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THE BURLfNGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1920
ThoimiH Dnnlln, who wns on Mnnilny fall, striking on tho lower part of hln arrested on u churgo ot Intoxication, back ntut laming hint up to some ox- wns Tuesdny moinlni? brought Into City tont, no that It gives lilm pnln to walk. Court mid was sentenced by .Indue Lndd It Is not thought that the Injury will to puy a llnu of l,i uml costs or prove scrimm. however. .Mr. ami .Mrs. nownni winiernnuoiii Tllr ,lm, WilH Uspon(trl by the court on arc lliu parents ot u son, Armnuu waiter, born Arm'stlcn Day. cny news Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Hart, Jr., of 123 North avenue am the parents of a daughter, born Sunday afternoon. Tuesday innrnlnK at I" Trail street, Miss Mary Al art! lias resigned her post- Imp r rnl' of h c y. olnv a fmv iny n ln N,,w Yorl f.?n Z:ZZ .,, r ;.t wft" born OM .-;eetlon.day nnd the pas- further order oi eou.t. i0l,Korit took a vote on how he should ho ,, i t-,ii ine youngest immigrant in tno united ' i " ' : "y' un Wt rrivr.l nn the Danish liner Helllg lion until A verdict -for the plaintiff to recover named. There was a lie on ".Warren Tlio divorce petition of Marv Ethel f " '"' costs was brought In by the Jury Harding" and "HelllK Olnv" so they put Erwln vs. Arthur J, Erwln' wns heard Thursday afternoon In the case of Jo- It up to the captain. Hlo decision was for In Cmmtv Court 4.nuf.iiiv morning H'ph I.abnuiity vs. Joseph Troinbley. Dio tho compromise on "Olav Harding." Olav in county Loitit h.uuruaj moininf,. started In county court Wednesday Harding Onucass of Dnnzlg, Poland Is Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ford arc the morning. The plaintiff sought to recover now visiting with his par.ntH In Phll- parents of a son, William .tames, born for an alleged assault upon his person on ndolphln, hut will later arrive In this the night of May III last. Attorneys (iuy city, where they will make their homo M. Pago and .1. .1. Enrigiil apponreil for for sonic time with friends. The pas- Ihn I..I I fl .....I At I .in ,' fur 1 llP lie nnnirnm innrln ,,, ti ir.tu immu nu V,1ftt, lion with the city light mrlmvm to .- ., for M(J cuntllo Agency. GENEROUS RESPONSE FOR DRUNKEN DRIVER FROM. WOMEN'S CLUBS . i Henry Hale, Soldier from the War Savings Stamps Appeal Post, Going to House of Cor rection, Besides Paying Stiff Fine, for Operating an Auto mobile While Intoxicated Strongly to Fairer Sex in Green Mountain State Who Are Urged to Make Thanks giving Purchases j Henry I.. Hnle, tho soldier who wn4 The aggregnto sale of War Savings Final reports subinltrd by Mrs. E. H. Mr. and Mm. Joseph Bacon of Shel-. cirlvlr"' ,l1' roU' nutomolilln In company Stamps In Vermont this year, from .Inn- Rond for the civics coninilttie of the hurne Falls were plcusnntly surprised on i wlln red Murpny or hum city, when the uary 1 to September , amounted to Athena, Club on the canvass of the Thursday evening when n party of friends c'"' "truck the wagon of Frud Abalr on 7fi.V. The State now ranks ICth per women of Wards one, two nnil three In from Burlington nnd vicinity called on tho """a"1 I'Ctween Winooskl and Port en pita ninunir all the States In the Union, this elty for tho Vermont Children's Aid them In honor of the 25th anniversary of l''thnn Allen n week ago last Saturday A letter received recently from Mrs. Society show thut SWT In cash linn been tiu.r wedding. Mrs. Clove of Shclbtirne, nKt- wi sentenc-d by .fudge Fred M. l' L. Hlgglnson, director of the First turned Into headtiu.M tern, with additional n tiir, m,nin of the guests, presented the Nutlet- In county court yesterday after- Federal Iteserve District of which Ver- lurs and costs of JT.LTi by Judge .led r. pledges and money snt illieel ro mo ia,,)V couplo with n purse of money. """" l" coniinemeiu in me J louse or (.Tor- mom is morning for treasurer which will brim? the total ItefieshmentH were served and a pleus- recunn at w inosor I or not less than five "Ihe rep Miss Irene Hlalr and Jerome A. Tinscoo were married nt eight u'e'erk Tuenlay mornlim' nt St. Mary's Cnthedrnl by tho IteV. James Thompson Herman Fhlrldire was fined five dol- t.add In city court Monday a part, contains the rollowiiiB! esponso of Vermont from the and f 10. A nils. e!)HMi.-oiis sbowev raised by the Athena nub tn between $100 .,, ,,VenlnK wns siwnt with music and 'nths. nor more than one year, and to Women's rlub, In taking up our con- jiay h nne oi fim ami eostx for driving servniion lirngram, is rar nneHii ov any an automobile while under the Influence other State so far." Mrs. O. If, Smlllo of Intoxicating liquor. of Jfontpeller, director Cor Vermont, has Male was brought into court yesterday named Mrs. Itobert HIIss of Montpellcr morning. When tho eharo nunlnst him chairman of thrift for tho Vermont Fed was read, At'orney M. O. I,eary. who. erntlon of Women's Clubs. As shown by with Attorney Charles F, Mark, retire- Mrs. Hlgglnson's statement, effective diineliiK. Those from this clly who w,is Ifiideicd niotored down to the alTalr Included Mr. 4X and -'irs. iienry .incons ami oaiiRnter, Intoxication. Tin- fine was paid. ItelattveK In Mils elty have leceived word thai