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IHE (BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920.
.1 CITY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Howe of Elizabeth, U. J., nro tho parontB of a daughter, born February 28. Major nnd Mrs, A T. Coltcy nro tho parents of a daughter, born a few days ngo In New York. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Poult are the par- i Ing. Plana nlso were perfected, for the ontt) of a daughter, born February 23 at annual mooting of tho State conference tho Sparhawk sanitarium, at Braltlcboro May II and 13, nd for Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Johnson of 22.1 1 ''c"!",u"' mlnlto; convocation at MW Church street announce the engagement I dlobm' " Ptembcr. of their daughter, Mae, to Harold Miles A ni)VT"? Shower was Riven Miss Little of Detroit, Mich. j CleorKla Wlnterbottom by about SO of her In probate court Thursday licenses to sell real estate were Issued In the estates of )lclen O. Webster, late of Shclburnc, and Hcman W. Itlcc, late of EssJt. In probate court Tuesday, the wilt of Almlra. Degree, lato of Burlington, was proved. There waa a settlement and decree In tho estate of Asahel B. Puffer, late .of Jericho. I'.rnest irezcu, wno was nrrcic ... Newport for resisting an Immigration officer, was sentenced to thrco months In tho Cnlcdonla court Jail Friday on his plea of guilty In United States court, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. O'Noll of Fort Ethan Allen announce the marriage of their daughter, Margaret, at Washington, D. C to Lieut. W. H. Miller of Los Angeles, Calif., now stationed at Camp Meade, Md. Edward J. Lockwood, federal prohibi tion Inspector, has moved to this olty and taken up his residence at 65 South Union street. He has hln office In the Internal revenue department of tho fed eral building. Albert B. Griffith was fined $i in city court Friday morning for advertising himself as a dentist when he was not quallflod to practice as such.. He pleaded guilty to the charge, which was brought by State's Attorney Martin. Word has been received In this city announcing tno nirin oi a o.iui,im-.. .frB.iu. vusiiim. i ... ton Hatch of Brockton, Mass Mis. Hatch will he remembered as Miss Beatrice Delbeck, formerly of this city. Judce Seneca Haselton observed tho 72nd anniversary of his birthday Thurs ,ccns( waf) , , ,n )hc cs(ato day and his multitude of friends over t.ie !0 , , f m , State will be pleased that he Is s owly re- M Freeman, late of Burl ngton covering from his recer , Illness nends was ,ed fo probate. Tlw win o f PhL fiTiimt5 ' at,CnmnE: Cliarlc. B. Putney, late' of Burlington, to his legal wotfc. ; mlM nlovH Kcn y J nno Qf lhi( cUy Mrs. Florence A. Hlnis has purchased wns appointed executrix of this will, tho Patnaude garage on St. Paul street. I while H. T. Tluttcr nnd B. B. Baldwin, It Is understood that the purchase is in i also of Burlington, were appointed eom thc Interests of the O. L. Hinds com- mlssioners and appraisers. Mrs. I.ano pany, which plans to use the second was appointed administratrix de bonis story as an addition to Its factory. The , first floor is to be used as a garage. About 13,000 tons of Ice has been har vested by the Standard Coal & Ice com Kinv. This Includes not only the amount used by the company for cold storage wd domestic purpos"- but a largo amount which has been put Into private ice houses. Thore still remain a few of these houses to be tilled after which the winter's work will be completed. Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Lyman, who have been In Los Angeles, Cal., for the last four months, will start for home March 15. They made the trip to California by automobile but will return by train. Mrs. F. M. Barstow and Mrs. C. C. Miller, who also crossed the continent by auto mobile In October, will start for home on April 7, also by train. In probate court yesterday Martin A. Chase of. this city was appointed admin istrator of the estate of Kate D. Chase, late of Burlington, while C. C Brlggs and M. C. Grandy, both of this city, were appointed commissioners and appraisers. Ernest H. O'Brien of Rut land was appointed administrator of the estate of Hiram O'Brien, "ate of nines burg. Dr. H. A. Buck of Colchester avenue entertained few relatives and friends on the S5th Bnnlvcrsary of his birthday, February 27. He received many cards from friends and a delicious fruit cake from a niece in Philadelphia, and was thereby enabled to participate in a cako walk at home. He Is hale and hearty, and knows of no reason why he cannot live to be 100 years old. XT.Ic.m Va.,m nf Y). i. linn,., t. . ....... ....sun uut w, uiuiiuriii'ii nun vii.i;i lu i In Chittenden eountv court a suit for dl- vorce from Thcressa Young on the grounds of Intolerable severity and adultery. The couple were married July 6, 19H, nt Platts; burg and lived to-gether at Burlington until May 1, 1919. Two children were born to them, Emmanuel, aged two years, and Jennie, aged four months. The petitioner asks for the care nnd custody of the boy. Two Pullman cars, "Deer Creek" and "Glen Park." that were in the wreck at Grand Isle January 31, went through Bur lington Thursday on their way to Buf falo, Is". Y to tho Pullman repair shops. Since the accident they have been in the repair shops In Rutland where they wore made fit for travel. Tho windows In both cars were boarded up, parts of tho roofs caved In nnd the sides badly damaged. John Petros, who has conducted tho Boston Fruit market at n:i Church