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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920.
3 cd a fow hours aftor birth. William armon, son of Mrs. S. 11. Harmon, ho has been seriously 111 with scarlol till IO DMhli'V ;cn received that Mrs. P. H. Stoddard aillnfr and has boon removed from 10 hospital to her daughter's homo. 'j Misses Volk, who havo been vlslt- llieii nuiM xtioi wu . r mivitvii LVC KUIIU IU 111 U J I Ml1 IIU 111 VotlUUh EAST SHELBURNE Mrs. George Leonard of Hlncsburg Is siting her daughter, Mrs. Burf-ott, on io 13. A. Russell farm. Mr, and Mrs. ihn Bassetto of Malono, N. Y., who havo :on visiting their undo and aunt, Mr. iclr home Sunday. WILLISTON Tho Union Clrclo of King's Daughters .a nnaar.,1 r,.jnliitlona nn thA loan liv am ui xjiiel uuiiusuu. Mrs. S. A. Beach, who has been spend g the winter with her daughter, Mrs. O. Porter, lias returned to hor homo in ........ ........ . nr.. ....,1 ...... 1 i, ULUruiliy mui . .ill uui. ..nn i. xw. rown of North AVIlllston have returned rown, In Baltimore, Md., and friends In ill II i..iruiiui. runner i iioiuf. wiiu u... position In Burlington, spent Sunday Ith his family htrc.-Mrs. Gertlo Win- ..... I . . ! .... . ... 1 .1 ... . i bustnos3 Mrs. Blossom Goodrich, IIU llila UUCII IIIC (glieai Ui IIU. ja.l Vlll.., io Rev. and Mrs. rotter In Nassau, N. 11.1 Aenlln Hmtvnell. nitn mis neen A dauehtor was born to Mr. and Mrs. I two weeks' vacation John Webster has Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Barnes Sugar business visitors In Burlington Monday. U. Lewis and Mrs. M. T. Mott visited In Wallace Gauthrlo of Swanton at tho returned from Franklin, whero ho passed orchards In tho town enjoyed a splendid This ovonlng thoro will bo a union Burlington Friday. At tho annual moet St. Albans hospital Saturday morning. , two weeks with his grandparents, Mr. run of sap on Sunday, the best of tho sea- religious service In tho Baptist Church Ing of Columbia Chaplcr No. 7(1, O. K. B and Mrs. John Avcbfltor Earl Prouty was son In Burlington Sunday. The Beading club Charles Crete, a Grand Trunk rail way trainman, who was seriously In jured ovor six weeks ago when ho Bteppod from his train to tho track opposite In front of a moving train nt Fonda Junction, and who was brought to tho 8t. Albans hospital for treatment, returned to his homo In Montreal Saturday, His condition Is much Improved. Hs Injuries wcro a broken leg and arm. Mrs. M .D. Armstrong delightfully entertained 10 young women nt a lun cheon at her homo on North Main street Saturday afternoon and an nounce! tho marrlago engagement of nt Mrs. F. N. Halt's Monday afternoon was well attended. Tho boys of tho high school nro making arrangements for tho basobnll season. Norman Brown, of St. EAST FRANKLIN ago. He was a mason by trado and was for many years a member of tho Con gregational Church. Ho leaves his wlfo Sharman of St. Tuesday night the following officers wore fZ. ' T.n v Ann? . TtvVr v 1,1 v. ua ... w r in v o.n. w and six children, Mrs. Annlo ltaymo, Mrs. O T W H IIUD BUIIU UIIVOUI1. , ', Iti UUIVU. ... Itllll.l.,.. ,,. . . . , ,I11U IT imillOl UUUVij UeUll Ullll tlUIlll Shopard of Stowo and Mrs. Mary Jackllri of Sholbiirno, Nova Scotia, and also 13 held Prouty and village districts began with tho same teachers, excepting In the Prouty district, whore Miss Vera John April 19 hauga club rooms Sunday nftornoon, Supt, 11. 13. Hunt was modu publicity manager for Swnnton. Mr. and Mrs. Rlcnov Tabor havo moved t.-i.ii win ir.nr.Vi thu ir Miss Ethel SL Hermann, daughter of from East Alhurg Into the F. I). Lapello j p wa at nighgnto Sunday.-Tho Mr'..a",d. ?IrS: 1 ?n,lam,lnH,0in"nr'i ?fll0U ln' Swanton.-MIss Mary Boss has M 0 0 whitman and Marjorlo North Main street to P. D. FltzpatHck, resigned her position In Wlnooskl and Is J,"w,lg nn(, Lawrenco Whitman wore at chief engineer for tho Central A or- at her homo here.-Mrs. H. M. Bell, of J.0?' ,omos Sunday Mr. and Mrs. mont ""-""ay company. Charlotte Hall, Md was presented at reward Lallay wcro in Enosburg Falls, Tho funeral of Donald Fitzgerald was jo in t. lonnson, mo nas neon in- Easter time with a pair of silver candle- Hllnday.ij. W. Olmstead and W. C. and ' held Thursday morning at tho Catholic specter In charge of tho Immigration xtlcks from tho members of Holy Trinity n cy K1i.,,vorth were recent business Church at Fairfield. Tho bearers wcro Z lli 1 rSL1"! i m .a," The gift was a token of recognl- Mton nt En0sburs Fatls.-MIss John Hurley, Francis Brcnnan. Frank four years, has resigned and will go tlon for tho 13 years of love and loyalty ,., tnnv iias returned from a visit I Hale and Edward Brcnnan. Tho Inter- ' . Z JJTJL 1V.nc" h.y Mr"- 11011 ns n moml,er cf th0 ,ln Berkshire. I mont was In tho Holy Cross cemetery at .v. ......,B nw, ......... Auur uuim, tno cnurcn Ecnooi, mo worn- led by tho Rev. J. T, Albans. Mrs. A. T. Grlswold has gono to Now Hampshlro to visit relatives for P., W. W. Stllos: Asso. M Mrs. Walty Thn Woman's Home Missionary society a fw days.-Mlss Marguemo enow nos iionsinger; B ciu. . - . a u. jioim mot Tuesaay aiirri.uun w.inwrs. uu. ,,.-," - - whHi.t Amto.. fionrl.. sir, grandchildren. Tno runoral was bort. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Fcldman and - ".,"""':' mii" n7ilZl lAdnh. Mrs. Sadlo McNeil: iiuth. tho house Tuesday afternoon. Walter Shopard, who has had employ ment In Springfield, Mass., has been here three weeks on account of Illness. Mrs. Frank Parker of Claremont and Miss Mary Stebblns of Bristol, N. H., Viatrn V M nnllnrt hfiM Vi f Vi n uacIaim 111- few days.-Tho ladles prayer meeting t wra rg JP" Vh .i m. 12 "S,! . will hA held Mondav even nir with Mm. Morton. -no u. . o. anu vo.umous uuugo, rr"..'""-..."" K. S.-.n,lrrfion.Kr.hools will omm In Bnl. No. 11. F. A. M., will hold a Joint Installa 1 I - C... ..lltn- C . . . -The annual meeting and election of of- un7a' '.-Mrs. iCnux Gran l,ion A"r" 12 to attend a mtfllne ot 11,0 J,Ir"-.,l,ul?f W" ' " ,a,,ftVo1 fleers In Seventy-six Lodge, F. & A. M.. Uo, ?, uri nnd Marlon Grant rIih at creamery assoclatlon.