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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATU JOURtfAl TIIURSDAY. DECEMBKR i, sio.
Amateur and Professional All the News of Fall Sports At Home and Elsewhere LAST IN PHILADELPHIA ARMY AJiH NAVr TUAMS WILL I'LAY XI) MORE HAMES THEllE. AFTEU WOLGAST. 1K- AnniiiKilis CIhIius It Must llntc ti Lnrgcr Xnmtor of Tickets Tlian It ls l'ossiblo to Sccurc nt Franklin Ficlil. West l'olnt nlso ffnnts liangi-. Ammirolis, Mtl., No. 29. Practical ly tlic nnunimous soutimer.t among thoso interiod in the athlctics of tho tf. S. navnl acadcmy in that tlu nnuunl foottmll gamo bctwecn tlio naval and ;uil)tary aoadcniles ahall not he played again on Franklin field, the grounds of the Unlversity of Peiinsylvnnla, unlcss the navy contingcnt le occordeil a larger ninn her of tickets. Phlladclphla is regardcd as the idcal location for the annual con- test, and tho courtcsy of the authorl tioa of the uulveralty ln the use of grounds is nuich app'rcclatcd, but lt is stalud Jiere that the Imperatlvo de jnautls for tickets cannot he met ln the S.:;o ftasigned by the unlversity. New York in regarded as out of the utiostion, as lt is entlrely too far from Aiinapolla to pcrmlt tho trip und rcturn in one day. Washington ls equally Inaccesaiblc from West Polut. May Go lo New York. Philavletyhia, Nov. 29. Lleut. P. 1). Borrlon, head coach o the U. S. naval acadwny football eloven, is the nuthorlty for the statement that tho football game between the Army and Navy next year -prohably wlll ho played in New York, and not at tho Franklin field, Phlladelphja, as ihero tofore ! a te'lcgram to thia clty Coault Benien says: "lt is prohahle that tho Army and Navy gauio uvay he taken from Phlla delphia. No actlon has yot heen taken, ibut the threo-year agrccment lictwpcu Iho Army and tho Unlversitv of Philadclfiliia iias explred and it i& not probable that lt wlll he rcnewod." Mornn's Mnnngcr Says Tcrmn nmiided Arc Jlldlctilous. San Franclsco, Nov. 29. Owen Moran, tho IJrltlsh Ughtwelght, who knocked out Battllng Nelson horo Sat urday, wlll leavc for New York to nlght. Ho recelved several offerstoday to appcar on the stage and prohably wlll acccpt one. Oharloy llarvoy, Moran's inanngor, eald he wantcd iMoran to incct Ad IWolgast and was wllllng to walt un- ttl tho champion was ready to llght, but ho dld not look wlth favor upon tonns that Wolgast dlctated last nlght a guarantec of $12,500 and the right to naine tho refcree. "It ls rldlculous for Wolgast to talk of jiamlng the refcree," sald Harvey. "It woUld klll the llght at tho etart. Tho game is not ln such shape now that guarantecs of that klnd can ho glven." Nelson got hold of promoter Cof froth yestcrday and wanted to gct the next onen dato for a flght wlth Wol gast. Nelson inslsts that 'ho can ucat the champion, desplto tho knockout by Moran Saturday. lt ls undcr stood, howcver, that tho promotcre herc are aiot considerlng putting Nel son in tho ring again at thls time. l'OH.Ui:itI,Y OF HOSTOX. Iariil Hunl, Jn, Kllled ln Anto Ac- cldent Atlcndotl ll.'irvnrd. Itoston, Nov. 29. David Hunt, Jr., of Dotrolt, who Avas killed at Yale, Mlch., Saturday nlght in an automo- anlle acctldcnl, was the son of Davld Hunt, a