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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES : THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920.
CITY NEWS Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman Wright of Col. Tho Lnko Champlaln Yncht cluli Is Chester nnnounco tho niarrlago of Mil- facing a financial problem In connection dred Elizabeth Baker to John T. Twohey with tho clock on which Its club house Is of Burlington. Tho ceremony was per- located. Tho dock Is tho property of the fnrmnil March 17 hv lhn TlnV. J. S. Central Vermont ftnllwav rnmimnw anrl Sir. and Mrs. T. D. Weaver of Cherry timlm- i ,i, nlnnni.. Mr. and Mrs. In leased in thn Ynpht cliih n i nnminni etrcot are tho parents of a daughter, born ( Twonoy ,v)ll ma((0 their homo at 249 rontal, tho railway company having no April 7. I'earl street for tho present. Mr. and use for It at present. It Is reported as in Juan lloblnson of South Hero reports Mrs. Twohey have Just returned from "serious condition" and tho club has no that Sandbar bridge Is not saro lor travel Montreal, wncre mcy navo ueqh hijuhu- money wim which iu muno mo neccicu i i Annual fniitiMiilnn repairs. 10 maxc oniy me approacn jrauvE . .,.1 vm.iviu SHOE MANUFACTURERS MAY CLOSE PLANTS at the presont time, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Hunter nro tho parents of a daughter, born Tuesday at the Mary Fletcher hospital. of Vermont Retail Dealers Declare That Demands of Labor Are Reaching a Point Where They Cannot Be Met Intr a few days, . , . , , . , , , ..u.it sa' w"' cost, It Is estimated, about J2.0O. The junior high school basketball team Pcreona, contributions from mcmbors mliy w close Us to-night when they , discussed w 1 c ash with tho Montpcllcr high school i,,i .,., ,i, i.. . .1,- i- m n a .nnhim. al a special meeting of tho club, to be Tho case of the Waubanakee Golf club when tho local team went to Montpollcr hc'fun.c1xt wek Tuesday evening, nt tl nl, vs. tho F. Howes company, on tho otl Mnrch 12, they wero defeated but tho which tlmo action will also bo takon on court calendar of county court, has boon bo..g arc , trm to wl th8 gamo nd they Proposed nmendment providing for entered discontinued. nre golng to fBnt hard to amend tho do- Junior membership. Harry Levin, clarinetist, who has been feat. H. Footc, who has boon coaching probably no ono will dispute tho fact employed at tho Majestic theatre for cv- tho local team, put tho boys through a ttlat E Curt Mowor and Douglas nutter cral months, has gone to Brooklyn, N. Btltf practice last Saturday. Tho gamo will have thc honor of bpnK lhe flm cnnosts T., where ho has n similar position. ni i.m o ciock. on tnc lake th Boason, Tnoy took a fl. . . , ye8toriay ln attendance of Fellows of Vermont during tho third week Surrounded wltn most attractive dciora- snort ride yesterday nnd experienced no tho flfn annuai convention, which was 1,1 May, Thursday, Wednesday, Thursday zotn and Zlat, Vermont wi.l annual convention. stabllshcd at the officers and spc hom aro expected that Lake Champlaln Is clear of Ice from tiring music was furnished by Brown's broiid lake Tuesday had all disappeared . ,,,. nf vhlhltH which look un most Irom outside tho State, will be located Tho Vermont Shoo Ttctallers put In a ODD FELLOWS COMING THIRD WEEK IN MAY Grand Lodge and Associated Bodies to Meet in Burlington for Annual Convocations Ball at Gymnasium and Ban quet at Hotel Vermont Burlington will ho tho Mecca for Odd r I TMnMKt4A nK)l..lA. .1 a nw1 ..HOC! UCUL1UIIU J UtltlLli:! HUH VIIIIUI uuw- bout wero married at St losenh's Church tlons ot festoons, rosottos, colorcu ngnis unin mcy reiun.ua wnen u.w , session at tho Now Sherwood Hotel. u"u riaay, ino Mtn, 19tn, ! I,- . ,7 i..J?2i k nnd a general atmosphere of beauty. JO came In contact with tho only piece of hoP men had plenty of fun during w"en tho Grand Lodge of . "u'l: ,,.," ir. ' ,i couples of young people made merry nt the ice near the breakwater. After a little . . h , tho nftornoon -nd CVenlng ath(r for Its 74th V.. .VVi. V'.i..' ,'enp yen- danco v -en at thu K...nn Allen maneuvering, however, they got free of OBtlv sDent In listening to somo Headquarters will bo e ' ' iluh house Monday by tho Misses this and returned without mishap. Tho b .alk 0 phascs ot lhor business. A HotcI Vermont, and tho N. W. Flsk writes from Isle La Motto t'I'vllls Crabbo nnl Margery Bennett. Kn- strips of Ice which wero seen In the ,,.... , , ,.',nn, ,'i. i, clal gues"ts, several of w Rouses Point as far south as can bo orchestra. Tho pnuons and patroncsscF seen. This Is regarded as very early vro Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ullss and Mr. as tho day when tho lnko opened ln 1920. ivn's broad lake Tuesday had all disappeared , numbcr of cxhbtH which took up most f" sscf yes erday and April 14 may be regarded 'f Ule 8pnM ,n thc larR0 ,,lnlnB room of th as thc Ice wao much thicker than usual, George C. Allen entered In Chittenden county court Thursday a caso against An relo Francla and tho Burlington Savings Bank as trustees to recover the sum of 300, claimed to bo duo him from Francis. This Is about tho average date for tho opening. The lco bridge was formed January 17, or about two weeks earlier than the average time, so that the lake was closed practically three months. and Ms. .1. AI. Tl.orno. LUht refresh mt-iits wero served. In probate court Monday, realty li censes were Issued In tho estates of Thom as and Margaret Mann and Mary A. Free man, all lato of this city. There was a settlement and decree In tho estato of nonnln Kennedv. lato of Burlington. Ag- Tho Central Vermont and Rutland rail- , ctremrin of Wlnooskl was appointed t.. -..