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THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER.
DEOEMBER 31, 1915.
KU-BHU-OID ROOFING ia still
giving perfect servica on hoinea
factorim, hirtn and every otlio
typo of hullditig. Roof nll your
nnd you will put an end to repair
billH. RU-RER-OID will notrot,
crack, or wnrp. It is uninjured
by spnrltn, pinoko nnd chemica
funien that would soon destroy
Tho RU-BER-OID Roofing on
tho rouudliouse at GasBaway, W.
Va., in still as Berviceablo ae wlien
it wannpplied 20 Yeara ngo. The
motal eiding put on the samo titno
began to fail fivo yeara ago.
STRONB HARDWARE C0,
JjEUOV C. RVSSELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Middlobury, - Vermont.
JAMES B. DONOWAY
Muntcip&l Judgo. General Practlce.
Hobcrt W. McCuen, Associated.
OHEKtT W. McCUEN
Battell Bloclc, - Middlebury, Vt.
Witli James il. Donoway, Esq.
JllA II. L,aF"L,I2UIl,
ATTOKNKY atld COUNSELOR AT LAW
Battell Block - - Telephone 141-2
LBEBT W. DICKENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 30 rtattntl Block, MladloDUry, Vt.
eollocUons a Spoclalty. Ueal Katato Uanrtlo
JOIIN I. WOODS
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Itooni 21. Battell Block
AUTO OALLS PltOMPTLY ATTENDEI) TO.
J 8. CHANDIjEIi,
Oolloctorot clalina CiArges reasoaabw
50 :t. .
yj K. MOOJRE,
No ob too targo or sinall to recelve protnp
attontlon. Tolophono connoctlon, or mafc.
dato wlth ItonUtor Ofnce.
Latost Mothod-t iu F.tcial Massage, Scalp
Trenling aud Manicuring.
Telephoiio Connection 110-5
R.iom. 28 Battell Biock
28mG Middlebury. Vt.
FOR A QUARTER OF
ir 4. ij : ! . j ...
$4.00 for 123 lb..tt or $2.00 (or
nbUlb aack and il wm be lorwArd
a complete liat of our Poultry Sup-
Cranulated Done, Meat Meal,
thing a routiry
man deaire to
leed hif lowI.
Vlfc't Pcifected I'oultry Food
N. IIawkins, So ShattBbury,
E. (I. & A. W. Nohtok, Vergennes,
A. K. Waui), Slioreham Center,
S. II. Buei.i. Lincoln,
II. B. Hu.vn.EY, Leicester Jct
A. E. Itltiaas, Ho. Lincoln,
1'imotiiy Bu.UNas, Ripton,
Clinton II. Roiiinson, Brandon,
J. O. BnitNon, Foreetdale.
OEOitaK Aunold, Bristol, Vt.
E. O. Norton, Huntington, Vt.
E. A. Pkeston, No. Ferrisburg, Vt
t J ! t ! t t t ! Ap 1p 4' 9
CH1EF EVENTS OF
ARRANGED I THE
X Record of Shipwrccks, Fires,
Stonns and Accidcnts
and the Year's
I t 'I J J 4 J t' I X t tt t X J 't' 'I 'V 't1
1. Expoaltlon: Panama-Callfornla cxpo
eltlon opencd at San DIcbo.
2. Obltuary: J. M. Wrlght, clvll wat
vcteran and mllltary annallst, ln
4. Flnanclal: London Stock Exchange
5. Supreme Court: Unlted Statcs su
premo court ruled that tho Danbury
hattcrs tnust pay JX.J.OX) flno for a
boycott set up ln 1902.
Ocn. J. 1. Hlnalter, vcteran cx-congrcss-
man; aged SC.
Pcrsonal: I'rcsldent Wllson'a daughtcr,
Mrs. Sayrc, gavc blrth to a son ln
the White llouse.
6. Obltuary: It. W. Shurtlefr, clvll wat
veteran and notcd artlst. ln Now
Yorkj agcd 75.
7. Mcxlco: Carranza'a forcea dcfcated
Vllla'a troops at Pueblo; Vllla lost 70C
10. Obltuary: Marshall P. Wilder, hu
morlst and author, at St. Paul, Mlnn.;
12. Obltuary: Mrs. John Wood, onco not
cd actress on tho Engllsh-Amerlcan
stage, ln Cngland; agcd SL'.
13. Earthquake: Earthquake ln Italy;
many cltles and towns destroyed,
Avezzano betng the prlnclpal sufterer.
