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THE BURLINGTON FUKIC PRESS : THURSDAY JANUARY 25, 19015.
JUMPED FROM BRIDGE
Unknown Man Supposed to Have
Committed Suicide in Winooski.
No Trnce of lite I)oiI A Small nay nml
a AVoiunn Sim (lie Tragedy Liquor
.Srlacil nt Oon rail's IMnce Of
A sensational rimmr. was current on
Iho street Thutsd.iy nftcrnnon about
four o'clock to thr effect that a man or i
boy lind committed suicide by jumping
from tho Winooski nml niirllngtnn rlvrr
bridge nt tlm foot of MhIii street, nml
l mm tho stories told by two deffercnt
witnesses It would temi that such was
ii firt. The llrst person who could be
found who could throw nuy licht on tlm
mutter was a young hoy named J'rlklii,
who lives with hi? p.urnts nt the Cotporu
lion boarding house. Ho Mated to n
I'rro l'ros man that hr wns on the fur
ther rnd of the bridge near the Winooski
mil when hr s.uv ii man stop at nliout
the renter of thr bridge, mount the lull
ing and dlvr to thr rlvrr. fotty frot hr
low. At this point thr rlvrr Is practically
lour for a rp.irp of about llfty fort. Thrro
I' a Miong cnrtrnl running through brri ,
being a short instance irom a high dam,
and If n body dropped here It would be
carried under the Irr he the siictlnti unit
If not carried over the dam would proh-'
ably be in the vicinity of thr new coffer
dam rrcrntly completed nt the woolen
mills. Ocorgo fiailue. day "inn "t the
Traction company's power station nt tlm
Hurllngtnn end of thr bridge, stated that
hr bad heard thr minor but had v en
nothing as lie had been luify assisting
-01,1c machinists who were at work there.
Later In thr evening Mrs. Harry Denvitt,
nn employe of the woolen company in
llielr Colchester mill, which Is directly
opposite; the center of the bridge , was
roen and said that shoitly after four
o'clock she had stepped from her work
and looked out of the window. As she
did so she was frightened to see the body
of a man or boy just leaving the bridge
nnd strike the water head llrst.
Tlm boy, Volkis, upon being threatens!
with a severe whipping, would not dinv
bis statement and emphasized it with
tears In his yes-. The lic.illh officer and
the police officers were all seen and stated
that no one had been reported missing
lo them but the matter would be ln-i-eslic.iterl.
Another young man named
"iigene Deluge, who was said to have
fern the accident or suicide, stated to
a friend that when ho was crossing the
bridge he had noticed a rather short
man crossing and upon turning around
the man was gone. The river Is prnctical
l closed in with lee with tlm exception
nf a few open places, which Is canned by
the strong cut rent from the mills at either
end. The water at the point where the
body Is saiil to hae dropped Is nut more
than live feet deep but a body or any
object would be carried away as soon as
it would strike the water. About fifty
rods from the pier Is the bulk head of the
grist mill and west of this is the big dam.
To the northwest Is the new coffer dam
of the woolen company and these three
points tend to draw the water toward
them at a inpid pace.
Tin; con visa i" hisaiuno.
The seizure rase against Frank Con-
yeau, which had Its origin in the seizure
of K cases of beer at tSnnycau's place
tt Fort Kthnn Allen Sunday, January
I. win disposed of Hi Justice firaves's
ourt Thursday-nftcrnoor win n tlm stuff
vns ordered returned to the owners,
.'.'inn tcrmaster Sergeant Thceidmo Slnzig.
J'roop I', and fourteen others, It being
proven that the stuff was the property
of a number of noil-commissioned officers
at the fort, Tlm healing was called for
three o'clock and among the witnesses
examined wete Sheriff L. II Iloilon,
WHY NOT TRY
THE BEST SUBSTITUTE
Has all the virtues possible
in a health drink made
with wheat - besides being
Pleasing to the taste
-and you don't tire of it
Try j it and be healthy
OLD CRIST MILL-Cbarlcstown.Mass
The lurtry of C. r.
ir an'l the com
com no mora than
via other lines.
Kxr'rt TrtrHlin '
PaMfncf r EPnt em-
i lojerl to Kive lnnlU ,
nnd fBtirnate rtP f rr ,
any lour onitanation
J to th
oii may select.
t VA Iftl A V
l'A( IHC C V.
Ihroiifc'UCar l.lnri In m
('Jiii'ak'n, M. is,
M. I'.iul, mitt Vak'IUc X
wriu 11, ,t, corviv, '
StVJ Vihlnirton street, '
It will cost you nothing
to got prices and we have
been able to ain nnd
satisfy no many good
customers that we J'eel
nui'6 that you also will
find our print shop and
bindery able to serve
you tn your complete
TUB 'REF. rnnss PniNTIJtf; (JO,
Many people nro nfrald of ghoMs. Few
ncopln am afraid of Rcrtns. Vot tho gbost
18 a inucy
?crm Is a
to a slo
broHthiiiR d r a u o 11 .
Germs can't bo avoldrd.
