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VOL. LXXXI. NEW SERIES VOL. LIII.
BURLINGTON. VT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. NUMBER 10 COMPLETE VOTE Total of 69,590 Votes Oast for Governor on Tues day. rnumim nnrrn nun nnmimv iji'jiii'iiii hi 'i in imi'i iiiiiiiii i. an n l'liirninv nr -in in n,.ntiina-tMn- Trnctor's Mnjorlty In M.H2I One Fusion Senator I- oil About 40 Dcmarrnt H the IIous Corrected nnd com. ! returns of r. I'rnetnr Tinr Wi il'lftl rr. I'lenipiit hurl Vr.inl r. jianson nan f.i I r. fiulllvnn hnH H fi fl Thus It will be seen thnt Mr. Proo- c ... Mil ti en The corrected returns show thnt P. Clement had n plurality of 45 In Inckmor, one of the fusion candidates SO eil'Ptfil n ltnmn I n f-t nil nniinh ilii iiif'MH PYrpniKinii rivnr.. ntv ill ermollt rrn.Vn n rmilllillcnn n nr.i IV Returns of representatives elected vp nprn rnrnivmi rrnni int. rw..a nr le iMtmKm 17? w,i HnhnMln..i.u in onist He low Is Riven the complete vote SUMMARY" BY COUNTIES. D 1123 2222 14S 3327 403 2377 317 793 1340 SI3 4iS6 337 1940 2452 i"i Min .ar.ai .2177 .3027 .4090 . S55 .3240 ..521 .1744 .2510 .3270 .567." . 3S23 .3453 .4339 50 O I 02 C2 4 02 54 43 17 30 70 S3 31 390 niui gton . uniwilid ... HIIKIIU . .. and Isle.... rlllU IL'-ill.H asmngton . Indham .... 102 107 indsor Totals ..42207 20404 ADDISON COUNTY. t. -j 5 disnn 1i.ii i Idport 165 40 J -tlj 151 rnwall 175 31 i rrlshurgh .... 2S.5 20 4 '"in'iy y L',i 2 incoek 52 19 2 rtillelntrv . . T.m t-. n well' 1.15 IN! iimn :,ti 17 1 I'M"! ill yj ,, llsbury 147 9 1 tireh.iin 127 11." irksboro 140 CO 7 litViiivi iC l . eybridge 1X 11 hltlng m 10 Totals. asai sn ictiiu 1 11a1jnt.11 meEm. BENNINGTON COUNTY. UUKIUU ...... JM l'oi 1, (UUIIBkUll .. I") 1 l.J t iBicnuury .... 1 1 wnal 149 151 inprr l 1.1 r.i: , ndgate , CI 2S .I flu '(I hll .... I't O I laftsbury .... 10i 158 2 amford ...... 71 31 2 nnrr nun A v F. i Inhall C2 13 .. oodford 44 30 Totals 2177 2222 2 CALEDONIA COUNTY. rnvf ... fti ri - rKP 177 n n 1M 87 6 priwipif ... vjo 41 rby 40 13 1 iiuuil 00.-I ii g wurn ot ., 'innl 1" t A eflleld 90 27 U Johnsbuiy ,. 696 450 irinurd ........ 42 2 lion J41 i alden 99 15 5 tprrnrrt inn heelock 71 45 7 Totals 3027 14".? C2 CHITTENDEN COUNTY. irllnRton 1424 1651 18 ...... L1llt . n A nnvhllrcrh 1tr LK o rlcho m 106 e lton 275 121 8 chmond 165 js 2 AlKnrriA MiA J nurUnston. 119 103 1 George 23 0 eatford. ...... XiQ 60 t ts Totals 4090 127 ESSEX COUNTY. Bloomflcld 46 26 Brighton 225 126 Brunswick S 11 Canaan SS f.9 Concord 147 ) East llnven .... 23 5 Granby 20 4 Guildhall 42 51 Lemlrigton 21 14 l.uncnburgh .... ins 43 Maldstono 13 26 Norton si it Victory 25 5 Totals S5S 403 Fit A.N KLIN COUNTY. Bakorsfleld .... 13S Berkshire 110 Enosburgh 229 Fairfax 2,",0 J'V.lrlleld I?:, 1'letcher 7S Franklin 17 1 Georgia 171 lllgligntc 193 Montgomery ... 212 Richfurd 3(9 Sheldon iss St. Alhnns city.. 352 St. Albans town 125 Swanton 361 74 101 140 SO 172 51 45 111 107 a 86 635 131 3'1o 2377 4 8 4 10 Totals. 3245 02 GRAND ISLE COUNTY. Wlllston 173 Albursh 19) 90 Grand Isle 91 tl Isle La Motle.. 72 20 North Hero.... 7S V South Uero 89 73 Totals 521 3K LAMOILLE COUNTY. Relvldere C.imhrldso .... 53 13 .. 2 205 20 5 1 131 37 0 1 lu3 10 221 135 5 3 100 95 11 372 207 9 2 IS 142 0 1 . Ill 12 2 133 31 10 ' 1 1744 793 31 9 Eden I El inure llydo Park.... Julinaiin Mcurlslnun .... fltOttO Watcrvllle Wo!eylt Totals 1744 ORANGE COUNTY liradfoid l:nilntrec .... I rnoklloM .... 172 97 .12 1C9 115 0J 242 lul 472 123 103 137 155 7U 122 71 ..IT. in:i !7 53 74 109 11 122 237 3S 90 ! 