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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY JUNE 1, 1905 sajHkaiaaM. Better Frulli-Better Profits. i . Better peaches, applet, pears and i berries are produced when Potash it liberally applied to the soil. To Insure a full crop, of choicest quality, I use a fertiliser containing: not less than 10 par cant, actual I Potash Ratnd trtf AUf dftfrifil twiAVa nf tftf avm tlAM l thty arc boi tdvqrtiiinf wmphUu. booming I iptwu iinmatri, dui art auihontttirt OMUUN KALI WOUS M Ritsaa St., MwVtrk, WON BY VERMONT Debaters Proved Stronger Than Those from Bates. Mippnrlrd h -nllve tin the que Hon nf the I' lilted Stales Maintain ing n roller of Colonial .tpa onion. Jriin Intercollegiate debate between li.itcs College nt j.cwlxtnn, Mr., nnil the Vtilvcrslty of Vermont, v.'hlc1i oc i urrrd Friday evening in tlie College Street Church on the question ' 1 1 solved, Thiit t lie United Stales Should fllnlntnin a I'ollcy of Colonial Kpun sion." resulted In a victory for the lo cal university, which argued the ncga livo side. The judges, in rendering their decision, complimented the trams of l)otli Institutions on their ease mm speakers, clearness, grasp of subject, lesenrch nnd cvldenco of wldo and careful reading. The debating teams were as fol lows: Affirmative, Hates W. W. James. 'Oil. J. C. Merrill, ufi, and O. M, llolman, '0.". -N'cgative. Vermonl U. V. Perry, 'fiS. A. W. Stone, '07, and K. V. Pei kins. '05. Knr the main speeches 12 minutes were allowed each speaker; In rebuttal, f.ve. minuter. The Judges were the Hon. Frank Vlumlev of Nnrthfie-lel. Prof, .lolin K. ,ord of Dartmouth College, Hanover. X. ll ami tho Hon. W. U Bitmap of this city. Kx-ljov. John W. Stewart of Mid cllebury linil been announced r.s one nf the judges but In his inability to he pres ent, the third jade was Mr. Bitmap. Th debate was opened by the aftlrma live side through Mr. .lames, the speak ers of the two sides then presenting their Arguments alternately. President lUick liam prelded and Introduced the speak er. Judge K. C. Mower acted as um pire. TO Cl'IIE A COI.IJ IX OM3 DAY Take 1.AXATIVK IIROJIO QUIXIXIJ tablet. All druggists refund tho money If it rails to cure. E. v. Grove's signature is on each bc. C5c. P.KVISKU. Mnmnia Xnw, as this l your tiftli hlrthday. Robert, would you like to havo fi p --ttt. cake with live candles In it'.' Robert Well I Kites I'd rather have five pukes and one candle' Cleveland leader. mm st-rso YOUR OUTING on run lin c or tub CANADIAN PACIFIC RY. Ths gruUit variety front which to tiliet. A vieatlon minii, varying from CAMPING IN VIRGIN WILDS to luxuriitint st PALATIAL HOTELS by SEASHORE, LAKES, RIVERS, GLA CIERS, MOUNTAINS. DMrrlb tirleflj tha ott of rac-atlon yoii wlih to tnlAf, and w will rhwttillr f umlih 4etatle4 Information, tnrluitlng holel ratei, ctr., anil detcripttTO pamphtti pertaining thureto, WRITE H. J. COLVIN, DEPT. E, 30 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON BOOK BINDING AND PRINTING. It will cost you nothing to get prices and wo have been ablo to gain and satisfy bo many good customem that wo fool wire that you also will ilnd our print whop and bindery able to servo (you to yintp t complete 'satisfaction. TUB FHBH PItl'lHS PIIINTI.VU CO. Burllattu.. Vt. II It fiBsP SENSATIONAL MESSAGE. Mayor Burke Makei All forts of Charge. i Aa MlaM Hp Rxpreteit, the Aliened nr llaqnenla Are All Republican Opinion .abraled by City Attorney Bronn. In ii sensational inescagn presented to tho board of aldermen nt a special meeting' Thttrsdny night Mayor Burke charged that Herald Stevens, former superintendent of slrrctK, Included In his report for tho last Mtiatter Items for work amounting to fl.wp, not a dollar of which represents ttork dono this yenr; that Alderman SMIIo.i ncecpt.'d a conunlsHlon if (25 on the pur chase of u horse for the fire department, and that X. K. Xiiown, str.et commls Moiier, has tern negligent In the dl.i clmtge of hl cluticH. In the message lie asls that If the charge agalrst Alderman SMihs be found true he be requested to rolpn hl.