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TIII4 V.lMihlNGTON 1'HHU 1MIHSS AND TIMhK- J Ill'HSDAi, .1 Wl M.N " i. I'M
I HEW NX BILLB
of intrrt't not exceeding live per cent !
1" i milium. Hie lmymcnt of which la su
( iiit il I..- mortgages, duty executed and
i i ctuded, upon real estate, within this
Committee of the Whole Would
Strike Out All after Sec
Mi.iipi.nl 'in. 17.-1 niitlnii again oc-
i i l tl rfi ii.ito to-ilny. Tlmt body wont
into coiii.i.iiU'i. nt tin- whole this morning
i.l . i,u tusutlon Mil. mid after
i bating . Ik hit.i.sllic until pusl Iho noon
lioiir, lno't i up again" luitin dlutely utter
l s m 'I. ik till afU'llmuii. .Mr. Mcl'tien
v ipl d tilt chair lit I .ot 1 1 sessions,
111 l l llllimli'c III letlKtll voted to rec-
oi .hi ill in tie Senate the amendments)
v hu It m e that nil after section
i lull lie stili ken out and the
in. ' t'teil:
Nothing ronlalned in this net
I ii loiisi'inl to ln.N ninney deposited
.i v ms i.uiK.'. savings Institution.'',
a onipnti1 s, nv savings bank and
iiv .mil k. loeated v. llhln this Klate,
nl ' tax "inliov or set-ill It lex reeeiv.nl
trust eomniinv or sin lugs haul; and
tr 1. 1 company r:s t"iistco under order of
our' or nFurvvlso. on account of which
su ill hi nt or hanking Instil utloii pays .1
10 tin Stat-, nor to tn- money dc
111 ilnl .11 mtucst In liiillonal banks In
1 Stati whereon the rate of Interest
1 11 l . v.. 11 nut. i'f nmitiui upon
It b 1 ax is re(Ulred to he paid to
1 n Stale uii.lir the provisions of chapter
. 1 tin piilnii statutes and amendments
i t if mn- to tax any of the various
11 rsomil pioperty held bv or lu
ll nrporntloiis, associations or
luM'.l illleet to the State, or
V rctsoii of 11 tax paid to til
SI .ti 11 urn of .1 tax on such propr-it.
s 1 t rciiuir. .1 to he si I In llti Brand
o 1.1 !( Hon 7'.'7 of the 1 hi . ilt-
j. it 1 f s, .1- amended hy No. " of the act"
1 l"e, mil' to tax any ploreitv eXi inpted
f'om t.is .tion
S S- . turn ot the puhlle statutes
11.. nih il so a to lead as fol-
I ills I
1 11 rson
All taxes Imposed hy tiilH net
paid Into the trousutles of the
town i houl districts. Inciuiior
ali d m houl dlstilels. and school dlstrlets
in uivirgnnlwil towns und gores wherein
the same Wrre assessed, am) shall be
tisi il for ::i'heol purposes and shall be In
lieu or tin tax required under section
l"i of the publle statutes, to the extent
tlmt It ptovldea the iimmmt of funds
therein ruUlrtd. Such tnxes shall be col
li eted as othei taxes In such school dis-
Ifilets are collected. In any unorganized
ro.nl or gore In which there I. no school
dlslrht such tnxco shall be paid to the
cnnnnlssloiior then of.
See. is, tn any case wheie the funds
rained under this act exceed the amount
ieiiilred to- the malnlcuaure of schools
within 11 illqtrirt, su. li excess si ill he
paid Into the treasuilis of the fcj-pcctve
cities, towns or Incorporated village, unit
lo Hie eninnilsloner of taxes of the re
spective unorganized towns and gores
wherein such taxes vvcro assessed, and
shall become part ot the. general fund
tin 11 of.
See. 11. No l.ix assessed llnder the pro.
Molts of thin act shall be subject to a
See. l,.. Personal property taxqd under
the ptovlslons of this act shall not consti
tute a pan of the grand list for pur
poses of Ideal or State taxes, except as
herein provided hut shall be included In
the grand Us" for purposes of division ot
the public moneys.
See. p:. No propel ty shall he exempted
from taxation by reason of any debts or
ohtlCHtlons owing, and nil sections of the
publle statutes and any provisions there
of, and all uet.s In addition theieto o. In
linn ndmeiit tlmu'uf Inconsistent herewith
are hercb repealed.
Si e. 17. All acts and parts of acts ami
provisions of the pnbllu statutes Incon
sistent with this act act are hereby re.
This a.t shall take eft. t March
CHANCE FOR 64
t.rf 1 111
(in 1 in
,1 oPiv Wlilli
n J tun
I ji K 1 1 . 1 h .
Itrimn J ,mIh. 1 us. 1, :
icoso, I), I . 11 it k in It,
State Ready to Supply $100
Worth of Books for Free
Ill St dl-plii.v Vlilte W'Mipdiities, I . (
Stevens. Malicliester, N. II.
neat diimiiiy oniinKioii.t, w. w. i
Htlllvs, .Mhurw. j
fjest dl-lilliy White OiplllitlollK, A. V. rnnH,
Haley. Molitpeller. XJC0U1
To-nlvb' " lelVe ii eloeh the poiiltr.-j
men hiul :helr aimnal hanipiet which
foriniill.v ' losed the show 1
001 ALWAYS PI
N I. and aft'rwatd built
. homi on (.'011111111111 lit mhls. 1 1 v
I furnished, and In the baelt.wird
Ian olisi rvatury tlttid up with
Wll- W ' .1
End? Spectacular Career
"Deacon" White, Noted
Figure in Vall Street.
WINDHAM COUNTY MAY
SECURE FARM EXPERT
FOUR II FAMILY
Suaies of stock In domcstti
.11 ,- i'ili' t to the tax lmpo.ed by
of tins act shall be set In the
ind 1 t to thf owner theieof. If a lesl
iri t nf 1 ,ils State. In the town, villutle.
hol iv li' district tue-crlbed ! soc
tnn 'iV of tin- public statutes, as aineiid
wl ' - sect. on il of No. S.1 of tile ni ls of
1!dn otuei-wlsi :n tlie town when the i
porat 011 iss ilim such stock has its prin
1 ii.nl 1 ,1 of business.
