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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1919.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from pnito Iirc) lmm) Stuart, who died last March atlof 3 to 2 In fnvor of People's Academy.- lin 1i nmn nf lint 1 !.mrii.f lii wlltln- Uciuilii Cleveland of Company G, .Will ttoamnn, Newport. Chief Yeoman John Wilson, recruiting officer, has decided lo stay In this city until Monday. J Kennoth Hoblesta of Swunton, while driving on North Main street Into Tues day nfternoon, ran Into the car of How ard Fonda, and damaged the right wheel, tender and bumper of Fondu's car and scraped his own car badly against the tone wall which runs along the road at that point. Fonda, who Immediately re ported the accident to the police, said that ho was turning Into the driveway of tho Lucas estate preparatory to turn ing around, when tho Swanton car camo alone at a reckless speed. After the smash tho other ear did not stop, but the number was noticed and traced by that means. C, II. Vale of Swanton tind several small boys were with llohlcstn. Mrs. Kllzabelh Frost, formerly of this city, and William 11. Johnson of .Mont real were married recently, HIGHGATE CENTER The ladles of the Hod Cross will trlve a dance In ForesterH hall. Friday evening, May 23. Kimball's orchestra of Hnosburg Falls will furnish music. Itefrcsh'ments of cake and Ice cream will bo served. J. II. Dlhinn has sold his homo farm lu tho north part of tho town to Mr. and Mrs. Theophlle Rnln Vllle, Jr. Consideration $10,000. Im mediate possession given. W. 13. Lantman of Ktoncham, Mass., was lu town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George fiouchard are moving from their farm Into tho Cross tenement on Franklin Ktrect. F. L. Webster spent Tuesday In town. Mr. and Mrs. Corliss (Jreenla Jiavo gone to housekeeping In the Ponlbrlaud tenement. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lyon ate moving from the apart tnent they have been occupying the past year ,to their home on Franklin street. Hugeno Lauoue has pur chased of Armnnd Ferland tho "Sherman Teaehout farm" so called, consisting of 212 acres of laud, paying M7.0U0 for the same, At the special meeting of tho Woman's Auxiliary of St. John's Kplsoopat Church, which was held last Thursday, the following membe s were elected lo attend the annual Statu Convention which will be held In Mlddlebury this week: delegates- Mrs. O. A. Mxford, Miss Hazel Steele, and Miss Susan IC. Hlxford. Alternates: Mrs. H. K. Moore, Miss Hortense Donaldson, and Mrs. 11. K. Sheltus. Miss Irene Steele has re turned from Montreal, P. (J where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. . J. H. Corcoran. BAKERSFIELD The sophomore class of Rrlgham Academy will give a play this evening. , entitled "The School Ma'am." The pro- gram for Memorial day In Hakorsfleld Is as follows: 0:30 a. m procession forms nt the town hall, eomoscd of the Civil War and world war veterans, school children, Hoy Scouts; 10:30, public exer cises at Brigham Academy, address by the Rev. S. V. Anthony of St. Albans; 12:00 m., picnic dinner; 1:00 p. m public exercises by school children; 2:30, base ball game, Brigham Academy and Kssex Junction high school. In the evening there will bo a play, entitled "The Cnlon Station," under the direction of Miss Harrlctte Harris. Wesley W. Smith, for merly of the W3rd United States Infantry, arrived at his home in Hakorsfleld last week Wednesday, having received his discharge on Tuesday. Hu was wounded at Chateau Thierry July 20, receiving a machine gun bullet through each shoul der. This week he Is visiting his sisters, Mrs. B. O. Wales of Weybrldge and Mrs. M. E. Day of nipton. Miss Uernlco Morse, Miss Stock well and Miss Davis, all of Proctor, also Mr. Morse, Mr. Rob- ' ert Greeley, Lieutenant Kinsman and Miss Ruth" Greeley spent the week-end at Mrs. Nettio Morse's In this village. Miss Soulo and Mrs. Shattuck, former residents of Bakersfleld, who have been spending tho winter In California, have arrived In Bakersfleld for the summer. Mrs. Jolly of Berkshire was a guest over Sunday of Mrs. C. 11. Morrill. Alfred (lover has moved his family into Mrs. Wells' tenement. Urigham Acad emy nine defeated the Bellows Free Academy team of Fairfax Monday after noon, at Fairfax, 13 to 5. Brigham played Ilichford high Wednesday and will play St. Albans high Saturday. The Ilev. and Mrs. Smith went to Kssex Junction Tues day morning as representatives of the Congregational Church to the State Con gregational conference. Mr. Smith also nttend the League of Nations convention as representative of the local Orange. EAST BERKSHIRE. Miss Mnble Brown of Knosburg Falls visited in town a part of last week. Mrs. Norman Morrison of Montgomery Center and Mrs. Leonard Cotton and daughter, Phyllis, of Boston, were guests of Mrs. F. M. Stone Thursday of last week, Mrs. J. It. P.cnfrew was in Knos burg Falls Friday and Saturday. A shadow social will lie hold in ltublee's hall Friday evening. The proceeds will go Into the library fund. .Mrs. F. S. Hutchinson was called to Glens Falls, N. y last week by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Daniel Moron, and Mary Elizabeth Hugg. Mrs. H, P. Perley has gono to Burlington, where she will pass the summcrX-MI?s Allco