About 30,000 doaths.
17. Soclallsm: Soctallsts of European neu
tral states met ln London for a peace
Obltuary: Gen. A. M. Stoessel, noted
ln tho defenso of Port Arthur ln 1304-5,
at Petrograd; ngcd C7.
Mexlco: Gen. lloquo Gonzalcs Gnrza
choscn provlslonal prcsldcnt of Mex
lco by the convcntlon at Mexlco Clty.
18. Obltuary: Gen. C. II. Tompklns, U. S.
A., retlred, ln Washington; ased 84.
Shlpwreck: Brltlsh stcamcr Pcnarth
wreckod on the Norfolk coost; 21 sall
19. Obltuary: Col. J. A. Joyce, federal
veteran, author and poet, ln Wash
ington ; aged 7C. G. 13. Frothlngham,
noted Ught opera star, at Durllngton,
Vt.; aged "S.
27. Mexlco: Provlslonal Presldent Gorza
and hls cablnet abandoncd Mexlco
Clty as a capltal.
28 Storm: Storm ravaged tho Paclflt
coost, causlng wldcspread damoge.
Mexlco: Mexlcau Flrst Chlef Carranza
reoccupled Mexlco Clty.
Pollticai: Presldent Wllson vetocd th
29. Mexlco: General Garza renounced th
offlce of provlslonal presldent of Mex
3. Mexlco: General Vllla proclalmed
hlmself presldent of Mexlco.
4. Obltuary: Alban J. Conant, veteran
artlst, dled ln New York clty; aged 93
G. Lusltanlu: ISrltlsh ocean llncr Lusl
tanla reached port ln England llylna
tho Unlted States llag.
10. Mexlco: Carranza, head of tho Con
stitutlonuliat party ln Mexlco, expelled
the Spanlsh mlnlster.
11. Unlted States Notes: Tho Unlted
Statoa addressed notes to the German
government and also to Great Brltaln
stating lta posltlon regardlng new
German war zono and the uso of th
Unlted States llag by Great Brltaln.
12. Obltuary: James Creelman, noted
Journallst, dled ln Berlin; aged 3.
Fanny Crosby, bllnd hymn wrlter,
dled ln Brldgcport, Conn.
13. Obltuary: Ellen Mary McClellan, wld
ow of Gen. George B. McClellan, not
ed leader ln the clvll war, at Nlce,
18. Obltuary: Frank J.anies, last of James
brothers, noted ln the clvll war and
later as desperate mcn, dled near Ex-
celslor Sprlngs, Mo. ; aged 74.
20. Obltuary: Frank Fuller, war gover
nor of Utah under Lincoln, ln New
York clty; aged 88.
Exposltlon: Panama-Paclflc lnternatlon
al exposltlon at San Franclsco formal
2. Mlnlng Accldent: Mlne exploslon at
Illnton, V. Va., kllled over 100 mlners
Obltuary: Chester W. Flrklns, poet and
Btory wrlter, ln New York clty; aged 33
3. War Embargo: Unlted States con
gress passed a resolutlon prohlbltlna
tho salllng of shlps carrylng fuel,
arms, ammunltlon, men or Buppllcs tc
any warshlp, tender or supply shlp
of a belllgerent natlon.
4. Polltlcul; The Slxty-thlrd congress
8. Thaw Trlal: Ilarry Kcndall Thaw
placed on trlal ln New York for con
splracy to escape from the asylum at
13. Thaw Acqulttal: Thaw and four al
leged consplrators acqultted on charge
14. Avlatlon Dlsaster: Lincoln Bcachey,
tho Ainerlcan nvlator, kllled ln lllght
at tho Panama-Paclflc exposltlon ln
Obltuary: Samucl Bowles, cdltor and
publlslier of tho Sprlngfleld Itepubllc
an, nt Sprlngileld, Mass. ; nged 64.
20. Obltuary: Charles Francls Adams,
hlstorUn and publlcist, ln Washing
ton; nged 80.
24, Obltuary: Mnry Anna Jackson, wld-
ow of Gen T. J. (Stonewnll) Jackson,
at Charlotte, N. C; aged 81.
C. Shlp Dlsaster: Unlted States subma
rlno F-4 sank oft Ilonolulu whllo mak
lng a sulnnergcd run. All on board
29. Flre: Flro ln .tho buslness dlstrlct ot
Spokano caused loss of ncarly JMO.OOO.
