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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, SE1 TEMBER 13, 1906.
9 $2,(100,(1 FUND Uommission Wants It for a Per- manent State Aid for Ver mont Schools. MEETING IN MONTPELIER Method of Every Hlnle In thp t'ulon Itnvr ttccii Investigated The Ver- uonl Commission Think Tlirro Funds Amounting f 1,2.-0,000 should 11c Our. IIir Montpcller, Sept. r,. The. commission nn- Inlnted In M04 by Governor f. J. Ilnll Indor act No. 42 of the nets of IM-l, en- tiled, "An Act to Creito n Permanent Ichool rund," met for tlio tlr.it tltnp this Iftenioon Willi tlin Hon. Joseph a. I'eHoer, the chairman of thp commission. lie other members of the commission urn l.leut.-Gov Charles IT. Stearns nt .Inlm. on, Justus Jjartt of Springfield, pv. -Irilt.-finv X W. Fisk 0f Islo j ,. fie Hon. It. V Slmpn-.n of Sheffield and IT. John A .Mead of RutWnd. Mr. Flsk nd t)r. Mead were not present to-tin v. J his commission, ln accordance with Iip act that created It, serves without miiionsatlon. Tnder net 12 It Is uuthnHx. II to Investigate school pndowment fundi several .states of the Fnlm ns In the I'nd and manner nt Inw.m, ,i, nurces from which such endowments linie, and the revenne lr.rlv,i rom. KILLED Blf NEW EXPLOSIVE, Sinn Exploiting t One of Its First Vic timsThe Oilier Promoter Fnl nlly Hurl, I.ynn, Mass., Sept. 7.-Two men worn fatally, ono seriously und n dozen others slightly liijuud by an explosion in Len nox hill In this city to-day. " The fatally Injured aro Frank W. Wordonb-rgcr and George Tattnall, both of Xew Vork city. Francis Clilcnlno, an Italian laborer, was seriously hurt. The slightly Injured Include a number of I. nit and Siilcm contractors. Wordonberger, n Oertnnn chemist, was the Inventor of a new e.plnslo and Tatt. null Is the president of a company formed to exploit II. The two men had been tmn-. lng throughout New England denonstrat ItiB the now explosive In tho presence 3f contraclors and quarry workers. To-day's demonstration was (riven at Lennox hill and some 40 or more contrac tors from this city and Halem were pro cut. Holes had been drilled In the lodge and tilled with dynamite, i Other holes rontnlnrd Iho new explosive. Word'nhergor was tamplnR one of the holes containing the new explosive and Tattnall was hosldo lilm nvorsooltig the work when there wns a terrific explosion. Thp nPW explosive hfld detonated the concussion causing tho compound In two other holes to explode, Wonlenborger. Tattnall and Chleoln who was hurt by flying fragments nf rocks, were taken to the Lynn hospital. Wordenberger died to-night. He had but lately recovered from Injuries suffered In experimenting with his explosive near Xew Vork some lime ago, A HEALTHVJ11B AGE OFTENTHEBESTPARTtoFLIFE Help for Womon Passing Through Chang of Llfo Providence line allotted us eneh at least eoventy yearn in which to fulfill our mission ln life, and It is generally our own fault If we tlio prematurely. TRAGEDY IN A HOSPITAL. in nn shot Herself nur the Mend Body of Ifcr llunbiiml, Huston, Mass., Sept. i.-Offlclnls of the Massachusetts Homeopathic hospital :in lionnced to-dny that Mrs. D.ivls E. Shir- irrtls. wife nf lliivln r! un,.-,-.,.,., ..i.i Jn .inMll.nHnn .1.- ... . 