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THE PA RI IjNGTON KllEE PRESS : THURSDAY JSO VEMBEli 22, 11)0(3. SKIP COURT REOGANIZATION Houso Was not Ready to Tiiko Up the Measure at the Appointed Time Thursday. STATE FAIR BILL REYIYED Wns Amended nnil Ordered In n Third Rending Substitute Otitic Cuni lillsslniier lllll l'rohllihlliir .Slnte from Dealing lit Coiidcniu d Cntllc Auditor. Montpeller, Nov. 15. The House was not ready this afternoon to tako up tlio substitute bill relating to supremo und county courts nnd tlio Judges tliercof, when It -was reached n:t a special order nnd tlio bill was ordered to llo mid bo Dyspepsiajof Women Caused by Female Disorders nnd Cured by Lydla E. Plnkhnm's Vogctablo Compound A prent many women suffer with n form of iiulifjestion or dyspepsia which docs not Mje.mtoylehl to ordinary trent mout. While tho symptoms scorn to bo i similar to those, of ordinary Indltres- given a detnll number. Referring to tho , tlon, yot the. medicines iiulvcr.snlly pre bUcccedliig pages under tlio head of each SOrlbud do not scum to restore tho pa of Mich detail numbers la given tho full tlcnt's normal condition. pnrucuinis 01 mo ucms covcrcu uy oacu payment. Under these detail number?, the payments uro divided Into a sufficient auditor, It will bo seen thnt nil accounts that are Fettled through his olilco can bo vitpt' timrittv frneotl. In tho first part of that report Is given I a statement of tho revenue and a list or all tho orders drawn by tho auditor ny serial number. Next In order aro Riven stntenitri'.s "A" and "11" covorliiK tho exocutlvo and Judicial departments, show ing In detnll the expenses of each of tho years of tho biennial term. In connec tion with each item of the.o expenses ! number of classes to show In detail the way In which tho payment covered was divided. This followed In tho report by tho summary, showing the net runt of' each term of county court In the counties of tho State, giving full detail In record- lug tlio receipts and expenditures. Your committee bolleves that this re port shows a very satisfactory method of transacting tho work of tho auditor's ofllce, nnd that the auditor Is to be high ly commended for tho (Improvement which ho has made In tho methods used. Your commit tco believes, however, tliutj the State should use the. very best methods that can be devised In transact- I lug Its business. Wo therefore rccom-1 mend ns proposed in the bill submitted that tho governor Miall appoint a citn-l mission of two persona with the auditor with full power to investlgato model til methods of bookkeeping and accounting and to determine upon such system us - - " , -soon oe Ruuuim- lji 1.1- i.un oi i npcl wliieli, vlulc it causes ti disturb- made a kpoclal order for luesday af-,amlitor of nceounts and Install such sys-. unco ..,in,lr to ordinary indlp-cstion. ternooii, Aoemuer jo, at j.ou, t.,, na may i,0 determined upon, if In c;mm,t, no relieved without a medicine Mr. Evarts of Windsor Is hnppy this tl, j,on r Pch commission any which not oulv nets as u stomach lonio, evening. After considerable discussion change (, thought desirable. If such a lmtlm., n peculiar tonic effect on the le tills afternoon tlio House reconsidered Comm,s!on la appointed we believe H ; male orprnnKm. its vote taken four weeks ago refus-1PMilr In lner.ied economy end of-! As nmof of this thoorv we call at- I , I. I .... I 1. I .1 1 I I .. I ! mi . , ..1.1 tt. .. . ' . . . ink ;i iiuiu luuuuiff in iiiu Kin "Hi ncicncy. inis commission cuum pic.-timo tent lorj to the case of .Mrs, Aingfrio 1 Ms. M. PYrigh t J Mrn, I'lnlihani claims thut Ihrre 13 a hind of dyspepsia thnt is caused hy a dcranfremuiit of t!ie iVmttlu orfjanicn, Inle it causes ti disturb duced by Mr. Kvarts provldltifr for tho t'ppolntment, of a Stato fair commis sion. After the voto was reconsidered Mr. Evarts ottered threo amendments which aro outlined in tho oitlelal re port nnd tho bill was ordored to a third rendliifr. Tho yea nnd nny vote on reconsidering- tlio bill was 122 to 71. The House without opposition passed this afternoon the bill providing for an impropriation o J24.000 for tho support rf a soldiers' homo at Ecnnlnrcton for tho biennial term, and also tho bill tippropriatlnf; ?3,000 