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VOL. LXXXVJ1. NEW SEMES VOL. LtX.
miKLINliTON, VT., THURSDAY, .lANTARV 1, !!):.
Pomp and Display, Incident to
Inauguration of New York's
WALKS TO CAPITOL WITH DIX
Assembly Chamber Crowded and
Many Prominent Persons At
tendAddress from Steps
of Building Follows.
lhanv, N. Y , Jan. 1. -Precedents of
years' :t Hiding wore Ignored, and others
cieated to-day during tin- Itimigui.ition
tr XMlllam Sulzer of Now York as ilciuu
cratlc governor 01 the Hmplro Stab
All the pomp ami display usually Inci
dent to such ocmsIohs were lacking; this
nt the Governor's own ruiu.-st. There
w.in no military demonstration, im flov-t.-mor's
salute, of m guns lo announce Un
ci unnv of iulmlnlKttatlon, im parade of
tKle and political bodies, nothing In fart
1 ) feature tho Induction into olllee of the
State's chief executive except a notable
I .itherlng ot prominent people and the
tarrying DUt of the procedure provided "
Tho new Governor In his desire' for sim
pliclH Insisted upon walking from the
ixtcutlvo mansion to the cipltol, refu.
p to ride in a carriage which h.id been
j rovlded After the ceremonies hi ,n
ii n-anted a iii w feature hy appearing 'i
th- front steps of the cipltol and a 1
tlrtsslnt th- 'housands who were un.i'.lt;
t witness the ceicmontes Inside
Weather conditions were Ideal The son
Fhonn brightly from a clear kf, ami the
fir was just crisp enough to he bracing.
Governor Sulzer is the 4Jnd chief execu
tive of the State. He succeeds John A.
I)lx, second of the name to occupy the
governor's chair, who, when he assumed
t ffice two years ago to-da was tn
irst democratic governor In 1. years.
KVHUY S HAT OCCPPIP.D.
Governor Sulzer took the r onstlttitlonal
i ath of office In the Assembly chamber
tf the capltol It was lavishly decorated
wPh lings, bunting and patriotic emblems
nnd provided with seats for more than a
thousand persons Kverv one was occu
pied, hundreds of persona were scattered
throughout the building and thousands
more were outside when Governor DIx
transferred the executive honors, chips
and rcsponslollltles to his successor.
In surrendering the governorship, retir
ing Governor IMx declnre-d that "In all
Die work that comes to you as chief exu-
atlve A iu have my sympahy," and ex
l rossi-d t.lt hope that "your adminlHtia
t'on will exalt the charactei of our com
monwealth and enhance the happiness of
t' e people "
lr ncctptlng the lelns of government,
in w executive pledged "an honest
ii I efficient and economic and business,
1 nt administration" and was greeted
xtl prolonged applause when he said:
T' i peoplu know that an ounce of pe-r-forruun
e is worth n ton of praise, and
thi y w 11 Judge my administration not
liv what I say now, hut what I do here-
The sceni In the Assembly chamber
(luring the impressive Inaugural cero
jnonles was Inspiring. A largo rostrum
erected over the speaker's platform was
filled with notables. There wero Judges
of tho supremo court. State officers, and
their wives imd other people of promin
ence PROMINENT PUOPLK PHHRKNT.
Thiso Included United Htntcs .Senator
J inn s A O'Gornuin, IJemocratlc National
Committeeman Norman K. Mack, eicorgu
J! Palmer chnlrinan of tho democratic;
Ktnte committee, Mr. and Mrs. XVUllum
It. Hearst, Mr. and Mrs. Perry llelmont
and Congressman .It f fersnn M. bevy.
Charles F Murphv, loader of Tammany
Hall, did not attend. Mm. Win. Sulzer,
wife of the Governor, occupied a seat In
front Mrs DIx was not present Upon
the platform also were the nt. Revs. T
M. A H irke and Wm. Croswell Dome,
blshrns respectively of the Catholic and
Rplscop.il dioceses of Albany The former
of f i red the prayer of invocation, opening
the ceiemony and the lntti r pronounced
The main portion of the chamber was
flMed with th" stuff officers, senators
ur 1 nt;si mhlymen whlbi the remainder
e tue auditorium and gall. -ma wurt.
r owded with Invited guests. In promln
e it seat were "Gen " Rosalie Gardiner
Jones, and "Col " Ida Craft of the suf
f rape tti army
A ha ul tatloned In one of the gnllcilos
i illvened the unit for the inaugural
l irty and assisted the crowd In welcom-i-
g the distinguished arrivals.
As the two governors, walking side by
fide, entered the chnmber the nudlenco
rose and applauded and the band added
to the noisy welcome.
After the preliminary ceremonies the
pew secretary of stHte, Mitchell Miy, In
the capacity of chalnmn, presented Gov
ernor DIx As the latter arose to Wei
i me the Incoming executive he was
; -ected with prolonged applause l-'..r
tie most part, looking directly .it t it
governor-elect and speaking without
n le i tlnng Governor Dlv said:
pi;m iks ni-" uovnitNoit DIX.
Im') 'oil' hinds and vour Keeping I
hi i- trinfir the responsibilities and
re f tin olllee of chief i M cutlvc of
tbl 1 moire KCitc You stand upon the
t ri hoi I of a great opportunity. Your
V n ex icrlence ill public life Htudylna
t e need of the people eminently iuall
i . j i t i admlnHtor with honor lo your
t t a i oli a tan to the i oi.mionw culth
t i r i- 1 1)1 fit it I
Ii ui'i r whole eon li.te t.llffn
t o ofitn if otllce as Governor, a geiieru
t m a ;o cu were ,i familiar and Impor
tant iV'.h Tic '.KuMiilie yi.im have
(.forded you a. splendid opportunity to
ndtrMtind tho nefijs nt the human race.
1 l'rt' Mrrirn, tlui i3utl or th otTlo
0 errifir, a' lion' i ontltuteii, von
1 Ve i rn itb In me wide -.to a. ol
I'fi i' 'ii i, mi . Mp u,ivi r..i per
forming a real pin"llcal service to the
I'copli or this Htnte, Mm have my lust
wishes. And I should like to mention Tor
1'Ollr coiisldeiatlnn .:olne of the reipiln
ments at this time for the fullest ami
best development of the Slate.