'I.. .1 rl- . ... l, -.. " " '"-lH lltl,ll III ....... .,1. in ie nocr Has been n eom- flinlcatlon with the fducntlonol denart- ents of every State and Territory In nmn anil this mass of correspond. Iicr was tn-dav lnl.l l.,.f.,r.. i, Isslon From this the r reviewing the subject matter ns- IKiied to it by the net referred to, itllned Its report which will bo pre- nicii to the Legislature of mnn nmi,. lily accompanleii by a bill. To Chnlr- tvnmington shot and killed herself nt the hospital last night over the body of her husband, who had died only five minutes before at the Institution. Mrs. Shtirretts had Iwn attending nt her hus band's bedside dally and her act Is at tributed to an excited mental condition following the long strain. Mr. Sharretts wn.s 41 years old nnd his wife wns two years younger. Mr. Shar retts same to Boston from Washlm-trm an He Hoer was assigned the work of several weeks ago for treatment and enter- "iiik mis report In shape before the:01' 'he Homeopathic hospital. Surironns oecnieii mat the patient was In a critical condftlon nnd arranged for an operation ns n last posslblo means of savins- his llfo ineir neiief that the peruian'nt ,J r"m t,,p operation Mr. SharrottH did not I'ool fund shoulii mil h i..o .i : rally. Mrs Sb arrellu w.ik -Itli 1... nanii nimost constantly and she was with I """ ""B or uio cominlslon In about Iiree weel:. Tlie meirb..rs present wer unanimous '.nno.OOO The commission onti'il with tlir.-e propnsltlmis namely, j"1"1 'nM nlK,lt when he i.m1. Scarcely had Is Nervous exhaustion Invitee dlsnm Xbls tatemont In the positive truth. Wbon cvcrytlilntr becomes n burden and you cannot walk n few blocks with out excessive fatltrue, end you break out Into perspiration easily, and your face flushes, nnd you grow 'excited nnd shaky at the least provocation, and you cannot bear to bo crossed in any thing, you aro in danger ; your nerves have given out ; you need building up ut once I To baild up woman's nerv ous system and during the period of change of llfo wc know of no bettoi medicine than Lydia E. Plnltham's Veg etable Compound. Here In an illus tration. Mrs. Mnrv L. Koehne, J71 Garfield Avenue. Chicago. 111., writes: " I havo used Lydla K. PlnltlinmWegeteble Compound for ycar.i in my fsmily and it never disappoints;. no when I felt that I was nearlng rhochniiffo of llfo I commenced treat' merit with it. I took in all about six bottles and It did me n jrreatdeal of good, Itstopped my dlrzy spolK pnlns ln my br.ck and the headaches with which I had suffered for months beforo taking tho Compound. I feel that If it had not been for this great medicine, for women that I should not linvp beon 'alive to-day. It is splendid for women.old or young, mm win sureiv cure an ioni.no nuovuers. SCARCITY IF HELP. This the Most Sorioua Featuro of tho General Business Situation, RESTRICTS HARVESTING, Alio Itetordu Stnicliirnl Work Farm ers So nuny Tliry Cnnnot Slop to Trnde Cioocln Forwarded An Fast A Possible for full Jobbing Trade. the New York, Sopt. ". It. C?. Dun & Co.'n wcoltly report of trade to-morrow will say: Money market Irregularity had no 111 effect on business nnd prices of secur ities quickly rallied when old Imports woro arranged. Scarcity of labor Is n much more Important In effect, restrict ing production of crops and causing de lays In harvesting of crops, whllo strue tural work Is also retarded. Fall Job bing trade Is making progress, shipping departments forwarding goods ns rap Idly ns possible. I.eadliiK centers nro crowded by Interior buyers, who place liberal orders especially for wearing apparel. Quotations are. well maintain ed and some Improvement Is noted ln collections. A seasonable Incrense ap pears ln retail trade at most places, although tirgoncy of work on the fnrms limits business In those sections. Wholesome reports from the Iron and steel Industry and expectations of large crops have developed a tono of confi dence In the commerclnl world that makes the outlook bright and favors new undertakings. Movement of crops adds to the situation and earnings In thij month of August wns l.r, per cent, larger than last year. rorelRn com merce at this port for the Inst week snows nn increase or z,3Zi,s;o In ox THE RACES AT SHELDON, Dictator nnd Ned Colo Won irlrnt Mon lew Clrcnt Crowd