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BURLINGTON. VT., THUKSDAY, NOVKMBEtt 2, li)0. NUMBER 22 PPE1GS IN VERMONT. vi . e . . Ail .til JtwUijao wi ;i i-j . vjiu Parts of thig "oen Moua- Sair q ate. o ?l Wtnnosltl Valley, VliJn:re up North nun mr minim in me l.nite 10 lua I'asMimpslc. Along Oiler Cfccti coil by (tic MiorCN of Whlto ltlver Cuir'rcil by Spc -Tlnl Corrcspor dents. VEIvGENNKS. n-f w Fct.Tnwhii" loos thm the us- ' if pni'iiy offered fur sale n t. i ,r i ' .ii" urns '. pur- .S c nts 1 or pi.tnci; chic!. i lis. 12 to "', f wis 1i l.i !J rent"; Rt"'.(, 13 (' i -s 1 to H .tit!'. linn . 'v ii nun :ii- Annette i- "gMe- (f the Into. Judge John mi i i nvrr i i riy marrio.i i nursuny 'f it . x d'. I oi; nt the lirldeV i t hi i .n j...v .if about 23 of tholi ' ' 'ri. i.' . the Rev. Dr. R. It. " M rfi u rg tho ceremony. The w ' ' ' . m white chiffon taffeta ii 111 i'"- bouquet (if Jsc-quo-.vr. p r innsrnMtlntlons, the u ..-c n i .il tu the home of Dr. M t v. V y ' v -rn. when n suiuici f ' 1 ! ?.i s Lurlnrtt Smith nf i ip r,tfr-r T.- room wli"io the r was i i"f.T uril wns decorated I"" i" ih'iiijui'l ci i sunueii s ' mil i 'nit e'.rvsnnthomunis ami . . . . .-. . . i i 1 1 1 l u .lll-illlllIC. 'ibr rooms at Dr. MoGovorr.V tip supnrr wns served, wpro rmi v.iii y j.)v Piiry.janthpmums. n- .l.-n- in vuiiiiiit ;iriiuii;i'u linn 1 y rtnill- s ?rt in rut nnt niul r iMPfllP tt, l;ii. trkltif n I'lifTnlni. . in iiil- mi in-. ii 1 1 nil oriiu'iirn l'r i-iiiiii urii ni jthi. j. IJ. l'i ' i .II"! lllllll 11.111 .I1TM. ("ltslpy plnypil dtirlnjr tliu rn-ro- nun r v ii in inn wodiiin" li nnrr pirtukiiti of Thp brlilo rci'lvcJ v-prp Ml.ss Hlfp'n Smith, n sl-.tor of irlilp and Air. P.u.-xc'.l both of Iloston, ! A. 1'iriiNworth nnil son, I'rnnlc, Mr ; nil Mrs. Frpilerlcl: lipcltwlth of Ui'n-ry Mr. nwl Mra. Neville left i tl -,r honpym.n vlll hp eppnt. On rttrn tlicy v!'l tal.o rormn nt thp pri limn " I.r ''n. r mnt of nrlfnj, rnnn.. PrM.iv mi.rnlnu- In this pity at 'rt"i if her fKtiT, ?.Irs. f'hnrlo 'hpfs c r n'ln'!' a year, ngpil " yp.irK. fmf t v. is fie ilnuKhtcr of Uip litf P f'onan nf FerrlshiirRli nml If iv I IV "inf. icltitur Tra I'Vinl.o n ni .1 r'ATinnt nf Pnntun Tli.i f.irt. was 1 pM In the Methodist Ohtirah nv nt 0.1.1 n m I'm Tle T C rr otTiclatlnp S. i rlpht nn aPd and prominent r.r r,' ll'm-lil- ilir.i it-lirt hnu l.Ann In h 'filth f'-r Finn time, Is very low his rcranrldaur.htiT. Miss Addle ;h (' rurllnr'un, haa been called S hOT.P iiauunier wan uorn .tionoay niRnt to and Mr". liert Frlsbio nf Wnltham. ss Fl iPHla Vamey rorently clofod n Mieceisfnl tuna of school In dls No. 4, Ffrrrlsburgh, JJarh pupil given a present by tho toarher and reeclved a Imnlc from Herbcit lmi, Elizabeth Field and tho entllo srhool d In w'shps for her return the com trrm Thoi who had no absence ,t for the term wore William ard ' 1 Knowlr;. and I.una Field had the ir of lnvins 'ho mon heudinarlta in pIts, rnDDLEBURY. P. A lllslty lini. Just enmph t-'d t xv 1 irn mm t h . .l.lliinn r..mn.. ..1. I ir. 11 It il.l lir. lulls 1IU It'Ut W1UU, e nro n7 box utilln. It la llRhtPd with rlc llKhts throughout, pontnlns nr toilet room, two flnNhod bpd is for help, and a twelve foot drive. tliroueh the. barn. John W. Porter leased tho Hume and haa moved In- and he will usn it as a training e shipped to tho rirldhton markot day morning throo carloads of or 2o cents. o dncln't for the December torm of son county court has been Issuod, i uiu in i;i(n- mi wiij IIUCKOl. InO wlntr are tho grand Jurorn drawn: bon, Julius Tracy; Ilrldport, Albert Preble; Ilrlstol, Hiram 51. Sumner: wan. .inmes n, n n i qmsDurnn. ie.i A Chnpmun; Hnrrcoclt, David 13, Lincoln, Georffe A. Thnyor; Mid- ry, Charl."n W. Matthews; Monkton, lus C. Rears, New Hnven, Honry IIobcoo; Orwoll, Charles 13. Abell; on, Walter A, White; Ktpton, Daniel Dent; Hhorohum, C, II. Orundy; Iiarrlnerton; WtybrhWc, Marthor . , ......... r,, t-HIIM u. jwnit wlnh' is the list of petit Jurors: unn XlttrrU D T-,- l thornoj Cornwnll, WIUInTn lAVftlley; laburirh, Guy V, Flelrl, Ktlwanl ra: Ooahrn. T. n IVmnm nnn,.iuA .... , Mutin ii ivt ; Ix1ceMor, U. V. OJIvftr; Lincoln, wo Barnard, Elmor J3. Parent; Mid ' " r bl)r dl, I j. W Cutis, ChnrlPi H, Pholpn; on, John O. SpauldlnK! Hlpton, ICS L. C'OOll '.'liKs , V, Xkomau; Shorclniin, Howard II. lHirgc, Arch J, Cook; Sl.irkshoro, Udmoiid Jlantcu; VerKninca, C. i:, Stobbltin, J, F. Hartley ; Wnltham, AlatiBon Wrlnht; Wvybrldce, Albert W. Sturtov.int; WhltltiR, Herbert U. Holme.H. Tho annual report of tho Joint com mittee of the graded school wan dl.s Itibulpd to the taxpnycr.s Monday after noon, It Is the be.U written report over Issued by the nuthorltlpM of this school and the historical article Is especially Well written and valuablu. The whole number of pupl'n during the year was) irl of whom V wero In tho IiIkIi school, R" In the ninth Bradc, 2.1 In the eli.'hth Krade, 32 In the seventh grade, 42 in the sixth grade, 42 In the fifth grnde, 39 In the fourth Brmle, SO 111 tho third Krade, 40 