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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES; THURSDAY. MAY 1, 1919
I T Thn followinc ?." soldiers nro tne i . .. ,1 ...tin Itnvn Itml he honor of serving their country In 'ranee: 101t Ammunition Train, lth in n i in f .inn it 1 1. rsim nu . uiiu balr. Henry T. Hollo, Eugene Brll- Ion, Henry Bush, Arthur Fncto, Manuei ton, George Kccfe, Georgo Daley. Ed- located at Orovo City, Pa. When com ward J, Wall, C. G. Altmd. William iilctcd, tho now creamery will ho Murphy, M. L. nnd A. M. Smith, Junius lulppcd to handle not only whole milk u. .or lis Clrnney, Fred Minor, Judge 11. F. Wolcot I, r. Flint, D. .1, Plnnfettl, llalph Hornndlnl, Ales Slcgel, Louis 1'. Allurd, Louis Alapa, William Mnr-h, Georgo Boston trade hut u variety of milk . DeCosta, Edward Dorcy, Frank J. Valley, Hohcrt Hycrson, Erwln Thomas, llngton. Robert Faulklns Is moving Into tho houso at tho vlllago owned by Gordon I'crry, EAST SHELBURNE .'Itzgcrnld, Morris It. Goodrich, lloland Lnferr ere. Arthur A. Lapp, lloncri Urban Abalr, Thcophlle Hlmnrd, F. K Packard, .Iftmos S. O'Brien, .Icrry O'Brien, J, MCArtnur, yvicxnniivi .i. iueyp --i - ( jt mut imiu, .j, ji, nicurcnvcy, . vj. nno llncinc, sarins iicziun, dames i. 1. Wood, Leonnrd I. Henway, Lcland n.itrhrlder. Samuel Bertrnnd, Frank n . iriH.,nt i,.niiiBnnii Wlltlnm .-,., I nnrliin li'i-nnif I 4 pp n nnnu II Klrby, Edwnrd Landry, Illldcvcrt Lang- m. r.nr ir jnit'nvri'. 1111:11, 11 11 v- 1... , ft f l.ttnH U'tirrnn A. 11IUI1X. uullll. IJi ui.TivJi. ,..... Newton. Kdniour G. Nluunttc, Patrick McBrldc, W. G, ntiHhcy, Olvla Richard Ituymond Allen, Georso Flnnlgnn, Frank C. Allard and Miss Mary Atlard, After tho adjournment of tho mass meeting a meeting of the cxecutlvo commltteo wan held and Joseph Couchon was mndo clerk and O. II, Horton, treasurer. Tho com mittee nppolnted the various committee which were composed of the band commit tee, advertising committee, ticket commu te, commltteo on parade, transportation committee, banquet committee, speakers The Progressive Agricultural club will moot at tho homo of Frank At wood Friday ovcnlng Tho pupils of tho Sutton schools will furnish tho program. JERICHO CENTER products which will tako caro of Its sur plus milk during tho flush season. The company In tho past year and a half has doubled Its business and completely outgrown Its present quartern at Hhel burno Falls. It recently Increased Its capital stock from $2,500 to $10,009 for tho purpose of bulldlpg this now plant, Mr. Harrington, of whom tho company bought Its slto, was a generous subscriber to tho new stock and had the honor of re ceiving the drat stock certificate Issued, A foundation Is now being put In for a larg the ih corn, ntinthrr farm nroduco this soring. . daught X11U WllllflllUtl ,Uw,, o .... ..v.,.,..,, n . . nninmlHnnfi fn; Mm Vlntnrv Loan on JMnssacnu5CUB.-nu.i.. Miss Nora Hinsdale nnd Clark Hinsdale and taken to tho undertaking rooms former 101st Ammunition Train, who wore' In Burlington Saturday. Carl Ayer of C. It. McAllister, whoro tho funeral wcro recently discharged at Camp has been confined to the house a fow days was held Monday afternoon nt two Dovcns, returned homo Tuesday evening, with bronchlUj.-Mr. and Mrs. Henry ocloclt, tho Kov. D. O. Guest, pastor of TZKinannnn wax TO jWoscott and son, Linus, of Wllllston, tho Methodist Episcopal Church, ofll- I'ALiLiO wore In town recently. Edward Kchoo 'elating. Tho burial was In tho Bay1 T)l(J ccntenary of tho founding ot was In Richmond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. cemetery. Mr. Labardle was 74 years 0fln Fellowship, which Is being ob it. II. North wcro In Burlington recently, old nnd was a Civil War veteran. served everywhere, was fittingly cele--Mrs. Kate I'urccll Is Ill.-Scott Parcherl At a piv-.to meeting of tho hoard of brate(1 by the loral organisations Bnt from overseas Is visiting his parents, Mr. liquor license commissioners at tho City urlliy CVenlng. Tho Itev. E. H. Vraden- and Mrs. N. K, Parcher. Scott has many Hall Saturday morning a flrst-clasn II- )UrK was tho r(,a(1n(- orticor and the , thrilling ndventurcs to tell of ho was censo was granted to W. H. Larry, who Hov Dr 1t.ic0 ot Enf)t ncrkshlro wan .... , ... wounded in his right knee, In Ills race, win occupy um . ' tho principle Bpcakcr.-Tho two ovc- Mr. and Mrs. James hafford weio called Bhot ihrnUKh thc )eft ,,lp ,, bayonet American Houso on Lako street. Tho ,,, o c,ltcrtalnmcnt by tho L. O. to East Berkshire y tho death of Mrs. woundcd In his arm. All aro pleased to I'oard granted a seventh-class to Georgo H Thrs(Iny ntl Friday wero suc- SafToid'B mother, Mrs. Is G. Hodd. Tho see Scott looking so wellMrs. Ina Isham Medor ot hwanton. with permission to ccsrfuIi dcapUo tho Btorm wnch rafrC(1 luncrni was nun. ..vu,,,.-.,,, i nas returned after be ne Bono n number , i . " i,0th ovon ncs. Tho cross rccolnts wcro . vw.v. i vii, I.1H,, nm (.mil tiii lliiiiinun ui lllvorvlow foundation Is now being put In for a' funeral was he d Wednesday -Mrs. R. nRS returned after being gono a number change to tt occ. nddasslf lec rgn caning factory on tho other side of '"'"'" wn " "'lek tho ast of of months.-Mrs. Kthel Young and chit- "'oru l'cc"mo, 1,ca'' o railroad track from tho creamery nnd ' ho week to visit a re at yo, who s I.- ,,rcn havo m0VC(1 ,nlo tow. license was refused T Is Lumm t bnllrtlncM will bo readv for canning Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bullock and little I Swanton, proprietor of tho 111' " ,bU' w ' ZZlZ .CH.ng . daughter have been spending a few days I RICHMOND Hotel. Tho objection was not to M Corliss was a r. cum- mlngs, but to tho placo whoro ho de- monnell, George O. I'aro. Leon J. committee nnd reception committee. The' tho opening day of the campaign Hundny visitor nt I. L. Thompson's olrler. Kglsto H. Itnttl, 1'attl A. Stclnke, f0nowng arc on tho band commlttcp! secured subscrlptlonn amounting to At t Edward llnluska, Ki nest C. I'otvin, Corp. ooorgo II. Horton, Kdward Bashaw, John $30,000, exceeding Shclburnc's quota by Vlllug Bernard H. Dunlcvy, Cook August .1. fvrtrlnni n.i,.oritDi.,,r n.,.,m., Miua Af. t nnn Tim ...,,,t,'u r.nmmlitniv fun. Inir o Alollircoii: 1' lim iiimhuii h.. oiii Allnf.l v n,.t rnH..i. n., T 11 .iirrrtt,,. siv, ,i I'fliRsn I L.,1.. V..H1 i uii.i i 1.1 . , ... , . , v uMiiuui no, is iiuwaru nnni, vwinuii l.awrenco LaBelle. Uayld I'arron, L. - Murphy and Louis Alnpa; ticket commit high school room Friday evening. May 2. ?Jd?r ' 'ft tor UHdgow.ator. ... . - ...... i.