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SPIRIT OF NATION
Interprets Election as Distinct
Expression of Progressive
Imnulsos of Country.
FORESEES A SOLID BACKING
Busineb., Men Swinging1 around
to Unselfish and Broader
View of Their Duties,
i N .1.. .Ian. IS. ("iiivenuir
uhiiin tin nialol-ttv of the Slitli
l.,..1nv olttololK' oust , , ,a,. !
i viil, s for the presidency, pm
d l.i I speech to the Xew .lerso.v
nti. 1 i '.ectors that ha Interpreted
ttlon if the distinct -pi csslon of j
riK.-'M Impulsed of tho country, i
1-11 nnt he uclliig an u purlii-un
1 i leu i'iit progressives, and only
P l i
ve- fi aid ine, the (niVei'tinr
. ainhzinv; the .iplrlt that he snld
i d ! d lib' election.
nrr Wilson predicted no division
oniH' l.i of the DomiKTiulo pari
.. -..illdiu ltv. "Those ileum-1
,,, , said, ' hitherto have heen ,
i.i. n themselves with the pro-
..r .i, ,.,..( .i very-i
,,4 HI." l '
The Mis!:if Win of tlie
ne ywlngln? arn'.tud t" an
i, .icier lew of th- 1
.. 'Hiohc at a luncheon given
,ii-i liy the demou-atle atate
m before Hip ollU'i.il ballot
" 4 the last .pech he wan
n .me before hln in.iu;:m-
lie Hold, "have been flow
t I he majority ot lis have
o. cipl,' of the Cnlti'd St.itiM
a delinlU" '.'holi'i'. t l.'ippi U to
ir o tin liKtmnn nts tnrottmi wnoni
i lion Is i xpresued. but I am 'or
(, 'i rn.il choice Is for the lorn.;
, , i le of the I'nlte.l Statis
t , ,cd their face!, in a dellnite di-
nd nev linrtv. nny man, v ho does
th tiu in In that diiectlon,
i', .mil they ouht to reject.
A 1 I'M i HONOR IS INVOI.VIM).
t, ti'i or in lool.luit forwaid to th
r popM iliitii that I a:n nbc.it to as-
Finn 1 nil that 1 urn nil,ni In a lep-j
i- intiti'i i .ip.ielty. 1 am bidden to In-
tr uri t v 11 as 1 cm lie pitrtioses '
rf thi p. i'"'. of the t'nitid rilates and I
to act so fjr . s any choice determlms the
n tioti, nly tliroiit;h th" lii"trumentallty
t is ..i wiio also represent that j
r' olrr I ha Kiven bomb-., my .-acred I
' r nr is In 'd. and nudilrv more could
m linohed Therefore, I jibnll not be
in tins .-is a paitlsnn ,'hen I p!. k out iro
erisidvis, ,unl rnly protjiei-sh om. 1 shall
be .ictln . s a i epi i sentntlvo of ilie peo
.ili of this Ki'iit count I . And, tlnie
fiin l i. a in, itd r ot supremo ph asnre
to an 1 1 find in every direction, n. I
lur 1 joiif f'om one ijrotip ot men to
ti i bi r, t it nun's minds and men's on
f lui s, , nd in,"i's pnrpiwes. are vleldlnrr
in u i i itnpiupo that now moves 1
tin iol, peowle of the I'nlterl Slates.
I do no, loreseo any serious dlvl- .
Eions of loiinsol In tho 1 Jeinocrntli;
p.in as a national bod v. (in the con-!
trai, I find every evidence of sell-
oi It, I see every evidence that men
who have not hitherto yielded their
a1' ' ' t to tho movement of the age
in' new iboiit to yield their iu'ku
r. et t. I v 111 not say their will. They
or no' stein to be acting: under
polslor. tl,, y are bejdnuiii!,' to
tie lv .ii-fjumcnt to tho i:oinniou
mint of the tuition.
lioi nior Wilson wont on to say
that the "nation is full of honorable
men who have been engaged In lni'.e
bislncss in n way In which they
thought they wero permitted to do,
both 1 their conrclcncu' anil the
law s '
HI ."INKSS 11I!."S I3YKS OlMNHI).
i i" now these men who ''hnvo had
their ous close to their ledgers" have
nt last heard the nation speak, have
looked nound and huvo begun to seo
and understaiul other men.
"Volt cannot whip a nation Into
lln ' 1 e continued. "You cannot
Urhi your leaders lj-eforo you. You
havi Kot to have a spirit that thrills
tin whole body; anil I bellove tljot
that spirit l3 now beninnln to tlieill
the whplc body. -Men are flndln',' that
file wul bo blpriter business' men. ns
tln. will spend some of theli brains
on souk thlnif that has nothlni,- to ilo
with lliinis lie.-."
"I iip;i, , some people l:ue tho idea
that I lovi hi liaht Just for the f'ln of It,"
lio n niarked later. "Now, that is not in
the least my temperament. I am reMlly
a vi ' j t'ime, am !..b!e jierson; hut I do
love lo iei In inj bioo'l the srjl'iulld
hatihfu-ui. nt lisluliiv, for Miniethlns.
samethlnk' that Is hlKh'er than myself,
nr.d trying for the time at least to thlnl.