to pay for In struction in elementary agriculture in tho public schools. Tho latter bill was In Jeopardy for a few minutes, but Hoveral of its friends, Including Mr. Cady of Mlddlobury, Mr. Cliaffoo of Knosbursh, Mr. IJniley of Ilssex, Mr. Nichols of Richmond, Mr. Hatch of Strafford, Mr. Hayden of Jericho, Mr. Griffith of I'oultney and Mr. Dole of Coventry rallied to Its support, nnd It was finally passed with but few dis senting votes. It wns learned to-day that Mr. Burn liam of Woodbury, who was unseated ten days nso becauso ho held tho ofllce of postmaster at South Woodbury, died Wednesday evening alter a brief Ill ness with pneumonia. Mr. I'lerco of Jlardwick offered a resolution of con dolence which also provided for the iippointment of a committee of threo from the Houso to attend tho funeral and for an adjournment of the House nnuorm metnous Mr an i"p.u i uienii -i Wriilit, Urooklyn, r , v., who wns tho Stato government and the auditor i comuletelv cured bv IVvdla E. l'lnlc- linm s Vcfrelalilel ompountl aftere.very- should bo Riven authority to nudlt and If required, report quarterly on tho tic counts of all Institutions boards or per sons who are recelvinu or expending the moneys of the Stite. W. J. Van Patten, chairman on the P'irt of tho Senate, ami Senator Charles S. Cliaso of Windham, John A. Mend, chairman on tho part of tho House, J. It. Kirkp.-.trlck of Newport, and It. S. Urynlalo of Itcnnington, mem bers of the House. A NKW 1111,1,. ny unanlmouo consent Senator Dniley of Windsor Introduced a bill rcculatlm: deposits In savlnss banks organized on tho mutual plan. Under the provisions of this bill such mutual banks are pro hibited from accepting commercial ac count subject to check when there Is any other bank In the town In which such mutual bank is located. ' The House killed the bill originating m that body pfoIdlng for the appoint ment of nslstant State's attorneys, an other which provided for the appointment of rpcclnl prosecutor', alo tho House bill authorizing the sheriffs of counties to fiirnNh, at the expense of the State, daily newspapers for tho Judges of sn prceno and county courts. The committee on appropriations report ed favorably this morning on the bill which provided for tho participation of Vermont in the Jamestown exposition next summer, nnd appropriating JlO.Oyi for thnt purpoe. This bill was ordered to lie and Is made a special order for November 2i at eleven bury and Mr. Holmes of Sutton. Tho special committee from the Sen- llll.b, ns a mark of respect. The chair ap pointed as such committee Mr. I'lerco . jlIcsdny momln of irarawlcK, Mr. t'arr o st. .(onus- o'clock -ilmna cf f-'lllfntl ! HOITSH KILT.ni) KAM.OT CLRUK nto on the bill to create n. cattle com missioner nnd to define his powers nnd duties reported this afternoon through Senator Stafford a substitute bill which wns ordered to llo and b printed T'nder the provisions of this bill tho Stato la strictly barred from dealing In condemned cattle, no matter what disposition Is to be made of tho m6at. IlEPORT ON AUDITOR'S BOOKS. A bill wns introduced in the Senate tills mirning from the, speclnl Joint committee appointed early in tho ses sion to Investigate tlio methods of bookkeeping In uso In tho otiice of the auditor of accounts. Among oilier things tlio bill provides for tlio ap pointment of a deputy auditor, a chief accountant and other clerical assist ants, Accompanying this bill was tlio following report from the committee: Tho joint committee of tho Senate and Houso of Rcprcssptativo3 nppolnted to Investigate the methods of accounting used In cmco of auditor of accounts would report that they havo performed tho duties required of thorn nnd herewith submit a bill tho passage of which is rcco mended: to oomjectlon with this, tho committer would say thnt they havo Investigated the me'lmds used for a number of years In the otllce of auditor of accounts and they find fiat great Improvements have lieeu made In recent years under tho ad ministration of tho prosont auditor aril that of his predecessor. Iy leftr nco to tho last report of the thltitr else had failed. She writer. " For two years I suffered with dyspepsia which sr deenei at ed the entire system that I Win unablo to attend to my daily duties. 