Button, who Is working, JosTCt. Albans, passed the week end at if homo here Mrs. J. It. Ren frew ivaln Hlchford Tuesday and Wed nesday of this week. Several from this place atfended tho celebration for the roturned soldiers Tuesday afternoon and evening. Tho next meeting of Trout River Grange will bo held Juno 3. State Master O. L. Martin speaks at that time and a Rood time is anticipated. All members are requested to come. There will be special music for tho occasion and re freshments served. WEST BERKSHIRE A reception was given to tho soldier boys at Austin's hall Thursday evening. There were seven of the suldler boys present: Frank Jones, Don Hammond, Waller Hammond, Harlow llroe, Clark Austin, Lorun Farrar and Percy Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chadwlck of Shel don visited at G, D, Putnam's recently. Mrs. Flank Wilson of Glen Sutton, Que., Visited her daughter, Mrs, Mark Kinnoy, i. at tho homo of Mrs. Llnulo Kinney. Mro. Lury Putnam has leturned from Threo Rivers, Mass., where she spent the winter. Frank O. Jones, who has been with the A. E. F. In France, arrived at his homo here May 11. EINGHAMV1LLE Mrs. Seneca llai-elton, who has been Av visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. J. V Lamb, has returned to her home In e St. Albans, Mr, and Mrs. T, Q. Rynn have gono to Hardwlrk lo pass some time with Mrs. Kmnllnu Montague. M. K. Brewster was In Burlington Thursday on business, A daughter was born to Mr, and Mrs. Olenn Tlllolson i Friday night. Mrs. William Howard of Johnson passed the week-end with Mr, f and Mrs. E. A. Hunt. Tho Ladles' Aid will moot at the church Thursday afternoon to do necessary work .st and supper will bo served. Mr, and Mrs. Warner Brush and daughter of Fairfax . and Mrs. L. II, Scott and con visited Mr, ' and Mrs, Day Hugg, Sunday, at Jefferson- vllle, ' The remains of Mrs. Lucia (Bine- ton, wero brought hero for burial May 20. Among those to attend tho burial wero Mr. and Mrs. Frank Talcott and son, and Mrs. Bingham of Wllllston, nnd Mrs. Orton of Burlington. Tho funeral of Mrs. John Cnssavnnt, who Infantry, 77th Division, who arrived In Now York April 30, received his discharge May 10 nnd reached homo Wednesday night. It, W. Burnhnm and fam ily of Westfleld nro .moving to the Harrison Dodge houso on Congress street died In Hnkctsilold May 20, was held j which they recently purchased. Mr. and ai me cnurcn in mis piaco ni'in" Mrs. Harrison Dodge are moving from their residence, recently sold ,lo the Hat In Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Hohlnson's house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Robin son. Miss Mnrio Gullck, who has had rooms with Mr. and Mrs. Dodgo for so long n time, will go with them to their new homo. A. C, Hooker of Hardwlck was a visitor In town Saturday. Mrs. J. 1". McCllnton of Springfield, Mass., who has passed two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Viola Campbell, and at the homes of her brother, Guy S, nnd Hugh H. Campbell, and sister, Mrs. H. D. Nouland, leturned homo Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Guyette sold their home place Friday to Leon It. Hlltz nnd his mother, Mrs. May H. Hilts'., of Lynn, Mass. Tho remains of Mrs. Mary 15. Bell, widow of the late Hev. M. P. Bell, for mer pastor of the Methodist Church, ar rived hero Thursday from Philadelphia, where she has resided for some years. The body was accompanied by a ton and j daughter-ln-lnw, Mr, nnd Mrs. Martin i P. Bell, a daughter, Mrs. Anna Robin i sou, and a brother, O. L. Leach, all of Philadelphia, Funernl services were held at the Methodist Church nt 10 o'clock Thursday foienoon, the Hev. W. T. Best officiating. Interment was made In the family lot In Hlverslde cemetery. A. It. Campbell, A. A. Nlles, O. A. Morse and II. Walte acted as bearers. At the an nual meeting nf the Fnlty class of iho Congregational Church, the following of ficers were elected; President, Annie M. Wombell! vice-president, Alberta Bedell; secretary, Blanch Morse; treasurer. Vera Gilbert; executive committee, Marie Gu- day afternoon. The Hev, I. 11, Wills olllclated. M. E. Brewster nnd family wore In Johnson Tuesday. Mrs. Lucia Parsons has returned from Canada. Mr. Series of Bellows Knits was In this place Mny 20. Sirs. M. E. Brewster and children aro visiting friends In Jericho. SWANTON Mrs. P. C. Tobln, who has been with Mrs, T. M. Tobln for several weeks, left Thursday evening for a few days stay In Rutland, before going to New York City, where she Is to reside. Joseph Maurice, son ot .Mr. and .Mrs. John Maurice, and Miss Alblna Lumoureaux were married Wednesday May H at tho Church of tho Nativity, by tho Hev. U. M. Salmon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Maurice are enjoying n trip to several Massachusetts points. They will reside In Swanton. Euclldo Trahan has sold the Truhan Ico business to his father, N. Trahan of Hlghgate. Tho business will be managed this summer by Frank Towne. William Mullen and Miss Nellie Medor were mar ried Wednesday May II at the Church of the Nativity by Hev. K. M. Salmon. They nie to reside in the Mullen home stead on Spring street. Tho Flying Faglu Patrol gave a banquet Thursday evening in Library hall lu honor of the Stag Patrol, which was the winner In the lo eeut Scout contest. Sergeant