lloston physlclan, who up to a fow yeara ago lived at the Hotnl Cluny ln thls clty. Young Hunt atteuded tho Engllsh hlgh school antl -vvas for a tlmo 'it Harvard, whcre he won dlstinctlon ln football and basehall. He was also a member of the B. A. A. He lcft college to take a posltlon wlth the Warren, Swasey Company of Clevcland, and in 1S99 or 1900 inoved from Boston to New York. About nix montlis ago ho became connectd wlth the E. M. F. Automobllo com pany of Detrolt and was Its factory superintendent. AGAINST PRIZE FIGHTS i' 1 y r t I T)K ORO DIIFEATED. Far .Isu'fc .loluison Dlschargeil. Nmv York, Nov. 29. Jack John son, -svortd'B vhamplon heavywelght pugiliat. wiio wais arrested Friday charged witJi assault upon Annette Cooper, a sshow glrl, and wlth dis orderly couduct, was dlschargcd from custody Saturday. Jliss Cooper did not nppear to prosecute her charge. lnistead she sent a letter en closing a nhyiilcian's ccrtltlcate that Bho iiad boen ill ln hed for the past ten days -and was in no condition lo leave Jior liome. and requosted that Johnson be kcpt in custody for two weeks, wiien she would ho able to appear tigoinst hlm. Jlagistrate Freclii refused to put the case wv and dischswged tlie prlsonor. Hrown Coach llays Stock Farni. Providence, Nov. 29 John A. Gam mons, Brown athletc and promlnciit football coach and rooter, Saturday bought Glenmore, the stock farm in East Providence, fonnerly owncd by- Dr. James E. Sulllvan, millionalro. Among the stock is a prizo bull on tho horns of which a bay resort balloonlet landcd last summer, when his gas hag gavc out. The Brown studcnt liody is eiateu over tho purchase, for they belleve aammons intcuds to put somc of ,thc 00 acres to uso for a trainlng flelii for tho meu who wcar the "Bs" and all the other promislng strong nion of the college. For same ycars lt has been the custom of the Brown football and baseball teams to visit the Gammon farm ncar New Bedford, iMass., for a tuning up. Coiinlc 3Iack Scrs l'opc. Ho'iiif, Nov. 29. The Pope gavc a private audlence Saturday to Cor nelius MacGllllcuddy (Connie Mack), the managor of tho Phllndelphla Ainerlcan league baseball team and Mrs. MacGillicuddy, who aro hero oa their wedding trlp. The Philadel phians were Introduced by Dr. C. A. O'Hearn, vice rector of -the Americaii college in Rome, who acted as in terpreter. The pontil'f reniarked that belng the .flrst pope to open the vatlcan to athletes of the whole world, he was particularly pleased to mcet the niau ager of the Anierican champlons for 1!U1 and Impartcd the apostollc btnediction upon his visitor and his team. Keogh Wlns In Flrst Contest tlie Pool Cluiinploii.shlp. New York, Nov. 29. Jeromo Keogli, champion pool player of tho world, defeated Alfred De Oro, the challenger for the flrst block of 200 polnts of thelr scheduled C00 polut match last nlght. The scoro was: Keogh'210, Do Oro 1S0. De Oro played a brllliant, spcctac.' ular game and led up to the nlnth In nlng, but Keogh's steady playlng gave hlm the lcad ln the eleventh, and thcreafter he was never headed. De Oro inade a hlgh run of 25, white Kc :'i's bcst was lu, but thls he ro- peated several tlmes. Play wlll be contlnued tonight. rill'HWIES IX SAA FltAXCISCO HENEW CAML'AIGN