-MIss Huth Butler Ouertln; Martha. Mrs. Harriot Baldwin; was he d In " Lonlo hall Monday cvel ?v" t KrmiHm 8101 -Mlsa Kthrl 1 roturncl to Troy Monday, where she Is Electa Mrs. Agnes Stephenson: warder. nlng.-At a meeting of the men of the r8 turned to her teaehlng.-M.ss Marjorie Vincent Is as- TeUo1 CoiiL'reirational Church, hold in tho Tanua- L,,i in n, tt ,i slstlng In tho local tolcphono office for a Lewis, chaplain, Mrs. bl.a Bouio. marshal, lows Free Academy Monday, with Mr. principal. EAST FAIRFIELD tlon at the lodge rooms April 34. Mrs. W. bins. Hayes Walker of Windsor visited Miss Gladys Smith ovor Sunday. Charles MONTGOMERY ... . ... tt. . ... IP WhiA'ftr hou m nrtinr f rv-ivi Tl nfnl ."f KUdMm C Nrf0lk' "Sedt'paarthe h'oin'd of'r. an",! Conn- Dorothy lirVls in at 'home Mrs. O. O. Bo:l to-night under the au- m oprmgneiu, nor scnooi grade mcro spices of tho vr.lago Library association, having an enforced vacation on account tiofrrshments will ho sorvod. if in epidemic of meaMes.-Mr. and Mrs. 13. W. TInkham and little daughter, Al berta of Johnson, were over-Sunday vl- tlr.ee, 1m Clntifn mnltt.rr triA liln In fr.nl,. The pupils of tho grammar school will cnr.M0S Lnan Godfrey has returned to give an entcrtalnmont at the Grango hall hcr schooI n Klmoro aftcr tho spr)nK va. Friday cvenlng.-L. C. Tebeau has re- ratlon.-John Lnwson of Barro visited turned from tho Mary Hetchcr hospital, ,f,H!. Sad , Sundav.-Bodorlo Bofreshmcnts will bo sorvod. GRAND ISLE St. AlbanE.-Mr. and Mrs. H. M. AVolls 1" I 'to oneratlon for an! ? ' "ri a?;-"0 .have returned from Florida, where, they --' Mnrlon McOowon re- ". ?L a"" ,""71.. '"r . 'Vinvn Vionn ili hn n.lnl.-Itnrmnn . . u I i.. b ounuay. .win. irin.t jutnuiuii ui imri-.- Lawrence Pratt is name for the sum-, V "r - n lurncI .&al.uu,?.y..l. . "i" "Vr"' ' 1'"': 'ont. wltl her mother. Mrs sorvice. in Worcester no win tnuo a an's Auxiliary and tho Parochial Guild of position wun tno American hteei w Holy Trlnllv Cluirch.-Cluorgo Lolscll, Af I MmntilMr' 11 rtflnh r t i U . oil- i . . .... '..". .'!.... "r,.. , l lwn ciurK, lias received Infltrtictlon from It. Bosn has returned to his. school at ."1 , "n. am nr.lnv will mr '""' tr."". pcrinienaoni oi opcratioiiK. neioro no tno secretary of State that tho nrlmarv mcr lrom scnoui ai .uouni n;rniuii, h.,,, m... ,. ;.T,.i ''-,m , i.ucy unapin at tno nomo or tnc latter on came to St. Albans Mr. Johnson was lUm for nres do. t ot the UiiUed Spates Mass.-Mlfs Luclle Pratt spent Sunday 1 ?,08S'' ft cr n ' 2" nt tno Orange hall Thursday afternoon. School street.-Thoro was a largo attend- employed In the United States Imml gration offlco In Montreal seven years. Mrs. Johnson and sons, Harold and Harry, will remain In St. Albans un til tho end of tho school year. will bo held hum on Tuesday, May 18. Beglnlng May 1, the Swonton Savings Bank & Trust Co. will close at noon on Saturday during Hip months of May, June, July, August and September. The Ladles' Aid society hul . its annual mect- The H. A. Dowllns" cigar manu factory has boon obllcrod to suspend t . r, turned, opening her rooms hero for tho ' operations on account of a shortage of T)iere was an attendance of 5ft at the meet- rlntt and summer months.-Mr. Etta " , ' ing. Officers elected for the ensuing year liss of Worcester. Mas. who has been - rom uio since januarj . inc nro n3 fo!loW3. prCEidon, M..K. a g. . . .... ... . . .. : r.r. Tfirrn.l 1'Mlirrlfilt.n la n nnrrl nirt.w In . i . -i .u- tOWTl I0r .1 ICW WteKS. SettlltlK UP liei " I Wrisler! vlm.1irnalrlr.nt. Mm A n,lro. ' u-ui " liui:n. i lie .other's business has returned to her I ! concern which s already way be-; Collins: secretary. Lunettu Corliss: treaji. 1 H.s.1,0,. mvetln - ninn in nrncrs. Ar.oi ir riirrmtiitv : r -fu 1 tirllngton woro guests of Mrs. A. V I ,, ''"'', , J,"ro, B,a. ' executive committee, Mrs. Barney; worU , olllc. r v.cro elected nt. riit.LL.c) unuuni." iiiiti huh we u 1,1 ome. Ltttlo Ararahall Krans is gotttnff (tt9 wvta ill iJuiLiiiiwt ci . ti nun at'i iirf nmr inn iyint r.riri.r nau vnrnrnp 1 his home here. r.r.,.in1l 1 m'ft-, Tho factory will be rc-opcticd us soon"" strlko In cern carrlcK 15 people on Ita with her parents.-Mrs. Ferree from "f about five weeks with his parents, tho Eaward Mashtaro had the misfortune anco at tho .nuatratcd ..ufo of Christ.' From tho Manger to tno Cross given at the Akeley Memorial building under tho auspices of tho Young People's Communi ty club Sunday ovonlng. Tho teachers of tho Community Sunday school will glvo a candy-pull party to th6 pupils of tho school and their parents at tho Unity Church vestry nt 7:00 o'clock Thursday evening. All members of tho school and who returned paronts aro Invited. hospital four Ono of tho worst storms of tho sea son prevailed hero Tuesday. A heavy rain was accompanied by high winds. Tho water in tho Watorbury river and Its branches was very high, flood ing tho meadows back of tho village Had cy Falls, Jiass., in vis'ting iricmis - - - , , to uisiocmu .wo o..wu.u. - In town.-Clarence Halle has been to I,i,s returned to Norwich University.- colt.-Thcre wltl bo an Epworth League Uunon on ImslncsK.-Tho following were M.r?' 'V' B. Rosi and Mrs. Cnwles Davis mcoUng at tho parsonage Saturday cvo Sunday vl'iltors In town: Harold visited at Mm. J C. DuchirmeJ and L. nng. Preaching Sunday at 10:30 a. m Domliri Oi'leans- Mr. and Mrs. Whit- U slory's Wodnesday.-Mr. and Mrs. subject. "Salvation OnYour Own Terms"; rn,l V. 'r and Mr. an 1 Mrr J "" O'Connell and Mr.,. Mary Leahy tllblc school at 11:30 a. m., C.C. Kinney, ii t,ii r, noi.i.i- rwMvJof Si. Albans were In town Wednesday Hunerlntcndent. i I Portsmouth Is visiting at P. B. Swan's. nnd Thursday to attend tho funeral of -The liny Scouts met Monday night andi,DonaMf Fltzgerald.-Mrs. E. II. Burleson Ladies' Aid met tor , " """" ' "'u""-" L?,"u 5 on Monday night at 'if hem visiting Mrs. G. H. Hill. -Miss Fuller. Tho following '"" lu "' SOUTH ALBURG for tho coming year: , llngton. aftcr a vacation of a week with ENOSBURG FALLS The Rev. W. B. Dukeshlre had change of the committal service over tho bvdy of Miss Ethel Galbralth of Sprlngflold. Mass., Friday afternoon. Lloyd, who ac Mlv! , .m15. oarno; orK Dombard: vice president. ' hcr l'ants. Mr. nnd Mrs J, H. Brcn- nner; parsonage com- K,u'l MV" "or"u''ru'. v,co prc." Ll , nanMrs. Grnrsr, Wrlaht has rr-tnrnnrl t iirnnti" ilnwnr Mnv .lpwarii uomnia; vreaaun-: syrt ; -- -, , - , " M. I rouu , linwcl, .May from Nruvnnrt. ipki thn li.is hoon v a t. Mrs. Ohano: resolutions " '-u oumame; tecrcary. i in- .