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JITHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES; THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1920.
CITY NEWS Mis Jessie Bolton of 112 Pine street lyas niarrtM Tutwl.ry to Edsnr f. Bryan of .MUlshcd, Ky. Ml- and Mrs,. Israel Benard nre the nwwiw of a sot. IjOU u horn .llllv SR. aI 36 Caiheri-uo street Word has liian received In the city of the Mrtn of n daughter, Thursday, to Mr. pttitl Mm. Wert P. noun.- i.f Von-nelier. Ml nnd Mrs. Paul F. ruinsis .mr.'junce th riarriaso of thlr daiii'liMr, Pauline, n Buskt.-k, N. T., on u'ulv .T., to lr.in J'jtsf.c!) of Uxu pliec . n TTobite Court TbuTsd.iy , lice-ui3 i to sell real estate ihm granted In the estate of loon Drhikwrtt-..'', late of Hur.!- !DJ,tCrtl. Mr and Mrs. A J barker ' S Bradley stnv;. aro tho parents of i. uaus,htvr, Harriot Ann. born at the Mary "IoIc'.iot i-iMoltkl on '.Monday. The will of the late Charlotte E. Eosit- irlfk' of Wnc.sbunr was r.rovrd Monday r. l'n'..-xit- Court lly tho Htm of lh 1.l V t:n etaje remaining after Just ir.'brt aro nslJ ,T-ia to the hur.bai'.. o,' Uie .teceased. Wh'.tcMir Uoetwlek hfl of dl 7ore was granted F't-.la-' 'jj Mir Nettle Bell.-ore lr lie i3ici ai.-alnsi Joneph G Belhvae. S.' c n-ts swarded '.be hnum 'jr. iioath U:ikm treat. 'rj: JKO0 additional, and permls Jon to re-ram? li;r norni. 9f Llr.sity. Mian AmeJlk Rocheford ami t-'npoon "JPluX were cmr.td 'it Z'rz u'cck yes terday rKU-nrn s ot. Joseph'a C':rch nv lha llov Ncbirl iVoulx. tty wo- COUNTRY MUST HAVE ROADS Materials Are Lacking Mt3 Avortlt. An appeal was taken to J j tlio Supreme Court by Or. Avorlir.i uodii- i til on tho grounds that tho evidence did . nc-' warrant tho flnnltitif The exceptions . which were noUjd mid the cvldcnco was I ordorud nied hy Judge Kish and win i.w j Money Available but Labor and profani! :o trie supreme i.ouri. Beforr i'o marbk statue of "Penelope" which wits rtcrnUv pivrii to the Vnl vorliy of Vermont b.,- Mrc. Anna Wells iiVkiF, e'm bo piateo In the t5!lllngn llbrar.-, the Hoot ol U.n nulldlne rauht bp ctrcngthenec' Js Mil hiMlt with lib ba..e wrJhs boLvccn tw PP'l three tons. Thl Ftilt li 1? t.i lie placed 'n the apse In the ' Tillllnits hbrai-j- bntvee!; the enter tablo and th.j sout'.i wall. Hon. - f.-;n of a back-! fro'j!!'!, pr(ablv of black vrlvet. will be I crec'.sd In ordf r to brlnp out the full ' IteaiiK of tho -vhl'o farrara marbly cf , A-hi-.b the llcii'e Is made Thd lifo-slio Motor Truck Jimv Tnklnc .MurJi of hort-Hnnl Freight Hitherto Cnrrteri hj- tLnllroodn Concrete. Axphnlt nnil IlrlcJi Mtpplnntlncr Mradiun fBy Frederic J. Haskln) Washington, d. c Julv y t of -TWAior" .tajidi un;n a larco "' la country ts, reaching a l,w of another fc'ad of "iarb!- .cnueai ,taRr. t have a billion dollars la 1 ano;...r , , ?JrniJ roaf, b,)(,(I!f. th)f yw Mabo! Cobum. a waitress, ro ye.irs of a r.ornpiehenslve program mapped out. bur ,:, wa.i .inwiM i nurfo.iy .j; liu ( -,ory it'.ie work Is Roirjr on. In fact, It lioili.- rn, a clin.-yt of slivi'.'ng ..lotbcs i ofncialiy prophesied Ciat tho different from Mt. .1 II. Natrtii of : Col W so States wll' nr.compilab only 15 to 'J) per RtretL The trfr'. jo(.incd at the sa:io . otit of -W thoy pJannod for tJ'.lK year y,Kt-v a Mr. NatrcJS and when tM ' And while ihis apathy hanps over road latter b"ir t? !os. her Mot'tltiV .he ( iiyjldim; projfits, the toads thft v.e have '!i.ni)cti'i! !fl" I.:iiB th" Coburti ivre "I'inir t' Pi'e o fR.v that In !.''ir.e "tri ilh .-cer. r oar; " H!W of tim i.lo'J.- pla -c? uu r.m fair', o.j tbi-m riv.:!lr.:r. Ipk and tli r-l'ce T'.rs.tay t-'K ner mi?ntrnvii isai wnti built to -arrv t greater ttraln on th. hlfthwayn and mak. Inp Btronper rodd Kiirfaces Imperative, especially around cities and lownH, In MBS.tachusttts. where nrcount hns been kept of travel on main roadn, motor traf. flc of all ehlci has Increased SM per cent. The rjrfstcM of theso InereaBes has come In the last three years. The coun try Is ready for a notional ryiitem of roadft and road transportation. 11 la another hip Job'that must be' rlono. CHANGE IN MANAGERS IZ. A. Mnderhohn WucceJ .lohn Wnlker In A'ermont Mflk Chnoolnte Compnnj- At a meetlnc of the directors of tho Vcr. mont Milk Chocolate company, held In this city, .lohn Walkers' reslcnatlon ia seneral manager was accepted and K. A. Ilndcrholm, who ha?, been assistant su perintends and superintendent during the last few years, was appointed to tho offW. Mr. Linderholm will 'continue to hold the office of superintendent and Mr, Walker wl! retain the office of president and his directorship. , Air. Walket'! rfa-.on for reslsnlnt: is that hv wlsnt. to take a rst He has also THE STATE AUTO PINS EIGHT A ear owned by Chester Clarke of South Franklin turned over