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VkRMOnJT WATCHVAN & STATE JOLRNAL, THURDAY DECEMBKR 15, iqic
TRADE CONTINUES GOOD
TONE SLIGHTLY BETTER
MRS. ROOT IS SENTENCED
HRADSTRHUTS UKCKIVUS rk
i'Orts from various in.
rustries ln vermont.
TRANHAOTIONS IX STOCK
MARKET IS MUCH
MUST SUKVi: NOT LESS THAN
TWO YEAKS L AV1NDS011
AIR. S1IIPS, Count Zeppelln and Wllbnr Wrlght Aoroplnnes
25c to $1.25
HOT AIU ENG1NES, for Children with a bent for mcchanics
$1.25 lo $0.50
ELECTItlC TIIACTION ENQINE, with cars and trnck complcto
$1.50 lo $!).(I0
MAGIC LANTERNS BOc to $.00
13LULDING BLOCKS, ln Wood and Stonc 25c lo $2.00
CHILDUEN'S TEA SETS ., 5c to $3.00
DRUMS 25c to $2.00
GAMES OP ALL KINDS 5c to $1.50
Dolls and Doll Furniture
DOLLS of all kinds, unbrcakablo Dolls, jolntcd Dolls and Dolls
with kid bodies.
A LARGE SERV1CEABLE DOLL, absolutely tinbreakablo .. 50c
A HANDSOME DOLL, fully drcssed 25c
DOLLS' CRADLES PIANOS
DOLLS' BEDS TRUNKS
DOLLS' DRESSERS WASH SETS
MODEL RANGES, raado oMron and tin 25c to $3.00
Books for Children
BOOKS for Children oc to 50c
The Boston Bargain
0 dous joijbx XuMptioja v Sujjq o.your very door, glvlng to you the cen
ius and needle-work of the very pick of Metropolltan Tailors. Thesc
craftsmen know how to make clothes that have Character, Personality,
Style and Fit from your Hieasurcs, which gives them practlcally a BI110
Print of your body.
I receive dupllcate orders from oldcustomers in nearly every Stato ln the
Union. This speaks for itsclf. AVhy not glve me a trlal now? Samplcs
wlll be shown you at 27 St. Paul street, or at your office or Home.
SUITS or OVERCOATS from $21.00 to $50.00.
Also Made to Order Shirts and Made -
IMI TP A Mri? Fire Life Health, Accident, Plate
iNdUftiilll'L Glass, Employera' Liability.
Joseph G. Brown
"The Pioneer Insurance Agency"
Blanchard Block 'Phone 109-1
Barre Opera House
FOX & EATON, Lessees
J. E. HOBAN, Resldent Igr.
Thursday, December 15
Flrst Local Productlon of the ono
blg New York Hlt.
l'rli'OS. . . 50c, 75c, Ql.'.n nnd $1.50.
A (iiiiirnntccd AttnicUon.
Seats now solllug at Buswell's Book
OKT TIIK OKMJIXi: AL1VAYS
A eubstltuto Ia a dangorous make
sMft especlally In medlclno. Tho
genulco Foley's Iloncy and Tar cures
coughs and colds quickly and is ln a
yellow packago. Accept no substl
tutes. Sold by all Drugglsts, udv.
p, Opera House Blk.,
OtOrC Main St j
to - Order Underwear, Coes
G. G. PUTMAN & SON
Of Annual Meeting of the
Rutland and Montpele
Railroad Compa "
Tho annual meeting of tho Btock
holdors of tho Rutland and Montpel
ier Rallroad Co wlll bo hold at tho
offlco of tho Unlon Mutual Flro Ins.
Co Montpelier, Vt on Tucsday, Jan
unry 3rd, 1911, at 7 o'clock p. ni., for
tho olectlon of offlcors and for Uio
trunsactlon of any other buslness
which may bo dono withln tho cor
porato powers of tho company.
JOSEPH G. BROWN,
adv. d 14-1G-20-23-27-30 Clork.