-s office. In addition to the mayor's mcsLiice a I (solution was passed ro,uestlr.ir Air. fir-inii to appear b"foro the boanl Mon day evening to show why he should not be removed. Tho bond Mihmlttcd by 1). W. ('. Clapp. as superintendent of streets, was returned to tho beard with an opin ion f i oni Oty Attorney Bron to the ffcct that it was Insufficient, ttorney tlrown aino rendered a report on the lesj ulity of the ordluarcc prohlblllii!; the use of sof: coal, MAYOP.'S MIISSACiR. The mayor's niossnsp follows, exactly as wrltl-n: At a special meellns of the board of aldermen, hejii on tho nth of this month, Herald Stevens ex-superlnten-ilent fif streets, pivsentcd a quarterly statement for the period beginning January 1, inn;., to May . 100."., and on account of the nature of this report as ceceptcd by you, fed it my duty tu (all your attention to the same. Not withstanding tho fact as you will see by refcirlng to his report for the year 1504, ho reports a, balance of JtT.tiT in the treasury, with no out standing bills unpaid. Included In the expenses lor the llrst quarter of the present year as reported by Mr. Stevens, which sum amounts to over Jlfi.noO, Is about ?4,00l) for work on streets, repairing tools and other ex penses, not one dollar of which I epre sents work done this year. As you are aware the reports of tho different de partments aio for tho bcneilt of the public and are supposed to deal honest ly with the same, but when you con sider the untitle of these reports I think It Is time for us to begin and be more vigilant In looking after the city's Interests before any such reports are accepted. Mr. Stevens, although generally supposed by the public to havo vacated the office on the llrst of tho month still retains the books and combination of the safe at the present lime and refused to turn them over to the proper person. A change in tho management of the water department was also made on t lie llrst of the present month. K. O. Sinclair suc ceeding K H. Crandall, but when the retiring superintendent left the office he changed the combination of the safe and kept same and books In his possession for one week before giving them up to the proper person. A week later In looking up matters In the of lice it was found that Mr. Crandall had the check book in Ids possession, also the old chocks, and when asked for them returned the book but re fuseri to return the checks by haying they had been destroyed. Von also know that at tho present time the mayor or your city, like Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia. Is en joined by the courts because In the exercises of his offi cial duty in the interests of the pcopla and with your assistance in what 1 belicvo to be a perfectly legal manner he tried to prevent a would-be briber In holding- a position of trust and honor involving the supervision of spending $45,000 of the peo ple' money. The evidence of attempted bribery, tho penalty for wlhclt according to the laws of our 8tat may be ttva yents In Btato prison, are now on 1n In this office In the form of worn affidavits by responsible persons. ( Another Imnortnnt matter I fael It my duty to rail your attention to la tumor which lias been current reflecting on u member of your honorable body and after investigating the matter 1 find that suld rumor appears to bo well-grounded and is to the effect that the chairman of last year's tire committee charged a commis sion of on a horse bought by him on the 25th of August, 1!0I, for use In the tire department. If after investigation this rumor pioveB true 1 would recommend at least that said member bo asked to make restitution to the city nnd also that he he requested to resign his seat as u member of the city council. We also find that X. K. Urowu, one of our street commissioners, sinro the second clay of this month has repeatedly refused when requested by his associates in office to participate in any meetings in the per formance of his sworn duty uh street commissioner, (ientlcman, I believe It to he my duty to call your attention to these thlnes as from sources which 1 fully b. llevo to be ti ue these same abuses havo existed for n number of years and I think it Is time to cry a halt and insist that for the future the clly of Burlington shall and must have an honest administration of its municipal affaiis and 1 would respect fully ask the hearty co-operation nf your honorable body