S. ' Si 1 1.011 i'-'H of tin. public stut
.i i.li- aimuded so as to n ad 11?
fol 1 tv s
Se t ), .1. In appialsmi; slums of
stork 111 a notion. il hank or other 01 ra
tion, t' ' value of nil Its real ami per
sonal estati taxed to said cot poration 111
I'm? Stitr or rim-where shall bo deducted
1 on tui' lot il appraised value of ail Its
shares of stock, and the remaining value
ni 'v shall be apportioned anion? Its
shan s to ascertain tie; nppt.ilscil value.
See. 7.. All persons malum.- and llllim:
o ut the t x inventories speellbd 111 sec
tion j"'". ot the public .statutes, as aiiiend
nt b section 12 of Nil ::s of the acts of
".11-1, and sf tloil .'!7 of the )ublic statutes,
.... . lv cftlilT, ., fif No. I!.. Of tlltl
1 ts if 191". cm ept as otherwise plovided,
hall therein state the total amount of
ich item of 1 ixable personal estate men
tioned in each of the cltvses specified In
t. is act and sin 11 Inventories shall 1011
t.iln s iltable interrogatories then-for.
Set Ii. liooks for the abstia' ts of tndl
idun' hsts of tnpaers and for tin
t;ra'id lists ie(Ulred to he lileil in tin- of
tn e of tin town or city clerk, and the
ab.str,. t of the Brand list 1 .-turned to the
comm. -sinner ot taxes bv the town or
Lit. brk shall rontuln, anion? other
1 ilncs. anproprlate columns and blank)
iir the Insertion therein, by the listers
.1 1 town or city clerks respectively of
to appral-ed valuation of.tuo property
fixed iiu s lant to the provisions of this
Se 7 'lax bills shall contain, anions
other mums, appropriate separ.ito
columns showln one per cent, of the
uppr. ised valuation of all tnopcrty tax
nble unib 1 tl.f provisions of this net. and
tiir anniiii.l of taxes of each taxpayer
Set I'.-i.-onai estate not taxed under
sietlon 1 of this act. and not exempted
iiiulii sei s of tills act. shall lie an
imal V set ii: tin abstract or Individual
us! 11 t the "rand list, In sepaiatu
i jiumns s i apait thereloi, to the owner
thereof 11 the town, village, school or
Im dlstrh t where such property is slt
nal d 011 tm lirst day of April, at one
nr 1 cut. of Its appraised valuation ntnl
ii ill be subject to an .mnnal tax of mm
h null d tents oil tin- dollar of such
' !t ,Monc loaned by any person,
eoi-jior moil or b.uiklntt Institution at a
iati ii' nit r Ft not excet-dlnK live per
en t in 1 annui.i. the payment of which Is
se' ued and evidenced by a moitvraiie 011
n il estate, within this State, duly execut
ed jtid record il. ahull 1 xenipt from
t ixetion piovldeil Biich loan docs not ex.
-1 1 tie alnc ot such real estate. In
case : 111 h loan xeeeils the value of such
unl estate, the excess of tlie loan bliall
In t x d niuler section 1 of tills act.
Set 1 11 section 7-11 of tlie public
.intuit m. s amended by section 1 of
No sr. of the acta of 1010 Is hereby
Biiii iideil o an tfi read 11s follows:
Sfe ;ii A domestic s.ivI'.ikh hunk
or savings Institution uolnu busliifss
bii-flii Hint 11 annually pay a las- to the
State wl ill .s hereby assi 'sed at I 1"
rati of se -n-li'iiths of one per cent,
upon the uveriiKo amount of Its de
posits nun aceiimulntlonH, utter do
flui'tliiK then from the average amount
not exceedliiK ten per cent, of Its as
sets Invested in Tutted States ,'overn
ment bondsi. nnJ the avera";- amount
of the assessed valuation of real es
t a ti mi ued ' such ctir.io-.iitltin. uud
after further deiluctlim therefrom tlie
aviTiint amount of Its assets loaned
at u rate of lutercht not ex- ceding
llvo pi r cut. per milium, tlx- paMiient
of willed Is sftcur-d and evidenced by
inurtKUBi'i. duly executed and record
ed, upon real estate within tills State.
Sec. II Section 7-1" of tho puhlle
r,tutlltei, as anu-lliie 1 ny si-cuon . 01 iH-iibt
No. ST. of tho acts of V.ilO, Is lien-by
iiinende-1 so as to toad as follows:
Si 1, 71" domeslle trunt compaiiy or
savliuts I1.111U and tiust company dloiiK
business iirreln shall annuully pay a tax
to the St ite, which In hereby nsscHsiH
at tlu rale tt snven-teulhs ot one per
cent, upon Hie nvuniKo amount of its
deposits, IncludiiiK money or s.-cuiitlcs
lecclved an trusted under order of court,
or otherwise, after deducting tliHretiom
tho avoruftu oinuuiit, not ex'ecdlnB ten
per cent, of Its iiabeiH invested In United
Stat 6 sovornmciU bonds, and after fur
ther deiliictlni? tlieiefiom tho averano
Ui lie III of Its assets loaned at a lato
HAVE 8 HEARTS
The following 4 Vermont towns
are without libraries!
liatre town Middlesex
Uloomilcld Mt. Holly
llolton Mt. 'r.-tbor
UrooUllne North Hero
Iummorston Hutlun.l town
Duxbury St. neotKc
Hast Haven Humiliate
Kast .Montpeller . Sear.sburif
Ferrlsbtirp s. liurllimton
Holland 'I'lnmouth j
Ira Tunbr! le
Leicester Woltntt j
I.emlnnton Worcoster ' '
Montpeller. Jan. 10 No town In Vcr-
Jl. Itli linlO, .lllll. 17. I'lllv i itesetllll-
titr.i froci 17 of tin ::' limns In Wind
hum tm 1 t x tint at the Ihoolis House
this alt' tn "ii imitation ii' th.- Krnt-
tlebolo l.i..ird of Yiuilt. to (onslder fol til
llm ,i 1 1 1 1 n I - on;.'til,itiiin to tnk- uihati-
taKi of ofiti-s of the federal uo et ninent
and 1 hicituo (irulli Dealers' association Pi
regard to iciirlim 1111 nut h-iilturul I'xpeil
to work In ti ls loiiuij for the two years.