- i.,i. i i Ing on tho same application rot an- ti.M . ,uiir h ...in 1.1. iviusio win oc lurnisiico jy inu iiikii rvnuui . . n . ,. n.o i.u- pay ltB pledge for war work of $100. Any profit above tthat sum will bo di vided between them and tho band. whoso members assisted. Hobert Duke- ivurd Lefebvn ward Dupaw Itolllc Bcnwiiy nnd Kd- Traln Headquarters, tec, 11. I. Stanhope, John C. Flint; James Grancy, Kdwnrd Wall, L. T. Mongcon slstlng of Mrs. J. S. Norton, chulrmanj Mrs. W. J. White, Mrs. Walter Sutton, Mrs. George I'ulmor, Mrs Georgo Lewis, Miss Agnes Crowley, Mrs. Walter AVolls, Mrs. W. Graham, secured $5,000 of this amount, A Oorraan parado helmet was . iurn u. luiinu, ui... " "I1'."::."' nnd Kelt Diihun; rimimlttw mi rade. jorp. twrence J"UI""J' " "b" '"" I Principal G. It. Stackpole. Arthur Valley, presented to Robert Towers, chairman nlgan: lOJrd t.. h. Infantij, ucorge Ub t nycl.son . Georgo FInnlcan .George of tho men's commltteo .who necureil Vocha Harvey Dobarc. f. the largest amount of subscriptions, lohn Ilyan (died), untied Welch . G Mr. Towers turned n signed appllca- "nV TheL,Ro ,oBhVmenrcne,c:11 G UCT amonllB to $25.750. Mrs. W. J. y- M' thur Luck. Co. PS Ueut.H.J M, Towers has presented tho 1 I 11111 til r PI . Ill.ll'fl .I II I : II I II El 1III1 IlilLLIl ! I ' - - , ' - l.1.rt n O ,,,II.IH.. . IICIIIIVl IU IJIU OIIUIUUUIU ciunc Ktun ot'ii. . rviiiur.iu. A, 102nd Machine Gun Battalion; Frort Gnnnt, U.th Co., First Motor Me chanic Ucglment. Signal Corps: Lieut. jniaiiirj. ; t vi. r run k iciwiinii, vttiuu Co. B, First Division; Ammunition Tr., Juipes Hllleby, Co. B, 24th Btn, Cana dians, u. I,, f orces: uorp. jtienry. III rvey Saunders has received his dls- ilinrir nnrl 1m nrrlvnil In Inwn. TTi ttvlu mnmhew nf Pnlntiqni. Tl IfVll'.l Til. fantry, 26th Division. He enlisted In Company G and sailed for France &cp- finhpr LT. 1017. from Hoboken. N. J. MTl.ttn l Upniiin fin artw inlnnl Ktm'nt tlco was signed he .was with his com pany, which had received orders to ad vance until 11 o'clock. Winooski was continually on the alert '.Hunter; senior warden from 8:00 p. m. Monday evening to 4:30 a. m. yesterday morning on account of the arrival of tho boys. But tho final answer to nil telepnoning was receiveu trom ttuiianu ni -:.su n. in. yraiurauy, stating that the soldiers, former members of thc old Company G, would arrive in Burlington at 5:S0 a. m. Wednesday morning. Four hundred people were on hand to greet tho boys as soon as they stopped off thc Boston train. Tho busi ness men of thc vlllago offered their automobiles to bring them from the Vnlon station to Winooski, and the American Woolen company donated tho use of Its trucks to the public. At 5:50 n. m. all tho whistles of the American Wnninn pnmnnv anil the Porter Screen company were blown for a couple of hours, the. fire and church bells were rung to announce tho arrival of tho boys nnd to show tho returning soldiers that they were Indeed tho "Welcome Heroes of the Day." They were served with sandwiches and coffee, made by some spirited young women who had risen early In order to help greet thc boys. At 8:00 a. m. a breakfast was served. The following aro thc names of the men who belonged to the 101st Am munition Train, and of many others, who have been honorably discharged from the service In thc last couple of weeks: Capt. H. Homclster, Lieut. Rob ert Hardacrc, Sergt. Alfred Ledoux, Hugh Flnnlgan and Mack McGrath, James Sullivan, Eddie Lcfebvre, r.obert McArthur, Edward Dorey, Frank BIs sonette, Augustus Mongcon. Holland Laferrlcre, James Lester, John Kelty, Eugene Brlllon, George Vocha, Stevo Debervllle, William Broulllard, Leo Ai.nii. nnrv Ahntr nl Oulllette. Frank Ignaszewski, George Terrault. C. Warner, Edward Galuska, Hlldebert Langlols, Frank Greenough and Leonard Benway. They were all former members of thc old Company G and have to their crpdlt 18 months of active service In France. Some have been wounded and gassed, but now they are all enjoying perfect health. Tho town committee which took charge about bringing the boys home was composed ot tne iouowiug men: John OBrlcn, H. I. Stanhope, Charles A. Barber, Georgo Keefe, George Daley, Lester Cruise, Village President Bert Dubuc and Eugene Richard. Tho Woodmen committee appointed to help receive tho boys was composed of the following. Charles Lavalley, William M. McGuIre, Alfred Marquette and I.ouls Abalr. Each and ovcry club In the vlllago has taken part and helped do its best to give tho returning boys :i good reception. There wcro a num ber of soldiers from St. Albans and geon and G. W. Whitney; reception com mlttce, board of village trustees and se lectmen of the town of Colchester. Tho committee as a whole will meet Friday evening nt 7:30 o'clock In Horton' hall to make report nnd to complete arrange ments. Edward Bessette of Hull died of appendicitis nt the Mary Fletcher hos pital Tuesday at 9:00 p. tn. He loaves besides his mother and father, eight brothers and three sisters. Tho serv ice will bo held Friday morning at eight o'clock with burial In St. Francis Xavlcr cemetery. ESSEX JUNCTION The annual election of olllcers of Ethan Allen Lodge, F. and A. M., was hold last Thursday with tho following elected: Worshipful master, Dr. J. A. M. B. Clark: Junior wnrden, William Wool; treasurer, I. E. Huntley: 5-ecretnry, J. H. Vlele; senior deacon, N. J. Boyden; Junior wnr den, F. F. MacKenzic; Fonlor steward, G. L. Howard; Junior steward, Harris Drury; tylcr. George W. Taft; chaplain. W. E. Gregory; marshal, Henry Baldwin. Tho lodge Is In a prosperous condition and a largo number of members havo been added to the roll of membership. Tho marriage of Miss Jessie Delphlne, daughter of Vital Yandow of Park street, and John J. Enrlght of Burlington was solemnized early Tuesday morning at the Church of thc Holy Family by thc pastor, thc Itev. J. B. E. Poullot. The bridal pair left on thc 7:10 a. m. train for Boston, Now York, Philadelphia and Washington. Upon their return, as soon as