They aro In tho air wo
breathe, tho water wo
Tito Rnrtn citn only pros
per when tho condition of
tho system jfives It free
scope to establish itsolf and
develop. When there Is a
doflcienry of vital force,
languor, restlessness, a sal
low cheek, a hollow eye.
when tho appetite is poor
and the slep Is broken. It
is nine to uiira agninst the
germ. You can fortify tho body asaln't
all germs by the nun of Dr. IMorce's
(jjolden Medical Disaovory. It Increase
the vital power, eloafUc the svstem of
clogging ImpiirlUet. nnrlches tho blood,
putfi the stomach and organs of digestion
and nutrition In working condition, so
that the germ hndf no weak or tainted
spot In which to breed. "Ooldsn Medical
Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky
or other Intoxicant.
"Your 'Golden Medical Ditcovirr l a
sttl man s friend," writes Oeo. N. Turner,
Eso... (En. Financial Secretary International
Brotherhood of Teanitteis), 25 California
Street, nnnrer, "Colo. "For the past cren
years ray health gradually failed. J Inst ray
appetite, breamn nerrous and dalillltatra.
vory dtspondent and unable to sleep. No
meulrlne bflpnd mo until I tried Dr. rler-e'a
Ocldon Medical Dlscorery. It put new life
lntom.r veins and lncreaied vitality until I
could once morn enlov life and atund to mr
bustnem Klaht bottles affected a complete
cure and zl&dly do I leeommenit It."
Dr. I'icrce's lVJets- nnly one or two a
day will rectilatn and cleanse, and invig
orate a fottl. had Stomach, torpid Livur
or sluggish limvel.u
Deputy Sheriff ,1. A. Hrodle, 1'ir.vt Her
Keiint." 1'rederlel; liiii hiner, Yronp A, and
Silas Hattndeis nnd Qiiurtenmis tcr-Ser-iie.int
SlnzlK, Troop I!. Sheriff llorton
mil Deputy Sheriff Hrodle. teslllled an to
the llndiiiK of the heer In nine different
lockers, Kivlnt; the number" of tho same,
the location of them mid the manner in
whleh the lioyrt to the place wen se
cured I mm Sergeant Slnxlg. Mr. llonyeiiu
testilicil that In' had lea.-ed Hint part of
the hiiildliii; wlileh was formerly used as
a ehleken hoiihe to three non-eommission-id
olflcers, and that lie had placed In
tin re 1 loeUeis each one numbered, be
sides several pieces of furniture, lie said
he bad no connection With the beer with
the exception that he had hauled two
loads of it from liurlinKtnu tn the post
fur the men, for which he wax paid l
per Iii.nl. SeiKeanl Itotlinier told of tho
oi Kaniz.itlon nnionp; the non-eums, there
beniK about 1,1 or 1i! members. K.ieh man
was furnished witli n key to bis Incisor,
a duplicate of which was held by ScrKoan
HinzifT who bad cliurue of the beer. When
any member wished for any beer be Mould
notify Sergeant Slnstlc' giving his order
and the sirgennt would place the desired
number of bottles In the locker and
charge. It to the man. At the end of the
month aelt man paid lit bill to Sergeant
Slnzig, the beer being sold nt the rate
of .lie per dozen, the price nt which It
is pin chased. No one other than mem
ber. were allowi d In the room nnd no
man could give awny or sell any of bis
beer. Tin- tertlmony of the other soldier"
wns in substance to the llrst. rapt. Henry
Smlther. who was officer of the day Sat
iiiday evi nlng when Hie trophic arose at
the Oonycaii place, made h statement
which was along Hie same lilies as that
which was piinled in last wick's paper.
It. II. Brown and II. N. Deavitt appeared
foi- (lonycau and Henry t'oulhi pros ciited.
Forced tit Mnrse.
Tl. 1". T.eel;, of i 'uncord, Ky, says:
'Tor -0 years 1 suffered agonies. Willi
a sore on my upper lip, tn painful,
sometimes, that I could not eat. Alter
vainly trying every thing el-e, 1 cured
it, with Itinklcn's Ainiea Salve." It's
great for bums, cuts and wounds. At
.1 W. O'Sulllvan's drug store; (July L'le.
i. H. Vincent Humeri nliont thr I'aee
Croige. i:. Vincent of 31 Interval avenue
was tho victim of a painful nccldeut
Tbutsday ut about J2::I5 o'clock In the
lire loom of tin,! Chainplain Mauutuctur
Ing company's plant.
The details of the accident, nroording to
Mr. Vincent'.s story, told to a I'rou J'rcM
rt porter, follow: "I was ntked to work
through my dinner hour. 1
work in the paint shop nnd my clothes
naturally hi come full of benzine, varnish
and paints. I reaped working nt 12:11
o'clock nml went to the fire loom to en
joy 1.1 minutes' rest liefoio going back
to work. I am an Inveterate cigarette
smoker nnd was about to procuro one of
Iho cigarettes from a box; ut tho time I
wns standing very closo to one of tho
firo boxes In the (lie room. One. uf the' liic-
men was shoveling fuel into the lire. I
wns htamllng near the lire bo:c nnd the
draft from the lit o ipjickly Ignited tho
be mine on my overalls. Tlm last I re
member was that volumes of llames rosa
In tins air and I was seized by fi lends,
who rollul mo on I he ground."
