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NEW DIRECTORS P. Smith and F. A. Howlantl Added to National Life Pirectors. COMPANY IS PROSPEROUS tins Issued Xpit Insurance of $11.(11::, 23'mI'J since January I Italians to Mulld Church In Kill IiiikI Clilt lonilcii ('on nly Case in Su preme Court Friday. Montpeller, Oct. S The directors ot the S':iMon 1 Life Insurance company hold llielr third quarterly mooting this muni ng at tl r homo office Those present were FU teller D. Proctor of l'roctor Ini ies T Phelps of Iloston, William W Ktlckn v of Ludlow. Coorge II. Olmsted rf C-le eland, O.. Joseph A. Delloer, doors llrlggs, William 1'. nilllngh un, I'nrry M. Cutler anil .lames P,. lCitee of Montpeller. Directors John n. lle r'itlro h of Pennington atul James Ij. Martin cf Hrattieboro wero tinnblo to be present The statement for the nine months cnd'ng September 30 which ,was made ti from the reports of the severnl de partments shows .H2 policies Issued and revive 1 slip e January 1, 1907, Insuring f'l.filL S.17 &. On October 1, 1907, the cotur i.v had Tfl.ll! policies In force In mrlm 'S3 ."tl.HS.:.. The total Incnme 3 irli ' t je past nine months has been 1 ,12vr M ' I, and the total disbursements, r,03.24"i :o. The directors elected Fred A. I lowland of Mnitnellor to fill out the unexpired lerm of Gtorgo D. I.enodlct of Ibirllng- on, decf iseil, and elected Charles I'. Smith of Hurllngton, president of the I'url "gton Pavings bank a dlieotor In place of Col. Fled 12. .Smith of Mnat 5rlier, deer i red. TO BUILD ITALIAN GIIUHCH. for jovornoi' Proctor (ihri Hie Marble IS ill I iS I nic l.oeiileit In Itutlnnd. Itutlanl, Oct. S. Architect A. H. Smith of t hi - eity has eonipleled plans 'or the ti' w Italian chutc.i to be con itructed li. Kutlnnd to bu known as I'hi Church of Our Lady of Sorrows. I he Hev Frank Croclata. the Italian astor has received verbal permission 'rom ISlshop J. S. Mioiiaud to go ahead A tth the work and he expects to bu rnt the construction of the founda-, ion this week. The marble which tvlll be used for this has been Riven jy Gov F I). Proctor. The church A ill bo built of brick with trimmings f Hainan stone and green tllo toof. I'hi main building will bu SS by 3S 'ect in dimensions, built In the form if a cross, with transepts 27 by S 'ect. There will bo a circular sanc uary with the, altar standing alone. I ho strticttiru will seat 400. Only the msemont will be built this fall. The abor will be performed entirely by i et hers of the pnri.ih, many paying he r subscriptions In this way, FAIRHANKS MUItDER TKIAL. Hrattieboro, Oct. S. Windham county ii ut.'y court reconvened al Newfa.ne yes ,i relay alternoem after a week's recess on 1'i-ount of the session of the supreme ;ourt. Judge Seneca Ilarcltun announced that io wotil take up the case of tho State ij-inst W lliam J. Fairbanks of Grafton, October 17 F.tlrbnnks will be charKed vith the murdur of his niece, Mrs. Mary 3rout, of Saxtons Hlver, whom ho shot it Saxtons Hlver May ffi. Fairbanks has loen removed from the State prison at Windsor to the county jail at New-fane Hej will bo represented by Judge Finest A,l.,... r.f 1A.., SUPREME COURT CASES. 3 no I, anionic mill One Cliltlrnilpn Coun ty Chip Argued Tuesday Montpeller, Oct, 8. When "-uprenio court ""convened this morning tin; Lamoille lounty caso of F. K. Douglass, apt., vs. "hailes A. Carr was flwicil by H. W. Sl nonds for the plaintiff. F. G, Fleetwood mel A I' C. Ktlekney for the defendant. This was an action for trespass for ns lault and battery. Mi the lower court the pH nliff was Riven a verdict of $r.5 dam gi s an 1 costs. Chittinden county cases came next on the dn ke-t. Tlie first one argued was Ibat of II H. Snyder vs. P. L. Parmaleo. 11. A lilt gham and U. F. Wolcott a p. ye.