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itobort MiCliiffey, son of Mr nml Mrs.
Charles O McOnffey, Is rccovciltiff frnm
n nines with pneumonia
111 tlic cMiitt- (if Caroline Half. II.
(Iray ami ( VS. Dnvlmi woie appointed
appraisers In probate court Monday.
Mr and Mrs. .Inmes K. Coswrirf of
Hnxtr I ol fill hum l.v nf this city, 'aro
tin parents oi " 'liumhtcr, horn last
T. in r i summations will bo hold at
tin h.kh ssi.hr! 'Jiilldlim
l.'riduy. colidiiucd by
Jti cotuitx ' i'1 Tliutxlny there was cu
t r i ttu e .1 . i ! vn i suit ol Frances A.
1'i i II loud speed. Tile Mlllt COtl
i m !' in ' Hi Kssex.
Mr ii in Mr- Joseph Senny nf North
pii i M .uiiioimte the uiiKimem'iu of
'-Mtir. Miss .Mae A. Drown,
u u ul Hits clt.x.
their i-la id.
i J 1. Li i
Loss of Appetite
Ib loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and is-'
often a forerunner of prostrating dis
ease. It Is serious and especially so .
people that must keep up and dolni,- c
get behindhand. I
The best medicine to take for Ii !
the great constitutional remedy
Which purifies and enriches the blunt
and builds up the whole system.
Get It today In usual liquid foi m
chocolated tnblcts called Sarsr.f'
I t Will loik dosid his bakery tiusl
1 a .it I hutch street Monday. Jlo
xx i tn Kf a .it.itiim before cttterlnir Into
i (tut r line ol liuslne-s.
Mr I' M butstuw went to New York
H.il. a i niKlit .mil left there Tuiv-duy
v ill i U.iMnond und Whltconib party lor
( f ' nla She will return In about two
i h ii.-.
M Jor VWU.ird A. llolbrook and Major
ti.oiKC Ij. liyratn of the 10th cavalry
a o lit" n Ordered to proceed to i'Virt Riley,
K.mt prll 1, tn take the Held olllccrs'
111 the estate of (leorse A. Foolc ol
Chanott. . 11. Iloardninii and Stan
ton Williams were, appointed commls-
tloncrti and appi alters in probate court
Oooritc H, Johnston of llostou. Mass.
und Miss Ethel I'. .Mitchell ot t.os
Are.es cat, were married at the First
Uurrh pars m.ixe Monday afternoon by j
the Ito S CI. ilarnes.
T . IH"tl -Were hllS.X 111 Villi? nut tttnj
ll (I- sridfi and wifl hoirln hurvest
1 1 i' to d.i ltliutnb the cakes may lie,
mmciiiiii finior this year than Inst,
tin l ill In of better quality than in
ii ii ri i f . .irs past.
Tli uivorc petition of Maty A. Wanner
x. V x W .urner, both CambrldKe parties,
av.i i iteied in county court Monday
It ! -cd in the petition that thu
jui s now sorxlnp a sentence In
AM i -.or f. ir itii'Klarx.
'.i ii' - Hoii.-ton Rhodes of -12 State
Hr 'ian. N". Y., and Anna C.
Hi-1 ser of 11a West avenue. Albany, wcro
Hurried Monday by John .1. Hnrislit
justice of the peace. Mr. Rhodes is mali
nger of 'be Empire theatre In Albany.
1' M Uevnolds, who iccontly undor
xxint an operation for appendicitis at the
Mnry rietcher hosiiltiil, has recovered
ti suih an extent that he has Rone to
hl home in C.-imbi Idge. lie was accom
panied by his brother, II. II Reynolds.
.Imn llartlan, who was born In
Hhoreham, and was for a number of years
jirlnclpal of the Winooskl trailed school.
1 as ju-t lier-n elected president of the
'aim Mortu.me Rond company, with ot
hers In th. Hndlcott biilldtim. St. l'aul,
'''nomas Ib'i vi s and H. O. ll nobis were
ii upoli.ted ('(miiiilssioneis and appraisers
inlnlstratrlx of the estates of tfliner II
and Marvoy K. Wheeler of Milton. The
former has been absent from home -5
years and the latter 30 years. They leave
an unatlmlnlstercd estate of about $0.
Howard H. C"ane was aiipolnted ndmlnls
tratoi o the estate of Cella I.yman of
Iitirllmnaii, wit. Clarence Crane and
Ilownnl S. L'rnne commissioners.
Zeh lllulr was Riven n iirelimlnaiy hear
iiiK on a charfie of huntlary Thursday
nuinilliR In city 'ourt and was bound over
to county court In the sum of $5X) ball,
which he was unable to furnish, iilalr Is
accused of breaking Intr a storehouse of
the Cential Vermont Hallway company
and stealing a iiantlly of brass. The burg
lary is thought to have been committed
about two weeks ago. He waived exam
ination at the hearing Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs Xotlnue Ciravcl of North
I'nloli -treet wtre called ' St.
Hymiiitbe, I'. Q..
the d-atli of their
Alice Hetiolt, win.
i mployed in tho dressmaking dep.irtnunt
of Abel nethy's ston Mis lieiiolt was
mauled Inst June und left the city to
make her home In I'amula at that time.
A short time ago she lontrncted typhoid
fever. The funeral and Initial took place
In St. llyacltitla.
tru at" co. it Thuisday in the estate
.Ichn (Hi .hi i of HurlliiKton. Wesley A.
irel' m ,i- .i
oi th t
oi'itited skc1:U ailminlstia
l. of K. II. Glllett of Itleb-
h 1 Ciok' V
pi id thre
of Milton pleaded guilty
llipior and was sentenced
month" In jail by .ludgi?
city couit Monday, He
T r 1. bed tn.- liquor to a girl who after
v . rd- became Intoxicated and disclosed
i' b n
" 10 Stone of thin eil, who went to
l'a ton. i. I'liu, to act as auditor of the
I' I ewooil Hotel, has In en obliged to
icsieu h't position on account of ill
li ili'i ulid. with Mrs. Stone, lias taken
crtt.ige nt Orange city, Kin., Tor tho
li m.undi r of the winter.