lreenl, Bt. Albatie, Sopt. C It waa record day to-dny at the great fair of tho Franklin County Kalr association, now belni; held nt Bholdon Junction. Fifteen thousand people passed through the gates, and all were nlcoly taken care of. There were Immutioruble attractions but of course the homo racing was the principal feature. The 2:20 clasa was a good one, requiring II vo heats to dccldo it, Ned Colo won It, but only after a groat battlo with Queen Alexandra, who went a great race for a four-year-old. Tho summary: THItEB MINUTES CLASS, PUR8E 160. Dictator., B, Kehoe,..,.,..,,j ...1 l l Sir Alcatidnr., 'Whltcomb Bros 2 2 3 Dai., C. F. Skeels, a 3 2 Little Flyer, A. K. Stlneham 4 4 Sherman Wllkos, William Ilood 5 S S Time, 2:21 1-2; 2:24 : 2:22 1-2, 2:20 CLASS PUItSB $200, Ned Cole, S. K. Klttrldgo 2 2 111 Queen Alexandra, W. 13, Phelps 1 1 2 2 2 Margaret L., II. J, Isham 3 4 Dolly C A. Patnnude...4 3 Lottie Logan, Geo. Willey 6 S 2:22y4, 2:20U, 2:21, 4 4 2 3 3 4 dr 2:21, Tlmo, 2:24. The fair closes to-day, with thre-j rocen on tho card, tho 2:30 class, purse I1C0; the 2:24 clnss, purse J1&0, nnu tho free-for-all, purse $2C0. W-J":: pared . the same perl.Id of vltes all hick and ailing women to write her for advice. Her great experience Is at their service, free of eost. r ini-i use mis rund. how in 1... 'St It, and how to distribute, tho In- mo most equitably. !n addition to the S.'n.coo war fund nl- invested the commission un.,i- leusly constnirs tho Huntington school I"" an" lno l nited States dennt fund funds that belong In the nnn.,.n Irl and will advocate niaklnp them a .l n sain mnils. This will be tantn Imiit to a fund of Jl.2irt.r0i) now on hum! living $?,7).rV) to be provided for In fu- Ire to make up the $2,000,100. If this plan Is accepted the Hiintlnrrlnn ind will still i,P Invested by tho towns. i nnea states deposit fnnil l,v th ite and the war 'fund Is alreadv Invest. by the Legislature. The serious phajses the situation were carefully and ev. lustlvely discussed to-day and there !s the attendants left the woman alone with her husband's body when sho shot her t-elf. DIED IN COURT ROOM. wirt summon lo Deputy Sheriff .l- onzo HrrrleU. iiiuiaiid, .sept. i.-Alonzo llerrlck of Poultney, deputy sheriff since March S. ISS9, was stricken with heart trouble nt the county court house heie this miinln nbout S:3fl o'clock nnd died Immedlatelv. He ate breakfast at a hotel with Iip Judges and seemed to bo In his usual health until the moment he was stride: When death came Deputy llerrlck was sitting on a table talking to Sheriff n. c. Fisll. WMIn In til., tnlrtct rrf n I. lt a member of the commissi,,,, who will suddenly threw 111. his hands .mrl rn'n satistled until tho permanent school : i,nni.-.nr.i iif k . ..... seconds. The convocation had not heen of a nature to cause excitement and no cause can bo assigned for the-sudden at tack on a heretofore robust man. ' Deputy Sheriff! Herrick was on of Poultney's best citizens nnd he had served his community In many ways. Ho was r,9 years of age. Several years ago he rep resented the town In the Legislature tind In 1902 he was dooreeper of the Sena .e He ad, wisely Invested, reachrs thn v ori m-hi NO FfSION SUNATOR. f.ennlngton, Sopt. f.. loiter returns show it Myron F. Roberts of Rupert, Rop., elected senator over S. H. Hlackmer Bennington, Fits. The returns also cut Iwn tho majority nf W. J. Meagher of Innlngton, the fusinnlst candidate for result, Meagher being elected urgln of 19 votes. by a liDEST VOTER ON TUESDAY. owned considerable property In Poultney Ills wire, a son, George M. llerrlck of Cohocs, X. Y., nnd a daughter, Mrs. J. W. riroushton of River Forest, 111., survive him. Ipheus tlnynrs oirr !lfl Venrs old rant Ills llitllot for I'rni tor. rttlltlnnd, Sept. 0. tiii: mi'XT