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VOL. LXXXVII. NEW SERIES VOL. LIX.
BURLINGTON, VI .. THURSDAY, .lAN'I'AKV 0,
NITMHKlt 28.
APPEiGS
li WONT
local Items of Interest From All
Parts of the Green Mown
tain State.
THE NEWS BY COUNTIES
i'rom the Island in the Lake
to
the Passnmpsic, Along Otter
Oreek and by the Shores
of White River.
ADDISON COUNTY
MIDDLEBURY.
At the- annual niootim; "f otter
preck Lodge, No. .".3, K nf 1'.. the tnl-
iwlnc otllccrs were elected: C. (.'.. Frank
AVnrren, V, O , Nelson Seymour;
A , Wright Caswell: prelate. Homer
llaln, K of R. S., 1'. K. Crane, trustee.
l S. Hnrrlmnn. M. nT V., it. C. Wales.
I of K., C. A. F.arlo; M. of F A. li
I-turtfvant. The Installation will take
dace nt the next regular meeting. Mr. ami
Mrs Ooorgc Norton ari' the parents of I
dnushter Agues Onv of Rutland is
Isltlng her brother. T. Onoy. and family
Mrs George Langdon. wlio li.ix In ill
.Isltlng at tlio home of Mr. anl Mr?.
J Htilloi k. has returned to Host.ni -
letters at the local postnlllcc an- fur the
following. .Mrs. George I!ay. Haitcll,
Daniel S. Coombs, '. Ilartmon. t'l.-d
Proctor, Anthony Tyo.
A pretty home wedding took l.l.no
at the homo of Mr. and Mis. A. It.
I Smith on Washington uri'i't N.w Year's
afternoon when their daughter, Mls.s Ni l-
l.o Jane Smith, was united In ni.irri.iKe 'o
Karl Morlock of .lamalea Plains, Mass.
Miss Clara Smith, a sister of the bride,
was bridesmaid and II. M. Smith, a
I lirotlior, was the best man. The cere.
monv was perlornif i by the Kev i. n.
'orkrnn, pastor of the Methodist Church
Mr and Mrs. Morlock leit for Huston for
a short honeymoon, after which thev wll!
make their home In .Iani.il a Plains,
Wass
Addison county coint caino In ;it two
i "lock Monday afternoon alter a recess
idnce Saturday forenoon and the Colum
bus Smith will iase was resumed. The
attb shipment Monday consisted of two
arlnads Mr and Mrs. 1'. L. Crane and
datirhter hav. returned fiom Suncook,
N 11 , when they have been visiting
Mrs Crane s parents for two weeks.
The opening mooting of the observance
if the week of prayer by tin- union serv-
( of Methodist, CoiiKrenatlon.il and llap
ti!,t Churchis was held In the Methodist
i '. ir h Kundas evening. The Rev. Rich
I I F.-ten of the Haptist Chinch
i ill (1 thf sermon. The servli es to
1 t w II le held ill the Haptist Chinch.
I.tnwood Law, who has been visiting
Ins nint, Mrs. John Stiles, for lu days,
hi re' irned to Morrisville. Mrs. Shambo
of Kr union Is the guest of her son
Genrgi SI, imbo ..Miss Susan Not ton.
called Kii as a witness in thn Columbus
Smith 11 a.-i, has returned to Spring
in Id, M,i - - Monthly, maiket day, eggs !
nrought .i eirts unl butter St) to 31. Scv
i ral t r j" If k uoisis have been sent to
t .iliad i to take jiait in the Ice races.
Ford tape of C,n;-luii who was placed In
the Add nn fumy jail for non-payment
of taxes, has made at rangoments. to scttlo
li ml been role ised fiom jail. Sister M.
Imelda of nuffalo, N. Y., and niece, Hiss.
Catherine Hoci ford, also of Huffalo, have
returned to that city titter visiting her
cousin, Mips Mary Kane. They also visit
ed relatives in Huilington. Miss Minnie
McDonald has !. turned from Rutland,
where sh has been (siting for two
weeks - ' the .nnunl mooting of the
Batte'i Ilos' . ninii.ini the following oOl
eers wort (lerted Foreman, M. A. Un
bar first assistant, .leiry Trudo: socunel
usslstai t, Walter Small; secretary, Ar
thur Foil ' treasurei, LrneM Key nobis,
delegate to State nremati's convention,
Jerry Trudo, alternate. Raymond lJene
dlct -The annual meeting of the Holy
Name society of St. Mary's Catholic
Church was held Sunday and the follow-
Ing ofllccr.s wre elected: President,
Thomas Hurn.-. secretary, I'hllllp S. Mur
ny, nsslstant. Peter . I. lllnks; treaHiirer.
rlh ir I'onst hist marshal, licorice Kil
dor, assistant, C.eoiBe Shambo- counsel-
rs, Nacy Dotian. D. 11. McUubIi. Dr.
I'. I. norey, Isaac t,avoncho. Jr., Jamt-i
narrnn and James lllnika.
Frank Kltth h able to bo u-bout
again after n 10 dayH' lllno.fs. Tho time,
of the Addlbon county court was occupied
all day Tucsdny with the Columbus
Smith will ease.. At present It does not
hoem as though the caso would get to
the Jury this week. Tho lion bridge over
the underpass at the Rutland railroad
station Is being put In place and It te ex
pected that the pass will soon bo In
use. A. A. MeKvoy has returned from
lirnndon. -Has inond Muirny has gone to
Thompson's Point, where he has a pofi
tlon for the winter. Mr. anil Mis. A. C.
Tabor have none to Wore ester, Mass ,
where thiy ai visiting relatives tor a.
few iIim -A T Calhoun and family
have rotoilieil fiom a' 10 days' stay In
Spnnglitld, Muss, and New orl; city
, I Itog is has gone to Montpeller.--
Mlke Migrtto has gone to I'roetor.
J Jamil McCormick has gone to Rutland
pi it J i ndcroga, N. Y. Minor II. CowIoh
Ins gone to M'intp'-ller for a few days.