Tho remainder of the details were told
by employes, who n ized the unfortniiato
man and rushul him out of The building,
lolling him on the ground until the names
wric extinguished. The llames Ignited tho
rafters In the lire loom, but tho liro was
extinguished by employes with the flic
huso. No alarm was sounded,
Mr. Vinient was taken lo the odico of
Dr. K. i:. Clark, wlirro his lujuiics were
drested. Later he was taken home, ac
companied bv his loirnian, .Inlm An
dicws. Ills face, i,oth bands nml nrjiia
were badly butned.
It. C. t'ottam. manager for tho Chum
plain Maniifaeturing company, suli to u
l'Yeo 1'iesH man: "The man w;is violating
onn nf this stilet rules of tne company In
entering tho lire room and tho accidint tn
entirely his fault. He has subjected him
self to dismissal by his actions." Mr. Vin
cent bad been in the employ of tho com
pnny six weeks.
Dr. Clark told n Kieo l'ress man that
Mr. Vincent's burns were not deep, except
around the mouth nnd nose, nnd that tho
chances for his ri covery were good.
In all lit stages.
Ely's Cream Balm
elf ftmei, inotlim anil healu
tho diieaied membrane
It oi.ri'i catarrh and 'Jrii vn
auay a colt) !u tbe bcml
t'reuni Halm it placed Into tlm nostrils, spread!
over tlio mcialira'ie and l abaotbed, ltellrf Islm
mediate and a euro follow. 1 1 in not dryingdor!
not produce sneezing, l.nrae Site, so cents at Prof
Riili or bj mail Trial hl.'.e, 10 centt,
ELY BROIX1ERS, ti Warren Street, ew Yotk
Ntndrnta nf nirita nnit rlnnrrfl nelnrn
to Their Homes.
Thutsdny saw tho eloso of the eleventh
annual meeting of the Vermont llotunl
cnl club mid the fifth annual meeting
of the Vermont Ulrd club, tho sessions
of which began In HiIh city Wednesday.
The Html meeting of the Ulrd club
wiii held ut iilno o'clock nnd was soon
ndjournul to allow those present tn nt
tentl the closing session ol Iho liotnnlcai
club. The session of the Hlrd club was
held In tho biological lectin n room of
the William Science ball at the Cnlver
sity of Vermont und Includcil papers as
"l'iculiaf Songs of Itoblns," read by
C. I). Howe uf Kssox Junction; n. report
of the reeeul meeting of the American
Ornltboliglsts' union In New York city
by Miss (sabelle. M. Iadtloek of St. .lohns
buiy; nnd u paper by Mrs. K. I!. Daven
port of ltraltk boro, covering researchcH
made by her In the vicinity of Unit town.
iioTANicAt, ci.rn oii''ici:its.
At 9:S0 the closing meeting of the Ho
tanlcal club was openrd with tlm elec
tion of olllcers, as follows:
President Kr.ru Uralneul of Middle
bury. Vice-president C. O. l'l Ingle.
Secretary I'rof. I,. It. Joiu.s.
Treasurer Mis. Nellie V, l'lvnn.
Additional members of the. executive
ennitulttee--ll. 11. Swift of I'lttsfor 1,
Mrs. :. H. Davenport of Urattleboio and
Mlrs Isnbello M. Paddock of St. Johns
bury. Tho opening paper was presented by
Miss Phcbo M. Towle of the Ilurllngtou
high school, who guc the results of an
Investigation of the miliums niado In this
i It v. Mls- Nancy Darling of llnrtl.ihd
followed with nn Interesting paper on flu
plants of that town.
Prof. 1 It. Jones then read n paper,
lr the lorm of u personal letter, on "Ob
servations upon the Development, of the
l") rape Kerns," wrltt-n by Miss Hildget
M. Jtoouey ot St. .lohnsbiiry.
The paper which was to have been read
al the joint session Wednesday after
noon by Miss Delia I. ilrlllin of St.
.lohnshnty, on "The Federation of Ni w
England Natural History Societies." Was
lead at this session Tlun rday mot nlng.
after which '. u. l-iii.sle of the Cni-
erslty of Vermont drew trom his long
itttention to bolanic.il study and research
many Interesting nml instructive "I'er-
oniilltles ai.d Congratulations. '
I'lcsldeiit liraiiKid then lead a paper
on lloiv htems Paa Into Stolons ami
Scopes." "A New Station for Ithodora"
was dlscuxseil by Miss Alice !:. II icon
of lliadford; Miss Addle 1,. Iteed of
Hrattlelioro deseilbeil two new plants of
Duiimicrstoii, which paper closed the ses.
flon as there was not time for the na-
per pnparel by N. J. (Ilddings am! J.
C. Pomeroy of this city on the features
of the blight fungus of the potato.
Drnn'n Illiemnnlle IMIU absolutely
cure Ilheumntism & Neuralgia. Kntlrelv
COLLEGE STREET CHURCH.