-.!. , i.. n Am TiiAftriav nam tlin mflnw In HettlO- -.1 tMiR . . 1 r i.n Aann nt Taianl - ' . . - auuumsuau.A " ftcw imcxico city ana now of sprmgncid, ment of tliolr back taxes. The Central Ver- GreBOrlCi lat0 of thnt village. Thomas MaJS Mr8 Bako s a of tno Officer and Mrs. Toter Lynch of 17 North street have announced tho mar riage of their daughter, Catherine Helena mont paid $10,050 and the Rutland $3,703. roovcs f Burlington was appointed ad- Thls Is In settlement for claims against the roads mounting up elnco 1913. Frank Rocque and Charles Miles, tho two conductors who pleadod guilty to stealing fares from tho Traction company were sentenced to 30 days ln Jail Mon mlnlstrator of the estate of Francis J. Hardy, lato of Colchester. A Jolly crowd of ladles greeted Miss Lucy Kcnyon last Saturday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. Walter Cassldy on South Wlllard street ln honor of her ap- "day afternoon In city court. Tho men proachIng marriage to Mr. Clarke Bruce pieanea guilty io emoezziemem. of willlston. Frlonds wero present Irom Tn nmhntn conn VrM.av. Marv Agnes Hlncsburg. Willlston and Burlington. Tho Peck of this city waE appointed executrix , bride-lo-ho rccolvcd many useful gifts, of tho last will and testament of Ann , Including cut glass and linen. Mrs. rnt.ii,v info nf niirllnn-ton. wlillo John Cassldy, assisted by her sister, Mrs. Doris R. Kelley and John H. Ryan, both of this Bradley served refreshments of cake eltv. wre appointed commisfiioners and i ana puncn. appraisers. The Liberty Fruit and Confectionery company, William Amplcys. proprietor, which has been doing buslnea for thc Col, Ira L. Reeves, formerly cum- Burlington high school and of tho Bos ton City hospital and Mr. Blake Is a chef in Springfield. The wedding took place in Springfield March 3, tho Rev. Newton M. Hall officiating. The double ring service was used. Tho young couple received many costly gifts, Including cut glass, linen and silver. Their wedding trip was to New York and Boston, whero both have many friends. Both young people are very popular and havo tho best wishes of their friends for a long and happy wedded life. They will re side at 51 Market street, Springfield, Mass. Alout 500 people attended the card party the hotel. B. J. Boynton, president of the as soctatlon, called tho meeting to order in cro. It Is expected tnat. during tho four days ot tho conference, somo 400 or 500 peoplo will visit this city. At a mooting of tho officers of the cen- the afternoon and delivered the address. 0.roa' ,"mm"tce' h'ch ''a th,ls cA.nven He urged the members to make a study of ,'rn cnh"sc' and Martcr Atawn- their business and to encourage the clerks w jacS Wh V&rZSTiS ... n itnr,i i w JacKsoii, both of Barre, held last eve- selves in regard to tho business. He took ned f tn conventIon v up various phases of tho business and Thls four.day pr0Bram lnc,ude tne urged on all the necessity of unity among ,nnuaI meetln Pot tw dlfferent branches the shoe dealers. Ho advocated the form- of odd Fellowsnlp. Cn tha flr8t day Tuo8. i.6 '".flay. Slav 18. thn Denarrment nnimpll nf Patriarch's Militant will hold its 25th an nual Besslon of the Grand Encampment. On Thursday, May CO, tho Grand Lodge last year at 32 1-2 Church street, was mandant at the University of Vermont and musical entertainment given last eve and later president of Norwich Unlver- nlng in tho Cathedral high school for thc slty, is now manager of thc sanitary noneni oi tne Ainicuc association. Aiicr ' . - . . nn rinttt nrirl ft hnlf nf rfl r-A a vt nir tt engineering department ot tno uorr - -.-.- """' closed Thursday by Sheriff James H. Allen on a writ of attachments for overdue debts. Tho ico in tho lake is clearing away ln spots and had the appearance Monday , president of thc A. E. F. nf tiHn ir nn the nolnt of van shine Large ..... . . - . n vnra iv ill iipnump. r ranee, inruuu romnanv of Now York cltv. cnglnoers. r'rst prizes were awaraea to Jonn tODin Colonel Reeves resigned from tho army nd Miss Margaret Powers while the in tkn ..n ihn work. The announcement "booby" prizes went to William Duncan mentions tho fact .that Colonel Reeves, after being relieved from duty at thc I'nlverslty at Beaumo, France, through out Its existence. About 400 children of the Home for Destitute Children and St. Joseph's Btretches of open water were everywhere and Captain Perry, light house keeper rtn .Tnnlnpr Tqlnnrl. mndft a trln