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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY. MAY 22, 1919.
Blnnchnril, Charles Jtercler, William Mo Oulro nml John Florence. Tho chairman of tho ticket committee wna Edward Gon ycau; Ice crenm committee, Mrs. Dora Murray! sandwich rommlttcc, Jlrs. Jtin nlo Young; cako committee, Jtlsa Stella furrier. Tho waitresses were: Flora Dccnrrcau, Alice Poulln, Agnes Stearns, Florence Blondln, Illnticho noucher, Mrs. Mctcvlrr, Mrs. Hlssonette, Florence I'lcho, Htelhi Currier, Eva Lnnglols, Yvotmo VII lemnlre, Ida Provost, Edna Braudoln, Lu cille Ghastenny, Aurore Campbell, Doris Tlzzard, Bertha I'arent, Mario Benolt, Mrs. Howard, Vina Bleau, Helen Chlcolne, Anna Molsslc, Katherlne. Mitchell, Mlnnlo Young, Anna O'Brien, Helen Boy, Hose I'lgcon, Marguerlto Hleati, Flora J'rovost, Rcna Ptovost, Mabel Companion, Prlsrllln Dcsnutcls, Ida Decnrreau, Florence Mc Curtly, Gertrude Heed, lienc Heed, Ircno Warner, Marguerite Jlngulro, Dora Mur ray. Among the guests of the evening who made a few remarks were! G. E. Whitney, Edward Wall, Lieut. Emery, Lieut. R. (Mark, Lieut. Hardarre, Cap tain Itomclster, E. L. Johnson, II. Fox. Solos were rendered by Sergeant Edward Dupaw, Mrs. Oermaln, Eugciio Rrlllnn and Mr. Favro. After the supper was served tho grand match was formed at ten o'clock. Music was furnished by Erwln's orchestra was Indulged In until a late fri.l- ....Inl.t-nllnr. ,,'na ..It'nti 1-. tliA 111,111. linn uiuiiiuuii ..no ... .mi weavers of weave room No. 2 of the Amer ican Woolen company to all the returned soldier boys of this village. The boys feel that the townspeople havo done and are doing all that they can to show them that they are happy that they arc at homd once more. About HOO people were present. The board of village trustees held a meeting Monday In the Steamer Hoso rooms to receive bids for all concrete or cement work that will bo done this season. There were two bids that were received, one from M. A. Uundy and the Peter Shoe- j ran Concrete company or Burlington. The Peter Shceran Concrete company was awarded the contract. The first work that will be attempted will bo to complete the work on Knst Allen street, which consist of curbs and gutters, as tho sidewalks were put In somo time ago. Robert Ilyerson and Eu genc Gaduo were appointed to act as spe cial police. Orders were, made out for the Jtnnua! appropriation of J200 each to the Lafayette Hose company and tho Steam er Hoso company. A hill of ?3S3.!5 from the M. A. Bundy Concrete company was ordered paid as they had completed their work In the village. Many complaints have been received by tho trustees about the street lights on account of their being out. Tho light at the corner of Main & Piatt street had been out for five days and also the light on Maple street which has been out for about a week. Anyone who notices that a street light Is out at night, should notify one of the trustees or one of the policemen and he will make a report of the same. The funeral of Doris Blondln, the four- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Blondln of Weaver stroct. was held Mon day afternoon at St. Francis Xavier'n Church with Interment in St. Francis cemetery. She had been 111 but a week with complications, following the measles. She Is survived by her parents and seven brothers and sisters. A sign has been put up on the Bur lington side of the Winooskl bridge noti fying the public that the bridce has been declared unsafe for travel and anyone crossing the bridge does so at his own risk. Thn slim has caused a lot of comment and those who arc somewhat timid declare that they will not get on the cars on this side of the bridge, but will walk across and get on on the Burlington side. Along with tho con demning of the bridge and the unsafe condition of the road at tho curve on the Lower road, where the cave-in occurred a few weeks ago, the travelers tita rfirc a nntnowhnt sknnlicnl Ami feel that before anything happens these things should be repaired. Alfred Roblletto has been discharged from the army and Is In town. He was a member of the 26th division and has seen IS months of service overseas. Mrs. Mary Mayhew Adams, wife of tho late Charles A. Adams, died at two o'clock yesterday morning at her home on Main street, after an illness of two years, of a cancer. Mrs. Adams was born in West Cornwall In I860 and 30 years ago she be came the bride of Chavlcs A. Adams In Middlebury, and has been a resident of this village 13 years. Mr. Adams, her husband, was accidentally killed on No vember 1, 1918, when he was knocked down In front of his home by an automobile. She Is survived by one son, Charles J. Adams, and two daughters, Miss Lillian M. Adams and Miss Anna Adams and five grandchildren, all of this place. She Is also survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayhew of Middlebury, four brothers, Nelson, Fred and Benjamin Mayhew of Middlebury, and George May hew of Shorcham. Tho funeral will be held Saturday morning at St. Stephen's Church, the hour to be announced later, and burial will be in Middlebury, Frank Mayhew of Middlebury, hor father and one brother, George Mayhew of Shoro- i Iiaa tn nttnrwl IVia fiinerfll. Mrs. nam ..v.-..-. Adams had been a patient sufferer for the past two years and for two weeks had been unconscious. She will be missed by a larBO number of friends who havo fol lowed her with their friendship through her Illness. JONESVILLE. Mrs. Albert Snow of Waterbury was In town Thursday to attend the Lend-a-Hand meeting. The Rev. i:. P. Treat of Pittsford was a visitor at T. L. Stevens' over Monday night. Mrs. J. B. Atkins, who has been In poor health for some time, goes Thursday to the Mary Fletcher hospital. Miss Kather lne Whalen. who returned Sunday from the Fanny Allen hospital, Is now suf fering' from an attack of bronchitis. Miss Elsie Pease, a Bed Cross nurse, who Is in camp at Mlneola, N. Y came , . L.Bl.lm. 4n .'Icil, lin- ,vi rt ( h i r A! ro IrtBl. riltiwj l' ...... .w ...... .., Mary Pease. Mr. and Mrs. Verno Tomllnson and son of East Barrc also wcro guests of Jlrs. Pease Sunday. MrH. Pease and Miss Pease returned homo with them. Mrs. Malona White has returned to Burlington after pass ing a few daj'B In town. Sho goes soon to Connecticut to visit