-: ; " - r" -." : " sollcltlng. lrs School- ; :cn "r ' ?t Manal.an of MorrWvIlle aS a vhltor In s Dill: advent t. Miss,-' - ; I " r;' , , ''; town Sunday.-Wllma Shttuck returned COLCHESTER :nr. nn'j wr8. .unerc i-ratt. wno nave companieu tho nooy or ills sister, is tno r7i vlK'.flnc Ttr. nnrl TTra. T4p.nrv K. ! nnlu nnn lf nt ffiti.lltr nf liv. tvl.n rati, have returned to their home In I rame here from Newport about 55 years ariiora. uonn.-.v. S3 aianti e trail ncn Tim rnnnrni nr iviinninnn Mil rr w.ik ..w-.v-v.... ...... tunu UllUli .tl IKU l, uui n. XJIUIU.I.V k. UIU . I1V1IIC Jll ..I ,Oi.'CW.J'l QMUUI. Ill ..UUihi; VI TflVFNlVTf T V ! tho Rev. W. B. Dukeshlre. Tho bearers JUmMJUUU !-... niln Miller Wllfrrxl St. nr.rm.aln Miss Marlon Carr of Montpelier was f.n ,P A Lrjamo and .5. C. Lnflamc. Beside RICHFORD Hull-fruit IQ.'OUIIUUJT f.UIL UI 1IVI VWUi.,11, A.UII.O llllUl . Vl IIIUI J'VILUllU Hi LIIU I1U1V Ight watchman at W. O. Lanes factory nd has moved his family Into tho ter.c- ent owned dy inc iicnnionri iit;iii. cc uwvi luiii uaii v. u .i'litfa uxjwtir i,l iiulli:. rontan.a. hn hr.r.n a rnrrnt visitor ot Is sister, Mrs. Patrick Cowcn Mrs. M. Alger went Friday night to Montreal tha wife, Mr. Miller leavs three chil dren. Frank Miller of Montgomery, Mrs. Thomas Gllbar of this place and Mrs. Nelson of Chlcopce Falls, MaEr. Mrs. Klmer Doner of Sheldon was anong thoro from away to attend. Frank O. Lee, representing the firm, G. L. Gregr-.re & Co., was In town April 6 to look over some plan3 for pavement which the vll- KmlHo Qulolo, proprietor of th. ford Fruit company, has iold h business to Mrs. Kate Margie, of Derby Line, who took possession April 12. George Getty, of Kisturn avenue, has sold his lious.' to John Clewley. Conald. eratlon $1.700. Miss Mabel Power3, of Bur lington, recently vlrlted at the home nt is spending i j Ur.'.igton,-School re-opentn I . r i the !ur:.u!ns vncatlon. ., i i ton njf. roturnod and Mlsa r.o , tahf.i :hc place of Ml. r, Welch. Mrs. William Cameron, from the Fanny Allen weeks ago, has been 111 since with rheu matlc fever, Mrs. Harriet Duel was a week-end visitor of Mrs. Seneca Hazcn at Alburg City. Lewis Dowyor's family i has moved into Benjamin Harrow's tene ment. Miss Mablo Hazcn left Saturday to high water mark. At H. K. Shaw's MONTGOMERY CENTER Improved The Misses Sarah Leach and Gertrude Rooney visited at Brigliam Academy. Bakor3fleld, Thursday. Mrs. A. L. Doner of Sheldon has opened mil- .M.u-.y ptopj 0 in iowr. aio aoiry tu hear i!m.ry pariors tn the building rtcontlv of th" death of Daniel Duffy ut John- ' vacated by the Forostoin and owned by inn, v!n:iv he was living with his daugh-. Mrs. II. M. Wells Frank Ha!e tninni. tor. M;-. Nellie Brown. Mr. Duffy had c(l t0 st. Michael's Collcgo Monday, aftcr for Swan ton to resume her duty as tonnbnf lii tlm lilch school. Pearl Dar- to her school In St. Albans Saturday , r0Wi who spent tho week-end at his home, aftcr a vacation of two weeks at ...me. rntnmed tn his work In Burllncton Sun- T.u.e condition of Mrs. Georgo Wright Is day. Thomas Quiser was a business vlsl- v.n- f..iv,v D i),,i...... ,.f 1--.CI , ....... netn a rrM'icni rt mis iottii lor vi year n vnrnllnn of trn -.nr.lrr. tvlth l.lj tii- . i until ,aL rail, wht n he cold his farm on it- .i -,i :r t. n.u ...... their parents, Mr. and Mrs. IIUC-.1IIHI .1J.JIJ. U ll'lillt. ill lU , "I . , .' il. JX.IIU. .ll. j.,.,,.,. vM tm TnC"( linn ... ... 'K.iil 'ill r.i..' v.-iinl Io Johnson. He ir.lM . i r... - .. n v. ..ii. .1 , 1... .. I iarlCN . Mm. JH11103 Jai VIS lias . .1 ii.j . . , ... , , ....... ... mrn or Til.-! worrt and a rood rlt znn in.. 1 r ..i...i mm... 1.... , -...1 r laiisourg, 1., 10 apcim a ivhs ri'Lfiiijj- i-iiii-j 11 iiui- niimj in oit'ii - . --- 7 - - - xvcianu iiiuicuuj- aim I'li-i,,,., 1..., ri..i,.rt,. v.c w 11 ........ .... ....... r .:ir'rH H. fS.irrl villi, whil .itlpnilllltr .,lr 1- r-...i.i.. , Wltll Her clatlghtOl. Mrb. . rl. rjUtl'JII. llll.. yv lilt: ll- illjl in nrr milll.,! ' .. , ....j, 1 . ...tiuiuo ;-uu ..IJ'iUIl .iiaj . T..rn itr inrl Mrc S. Leavltt.-Supt. K. V. Grecno has been 1 ' '""! J!ollnt " Mass.. is at nar.l of Jcffersonvillo were buelnccs Ttn-c Vrf. ,5 m Martin or ..... ...... ... ,., .... ili.nm. n-i v.-ii-nUnn.... r,'liu, lnnlt. Mm 1?. i . April C Mr .and Mrs. Martin Of ;miiu.jii uiu- lur in r ; .mr. i;n L-uuiuy oi inn ' v.i.u.w in iwiiii .naiuninv.-juN jr. ..... , .... ,,ri ni tn campaign in which Bat.Usts throughout ' var-old -an ot Hdwavd Utnolt. died raiey Is visiting friends in Fairfield and . I 0,'.! L i." " " jna Bomt to tor in Burlington Monday. ISLE LA MOTTE Mr;. H. H. Skcels, who has spent tho winter In Burlington, Is home William Deyo and brldo arrived from Florida Saturday The Misses Mamie and Katlo I Hurley of Burlington spent Sunday with Melvm gone to few days Kolley. grist mill at tho lower end of the vil lage a part of tho top of the dam which had been temporarily repaired aftcr a previous washout, was wash ed out again, during the night anil sand was washed Into the wheol, but tho damago was not sufficient to sus pend business at tho mill. The mem bers of the Community Sunday School are asked to bring saucers with them to the candy-pull at Unity Church this evening. A hundred stereoptlcon slides of tho Panama Canal will be ex hibited under "the auspices of tho Young People's Community club at tho Congregational Church Sunday evening. Mrs. Lewis Marshall has ..lt..n.rl .r. Ciflnr-ftr.!.