"FVir a Hlate to he successful, lis peo
ple must be Found and ilbt In their
views and lis resources economically and
properly developed. The conserving of
the natural resources vouchsafed b a
generous Providence devolves upon the
njionts nnd representatives of the people
as custodians of thotc tesoiirces, that
lliej can be transmitted unimpaired to
those who come after us The forward
steps which haie been taken In the re.
urbanization of prison administration
may, 1 trcn. go forward along humam
lines with lcsults lieni'icl.il to the In
mates, their families and soi letv at hirte.
A watchful care of the ilnainei ,,f j In
State that tin- ejtpendltiiles mav nlwais
be within the Income l also worthv of
miui- pre ileal sense and consideration.
' In all the woik thrtt tomes to you
ihht exeeiillvc. yon will tlnd none more
zealous, none nmre polleltlous for your
welfare than your Ininci lute piiilecessiu ,
that tin einestloiis may be sohi-d arlrht.
and thai vonr admliilstratlon will enlt
tin. (hnr.icur ot our commonwealth and
cnhniic,. the hnpplniws ol all the people."
.sri.ZKU KtSSUS mU,K.
Seeretary of state Mn then adnitnlster
"1 the oath of oPllce which inmle II
Ham Sulzer governor of the State. Stand
Ing erect, with Ids right Imml raised, he
listened attentively to the sol-mil iUes
tlons. Then, pausing a moment, he raleil
a liible to his lips and kissed It, follow
ing Ills action with the words "I do,"
III a low hut distinct voice. Tin secretary
of state then pronounced him "Governor
of the State of N"ew York" and M- Sul
zer bowed In acknowledgment. Sulme
quentlv he delivered his Inaugural ml
dress. floth tin- new and retlrlncr gover
nors left the chaniber ami 1 cheers
and music. Governor DIx went to tho
executive chaniber where he bade his
staff good-bye while Governor Sulzt-r
made his way to the front of the enp
Hoi and addressed the waiting crow I.
"I have just taken the oath of i.r
fleo," he said. "It Is lily purpose to
be the governor of all the people I
am free, without entanglement -hell
remain free. X'n mlluenee controls if.
except the dictates of in;, eonscleni .
nnd to do mv lutv without feai anil
without favor. 1 assure von that In
the future as In the past anything I
can do will In- dom "
lieturnlng to th- . . mlve ehaic
ber the Governor'.- lis: official ait
was to restore to a'tive duty MnJ.
Gen. John K. O'llyan. commanding the
National Giinid. who was retln-1 by.
order of Governor Dlv )
Governor Sulzer then h-ld a brli f ,
public reception in t'.i- esecutivo
chamber whole the judges of the court
of appeals, and Alton 15. Parker, foi
mcr chief judge of the court, were
among the ihst to i ouBrntul ite him.
The leeiotlou over. Governor Sulzer
went to the iveiithe mansion, where
he w.ia greetiil bv i delegation from
the German di-nioer.-uy of Gieaier
New Yoik. to wl'oni he iiinde a brief
1'roni H.O.i t no p. in Governor
nnd Mrs. Sulzer u-ieived at the execu
tive mansion the bun lreds who weie
unable to see the Governor .it the i-.ip-Itol.
To-night a dinp- r was giv-n bv
the n-vv occupants of the in.insl-n
the ladles who had assisted i "i ii,-eu-Ing
and tin lr hn--l .nds
POT $9,000 INTO BUILDINGS
nullum! CiniiiO I'nlr Took In Xli:,v.7t.
T. I'nlil 'JXII.tl!l In I'ri-iiililin-.
anil lilt- Sl.'.n In llmil..
Itiillnnil. J. in 1 It was announced in
the otlieers' n-ports .it tin annual meet
ing of the Ittitl.iiul county Agricultural
society hen tn.il iv that the organlza
t'on paid all current expenses of the fair
of 1IIIJ, exp-mhil It boll i .'fivj for new
buildings ami oth. r Improvements )n ,),
grounds md now bus .ibout Man In the
bank. Tin- gale n eelpts of the lair Were
?12,271 7." The anioiint paid In premiums
Df tin .uiiiinoi i-.p-nilril for Improve
ments i.'i.ii'i wein Into an aits and er.tlt"
building, fl.nfm tor a new horse bnrn, fVn
for a fiMi and g.tn xhlhlt shelter,
It was voted to amend the constltut.on
so as to elei t live triHtcivi Instead ol
thr. e. 'I'll lolluwui- uf!lci-rs wen- el--i-id.
Pi, Id. nt, . I.. I'arter, Piltsfoi.i
-. --pi i -Idem- I-' M Wilson el Hiitlaim
Hi-hell Alenl of West Itiitlaml: immmih.,
.Vlll I. i vis. Rutland, si i-tar.v.U K
r-'iiinsvvoith, Rutlaiiil. ai.ihtors. l-'i-t-ti A
Field. V. II Kliii-m.iii, F. '). Diniton.
Ituthiud, tiuslies, W. IC, Cartu, W. II.
Spauldliig. N. K. I'haffee, J. c. Dunn, .1.
S. Sawyer. The following illni tors wen-elected-
Hi ii mi, i ' M. Kin,'; lirandon
1'. II. Fiirrlngtoii. c.i.stleton, Silas Gld
illngs, Chltti-ndiii, . i;. Saigelit; Cl.it
endon, J. C. llolden; Danby, P. G. Pond.
Pair Haven. J. P. II Adams: Ira, W. W.
JenkH. Muidun, I-:. II. ltlpley; Middle
town Sprlmss. G. A Ilnsklu: Plttsford.
C W. UriKliam: Plttsford, O. J. Malgne
l'oiiltiiev. 1" W. SpauldliiKi Proctor, Kd
ward I.ad.ibouelie; Itutland city, II. U.
Carpenter- Itutland town, W. S. hnm
ton; Sheruiirne. F. M. Plumley; Shrows
bun'. V- I- Russell; Tlnmouth. Hartlett
Stafford. WaKlngford, Wills' Ilenson.
West Hntlnii'l. F II. Gnrham. West Ha
ven. S I. Hitchcock
NEW YEAR'S DROWNINGS.
