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THE mmiJNGTON FREE rRKSS AND TTMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1912.
TURKEY WITH OR
That Is the Question Which Is
Now Troubling the Lawmakers.
HE ChiUcn.'lun Comity Trust Company
nets in the capacity of Executor
and faithfully and economically ex
ecutes your will and testament. It
Ls also empowered by law to act. as Administra
tor, Trustee, Guardian, etc.
Call nr wrllo for particulars.
Chltttndtn County Trust Co., 114 Church .St.
Montpellrr, November 19. The
House adjourned this nfternoon with
the question of Thanksgiving adjourn
inent In the nlr. A motion was pend
ing to nnienil the Hen n to rpsolutlon so
as to provide thnt adjournment ho
taken for nil of next week without
and with no mileage. Before a
vote could he taken Mr. Carpenter of
Chester moved an adjournment, which
When tho Joint resolution was
brought up for consideration jjr. co
luirn of Milton moved to amend by
allowing full mileage Instead of half
mileage. Mr. Howloy of Durllngton,
f ivnrlng tho proposal of amendment.
thought the members should also re- I
colvo full pay for tho week. Tho yeas !
nnd nays, which wero culled for by
Mr. Hnpgood of Peru, resulted thus:
yeas, D, nays, 118.
Mr. Dobbins of Newport then moved
ti substitute "actual mlleaga expense"
for the half mileage proposed by the
Senate resolution. This was emphatically
Tho House agreed with the proposal of
Mr Cook of Lyndon that adjournment be
taken Friday morning.
Then e.ime the motion of Mr. Mullln
of West Rutland that no mileage be allow
ed. Mr. I'lumley of Ludlow and Mr.
Coburn of Milton demanded the yeas
end nay on that proposition, but adjourn
ment was taken before n vote could bo
Tho House refused to order to a third
reading the House bill (116) making the
punishment for murder Imprisonment for
life. The Senate discovered this after
jioqp. that a minor amendment ought to
bo made to the hedgehog bill nnd asked
the House to return It. Tho request reach
ed the House Just after two solemn
Fpeechcs had been made on the capital
-punishment bill. That the debato should
"Jie suspended by anything so Inslgnlllcant
as the hedgehog bill caused n roar of
laughter and the House voted down the
request that the bill be returned. Speaker
I'lumley did not declare the vote, but
xplalncd to the House that courtesy re
quired that they accede to the request,
nnd on that explanation the request was
Senator Darling's bill giving women
the right to vote on certain matters of
(taxation camo In this afternoon with
fin unfavorable report. The senator
t xplalncd tho purpose of tho bill, to
take a step forward In recognition of
,the principle thnt taxation and repre
sentation should go hand In hand, and
then offored an amendment requiring
that women shall have a grand list of
jst least $2 before they acquire that
rlght. Tho amendment was adopted
end then, on motion of Mr. Darling,
pile bill was ordered to lie that !t
plight bo printed.
Tho milk Inspection bill was order
Jed to a third rending after bolng ham
uored Into shape satisfactory to most
'nf the senators.
The Joint resolution providing for
ipn examination of tho educational af-
Ifnlra nf thn Stntn in sirfnrilnnpn wltl.
the governor's message, was ordered , tr'"' Interests.
o a third reading In the Senate, and
.then, on motion of Mr. Johnson, was
adopted under suspension of tho rules.
H, SI. Relating to the bounty on
Mr. Henry offered an amendment mak
ing the bounty 20 cents. The amendment
The bill was favored by Mr. Wnllls and
Mr. Henry and opposed by Mr. Croft.
The bill was passed on roll call by a voto
of 21 to C.
On motion of Mr. Dodds, the Senato at
AT IT AGAIN
Introduction of New Bills Takes
Up Most of the Time of
8. IS). From tho Judiciary commit
tee, relntlng exceptions by the Rtnto In
criminal causes. Ordered to lie and he
THIRD READING ORDERED.
S. M. Relating to payment of checks
or bills of exchange.
ORDEREH TO I.1E.
S. fi.". Giving women the right' to vote
on certain matters. (Amended to require
a grnnd list of $2).
THIRD READING REFUSED.
S. 41. Relating to a bounty on porcu
pines. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED.
H. 38. To puy Kntherlne Dunlevy.
H, 114. To pay Hugh Henry.
THIRD READING ORDERED.
It. 214. Amending net Incorporating
Morrlstown and Middlesex railroad.
H. 259. To make county financial re
ports permanent and accessible.
S. 46. Providing for the Inspection of
milk and to regulate its sale.
