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mrc nUTUTYOTOV FREE PKERS AN) TTVT.R: TTTUKSDAY. JAN I ARV 'S,i, 1113.
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House Unanimously Agrees That
Power Given Company Might
Create a Trust.
PUBLICITY BILL IS PASSED
Taxation Again Prominent
Amendments to the Babbitt
Measure Ordered to
Lie in Hons?.
Monlpe J. in
,,. in hi- f,it i '
M thH . It' ii "
h -tallied Iv th'
Hr.veiin.1 . l.'tcii. '
tn the (lemi.ii A"e'n- Compound has done for me. I have loN I , ; ..;.-1 1 , win cnlled up ly Mr. Barber
mil was unanimous lowed your directions as near as possi- i,.mi proposals of amendment were sub
House. The eto was i,ie an(j f00 Inucli better than I have nutted bv him.
In iKiai i to ii
l), 1 ml T
i rc In
. . o, t '
'oi t n 'id' II
.; i. amending the charier
r Ir'iank & l'o
i ,f the (invrrii" Hi '
uul i In oppo'-mmi to
I lilted States Hiipreme
sin rmnn law. Tin !m-
ti-n ir i. ' i i"i of trusts nnn mine
Ill? noslth n i, mi nnd clear In his 't"
ii,. m , I 1 1. ids ns follows:
I hav On b'inTi' to return hen wit, i
r, 1- it 'iv .ipprovnl House bill No. I'.Tl .
' V ,it to .invnil No. 416 of the acts ol
Hi rc.nitng to the charter of K. and I
lilinnit- ,v !'o.' for the reasons tlinl.
The efff't, If not the Intent of this lull,
m t i cri'ate a holdlnc company with, mi
limitation nnd to lecallzo u trust, n rc-ult
cot'tiai.v to the spirit nnd the letter i!
the lan b la'.d down In the deelons nr
t ie ' lilted Slates Supreme Court In tin
lc ent Northern Keeuiltles Co.'s cat..-,
too incrle;in Tohncco eompnn:' mid
Slundnrd Oil conpnuy case."
opi:ns tiik wav I'on wixiirni.v.
"It may V that the result Mr sired by
the advocates of this bill i .i mst nnd
leRal one hut it should be reached without
the Infringement of the law m i elation
to combination! of business. If tin Intent
were confined to the puiihasi holdlnt;
of the Mocks and I onds of the SI .lolins
nin Aauediict company, there nik-lit be
no objection but that compare h is been !
owned by K. & T. Kalrbnnks i- "'o. for t The mn imuortant chnnKe proposed Is
Borne time us shown by previous i barter the addition of a new section as fol
nmendnients. Hut the Kiant in tii s bill 1 lows:
1. extended by the broad wonN vr of j "All taxis Imposed by this act shall be
an., other corporation,' and those woids 'p.iid Into the treasuries of the lespeetlve
opi n the Held for the Investment in; town school districts, Incorporated school
other corporation- of any .oit, Pi any ' districts and school dlstilcts of tin
amount, and the creation of a monopoly r nrKiinized towns and nore whcieln the
Ii violation of the Sherman law and the same were af-sesi-ed, and shall be u-ed
best irtcrests of the State. ifor school purposes mid shall bu In lieu
It s true that amendments to the 'of the tax lequlred under section 1001 of
i ia t, r of this corporation have been the public stntutes. to the extent that It
liindc at rations time tenilitu; toward provides the amount of funds therein te
thls end hut thf grunts have bfen limited ipilred."
loth In scope nf the business to be en- A further provlblon Is that If there Is
Knged In and In the amounts to be Invest- an excess the surplus shall be paid into
ed. Without attacking the action taken the town tieasiuies.
by past IcKlMatures, It seems to me that ( All offsets are piopose' to be abolished.
Ibe time has come to caH a halt In the t The matter was considered for throe
1 minie'i !' such a policy which If car- hours In committee of the whole with Mr.
lien out wo'im oniv result in the estan-
lisMmr of i di.iiKeroit.s precedent and
K'cat npir' to the public "
NOT ONI. VOTIJ OI'I'OSKS VI. TO.
I in ii... u.is sent to the House, In
w 'i n t' 'in I'l'lulmited, nnd I'll mein
bi r iHd in -ii.-t.iln the Oovernur and
in ''i' voted in fawn of the 1,111. Mr.
( mi 1 ll,' i uininltlw. which considered
' a M' Martin of llennhilon and
t' I la iood "f Peru favored siipportlnu
t t (il,V 1111,!'
i '.i kli p
I idu Is
,i i .f or thi i
Oil- afternoon panted the
' ' .i bill i II. ivi.) Some
m r. i.ropoifed and debuted.