repairs' are completed on tho house which Mr. Enrlght recently purchased ot Mrs. C. S. Isham, South Wlllard street, Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Enrlght will be nt home to their friends. On account of recent deaths In tho fami lies of both contracting parties, the wed ding was very quiet. Miss Yandow for merly lived In Burlington, where sho la well and favorably known, and came to Essex Junction several yenrs ago to caro for an Invalid mother, where she has made a host of friends. Mr. Enrlght Is one of Burlington's prominent lawyers, and Is United States commissioner. Both have the best wishes of their numerous acquaintances. Mrs. J. D. Dufresne, who, with h.'r hus band nnd little child, has been visiting Mrs. Farrish Patten, is very ill at Mrs. Nellie Martin's sanitarium, threatened with pneumonia. public library, Thc trustees and librarian ot the li brary wish to express their apprecia tion of the gift. There will be n meeting of the Ladles' Improvement society this afternoon nt the homo of Mrs. C. M. Russell. HUNTINGTON Fred Scars died very suddenly at his homo Saturday afternoon. Hu laid down on tho couch after dinner, asking his wlfu to call him ut four o'clock. When she went to arouse him and could not Dr. Falby was hastily summoned and at once pronounced life extinct. Ho leaves a wife, four daughlcrs and one son, who have the sympathy of tho community In this unexpected sorrow. Tho Missionary society met nt tho parsonage Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. Adams. The Thursdny evening prayer torvlco will be with Mr. and Mrs. John Pics cott. Mrs. George Swlnycr Is 111. CHARLOTTE Ulcers wero elected; President, C, C. Blckncll; vice-president, E. B. Jor dan; secretary, Mrs. Mary Ransom; treasurer, Mrs. Kllza Thompson; collec tor, W, S. Ncnly; cxecutlvo committee, E. T. Mnloney, Mrs. Kato Isham, F. A. Stile!-. MILTON An entertainment "Tho Goose Creek Line," was given at St. Ann's hall last evening. Tho proceeds wero for tho benefit of tho Milton schools. The W. C. T. U will hold Its annual meeting Tucsdny, May 6, at threo oclock with Mis. II. II Fuller. The every member canvass for the United Church last Sun day was very successful. A lunch was served nt tho Congregational vestry to tho canvassers beofro the evening ser-1 vice, while the results of tho canvass wero brought togethor. Tho Rev. F. E. Talbco nnd family havo arrived In town nnd will occupy the Congregational par r.onnso ns soon ns their goods artlve. Charles Morrlsey has sold his farm to Arthur Kennedy. Eugeno Laraway has sold his houso on River street to the International Paper company. News has been received of the arrival of Lawrence Martin nt Brooklyn nftcr about two yearn duty overseas. Ho la now HI with Influenza at a base hospital at Brooklyn. Mrs. June Flynn has sold her place on Railroad street to M. J. Perry. Joseph Parrot has moved to Swanton and will make his homo with his sister, Mrs. Dclcucy. who has been keeping house for him for several years. Mrs. James Barbour has sold her placo on North River street to Robert Rich. Mrs. Maty Williams nnd daughter, Mrs. F. II. Chossmorc, of Joncs vllle, leavo this week for Washing ton, 1). ('., to visit relatives. Master Sidney Falby Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. O. II. Root of Boston. Owing to the un pleasant night, there was a small attend, ance at tho supper given by tho Ladles' Aid Friday. About $K was realized. M, O. French is ill with a bad attack of grip. Tho plany. "Clubbing a Husband," was repeated hi Shelburno Wednesday eve ning. Miss Kate Smith of Burlington visited relatives In town last week. Mrs. Ffter Auchmnn and family have gone to Mlddlebury to join Mr. Auchman, who has a position near there Lieut. Howard Walton of the Canadian mounted rifles of Brockton has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. P. Ramsey. ESSEX CENTER There will bo a base ball benefit boxi social and promenade at tho high school building Friday night. Thcro will be an admission fee and tho boxes will bo sold at auction to the highest bidders The public is Invited. Miss Dorothy Nash, who has been elected to the home economics and hlhtory departments of the high school as a member of the 1913-20 faculty, returned to Mlddlebury Tuesday aft er spending the week-end in town as a guest of Miss Marlon Dean. Prln. E. W. Bralloy was in Montpelier and Burlington Monday on business rela tivc to tho junior and Junior-senior high school judging contests to be held in September nt the State fair. Thn Federated Sunday school have elect cd the following officers for the ensuing year: Superintendent, Mrs. Ell Whltton; assistant superintendent, E. W. Bralley; secretary and treasurer. Miss Luella My- about materials needed can bo obtained i crs; assistant secretary and treasurer. from Mrs. T. C. Clark. Mrs. Hugh Hlxby; organist, Mrs. Ralph Tho Rov. John L. Fort from Chicago 1 Wool; executive commltteo, Mrs. C. H. occupied tho pulpit in the Methodist Weed, Mrs. F. M. Blgelow, .Miss Mary Church Sunday. Mr. Fort was pastor Pease; entertainment committee, E. W. of this church somo 23 years ago. His Bralley. Arthur Hurdy, Miss Mildred son, Joyce, was with him. Bishop Rlxby, Miss Luella Myers, Miss Marlon Warne was also hero Sunday and held Dean, Mrs. Hugh Rlxby: ldokout commlt a service in tho church at threo o'clock, i toe, Mrs. Georgo Sharpley, Mrs. Ralph Roy Lamson from Burlington was In Wool, Mrs. Walter Westcott, Miss Eva. -At tho annual Business meeting of the orcilcatra ,The marriage of Miss Rebecca lllugo improvement society tno follow- McGovern nnd William McGraw, former ly of St. Albans, took place at tho Church of Our Lady of tho Holy Rosary Mon day morning nt eight o'clock, tho Rev, A. P. Clermont performing the ceremony. Miss Ruth Crosby of Burlington wns maid of honor and Mr. Marcett of St. Albans best mnn. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of tho bride after which the happy couple left for Now Jersey, where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McGnrghan wero In Montpelier Sunday to attend the fu neral of tho late John Glenncy. Miss Barrett of Jericho was the guest of her sister over Sunda. Prln. E. .1. Clouso has roturned from Hardwlck, where ho was called by the death ot his mother. Charles Berry was recently the guest of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. George Barney have pur chased of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gauvln there house and will take possession of same at once. Miss Mary Murphy ot Shelburno was the guest of her uncle, M. Murphy, over Sunday. J. W. Berry was In New York last week to meet his brother. Major Stanley Berry, who rc cently returned from France. Tre Richmond delegation to thc con ferenco for girls will include four mem bers of the Christian Endeavor society of tho Congregational Church They aro Miss Melissa Otmstead, Miss Fredcrlcka Teelyca, Miss Beatrice Shaud, and Miss Edna Pettlbone. Rutland promises to give tho girls of Vermont a grand three days such ns the boys hnve several times enjoyed previous to the war. In different places of conference led by the Y. M. C. A. The present meetings arc conducted by tho Y. W. C. A.-The "Aid Circle" of King's Daughters will meet Friday In the parlors of tho Congrcga tlonal Church and will bo entertained by Mrs. Barron and Mrs. Harlcy Kenyon. other location will bo hold May 2 at (,uartors ond traVol from there for th WILLISTON Miss Hazel I. Cassidy, home demon stratlon agent for Chittenden county, will hold a flreless cooker beo in tho town hall May 9 at 10 o'clock in tho morning. Those who attend arc requested to bring a picnic lunch. Further Information HINESBURG town last week. Miss Jessie Johnson Is ill with measles and bronchitis. Mrs. Morton James, who has been qulto III, Is able to bo out. Mrs. Elmer Pino and daughter, Genevieve, from Mont pelier and a daughter from Holyoko, Mass., visited friends In town last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Mctcalf, who Bpent Easter week with their par- Knn.shurc Falls who wero tho guests -" "-".'" " ..:'' f tho citizens ot Winooski yesterday. I "0,,,or JelPs m " pc" , Last evening in Hortons hall a mass Burlington to the b Mney Tl e place meeting was called In order to perfect ast week. The Ho. H. G. Banks at plans for a banquet and parade which t"ded tho funeral of tho Rev. P. L. will be given the : Winooski boys Sat- , '.he d In 'r . Vlllago president ueri - . - , urday cvenlng Dubuc called tho meeting to order and loscph Couchon was nominated ns lerk. Tho commltteo which was ap pointed Monday evening to make ar rangements for the banquet made a report to tho effect that nil returning soldiers wcro to be given a banquet nt the New Sherwood In Burlington Saturday evening at eight oclock. This banquet will bo free of charge to all . .. .1 (jnt.llftcu rtf WlnnnRlfl nml u lO.lUIHVU nu.Mi. w. .....ww , - limited amount of tickets will bo sold lo tho people of tho village. It is planned to make this one of the. host nnd biggest banquets that has been held In thin village or Burlington. Anyone company from Bristol last week. JONESVILLE. Mis. .1. B. Atkins and Mrs. Benjamin Douglas returned from New York Sun day, whoro they have been to meet their brother, Llcut.-Col. Berry. Mrs. Earl Bullock and little daughter are visiting relatives in town. William Canton has moved to Bellows Falls. Mr. Buxton It. moving Into tho houso vacated by Mr. Canton. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Whnlen lluntlev: teachers as follows: No. 1 pri mary. Miss Ruth Kenyon; No. 2, Mrs. Hugh Blxby; No. 3, Mrs. Georgo Blxby; No. I, Mrs. Carrie Westcott; adult class, G. ('. Westcott; bcnlor adult, Mrs. F. M. Illgeloiv, young people's class, E. W. Bralley. MILTON BORO Miss Kathryne Howard has resigned her position as teacher of tho Milton Boro school. Miss Mahlo Nowton will tako her place Mildred Evarts spent Sunday nt It. K. Bullock's. Mrs. William Gonyenu spent Thursday nt tho homo of her daugh ter, Mrs. Harry Ilichards. Charlotte Carr was at the homo of William Decker April Ducll Decker is home from Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Francis Blssonette nnd son, Emanuel, have gone to Springfield, Mass., having received word that their son, Arcnle, was just alive with pneu monla at tho hospital there. Miss Mary Somers has returned to her school In Pittsburg, N. H. Mrs. Edward Kelley has returned home from tho Fanny Allen hospital. Lynn Patrick and Ralph Mc Kcnzlo visited their parents Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Somers returned home from tho Mary Fletcher hospital Saturday. Claude Holcomb has tho mumps. Carrie and Hazel LaBelle aro 111 with the measles. Miss Hazel I. Cassidy, county home demonstration agent, will conduct a tire less cooker bco at thc town hall Satur day afternoon, May 3, at 1:30 o'clock. Further Information can bo obtained re garding this bee from Mrs. F. A. Hcfilon. Mrs. Fred Lawrence died April 17, at her home from a shock. Interment was hi North Ferrlsburg. Sho Is survived by her husband, six sons and two daugh ters, Walter. Milo, Floyd, Fred and Kenneth of this town, Herbert of Rob llndale. Mass., Mrs. W. Blanchard of Ticonderoga, N. Y , and Miss Bessie of Hinesburg. Mrs. W. Blanchard of Ticonderoga, N. Y., was called home by tho death of her mother, Mrs. Fred Laurence. EAST CHARLOTTE The mid-week prayer meeting will be held on Thursday evening of this week at tho homo of Mrs. Cornelia Claxton. A May-Day supper will bo given at tho vestry by tho Ladles' Aid society next Friday evening. Tho Ladles will be gin serving supper at six o'clock. Tho body of Mrs. Idello Powell, wife of Wes ley N. Powell, which was placed In the vault of Lako View cemetery in Burl ing last winter, was brought hero Sun day morning for Interment In Morn ingsidc cemetery. Prayers wcro Bald at the gravo by Lieutenant Vinton W. Mitchell, student preacher for thc Bap tist society here. Mr. Powell and his family wore former residents in Char lotte. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Jewell at tended burial services nt Ferrlsburg Center, Saturday, for Russell Jewell, tho formers cousin, who died In Ben nington early In March and whoso body has since been in a receiving vault In Bennington awaiting Interment In Ferrlsburg. County Agent, Roy W. Peaslee, at tho farm of G. M. Hazard Thursday afternoon will conduct a pig self-feeding demonstration. Mr. Painter, of tho Extension Service will bo present nnd will give a talk on feeding and pasturing. Miss Hazel I. Cassidy, homo demonstration agent, will give a tire less cooking demonstration and how to manufacture one, at tho Baptist ves try at two o'clock in tho afternoon. Word' comes of tho mnrriago of Miss Christina Volgt, daughter of E. R. Volgt HUNTINGTON CENTER Mrs. Clarence Swlnycr and children of Rochester are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Liberty. Mrs. W, L. Ring and Mrs. H. L. Hallock are ill T. R. Strong visited friends in Bristol tho first of last week. Mrs. Jerusha Taft Is with Mrs. Purlngton In Storks boro. WEST BOLTON H. N. Wood of Wllllston is here with a gang of men cutting pulp wood for the Hamilton. Gnrvey Lumber company of Now York. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bald win and little son of Shoreham wero re cent visitors at B. M. Munger's. Ber tram Streeter of New London, Conn., who recently arrived from overseas. Is visiting friends nnd relatives In town. N. B. Hall has returned from Cambridge. Twenty-five couples attended tho dance Wednesday evening at tho Grange hall. Mr. and Mrs. Honry Bartlctt of Underhlll Center visited Mr. nnd Mrs. James Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bullock havo gone to Concord, Mass., to reside. Academy, 111 with tonsllltls. Mrs. Fern I of this town, and Arthur Fisher of Richards is at the homo of her father, 1 Rchcncctndy, N. Y., on Wednesday William Decker. Vernon Bullock nnd Hairy Richards were in St. Albans April 26. WESTFORD Mr. and Mrs. Ruol Orton of Bur lington were in town Sunday. Mrs. were In Montpelier Sunday lo attend 1 Byron Houg of Grand Islo came Snt- h funeral. Arthur Latt arrived In town Wednesday morning after being overseas for 18 months.-Mrs. F. II. Chessinore leslrliiB tickets may procure them of J uccomPanled by her mother, left for inyono ot tno iickci comniuiee or ni Richards drug store. In order to give tho boys an idea of what tho people wish to do in their behalf the. vari ous committees are planning to havo n parade aB well as a banquet and ill Interested aro urged to do ihelr best to join the parado and to make as big a showing ns possible. Theio will be cars Washington. D. C Monday night. Mis. Chessmoro will Bpend two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Lee. UNDERHILL MIfs Helen Sinclair is teaching school In tho English settlement. Miss Hope urday to visit her brother, Armond Osgood, who has been very ill with pneumonia, but who la now gaining, Frank Smith has gono to Washing- morning, April 23, nt Troy, N. Y., They will spend tho summer with MrB. Fish er's father, in the southern part of Charlotte. If weather conditions arc favorable tho troop of Boy Scouts will take a hlko to Thompsons Point next Saturday to visit a cave there. Mrs. Howard Stearns, who Is slowly recov ering from a severe illness. Is with her parcntH, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Fonda, at present for an indefinite stay, to rest and recuperaic. .urn. nuiun wnauoy, Franklin County ST. ALBANS Three licenses were granted nnd ono application refused by the Franklin county board of liquor license commis sioners. Dr. F. N. Ilaff of Swanton, S. W. Russell of Hlghgatc and John Cushing of this city, following a public hearing held Thursday afternoon at the city court room In the City Hall. Licenses were Issued as follows: First class to Frank T. Miles; Owen Marron at the St. Albans House; se'cnth class, Frank E. Shechan In the American House. Tho llccr.se re fused was a first class applied for by Frank A. Stcbblns for the Park View Hotel. The licence was not granted to Mr. Miles until thc commissioners had been Informed by a lister and the city clerk that Mr. Miles had resigned his office ns a lister. Licenses cannot bo granted to any one holding a public of fice, other than that of notary public, In the case of Mr. Shcehan, the board decided that In thc event of second class licenses being granted that no may change the form of his license from tho seventh to the second class. There were no voluntary appearances before tho board, the only persona present at the hearing being the applicants or their friends. The commissioners went into conference immediately at the close of the public hearing. Kenneth W. Bartlctt, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bartlett and Miss Horten.se M. Charron, youngest daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. Alfred Charron of Newton street, wero united In marriage Thursday morning at 7:45 o'clock nt the Holy Angola' Church, tho Rev. L. R. Desrochcrs officiating. They were attended by Alfred Chnrron, brother ot the bride, and Clara Bartlctt, sister of tho groom Mrs. Esther Cnmpano has announced thc marriage engagement of her daugh tor, Miss Beatrice Cnmpano to Waltor J. Clark of this city, Tho marriage will take place soon The divorce case of William Goslcy vs, ,! nii. and her sister. Mrs. Burleitrh. 1 K"'y Goslcy was tried In the Frank ton to sco his sister. Miss Annio Smith, nf inHa .and sou. who are horoi11" county court April 22 and a bill was who Kiilfered a shock about a niontli 1 for t10 BUmmcr, havo returned from i granted on tho ground of wilful dosertlon. ago, Frank Lougn expects to move to a viit r several days with their nls- Watson & McFeoters appeared for the the G. A. Rico house at tho village May tcrs, Mrs. Tower, of Shelburno, and Mrs. 1. His farm has been rented. Lieu- Hart ol South Burlington. Albert Cart tenant Mason of the regular army spoke er has a tolcphono Installed at his real- In tho Interest of tho Vlrtory Liberty dencc. Charles Dow and K. R. Volgt, Scrlbner has returned homo from Wol- j i0il .,t t,0 town hall Friday evening, havo returned homo from a week-end colt after spending several days with to accommodate the crowds and to take , frlcmls.