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JTHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from pane three) visited their aunt, Mrs. t R. Gale, this week left Saf;day for her home In Cleveland, O. Mies Alice 'Magoon Is at the Fanny Allen Hospital for an opera tion for appendicitis. The body of Miss Amy Shonlo who was found dead at Johnson Tuesday after noon was brought here Wednesday after noon. The burial was made In the River Bank cemetery where a short prayer serv ice was held. Among those called hero by Mt&s Shonlo's burial, was her sister, Mrs. Ernest Robinson of Waterbury Center. Miss Shonlo was the daughter of M. .1. Shonlo of Stowe and leaves besides her father, three sisters, Mrs. Hrnost Robin son of Waterbury Center, Mrs. Howard Whlttemoro and Miss Ada Shonlo of Stowe and a hrother, Arnold B. Shonlo of Waterbury. She had always lived In Stowe until going to .lohnson a year ago. Charles W. Pandborn of Stowe and Miss Julia Howe of Magog, P. Q., were married Wednesday morning, August 4 by the Rev. P H. Bolvln at tho Catholic Church In Morrlsvllle. The double ring service was used and was followed by mass. The couple were attended by Er nest Sandborn as best man and Miss Gladys Camley ns bridesmaid. The brldo wore a gown of white georgette, trimmed with lace and beads over white satin, a.nd a veil and carried flowers. The bridesmaid wore while crepe de chine. Among- the relatives and friends from Stowe who attended the wedding were Mrs. O A Sanborn, Mrs. U. B. Oale, Mr. ajid Mr' lohn Peffln, Mr. and Mr. Bour.haul Ambrose McManls and brother from S'o?o Mr and Mrs. Ernest Fnss of Morrlsvllle and the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Warrop Howe of Magog, P. Q Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn will reside at Mr. Sanborn's farm on Wet Branch. H. B. Shaw. P I'". Smith. C O. Burt and Gale H Shaw left Tuesday by auto mobile on an InT'ting tour to Corinth, Orltans. Newpor' and other Vermont towns where there are hard wood work ins plants, with the manufacture, of bob bins especially in view. Mrs. Addle Har ris of Springfield. Mass.. Is visiting her sister-in-law. Ml Ida Harris. Another sister-in-law, Mrs. Lllla Slay tor, has re turned to Woodstock after visiting Miss Harris and other Stowe relatives. The Stowe Military band will Rive a sacred concert at the bandstand on School street at 3:30 o'clock Sunda afternoon. The American Lesion dance announced for this evening has been cancelled. Some spectment of the purple-fringed orchids contributed to the wild tlower exhibit In the rubllo reading room are of unusual size, several of them belnR 3n Inches tall Mid the blossoming spike ten Inches long. Mlts Rena Buron Is recovering from diphtheria at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Buron, on Main street. -Mr. and Mrs O. S. McAllister have re turned from North Hyde Park, where tiey have visited their son, Don S. Mc Allister, and family. Hr and Mrs. Lewis McCarthy, who have returned to their home in Maiden, Mass., after visiting (lie doctor's brothers. Fred and Frank Mc Carthy, were accompanied by Mrs. Fred McCarthy and son, Frederic, the latter Solng to have an operation. Three cows have die's and others are sick in the fine herd of registered Ayrshire owned by Fred McCarthy at his farm In West Branch. Miss Alice Magoon is doing as well i can be expected after an operation Saturday at the. Fanny Allen hospital for acute appendicitis. Her mother, Mrs. A. J. Magoon, returned from Wlnooskl Monday. Miss Evelyn Clark was Riven a party In honor of 'her 13th birthday at the home of her sister, Mis. Harvey Burns, on West Branch, Saturday eve ning:. Twenty of hor friends were pres ent. Refreshments were served and some nice sifts were bestowed upon the young ruest of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Pratt vUlted their daughter, Mrs. A. A. Rich ardson, In Hard wick over Sunday. Miss Flora Marshall of CambrldRe. Mass., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Marshall, at Moscow. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hallerman returned Tuesday to Oswego, K. T., after visiting at the home of Mrs. C. E. McCuen in Stown Hollow Editor and Mrs. Frank L. Howe and son of Ben ninyton are guests at Lake Mansfield. WATERVILLE Mrs. Phlla. A. Stebblns and friend. Miss Edith Andrews of Springfield, Mass., are guests of the Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Rogers. John Trombly and Miss Cecil Locke were, married Wednesday evening, July 2? at the parsonage by the Rev. B. L. Ropers. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Dow of St. Johnsbury were In town last week. The Cemetery association will meet at the hall Friday afternoon with Mr. IMIth Morgan and Mrs. Hattlo Stearns. Erwin Anderson and Aldan Miller of St. Albans are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Laraway. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Laraway are camping at Franklin. B. F. Beard is visiting relatives In Boston. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Laughlln and daughter visited in St. Alh.ins last week. Don't Throw Away Broken Machine Parts! By our Oxi-Actelylene welding process we can weld broken machine? parts of iron, steel or brass, broken tools, stove parts making them as strong and good as new at only a frac tion of the cost of new ones. Let us mend your broken ma chinery and keep down the cost. We have added new equipment to our welding department and are in better position than ever to give you prompt service and entire satisfaction. There is practically nothing we cannot do in the Oxi-Acetylene welding line. IDEAL GARAGE Oxi-Acetylene Welding Dept 127 S. Winooski Ave., Burlington. P. S. Mail orders given prompt attention. A daughter, Grace Eleanor, wag born July 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams who live on a farm out a. few miles. Mrs, Martha Hall of Boston was In town over Sunday at tho home of Mr. and Mrs, W. S. S. Buck to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lekand Hall. All left Monday morning, the latter for their homeward journey to ChlcaRo and tfio latter accompanied them ns far as Bennington, V. A. George, who was called from California to attend the funeral of his eldest daughter, In waan and friends from Tnmpa. FU., Mr. and Mrs, ft, .r. Perry nf Worcester, Mass,, .Mr, and Mrs, .1. P.. Kendall and daugh ter from Oakdale, OnL Mrs. Grace Mngoon and Lelia Melvin have been off duty at tho veneer mill for several days. -Mi. and Mrs. R. C. Stafford and son, Charles, were Waterbury visitors Thurs dayMr. and Mrs. C. II. Itaymore and family have returned home from a several weeks' stay In camp at the Morse-Ray-more cottage, Hlghgnte Springs. Mr. and .Mrs. S. P. Pln-ey have gonn to York Beach, Mo., where they will spend some time. O. W. StjRles i a business visitor in New Vork.- Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Downer of Sharon visited friends In town last week. Mrs Fannie H Blckford and daughter. Miss Marjorle, and Ml and Mrs. F. M. Smith of Philadelphia, are in camp at tho Waterman cottage. Hlmorn.-Mlss Carrie L. Powers went Sunday to the Mary Fletcher hospital, Burlington, for treat ment. Mr. and Mrs. C. C B.itchelder and Mrs. Mary Bedill of Sheldon spent Sun day In town, Miss Allie Boardman of Burlington spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Boardman, Mr. and Mrs. George Lavarnway and Mrs. Elizabeth Munson wnit by auto to Mover.", X. v., remaining until Tuesday with friends, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Joyce of Waterbury and .Miss Blanch Lavarn way, spent Sunday in Plattsburg, X. Y buildings. Frank Boycc, who has been In poor health for the past year, died Monday with pneumonia. His wife re turned from the hospital Saturday. .TEFFERSONVILLE The summer boarders who have, been at The Hemlocks are returning to thlr homes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett and daughtor, Edith, returned to New Haven. Conn., Friday Harold Elmer Smith to his homo In Hartford, Conn.. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Barlow, son, Gerald, and daughter. Doris, and Cameron Houeh to Montreal Sunday. Mr. Hough and son. Bert, and Mr, Strand of Montreal motored here to spend feunday nt The Hemlocks. Mrs Delia Rousseau and son, Walter, are visiting at Grand Isle, Walter being laid up with a sprained ankle Victor Bean has returned to his home In Wlnoo skl. Mrs. Pearl Brown and son, Clement, returned to their borne In St. Albans Sat lurday. Swafford's company, which showed ! In town all last week, will leave for Waterbury to-day. C. S Ingalls of Un derbill was in town Saturday, selling nursery stock. A. D. Rugg got badly bruised Friday by his automobile. Word has been received of the death of Mrs. J. W Green at Lodi, Callf.-Tho .T. C. A. meeting was held at Mrs. W. G Lease's. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. C Edwards spent Sunday at her daughters pass n few days with friends neiore re turning to his homo. His daughter, Miss i Floience George, also went to Washing ton to the funeral of her sister, Mr. and I Mrs. George left one year ago for To vlna, Calif,, where they are now estab lished and enjoying llfe.-Mrs. Myrtls Chamherlln and mother, Mrs. Waldbrldge, . went to Sharon Wednesday for a few days with relatlves.-Mr. and Mrs. Louis Phil brook will arrive here Friday to begin their rehearsals for "The Hose Girl," which Is to be given the 19th and 20th of this month in tho Music hall.