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rilK HI ll,IN(ITO Mfl-T I'l.TSS l) MM A! IN TIII'UHOU , I'MIHKTA UX 27, 1!)K!.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Cnnilniird from tinKo !.)
nt tlio homo of Mr. F.stello (Ulson, be
fore returning to Rochester, Phillip
Jotvr-H held an auction sutn of horses and
.leliths nnd numerous other articles In
the yard of The Wiuhhurn Tuesday.
Mr?. 31 T, Holbrook moved from tlio
1'ilest house on Randolph avenue to her
house on Central strict Tuesday. A
meeting of the Christian llrolherhood
was held In the parish house Monday
lilltht with iim attendance of nbotit 150,
with 120 members mill .10 boys from the
"(nunc Men's Hrotherhood. FoIIowIiik the
Hipper, served lit seven o'clock, Stanley
Ji I'cntiocK or Harvard College cave
u talk In which football was the mnlii
subject In two weeks, will bo the "KUcst
nlKht" for tho year, nnd the local spink
fry will treat the sublet -'The (loats at
Flaw" Mr. ,1, v:. McCnll, who has been
with Mrs. I'. A. Knton for 1" dnys. lefl
Tut'sdny for New York Miss Kathleen
Illxby went to Rethel .Monday for sev
eral days with Mts. II. R. (ionH. The
call to the parents of this town lo meet
the teachers In the hlith school bulldlni;
for a meetlnR 1'rlday nlttht was attendtd
by about 7G, who formed an t,s.oi-lutlou
with r9 mc.mborii The officers and com
mittees for the year were clcited: Presi
dent. C .T. Stoekwoll; vice-president, Mrs.
xi. A. RubsIow: secretary, Krnest llatrh;
educational committee. O. .1. Marcott.
M.ss Uertbu Manncj . Mrs. A. M.
Vauslian, school Improvement eommlttee,
Mrs, Mabel Adams, Pr If. W. Hidden.
( C Gilford. Mrs. J. 11. Adams. Dr. (i.
"W Seott i eclat committee, I)i K. n.
Rlanchartl, Mrs. A. K. Rass, Hrnest
Hatch, M,ss -May K Howe; press coni-i
ivlttoc. .T. 13. Adams, Miss K. J. Clark,
Miss Jonnle Stewart, kRlsl.itlv mmlt-
ts, Dr . Malley, Dr. L. A. l'.usslow,
John C Sneil'irne; membership eommlt
tee, n II Black. Mrs. JI. T. Johnson.
Mr". 1' P. I-amson; t xccutlvci committee,
'he pupldotU, vice-president, seerctarj
and halrmar of the several committees,
'rbe object of the society Is to brinK
teachers Jind rirents Into a closer rrta
tlon. The mill: route if Mr. linker,
formerly owned by .1. W. Curran. has
Viecn cold to Ocorn-o Mudgett, who will
soon take i orsc ssion. Gladys Haymond
if Rralntree. who has been with Mrs. It.
.r, Labounty for several days, returned
Monday to her home.
Mm R. M Chase or lethel was in
town "Wednesday. Th" senior class of
the Randolph hlirh school pave a plav.
The Cool Colletnns," In the assembly
nail of the bulldlnc before a proed-slzcd
audience Tuesday nlchl. It Is thoudit
they will realize about $o Mis. o. 1'.
Northrop Is i iitertalnlnc Mri I'hnKiiou,
her sister. Miss Kdnn Fairbanks, who
i ame. from Newport, N. H l"-t week
m be th truest of Mrs. .T. It. Wells and
Mis. V. C. Kniersnu, wi lit to Richmond
Wednesday to visit Mrs. Krnest Fish
News lias leen received of the death of
Mrs. Frank Phillips of Northfleld, who
has manv friends here. Mrs. Phillips was
the nioee of I,ucius 'Wttbb and is survived
bv her hush.md nnd two children. Mr
P H Chase and ton leit Tuusdav lor
a few dnys in AVaterbury. Mrs W S
Smlthers entertained the Silver Cross
Circle of Kinis Daughters Tuesday.
Mrs. Curtis of Itethel was In town Wed
nesday to visit her son, who Is In the
sanitarium recovering from an operation.
He expects to be able to leuve the in
stitution In anuther week. M.-s. Ann
Moulton Is passing several weeks with
her brother, Silas Ohajlwlck, ami his
daughter, Mrs. Lucius Ooodhcart. The
liuHon of the Federated Church will serve
a boiled dinner and bash supper In the
vestry or tho Baptist Church Tuesday,
March 1. The Hew I.. O. Sherburne of
Darlington will preach at th.' Federated
Church Sunday morning, and It Is ex
pected that a supply will be pi in ured
for the luiliiit each we. k till a tegular
pastor is secured.
wife Is surMved hi two daughters. Mrs
Alice Pago of Lowell, Mass., Mrs. Oeorgt
OnlliiKher of this town, antl sK sons,
Chntles and Levi of Rutland. Phllbert
and Peter, Jr., of Rioold.vn, N. Nelm'ji
of Lowell, Mttss., anil Maisliall, with
whom he Iked. The fiinei il will I'"
at ten o'clock Friday mornlni; nt ,
Mary's C.ttliolle Cliureh.-Mrs. Fannie II. ,
Parmelee will entertain a law nurnliet
of friends lo-tuoriow evenltu? with i a i
lanclnK party at the Iiiaimnu
Henry Family Thealie company will pro
sent "The Shadow of Satan" at th low"
hall Saturday evetilm;.
The men of the CoiiH-icButiounl t hureh
y.. ..rrimciiiL- for ii rtunm.w sale to
be held Tuesday. March ll.-llarry ltrown
has mined his fumlb rrom Hie house ill 1
K'lmbetlay's mill to Fssex .luiielluli. Mrs. I
Hiii.vm'h father, Chailes Wheeler, iiceom-
p.inlcil them. Mlx lieitha l.eiuli Is spend
Iiir a few da.ss In Ihirlltitstnti, where
her slstr, Miss lltliel l.eneh, iindeiw, nt
an operation foi appcndl Ills Tuesday
at tlie Maiy Flelelier Hospital Philip
Wfillao. who hii" beiii In town lor a
few days, went to PlnttsbtirKh, N. 1 .,
.vesterda.N .- K I' Hyde leturned Ttles
laj. to Sprinnlleltl, Mass. Alice Itlehard
son of Mlihllehury Is lsitliiK Mrs. Mary
I'aiber on lllver street. Mrs. Henry
Wnid of Shoreliain Ci titer spent Monday
In town. Luclan F. Nichols Is eonlllud
lo the house with an attack of Klip.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. It. Chassaud of llrooklyn,
N Y., who have been In town for a few
days, have returned, accompanied by Mrs.
Maty llralneid, who has been 111 lor s v
eral month" at the home nt Mr. and
.Mis llov Wells.