Walter Bell, recently returned from overseas, talked to the scouts and their guests. Sergeant Hell was appointed drill master for the troop. Webster Hatcheldor, who hns been III with pneumonia, Is Improving. Harry lick; relief committee, Helen Hohlnson; .ileum- is moving nis inmuy into ino icne- friendship committee, Llllla Lease; press mcnt recently vacated by Mr. anil Mrs. committee, Belle Barrows. At this meet Eucllde Frahan. Miss Frances Parsons Ing the class voted to adopt two orphans and Mrs. Louise Allen have arrived from In France, whom they will support for Boston to pass the summer In town. j tho year, the money being sent Im Mr. and Mrs. N. (J. Fiirman are enter- i mediately; also each member who can, tabling Miss Helen Adams of Oakland, Is asked to adopt the "penny a dav" system, laying by that amount each day Cal. Miss Mildred Mulheron has re turned from a week's' visit In Champlain, N. Y. A social was given Wednesday evening In honor of Waller Bell, who leaves soon for Boston, at the home of Fred Walte. W. B. Pencil has purchased through tho Herriek agency the D. C. Stone house, which has been owned by Vernon Dodge for several months. Mr. Pencil weeks. Mrs. Margaret Rousseau anil daughter, Marion, have gone to St. Albans, where Mrs. Rousseau has t-m-ployment. Mrs. T. F. Kelley Is visiting her daughter. Mis. Frank Pierce, In Woodstock. Alton McC.uli'e of the bu reau of fisheries, Washington, I). C, Is beie to superintend the distribution ot llsdi fry from the local hatchery. The Congregational Church voted at a business meeting Monday evening to purchase of Mrs. T. M. Tobln the house on Farrar street, now occupied by II. .1. Sunderland, lo be used as a parsonage. The house, used for many years as the parsonage, has been bought by Vincent Dodge. The salary of the minister, F, Wilson Daj, was raised, $.".00, also at the meeting. it. J. Carleson has gone to Flint. Mich., where he Is employed. Miss Georglanna Kino went yesterday to Cleveland, Ohio, where she has a posi tion In a hospital. Miss Lillian Hatch Is passing this week In Burlington. Mrs. F. Owen of Manchester, N. H is pass ing u month with her mother, Mrs. S. K. Buttorfleld. Tho funeral of Clarence Greenla was held Monday at the Metho dist Church. Mr. Greenla died of pneu monia at Shelburne Farms, where he was employed. for the same cause. Grand Isle County NORTH HERO A very pretty but quiet wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. AVilllam Moore Friday evening nt six o'clock when their oldest daughter, Genla M. Moore, was united In marriage to Sergt. Ernest V. Way by the Rt. Rev. George L. Story, the double ring service being used. Only the immediate families were present The bride was , becomingly gow'ned in white silk crepe do chine with a band of silk roses at ' the throat and a cluster at the belt, the i groom wearing his uniform. The bridal couple stood under an arch of cedar with small silk flags In the cedar and a large flag draped overlieuil. After the deceased would have been 93 In July and ceremony a wedding supper was served, WHS tne ast survlvor of the children of the bridal couple leaving on the 8:40 jir anj ,Mr(J- John Wade, all formerly train for Boston and other parts amid nf stowe. He leaves several nephews and n shower of rice and good wishes. ThuneccSi among them Miss Jessio Wado of bride was the recipient of many use ful articles and also sumtf of money. The bride Is a graduate of B. IS. S.. Burlington, nnd is a very successful teacher, having taught In the town a greater portion of the time. The groom Is the H. F. D. carrier In the town, and also served nearly a year in the U. S. army, and was commissioned first ser gennt of the quartermaster's corps and received his honorable discharge In April from Camp Eustls, Virginia, where he had been for several months. Upon their return they will inako their home with the groom's father, A. H. Way. Mrs. U. W. Perkins of the Bradstrcct olllce, Burlington, and son, Bradley, were in town Friday to attend tho wedding of Mrs. Perkins' brother, Sergt. E. V. Way to Miss Genla M. .Moore. She also visited friends in Houses Point, N. Y before returning to Burlintrton. turning to Rovinirv Monday. Dr, George II, Nnsh of Burlington called at mo nomo of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ma goon, while iinHslnir through Stowe Tuesday. The sermon to tho gradu ating clnss wilt bn nrenclicd by tho Hov. M. L Bacon at tho auditorium of the Akolcy Memorial building Sunday evening. There will bo snoclal music. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Smith nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Stnhl, who hnvo passed sov ernl dnys at A. L. Gale's while on a motor trip from Central Falls.. H. I., left on their return Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will return to Stowo In a few weeks to erect n bungnlow on their fnrm on West Brnnch. Dr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Barrows were in Burlington Tuesdny. Joseph Latuch returned on Tuesday from llurllngtou, wnero ho re cently hnd an operation for cataract at the Mary Fletcher hospital. Mr. and Mrs, C. F. Eddy nre nt tho Mnry Fletcher hospital. Mr. Eddy la doing well after an operation for cataract. F. C, Bashaw Is recovering from a severe illness caused by an abscess In the bond. George F. Adams of Mos cow Is 111 with pleurisy. Mr. nnd Mrs. A, II. Bcntley, who hnve passed tho Inst two years In Shoreham, hnve ro turned to Stowo and nre stopping nt O. A. Harrows' until their household goods arrive, when they will occupy a tenement In W. F. Harris' houso at tho lower village. Mr. Bentley has employment with N. B. Johnson, car penter nnd Joiner. P. S. Kaiser has moved from Mrs. Fanny Muyo's tene ment to Jerome Stowell's house. Stan ley Bnlley has moved from tho Stowolt house to Elmer Sargent's house. Thcru will bo a special car Friday night for tho dance nt Wnterbury Cen ter, leaving Stowo at eight p. in., Mos cow at S : 1 0. The Misses Anna and Alice Mower of Morrlsvllle passed the week-end with their sister, Mrs. Florence E. Cobb, on Pucker street. Miss Kntherlne Smallcy Is assisting at the central telephone office. W. J. McKnlght of Norwood, Mass., a hrother-ln-lnw of Mrs. A. .1. Laird, Is hero to pass the summer nt ho home of Mr. and Mrs. Laird on West 3 1 til. Theodore Wells has employment nt Brlsben & Brlshen's drug store In Wnterbury. Tho graduation exercises of Stowe high school will begin with the sermon to the grad uating clnss by the Rev. M. E. Bacon Sunday evnlng. The junior-senior recep tion will bo held Tuesday evening and the graduating exercises Wednesday evening. The salutatory will be given by Miss Doro thea Cummlngs and the valedictory by Miss Florence Ayers, the home pupils of the cluss. The address will bo by tho Rev. J. Q. Augcll of East Burke. The annual meeting and banquet of ,111c Stowe high school Alumni association will take place Thursday evening. The condition of Herbert H. Straw does not Improve. Mr. Straw's daughter, Mrs. Mao Strnw McQuade, expects to leave Chicago for Stowe Wednesday. JOHNSON The Hun. 1. L. Pearl has returned flom Ardmore, Olkahoma. .1. W. Green, of Jeffersonvllle, was In town Friday. Hcw ard Waterman was In Burlington Friday to seo Dr. Twltchell. Miss Joslo Drown has returned to her position In the bank. William Walker Is more comfortable and hopes aro entertained for his recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Miller have gone to Searsburg to keep a boarding house for Fred Wood, who has a lumber job thore. Frank Duval and Mrs. Gladys Bennett were In Bennington Wednesday. I. L. Pearl Installed the officers of Wa terman Lodge, F. ei A. M., Thursday evening. A special meeting was called for work on May 31. Mrs. Rollle Sar gent has the scarlet fever and the whole family is quarantined. Madison Sargent Is looking after the farm work. Miss Helen Waterman Is considered out of danger from the scarlet fever. A large number of people gathered Wednesday May 11 in the vestry of the Congregational Church to pay honor to our returned soldiers, nine of whom wero present. The room was beautifully de corated with greens and flags by Miss Alice McFarland. Mrs. Landon, as one of tho directresses of tho ways and monns society, had chargo of the evening. She was assisted by Mrs. Earl Welch, Mrs. Fred Leslie, and Mrs. Arthur Stearns, Tho commltte deserved the highest praise for the success of the evening. Follow ing is the program, after wlch cake and Ice cream wero served: Chorus, On the Road to Home Sweet Home; poem, Doris Elwood; solo, Henry Van Dyke's Homo Song, Miss Elliot; chorus, When Johnny Comes Marching Home; address of wel come, tho Rev. F. W. Hazeu; "Over the Top," Walhrldge Fulllngton; experiences as drlvor at the front, Roland Bradford; gas masks, Robert Fuller; short talks were given by Howard Waterman of the tank service, Erwin Fletcher, artillery, Bradley Thomas, cavalry, Lieut. Erie Holmes, Ernest McDonald, and Howard Hill ot the S. A. T. C. navv. Stowe. His second wife, Mrs. Jane L.I The Parker & Stearns dressing mill and (Hodge) Wade, died In 130S. Mr. Wado hn , water mill nre frhut down for a few re lived in New Hnmpshlre for nbout 40 , pairs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fuller of ( Portsmouth. N. H., are stopping at Cor- STOWE The 111 emeu's ball at the Akcloy Memorial building Friday evening was attended by ISO couples.' the receipts veing over $15.". Music, was by the Scouts' iil,.ut M if T I n r.l wlnl. A!.,t,. ,.,nu- will take possession In about two ; nt from (f , " peo- ' pie ftom Burlington, Morrlsvllle, Hard wlck and Mnntiieller. Chief Silas A. Stebblns and Mrs. Stebblns and Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. McMahon led the grand j march. The Red Cros served supper, i the receipts being $70. There was a I dance at Peterson's hall at the lower vll ! lage Friday evening with about 33 ' couples lu attendance. Music was by , Mr. Chase and Mrs. Johnson of Watcr bury and Wuterhury Center. Miss Madlne Hoardman and her brother, Ira Muiin Hoardman, were at home from the t'nlverslty of Vermont for the week-end. -W. B. Blgelow went to West Lebanon, N. II., Saturday on his way to his homo In Salem, Mass., after a few days In Stowe. ' Lost, between Cheney Tomllnson's nnd -M ward Robinson's, an unllned, striped wool coat. Finder leave at McMahon's store for reward. Harry Faune. (adv.) , Beginning with next Sunday tho United Church services will be held at Unity Church. Next Sunday being Memorial j Sunday the pastor, the Hev. M. E. Bacon, will preach the annual sermon to tho 1 H. II. Smith Post, Grand