Henry . Ilobnrt forinerly of CambrlC-. died' recently ft his lumie In Oshkosh, Wis., v.hcie !n lias lived for a number of yoiits, Thomaf. -i nn i n ni,' nun inp iil lilt; 111- ' -...... . . n .m Tinv enmmnv icainst the Cryftal' Present there were piano scior.ions i Tnu Jarvls TaUce Garage on South ; sented tho respondent, asked that Hale work has been accomplished along that - . LU"'1""- ,. by Miss Dfrtha Desautels and vocal flolec- winooskl nvenne and the Ollbort Inn on ' mleht ,n uilnu-.ri in .o,. ..i, nr iln. v.nrti. nil elnli. hnvn thrift In nlnlntlff tir'ntisht suit for the sum of llo,la b"' Irs- E- L- Drsautels and Miss pearl Btr(et have been sold by George I "nolo contendere." which means that tho some fonn of conservation on their pro-I 2 000 has beer . Settled and discontinued. 1 nuth , M- Kn'Sht. Refreshments were D. lTarvls of thl3 clty t0 hls BOtl) DeAlton I respondent offers no defense In the case, grams. ' ' ' a; served and dancing wns Indulged In until i jr. Jarvls', possession having been taken his plea Is practically equivalent to a The following letter from Mrs. Samuel1 Miss Kvolyn fllchard at oer home, ts ana Hyde street, last evriillig It. honor of J""'' About 73 of her fiieiuls wero , "on-roux '-"ills 13. Oenerux. Mlllnn, Mrs. A. T. Stoarns and ' 1 1 . , t ., ..., mnliiiic- i,,.,..,-ini', In (Jrtinl AI. ".luginer. -"s News has been received of tho birth of late hour. a son to Lieutenant nnd Mrs. C. h. Leavltt of Newport, R. I., last Friday. Mrs. Leavltt will be remembered in Burlington as Miss Ethel Chamberlln. November 1, George D. Jarvls stated , plea of guilty and Is so entered upon Lumpkin, national chairman of thrift, Tim I tneii nmthnr Hnrrv James and la8t evening that he had retired from the books of the court, although It does for the General Federation of Women's 1 ' . I. .1 . . . I V . . . . I . . . . ... r I . . , V. i . v... r ml , n n 1 1 "oter, are mi tiled against them ln County Court yes- ado the "defendants In a suit ,he nctlvo garage business, but that for not commit the respondent to anything Clubs. Is being sent by Mrs. Dllss to all them ln County Court yes- ' ,ne Present he would continue with his 1 should the matter be taken up against presidents and State officers In Ver- tnrdiv In nilrt tin. Riirlln cton Grocery l""" Dusincss ana continue id nuva una mior in nnoiner court or on otner muni; November 18, 1920 A Move Toward Lower Trices "Will you suggest to your club -vomen r, unnn.i M,im Mra o-radiiated . ... .. in v, i charge of the vulcanizing business, i grounds. with the class of 19M at tho University vlrlnitv ot Km. said to be duo on mor- , DeAlton M. Jarvls has been o-soclated , After hearing statements of the conn- the Idea of buying at least one V ar of Vermont, Is now Under-Secretary of i chandlse untie- a bill of September 17 1 wlth M father In the garage business "el for the respondent nnd by Attor- Savings Stamp on or beforo Thanks the Armenian legation and private sec- j aiiU Thn H0ward Nntlonat Hank Is I for "lx years. Ho stated last , 'icy General Frank C. Archibald, who, giving day, as mi evidence of their retary to tho Washington. Armanlan minister at i n'(nn !ls trustee In this ca-- tlzra M. evening that he had made no plans for 'vlth State's Attorney Allen Martin gratitude for all the blessings American HortOll appears for the 'irocCV rdm- j uiimuiiiuie, dui wouiu ennLioue hi i- i'j' inr o.iiii:, ,'uime isuuer re- miW . . . ....... i serve ;ne puirous oi ine garage an 111 ;ne -.v.-i,rti ,tvi.-i.,iwii upuii ine nuowanco 01 i-iimum ,n r,.-,; ,jih,u u, .w The steamer Ticonderocn made her last past. ,vls plea until he had had time to con- buying some government security, large trip of tho season between rJuilliigton Moivln O. Morse, tax eomm!Fi"ii-r for , ' -'lr the matter. When the court came or small, as her means justify, every and rintts-hurgh Saturday, and passenger Vermont, has ,-trrange.l for the annual Hnvolvor and razor attacks figured In j-0.;terdav afternoon, and Just beforo Thanksgiving day." travel on Lake Champlaln Is nt an enu i convention of the tux uummlssloiiers of p "ivorce proreeotngs or .losepnino th rpSpin.Ient was sentenced, Judge ; The continued practice of thrift nnd New England to be held in tills cHy on "m,r" rinur nownrn, taken up ttntler said that the plea of "nolo con- economy on abasia even more extensive Dei-ember HI and 17. The tax -onimls- ' ""nty Court yesterday afternoon. tendero" wns not generally recognizee for 192ft, tho steamer erniont Having been withdrawn more than two months and guests of the commissioners will be invited to attend the convention, ard it is expected that - then- nlll be from SO to 100 people present. ago. A group of Interested farmers met at tho homo of Walter Labounty In East Charlotte Friday afternoon tn discus" bettor feeding of dairy cows. John Hitchcock, Stato dairy specialist, was prosent, also County Agent K. H. I.ove land. Tho office of the State publicity agent In this city proved to be the medium for tho sale of a largo tract of land on tho lake shore In Vergenne, which John H. Vattaw of Vcrgennes sold to a party In St. Louis, Mo., for the establishment ot a girls' camp next season. Col. W. M. Watson of South Hero, ivho has been confined to the hnii.ve by Illness for the patt three months, wis Monday morning brought to this city In the ambulance of Corbln, Frye A: Morln and was taken to the Mmy Fletcher hospital for treatment. Part of tho testimony in the dlvorco case of Anna M. Blodgctt vs. W. I!. i possible fur motor cars tn pass this way niodgett wns heard in county court lato I without much trouble. 