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MJSS TERIULL OF UJilVERSITY OF VERMONT SrEAKS TO WOMAN'S CLUIJ. jSlic Shois What Home Economlcs Offcr For thc Improu'iiicnl nnl n Fnjler Donicstlc Enjomcnt How to Srcurc nn Atnio.spherc of Trutlw fulntss Economlcs li Scliool. Mlss Dcrtha M. Tcrrill, instructor in tibe departracnt of cconomies, Unl verstty of Vermont, Burlington, was the speaker yesterdny afternoou be fore tho monthly meetlng of tho Wo inan'e club. Mlss Terrill spoke on "Home Economlcs in the Homo and School" wlth especlal referenco to the subject ot domestlc sclehce, whlch 1s tlhe probleiu ln whlch the club 1s jjow Interested wlth relntlon to the Montpelier schools. Mrs G. H. Smllle lntroduced the ispeaker, who was glven closest nttcn tjon during her helpful address dn this practlcal subject. Mlss Terrill sald ln part: Flrst our homes. What has homo oconoinlcs or domestlce sclonce to of for for thelr improvement and fuller rsjoyment? Wo have heard often of the homes of our grandfathers and the varied lndustrles carrled on ln tbom splnnlng, weaving, shoe-making b'-oom-inaking, candle-making, tall orliig and drcssmaklng, mllling brew ing and baklng. What a remarkable tl.ange it has betm ln a short lifty yirs to have all these occupations pass irom the home and be developed Jr.'o thp large industrles of our tlme. Utcr Di'iiutllnp l'roc-esx. "Where do oi'r homes find themsel tes after all this denudlng process? Ta,e women of old had Joy ln produc ing soraethlng. The housewlfe of t.. day ftnds herself cheated of this joy and lncentlve. Practlcally no pro ductlve work 1s left in the home with the exception of cooklng, reduced al ao to tlie mlnimum in niany bakery ridden homes. Now all these Undencles to de velop small hand occufiaflions into large collectlve machino lndustrles are steps of progress toward a high er clvilization. But must our homo We pass wlth the loom, the splnning whel and thq brlck ovcn? "Some women are foolish enouch te say yes in thelr llves and to try to. content themselves either without uiarrying at all or wlth taking up that t'dvesty on the word 'home' the board jnfe house as a panacea. Q iitf as essential as to produce all tiho wealth posslblo is to undcr Btand tho best posslblo uso of what we have. This ls of trenicndouu im port to women and opehs for Uiem a fleld qulto as large and vnluable bb that of jnan's. Most of what ls! aequired ln the world ls expended ln the home or lts interest Women thus become tho maln directors of these expcndlturcs. 1 Of Equnl lnipnrtnnte. j "A leadlng economlst says that two jthlngs aro of equal Importancc ln the practice of economy; to Increase the incomo nnd to dimlnlsh tho expcndl jturcs and that the last contalns pos , slblllties of comfort of qulte as hlgh order ns the flrst. There Is tio highcr 'economic functlon than determlnlng Ihow wealth shall be used. ; "Men, already at their tasks, ac iknowledge the need of constant study to kecp abreast of tho times 'and ln iline wlth competltlon. No lcss ade-i luate cducatlon 1b needed by those who control consumptlon. The ex perlence handed down from mother to jdaughter no longcr flts the ehanged condltlon of woman's activitles. There are goveniment bullctlns, magazines and artlcles whlch no home-maker can bo without. Too busy? Here agaln wo dlsplay a crylng need for IN HOME RULE'S GAUSE ,TO)lN li KEWM0N1) AliJRKS.SES BI AUItlENCK AT ALBANY. NOT'SO JANY BILLS 1 (Contlnued frorn pnge 1.) test contalnlng snvml Itundied names of workmen emplood ln tho mllls ot Bennington ln been recelv ed In oppoeltlon to tho blll. .Mlglit Cul Olf Cnj.lU. i Tho stgncrs bcllevo ths paesage of lntroduced 11) Oou-rnor White, lm tho blll mlght cut off thelr credlt wlth Welconn d Tlie Irlsh Natlonullst As ' the norchanta and thy fa ir thc One of Thc Fircmost Stutesmeii f iCushmnn blll whlch nlloV3 to crtd it u ,r t, i , . ifii itor to !take I'ldi'.nirint nud tnon diaw tJ.c norld.