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Women's Stockings.
Plain black lace, full length or lace boot, 50c and 25c.
LJile Lace, in plain black or fancy colors, hand embroidered, very
effective patterns. 60o.
Oauae Lisle, in plain black or colors, hand embroidered in dainty
designs. 50c and 75c.
Lisle in black or fancy colors, hand embroidered or lace patterns,
2 ssair in fancy box, special for holiday trade, per box $1.00.
Main black all silk, in medium or heavy weight, $1.10 and $1.60.
See south window.
Ask for "Royal Gold Bond" stamps.
Officers lle-elrcted at the Annual
Meeting l.nst Week.
The nnnunl meeting or tlio Vermont
Fish and Oniric League was held In
this city Nov. tr nt tho Van Nes
House. Tim meeting was called to or
der by President V. L. Fish. On mo
llon, the reading of tho minute ot the
Inst meeting, was omitted.
The report of tho treasurer. C. F.
Lowe of Montpeller, was road and ac
cepted, It showed that tlio total ro-
ccipti for tho year wore $1,M30.7, with
..1 .HuLtenlilAnla 1 f 41 .090.57. lfHV-
, ' nnn -n em., nr '
II IT n MlLlillllt VV I "'iiii
SIOSTfi was paid from tho Wheeler
fund for properly accounted claims for
damages dono by deer.
The names of tho three following
Tcntlemon were presented and elected
to membership: Dr. IX C. Noble of
Hflddleliury. presented by T. M. Chap
man of tiiat town; Dr. C. II. needier
nf this city, by Dr. It. C. Tlnkhnm:
John II. Donnelley of Vcrgennes, by
" F. Lowe of Montpellor.
Resignations from membership In
ie league wero received from J. T.
Preston of Vcrgcnnci and L. II. Tal
cott of North Wllllston.
Tho old officers weie elected for the
year ensuing as follows:
President Frank L. Fish of Vcr-
Secretary Henry O. Thomas
St owe.
Treasurer Charles F. Lowe of Mont
peller. Vice-presidents John W. Tltcomb ot
Washington, D. C, J. S. Flint of liur
llngtcm, C. C. Warren of Wuterbury,
F. L. Greene of St. Albans, J. CJ. Brown
of Montpeller. C. M. Craves nf Itenhlng
ton, J. F. Hooker of Brattleboro.
Executive committee T. Sr. Chapman
of Mieldlchury, W. E. Hawks ot Ren
nlngton, T. n. Stiles of St. Johnsbury,
Edward Welts of Burlington, E. M.
Ilartlett of Island Pond, F. W. Mitchell
of lllohford, N. W. Fisk of Isle La
Motte, O. E. Luce of Stowe, Nelson
Bailey of Wells River, F. K. Alfred of
Newport, M. E. Wheeler of Rutland,
L. H. areene of Montpeller. O. U. Tup-
per of Bethel, J. L. Dacon of Whits
Itlver Junction.
The question of holdlnff a midwinter
banquet was Informally discussed but
no definite action was taken. It was
argued that It is necessary for the
Kood of thn IcaRiio to brlnp tho mem
bers together and that a banquet Is
what will do It. On tho other bnnd
It was questioned whether It would bo
advisable to hold a banquet in Jan
uary and another in connection with
the annual meeting next fall. It was
vottd that tho secretary send out com
munications to the members of the
leaKuo to ascertain whether t'noy are
In favor of holding a banquet nt some
date after the middle of the coming
On motion. It was voted that tho
president appoint a legislative com
mittee, not to exceed two In number,
to look after tho Interests of the
league at the session of 1900. Presi
dent Fish will make announcement of
this committee later.
Many Chuck Ready and Waiting for
Trial hut .lodge Could Not Remiiln.
The S?pt ember tcim of Chittenden
county court took final ndjnurnmnit
Wednesday NovemLir 1!.). Al
though there wore a large number of
ruses rccdy and waiting for trial, It was
j.eceFsary for Jude Ilapoltou to hold
court elwhore and the Chittenden c.oun-
t session had to be adjourned.
In the case of C.sper Berry & Co. vs.
C. V. Richardson, Judgment was enteied
for the plaintiff to toi-over damages nf
!.M1 IS and costs nf 2( '.0.