Officer-. Elected nt Anniinl Meeting
The niiliunl meeting of tlio College Street
Church was laid Thursday night at the
chin eh pallors with n large attendance.
l'lie lepnrts of the olllcers were deferred
until the annual pat Mi gntheilng. whleh
will occur next Wednesday evening. Ulll
cers weie elected as follows:
Clei lc Isaac Thomas.
Tn asurer-H. II. Illckok.
Siipeiintciidunt of Sunday schools F. S.
Assistant supei intenileiit of Sunday
schools .1, II. Ilumiiliiey.
Member nf board nt managers of Adams
Mission Mrs. l M. Spauldlrg.
M(inb"r of lorporatlou of Home for
Distitut" C'lulilien-Mrs. Hubert ltoberls
nnd Mis. II. H. Pereival.
Coiiiinittee on puliho wnrsliip President
Hi.ekhain. Jlrs. (I. (I. Rcnedlet nnd Mrs,
O. It. Mason,
Chairman ot ushers' conimlttee I.ewif
chairman of welcome i oininittce A. 1.
Chaliman of lookout committee Cleoigu
H. Dm rows.
Clialrman of men's visiting committee
J. I.. Southwlck.
Cliairinun of missionary cruninlttce II,
Clialrman of college committee Feidi-
Chalrnian of high school committee
Miss l.ticy McKllllp.
NEW RUGS FROM OLD CAR
PETS. Odd FrlloTTK Home Xnw Adorned With
Buillnglon P.ug Co.. Durllnglon, Vt.
(lintlemen: 'l'lie rugs received, und they
are beyond our epeetations. We hesltatid
about sending the old carpets us we bad
never seen any of your woik. Hereafter
we shall know that to get good rugs ut
the hart expense is to send our old car
pets to yon to be made over. With com
pliments' of the New Year, I am
Vouts, etc.. C1KO, K. TltAKK, Supt.
FOUND IN A RAID.
Two Women nnd n Sinn Ilrfnre .lioitlee
Two women und a man were before
Justice I'". 11. Webster, Thursday the
women being charged with open ami
gross lewdness and the man with being
drunk. They wero r.mnia McNulty.
Mamie Knietz McFall and Arthur Lock
wood, l.oekwood and Mamie were found
Wednesday night by Deputy Sherlfr Itav
1 1 r ut.a liousi) on Drew's bine, Just off
from Hnttery strtel. When the deputy,
vlio was assisted by Joseph Age), ur
rlved, things were moving lhely and
thrco dogs ndded to the confusion caus
ed by tho arrival of tho olllcers by bark
ing and snapping ut the heels of Deputy
Itavlln. Mamlo Is not unaccustomed to
the unoMiected anlval of olllcers of tin
law and she was not at all abashed, fiho
even miggesicii uuu tne uoss u8 lauen
to jail with her.
I'.mma was not nt home but It was
said she would return Thursday morn
ing, She camu nml ut the station was met
by the ofllceis, who took hi r to Jail
to keep company with .Mamie,
Tlio complaint ugalnst tlio resort where i
Mamlo and I.ocliwood wein found was
nude by Peter and Charles Ddpy and
they were taken before Justice Webster.
The fact that tlm raid had been success,
lul was morn than Peter, who was the
elder, mum Minim nun wuen no sianeii
lor court Ills legs wiggled sideways us
well as bad: and forth and lie soiiii loiind
a le.stlng plate In jail. Chailes was In
good form but he was not used as a
I.ockwook plrnded not guilty but upon
the testimony of Deputy Ilavlln and Mr
Agel wan convicted und lined fr nnd
costs of W'tM. 1 lo took nn appeal and
lunilshi'il ball In tho Mini of 'Jt, 't,
caces against Mamie and Kniiiia wnr
continued until 1'rliKiy, bail in I lie uum
There's a Great Deal in a Name
in. mcriloi'ioiis naino. Cerium products of Arcnnont find Now
Hiimpsliiri' industries lire fnvonilily known far nnd witle. By
Hourly n century of iiiiceasini,' toil caeli litis cstahlishcd a repu
tation for standard woods. Tlio names of tlieso tiine-honorcd
lirotliiels eoiiie readily lo inind. They arc household words.
The Kind of Crackers Your Grandfather Bougkt
is made to-day. They were good then. They are unsurpassed now.
are the Standard Crackers of N'ew England. Insist upon hav
ing them. 'Must as good as JJimovcv.s" js Uns dunuur lino of
Hanover Crackers are sold in a blue box.
Our original 100-count Carton.
of ."o In log furnished by each, .1. .1,
Knrlght upparcil for the respondents nnd,
tlrntiil Juror I.eniy prosecuted.
The resort where l.oekwood nnd Knima
wen arrested has been under surveil
lance for some time, several complaints
having bean made by men Hint thev had
Inst, sums of money there. l.oekwood
claims that lie dropped about $70 whlla
lie was in Mamie's i ouipany.
Ill It I' II A 1,1. A It l.
Painting Is pr.u tleal woik. Skill wins.
It's the same with paint making.