I am ii f ,ik as Urn thiim' I am liKlUlni;
for. Tirut Is a su Id satisfaction. And
when 1 can foi the tlmo bilin; represent
tho Dein icrat.i party, and I n I that tho
I ilb i as a w'lo'e Is thawlnu. out toard.s
tho iJeiuoer.itb party, and moru and nuni
comiiiK to bellevu that thu Ueinojiatle
p.uty can do the thnK which the coun
try haH bn.i aitliin for. then I enjoy
the Immense hatlsfiull n of holm; part of
II lllillu thnt Im in innr.l, l.li.i... II. m, I o .
that I can dream, at any rnt, that I nm
tii.Ini; m own niinsiiie by the thin". 1
beloiiK to '
11'- I'M-: HUH NO UlTTJJHNKSrf.
Till ri villi ot-elert retoiTed to that part
Of hi a lit is I'hleiiKo spee'di in which
ho declared that the peoplo of tho country
had asked for and obtained a ohntiKo of
venue, "with a new Jury r-'mflitlnv of
B ' the pedpu if tin I'lilled iltiiK"! "
"I feel myself no hi ttei ne.ss," he
mid in conclimloii, "about anythliur
that has happened. Thrro am iimi' Ken
tltiiieii who, I liar, thins that I havi
entertained bitter feelings towarda
thoin whom 1 would like to seo and
Kiasp b i ils with at tho end ot the
T(iii;ramK caino from deiuocratlo
committeemen throughout the union
rniKl-:itiilntlnrr tho (lovernor on tho
ballotitiK to-da. Now Jersey'H ballot
will bo carried to Washington by Klta
willlam McMaiitefH Woodrow, a cousin
of tho presldont-tdect and a atudonl
of Princeton I'lilverslty.
'Jo morrow the Now Jersey l.cglsla-
will revolve Oovor-
DR. HANRAHAN CANDIDATE.
I'riimlm n( Memocriit W oiild gnln llr I
Pnritiniifilrr of Itlttlnml.
Itiitlnnil. Jan. l.-Dr. John 1). Hat. in
linn of Uiilliinil, fur nearly II years a
linctlelug 1i. f Ichiii In this city and tin..
Mist Catholic t)hy.klMii In settle In thn
State, bus announced that ho will lie n
onnilldnto for the instinasti'i'ihl) of tho
city under the Wilson regime. lr, Ilan
rnlum wan posHnm-ler of Rutland during
Hie second term of I'rouMfiit Cleveland,
lie has taken an active part In local,
State and national politics and lino been
delegate to a number of democratic' na
tional onvi ntl'ins an well ns having
served many .vonr.s on the democratic
J Stair conitnittee. Mr. Ilanrahan la now
serving hln llth yoai' of service as sur
i P'lill of Rnbi Ns pnt, l!. A. It., being
I one of Its ohn'icr ineinhclvt. lie vvna horn
I hi Ireland June 1 I'll, and en tun to
Rutland 13 yearn ago Inst April.
POULTRY SHOW OPENS.
i 't'viciil.v More inletlcH Miiinn ill SI.
Albans 'I tiiui l.nst Year.
; ft. Albans, Jan II - The llith annual
'inhibition of lie Vermont l'oliltty as-Wil-
"" '"tlon opened la Hi" Ity hall to-day
land v.at the largest In tne history or tun
org Ulll'Itl lotl. The
hlhltx ale many and
nere was a goou iiimniinnnc nir an open
I lit? day. The etitiien comprised 1,210 bints
of 1'3 different kinds as compared with
U'Ja lil M,il.a IU AJJJOUKIN.
;,,.ci.s Token In (irntttt Inle
j iinttl .et Monday.
No, t.i I, ro. Jan. H. Ira.-d M,
Jeiuiit in ver.eil heie HiIh ",o:'!in:
n i lot k with the Won. 1 'red M.
of Itutland pit Hiding anil linns,
Undue and U. ,1. r.u h, r -. e
linl.,. 'I'l.la I 1 1 .
-' " '"' J ' ' 1 .
,, M . ,
'" o l "v li mull ui;'itti
:'"tlt jury leporteil at two o'i lo:'k this
nrtcrnceii and after retching the charge
of the court was dlBir.lssi il until tho Minie
hour next Monday. There being no cases
ready for trial to-day and it be'ng neces
sary for Judge liutler to go to Mont
pi'ller to-morrow to sit with the supreme
court Thursday, it wait ilteim-d bett to ad
join n until that lime. The call of the
docket disclosed the fact tint there will
be three ciirn'm l cares tried by jury and
one .ivll cape heard bv the court.
The following attorneys were in at
tendaneii at the opening ot court: Jed P.
l-iadd, V. A. , Inllnrd, C P. Cowics and
Sherman K. Moiil'.on of Kiirllni'tiui; n. M.
Hncnn and War'in II. r.tii, of rit.
lbniis. and A. IC. Ay res imd I'"red J.
FriStub Search in Vain for 70-Year-Old
Machinist at St.
h't. Johnoluiry. Jan. II.
a in.i'hinlKt. To fars of
age, and long
employ, d in the Fairbanks scale
dltaplieiieil Ian evening after cmpbt
ing hl work and no trace of hlni can be
f .imd. IPs ti-llow workmen remember
Hieing him as he was parsing out of t?.
shop hut no one -Ise saw him on hi.
way l'.oine. To-day partlrs In an scour
Int; the wootls and liitiiilrlng of conduc
tors on tt.iliiK and exaniln uloiis were
made of water holes in tho liver but no
tran of the missing man was found. Mr.
J-'!.-ko has In en subject for the past two
.ears to lapses of memory which would
lust lor several moments, and it Is fear
id has bus wandeied away whittle thus
Miffoiltis: and may have perished In the
eoltl. He wore no overcoat or heavy
It in planned to oigunlzc large search
ing parties to-morrow to scour ttif wood.,
and Ileitis In all directions for the inlssliu,
man. Mr. riskc has a dark complexion
and wears a full beard, lie is medium
sized and stoops slightly.