'die road bud Monday afternoon. The petition Is )(..n undergoing extensive repairs. a gnat many loads; of stone being put in. With the exception of a few yards til r rnnd on the north side of the hill is In kolmI londiil'-'ii. fmnfiiv.ii. An..iA.i than diirlnir the war Is necessary. It Is sinners will make their headquarter.-, ut , Tl1" Petitioner brings her request for a n thc courts of Vermont, -xcept In I said, to stabilize financial conditions, the Hotel Vermont aim will hold tlielr , divorce on the grounds of Intolerable ; special rases. The acceptance of uch a' The War Stamp organisation, which iiienilnL's In the roof ir.inlnn. The wives i severity and no-.i-support. She claims ; njon, however. .n left tr. ,Vi itianmiiiMi was formed originally to assist the mat ner nusonnri attacKrei nor witn a , of the court and. taking into consldera- Treasury Department In financing the . revolver nnd also with a razor, threaten- I tion tho fact that the respondent was a war, was placed on a permanent basis ing tn take her life, and that when her soldier and would have to come before following the World War. the I'nlted father Interfered her husband turned on ' a military tribunal later, In all probabll- States government taking advantage of him with the razor and cut his head ity, the Judge said he would nltow thn ' a situation which had developed to bring badly, for which Howard was sentenced plea of "nolo contendere," If the re- ' permanent good to the wage earners of , One flvo pint bottle of Geneva gin. three five pint bottles of John DcKttyper gin, one gallon syrup can of Canadian high wine, one quart of whiskey in a gallon g'ass jug and quart of Italian wine labeled "Ferro China Monti ' were the spoils collected by the police Saturday evening In a raid at the grocery stoic of Charles ltellino on tho corner of Hattery and Cherry streets, llellli-o was arrested anil appeared In city court yaturday eve ning anil was released nn li.iil of $im. Tin- repair work on the north side of the Sunderland Hollow bill is rapidly ncirlng completion. The road through the hollow has been practically closed to traffic for some time, but it is now term In State's prison. He Is now spondent desired to enter that plea. Tie j the country brought on the grounds of intolerable severity and non-support. Then- are four minor children to be disposed of In this case. Dr. George W. Dren. who was gradu ated from the University of Vermont last June, and Miss Hose Oreenberg of Hrooklyn, X, V , wero married at tho Hotel Astor In New York city Saturday evening November 0. Dr. Dren Js at pres ent the house physician at tncGciicral hos pital ln Passaic, N. .1. Fred JIartel, who has a store on North street, and William Goyelte, who runs a restaurant known as "Billy's Lunch" on the same street, were brought Into City Court Friday afternoon on a warrant Issued by State's Attorney Allen Martin and pleaded guilty to selling liquor. Kach paid a fine of po and costs Attorney T. E. Hopkins announced Mon day tho discontinuance of the divorce petition of Isabelle T. l.altove vs. Leon F. LaRose, as tho petitioner has been out of thc State for some time past. Mr. Hopkins also announced his with drawal as nttorney for the petitionee In the cross bill which Mr. I.altose has field. Herbert William Lawience of Soutn Burlington and Mary Elizabeth Prior of j Wiillston wero united in niarriageMonday I Dr. I H. L. Hale, the soldier v-in Fort Ethan Allen, who Is said to have been driving the autnni'ibllc w. Mi .. -k the wagon of Hen Abair nn Hie in.id u the Post last Saturday ninht, was ii-lcarnl Friday on bail. Fred Murphy, who was in the car with Hnle al the time the arcl dent occurred, and who was held on $310 bail to appear as a witness In tho case, was given his freedom, the ball In both cases being furnished by Joseph Agel and Kdwanl Reeves W. A. Davison at his home, 2'-1 The marriage of Miss Margaret Pilling of Bennington, and Raymond OHswold, of Bellows Falls', took place Tuetdny In Bennington. Miss Pilling made many friends in Burlington dining the six months which she spent here as reere- ! ationnl director at Die Blue Triangle Hospitality House. She completed her wnrl; in this city about Hie first of Octo ber. Miss Matilda Fairweather, director uf the Hospitality House went to Ben nington Monday to attend the wfddlng. Ill Probate Court Friday, Lucius A. Bostwlck and S. W. Frnser, both oC this illy, were apioliited commissioners and appraisers of the estate of John H. McCuen, lato of Burlington. Mary P.. appointed ndmln I ,t.. nVI.... K.. l,n lf..f i-veillllh HI. II"! " "-m "J ; r, f r-hnhlnlln win ouuia , . . ... . ., ., u i. isirainx in nu- i'iiuii- m rn-n ,.,, Wlllard street. Mr. Lawrence is a popular , ' , ' ' ""., V' ,. ,, conductor on the street railway a,,, the N? Jones both of Chaute young couple are to make their homo In , , .. , ' ,. T1,.,. young coup he city. Henry Joseph, who was recently taken Into custody following a fire at the St. Joseph's Orphanage on Noith avenue, which ho was charged with setting, was Tuesday afternoon taken to Water bury, where ho will be committed to tho State hospital on an order ot the Pro bate Court, beforo which ho appeared Tuesday morning, There is on exhibition in one of the windows of the Chittenden Cointy Farm Bureau otllce a silver loving cup, tho prize won by tho County Farm Bureau for tho best county exhibit at the Ver mont State fair this fall. On the side of the cup tho following Inscription is engraved: "County Agrl. Exhibit. 