her sons. Wil liam Terrill has moved to A. Wcr tholm's farm on White's hill, ESSEX JUNCTION Corp. Arthur Post, sou of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Post, arrived Saturday from Camp Devens, where he received an honorable discharge fiom the army. Mr, Tost has been In the service almost two years, one of which was spent overseas with tho 4S3th Aero Squadron. For tho present Mr. Post will remain at homo. A daughter, Jean Kstella, was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Walter II. Stevens of Waterbury. Mrs. Stovens will bo remembered as Miss Ellen Jaro, daughter of Sirs. E. C. Jaro of this place, At a meeting of several of the repre sentative men of tho town in Knights of Pythias hall Monday a contract was signed and a Chautauqua secured for three days and evenings In tho month of been appointed: Presldont, the Hon, Guy W. .Bailey; vice-president, It, J, Wool; secretary, the Rev. C. S. Qulmby; treas urer, Elmer A. West; chairman of ticket committee, William Johnson, Jr, ; chair man of grounds committee, A. B. Rugg; chairman of advertising committee, A, I. Lonergan, Miss Jane Peters Is at Mrs. Martin's sanitarium following a fall downstairs at the home of Mrs. Kllgore on. East street In which she suffered broken rlbslher sister, Mrs. William Buxton In Bur and n broken collar bone besides other severe Injuries. Sergeant Major Frederick Stanley has received nn honorablo discharge from tho army and Is with his brothers, Howard and Chester In Worcester. Gcorgo Patneaude, Jr has resigned his position In St. Albans and will remain horo for tho summer. Arthur Latullp, son of John Latullp of North fltrcet camo Saturday wth his family to visit relatives. Ho has been In tho service over a year and returned from overseas with tho 77th division. HINESBURG Principal and Mrs. L. L. Con ner Bpent Saturday and Sunday In : ran dom Jlrs. Connor's mother, Mrs. II. n. Urlggs, returned homo with them and wltl'vislt hero for a few days. Mrs. Cath erlne Furlong, of Rutland, Is the guest of her niece, Mrs. H. P. Goodrich. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. HcfTlon nro entertaining Mr. Hellion's mothor, Mrs. Nash, who re cently returned from California. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Blssonette, who recently bought the Henry brothers' farm, moved thcro Monday. Mrs. Chnrles Bashaw, of St. Albans, Is the guest' of her mother, Mrs. Mary Mnck. Tho farm btircnu In this town Is lo give n supper Friday evening from five to 7:30 o'clock In the town hall after which members of the high school will glvo nn entertainment In tho form of a play. Tho proceeds from the supper will go towards tho cost of the erecting of a building for the community canning kitchen to be put tn operation this sum mer and the proceeds from the play will go towards the high school fund. Tho arrangements were made at a meeting last night. Plans for Memorial Day arc not yet completed but this far they have ar ranged for a basket dinner at G. A. It. hall at which everyone Is Invited to como and bring a lunch. Coffee will be served free by the W. R. C. A program for the afternoon will be arranged under the management of the Rev. C. 11. Bennett. The W. R. C. will meet In their rooms next Tuesday afternoon and , complete arrangements. The Rev. C. H. Bennett attended the conference in Essex Junction, Wednesday. Memorial Sunday will be observed at the Federated Church Sunday, May 23. The G. A. R W. R. C, and world war veterans are especially invited, Mrs. Lester Jordon Is visiting her parents in Rochester this week. A play entitled "The Last Half Day In a District School," will be given by the high school pupils in the town hnll, Friday, at S o'clock. A social dance will be held after the play The selectmen have called a special town meeting for June 3 at eight o'clock. SHELBURNE Prof. Charles Cambridge has been en gaged to teach the high school the com ing year. Mr. and Mrs. Cambridge made a large circle of friends In town. Mrs. Walter F. White has been awarded a captured German helmet for her excellent work in securing subscriptions to the fifth Liberty Loan. The helmet bears the Initials of Its wearer In the lining and was given by the woman's organization of New England. A son was born to Mr. and Jlrs. Fred N. Perry of Shelburnc Falls Thursday morning. Jlrs. M. P. Lamoureux and little son, Mahlon, have been visiting Jlrs. George Lewis. WESTFORD The play, "Safety First," which was given here with great success Jlay ! by local talent will be given at Milton Thurs day evening, Jlay 22. A new flag has been purchased by the village schools. Leo Emery, a resident of this town for some years, and recently returned from Franco with the 101st Ammunition Train, has been visiting friends and relatives in town the past week. Mr. Emery received the Croix do Guerre for distinguished service and the rank of lieutenant. Twelve dollars and sixty-five cents was realized at the dinner for the benellt of the library building fund Jlay 14. JIllcs Nelson was called to Barnet Friday night by the serious illness of his mother. George Hall of Boston spent the week-end with Jlr. and Jlrs. E. C. Hall. Mr. and Jlrs. Carl Paige, who were guests of Jlr. and Jlrs. Clark Paige Pun day, have returned to St. Albans. Jlrs. Howard Waters of Georgia was tho guest of her sister, Jlrs. Henry Atherton, last week. The home economics extension school and farm bureau meeting held at the town hall May 14-13 was a great suc cess. About 13 women registered for It, with an average attendance of about 35. JIuch Interest was expressed In the dem onstrations conducted by Jliss Holdcn on "Good Things Without Jleat" and by Jliss Cassldy on "Ways of Using Milk." Other valuable features were the talks on "Thrift In Clothing" by Jliss Holden and "Remodeling Garments" by Jliss Cassldy. Thursday evening Jliss Plerpont of the extension service spoke on "What the Farm Bureau Jteans to a Community" and was followed by an illustrated lec ture on ".Making Housework Easier," by Jliss Holden, after which Professor Groat of the University of Vermont spoke In a very Interesting way on "Lessons in Co-operation." Refreshments were then served. At the village school Thursday morning Jliss Holdcn, State homo economics specialist, gave an interesting talk to the