FORMALLY ELECT WILSON.
I'ortj-:;:c,lit SCiIcm Chsi otes for
President ami Vlec-I'i cildi-nl.
SV.ishliigton, Jan. 13.' Klectors in 4S
States met to-day and formally elected
Woodrov,' WilMjit to the presidency and
Thomas IS. .Marshall to the vice-prcslileuev
of the Fulled States.
P.eturns prepared hy the electors chtnen
at the pills last November am now on
tlnlr wuy by mull to Washington to the
nresfili.t 1 1 i.tr. ..e ,lw. U.,n,f.
other set of ....,.,, .f,..,. , ,
in iieisoii ey an elector cnose.i irom each
State, to ! i anva.'seil I'ebruai y U In
Joint i-os-len of the Senate and the House
when llovcinor Wilson will formally be
proclalniel pr, tident.
in I'.v.i ot tin Siatcf, 'tLh and Ver
mont fo r vt its each were cast for
President Taft for preib in and Nicholas
Murray llutler for vice-president, the
latter hnvii.a men named i.v the rtpu'ill
can national committee to succeed the
late Jaipes S. Shermui on the rep ibllcnn
VKUMUNT'S VOTi: CAST.
Montpeller, Jan. K. Tho electors for
president ami vb e-prcsitknt met at the
State l ouse this evening and cast their
votes fur William Howard Taft for prehl
tlent and Nicholas Murray Hiltler for
vice-president. Tho meeting was to have
been held In the early afternoon but I,.
P. Slat k, t ue of f e electors, was unable
to ic. ,h he:, , lull evening. Tho Hon,
F. A. Howiand of Montpeller represent
ed F. It. is, ot Proctor, "-ho was un
iihb' to attend L. p, Slack oi fct. Johns
bury ' an matle chairman and It. W, Ilul
burtl or ll.Mle Park secretary. Waller H.
Crocket of Montpeller was selected to
convey the nlllclal vote of tho electors
to Washington i.ad v. Ill leave Wednesday
night for the puipo e.
WOTIIttHSPOON flUTS PIIOMOTION.
Washington, Jan. Jt. William W,
WothcrHpooti was to-day confirmed as
a major-geneinl of the Culled States
army by the S'nnatu by a vote of 30 to
14, after a prolonged fight behind
cloned tloors. The ratification of his
appointment, sent to tho Seimto by
President Taft last August. nml
again In December ends a long
struggle' lo advancet the former presi
dent of tho War College) to thu high
est grailn in the military service.
Ono publication of a classified ad
often cnough-niid often not enoushl
Mire ronv( lies mid
!hm' Wilsons Unnl
THK UmtMNriTON b'HFU
KISSES WIFE AND
I A t M M W IF -B .
Donald Jadwin Completes Trag
edy in San Francisco Society
by Killing Himself.
COOPLE MARRIED LAST JUNE
Had Quarreled 10 Days
Murder and Suicide
mitted in Presence
San Fianclsco, fal., Jan. IS.- Donald
.lailwln, oii nf a wealthy Hiooklyn fam
ily, allot and Instantly killed his wife,
Minna Van Het-Ron Jntlwln, well known
In society here, as she sat at dinner with
other members of the fnmlly to-night, lie
then shot and fatally wounded himself.
They hud been married seven months
and until a slum time into had been lead
ers In the smart circles, In which Mrs.
Jadwin's family held high nlace. She wa.t
19 yearn old rind her husband six years I
For two monihr th" young couple lived J
with Mrs. John Uaitreii, the wealthy
r.rnndlnotber of Mra. Jadwin, !i I'atillc1
r venue. Accord'ii; to the family. J.'ii'.vln
nud h! wife nam led in day-: aco and
the joi.ng huitljan.l ; ft the house l.i n(
i'L-nlght when all the fnmlly. including'
the young wife's mother, gnindniou.er, ,
aunt nml brother were .U dinner, Jntlwln
tan., Into the dining loom, apparently
happy and icady for te rout illation, lie ap
proached Ids wife smiling, klscd her
tcnd'Tlv nml In a ilaiih whipped out two
pistols and shot twice. The yoi'ng woman
din! ittftnnth. Pefore the relatives cotihl
inov Jadwin placet! the imi7xl of nun
of tl.e rivoheis to Ids la ad and pulled
the irlssi'r. He fell uncoil', lous ant! tiled
two boi ls Intel.
liie weilt'liig of the dashing MKs Van
llergrr mil noui.g Jadwin was one o
the leading so'ity eV'iit.t of the utv
Inst June Thty had m.t In the summer
of U'll while trussing the Atlantic and
be -nine cngagid dining a summer abroad.
Jndwiii, whriM1 homo was In Pro -lyn.
N. Y came to I'allfornla In Marcb
and the marriage took place June T.
From his fiitln Jadwin had inherited
n substantial Interest In a win Icsale
tlrug conipan"- in Hrtioklyn, now co it -dueled
by his brothers. For the last
fw weeks lie Inn been connect"!' with
the auditing of the general Petroleum
Now York, Jan. 1" Duna'tl Jatlv.in,
; si. n of Orlando II. Jadwin of Proiklvn
ivun formerly assoelated with his fath
er and several In others In the whole
sale tlrug manufacturing firm of t.i.