-! ATnca qftnr f. "T vlflltini? hcr parents?. Mr. and Mrs. work for spend Sunday with her husband. Loa lagc propoHe.to put in this summer be UKue or waierDurv was in town wou esclav. A. J. Crandnll was n business iBiiur in luwn i uesuay. iurs, j. 3V H'linrlfi will Ye .nllrltnrl for thn ntfrPhlirrli Wnrlrl Tnvomnnt Tin rr t n n I n rr nn i .'t. nr. unn -mt-q a tiinc n rrt oiiciters at this end of tho town. Franklin County ST. ALBANS At the annual meeting of Franklin Lodge W P. r . i i .. .1 a ii tween tho Main street crossing nnd the crossing near E. F. Greenwood's .store Tho dates for the Community Chautauqua this season have been fixed as July 17 to 22. Mrs. Jane Geddcs, who has been passing the winter in tho home nf her son, Balph W. Geddcs. has returned to licr homo In Bangor. N. Y Miss Ruth Draper came from Now York to attend tho Russell-Holmes military wedding In St. Albans April 7. She also visited her parents hero later. Others from here to nttend were Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Brown nnd their daughters, the MIssl-s Margaret. Barbara and Betty Brown. Mrs. !C. Mc Feeters, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Marsh. Mrs. Kdward Batchcldor and Miss Irene Spoonor. Miss Draper was maid of honor the Xorth and West oocl: to raisj SlOi!. t'AOOU bctwrer April and May 2. IL- Is organizing local ih;iri:li.3 iivi. ii the tamo as communities were organised durins the great war work drives. The Community Chautauiua rom mlttee reports that the dnto for the Chautauqua this next summer has been assigned and an unusually strong and appropriate program has been arranged so that tho wcuk during which tho April . Hh the flu. Ho was burled St. Alhans Tho vlllaco schools will onrn I F'-ld.iy. Anion-; thoso from out of town Ar l:, aft01. a vacation of teven weeks, nho came to attend the tuncral were Ida -Miss Mildred Klttell was homo from 1 lllatr. of fhlcopec Falls, Mass Austin Fairfield Sunday A nartv was held Frl-1 licnoit. of St. Albans, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. I, lay evening ln tho hotel hall in honor of 1 Lamoille County Fultx Lavender, of Burlington. Tho Rev. W. C. Mansfield -conducted the services. Burial was in the Center cemetery. EAST BERKSHIRE Marlon Ploof, little daughter of Mr. Miss Wllma Shattuck. Victrola music 1 was furnished for dancing until twelve o'clock. STOWE The funeral of Charles James Shepard was held Tuesday afternoon at his home, SHELDON "horc h0 d S,u"daj'' lie Bv. M. K. Bacon conducted the service. The bar- B. Collins, manager nf the town i ers were two sons. Leon and Walter nauiiiuima win oc ncm i-erc win iwonciiin.i .Mrs. Allien riooi, is in wun scarlet ; farm, died very midilenlv Sunday mom-1 Shcpard, and two sons-in-law, Charles i which cNcclls In good music, lectures and f vi-. Mry. F. N. Oviatt nnd Lawrence ng of heart trouble. Mr. rolllns was 13 . Ravmo and Jerome Wilklns The burial ,ontortalnmruta. The rimuttiu.iua will he Leahy wcro In Knosl.urg Falls Saturday. years old and is survived by his wife nnd i was made In tho River Bank cemetery, .hold during the fl days beginning -The monthly meeting of the Ladlvs'jtwo children Mr. mid Mrs. George The condition of MrF. Cynthia Stebblns AuguPi n .inn uie program is f) ar- .m socieiy was nciu 111 tnc cnurcn Vefl- i Courtnev and Mr. .nnd Airs. .Tolin -ori. I rm.,l,, t,.,.,. r ranged that each day will he a feature day with plenty of music nndi an ap propriate worth while lecture. Real artists and notable lecturers have been ongaged and a different group will ap pear each day giving a distinctive program which differs from that of any other day Mrs. Gertrude Bailey iccent- ly visited relatives In Montgomery Miss tailed: Worshipful master. Arthur T. " 'd"rr"2-f. ;ri!,7,ll'",,7' - sister. Mrs. Ward Post, in Georgia, dur- I weeks old vhll.l of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tlf- i .. . ,nr ffi A T Prnft ufis railed to " v . i.-o i uuvn , iauj nini vunciuaj . i iiu i uiiurii i w.ib i in or warden. Cadv T.. Karo: KccretarN-. tApr11 lb J' cro5.lWd? CJ,1UI . fh Pari rmc. iciri,f m...cn h n 1.... . G. Skinner; treasure Safford B. Thorp; Camion tl. U Apr . where o no , f ' MrJh hI.o has ' -to 7c at ng . " ustee, Avery G. Smith. The following of- following daj tho funeral ot . Mrs. Lrott s rf.r,i.ondr..l i h nlht WJtiST BERKSHIRE Lyman Allen ot Burlington was called hero in consul- rrrR wprn nnnoinipfi nnn insin npri r f.pn- eacon, George Daccy: senior steward. R. I. Mecorncy; junior steward, Raymond 13. iniii:i . ijii:!, lj. a. .iiiiu, .iaiii,i, onrv Hrvnn i mnrann . .1. A. SMiirlnvmir. ne oiiiL-erw Hum iuai.ini.-ii uy j-ani .uus- f Champlatn Chapter, No. 1, R. A. M., eld Tuesday evening F. W. Wallaco of nosburg Falls, district deputy high priest. f tho royal arch was exemplified. A buf- l iuiii:ii wun tuivi'u. News is received here that Mrs. Grace r inia ruv. whs nonrieii iiituh iur oltre April 7 and hcr condition is favor- Vi 1 a ritr.r linfriA l.r. mnrrlnFJi mna Ilss Grace Whltaker, daughter of Mrs. P. McKcnzIo of Elm street. Two marriage:?, H births and 13 deaths the city of St. Albans during tho month . . V. ... 1 ., . 1 . . . .hhii:ii uit; h uw i v 111,, r i uniH l ho office of City Clurk B. M. Hopkins. (iu uii Lim wi'iu ciiuaiiy uiviuuu. r.eveu Ix were female and fceven male. A daughter, Etta Mildred, was born o Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bard at thn home erry Jiruneu, oi spruce street, yester- The report of Dr, Warren J. Howard, rill . . I , .. n.O . lsoaKr-u rptiorteil durlntr tno month or T 1, n.U ..Kn r.9 -- lv.1..Ann uiiurLcu wua i, uuv uu.y i.i.i ui . , 1 - ., n.. .. . , .1. I ...nc i a. mil..i.a Inf ll.n.q rTl . numps, 32; whooping cough 20; chicken ox 4: scarlet fever 3: measles 3: nneu- A. covered dish supper will be served at ho Verulam club this evontng for club icmber?, followed by a dar.co for tho Napoleon Bourgeois, aged 33 years, died nursuay evciuii ui ma uuuii: ai uiq uu ftnr .i lonir lllnpf.K with tuberculosis. ohns, Que, where funeral services were ie:ti aaiuruav .u iimo u ciul-k i.-tal ....In In Ihn fflllll.. lot hera. Mr. Bourgeois came to tho Bay s survived by his wlfo and three chll- njkn .... nt... ...'ir-n. -I r i IMfinOIAOn. nd hv bin tmrrnlu Air. rmrl Mm. K.mole- At the meeting of tho city council Frl- luy uvviiiiib ii nun vuicu iu uuut. ua) - m., when the clocks are to bo set thead an hour, and ending October 3 at n.ni n m iithnn 1 hat iva t n rttt tint liflf L f was re nor tf;d at tho mectinir that tho 'atitml Vrrmont Rallwnv rom nan v n.nrl tno larccsi man-cinpioyinK conceriiM in iiu Lin. iu T wi i v 1 1 iu uinii. vuu iu trs - ft . i ,i rr.. ...1 , y t. 1. t . . .. r. . rl 4 r. ...1. .. t it,. L'tntr. UeollUIla 111 irKaiu iu iuu oiuiu n Nr. j nans. :ur. iuw u h.liu liiu niaiu would Klve $1,500 if tho city -would pay . a. it. rrA...1A. It? ,U would furnlBh crushed utono for tho pur- M I . 