children on "Personal Hygiene." James Sheldon of Pittsfleld, Mass.. is visiting In town a few days. The Westford band Is engaged to play at Underbill Jlcmorlal day. News has been received that Ralph Tyler, who has been In service overseas, has arrived at I tho homo of his brotherln-law, Chester Sweeney. A largo amount of yarn for children's stockings has been received at the Red Cross rooms. HUNTINGTON The memorial service will be held next Sunday at tho Union Church at two o'clock. Jtr.i. E. G. Norton enter tained tho King's Daughters at the hall Wednesday afternoon. Reba, tho young daughter of Jlr. and Jlrs. Joslah Fuller, is ill with pneumonia. Jliss Taplln. a nurse, was called Sunday. Alan Wells, son of Jlr. and Jlrs. Jlorton Wells, who has been having pneumonia, is better. The annual Jlcmorlal Day services will be held at the Union Church north vil lage next Sunday nt 2;00 p. m. All veterans of tho Civil war and all soldiers of tho world war aro earnestly requested lo como In uniform. Thero will bo special music and singing. The Rev. Thomas Adams will speak and will also deliver tho Jlemorlal Day oration at this village, Jlay 30. ESSEX CENTER Principal E. W. Bralley was a week end guest of Dr. and Jlrs. M. J. I', Paul sen In Danville. Arrangements aro being made for pictures each week at tho town hall under the auspices of the Neighbor hood Motion Picture Club, JERICHO Archie Russln, who has been very 111 with rheumatism at tho home of his sister, Jlrs. Machlc, at Fairfax Is ablo to up around and has como to bo with his slater. Mrs. Walter Blalsdcll, for a few weeks. Oliver Brown, who has been In Jlassachusotts the past few months has returned home accompanied by his daughter, Phlllls. Park Brown, who has been In town calling on friends and rela tlvcs has returned to his homo In Albion, N. V, Tho children of tho primary room delivered the "Uncle Sam Messages" on May 13, as requested by tho treasurer do partment,Mrs. Charles Wltwer of Erooklyn, N. Y who has been vlsltlnc lington for a few days has returned hero for tho week end with her sister, Jlrs. Wilson Curtis. Jlrs. I. E. Thurston has been called to Hlnesburg to caro for n relative, who Is III. It Is worthy of mention what somo of tho Indies of this town nro doing for tho Rod Cross. Ono lady, has knit this spring six children's sweaters, four pairs of socks ami three muiricrs. Jliss Butts of Burlington has been hi town a few days getting her house In readiness for Jlr. and Jlrs. John F. Krcwet and daughter from New York, who expect to bo hero for tho summer. Daniel Robalcaba and Ablllo Ualdor wcro over Sunday visitors nt their homo In Barre. Jlrs, Cora Trombly of Fairfax Is working at tho homo of Loronzo W. Rice. MILTON A play will be given nt St. Ann's hnll this evening for tho benefit of the band. Watch for the parade at 7:30 o'clock. A number of tho members of Seneca Lodge, F. & A. JI., wern tho guests of Burlington Lodge at Burlington Tuesday evening. Four trams In tho Jtothodlst Church nro putting through the drive for their apportionment In thn centenary movement, this week, Jlr. Cooper of the Congregational house of Boston was In town Tuesday helping to raise tho ap portionment of tho Congregational Church for Pilgrim Memorial fund. .Mrs. E. W. Qulnn will havo an auction of her house hold goods on Saturday. Jlr. and Jlrs. llarlle Irish of Santa Cruz, Cal., who have spent tho winter In Cuba, called on old friends In town Monday, Jtr. Irish left this place 10 years ago. WEST MILTON Jli and Jlrs. Truman Klngsley of Essex Center and Jlr. and Jlrs. Gordon Iby of Burlington wcro Sunday guests at Henry Iby's. R. O. JIudgett of Essex Junction was In this placo recently. Jlrs. Joey Sweeney and son, Leonard, visited her sister, Jlrs. Henry Barron, nt tho village last week. II. A. Granger Is hav ing his store newly shingled. UNDERHILL Tho play, "A Poor, Jlarrlrd Jlan," given Tuesday evening for the benefit of tho Baseball association, was well at tended and well rendered. After the play, -Mr. and Jlrs. P. F. Sinclair entertained the caste at their home. John Jewett of Boston was In town Sunday to attend the funeral of his uncle, George Laselle. Jlrs. Pearl Smith and daughter, Helen, of Danny nro tho guests of Jlr. and Jlrs. II. C. Jlcad. Jlrs. C. D. Reynolds, who is III, Is reported better. Alonzo Sher man of Swanton was a visitor In town this week. Jlr. and Jlrs. James Nolln are parents of a daughter, born Jlay 17. Jlrs. George J. Prior returned Tues day from Jlontpellcr. where she was called Saturday by the serious illness of her daughter, JIarsery, who Is attending Jlontpcllnr Seminary. Mrs. S. W. Tll den of Vcstmount, P. Q wns .a visitor in town Jlonday. A largo number from here attended tho State convention In Burlington Wednesday to hear the pro posed covenant of League of Nations discussed by ex-Presldcnt W. 11. Taft and others. Jlrs. C. E. Ayer and Jliss Alice Ayer wcro In Hyde Park Tues day to attend the funeral of Jlrs. Jones. .Mrs. Hattle Blxby of Burlington Is passing a few days with Jlr. and Jlrs. Frank Ross. The Undcrhlll-Burllngton bus will only run Jlonday. Wednesdays and Saturdays unfll further notice. Jlrs. Lucia Jlartln Is 111. Charles JIable Is working for George Drlnkwater. WEST BOLTON. While leading his cow to pasture one morning last week, Richard Bacon was thrown to the ground and his right shoul der dislocated, Doctors Fogg and Eddy were called and put tho shoulder In place. It will be some time before he will be ablo to use his right arm. William Wheeler and son were In St. Albans last week on business. Jlr. and Jlrs. W. Jlal low aro entertaining Jlr. Mallow's mother and sister and three children from Minneapolis, Minn. G. R. Gilo was in Burlington Saturday. Tho Rev. A. II. Ganoung of' Interlaken, N. Y arrived Saturday and held services nt the Bap tist Church Sunday. The JItsses JIarietta and Irene York were at home Sunday. Jlrs. Lora Gregory, who has been car ing for Jlrs. Jlatia Bartlett of Under bill Center, has returned home. Jlr. and Jlrs, J. A. Blrchard of Shoreham were recent guests of Jlr. and Jlrs. B. JI. Jlunger. Philemon Guyette of Essex visited his niece, Jlrs. E. B. York, Sun day. Nelson Hall Is visiting lelatlves in Cambridge. WILLISTON James Henry Bryant died Thursday morning at four o'clock after a period of ill