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W The DEIINEATOK Witl ETjtf Age One Year $1.55 Published Every Saturday Morning $1.00 A Year In Advanca Pour Monllis' Trlul Siibscilption to The Agc 25 CENTJf The Peoplo's RiehtB A Reprosentativo Deraocracy Tho Union and tlie Constitutiou Without Any Znfraotions. AILL THE NEW We Do Job Prtnting VOL. LXII. NO. 30. WOODSTOCK. VT.. SATlTRDAY. FBBRITAUY 17, 100(1. WHOLE NO..:il3?. WoodatooK Bufilnoes Cardc. DRFft.dEWETT'8 DENTAL ROOMS OtEH DAY AND EVENINO nrit-olnii wor. JPrioti modert. OfflflB p4 riUMiio,''flarkr Heui," tt nd ot Ita Fark. BOSTON WHOLESALE MARKETS. To inake tlie aphdiili-il ijuotallons of vuljie allke to bllei' and f.f llf r. tli" jhsuiuh of l i maUet, piefacliiK Uv (luotutluiiu. slinlil ba caivfiilly read. In a luaikei uf thls iliuiac ter It 19 Iraposalble lu Klve inliea for cvery day of tlie woek. Nnllng, Iiokpvit, lue gennal tendeiuy uf ti-adc, suffl. lcntly m; riiratc 'quotatlotn wtll Iw Wvm uii wliUli tealera can afly lae tlirlr 1 1 arien-tlous. PiIcps tn mnnv of llir loeal wholo Bale jnorKots sbow a nllKlir downward teridenoy. Poultry In imrllculnr is ea.-Jng off under I'nll ri-mlpts. Con cesslona have beon mnde oa ccrlulu branda of llntir. Hutter ia Hlendy, h faiiey ci'ui.ry nriii, Whllo Uiere is nn ensier reelliiK I" Ihe -K8 niarket. CIipi'ko lu In llghl siiid. FLOUR Mlll shtintnta. sprlng pa tents, $4.fiO(5'G; wlnter palenlH, $1.20 W4.G0; traclo oomnilltee sprlng pa tents, $4.00tfi'5.75; clears, $:i.G5 4;!0; wlnter patonts, $4.&0r.15; siralghtn, $4.20(i5; clears, lli.OOdf-MO. IU'TTER--Crenmery, extra Ver mont and New Hnmpshire, 25 l-2c; northern New York, 25 l-2c; western, 251825 l-2c; flrsts, norlliern, 2:i21c; western, 232tc; enslern creamery, best. inarl;s, 21c; Inlr to sood, 21(0) 'J'-'.c; creamery fsecomln. 2022c; thlrds, 1 7(fT18c. ; Hlorago creamery ox Ira, 22(f02:ic; llrstH, 20fii21c; dalry Verinont extra,' 2"c; New York and Veiniont 'firats, 20'22c. ; seconda, 18 l9e.; westPi'ii Iniltatioii creamery, lE?20c; weslern laillp, lGffi'17 l-2c; j)aclilug atook, 15 1-21G i-2c; ren ovutpd butter, 1SCi20c; boxes and inlnts, lG(?f2Cc. C'HKIfiPR Npw Yoil; twina, fancy, Hfi'U 1-2c; fair to good. 12 l-2 13 l-2o.; Vermont (wlna, fancy, 13 1-2 r,iHc: fair lo good, 12(S'l.'i;. EfiOS-I-'ancy liPtinery, 2np2Gc.; eastern extiaH, 22v; eaRlern common to good, 1921c; Indlana, llllnolu and northern Olilo best niarks. 19 1-2 20o ; olher fipsb weatern, 1819c; fiesb laid soutlie.rn, ISffT 19 l-2c; re frlgerator, UitfTHc I'HOVISIONS Heavy backs, $18; medlnni baeks, $10.75; heavy aliort cuts, $18; medlum sliorl cnta. Jir,7r,. long culs. pndf. $19."C U0.2&; bemi poik, $1 1.25S1 14.75; loose naJt porlr, fl .'!-8c; coriieil shoulders, 8 3-4c; smoked Hhoulders, 9 l-4c; fresH sliouldera, 10 l-4c; freab rlba, 11 3-4 12c; prpssed haniti, 9 l-2 i i a,, nfUillit'll Ililiii.i, IZ l-2'ip 1S l-2c; regnlar small banis, 11 7-S(H 13 C-Sc; bolled lintns. 1717 l-2c; bacon, 12(317 l-2c; 'BcTsUet, 10c; bologna, t,'.; fraukl'urts, !l(if'10c; mpn'i s1au?aB? I '-'e.; sauaage raw leaf lard. 10c; rendered leaf lard In bnlli, 10 1-Sc; In iialla, 10 7-8 11 1 Sc; pure leaf lard In Uulk, 9 1-Sc; In palls, 9 7-S(fj110 1-Sc; rountry dressed hogs, 77 l-2c Dni2SSRD POOLTRY Fresb kllled nortbern and eastern fowln, cliolce, 15lGc ; common to good, Kbf14c.; clilckens, cliolce large, lSe ; mlxed slzea, 14lGc; nrarby brollers cliolce, 3 1-4 to 4 lba. per palr, 23 25c. 1b.; fair to good, lG20c; plg eons, $11.75 doz.; aauabs, $2.503 doz.; western dry-packcd ln boxea, turUeys, cholco small yonng, 21c lb.; large young toins, J9fi20c.; comnion to good, 17lSc; capons, fancy large, J7CilSc. lb.; mlxed welgbts, lr.ifilGc; clilckens, cliolce large, JBc; fair to good, 1214c; fowls, cholce, large, 14c ; common to good, 12(913c; ducUs, 12f Uc; geese, 1012c; western dry-packed ln barrels, lur Iteys, cliolce young, 2021c; common to good, 1619c; fowls, cbolco, 13S1 13 l-2c; conimoa to good, 11 1-2 12 1-i'c; clilckens, large roasting, 14c; mlxed slzes, 1213c. ; old cocka, 10 l-2llc BEANS Cliolce band-plcked pea, $1.70; screened, $1.551.G5; second, $1.401.50; cholce Uand-plckcd medl um, $2; Bcreened, $1.C01.75; small white Callfornla, $2.302.40; cliolce band-plcked yellow eye, $l.C5(g1.70; comnion to good, $1.501.GO; red kldney, $2.G52.75. FRU1T Apples, klngs, $3X05; Spy, No. 1, $34; baldwlns, fancy, $3.504; No. 1, $303.50; No. 2, $2.25 2.75; greenlnga, $3.253.75; talman sweets, $23; common sour varle ties, $22.50; cranberrlea, Cape Cod cholca Inrgp dark, $lStfI20 bbl.; cratea, $07; gi'npo frull, Plorlaa cliolce, $4.B0G; oranges, Florlda, tn dlan rlver cliolce, brlght, $3.504; otber Plorldaa, $2.50 3; Callfornla navels, $2.G03.50; slrawbenles, Florlda, 35G0c. qt. POTATOES Aroostook Oreen Mt., G5G7c; hebron, G3G5c ; roae, 5S 00c ; Island reds, G0'G,G2c; chenan goes, C5i557c; aweets, Jersey donble head, $1.75 2.25 bbl.; vlnelands, $2(g 2.50 bbl.; baskets, S5c.