In the second (jrado and SO In tho lirot frr.idf. The Fnrmlnird.ile chceso factory hnu clo'Pil business fur tho season after u r.uc issful inn of exactly neven months. Durlns that tlnin th" factory ot out about Ifi.) tons of eluese, nil of which found ready market", as has always been the erne under tho mannKoment of Frank M. Itowe. The f'ockho'ders of the new cannhiK Industty met In the basemi nt of the town bull Tiipcday evenlrc and olectcl .1. H. Itfl'olpli, .lobn A. .1 mien and J. II. Stewart. dlreeiiir.. The dire tors then met and elected Mr. littttolph, president; Mr. Jnmes vlcp-ptcsldent; and .Mr. Stewart, n'Prctnry and treasure!. The eoinjiany will l e known ns, the Mlddlebury rruscrv Intr coinrnuy. BRISTOL. The funernl of CharleH K. HanehPtt Wf'a held from the residence o Mrs. Julia AVhltm-y on Wist stieet Filday afternoon. The Rpv. C N. ThmntiN con ducted p short service nt the house. The MnKnnlc burial Fervlc- was conduct, d at the cemetery by I'nst Mn-Hor W. W. Wilson. W. A I.m wrenee acted as marshal. The beareis were i:. It. Pal mer, V. i:. Hanks, C. W. Norton and F. H. I.ltch. There was u lurRo nttend nnee ii ii il n lieaiMlful display of (lowers, tho (,-lft:i of friend. Mis. Marrletto Cianilall Morrison died nt the residence of David I'ollnnsbi.f. in Smith Starks boro futurdny moruliif,', ajred TK. The funeral was held Mond.iy nfternnon at two o'eloi k f'mii Ihe home of her brother, o. C. Crandall, on Mnple street. Mih. Morrison was twlee mnrrled, her first liiisbaiul ludnir John Daniels and the second ni'e Piiffe Morrison. Sho leaves two brothers, O. C. Cranilnll of thin town, and Horace Crandal) of llrattleliuro. Mrs. jr. t.. Munslll has returned to Mnlone, N. V., after a few days.' vldt hero with relatives. At the ehise of the services Sunday morning nt the li.iptlst Church the Rev. Kilns P. Pei-y tendered his resignation ns pnrtor to take effect Jiinuaiv 1. It was a surprise to some, while others know It was In contemplation. The Hev. anil Mrs, Perry have made a host of friends in tho fillet; years nml mole that they have bien here. Mr. Pel ry will jj from hero to P.lch lord. Tho topic tor the Christian Kmleavtir liieetinR: at the Ilapti.st Church next Sunday ever.lr,: will be "CouraRe nr Cowardice, Which'.'' A consecration meei I'lK; li. tiler. Miss Cel'a Hill. At tiio Meth odist Chinch, the lipworth League tuple will bo "Temptations anil How to Meet Them," loader, W. F. Cha.c. M. I. Tay lor, who is now stopping with ais son, Samuel In South lirlstol, has told hN farm on M linger street In New Haven, mid w'll r.'i so.m to Pittsfnrd to live with lil ro'i, Herbert Tin- villain water 'em !) now i oiniileted. The water was tuned Into the reseivolr the 17th and up to date there Is no sUn of a leak. The .system has over U patrons, which w.ll be doubled in the spline, only the surplus water was ued a, mi the i eiei voir Tho mission study "lass of the Hiiptist Chuieli met with Miss Annie Fn,-r Weliv day ovenlnc H. S. Smith, whu h,:d one aim and hand badly burr.'d n werk ngi, is irarn.vlns s-luwly. IPs aim i.s v. ry painful and rjro. .ho revival nv etliiKS at the Advent . hurch ale well attended, find convlderablo Interest Is lie nx m. mi ff steil In riiliKloiw matters.-There uill l.o a business ineetlni; of the Ituptlst Clmrch this cvenlni;. The members ot tho 1 lap tint Christian Hndeavor society will meet with Mis. !.;t Pates next Friday bvoii lt'K for their monthly bualiiess nieetlnit. The funeral of Mi. Murile'te Morrison wua held from the rvsldonee of her broth er, O, C Crandall, on Mnilo stiwt Mon day afternoon. Tho Rev. S. P. P-rry olll cluted, Tito bearers weie. F. I. Ward, h. H. Patterson, J, W. Hnsklns, N. F. Dun nheo. Tho Interment was In Greenwood cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lawrence will Murt soon for an extended western tilp. They will visit Uufrnln, N. v.. chl piiko and Topeka, Kolni, from there to iho Paeltlc coast. They expi ct lo l,c ab.-ent about three months, A. II. Weill!, teacher In the grammar loom went to his homo In Middlesex Wednesday nli;ht to spoi'l Thankujlvltij:, Miss Faio of the lutcrmedlnte room will Epelid ThanksnlvliiB at her home in New Havi n. Mm. I.'tnma Cenley Ji- spend Int' ThankstflvlnK with her pni-eris, Mr. and M'u. Darwin Johnson In Ldecstcr. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Varney are vlsltlni; Prof, and Mrs. A. V. Viirin in llen- nlii(Tlon. Miss Hernle Connors of Yer jrpnn's Is vlnltltiK her sl-'ter, Mni Hattto i -onnort. ino remains or .mis. j una Post who broupht here ficn N"w Vorl: Wedr.cday for burial In fireenwood cemetery. Slio wa a sisfr of Stlllmaii White of tills t( wn. The Rev. Sll'di P. Perry will deliver the fifth of bin "Piiictlenl Talks on Soul Winning Themes" at Hie liaptlst Church next Siiiulny uvcnliiB. The sub Jeet will bo "inn Frredom of flraee." The P,ev. 1. P. Ki'IIorb of Monkton Horo wan In town Mondav to attend the fum nil of Mrs. Marrh tte Morrison. Tho Rev. and Mrs. O. K. Cady and two ohlldreii of Central Jlililtre, N. V nru npendlnn; Tlinnksjrlvlii!; with Mrs. Ciidy'H pTi-eu'i;, Hr. and Mr.". D. D, Menler Fred W. Crnnilnll of Nupon set, Mass., Ih visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, o. C. Crnndall. NEW HAVEK. Mrs, 13, M, Weld started Tuesday noon for Indianapolis, i ml. , where she w:n call ed by tho MckneKs of her mn, Charles, wha If dOii.teroiiRly III with blood poison. Mrs. F. C. Llttlo was In llurllnsrton Saturday. Mr, and Mm, il. c. rioscoe and Mr. and Mrs. A. P, Roacoo and son, Mortlrnor, were gucsits of Mrs, Welling ton of Mlddlobury Thanksiflvlnp. F. K. Howley was In Phelburno Turjday, His father, R. B. Rowley, returned homo with him for his annual visit. Henry Dtm mock returned to hla work In Proctor Sunday nlg-ht. Howard Hallock, who has been carlni? for II. C. Peck tho past weok, ha returned to his homo In Waltham. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Oarmw of VerBennes spent ThnnksglvltiR with Mr. darrnw's parents, Mr nml Mrs, Wlll loin flnrrow. Mr and Mrs, F.llshi Fol lansbcn of Staikshoro visited at F. K. Rowley's over Sunday, MIsh Charlotto MuiihII of Urlstol Is tho Biiest of her mint, Mrs. II. F. Gordon. STARKSBORO. "William IJrown of Hoston. Jlns , Is vlsltlni; his mother. Mtd. Frank Hrowu. Dayton Smith, who recently visited Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, has Kono to Rcllows Falls, where ho has a irosltion with Ui American Kxpross Co. Mrs. Jonii Henn of Lincoln visited her sister, Mrs. J. N. Cutter, last week. Mis. Ucun and Mrs, Cutter visited friends In 9t. (Juoiifo Frldny. Tho C. C. C. will hold tholr next meotlni; at the homo of Mru. Richard Hill .December 1. They will hold their annual Christinas nulo December 4 In tho liaptlst Church parlors. Tho play "Aunt Jerusha's Qnlltlni; Patty" will bp kIvoii, Cast of characters: Hepzl bah Spoonor (deaf), ...r.s. J. N. Cutter; Jeru-hn Dow, Mis. A. L. Whlti ; ll in nah Pil-.e (old maid,) Mrs. J. Carpenter; Johanna II. nes. (widow), Jennie Cham beilnln; Rachel (Jray (Quakeress,) Mrs. F. Hanson; Patience Pen body (old maid,) Mrs. H. Wade; Mis. Simeon Stulvb.s (i;os.s!p),Mr. F, I'erRuson: Drnscllla Thcunpklns, (livturer), W. Madqe Ladoo; Charity Cooper (old maid.) Little Hill; Mrs. Deacon Slmpklns, Juliet Hill; Mrs. Aaron Pride, Mrs. Powol Tutro; Phoebe Miranda Pride, Katy lllll; John Dow, Jeromo Cutter; Deacon Slmpklns, H. K, Oldy: Sfiulro Pride, Frank Hanson; Preacher LovoJoy, Cleorse Tlnunprin. After the play refreshments will be served Thu mission study class will meet December 7 at the parson'tfje. Miss Ciodrle!i of Itielr nitid was the i;nest of Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Wynian the la.n ot the week. .Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Carpeii tar. Mr. ntid Mr Willinin l'rljri;s and Mrs. W. N. Paldwln visited Representa tive Daldwln in Montpeller last week. Mls little Hill wan hi lirlstol the 2ilth nnd 27th. taklnn; thn ti'aeher'.s ixamlnatlons. N. IC. Cllftord of liurlliiRton visited his brothor. O. H. Clifford, lnt week. Mls (Iraep llanson returnisl Sunday from a visit with relatives In Lincoln. W. N. llnldwln Is home for the Th.inksglvluK vacation. LINCOLN. Herman Crane, who had a shock Tuesday afternoon, died Saturday nh;ht without leK-aliiluj; consciousness. Ho was about ."2 years old. Melissa Hodcre Chase, ai;ed 07 years, died Saturday. The funeral wan held In Hlpton, Mon day. Mrs. Chaso lived In the extreme south part of tho town and Is survived by one son. Arthur Chase, a brother, Sylvester IIodK", nnd a sister, Mrs. Charles Laprei. of lirlstol. Mrs. Lois Clark has not ben ok well tho past week. The llve-yenr-old sou of Mr. and Mis. John Davis Is erltleally 111 with peritonitis, caused by belmr Injured by fulling. Rev. J. P. Thurston preached an excellent temperaneo sermon Sun day morning at the close of which he asked for an expression of those pres ent In recrard to the bill before the Leelslatuie, (trnntlnr; licenses to sum mer hotels to soil liiiuor." The larire coii(rref;ntlon voted apralnst the passage of the bill. Tills notion was taken by roijucst of tue W. C, T. I". Repairs have been boyun on the town hall. V. N. Morjran, vho has Ik en vliiltlnj; In New Hampshire and other places, re turned home Saturday. Miss Martha Smith of Urlstol Is visiting- her sister. Mrs. Horace Sargent. Airs. Fred Dra per Is improvinir. She has been sleep ing out of doors for the last two weeks and during the duy with her kuii takes tramps In the woods about their cabin in pursuit of Kame The next meeting of the W. C. T. I". will be held with Mrs. Solomon Hurl Wednesday after noon, December S. David Merrill went to the Mary Fletcher hospital Tuesday for an opera tion for appendicitis. Oliver Swe"t Is sick at the homo of his son, Charles Sweet. Mrs. Fuller Is much improved and a.ble to be about tho house. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roys w in to Ix'banon, N. II., Widnesdny to spend Thnnkslvlni; with relatives. John Sprairue has mned from New Haven Into Wesley Urown's tenant houe and bewail worlt for thn Lincoln Lumber Co. MONKTON RIDGE. About sixty people wore In attendance at tho moinlnK service In the Friend's Church Sunday ami listened to a ser mon on "Facts." The ineotliii;s for tills week are ns follows: Monthly muelltiK Wednesday at 11 a. in.. Thanksgiving service Thursday evenlnfj at seven o'clock led by Jnmes Renfrew, the puHtor, who will take for tho subject of the meetliu; "Prnlso and Humility;" 1'iiday after noon tho young lailleH of tho chinch will meet at tho homo of Mrs. F. A. Miles to mako further plans for Christ mas. Mrs. Carrie Kay, who has been stopping with her sister, Mrs. llurli y Hldwell, for the pant few weeks, his re turned to bur homo In Hristol, Miss Mary MIIos has returned from her trip to F.jfct Farnhiim and Montreal, Camilla. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uomlrow and sun, Pearle. spent Sunday with Mrs, liuo.l row's paionts In HlnetibuTKh. Fi ink Lit tle Is building u piazza mound the front side and end of his house. EAST MIDDLEBURY. Mrs. c. M Iiicworth and daughter, Miss Hel en R sworth, ot Rrlstii) have bum recent guefts at tho home of A. A. anil L. H. Ronrdman lespentlvi ly. Miss Helen llosworth f.ini; two beautiful solos at the Methodist Church hut Sund iy nf ti moon, which were grmtlv apuri "late 1 by tho uudleiico. Iteiijamln Hewelt ol Lynn, Mass., Is the guest of his people here. W. W. Turner Is improving his residence by building an addition to It. Cards have been reei I vert announcing tho approaching marrlngo of Miss Mary Stafford and V. A. Douglas to take place, at WhalloiiHburg, N. V., Dee, il, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Hinman of North Street nrs the happy parents of a daughter born to them Tuesday, November 13. Miss Lena Sumner has leturned from Ijanslngburg, N. V., whom sho tuns been a guest at tho home ot bur biothur, any Rumner. Marlon Hrndley was tondeied a birth dny party tit tho homo of Imr grandmother, Mrs. ICllza Hradloy, on Tuesday of last week. She iiVelved num erous gifts. Solon Sumner has gono to Rlchford, where ho has a position. Mrs. 11. O. Smith Is tho guest or friends in Forestdule, RIPTON. . Mrs. C, P, lloyton, who ha been sick In Tuetter, Mr, and Mrs. I R, Currlan havo closed their houso for the winter and have entcted the employ of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. CJnodro. InnIo Cul ver was In town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Currlan of Mlddlebnrj" wero tho guests of Mr, and Mrs. Irn Dow Sundny. -Climb and Allen Manning nro in Mid llobury for the w liter Samuel King and diugllter Jei-'i . wru In tuna the (Continued on 2nd page,) W. V. Rift FINED $900. Judge Powers Says There Is No Excuse for Violating Present Liquor Law. WARNING TO OFFICERS Told to Present Further Illegal .Sales nt ThN .Store (iriuiil Jury Return ed One True lli'l No Indict ment In 1'ii.vstoii Minuting nml Merlin Poison (".isos. Montpeller, N"v 2S. In county court this morning, W. V. llrynn, uctlvu part ner ill the Waterbury ding firm of Lvans & Uryaii, pleaded Kullty to two offences of illegal Ibmor selling nnd lines of 3450 and costs were Imposed for each offence, making n total of D00 and costs that the respondent paid. The charge of k' 'ping that was pre ferred against him by State's Attorney Denjamln Ciates, Is continued. In passing sentence Judge O. M. Power;; said that there can be no ex cu'e for violations of the present law governing the sale of llnuoi and that anyone violating tiio law comes Into i miMi. vl.li.ii.t MVftiMllfbv Tlw. f.-.iief ! further stall d that It will not tolerat" any attempt on tho part of the respon dent to avoid strict compliance with the lnw, and the State's nttoiney, sher iff mid deputies woro charged by the court to keep sttict wateb that the law is not again violnted at this stoic. W. A. Lord represented the respondent In whose stole Sheriff P. 11. Tracy found a large quantity of liquor two weeks ago. The Jury in the ensi of the ', u. Hills c.ranlte company vs. Charles V. Kent found the defendant guilty ns alleged and rendered u verdict of 37 Vi cents and costs in favor of tho plain tiff. The hearing In the cae of Mrs. Delia t-iscor of liarre, who is under bonds on a writ of habeas corpus, was continued. She was found not guilt;- of larceny by reaso.i of Insanity b' 'he grand Jury several months ago and was sent to the State hospital at Wa tertiary. Two weeks ago lur attorney secure. her ndeasu on a writ, of habens corp ni i ball was fixed and furnished. Five petitions for divi.r"i'i-s were jrrant td by the Kiurt as fobrws: Jennie V. Wele.li fiom Il.rbert P. Welch, adultery; Frtsl D. Royce from Myrtle F. Hoyoe, desertion: Illanche Towusnd from George T Town-end, Intolerable severity, desertion and lefusnl to mipjiort; James W. Donald from C stanco Durald, adul tery; M-iry Dtini.ls from Ceorge Daniels, intoleiatile seeilt. The grand nn-l p-".t Jurors woro ex. cased an 1 pa!. ai. 1 Judge powers nn notincwl that he will reopen Washington county court as s-.. ei as he has complet