Four V mini: llt-otlicrn Mlile flu lo Thin
l-e lliifkfji pinker Perish.
Plica N Y. Jan. 1 New Yir
d.iv lo ought ile.it h o four sons of Mr.
and Mrs D.inle K,,hlr of Croghiin
liny, llov, I'laiicis and Daniel, rnng
Ing in ag' tioui nvi-n lo Hi .warn,
were coasting near their home They
went down a hill and on to thin Ice
along the tdge of Heaver river. The
lee broko nnd all four went Into the
Ml mini. The bodies havo been recov
ered. menu, X V.. Jan. I.--.MII11 Williams.
H lears old, Homer Williams, i:;. and
lUymcnul J Path, aged 11 were
drowned In "dean neck, just iast of
Ho.irdninnvllli to-dav Tho boys were
pin In, noili "Ulg I'nth broke
th thin le. WhIU trylnr to rescue
him the TVWIornt o- rana Charls?
Fitch, u uurnparilwi. txUo broke
throtiah. Vomit, Puck wan th nnlr
oho nt Hie- four who w.n vhW- to rt-'Hflt
sboi 1 '11,. 1 , 1 w, 1 , 1 ,,, ,n rreil
BV PARCEL POST
It Was Mailed nt 12:01 Yesterday
Morning- by Postmaster-Gen-oral
CONTAINED A LOVING CUP
Will Be Preserved in National
Museum at Washington to
Comnicmc; . . . r. Inaugura
tion of aericc.
Washingloii. .tit n. I.- As 111- eloi l.s tn-k-id
off tin- 111st seeonil ol ISIS. Postin.ist. r-G-inral
llllchcoek inniiRui ated a n-vv era
In tin- Ann lien 11 postal snilie by de.
posltiiiK peiHiuiHlly in th- WasliliiKton-
pr.slol'fiee tin. Ill t inckllKe to lie ell-tlii-lid
to ll'e doinistli parcel pot sev
In. Ai the sum uioini nt th- pan el post
sei. in- wax opened for business In every
po-tiil'fltc in the I'nltid Statis op. n at
Postmaster-General Hitchcock's pack
age colilullli d a sllvi r loving -up em-loged
in .1 -tout box. Tin- package was address
id to K. M. Morgan, postmaster of thi
t Its of New Vnrk. nnd alter It has made
its Journey tu Xi vv Vork It will be re
turned to .i.-hhiMlnn to be engraved and
preserved In the national museum to
1 omiu-moi.tte the Inauguration m the
l-.ueel iiost n-ice. The pmtm.ist-r-fci n-
r.tl paid 1. 11 cent., worth of stanip.
.iflxnl to Mi- p.ukiige. which weigh, d
about two 1 umls. in this, IT rents 1. is
l-i- r.-mihn .i.-i,ige .md In cents fm "in-sui.ii-e"
-n 1 1 gist ratt'iii.
F.i.iboraie pii nil-atlons ha 1 be, 1. made
o- the post 'lllce depnrtmint for tin In-aug-iratloii
"f the new seivl-e thi-ougli-out
the cmihirv The poKtin.iHtcr-geneial
x aside $;!ii.'eii, from ihe J'.m.mo appro.
Ii luted bv Cnngr.-ss for the- paicel post,
to b- used In eepilpplng the otllces in the
larger cities fm- handling the gieat
n mount of matter expi-cted to he sent via
the llelV ."elvlie. Automobile deliver"
trucks VVel-e provided 111 several ''Hies.
Mr Hileluock has ordered fioni the
postmasteiH In charge of these oill. es re
pons on tin- workings of the parcel post
to be submitted on January IS. On these
ii-ports will In- based a coinpn-hi nsive
plan for hanilling the new servh e and
the ivt'innti-M for aipropriatlons to con
duct the si 1. It 1 during tin- lit xt ll-cnl
jiar. Several poBtmnslers have already
repoitid thai I rge departnient stores,
and mall ord r hou.-es In the big cities,
such as Xew Voik, Chicago. St. LoiiIh
and Hi. -ton liav signltlei! Iln lr Intention
or llslllu the pill-eel posl fm- !i if.lt ileliver
it s. 10 lepl.nf local exnre.-- lompanies
ami private s.ivlce. On tin- stent ot
llus -I .rnter of business will ib pend
t'l .1 -H.ltC' lb :ne tile ulzi of the fun I'
and 'vdpmtnl Pint will be ne, i--n 1.1
llMldle tile additional bll-lllleSS to In done
I tie- postoni di p.innii 111
START OF PARCEL POST
SYSTEM AT NEW YORK
X'-vv Yoik. J.in 1 The pne. I ..-si
n-iv.ti in i-lh 'it was i",uigiii.n. ,1 .1
moment cl'ti r the . hini"s of Trlnltv
Cliurcn bad nun. In tin- rnw vein l. 11,.
maillnt. 'if 11 pokege contnli lr - a sll
ei va-e from Ji Im Wanauinker to l'o-t-mastei-Genetiil
llltiheock at Washing
ton. "'1'hls being tin- lirst panel mulled
In Xew Vi.ik. ' roan p.ut of the lusi rip
tlou on tin vice, postmaster .Morgan
assumed ids m-w Inirdui ehe.-if idly by
smiting tile gtt on it way to bK chief
dozen or llttcen men wore waiting
at each panel post window at mid
night. Package- went to all zones of
tin- new service. Charles Hall, Jr.,
sent a paiknge of tools for 1'.' cent.-, to
In Hrooklvn ,1 nniml of cheese .til
1'i.isei n. Wabash. In 1 , was the (list
l ai Icige !ni-t master Voorbl. s a" . pt
( '1 fioni ,. w.iUing line ol live citizen-
HEADLESS BODY FOUND.
Jrnllllev III. Itllllro liilin Ivilleil ,,
Itlillroml ni-ar Hie llnri-e Stiltlon.
Il.iri.. J. ui I -With his heiol iev .
eieil from his l.odv David Jacob, 1,0 I
of Gr.llllti v llli einplnvel as a ill.ll-i-vin.in
ii- Clinton Itiothers. was round
this inoriiiiig at I ju o'clock on Mil
ium 'i track of tin- Central Vermont m
from of the railroad station Xot nnni
late Mils arte, noon wns Identille.itioii
made In Ids ex 11 11 1 11.-1 1 1., John Muran.