$l. VBGETAI3LES Cabbage, drunv head, $1.251.50 bbl.; aavoy, $1.25 bbl.; red cnbbage, $1 box; atrlng beans, $6.5007.60 crate; butter beans, ?G.507.00 crate; cucumbers, No. 1, J1718 box; No. 2, $Gft; carrots. G0 C0c. bu.; parsnlps, 40G0c; let tuce, 25(fi)S5c. doz.; romalne, 75c. doz.; onlons, natlve, 4O80c bu.; squaah, $3 3.25; Cuban. $3 crate; leeks, 60C. doz.; yellow ttirnlps, 90o. bbl.; French white, $1.75'5'2 bag; white egg nnd purple top turnlps, 40 50c bu.; radfshea, $11.25 box; splnach, southern, $1.C02 bbl,; bcets, 7590c; buncli beets, $2.25 doz.; marrow squash, $l.2G bbl.; tur- ban squash, $1.25 bbl.; hubbard, $25 ton; pepers, $5 crate; egg plants, eouthern, $33.C0 bskt; celory, pas cat, 22.G0 doz.; Boston niarket, $3 doz.; parsley, $1.25 bu.; mlnt, 75c. doz.; watercress, 75c doz.; toniatoes, hothouse, 50c. lb.; southern, $5 Gcrate; okra, $2 crate; brussels aprouts, r10 5c it.: mushrooms, Jl.50iT2.50 bskt; artlchokea. 1.50 bu; southern kale, 75c $1 bbl.; oyater plants, 60G5o. doz. bunches; beet greens, 6076c. bu.; Callfornla caul lflower, $1,60 3 crate. The auclent Romaus were groat oys ter eplcurea. SHIP SUBS1DY. Nalional Senate Voles In Favor of It. I2y Its Provlsions There Are to Be Es tabllslied Thhteen Contract Mall Lmes It v;ill Follow the Brltltih Prjctice by Creatiny a Naval Ke ucive of 10,000 Olficers and Men Who Will Hiceive R-talners-The Vote on thf Mcasure Stood .18 to 11. U'iinlilnr.lim - Al a I'pw nilnnti's af ler t; (I'cluclc, I'Vb. I I, lln' SfiiaiP oumi Uk llnal ballnl ou llio nubslily sblpplim lilll. wliicli waa passed by :i volo of to 27. All flio voles for llio blll woip by Itepiibllcan si'iintors, and flvo Rcpiildi can KPimtom votod wlth tlit' Dpiiio- i'I'.'Mh lu oiiposHUin, Tlt.y wiu'tirMHmti-H, ltiul;tu, lilnv- p', I.nKollPtto, Hpooupr and Wuinor. 'I'Iip vote oa ,i li o bill was precedt'd by aclion upon n nitinbor of timendmiMiia and tlils by an ontlro day of debatc. Jlany Important nineiKlmonts weio ncceptcd, but In only ono case waa a modldcation agreed to tliat waa not in accordanco wlth tlie wlabes of tlie manafiers of tlie bill. The exception was an amendment offered by Mr, Spooner eliminnting tlie provislon givlng half pay to mem beis of tho naval reservp who have sorvcd less than six montlis. As passed the bill establlslies 13 new contract ninil llncs and increaaes tho subvention to tho Oceanic lino vunnlng from the Paclflc coasfto Aus tralia. Of tho 10 new Unos threo leavo At lantic coast ports, one running to Hra zil, one to Unigiiay and Argentina and oiip to South Afrlca; slx from ports on tlie sulf of Alexico, embraclng one to Itiiizll, ono lo Ctiba, ono to Mexico, and three to Central Amerlca and llio Islliinus of ranama; four from Paci fic cnast ports, pmbracing two lo Ja pan, Chlna and the Phlllppines dirpcl, onp lo .lapan, C'hina and the Phllip pinps vin llawall, and nne to Atexlco. (Vntral Amerlra and tlie lthmus of Panama. Tlie blll also granln a Kiibvfiillon at IIip rale of $13 per groas loa ppr year lo cargo vpksdIh Pngagpd In Iho roivlga trade or tho Uniled StalPfl and, al llip rale of ?r..5()" per ton to vph.mpIs engagpd in tho Phillpplno trade, tho I'hlllppinp.PaaJ-Mti- ponod nnfil 1909. AnolhPi- fealuro of Ihn bill s Ihat orpatlng a navaj reservo force of 10, 000 ndlcers and men, who are lo re ppIvp retalneis after Ihe nritish prac Hpp. V'.ip1m rppplviiifi: snlisldlpa arp rp qnlipd (o carry a cerlaln prnporltou of naval resprvo nipn ainong their crPws. The agifrPKale roninpnsalloii fnr iikiii liiii-H ih .iiiiiiii a.'I.llllO.OOO annual ly. No slpam vphspI of lpsa Ihan 1000 tons ia lo rp;PvP ;,', rWif llU' poseil of tlie r.lnlt'hood blll waa inade llu iinllnlc.lied buslnPHs. The President a Guest. Wasliinglon President Roosevelt wlll Ijp among the guests of Congress innn I.ongworth when the Ohlo con grpssuian glvesi hla farewell bachelor dlutinr. Tho necretary of war, who haa nomowhat stood sponsor for much of the courtshlp of Mr. Longworth nnd Mlfls RoospvpH, wlll also be in the parly. It was nol known iintll lalo Ihat tlie I'residPiit wonld go lo tho dinner, whicli Is to be glven in Ihe Longworth liomp. No maltpr wlial hls personal wIsIipm are in Iho niatter, it ia not thP cnslom of the President of tho Unlted Staten to accept the h03pitallty of his frlends except in an officlal ca pacity. The only exceptions the President has mado to tlils rule have been in the oa.sp of Vlce Prpsidpnt nnd Mrs. Falr bankH. He was onco entertalned at dlnnpr fly the vlco president and hls wlfe, and several weeks ago ho attend ed a rerpptlon glven In thelr home ln honor of Iho senate. Kven though ho Is to be his son-in-law, Mr. Longworth lias scored a nota blo sotial arhievemeut ln obtalnlng the Presldpnt's consent to bo hls gtiest at dinner. There Is no question that President Roosevelt was anxious to consent, for he Is partlcularly fond of Mr. Ixmgworth and wlll bo met by a party of congenlal young men, four of whoni are grnduates of the Presi dei, ' alina mater. rire Insurance Company Qults. Wllllmantlc, Conn. At a rpeeut meetlng of the Windham County fire insuranci company held at Brooklyn, this atate, It waa voted to go out of buslness and