Tin- lot-ill hoard ul trade Rave ll nt-
ol'-towu n. tests a eompllin.-ntiiry ilium "
III the lilti'ks House heltn-e the meetllln.
A lemporniv eimmltlf was appointed
from eadi low 11 Pi the i-inuit to tniiviiH:'.
for id ills s .in I 1. -peit at a Inter met tint
lo b i-alh d l tin ilitlre eominlttte. A
lenipolnrv iirsuiiizalhiii w..s loiiiutl with
.lohn C Iii iinlsun of !i Hows- Tills as
clKilrtnau .1111'. C.11I S. Ilopkiiis 11 el.-rk.
. New York, .Inn. Hi. Ill fo- many
moiiths, Stephen Van fullen White died
j x'stt-nluy In bin iiparlmeiits in the Stand-
, l.sh Anns, Ihooklyn. lie never fully re
lOM'H'il ftolu an operation for a eomolleu-
j linn ol miihiillt'S mole than ayear mid a
tn Ireipn uti
Ml ml Iiu ' I
. ' 1 1
' h. i
Ids NVli'l' Seen Sonic of tile iov
iTiiuii'iil l!iiiliins liuill in
I ..'1st !") Will's.
Mother and Three Children Each!
Have One on Left and
llaston. I'.i.. Jan 17. Dr. .lames Moit-'cn-stern
of this city has dlscow 1 cd a family
in which tho mother and three children
an- each pronbd with two In arts. In
vestigation has estahllsneil the fact be
yond a doubt. The woman is Mis. ltet.
ton I'erklns. and the children are Aimi..
Alb 11 anil Doris I'eiklns, n;;ej pi, 11 atn.'
Dr. MoiKciisteru was cilltd to the
home fif Jjerton Perkins to sttmd a child
sufreihur ft 0111 ehlekenpox. While In-spei-tliu;
the clus' or the child he felt
a ' earl bcaiini; on the right side. He
hastily shifted his hand irti-i to the
lift part of the t h-.t and felt anothet
heart beatlm: there, aoparently js any
well-in. havetl heart should do.
Dr. MorBeiistern then determined to
sre f the phenomenon was repeated In the
other i-hlldt'-ii. I!e culled In two and
ri',-alii two heai ts wore beatlm,'. one in
-in Ii side of the eh.-st. He then sum
moned the mother and she, like her three
chlldien. was possessed of two vital
organs, each pumpiiie; l.,ood throuch th
HOW IT .MA V HAVK IIAl'IMCNKD.
mont. latue or small, need be without a
tree publle library. The kooiI old (!reen
Mountain State stands ready and wllllm;
to aid In the f stabllshment of a llbiary
accordlm; to a bulletin lust issued bv
the State'llhrary commission, through Its
secretary, Miss 11. W. Wrleht of this
In oi-tl'-r. however, to seeuie a library It
will beneie.s.sury for towns to Insert certain
articles In the warnings, for coming town
incetiniTP. When the proper eontlltlons
have been compiled with the Stale will
furnish Tl"" worth of book.- 11s a starter.
To bcKln with the town must say w-lieth-er
It will elect a hoard of tlx e library trus
ties nnd lnstriu t them to make applha
tlon for State aid. Next the town must
sac what sum. If any, will be appropriat
ed for the maintenance of a free public
If the Kiant! list Is bs.s than t-V, the
.aiim must not be less than .'I.l.
If the craiid list Is more than t:.: yet
less than Ju,w. the sum to b-apjuoirlat-etl
must not be Ics-.-t than J"'-
If the iriaiiil list Is ?I(',hhi or mole, the
.-urn to be raised must not he less than
The iiicmhii of the library commission
are: 'luy l'otti-r Ilenton, Hurllni;toii: Mrs.
1'. M. Wlnslow, lininiliin: II. M. (lotld.ird,
Montpeller: Mr.-. W. I'. Smith, St. .I.dins
Iciy; Miss 1'. H. clement, liuthinil. Miss
1!. W. Wiicht, secretary. Mont pellet Fur
ther information fonceinlnit the State aid
plan may he obta ned fiom the secretary.
Princeton. N. .1., .Ian. I'.t.-Cresldent-elcct
Wilson disclosed to-day the fact that he
has ohtaliieil a niililebook of Wnslilnirtoti
and Is teatPnii It iissliliniiisly in his spare
Mr. Wilson will he practically a uttanner
I In Washington when he takes oftb e. lie
I has lslted there but little since his youth,
jlle has never seen some of the '.-oyi'i-n-
ment blilldlllKS elected within lb.- las: 15
years. When he fteps into tho White
I louse on March I It will be the first time
he will lime seen tie Interior of the execu
Tin- (iovt-nior Is fnniliinrultits hliii-df
wltii the location of tlie ario.iH blllhlln:;s 1
and lhnne.li u Is antlclpntlii'4 little leisme'
It Is likely thai Ids late nl't- i li'iull wa -.s 1
'Vlll he slllhtse. ins HI' S.
The sprinu-like weather bronchi a pio-
ft'Ssloil of friends to cull at the W'llsoll
1 nine to-day. The tiovernor, .Mrs. W II-
son 1 mid Mrs. Toy. wife of a llaivanl ,no-Mii
fessor, went walkini; iluthm the alter
iiiinii. As they entered tin- imlcrsil
ui-eimds Mr. Wilson mliiin as uuide
toiiiul Nassau hall -ie.s.-.ii to him for Hu
ll rat time In lii' life. The former president
of Princeton wild to He- oltlec of the
iiilli-u' coiiHtabiihiry, whiili is composed
of three InclU Iduiils, but all had a day off
and onlj a yomiK bo was in ch.ir'. The
Ooveriuu- and boy lookid over a box full
of keys but could not lllid the one that
opened the faculty room of Nassau hall
which Mr. Wilson especially wanted to
point nut to Ids 4in st. The Llovernor
continued bis walk n-mvtf ullj .