The lick of snow Is bothering the
I iintiermen In all of the surrounding
to ititrv and a very small amount of logs
wi i lu taken out of the woods this year.
JV-w dicii ar employed In the camps and
oi. ins of the lumber jacks who haven't
missed a .season ill a long time are lying
bout the city. Idle.
Mi' .mil Mrs. Aithur II Keyes have
rrt lined from a six week's wedding trip
tint lilt luded Washington, U. (-'., Sow
York, Atlantic City, and other places.
J'Iihv will be with .Mis. Keyes's parents,
ai- -mil Mrs. Ceome 11. Finery of M
Hucll sti' i'l, for a lew lilies before sallln
f ! an ixtended Knropenn trip.
Miss ,lose V. Ducmm of ltcisu stieet
l.ft Sunilai for Ourtlner, Mass., where
,s ii.i.s i position as night nurse in the
Henry Hey wood Memorial hospital. Miss
Uuggati received many remembrances
from her fi lends, among them being a
beautiful gold watch and a leather tiavel
Mrs K.llm Harper of Wllllstun was
brut -h to Hiniington Tuesday by Dep.
lty Sin rift' Todd and furnished ball In the
sum of KM before Assistant Judge Mer
rihew on a ehaige of adultery. Deputy
Sheriff Havlin also brought hayton llrace
of Bolton to the jail here, charged with
a statutory offense,
C'oui.U dame AVanlen .1. 11. lteeves re
turn d Saturday Horn Wcstloid, where
l,e killed a large doe which wius surter.
lug from a broken leg. The animal was
fon id King in the woods about a mile
from a barn ami was killed In order to
je,i b. r id "i misery. The eaie.iss was
tM to MI'hin-1 Tmrn. and the proceeds
1 go in tin' Sf'
Mis. M. v Colette. ,i whit, woman, and
John hinb-at. a 'Olore.l seigeant of the
Tuith c.u.diy, were In city court M in
day morning for u preliminary hearing
on a ch rge of adultery. They were
bound over to county court in the sum
of $l,o0i ball In each case. The woman's
lather, l.ouls liiiinby of Wlnooskl, bo
i line lit f 'iret, hut Lindsay w.ih unable
t i furnish the required hall.
'rank Vomit, a boy who was anested
for hitiaklng and entering the home ot
Seymour l.auzoti and taking money, was
Thursday sentenctd to spend the re
mainder ot his inlnoiity in the Industrial
M'liool in Vergennes. Ills sentence will
vxplro on January 7, 1M7. Young pleaded
guilty to an Information lllcd by State's
Attorney T, E. Hopkins.
ir, unite of the lack of sleighing, a
iiIadiIv stream of wagons comes lu dallv
.o tbo city market grounds und Tuesday
12 loads of hay Appealed, with a quantity
ot straw In addition, Tho hay sold hi -tween
13 and Jll per ton and was all dls
posed of, Thu ryu straw brought l!i and
tbo oat straw JD. Some of tho hay was of
ecollent qunllty and it is leported that
there Js a good quantity on the farms In
In probate court yesterda little H.
i-Vu of Mlltou was Hpiiolmeil ,n
County Clerk C. J. Hussell has been put
ting In some strenuous days clearing
up the business of the special session
ot t utility court which was called for
the purpose of disposing of tho cases
chaiging leceivlng stolen property grow
ing out of the disclosures of the gang
ot ear burglars. The cost of tho special
session to the State was J.'.O.fiS. Of this
total, .$1,417.60 went tr the petit Jury;
fl.0S1.TS to witnesses: H.'27.i"(. to assistant
Judges and to renin ters.
Mrs. Kllen A. Munogtie of r.i Chinch
street Is recovering from an operation In
which a shot was removed fiom her neck.
The cause of the accident was the same
old story of the unloaded gun but for
tunately on this occasion It was only an
a'- gun. A young son. the possessor of
the weapon, playfully shot at his mother's
head. The bullet penetrated the skin Just
behind the car and striking a bone
glanced downward and lodged In the cords
of the neck. Mrs. Manogue was not aware
that she had been shot until she felt the
blood trickling down her neck.
Tho federal grand jury remained in
session all clay yesterday and will mike
a final report this morning. The petit
jury Is called for ten o'clock this morn
ing and, while there are no civil cases
set for trial, some criminal business
max be disposed of. About W xvltne-st
h.ixe nppeared before the grand Jury.
No session of coi.it xxns held yesterd.i: .
adjournment being taken to allow- Judge
Mat tin tn hold a naturalization couit in
Iluidw-ick. The business of the court will
probably be disposed of this xveeU.
Allied M. Woodbury of Utuver. Colo.,
who lived for tile first : y.ars of bis
life in Iluillngtoii and Is well known bore,
went to the hospital January r,0 and xvas
opi'i-uled on for appendicitis and ad- A xv
hesions of tho Inte.-tines. The surgeons franchise
found n net Work or veil grown over afternoon
the intestines. Mr. Woodbury sulleied for) xerinoin
tie daxs with the hiccoughs 1 ut was lloxvnid.
i. ,',, Ir Inu boon l'elil'lllll'V 1.1 Mild is sented til
iuiprox Ing. Mr. Woodbury, xvho is xlci
prtsldcnt of lb" Northxxesteiii Sulphur
company of Denser, Is a son ot II '..
Woo.lbury, who now resides In Boston.
A live years old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Wall of North stieet is ry,eoxer
lng from numerous bruises and cuts re
celved In an almost miraculous escapo
from being run over by an electric e.ir.
