnian and
sisti r. Mis.- Nan, I'nrninn. hao sturted
for W.-iki field, Kim., where they will
pi nd the reinnmiler of the wint'i with
friends -Mr. anil Mrs li N. Periishn
so, ?it tb- i,e:- ml with t-latlves in
l , Vo
i i Hi v. Mr. Pnslnnd has .n ' . pled ,i
,i from til" Paptlst rinirch bete tn be
otne Its pastor and will , oninieiiee lil
labor-- In l'ebruai y. A Slack Is at
si Jobnsbiii'v, where he underwent nn
"I'ltinti for appendicitis. A sister, who
!- i tra tied nurse. Is raruif,- for him. and
a nrothei -in-lii w will carry on Ids biisl-f.-
Mire tor hint during his nk'fnie. -rh
body ol Penjamln Illnmnn, n native
nf Herby. who died In New Voik, win
,rous,-ht to Newport for biirl.il riundi.
Mr and .Mrs. I'linst Niekurson and little
m nr.- at llenrv Schoolcraft's I. 10.
Mris'torn has -old his dairy nf cows to
I. Tr.ie 'Mr. Colbv I- now , ontlned
1 ie hollsi .
annual election nf otth er of the
ihiiol Sundiiy the followlm; wire
Supulnieiideiit. II P. llltch-
'oc' ; assistant superintendent, '.Miss Mil
dred Hell; nuctun, Miss Minion Vouim;
treawtirf r. Miss Kiln. (Jracc Miller. A bean
supper will be held in the ('onjrrcK.itinn.il
M;stry Friday evening, followed by an
ejitfrtalnmont. About Urn ol the trlindi
,f Mr. and Mis. H. I). Hltchcfick Have
them a reci ptlon nt their home Friday
evenlrifj. The union service will be held
at Troy Sund.iv at Imlf,, when Plstrlct
Superintendent Powe of St. .lohnsbury
u iji pnti-h. Pithel I'h.'iffe.' hai- is
honf;e.d his farm fm a doiib','- house In
Vest Derby and rum - tlvr. at one,
nieiiil the winter with b - 'I i "-lit' r
',1 V i--.ili.-i jti i"abee Sojlla di
.1 ,n the.
Rutland hospital Jan " at
of 74 year. Sim Is Mittlvul bv
band, two uai;htei.i, Mis
the n kc
Wnostor of i 'lilttipden nivl Mr. Joe
Piiclaw (' PltPr,,rd, and oin snn. (Iwirsc
t.ihie .f Prandnn lbr hi-t husband
n s H hrrt Cub, , ,,f Prundon Th, 'u
ril was held I'rldav mornliu: at ten
lock at St. Mary'n Church, with bur
i ' at Pore.stdah. At the annual meet
ing of the Paptist Church tin following
iffleera were ducted: Moderator. Frank
Povctt, treasurer, Charles Warnoi ; sec
ftiiry, Mr.s. W. II, Williams: secretary
of benevolence, ' Miss Elizabeth Paeon:
cleik. Miss Pertha Sumner; deacon.
K. G. Carr; trustee. Mrs. H. M. It. Wil
ley auditors, Ira Maxfleld and Jfartln
f Ketcham; deaconesses, Mrs. A. S.
'ct. Iwm, .Mr.'. S. 1'" Kmereon. Mrs.
Minion Lewis and Mrs. l' 'I Can. ush
er.- Olln Kelehani, Harold F.u . IIuiold
Mills and Ilalph Mills, music lomnilttec.
'rank Iovett, Mrs. I, F Manehrster
Hid Mrs. W. 11. Flint; advlsorv In aid,
"amuel Paeon, Frank I.ovctt, Mis. Sam
id Bacon, Mrs. I.. F. Manchester, Mr.
A' II Flint and Miss !-",. K. Wlnslow.
"he tepori of thn pastor, Hie Hev. Albert
tyrrson Mills, showed the cliunh to bo
n a flouiislilnK condition. Joseph Crapo
Ibd Januar' at his homo near
iosliep. iiKed ",') years. He had been 111
for sntno wc(1;k with heart trouble. Ho
ivns a native or Canada, but had fanned
It on a small iscaln for many yean.--. In
his yount; manhood lie lost nn eye while
ihmtliiB. His wife and several children,
lied mauy years aijo. The funeral was
held at St. Mars Church Friday
iiiumlng. John A bailey has nvcred
'ds oonntrctloii with thn Woodrott print
chop nnd letumuil tu RutluiJ.
I tn- Ki- Di-n.nnori t i.'li.tfjln.
ii etlifd ikiuyinan "f the Protiritant
il- opal v'iiiireh. Is very III ul hi bmiie
.n ilu of p.r.iiidon. Mr. chnpln wa" a
i.'ini er nil-slonni mi the Pnclfl, roast
mid is aip anccil in vears. Mis.
I'llanetli Poberts of St. A'.li.in is spend
ing llu winter wllh her nine. Mis.
Uorre R"lf( Thn Ice lwivrt has been
ciimp'eti-'d Tin boiipis at (he Irnic pond
IfC fl ' , Will 1 1 . v,'l'il I'lillll.v o(
i.i I mill H In
ir, in, h. In t li tt-
Is utile t(l lie lllll lifter 11
The Inlcst Iniltl-tty 111
liiiiiiiifin tine of pc.lllllt
li IDIIM' S. Cnl..
IliHliilnti Is (lie
I utter, Chmlcs I. cHl'foid has liiMnlle'l
machinery ,imt bus in mm npr inttniis
Miss 'iirnllm- Itiitrlielili r. ii Piichcr In
tile Brad i . h.is been detained iU lier
lniiiie In Pair, bv Ihe Mini"?' f her
inotlier. Iici place vii tilled Inst week
hv Miss Delfey Set ei y. Mr nnd Mr.
Frank M. Wheldon iiinl Mr and Mrs.
Peiicy Whotilnn of I.udlnw ntnl Mink
Whelden of llnnovor. N. II.. have men
guests of Mr. ninl Mr. Jnmos II Whcl.
li ii. I,. ,1. forth r N In Twinwn' "i
'"illnosn lie "III visit Ilnltlivm-e. Phlln
dilphln nnd New Vinli mi tile leinrii
Itlii. Tin- lies .li.tm chnpln.
son nf Hi.' t E - I' I' liinpln
of llrat'lli'll, lllls fl .-fojll ! II etl 1 1 lo I lie
rectorship "f St Thomas's Church.