to Instruet the agents to cancel jiolicles. The assets wlll be dlvided among tho pollcy lioldera. The raason for the nbandonment of buslnpss ia that several lecent llrps hao enlalled conslderable losses, de pleting the treasury and brlnglng Ihe teservp fund for relnsurance, as re qulrPd by slatutp, below the reo.ulred llgure. The company has been In exlstence about elght yean and placed Insurance upon farm, property. Jan. 1 It had as sets of $17,006 and liablllties of $19, ltiS. The policies In force nmounted to $3,428,292! all In Connecticut. Gen. Greely Gets a Department. Washington, D. C Gen. Greeley, who has been the chlef slgnal ofllcer for uinny years, waa recently trans ferred to the staff of Ihn arniy, with tlie rank of major general, nnd asslgned to duty l(Trominaml of the southwe.st dlvislon witlt headquartei-s in Okla homa. Gcn. Groeley wlll tnke com tnand of hls department March 1, Cotton Splnnlng Looklng Up. Cotton splnnlng In Lancashlre pays weii. In the year just closcd the prof its on the shnres averaged 10 percent, after paylng Interest on loans and bonds, while on tho entlre money In vested, Rurplns nnd all, the proflt was 13 percent. Tlie balanco sheets of elghly-elght mills represent a share capltal of $17,500,000 and loans and mortgages of $8,750,000. The plants stnnd in the books for $21,400,000, the splndles number 7,320,000 and the act ual net proflt was $3,374,800. In 1904 the net proflt of the same number ef Monument at El Caney. Samiago Do Onliu. Cnban ei' titude, Aiii. th an cordlnllty and otli. inl dlgulty markpd the colPlirailoii of ihe unvellliig 4)ii I'Vb. 14 of Ihe niouumeui al i.'l Caney In honor of the Amerlrans who thelr llves diiring Ihe tlege of Ha niiago, The Amerlean oltlfPi'ri pntliiinlasth'al ly pralso (lov. Yerro, .Mnyor llarardi and ihe Ciilian milliai) otllrerK nnd w for their licarty rereptlnu. .lauy iliousands of people ciowded El Cam'y roail, bnt In splte of tlils there was no i-sriiins bloi'kade, the pollcp liuinuf.e luetii belng ppifpft unil lhejo.id npial lo a clly boiib-vaid. Al IIip at i ifl'l.l ihf .".tli artlllery and tlie Cuban nrtll Ipi baiiilM altPi'iiuled lu playlng mlll iai and othpf atrs. I ieiii. (ien. S. II. M. Youug, leprc siniing President Roosevelt, in a dlg niried spp.pfh greeled the Cuban ottU'Ials and people. (ien. Andrada, represent Iiib Prpsidpiit Palma, reponded and' elocpteiitly exiiressed thn natlnnil grat luulf to IIip Unlted Stntes, and the de ij'iip of Citha lo co-operate wlth the I'nlled Stales lu every respert. IIp saiil in uii PinergPiU'y Aiuerli-a can de- piMid upon Cuba as a tnllltary w a coni nn'ivlal ally. , , ltear Admlral Hlgg'inson, Hrlg. Gen. SV. N. Ulsbee, Urlg. (Jen. A. li. Mills, Capt. H. C. Clark and Col. A. C. Sharpe, Amerlr-ans, and Gen. Oarcla Velez, Cu ban, made patrlotic spceches. Iloth the Cuban and the U. S. artlllcry flred a salute, and Col. Webb C. Ilayes, un velled the monument amid great en thiisiasm. Clergyman's Wlfe a Sulcldc -Lyoos.N,X Sarah Geanette Wrlght Tlnl;er, the benutiful and acconipllshed wlfe of Rev. Dr. E.ra Tinker, pastor of the Methodlst Eplscopal church here, and one ot the niost promlnent minlsters of the denomlnatlon in tlils stale, committed sulcide recently lu her husband's abaence by inhaling gas. Temporary derangement of mind, fol lovIng a long illness, was the cause. Ur. Tinker came here last October from the Brown Memorlal church ln Syracuse and conteuiplated assuming the pastorate of the State Slreet Meth odlst Eplscopal church in Bristol, R. 1., afler Aprll 1." Mrs. Tinker came of a nnted famlly. Her nioiher, the late Joanna Mcl-ean, was of a well-knowri New York clly famUy, and her father, the late Dr. S. II. Wrlght, was a noted botanlst aud M-Ientlst. ,Mrs. Tinker's lllnfnn was really due to 'trie death of her three ehlldren in trtvt In ml Wcx cnma irii'i ro o frt Fmm -mpntnerfarTney-'ait nien witnni n week. )r. Tinker had orranged her brealc-' fast for her and went downstairs to eat hi'i. While he was gone tho wife dlsconnecled Ihe tube frora the read ing 'Innip, tnrned nn the BUb full, pilt the tubp ln her niouth and dled In her rhair. Beslde tlie husband, one son, Prof. U-r.jino' UT TlnLor jjiinaplntpndent Of publlc sehools at Waterbury, (Tmn.. survivps. Alaska's Governor Reslgns, Wasliinglon, U. C President Roose velt has Just recelved and aocepted the reslgnatlon of John G. Brady as gov ernor of Alaska. The reslgnatlon was haiided to the President on behalf of Gov. Brady by Judge Peele of New York. No annouucement of the successor to Gov. Brady yet has been made, but it is known that the President has in mind the man he deslres for tho of llco. It ls not unllkely that the appoiut ment.when made wlll go to Lieut. D. II. JarvlB formerly an ofllcer of the reve nue cutter servlce who conducted a re llef expedltlon several years ago to a party of whalera at Polnt Barrow, and who now is the general manager of a largo salmon cannlng company on tho north Paclflc coast. Willlam T. PcrUIns, anothcr candl date for appolntment of governor, was