Army of the Republic. The celebration of Memorial day on Friday will be carried out as usual. I The soldiers' graves in the West Branch cemetery will be decorated In the fore noon, and also those in the village ceme tery. Dinner will be served at the Akcley Memorial building at 12, following which the River Bnnk cemetery will be visited nnd the ritual service will be carried out. jThe address of tho day will bo given at the auditorium of the Akelcy Memorial I building, by the Rev. John Kimball of I Glover at two o'clock. The Stowe Mlll I tary band will assist in the exercises of the afternoon and also the juvenile band. All returned soldiers are cordially Invited to attend and take part In these exercises. The remains of Carlos C. Wade, a for mer resident, were brought here from Quincy, N. U., Friday for burial which took place in the West Branch cemetery by the side of Mr. Wade's first wife, Mrs. Eleanor Jackmau Wade, the Rev. It. W. Collins conducting the service. The ALBURG The funeral nf Miss Ada Checseman, who died at Grand Isle Sunday May 11, was held Wednesday at two o'clock at the Fplscopal Church at Alburg, Bishop G. V. Bliss of Burlington oftlclatlng. The flowers were many nnd beautiful. There were many friends from Grand IbIo, North Hero, Lake Placid, N. Y., and Montreal. A. G, Mott of Burlington was a busi ness visitor in town the past week.-Mis.j Wlipllh , n.imitH C. J Whitman returned 1li .ei ! Melissa Greene Ayers. Saturday evening auer vismiig m-i nlcco, Mrs. Gilbert Robinson. Dr. Tntro of Lacolle, P. Q., was a business caller here Saturday, There will be morning service at tne Congregational Chinch nt 10:30 on May preacher, tho pastor; Sunday school at ll:r; Christian Endeavor at 7:30 p. in. The pastor will speak on "Echoes from the State Conference." Tho Hev. T. J. Pitt attended the Congregational State conference held at Kssex Junction tlio pas.t week, GRAND ISLE William P. Blow has bought tho farm formerly owned by William Cootware, Thomas Chambcrlln has bought u new team of horses. Ruth Macomber gavu a party to a number of her young friends at tho town hall Friday evening In honor of her 15th birthday. Refresh ments of Ice cream and cake wore served. Mrs. W. .1. Donaldson wns able to ride out Monday. Hae Tobias Is at homo from Burlington, 111 with the mumps. Lamoile County MORRISVILLE .Notwithstanding a pouring rain thu game of baseball scheduled for Suturdny afternoon, People's Academy vs, Spauld Ing high, came off and resulted In a score years. Mr. and Mrs. James A. roster went Monday for a visit of several weeks with relatives in Fort Covington nnd Messina", N. Y. Thomas O, Hcrron of Swanton, who camo lo Stowe to attend the firemen's ball and to visit Miss Katheiino Smalley, returned home Mon day. Mrs. Henry H. McMahon nnd son have leturned from Bristol, Conn'., whero they have passed the winter and where Mr. McMahon, who Is employed thero will remain for the summer. R. Multland Hunter, who has been In Burlington since receiving his discharge from servlco in December, Is passing a few weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hunter. Robert Smallcy went Saturday to Poland, Me,, where ho has employment. The Red Cross realized about S71.G0 from the supper of Friday evening. Tho finance committee feels grateful to all who re sponded so generously to the call for food and service and to tho Boy Scouts who wero of grent nssistanco. Mrs. W. W. Adams has received news of the recent death in Denlson, Washington, of her brother, Selden G. Ayers, aged 00 years. Mr. Ayers passed his early life In Water bury and Stowe but has lived In the West for 40 years, for tho last 10 years in Denlbon and previous to that In Cali fornia, Oregon, and other places in were Jasper and iycrs. He leaves four brothers nnd sisters, Jcromo B, Ayers, Mrs. Aurora Adams, Mrs. W. W. Adams and William W. Ayers, all ot Stowe, Ho also leaves his wife and two sous, both of the latter having been honorably dis charged from service "and returned home, Mr. Ayers' only visit to Stowo' sincu leav ing for the West was made 30 years ago. Lieutenant H. M. Anderson, V, S. N on a urloiigh from his duties as pay master on tho U. S. transport Han cock, hns been a guest at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McMahon. The rural schools closed for tho summer vacation Friday. Miss Martha Curry and Mrs. Minnie Tlnkham wont Tuesday to Rutland to nttend the Ktato convention of the Women'H Ho lief Corps as delegates from the II. II. Smith Corps, Among those from Stowo who at tended tho peace league convention In Burlington Wednesday afternoon and evening wore Dr. H. W. Barrows, Mr, and Mrs. O. K. Luce, Mr. and Mrs. H 15, Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. C. E Burt, Mr, nnd MrB, M. C. Lovejoy, the Rev, nnd Mrs. M, E. Bacon, Mr, nnd Mrs, F. E Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Hulter. Gnle H. Shaw. George Clovoland nnd Mrs, Belle McCnughlln nt iloxnury woro married by tho Hov. H. W. Collins at Mobcow Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve land remained for the week-end with Mr. Cleveland's sister, Mrs. W. H, Rus sell, and other relatives In Stowe, re nclius Lonergan's for a few days. Earl H. Welch was In SI. dohnsbury last week. .Mrs. c. W. Whiting and children have returned from East Fairfield. Wllley brothers shipped a car of stock from the station, Monday. A. J. Pomcroy of East Fairfield loaded a car of maple sugar Monday from W. H. Nye, paying 23 cents per pound. Tho oftlccrs of Johnson Chapter, O. E. S., were Installed Friday by Past D. D. G. P. H. M. Maxflcld. Miss Llla Whipple, who spent tho winter In Florida, returned last week by auto mobile. There Is to be a special meeting of Johnson Chapter, O. E. S., Thursday, when the deputies are expected to make their annual visitation. Albert, son of H. O, Stiles, is the new H. F. D. man on route number three. Frank .Miller ami family havo returned from a visit lo his daughter lu White River Junction. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Jones and daughtor, woro In Burlington, Tuesday. D. A. Bar rows and It. O. Balch wero In Craftshury Tuesday. Mrs. O. B. Landau spent the first of the week in Burlington. The Hov. R, J. Kuntz, pastor of the Pentecostal Chinch, will deliver tho me morial sermon nt ho Opera house next Sunday. Roland Bradford lias gone to Nallck, Mjiss., where ho has employment. Walbrldgc, son of tho lato B. S, Fulllngton, has employment with A. J. Saleeby In his store. II. V. Stearns, Mr. and Mrs. IOdwntd Walker, Mrs. l.'mma Barrows and Mrs, Carl Stewart attended the State encampment of S. of V. In Rut land tho first of the week. Bertram Hunt, who has been discharged from service, and his mother, visited his father the first of the week. Mrs. J. C. Davis Is visiting her son, Clarence, in Strafford, F. D. ABERNETHY Head of Church Street. This Week We are devoting unusual attention to a special exhibit and sale of Undermusliris It is unquestionably the largest and most comprehen sive exhibit of the kind which this store has ever held. Exceedingly dainty and practical garments of both foreign and American origin including an extensive collection of silk garments, also sheer batiste and nainsook, hand embroidered effects from the Philip pines and Madeira Islands. ' Silk Undergarments Crepe de Chine Envelope Chemise in flesh and white. Lace and insertion trimmed. SPECIALLY PRICED AT $3.00. Crepe de Chine Night Gown, in flesh color, trimmed with picot lace edge. V neck and sleeveless. SPECIALLY PRICED AT $5.75 Crepe de Chine Night Gown with tailored finish. In flesh color only $8.00 White Washable Satin Petticoat. A straight cut skirt with deep hem and folds of net around bottom $7.50 Washable Satin Petticoat, in flesh color, with hem and deep tuck. A very handsome skirt $8.50 Jersey Silk Bloomers, flesh color only, $3.50 and $3.75 Jersey Silk Bloomers in navy and black $4.25 Crepe de Chine Flesh Colored Camisoles with bodice top and tailored finish $2.25 Washable Satin Camisoles in white and flesh color. Lace trimmed $2.25 Washable Satin Camisoles with tailored finish and bodice top. In flesh color. SPECIALLY PRICED AT $1.75. Philippine Embroidered . Envelope Chemise Made of fine nainsook, embroidered in plain scallop design. SPECIALLY PRICED AT $2.85. Other envelope chemise, with scalloped edges and de signs beautifully embroidered, $3.50, $4.25, $4.75. $5.00, $6.50. Straight Chemise In plain scallop design, round neck. SPECIALLY PRICED AT $2.85. Straight chemise in a variety of handsome hand em broidered designs $3.00 Philippine Embroidered Night Gowns In both the round and V neck. A simple, scalloped gown with dainty eyelets and ribbon around tHe neck. SPECIALLY PRICED AT $2.25 Gowns in many different designs with round, square and V necks, $3, $3.50. $4.25, $4.50. $4.75. $6.50 THE BURLINGTON MARKETS (hit i:en the I .only Prune lint Joined Luxury Clnsn Wednesday, May 21, 1919. Did you know that tho lowly, despised prune, has reached the luxury clnss now, nnd desplto tho price is scarce at thatl You havo to pay 25 cents for prunes now, whereas a short tlmo ngn they were some thing like D to 12 cents. Dealers used to buy thorn for six cents. Tho price will remain up, too, until another crop. In vegetables now nsparngus Is -i cents, new green pens 25, parsley eight, radishes eight. Tomatoes are 30 cents per pound. Butter Is ono cent lower this week, being listed at 67 cents. Meats aro the same, and fish and sea foods, too. Fresh native broilers arc In the mar ket, being priced yesterday at 75 cents per pound. In fruits, figs aro 45 cents, California oranges 30 to $1, and strawberries 33 cents. WHOLESALE PRICES lb Beef, dressed, liuuer, in. Eggs, fresh, doi. Hogs. lo Lamb, lb Lard, lb Potatoes, bushel .200.28 .2ff.C3 .46 .23 .34 .30 (1.23 RETAIL GROCERIES Artichokes 1 Now beets Beet greens I Butter, creamery, separator 1 Cabbago, lb Cauliflower, head Carrots, bunch ! Celery, bunch cnicory. uunoh Cucumbers, each Eggs, fresh, doz Eg-gplant, each Endives, Belgian Flow, barley Flour, bread, sack Flour, pastry, sack Garlic. Ib Lettuce, Boston ball, Manlo sugar. Ib. . Maplo syrup, gal Mint, fresh, bunch ,, Mushrooms, fresh .... New asparagus New green peas, at. .. Now Bermuda onions ' Oats, rolled i Oleomargarine 1 Olivo oil, gallon I Parsley, bunch I Peppers, greon, ech .. I Potatoes, pk itnmsnes Rice, It) 12Vi.15 head .ir,J.M .155J.25 .40 .67 .15 .25ff.75 .15 .20Q.30 .25 .153.20 .55 .50Q.75 $1.00 .97 $2.01 $2.no .so .:00.2s ,30tf.4S $2.5032.75 .15 $1.50 25 .23 .153.1S ,07 .35.40 $5.0036.00 .08 .10 .01 Sninnch Sugar, granulated, rt). Tomatoes, lb , Turnips, now, lb Vegetable oysters Watercress, bunch RETAIL MEATS Bacon, lb n Boef, roaot, Ib Broilers Chickens, roasting, R Ducks, lb Fowls, lb Geese. Ib Ham. sliced, lb Lamb chops, spring, tb Lamb, leg, lb Lamb, spring, forward quarter Lard, leaf, lb I 1'orK chops, in I Pork, roast, Ib .Salt Pork, Ib Sausage, pork, lb I Steak, porterhouse, tb Steak, sirlion, Hi Steak, round, lb Steak, veal, tt Turkeys, rb FISH AND SEAFOODS .5O-&.60 .108.11 .30 .OS .150.20 .13 .600.73 .45 .60 .43.50 .45 ..71 .40 .63 .60 .45 .35 .32 .330.40 .32Q.43 .32 .40 .00 .60 .50 .53 .508.60 Conn., land. and Mrs, George Briggs In Rut- JEFFERSONVILLB O, P. Hayes, who bus been In a feeble condition since a fall In the winter, re ceived another injury Saturday and Is much worse. Theodore Vldeto was In Colchester Sunday. Frank Bemls, of St. Albans, was in town Tuesday. Thomas Corse, of Cambridge, was hero Saturday, Frances and Helon Hyde were at homo from their college work Sunday. Twclvo of the returned Boldler boys acceptod the Invitation extended them by tho Chris tian Endeavor society to attend a ban quet at tho school-house Saturday eve ning, Tho banquet was followed by a social hour, after which they nttended the movies at Morse's huli, Tho Bur-llriKton-Cambrldgu bus Is receiving good latronugo, G, v. Holmes returned to Burlington Saturday.-XIrs. Edith Man chester, who has been caring for Mrs. Irving Ooruo and son. Urban. wa call- ed to her home Saturday evening by the i-erlous condition of Mr. Hayes. Y. M. C. A. workers spoke very Interestingly at the church Sunday morning. Reports are that Erman Provost Is In a critical condition at tho hospital. Mrs. George Westman was 111 last week. A meeting of the M. W. A. was held at Start's hall Monday evening. The State deputy was present. The remains of Erman Provost, tho son of Sir. and Mrs. Frank Provost, were brought from the Fanny Allen hospital, where ho died Monday after noon from the effects of blood rViison Ing and scarlet fover. Interment was made in thc village cemetery Tuesday afternoon, with a short service at the grave. Mr. Provost was hit In tho face by a crank at tho Storso Box factory on the 12th, was taken to the hospital two days later suffering with blood poisoning and scarlet fever and little hopes were entertained from tho first for his recov ery and tho battlo for life ended just one week from the time of tho nccldent. Ho lenves besides his parents, ono sis ter, Mrs. T. R. Llbbey of this place, and a brother, Lewis of Jamaica Plains, Mass. A brother died from lockjaw and a sister, Stella, In 1916 from diphtheria. Heartfelt sympathy goes out to the be reaved ones. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Mny nard wero In Bakersfleld Sunday. Fred Wood and son of Hyde Park wero In town Saturday. Mrs. Robert Safflrd of Cam bridge Is stopping with her parents here. A special town meeting is called for Saturday, May 24, at ten o'clock with the following articles in tho wnrnlng: (1) To sen If tho town will vote ten per cent, additional for State tax as re quired by law; (2) to see if tho town will vote lo raise 15 per cent. In nddl tlon to amount 'voted for current ex penses; (3) to see If tho town will vote to authorize tho school directors to pay for tho transportation of its pupils at tending tho Junior-senior high school; (4) to seo If tho town will vrito to In struct the selectmen to purchase addi tional land for playground for high school at Jeffersonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jacobs and son nnd Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoyt of Jericho wero callers at M. S. Hawloy's Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Green, who have been at their farm homo hero for tho past two years, aro planning to return to Lodl, Cal., about July 1, having leased their farm for ten years, T. N, Vldeto roturned from Colchester Monday, All pledges to tho war chest aro expected to be redeemed on or beforo Juno 1, as It Is to bo closed on that date. County Agent Frank Jones of Morrlsvllle 'was In town Tuesday. The Jeffersonvllle Cemetery association Is planning to nc copt tho invitation extended It at tho annual meeting by Mrs. C. N. Styglcs of Jericho and meet with her the first Tuesday In June for its monthly meet ing. The people of this part of tho town extond sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Aus tin Chase ot Cambridge, who lost all their household effects nnd 'wearing np parcl In a tiro which destroyed their home at Cambridge Monday afternoon. AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pet. Chicago New York .... Cleveland Boston ... Washington ... St. Louis Detroit Philadelphia ... NATIONAL ....16 ....10 ....13 ;) .... 8 .... 9 LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pcu 6 .727 5 .667 5 .722 9 .500 10 .444 11 .4V) 11 .313 13 .233 New York 1( ,730 Cincinnati 14 S .636 Brooklyn 12 7 .632 Chicago 11 n .300 Pittsburg 11 10 .321 Philadelphia 8 9 .471 St. Louis 5 16 "38 , Boston 4 13 .235 I Butterflsh Bluepolnts Cod Cusk Fresh herring Flounders Haddock Haddles Halibut Lobster Mackoret Oysters Pickerel Pike Pollock Rock cod Salmon Perch RETAIL FRUITS Almonds Bananas, doz Cocoanuts, each Figs, lb Figs, pressed Lemons Nuts, mixed Oranges, California, doz Strawberries, basket Rhubarb, lb Walnuts, tb RETAIL GRAINS Bran, cwt Cornmeal Corn, cracked, cwt. Drymash Feed, gluten, cwt Feed, gluten, ton Flour, bread Flour, pastry Hay, baled, cwt Hay, loose, ton Henfeed Meal, cottonseed, cwt. Meal, cottonseed, ton Middlings, cwt Oats, bushel Provender No. 1, cwt Whlto Middlings Straw, baled, cwt .30 .SB .lSfi.23 .130.1S .121 .15 .138.18 .18 .30.40 .50 .25 .76.8 .25 .25 .15S.1S .30 .50 .23 .40 .40.50 .10 .45 .15 .3071.40 ,2i'ff.33 .30-6 $1.00 .15 s.'