Jlany piople had culled nt the iindei
taking rooms during the Inv In t'.ie
hope of Identifving the body. State's
Attorney Carver was sntlsll.id that the
man met death on the tracks nnd that
nn Inquest was not necessary It is
not known how the accident occur
red The man has two cousins In
Denver, with whom fie .nitborlMr s
I1.1v - 1 oipmiinli .ite 1
FIRE DESTROYS WOOLEN MILL
" rlllf-l'hl- llnniK Thiol, 11 ,i ,,f
Hinplnj 111 111 rlli VI iK-ller
latin Ik ,f.'r,,000.
.Mlllltpcller, .1,111. I.- A loss eslllllateil lit
was tatised bv lire InM night vvlu-n
Hie Utile woolen mill, ,,r, ul ,t ttng ,,,,..
'.T.i I'.nown, tl. Slhley mill, loeand In
Ninth .Montn ii-r. was burned to Hie
ground. The lire slurb d In the picker
mum from .111 unknown cause. . in two
horns the old I11111l1n.uk. which had been
in iniislaiii oper.iilon I'm upw.ud' of 7n
veils wan in iiiliib. nnd about liundf
art; thrown om of wot!,.
Th fir which rrai locat.a or tb thlra
floor was meoTrt,tl by ria sckley.
The- blozti apreml no rjpifllv tli.tt Mithlnc
could hi 1 1; 11
Tin. yum ,u a luutaiuij 1 f dtn
il ci inn- and Was opetalid hi the Mttlo
.l r mil iii l"il r: coinpaiiv The property
Win iiiMiinl ll roiigb a P.. li te agi ncy for
M-,(n. Tin- inachlneri , slock nnd goods
In the process or manufacture Were de
stro.ved. This plant was one of the main
stays of tin village, having In en built hi
IV.? h. Mnior Davis and his son,
Nathaniel. The prod-ict of the mill vvub
a flue (ualll.v of white flannel.
TRAVELING AGENT OF
GRAND TRUNK KILLED
fin iiinati. .Inn. I -Hug. m V. Dahl,
traveling i'r. Icht enetu of tin- Grand
Trunk lai'ro.id. .111 I to- lining son vi ei-o
lllst.mil.v klliiil wlnn tiny were hit by
a 'rain on the 1 'li'clniiiitl. fich.-inoii ,i
Xoithei-n lallioad tracks at Pleasant
Wdge. a Mlbiiib, late ln-d.iv. Mr. Iiah!
and Iii; son Were following Mrs. Dahl
find her father, G. G. D. C.iilson of Chi.
(ago, along the tinekt mid Weie- cross
ing 11 tr-stle vi lit n the train bore down
upon tin -ii .Mrs. Dnl'l and bet- fnthir
l-.iieiy managed to g-t of. the in Mb In
linn, hut tin husband and "on were hit
and w hen picked up a inoininl I u. r vv re
lolind to have tll-d iiiulanilv.
DEATH PROMISED FOREMAN
Hare 111101111eed erillcl- In II, e Hj
iiiiiiiIIc (onsplriici Trial.
X-wc.istle, Hid.. Jan. I.- -l-'rank Dare
"f Xi-vv Lisbon, foiemnn of the Jury
in tin- feih-al iiilll-t al Indtannpnllx
that convlitetl the lis ilefi-ndnnls in
the ilviininlle conspiracy tr'al. to-day
reeelvitl all anonymous coniniiinlcntioii
thieiitenlng his lite. The letter was
not signed and was mailed In Chicago
It r-ad as follows:
'Sir. This Is lo Inform you tin. t .
yoll will he planted under the Hod
within the next three months."
Mr Dure , placed the letter In Un
hands of II. II. Hv-iins. prosecuting at
torney To-morrow- he nnd Kvnns
will go to Indhinniioli-i and place the
mutter before the fed 1 1 1 authorities.
CATHEDRAL IS SINKING.
l.iii don Ihigini-er ll-perl- Thru ( raek-
I'.ililimgf r si, l-niil',.
i.iinuoi,. Jan 1 Intermittent alarms
In n-ieiit veils 11 i-ignnl to tin- riunored
liist.ibility of St .mPs Cathedral h. ni
hil n reaM.iken.il ;, an offici.il report
ivbi'-h .--lr Fiam-ls Pox, consulting engi
ne'" in 1 .-tmlnsti r ii-id tin- cltv of I.on
don, has jir-t pres. nted after mi eMinilna
tlon r the r.ihrlo of the gr-at t liurch.
Ills report is that St. Paul's Cnthcdiitl
Is overloaded; It Is Actually moving and
The cathedral authorities Invited the
opinion of ,-'lr Prnncls. who has n great
tepiitminn in consciimnce of the scheme
of the London county conn' II to ninke
11 trnmenr subway near the Uust Utnl,
which the autlioi ilies have supno' ted and
which ni.nierous inlnee;. b- H,,. wl'l
ml mgei- the cathedral.
Fir Frauds supporle Mils latter view mil
says that already there are most de.-id- d
signs of illstur'.innc of tin- masoiunv
Some of the buttresses In the dome are
cotualb moving and not oniy should unv
fiiillier cause of wt-akiie-s be tibsohit' :
forbidden hut ImmedliCe remeilial meas
ures an Imperative lo cure Its snfetv-
The eight -leit pleis Slippolllllg Ml--ilome
liav. , " fni- t six Inches,
which 1. -re 1 1 iiss-straln
and serious cracks
Hlr l-'i... i - Unit th,. Weight
oil the pb-i 11. d H'Uii.lntlons gu-iitly ex-
1 d.t what present day expel im would
propone standing ns It th -s upon we:
sand gravel and pent. He n-marks M
the actual iiindltlon of t lit.- foundations
unknown. He ascrlb-s the recent
rat-king to -hiftln;. nii-ih dne t- vl'u.i
tinii ft om motor buses
PORTLAND FIRE CHIEF
KILLED EY ACID FUMES
' .'mid Mi Jan 1. Deputy Chief
U I 'imn II. Steele or tin- Portland fire
tb pni tnu nt l il-ad and two other mem
bers of the department, dipt, y. 1;.
