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THE BURLINGTON FKEE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1919 3 HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from pngc four.) plications, has so far tecovored that he was taken homo last Saturday, Mrs. unuecK nns been with her son nit through his illness. Orleans County NEWPORT. r.l. m . , ., ... . . I llliu mw iiiuunvil 1v1113111t.11., ...-..... wrf JJ- i Jl t ,n, U bel"B M? f01' ,neIMr. Holmcs.-Mr. and Mrs. Kmcra Kings-new- bakery being erected by Ilalph bury nnd lwo children of Portland, Me., Hamblett on the lot recently purchased arnt the Kingsbury farm for the sum by J. 1.. Rcnlhan. Hamblett's business , mcr.Mi A, Adtun!, 8 conllned to tho 1ms outgrown the present small quarters. house wllll a bad C0d.-E. C. Hastings 1 Rnlha" Is remodolllng the Palace wcnt to Brlghtlook hospital at St. Johns Sweet s Into a tvvo-story up-to-date bury Saturday and underwent nnVppera block, making room for n separate store ,lo .Sunday. At tho present time he Is with two tenements overhead. The build- aH comfortable as could be expend ing will be faced wllh brick and will , uurold Goodrich Ih quite 111 agaln.-John make nn addition to the number of flno Briu,oy has B0ld his farm to Mr. Phocnlx looklng blocks on Main strcet.-MIss and has moved ,nto the Holbrooke house. Grace Williams has gone to Auburndale, Mass., where she has a position at Wood-1 T 4-1 .4 H 4. lawn Park, a school for Junior girls in JtvUtl&Ila VOUIlty connection with Lasoll Seminary. She Is! to have the management of the candy A rnrYIU hop, which is designed to furnish pure' UKAitUUrt home-made candles to the schools at a( The finliuai meeting and election of of reasonablo proflt.-Mr. and Mrs. H. J.flccrs of Farmer Chapter, It. A. M.. was Ball nnd Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Moore have t hcW Wednesday April 18 In Masonic hall .cluw.Cu irom ionua, wnere utey nave.After tne election the following nowlv "pent the winter. Mrs. E. A. Hamilton is visiting her mother, Mrs. Root, in Lowell, Mass. Miss Elizabeth Sargent Is moving to the flat on tho Aubln block, vacated by George Longewny.-True & house on Summer street.-The off leers . Jarncs u. Leonard; C. of H., Charles V. w!TTaU,rT heTororMVhsh W. C. T. U. held at the home of Mrs. C. I. Mooro are: President, Mrs. A. E. True, first vice-president, Mrs. Leo M. Molver; secretary, Mrs. John Kilby; treasurer, Mrs. E. L. Richards. On Fri day evening, the pupils of the city schools gave a very fine program of vocal Instrumental selections and readings. The children showed very marked progress under tho teaching of Miss Doris Phillips, director of music in the EChoIos. Mls3 Lillian Mudgett, assisted by her sisters, Miss Evelyn and Miss Marlon Mudgett, gave a piano recital at the home of Mrs. A. J. White, which de lighted the large audience. Miss Mary Shaw leaves Saturday to spend a two weeks' vacation In Montreal. Tho an nual thank-offering supper of the Wom an's Missionary society of the Congrega tional Church on Friday evening, netted 575. Mrs. Jennie Sias nnd Samuel Mc Clellan of this city were united In mar riage on Tuesday, April 15, by tho Rev. A. V. Allen, pastor of the Main Street Baptist Church. CRAFTSBURY Charles Thayer, who suffered a stroke of paralysis a few weeks ago, remains very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spring have gone to work for Homer Bartlotte. The district schools in this town will commence Monday, April 2S.-Mrs. Nellie Urie returned Thursday from Burlington, where she has been for treatment for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Goodwin, accom panied by their daughter, Mrs. Homer Bartlette, are stopping at C. J. Brew ster's. Mr. and Mrs. A. Larrabee ob served their golden wedding at their home Friday. The evening service at the Methodist Episcopal Church was given up Sunday evening to uniting with the Congregational Church in its Banter service at North Craftsbury. The Rev. C D. Pierce left Saturday afternoon with his family for Orleans, , their new home Barbara Davison, teacher In Morrlsvllle, Is at home for ( the Easter vacation of one week. j Ms. Jennie Hubbard Iwent Monday , to East Craftsbury to assist In the . home of James Anderson. Fred j Kemp has returned from Lyndonvlllo. where he was called by tho sickness and death .of his father. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis Sunday. April 20. M. B. Johnston, who has been very 111 with pneumonia. Is reported as having passed the crisis. Many at mill village are afflicted with German meaitles. The Rev. O. B. Wells arrived with his family Sat urday afternoon and occupied his pul pit In the Methodist Church Sunday morning. R. W. Moodle was a business visitor In Morrlsvllle Monday. GREENSBORO Miss Emma Lindsay returned from Burlington, Friday, after undergoing treatment for several weeks at the Mary Fletcher hospital. She la much Improved In health. Miss Lindsay is visiting for a Tew days with Mrs. W. S. Ingalls. Mrs. Aldln Perrln returned from Jericho, Fri day, where she has been for several days taking care of her mother, Mrs. Fettle who is suffering with a broken hip. The town schools will open April 28th owing to the poor condition of the roads. B. M. Willey returned home from the Fanny Allen hospital at Wlnooski Friday. S. P. Plnney Is visiting his sister Mrs. Helen Jackson, having returned from his western trip. Mrs. Plnney Is stopping with friends In Meredith, N. II, Miss Elsie Atwell Is spending the week with her unt In St. Johnsbury. Miss Dorothy Willey returned from Burlington Friday. J. F. Elliott returned to Hyde Park, Mass., Friday, after a few days visit here. Roy Atherton member of the 101st Machine Gun Battalion of the 26th Divi sion, which recently arrived in Boston from France, was allowed a short leave , to visit his parents and returned to Bos ton, Friday. Donald