UEGl'X 3I0XTHS A(JO. Tlicir Atturiicy M'rltcs lo Dlslrld Atlorncy Cnllln JHs AUvutlon To (he Fact TJint, Law Wns Vlolated Wlien XcKsonOIoran Flglit Took Place LnsJ, Saturday. San Franclsco, Nov. 29. Wlth a vlew to rencwlng tho opposltlon to prlze fightlng ln Californla, whlch was startcd at tho tlme of tho Jcf- 1 v ines-jonnson contest, J. Ui. White, . k Y03T COACHED WELLS TO PLAY IN FRONT OF A CIOAR 3TORE. Now (hat the football season (v ls over and tho mcn have brokeu trnltilnrr tn'iiiv utfii-liw wt Imltnr v told by tlie playerH. About the T x'. hci. (old of tho woslern ulavers Wells. Jllclilgair.s T speedy rlght 4 onu, who seored Ihc toiR'htlown for the Wolver ene nien ln th gume wlth Mln nesotu. lt was Just a day or so before tho Mlch- lgan teum lefl L Ann Arbor for 4 PhHndolphlu to Z onnnt Uiu Ollnl:. b ern on Franklin fleld. Two pow is one on '1 tl : ,; ' " j v I Wo aroonablcd toofforour patronsawhis- kov of oxcentional quallty Decauso wo ucai dlrcctwltnyou-no mlddlomon'sprollt. WE GUARANTEE THAT STAG WHISKEY WILL PLEASE YOU LT IS SO GOOD. ITS ONLY COMPKTITOHS AUK WIIISKIES t 'OSTING YOU MITCU MOUE IN PRIGH, YBT STAG WUISKW IS SOL.D FOU ONLY 4 Full Quarts $3'S (le It a Irlal. If not aatMactory, return at onco at cur expenw and we,Hl refund ivour nmney. We w.tnt your culom thls whlskey warrants It. Wrlte ua touay iiuw-ana ni acqualnted wlth an etceptlonal value. Remlttance hould be mad by cxpreis or pojlal ordtr (i! bills are km, ba sure and reglMer your letter). Wrlte tor onr booklet, glving otlier equally attraetlve bar. jgnns. ... I Thli hnnse w. estabtlshed in 1TM, wliich In Itwll 1 a uKleient recommendatlon of our responil. t,wiuy. weinu reterto .Natunai l lty llanK, itanover nauonai iiann, uun or urausircci i .csv Vtirl; clty. 9 H U. M. Bininficr & Go Watcr St. Derdeoi"" Nct York City mm wt.u.3. ton's bllllard attornoy for the San Franclsco church V hall on Stalc street, looklng Into reaeration, addresscd a letter to Dlst. Atty. Flckert yestcrday assertlng that the law was vlolated by tho Nelson antl Moran flght last Saturday. White wroto tho cltlzens were anx iously waltlng to learn whatactlon would be taken in tho mattcr. Dlst. Atty. Flckert said that lf the law was violatcd by pronioters and prlnclpals of the Nelson-Moran llght, the attornoy for the church fedora tlon could swcar out complalnts. Ir. Flckert intlmated that he per3on ally would take no actlon. 4 each others eycs. One wni ; a tall, dark man. He was chewlug a stogy, rolllu? It X, norvously from ono corner of his uiouth to the other as ho talkcd. t. Tho other wns n stocky, auburn halrcd fellow. a i Stidtlenly tlie man behlnd tlie StOL'.V Flat Itaclng Season C'loscs. Manchester, Eng., Nov. 29 Tho Hat raclng season closed Saturday wlth an Amerlcan wlnning tho last llg evcnt'. The Manchester November Handl cap of 1,500 soverelgns, for three-year-olds and upward, dlstance the Cup course, one"mile and one-half, U01ISE3IEX AXI) 1IOHSES. shot out at full lengtli, t. grnsped tho other by tho shoul- .1ic ttnnlin.l ltl,l lintl.