near Enosburfr Falls Saturday evening and pinned elsht peorlo beneath It. Two of the occupants were seriously hurt, and one of them may not live. Mr. Clarke, driving suffered a. broken eollarbone. The cause of the accident Is believed to have, been the steering Rear. nUTIANDMILK HIGHER The price of milk In Hutland will prob ably advance again, according to the pres ident of tho Rutland county branch of tho- New England Milk Producers' asso. elation, He blamed labor and grain cost. ,. i " July 29, 1920 STEAL ITALIAN'S WINE Three harrels of "dry" wine were stolen from a sealed frclght'car at BatTa, having tieen" rnnsipnnH to Aneelo.Krnmnlnt. who resigned as pcncr.il manaier Df the Mass- 1 has a sovernme.nt permit to transport r.chue.lts fhocolatc eomiuiiy ,-itid Byrpn such soodo for the manufacture of vlrie lj Wnlkr his sor Iia ln!i ippointed to g,ir. Two men were arrested on suspicion. the positisn .ir Walker will act In an .'v'.norv t'nn.ieitx Mtfl, holli ..nrr,, hnl ' nlK.D ON RTHKF.T In cu:,vl - I! -.-.is lt-.-d tt.Ht hel , old.fayMoncd h-.iRg.. or evo-, ,,,sser.-r ' .1sh-s to unburden hi:,...lf so far "as P".- ' rharler- A l.undcren dropped dead on I .-.o-umuiated . gomj -t.rf tr-C. to-BUill.. collapse ,-in.ier t:v. wegh: of from tSlP rk. Kt lntnm, , to ,h?Yrf at kr"JlnnKnr ap,u.l. fw,rfean ..f snlrt l.-rd five-ton wiek. .. and. M reyaltl , laBR WV5C ,t lSn bes',nn,ni ot ZZc of a phyMclan. a hemorrhage ucdorvlotnus and hei iufelr. rort. Is one of th., Udncs ut w a n h:, vacat01 ,nd ,n thxt connection will b.nc the cause. He had been 111 for over Kho li jail. a-itt:nc -.r!.1 cm a nation refnso to bcrthor with, 0nv..of vn-1t RlodeJat.le.ro md other South ,hree years with tuberrulMis; chursB of petit larcen.". '.limn rimflr. havo bomino choppy thut Amuncan nolnU. Dlv.Jliu,' i;tentlon with the clrcni, p .le hi tho otru-U. if JJiLUnjrtun 'lio- l 1nv nnnii'ur was ? blr "Uitiiniobilo i from liwiUiti Tt-iiJ. Ii vrilch Mr. T3d 1 th;s;ifs s w ?. crt navujit.'iin lii attended by r.tni dinar not 'o :r.mjkin aoMlcl.nts Rixutn njv not tieing bntit o,- -jtlrt :uty extent fw f,-i ttu' iroo reaspm' country mt r.u constru"3on Is reuirdtxl. I.abji and rof.aura-.t "Rielr homo on wheels 1:. , But Uicue dlffltraltios coald 1 coped in Mc nuK r.ini ri'rii onwvr t . . ' w -.., i - .-t. ntirt l.lr'ir-r thdn m-inr.arti J SSL.T la , ' l""l""u rr j ... . . A.'rLo irv Old brido'a Oiibcr. Ed-T.td Paehoford. and net.Tsunln TAMerrs. ) ami.n.l Ton nm CWi'. MC-iflAr -Ut'-rnvvii. cn -i enarje "uic.i -';v 'iniur ..i , ir.rl lommotlvoi that o-j- of renilr of vMlt lr.-rny. The Sir V!dl suU'J n larMi.lnO. T1h few unlade tl VnZ M n . fo) Kir inj(p. tnan n morft-TF m uh.it i . ."'...' .i.m i .-..v... ... . tf I'ottvrtio-... w. -a,s p'"1 on :-ro t-i&.e. Accomrny'n- th- Cad '.'nc U n Piitlnn -ndi fniihor oitkr .-f the trnrt. Mr WaU.br d.irlng the past fnw ear been tt- organiser of Sim? of the blc Eest candy ui chocolate concerns In the He cnrirert and formed tr.e Verrumf Milk Chocolate company, as he. did the i.Iassachussts Chocolate com pany Ho wac ilao behind the Miller Candy company of Eoston, of which h Is , RAISE $M,ftflft Tho sum of JtS.CVl has been ralsd at Barre for a co.operatlve creamery, known as the Granite City creamery association, tnc One hundred farmers contributed still u-eurer H ts aio vdce-preslde.H of plamon(1 Mo'untan tho oth tht ,3X Confr.ra:.ry company He wll.' moft httotf -hc knew 1t th O'drruouilv tour'nit c:ir of rfKiilnrl.'Ti '-.s-t teivi, in w'.i'ct. I'hor ri'.m'n: of ll. part , W T'lt.crAon. V. .V "in. n-a .n flf. tnu'uit; t.j tn. Th -.mttv Mt 'lous, thts cdty Tnewday, St tV V. -lli tri April r. -rt'i On- rrPutnt, Vt-, a the. Tiinved in bulldinj? nri'tci'1- r,r uoin ra.,1 t-y.hI. on which nntr.y uii(VfomniB n:e j V r riado at tho prwau"-.: time Reforc , thi Mr. Patcrso.-, wis rnsajrsd in tlse . railroad business In Brazil. aj-r. fre.srht c-r ahott, Ditr retain hl; offlua 8 vic.e-p:ctident and dl- r.tOf of tho Masmchuw-t's Cha. nlati of 1 compntiy In arWljtt.n ai these ventures he frc'.i;'it T.rr th' i,-"! ;vTinln are rru"t- h&s b'.n Identlf'ed with other rucceprf'.il 'bitir for carr-i!is; f-jnd and com, to thut enten'nses in the t.it fms1 yrjire and new wlw.ie no lot.I ma erlalr oaf. bf illijcd Huihc.1 ti) relax tn'i'.'h at; pot-3ib'.a. 'or ri.a inirlt, Jmjld'rr is botn lnw and BERRYING, MET BEAR Tames Hillts of Barre went berrying on er day. Al- ere. rose In fpint of him a mother black bear, and two cubs One leap and he was off through the woods with a picture In his mind of the. mother hear demolishing very cnrefullv and pleasantly hlti coat left on the stump of a tree. vneeitxJn. Contfioicrr. hf-vr, fiT t-orr.e. tltnu held nacV from rr,'iiF: contlacts fi tnr.r that they v.tli nut oe. able to fulf A v.ct ?nsfui: 'niin rT.tioii 'U 1 Hiciu, iind aIo bcrai thev ar afudd g -,, t .?r. and Mn. ". Frankltn M't- i pries mar r.i up f.irther V.for s. 