30. Neutral Protest: Tho Unlted States
protestcd agalnst tho Brltlsh order 4n
councll barrlng neutral trade wlth
4. Shlpwreck: Dutch llner Maurlta lost
ln storm olt the Atlantlc coast; 49 pco
5. Puglllsm: Jess Wlllard defcated Jack
JoliiiM.ni at Havonn, ( uba.
C. Neutiiil Protest: Unlted Stntcs chal-leijf-ed
(livat Brltaln's rlght to bar ln
nocent iifiitrnl shlps from belllgerent
Obltuary: Curtls Gulld, stntesman and
illploinat, ln Uoston; nged M.
7. Crulser Interned: German crulser
Prlnce Eltel Fiiedrlch Interned at
Ncwiort News, Va., tlll tho end ot tho
Obltuary: V. ilopklnson fimlth, author
and artlst, ln Now York clty; aged 78,
9. Mcxlco: Vllla's forces defeatQd at
Irapuato by Gen. Obregon g army.
10. Obltuary: Donald Nlckerson, Journal
lst, former edltor New York Trlbune,
ln New Y'ork clty; aged 84.
11. Naval- German sca ralder Kronprlnz
Wllhelni. whlch had captured and
sunk lt vessels, arrlved nt Newport
. . ,, ,, ,, , .fr.f n. ,, ,fr ,f , 4 .. . t fr ,fr . .
I I TDPICALLY
foii oy on
Affairs of liUervt ln llic
Political and Social VVorld,
Sports and Aiscel-
12. Mcxlco: Gen. Vlctorlano Huerta ar.
rlved ln .New York from Spaln.
Obltuary: Eben PImptoti, old tlmo ac
tor, ln New York clty; aged 02.
13. Obltuary: W. 11. Nclson, cdltor Kan
sas Clty Star, ln that clty; nged 74.
Stock Boom: Bethlehcm Steel Jumped
to 155 ln the New York Stock Ex
change, where 37,3ii0 shnrcs wert
14. Sportlng: Blg lcnguo bascball season
15. Obltuary: Ex-Gov. U. A. Woodbury
of Vermont, nt Burlington; agcd 77.
1C. Mcxlco: Vllla's nrmy defcated by
Obregon's forces nt Celaya.
Obltuary: Nelson W. Aldrlch, formei
scnator from Bhodo Island, ln Now
York clty; nged 73.
21. Munltlons Export: Prcsldcnt Wllson
ofllclally notlflcd Germany that thls
country would not fctop tho exporta
tlons of arms nnd ammunltlon.
25. Obltuary: Frcderlck W. Seward, son
of Secrctary of Stato W. II. Seward,
and who was wounded ln dcfendlng
hls father whcn nttackcd on Aprll 14,
lf5, nt Montrosc, N. Y. ; aged 83.
26. Ileat Ttccord: Aprll heat record of 91
degrees ln New York clty.
Crulser Interned: German raidlng cruls
er Kronprlnz Wllhelm was Interned nt
Newport News, Va., tlll tho end of
28. Flre: Publlc llbrary of St. Paul de
stroyed by flre; loss $375,000.
Peaco Congress: Intcrnatlonal peaco
congress met nt The Ilague.
Panama Cnnal: Namo ot Culebra cut,
ln tho Panama eunal, changed to Gall
30. Flre: Colon, Paninia, swept by flro;
loss $3,C00.O') ln the buslness dlstrlct,
where 405 liuildlnKs wero destroyed.
2. Obltuary: Ollvo llarper, nuthor nnd
trnnslator, ln l'lnladclphla; agcd 73.
Weather Vagaries: Frost, snow nnd
raln ln the cenlral west from Texaa
4. Political: Italy denounccd the trlplo
nlllance, of whlch slio was a membci
wlth Germany and Austrla.
7. Jnpan-Chlna: Japan dellvered an ul
tlmatum to China demandlng conccs
slons. 8. Japan-Chlna: Chlna nccepted Japan'e
demands wlthout quallllcations.
11. Naval: Warshlp lleet arrlved at New
13. Neutral Protest: Presldent Wllson
sent a noto to Germany protestlng
agalnst submarlno warfare on neu
trals, cltlng the Lusltanla case.
14. Portugal: Pevolutlon at Llsbon.
10. Portugal: New government proclalm
ed by revolutlonlsts ln Portugal. Tht
new premlcr, Joao Chagas, shot by u
17. Naval: Presldent Wllson revlewcd tho
warshlp lleet on Hudson rlver.