Sundav will be "Temperance Sunday'
ill Uenson and union services will be held.
1't the tii"riiine tin Rev. Mr. Hall Melhn-
llst Kplscopal pastor, will talk on temper-aiic-
at the M thoillst Church, and In lie
evi nl lit; tile people will assemble In tile
hall when the Rev. Chailes K. Haywaid
will address them on "Social Service "
Rival II. Wilcox Is the successful bidder
for the Ib-nson-Fnlr Haven stimc imiti
ami .lolni II. Strom; for the i-oute fioin
here to Hetisnn l.andlni:. Mlv Lou ttetta
Wlleox of Hutland came to llenson Sat
urday to visit her paieiits, Mr. and Mrs
M i: Wilcox. -H. II SlHttnan Is ill with
the s,rip -Wllliani Fowler broke his li
Wcdni sday when at work helpliu' t'i
press ha - Friday nlch' "The Countrv
Doctor." a four act comedy, was plven
at the bull by the youm; people of 'he
Fair Haven hlKh school. The ladles
changed their Washington blithdio sup
per from Saturday iiIkIU to 1'rlday so a-
remain In the State (wo or lime weeks.
A ontlnued lienrlmt wits held yester
day befotu I,. C Mood.v us niiKler on
the vaiiotts elalini In llu in elvcishlp
of the Ilutns Wiirn i Iliimlltoii coin
p.iuy or N ittlilleld, ol vliicb F. J. Havls
of West I'.eillo Is ivcilvir. A tiumli"r of
clalnm which were In tpictloti were pass
ed .ill. The claims nil tolu amount to
.'.aw,0. J. 11. S'-nler t.ppeaud lor the le
eelter. p. A. Hoar nppoared Irr Mr.
Wllfote. Theie me other attoine.1 111 tho
ease but thej lnmle no apiieaintice iw
theli claims hae all. ady bei u dlspoled
of. S. p. Rent in, 1 1 out the olflce of the
Voiinoht Miirbb ' unpany at l'rocl u, wan
called 'for ndvlee In ailjustlni; the ilntini.
Pan wi-, v,r ,, Mrs L' 1
ri tillueil Mdiida.v -Miss Luc;
lo Moiilp! Her Sitiiidav t"
Waahluutoii iiamaut at IIh
iiin'oodate the playm" t s
Tin Woman's AuxMllary met with .Mis
J. i '. It, t nor Wi dm mI.iv arieriioon.
('leorKe I'orstu.- lias moved to I'.r.indon.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I'.d
wani Rlennl Febtuar y. The lleiirv
Fnmil Theatrical lolllpan were at Si
Monica' hall We ilnod.iv and Thursiiav
evi nlnBH - Tile 1.' nt en eottim- service was
heli at i: K I '.utloW's W.dnewda.' , veii-
I tiiuuths old datmhti r oi .Mi. and
Fred Conant, was liadly burned
Wcidnesday, Feb, I1' and died a lew
ours later as a r, suit of the Injuries
Jlio child had been bit in the care eif
it irr chlldicn of the family while Mrs.
onant stepped out to one of the nt lab
our's To amuse theni-i hen they iiesT.in
iiuriilm; olncc-i of paper In the Move and
in Horn i way the baby's clothlne; ;,iUKht
l it. She was taken to the Proctor lios.pl
t.d, where she dlrd. The body was
irowrht homo on the evening tialn and
t k funeral wan heh! :t 1 :80 o'elocl; l'"riday
Afternoon, the Rev. It. N. Washbuine
offiejatlnt? IJurial wns !n the I 'liictery
j Mis. H. II. WiJkcr. who h.o: been spciul
int; several veeks wrllh nor parents, Mr
and Mrs. Frank Chandler, at Silver l.al.c
naa rituined to New Vork.- .l. ):. S'ood
I'iff of lturllnston spent Saturday tu
luwn. Mrr. Hmina Junu bus Kline to
Sprlngmdd, Mass., whom she will spend
nv.ral days.-MU.-s Daisy Gojftey. v,bo
ha been at home for e Itw weeks iv
eovtrlijji from an ittrnk of pneumonia,
lias so far recovered as to return to her
studies in Middle!. ury Collen...-Mrs. Alice
.SpniKUU eiitertalnro a number el' lriends
balurday eveniim' at .l dinner party.
Muscunto's Uiiusiini orclieslra, which ap
peared Saturday eveninr. at the town hall
at the last entertainment in the winter's
lecture eourse, (tave i tree conceit In
the ContrreKationul chapel Sunday even
inK. Tho Rev. R. tl. Wnshburne of the
Methodist Church preached at the Hap
list Church Sunday mornlnK in exchange
with the Re. C. . Turner. M'.s, Wilbur
Slsco, who has been 111 with pneumonia
lor several weeks, is analn able to lio
about the house. Miss Cthi 1 liicli went
Monday to the M.u Fieliher hospital
III IJiirllnuton, when- she will undergo
u operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Marv
Sla-soii went to Mlddleliury .Mon
d iy.- Pcni v If. Washhiirn of New
vnrl, X. II., Ik in town. -Harold McDon
aid, who w.i- operatMl upon a lew weeks
epo for n" nillcltls al Hie home of his
.ter Mr-1 William I'llllns. Iiur. I.een
ink ti i i hi - In nie In
Hid Mr 1. II. Wouilv .
t If ill lowi
Anion? the aitlcb - ir
the annual town lu'etlm; are the follow
Inc: To see If the town will vote to In
struct the selectmen tiopicsti ntlim the
town) to participate In the foithcomhiK
memorial exercise? In leliAirntlni; the
100th anniversary of the birth ol Stephen
Do 'lus, who was born In lirandon
pr I 13, lMu, and to see If tho town will
vole to appiopilito money for the proper
iriDservance of the occasion and lo aid In
efrayim; the expense of a memorial tab.
lit I eter Phillips died Tuesday eveiililK
t i r ' ' lock at the home of his son,
M,ir.-hall Phillips, in the AValsh district.