In Utilising about this much desired result. ItP.OWX MI'ST KXP1A1N. Tho mayor's message was accepted and placed on file, after which the fol lowing resolution was offered by Al derman Courtney: Hesolved, That X. K, Drown, street commissioner of tho City of Burling ton, bo nnd is hereby charged with be ing guilty of ncgllgenro In repeatedly refusing to perform the duties of his office since tho second day of May, when so requested by Ids associates in office, to the great detriment of the City of Darlington; and also being guilty of bad conduct in helping to elect to office as superintendent Of streets a person whom ho knew to be unfit to hold so important a .position. Therefore out of courtesy to Mr, Brown ha It resolved that tho city clerk be und Is hereby requested to notify Mr. Brown of tho charges so made and usk him to nppear at un ad journed meeting to ba held on Monday, Muy SV, lit 7:30 p. m., and show cuiiho why his office us street roininlssluuer of the City of Bill'llilKlou should not he declared vacant. This resolution was passed wiilituil a dli'sentlng vote, every mvuiher of the board being present, CiaPP'8 IMiNI INHUFKK'IHNT. City Attorney Uroiwt render u.n un. TIRED OUT. Thara's many a wlfa rtu in the growing sjudowi of an aTarrlnt, knowing what It If to feel ured aut; aa if there was not another ounea of afTen left In her. But if healthy the knows bow sound her sntmner wi ba and how re freshed the morning will And her. But It'a another thing for the sick woman to feel tired out. Rett only seesit to Increase her suffering. She faeia acutely tho aching back and throbblsg nerves. Siok woman, hundreds of thousands of them, have been made well by tbo use of Dr. Pierce's Favor Ito Prescription. It establishes regularity, dries weakening drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures femalo weak ness. " I im nleased to Inform you of the benefit i received from uitsja Dr. Plorrc's Favoi Ite Prescription and 'Oolden Medical Discov ery.' " writes Mrs. Rlsaneth A. Oawold. of 45 Brant Street, Windsor, Essex Co., Ontario, Canada, "Was quite discouraged when I wrote aiklnf your advice, aa the phylc.Uns here told me 1 could ret no relief except by an operation. Suffered for four jears from Irregular and profuse menstruation, had sick and nervoua headaches most of the time, and at times could hardly walk across the floor from weakness. I thank H.id there Is such a remedy as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription for sufferlnr women, llcfore I had taken the first bottle the headaches hud left mn and It was not lone befoio refrulnrlty was established and still continues so. Havo Just finished hotise-cleanlni which i never ex pected to be able to do again, and can truly say I never felt better than nt present. I gladly recommend 'Favorite Prescription' t.i all who suffer from female weakness. It bus cured me and made me stronger In every way. Neither my husband nor myself can hay enough In Its praise." Tho selfish seller who urges some sub stitute Is thinking of the larger profit ho'll make and not of jour best good. favorable report on the bond llled by I. W. C. Clapp tit. superintendent of stieets. Ills- report was as follows: Said bond was tiled In the city clerk's ofllce on the let Ii day of May, lWTi, nnd by you te fcrred to me on the same day for my opinion as to Its legality nnd Miftlelency. I'he bond la In proper, form but tho sureties are, from all that 1 can learn about their linancial ability, Insufficient. I am Informed by the clerk (city) that at the time of filing and reference to me hut three names were written on tho body of the bond and hut three signa tures thereto appeared. These names were the following: I). W. C Clapp, as prin cipal, nnd Jloyl K. Sails and BepJ. Har rington us sureties. Th next day (the 1 1 111 Instant) the elerl; tilo informs me, said Clapp took away from said ulllce said bond and returned It In a short time willi four additional names therein written and thereto .sign ed. What the legal effect of such action upon the validity of the bond may be, I am not now prepared to say. J. A. BP.OWX, City Attorney. After the opinion had been read the bond was laid on the table. SOFT COAl. NUISANCE. A repoit was rendered by City