street, left with his family Sunday night for Greece. Ho thinks he will remain thero a long time, perhaps spend the remainder of his days thero. With him goes James Manos, who has heen con nected with tho Vermont Candy Kitchen. Ho will return later nnd conduct a utore in a part of the store forinorly occupied by C. H. Bepsey at 1-ir, Church street. Loubesha Krstitch anil Iliya Shakitch. two Serbian boys, have arrived nt the University of Vermont and will lm the guests of the students for four yemrs. They are staying at Converse hall. These hoys will tako the four years' 'course. In agriculture and nt the end of that time will return to their native land to tench the subject. They liuve learned a little English, although not very much. Ono of them -.peaks French nnd tho other German. Oliver R. Lowell of Milton has entered In Chittenden county court two cases against Arthur Martell, also of Milton, In which tho plaintiff seeks to recover the sum of 11,000 In each case, claimed to be due as damnges for alleged misrepre sentation of water supply on the Qulnn farm In Westford leased by the plaintiff from the defendant, and also for alleged assault on the plaintiff by the defendant about November 18 last, Martin S. Vilas appears for tho plaintiff In both cases. Charles H. Johnson and Jamen Walsh of Newark, X. J,, and Moses Lavcry of Rlchford pleaded guilty In United States court yesterday to Illegally bring ing liquor Into the United States. Tho first two .were fined $100 each and Lavcry was fined JI50. The men were arrested In December and were Indicted at tho December term of court, They brought In 78 quarts of Scotch whiskey and a gallon of high wines. Lavcry runs a butcher shop In Rlchford nnd the goods were found there, A punch board and about SO boxen of chocolates, which had been offered as prizes, were, brought Into city court Thursday. The goods were tho property of Joseph Vlons of Milton, who oilerntes a pool room and barber nhop. Tho board and prizes were seized February ID by Deputy Sheriff F. B. Grow. Tho board waa ordered destroyod and tho candy sold, according to law, Just whnt tho chocolates will bring Is problematical. for moHt of tho packages were smashed and about otic-half the candy cone. The Vermont Conference of Congrega tional Directors and the Vermont Domes tic Missionary society held afternoon and evening sessions at tho Hotel Vermont yesterday for the purpose, of outlining plans for the Congregational World Movement financial drive, which will take place the latter part of April. Thero were ten directors present at this moot- gin incnris ai mo nome oi ncr sister, Mrs. C. K. Tuppcr, of W St. Paul street, i.rin.v evening in . .Xr,"Br "rX . V:... . . ... " "rv.".BU"vj" z'ri:. "iuT:;.?;.". "im m t. nue mm. J. ........ . . -...j i... in. V. . : . ,., 7 r, , . .. I Hobcur. Among the out-of-town guests I wns Mrs. C. n. Carter of St. Albans, ,,,,,. of , .,ie.to-be, The following business .vhs liansncleri In probato court Friday: Allen Martin of Ks:ex was appointed executor of the will of Kino K. Thayer, lato of Essex, with David Marvin nnd A. A. Beeman, alro or Lssex, commissioners and ap-1 pralscrs. Oorge W. Prlndle of Chai lotto was appointed administrator of the estate of Sarah Ann Horsford, late of that town, while C. N. Johns and Lewis C. Beers, both of, Charlotte, will f-ervc as N commissioners and appraisers. The will of Seymour L. Reynolds, lato of this city, was filed for probate. Evelyn Stlnsle, who has been in court soveral times In tho last few years on one charge or another, was sentenced to two years at Windsor yesterday by Judge Ladd under u law which operates on peo ple afflicted with a loathsome disease. She had been .suspected of being a pros titute for Mime time and has been under the surveillance of the poller. A short time ago ahe was arrested for night I walking and a fine was imposed, which he r,al(Ii Bvforc tlwt Khe wftg Imprls. joned, out was pardoned out. Her arrest 1 Is a result of the efforts that are being made to rid the city of venereal disease. The following business was iranwictcd in probate court .Monday: A realtv non, cum tcstamento annexo. of the I , ,,,..... . . s ate of Abble M. Putney, also hue of , tins cu. Miss Luclle Frechette, who has been employed In the office of the Western Union Telegraph company for several years, has resigned and Monday began work in tho office of the B. F. Goodrich Rubber company. Saturday evening farewell party was given Miss Frechette at the home of Miss Rose Mle.hait.1 on biothur. It wasn't long before Harry George street and she was given a puise'llai1 a "u'' 'rult !,t01e "cxt to J- W. of gold, tho presentation being made bv ' O'Sulllvan's drug store and later he and Lawrence Grogan. The eenlng was spent I ''lother bought or established the with music nnd dancing, the music being Burlington lunch, which they have en furnished by Michaud's orchestra. .Miss 1 larged. They will continue, to carry on Irene Frochetie and Mr. Fitapatrluk. icn-l tl,R restaurant and attend to the other dered vocal solos. Luncheon was sol ved I huslnets as well. It will be the latter by Miss Mlchaud, Irene Frechette and Albeit Three men were sentenced to one day each in the Chittenden county .tall Thurs day for failure to tile their question naires. The men are Ashley J. Bean of St. Johnsbury, Thomas J. O'Brien of MarsUA. ....1 T 1 4 t I T .,, , .