Mr I'lillliot sulleied a shock Tiicsda
villi" e t n the woods some distance
from tll house. He left home about ten
o'elot k to iff I a. load of wood and 'not re
t irniiiR for dinner his ilauitliter-ln-law
sfirted tut to find him About two
o'clock she discovered him lylns upon a
bct of Ice in an unsonaclouj condition.
f was tnken to 1-.1 son's horns, but
r - v re I iii Ii, i tu. n Mi PI-1:
I l ui . , - t , i ; ..
u.cesstully ptcsentol by the.
students of Monlptller Seminal y Friday
nUht. Tr.e pageant was a seminary protl
uct in it Inception, composition, staa
lim and piesentalion. The H episodes wipe
written by the students, based on the
historical facts ol the time. Anion;; tlm
episfidi s the portrayal of tlio stirvt.iltiK
In which t lie futuie ol WashiiiKton Is told
by a s psy Klrl was exceptionally sood,
as was also the miikIiik of the eplsiule
ii 1 1 si mills, "Wlnti r In Valley Fume"
"The Spinning Match" g.ivi a realistic
staitliiK of colonial dometc lite
H-iteelnl mention slioula be made ol the,
. . ell. nl characterizalliiii of Washington
I ' 1 '1 oi'.-.-sol Mci'iilliini and also Flank
In mil. k as l.afayitle. l-.'rlishire Jetlord-.
as Samuel Adams, Franklin Dwlncll ai
Joi i' Adams and Miss Kar'a Simpson .is
Ithaooil Tliotnas, who has been Hi poor
htaltli t'ol .Neai'S, died at his hiillio on
Sen iihlc hill In l)ii.bnr Tluirsihiv tnuiii
lm:, tlie eiiuse of Ids death helm; cancer
of the luce. He was ii" years of awe and
Is silivlved bv bis wife and tlnee chll
tlleli. Mis. Veiona Tlniinas, Mrs. (leoiKe
'iinaiit and Wilder Thntn.is all of Dux
1'i.i.N. The funeiiil was held rroiii ills
home Satiuda.v at li::t" v ttli burin' In
Duxbuiy I'orner enietirv.
-A number of sore arms fiom miiiIii.i
llon in t- the only results thus far rrom
tin- smallpox at South Duxbuiy. A teach
er's examination will be conducted at the
llhtur.t In this village Thtiisday and Fit-day.-W.
11. Herdiui nnd V. C. Luce nie
oil a Westelli ttip. Rccmtlv elected ottl
t ers of the Ladles' Mil ol' the Methodist
Church ar : President. Mrs. F. L. Luton,
tllsl Vil e-pli sldellt. Mrs. II. Ii. Lense;
s. iiind vlco-.iel b ut, Mrs. W. .1. lloyce;
seciclaiy. Mi". !; '' loslyn: treasurer.
Mrs. T. C Lamb.
The deatli MPlard StfTiiahan. .Ii
oiciirreil aboii- noon Molidav, Millard
tin- sivenili iblld of Mlll-ird and Snsnn
(dteuory) Slriitiriimii. me burn In tlii.
lown 'JI years nun. Of i wlnnlni; dls
posltliin. lie lnmle many friends nnd even
throiitth his Illness he inalntaltieil re
nirnknhle ehe.-rfnlni ss tuid iniiraK". After
nttenilliiu tin- Walerbnry hluli ehoo he
wn uradiM.ed fiom the huslness course
at Moiiliiellei Seinlmirv and 'he net
year cee ed the position of p.-:'ic'"il
jof the j-chool nt F.asl liai'ie. Successful
In his work, lie was i blitted to reslmi
'on nccouiit of poor health and his tlitbt
jiHiillist tubercular trouble be -an. Last
'semtnet he Improved nnd came home from
camp much lie'ter. but of 'ate It wis
seen thnt his eoliillllon was more un
favorable. Death entne suddenly Mr.
Strannhri'i Is survived bv his parents, one
brother and two .-Isters. Mis. Arthur
Lyons if Wiiterbtiry Center, -Harold
Kiranali. u o'' Montpelter. and Miss
Hliiuchc Strnnahun. a teacher In Rriiil-foril.-The
funern! of Ichabctl Thomas
mis lield from his home Saturday after
noon I'.ldei ileum Tuber of Morrlsvlile
It'. 'la In'.. Vie bearers .Vere Chailes
Thomas of Keene. lleiirv Farnswor.h.
Li slle and Alba Durkee of Duxburv.
Tli,. Iiuiial was in the Duxbury Conn f
. . nietery. The teachers' examinations
will be conducted In Wuitslield us well
I- in this place Thursday and Friday.
Ibc funoral of Wlllanl Strannhrtii. Jr..
v ill be neld nt his late home th's ntter
ii. urn at twi. o'cloik. Harolel Stiui.ahnn
,.f Monlpelbr r.nd Miss nian.be Strana
'mm ol ilrndtotd ,'H llel't eall.-l ' 111"
n .. h. The Ladbs' Fiiioo nut 't'uesda.v
Willi Mis. F. I.. Kiilfiht. Mrs. C. C.
nraves Is slightly iin;n o ed. Mrs. .Nellie
'Chase Is sultcrlm; fiom an attack of
bioiK liltls. Mrs. Janus Crossett Is some
nbit better. M. J. Moloney, who has
b. iii i ontlncd to the Imusi with Hie
mump, is able lo resume work al his
shi.i on Main strict. A number of the
stud, nth In the s. liom ir nan. d to
their homes by the uri li
Tin funeiiil .1 Mlllird Stranahan. Jr..
was lield at tile home of ills parents on
Main street Vestenlav nfte I utmii al two
o'eloi k. The Rev. W. I.. Iloieoiirt of
i d. The bearers were Harold At
1... . iltiv lllakely, Leon Shelilon, Fail
Kv.iii.- and Mix Aytrs of this town and
Mrs. Newliall of ll.nre. lluilal was In
tlie fiinilv lot In tlie village ceiiietcr'-
Si minim.- Tlie vouiir fib nd" "' M"w
Mildred Small, v KUVe hei i pb l""nl H"r"
prise party Friday evenlm-. d ""r
ISIb bli'llida.v..-Alviih Newli.'H was ur
ptlted Filday, his 21st bilH'dajt "' ll
Kallierilm or 1,1s y in ft-U U'IJ R'
liients were served. The nt't talnu'ent
Klvui liy the Rebekiih tbib of Waltslleld
Wnlnesdav ev, obm u-in in mlv attelal'"'.
t...i. i',,,.i ii.u.... Miion HarrlK and of
Ryland Tasey, all or .MniiH't Her, Kpenl
Sundav Willi di-ln Itlll. al hi" home.
Miss Rlloibl Pnrrv lu collllll I"11'"
her woik in Rhode Island tu t rtlM,
Joins mil Ml-- Mai
weiv married W. .lnesilii.v
Wllllini Mm-, na-tor
I. mi ( .
Metbodlsl Klseopal Cbuieh of Moiupciiei.
-Cbt-ter M. I i.iii.i Is III Willi piu-otnotilu.
-Mm. V. H. tirlffltb died Saturday nlglH
after a Ioiik and painful illness caiisetl
lioin lancer of ihe tmit.iv !llf' ,s '"lr"
vhetl bv Inr hnslmnd nnu "" adopled
son, .Hums Nelll. Funeral services were
held from Inr lute honu Tiiesdsy. Mr.
ami Mis. JoIiii Fulton of W. Lebanon nro
the parent" ol" a son. bum recently. Mr.