In the case nf Christie Peters vs. c,. w.
K- ll"y and .1. H. Rrodlo, lodgment was . n
trred for the defendant", such a verdict
. iving b"en rendered by a Jury eaily In
the. tirm. A motion was made In this case
to have th" verdict sd nsli'.o on lit
ground that Mr. Kellev hud treated two
of the jurymen after the case was com
pleted but tin motion was later wlth
flrnw in
Tin' enlir" morning was u-Mipird In
cdllng tho docket niM a Kie.it many
c -oi were cnntiniii d.
In tie' chanti ry e-o of Henry fl.i.k,
sdmr vs 8tvenH& Ut 1 1 y, c s. r.ihn. t
Skates 50c, 75c. up,
Sloiph Bells 25c. up.
Horses Uliinlcets $1.00 up.
Weather Strip.
Pnroid lioofinp.
Axes 65c, 75., $1.00.
X Cut Sawa,
Wood Sows.
Hagar Bros.,
Burltngton, Vt.
was appointed special master.
In the case of Oeorge I. Jarvls vs. thp
Hlnircr Manufacturing To. tlir plaintiff
as appellant wn ordered to furnish hall
In tho sum of J'.C at least to days before
llii opening of the nctt term of court.
A decree for tho orator wan enured In
Hip chnnccrv oaso of Henry Cunlln vs.
O. P. DodiK
'I here t.ts ii ln-.trliiir mi .1 motion to rc-
n"w th" alimony In tho divorce case of
M)ii-oiitTi vs. Mart nun. 'I'no petitioner left
Die Stale after the iillini ny was di.treid,
which was a violation of the stipulation
and th" nlli'iony was cut off.
A moMo'i to ch'e thf plaint Iff in the case
of .lmt:.ir"t Kcnncdj v. William Reeves,
psi'sslim of the premises sued fcr was
left with tho court.
i. A. It. Men Expect Next Encamp
ment Will He In nurllnKton.
The local members of the O. A. U. hnvo
not been apprised as yet regarding the
place for tlio holding of the annual en
campment nf the Vermont department. It
hu, however, been announced titiolllf inlly
that th" encampment would be held in
this city.
Major S. If. Wood of St. Albans, depart
ment commander of the department of
Vermont, f!. A. It., has made the follow
ing appointments and they have been for
wanltd to Major II. U. Perkins, adjutant-
jgencral for approval: Cicnrge P. Itlalr,
o. assistant Inspector-general for the depart
jinent of Vermont on the staff of Cotpor.il
James Tanner, ceinmander-ln-chicl ; and
the Hon. Kltt ridge Hnsklns of llrattb
boro, member nf Congress from the second
district, Assistant .ludfio Richard Smith
of Wist Enoshurgh, John R. Wilson of
Worcester. Nixon Morse of Derby, Milo
Lyman of Rutland and Albert MeDownes
of P.enniiiKton, aides-de-camp on the staff
of the commander-in-chief.
At the last national enrampinent the
office of national patriotic instructor was
crt.it ed in place nf thn office of special
aide In charge ot military instruction and
patriotic instruction In public schools, the
lattpr oftlce being abolished. It has bo
enrne obll(,'atoiy on the department com
mander to appoint A department patilotin
Iltatrllntnf ntit fW.tin t-l in ai t iVitutiiitiilnK
Wo()(, j. ,,. Ooll',(, ,.nst
4), of WUmiliKlon, the former special aide.
Ho this olllce.
Adelore llnmlln round Hullty nf In
to vlent Inn nnd Rreni'h of the Pence.
llecause his family will need nil the
money he can contribute to their sup
port, Aut-iorc minimi received only a
nominal tine In city court Saturday for
beating his wife and for getting drunk.
Hamlin was arrested Friday morning at
two o'clock by the police after be had
dti veil his wife and children from the
house. Thanksgiving whiskey had per
meated Hamlin's system and when he
returned home at night he concluded
that his wife and two Imall children
would bo better off out lii the cold than
beside the lire and be accordingly mailt
them go. He then started to throw his
furniture about but was stopped by the
Ill court llnmlln pleaded not guilty to
charges of broach of the peace and in
toxication. Ofllcer Mora n testified for
the State and Hamlin was found guilty.