Fred Il.immond, who had so far recover
ed ns to he able to he about a little, has
had a lelapso and is again confined to
the house Miss Anna Abbey has re
turiir 1 from a two we. Ks' lslt In Rur-
lingtou
TIv 'ideiHc In Hi" Columbus Smith
will ctne, which has occupied tho time
of Addison county court for lt days, was
i In at th morning tesslon Jnei
ay and th arrumnt by th Uwysm
wrr commenced. It M thought thftt th
ase wll' be Hlvep to the .lux v sornti tlmn
to-d M is ,I ini. Url H l I' in
d fnin New VorK wlKte slu sp- lit Wo
weeli" Mlss hU.r 'a M M.llivil lu
telurnpd rtnin Ftlca, N. V where she
was called several weeks ago by the se
rious Illness of n brother. The Ladles'
Aid society of St. Stephen' Church tilll
hold a food sale In the chapel Saturday
nftcrnoon from two to five o'clock. .Mrs
Thomas Lynch has gone to North Ad
ams, Mass., where she was called by tho
death of a rel.ttlve.-G. M. Ilayward Uaf
coup to Hitrllngton for a few days. Dane
Jackson, who has been visiting his par
ent", Mr. nml Mrs. Willi. im Jackson, on
South street for two weeks, has returned
to Canada. Abraham Kar.itn has return
ed from Kurlington. Mrs. Frank Lusher,
who haw been 111 for le ibos. is able to be
about again. Henry C. Kelsey, who had
been In III health for some time nt his
home In Whiting, died Wednesday morn
ing at the age of II years of a complica
tion of diseases, lie Is survived bv a wife
and tin -Iilldren. The funeral will be
held at his late home Frldaj at one
o'clock and the burial will be at tlu
South Cornwall cemetery. Mr. Kel.ey
was a mi mber of Lake Duniuorp Lodge,
No. II. I. tl. O. .. of this village. Mem
bers of like Dunmore Lodge, No. 11, I.
fi. n. 1'., will attend the funeral and con
duct the services at the grave. The an
nual nifptlng of the Volunteers of 'Vt
Hose company was held In their rooms
Tuesday evening with a good attendance.
The reports showed the affair. of the
company to be in good condition. The
following olllcers were ' ( leeted: I'oie
nian, James MeNiiUy; first assistant,
James Mulligan: second assistant, John
Lowell; treasurer, John Jerow; clerk,
Fred Lal'an; secretary, Mr, Hamilton;
delegnte to State fireman's association.
K. V.. Turner. He will appoint his own
alternate The Ladles' Aid society of
St. Stephen's Church will meet with Mr.
N. A. Seymour at her home on Washing
ton stieet this afternoon.
VERGENNES.
William Ryan, aged eight ycuts, who
had for several cars made his home here
with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and M s.
Robert Hudon, di d Friday forenoon
at. Dr. Hayes'- sanitai itim in I'li'Mnmon
1'iom meningitis. The body was brought
here and funeral seniles weie held at
St. Peter's Church .Monday mouiiiu. Mis
Cuy Havnes and children of Reiinlngton
are visiting her parents. Mi. and Mrs
Frank (Sec. The employes of the L. I'.
Henton factory and their friends to the
number of 7.". enjoyed a dance Thursday
evening In the building Mi. Henton form
eiiy usiil for an ofllee, bi.t recenilv moved
down near his plum and In whbh "
Install machinery later. The arrangements
were In chat go of Messrs. Nash. McKay,
Jarvis ami Rocli. and an orchestra of
three pieces furnished music. A pleasant
evening was passed and refreshments were
"i i veil. Miss C.race. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Dewltt H. Paik.-i of Walthain. and
Walter Leonard of Shotchiuu were mar
ried Thursday morning at the rectoiy of
St. Peter's Church by the Rev. L. A.
Vezina. The best man and bridesmaid were
a ninth) r and slstei of the groom, Jnmes
Leonard and Miss Hattle Leonaul.
Set It Winner ( hupter, Daughtets of the
American Herniation, held their meeting
New year's day at tho home of Mrs. C. s.
Haven and the follow Ing program was ear
iled out: Reading. ' Lake Champlnln," Mrs.
Myron T. Hrlstol: poem, "The Rattle of
Valeour Hay." Miss flraep L. Klngsland;
leading. "Our Pilinlthe Custom." Mm.
Frank L. Pish: poem. "The PaisonV;
Daughter." Mrs. . W. Norton -fleorge
l'ery of North Adams. Mass.,
visited Miss Hlanche l'.ittiu Thursday.
Louis and Joseph Mllo of St. Albans
and Ceorge Mllo of Worcester, Mass.,
vlMtcd their father. Is.idore Mllo, and
sisters, the Misses Julia, Tucy and Sellna
Mllo, this week. Miss Marguerite Hartley
Is visiting Miss Malvlna Cataphor of
Shelburne, Mrs. K. M. Young hn. re
turned from Providence. It. I. Thorn is
Caorghtou and Martin Welns of l'x
btldge, Mass., are in town for a lew days.
Miss Mildred Moorby of South orange,
N. J., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. John
Moorby. Mr. ami Mrs. Levi II. Hrown
and son, onslow. have returned from
Chateaugav. N. V.. whele they have
been spending several weeks with her
hUfb.md -Mis. Walter Dalrymple 1.- ill
with toiislbtU. lohn C.ee has returned to
It. re after a visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank C.ee. Mis. Alouzo Pigi on of
Htirllngton visited tho Misses Julia and
Lucy Mllo this week. John Harding has
returned from a visit In Tleonderoga. N.
Y.
Plerpoini I odce. Knights of Pvthias,
eleit. 1 ..fibers Krlday evening as follow.
c c . ij A Reach: V. C. fleoige 1!