-...,. .in,, iirtiui ... ii.unuiuii oi I'-asi tiaiuwicK. They had been nrroted through tho investigations of tli.j bureau of investigation when Agent Guy Reeve" At the last meeting of the Gieen .Moun- tain Poultrv club, mude iin of Imw fmm ' the east and south sections of Burlington who are interested in raising ioultry. ouicers tor the coming year were elected as follows: President, William Lock- wood; vice-president. David Hall: sec retary, Lawrence Cowles. At the same meeting, William Lockwood gave a dem- onstrotlon of culling out the slackers In a Mock of hens. At the next meeting, ' which will be held on Friday evening, M...1. 11 r j . i i .. it .. . ...mi.li if.ivm imu ami uawrence Cowles will demonstrate setting a hen ' and the use of Incubators. There are I about 300 hens owned by the boys who rjeiong to this club. A peculiar situation has arisen in the towns near the border In the United States. At the present time nearly all the merchants and other users of large iiuantlties of goods arc buying In Canada all their material, on which there is no duty. For instance, in Hour, the grade made In Canada Is nearly up to that In tho United States and tho bakers and others buy In Canada By taking the difference. In exchange, a bairel of flour costing -ll-" held costs them around 13 ut the present rntn of exchange. The only cMienso Is an entry blank, which con Im obtnlncd for 23 cents. For this reason a hlg business Is being done In several Hues In Canadian trading centers, A divorce suit has been entered In Chit tctidrn county court by Sellna Bnkrr of illurllngton agalnn Charles Baker of South Uffl-n. nn 111.- rrrnnnrlu nf lnlnl.rohl. - vei-lty. The .-ounlc were married on .lulv 0, 1D18 In this city and lived together here until November 1!H0, when'the petitioner lalmii she wns obliged to leave the pe. tioncc on account of his brutal treatment of her. She usk.i le.ivu lo resume her name from a former marriage, of Selina Blouln. Her iniilden name was Sellna Lacrosse. Iiun hearing for temporary alimony nnd suit money, held In this case before Judge Shernwn U. Moultou Saturday morning, I tho petitionee wns ordered to pay yj) nt- torney's fecn and expenses of the rase be. fore April 20, Nn alimony was granted, Gcorgo M. Heiberg, who hns been em ployed In the olfico of general manager of tho Champlain Transportation company for the last seventeen years, the last six teen as chief cleric, has ichignrd his position, effective. March 1. Friday afternoon ut tho close, of tho day's work Mr. Hcrberg was Invited upstairs, where a delicious luncheon hnd been prepnred by the young lady employes In his honor, and which wns much enjoyed by nil present. At Its close he was presented with a solid gold watch chain, Masonic charm, penknlfo nnd pencil, by the clerks ii mo Kcnirai iMipi; niiii iic.biu oiiicc Ill token of tho esteem with which he was held by his associates, Mr. Herbcrg Intends to enter business for himself about April J., ' Miss Evelyn Schwartz of Weston, Mass., who lo connected with the Y. W. C. A. of Albany, N, Y was mnrtler In that city March 1 to Martin S. Vilas of this city by the Rev, William Herman Hop kins, pastor of tho First Presbytorlan Church of Albany,- In the presence of .a few friends of the purlieu. Mrs. Vilas, who is largely of English ancestry, Is n graduate of tho Weston high bcIioo! and tho Emerson College of Oratory In 1903. Sho taught English, elocution nnd physical culture In girls' schools for a number of yeurs. Last year she had nf I., (!,-,. . .ii .V" .I " "'K n" another passenger from the urcaney oi uurre, .ura. j. j., ucs uociiers Q. . was oonforred story to relate. The - nSR hnnZ Mry Flrtchrr liospltal ,o thr Lake Vleir I of Orleana. La Mrs apoleon b , a,ma matcr. 0 was a were received before the s crlmr of be samll,riu''' OI ''"" avenue. Tho ordl- ( " '" "U!,ll ,";'t' " ,' Delta Psi fraternity. armistice 15 tbrv wrr rein, m ,,,,,CC l"ovl''" that only a dollar could of Burlington. The funeral will be hold I Kor manv years he was a teache Z "V",'.m"1 "Hi ?.rl"! Wly! Bnttor .ml to the!at St. Joseph's Church Friday morning California an'd then In Vermont .m ,i, ,i,Xi .. ' . hospital on a day when the going was ""e o ciock. Burial will he In Mt. 1 18-., to j578 m, ,vai principal of L I .. ' . "...n...".!!, io . ba(, n;lll ,JC ?al(1 tl).u BS t calvary cemetery. J Central Academy at Hyde Pari chargo of the Patriotic League of this city and of the camp for girls at Oak Hedge during t,hn summer. Mr. and Mrs. Vilas will return to Bufrin'gtW In a few days to make their home here. In the "Hall of Fame" column of ''The .Trouble Busier,"' the. paper Is- tiailCr IS- surd hv It. A-,,,,. ttu i n .. .. t ., ...i - .... l?l ..,Mcnt:nn:-. th0 "tur6...of. MJr .. . ' "' 0,Y1 lowing a six weeks' illnc'S, whlcli began man. appeared In the February 2eth'wl,h the grip. "Mrs. Nowcombo was 76 ........... ni-V" HUBonipiMHUB nun ,n mJ1 i""5'.9 , i .m! ,"Lovl"e,y known to his host of friends as 'Pop,' he ,1s, win muhfu m r on Mcuonry i and Is In chnrce of the dennrtmrnt of, ... ., , ., , . . . tho fatherly ministration of 'Pop." and highly-efficient corps, of .aides. He 's a Kindly, rourtoous ccntleman nrid "c K'adi.V place him In the! front ra HI. . oC ur JH'I of FnmV T (! inovo'n'Mit on foot to erect a 1 noilal to the l:tv M;r. J. M. Cloarcc mem Is gaining hi'iulway mid the committee appointed to have charge of the rals- , IntA of funds has elected the following officers: President, p. u. Cradv; secio- tnry, tieorge a.