-Mr. Kedmond n.nl AMte .ot,mn nni0liiU IPr wok fl,);n lil0 Aro Enfert.ilned. ""wHges 'of tho debtor. Albany, N. Y. Nov. 1. (larbed In Tho spcclal commltteo that vlslted tho costume of tho Irlsh gcntry of.tho route of tho proposcd hlghwny tho 18th century, a little band of mcn tonlght eecortwl John H, Hodmond, leader of tho Irlsh Natlonal party ln tho Brltlsh parllament from hls hotel to Hannatnis Bleeker Hall whero ho addressed a largo audlencc ln ald of ! between Norton and Brighton return ed M!bnday well tlred out from the trip. The.v rcachcJ lsmnd Pond Frlday nlliht and uoended a meetlng of cltl-i-ens that InsU'd untll well along ln tho etruggle whlch Ireland Ih waglngi1"1' "lornliiR. They startcd on Satur for politlcal lndependence. Oovernor White presldcd at tho meetlng whlch was under tho aus plces of the local branch of tho Mlchnel Davltt Unlted Irlsli Lcague. "Wo are gathered here tonlght," day ln oll skln Hiiits and moccasiuB and drove -jut a few nilles, then nllu'd 11 nilles through iour Inches of snow among evergreen trees Ioad ed wlth .whllo powder that slfted down tho ixcks of the unwary trnv eler tlnough golden rods and black- sald tho covernor In lntroduclnc llr. To1tnnn1 "tr A, irn, ,,.. ni iiin i bot'i'.v liics llut worc bondluK bc- revolutlon lest we 'spend our money , foremoat ,statMnient of ollr tllno tta j iieath the welght of 3now, and em- to express our interest Jn this noblo!0W Norton end of the llne cause. ln a conttitutlonal way, a Jtlioiouyhly Unsd and wer through wita "couiageoue, patriotlc body of men persplratlon. iSIU seek the welfaro and progress of Drlic of l'our 3111c thelr natlve land." wrestcd from Kngland In tho last decade, Ireland has prospered Indun- Urially. It ls now ln the mldst of a i for that whlch ls not bread We have to acknowledgo a less ln telllgcnt power to detcrmlne what is ! good, durable, destrable than women of former years. So long as women iwovo thelr dress material they knew its value. How many women stop to conslder these thlngs today? Must !we not confess that instead we ask I'is It the latest style?' ! Fashion Selzcs on Frnllty. , Fashion has been tiuiek to selze up- !on this frnllty and the styles change frlends ln America. , l'requently enough so that a dress1 Former State Comptroller Martln ! shall not be sor'ely taxed ln wearlng i H. Glynn also delivered an address. capacity before It is dlscarded for a1 Governor and Mrs. White cntertain 'later mode thus aidlng the mannfac-'ed Mr. and Mrs. Redmond at dlnner turer of shoddy goods and bllndlnglat the cxeeutive mansion tonlght. , women to the great blunder of such! jwaste. I LA CE IV ORTH $1,000,000 II U Ui; UUL ilgitlUSl. 11, UUL 11 is in Sale of Tailored Suits for Women i nr o nt iini!' tri1.f fn Vnrtfn Mr Redmond sald that under lawsjvlaf,n wnc thcn tali,.n w,th no ovof coat.s to u-ar and some of thoparly eauyht eewie colds In the drlve. Af ter pitppcr there was a meetlng wlth etruggle to obtain homo rulo and todrove out t0 Av(,r11 and d tll0 , that end asks the asslstance of its nlght ln a csimp whlch wss opcned up i for them. The return to Island Pond was made by traln. Another meetlng was beld (Lero Monday mornlng and he party tlipn went to Derby llne in automoillcs and returneri to Mont pell( r. The commltteo has not declded on ! its report and wlll