-Mrs. J, L. Manning Hnd daughter, Miss Mary Manning, were guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harlow, leaving Wed nesday for their home. Mr. and Mrs, .1. L. Glbney, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stehle Monday, have gone to New Haven, Conn., for a short stay before returning to Detroit. Mich. Passenger traffic was resumed Tiipsrlnv nlpht. the track having I been cleared of Its obstruction, caused by the wreck at Northfleld. The trains ran that evening and the mall was again re ceived. Dr. Beecher of Burlington has been summoned to counsel with the local physicians In the case of N. C. Buck, who remains about the same. Miss Mary Wedgwood employed in the library at New Haven, Conn., Is passing her vaca tion from her work here with her mother, Mrs. W F. Wedgwood. A wreck at Northfleld on the railroad caused the first train from tho south to bo cancelled on Tuesday, and the train was sent around by the way of the Wells River road, causing a delay In the mall and passenger traffic as well. Mrs. Wil liam Langdon and Mrs. Clara Prince have returned from camp at Mascoma Lake, and Mn. Langdon will remain for a time here with Mrs. Prince. Mr. Langdon was called to report at Camp Henrv In the west, and if he should remain long Mrs. Langdon will Join him. ' Sword fish, tb Miss Hazel Wright of Essex Junction, Isl'" Fnderhlll. -Mr. and Mrs. William Rcy spendlng the week with 'Miss Muriel i nobis of Bakerstleld have been visiting Smith. A telephone has bren Installed In, relatives here. Dr. and Mrs. .1. II. Bean the Red Cros Health Headquarters, the!nni1 H A- "nwley and faml! are In number Is i3-2.-Mrs. Ervin Davidson and' mp t Hlgbgate Springs. -Marcella little daughter. Marguerite, of Northfleld I ''"ry of Camhildge was a guest of Aleath are visiting their aunt. Mrs. Dan Luce, ! Reynolds SundayClayton Cornell of and other relatives in town Aaron Mor-1 Mornsvnio was ni us jamers summy.- Hll. !t.li-Hi. Wnrron anr! r.-ni-Mt Thnmn.l Ur OHtl Ol ourimglOn WHS in lown son of Burlington were over Sunday CAMBRIDGE Miss Rena Merrill of Morrlsvllle has been the guests of Miss Marjorle Newton this week. Mrs. Vernon Torrance spent Monday and Tuesday in Burlington tho guest of Mrs. A. R. Labounty. W. .V. Lane and Son real estates dealers have told for Mrs. Maria Labounty the resi dence at Riverside to inland Leach of Fletcher. Mrs. Lenus Leavens was a visitor in Burlington Monday Mrs. Jennie Fulllngton of Johnson was a visitor at Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. Gates Tues day. Miss Ruth Chandler is, confined to her home by Illness this week Mrs. Smart of Boston Is visiting her sister, Mrs, Eugene Blanchard. BELVIDERE CENTER Mre. Grace Chandler and two children S :r, -urged to be present-Mrs. Fannie Oenge. rw6 daughters of Long Island are visit visitors In town Henry Hanley nf Mont- peller was In town over the week-end Miss Edith Stewart resumed her duties! In the Citizen Tel Co.'s office after a two' weeks vacation Miss Doris Graves toll operator In the oftlce of the Citizen Tele phone Co., Is enjoying a three week's vaca tionMr. and Mrs. A. N. Campbell and daughter. Miss Madeline, of Centervlllc, Mr. and Mrs. E. M Davis and daughter. Miss Gertrude Davis, of Hardwick and .Too Hopkins of St. Johnsbury were Sun day visitors at the W. S. Towne home Harold Taylor of St. Johnsbury Is spend ing a vacation with his parents here Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wright of Brookline, Mass., have been guests for a few days of Mis. Wright's aunt, Mrs. G. M. Powers Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walte and family have returned home from a three week's stay In camp at Hlgbgate Springs. Miss Virginia Weakly and Miss Eleanor Leach of Washington, D. C, who arc spending KOmo time at Lake Mansfield, have been guests for several days of .Mrs G. M. Powers Miss Alice Goddard has gone to Oak Bluffs, Mass., for a visit at the home of her uncle, J. Darling. Mrs. Alice Mollis of Scltuato Center. Mass., who has been spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. 1. Amsden, visited relatives and friends in Montpcller and Waterbury a part of last week George G. Morse and fam ily and their guests leave to-day for Hlghgatc Springs, where thoy will spend some time In camp. Mrs. llowpls Fro. chettc, who has been spending a couple of weeks at the T. 15. Kills home, ha.s left for her home In Ottawa. Mrs. E. E. Pearson, who has been spending Min! time at tho home of her brother, T. B Ellis, will go to-morrow to St, Albans for a short stay before going to her home In Ottawa Mrs. William Walker and Mrs. Jack Morln and daughter, Doris, of New York, are visiting at Henry W.Ute's and has friends in Burlington Wendall Gage has completed his duties In the store of Tupp and Saunders and has returned to his home in Craftsbury Mrs. W. H. Towne went this morning to Burlington for a two days' stay Mr. and Mrs. R. M Banker have sold to E. W. Terrlll and wife their farm, formerly known ah the Munson place. In the transaction, the Bankers took the residence recently pur chased by the Terrlll's on Babun avenue. Possession in both cases was given last Monday Mrs, G. E. Smith, who has been receiving treatment at tho Mary Fletcher Hospital, for several weeks, re turned home yesterday Next Monday evening will occur the regular meeting of tho W R. C. at tho G. A. R. hall. This is tho only meeting to be held during the month of August and all officers are Sunday. -The G. D. Grlswold Inc., are adding a dressing mill to their plant near the station Leonard Waldo returned Monday evening from Haddam, Conn. HYDE PARK H. c" Fisk has received notice of the death of his cousin, the. Hon. Charles Gleed, which occurred at Tope ka last Sunday. Mr. Gleed was a son of the late Thomas Gleed of Morrisvtlle. and was a prominent railroad attorney and also interested In telephone affairs. He