-atton: treasurer', Uiigcnc Chaiisse. The committee consists of Mr. 1'rn.ilv. lir.nrv .t. t.cvton... i. if p.ni.n. ,,.,, ;,-.. ri,11 ,-,..,;., ,i.,, Arscne Boucher and A. H. Duhamel. The committee has already received several models and estimates from different firms. Tho work of raising tho fundi) will be begun at -once. A drive will be made when every family in the parish will be visited. Tho tablet will be quite on expensive affair, such a one as will be In keeping with Its purpose, and any cutsldo'of St. Joseph's Church who wish to' contribute may do so by sending thoir remittance to Mr. Gratton, 15 HicUok place. Grenn Mountain Lodge, I. O. O. F celebrated Its 7."th anniversary Tuesday evening in the rooma on Church street with about 200 present. The program included readings by Miss Bertha Tay lor, vocal solos by (.'. S. Ca savant, and an address by the Row S. Halstead Watklns. The speaker choSe as his sub ject "Principles of Fraternity," and told of the benefits to he derived as a true brotherhood such as Green Mountain lodge had been for three quarters of a century. The program was In charge of O. E. Chilson, past grand representative. A feature of the entertainment wns the reading of the minutes of the first meeting. The of ficers at that time were T. D. Chap man, noble grand! John Striker, vice grand: John House, secretary and Wil liam Wheeler, treasurer. Dancing and refreshments concluded the entertain ment. narry anfl .lames Lines took posses uti. VT.n, .1 . .f ,1.. . ,u. ...... ."i. ... villi.... u, mvm n. .tic .u,ici of Man au, ,.mirch 8treets and wl change It to a confectionery store and Ice cream parlor as rapidly- as possible. The place has recently been occupied by H. S. Sanborn as a drug i tor-. The Lines brothers came over from Greece 13 years ago and started i !u tin; bout black lie bus ness on Church street. Harry worked for his part of April before the store at the coriior will be fully equipped. A com plete new front will be installed and the posts will be taken out. A 30-foot kuila fountain will be put In and In the rear will bo the ice cream parlor with an entrance on Main street. They will make their own confectonery and Ice cream. Alex H'ltlrr, n taxlcnb driver, iiald a fine of ll.im .md costs In city court yesterday tor .-hinging Dr. F. W, Sears $1.50 for tak- cheap a: he could afford to make the 1 ttip. which neces"itHted his traveling several mller. It is claimed- 1h.it the ordinance does not ndrquntely-covrr the' sltuntlon because it was ' enacted two years ago when gasoline and everything else wns cheaper. The hoHplt.il, however, comes within the limits, The men on the stnnd said yesterday that if a dol lar was the highest price which could he charged for going to the Mary Fletcher honpital and 'taking two passengers to the city limits, there would be no cab . . at. . .... i . .. . m i. i i I sej wve m me uuaj.ii.ii. int-re is no law which obliged the hackmen to take fares If they do' not wish to, but such action on their part might work serious Incon venienee to some people who wished to be carried from the Lake View sanitarium or the hospital. TWO WANT DIVORCES lliixlinml Hie Petitioner In One Case, Wife In Another Two divorce cases were rnteted jester. day In Chittenden county courl George C, Boaudwin of Colchrnter Is asking for a divorce from Neiy Beaudwin of Esse.:. They were married at Essex, Nmonibor 7, 1M.3, end lived thero until November 1, 1505, when tho petitioner claims that bis wife deserted him without rt-asrp, Tliry liave not lived together since, and on th- grounds of deseitlon. the petitioner asks for :hr lloree. Tlu. mal.len name of tho petitionee wns Xely Glttle Ruland. E'ln V. M'lntyrn of this city has rnteicd ' Petition Of OIVOICO agaillSt Trtd P. MC- , I"'!'rc of Bristol, on tha grounds of In- olerablo severity. They were niarrid nt Bristol January , 1W2, and lived together at Bristol, Mlddlnbury. Rochester. Straf ford, New Haven and Hiirlliiglim until August 1C, 1919 Tho maiden name of the petitioner was Ella V. Angler. She asks for wnritij. alimony (or tho support of herself nnd her J4-year-od nnughter, Hellene, nlso for WOO worth of furnltuie, now in tier possession, to bo considered as alimony. She also wishes to resume her maiden name. Through an agreement be tween the parties in this caBe, the petl tlonee will pay JJ.OO a iweok as temporary alimony and 1.0O n week for music lesson's for the child. T, E. Hopkins represents the petitionee In this ensn, J, J. Enrtght Is ntjorney for tho , petitioner In both cases. MXKTIJUX VARIKTII-N.OF EC.C.S (From tho, New. York Sun) If for nny reason one is substituting for tho member of tho family who cus tomnrlly docs the marketing, ono should refrain from no fYiniiah n hi'n. ... i. ..... I somely ordering a dozen eggs. First rcau uio market reuorts. and determine. men or tno nineteen grades or kinds, or whatever mny bo tho differentiating term for eggs, you aro prepared to buy. There are nineteen kinds or degrees sold at wholesale on the day when' a study was made of the puzzle nt from thirty cents to seventy cents a dozen. It Is. a puzzle In many respects, and In nono a greater puzzle than In the fact that the highest priced originate neuresl and furthest from the breakfast table. "Nenr-hy (Nov,- York, Now Jersey and Pennsylvania) while extras, soventy uniiB, mat .sounds reasonable, but uuuiy onough the only other soventy ecnt grade, degreo or kind Is listed Pacific coast, oxpress, whlto4 extras." What's the matter with Kansas? Physiotherapy. Under his efficient may warm friends In this "city Her wn . Thursciay morning, jio was I guidance the fame of this 'department nd daughter,' wlih three gra ndcl lldrcn yoM' ' by his wife. .has spread far beyond -tho confines of Survive Iter. Tho f, WaI wal I rid "n "re-0" n"rant' m "vnnj ami t our Fort Mcllenry and many a wounded Ma'one yesterday, vlth burTat In Norl t , vvfl'llnm "nriletTohn and Jo- el h' 'Iudc v thanlts flir dav lie rnmo im,l,,r t ........ 