-n'!ltf1 nllll Jerked hlm rouglily from sldo to !. tdd". Sfveral newsboys stoppcd, i lookcd on and wondered, Otlier people stopped to wateh the pe eullur ni'tlonM of tuese I'i'o mcn. Drnnlitnnt T 'P T),, .,.,. ...III .1.. ..!.. e r f u 1 looklng & , p0wers has boen apparently beaten so mcn stood ln V ,.. r- i,i .. i . ..t. front of Hus- s .i, ...' countcd that It Is safe to eay he'll bo choson agaln unanlmously. Powers founded the Eastern League and on many occaslons he provlded money to keep it from golng on the rocks. The cluh owncrs ono year declded to try anothor presldent ln Powers' placo, but when tho tlme explred they were glad to wolcome P. T. back. As the Eastern League cnjoyed a splendld season thls year under Powers' lead ershlp lt is thought that the club owners wlll dccide to let wcll enough ark thls year, but was rcturned to St. 1ouls at tho end of the season Fnrmer Knocks Out Ilre.siinlian. Peorla, 111., Nov. 29. In a 10-round bout last nlght, Kid Farmor of Peo rla, knocked out Tommy Bresnahan of Omaha in the tenth round. 4 ! alone. 4 tall man dueked UUe a llusli tlie h unt A. J. Welch has practlcally closed ' rammed bls shouiders agalnst i the stomach of the (pilet, red 'X halrcd man. Thon. chewlug hls clgar harder, the dark genth' 'X, man backed slowly uway, hl - liimds nn bls knees. Stlll tho rrd hnlred man stood muto, watelilnK orery move of the man 'r5 oppo.slle hlm. IJy thls tlme quHc n crowd had . Kaliiered. I',rosbmcn stood look- lng on wlth wondet- ln thelr S eycs: senlors slapped eaeh otlier '? on the back and lauphed. 4 "You niust use your hanils on a dcal for tho sale of Rcadvllle. The new owners wlll have an lmportant announcemont to make within a few days. It is sald that something llke $5000 ls the total of tho suspenslon Hst tho management at Lexngton has sont to the National and Amerlcan Asso ciations for colloctlon. Genoral H, 2:01, on his return t Calgary last month waa shown on the stage of the leadlng tbeatre. Tho occaslon was a public recoptlon to George Haag, his drlver. Arnold Lawson Is belng out of horses ! llng at Drcamwold SIosson to Play Hoppe. '? t George F. Slbsson, tho "old stu $ , dent" of the bllllard gamo, wlll un X ' dertake to wrest the champlonshlp ... ! frnni Wlllla Hnnnn ln ihn 'hninnlnn- t'shlp match to he played at Madlson "lcat or animai fod '! necded. For ? c. n v-.i. mi ,i.. .thls purpose the handlest and most 'H! , r ... 7'..n . satlstetory artlclo in "Page's Per- "The stockings of an elephant would be so very wide,w Says Jack, "that Santa Claiis coultl I'd llko to be an elephant till Chrlst-J . mas nas gono uy, One stocklng would he pretty nc and four of them oh my!" St. Nncholas. THE PROPER FOOD FOIl POPLTRY Wlth all the dovorsined bellefs as to the proper dlet for fowls to lnduco the greatest egg production, lt ls al most unlversally conceded that somt f i 'em thls a-way. 'y know," drawl- V somo ways from I p1 th( ln mnn KmlMttK i. He nas a eai- j)o ohn, )y sll0n1(1,,rH npi,Ui tnat acts une tu- m b tlmp pV(jn th(l Kropn. ,i. 1fi.l bnlk Hnp. nnd t.lm itiifsllon whlch I has the onthuslasts guesslng is, can x' SIosson heat Hoppe, whoso play has I jmproved slnco he flrst appeared as a Istar on tho green tablo? T lt is consldercd that no bllllard i player In the world has a better I knowledge of the game than Sloseon, 4 I his name haing 'been connected wlth i promlnent champlonshlp matches for the last 20 years. was won by L. Wlnan's Tho Vhlet. AtirtwAio u'oa Q.krrmtl nnd AnniliHiln I . .. ... ... . . . 