1'or a second off no of Intoxication be
was fined $l." and nMs of 11.ll, the al
ternate sentence being 111 days 111 the
House of Correction. I'or bre-ich of the
peace he Was lined and costs of !U9,
the alternate sentence being S days.
Rail In the broach nf the peace case was
lixed at .T0 and In the intoxication case
at I10', which Hamlin will furnish.
In lining Hamlin, Judge Mower sal
lie had no sympathy lor a wlfeboater
but that becnu'-e of circumstances In
II unlln's family which would demand all
th" suppoort he could give he would
make the
Hue In the breach of the
pe.iee case a nominal one. He warned
Hamlin, however, that if he got Into
court again ho mlgllt expect no mercy.
Alleged Ability to Drink .1 ((unit
Whiskey X01 Proven.
Although hi admitted having drank
one pint nf whiskey and part of another,
Louis Kalardeau, when airalgned before
Justice V. O. Webster Nov. .i denied
that h" was drunk and gave evpression
to the idea that he could drink a iti.irl
of whiskey any time and not get full,
lie was loiinil In front of the Carnegie
library building Hat on the giound but
he explained that by saying lie had tin-
s'lahes, resulting from all attack of ague,
contracted In New York. The officers
weie of the opinion that Falardcnii had
the shakes but Hint they weio caused
b' Honor and he was convlct'd and lined
and costs of Jtf.l'O. Ho will serve the
alternate scntenco of ten days In Jull.
Tin Horner brothers, lltuvev and Vic
tor, weie arested Nov, 29 by the
police upon a complaint that they were
milting a dlsturbanro lu their rented
rooms on College street, opposite the
1 ii-negle library building. Tiny plendcd
guilty before Justice Webster and each
was lined $i 11 ml costs. They will servo
the alfeituitc sentences of ten days in
Curtis & Bederqulst. 19 Congress street,
lioston, have Just published an Interesting
and very valuable booklet entitled "Fac
tors Influencing Market Movements."
This Is th third of a series ot booklets
which this enterprising house Is publish
ing for the benefit of the Investing public,
tho scries, being termed "Principles of
This hooKlet Is of special Interest to
speculators, Its pu-poso Is to point out
and explain tho factors affecting dally,
weeldy, monthly and yiurly movements
Wiceji m m Wrest, ,
Great Crowd of Spectators Gather
to Witness the Routine Pro.
ncrelvtA 343 Votea and Williams 138
Doth Houses Adjourn la Honor of
Dead Members Many Bills and
Joint Resolutions of Vld
Variety Introduced. .
WashlnRton, Dec. 14. The assem
bling to-day of the members of the
Fifty Ninth Congress for their first
session, was marked by no unusual In
cidents but It attracted to the capltol
crowds of spectators who took n lively
interest in the proceedings. Society
was out In force and fllled the reserved
galleries, while visitors, unable to find
seats, roamed the corridors to catch
glimpse of public men. In the Senate
the pioceeillngs wero brief,
The House was In session for more
than three hours and while the pro
ceedings followed the programme that
lias marked the opening of Congress
for muny years, thorn was enough nf
Intel est to hold a large audience dur
ing the entire time.
One. noticeable feature was the ab
sence of flowers, which heretofore have
been common to both chambers, due to
a resolution adopted unanimously by
the. Senate and to an order of the
speaker of the House.
Senators Allison and Morgan were ap
pointed by Vice-President Fairbanks as a
committee to notify the President that
Congress was ready to lecelve any com
munication he dcslicd to make. The Sen
ate was in session only - minutes. Sin-
ators Aldrlch of Rhode Island, Knox of
Pennsylvania, Warner of Missouri and
I'razltr of Tennessee, took the ii.it h of
ollicu and an adjournment was taken as
a mail; of respect to the lato Senator
Piatt of Connecticut.
Strps preliminary to organization wero
taken by the House. Joseph G, Cannon of
Illinois was re-elected speaker, the mem
bers of the House took the oath of otrice;
the officers and floor employes of the body
were re-elected; the rules of tlio last Con
gress were adopted and members drew for
seats, all of which was enlivened by tho
presence of thn crowds in the galleries,
the animation ot the reunion of veteran
members and the Intel est of new ones.