To-iiisht tln-iv Wl fe moil Kill -ts at
the Wilson 1 unit- ml th, Onu 1 ex-
eustil hlllls. if to til 1 H .pon. 1. in-. 0:1
Stephen ViinCullcii White, banker, stock
j broker, ehiitehuiaii. nstroiiom"', orator.
I mt critic, lawyer a nil politician, had as
I many "ups and downs" as an elevator
j boy, huvliut failed In business for mil
I IIoiih several times, but ipilckly leeoVer-
' ina bin ample foil 11 ne on each 1 iislon
, throiiKh bis own xet tluiis and Judumeiil.
j Hern use he was treantlrer and trustee
I of Plymouth I'lmroh In llrooklyn over M
' .M ar-, he was know n to the Keuerul pub-1
lii- ns "lJ-iicon White," willle Ills assoel
j ulis of "the street" culled him the "Star
! i.izer." In conseipp-ticr of his study of
1 he In .1 x ens.
Steplii 11 was burn 111 I'h'ilham county,
N. ''., AiMtisI I, IVII. the son of Hiram
mil Julia i.irew.-vi White. Ills father
inn. 1 1 run a Pennsylvania Quaker fam
ilj, ai.il bis mother hi lonm d to a famous
I ii 111 i 1 01 his unlive State, both weie up
i..eil to shiM-ry. .- ii1 for this they were
1 livi 11 out of the State when Stephen was
.111 six vee;, old, and the' crossed the
ulMs of Keiituek mid Tennesse.- In .1
wiiKoti anil settled III .lelsey county. 111. I
Ills I ii t he i- had a small fnrm and a
urDl mill, and Stephen assisted In the I
wotk or bulb. j
His Wlllleis were sp'-tll ill tlUppltlR. .
luit In- found time to atn nd ,1 flee school I
UUKI11 by Dr. Silas Hamilton, lie wuit;
to the prepai iteiy school ol Knox Col-
lone, win re lie m iiduate.i with lielio' .
I( lescopi- ami all other
in- Imnlstn. Ili'le lie used
I ii in) hu!f th' plant In
He was 1111 Intimate frhnd or II, 1
Ward llecolicr, and althotiKh he m
Joined Plymouth nor any other bur
In' was made 11 triHteo and truusurei
Mr. White itave hundreds of thousands
of dollars to eliiirltles, public and pilvate:
put scores of youtitt men on their feet:
and aided many friends In dire moments
with siuhllleunt amount", some of which
were repaid, white other were chained
to pioilt and loss without 11 moment ot
Ill politics Mr, White was nlwuju u ft
piibllcuu, coiitilhutiim both time nml
money to the siieres of bin party.
In W he wes sent to ('oilstress rt'om
the thltd New Vork district to miceied
Darwin I!. Junics. lie served on Impor
tant I'litmnlttees and provnl bis ellb leticy
In many ways, but lie declined another
Th' only other public ollbe held by him
was Hint of park eomniliwiioiiei' of llrook
lyn. t'pon the blind which sci eons the door
to Mr. White's private olllco bun tilt
"1 shall pass throimh tills world hut
once. Any stood thlmr, therefore, thai I
can do or any kiudnesg that I in how
to any human helm;, Ul mn do it now.
l.et im- not deter It or neglect it, tor I
tdiull not puna thlx way attain."
Vheli In tt(
kept liool. .s l'r
lliillbl" v itb
a 10 an i 1 1 o-
1 11 m .
Mm.. 1 s. I- w a.
hiiMtiK wupportisl lihiw, If b
N. Y. STOl l M.AIIKI
I lo St. I.ouls, wllei
NHllll'.P.r. Mi'ST SKIlVi: SKNTHNCK
Montpeller, .Inn. 17. In supicmc uniu
In the f'hllli-nden county eniio of State
iitrnlnst I,. N. Nelber(T, iidulleiy. which
lame brfoli' the court on exi
thins. .Judfie Munsou read an opinion
which overruled the cm eption. ami the
origin it sentence or not less than three
and .1 half - ars or nurd l.ilini ,il tl e
Stat' prwon .it Wind-nr m i"t '.. . rv.d
LESLIE M, SHAW
OUSTED BY BANK
I Inn in which In -
was Inteiesii d. Inn had
the latter and began to Fniled to
Refusnl to Commit Himself to
Legislative Plans Has Mark
asblligtoii. Jan. I i "1 1. 1 1 . lt j
Wilson's ri'rusul to iiIIoh h, , , I) p.
1 oinmlttiHo anydi'lliilu-i.iiiuMji r iiam
sailor, .-tooiitllnepnhllihtbi.il huh
tori- ml eonuri-ssnien 1 1 ,'. t 1 f 1
h iflslatlve plans has had .1 m.i 1 11 11
inn- In eimgrcssloiiiil neitv n- .1 1 (
Inst few Weeks. Pin lis II1.11 . I 1 .,
engross the session In pniiti. i 1 , ,
lire hrld In iihcyuucc, wl i'i . 1 1
illti lest ei'lllers aliout In 111. 1 j tu
work of 1 glsbition, mviiti -.11.
IIT hill lieuHtig.
Duliloeratl' leaders 11 en 1..
have timile pilgrimages 1 . .
since rill lstlllilH to talk r. 1 1
mlnisttatlon's vvorfi wl 1 1 1
president. To, tlie mulo 11 . .. t
have visited htm (ioVeii'n '
Riven Utile Indication or M
legislation, or his suppoit ..n
ebs. The r-w to whom '
dellllltely uplnloiiM ll.lV" b.-l,
seereey ami have In en 1111 . l 1 1
presldont-elei't'ii iniluencc to .1 1 t
plaim or to supoort any g"-iu r.i
The reorganl.allon MsiM 'n Sunmi
has uliown little m-tlvitv during ho la t
two weeks. The efforis of 1. tuocratio
lea lerB now are directed towaul brlrujtntf
about an outcome tlmt will ' . tm dl -satisfieil
fiotloii in th'i i.aitv and Will
nt the uine tinin Insure tm. .10 ealleil
progressive ibmocratle to.-i s a. mil
j voice in the future admlnM ation of
1 Koilllne h i.sla1Ic.u Is 1 Mm
' upy the attention of the Si
House throughout the cm:n.