prut.ably ask for a hearlng ln the cloak room, at whlch representatives of Norton and Bright on may be present. The dlfflculties of communicatlon between the two 75 Sample Suits of the very latest production to close out at a discount of from 25 to 33 1-3. DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY if you intend buying a New Suit. All are High Grade Suits, some of them WOOLTEX. Never before have we offered such an exceptronal bargain in Suits at this seasonof the year. Finest Tailored Suits in the Newest Fabrics, in All Sizes our power to prevent it by concerted 1""'" Healcrs TreaMires Are Kept actlon for consumers control produc-I ln .Safe )tjKsit Ynults Tno Years tiOn absolutely. Once the demand! to .Mend Flonnee. ceases or changes, producers can but j Jn an jmportant street in Mayfair'towns have been explalnc-1. The peo jieiu. we snan iearn to pay a tair niny be foun1 a qHlet looking shop,,ple of Norton have to go 32 mlles, price for good artlcles, not as a lux- wIth little or nothlng in the window part of the way through Canada, or ury, but as the only thlng we can af- to inoicate that a huge treasure liesjover 40 mlles another way to reach ford to buy. 'wlthln. Ilsland Pond. whlle a hlchwav of Hi "Do you know whether your laun- Yet this ls one of the most famous nilles would enable them to go there i dry work is better done at home or lace estnbHshments ln Europe, and Itsteasily, and all but slx or scven mlles outside, lf you can aflord to pay ex-proprietor, whose etock Is valued at'of that high way has beon built. actly twice as much for a less nutri-j$l,000,000, is much sought after byj Owncd by Non-Rcsldents tidus loaf of bread than to make It, .compllers of socicty paragraphs bo-l ThousauIs or acrcs of ,and Nor. uiu juu at--icv;i, ;uur Mran lui" uiuuL'l uiiuse Iie is a K)! t ui ivuimiii; fjuiuu iu ii i . ... , ion a inaa'uu ui. uu.uis or peas or cneese or uie uriusn peerage. egs oecause tne miniiv iikc it bet-' !..,. . ... . . : " - ll lll l illliiiujt: Jfll a lllc lvJlll. lu u Tn 111lirll r ln l.llf.lm. nr lnil i Inir v . iinii iiiiiv.il vL VllV. UUI IJCII Vlv UlllJUJUh lro owned by non-rcsldent lum-1 'bermen, and on their property would WOMN vv. v,. nit-ai. 10 ut-iici iui K(rnmr room." he sa.vs. "lust as tno'iv, i. i t t 11. 0 . u V aml Jlls amonus- the assessable property ln the town. ls meat for dinner? A well made pea , ... A A .. ., . . ., , , i ,, , cii..i 1,.. u ,.. . 1 I want to draw your attentlon to As these tlmber owners do not live or a thoroughly well baked dlsh of the fact that this very piece of costlyjln the town they do not care person- lace is stitched on to silk or nlush. lest killy about havmc tho road opened. beans (all day is not too long) will with clearer brains " tinued the expert, "and that the lat-j$i,000 and thc peoplc of Norton stand j ' 'ter accldent is a very serlous mntter sready to bulld u mile of road, the Li'ine .Some Tniugs Unilone. will be seen from the fact that a single Im'ost difficult ln the wholo llne, whlch ! The speaker advlsed to Feave some flounce, 10 yards long and 10 inch-'will cost them ?2,n00. If such a road, things undone to procure the atmos- es deep, worth ?10,000, txxik four work- Jshould be built an automobile could i pnere ot restfulness and comfort In'men more than two years to menu.' thc run the entlre dlstance "ithnut ' ' the 'home and to control their lives "But how ls it that all these pieces,ohanging lts gears. " . . JTZ ' ' . - , J and environment rather than be con- of old lace get into your hands?" ( Tlm ... ,lP .,,,,.,. f , Kll nrirK l rflEfrrf the Potnto growing district, pro-Uieard already in local mtislcal clrnles Sold for $25.00, now $19.50 Sold for $20.00, now $15.00 Sold for $22.50, now $ 1 6.50 Sold for $15.00, now $10.00 Come Early aod Makc Your Selccfions Lydia E. PinkhamJs YegetaMe Compound i-k Jnvk, Mlim. "About ;i year i n te that 1 was sk-1: nnd lv'nuld not ui an "f jmy honewoiK. .'