always retained warm affection for Lamoille county, his native place, Mor rlsvllle as well as the State of Vermont. A cablegram ho been received from Miss Alice Pace, announcing her arrival in the Philippine Islands with the Con gressional party. THE BURLINGTON MARKETS ' Urop In PHw of Potatoes Mont T.n- ronrnnlnsr FVntnrr ot Week Wednesday, August 4, 1020, Spuds are, surely coming down In prlco rapidly, being quoted to-day nt JI per peck. When one considers tnat In about two weeks the price has dropped from Jl.M, tho extent of the drop looms large, Green corn Is In the market, but not very plentiful ai, regards the golden bantam, which Is celling for 40 cents a dozen ears. The white corn Is plentiful and Is selling for 55 cents. In the. fruits, raspberries, which arc said to be scarce, aro selling to-day for 4.1 and .V) cents per hasket. Blueberries arc 30 and 32 cents. Apples, (transparcnts) are selling two pounds for 23 cents, In tho retail fish and seafoods, sword fish, selling at 4i cents, Is the only change to note this week. In the meats, one finds veal chops t1) cents ,veal steak 61 cents: fresh broilers, 7,1 cents; roast beef, 00 cents, WHOLESALE PRICES Beef, dressed, tb 183.27 Butter, lb .62 Eggs, fresh, doz ..V) Hogs, m .--u Lamb, lb 3S.37 Lard, tb .2S RETAIL GROCERIES Butter, creamery separator ,, .70 Xew cabbage, lb .19 Carrots, new, bunch ,'?. celery uuncn jyn.vi Cucumbers, home-grown, eacn .ww.us Eggs, fresh, doz 60"i,' Eggplant, each 250 .40 Flour, bread, sack J2.21 Flour, pastry, sack 12.10 Garlic, lb , .30 Lettuce, Boston ball, head .20 Maple sugar, lb t(Vij.." Maple syrup, gal I3 0WJ3.5O Mushroom, lb H.00 Mint, fresh, bunch .13 Oats, rolled .07 Oleomargarine, tb 3M.45 Olive oil, gallon $5.008 00 Parsley, hunch .05 Peppers, green, each Mn.fl? Home-grown potatoes, peck ... J1.00 llnrlKlinu. hunch An Rice. Ib 20 Rluiharh, home-grown, tb .05 Spinach, pk .70 Sugar, granulated, tb 23fl.26 Tomatoes, home-grown, lb .23 Turnips, bunch .10 Watercress, bunch .20 FISH AND SEAFOODS Orange County RANDOLPH A delightful meeting of Col. Israel Con verse Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, was held at the home of Miss Elizabeth Holden at Randolph Center Saturday afternoon. Fifteen members were present and the following guests: Mrs. Thomas Fitch of Chicago, Miss Blodgett of Springfield, Mass.. Mrs. Imma. .1. Clark and Miss Welch and Mrs. How ard oC Detroit, Mrs. Fletcher of Lowell, 1 Mass., Mrs. Josephine Shurtleff of Phlla delphia, Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Edson of 1 Randolph Center and Mrs. Brltton, wife ot Dr. Britton, of Randolph. The pro I gram which was to have bcene given at I Ihe May meeotlnR was given, consisting of a report of the Congress convened In Washington, D. ('.. last April by Mrs. ' H. J. Richmond and "When and How to ! Display Our Flag" by Mrs. Ruth Scott 1 Chambers. In addition to this, the guests Mrs. .Mary Holbrook has been steadily falling for several weeks and Is now confined to her bed and In a serious condition Mrs. Alice Rumrill ncnt to Barre Monday to pass a few days with her sister, Mrs, B. H. Tenney, who resides there. Mrs. Rumrill Is taking her two week' vacation from Bell Brothers' store -.Mrs Arthur Howard and two children of Rtirllngtoi after passing several days here with Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Howard and other relatives, returned Monday to theli home in Burlington Mrs. Susan Mor-f who has resided hero for a little, time, left Monday for North Dakota, where she went to pass a few weeks with her daughter Mrs. F. 5 Tolman and father. Mr. Conery, and Miss Concry and Theodore and Wcsyon Warrincr left Mon day for Bangor, X, Y where they will pass the month of August with relatives. .Mr. Tolman, after a few days, will join them there. During their absence, Mrs. Mabel Bonnet will remain at the home and look after the premises Mrs. F. A. Eaton and mother, Mrs. G. E. Cushman, '-ft Tuesday for Chicago, to Join their brother and son and after n short time will return with him by auto to this place, where he Is to pass a vacation of about a month Mrs. E. O. Blanchard, Mrs. Thomas Fitch and Mrs. Christine Bruco with the Infant child of Capt, and Mrs. Swctt leave this week for Portland, Me., to pass some time with Capt. and Mrs. tjwett. Mrs. Blanchard's house Is rented for the winter to Dr. and Mrs. Brltton, the former the dentist fo succeed the late Dr. Blanchard. RANDOLPH CENTER Ren Davis of New York City Is tak ing a two weeks' vacation and Is with his mother, Mrs. Emily Davis and sis ter, Mrs. Vie Edson. Mr. and Mrs. A. Palmer of Springfield. Mass., are with Miss Grace Conant and Mrs. W. F. Washburn for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boyos are in Waltsfield with tholr daughter. Mrs. William Graves. Miss Luclnda Varce went Tuesday to visit relatives in Warren. H. C. Gil bert went to the sanltorium Monday to have his fractured arm reset. The Vormont checker players club aro hav ing their summer outing at the Ran dolph House this week. Rural life conference held here opened Monday evening, July 26 and finished Friday evening, with an