Fuller was Miss Addle Freeman. -James
Rnlnl died Monday nlfiht from the eCreels
of a shock. -Itawnond lialul of West
Lilunon was i. tiled to town Wednesday
nlRiit by the tit nth of bis irinndfatlier,
Leslie Damns of Wuitslield was In town
'IHiesdiiy. News has been received of tile
iniiriliiL-e ol' (lair Ward and Mist illadla
Still on tin- Juth at Is is AiikcIcS. c,u.
Mi. Waul Is the youtigist -on of Mr. and
Mis. II. ". Ward of this place. Those
who attended Mrs. Vernon (lilllcth's fu
neial in Waltsli.-lil Tticsdnv were Mr. and
.Mrs. Fred Hunt. Mr. nnd .Mts. C.uy Hunt.
Mr nnd Mrs William Fisher and MIsh
Hosle Hritee. Charles Hurdle has the
Tin- piojcc for a third theatre In Rut-
lland has itdlapsed. accordlnp; to (leorfte
'I'. CluilTee. who owns the site of the
Tlie City Hank & Trust company or
Raire has been Incorporated with a
cnplttil stock of liUDO. (Jiuanl.atloii in 1st
take place wlthlti two yeuis.
Tho old llatuiiiet House at Rutland
may be opened uirnlti under tho name
llolol Hamilton. Improvements
lire lo be made on a liil'Ko scale.
While enlliiB an ovster slew at the
Itai re ('Ity I Intel Tllesda) , lltlwillil 1''. Fat
I'lllKtoil folltnl n penrl the nlxe of a shoe
button. 11 wllsteus with the brilliancy of
Aftel IIkIiiIiik a tin III Hie furnace Fred
1). Hecl.by of Rarre tossed Hie match
over ids shoulders, stnitliiB a lire that
neighbors had to light streiiuousli to
The body of the unknown man found
at Mellows Fulls has been Identified as
thai or Ccoi'Kc R. Robbilis of Wwport,
N. H. 'In had lived at Hollows Falls
-0 years ntyn.
lilwnrd II. Smith or SprlnRtield, iW
laborer, bus lllfl " petltlun In bank
riltcy Btvlni; liabilities of .Vll.i and
assets' of , of which tl.Vi Is claimed
Dynamite had to be used Saturday to
clear away a bad Ice Jam at tho railroad
station at Walllmtford, tlm track hnv
Iiik been Hooded by an overilow from
While walkliip; on the Ice of Lake
Homosoen the other ovenlni? (!- 1J
Graham ntepped Into the place where
lee had been cut. Companions mali
iiKtd K"t 1111,1 "ut'
The l'unenil of John Ilartwell, III'' old
est person ol Cavendish, was held Mon
dm. Ho was born antl lived on the farm
Which hid been ill the fnnilly for nearly
j oO years. He was Wi yen in old.
i ivtion be sllimed and fell Laurie S".if-
NEW KOI POLICE FRIEDMANN TO FIT
HUSH BURGLARIES UP ft LABORATORY
More Than 3C0 since January 1
lnsurancc Companies, Tired
of Secrecy, Give List.
Wishes First to Treat 50 or More
Children with Tubercular
New Yolk, Feb. "(',. Mole limn three
' limnlioil npni tmonls and residences lu
Manhattan liuve been robbed Hlnee
January I, accordlui; lo a conservative
estimate, nays Hi" AVorld.
Man thousands of dollars' wiuth of
propel ty has been stolen, but little of It
has lit en round. H.ccpt in rare Instances
a list of this i.iopcrty hag not even been
sent to pawnbt nkcrs, and ihe police yes-
Ijctday jeeined to be ileVotlnn their
elloi'Kles to suppressing all lulot mutlon
about the lohhfl'IcS
In Coinnilssloiier Waldo's olllcij a re
liorter for the World was referred to the
olllce of Second Deputv DoiiKheity. He
looked over a luni; list or robberies and
"I will wive j on no Information. Hotter
see Chief Inspector SchmlttburKur."
A patrolman In SchmlltbeiRer'a olllce
on leal nliiu what liifonuatlon wtm to uu
asked of the chief Inspector rufusotl to
nmioiuice tlie reporter or take a inrd
Into bis chief.
"do hack lo Dougherty." siiagesteil
the pun olniiui.
kri,'. There lias been about .V) enses of I fodl or Rilllanil. employei! at the llowo
tin' measles here In the last month. Scale works, spilled a larye Utile of hot
KeM nil from here attendee! the locture In Uron, a pint of which went into his shoes,
Wnltsficlil Tiio-dn . -Mr-. Harmle Nel-I badly burnliiK onu foot.
son has the mtasles.
in all then
I IMerce -West
rain t .,,i ,i
iitle I '. ii ,.i"
'ruiiil.p , . ' ,
wllli Hi. nri,
Mi Uli.sti y ..l
at i lie bum. ol
laiiK'litei was 'ioiii
Hid' Mis Lee 1 1 1
iilllplett'll Ills llimbcl jo
Wheel, I !s III
.. Hi. bed -Mr
.11 . 1 -ill .1 111
It. pi ..
'I'lle Ol'l ellluliy W.it
tc it velatiVt s and u
take all cMelideil
SiU'ir, tl.ii hier ol
'id of New
the w.iriilnK for
Cek'.irille.ss of the downpour
l.Oill persons assembled at tht
ski liver one-third mile it
Satiirla..' afternoon anil wlthosed
Millie excellent lilt Ills W.lltel II
Co. ol' Dover, N 11, one or the I.
nest winners on the Kiand I: alt
last year, dioce Hal L In .-t i 1 1;. lit
heats for first money In the fu. tor
nil. In the second heal ol the " uu
class Roy F., a wreen three-yeai "i.l
Mnrsran colt, owned by I'hlsholii, .ie!
driven bv ti'Cliiir of Wateibiir, 'net
with n mishap win n he stumbled nnd
catchliin In his iuarter-hoot fell,
overturnimt tlie sulky and tbiowiiii; i burs: and l'.oston
the tlriver. In the next bent another
acclilent happeneil to Ihe sanio hoi'se .
and drher, which resulted in the sulky
belnK Miia.slied to pieces, tlie liarni sa
broken, and a tihoe pulled, besides
throw-Ins o'C.lnlr -mil Injuring one
shoulder and hip slbrlitly. He drove
two iiini'i. rates, e.itvex er Vhe re
I'Vee-for-all, uive', tl'. iirst. Hal L.
Waller II. ruv, Dov. r, N II.: M.illlo Ii.,
Hrnsler; ijuetn of Clubs, Morrill. F-sscx
Juiutlon. Van Hrowu. D'Clali, Waltr-bu-e;
Merl'e Rairon. J. M. Houlwell.
II.O'i class, purse, V'. first, llarka-.va.i,
1'owiit', Rob Row Slum l.il.i. Mears.