!y IsiekiK'ss was callcd Hetrollexion. YVhen I would sit duwii I feltas if 1 cnulil wt p e t u p. I trok l.ydia K. rinkham's A'ojietable (Vm. pound aint (titi just as you to!d nn- and now I am perff-ctly icured, ancl have r. ! iif linliv ho ." Mtr. Atcna Andkk'-on, Uo'x 1C, jJlacl; I'iU. M'li.i. CMiidcr This Atlvice. Ho woinun sinmld submit toa nrpi. Ti operation, which raay mean dcath, itil sl:e has friven Lydia K. I'inkham's ecetiiblf Coinpounil. made exelusive y trom roots and herbs, a fair tnal. This fainous medieine for wmnen t .. t thirty years proved to L- tlie is-.r-; valuable tonic and inviprorat'rof ti " fc-rnalo organism. Women re-id-i' in almost e'very city and town in tt ( United States bear williiiB testi. monv to tlie wonderful virtue of Lydl.i E. I''inkhams Vefretable Compound. 1 eures female ills, and creates radi. aw, buoyant female licalth. If you uir ill, for your own sake as vell a thoRe you love, give it a trial. Mrs. Pinkliain, at Lynn, Jrnss., irivttcs all aick women to writu hor tor ad vice. IIr atlvice is fre, aud ahvays hclpi'iU. n She eautloned "Every scrap of antique lace that' ,",',:.,. --- r '"v ig of elaborate dlsh- I Possess has been prtrately sold to lcl,s aPlonUvo p aces Is luteresting ; Nmrnd "trenSh "e by ladies who eltHer desire to Pfl. the candidates and. 3f eaUh The more effec. an exehance or who are in im- hir Haly seeking to CA trolled by them aainst the niakln es which consume to the detriment of health. The more we combine and mlx mateiials the medlate need of money," was the sur ninrn irKHrrir.tnld nni imu'hlf.c;nmn UrislllLT t'enlV. they become. Plain, simple food well "Other l.-wlies of high degree insisti There is to be one vacancy on the, pi epared is what our grandmothers upon having flehus made composed ofPubllc Servlce Commission, unless ! leared llne' familles on. The cheap half real and half artlficial lace an;tho wholo law in 1-egard to the com- j cut of meat well prepared would re- ''"PI' wnlrh 1 dislike greatly." ' missicn is ehanged. It Is understood tlucR thp cxnrhltniit nrippR nrui wnnM "What do you conslder a blg or- be more wholesome than the choice der?" Jor the place. Among those most 1 ..... i. . f-l 1 '(Ifililtnnnd.i nn TI 11. . cut. Perhans tco much time ls "iven weji. trousseaux run niio uie hiusi1"iiiiuvjhh wn uiu . tvuruur to the matter of eating. -money," replied tlie merchant, medi- . To be well-dressed should mean tatlvely. "Only a month ago I had a less attentioti to the subject since trnusFPan order for $17,500, but I am once attended to, one is free from the bound to say that it is very rarely 'thouprht fo being ill-dresswl. ln the- that ueiple sDend so much money saii'e way to be well fed. that is, prop-' nowadays. At present I should con erly fed, is to be relieved of much ' slder an order for JSGOO a very good whleh attends that American dlseae, thlng. indigestion. Dlsease decrea?es'as tho! "but I get qulte as much satlsfac home is properly managed. "Prob- tlon from an advantageous purchase ably not 25 percent ln any cominunity ' ot" my own. Look at this, for exam are dolng a full day's work because ' ple," he contlnued, unrolling a plece ot ill health." of yellow plush, upon which were l-conomies ln the Schuols. ! stitched several small pieces bf old , The speaker then turned to econ-, lac!' omies