1 felt wc.ik and ni.rvous. and nothing tlmt J nto tnted good and it consed a dislurbnnco In my stoma. li. I tried dl:l. ri.tiv lyi'i-epsia cures, but nothing seemed to help me. was ad vised to kIvo I,ydia V.. riukhnm's Vepetabk Compound a trial, nr.'l was linppflr surprit.-d to find tliat it aefd lllto a fine tonic, and in a fewdtus 1 bean to enjoy and projx rlyilpct my fod. Mv recovery wns rapid, and in live weeks 1 ivas a well 'woman, f havo rec ommended It to many MipVrins; tvoiiipii." No other niedipinr in the world has received Mich widespread nnd unquali fied endorsement or lias sr.ch a record of cures of female troubles, a.s hns I.ydia E. PiuUham'f. Vepotablo Compound. ties nnd societies from tnxitlTyi J mil-1 deposits In savings bank nnd trust com- clary ipamrs Pcnitivelr cured hj ilicso Xjittlc l'iiis, They alao relievo T'c trcsa front Dyspepsia, IT' dU;ebtloa a.tsd Too Hoarh n-itlns. A perfect edyIorDl27lnes3, Haus-j Drowsiness, iiacl Ta.su in tho Mouth, Coad Tontfiw, Pain In tho Bi'l. 1 TORPID LIVElt. The regulate tfco lloweto. X'urclj' Vegetable. SMALL Tili. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PBICt CARTELS g PILLS, CARTERS SJBilTTlE ilVER m PILLS. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Similo Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. YOUR FAMILY HISTORY SHOULD BE PRINTED Phe HoiVfo refused to pass In concur rence the bill introduced III the Senate by Senator Van Patten relating to the nppolntment of assistant ballot clerks. This bill passed thu Senate without op position but it created a lively breeze In the House this morning. Mr. Sherwln of Chester, Mr. Brown of Powual and Mr. Archibald of Manchester vigorously op posed It. Mr. Plinn of Springfield, ti led to save It by a motion tnnt the hill bo laid on tho table until amendments could be proposed, and another effort was made to mnko It a special order for Friday morning. Both were voted down nnd the bill was killed without a dissenting voice. INNINfi FOu CHRISTIAN SCIRNCK. Christian Science was on trial to-night befoic tho Houso general committeu when the bill introduced by Mr. llailey of Kssox was under consideration. This bill amend" tho net creating a board of medical regis tration f-o as not to Interfere with relig ious beliefs In the tivatmit of diseases, 111 other words the bill Is in the interests of Christian Scientists. C. W. Browiwll of Burlington forcibly opposed tho nieasuto as being against public policy and becauso contagions dis eases ro treated would not bo reported. John N. Harvey of Montiyller In sup porting the bill declared It did not reach nor Include fo-cnlled faith cures but was In the Interests of Christian Scientists only. In caso the bill passes It provides a penally of VJ) if a Christian Scientist does not report a caso of contagious dis easo to tho authorities Representative Dewart of St. Albans favored tlio bill not because ho is n be liever In the cult but becnuso he believes In freedom of, thought nrvl believes In giv ing Christian Scientists an equal chance with the rest of us. Ho acknowledged his son had been cured of blindness by a Christian Scientist after eye specialists had failed to help him. P. S. Smith of tho Montpeller wator works told the commlttio ho was cured of tuberculosis 13 years ago by Christian Science after ho had been ill two years and given up to die. HEARING ON GRANITE P.TLT,. Iater In tho evening thn general com- mltteo gave a further hearing n the bill to prevent fraud In tho tale of granite In which Barrn dealers aro particularly Interested. Tho bill was favored by H. J. M. Jones of Montpellor and J, K. Pierre of Barro nnd opposed, becfiuso It Is class legislation, by Representatives Brown of Pownnl and Ricker of tlioton and by F. B. Thomas of Montpe.Uer, Tho committees on railroads from tho House and Senate will give a public hear ing In tho Senate chamber Monday even ing, Novomber 19, on tho bills Intro duced In the Houso by Mr. Gibson of Urattleboro. Mr. Flinn of Springfield and Mr. Scnter of Montpeller relating to the board of railroad commissioners. 