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THE BURLINGTON FKWE JKUSS AND 'J'livms: T11UKSUA, JANUARY 14, 1915.
Hghnm Academy. Hakerstleld. Hollows
rep Aenduny, Fnlrfnx, wus Invited to
liter the contest, but declined. It 1h ex
acted thut there will ho tit least three
izes. The proceeds will go to the St.
Itbana High School Athletic association
ttcr tho prlzo money and expenses nro
ducted. At the close of thn braking
10 St Albans high school will give a re
Ptlon to the students of tho other
iMlss Gertrude lieatrlcn Finn, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. James. Finn of Hraln-
I-d street, and John Benton Hurley of
orth Main Btreet. son of Mrs. Cnth-
lino Hurlev ot Rutland, were married
St Mary's Church Monday morn-
Ik at eight o'clock, the ceremony being
lirformud by the Ilev. I). J. O'Sulltvan.
Ilss llcrmlnlo Roblllnrd, organist, and
Ilss Gertrude l.eahy, violinist, played
o wedding mnreh. The lulde worn a
tavellng suit of blue She was attended
' her ulster. Miss Mildred Finn, as
I aid of honor, and thn groom's attend
it was William Hurlhut of this city.
It tho close of the ceremony breakfast
as served at tho home of the bride's
Iirents, only Immedlatn relatives holm?
esent. The bride receive! n largo
limber of handsome gifts. Mr. and Mrs.
luiicy will reside nt 12 Messenger street
their return from a brief wedding
IN'ews ha been received of the birth
a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Jitten of Sutton, I. Q., Sunilay evening.
Irs. Patten was foitnerly Miss Mabel
awford of this city.
iFivditlck 13. Tierce and 11. N. Bat-
elder have purchased of W. It. Ittil
rt the hitter's general mcruhnndlsci
lislness nt the Pay and took pnsscs-
n Monoav Mr. Tierce recently ro-
linod to St Albans from New Smyrna,
fa , where he has been chief clerk to
le division superintendent of the Flor-
I3ast Toast railroad.
IA inciting of the lodges of the sov-
bth illstrlit Tree and Accepted Ma
ins, will Ijl held In this city January
rlarcn e 1-3. Sawyer lias come to this
from Burlington Mr. Sawyer Is
' ist of the customs officials trims-
I ric 1 to the new headquarters of the
nsolldated customs district of Vcr-
Innt to arrive hero from Burlington.
William I. Wright, a conductor on the
ntral Vermont railway, who has been
iderglng treatment at the Ileaton hos-
Itill, Montpeller, for four weeks for n-
If froni Injuries suffered while nt fins-
i, bus returned to this city.
Il'lie stockholders of the Woldon Na
Mi.'il mill- met at the banking house
Kingman street Tuesday morning
Id elected the following directors for
year ensuing IC-Governor K. ''.
Inlth, W H. Fonda, i:. A. Chittenden.
Ihn I Rich, S K Itoyec, .1. Gregory
Inlth and AVIllIam F. Cunningham. Tho
rectors organlzid with the election ot
following officers. Clialriiiiir, n. C.
Inlth, president .1. Gregory Smith; 1ce-
lesldents, W P Fonda and K. A, Chlt-
Irhe nnnual meeting of the stnckhold-
of the Messenger company wns held
liesduy afternoon and the following
rectors were elected: Kx-Oovernor IJ.
Smith, N K J.'Ecuye r, K. A. Chlt-
liden, .1 Gregory Smith and John T.
Iishlng The directors elected tho fol
ding officers President. F.. C. Smith;
Inrral manager and treasurer, N. 13.
llCeuyer; executive committee, F.. C.
Iiith, N. 13 IKcuyer and J. Gregory
rile burial of Wlllard M. Pierce of Bos-
whoso remains were brought to this
ly Monday evening and taken to St.
Ilke's Church, took place Tuesda v
lirnlng Immediately after the arrival of
iln No. 0 from the south at 11 "'!" I
liock The committal service was con- I
Icted h the rector, the Rev. Geoige
Smith The bearers were nr. W. J.
Iiton, Sheridan 1-3. Perkins and "Weal
Three of til's cltv and John Rushlnw
H irllngton. Among relatives pros
it from out of town were two sisters.
1 Vc'llo Knickerbocker and Mr'.
Ihn K'i.-hU) or Burlington, and a
phew Hi rn ann Knickerbocker of Tlur-
Igtnn Mr. Knickerbocker accompanied
rema'ns from Boston. Reside tho
Iters, Mr Pierce Is survived by his
Ife, his mother, Mrs. Sarah A. Tierce
Buri'ngton, and one brother, Charles
Pkrc( of liurllngton. Mr. Pierce's
ther WiUard Tierce, who died In 1W,
s a pinnlnent hotel man In thU cltv
manj v a'- , fonduetlng the St. Al-
Ins House . i which ho was owner.
Ilnnlel J M r ian has gone to Trank-
Mass., to inter Dean Academy.
Vbout C out - women were entertnin
at the hoinr of Mrs. Charles Turcot I
Kim street Tncd,iv evening nt a mls-
llaneons showei g'ven in honor of JINs
lima Gregolrr "f r.ake f.treet. who Is
I be married .lanuaiy 1 to Fiank Hope,
freshments were served.
3mlle Brook ' f Itumnev. X. TI.. in
lira old, who was arrested in the act
robbing the refrigerator nt the Soon-
Ilouse last Saturday night, was given
freedom nfter being nuestlnned by
lite s Attorney C, F. I.add.
lllst- Kllznbeth "Walker has gone to
Irth Htro to net as court reporter at
January term of Grand Isle county
kt the meeting of St. Charles of the
lreil Heart Court. No. VC, Woman's
Itbol Order of Foresters, Mondav
nliiK th following offlenrs were In-
llk'd Chief ranger. Mrs. Arcade
lni.v 1 e-chief ranger, Mrs. J. A. Jar-
flnatv lal secretary. Miss Josephine
lyo recording sccrotnry, Mrs. Alfred
Ubonif treasurer, Mrs. William Thi
rd! first conductress, Mrs. George
Ivls second conductress, Mrs. Joseph
lcy, first trustee, Mrs. Frank Char-
second trustee, Mrs. Fred Chnrron;
Ird trustee Mrs. Alfred Tl. Mamuette;
litlnels, rrH. Joseph C. Gilbert. Mrs.
Gaudreau auditors, Mrs. George
Ivis Mrs Fiank Charron and Mrs.
It tho regiilar meeting of Lakeside
nine, No. "if. Patrons of Husbandry,
tho town hall at thn Bay Monday
nine the following officers were In-
lllcd by Statu Master Willis N. Cady
Mlddlebury, assisted by Mrs. II. J.