.- h i opposition to the bill
nmiple which ll embodies.
tl is ci.ntint.i' lo be Introduced In both
f -i" 'i., ,,riniiiK Into tho House to-day
i ll. ti'.inrnt nf the condition at the
r iii- W"iK will -how very little net
att o wi- .main proinlucnt in the
1 pro, ( i linw Tho
i " A i was 'ailed up in f.ie Ilouao
I' ifternoon bv Mr. Martin of llen
i i'ii who ..rreied the following
J ii ni inents
H m Hon l. line t, after the word
bunu-d, ' Insert "by a person, mutual
Hint's lank, m- a corporation nlt
i Ltfd In tl-it Stale other than a trust
eeor 1 V lii W section to bo num
bered ne'-II, in ' noil In i.iatl na r.il
lows. 'Section ? Suction 550 of the!,
public statute. 1s hereby amended so
is to read a- follows: '
uni; .- " .mi leouetion rroin
tin ,11'Prm I ..in- of personal prop-
"iv snail pi allowed for debts nwinB
io a pi r -oii, nun or corporation Wltn-
in or witnoi t hub state, unless such
t" rf-i nrn ,,r . .irporatlon s.mll on or'
ti fnrr tie rib .lay of January In the
l'i ' 1 whith the list Is made, (lie
i It li the 'dcri; of the town In which
thi i.'iviv ej- il 'lmliiK doduetion re-
i ,t it, n, i nt in wrltliiK verified
1 lath, -ittlei; forth tho nature and
5"t.' if sue'n indebtoJness. the
I n r i r t' - person, firm or rorpom
1 ri t who": such lnilrbtedneHS Is
r (1 t' n ' idence or principal plucn
t busnein .f each creditor, thin stub
' idi litednew whs honestly and un
r lltlonnlH nviiiK front said dubtor
t s nd rt'd'tnr on the llrst day of
h i la t mimed month, nnd that mine
i ' ul 1 Indebtedness is for propertN
n srnlces to be thereafter delivered
performed. Said written state
h i nt shall nlso ho verified by the ultl
(lavlt of the debtor, ami H'.iall be
P lina facie evidence n tho courts of
tliia State of the facts therein recited.
Tlio inventors- of such taxpayer Khali
i-ontaln the nmiien of such creditors
ml the amount still duo thereon and
,hat Mich debts wero not created for
'ho purpose of obtaining suca deduc
tion Amendment I. A new bcctlon to bo
li iinbered "four." and to icod as fol
lows' Sec i, No deduction shall be allowed
iiuulnst loss seveicd from the stump
rnwn In this Htnte."
Amendment fl. A new section to bo
numbered "three," una to read aa fol
ii'ws: Sci " In the ear ItdS, tho statement
irovnled In th" foreBolm; section may
' filed wltli the town clerk on or be
( the IB Hi day of April; and when so
d idiull, If otherwise In compliance
w til the foieRoInK section, have tho
lame force and effect iih If filed on or
' ' ro the 16th day of January In said
Ian' med ear
Amanrinumt L 11 v odilinu to Ilia title
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Vestwoocl, Mil. -"I am n fnrmer'a
wife and do most of my own work when
1 n m nine, i umi
nervous spoils, fe
male weakness ntul
down pains every
month. 1 lllso euf-
fored much with my
right side. The pailt
started in my back
nnd extended nround
my right side, nnd
the doctor told me it
was organic inflam
mation. I was sick every three weeks
nnd had to stay in bed from two to four
"It is with great pleasure I tell you
what Lydia E. .Pinkham's Vegetable.
what Lydia U,. ,1'inKnnm s vcgeuiuiu '
felt for years. When I wrote you be-
fore I w'as almost a wreck. You can ii'
publish this letter if you like. It may
help to strengthen the faith of some
poor suffering woman." Mrs. JOHN F.
IUcHAUDS, Westwood, Maryland.
Women who suffer from those dis
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should
not doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound to restore
1 f yon liuvo tlio sliRlitest doubfc
that Lvdiii H. Pinkham's Vcsela
M Coiiipoimd will help you.writof
to Lvdia lC.I'inkhamIedicineCo.
(coiilidcntial) Lynn,IIstss., fortid
vici'. Your l'tlr will bo opened,
read nnd tinswcred by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
in. iiillowmR 'and to amend section .Vi'i
n the iiiiblle uiatutes, relatlnK to debts
iiw Inp "
When thesi nun ndments had been pre
sented the bill was ordured to lb to
nllow lime ror tlieir consideration.
Ill the Sinate, II. Hi. the flat rate bill
was lulled up by Mr. Harber who of
fered firtei n proposals of amendments.
M"t of these aie technical and aro
Inti resti d only to make tho bill conform
to Hie j-rovlslons of the public statutes.
.McCucn In the ihnlr. Without leachliiK
any conclusion, the committee rose, re
ported progress nnd asked le.iv,. to sit
nRiiln nn Filday inorniim
OFFICIAL RECORD OF THE DAY
Tin1 eiinte was ailed to order by
In uten.iiit-yu , rim r and devotional
eri lses Hen unilin'teil bv Mr. I'ord,
chapKiin of Hi,. House
i;i;au tiiiiid timi: and passbh.
s. Hi' -Itelatlm; to ftunlshlm,- railroad
faieg to dl.schaiKed lonvicts.
PASSKl) IN CONCUItUKNCK.
H. ItelntiiiR to hlHhways.
SPHt'lAK OltDKIt, FUIIAY 10:30 A. M.
II 122. Hehulni: to election of road
l-r. -KelatloK i n i iiiiHervailoii eoin-
misnon, made a special older for this
afternoon on motion of A if. Mct'uen.