15 61 7(1 40 Chelsea (orlnth Fall Ice. Newbury 0:anfje I'.audolph Strafford i'l'lietford tTojisliam 1 Tu 11 bridge .... r. 10 19 1 A'ershlro WnshldKton .. West Falileo tVllllatiistinrr. Totals 25(0 1344 43 OHLEANS COUNTY. S9 All any 164 71 Barton -Iv. 'A 3 IirownhiKton ..97 1 Charleston 131 41 Con ven try SS 44 4 e Craftsbury .... 201 83 3 1 P Derby 3"i no 1 5 Glover 10 20 1 K Greensboro .... Id) 13 ., Holland 95 17 IrasbiirKh 130 22 .. Jay so 10 ., Lowell 133 71 ,. Mnrcnn 8S 3 ,. Newport 399 104 5 2 .. Troy 205 M 1 Westlleld Ill 21 .. W'eatmoio 30 9 .. Totals 3270 S!3 17 WASHINGTON COUNTY. Burro city 493 S03 23 Iiane town 213 2W Herlln 120 52 Cabot 101 47 7 Calais 143 79 lHlxbury 79 43 iL'ast Montpcller. US C3 1 iFnyslnn 70 2S Marohliold 155 31 2 Middlesex 97 95 2 Montpeller G71 i7l 9 Morelown lift S7 1 Nortlilleld 2S7 359 s J'ln Infield 112 53 7 Uoxbury M SI 2 WaltRileld IS 01 2 Warren 151 17 2 Waterhury .... 302 2i2 10 Woodbury 93 ."h 1 Worcester 98 74 3 Totals 3S23 3357 75 IIUTLAND COUNTY. Ilenon 1E2 SI 2 Urandon 3-0 27 fastlelnn 207 220 0 Chittenden M 24 Clarendon 120 103 Danby ICS ,V Fair Haven 277 305 Hubbnrdton .... 73 40 Ira CI 31 Mention CO 2S Mlddlefn Sptr... 13) 77 I Mt. Holly 1(9 75 Mt. Tabor 51 13 Pawlot 231 123 3 Plttsflcld 72 43 2 Ptttsford 72 3 I'oultncy 375 270 Proctor 454 23 Rutland city .... 1307 1051 fl Rutland town... 153 91 Hlicrburno 51 31 1 Fhrowsbury 134 fl 1 Kudhury 70 .',9 1 Tlnmouth 70 4 Walllnsford .... IRS 190 Wells 57 ffl 1 West Haven ... 49 is West Rutland 208 217 Totals 5573 4250 r WINDHAM COUNTY'. Athens 34 13 3 Itrattltboro .... 774 fcs ir, Urookllne 27 12 1 Dover S7 36 1 Dummerston ... 87 28 Grafton 102 50 3 Guilford 88 105 S Halifax 105 43 Jamaica 118 34 Ixn&Mderry ... 170 110 2 Marlboro 00 15 1 Nawfafie V 0 1 Putney 139 9 32 Rockingham ... 602 4Ss 6 Somerset 6 i Stratton ! 8 M 102 Townshcnd 103 35 Vernon 70 17 Wardsboro .... 100 30 Westminster ... 191 51 WhltlnKham ... 132 RS WIlmlnRton .... 153 104 Windham so 4 Totals 3153 1910 WINDSOR COUNTY. Andover 4S 9 Baltimore. 10 2 Barnard Ill 70 Bethel 221 1C6 BrldKCwnter .... 90 95 Cavendish 1S1 132 107 Chester 291 75 JIurtford 337 301 Hartland 155 KO Ludlow 321 ICi Norwich 112 M Plymouth 93 55 Pomfret 04 47 Reading 93 51 Rochester 270 CO Royalton 245 si Sharon SS 44 Springfield 519 212 StockbrldKO 101 51 Weatlicrslleld .. 103 50 Weston 95 43 West AVIndsor .. S3 32 Windsor 201 100 Woodstock .... 307 274 Totals 4339 2452 31 HOUSE OP REPRESENTA TIVES. The Meinhrrnlilp nnil Tarty All(tnmriit So Fnr a Itepnrtrd. The next Legislature Is still a mat ter of speculation as some towns ar3 still voting for representatives and others havo not reported. The. namoB and their politics reported aro: ADDISON COUNTY". Addison. William Noonan. R. Brldport, E. X. Myrlck, R. Bristol, A. M. Norton, R. Cornwall, I. L. llamblin, R. Ferrlsbursh, C. S. Martin, R. Goshen, O. T. Severy, R. Granville, no election. Hancock, A. D. Mcars, D. Leicester, 11. N. Morse, R. Lincoln, A. P. Basalow, R. Mlddlcbury, W. N. Cady, R. Monkton, John E. Ladd, R. New Haven, D. A. Itoleau, R Orwell, L. B. Needham, Fus.' Panton, A. O. Newton, R. Rlpton, L. A. Sparks, R. Salisbury, F. W. Whitney, R. Shorcham, R. II. Preble. D. Starksboro, W. N. Baldwin, R. VcrKennes, R. W. McCucn, R. Waltham, W. W. Bristol, R. Wcybrldffe, W. C. Sturtevant, R. Whltlnp, II. W. Holmes, R. Election claimed illegal. BENNINGTON