H. Jnilwin & Co.. In this clt.
Jadwin left lirookyn to take up his
resilience In San Francisco just prior
to his marriage last summer. Hln
mother Is in delicate health end when
wortl of the tragetl" reached the Jad
win home to-right she wan not in
formed. TVO BRITISH AIEMSN
DROWNED IN THAMES'
ondiiii. J.mi. Tvti Piitlsh ah men,
Mat IJonald ant, a until n i ucl
Ah if. were ill ivvind in the river Thames
The aviators wete living
a, a lulght well
atove the river when
the naclune suddenly swoopttl downward,
i iiiiaieiy upon toming in contact with j
.he water the limine ex-nleil,! I
One of the aviators clung for a while
to the iop or the machine hut he sank
beftne the boats, which wero hill rletlly
put off from shore, could reach h'm.
The aecidt nt Lectured at l.oi'g Keach
between l'urtleei and (iree nhlthe on tho
lower Thamts v. her ninny of the ships
of the i'.iltlsh navy i ndei-go their trials
ovei the measured mile.
SUES RAILROAD FOR $10,000.
.. I'. Ilnrrli.gloii of Itullnna i Inl,,,,,
Ai'KllKi-iiee (nosed Injuries.
Itutland, Jan. 1 3. Property of the
Jtutliuul Hailroal compuny was lo-day
attached for J ! 0.000 l,y Deputy Sher-
in u. n. aii.uus as result of a suit
in.,. una amount for alleged
iiKcnee lu'otighl in Itutland
otiii oy aoiin r. Harrington of this
city through F.Tiiost H. O'nrlen as
Mr. Harrington was struck- by the
nortnoounti mornlnsr passenger train
driving over the crossing at
the niuthwest corner of tho fair
gioiinds in this city on July ::;!, llltj.
Hln ri; bt le-.r wan frut tared In two
Places and he received many other
severe lnjurp s. He alb gcs that all
view of tho track to the so ith was
ohnuretl because of earn stam'li'f on
i, siding ami by bulldln,i. ami a hl"h '
fence on the fair grounds, an I that i
the road was negligent in not provid- I
Ing n llnr;man or signal at tho ctuss- i
lug. It In also inserted taat the train
was running at nn unusual time, he.
PUSH INCORPORATION PLAN
S!o'.i'iiH'Ut to Secure I'nvornlile l.egH
lllllon for lttitkefeller l'ollii.liilliiu.
AV..shlngton, Jan. 13. A stroni;
movement lo securo legislation at this
session of Congress Incorporating thn
rtockefeller Foundation has been in
stituted here. A number of tin, so in
terested in tho matter have opeiud
hendeiuarter.s In this city. They will
seek to create a sentiment favorable
to tho foundation. It Is believed that
objection to It has been removed hy
tho mollifications made In the meas
ure Intro lured llireo years ago.
Jerome 1) Oreene, formerlv the
inani'ger of the Itoeltefeller Institute
for .Medical Itesearch, and now u
trustoo of1 that Institution, us well as
of thn genernl education board, who Is
In this city as tho representative of
tho Incorporators, has Issued a state
ment In which ho says.
"The Incorporation of thn Ilocke
foller Foundation is intended as a
moans of maintaining, for ns long a
porlod in thn future as tho trustees
or Congress may deem best, an ap
proved mothod 0f cnrofiil, phllnnthrolc
expenditure Tho scope of t'.io char
ter Is purposely matin wide, but wide
only within the strict limits of char-
I'KKMS AND TIMKS '1 1 1 1 WSDA
liable Intent. The nggrnn lhetnent of
tho members of the t orporatloii, t r of
the corporation Itself, t. trough tho
administration of thn trusts, In ex
proHsly excluded by thn provision that
no in rmm connected with tho foun-
1 tlntloit shall derive nny pecuniary
1 bniient therefrom other than fair
compensation for services, and tint
llw'tmit! of, the endowment shall he
spent each year, not ntldetl to the
"Fears have been expressed lest large
amounts of real estnte might under the
provisions of the bill 1m taken out of
fitnte taxation, but It Is said on the
best legal authority that the charter
could not constitutionally affect Ike
liability to taxation of any of the prop
erty of the foundation within thn Htates
of the 1'tiloii. It wns with this lllldel
stnnillng that the Judiciary committee
of the House unanimously reported In
favor of the bill.
Foundation Is to
legitimate one for
fore the charter
how the Rockefeller
spend lis money Is a
the public to ask he
Is granted, especially
111 the light of Ignorant forebodings lest
n huge sum of money might seek the
protection of a charter for private rather
than for public ends. This tpientlon Is
answered, llrst. by tho nnoiliilvoet'l
laiiguaito of the charter, pledging the use
of the money exclusively for charitable
iiinl hitmiinltaiiaii purposes, subject In
the control of Congress; nml, n'condly, by
the lonirete Illustration of how these
same resources have been - used, while
under private control, through the gen
eral education board, the sanllaty com
mission for tl radlrntlon of hookworm
disease and the lloeki feller Institute for
Medical Herearch. It may be confidently
expected that far-reaching measures for
the promotion of public health along
educational and nicillcnl lines will havu
the tlrst attention of the trustees."
Lawyers at the recent convention ot tho
Wb.iiii!n .-Hate l!ai r.ssoclatlnn toltl a lot
of .'toilet, r r the tnot pait ot the "shop
py" at, rt. This one was told by Walter
II. !!. I.dir;
"The jurv had been out for I!) weary
limit', uii'l every ballot showed 11 vnlo
lor conviction and one for acquittal. The
Ji rt.iH labored and argued with the old
limn, hit, be was ns iitabhoin ns a mule.
K.v ami by a tu'iit ballltf knocked nt the
tloot and asked how tilings were going.