address by Kenyon L. Butterfleld. There were a number of speakers from different parts of the State. A good exlhlbltlon of boys' and girls' club work was given under the direction of State Leader E. L. Ingalls. .43 .21 .30 Cod. lb. Pike. lb. Cusk. lb Flounders, lb :1.1 Haddock, tb 13S.22 Eastern white halibut, tb .4.1 Lemonsole .IS Mackerel, lb .30 Pollock, tb .22 Rock cod. Ib .22 Soft shell claims, nt .13 1 Salmon, lb .60 RETAIL MEATS Bacon lb .6.1 Beef, roast, lb .30 Fresh broilers, lb .75 Chicken:., roasting, tb .so Ducks, Ib .41 Fowls, Ib .33 Geese, Ib .40 Ham, sliced, lb .7f Lamb chops, spring, tb ,70 Lamb, leg, tb :.. .3.1 Lamb, spring, forward quarter .35 Lard, leaf, lb .23 Pork chops, tb 359.45 Pork roast, tb 32'a.45 Salt pork, lb .23 Sausage, pork, lb .40 Steak, porterhouse, lb .70 Steak, sirloin, lb .63 Steak, lound. lb .3.1 Steak, veal, tb .61 Veal chops. Ib .Ml Turkeys, Ib .73 RETAIL FRUITS Almonds, lb .30 Bananas, doz 45.60 Cantaloupes, each lOfJ.3.1 California pears, doz .60 Blueberries, qt 30.32 Red bananas, doz .1.M Figs, 111 .60 Grapefruits, each 12H. .loft .20 Honcydew melons, each 75i$1.00 Lemons, doz V'a.S0 Peaches, doz 405 .SO Pineapples, each 3M.S3 Plums, doz 25S.50 Xuts. mixed, lb Wi.50 Oranges, California, doz 4"55 $1.00 Walnuts, m 4.1fi.D5 Raspberries, basket 4.11?.30 RETAIL GRAIXS Bran, cwt $3.01 Cornmeal. cwt $3.75 Corn, cracked, cwt. $3.75 Drymash, cwt $5.23 Feed, gluten, ton J5S.O0 Flour, bread, sack $2.05'3$4.00 Flour, pastry, sack $2A1?j-$4.e0 Hay. baled, cwt $2.00 Henfeed, cwt $4.73 Meal, cottonseed, cwt $3.7.1 Meal, cottonseed, ton $75.01 Mldllngs. cwt $3.50 Oats, bushel $1.21 Prbvcnder, Xo. I. cwt .$4.00 White middlings, cwt $4.00 Straw, baled, cwt $1.23 A. W. Walto's Miss Lillla Slayton I 1 ren , asf " , ' ' : been spending a couple of days wth Mrs Shurtleff ami Mrs. Barker gave two ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. O. Thomas Mrs. O. A. Lawrence, who has been ill for sometime and in a very seri ous condition, was taken to the Fanny Allen hospital for an operation Tuesday, The tent meetings closed Tuetday. The Rev. I. Archibald of Connecticut was tho evangelist and Miss Manning had charge of the singing. MORRISVILLE Mrs. Georgia Gilbert is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Fisher, of Wolcott, Mre. W. tv", Fairbanks has gone to Manchester, X. H for a week's stay with her mother, Mrs Titus Miss Glendora Churchill Is spending several days at the J, C. Benbon home In Stowe. Mrs. Net tle B. Law and John Stlle.s, who were caJled here, by the illness and death of their father, S. B. Brackett, returned to Mlddlebury Thursday. The Mlssea Jean Plnney and Elizabeth Powers were Bur lington visitors Thursday Miss H. A. Slayton and Miss Lillla Slayton were In Burlington Thursday Levi Munson and mother, Mrs. H, P, Munson, were visitors in Moretown Thursday Miss Alice Moore of Sioux City, Iowa, Is spending two weeka with her sister, Mrs, W W. Gil. bert. Wayne Eaton of Watertown, Mass., who la spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray and other relatives in town, is recovering from an attack of Mumps. Mr, and .Mrs. H, E, Dean ot St. Johnsbury, who have been spending a few clays with their daughter, Mrs, Harold Parker, returned home Thursday Mrs. Parker accompanied them for a few days' stay W. J. Hamel has returned to Manchester, X, H., after a business vlsl! In town. The following automobile par ties have visited at The Randall last week- A. S. Frost and family of Kala maaoo, Mich., T. D. Hobart and family has returned to her home In St. Johns- buiy after a visit to her slstor, Mrs. G. L. Bates Mrs. R. L. Barrows returned home Monday from a three weeks' visit to relatives In Soco and other points in Maine. JOHNSON t A Mrs Palmer who was stopping at Joseph O'Dells was found dead In bed Saturday morning Mr and Mrs. H, A, Barrows returned Saturday from camping with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrows of Barton Miss Amy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis, has gono to Xew Jer sey, where she has a position with her brother Lieut. Merle Davis H. H. Sher win was In St. Johnsbury Saturday Mrs. Emma Hinds was In Morrlsvllle Saturday. Mrs. Lodie "Veils has finished work at tho dormitory and returned to her home ln Morrlsvllle. Sarah House Is visiting at LTiaries tucnaros in .icnersonvuie airs. Mary Scrfbner left Saturday for Burling ton, where she started Sunday for Maiden, Mass., In company with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Hill, by auto Mr, and Mrs. 1 E. H. Fitzgerald left Tuesday for Lynn,' Mass., to visit their children for n week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whiting Baker of Montclalr, X. J are with his mother Mrs, Mattie Baker. A. B. Chapman and W. E. Tracy worn In Cambridge Thursday. Mrs. Frank Stewart has returned from the hos pltal Improved In health. H. M. Maxfleld and family were. In St. Albans Thursday calling on A. H, Buck, an old time resi dent of this town, who Is SS years old, Frank Miller and family were In Burling ton Saturday. D. A. Barrows started for Boston Sun day Mrs. Henry' Mudgett Is Visiting uer run, rren, in uuuann couiiiy, Robert, son of Lewis Marcey, and Mrs. Marcey of Boston, are visiting his parents. E. E. Holmes has purchased of Homer Kneeland the Fulllncton land, stock and vocal duets which wore much enjoyed and Mrs. Fletcher ot Lowell, Mass., gave a report of the chapters In Lowell, Mass., one nf which she was a member. Refresh ments wore served In the dining room. The next meeting will be held In August, the time and place to be announced later. The Misses Vcrnle and Etta Chamber lln, who have been In Rochester for a short stay, have returned to their home here.