Attorney Blown relative to the resolution prohib iting the use of soft coal in tho residen tial portion of Burlington. The report was ns follows: In my opinion, such prohibition should le by ordinance, not by resolution. Such an ordinance to prevent, abate and re move nuisances, would be legal. But It Is in all case ncyesnry that the ordi nances be impartial, fdr and general. Undoubtedly tho city council have power to ordain to what distrlelM or sctlons of tho city such ordnr.nces shall apply. prnided its operation be impartial, lair nnd general therein. Whether tic! use of soft co.d Is a nuisance must depend upon the locality and siirroundlngs wlirro It is used. In Illinois (Har.TiOn vs. Chicago, IP) 111,, prise. 400) a dense smoke which was dcti (men tal to certain classes of property and business and a public aimoyanco to th public nt large, was held to bo a. public nuisance, whether declared so by ordi nance or not; while in Minnesota (Si. Paul vs. Glinilon, ."6 Minn., page 238) such a ttmoke was held not to be a nuisance per so. In Campbell v. Seamon, 83 N. T., 5rtS, vapor from tho use of bituminous coal, No) Dessert Mpre Attractive Why fise gelatine and peooi soura aoaung, sweetening, flavoring and coloring when Jell-O pens. Try it to-day. Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Raspberry, Ohocolato and Cherry. At grocers. 10c. wneny ou make let Cream use Jell-O ICE OBEAM Powder. AU ingredients in the passage. At au grocers. 2 pigs, for 25o, Bud's celebrated Trolling Spoons are made in silver, brass, copper and white enamel. Tho whlto enamel ones for dark day and night fishing. For sulo by all tho leading sporting goods dealers. 103,2taw&w ABENAQUE Hay Preaaes, Eusllase ('niter aiidj Uloivrra, Thresher, (Jrlndera. g Abinaque Machine Works?. Wealinlnater. MMIon, VI, I'al. I', Tor sale by .1, MliLrflc. brook V Soux, Hurllnglua, t, produces better results in two minutes? Everythiiig in the package. Simply add hot water and set to cooL It'sperfection. A sur prise to the honsawife. Hotrnnhla. tH. in h. PHjL Injurious to reretatlon, were held nuisances. Whether the use of anft coal per se la a nuisance or whether It haa become, so In this city Is not In my province to sug gest or determine; that determination belongs entirely to you. But, In conclusion, I think It proper to suggest that no edict or ordinance of yours rnn ineko that a nuisance which otherwise would not be so, MIHCKI .1 .ANBOU8 UL'91 N K88. Tin' electric light nnd water commls sloneis petitioned the board to vote funds not to exceed M.DflO for tho purpose of enlarging the building for the storage of fuel at tho pumping stntlon, the money to come from the electric light fund. A resolution authorizing the work was offered and was adopted. An Invitation to the honrd from fltnn nard Post to attend the. Memorial day exercises was accepted. A resolution wits passed fixing the. salary of the overseer at the poor farm lit $t!00, this being nn Increase of $100 per year. The hoard of electric light commis sioners were authorised to plnce tho necessary number of electric lights In fie city hall park. A resolution was passed authorizing the clly treasurer to borrow a. sum not to ex ceed Wi.iViy to pay accrued nnd accruing liabilities nf the city. FOR FOURTH OF JULY. Arrange Patriotic nnd Temperance Men lee ('nil nt the American Anll-snloon l.engue. Tf. the Kditi.r of The Tree Press: The Fourth of .luly, the nation's natal day. Is more and more becoming a day of dt uiikcnncss, debauchery and noise. In stead or a day for Inculcating the trim spirit of patriotism, ns the fathers in tended should be done. A movement for Its ledeinptlon should begin somewheie. Since the liquor Interests have .made it a day lit which to seek greatest gain by ministering to the vices of the people, It would heem lilting that tho Anti-Saloon l.ei.)jue, the agent of the federated churches, .should take the Initiative in this movement. Willi tills In view wc call upon the churches, the Sabbath schools, tho young people's societies without reference to denominations, In every community where It Is possible to assemble in groves or other convenient places of public meet ings, to spend a part of tho day at least 111 listening to patriotic temperance ad dresses and to Inspiring patriotic music. 