-w. u. j-uor is vismng una wock nrnriru over to llnrlliiL-ton t a. at Essex Junction. MIsb Ada Benedict Is given point, where they will form in lino lo march to the Now Sherwood. It Ih planned to havo at least l.ono people In the parade which will be headed by Sherman's Military band. Before starting for Burlington Sherman s Mllitniy band will give a concert from six to seven o'clock In the evening. Georg Horton, a former soldier, made a motion that a collection bo made from the men present which wns unnnlmously seconded and tho collection wns made, The sum of $08.30 was collected to defray tho expenses of hiring a baud for tho evening. Remniks were made by may prominent citizens as to tho ways and means of entertaining tho boys nnd many of thn suggestions wero accepted and adopted. It wan ,. . , i . . . i . i i decided o mune nunuwio' muuuni Day, Agent v. vviiiim-y wn iiiuhuih and mndo a few remarks which were passing a fuw days with friends In Bui- llngton. Dr. A. L. Fogg has received his discharge fiom tho United States medical icservo corps nnd has returned homo to resume his practice. Tho youngest son of E. W. Qulnn is ill with measles. Mr. and Mrs. Thomnn Kelley aro parents of a boy born Inst Wednesday. .Mrs. Vlctoi Plant of Burlington has been passing n fow days with her daughter, Mrs. Kelley giving an Interesting account of his visit in New Haven with tho formers' brought t experiences In France. Tho Westford Mr - f .Ba.-F. W Car- Dchcra pcilll'l null iw..- . .. iowiwiuu to Colchester Center, Thursday to at tend 11. H. Carpenter's auction of farm property. Mrs. Wnltcr Horeford, who lion been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fonda, for a weok, has re turned to her homo In ColchcBter. H. II. Fnrrand of Bakersfteld, is visiting his daughter, Mm. F. W. Carpenter, In definitely. Mrs. rarrancl, who accom bund furnished music for tho occa sion. The commltteo in charge of tho canvass Is as follows; Chairman. A. II. Rice; Fred Wilcox, Clyde Howard, MIIcb Nelson, Rolllu Irlhh, William Macom ber, T. W. Grow, Georgo Stuart, Holla Perry, Frank Irish, Grant Hobart; Mrs. R. A. Perry Is chairman of tho women's committee. Other members are: Mrs. libcllant. The body of Theodoro Desrochcrs, brother of the Rev. L. R. Denrochers, pastor of Holy Angels' Church, who died Thursday In Montreal ot paralysis, was to St. Albans Friday. Sir. was a secretary In Notro Hart motored Damo hospital and was 50 years old. Ho was not married and Is survived by his brother nnd a sister, Mrs. Charles Dcnonville. The funeral took placo Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock at tho Holy Angels' Church, tho Rev. L. R. Dcsrochra officiating. Tho burial was In Mt. Calvary cemetery. Word has been received that Miss Ethel M. Hermann sailed April 23 on the iilnu o'clock in thc morning. At a special meeting of the city council Monday afternoon nt four o'clock F. Rey nolds was elected to fill tho vacancy on tho board of listers caused by tho resig nation of Frank T. Miles, who resigned to bo eligible for a license to sell Intoxi cating liquors. Theodoro S. Houghton Is tho only original member of tho boara. Ex-Mayor H. W. Ballard resigned booh after We began his duties n nster nnd Arthur G. Tcnney wns appointed to fill thc vacancy. Joseph L. Paquet and Miss Harriet rlndlo wcro married Mondny morning at eight o'clock at St. Mary's Church by tho Kov. Bernard W. McMahon. Tho couplo were ushered In by C. R. McAllister and M. E. Barnes and attended by Mls3 Katn ryn Ilornbrook as bridesmaid and Daniel Shechan as best man. A wedding break fast was served at thc homo of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Prlndle. Thirty-four friends of L. T. Pare called on him Sunday afternoon, the day being tho anniversary of his birth. An nddress was read by his niece, Miss Heainco Gervais. Dolores Guay and Agnes Lanier, two llttlo nieces of Mr. Pare, noted as flower girls. Supper was served after which music and recltntlons wero en joyed. Among Mr. Pare's gifts was a purso of gold. Captain John F. Sullivan, one of tho old First Vermont Infantry cnptnlns, who Is now stationed at Camp Dcvens, follow ing his return from Europe where ho served with tho army of occupation, is spending a two weeks' furlough at his home here. Captain Sullivan landed at Hoboken about two weeks ago and after a short period at Camp Morritt, N. J., he was transferred to Camp Dcvens with a detachment of New England men. After a long period of training in this country with tho 57th Pioneer regiment, ho went to France and wns transferred to tho 61st regiment of the Fifth Division with which he herved with the army of occupation at Vlppach in Luxemberg. Up to date tho Franklin County Tele phone company has not ndvanced Its rates hut Manager E. J. St. Clair stated Monday morning that, while tho company had taken no action on rates as yet, such action wns to be expected In the near future. The Increase in wages ot the employes ns a result of the strike is the Immediate cause of the increase of rates, Two men took the clerk-carrier ex amination for positions In tho local post office, held at tho federal building Satur day, and four men wcro examined for tho position of rural carrier to fill vacancies In Franklin county. A phase of tho school question In St. Albans of Interest especially at this time, which will bo discussed at tho special city meeting to be held at the City Hall Thursday evening. Is whether the board of school commissioners has efficiently handled tho city money appropriated for the schools. During the past few weeks Supt. Georgo S. Wright has written at length on different phases of the St Albans school question and especially dwells on the question whether the city has received, In the past, full value for money expended. Tuesday morning a trench mortar greeted St. Albanians as they passed tho northwest corner of Taylor park. From whence It came no ono seems to know, but It looks like one that w.ib a part of thc exhibit of tho war exhibit train which visited this city last Thursday for the purpose of arousing Interest In the Ic tory Liberty Loan. It Is understood that the government is looking for the gun and has requested that it must be produced. So it will bo loaded on a car and shipped to Uncle Sam ,V well, the existence of which had not been thought of for the past -10 or more years that the Hatch Hardware company has occupied Its store on North Main street, was found Tuesday morning when ii clerk, Lawrence Menard, poked his broom through a rotten plank whllo cleaning a corner of a cellar. He was startled to hear a splash like substance falling Into water. Tho Rev. J. W. Cox has returned to the homo of his daughter, Mrs. S. W Anthony, from Montreal, where Friday evening ho had conferred upon him by the Congregational College the degree