UISrONSIUUHKO. AMUNUHO AND
II. 27C.-ItelatlnK lo aiipolntment of nun-
residint exieuiois and adinlnlstratora.
TllIUO IIUAliINO OltlilCltUI),
n. i.i.-. licinuns; to accountH of town
' res"lullu" salary and de-
"tU'"s Kml " L'u'-'''1-
liOUSU nifiLS nKFICKIll'.M.
ij. i j. iieiatiip; to nominations and
, eieetionn To committee un Statu und lu-
austrlal inteiegis. .,
u. m. ro prevent pollution of waters
or the State, 'lo generul committee.
ADOPTKH IN roNOlTltitKNCi:.
Joint icnolutlon Krantlni: uso of P.ep
to Henry D. Oaven-
iiiinuiK 10 compensation of metM-nner
to ionves certificate of electoral vote to
l tilted .-dales district jwlne. Otdeifd to
Tiiinu Ki'jAuiNu oui)uui:u
11. :';3-lteliitliiK to fees of keepera of
II. X0 'J'o Incoijiurate ltaudolili Suv
Iiiki Hank .s; Trust company.
H. 417 To Incorporate Valley Saving
Hank & 1 rust company,
II. m-KelntliiB to village of Chester.
II. tTs-To pay .1. O. Mann.
II. 401 To enablu St. Albans to issue
At 11:5;', on motion of Mr. Sherwln, tho
SlliNCU 1IY TIIK HOVintNOR
S, CS All act lo nliieiiil tections 53BS and
CI71 of the iubllc statutes, lelatliiK to the
board of phmiuiicy
S. 120-An act to amend section tllDS of
tho public statutes, relutlm; to salarle
of the olllcers nf penal Institutions.
S. 11G--An act tu amend section G of No
iX of the acts ot Ml, entitled "An art to
Ii corporate the Newport" Center (traded
S. tOJ-Substltute bill for S. m. An act
to appropriate a certain sum for repalis,
Impioveinents and additional bulldliiB
lit the Vermont Industilal .school
S. IG" An act to authorize cities and In
corporated vlllnKCH to appropriate money
lor public p'ayKroitndH, and for lauds for
public leeieatlon purposes,
S. ltt. An act to amend section .",521 of
the public statutes, relating tn soldiers'
monuments and records
8 l"-: n .nt in Incorporate the West
look Cemetery association tit (lovur.
I "... ' 'jm. i I'i I
S jkrAii act relating to the taking of
land fur nimilripal urpisu.
a lfis An net to extend the time for
the performance of certain duties by the
commissioner of taxes.
S I". -To legtiluto the sulo und (lis
Iri'iiitlnli of electric rm ry, Mr.
Uuti'lielder moved mi amendment, which
IS in effect II substitute Mil, nnd the Mil
with pending iimendment was ordered to
lie nnd miide n special order for next
Tucduy nt 2:50 p. m. on motion of .Mr.
HliinchnVd of Orleans.
H. 15.- ('renting n commission of eun
k..ii iiiii.n it n,1 timkln.r un iinnrool latlon
t,,riin .mn.ge of llnod waters. Mr. Laird
I,,,,,,,,,,,,! the Mil us In tbu Interest of the
cm mirations Instead of the State,
' M, . ItnliMtt was strongly In favor of
Uiie 1II1. Mr. Trenton thought there wiih
i 'nek of Infornintlon on the subject,
' A communication rend from a com-
inlttee ot tin; ormolu nssocinuoii in
'.,n favoring tho project.
Mr. Johnson moved that to Rive mem
i t." an opportunity to Inform themselves
nn the subject, the Mil he made a special
.iidef for Wednesday morning, which was
COMMITTEE OK Till: WHOLE.
n. 574. Relating to taxation of personal
n motion oi mi-. iuciuen me Mctiate
("solved itself Into committee of the whole
Mccucn in the chair,
Vt r:10 the committee rou and reported
prom ess nnd ashed leave to sit nsaln Fri
Al r. : IS, on motion ot Mr. Pollard, the
Si n.ite adjourned-
The House was culled to order by the
-pinker. DeMjtUinal exercises wefc con
l n tul by the Itev. M. W. I'arinan,
, n 'plain of tie Senate.
The joint committee on insane made
ii'liort on the visitation to the Instltil-
ns at Waterbliry and Ilrnttleboi o. The
"iniiilttee complimented the one lit
iterbury but siiKKcsted another build-
iuu for emergency In case of an epidemic
mil Introduced a bill alom; that Hue, but
ild the new looms on the men's side
lould be larger. Itolatlm; to llrnttlelioio
the report was also complimentary, but
made nu siiKcestlons.
II r,UI. Ily the committee on aurl-
till in e, relatlm? to fiee passes. (ChanKes
resent law to include county UKrlcultural
nhiscrs uppolnted under authority of '.he
lilted States as exempt from the piovl-
siuns of the law and to whom pusses mnv
issued by railroads.) Head twice and
orib i ed to be printed.
li .leu. Hy House committee on up-
pioprlattons, sulistltute for House bills
: and 211. to provide appreciations lor
the I'lilverslty of Vermont nnd State
Rl'letdturnl college, adilltlonal lnstiue-
tiun and scholarships In Mlddlebury Col-
eue, and to repeat rertuin statutes relat
ing to scholnrshlp In Norwich I'ul-
veislty. Itead twice and oidered to lie
and be printed.