in schools, whlch Montpelier! ""e are some lappeU and a fond i vorv fif.sirnhio nf spoHn ThA ' de bonnet whieh belonged to Queen Interest members and those having in- fluence wlth the appolntlvo powers. I .that there aro 20 or more candidates of .Vergennes, .1. V. Fowler of Man chester, IZ. A. Ashland and Joseph Auld of Burlington. KKIE.S OFF FOJST AMl SECOXD FliIZ.ES L F0TAT0 CKOP CONTEST duced a total of 22,t i0 hushels with 'and will be heard -iVith pleasure dur an average yleld of 21(3 hushels perllng the year at local' gatherings. acre on 107 acres grown j Mr atiaway was at nJs beat laat -r, iJV1" "- 'evcning, playing the accompanimontB I The White Rivcr Itailroad in the I for Mlss Petpi. with sympalhGtic ex. last three years has spentover $100,000 ,)ressl0I1 an( renuerlng his "own soloa ,on its property. It employs between lin ,nasterly and familiar style with 40 and S0 men most of whom own their just the due reganI for tl)e llghtnesa (own nomes. -ine bmnuaru laic uom-0f Gr(!igi the majcsty of Liszt aml tne ) White JUtit Railrad in Vany with mines and mill at Roches-, niniodlouu oomimslHons nf Rph.nnnnn KiiileaTt.i- t IVoetp That Ftui, of ter have an investment of $75,000 and', Mr nathaway opened the pro"ram Vermont aid ltring rt Into Compe- er"D,?y ,n the ,10'Shuorhood of 50 men wIth schumann's "Noveletto" a brll tilion With Kafseiu Frodtion of Twoo' 3 y f Verliant and approprlalfe overture and ,, i . . iuuu. iMiss Peter's tirst numbei were the ' Rochester nas experienced a big .charming Italian trio,' Rrogi's "Vis The prlzes ollertd by the White boom In recent vears. its crand Hst!lnis VRn.nIln'', .nm'i "Proonnf tmr, It Is presumed that J. K. Cushman, l.iver Railroad Company which hasiaving increased $35,000 In a year, a'and Tcsti's "Ridonami." Mr. lla'tha' State tax oommlssioner, and C. W. done so much to develop the portion tremendous boom for a town of lts way played Gricg's "Noclurne" and Gates, highway commissloner, will of the State near Rochester, Bethel, ' size. Aecordlng to the last census, it 'the ev-r-pleasing ''Albuin 'Leaf and continue ln thelr respectlvo posltions, ete, for the best crops of potatoes was the flfth town in growth in Wlnd- Miss I'eter ' sahg" "PIus grand dans iihmik.i bume uungiT inuiviuuais aro raiseu in me townsoi uocnesier, iian-;s0r county. There is not a vacant son obseurlte" tl the "Oheeii of She- coek, Granville, Pittsfield and Stock- tenement In 'the town. During the ba" by Gounod, tihe' niimber behig her brliige, with a vlew to stlmulatlng the ast two years there have been eight'most difficult and, iierhaps, her best iiiuuhLij aiiu vmjr-iiiiD wiiu uie rv-new houses built, not one of wlilch rondltion of the evening. looking longingly at their places. Tjn to He ('onshleml. . Should one of the bllls providing for a director of publiclty and adver- tlslng and Colby Stoddard wlll have to be consldered ln connection wlth tho dlr-ectorshlp. Governor Mead on Monday slgned tuto growers of Maine, have beenicost iPSS than $2000 to consti'uct. also o through, D. II. Lamberton awartlcd as fol'ws in cash to the po-,two nGW mjis and one business block. iniii una ui uutr wmu; jwvtri vai-i T,(,e utierty HH1 Graillte L'Ollipaiiy U-y: (The judges were B. W., McKeen wlth cuttlng shcds and ijuarry at Em of Fryeburg, Me., Lecturer of theiers0n have in the last 18 months in Grange of that State, Vermont Com-vested ln that business over $40,000. vi- t,. . - tit l " -' ' 4 1 t o4fsi in ccinriDit rf a -r inn l f 1 1 v& 1 1 I . uorf ln m. . . . i i . . - educatlon of ;rirls." she said "should , t'narioue, wne oi ueorge iu. ithe comm,eR(onS f .r a nnt.no, nf ..'