1 THE OFFICIAL RECORD. Insane poor. S. S3 Helatlng to the Inspection of food, drugs, etc. (as amended.) S. SC As to duties of presiding ofllccrs at general elections. S. Ml Relating to filing of certificates, of births, marriages, etc. R. 101 To amend tuts lelating to ev emptlou from taxation (as amended.) S. P.T To provide badges for game war dens. OBDRRKD TO IAV.. Joint resolutln i isolating to sanitary regulation of barber shops. On motion of Senator Taylor oideiid to lie. THIRD READING REFUSED. S. I ft Relating to taxation of deposits In savings institutions. The passago of If. 153, a similar bill, disposed of tho subject. S. 7S Relating to penalty for failuto to pay railroad fares. S. 79 Relating to tho rates of tolls to bo charged for enrrying passengers and property. PASSED IN CONCURRENCE. H. SO Helming to Windham county court house. H. 121 Relating to sealed instruments. H. no Relating to fees under liquor law. H. "11 Relating to local elections (with amendments.) H. i!30 To incorpornto the International Water Co. ORDERED TO LIE. II. 21? Relating to qualifications of voters at annual meetings. On motion of Senator Rowland ordered to lie. H. son Relating to discharge of chattel mortgages. On motion of Senator Taylor ordeied to lie. Report of Joint special committee) to examine methods of keeping auditor's accounts received. 1)I1,I,S IN'TRODi,i.iR) BY COMMITTEE S. 124 To provldo for establishing nnd installing n syHtetu of bookkeep ing In the ofllce of the auditor of no- counts, the iippointment of a deputy auditor, a chief accountant, and other assistants. H. 126 Hy Senator Daley, to regu late deposits In savings banks organ ized on tho mutual plan.. Such banks prohibited from accepting commercial accounts when they aro the only bank in town. Batiks. On motion of Senator SomcrH, ad journed. HIINATi: AFTERNOON. SUBSTITUTE BIEU S. ll'd-illy Senator Vim Patten i from committee on municipal corporations In substitution of S. S5, to authorize, tho city of St, Albans to Issue bunds. Under tlio rules ordered to llu and bo printed. THIRD READING ORDERED, H. KtO-To utiiond charter of tho Ches ter Pavings Bank & Trust company. H. It9 Relating to inarrlago licenses, (with amendment). It, 20 Amending charter of Black Riv er Trust company, . DO Relating to fishing in Silver Dake in town of Franklin. SUBSTITUTE HIED. P. 127 By Senator Stafford; from the special commltti e, in substitution of S. 01, lelating to appointment of and duties of a cittle coiniiiihsli.in.r. Under rule ordered to llo and bo printed. No con demned cattle can bo sold by State. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. S. 60 Relating to return of Inventories. On motion of (Senator Chas of Wind ham adjourned. PROCEEDINGS OP HOUSE- Several MciiMirri Killed i:diieMllnit:il i l'rUIU'Kri for Chlli'rcu Iteild Ing 111 (Sore. HOUSE -MORNING. devotional exercises were conducted by tho cluiplaln. PETITION. From Mr. Cady of Nortliflcld regarding tho organization of a trust company at Northfleld; to committee on banks. K1I.EED. H. 291 Relating to voters in city, town and vlllngo meetings. H. 30.1 To prohibit trapping; and Ilshlng curtain lanus, II. 42) Testing milk, and cream. II. t"C Appolntm.-nt of assistant State's attorneys. 11. -ISS To prnvulo newspapers for su preme nnd county courts. II. SH Appointment of special prosecu tors. BIDES INTRODUCED. H. :! By Mr. I'llrn of Springfield, from the committee on municipal corpo rations. Relating to die district In Poult ney. Oldered to lie nnd bo printed. II. T9I By Mr. Stevens from the com mittee on ways ami means, an act defin ing certain duties of the State treasurer. Ordered to He and I " printed. On the 10th day of each month 'he treasurer to report tp tho auditor the Htate of finances; re ceipts and from whom. THIRD READING ORDERED. H. 2.'3 To appropriate money to pay Judgments of the court of claims. II, OH! To prohibit rebating insuianco premiums. II. D20 Relating to management of creameries. SPECIAL ORDER. In the Name of Sense, that good common sense of which all of us have a share, how can you continue to buy ordinary soda crackers, stale and dusty as they must be, when for 5 you can get SJsieecla Biscuit fresh from the oven, protected from dirt by a package the very beauty of which makes you hungry, NATIONAL B'tCUlT COMPANY H. 1(!S- Art act to chango tho nnjno of tho State Agricultural Experiment Sta