Vou know I gallons Ii. & M. mixed with
.". gallons Unseed Oil luaUes enough paint
for a. moderate si.ed house the best paint
inonej can bnv bei aiise Hie I.. & M. Zinc
hanbns the 1,. M, White l,nd nml
makr-"- the I., ,. M. Paint wear like Iron.
liuj I, M. imclMoii't pay $l.,Vj a gallon
for Untied (HI, as you do In ready-for-u.-e
paint, I. ut buy oil fresh fiom tl'.e barrel
at 1.0 cuts, und mix with the I.. ,t M.
1.. - M. costs only $1.20 per gallon.
Sold bv H. M. Hull. Illnesburgh. t.;
Hiawood, Winooski, Vt.; Flasg
Smlnrsky, Richmond, Vt.; W. S. Nuy
ft 'o.. rndeiliill, Vt.; C. I. Hatch & Co.,
SAW THE SIGHTS.
Thru Peter Delpj rind Son W'rnt Hark
to Lincoln oioee lint Ilatlereil.
With a build ns long ns those worn by
the ancirtit patriarchs In the tribes of
Jud'.i, Piter Delny of Lincoln told u
story Friday morning before Justice
F. tl. Webster that for a man over 70
ear of age wns unusual. In brief,
Dclp thought he would like to have an
outing and with his son Chailes, who 1
not nun Ii ovi r 3". came to Hurllngtnn
They supplied lietnselves with several
hundred dollnis and staitul out to do
the town. This was on Friday, January
l:! and dutin,r tile1 evening of that day
they in.olo th lr way to the home of
Mbs i:ti,ni,'i .M. N'ulty and Mamie Knicfz
The r,M man and the youth wire re
el Ived w th open arms by the fair wo
men an. i wit' the aid ot divers drinks
the paw In clinic veiy merry. Accord
ing io ,'tri story, he took a shine to
lann a. while Jils son ami Mamie were
.ippar.' n'tly In ho at first sight.
What happened ut the McNulty home
dm ing that Fi .day night did not si em
to be eiy I. ir to ellhe r Delpy but
things moMil ome, according to their
-torles. I'et 'r I. ft sometime Saturday
but Charles k dd he stayed for hcvcral
At auv rat they bivauie dlssatWIIed
with the tn-anient they had leielvid
and made a loinpl.ilnt lo Ciund Juror
Leiiry, which lesullnl In a search by
Deputy Sli. rilf liavlln, who found
Mamie and a in in. Itobe rt Lockwood, the
former (iiebntiy having fornotim tho
love thai tin lounger Delpy hud lavish
ed upon her.
Th" w..iii. u were c'larged Friday
with opi n and gross loudness, Mrs. Mc
Nulty tuning been nrrested a few hours
after M.imle was taken to Jail. Mamie
has improved since, she was in court last
time. l"r clothes bear the' .stamp of re
spectability, iin ot richne.-,s, und hor
line teeth huc been pullsheil and Idled
with gold, Hmnia is older than Main'o
but she i, still an attractive woman, at
least P. (.! found her to be.
When Charbs took the stand he testi
fied that he was a married man. lie so
far foi got. his family ties, however, that
he said he bought for Mamie a hat, u
silk dress and a pair of shoes. Money
was of no coustiiuence to the Dclpyti,
who paid llli.ially for everything they
Winn Peter was called as n witness
Thursday lie had been drinking and was
arrest! d for Intoxication, Friday he
pleaded guilty nnd was llnid $."i and costs
of $7.20. Ills money was not all gone
for a soon as the line was pronounced
he took out a loll of bills, the smallest
nf which was i-'1. ami paid tho amount.
Peti v's .ippearanre on the witness stand
reininih d one of Itlp Van Winkle as he
appeals on the stage after his sleep of
JO years. Peter's memory was little bei
ter inn. lilp's and his physical eondl
Hon was such that the Indications were
that It would lake nearly Si years for
him to recover fiom tho efftcts of his
The cuts igaiiist ICitinm nnd Mamlo
were continued until Saturday for
decision. As soon as they were disposed
of, Charles was arrested under the
blanket net. Itll was iHcd at $!') nnd
this was furnished by the elder Delpy.
The pair then left lor home. Their out
ing had been a nii'iess, It had cost them
a lot of money, It had Intloduecd fea
tures unexpected, It had shown them lalr
women ai ,1 red wine but 1. 1 1 1 1 they w;cro
not sail . ,id.
The Children don't
make wry faces
when they take Hale's
Honey of Horehound
and Tar. It is pleas
ant to take and invar
iably cures coughs and
colds quickly. That's
why it's the sovereign
Sold by all Druggists.
Pile's Toothache Drops
Cure in One Minute
WINTER LIKE SUMMER.
Cap. Dun I.yniiTi Itriiiliilnccncrn of
1H27-2X, with No lee In Die l.nkr.
Tho unusually mild weather which has
prevailed In this section thus far this
j winter makes of Interest some remlnls
censes nf the late Captain Dan l.you of
liurllngton the winter of 1KH7-2S. Cap
j tain Lyon was an old-time lake navl
! gator. The reminiscences were found In
, n newspaper clipping pasted in nn old
scrap book and record Captain Lynn's
words as follow.':
i "I knew but one .season when winter
wns almost like summer, the winter of
m"-2S, 1 was running the steamboat,
(leneral fJieen between liurllngton, Port
Kent nnd Plattsburgh and dining tin
year there was not a bit of Ice in the
whole lake from one end to the other.