ed Hie December teini In Culedonla coun ty. Just before the re. ess was. taken State's Attorney Renjamin (?ate. on 1-ehalf of tho lawyers of Was-ilngton county pre sented Assistant Judge j;. w. Ilunilev wltli a gold watch ami fob. On Satnr (Uy Judge Huntlcv completes his term of office. CiRAND JFRV.S RHPOP.T. Mor.tiieller, Nov IS. Tho grand Jury concluded its present sitting this morning by reporting one true bill and two bills nut found. Harrison Corliss of Fayston, who hns been held mi a homicide ihnrgo ar.d Joseph Tncy .,f llerlln, who has been held for an alleged attempt to muroer "''s. sister-in-law were uleated from Jail this afternoon. A capias has been issu'sl tor tho arrest of the Indicted party. I'ntll the arrest Is m ule no olllclal In foimatlon can he ub'alned either regard ing tho nature of the Indictment found or ngalnst whom It was found. Rut it s generally understood that one of the thro cas.s consldi red was that of Corliss, who was accused of simplicity in the deatli of Henry Tracy, who was found dead by tne roadside In l'ayston with a charge of buckshot In his body. It will bo ru niombered that at tho tlmo of his arrest Coiilss adn.ltted tl: it he had shot at an objeet n tho dailt on the spot where Trae's body was found. Tncy. who was ulea..od with Corliss, was chained with attempting tu murder his 5ltr-ln-law In liorlln by administer ing blue vitro! Ill n dose of medicine. Th third matter nf grave charges that was awaiting the action of the grand July was the case of Daniel Royco ot Northlleld. On October 10 Royc0 was ar rested charged ulth rapo on Alice Whitney, an eleven years old girl who lived In the family while, attending school, At tit- preliminary bearing the charge was changed to attempted rape. On this latter charge tho respondent wns held and admitted to ball. Whether these cases or others were covrrod In tho report of the Jury can not bo decided until tho warrant on the Indictment hns been served. GEORGE T. HOWARD RESIGNS Does Nut Cure i Serx- Longer on Hall rend CoinmlsNlori, Montpeller, Nov, !. George T. Howard of Crnftsbury, a member of the State board of railroad commissioners, tins ten dered his resignation to Governor Troctor and It Is expected that It will be ac cepted. It was Intimated sonic, time ago that unless Mr, Hownid resigned his resig nation might ba demanded by thn gover nor, although tho governor has mado no such official statement. The toims of tho mcmbor.s of tho commission nro slv years. H. 8, nintr ham of Uonnlngton, rotlres this year and Is not a candidate for reappointment, Fuller C. Smith of St. Albans, has two years moro to servo, whllu Mr. Howard's torm would not havo expired until 1910. Tt'IIRRCI'LOSIS COMMISSION. Proctor, Nov. 2S - Gov Fletcher D. Proctor hns to-day nppolntcd tho fol lowing members of the Stnto tubercu losis commission fur tho two years en- suing: Dr. W, N. Ilryntit of Ludlow, Dr. II. It. Leo of Wells River, Dr. D. C. lluwley of Burlington. FUNERAL OP MRS. CLEMENT. Large Attendance of Literary and Pat riotic .societies llurlal To-ilny. Rutland, Nov. 2S. Tho funeral of Mrs, Wnllnce W. Clement, former pies lib lit of the Vermont Society of Colon ial Dames, who died Friday, was large ly attended nt her late home here to day by members of the various liter ary and patriotic societies with which sho wns affiliated. Rector Joseph Rey nolds of Trinity Church was tho offi ciating clergyman. Tho Colonial Da in i', Ann Story chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, and sev eral literary socletlis showed their high esteem for the deceased by send ing handsome Moral tributes. A daugh ter of Mrs. Clement, Mrs. Thomas K. Ripley, of Tncomn, Wash., did not ar rive In time for tl'ie funeral and burial wan deferred until to-morrow. HEARINGS AT NEWPORT. eligibility of AlleiiH tt, Hnter United Ntiilfn to lie Di'lerinlneil There, Newport. Nov 2s An Important change In the Immigration service at this port was made to-day when tho local board of Immigration was empow ered to hotel examinations and render decisions lelntivo to aliens. It has been the custom to take the Immigrant to Montreal anil there to have him tes tify as to his eligibility to outer tho I'nlted States. '1 no board of Immigra tion at this port will consist of N. J. MeDermott, W. N. Foster, and .1. L. Parker, and bearings will be given In the federal building. LEWIS LOST ONE POUND. Ills Imprisonment Has Ileneflted Hint In a I'hjslonl AVny. Rutland, Nov. IX David Henry' I.cwl9 of Vergennes bank fame finished his sentence at the House of Correction this morning, clad in now clothes, obtained by his salary of f.2 a week as bookkcopir at the Institution, bo culled on many old friends to say good-bye. During hla lU months confinement Ixnvls ato of the prison fare only once a day. For his two other meals bo had provisions which ho was allowed to buy. Slneio October 1, IfOl, when he was sentenced, the ox-bank rashler has lest only one pound la weight, llo goes ,,ut Into the worm mucn better pnysicially than when i he was arroste-d. COURT IN SF.SSION TO-DAY. Rutland, Nov. 2S. The Rutland County Court will hold a Thanksglvlng day session. This is almost unpre cedented but Is necessary to complete the Jung criminal docket In tho time at hand. The court has boon giving Its attention this week to the trial of James F. Iladley of Sherburne, charged with poisoning cattle. An effort will be niiiilo to get this case to the Jury to-moj row. COL. D. K. ANDROSS DEAD. Wns Wcll-Kuimn ) fiu-cr of War Und Cninc Suddenly, 1 trad ford, Nov. Si.