tion to the "Vermont Agricultural Ex periment Station." II. 243 An net to amend Sec. Za of the Vermont statutes ns utnended by See. 23 of No. 41 of the nets of 191, relatlnir to Jlccnso to fell it.ai an personal estate (if deceased persons. II. Sko-Aii act to amend sections 2210, 22(7 and 22IS of thn Vermont ftatutes. re lating to tho trustees of tho Methodist Eplbcopal Chinch. ll. ,!0o An net to authorlao tho village of Bennington to refund a portion of Its Indebtedness. II. MS An act to legalize tlio quadren nial nppialsal of the town of Bloomllold fur tho ivnv 1! and tho grand list for tho year of 1900. JOINT RESOLUTION. Joint resolution tendering tho thanks of tho general assembly to tho Barro rail road company und others. PETITION. Hy Mr. Rny of Rockingham, praying for favorable consideration of S. 01, relating to lions. To judiciary committee. JOINT RESOLUTION. Relating to investigation of account.! and expenses of commissions, Fnvorod by Mr. Flinn of Spliiglleld, adopted in con currence. WILLS INTRODUCED. II. u9-ny Mr. Harris of Stowe; to el low towns and titles and Incorporated villages to approprlato tnon"; for the on crv.niri! of Old Homo week. Ordered iu no ana bo ptlntod. Introduced general committeu. by CONCURRENCE. to duties of State F WE MAKE) A SPECIAITY OF GKNB-OLOGICA-,. WORK. FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, lIURUNaTON, VT. Sennte Acts on n I.arne Number of Bills Substitute o Creating Cut tin Cnnimtxmlnnrr, SENATE MORNING. Devotlonat exercises were conducted by the chaplain. The Journal of yesterday's proceedings read and approved. READ THinD TIME AND PASSED. S. 02 To regulate tho duties and pay of directors and trustees of State Institu tion. 8. Co To Incorporate "Flotchcr and Iiurnham Incorporated." S. C6 Relating to tho Essox. county grammar school at Guildhall (as amend ed.) It. 75--To Incorporato tlio Wells River ft Barre Railway company, S. 12 To provide for support of tho PASSED IN H. 2C3 Relating geologist. H. To legalize tho grand list nnd quadrennial appraisal of Cambridge PASSED IN CONCURRENCE. II. 221 To incorporato East Claiertdon Cimotery association H. E2T, Relating to Norwich University. H. 230 To Incorpornto tho Grafton & Saxtons River Railway Co. (as amend ed.) H. 333 To amend charter of tho Shore ham Telephone & Telegraph Co. H. 33( To amend charter of the Brat- tloboro Home for aged and disabled II. ."16 To incorporato tho Maplo lllll Cemetery association. II. 34S Relating to San Jose scalo and gypsy and bronn tall moths. H. SeO To amend charter of tho Capital Savings Bank & Trust Co. of Montpeller, II. 3U7 Legalizing quadrennial appraisal and grand list of Eden. II. 379 To provide for the discharge of persons on probation, H. 412 Relating to fishing in the Batten kill river. THIRD READING ORDERED. II. 13'J To amoml acts relating to quadrennial appraisal of real estate. II. 249 To amend cliaiter of tlio Rut land A: Montpeller Railway Co, II. 270 To authorize Barton Landing to Issue school bonds. H. 374 Legalizing quadrennial appraisal and grand list of Bloomsflold, WA. II. 4e3 Same, town of Wheelock. IT. 4C8 To amend charter of tho Maplo Grove, Cemetery association, THIRD READING REFUSED. i H. 237 Relating to oxemptlons from taxation. HOUSE BILToS REFERRED. ment of gates and signals by railroads. Railroads. it. 415 To provldo for tho enro of private, burial grounds. General. If. 417 To Incorporato the Irasburgh Cemetery association. Corporations. If, 419 To exempt college fraternl- S. 49 To pro!de cdiicatlcrnl prlvllngo gintrnllon for children of school nee In unorganized towns and gores. Third reading ordered with proposals of amendment. II, 201 To provide for participation of tlio State In the Jamestown exiKisltlnn. Mndo special order for next Tuesday morn'tig at eleven o'clock. SPECIAL ORDER, FRIDAY, 10:30 a. :n. SPECIAL ORDER. II. 335 Relutlng to supremo and counlv courts and tho jiidKca thcroor. This bin was on motion of Mr. Alexander of Gior gio, ordered to llo and was made n tpe ilnl order for next Tuesday afternoon ,t 2:30. It. 31 To provide for the appointment or a Stato fnir commission. Mr. Evarts of Witilsor favored, reconsidering vole re fusing tho bill a thlid reading, and pao not. co of amendments ho