presented to tlie President by Senator Ankeny of Washington, and Richard S. ttyan, who was chosen to Iook alter the interests of the people of Alaslta In Washington thls wlnter. Fire in Buslness Dlstrlct. St, John, N. B. A serlous nre start ed In the centre of the buslness dls trlct of thls city at 2 o'cloclc Thurs day raornlng and a heavy loss was threatened. The flames were flrst seen In a jew elry storo occupled by J. H. Mcthiffy on the corner of Klng and Canterbury streeta and rapldly communicated to the storea occupled by the Amerlean clothlng company and Brock and Pat terson, wholesale mllliners, on the Klng slreet sfde of the btock. At 2.30 the flro threatened two ad jolnlng bulldlngs. Tlie block In whlch tho flre stnrtcd ls four storles In height and Is ot Btone. The scene of the fire Is noar IIip Western Union telegraph offlce and the newspaper offlces on Canter bury atreet. Plan to Oust Prof. Foster. Chlcago, 111. The reslgnatlon of Geo. Burman Foster from. the professorshlp of Ihe philosophy of religlon In the dlvlnlty school of the unlverslty of Chlcago is to be demanded. ills book, "Tlie Finallty ot the Chrls- tlan Religlon," and hls artlcle ln the February number of the Blbllcal World have aroused such a storm of critlclsm from Orthodox minlsters that the de- mand for hls retlrement frora the dlvln lty school has assumed vlgorous strength. The vlew of Prof. Foster were at lacked Sunday by Rev. Johnston Myers In Immanuel Baptlst church and by Hov. John Roach Stratton ln the Scc ond Bnpllsl church. Dr. Stratton callcd fnr hls reslgnatlon. Charges wlll be preferred agalnst Prof. Foster. mills was only $155,000. In 1903 thero was a loss of $225,000 and ln 1902 the loss was $7,000. EngllBh holders of the shares are happy thls year over the wonderful change In the results of thelr Investmonts. Easy Way to Carve. Freddy Hved In a boardlng housa near where they had been excavatlng for tho subway. One day when he saw his mother struggllng wlth a partlcu larly tough stea.k tho boarders were convulsed to hear hlm plpe out: "Mama, why don't you blast UT" CONDENSED NEWS OF THE ENTIRE WEEK FRIDAY, February 9, 1906. Bnstnu conininn rounrll defeatn thn inunicipal llghlliig order, 15 lo 44, Rpceivers of the Piovldent. Securl lles, nnd Banklng Company of Roston ln wage vlgoroim war ln Colorado for conirol nf the Shenandoah lompany, Flre in Htevons block ln Wnrcesler, Mnss., does damage of $100,000, 15 men ure hurt, several esapo from buildlng on lnddors nnd rope.i, and iielglibor ing thealre ls (llled with amoke dur Ing progresa of a mallnrp. (ieruiau press prnlsea tho work nf Piof. F. G. Peabody nf llnrvard at the unlverslty of Berlin. Strlke of 10,000 nial inliif rs oul ln l'pnnsylvanla. Steamer Ilragoman from Indla brlngs to Boslon iwo deserters from Mad Mullah's army ln Egypt. New York I.Ife Investlgating com mlttee makes a partla report recom mending that legal proceedings be in stltuted agalnst Hamilton and McCall to secure further accountlng or restl tution. SATURDAY, February 10, 1906. Col. Cole of the Boston pollco board says that girls stories of losing thelr hair aro greatly exaggerated. Mrs. Addle Thomas and daughter, formerly of Salem, Mass., accused of shopllftlng In Chlcago. Siiqw, raln and slush yesterday gave Boston its most uncomforlable day of tfle wlnter; heavy snowfall tled up tralns and street cars ln Vermont and western Mnssachusetts. Danes In Amerlca sendlng many flor al offerlngs foy the funeral of Klng Chrlstlan. Paul iJiwrence nunbar, cnlored poet and author, dles at Dayton, O., aged 31. Congressman Longworth at home sick wlth a cold; Mlss Allce vlslts hlm, and expresnes no nlarni. Hotel relief bill passes the Massachu setta senate and ls sent to the house at once; proposed to make Oct. 12, Co lumbus day. The London Statlst deslres tho Unlt ed States to undertake the pollelng of Morocco, "for the sake of raalntaining tho woria-s ik Flre wlpes out tho town or liittleton, W. Va., leavlng hundrcds homeless and hul. three houses standlng. Mnwniv, e.iru.r, ic,' isuo. Willlam E. Barrett, edltor of the Boston Record and Advertlscr, dles of pneumonla at his home In Newton, Chinese hlgli commissioners arrlve "L"u-"'.'' .nee something of the city, uuRWttoT,m'o'neVB nuVr'sTndTe'wele'rs. Young Edward F. Cook kllled in Jamaica Plaln, Mass., by collapse of a shed when he knocked out prop, Bishop Scannell subpcnaed as wlt ness agalnst Pat Crowe. Maine man under arrest at St. George, N. B charged with shoollng lather and chlld of woman who had dccelved hlm. Alfred A. Hall, defaulting clly olerlt of Nashua, N. H., relurns from Chl cago. Boston negroes aay they wero glven $4 each to "do up" Braintree pollcp offlcer. President Dolan of the Plttsbitrg raliiers Issues a statement. declarlng that Mltchell's hands aro tied in mak Ing contract wlth anthracite operalor. Servlces ln memory of Abraham Lln colri. Mr. Ixmgworth ncarly well and may bo out agaln today; Mlss Roosevelt contlnues to rpcelvc costly preseuts. Death of Matthew Dolan, well known Boston lawyer. Major