The child xvas playing In the road In j
front of the house and inn directly In trout j
of tne car. i lie icnuer picnco me cnuci
up und loM'd him up In the air two or
three times and then otf to one side un
der the wheel. l!v this time the car had
tier n brought almost to n stop and tho
scraper in trout ol the whi'el rolled tho
bo over and over and finally out of tbo
xva.v xxithout (Muslim any Injuries tnoie
eilnuH than some cuts and bruises.
oilier thnti cold slorage plants 1ms
shrunk to about L'.fiOO tons. Thirty or forty
teams will be used with n large crew
of men lu order to harvest the crop In
the brief time that will be left
15. S. Hrlghnin, newly appointed com
missioner of agriculture to succeed O. 1 I
Martin, was ut tho Van Ness House last
oveiilng and xvas seen by a Kreo Press
leporter. He does not go Into ofllcn until
March 1 mill therefore could not an
nounce many of his plans, Ho has, hoxv
ever, begun n campaign ngalnst the
brown tailed moth xvhlch caused con
siderable hnvoe among trees Inst year
nnd xvhlch ho hopes ro exterminate this
year xsdth thu nld of the farmers. Tho
district xvhlch was affected Is on tho east
side of the State and extends from Hart
ford north as far as Sutton In a belt
about the width of two townshlpsI!rnd-
ford Is apparently the must affected
Idle In Ha.tford there are scarcely any
with the exception of some In White
Klver Junction Two men aro already
a' xvork clipping off the nesls nnd mote
will probably he used soon. 1 II.
Worthly, ot th,. United States depart
ment nf agriculture, will nrrlvo In a fexv
days and will go over the ground with
Mr. Hrlgham. Ills recommciulatlonB will
probably be followed out and will be
printed and circulated for the benefit of
the farmers from time to time.
The many fi lends of J. A. Sternberch,
who with his family for the past nine or
10 years has been spending the summers
in his home oft North avenue, will be
grieved to learn that he now lies in a
critical condition nt his svlnter home In
Heading, Pa., suffering from an incurable
disease. Mi;. Sternberg!! Is one of the
largest steel men In the country. Ills com
pany Is one of the principal competitors
of the United States Steel company, lie
xxns attracted to Lake Champlaln a num
ber of years ago and afterwards erected
a hu.idsonie summer home on the ninth
shore. He xvas one of ihe n en who made
the sleel business In l'i nn-x iv.inla and
xvas engaged In It for a pnii.il id more
than I" years. The businexs xitli which
he Is connected began in a x.rv small
xva.v bti. Is now capltalc. "1 p u tne
millions. One of its contiaet.- is lo supply
the entire New York Central railroad
with Its line of goods as we" .n- other
almost as great consiuiPi- w u.le in
nctive business Mr. Sternberg!! mnde a
number of Inventions which contributed
to the success of the company. He retired
from the presidency ot the company a
few years ago on account of 111 health.
('Italics Crochan of Center street was
I In city court Motidnx In answer to a
ehaige of bleach of the peace. lie xv.-is
arrested Saturday. followlnu trouble
with his mother lie uiteii'd a plea of
not guilts and the ease was lontlnned
until March "7. after some evidence hud
been introduced Crnehin said that he
owed ,i small boanl W'l and that, xvlth
n.t suiing anything i" him regarding It,
hit mother had tiusteed his wages. This
so Incensed him that he decided to leave
home and xvas after his things when the
trouble 'onimeneed IJe said that he
made no attempt to injure bis mother
nnd her testlmonx failed to show that
she had been hurt. What Crochan did
do, how ever, was to pli k up a water
pitcher with which he intended to strike
a neighbor xvho Interfered. The pitcher
w.is so badly cracked that it went to
pleres without accomplishing Its purpo"c
Judge l'almer llxed ball In th" sum of
JluO and tlie respondent xvas alloxxed to
. . , i.. .i -..l., ...-.i
nu on ms iiwn recomnzn-n . n.- " "n t--.i
that as soon as he got out of this scrape
he ivould re-enlls In the .mux. xvhere
lu- alreads has mux id .-even xe.irs
THIRD DAY OF FARMERS' WEEK f
Registration Reaches 250 and In
terest in Lectures Increases.
Vnrirel Hie' "cd Mriifiil Ton-it
Prox tiled I'.v '' Collrgr of Agrl
eiiMitre of the Mni llnl
Indiana, Mlssoui I,
TALK ON SEX HYGIENE.
rrulicliNc l.eniiiie Hears
lure by Mrs. w.x num.
11 attended meeting of the liquid
League was held yesterday
at four o'clock at the Hotel
loot' Harden M Harry
pl.'sidi'lit of the league, piu-
speakei of the af lei noon.
Mis. Clara Scluirman was t.ik. n to Jul!
Situnhiy to l.i gin serving a itn.ico
which xs. is leceptly suspended sxhin sit
ixns plaod In the bunds of tin prohntlon
iidicer. At that time Mrs. sMiurman xvas
found guilty of x Mating the liquor lasv
and was si mound to seive not less ili.ut
clevm or more than txvelvi months In
Jail on h"i- pica tli.u -be k"pl the liquor
on hand for ptlxad tiio sentence
suspend! d. On Kriduy, lioxxvver,
xxoni, ms nsldiii'i at 13 Ward street xvas
searchi d uuuin anil "' bottles of 1,-Vr
Mie found M s H'litii man xvas t.iken
before Assistant Judges M'rrih"xv and
Hall anil the lespondent was committed
to serve tin oiiglnal sentence.
A debate was held Saturday evening by
the Cliainpluln Valley (Jiungo on tho
qiiistloii "Ivesolscil, That Women's Hut
fiage Would Purify Politics," To the ne
gative siil.', wbii h xvas taken by the men,
ss.is .ixvanliil the decision. The ladies who
arMicd on thi iitfirmatlvi' side xxere Mrs.