II. am;. Hy joint committee on Insane,
to authorize the trustees of the Vermont
hospltul for Hie insane to eicct and equip
bulldlims tu he used In connection with
mid hospital, and to appropriate a cer
tain stun therefor not to exceed f2-"i,nH
Head twice and ordered to lie nnd be
11. 7D1 Hj committee on municipal cor
porations, authorizing the Advent Church
society In Hlchford to dispose of Its In-
teiests In the Union Church property.
Head twice and ordered to lie and bo
II r.us !y the general committee, le-
lalliiK to the sale of Ice. (Prohibits sale
for domestic use If cut on streams or
onds where sew line Mows, or upon which
then- has 1 ii skiitluir, until such fact.-,
shall have been published in a newspaper
f Kenernl circulation in the locality
where such b e Is to be .sold. Penalty Slu
lor each offense.) Order, to lie ami be
TIlIItD ItKADINf! liFFl'SHD.
II. 4Sr. ItelatliiK to powers of selectmen
OUiiHHhl) Ycj r.TH.
II. 12" ItelatliiK to attendance on pub
lic school.s. (Adverse report.) On mo
tion of Mr. fiiccne of Weston ordered to
TlllliO HKADINC. HUFFSKI).
II. "'.I ItelatliiK to duties of innkeep
ers, i unimlttee recommended amend-
OP.UKItlOU TO I,1F.
11. i'C KeUtlUK to sale of commodi
ties, as amended. Mr. Locke of linrton
wanted the House to know how the mat
ter stood when It acted on the meas
ure. .Mr. I lulctt of Rutland oppo.-id the
bill. Mr. Mai tin of lieiinltiKton favored
the bill. Mr. Crosby or lirattleboro fa
vnii'il, Amendment of Mr. Stephens of
Hartford lost. On motion of Mr. Eaton
of Itojiilton ordered to lie.
MOTION TO JtF.r'ONSiniCIt OUDHUUI)
II. Ill An ad to prevent the pollution
of the streams of the State. Mr. Hap.
v;ood of Peru moved to reconsider the
bill, which passed the House yesterday,
that he inlKht further amend tho same.
Mr. Mcl'lellaii of Plymouth moved the
motion be oidered to lie, the bill belnir
in the h.inds of the Senate; carried, yeas
Km, nnys 71. Tho Senate was requested to
return the bill to the possession of the
House: yens V, nays 75.
II. &f.l Hy the committee on coipora
lions, to lucornorato the Western Ver
mont Telephone company of Pnwlet.
Itend twlco and ordered to He nnd be
II. 510 Ily the committee on military
nffulis, relatiiiK to tho duties of tho itiar-lermnstcr-Kcncral.
Directs him to make
provision lor tho caie and preservation
of property pertalnliiK to the Stuto nr
hciml at Monlpcller and State camp.
Kround near Fort Kthan Allen In town
uf Colchester. It.-.ld twlco and ordered to
lie and be printed.
On motion of Mr. Thomas of Sheldon,
the House adjourned at 12:05 o'clock
Mr. Gage of Weatheisflelil moved that
the House accede lo the request of the
Semite for a committee of conference on
House bill 112, relating to duties of rond
commissioner. Motion prevailed. Tho
chair appointed as committee on part of
the House, li". Gage of Weatherslleld
Mr. nieason of Richmond nnd Mr. Ward
II. 103. Relating to campaign expenses,
called up by Mr. Proctor, chairman ol
general committee. Mr. Hillings of Wood
stock moved to amend In section four by
striking out nil ot tnat section after
the wold "committee" In line nine Mr
Proctur objected to tlio umeudmmit, Mr.
nilllhKR spokci In sttppoit of hit ninond
l.ient. Mr. Cook of Lyndon uh-'c' tliat th
measure he niiulo Strom?. Mr. HapKood
of Pern supported orlKlnal bill.
Mr. KIlllliKS InterroRated Mr Proctor
whether the Htnte Is not rca'l.v for n
cnmpnlKn publicity law. Mr Proctor
asrecd that the Stilt- was tendy. Tho
IUIIIuks iimendment was ndopled. Mr.
'apfiood offered nn iimelidtuelit l" tho
effect that names of candidates not maK
ItiK repoit as required, be not nlloweil a
place on ballots, Amendment of Mr. Hup
itood was lost.
Mr, llulett of Hutland city wished tn
know If bill Intended lo prohibit nn In
dividual from spenkltiK In defense or
opposition to the principles of n political
paily. Mr. Proctor thought that wiih
the intention of the bill. Mr. Cook moved
lo .strike out words "or principle" In lino
eight of section four. The itncndinent
wn sustained. The amended bill passed.
It. .77.-To enlni-Ke power "f fir" dis
trict No. 1 In Dorset.