.eo $4.0(1 $4.00 $4.00 $3.40 $e?.oo $1.15 $1 V, $1.75 $4.00 $3.30 $70.00 .52.00 .92 $3.30 $3.50 .SOtf-90 Xr.W YORK LIVESTOCK IIOSTOX PRODUCE MAKKKT (Continued on pane ten.) Boston, May 21. APPLES Haldwins. fancy, cold storage, 0JH2 btil.; ruFsuts t0&0; Ben Davis SR8; bushel boxi, Haldwins, extra fancy. $4.n0Cn; No. I J3.B0O4.B0: western hnv 'apples J.V.Wiii;. 1liA. uar lots, per 11)0 lbs., New York and Michigan choice pea beana $88.25; white $7.7.'iSJR; yellow eye, fancy, $7.75H; fair to good $n.JSO7,50: red kidney, fancy tl2I2.30; fair to good f 10.S0JJ11.50; Cana dian peas $4.!W1S5; native green peas $7(ft 7. SO; lima beans SS.BOlffO; jobbing prices ftBOe above car lots. BURF Medium sides 224fa3o; hinds 28 27c; fores lHigdDc; cows 20022c. C'OH.V For shipment, No. 2 yellow, $1,93 IT 1.115; No. 3 yellow 1.001.02. COnN.MKAL Per 100 lbs., granulated $4.3.1; bolted $4.30; feeding 3.53&3.0O' crarked corn ?3.0O3.65; white corn flour $1.0.1; white rornmeal $1.40; hominy grits and sainp $4.10. EGOH Fancy hennery and nearby OOffi flic; eastern extras Silfjit&r; western extras .WWMe; western prime firsts 4050c; west ern firsts 474 f-t4c; storage packed prime firsts 3()o; flrsts 4SJ4ttc. Pt.OUn Per 10 lbs., in aaeks. spring patents, special short, $13.7B14.55; sprlnir IMtents. standard. 112.73 13.25; hard win ter patents $12,7Si5,13.25; soft winter pat ents 1 12. .10 ffj 13.2.1; soft winter straights $ll.730'12.nn, sprlns first clears 10.BOR U.50 KHUIT Oranges, Florida, 3.S00 box' California t4Jfl.B0; grapefruit $4i97' strawberries 1.1(ff3.1o box; pineapples $4.75 HAY rer Ion, No. 1 timothy, ti'i&H So. 2 timothy 3S(40; No. 1 east ern $3730: No. 2 eastern 34i330; No, 3 hay $33SJ3.1; clover mixed 3.1Jji3R; fine hay $333.1; straw, rye, $1718; oat $Hf 1,1. I.AM US Ocnulne spring lambs 30(f32r; spring lambs 27W20C; fall and winter 24 2o; yearlings lS02c; mutton 2022c; veals 10ft22c. .Mll.I.FKBI) Per ton. spring bran. $43.50; winter bran $44: middlings $40.505I; mixed feed I.10W.13; reil dog $00; seeonil clears $114. .10; gluten feed $02.02; hominy feed $03 00: stock feed $80.50; oat hulls, regrnuml. $38.50; cottonseed meal f 03071)'. OATMKAI. Per 1M). pound sack, rolled. $3.0.1, rut and ground $4. 34. OATS Shipment, fancy, 40 82c; fancy. 3S lbs., 8ie814c; lbs.. S0iB'h04c; regular, 80 lbs, ONIONS Texas $4.80B crt. POULTRY Fowls) northern, large, 3S 40c; medium 3537o; western dry packed large, 37W30c; medium and small 3l35o: western stags 286'30c: native squab 67 dot.: native pigeons $.1.50 4 doz. I.IVK POULTRY Fowls 3038c; old roosters 25c. PORK PRODUCTS Heavy backs and short cut $02.00; medium back 160.10 61,01); long cut $02.00; raw leaf lard 34c; rendered leaf 37Uc; pure lard 38Hc; dressed hogs 24 23c. POTATOES Aroostook Oreen Mountains I2.D0O3 per 100 lbs. on track In car lota; new southern $0 508 bbl, REFINED SUOAR8 The American quotes granulated and fine as a basis at Do for too. pound lots. Wholesale grocers quote 0.35 per 100 pounds In bulk and $9.75 lu packages. lbs., 814 regular. 3 , 704 080c. New York, May Receipts 1.020. Steady bulls $8.50 13.30; cows 21 Steer $1 00 14 BEEVES $13W 16.80; 12.S0. CALVES Receipts 3,140. Strong Com. mon to prime veals $lrtgi0; culls $12i 1.1' little calves $131B; fed calves $11013 SHEEP AND LAMHS Receipts' 2,200 Finn. Sheep (owes) $SU; lambs $12.80(3 15.80. HOGS Receipts 3,200. Steady, at $21t 21.80; roughs $18.50. NEW YORK (iUAIN AND PRODI CH New WHEAT Spot steady, elevator exports. CORN Spot firm. No. No. 2 white $1.00 cost York. OATS Spot unsettled Others unchanged. POTATOES Steady, bbl., $20.75. RAW SUGAR Steady, tine granulated 0c. York May 21 No, 2 red $2 307 2 yellow $1 07 an and freight N'ew Standard sne. South Carolln.i, Centrifugal 7,2'c H'OT COTTON AND rilTUKKS New York, May 21 Spot cotton quiet. Sllddllng 31.2.1. Cotton futures closed: .May .111.460.1 July 20.30 10; Oct. 27.70&S1, Dec 27 30tf 32; Jan. 21.1018. C1I1CAOO PKODLTK MAKKKT CORN May $1,584. OATS May 014c PORK July $80.2.1. LARD July $.11.50. RHIS Iuly $27.70. Cash quotations: PORK Nominal. LARD $33.05. RII1S $27.78928.62 Chicago, May 21 t.78i; July $1,034, Hc; July ep H3ic, Sep CII.VMlir.R OF C'OM.MKKCK il'OTATlOXS ON nilTTF.T Hoston. May 21 To-day's Chamber of Commerce quota tlons, tho price of commission mercanu to dealers, follow: RUTTER Creamery extras 6,1c; creamer; firsts 8880 4c; creamery seconds .1114 ?, B74c; dairy butter 50B0o; ladles 48c, renovated butter 83 34c, HOSTON HL'TTUR MAKKKT (Furnished by the Associated Press) Hoston. May 21. R UTTER Northern 00461c; westen 60 60 4 c CHEESE Choice 33 334c; fair to coat 32 32 4 c. GRANITR POL1SHKR DANKRFP1 Rutland, Mny 21. Frank II. Dupaw 01 Rarre, a granlto polisher, has filed a petition in bankruptcy. Ho has llablll. tics of ?72M.07 nnd assets of $9560.62 ol which $472 is claimed exempt. Insuranct policies are named In the assets.