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J THE BURLINGTON FEEEKtESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from page three) cottage, Lake Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cheney and Mr, and Mrs. P. W. Mould returned home Saturday from a 10 days' Uy at South Hnrpswell, Maine Mrs. E. M. Grimes spent Sunday at Lake Eden with her daughter, Mrs. Lyman Darling. Mrs, Horace Tracy Hanks and daugh ter Mies Lenda. Hanks of New York city came Tuesday for a stay at the Slocum home. Miss Hanks Is a professor of biology In a Brooklyn high school. Mr. and Mrs. T, B. Ellis nnd Miss Neta Ellis are spending a few days at High rate Springs guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Walte. Mrs Bernlco Lambert, who Is pending the summer at the Damarlns Hopkins cottage, Samoset Is entertain ing Mr. and Mrs. E. natter of St. Louli. Mrs. George Badger and little daughter, Adeline, of Burlington, are spending the week with their daughter and sister, Mrs. F. O. Gulmond. Mrs. Edgar Hardy and little daughter. Alison, of Ottawa, and Mlfs Edna Taylor of Roselle, N. J., r guests for the week of Mrs. H. P. Munson. Miss Mary J. Simpson of Crafttbury has been spending a couple of days In town. Fredrick Churchill, who has been employed at the tannery, for the summer, has finished work there. -Mr. and Mrs." W. M. S,.rgent and Mr. nd Mrs. H. A. Smallcy are taking a trip through the Berkshire?, going by the Mohawk traJl. Mrs. S. E. Stevens of Franklin, X H , was a visitor In 'town Monday. Mrs. B. M Wllley and daugh ter. MIs Dorothy, of Greensboro were In town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E, L. Graham and son of Montreal are visit ing at the B. C. Burrough home. JEFFERSONVILLE Albert Cornell of New Jettev came Friday for a visit with his brothers, H. M Cornell of this place and William Cornell of Eau Clalro, Wis., who Is here. Miss Marlon Cowan of Bakers field visited In town last week. Doris Pearsons returned to her home In Bakersfield Thursday. Gaylord West over of Johnson Is clerking at Hawley Eros, store. Miss Alice Klagg was In town Thursday for a brief stay. She left Friday for Old Orchard Beach before going to her school work In the West. Mrs. M. D. Cyr and Mrs Lynn Tracy were In Burlington Wednesday. Warren Bcott has been chosen as Superlntendant of the, Sunday school In the place of I. M Powell, resigned. The September meeting of the .1. C. A. will be held with Mrs. A .1 Thomas. Miss Ethel Klngsley of Manchester, N. H.. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. E. Pope. -O. W. Learned has started his meat cart. The. date of the past masters' meeting f Masonic Lodges to be held with Stowe Lodge has been changed to August 12. Members of Warner Lodge will kindly take notice and plan to attend. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Well? of Haverhill. X. H., were week-end visitors at M. S. Hawlev. Mrs. C. Hulbert and children of Hyde Park are visiting at H. H. Hebb's. Mrs. Delia Foster and daughter, Ildah. re visiting relatives and friends at Bos ton and vicinity L. A. Cartland and family of Jericho were in town Sunday. The "bacon bat" of the Philathea and Baraxca Sunday school classes was well ittended Monday night, it being an ideal Bight. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Perry fcnd family returned Sunday from a vacation spent in camp at St. Albans Bay. Mr and Mrs. H J. Tooles and son re enjoying a vacation spent at Revere Beach and vicinity. Miss Marjorie Gen ette left Monday morning for a vacation to be spent in Burlington and vicinity. 6h will return for a position in the school here this fall Prof, and Mrs. Jacobs of Burlington have, been guests at "The. Hemlocks" this week. Chaunccy Perry, who was hit by an automobile Monday morning it as comfortable as can he ex pected. Mr. and Mrs. John Berry and daugh ter, Alice. Dr. Jerome Berry, who has late ly returned from Siberia. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGowan of Richmond, Miss Eva Berry of the probate office, Burlington, Mr and Mrs. Daniel Berry of Fitchburg. Mass.. and Philip Arsenaugh of Rich mond were at James Berry's as guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wells and Mr. and Mrs Howard Wells returned to their home in Haverhill, N H., Sunday. The Chautauqua at Cambridge was lib erally patronized and much enjoyed by the people of this community. Mrs. Sarah Howes of Johnson is stop ping at C. B. Richards' during the absence of Mr and Mr.. Edward Fitz gerald On their return, they are to move to the Thomas Bros, tenement. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. A. G Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. George Ober. Miss Aleath Reynolds. Geneva Lease, Archie McCuln. Percy McCuin, U. M. Reynolds, Clara Jacques, Mrs. Lynn Tracy. Alice Anderson, Miss How ard. E. A Wood, D. C. Hawley and E. N. Melvin were in Burlington Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Whittaker of Fergus Falls, Minn , have returned from a visit at Montpelier. Mrs. Mary Burnor Dellsle has been very ill this week. Grant Thomas of Springfield is visiting his par ents. S. E. Pope and family and Mrs. Lena Melvin and daughter, Shirley, and Mies Klngsley of Manchester, N. H,, were t Smugglers' Notch Sunday. Chauncey Perry, who received painful injuries and narrowly escaped death Monday morning when hit by an automobile. Is doing as well as can be expected, though suffer ing great pain from the fractured bones. No blami Is attachod to tho driver of the ear. JOHNSON Carmt Rushford and family of Morrls vllle spent Sunday at Ira Jones'. Mrs. Mary Wilson has returned to her home In North Troy after passing a few days with Mrs. J. L. Pierce. In tho ball game Saturday between Montgomery and John tan, the former won by a score of 6 to 4. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Warren of Mor rlavtlle were caller? In town Sunday. B. A. Hunt left Saturday for Waterloo, N. H., to see his wife and son, Bertram. From there, he goes to Ardmore, Okla., to see his aged mother. Ithemer Sweet hie purchased of Elhrldge Pennock and wife their home on Railroad street known as the old Pike place, one of the old land marks of the village. Possession given September 15. E, H. Sherwln Is out after a ten days' Illness with erysipelas. Most of the farmers have finished haying and report tho hay crop as being nearly 23 per cent short of last year, oats and po. tatoej promise a large yield. David Mul liken, an old Civil War veteran, died Sun day morning. He had long been a sufferer from kidney trouble. H. M. Maxfleld and family are In camp at Grand Isle for a short time. Miss Anna Oakes fell down the cellar stairs Monday night breaking several ribs and bruising her head. She thought .she was opening the door for up stajrs. The Hon. N. A. Watrman' family are recovering from an attack of summer grip. The funeral" of David Mullikon was held from hie late residence on Railroad street Tues day, the Rev. George Richards- Akers of the Methodist Episcopal church offi ciating. The bearers were: Jedklna Perkins, Lee Whitney, Leon Hutchlns ant Dana Gilbert, Burial was made in the family lot In Lamoille View cemetery. WATERVILLE Mountain View Cemetery association met t the hall with MrB. F N. Stearns and Mrs. Morgan Friday. Among the literary selections was the reading of a poem by Mrs. Wrightman, aged S3 years. The author read the poem with out the aid of glasses, Dainty refresh ments were, terved to about 10 guests, Mrs. Prior of Willlston is visiting her daunter, Mrs. H. F. Beard G. H. Smllle of Montpelier visited his brother, Levi and W. p. Smllle, last week.-Mrs, R. S. Pierce visited her daughter, Mrs, naymond Hawley, in Jeffersonvllle last week.-Mrs. Fred Darrah was In Bur llngton last week. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Cross and sons of Hlghgate Center were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bragg Sunday, Miss DQrls Notemyrc of John son Is visiting Miss Lizzie Beard. Miss Luella Beard Is visiting In Essex. Mr. anil Mrs, Edson Shattuck nnd friends Mr, and Mrs. Ross of New York were guests last week of Mr, and Mrs Grant Thomas. Edwin and Albert Thomas went to New York last week. Mrs. R. Powers nnd son of Gaylord, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, H. J. Beard Sunday Dr, nnd Mrs. G. B. Maurice are camping at Frank lin -Mrs. V. L. Langdell has charge of the Post OlTlce In the absence of Mrs. Maurice. Mrs. Klndell of Morrlsvllle Is with her sister, Mrs. Mary Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wright of Rich ford were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Warren Wright Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Laraway and Mr. and Mrs. D. ,1. Morgan were In Burlington Monday. The Rev. B. L. Rogers and guests motored to Bur lington Monday, WOLCOTT Mr. and Mrs. L. C t'd.tll visited at E. A. Gray's the past week. A daughter arrived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. CJaude Rathburn Monday Mr. and Mrs. Henry King were visitors In St. Johns bury Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren New ton, Warren Newton, Jr . and Miss Clara Newton wore guests at w. C Reed's Sun day. J. M. Golden of Hartford, Conn., Is visiting at Peter Golden s M. S. Bul lock has returned home from Danville. CAMBRIDGE Mrs Ida Hunt has returned from Orleans county, where she has been visit ing relatives for the pas' six weeks. Miss Nellie Smith is in camp at Sheldon this week the euest of Miss Margaret Perley. Mr. and Mrs. E H. Hinds of , they recently purchased as soon as the Huntington were In town last week to , present tenants can vacate. C. M. Cham attend Chautauqua. Mrs John Safford j berlaln is spending a week with rola of Burlington visited her brother, Thomas tlves in Bakersfield and Springfield. Corse. Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Beeker of i Gordan, Gerald and Kenneth Black are Burlington have been visiting their son 1 811 "1 with mumps. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Howard j Sessions and two children are visiting Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleakley j relatives In Now Hampsnlre. Honry and and daughter of Burlington were guests Raymond Black are In West Burke wltn of Mr. and Mrs, Chase Macomber last I week. Arthur Twiss of Burlington vUlted in town Sunday. Miss Nell Bayden Is in camp with friends at Caspian Lake. Jacob Lapan of Linden, Mass.. visited in town last wvu- Mrs Linus Is spend- ' lng a few days In Essex the guest of 1 It her sister, Mrs II .G. Blanchl In Derby. Mrs. Warner Church Mrs Evelyn Bliss 1 Mrs. D R. Stetson and guest. Mrs. of St Albans Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Irving Chase of West Newton spent sev Ida Hunt, and nloce. Mrs. Enrle Gates. ! eral days at Patton Springs, P. Q. Frank Arthur Chandler and family have moved 1 Towse ie In Boston for a few days. Mr. to a farm In South Cambridge, which ! and Mrs. E. H. Hamilton returned they recently purchased Miss Ruth Thursday night from thplr vacation. Mr. Chandler has finished work for the Wllley and Mrs. Hamilton have been away a Bros. R. G. Jackson has finished work ' month, taking a trip by auto which in fer H. N. Gray and Is employed by the eluded Montreal, P. Q., St. Anne de Beau Standard Oil Co. A R Labounty of Bur- I P""e. Ocean Park, Me., and down the coast llncton was a visitor In town Friday to Lowell, Mass