proposed to offer. . , Mr. Biown of Pownal favored roeor. s'dcrallon as did Vr, Ricker of Grotci. Mr. Sott of Biikerct'cld opposed. Mr. Flinn of Springfield favored. Mr. Cam eron of Proctor opposed as did Mr. Il.un bl'n of Cornwall. Mr. Chedol of Stock bildgo favored reconsideration and mov.'dj l lie previous question. This prevailed und on demand of Mr. Hamblln of Corn wall a yea and nny voto was taken. Tho result of tho roll call was yeas 132, nays 74 and the motion to reconsider was car ried. On motion of Mr. Evarts threo amendments were agreed to to the ef fect that tho members of thu commission shall receive no compensation for their services. That tho expenses of tho fa.r be guaranteed by the commission and that tho State appropriate 5I.0C0 per year for two years under certain considera tions. Tlio 1)111 was then ordered to a third reading. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. II. lift Incorporating Johnson Lodge, No. 32, K. P. H. 131 Legn.lzlng grand list of Sand gate. H. C 11 Legalizing grand list of Suther land. II. 50" Knlarg.iM Cool: cemetery in Ripton. II. f. 19 Relating to stock subscriptions of tho A'ormont Trust company. H. 94 ror the support of Soldiers' Home. H. 423 Providing for Instruction in ele mentary agriculture. Mi Cady nt Mindlebury. Chaffee of Knnvourgh, Harden of Jericho, Bole of Coventry, Hatch of Strafford, Grlfllth cf i'oultney, Bailey of Essmx nr, Nichols of Richmond, all favored tho bill, and It parsed almost unanimously. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. II. 429 Relating to board of medical y.oi only do our stucltMits jfet tlio BEST TO BE OBTAINED liul. hImi iliii benefits of our oil" p1k in SECURING POSITIONS. J. j R g Principal. Burlington. g n u m ja a bi ss m u ps n n .e u s? n m n u n 53 n n mnw ft' .-,. 1 s s. f '&teX'Wt isiioJefteJi' 'for.' w p u .V. D. VI ke, tr f cp.'i i n 1. a V JJ AM 1 In all Its btairfs. Elv's Cream BaImAYrcVR clranr,iPOtliesiin heals the diseased meinbrone. It iiiri'tcutartli ana Orii es away a cold in tlia bead nnl kly, t'rrum Italm U pitced Into the uMrlKspreaJl over tlio mcmljni'je nuil U almorbed. llcllef li Im mediate and ft curu follows. 1 1 Is not drying don not produce biwczIiijj. J nrj-cSi -.n, CO conl at Drup gliti or by mail ; Trial fibe, 10 cenU. Jfl.Y HltOTHliltS, Oil Waircn EUcU, New York II. 401 Exempts electric railroads from taxation, READ T1HP.D TIME AND PASSED. II. 172 Relating to water bonds for Brandon. H. 102 Legalizing Brandon Sower as sociation and exempting same frenn pay ment of corporation tax. II. If-lncorpnratlng village of West Derby. H. 1! Relating to tlJhlng. H. 211 Authorizing W'inooskl to Issue bonds for purchase of riind-making machinery and for building permununt highways. II. SJ7 Incorporating Granite Mutual Insurance Co, II. 310 Relating to Ks-ex County Sav ings Bank ft Trust Co. 1 1. 53t-RelatlMg to village of Rich- ford. H. 30 Relating to protection of beaver and otter. It. 210 Relating to purity of elections. KILLED. S. 35 Relating to the appointment of assistant ballot clerks. Opposed by Mr. Brown of Pownal, Mr. Archibald of Man chester, favored by Mr. aherwln of Ches ter. A motion for the bill to lie ami bo made ii special order Friday morning was lost, anil the House unanimously refused to pass the lilll In concurri-iipe. Mr. Fllnu of Springfield nskedY"at the bill bo tabled until amendments could be proposed but this wns voted down. THIRD READING ORDERED. H, 271 Relating to brokerano In Insur ance. H. 473 To prohibit selling e.iudy con taining Intoxicating liquors, to minors. II. 2ft0 Taxation of corporations. PASSED IN CONCURRENCE. Relating to additional polling II. 43u Relating to fire escapes. 