I .11k. r and Giles Kidmoud. nn- In a
si nous condition as the lesiilt ,,f hnvmg
Inhaled funi'S of nitiic ncld from u
broken inib"' III Hit baseiiunt of -t
drug store to-tln.v
l-'eitriiig that the acd Wuidd sit fi-o
to the bulldlnc the octupants notlfl.'d
the ,ire dt partmt lil and Depmv Chief
Sici le, Caplabi i'arker .1. d three flrein 11
Wi-I.l IlltO M Im i-iiii in .md t'irileil 1
streiilii from 1 ' iieinlc.il on tu Mie .e ld
The den-c funi" Mini ai-usf diov- Hum
tioui the pi. in. I all Wei-.- maily o . r-
coin. w In ti lie' 1 Il'-d til up Ml .111
Phi' . So el. do o i"-iiiuni
FALLIEIiES HONORED AT
NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION
I'm.-, J.in 1 -Th.- tr.iilltion.il Xevv
Vi.u's 1l.1t 1 11 I'tlon ,u the Kljsee Pal
let was held 10-dav. It wn- . m eption.ilb
w.ll ittiii'l") a" Hie I'l.acn,,,, was to
III. ilk Ml- I'-l public appe.ilo.i. . ,, Piesl-ill-Ill
Fliilli Tile el.tl... lllplnUlltUc
coi-h, including .Myioii T. iiu-rick, the
Initnl Si lies .tmbnHsadoi . was pteseiit.
Sir Pram Is llertle, Hie Urltl.-h nmbas
sadoi. .is I 111 of Un illploiil.ili- c.-rps
ihllvired n s -h In which In- con-
gratulatcd M Fulllcrei, on behalf ot his
rolloagues. lie said that during M. Pal.
lleres's tenure of office he had taken
a pre-eminent part In the great work
of civilization and Imgely had helped to
maintain the cod relations between na
tions Pr. slum! I'.il'bt'S Unuikr.l the nmb.is-sntlo.-h
for the kind wind of sir l-'rincls
and said In would alums ti.-as,i,c ,.s
0111 of the bin-pi"-' tii'iuoile.- of his ytms
In offi. . II' excellent relations be had
111alnt.1lr.cd wllh th. diplomatic ,nip.
SPEND ALMOST $19,000,000
N,w V.uk. Jan. b liuosi lii.om.inni
wus sieni In Hie mitl-tuberculosls enni.
paluu In lb" I'tdted .States in mpj, lh(.
I. .till sliowlHK an Int'iease of iie.uly
Ti.i.iMi. or - 1''I iflil-- ovi r IU1I. Tlieso
llljuieii ale given In tin- (.nirlh .lunnal
statlstlcjil stalemenl of expenditure In
thin movement Issued lo-dav by Mi,, na
tional association lor tin study and pi...
ventinu of iuben iilosls. Ol this eai's
expi ndlliu'ts i'.' 'i I'cr cent .aim from fed
eral, Siu't. louuiy or municipal funds.
Xiivv Vorlt heai) the Hat of Statei in
antl-tuuroulasis txpenattures with u to.
tul ot M61Siv, Pennsylvfinlo atnnij sec
ciml ttltn .rnHc)iUjetts u
llilnl Mil'' ' '"' ' "' 1 "'" '"
W JI I. ?' illi-K-
Local Items of Interest From All
Parts of the Green Moun-
tain Stat'0""'? jjo0
THE NEWS BY COUNTIES
From the Jslnntl in the Lake to
tho Pa5rimj)ic. Alon? Otter
Creek and by the Shores
of Wh'te River.
Xi vv s ha i 1
of .Mi,, nnd
-1 ie eiVed of the delllh
t I 'iii-. wife of Frank
' n . ;. .Mis. I 'ales went to
Pales of C.-e
hi r old hemi. ii.
P.' "shton X. Y.. several
weeks au-". Imping fm- relief from Illness
with winch she had suffered for mm"
time For 11 while she seemed to l- gain
ing, but In r tondltloli suddenly 1 hanged
for the wols". tier husband was Untitled
mid -11 lived there iihoul two hours before
her dt nth December 2t. Sin- was 111 years
if isre mnl Is survlv o. besides her hus
band, by one son, William, wh'j is twoyears
old nnd for tu. 'part V'-tir has lived with his
i-111. Mrs. c. F. itleh of Vv bridge
-tit -t The funeral was held in lo-ushtor
TI101 ..hi) nn. 1 ning. .-
I'.itln :e limn h nf
nieinbii. It11rl.1l vv.i
cein. ti r . I mriii" In i
thi., section , 1 l'',.',
fl lei.e's. Til. 1 ins. of
01 lock. In thi
ll slle W IIS 1
,11 iii, Kmshton
dun t 1 '-sideii -y in
mad. 11 host of
lentil was a ".un--Lake
pllcition "f illsia-"".
Lodge. Xo. II. I. ti. 11 i
I1.1., 1 b-et'-d for
the ensuing tear these ollb i is: N'. G..'
Krnes: Ileynolds: V. (1., JI. 'I. Grady;
secretary, P.. F. Mcriitt: treasurer. John
It. Selleck. The Installlitloli Will take pluce
Diiiu- D. Jackson of Fppcr C.iiiadu
is In town to vlnit ills pnrelitH. Mi'.
and Mrs. William J.u knoll. Wllllai.i
Duinaii and family, who have been in
town for u few davs, have returned
to Iturlliiutoti. Geoigi F. Marshall has
11 turned from a visit to his son. In.
Ii. K. Marsh,. II. and I'.iinily In Albmi'',
X. y.--.MI--st'S Anna ami Margaret .Mul
ligan or Kurlingtoii are visiting tn-l--mother.
Mr. Murj Mulligan. I-'.. P.
Cushinan. who has been eonhnt-tl to
the house for inm. time, his m r.u
rt'iivelcd as tu be able io be at his
store a pun of the time. George Mm--an
of Portia. Ill, .Me., has entered tile
einplo.v of II. D. An her as haine--maker.
.Miss Sophia Wlltls. w.10 has
been the guest of M im. .1. Walter S!
i ester, has returned t i X'-w York.