Klnidalt. McLienl, Rc r. ' 'Ii sl.oliu;
Julia Marlowe, Savole
Ladles' race, prizes, ioiii, 1,1 uu et. nobs,
llrst, Weaver liioo, Miss Loid, I'rinee.-s,
Mrs. A. Racine. Silver. Mrs. c. Cooley.
Helore Juilr.'! Mm tin ill proba'.e coin t
here Tuesday Hullo Ccrecoll of llaiiv
was adjiidmil Insane aiiH orileied com
milted to the ostium at Watci bun
Nell Knapp of Cabot, who hail been
hound over by Ihe liaire city court, and
who ha., bet ii in county Jail owing to
falluii to proeiite ball, was in Mont
pelicr city court yeslerdny. Al Ids own
reiiiot .in Information was tiled by
State - Attorney Carver Kliapp enteri d a
pi f it'illtv ti breakliiK and interim; a
store In ''ahot nnd steullm.' i mned booiIs.
.Illiltfl' llulvey seineliced biiii to this
House ol ''oriectioii nl Rutland lor not
mon tliiri four ..irs inn les than ono
i oa r.
Municipal Jutltre K. M. llarvny yistcr
tlay mornlni; wave his decision in the
allcKcd ll!e;al llipior helllnj; case hrounlil
aualnst Mrs. Soled. id Motile Lombano
ujion complaint of l'.itricl; Toque, who
claimed lie bin piiichas.il liquor ol her,
had been foiclbly elecled from bur house
and robbed of ,ibout n Judp . Han't y
ortleretl that Mrs. Lombano be dlschai'K
id. and the companion tase ol Vulerano
I'eehero was nol prosn-d b. Clly iJiund
Juror '. !:. nieaou.
t urines ii. i iiompsnii, projiiesslie na
tional eommltteeiuan fiom Venn. 'ill. has
been asked to go to MIcIiIkiiii and assist
Senator Dlxen to run tne State cainpalitn
next month. 'Ihe republicans or Mlcliluaii
will contest the ptoyiojKlvc.i as an oipan-Is-atlnn
loi wiiious Kl.ite olflces and the
profircBslves, who Lave afceptul Pffb chnl
lenp, will havt such speakprs ru CqI,
Rrnnevelt. Seritor BevrdKe and other?
Mr Tbcrni'W will leave Mond..v ki as
lo ! ie I. I nop on the ftinilh .. i I
tor C T.
. S' . I-: -.erbnisly ill
ii . ouiili. atlon--. -'lieiin
b" i p. ,i. i passed Sundav
In.- i ai rents -J. . Uutier-
M. ilhi.lt oil
i. I,. I, if.
t oi ...liter was boiu .Moiitla.i ii.K-'n lo
Mi .inn Mr.- fllllum inills. a aland
d uuhli ' ol Mr. and Mrs. ileol-Ke W.
f'ady. Nina Tliutiiiin of the News turn
Is spt tiding a la let' Mit.ttiou in Ftteh-
, lire ii'aini was sounded Just he. ore
, inldniKlit Mondny because of a chimney
I lite- at tile lesldeiice ol' I rank I'billlp
!oi, Cenvr.il "tret t. Little dainaue was
dont and the llaiues wei-e t xtliitfulshuil
without '.lie ..' i 't tin- ilreiiien.
I The latllcs of the K.'iBit'in stnr chapter
I ate to Rive a tree .uiier at Masonic
'hall at the ivculai meeting mi Miutii 1.
J Dr. William Ii. .Mayo and Miss L Pru
dence, daughter of Mis. Hillth Stlt IsiiK of
central street, wen married Wetltn-sdav
t venlliK. tin- weddllii: iilnir i quiet one,
Tlie lein.ilns of the late .1. J. I'.owen,
ftimlllnih known ainoiii; liorsemen as
"Jack" How.ti, were lirotiuht Saturday
from Noillitield for interment In tho.
llnyalton Hill ci-mctery. Several relatives
accompanied the remains, at,.l the Rev.
II. c. LeilMiril of Nolthtlelil oi'.lclateil.
Mr. How-en was an uncle or Mrs. Charles
F. Waldo and rormeily lived here In Ids
yoiinncr days lie was one oi too nest
drivers on the tracks ol New Lm;land.
His a'-ie was Mi ycnrs.-The Woman's dub
Have an interesting exni.it ol antiques
al ihe Harrlmctoii parlor Fiiday after
noon. Mrs. Watson Wasson of Water-
in eslileut of the State fedel atlon,
an address. Most of the members
attired in the style of 50 years and
im'o. finest from Randolph and
Royalton were present. Mrs. D. L. chad
wick and Mrs S. L. Abbott pouted tea
and cocoa. Mis. Von I'lees exhibited
Aztec curios and a iiold knife, folk and
spoon said lo hao been owned Ivy the
late Knipernr Maxmlllan of .Mexico.
finite uu acute water situation has pre
vailed on River street tor several days
ouhiK to the free-zltu; up of tile (iraluun
s.-tcm, which supplies a dozen homes.
Water pipes have also frozen in other
places ill town. -Mis. Alice Curtis, dea
fness at the l'.nrre mission, will speak
at the Methodist Church Sunday cveti
intt at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Lena Milfet will
speak at the mornlm; service.--Allied
Arnold, who has spent a week at home,
resumed work" Motul.iv as a traveline;
salesman F.x-liepl eseiitathe Dudley X.
Rice of Crainil'.e was ie :. Monday. -laislness
visitors Monday twte lltiir
W. Dutton of Royalton and Henry O.
l i'tncli of llarnard.
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION.
Tin annual report of the town of Hart
ford, .lust issued, shows Tor the year
lid.' a tolal i pendlture of S-I.MT. Hi. tith
reteplts ol 110,!i'l.l."ri. luakini; a net ex
pense ot T;i.!".'l.'il. I'htt net amount of
lnes i ais. il Is tfiT.HW.M. The tax late has
been S Tin total t xpeiulltui e "f the
sele ml d. paitment has beet. 5Hi.TJ0.lt, wlticli
lie Pules -en.e $L;,.W paid toward the new
ci hi il'ilnu In pioci-sii of erection at
WHdei llliiue. The number of pupils lu
tin- stl.ools is 010. The hlaliway account
islands at a total expense of iiy.sT7.5t'. re
Icelpls of K'.li'"'": and a net expense of
' jUI, tin..'.". Din-niK the year there have been
j b-t tuarriae i.rtlllcates Issued, and there
are refolds of Ll.bllths and 7! tleaths. The
wiiiiant tor town nieetlni; innlalns 11 artl
j eli s. t'ne lelates to the iicLcptance and
1 m.ii ilctiani . Ie Ihe town ot the short
ian ol H e da . PiidKe neress the Con
rue ticut rLti .il.'Mf tlie dam ut Wilder and
niiotI.er..rtl. Ie n. ars on the part husinK ot a
piece of Kioutid near the West llarllord
si houl to be ii.-, tl .is a play ground for
tlie pupils ol the Kiamniar school
New Vork, Feb. iB.-Dr
Frleilmnnii. the yoinm i!. im
who arrived here jesteidi
the dlseoVerer of a enr.- f..