C. Is'. Is.li.ini. Mis. c. Ilai rington and
Ml-s ( ntlu rl no Young Thosi xvho took
the neu.itii' sub' woe llilii'i Todd. f
Is' l-hiini .iml i;(iett Clexvly. The judges
weir Mis Kind lloxves, Mrs. Lillian I.
.omnia .mil John Heed. Tin ro xxas a
iieliatlon bv W. II. Tapper, music by
Miss ('looker mid a song by Mrs. C K.
Thomas Cart ul xxns lu city couit Sat
urday and denied his Identity but on the
tcstlinon.x or a number of witnesses, It
xx-as decided tbnt hi' was the genuine ar
tlile. Carrol w.is arrested tor a first of
fense of intoxication several mouths, ago
anil on Hutniday was surrendered by Ills
bondsman. 1'. a. Webster. Upon being ar
rested, Carrol denied emphatically thai
he xvas tin- man wanted and said Hint his
iiuine xvas .Michael fiwaiU. The police anil
Mr. Webster wen- ntnctically certain that
hi was Cairol, hut two other witnesses
xxere Intiodured to prove conclusively the
mini's Identity Hi- was sent m'o'r to Jail
at the close or the healing to seive a
si nlence of t( n days,
Tlie Ice outside (lie bieukwatcr Is now
about six or six und one-half Indies thick
and the ollli.lulx or the Consolidated leu
ciiinpany hup,- to lj,.Kln cutting by Thurs
day morning !v mm time the Ico will
pruh.thlx in. iigiit or nine inches thick
unless a th.iw sits In The quantity
needed to put ,, loinfnituhlo sUcd stum
In the ice liouhcsi U i:,Ouo urns and It xvlll
be needed for at the piesent time the
Stole of n i in Ij,. quel fill i I'll- iniptioii
:. L. Wvmtin. lo the audience, xvho,
listened atii'ntlxely to her throughout her j
Interesting talk on "Sex Hygiene" Mrs. i
Wmii.ui spoke of thi' Parent 'IV.ii hers' '
association, of xvhlch she is a prominent
membir. and told of tlie noble xvmk the
association was doing to seciue the de
velopment of children alomr the right
lines. "Of xvliat value." said Mrs.
Wjmiiii. "Is cultuie and environim n; If
tin child Is left In lcnoianee of the dile
ii suits that pursue us win n niituial laws
lie disobeyed." Mr- Wvtnan pionedeil
lo tell of actuaj -.spei iepces xvlueli "he
lias eni-'oiintei d ainoiH' boys and girl.- who
rnme under her personal notice, anil how
her xvoik took hi r lo Chicago unl other
cities, and or her work In thee, places.
Mrs. Wsnuin touched upon tie .veil
known incident of xvlien William I' Slead
hi ought out bis w oiiilei t'ul disclosures
concerning the vie. conditions in
Lngland .vlilch In- published In
the Pall Mall (Sazctte, Julx , lss.1, and
bow America held up her hands ill hor
ior, und said tin- things could not and
uiil not i xist in 'on loii'itiv, until Krotices
Willmd causeil mi in'. . stlgatlon to be
started In eveix .Si. it.- i ul found condi
tions to be no hitter, and in some Plates
much xvorse tlau tie ecu- in KiMlanil
wn,il.Mis. Wyman thoiou.'hl.x expl.ilnul the
thoistinlv of sex hvukin and lecuiuniendeil
11 to be placed III the cuirlculuni of our
schools as it has alie.uly been rtono In
some of the western States. Mrs. Wyman
alsj suggested that a parent teachers' as
sociation be formed here In Burlington
and that the mothers visit the schools
where their children aro being educated
and thus conn Into contact xvlth th5
teachers who are doing such good work
heie lu our midst. The' lectin e was thor
oughly enjoyed b.x tho-e xvho were pies
cut and many had the opportunity of
mooting Mrs. Wyman at the close of her
well chosen speech The next public lee.
tuio nf Ihe leauue will be glx'en by I'ro-les-or
Liu .Salmon, In ad i.f the iilstui.i
unpai trneiit at Vassar Colli ge Ml-s Sal
mon has Iil.-o worked along eionomie
lines, nnd her reeent Invesligatiops ft
the domestic servant pioblcni has biouuht
her into great prominence both In New
Yolk State and elsewhcn. Mb. Salmon
will speak in Hiniington on "Sulf rage us
It Coneeins Ihe Home." The- place where
tile lectin c xvlll be held has not ,xel been
decided upon but will be announced later.
Like all the lectures of tlie Kcpial 1'ian
ehlse League, this lectin e xvlll be flee to
the public nnd all are cordlallx Invited to
Soils, bit ds, the xveather, typhoid, dyna
mite, bte.ul. hygiene, fresh air, clothing,
clean milk, gt.itn, dairy Inspection, tuber
culosis, co-opcratlou, the making of con
crete, the mastery of the gasoline engine,
the grafting, budding, topworklng and
pruning or orchards, the grading
and packing of apples, th! groxv
Ing of house plants, and the captuio
of Fort Tlconderogn ; such xvas the varied
diet served at the mental feast provided
by the college ot agriculture of the Statu
unlversltx at yestcrday'n sessions of tho
fifth annual Farmers' Week. Addresses,
lantetn slide, rellcctroscopo views and
moving pictures lent variety to the occa
sion, and served to convey tbo Ideas
which It was sought to teach. Ixith by
way of the eye and the ear, to men and
to women, to high school and to college
Mudi'tits The number registered thus far
Abstracts of some of the papeis pre
sented yesterday folloxv.
TYIMCS OF KAHM MAJXAGHM15NT.
(Hv it. T. llurdlck.)