' aro prcpaml in convenlent form of slmpla
mcdlcinal euLstnnccs, mott bcncllclal In tho
! treatment of throat nfloctlonB. Freo from
i oplntcs or other hcrmful Initrcdlcnts.
Frico, 2Lc, SOc nnd Cl.OO. bnmplofrco
I Jol n I. Drovrn lk Scn Rcntnn, Mau,
1 wttimtyy.nfvir.ji; r"i
Dry Slab Wood
Lubor Oent'nillf Well Employed tind
MJUs Hnvc Fnlly as Much Ilusl
HCS8 As lloportcd At Same Xlnip
Lnst Ycur Montpelier Griinile
Mnnufiicturcrs Complcto Yenr-Entl
Reports to Bradstreets for tlio
week show labor ia wcll employed and
mllls havo fully as much buslness ae
was reported for eame perlod last
imnH 'I'lin nnnl It'nnt in fr T II n Witr
SSjhas put moro lifo lnto retall tnulu
"js'ln seasonablo goods. Ilollday Irade
i has bcgun in real earneat ln oltie3 and
SSjrctail mcrchanta aro lncroa.ing their
Slelghing haa asslsted fnrmcr.s ln
ZHi I bringlng in produco and other ar-j-".1
tlclcs for ealo.
! ! Reports from marblo nianufactur-
1 ers show a fair amount of buslnesa
"5 ! 011 hand and tho outlook for near
: future reasonnbly good, although tho
dcmand for nionumental work Is not
JSjns largo as lt has becn ln previouB
SS yeara. Further reporta from maplo
"jeugar apparatus manufacturers noto
! a llheral aupply of orders on hand and
! among some concerns in this lino
twlco the amount of businces Is re
ported as being dono over that of a
Machlno manufacturors report no
chango in the general condltlon, eomo
plants havo conslderablo buslness on
hand, owlng to pecullar work dono,
while ln other llnes the demand ls
"Wholeaalo dealers ln shoes report
an increaao in sales and collectlons
in thla llne comlng in fairly well. Tho
season among confcctlonery manu
facturers and jobbers shows sales of
hollday goods about completed for
the year. Tho domand this eoason
has been in exceea of that of a year
ago. Dealore in general hardware
note eomo improveme'nt. Collectlons
aro incllnod to be slow.
One falluro was reported for the
week. Burlington merchants roport
hollday trade has opened early. Good
slelghing has helped ' buslness to
somo extent and cold weather brlght
ened up the demand for eeasonable
goods. But little change ie reported
among inanufacturing interests.
Rutland reports that the larger
manufacturlng Interests are reason
ably well employed. Marble manu
facturers have a fair amount of now
buslness on hand. Retall merchants
say hollday trade has been a little
larger eo far than it was for the same
period of a year ago.
At St. Albans manufacturlng plants
are reasonably well employed. Holl
day trade is slow in devloplng but
the outlook for tho remainder of sea
son promises well.
Reports from St Johnsbury say
labor is fairly well employed. Re
tall trade is fully as good ae usual
for the season of the year whlle some
coraplalnt is heard of slow payments.
Montpelier manufacturers report
labor well employed; granite manu
facturers have nearly completed tho
year end contracts. Retall trade has
shown some improvement.
Barre reports eome improvement ln
i retall buslness among merchants in
seasonablo goods. Owlng to pecullar
conditions of a year ago the outlook
for hollday buslness Is much better.
Bellows Palls reports a now shlrt
factory comnienced buslness the past
week. Retall buslness ls fairly good
although it is developlng slowly.
At Brattleboro manufacturers are
employed on full tlme, cool weather
Bennington knlt goods plants aro
is sald to have improved retail trade.
employed to full capaclty. Tho waxcd
paper plant notes a libcral increase
ln buslness. Certaln llnes of machlnno
buslness aro well employed, whlle
otners are not doing as much as
usual. Hollday trade ls developlng
IHyr firowlli of reinent liidnstry.