The foteniiin icplbtl tint there seemed
little ptciMpoc! of an agreement being
j reached for tome tlni".
''Well I Mlpj'O-e 1 inicht Its W. II b.lns
i your supper,' t,e i.nlltrr. '.Shall I
bring 1; supp. is'."
No. r, tilled the f,
, "u lug II suppers '11111 one
I'lih.'.dclphia Teh graph.
feed of hay.' "
Your "To Let" I'd may make
pioptrty Immi dlattly Interesting to
I EEKS IIS T
Receive! Unanimous Support,
Republican Majority to Suc
ceed Senator Crane.
JSoston. Jan. is. Congressman
John W. Weeks ot Newton received
to-tlay the unanimous support of the
lopulllean majoiity in the Leulslature
for the Junior senatorship for Massa
chusetts now hel 1 by W. Murray
Crane, who has announced t.iat he
would not l.e a candidate for re-election.
The action was re itiieil after a
foiir-iluy party mucus, in which Si
ballets wen,' neicssnrv.
After tli.' republican caucus, doiro-
'i - i - mi,.
Icri-lators decided to suppoit
as their candidate Sherman 1-. Whlp-
I pic, a llostt'ii lawyer, who was the op
ponent of Senator I.o.lge in the last
I senatorial eontei.t.
j The lienl ballot at Mn republican
I cum us was. John W, Vt'i lis, 97; Sam
uel W. McCall, r.7; Curtis Uulbl, :,:
George P. Lawrence, 1; Itobe:t Lu'c. 1.
Pat tlcy .VtU.UTity of Hutlmiil has been
bound ov er to Itutland county court under
ball of l.imi, charged with a statutory
Henry A. Walker, foriueily of Falrlce,
was burned to death at Manchester.
N. H., Similav. He accidentally set his
bed on tire while smoking.
This year will be the tCnd that liaren-e
I. Sargent ul' Montpeller has taught music
In thin State. He has I'.D pupils in Wash
After iloilKing one team I'M wind ICng
llsli of Iiarrc was thiovvii down by a team
said to he driven by Charles LePage. One
of the shafts struck him In ono eye
and a ho 'se's hoof In the side.
The Jury In Windsor county court was
unable to leach a verdict In tho case of
Samuel liean, charged with arson. It was
alleged that Peaii tired a large barn
nf Joel Fin-well's in Wonthorsllcld on No
Pennington's town clerk has In
i tallcil In his oiTIco a rectograph, a
oi l of mechanical phoUisrnphnr,
which lepniiluces hanil written or
typewritten locuments for recording.
In a two tlavs' hunt "Abe" Slmond of
Plymouth la-..'1' four largo black bears.
Ills record for ibe fall ami winter Is 11
loxes, 17 skunl.s. IS weanics, sc. on mink
and 10!) muskrat
"Tho Piiiiill'h's of Common Law and
L'tiuity Procedure," a Veiutont manual
i elating to public otlltvi'ii, compiled by
Itutland Count.' Fieri: 'lenry A. H.umon,
has just been Issued ' the Tutt'o com
pany. So many funerals look plate In Itut
land the othtr tiny, buglnnlntr ut seven
o'clock In th morning, thai the clty'a
burial ctllllpii",,1i v,ml "'Ulblo to meet
tho lined, a'"1 "" ablillimal hearso
hail to be biting ot rrtnu a neighboring
.M-s. Sarah F- Shcdd. a natlvo of South
Walllngfoiil and granddaughter of (lernth
mel Holy, who was a descendant In the
fceveuth generation from the Holy family
who came to m' country in tuo .May
llovvcr. Is ili'i"'
In Keene, N. 1 1., age ra
Hln tld was a daughter of Mr.
raihu Doty ot South Walling-
ford and her grandfather, Oeratluncl, vva
a bodyguard of Lt'lU'ral Lafayette. Mrs.
Shcdd resided for a number of years at
Mount l!olly wiicre her husband was foie
.,, in a rake factory, going to Kceno in
1&70. She Is survived by one son, Cliarlus
O Sheiltl, "i'(l 18 lnor 01 in'cno. Mrs
Shcdd was a masseuse.
i'i:xs at iMti:n i-uicss.
t c 4 j taunt- I
ufii omit i jusn i
Y, L N I m Hi, J'tl t
10 BE BETTER FED
Report of Legislative Committee
on House of Correction Care
HEW INDUSTRY ADVOCATED
Work in Marblo Shop Too Se
vere for Certain Class More
Outdoor Exorcise of
Motilpeller, Jan. II. The report of tho
Joint Hn.iitllng coiiunlttei; on the house
of t (irrt '-Moll, which has been expected
for several days, ami which It was under
stood would convey censure of the pres
ent superintendent of Hint Institution,
was presented In the Senate this after
noon. While the leport contains some
tellcctlons on the management of the
house of cortectlon, It Is phrased lit such
language that even the ofllclnls cen
sured will have 1 1 1 111c ill t v in flntlln? rea
sons to object to It. The Important por
tions of the repot t are ns follows;
The joint committee vl.Mted tho Institu
ted! Friday. December it, ami found the
! buildings In good repair and the premises
I In gootl condition. The Inmates of the
i Institution, with few exceptions, were
I busily engnged with Unit occupation In
I Hie mini lo industry and appeared to bo
, in good physical condition. The hoi-pltnl
was empty and only a few initiates wero
I contlned to their cells on account of
I sl'ght Indisposition. The educational fa
I cllltlcs nt th Institution are worthy of
I comim n.latioii ami the lectures and en
tertainments tint aie held periodically
I dining the winter all rontrtbi'te to tho
moral Helfare of the Inmates dining tlnlr
The nianruiemelit of tills Institution un-
il"r tin supi rvislnn of D. L. Morgan has
nriutlti it ilcil cjoitomy, nti'l lor the pnt
12 ymrs Hie institution lias paid to tin
Sl.it I'.iJ.T'iii.'if.. oi this - s. las.u! .s for j
I'l.es mil r.ts, while the institution has
red mil in .ipprnprintions Jl" .." i.'.O. The
cii.-t lo tl.e State during the I'J years
bis In .ii on!v- f Jl.ts"'. L'O. an iinmial tost
or a liltle mor" limn Jl.HX'.Co lo the Slate.