MaLeodJ haB the j measles. George Rodger was called to j Danville last week by the serious illness of his uncle, Peter Rodgers, and has slnco received word that Mr. Rodgers died Sun 1 day morning and the funeral was held Wednesday. Mr. Rodgers was born In this town, served through the Civil Wnr, and was a resident hero for mnny years before moving to Danvtllo. He was 82 years ot age and had a grandson in the 26th Division, Just returned from France. WESTFIELD There were special services morn ing and evening on Easter which were , well attended. Louis Whlttcmore of Hyde Park, a recently returned sol- f 'dler, enrne Friday to James Martin's I Ilcci1 officiated at the organ, coming up remaining till this week as tho guest 'from West Haven to do so. At tho 1 of Miss Vera Davis. John Martin Methodist Episcopal Church Harvey A. went to Manchester, N. H last week I Hulett officiated at tho organ and con f n to visit his daughter, Mrs. Lyon. The ducted the musical program with succses. , Woodmen have opened their hall for The Rev. David H. Strong preached one j roller skating. They have large of his beHt sermons at the Congrega- crowds so far. Albro Hunt wns home tlonal Church. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Olbbs I from Coventry Sunday, There was a have received several souvenirs of j good attendance at the meeting held tho war in tho shape of brass vouch made ' In school house hall in regard to of German shells, shrapnel cartridges. Westfleld farmers Joining the Orleans '"county farmers' exchange. No definite . action was taken. Sugaring seems , iover for this spring. In some Instances 1, nearly two pounds to a tree has been f maue, oui in nioai puwcB lua.t man . a pounci anu a nnir nas ueen maue. LOWELL , Miss Elsie Parker accompunled her ( , uruiffer-iu-iuw anu aiBittr, .ui, anu rorB. L. B. Wellman, to their home In New- port Tuesday, Mrs. L. O, Sanbern went to North Troy Thursday to s no rid a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Parkhurst, and family. Howard Pope came home from camp Devens Saturday. , Ito w.iu an.ninnnnl.il nv hla i.r 1 1 M.D I He was accompanlod by his wife. Mrs, W. A. Young visited friends In Westfield .Thursday. Edward Rhodes went Monday to Stamford, Conn., to visit his father, ,lIt is expected he will enter a tubercular sanatorium tor treatment Deroro nis re turn. Mr. Ketch, principal of the village school, spent the week-end with friends In Newport. Hazel Bundy wen i llngton Thursday to enter Fletcher hospital for treatment Coburn went to North Hyde week to visit relatives. Miss Hernlco Wlnget has returned to Craftsbury to resume her teaching nfter n four weeks' vacation. DERBY. L, B. Holmes lias bought a new team of Taplln & Rowcll and has moved back on Ills farm. Leon Carter, who haa been running the Holmoa farm, has moved Into the Moulton tenement, vuented by elected officers were Installed by Past High Priest Fred L. Smith, assisted by Arthur L. Buttles, acting as marshal High priest, Elroy It. Woods; king, Dr! j. s. Eastwood; scribe, B. W. Johnson; C, James H. Whelden; master first veil! 1 $1,000. substantially tho amount sued for, &l. ,n?iPttSnn"fariUmth. PMt I turned "from' overseas and has been Tn tor t0 1,0 tno chores whll 11,0 farmGr dau,shtor3 ,f "To1! knoxvn n-our-Tr,.,i, v ii... . . 1 ...ii .,.. i i... ... . ? . I week for nn operation for nail stones. I . .... ... . ...... iim,.i wnri..n.i i .i, ,.i .i. geols comrade." der nr nir th hn.i v, .n'f' 8r,ld. ve!V W. C. Glpson; master third veil, L. F. Nichols; chaplain, Harry A. Collins; sentinel, L. J. Cnhee; stewards, W. C. Glpson and T. W. Ray; tlnanco com mittee, Dr. O. C. Baker, F. W. Brlggs and F. L. Smith. Eugene Abel Grlswold died at tho Mary Fletcher hospital Sunday night after hav ing undergone an operation a few days ago. Ho was 79 years old nnd had resided In Brandon for many years. He Is sur vived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Jane Grls wold; two daughters, Mrs. Eugene Wood ruff and Miss Margarctt J. Grlswold of Troy, N. Y.; and two sons, Henry J. Grlswold of this town and Adrian Grls wold, who Is a student at the Medical Collego at Burlington; and ono sister, Mrs. Florence Holland of Townsend. Mr. Grlswold was a veteran of the Civil War, being a member of Company H, 5th Ver mont Infantry. He served for four years and was an ardent member of C. J. Ormsbeo Post, No. 18, G. A. R. The funeral was held Wednesday after- I noon at two o'clock at the houbc. The ' Rov. Walter Thorpe of the Congrega tional Church officiated and burial was In Pino Hill cemotery. Stewart ' , vt ,II1U AliM 0 a. n.asiwooa, who has been spending 10 days' furlough with his parents here, re turned Saturday to New York. He ex pects to sail in a few days for England. Mr. Eastwood Is in the navy. . C. A. Myatt, for three years manager of the Direct Importing company's store here, has resigned, nnd after a short vacation will take up a different lino of worn in town. A meeting of the home demonstration department of the Rutland County Farm Bureau will be held at the1 home of Miss Anna Field next Friday aiiernoon at two o'clock. Each lady present will be expected to tell of some late labor saving device.-Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Congregational Church will meet Thursday afternoon at four o'clock and at 6:30 a supper will be served to members of the congregation. Miss Lillian Capron has returned home after a few days with Mrs. Charles Goodwin. Rehearsals are bing held under the direction of Harry Gage of Burlington for the Yama minstrels to bo presented by the Brandon Concert band next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at tho town hall. A number of the young people of the town are Included In the cast and It is exuected this will be one of tho best mln. strel entertainments ever given in Bran don. There will be a regular meeting of Silver Lake Lodge, No. 40, K. of P., this evening at eight o'clock. Tho rank of knight will be conferred on a large class of candidates after which a banquet will beserved. The funeral of Eugene Abel Grlswold, who died at the Mary Fletcher hospital Sunday evening, was held at the house on Carver street Wednesday after noon at two o'clock, the Rev. Walter Thorpe of the Congregational Church officiating. The bearers were Fred Pat node, W. F. Williams, A. W. Hendry and N. E. Breed. Burial wns In Pine Hill cemetery. C. J. Ormsbee Post attended I tne 8ervlces a body. Emmett Lamphere oun ui mr. anu airs. js. d. Lamphere, who was In the coast artillery and recently re turned from Franpe, has received and honorable discharge and returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chandler have re turned from France, haa received an they spent several days with relatives. A public reception will be held for the Rev. and Mrs. I. M.Compton Friday eve ning from eight to ten o'clock In the ves try of the Baptist Church. At a meeting of the Business Men's association and the selectmen held Tuesday evening to dis cuss the subject of using oil Instead of water for laying the dust on the village street this summer. It was the sense of the meeting that oil should bo used and ,that tho town buy the oil and apply It with the town sprinkler. A committee of five was elected to Investigate the matter ad make an early report. The committee Is composed of tho three selectmen, L. A. Severy, W. B. Avrey, George W. Lonn ard, and H, A. Collins and E. H. Button of the Business Men's association. BENSON Miss Lillian Fitts, daughter of Oeorge Fitts and a former Benson girl, Is now at the itolland House in Rouses Point, being one of the employes. Bert West, one of the Mt. View stock farm employes, la 111 In bed with a multiplicity of bolls. The farmers report this a poor season for sugar making. Easter was hnpplly carried out In the churches. At the Congregational Church, Mrs. Quy Morrill Glbbs, their son, who has been there for over a year, sent them from France, where he is now located, Mr. and Mrs. George Deyette, who have been Jn Poultney for live or six weeks, are ex- pected home thlB week. Washington County MONTPELIER Tile Cfintrflnt fni thn l..npalliin th exterior nf th ,.( ti,.0.. .t, ., Islon of Montpellor's celebration of the' return of local boys from the war early next month, presumably May 5, has been n thi...!..! . .. . . . awarded to a ' Lowell, Mass., concern. J ne Legislature by a resolution ap propriated $200 out of the adjutant genoral'a fund for decorative purposes. In Washington county court Thursday the caso or Lllla M. Lowell vb. estate of Aaron Wheeler, Mark P. Ladd, ad- mlnlstrator with will annexed, an appeal t to Bur- from the probate commissioners, was the Mary, being tried, George L. Hunt Is counsel U.-A. H.tfor the appellant and .Julius Wilcox and Park last, Edward H. Dcavltt represented the do- ,B"' ; , J . ... .. Earl Davis and Arthur Wilbur, tho men arrested Tuesday AprlMS after a good bit of detective work on the part of the City Hall with a good attondnnce. A 111,1 Ocnsmoro of Jones Brook is visit sheriff department, Barre police omrers coiicert and entertnlnmcnt was given nt C Nelson's for a few days. and tho State's nttorney, pleaded guilty trom 'Kht until nine o'clock, followed frank Demas of .Middlesex was In town In city court Thursday to tho charge by "'"icing until midnight. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Boyco were of grand larceny. Tho specific charge nrk Davis, n former employe of the 1,1 Waterbury one day tho past week. against each respondent was that ho Ccnt!!al Vermont railroad In tho local ,Mra. G. C. Granflcld, MIbb Nora Griffin had stolen 18 chickens from the Chandler 'cJ'olKnt olllce. Is passing a few days In n1 Eugene Griffin; Sr., have gone to farm In Middlesex, but It Is nlleged tho , ,cl,y wlll'o enjoying a brief fur- Boston to attend tho parade of tho 26th men admitted other thefts of chickens '"UBh froi tho nuvy. Ho cnllntcd for division. Mrs. Redmond nan gono back from various furms in the county. ;"ur ycar!' nnd 1ms two years to serve, to her home in Enosburg after spending Judge K. M. Harvey sentenced tho men Davis Is a llrst-class yeoman and a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. P. to not less than eight months nor more rocr"t,' returned with tho fleet from Boyco. Mildred Granfleld of Montpellor thnn two years In tho State prison at so"',lor" waters. Seminary was an ovcr-Bunday visitor of Windsor. i "0 condition of Mrs. George D. Pit- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Gran Thc death of Jesso A. Kellogg occurred ' continues to Improve at Hoaton field. Wednosday April 1G at his home, 11 Sum- mcr street, after a period of 111 health extending over several monlht htivlne been conllned to his home for several weeks. Death was dueTo acu o tube? culosls. Jesse Allen Kellogg was born In Stowe In 1875 and had rested n Montneller for 17 .. ,,; . '" vlved by his wife. E !Mh.,t ,r ,.."" . . ... ' ..vii.fsH .iim iwo cnuarcn, Clair J. and Mart Atkins Kellogg. Tho deceased v two children. C!l.,lr r " : ...... .itt.i;ui;i ili I . uie grocery business In Montpellcr for th uctrnncu wus in 13 years nnd for the last four years was in the employ of the Barre & Mont- pencr iractlon & Power Co. He wna .....iwi m jvurora i.oug'e, no. 22, F. and A. M., and had been a member of King Solomon Chapter, Mt. Zlon Com- mancicry nnd Mt. Slnal Temple, Mystic I Temple. Mystic . . Shrlno and Scottish Rlt i and Odd Fellows. ' to rocovcr 'l?!'