John Blgelow, Jr., assigncd as milltary advlser to the governor of Massachuetts. Fatal rlot starts ln a Chlcago church and ends In tho street. Crulser Tennessee makes 22.15 knots on Sunday test off tho Maine coast. Qulncy, Mass., granite manufacturcrs In locking out 1000 men plan to test tho agreement wlth the union; men dlsputo clalms of the assoclatlon. Schooner Joseph Hay wrecked In Vlneyard Sound. TUESDAY, February 13, 1906. Boy arrested at Sprlngfleld, Mass., admlts flring employer's barn. Chinese high commissioners vislt mills in Lawrence and Lowell, are hon ored at state house and tendered ban quet at Algonquln club in Boston by Gov. Gulld. injunctlon issued agalnst Norwood, Mass., Typographlcal union upon ap plicatlon of J. S. Cushing Co. Itallan government clrcles hear that the Moroccan conference is about to brenk up, London understands the re ports are well founded, but the delo gates at Algeciras sr.y an agreement wlll be reached surely, somehow. Balfour makes shrewd apeech at Lon don meetlng, and Is regarded as pret ty sure to retaln party leadcrshlp. Westminster kennel club annual bencli show opens In New York; 3000 dogs, 83 breeds. Natlonal Commnnder James Tanner of the G. A. R. glven a receptlon at Young's hotel, Boston. Fortleth encampment of the Massa chusetts department G. A. R., and con ventlons of flve allled orders opens In BoBton. Itussell Whitney kllled by trala at Hyde Park, Mass. Commander George W. Mentz, U. S. N., dles suddenly ot apoptexy In Phll adelphla. A Llterary Dlary. Thero aro tho qulet and mothodlcnl boys and glrls who llke to koep thlngs In order as well as thelr noisier brothers nnd siatora. Both sorls havo thelr work to do in tho world, and cach sort shouid respect tho good quallties of the other whlch ls the Chrlstmns splrlt, by tho way. Tho qulcter ones mny be glnd of tho kur gestion that thoy keep n llttlo dlary ln whlch to jot down refereiices to books and artlcles approprlnto to cer taln seasons or holldays. The p'oasuro Clasi of 101 mldshlpmen graduated al Annnpolis, no reference made to hnzlng. President Mltehell prepnrlng dc mauds of anthraclto coal mlncrs, and he says ho IS too busy to reply to Do lan. Senator Tlllmnn nRks for and gets an otlipr rallroad Investlgatlon; I.odgo speaks on rale leglslatlon. Boston nssorlated board of trado goes on record agalnst tho ono day off ln flve for llrempn aud for revlslon of llqnor laws. Llewellyn Newbert, who confessed that he set two flres In Charlestown, Mass., to be examlitPd as to his san lly. (lowin, tho desperado held at Ports niouth, identlfled as one of tho Read ing, Mass., safeblowers; he and hls un Identlflod pal bo.und over for Aprll term of court. Elght nurses in a Phlladelphla wom an'a hospltal carried 19 patients out during a flre, ahd all proved hcroines. Boston Greeks taken Into custody In eonnectlon wlth the Nlcholas murder, allowed to go, with one exception; but Ihey must remaln In the city. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 14, 1906. Heroic rescues at a flre on Waltham street, Boston. Flve-year Montana 'copper war be twpen Henry H. Rogors and F. Augus lus Heinze comes to an end. Condltlou of John A. McCall, ex president ot the New York Life Insur ance Company, so serlous that tho last rltes of the church are admlnlstered, C. B. Smith of Boston becomes In sane ln Tampa, Fla. Chinese lmpertal commissioners vlsit Wellesley college, to which they are welcomed by an address ln thelr own tongue; armory at Sprlngfleld inspect ed in the afternoon. Mother of Miss ChrlstlneM. Kr nl.aton, flre vlctlm, sues the clly of Lowell, Mass., alleglng negllgence. Countess de Castellane remalns flrm in her purpose for divorce or legal sep nratlon. - Antliraplto ow. Yorlc nnd 6ree upon a pollcy toward mlners; scale comraltteo of thc workers has its deraands nearly ready. Lynn, Mass., has a dangerous flre re sultlng from explorlng for a gas lealc with matches. Halr snlpper ctits off locUtt of Mrs. William Grant of Wakefleld, Mass.; little Florence Halplu of Charle.stown also a vlctlm. Congressman Longworth presided over the house in committee of tho 'goVilfilSroftiKrd. n'',', Jury at Dedhara awards Mlss Jennie C. Ueadel $10,041 damages in her breach of promiso nctlon against Adam Uoclc. Chalham, Mass., flnds itbclf wlth llio anomal- of four helectmcn, both El dredges clalmlng seats. Congressmou hear nrgumpnts con cernlug need of natlonal nssistnncc to counleract tlio gypy and brown-tail moth ovll. Col, J. Payson Bradley clected com mander ot the Massachusetls depart ment, G. A. R. Mrs. Ollve M. Goddard pf Bnvklon chosen president of the MasKnchiirPln department, W. R. C. THURSDAY, February 15, 1906. Mrs. Annle A. Leveridgo of South Roston lmrned to death in hcr home. Mlners and coal oporators to open thelr conference in Now York Thurs day. New Bedford, Mass., ofllcial shuts water off from state armory because of unpald blll. Grand Army encampmont concluded with a banquet at whlch Gov. Guild, Mayor Fltzgerald, Corp. Tannpr and others spoke. Mrs. Lue Stunrt Wadsworth wlns