Mr. Wallls withdrew the pending
amendment, and proposed others which
would restrict the application of the
blll tb milk or cream retailed for con
sumption In this Slate. This was amend
ed on motion of Mr. Johnson by strik
ing out tho words "for consumption In
this Stare." The amendment aa amended
was adopted by a vote of 22 lb 6. Mr.
Mcreeters moved to amend by striking
out section eight, which excepts cream
eries outside tho Stnte. The amendment
was lost. Tho bill wn llien ordered to
a third reading by a vote of IS to S.
THIRD READING ORDERED.
H. M Relating to exemptions from
taxation, as amended.
H. 161 Relating to powers of superior
Judges In supreme court. As amended.
Joint resolution for a commission to in
vestigate tho educational system of the
Passed under suspension of the rules.
HOl'SE DILLS REFERRED.
H. 165 Relating to taxation of Ben
nington Masonic societies. To committee
on land taxi.
S. lni By Mr. lllanchard of Windsor,
to define liability of employer to einployn
and to establish a schedule of compensa
tion. To commlttteu on State and indus-
On motion of Mr. Phcrwln. the. Senate
at 3:30 adjopurned.
OFFICIAL RECORD OF DAY
Devotional exercises were conduct
ed by tho ehaplln.
THIRD READING ORDERED.
H, 178 An act In amendment of and
1 . In addition to No. 100 of tho acts of
The Senate was called to order by the' 1R70, entitled "An net to Incorporate
lieutenant-governor nnd devotional exer-(tne village of North Troy"
tlses were conducted by tho chaplain
S. 126 By Mr. McCucn by request, re
lating to dog licenses. To general com
Mlttce. S. 127 By Mr. Dyer of Addison, amend
ing section 4S1, T. S., relating to ex
amination of Inventories. (Provides for
examination by various officials but In
formation must not be disclosed.) To
committee on finance
S. 12S By Mr. Dale, amending act cm
powering town of Brighton to construct
fi water system. To committee on muni
S. 129 By Mr. Chaffee, to Incorporate
Walllngfonl Power company. To com
mittee on corporations.
HOUSE HILLS REFERRED.
II. 73 To aid town of Mount Tatior. To
committee on appropriations.
H 132 Amending charter of St. Albans
To committed on municipal corporations,
i READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED.
H. 16D Relating to taxtalon of
Bennington Masonic societies. (Yeas,
B0; nays. 60.)
Mr. Foote of Cornwall rose to a
question of personal prlvllego and ex
plained an unintentional omission on
his part In II. 200. relating to burial
expenses of deceased Indigent veter
ans of the War of the Rebellion.
If. 327 Hy Mr. Robbins of Newport,
to amend section 4956 of tho public
statutes, relating to foreign creamery
associations. To committco on agri
IL 32S By Mr. Brown of Eden, to
provide for the collection of lelin
quent taxes In tho town of Eden for
1909. To committee on grand lists.
II. 329 By Ryder of Rockingham,
to regulate the practice of land sur
II US- Relating to appropriates by j "'.ting ior me protection 01 ownrn
municipalities for public purposes To "f farm and timber or woodlands,
committco on municipal corporations. I To committee on manufactures.
II 20S Autorlzlng vlllago of Wlnooski I H. 330 By Mr. Vaughan of Ran
to Issue bonds. To committee on munlci-' dolph, to Incorpornto tho RanJolph
ehI corporations. Savings, Bank nnd Trust company. To
-.miimi.i.-n on nanas.
H. 331 By Mr. Miller of Bethel, re
latlng to the State boari of library
II -Relating to North Troy gra.tea
ichool district. To committee on educa
tion h 2.11 Authorizing Orleans county
l.r iminar school to convey property. To
tunim"tee en education.
II 20- Relating to Middlebury village,
ffo committee on municipal corporations.
ADOPTED IN CONCURRENCE.
Joint resolution granting the use of
fteprehentntlvcs' hull to the Sons of tho
S. 46. Providing for the Inspection of
Lfnllk nnd regulating Its sale.
Tho pending amendment was to strike
put tho words "from house to house,"
jonired by Mr. Hnrber, Mr. Wnllls op
posed this as too brood, requiring every
farmer must have a certificate of In
fpectlnn from the local health ofllccr.
Mr Croft thought such brond authority
m hould not be granted to the local health
The amendment was lost.