1 1. MS Relating to preservation of cer tain war record". WITH PASSED IN CONCURRENCE PROP. A M END.M F.NTS. S. Relating to laying out ways high- COCKRAN-IDE WEDDING Ceremony nt St. Regis Hotel Thurs day Left for Bridal Tour in Europe. New York, Nov, 1ft. Congressman Bourko C'ockran nnd Miss Annie lile, daughter of Henry Clay Ide. formerly governor-general of the Philippines, were mnrrled to-day by tho Rev. Father Me KInnon, of St. Ignatius Church In the Hotel St. Regis. Miss Marjorlo Ide was maid of honor and former Governor Ide gave tho bride away. Supremo Court Justice Keogh was Mr. Cockran's best man. Mr. nnd Mrs. Coekran left after the bieakfast for a bridal tour In Europe. On their return they will go to the Cochran country seat at Port Washing ton, I,. I. Friends of Coekran said yesterday that lie has settled half a million on his bride. In addition to this Mr. Cock'ran's gift to Miss Tdc on their wedding day was a 2",nco nocklaco of pearls. Tho necklace has been on view ft Tiffany's for seveinl days. The. settlement on the bride, I tls said, neaily all reality of which Mr. Coekran Is owner In his own right In several parts of the city, llo owns an office build, ng off University plaefr. in addition to ills city home, and another house near Central Park east. Ml. Cockran's country lmuso nt Sands Point. L. I., was s.ild not to lie Incluilml In the fr. ttleinent. Friends of the Mail; family, to whit h Mr. Cockran's second wife belonged, declared that ho held this property only ns a life-gift, and that It will revert to the Mock etate at his death. 'I ills was Mr. Cockran's second wife's gift to him when they were mar ried, but It was stipulated thnt he should have only a life interest. lnR- fn- the first wek of N vpr we.e 77 pr cm!, binrir t i. nTi and fuirli;!) cv'nr'O ai ' , for the prit i . k 'h . . a g,i f ".31. '7", m imports .ml a s it " r J espirt is c'linpTPd w t'i "0.1. Failmeu th's wek l '! i'CJ . '1 ' , Til. ted Sl.l' 'lKT'jnst Hi 'i-t vnr nnd In Can-id i compared v .i'i 11 " tr S. 51 incorporating Greenwood Ceme tery nstoclatlon of Whltlngham. JOINT RESOLUTIONS. Prnldlng for printing proceedings of the Vermont Historical society. Adopted on tho part of the Hoivo. THIRD READING ORDERED the assignment of S. 12 To regulate future earnings. S. 43 Relatlns to voters in city, town and vlllase meetings. S. 57 To centralize small schools. S. 70 To provide for Imeallgatiiig water resource's of the State. S. 02 Relating to town records. RESOLUTION. By Mr. Pierce of Ilardwlck on death of Mr. Diiinlr.nn of Woodbury. Adopted by a rising vote. The chair ap point! 1 ns a cernmittee from the Hon- to attend th" funeral. Mr. Pierce nf Ilard wlck, Mr. Ctrr of St. Johnsbury and Mr. Holmes nf Pultun. In accordance with thu resolut'on, as e mark of respect to the deceased, I he House adjounnd. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. Ciov, I'roelor Issues Commission to tils '.'idler iin Triislcc of l"nlcr sliy of Vermont, All nnusiinl Incldenl occiir'ed In the executive chamber Thursday when Gover nor Fletcher D. Proctor commissioned RedticUl Proctor, his father, to be a trustee of the Unlversitv of Vermont far six years, a position to which he was elected by the Joint assembly held Oc'n- ber 1?, last. S. 7 places. BILLS INTRODUCED. II. Vj'r-Flam the eonmltteo on elections, relating to a caucus cheek list. Ordered to lie and be printed. On motion nf Mr. Richer of Groton, the Houso adjoin tied. HOUSE AFTERNOON. BILLS INTRODUCED H. Krc-By Mr. Flinn of Springfield; from tho Judiciary commltte; relating to purolo of ptlsoners. Ordered to llo and bo printed, II. 497 By Mr, Mend of Rutlnnd; from tho committee on banks; relating to In corporation of American Trust company, Ordered to llo and bo printed. , II. K'O-By Mr, 'Bristol of Wnlthani; from tho committee on corporations to Incorpornto tho Dcerlleld River Power company. OrdeiPd to lie nnd be printed, APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR. 11, 153 An act relating to taxation of TRADE STILL EXPANDS Creates Drawback Is I, nek of Trans pcirlnf ion Crc'iii'Ml .ellIty liter Kmmti in ieel. New York, Nov. 10. R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade to-morrow will say: Trade expands under the stimulating influence of colder weather and mercan tile collections improved. Traveling vales, men send In largo orders to lead tig dis tributing points, but movement of mer chandise Is still letnrded by In ldequate tranport.itie.i .neilltles. Seasonable lines of wearing apparel and holiday good at tract most attention, while staple articles of every de.sei Iptlnn are 'n steady de mand. Current biL-lnesa is good and pros pects for the future were never brighter. Labor disputes reach amieal le settlement In moit cases, wngis being advance. ',n numerous transporting mil manufactur ing Industiles. The most striking development of the week was the uiipi'tieedciiie '. ou'put ' pig Iron in connection wit'- In -e 'ii.ppit ami advancing prices, l'id'.c it.ng the greatest net'vlty ever nttcliiel by steel ml'ls. Other Industrial reports were scarcely les ; grntlfylnar. Nor a vestern (lour m'lN produce lens frc.d) thet .it this t'lr.o last year, but sliitemenH of de ceased activity are tjv. Rallv.'