Tic nuii'l'i " of Inmates conllned nt tho
Institution at the picsent time Is only
am ut one luindtetl, but thin.' have been
1,,'crlv double that number at dllfeient
I'UolMT IN MAUlll.K SHOP,
lln . i -.el, ne lii the Stale from tho
ir .It iiidostiy Is partially itccotintablo
foi this go id shovvhis. but It Is also ap
piielt ti.nt the management has brought
profit to tin- State by the sale of vege
tal les ar.d other pioiiucts or the farm
cmnc'tcd with the institution. The super
inlindcnl has cootl t eas m to frt l proud
of tin- linancicl showing made at the
ins'llittli n tluiing tlie lln years of hi.- ad
ini,il.tr:ition. Tli.. rirgented condition
whl' li lointerh- e.st,.,i nt this Institution
Is not th-. case to-day. duo largely to a
chi, i gi in the law, enacted at tlie ses-
j i-nin oi jm", wiier." I rlFt.ners rceling
i.i rentenee of es than one year are
now- su.t in the county jails.
Whereas the ce.minlttee recalls the
abuses that existed under the former sys
tem, we believe the law ns It now Is has
.'rented an alcne lo tit,. ,im,nslt.. ,liroe,i.,n !
jb.v enuring a t rovvded condition In our
county Jails, while many of the prisoners
coi.ld he caret i for much more economical
ly at the house of corn "Hon.
Hefot'e visiting the Institution the com
mittee received criticisms of the food pro
vldeil for the prisoners and no made a
special Investigation of tl is department,
anil received the testlinonv of many of
the Inmates on thl.s subject. The com
mittee realizes that there Is a serious
eiiiestion how much the State should pro
vide In the wnv of food for prisoners nt a
penal Institution, and this was more
forcibly brought to the attention of the
members of the committee by the tcstl
liionv of thu prisoners themselves: some
ti stifled, "thnt the food was as good as
they were In the habit of getting;"
others, that "It wan as good as they de
served, they supposed;" others, "that they
could get along with evervthlng except
the meats;" and still others, "that they
thought tin food was at times pretty
bad " The committee Is of the opinion
that the board of penal Institution should
lurther Investigate the matter of the food
with a view to making an Improvement
III this department of the Institution.
ItLTTFIt FOOD A NKCLSSITY.
'inasmuch as a largo majority ot
those prlsonets are tolling nlno hours
it day in the marble shop for tho
benefit of tho State, tho commltteo Is
of the opinion that they should re
echo better and more substantial
foo.l, that they should receive more
inl'V. for their coffee ami tea, nml
that hotter meat should be purchuseU
by tho superintendent.
The commltteo would further lec
omnienil that morn outdoor exercise
be allowed the prisoners for tho bene
fit ol their physical welfare, espe
cially those who are obliged to toll
dally ill tlie marblo shop,
Tlie committee is of the opinion
that the in Hide Industry at the In
stitution, iiltboiiy.li It has been profit
able to the State. Is a severe hardship
lo a certain i 'ast of the prisoners
ph.vsitall.v unfit for Midi work, and
we ivt-pectfullv recommend to the
boiii.l of penal Institution that they
priivli'e another Inilin.try or occupa
tion lor tho employment of thoso who
tiro rot ploslcally able to work in
the marble shop.
Thn t oiuiiiltteo further recommend
that the board of penal Institutions
get In closer touch wmi the superin
tendent of thn institution and order
the superintendent to give closer su
pervision to tho liocds and require
ments of the prlsoiiors.
li.c committee Is of tho opinion that
the Iimii i.ince carried by thn Statu on
this pnipi'iiy Is several times larger than
Is iiiiessary lo provide atleiiunto protec
tion f loin fire. We would respectfully rec
ommend to the ionrd, that they toko
necissiiy hltp. have this Instiranco
riilticiil, as It would bo a considerable
saving to thu State.
NMCD llUTTLIt VENTILATION.
Tile coiiiniltteo believes that an Im
provement should bo inado In tho vcntl-
of i ho iiulldiims containing tho
culls of tho prisoners, and wo recommend
that tho board of pm.il institutions re
cpust tho present Legislature, to furnish
tho necessary funds to provide for tho
Inst llatlon cf an Improved ventilating
H .1 II.
All the .ugg,'stioii and t ommenda-
Hons contained herein are respectfully
mailt by out committee to the board'
of pt nnt Institutions imd the Legislature i
for their consideration, bellevintr inm
ccrtnln changes along these llne.s am
nuvisalilu ami would result In a decided
Improvement at the Innillutlon and a ben
cht to the State.
There arc some minor changes which
your committee has embodied In a bill,
which will be presented to the Legisla
ture fot your consideration.
This report Is sltrned by
Jt. W. McCUKN,-
Chaltmnn of the Semite committee,
'b'l J. A. COHL1SS,
Chairman of tho House committee.