Mr. Wallls proposed a slight amendment
(Blilch caused some confusion of Ideus and
n his motion tho bill was ordered to lie
. SPRINKLING ASSESSMENT
The street sprinkling assessments for
9912 aro now due nnd payahlo on or
before December D, 1912, nt t.10 city
treasurer's oilier, tif tor which tlmo
jflvc per cent, will be added anJ war-p-nnts
Issued to the city constable for
Ofllco hours 9:00 n. 111. to 12 m.i 1 to
I p m , Monday and Saturday even
igs from 7 to 9 o'clock,
L. ( GRANT, City Treasurer
)urlliiKton, Vt., Nov. 20. 1912,
commissioners. (Hoard may employ
socretary and ot.ier clerical assist
ance. Appropriates Jl.SOO annually
for traveling libraries.) To Joint
committee on libraries.
II. 332 By Mr. Watson of St. Albana
city, relating to Insurance of Stnt
pioperty. (Authorizes Govornor to
employ expert asslstanco to supervise
State Insurance.) To committee on
II. 333 By Mr. Haskell of Wood
bury, to protect pond lilies. (Limits
numbor picked in ono day to 25; pro
hibits snlo of same.) To general committee.
II. 334-Hy Mr. Wright of Westminster,
relating to duties of Innkeepers. (Inn
Keeper must post In tho house card of
rates or charges.) To committee on
H. KK. -I!y Mr Ward of Danville, to
amend Section S":, of the P. 8., relating
to barbed wlro fences. (Mxes penalty
for building barbed wlro fences around
schoolhouse yard or bordering on high
way.) To committee on fourth Joint rulo.
H. 336,- By Mr Ripley of Poultney (by
request), relating to Interest on notes,
bills nnd similar obligations. To commit
tee 011 Judiciary.
H. 337-By Mr. Robbins of Newport, to
amend Section 49,V of the P. S.. relating
to creamery and cheese factory state
ir.ents. (Pnarvidea for weekly statements
of tests and weekly payments.) To com
inltteo on agriculture.
II. 33S.-By Mr. Wright uf Brandon, to
amend Section fiir.7 of the P. 8., relating
to fees of town clerks. (Fixes fee for mar
ilugn license at ll.oo.) To general commit'
By Mr. Jose of Johnson, that the Joint
standing committees of the Senate nnd
House on Immigration and tabor, either
or both, be hereby empowered to visit
Burlington nnd Wlnooskl on Mondny,
December 2, 1012, nnd hold public hear
ings on Senate bill 37 nnd Houso
bills 103 nnd 230, and make other
proper Investigation deemed neces
sary, the necessary expenses to bo paid
by the State. Adopted on the part of tho
BILL RECONSIDERED AND RECOM
MITTED. On motion of Mr. McClellan of Ply
mouth, House bill 69, relating to the
planting of land to forest trees and to
the taxation thereof, and which failed of
passage yesterday, was recommitted to
the committee on conservation.
II. 116 Pro Ming that punishment for
murder In first nnd second degrees bo
imprisonment for life. Mr. Miller of
Bethel proposed that the bill be amended
making murder In the lltst degree Im
prisonment for life; second degree, Im
prisonment not less than 20 years; pun
ishment of convict who commits a mur
der while under sentence shall be denth.
Mr. Wright of Westminster opposed tho
amendments, as did Mr. Jose of Johnson.
Mr. Hnpgood of Peru favored tho
amendments. On n viva voce vote the
first amendment was lost, when Mr. Mil
ler withdrew the second amendment, Ho
then favored the passage of the bill and
called for n yea nnd nay vote. Mr. Cook
of Lyndon favored the passage of tho
till. Mr. McClure of Derby opposed. Mr.
Hnpgood of Peru favored the bill. Mr.
Hulett of Rutland city opposed tho bill.
Mr. O'Brien of South Burlington, Mr.
Weld of Berkshire nnd Mr. Ferrin ot
Essex opposed the measure. Mr. Mnrtln
of Bennington favored. Mr. Adams of
Marlboro, Mr. Orvls of Manchester and
Mr. Foote of Cornwall opposed the part-
sage, ye, 3S; noes, HI.
H. St An net relating to bounty on por
cupines, was, on request, returned to tho
H. 21S Amending the acts Incorporat
ing the Burlington Light and Powor
company. On motion of Mr. Howloy of
Burlington was recommitted to the com
mittee on corporations, yeas, !"!; noes, 41.
H. 339 By Mr. Ryder of Rockingham,
relating to fees received for marrlago cer
tificates, and providing for the appropria
tion thereof to the Home for Destitute
Children, Kuril llattln Home and St.