Hght of St Alhan: Master, P3. H.
ooks; overseer, J W. .Morrill; lec-
ler, Mrs. K n uroous; steward, S,
Haznlton, assistant stoward, II. D.
Iscom, cnnpinin, .Mrs. u, n. Perclvnl;
Iretnrv, Miss Jessie U D. Porclvnl;
lasurer, A. P homo; gatekeeper, Roy
Iswold, Ceres. Mrs. J. W. Mori 111;
nona, Mrs. G W. Cleveland; Flora,
sb Tithel Huuon; inny nsfistnnt. Mrs.
J B.vwom. It was voted to meet the
lond and fourth Monday evenings of
111 month Instead of the first and third
U tho nnnual meeting of the stoek-
Iders of tho Franklin County Savings
Ink A- Trust company, held nt tho
liking hnnsM on North Vhln street
lesday afternoon, the following direc
ts were re-elected for the year ensuing:
13. Schon Nelson Goodnpepd, U J
Irton, W T Merrltt, Illram n, Weeks,
rsce M. Wells, John n. Wlllson. Thn
l-octors re-elected the following of-
i-r.v Tresldent, C. 1-3. Hchoff: vice-
I trident. Nelson Gnodspeed; treasuror,
Iron Wesson, nsHlstnnt treasurer,
fford " Thnip, secretary John It
At thn nnnual meeting of thn Owl club
held at the club hollsii Tuesday
evening the lollowlng olllccri) were
elected: President, M. H. O'llcare;
vlco-ircsldcnt, N. N. Atwood; sec
letary and treasurer, J. ,. Safford. Iac
S. Tlllotson, F. M. Spauldlng, Charles 1-3,
Tell, J. A. Coleman and llnrold 11. Ch.nl- ,
wick were elected to tho board of dlrec- I
tors for a term of threo years. Preceding
tho meeting a supper was served by tho I
women of tho Baptist Church.
Tho third club party tor this season
was held at tho Tuquiilumgii club Fri
day evening with 11. J. Sunderlnnd as
chairman, assisted by I,. A. l.npollcr, JO.
It. Uipe, b'. G. Sheldon, John Wibborly,
I. eioy Harrington, S. U. AJurtln, J. W.
Jlurlbut, J. I'. Rich, W. G. Carman, C.
K. Prouty and Oeorgn Juott. Thoro
was whlsl, dancing and refreshments.
A ii.'igeant drama called the 'Court of
l'anio" will be presented at liullard'H
hall January 2'.' and 23, under the auspices
of the King's Daughters for the benefit
of tho library building fund. The cast
Is local, with Miss Harris of Weymouth.
Mass.. as director. A daiiKhter wns
born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. JmNon
Hllllkcr. The ice houses nro all filled.
The body ot Mrs. A. D. Wright, who
lived on tho Hlghgnto road, was burled
In lilverslde cemetery Friday aft' t noon.
A. J. Croft of Hnosburg Falls, county
llsh and game warden, .nade. a tour of
Inspection over the Mlsslsipioi niarsl ea
last week iiecompnnied by Deputy
Warden Jsiirgent of lllghgate Springs, It
having been repotted that the niuskrat
houses wetc being broken Into by
hunters. Many of the int homes wore
visited, but no evidence wns found of
Illegal work. Skins are the lowest this
season that they have been for years,
one ttnpper selling, It Is said, 100 skins
at 1ft cents each. Hat skins havo been
selling for .everal years for 2," to o cents
Mrs. Abblc Tuller Marvin, wife .if
Thomas H. Marvin, died nt Arlington,
N. J., January 2, after a few days Illness
with peritonitis. She Mas born in Swim
tun in 1W, the daughter of Illram and
Sophia Ilollenbecl: Tuller. In ISIS fhu
married Thomas II. Marvin, who for a
time was a merchant In St. Albans. She
Is survived by an invalid husband and
by her daughter. Mls-s Beith.i. Mrs.
Bertha Tuller Stllphen or Swanton i.s a
sister. There lire live nephews, C. M.,
II. C ,'iin1 G. F. Stilphon and K. A. Tuller
of Swanton and Howard Toiler of llrook
I.mi. The burial wns at Arlington.
For the purpose of abating taxes the
board of civil authority will meet at the
tmvn clerkV olllcc the afternoon of Jan
uary IC Mrs. Archie McDonald
dinl Sunday morninq after a long
illness. She was born In West Sbefford,
'Jue., 72 yeais ago. Ibr husband was a
long time employe of the Canadian Ta
eifir railroad at I'arnham, tho fnmlly
moving to Swanton when his health fail
ed. He died four years ago. II. Living
ston of tlili place Is a brother. Colhittn
Iivingston or Bellows Falls Is another
brother, and a slater resides nt Chester
Depot. Tho f uncial was held at Holy
Trinity Church Wednesday afternoon at
The girls of tho senior class gave a
covered dish puity in the high .school
room Tuiisday evening, IT, outside guests
being Invited, making ,ln in all. After
the spread tlielo was dancing and sing
ing. The first meeting of those who are
to take pan In tin' entei taltmcnt, "The
Hall of Fame." which is to le brought
out for tho benefit of the library build
ing fund January 2J was held at the
home of M's. C. A. Webster last even
ing. Mrs. O. D. Mason and daughter,
former residents of Swanton. started for
Detroit. Mich.. Tuesday evening. They
had been here for a few days. They were
called Fast by the recent death of
Dwlgbt Mason eif Montpeller. Tin re
was a largely attended card paity at
olnmbi.i hall last cv ning. Labor Is
well employed here, all manufacturing
plants running with full force Teaming
is light owing to lack of sleighing
G. Boce Kenrield Is 111 with tonsllltis.
Mrs. Uobi rt MeBiide. who has been epilto
ill, Ik better.
The Woman's Homo Missionary society
of tho Methodist Kplsclsopal Church
met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. II.
It. Bellows. Mrs. 13mma Vincent ppeui.
the week-end In Kssex Junction. Miss
Grace potter Is In St. Albans, the guest
eif Mrs. Walter Seymour and Harrison
Totter. Mrs. 13. S. Cbarnbcrlln and Mrs.
M. S. Forsyth, who have been confiied
to the lious,, by illness, an able to be
out again. Mrs. F. Daniels lb spending
a few days In RurllmUnii. I. 11. Shield
Is using crutches because of an Injured
knee. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Irish nun
two daughters of AW.atfeird were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butler January 10.
The ladles of the Baptist Church will
serve a supper In tho vestry of their
church next Tuesday evening from !i:3i
to S o'clock. Mr. Clark of North Troy
will have charge of the creamery for a
month, giving 'Mr. Connors a much-needed
rest. I!eglnnhl Butler started Tuesday
morning for Mlddleboro, Mass., where ho
will reside with bis father. Mr. Connors,
A. N. Southnid. and It It. Southard were
In Burlington 'Wednesday to attend the
dairymen's meeting. Mrs. 11. I!. Bellows
Is pas-dug a few days in Moiitnoller.