The old Lake Cliamplain Steamboat
company hauled out the steamboats
Phoenix rind Congress, and hardly n bit
of leo appeared on Shelburne bay, near
liurllngton, dining the winter,
"Tile Plioenlx bad a. new engine hullt
In Albany and the whole outllt had to
be carried from that city to Sliiibuine
harbor by teams through the mud. At
Mlddlebury tho piud wns more than a
foot deep. The Plioenlx was rebuilt ami
ready to launch on January K,. January!
IS was the day llxed for the liiiinchliigj
nnd 1 took over a large party on the,
Ceneral flreen. The sun wns shining
with the warmth of n July day. The
women who sot nn deck raised their
The clipping further relates that the
winter was In strange contrast to the
year 1M, known throughout the Tnl
ted States and Kurope as the coldest
year ever experienced by any person
then living. Frosts emeurreil every
month of the year'. A farmer near
Tewksbury owned a large Held of corn.
He built fires nround the field to keep
off the frost. Nearly every night he mid
his men took turns In keeping up the
fires and watching that tlm corn did not
fieeze. He was rewarded for his tireless
labors by having the only crop of corn
in tho region.
llellt Her Double.
"I knew no one, for four weeks, when
I was sick with typhoid and kidney
trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hunter, of
Pittsburgh, Pa., "and when I got better,
although T had one of the best doctors
1 could get. I was bent double, and had
to i est my hands on my knees when I
walked. From this terrible affliction I
was icm;uuI by F.lectrle Hitters, which
restored my health and sticngth, and
now can walk as straight as ever.
They are simply wonderful." Cunrnntecd
to cine stomach, liver and kidney
disordeis; at J. W. O'Sulllvan's drug
store; price ."lc. At all druggists.
FANNY ALLEN HOSPITAL.
Mflcem nnd SlnlT I'.lretril at I he Annual
At the nnnual meeting of the attend
ing statf of tho Fanny Allen hospital Dr.
P. K. McSweeney was re-elected presi
dent of the stalf lind Dr. Lyman Allen
thanks on the
secretary, A letter of
part of the hospital to
the staff, written by the sisters In charge
of the hospital was read and tho follow
ing statf was eleclid for the ensuing
Consulting smgeous Dr. J. Ii. Wheeler,
Dr. H. C. Tlnkham and Dr. S. H. May
naid of liurllngton; Dr. A. T. Arkley of
Consulting physicians Dr. J. N. Jcnne,
Dr. J. A. Archambault, Dr. R. W. John
son nnd Dr. C. II. Ilcccher, all of Tur
lington. Attending surgeons Dr. D. C. Ifawley,
D' P. 12. McSweeney, Dr. Lyman Allen,
and Dr. II. It. Watklus nil of Turling
ton. Attending physicians Dr. F. I.'. Clark
nooskl, Dr. C
Dr. J. 10. Sheehan of WI
A. Pease of Turlington
and Dr. C. M, Feirin of Ksex Junction.
Consultant In diseases of eye, ear, nose
und throat Dr. M. C. Twltehell of Tur
lington. Attending specialist In diseases nf eye.
ear. nose and throat Dr. F. 13. Arnold
Patliologlst-Dr. T H. Clark of Tur
lington. Dentist Dr. P. C. Oodfrcy of Turling
ton. REVOLVER WAS LOADED.
Krnml lingers Mail It nml Sreld Hr Wim
tilling In Kill n Soldier.
Armed with a K-'-ialibre revolver,
F.rnest lingers was arrested Friday
by tho police because, of Ills statements
that ho was going-to kill a soldier. Hog
crs did not show the weapon but bis
declarations led to the belief that be
would Injure someone ami ho was tken
to tho jail for sife keeping, When
searched, the revolver, fully loaded, was
lingers wns assaulted some months ago
nml struck on the head with a hummer
and seilously Injuied. For a time past
he has been In Turlington and oulv u
day or two ago wont to the police of.
, lice nnd asked Chief Itussell if he did
not want some more help on tho police
force. He left there saying lie was going
to try to get employment nn the electric
cars. Ho has been doing nothing bu
walk the streets recently. He was sent to
the Insnuo asylum ut Wn ternary Saturay.
m:w coitroit.v rio.v.
The following corporations have
been reglstoicd lu the office of
Cushmaii, State tax commissioner:
Tilstol Ding Co, uf Trlslol, general
drug business, capital stock, jr.,(lu,
F, D, Ladd Co. of Italic, gnuciul met
chandisc, capital slock, J0,lm.
New Knghiud Sloue Sawing Co. of
Tarre, manufacture of stone sawing out
Ills, capital slock, Jiu.KM.
Alburgh Telephone Co, of Allan gh.
capital stock, :,Ct0.
MONEY ALL GONE.