"Hie live loading States in the produc
tion ol coin, beef, hogs and cows aro:
Corn Illinois, loxx'a
Iieuf Texas, Iowa. Kansas
Hogs low. l, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana,
(,'ows Nuxv Vork, "Wisconsin, loxx'a,
Poultry Iowa, Illinois. Missouri, Min
Vermont ranked ,Xth, list, 3sth, 2eith and
J"th respectls'ely In these classes. During
live years corn, oats and buy In the tluee
western States of Illinois, Iowa and Ne
braska ns compaied xvlth Vermont have
sold at: Corn, II to 4Dc ns against 70o,
oats, SI to 37c i'S against Kc; hay, $ij.3a to
iW-"- a.- against $12.07. Cleiuly the meat
ei op Is giown wheie the corn crop gioxvs;
and crops sell at lower prices West than
they do Hast.
Let us now cotnp.ue ihrce- ear aveinge
pilces for ultimate animal pioducts K.nst
Dressed hogs New York k 1-lc, Chicago
Dressed beef, Nexx Vork ldc, Chicago
Mutter Chicago 'I'm; Vermont :2c
Hogs (Octobei. VJll) Chicago $M..",o, Ver
L'ontrnct tbce prices for animal piod
ucts with the prices for the feed from
which they are made. Clearly eastern
pilect, for animal products do not exceed
the western pi ices ns much as the east
cm prices of corn and hay exceed the
This means that farmers can maku
moie money raising animal products In
tlie middle West than ill the K.ast. The
cost of growing a crop of corn or hay
doe- not inlliienci; the type of farming
in this i i-e as much as does the tnuiliet
price of tlie tiop and of the animal piod
ucts fid fiom till.- crop. Vermont's corn
Is woith It" per cent, more than llhnois's
corn on the Innn. her iinlmi! products
aie about eipial in value; hence Illinois
Ins the adx.uit.iije in animal products
Pi oducts xx hi. Ii are easily shippeJ
xi 111 be made near i heap raxv material,
while prodin t.- i ostly to ship w ill be
made near the Inrge markets
This explains w'hj the Hastern tann
ers succeed better xvlth hay. potatoes,
market milk, fruits and truck ops,
xvblle thosi In the Middle West sue
i eed beltei with the grains and meat
Hon.-, buttei. sheep, have ii. limited
place In Vermont agriculture;- the
lings consume by-products and fur
nish home pork; the steers or sheep
on i heap hill pasture as a by-product
of milk or butter industi les; and
butter as a by-product of market milk
proilin tlon; or on larms xvuere 01--tnnce
to market mnkes other types of
farming unpi olltnble
Topography, soil, climate, maikets,
transportation, land values. labor
osts and Its abundance, all affect the
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVIkN TO 'PHONE AND MAIL ORDFRS
7 HE OLD "BEE HIVE
FEWRUARY 27, 1913
TO-DAY, THE THIRD DAY OF
OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE
brings forward many more special lots of seasonable merchandise on which we share tho prof
its with you in no uncertain way.
We mention them here briefly, but a visit is most desired, then you get a better idea of the
specials and values we offer for this sale.
WOMEN'S $2.00 COMBINATION
SUITS $1.29 Light and medium weight;
fine silk finished Combination Suits; in
high negk, long sleeves and ankle length
styles. Our regular $2.00 garment. Almost
"WOMEN'S 25c VESTS 19c Plain and
fancy styles; in low neck; sleeveless and
short sleeve styles; all sizes.
WOMEN'S 15c HANDKERCHIEFS
10c Fine, sheer, plain linen, with narrow
hemstitched edge, also with initial in cor
ner; best 15c values.
15c TOOTH BRUSHES 9c The fam
ous, keep-clean Tooth Brushes, in adult
sizes. A brush that is replaced if bristles
$1.25 ALL LINEN DAMASK 95c PER
YARD Heavy, full Irish bleached Dam
ask, extra good weight, made with a beau
tiful satin finish. Choice of ten very hand
some patterns, including satin stripe, floral
and spot designs.
WOMEN'S $1.00 GLOVES, 69c One
button, Washable Chamois Gloves, in the
natural colors. Size 5J, 51 and 6 only.
MEN'S $1.50 GLOVES $1.29 One
clasp, imported tan cape leather, and gray
suede gloves. The "Ireland" quality.
Just the glove for Easter and spring wear.
$1.25 NAPKINS, 98c "PER D0Z.--A11
linen Choice of several pretty patterns.
$1.00 LINING SATIN, 79c PER YD.
The well known yard-wide "two season
lining satins," in all staple shades. The
best lining for the spring suit or coat.
DORFLINGES'S 75c TUMBLHRS,
42c PER DOZ. These lead blown glass
tumblers; clean and smooth. One of the
prettiest table tumblers at any price. For
this sale 42c per doz.
HARDWOOD FLOOR MOPS AND
HANDLE COMPLETE 69c This is a spe
cial chemically treated mop that collects
the dust and dirt and made especially for
a hardwood floor. Only a limited supply,
are maelo about 1S to Jl inches, apait and
loaded with a straight (Vi per cent, dyna
mite; only one cap is used Thi.s causes
and explosion, and lifts the eartli from
tlie ditch Into the air, scattering It over
(he adjoining Held. In div work, the
holes are placed further ap.ut. and are
loaded with a to per cent, extra dynamite,
xvlth one electric cap In ench hole The
hlnst Is Hied with a blasting micntne. aim
tin- diit I.- raised and scittered as In the
other class of work. The cost of ditching
by these two methods of blasting varies
somewhat, but will onllnarlly run from
nine and one-half to li cents per cubic
yanl of eaitli excavated.