over. Uslnir his boat. Leon Campbell, aged 31 years, formerly I Orphanage had the time of their lives of Burlington, met with his death by nc- """"""jf """V""" MA.nt i notrnit. ilrh.. Ai.rll 5. Mr. where the Knights of Columbus presented Campbell will bo remembered l.y his many ' their minstrel show for their benefit, schoolmates. He was the son of Robert There was a good attendance of others Campbell, a former resident of Burlington. George T. Garrow, who will be remem bered as night clerk nt the Sherwood un der the management of Mr. Freeman nnd later went to Oswego as day clerk, being promoted as chief clerk, was transferred April 1 as assistant manager of "Tho nnnnnta" at Oneonta. N. 1. Michael Romeo, thc violinist, and his brother, tho accompanying harpist, ar rived in Burlington Tuesday for their 21st season. Their arrival Is always look ed forward to by Burlington people as a harbinger of spring and the coming of visiting touriste. Lillian McLane, an incorrigible child. who used the opportunity to see tho show but tho chlldron enme first and occupied tho best places ln tho house. In the eve ning tho theatre was again packed and tho audience showed Its appreciation of the performance by Its npplausc. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Wakefield of 120 North avenuo have recently received word from their son, John W. Wakefield, and Phylll3 McCarthy. Following this came an excellent entertalnmont which consisted of: Selection by the orchestra; vocal hoIo, Miss Irene O'Brien with flute obllgato, Miss Dolores Mallory; violin so lo, Remus Coutu; recitation by Miss Flor ence Cronln; piano solo. Miss Florence Kelly; recitation, Miss Hazel Ryan; vocal solo, Raymond Fugcro; violin solo, John White; recitation, Miss Frances McKenzle and vocal solo, Miss Ruth Casey. After tho entertalnmont refreshments of ico cream and cake were served. John Bcauford said he was coming to Burlington to play poker and that was the last his wife, Laurette Bcauford, ever saw of him, according to her tcstl' combat pernicious propaganda directed against the retailer In places. A. J. Canning followed Mr. Boynton. He took up tho subject of hides and of Vermont "will oo'ehratA lt 74 h nninl skins and told of tho manner in which session. And on Friday, May 21, tho last iney were namiiau uciuro going 10 me aay f tno convention, the 35th annual ses sion of tho Rcbckah assembly of Vermont will take place. i On tho day whon each lodgo ins Its an- tanner. Tho tanners wero growing more and more particular all tho tlmo ln re gard to tho hides they accepted. In one year his company has handled as high ns Inual scssdon, that lodge will havo the uso 100,000 calf skins and 00,000 cow hides but of tho Odd Fellows' hall, and tno business tho cair sKlns are not coming tn so fast now for thc reason that farmers nro keeping their calves. Ho told of the methods used In storing the hides, and sessions and general work will bo car ried out there. Each evonlng will bo taken up with spo- clal attractions, an follows: Tuesday eve- went Into the technical details of the nlng, conferring of the degree of chivalry process. jand Patriarch's Militant ball, nil ln tho Miss Helen SI. Haney. associate editor University of Vermont gymnasium, tho of the Boot nnd Shoo Recorder of Bos- dance being open to the public; Wcdnes- ton, took up tho topic of styles for women day evening, banquet nt the Hotel Vor- next fall and showed that she was mont, with special speakers, open to all thoroughly familiar with her subject. She Odd Fellows and tho general public; dealt with one of the biggest problems of the trade In a manner which pleased tho shoe men and gave them much valu able information. She said that women were not bo par Thursday evening, exemplification of tho Rehcknh degree In the City Hall; Friday evening, meeting of Beatrice Lodge No. CO. followed by open house In the lodgo rooms with entertainment and refrcsh- tlcular ln regard to their shoes a few ' ments. On Friday afternoon, there will be years ago as they were now, since the n Robekah reception from three until five advont of the short skirt. Thc short "'c'ock in the roof garden of tho Hotel skirt did not necessitate any such length vrmont. of boot as has been worn, however, with 1 wlnP to tho large number of visitors Its load of eyelots. 