Shirk, pr.l.ite. F. W. Graves; M. of W.. j
C M CramleN; K. It. S.. II. ''. Ilerileli
M. of S . C.eorge J. Itoss; M. of i:., I". II. J
Cole M of A.. W. ll. Watt: trustee )rj
three wirs, !'. L. Fish. Durim: tin
evinlng the thlid link va- worki d on
two candid. .tes. i
The fuueial of William Ryan, who for1
sevual ynirs has been living with his !
i.nile and aunt. Mr and Mrs. Robert
llndHin. ami who Tiled Friday ' a winl-
tarluin in liurllnglon of meningitis, was
held at St. l'et. r's Church Mondav
morning. Rev. L. A. Ve.lna nfflclateil.
and tin hi icis wen- vlctoi Remind, Kl-
lioti C.-iisse, Charles Hallows. Fabian
Rtvits, (li'orge Ratnsay and Charb s
Qulnn. The body was taken to Orwell foi
burl.l by the side of his mothor.' Among
those from away were James Ryan,
father of tlu deceased, and James Cronln
nf Sudbury, Mrs. V, C. Carroll and
Michael Rums of Cnstleton. R. M. Ryan
nf Orwell and Mrs. Hruco Wright of Mid-j
dlebury, who with Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert
Hudfoti and Miss Allen Carroll of this
ltv nci ompanlfd the body to Orwell.
Mrs. Jniln Smith Allen Is 111 with tho gilp.
-Miss Ch.ipln of Stowe Is visiting Su
pcrli.tt '..dent ami Mrs. Douglass. "The
Red Fl.isters." a Spanish drama, Is to be
present, d In the opera house Friday
evening by students from St. .Michael's
College, and the proceeds will b" used
for t!ie benefit of St. Peter's
Chureli.-The winter term of the Ver
geunes graded sc hool opened Monday
with all the teacheis present, with tint
inception of Miss liresiiahan, who Is de
tained at her home In Proctor by the 111
licsH of her mother. Miss Chapln of Stowe
Is acting as a supply. -Mrs. L. ! Whlt
ford Is 111 with the, Brip.-Tho Misses.
Hertha atandey and Funnio Slnon havo
reMgpcd their positions aa saleswomen In
tho store of Chanihert-iln, Foot" & com-.any.-Cards
arc out announcing tho ap
Pio.ichlug inaiilage of K.innle, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Patrhk "hiou, and Call
sot: of Mr. ami Mrs. Peter Smith, to tako
place January 15 at tho Mothodlst Epluco.
pal Church of Panton.-MIss Ktllel Tull
hen taUan a poiltign an saUswomtn tn tna
lr t ChamWrU-ln l"wt & oempn7.
millm Con, who mi called hr by
tho lllnen of hU nlntcr. Mrs. WlUlani
r;reuna" I fin mi to lliiiigcpoit,
t'lxuUuucd on Mm, a,j
PRIZE WINNERS IN
BUTTER AID SUGAR
Awards Made at Yesterday's Ses
sions of Vermont Dairymen
and Sugar Makers.
Debate by University Students
a Feature Evening Given Up
to Woman's Auxiliary
Banquet To night.
I or the C!d time, and the Hth time In
Rui linglon. Viimont dairymen m. t yes
terday lu the ainiory for their annual
F. stion. The attendanc was large at tho
nioining session, but In the afternoon
tile ball was packed to its capacity
'I'll.- closing session of the maple sugar
makers, a short business meeting, was
In Id hi the morning on the Van Ness
House toot gaidfti, and officers
i lei ted as follow.:
Pr sl'b nt A. A Caileton of
were
West
Newbury.
Vice-presidents C. K. Martin of
Rochester and W. n. York of West Llm
roln.
Secietary II li. Chapln of Middlesex
'i're.isuier- Homer W. Villi of Randolph.
Audttoi-P. H. H. Noithrop of Shel
don.
SCtiAH AWARDS.
Maple ss nip, single entry W
buri. West Newbury, score
Spiar, West Newbury. !7: A. A
. II. Tux
!'T: Fred
, Caileton,
Wet Newbury, '.nj; T. M
sex Jet., a: J. H. C.
Newburj,. tc. I). .. Knei
. Higeiow, ICs
Tyler, West
dland. Walts-
lield, S; Miles. Mc.Mahon Co., Stowe,
Waltir S. Abbott Maisblield, !i; C. A.
Hadgei, l-.'ast Montpelli r, SJ; A. Salmon,
mover, !.: (ieoige C. Flint. Randolph. !;
Jay c.oulil. Iianby. 07. Ahln Smith, D.in
bv, .i: W. 11. Patterson I'alrneld, !i7; A.
M. lenne, Rlchford, S; 11. H. Olmsti ail,
Franklin. Kl; (iiorpe K. Sprague, Ran
dolph Center. !i".; Lena Hewitt. Hrlstol.
t;.. J. t'. Colvln, Jr.. West Rutland,
William i:. York. West Lincoln,
ft!. L- c. Hayes, Straffoid, US.
J. P.. Haye. Strafford. f.s. M.
L. llnbbell, Knosburg Falls. !7: C. :.
Martin, Rochester. 5: Ralph Martin,
Itm Iiehter, !i: John c. Ilolden. North
Clarendon. ;iv
Class A producers First. .1. P. Spear,
West Ne.vi.ury. second, C. II. Colvln,
Dan'y; third, o. II Jackson. W.sttord.
Class !'.. aitlstic illspla.i l'lrst. N. !:.
Colvin, Danby,
Mnrshfie! .
Class c. caki'
Soule, Fall Held.
M. Albans. !'7t-c
ville. W. I.. M.
v 1
s. ennd. .1. Hurton Pike,
sugar 11 1 .t. Oeorge II.
sioie, ri;: liuy Piin.lli',
: M. II. RIdloii, Cuttlnws
Wi.lker, West Rutl mil,
Su'.jr It. palls L. (i.
fy '!. N. K. Salmon,
pirns Per, y. Fair leld, W,
Lnosbcrg Fall", tl; M.
Wllibr. Middle.
Olover. 'i7: Dal
lj; It. Shefroids,
Pilmlle, St. Ai-
bins. W; Mt
''K I Iowa id
.7t
A. L.
Hubble,
Ilayes. Stratford.