1!C. Chittenden County." A petition In bankruptcy has been en tered n the elerk'H otllco of tho I'nlted States District Court In thin city by ilufus L. Allen of Darre. The creditor holding security Is A. .1. Pauquct of Burre, tho security being a joint note of Mr. Allen nnd Sarah T. Allen of Hard wlck for 5W. He has unsecured claims amounting to "745.80. Tho First Church will observe the ter centenary celebration or the landing of the Pllgrlmn. Wednesday evening, De cember 15 The Rev. G. G. Atkins, D. D., of Detroit, a former pastor of tho commissioners and appraisers. Theie was a settlement and decree In tho estate ot" Amos C. Humphrey, late of Underbill. Dr. rind Mrs? Henry C. Putty of Fort Plain, N. V., have announced the en gagement of their daughter, Alice, to Charles Kimball Wort hen of Burlington. Miss Petty Is a graduate of Schenectady High School, class of 1019, and was u member of the freshman class at tho I'nlverstty of Vermont last year. Mr. Worthcn was president of the class of to residing ln Lexington, Ky., according to plea was so entered. the best Information avnilable. He wns formerly a cavalryman nt Fort Ethan Allen. Tho petitioner Is living ln Bur lington. She was represented at tho hearing by Attorney J. H. Mlmms. Some slight difficulties with the trolley -en-ice of the Burlington Traction com pany, and a little with tile wires of tho Western Union resulted from the storm of Tuesday night which left sleet over everything yesterday morning. There was no serious difficulty anywhere, however, such as was experienced further south In tho vicinity of Rutland. The Traction Drives having been eliminated, the sales arc now on a more normal bals. Attorneys Lean- and Blnek souirlit to secure a fine, without a sentence to serve anl the results show that the people time. In tnelr pleas, they called attention llavn come to a realization of the value to thc good army record" of the respond- f steady saving and the safety and In ent who has been In the service nbont vestment possibilities of War Savings four years, having served during thc securities. The figures- are also proof World War In England and France. The that the public has come to a sober first discharge of the respondent, se- , realization of the continued needs of cured at the end of his three-vear serv- ' ih" government In paying thc bills of lcn period, gives him a elrnn record, and tho war. While assisting In that work It was stated that ho had never beforo ,hv P"hllc at the same time Is Investing been hrouglit under the civil law for any I In a security that pays at maturity about misdemeanor and had never been In tho ' four nn,i one-fourth per cent Interest, gunrd house. He had risen from the rank : The value of a security that enables l!m !.... ... i. - ... . . , nnnnU trt e n tn In umnll nmnillltu bns company experienced some trouble In get- ' " " - "Y'" " 1 . . The TbV.7 Stamn ting it cars Into operation yesterday " " " ' " !- "V"n""" "f L , hnfc morning the wires belne nretlv well "u" " UUI;"" "n ujiicer. nn auornoys i---v......w '7 iiuiniius. me wins neing preuj wen ,. , . ,inuii.,r nr in.mn,m' snvi more than coated with sleet, but the difficulty had ' """ ,7" ' n h ii wM. DIS- amount s carried and or- of age and well fitted tor good "service 1 ganlzntions the gospel of thrift and tho to his country, his attorneys argued that (necessity for saving, ami excellent prog it would ho a mistake to spoil ills chances .ii .. . , ..... i ,n,u,,.-i i it,, hi ii .-uii Liiitniieii . il nils i iieun iiiiiiciiiuico in a large exieiu unu ,. . . . . . t t ,.o sn m r-,i0i n....... . ,.. j.. .... said. It would serious v niurn his Last year .the 12 Federal Reseie in "ii r,u u, ei.n, (u .e.ncy ,n rhnnp, , thn nrmv ,, .,- , , ' trlcts sold Savings Stamps to the trouoie so mat mero was no no nyinscneu- ,, , " ,, . " I,r iinnniifn r-ii,i ,,.i,.i. .... ... ' ll Sllimor.lhle rllsrh.