health, which terminated suddenly. He was born in Richmond October 2C, 1S1", the youngest of 14 children. Surviv ing relatives are a brother of Richmond, his wife, thrco children, Clinton E. of California. Jlrs. Homer Prior of Willis ton and George O. of Providence. R. I.; five grandchildren and ono great-grandchild. Jlr. and Jlrs. Bryant were given a golden wedding anniversary by their many friends February 22, 1916. He en listed at the age of 18 In tho Union Army from Richmond and was soon transferred to tho brigade hand and as cornetist served during the entire war. Hn was a faithful member and official of tho local Jlethodlst Church. The sympathy of the entiro community will bo with the bereaved family. ( Tho Rev. Jlr. Brown filled the pulpit at the .Methodist Church Sunday and was In town Jlonday In tho Interests of church work. Tho Rev. 11. G. Banks and W. II. Jletcnlf with others will attend tho 121th annual meeting of tho Vermont Congre gational conference, which Is being held in tho Congregational Church In Essex this week. Tho funeral of James II. Bryant, was held In the .Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. A large number of relatives and friends from Richmond, Essex Junc tion and Jonesvillo were present. Tho Rev. II. G. Banks and Dr. Brown olllclat cd. Interment was In the East cemetciy. ST. GEORGE Tho following t.i copied from a Cali fornia paper, the JIall of Woodland: Full of years and honors, well beloved In the county In which he has spent so many years, Seymour S. Hinsdale passed away at tho Slsteis' hospital In Sacra mento last Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. His death Is a shock to many hundreds of friends all over Central California. Death followed an operation for a functional trouble from which tho deceased lind been a sufferer for years. He was 78 years old at the tlmo of death. Tho funeral will bo held on Wednesday at 1:30 p. m,, at the parlors of Clark, Booth and Yardley, Sacramento, Friends aro I Invited. Tho Interment will bo private, Mr. Hinsdale is survived by his wlfo and I two sons and two daughters, Tho child iron aro Jlrs. A. C. Powers of Oakland, JHhb Ardcnla Hinsdale and Walter Hlns dalo of Clarksburg and Lester Hinsdale or hacramento, In tho death of s. S. Hinsdale this county loses ono of Its foremost cltzcus. ills losn to community life will bo particularly felt In tho Clarksburg section, wheio ho has lived for SS years and whom ho has been looked to for advice In all matters pertaining to low land farming. Ho probably was tho best Informed man relatlvo to river and flood conditions In tho Sacramento val ley, as ho had made tho matter a Ilfo tlmo study. He was a prima mover in tho enterpilso of irclalmlng that very fertile section of this county and many thousands or broad acrcj will stand for all time as a monument to him n a rcclnmatlonlst. Jlr. Hlnsdnlo was also deeply Interested In all county nffalrs. Ills voice was always raised for public Improvements. Jlr. Illnsdato leaves a brother, M, W. Hlnsdalo of St, George, VI. , niso a numner or nephews and nelccs In Vermont. Jtr. Hlnsdale'n boy hood days days wcro spent In St. George, Vt. Jlrs. Cnleh Plllsbury Iibb been confined to the house a few days by Illness. Lawrence Wolllnger and daughter, Jen nie, wcro In Burlington, Saturday. Jliss Clnlly Donahue was nn over Sunday visitor In Burlington. Oliver Tatro of overseas, was a visitor In town. Mr. nnd Addison, who recently returned from overseas, was a visitor In town Inst week. Jlr. nnd Mrs. Ira Chase wero In Burlington, Saturday. Jtr. and Jlrs. R. H, North and daughter, JIary, were In Burlington, Saturday. Thero will bo an entcrlalnment and box social nt tho school house Saturday evening. Mr. and Jlrs. Robort Wlntcrbottoni returned to their homo In Burlington, Saturday, after passing several dayH at the home nt Ira Chase. Jliss JInry North entertained several of her school friends at her home Friday evening. CHARLOTTE The Rev. Frederick Rutnn nnrl hmllv have movml Into tho parsonage. The Kings' Daughters from North Ferrlsbtirg will glvo tho play, which they have given a number of times with such success, at Library hall, Thursday evening. Special- iieu ueiwceu inu na.-A numncr rrom hero aro planning to attend tho conven tion at Essex Junction Tuesday and Wednesday. F. A. Lewis, proprietor of Jit. Phllo Inn has a gang of men repair ing and enlarctnir the hoiiRe nnrl rntinirAa which are all engaged for the coming season. Sirs. JI. C. Illghce has gone to Canada to visit relatives. Anyono wish ing anything at tho town clerk's office, may apply to Jliss Bylnglon. Tho King's Daughters of North Fcr rlsburff will nrosptit their rlnv "A Vir ginia Heroine," for the benefit of the norary at Laorary nail Thursday eve ning. The business mooting nnd social, held by tho fidelity class of tho Sunday school Friday, was attended by over 40 of tho young people. Jliss Cram nnd Jlrs. Johnson, of Hyde Park, JIass., were recent guests at the Hill homestead. IVrley Deforge, of Winooskl, has moved his family Into the tenement house of C. T, Holmes and will work for Jlr. Holmes the coming season. Jliss Sarah Palmer, of Burlington, Is nt the homo of her brother. Kirk Talmer. EAST CHARLOTTE The weekly prayer-meeting will be held Friday evening at the residence of Charles Jlartln. Jliss Eaton, of Canada, Is seriously HI nt the home of her aunt, Jlrs. Patrick JIcGulre. whom she Is vis Itlng. Jliss Eaton has been 111 for two weeks but at present Is thought to be slightly improved. The different mem bers of F. F. E"tey's family, who are III with measles, are hotter, except Jtlss Francos, who Is quite 111 yet. Mrs. Harry Van Vllet, who suffeied a relapse two weeks ago. Is slowly improving again, although not yet able to leave her bed. Joseph Blssonett has sold his farm, sit uated in the eastern part of Charlotte, to Jlr. Florence, of Middlebury, who will havo Immediate possession. Jlr. Blsson ette bought the farm two years ago or more of Jlr. and Jlr. W. S. Kellogg. -Mrs. Farrand, of Bakersfield, Is with her daughter, Jlrs. Carpenter, for an ex tended visit. William H. Fonda of Dal las, Texas, Is the guest of his nephew, Homer Fonda. Charles F. Smith and family, of Elmore, were oveP-Sundav guests of Jlrs. Smith's parents, Jlr. and Jlrs. William Steady. Lester