OHDKItKI) TO UK WITH PROPOSALS
S. 5b To exempt from taxation mouoy
loaned on leal estnte secuiltv. Called up
by Mr. Mm tin of HcnnlnKlon, who offer
ed following amendments nnd moved
that the bill he oidered to lie and that
the amendments bo printed In the
Mr. Jose of Johnson opposed amondliiK
the bill at this time thoiifth not prejudic
ed in the amendments'. It was voted
that the bill lie
HKFHSKD THIRD RI'.ADINti.
S. 72. PiovldliiK for llKht- on certain
vehicles. Culled up by Mr. Donnelly of
Versenties. Mr. Aldrlch mov d to amend
by mnklnc; the penally one Instead of
five dollars. Mr. Foole of Cornwall op
posed the bill. Mr. Aldrlch spoke In sup
port of the bill ntul his imciidment. Mr.
Ctosby supported measure. Mr. Chesley
of Sheffield favored bill. Mr. llowley of
lUirllnnlon favored the bill Aldrlch
amendment was adopted.
Mr. llulett offcicd an amendment that
the provisions of the law apply to ve
hicles drawn by unlmnls travelliiK "tas
ter than a walk." The amendment was
lost. Mr. Wells of Whiting opposed. Mr
Palmer ot Shelbunie moved to amend
by niakliu? Unlit visible H feet Instead
of 2jo leet. Mr. Vnrney opposed the bill.
Mr. Weld of llerkshlre tinted the Hoii.n
to ko slow. The Palmer amendment was
lost. Mr. Strong moved the previous
question, so voted. "No" KM, "yes" U2,
and the bill was refused a third reading.
Mr. Ryder of IlockliiKhain moved to
reconsider in order Hint the matter be
finally illspuosi of. It was so voted,
' VKTO IS SI'STAINKD.
The veto of House 1171, rolntliiK to the
K. and T. Fairbanks & Co., with the ob
jections of (loveinor Fletcher was read.
The speaker read the article of consti
tution relotlin; to the matter. The House
then proceeded to leconslder the bill as
uccordltu? to article. Mr. Cook of Lyn
don for the committee said the commit
tee did not see the hole found by the Gov
ernor. He believed the House .should ac
cept the action ot the Governor. Mr.
Martin of Hennington Hoped the House
would not again pass the bill over the I
Governor's veto.Mr. Hapgood approved ,
the act ot the Governor. On roll call the
vote was yeas none, nay I'd.
SKNATK PROPOSAL OF AMKND
MKNT CONCCRHKD IN.'
II. 1!5 Relating to peiblleis, was called
up by Mr. Wright of Hrandon. This bill
was ordered to lie some days ago on his
motion. Tile proposal of amendment on
the license fee was agreed to. The llon-e
refused to concur In the llr.-t proposal ot
11. 4'Xi Relating to State teacheis' le
H. 511 llv Mr. Heecher of Pawlet, an
net to plumule the poultry Interests ot
Vermont. Appmprlntcs $. annually, to
be divided among poultry associations of
the State which have existed at least
time years and own property allied at
J25U. To general committee.
II. M2 Hy the committee on claims, mi
net to pay William H. Jlnlo of NorthHeld
two hundred and sixty dollars fur serv
ices In making the physical examinations
reqitlied for recruits for the Vermont Na
tional Guard at NorthHeld, from May I,
If'Ol, to September 11, 1M7. Rend twice
mil oidered to He and be printed.
JOINT ItK.SOU'TION ADOPTKD.
Joint resolution relating to the
Panama exposition, adopted on part or
THIRD UKADING ORDKRKD.
12fi Relating tn the Walltngford
17ii Relating to Glastenburg
SPKCIAL OltDKR Huno A. M. TUKS-
ISIS Relating to Iiridge street in
RKCD.MMITTKD TO CO.M.MITTKK.
. ,S5 To amend chillier of Hel-
lows Falls ( anal company.
II, 470 Amending sections of public
statutes relating to commitments to
the Industrial school nnd housu ot
THIRD RKADING ORDF.RED.
II 27 Relating tn salniies of State's
attorneys. -Mr. llupgoou m iiu
asked what counties are affecte I.
Mr. Adams replied it affected Kssex
and Lamoille counties
H. 4Sn Relating to vlllngo oi l.ua-
S. 1711. AulhorUlnp: the Hurllngton
Traction Co. to take certain land and
e.iFeinents for the maintenance and serv
ice of a line for transmitting, distributing
and using electric power. Came up with
nn unfavorable report for third rcanim,.
Mr. Donnelly of Vergennes moved to re
commit the bill to committee on street
railways. Mr. Jose ot Johnson opposed
the recommitment: Mr. Foote of Corn
wall favoied the motion In the Interests
of a square deal, as did .Mr. Hluncnain
of West Windsor and Mr. Cook of Lyn
don. Mr. Ilewett of Rutlnnd city, chair
man of the committee, favored tho mo
tion and It wits carried.
SKNATK PROPOSAL OF AMKND
MKNT CONCURRKD IN"
II. 270.-llelatlng to the appointment ot
non-resident executors, administrators
THIRD RKADING ORDKHUD.
S. IW.-ltelutiiig to lorclgn iTcameiy
SKNATK HILL RKFKItHI-'1'
f. H'.i.-Relating to furnishing railway
fans to discharged ronvlcls. To Joint
commlltto op House of Correction.
THIRD RKADING RKFPSKO.