Mrs. J. R. Alkin and night. The community Chautauqua held Mrs. C. F Blgelow are In New York for here three days last week was enjoyed several days Dr. F. D. Badger has re by all who attended and was a financial built the barn and garage in the rear of sucress in every way K L. Ellsworth ; bis residence which was burned a few was In Montpelier Wednesday to attend a meeting of the State Board of Charities. --Mr. and Mrs Clvde Wilcox and daugh tor vlsltprt his nponln in Morgan Frldav ' and Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Hubert ' Denlo of New York have been visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Denlo's. BELVIDERE CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Harold Billings and son of Morrlsvllle were callers at W. E. Davis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wescome spent the latter part of the week with the former's parents, at North Hyde Park. Mrs. Amos Lawrence is at the Fanny Allen hospital, where she underwent an operation Saturday. Late reports were that she was as comfortable as could be expected. O. A Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Marcotte visited Mrs Lawrence at the hospital Tuesday. W. V. Farr of Burlington was In town Saturday. Mrs. Gladys Amy spent Wednesday In Hyde Park. Mrs. Paul Robboy went to Johnson Wednesday to spend the day. Orange County RANDOLPH Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Angell have gone on a trip to the White Mountains and the Beaches to remain about 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Osha and children left Mondav for the White Mountains and from there will go to Boston and,vas ln charge of the practice of Dr. L. M Waltham. Mass.. to remain several i days.-Miss Clara Smith came home from Hlghgate Monday, where! -mis inez -Miner, i-ean -Miner ann ren she had been since Friday Mr. and i Woodruff returned Monday from a Mrs. E. S. Tracy also, who have been i week's trip by motor to Jackman. Me. at Camp Randolph, returned home Mon- Arthur Shephard of Boston is spending day. Miss Emma Seymour went to three "'feks' vacation with his family. Knrth sminn. . H . in Inln hpr hrnth.r J'"- Shepard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and family at their summer home Mon- I day. After a few days' stay she will go to Clarendon, N. H., to pass a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Averlll. Mrs. U A. Parish went to White River Junction Monday. Mrs. M. S. Warwick Is in town for a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown. Mrs. Emma Cleveland of Somerville, Mass., after a two months' stay here with Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Glad-' . .i ding1, left for her home last week. Mrs. R. G. Morton left Monday for West Hartford, where she went to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, Sylvester M. Snow. Mr. ajid Mrs. W. H Gladding left Monday for Laconta, N. II., where they went to pass several days with Mr. Gladdlng's brother's wife. Miss Mildred Hatch accompanied her friend. Miss Gladys Gardner, Mon-1 daughter, Mrs. George Wright, of Fair day to her home in Seekonk, Mass., for field. Mr. and Mrs, E. D. Snow and several days' Ftay. On her return she will visit her brother-in-law and sis ter, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Lyman nt Wellesley, Mass A wedding was celebrated at the home of Mr. ant", Mrs, Dwlght Fisher AugUBt 1 4, when Miss I.ura Montgomery of Bos- ton and Frank H. Hlnson of Charlotte. ' Monday for Albany, Mrs. Clyde Kit N. C were married by the Rev. Fraser tredge of Island Pond was n recent Metzger. The bride was dressed In her j guest of her cousin, Mrs. Hugh Fair traveling suit. The ceremony was wit- brother. The Rev, J. H. Blackburn has nessed by a few Immediate relatives nnd , been spending two weeks of his vacation friends. The couple left at once and after at Fairhaven, his former pastorate, and a short trip will reside In Boston. For will leavo to-day with his family, and many years the bride was a resident hero i niece, Miss Edith Blackburn, for a two and after the death of her mother, Mrs. 1 weeks' motor trip to Montreal and up Mary Montgomery, sh9 went to Allston, Mass., to live with her brothers. Mrs. John Johnston of Lebanon, N, H arrived Monday for a short stay with her daughters, Mrs. W. F. Edson and Miss Maude Johnston. The later Is taking a , two weeks' vacation from the Half Ccn- tury store and with her mother, left Tuesday for a few days out of town, Miss Phyllis Farr of Hancock has come to the santtorlum for a second operation at the hands of Dr. Glfford. Miss Farr Is thought to be doing well, although In poor health of late. Mr. and Mrs. R. G Plumley after a two weeks' visit in Rut land and Plttsfield, returned home Mon day, Roy Demerltt of Waterbury was In town Monday looking up the business at the canning factory and on his return to Waterbury, took with him Frank Bacon, who will also assist. Mrs. Sarah Blair of Waterbury, after a two weeks' stay here with Mr. and Mrs, G. N. Billings, left Monday for her home. A delegation from the W, R. C. and O, A R. with their friends, surprised Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ketchum Monday night and assisted In celebrating their fortieth wedding anni versary. A social hour, congratulations from friends and refreshments of Ice cream and cake made a pleasant occa sion, RANDOLPH CENTER The marriage of Mies Frances Hebard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hebard, and Orange Ladd of St. Johnsbury took place at the home of the bride August 10. The Rev. O. E, Goodllff of Morrls vllle performed the ceremony in the pres ence of relatives and a few friends. Tho bride Is a graduate of Randolph High School and Ooddnrd Seminary, and has beon a successful teacher In Randolph, St. Johnsbury and Montpelier, Mr, Ladd Is a farmer, a graduate of the Vermont School of Agriculture. The couple will reside In Waterford on a farm. Dr. Cham herlln of New London. Conn., Is vlsttlng Prln. Rollln H. Barrett.