1 ., William. Bartlett. John and Jo-.eph, OBITUARY i i Mrs. Phnehr Xrvrcnmtic Mrs. Phoebe Nowenmbo. mother nt n. A. Ncwcombo of this oily and herself a ....Mnni nf 1ltt.1t..,.,... ... . .t ...... ' ....mime ume, men at tno uomo or nor daughter. Mrs, K. C. Lawrence, In Mnlone, N. Y Monday foil years o(- aK 1Xnd tl,0 w,iow of K(JW r. .Ncwrombe. Fpr many ycats they rcsl-led nt North Lawrence. .V. v Wh ir living ,, Burlington Mr Ncwcombe was on .at .nhV. rt.;ii..i.T.. , ' . ' ... ivmn.Hi w.nn- vi,.i ittu ...uurcii anil mnue i Mm. 'Clyde I.awrenrr The many friends of Miy. ciydo La.v rence, formerly Miss Margaret Leahy. ' ...n.u o .1.1.. .11.. ...til I """. " "i mm ". win i Mia frrnallv nhnllA.I ,.s 1u.n Al I... a.,.t. r: ,:' .... o..,.- den death, which occurred nt Lnlto Placid, N. Y., after a five. days' lllncs;,' with nneu monla. She was apparently In the best of health Sunday evening nnd spent a very pleasant evening together -with lie. hits- hand and children at' tho homo of her brolhor, T. A. Laahy. Monday t-he was taken til and although everything pos-lat slble was done from the v;rv first, dim rapidly grew worso nnt:l death claimed her. The deceased has a wldi clrcle'of friends In thlr. city' and was greatly beloved by all who were fortunate onough to claim hor friendship. Always a dovout Chris tian woman, she wilt bo creatly mlGSed by all, especially the sick, to whom she devoted a groat denl of attention, cheering thfm up by her many llttlo acts of kind ness nnd love. 'She was an officer of the Daughters of Isabella since the Court ' was first installed at Lake Placid and I was one of Its most active members, hav- j Ing done much .towards making Its work compare favorably with any court of Hh , olze In tho State. Besides her husband, who Is also very prominent In the' K. j of C.. .she Is survived by two children. Paul, aged Seven nnd Gladys, nged six ( years; hy three sisters, Mrs. John O'Don- John F. Kclloy, for 13 years connected ahoc of Plattsburgh, Mrs. Thomas La- ! with the Wright Clothing Shop ns a tailor, moy and Mrs. Frank Lawrence, both of 'died at tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. Palmer, and by one brother, T. A. Leahy Leonard McCambrldge at 240 Mnplo street of Lak Pla'cld. liFrldny morning. ,Death resulted from Despite the blizzard which raged, tho pncuufonla and complications after an ill funeral was largely attended at St. Anges' ness of about a week. Church Sunday afternoon, the funeral Mr. Kolley wns born In Waltham August m.iss being hold Monday momlng. The 10, 1S50. He Inter moved to Richmond, K. of C. and'D. of I. marched in a body , whero.hr established a merchant tailoring from her iresldonce to the church to business. In 1872 he married Miss Mary show In what high Esteem their dead Ann Lavalloe of Richmond, and they later member was held. Interment was made at .moved to Burlington. Lake Placid. ' He was a member of De Goesbrland I Council No. 279,' Knights of Columbus, Un. John LoFronee I the Holy Name society of tho Cathedral, Anna Walker. LaFrance. wife 'of John''J toTy f'Ging to the Ancient LaFrance. of 21 Barrett street, died yes- terday afternoon nt a local Institution. The body wns tenioved to the funeral1 parlors or Corbln & Frye. where the funeral services will be held Saturday . afternoon at two o'clock. Mr. I.ouclla K. l.nilil Mrs.. Louella E. Ladd died yesterday The funeral was at the Cathedral of morning at 6:13 o'clock at tho home of the Immaculate Conception Sunday after hcr niece. Mrs. Mabel Rogers, of 102 noon at 2:00 o'clock. Requiem mass was Pearl street, after a week's Illness with. sung at eight o'clock Monday morning.) pneumonia. Mrs. Ladd was horn in Essex, 1 , N. Y.. 73 years ago. Most of her life was Mrl)i Ki ciiase I spent in .New YorK city, coming nerc to make her homo about a year ago. Besides her niece alio In mirvlvril hv Slie IS SUrleil U one sister, Mrs. Minerva Hcfflon. The funeral -will be held from her'late ?l : ?:CJV " win e p.accn in ino auii ui uii.c nu j cemetery. i I Elcrarr MftrnuInU Elzeare Mnrsolais died at the home of V- 1 HI,. 1 O...U..II ..... ' J V. Lr ,7 Z iV. . -L,L terday mornlnc, of old age. Ho was S3 years old. He Is survived by his .wife ai,fl,lf Unlvcrsliy of Vermont in the class ... i , I ! '" ' "". "- Mrs. Ulrlc Loclalr of Montreal, Mrs. J. J. layior oi loronio, um., .Mrs. i.nancs Mrs. Henry Peanley Mrs. Henry Pcasley died night of bronchial pneumon 7d'Blodgctt street. She wa: She b.surylved by a husband"! two sons, Rou'ben and Clarence, nnd by one daugh ter! Minnie, all of Burlington. Tho funeral will be held at St. Joseph's Church Satur day at an hour to be announced later. Burial will be if, Mt. Calvary cemetery. Hlrnm Orenory Word was received yesterday afternoon by Edward G. Gregory of the death of his father, Hiram Gregory, in Hartford, Conn., yesterday morning. . Mr. Gregory wns employed In the gas works In that City and got .caught in the conveyer. His I 1....1 ....1 ..... V.. .11. I..V.......1 ...,.1 j . , j-...... ! SI years old.and Is survived by his wife. Mrs. I.illi M. Gregory, and by two sons, Edward G. of this clt.v and Arnold A. or i Detr.