1 x ""wlu, i.v.vy..i n.mn. i tiiritv ninrprini. i'nr voiinirsrpr i uv , . ... .. , . " " " Z- esi iresnman 111 inc rrtiu ui Blngara out of Emily, 2:11. n; spcclators kntnv that lt was only Geers has been a mile in iu witn ,;.,.,, i.'i0minK Hnrrls Yost third. Thore were eighteen starterii Contrary to custom in recent years "Danny" Maher, the Amerlcan jock ey, place ln the jockey champlonshlp. Moml,i,s aay he is the fastest-galted , 4 the shlftv attaek. He has 12G successful mounts trotter tlloy havc evcl. seen, . ,.. .,i. N ; against Jockey AVooten's 137. , yisltors at Walnut Hall farm say ! t ' ' - I.afayette Elecls Dannt'liower. Easton, Pa., Nov. 29 W.F. Danne hower, the quarterback of the Lafay- etto football team, has been elected Danny" Maher, the Amerlcan jock- ' Ule Huguenot. brother to The Abbe, , showIn(: ..ptnn.. AVellS how to captaln for ioil. The has been ' l ? ''Im " Z ! , and Th0 A1,bot' iU,a th0 rn" 1,,rrt1 "t 1 'l 1 " rtProTwnpilust , awar(k.u to tho followlng players: ' Harry Burgoyn puts it mlldly when f).om Ul,8 colllUry ntt8 ever Konc t0 referring to the yearllngs thore as Cul)a wltl ,tg strongest teaul. Wita 29. While thc ,,ust thls famous speed-producim,' i f. .., , ,,. , t f t, At, lliplano Iturn Uichiuond, Va., Nov. unai ies i. tiaitimoii, me Aiiieriuuu estauusnment Iias ever nau. ; utics tney become a very ordlnary aviator who llew from New York lo j0hn DlckiiiBon will ship tho Hill- 1 1)asel)all outflt. Philadelphla and back last June, wasanddale farm youngsters to Momphla 'It ,!e(jUire(1 syndlcato hall to brlng craiiKing iiie engiue oi uie riuiiuuuii tnls wceU. As usitai tne aiaoie wni 4 , Foremau, Fillniore, Crane, Wagon I hurst, Schwenk, Woodcock, Gross, Dannehower, Psiegel, Norrks, Roth, Holand, Roycr, Wolf. Probst. O'Brten and Kelly. lluys Rube Waddell. Minneapolls, CMinn., Nov. 28. Tho i Minneapolis ibaseball club of the fccted Jcultry Food," M. H. Runnells of South Newbury, Vt., expresses the almost unlversal sentlment of all who have carefully used thls food. He says: "Havlng sold Page's Perfect- ed Poultry Food for several years past, we nnhesltatlngly commend !t to all keopers of poultry as the besf food on the market for laying henu AVe have already placed our order for the comlng season, and. ln a few days wlll be ready to scrve our custoiuers again. As a food for the cold season we thlnk lt has no equal." If you want to know more abi thls food and the best ways of uslnc it. wrlte to C. S. Page. Hyde Park, Vt., for his booklet, "Profltable Poul try." It wlll bo sont freo, postpald to anyone mcntionlng thls paper. the Amerlcan League to the front. lAlllerican Association today announc- hlnliinp H hnpl.'