Mis. A. T. Wari-i-u has gone to Miting
Iltl.l. .Mass. whole she will spend the
winter wllh In r .-on. . W. Warren -Jaii.es
I. Hlchiiiond ol I lobiikt'ii, X. J-.
Is in town. liiaib-H Swift, who has
be n visiting 111 town for the past Ii w
wieks, mis rt-turiii il to Detroit. Mb h.
Miss Pllzabeth Condon has gone t-
North Pennington, when- she will visit
h. i unit. Mrs. K. A Tobi n -There
-.iter at im lotal Imst
t.ITi I'm; Mlh. KliK.ibeth Murniy
M.i-til hirmlc and Co., D. It. Saycr. A.
Slmonds, V '. Smlt.i mil Prank Whit
Uniore. Miss Irene Kent has gone to
Granville. N, ., lor a few tln s. -Mr.
and Mm. .1- M- Hnrko were in Ver
gennes over Sunila .'.Simon Mi .Malum
and daughter hate gone to I'lha, X.
Y.. called there bv the serious Hint;-"!
of a son. Frank D'.i.-.v ol liuiilimt m
is In town to visit his brother, Dr P
L. Dorey. W. P Hammond. in:iniiK--r
uf the 1'. S. Morgan Horse farm, who
has 1 c'-n seriously 111 for the past i'-mv
weeks, has no far recovered as to '.o
able to be about .iKuln. St. plu-n
1 ioo H of Littleton. X. IT. ,ls In town
to -. i-ii ills p u-cn's. Mr t'rtfl Mrs John
I'l.o.i -Mi. -Hid Mrs Ar' hie l.nHrnl'e
hn. e rcHirneil Ii om Fnwii'i Ml and
.Mis- P. F. Cochran of York. Pa. are
i i town to visit Mrs Co. hrim'" moth
er. Mrs. Gardfi-r W.ilnvv light -Mlfs
I-., om I'laston of New Jt I l i
town to visit h'-r parents, Mr
vi..u I!. .b. -ii Fastoii. .Mrs .1 W
reine of Cmnbiidge. X Y . who has
been Iii town for a few dii-s. bus r -tiirnel
to hoi home. ,n i ouianied be
her .unit. Miss lllleii Sulllvmi. who
will spend tin- winter with her -There
wim a Xi vv Y. .it's ball at the Gr.-en
Mountain house at Fast Middleburv
Tuesiluv evening. La voiiehe's oicli.; 1-ti-i
.ii i,ihe. music - Mi. and Mrs.
XI. Chapman arc In Wiishingtoii. I. r
w lien thev will spend some tllll'"-
felon Kddy has iiioved iroiu the fal
len br house on Wc5 bridge street to
the- Mylott house on Xorta pleasant
street. Mike l.lllncl;, editor of 'be
Mlildlcbtiry Itcsi-ter. Is 111 Don.l!
Gilt In of Detroit. .Midi. Is In town to
vl.-n bis molhei. .Mm. J K. Dyer.
ihe licit met till", ol Ihe feiitlll'.v dub
will In- beld win .Mr.- Cm K run at the
.Methodist limiih parsonage. XIi'i.
James Slnoti has gone to Albanv. X v.,
vvheie she will visit l.ci ilnilRllter
Mrs. Arthur Itlce and family.- Mr
and .Mrs George Pitts, who have been
visiting in HiirlltiKton for a few days
have returned home -GeoiHTe .Moo're
or Shoieham, who reeeiitlv purchnsed
the fallellder house on Wevbl ItlKc
street, is moling Ids family then.
AildUoii coiiniv court oicn"tl at two
o'elot k .Mor.dnv afternoon lifter a in-day
iceess. The lirst cine to be brought up
was State vh. John Siiuleau of Ver
gennes. for the stealing of n l.ip-robe, to
width charge he. pleaded cuilt The mif
ter was Mien b'l't lo the piobatlo'n oli i r
to Iniestlg.itc and n purl ill a future dale.
Tne court then took up the ui. of In ie
will or folumbus Smith, Alum A J Peru
i al, conlcHtiinU .md appellant. This i
a will cC'Jf and l blnc foupht hurd on
:oth ldm nn.! will probnbly take up
eonskUrabU tlmt.-Mr. Frnnl; Laolier Is
111, Mi's I'hsrleJ A Furl who Una been
at Mo l: "ii-iinl i ii - M"iicii i. ii . ni'-iitl
I,. i i i n, .1 . . -' .i m ' I vi'
regular inc. ting ol Iln Mldtllebnii Gi.m..
He following ii'llri-rj were oloeti'l Mi -
nr. Willis X Pad.v nVr i , li.c.t
Kecsc; ehnpliln, Clyde Ilnrlbiir; i--urcr.
Homer Haiti; weretarv. Nm i
Chaffcn; Ceres, Mrs John I In mn -Flora,
Mrs. Frank Hlssettl Pomona, .lr .
John 'Wright; steward, Charles A. I. i i. n.
isslstnnt Ktewartl, llowtltd Wright, md-
toivard, .Mis. Howard X'rUht: plnn '
Mrs. A. H. Ilrlslol; ehoiisler, thi I:
John lOv.-ins Hold. The Inntnllfitlon wil
take place at tin- last meeting of the
Grange during th, month of January--Monday.
111,11 kit day. egs brought ilO
ents and butter .10 t Prank P.iles
bus returned frnni Tlrushton. N V ,
7"!10'S wllH called In (inv aco l.i the
less and death of his wife The
iiilicral was held in that village Tb.ir--day
nnd the burial was In tin fnmtlv lot
m Hrtislitoii, N. V. The eattl" slitpm. i.t
.'loiidii.v consisted of three carloads. Mr
mil Alts. Lewis XVood, who have be. n
mests of Mr. and Mrs. ir. 1j. Aich.-r fo
n davs, have returned to Wnrronsburi. ,
Mi. nnd Mrs. J. P. MiOrnilak of Tnrrv.
otvn. N. '., lire the Kllcsts of Mrs. Me.
"ormlt k's fnther, James lllnk", of Sem
ninry -tr.-.-i.-Mrs. I.. Jl. Morri-on l III
t h r ho-ne on Franklin strict. The
young petipl- of St. Mary's chinch will
noltl a inid p-iit.v and social in the Fed- '
ration building Friday cvu.ing. The pro
1 cods will b for tlu b 'lierit of the t bun h.