1 llrthl !' effotts to KOlVe til.
the Senate ovep I'legiih-nt Taft
poiiitmeiits will b" mjile ,1
tin liopi nf the il. mounts bclnu
n v can force th.- 1 ,ni,h. ,ns Into
;ir aniti im nt w heref.
x 1 ,i
.v a i
il h 1:1
n is .
ii,. d ' )
.sa tn )
ir ow i
i t in tin I- r inont-Daytoii I
Iv.X was admit! 1 to lb" 1
inl i'i nnd Wi nt to I it s
v. bete he was suf-cesslul I
Financiers while President
of Trust Company.
d to oc
iu tn anrl
t incto In
I.l W I ll.'ll tH'C.
In ;-'i I" iii'-vitl ir New York, whue
Man iimlliu' in tin open stock mar
ket iiihIi r the lirm name ot Miirviii
W li'tc In Im,7 .Mi. Maivie ill.-tl. Mr.
Wlille thin ari iel on iiiisiiicss alone
was admitted to the New Vork Stock
Kxcllllllge 111 IM. a n.l Pi i1.' he riirnietl
a peitiiei ship wiih .viimir , rinllln ami
I'. W. Hopklii't. Hu Hi 111 nam" being
s. v. w hlie 'o.
.vit. iiopHlim rallied lift -i lev.'
and tin ither two luutlmted the
lill, 17. Leslie M.
fnreeil to relititiuish
.f the I'irst MoitsPigc
Trust eompaii..- bo-
SECOND CANDIDATE FOR cttm: Tnn i ncr
MAYOR OF MARBLE CITYiOlUt, 1 (JKiN Uri"1
Huston (he caused
again he paid hK
Itutland, .l.in. HI. - Darull I'.. Martie.
who bus been commissioner of public
safety in this city site e last November,
I iinnotin' id this afternoon that he will In
the following day. Dr. Morgenstern I " candidate for mayor on an Independent
gathered together seveial prominent
physicians of llaston anil together they,
can led on a minute examination of all
the children. None of the doctor l.s
able to account for the unnatural num
ber of hearts.
hie theory is that at birth tlirre wtis
a non-union of the dllfeienl component
parts of the organ, there Is the light
ventricle and right auricle grew on the
tight side, and the left ventricle and the
left amide m the left side. If such l.s
the case, a condition exists In the bodies
of tin se people which Is seemingly con
trary to the laws of nature. The sep
tum cord. Instead of forming the divid
ing partition between the two sides of
tin- heirt now forms one outside boun
daiy of each prl. Therefore In thesu
people th- arterial blood must he dtlven
through the body from -e left compart
ment of the chest, whllt the venus
blood mu-st return to the heart In the
right compartment. This would mran
an entirely unnatural formation of the
alter! as and veins within all of the
uppei p.ut of the body. One thing Hint
suppoits this belief Is the fact that the
apex beat of each heart was not wholly
as It should be.
While other cases of u compound
heat t have been known in the moJIcal
World, never before In tlm history of
tho profession havo four of them ex
isted In one family,
W'H.I, Hi: MiiKi; EXAMINATIONS.
At least one of the children will bo
brought before the Northampton Coun
ty Medical society as phiii as possible.
At present all are conlined to their
home lu iiiarnntlne occasioned by the
cpliliuiie of elilcltt-npox. It is the
purpose of tie doctors or Kaston to
call the attention of somevof the most
noted specialists In tho country to this
A peculiar phase of the case Is that
to outward appearances the other or
gain; or all three arc arranged In nor
mal position. Only one nf them Is In
the least deformed, una side of her
chest being slightly larger thnn the
other. They havo always been healthy
and able to piny about Just as
nary boys nml girls.
citizens' ticket at the election in xt March.
Martin has been a lesldent of Itutlantl 1"
years, coming here from Ogdeiisburg, N.
Y. lie has conducted a clothing i'toie
here seven vears. Mr. Mattlti was prosl-;
de-lit of the Roosevelt club lu re lu the re
iftit campaign, lie is tin- second mayor
alty candidate to announce himself,
George C. I'ndcihlll already being in tin
ill -ceitleiil mi
li(U)ii cc Alliiiny.
BRADBURY M. BAILEY DEAD
Man Wuh One of fh- Oldest
Mhiu In Mntr.
Rutland, Jan. 17. Uradbury M. Ilalley,
for many years a resident of tills oit .
died this afternoon of pneumonia, aged V
years, at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Hamilton Ormsbee In llrooklyn. N. V.
The lattet's husband Is an editor of the
llrooklyn U-igle. The huilal will be in
Kutlnnd Mondav. Mr. Halley was born
In New Hampshlie and learned the trade
of sllver.smlth In Woodstock, this State.
Hi- went Into btislnesa lu Ludlow and in
Ifw'd moved to Rutland, acquiring con
siderable real estate here. He was one of
th,. oblest members of the .Masonic
liuUriilty of Vermont.
POULTRY SHOW AWARDS,
HIS BRAIN TO BE WEIGHED,
Hillliirinl VV rller Would Have Coiiiimrni
"llli VlntliclilHtlciil (irandfalhrr'.
Denver, Colo., Jan. III. - Twelve hours
after the death of his brother, Chailcs
II. Hauss of St Charles, Mn., from heart
Rolieit W. (Jauss, grandson of
the renowned Cerman mathematician.
Paul l- Causs of Munich, and for -8 years
editorial writer on the Denver Republican,
died hero to-day from thu same' disease.
Chunk 'eti a iniuesi that his hialn bo
preserved, weighed, uniilyzcdiindi'ompaicd
with that of his fumotiB grandfather. Tho
inutlicmatlclnu's brain, at tho time of his
death, weighed 52.7 ounces.