of nir. c.amc. Tho northern part of the Province of -Probably the oldest 1 Ontario Is the mecca for tho sportsman Iin to cast a ballot for Fletcher D. and hunter. Deer and moose abound In loctor at the recent State election was the severnl districts that are reached bv Ipheus Hiiynes of .Miildletown Svrlngs, , 'he Grand Trunk Railway System Includ- lea 11:1 years and 1 month. Mr. Jlnv- '"g ".Min-uoKa," "Lake of n.ivs. was born at Miildletown, July 29, "Maganetnwan River," "Lake Nlilsslng, , and he cast his first ballot for I reiich Jtlver," "Temngami" "Georgian Pin Qulncy Adams for president In 1 ay," and several points ii the Ottawa when Adams wns a candidate for .Division, between Scotia Junction and selection nnd wns defeated bv An- i Algonquin mm. J-ist year nearly 12.0C0 i'w Jackson. Ho has nlwavs been a . lICf r nnd m mooso were taken nut of thK Iiunch republican. terillory and from reports received this lnothir non.iagennrlnn to vote nt I J':r. the supply Is as rrent as ever. All Iddletow'n was Roswell Ruel w'ho wn 1 h'lht'iig districts easy of access. Full Irn January 2, 1S12. and first voted . reticulars iu "Haunts of Fish nnd 1830 for Martin Van Huron for nresl. 1 ""me. nn Illustrated publication civ il!. Mr. Huel is nn ex-member of the i ",K n" iniormanon, name laws, etc., sent BARRE EOYS IN COURT. ('hunted with Itohticry of n store and HciirltiK Contliiunl, Rarre, Sept. fi.-K, Roj Field and Arthur Parkhurst wero in city court this evening charged with breaking Into the Reynolds More and robbing it of fire urms, ammunition and cutlery. Tho hear ing wns continued until Saturday when It Is expected Parkhurst will stnnd trinl. It possible that Information may be filed against Field before that time. Tho boys wrru arrested by Officer Hamel Wednerdny evening on the charge of breaking and entering the Reynolds store last Monday morning, nt which time a considerable amount of cutlery and cartridges were taken, with several revolvers. The entrance was made, though a window In the rear of the store and the robbery was not dlscoveied until Mondav afternoon. The officers were not notified until Tuesday, but they m.ulo short work of the Job, as they had been wntch Inp a young fellow who had been seen 011 the railroad tracks and In back of the stores for several nights. Their suspicion was directed towards him and he was watched and Inquiry made, as to where he was on the night on which the rob bery occurred. Officer Hamel went to the Klolds boy's home Weanesd'iy afternoon, talked with the woman who resliles In the house, and learned that the bov had tire arms In his room and that the women were afraid to stay In the house. Officer Hamel Informed State's Attornev Jackson on his arrival from County court "ediiesclay evening nnd he sent the nf. fleer to the hod.si. of the boy. When ones. turned by the State's attornev the vnnth 190' Commercial failures In the fnltod States are 1.13 ngalnst 170 last week, 1C7 the preceding week and ISO tho corresponding week last year. Fail ures In Canada number s against 14 Inst week, 34 the preceding week and 23 last year. RAILROADS OVERTAXED. WOMAN KILLED BY RATS, They severed un Artery and Cailtrd Her lo Illeed to Ilentli. New York, Sept. C Mrn. F.llznbeth Van Hart, a paralytic. GO years old, wns killed by rats In her homo !n Kllznbeth, N. J to-day. Mrs. Van Hart lived alone. Her dnughter-ln-lav.-called early to-day nnd found her dead, Rats had attacked tho lielplfsn old woman as she sat In a chair, pos sibly asleep, and severed nn artery In ono of her feet that caused her to bleed to death. The flesh of both feet was much torn by tho rodents. BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK. " INCORPORATtGD 1MT, Dpo8ita July 1, 1906.!,: ..