New York, Dec. 14. The growth of
the ceinent Industry in the Unlted
States and the wldo varlety of pur
poses for which ceinent products aro
now used are coiiiprehenslvoly Illus
trated lu the blg Coment Show which
opened ln Madison Square Garden to
day, The show is glven undor the
ausplccs of the Ainorican Assoclatlon
of Portland Cement Manufacturers,
whoso annual convention is now ln
scsslon here. The exhiblt that at
tracted most attentlon from tho
crowd that attended tho oponlng this
afternoon was the fanied Edison
poured cement house, a commodlous
one-famlly structuro of eight rooms,
which tho inventor clalms can bo
bullt at a cost of $1200. The outsldo
and lntorlor walls, the roof, floors.
atnlrs and all of tho extorlor ornamen
tatlon are of relnforced concreto
Tho dxhlblt was set up undcr tho per
sonal suporvlslon of Mr. Edlson.
For Evory Llvlnf? Thlng on tho Fnnn
Huniplircys' Yctcrlnnry Spcclilcs.
C00 Page Book froo, on tho Troatmcnt nnd
Caro of HorHcs, Cnttlo, Sheop, Dogs,
Hogs nnd Poultry, also Stablo Clinrt tc
hang up, mailed froo.
A. A. For FKVEItS. Alltlt Fovcr, I.un Perer.
II. II, For S1'11AI.8, LamrnoM, Itlicuiiiuil.m.
C. O. Iror6(mi!Tliront,Ki)ltocllf. Ul.leiniior.
I). D. For WOU.MS, Iloli. (Jruba,
K. IS, For COlinilB. Colda. Innuenzs.
F. F. For COMU. Ilellyarho, Dlarrliea.
O. G. FroieuU MISCAUUIARK.
II. II. For KII)I!Y and IllaJ.ler dl.orden.
I. I. ForSKINDIHUAHUS.Manse.Kriiptlonai
J. II. For MAD CO,DrriO. IiidlKeilUin.
At druggists or sont pr6pnid on rocoipt
of prlco. 60 cts. oaoh.
UOMPIH1EVS' IIOMEO, MEDICINE CO Cornor
Wllllcm uud Ann Btreou, uw York.
Ittilk of Trtulltig Is Limltcd to Lcsh
Tlum Hulf u Hcorc of Actlve Ihsucs.
Somo Chccr For Flnnnclnl Dlstrlct
In tlic Improiod Demand For
Now York, Dcc. 14. Apart from
Its sllghtly bettcr tono today's stock
market differed in no essontlal feat
urc from that of the prectdlng day's.
Buslness was at much lowcr cbb
though dlsplaylng a broader tondcn
cy, which took in such spe'claltles as
General Electrlc, Western Maryland
and Amcrlcan 'Beet Sugar, but the
bulk of tho tradlng was limltcd, as
usual, to lcss than half a scoro of ac
Tho linanclal dlstrlct lliuls somo
chccr ln tho better dcmand for bonds
and other hlgh grade Issues in an-
tlclpatlon of tho largo January Inter
est and dlvldcnd dlsbursemonts, but
the Increase Is yet too small to make
a markcd lmprcsslon on this class
Reductlon of the dlvldend by one
of the mlnor steel companies was
equally lnoffttti rtgardlng tho
stocks of the moro lmportant con
cerns ln that Industry, Unlted States
Steel comtnon holdlng steady the
greatcr part 'of tho scsslon ns a re
sult ln part of the tentatlvo order of
ralls given by the New York Central
Tht annual report of the Southern
Paclflc Company for 1009-10 con
toined little 'that waa not lalready
known, but thej statement showfnfe
earnings at tho rate of almost 13
per cent on tho common stock, an
Increase of about 3 per cent ovtr tho
prevlous year, Imparted a flrmer tono
to the Harrlman group.
The galn, however, represented ln
large part of the cash recelved by
Southern Paclflc for its former hold
ings of Wells Fargo stock.