-William Morcomb bus gone to Rutland
' visit hl.i oii, Willlmn Jlorcomb, Jr.,
.intl fnndlv Mr. ami .Mrs. A. C. Tubnp
bate gone 10 ,Voi.cst. r. Mass.. for a two
vvoeitu' visit with rciatlvi'B and friend"
Harnnid rinrii"! of Holy Cross Colb-gc,
Woroi'Stcr, jlnss . is in town for n visit
with his parent.'. XI 1. and Mrs. T. I',
limns of Xnith Pleasant street.
.Mr.". John Prad'tt ha rctunied from
P.r.-ittleltoro. win 1 1- sin- sp.nl the
P.ihi Wtrk with her children and friends.
-I.ymnn A. i..or. nous of Tlconderoga.
N. Y., n grndiinli of xilddlebiiry College
In Ihe clns-i r.f Ififit, has taken i'p work ns
stcretary r H e Atldlson county Y. M.
C. A. Hi 11 Cavvell e.f Hancock was Tues
day lint tl $!.-, nnd cost. amounting In
all to anoiit j-. for n set nnd offence of
Intoxication. Charles K. Yontt, wno bus
uoan dnlig.-i ic.i-dy ill at the home of ids
dtttightei. Mn. p. !;. Turm r. on Main
street, ttlit ie h- litis. Is al le to sit up
1 hort time r tic t- d.-,y.-Mlss Knth
llnini-ll I1.11, go-ie lo Hu'lnmi for a few
days' visit with fit. niK and relatives.
Mif. Pmi! u McMahr.n has n turned
Irom .1 v.oih's st iy In Hntlnnd at the
home ! Im .lnunhicr. Mis. MePmi..mI.
Tin- .iiinu.il iiic.Mng m the Xlemorril
Haptlst I'hni'h wa hold In the pni lors
nf the- church Tuesday ivenlna. The re
ports of olTlci-is and of church societies
were read and ac. tiled, and showed Mint
tho A'enr had been a successful one. The
Inllotving olTleers wete electetl. Trustei s.
Col. ,S. A. Isb y, 1. L. Hogers and Dr. H.
I. . Averlll: clerk mid treasurer. 1!. S.
Henedlct. aiidltot- and tollector. Dr. H.ir
ter: superintendent of Sundny school. Dr.
II. L. Averlll: assistant siiperlntendeiit.
Dr. Baiter: s.-.ret.nv and treasurer of
the Sunday school. William 1,. Turner;
llbiarinii, Ii. H. Hrown. It was nlso voted
that a letii r e in, to each non-resident
member asking mr 11 contribution
for mlsijious, and that the chinch unite
with the Coiigregiitloii'il and Methodlt
Churches In the observance ot the week
of prayer Henry Hopkins has .gone to
P.utl.iml for .1 few days.- Normun S.
Foote, who for seveiul .tears h is operated
.1 real estate business 111 this tillage, has
with his family moved to St. Albans,
where he is to conduct a real estate business-The
MiiliHehury Progie-sive club
held a well .mended meeting and ban-
Ulet Tuesday evening. After the brmeiuet
a muslcnl and literal v program was c.tr
Hed out The principal speakers were
Prof. It.iiinond McF.irlaml of the college
and Dr. i H t'oikran.
George ll.ii 11.11 . 1, who was r'-ct ntly ar
rested In H.iilington by Deputv Sheriff
P. II. ltowic of Xew Haven, nnd placinl
In the enmity jail at Mlddlehury. was
biought heie Frlditv ly Deputy Sheriff
N. .1. Sanford I'm nurd was brought
' efore Jits'Ve G. I-'. . Kimball on tho
1 hinge of steallm $111 trom James Murphy
of New I In veil, who Is employed at the
Green .Mountain Lime kiln. The 1 enpondent
! leaded not guilty, but on evidence
I resented lo the court he was bound over
In the sum of $vwv to appear nt the June
term of tin- county couit at .Middleburv.
Falling to proeitn ball It.11r.1r1l was
t.iken bn.-k to the Jail .11 Mlddlehury to
.iwalt trial. The .-nine is alleged to have
been commit tul i.ear Ni w llnv-i a Jmu
t Ion. the mine of the Ward munler, and
is one of a series of the wave of crlmo
that seems to l.c sweeping ovi r this
-ectlon. James Murphy, who lived alnno
'n a shack, was an aged man and like
W-inl was In the habit of carrying con
siderable inonev on Ills poron and fre
'iiiently ehlbli'-d It. As near ns can he
gathered the story of the alleged crime
l us follows: .Murphy In company with
P'.-iinard, who is a stranger at Now
llnveii, and has only been working nt
the lime kilns for a short time. H ie
ported to have visited this city th,; night
l-tfnie, and Wot It Imbibed freely of liquor
.mil when starting for home purchased
11 couple of bottles to take with
them. Sunday morning Murphv. who is
repoitod lo have gone to bed almost
stllpclled troll! the 1 ffei-ls of llcillol'. was
awakened by smoke In his shsck and saw
that one end of It had been on fire. This
struck hi as stratus as there hid been
no lire In thu stove. Then he discovered
that he had been robbed while he was
asleep of the Jill which he carried In a
wnllet In h's iro isers pocket, which had
been cut nut Theie Is no evidence vet
as to Hie cause of the die In the shack,
but It Is surmlieil that It may have been
-,.11 -..tl In niiifiMl tin- robbery I'm- some
reason It went out. luckllv for Xinphv
who would no doubt have been mimed
lo death In P.irinnl's possession when
arrested wi le found m-ven JJ bills Issued
bv the Xlldillebnrv bink. om of vthlih
f'-om .1 pieiiHar mini was positively
Identified bv "nipby a., h It.t; .me ' I,
bills whit h he lost. Chuiincoy Hlshee and
tnmllt .md Mi. and Xt.-s. Lewis Peek of
I'Viiisburg and .Mrs. L. G. Whltford weie
Riiests of Mr. and Mis. XV. D. Woodman
chrlslmns duy.-W. J. Stone has returned
to New York cltv after visiting hi,
pariius, ,li. and Airs. Genreo ;, stone. -Mrs.