I lover, N. H The chinch liny III mem
bers mnl If the second largest 1'. II.
church In the State. Mr Chnpln bar
been tot several !'mr associate rec
tnr of Holy Trinity Church of New York
eltv nml It- a summer resilient of Hriin-
1 don. The ticv. W. Ci l.cnnnrd Is rnn-
The stockholder or the uranium .mi-
tlonnl hank met Tuesday morning nno
ileeted the follnwliif: ofl'P'i rs: I'rr .-blent,
I". .1. (iinushee: vlci -preiildcnt. H. I.
Hurdltt; cashier. W. I' Si'ott. illrfctor-.
P. II. rnrritiKton. J. I" Weeks. K. II.
Illltton, 1 1. A. Fencer. T. W. Hay and
I.. .1. TortUr. The stoekliolders of the
I'lrst National bank elected Tuesday:
'"resident. W. H. Wrifjht: vice. president,
r. n. Vininn: cahler, P. W. lltluiis: ill
rictors. 1'. Ilendee.. W. P. Nultlnu.
A. .1 tones !. W. Williams I. A. Pev
i i .nnl I'. IC. "linudki.
The A'.t.r r.ulld of St Thoin.i' rhiitch
111 meet at the .'hun h for Its annual
ineetliiL! .it oMo !. Pild.iv alteinoc,"
Mis l-e.'ri ' W.isbbi.r ba- ntuttn-e;
1,, ln.i- I om, at Vewpnrt N II.. aftei
lsitlnc nd father. It P Ulac!;.vll -Mrs.
MyrtU Williams ln i. turned from
Uurllnston. where her mother. Mrs. Min
nie Atwood. I in the Mary I'leteher hos
pital. Mrs. Atwood's operation was very
sneeesnful and she Is recovering rapidly.
Humbert I'nttanlmnl received his natur
lllzatlon papers at the federal court In
P.ntlmd Monday and Is now mi American
citizen The hlch school will slve a plav
at the town hall Tuesday evetilnc. The
clas In el(iiette cnndueteil bv the Iev.
William T. Leonard "ill meet at Ills home
Prldav evenins-W II Step-on of Poslon
Is In town. Pr. " i '. Maker "as enlled
lo Pair ! la vi n Tnesd.iv l the illness of
his son-in-law. Joseph P. Shepheid
Mrs Nettle Whreler nf Hakir's- Mills.
N V.. Is in town for a few dis The
Mntnlav elub met with Mis WIKnn P
Nutting Mnnd.iv in , mini.-nl,. 1 was I.iitiIv
attended. The subject diseuss.d wn:.
"The Work of Our Modern Impies-ion-ists
and 'uliM"."- Wllllnm Poiiqherly,
nn lined resident. Is III at hifi home on
the plains east of tin- vlllate. -Harry A
I'ollins has been elected superintendent
of the i 'oiiKrei-ation.il Sunday sehool p
sne,'ee,l Prof P.irl T. Tiaey, ri'slsMe d
Mr. i'ollins has held the ollic- beloro with
soccers. --Mrs. Jason Inulaw hai
alUd to IlurllliKtoti bv the 111 m
brother. John i ' 'onnor.
condition of the l!ev. Deusnioic
i "ha pin i- reRanbd .is crltlci!. - lluchen H.
ItcxlKers of Snrntnca Sprinc was in town
Tu, sday.- Th
i;astern Htnr chain, r held
a card party in their rooms
evenlnK. Mrs. Carrie lifnno nf Scllenec
tady. N. V.. is In town. Prul II. I'.itr
tiistnn attended a bank directors' meetiiiK
in Vi rcennes Tuesday. fleori'e Vorsiiltes,
Jr.. had a bad fall on the i , '1' lay.
Paul Itlikcrl is diMir-J the l'.ire-td.ib
stase din inc ins ,nfoicid absenec The
offc1'i of tin- llnrtonia. Uclit undPow
, r eoiiipnnv unve .l dinner to the citizens
of llortonvllle Tuesday nncn In
Alex.indei store liuildiiiK. K. P
well, 1. i: Chandler. T. W. liaj, c. I,.
Clifford and ti. II. Iilss-11 of liraudon at
tended. About : Were present and an
eNCelleiit dinner was served. Th. Hist
ern Star chapter will i'he a tnllltaiy
whist c.inl paitv Tin -lav , vcninEr.
Plstilct Deputy Miner wll: Install the
officers, ol Sllv.-r Lake Chapter. k'nlKhts
,,f Pytbla". this evenlns A banntti t will
be piven.- Th, Woman'.- Mislonmy "
, ietv of tlie oinsn satinim' Church will
meet with Mrs- Pled P Kinusley this
afternoon.- Last eveninu lime wa a
mini installation of the new uflin-rn of
C. .1 Ornisli,.,- Pnsi, C. P. paveiiport
flrcle of .-ons of Viteians and tlie Pons
of Vi tf runs auIllary at tin '". A. P.
hall.- The women of St. Thomas s palish
will hold a sociable nt the tictoiy tills
I'M-nlnsr. A supper will be served. lioad
Commissioner Oeors,- I.. P,onaid Is at
tendlnt: a dairymen's convention In Pur
lltict'.n The meetltiK of tlie PauKhters
of i',, p. volution held with Mis. W. O.
Talbot Mstetday afteinoon was will at
t.'iuled. .Mrs. .1. s. Hart, who I- In Hmn
don for the winter, has Taeei. 'ailed to
1 Itilibardlon by the illnes-i ol her hus
l.iind. Harry P.iiinbam of Verciine.-. Is
M-itine bis grandfather, Harlow F. San
,b is. -nocer Flood has entered tin m
p! f Wnrren C Pefflnuwell.
The Clranite lias Installed the pillowing
officers: Master, Harry Howard; nvf
seer. Horace Kln; let Hirer, Mth. Frank
Johnson; secretary, P A. Olbbs; treas
in cr. N c. Harrison; chaplain, the H. v.