COUNTY. Arlington. J. B. Webb, R. BennlnKton, R. S. Drysdnle, D. Dorset, J. M. Beebe, D. Glastenbury, W. R. Mattlson, R. Landgrove, G. W. Harris, R. Manchester, F. C. Arenibuld, it. Peru, M. J. Hapgood, u. Pownal, F. C. Brown, D. Rcadsboro, J. F. Carrier, R. Rupert, C. S. Day, R. SandKate, M. '.. Hurd, R. SearsbuiBh, Henry Farrlngton, R. Shaftsbury, J. G. Huntlneton, R. Stamford, II. W. Frame, It. Sunderland, A. E. Bentley, D. Windhnll. H. C. Williams, R. Woodford, J. P. Rooney, R. CHITTENDEN COUNTY". Bolton, W. V. Howe, R. BurliliKton, C. D. Graton, D. Charlotte, Williams Foote, It. Colchester, J. W. Lavlane, D. Essex, O. W. Ballty. R. HinesburRh, F. D. Reed, R. (5 bal lots, 1 mnj.) Huntlnnton, N. A. Carpenter, 11. Jericho, C. II. Hnvden, R. Milton, L. D. Latham, R. Richmond, F. G. Nichols, R. Shelbufne, L. C. Ray, R. South PurllnKton, W. II. Tuppor, R. St. Gcorse, F. E. Hinsdale, R. Undorhill, .Michael Lcddy, D. Westford, V. W. Grow, 11. (11 bal lots.) Wllllston, C. D. Caswell, R. CALEDONIA COUNTY. Barnct, J. E. Smith, R. Burke, R. A. EtfRlcston, R. Danville, J. D. Stevens, R. Groton, I. M. Rlcker, R. Hardwlck, C. T. Pierce. I. Klrby. II. E. Jenkins, R. Lyndon, G. E. Fisher, R. Nownrk, Lymn O. Sleeper, R. Peachham, It. N. Bailey, R, Ryejrate, S. F, Nelson, R. Sheffield, F. E. Blckford, R. St. Johntbury, Harry II. Carr. R. Stannard, B. F. Chamberlain, R. Sutton, F. A. Holmes, R. Walden, A. A. Scott, R. Waterford, F. W, Brown, R. Whcelock, C. G, Mooney. D. ESSEX COUNTY. Bloomfield, Luther House, D. Brighton, L. A. Cobb, R. Brunswick, J. M. Gilkey, D. Canaan, N, B. Y'ounp, D. Concord, Elmer Reed, R. East Haven, B. A. Moultroup, It. Granby, W. M. Shores, R. Guildhall, C. W. Fitch, D. LeminKton, M. D. F. Blodfrctt, D. Luncnbursh, Leslie I. Bishop, D. Mnldstone, S. W. Allen, D. Norton, Albert McLean, R. FRANKLIN COUNTY'. Bakersneld, II. H. Scott, R. Berkshlio, W. R. Noble, R. Enosbursh, W. J. Chaffee, R. Fairfax, A. A. IScerran, R. Fairfield, II, W. Soule, D. Fletcher, A. II. Hooper, R. Franklin, W. H. Towle. R. HlKhKato, L. n. Felton, R. Montgomery. F. . Bundy. W. Rlchford, C. M. Borleht, D, Sheldon, H. W, Chambcrlln, R. St. Alb?ns city, F. H. Dcwart, W. St. Albans town, T. A. Gallagher, R. Swantcn, M. W. Barney.. R, GRAND ISLE COUIVl x. Grand Isle, II. II. Hurlburt, D. Isle La Motte, Antolne LaBombard, D. Bouth Hero, T. B. Landon, R. LAMOILLE COUNTY", Belvldero, Herbert W. Chapell, R. Cambridge, F. E. Smith, R. Edon, W. J. Atwell, R. Elmore, F. L. Slayton, R, su-de Park, R. W. Hulburd, IV 67 Johnson, F. G. Blcknnll, R, Morrlstown, T. C. Cheney, R, Stowo, L. L. Harris, R. Wntervllle, R. A. 1. llley, R. Wolcott, V. W. Spauldlng, R. ORANGE COUNTY". Bradford, J. M. Taylor, R. Bralntreo, J. D. Battles, D. Chelsea, II. K. Durlltiff, R. Corinth, Gorydon Fellows, D. Falrleo, J. W. Davis, R. Newbury, S. E. Clark, It. Orange, A. L, Noyes, R. Randolph, G. W. Scott, D. Strafford, W. M. Scott, D. Thctford, II. II. Soulhworth, R. Topsham, J. P. Dlckermnn, D. Tunbrldgo, Ezeklcl Drew, R. Vershlre, Theron Dow, It. Washington, Charles II ntlngton, R(J West Falrlec, M, O. Kczer, R. WilllamstoTwi, C. M, Scaver, R, ORLEANS COUNTY". Barton, J. G. Turnbull, R. Coventry, A. S. Bole. R. Craftsbury, E. A. Button, R. Derby, A. R. Coblcigh, R. Glover, Alexander Shields, R. Newport, J. R. Klrkpatrlck, 1.., Troy, II. D. Peck, R. Westmore, G. II, McFarlln, R. RUTLAND COUNTXV Benson, C. N. Jones, R. Brandon, W. F. Scott, R. Castlcton, II. L. Claik, R. Chittenden, C. R. Holden. R. Clarendon, E. E. Congdim, R. Fair Haven, Michael Malone, D. Hubbnrdton, B. D. Olbbs, R. Mendon, II. C. Gleason. R. Mlddletown Springs, Emmet Ix:onard( R. Mount Holly, W. E. Knight, It. Plttsfield, L. E. Taylor, It. Pawlet, W. C. Mason, R. riltsford, J. E. Tennlen, D. Poultncy, William Grmlth, It. Proctor, J. C. Cameron, It. Rutland city. J. A. Mead, R. Rutland town, E. S. Slade, 11. Sherburne, h. O. Spauldlng, R. Sudbury, S. S. Germond, I). Shrewsbury, A. C. Aldrleh, I. Wells, W. S. Norton, t. West Haven, S. It. Hitchcock. 