-ii'ed for the plaintiff and M. S. Vilas nd ( -uvles & Moulton for the defendant, ''he case was decided in favor of the ' Hff n the loner court. T Ch tt i.den county case. In re Ilar rb t C I it's t'ltc vs. Sayles NlehoW iul C irilin r S. Walnwrlcht. executors. ,i fetitiiii far removal of thu executor, and a petition for a new trial, and tho com panion case, In ro Harriet C Peck'.i estate, vs. the executors of Kdward W. Peck's estate, a petition to have a waiver In Harriet C, Peck's will dismissed, have tiolh been set for hearlns Thursday mornlnK. Washington county cases citmo next, Tho case of Henry C. Wolls vs. Sadie A, Fox which la on tho trlnl cnlenilar, i has been continued list iiErccment; tin- case of Hatllo A. catenpaw vs. jnme.s Kesson has been settled, and the case of Moses Fertel ve. Oeotfto Peck was submitted on briefs, Tho llrst for ar gument wns the fnlae Imprisonment case of Nowoll C. WrlRht vs, A. C. Templeton. Georgo W. Wliifr, F. !1. Dcavltt and J. W. Gordon appeared for the plaintiff, Hcittcr & Sentcr for the defendant. 100 HUNTERS' LICENSES. Coiiiiiilslotipr Tliniun llnx Hpcelveil !jrno Foci Tlir llper .Senum, Stowe, Oct. S.tt slinuld he borno in mind by all sportsmen that the open season for deer does tint Iticludo the last days of th month lis hns been the. case here before. The season Is from the Zlst to the 2eii.h inclusive, leavliiK the lat five, days closed. The commissioner Is not responsible for the law, but must enforce It as It Is. Uecm for non-resident deer hunters must obtained from the commissioner, and not fiom the town clerks as the bird licenses aie. About 100 iiein-resldonts' bird llcene have been Isnted, a few of them Includlno; deer licenses also. Some confusion exists In leenrd to the time for tho open season, but the law ex pressly states that deer having horns not less than three Inches In length may be hunted and taken annually during the last week In October containing six working days. Sundays excepted. Any per son violating this or any provision of the llrst live sections of the law shall be lined $iJ for each offene. SIOHKS PAH DON' FOH WHITE. Hlchtord, Oct. s.W. W. White Is circulating a petition, u'hlch will bo sent to Gov. Fletcher D. Proctor, ask ing for the pardon of his son, Almon White, who Is solving a sentence In the House of Correction at nutlnnl for the Illegal selling of Intoxicating !,iimrs. .loveial citizens have written Goxorniir Proctor, asking t.iat a thor ough investigation of the ftu'U be had before action Is taken. Almon "White hns served about lf months of a sen tence of over 10 years, the offense be ing In coniii ctlon with tho fnmous wood alcohol" cases of 1005. HOWARD ROONEV HAD1A" Hl'IiT. Hast Fairfield, Oct. S. Howard Rooney, the 17-ye:ir-eiil son of Joseph Rooney, was seriously Injured while threshing In tho barn on the I. N. Chase farm Saturday, falling through a hay chute a distance of 30 feet and suffering Injuries which may prove fatal. Dr A. D. Fatten is attend ing him. Chittenden County Trust Company IWKMNGTOIV, VKHMON'I'. The efforts of this Banking In stitution have been rewarded with unexampled success. l'relTt , J. BOOTH, Vlra-Preitdent join J. FI.VTC. K. Treasurer n. wouTniajr. At, TTtnanrcr IIAItltlR V. UA1.I. 15, J, BOOTH, B. JOHN .. n.YNW, W. A. O. nttMI'TllW, J. iJintccToitsi p. woonnunv, B. HeKIl.l.ir, PATRICK, A. COOKI5, r. c.icniiAitivr, n. mac(mhiri. '!Jlvfwr1TO!iwwffllullll ELOPED VITH MAYOR'S GIRL Voiiiig llnelielor Will H"ifpp I'lnp Ini IHimpiI by Her Knllier In Hps Mnlnp, lies Moines, lown, Oct. 7. Mayor ltennott of Fort Dodge, .'ho recently gained fame by Issuing a ukase that all bachelors in the city must wed within a year or pay a fine, was taken at his word yesterday by Noland Snow, n chnurfeur, who eloped with the mayor's daughter, Mabel. The elopers were wed In Fort Dndgo and fled to Dos Moines. Mayor tlenneit Is a great believer in marriages and so he sent an ordi nance through