The sophomore rhiss of Bellows Freei
'Academy are to give a piny, "Lost A
Chaperon," next Wednesday evening
Mrs. D. Church or Cambridge Is visiting
her sister. Mrs. II. o. WllUlns.
C. M. Riiblen was In St. Albans Wednesday.-
iJiMon Cassldy, who was operated
on for appendicitis in the St. Albans hos
pital last week, i.s doing as well as could
be expected. Several of the farmers In
thlb section nre attending the larmcts'
meeting in Burlington this week. The
monthly meeting of the Ladles' Aid hi.
cicty was held In the Congregational
Church parlors Tuesday afternoon. Dr.
H. S. Hatch has gone to New York city,
whero he has a position In ono of the hos
tiltals there Mr. nnd Mrs. Krnest Mur
ray were In St. Albans Monday. Service
will bo held In Calvary Church at 2:30 p.
Gooigo W. Bowen Is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Bowen, In
Newark Valley, N. V. The officers of
Court Wewt Berkshire, No. STCO, were In
stalled Monday evening by G II. Ander
son, S. C. R of Franklin, S W. Arni-t-trong,
P. S. C. ., of ltlchford, and W.
II. Yaw, S. D. eif Dnosbuig Falls. A
shoit lltctary program was given follow
ed by an oybter hiipper. -C. D, Phelps,
proprietor of the West Berkshire cream
ery, Is attending the Dairymen's meeting
Howard Demur bioke his arm at ltlch
ford whllo skating on tho mill pond.
Louis Leavens of Cumbildgo wuh In town
Tuesday Mr. nnd Mr.. Mark Dufeny
have niturniil from St. AlUuns Miss
Love Stetson and Jiuuph Stetson wen; in
Burlington Mondav to vlbit their mother,
Iwhu Is In t v Marl I'letthei hlapllal, -
Mrs. Ilnrrls Shoner of Burlington Is vis-
Itlng nt the home of her mother, Mrs.
l.llllan Thompson. -George Iiowcn Is vis-
King his fathor, O. XV. Bowcn of Newark,
A'alley, N. Y.--Mlss Floni Jftitio passed
tho week-end with her parents, Mr, and
.Mrs. A. M. Jenne.
Mrs. Marvin Webster wns called to Sut
ton Junction, Quo., Saturday ewlm? to
tho serious Illness of her father. D. C.
l.eavltt baa moved te Orleans, whero lin
has chnrgp of a vencor fnctory. Joseph
j Fountain has movnl Into tho house va
cated by I), C. Lravltt on River street.
I P. II. Coleman was In St. Albans Mon
day on business. Hen rings are being
held at tho town elclli's office before
If. II. Marcy. Justice of peace, In tho
matter or tho contested question ns to
who nro school directors. P. It. Coleman
represents tho complainants nnd J. W.
Itedmond of Newport tho defendants.
Walter Ioiikc nnd Miss Marie Bruntnn
were married Monday by tin, Rev. J. A.
Cote.-Mrs. 13. P. Wrlgiit Is visiting In
Wnterbury nnd Vergcnnes this week..
The dwelling hous.i In Fnlrllcld em thn
farm of J. H. Itooney or this city was
burned Saturday at midnight, with a loss
or abend $t,iHi, which Is partially covered
by Insurance. A shed attached to tho
bouse burned nlso. Tho utile of the
bouse and the shed contained fnrmlng
tools nnd sugar utensils nnd all were
binned. Most of the house furnishings
were saved. A temporary houso will bo
erected and Mr. Itooney expects to rebuild
in the spring. Tho origin of the tiro Is
Tho regular meeting or Banner Grango
will be held rriday evening. Tlaru will
he a program consisting of recitations
and music. Miss Mnrguerlto Bliss leaves
Thursday to become a nuise In the hos
pital at Grasmore, N. H. Tho Baptist
Foclcty will hnve Its annual oyster sup
per l'rldnv evening, January 22. There
will bo a program and It la hoped there
will be a large attendance..
Mary Denault of Burlington is
at thn homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Hi nonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. O.scar
McGregor hnve gone to Lowell, where
they will visit among relatives for a few
weeks. Nearly W.OoO cakes of ice wero
Moreel during the past two weeks In tho
new Ico house of the ltlchford Ice Com
pany. Carrol Meicy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Mercy, who wns Injured while
"ousting four weeks ngo, has returned
from thn Fanny Allen hospital much Im
proved In health. The condition of Mrs.
R. M. Pelton, who Is In the Hny.il Vic
toria hospital, Montreal, Is leiHirti'U to
be as geieid as could be expected.
The faintly of Dennis Dolan on School
street has been 111 with ptom.ilnie poison
ing, supposed to have been i used by
eating sausage. A young child still con
tlnuen very III. Mrs. John LeClalr of
West ICnosbmg went to Hs.nrx Junrtlon
Friday to visit her daughter, Miss Nellie
LeClalr. head operator in thn telephone
ofrico there. Fiank A. Souln of ltlch
ford was in town Friday. A child wns
born to Mr. and Mrs. 13. 1-3. Stanley Fri
day. J he condition of Hie mother is very
critical. Luwis Lanibeit, who with 3Jrs
Lambert, is nt the home of their daugh
ter. Mrs. Ge-otKe Johnson, In St. Albans,
returned to that city Friday evening
nfter a few days at tho homo in West
Mrs. Melton .1. Lynch and daughter.
Miss Mae Lynch, of ltlchford wcte
guests at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs
Hyrnn C. Kendall.
W. H. Yaw spent Sunday with the fam
ily ot O.wnr Leach In Berkshire. Mr. and
Mrs. II. C. Comings of ICast lb rksblre
sport Sunday nt the home of M. P. IVt
leyMts. ('. H. Welch of this place, Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Towle and Mr. and Mrs.
Guy 13. Towle of South Franklin and
Mr.-. Allen Dm per of North Sheldon
were in St. Albans Friday to attend tho
funeral or Mrs Lucia Bowman Wilder.
The Musical club of the University of
Vermont will give a concert at the opera
hall l'rldny evening. W. II. Yaw went
Tuw-day to Hartfoid. Conn., for a sev
eral weeks' visit with his son, Burton
Yaw. ICrnest L. Gross died Monday
morning at 11 o'clock of chronic Blight's
disease, aged I' years. The funeral was
held at the houso yesterday afternoon at
1 :;', the Rev. 13. W. Buffer ufllelatlng.
Burial was In 'Mlsslseiuol cemeter..