In n brief speech against the adop
tion of the rules, the minority leader.
Mr. Williams of Mississippi, touched
on the interest of t;,r country in tariff
legislation nnd told of tho new republi
can "Ideas" which were being wafted
to Washington on breezes from every
part of the country. These, be said,
might be properly legislated for shoild
the, "minority of the majority" stand
;i(h the democratic members in oppos
ing the adoption of the old rules and
forming now ones which would permit
consideration of sueli legislation as
popular opinion might dictate.
A committee was appointed to act
with the Senate committee in notify
ing President Roosevelt that Congress
was ready to transact business, the
rules committee and the committee on
mileage were appointed, the House ad
journed after a session wbieli lasted
three and a half hours in compliance
with resolutions announcing the deatli
of Senator Piatt of Connecticut and
Representative Marsh of Illinois.
Spmkir Cannon was placed In nomina
tion for speaker by Mr. Hepburn of Iowa
nd the Iirst applause of tli
session fol
low, d. Mr. William of Mississippi was
nonilnatfd on behalf of the minority by
Mr, Henry of Texas, provoking demo
cratic applause. The toll call for the elec
tion of sjnaker nt once proceeded.
C.innon received '13 votes and Wlllnm
II. Cannon accepted the position say
ing, "1 thank you for the honor you have
conferred on me, particularly as I may
be able to consider your action as an
endorrement of my services as speaker
during the last Congress. The House Is
powerless without a uuoiuni. Therefore,
I -isk of you not only charity for nnd
patience with my own short comings as
presiding ofllcer, but also prompt at
tendance and diligence, on your part,
which ulone can make our coming ses
sion rdvantageous to the country.
First Wns Joint Stntebood Bill In
vestigation nf CHinpnlgn Kusds,
Panama Cnnnl nnd Insurance
Called For.
Washington, Dec. t. Many bills and
Joint resolutions weie introduced In the
House to-day. They cover 11 large variety
of subjects, Including Philippine tariff
stutfhood. pensions, regulation of the
hours of employment In the executive cie
partments. merchant marine, increase of
sulitries of the vice-president and mem
bers of the cabinet; requiring corporations
to make full reports of their affairs to
the commissioner of corporations, In
creasing the powers of the Interstate com
merce commission: investigation of cam
paign funds; of expenditures on the l'an-
ama canal; of insurance companies dclng
an International business and cotton re
ports nnd nf thn condition of child labor;
provision for n six-year term for the
President and the election of senators
by a direct vote of the people,
Admission of Oklahoma and Indian Ter
ritory as one Btnte was the subject nf
tho Iirst bill Introduced In the House, The
bill was prepared by Delegate McCluIre
of Oklahoma, and Is almost identical with
the joint statehood bill of the last ses
sion. Ilepresentatlvo Payne of New York in
troduced a Philippine tariff bill to pro
vide temporarily for tho revenues of the
$100 Bewrd $100.
waders of this Papsr will bs 1sUd ta
Issra that there Is at least ens drsaded disetta
UatsoTsBCS haslwsjs bUto groin all Its
stacts, tat tSat fa Catatta. Ball's Catarrh
Cora fa tli oily poalUra aui kaowa to the mad-
Cots ! tks oily bosIUti . eare kaowa to the mad
ieal fraUralty. Catarrh Mm aconitlrationU
QUease. requires m nuiinnuiu irciimetu.
Dall's Gitalin Care li 1 takta inRrnslljr. acting
directly apoa tha blood andaaucoot surfaces iif
the stiUm. thereby destroying tha foundation
of toe disease, aadfiTiarthe patient strength
bybnildratnptha eoneutatlea aacl aiiliting
mtnra la doln its vark. The BrDDHstsra bits
so nack faith In Its earaUra powers, that thev
after Oaa Huadred Dollara far as case that ft
fails to eare. Bead for list af testimonials.
Addreaa, F. J. CDBNKTCO., Tolede.O.
Al I
'Factors GovernlujE Market MovoimIs"
Tho Third of n Series of
Uooklets Entitled.
"Principles of Investment"
Bankers nnd Brokers
19 Congress Street, Roston.
62 Broadway, New York.
Members New 1'nrk Consolidated
Stock llschanne.