1 . ,. Ik. pOfio oi repairinB airuuio nuur iiiu uny unu tho matter wan left with tho committee on streets to Investigate with tho super intendent of Htrcotfl and give- Commit- . TT ...... 1 4 Atnia 'PVin wnnliiii tlnn r t John B. Fllnn us a city lister was accepted and B. M. Hopkins, who has beon acting ns lister several days, was appointed. Tho report of a salary com mlttee appointed at tho preceding meot Ing was presented and accepted, Increases of from 20 to ?jf a year being granted la somo cubes. Tho two lived during their younger years calls and collected $21.73 ln fees. There try lueMlay afternoon. .Supper was nCy of St. Albans called nn friends in serveii Mr?, uimoiii Bingham ana town Sunday Mrs. Fannlo Bomls was a children p.isued tho week-end with her I week-end visitor nt the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Larabeo I parents In Fairfield Mrs. Ella Gilbert, of Sheldon. Mr. Bingham went to St. who has been qulto 111, Is much better Albans for the week-end The meeting There y?erc about 120 in attendance at of tho corner class, which was to have the supper and entertainment given by bi-cn hold bust Friday evening at tho . "Tho Blue's" to "The Red's" lasit Vrldnv nome oi i an &niitn, was postponed until evening in Moreno's hall. All report a ! to Mrs. Almlra Slayton, who will take very enjoyable time Miss Ozelnia Greene of tho Jctferhonvlllo hlv,'h school wits homo Sunday Mrs. George Morcy of St. Johnshury is visiting at the hom'n of her parents. Mr .and Mrs. H. J. Preston. George Glbbs. T. C. Wright of the Stato hospital at Watorbury, was at his homo In Stowo Wednesday. Nat Godfrey Is out again after an attack of tho mumps. Mrs. B. Johnson and two children of East Hlghgate aro with hcr mother, Mrs. C. G. Towne. E. C. Mayo has finished work at tho Mt. Mansfield Creamery. Miss Ethel Brush Is doing well after an opera tion for appendicitis at tho Hcaton hospital ln Montpelier. Mrs. Fred Ploof has returned from Lebanon, X. H., where she has visited her daughter, Mrr. John Bettls. Mr. and Mr. Jay Larraway are parents of a daughter born Saturday. Mrs. Bur ton Loveland of Waltsfield 13 visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Florenco A. Warren, at Moscow. Elmer L. Bar- tatlon MonrtayMr. and Mrs. It. K. rows R n Alburg and Canada this McMahon, who have pai-sed the winter wt.ck buying stock. Mrs. Hugh Cush- m.in has returned to Barro after vislt- at tho Green Mountain Inn, havo return cd to their homo on Stowe Hollow road. E. G. Robinson Is doing well at tho Mary Fletcher hospital Mrs. Mcllnda Drugg has r-old her houso on Maple street Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Edson. at tho lower village. Mrs. Edson's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Levi L. Prntt, of Hydo Park havo visited at tho Edson homo this week. Iiosscsslon May 1 .Mrs. Robert Henry ot J jin. and Mm Willis Barrows aro San Francisco, Guilt'., Is a guest at the j pushing the week with Mr. Barrow'a home of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Foster. I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Bar Mrs. Itcnry was formerly Miss Casslo ' rows, at Moscow. The condition let Marshall of Stowe Mrs. Mary Shubcrt, o. A. Barrows remains about the same, who recently returned from a visit with , Mrs. J. 13. Russ and daughter. Miss with their uncle. Deacon S. II. Dow, near wer? 13 na'ln Patients and 16 that paid t.. Pn.,r,t..... 1 f Arlnme .! o limit ill lw yenra of ago and was HI hut a few clays wltli nnmimAnln The Standard Bearers realized $185 from v-"-,.1, ..u .n in Mri, . I Mass.-Mn,. P. M. Flanacan of St Miss Laura Marvin has returned homo from a few days visit at tho home of hor r. their sale and supper ln the church par lors last Wednesday. Mrs. Callsta Sco field received word recently from her Albans visited at the homo of her daugh ter, Mrs. C. J. Glanvllle, Sunday Mrs. Howard Chaffee has moved into the Elrlck house, recently purchased by E. A. Moslcr, and will run Mr. Mosler's furm. Miss Minniu Capron of Malone, N. V a former resident of this place, Is visiting at Charles Ewlns. Schools will j open Monday Mrs. Linnle Kinney and daughter. Christie, have been visiting ' I .. . 1 . V .1. Tl 1 1.1 . . I icu.vcu 1 t .i.vu.i ..w... ib ..... 1 wnwijii iui ,uiiniii;, navu uvcu IBIllllU daughter, Mrs. Harvey A. Doming, that -U-sso Harvey and daughter. Amy. were I relatlvcs nt .Nortll Bcrkshirt Austin t, i . ui w,tw recent visitors with relatlvcs In Enosburg a,,, ,. ,u. h,. . Sinclair is moving Into the house recent- Boston for a month or two Miss Caro- r,alls-",no ,Ve,' J-nes Tripp, rector of., purchnscd of Miranda Ewlns Miss .... . .j.. St. Ann's Enlsconal Church, who was I ... . . ... . . . of the head office In New York, and division superintendent, J. G. McKlnloy, of Gouverncur, N. Y., are making an official visit to this plant. Monday eve ning tho employes entertained them with a sugar eat at the factory, FLETCHER Timothy Conor has sold his farm to ills brother, Albert Bonor, of Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman of Fletcher visited here Sunday Mr. Bocash will have charge of the farm Albert Bonor recently purchased. Grand Isle County NORTH HERO ,T lf. ... .icifo "u"'"-' v. Vwi bj mutiiaii jitwj m.u .uir, woou n k sire parents S7w i 7 . I' reer re-1 m0Vcd to St. Albans-Tho Ladles' Aid of a daughter, born April 8-Mrs. Er- turned Friday from a two weeks visit Mrvcd dlnner yestcrday at the church.-1 nest V. Way is teaching the school In among her children, In Boston and ,, ,v at .i;n,.irnn.nn, . f.mJ,.,..ih. .w,i.m His(.if. Lyndonvllle Mrs. Carlton A. Scarlet ,.,. nt ,,, "hnm nt nKr,ar. T.nh John Knlrht nnd dn..h..r'a 1,. " ; from Burlington to their farm here. Mrs. Mather Dodds has gone to Burling ton to spend several days with Mr. and If.. T - J . . 