Lnosburg Falls.
RFTT1CR AWARD?
Pnze winners were annotineeii ji. icr.
oay nfteriiooii. The dairy sweepst.il.es
for butter went to C. C. Johnson of Pom
fret, whose pioducl scoied r7 I-:' points
The winner of tin' gold medal and cieam
ery sweepstakes was M. K. Itruie of i'.is--mmpstc,
score :iv There weie luO entries.
The highest scon, was : and the average
f..". l-:i points. There weie a low more
dairy exhibits than cieainery and the to
tal was It. or 2.) more than a ..ear ago
The other seou.- tor d.iirv butter Wl e
as tollows.
Score !'. -CharleH 'i.it.. Sons. .North
Hart'and: C. J Ni lson. Sha. kl'ord, K.tn
Ricgate: lieorge li.bble. (irotmi, P. li
hwan. .Montgom. r . A K rilierliui tie,
Nirth IVunrnt. John liond, liasi b nl
iellei. c c I'nliii. .leu, . Hi,.. F v.
H.iyw.iiil, W'.st F.iirl i l-' Flint. Run-
'..l;ni Celll. .
Si die '.. 1-S - C I-' Suit I I .. ,Mo i IsVlilt , F
IMellc, .Monlyebei
Scoie p.' 1 1 .1 Kiieeland, VVaittiield; 11
II. Can'iiter, Marshllchl; (1. R. Taggart,
Royalton; (I N. Klttrldge, Hiownsvllle.
C. P.. Mellon. ild. liroton, C. D. Ilazin,
Jr.. W ild, r S. W. Jew. tl ,t Son, MI'Mlu
iniiv. I. A Wn. Sheldon. M. L. Hubbard.
Hnosl.iiic KulK s. II. Warren, North
I'omfiet; M.ir.s II. Hewitt, Noith 1'o'tl
fr.n; A. P. Clin.ir.l, Noith I'omfiet; S. E
Perrv, South Poinfret: A V. Dougl.u,
stowo. e-. m. Lllllye. Marshlleld; R. ,1.
Fuller. Wllllston.
Score W l-:-S. R Wetherlll, Shorehani;
1). P. Holmes, Marshlleld, H. .1 Jennings,
Fast Hardwlck. I' L. (ilddlngs. Morton.
vllle. O. M. Hnyw ml, .Mbldlelit r. .
Score WW. II. Ilerrlngton. North I'oni
f rot , L. H. Page, Randolph Center F A
Prow, South niiillnston; W. M. Hill.
Sturkshoro; W. M. Varney, Vergennes,
J P. C.indoni, Plttsford; Frank Tor,
Wcstford; W. II Howe, South Royalton.
j. c cairlg.in, I'lttsrord; Onorge A
Allen, We'it llrnttleboro: J. C Calvin.
Jr.. West Rutland; S. II Leonard, North
I'omfiet ; J. II. Wilson. Oteensboro; ;, t
Nichols, Knoshurg Falls. ,1 .Mower.
Hast Hat net; II. Weldinati, Swnuton, H
I. Harris, Proetoi ; N K. Merrltt, J. i;
Ansboro, pei by. )'.. J Talbot, Harie; A.
L Univ. .Ineksonvllle, 11. Hover, Chel
sea; Oenrge V. Rohcits, Khskv Center;
II. L. Leicester, Wells HIvel ; C. .1 Slmy
A. Sons. Mm i If Hie; ,1 II. Richmond,
Woodsliuk; William P. Stone, Stafford:
lC. A. Podge, Cast Corinth; L. C. l.ltch
lield, Mlddlebiiry. J I". Donahue. Ver
gennes Seine IM l-i-f. . Mix, Monipellei ; F.
H. I'ViwIer, South Ito.ialtoii. i: 11. Lmi
" in, Morrlsvllle
Score ill II. F. Clark, Chailutte R. F,
Hurnett. He the); R II Hrlstol, Veigeimes.
C. A. St. John, llubbaiilton, C. A. Creud,
PltUfQrd; M. I, RWion. Cuttlngvllli F.
L. Husatill, Sruxwubury, O, a. tHirpntr,
CambfiilB; Chflrl L. Wlnslow, Xorth
Clrn(3nn, C R, Martin. Rochriter, W
C Porter Sb.iroi L Johnson. Rnn
""'I'll ' Juno. Miitoti, Palmer
)ii7lilii, 'w JXacn, U ti Hcji t uu
son w I 11..11. no, iin Loniioiiderry;
Charles M'-i.iin Topsl.atn.
Score ; -Fillmore Farms, llerinlngton;
i:. ;. (Ilddlngs. Hubbardton; John H.
Camion. I'lttsrord; Charles I). Mirtln,
Fast Corinth R. l'ltnner, flrototi. Karl
Knglman, Moirlsvlllp; Oeorge It. Pong,
lass, Sheldon Junction; II. F. Donahue,
Essex Junction. P. O. Donahue, Stnrks
boro; Frnest L. Howe, South Royalton;
Fugeno Hvitmlet, Vergennes.
Score Sl-Oemge H. Davis, Castleton;
W. M. Ililrnham, .South Royalton; A. It.
Roberts, Wot Hartford; M. J. Lewis,
Woodstock; T F. Donahue, Milton; F. L
Harvey, Hlnchurg; J. R. Lucia, New Ha
ven Mills; H i iMirner, izat,t Ilurku; j
Frank Cliapmin, Lincoln, II. II. David-
son, Cavendish
C'HF.i:SH AWARDS.
Factoty plain. Palmer Hro New Ha
ven, score P". 1" L Russell, Shrewsbury,
score !K
Factor sage. Palmer Hros., New Haven,
score M; F. L. Russell, Shrewsbury, scote
97.
DF.RATi: HY FNIVKRSITY STl'DFNTS
A feature of the alternooti session was
a debate by students of the college of
agriculture at the Fnlverslty of Vermont.
The debate was pontine tl to a half-hour.