will benln the treatmuit ..'
soon an he has Heemeil quu,
call lit up us a labornt'.i
flounced to-ilnw Amoiu th
treated, It is thought, w '
Bim-ln-law of a million m
bunker nt whose invl
maim cune to this eon u
"What t wish to tin,
"Is to treat Co or more
bercular knees, for In .
suits of my treatment u
apparent thtin when
loi ms or the disease. ' h.
obsen ed even by the I i i
"The method 1 pre! i
tleilts brought to nie I i
inuke a ptisonul exam
ister th" treatment m.w 1
not possible, 1 would l.
patient's physician wo-k
see me treat a niimbe
wns In the .-ipnrtment hotu-es at Nos. it,
nnd f''i Lenox avenue. Hetwi en thrte and
five o'clock Sunday morninc Inn-jlais en
tered the apartments of Kdw.ir.l Hurke
on the second lloor, chloroform. .1 him
and his wife, their daiiKhtt r, Mrs. K
I'hllo nnd h'-r two children and i msiu ki d
tho house, maklnpr olf with Sl'-i in msli,
several tllamond i-Iiiks and sum. nold and
Across tlie hall on the sain, rl .
Albert Schultz and his wife nr. I f.
boarders. These six persons u.tc
lorined and $7m In cash ana
.Morris Iteinls s apaitments
were next enteiitd. With tie
of Susan Reinls, a , small mil.
the house were made sta id
ell UK. 'The liurKlars ob-ahe .1
street: Dr. Thomas Cherrv
Pisth street: Dr. Hoffman.
witnessed unit' hy a
el lie tl-. I'liev will
iteddiiiK trlii .li'Ullie
Mi. and .Mr.-. Id. bell
. Silver ami wile of Fianu A I'hlllips,
died at to, Mai) I' ietcln r hospital Ti.cs
da ' venlliK lullowiiiu a cer" .-aiKical
opiialion The ody .o liro.,ht to iter
lale iionie Widiiesilav and f..ieial st l V
ices will be held 1'ilday alternoon. lie
Sides her husband .-lie leaves two .iiu.ill
chlldreii, Ilobtit anil ICilna.-Norman A
Howe, who recently sold the I'ollard Ar
Howe tliy Koods business to W. W. Hart'
well, has located at Fltchii.iri;, Mass., '
whero he Is iiiaiijk'. r of tlie F. A. I'almer
ifi-cent stole. I larvey L, Cheney Is III
1IIi.iiii and lllmi r l.albui of W in
Mead, Conn , wcie quests ut the home of
their sister. Mis. fieoi'Ke Colli.llll, lasl
week. -Mrs. F 11. Cortina has returned to
her home In Milton alter M ilajs' visit
here. .Miss (leoiKia llson passetl Sun
day and Monday with her sister. Mrs. A.
C. Jones, In Hart','. --Call llruce ha.t re
turiied fiom Floild.t, where ho lias been
lor three months
pi: vci: iihiiii:.t.
.' tile Louisville i 'oiirier-Journal.)
William II. Ta.ft Is a prosltlent of tho
United Slates who does not believe In cur
init a cut with a sabre or treatliiK a Kiin
shot wound with the least uselul of the
l.ite Hiebard Jortlan ilatlins's luvtuilons.
When he was S ttai of War Presi
dent T.ift was dubbed Set rctary of l'cacc.
And no more Hlilyly populai title has
t ier been worn I .in oHi'M' holder In tills
countrv He coiuinuts In the White House
to hold the sale and sane views hu held
when the chair was in tin- State, War nnd
Navy HutldliiK. across the street.
The ptesitleni was bndlj defeated In tlio
recent election, but as the peace presl-
ileal, who inluht, l,u klim a tool head and
abundant common sense, have been a war
pieseileiii, lie will return to prlvnto lite
.ipiil.-iuiled. The Alfieilcail people despite
tho fact that lin y reiiied tie' Rt liulillcaii
eaudldati from office, have always known
William 1 1. Tuft us a inan of sound sein-o
and ns an eeentv,, is whose- hands tlio
coiinlr.s h,n been safe fiom such calami
ties as m.iy ,-irlse Hum tollv lu tlio Wliilo
Hotiso when fools tiro l'uwluif? antl wav
lnu flaps lu the street.
Damaite of 'M to iW was done Tties
.1 i evening when lace curtains at the
home of Mi and .Mrs. Frank Murray of
Rutland cnuRht lire from a stove. The
nanus shot up throiiKli the partitions to
David II. lltnileo, anetl 70 years, was
killed by n train on the llonnlmrtoii
branrh of the Rutland railroad Tut-vlay
mornitn; In plain sluht of his home. Il
is thotiKht that he did not hear tho train
Tlie both- of an unknown man was
found Friday in n clump of trees nt Rel
lows Falls by three school boys. A neailv
empty quart bottle was found on his
chest. lie was apparently about .71
yi ars of nsse
W. J. Van Fatten of IStirlliiKton has
been elected president ot the New
KiiKland Kurn Hattln Homes and the
Rev. iJenJamln Swift of Woodstock,
vice-president. Dunns' the past year
the endowment fund has Increased
from JL-n.oon to $ 11.000.
Fire that broke out early .Monday
morning in the house occupied by
Michael David at Harre did SIIOO tlnm-
use. An overheated stove set fire to
clothes hunt; near to dry. A cat
downstairs put up a howl and woke
the sleeplnt; family above.
W hen Mr. anil Mrs. L. A. Howard of
fiiiilforil returned to their home Sunday
afternoon aftur four hours' absence they
found that It bad been broken into and
considerable money stolen. Their hind
mini, "Jim" llai-l.ano, was missing ami
the telephone wires were rut.
Tlie Ions controvei sy between the town
ot Walpolc and the Hollows Falls Canal
loinp.iiiy, about an assessment of the
lompaliv's propel tv, ha been settled by
an am'eemiiit to pat tuxes on a valua
tion of hki,ijii, The valuation of the prup
eity has i.uisid trouble for 10 years.
The Shnft.shury Hnptlst association
will ask the llaptlst State convention
next month to nrrnriK" for a memorial
on the silo of the first Haptist Church i )Ull,mt. presented to
in me r-iuict. i ne urst cnuren was
built in 170S at Shaftsburj Tho
monument Is proposed to be of Kran
ite and bronze.
Certified JudBinent lias been issued
iiKulnst Simeon I'hllbotte of Rutland and
a close jail cetllttcate authorized as a re
sult of a verdict for $3.f"t. d.inuiKfS award
id Isaac Mayo, his brotliei'-ln-law, at
the last term of Rutland county court.