--.Mrs. W. W. Cae and Mrs. C. B. Hastings of West Springfield, Mass., were here las.t week to visit their aunt, Mrs. A. A. Priest Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spauld Ing and Clayton Boycc of Springfield, Mass., hnve been guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. L, Loomls for a few days. The Rev. F. S. Tolman left Monday for Boston to pass h-ome time and then go to northern Xew York for a stay with relatives, expecting to be absent through the month of August. Mrs. R. D. Harnes and Mrs. Gertrude Trlhble of Bristol, Conn., guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Catling for two weeks loft Monday for their home. Mrs. Clarencu Hull left for White River Junction Monday and after a visit there and in Lebanon, N. H., she will go to Tllton, X. H to visit relatives for a time. Miss Gladys Flint, daughter of Elijah Flint, has come from Boston to pass the time till September, Monday sho went to Lake Falrlce for a few days. Mrs. Margaret Wood of Washington, f). C. Is the guest of hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood, Another daugh ter, Mrs. Fred Attenborough, with hor little daughter has also been at the same homo for a few days, leaving1 horo Monday for her home, Miss Ethel Mayo, former resldont here, but now of NKW YORK LIVESTOCK Now York. Aus. 4. CATTLE Receipts 1,740. Lower. Steers SRft 1.1.10; bulls 7i3 10.50. rows $2.75 f! 10. CALVES Receipt. I'.AWl Barely Meartv. Veals 14W20. culls Jllftl.1; skim milk calves JS.JOSj 10; weetern $m.7.V? 13. SIIKKP AND LAMBS Receipt 7,300. I.ower. neep s.'iSjR.no; culle gL'.anify 4 year lings HW10; lambs SKfal.T. culls S75JS. HOGS Receipts 4.220 Steady. I.leht to medium wclchts fl".50fi 17,7" heavy noes jiB.ri08ii..i; pib mh.jo; rouuhs $14 XEW YORK GRAIN ANI PROriCCK Orleans County NEWPORT The three children of Mrs. G. W. Stewart at Camp Alfred were taken violently 111 Wednesday night with ptomaine poison-1 Ing. They were attended by Dr. F. D. Badger and are now convalescing Dr. Isaac Landman and his sister. Miss Eva Landman, arrived at Loch Lomond cot tage Friday morning from Xew York city. Frances, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ara Griggs Is staying at Camp Nestle- down. Mrs. Otto Ruppert and son, Farrcll, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. De.los Buck for several davs James Cavnatigh has been visiting .1. M. Cunningham at OM-. TTAfl1rA4. . v. : .. nJ r .... nlVw ;.,n " w" : ? : '",;:.. I'???': ". ' rnUlted sic. .- uoc. s.. 3:,OTc, 1-mures were ijuiet early and prices of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stewart, have re-1 were about 25 points lower owlns to tha turned to their home In Milford, Mass. easiness of the spot market and th unset- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Prouty motored to,'1 teeune "1 nnanciai circles. Boston taking with them Miss Agnes Bailey, who has been their guests for sev eral weeks. On their way home they will pick up Miss Eleanor Prouty, who has been at Camp Qulnnlbec, Foirlee, Hudson B. March. Hudson R.. Jr.. governess and , 30.00 303: two maids left Monday for Orange, X. J,, la" -',-77 New York. Aug. -I. WHEAT Spot firmer No. 2 red and No, 2 hard $2.5.1 and No. 2 mixed Durum $2.78 c. I. f. track New Tor export CORN Spot steady. No. 2 yellow $1 0514 cost and frelsht New York ten-day ship ment. OATS Spot quiet. No. 1 white nOjfOSc. PORK Steady. Family 48fi 50. LARD firm. Middle West JtO.lOiif 10.20. otners unchanged. POTATOES Ktrm. I.one Island, bsrrel. og&; jersey, ih.t pounds, 5.aofi?fi; south ern. No. 1, barrel, $4.50)5.50, CABnAOES Quiet- Price unchanged. RAW SUGAR Unsettled. Centrlfucal rrOT COTTON AND Kl'TritKS New York, Aug. 4. Spot cotton quiet. 5!lddllng 39.50 Loiton tutures closed, Oct. 31.03: Dec. Jan. -'w...isjijs: .March 2fl.no F. D. ABERNETHY Head of Church Street. Business Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. To -day We are introducing Fleur de Lis Hand-Made Blouses T Im41 Xm nimina at 1 Mnwanivstinn r li X Alii1 4 v T Sa RlmiAJfc makers made it possible to produce the Fleur dis Lis Blouse at a moderate price, the hand-made blouse was a prerogative of the wealthy. TO-DAY every woman may have a number of these dainty blouses with their fairy like workmanship and she may be sure that EVERY THREAD 15 MADE BY HAND. In a tew days a neat litle descnptive catalogue will be is sued representing several of the leading styles earned. after spending the month of July at Camp March. Mrs. I.ucla Tlte, who has been for several weeks