$10,081,236.43 Surplus 060,200.W Total Anaets $10,741,437.42 DposK received and pild dailr, DepoMti mado during tho flrt four buitneiu days of the month will fntereot from the nrnt of that month. Interest I crodlted on all deposlti January lt and July It ii iaxe In thla Btat- are paid by the bank on deposit of $2,000 o Depolt can be made or withdrawn by mall or exprew. Money loaned on leeal security at the loweet rate ttKfcnY nnrcil.VI,, Vlee-Pre.ldeat T- W. WARD, Tren rarer. 6. ISHAM, A.rt. TMim TMHTRIK. CHA8. P. SMITH, WILliARD OKAVflj Htrnvtir ntiiiiENR, j. l ninnow, meimT wbtxh, r. w. waMi ALBERT Q. WH1TTBMOKB. o o o o o n o ASK FOR THE SUMMARY OF RESULTS. The Bank is the mnin artery in the life of a com mercial community. Through it daily flows the cur rent of the business community's very life blood. If thsyfltom is healthy and careful attention is paid to the routine of its daily affairs a sound and strong corporate body will be developed. The bank statement reflects the measure of health and strength enjoyed by the institution study its relutive proportions and you may easily determine tho state of its health. THE BURLINGTON TRUST COMPANY. City Hall Square North. To the long list of modern conveniences should be added "Banking by Mail." c 33 r C (T ro ro o u O O KP o o Cannot Handle Ml the C rops, Mrrehnu illwe nnd Fuel, New York, Sept. T. Uradstrcet'.i to morrow will say: Trade and Industry display more snap, sales, shipments and outputs In crease and eolleetlons Improve aa cooler weather f.ets a period to tho vacation season and fall activities be comu more pronounced. Jobbers and wholesalers report busi ness active, buying free nnd shipments lacking facilities. Railroads return the same report as to business offer ing, and there ..aro rn ler more evi dences of hlndcrnnro to operating fa cilities by the heavy movements of crops, merchandise and fuel. Crop reports, though movable are In the main favorable, The essential sound ness of mercantile affairs Is ovldenred by tho August failuro total bolnpr tho lightest In any month for several, years. lluslness failures for the week mini nor izi against IBS last week, 137 In like week of 1 fi05. Ill in 1001, 103 In 1!U3 nnd 157 In l!n)2. AN AERONAUT LOST. Went Up In nn Unsafe .Airship lo Snt lfy n CriiMil. Chicago, Sept. 7. A despntch to the Tri bune from Oconto, Wis., says: DrlftlriR helplessly 11 miles, 2,000 feet abovo the e.mh, In an airship he could not control, William JIatlerny. a Chicago aeronaut, who hnde an ascension from hero last night, disappeared from view. When last seen Mntternv's unmannee- nble craft was hovering uncertainly over (Ireen liny, still buoyant, and drifting out over I-ako Michigan. Matterny made the accnt agnlnst his Judgment, knowing that the machinery had been broken and spliced. Hut tho crowd, eager to see n man risk his life, declnrofl that the story of a broken pro peller shaft was told as a ruse to avoid making the ascension. Therefore Mat terny went up Just to "make good." W5NOOSKI SAVINGS BANK From eareful managmcot ban not mot with los3 from any loan made dur ing the last twenty years. Deposits mado during first five day of month draw Interer.t from Unit day or that month, Deposits mado after flfth day of month draw Interest from urat day of next month. Interest credited depositors January lrt and July 1st, compounding torat annually. Tho bank pays all tnxcB In this atcto on deposits of two thousand dollar! or less. VERMOJfT LDNS SOMCITKn. Due Depositors June 30, 1906 ' $1,259,779.40 Surplus u 96.419.39 orr'icnnst ! B. H. Weston. President: J. B. Small, let Vlco-Presldont: S. Blgwood. 