1 The women next fall are pxPceted to bo ln tho city during aro going to wear a boot varying be- this convention, it Is thought that tho, tween eight and a half and nine Inches h"fs havo, ':" In accommo- i In height and Miss Haney Is of tho ''"'P them, and the general committee onlnlon that low n.t anno- to n. in c"-ioro, P'n to mane a systo- the biggest demand in their history. She estimated that between 60 and SO ner cent of tho oxfords. "M" thC. lye BUltulw,nlch 8h n!H I stocking will be worn with them, and matlc canvass of such rooms In private houEes as may bo available for 'his oc casion, in order to havo a place for ev erybody when tho time arrives, and to brought against him, which was heard Tuesday In county court. They lived ln Wlnooeki, and it was in Juno, 1913, that her husband deserted her, she says. was In city court Tuesday and was sen lenceu 10 spunu uie leuiuwiuui ui nu nn- year mere ai tne time nc leu. norlty In the industrial school. Tho girl is 15 years of age and could not bo managed , ,At " meeting of tho on c al board of by her people. Her mother accompanied tho Methodist Church, held last evening, her to court and was in favor of sending the following officers and committees who enlisted in the navy last August. Other charges which Mrs. Bcauford that ho has completed the radio course brings against hor husband are that he at the Newport training station and Is wa a drinking man, that he gambled now at the Great Lakes training station, constantly, beat her so that marks re where he will spend about three months, 1 maincd on her body for days, and never after which ho will go to sea. Mr. Wake- supported her. She saye that she has field graduated from the Newport supported herself ever since hor mar tralnlng station as a radio operator. rage by working In thc mills at Wlnoo He was formerly a student at the Bur- . sk. and her testimony was corroborated llngton high school, being ln his second D lwo ner witnesses, one or them her motner ana me otner airs. Anna Williams of Wlnooski. her to the school. iwtie elected for thc year beginning May The annua convention of tho Grand Hammo.,(, "bcnovolent treasurer. B. B. Lodge of Odd Fellows ot the State of ..,.. ' , .. ,, , . vcrjliuui Willi twu ikc.iuivaiin win uu iivi. In this city May 18 to 21. inclusive. A County Agent E. H. Lovpland and 73. L. Ingalls, State leader of boys' and girls' club work, attended a very enthusiastic meeting in West Bolton Wednesday eve ning, when tho boys and girls of that place, under the leadership of J. H. Smith, C. D. Densmorc; finance committee, S. F. I chairman of the boys' and girls' project 1 1 T T T To Tt T."" T Kn-V. TP T ! H-rtfL" nf thft TT(1 v TtllFnail fl-. Vi n . number of Grand Lodge ofllcers from out- j ' ; As(li;in and c. D. o'ensl ' munlty, organized a pig club, with nine side the State will be present at that ' M ... . mmi,Prs. nfflrrs of thn now niih u-.r time and headquarters will be established , s F ' enry. usht!n,( r, Hove, K, c. elected as follows: President, Xenophon at the Hotel trmont. Drew, J. A. Corbin, Donald Beach, Harley Wheeler; vice-president. Ernest Gokey; There will be a meeting in the school- i Reach, L. J. Irwin and II. P. Prlndle. .secretary. Euretta Fuller; treasurer, Har houso In the southern part of tho town! j old Mallow. Mr. Ingalls addressed the of Charlotte Friday evening of this week, i -r. ana airs. w. a. oturgess. wno meeting, which wao hold In tho Grange at which County Agent E. II. Loveland have resided in tho city since last hall, with several visitors present. Tho and Miss Hazel Cassldy, home demonstra- N'ovcmbor, left Thursday for their new ciub membCrs are planning to get pigs as Hon agent, will confer with the farmers home In Bristol, Conn., where Mr. Stur- s00n as possible and to enter the State- gees nas talten a legal position wltn wdc contest for pig-club members. Thc the New Departure Manufacturing ciTjb mcct once In two weeks, the company. Mr. Sturgorfs will go directly next meeting being scheduled for Tues- to uristol, but Mrs. sturges will visit in Watcrbury nnd will stop for a while with her sister, Mrs. H. A. Mayforth, In Springfield, Mass., before Joining Mr. Sturgoss in Bristol. Botn Mr. and Mrs. Sturgess are graduates of the Univer sity of Vermont In the class of 101J. Mrs. Margaret Hlckev of 8 Booth street continues as superintendent of the has received somo particulars about the Northern (formerly Plattsburgh) district; sudden Illness and death of her daugh- tho Rev. C. V. Grlsmor will remain at ter, Mrs. Catherine E. Bruns, whoso death Mechanlcsvllle, N. Y.; the Rev. C. L. occurred In San Jose, Calif.. March 28, JIaH will preach at Schuylerville. N. Y.; as already announced In the Free Preps, the Rev. R. H. Washburne, who has been Because of the symptoms of poisoning, Pastor of the Wlnooski Methodist Church, no remedy of any kind giving relief, an Kes to Wllllamstown, Mass.; the Rev. autopsy was performed. It was found s- Rowe is placed on tho retired list, that death was caused by "fulminating" Notwithstanding a vote taken In opposl- influcnza, tho first caso of Its kind ln tlon thereto, the numbor of districts In San Joan, nnd for which there l no the conference was finally reduced from dolph the second week ln June. Each of !;nown rcmody. This form of the disease "ve to four, to bo called tho Contral, mo circles or rmg s uausniurH m me lns an tho aymptoms of Fovero poison- isastorn, Northern and Southern dls State is urged to send ono or more dele- nffi tll0 hlood hu)n nC(1 w(th bac. trlcts. Burllngfon Is In tho eastern dls gates to this convention, iinrom w. tio- tt.ra cura, secretary of the antl-tubcrculosls , ' association, has been invited to address ThehJsh eost of living Is not making nnd their wives regarding general farm matters. Dr. Guy P. Benton of New York city, formerly president of the Univorsity of Vermont, and Winston Churchill of Wind sor, tho well-known writer of American fiction, have been selected by New York University as members of the board of electors for 1920 of the Hall ot Fumu of that university. The police late yesterday afternoon ar rested Henry Lapler, who will be charged with breaking and entering. Somo watches and other Jewelry were found on the man, who was arrested a few years ago on a similar charge and convicted. It Is thought he Is the man who entered the Barttro hoube on North Wlllard street a week ago. The annual State convention of tho King's Daughters will bo held ln Ran fashionable footwear will be In U 1 . 