-lrirn .inrl lumumunt Of S13 1 .230.6S , . S 1. FfClO SecrCtarlC u.es ves.ern union wires gave some P,tlnhi. a V-T,. Z into industrial plants, schools trouoie nut aid not seriously imneue. the Impede. Fcrvlce. There wore a few telephone lines nut of order, but no more than usual after any storm. The town hall in South Burlington was the scene of a gala affair Wednesday .Nov. 10 when DnnM O Brien, represents of realizing his anihltlon to become commissioned officer It was argued, also, by the attorneys for the respondent, that the facts In the tlve from that town, gave a dance to the case showed that Hale did not dellbcr populoce. Repitsentatlve O'Brien led ately get intoxicated, knowing that he the grand march. Dancing was enjoyed wa going to drive the car. It wns not by about ISO couples until one o'clock In . his rar, and be wni riding with another ihe morning. During the evening re freshments were served. Mr. O'Brien mrty. Rut when this1 other party fMtti- ihy) became too Intoxicated to properl made the announcement that, In return handle the inn-hlne. Hale took charge, for the aid given htm this year by the because ho thought lie was In better eon- women voters of the town, he would be willing and ready to aid some woman In being elected as his successor two years hence. The guests Included several of the Burlington city officials. This Is tho fifth consecutive time that Mr. O'Brien has won to the State Legislature. Be sides these five times he wns three times elected before, so that his eight terms dltlon to drive than was Murphy. In reolv 'li - ',e-its and for State, Attorney General Archllii!-' and State's At o-1 V ,111 Martin asked for a sentence including a term of con finement in the House of Correet'on and a fine larcre enough to nay for the costs if prosecution. They thought that only sentence of eor.f! ement would serve of service make him one of the oldest '10 purpose to adequately punlfh an members of that body, If not tho oldest, in point of service. ress was made along tnose lines. 1 ne work having been well organized, State offices nil over the United States wero closed on January 1, 1520, and the execu tive direction was concentrated In the headquarters office of each district. This office for New England is at 25 Arch street. Boston'. Activities are now conducted through Industrial plants, schools, women's and fraternal organizations, and the results are mos' encouraging for good citizen ship and nn Intelligent, Independent and thrifty people. RELIC OF WAR OF 1812 ' Woman's Union Suits 1.98 Reg. $2.75 and $2.98 grades Winter weight cotton in two styles, low neck, sleeveless and Dutchess neck, elbow sleeves, sizes 36 to 44. Women1 s Kid Ghves 2.50 pr. Reg. 53.50 grudes Gloves of the finest French lambskin in black only with white stitching and embroidered backs. Sizes 6, 6 1-4, 6 1-2, 6 3-4 and 7. Brown Lisle Hosiery 50c pr. Regularly 69c pair. Burson Stockings are made without a seam, the lisle stockings are medium weitrht, shaped to fit at the ankle and outwear any other stocking wr know . of. They are worth on the new low market 69c pair. Regular and outsizes in black only 50c pair. Best Quality Outings 25c yd The former 39c to 50c i-rades Two thousand yards of the best 27 in. outings in a wide variety of colored stripes and plain white, heaviest quality, 25c yard. Yard Wide Outings 39c yd, Formerly 59c. These are the yard wide goods that cut to splen did advantage for most purposes best quality out ings in pink, tan and blue stripes, reduced to 39c yd. Women's Halj Linen Initial Handkerchiejs 40c each. To-day's price 25c Handkerchiefs are very firm and not coming down immediately. We have 50 dozen half linen initial handkerchiefs that are fine for personal use as well as for gift purposes, 25c each if you buy thmc now. PercalesGinghams 29c yd Formerly 39c and 50c yard The percales are a yard wide, shown in a variety of pretty light patterns, ginghams are 27 in. wide in patterns most desirable for children's dresses,, etc. Mncnononcli Clinpter Get finvel Made from guilder of nridsh Frlcntc Commodore MncDonoueh Chapter, United States Daughters of 1S1", has re contlv received from Miss Evelyn Bene dict the gift of an oak gavel which be- i 1 The following letter accompanied the offence of this kind and protect tho pmY . lie welfnro against those who attempted to drive motor vehicles while Intoxicated. ' They pointed out tho undlsputablo cw gavel when it was presented to Mr. Bene denre of the crime, the fact that the diet: team which was struck was nlmost out "Herewith I send you an onk gavel, of the road on Its own side, so that there Whllo Its Intrinsic value Is but small, was no excuse for It being struck, The vet as a relic of the late War of 1812-1" OBITUARY Jnmr F.gun Jamos Egan of Monkton, who had been III five weeks with blight's dlsoaso at thc home of his sister. Mrs. M. F. Ryan, net te gm oi ... " " - mVl chrry 8trect. died last evening at onged tolier father. Robert T. Benedict. 6.4f .cIopk IIc wns born n Bolton ln six o'clock people began to arrive, and -nso ,h" havo c0"10 to wnlc,h because tho house was packed at 0:45 ho said, showed beyond a doubt that the o'clock the show was started ln advance respondent was Intoxicated. Tho attorney fraternity. Hu Is ut inesent employed by tho General Electrlo company of Schenectady. Motorists who have driven over the Sandbar Bridge recently lcport the largo culvert to be under repair. Workmen aro busy widening tho bridge so that UNIVERSITY NOTEa The student night Thursday at the Majestic, 'managed by the Key and Ser nellt sneietv. nroved verv successful, hnth In entertainment and In enthusiasm. At i,lal s "norney reviewcu ine raeis in mo It may oe rreasureu o- you ji is muuo from a piece or the original ruuner po-t or the British frigate Macedonian fpart of which was presented to mo by the late Cant. Delano. U. S. Navv. I "On thc 2"th day of October, 1S12, thn gallant Commodore Decatur, while cruis