Tho houaowlvt u of this city lend the
.itoui adn" in this new simper with Incrcas-
lue Interest for tho stores arc urattlnt:
bigger uncj bttur all the time, and tholr
rids, help snlvi tl.o buying problems In
the it v s homes.
Silvern "f sl.
jt. Albans, Jan. 17. The Pith annual
exhll Itlon of the Vermont State Poultry
association which has leer, held at cltv
hall for the past four days closed to
night. The ixlnblts wire tlie hugost n-nl
ben In'thc history of the association and
the nanr.getnent Is wry much lib used
with the sacciss of the meeting. Some ot
tin h'rds vMII be taken to Knoslurg
Halls, when an exhibition will be held
under tho auspices of the Hncsburg Falls
The special prizes of silver cups wem
won oy tho following:
The Wlrthmorc cup, $7T., N. IViml
man, Ht. Johnsbury.
Rest dlplay of White Rocks, C I.. Cur
tis, St. Albans.
Rest display llarreil Rocks, rocket el
line, A. O. McClure, Mlddletown Springs.
Rest display of Hurt Rocks, .1. . Jones,
Rest display Rarred Rocks, pulb-t line,
N. A. Onllant. I'lattsburgh.
Rest display Partridge Wyandolte.s,
Dr. C I.. Morln, Ht. Albans.
Host display of Raiilnnis otlu r than
games, A. C .McClure,
Rest display (lohlen Wyandotte.s, 11, A,
Rrush & Sons. Milton.
Rest display Single Comb Rhode Island
Reds. F. W. S.tult, St. Albuns.
Xicul display Turkeys, I,. U Mr.i.ih,
Rrs' display (,'oluinblan Wyandottcs, C.
W. p. l'rouly, Swanlon.
Rest display Rnttrldge IMymuuth Rocks,
J, 11. l. Mossey, St. Albans.
Rest display Columbian Rocks, II. .M.
Rest lilspluy Roso Comb Rhode Ulauil
Ileds., J, C, Holdeii, North Clarendon,
Reft display Ir in Mat tin's Ancotu
eggs, tt.mou ji', (J. D. (inlvviij. Rurllng.
Springllelil. Mass., Jan. Pi. Might per
sons were seriously Itijiited and lu' others
stiff red minor hurts to-ulgut when a
I'ullmau i-ir of a passi ngi r Haiti, bouii'l
ft tun lloston for Albany. N. V.. jumped
a switch at ( nariioii iieimt, auu was
sideavv Ipetl bv an castbountl Height.
The wreckeil I'lillm.in car was uti
eoupled and the train was uiaheil to this
city, wheie the Injiiied were taken to a
hospital. .1. N. Milton, a culoicd poi'tii'.
sufferctl troiu a I'i actiired skull ami the
hospital authorities said he was probubly
The other seriousl.v Injured persons
weie: Ward i. Utant of Spi Inglb-ltl, severe
nits and bruises. Charles Ii. lianloii of
Dorchester, lelt shoulder tract nml; Wal
ter S. Robt its of New Yoik, Ititctial in
juili's;Thom.is II. Klldulf of liostun, lett
arm nearly severed: c. I!. Hotter of
Springfield. In.tuties about lie.nl and bo-ly;
Miss Allic I'l'iklns of Springllelil, Internal
Injuries, -lo-'. Moioross of liostou,
bruises about the body.
None of the 1-' passengets In the Tull
in.in. which vvas the rear car of the ti.iln,
i. cipt tl injur .
The ic.ir truck of the 1'iillinan jumped :i
switch as the tialn which hut Huston nl
p. m. over the lloston .v. Albany i.ill
ro.nl pass'-d Chailtou Ht pot. The thrill
td car boiincid along over the ties lor r,u
arils and then I oiled close to the east
' omul tnii k tlltectly into the path or an
aipioacliln-' Height train. The engineer
if the freight vvas unable lo avoid stilk
iic, the I'ullman. on- tide of which was
Tlie e.Miit.-s train was luouglit to it stop
by the setting of the automatic air lual.i s
and soon the train clew and unhurt pas
sengers vwi' assisting those Inside the
WEDDING GUESTS ARRIVE
ON BELATED MAURETANIA
New Voik. Jan I'J 'I'll- Dui lies- ol
Tiillyrand. lurmerlv Mi. s Ann i mulil,
renched Inn' 1 v with her hnsn i ml,
the Duke of Tallviaiid, and her thi-n -.unl-one-half-
"ii-"1'1 u" ''I'll'"' I ow.iiil dc
Sagali, on the liclated ste.ini.'i M iiiit
lanla to attend the wedding on Jinuar.v
of Miss ll I'1' (build, lb' ilia In s.'s ..Is.
ami F iih fin p.irii. .Miinouy .1.
Dicm'I, latlicr-m-iuvv oi .vitii nine i.oiiiu,
daughter "I' (bulge ,1. Could, also eallie
over to attend tbu wedding.
The MiiuH'taula'n passage fimu l.lv'i'l
iool was the roughest and slowest trip
she has ever made. Dm tug an especially
hcuv blow la"1 Wednesday pait of tho
ship's Mil ''''i'1'''1 invy "lid passcii-M-rs
were thru"'" fl'oMl '' ''crtlm at
the' dead of 'KMl'
, I'IMtOl'RI ATI ! TlTl.n.
"1 am g"l,ul 1,1 ",'ll;'' '"' fl"'m-cll tour
III Slrikespeui'. What shall be the play'.'
"Tills i" -vo1"' lii;wt,1 furevvell loin I bo.
"I would suggt-st 'Much Adieu About
Nothing' ' -I'OiiI'villc CoiiihT-Jouiiiul.
Mr. While's llrst I'ailure was In lSi,,
while Alar, in was his paitner. He was
compelled to ih elate hiiii-df insolvent,
bill It was a smnll failure ami would
lianllj huv-e I n noilcetl but fur the
l'-nt that two veins Inter he had paid
all his deits with inteicst and was
reinlv to still t tigaln.
Ill 1VJ lo'-ses hy Hit
a xe. (-nil failure, but
. reditors In full.