II r.i5.-llelntlng lo exemption from
JOINT RESOLUTION KILLKD.
Joint icsolutlnp authorizing Statu high
wnv commissioner to pnivlile for a
mrvey oi two pioposed trui.lv Hue Men
ways. (Reported adversely.)
CONFKUKNOH 11KPORT ADOPTKD.
If. 442. HelatltiB to the duties of road
THIRD RBADINCJ ORDKTtBD.
II. r.2. Itelnllni! to corrections In grand
lists, as amended.
On motion of Mr, Weld ot Merkshlre,
the House ndjotirned nt 6:57 'oclock.
SUES DEPUTY FOR $1,200.
Wilson Claims It In Full Settlement
fur DmiKlilcr'H Abduction.
Rutland. Jan. 17. A suit In assumpsit
was Hied to-day In Rutlnnd county court,
returnable nt the Mnrch term, In which
Fred C, Wilson, proprietor of the Hotel
Oxford In this city, seeks to recover ?1,200
from Deputy Sheriff David A. Rnrker of
Rutlnnd on the ground that while acting
In n lldiiclnry capacity for Mr, Wilson
the olllcer received money which he did
not turn over to the plaintiff. The suit
grows out of tho arrest of Attorney J,
Walter Lyons of this city at Albany,
N. Y., a few weeks ngo on the ground of
nbductlng Kvelyn, 17 years old daughter
of Mr. Wilson. Krnest II. O'ilrlen Is
counsel for the plaintiff. 11. L. Stafford
furnished bull for Mr. Marker when the
writ was served upon htm. No appearance
ns counsel for the tlefendant has yet been
Claim Is mnde by the plaintiff
(hat Mr. Haiker received from .Mr. Lyons
$5,5(10 to adjust mntters between Mr. Wll
sun and Mr. Lyons. The claim Is that Mr.
Itarker turned over to Mr. Wilson only
$l,5fli) nnd received from him $100 for his
The defense claims that Mr. Wilson had
told the olllcer to settle for any amount
All of the churches of Harre have united
In a proposal to form a working organiza
tion whoo purpose shall be tho bettering
of the city conditions.
The home of Charles T. Fairfield, editor
of the Rutland evening News, Is quaran
tined for smallpox. Whltcomb H. Falrlleld
Is 111 with what some physicians call
smnllpox and others chlrkenpox.
Fur the nrst 15 days of tho working of
the parcel post system In Rutland, In
coming packages number 1,709, the nu
thoiltle.s bundling In all 3.707.
Giovanni Gnstrn, aged 17 was terribly
Injured Wednesday. January 15 when a
blast exploded and rocks hit him jn th
Policeman R. C. Canty received ,a bite
on the hand the other dny In Rutland,
when Nelson O'CIalr fought like a wild
benst in resisting arrest on a charge of
Kiuello PortaluppI of Mlltord, N. II.,
foimeily a granite cutter of Haire, has
filed a claim for $25,0"0 for personal Injury
received when the Titanic went down
last April. He also asks $10,178 for a paint
ing lie was bringing to this country.
Presbyterian missions will receive
most of the $150,000 estate of the Itev.
W. W. Atterbury, who Is dead at Hen
nlngton. Company F of NorthHeld will bar
t,, ..turhov trot." "bunny hug" nnd
, . . .... , ,. lln:lcos lu,i.i ln lta
Kdwnrd K. Spinney, a laborer of St.
Johnsbtiry, has filed a petition ln bank
ruptcy, giving liabilities nf $115.75
and assets of $200, all nf which is
Thomas S. Salter, formerly a resi
dent of Rutland, died at Denvi r, Colo.
The remains were brought to Rutland
Daniel II. Randnll, a merchant nf
Hrownlngton, has Hied a petition ln
bankruptcy giving liabilities of $2,
014.50 nnd assets of $2,213. 4S, of which
$225 Is claimed exempt.
Clarence Aldrlch of Lyndon haw been
sentenced In Caledonia county court
to not less than one and one-half years
and not more than two years at Wind
sor for f orger.v .
The annual conference of the Cou
gregatlonallsts of the State will be
held May, 20 to 22 at the South Chinch
at St.. Johnsbtiry.
Hy, the will of Mrs. Abba Ing-nlls
the AlHjhodlst Church of Danville Will
get $200, the same amount going to
tlie Methodist Church at West Dan
A resolution endorsing John A.
Mead, former governor, for the orflco
of commander of the department of
Vermont, (1. A. R., was unanimously
passed by Roberts Post, G. A. It., In
Rutland Tuesday evening.
A rare instance ot longevity is found
In the family of which Mrs. KlUa
.Morse of West lirattleboro is tho last
survivor. Her father lived to bo S9
Mrs. Morse Is 90, and her four sisters
and brothers ranged in ngo from 90 to
riueeii siucnes wero required to
close a wound on the right leg of Miss
Lua lilggs of llaire Jan. 14 after
coasting accident. Jagged co caused
Hecauso Massachusetts and New
Hampshire require that Ave days shall
elapse between the application and
granting ot marriage license Prattle
lioro has hnd more marriages perform
ed this year than ever before. Of
them 22 wero where both parties
canici from out of town nnd 79 when
one was from out of the State.