Joseph's Orphanage. (In addition to
the usual marriage license fee, the person
applying shall pay four dollars extra,
which additional money ls to be divide,
among the homes above mentioned.) To
If. 34" Bv 'Mr Hewitt of Plalnfield. to
amend section1! MM and .1109 of the P. S.
relating to the trafllc In Intoxicating
liquor. (Provides for both State and town
votes nn license annually If both ques
tions carry, license will be granted In
towns so voting; otherwise only license
of fifth class to be granted. To Joint
committee on temperance.
H. 311. By Mr Rnnsom of Jericho,
providing for the teaching of agricul
ture, the manual arts and domestic
economy in the public schools. (Towns
maintaining high Fchools of tho flrst-clRss
may maintain such courses and depart
ments,) To committee on education
II. 342 By Mr. Brlgbnm for tho com
mittee on Insurance, to repeal Sec 451S
of the P. S amended by No. 112 of tho
acts of 1!WK, and to amend sections 419
and 4S20 of the P. S.,- relating to brok
erage on Insurance. Ordered to lie and
II. 3I3.-By Mr. Pelltey of Fair llavn
to amend Sec. of No. 341 of the nets
of 1906, entitled "An act to Incorporate
the Wnlllngford Wnter company To
committee on corporations.
H. 341. -By Mr. Brigbam o; Bradford
to tnx premiums pnld to non-llctnsed In
surance companies. To the committee on
wnys and means.
II. Sir.. By Mr. Deineritt of Water
bun, to enable the Christian Advent
society of Waterbury to convey Its
church property. To rommlttce on corporations.
THIRD READING ORDERED.
H. 29. Relating to practice of opto
II, 3'G Relating to nppolntmonts by
Relating to Thanksgiving recess, that
when the two houses adjourn on Friday,
Nov. 22, 1912, It bo to meet on Monday.
Dec. 2, 1912, at S:30 o'clock In the even
ing, and that members from neither
House shall be entitled to pay from tho
State during this iccess, but shall ie
cclve one-half the usual mileage. Mr.
Coburn of Milton moved to amend by
making It full mileage. Mr. Weeks
of Middlebury opposed the pro
posed amendment as did Mr.
JIapgood of Peru, who demanded
the yeas nnd nays. Mr, Howley of Bur
lington favored the full mileage nnd also
thought that the mcmberH should re.
celve pav for their time from the State,
ns they would from any other employer.
1 he vote resulted ns follows: Yeas 69,
nays IIS, nnd tho Houso Refused to amend
Mr. Robbins of Newport moved that
tho Houso ptoposo to the Senato to amend
tho resolution by striking out the half
mileage and making It "the actual
mileage expense," but the Houso refused
to adopt Mr. Robblns's motion.
Mr. Cook of Lyndon moved to amend
tho resolution by adjourning in tho fore
noon Instead of the afternoon, nnd tho
motion wns carried by n vote of 140 to
Mr. Coburn of Milton objected to the
House tiklng the proposed Thanksgiving
recess, and wanted the House to stay In
session and work.
Mr. Mullen of West Rutland moved to
further amend the resolution by striking
out the half mileage proposition and muko
It "no mileage," and on this question, Mr.
Plumley of Ludlow demanded the yeas
nnd nays. .Mr. Carpenter of Chester
moved that the House adjourn, which It
did at 4:20 p. m.
Montpeller, Nov. IS. Most of the
time of the House this evening wna
devoted to Introduction of bills nnd
there remain In the hnn.ls of tho re
vision committee a largo number, to
day being the last for Introduction
under the rule except by unanimous
consent. Only nine new measures np
peare.l In the Senate. Mr. Croft of
Rutland seeks to have the salary nf
the superintendent of the State prison
nnd house of correction placed at not
more than $1,K0f and nf the In lustrlnl
school, not more thnn $2,000.
Mr. Roy, who some time ngo Introduced
a bill calling for nn Investigation of the
public rights In the various towns, hns
discovered thnt this ennnot be done In
time for n report to the present Legisla
ture and to-nlcht Introduced nnother cnll
Ing for nn Investlgntlon by the super
intendent of educntlon, who Is to repent
to the legislature of 1911.
OFFICIAL RECORD OF DAY
The Senate wns called to order by the
lieutenant-governor and devotional ex
ercises were conducted by the chaplain.
S. 117. By Mr. Barber amending Sec.
M73, P. S., relntlng to the misbranding
of drugs. To committee on public health.
S. IIS. By Mr. Blgwood. to require the
Interchange of railroad mileage tickets.
To committee on railroads.