Thn subjeet dlcussed was "The Milk
Car Veistis the Creamery " Tho afllrmn
tlvn waa supported by F. C. Flsko, '13. and
W. 17. Hyzer. l.l, and the negative by F.
H. Abbott. '13. and M. R. Morrow, '14.
The Judges were C F. Smith of Morrls
vllle. C. L. Kinney of (Irand Iln and
Charles Wlnslow of North Clarendon.
Their decision was given to the negative
The evening session was held under
the auspices of the Woman's Auxiliary,
and, beside., readings ami music, ad
dresses by Superintendent Mason S.
Stone of the Stat" department 'if educa
tion ami President liuy Potter Henton of
the I'nlvcislt.v of Vermont weie on the
program.
THF, PA V IN PF.TAIL
The sessions opened with prayer oc
the Rev. C. J. Staples and a welcome by
.Mayor Roberts, who was made a life
member b.- vote of the association. "My
only iUallication," said he, when this
took place, "Is the fact thnt once 1 milked
one cow."
F. L. Pavlj- of ll.ntford 'egponded
briefly for the association.
W. 17. Carter of Rutland, president o;
the association, followed with his ad
dress, which appears below under a sep
al ate hi ad.
(leorge t;tbbie of Groton told how he
"made the sweep stakes butter." and an
swered numerous iiiestlons from mem
bers present.
"From Forest to t'oinlleld" wna an ac
enttnt by II. o. Daniels of Mlddletown,
Conn., of his siipc ss In clearlt.g some li
acres of woodland by the use of dyna
mite, so that corn was growing where but
a few months earlier, the trees had been
standing. He stroiuly recommended the
method, ai handl.d by experts, for use
by Vermont farmers generally. In the
afternoon Mr. Pnnleb. spoke again, upon
"Crop Rotation for the Paiiy Farm."
The treasurer reported cash on Decem
ber 1. I!tl2. of Jill.in against Wt i7 a eai
i go; total lecelpls S1.'""''.C7 lneliidliig Slate;
appropi latlon nf ?l,i"l. advertising S.'C,
mombci'slp lees Mllo and troni sugar mak
. rs Mf..
PROF. IIORLAND'S APPP.KSS.
At the nfteinoon session Prof. A. A.
Holland discussed the topic "What the
Cow Poes With the Feed She Fats." He
explained the use of the respiration
'alorlmeter In de ermlnlng what becomes
of the food constituents. The animal Is
i losely confined In a compartment such
ib.it accurate data may be obtained. All
food and all excretions are weighed and
lnalMted. thus affording an aeeuiate
statement of Intake and outgo The heat
given off by the body Is also det. i mined.
The value of different foods may be thus
iscertaine.l in leims of the eneivv thev
eontaln, or llberat. when consumed bv
the animal He likened the animal body
to a machine which moles Itself and (tip
piles pow'ei to move other machines. An
. nglne m eds sufficient repair material to
keep its working parts In running order,
and a fuel supply proportioned to Its
work: and so does an animal.
The body machinery is cumposed of
water, ash and protein. The pre.tcln Is
the chatiicierlstlc Ingredient of the ani
mal body: It Is broken down nt a fairly
reasonable rate, and It r. quires a con
stant lem n il in the fot in of food protein.
A contlt.ua; snpi.lv of fuel mate! lal main-
lli . arbo h.idiatcs ami tin is needed hi
the iinhnal machlner.i . since It Is running
i coiitlinmltv Protein is sometimes used us
jfnel: but s icb u-iige is wasteful, sin.-e
it is expensiv. to buv or to raise, wlu iei-i
learbo hydrati ate cheaply piodnc d Tile
heat evohed 111 burning tood consiltiients ' "' lmVt' ,w" i'"i"'i""mp
does not nicisme their nutritive value.!"1" '"""'"'I
since .ertaln losses must he deducted In' A bill stipulating that Ihe
order to determine theii avalluble
einigles; tlrst undlgoMcd food excreted
iiom the imestlne'. second. Intestinal
gases eaiind by feruieiitatloi,; third,
nitiogenous 'ompounds voldnl In the mine
The ml ni. igi 1 . pres. nts the available
energy .liniiniski d '11 this three losses,
as weP as bv the losses entailed by the
processes of dlg'"-tloii. It if this net
energy which the animal uses in the work
of tho s-vetal oigans other than those
used In dlgertlon. Such as remains after
the nialnti tinn.-e li iiiltein.:nts arc met
Is used for milk making.
A table wa shown Illustrating the
destiny of the food. Its net encro In used
in two wins; tlrst. for the maintenance
of the both. I e . renewal nf wornoiu
tissues; s. coml. for the production of
milk, the maintenance reulrenient Is
piaetlcallj " tonstant iinantlty; heme :,.
inocase or diminish the rations adds to
or subtracts from :hu portion which
mn make milk 'I he true value, or a f t cd
Is not expresses! by Its market ptlce, but
by the lontents of protein or of energy
It furnishes lor a dollar. At piesent prices
coin meal tarnishes energy at the lowest
price per I110 therms, while cottonseed
men! fin nNlifs protein at the lowest prb .)
per 10" pounds. A combination of these
two feeds with some other feed which is
light and bulky In lis nature, such as
distillers' dried grains, rurnlshes the
oasis for an onoiulcal v.' tin mlxtuic
CO-OPFRAT'IVF. ORKDIT RYSTRMS
Htalf Cniniiiltslone.1' of Agi Icultiiru
Orlando ' Maitlu prcsenti il a catcful
nudy of co-operallvi' irnllt systems
abroad, taking tip tho main features of
those III seieial l.uiopean countiles. He
closed wlih a re'emic to the possibili
ties tn this dlieetlnu here.
' Lack of capital Is icspousluli. for much
f tb Pr farmltie of thu prvicnt tlm
8tltlc thow that Amatlctin rallrouds,
manufturr and mrchnt8 py 4y to
0 pr otn. for borrowed capital. Oertriap
Bill! n-cnf" ,,,rf ts t I .0 '. per .-. nt
ctuntiuuoa uu iiiitc 1.