'I he boys uinl girls and young people sliould .e accorded a prominent plaeo In these programmes in declamations, souks and dinlogucs. All local temperance or ganizations In the community, such ns tho Woman's f hri'-tian Temperance union, the (iood Templars, Sons of Temperance, Bands of Hope, etc., should bo Invited to participate. The purpose of these meetings Is not to emphasize any particular method of temperance teform. All diffciences, for the time being, sliould be lost sight, of and all the fi lends of the great reform should be brought together for lofty and patriotic discussions of the entire! Held. Speakers should be chosen who can. In an attractive manner, discuss the differ ent, phafs ot the question In an up-to-date witv 'I he old time temperance ad dress, with its detailed description of de b.uuhery and blood-curdling incidents, should lie elmlnated. The brightest und mowt .tppioprlato music should bo ren dered. Anticipating the call for such music, v.i have requcsteel Lorenzo Pub lishing company of Dayton, Ohio, to pre pare sultabl" selections for such services. Samples of the s.inio may be secured by writing direct to this company. A toiiimitUHi on arrangements, repre senting lh" arinus denominations and tempi ranee organizations, should bo ap pointed at opee, in older that they may have ample time to arrange, snh-commlt-tee.s and woik e.ut the details of the pro gramme. For further information and for MiKKPrlinus and co-operation we suggest that each community write . the State headuiiaiMs of tho Anti-Saloon League. P. A. BAKKlt. Supi American Anti-Saloon League. Humors Come to the. surface in the spring as in no other season. It's a pity they don't run themselves nil off that way; but In spite of pimples nnd other eruptions, they mostly lem.iln in the system. That's had. Hood's Sarsapnrillii removes them nnd cures all the painful and disfiguring troubles i hoy cause. Nothing else cleanses the system and clears the complexion like Hood's. HOPE FOR A BOBTAIL. Soldiers Looking for Dishonorable )- eliiirge from I be Army. Three sulillers, who were arrested Wed uevday night by the polico on charges of breach o the peace, were arraigned before .Itnlge Mower in city court Fri day. They offered pleas of guilty and a tine of M and costs ot tf.2H wns taxed in each case, the alternate sentences being Ti days in the Mouse of Correction. The men will all serve, although ono and probably all could pay If they would. B fore being arrested these men went to the police ntllce. ami asked what they would i't if arrested for being drunk, saying that they wanted to get a "bob tall" or dishonorable discharge from the service, Finding that a plain drunk would not accomplish their purpose they left the Htatlim nnd got Into a row In the street, making such a disturbance that they were arrested. They will serve their time and hope to get their desired "hob tall" as a result. While there I life there I hope, 1 was afflicted with catarrh: could nei ther taste nor smell and could hear but little, Kly's Cream Balm cured It. Mar cum U. Shautz. nuluvav. X. J. CBF.AM BALM reached me safely and the elfecl is surprising. My tan says the llrst applliatlon gave decided relief, lie spectfully. Mrs, Franklin Freeman, Do ver. X. II. The Balm does not lirltato or cause sneering. Sold by druggists at fir) ete. or mailed by Uly Brothers, W Warren St., New y"ork. MASONIC ELECTION. Officer of Delia Chapter of Itoae CroU l.'bnaea Friday Kvenlaar. The annual convocation of Delta Chap ter of Iiose Croix, A. A. 8. It., was hold Friday night at the rooms of tho Rlto in tho Masonic Temple and the following officers wero elected: M. W. nnd P. M.-C. II. Stearns ot John son. 8. W.-F. H. Btoddnrd of Bhelburne. J. W.-C. c. Miller of Burlington. G. O.-C. A. Chapman of Fcrrlsburgh. Trcnstirer-Saylea Nichols of Burling ton. Secretary Ti. J. Paige of Burlington. Ilospltaler-L, M. Simpson of Hurling tor. M. of C.