18. Naval: Parade at New York.
22. Volcano: Lassen Peak, Cal., burst out
Personol: Itoosevelt won hls defenso
sult agalnst charge of llbel made b
25. Japan-Chlna: Japan nnd Chlna slgncd
treatles to carry out Japan's demands.
Neutrallty: Presldent Wllson proclalm
ed Unlted States neutrallty ln the wat
between Itnly and Austrla-Hutigary.
1. Convcntlon: Unlted Confcdcrnte Vet
erans met nt Richmond.
2. Mcxlco: Presldent Wllson wnrned tho
Mcxican revolutlonlsts to make eace.
Baggago Law: New Unlted States bag
gaso law went Into cffect.
3. Personal: Gen. Bennett H. Young ro
elected commander ln chlef Unlted
Trust Victory: Unlted States petltlon
to dlssolvo the Unlted States Steel
corporatlon denlcd by court of appeals.
B. Sportlng: Walter J. Travls won hls
fourth Metropolltan golf champlon-
shlp, dcfeatlng J. G. Anderson 2 up
ln the flnal, at Pye, N. Y.
8. Personal: Wllllam Jennlngs Bryan ro-
slgned tho portfollo of state ln Wll-
8. Personal: Itobert Lanslng appolnted
secrctary of stato ad Intcrtm.
Leo Frank Caso: Georgia prlson com
mlsslon reported agalnst commuttns
scntenco of Frank, alleged murderer.
10. Fryo Cnse: Germany announced that
the case of tho slnking of tho Unlted
States shlp W. I'. Frye by a German
crulser would bo referred to a prlze
court and not settled undcr the treaty
of 1S2S, ns thls country had demanded.
Neutral Protest: Second noto of the
Unlted States to Germany on tho Lu
sltanla caso was publishcd ln tho
Unlted Stntes nnd also dellvered to
the German govcriinuiu ln Berlin. It
relterated tho note of May 13.
Obltuary: Gen E. L. Molineux, noted
clvll war olllcor, ln New York clty;
12. Sportlng; Molla Bjurstedt won tha
woman's luitlunal tcnnis cliamplonshlp
nt Phlladclphi 1; pioro. 4-fi. fl-2, C 0.
Storm Disastcr: 13 portons killcd and 50
liurt ln a storm whlch swept over Wls
consln, Iowa nnd Mlnnesota.
13. Obltuary: Col. C. E. Woodruff, U. S
A., noted surgcon nnd authropologist,
ln New Itochelle, N. Y.; agcd C3. .
17. Peace Leaguo: New ioaco league or
ganlzed ln Philadelphia.
Indlan Troubles: Yaqul Indlans declar
cd war on tho Unlted States. Fleet
ordcred to sall for lower Cnllfornla
to protcct Ainerlcans.
18. Sportlng: Jerome D. Travers, noted
nmatcur, won tltlo of open golf cham
pionship of tho I'nited Statcs, defeat
Ing McNamara. nt Baltusrol, N. J.
Thaw Case: Ilany'K. Thaw granted n
Jury trlal to test his snnlty.
19. Naval: Tho Aiion.i liattleshlp, blg
gost Unlted Stntes ssuperdroadnaught.
launclud ut Biuoklyn nuvy jard.
23, Earth(iiake: Kniiluuriko ln Mjuthorn
Cnllfornla c uised Ids.s f Jl.ono.fOO.
24. Fryo Ca'-e: I'nited Rlatis seut a note
to Germ.'Mv imklii" for a leuunsldor
ntlon of il. e 1": ' r e. .-., lefuoirr,' to uc
cept Geriiiuny's funteullou that lt wns
n cn"e for n prlx.. emirt.
Brltinh Ulii.ki'ile: (lioat Brltaln an
nouneed iu the 1'nlted States that lts
blockadi' a -alnsi neutral trade wlth
Germany "Uld rontiuuc.
V. Mexlco: Cairnnza troops occupled
Obltuarv: lt ifael .losuffy, colebrateil
plnnlst. ln New York clty; nged C3.
Sportlng: Yalo defcated llurvard ln thp
vnrslty rni o. nt Now Ilavcn, .wlnnlns
all varslt fr.'Hhman nnd second var
27. Mexlco: Pen Ilue ta urrestcd nt New
man. N. M.. bv Unlted States mar
shals on r''ar'40 of consplraey.