?' "y th J"?? sy esta e ofTarnn Whe iTt ", T estate of Aaron U heeler, Mark P. Ladd, administrator with tho will annexed. Tho case occupied threo days In Washington county court, Judge Fish completed his charge to tho jury at 9:20 o'clock a. m. Forty minutes later the jury reported the verdict. George L. Hunt represented tho plaintiff, who appealed from, tho probate commlssloncers, and Julius A. Wilcox and Edward II. Dcavltt were counsel for the defendant. A jury was drawn Saturday to try the case of Ruth Brown of Calais vs. Mrs. John Wahlon of Montpeller, an ' ,t,,OUBh hla P-istorato dors not olllclal assault case. ly close until May 1. Ho expects to ro- William N. Thcrlault has disposed of his half interest In the MIsco Seal Beverage company to his partner, James Twlss. who will continue tho business on Berlin i.ii wuui, w;ih on me Hiaini most or sircei. iiio business was establ shed .. . . .. iul"a vtmuys, wero Muntlay visitors, 1 tent nf M nr Lin n innnti, it,,. -n ,.,u three years ago and has made BTO.7r K ? S'l'htt1ita,,,,,,,t I used to know a i?reit 010, Tro1 commenced In Washington oounty court P,OB,nir wlth the , mn ...rho HoBe f ' was . in town Sunday from his I ut to thls m contB c.r a 0ar n ,laj. WOme was opened on Del Monday when court reconvened af- . Brotherhood." vriduy ovunlnK R (1oofl J ome. Bane.-I. Mondell. the re- whlcll. tnc Mr m;in rpcp:vei, ,n c;lsh e'"CCr L u up to September 1 last oTa.n Iff "bss Brown0nd,reCrS';- Th,6 Fr'day B0PV,C0 WaB "el1 ftt thp humB of re Tundav at l,"'! ""'T WM " aMe M l,oa,d ""d l "wlJ;",!'"" piaintlfr, Miss Brown, whose homo Is l-vi.vin if T),.iin,. i .. -orL, passca Mmuay at his home In ...., i.i i...i. .1.... .. . ' . ... . the afternoon. The plaintiff wan a a social (.line was enjoved, refrcHh student In tho Montpollnr Business Col- meats being served. A slight tokon lege when the incident occurred which jof appreciation was presented from led up to tho suit. While purchasing , "tho Duxbury Boys." by Roger Irish a hat In tho Wahlen store Mrs. Wahlon and a rambler i-ohc bush in their bohalf claimed that tho girl ook a pocket- by Clinton Moiao to Mrs. Bolcourt. book with money in It. Tho girl do- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Redmond of Eno nfed tho allegation and on the stand burEr Falls were welcomed at their old Monday testified that because of the church home Sunday. Mrs. Redmond "UIM "" " pnysicai rorco unea by tho defendant sho has slnco been in highly nervous mndttlon and unable to ll""sue her studies The case of Waldo H. Farrar vs. John C. Farrar, to recover tne amount of a noto, f 465, for which tho plaintiff and others woro surety, was entered Monday In county court. Tho plaintiff and defendant aro related and thi defendant now resides in Springfield, Mass. Richard J. Doylng, a Civil War vet eran, died Sunday evcnlmr at his homo on the Barre road at tho ago of 77 years. He was a retired farmer and had lived In Berlin for about threo years, formerly living In Cabot and other Vermont towns. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock from his late home, with Marshfield, Mrs. J. C. Lafuc of Barton nnd Mrs. Mary Boardman of Pike, N. 11., also several grandchllldrcn. Miss Ethel C. Wade left Monday afternoon for Stcubenvllic, Ohio, wnere she has accepted a position as night supervisor ln a hotel in that city. Jesus AJa, a dealer In livestock, pleaded guilty to charge of operating an auto mobile without a license In city court Tuesday forenoon nnd paid a flno of $10 and costs, assessed by Judge E. M. Harvey. AJa was arrested Monday eve ning by Officer Baldwin, tho officer dis covering that the car boro a 1918 license plate on the front and no plato was visible at the rear. AJa claimed he was simply driving the machine from a paint shop to a garage but his machine was stationary on Stato street when ho was arrested. It was tho first arrest of the season in Montpeller for a violation of an automobile law.. M. J. Cronln, who has been employed In this city for nearly two years, loft Tuesday for Mlddlebury, where ho will be joined by Webb Miller of Rut land. They plan to go on tho vaude ville stage under the auspices of an en tertainment concern. Mr. Cronln was for several years an entertainer and Mr. Miller, a former employe of tho State highway department In this city, Is a singer of recognized ability. A pretty home wedding took place at 8:30 Tuesday evening at tno resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanchard at 38 School street, their youngest daughter. Miss Margaret Blanchard, bo- coming tho bride of George F. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of this city. The marrlago ceremony was uuna. ,n me isast .Montpellor cemetery. , to,ul TI ' ,,,...." 7 ' f" ' Tho la 7t' Ktuu''"' , ln" """" effort of the nm going to ask the prlntov f put tint Tho deceased was born In Canada, the ! ; ; e Am " ?Z ', ! "rtn:cn flna,l: 1llr0Vcilt "" co"tro1 n big letters, in thmo days tho farmer son of Joseph and R'oxanna Richardton I , . , , v. o tl r wo "olTcito. L umk- 1 bra"h nr ' tho ,:rcal ot "l1 at thre 'our oVork !n the Doylng and Is survived by a wife and In ,. b record" U ' Cl..f. 1 ! com,uny- " ls tho re- mon.lng. and. as Jc,h nil W. used to three daughters. Mrs. R. J. Faunee and j , t m .k II J,0" .that in-uranco on the K, burned out five pourd, f wo and Mrs. N. D Witham of Keiton. N. H.. and J(.r and "irs. AdX Sawyer w "to InMont- V Pl'rsOSlal Ave cords of ,-anJIes wait'ng r r dayli,ht. Mrs. E. A. Jackman of Barre; one son. feller " TueTda F & h w JT A .f' Wa'l 11,0 eeventh Josl mall rMutttaut t!.t oo,l th, Frank Doylng of Waterbury; two broth- Waterbury M01 ,da,-.-N:OTw "la bTe u re 'T P' ',C oranlzatlo nt ,he candle.-, but there was little waiting for ers, Charles and Jerry Doylng of Albany; colvcd that Vrl!. Newton is Ml ff'" !l . T? 