DANCING SLIPPERS MIXED.
When the favors were drawn at the
leap-year dance of the Holiday club at
the mini hotel in Alton, New Year's evi
each of the 51 young women prubent was
asked to deposit her right slipper In a
The young men then drew them from
the basket after they had been well stir
red. After much difficulty the young
men matched the slippers by trying them
on and the dnnco started.
The trouble begnn yesterday morning
however, when it was discovered that
pulo yellow, light blue and white all look
alike under tho dnzzllng lights of tho
Many of the young ladles found they
hnd a pure white and a yellow or a light
iiiue nnd a white or yellow slipper, and
all dny tho maids and matrons of Alton
wero busy mntchlig slippers. St. Iouls
Senator Pryan was tnlklng In Jackson
villa about a tariff clnuse. "The advo
eaten of this clause." ho said, "pretend
io pny mo worklngmnu. Tho working
man muM suffer if tho clause falls, they
declare. They won't euffer themselvo-
they, nlns, will have to pass tho suffer'
ing on to tho worklngman.
"It's llko the young ladv to whom u
" 'Why are you so snd to-dnv. Mario?
" 'Our servant Is III,' Mnrle replied, and
tears, n.s slio spoke, welled up Into hor
eieai ees, "our servant Is III, nnd poor,
oeui mainma, alas, hus to do the wash.'
tr there a any quick way of finding a
buyer for that real estate, It's "tho want
Buy your printing at the successful shop.
It means you will receive
the best in
WORKMANSHIP For these are the qualifications that
MAKE the shop successful.
Free Pzess Printing Co.
rled Scrapple, Steamed Appb s.
Hot Hlscults or Steamed Rolls,
'rled Cotd Potatoes,
Haked Means, Brown Ulead,
Cranbetry Sauce or Jelly.
Sctapplc Is to Philadelphia, what baked
beans are to Uoston. Surely a first elnss
blessing and without disguise. It Is also
ns hash, In that it may bo nnd usually
Is somewhat mysterious as to Its composi
tion. It is composed llrst of talent and
good Judgment, and then add nlmoit any
kind of pork materlnl that you cannot
use for any other purpose so readily.
Like beans, scrapple has been slandered
In almost too many was as to recipes
nnd there are some who give beet as the
component of Philadelphia scrapple, but
they probably never ate It ln Philadel
phia. From personal and very pleasant
experience In eating this really line and
economical dish In Philadelphia cheap
restaurants, and In high priced hotels, I
have come to the conclusion that the
cheaper the restaurant the belter the
Huston at one time attempted to pre
pare scrapple of refined and Intellectual
mateilals and with a college education,
and to charge fancy pi Ices for the prod
uct, but It soon perished fiom the market.
ind now Hoston is supplied from Phila
delphia. May the good missionaries soon
go to Hoston nnd shed abroad enlighten
ment as to the true nnd only scrapple.
THIS SKKMS LI K K PHILADELPHIA
The following recipe n ems like the
genuine aitlele, and wltn a little ex
perience will ptoduce the right result.
Use liver, lit ad, feet and meat from
pork- which will not grind up well for
sausage. The head and feet both contain
considerable, of gelatine which Is a pro
nounced element ln the best of genuine
scrapple. Roll the meat until the bones
will easily separate from It.
Stmln the liquor from which the meat
waS taken after boiling and take all the
bones from the meat, after which gilnd
It rathei line. For every lxiund of meat
idd one tea-spoon of salt or more nnd a
salt spoon of pepper. To five pounds add
one teaspoon of sage and a tablespoon of
sweet marjoram. Return the ground meat.
to the liquor and bring to boll. Then add
com meal and buckwheat in equal parts
until It becomes a regular mush.
This should be well stirred while cook
Ing to pn vent burning and when dono
turn Into pans. Tho seasoning given
nbove Is too little, as I have tried and
Hnd the scrapple right In general appear
ance and taste, but not sufficiently sea
soned. The uullnary bread pan for brick
loaves and about three Indus deep or
more will give good slices. As seasoning
is all a mattir of taste, mid as the above
produced the exact appearance of tho
genuine ankle, this recipe Is given with i
tho warnlMg to iim' moro of the sen-on- j
mgs of all sorts.
Probably tin Intent was to use the
seasonings with lu-ad stock nnd feet pre
dominating, weighing with all bone iuuI
waste counted, m which case the" amount
would he a.- iiinutalii as the percentage
of waste in the stock used. Gross weight
of raw stock, including bone, would piob
nbly be cne-hnlf or more greater than thu
net weight That amount of Increased
bonsorlng would have mado the nut
weight safe to use as a standard.
The stock available varies so much that
wo will do well to experiment In order
to strike just tho seasorilng desired by
our own tnmlly, and to base our season
ing on the net weight. Tho amount of
wnter which will be readily converted Into
Jelly as It cooks will nlso vary according
Ir the kind of stock used and that will
make a difference In the amount of meal
and biickw licit needed,
To one well-beaten egg add one cuptul
of s igar, one-half cupful of cream, ono
and one-half cupfulu of sour ndlk ntul
one rounding teaspoon of rutin dissolved
In n little warm water. Uratu In half a
nutmeg, mix In Hour enough to make u
soft dough and cut lu bars mi inch wide
and linlf an Inch thick. Twist them in
fanciful shapes and fry in hot fat.