'igir Irj thy futuU ot tlw umitrc ..'"ntt at iJri-Mii'.'Tsnt T'Jv:'.'' 'Isarly 10BITUARY The ejectment suit of Moses Mich! vs arthur Goodrich was tried Monday nftornoon. in City Court before .ludne .1 P. Ladd Judgment war ronrietcd fo tbfi plaintiff, who w.ia rci)TC.cntcd Li George A?el. Miehl rourht to jrot Good rich out of his house at. II? North 15' ami Winooskl aenuo ajid an order was f.ir I'.O. all ' 'b- cut-.-nef (,-. '! pupil; at'en-lrd A ..hurt m'.tual proyncn was gtvei and ' ?a'ne.i -inJ stn.jt were plnvcd. A', ihn cvrtrtUi !i "f tho pn.grttn Xr Meir,:ngi v& pi-rrn'i) will a. frunmlr peii and an irv..!:? rencil anJ! Vrt M.v?e;nrer wn :.m.s'",1 : ;i.M movit'd pr-ji. M.s l'...;(if .cav.. nt wet , Or. 'ArniiVT will laki issued. A suit for divorce was filed Monday by Myron A. Chandler of Burlington againtt Iva It Chandler, now of Water bury. Conn The couple was married December V. lftM. In Perry. Wyn, The maiden name of Mrs. Chandler was Beck with The petition sets up that the . up h .' new prrji.mil - de.".:: of th" etftica- t'oi ."iiD-.! of '.hi university -it IiWhi. I't Mii!.icjrcr hai vai.l the summer si-hcil at Univorpit:- o." Vermont .-.".rt will be missed, both In the l.'niversity and In the educational work of the State. Two petitions In bankruptcy wern filed woman deierted her husband In July. K'l", I in the offloo of the clerk of United States and has not cince lived with him. The .court Monday and both were of mer- lihellant asks the custody of the two . chants. Alvanidn C. Gibson of Rutland, i "n a truck again and sent to the editor, minor children. n cioicr. had asset of V:W, of which S2l 1 all of which requires the use of expen- he Job cull b i!r.trhfl. .CADS URGENTLT NEEDU.l lr. the fav of this -wsback to pi ins for great port -war aentevraejiti. is thj fac. tlmt wr, nood the nicvls urgently. In the ;.ist th-( or lour ymrs trucks hava I'e.ird ou" rer.iHf kaWy In trHr.sp.!itatin dltllc-altJeii Only the :acV of sillUt.io hlrnw" hv- ild them back rroin tdking over nrt'ijly all the short hvl freight hitherto arnert by tho ratirn.idr.. A meter truck stops at. i. cortain print er'i lr. Baltimore overy'weck and gets tho cupies of a rn-iirazlno published here in Washington The truck delivers tho poods from the printing plant to tho editor's door for a fraction of what tho railroad would hve to- charge. By rail the shipment would have to be sent to tho lreight yard by truck, loaded on the. trajn. unloaded at tho Washington yards, loaded Mi. Caroline ro-el! Mrs. Ciroirrm Clark Po'-.!l, dniirs.tT of the late Deacon Homer -isrk of Charlotte., dl-d a; the horr-e of h-r daur:.ter, Mrs. Cora Govj. on the Shlburne rojt Thurs day afternoon, agixl !0 years She was I none the worse. o.io of 1? children an.l it- surviverl bv four i laughtnr'f, Jlw. O. P R.ad of Charlotte. VACATION DAYS M.-r, .Mary Eiadley of Shelbunie road. Joneses, bound their offspring Mr$. M.irtha J-Ceiiog; of V-iillston and' i,av HAD CLOSE CALL Rather than collide head-one with an other machine. Capt. Reginald Buzzell, of No'prt. "hot his high powered roadster over a six-foot embankment late Sunday evening, cut a telephone pole In two, and ploughed clown three fence posts. The ma cr.ine refused to turn over and but for a. scveie shaking up the captain got out should Mrs. GoV, with whom whe made her A vacation Just the same In Probate Court yesterday Marv Agnes Teck of Burlington was appointed ad ministratrix of the estate of John Costello. late of this city, while James P. Dower and John H Ryan, both of Burlington, were appointed commissioners and ap praisers of the estate. Decrees of distribu tion were made in th estates of David R. Bean, late of Milton, and Frank P. Smith, late of Essex. The will of George C. Blck ncll, late of Jericho, was allowed. Pr H E. St, Antolne. I". S. P. H. .. is claimed exempt and liabilities of $1.11." "A The creditors are mostly con cerns uhich furnished him goods and. in clude the Hnlhrook Grocery Co., iKl.M; Crystal f'onfct!onei y Co.. $35.7,1; Bcrry llall Co.. 321.9(1. and .1. H. May, $5.02. The. bulk of the creditors arc Boston and Rutland firms. Ray M. Smith, a meat dealer of Burke, had assets of .Y73.rA of which SJfln Is claimed x-cmpt, and libill lie of J J ."its .7). .Most of'hls creditors are people engaged In business in and around Burke., Including a number of St. Johns- Hurley of Bennington, who formerly of Burlington, naa just received j bury men. notice that he hap bopn relieved from ( Xl- Cnrl Urtlnn- Vinanllfl! Haiti. "lames j, more Md.. and has received promotion completed a six months' sentence . .u,. ,e i,ioe ,.m.,.,i,i1M( ..ir , for impersonating a naval