'LVS ""i ,,3yl,ht' T!lt' flln,lpr " 1 U mree sisters, Mrs. Orilla A atson of ...in i.i , " ""wiirii .1. .inner 01 .xortli llartland ., .r,.. t,, ,,. ,,., , ... ,., performed by the Rev. Lewis C. Car-1 1!slunlng May 4, services will bo held son, pastor of tho Church of the Mes-'at tlle Uaptlst Church during tho sum Blah, and they wero unattended, tho "ier. Dow Brothers opened their market bride being given away by her futher. '" Waterbury Saturday. Mrs. En1e.1t Tho bride wore a- dress of white satin 1 HnWnson of Alorrisvlllo was with Mrs. and carried a shower bouquet of white 'Naruh Robinson and Mis Delia Robinson roses and lilies of the valley. Only Saturday and Sunday. Tho special Easter tho Immediate relatives and friends of ucrvlco held Sunday at the Methodist tho families were present. Bride nnd Episcopal Church by tho Rev. .1. G. groom nro well known and popular 1 Sallls wuh well attended and enjoyed 'by young people of Montpellor, whoro they ; all prescnt.-Llttlo George Graves, son always have resided. Tho bride Is a of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graves, who was graduate of Montpeller high school and taken to Heaton hospital In Montpellor i ' Y ' Ma,Sa.. ttn.d .V" ,,l8t wee ls reported better and Is ex Rlri , fruduat0 Montpeller pected homo In n few days.-Walter Cave. Seminary. He Is manager of tho ready- . n former resident of Waterbury. now to-wcar department of the H. C. Glea-iof Orange, h, ,ee vlMtlng at J H. son store. Mr .and Mrs. Smith will re- Whitney's 1m ,vt.,. 1 wm, loft fh nnlrt vHti iah-.i mi... r'.aylou ""'iter has moved to the jtoiciuuv miu uiHcniireen. rnu case of Ruth Brown vs. Mr.. John Kah- i.n in ohi.h ih. ni . 1... cover damages becaus of a false al e- irZoV""' "Kf??' gallon that the plaintiff had taken a " 1 a"ntH hcre.-Mary L. Wood Is work pocketbook from tho millinery store of h, "V," ,' "ow'B.-acorge Kennlston ih ,i., . has finished work for M. n. Anderson and tho defendant, wng completed yestor day forenoon and the Jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff to recover 1188.33. Tho marriage of Cecllle Elsie Rich ardBon, younger daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Richardson of 9 Fullerton avenue, to Loon J, Reeor took place Tuesday evening at tho home of tho bride's parents. The groom recently reiurnou irom trance, navmg served In the lout Ammunition Train of tho 26th . uivwon until h,e, wa wounded. Ho was formerly (. polisher In the she, ,f n ,,,,, an, Bo nazal f this city r " " 1 MrB llcco have gone on TWol din J tH n to New Vork State. C11'& trip to Now mpioypti as a granite ' , 1,10 J,JJ,lsa ster ball, given under tho auspices of the Montpellor Lodge, No. 921, was ln.i.i in, .. in th . ,i Interest Is being displayed In i w match scheduled for this eve"ln 11,0 City Hall between Dor- ton t00,'tMa clty aml Ar" tw. Hurllngton. Both men vH, tr 1 undefeated and 111 struggle for the best two falls out '"..l'".,c' n-aB-catch-can stylo. GI- i-iiuv la n it . . . I - " "l wuffene xromniey ot .ti nil I rnri I n rr..i..u ii. ... .wiiiiui UHHIWV1KI11 cuum- pion , Mrs. Arthur Ploof. a trained mtrao Is In Mlddlebury attending Mrs Ray f Fisher, wife of tho Cincinnati National Lcairitn h.-iaoi.aii WARREN Vll ot's b-iVn hnvn i tl i.inoi s u.irn navo commenced work nn Carpenters engaged to build i5'8 tenement, better known as the i'nTto1 nmulolnhnrdVarium it Tn-t. "report h.Z :(1rS CnmpuoU accompanied hlm.-Guy Boyco , nf Waltsflpld. n, .i .,iL. i. been In town several days tho past week Mrs. Amanda Kingsbury, who Is ill remains about the same. WATERBURY ervices at tho Con Eastor services at tho Congregational Church Sunday had with tho Easter Joy a Mmlnt!KS tliat- tills was tho hist Sun l"u " nasior, tho Rev. Wll- . . f''court, wou ld ho here, al- 1 1',01 at U C A.' V'l'luarters in Now ., , , . , , inrS cms was re- i L" " -"""ra'"i' " numiior ol cim- Tim r.l.t.n1t ...nu .i,wtn.i i... at a. h... i. . is In town looking over somo of her things, the Caldwell home having been isold to D. W. Cooloy, who Is raisin- tho roof and will make extensive ro- pairs. B10RETOWN By tho will of the latu Mrs. Emcllne Sargent of St. Johnsbury. tho Methodist Eplrcopnl Church of wfilch Mr. Sargent's mother v.-aa a member, receives a bequest of ?2W. The town also receives $2W to bo used in tho care of th Howe-SarKont lot In tho village copuaery Kenneth Newton and Sidney imiur ver in Wiituhury Satuiday. -V-3. Kl'Zu rth Goodwill of :iarre is visltin her parent-, Mr. and Mrs. .). K. Flana-.-in. Two Gt.-- man mfantrv helmet nr ...lnir .l.tmlav.. .. .. Ucvens Miss Ruth Xcwtun and MIjs Helen Lorlns have gone to Brattloboro, where they have employment at the State hospital there. Miss Mortie Whitney visited at hcr homo in Cambridge last week. Dr. William Sh-iw was In town last week to hold the :i-t quarterly con- rerenco of the :.'e.hod!st Epls-copal Church Friday evening under the auspices of tho Woman's Community Social club. Everyone Is cordially invited to be present. No admission will be chargcd.-Mrs. C. B. .McAllister is as sisting In tho Ward Lumber company's store. MIfs Loralne Frenler of Mont peller visited her grandjtarents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Flanagan, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Sherman of South Duxbury are the parents of a son. born April IS. B. S. Ward has returned from a week's stay ln New York city. Miss Mabel Goodwin of Montpeller visited In town Monday. Mrs. Abblo Griffith, who has been spendng tho winter at W. A. Kingsbury's, has re turned to her homo in Wntcrbury Cen ter. Wlllinm Clark has taken possession of the liouho which ho recently purchased from B. H. Ward.-Mrn. P. F. Neiney spent tho week-end with her mother In Northfleld. WATERBURY CENTER. During tho week beginning April 27 the financial committee of tho newly or ganized Community Church will make a house-to-house canvass to obtain pledges of support for tho ensuing year. Tho support of all persons In tho community not nlllllated with nutsldo churches Is earnestly solicited. Services on April in will bo held at tho Methodist Church. tn t,.- ,." v" 'l?'"1"" n w 'wonting for Nat Sawyor.-Lesllo W. Lnumta JIHl ami Ih Is at Walter Ayer's. Roger St. Jock Is boarding at Fred Towne's and working on the road, WORCESTER. All schools In town commenced the spring term Mondav. Anrll ll.