1 Walllngford, II. B. Barrien. H. West Rutland, L. .'. lid , It WASHINGTON COUNTY. Il.irre City. S. II. Jacks.iti, R. Barre Town, F. C. Baim-oft, R. Berlin, R. G. RoM.isnn, R. Cabot, C. H. Austin, It. Calais, Irving Robinson, R. Duxbury, A. II. Graves, R. East Montpeller, F. M. Coburn, R. Fayston, Charles Grandfleld, R. Marshlleld, E. A. Thomas, R. Middlesex, W. D. HIll. D. Montpeller, Jr hn H. Senter, I? Moietown, D. D. Donovan, D. Nortlilleld, II. C. Cady, It Plalnlleld, II. C. Cutting, D. Roxhury, John Bannister. D. Waltslleld, G. W, Walliu . R. Warren, E. A. Heath, It. Woodbury, II. E. Bnrnb im, R. Worcester, W. P. Turner It. WINDHAM COUNTY, Athens, H. L. Carr, R. Brattleboro, E. W. Gibson, R. Brookline, A. A. Austin, R. Dover, E. J. Grout, R. Dunmurston, W. W. Burnett, R. Grafton, N. It. Davis, R. Guilford, Joel Flugg, D. Halifax, F. H. Niles.R. Jamaica, J. A. Muzzy; R. Londonderry, L. T. Landman, R. Marlboro, II. H. Shaw, R. Newfane, D. A. Benson, R. Putney, II. B. Warren, It. Rockingham, M. II. Ray, R. Somerset, L. C. Harris, R. Stratton, E. C. Pike, It. Townshend, W. M. Holland, R. Vernon, E. II. Akley, P.. Wnrdsboro, D. C. Dexter, R. Westminster, A. M. Shlpman, R. Whltlngham, W. S. Allen, D. "Wilmington, E. II. Porter, D. Windham, W. G. Adams, R. WINDSOR COUNTY". Andover, J. W. Hazoltine. R. Barnard, A. G. Perkins, R. Bethel, F. L. Martin, It. Bridgewatcr, F. P. Smith, R. Cavendish, A. M. Flotcher, R. Chester, L. E. Sherw.n, R. Hartfoid, E. A. Barrows, D. Hartland, D. C. Webster, R. Ludlow. A. L. Stlllwell, 1. Norwich. C. W. Brown, R. Plymouth, T. II, Mooie, R. Pomfret, A. E. Fuller, R. Reading, M, Amsden, It. Rochester, E. II. Kdgerton, R, Royalton. D. L. Burnett, It. Sharon, M. C. Noyes, R. Sprlnglleld, E. B. Fllnn, R. Stockbrldge, J. A. Chedel, R. Weston, J. F. Austin, I. West Windsor, E. N. Pierce. R. Windsor, Maxwell Evarts, R AVoodstock, F. T. Kidder, R. ONE FUSION SENATOR. S. II. Illiiekmer I'.leetert In Bennington A FiihIoii Stiite's AHol'lirj. Bennington, Sept. 5.-One republican 53 and one fusion senator were elected In this county. The fusionlst candidate for State's attorney Is elected but tho rest of the republican ticket won. For sena THE COUNTY TICKET. Erry Republican Candidate Elected, Smnllent IMnrnllly Ilelnn 271. Bolton Burlington Charlotte Colchester Essex . Hlnesburgh Huntington Jericho Milton RlchrT.;"l Shelburno - South Burlington. St. George UnderhlU Westford Wllllston Totals tors the vote was John S. Holden, Ben nington (top.) 2,22.5, Myron F. Roberts (rep.) 2,104, S. H. Blnckmor, Bennington, (Independent) 2,100, O. M. Vlall, Dorest, (lnd.) 1,974; State's Attorney William R. 1 Daley, Bennington (rcp.j 2,108, W. J, ' Meagher Bennington (lnd.) 2,130; Sheriff Y. S. Wilson, Arlington, trep.) 2,294, John Conroy, Arlington (lnd.) 1,935, Assistant Judges William C. Pock, Sandgato (rep.) 2,202, Everettn Potter, Pownal, (rep.) 2,237, R. M. Houghton, Bennington, (lnd.) 1.9S9, 15. M. Torrey, Dorset, (lnd.) 1,930. In Bennington tho fusion Justice ticket1 was elected by majority of over 200. John S. Holden senator-elect from the south shire, gave a reception at his home this evening, which was very largely at tended, j FIVE BALLOTS IN H1NESBUROH. j