officer, wa. In ' ' . .,;..,.. i .j... i ICIty Court late Monday to lb' tth district of the-war risk In surance bureau. He will have charsre of ' all cases in the States of Alabama. Mississippi and Louisiana, with head- j quarters at New Orleans, La. i E. A. Tsham, deputy State game war den vas in this city Tuesday after spjndlng a week in Essex cnimtv, where he investigated the reports that Ot were being "Jacked" by means of men who wore electric light in their hats. According to the reports the men mod utrong batteries which they carry in bags and furnish fuel lor powerful electric lights. The lights hold the deer spell bound and at the same time throw a light on them so they aru cisy marks for a rifle. afternoon and pleaded guilty to obtaining money under false pretenses. He was sentenced to serve not less than four nor more than six months in the House of Correction, but sentence was suspended nnd he was placed In the hands of Probation Officer Agcl. Hurley raised various amounts by presenting ciiecks, which had no funds behind them, In Burlington and many other places about New England. The department of jiif-tlcc officials procured his arrest in Connecticut. He was sen tenced in United States Court for impcr-.-onatinc an officer and the Statu took hold of the cases of raising money under false pretenses. sive labor. The efflclencv of the truck for hauls of less than one hundred miles seems to bo pretty well established. Furthermore, tho truck seems to bo able to carry al most anything that a freight car does. Thu-.s trucks have been outfitted to carry live, stock and produce- of varlomt kinds. Where lines of these trucks operate out from a city farmers within their radius are made independent of the railroad, arid land farther from the station Is cultivat ed. The farmer does not have, the trouble and expense of hauling his produce to tho cars, and his produce reaches the. con sumer more quickly by truck, which i3 a bis factor in handling perishable food. Hoover,, you may remember, found that not less than fifty per cent of the farm produce, of the country rots on the ground for lack of transportation. The truck cannot entirely do away- with this waste, but when trucks can bo used all over tho country the loss will he minimized. The countiy needs motor transportation now Just as it needed railroad transporta tion when It to first dmelopcd. The. railroads used heavier rails as the bigger care- and engines became possihlr, but mime ais-o ny one son. w csi ,y j'oweil pr , Af t,lp)r mates. selected for thorn wodthers ielcl. by three. sisters. Mrs. , c o( hlt.h.price(I Indlan name. Lewis Prindle of ..iiatlton. Mass.. Mr?. Thrrf, th cft tnPm mstrurtors Ha tie Lyman and Mrs. Martha Foote. . wh whc MtnE tnem ran w,ldi and by one brother. Drayton Clark, all of . . ,, .,... ,,ii,.j .imi i'.iir, .liiii vy ft-vcrni sr eiiuunii'ii en and great-grandchildren. j inncr.il h: iipiii ai me r.ap- Sunday afternoon; .J"" J"? ,'Mongst their kinfolk and acquaintance Mm. Catherine .Branprr f B P1nn('1 ' 1 OMr" , So thoy started In o fllxwcr. Mrs. Catherine Beaupre died at her Lunchefl at noon beside the road, home. 13 North street. Sunday evening. ! AmI ,n time for hearty supper ri;t;n -n jcarif, aiier an unless oi lour weks. She had lived in' Rurllngton most of her life, coming here shortly after her marriage. There are five gen erations roprejc.nted in Mrs. Bp.aupre'n family and those who survive her aro one son. Nasnlre Matte; five daughters, Mrs. William Blon.lin, Miss Olive Matte, and Miss Mary Matte, of this city, Mrs. Frank Ross of Anjstordam, N. T.. and Mrs. Victoria Tourvlllc of Wcntford, and.ni grandchildren. Mrs.. Bcauprc was a member of St. Joseph's parish and of St. Anne's society. To return each blessed child. Thus relieved In mind (and pocket). Came to where "her folks" abode. Host received them with a Joyous Hope that Jones a sej-the could swing. While, his wife complained of labor And the. cost of everything. (Privately the guests agreed they Bright and early crank the Ford, For they didn't on vacation, Fancy working for their board). I Two petitions' for divorce wen filed I Thursday in the office of tho clerk of Chit- The suit of Dr. J. N. Jenne vs. John , tenden County Court. The first w.rs that M. Emerson, noil known as Jack Lynn, of Mrs Nellie A. Francl? vs. John B. administrator of the estate of the lite Francis. The couple was married' April Jennie F. Edsoru was entered with the i Is. 1S9S. Mrs. Francis' name was Nellie court by Attorney J. H. Mlmms Mon- Plant. They lived together in Buritng day afternoon and will be hoard before i ton and Joiic.vil!e until October 1. 