. . '. V""'1110 slout! lne urouuce compares m ' - i . . i t l a i - - t - -- j l. rt 1 i' aiiinn ui TTi N ' w nrlfrnn m At ur . . . IHIT.P mm tho uin.iu n( u Tho' "Tlie nuecn gave ijiis laco iu uuu ui ,,, ,v,A. tt . wu- "" " v. lvorauiy wun me Jiignesi graue oi n.mnri..niti. fnr 0nnf tnnt.1 1 the ladies of tHe bwlchamber, who was Pnn,,' nH V , 0...,., Aiuans ana me awaras were raaae on imonnlentai stone, ,advantages have been generously op-i1"" jcooi. ened and women have avnlled tSiem- pcnuer, uy me . selves so eredltablv as to have slloneed tnd she asks the gue.stion of ability to cope WlthPt' ue' that sum ITAHKEtf. ICARTER'S men Intellectually. The boy from the maBses must secure an educatlon whlch will flt him for work unham homes demand elficlently trained hnmii mtllfdrc xv'Vtn ehmil1 itTntnrctnnrl I hill the Imiiortance of and find a nleas-1 Mote Heath ie sick and It is feared ure in their work. Here ls a fleld 'e hns pnenmonia. ? '""- ton as trustees of thn unrmnne.nt .. i.T, -r : . '"'"'f""4 ""''-..terfly" of Uavclee, two nuinbers w wuy, is ula.iv,,, o h , . . ,, ,, ::-r luuuiu ujimmsium ai, H..I1UVLT. were skllfullv nlaced. the contrast $150 for the set. I BhaU aoiIthwlpk ,,, tJ, io er cem; irue 10 lype, v Tier Bavonne Lumber Comnanv of tween the si nclnc anda.vto of the . ii t e t i v. . v .Mii fioiir y nn 5,iiTifcrsi.ifii ni ntiii iii n.n1 i - - - - Hl"w vti jiuv-i; ui dj, iUUUam, MTlt 1 ' ' ' w n" - r "i' can easily resell tho lace for $1250.' She followed with a group of Ger- man songs, Reger's "Waldelnsam- jkeit," Meyer-Helmund's "Altentscer Llebosrelm" and Salter's "Der Sch metterlin," and the applause was so inslsteiit she rendered a deligtful en core. iii Mr. Hathawav nlaved Arellsky's This Jompanyj..jml)ro,ni)tu an,i the brilliant "But- hlch le-ono other Cop:es of the American Citizen. an A. P. A. publlcation in Boston, are CURE I ' 1 r f i . ) 'I tl K IIu.u. l.r p i. ..i V' c L' -if ' Ji tM. H 1.1(1., 1 itiitmp. l'um 1.. t it tn. . SiGI Beiidtthf1, yt OoneT 1. tt ie Litr T : IHlOAlly Vull).' ttlf ,t' I'fl! J..'tll I'tlHl.p . I . J M" ti ntlni; tlil" inii.yi.i" i.n ii.iimt 1 hv Kim i onvct nll ii.-irtlcTf ui the fciomatl.. M nnv.latftlia jfvtr &1JU Tf pi.'..te ttj(- tn wilp. J t-L 3f it(1 yon.y At.hell.fy wcmlvHieniiiost prlali ptothoewl'0 vnttprimra Uiifi iiirt-iii(r cou.pjiilii' btitfmtii nutcly ttif lr (.MHHii't te ilot n ".ot 111) licrc.iir.vl tlia v hounoetry 1Iice.v,u r.i.iltliftolittlc )tli!iialn ttile ln no :nai v v 1 8 that tlicy wtl r.nt o w !! 'v'jt t ilo itUciu thtm. l;u'.atn-r al) tui; l.cn'J for the apjillcotlon of sclenee. It Is far more suitably offered as a voca tional' subject to glrls than any of the subject for boys because home-mak-ing stlll clalms eventually nlne out of ten glrls. "The greatest prejudice to intro duelng 1'he subject In schools Is th'at it may be taught in the homes, but ti;f iioines are not what they once were, to maiiy, the work of the home is t.ie least of their cares to be got tm tlnough wlth as qulckly as pos slble for other occupations. Knnros-U's Attentlon. The increaslng number of homes who need to bo taught Anglo-Saxon Ideas eiigiosses attentlon. The school has ahsorhed the glrl's tlme and tho lenuency nway from the home ls a and , rfftcflnl,l tfftll n flliolttfv' nf f!A AAA faat'l.nln.r Tt.. ii.ntl vV.11cr.l n l . , A ni"" ii "tin v vi.inivtilf vi uujuuu iv, v. v 1 vrciil Hlilincu. lit ia u ui ifc,'.,! ij itv- llte ninnerfi. (p0r During tho past year it has' knowletlge the ajiplause after whio.h The winners: W. H. Hubbard. built a standard Kuace railroad from! Miss Peter sanc a croun of four acre; pittsfield to Stockbridge for trawiport- songs in Knglish, Foete's "I'm Wenr- prejudice them agalnst " K ' ,r,u' ,u-' w auon oi ns outpui. 