2nd Vlco-I'resldunt: Ormond Cole, Treas- $l,35e,198.79 TniTSTRKSi urer. R H. WMton, J. n. Small, Samuel Blgwood. E. C. .Mower, Ormond Cole, O. P. llay, C. H. 3htptnan. R. .1. Whlto. JSSE7BBX M. ELECTION IN GEORGIA. IL. Alexander Chosen Iteprrsrntntlve nt Kod of 17lli Ilutlot. Georgia, Sept. 7. After voting threo days and almost three nights the voters of this town elected M. II. Alexander, n republican, town representnatlve on the 17th ballot which was closed nt two o'clock this morning. Mr. Alexan der had as opponents B. II. Wood, re publican, and James A. Ryan, demo crnt. The vote on the Inst ballot was Alexander 139, Wood 100, Ryan 26, scattering 2. re Why don't I have any monfey ? Ilecnune you don't nve It mid ileposlt It In the Home Savings Sank. BURLINGTON. VT. C. S. I SHAM, President- X, K. nilOWW, Treasure II A HOSE i . - i SHOT WITH SWEETHEART. MADAME CP AND ALL DEAD. Knrly Iglslature having first served his town representative u is.-,o. He also was 1 1 lie Legislatures of 1S70 and 1S7G. A VAI.I'AIILK FAH.M SOI.U. It. Albans, Sopt. G.-Tho largest truns- of farm property In this county In lent years was consummated yesterday len Homer Brooks of St. Albans towns light the II. Whrek-r fnnu In Swan. 'he farm which romprl-es 370 acres of best fanning lands In the .Statu. In itios tho property forniernlly owned by Bin A. Bodnrd and is located on th front near Manuam, Tho price n.ii,i Is tlfi.too and Includes all the tnuls and ichlnery and ono hundred head of Ick Mr, Brooks has taken possession juiire. CW NOIt.MAL .SCHOOL COMMISSION- Kit. ft Albans, .Sept. Governor Bell to. appointed Jtobert If. Ford of this normnl school commissioner to mie. d Fred I'lorco of Chester, who re- inea. free, on application to .1, Qulnlan, District I'.issengrr Agent, Bonaventure Station, Montreal, 21J.d&wlm. ATTACKED BY A LION. Trainer tilting Inhibitions nt i'r Had .Narrow lONenpe. Walertown, N, V.. Sept. 0 C'npt. Itlch ard Bass, a lion trainer, had a narrow escape from being trfrn to pieces at the Jefferson county fair grounds late this afternoon, Boss wns In the cage making thiee linns perform In the presence nf a crowd of severnl bundled person when one of the beasts leaped upon him from bel)lnd nnd burled Its teeth In bin back. The trainer mnnnged to keep his feet and beat the nnlmnl off escaping with a painful laceration nnd a few scratches, lie was taken to 'a hospital, Tired .Mothers. It's hard wonc to toko care of children and to ( -,0k sweet,, wash, sew and mend besides! Tired mothers .should tiko Mood's far snparlllu '.. refreshes ilio blood, Im proves thn appetite, i.Miires tultfiil sleep, and helps In many ways. FOR YOUR POULTRY HOUSE bucub, ouiDunuuiga, etc., no rooflnc is 0 economical as the oriclnul l1edRopo Roofing I'lisseil Away a Home of Her Son rrlda.v Morning, Mri. Harriet M O.ind.'ill. ui.intv nf ih. would not admit anything nt first but late Dr. llliam Crnndnll. died at her homo ....- umvcu n., many tevolvers he hud 81 i;imwood avenue at two o'clock Friday In his room he replied that he had live morning, Mrs. ( 'rniulnll wns born In Frank- men niinuneii stealing the good lln, Aptll .1, iffii, a daughter of Kllshu nnd Officer Hamel went to the house and re- .Thankful ( Bnrnard) Marvin, was married to turned with i Jackkulves. which van- in Dr. cr.nnd.iii i, rtnvsviiin i, im n,i i.. pine mini tt) cenis in six i evolvers, for the past 41 years resided In this city, which were loaded, three full boxes of )Mr. Cramlall Is sunlved by an only Liiriniiges wiiieii were loose in the drawer child, Frank H a civil engineer nf this or tne mucin, Tho other youth was then uroiigiit hefore the State's attorney and iio aiimilteil the net but said he would not have had any part In tho stealing If the 1'lelil boy had not made him. by tell- ing him that lie would shoot him if lie Hid not enter the store with him. Fields is a Doy in his twentieth year and Bark nursi is nnout Hi years of age. Both are oi soon parentnge. Fields has bem employed at the Hughs livery stable and on Monday mornlnir when asked why he was out so late dur ing the night lie told the women of the bouse that one of the'men at the stable nan got drunk and drove every one out. They will be given a hearing In the B.irre city court this evening. N'F.W UCKNSK COMM I.SSlONfOBS. Holland, Sept. r..