Mr. Havward; Katekeeper, Merrill Wal
ker; steward. Howard KcIIoki:; Ceres,
Mis Harry Howard; I'loia. Mabclle
Pi own. Pomona, lilancbe I'owbr; ladv
arslstant. Mnrcaret Coodrlch.- At the an
nual roll call meetlnn of the 'oiiki ck.i- I
tlonal Church, the roll was called by
the i-lerk, N. c. Harrison, the election
of officers followed. Ci. II. Pump was
elected to succeed himself as trustee,
Jniti H. Aiken ns deacon, N. C Har
rison as clerk and l)nnll IIIbkIus as
treasuier. Tin fliiaivial imiidltlon of the
church is Kood. Mises Htlckiiey, C N.
Ilond and Pr. J P Newton went to
KnilKSTn A t AZ. I
I. .1 I'nrtier has gone on i Iiu-iiic-m
trip to Philadelphia. Pa.. Paltlmorc. Md.
and Temii ssci . -Uenrgc Foiglntcs Ull
while fishinr, Ihiouuh the be at Lake
Dunniorc S.iturday and brol; hla collar
bone. Ralph Smith, who has been III
several weeks, has returned te his, homo
In Taunton, Miish.-H. A. Rowc has sold
hi dwelling house to Hollln Whltlclmr
of Onshcn. Mr- Rowv will occupy Ills,
tenement In the spring. William Dough
erty Is III with pneumonia Frank Derby
of Rochester has moved into one of W.
II. Avery's houses. Lyman Howe, who
has beep III with mumps, lum returned
lo his business In Rutland
-MKIiui-l DoWrit plotilibl Hut wide SI
pt.lsr.ili ill lown died at Ills tiwine on
Woodatii Hill Thuisdav morning- He had
bciii In t ii il 1 ii u health for snun tline,
sleeping a ureal deal of the tune, and
the exact lini' of his denth wus not
known I:, was- pom In ilalwin niunt.i.
P'l.iii'l s, ,(. nib, i -in i vi. liilni; "'0 l..-t
Si at - In. I, lr,i mi. I " p
tillilri ii win a i i om l. . . ii ,.
un in: in, hi and oh No-
nun ihil in iilMi-t Mortnw
In l(!l tliej moved to
tills town nml fol .VI Mills hue lived
on Woodnid lllll l.e -Mi' i. live III
ngilrultiuul tiersnlts mnl has also
lowid sunn-what Ids Hnili or "lone
IIUIHoll. Alf. Pevllli' Is snnlve,' h Ills
wife 'iiiil i'i hi
eldest having died
lilldi'ii. Mlelinel, the
ill tl'e ago of Ti yeitis.
Tile silrvh inc i 1 1 1 1 d i c 1 1 ure Mrf.
Hoyntoii of Tntinton. Miss., Ml!
IHIIon of hnxbiiis. Wllllain
. .1. It. i
Thomas "leviim and Mrs. 1. I'. f'nsev
of Wnterbiiry, U. I1. Irvine of Httnt
ford. I'oiiii.. ninl Mrs. I.. .1. Clossev of
H"tiolt. Mleh. Tin re are also K, Krainl-
ehlldleli. lie II . oldest member of
.-m. .Mioieu s pnii'm. u eai'b itietnofr ',,
vilmiii he had been uieiitly honored j
Mis Annie , I. Itanv iclur I Thnrsd.iv
nillllB fl IMll W lllle I'lVI'l .lUlietloll, Willie
she iis ealleil In iiMeinl tin- film nil of her
brothel's wife. Mis. P .1 iVi'otntnr, who
Irnppnl d, -id Mondav morning while p'i -t'ornilnc
her boiiu'liold duties.-Hrrtrninl
Hurt of ltamliilph Is with Ills parent",
Mr. mid Mrs .Promo Hurt.-'Mis .1. P.
Ilasklns of Montpeller Is with her dausli
ir. Mts. 11 S. Atldnw. duilniT the Illness
"I her little grandson
Then Uns a (jood uttend.-iiiee at t ho
union service m the Cinisreuatlnnal ,
t 'Inn ill Sundnv evenlnc. the llev. W. 1-1. J
' Poiislass pii-aeliltiK n helpful sermon,
I An orcliestrn, led by Mr. Tromhly, as-j
jSisted In the music and the islrli.' chorus i
mit;. The Needlecraft club pnvr Mrs.!
i". P. Swasey a surprise at her home on
I'nlon street last Thursday. A picnic
supper was servi d by the members.
Tlie party was to show the pknuirc of
the numbeiu over her recovery from her
reient operation at the Knnny Allen lio
Mil- nlinllv i
cnibcr .'5, Isv,,
of Mor,o ii.
pltiil.Th, fnneial of Mlelinel Pevlne I'harb s I.. Pervler. died .Pin. S at Ids
.was held from SI. Andrew's Chutch Sun-1 home on th.. Pnlon bmok road, west of
da ;il't"i noon two oVIock. The llev. tho xillace ,in, funcr.il services, coti
P.itlnf pevov olliel.it d. The bearers j dueled bv th, p,. Julius P. S,iri?fnt,
weii Martin Moran. William Thompson were h.-hl Tlitusil.iv -Oeorpe W. Dun
Jolin lpan and ltobei-t O'Uilcn F.urlal , Lain ha-, sold the Iim rs business pur
was in iIk Cnthulic cemeteiA' nt Puxbun ieliased b. liliu last sprlmr at Greenfield,
i I'm in t . Amonjr those lutsent from out Mas.. and is acalii at his home in tlild
of town were Mr. and Mrs. Joint Dcvlnc ,
nf Constable. N V.. Mr?. Delia Henry
jitid dauij'nter, Ulllan, Mr. and Mrs.
Matthew "Ualomy, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
r,lns!s?.. William Clopsey, Mrs T. j
Moilarty. Mrs. H. J. Crossett and P. H.
Ityan of Montpeller and Mr. and Mrs.
John Devlne of lloltnn. The son. T). P. I
Pevlne, of Taunton, Mnp., was unable
to crime because of Illness.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. William
pel lis was the se, lie Tu, sday niht nl a
piett weiblinj:, when Miss Jessio
lit own Webster be. Mine lb- wife nf
James A. Sinclair The Kplsonpnl serv
ice was read b.- Ihe Pev. Ti. I,. Sanford
of Hardwlek. Miss P.tliel f'olbv at
tendid the bride, who was clven In
inarriafie b Mr. Monroe of Hardwlek.