11 nas 6peni over j nig Awa- - tsaner s rippnng "i-jiveB , eBtabllshing Columbus dav as a hoil- 10 ultl,t,r' lrue l J,e. . "i1" tmu.uuu anu empioys ;:. men. . j.eonl's "ffloian unu" anu saitHi- s day. Thcro has not been any senti- w- "t,u ' r uer iwu-uinua ui u mu fiuiui-Mt -auiuuiu auuf,- unu tunciuutu cr There will' be no preachlng on the thtTeadhiVrUcf, "T'T o .y m. 4C7.4 bu. p 11 during the wlnter. "n,dnn"') ' 1 ?d,nnrspl""lot,ta idently SQ3re.yleId 4C.7; quamy( 3. ,.-1. t,.4v x it i fnm,i nuonued to prejudice them aKa nst , ..'. returned to Richmond in poor health Mr. West js Frank Burdett, corporate ; A daughter was born to Mr. Mrs. Ciarence btrong uci. al hod . ' t, . " , " v " " yleld, 413.6 bu. per .-vcre; wore-yleld, many of them own their homes. ('antique 'amour ' A linen enower was given .iS& , ",,,, . ' ,,T, " ? : : frue f,-om f-ease, 14; quallty, 14; In addltion to the above cor Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam West have . . . . ., .. , , Krank Neff, ritockbridge, 3rd; yleld, ,uy of Rochester .vi..u,,llh u.umiva snow uiu 403 ou ,H.r acrti; yjeid, 40.3; quallty, l 1 A 1 A . . M I . . ... . . . ... tho prospects of t,hoso who would rtLW q ' oi e,u, acuviues, tncre are mo loiiowmg n- hnnni Pninnihc 10 total, &S.7. . dlviduals employlng men in the vicin-' U. .1. Roblnson, 25 men, hardwood ; men, chalr fl 111 Oll flTl- roiiorted sn s r " - -- visltlng 48 bllls so far and havo 103 House , ,.v. u' Zy. "en. and llve Sennto bllls In thelr hands , " riue,.' Vr I ,. V.!w!,oaen "wls: u' KOl,Kels 1 iifi Bir, jjrju, 1.1.0, iiiuiiiij, -lieoarse lumuer. Mlss Kate HudKon, who has been , progress mado in tho House this ses- 2; tree from diseae, 14; appearance',, 'nr'c. c J p, ' working in Waterbury, has returned .slon as compared with last sesslon. ,)f fleid, 10; tme to Hype, 9.5; total, i' . rr' fcKVnnodv r, home Tno House committees have roiiorted SG 8 '.stocK, J-.ur K. Kennedj, b No Laie M$ II Vou Will Usc bu. the Mary Fletcher Hospital. Will yieet Here. The annual ' meoting of Vermont Commnndery. Mllitary Order of For elgn Wars wlll be beld at Mlllor's lnn ln this city Friday evening, November 11. The busineBS session wiu oe uem AC11E great menace and danger, Its resulU at 7 o'clock, followed by tho annual tjo apparent in society already. .dlnner at 8 o'clock. Lleut, wllliam . thRVanofif eo many llxe that htre Is r,f.trt f,ti inkkt our grtct Ijimtt, Our jjIIIs curult whW tlhctH do not. Ourttr'e Little Lhcr plile nrr cry mull tiia very uwy to talic, Oticcr tnotiilUtnake u (lci-e Ttioy flrutrlctly fgetitlilo ind do not eU" "t nirKO, lint by thelr ger.t!o uctlon e U' uue ihoin. CAMtE ni:n:; co., urw soss. WBH Mbs, W&b Somethlng is vitally wrong when young men on salaries of $1,200 to $1,500 say they canuot. afford to mar ry and when young women say they do not care to marry lf they must do their own work." Tho speaker urged two hours a week Instructlon for senlor glrls in this eltv to bring the matter bjofore the publlc In all lts detalls and was convincod that Montpelier would ac cept tho instructlon if It were brought ibeforo tho publlc. 1 A dlacusaion fouowd in whkh "W. Russell of AVhlte Hlver Juncuon, ls the present commander. home, Mrs. J. P. Greeuwood is frtpnrts In Providence. R. 1. . . . 1,1 ,...., finnt TI n xx? rkn nntnViAt 9Q 1 O 1. v.n.l .Mrs. narry ahuii 111m iCi.u.,,v.v. ...... v. .,u . . ,)(KpnKf.. o- ini tn tvriP. 10: oeen a total ot 1D5 bllls lntroduced " L"i oVi and this year there were 153 on the ulT' L r7,". same date. '',7 ' ,n rn . . v. . . . l,or acre! 