tho thrce-conered contest for depart ment junlor vlce-presldent of the Mas- sachusetts W. R. C. Walter Penney of Lynn, Mass., chos en dlvislon commander of the Sons of Vetcrans. Senate committee may report the rallroad rate blll wlth Its most Import ant feature, the court revlew section, unacted upon; Cullom slck; remainder evenly dlvided. Observauce of the 25th annlversary of Chrlstlan Endeavor. Bx-Prealdent John A. McCall of tlie New York Life rallles sllghtly and de- fends himself and hls work. Helns.e interests In the copper truce to be paid between $30,000,000 and $40, 000,000 In money. Dr. W. II. Mtirphy, famous Yale ath lete nnd coach, dead. Germauy (.hallenges for a serles ot yncht racea off Marblehead. Subscriptlons to Irlsh .parllamentary fund comlng from all parts of Unlted States. Boston merehants' assoclatlon dlvid ed on whether Mayor Fitzgerald is do- Ing good or harm to city by hls tlls closures. Natlonal senate passes the ship sub sidy blll, 38 to 27; many important amendments; bill starts 13 new con tract mall llnes. t Boston immlgratlon flgures for Jan uary show a decrease ot 731 from the same month of last year. Recelvers of tho Provldent securltles and banlting company, ot Boston, bring a blll ln cfltiity to recover $1000 allegpd to havo been unlawfully paid as divl- dend to a stockholder; other simllnr actlons mny follow. of cclobiatlng red-lolter days is greal ly increasod by tho knowlodgo of tholr past hlstory, nnd tlils w flnd olther ln books or ln tho mngazlnp artlcles plpver wrlters hnvn composed wlth much study. Thls hollday season Is an oxccllpnt tilnio to mako a begln uing. St. Nlcholas. rrojocting llght rays a dlstancc ot flfty lnlles, a now electrlc searchllght of 20,000,000 eandlo power has Just been expprlmnnteu wlth nt Montrpux France. DEFENDS MIMSELF. Ex Pretildent McCall Rallles and Suyt He Has Done No Wrono. New Ynrk.lohn A. MiCull, ex prt'hldi'iit of Ihe New Yorlc Ltfe In suraiu'o company han cent from whnt ma be hls death bed n det'ence of hls own work'ln the company nnd of hh rclniiutis wiili Andrew Hnmllton. The stuiPinpnt was made to hls son, John C. Mcfnll, auil others gathPred In the deaiU chamber. "If It'.s God wlll, l'm ready to go," Mr. McCall told hls son. "I've Hved a clean life as I saw lt. No man, woman or chlld tan sny that I ever wronged theiu." When askod whctlier hls father made any referenco lo Hamilton, young Mc Call said: "My father has tho greatest lovo and confldenco for Mr. Hamilton. There was nothlng wrong In Mr. Ham- llton's rclations wlth iy father or tho company. So srcat Is hla trust ln Mr. Humllton that If he wero to mako hls wlll today he would nnmfi hlm as one of the executors." Young McCall gave out thls state ment concernlng hls father's condl- lon: "My father rallied .sllghtly In the afternoon, but he is stlll a very slck man and is not out of danger. All members of the famlly, except. my mother, reallze how serlous hla Illness s, but the fnct that he is near hls death has been kept from her. 'As to tho exnct nature of hls ill ness the physlclans havo dlsagreed. It is some forra of liver trouble. My father's mind is unaffected by his ill ness, and at present is as clear as It ever has been." Immense Amount of Cash. New York, N. Y. F. Augustus Helnze's representatlves here said that Heinze wlll be paid In cash for his controlllng Interest in the Unlted Cop per company, under hls "harmony agreement" wlth the Amalgamated. It Is estlmated that between $30,- 000,000 and $40,000,000 will be paid to hlm and hls frlends. The Standard oll and Gtiggenhelm Interests wlll advance the money. A majorlty of the Unlted Copper stock wlll be transferred to a new und Indepcndent holdlng company, whlch wlll be controlled by the Amal gamtited. Bnt In a sense the copper war ls end- cd by a truce. Mr. Heinze, whUf KP.rvinPiiW.ia .j-ngreement ls stul frce to llht the Amalgamated if he chooses. "I am perfectly free to carry on any now Htigation in tho futnre," said Mr. Heinze. "But the Unlted Copper prop erties that have been taken over are so located that the old lltigatlons are end- cd for all tlme. In a word, there are now no interlaclng propertles belonging to tlie Unlted Copper und Amalga mated. All tho rights went wlth tho propertles taken over, coiisequently all the old dlsputes are closed. "1 Shall 1)P hpnvtlv intMi-PMtprl in ,thp ested. I do not know vrhich wlll have Ihe greater Interest." Bandits Indictcd. Dover, N. 11.