1910, the assistant judges. This is done to when Franeij is alleged to have left hlfl accommodate Mr. Lynn, who is absent I wifi. and since that tlma refused to syp from the city murh of the time. The I port her ajid treated her with intolerable car.0 Is an appeal from the decision of i sevorlty. The second petition was that Carlton W. Simirm Carlton W. Somers of Mlddlchury died at a local institution Sunday morning . of typhoid .fever. The bo.ly war. removed to the funeral parlors of Corhin. Frye. & Morin and was taken Monday to his late. home in Middlcbury i The remainder of their Mr. Somcrs was 63 years of age. - They put up flt ROme h Then th'ey'stopped with "his connection." Who were curious to larn How, in these scant times, they managed To have gasoline to burn. And apologies so often Emphasized the fare was light That the visitors completely Lost a robust appetite. Of their hospitable relations Having wearied for a spell. touring otcl. I Rut at J all the innr, encountered Mary ronton J vheresoo'er they chanced to roajn Mary Gordon, the six-year-old daugh- .Not a single one could offer now, when the reven-and-a-half-ton truck I " . c ' rom,ons ul a nome' . ., ,. i.,.,. .i,,.t, ,i.-i,i 1 Barro, died at a local Institution Sun- roads to run it over. THE DINOSAUR TRUCK The hig truck is now like one of th old dinosaurs). rushes ahout. not quito I motor heart.e to the homo of hor par fitted to Its surroundings, and unable to cuts at Barre. continue existence long unlets pome adap-1 tntlon Is made. The difference between Frrd Ulonrnenn the old monster and the modern motoi truck Is that the dinosaur had to adapt himself to his environment, whereas the truck's environment will hnvo to charge. And as man Is engineering the truck's struggle for existence, the necessary ch-inies In roadwa3 will of course come e-venaually. Right now, however, only one mile out day following an operation fori When they reached once more, the shelter tumor. The bo.ly was removed to the I of their von- own rooftree I funeral parlors of Corbln. Fryo They were satisfied to be there, ' Morin and Monday war taken by! Although humble it might be, "And I'm thankful." Jones exploded To relieve a fretful string. "Tills ere change we've been enjoying "Isn't any regular thing." Fred Letourneau of Forest avenue, Georgia White In Spring(eld Reporter. i.ajiCMoe. men Tucsriay morning after tho oommlssioneie of '.he estate who dis- allowed the claim of Dr. Jcnnc for son' ices rendered. I l.ori'tta Hughe.1 v.i. Edward A. Hughes, nf to hundred of our rural roads Is built a painter. They wore married in ifo). Thoy have lived apart since December, 1315, according i.o tho petition, which alleges that, although Hucher Is a puJntai and earns good pay. h. rfuses tr up port either hia wife or three minor chil dren. The Petition atks for alimony and a'orny:-. feu.. Rdward J. Montgomery of St. Albans, who gavo his occupation u trainman, riled Bapere in bankruptcy yesterday in tho office, of the clerk of the United States Court. Montgomery stai.wl that ho had" no money or property, i-cuid not pay even the bankruptcy rear, and .-ik.'-c-iJ I A iarge auto trucJc labelled from to be excused from even paylu-c that i G-rceley Colo excited uulto r little com aaonnt His liabUiti were fuM, most, meat In Bnrllngt.jn Monday aftrT.oon of which represented bills owing to , 'I "-as occupit-d by George, Strube and CTOcors, doctors and an undertaker. Hit. family and Edward Stamen and family, assctH were given nn $2rW, made up of both of Grr-uley. They had Vep op trio cl?!hlng and house.hold proporty road for JB days and had corv.red over . .v. n"-!,;fl- They were passing through .vI..h..reItl, r.:,?lt:'')'!l" thotr way to Ticnnderoga. iy. . joJ.in jv. rvi;..w, l'e N. V.. lo Vnnfr.-.l TI,.,- ..1,1. WAI ?hft--e tnr- rt I .. .-.J . .. . 1 , J " ...... iitj Litj, lurtiu IML'A to Burllnt-tou and thnce tr. Ausab'le dayi. After that they in that citv. suffeHo fr'om a dislocation ' Th'.5' ftsp?t. 111 T hom" .v. v.' ' V:" -a U1....1 1 temper. mt hire t'l.vi last winter and who l:non at the "fighting chapHiu" of the Tenty-se,venth Division, was scrl"UK5' ! Chastn for a 'ob Injured In an automobile accident In St. I ...j., ,,,., A j . o. start on the 1 tttjnrlen. The car in which he was riding nlnck an electric, light polo with such force that the polo was broken, Father Kelley -as thrown oiu 'it the car a dis tance of several trr.L TSto N-ivy League, which was very active during the war and did much good work with io Burlinston branch ia this city, haj; prscttcully ceased to exist, although the. .iharter has not yet been surrendered and no fonnnl action along that lino has been considered. At the last meeting of the board of direc tors, it was voted to take the money which remained In tho treasury of tho Burlington branch and to devote it to tho care of French orphans. It Is thought that enough money remained to care ;wr