the council placing -i line upon the head of all bachelors .it the end of n y.nr. Young Snow Is Just In time to avoid the mayor's line, but not tho mayor's win Hi THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION (Continue from 7th Pngp.) EX-CONG. WILLIAMS DEAD. lliul IIppii ii CiiiiHplcuoiis lliisliiesM nud Political Figure In .'orllioni Xpu York. Plattshurgh, N. Y.. Oct. !. nx-Congress-man Andrew Williams died to-day aged 7'J years. For half a century ho had been a conspicuous llgure In northern Now Yotk engaging actively In business and in poll'lcs. He was elected to Congress as a republican In 1W and reelected in bW. With Smith M. Weed he formerly controlled the iynn Mountain Iron mines. He made nearly a million dollars In the Iron business In tho seventies, but lost his fortune. STONE FOR HISTORIC GRAVE I, nit HeMIng I'liiee f Moses llnlilusoa, Coternor, .linlge and .senator of Hnrly Vermont, To ll" Jtnrkptl. Her.r.lng'T.. r,."t. S. A movement has been Inaugurated and u portion of tlie fund lias already been sub scribed to re-mark the grave of Mosei Robinson, the second governor of Vermont, In the old cemetery at llen lllngton Center. There, Is a headstone over the grave at the present time but tho memorial wns evidently from limestone ijtmrrlod near the face of tho lodge and during the, lapse of years the stone has disintegrate 1 so that the epitaph Is wholly gone and a glass Is required to decipher tlie In scription. The original stone was ornamented with an elaborate holder of Greek pattern and numerous scrolls and designs. So far as possible theso will be reproduced, on the now head stone. Governor Robinson, who was a sou of Capt. Samuel Robinson, an officer In the old French and Indian War, was one of the most prominent Ilgures In tho enrly history ot the State. He was the llrst chief Ju.-tlce of the su preme court, governor, lTW-ffl, one of the llrst Fnlted States ".enators from Veimont, a nil a cloe friend of Jef ferson and Madison. Moreover, he was considered the richest man In the New Hampshire Grants previous to the Revolution and was looked upon as a man of unusual influence. lie died in 1M1 at the age of 72. being one of the victims of an epidemic of typhus fever which swept the country at that t:tui His dismissal of the tarlif 'as an Is-uio hnvlliK nei plnce In a campaign for State offices occasioned little ap plause, but when ho eatno to deal with the' tliesllO!i of city hall reform and refe "-eel to the work which tho Doston 11 nh nee eomtul-lein has been doing In the way of uncovering corruption and "arousing the sloping Hon of public opitilc.1," the enthusiasm of the dele gates knew no bound". Ho argued Ibat the conditions of Mos lem's finances Ins become so notorious as to demand Stale attention and evoked cheer after cheer when he declared with dramatic emphaslsls that the people of Massachusetts call not allow their capital city to bo robbed at homo and discredited abroad. Ho clmractot Ized Old Home Week and "the triple alliteration" as worthy of the Intellect of a "barker" at a country fair. THE PLATFORM RECOMMENDATIONS. The platform recommends for adoption bv the next national republican cotnen- tlnn a resolution onlllng for a special sos .ion of Concre-s in lfl to determine upon amendment t" Hie present tnrltf law. It Indnrsi's President Roosevelt and Gover nor Guild, onire.1. nds the attitud" of the cut ' governor and tl i 'rnllm id commission In sitr- regard to the li .ston & Albany, and de clnres that the p-oposod railroad merger. if brnupht abeut at all, tdwuUl conic only under the most stringent safeguards that tho Lecrislatuie cm adopt. STRAIT VS. FIDELITY CO. Cnse Occupied Mont of Mondny tn County Court, Tho greater part of the day in Chit tenden county court Monday was tnken up with tho case of United Htntes for uses and benefit of J, O. Strait Son