JUMP INTO ICY RIVER.
Ilrlilge Worker Oenr llrnttlcboro
Thus lOsratie Fulling ('rune.
Hrattloboro. Jan. 13. 11. O. Reynolds, in
charge ot the work ot ercctliiB the Uoalon
i; Mnliie ralhoart bridge n mile south
of aere, and W. Ferrel, his assistant, had
to Jump S feel for their lives this morn
lug Into the Icy Connecticut river, lilted
with Heating cauta ,lf lco Tny wero (J
danger of being crushed by thn crane as
It tipped on Its side. Hoth men swam
to nearby floating timbers. Reynolds was
lnjt'rcd somewhat about, the chest when
he hit a projecting heam In ratline If
the crane had fallen to tho other 'sldo
seveinl me n on It would linve I,,., n thrown
Into the river.
DECISION FOR GRANITE MEN
loli rstitle C'iiinini.rci. , , ulnmt,lln
llliniluntrs Certain DeiiiiirrnRp (iinres.
ilarre, Jan. 111. A decision ,.t i,....
td granite manufacturers has Just been
handed down by thn Interstate tomm-ice
commission In the case of Itenlsch
Brothers, who sued the Long Island rail
road to tecover demurrage and track
storage charges with which they had been
The rhlpment of granite in question was
billed out of liarre and consigned to the
nfore named pnrties, who for want of
ndeuuiite facilities for unloading same
kept the car longer than tho rules allowed
and the railroad company charged them
for tin time Involved.
The commission luled against the rail
road, giving In its derision that If derricks
anil adequate facilities are not furnished,
no charges may be made.
flabe I iitar that New York theatrical
managers have decided to champion tho
Steve-Yes. "Inm Stockings" and
"The Jtetl Petticoat" are having a great
Rescue Homes to Be Founded
throughout Country to Re
claim White Slaves.
Washington, Jan. 13. John D. Rockefel
ler, Jr., has set aside $10,re,itj in bonds,
title to which has not yet passed, for the
rurpose of establishing a charitable insti
tution to reclaim white slaves ant! other
women of that class, give them good
homes and place; them in positions in
which they will bo self-supporting.
More than :o0,Hl names and addresses
of young women in need of the rescue
work of tlie association are in possession
of the department of Jnstlie.
Stanley O. Finch, chief of the Cnltod
States government bureau Investigating
the white slave traffic, will be In active
charge nf the Unances, which will be
under tlie control of Mr. Rockefeller and
his associates, largely men of prominence
in the business world.
The headquarters will he In Washing
ton. Thtoughout the country rescue
homes will be established. These, in time,
It Is expected, will number 2,oco or more.
The women will be allowed to como and
go as they see lit, and will be charged no
board until they tlntl positions. They will
be under thn eye of Investigators at all
times. Wh;n positions are found and
thev bi-come self-supporting It will bo
MiggestctlMn each case that they find a
home with some respectalile family.
Another feature of the plan calls for
the establishment of a home for consump
tives at Denver. To this home not only
consumptives but women weakened by
other diseases will be sent.
According to persons who know the
alms of Mr. Rockefeller, It Is not his
Idea thnt the red light district can be
stamped out entirely, but he believes they
may be contracted considerably. Mr.
Rockefeller got the Idea alter serving as
foreman of tho New York grand Jurv
which Investigated the white slave tratllc.
He has como to the conclusion that the
tratllc cannot bo stamped out unle-'s some
provision Is mndo for tho women.
The plans wero to be matle public on
Match 1, when a corps of Inspectors now
being collected by Mr. Finch were to
.start .to work. At the samn tlmo tho
names of tho men associated with Mr,
Rockefeller in the charity work wero to
be made public.
ONLY ONES FOR WDLSON
Trenton, N. J, Jan. II. i hopu pro
gressive democrats will be elected In
every State." said Pre.-1 lent-clect Wilson
to-day In referring to tho contests Inci
dent to the election of Fulted States sena
tors In Maine, Now Hampshire. Illinois,
South Dakota and Tennessee, Tho Clov
ernor took emphatic, exception to edito
rials and published reports purporting to
describe Ills attitude ns prefciilng the
selection of a progressive republican In
enses where the other alternative would
be the choice of a "staiitlp.it" republican
"Ths only thing I am interested In In any
State," he .said, "Is the election of thu
IS ELECTED SENATOR
Hoston, Jan. 1 1. Tho Legislature
to-day iliose Congressman John Wln
gato Weeks of Nowton, a graduate of
tho F. S. Naval Acudumy, tho succes
sor of Wlntiirop Murray Crano us the
Junior tionator from MnsBiiehusotts.
Congressman Weeks polled tho full
republican i treiiKth In tho Senate, and
obtained all but five of tho party votes
in the House. Th" ilomocrntle op
position' was split among 1C cautir-datcn.
SAFELY TAKES 880
Steamer Uranium Held in Grij
of Rocky Shore near
GREW REMAINS ON BOARD
Transfer of Passengers in Rougl
Sea Made without Loss of
Life Hopes of Saving
Tlrtttfnv V .Inn 1 Th. alnnmnl
Uranium of tho Uranium Steamship
company, bound front Itottt rtlam for
Halifax ami New York stranded on a
io-r duting thick w at her icar the
Cbelnieto bend light station, nlno miles
below Halifax, at eleven e bn k to-dny.
and to-nU:ht Is still held fast In the grip
of the roekv shore. Her km ti ,s cngers,
If) in the cobln and the t- t In thn
st.",rur;e, were taken oft the M uuer this
.'ttrrroon bv tho govcrnm m s'eamer
Ludj- I.niirl"r ami a small t'r r-t of harbor
cralt, and w-ie safely landed In Hallfaj
Although surf boats had to be used in,
tin life ten lug the hundred! uf pus senders
from the stranded liner to tl t rescuo
bouw, tne work was sifel: ac ompltsned,
and not a life was lo; t.