Snd t'lrcuuintnnrrn Surrounding Dentil
nf Mm. I.ntilic Mlior,
Tho funeral of Mrs. Iiulse Silver, whose
death occurred ut the city poor farm
Thursday evening, was held Friday
nflernrinn. The butlnl wns made In
L.lko View cemetery Saturday morn.ng
Tho elrclimstiincis or Mis. Silver's
death nro particularly sad nml distressing.
Sin- was tho widow of Albeit Silver, once
it resident of this city, nnd had foimerly
been In comfortable circumstances, Little
la known of bei peisonal history but It Is
presumed Unit sho was about yearn of
age. She buves no known nlatlves. Sho
bad hem living on Ninth Cliamplain
slleet and ut one lime possi ssrd ipillo it
bank io count. Without Hie knowledge of
her rriiiids, she sought the shelter of
the pool-house only II sllolt tlmo ago und
an lA.iminnllou of her bank book alter hci
death showed Ihai her savings had dwin
dled to only ?..-,i). Discouraged, pioli.iiily
loo piond to reveal the I rim state of her
it f fulls, she entered the alimlinUsc, Ihele
to end he! life In obscurity.
The last s-rvlces Friday were con
ducted by the Itev. C. J. Similes In the
ptesenee of u half dozen friends of better
days, who would gladly have relieved her
listless, bad ,t come lo tin ir knowledge.'.
Anniinl Piny nt t'liltnrlnn
Church Tliurmlay i:rnlng,
Howell's pbiy, "This .l'alal Message,"
was given by mcmheis of 1 nity Thursday
tnglil lo an aiidleiieowblchniliillhe Sunila'
school room of the church lo overflowing
und In ih, snnio delightful manner that
enaraetei ires nil the dramatic, c fforts of
Ibis organization. The scene Is laid in til.
llliiaiy at the Pei kins mansion on tin
nfteiinion of tlm day upon which an limn-
tmr dt.imatie pei formancu Is to be held
tin re. Tin parts were taken as follows:
Mr. Thnddoiis Perkins, in charge of the
I't'it-im Henry C, m. nt
Mi.s. ThailileuH Pei kins, east for Lady
Miss Andre ws, cast lor the maid,
Mr. IMwanI lirndtcy, an understudy,
Mrs. IMward Pridley, cast for Lady
Am.iiniitli i;,iti, oakc.)
Mr. llobirt V.udsley, stuge managi r,
il. W. Maik
Mr. Jack It.ii low, east for Feiidersou
l'i alhcrliead . 1 1. ,re no
Mr. i'h. stei HetubTSon. nil nbpentee.
j.nnie, a professional waitress,
Follow ing tin; plav, two of '(j'llbert's Itab
I, ill,:d, "in ntle Alice llrown" and "Annie
,..ni,.ro,.. ' were n ad lv Mi-.-. Sam Spar-
' ,-wk nml vciv elevei K- nelr.,1 In slmilnw
cpon the curtain hy
II. 1 1, flreene ami (!.
W. Mat Us.
ON TWO CHARGES.
Lugene t.ellotif Arrnlcned for Tramp
ing nml Intoxication.
Charged with being n tramp nnd nKo
with hlng drunk. Fugene Lcltouf was
berore Judge Mower in city court Thurs
day. Ho admitted that he was drunk
but Indignantly denied that ho was
.My homo is within M mile- of hero
nnd everybody here knows me."
The Intoxication case was llrst taken
up and nfter pleading guilty LiTouf
was tincd J.. and costs of $:i.7'), the alter
nate sentence being ten days in Jail,
which bo will serve.
AVlien the tramp charge was liaehed
I.' liouf pleaded not guilty and Otllci
Miles was called as a witness. Ho tis
tlficil that I.eHonf came lo the police
office Thursday morning and asked for
a night's lodging. He was taken to .bill
and a search through his pockets ell.
closed 17 cents, l'.rcnu-r of the absence
of a witiuss. the ease w'as continued un
til Friday morning.
TO CUIIB A COI.D IX OXF. DAY
Trilte LAXATIVH TTOMO QFININ10
ablets. All druggists refund the money
If It falls lo cure.
n. v.. Grove's signature la on each
INSTALLATION WAS PltlVATK.
The Council Immaculate Conception,
No. T. of the Fnion Si. John Taptlst
of America, installed tin if officers pri
vately Wednesday evening owing tn the
recent death of their late sister, Mrs.
Ion Don Carln. The officers Installed
were ns follows: :
President Mrs. HtUabeth D. Rohergc,
Vice-president Mrs. Ihigi no Cabana.
Secretary Miss Hlincht Lal'.cnnbar 1.
Secretary adjutant - Mus Alma Lefbvie.
Treasurer Mi', llanle Toucher.
Preceptress Mrs. Marie Louis Duprat.
Assistant preceptress Mis. Sophie Tan
bault. Mistress nf ceremonies MKs Florence
First ordonnalrice-MIs Alice Gravel.
Second ordonnatrlee Miss Anna Cayea.
Inspector of accounts Mis. Sua Cayea.
Inspector of accounts Jlrs. Josephine
Inspector of accounts Miss Tva Morris
seuu. Hnnornhlc president Mis. Josephine
Doyenne Mrs. F.nima Midland.