Tlu- body of Henry B. Casey, aged ,11
years, was brought tei this place Monday
night from Canaan. N. H., where he had
lived for 2." years. Tho funeral was held
here Tuesday afternoon, with burial In
Bakerslleld. Mr. Casey lived for several
years with the family of Fred Splcer of
tills town. J. K. Montague, Mnrshall
Hubbell and William Hill went to Bur
lington Tmsday to attend the meeting
of the Vermont Dvlrymen's association.
A daughter, born Friday afternoon to
Mr. and Mrs. 13. 13. Stanley, lived but a
day. The burial was made Sunday In the
Main Street cemetery, the Rev. Mr. Gar
Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Shangraw of .Mont
gomery i enter spent Sunday at thu home
of Mrs. Shangraw's sister, Mrs. Hotutlo
Jewett. Mrs. I31mira Auger of Magog,
Que., who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. John Iiushfejrd, has returned to
Montgomery Village with her brother,
1311 Shangraw. Gladys Bombard has re
turned honin after a few days at
Lewis Rushford's. Mr, and Mrs. W. J.
Ariel of Montgomery Village spent Sun
day with Mr. Ariel's parents, Mr, and
Mrs. John Ariel. Dr. larsson Is spend
ing a few days in Montpeller.
Hurl Ayer of St. George, bon-ln-law of
F. M. Hubbard, has bought a farm of
225 acres with btock and tools In WIIIIs
ton A daughter, Nathalie Christine, wa
born January S to Mr. and Mrs. Judson
II. HIIUKer of Swanton, a granddaugh
ter of Mrs. A. T. Roycn of this place.
I. II. Donaldson has returned to
Grand Isle nfter visiting his t-lster, Mrs.
A. K. Honslnger. Tho funeral of Mis.
A. D, Wilder was held at tho home In
the Jnelisnu district Friday aftornoon at
one o'clock, thn Itnv. 11. L Thornton,
pastor of th Fnlvoisallst Church nt Rt.
Albans, conducting tho i-ervlces. There
wan no singing. The bearers wero thn
tons, Frank B. anil Henry H. Wilder,
and two nephews, Guy 13, and William
II. Towle. Lucia Bowman was born 71
years ngo last October, and was mar
ried to Alanson U Wilder 4S years ago,
nil but about two of these married years
being passed on the farm, whero she
died. Five children wern born of till
union: Daniel It., who died In 1PM. Miss
Addle 13. nnd Frank Bowman of tho
Jackson district, Miss Cnilln 13.. who
died In I'.ifS, and Henry II. i of Westlleld,
Mass. A.rlib- from hnr husband, two
sons nnd one ilaushter, Mrs. Wilder H
Mirvlvisl by threm grandchildren, Miss
Lucia Mav Wilder of the Burlington
Business Collogn, daughter uf Dnnld R ,
and Miirioiie W and Daniel II, children
,,r i.Vu.iU " VUlder Mr" Wilder had
'"'en 111 with a light attack of pnou-
mnnla for ten tlnys. and wits considered
Improved ivhen acute Brlght'o tllwuse
developed, which uiuse.1 her death Jan-
t""rj , In less than 21 hours. Tho burial
"'!L tho f'""'1!' ,ot In Itlverslilo ceme
tery at Swanton. Among tiioac. present
from away not previously mentioned
wero Miss I.ucia Mny wiiucr and Dr.
Henry L. Wilder of Burlington, Mrs.
Allen Draper of North Sheldon, C. II.
Welch of ICtiosburg Fall-, Mrs. Guy F3.
Towle and Mrs. William II. Towle of
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Wilder,
Mrs, Mnttle Itlchnrd and George H.
Towle of Franklin Center. Mrs. Lena
Brill Graves, formerly of this place, hut
for several years ot St. Albans, and Wil
liam Perry F.Irnd of St. Albans were
married January Mr. and Mrs, IClrod
left town on the evening train for n tni
ot several weeks to the Tacltlc const and
after March 1 will be at home to their
friends at !1 Messenger street, St. Albans.
A&el W. Hnnslnger of Jay camo Mon
day for a stay of several weeks at the
homn of his aunt, Mrs. A. K. 1lonliiger.
Mr. and Mrr T. Labell have gone to
Qucehee, where they have employment.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Medall of Swanton aro
visiting her pnrent. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Voung.-It. C. Ovltt Is 111.- Mrs, w.
M. Naratnore. who has been seriously 111
with rheumatism for several weeks, Is
slightly Improved A trained nurse Is at
F.dgnr Sliepardson of Fairfax has
purchased the Charles Parsons farm.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. D. Kills of Bakers
field were visitors In town Tuesday.
Ieon Boozan Is suffering with an ab
scess In his head. Mr. and M-s. Myron
Leach of Cambridge Junction visited In
sumo isle com
The luamatle . lull 1 having rchear.-als
every other evening for the play, Willow -dale.-
Arthur Tudhope I.s 111 with chicken
pox. At the annual meeting of tho
Ladles' Aid society, Mrs. Anna Mlnckler
was olextcd pi esldont. Quito n number
from hero attended tho funeral of O. P.
Knight Tuesdn .- Carroll Mnrotnber went
to the hospital Wednesday for an opera
The condition of Myra Valley, who un
derwent an operation for appendicitis at
the Fanny Albn hospital last Saturday.
I.s as favorable as could Im expected. -Mrs.
Ralph Howard ban returned from
a twei weeks' visit In Dubuque, town.
Mrs A L. Williams has. returned from
a two weeks' visit in Ogdensburk, N Y
The Misses Ada and Lillian Cheeseman
are visiting friends In Isle La Motte.
ISLE LA MOTTE.
Ilenrj Jarvls ha-s Just i
a week's vltlt In New York,
Nenv Jersey. Warren Simonds has re
turned from New York, where he has
been spending a month. A daughter wns
born to Mr. and Mrs. W. It Kollcy of
Rouses Point. Mrs. Kelle-y will bo re
membered as Miss Ida Jarvls. Wyman
Ilolcomb has gone to Burlington. A mas.
Milliard went to Bouses Point Monday
to spend Kweral days among friends.
Georgo Hemarse has a peisitlon at White
hall repairing canal boats. Miss Maitlia
Tulip of Chazy, N. Y., spent Sunday
with her sister, Mrs. Henry Jarvls.
ml Mrs. Oui-tiii K Smith went Sut-ni'-inhig
to Wntervllle, called on
of the Illness of tho former .s
Mrs. Cordelia Smith. Mrs. Ralph
Barrows went to Johnson to uccompanv
home her little daughter. Rnmona, who
with Mis. L. C. Tlllotson had visit-d the
hitter's mother, Mrs. Smith, nnd sl-der
Mrs. W. T. Smllie, in Wntervllle. Mrs.
Mnry I'arnham and daughter, Miss Iirls
of Bath, N. II., came Friday evening
for an extended stay with her nged par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Young. Mrs
S. M. Gamblln returned Friday evening
from a visit In Chatenugay, N. Y., with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Seabury.