1 l. . , n. ... . Raymond Nowton Is moving his family ':"'' r,t ,luure lno '"es -:oi- from George Webster's house to tho A. ,r;:' IT T, .7" l". . , .'v.. ss Ethel Galbralth, late of ' operated on nt tho St. Albans hospital . ,Ja Doian'8 house, fonncrly tho , Mass.. to this place for bur- "J"er ,a wef ago, returned to his homo j phcl)s house.oeorgo Rlnchart has lyn Galbrath accompanied the body other sister. Miss Springfield lal Tho condition of H. H. King result Ing from an attack of influenza earlier In the winter Is very critical E. W. David, 4 fnrmAK lincirlnlari1ar)r r f ihn Voatln'o Food Co.'s plant In this place, but now and son. Robert who have been guests . East Berksllre Rounds, have returned to their homo In ' Chicago, 1 Miranda Ewlns is moving hor goods Into GEORGIA Grace, wero visitors in Morrisvlllo Wednesday. Harry E. Rubs continues to gain after an operation at tho Fanny Allen hospital. Tho condition of Mrs. Ahbie Warren does not 1m- provo and she will bo taken soon to a WEST ENOSBURG T. Curtis farm, where he Is -employed- ;V""', '" At,. n..,l Tv Wllllnm Ttonlrln Mm f . "..-jiiii laoniu ri;- Kdward Lawrenco and family are 111 Tho latest surprise in the maplo sugar ! Howard Ovltt, of St. Albans, visited at IT', 1. , ' ,-, Wo'vL Vnt .0 turns nome thls wock frc"n 'ho Mary crop for this season came last Sunday, , tho homo of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. ' . wridtv nleht to attend thn I,,etcncr hospital, where he had an which proved to bo best sap day In a . C. B. Ovltt, last weekMiss Hazel Cav- , , , , .,.," ,..,i,. c,i,, opcraiion ior appenaicnis Mr. and Mrs generation. It has decldetily changed tho anaugh, of Enosburg Falls, passed Sun- ! V o rZ.J . rX:.Z w. .i " ' I Edward Martin has moved to tho John feeling among the farmers, who now feel 'day at the homo of her parents, Mr. and .'..J. ... " i..?. ' Soymoure farm in Isle La MottoMr. that they havo an av the year old child of Smith, who has been so 111 for n few months, is again Hi and for the fourth tlmo with pneumonia Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pomeroy and children passed Tuesday with Mrs. Pomeroy's parents in West Berkshire. Miss Bertha Mnr tlndale of North Sheldon has been visit ing Mrs. Estclla Rubieo and other friends here. SW ANTON Waltor Spear was In St. Albans Satur dayMr. and Mrs. H. G. Joncfi were In Enosburg Falls Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barrctte aro In bouthbrldge , . 1 , ,, T , . uiiaji e.i visual 111 iohii i' . iu. .inn.-. nrt 1rrt T. mnlr Tiunll eraco croi) Myrnie, Mrs. II. J. Cavanauch. , ... , . ,.,..,., anu -llrs- 1 ranit uueu i. 1.1.... ..1.1...., ... .u. , Liniun i.ogmi3 ima luiui.iiu 111 iier scnooi ,aro Hnend nc- a few dnv I'll, uuu lurH, 11. u. .uwu j iiiiuir iiiuii ,11 uiu iiuiuu (ii of JefTersonville I S with hnr r.i r his brother. Fred Preiser Sunday-Mr. V- r,""n T,r ThV r,n,l 7 7 ?. , a"a MrS- "man .Poluee and Mr Burdutto Whtcomb of Vorth h, r l,omo hore--Tne road (rom fet- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hartt gan of Al Trov vlslted at Jlc ho ml oT Mrs Wl to. A,banB tu, M,!tlon has b 4J,vldcd into b8ny, N. Y.. spent Easter with her par comb's Bister Mrs Frnest Hull Sund iv Uv0 ,,;lto!, tlllH y0ar' W' A' rst hn8'ents. Mr. and Mrs. Heman Poquette -Mr. -Cor Stone 1,1 t,u,,0 ot ,to "rll,,n, ?,l,n '"1 1 B and Mrs. R. E. Houghton of Isle La ..' '., .1.. .? .uL'af.". t'VI. ?A .,3.st : McLcoil has charge of the southern . Motto spent Sunday at the Irvine: Housh. division, The regular meeting of Banner Stephen Patnodo has returned from Grango will bo held Friday evening at eight o'clock. in week with his brothe., Forrest Stone Berkshire. Mr .and Mrs. D. E. Houghton of this place with their daughter, Mrs. Russell Black, and two children of Amherst, Nova hcotla, visited In Cambridge! Thursday and FridayMiss Versa Hogaboom of Enosbmg Falls is visiting at tho homo of Heniy Cavnnaugh Mr. and Mrs. Cart Kidder visited at tho homo wwu.t. . T? .,1 1-1..II4 r..l .1 Mass., called there by the death ot Camllo "V u"" iua). Lucler. brother of Mr?. uarrolte.-Mh.s I 5 - Butdettc Whitcomb, of North Troy, ! her daughter, Mrs. Reuben Brown, in Brattleboro, has been called to Gran- . vill.j. N. Y., by illnois In tho family of her son, Ralph S. Shubcrt. Mr. Shubcrt ' has recently moved from Bennington to Granville, where ho ha charge ot a large farm. At tho meeting of Mansfield hospital for treatment. Mountain Grange tho lecturer's program ' The year of United Church service Included recitations and readings, roll which has been carried out hero so sue call; for women, short cuts in housckecp- cessfully culminated In the organization ing; for men, short cuts In farming, and of a United Church body at the service an address by tho Rev. M. E. Bacon Sunday morning when tho constitution upon tho effects of a well conducted com- and by-laws r "epared by a committee of munlty church upon tho cas-h value of three were brought before tho congrega t lie real estate In a township Mr. and , tlon and explained by the pastor, and Mrs. C. F. Eddy of Hyde Park wore adopted artlclo by article. Tho preamblo vlsltor.s In Stowo Monday Mrs. Lucy ' as adopted was followed by nlno articles: Davis of Concord, Mass., who has pussed Article 1, being the church motto, "Ho the winter In Watervllle, is a visitor at That Loscth His Life for My Sako Shall tho homo of her brother, A. W. Collins. Find It"; article 2, the namo of the or- Truckman II. G. Smith motored Tuesday ganlzatlon, "The Community Church of to Northfleld after tho household goods stowe, Vermont"; article S, the object of of Mr. and Mis. Ambrose Lerow. Mr. the organization, opening as follows: To Lcrow will carry on blacksmlthlng at . unite the various religious elements of H. J. Foster's shop on Bridge street I the community Into one common Chrls Mlss Helen Waterman of Johnson visited tlan fellowship upon tho basis of fidelity Mrs. C. A. Riley Monday W. L. Ben- 1 to God and tho truth as we honestly con nctt and daughter,, who wont Tuesday I celve It; artlclo 4, membership, providing to Richmond to visit Mr. and Mrs. Grant