Hlnesburgh, Sept. 5. At noon to-day the contest for town representative was settled by tnu election of Thomas Rend (rcpuli) by one majority. Ills chief competitor was O. W. Tobey another republican. Ths fusion tnndldule, C. C. Adams, polled only a small vote. REPUBLICAN WON IIUTLAND TOWN Rutland, Sept. C. Ono of tho big gest contests ever known for a rep resentative in the smaller towns of this county was fought out In tho town of Rutland, the voting lasting until 2;1B o'clock this morning. El mer S. Slnde, manager of the Ver mont Marble company's storo at Cen ter Rutland, and a republican, won out on the fifth ballot, defeating Jo seph Kellogg, fusion, by a vote of 71 to 55. M. L. Thomas, democrat, wlio was Mr. Sladc's most dangerous op ponent, withdrew at tho end of tho fourth ballot, telling his supporters to go homo because of the pressuro ot early morning farm work. ZED S. STANTON DEFEATED. Throe Washington Cniinly Tonus Unt il. ir.j All Main, Montpeller, Sept. 5. Three towns In Washington county balloted all night last night and this morning elected representa tives. Dr. W. D. Turner, republican, was elected In Worcester over F. S. Hutchin son of diseased beef fame, on the eight ballot. If. B. Robinson, democrat, at Walerbury on tho fourth ballot and John Bannister, democrat, at Roxbury on tho loth ballot, defeating 7.. S. Stanton, repub lican and George Williams, Independent. Complete returns on the vote for county officers In Washington county are not yet In, but the straight republican ticket won by about 730 majority. This Is the first time since war times that Waterbury will be represented In the Legislature by a democrat. Mr. Robinson place of residence Is at tho Center and a celebration Is being planned. NO CHOICE IN LOWELL. Newport Elected 11 Democratic Hepre erntntlvr llrxt nC Orlenns County Republican. Newport. Sept. 5. Election returns from the towns In the county show a great gain In tho republican vote of four years ago. Proctor carried every town in the county. The tight for rep resentative in Newport was a hot ono, thoro being three candidates in the Held, J. '. Redmond, Rep., George B. Y'oung, Rep., O. R. Klrkpatrlck, Dem G. R. Klrkpatrlck winning out on the second bnllot. Popularity carried tho day In this case. Lowell had five candidate for repre sentative and latest returns do not show any choice. All the other, towns sent republican representatives. LATHAM ELECTED IN MILTON. Milton, Sept. 5. L. D. Latham was elected representative on tho fifth bal lot at 1 a. m. this morning. The whole number of votes cost In the ballot was 320. Necessary for choice 102. L. D. Latham had 107, John Mc Mullen had 130, R. J. Robinson had 22, C. L. Sanderson had 1. THREE BALLOTS IN BROOKFIELD. Brooktleld, Sept. 5. The most Interest ing feature of election here was the con test between four candidates for town representative, A. D. Iteed was elected on the third ballot. The votes follows: First ballot closed at three o'clock; second closed at 5:30 p. m.; third cloied at nine o'clock. Total votes east: First ballot 221; second ballot 221; third ballot 215. First ballot A. D. Reed had 92; second 100; third 114. George Crane First ballot had SS; second ballot had 92; third ballot had 1U0. C. B. Fiske First ballot had 40; second had, 23; third had 4. William Graves First ballot had 1; second had 1. HARRY SHAW FOR REPORTER. Mlddlebury, Sept, 6. It Is quite probable that Harry C. Shaw of the staff of the Mlddlebury Register, will be a candidate I fnr nppolntment as ono of the official ro poiters