Island. The bill stipulates that all pro
ducts grown or manufactured exclusively
In the islands are to be admitted to the
United Btates duty free excepting tobacco
nnd sugar, which are to pay 23 per cent
of the regular duty on these products The
export duty charged on such products
when they leave the Islands Is to be de
ducted from the amount levied upon them
when admitted to this country.
riepteselitatlve Robinson of Arkansas
Introduced three joint resolutions pro
viding for tlio Invtstlgntloii of campaign
funds, expenditures u the anama canal
and Insurance companies having an in
terstate business. Thn campaign fund
resolutions provides for a special com
mission of lifted! members of the House
and five senators and stipulates that
campaign funds be imcstlfiati'd for the
years W, 1" and ll. Tho Pan
ama canal expenditures resolution pro
files for a Hpeeiul committee of four
sepntois and seven members of the House
and the Insurance resolution provides for
a committee of live S"ii.Hiiis and nine
members of tin" 1 louse. This resolution
suggests that l.i mmlttop conduct its
Investigation with a view to reporting
on the feasibility of federal eonliol of
Interstate Insurance.
Representative William Alden Smith of
Michigan Introduced a I e.'olut Ion asUing
that the seen lary ut the navy Investigate
tile treaties bclwieii Oieat linl.iin and
the Cnlted Stales which prevent the ful
led states from having more llian one
wnrMilp on the un.it lakes at one time.
The resolution stairs that tills provision
makes It Impossible for American shin
yards to engage in the building of war
ships on the great lakes.
Representative Ileal"'! of Nov.- Yolk in
troduced a bill 'to Incicasp the powers
of the Interstate i.mimerte commission
and to expedite tlio final decision of c.ises
arising under the act to legulato com
merce by creating an Interstate eomnierco
court " This bill was Introduced by Mr.
llraist in the lnt Congress, lie also In
troduced a measure piovldlng for the elec
tion of I'liited St. ites senators by direct
vote of the people; and "to enable Ill's
, cu , 1 ' , ' ; t . ' '
till!) ill I II ujit'l il v 'I'Ttuu U'l' fc. i lrl n
to pay tliprofnr hy ?ale nf IiouiIm lt'tloi'in-
able out of the net earnincs."
Washington, Dec. 4, Representative
Hepburn to-day introduced a bill to
amend the Pnttnni.t canal law, so as to
facilitate the sale of huinK appropriat
ing Jlfi.riOO.Ofli) to b. Immediate!' avail
able for canal construction.'
Washington, D. C Dec. 4. In the
drawing of icits In the House to-day,
Representative Foster secured a place
on the center aisle somewhat back of
tlio middle row of desks. Representa
tive Hasklns's name was among the
last to be called and Ik was forced to
take a seat ill Cherokee strip, the name
given to a few seats used by the over
flow nf the republican majority and
separated from tin- rest of the repub
lican members b Hi" seats of the
democratic minor-it v.
Member of Intercity Team Lost Life
Skntlgn ill Ilelol't, Wis.
Reloit, Wis.. Dec. t.-Orla Motley of Im
port, Vt., -.1 yeais old, captain and pitcher
of Itclolt's base ball team, was dt owned
to-d.iy while skating.
Motley had plaved in the Northern
League two seasons and last summer
pitched for the cl'.i-inpioiif , the Montpolier
Uaire team.
Henry MeCmTri'.". the Murdered .Mini,
Hurled Monilnj-.
Mnlone, Dec, 4.-Henry McCaffrey, the
young man murdered near Saranac Inn
was bnrlul here to-day. Carpenter Is 11
native of Hridpoit, VI., and 22 years of
nge. Mrs. McCaffrey, who burled her
husband lure only last weak, Is almost
Insane with grief. Miss Clllmet will be
htirhil at lied wood. N. V.
Henry I. Image Fined for Illegal Pos
session of an Overcoat.