-dt. Mich. The body will bo brought j to Burlington where the funeral will lie I held and Interment made. Funeral ar. rnngemcnt will not be made until tho ar rival of Mr. Gregory's brother from ' Dettolt. Mrs. C. c. IIIi The tuniral of Mrs. Hclon V BIisf, wife of Chlorus C, Bliss, of 32 North Winooskl avenue, who died at 11:50 yes terday morning at the Mary Fletcher hospital following tho gtip, will bo held nt the late homo Friday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. The body will b placed In tho vault at L,ahe v low cemetery and burial will take place In tho spring In Georgia. M Bliss, war. born at 'Klmira, N. V., G1 years ago, the daughter of John K, and Kllznbtth Perry. She was a grad- uate ol Elmlrn , ( ojiege and wjm v.'hiel known throughout central New Vork for nr 1U..3, ... u....,.-wncro ncr. inionis ...t.l.-l. 1 I ,-. , .... , ii.!UL-;ui w. yj, j.,, ami win oe greatly missed by a wldo circle of hur frJttrlial brothctn and sisters. She also was a nlghly esteemed member of iho Methodls.t I'riiocopal Church of this city, where' her presence and helpfulness wero nlwnys appreciated. Mrs. Bliss was a woman of rare Intelligence nnd was prissessed or tlioso qualities of heart and minu win. ii ni" cii.iriicierisiic or n pure nnd perfect life, She nlso wa.s connected with the Lend-a-Hnnfi Circle of the King's Daughters of South Burlington. Besides hCr husband she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Anna P. Tryon of Havre, Mont.; thea step-daughters, Mrs". E. W. Cowles of this city, Miss II, Bello Bliss of Omaha, Nob., and Mrs. F. F. Brlggs of Sutherland. Neb.: and by one son, Dr. W. C. Bliss of Pilnce Albert, Sask., Canada. ' , MU Kin Brennter Johniun Ella Brewster Johnson died Fonruary :a at tlie Massachusnttn General . hospital nt Bo-stpn of piifujuonla, following Intlu enza. She was born April 28, 1S96. the daughter of Charles F. and Kate Patten Johneoii of Wllllston. Miss Johnson was a student at the University of Vermont for three years, being member of tho class of ion, Sho spent (he year 1917-1918 In California, Last summer sho attended the summer school at Smith College and In the autumn began settlement work at Lincoln House, Bos ton. Shoiwas naturally fitted' for work of thin naturo and was meeting with un usual succors. Sho Is survived by her father and mnthcrund by onn brother, Beth Patten Johnson of Akron, Ohio. j Naturally gifted and possessed of a i rharmlng-'pcrsonallty, her death comes os n t.n.uni,.1 In.. tn t.. ....1 I """r i friends. Tho body arrived In Burlington Sntur- day and the funeral wan held nt tho homo of her parents In Wllllston Monday at- tcrnoon, with burial In that town. .Albert Iliirnnt I Albert Durunt died at 73'i Pine street ' 3:3) Thursday morning, Ho all of this city, and Mrs. George Frasei- of Boston, Mass., Mrs. Fred France.) of Kcitencctauy, n. y., Airs. Airre'i iiuinurt of Tlcondoroga, N, Y., and Mrs. Mattlo i,,p .if thl rtv. Mr. Durant was born . - . v .. m canana. and nnd lived In Burlington ror ....... . . . . lne las w years, Tno runcrai was ijd .Saturday morning at eight o'clock ... tn.,nni,. -i.,,,..i.' " ' ylrit j,.mfc nialr . Mr!, eWo Blauchnrd Bialr, wife of , Kmcle Blair, died at a local institution o'clock Thursday morning. She i was "3 years old. Beside.' her husband, she Is survived by her father, Alexander Blanchard, one 'brother, Fred Blanchnrd, nnd one sister, Mnmle Blanchnrd, nil of this city. Tho funeral was held Satur day morning at nine o'clock at St. Joseph's Church, with Interment In Mt. Calvary cemetery. .Miss 3tary Freeman Miss Mary Freeman died Thursday efternoon at tho Fanny Allen hospital after a lingering illness. The body was taken to the home of Mr. Patrick Moran nt l'i2 North Champlain street and tho funeral was held at St. Mary's Cathe dral at nine o'clock Saturday morning. Builal wns In St, Joseph's cemetery. .liilin K. Kelley i Order of Hibernians. He Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Lillian McCambrldge, wife of Dr. McCam brldge and two sons. John B. Kelley, who Is engaged in tho clothing business in Barrc, and C. B. Kelley, sajes manager for the Western Union Telegraph pom- ' pany in Boston, and formerly a local man . ngcr lor the same company. Mrs. Mnlvlna rhnse. wife of E. H. Chase . . ...... .11,1 Jioiugamci-y i,eiiier, uicu i , . , n.,... i 1.. morning ai a local insuiuuun. mi: ouuj wns taken to the funeral narlors of T. ... it , ....... I.... Unn.A inrnd bv her hueband. llrmnn B. Chittenden , . . . . Meman Bethuel cnittenuen meu f-un denly Saturday evening of angina pectoris i.l. l. .1.1. .1... 11. Vifi.n In l """ i" --. Shc'.burne August 8. 1845. Fitting for col lege at Wllllston Academy, he entered of J871, but did not complete his course. !..,., i ,i, mMrtlr of his iunior i w,,. nf m health. In 188 the de - upon him member of amollle and from 178 to 1879 principal of the high school (at Waterbur'. He seivcd as principal d it 6-10 Hit lof tlie graded and high schools at Swan In it he.' home ton from 1S7A to 1890. In 1892 he became "wr!:! niv:ior at the diversity of V er- mont. serving In that capacity until 1000. He was a member of tho board of school commissioners of this city for 12 jears. He Is survived by his wife, Emma Dar- I "'J l""","" nfn''' n rLr u D Md MwrtU tt Harley Tho funeral was held at 11:00 a. m ' on Wednesday at his late home, 112 Bank street. Tio interment was private at Green Mount cemetery. I . Mr. Clarence T. Dentins; Mr.'