Mrs. Arthur Wheeler and daughter, Mrs.
Marion Benson Wheeler, and Mis. A. D.
Lang of Stowe went Friday evening to
Hardwick, having b--n called there 'in
account or the illness of the ladles' fa
ther, Nathan Leach at the home of his
.-on, Carroll Leach. Harold Dodge went
to Burlington Saturday, remaining over
Sunday. Lukn Fleming went Saturtay to
St. Albans. .Mis. Adelbert Warren and
noil of Hardwick came Saturday for a
visit with the former's brother and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward, and mother,
Mrs. Hobnrt Ftllsoin. Mark Smith is get
ting out lumber and taking It to the John
Vide farm, formerly known as the "Jut"
Hubbell farm, which ho nently pur
chased. In the sluing bo will erect a Sox
C foot barn, a 100-foot shed for tools, nnd
make alterations In the present barn,
changing the cow stable from thn barn
lloor to the basement. Mrs. A J. Valleau
spent Saturday In Wolcott with her par
ents, Mr and Mrs. S. A. Fife
13. R. Braekett of Boston spent Sunday
with his father, P. R. Braekett George
Cook of Hardwick spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Small, Joining Mrs.
Cook in a visit with her rister nnd hus
band. Fred Teck, win) I.s engaged In tho
lumber business at -lay. spent Sunday at
bis home here. James Se-ars was at homo
from Hardwick over Sunday. Mrs. Car
rlo Adams went to Johnson Saturday
evening to nttend tho funeral Sundny ot
her brother-in-law, Daniel Trlncy. Miss
13dlth Splller of St. Jnbnsbury spent Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and llrs. C
A. Splller -Mrs. G. K. Smith visited In
Johnson Mondny. A. W. Walto was In
Burlington Monday. . N. Camp has so
far recovered from n long nnd serious Ill
ness ns to bo ablo to walk a short dis
tance on tho street each day. Mr and
Mrs. O. 1'3. Smith returned from Witter
vllln Saturday evening and reported that
his aged mother, Mrs Cordllla Smith, un
derwent a serious opeiatlon Saturday and
was ns comfortable ns possible, A. L.
Cheney left for Boston Mondny to attend
the annual meeting of the New ICngland
Mnckholders of the Fnlted Drug com
pany. Georgo A. Morse wns a business
vlbltor in Hardwick Monday
Ah a result of a contest which has been
running for the past year among all tho
granges In the State of Vermont, for thu
largest number or points gained in the
programs rendered nt their meetings, Mr.s.
A. V. Hollls, lecturer for Lamoille Grunge,
No. za, received Wednesday from Stato
Lecturer 13. II. llallett of St. Johnsbury
Center, n $10 gold pleco as Ilret prlzo In
the contest. L. C. Ilmmons has wild his
moving plcturi theatre business-, which he
hns conducted for live years past, to W.
M. Johnson of Albany, who hu Imuiedl-
ato posscsMon. -Mr. Lnununs still owns
the building. Mrs. Jnuo Graves hns re
turned from White Ulver Junction, whero
she has been since Thanksgiving with her
daughter nnd husband. Mr nnd Mrs, C.
W Suwycr Mis uguata Hill hau ro
turned film Crntlsbiiry, where she has
been for 30 days past eating for her sis
ter, 'Mrs. Susan Wyley. IC. XV Gates re.
turned Wednesda ftom Galesbuty, 111.,
where he has visited his father, Smith
Gales. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith, George
H. Terrill and C. J. Story went to Bur
lington Wednesday to attend the State
dairymen's meeting. Mrs. Alice Iteed
and Mrs. Helen Siinw spent Wednesday
nt Hyde Park, the gucM.s of Mrs. F.lllo
Putnam. Mis. Lama Titus of llarwiek
wns a guest Tuesday night of Mr. and
Mrs. t). XV. Donaldson. Mi . and Mrs. J.
H. Atchison went to Burlington Tuesday
night to nttend the nnnual meeting of tho
State Dairymen's association.
One of the plMisantesl occasions In tho
history of Matislleld Mountain Grange,
No. 271, Patrons of Husbandry, ivm the
nil-day .se-silon Saturday. A short busi
ness session was held In the morning.
The ladles of the Grange served dinner
to nnont !i people, among them about
members of tho Wnterbury Center
Grange and several from the Moriisvllln
Grange, who weiro guest- of Mnnsneld
Mountain Grange for the dny. The aft
ernoon session wns called
to order by
nmi ihn fni-
tho master, II. IC. Straw.
lowing officers were Installed for tho
ensuing year, George W. Chapln being
the Installing offle or, assisted by Mrs.
Chnpln: Master, Geoige M. Town;
overseer, Herbert G Fuller; lecturer,
Mrs. Maudo Campbell; steward, Hernion
A. Parsons; nAMstant steward, dirrnn
13. Bellows; treasurer, R. S. Warren",
sccrotnry. Albert R. Straw: gate-kee.per,
John Latrich: Ceres, Mrs. Je)e F.
Town: Pomona, Mrs. Fmma Latrich:
Flora, Mrs. Ixulse Fuller: lady assistant
s toward, Mrs. Dora Fridy. Miss Mar
Jorle Wntts acted as organist. A short
program under tho direction of the lec
turer Includeel songs by the choir: a
whistling solo by Mrs, Demmle 30em
erett: an address of welcome bv the mas-
ter: response by Mnsttir Parker of the
Wnterbury Center, and Past Masiter
Mudgett of tho Morrlsvlllo Oranges: re-j lecture on "India s Millions' i the run
citation. Miss Hvn Mngoon: leading. gri'gntloual Church Saturday night and
Mrs. Ioillse Fuller; n Bellamy quadrille, spoke from the pulpit of the f-airr (hurch
carried out bv Mrs. 13ddv. Mrs. Fmma ;
nu.Lw, .wrs. airie niayton, .Mrs. .name
Butts, Mrs. Sadie Butts, ,Mn-. George
West. Mrs. Delia Tomllnson and Miss
Ida Cnshy; a solo by Miss Crosby; solo,
Miss Wntts: roll-call, "What Is the Most
Important Work ot the Grange'"' Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. Burt and little daughter
Helen leturne'd Friday from an extended
tour In the South nnd West. Miss Delma
Webster of Swanton Is visiting the
Misses Marjorle and Rebecca Burt. A. I Mrs. D. e Smith
J. Dillingham of Springfield, Mass., Isidnughtor, Mis. W.
pasting n lew ilnys In Stowe. where he
was formerly a resident.
About ?.0 members of tile I'nlty Church
association were present at the annual
church dinner stvuI at the cliiirn
Thursday. At the bu-lness meeting In
the afternoon the epulis of the se-cre-l,i
ry and tieasiir-r were rend. It was
voted to send the thanks of lie society
to .Mrs. O. W. Butler of Washington, D.