JI. Prindle, tho son of Jlr. and Jlrs. O. W. Prindle, who graduated from the University of Vermont in the class of 1313 and who ha since been taking a post-graduate course nt Harvard University, has been award ed a Sheldon fellowship at tho univer sity and will spend tho next year study ing in Europe. Jlrs. Joseph Commo, ol Vergcnnes, is visiting her aunt, Jlrs. George Woollier, In the north part of Charlotte. .Mrs. Howard Petersen has returned to her home In the northern part of Charlotte from an extended visit with her relatives In Corinth. F. S. Gove has been making extensive repairs on the Interior of his dwelling on the La Plotte river. RICHMOND Jliss Hazel Cassldy, homo demonstration agent, will conduct a tireless cooker bee nt Unlversallst hall at 1:30 o'clock In the afternoon Friday. The Rev. E. P. Treat of rittsford, a former pastor here, preached at the Con gregational Church Sunday. Jlrs. Abbie Hilton, who has been with her daughter In Newport for two months, has returned to her home here. Jlrs. James Barrett and children of Jlontpellcr were guests of her father, JI. JIurphy, over Sunday. Jlrs. Fairbanks of Randolph was recently the guest of Jlr. and Mrs. E. E. Fish. A hash supper was served at the Unl versallst Church Wednesday from six to eight o'clock. Jlrs. JI. G. Lcary and chil dren of Burlington have been vslttng at the home of her brother, JI. .1. Gleason. .Mrs. A. C. Berry has returned from a visit at tho home of her daughter In Bel Iowb Falls. Jliss Bartlett of Jericho was the guest of Jliss Caroline Clark over Sunday. Jlrs. Jlary and Jlrs. It. L. Bes sett entertained tho Aid Circle of tho King's Daughters at their home Friday afternoon. F. W. Fay has returned from a short stay with his brother in Clare mont, N. H. COLCHESTER B. H. Carpenter left Jlondny for Fort Ann, N. Y where he is to make his headquarters while serving as salesman for tho Rawlelgh company. Mr. nnd Jlrs. A. JI. Wheeler havo opened their own homo after spending the winter with their daughter, Jlrs. George Sommcrvillc. Tho Intermediate class of tho Baptst Sunday school of which P. W. Severance is teach er, will hold a social at the vestry on Fri day evening; Refreshments will be served nnd a good tlmo Is promised. Jlrs. Hattle .Muzzy of Johnson has been visiting her uncle, John C. Bettls. A sister of Jlrs.v Bettls, Jlrs. Fred JlcCarthy of Essex, ac companied by her llttlo eon, Frederick, lias also been a visitor of Mr. and Jrrs. Bettls. .Mrs. Anna Kenyon of Burling ton was calling In town on Tuesday In tho interest of the W. C. T, U. Sergeant Jack Jlorgnn recently returned from France, Is visiting his sister, Jlrs. Georgo B, St. Amour. A number of young ladles met with Jliss Lillian Wolcott Monday cve nlnng to glvo a miscellaneous shower to Jliss Frances White. Jitney scrvico has opened for the summer between Burling ton and Colchester. Tho car leaves the Center nt !:00 a. m. nnd 2:00 p. m. HUNTINGTON CENTER Henry Baker of Starksboro moved Inlo tho Brewster & Plerco tenement the last of tho week. Clarence Swlnyer of Rochester Is vlsltng nt Andrew Liberty's. Ezra Kimball has bought tho place on tho corner from Levi Liberty nnd moved there tho first of tho weck.-Chnrles JIatthowH of Starksboro visited his aunt, Jlrs. W. L. Ring, Saturday and Sunday. Jliss ElUn Hanmer of Keeno, N, v., In visiting her sister, Jlrs. H. II. Walton. JERICHO CENTER A very quiet wedding took place at the homo of Mr. and Jlrs. B. II. Smith when their dnughter, Pauline, waB married to Ernest Dustln of Bethel. The Rov. S, H. Bnrnum performed the ceremony. Jlr. and Jlrs. Dustln will reside In Bethel Tho Rev. J. W. Cox of St, Albans oc cupied the pulpit Sunday morning. Jlrs. Nettle Johnson of Essex Junction Is the guest of Mrs. R. O, Wilder. Jlr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Sweeney of Essex Junction was nt Orvllle Hunt's oiv Sunday. Jlr. and Jlrs. Reuben Decker of St. Albans wero guests of Jlr. and Jlrs. C. L. Potter recently. Tho Ladles' Aid society nnd Mansfield Grange, No. 411, havo cancelled tho engagement of tho Westford band for tho Fourth of July, but plan to havo n celebration and a play In the evening. Franklin County EAST FRANKLIN Mr. nnd Mm. f. At. Krntl. Jtr. mill Mrs. It. F. Scott nml children twisted Inst Frl- day at Scottsmorc, Que.-.Mr. and Jlrs. Ernest Ward nnd daughter, of Rlchford, ! wore recent visitors at the homo of C. A. Peao. Jtlss Betilah Hoadley has re turned to her homo at South Berkshire. ENOSBURG FALLS The social nnd free banquet In the Jlethodlst Church parlors Friday evening wns well attended nnd wns a pronounced success. There wcro several three-mlnuto talks following which tho principal nd-. rlresB of the evening was by District Superintendent Sharp of St. Johnsbury, who mode n special trip to bo thcro being mot In Rlchford by C, II. Abell. He was entertained In the parsonage during his stay In town. There was a meeting Frl- day evening of the guarantors and others I Interested In the Chautauqua to bo held here this summer. Jlrs. Frances JIc Casklll, an advance organizer, was present and plans were made and committees named to carry forward the work. Tho gathering was In tho Philemon club's reading room. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. F. W. Roblo were tn South Franklin Friday after their daughter, Miriam, who had been passing a few days with her grandparents, Jlr nnd .Mrs. G. JI. Towle. Howell Sabourln has sold his farm beyond West Enosburg to H. Cabot through a real estate agency. J. G. Gaines passed the most of the working hours of last week at his farm beyond West Enosburg, where he h.iB been making some Improvements on the buildings. S. C. Towle noted ns guide to a bullpout fishing party con sisting of F. W. Roble, L. B. Thomas. L. H. Pomeroy and J. A. Demar to "Little Pond" Thursday evening. About a dozen fish were taken. The Federal Pack ing company Is starting In a construction gang to make certain Improvements In their plant so tho quantity of milk re ceived dally (bout 1000,000 pounds) may be more expeditiously handled. Jlr. arid Mrs. A. A. Ascltlne received a letter from their son, JIaurlce A. Aset tlnc, Wednesday, saying that ho was In St. Nazalro, France, awaiting transporta tion home. On Thursday they received a message that he had arrived and was in Camp