two i-nnuroii. MUAKKn imii.nuiPitr I " Mir.. Ellen M. Oyr Smltli, the well (From the Philadelphia Record) tuowa -uth":,0 a 6Crlf f rclln8 b,0lB Pple are on the outs It doesn't for inwrrnodla.t.i rrnd. whoso death , improve matters to rub It In. occurred on Sunday .u Flatbutsh, Long i Kverv man in hi. i.h r. . Uland, was the .i.tcr of Miss Lucy E. j laundrymTn mav v ' Cyr ot this1 city, 'x-acher of French In the I (n tne f(r,, The man ho is his own worst enemy la up against it. He never seems to get square. You never can tell, Many a girl wim Stanton was formerly of Ticondcrora, but noirl to Colorado i.bout flvti years age for hw lioilth. Slr.' Ieav. ins home tho party has not ratcn a meal in a hotel or restaurant, but have pre pared an tln.tr own meals and have rlept out of doors every night. Their truck, a large mi Cadillac, upon which they havo built a body ipcx-lally for the pur poses of their Gyps;- stylo of traveling, has been run over 2D0.M) mites, and has been In nearly all of the States of the Union. When tnavoling it carries a load of approximately B.fiOO pounds. . Tho party wan very well satisfied with what they had seen of Vermont roads, and said that they compared very favorably with those of the other States that they had passed through. fclch hChCH.l, Miss Cyr, Who has beep I upending her vatutinn at Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard, Mass., went to Flat bush and will ,u:ix:upany tlio body to K'jtland to-day for the Interment Mrs, toith'B husband ia Rutd I, Smith, also ?ji author, and nUht city editor of tho Kcw York WorM. rseforo talon final adjournment Mon day In Chiltundon County Court, ,IudE Fish announced his decree In tho divorce, case of May E, Ave-rill vs. Dr Charles A Averlll. A divorce Is granted on the grounds of intolerable severity and all Itson? amount! nr to about T7.0Q0 is given to be dreamy eyes ha proven herself very wiuo awako, Var to tho knife may merely mean that .vlicn one woman Is dressed to kill thu other woman look daggers at her- Theio is wood In all things, Perhaps tho financial strength of a country is due to the fact that a fool and his money aro soon parted, FIIEK PRESS WANT AD VAX BEST to earn- heavy traffic, and tho steady In creases of heavy vehicles have been seri ously dfstruc'lvc to our light roads. We started out in this country hy build Ins corduroy roads of logs and dirt for horseback riders, and when we. outgrew those, we used macadam, which was per-ft-ctl satisfactory xuntll automobiles came along nnd -ook aJI the dnst out of the macadam leaving the sharp rtnncs ban. Now, ovtjr half the roads planned arc concrete and a good many others are to be asphalt and brick, all atrong enough, if propcrl" tles.lFtM'd and kept In repair, to hold up any kind of p.-nsent day traffic. The Bureau r.f publi-j Uoiis has for some time been making to-ts to show how various types of road withstand heavy Impact Slab-4 of different kindi of road were built at the Arlington exinv'.mcnt station and by ure of spucial npp.i-ra.tus the resistance of each slab Is .-vccurately figured. The bureau also wrote to highway en gineers all over the country asking fot sarr.plea of road surface and subsoil from highways which have -aveJed. and other samples showing satisfactory road m!Uc.r. lala Slabs sent in wer to bo .iccompsr.i ed by information to show the klndi of traffic hauled over the roads and the ex tent to which they wore, kept In repair. From their own test? and data the bu reau win Via able more dcflnltcJy than ever to assist highway commissions In selecting the right Kind of roads for their communities, Engineers of the Bureau of Public Roads say that not cnoush sclenco has been applied to road building. Maca dam road In one section of a State proves durable. Therefore, when a road is to be laid in another county, macadam is dr. tided upon, regardless of local conditions. An entirely different kind of road struc ture, lr needed over a randy subsoil, for Instance, from that sultahln over a gravel bed. Locality, too, has a good deal to do tvlth the type of road needed, Around large cities where heavy motor trucks make hauls fifty miles or more out, a dirt road would he torn up In no time Whereas out in the Rocky Mountains, dllt roads are In many districts well adapted to the class of traffic. But almost everywhere heavier roads are coming to he necessary, and while they aro two or three times as expensive as macadam or clay roads they are ccmomlcal in tho long run. A concrete road now costs from JWkki to tM.nod.a mile, which is 75 per cent more than It cost before the World War, At that, rondt have pot gone up ho much as some other necessities. Heavy traffic and a great Increase in the volume of business are putting an illness of six months with heart