-Benjamln L. Davis spent a week hero visiting relatives. He hns gone to Canada for an outing be fore taking up his work again In the city. Mrs. H. M. Lamb and daughter, Eliza beth, who have been visiting In Massa chusetts for the past two weeks, have re turned home. The Congregational Sun day school will hold a picnic Friday In DelAneV WOnrt William TJnllM u. been In Roxbury looking after the O'Grady -nin.ip, !s at nome tor a lew days. Miss Fannie Harrington has spent a week visit ing her Sister. Laura nolo. In Prninn. vllle.. Orleans County NEWPORT Miss Myrtle Chamberlain with her un cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Cham berlain, has gone on n motor trin Worcester and Lawrence, Mass. Mr. and ira. .i, t,, Jiccarter motored to Rlchford Thursday.-Mrs. Peter Miller of Leo minster, Mass., and daughter, Mrs. Burt Ewlng, nnd granddaughter, Miss Ewlng, are guests of Mrs, Alice Moranvllle. Mrs. Peter Miller and two slstors, Mrs. Austin Lohar and Mrs. Alice Moranvllle, motored to Albany on Sunday to visit their sister, .Mrs. Andrew Wright. Guy Hicks and Roy Hicks have bought the Comcrford property at the End, owned by Leon Colodney. Purchase price 3,7,'.0. mcKs urotners will occupy the house meir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spencer nnd cniiaren, Alice and Rupert, left Thurs day for a weeks' visit with relatives In .New Haven. Mrs. J W Henkley arrived Thursday from Providence. R. I., to vis. ippks ago -.Mr. and Mrs. R A Frost of Hoston are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown. Miss Evelyn Vlgnenult is spend- lnB the week-end with her uncle. John Vigneault, at Beebe, P. Q. G. Sam Scott "a?e airplane company or ew York who has been with hl family at Far rants during July, has returned to New York Mrs. Edith Blake Waring of New York city is the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Ellen Welcome. , , Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Hardy and three children, left Saturday for a week's trip to Boston. Mrs. Clinton A. Wood has been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. D. Bossier, In Newport Center. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Skinner and children, with Mrs. Vincent Jones left Saturday morning by motor for LAthol, Mass. From Athol. Mr. Jones will go to Providence and will be the guest of Miss Anna Berkander. Dr. James Corliss of Montpelier, Is home on a two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Corliss on Pine Hill road. Miss Thelma Hall of Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Squires of Derby, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buzzell Saturday. Mrs. E. M. Clark will close her boarding house Aug. 13. Mrs. J. Kipp and son, Frederick, were In Orleans over the week-end with Mrs. Klpp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slsco. Mr. and Mrs. William Partlow of St. Albans are guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. N Parker. Mr. and Mrs. William Kidder of Derhy were guests of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Cunningham over the week-end. Dr. Fred C. Heney, who Page during his absence, has returned to J-aconia. J' 0akle'-,M,r' an! Mr- Jack GrlIIs and Mrs. Grills' mother, Fred Walker of Bridgeport have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Legh Wellman. .1. C. Oakley and family spent Sunday at Willoughby lake. Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Prouty and son, Paul, Mrs. D. W. Dwlnell and daughter. Eleanor, left Monday morning by auto for two weeks In Jackman, Me. D. W. Dwinell, Lane Dwlnell and WInton Pi-fiHt,. .H rF.Mq- ITr nnrl ,, "' '' n,iUt, Zi i-dward Kent of Randolph are gueats of Mrs. Kent's sister, Sirs. C. J. Oben. Mrs iieorge Gilchrist and son. Scott, are ln Eden for a few days. Frank Vinton haa moved from Joseph "Donneau's hous to a tenement In tho Jake Morrill house on West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Teachout of Montpelier were In town Sunday, Postmaster D. R. Stetson is enjoying a week's vacation with his two children, of Framlngham, Mass., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Cooley. Miss Edith Blackburn of Port Arthur is the guest of tho Rev. and Mrs. J.. H. Blackburn. Austin Beebe Is enjoying two weeks' vacation from the Blodgett & Burgess store. A, B. Coblelgh left the Ottawa river to Ottawa. The Rev. Frank O, Cunningham of New Bedford Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley and other friends In town, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Oben and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kent were In Albany Monday. Roy Harvey and family, and James Neu and family of Montreal arrived Monday afternoon to spend several weeks in camp. The Misses Blanche, Alice and Mary Aubln and friends are In camp for two weeks On Saturday Miss Alice ubln captured a three pound salmon. Frank Wheeler Is taking a canoe trip down the lake. Mr. and Mrs Harry George of New York are in camp for the month of August. Mr. George is the transportation agent of the Scottl Grand Opera Co. NORTH TROY Friday morning one of our law-abiding citizens found In his rural delivery box a letter, written In pencil, calKng him op probrious names and threatening dire physical harm to him unless he left M In a package at a certain Indicated point bylMonday night, August 9. Henry Truax with members of their families have been visiting their brother, Eugene Truax, the past week, They are former residents of this pla-e, John Uvea ln Huntington and Henry resides In Burlington but Is traveling adjuster of the Burroughs add ing and calculating machines. James iLumbra of St, Johnsbu. was In town Thursday, playing In the band at the con cert that evening. He was formerly clerk In tho Frontier hotel. S. P HUHker has exchanged his Ldd hotel property on Railroad street, with a Mr. Wood of Coventry for a farm known as the Chaffee place, In that town, Each sur render possession nt once, Mrs. J. J. Munro returned Thursday night to her home In Brooklyn, N. Y., after " visit of several weeks at the home of her daughter. -Mrs. W D, Kelley. H. R. Cutler, president of Barton bank and C. S. Webster, treasurer of It, wore here Fri day, attending a directors' meeting of the Valley bank. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holden wer' In Plttsford and other places In Rut land county during last week, visiting his father and other relatives and ac quaintances. Mrs. Tracy, mother of dentist Tracy and widow of the late Thaddeus Tracy, Is In town for a while. She now resides ln Springfield, Mass. Herbert Pierce, principal of the New port high school has been ln town looking after his Interests as a candidate for stnte's attorney. He Is studying law In the office of William & Smith, and has heen admitted to the Massachusetts bar. The other candidate Is Albert W. Farman, of the law firm of Farman & Prouty. He held tho ofllce some years since. Cashlus Elkins returned Saturday from a visit of a few weeks to friends In Ashr land, N. H. GREENSBORO Many friends from town attefde? tho funeral of Miss Maud Bnlley ai East Craftsbury Triday afternoon. The enter tainment given Wednesday evening by the ladles of the Boston Lyceum School was well attended and the young ladles dem onstrated their ablllty.-Mrs. William Brownell of Detroit Is the gue9t of Mrs. Charles Bear at her cottage hy the lake ard unday Mr. Ladd went to Barton to meet Jamea Bear her son. and brought him to Greensboro. Since graduating from Dartmouth he has a good position with tho Packard Motor company. The Rev. P. M Snyder of Eaat Hartford. Conn preached at the Presbyterian Church and tho Rew Alexander Frasler of Wells River at the Congregational house of woirhlp. Next Sunday the Rsv. Allen Stoekdale of Toledo, Ohio, will preach nt the Congregational Church. Dr. F. C. Kinney and Mrs. Kinney went to Georgia Monday for a short visit. Miss Mary Norton returned to Boston Saturday. Mrs. Mary C. Ingalls and Mrs. Nellie In galls spent the week-end with friends in Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs William Clary are tho parents of a daughter. CRAFTSBURY Flora Waterhouse from Walden was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green. Mr. and Mrs. William Goodrich fnm Waterhury, Conn., called on friends In town the first of this week. The Delta Alpha clars entertained the mothers at the Smith cottage August 4 at Lake Elego. Oscar Bliss and daughter, Gaynell, are visiting in Canada. E. W. Hardy left Monday for Johnston, where he will ttake up his c.anvap work. Mrs C. H. Harrlsman and Mrs. L. R. Klnny re turned Sunday after spending a week ln aoccmpanled by his daughter, Mrs. Ellis Orleans. Mrs. Archie Jones and daughter accompanied her brother to her former home In Connecticut last week. The re mains of Dewey Sablns, a former resi dent, were brought from Manchester, N. H , August 4. The funeral was held in the Methodist Episcopal church Thurs day, the Rev. O. B. Willis officiating. The remains were placed In the family lot beside his wife. The remains were ac companied by his daughter, Mrs. Ellis. Miss Maud Bailey, who was taken to the Man' Fletcher hospital the first of last week died August 4. She wasi brought to her late home at East Crafts bury, where the funeral was held Fri day. NORTH CRAFTSBURY The repairs and Improvements at the Academy and gymnasium have begun. It Is hoped to have the work completed In time for the opening of school, August 31. Miss Lena Sheehan of Boston is visit ing her sister, Mrs. Martin Johnson. Miss Marlon Hall of Waverly, Mass.. Is a guest at the Rowley's. The Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Peterson with relatives from St. Johnsbury took a trip to the White Mts. last week. Miss Flora Hajdley who has employment in Orange, Mass.. is at her home for a short time. Mrs. E. T. Wheeler and Mrs. Agnes Witt have been ill and under Dr. Eaton's care. LOWELL. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newton and daugh ter, Katherine, of Lynn, Mass., wese guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Newton Wednesday. Wyman Lamphear Is visit ing ln Eden at the home of hla uncle, Ned Hlnes. Ralph Miller of Westfleld has been visiting his friend, Kenneth Young. Cora Burgess and Caddie Stephenson are home from Burlington, where they have been attending summer school. Lena Sylvester returned Saturday from Orleans after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. George Porter. The Rev. and Mrs. Stacy of Eden were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ei-nest Lamphear Saturday. Mrs. E. S. Atwood and daughter from Rutland are gut-sts of Dr and Mrs. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hlnes of Eden visited at Ernest Lavvphear's Thursday. Fred Laraway haa gone to Montgomery, where he has employment. Ralph Chamberlain, Stan ley Bellum, Moses Chase, Abe Laraway, John Whaley, George Hardy, Joseph Geffray and Harley Chase left Sunday for the harvest season In the Northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Squars from Worcester. Mass., passed last week with Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Lamberton. Mrs. S, B. Gelo went Wednesray to the Mary Fletcher hospital for surgical treatment. WESTFIELD Ralph C. Bean of Camp Taylor, Ky came homo on a 10 days pass and on Sat urday evening was married at the Con gregational parsonage to Miss Rhoda Manning of North Hyde Park. The Rev. W. G, Macfarlane performed the cere mony. The orldc's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlcn Manning were present. Tho newly weds stayed over Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mra. Carl Bean, who took them hy motor car to North Hyde Park Miss Marjorie Bean returned Tuesday from spending four weeks with her sister, Mrs. Harold Breer, of Stowe. Ralph and Chester Bean are to be transferred to Camp Dlx, N. J the first of September and soon will be sent abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Benware and daughter of North Troy, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sinclair and daughter of Lowell and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pickle and two children of West more spent Sunday with their mother. Mrs. Lizzie Benware, who came home from Lowell a short time ago to open her house for. Mr. and Mrs. Perley Ben ware and two daughters of Worcester. Mass., who are spending the month here. -Mr. and Mrs Charles Griffin of Leomin ster. Mass., came last week to visit her mother Mrs. E. E. Ryder. Mr. Griffin re turning next Monday. Mrs. Lilian Wright spent last week with her cousin, MUs Jef sle Colby of Standsttad, Can.-The Con- prevuHnnal nk,. thla tOWn and Troy will hold a basket picnic In the Drew urove next Tuesday, Tuesaay j"s Mrs. W B. Gilpin went to Newport to meet the members of the Gilpin family for trip down Lake Memphremagog for the day.-MIss Hazel Gilpin, who has taught successfully In Greenfield, Mass,, for the past two years and Is to return In September, spending a Pt. of her vacation at the home of her father, Judge Gilpin -Miss Miller returned to her posi tion In Hartford, Conn., Saturday after spending three weeks withe her mother, Mrs. H. D. Mlller.-Mr. and Mrs. Albrt Eaetman came Tuesday to visit her father H. D. Mlller.-Mr. Ford and Dr. Thurs ton of Burlington were In town Tuesday trying to buy entlque china, but most Preferred not to part with heirlooms. Harrison Rtreeter has moved v.n,t m hi. own house after boarding for the winter; wnn L,oren Hendrix.-Dr. Bacon has moved back to Troy. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Burbldge motored to Island Pond Tues day accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Fre mont Miller. Rutland County BRANDON Harry M. Jones of this town died last Sunday morning In Brattleboro, where, he had been for some time. He was SS years of age. The body was brought here and the funeral service was held Tuesday at 230 o'clock at the home of his hrother, S. W. Jones, on Carver street. Robert M. Carpenter has gone to Wash ington, D. C, and will spend some time there and In New York city before re turning home.-Mlss Wardlelgh Hall of New York city Is the guest for several days of Mrs. Leo T. Reed and Miss Dottle Kidder of Chamolaln street. Bernard Bush has resumed his duties In J. W. I Ray's store after his vacation. Miss Laura Cool has returned to Keene, N. H., after spending the week-end at home. Mlss Hurtl, who has been spend ing several weeks here at the home of Mrs. G. W Cobb, has returned to her homo ln Minneapolis, Minn. H. Don Rolfe whose headquarters are In Albany, N. Y., spent the week-end here with his family. C. M. Carpenter of the S. M. Bowser Oil Tank company Is at home for a two weeks' vacation. E. A.Cool of Rutland spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs E. O. CooL Walter Hayes hail nis right wrist Dadly cut yesterda-' after noon while trying to raise a window his hand slipped and broke the glass. It re quired several stitches to close the wound. Dr. J. S. Eastwood and Dr. J. W. Esta brook attended him. John Dundon of New York city is visiting his mother, Mrs. Ella Dundon Newton Smith has returned from an auto trip to Boston. Miss Flora B. Stevens of Westfield, Mass . is spending three weeks In town at the home of C. A. Bush. Miss Madallne Parker was given a surprise party last Monday af ternoon at the home of her aunt. Mrs. A. D. Wlggln, It being her ninth birthday Games were played and refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served. Miss Margaret McCormlck has returned to her home In Plttsford after visiting her cousin, Miss Catherine Johnson. The plants of the Imperial Marble company and the Rutland Marble Manufacturing company were shut down Tuesday to allow the employes to attend the funeral of James Fleming at West Rutland. Mr, Fleming was superintendent of the Imperial Marhle mill here at the time of his death Lloyd Sprague of New York city Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Alice B. Sprague of Conant square. The funeral of Harry M. Jones who died in Brattleboro Sunday was held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. I. W. Compton of the Baptist Church officiated The bearers were A. J Ives, F E. Klngsley. F L. Smith. G H Mc Collam. Burial was In the Pine Hill cemetery. The Misses Catherine and Nel lie Johnson are spending a few days at Lake Dunmore In thf Lavouche cottage, the guests of Miss Reba Maxfleld The 14 fresh air children from New York City, who are spending two weeks here were given a picnic yester day ln R. W Bresee's grove on the east shore of Lake Dunmore They were taken there In automobiles. Stanley and Emma Jones have returned from Granville, N Y., where they visited relatives. Miss Jessie Merrltt Of Rutland Is visiting at the home of E. O. Cool. Agnes and Elizabeth Cole have