S. 119. By A. R. Henry, relating to
licenses for sale of Intoxicating liquors.
(.;,', of Hie Public statutes, relating 1o
the dlsiiuallflcnllon and fees of Jurors
H. XUl. Act to lepeal No. 191 nnd No,
192 of the acts of 1910, relating to seining
In Inke Onnmpluln.
Bill approved and signed by the gover
nor November 13: S. 611, act to amend
section 0 of No. 2"C of the nets of
entitled "nn net to Incorpornto tho vil
lage of Newport Center."
It. 311-By Mr. Hawkins of Shnftsbury,
1 elating to the pollution of tho waters of
Peterbrook. To Joint committee on snmu
11. 312-By Mr. Pulmer of Shclburne,
relating to taking pickerel through thu
Ice In Shclburne pond. (Open season De
cember 1 to February 1; limit of 2n
pounds In any one day.) To Joint com
mittee on game and fisheries.
11, 313 By Mr. Kendrlck of Greensboro,
relating to (lining in Cusplnn Inku In the
town of Greensboro. (Prohibits fishing
on week day from 10 p. m, to 4 n. m. and
ten o'clock Saturday night until 4 a. m. (
Monday,) To Joint committee on game ,
nnd fisheries. - 1
If. 314 By Mr, Spauldlng of Bridge-
water, to amend section 4062 of th-1
public statutes, relating to Jamaglng
highways. (Damages caused by chain I
Ing wheels, using shoes or brnkos may
be recovered from persons so causing.) .
To committee on highways and
H. 31 B Bv Mr. Plumley of North
field, to repeal section 7 of No. 412 of )
the nets of 1906 entitled "An net j
Incorporate the I'alrvlew Casualty ;
company." To Joint committee on In -
II 316. By Mr. Teiiney of Windham, to
aid the town uf Windham In rebuilding 1
a highway, (appropriates f70f.) To com- 1
mlttee on highways and bridges. j
11. 317.-B.V Mr. Weeks of Middlebury
to provide n bo ird of visitors to Mid- '
dlebury College. (Provides for appoint
ment by governors of seven personi
who. with the Governor ex-offlelo, shall
constitute the hoard.) To committee on
II. 3K By Mr. Ward, for the com
mittee on claims to pay F. O. and F.
E. Strnbrldge the sum therein named
Ordered to lie and be printed,
II. 319. By Mr. Ward, for the commit
tee 011 claims to pay Wilson S. Lovcll
the sum therein named. Ordered to He
i.nd be printed.
II. S2 Bv Mr. Ward, for the com
mlttee (in elnlms to pay the Vermont
agricultural experiment station the sum
Burlington Savings Bank
DI'H'OSITS rXCOItl'ORATKD 1S47 STTRPMTS
.'1,710.12 Innunry 1, 1850 $ fiR.Sl
2H,7fi0.jr) niininry 1. ISfiO 214.57
2fia,7!M).55 Jiuiiinry 1, 1870 0,812 00
l,187,(!0n.:iG Tnnimry 1. 1880 4H,2G9.4n
188.8.131.52 .... Jnniinry 1, 1800 170.23.51
7,000.501.00 Jnniinrv 1. 1000 rWO.fiSB.W
13.fi67.285 04 Tnlv 1. 1012 028,701.75
Business enn be trnn- tw A" dealings with our
sncted by mall, as well H I VCilt depositors aro hold In
No money loaned to any officers or trustee of the hank.
All correspondence should bo addressed, nnd chocks made pavable,
to the llurllitctoti Silting llnnk, Burlington, VI.
Write for Further Information
Clinrlrn P. Smith. President.
Henry Crrriir, Vice-President, K. W, Wnrd, Treasurer.
I' W. Perry. 2nd Vlce-Pres'l. H. S, Ishnm, AsxIMnnt Trcn.
We offer our customers every fa
cility consistent with sound bank
ing nnd nre at all times prepared
to furnish such lines of accommo
dation as the character of an ac.
count may warrant.
The,recorJ of the Company Is a
sufllclont guaranty that Its meti
ods are correct.
The close attention that tho de
tails ot every account receives ap
peals to tho thoroughgoing bust
In thi .lepnrtment our deposltora
receive an Interest rate of FOt'R
PER CENT, and the deposit Is tax
tree to the depositor.
A surplus nf $271,000 has been
Teeumulated from tho earnings and
together with tho capital offers an
ample security to all patrons.
Remember our watchwords
I and vini will realize how the re-
j -tilts shown have been obtained.