1 U- 1 J ' ... .in n n ..i .V avold confusion n finding places on tho rill be worn with them. and. ,,., , ., Th- . m t T. u , Thls GncraI committee is made up of The toe will be a medium, and slightly 'the following Burllngtonians: O. W. Ed- rounded, with a vamp running between war(ls, chairman; Clara B. Norton, secre- three and a quarter and three and three- tary; Frank E. Hathaway, treasurer; and quarters In length. Buckles will be worn the following sub-committees; finance, as now, and tiny buckles will be worn for Charles Jones. J. Russell Whltlock and the purpose of fastening dress pump Ralph Lyon; hall and hotel. Ray Fryo, instead of bows. There is a tendency to Clayton Wilcox and Joanna Reed; badge, lower tho heels slightly In walking shoes, o. W. Edwards. Frank Hathaway and Loula heels will be worn with slightly Irving Shedd; reception, W. B. Craven, heavier lines. The broguo oxford with Clayton Wilcox, George Tabor, James wing and plain tip will be worn cxtcn- Simpson, Ida Prentiss and Hattle Wln- slvely. She predicted an Immense de- ter; Robekah reception, Clara Norton, mand for white footwear this summer. i Julia Wetheroll, Hattie Winter, Ida Pren- Dlstrict Attornoy V. A. Bullard spoko tiss. Joanna Reed and Margarotto Aldrich; briefly on tho Lever act, which he said Canton day, Charles Jones, James Simpson originally did not include shoes and and George Tabor; train, Ray Frye. W. i clothing, but wae restricted to foods. B. Craven, Irving Shedd and Margaretto Last year clothlnir .mrl shn warn in. Aldrich: Patriarch's Militant hall. Chnrleo eluded. He said that the act merely pro- Jones, Ralph Lyon, J. Russoll Whltlock, vided for Investigation. There always Julia Wetheroll, Clara Norton, Frank was law against gouging tho public or Hathaway; decorating, James Simpson, misrepresenting goods. Ho had no cases Ray Frye, George Ferris, Harry Chase of a shoe man's profiteering In Vermont. ann w- Laughton; nutomoblle, Leroy He announced that George N. Tllden DPP- Emmet McLcod, J. R. Whltlock, of Barre, a shoe retailer, had been ap- Walter Aldrich and W. A. Harding. pointed to the fair prlco commission to assist Orlo E. Luce, the fair price com- THE FREIGHT EMBARGO mlssloner. This was done at the request of the shoo retailers. Already Cuunlnir Somr Annoyance to Officers for the ensuing year wore Burlington Manufacturers elected as follows: President. George -i.- . . ... . . Tllrlnn nf norm- fi..ot ..i i 1 1,10 reiKi eniuargu la idling on oome - - -" - ' ' " n-J-IJrt"WI- -. n..f, . . 1 1 . o no lasts day evening, April 20. In the assignment of ministers at the closing session of the Troy Methodist Conference ln Saratoga Springs Monday, former Burlington pastors were given stations as follows: The Rev. J. E. Mead trlct and the Rev. O. K. Statham is con tinued as superintendent. the convention. um ,g win eop.o so lar Testimony In the Wells will case con. William H. H. Palmer of Bristol filed a gaiaHcd'emiy'be hancmc'lack the "nu' Monday afternoon after the ... u sniarica men may be hanging back, the wBk.nnd rer. with ri,nri. t! ttnnth. I.;,u"l"7.r-l'l-"'".TJ;,'?', e.Vrj hlg pay In the Industries provides tho whn wfls w1h, , V. WZ 7 I V;, . I . office of the clerk of the United States meanB for a largo number. Tho mar- I , . .. . ...vu.. ...1 . ..,u IUIIIUVIi II I - I nnn.. rn.M 1UVT ..m.II ,n.O 11 ...... court i ucsuay. his assets are given as , ,, . . , . ... i'"j "ui mini 1010, un me ti H.42V and the llabUituTs J2.318. Nearly all 0 " " 'ta;:"'r ?C tywn "k ! Mr. Heath testified as an accountant, co of the assets, outside of tho household " "ef" far '''l "un2.r J.V '! Parl"B charB 8l"l'8 Tom the bank w furniture, was an automobllo on which tho Cadillac company of this city had a mort gage for tl,200. In probate court Tuewlay Van A. Nye of this city was appointed administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Huldah J. Bostwlck, late of Burlington, Wltn rreu 'j, Deuuprc un'i .jonn .iciveiizie, alio of this city, commissioners and pany from 1907 until 1918, on the stand com- L-lth J1 l"u J""?6' ino lola numoer last entries on the backs of stubs, which had lm. ,,.0.,Uua mm beon identified as being ln tho handwrlt ' "-"""-uiv-mt was me year Deiore ng of Mrs. Knlo E p Wo))a jn th that, when 294 1 were granted. That year way the pr0ponent sought to strengthen most oi tno licenses were granteo men the evidence showing that Mrs. Wells iv in urnrn fn nf nwnv In tlin n rm ' ' .... .... tho yearfl previous tho number was not seco'ndvlce'-pr nt "j.H.Am'of th,UKhh "fT q. Tnnn.K,.!. . .. t ".. .. . hardship unless tho embargo la nf ,Z . : T, r0t UK. Beveral wceks- Tncro was n relief for the Barrf TV nlT 'nf h ShCft f strlct lra on tho Rutland jester- Sf lib LnhlhL k e(itinB, u next day except that the Delaware & Hudson year will probably be Barre. although ' onen' , un for nolntK on K oll. Bts no action was taken on tho mattor. This will not help out much In this city. The meeting closed In the oveninc. 