with Mrs. Abblo Putney at Cuddledoon cottage went Monday to lrasburg to visit Mr. and Mrs. r, E. Perry. G. W. Stewart arrived from Boston Sat urday morning to remain a fow days with his family at Camp Alfred. Howard Amldon, of Koone, n was a recent visitor at Harold Keith's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burroughs recently spent several days with Mr, and Mrs, Kverett Cole, Miss Klla Bamsdell and Charles I.lstor are guests of Mr, and Mrs. V,'. R. Bond and Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Goddard are tho parents of a daughter,, Marjorle Luclllo born July 27 Theodore Blvard has gone bt. Albans, was in town Monday and to Ashland, .V. H for a few days. An wont from here to Rochester to visit drew Boycrs and son, Boland are on a relatives at that place.. Miss Emma I two weeks trip through Aroostook County, Flint Is passing her vacation here with Me., And will also make a trip to Xew her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hale Flint. She ho gono to I.aconla. N, H for a visit with her sister, Mrs. David Hamil ton. Mrs. W. H Morrison, left Mon day for St. Johnsbury, where sho will visit her daughter, Mrs. namilton will return the first of September and will move from tho boarding house on Mer chants Row, having given up hor hoarders. Mrs. Nollie Morse, who has been with her daughter, Mrs, Krnest Mcintosh, for several days while sho has been 111, was able to leave her tho last of tho week and go to her home In Waterbury, Miss Amanda Northrop, a teacher In New York city for many years, has come to pass a part of her vacation here with her sister. Mrs. Al fred Yehster, and her hrother. O. P, Northrop, Mrs. N .C. Buck remains about the same with very little Im provement In her condition. rmcAoo rnonrcK markkt Chicago, Aug. 4. WHEAT Dec. 2.30; March J2.32. CORN Sept. $1.42i, Dec. 1.23. OATS Sept. 71c; Dec. 70i,c. Cash quotations: PORK Nominal. I.ARD J18.70. rtini J15.25 16.25. The Special Sale of Blouses Mentioned Yesterday will continue to be a most attractive feature to-day. AT $1.68 A number of fine voile and batiste models in a $4.50. AT $3.90 Another group of pretty waists. Excellent style but numbers that arc to be discontinued. Valued to $5.75 and $6.00. AT $8.75 AND $9.75 A number of the season's very fine blouses in a large variety of beautiful styles that are valued -at $12.59 to $20.00. New Navy Blue Silk and and White Wool Sweaters will have first showing to-day at moderate prices. A special display and sale of Motor Robes Mentioned a few days since will offer splendid opportunity to secure the very weight and color desired for your car. Priced at $6.75 up Leave your orders with us now for Cash's Woven Labels Your full name or initials woven in fast color of your selec tion upon narrow tape. The cost --is insignificant in com parison with the worth of the woven labels for marking clothing. Brunswick, Mr and Mrs. Levi Cramer have returned to their homo In St. Johns- U,,tr Tit..-.. t.-.i... K.,nn In fit. AI. bans and returned with his mother, who " has been visiting her parents, Judge nnd; Mrs. Otis Kelton. Mrs Ralph Lyford and j son, Wallace who have been staying with Mrs. i.yrord's sister. Mrs. .ionn muck. have gono to join Mr, I.yford In their new home In Bprlngfleld, Mass. William Hal ley bus returned from a short business trip to Boston, Miss Cora Quint of Man chester, X, H.. who has been visiting relatives here has gone to Wllloughby and will he the guest of Mr and Mre. John Hyde, Mrs. Freeman Ubby and daughter, Luna, and Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Terrlll of Sitanstead are guests of Miss May Llhby over the week-end. Mrs. Frank Field who has been the guest of CHAMBKR OF COMMERCE QUOTATIONS ON BUTTER Benton. Aug, i. BUTTER Creamery extra SSo, creamery flrt 528!".Mc: creamery teconds 40ft51c; creamery thirds 4S4fic: dairy butter !5 SOc: ladles 4ST47c: renovated butter MffSHic IIOSTOX BUTTER MARKET (Furnished by tha Associated Press) Boston. Aug, 4. BUTTER Northern Jismrsac; western .1,1 fl) 35 Vic. CHEESE Fresh, choice, 27Hff2SUc: BOrVTON PRODUCE MARKET 'Continued on ! Boston, Aui, 1. APPLES Early variolic 1.50ff4 bskt. BEANS Car lots, per 100 pounds! New Tork and Mlchluan pea beans f 7.V)(?7.7.1; fair to good $7T7,:o: California small white $7WT.2i yellow eyes, extras, H1.S0SJ12; fair to good 110911; red kidneys, choice, $ltjln..10; fair to good $12014:; California dried lima $12H2.30; Madagascar tsttti; pears $8(rB.50; Jobbing prices 25 (J SOc above car lots. BEEF Native sides 2&ft20c; hinds 30fi 31c; fores 20ff21c; medium sides 23021c; hinds 28e20ci fores lSSrlOc; cows lS20c. CORN For shipment: No. 2 yellow fl.AS 1.67. CORNMEAL Per 100 pounds! Granulated yllo- t.20: holted $4.13. feeding 13.20 1.33: cracked wm tS.23O3.30; whit corn appearance, Hull filled a sponge i.icr ana fima ana lor weeKS runhejl t ...... ..i. ... miitHmij, I"ICP 111 Ultf 14.11 skin worn mnrto hv rwiimH tv,a m. ea iresn. ho iiu washert tho surfacA wi a gallon of Ink, and the whole, was washed with sulphuric arid " This Is as far as Trnlc-'s Ktnr. ,-am the Cardiff giant. Hull was compelled take In new conspirators. He turned a well had been started. There the st rue was buried. .v vear wiis Kiiowpn in nasv. rnn T uisi;uvi;rjr uia-iit. .lUILK Uliuer 1 Ktrucuons irom nun, .ewen oegan 10 shovel struck a hard substance. As ..u,v. .'