die- ease, aged 33 years. He Is survived by his stepfather and his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garno; by two brothers, David and Leon Letourneau: by a Ftephrother. Peter Garno; and by five stepsisters. Mrs. Fred Upton, Florcda. Theodora, Leonora and Rosealam Garno. Ctiarlra M. Vaoaenr The body of Charles Maximo Vasscur, who was drowned in Kendrick Pond. PIttsford. on Sunday was brought to Rurllngftm Tuesday and the funeral was held at St. Joseph's Church at nine o'clock yesterday morning, with burial In Mt Calvary cemetery Mr. Vasseur. with his wife and five chil dren and a friend, L, P Dutell, all of Prttsrord, went on a picnic and fishing trip Sunday. Mrs. Vasseur and Mr. Dutelle were picking up the things preparatory to go and Mr. Vasseur was ! flshlntr off a ledge six feet above the water Suddenly they head him yell and . I looked up to see him struggling In the wsacr, Mr. Dnteiie got a boat and went to nim as soon as possible but he had ' gone down for the third time and It was' impossible to save him. It is thought that the part of the ledge on which he was setting gavo way, letting him down. The body was recovered Monday noon. Fred 11, Hoot Fred H. Reot died at the. home of his sister, Mrs. E. B, Beers of Charlotte fol lowing a stroke of paralysis last Satur day wnlle on his way to the postofflce, from which he never regained conscioii'n ncss He was in his 70th year and is sur vived by one sister, Mrs. E. B Beers with whom he ItvM, two brothers. George H of Worcester. Mass., Casslus P., of Springfield, Maes. The funeral will be held at his late homo Friday at two o'clock, standard time, with Interment In the family lot. YOUNG VOTERS MEET AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost ret. Cleveland W 33 Now York fi! 31 ,w! Chicago .v M .fi)7 Washington ' n .m St Louie 47 .47 1 Boston 40 n .44 ' Pctrolt 33 S7 ,,'Wi Philadelphia sr .37 j Cox ProKTrt vr Democratic Clnb Or ganized with Barking of Party header With Vernon A. Bullard. United States attorney as the principal speaker laying the records of Governor Cox and the par ty he represents before half a hundred of the younger voters of Burlington and vl- I cinlty. the "Cox Progressive Democratic Club" was formerly organized last eve ning at the New Sherwood Hotel. With an executive committee consisting of Leo J. Casey, chairman, Attorney Joseph A. Mc Namara, Lawrence Killlck, Donald Carty and James R, Jennings, The new organization, which has the endorsement of the State Democratic com mittee, Democratic National Committee man Frank Duffy of Rutland, Democratic candidate for governor. Fred C. Martin of Bennington, and scorer, of loading bus iness "apd professional men throughout the State was organized by the younger voters of Burlington. Word has already been sent to Governor Cox of the found ing of the club and Its purpose. It Is the intention of the executive com mittee to make an active drive for mem bers, and within a week or so the club will start organizing In all parts of the State .embracing not only the younger voters, but all thoe who are supporting Cox and his party The Democratic, candidate for gevernor. Fred C. Martin of Bennington, will prob ably be one of the first speakers who will address the new organization, It Is plan ned to have a luncheon at the New Slier wood In the near future, The members of the executive commit tee, who were the unanimous choice, of the meeting last ei cnlng. were picked from the younger voters at the suggestion of the older members of the party sup porting Governor Cox for the presidency. All of the committee sen-oil In the World War, with two feeing overseas service, Mr. Killlck was nn aviator in the army for 17 months, while Carty and Mr-Nam-ara were In the thick of the fighting in France. Within a wee.k the club will hold anoth er meeting after the executive commit, tee. has been In conference with the State C9ILI Sheets, Tillow Cases, Towels and Cottons 1 at July Sale Trices ! It's an assured fact these prires cannot be duplicated for months to come, so you will find it profitable to supply your needs before this sale ends. Towels HUCK TOWELS 25c EA. Size 17x33, made of good weight cotton huck. HUCK TOWELS 35c, 3 FOR S1.00 This is an ex traordinary value. Size is 18x36, heavy absoi'bent qual ity and worth 50c each. HALF LINEN HUCK TOWELS 30c Hemstitched ends, size 18x36, all have damask borders, actual value 65c each. BATH TOWELS tSc EACH This town) has tho corded weave that outwears any towel made. Size is 20x40 and a regular 75c value. BATH TOWEIeS SOr Extra large 25x1.6. towel and worth 85c each. A splendid Crashes 5 YARDS FOR $1.25Heavy Bleached Cotton Crash, very durable, best 30c crash. 