In the House of Representatives In the next Legislature. Mr. Shaw was a candidate for tho appointment two years ago, to succeed Luther, B. Johnson of , Randolph, but Mr, Johnson was retained. Tho voters of Chittenden county turned down tile fusion Idea and elected tho en. tire county tlckot by majorities rnnglng from 9M for Mr. Fletcher for senator over Mr. McGlnnls to 271 for Mr. Alien for Senator. a S, rt H a 9 2. P 15 $ Ih a . S3 Q -in t5 4 5 'a o a 70 73 70 41 42 44 72 72 41 41 69 60 07 49 70 41 109 1402 J429 141S, 1581 1565, 1547 1400 1397 158C 15S0 13S4 1662 130R 1767 1299 29 220 216 112 213 30 30- 31 213 214 30 30 227 22 207 38 211 211 29 264 270 242 433 426 410 264 222 403 371 242 4S0 212 551 231 462 2S2 348 3S3 343 99 112 92 340 339 107 103 342 114 374 115 342 101 3S9 195 195 198 92 92 92 193 190 91 102 1S9 101 1 SS 104 195 90 196 117 Hi 118 64 57 54 120 119 61 49 111 67 116 57 125 49 115 188 188 ISO 98 100 101 183 1S2 97 93 175 124 187 112 IRS 96 1R9 271 272 272 105 107 I? 274 272 10(1 306 276 107 . 267 119 270 10S 281 144 142 142 194 194 216 :5, 152 188 189 136 221 146 204 165 187 157 167 166 189 67 66 66 169 166 66 65 174 75 160 86 16S S 10S 720 120 118 100 99 100 118 1U 100 99 119 101 108 114 118 99 217 24 24 24 3 3 3 24 24 3 3 21 3 24 3 24 3 25 134 136 134 130 129 130 134 133 12U 130 134 133 132 3fl 131 132 135 167 171 166 28 2v -S7 167 165 49 4S 166 51 167 60 165 27 ICS 172 168 169 51 60 49 172 179 50 48 1," 64 165 62 169 48 171 40C0 4063 4002 3109 3079 3069 4004 3157 3063 3937 "R :o" 3657 3S61 3132 42S PROCTOR ABLE Whole Village and Hillsides Ilium inated to Celebrate Republi can Victory. THOUSANDS IN ATTENDANCE, The .lolllflenllnn Planned mid Executed by Employe of the Vermont Mnr lilr Cnmiinny The riorrrnnr elret Mingled with Crovtd but .Made No Speech. Proctor, Sept. 5. All Troctor was a blazo of light to-night whllo from tho mountains to tho cast and to west giant bonfires convoyed to tho sur rounding country tho satisfaction tho peoplo felt at tho choice of their chief citizen to bo governor ot Vermont. It was a great celebration, conceived by the young men employed by tho Ver mont Marblo company and carried by them to a successful conclusion. Prac tically "every person In Troctor was out to pay a tribute to Fletcher D. Proctor, who won such a great repub lican victory Tuesday and tho vlllago people were swelled by crowds from all the surrounding towns so that fully 4,000 peoplu wcro present. The celfbratlon had Its inception at si meeting of young men yesterday noon. At that time nothing had been plnnned but a committee composed of George 7,. Thompson, C. I. Hunter, Charles Krlandsou and J. E. Kuno tool: charge of the matter and with many otljer young men to work with them soon had things hustling. It Is nothing now for the young men or Proctor to get up a celebration in 11 hurry. They liavo done ft Tor threu different presidents, who havo been guests at Senator Rcdlluld Proctor's. This time they knew what to do and how to do It. They soon had nearly 1,000 Japanese lanterns strung along tho road leading from the railway sta tion to Mr. Proctor's homo and about his house. In addition special electric designs of Incandescent electric lights were erected. Practically every hous-j was also decorated with bunting and lights. The Rutland and Proctor bands were hurriedly engaged and a rush order for several hundred dollars worth of fireworks was given. Word that the celebration was on passed quickly to the surrounding towns and the people of the nearby places determined to help. They