.v..., ......j ,,vu, a iii.i stone foot, another exclaimed "Jerusalem! It's a big Injun' men ine ennrft coimrrv neaxn or r wonder. The first men of scientific re refaction tue for a sum reported as ranglns fro hi i n.irH n, inn mm, ip. i nt- , r nil izm day. Scientific men came to Inspect been discovered. IH 1 In 1 11,111 AUI 1 1L lIUUd.Lil L cent inieresi on a o,i.,n.y invcaime rinaiij a mjh.1 as imu in gluteal u Ullf Ul I IUI. W. V .0,, 4 I nrp-llert that, although gvnsum is soluh in four niinnron nans oi wa.ier. vat r surface ot tne giant was smootn ana utt OJ1UT7 f 4 trkirr rilAXim nOIV ...,h tt.i,.- nrnvinr thai thrt hllrUl ml! , i nave ncen recent. . w. ri. out. One had not received what he ' ll.,rl t lila Rhspp another hi uiuer r.nu.r, nm crutr rcvrtii ino i nuni'i.,""" ....e,. . ....wv ..... story of the Cardiff hoax that took place i beds ana nan seen tne nusn oiock m a number of vcars ago. The Idea of creat. eastward put two ann two togeuter inK a fcld.ni "I i(,iu,n:u, iiiui uiuk la H uib-. huh tin., ...... ......... .., - named nun, wno connaen nis plans to a in iowa reai enuiie. nu wn uw .un friend. The efforts the men put forth to, tho scheme on the public were prosrertn ilt,VliULUCll linn '" " i- 1 1 lt:v ij n VI mj j auvi . of a better cause. Michael Foley, who cared for the giant mignt go smasn nuarrled the stone, describes some of the difficulties. ; AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING "Wo succeeded," he says, "In detaching from the bed, near Gypsum Creek, a frag ment twelve feet long, four feet wide and twenty-two Inches thick. The next prob-! lem was how to move this Immense rock, Washington It was a matter of forty miles from Gyp-' St i,OUS sum Creek to tho nearest railway station i RoS,on Thren teamsters who undertook the iohl.,.1 ,. gave up In despair. Finally, with the aid phllfidolplVla ' V.V.V..'.! ! .' .' .31 Ol nil uiu mi. iiiiik iiitviiiiiit: nun it uu- sldy of J125 to the new teamsters, we suc ceeded, at Iho end of twenty days, In load ing this .seven thousand pounds of stone railway flat car and enjoyed tho flour $ft.43, wnite corn meal J3.?0,l; hominy grits and samp $3. SOS t, cream of maize 3.30. EGGS Taney hennery and nearby 73fi .V; eastern extras 536Sc, western extras l02c; western extra firsts .12 17 Ate, weet ern firsts 1750c. FLOUR Per 190 pounds In US-pound sacks: Spring patents, special short. t!2 7.1 ot 13.75; eprlng patents, standard, $12.25 12.R0, hard winter patents Ml.4.10 12.fl.1i soft winter patents $11.3012.2.1, soft win ter straights flllill.,.1; soft winter clars MOftll; ro flour, whito patents, new, $0.63 9)10.30. FRUITS Orange, late Valencia. J3.7.WS box; blackberries 33fy38c box, raspberries, pints, -5tff30c, blueberries 2530c, currants 12015c; gooseberries l.lfi'lKc; pineapples f'l10 crt , cantaloupes S3..10'S7 standard crt,; Honey Dew $2(fr2.0i! crU; watermelons 2.15r(!Oc earh; peaches $10.1 per slx-bskt. carrier. 1LAT AND STRAW Hay, pnr ton, No. 1 Timothy, IS: No. 2 Timothy 3$ail: No. 2 eastern 333B; No. 3 hay 20i32; clover, mixed, 2SB33; finish I27&30, rye straw $21j2.1, oat straw 15elft. LAM IIS Genuine spring lambs, eastern, 30j.1lc, western 20J31c, fall and winter lambs 2.1f3nc, earllngs 22"il2fic; muttons lBj.20c, cil Hff2fic. MILLFKED rcr ton: Spring bran $30; winter bran J50, middlings $60'rf4; mixed feed $60tf?63 red dog $7fi: second clears S9; gluten feed $70.37. hominy feed $6.1.40; stock feed ff'fi, oat hulls, regronnd. $3H, cot tonseed meal $IV46. OATMEAL Per 90-pound sacks: Rolled $5; cut and ground $3.60. OATS Shipment; Fancy, 40. lbs fififjnSc; fancy, 3S lbs., 93S79r,c: regular, 35 lbs., 00 92c; regular, 3 lbs.. SS0 9OC. ONIONS Native 7.1cJ$l bu. box; Texas .10c li $1.2.1 crt. PORK PRODUCTS Heavy backs and short cuts $41.10; medium backs $36.60 10.10; long cuts $44,60; raw leaf lard 24c; rendered leaf 22Tsc pure lard 22Vc. POTATOKS Soutbfirn $3.30A per bbl.; native $2(?2..in bu. box. POULTRY Northern fowl, large, 43 44c: medium inu42c; native broilers .1.1 SfSSc; roasting chickens fiOc; we-stern broil ers AflfJ.lfcr, western Ice packed large fowl 3Sgi30c medium 3.1B36c: small 2S30.e; na tive squabs ft'ij'.l doz., pigeons $3.,10(?4 doz. LIVE rOt'I.TRV Fowl 33040c; broilers 42 & 4.1c. old roosters 23 J 25c. REFINKD SUGAR The American quotes sugar, granulated and fine as a basis, at 224c for 100-pound lots, less two per cent for cash. Cleveland Now York NATIONAL Won ..67 . H ...63 ...4i ...IT ...43 satisfaction of seeing It start, consigned to E. Burghardt, Chicago, Illinois "Burghardt was In the game. The block was removed to his barn, and a German sculptor named Salle and another named Markman began tha work of chlsollng out Lost 34 40 40 .11 M fit 71 LEAGUE STANOrNG won WW re Brooklyn as , 4 .a Cincinnati k v n i .X .." - - m...w..M. . XO. i ..1 , ,.uu..n ..................... Chlcai w M 1 . St. Lou s m Boston Philadelphia 39 M