London's markets were decidedly
cheerful but showed rostrlcted oper
atlons. Consols made a further ad-
vanoe and the varlous forelgn le
pa'rtments In that market were
Labor conditions came In for some
attentlon by reason of the ultlmatum
on tho western rallroad managers
flxlng a 9 per cent increase as the
maximum to be granted to the loco-
motive engineers, and the probable
refusal of tho engineers to accept
this advance wlthout recourse to ar
Forelgn exchango advanced almost
as snarpiy as lt aecnneu yesnrany,
Implying that the fall was almost en-
tlrely at speculative orlgln.
The reports of the Northern Paci
flc Railway for Octobar shows very
severe decrease In frelght and pas
senger revenues with a resultant loss
of $1,600,000 in net. Varlous other
rallroads issued returns for the early
nart of November, many showlng
large loss ln gross earnings.
Tho cronoral bond market was
steady. Total sales par vnlue, $1,
Unlted States bonds were unchan
Fnrmcrs lo l'rcent Dpmnnds.
Ottawa, Ont, Dec. 14. Much publlc
lntorest ls manlfested ln the arrival
in the capltal this evenlng of the
great delegatlon of farmers who are
comlng from western Canada to pre-
sent their vlews to the government on
tho tarlff, reclproclty and other pub
llc questlons in which they are vltal
ly intercsted. Tomorrow the delega
tion from tlie West wlll confer with a
slmilar delegatlon representlng tho
farmers of Ontarlo and tho eastern
nrovlnces. The formal conferenee
with the Premlcr and hls cablnet ls
set for Friday. It Is to take placo ln
the chambcr of the House of Commons
and ls expected to consume nearly
the entlrc day.
Clvlc As.socintlon Confcrcnco.
Washington. D. C, Dec. 14.---The
American Clvlc Assoclatlcu, a nat
lonal organization devoted to tho
beautlfylng of American coniniunftles
and tho presorvatlon ol nalural scen
ery, assembled In this clty today for
Its annunl convention. Proceedlngs
wlll last thrce days and wlll bo par-
tlclpated in by delogaes representlng
all sectlons of tho county, the raa-
Jorlty of them appointed by tho (iov
ernors of the varlous States. A wlde
varlety of topics relating to the ob
Jects of tho assoclatlon wlll be dls
cussed. Iiisiimni'o t'oinniissioncrs 3Icc(.
New York, Dec. 14. Tho commltteo
on fraternal insurance of the Natlon
al Assoclatlon of Insurance Commis
sloncrs began a two days' conferonco
at the Manhattan Hotol today with
representatlves of tho Natlonal Frater
nal Congress and tho Assoclatcd Fra
tornltles of Amerlca. Tho purposo of
tho conferenco is to ngreo upon tho
llual detalls of the uniform mcnsuro
which it ls proposed to lntroduco in
tho varlous Stato Lcgl,3latures this
winter for tho control and regulatlon
of fraternal Insuranco companies.
Lnrgo Incroase In Mombers.
Greensboro, N. C, Dec. 14. At tho
oponlng of lts annual meeting at tho
Stato Normal nnd lndustrlal Collego
today tho North Carollna Farmers'
Unlon reported an increaso in lts mem
ljorshlp of over 100 jior cent. durlng
tho past year. Tho organlzntlon now
numbern ovor 1500 locals, with an
aggregato nioinbershlp of 40,000. Dr.
H. Q. Alexauder, of Charlotto, is pre
sldlng at tho meeting, which wlll con
tlnue ovor tomorrow.
yhs DcpoAv lo Bo u Ilrldc.
Eutaw, Ala., Dec. 14. A numbor of
gucsts from out-of-town camo horo
today to nttond tho wcddlng of Mlss
Madolluo Dopow daughter of Mrs.
Julla Dopew William, and Enslgn John
iEUyson Moredlth, of tho Unlted
Wllllnm (Jurmcr, Yfho YVIth tlio Wom
nn Yt'ns t'linrgcd Wltli a Sfnlutory
Ofi'ence, Oivcn Slmllnr Pnnlshmcnf.
Ollicr Crlnilmil Cuscs Dlsposcd of
In Addison Couiity Conrt.