that all members of the existing churches. Barker, will bring the little daughter . together with thoso holding lettors from Theresa, who has been with Mrs. Bar- other churches may becomo members by ker for two months. Before returning assenting to tho constitution and by-laws home Mr. Bennett and children will visit and entering Into covenant with this Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamson In More- , church, and any member of the corn town Earl Mayo has sold tho farm re- munlty may becomo a member by sub ccntly purchased of W. J. Shccan to scribing to the constitution and by-laws Charles E. Wheeler Tho employes of nnd entering Into tho following covenant the Mt. Mansfield Creamery association "Recognizing tho dlvino purpose hi or woro entertained at a sugar-oft at Georgo ganlzed religion In the world for the wor S. Gale's on West Branch Monday after- 1 ship of God .the service of men and the noon. establishment of tho kingdom of Christ Tho Rev. Mr. Boles of Hardwlck was on the earth we hereby covenant with hero Friday mooting the. Rov. M. E. Ba- God and with each other that w0 will do con, A. R. Straw and others In tho Inter- nil In our power to promote these great Daughters .of tho American ' ests of tho Congregational drive of the ends: that wo will bo mindful of the givo a whist party Inter-Church Movement Up to March 31 necessity of worship of prayer and of Hero Inn, Wcdnes- tho creamery end of tho Mt. Mansfield ffiiiowshiii and both hv ruvr-rmt nnd Creamery business was flXamnirt wo wiii endeavor to sustain Bristol, Conn., and will work fo: Knight. Bird SOUTH HERO Tho Revolution will Aimer Lambert, of HUhgate, b passing visited at the homo of her cousin, Elmer fr. ,1,,.,., ,uiih w uttT. m .inr.ir At. Kclley, Monday and Tuesday Mrs. II, woodA. G. Webster has returned from ,nm,i!,,1e", 'J?0 Isfcs Ircno aml Eula at the South day evonjng, April 21. for tho benefit of Co-oporatlvo tho Community house that is expected to 16.-1 per cent above that of last year, fhm nt nil timna- thnt -ni v. i,.ni bo built In tho future O. D. Flfleld has which was tho last year of the business. 1 10 ths churci, ot whIcll wo nro members a business trip to Now York, Morton B, . , , ' "" uvul recently visiieu .: . .... .... , .. . I nt tho homo of D. E. Houehton Archln ' Augusta Bta i-ierey ma leiurneu iu awttinuii iiwii T. , . , .. , ... n.,.,. t . r New Smyrna, Fla.-Dorothy Wiseman was . KoU?'. ' Enosburg Falls, who has been lot Mrs. L. A. C .. . .1 i n.,..i.. i passing tlirte weeks at the home of his of Gore street Is confined to the it viouur 111 01. viiuiaiiu, i, w. .. uuhu.t , . .... . ... r .in . x. ..... ...... r,...,..- . ... cousin, Elmer Kc! cy. hus returned to h i an attack of grip Mrs. J. Elizabeth! N. J whero sho will pass sov-1 honieHcr.ry Page was recently In Gard oral weeks Mrs. Lester Martin, of Now wu 'labS- street, Is scTiously 111 with bronchial I n ir vnaVJVl Tl Pneumonia-Thc April meeting of tho I UAIlHiKbh IbLD Woman's Auxiliary of Holy Trinity j Mis. F. G. Nutting and daughter, Car- Church will be held at tho parish hoiso Thursday afternoon, April 15 Miss Ce celia Pcnell has accepted a position In tho office of tho Union Mctnllc Cartridge Co Mrs. Georgo Pencil wa3 a recent vlnitor among friends In Hlghgate Miss Ella McNally has returned from a visit among friends In Undernlll Tho Rov. E. M. Salmon was a Burlington visitor Thursday Mrs. Harlow Chandler was a olyn, have returned after spending tho winter In BrandonMarshall Field, of Woodsvllle, N, H visited his mother. Mrs. O. A. Field, this week Tho glrW basketball team of Brigham Acaflomy will play the girls team of Montpelier Semin ary In Bakcrslleld this evening. Tho re turn gamo will bo played Iu Montpelier Tiiursuny tno Join The C. V. M. Sunday HIGHGATE CENTER The ladles of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, cerved a supper Wednesday afternoon D. W. Steele is attending County Court In St. Albans. Charles Lyon has returned homo from a few days visit wltll friends In Burlington and Vergonnes E. S. Wright of Ogdenbburg, 'gono to Bocton on a bUElness trip Mrs'. Fifty-four car loads of grain wero handled d sliare m Ita worshlii md other .. y was in town v eunewiay Mrj. 11. -"aiiea iicjuu i.u kuihi 10 new 10m oy tnc asaoeiauon 111 ijm. enuu(;n wr activities and In the expenses of its work and support nnd we will- walk together in brotherly love. This we covenant look ing for strength and guidance of the great God of all mankind"; article 3, relat ing to administration; article C, meetings; article 7, officers; article S, duties of of ficers: and article , tho sacraments, as follows: Tho sacrament of tho Lord's Supper shall bo administered on tho flrst Sunday of January April, July and Octo ber of each year but tho question of the Stlmets and Miss Harriet Sthncts .city for a visit of some length with rola- cral trains ot cars Sidney McClean has visitors In Burlington Mr.i. lives Mr. Ferry Is back ut Eagle camp rotumed to Mt. Vernon, N, alter a t of Westford Is the guest 'There will bo a special town meeting at short visit with relatives ln Stowe Mrs. tho town hall April 20 In the afternoon, E. G. Robinson and sister, Miss Sadlo to see If there will bo monoy appropriated Harlow havo returned from Burlington, for work or. tho roads Tho D. A. R. leaving Mr. Robinson doing woil after an chaptor held their monthly chapter meet- operation at tho Mary Fletcher hospital. Ing with Mrs. Mabel Adams Saturday. 