28. Sport'n ; . t'orncll won the varslty
raco nt Pou ilikcepsle, N. Y., wlth Lo
land Stnnfoid second. Tlme, 20:30 3-5
also Junli r rnco ln 101-5, wlth Penn
sylvanla rec md Ryraeuea won the
frcshman raco ln 9:29 3-5, wlth Cornoll
19. Obltuary; O'Donovnn Itossa (Jcrc
mlah O'Donovan), Irish patrlot leader,
ln New York clty. agcd 81.
M. Personal: Gcnevlcve t'lark, daughtcr
of Speaker Cliamp Clark, marrled nt
Howllng Green, Mo.. to James M
Thomson, a New Orleans Journallst.
2. Obltunry: Gen. Porflrlo Dlaz, former
presldent of Moxico nfter scvcral
terms and deposed by Madcro, ln
Parls; aged S5.
3. Attemptcd Assasslnation: J. P. Mor
gan, tho bnnkcr, shot at Glcn Cove,
N. Y" by Frank llolt, n German col
Obltunry: St. Clatr McKelway, cdltor
of tho Brooklyn Eagle, ln Hrooklyn,
N. Y. ; nged 70.
7. Storm: Tornado wrought havoc ln
the mlddlo west. Clnclnnatl surfered
most; dcad reported at upward of 40,
wlth many mlsslng.
8. Neutral Illghts: Germany repllcd to
the second note of tho Unlted States,
promlslng to safeguard Amerlcans
undcr thelr own tlag.
14. Neutral Hlghts: Tho Unlted Statea
government notlfled Great Brltaln that
thls country would not recogatzo pro
ceedlngs undcr Brltlsh orders ln coun
cll as vnlld.
Thaw Caso: Harry K. Thaw declared
sano by an ndvisory Jury ln Now York
16. Flood: Flood ln Ohlo caused loss of
$2,000,000; 6 persona drowned.
18. Sportlng: Norman S. Tabcr of Boston
mado n new world's 1 mlle run record
at Cambridge. Tlme, 4:12 3-5.
21. Annlversary: Southold, N. Y bcgan
the 275th annlversary celebratlon of lts
24. Neutral Protest: Thlrd Amerlcan note
to Germany on the torpcdolng of neu
trals recelved ln Berlin. It refuses to
compromlso wlth Germany on neutral
rlghts nnd declares that further en
croachments will be consldercd "de
Steamer Dlsaster: Lalie oxcurslon
steamcr Eastland went down at her
dock ln Chicago; out of 2,408 passen
gers nnd 80 crew 981 were drowned or
27. Hnlti: Political revolt agalnst Presl
dent Guillaume of Ilaltl to avengo the
exccutlon of 1C0 political prlsoners.
Guillaume took refugo ln the French
28. Hnltl: Ilaytlan revolutlonlsts lnvaded
tho French legatlon, dragged out tho
deposed Presldent Guillaume nnd shot
hlm to death.
29. Haitl: Ilaltian snlpers kllled 2 Unlted
States marines who landed ln Port au
Prlnce to ald ln protectlng forelgners
from the mob.
31. Obltuary: Dr. W. A. Croffut, Journal
lst, traveler and author, ln Washing
ton; nged 60.
2. Neutral Rlghts; Germany refused to
consldcr the W. P. Frye damago caso
a matter for negotlatlons wlth tho
Unlted Statcs. Great Brltaln lnslsted
upon her pollcy of restrlctlng neutral
trade wlth Germany.
3. Storm: Cloudburst at Erie, Po,, caus
ed a loss of (0,000,000 ; 75 deaths.
4. Brltlsh Blockade: Great Brltaln sent
thrco notes to tho Unlted States up
holdlng hcr blockado of neutral ports.
6. Ilaltl: Unlted States naval force oc
cuplcd Port nu Prlnce, Ilaltl, to pro
tect Amerlcan rlghts.
Obltuary: "Maarten Maartens," Dutch
novellst, ln Zelst, Holland; agcd 57.
Mexlco: Conferenco of A. B. C. powers
and the Unlted States over Mexlco
met ln Washington.
6. Ilaltl: Unlted States forces took for-
clblo possesslon of Port Au Prlnce;
reslsting Ilaltlans llred upon.
Obltuary: Gen. B. F. Tracy, lawycr and
soldlcr, former secrctary of navy, ln
New York clty; nged 85.
10. Mexlco: Unlted States battleshlps
Loulslana and New Hampshlre salled
for Vcra Cruz, Mox., to quell antl-
The War: Unlted States decltned to put
an embargo on tho sale of munltlons
to belligcrents and agreed to accept j
pay from Germany for the Blnklng of
the shlp Frye.