The bride was downed In white crepe
meteor with ."-atln trinunliiKs and car
ried n slinwer bouquet of white car
nations and lilies of tlie valley. MNs
Polby lvni e ;l gown of lavender silk.
The decorations wei e of everureen and
the ceremony was pet formed beneath
a bell of eere;ieen suspended from a
white nich Tn lb- diiiliiK room pink
carnations eie used. The bride is
natixe of Aberdeen and en me to this
country about a eai' and a half nun,
since when she has been in the home
of Mis. Penis. The inoom is also
from Aberdeen anil Is employed in the
sheds. Jtef reshnictits
weie served by Miss Colby ami Miss
Annie Imrothy Palmer. Mr. and Mts.
( Wallace (lieen, who were celebrating
to-day Ibeir 1 tli wi-ddiiiK anniversary,
attended tile wedillni; in their inar-
,rlaKe pa rini'iits. - News has been i e-
iciiveil of tin dcutli Tnesdiu ot Mleli.ul
liases at Meeker, I'olo. Mi. Ilnjes was
a former n:sldeut of this place, 1i.-ttipr
!a natlxe of Ptixbiiry. He was married
the o'djtwo years to Miss Pessle Murray, aft-'
Fllack- i erw ards coine; to Iteland and later to
Colorado. Pesldes bis wife he leaves
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hayeit
of Luixbury anil nine brothers and sis- ;
ters: Patrick of Califorina, James of
Meeker. Colo.. William of Puxbury, j
John of Wnterbiiry. ndwnrd of Provl- i
donee, P. I., and Mrs. Mary Ptirke of
Franklin. X. II., Mis. Ullen Uyan of
.Montpeller and the Misses Annie and
Julia of Wnterbiiry. The body will be'
bioiiKht lieri for the interment. j
Max M,-is. a pi ddlei nf drcs s I...
was louinl d, ad in bed this moinliist!
ill til" tenement -npbd bv Mie lain-'
IP of ICriusi Jojall over the store of
W. M. t;i ei ni- on Park avenue. Mr.
Myers went to u moving picture show
Tuesday eeiiiri- and nenud In his
usual health, although it i under
stoocl t tin t he had suffered from heart
trouble, lie imd been in town only
two ot thlee days. Mi. .Myers was a
Husslaii Ji w and friends nf that na
tionality ,,ini, and took the body to
PurllnKton. Pr. II. P. Hopkins was
ailed, but pronounced death dil" to
natural causes.- -The name of M's. P.
W lloynton of Taunton, Muss., a. I
daughter of Michael Devhie, should'
Pn added to a list of those who at
tended Ills funeral Sunday. Miss Lil
lian .lolniMoii, who IniH been trimming
I'tirlm," the season for Mrs. Hello Cor-
ny iTreene, has returned to Poston,
white she Is employed in a wholesale
millinery house. II P. Pony is in
Ilosion on business. He will also islt
his father in Stoneham. Mass. Mrs.
H L. lllll and Mrs. P. It Demerltt
went to .Montpeller yesterdav for the,
week -Mr and Mrs Perttund Hurt I
and three children m-,. w-lth hlw par
ents, .Mr and Mrs. Jerome Hint j
The vital statistics for 1011 .show a total
of hit births, exactly the same number
ns In lRia. There were M male children
born and SI lemales. Of this number f'l
are of American parentage, ;!" mixed na
tionality and 10 different nationalities.
The ratlins nt 4 nf the chlldien nre em
ployed )n the Hi-miltc linlustiw. Til" num
ber nt births Is slightly uudei the aver
ag' Inr tin past six years, which Is W.
Tin biilhs oer mouth are as fnllows;
.latiuarv, ll F'bru.iry, It: March. '.'.";
April. 7; ,M.i, 11; June. :; July. l'J; An
gust, IJ, September, 17; Dctulur, U; No
venibi r. 10, and Pecftuber 15. There were
7! ni.irrlagr s during Hie war. The niur
tn III v slntlnties have not jel l cu i oiu
Wrud has hi en reiehed 111 this city
that the condition of Dr. c,, l. Lane,
president or the Lane Manufacturing Co.,
pin J a runner resident of this city, w ho Is
seriously 111 at his home In Poston, Is
Charles Month, proprietor of the Pooth
cigar stoic, this city, and well known
tliioughout the Stale ns a cigar salis
miiri, is critically ill with pneumonia
Tin- funeral or Chatincey W. ICej es. ror
I? years employed at the Montpi Hit i
Wells River railroad shops In this city,
whouf dentil ucvurred Fiidaj. wa held
Sunday nfttinoon at l n'cluek nt 1)
late home mi Utillti atiect Rarial v n
in i.lreen Mount ninuti-o tiih di-tvamil
was L'uiii in Mm emu ii, ,ja :t. Mu, and
lesldlil III thut place ll III ) West Iterllii
lllllll 11' vi Ills alii,, when Im enllle In pill
dp He lea,s ii wile and twn children.
Mi lieni'S, Spaulillng nf this IP and
W.iltei C Kcves l Woodsvllle, N I
Mnntpilifi National bank Ie Id H nn
lie i 1 1 I ,, ,1a i i on l n 1 1 ,c al iv h ell
I 1'iviiil nl di' im vvi,r . j. . Uil
Fnrwill. Alia rl Tuttlu,
llai Inn It. Kemp and
The ilncct'irs elected
, 'is ori'liviH
1 v I' e-iiim,,.,
I'm V, ,,11.
The ;i II ii i ni 1
liroi 1 :
iishti i .
Ilieelllii; ol the 11 1 t N.U
tlonnl bank mm i,,.,i Tuesday morning,
Inlllecis (,,itcli 1M'Iiil' li-elei tei! ns
IoIIowh: hlt,..i,,,. i.' v tiulnell. i.. 11.
Tun, I'ratik M. i.'orry. II. II. !utler and
JMward H. Deavltt: oftlcers. I're.sldent,
rianU M. forryj vice-president, i". A.
IHvlnell; cashier, Artluil O. I'utoti.