-Cul. Dudley K. Andrews, a prominent soldier and offi cer in the Civil War and a llfe-tlmo lesident of tills place, died at bis home heru this morning shortly after six o'clock, llo was over o years of age but hud been In good health for a man of his age. His wife, went Into the bed room this morning and found that he wn- greatly disturbed. She feared something was wrong and called a physician but tho old soldier was Just breathing his last as the physician ar rived. The funernl ii!l be hold Friday after noon at two o'clock at the Methodist Church, the Rev. J. A. Dixon officiat ing. Colonel Andross was erne of the best known officers of the Civil War in Vermont. He enlMed In lsGl as cap tain of Co. Ii, First Vermont regiment, and alter serving three months In this company returned to Rradford and the following Juno enlisted In the Dili Vermont regiment und was with that regiment at Harper's ferry, when all thu I'nlon men were taken prisoners. He was afterward exchanged with tho other men of the toglment and re turned to service In thu summer of 1W1. It Is rccalUd in connection with Colonel Anflruss nt thu surrender at Harper's Ferry tli.it as the men marched by "Sloiiewnll"" Jackson weeping and lamenting their fate, General Jnckson said, "Don't feel bad, men, (Jed's will must bo done," and Colonel Andross call ed out, "That's very well, General Jack son, but the will of God will bo changed within foity-elglit hours." This fotetold change t'mk place ut the battle of Autletam. When Colonel Andross re tired he was lloutenant-eolonc'l of the 3th regiment. Colonel Andross wns a well knoVu member of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion and a delegation from that organization will attend Ills fu neral. He Is survived by his wife; one sou, Walter Andros, of Rradford; nnd four daughters, .Mrs. Charles Kenyou nnd Mrs. Mansel Martin, of Rradford, und Mrs. Htta Merrill. FOUR BURNED TO DEATH. Fire ItrrnkN Out In Snlvntlon Army ltiillillng Cimtnlncd I'OII Men. St. Louis, Nov. 2.S. Four men wero burned to death, and probably S5 Injured, In a tiro early to-day that practically destroyed the Light Housa hotel, con ducted by tho Salvation Army, on the corner of Ninth and Markot streets. Moro than 2'X) mini were asleep In the building when tho flio was discovered, tho grentor number being on tho second nnd third floors, Alt became panlo stricken nnd before tho dromon arrived and could stretch a not many Jumpqd from tho upper windows and was plok up crushed and unconscious on tho street below. SQUADRON RECALLED. French Worship Were Kot Sent to Morei eo, Toulon, Nov. 28. It became) known this morning that tho squadron of war. ships consisting of the Suffron, stain Louis nnd Charlomango accompanied by tho transport Lanlve which left Toulo'i early this morning; for Tangier was v ailed by searchlight Blgns. PROSPERITY OF THE FARM Annual Report cf Secretary of Agriculture Shows Great Development. VALUE OF $ Farm Product, for (lie Vear Worth 'I'lint Sum Corn by Fnr the Most Valuable Crop Agricultural i:purts llxeeed All rnrmer li'iirs l.im, Mnfnrcpil. Washington. Nov. 23. Tho annual report, of James Wilson secretary of ugrlculture was made public to-day. An Interesting fcitiue is tho great development In agri cultural products and Imporvoments of tartn conditions. FARM Kit PROC.RHSSING. Secietary llson in presenting to the President bis tenth annual reuort tukes occasion to indicate the position of the producer from the soil In the develop ment of the country. He reports him n3 making progress in tho sciences aui arts of agriculture, aided by th researches of the department und of the experiment stations, and states that "tho time of tho man and tint yield of the acre be come mote responsive as moro impera tlvo demands are made upon them." KNFORCFMKNT OF NEW LAWS. Tho laws made by Congii-ss at Ita last session, to be executed by tho department. I have re-quired and leei-ived special at jttntlon. Tho moat law Is lniing enforced, and Inspection Is now made In over l.C houses. Not less than 1,300 experts have been added to the Inspection force. Rules have been prepared for thu execution of the pure-food law. Good has followed the operation of the law for the extermina tion of tho cattb-fever tick In some of tho southern States. In dealing with tho land, Imported pani-ltos have been suc cessfully established. A beginning has been made in the method of determining Ihn grading of grain, and the law provid ing for tiio i.umane treatment of live stock In