V., for her generous gift toward th.. palut-
",K cnuicn exterior, i iiani;.- wero
i .ii.-i Mtirii hi i-. u. i ii,i' i-ir ins v.otk in
I raising the money for the painting of the
church and In uverfeelng the carrying
out of the same. A unanimous vote wns
I given toask thn Rov. F. T. Crane to se rve
'as pastor for another year. Mr. Crane
Islgnllled his acceptance of the invlttntlou.
The following officers were dieted: Trcsi-
dent. T. D. like; secretary, II. 1-3. Stray;
treamrcr, Mrs. .Mary A. Jenny; trustees,
M. C. l.ovejoy, II. W. Barrows, L. L.
Harris; palish committee, Miss Clan
Barrows, Mrs. Lucy Sciibner, Miss Nellie
Sargent. Mrs. Dora F.ddy, Miss Ida Har
ris. L. H. Straw; music committee, Mrs.
II W. Barrows, Mrs. T. A. Douglass,
Miss Ruth MoMahon, the Itev. F. T.
Crane; ushers, L. H. Straw. 13. c. Sciib
ner; membership committee, Mrs F. T
Crane, K C. Scrlbner; literary committee,
tho Rev. T. Cram-, Mrs M. A. Jcnny;
social committee. Mrs .Jul) i A. Onk'-t,
, C. Scrlbner. At the annual niee'
the Fnitv Church Li. lies' AM su
ch ty Thursday afternoon the following
ollieers were elected: Directors'. Mrs.
Mary Smith. Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs.
Dora 1'ddy, Mis. Annie Harris: secre
tary. Mrs. Nellie Bashaw; nsslstnnt see
ietary, Mi Mnry Itnssell: treasurer.
Mrs. Mary Jenny.
Trin. W. .1. English of Stowe high
school gave an Interesting address at thu
Congregational Church Sunday evening
upon "Kducatlon It History and Rela
tion to Life." Several selections wern
sung bv a quartet, II. W. Burnhani,
!. A. liurnhain, A. 11. Cheney and C. A.
Riley. There was a large attendnnce.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cniter hnve return
ed from a few days' visit In Woodsvllle,
N. H. Mrs. Lorotta Parsons has re
turned from a visit In Fletcher. Sin
was accompanied home by her brother.
C. II. Scott, of that place Mrs. I3dwln
Magoon, who hat bee-n 111 for seveial
weeks. Is gaining slowly. Mrs. Aurora
Adams has returned from Wnterbury and
Is caring for her daughter, Mrs. II. A.
Cleveland, who Is 111. At the annual
meeting of the Methodist F.plscopal Sun-
dny school Sunday afternoon the follow-
Ing officers were e lected: Superintend-
cut. W It. Collins; nsMstant superintend-
i-nt, Howard llavnn; secietaiy nnu
treasurer, Miss Hnzel Adams; nsslstnnt,
Miss Amy Adams. The following teach
ers have plislgcd their support: Miss
Marlorie Watts, Miss Hazel Adams, Miss
I3lsle Alger. Mt. W. P.. Collins and Hoy
L. Plonf Remarks were made during
the meeting by W. R. Collins, Miss
Watt-, the Uov. William Hendry, O. A.
Barrows and others. Graded lessons
hnvn been adopted In the first three
grades. A special meeting of officers and
teachers was called for Friday evening
nt eight e'clock. There will bo a so-ial
at the I'nlty Church parsonnRe Fn-lay
A Catholic survtcn will bo held at tho
Akeley Memorial building nt ":lf o'clock
Sunday morning. A basketball game
will bn played at the town hall between
tho Stowe high school and ttm People's
Academy teams Friday evening. At the
close of tho game music will be furnished
by tho Peerless orchestra for n danco
ut tho Akdo.v ..-innilal building Wil
liam Hosmer Is nt the Funny Allen hos
pital, where he will undergo an opera
tion for lui'iila Thursday. Ills mother,
Mrs. C. II. llosmc-r, went to Wlnooskl
Wednesday to bo with him. The mid
month meeting ot II. II. Smith Women's
Belief Coips will bo held at the Akeley
M -mortal building Thursday afternoon.
Albert Itaymond returned Wednesday
to Mlildlctown Springs after ten riayb in
Stowe. The Itev. F. T. Crane, who at
tended a meeting of liberal Christian
ministers of Vermont nnd the Province
of Quebec In Barm Monday and Tues
day, wns tho guest of Mrs. Battle Walto
and her sister, Mrs. Angle Jones, of
Bane, hut formeily of Stowe. Falwln
Hall Is recovering slowiv from an III
iii si of several weeks Mis. A. D. Lang
leturned Tuesday from llaidwick. where
biio was called bj Hi-' Illness of her
father, Nathan Leach Mr. Leach Is
thought to be Impi oving. Messrs. Cl-np-man
nnd BU-iow, of the linn of Bryant
.1 Chapman of Hartford, Conn., were In
Stnwo Tuesday. Miss Harriet Adams
went Mondny to Nin th Troy to visit In r
sister, Mis 1! II Uutt-'lilcld Mis .1
F Cars who Is rei - rlnu mowIj from
mi Illness, Is able to be about the house
Mrs. Dolores Russell, who spent n iwirt
of last summer lien- with her sister,
Mrs I. L. Chamberlain, and other friends,
bad a nairow ienpe fioin lire on the
lllght eif December 22 When she and her
son, Iinlph, were roused by smoke In
their npartnient In a block In Bralnerd,
Minn. The lire had started In thn base
ment and had obtained such hendwny
that Mrs. Russell and her son wero ablo
only to put on shoes nnd coats over their
night clothes, other residents being ;
obliged to leavo barefooted. Mrs. Bus
Hell's son, John, nnd fnmlly lived In the
same block nnd lost nil they had.
Walter Mngoon visited Charb s C. Gain
In liurllngton Wediiesila v. 1 Hvlght Ayeis
and B. C. Bull are attending I lie. meet
ing of tho Dairymen's assoclntlon In
The funeral of Daniel Prime, who died
Friday. wa- held Sunday nt the home
of bis son-in-law. Fred Putnam, the Pev
F. XV. llazeti of tho Congregational
Church officiating. The bearers vveie bis
son, Myron, nnd three sons-in-law. Mr.
Prlnco was in his SBth year. He servisi
inuring mo war in company i. oi me tn
Vermont regiment and spent n year in
l.ibby prison. The Old Brigade Post, of
which he wns a member, conducted the
last rites at the grave. The house was
filled, many old comrades and sons of
veterans being present. John Hill return
ed from Antrim, N. II . Saturday.