Tie Burlington Trust Co
c ity ha i.i. sciirAiti:
(No license to be Issued to a person hold- i therein named. ordered to lie and be
ing public ofllce). To committee on tem
perance. S. 120 By Mr. Croft, relntlng to
snlnrles of officers of penal Institu
tions. Superintendent of Stnte prison
nnd House of Correction tb be fixed by
penal board at not exceeding 1,.",01,
of Industrial school at not .xcecdlns
"2,000 (with rent and subsistence.)
To committee on appropriations.
S. 121 By Mr. Barber, defining
words "food" and drugs." To com
mittee on Judiciary.
122 By Mr. Mower, relating o
State board of health and providing
for appointment of factory Inspectois
(Inspectors to lie appolntel by the
board.) To committee on public bealt'i
Immigration and labor.
S. 123. By Mr. Barber, lel.ithr- to the I
isolation of persons luf.cted with nr ex-!
poped to contagious disease. Local
health officer may require Isolation nf
persons and things Infected and may
pinvlde suitable places for their recep
tion at the expense of the town If per
sons nre unable to pay. To committee 011
S. 124. By Mr. Roy, to piovlde for the
Investigation of the original grants to
certain public uses. (Calls for full In
formation to be procured hy the super
intendent of education regarding lights
nsidn for eertnln public purposes, their
present condition, amount of icntnl nnd
whether there has been any diversion
of such rights.) To committee on ju
dlcijiiy. S. 111. By Mr. Chaffee, hy leqm-st.
amending act Incorporating Otter Creek
Electric Railway Co. To committee on
HOl'SE BILLS REFERRED.
H. 62 Relating to netting or Miarlng
game. To committee on game and llsh
II. 121 Amending net relntlng to in
quests. To committee on Judiciary.
H. 176 To Improve sanitary conditions
In the sale of bread and cake. To com
mittee on public health.
The Senate ndopted the Joint resolu
tion offered by Mr. Babbitt providing for
adjournment from next Friday afternoon
till Monday evening, December 2, with
out pay and with one-half mileage. An
Important measure introduced by Mr.
Mnrtln of Bennington bars the usual de
fense In actions to recover for personal
On motion of Mr. Gardner of Pownal,
tho Iloueo adjourned at 10:35 o'clock.
Miss Piiffs-"8he has fine hair. She can
sit on It."
MSss Psyche "You mtan when iho
takes it oft," J.udgu
The House was called to order at S:S'
o'clock with Mr. Weeks of Middlebury In
the speaker's chnlr. Devotional exercises
were conducted ny the chaplain
By Mr. Proctor of Proctor, granting the
use of the hnll of the House of Rep
resentatives to the Vermont Society, Sons
of the American Revolution, for Wednes
day evening, December 11, when Presi
der.t John M Thomas of Middlebury Col,
lege will deliver on address, Adopted on
the part of he House.
II. 310 By Mr. Martin of Bennington
relating to payments to employes for per
sonal Injuries received in the course of
their employment and to the prevention
of such Injuries. (In nn action to ro-
cover damages for personal Injuries, It
shall not bo a defense. First, that the
employo was negligent; second, that the
Injury wa caused by negligence of a
fellow employe; third, that thu employe
has a-sunied the risk of the Injury, above
provisions not to apply to domestic sen
vnts or farm laborers, Makes tho pub
lic service board an Industrlnl commis
sion. Under which this workmen's com
nensatlon net shall be carried on.)
II, 201 Granting additional jniwers to
nr.. district No. 1 In Walllngford. To
committee on municipal corKrattoiis.
U, 243 Relating 10 tho record ot
abatoment of taxes, To committee op
II 257 Itponneting act Incorporat
Ing Tnconlc Valley Railroad company
H 203 mcorponmng iioxnury
Cemetery association. To committee
II. 37" liciaung 10 urearms. T
h. 279 Autliori-iiiK worth Bennlng
ton Cemotery association to convey Its
property, o commuieo on corpora
Joint icsolutlon by Mr. Babbitt, pro
vldlng adjournment from Friday
nfternoon to December 2 without p-iy
nnd with one-half mileage. AJopted.
Third reading ordered.
H. 111. To pay Hugh Henry.
Ill ti. To pay Kutherlno Dunley. On
motion of Mr. Croft tho Senate nt 9;07
IIILLH SIONED BY nOVERNOR,
6. 101. ed to amend Scc4 14T7jindBo-.
II. 321. By Mr. Ward, for the commit
tee on claims to pay the Lester It. Oreeno
Co. the sum therein named. Ordered to
lie and he printed,
II. 322 -Hy Mr. Ward for the lommlt
too on claim" to pay J. S. Sweet and V.