1 Z"iil - ,V.,r " """L'l when about ,5 wero present. Shoe is KettI)s ,ts g0ods packed to the doors of men from all parts of the country i. .ahmia h.it nr h.. ,!n made short talks. It was tho general curtailment In production. Tho night force oonsensus of opinion that this sum- his been cut down considerably, and many mer would see a closing up of a large 0f the crew shifted over on to day work, number of tho shoe plants in New Tho Queen City Cotton company Is in bet- Lngland, and perhaps most of the ter shape and tho embargo will havo to plants throughout tho country, be- ast a ionfr time to bother that company, cause of the Impossible, demands mnde of course there is serious trouble with by labor, ln some instances Increases customers who want the goods thoy havo of 7 ) and even 100 per cunt had been ordered and cannot get them. Tho railroad asked for. It was the opinion of tho conditions have put business In general in speakers that tho manufacturers a turmoil. would at last draw the line and fght The Horatio Hlckok company's plant Is the proposition out for tho reason thnt closed down because of repairs that aro prices could not be increased to meet being made. AH the men In that place such exponso of production. Among who wanted employment were taken care those who spoke wore Ralph Baker of of. but most of tho men wero satisfied to uso tho time off for a vacation and not over one-third oxpressed a deslro to keep busy. Shippers who use the Contral Vermont can still get goods to Boston and to Massa chusetts ind southern points, but prac tically no business Is done by Burlington manufactures ovor thc Rutland road. Tho embargo means a loss of many car Irads per day to Burlington's shipping. teutants to tho admission of this evidence, and one or two lively tilts between nttor- up to that at present. The arrangements were made Friday .n.9l..r. Tllor vni n ua.H ninrmt nn,l KHl WllWCIiy iJHrilllKlUn l-UHl, ISO. i. decree in thn estate of Kate L Collins, A'lierlcan Legion, will nave the use of neys occurred. The charge slips and lato of Burlington 1-creators hall, on the socond floor of tho other papers were Anally admitted, with Hnyward block on tho north side of Main exceptions noted for the contestants, who In Probate court yesterday A. L Sher- 1 str,,ct. for all but two nights in the ciamed that the wit, ess was not com- man of this city was appointed admlnls- mollth, tho Forestors reserving the use of potent to testify from anv norsonal knowl. trator of the estate of May C. Hlgl.ee. tho roomR for tnclr raeetill(t nights only, edge of the fact regard to the charge hlto of Charlotte, with Stanton Williams The.n rooms Include one main hall about I , , rCBard 10 tho C"ttrgC miu . u.i v.. Kiianuuu, iiv jj icct, wnicn ins region win uso UB commissioners and appraisers.. There a meeting hull, and probably for dances were bettlemontB and decrees In the and other social evenings. Then there is Cincinnati, George Lovely of Boston, and George T. Durbin of Now York. OBITUARY Mm Michael Olrimon Mrs. Michael Gleason died Tuesday morning nt 6:30 o'clock at her home, 87 Pearl street, aftor an illness of sev eral weeks. Sho is survived by her hus band, three chlldron, the Misses Kath erlne and Mary Gleason and William was competent to, and did, tako caro of I ll; " l,y' and W a her own finances. There were obiectlons ' a,Bla' 4"'Dl "oynion, and a or. tho part of tho nttornoys for the con- April 15, 1920 Mail or 'phone orders carefully filled the day received. Mail orders delivered free anywhere in Vermont. The Prettiest Wall Papers The Most Artistic Wall Papers Wall Papers that every one planning to redecorate the walls should see. Showing the most pleasing and cheerful effects for halls, liv ing rooms and bed rooms including Oatmeals Japanese Grass Cloths Jaspes Embossed Papers Florals Old English Tapestries Basket Weaves Ingrains. Satin Stripes Wonderful assortments at 12 l-2c, 15c, 25c, 35c, 42c and 50c per rolll. The choicest new novelties shown here exclusively at 75c to $2.50 per roll. Many special room lot papers at extremely low prices. De partment 3rd floor. New Dinner Sets $18.75, $22.50, $25 and up to $95 For 100 Piece Sets A splendid showing of new dinner sets of American and English Porce'ain. Many open stock, all richly decorated, many in the fav orite gold band effects. Others in extremely dainty band and floral decorations. $2.50 Aluminum Percolators Specially Priced f?f $i.98 tiir We have for to-day and until