'le,Ui 33S; "ality, 10; freeiVn M i u.NH-es in neiioiii v nuu. rom dlsease. S; true to type, 9; appear Tho Governor has todny nppolnted ance of fleld, 9; total, C9.8. i and eignod the commissious of Hon. II. C. Powers. Granville, 6th; 272. jr, i Joseph A. Delioer of Montpelier. Hon. i.u Porter N. Dalo of Island Pond and from dlsease, 9; true to type, 9; ap- la-rger part of tho student body of: Hon. Joseph L. Southwiek of Burllng- jiearnnco of lield. 5; total, tiO.5. Montpelier Seminary attended the ton to be trustees of tho permanent In no eaee was it fonnd where, by ong recltnl given last ovenlng ln Kel school fund. i(.aet measureinent. tlie amount of logg-Hubbard Ubrary hall by Miss yleld eBtimated by Uie Judges was Vlrglnla Cary Peter. soprano, and in- Amrrlrun Tram IVIns 20 .Mlle Itim, p10ro than J0 or 15 bushels per acre structor in the volcal department of Now York. Nov. 4. The American out'of the way tho Seminary, asslated by Prof. Lewis, tnam nf ITnns Hnlmnr nml Wllllnni ' . .1 Hnthnwav. blatllRt. illStruetOl' ln T .... . T ... . . U,1 1 M...V1 ---. Queal won tho 20 mlle Intornational MISS PKTER'S SOXG HECITAL. reopfi' .ttlend .Muslcnl ETent l.si'vt KM'iiluir at .Kelloguvllulihurd I.ibnirj. Many townspeopln as well as the Mrsi W U Watson of Waterbury dls- nusBed work In that town. Mrs. u. h. Ashton of Rutland, presldent qf the State Federatlon. Bike brlefly and the local club asked questlons con cernlng the best mannor of lntroduc Ing the subject ln Montpelier schools. 'Tho resignatlon of Mlss Mina Brown as third vice-preuldent waa rocelved and Mru. S, F. Bloaifleld fllls the va-cancr. rwk. . tAla ie Jiw ,rup. lnct..,,l,,,,lnl flniinrtment nf tho foot race at Madison Squaro Garden ' Tho ,New, EnRla,E1 Hmet,tead pre- mstltutlon. in tho world'a record tlme of one hour !"! ",e "P1 ioL the JS T 1 MIbb Peters possesses a powerful 29 minutes, 47 Beconds. 4 mlnutes 23 V, T' , 7 b ".eoprano, perfectly clear and wmi 4-5 Bocondn better than the prevlous the New RnBlan4 BtatM 21C Bres Ith Iind(1 contr)1) ,ier onunclatton be mark. Tho Canadlan' tean, of Fred a nroductlon of bushels of whleh I beU.HKe and her tones well ntod-! Meadows and Abblo Woods was Bec-'Vermont ST,aJ4T W,Ui a lulated from the loweat murmur to the ond and tho Swedlsh tcam of Gustav Per,ac,e cf b11 and,l1 Imost welphty passages whlch demand L. JungBtrom-Svanbere was thlrd. V .Production of. 2928 l.uBhels and Malne.j , b effort, Sne has been Tlnn't n.ulml II A t.mf n ileitn.4'il lev. Or fto I r ie ,mmmmmmmm up Im'Chiiv uthci tlt nv' l.me tml.il. Wlirn jon fop lo ililiiK tliRl thci'Borf I mi ilniuof lliouminl. ut lu.itc tlmt l. Tfl Itfn i,i.,o ju:,,lk;i(latelriCk,nii.n hipt Bt tlifir Imtt iotk cUrlnamtitaxi'iil -lliatili.t, 'hitlln'i I'.Uilt-tlieii you wlll n-NiuitlliM tt .taimyuutiloua.luo. Lil as 'iutu lo you that It C O R ES Cu r MjJ I ntn,SiM 1 nJUni ufn, lllnK' lloii, Knot t nl Co rilt. t'ucMe Jul u 1 , Hpralni.lloimlron tln.Hwelllum.Sllf f BollmmlFoniiilf r.lllntciapf rnnJOUo It nefr falli lo lorate 1nwnet, amt tlie tlipn tandwliotmvitril It mlKfll joattat II iimlti tliti flre.t K'C aitd biMly i.h tl,ej ont turil. 8end for llie rroota. We want yonllo kw Ih of th KiBnrUWo cnrtlTe lower of Tvll le'.Wyrm l'owdnt. TntU? CondltlOD rowjjiri.aud Tnttle'i Iloot Olntmtr.t. Toor ilfler mIm Tnu!' rinric. lf not, icnilwa hu nnme nd We. ln HAir.r tintnt. OetTiMli'inwJlw JT HCiEi joo-pire ' TlaM Uforiiialton to Tri totf oira r. 'CmIIi yoo to te inr ou to Tri ho TcieriiuirTi for polge. vrno ror iivo.iiy.ifTi.iii .xu mTLEK UUHl 00., 200 Biify W.,ltw, Vttt.