-U. If. rto of Burlington, c. of U. Ira W. Drew of Burlington, ti. H. -1, II. Whitman of DiirlliiKtuii, If Ibe Baby ta Cuttles Teeth, Be sure and use that old nnd well-tried remedy. Mrs. Wltislnw's Soothing Syrup for children teething. It soothe the child, softens the gums, allay all pain, cures wind colic and is tho best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle. lOiST COMMENCEMENT Programme of Exercises at Uni versity of Vermont June 24-28. Dedication nf IVerv Medical College Tuesday, June 37 al 4t:to p. m. Commencement Speakers Ml cellnneou University Notes. The one hundred nnd Hrst commence ment exercises of tho University of Vermont will bo held Juno 24 to 2 In clusive. Following Is the programme; SATURDAY, JUNK 24. 2:30 p. m. -Kngsley Prize Speaking In the library. 81 N DAY, JUNK "S. 3:00 p. tn. Baccalaureate Sermon by the President at tho Col lege Street Church. 7:30 p. m. Anniversary of the V, M. C. A. MOXDAV, JUNK 26. 2:00 p. m. Class Day Kxerclscs on the college green. 4:00 p. m. Dedication of the Athletic Field. S:00 p. m. Senior Promenade at the Billings Library. TUKSDAY JUNK 27. 0:00 a, m. Annual meeting ot Phi Beta Kappa. 10:00 a. m Annual meeting of tin: Alumni association in tho elm pel. 12:00 m. Alumni BreakfRSt in the Gymnasium. 1:30 p. m. Meeting ot the Athletic as sociation. 3:00 p. m. Phi Beta Kappa Oration. 4:30 p. m. Dedication of the Medical College. S:00 p. m. College play at Crass Mount. WKDXKSDAT, JUNK 2S. 11:00 a. m. Orations by the graduat ing class Conferring; of degrees. 2:00 p. m. Corporation dinner at the Van Ness House. S:00 p. m. President's reception at the Billings Library. THURSDAY, JUNK 23. !:00 a. rn. Kntrancn examinations In the Williams Science hall. The commencement speakers are Mss Mablc Louise Southwlck Burling ton; Miss Sylvia Sophia Shllvock, St. Albans; Fred Bonar Wright, Burling ton: Kverett Valentine Perkins, Bi'lelgewater Corners; Lee Harris Ilti lett, Granville, X. Y., nnd Wlllard Mon roe Gambell, Barnard. A MONTH FOR BAKER. Old Offender In Court ngaln for Intoxl entlon. Thomns Baker, old but young cnuugli to get drunk, was before Judge Mower Thursday in city court on a charge of intoxication. It win by no means Baker's first appearance In court and he kuow just what to do, offering a plea ot guilty almost before h'e was asked by the judge. As Thomns has been drunk within tlie past .k months It was rcccssary tor him to disclose and he did so, although he was imnhln to tell the name of the man who owned the saloon. He said that ne went to Wit.ooski nnd went into tho first saloon on the lefr hand side of tho road after he crossetl the brhUe. He said no cne there knew him and he knew no ono. He claimed ho stayed two or three hoars but after that knew nothing, not even being able to remember when he was arrested. After tho disclosure wits taken Baker wns sentenced to serve no tlns In the, House of Correction. CHANGE IN LOCATION. P. F.. Stone A Co. lo Occupy Store at 47 Church Street. r. K Stone A- Co. have rented tho vn innt store at 17 Church street, next to McKnnnon Bros." music store, and will open there June 1, In addition to wall paper and Interior decorations, the t.rin will carry a well known lino of reaely m'xed palnt. Mr. 8tor,r eiime to Bur lington 11 years ago and occupied the suite new used by the Woolworlli com pany, loiter the stock wns removed to Bank street nnd tour years ago rooms were taker, over W. G. Heyr.olds's car pet store. The changes and alterations tn the opera house and the growth of Mr. Jleynoldr's enrpet business makes nn othcr niovo necessary. Luring these years Mr. Stone has built up a largo trade throughout the State nnd his unusual taste In selecting papers hus led many to rely nn his judgment. NEW CATALOGUE OF DK LAVAL CBKAM SKPABATOltS. One ot the most complete, Interesting and up-to-dato catalogues ever published oil the subject of Cream Separators has recently been issued by the Dc Laval Scpai ator company of New Yoik. To both tho experienced and inexper iinced buyer ot Cream Separators t hp new 13c, Laval catalogue offers a .iiiuicc of much valuable information. Xot only Is the Importance of the Cream Separator as a protlt making machine for tho cow owner discussed therein In n. clear and easily iindei stood manner, but the book in illustrated throughout with ciits ot tho different .styles of Do Laval machines and their interior, parts, which illustra tions glvo tho rearler nn excellent idea of the De I aval separator and Its opera tion. Tho superiority ot the "Alpha." or "Dire" system of separation over tho old "hollow-howl" system is illustrated und set forth in an interesting nuirner. In fact almost any question ono mlpht nsk concerning separator construction Is fully nnswered in tho Do Laval catalogue. Attention is also called to the Improve ments made In the 19tt De Laval ma chines, and tho fact that tho De Lavnl separator to-day offeis even areata- ad vantages to tha vser than ever before, Cver twenty.five years of experience in manufacturing separators, on the part of the Dj Laval company, have mndr. the 1905 Pe Laval machines Ideally perfect in i-klmmlng efficiency, durability, case of operation, eta, A better understanding Is had of De Lavnl "value" and of the important part it has played In develop. Im; tho modern dairy Industry of the world when attention Is called to the fact Mutt over IXiO.OuO Do Laval machines lire In actual use lu-duy, and that mm bur wo tern creamery conce rn ulunc Ims sulci over l..,W Do Laval pejin rutins .mil Is paying out on un uverage of $",ix,ihio.uu each voir for Do Larval produced cream. The high standard t separator value ultlch Iiiim bcn maintained in tho Do Lnval machines, and for which they have been renowned for a quarter of a ten-) ROW CM YOU REFUSE? We are wilting to stll you Cal-cura Solvent, Dr. Uavlrl Kennedy's latent medicine, on an abso lute guarantee to refund your money if It fail to dissolve and expel stone and (ravel from kidnev and Madder, and cure all forms of kidney die. cite. Cal-cura Sntveel cures kidney troubles and backaches by dissolving the irritating grirl, atone and uric acid that cause these diseases, thus making a permanent cure. We are warranted In making this offer because its record of cures Is nine out of every ten cases. It Is not a patent medicine ; tt Is a prescription from the hands of a svrll-knnun physician and surqetin a medicine used by Dr. Kennedy In his large private practice with unfailing success. Our faith Is shown by our unusual offer. money back should Cal-cura fail. Write The Cal cura Co., Kingston, N.Y., for free, treatment bottle. . W. O'Snlllvan, Drogajlat. tury, Is well worthy the consideration of every prospective huyer. nnd any mm seeking ttp.arator facts or Information upon the centrifugal separation or crt.im can do no better than write to Tho Do Laval Separator company, at their Gen eral Offices, 74 Cortlandt street, Now York, or ono of their various branches, foi a free copy ot their most Interesting CMtilloglli". TWO ENCAMPMENTS. Annunl Merlin; of Mon nf Veteran nnd l.ntllcs' Alii Model lea at lllehrord. The Clrd annual encampment of the Ver mont Division, Sons or Veterans, will bo held in Illchford In conjunction with tliu 1.1th annual encampment of the Vermont UMslon, Ladles' Aid societies of tho S. of V commencing June l:;. The pru grammo will bo ns follows: TUKSDAY, JUXK l.i. S:00 p. in. Beeeptlon and hall by Cnmp Xo. II, S. ot V In Aser's Opera House, to the Ver mont Division, Sons of Vet erans, nnd Ladles' Aid socie ties. 9:1." n. m. Session of committee on cre dentials. &:.'I0 a. m.Bnnnrt of committee on creden tials. Boll call, of members. 9:iV) a. m. Opening of encampment and roll call of officers. WKDXKSDAY, JUXK II. Appointment of committees. Beport of officers. IScference of communications of camps and individuals. 12.00 nt. Ilccess. 1;.W p. ni. Encampment session. Beading of minutes. Ueport of division council, t'nllnlshed business, Xew business. Klectlon ot officers. Becess. j S:"0 p. m. Camp tiic at Aycr's Opera IlOUfeC. THURSDAY. JUXK 15. ?:o a. m. Installation of olflcers. Beading of minutes. Closing of encampment. RELEASED FROM JAIL. Two Richmond Iloj Who Were Charg ed vslfh Cruelty Set Free. Fred Lashway and Albert Miller, two Richmond boys, were released from jail Thursday, cases charging them with cm elty to animals having been nolle proised by State's Attorney Sherman. Uishway and Miller wero brought hero early In tho week on a charge of having driven a horso owned by O'Brien Bros, so hard that it died. They made nrrangements to pay the owner the value of the horse. Complaint was made against them by Humane Agent Fuller and a criminal warrant was made out. Tho men deter mined to plead guilty and it was shown that the horse was killed through igno ranco rather than through design and when Justice J. T. Stearns appeared at tho jail Thursday the cases wero nolle pressed. Don't Wonder Where You Got It but at the first sign of cough or cold, take Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar and effect a quick and pleasant cure.