5 YARDS FOR 81.45 Half linen and our regular 35c value. n YARDS FOR S1.75 This is a heavier half linen crash and very durable,, regular price 42c yard. 5 YARDS FOR $1.75 All linen heavy quality and cheap at 50c yard. Sheets AT $1.98 EACH Bleached cotton sheets, 81x90, good quality, value $2.65. AT 82.25 EACH Size 81x90, made of heavy bleached cotton, value $2.85. AT $2.59 EACH Extra long sheets, 81x99. A very popular size at a very low price, value $3.00. PILLOW TUBING 58c YARD This is the 45 inch tub ing of best bleached cotton, value 72c yard. Long Cloth and Nainsooks JAPANESE NAINSOOK $5.75 PIECE 10 yards to a piece, beautiful quality and worth $6.90 piece. NAINSOOK $6.75 PIECE 12 yards to a piece and ac tually worth $8.98. NAINSOOK 58c YARD 40 in. wide, flesh and white, fine quality, value 75c yard. LONG CLOTH 5 YARDS FOR $1.7536 in. wide, soft finish, excellent quality, best 50c value. Remnants in Wash Fabrics 29c and 49c yard This is a still greater reduction to quickly sell every short length of dress cottons in our stocks. Most desirable lengths, 2 to 8 yards in Voiles, Ginghams, White Goods, in fact everything in wash fabrics sell ing regularly at 59c to $1.25 yard. GOOD COWS IN WATERBURY WAITSZIELD ASSOCIATION Durinp the month ending June 20 four hundred and fifty-five cows were tested In the Waterbury-Waltsfleld association. Of this number ."3 were "quality cows." A few unprofitable cows were sold, several members pur chased pure-bred stock of different breeds, and one new herd entered the aa soclatlon during the month. M H. Moody of Waterbury has a three-year-old cow producing the greatest amount of fat during the month. His registered Guernsey cow, Nannette Daughter of Swan Elms' Farm, produced SS.5 pounds of fat. The largest amount of milk was produced by the registered Holsteln cow Rag Apple Helen, owned by the Vermont State hospital. She produced 169ff pounds of milk and 55.9 pounds of fat during the month. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pet. Brooklyn Cincinnati ... Plttsburr Chicago New York ... St Louis Boston Philadelphia M 4D W r 14 37 3fi A DOUBLE TRAGEDY Husband "You told me to buy tome- Owner, 'ime er Nnmber of Cow. S H Strong. No. 7 W. C. Norcross, Helen W. C. Norcross, Dewey , W. C. Norcross. Rena W, J. Graves, No 3 !G. M. Wood & Son No. 3 M. H. Moodv, Voldessa M. H. Moody, lona .' M. H. Moody. Belles Girl M. H. Moody, Emily M. H. Moody, Nannette S. W. Guptll. No, 23 S. W. Guptll, No. ,"Ji S. W. Guptll. No. 21 Mrs. W. L. Wasson. No. 2 BIrs. W. L. Wasson, No. 17 Mrs, W, L. Wasson, No. 7 Vt State Hosp., R. A. Nett Vt. State Honp.. Veed R. A. D. K. . Vt. State Hosp., Dellle D. K Vt. State Hosp., Nettles Ids Lady ... Vt State Hosp., Water Lady U. A. . VL State Hosp., Mystel R. A. D. K. . Vt. State Hosp., Waterbury R. A Id. Vt. State Hosp.. Water R. A. K. N. . Vt. StaU Hosp., V, B. Josephine ... Vt. State Hosp,, Jennie P. H. A. ... Vt. State Hosp.. R. A, Helen Vt. State Hosp., Water Id D. K Breed of Cow, fnnndi .Milk. Per Cent. of Fat. Pound 40 ,575 .557 , 43 .53 . IS ..VO 41 ..TPS t-S .478 M .44(1 H3 .401 sale and Is ,. Cq UA.n Von T?w,r f T.- thing for you on my way from the office ' j- "'" -"" '" ' jj but I couldn't 'remember what It was." ta-te Hosp.. Jennie. -R. A. D, K Wife (bursting into tears) "It lr too late now; neither can I." Boston Globe-. th Items you iieet. He Is telling all about It In toaar ve you itQ itj KEEP VP TO TOH MARK Good health Is Impossible1 when the kid neys are weak, overworked or diseased. When they fall to filter out of the blood the poisons and Impurities that cause sore and swollen muscles; and Joints, backaohe, rheumatic pains, take Foley Kidney Pills to give the help they need. J. W. O'Sul livan, 30 Church St-Adv. Vt. State Hosp.. Idreno Prin. 2nd, KARL R. MANNING, official tester. G. S. 113S 4.1 18.7 G. J. Sll 5 3 43.3 G. J. Ptt 4.5 42.7 G. J. 741 S.fi 41 T G. J. 7M fid 45 3 G. J. 741 5 41 S R. G. 012 5 51.1 R. G. 1311 4.1 43.1 R. G. 1147 4 4 .W.I R, G. fiTO 4.4 43.f R. G, 112, 5.2 5-5.1 G. H, llv? 3.(1 3o.il G. H. 1015 14 4S.J G. H. 1013 3 4 311 R. 11. 101". 3 3 .U G. H. mi 3 0 32(1 It, H. 1013 3.1 31 4 R. It, 100 .to 371 R. H. 10V5 3 0 31 1 R. 11. 1023 3.3 "2J R. H. 105.5 3 1 - 3i R, H. 1037 3 3 33 3 R. II. 1023 .3' 2 35.3 R. H. Ki7 3 3 33 1 R. H. 100? 3 2 35 1 n.v.11. 1017 3 5 36.3 R. H. 1104 3 4 37 5 R. H. 1W 3.3 55.9 R. H. 1150 3 0 .34 R. H. U? S" 33. S R. H. 141S 3.1 44 0 R. H. 1220 3.3 40.4 A DISSIMILARITY "Love," said the ready-made phllosi ophtr, "ks a lottery." "I can't sec It that way," commented Miss Cayenne. "A lottery never leaves so many people In doubt as to whether they have won or lost." Washington Stat;. ADVICE "This heat will surely kill me." cried The bloated profiteer. "Oh, try" to live," his victim said, "You're so much cooler here." Boston . Transcript kiu:i: press w'A.vr ads pay deijc t