FOUR KGG SPONGE CAKE.
Four eggs, olio nnd one-lialf cups white
sugar, two cups Hour, one-hnlf cup water,
oni -hnlf teaspoon soda, ono teaspoon
crennt tartar, flavor to taste, Heat the
whites to a stiff froth, beat tiho yolks and
add the sugar gradually. Heat, then .ulii
beaten whiles, bent a minute or two,
dissolve soda In tho water, sift cream
tartar in tlio flour, Stir nil together, Mnko
one largo or two small loaves. Nice for
Jelly roll poked thin and spread with
jell. It never falls and never falls.
IP Till! HAI1Y IS CIPrTINO TKCYll
bo sure nnd use that old and well-triad
remedy, Airs. Wlnslow's Soothing Sy
rup, for children toothing, it soothes
the child, softens the sums, allays all
Ipntn, cures wind colic und Is the best
remedy for Diarrhoea. TweDty-Uvt
cabIh a bottU.
Corned llcef (Flreless Cook, r )
Potatoes, Squash or 1 i .
Apple Meringue with Custard Sauce,
Or, If preferred, Apple pudding and
Tea or Coffee
Raked Sweet Apples and Milk,
Soda Crackers or Bread.
Buckwheat Cakes, Syrup,
Cold Sliced Corned Beef,
Brown Bread, Stewed Tomatoes.
Boiled Potatoes, Puddln?
CORNED BEEF IN FIRELEfiS
There aro many tireless cookers mad
with skill and also provided with vary
ing outfits. Those having tho soapstonu.
discs to retain heat aro naturally thu
ones which will apply moro of heat to tho
cooKing as tne neat is stored in tne aiscs.
In addition to that stored In tho water
In which the corned beef Is boiled.
For simply a hay box or a wooden box
packed with hay and an asbestos card
board circle to hold tho rest In shapo
It will be necessary to boll the moat much
longer than If you also heat one or two
discs and place them, one In tho bottom
nnd another at the top of tho kettle. For
an ordinary homemade flrelea cooker It
Is necessary to boll the meat about two
hours, more or less, according to the size
ot the piece nnd the efficiency of thu
heat retention, as well as the amount
of water you have boiled to store thn
With the best disc outfit a less tima
Is of course, sufficient. The advantage ot
the flreless cooker is that tho slow cook
ing nut only gives tenderer meat, but also
tho flavor Is preserved and the heat la
just right when it is taken out to serve
This also allows tho work In tho bolllntf
of tho corned beef to all bo dono tha
night before. The fat can bo skimmed
off sufficiently before removing from tha
lire and the meat, still boiling ln tho
kettle set Into the flreless cooker, covered
out left for Sunday.
In this method It Is necessary to conk
the vegetables "separately or, nt least
moro convenient to do so usually.
MRS. LINCOLN'S BOILED DINNER,
Tho following is from Mrs. Mary J.
Lincoln, nnd for practical convenience Is
the best, where no tireless cooker of any
kind Is available.
"This substantial dish Is not often
seived on Sunday, but a convenient dl-h
to have then, as it may be part'y r
pared on Saturday, and will usually u f
through Monday. It Is always bette -
boll the beef long enough before n tn
tifolu one to remove the fat from Uo
liquor, before cooking the vegetabii s
"Beets should be boiled alone and c -b-bage
Is much more digestible It buhed
in clear water uncovered. A cinvnk t
way to plan it for a Sunday dinner Is
to boll the corned teef on Saturday and
press it. Then simply sll. e it if ''ked
cold, or If you prefer It hot, steam it,
whole over the bolllrg vegetables, or
warm the slices slightly In a hot fnlng
"Cook the cabbage and beets nlso on
Saturday, and avoid lilllng the houso with
odors. Servo tho beets cold with vinegar,
warm the c abbage ln a little water, drain
and season on Sunday. Then you havo
only the potatoes, carrots and turnips to
boll on Sunday, Cook them In tho strained
"On Monday you may servo all that
Is left as a salad; and with the hot toma
to soup and steaming bread pudding. It
will be nn easy dinner for washing day.
"Then there will probablj stlU be some
thing loft for vegetable hash for Monday
night and a corn beef hash later In tha
Make n sauce with one rounding table
spoon each of flour and butter and on
cup of hot milk; cook five minutes, add
n saltspoon of salt and a few grains of
pepper. Now add ono cup of cheeso cut
In small pieces nnd n.s soon as It melts
turn over slices of toasted bread and
serve at once. A. E. W.
Core nnd paio tho npples und lay them
In n backing dish, III! the cuvltles with
sugur, n few drops of lemon Juice and a
little grated rind. Add a llttlo water and
bake cuiefully until tender Then cover
with a merlngtio mndo with tho whites
of tluee eggs for six or seven apples,
and three tablespoons of powdered sugar.
Blown It slightly and serve with a sauca
mnde of the yolks of the eggs, thre
tablespoons susnr and onii pint milk anct
conk like soft eiiBtnrd. This may b
urvtd hot or cold. Mary J, Liuuoln.