-Mrs. M. Sophia Willey returned to her homo here after pusslng tho winter at tho homo of hor nephew, Charles C. Wiggins. In Montpellor.-ll.' D. Vail nnd J. It, Wll son are at their homes hero for the suinmor.-.Mrs. Clrnndfleld and erand , m ,"' 0r"ndflBltl I 5 n, T ROn t0 No' '"'H their homo 1 -Mall Carrier Carl Bruc Northfleld, whero for the future ce started his nuto Monday. NORTH FAYSTON. SOUTH WOODBURY. News has been received by Mrs. Etta Goodell that her niece, Miss Rena Angcll, was married April 9 to Hiram Porter Morse of Worcester,' Mass. The wedding ' r.-'-Mrs!11 nt!t2 Arthur n rinntv Mtoo ntcc at the home of her narents Aivl lUnwnLti fnr I fnw Mnrernmt Wltitrrd r ' "'"J "-"V. r-'V".... ... in lilt; kui'ml , V. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Alnsworth, for a few la5's. She also came to visit her brother. N"e(I Wn'ors, who has returned from and received his dlscr.arge.-Mrs. ICihvnrd Martin is ill of irrin nt the homo nf Tlr.-f rnttnMt t 1 1 1 it.. ...I iof the late SUas BUI is' verv 11 of . neu- Imonla at the home of her Ln. CuZce ' BU1' n nccou,lt of hcr advanced age. . " ' j,ion,i"av They "spent the winter in Los 1 .-"nymond Wheeler has re- iiiwn on a iwo uays lunougn. He visited1 on Thursday at the homo of W. F. .Vngcll. The Rev. John O. Harvlr of' Mimsriciu, .Mass., will occupy the pulpit ...... ... " next Sunday. He will speak In tho In terest of the Pilgrim memorial fund. No further news Iuib been received by R. C. Darllmr reir.trillnir thn nnmiiti,... f ! Ills SOn. llOmer. Who In dotnlnnil nv.riMa by Illness. j Windsor County SHARON , Theod.no Barrett is at homo for the : 3aslor vacation from St. Michael's Col- lege, Wlnooski, in which ho Is a pupll.- jtr, nml Ar. r,.0., r ., ,i.,i, I . ... " ..." ....ut... Hollows Knll. Mr. nnd .Mrs. I ley, recently uedrird In their home town. .1. i'j. na-iu. i.mremont, H were past Week vlsltora in Shaion.-Pnul Gibson was at tho home of his mother, Mrs. Vina (lil)Ron, for tho week-end, on a 72 hour rurlouKh from Camp Dovens and the 2i!th Division to which he belongs. The installation of the officers elect of Fore3t Chapter, o. K. s.. for tho coming year is siaied lor 'tlmrsday evening the 21th. ' U is '''l'octed that tho installing ofilcer 1 wl" h Mlss bertha Clark of Randolph ran'l lecturer of tho State grand chapter. It. A. Warren of West Hart - ioiu n;'s i-jlled a steam raw mill on the cro; 1 lot and Is sawing the latgc lot of U.ii owned by M. C. N'oycj. WHiTLI RIVER JUNCTKW. At shortly before noon Wednesday an married the Cughter and tool: her to a alarm was rung In for a brush firo In f?rm of his own or worked the home the Hlllcrost section of White River plae on shnrec, or "shears" ns they used Junction and so swift was its spread to say In fiore days. that it fet fire to tho residence of Clay- All these privileges compensated as to,i Cijld. Tim lire tpre:.d .so rapidly may be seen reid.ly in measure for the that 1 wry effort of tho firo department fifty con's or a dollar a day which con way tu i.vnil.ng ard :n a result the stltuted his cash umolunerts. .... - , ."" . v" nnuu.somc lanuly homo v. as burned to lJlt. j. Is president nnd Charles I,. LoBourveau is trcasuier. This local financial interest has had from the start a continuous and remarkable growth and Tuesday, its uirmaay, saw Its assets in excess of Sl.0O3.000. .a fnrt thnt ,.ir, 11.. 111.... trates the Importance of White River Junction as a business and financial cen- tor.-Formcr Governor K.ovmw.i r- m, came to his law office .Monday following his recovery from a 10 days' lllni.ai w iiiuva, .a before the Windsor county board so commissioners on local appllca - r liquor licenses will be held In neartng of license Hons for Crown theatre hall Saturdav afternoon the :6th, opening at two o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. HIatt left tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Greenough, Monday, for their former home, Globe, Arizona. Tho entire trip of 3,000 milts will be made In tho family uuiumuuue. mt. ana sirs. HIatt came ' ones in a year. otners employed the East a year or more ago nnd during 1 Bamo rnnn year after year until ho be that timo ho has been In Boston. The t came as much of a fixture on the farm Victory Liberty Loan war exhibit train as the well sweep or the barn. Often vio ls ECIicduled to nrrlvo ln White River Junction Sunday afternoon at 4:30 and the farmer and his man, nnd cases were so forbidden under the modified regu will remain until four o'clock Monday ' not unknown when they would come to lntlons effective early this year per mornlng. The train will be nmt hv n blows, but It rarolv occurred that tlmnn mittlnir ttroiluctlon of "ne.tr beer" wn public gathering headed by William S. Pingiee. chairman of the town Victory Loan committee, and thcro will be speeches by Mr.-Pingree, C. L. LeBour- Uiu' cnsnicr of the First National bank, and James E. Dewey of Dewey's Mills. me entire town has been filled with meotlng.-"Save Our Boys. Safety First. No Saloons," s the slogan of the town to-day through the Initiative of the town's famed Loyal club. Posters with tho above Inscription nre In the windows of stores, shops, homes nnd offices and In addition J','.?' uu".?" ,anU ch,l("-!n aro wearing tags with tho imprint, "No Saloons " SOUTH ROYALTON. As Is usual during tho month of April thero Ih much moving. Ma,l.m, Tniiv Vi a inuiuunuinK mo train has moved from Georgo Harrington's house to Edward Hope's tenement. Mr. Knudson Is moving to East Barnard, where ho has rented a farm. Clayton .wien ih inuving to nis place In the vil lage, now being vacated by Mr. Knud son. Two of the boys have arrived homo from France, Paul Gibson and Dudley Leavltt. It Is expected that others aro on the way and will bo homo soon.