.". ca'.n- T.TTT T T)TTTTTn T-YT rsi-i A TimrtlT ti f n I ii '! l.nri-e Amount of Lumber n nil Grain The Cause n MjMtery. Braiilfin, Nov. 15. A i! san s t starti d in the "grist mid" b i , ' g car y I this morning, burning it to t e r j. 1, eauing a loss of sevr'1 1 lais. The fire was 1 - ei, 1 s r jotter midnight by N Vs i-n , Phplps and was then confl-.c 1 th r i used for trying out lard In t , ri I recently vacnt.l by YV. A F"', r I r , there It spread rapidly to t!io floor ai i which contained many thousand feet ,f dry lumber owned by H. M. Glpson. TI was soon in a blaze and then tho i worked Its way to the of!! e of H Gipson. binning It to ur "i c i wnl then sp'-ead the tre to ' r pait of the mill which tint If ' occupied by the Brandon M ' i. pany but had lately been 1 use J v er ft Amadou. The upner f " r three carloads f cor . a i i ' weie a total loss. The gr. ' ' floor in bugs was rop i-d '1 barn at the rear of tic t- ' w i n . and burned to the gr . .. l 'u by 1 fighting by the Dunnco II - c ' the fire was kept from co t i n- w north where H. D. Hrlpg- s ha ress i and several tenement ho'. es w s1 -nted. Tlio grlfet mill wus wi ' I, ii Neahobe Electric compare, ai 1 t n s Ion building and machine.', s e i 'at about $'.o one. insuiat.eo $i" M I Glpson's loss on lumber i' d ..Ml. e ling is about 5i.'". P"i. i'ly c.ve i ; Insurance. Me"-rs. V.,lker ft Air il I estimate their loss to lie nearly $' ) mostly covered by Insurance. , The cause of the lire wPl probably i ' ma'n a mystery as the room where ' Istnrted was u-e.l by Mr. Fuller Mmii y i and had not had a tin a tic t Tho Dunmore Hose conraiy much praise for their hard w rk s - lug lb" ndjoinirs build gs fr n r4 625 DSER KILLED. Commissioner Tboimis I'lnils IS." "lure Were Mint This '.sensim Than Last Stowe, Nov. 10. Slate F -h , ' d C Commlsseini r il. G. Thon.au .am. ., to-day tliat ho had tecc ved ri , its 025 ib-or be ns killed dm g tl i season. This Is 123 more it' '" wer I. last year, twenty nmrc- 1-i t - t -v licenses nnd four of these go a deer, 1 has also received word ih t t u i f v i fisheries nt Washington hi- ass r 1 E50.e00 lake and brook trout eg f r d trlbutlon. PcrfecGy HenKIiy people have pure, rich, wnrm nourishinK blood, gon.i a I .lite and good digistlon H "i a snpailllH gles tliese, and tons 't m lk ' people healthy and keeps t' m s l only Hood's. Sick headache Plll. 25c. is cured bv IUr ' i A LARGE GRANGE MEETING. m YEA IS IN THE MAKING 1 Illslls'd tlie Opportunities of ll Viiuiig dinner (I like is Clccli'il. Rutland, Nqv. 10. The largest meetii"; In the history of Klllliigton Pen u i Grange was held In tins city to-d.t, i' sleighing btlnglng In many farmer.'. The following Rutland county Granges, wuih are part of ponoma, were repic-enteil. Bonioseen Grange, Castlotnn; otter Cretk. Clarendon; I'oultney, Poultney; Center. Hubbardton; RuiUind Valley, Rutland; Tliiminitli Valley, Tlnimnilh; Ira Val ley, Ira. I Tlio principal discussion was as to! whether a young farmer buying a farm on credit hns a fair chance of paying for It from the output of his farm. Theso officers were elected; Master, I N. Benedict, Cnstlcton, overseer, L. R. Burr, North Clarendon, lecturer, II. E. C'olburn, Rutland, sttuvaru, M. L. Thomas Rutland, assistant stewnrd, C. C. Cram ton, Ira, chaplain, Mrs. 11. B. Fanner, Rutlnnd, tieashrer, D. 11. Smith, Castle ton, secretary, E, B. Slade, Center Rut lnnd, gate keeper, Mori is Sherman, Clarendon- -OF- 1 i (toifoffiw$bw wfafMftf f-liov.-s that K. K. Smith, Goo. W. Smith ntul Smith & Son have hi'pt paeo with the ilemiuul for substniitial, wholesome, al ways ready food. Tho use of theso crackers hy countless thousands for al most a century marks tl:eni as staple a product of Now Eng gland ns maple sugar or dairy butter. Have You Ever Tried Them ?