-fli'pil . thp CMSnlpnp .n ...n.in ,n. r Mm irnt rf lnlllnl nml t . . .. , , ... "i ' "" inuui- ui hv. w. iinpn nii n nntifi rnnrintr. i'rpsni(?iii. i t .l. t c ti-i of the carburetor catcbiug, and in i Dlckcrson counts them the best he 'Bon j,ollIli.oll Rot bUBy Bllrt found lo- Z tlie St I ouls i turn setth.R flre to the wings of the ms ever tralned. cal caIita,lsts t0 n.ack the eight ?ca m Vadde 11 plave l wlth niachine. The illmsy materlal buru-( European records are becoining clubg pnt 1)is league ln a 1103. lcJI "auut" l"'lc, Busmess Directon Rube merl- New- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Count slx words of characters to llne: 5 centi 7 " 2 Llnes, Each Insertion 3 " " " 4 ,i 5 " " " G " " THE TWO GREATESTJFOOTBALL PLAYERS OF YEAR. eu swmiy anu auour. iwo siiuate reCognized on thls sltle ot tne water. HnI1 ....,.. ,, .,,. eonli COntrol two yards'were consumed and the framo Everyone speaks of Siliko, 2:0S14. . cuus, j damaged before the ilameis could be , The futurlty wlnnor's record on an Kustern League and Amerlcan ! l"t t- Amerlcan course in 2:11, the 2:0SV4 I Ai!flnpi.1tlmi m-p not aftor a hichcr ! m.w,. . T.n .-r , . , ,.TV-v loing niade on a llve-furlong traek , , caton, as they refused promo-! MfCHIfiAlNPS T.RFT ailARH ANH YAl.R'S l.RFT RND Jm Aust.a .,tlon t0 cln88 A lBBt wnot I WtlllL. 13 11 IJt-VJlilV breed to Colorado E, 2:04, are tho , t0 tlle xational agreement, wliich ls reading Lady, 2:07; Czarevan, a lnoru interesting sltuatlon for the 2:074; Tuna, 2:0SV; Hazel KinnQy, majors to handle. 2:09; 'Blsa, 2:10,; Muda Guy, Secretary Tom Davls has settled 2:12; Amerlcan' Belle, 2:12; and , on rtichmond, Va., as the trainlng Little Sweetheart, 2:12. jcamp for the New York Highlanders. Wllllam Bradley of Ardmaer farm For yeavs charlottesville, Va., was a has declded to reduco his extenslve j aVorite trainlng camp for Boston trotting stud to about 20 brood jnares, and will accbrdlngly sell something llke 75 du the January auc tlon at Madison Square Garden. Most of his mares are in foal to Bin- gen, 2:0G, or to Guy Axworthy, i, jec jolini0 Kllng and Joe Tinker 2:08. . Ijn oiant unlfonu next season. J3oth An even dozen paclng mares have i are salll to deslre a change of base, beaten 2:01. Dariel, 2:00; Iadyland jicGraw ls perfectly wllllng to Maud C, 2:00; The BronchoJ land then)i 2:00; Cltation. 2:01'; Ecstatic, 1 .Pll v. Ynvk Hlehlander have j2:01; Darkey Hal, 2:02; Aileen arraI1ROa f0r threo ganies at Clncln AVIlson, 2:01; Mona Wllkes, 2:03; , natl Uuto,.c the oponlng of the regu- s 10 3I1LEAGE I100KS HEXTKI). WALTER C. WASHI1URN, Yontpeller, Yt. Lawrcnce Block I'lionc 105-12 BENBROOK clH'hs. There Jimmle Collins framed up his batting order for the flrst Boston Amerlcan League team and didn't change lt for several seasons. The New York fans are hoplng .o 3ITLEAGES lientcd, IJonght nml Sold II. A. BOWaiAN, State Srrcct, MontpcUcr, Yt. Dlt. HAJfSOX, OCDLIST, Enr, Nose and Throat. to 4:30 Lnwrcnce Hlock. ' FRED 1.'. OLEASON, Attorncy at Lnw. Room S, Lnngdon B1Ui,'m Montpelier. I... i 03; Hal Raven, and lar season ln April. 1)11. W. K. MACKAY Dcntlst Offlcc, hnlle 1G, Howland Illock llarre, Ycrmont. Offlce hours: 8:30 a. m. to 12 m, and 1:30 to 5 p. m. Tel. 102-11. S29-tf 10 " " io " 15' 17V. ,. 20 " 22 V. 25 " " Larger advs. at the rate of 24 cents per llne, each Insertion. No charge less than 10 centa. HELP WAISTED-FEJIALE WANTED Experienced laundry woman. Apply at once at Montpelier House. 