Aictised of stealing and of ret living
! stolen goods Henry l.lmoge was 111 city
coin t Saturday and niter a hearing was1
acquitted on the count charging him with
sttaling but was found guilty of receiving
stolon goods. It was alleged that Llniogo
stole tin overcoat from l H. MclCaiinon,
who lives on Cherry stieet. The coat was
hanging in a closet opening from MeKan
iiou's room anil Limoge was a roomer In
the s.iine house.
l.lmoge said Saturday, after lie was ar
rested by Deputy Sheriff Quinn, that ho
did not steal the coat but referred lo a
man miinul Mclinwnn as the thief, Ll
niogo admitted having received the coat
and said he sold It to Nelson Peters, l.l
moge was lined $lu and tosts of $13.11, tho
ultimate sentence being lti." days In tho
House, of Correction, He hopes lo pay.
Kezoiiui. scald head, hives, itchiness
of the skin of any sort Instantly re-
lie veil, permanently cured, uoan s
Ointment. At any drug store.
The local weather record for November
shows n mean temperatute of 37,3 t de
grees, wllh a maximum of J6 on the' aid
nnd 21th, and a minimum of 10 on the
30th, The precipitation (rnln nnd melted
snow) amounted to 1.23 Inches, rain or
snow falling on M days. Tho average
November temperature for the last 2i
years In Burlington Is 37.8 degrees and
tho nveraga Nnvombcr precipitation for
the same period Is 2.88 Inches. Tho pre
vnlling wind was south and tbo month
was made up ot six clear, six partly
cloudy and IS cloudy days, Tho cloudy
ektos wlilch prevulled made It a typical
November and it presents no unusual
features other than the comparatively
Special Grand Jury to Investigate
the Bridgewater Mur
Jastlee Cos Bound Allsrd over for Ap
pearance before Jury on Chsrue of
Murdering MeCormlpk Al
Isrtl's Wife and Constable
Pinner Testify,
Woodstock, Dec. 4. W. D. Allard, who
was arrested on the charge of murdering
Thomas McCormlck, was given a hear
ing In the court house hero to-day before
Justice C. W. Cox. J. C. BnHn-ht ot
Windsor appeared for Allard and State's
Attorney Charles Batchelder prosecuted.
Tho prisoner was held to appear before
the grand jury, who will hold a special
session here beginning to-morrow.
Mrs. Allard, wife of the alleged mur
derer, and Constable A. H. Plnney, who
made the arrest, weio the principal wit
nesses. Mrs. Allan! testified ns to her
husband's actions n f tor the murder and
tho constable described the scene of tho
same. About a dozen others wero ex
Montpeller, Dec. 4. Charles detehell of
Cabot, who escaped Saturday from the
State hospital for the Insatin at Water
hury, was captured to-day in Mandifle'il
bb Deputy Sheriff Lane of Cabot. Octch
ell was taken back tc the asylum this
S A, Mos nnd Wife Entertain Their
Mnntpeller Friends.
Montpeller, Dec, 4. The most brilliant
and enjoyable social function of the early
winter in Montpeller was the reception
and dance given this evening at the Pa
vilion by Mr. nnd Mrs. S. A. Moss. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Moss have recently returned
from a sojourn of several months In Cali
fornia and their friends In large numbers
enjoyed their hospitality this evening.
The host and hostess were assisted In
receiving by Col. and Mrs. O. D. Clark,
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Moi-, Mrs. C. II.
Henton and Mrs. J. A. Doltoer.
The dining room of the In'cl Ivis hepn
elaborately decorated for the occasion.
Wllder's orchestra furnished music. Light
refreshments wore served and dancing
was enjoved until one o'clock. Mr. and
Mrs. Moss will return to S.in Francscol
after tho holidays for the remainder of
the winter.
Rutland. Doc. 4. The city was In dark
ness to-nlRht for several hours as tho
result of a llr In the boibr room of the
electric light generating station, which
stopped the machinery. All places of
business, stores and residences using
electricity were without lights until
eleven o'clock, when power was again
applied. The damage is not as serious
as was Iirst considered. Hut the loss
will it gg regit to thousands of dollars. The
lire was started by a spark Igniting the
Hcadquartcri. "iteclnl Agency
to lie
lit House's Point.
(Cor. of the N. Y. livening Post.)