sold fifty only seven cup best quality aluminum coffee percolators to sell at the ex tremely low price of $1.98. The regular price of these percolators is $2.50 they aro perfect and made of the 20 year guaranteed brand of alum inum ware. Only fifty at this price $1.98 each. A Powerful Display ot Summer Cretonnes The fashion for cre tonne as a drapery summer upholstery material has had tre mendously rapid growth, and this year appears in its most beautiful of expert printings. There is a cheeri ness of color and pat tern and an original ity of design that goes more than half way in assuring the success of a room or a porch. We are now dis playing the best print ings from some of the leading producers and we will be glad to have your early in spection for some of them will be in such demand that thny will rapidly disappear from stock. Splendid selections at the following prices 38c, 50c, 59c, 69c and up to $1.50 per yard. sum Mm lit?, j t h- f "AC: TWICE REPORTED DEAD HOOVER MEN BUSY estates of Lois B. Macrae, into of Col- a smaller room which will be used for a ' . . choster, nnd Mlnnlo Murphy Powers, lato card room, smoking room, etc. The Legion u D""t h,,rmrA ""d Petition. In II. J. Monln, V. V. .11. sn, Telia nf III Experience In thc War IT rlnnrl try oanA tt..lA brother. Thomas Pope. The funeral ':,""" -..iVh Z"Ll ,nnrdn.ni inlS0 the croIx do guerre for heroism was the ' OI. ..n.rl.nra nf H. .1. MmvlfK. 1J. V. M.. '23. of Dorchester, Mass., who gavo nn lnt,er Joseph's cemtery. Cirorge II. Hognn Word has been received In Burling- csting ncoount of his experiences beforo members of tho College Street Church last evening at a suppor given by tho men of Burlington. .will tako possession tho latter part of The student drive for a memorial April and tho next monthly mooting of building at the University ot Vermont had ho post, which Is scheduled for May 3, hroucht the total uu to $33,310 last ovo-1 will do nolo. more. The annual election and Installation of ofllcers of Burlington Chaptor, No. 3, R. A. M was held last evenlrg in tho Masonic Temple, followed by the annual nlng. This represents the plodgcs of about BOO students. After the sum had been added up last evening 20 men got together and these will see the remainder of tho students to-day so that by to-night tho whole drive sffould bo finished and a ra- fleers wero Installod by Past High Priest port given to President G. W. Bailey. I OH. Jones nnd by Past High Priest J. 13. Miss Lydla M. Pottor has been appointed Train, as marshal: Hxalloci iiign priest, extension specialist in homo economics at iwno; King, r . li. Jenhs; serine, tho University of Vermont to succeed Miss " "-'""I treasurer, rrnnn j. nemieo; Bertha M. Ho'.dcn, who hns been elected j socretrny, W, R. Clayland; captain of uuat Herman; principal ton of the death In New York city of ot the church. Mr. Mowles Interspersed George H. Hogan, who was a resident witty stories and llttlo funny hnppenlngs of this city about 1G years ago. Ho throughout his talk and kept tho audi ts survlveJ by two sisters, Mrs. P, H. ollco laughing. ' Delehanty and Miss C. G. Hognn, both "To tho men who fought tho war from of New York. Funeral services will be roll top desks and In tho shipyards," ho held ot tho Cathodrnl of the Im- fn.Id, "the war was a Joke but to those maculate Conception this morning nt nlno f us who wont oversoas It was very rMnrW. Interment Will hn In . v.n it., mnnh na Hfi.rmtiii flAaiirlhnn1 It " r Supporters of Herbert Hoover for the lot at St. Joseph's cemotery. Mowles sent his audlenco Into gales of Circulation Throughout the State republican nomination for President of tno united States are gottlng busy in Vermont, and it Is being discovered that Hoover has a largo number of friends in Mr Cynthia S. rtmul I laughter when he described his expert oncos when ho was sent to a hospital Mrs. Cynthia B. need died Mnn,i wlth .tw? Pron. n"Bcr? and .B'vcn. tho .,,1 mTlr.j " V.r. . V . I t . local Institution follo.in nrst oatn no naa over oocn given uy a hmo owk-uun. inrivin noover ciudb nave ' wj'crji1 beon started In Bennington in the south- "on' aC(1 "JT; hoJs 8Urv'vod by natient. t .... . . .. hop husband and one daturhto.. rni.. ... ' nurso. This, ho found later, was hor first banquot and sDecches, Tho following of- cm part of tho State and in Barre. tho her husband and one daughter. The body XI- . tTI .1 a m . . MmnVAfl IIS III flit a-. I Mr. Mowles wn.i attached to tho Third assistant State leader of homo ilernoiietni tlon agents tn Iowu. Miss Potter Is a grad uate of Simmons College, Boston, and for the past two years linn been teacher of home economics In tho Kssex Junction high school. Miss Potter will ussumo her duties in June. the host, II. K sojourner, Samuel Lawton; royal arch captain, Leroy Uoppj master of tho third veil, 11. A. D. Leggltf, mastor of tho second veil, Buoll Thrall; master of tho first veil, John II. Brooks; sentinel, W, H. Foluom. miter cny navmg secured about 100 -" ;& Mr "Z"1, 01 Division French Colonial Infantry and In names on Its petition to place