(Speclal to the Journal)
Middlebury, Dec. 14. In Addison
County court today, Mrs. Mlnnlo
Root pleaded gullty to a statutory
offence and was scntcnced to a term
of not less than two or moro than
two and a half years imprlsonment
at hard labor ln the Stato prison at
Wllliani Carmer, who was arrested
with Mrs. Root, was given a slmilar
Pcter Reccl, who was found gullty
of breaklng lnto tho storo of Charles
Stebblns at Vergennes the nlght of
October 18, was scntenced to a term
of not less than slx or moro than
soven years In tho Stato prison at
Charles Sennorra, who was Recci's
companion ln tho break, was found
gullty and given a slmilar sentence.
Edward Morrlll of Monkton, plead
ed gullty to tho charge of selllng liq
uor wlthout a Hcense, was sentenced
to pay a llno of $300 and costs or to
servo 300 days In tho House of Cor-
rectlon at Rutland.
As thcre wcro no more cascs to
eomo beforo lt tho Jury was paid and
The court scsslon, which lasted
only eight days, was ono of the short-
est cver conducted in the county.
"GOLDEN NEW ENGLAND."
Secrelnry Glcason of Bonrd of Trade
llas Famphlct for Dlstribntion.
Secretary of the Board of Trade,
Frod E. Gleason, has received sever-
al coples of a booklet entltled, "Gol
den New England," from tho banklng
firm of N. W. Harrls & Co., of Bos
ton, for dlstrlbutlon In this clty.
The booklet contalns much inter-
estlng llterature concernlng the Now
Encland States includlng tho varlous
industrics and tho many llnes of ag-
rlculture that are carrled on. It
gives pictures and descrlptlons of
strawberry farms, cranberry planta
tions and varlous other agrlcultural
enterprises. Tho book also contalns
pictures of J. Lewis Ellsworth, secre
tary of the MaaBachuaetta? State'
board of agriculturc, Prof. F. W.
Rane, State forester of MaBsachu
setts, Abel D. Makepeace, tho "Cran
berry King," A. J. Blaisdell, thc
"Apple Klng," J. W. Hale, the
"Peach Klng," and Kenyon L. But-
terfleld, presldent of the Massachu-
setts agrlcultural college.
FOR FIRE PROTECTION.
SuggcsUon That Hosc Itccl Hc Flaccd
On Scmliuiry III1I.
The llre alarm box at the hcad of
Charles street which was put out of
commisslon by the breaklng of the
key tho nlght of the Jurras house
flre, has been ropalred agaln.
The clty has a hose reel at the old
Pltkin house on Franklin street and
it has been suggcstod that it mlght
be statloned on Semlnary Hlll for
use ln that section. It is a hard place
to get the hose carts to ln the winter
and puts the department at a dlsad
vantage. If a reel were placed on the
Hlll the students would doubtless be
wllllng to handle lt and they could
do good work, especlally if a few hand
extlngulshers were also avallable.
Another need ln this section is
larger malns feedlng hydrants. The
hydrant used at the Sundny morning
flre was fed by a four inch main,
which dld not glvo enough pressure
to force out tho Ico in tho plpes.
To Dcvplop 011 Induslrj'.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Dec. 14. Pursuant
to a call issued by Governor Brooks,
a convention of oll men of tho State
assembled hero today to plan for an
organteed effort to develop what the
Governor pronounces the "enormous
oll flelds of Wyomlng, which aro secn
ond to nono ln the Unlon in abundanco
FACE AND HEAO
Eruption Broke Out when 2 Weeks
Old Itched So He Could Not
Sleep-Hair All Fell Out
Cuticura Cured Him.
"I whh to have you ncccpt this trstlrm
nUl, as Cuticura illU po much tor my baby.
At ttic agf o two weeKS
liU liiuid bcgau to brcak
out with grcat Eorcs nnd
by tlie tlmo lio was two
months hU faco and luad
were an awful slght. I
consulted n doctor, wko
sald lt was no'.liiiiK but a
llglit bklu illseabe which tlta
baby would soou net over,
llut he secmed to get worte
bo I callfd anothfr doctor.