Washington, Pec. 1. All importtfllt
chi.nge in the ustotnsdlstricts about Lake
Chauiplalii has been promulgated by tho
tieasury department. Kor several months
Assistant Sieretury Reynolds has been In
vestigating tile customs work through
out Now Kncland with a view to the rear
rangement of districts. Tills work has
now been completed, and the customs dls
Iricls of Ilurllngton ami Memphremagog,
Vt., have been attached to the third spe
cial agency district, the headqiiitrters of
which has been transferred from Ogdens
burg to Houses, Point. N. Y. The object
of altering the district Hues is to pUc"
the whole of Lake Champlaln in one dis
trict. Heretofore the western side was
iimler one ofliclal and the eastern side
under mint her. Wringing Vermont and
not tin rn New York into one district con
solidates under 11 single official nil the cus
toms work o ftho commercial gateway to
Canada, comprising the ports of Ugdens-
butg. Houses Point, and Malont, N. Y
and Rlchfotd and Newport,
Kive great trunk lines of railroad cross
the border within the limits ot the new
district, and tho special agency business
of the lot can be hnndled more efficiently
under tho direction ot one ofliclal at
Houses Point, instead ot tho business on
tho western side of Lake Champlaln being
transacted through Ogdensburg and that
of the eastern side through Portland, Me.
In order that the addition of Vermont to
eastern New York may not make the third
special agency district unwielilly, the dis
trict ol Oswego lias been lopped off the
western side and attached to the fourth
district, with headquarters at Buffalo.
New England itself has been divided so
thntC0.1tnctic11t.Hhr.de Island and Massa
chusetts will be handled from lloston, and
Maine nnd New Hampshire from Port
land. Tho former assistant secretary of tho
navy, Judge uarting, who is tno new reu
lecior of customs at Hiirllngton, l will
not be afficted, nf course, by this order.
Celebrated Ills Dnnglitrr's Wedding
Much Two Strenuously,
die wedding of Edward Ryan's daugh
ter Oct. 2S proved to bo n very Jolly
occasion nnd 11s n n-sult he got good nnd
drunk and made. thiiiKS so lively that his
relatives had to si ml to tho police oftico
for assistance.
Olllcer Ryiui was sent and when his
huge lorm appeared in the doorway Ed
ward, who was closely held In the corner
by friends, who wished to savo tho fur
niturn from demolition, gave a jump but
Beautiiul rail His Bs.
Now is Ihu time to get the best and get It to suit. Our display of llnll
rtjv rsoods Is a Popular success. Como and seo It nnd vou will be pleasantly
surprised. A linn assortment. Nothing; missing. Ecrythlng tho newest and
best. We offer an excellent opportunity for economical satlsactorfy Christmas
buying that noody can afford to miss.
tiful display of Clirlstmas tllfts before
Deposits to July 1, 1905 $ 9,567,087.80
Surplus 601,578.84
Total Assets $10,168,G66,64
Deposits; terelveil nnd paid dally.
Deposits mado during the first four days or tho month will draw Interest
from the iirst of that month.
Interest Is credited on nil deposits .lanuary 1st and .Inly 1st.
All taxes In this State are paid by liie bank on deposits ot $2,000 or less.
Deposits can be mndo or withdrawn by mall or express.
Money loaned on legal security at the low"si rates.
CHARt.HS V. SMITH, President.
MR.HY f)Ri:F,F Vice-President.
W. WARD, Trensurer.
E. S. 1SHAM, Aast. Treasurer.
Trust Company and
Foreign Exchange;
inr- th0t,Jc?r.nfl11 management has not met wltn loss from any loan made dur
ais cne last twenty years.
, Deposits inadj during first five days of month draw Interest from first day
SrJ ,i '"onth. Deposits made after tlfth day ot month draw interest from
nrst day of next month.
anntialYv cl'f'clltc,, depositors January 1st and July 1st, compounding seml
r less" ,)link pays a" tnXQ ln tl,ls State on deposits of two thousand dollar
vniiMo.vi' i.oaxs foi,i( ruin.