transit is revolving careful atten tion. FSTIMATHD VAT.V13 OF FAR.M PROD UCTS. The economic i evolution In tho art and science of agrtulturo continued during Iff !, with tieinendous results on the na tional prosperity. Tho value of crops continues to rush forwarel beyond com prehension; crops nro straining tho freight-carrying ability of tho railroads; and the farmer, allvo to tho importuned en the placo that ho occupies In the na tion, offers this yearly account of hlmsoif to tho people. The secretary pivmlse that the figures presented In his review of tho year's full production are ad vance estimates preliminary to those to be mado later by tho department. Kstl niates uro mndo fur compaiisuu with every detail piesented by the eonsus. The farm products of tho year havo a farm value of very near SCMu. (XO.ouO. nearly half a billion above tho value of V.' and exceeding by over two billion dollars tho figures for tha last census. VAJiUn OF LEADING CROPS. Corn remains by far tho most valuab'o jiup, estimated at H,100.o,uC0. Next comes tho cotton crop, which, Including seed, should lj worth to tho growers nearly JC40.W.0W. Wheat, the fourth crop, may be worth J40",C'Vi.0X; oats, f.100,000,00.); potatoes, ;if'.eX),iriO. Parley, with a value SCj,1X.0o0, shows a t,-nln of 21 per cent. In production In the past seven jears. Tne tobnevo crop will be worth about $.".3,100, (vu. A remarkable development Is that cf the sugar beet now the ninth e rop la value. Tho production In Is placed at 345,000 long tons, valued at $3i.OuO,tv0 Feen yearis ago the value of this crop was $7,000,0u0. The value of all klnils of sugar, sirup, und molasses aggrepites $75,000,000. AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS EXCEED ALL FORMER YHAKS. Tho farm still ovorshaduws tho mill, thu factory, and the workshop In provid ing exports, and with his surplus beyond the nation's need the farmer has londeel tho tleets of oceans. For tho tlscnl year ended June 30, 1'jeW, this surplus has been exported to tho valuo of S!i74.0VW tho largest amount ever reached by agrl- nlturul exports for this or any other country nnd exceeding the export valuo .i'" 1IHI1, previously the record year. Among chief oxports cotton maintains a long lead, with a valuo of ?4,CX0',C"l. The packing-house products exported amount ed to u value of l207,OC(ieO. IMPORTS OF FAR'M PRODUCTS. The Imports ot agricultural products consist cnamly of tho sumo articles year after year and reached their highest value in 11W 4K4,oVO,eA These Included packing house products, '.G,000,iXiO; sugar and molasses, SSCt.OOO.OoO; coffee, t73.TOu.fUl; silk, 554,(Xi,0o0; vegetable fibers ffii,000,0'l: wool, J'Ji.OCO.OOa; tolncco, CZOiVi.tiOO; fruits, $21, 0M, ten, $14.(X0,tl. In forest products, Wi shows an Import valuo exceeding fiO.OOO.OiO, against a total valuo of exports of similar jlroducts amounting to J70,0o),000. FAiVOIUHLE RAUVNCE OF TRADE DUE TO FARM PRODUCTS. For 1P06 the nKrlculturnl exports ox eoodod similar Imports by $433, 000, On J, while products of all other Industries secured a balance In our favor ot only S5, 000,000. During tho Inst 1" years tho exports of tho farmer havo ex ceeded tho agricultural Imports by 000,000,000. while all other producors find thumselves nt tho end of tho same period with a total on the debtor sldo amounting to $469,000,000. INCREASE IN FARM CAPITAU If real ostato, domestlo nnlmnls, oth er live stock .Implements, nnd machin ery aro Included, tho farmer's oaultnl has Increased slnco tho census valua tion by probably eight billions of dol lars, tho prcsont valuation bolns: prob ably twenty-eight billions. MEAT SUPPLY. The report contains ssmo Interesting flguets on mm prodm tlun, tile unit of a recent largu and searching Invn ligation by the department In tl u lust census year, Jlniii, ,.i3.;u..iiliu m- it animals were siiiiigblcrud and export ed. "Every tlmo the clock llekn a ond during ten hours of a workdav, the f'enni'r drives nine meat n ilniuls to the butcher." The m"at produetl. n in pounds- nttaliis such numbers tl. t they may be better understood if ri -e!"ced to the average of a private fan lly- n'Mf.rillng to the census. 1 i; j, -sons. To i'iiiIi such ffitnllj In n t e fnrmer supplied 10.14 pounds nf n and then had one-eighth of his it p left mer for the foreigner. It i i u tho fiolllng of this surplus In forel-i countries that the farmer depen.is f' tho maintenance of profitable priee f his meat animals. As a meat prod the Importance of tho hog nppars in these statements, ihe meat of bogs, Including lard, produced In lftOO ex ceeded tho weight of veal find beef bv one-half billion pounds und wns ov-r eight times moro than ...e weigl t lamb and mutton. In n single Sta' , Iowa, the production for 190C w .s efiulvalent lit pounds to nenrlv tl.. e -tiro reports of tho rnpat of swn e a 1000. Meat pontrlbiites eeie-tlirl 'r moro of tho total assimilated nutu ptits of thp national dietary, nnd ut average ir-'at prices find with tun me it consumption of 1. , the minimal ret i