-Mlsa .Maude Abbott Is spending her vacation at home. Sho Ih a teacher In tho schools of Maiden, Mass. Easter services were appropriately held laBt Sunday nt tho churches. The day wus an Ideal one. The listers have completed their work of taking property Inventory in town. Road CommlBsloncr Ilowland has a force of men and teams graveling the hill on Chelsea street. ROYALTON Miss Mary E. Whitney has been spending a few weeks with relative, in Waltsfleld, returning home last week. B. A. Jenka has moved to' Barnard. A daughter, Margaret, wa born to Mr. und Mrs. William Toomoy April 17. Mia. Roundy visited hdr slBtor, Mrs. B, II, Jny, In Wnterbury recently. Mr. Georgo Waterman re turned Saturday from Bennington, N, H whero she has been visiting hot cousin, MIbb Rogers. yie BaBtnr serylcen woro nttended by nn unusual ly Targe audience, who enjoyed the floral decorations, spcclnl music, and inspiring sermon. Miss Helen Dow of Haverhill, Mass., spent Easter Monday with her mother. Miss Maud Rich ards, who has been with tho Red Cross of tho A. E. F has arrived in Now York and In expected homo soon, THE "HIRED MAN" Modern Condition Drive Out Institu tion Which Dntes to Colonial Tlmn (From tho Portland Press) As tho democratic manner of life on tho Now England farm has given way to our present complex civilization, tho hired man has been eliminated. Time was wnen the bum of the farm work was don hr Ihn tilrorl man I. i j . hired labor which demands a ww sca, nxed hnura nf inhn- nn,i n 4 ' E Tt the emergency of toll from tho debased The commissar of Vladlnilr has, by Jnl . !rc" Cmlt,0n '" Wh'CU "Iroee. appointed a committee of women found itself forty or fifty years ago. i who are to Inquire into tho operations of ! " !". "V ... ...v. . ,llu U1U aver- 1 i ... . ......... I , L . 0 that ! the rush season ho took on a boy or two to help tho man, and If he were particularly opulent he might have per- mlttcd his wife a hired girl, but there was always, or nearly always, tho hired man. I "e rcmalncd w'th him the year around, I "cel,t P0lbly In the winter time, when nc pcrm,ucu B " or If work wn.q nnrtlpnlnriv iiu mm jifi iiiiiiuu lo K inio 1110 WOOUS, slack to earn But oven at tnat 11 was ns oftcn tl,c caso that 'o 1": ... ..vUuo ui un drive. I Thn reason for this was what tho farmer ' . . ... .... ...... . : """ whs his, wnno u nis man earned an extra dollar It was his own and all the boss saved was his servant's wages. This was not much, but ns dollars were counted In those days It was worth con sidering. In fact, every dollar was deemed worth considering at that period of our civilization. The wages paid tho hired man varied considerably, depending In a measure on what he was worth and to some degree on what the farmer thought ho could af ford to disburse. There wero farmers who wcic rather closo fisted with their help and refused more than $11 a month, while some went so far as to open their hearts to the ox m i.. .... , . . ... . JlI.""VY r . ' , , . . r, Vn ,,.n,.v. 1 f,.,, u ; .h," h nlcn "' ere wnn another consideration as rcaly worth while and would be esteemed ns such by rmo even In these days of $C a day ;ioil carriers. He enthusiast, who commanded a detach occupied a position of what amounted to ment of women soldiers during tho social duality with his emnlover. He slept In the same house with him, ate at the samo table with the rest of the fam!1' am' occupied tho samo paw ' c!lurch If thel' v' a,! n daughter In the in the 1 ,10US0 '10 wa3 Ilemlttjl tu ray crjrt t3 tier If she found it agreeable, an riie often did, ana !io went along with ,'the rest of the fnml'y to thp donation parties and the srnnge meetings. As would of necessity folio?.- he often "ut 1111 '" and 1 tho tie-up cleaned up, the milking dono, anil the other farm labors done, com monly called chores. After chores came breakfast nnd then work. At noontime came dinner and then TrU U,lt" SUm'r tlm"' In ,ho summer tlme whcn tho ,,"'llf''nt camo earl and stayed late, the hired man and his cm- ployer enorally '"""red from four o'clock "n tl,e niornlng until eight nt night, with 1 ., . . , , ... tlme ut, tor, n'oals- Thls was 'secay 1 J ll'Ylns ime- , , V T,hf hlr1;1 ma" hatl ' 10 rfst of thue tlm,t to himself as the saying Is. In the fall and snr'"K 11 wns "t a hard, and ln the wl"ter he would sometimes get by with a fihort day of twelve hours. So'"e farmers were constantly changing hired men, with a new one almost o-ery I year aml sometimes two or threo different ! lent (iiiarrels Mould taito place between viotcnt differences led to a severance of relations. It came to bo understood that tho mat- tcr of personalities had nothing to do with tho hired man's Job. Even If the ' I farmer did discharge his man after a ' quarrel, it was more often than not that' he would come around to work nirain thn next morning. districts of the Middle West stopped by In tho old days tho hired man was a 1 the, wa'sUle to talk w'th a farmer. Sev Yanltee. like his employer, and as far as f,raI ,men, wcre wrlng In the field and birth was concerned was his equal so- nt'itlt. nrtHn.1 T hnvn cnlil u'nu i rn nlml i a BUon Farm help Isn't paid $6 or fS a day. as 1 ii t ,u, ., , ... ... . 1 labor of that sort gets In the . cities and towns, but there are no more 30 a month men. More of en It Is twice or three times that, and that Includes board. ' It grates on tho farmers, especially the 1 old farmers, to pay the wages they havo 1 to nowadays, and they get together at 1 their granges and resolvo what an out- . rage It Is. But they pay It, which ls the only thing they can do. 8AI.I! OP WAI1 SAVINGS STAMPS IN NEW UNi!,ANI IN MAItOH, 1U1 MrB. F. L. Hlgglnson, New Englnnd war savings director, Issues the follow ing report of tho sales of War Savings Stamps In New England for the month ending March 31, 1919 Maine. 43,CfiU8; New Hampshire, 109.