R. Sargent the sum tbeieln named. Or
dered to lie and be printed.
II. 323. Bv Mr. Martin of Bennington
to amend Sec. 3 of No. IS of the acts of
1510, relating to the suppression of con
tagious diseases among hec. To com
mittee on agriculture. j
I. 324. By Mr. Walter of drnftnn. to1
aid the town of lirnftnn In lebnlldlng .1 '
highway. (Appropriates ?-.0"i. To com-1
mlttee mi highways and bridges.
II. :)2."i By Mr. Palmer of Shellnirne
to amend section "133 of the public
statutes, relating to discharge iron
probation. To Judiciary committee.
II, a ;o Hy Mr. Iloa-r of (Irani lsl
relating to the tnvitlon of persona
property and establishing a unlfor
rate on mnnevs and securities T
committee on ways and means Kill
ed. 1 1. ? Relating to planting of land
to forest and to the taxation thereof
Rend third time and passe 1.
II. 73 An art to aid the town nf Mt.
Tahor !n building highways (Not to
exceed Jl.oon for years 1913 anJ 101 II.
II. 132 Amending arte entitled "An
act to Incorporate a city an 1 a town
of St Alhnn
II. Its An act relating to appropria
tions by municipal corporations.
II. ft An ,t ' to authorise the lllngc of
Wlnooskl to Issue bonds.
II. Ill Relntlng to the North Troy
graded school district.
II. 2M An act to enable, the trustees nf
Orleans county grammar school to con
vev certain property.
II. 2S0 Relating to Middlebury village.
SENATE BILLS REFERRED.
S. Amended nn act to amend sub
division second of section 25.10 nf the P.
S., relating to descent when married dn
cendeut leaves no Issue. To Judiciary
S. 'fi An act to provide fn- an annual
ensus of the maple sugar crop and of
certain domestic animals To committee
S. M To repeal sections of nn act to
Incorporate the village of West Clovor.
o committee on municipal enrpointions.
S. 101. To authoil7.e the town of Char
lotte to pay ccitaln funds to Heirs ot
H. D. Edgerton To committee on manu
104. Relntlng to the fees of town
clerks. To general committee. Hennte
proposals of amendment concurred In
H. 14. To regulate the prnctlco of
veterinary medicine, surgery and den
H. KVV Relating to the order of pay
iniMit of debts of Insolvent estates. Joint
resolutions nuthorl-ing the Stnte trap
nnd game commissioners to employ nd
WIN00SK! SAVINGS BANK
Winooski, VI. 0i.,J,,.ta8!!) Organized 18S3
Interest -I per rent. Taxes paid nn all deposit.
Oar plan for nnnklng by Mall la ante. Try It.
Savings deposits. Check Accounts.
"Vrlle for Statement.
Asets over "n,B.(,00OJf
Drposlla over l,nso,noO.O
turplus over 15S.0O0.09
The In me anrplua uf 0 la n guarantee to depositors.
Deposits on 01 before Dec. 5 draw int. from Dec. 1.
Better Than Four Per Cent.
This bank wil keep your money safely and pav you TWO I'Ell CENT.
SKMI-AN'NUAt.t.V. .Interest paynblo January 1st and Julv 1st. T'o solicit
a portion of your deposits. Checks or-drafts can te sent by mallt
HOME SAVINGS BANK
HOWARD NATIONAL BANfC
J'T 'V LIN'S T,fi ""I VP WONT.
Capital, $300,000. Surplus $200,000
A gerisrnl Banking business trnnsartr1
Foreign Exchange issued and ve' -i'.er.i
Interest paid on time deposits
Safe deposit boxes to rent.
t T Kt.ttcr
F. B. Rnrnm, President.
II. T. Rntler. Cashier,
a. o. ivm
Ellaa Lmu, Vlee-Presldent.
H. g. Weed. Assistant Caat-ler.
CITY TRUST COMPANY
Ofllce with Howard National Bank
I". K. irit;i:ss. Presldenli
P.MAt I.VMAN. Vlre-Preslilcnti
IT x. nrrrmn. Trensnreri
A. G. WniTTBVOnB, Attorney nt lam I
W. F. nrWTIFTi;, Trenanrer nnrllnaton Ttaetlon Co. I
F. H. tMIlKrcn. Manager niirllne-tnn I.litht Power Co. J
JOSRPfl .. FLINT, of O. C. Taylor C.