The suit was caused b the bltlnt; olf of
ono of Mayo's ears by I'hllbotte.
A memorial service was held at Rut
land Sunday afternoon for 10-year-old
Kwi M. Lull, dauttbter of Mrs. Adlce F.
Lull. The child tiled of mnllunant
diphtheria and a f uncial service was not
allownl. .VlthoiiKh apparently well Thurs
day she became suddenly 111 Friday and
tiled that tlaj before It was dellnltely
determined that the dlseiu-u was diph
theria. The autopsy levelled no other
conti Ibutliu; cause of death.
For tho second time Albert C. Htifl'a
hns been cauitht assisting Celestials
oer the boundary line from Caaada.
I hnoe to he :tl,l. to tn.
-xiio so iieuos oi uepariinenis pusseu , nm!lpr nf r,)mnnl
the buck " from on. to the other. Men I 1.,m,i mrt- ,jf Uh. COU(
on i.euciive or pauoi tinty nave """M b(. ble tt. act as cent
wnrneii inni iney must worn in secrni:
that they must Kiw lnformatloii to no
one under pcnalt.v of suspension, dismis
sal or lines. Absolute seereev must be
observed all aloni; the line, citizens who
have been druitKi d oi lieaten insensible In
their homes and . ol. d of Valuables nnd
money must not mj much as tell their In
timate friends or ut xt door neighbors.
It will Interfere with the eipture of the
thieves, and prevent the tlnd.nn of Val
uables, they are told. Yet the thieves re
main at larue, robherles continue nightly
and stolen Roods are still missing
VICTIMS CI1L iROFnRMF.D.
One of the recent most darlna n
distribution of knowb v
Dr. Frleilmnnii ha
whether he will visit
although he bus reci .
WaslllllBtOtl, Feb. -lilue
of tho public Ilea tl
runted for tests In th -.
Kienlr lnbnralor' here m
vaccine for pulnio ai
which was delivered t
Milton It. Foster of i'i.
V'otk by Dr. I'rledma' n
i i when tlie vaeclne wa i
' . ,1
InKton It would first b
laboratory tests nnd t
mnls nnd culture medl i
isfactory. the vutclnr '
public lli'llllh service
Stanton, New Mexico
upon sufferers from
No. 2.", West
'ifi'l a chloi oforni soaketl nig over the
i 'illtl's face. She awoke and screamed.
Tlie scream aroused her father and .lie
rrhbers lied, but they did not po far.
They forced their wav Into th" homo
f Nathan Hvltz, who with his son lives
above Hie Reinls home. The two men
were ilruwd ami about $1U0 In cash and
some Jewelry taken.
Anions other robberies suppressed b;
tne police v as one In the home of M s.
Stiiyvesant Fish nt No. Fast 7Hh
street. Kxccpt to say the his-, was not
heavy no information about tl lobbery
could be Rot at the Fish hmii'
Street Cleaning Citniml"ionei- Cdwartl".
who live.s ai the Hotel Marie iitoinette,
iKth street and Hioailwa. also las re
ported to ihe police that lie n.i been
robbed of some jowelrv and iroltl culf
lilm by a friend.
LIST OF Till: RORHFRIFS.
AmotiK others who have been robbed
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Franklin of No
& West 71st stnet; (Icorito Oorton, No. SO)
Wist 101st street; J. H. Davis. No.
Riverside drive; Gustav Dlsch. No. afi
West th street: D. J. Dusenhury, No.
linl West tl"tli Sire, t. L. II. l.oeb. No. 15S
West lllst street: Jacob Schneider, No
III West lltth street; J. KnKle, S'o. .r7J
We.-it Fnil avenue. A. Ileyman, No. t"
Lenox aveiiin , Mi -. I'ei.-s, No. s7' Kelly
street: H. 1'arlner. No. W Tll't'aiiy street:
Robert II. Ilazeltillc, No 17 Vest tt.:
street; J. Davs, No. i'T Wfst 117th street,
S. It Cnnller. No 3(l."i West Sutll street,
Mrs. John Dil.deii, No. III-! Fast Sitl.
St.. 'et. N Fahner, No. 2J'i West l-Vdh
Hi.-. No I'.' West 'ith stiec'l.
Loin;. Rver-lde drive and lWii,
Herman, No. 1.1- West HHtb
C t'li.uny, No. Gil We-t Ulth
t.ilnabl.s when one of fliem
Sulk. i, No. :il West Slth treut,
Hi art , No. Fd Sixth avenue.
ORDER OP MED AT, Op HONOR.
Illlict-fs Hleelftl nnd lifeline il Jttti rll
t't! lo f.ctt.i slinru In ,lul.
lien T. S. I'. 'I .1
circular of the M'ln u r tht
Medal of Honor, uitn c i r
leeelltly eloeted. - h, , . i
lilies M. Schoonniak. . 1 '
wlio was the vouiir.
Ill the Union army di ntu t .
nnd was brevetted I.-'li Iic
presented with the . --
of honor for dlstlne i- I
badiiiK his lejlmerit .,, t
works at the battle . I W t
September is, ism. ir t- . .1 .
Vesl Vli'Klnla .ind Hi- llu, !
enalry, Imtli of wi i. !i ' - it t
well known to ihe in. m "i - it ' (
Vi rmont cavalry. H i i . s n
Ho Is now at the House of Correction
at Rutlnnik, awaiting the final dis
position of nls case. He not two
Chinamen across nt island Fond anil
then cut across to Portland, Me.,
where he was arrested antl brought
to Rutland lit- was before the federal
Iti-aud Jur at Rutland In 1911'. and
wns sentenced to CO days for sniui;
Kllnpy after pleMlliii; i;uilty and Hiv
ing what was suppostil to la valuable
I antl J. C.
.Mis I'. A I Ii n UK lias be, n In IIiiiIIiik
ttiu several thus lo '.tie lor Mull lit D,
HniBK. who Is In M,u. Fletcher hos
pital to be trtiitcd lor a dUonscil kneit.
The latllcs will serve a itaini ilium r town
nu'ctlliK day lu the school loom nliove
tlie town hall. -Mrs. Lizzie tlrllTllh of
IliirlliiKtoii has tisli.d Mr and Mrs. V.
.Mr- M L. Cli.iuiller is ill. ill's. I'leda
Carson antl dauiihter, Miss lnullno cr
sou, both of Rnrllnuloii. Hpent SHtunJuy
and Sunday with Mr.-. Caison's sister,
Mri. (Jorge Atkins. They returned to
Burlington Mondny MIm Lucy Swift nf
the l'luv. rsin ol . I iiu.iit ' i no S u i I
lo q.' nil tie da. mil S.oi'l.it , ne ,
I ti ii t in on
' HR CADDY'S RLHl'KL.