of doctor of divinity, honoris cnusa. The condition of Annie May Gibson of Fairfield, who Is receiving treatment at tho St. Albans hospital, Is Improved, Tho entertainment and dance given n the City Hall Tuesday evening under tho auspices of St. Albans Aerie, No. 1,205, F. O. E., was largely attended. The en tertulnmcnt was In the form of a minstrel show nnd some of St. Albans mos prominent stars wero In the cast, In eluding E. H. Roycc, J. J. Lane nnd J Zlllenger. A bevy of pretty girls for tho chorus helped greatly In making the en tertainment a success. Tho setting of the stage, under tho direction of II. L. Chad wick, was novel and picturesque. Tho background wns of flags and red, white and blue bunting. In the center back ground was the statuo of Liberty with her lighted torch, and directly above her hung a large gold eagle, symbols of free dom and democracy. The lighting effect which added greatly to tho splendor o tho scene wns in chargo of Chnrle LcClalr. Following tho entertainment dancing was enjoyed. Felton's orchestra furnishing music. Cox Grain company. C. A. Janes has returned from Wnl tham, Mass., where ho has been employ ed for several months past. He is em ployed at present by tho Nestles Food company here. J. M. Young haB been ad vanced from tho position of bookkeeper with the Nestlo company to that of as sistant superintendent, which position had not been reguarly filled, since tho present BUpcrlntendent waa advanced at tho time E. W. David left here. Mr. Young lias earned his right to tho position by years of faithful service. Lloyd Duffy, of Barre, passed Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duffy, on Depot street. Sirs. L. II. Pomcroy and dnughter, Lu cille, went lo tho homo of hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, H. E. Towle, of South. Franklin, Sunday, after passing tho win ter with Mrs, Pomeroy's parents here. Miss Marguerite Hall, of St, Albans hos- 'pltal passed Sunday with her par ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Hall, Jr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hall and their children wero guests of Mr. Hall's brother, C. T. Hall, In Montgomery Sunday. Mrs. Roy E. Strohecker has returned to Morrlstown, N. Y., after passing the week with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Olln Morrill on Orchnrd Btrcot, Mrs. H. W. Abbott of Medina, N. Y., passed Sunday with her sister, Miss Edna Pierce, In tho home of . B. F. McFeeters. A letter received here Saturday from M. A. Aseltlne In Franco, says the papers asking his discharge on account of his father's health, which left here early In February, had Just been returned with favorablo action and he would return as soon as he could secure passage. Dr. C. A. Pratt was a business visitor In Burlington the last of the week. The Rev. L. C. Denny went to Pouitney Monday on business. Tho Unity class of the Methodist Sunday school held a social last evening at the home of Mrs. Olln Merrill on Orchard street. Mrs. W. S. Roble of Bakersfleld recently passed a few days at the homo ot her son, F. W. Roble. J. H. Reed is moving his family from a tenement of W V. Phelps on Pleasant street, where they have .lived during tho winter, to the homo farm In the eastern part of the town. Robert Larabec of Berkshire was In town, Monday, on hli return from Burlington, where he had passed Sunday with his sister. Miss , Dorothy, a student at the University ot Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Blouln of St. Albans havo been visiting in the home of O. E. Blouln on Mlsslsquol street. Tho first quarterly conference ol the eMthodlst Episcopal Church waa held Monday evening at the home of M. P. Perlcy. The Rev. E. W. Sharp, dis trict superintendent ot St Johnsbury, presided. By an unanimous vote, tha pastors salary was increased $300. The annual meeting of tho Commercial and Civic club was held Tuesday evening In the Philemon club rooms. There waa a good attendence of members and there was discussion of various live topics ot public interest. Mr. Wallace of the educa. tlonal committee emphasized the im portance of practical training. In refer ring to the work in connection with the county fair he stated that G. L. Nichols of this town offers a registered Jersey bull calf to tho person under IS years of age, who shall raise tho best calf this season and exhibit it. Howard Kimball told eomo matters of Interest about the band. Mr. Merrill showed up the matters In connection with the highways and sewers In a wonderfully Illuminating talk. J. B, Kimball suggested some work that might be done to Improve tho mail facilities. Other speakers included W. G. Fassett, H. W. Towle, W. V. Pholps, V. A. Irish. E. J. Tylcr, the Rev. W. B. Dukcshlre, F. M. Carpenter, E. E. Derby, Dr. C. G. Abell, O. L. King, E. W. David and Dr. R. B. Thomas. The following officers were elected: A. J. Croft, presi dent; J. G. Gaines, vice-president; J. O. Kimball, secretary-treasurer; F. II. Brown, D. M. Rose, L. A. Depatle, S. C. Towle, executive committee. Refresh ments, including warm sugar were s-erved In Foresters' hall. Tho report ot the treasurer showed a balance of over $200 on hand. B. W. David, assistant general superintendent, nml J. H. McKtutey, divisional superintendent of the Nestlo Food company, who aro on a visit to the plant of tho Federal Packing company, ono of their 2S factories In this country, served a chicken supper in the parieh hall to tho employes Tuesday evening. The Ladles' Vlllago Improvement society were In charge and 77 covers wore laid. Tho body of Ell Wethcrby of North Troy was brought here Saturday morning. Services conducted by tho Rev. W. B. Dukeshlre were held in thc Baptist Church and Interment was In the Mlsslsquol cemetery. Mr. Wethcrby for merly lived in town. A three-ycnr-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Billow died Monday after a four days' illness of measles nnd pneumonia. Mrs. Allen Trudcau of Sheldon has been passing a, few days with her daughter, Mrs. J. O. Klmball.-Mre. S. A. Miller and daugh ter of St. Albans wero recent guests in tho homo of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Budd.