SENATORS
uf I,,. f gEesieo uiiii. win mute nimui o..i-
If G Jul 12 ;i.toir jvltuio' .... . , r.
!
nv ninittttT no
Discuss Flat Rate Intangible Bill
All Afternoon in Execu
tive Session.
REPEAT PROCEDURE TO-DAY
i
House Spends Most of the Day;
Considering the Codifying j
of Fish and Game
Laws. i
Mnntpeller, Jan S. The Senate this,
afternoon ndoptnl en unusual method '
of procedure, the considering of a bill In
e.iii.tive session. The peclal older wn"
H. :'.74, the flat rate intangible bill. Mr. j
Hatelielder moved thai tb" Semit. re-
sole itself inle limit t r tin whole. '
which was au.e. .1 t", and when that
was done a motion fot an exeeutivi ses
sion wa- .niii.d The purpose of this j
njove' was to eonslder n conipiomlse ar-
inngi tm nt on the tux: n"' Stion. The coin- I
inlttep spent tlnee hours In consideration '
of the bill and piopospd amemliiients. .
Tile session was made executive In the,
hope that the discussion might be uinie
fall nnd free than It' the committee mot
Ing wete public ami others took part In
Hie lebnte.
The discussion 'ook up the whole tax
iUesttoii. but was not completed and
I lie eoilllllll lee III Hie U1IOIC w ill su aaill
lo-moiiow luternooii r.ml loiitlnue ' 011-'
Kit latlon ol the uuestioii. 'Ibis is tin '
method used In Congress and oilier exe-j
cutlvi bodies to pet feet an Important ,
1.111 and the members of the Senate
be- I
lleve that substantial piogress was made
In unfiling an agrei ment that will have
tiie backing of a substantial majoiiiy
of the S. oate
The general line ox elfoii anil the I
( am. ndnienis pending, but not yet artel
upon, i utistli lite an attempt to unite the
chief piovislons of the tint rite bill,
which has passed the House and the five
per cent, exemption lulls, whii h have
a coinpioinie ineiisiiie enn be agtepd
upon, it is bellei.d that It will stand a
good show of passing both liou-e.
ON FIS'I AND HAMF. LAW'S.
The lloiid silent ni'isl of the dav in
i onsldcraUon of l. 171, ih,. codfvlnK
the ilsh ami iMine laws. The bill had Its
t li It il nailing at the 11101 nlng session and
in the afiernnon a dozen or more amend
im nts weie pioposod, debated ami acted
upon. The bill was linallv passed without
a roll call. Mr. Ilnpgood of Pern Imme
diately moled i reconsideration which
was refused ami no further action by the
House Is possible at present. It is under
stood that some amendments will be made
In tile Senate and the whole 111, liter Is
likely to come befiue tile public again.
The House this morning reconsidered
its action of yestcnliiy. refusing
leading to the bill increasing the
oi the miik commissioner .v)
ki.miv is paid by ihe savings
1 third
s nary
This I
bunks
and
. . m.
as th
n '.st companies, .md does not 1
out 01 the returns 1,, depositors, I
lianks ate bidding for depol:s. The1
additional amount
pay will be very
which eii-'h bank will
mall and the bankers
ar,. willing to pay it, since It will penult !
a more thorough Investlu-atlon than is'
now possible.
WANT TWO Cl'STO.MS DISTRICTS !
The Senate Went on 1 coord as opposed
to the consolidation of the two custom
dlstrlets. Mr. p.lunchard of Orleans offi-i ed 1
a r. solution, which was adopted without I
debate, setting forth that these districts I
an- aiming the must important 111 the
country In the number of entiles and
amount ot duties paid and askhm the
PteMileiii not to order their consollilaiion.
The people ot New .oit natinall desire
their town to be heaibiuarters ol a cus
toms distin t Instead of a sub-pott of Itur
limeton and the democrats iie.ubl piefer
tn be ousted
di ath penalty ,
shall be Inflicted on all pel sons couvletil j
of murder in tlm lirst degi. e was passed I
In the House to-day. t'mlei the piesent j
statute, .iiiiies in muidei fises have Hi.
option ot Includiiig lu iril nidicls n'
piovlslou for eithei i.'.ipital piuilshinent
or life liupiisoiinieiit in ntst deuice . .in
vidious
Tile 1 l.l M.litlors aie pbased at the .10
tlon ot the. Semite 111 onbrliig to a thliil
nailing tlie bill making an appropriation
lor inrtlcipatloii In celebrating the .enit.
centennial of the battle of f!ett shurg.
The joint committee on temperance has
votnl to repoit adversel the Innkeeper'
license bill, but a strong effort will b.i
made to oveirld.. the action of the com
mittee Mr HI. lis. the member t rum Cob hea
ter, l.as none to Montreal to bae n sur
gical i.p. ration ptiMorin. u lor the rc
nioial if . cancpious Ktoiith on bis tniv.
A neaiiiih. of the House commllteo on
appropriations will bi held in thu su
pr. me iiiiui loom Thur-day t-venlng.
January li.. u consldei the fair ldlls.
TIi.mi. IiIIIn, en 1 li of which calls fot a
biennial appiopi latlon of 51.11x1 per scat,
ate III- StHte fair bill fS. 51, and tin.
agiiciiltur.il fair bill (II
11NI.A Rl! I -VO STATU HOI'S!:.