4 Jo mtirtit Paid en Oepaitti
dltlonal assistance. To committee on ap-
pioprlatlons. On motion of Mr. Fish of I
, . , 1 . . ' -1 .... , I, Umton nit. P
jMIUUlKlil 11 flllHlhii ....
To poliBh aluminium take a mixture of
borax, ammonia nnd water and apply
with a soft cloth.
To clean white nnd delicately colored
plumes not badly soiled, rub them gently
In a pan of equal parts of salt and flour.
Potato balls which are salted in but
ter after being boiled aro delicious.
They should lo served with a generous
prinkllng of minced pnrsiey.
The ripening of pineapple may bo
tested by pulling Its leaves. If they do
not pluck icadlly the pineapple Is nut
rendy to be used.
GUNMEN MUST PAY PENALTY
OF DEATH IN THE CHAIR
Gyp the Blood, -Lefty Louie, Dago Frank and
Whitey Lewis Found Guilty of Murder
in the First Degree.
New York, Nov. 13. "Oyp the niood,"
"l.efty Umlf," "Dago Frank" and
' Whitey" Lewis killed Herman Rosen
thal, the gambler, at the Instigation of
Charles flecker and Hko him must pay
the penalty of death In tho electric ohatr.
The jury which been hearing the
evidence against tho four gunmen so de
cided to-d.iy when It returned against
them a verdict of murder In the first de
cree after but CO minutes of deliberation.
gunmen ore unmarried.
Former Magistrato Charles O. F
Wahlo, counsel for tho gunmen, nn
nounced that he would appeal from th
verdict nnd a." In the case of Decker,
nxinths may elapau before their ultimate
fate Is determined .Meantime they wl.l
occupy colls near that of tho former po
lice lieutenant In the death house at Sins
Although the jury was actually out of
If one would have soup, vegetables
or meat remain sweet, do not cover tlipm
when setting them away, until thorough
ly cool. Otherwise they will sour or have
a dlhagreeable odor when warmed over.
It Is well to remember that It Is not
necessary to boll n whole egg to get
the yolk for garnishing. Separate white
and yolk without breaking the latter
and poach It hard In salted water. Tho
white can bo saved for other uses,
Hlchmond, Va., Nov. 1R.-A new trial
was to-day refused Floyd Allen and Mb
son, Claude Swnnson Allen, by tho Su
preme Court of Virginia. The men are
condemned to dio In tho electric ohalr
next Friday for the murder of tho olli
clals of tho Carroll county court nt Hllls
Tllle March H.
To the worn seoker the help wanted
ids mean open doors and ono of these
doom U probably opened to vQU.
I.lko Decker, the gunmen heard tho the court room an hour and live minutes,
verdict pronounced against them without- It was but 3) minutes after their retlre-
rhnw of emotion. They stood nt the bar ment that word reached the clerk of the
looking straight ahead as the foreman court that they bad reached a verdict
of the Jury ioe to make known the result This was at l:f,r, o'cloc k, but at that time
of Its deliberations and they continued Justice Con wns at lunch and he did not
to stare stolidly In front of them until letum until tbr maitirs of in hour
the formalities of the proceedings wero later.
ended. They were remanded to their -
cells In tho Tombs until to-morrow moin- THUEK SBNTKNCKP AHKAD
Ing when Justice Ooff wl'l tlx the day for The deorgla law requires tint the
Imposing sentence charges of a trial Judge to the .1 ur shall
"Whitey" Lewis, the moil dramatic of br taken down by a couit stenographer
the four when he testllled on the witness An old Judge, who was accustom d to
stand, alone walked from the court room make about the same charge In even
with bowed head, case, was hammering away one day wner.
As they entered the door leading ojvr be looked over Ills desk nnd saw that tbf
the bridge of sighs "CIp" said something court stenographer, who bad been ou' th
tc "Lefty" in a sullen undertone which night before, was fit't asbep.
none could hear. OuUide "l.efty's" doll "Wake up there, Ir P." thundeir
fared wife, "Lefty's" Lillian as .she Is the Judge, "and take down tbe liarg o
called, wept on the shoulder of her bus- the couit!"
land's father who vainly tiled to comfort -"Oh, go 'long, Judge'" protested t'l
her, for the verdict was (pilckly Hashed Monographer. "I ,ru time si ntencci
from thp couit room to the waiting ..! f mui
riniwls without "C.yp's" wife, known a- '
"Hyp's Lillian,' received the news In
uthe Aujuho Pt detention. Tho two other lOl'STALV !!. a) A'K VMiU I'llU"