Hoover's Corbin, Frye Morln , and Tuesday w-as , ,, worp mon from ,ho co,on,es name beforo tho people of the State In tho primaries, Now Burlington Is coming Into lino. Petitions to get Hoover's namo Into tho State primaries aro In tho hands of his friends and will bo rlrculatcd In thl city to-day. A large number of students at thn university already have pledged them selves to Hoover's support, und thero seems to bo a good deal of sentiment In his favor on. the hill. do u in uorsct for the funeral and Intormont. passed on. Marcti 5, 1920, Mrs Car rie Lewis Montgomery, widow of C C Montgomery, aged 84 years, with can cer In the face Burial at Sharon, Mass. Tell what It Is that you can do well and let a classified aU help you nnd the better Job. July many of them thought thoy wore seeing a ghost. After that he was wounded and gassed again nnd on Octo ber. 191S, was finally wounded so badly that ho did not return to duty. On his second trip to the hospital ho was sent to a different hospital than was uxpecttid and so he was roported dead onco moro. This tlmo, however, the parents would not bellevo It as thoy had learned from experience, Mr. Mowles had as Interesting an ex perience In his 18 monthB of service as any man could wish nnd ho tells It in a way that holds his hearers, putting in Just enough funny incidents to keep It from becoming too serious. Preceding Mr. Mowles" talk, a chorus of men of the church nnd University of Vermont students, undor tho leadership of It. C. M. Parker, U. V. M '21, of Montgomery sang somo war songs, in cluding "Mnrchlng Through Georglu," "Tho Battlo Cry of Freedom," "Tramp. Tramp, Tramp." "Keep t,ho Homo Fires Burning" nnd "Over There,'" The program followed an excellent sup per, which was served by tho men. W. H. McKIUIp was master of ceremonies in the kitchen, and much credit Is 'due him for the successful way In which tho supper was cooked nnd served. The general com mittee Included W. H. Crockott, H, H. Hagar, H. H. Hlckok, W. B. McKIUIp, H. T. Butter and F. S. Pease. Mr. Butter and Mr. Hagar had charge of the dining room. and men who had been exiled to tho colonies because they had been convicted of some felony. "Although these mon woro criminals," ho said, "I found that they were 11a loynl to tho cause ns somo of tho best men who served In tho war and I novor met one who was yellow," On tho 30th of May, 1917, ho wnswounded and gassed and then he was reported dead for tho flrst tlmo. Whon ho rcturnod " M outfit Just bofore tho Fourth of ENDURANCE TEST Another 800 Sllle Horsclinck Ill to Stnrt from Fort F.thiin Allen Tho ofllro of The Adjutant General of the Army sent to nil department com manders within tho continental limits of tho United States on April 1 a com munlcatlon announcing thnt beginning on octoDor 11 nnd continuing until Ooctobor 13, 1920, nn endurnnco test for saddlo horses will tako place, tho stnrt being made at Fort 13 than Allen, A t nnd ending nt Camp Dovens, Muss. The prlzo Is to be the U.S. Mounted Service Cup. Tho war department " -w- plained, approves tho participation of tho army In this ttst, both on a.-count of the bcnetlt thc service Is expected to rece'vo nnd the closer union with civilian horso mon which It Is believed st.ih a cortesr will bring about. It Ih intended to r nd a limited number of army o'l'r rs tn Fort Ethan Allen for participation In 'ho test. Department commanders are advised that any olllcer expreea'n..; a desire to enter the test should niaki- ap plication through tho channel net later than June II, Tho test is sponsored by the Arabian Horse Club nf Ame'tfa, Ve American Hackney Horse soc cty, nd National Steeplechase an! Hunt Club, and approved by the war doiurt uen1 , the Chief of tho Army Bernoulli Servii e and the Chief of the Bureau of Animal In dustry of the Department of Agricul ture. It Is des'gned prlmarilv 10 silmu lato Interest In good saddle horc pos sessed In such stamina and hn-d'ness, nnd nt the sump time having th.' nr as sary quality, to render them suitable for uso In tho mounto 1 service of the I nltc I States. As a co-equnl purpo it has been sought to develop many noluts of Interest in determining what Mof I will produce a mount which will s.itl fy tho many and exacting reriulremtmts de manded of a charger. The total distance to be covered will be approxim:.'ely 30d mllos, contestants to ride sixty miles per day for each of fivo consecutive dnys, regardless of weather. In a :l"i-n tn the cup prlno rlhbons will be 'iven. A similar teat under tho same aUEp'.es anil between tho sumo points was l.?ld lat year, commencing on October 14. Tho race was won by a civilian entrant ri:t hid of "siMii.vrs n:r.it" If you lack energy If you lack ' pep" tho chances nro that ywir "owila nro sluggish. A Foley Cnthnrtlo Tablet Is n wholesoino physic that will rid you of biliousness, gas, bloating. Hick hen lacho, sour stomach or other Ills that attend Indigestion an 1 (Onstlpnunr 'r'v in. vigornlo the I'ver --J. W O Su.i.van; 3C Church strort -.viv The olllclent houfewlfo knows how In "inusablo tho ads aro to bu