'Mrs. W. F. Harris returned Friday from Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Kinney observed Keeno, N. H., whero sho visited hor son, tholr golden wedding anniversary Tuosday Dwlght W, Harris, and family, meotlng at tho'r homo farm whoro they havo lived thero hcr son, Goorge S. Harris of Mont all tholr married life. Friends to tho num- clalr, N. J., and daughter Miss Margaret Ohecro ot houso by Noyos and two sons havo returned home from a 10 days visit with relatives In Watervllle, M. E, Rice, who has been confined to tho houso by slckncts tho past two weeks, 13 able to be out. FAIRFAX Prof. J. S. Klngsley of Mlddlebury Col Iedgo spent tho week-end with his family here Tho Woman's Homo Missionary society of tho Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock with Mrs. T. L. Marvin Miss Myrlo Hutchinson of Montpelier, n former tencher In B. F. A., spent the week-end in town, tno guests of Mrs. ber of 50 presented them with a purso of Harris of Morrlstown, N. J who passed Lord's Supper as well as that of baptism f75 in gold. A family dinner wbb served. ALBURG """i .it"iii..iiieu ..j . ,,. -: - wcro cicciea ior 1110 enauiug ar; .x. 11. Mrs. Whcelock, went to St, Albans Moil Leach. Miss Mary iicclc r, Mrs. J. S. ,, u j,,, mo. Kg w E. Flynn; scribe, day for Jury duty Tho election of olll- Howard; Methodist, Mre. j. B. Bellows. w Q, Morton; C. of H F. A. Williams; cers In Barnes Lodge, F. & A. M., on Wed- ' Mrs. F. I. "V. ' . iltclioll. , j,, s M, T, Mott; R. A. C, F. E. Carglll; school class of tho Congregational Sun- lliirllnoon vlnllor Thnrndftv. Mrs. Jo- dav-HChool WIlH Mitrrt.'ilm.fl 1... It seph Therrlon and children havo returh Ident, Mrs. Burton Tlllotson, April nt Mitchell nnd daughters Tho following r.,1 to lhnlr Vinino In KlirOdon Kenneth hcr home. Fiilrvlnu- Tim iinmuiiii. .nioiin. linvo been appointed a commlttco for n McNally, of Wlnooskl, passed Sunday elnss of Brlgham AcadeMy entertained , canvass of tho town during tho week of with his parenUi, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. j the facultyat lunch AVcdnosday April I the Inter-Church World Movement: McNally.-Miss I. Blanche Blnko was a, 7 Gay E. AVhcoloek, accompanied by . Baptist Church, J. b. Howard. H. F. Burlington visitor Friday Avis Brown Vuturncd to hcr Bchool work Saturday nfter passing two weeks ln Alburg Mrs. Ira Jenkins and two children nro visi tors at Chanccy Mohan's. Capt. C, A. Bradloy is In Bridgeport, Conn., for a few duys Tho Rov, C. C. Morrill, of Burlington, was registered at tho Grand Avenue hotel Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Corliss wero ot tho homo of Mr. Corliss's father Sunday A meet ing of Mrs. Walter Scott's commlttco of tho Woman's Home Clrclo Was held nt her home Monday nftornoon nt 1:30 Tho public schools reopened Monday after a Mr. ana Mrs. N. L. Klngsley nro tho parents of a daughter, born April 11. Mrs. A. W. Darby was a visitor In Swan- ton Friday. J. Empyrof Swnnton, Is In town Mrs. t,oe iionsingcr was in awan ton recently Miss Myrtlo Honslnger, of New York city Is tho guettt of her broth er, L. Honslnger. Tho annual mooting of Hill Chapter, No. 11, It. A, M., was held at the lodge rooms Wednesday evening and tho following wcro elected for tho ensuing year: Ex. H. tholr vncatlon thorc. Charles James Shepard, ono of tho old- shall bo left to the conscience of tho in dividual member for tho reason thut any est residents of Stowe, died at his homo religious rite, or observance performed at tho lower vlllago at 1:43 o'clock Sun- under compulsion or custom and without day afternoon after n long and painful understanding is- unprofitable to tho be Illness. Mr. Shepard was born in Glasgow, llevo and displeasing to him who de Scotland, In 1S31. He moved with his mnnds honestly nnd sincerity In nil of parents ln 1S37 to London, whoro he re- our acts of worship. An additional list of sided until ho entered tho British army fifty names of members was read mak In 1551. From London ho went to Ireland, ing 150 In all. Tho choir was assisted by whoro ho holped to put down a Catholic an orchestra of thrco pieces and tho rebellion, thence to tho Islnnd of Malta organ. Mrs. H. W, Barrows sang a pleat, and from Malta to India, where ho saw Ing solo, Thero wero Ho present nt tho service with tho British army during tho Sunday school session, 70 of them in the Sepoy rebellion which occurred In 1857, . primary department. passing with his regiment through tho nesday April 7, losultlng in tho cholco of the following: W. M., C. U. Morrill; Sr. W C. 11. Weston; Jr. W., .1. S. Barr; treuiiurcr, F. II. Mnynurd; secretary, C, H. AVhcoloek; Sr. I) B. O, Tlllotson; Jr. n G. Maynard; Sr. S I. H. Htono; Jr. S It. C. Ovltt; chaplain, M, L. Start; marshal. F. W. Leach; tyler, a. C. Gates. Miss Ann KpafToid la teaching tho fcpilng term iu the. Cook fechool hout.e, east of tho vlllago. Mr. and Mrs. Grant, former residents, visited Sunday with The Moinonisy -nooi voted to M 3nj Valli u nldwln: M. 2nd Vail, send two " o oiner girls Ai w. Draffln; M. first Vail, R. H. Rob- conference In But llngton tho first of crts. treasurer, H. L. Brayton: secretary. May. The Misses Helen Mitchell nnd V. j. Maurlco; chaplain, H. A. Rico; S. Frances u immcu as dole-, s., AV. AV, Stiles; J. S., H. A. Tudhopo MORRISVILLE Leonard Sears who hns beon very 111 of appendicitis nnd an attack of mumps tho gates. famous Khybro Pass tho next night after tho body of COO troops wcro nil killed thero but eight. Later, Mr. Shepard camo with British hops to Canada, and nt ono nast 10 days. Is Imnrovlne E. S. Edison tlmo went on nn expedition up tho Rod, had a telephone Installed In his residence river aftcr Chieftain Reol, who was at 'the past week. Tho number Is 12-2 Miss tho head of a band of Indians that Lula Russ of North AVolcott was a guest Mrs. G. C. Parrls spent the week-uend I library sentinel, AV. L. Honslngor Tho vlllago massacred a band of English settlers. Ho tho last of tho week of hcr sister, Miss ' library has received from tho St. Albans was In service ton years and two months, Mary Russ, who is attending P, A F, In Essex Junction visiting her brother, I library a gift of nearly 100 volumes attaining AVarncr Gregory.-! ercy Minor of Jcf- School In tho lower grade re-opened Tues- First Battalion, COth Royal Rifles, Whllo farsonvltlo spent Sunday with his day morning, Owing to tho Illness of Miss In Montroal Mr. Shopard mot and mar parents, Mr .and Mrs. Frank Minor. Robinson at her homo In Milton it did not tied Miss Jano Gibson nnd with his fain H. B. Bellows and Q. L. Butler were open as scheduled on the 5th. Mrs. Joslojlly caino to Stowo to live about 47 years the rank of corporal In tho V. Mould, who has been confined to the house for two weeks, suffering from an attack of mumps, Is convalescing. Mr. (Continued ou l'use 10)