ing a short distance -vest of tho Canary Islands In the United States frlgato I'nlted States, 4t guns, fell In with the British frigate Macedonian, 49 guns, and Immediately engaged her. "The fight was one of the most terrific I of the war. After a two hours' engage ment. In which the United States was of the usual time. Tom Monro In "Stop Thief" proved satisfactory to everyone, nnd the students' vaudeville that fol lowed was equally so. Tho Mandolin club, consisting of F. S. Pense, Jr., "21, E. C. Hinds '21, Gordon Spooncr, '22, A. W. Butter. '21, A. H. Cheney. '21, L. S. Bart lett, '21, S. D. Smith, '2i and D. M, Clark, '23 played two selections of popular airs general called attention to the fact that thle proof of Intoxication while driving an automobile was nlone enough to con stitute a crime, even though the acci dent had not occurred. He thought thnt tho welfare of tho public demanded that the sentence should Include a term of confinement. In pronouncing sentence upon Hale, Judge Butler sum It was a most unfor 1SG0. tho son of Patrick Egan nnd Ellen Shcehan. In 1SGD he married Adell Jen kins of Monkton, who died flvo years ago. He Is survived by seven children: Mrs. Stanis Rivers, Lucius, Wtlma, Elizabeth, Amanda, James and Don Egan; by his mother, Mrs. Ellen Egan Ryan; by six sisters and six brothers, Thomas of Ver- Morln Sunday afternon at two o'clock, and the Interment was mndo ln Lako View cemeteiy. -Vnlluin Spear Nathan Spear died very suddenly Tues day afternoon at hla summer home- at Grand Isle. Mr. Spear was ln Burling ton Monday, visiting his son, nnd left for Grand Isle on tho evening train, apparently In his usual health. He wan taken suddenly 111 In ,tho night. Dr. Branch attended him and was about ta leave Tuesday afternoon when Mr. Spoai suddenly passed away. Nathan Spear was born nt Galesburg, III., on July Is, 1SG9, being the son of tlio late Ellas .--pear. Fur years he had been a well-known nnd popular traveling 1D23 and a member of Alpha Tau Omega I and followed by paying In concert with luaK" sulu ') was n niost umor- f-o. II.. i ... ,.,s,.n, mr.1v,..l (lie i.rrlu.alrn some of Ihe Vennni.l sonirs. tlimito nffalr, R HOriOllS matter l)Oth for u'hil,. a,.' .i,,,i'nni. .m. win, h..m. Tt,nv "'e respondent ll ml for the State, for It i,i uttle Intnred. the Macedonian struck were followed' by n pantomlne sketch, was upon the soldiers of tho country that , )er coiors and surrendeied with a loss The Death of Little Eva." With very , 1 k u V ' k,1,od nnu wlll,llpl1 of morc t,lan n gennos, John and Lawrence of Underbill, salesman throughout Vermont nnd north William of Bolton, Martin of Bristol, ern New York, reprosc ntlr.g the Spoar Conn., and Francis of Bellows Falls, Mrs. Martin Fur i ompany of this city, later Norr's Hamel and Mrs. William Fisher becoming a member of the llrm. Ho la of Hartford, Conn., F.llznbeth E. Egan survived by bis wife and one son, Harold of Nashua, N. H.. Mrs. M. F. Ryan, Spear. Mary and Teresa of this city. Ho was a member of Burlington Coun- Jnmes Egan was a man of sterling char- , cil, No. 231, U. (.'. T. acter. a faithful son and dovoted father, ' nnd his death will bo mourned by many friends. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. complete stage settings this sketch depicted tho demise of tho re nowned character In "Uncle Tom'a Cabin" one-net "ml tl ,!0,fI,cr should bo nn example to two cars will bu able to pass thereon. ; step ladder to heaven nt the climax, tho In tho past this bridge has been consld- applause was deafening. In this skit wero the community. The fact that this trou bio hnd been brought about through In- nnd when R.' T. Palmer, '22. ascended tho ""c" In Intoxicating liquor, which the ' i..,i.n .1 nn f limt, (ill, nl.rn ...Ill I.. i .'I'l'u'icin .,'v v. ., ,,,, nru win, in tensified rather than mitigated tho serl- hundrod men. "It Is said that, for a while, our then enemies woro well-nigh paralyzed be- ered one ot the most dangerous places Palmer, "22, as "Little Eva." B. K. on the highway, and there have been stv- Greene, '21, as her mother R. M. White, oral accidents there. It has been Impos- '22, as her father, E. H, Famhnin, '21, as church is to bo the speaker. A supper H. Weaver, headquarters company, 77th for the Brotherhood will be served nt Field Artillery, and Mrs. Estella Strong C.15 P. M. The address will bo given ln Brooks, of Burlington. Tho ceremony wns tho church and open to tho public. j performed by Captain J. R. Benjamin, I chnplaln United States Army, Sergeant There will bo a very Important meet- Weaver, who has been In thc army for Ing' of the Chittenden County Farm Bu- 27 years, was u nn mber ot the Second reuu ut tho hcIiooIIioubo hall ln Wost Cavalry at Fort Ethan Allen and also Charlotte on Tuesday evening, Novom- served In the World War with thc "7th ber 23. Everybody Is cordially invited. Field Artillery, which Refreshments, will bo served, free of Fort Ethan Allen. chnrgo. Tho speaker of tho evonine will bo I prcBiuoni ui urn en.iu.it c . ,,, th(J KnfK)ts of Com)UH pilgrimage al Federation. tllu presentation of the statue of Lafuyetto I.. 1...n.... , ,lw. l..wM..n,... i,or,1lct fnr lb ilof eniln n t was " 'nunc, nun kivi.ii "i ""6i slide before tho repair work was .started i "Topsy," and S. D. Smith, '22, as' tho '"ice ol uB nposeu upon for a person approaching thn bridge from 1 wicked slave driver, Tho functions of respondent. either side to see whether there was an- trees nnd cakes of Ico were performed , rho Jl'' waf " l!'1 ,y,!f T''. mrn" other vehicle, approaching from the ' by D. M. MacLeod, '22. J. Grelg. '21. F. S. , " H.1 "V" . tMK J'f,", opposite side. Towle, '21, 1). M. Beckwlth. '23, H. M. wouM Bo t o jury trial, hut since It did , soniciing nnd i w. Butter "M. ,l0t' tho Jur men Vure aR:lln reused News has been received In this city of . ""' , , , ,i, until this morning nt nine o'clock, when the marriage at Camp Lowls, American .,, ,, f the Arioi " ts expected a Jury case will bo ready. Lake, Wash., of Color Sergeant William ,, nn,,, ... M,.nT.en1. . an .!.. ant business manager. At a meeting of the Y. M. C. A. cabinet at two o'clock yesterday afternoon at 'Irs. Hlmlru Brown Mrs. Eimlra Brown, w.fe of Tuffleld Brown of 22! North Winooskl avenue, died about trree o'clock Thunday morn- . lug at the ago of 17 years. Mrs. Brown .John a. Sehllllnger ha,4 bcon m hinct, j,Jly SnP HUrvlve.l John G. Schllllnger, division engtneerfor besides her liiii.and, by one daughtor. tho Rutland railroad for 10 yearn, and 20 Milry, of this ity. by two si ns, Charles cause of tho reverses on the sea. The years previous to that division engineer of South Burlington nnd Will am E. of British newspapers burst forth raglpg for tho New York Central, died Friday this city; by three sisters, Mrs. Olive Bar- nn nol.rnil (l,n 1 r, nll n v, Af.,rl fl n nf ...nl-i, nln. n'lAn1. . I, T,i,u rrtt f !1,,,1 Mro 1 lt.llu.n nf nilfllnlftn ousness or ine "r- ' laws or tlio ( KnBand nnc) t,Pm dlsera-ed by a piece mont of cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. and .Mrs. .Mary Ish.im of Barro. and by ....... ...... .......... "of striped bunting flying nt the mast Schllllnger was found unconscious In his tnreo brothers, W'lllam 1-rai els ot soutn. head of a few tbln-bullt frigates manned room Wednesday evening after a guest Burlington. So'oman Francis of Middle by a handful of men Yankee fishermen in u nearby room had notified tho manage- bury and Louis Francis of this city. Tho and outlaws. ment that somo one was moaning In tho funeral was held Saturday morning at "The comment, though stated In Inn- room. Mr. Scbll'ingor was found on the eight o'clock ut t. Joseph's Church with gunge morn forcible than pleasant, never- floor of his room and hla condition was Interment In Mount Calvary cemetery, theless was true." ' so serious that removal to a hospital was Commodore MncDonough Chapter not thought best. His wife was with him treasure the gn-e! most hlehy nnd feel when ho died. ' deeply grateful to Miss Benedict for her Mr. Schllllnger was Mi years old and gift. wns born at New Lebanon, N. Y. He wns graduated from Greylock Institution, JOINT DANCE. Greylock, Mnss., Philips Andover Acad emy, demanded, said Judge Butler, that a sen- i . EDUCATIONAL WORK j Knlulit- of Culumlm ('mitviuiillite I nnd from Cornell In 1SD2. Besides the Kappa fc'lgma house, final nrrangn- ' Nlnht School ror i:-Servlce Men j KnluMs of CoIihiiIiuh nnd Daughter of his wife, ho Is survived by one son, Mar monlH for tho llnanc al campaign of tho Tm Rlate deputies and tho grand i unhrUa Pr.Ml.le llnjoynble Affair - . . kn elits ot t 10 M councils or tlin Tvtilelits Osrnr Pnliucr Oscar Palmer, aged SS years old, died Monday at the Mary F'etiher hospital. Mr Palmer was a member rf Compnny G, Second Vermont Infantry, In the Civil War, and wns the last Civil War veteran In the town of Hlnesburg. Tho body was C. A. is to raise -1.000 for local expenses . -Columbus of Vermont mm venterdov and foreign work. Pledges are to bo ,n0rnlng Inthe New She rwonrl nt ten was organized at ma,1 to representatives of tho Y. M. ,,'cloclc, with Stato Deputy E. J. Howard C. A. on tho first three days of this week. of uiows Falls presiding. I Tho program OI tile , M, t A. Is thn -rt,.. ..meilnir whr enl1l fr. T 1.? MtiAllllir ...1... ..A.,n(1 I,,..,, ...I , . ,., tl.. . . - ,, : .. . .un,w IJ. Cornwall of Mlddlebury. " ' ; ; rBV"T """rt"ku"' , t':ulo,,al wof " b 'lone b-v th knights furnla,lP exCeiont music. During the eve- Mr. -,v tin, 12 years old. The body wns removed lln 111 l"p uiu-oiuikiuu- imnurs ui uu . f.....,i ..nrini nf r-nri.in i-,v. .-. & Dower, and was taken Tuesday to The Joint dance hold last evening at the Morln. and thero lay In stato for the irincsliurg, Hotel Vermont by Deboesbrland Council, benefit of the railroad men. No. 279, Knights of Columbia, nnd St. The body was taken Sntunlny morning Cecelia Court of the Daughters of Isabella on ti10 ll:SS o'clock trnln to New Lebanon was attended by about 300 couples nnd Centor, N, Y where tho funeral and Inter- where the ruticra! was held that afternoon at two o'clock, with Interment in the ll.ncsburg cemetery. A brought In Saturday morning by the jury ln tho County Court case of Clay ton J, Burko vs. Antolno Potvln, In which ovldenco was submitted Frlduy, The plaintiff In this case sought to re cover damages for a Uyery horse which ho claimed tho defendant had Injured by Improper driving and fulluro to give proper enro. Post of