vs, F. K. Fidelity and Guaranty company. The plaintiff' evlilencc was completed before tho Jury In the afternoon. At 4:30 o'clock n recess In this case was tnken until Tuesday morning. The defendant gave notice that a motion would be made for a verdict for the defendant. Horace I,. Johonnott and W. It. Reeves, ngalnst whom Informations have been filed for violation of the llepior law, Monday furnished Kail In tho sum of $i00 each for later appear ance. The dlvorco petitions of Ruby t.:i- Porto vs, Herbert S. Ia Porto and Hnr rlc.t IJ. Tubbs vs. Theodore I. Tubbs weto beard Monday afternoon, The following citizens wero nntur allzed! Dr. P G. Godfrey of Murllng- ton, a native of Cnnndn; HonJamlti Stinchan of Hurllngton, a native of Scotland; Dr. F. X. Thlbault of Wi- nooskl, a native of Canada, nnd John Hurnett of Richmond, a native of I England. The ease of W. H. vs. Wilbur Field, apt., court Monday, Burlington bavmss Bank INCORPORATED 1847' Rati July 1, 1907. 25,357 Depositors. Total Assets $11,493,701.81. RANGE OF THE NIGHTINGALE. Sec- VERMONT SANATORIUM Y III l!e OnriH'il In Decpinlicr 1101110:11 "'iipcrlntPnil'i't and Mill run Condi Hons for Hip I'atleitls. Pittsfor.l. Oi t 7-F. c. Partridge, Rod- ilold Prctor .li , D. I). Ilurilltt. C. S, Cavcrly, M 1'., 1 din Mi rrlll, the executive committee. 1m, Issued the following i statement I y Hi. rtisti es of the Vermont .sanatoi Iti'ii. In i only to tin Mirlous Inquiries which arc being reoi.d with respect to the sanatorium for ti treatment of Incipient Pittsford, Vt the y announce t tho building will be mber until hat the ready to jecelvi PAROID ROOFING hns licon upoil diirint,' the past V2 vrars on railroad buildings, mills and factories, creninorics, farm imildiners, poultpy lionsos, hotels, mercantile blocks, dwellinfr bouses mid in fact most every kind of building. I'aroid roofinpr is a felt, made Ini'Kely from wool, compressed be tween lwavy cylinders and satu rated with a secret compound, then coated with an elastic coat- lllfT. it is smoother and more pliablo than other roofings, and wo want everyone interested to have a free sample. It is no longer an untried article. You enn use. it, feeling confident that you have secured real economy and have gotten your money's worth: Hasfar Bros., General Distributers of Paroid Roofing, Unrilvrnre nnd Paints, BURLINGTON - - VERMONT. Countries In AVilleli It Nests and Cons Which It AMllds. (From the Outlook.) The Idea of the nightingale being a melancholy bird might have originat ed In the classical myth tho not-wa. If wo may borrow the literal transla tion of the Russian word for legenl. For Philomela, the nightingale of the Greeks, was once a human rr.aMen who had known the depths of sorrow. And to them the bird wns still lament ing the woes of the girl, whoso tongue had been cruelly cut out. The errntlc distribution of the night ingale Is a curious and Interesting problem in bird life. No either blvd In the Hritih Isles Is so remarkably restricted in Its range, The "delect able Duchy" does not attract It; It docs not visit tlie Emerald Isle; tho "laud of brow heath and shaggy wood" has no charms for It; only una spot In gallant little Wales, the neigh borhood of Cowhridge, Is honored with Its visits. And In England only on the enst side of the Hue drawn from the mou'Ji of the Tecs to the coast ot Dorset does it find its fastidious tnsto suited. And in France It avoids the west ern part; rocky Hrltaln knows It not. Unny years ago Sir John Sinclair en deavored to Induce the nightingale to extend Its summer range to "Cale donia stern and wild." His nttemi t was founded on tho well-known fait that migratory birds return to the spot where they were roared. Ordet s were given to a London dealer for as manv nightingales' eggs as he could produce at tlie rate of one shil ling each. Those were dispatched to Stctland