11. Mexlco: Gen. Carranza resentcd Pres
ldent Wilson's attempt to restore peace
General Carranza wao notlfled that arm- I
ed Interventlon ln Mexlco by tho
Unlted Statcs would not bo approved
by the A. B. C. powers. !
War Treasurc: Ileavy shlpment of ;
Brltlsh trcasure, includlng 19,000.000
ln gold, arrlved at New York.
12. Volcanocs: Vesuvtus, Stromboll and
Etna, the Italian volcanoes, bccamo J
Hattl: Ilaltl elected Dartlguenave pres
ldent. 14. Obltuary: John W. Horper, noted ,
publlslier, ln New York; aged 81.
Mexlco: The Unlted Statcs and Argen
tlna, Brazll, Chlle, Bollvla, Uruguay
and Guatemala, Jolntly, appealed to
Mexlcan partlcs to make peace.
15. War Itlot: niot ln Boston; Italian re
servlsts assaulted pollcemen who pro
tected Gcrmans from the mob.
Obltuary: Gen. J. C. Black, noted law
ycr nnd clvll war veteran, ln Chicago;
16. Storm: Troplcal hurrlcano flooded j
Galvcston wlth watera of the gulf;
other polnta on the coast lnvaded.
Ixiss cstlmated at $30,000,000 and deaths
upward of 300, wlth many mlsslng.
Frank Case; Leo Frank, Georgia llfe
convlct, forclbly taken from prlson '
at MUIedgevllIo and hanged near Ma-
rletta, homo of hls alleged vlctlm,
Convcntlon: Natlonal Educatlonal asso
clation met at Oakland, Cal.
17. Tho War: The Unlted Statcs agreed
to a Jolnt board to settlo tho dlsputed j
Fryo damago case.
n. Mexlco: Carranza's gencrals announc
ed that they would Bupport hls objec- 1
tlon to engngo ln a peaco conference.
The War: Great Brltaln declared cotton
24. The Arnble Case: Berlin lnformed
Washington that the kllllng of Amer
lcans on board of tho Arablc waa not
Conventlon: Conference of governors
met ln Boston.
IS. Obltuary: John D. Long, former sec
retary of nnvy, at Ilingham, Mass.;
Obltuary: Paul Armstrong, playwrlght,
ln New York; nged 46.
10. Conventlon: Spanlsh Amerlcan war
vcterana met at Scranton, Pa.
Cold AVave- Frost ln tho mlddlo west.
11. U. S. Submarlnc: Unlted Statea F-4,
whlch sank oft Ilonolulu March 23,
4. Flre: Loss of f2.0u0.000 by flamcs on
tho graln pler ln Newiort News, Va.
Sportlng: Amateur golf champlonshlp
of tho Unlted States won by Robert
A. Gnrdner of Chicago, who defcated
John G. Anderson of Mount Vernon,
N. Y., 5 up nnd 4 to play, at Detrolt.
7. Brltlsh Gold: WG.OiiO.OOO ln Brltlsh gold
reached New York vla express shlp
ment. Sportlng: Wllllam M. Johnston won the
natlonal tcnnis slngles champlonshlp
at Forcst IIIlls, N. Y., defcatlng Mau
rlce U. McLoughlln, wlth n scoro of
1-0, C-0, 7-5. 10-8.
8. Conventlon: Amerlcan Bankers' nsso
clatlon met nt Seattle, Wash.
9. Ileat Wave: Temperature 90 ln New
York: hottost Sept. 9 slnco 1S84.
Obltuary: Albert G. Spaldlng, baseball
veteran and sportlng good3 mnnufac
turer, at Polnt Loma, Cal.; aged 65.
12. Pereonal: Naval advlsory board np
polnted, wlth Tliomas A. Edtson, chalr-man.
15. Heat Wava: Temperaturo 88 ln Nan
Torkj hottest Sept. 15 on record.
Sportlng: Dlrectum I. mado new world'i
paclng record of 1:5C for three-quar-tera
of a mlle wlthout wlnd shlcld, al
Syracuso, N. Y.
16. Contraband Trading: Brltlsh prlze
court condcmncd $16,000,000 worth ol
Amerlcan goods as contraband forfelt
to Great Brltaln.