returned to Mlddlebury after 10 days with their aunt. Mrs. Edward Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. James Galhan and son, Howard, of Troy, N. Y, and Miss Fanny Hope of Fair Haven are visiting at the home of George Cam eron. Washington County MONTPELIER Nellie P. Barrows and G. A. Peek have brought suit against the Eagles fraternity of Montpelier and trustees in Washington County Court to recover the value of the building which a few years ago they sold to the Eagles, which fraternity was at that time in a flourishing condition The price was 532,000 and about J13.000 had been paid of that sum. The building can now be purchased for $22,000, that Is, It was offered to the city of Montpelier for a fire station at that Sziire which the council estimated was too high even if it was a satisfactory location and building for a station. Flora Lapan has brought a libel for a divorce from Peter Lapan and filed the same In Washington County Court. May D. Slattery has proceeded similar against William J. Slattery, desiring a divorce on the grounds of intolerable severity. The marriage of Earl B. Knight' and Miss Maria C. Lampert of Montpelier took place at the residence of the Rev. Frank L. Goodspeed ln Barre Thursday evening. They were unattended. They have re turned to Montpelier and later will have a wedding trip. The groom Is employed as clerk In the Swift beef office here. A son was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carpenter at Burlington and to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chlshblm at Heaton hospital here. Ralph Olllver of Barre has commenced his duties In the State treasurer's office as bookkeeper to take the place of Robert Mackle. who completes work next week to become office manager for the Perry Automobile company. Mr. Olllver, al though a young man, has enjoyed qulto a little experience In Barre offices. Mr. Mackle is ntaylng a week longer than he expected to, ln order to give Mr, Olllver Information on the routine business. Prof. W. L. Gray who has been in structor of Instrumental music ln Mont peller Seminary for a few years, has resigned and moved his family to Newton- vllle, Mass., where they will live. Pro'feesor Gray will teach music in Boston and be organist In the Methodist Church In Hyde Park, Mass., which offers him fully as good opportunities as he had here. In cidentally, his son will be able to reside with his parents. Residents in Montpelier have discovered that the maple leaf cotton has put ln an appearance. This Is not an Insect like the beetle, but It Is of the insect family and attaches Itself to the bottom side of a leaf, feeding upon the leaf until It has sapped the life out of It. If allowed to go long enough It will kill the tree, although It has appeared so late this year that it un likely to do any great damage. The remedy for It Is "Black 40," because it has to be smothered Instead of killed like the beetles and other Insects. It looks like a little bunch of cotton. I only survives for a year. The water pressure which was very low Monday forenoon resumed the normal position of 160 pounds in the afternoon, tho water from Berlin pond, the source of Montpelier supply having reached the reservoir. The machinists who put the pump together some weeks ago to have It ready for a dry time apparently did not know how to do the Job and the old water commissioner, B. M. Hayward, and Harry Hutchinson of the Lane company were called upon Saturday night to help solve the problem, which they did upon looking over the pump. It was again put In shape and the pumping of the water from the big Into the smaller pond commenced. The big main which was broken during the spring high water was repaired In the Wlnooskl river Sunday morning. Warren Steele of Montpelier and Verna 'Continued on page 10) F. D. ABERNETHY Head of Church Street. Business Hours: 8:30 Art Embroidery Materials Those who enjoy leisure time for embroidery work dur ing the summer months will find a beautiful collection of ma terials in our Art Department just now. All of the desired silks and embroidery threads, stamped materials, etc. Mon ograms and initial letter patterns made to special order. Stamped Goodg NIGHT GOWNS, ready made of fine quality mercerized pink nainsook $3.38, $3.75, $4.50 ENVELOPE COMBINATIONS, pink nainsook, ready made. $3.00, $3.38, $4.10 PAJAMAS, ready made of fine quality nainsook $4.50, $4.85, $5.25 CENTER PIECES, stamped on pure white linen, also ecru col ored cotton 50c, 84c, $1.00, $1.50 SCARFS, a very choice assortment of designs and sizes in plain white or ecru $1.00, $1.25, $1.38 PILLOW TOPS, in all white for the boudoir. 70c, $1.00, $1.50 HUCK TOWELS, stamped on cotton or pure linen in attrac tive designs 85c, 95c, $1.15 TURKISH TOWEL SETS, consisting of large towel, guest towel and wash cloth r $2.25 per set Yarns TEXTO YARN, for the new silk sweaters or slip-on. now so much in vogue $1.75 per tube SHETLAND FLOSS, very desirable for light weight wool gar ments 35c skein or 39c ball GERMANTOWN, used for the heavier wool garments. A. full line of the new colors 75c skein SCOTCH YARN, a yarn that is always popular. Shown in all the wanted colorings $1.25 skein; 75c ball SOCK YARN, natural or light grey, made of the finest quality long staple wool 95c skein KID ANGORA, one of the most popular yarns for filet and slip-on sweaters, very soft and fluffy, can be brushed up to look like real angora 48c ball SILVER WOOL, the height of perfection in yarn. The color ings are wonderful $1.75 per hank Embroidery Cottons PERI LUSTA CROCHET, CONVENT COTTON. JEWEL COTTON. SLIPPER COTTON. TATTING THREAD. PAD DING COTTON, NEIGE. KNITTING COTTON AND PERLE COTTON. Embroidery Silks TEXTO ROPE. CROCHET SILK. KNITTING SILK AND TIE SILK. NEW YORK LIVESTOCK New York, Aug. 11. CATTLE Receipts 1.840. Steady Graster feed steers S8.50S15.7S, bulls IS. 1009.50; cows 52.75 0S.5O CAIA'EF Receipts 1,(125. Weak. Vels $1310! culls J1012i skim milk calves $71 eouthern calves J7?12; western calves $S11. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 5,050. Irregular. Sheep $5ffS; culls 2ffl3.5Q; year lings SS.5039 50; lambs $915.50; culls S79. HOGS Receipts 4,450. Steady Light to medium weights M7.50; heavy hogs S16.76: pigs $16.50, roughs 113. NEW YORK CRAIX AND PRODUCE New York, Aug. 11. WHEAT Spot firm. No. 2 red and No. 2 hard t2.65 and No. 2 mixed Durum $2.S0 c. 1. f. track New York export August ship ment. ,, ,, CORN Spot firm. No. 2 yellow $1.79U c. 1. f. New York ten-day shipment. OATS Spot steady. No. 2 white OSeSJl. PORK Easy. Mess $32. LARD Easy. Middle West $1S.S0 15.00. Others unchanged. POTATOES Weak. Long Island, barrel, $45; Jersey. 165 pounds. $4.25(85; south ern, barrel, $15, sweets. Jersey, No. 1. bas ket. $3ZT 4. RAW SUGAR Nominal. Centrifugal lso; reftned quiet, flne granulated 2122.50c. Futures were weak owlne: to the unsettled feeling in the spot market and the poor demand for refined. Prices are 30 40 points lower at mid-day, trading light. SrOT COTTON AND TOTORES New York, Aug. 11, Spot cotton quiet. Mlddllnc 39.00. Cotton futures closed. Oct. 31.73085; Dec 30 552. Jan. 29.153fl; March 29.00 030; May 25.40. CHICAGO TRODCCE MARKET Chicago, Aug. 11. WHEAT Dec. $2.3SH ; March $2.42. CORN Sept. $1.4SS; Dee, $1.25. OATS Sept 72Hc; Dec. 70'ic Cash quotations; PORK Nominal. LARD $18.27. RIBS $14.75 16. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE O.COTATION8 ON BETTER Boston, Aug. 11 BUTTER Creamery extras 56o, creamery firsts 5355c, creamery seconds 4052c; creamery thirds 454Sc; dairy butter 45 50c, ladles 4547c; renovated butter 504filr. BOSTON BUTTER MARKET (Furnished hy the Associated .Prsss) Boston, Aug. 11 BUTTER Extras 5fl57c; firsts 5355e. CHEESE Fresh. choice, 274 2.He, firsts 24J?2flc. BOSTON TRODUCE MARKET Boston, Aug, 11 APPLES Early varieties 85e$1.75 hu. box, BEANS Car lots, per 100 pounds New York and Michigan pea beans $7.257.50; fair to good $6.507; California small white $77.23; yellow eyes, extras $11.50 12 00. fair to good $10U; red kidneys, choice, $ie16 50, fair to good $1214; California dried llmas )1212.50, Madagas. car $89, pears $6a.50j Jebblnr prices 253 50c above car lots. BEEF Native sides 2627ei hinds 31 32c; fores 21 a 22c, medium sides 23 ft 24c; hinds 28029c; fores 18lDc; cows 1520o. CORN For shipment: No. 2 yellow $1,76 01. 7R. CORNMDAL Pr 100 pounds, Granulated a. m. to 5:30 p. m. $4.15. bolted $4.10. feeding $3.253 30 cracked corn $3 803.35. white corn flout $1.755; white eornmeal S404.25, hominy grits and samp $434 25, cream of malz $5.75. EGGS Fancy hennery and nearby 74 75c; eastern extras 656Sc western extra! 6162c; western extra firsts 52054c, west ern firsts 47 50c. FLOUR Per 196 pounds in 95-pound sacks; Spring patents, special short. 8L1C? 14.75, spring patents, standard, S12.6014, hard winter patents $12.2513 soft wlntei patents $11.7512.75 soft winter straights sxj.aoiijii; sort winter clears S1011.25, rye flour, white patent, new. S10.25SS11 FRUITS Oranges, late Valeneias, $3 753 7 box; blackberries 2535e box, raspberries pints. 2530c; blueberries 2532c cur rants 1922c; gooseberries 15lSc. pine apples $69 crt.. cantaloupes $4fi stand ard crt.; honey dew $2.25 crt . watermelons i'nr75c each; peaches $1.504 per -bskt. carrier HAY AND STRAW Hav. ner ton No. 1 Timothy $4S49. No. 2 Timothy $1043. No. 2 eastern $3538; No. 3 hay $3134, clover mixed J3O037, finish hay $2S32. rye eiraw itiwxo, oat straw ia17. LAMBS Genuine sorinc lambs eastern. 3034c; western 2880c, fall and winter lambs 2330c, yearlings 16 0 24c mutton iodise, veals J52sc MILLFEED Per ton Spring bran $43.25, winter bran $4S25. mlddlines S3S50rt2. mixed feed $58.502, red dog $7B, second clears $83 85, gluten feed $70.12. hominy feed $68.00, stock feed $67, oat hulls $40 cottonseed meal $62.5067 OATMEAL Per 90-pound sacks Rolled $5: cut and ground $5.50. OATS Shipment Fancy. 40 lbs.. 95e$l: fancy. 38 lbs., D505c, regular, 38 lbs. 93 P5c; regular. 3 lbs.. 92P3c ONIONfl Connecticut valley $1 762 per lOO.pound bag, Texas 50c$1.25 crt; PORK PRODUCTS Heavy backs and short cut $10.60. medium backs $37 10 39.60: long cut $43.60; raw leaf lard 24o, rendered leaf 22c pure lard 21N. POTATOES Southern $46.25 per bbl ; native $22.25 bu box. POULTRY Northern fowl, large, 43 44c, medium 4042c; native broilers 5 58c; roasting chickens 5560o. western broilers 555Sc, western, ice packed, large fow, 383c, medium 35336c, small 28 3flc, native squabs $45 doi , pigeons $3.50 4 doz. LIVE POULTRY Fowl 3S340e, broilers 420 45c, old roosters 23 25c. REFINED SUGAR The American quote sugar, granulated and line as a basis at 22He for lOO.pound lots, less two per cent lor ca,a, AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pet. Cleveland 63 37 ,31 Chicago 69 41 7 New York to 42 .(: St. Louis , 52 3 ,45.? Boston 47 57 ,43 Washington 46 57 447 Detroit 4fl 64 .3.M Philadelphia S3 74 ,SM NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pet, Brooklyn 61 46 .571 Cincinnati 5S 44 .561 New York 57 4fi ,5VJ Pittsburg 52 43 .511 Chicago 53 57 .4S3 St. Louis 4S M .461 Boston 44 53 . 431 Philadelphia 40 62 .393 WHEN TEMPUS FUGITS "Hang It all, daughter," exploded old Jenkins. "You can't marry young Dob bins. I won't have It. Why he only makes eighteen dollars a week," "I know, father," replied the sweet young thing, "but a week pastes eo quickly when you're fond of each other." The American Legion Weekly."