Oeposlts, Juno 20, 19U.-. 3t,m.2.-.n.r.7
ki'rplu S4.S43.I0
Deposits and surplus
... , OFFICKn.Si
if vi r"on'. ''resident: .1. H, Small.
viL 1. r'Hl,len,; s' Hlgwuod. 2nd
lce-1'resldent; Orniond Cole, Treas-
is an ewaence of economy and prosperity Money ln the nockct. or ln tha
bureau, or on old tea pot, or an old
many ways but when deposited In
ings bank, is not only safe from tiro
every day ln the year The habit of
or many a fortune Money or Cheeks
ings bank book will be returned by
I at your disposal, and we promise you
he was taken Into custody by the officer
and haled to jail, whoro he passed the
night, wakinir the next morning with .1
big head and heart till! of sorrow for the
scene he had made.
llelatlves appeared on the scene and
askul if there was not some way in which
Kyun could bo released without a tiial (
but such a course could not bo followed 1
and he was taken into city court, when
he pleaded guilty. A line of $S and costs I
of JS.79 was pronounced and tho amount I
will be paid.
For Seven Yenrs the Popular Custodian
nf the Mnsnme Temple.
Sidney S. Thomson, a third degree Ma
son nnd for seven oais past the popular
custodian of the Mnsonic Temple building,
died Wednesday Nov. 29 at his home
14 St. Paul street. Mr. Thomson was
taken 111 with appendicitis September 7,
Later an abscess set in and the wearing
Illness came to its close Wednesday after
noon nt 4:4.".
Sidney Smith Thomson was born Teh
ruary 2il, 1SS2, ln the town of Jericho and
wns therefore, at the time of Ills death, 73
years, nine months and three days of
age. With tho exception ot two trips to
the West, the greater part of his life was
spent In Jericho, where he was very well
known, In his earlier years he was a car
penter nnd later an undertaker In Jericho.
Seven years ago ho came to this city
and became, the custodian of the Masonic
Temple building. Since then ho has filled
that office in such 11 way that ho is known
and liked by every one who had to do with
him during his seven years' service.
He married as hi first wife In 1S79. Mlsa
Lucinda Douglass of Richmond, where
the ceremony was performed, Hy this
wife Mr. Thomson had four children, only
one of whom, Mrs. Katherlne M. Nye of
Manchester. N. H survives him.
On July 2t. 1S5, he married Miss Kva O.
Day In Plattsburgh, N. Y. Hy this wlfo
he had cne son, Rio S., of this city, who
survives him.
The deceased had three sisters nnd threo
brothers, of whom Mrs. O. D. Sherman
of this city and Mrs. Maria Humphrey
of Jericho nre the only ones who survlvo
The annual meeting of the Chittenden
County Clinical society was held Nov.
'.0 In tho rooms of the soelctv at
College street. The annual address
was given by the president, Dr. H. 11.
Htone, who took for his sublect, "Pre-
ventlve Medicine." The following officers
Ihn ..nuuln. Vf.ni. u thou e eel Cil
Presideill, Dr. 11. II. Stone; vlce.presi-
dent. Dr. Lyman Allen; "''tarvcas-
uror. Dr. C II. Reedier. An executho
commuter was ciecieu us imams,
c. IC. Johnson. F. J. Arnold and J, M.
Wheeler. Drs. II. C. TlliUham, W, O.
, it v ,..
l.nilll 11, .1. II. I'ouu. mm ... o ...
elected delegates to tho State society for
two years. Refreshments were served.
Chicago papers of tho 2iCrlnt. an
1 ounce the election to the presidency
of the Chlcngo liar association of
Horace Kent Tennev. a graduate of the
University of Vermont In tho class or
1880. Mr. Tenney Is the head of
law firm of Tenny. Coffee,, Harding
and Wllkerson and has practiced law
in Chicago about 20 years.
A HINT TO THE WISE. See our beau
parting with your money.
HP.Miv nti:i:.F., .1. i.. ha it stow,
iir.Nitv wki.i.s, r. w. waiui,
Banking Facilities
Letters of Credit
R. If. Weston, J. Ti. Small, Sluit
Hlgwood, H. C. Mower, Ormond Cole,
O. r.
Itny, C. II. .Shiftman, It. J. White.
stocking, Is not safo from loSs In
a safe and honestly conducted sav
or burglar, but is drawing interact
saving In early life. Is tho beginning
may be sent by Mull, and a sav
next mall He member our scrilces nre
A Miunre Denl.
'Burlington, Vt.
Capital $300,000
Surplus - $75,000
JOEL H. GATES, President.
F. E. BURGESS, Vice-president.
H. T. RUTTER, Cashier.
H. S. WEED, Asdtant Caahier.
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