II T lllamhard of New York, the
architect who designed Hi. New II imp
Shire State ollilllluK. has lieell here two
d.i.ia ill coiiHUltation with the commit
tee whleli Is consldei Ing the need of
inor" room for State purposes. While the
foiuilllttee ban not reafhed a decision,
tho opinion of the member now seems
to bu tending towiiid a separate build
ing instead of an extension of the pres
ent Slate House The Important uucs
t; . is Pettier the necessary 1.0m can
lie sin hi 1 U by making this extension. If
it tiiii. and tlw Appearance of the Uullu
Intf will not fc injurnd, tt may rarer
th extension, but otherwls thej- trill
reoomnnml a jeparate building, and 11 li
to the ilrt'lpnlns ' 'h it ih- .ir blle. t ins
Ik r dire, tlnn IHs .(ti into'
'nicdwn 1 iji..liw iii.. ii' is"vjj'
DOORS ON PUBLIC
money remains to be considered. It lias
..... . .. t...... ...... . . . .
school fund. Another piopos.il
ib tor iho Issuance nf bonds, and a third,
a direct Stato tax for two years It !s
probablo that thn extension of the Stuie
Houso by the addition of wings at e ither
end would cost much less thaji on Inde
pendent building and It is certain that It
would be much more emvenlent, lull
econotnv Is not the only matter to be eon
sldered In this case und thn committee,
will endeavor to maku a report which It
can Justify by abundant reasons
OFFICIAL RECORD OF THE DAY
SENATE MORNING.
Tho Senates was called to order by the
lieutenant-governor and devotional exer
cises were conducted by the chaplain
IllCAD 'I HIIID TIMH AND I'ASSF.D.
S. ls?-K.teridiug time for builllng
Rwanton & Alburg railway.
PASSED IN CONCURRI7NCF..
II. 231 Providing for uniform provldonf
in health and accident policies.
II. S."il Relating to town forest (Ire
wnrdens.
1 1. 3ffi Relating to eating and ventila
tlon of factories
II. 412 Relating to duties of road com
missioner THIRD RHADINC, OUDKRED
S. 17tt Im ie porattng Glastenbury Iht
ind l'ower cofitfiany.
HILL INTRODCCKD
S IM ity Mi Laird, relating to solo of
certain State lands.
THIRD RFAPIN i ORDI7RF.P.
S. ll'O Relating to foreign creamery as
soi lotions
SPRUAL ORDKR.
II. 151-ReIatlng to dogs doltig damage
to sheep Passed In concurrent'. .
JOINT RRSOLLTION
By Mr. Hlnnchard of Orleanf, where is
It Is proposed to consolidate the customs
dlstilets of Hurllnuton and Newport In
tin' State of Verme.nt. and whereas, these
'O Cllstol
i. ....... ...
i- ditti. ts ar. among the most
in tlie c nintr" In the number
0f entries made and duties eollecle.l,
therefore be It lesolved, bv the Senate
nml House of Retires, ntntlves. that the
President lie respeetfullv requested not
to order such lonolld.itlon. Adopted.
THIRD R 15 AW NO UUPF.RF.rj.
II. 117 Relating to marriage certifi
cates. H. 21f'-Makliig appropi latlon for cele
bration of annlvetsarv of battle of Oet
tysburg. H. S7 Relating to duties of supervi
sors of the in-line.
I II. .? Incorpoiatliig Cooper industrial
I school.
11. -H'V-Im otporatlng Northfleld Hospl
tal association.
At Il:bi on motion of Mr. Roy. th.
Senate adjourned.
SIC.NFP HY THi: (iOVRRNOR.
1 S. 11. An act to inn".id No. 317 of the
acts of lldii, entitled "An act to Incor
porate the Clarendon l'ower company."
. .77. n act relative to the hours of
i employment of women and children In
miinufai turinu and nu hanlcal establish
' tnents.
S. CI. An act to amend subdivision (,u
and to repeal sub-dlvlslon (n) of division
three of section S of No. lf.S of the acts
of 1!10, i elating to investments by snv
lugs banks and trust companies.
S. piS. An act In amendment of and In
addition to sections :'03. 2ns I and of
I tn
public statutes, relating to arrest In
actions founded on contract.
o. ion. An net to Incoiporate the
Rochester Savings Hank & Trust company
of Rochester.
SENATE AFTERNOON.
HILL INTRODFCI7D.
S. 1I2 R.v committee op State pris
on, appropriating ti,500 for improve
inonts at the Stat- prison, iirdered to
lie ami be printed.
SPFCIAL ORDF.R.
II. 371 To tegulate the taxation of
personal ptoperty an 1 to establish
1 uniform rate on certain classes thure-
I of I'll motion of Mr Hatclit lder th
Senate resolved Itsulf into a commit
i tee of the w.iole and the coinuitttee
wunt into executive session to con
sider a proposal of comptomlse, which
'It was hoped would be satisfactory to
the Hulls, and the people of the State.
At ". "J" thf committee ins., .mi on
'motion ot Mr. Hatchelder the bill wns
made a special order for Thursday
afternoon at 2.1J.
At r..:ni, on motion of Mr sh"rwln,
the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE MORNING.
Devotional exercises were conducted by
! the chaplain
HILLS 1NTRODCCCD
H. 473. Hy Mr Carpenter of Chester, to
uniend Sec. 17 of No, lit of the public
statutes relating to the charter of the
village of Chester. To committee on
municipal corporations.
H, 474. From joint committee on public
health, to amend Sec 6304 of the public
statutes, relating to the furnishing of
cigarettes nnd cigmette pnpers to tnlno's
Ordered to lie and le printed.
H. From thp committee 01- hlgli-
w.ns and luklpes. to amend S . tfifit of
the public statutes, relating to the
division of highway moneys, tlie usn of
road-making machinery, and tn provide
for the patrol s.isteni of ni.ilnten mcp
Oidered to lie ami be printed
RKAD THIRD TIMH AND PASSFD
H. I"tl Relating to Hie punlphnieii' fir
murder
SF.NATK HILLS RKAD AND Illl
l'URRliD. el. 13 Appi opt lining a rertiiin sum in
a.d of the Urattloboro Retreat. iJW.iurt )
To oommltloe on appropriations.
S. lSj. To abolish irvade crossing on
Hrldge street in the village of Urattloboro.
To committee on railroads
S. Ift..- Relating to tlie taking of land
for municipal pin pines. To committee on
judiciary.
S. Mi. -Relating to nominations and
ballot" To oimidti. on , 1, . tl c
JOINT RKSOLUTION
1J Mr. Jose of Johnson, providing fot
the appointment of a committee ot tore
to b appointed th pok?r to srve
without pay from or expense to th State
1 . hi ! v 1 'hi m .1. .' 1 . d ' .