Ill eliy i ourt yesterdav nppenred Mr.
ninl Mrs. V. ,. Murphy, who claimed
I heir nlnee of abode ns Itlchlliond Thev
arrested ;,t,, Tuesdav , elilllt;
"I Mlth sliallnK a pan of shorn
from lb.- Mi'pininld shoe store lh.it nflir
noon The nifl-ers nrresled I'm; woman,
who told :i slor.i which led to the man
I'flnc taken im., , nhoii They pleadid
mill v to chnrKes and Mrs Murphy paid
a t1 line with costs, while her husband
will spend i days. In the county J.ill
A InarliiK on the final settlement nt
the (state of Marcelle J. Pumas, of
which Mrs, nenritc W. Morsi Is ndinlnls
trutrlv. hrliiK the executrix of the will
of th" late rjeorse W. Morse, was held
yesterday morning In probate court tie
fore Judcre Martin.
t'r M P McOuIre left vestcrday fof
Poston and points In the South. Dr. Me.
'lulre's health Is such that he will slve
up his practice In this eltv for u time
It Is said and It Is expected that he will
reninlniler of the winter in
William M. Pervler. the aced father of
IllaKe. J. S. Ixjvclnnd is very low- nt the
home of his daUBhtif, Mrs. Joseph M.
Mullock, on Central street, suffering from
a shock received on Thursday. Mrs.
Julln chase Is very ill -with pneumonia
and heart tiouble at her home with her
rtntiahter. Mrs. Clara Holton, at the cor
ner of Main and Washington streets. O.
A. Powell, express man, Is ill with pneu
monia The fourth entertainment of the
lecture lotlrse was UlVell
evenltiif at armory hall bv the "Spanlsn
Students." K I, Kerr tins closed the cor
ner market and moved ihe stork of ponds
to his west side market
Mrs. .Tnll-i Chase died Sunday afternoon
at her home on Main street after an
Illness of about n week troni pneumonia
and heart disease Mrs 1 'hn" was
twice married, her lirst husband belnc
Samuel Harwnod of Northlleld, and her
second. Pdmund chnw of Montpeller.
Pesld. s her daughter, Mrs. Clara Holton,
with whom she made Ik r home, she
leaves one sister. Mrx. Jennie Clark of
Montpeller, and thr," bi-otherr. Fred U
Thresher of Northlleld and f'eorcr and
Horace Thr.sber of Northfiild Falls.
Funeral sen ice?, conducted by the r,ev.
John It. Onto? rif tin- Methodist church,
werr lii 111 Tuesday afternoon. Joslah S.
I.nvelond died Tuesday at the home of
his dauchtrr, Mr. Joseph M Dullock.
nn Central stieet. havlnK sustained a
shock '!' apoplexy a fow days previously.
Mrs Uiveland died a, short time ago.
Pcsldes the daughter, Mrs T'uIIoek, the
deceased left two -on-. OiNon J. and
.Mis. li. L. .Moody lift Januaiy il
for Harlow Ion. Molilalia. Mr. Moodv
went there last Miuiniei. A. O. I'erter,
who was at Mr.s. Nelson Peach's several
' v.rel.s this fall, Is repm tod as seriously
,111. His homo ,s in Ninth Willlston. but
at present he Is In IlurllliKtoti. whom
he Is beliiK carrel for at a hospital. The
' tuneral of Curtis Sleeper was In Id Jan
, nary at the liaptlst Church. The Kev.
P. P. Parker officiated and tht burial
'was in the old cemetery. Mrs. Jessie W.
Hayes was in Montpeller Monday. About
BraiiBeis attendrd tin- Installation ot
the olliiers of .Mjunt .Manslb ld (iraiiB"
111 Slow,- Satutday --In. Whitney of
Montpeller was hee Monday. Marehal
Labor bus returned to town and is work
in" lor llowanl Stevens The n. t ul
tra, turn ill tie lectin ins,' Will be
"The Knal Male Quartet" January IV
Ituth lilbbs of Waterburv spent Stindax
at Fred Tow lie's.-N, w s ha been n
ceivid nf tlie safe arrival of the Nnrcioss
and Jl;n bundles at tin ir new home in
Natehlln, In s. La. The Thuisdav even
Iiik prayer meetliiKS will be held this
week at "The LodK"" L. , Lyon's.
Mis. M P. Stranahmi l at the home
nt hei dailKhter. Mrs. Arthur Lyon, for
the wlni, r -Miss Mirv Memaui. who
has been lonlliieil to ihe bouse by Illness,
has so far recovered as lo resume work.
I I link .-nwier attended tin- dairy
men's meeting in Purllngion Tues-.lny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Annstrong wnrn In
MontiK'ller Monday Mr. Cha-pnian of
HartfoRl, Conn., was In town Monday.
j Miss Addle Sawyer and Miss Harriet
I FCnapp were in Pane Tuesday to attend
'the runer.il of Miss Snwyer'u uncle, Al
bert Wnrren.- Miss Ruth Rruce. Is Im
i proving -Mr. and Mrs. I-wls Pneor w-i-rn
lealled lo Montpeller Monday by
niss or their son. Albert Ferris
Wultsticld ,md Warn n Tuesday
L. J Cnlebmok Is able to be nut after
a three weokf' Illness. Leon Joslyn, wlim
luus li-i-n in the West the past year, Is
visiting bin parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pert
Joslyn. A una Turner and Pauline NoUl
are boarding at W. Long's during tho
winter term of school. Hlsie Iong wtit
unable tn go back to her school in Mont
peller nn account of poor health. Miss,
Florence Nelll was operated on at tho
Mary pi, teber hospital ror a mastoid
abscess Satuid.iy. Miss Cnrro Ruc.klln
has bein lonlluivl to the house the past
two week-- with lumbago -A. R Vrnden
burgh has finished work for .1. Smith
and gone to work fur Percy rling.--Mr.
and Mrs Heney Tabor of Gran
ville have been In town. -Curtis Klhbeo
or liror.kileld was a buMm-is inllor In
Mr.-. Aaron Rowell of MoretoHii spent
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moul
tnn -Mrs, Wallace Goodwin of Montpeller
visited her brothers, W. II. and Frank
Vaughn, Wednesday -.Mrs. Finest Cha
pln ban returmd from Hrlstnl, where she
went recently to attend the wedding of
her sister John HnstlniM has gone to
rerrmln for a time with his daughter, Mrs.