IIls oplnlon eccmcd to ba
tho Bame. They both pre
licrlbi'd medlclno that dld
not do n btt ot cood, A
frli'iid advUcil me to tako
hlm to tlio liospltal, which
I dlil. Two doctors thero
r;avo mo medlclno lnalliiuld
lorm. It did hlm no gooil.
"Nearly every day I would rcad n testl
monlnl ln rcsard to Cuticura and my wlto
thoiiRht tnu would try lt to .sce If It would
help the baby. I fc'ot a box ot Cuticura Olnt
ment and a calto ot Cuticura Soap and alter
usln theso he was entlrily cured. Ucfuro
Cuticura cured hlm bo could not Keem to
.leep, as h's face and hcad would Itch so,
'What hair ho bad nll (rll out but soon lie
had a nlce hcad of halr and hU faco was per
fectly clear. It U now nearly livo years slnco
he was cured and thero has been nn sIrii ol
tho eruption rtturulm.. Chas. II. Kvans, 81
Fllnt St Somervillo, Mass., AprU 10, 1010."
A slngte set ol Cuticura Ruap and Olntmcnt U
otten tuRlcli'nt to curr, rendrrlnE It the nioat cco
nomlral treatment (or afltctlona ol the okb and
ecalp, Sold tbrouchout the world. I'ottf r lru A
Chcm Corp., Solo 1'ropi., Uoatun, Mais. e-iillled
lrc, Uteet Uook oo Catc of Bliln tud Scilu.
v w m mmm iv
i i ,Ai yawa wzfflnm v. i
Copyrigli: Hart Schaffner & Marv
CIRST of all, you want your overcoat to be warm.
It's necessary to health and comfort. Style is a
secondary consideration, but when you can get such a
libiiral share of both in these new
Hart Schaffner & Marx
models, why delay paying us a visit? The visit will
be good for us both, and you'll be proof against cold
' H. S. & M. Suits $18 to $30; Overcoats $18 to $35
Other Makes, Suits $10 to $20; Overcoats$10 to$25
Barre's Leading Clothiers
You Are Liable to
suffer loss of tlmo from your occupatlon by injuries or illness.
An accident and illness pollcy will relmburse you for such loss.
Get one before the loss occurs. Call, write or 'phone
BA Cumiir GENERAL! INSURANCE
A JUIUIICI 103 Main St. Tel. 555-11
Four tenant block; modern house and largo lot; S room house on
Loomis street; 14 room liouso on Baldwln street; 27 acro farm, four
mlles from clty; two tenant houso and a one tenant house to be sold
together at a bargain; also building lots on North, Charles, College
and Foster streets. .TOIIX ,T. GLLVXEY, Kenl Estale Agcnt
Office in W. N. Theriaulfs law office, State street.
Phones: 558-L Res. 428-1
Quick Lunch, Bowling, Billiards Pool
Sunday Lunch from 10 A. M to 1.30
CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
Capltal, $100,000. rroilts, $50,000. Total Asscts, $100,000.
Deposlts made on or beforo th Bth day of ony month will draw ln
terest from tholst day of tho monUvit & per cent. pcr nunum, payable
seml-annually on tho flrst daya of January and July.
Interest at 2 Per Cent Pnld on Comnicrcinl Deposlts.
Snfo Seposlt lloxcs, $5 n Ycnr.
T. J. DEAYITT, Prosldcnt; ALBERT JOHONNOTT and A. J. SIBLEY,
Ylco Prcsldentsj FltANK N- SMITU, Treasnrcr.
(i M0NIPLIR NAIIOUK
Capital Stock - - - $i-flftf.00
Surplus and Dndivided
Prof its $159,000.00
toDepositors - - $300,000.00
Taxes on Deposits Up to Any Amount
Paid by This Bank.
.. North Main St., Barre, Vt.
7 School Street
Openftom7A. M. to Midnightj
P. M., 5 to 7.30 P, M.