In blasting stumps, the object Is to get
under the heaviest part of the
slump, and far enough beleixv the
surface of the ground to insure
all the stump and the heavy roots being
ic moved. When tap mots are encoun
teied a hole should be bored Into the
root, and the dxn unite loaded within the
mot Itself. I-'or stump blasting l'i per
1 cent, extra dynamite is recommended,
j The essential nds'aiitages of blasting
slumps as comp.ircil xvlth other metuocis
of removal are le.-s cost, more rapid xvoik,
and the stumps are split Into trigments
thai Liui be handled
In blasting bouldeis tne taimei ha- Ills
choice of tluee methods. . bole may be
drilled Into the nick and loaded xvlth any
-trenstb of dynamite available. This
method leipdii's least dynamite, but tile
labor cost is m cuter than by the other
no thoils. X hub may be punched into
the gni'itul 'minedlatel.x luulft' the boulder
and ln.iilfl xs 1 th a lolly per cent, dyna
mite, 01 any ,-tiongei urnde. The other
method consists of placing the dynamite
on the top of the rock ind covering It
with a heavy layer or mud. This method
rciiulics the least labor ol' all, but slightly
The prevailing ri.ii with rig.ud to the
danger or dynamite Is vciy much over
iliaxvn. Dynamiti Is much safer to handle
than black poxxiler, ind if ,i reasonable
amount- of common seiie Is used in hand
ling It, no trouble neiil be expected
COUNTY COURT DOCKET.
William M Denn vs N. C. Florence,
replevin, W C. K. Flanders x-3. l K.
-MONDAY. MARCH 17.
Thus. F. I.cuiy, ,idnir. vs. City of liur
llngton, ca-e Aust.i D. Stiirdex-unt vs.
Albert h Riclia!'dnn. aspt. ; ,1ns. K.
f ashman v. Western Assurance Co.,
asspt. : A. 17 McNnllv vs. F.lvlo Fulton.
Apt., a.-spt : George Pratt & r'n., X's Holds
Nolston. trespnss, ,1. .1 I'oquette X's Fay
ette H Cn'klns, Apt . asspt.
at Essex Junction Tuesday afternoon al
onu o'clock xvlth builal :u Lake View
cmctery. The Rev O. Y. 311s officiated.
r farming; best adapted
Henry M. Cove
e, need if
I'AIUsllH- At Ids home In
tlon, February '.K, Kruiiclg
aged t.:i yeais.
ItUYNOl.DS- Ibitcroc! uilo n st Kel
ruarv -. .Miss Cntlieilne liexuolils. In
the Idst ear of her ugi
IIICIsllls -I William l llickok
son of the late Dr. William C. llickok,
died Kebi'iiai-v -0 at the iiHlilence of Mrs.
Iloiutin llickok n this i itx . iigeil s'l vents
Di. llickok xv.is a veician ,,f tlie Civil
War and had lived the latter part of bin
j I ic oi i initio it.fi ui
I'lobleni" wns discus-eil by
A. A. Hoi land, dairy husbandry depnit
inuit ef the Agricultural College. Tll-i
service or ililfeient grains to meet the
needs of the animal body wns explain
ed. The animal xvas llkinnl to a machine
xxblc-b nc ds repair iii.itti lal to keep its
working parts In older ind a supply of
fuel in proportion to the work to ue dolus
Wafci, ash and pioteip form the lepalr
iiL.tcrial, the last being of etpecial im
portance, wlille carbobxdi.iti s and 'ats
ate- the 'hlcr fuel mateil.ils
Only u sin. til part of the suluo of the.
food eaten remains for mill; production
after the losses in undigested food, In
testinal gases, uritiii, and for the xvork of
dlgewtlon have been deducted. Thes.i losen
amount to of tln eutlro food valuti
in corn meal xvhilo In xvlieat straw they
are much greater, amounting to Ol'e.
Cottonseed meal, Unseed meal and distill
ers lirled grains are high In dlgestlblo,
iirotein while wheat, bran, onls and corn
me comparatively low In net energy corn
moles blub and 1 IMIoxved by cottonseed
i meal, elibd dlstllbi grains and Unseed
' uieii. tClox i r hay loniulns mor than
two and a hall timet as niueli digestible
protein aa timoth.x hay and also morn
energy. '.I10 miukot price Is mil the true
Index of an ecouomiiMl main, shve a loxx
price is ant nit all a eoi respondlngly
low food value. The real index of value
Ik ihe eo.-l t xvhlch a feed lurnlslies 1 1
geslibl' ptntcln and eneig.x Measured lip
this xv.i.v xve Ilnd Unit xvho.it bran, for
Instance I- more expensive at W per
ton limn I" distillers dried grains at $:r
per ton slnco the former charges $12. 7'
fur jim lbs. of digestible protein xvhllo
the latter furnishes the same- for mils
18 1). Tho distlllcru dried grains also tur
nlsh cnergs- nt a lower cost. At the pres
ent iiiai kel pilces cottonseed nieal fur
nishes digestible rotcln at a low cosl
p,,r Jul lbs., Willie collimeal rurnislles
enemy at a loxv cost. A combination of
these I"-" concentrates xvlth a Bht bulky
feed like distillers dried grains milked
Ihe basis for an ceotiomlc.il Kruii uilx
ture. Cither gruins inuy be added If de
blied to give vmlety to tlie mixture
liVSAMITK IN HAND CldlAltlNd
1'iie use of ilynaiullc on the rami Ii
urowlng rapuiiy. aim nas iiecussltuled
Ha I ley
vs ( '.
I'orO-ls Cll-es i.t for Trial by .llirj
ill et 'rerin,
The doi kel lor the March teim ot Chit
tenden county ciiuri is noxv in the hands
of the printers and xvlll be Issued In a
tew days. The fnlloxvlng K cases apiiear
on the jury calcnd'.ir-.
Tl'ICSDAY, MARCH 11.
State vs. K.st. or dent go Thorpe,
troin Com.; IC. Henry Powell xs.