Court Tocliamhc.iuet, No. S5.',il. Inde
pendent Order of Foiesteis, met lu their
looms in the Warner blink Thursday even
ing lor the Installation of olllcers elected
in December. Court Deputy Dr. George
IC. Latour was installing officer. The fol
lowing oihrcrs were installed: I hlef ran
ger, Sidney Snyder; vbeihief ranger,
Adolph Fisher; lecording secretary, II.
Gcllncnti; financial secietary, George 1 1.
Coombs: Measurer, Joseph Charettc; ora
tor, II. W. Chase; Miliar woodard, J, W
Moouln; Junior wuodaid, George nciupre;
senior beadle, P. F. Jacobs, court mus
ician, Dr. G. K- Latour. Mayor Tuiko
wns niado an honorary member of tin
court. Tefieshments anil speecn-miiKing
followed. Addresses were made by Mayor
Tuike, Chief Hanger Snyder and Com t
Deputy Lntonr. Th" reports of tho varl
oils olllcers show the society to be In u
flourishing condition, with 61 members nnd
the prospect', for the cani'ng year excel
lent. NOT Y0UI1 HEART
If yon think you have heart ilis
caso you nro only one of a counties
number that nro deceived by indi
nestion into believing the heart is
I Lane's Family f
V m m J X
tho totiiclaxativc, will Ret your
.stomach back into K00(l condition,
and then the chances! arc ten tnono
that you will have no more symp.
turns of heat t disease.
Hold by all dealer, at 25. and 50c.
u mv n w
iilli-a Idtliriic 3i I'llllli rill
il...l. L. I.-
"''"IUI'. !" 1UI It 1(1111)
rr UI.UV l.llifr nrin fmi, i
Vac tltpfrtffct Itomu hor
jwt t i-itp i r a
Tiillle'K Mlwlr Co.,
37 (ml, Sl Ooilon, M
G. E. TRICK'S FAILURE.
Apiinliitiiirni of Tnnd-c l.efl
rrre llier llle.
Cledllois lo I Ik- noloiier 1 r
were ieprc-.eiit.il Fndis t
liu.i ling 111 Ihe balikinpl
K. Trick of lhi ell 1 Tl,
belli belore Iteleiei Gi 011.1
111 the oilier of C
ll.lllns weie pliivi'll
of JT.T'JT. Thero 111 o
AS Stl.,11 f,H lltn ,.l ,lmu I. .
I bee .ir
the iuelnn of Hie nppo.nti
11 1! was tai.i 11 up. J ,1 I 1
II. Mm iimb r ivpieM-ntc d ,v '
ger lililnbet ol ercdilors Mr
oied for J. l;. L.ivell am) Mr.
1 or air. lie. vi s. iiic 1. ill. . v. 1
left "lib tl Ten , . v. w, 1 ,.pi
The p. risliiilile go. .1 1, Mi
store have 1 n sold bv Mi Hi,
. w 1
as 1I1 pul Fnlleil st.m - toil, h
cnaige. 01 1 no siole 1,1111 .
In bankiuplcy were h. gi,
I hi nr ji 1 edln
K. P. III'I'ICITIS I.VSTW.M
ii.e nnnual Install itm,, ..f , e
Cliamplain Lodge, No. "7 I t
Pythias, was held Tbiii-d . 1
looiiis on Church street. Dur .g 1.
ing the second rank was woik 1 01
( anilidates and the i.mk or .1 1'
candidate. Tho olllcers 11 1 ,.
chuncellor command r I 'i
Vlci'-ehaneellor conun old 1 -s J
-A. 1 1. Tri-iol
of ilnunce- nine l' .e ni
of exi heipict c it
of i voids and -
Mast r of .iiiim- Mi
Inner gii.ml- I' rank
Outi r gt; ird (0 org.
L. II w u
A' di ws
I'lensnnt lo take.
l'utvrrliil So iir,
Ann Welcome In
Kini'FY nnri liVFR rum
,a n.lB.u.l .rt nil , ,
ninnt relief In all etinenu.n. Iit Impiirltv . ' 1
. ... .... t ii,,,, ,,, ., -,'(,.. I.I 1 t .is j
e tifi.i, u',i p, Minij, idi'Vier nml I.ier
nlninM, Constlpmleii. nni nennn. 1 m
,'enien. Serrrvf,il f r .. Trjr rer
"It. It. h HXMillVI SO.N -. Ji .mliml
I '.iHunirslsts. fclx buuies.t
value of a life
time of good
luck and fur
nish the re
sary to offset a
death time of
Life Ins. Co. of
OK GAN 1Z KD
t. s. rnrii,
Fllli: INS. CO.,
WILL GET A
A Kniii t'oat will ho
lnisy evory minute tlu'v
Ami we've left I'm' tlio
niiin lliis weatliei' sit
tliiiikinvr of tuie a pri'inu'
lot of fi'ai'ineiits, just tlu
eoriTi-t lliinj: 111 n Uai
Coat, just as extreme a
the style in tlu 111 runs
just as tioml ns cm 1l
no lo sfJO.OO.
B. Turk & Bro.
The Leading Clothiers,
156-158 College St.