IMw.ird Cooney, at the Center. John
Hntlntrs is in poor health. Allen Foster
id' Mutitown spent Sunday nt tho Center.
ti Cbatimui of Hartford, Conn . In
f-pendlim ti tev day with Mi. ana Mi-s.
-Vi tint: illgilow. .Mr Josephine 'VN'ar
teti and her daughter, Mrs V.. K Hill,
weic In Hnrie Tui'mIhv to attend the fu
neial nl' Albeit Warren. Mis. H P. Hills
md daughter. Ml, s Hazel, spent Sunday
I" Itnirr James Mackln of Montpeller
"as in Middlrsex Mondav Mr and Mr
I' I' i" r 1 1 1 i-i inin, ,t a fi 1 1 v of
f r 1 r j i I i i
vp"liml I I'pu
a folhiiv j,
''miles tiii. k,
I;ied lllutn Imtd.
parlors Holiday i venlni; -Albert Warren,
formerly of this town, hut for the last
years of Tlarre, died at tho home of his
daughter, Mrs. Harry Oamble, Sunday
after s.k months' Illness, In the S.1id year
of his iikc He was. born on the Wurren
rarm now owtud by I). IC Kills. He was
a son of 1'ander and Susan lA i lister
Warren. In IT,! he married Mnry Steel
und began niatrkd life on the fnnn Idiown
iih tin- W. 1!. Mel'lioy farm, now owned
by 'William Turney of Mimtpeller Ho
later sold and moved to thn llobliison
hill neighborhood, rosldlns there som,, l i
or -i years. I'rom thero be moved to
Parte. The funeral was held Tuesday
afternoon nt the home of his dainhter and
tlie remalriH were taken to Montpeller
leinetery for burial benide hl wife Ho
l.i survived bv three ilnurhterH', Mrs.
Ilarn tiamble, Mrs. Wllllain Wheeler and
Mrs Alice P.settc, nil of Ttarre, and one
brother, llurns Warren of Montp-'lbr
.1. W. Hutterfleld wa.s in town Mondav
on business reliitlni lo the new school
bulldlnKS. Mrs. Sar.'ih McKnlcht, an need
woman, and lonK n resident of this town,
died at the home of h"r nephew, Warren
Ainsworth, in North Palais Sunday W
H. AiiKell has returned from the Miry
Pletrher hospital, much Itnprived in
health. ltlebiril liatclielder was in town
Monday on business Mrs. Pondns Hask
ell Is III.
William Rivers has sold his riunr storo
and pool-room to J. Howard Myott.
Mr. HI vers boiicht the business two
years hro from Isaac Vett. Mt. Myott
cumo here live or -six years aso from
PnosburK Falls and has been bookkeelor
for tho Woodbury Oranlte company at
the quarries and proprietor of the n.-ns-com
Ilous' . Mr. Illvcrs will return to
Montpeller. Harry W. Mentley and MPs
Sadie E. Fllleld were married Saturday
afternoon by the Rev. J. Wesley Miller
and nt once left for Boston to spend a
short hOTioymooti before, taking up their
residence In itowatidn, N. V"., where thn
brldegToom Is employed In thn leather
buslnes". Pet'.iel town team defeated
Randolph town team, .11 to IS, In a came
of basketball last Friday nlcht. Tlie
tr.ii no was made up of three l.-mtnute
'periods. The visitors lost their same tn
the first period, ! to t. but later played
much better The same evenlnc a team
of sophomoi es defeated one of fre-Mnnr u
in ii fdrls' name, hi to " Mvron Havrv
Is vl!tln in Sullivan. Me . his old home
town. The Rev. n. I. Halfacrc nttcndi-I
a meetlmr In parre Mondav and Tm-sdav
of Fnlversnllst and Fnltarian mlnl-ters
nf Vermont and the Province of Qtirbec.
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION.
A Joint Installation nf officers was held
here Tuesday ivenliu; by Myrtle Lodi;e,
No. 27. 1. O O. P.. Fidelity Hehek.ih
Lmlce, No. I'v. and White rtlver Kncamti-
nnlit. No. i;i. About 75 were prif iit.
Among those from nut o, lown weie:
P. J. Putnam, (i. M. Windsor. P. A
Spe.ir. c,. M., Wond-toik. c. J. Paul
P. 1). H. M.. Woodstocsk: Mrs. Nellie
Ctllss, I r. Post Mills. After the in
stnllation of officers lunch was s-n-vid
and a soenl hour enloyed.
Ad.intant-Oeneral 'I'lllotson ha.- Rone
to Waslilmrton in the interests ,,f tlie
militia pay bill which Is favored bv
I armv and rnllltin authoritb-i- and which
has tie, n banidnc lire for several vears.
Addison count v members liave ebw-tiil
A. W. Fnnto of Cornwall as- president t
and lirnrcc W. Stone of V"rsenties iim
secretary of ibeir orsanlzntlnn in the
Saturd.i s Free Press erroneously
statril that Alwood of Lyndon was on
thn State seh'."ils committee, Atwe.ll of
Brandon should have been given as
member of this committee.
Governor Cates ha4 ncceptwl the Invi
tation of the Hotel Vermont to !,o pres
ent at the dinner tn commercial travel
ers on February IC
Th.- ' out. -t over the jndgi of pmbate
In the Now Haven district of Addison
county ha" beon settled, the ixinvasslm;
ejinmlttee having refused to undertake
a re-count and divlarlng Frank W. Tut
tle of Verifennes elected as Judge of
piobale over K A. Hasseltlne.
I Th,. FnrmetT-' club
the House chamber.
met last nislit in
l-'ianklln HIIIIiiks of Woodslm k. a
member of the 1110 and 1012 Legislatures,
was n visitor at the State House yes
terday. He was in Hngland when Ihe
war broke oit and his stav In Hurnpn
was slmi-teiied aboul six moatb-. bv the,
w a r.
Commissioner Urlgham appeared ln-foro
the commltleei) of agriculture Tuesday.
He told of tho v.eirlt of his department,
and outlined the reasons why a larger
appropriation is required.
Charles A Plumley of Northlleld ha
been rf'-appolnted bv Governor Crates a-i
commissioner of taxes for a socmid term
In this nflice. His name will go befom
the Senate soon for continuation
SOUTH HERO INN.