Granite Co., Asst., Kllus I.yman
W. James, Trove! ; C. II. Whetherhv .V
V. A. Indian! vs II It. Wllley, trover,
A. O. Huniidirey, Ailmi xs. Central Ver
mont H. n. Co., iiegllgiiic.i, II. J Cas.-aid
vs T II. Mlirphv, breach of contract,
A. E Wuireii i t il vs. P. H. Murphy,
case; The Frank .fones Hiewlng Co., vs.
Kinnk Rnlilllard, nst.
WHDNHSDAY. MARCH 12.
IJdiai I Itlckford vs. K. 1. Norton, asst.,
El nest (1. Not ton x-s. Guy Itlckford, asst.;
Amos Atwood, Adnir. vs The Mutual l.ltei
Ins. Co, of N. V., asst.; Morris llroxvn ss.
Thoma Daduc, leplevin; Michael John x-.-s.
American Woolen Co. neg.; DWphls
Desranlcau xs. American Woolen Co.,
neg.; Max I. l'lixvell vs. C. 11. Sp.iuldlng.
James Daxxson Vs. John IJrad-
'l loiiilh v A. heeleek.
Timoths A Wheelock died .. ester
da niortiing at 11.1." o'clock at tin
home of his -on at 120 College street.
.Mr Wheelock, one of the oldest busi
ness men in town, having been In the
plumbing and heating business for
ovei i;u veins suffered un acute at
t,iu k of i tit i t is earlx- In January, from
xvhlch he apparently recovered. Hut
about thru- weeks ago he began to
fail rapidly and for three days pre
eeding his death he remained in an
He xx-as born Timotliv Vd.ims Whee
loi k June IS, is;!2, at Waterville, and
xvas therefore In his Mst year. He
leariieil his trade In this city xvlth the
lute Isaac Dow In lc.ii Hati'r he set
up a business ol Ins own ami oceanic
I einarkablv successful. being very
well known for the ecellence of Ills
xvork not onlv In thl ch but through
out the State, lie did most of the
lifticiilt and best xvoik In the city for
hundreds of leading citizens and for
many of the public buildings.
He is survived by his wife, xvho xvas
l.ucv A llablxvin of lllnesburg, and
one son Harry c. Wheelock Another
-on. William, died at an early age.
He I- also survived bx a sister. Ml
Miii-lu M. Frederick of
a half-sister. .Mrs
of Itrooklvn, N. V.
Tlie funeral xvlll be held Friday
afternoon ul 2 "H o'clock at his late
home at 111 College street, the Rev.
1. C. Smart officiating. Tlie burial
xvlll be in Luke Viexv ci'inetery
Sir-. (Vila I. .Mono.
M .-. Cella I.yman died Fiidav
afternoon at I I" o'clock nt her homo
at HO South Champlaln street. Had
she lived till April 5 she xvould have
been in; years of age. Four xveeks
anii she fell mid broke her collar bone,
and pneumonia developed. She xvas
the xvldoxv of Gad lAniau, who died
mans, years ago She xvas born In this
Cella Smith, the daughter of
und Mnry lAdamsi Smith, but a
deal of her life xvas passed 'u
York citv. She had resided lu
thi" city for moro than 20 years, she
Is survived by is daughter, Mrs. l.ucy
Stevens. She xvas a woman wonder
fully bright for her years, a bti eat
reader and remarkably young In spirit.
She xvas a Methodist by faith. The
arrangements for the funeral had not
been completed last evening, but serv
ices xslll probably be lu'ld Monday.
.folm .1. A'rplim,
John J. Ve-nina oied Thursday mornlnpi
at S:V o'clock . t his home at 25 Germain
street after un !llnes with pneumonia,
since Sunday He xvas 27 years of age -n
January IS. He in survived by hie wife,
xvho was Miss Mary' Gnennn, his mother.
Mrs.Thurscll Vezlna, tsx'o brothers, Joseph
of Montreal and Louis .1. of this city, and
one slater. Hmnn, the wlf? of Fred Ro
land. Mr. Vezlna xvas t member of the Union
of St. John the Huptlst Council, No. 30,
and of the Catholic Order or Foresters.
He was a baker by trade
XI r. Charles XI Itehill.
Mis. Stella Mitchell, wife ot Charles
Mitchell, died Sunday at 12.15 o'clock
ut her home at so Ari'liinald street of
pleurisy of the luna. She wo. 22 years
of age. Resides her husband, she is sur
vived by a two months old daughter; her
mother, Mr.-. Joseph Lafond, four
brothers, Henry J., Peter K Harry J.
and Frank Lafond: six sisters, Emllle,
Mrs. Flora Ve7lna, Alma, Rose, Emma,
and Irene, all of this city.
The funeral xx-as held Tuesday morn
ing at St. Joseph's Church.
XI ris. .Vapolroii llenolt.
Mrs. Napoleon lienoit, formerly Mlsi
Alice Graxel of 140 Noith Union street,
died Thursday morning at 3.30 o'clock ol
typhoid fever at her home In St Hya
cintlie, P. Q. She Is survlviHl by her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. '.. Gravel, and llva
brothels and three sisters, Alphonso J.,
Albert J., Edward, Etiiiene nf this city.
Arthur of Springfield. Mas.-; , Misses Irena
and Virginia and Mis Louise Clark o
Spiingfleld, Mas--. x
Anna ii.ik. r
died at 2.1"
this city, and I ternoon at Her mum-
inter a xveek illnes
xx 7. of
'cm strec ,
rapidly, and has
H. s-eral niodlllcatluiis In dynamite to adapt
it to the dllfeieiit classes or work
In digging ditches, txvn tvpes of wm',
are recognised on xvet ground and on
dt x round U'ht-n the -on i iut, hot.