Thomas Jacobs hn,s sold his place on
French Till 1 to Horn.cn Fonve.-u, poscm
slnn will hi, given March 1. Mr. n.i'
Mrs. Hairy Lelghton spent Saturday .
Snndny with Mrs. L'ighton's parents
North Wolcott, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben.lam
Fuller. The Ways and Means soclel
gave a supper nt thn Congregational
Church Friday, l'" being present Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jose-pU West were enlled to
I Hyde Park Sunday by the serious Illness
jnr Hlfton Hood, Mrs. West's brother-in
-Mohammad All of the l-3.iFtern-13ni-
Lyceum Bureau or Boston gavo
The Ri v. .Mr. Wills and Bepr.-s, ntatlve
13. C, Wells were at home, from Muitpeller
over Sunday. .Joseph Bougblett has
moei on to the Mark Stevens McFlroy
rami at the north part or the town.
Augustln Smith and Mrs. Lie Tlllotson or
Morrlsvlllo were called to town Saturday
by the sudden Illness of their mother,
at the home of her
F. Smllie. A success
ful eipcratlon for a hernia w.in perform
ed. At the present time she is getting
along nicely. At the last stated conven
tion or Waterville Lodge No. ".. Knights
or Pythias, tho following officers wetc
sisted by G.
,. L. Laraway. D. G. C, . -
ft. Maurice, Ji. G. p., and F
I"). O. M. A.: c. c, T. .1
C., lnrrold Beard. Prelate,
r. Thomas, M. of XV., B. F. Beard,
of It. and S.. W. T. Smllie, M. of F..
Leonard I.angdell, M. of F... II. A. Jnck
son, M. nt A., G. A. Mann, I. G . F. N.
Stearns, and O. G., B. A. Bnssdl.
Sunday was the "2d birthday of Senator
Page. His homo office and hide lions"
employes remembereel the event by send
ing him a bouquet of 72 rose.s. Captain
Wul to was In Burlington Monday Mrs.
.1. M. Stevens returned from the hospital
Saturday much Improved in health.
Mrs. David Trudo has gone to the 1ms
pitnl for treatment. John Mohammad! of
Lahore, India, lectured in the Congrega
tional Church Sunday evening to n lnr-
I audience. Several from here attend
ed the EOth anniversary of Mt. .SorrW
Masonic leidgc nt 13den Mills Tuesdny
The Ladles' Aid will serve a simper at
thn Congregational Chinch Thursdiy
evening. Extensive repairs ar- b-ing
mndn upon the Interior of the Hyde Park
Inn Miss Alice Fairbanks is ill of scarlet
I fever. A hinging school will l.e held un
jilrr direction of Superintendent Crosby
at the high school Frl-lnv evening Mlas
Maud Darrah spent Sunday nt I., : homo
lluth Belmont, who has been quite ill
with pneumonia, Is Improving. Mr. and
Mrs. Tangle of Stowe aro vlstt'ng nt
Amos Boanlmnn's for n fow days. Henry
King's house caught lire Friday from a
Move. It was discovered before much
headway was gained and soon extinguish
ed. Know Latluer has moved to Ruinney,
N II , where he- has a position. Mrs.
Frank Potter Is III
MM G. Huell of Strafford arrived Satur
day to visit Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Hatch
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs C. 13. Iizell. Miss
Sadlo Flfield. who for a bmg tlmo was an
..tpph,,,! (,, the store of V. A. Grant,
1 m,lrri,,j Saturday afternoon to Harry
.m ,.nt K,j-, who formerly lived 111 Bethel but
' (i ,unv cmved In Massachusetts. The
couplo drovo here Immediately after the
ceremony to escape the shower of con
fetti there, only to enter another more
plenty. They hoarded the northbound
train for a short wedding trip. A com
pany of young people went to Bethel Frl
dav night to play basketball, and al
though they reported a pleasant time, tho
Bethel company carried off the victory.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. L. Patch and Miss Val
entino Packard wen- among the number
i who went down.
Pile dentil of Charles Brlggs occurred
nt an eaily hour Thursday morning. He
at tlrst was attacked by ncuto Indigestion,
which was followed by a trouble of the
heart, wiilch finally grew worse and
pneumonia developed. Mr. Brlggs, who
was nearly M years of age, was the son
of Ezra and Carollno (Rmery) Bilges,
nnd for nearly nil his life had been In
the employ of the Central Vermont rail
road, and wns the freight ngent at this
place for most of the time. Ho was twice
married, his llrst wife having been Sarah
Seyniorc of Randolph, who died in the
childhood of the daughter, Miss Bernlce,
who Is now nri operator In the office
of the Hnndolph Telephone exchange.
For his second wife ho married 13mma
I.ecuyer ot lCnosburg Falls, w'.io only
lived a shoit time. Mr. Brlggs Is sur
vived by a brother, B. C. Brlggs, sta
tion ngent nt Hartford, and by u sister,
Mis. CritIc Williams of Ware, Mass.
The funeral was held at the house Sat
Mrs. II V. Fletcher left Monday for
Lebanon. N. H,, to visit her slater, Mrs.
Miller. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith en
tertained Mrs. Carrie Nichols, district
deputy president, Mrs. Gsrge Smith,
Mr?. Pearsons nnd Mrs. Hcnrv Smith, all
of whom camo rrom Montpeller to nttend
tin- Insinuation of tho officers of th
Odd Fellows and the Bebekah I.odg-s
Mondav evening. Arthur Galaineau, who
has been In Canada for ten days with
his parents, arrived hern Sunday Louis
Tollnrd, who has been In quarantine for
i dlphtheretlc bore throat for a week,
much better and was released fr-un
i untlii- "ll Monday J C 1 ik -i
of Montpeller wns In town Monln
News from Mis. C. J Stoi kwell, ,he
went to Hnncocl; Saturday to see In
father, Mr. Perry, who was critically I
was to the effect that he Was more con -fortnhlo.
Itogc r Moore, who lias n
Willi his grandfather, O. J. Marcott foe
several days, loft for Sharon Mondav -j
Dr. George Spencer of Forest Hi''
i Muss , will bo here about the inldd'r i
the month and will deliver his leriui.
'Mat Wheels.," at thn Methodist Churel
- Mr. and Mrs. Austin Finery havo n
turned to St. Albans. B. O. Ilrlggs te
Hartford and Miss Doris Lattlmer o
Steiekbrldge- after being hero to atten 1
the funeinl or Charles Brlggs
II. P Sanfnrd died Monday afternoon
at a late hour after several months' il1
ni'ss, a part of which ho was able to b.
inbuilt the houi- and rldo short dlalnn- -
For three months he wns confined to to
house nnd much of the time unable t"
move. Ilnzen P. Snnford wis born In
Bethel, the youngest son of Mr and Mrs
Walker Sanford, and his home- was on th.
farm now owned by the famllv .md -icon
pled bv the daut'hters as n summer l orn
, His early life he spent on the farm
! Later he came here and purtiia e-d
place and for years had been a i -l.ir i
resident of the vlllaga. Mr. Sunf-.M ha
reached tho age or 7.1 and through nil thn
time had been a verj aeth.- bu.-in-man.