New lintel tn firnnil lule Count hi
Open February 1,
The historical "Old Stono House" at
Bouth Hero, which for more than 100
years lum been a landmark In that part
of tho country', has been put Into is.
cellent fthapo and Is now to be an up-to-datfi
hotel, with tho formal date of
opening tlM'd as Fchniwy 1. It Is the
plnn to operate the hotel, hlch Is to be
known as tlie South Hero Inn. through
out the entire yiar.
Juan Robinson and Mis. Lillian Ax tell
have purchased the property and have
expended a large sum III improvements.
The house at present will accommodate
a fow more than .10, but It Is planned
to increase Its capacity during the sum
mer months by constructing cottngis.
The hotel has been equipped with stepm
heat, hot and cold water, baths, electric
lights, hardwood tloors, and thn old tiro
places, used 111 colonial days, have been
uncovered and put In shape for use.
The hotel Is only a short distance from
tlie railroad station and a 'bus will
meet all trains. As the building Is only
a few rods fiom the lake and occupies
a slto which commands the entire view
of Keeler's bay, It Is exacted to bo a
favorite summer resort. The hotel will
be connected with an nutomoblle gnrogo
and livery stuble as well ,u a boat
Fleeau? Heeler's Lay
1 ohc of the llrst
pints of the Inlte
Iritcndt d to make
winter spoils In
boating, eti , tin
tu frees? over It is
a strong feature of
addition In the lee
u will probably be
irerted a tobogsan .llrle nnd there are
ilre-nlv several Ibhlns fbnntles whli h
in be uci Th' dri' from H'li'lngtnii
i I" nillr noinb' ' of RnrMnci ,
ore lilunnlllE attend tin opuiinr;
'IIIUTMPI nvm finiHV!tAi n d nn nrnmr
iuiiliiii luilu tliiiiiiVVHV ULUH L
IS OVER 562.700 IN
125,000 Women Jobless--Im-monility
on Increiise Clolh
inj( W(rlt'rs Ilintlcst
Trades in WTiicli
Dull Times Have Hit
This partial list of unemplnved In
New York was compiled for the
Public Forum of the Chill eh f the
LTothlnK workers (rail
branches Karment indus
General unskilled liihorurn. . 100.000
nulIdliiK mechanic f32
Store and office workers
(bookkerpets, clerical help
and stenographers) tr,,000
Machinists end '-'cncrnl met
al worki'l- .n.uiiO
Drlve.t-H and ueneral help i
(wholesale food supply and I !
dry goods districts) 28.000 I j
Hotel and restaurant work
Longshoremen 15.000 (
Cle:ar and tobacco workers.. IS, 000
Domestic help 1 0,000
Department store employes 10,000,
Railroad workers fall
Printing and allied trades
(lithoKraphers, etc.) 10,000
Shoe workers '.000
laundry workers 7.500 1
Millinery workers O.oOO '
City emploves S.Ouii
Firemen (steamboat and stn-
HtiKln'crs (steamboat and
New York, -Inn IJ. According to llg
ores compiled rnr tlie Public l'orum of the
Chureli of the Ase. nsioii, hi Fifth avenue,
of which tlie Rev. Percy Stieknry Grant
u pctor, a partial list nf the itiienvploved
In Greater New York totals f ',:.'. 7' n. Th"
number of homeli'si persons in the city
who have not the price of shelter Is esti
mated at 0,i.i i up,
The figures wcrr obtained bv Samuel ,
A. Strode! of No. .t..i Pro.'idway, who wa.s
.'ifMgned to the. tak nf counting the un
employed in tho city hv ii committee of
the Public Forum. Arrangements wrro
made to turn ovr r th, report to city
I'hnmberlnln Pruer, . who agreed tn con
sider It In an ulIMnl eaiuelty He will r,-
elve the re'mrt in roll in a f,- days.
Stinibl began thr work on P niber 15
and llnlslier the eniupilntinn last Satur
day. The tlgures Ineltide organi.e,l and
iiimrcanlzed labor. Put do not cover all
Ihe branches of Indusirv This Is pointed
out tor tin- beneiit ot those who mn think
WOMF.N FORCKP INTO IMMORAL
IMany nf tin- ilRiires wer,- taken from
employers, and where such Information
was- refused they were based on Inquiries I
among the employes nt various concerns
as to the number of persons dependent
upon th" businesses they were engaged
111 this way VJ5,nu clothing workers in a'l
branches of the garment mdnstrv wiie
found to be idle. Tlie Kith ' ''tis is gl".s
the tntal number nf per-ons ciilmuciI In
that Industry in this city ns liSP".
One hundred thousand general un-killed
laborers were renorted out of work. Seventy-five
thousand building mechanl, In
SI traibvi were said to be idle, as were
TC.OOu store and olllce uoikei's Including
bookkeepers, clerical workers and stenog
raphers. Ptrndi'l said he also found that about
115i'i of the total .'"'.j.TiVi niiemploved were
women. nn,l In ascertaining conditions,
which was 'em of his work. In- found
that immorality was great 'y on the ln
it, an Tills wan admitted b- n nrt
kei-iers and shown bv the many new
faces in tlie buck r ns of saloons and on
the streets at night.
Tlie investigator also learned that ill,
mil men, women and boys are being kent
In employment bv firms reluctant to dis
charge tluim despite the fact that busi
ness would warrant their so doing
Strrlel round one woman who told
him that for two months she had In en
getting up early and stealing a bottle
of milk from hi r neghlNir.H for her
children- Several children ir. Rrowns
vllle were seen stealing plain b'ead from
MA-NY PAKKSHOPS MAY CLOSK.
Sevi'ral bakeshop proprietors in tho
Rronx, llrooklyn and the cast side said
they probably would close up on ac
count of the high price of flour rather
than operate at a loss or incur the dis
favor of thilr customers by either cut
ting down the size of the lour of bread
or raising the price. With these shops
closed, 2,un moro persons will be thrown
out of employment.
Strodel was asked h the enntmtttiv
which engiiged bint ror the work to
make recommendations ba-M upon con
ditions as he found them. In his report
"I would suggest tliat all available
buildings that could be heated and put
In a sanitary condition be placed at the
disposal of the homeless army; that
some rund be created for furnishing
nourishing food to tlie unfortunate? ;
that all red tape be discarded, and that
sociological experts be kept far re
moved from Interference."