. Clarence T. Doming, formerly Mie ' . . ' J ,h, ... kitur. ''' -..'iW ..... - , , , t t , homn jn .Seattle. Wusi after a short i'lneiis with pneumonia. Mrs. Demlng wis born in 1S8I and was graduated from tho E'.munds high schorl in tSOf!. She was marrlel September 13, 1913 nnd'moxcd to Seattle. She leave! be sides l.er husband. Hire" chlldien. t.vo boys and a baby girl, flv months old. SSi is also survived by her parents. Mr. ar.d -.ir. o. S. Prosbv of this city, nnd by I three brothers, John, Oliver and Ed'.'aid. !.'ohl! war.' with her when she died John n. tinlnrs John B. Gaines died Saturdny afternoon at tliejno of his ton. George L. Gaines, on Fouith ctrept. South Burlington. He Is ourvlved by' two rons. Arthur and i ooorgo 1 Hciitrtce. L., and by ono grnriddaugntor. Th funeral was held Monday bftcrnonn at the home of his son and the Intnrnien waH made at Brlstc; on 'J'Jct day. Mi-. Tlllahrlh (Jtlrrnn T.-u...t&'.i fnrr-in ni' Crown Point. ' y' .j 8llmiriy lU the home of her .rf,.),,., Charles A. Murphy or , Green street, nfter a two wccks nincsb. ,, rilrrt l.'ebruuir 21 and was i..ufc,..v - - - - - - -- i,ure,i February 24- "tie was ti years ..i.i ..-..,1 i,.,i i.oen llflnc with her dnugh' uiil n.e. nt... - . ter and son-in-law slnco November, feno Is survived by ono daughter, Mrs. Mary ivi nnrt hv ono tidii. Richard. The tun- r.il wno held Tuesday morning at cRht o'clock nt St. Mary's Cathedral, and the. bodv was taken tu Port .Homy, N. v., for the Interment, Mr. A. A. Curry Evelina E. Curry, wo or ,. . Curry. died late Friday night at her homo on Spear street nrtor a lingering mnuBn iin a complication of diseases. Sho was' born m Lincoln. Nov. 11, 1870, the daughter. nf Hie lato Henry and Hannah Colby Blxby. and spent practically all lier liro on the Blxby form op Spear street. Mne. of a i-etlring rllsnnHltlon but .j . . rt.. l.-u-iitor . whlryi nossetfiH-n "i ' - ondeard her to a host qf friends, who sympathize with the family In their affliction. Sho was an active member of Champlain Valley Grange and of Chittenden Temple No. 15, Pythian Sisters; also a member of the Methodist Churcli and the Lnd-n-Hand Circle of the King's Daughters, Sho is survived by her husband nnd two daughters, Mrs. E. M, Hoag und Miss Marlon Curry, both of this city. Tho funeral wns held Tuesday after noon nt two o'clock nt tho rvsldcnco of Mrs. Hong, and tho burial wan mada In tho family lot in Luko Vlow ceme-tery. March i We direct the special attention of all interested in to our splendid exhibits of handsome New Wall Papers Department 3rd floor. Wall Papers should be chosen care fully for you live with time and the difference between choosing the correct and incorrect papers is just the difference between a bright cheerful room and a gloomy room in which everything, clashes. ; Whether you are going to redecorate one room or a whole house we believe that our stocks of Wall Papers offer the great est help in choosing pleasing soft colored, papers in designs and colors that harmonize,, beautify and help you in your decorative schemes. Such papers cost no more and we in vite everyone who plans to renovate their walls to see the papers we show in a variety that has no equal anywhere in this section.' Hlrnm O'llrlrn I Hiram O'Brien died at his home Hlncsburg Sunday morning. He was 79 i .-..n..ci rl.l nwd Im' Hlirvlvefl hv I Wl I SMnS. ... - .... . .. -. -t...... nt t?l... uV.,,t-. v lh u-hnm h,.m:lfln yiwi"" his home, nnd E. H. O'Brien of llutlaud: ..Ion 1-,.. tn-n ul.lnrs I TIlOmtlM KWC(t and Sirs. Jnbc Fargo of Hum ington, and by two brothers. Smith O'Brl.-n and Ben o"'Brlen of Huntington. Mr. O'Brien was a life-long resident of Hlnet-Vmrg and was one. of the town's oldest and most1 re-1 ...1 piM7o,w Thfl fnnpr:i1 U'.IM llelrl , at the late home Tuesday morning at u o'clock. Burial was in the Hlncsburg cemeterv Arthur F. Corciirnii , Arthur Frederick- Corcoran, the turn- , months old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Corcoran of 4G Battery street, died Satur- ' day evening, following a few days' III r, first ness with pneumonia. Besides his parent . From iin s survived bv one sister. Marlon. Th'i funeral was held at two o'clock Tue (iay afternoon at the Cathedial of the immaculate Conucntlon. with burlul in St , Joseph's cemetery. v I hai lM.imti, outranking anv of-tr Statu IlnrrlH Cnnnon , -.-upland again. These aic" valued Tho funeral of .Harris Cannon, who died at ?7,0;sU0O. There are 10",(-f0 sheep In Ver Frlday evening .it his homo at M Bright mont valued at $l,2fi8,li. AVhlle this ts a street after n two weeks' illness with slight decrease from 1PID. it is a consld pneumonla. was held at the Ahava Xrdick crahle Increase over 1317, whn thero ' i,f d j !'on,.1,e Synagogue Sunday afternoon, with builal Jewish cemetery at South Burling Mr. Cannon war. born In Byalosloek, Russia, f.l years ago. l! came to Bu lington about 20 years ago. Besides his i w;r. Mr. Cannon Is survived by four sons, Robert, Sam, Saul ami Louis; bv fi-n ,lj.n-HI, r,.ll. H.Im nil nf this c'.ty: ani by four sister:-, one of Ileadinr, IV. , ard thro Ir. Rtir.!.- Wt. S. FllNiril Mri. Ne!!lo Fassett, wife f A S. i-r,-.i tonal (ii.f)Hmit!). for iuie F.isiHtt of 10 Sc.iool atrcct, died Mo'j-I A s'.crt trair.lt' g course fi,- all who :iro day nftcinoun at 2 30 o'clock af'er a ) '-itertfted Iu h re;i''.on:ii ojiportunilleM for wee.h'a lllnss with pneumonia. Bet-Id'") oa:ig prnplr will bo giver, at tho F.".I her iiusband, she Is survived by so-. versi'j- of Yrmi.iH undor tl c direction Arthur, and two daughters, .M-s A ..!. of '.hi Vorm'tu V. i . i A wl'h 'io Ch'lson of Paierson, N, J., and Miss L. i -fu.lcnl dooa"irnt en opc-itinp. M.ifc, Fassott of this city. Mm. Fasrit " na G7 yars of "ego vBecnii3e of lllneis in tho family, tho funeral cni-'iciM were held rrl.atidy ot her lat-: home yeatoril.iy af ternoon villi bunal In Lrko '!'