029-tf TEACHERS WANTED More fall vacancles yet to be fllled. No fee un less placed.. Wrlte today, mentloninR grado and date of certiflcate. The Hathaway Teacher3 Agency, Ben nington. VL S8-tl WANTED Kltchen glrl at Lang don street restaurant. N24-tf WANTED A middle-aged lady to act as housekeepcr. Address Henry Ahearn, R. F. D. 1, Tel 334-22. N29d3t mSCELLANEOUS. iMaud Keswick, 2:03. Ordors Son'ii Aeropliincs. Hermau Tyson of Newark, Del., Hoston, Nov. 29 ln the shcps of had a vory successful season wlth j tne uUVgess Company & Curtls, mak the pacers, Zlmmerman, Ellon I erg of aer0planes at Marblehead, a Brown, Oharlie Mitchell, Str Tliomaa i arKU f0rco ls engaged now on what Llpton and Torna Wilkes. Thes flve j (s D0ieve,i to he the largest slngle pacers started in 70 ovonts, of whlch O'ruor ovcr placed ln the United Stat?s tlioy won 11, were soconu i tnnes, fol. neroplanes, and also the tlrat or THE UNIOX IIODSE, So. ainlii Street, Rnrrc, Yt. Mr. nnd 3Irs. W. 31. Itoscrs. Boardors by the day or week. Cars pass the door every half bour thlrU elght, fourth unplaced. , iMlllard Drlnkwater ls busy wlth a jnumber of highly bred youngsters, I whlch are gettlng thelr flrst lessons Jon the roatla about Braintree. The yearling colt by Slr Todd, out of jCastanea, 2.19, dam of Cochato, 12:11, and Tho Bosun, 2:05, otc, Is pronounced tho ilnest indlvldual that tlie daughter of Plstachlo has yet produced. Mlllard says that there is no doubt that thls chap wlll be a fast trotter. HASEIIAIili 'OTES. Awed bj Aeroplniic. Rlchnioud, Va., Nov. 29. Twolvo hundred convlcts at tho State penl tentlary had thelr flrst vlew of an aoroplane Saturday, when John B. I.Molsant salled twlco over the prlson lti a Blorlot machlne. The lllght was arranged for by a lccal newspapcr for tho henellt cf llfe prisoners, many of whom wero locked wlthlu tho gray walls loug before tho udvent oven of street cars and auto raoblles. To thom tho alght was a evolatlon and, llke thelr follpws, thpy were too awe-strlcken to shou. Thero wlll bo fow changes ln tho playlug rules thls year. The anlnor leagues and the baseball wrlters' as- i soclation wlll. bo ropresonte;! at the ! rules conferonce. v Frank Connaughtou, who haudlpd tho Waterbury, Conn., League, chani- plons, last year, is at his home on Unlon Park street, Boston, consider lng aoveral orfers far next season. Tho natlonnl coinmlsslon has declarod Connaughtou a freo agent, as tho Waterbury club acknowledged havlng n sldo agreomcnt wlth hlm. Tlp O'Noll, presldent of the Wcst orn League, ls making all tho nr rangemonts for tho trip ot tho Bos ton Red Sox to tho Paclllc coast thls sprlng. O'Noll Is an old haiul at tho huslnees. Charley Dooloy, now n inanagor, and Tlp O'Noll wero n fa mous battory 15 year3 ago. Eddio Collins, tho whlrlwlud scc ond basomaii of the champion Ath lctics, wlll Tiot tako the trlp to Cuba wlth tho Iwys next month. No team twlce and twlce (,or ,,iac(,(l j an Amerlcan factory i by a foretgn aviator. The order ls for seven blplanes )f a speclal type for Claudo Grahame Whito, the Engllsh aviator who was promlnent ln the Harvavd-Boston and tho Belmont Park meets and who has slnco been llylng ln various parts of the .Unltod States. After making a comparatlve study of tho aoroplane factorles in the United States and abroad, Graham- ! White has selected Burgess Company & Curtis to 1111 his order. It ls sald that tho seven planes aro only tho be glnnlng of a much larger order. Wlll