- 93.4I9.08; Rhode Island, IS0.813.76: Con- necticut, 24I,K.!; totnl, t943.C00.32. Fig-" ures for the 1919 campaign to March 31 SS.S,n5 ,208 1.Uf.!nflm "nmpsh're' ! $22,,853 a; Vermont. I1M.910 34; Massachu- setts, 11,851,474.0.'; itnoao iBiand. U25.367.86; Connecticut. 727,973.37. Total for first federal reserve dlBtrlct, 13,637,691.81, equal to 49 cents per capita for a population of 7,233,926. The housewife who studies the ads, thereby Informing herself about values and prices, would consider It a reflection on her business intelligence to be told that "you can't rely too much on what you ate In the ada." WOMEN OBJECT TO NATIONALIZATION Law Is Suspended in One Prov. ince of Northeastern Russia Iniquitous System London, April 23. (Correspondence ol tho Associated PreBO). The law providing for the nationalization of women In north. . ,ur 1 'nr,'" nd,c1 ln" I nrovlne b the result of popular outcry, to information reacKlng Lon. t no law. and make a ronort with tho ' slZ d Hs iiiraniuiu uciuy. mis ocuoii nas oeen y -Vet- 1,10 Klrasn"ya- Oazeta publishes an nc- count of tho results of nationalization. The system provides that every girl on reaching tho nge of 18 must register her name In tho bureau of free love, after which she Is compelled to select a partner from among men between 18 and no vnnru old. Tho law led to lamentable confusion -ays the Gazeta In "Judicial notions as jfc i-.o.u.i iiiviuiiiuiiliy. ! A Iew aays after the Soviet's decree, i w"'c" every woman very generally ig I10red two men' known to nobody, ar- TZTl"" - . them as wives and that tho girls, without ' f"rtlier ceremony, must submit, as they Mil lint nhSAPl-ml CArTa.Kn 1 -..I.- hd not observed tho registration rules. "Comrads Yablonovskl and Gurlakln," who sat as Judges on the claim, decided the men wero right, and the girls were hurried off. They have not since been heard of by tho village folk. This says the Gazeta was done In the name of the nationalization of women. Many other Instances of the fnntastlo operation of tho law, not to speak of Its Inhumanities, are cited by the Gazeta. Enthusiasts for nationalization, naturally all male3, raid whole villages, seize young girls and demand proof that they are not over IS. Ao this proof 13 difficult to give, many of the girls are carried oft, and there have been suicides ana murders as a . ... .... re'i 1 1mB"vc ? : to. a?cept n th,. rnmtnlltni. tirhlnh la nr...' tn ra- vise tho nationalization decree or to recommend its complete abrogation, 3lt0 Mine, Vera Arkadieff, a Bolshevik recent operations against Admiral Kol- cnaK 8 arm al rerm' . twlco wounded. Sho has bean TO PERMIT RESUMPTION OF BEER BOTTLING Government' Counsel Announce Stays Have Already Dren Taken New York, April 23. Coincident with an announcement by United States District Attorney CafTey that ho had received no Infractions from Washington to prosecute brewers distributing beer ol! 'wo and three-fourths per cent, alco holic content in violation of food conser vation regulations promulgated by tho nternal revenue department, govern ment counsel stated here to-day that tho department had taken steps to per mit resumption of beer bottling. Col lectors throughout the country have been directed, it was stated, to unseal the locks on brewery pipe lines, which havo t mained Idle since brewing was for bidden by presidential proclamation licccmber 1 last. The two announcements were made ln federal court n the course of an ar gumciit on the government's motion to dlsm ss tlie brewers' suit to restrain offi cial interference with the production ol a 2)4 per cent brow, alleged to be non intoxicating. Speculation resulted as tc whether the government's attitude. In. clud.ng authorization made early this week, of the sale of revenue stamps hlth ei to denied tho manufacturers would con tinue after the war tmio prohibition act ucuuiiivM uiieciive next imirsuay. iJis. trict Attorney Coffey and Special United States Attorney Fitts, appearing for At- tomey General Palmer In the Injunction becomes effective next Thursday. DIs. proceedings, declared they had no know ledge of the course to be pursued when tho emergency act, forbidding manufac ture after April GO and sale after Juns 30 of "beer, wine and other intoxicatlna malt or vinous beverages" goes Into op- oration. The internal revenue department's re versal of Its earlier attitude, which had been based on a ruling that beer ol ono-half to ono per cent, or greater alcohrilin content wns Intoxlr.itlnir nnd brought out during the argument before Judge A. N. Hand of William D. Guth- ""lo. Jr., counsol with Ellhu Root for tho United States Brewers' association. NO BRIGADIER GENERALS FOR HIM ne da' aftcr the clv'11 War a man wno was nmng tnrougli ttio farming liid uaicKi lies 111 ic'i uaicu lu ie.ti 11 nun ! most of them had been soldiers in the war and that among them were a num- .i"'1.0 1manbeeonv fl"??- .. ,hB that man over there," said the f "happens to have been a private,, but tho manwCIt , was a c , that c oyap thm and r , ,he ncx, ., , a h WM a coi0nel " "mdeed," said the traveler, "what kind Qf workmen are they'" "Well." said th farmer. "th rlv.it Is a first-class man nnd the corporal Is a pretty good worker." "Yes," said the traveler. "How about tho major?" "He's about so-so." "But the colonel?" persisted tin traveler. "Well," said the farmer, "1 ain't agoln' to say a word against any man that fit' In the war to aavo the Union, but I notify you right here and now, I ain't goln' tc hir ,., .' .t . "7,. A GORY ORDER A young worm, who was not familial with tho language of railroad men hap- Pened to be walking near a depot when a frelent traln was bclllK maao up, Al ,iln brakemen Bhoutcd: "Jump on hcr whor she comes by, run her down beyond thi elevator and cut her in two nnd brim tho head end up to the depot." Screaming "murderl" the young wom an turned and fled from the spot for deal life. Boston Transcript. The home-hunters are watching In. torcstedly the real estate and renting ads.