nnd placed In robins'- nests where they never returned to Scot land after their autumn migration. In Europe the nightingale rocs as far north as Copenhagen. The reason for this curiously restricted range It not known. Hut without wishing to propound any theory, we may note a eurlnus coincidence between the geo logical structure of the country and tho distribution of the bird, for tho lino mentioned as mat king the range of the nightingale separates the older from the younger rock systems. Wcit of this line, where the nightingale Is not found, are the carboniferous and still older rocks, east of It, where the nlghtltignlo occur, are the trlnsslc and still younger reieks and the little atca In Wales honored by the night ingale's presence Is an Island of younger rocks among AVales's more ancient strntn. For some reason the nightingale would appear to prefer younger rocks. Attempts have been made from time to tlm since the dnys 'f Aristophanes to exptess tho nightingale's solig In syllables, to impose ' on Its thrilling music "the harsh captivity of words." Hut, as Professor Newton says, song Is Indescribable. DANGnitnrs liii.tni; chosmm;. (From the Northfield News.) Twenty-two dangerous grade rillroad crossings have thus far been ordered abolished by the state railroad commiss ion since the new lav,- relating thcrot-i went Into effect. It seems to tho News that towns should take an active Inter est in encouraging the abolition of t'leso -crossings as rapmiy as posiuie. i no ex pense to tne town in oiiou c ise is com paratively small, while the advantage of the removal of a dangerous point in highway is in the nature e,f a lasting Im provement. Abolish the grade crossings as rapidly as possible. The wiping out of every such danger trap Is a good luvcrt- mnnt for the state, thr town and the railroad. tuheiculoscls. at trustees respect fit' It Is expected t. completed In N" sanatorium will patients seme t.i December. Dr. Henry D. Waltbam, Mhsf., In thu mouth of indwick, rormetly of has been appointed nieillc.il sttperliitT..loHt of tlie sanatorium Dr. Chadwhk has lad nearly three years' experience in tubeic land, Mn... and Si and convs highly general pructlthniei imltnonarv tuberculos Mi.-s Ida E. Dodd nugh training and under Di. Tritdenu i . isis work at Rut .'iac Lake, N. V. mtiietidcd by both r.il specialists on who has had thor Monslvo expeile.i :id Dr. H.tllwm i, who Is strobsly leeo'.iiuendod b posit has been both fn a'ir.oint in tl, sanatorium to 32 pit! 'tit.', f ! tint treitmont of lhat Is '!. ir. the WIIEHi: TIIF. MOTOIl IIOHN I NKV F.lt IIHAItn. Ill the northeastern corner of Franco, In the Pas-de-Calals department, there I Is a stretch of country which possesses practically no roads. This region, lying between St. Omer nnd the Helglnn fron tier, Is traversed In every direction by canals, which serve as a moans ot com munication between the different centers of population. The people use skirts, not unlike Venetian gondolas, and In these they glide silently to field nnd market. The village cure makes his rounels of visits by water, the very horsps have to be tnken by boat to and from the Molds In which they work, and It Is no uncom mon ocrunence for n frlskr animal to kick out, over-balance the frail craft, and precipitate Its occupants Into the water. It Is a region of perpetual peace, a conntrv of eternal calm, whore the nole of wheeled traffic Is unknown, where the motor born Is never heard, i-ivi the I.nndnn Graphic. A frequent sight In these narrow waterwavs is a funeral procession. The coffin Is placed on a couple of chairs and is covered with cloth. The neatest relatives of the de ceased sit lieiunn tne cotnn, menus mi low In other boats, anil the priest recites bis prayers while the little cortege makes Its way slowly to the burial place. this particular oil matron. Tbe capacity of r beginning is limited The sanatorium is Ine-plent eases only early stages, in jii-t .