men I bill that year eveeeileil t .vo 1 Hon dollars. Every" Incronse of one fourth of a cent per pound In the na tional average retail price ot meat raises the total yeurly expense fj con sumers by $I1,SS3,000. AGRICULTURE 1JECOMES MORE SCI ENTIFIC AS NEED ARISES. Tho mighty pioductlon of tho farn.or for one-third of a century has umo cut of an agriculture luwlng manv fvj'f.,, yet the eours" of agriculture In 1 1.1s -i. i trj , unscientific a3 it may seeini, ... , -. l e-unomlo Justification, rioiff's, , and In debt, have no capital, e :f. !' , y have knowledge. They must navo build ings, machinery, and 11 vo stock oven it the expense of the soil. Moreover, m . lions of acres of fresh land have bee coming Into production fast-r than d. tnestle consumption required. A nvro s i entlllo agriculture would have ro.-! 1 crops in excess of tho demands, but, when conumpt on demands and prlc j sustain, tho farmer w'll respond, for thu doors of knowleelgo and example ao ope- -Ing wider to h.in. No miracle would i .j requlre-d to doublp or even treble t a production of cotton per ne.ro. The coia crop can be Increased by ono-hfilf per acre within ono-fourth of a century a. d yet without reaching the limit, and t ..j Damn may bo said of wheat and ma y other crops. (Jne-fourth of the dairy r-.ws of the country do not pay for their feed, and more than one-half of them pay . profit. The egg production per hen w U be increased by nt least a dozen a yrar within a generation, while some pi.lm men foretell double that Inereusc If tli hens of this year had each laid a un i eggs more than they did, the increase tl value of this production would have p, . slbly aggregated S.".0,("),0ei. The f irn -will not fall the nntlon if the i , . not fall tho farmer. Ho needs e. !u a i to open the powers of tho S"ll now h id i from him. The work of tho depart in t has already had results valued a- hir dreds ot millions of dollars annually a d yet has liarelv crossed tho threshold of t mission of discovery and education. ( o operating to the sarno ends .ire tho ex periment .stations In every State nm' T- litory, agricultural colleges, farmers' stltutes. and many excellent ngnpultur.il publications and books. nitEAT I M PRO VE.MENT TN FARM ER'S CONDITION. Cotton planters are now cut p' th. t former bondage to future rr ilntonar and In the middle West there ha.s be ,1 a conversion of a million agvlo ilturnl tl. i tors, paying high rates of interest. In t financially independent farmers, debt-fr a and offering tholr savings tu the ban.'.s jt as small a rate of Interest as 2 p-r '. Farmeis nre using their now capita', i abolish tiio waste places of tho 1-nnl a- I along many lines of improved product1 -in. Formerly thero was an abundaJico ' farm labor and a scarcity of form ea -till. Now the--o conditions nre re verse ... labor Is scarce and capital abundon'. A new dignity has come to n-'iri' ultu ! along with Its economic strength, a 1 for the abundance tho Creator hns e- -nbled tho farmer to supply, for he s.ta! " Ity of tho national agriculture, for tho comforting prospect of a petert f-it-i i, the p.ioplo aro ready to Join 'n t day ot reverent und Joyous thanksgiving. CENTENARIAN DEAD. Uev. Wllllmn Hoitc M"ns a l'roiiiliirut liaptlst -Worker. Cambridge, Mas--., Nov. 2S-T110 Rev. William Howe, conti'narian and tl.e eld est liaptlst clergyman In the world, died to-day at his home In this city. Dr. Howe was an unique figure nml a preeni u- t and for many years vigorous wroker a the Hnptlst denomination. Althougii retired for many years. Dr. Howu possessed all his faculties and only a few mouths ago on tho occasion of his Wi ! birthday, was able to attend and to de liver a stirring address at a meeting vr liaptlst ministers in Trcmont Term ' . Iloston. Ho was born In Worcester ard graduated from the Newton Theol.-igl 1 Eomltinry. MADE BLUFF AT WORKING. Everything Prepared before lresli!en IIcriiii Inspection of Pniiniiia ( until. Portland, Mo., Nov. 2v In a ! tter t a his father, tho Rev. Dr J. K. Wlls.n. o! this city, Edgar K. Wits, n, a Ma o civil engineer, engaged In tiio onnstp tion of the Panama canal, thus coivme- s on tho special preparation made ot 1 e works In anticipation of President Roos -volt's visit; "Everything was prepared for hi a. Every steam shovel had steam up a 1 a partly loaded train, waiting for 1. s special. Even the shovels which had boon out of commission had rtemn ar 1 helped tho great bluff. "One shovel which has not been work ing slnco my arrival wns shoveling awuy nt a hank nnd throwing dirt to the other side. At Puralso, where a special shovel demonstration wns to be held, a lnrsa pile of loose stones and dirt had boon heaped up and when tho special appeared th) loading began." Tho letter contains nn nbstract of a epeech tho President mado to tho men, and concludes with the sentiment: "Roosevelt Is all right." London, Nov. 2S While performing .a delicate operation nt Cheltenham Inst nift-ht, Dr G, T, FerKUSon, of the Rrlt Ish Mcdlcnl nssoclnllon dropped dead.