Mr. White alwas acted upon his own
nun. iiiuai .ii:umeni anil reiltseil to en-
tor any deals of which he vvas not the
lender or originator.
In l"l be saw that "Lackawanna" vvas
a ting ipietih- and was not controlled by
tin- iliictiuitions of tithe.- stocks and he
ile ulcd to mki a tl at It. II. invested
heavil.v, loaueil the stock generously,
dealt in puts and calls, told everybody
the shares would go up to (tln-v have
been up to Sr." slncci, atul when the time
wus lip.- lie called for Ills stoi k. II- bad
madu more than Sl.ii.i, and he divided
with .) llould. who had helped him In
his eampali-'n. which hint enublid him to
pnv all his debts, uei-oriliug to his promise,
on Seph ml ei KM, Wall Street was
1. ii tied by tin- news tlmt S. V. White
Co. Iii.il made an assignment, ami the
llgiir. s weie set at more than f.'.ori'.i'''.
The usulguoi- tniortoil that the uesets,
if tin u disposed of. would be Insufficient
lo meet nun'" than :!T per cent, of the
CAl'CIlT IN CORN Ol'HRATlONS.
This time Mr White's Judgment hud
gone vviong. Insteml of continuing Ills
practice of dealing In the Mock market
alone, he had goin to .-uulylng the corn
marki t, and concluded that there was a
shortage not only in the rnp, but In the
amount on liiilul.
So he began to buy and buy until he
bad contiol of October corn. Then old
corn began to come lu and he tumid that
he could hnv all he wanted 111 Chicago,
and at lower prices than he believt d It
was worth, and the market broke.
Resides this hi' hail not consulted na
ture. The season Improved and there was
abundant promise of n huge crop. Hi
hud reached his limit of powei In his corn
lampaigii, and he .surrendered..
Ills creditors got together and having
lu mind the veibal promises to puv In
full, ami their entile riilllllniclit, they
cuiue to him with a proposition which lu
.substance was this: "Your nssits would
pay us about per cent, of our claims,
Inil we will give you back your business,
cancel jour Indebtedness, and l-ave you
free to resume business at once."
Mr. Whit.'- r plv was: "The embar
rassment of niv til in was wholly because
of in. iicisoiiul judgment and acts. Your
icle...-c inuiosi's upon hie a fourfold obll-
-atlon I ai pt the tiust. and 1 take It
with the dctorinltiiition that when Upuy
i Hie il-' .1 of mituie llo otllci llclit Will lie
; ft mil I.'
; in two day In- had paid (out of his
prolits. .in.i wiiiioui oori itwniKj i n .
cie ll'oi whose claim vvas not ov r """
and at tin- etui of the month lie hail paid
up mot' thiili J5."
I o was readmitted to the Stock I.
change "Hi l-'eliruar .", IV'2, nnd by Duci-m-ber
or that jear he had paid every dollar
of Ids llim's Indebtedness, principal and
Intel est, and went ahead with Ills pro
jects for another fortune lu which In- suc
ceeded In .Soveuibi r, 1103. Mr. White sold his
seat on the stud; e.xcnange tor wv.
Wllli'll VV,l ill llli'l unit- me .-. t"i .mui
bcrvhlp III speukllig of Hie iliange he ilci hired
that his day in the market was done
and as he hud "enough to keep his
family comfortable." he would not ilsk
any of It on tho turn of the "ticker."
After this Im routined himself wholly
Invemmclilii In the secuiities oi con-
Shaw bus been
I be prt sldi-ie v
cause of his i-ounei Hons wlt'i Markb-v
- Miller, lie vvas not uske.l to re
sign, but when It came tune to elect
a pnsldeiit or the bank yesterdav he
was merely dropped, with no notice
whatever, ami Wharton H. Harris vvas
elected president pro teni. until the
directors can hit upon some one bet
ter ntted to heal the institution.
Mt!. SUA W ItHM A INS A 1)1 RHCTOR.
For .some time It bus been a more
or less open secret that largo Inter
i.ts soin erneil were greatly disap
point d In Mt. Shaw, nnd It has also
been known Fiat Mr. Shaw did not
Inspiie ony great cinitldenec lu large
tinancinl uuarters here.
When Mr. Shaw came to the concern
it was believed by those who gave
him Hie position that he was a finan
cier of inre ability and that under his
management the First Mortgage Guar
antee Trust company would have
II- nild up with Markl. v & Miller
in in now detunct International Lumber
i Development conip.mj'. and a low
mouths ago he came into public atten
tion m i o.mectlon with certain tlnancing
of the Western Steel corporation. On ac
count of this latter Mr. snavv luceiveu
on August 1'!. 1111, TTi shares of tho
Lotiiniinv s stock, with l.o. shares moro
RANK l'AILKD TO CROW.
The fact that the bank fulled to grow.
soon .show.il that there was not the con
ltdence In the Institution that there should
be, fo the dlrcctots dcldcd that a
organization was necranaiy.
Tin- directors of the bank felt that since
Murkley K. Miller were under Indictment
witi. others tonneitcd with the Inter
national Lumber .v Development company
and since application had benn made to
tin murts for a receivership for their
ent.j prises, the tact that Mr. Shaw lirul.
although perhaps unvv Ittinglj-, been drawn
Into their schemes, It was proof that
he was not careful in Ids selection of
Ither busimss associates or Investments
ami sliownl that ho was nt thu le.tst too
It is alleged here that when Hie lum
ber company case comes to trial, It will
be louiul that It was the biggest fraud
of recent years, not excepting tho Storey
cotton case, and the connection that the
fuuner sciretary of the treasury b:i
with these men was sulficlent to rentier
his fin tlier connection with a staple
llnaiiclal institution Impossibb
Hint tin -ome
tin- T.ilt appointments cm hi
to go tinconllrmed. leaving lb
be f.lletl bv President it
The tarlrr heurltigs will i.i
to-morrow- by the wn- at
oriinilttee of tin- Hons, wite
iieiiltural schedule ope,, ,
.itioii. Th- hearings will . in
nv l with consideration of
iniulatrutlio feature or t
lave. The "money I rust ' r
in ne resiimetl W edn---'i i
Will bl- I'Olll-lll.led l.y u,.