-Assltnnt County Judges Rodney M, Lewis of Wells and Oeorge n. Wheaton of Blttsfoid have appointed Walter H. Kinsman a well known Itutland marble man, n member of the board of license commissioners In this city to succeed Judge Fred M. But ler, resigned. Mr. Butler was unable to attend to the duties of the commission because of his extensive law practice. J. N. GILLETT FOR GOVERNOR. iveponset (von't forget the name.) m It will give you better service and last longer than any other low priced roofing made. For 20 years its sales havo steadily Increased f nd it u moro popular today than ever. Don't confuse is wun encop tor papers. You can apply It easily Dlcte root kit freo with com- .iftfli in1! Bnmrjlfs and hook Bull, a Economy" free. Address HAGAR BROS. iir!liiictoi4 vi. .Vooilnnlcil on Klrsl llnllot Itrpulill enim of Cnllfornln, Santa Cruz, 'Cal., Sept, fi, Congress man Jnmes N, aillntt of F.ureka to dny was nominated for governor by the republican convention on tho first ballot, enslly defeating tlovernor Geo C. I'ardee. H. C, floss wns nomlnnted for tho unexpired torm of assistant Justlco and Judge F. W. Henslmw nnd Judge Wm. O. Lnrlgnn wero nomlnnted for assistant Justices of the suprome court. . ,i- I'luuui in i,iiiiiieii ny me con vention highly commends the work of tho last Congress, especially the enact ment of the railroad rate bill and the efforts made to punish trust organiza tions which have evoded their obliga tions. President Booseviilfs encourage ment and support of Congress nre ac knowledged. Sincere thanks nre given to nil who aid ed San Francisco In her time of peed nnd the convention asks removal of the tariff for three years on all building mntertnl liiUnded for the reconstruction of the city. A direct primary' law providing for thn nomlnatlri oT publlo officers bv tho ne.,. it favoikiL. city, with whom she resided, Mrs. Crandall's Illness was short, death coming ns the result of an at tack of acute Indigestion. TO PROTECT SUGAR MAKERS. le of the Word ''.Maple1' Prohibited In llolilgau or .Adulterated Products. Lansing. Mich., Sept. 6. In his latest bulletin State Dairy and Food Com missioner Blnl says Hint the so-called maple syrups hnndled In Michigan aro less than one per cent of them the puro products of the maple tree. In this connection Commissioner Bird bus made a ruling which prohlbts tlio usu of the word "maple" anywhere In the label, the picture of a sugar camp, or the picture of a maple leaf, unless tho product Is thoroughly pure. This Is expected to protect the public from tho purchase of adulterated inaplu syrups. FATAL CROSSING ACCIDENT. Three Men Killed null n Score More In jured. Philadelphia, Sept. ".Three men wero killed nnd a score of others Injured In a grade crossing accident to-night nt 30th street and P.issyunk avenue. A trolley car containing nbout 50 men returning from work at the Atlantic oil refinery w is struck by a trnln of empty tank tars on thn Pennsylvania railroad. Owen Swee ney, Julius Bewnr and an unknown mm lost their lives. Voting Man Assnsslnntrd on the Street by IT n known Man. New York, Sept. 7. Joseph Grnsso, IS years old, died In a hospital to day of bullet wounds indicted while walking with his sweetheart and un other girl on nn Kast Side street last night. Grnsso was halted by throe men, one of whom deliberately shot him down. Beforo he died he told the police that lie did not recognize his assailant or