Jfllls. Tho L, O. P. II. club enter tained those who had a part In tho cabart, and their friends In Foresters' hall Tuesday Jlay 13. Tho orcheatra fur nished music for the dances and for the chorus singing. A bountiful luncheon was served. Jliss JIae Kimball, manager, pre sented Howard F. Kimball and D. JI. Rose with tangible tokens of appreciation. Rus sell and Harry Brewer of Rlchford wero in town, Thursday. These young men are graduates of Enosburg high school and before called to service, were with the United Fruit company In Central Amer ica. They went overseas and were in some of the hard fighting. They will leave within a few weeks taking a younger brother, George, and have em ployment with the same company. Ben jamin Parker of Jlorrlsville, son of Henry Parker, formerly a merchnnt at the Center, was in town Thursday with George Fairbanks of Jlorrisville. Jlr. Parker has recently returned from over seas. Jlrs. A. 11. Pond and two children of Rlchford were recent guests In the home ot Jlrs." II." A. Cramton. Those from here to attend the annua) meetings of the I. O. O. F. In Burlington last week were: Jlr. and Jlrs. F. A. Gleed, Jlr. and Jlri. B. F. JIcFeeters. Jliss Ethel Janes, Jlrs. H. W. Shover, Jlrs. W. V. Phelps, Jlr. and Jlrs. A. F. Beaulac, II. T. Snell, Jlrs. R. W. Clark, son, Austin Clark, and daughter, Jlrs. Luke Flemmlng, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. E. JI. Jlltchell, Jlrs. Mae Jlltchell. II. it. Jlltchell and Jliss Charity Tolssant. Jlrs. Peter Archambault, who had been receiving treatment In a Bur lington hospital for trouble following In fluenza, has returned to her home here much Improved. Jlrs. Jlinnle Burt is In Fairfax, where she was called by the Ill ness and death of her brother, JI. V. Hicks. Her son, Victor F. Burt, attend ed the funeral, Jlay 13. Reports from F. A. Laftame, who was operated on at' the sanitarium In St. Albans, are very favorable. Mrs. F. F. Duffy and Jlrs. L. J. Duffy returned Jlay 13 from Barre, where they passed a few days with their respective husbands, who are employed there. Jlrs. W. L. Gardner has gone to Cleveland, Ohio, where Jlr. Gardner Is playing baseball with the American League team of that city. The bo:iy of Joseph JIanley, son of the late C. H. JIanley, was recently brought here from Worcester, JIass., where he died last winter of influenza, and was burled be side his parents In Missiquoi ccmotcry. J. JI. Young has moved Into the B. L. Lavery tenement near tho Catholic church. J. E. Wallace Is moving from Berkshire to the house vacated by Jlr. Young. Jlr. Wallace Is employed In tho Enosburg Fnllk garage. The farm, whero Jlr. Wallace was. has been rented to Mr. Fletcher. Dr. F. E. Bcmls of St. Albans was In town, Wednesday. Jlrs. D. A. Benolt returned Wednesday from a few days' visit In Rlchford. Jliss JIarlon Kimball has returned from the St. Albans hospital much Improved, A party of four including the Rov. L. C. Denny returned from n fishing trip to Fullcrton pond, Que., with 41 pounds of trout. Tho now pastor of tho Baptist Church, the Rev. E. E. Scates of Somersworth, N. II.. Is expected here in June. In the meantime, Jliss Brooks of St. Albans is supplying the pulpit. Jlrs. E. II. Sheldon who has been passing a few weeks with her parents, Jlr. and .Mrs. C. E. Brltch, In East Hlghgatc, Is In town making preparations to move to Jliddlevllle, N. Y where Jtr. Sheldon Is assistant super intendent In a Nestle Food company's plant. B. D. Lamonda has purchased of Jliss Edna HarrlB the house which ho recently moved Into, Consideration Jl.coo, Dr. R. B. Thomas has decided to re sumo his practice here nnd the truck lond of goods taken to Burlington recently, arrived hero Saturday morning. II. I, Draper, who wns employed by Kimball Brothers & Co., previous to his recent weoks of Illness, has entered the employ of the Nestle Food company, Byron Hart of Berkshire has entered the em ploy of tho L. L. JIarsh feed store. D. M. Rose has purchased of Jlrs. A. H. JIanloy tho lot on Church street adjoining that of Jlrs. L. C. Kendall on which ho plans to erect a bungalow an other season. L. Conroy Ieavens of Essex Junction was a guest Tuesday of his uncle, J, G, Gaines, on Church street. Lloyd Duffy has returned from Barro and has entered the employ of L. L, JIarsh In his feed store Georgo Emery, who formerly lived at South Franklin station, nnd for several years past until within a few months In JIassachusetts, died Sunday tn tho homo of his brother, Carl Emery, nt East Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Welch of Church street at tended tho funeral Tuesday. Harlan Human has moved his family from JIassachusets Into the house with Jlrs. Burnap'n mother, Jlrs. Seymour Tracy, Mrs. Tracy, who suffered a shock a fow months ago, has Improved only slightly, being still unable to help herself any. G, JI, Towlo and his father-in-law, J. O. Simpson, of Franklin, were In town Tuesdny. Jlr, nnd Jlrs. II, W. Hatch of St. Albans and Jlr. and Jlrs. C. D. Woodworth of Sheldon wcro In town Tuesday. Jlrs. John O. Wlscll nnd son of Tlcondcroga, N. Y arc visiting In the home of her parents, Jlr. and Jlrs. C. II, Andrus. B, H, Dickinson has news from a nephew, Proscott Dickinson, of North ern Now York, who was with tho A. E. F. nnd Inter with the army of occupa tion, saying he had returned home. Thero wero several months when tho family nnd tho war department could get no 'trace of the young man. Dr. C. G. Abell I Is mnklng chnnges In his office by lu stnlllng plato glass windows. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. C. S. Perley of East Berk- "hire were In town Tuesday. Jtr, nnd 1,lrs' nam i.envcns ot amnrmge nave entered the employ of E. E. Perley near me i.eiucr. .ir. aim .virs. A. .VI. Aseitlno of Burlington nro In town for a few days, where Jlrs. Ascltlne Is visiting her father, J. W. Beatty. EAST FAIRFIELD T.. , , ,, , , , , T.f lnf aJ f'fMrs' fcunl" Iwm. who died nt her homo Jlay 13, was hold were v' V" Vn f " ,f 1R Mhodlst Episcopal Church Sunday, , rM ' I?"10 M-,,,rly The paator. tho Rev. D. G. Guest. Sheldon and William Kimball. The burial was In tho Bradley cemetery. Peo ple from out of town who nttended tho funeral were: Jlr. and .Mrs. W. II. Kim ball and Florence Pomcroy of St. Albans; iMr- nr,d Mrs. Flank Sheldon of Swanton; Jlr. and Jlrs. Walter Isham. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Clifford Barrous and Frank Isham of Jlorrlsville, and Jlrs. Annie Brill of Newport. N. II. The Jllsses Jtabelle and Rachel Barry wero visitors In St. Albans, recently. Jlrs. Emma Hill of St. Albans as a visitor In town. About .$30 was real ized at the sale and supper given by tho Ladles' Auxllary last Thursday evening. Alfred Shore of St. .Albans Is a visitor In town. Tho condition of Jlrs. Stanfoid Jlltchell. who haB been 111, Is slightly Im proved. Azella and Augusta Ducharmo nro visiting Jliss Blanch Cndy ot St. Albans. Jlr. and Jlrs. W. E. Shattuck, who have been visiting In Jcffersonville and Itelvldcre for the past week, have returned home. Jlrs. Ella Shattuck of Bakersfield has leased tho Episcopal rectory and will take possession this week. HILL WEST Jlrs. Arthur Derosla and little son of Jlontreal are gue3ta at the home of Jlr. and Jlrs. D. H. T. Borthwlck. Jtr3. H. JI. Sylvester and son, George, Jlr. and Jlrs. W. P. Shangraw, and Jlr. and .Mrs. W. J. JIcGrail were businosB visitors In Rlchford, last week. A reception was held at the home of Paul Broulletto Wednesday evening to celebrate the re turn from overseas of his son, Alfred, and Alferio La Floury. Both young men were with the 26th Division. Little Cle ment JIason, who recently lost his mother, is making his home with his uncle. Charles Rushford. Jlrs. Clyde Sumner, who has been visiting her mother, Jlrs. Emily Jewett for somo time, returned to her home In Ephratah, Wednesday. Jlrs. Jewett accompanied her. Jlrs. John Ariel, Jr., and daughter. Florence, and Alice Rossler are visiting at John Ariel, Sr. Jlr. and Jlrs. Austin JIcGrail were In Rlchford, .Monday. Jlrs. Fred Jewett visited at the home of her parents. Jlr. and Jlrs. A. W. Orda way In Bnkerstieid, last week. Orlean Scott Is a business visitor in Burlington. Ada Wheeler has employment at John Jlontelth's. F. W. Wnlace was a recent visitor at the Jlontgomery school. FRANKLIN Bell Chapter, No. 78, O. E. S.. '.as In stalled the following officers for the en-suing-'year: Worthy matron, Jlrs. W. J. Riley; worthy patron, A. D. Wilder; as sociate matron, Jlrs. A. D. Wilder; sec retary. Jlrs. I. V. Shedd; treasurer, I. V. Shedd; conductress, Jlrs. W. H. Gates; associate conductress, Jlrs. C. W. Gay; chaplain, G. II. Titemoro; Adah, Jliss Helen Whitney, Ruth, Jlrs. R. E. Welch; Esther. Jlrs. Julia Alexander; JIartha, Jlrs. E. JI. Hubbard; Electa, Jlrs. G. E. Harrison: warder, C. W. Gay; sentinel, G. E. Harrison; organist, Jliss Helen Whitney: marshal, W. S. Riley. Thero will bo an Initiation at the next regular meeting, June D. Lieutenant Fish has been visiting Jlrs. Fish. The Rev. Charles C. Merrill, of Burlington, secre tary of the Congregational conference, preached In the Congregational Church Sunday morning. A play, "Arrival of Kitty," was presented In the Franklin town hall Saturday evening by the Swan ton high school. RICHFORD John Dixon of Burlington was the guest of Thayer Comings over the week end. Capt. A. .1. Jterrill has returned to his home in this place after passing the winter with friends In Dade City, Fla. Jlrs. J. R. Renfrew and Jliss Susie Jfoftlatt of East Berkshire visited at the homo of Jlr. and Jlrs. Jesse Harvey last week. George Porter, who passed the winter In Houston, Texas, has returned homo. Jliss Catherine Comings. a student at the University of Vermont, Burlington, Is passing a few days at her home In this place. Wesley Bliss has purchased tho Carrol Jlltchell house on Elm street. Jlr. Bliss will move from Jlrs. N. F. Hamilton's house on Province street to his newly purchased home. Jliss Fanny K. JIartin of tho University of Vermont, Burlington, was tho guest of hor friend, Jliss Catherine Comings, over the week-end. Jlrs. Emma Riches of Newport is visiting at the home of Jlr. and -Mrs. A. B. Read. WEST ENOSBURG Fred Corrln. who has been overseas, has received his discharge and returned to the homo of his mother, 'Jlrs. Joseph Lapan. Howell Sabourn has sold his farm to a party from Canada. Jlr. Sarbourn has moved to Enosburg Falls. Jliss Dora Austin, of tho St. Albans hospital, pass ed Saturday at the home of her parents, Jlr. nnd Jlrs, William Austin. Jlrs. Elmer Kelley visited nt the homes of Jlrs. B. B. Ovltt nnd Jlrs. C. B. Ovitt, Friday. Ivan Stanton Is passing a few days with his sister, Jlrs. Stanley JIarsh of Barre. He will also go to New Hamp shire on n fishing trip, accompanied by Jlr. JIarsh, Harley Ovitt, who has been passing a few days at his home, has ro turned to his work In St. Albans. ST. ALBANS News has been received that Robert Buck, son of Jtr. and Jlrs. JI. N. Buck, of Ferris street had passed his entrance examinations tn Annapolis Naval Acad emy. Capt. C. S. Sumner nnd Capt. John F. Sullivan have returned to their respective homes In this city, having received their discharge from tho army, Both men experienced service overseas, Captain Sumner receiving two decorations, tho Croix do Guerre nnd the D. S. M. Walter Clark and Jliss Beatrice Campnno wcro married Thursday morn ing at Holy Angels' Church, tho Rev, L. R. Dcsrochcrs performing tho ceremony, Philip Campano, a brother of the bride. acted as best man and Miss Nelllo Wilson wns brldesmad. Jlr, and Jlrs, Clark havo gone on a trip to Connecticut and New Hampshire. Emery Denault, who was a member of tho "Lost Battalion," has returned to his home In thl city, having received his final discharge, He has been recolvlng trentment for wounds at a hospital In Boston for .vral weeks. W. B. Johnson & Son, proprietors ofj Lokn Chnmplnln creamery paid I3.0S for standard milk for tho month of April. W, E. Smlddy, Jr., has received his final discharge from tho army nnd has returned to this city. News has been received of the birth of a son, Glen Foster, to Jlr. nnd Mrs. George B. Allen of Brldgowater, Mass. Jlr. Allen was formerly employed In the office of tho St. Albans Grain company In this city. News has been received of tho death Jlay 13 of Barron Brntnard, which oc curred at his homo In Brookllne, JIass., after an Illness of sevcrnl vvocks. Tho funeral was held at his late home Fri day afternoon nnd tho burial took place In Concord, N. II. Tho deceased was 25 years old and a son of Dr. John R. Rrnlncrd, and