came from all directions, by train, by auto mobiles and by teams. Rutland sent 11 crowded train load and In addition six large touring cars carried tho po litical leaders who made such a gallant fight for I'roctor In Rutlnnd city and county. The lighted lanterns and special elec tric lights made Proctor look like a wonderland. At the Y. M. C. A. build ing a large picture of Mr. Proctor had been hung and about this were strung electric, lights, so that the countenance of Vermont's next governor could bo plainly seen from passing trains. A short distance below Mr. Proctor's home a great arch was erected bearing the following Illuminated words; "Fletcher D. I'roctor. Our Governor Elect." At about eight o'clock the two bands were stationed on cither side of Mr. Proctor's house nnd for two hours play ed whllo tho peoplo blew tin horns, shouted, and watched fireworks. Mr. Proctor made no speech but ho walked nmong the peoplo speaking to every-' one. IIo apparently knew them all, calling them by their Christian names, having a pleasant word for the ladles nnd a gentle pat for tho children. He missed a face or two nnd asked for them. In speaking of that fact ono lady said: "I bellevo Mr. Proctor knows every child In this t-nvn. If one of them goes away he Is sure to notice tho fact nnd Inquire about it." Apparently cvory young person In the crowd had a horn of somo sort and even the older peoplo had a fow. "Whenever Mr. Proctor appeared ho was given an ovation and his political friends from Rutland wero given a serenade as their cars puffed up tho Incllno to Mr. Proctor's house. FRANKLIN COUNTY FAIR. Very Successful Inhibition Opened Sheldon Yeslcrdujr. St. Albans, Sept. 5. Tho 41st annual fair of tho Franklin County Fair associa tion, opened at Sheldon to-day. That tho fair will surpass all others, Is beyond a doubt, for the new buildings, Increased facilities nnd added attractions, have inauu 11. pussiuju 10, iur iiiu juai iiniu 111 sheriff over Mr. Horton. A determined effort was mado to re-elect Sherllt Horton and many republicans be lieved It would succeed, largely because of Mr. Horton's popularity. But Mr. Allen Aanlatant Judge. State'. Attorney the association's history, give a woll ar ranged and complete show. The manage ment has made a big stroke this year In engaging Sherman's Military band of Bur lington, which will furnish music through the fair, giving a concert each afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. The' Cresent Glee club of St, Albans will also bo present Thurs day afternoon and give a freo concert on the main grandstand, The exhibits of all descriptions and In every department, ex ceeds those of any previous year, both In quality and quantity, There Is a great cattle show and a largo poultry exhibit, enough to stock several large farms. The' hone show will be one of tho chief features this year, the number entered, 175, running for ahead of anything ever sci here before, and many more are ex pected to-morrow, The well arranged programme of horse racing, began this afternoon with the green race, which had eight starters nnd resulted as follows: Alcanpaco first; Cnrrlo N., second; Daisy Brooks, third. Big fields of horses will start In the three minute and 2:20 classes, which will be run oft Thursday afternoon. WASHINGTON CO. COURT. The Mullen Murder Trlnl to lie Opened Momlnj-, September SI. Montpeller, Sept. 5. Tho September term of Washington County Couit convened this morning, Judge Georgo ' M. Powers of Morrlsvllle presiding, with E. W. Huntley of Duxbury