-o tn Jh puipo for which the satiate.!- uni wns . sfibllsh" advanced cases cannm he roc -fed and t1" length of time which my ot," pitlent b permitted to rem., n will be limited The sanatorium is - it to bo :( free insti t ut ion. Senator Proctor Is paying for tl entire cmt of its destruction "" dm nlote equipment, whi-'i will bo abiut JKift 0"0. In addition he hi- ghen th s.inato rlum an endowment fuid of SKil.n"'J. b'it it will be impos-tlble tut Ion freim the incic It Is estimated interest charge up" of the sanatorium the ovpensc of th tn '-uoport t to insti ii." .f this fntol. tli.. t. without any ii toe original cos .uid its equipment maintenance and This bank hns nlwnys paid the hiirhret, rate of interest allowed by law, which at the present time is PER CENT, per annum. All taxes in the State are. pni.1 by the bank on deposits of $2,000 less. Deposits can be made or withdrawn by mail. Money loaned on loa1 security it. lowest rates. or oFFicnttsi CITAHI.T'.S V. SMITH, President.' HHMIV (Slir.l'.NH. Vlcp-Presldf nt. !'. W. AVAIII), Treasurer. S. ISIIA.M. Asst. Trpnstirer. Ituckley &. Co, wns entered lit THE BURLINGTON TRUST C BOY HORSE THIEF. t-Ycur-Old Xitpolpfiu llpniisplller caiigiii nt :'.i:io a. 111. Napoleon lieauseilier, II ye-ars e,f age, was placed In Jill Mntitnvf or horse tenting. I'l Arizona the boy would have been probably hung to n tree for the deed or frightened by u threatening mob, but Napoleon, on the contrary, appears rtlculiirly happy and smiles as If ho bad been recently reading about "Dia mond Dick' or "Rattle Snake Pete" of Rocky Mountain fame. Charles Hrunelle, who Is employed at the Van Ness House, rented a team on hunilay evening at John Hlack's livery and then drove to the hotel, where ho left the rig standing bv Ilie curbing. I'ben he n turned the team was missing and the police department was notllled. ,t about :S:0 o'clock Monday morn ing young He.uiselller was found with tho rls at Shelburnc. Ho wns cutting circles about tlie railroad sumo,, there and the horse had tiamplctl a good pirt of the Mower lied'. Tile boy deies not deny the theft nnd says Unit h knew he was doing wrong. He Is thought to bo lemented. 1 1:. TIlUSTEBSi O. P. SMITH, WIl.f.APH MM" nr.Niiv itr:nF .1. 1.. ""'"Tiiw, HUXIIY AVHI.I.S, F. W. tl'" X . WIUTTRMOIU:, l' V Pt ttlt . Capita! Surplus S 50,000 243,000 All business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention. F. W. ELLIOTT, Treasurer. ft BANK SOUGHT WATERS OF LAKE Voting Mini's Attempt to Commit Sui cide Frustrated Monday Mi;li(. A young mar. named lilssetto, who re sides at the corner of Maple and South Ohamplnin streets, attempted to commit suicide Monday nii;'it by drowning. He was running madly down Evman's dock, waving bis hands and crying that he was about to Jump Into tlie depths of hamplaln, when he was discovered by Officers Miles and Curtis. The young man was padded somewhat and promis ed to return home. Rlssette is said to have married last Saturday In Plattsbui gh n Miss Sc.irbo, who became tired of her new spouse and left him. It Is stated that she left Monday anil tin- RIsette was not even able to tell about it correctly ne- canse of bis grief. W3NOOSKI. VT. Has not met with a loss from any loan made during tha last thirty years. Is that not safe and conservative man agement ? Call at the bank or write for particulars Assets. SI 405.373.60 ORMAN P. RAY, Pres. ORMOND COLt, Trsss. EXAMINATION FOR CADETS. son. Proctor to (.lip V.splraiits In uol AoiiiIpiii.v ii Test -Voveiul.er I nt Itiitliiml. Sena tor P,roctor will hold a compel I! ive examination November 1, at 'I o'clock a. m., at the United States court bou.