Ilaltl: Tho Unlted Statcs rccognlzed
tho new Ilaltian goverjjmcnt of Prca
Ident Dartlguenavo and concludcd a
treaty cstabllshing n protcctorato for
17. Arctlc Exploratlon: Vllhjalmur Stef-
nnflson, the cxplorer, heard from nfter
a sllenco of 17 months. IIo waa ln
Banka Land and reported flndlng un-
18. Mexlco: Pan-Amerlcan conferees on
Mexlcan affairs postponcd declslon
12, Mexlco: ln an affalr between Unlted
Statea troops and Mcxican lnvadcrs at
Progrcso, Tex., 1 Amerlcan and 11
Mexlcana wero kllled.
Obltuary: Dr. Austln Fllnt, noted physl-
clan and allenlst, ln New York clty;
18. Obltuary: J. Kclr Hardle, noted Eng
llsh Soclnllst, M. P. and lecturer, ln
27. Exploslon: Gosollno and dynamlto ex
ploslon ln tho buslness dlstrlct of Ard
more, Okla., kllled 55 peoplo and ln
Jured over 100; property loss $500,000.
Conventlon: 49th annual oncampment of
tho Grand Army of the Itepubllc open
cd ln Washington.
28. Conventlon: Farmers' Natlonal con
gress opencd nt Omaha.
Personal: Presldent Wllson welcomed
the G. A. R. veterans ln Camp Em
Sportlng: Tho Philadelphia club cllnch
ed tho Natlonal leaguo pennant at
Boston by defcatlng Boston 6 to 0.
Wlrelcss: Wlreless phone tnlk waa oc
compllshed between Arlington, Va.,
and San Franclsco, 3,000 mllea.
Convcntlon: Sons of Veterans onnuai
encampment, ln Washington.
War Annlversary: Semlcentennlal annl
versary of tho Washington grand re
vlow of 1SS5 by 20,000 G. A. R. veter
ans. Storm Dlsaster: Gulf hurrlcane etruck
Loulslana coast; deaths cstlmated
80. Wlreless: Speech transmltted by wlre
less phone from Arlington, Va., to
Ilonolulu, 4.000 mlles.
Sportlng: Boston bccamo Amerlcan
league champlon through the defeat
of Detrolt by St. Louls, 8 to 2, at De
1. Pcrsonal: Capt. E. R. Monfort ot
Ohlo elected commander ln chlef of
the G. A. R.
4. Convcntlon: Internatlonal Farm con
gress opened at Denver.
5. Submarlno: Germany dlsavowed the
Blnklng of tho llner Arablc and agreed
to pay lndcmnlty for loss of Amerlcan
llves when tho Bhlp waa torpedoed.
9. Sportlng: Ilarvard defcated Carllsle
ln football, 29 to 7, at Cambridge.
Gll Anderson won 350 mllo nuto raco
for tho Astor cup, at Shecpshead Bay.
Mexlco: Pan-Amerlcan conferees voted
to recommend tho Carranza party ln
Mexlco ns tho do facto government.
11. Convcntlon: Natlonal Woman'a Chrla
tlan Temperance unlon met at Seat
13. Sportlng: Boston Amerlcans defeatod
the Philadelphia Natlonals ln the flfth
and dccidlng gamo of the world's se
rles, 5 t(J, at I'hlladclphla.
19. Mexlco: The Unlted Statea, Brazll,
Chlle, Argcntlna, Guatemala, Bollvla,
Uruguay, Colombla and Nlcaragua
formally recognlzed Gen. Carranza
hcad of the do facto government of
21. Wlreless: Wlrelesa telephonlng ac
compllshed between Arlington, Va.,
23. Sportlng: Cornell defeated Ilarvard,
10 to 0, nt Cambridge, Mass. Prlnceton
defeated Dartmouth, 30 to 7, at Prlnce
26. War Blockade: Steamer Hocklng,
salllng under Unlted States flag, selz
ed by a Brltlsh crulser off the port
of New York.
Obltuary: Herman Rlddcr. German
Amerlcan edltor, ln New York; aged 64
2. Shlpwreck: Steamer Santa Claus, off
Oregon; 15 deatha.
6. Obltuary: P. A. B. Wldener, capltal-
Ist, ln Philadelphia; aged 82.
Football: Ilarvard defeated Prlnceton,
10 to C.
7. Neutral Protest: Unlted States note
to Great Brltaln declared the Brltlsh
blockade lllegal and a curtallment of
10. Japan: Emperor Yoshlhlto, formally
crowned at Kloto.
Storm: Kansas, Ncbraska and South
Dakota hlt by a tornado; many ueaths.