u-i-ek. I'lirther import lit ,
ments are epteled luf,.-. tl
Itidluii atfiiirp committee t
when thu light l.t-twi n '
department, the t neb; s.- i
puny and deposed mom'-ers
Osugc Indian council is n n
i icmocrii t ic members m i i- wi ,
and means cominitt mt . hi.-
I'l esident-eler i Wilson rtsirvin th
late of the i onvettllic of t.e t
sion until the eumplieuti'i-i .r t io
vvorl; or rramlng the tentat e i v s
Kion legislation Is In siuht
' i s to
u.s n i 1
,1 1 .
i ,1 I
r t '
t'T i iv
Mr. Shaw was born lu .Morrlstowu, Vl
November 14'. Ifo was graduatcsl from
l ornell In li7l and from the Iowa Colic
of Law In 1S,i-. l or two terms ho was
governor of Ioh.i, froih ISPS to ISO" II
was secretary of Hu- treasury lu the
cabinet of rresldclit 1'oosevclt trom
l-ebritary I. P"L'. to Mirch I, 1H"7. In 1M7
1!is he vvas prt "Idem of the lll-btarretl
Carnegie Trust company of New York
NEWS TOLD IN BRIEF.
mil to ' I-
mission h.i.- I
Lti.-latin . .
ate a pu
I ilrecioi-s or t'.i. Frudt ir i
nico conipativ have tuRi
sti'ps to nuilualli.c tlie oln
a stock compan
In l'12 but on- miii' :
tons of coal mined was k
i alio wns ono to ltt.iJ".
Senator Core has introduced in pro
viding tor an increase In tho number oz
judges In the supreme court from tun to
11. Act of Congress Is suffb lent to pro
vide for the Increase
Senator Cummln.s of Imui win voduc
bill In Senate imposing a 10 per cent.
tax on all stocks sold on margin ana on
all slocks or commodities dealt in as
K.spoit.s of mcrchandlso from Nw York
for tlie vveel; ending January 11 worn $24,-
IWi.a.'., largest in history of tho port and
an Increase of 5b,jo,jsj over tlie sanio
period last year.
The average modern girl wi.. not b
man led to Hi man whose Income Is le.s
than Jlo.otV) a j ear. according tn a wnm3n
speaker before the New York Mothers'
Course S. Johns suggests to um Pulitzer
School of Journalism an exchanga ot
editors of London. New York, Pnrls nn'l
llerllu as a means of allaying friction be
Shelly R. llutchlnfon, ong.nator of tlltj
Hading stamp bu.slnes, has begun -ictlon
for an accounting of a.-sots of Sporrj'
.t llutcliinson purtneraliip. asserting thai
millions have been made from an 1 lvest
ment of !-',i.
:urvatlve dlv blond-pa lug cumpanlcs.
WAS FRIIJN'D OF RIIF.CIIL'R.
yi". White tool, up bl lesiilence hi
HioolvUli soon atlcr he lame to New
THU VALFi: OF ULl'FF.
In a close encounter during the Civil
War two soldiers, one from each arm
came face to face within short i tinge.
Kadi put up his gun ami tired, as
Mibseiiucutly appeared, bis last cur
trldge. Until missed. The bullet of otic
man burled Itself 111 a tree, ami the sho:
of the other passed through the, coat of
his enemy. Kach man, knowing his
anmiunltlon was gone, suppo-oil himself
to be at a disadvantage.
line of them made a gnat show of
reloading his gun. and stepping I'm
waul, demanded a surrender. Tho other
threw down his at ms with a groin,
"If I bud .inotluit- cartridge I would
nev er stu tender!" he exclaimed.
"Tliul's all right." calmly reinui ked
the captor, inarching off his prtMUict.
"If I had anolhet. you may he smv 1
shouldn't have asked you to sutieiiiler."
New Yoik Sun.
An extra largo bathtui'. -i lee loner
three feet wide and foil" fee' dc p. Is
being Installed In apartments in which
President Taft will live wh o r. loliit
the faculty of Yale.
Hcaiitlful luiini'ii .of New "V i ,r
found to lotiiorin to Hi- idi alf nf phy
sical pel Yi Hon of Hi- Ven s ' Mil
despite tin decluratlon of ' London impel
(iiivcrnor Shufioth and Charlus ri.
Tlumias have been elccti'd to the United
Stall's Seiiato In Colorado; Wllllum
Ablcii Smith is re.flectcijln M.chlg.in;
Wllllum 1-. Runih Is icelected In Idaho.
One publication ot u clarsllled nd
uttcu cnuujh-aud uftcu not uiouvlH
Hint, a oiing woman has bi . -i
th Rlltish metropolis vv'io suri
'enus dc Hroukljn
From llgureii compll d
iiirnlshed by W automo' i
I ill crs. It Is estimated I i 1
of Htitos In Fnlted St. ms m
U'lKll iii9.fl. Uglllllht Slil.i"i(l I'.I
Itailroad n 1 1 Im-" ' i
Jaiiuar 1 call toi over :'i
Ished .sliel protliicts. anil .nil
tracu are pending alhug '"
more, mont of which t -i mot
until tin- lliird or fouitb u'i
tileel aiithoiitlcH eslini.' t
i. lilt ol liiiiilucss pl.ti n ...
nion lliii .. be as great u in .
ISSi s ti1(
I' o it in
- - of On.
.1 il 'IO
.1. Iv r.'d
mean, smliy cold, with lioai
bic.uhltitc jimt the Mud tun 1 ins Ir.tt
bi onthllls or pneimionla. Doi.ttiitl. with
such ici'lous conditions hut take j olcv a
Homy aim Tur Compound promptly,
Quirk und beuutlclul results are just
what jolt can expect from til..- grra.'
medicine. Ii nouthcu und luab Hie in
fluiiud ui pasunoii. It stops tl, hoaiso
lacking lough. .1. A'. iiSnllnan, -4
( Jmuli till eel. adv.