(liuiljiiiiril uu iihlc I.)
RAILROADS SPURN
THE ERDWIAN LAW
Reject Proposal of Firemen to
Arbitrate Their Demands
under This Act.
WANT SEVEN ARBITRATORS
Offer to Follow Precedent Set in
Case of Engineers 24,000
Employes Face a Strike
Vote.
New York. Jan. ?. To arbitrato or take
n strike vote ws.s the alternative to-nlgt t
confronting thn tvpreneiitnttvci of H,t )
flreniei on l astrn railroads, 'riirour t
their 'onrerno commlttMo, tho manage -i
of tlu r.Tjlrosds rejeoted this aitemo. a
the firemen's i.roponl to arMtri te und. P
the Krdinuu lw HuMp deni.irdii fo I -
j i ren-ied j.?v and .ilhor co.'iee sslons If.-
stead, the rullre.nl.. lict i.. t-,. . ountc -jiroposltlons:
I'"lrst, to tnet with thp '1-enien'e rc, -resentntlvs
and appoint an arbltrath 1
comniltteo of seven, second, to follow t .j
precedent sot In tho cos- of Hip )irot
eihood of Lcxomotlvc nnglfr.rs an
rfer the demands to n tribunn.1 of sev i
men, one c.ipIi tc be appointed bv t o
panics roncerntd nnd the oth. r fivo o
1." named by tbe '-elpr.il labrr romml -sloiicr.
the piesiding lodge of the cot -merce
...uit ami tin chief juslio- of t j
Fnlteel States Stipremo Court
The railroads objected to hai'i.g thf 1 -mamls
arbitrated under' the Frlmnn 1. ,t
for four reasons,, amonp; them the fa t
that three men would settle tlie con
trovetsv. Tills tliey thought places ton
grc;u rcsiMinsIbllltv upon the ono man
who would cast the deciding vote. With
the awards made In the engineers' caso in
mind, the firemen were loath to ha' o
Hip mutter go befote n tribunal of seven
men. None of the Ml district leaders of th.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen an.l
Englnemen. the firemen's union, cared
this afternoon tn forecast the next move.
Piesident Carter of the firemen's or
ganization and the district leaders will
meet the commlttp" of inlhoad managers
to-morrow morning when probably tho
firemen's reply to the railroads' counter-
proposition will !. announced.
After expressing their accordance with
the suggestion that the controversy be
arbitrated bv sonip method, tho commit
tee of mnnagers In their communication
to the firemen to-day. outlines Its rea
sons for declining arbitration under t'lo
Frelmati law. In part, us follows.
"It icsts upon the third arbitrator to
bring the other two arbitrators, as nearly
as possible together: If he cannot do so id
must decide between them. This Is a"
compllshed by splitting differences and
the caso may be adjusted without adu
qitate investigation of the facts Involved
and the award may not rest upon a basis
of eepiltv. Hut the most fundamental de
fect of the Rrdman act Is that tho Inter
ests of the public at.- not guaranteed by
It." The fii omen's demands were presented
May 1, 1911". originally they called fir
Increases In pay and the employment ol
extra llremen on large ng'.m s. the total
expense of which, the managers esti
mated, would upproxlnnto Br,0i," an
nually. The demands have been twl'a
amended, tho latest change calling fir
an addition nf t;i,n.o.on. to tho annual p. y
roll.
STEERSMAN MISTOOK LIGHT
Mirilinr of the Ilosecrnns Drscrlliea
M iri'l, nml Cnptntn's llrrolsm.
AMoria, nr. , Jan !- How the seam 11
of th oil tank steamer Rosi-erans n1 t
death after the Vessel crashed ash'.rc H
the month of the Columbia vesterd iv
morning was told to-night . Fred I -ters,
tlie iiuartermastcr who 1 rift 'J
ashore on a plank at Tioga V pordl 14
to Petets, Captain Johnson c tho Rose
ernns remained to the la.t at ols jc-t
In tin- pilot houe, directing and -he rl nf
his crow, although he was suffering wl i
; broken leg.
There were elsht men n duti . f t'l
tune of th. dN.ister and men 'Ana '
their berths The night wa.s wild, lilt I
was decide. 1 by tn othVnr In cotnma I
that It would not be too hazardous to r -tempt
the entrance to tho Co' n-tblft 1 t
the storm and rain "-i" man thi whe .
according to Peters, mistook tho nor'll
headlight for the lightship whl-h s a -rhored
off the Columbia, and ctcorad t!ifl
vessel upon thn rock."
"Tho backbone of thn Rosecrans was
broken and there was nothing to do but
wait." Peters said. "Ffforts to launch
the lifeboats were futile. The wind and
waes broke them from thej- !ashn3.1
befor. an of tlie ciew could n;nn t lcn.
The men waited calmly for "'o dea r
that appeMred Inevitable. Captain Joh 1
son stood at his popt dlrccftcg tho iro.v,
although his leg had be. n broken by a
fnlhng sp.ir."
Peters had j.mt talked with 0"pl?in
Johnson when u big wace wushol oiei;
tho ship, cnirylng him overboard Ho
Kl wiped a floating plunk ami r id- It
for hoi rs beforo ho flnaih dr f . t rsboro.
BRIEF DESPATCHES.
St. Petersburg. Jan e The Sen 1 j '
teceptlon at the winter pa'ace c Inn tary
II has been cancelled owing. It i cud r.
stood, to thn Illness of t'n Fr pr nml
the Dowager Fmprcss.
Los Angeles, Jan. S. Richard ats m
Scager. musical romjvisor, tiled 1' o
iliu . aged K.'. Among 1.1s compositions,
the Co ,,at,l. Queen ''"-th t
b
was t..c most jiopulat
Havana, Jnn. S. Col. Orest s 1
speaker of the Houie of Represent
end Miguel Coyula ot the e. Utor.it
of La Luh, fought a duel with w.i , j
tu-dav Neither ivat seriously riiufed,
The i . w.i thn n'l'jin'f f ccrtpti
ccriDt
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