-M. P. Perlcy has been shut In recently with eye trouble, At an examination at tho local post office Saturday thero were six candi dates for rural cnrrlers nnd four for an assistant In tho office Tho annual meet ing of Enosburg Falls corporation will bo held In opera hall Tuesday evening, Mrs. Allco E. (Odell) Corliss, wifo o J, O. Corliss, died nt her homo on Blbh- ! May 0. op street Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock after an Illness of throe years. I bWANTON Tho funeral arrangements have not j ncputy Collector of Customs C. C. Gale, been completed. Brides her husband. who ,m8 bcen , clmrR0 of ,ho ,oca, Mrs. Corliss Is survived by three sis tors. Miss Amnndn Odell, of PlattBburg, '. V.V.T' kX. , Vt Vii r, W i S. D. Seward, of Rlchford. Mr. Sewi Albert Wilsey, both of Lacolle, Quo., and , " . ... ,., . ,' , , 0. ..... for several months, has been transferred to Montreal. His placo has been take( J. E. Allen, Mrs. Florence Calkins, Mrs. ,mnc,i j,or husband is with hor daugh- Holland-American lino Rotterdam for Rolllu Irish, MrB. Edward Gale, Mrs. ,c,.( Mrft 0rey Baldwin at Monkton for France, where she Ib to do Y. M, C. A. -Mrs. J. W. Atchlnson received n post- u nomnKUe, Mrs. S. II. Howard, ard shower Wodnsday, It being her birth- Mrt) Jennie Osgood. Mrs. Ray Lewis, e: day. Mrs. Bennlo Chasn was nt the Funny Allen hospital Wednesday tn seo her daughter, Harriot, who Is convales- SHELBURNE Tho Shclburne Co-operative Creamery company has purchased from Henry Harrington a lot on which it proposes nlenHanlly received by those present nnd man begin the erection of a now, modern he wns mauo cnairman ex-onn:io or me meeting and was given a rising vote of thanks. The following wero appointed to serve on tho executive committee: C. A. Barber, Bert Dubuc, board of vlllago trustees, board of selectmen, C. S. Lord, Prln. G. R. Stackpole, Louis Mongeon, Ihe Rev, R. H. Waehburno, H, I. Stan hope, F. Edward Allard, George H. Hor- creamery plant. The lot has u frontage ot 150 feet on thc main street In Shel burno vlllago and runs west to tho tracks of the Rutland railroad which will glvo thn company the best of shipping facili ties. Plans aro now being prepared for the building which is to be constructed somewhat along tho lines of the United States covernment's model creamery Mrs. Georgo Stuurt, Mrs. Fred Wilcox Thero will bo nn extension school for women In this town May H and 15, The program will bo announced later. Karl B. Boyco of the U. S. marines will speak nt tho town hall Friday evening. May 2. There will bo n short program by tho rhildron of the village school. Music will be furnished for a promenade and ice cream will bo sold. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perry, Jr., of Fairfax wero tho guests of Mr. and Mis, Frank Perry re- J cently. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carpenter ot uuiungion and Asa iioimcs, wuo lias beon In a training camp In Arcadia, Cali fornia, wero guests ot Mr, and Mrs. M. II. Irish Monday. Frank Longe has rented his furm to Fred Baker of Bur- tho present. work. Miss Christina A. Volght of this placo News has been received that a son, nnd Arthur W. Fisher of 409 Mumford Chandler H., wns born April 23 to Mr. street, Schenectady, N. Y., wcro married and MrB. Walter Murray of Providence, April 23 ly '10 Ucv' A' w' Il0Ke"B at it. ,1. Mrs. Murray Is the daughter of 1106 State street i ney wcro aucnaea by Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Sebast, After a wedding trip they will be nt homo at North Ferrlsburg. ST. GEORGE Miss Clclly Donahue was a visitor in Burlington Snturday.-Mr. and Mr. Laur- Welllllgcr, uuugni.r, aiiuic, ana Mr. nnd Mrs. It. B. Davis of this city. C. W. O. Moore of this city hns been appointed chief clerk of tho disbursing department of tho Central Vermont rail road, United States railroad administrn tlon, to (ill tho vacancy caused by the resignation of C, H. Anderson, c. W, Sheehan has bcen appointed chief clerk of tho freight department to till tha Inn iviurence, wero in Burlington Sntur-. vacancy caused by the promotion of Mr. son, 1 ' , n , , . i Mnnt-A. tin. ur I nai tn win, hiih daiui i ------- day .i in nurllngton.-Mr. and Mrs. A. B WllllHinB and two children and Mr. Wll Hams' father and mother of Burlington visited ut the homo of Ira Chase Sunday. The body of Georgo Labardle, who died nt tho Soldiers home In Benning ton Saturday morning of brlghts dlscaso wus brought to this city Saturday night one brother, William Odell, of Cadillac, I Mich ' Frank H. Tapper, who recently re-1 reived his discharge from tho navy, has returned to Burlington, where ho will rcuuino his position ns night sta tion master at the Union Station. Ho hns been visiting his parents, at tho home of his father, George H Tuppcr. Lieut, Klleno Lawrence, who has beon ovursoas with tho American Red Cioss , for tho Inst year, hiis arrived In this city nnd Is at tho home of her puronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Truman Lawrence. Nows has heen received of tho birth of a nine-pound son to Ml-, nnd Mrs. Paul 11. Lynch of Somersworth, N. H for merly of this city. Capt. Raymond V. N. Bliss, medical corps, has beon nppolnted surgeon-lu-chief ot General Hospital, No. 31, Car lisle, Pa., u United States army hospital of 600 patients from tho overseas force. Captain. Bliss Is tho son of Fred W. Bliss of Georgia and is well known In this city. Charles Smith and Athcl Davis of thc ard will move his family to Swanton nn( will occupy Mrs. Carr's houso on Orcein wlch street. Llewellyn Jones went ycs tcrdny to Vlneland, Out., whore ho hai a position. Guy Cray, who Is employe In Greenfield, Mass., Is tho guest ot hi' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E. Cray. Mlftt Henrietta Rlcndeau went Tuesday t Hlghgatc, where sho will pass tho sum mer with Mrs. Morcy, Lewis I logic Is III. A. H. Dlnsmoro, of St. Johnsbury, wns nn over-Sunday guest In town. Howard Pratt has gone to Wnterbury, where ho has employment. Anthony Monot re turned to his studios at St. Michael's Col lege, Winooski, Monday, ENOSBURG Tho meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society will be held Saturday afternoon In tho vestry of Memorial Church. Mrs. G. D. Raymoro is the leader. Mr. nnd Mrs. J, H. Reed and family, who havo spent tho winter nt Enosburg Falls, aro moving back to their (Continued on pasa four) '.