tho men with him. The police theory Is that tho assasslnn Hon wns the act of n rejected suitor. Margaret Canovnle, ono of the young women, wns detained bv the police because her account of th shooting appeared to bo contradictory. Only n little cold ln the head mav be the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh. Drive out the In vader with ICly's Cream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up air passages. Price 50c. If you prefer to use an atomizer, ask for Liquid Cream Balm. It has all the good qualities of the remedy In solid form and will rid you of catarrh or hay fever. No co caine to breed a dreadful habit. No mercury fo dry out th secretion. Price 75c., with spraying tube. All druggists or mailed by Kly Bros., 58 Warren Street, New York, CURTIS &SEDERQUIST Bankers and Brokers Members N. Y. Cons- M Exdiame Investors Interested In rail road or Industrial Mocks should read our booklets, "How to Test Bnllroad nnd Industrial Values." Mailel Fres Upon Application. 19 Congress St. Boiton 53 Braalwa Now York POINTED PARAGRAPHS. A luxury becomes a necessity after you pet used to It. A spruce young man Isn't evergreen. And no mere man knows what It Is to be a woman. The average woman would rather bo married than happy. Easy street's sunny side isn't paved with good Intentions. Some men get rich because of their ability to sepnrafe fools and their coin. Don't get the Idea Into your cranium that women have a monopoly of curiosity, It is unfortunnte that all men are liars but It Is fortunate that all women know It. Many a man's ability to put on a good front Is due to his wife's ability a a wssherwomnn. Tho cost nf n thing doesn't worry tho man whoso consclenco will permit lilm to beg, borrow, or .steal. It's nn easy matter to size up a man If his dog rrnwls under the house overy time ho sees lilm approaching. When a man tells you how you ought to run your business Just tnko n look ut tho way ho Is running his his own, It sometimes comes to pass that a man and his wlfo refuse to apply for a divorce because they actually love each other. A man who has been married threo times says It Is almost as easy to please a wo man during courtship as It Is difficult to pleaso liar after marriage, Chicago News, An Exciting Half Mile Contest .between Three Horses on Sheldon Track. ABREAST ENTIRE DISTANCE (tneen Alexnmlrn Cot the Ilent ln n llnlr liaising finish Won Next Two Ilcnti, and llnee Dictator Toole the 2iS0 Hnee Suc cessful Fnlr Closed. Sheldon Junction, Sept. 7. Tho great Franklin county fair finished Us 41st annual meeting to-day with tho most successful record ln Its history. The exhibits and races wero tho greatest and best In recent years, and the bis crowds wero will pleased. The fea turo of to-day's racing was the first heat In tho 2:24 class, when Queen Alexandra, Alcander 2nd nnd Marlon W. went a beautiful heat, racing three abreast for tho entire Inst half and making a hair raising flnlHh, Queen Alexnndrn Just pushing her nose un der tho wire ahead. In what appear ed to "many to be a dead heat. Tho summary: 2:30 CliASS, PURSE J150. Dictator, S. Kehoe 1 1 1 Sadie M O. J. Merrill 2 8 2 William Hill. J. M. HIU 8 2 3, Alcanpace, A. J. Prarlo 4 dr. Time, 2:25. 2:274, 2:25, 2:24 CLASS, PURSE $160. Queen Alexandra, W. B. Phelps..! 1 1 Alcander 2nd, A. J. Prnrle 2 2 Z Ashgrove, II. J. Ishnm 4 3 2 Marlon W.. Whlteomb Bros S 4 4 Time, 2:22V, 2:21. 2:23. FRF.E-FOR-AUU PCRSE $250, Howard National 'Bank "Burlington, Vt. Capital $300,000 Strplos an J Fronts 150,000 .1. n. GATES, President, I". E. I1DHGKSS, VlccPresldeat. II. T. nUTTETt, Caahlcr. n. S. WEED, Assistant Cashier. CLUBBING LIST. The Pree Prcu and Other Periodical Low Itatea to Omm Addrcaa. 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