wan well known In this city. Ho was chief boatswnln'B mate In tho u, S. N, R. F. A, R. Hurlbut Post, No. fiO, G A. R has appointed Cnpt. Joseph A. Evarts ns marshal for the Jlemorlal day parade. The Jlcmorlal day address will be given by the Itev. S. W. Anthony nnd Prln. ill. lit Dickinson has nppolnted Arnold iDcnnlson, a student In the high school, (lo deliver Lincoln's Gettysburg nddress. Al veterans ot the Snanlsh-Amerlcan War are Invited to attend thn services. will give the sermon. Joseph Walker, 14 yearn old, was taken to tho Industrial school at Vergennes Saturday on an old charge of larceny. Last summer he wns arrested for break ing Into tho money drawer of the lato H. W. Ballard. He was released on a promise of good behavior and six days later hroko Into tho barber shop of Elliott Renaud and took $12. Ho was arrested that night and led the police back ot the City Hall and showed them where the money had been hidden. Ho was again released on a promise of good behavior and since that tlmo he has a record at tendance at school of about SO per cent. He Is tho son of Jlrs. Joseph Walker, proprietor of the City Fruit store on North Jlaln street. Jllas Katherlne Glllan of St. Albans hill Is receiving treatment at the Sherwood sanitarium. The condition of Barney Butler, who Is confined to the house by Illness, Improves, Robert R. Buck and Robert Ellis, who recently passed their entrance examina tions to Annapolis Naval Academy, are at their respective homes here awaiting tho call which usually comes in June. St. Albans now has four boys out of tho eight from the State of Vermont, who aro at or slated to go to Annapolis. Garth E. Bingham, who has been In serv ice overseas, has returned to this city having received his discharge from tho army. F. .1. Roberts of Schenectady, N. Y, visited Sunday at the homo of his sister, Jlrs. F. D. Bolvin. Jlr. Roberts was re cently discharged from tho naval air service. Hp was stationed at Tunis, Africa, at the time the armistice waa signed. Jliss Alice D. Jlorrison about 60 years of age, died Jlonday about six o'clock after a long lllnesB of spinal trouble.Shc leaves ono brother, Charles D. F. Bancroft of JIontptilr. Her name was Bancroft orig inally but she was adopted by" a family named Jlorrison and took that name. Tho funeral was held Wednesday at one o'clock at the homo of B. JI. Hopkins with burial in Greenwood cemetery. Carl T. Jlahannah of Bristol, Conn., and Jliss Gladys Smout of Moreen Line were married In the Jlethodlst parsonage Tuesday morning by the Rev. D. G. Guest. The bride was at tended by her sister, Jliss Olive Smout of Frellghsburp, Que., and the best man was P. S. Vincent of Jlorses Line. The bridal' couple took the train for Boston. From there Jlr. and Jlrs. JIahannah will go to Bristol, Conn., to reside. Tho following membeiis of A. R. Hurlbut Women's Relief Corps No. 30, G. A. R. went to Rutland Tuesday morning to attend the Relief Corps convention: Jlrs. J. A. Sturtevant. de partment president; Jlrs. H. E. JIoo noy. department president; Jlrs. W. F. Prentiss and Jlrs. Henry Barnes, delegates and Jlrs. F. E. Spauldlng. JlrB. A. A. Skeels, who suffered a stroke of paralysis about a month ago and who has been receiving treat ment at the Sherwood sanitarium, will return home to-day. Jlr. Skeels is recovering from an attack of the grip. Jlr. and Jlrs. Benjamin Hermann re ceived a telegram Tuesday from their son. Capt. Byron Hermann, stating that he had arrived safely at New York from overseas. Captain Her mann has been serving as a medical officer with the American Expedition ary Forces. At a special meeting of the city council Jlonday evening It was voted to increase the sower appropriation to $1,000 so that the wretched sewer sys tem which has existed In the vicinity of Walnut and Pearl streets could bo remedied. It also was decided that the sewers on Oak street and Pearl streets as far as Oak street be low ered. A petition from R. H. Larry asked permission to install a gas-meter tank In front of his place on North JIain street. Tho subject of oiling thn streets was discussed and the matter was referred to tho street committee, which will report back to tho council, Jtiuirlco Garey was appointed a spe cial policeman and given full power to act. I Greenfield has sold hla retail candy and cigar store on Fedef street to JIathew Hennessey of thisXtv. Jlr. Greenfield will oporato aBholesala candy and novelty store InJRs block on Kingman street. 1 The condition of II. W. Hitch, who was painfully injured when a keg ot nails fell on his feet, is improving. Ho Is ablo to get around by the use of a cane. Peter Hope of St. Albans Bay has been advanced to general foreman of freight car icpalrs of tho Central Vermont rail road, U. S. R. A., at St. Albans. Peter Guyette, also of the Bay, has been promoted to foreman of the freight shops. These positions have been unfilled for somo time. Jlr. Hope left Wednesday morning for a tour of Inspection of the various shops of the Central Vermont system. Jlrs. Idelle Jlonteflore of the Swanton road, who was burned two weeks ago while extinguishing a fire, died Wednes day evening at her home as a result 'ot hor burns. The funeral will take placo this afternoon at two o'clock from her lato home. The burial will be in the Bay cemetery. Ollu Burt Fadden, four-year-old son of Jlr. and Jlrs, Leslie FacUlcn, died Wed nesday morning nt his homo from a com plication of diseases. Tho funeral will bo held Friday morning nt nine o'clock at St. JIary's Church, with tho Rev. Father Barnard W. Jlc.Mahnn officiating. Tho burial will be In Holy Cross ceme tery. Six men havo been nccepted for tho United States navy at the recruiting sta tion at the armory In this city. They went to Burlington Wednesday morning to take their final physical examinations. Four men were rejected because of light weight nnd under height. Those enlisted are: Earl W, Anderson of Lake street, who will go to tho machinist's mato school and Charlcstown, S. C; Edgar R. Barlow of Ferris street, apprentice sea man, Newport, IX. I.; Arthur Brouilet, npprcntlco seaman, Newport; Leo I,. Brace, mess attendant, who will go to naval operation base, Hampton Roads, Va.; William JI, Kennedy, npprentlce sea. man, Newport; Fred J. Jllner, apprentice (Continued on smo (our) v