tho American Legion n splendid picture of the American cemetery al Romagne sous Montfaucon, France. It was at Montfaucon, that Major 11. Nel son Jackson, one of tho few Vermont men who reeelved an American Dis tinguished Service Cross nnd was deco rated twice by the French government, received his severe wounds during the Argoiinn-Mcuso offensive. ir.VKU'r. AX'rittixoiiicxi. clock II S SIIIMNC. SI X An Illinois artisan, forinerly a master clock builder ami Instructor, has after five years' offort, produced an unusual astronomical eloclc In wtiUh tho earth Is Illuminated by phosphorescent rays las uronosed by the sunreme rnunell. " "Z.L""" noi.rn.i.n Ilirrn-H MVKHTOC;k FOR visit- Th0 uUprem'e council has outlined plans .u ,, J, , Z f ih. Uh. I Frederick Bonrassa, formerly of 1 1 I whereby frco night schools nro to bo mnjorltv of tho Stato officers of tho ' thls c,,y' ',U'd Frll,n' Ht Ann Arbor, Another contribution to (he cause of conducted for tho express benefit of nil Knights of Columbus who were In the s"c" ' hody was hrouglit to Bur- better livestock for Vermont has Just been ex-servico mon. ine state deputy ex- c)ty yesterday nttetidlng tho meeting of "nK'" Humiay tor the runerni unit in- (ronl tt, HUI, nn, miion. siates Popular Issued from the otflce of tho Extension plalnca to me nsnrmmy the dotalls by Klut(t officers hold at tho New Sherwood '"mom. .mtk. iiourussu was auss r.mnui Mechanics Magazine lu nn Illustrated Service of tho University of Vormont in which the plan Is to b operated and Hotel were guests ut the dnnce. Dancing Hathaway and sho was born at Clinton- nrtlclo for December. By means of cor- tho form of a poster prepared by John placed beforo each of tho ollleers tho W!lH enjoyed both In tho mnln dining v,llei N- V" 01 'rs ugo. rectly designed pinions the m'nlaturo A. Hitchcock, extension specialist In case as It would Interest him In his own r00m and In tho lobby from nino until 8ne ls survived by her husband: by catth Is made to rovolvo 3"."J times while dairying, for use In tho butter sires cam- locality. Thn courses nnd text books one o'clock. three dnughten, Miss Emma Fountain of making one circuit of tho sun and, as pnlgn. This poster carries photograplm Imivo been chosen under tho direction of Much credit Is duo tho Joint committee Burlington, Mrs. Enrl Klines of Ann t s tilted nt a 23a degrees nngle, tho f tlio supremo council. of tllc Knights and the Daughters of Arbor, Mich., and Miss hylvlnn Bournssn sensonal changes are plainly shown, Tho of a typlcul slro of each of tho four dairy breeds, Ayrshire, Guernsey. Holsteln, uml Definite plans to bo followed lu- thn lufiiu.iin for the wnv In whleb the nvri- of Illon, N, Y, ; by ono son, William inon innl.-es ihe clicuit of tho earth ,i. i.. juimty, a weu-Hiiuwn eu. ...ner- jersey, anil sets rortn in urier form tlio local council nave not yet been fully de In Probnto Court j'estcrday Arthur Mansenu of Winooskl was nppolnted clal traveler, who fusliles at SO North manner In whlyh the iiho of such an unl- elded upon, but administrator of tho estate of Lugenlo Wlllard street, suffering an accident mal will result In more profitable dnlry- Casey will have thn plans ready to an- carried out. E, J. Morln was the chair innsoau, mie m mm viu.iKu, ilium .uiiiiuiiy which is causing ,iun cun- ing. i nis posier is using (lisirlbuteu , nounco in a snort time, man of the general committee. F. Edward Allnrd and Hector llunrd, sldurahlu pain. Mr. Ripley, who Is more through the county iigoiitH, ' The meeting adjourned at four n-eloek both of Winooskl, were appointed com- than 70 years of age, was going down yesterdny nfternoon. Tho district depu- Merchants do not suppress storo news. niiEHionur r- .iie.u ,yn, pcun niutu-, ,,,., ti. uifiiiin, i,i niejia ueiwui'ii u iiiuiii viiii.u iieuu mo nun (.mi euooso (no post decrees In Iho estates of Patrl k Kehoe, bo uses us his offico and another If you arc earning only half wh not yet been fully de- nlng's entertainment was nrranged and Fountain of Schenoctndy, N, Y.; by live n exactly tho right time, keeping ono Grand Kulght D. J. the successful manner In which It was, brothers, Thomas Hnthaway of Worces- sdo earthward continuously and golns ties present were P. J, Peutegast of Ben- They make a point of telling tho whole ninKtnn, mepnen jinscou of st, Albans, story and If you inlss to'day's Install If you arc earning only half what you late of Charlotte, and Ell O. Turrlll, lato re n In li's residence Ho bad on new think you nro worth, wnlt-h the classl-. Harold A. O'Brien ot Rutland and Daniel ment you are mlbslng a vital iwrt of thc GnorKo. t shoos which caused him to slip and, flu J ads for an opportunity1 to catch uplllleuly o White River Junction. i store's story. ter, Mass., Halsey of Ausablo Forks, through nil the phases anil eclipses, A N, V., Arnold and C, M, Hathnwny of lnrgo dial nbnvn tho refiuyntion clock Burlington, and Byron of Chester, Pa.; dial keeps accurate track of tho seasons,, and by ono sister, Mrs, Gertrude Asplund months, days, and nours. of Cllntonvllle, N, Y, Sho was twice married. Your loss amounts to tunny dollars The funeral services wero held at rnrh week that you fall to study tho the fun oral parlors of Corbln, Frye & ( classified.