- Sold by all druggists. Pike's Toothache Drepg Cure In One Minute. Fertilizer Freejor tbe Asitoc. Farmers, fianlenprs, Florisis, Seedsmen, Oreeuhouse Proprie tors, Nurserymen, indeed tiny one who will send his nnme on n pos tal card to G S. Page, Hyde Park, Vt.. nnd simply say "1 saw your adv. in the Free Press, StMid us a sample of your Pago's Plant Food" (will receive a sample promptly, free, postpaid. From what wc know of the reputation of Air. Page we are inclined to be lievc that ids Plant Food is an ar ticle of genuine merit and when you note the ingredients and he will send them to you with the mail sample you will see that the ordinary impositions that are too often practiced upon the farmers under the head of "Fertilizers" do not exist in Page's Plant Food Adress (J. g, IHr,P( lIyil0 pa,.k y( lOw.tf. ALL KINDS Or ROW BOATS and SAIL BOATS MADE TO ORDER. First class work and tha Holcomb model tell tho alory. Order solicited early. For prices aCdrvss, J. C. DENNIS, Raar HI run Hid., Uurllngtoa, VI. Card board at rasa prim tos Vermont Has II flnme One with Cms Here November at. Mntijit?,. e I. ..t...... ..r at.- ....a... - ......... ... i,,,; , Vt "i. .noon!, looioan team nuiiolUiccs Benson's schedule of J:l names. The slly is fortunate In seeitrlnir "Dud" rir who played end on the Pennsylv: eleven last year, to coach this fall, only men of Inst year's team who g Unto this venp l'..i . back, and llilra irilti.,1 Cl,n ,.. candlilntis who will enter next fall Is liouneed ns unusually Inrgo and Vern In consemience has a bright outlook f. strotur team. All mmr. u m ,.i eniinnini f ield unless otherwise st It being noted that the season eoltt.lt. with the Holy Cross grime November October I Dartmouth at Hanover, N October 7 Middlehury. rif.ini.,.. tie..fli ......... wvuii-. i ...ni.-.tin ,,L .tt iMiiiptrt Conn. October 21-New Hampshire State icge. October 2"i Norwich. rir.litl-.rt . A ti.l.H.M. i A t . v m N. V. IV.1'r.ttil,nn 7 St u. .,-,-.t-t . ."November ll St. Lawrence. November 1.". -Norwich ut Northflehl November IS Brown at Providence, November 21 link' C Xovenilter L-.l !rititwtmfim.fro,V!ri!iM r.1 game. OFFB'KRS OF LOCAL WORK. CIKTY. At the annunl meeting of tho Lo. tVftfl.- vsiloM' ftf li. Af nf t,. ..Ii-. r t belt) Friday afternoon, them office were elected; President Mr. G, I). Snrrmnn Vice-president Mrs. U S Collins. Secretary Mrs. K. P. Howe, Treasurer Mrs. Ira Bussell. Chairman of districts Mrs. F Wood, Mrs. S. Huntington, Mr. f Hatch, Mrs. George Blxby, Miss Ma Walker and Miss Ada Blair. I Stops OMUm D:ir:ii- m i try. ' ' ("w ourem On u i"r. n., fi M HM V the attacks of tl n wise and the defense of the foolMi and will continue to do so In the, fiituie. We havo sold, ate celling now. and will con tinue to sell tlie best fiio Insurance obtainable at the lowest possible ra tes and respectfully solicit your patronage. T. S. PECK. INSURANCE Burlington Vermont. MILEAGES. Tills Insurance office will close at 12:30 p. m. Saturdays during the months of June, July, August and September. STATE MUTUAL Finn in. co Itiillnnd, VI. AGENTS WANTED. LEGAL ADVICE legal advlco anil are not fam with any lawyer or, perhaps for p sonal icasons. do not wish to cons it thus situated write out fully the fa"' rnneernlnir wK.cli von wish conns, t and send the same to me by mall, en closing two dollars, and by retur mall 1 will send you, over my slgna tore, full ndvlce concernlnc tho matte llltUlieu ituuut. eiatt t itjiuii sired. lti .h . j . i.tr i. Any ai x-aw , - .-..11 - " . tl.l.l I., , .,H - " rt ...... AMost Exceptional Opportunity To Buy An OUTING SUIT 100 Of Them At Just Half Price ifi 4 luivs a misrhty good Ol'TIXU SIMT. You can have it for $7. -A iff) SUIT wc give you for $3. Last year's Suits, hut you'd never know it unless wc told you. -Just 100 of them, and wc doh't think they'll last long at that price. Hotter pick ono to day ! B.Turk&Bro., The Leading Clothiers, I6i aai IBS COI.MCGE IT.