He wns for years Identified ith b
brother, Arlston Sanronl, nn.l brotlv r-ln
law, Mr. Roblns-m, In the mill whir h h
J sold late r to N. N. Morse A Se-ns It w.i
In that phteei that ho conducted th' l o
, ness nrter the death or his brother II
'home wns for years on Randolph aven ie
'ii the house- now owned by M. 11. Mll'rr
' ' death of his 5lster, tMrs Robli-si.t
d to her place on the same stre '
' had slnco lived and when b
- eiirred. He married Clain Lie'
i. on,; ,c this place, and to them t
'linwhti rs were born, Gmoe now t
wife of John bbott, a prominent Inwy '
"f Winchester, Mnss , nnd Snan. t'
i wife of Charles G. DuBols nr New Yor'
! Mr. Sanford bsd also four grindchllderr
j He was a life-long democrat, and In r 1
Ilous belief a Fnlversallst. Tho f i.ei
, whs held yesterday afternoon, w
I Interment In Southvlow cemetery n
j Nutting of the Center came hore t
I tend the etrt-ulir conference on Tuesda
'at Bethany Church, and In trying to wal
j into the church f.-il. injuring htm so h
I was taken to the sanltnrium by Dr
llnlley Thr. years ngo Dr. Nutting fe
and fractured his hip, hut had rcrovere
so h,. was able to walk without a "anp
Mrs Ile'-ryllolhroolt, who hns "leeri nt t
sanitarium for an operation. vas abi
to leave T,ie--ilav, and went to Bethc
where she Is for thn present stopping wit
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J3. Noble. Mrs Carrl
Nichols, district deputy president of f
I Itebekahs. and Mrs I-3II.1 Smith, d stH
depute marshal, Mrs. Ida Persons pas
.noble grand, and Mrs Kate Smith i
coming noble grand of the Montpp ',
i lodge, came from llontpelier Mondav a
two flr.st named Installed th
i its of Fern Rebekah Lodge that ev
While in town they were entertain
Ihv Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. O
j Gross, district deputy grand pitriar--'
and Elmer R. Clark, district deputy mn
shal, camo from the time place. nn,i
stalled the oflleers of the ITncampmen'
.and 1-3. K. Campbell, district depntv .-ra-'
'marshal or Wnterbury. nnd It J Knowb
district deputy marshal, installel the
fleets of the subordinate lodge .V supn
was served l f,,re the exer- is s bv th
, Rebekah Lod-, -Mr. and Mrs Fran).
! William-", who have, been with their p "
cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Jehbl Wir'ams. f
10 days, returned Tuesday to their 'ion
In New- ll-iv- n. Conn Mr. and M
George Hatch went to Bethel Tuesd
for a short stav. The Christ! in Broth r
hood held Its meeting In the parish b -Monday
night with an attendon -,
loout 7." After the usual upper Tri'i -pal
Greene of the Center gave a talk r
"The Agricultural School." Mrs. I,, ,
Williams went to Bethel Tuesdav to ,i
tone! tin- installation of olll-. rs ,f '
W-man's R- ii, f f rps -The ?lr,r i r
Circle of the Ki-ig'.s Daughters wit ,
t-Ttnine-d Ti i -----1 n !v Mr.-. I ( I -i
nrd. Besides t . isim ,,-wing there w.
devotional exinis- and a social heuir
Mrs. W. r Slack, who had ho-M
for weeks with what was thought to
a nervous trouble which afrected tt
In an. died at an early hour Tuesda
afternoon. Mrs. Delia (Martin) Sln-k
survived bv her husband and one ilnim
ter, Hazel Slack, who has been with 1
through li. r illn- ss. and one sister M
Dora Tn ib. who also lives In town S
nlso has other relatives out of the State
Mrs. Slack when able wns an Interest i
worker in the Baptist Church, n mcc
h-r of Beulah f'h ipter. Order of Kist
, Star, Fern Kcbekah Lodge, and als-
Woman's Belief Corps nnd In all th s
- organizations she had been nn a t'
and efficient worker. The funeral will i
bejel at her late home ontheIn.-h"3terr'
this afternoon nt two o'clock and the .
.mains will lw brought to Soutbvl
cemetery tor burial The f mera! of
T. Sanronl was held at bis late ,.
on Randolph avenue Wednesday ap
noon at 2.-.T0, the Kev. Friser M- '
oiuciatmg. The services were Hrijei
, tended, many of his business assoi '
, In town beltiK present. Miss Wlnrlf
I Richmond went to Montpeller Wed
'day.-A gain.. .. basketball was r' , '
Tuesday n'u i ' tb, Orange hn'1
tween Rand,,!-' .t-.j Company F
. Northlleld. vbuh r..;ulted In a vie t r
for the home t-.ini, the scon- be rg -,
to 22 In favor of Randolph. It Is nnd. i
I stood that there will ho another gar-
between Randolph and Dethol this week
Miss Bernlce Brlggs Is storing b. r
iiiMisenoiii goous tor the present, a 1
will leave town for a few weeks, wi
taking a rest from her work In tho tr
phone exchange. Mrs. Frank Ooul f
Northlleld arrived Wednesday for a sh -r
stay with her slater, Mrs. J. F T. wks
bury. Mrs. 13. A Morse was In Bethil
Wednesday visiting M s F. L. Bass, a
former resident heic Lucius Webb
Fast Granville was in town Weelneseln
to attend the funeral nf II p Sanfon
It has been learned that Dr Nutting
who fell when going Into the narlsh
houso Tuesdny, fractured his shou der
Trln G L. Green gave tho address
to the Christian Brotherhood at Rao
dolph last Monday evening. The Cor
gtvg.itlonnl Church held annual roll in I
Saturday with a chicken pie dinner
Mrs. Frank Kdson Is III. Trofi ssor Conk
who has been 111 with jaundice, and
covered so that he went Into his t ass s
last week, has suffered a rcla-is- and s
unable to attend to Ills school duties this
week. Mist Mary 13vnns, who has been
til sevetnl months, is nt the Bnndol u
sanitarium Miss Tcnii Fmerson but
been obliged to give up her school hi
District No. 3 for tho term on aceou '
of Illness and .Miss Florence Williams bis
taken her place J an G.iylord of Wntts.
Held visited his sister. Mrs 'i U,,ni
Albert llartwi-ll and family 1iha
moved from a tenement on Main stn
tlm house owned by lr F 11. Tag-'
house on Railroad street owned In
t( on tinned nit put- liirhf.i