Captain llustuco and bis crew remained
aboard the ship which la hanging by her
bow on tic reef. The uptnJn hopes to
got the steam. -r oil at low watt r to-night.
The escape of ,i vessel from s , i a pre
dicament is R.n jrally mado at lrhh water
hut the laotaln thinks that til, weight
of the nfttr pint of the s.c.imcr will drag
thn Uranium free as tho tldu goes down.
There was much alarm wh, n tho ship
struck but the olllcers and sal ors .soon
succeeded In restoring calm. I'he light
keeper at Chcbucto, wh i has teicphono
communication with Halifax, fent Imme
diate news of the steamer'. p ln)t to tho
port authorities who despat, lied th Lady
Laurler, the steamer llridge and several
WOMFN AND CHILDREN x IRST.
The rescue boats arrlv. d at 2 00 p. m.
imd th.- transfer of the I'l.ir.i im's pas-i-'
n'.'.-i-h was begun fit om e Tnreo surf
boats rrom the life saving st iti, n and tho
lifeboats of the Cranium were use!, Tho
L.itly Latnior took the women and chll
tlri n first and then the ni. . wore trans
ferred to the Hiidgevvater.
A heavy southwest wind was ilowlng
when tlie Uranium ran ashore and the
steamer therefore was fortunate L pro
tected by Chcbucto head. Had the w'nd
been from the opposite direction the
steamer would have been fully exposed
to thn sweep of the Atlantic and must
huvn broken up at once. She will bo In
peril should the wind than-;,
Tho stenmer struck bow on when the
tide was half high and late ir. 'he a" r
noon her bow was six f. , t c it if iter
while there Were seven fall lis f v ' r
under in r amidships and f ' t. it
the stern. The plates at 'h iw are
ripped, open and No. 1 hold w footled
f-oon after the steamer st:
The weather continued b
star ng by
. -e w should
and wrecking steamers ai"
tin- Franlum to rescue tho
1 ne Inst of the rescue slops tne steam
er L.itly I mirier, ieaeh.il Ha, .fax about
ten o'clock to-night and in 1, ?s than an
hour her Dun passengers. w.,m. n ind chil
dren, wore safely on shotc
The steamer was far out of he coursa
when she .struck. She did not have a
pilot on board.
At midnight the wind had shlftetl and
was blowing a gale from the north, kick
ing up a big sea, and making tho position
of the stranded liner more perilous. Tho
crew Is still on board.
HAD A STORMY A OYACH.
New York, Jan. 12. The Uranium, which
left Rotterdam December "S for Halifax
and Now York, had evidently been hav
ing a rough and stormy trip, for two
days ago n wireless message came from
Captain Kustace to th" line's offkes in
New York saying she was encountering:
heavy seas and would probably be lata
In reaching port. She was duo to dock
here Wednesday next, after ea'Ung at
It was announced at the line's ofllces that
the Uranium's passengers would be for
warded by water to this city to-morrow If
a steamer were procuraole. If not they
would be sent bv special train Wortl
from Captain Kustace, It was stated, was
that there was every hope of tloa'lng tho
liner on the tide late to-night
Spri'lnl Term of County Court AHI
llegln XeK Monday.
County Clerk C. J. Russell and Sheriff
James H. Allen Tuesday afternoon draw
tin petit Jury for the special term of Chit
tenden county court. County Clerk Rus
sell Tuesday received word from Judgo
William II. Taylor or Ilardwick that ho
would be In the city next Monday, and
tho special term ot court will reconvene
for the purpose of taking up the cases
of the liutiliiKton men who arc charged
with riei Iving stolen property Tho cr
ib r for the drawing of the jury accom
panied Jiitl'e Taylor's lottei Tho foi
lowing petit jiuy lias been called:
M ward Tomltnsoii. Holton. V' C Llv
crmore, John Fleming, Jose-ih i r cuter,
Charlotte; S. II. llalnr, V J ll.nlc-,
C. H. Nichols. Ksscx; I!. T I... nan, Jay
A. Clark, Amos n. Driukivat r, II ne3
burg: J. C. Ilenway, Fred Andrew W
11. Taft, Huntington; F. A. Stiles, V W
Pease, A' U Nay. Jc' ho Mark
AV. Mch.vu.. A. II. Moore. Da
vid R. Hoan, Milton; W Yv Hlslcy,
Stanton AV. Saylcs, L. C. C-niant, Rich
mond; William West, Jerome Thnmison,
C. II. Ftldy. Sholburne; V. i 'hit tendon,
(Icorgo 11. Illshop, South l.i.rl i.i , n. Ell
Ton-Ill. St. Heorge; C K i', (Icorgo
Penetllct, Underbill; II. T 'M'oomber,
M iiuice liUh, 11. T. Fay, Wcslt ird, Wnl
late Cliapinnii, L. H. Phelps, S n AVar
' , ii, Wllllston.
Alone and In an enfeebled e, udltbii
(Icorgo Dczero, tXi years old, waii foi
Saturday in his room in Rutland
though it Is supplied that he ha niti
ho was lark'-ig the common n 1 es .tics of
life, mid was removed to the I'l, tor hos
pital. He protested against "ln, nltnough
on the i ergo of pneumonia.