- Indlctments for blcak- lng aud enleriug were returncd Feb. 14 by 4ho Strnfford rounty grand Jury againat Joseph Gonln and "John Doe," rc-al namo unknown, tho two men who aio held without bail al Portsniouth charged with the murder of Gulseppl Giampa, a passenger on a Boston & Maine cxpres-j, at Rockingham .lunc tion. Feb. I). ln tlie indlctniPiitK the men are charged wlth breaklng and entoring the ofllce of Ihe I.uddy-Ciirrler shoe com pany here. It is expcctod the indlct ments will bo held over them, pending tho outcome of the trial on the mur der chargp ln Rockingham county. Nearly $25,000 In House. New Haven, Conn. The New Haven police have a warrant out for the ar rest of Edward F. Qulgley on tho charge of backlng the pollcy game. The other day when the detcctlves 6enrched Qulgley's house at 25 High street, near ly $25,000 ln cash was found In several rooms, one ot the searchcrs statlng that the place was lltorally "plastered with greenbacks." It was intended to arrest him later, but Quigley and tho money had gone when the police vislt cd the house. Three arrests have been made ln eonnectlon with tho crusade against tho pollcy players. No Jolnt Maneuvers Thls Year. Newport, R. I. Naval offlcers hero have recelved word that the Idea of having Jolnt army and naval maneuv during the comlng summer has been practleally abandoned. Lack of funds is glvpn ns the renson for the reported declslon. The state of Georgia offered iho board tho use of terrltory for tho maneuv' ors, but It was estimalcd that the ex- pense of transportatlon lo that state would amount to half a mlllion dollars wlrtch was considered prohlbitiw Leglslative Fellcltatlon. Columbus, O. The house has adopt- ed a jolnt resolutlon lntroduced by Mr. Paxton of Clnclnnatt congratulatlng Representatlve Nlcholas Longworth and Mlss Allce Roosevelt on thelr ap proachlng marrlage. Thls ls the flrst tlme, so far as mem bers recall, that officlal notlce has ever been taken by the Ohlo leglslnture of a weddlng. Mr. Longworth served ono term in tho Ohlo houso and two terms in the senate. Blrmlngham Church Destroyed. Blrmlngham, Ala. Tho South Sido Baptlst church, one of the most haud some edlflces ln tho city, was destroyed by flre shortly bcforc mldnlght, Fcb. 11. Loss $57,000; insuranco $25,000. -One of Hls Lucld Intervals. A vlsltor al a lunatlc nHylum no McPd ono of Ihe Inmntes walklng aliout Iho grnunds pnahlng In frnnt ot hlm a whcplbarrow titrnod tipsido down. Tho vlsitor Rtoppeiriilm and inqulr ed tho reason for Iho ltnusunl procod urc. "Why, you rpo," said thc dpmonted one. "If I tnrned it rlght slde np they'd pul hrlcks ln It " Harper'a Weekly ? The Fame Benjamin Franklin fiy Carroll D. Wrlght, President o Clark HERE has hpcn bnt Ti been but oiu- Cporge Washington. These two nninps and ever wlll bo, inneparabl llnUed togelhpr In Hip artVctions o and rovcroncc or Aincrlcans, for tlioy have bppn tho two men of grentent ipuowii that all Amerlca has yot producod. I mh can be said without dlBnaiacemcnt of any ot the great Revo- j 9 olutlonary patrlots whose names wo aro glad to honor and lio placed thla nntion under lasllng obllgatlon. V-i. l''rnnk lln nnd Wnshlnirton ennnot bo comnared. . . . Each waa the complcmpnt of the other, but for actlon, for belng ln the very poatilon for whicli hls great abillty and hls unquestloned patrlotlsm ftttcd hlm, Washing ton must ever stnnd flrst, and Franklin on u pedcstal a little below that ot hla sreat compeer. Franklin was a great Amerlean. a statesman, and a great diplomatlst, and today we must look upon hlm as a great Bostonlan. Boston's flrst debt to Franklin was to hlm as a prlnter nnd mechanic. Franklin was ever prouu or tku iiRtlnctIon. Prido in his trade lasted through hls life. . . . Tho next debt to hlm wnB ns n scteutint. TrL the Archlmedes of modern tlmeshe was an Inventor, and moro than inventor; ho was a phllosopher In the hlghest realma ot sclencc He was a nhllosrmhpr. nnri na n ilillosnohcr could not bo a dogmntlc tllC- ologian, but our debt to hlm Is great Itideed for his Chrlstlan splrlt. tor his phil- osophlc receptlon of all the Ills of life. nnd for the deeds ho sent ringtng the ages. No young man or woman can read tho life of Franklin without In spiration, without belng influenced to a better, cleaner llfo, nnd thls ls tho grent test. - The nrtist can naint tho scenea at all its dreariness and its sufferiug, and but no painter and no sculptor can glvo us the llfo of FrunUlln ln I'nus, u transt'cr to canvas the untirlng patlenco; tho wonderful perslstency, tho buIi llme results of hls efforts there to save hls country and to mako lt great. Tho palnter mlght reproduce thnt wonderful and marvelous sceno bofore the Prlvy Councll, and reproduce the attltude, the expresslon, the immobillty ot comite nnnce less the humlllatlon of our hero but he could not palnt tho flrm will. the determined snlrlt. the control of nasslon which enabled hlm to hear tnai orde.il, and showed hlm the victor, and In deep gratitude, In deep appreclation, then, lles the course oi au posiov Ity. Let Franklln's prlnclples, let hls ncts, let liis patrlotlsm, let his wonder ful servlces never be forgotten, but let the Goddess of Llberty, whom he helped to crown, wlth each revolvlng year speak to Amerlcans and unlted Amerlca the name of Benjamin Franklin. Some Men Don't Succeed By Jlnnette NE of the brightest , . a 1. Oi ciaies inai ono reasou wny Buiut; jniii uu uui " - j tor iu thls world Is because they have not tho proper stlmu- "Thelr homcs lack those little touches of refiuempnt which bring thc best out of thuni. "Neatness and tasto aro possiblo in the poorcst liomos. Let