If. II. liurlow. the wolf eham.
was telling uolf .-lories ut a
attended a feast, sh" Mini,
hfilior of its
i njuyeil tho
displayo I. ex-
thnt a mill' club Kavo
t.itlilies The cuddles
fea-t. and most of thoin
teiifiil table inaiinei'H, but there was
one lad, Cluu lie, who fed himself ex
i luslvely win, i, knf,.
"I'l"b. peas, chicken, in.. "lied po-ta-lots.
sauce cvorythlnn was 'onvoy
eil t,, Charlie's ntoiith on a luiif" Idade.
Hut when the Ice cream came on. and
thf lad actually lieiin i" fhoiul In
I'i' i-ieani upon a Itnlle. a i.iildv at the
other end of the tuble shouted In
iimii7eiuent - -
H.dt - k. I ,, ' ''"
1 ' In. lion ill lb, hi . i I-
Tin new belts are of nil kinds
conditions, from a heavily stitched
tooled plain leather lo thf broad
chamois and suede leathers which
cut very broad and Kuthered Into
back by n Inrjre cameo or some k'old or
silver ornament. An old coin or an lu
tanllo, set In a kind of triune of hentcn
nietnl, Is constantly usi d lor lids pur
pose, anil the licit Is then fastened by a
broad buckle of plain nu tal, often cover
ed In leather. Those belts can be worn
with Hie ornament In front and the bin Kb
at tlm back turned round as il wen in
which manner they teem to keep in their
places better evsn than when worn In
the olil.f-i -t I metl way.
' Sonic of them are uuule in tine, shiny,
black patent leathei, worked and tooled
till It Is as supple and soil as tuiede. lu
ail tabes Hu butkle or neltial fastenlm;
Itst If Is kepi plain ,md rial, ami tlie tlec
orullou Is centered on the imminent at
the back. Willi tlm wearlni; ol tlie Cos
sack and Russian blouse coats the ques
tion of belts lias become a very important
mi'-, and half a iliuen tllftrient kinds of
belts aic iu menus ,m iinr uul In
wsilini.l. .Many ot tin- more ornate havo
the hu stones set In rlnu id metal and
struiiK betwetn chains
llosioii, rt.b. y,. schcilulu in bBiik
riiplcy of the Knox Automobile compniiv
or Hprliirjllcld, filed to-day. showa llabll-
J'.:!-C4r.i anil n?et of Jlfa.:?f.
The repert stated that the Rew Dr.
Meudes ol' No . Central Park West
nnd It. Wnllach of No. 1.10 Fast 7Sth
stteet had also been robbed. It was
denied at both these addresses last nlsht
that any robbei had taken place.
INSl'RANCK COMPANIES SQL'KAL.
All the pel sons In the above list carry
but Klnrt iiisui.tine. In fact, thu list was
14lvcn " " l,v insurance companies,
who hux - i mployeil many lulvate tie
lecllves and 1 elleve that the Kreatest
posslbltt publicity at least cannot make
cendltlonH worse than they are.
The hundreds of persons who carry no
burglary Insuranoe and have been rob
b.'.l aic nut known to tlie Insurance eoin
p.in.es and their names are securely
lockctl tt) In " bin safe at pollco head
qtl.ll'tt.'1'S' Also there liave been many bin-Klarles
committed In tho Hronx, enpeelally III the
I'niversitv Heights section, but the
names of tin- victims are kept secret by
NO Sl'CII Ll'CR
A certain inun stayed out intirli lalui
at nlKht tiinn lilt- wife liked and as he
would iicm r tell her wheie he had boen
she not their Utile ooy to ask him.
one inoinins at breakfast tlio youngster
s.Htl: "Dad, where wtie you last lllHht?"
"Well, if .von must know, I was tdulntf
,,ih a li k irleiid."
Ohl Did your sick friend tile?"
"Wlmt an absurd question: uf course
he didn't tile."
Ob, out did you hold your sick friend's
"No," unswcletl Ihe father, "huw fool
ish von are' of course, 1 didn't." And
then lie added, with a fai-nway Iook in
I ids eyes, "I wish to heaven I had. Ho
held four noes." London opinion
llil i . -
I , . 1 1 . , V . s , i
I I. gin t i.il f..n d,
DIDN'T STAV LIOIIT.
Ruth bleached her hair, but the
r,l.n I? c.-imlnj back iimln
' t ' ' ' nit In In, a , ,imi ot tin
is tile Vile
.V 1 -ik. I
liea. I. in, ii I'
An in it i
him to mi
ex. relses of tlie Fir-
monument at tietiys nr
has accepted tills.
llcneial Horutlu C. K
N. V., the vlr.-preld '.
Older ot the Medal ot 11.
be-en for many years 'he
Society of the Army cf tl
at one time was its pn
the war he was up n tie
eavnlr.i corps. Ai mv i f tie
also served on the st .1
Sheridan. Oeti. ial Kli u b -..ii
initiation to the d.di it
The Rev. Dr. W. S II
Vol k citv. the ehapl in. v
and major In the 21 -t t
also nil.tutnnt-ttenern 1 .a
lleyri;e J. S'annard's d:i
of the stoiniltiK "f 'b"
Harrison, .a., Septetnoti
the Suth when Cienen 1 L-.
I heir tlespcrate chnre t
works, at which time t i
men. Chaplain lluhbcll w
Statinnril when he lo-t n,
Other olilcers of tl p
urcr, dipt. N. D. Pre-t.ui
e'apt. Guorse W.
II. Row .and. Jr..
mcetlui: was ndloiirni.l
seinl-centenrilul c lebr it.
July I to i. llUS. In ci
Society of the Army oi
Stveial Vermont v.t
the State and ilicwh."
sors ot In- coiiKressl.ii. i
i b n'
p. t 1 1 1
FOR COMMON S
In d.iis of old
Fust bound to d"
Was deftlv d "'P
1'ntll she tlripi"
In water .n m "i
And. though ai
Wns fully soi,-. i
one a peel.-l
Of present tl.'
Who scolds iw
proves that h
With verbal th
To vctlt b i i
Now men suu-i' -t
It may ho best
To Imvu a ducklne si.l.1
On which to im l
All of his kind
Arid souse them ii .
To be endui. I
Fntll they're '
ALL II F WAN t
A neatly dressed ictm ..i i m r
dramatic editor one mm' n, "
"What tin you w-Uili'.'" i-lt 1 ' i ' is
"1 have tailed to rt tu. -t . .i , t
a line in mur puper to ti ' bat t
have Just refused a s dim i ' i w-i ck
from the opposition "
"I'll make a note of it Lovely da
W.n thei. .lrvthltit .if oi w t .1
i inh .Me . a h. i 1 1 i i l n o
a quail u - I't'llull lilt lu 4,