V.. V. McGovein and daughter, Mls
l-;dllh. have ictiiriied fiom Montre.tl -Daniel
T Doniielb-v of Xlontpelier Is vlslt
Imv his slsl.-r. Airs P V fo. At,- I.
1. Willi fold Is 111 with the grip Xllss
K!et ta Smith bis utuni.-.l lo lti.s-i.n after
a vlilt to hei bislcr, Mrs. T. Novillo. Miss
Fillth McGovern and Miss Tossle Powers
are passtoft a ftw days in New Tori? -Cevorly
Chow tuts returned to Chlcapo
nfiii 1 1. tv d.p vc (.. r.1 Tt'1'1 r
l onliniieil 1,11 pnue (tvo
AUGHED AT IDEA
Workers Carried Down witu
Vreckage when Freight
Train Tried to Cross.
SEVEN KNOWN TO BE DEAD
Fireman Deserted His Post and
Witnessed Accident High
Water Had Weakened
the False Work.
Iltintintrton. W Va., Jan 1 Seven
men weie kllle 1 and tho lives ot sev
eral others an; bcllovt-d to have beet
lost to-day, when a w,.-Htboun
Chesapeake uhlo frclgi t trail
crashed through a wenltemeil LrMo-n
icross Cuyandotie river, at Ouyan-
dtittc. a suburb near tbli cltv The
known lead arc. P. 1: Weber enffl
neer. Hussell. Kv ftenrv vhti-i.
bridge watchman, lluntlnston, XV. Vo.
Charles Maddle, bridgo worker Tal
cott, V A-a.. Jnmea c. Cr.-iwforrt
bridge worker. St. Albans, V.'. Va.
Hmmett Good, brldtre workor, Taj
cott, XV. X'n.. Charles Covner. LrMir..
worker, Teays, XV. X'n.; T. S. XA'heeler
Huntington, X". X'a. More taan a doz
en men were Injured.
ilfforts nn- being- made t-. certal.
definitely the exact nun.i . r ,,e meii
vviio compilsed the tin In nr ran
workers' crews. No atteinot 1. u- but.
mado to-night to re ov. r th.
of thu victims.
The cause of the accident -o
have beep n result ..f
mdermlnlng the piling tin .
put In at low water st ip
-f-ngt-r train had passed
nriilgn just a f'-w moments In fore tn
freight train trashed through ,rhi
brldtfe Is ,1 total loss. The 1 nglne
of the largest types, probabp will
have to be leinoved from th water
before holies can Ie re. overe J
A rigid Investigation Is under w b.jth
by tin- civil authorities nnd offi lals of
the Chesapeake ,v- Ohio rnllreind.
A crew ot thirty or more Iron workers
wero employi d In repairing the hrlelgo
when tin- freight train appeared on the
main track. Sumu of them believing the
fctruclure to have been weak"Iiel b ft
tlietr posit-, but others laughed at dnnge
and were carrle 1 down with the wreck
age when tho bridge collapsed The f re
man of the engine. It was reported, refu-i
id to cross th'- '.ridge and witnrs-icj t .
The rh-.-r had usen during th night
and t Is reportt d so weakened the false
work under the bridge that t collapsed
The Iron woikers were thrown Into tht
water nnd point) of them w. r. drovv d
but others swnm ashore Spc. tators whn
worn watching the men at work gave
the ahum and physieinrs w. re summon
ed from here. All ttafflc nn the railroad
will be tied up until a temporary bridge
can be built
It was stated nt the senpe of the ac
cldent this afternoon that a. count of tho
Iron workers shows four moro of them
to be missing. They nre believed to be
DEADLOCK DELAYS CHOICE.
Nett Ifnnipsblre House of llcpresenta.
tlrex ml! to Elect "penkrr.
Concord. N IT., Jan, 1 A deadlock in,
the orgmlzatlon of the House of Rep
resentatives to-flny prevented the
latum from reaching a ballot for gover
nor After live ballots for speaker hn1
beep taken without result, the Hous? ad
.lournml until 11 rftl a. m. to-morrem-
The S. n.ttc, after effecting a temporarr
organization, was forced to delay per
manent organisation until the brenklng ot
the deadlock In the Ilnirse Four senator,
In district where no candidate recolv(
a majority of Ui votes cast In tho Rtiitd
election, are to he elected bt- Jelnt ballol
of the two hrnnches.
After the Penate vacanol.s jro filled,
the flrt Joint ballot for governor will
be tnken AVhcthcr thlt business woul j
be reached to-morrow was uncertain to
nlftht. The progresatve cnucus last night
votrtd to support the democmtlo nomlnft'
for govenior. Famuel P. Pelker e-'
SNOW IS 11 FEET DEEP.
VlerM IMIriirtl III 20 Ai-nr' ttnglim
tn thr orthtvef.
Seattle. XV.ish , Dec .i An xpi 1 ir.
of the boll.-i- nt a rotary snuwplow on
the i5n-.it Northern nnd an avalanclio
that wrecked a stalled freight train, laden
with oriental ImpoVs on the Chlcagi,
Xlllw.itikee ,(,- Puget Sound r .! m.i J. -.m
pllcnled conditions to-dav l-i , . t as ,i le
mountains, v. h re the nortlnin tr.i-,- or
tllieiunl 1 .ulroiiiis are fighting 1 -f th
worst lliz..irils of the l.it J- ' is P'te
men wen- nilured. two jirobt'l- fatal'
In the boiler explosion, .11 .1 01 tn
was severely hurt In the aval nuh-
The MUw-vukie Hie 1
blocked several days hut the ur. N 'th
ern expected tn .1 ti.ii h
The snow In the niic.nt.i'ii 1 f et
deep 011 the level and a stiff wind 1 ilhr .
huge tlnfts aetoss tun ti.t Its
RAILROADS FIGHT ANEW
TO CLEAR AWAY SNOW
Sc. lite- Wash.. I in 1 lle.it t snow Ml
was repoited in the fasi.idr mounlnn t
to-night mnl the inn tin rn tt;in- ontliictitui
i-.tllloails. will. Ii bad ins' so ceeded 111
upcnlug tlitil lilus lur the lift- movement
of trains, besan the utrufglo over itsaln
Prior to the coming of the fresh storm
dcided improvement in train movemtr
tin-; 1-,-n H-1 v nl. 'in -riiH Jat