Flv Out Isthmus. New York, Nov. 29. ClUTord B. Harinon, chlef or staff of tho United States aeronaiitlcal reserv'e, plans a new nrgument agalust fortlfylng the Panaiua Canal. He announced tho other ovenlng that on a date not yet named' he wlll attempt an aoroplane lllght ticross tho isthmus from ocean to oconn." "My objcct," sald Mr. Harmon, "ls to 8how that, no matter how strong or how elaborato tho fortlcatlons at tho ontrance to tho cannl, it wlll lw posslblo for an aeroplano to pass ov or tliom at a safo holght and dostroy thom, renderlng the enormoua oxpon dituro contemplnted a waste or money." XOKT1I (JEinfAX LI.OVD S. S. C(. "Koenig Alhert," sall ng from New York, Dec 3. Offerlng excel lent opportuuity to reach ltaly beforo Christmas. I'Vr ticketB, 'sailing lists and reser- vatlons, apply to S. S. Iiallard, Agt., 11-12 Lawrence Bldg., Montpelier, Vt. A i PROF. F. MURRIN Elocutlon, Draniatlc Art, Volco and Physlcal Culture Elmore Hall Tlnirsday's Hours: 0 a. m. 5 p. m. 028-tf D. N. Hunt will be at 2 Barre street Wednesdays and Saturdays to buy raw furs. n24-6t WANTED Large second-hand roll top desk. Address, P. O. Box 152 NSO-tf TO HENT. HOUSE TO RENT Inqulre 3 Bald win street. 05-tf, TO RENT Tenement, 4 or 5 roomF iu good location. Apply 18 Main St. D. Tomassl. N4dtf TO RENT Furnlshed Rooms, 19 Pltkln Court. rear Clty Hall. N15tf W. E. COXXEIt, Vetcrlnnrv 1.1 St. Paul Street. X. E. riione 3S.L. nifiir GitADE rr.vxos l Loiicst Prlccs BAILEY 3IUSIC ROOMS II. J. Lultoo 11 Elm Street Barre, Yt. N28-lm THE SHELLEY TUXGSTEX Roduces your electrlc Hght blll. Thls Is a good tlmo to havo your electrlc llght w(res lookcd over, beforo tho long wintor niguts nrrive. W. L. LAWIETE, 11 East Stato St. Onn. Yattor Shoo hop. Tel. 2G-2 Elkely To Stav On tlie Joh. Tho usual rciwrt Is In clrculatlon that when tho .Eastern Loaguo of tho Professional Jtaseball Clubs 3iieet3 at tho Hotol Vlctorla jtoxt month detor- s ar. ivoitifarAN, m. d., ocuiist lllancliard Opcm House IHock Appolntmonts can bo mado for ex- amlnatlon of oyes ror giasses. HLOCK AND CIHCIjE WOOD. Chalr Wood antl KliHllIngs. TAIT & ODELI., Fucl Deiilers. mlncd opposltlon to tho reelectlon of ('or. Main imd Uarro Sts. I'lionc 201.2 TO RENT Warm four room tene ment at Ploncerover Ajas' market at $9. Four room tcnomenfat 101 Rlv er street at $10. Seven room tenement at 178 Berlin street at $15. Apply to E. C. Gltchell. 52 Prospect street. N30-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Two largo bullrtlng lots on Pleasant street, slzo 75x130 feet; lots aro graded almost to level and command ono of tho finost vlows in clty. F. H. Tracy. OlOdtf JUST RECEIVED A nlco stovo coal; order wanted. E. C. Gltchell. carload of at once if 025-tf LOST. LOST Iidles' green leathor purse coutatulng sum of money. betwecn Popo's store and Hlbhard's. Ftnder wlll be rewarded bv leavlng it at 24 Stato street. N30-tf LOST Pull pup, seven months ld brindle and whlto, docked tall, but not cars. Had collar on wlth owner's nnnio. Reward lf rcturned to F. K Goss, Rl.Bailey nvenue. N29-tf FOU.M). FOUND ln front of Farwell's storo yestcrday a purse wlth small Biim of money. Owner can get same by calllng at Jall. provlng property nnd poying for thls ntl. N30-U