Flre: Loss of $4,000,000 at plant of Beth
lehem Steel worka.
13. Football: Yale defeated Prlnceton by
13 to 7.
14. Obltuary: Booker T. Washington,
ncgro leader and educator, nt Tuske-
gee, Ala.; aged 57.
16. Obltuary: Susan E. Dicklnson, Jour
nallst, slster of Anna E., the "glrl
orator" of clvll war days, ln Scran
ton, Pa.; aged 84.
Mlno Accldent: 32 mlners kllled by dust
exploslon nt Ravensdale, Wash.
19. Storm: Record eastern galo of 72
mllea an hour on tho upper Atlantlc
Obltuary: Dr Solomon Schechter, noted
Blbllcal Bcholar and authorlty, ln New
York; agcd C8.
20. Football: Ilarvard defeated Y'ale, 41
to 0, ot Cambridge, Mass.
22. Rallroad Accldent: 1S persons kllled
ln a clrcus trnln head-on colllalon near
25. Tornado: 12 kllled and 30 lnjured by
vlolent wlndstorm near Ilot Sprlngs,
26. Mexlco: At Nogalcs, Sonora, about 20
Mexlcans and 2 Amerlcan soldlers
wero kllled ln a long rango shootlng
27. Football: Army beat Navy, 14 to 0,
ln New York.
S0. Neutral Rlghts: Great Brltaln selzed
at Saint Lucln the Amerlcan steamer
Exploslon; 30 workmen kllled nt tho Du
Pont powder plant at Upper liogiey,
2. German War Charges: The Unlted
Statea requcsted Germany to recall
Boy-Ed and Von Papcn, nttachcs of
tho embassy at Washington. Dr. Karl
Buenz and nssoclates found cullty of
aldlng Germany by fnlse Bhlppere'
4. World's Fair: Panama-Paclflc expo
sltlon closed; utttv'idance over 17,0o0,
000; prollts fL'.noo.ot
Peaco Mlsslon: Ford's ieaco mlsslon set
out from New York.
6. Slxty-fourth congress convened.
Political: The Unlted Statcs asked
Austrla to dlsavow tho act of slnking
tho Italian llner Ancona on Nov. 7.
10. Personal: Boy-Ed and Von Papcn re
callel by Gormany ns requested by
tho Unlted Statea on Dec. 2.
(I. Chlna: The councll of stato reported
that the recent electlon declared for n
13. Personal: Marrlageof Presldent Wood
row Wllson to Mrs. Edlth Bolllng Galt.
19. Political: Electlon ot deputles ln
26. Personal: Admlral Gcorgo Dewey'a
78th blrday celebrnted.
27. Conventlons: Amerlcan Soclety of In
ternatlonal Law nnd Pan-Amerlcan
Sclentlfle congress ln Washington.
B Conventlon; Amerlcan Illstorlcal as
soclatlon meeta ln Washington.
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Place your orders for Bran and
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Having arrangedfor an addition built
on my sbop, I am prepared to do
flret class HORSESHOEING. I have
two careful and experienced men
who v.'ill liandle your horses with
kindneBt and good judgment. We
are using a
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E. H. THOMAS
Free Modtcnl Book-iu cele
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1 Fevern, CVmprt!nn, Inflammatlons 23
2 iiniM, 'Worial,eer . . . ... . 25
3 t'nlle, CryliiK aml Wakofulnemof Infatua 2A
4 lilarrliea.of Chlldrraauit Adultj .. . 23
7 I'onsln. I'olJi. IlronehltU 33
8 Toolliarhc, Kaceache, Neuralf?la ... . 23
9 llendm lie, Slek Ileadaclie, VertlRO. 2.J
10 lliHpep.lt, Indlsestlou, Weak Momach. 23
13 ('rmm. 11 jrod)u. h, LaryngltU .. .23
14 Kalt Itlienm, i:ru;tlns 23
13 ltlieuiiiall.ni, I.uinS:e:o....i.
18 I'err nn.l Asne. llalarla .,.... .23
17 I'lli-s.liUn'lerl.locdliiK.EitermaMnternal 23
19 Cntnrrli. InOucnza.ColdlnllAul .. ..25
211 Vt hn.ii.ln-j ouli 23
21 Anlliina.Oppressed.Uinieultllreothlas. 23
27 lilJney Ill.enae 23
2H prom J)ebllity. Vlt.il Wentnr-i
30 I'rlnnry lneoiilliieiice, WetUin iied 2.
31 hurnTliroal. Juluy 25
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