and E. R. Wells of Middlesex assistant Judges, Frank II. Lacy, sheriff; M. E. Smllle, clerk, and Mrs. Nellie C. Laird, reporter. I Prayer was offered by tho Rev. L. F. Rqed, pastor of Bethany Church. Tho docket was called and tho num- ; ber of cases set for trial would in dicate a term lasting well towards Thanksgiving day. I At two o'clock this afternoon tho grand and petit Jurors wto called and Instructed by Judge Powers as to their duties. Ira II. Edvin of this city was called as a talesman and R. S. Currier of li.irro was appointed foreman ot I tho grand jury. , The court denied tho motion to bring I forward tho case ot Lady Eleanor Langdon Nicholas against the estate ot Calra Nichols, on tho ground that 1 tho lower court now has no Jurlsdic- 1 Hon In this case. I The murder case of Stato vs. Ray Mullen of Barre, charged with poison ing Fred Batchelder, was set for trial on Monday, September 24. The re spondent Is now at the State Hospital for the Insane at Waterbury for ob servation. Tho trial of tho case of 11. , B. Wedge, administrator of Israel Gullmont, against the Central Ver mont Railway company is assigned to follow the poisoning case. Tho ball of B. D. Coon was declared forfeited. L. M. Mead of Milton, Coon's fatlier-ln-law, is ids liondsman. Coon Is under indictment for manslaughter I In causing the death of Peter Durant of I East Mlddlebury. Durant was a pa- tien'. at the Stato hospital for the In sane at Waterbury nnd Coon was ono of his attendants. Coon hnd been a fugitive from Justice for several weeks and Sheriff Tracy has offered a reward of $500 for his apprehension. Tho cases of Edward E. Leo vs. Springer & Utton; City of Montpeller vs. town of Moretown; John L. Dlx vs. B. F. llutchlns; John MeFarlane vs. Frank A. Nichols, and C. H. Whitney vs. A. L. Archer, on tho trial docket, were en tered settled nnd dlseontlned. Fifty ono civil cases were set for trial by jury. No ense was ready for trial this af ternoon and the petit jurors were ex cused until to-morrow morning. Tho grand Jury at onco entered upon tho dlcharge of Its duties. Several attor neys In the county were on the stump during August and havo not had tlmu to properly prepare their cases. Tlw caso Of Morris McKInstry vs. O. R. Col. lins and B. II. Lovell was the lirst called for trial. This caso may not bo reached this week becauso of tin Illness of Mr. Collins, ono of tho de fendants. ALIENATION SUIT SETTLED. C. M. Watts of Stovre In to Tny Chnrlt-t Benson f 1,000. Stowe, Sept. 5. State's Attorney F. G. Blcknell ot Johnson, representing Charles Benson, nnd F. G. Fleetwood of Morrlsvllle, representing C. M, Watts, were in town to-day and ef fected a settlement In the suit brought by Mr. Benson against Watts asking $10,000 for alienation of the affectloni of Mrs. Benson. Mr. Watts agreed tn pay Benson. $1,000 and was released from custody. Mr. Watts and Mrs. Benson aro still under bonds for appearance before tho grand Jury for alleged adultery. RUTLAND COUNTY" COURT. Rutland, Sept. 5. The fall term of Rut land county court opened to-day with 74 cases on the trial docket. There nre four negligence cases ngalnst the Rutland rail road company. Judge Willard W, Mllei of Barton presided, it being his first term In the county. Only the administering of the oath to the Jury nnd other preliminar ies were given attention to-day. 1 proved a popular candidate also, and tht county will have a republican sheriff for tho first time since 1902. Following Is tho. complote vote of the county: Judge of High Ilnltlrt Prohnl. Sheriff