STRAPS TO OPFN "POOR MAN'S
With a view to relieving sonic nf tho
misery In the city,. Nathan Stiaus lias
laborers at work building a milk depot
In City Hall park, tn be operated all
winter and summer. He tins added sub
Ttantlal fond to the u'uiril mill; distribu
tion. When the depot li i-pmd It Will Vt?
known ns the "pour man' bunvt," wheru
fur one cent a uu ot ootl't,. and u rull
mil v W had, for two Cent", a cup of oof
fee and a toll cheese sandwich or a
las of in 11 K and roll chei sandwb h.
Mils bv the glass will be one cut. ;
i-i.C at the Straus d, not Mr Stunt
,'rr nl' 't im ,) m Tniv"'l.iu nn e
nnd in Mount Morils pirk
bill HP btlUWINb
Mont pell, .! Jan U t
S, nale udb l.iiw . ,imm ti
til' t Attol ne le aicl i
i pi art d In ' i ill in Si
tntrodured ' Si'inil"! bni "
ti nn of nib ..f "i '. i
i - bemnnliit; 'ti ' ,ru i
Mr. Plllllielt i.ffr e ll 11 li' h ir
on tho iudirejshlp Is-n. it b. r
vigorously the oplninti of thn-, v
Hint tlie present L- Klsi tture i r i
Kally elect a Hilpreiue eo'irt ic I ;i
justlcis have served for thi
veara for which they win ajc "
also (pintid some a ithm Mr
Then are three iunn. li i iel
thn Legislature could ret ii ,b rer
live of eie, nt; Hids'i.- I st '
'elect now the Jllstl' for SU
term, beitlnninc Pi-.-' in ,er i 1al"
innd It could ndjouin nt i sumo t,
I November. VM, and then meet t i
'itiatlnou frr It,., u, r.nlM . .
tirst Is Inopportune, the second wonui
cumbersome. Put there is. omy wa
which they could elect for the pn r
term. This, their third remed , r
cmno only It the present s r i-rn
Were persuaded to r, --:Rr
"DIDN'T HAV1J THK C PL' 1
1 (Juestioned at the close of
Wlress as to whither he woub , '
vlsij tho present Juatiucn to res'pt
I'unnett reidled that n d ir
the cheek When asUtd w ari
ll..l ,-r.,,cn 1, l.l n. . l. ..
tJiy,uBi-u uiui wie supreme cout
persuaded by a rmucs' .f t c '. c
lature to resi?n
Mr. Dunnutt'Ti points "Kainst
Powell bill were. First there is
rni-ufli,ii nt is.. i.ni.i.Mii .
An office without an incun bent Is
cant. Seen, nl. where the .-nstltutt
" I "lie " II Jrt;isiai
bus iio i "W r to Mi"? t ti
I ndu i"-t I . 1 i 1 1 nt.
eteati .1 '. .in .
tb ii-tiinii. i I .
Ihe ,i - t .Ml ' r-. 1
dale of te. gieir
Wnt LP MAKK
In niiswi- lo th.
tor Cnrior a- tn wb
turo did not haie
I tl ii
by Just so, h . bill
Mr. Punnett r. pli.
not m tie pr, sr nt
ma In two 1 1 i n s
He ua it it i.ir i
had pow r t'i . b i
mean. ! :
i ' ,' n ' i
poiin fo v
which. If i
lUlrd and t
again It sp
s w 1.
t.r i th a!'
b her did li
n "f .moth'
w-i, lid in ill
I a ; t e i
tm nn, In knoiv
W I I
i,n t li
' ti re
'it i re
Lgis it i
elect . e
b' '. l
. .in eli
it'll St it
years In nntrarti-tinetlnr t
of Mr. Punnett that th. in
nlo wa two vpur-
ICE RACING OPENS
of the si-a-on w.
the third null
river, th, r, , im
prcs, nt during
w. re a ii'.m'n r
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t s 1 f t ")i a
if ti x no
1 ib sail 1 nr
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I ' H'1, a ( ' g w
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heal w i . nv ir f
is-. - Pi v ilt- rs
iriveii ay pedeli of ib,
n.-t n. uned in n i 'as
f f,"ir Pr Sc idd' r P
I'lo'r, i "n d
horse, owned an I dlivtti 'j M u, 1
th' J..M rice il stiaubt beu I
(ire ii i. sis heats wer e -
Slsiet Hal. S!hton, w ir t ,
till ee of the Inn se si ,
TI, -, suits
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Pillv Waters, ,lr . p, rh V '
Wiley A., iiiiali
I Ii'iiry i ' . Lord
Wussell f Irattoii, i 'out t.
Time tii),, i;;i., 41
. Si) fi.ss
Pr. Sctnlder, .Mcl,,,nl
He. Ashley, D'fi.u
Midget. Prow . .
Pexter, Coats ... i
PoiiIpoii, Anders, ie
Time, 10, 15, 15
Sifeter Hal, Slav tic
Nancy 1 1 , Pu.z. II
Prank. (Irei nw nnd
John Wilkes, Prew
Thr Phi Pelt.i Tb t.i fralium- h
danco nt Hotel Vermont Momi n e
intermission, a Puilct qnrh w.i
The chapcnuies wen Presidii t 1 1
Penl'ill and Pr
Hums. T.i p' in '
At the annual bii .
Pniierelty of Venn, 11 1
Tuesday ut the hntii' o
. 1 H
the tollnw ing olfb ei s w , ,- .
dent. Mr-, ii'eaugi ' I
dent. M.ss Jinm. M w
Mhs Mabel Halch a', iMir.r M
Pates; chairman of 'l.e Jltii
committee, Miss Pffn M r
of the lecture eomnt'tte
The Pilta Slnii '
dance at the Hot, ! 1
Tuesday night about
Captain and Mi- P '
Mrs. Karl Irish i f ! .
the chnperones Ptirteg
lunch was Fervml at L" n
orchestra furnlHbcii niusi
An order tor I'l.in'.H" uns 01 iv.ino
milk has. been placed in Niw York b
allies, putiMiaie pit--, urn 1 tug tf
I'lllllbl ldue, M is
IiiiIm are entolleil
ijty I Ills .1 'ban
lug to the annual
Th, int.! I iiiunl'i'i 1
Mr la t v , 11 !"l
lucrtahi of i'i'
al I larval 1 1 1