THURSDAY, MARCH 111
Hugh M. Moore vs Guy Potter Hen
ton, ciiiie; N. C Florence, admr of the
estate of Win C Ryan vs Ameiican
Woolen Co., neg.; O. 11. Arnold vs. K. K,
Ntish, asst.; H. I., t-'eeley vs. Central
Vermont R It. Co., case; .1 Ii. Collins
et til xs. estate Thomas dishing, app.
fic'ii probate; Luella H. Williams, Apt.
vs. estate of Agnes 1. Porter, appeal from
Com ; James Miller vs. S. 11. .Miller &
Trs., usspt.; K- H. Highloy ApL vs. Est,
ot i.'atoline Sherman, appeal from pro
bate. FRIDAY, MARCH 11.
J'.nrton O. Wi'stmore, Admr vs Jnmcs
U. Karrlck, case; Mary N. Dakln et al
vs. Est. Homer Kimball, appeal from
probate; Win. Ropes Trask, Us .V Tr.
vs. James lsnrriek et al, ense; Walter J,
llioggle xs. Allen Rattles, alienation;
llernaid II. Porter vs. S. II. Miller, Apt.,
asst ; John E. Kehuo xa, Nancy Mahoney
et .'1, trespass; Hlieparu - .xioreo i.uiuner
Co. vs. W. Ei Jackson. Atp.. asst.. H. C.
Rlclictson vs. Daniel Llzolto et ,il,
SATl'RDAY. MARCH 15.
Cbas. II. Stewait xs. I. J. Roland, Apt.,
case; (ilimston .V- ltosonhetg vs. Harold
Cohen. Apt , asst.. Mary A. Hoslorel,
Admr. of tbe estnto of Can oil A. Hos
lord, dceeaseil. vs. He'll Myers et al. neg.;
J.iiiu - I- Caslpnan vs. Isaac Pnrclin.in
el al X Tr . asspt , Sarah Alfred vs.
Jacob lvreliiuin, Apt , trespass,, Fannie IJ.
(.'. iok ii CUxtuii Hell tt l ipt
She xvas CS years of age She is survtx-il
besides her husband b.x txvo daughters,
the Misses Anna and Mirgaret and two
son". William nnd Michael
JiiM'pli liailger of Lohdcll. N. Y . dleil
In this citv Saturday ti huut noon. asid 51
years. He underxx-eni; an abdominal
operation early last week Mr.-, lladgtr
nrrlxcd here Saturday x-ening and took
the body Mondax mol ing , u l.obdell
for the funeral
Xlls Cntlirrlnr HejiioldN.
Miss Catherine Revnolds. foi many
years a resident of this city, died Tues
day at the State hospital at W.tterbuty,
In her tilsl year. Death xvas caused by
the grip and old age Stic xvas bum
March 17. IS22. at Six Mile Cross, County
Tyrone. Ireland, and came to thi" coun
try xvhen 12 yeais ot age, going to llxo
with an uncle near l.uiebee. She xxns em
ployed by the families of deorge and
Lucius Itlgeloxv, and cime fiom Canada
with them to ( 'hotel and later to this
city. For 2T. years she taught In a pi Kate
school here, and afterxviinls took up
nursing. n account of falling health
a nil age she went to tlie hospital to Ux'o
llxi' years ago. ns she has no relatives
to cue tor hei.
The bony xxas brought heie Wednesday
from Waterbitry and the funeral xvlll bo
held thi" afternoon nt txvo o'clock
at thi' chapel of St Paul's Church
Cltl'.AT VA1.1H". IN HKADlMi FOU
McCall's Mngrnzine 3 years... ,U.f4
Three McCaU's Patterns -15
Cincinnati Weekly Inquirer 1 year. .. l.ej
New England Farmer (nw) till April
, ir., 1 Til
HurliiiKton Weekly Frex Presi lyr . . UO
All th .iboxs to oi or separate ad
dresses In the Fnlted t5t Ue for only
three dollars. Anyonn wishing Daily in
r.l. nr il,u XX'a.,11.. TJ'mn Pi'na, iSmilil
add five dollars if ii Is to bo delivered in
JtiirtinB-ton or Wlnooskl. or tnree dollar!
by mall outsid
er. V Vary Sohqi rlnfion Ai!t.. Tt lloell
street. Rurllngton. Vt 42,6t&wlt
Mrs. Jennie (,'n-nx lint.
Jennie E- Casaxuut of lW Church
1 1 1 . ,i I Miiudax moinliig at i'M." ut
the hoine of hei sister, Mrs. ti. R. Will v,
,it Essex Junction after an Illness of 10
days xvlth lie.it t failure, complicated by
Rrlghl's disease. Mrs. C.isavaiit was bum
in Cambridge October s. lW the daugh
ter of l'Jmeison and Fidelia Austin. She
Is surxlved by her daughter, Mrs. T. 11.
Stopple of l!l Church .stieet. with xvhom
she niiiile her home, a sister. Mrs G R.
Wlllev of Esses .luii' Hon, ami a brother,
.tallies Austin of Itnkerstleld. The funeral
xx at lieM at the home of G R Wllley
COL. GASTON PROMOTED.
ot. Jnnn'i I'nrker nml !nj(ir U. I-
Tut r A No 4 ill iimffl.
1 1 I'M If', lilt' J' HIIIM " 1UI1 ell J IL L'U II
.1iiitrii.il -Hi-' t1m.i nt l"il lnnifs Tirltir
tit U Cuvalry. to ho HH pri'tUor loucnil
Cavalry, to Colonol, ana Major Dan
Irl I. Tatr. 3nl (Rivalry, to bo Lieutenant
fn-.n-llill- lFintl'li t.x tlt(lltln..lr1., 1.
IHV'1 V I HU I I I l,i Hllh I iVV I IM'I II 11)1(11
tht'lr ueU-t'.'inu'd uilaiKviuint
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