a woman mako tho atmoaphere as dainty as her liioana allow, and sho will raisc her husband to tho saiuo standard. "And aa she elevates hlm thc effect ls felt upon horself, her ehlldren, her home and her futnre. Some men rcspond nioie slowly to the toucli ot a wom an's liand dlsplayed in their homes aud upon their surroundings. "The task may seem hopeless to the wife at tiines. But nootin ur rater " rlez nisnomo t6iRnrdm6ml rcsjionna "But iufiibo iulo that home a softening louch, bo it ever so slmple, nml th man fecls it, even though he may not dlreclly notico II. "Ilc imbibcs lt unconsclously, and its eh'eet ii- suro upon him." AIoii liko bPlnn told thpy aro lovcd, pvi'ii ns tnucli as thoy dclhdit iu telllnt! thelr tlancces of thelr affcctlon for them. Yet a girl very orten ovorlooks Ihls. snpmlng to thlnU that men do not appreciato liltle aitPntlons, lun prerer to undertake Iho whole of tho love-makliig thPinsplvcM. Thls mny bo so in indivldtial cases, but the man who doen not onjo.v belng told that he ls dear to the heart of hls charmer quito uu except loual person. AIpii nre suscppltblQ lo flaltory, bul perbaps would weary of conlinual prniso far sooner than a woman. And tho girl adorea praiac. pvi-u from tho llp.s of a dimlnutive hrolher; whoreas a man would be al a loss wtiat lo mako oi'a tlatlprer other than hls llancep. Just to hnmor him a girl migbl attempt llio roclprocatlnn of 1 i i - - word i or adorallon, and If ho doesn'l oxhlblt sigus of huge ilellght. rest n.'.-.iu.il ihfro is somplhlny amiss wlth hlm. Annette Bradshaw. $ In Praise of the Horse By Mary 2. HEN In the mornlng of the year the Earth slpepi latp, tlio Sun, her mother, draws tho pnow-sueet from her and f.he wakes drowslly, yet with laughtoi'. Aud tho fragrancp ot her steamy breath Is intoxlcallon. nnd tho hurrjlna ot loosed strcams ls world-muslo, and thn palo polnts that cuf the mould aro whispering millinnt) of .lune leavpa and ientir.1 ranks of gold October cornliclds. Then, In llio sw,ig tlme, tho hlghways, thc Enrlh's arirrlpsi, pnlso viih rnnslns life. and un and down their lunglh Ibrllls tho w 4 old, masterful cry that has stlrred the gypsy blood In mon'fi velns Kince waya were made the call of the road. For aronnd thc turn of a road I-. i ver what we wish most, and ever the road turna. And ever what can carry a man clos est to hla heart's deslre, so close that If he may not louch it ho may louch the gladness of it, ls a hoi'Ho. So It a man's heart be heavy, ht hlm ilde a horse ln the sprlngtlme, and the strength and cleau joyfuluess of tho beast shall enter hlm, and his trouble fall from him. And thls ia true ot tho mim raer and the nutumn, and ns well of the wlnter. For the pleasaut jor.lling ot a horse's movement shakes away small worrles and lenves a clear road by whlch peace enters the soul. From "Biack' Care and the Ilorspman." in Scrlbner's. r Man's Chief Peril By Jullan Hawthorne. HE chief perll to whlch man Is oxposod is that of profnnalion of what Is holy, from wnlch he Is shipldrd by shuttlng him up In the clrcle of hls sensps, and rpstrlctlng hlm to tho shallows of his reason. Withln thnt clrcle. and in those slial lows, he acquirea-whal he believen ls wlsdom, pursues what he names ambltlons, biiffors whnt ho fancipri aie paln and forrnw. wreaks what he intends ror reveiigps, commlts what he call's slna, Indulger. what he inislakCH for lovo, and, In a T w word, llvea'wliat It is Riven uim to iiuagiut' is uuiuan lue. Yot in all that span of existenco there Is but n handful of hours wheu ho truly llvcs tho life that is hls own and not a pretonse, an evasion, or nn error; and those few hours appear to hlm save at the instant of their rcvelatlon aa hal li.clnallons Neverthelesa they are thc portlcos and pillars, halls and gardens. aun md stars of hls heaven; whlch he pragmntlcally and complacently puUi iwav frora hlm. aud turns hlmsslf lo what Boems to hls heavon. but Is hin hell. TrulV, thls Is a plty an.l a loss!-The Century. Produced Deslred Effect. At a recent polltlcal meetlnc In Brighton, England. a speaker, tindink that the polnt of one ot hla jokea had missed, sorrowfully reiuarked: "I had hoped, gentlemen, that you would havo laiighed at that." A plalntivo voice camo through the sllence "I laughed. mlster." Then e.verybody launhed. A movement la atoot lo construct a 153-mlle road for automohllists near Wlnnepeg. Manttoba of Colle&e. ono lltiijamln FrunUlln. tia tliPic bua ereat mechanic and phllosopher, a ticai Saratoca. can plcturo Vnlloy Forgo tn can rcptoduce tho glory of Yorktown, not the insulting councll ilself. Bradshaw. wrlters upon the home very truly dc- ...i , An trr.t nlnnn' hpt. S. Jindrews. Old Story. Bender So you and your wlfe havo agreed lo disagree, eli? What was Ihe troublp? Rounder Too much mother-In-law Bonder What dld kIip do? . Rounder Evory tlme I inld mv wlfe a fairy story the old ladv would get next and put her wi.ie. Chlcago News It Is announced thnt the Inerp.ise ln telephonn Instrtiments ln New York city during 19u3 rras 33,000 Instru. ments.