.w en;c-tvr.i-. .Ilrti. nirte Dnuclinrtl Mrs. Usebe. Po'ieh'ird, widow of Nircli Bouchnrd. died at her home at 23 Hay-wit-d ntreet, at noon Monday, aged 7fi yenrr, Che wa. a member of St. Anne's society of St. Joscph'n Cinch. She sijr. I vived by two sons, George and Joseph, 'and by two riaughtors. Mir. Louise Barn'-v nnd .Mrc. Prospo- Ci.urv.llt, all o Lur- I 11,..',. Tno f'unoml ,m Vld a t. Jprrph'H church this rorsl.-.g. 7' Church this r"orsl.-.g. 7dtl- burlr.t in Mt icalvHry cmetcry. 1 . ' 1'ilMnril Crivm'orn U Eduaid Crawford died at midnight I Monday at his homo ut 17 North s.rnet after r. two weeks' lllncns )ltli pni-u- monla, nged m years. lie I:, survived by his wife and thrco children, Kenneth, Bust'ell nnd Rut):. He waa employed as a night foreman at the American Woolen company mill In Winooskl, The futi'Tnl was held yesterday morn ing nt his late home, nnd the body was piaceu in the vault at Lake cw cemo- terj, 3lr. JuHtln lnhiny 4 rarmrll.i Muhonoy died at hor --. ..m.......... "l vl I Uioill.l She was born In Builingtou .iiariii 1TO. She is survived by hor husband, Justin Mahonoy; by four young children: by her father and. mother, Mr and Mrs. Edward Lemoux; by three brothers and four ststrrs, nil of Burling ton, and by ono brother, In tha navy. Sho had been III only h few days, ller lovable disposition endeared her to a largo number of friends, bv whom she will be greatly missed, Mlr i. Hum Nlles George. Bora died Tuesday morn ing at the homo of his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Fred Bora ot East Charlotte. 1U was In hla 30th year. Besides his par ents, he Is survived by thrco brothers, 4, 1920 Wall Decorations, them for a long, long: I .ley, oIvm- and ,cior and i Una f-l.-ili'!-. Thiivs-ii, ,ill (if ): HiarloUc. llie rum-ral will be ,i-ld at the Church "f Our I.uJy ic .Mt Cirm 1 m Kast Charlotte Thursday ukuhIi n an r-linr'utte this morning nt u-n o'clock, with Interment In the Catholic cemetery. VERMONT HAS MOST COWS On I ran km All --t lCnicln'i-1 Mn1r, WJti iTS.n-KI 1 1 en d The February number of the Monthly rr0P 'VMlor rr', P""s",d by tlir deprV meiit of ngricultuie nt Washtugton. Y.hlch ' has Jiit r-ome out. hhows thin u Janinry 1, i:a). Verniont had ",,ori ,iorses vaSi'Sj i ,u hi h Is a steady nefwis from t'le year KM?, and tbrir arc 27S.OO0 mlYh rows In the Sla e wlh a value Of 2t.74I.fM. linking Vermont rink lith In the number of these This number, however. Is f.ir in excess of any oler State In the Xew England States. There has been a slight decrease during 'he past three or four years In da ry cows but the tota' value of titose In fie Stutn at the present time is higher 'ban In' Any previous- year, (if other cattle Vermont were only T..,i) in the State, only ono New England State exceeds "his nuniber i uiiil that K'Mnlnc. In swine, thero are 1?), r"0 In the Slate and they nro valued, at ?2,7i.,W0. This number is the same as last year, but linger than 1017 ard 1918. Ono Xr England Slate. Massachusetts, ex ceeds this number. Tlw tota". value of all I.Ve StOCk it! t'"0 Sta'e, tC OrdlllK tO tills i cl'"rt is Jt7.1.l.'iC"' TRAINING COITRSE , Cm- III i.l lit of Tlnie nicrcKtrd !n".ltr- 2. 2'j an 1 "'. T':is iy lii-slguei' to i iciT'i xptc-'ji .1 needs t.-a-hon:, club lorifli-rs atid all '.olcnieer w'.rl:e-c '.t'S tlie-ie I'M I; wl!' he valuable fo- ct ' go Rirla who .rlsii to I f coiro canp i ji s dlors 1'iotchsnr IMv.-ard I'. St. .li hr will gU'o tcr-o period ot sirry.ie'l.nc l.!3lrucf,.ans; th.'ie will be tl'reo loctuioii m prtic'thal m.'tlioc's for r. creation lcai'rhlp " tho lolatlon of it t'il to Vi-rmon opportur.lrtos will be iliicus.ri. 1 and there w !) 1 o d-'.n-I'l'Strntlim period." each cliy .Misc Amy Dean Cram ot the i: ' M quo J'lss Marlon V.-ninc "f M!!d!h'!r Coligr, In ntruct'T!) In phy.!cnl ei'ur.it jn wl!" cr opettite. .VI. s Mmy Wr'srl . nd .'isa Jlnri.iu Cury. n"rth - istc-n liel i . ro-tari.-s for I've Y. V. " A, '.I1. 1 hid 1 1'- us.slcns. ThroMti lb.-- cnirt, , if tho Univ. rally, ai r.ing.-ini i.ts have 'eeu nuda for the neinltra cf t'-e i'r- u ti 1 Hi I lillU'sllllUllt. FERFtUA RY WEATHER CftliU :i.h IZy ir; hnrS F E. llartwell, meteorologist in i"ge of the local station of the Filled s-"' tes weather hurt an, report" ti mean tomi -iiiro of 17 degree.. In liurllligluti dirhic February, which Is nn,' ih ;r. br'nw fl normal fur the mcu'li. The liKhot v ns :;(! deg'n.s, on the l.'th, and tuc lo'A'vif wan SS degreeu below zero on tho lira: This was also tlie nbs.dute in r mum toi the month during tho 3? years Hint n eon tliiuous weather record his li'cn kijilin llutlliigtr.n. The greatest lUlly i.mgit as 15 decrees, on the llrst. nivl th e s- ltfy range wsi mx drgrrc, ..n Ihi i b '?lie preclpitntlon (all melto.l snow) i.iuou1(rd to 1.71 ln-rc, tbo ivn.iifl fm ftp ntv' th belnt; 1.12 Incrffii. The p'evnsliug nr,l'W,j from tho south, the total mo riiiC'if'Sl miles, the nverago hulilh v ioelt;.'!?.! miles, and the mnvlrruni veloilt, -! i nor hour, from tho hcuMi op tie 1st I'ftrra 'vein only t.vo iio:ir day. In iho niWjll, with nine p..rtly cloudy a ,d IS' rV"u) hiys, Preclpitntlon :. piuutit) suP'VS.j In inei'.t'urr -icciirrer! on i" i ti's, Tin snowfall amounted n lO'i inf,,m j rp tl "y all nf which wp on ihc Ijunuii' nt he i nil ot he i mil si hilij .iro ii'.i.'d i i the !W ,1th. '.'Isi all : t , :ini u lunar t.nlc on It'. 2d,