-e In Rutland, of appbeants for appoint ment to tue I'nltod States Naval Aca demy at Annapolis. Candid ites must be bona fide icsi.leuts of the St He, hotm-en If, and ;o yiars of age at the time of admission to the aeiebimy Juno Is nest, not less than live feet two Inches high, physically sound, and well qualified in grammar school subjects, including algebra (through quadratic criintlnn,) plane gnemetry aid world's history. Tlie principal and alternates selected at th's examination are to take the acad emy's entrance examination In June ne.t. Those Intending tn take the examina tion shoul 1 notify Senator Proctor at Proctor, A't., as eirly as possible. Humane '. A. par- the PLUTOCRATIC I.HV1TY, Tho stockholders of tho X., Y. nnd 7, Railway were nliout to hold their annual meeting, "Well." said the secretary, "shall we proceed to cut tho melon?" "I suppose wo might as well," answered tho president, "flut first wo will pull turnip." Saying which, bo looked at his watch to see If it was time to open thu incut- llUj. Clllcauo Trlbuna. PF.ItSOX.W.. Miss Amv Angell Collier, daughter of tlie late Dr, Peter Collier, was married to Gilbert Holland Montague at the church of the (Cplphany nt four o'clock yesterday afternoon. The officiating clergymen worn the Rev. Hugh nirkliead, ren-tor ot St. Oeorge's Church, and the Rev. Arthur Ketehum, curate of tho Church of the Kplnhnny? The mild of honor was Miss Amey O, Aldtlch. of New Yoik. The best mnn was Joseph O. Proc tor, Jr,, of lioston, n Harvard classinato of tho bridegroom. The brldo was given away by her uncle, Dr. James II. Angell, president eif the University of Michigan, formerly minister to China and Turkey, A reception followed nt tho homo of Chester II. Aldrloh. in the oihsnn bttidlo, No. H: Kast SJril street. Now York Tribune. l.fCl, OPTION. (I'rom the Hrattieboro Plwcnlx.) The Ilaptlst State convention, under flio lead of C. J. Ferguson, superintend ent of the Anti-Saloon league, by reso lution disapproved of the local option law, declaring It to be wholly Ineffectual to accomplish the abolition of the liquor traffic, or to control It, and calling upon tho lawmakers for an opportunity for a popular voto for a repeal of the present law and the adoption of prohibition, There nro none so blind ns those who will the care of path nts will probably amount to as much as $12 , or wool; Following the 'praitice In other Ilk Institutions, ouch p'ltient will bo r qylred to pay snliiei aing towatds till expense. Tills price per week for pa tlents to pay has u,,t yeq been lli bv tin- trustcis but i ill . probably be about seven dollars This weekly cliaig. to patients will cover board, room, tiodlcal attendance, laundry and ptactlciliv all expense. Patients able to moot the larger expense of private Institutions or of regular resorts will not be received at Plttiford as this ,. toriutn Is In tended to belli thus.. -1R) (.nunit nf. ford a larger oxponv,. Patients desiring to bo admitted to the sanatorium should apply by lot tor addressed to the Vermont Sana torium, Pittsford, Virntont, nnd as soon ns arrang'Tiu nts are perfected I therefor they will l. advised what furtner steps to take In order that ! their application enn be considered. The trustees doslio to recelvo pa tients In fair propoitioti from n,0 dif ferent parts of tho State. If with .1 view to all existing conditions it I possible tn consider an application, tllo apllcant will be Instructed where and when to appear for a preliminary ex amination, llefore idmlttancii appli cants must be examined and approved at this preliminary examination and afterwards examined and approved by the medical board of the sanatorium- U will be useless for patients to come to pittsford hoping nud expect ing to be received on personal appli cation, as no nppllcaiit can bo received ojicept In the regular way and after the 'regular examinations, Physicians and others Interested are earnestly re quested not to let patients I'liinn to Pittsford unless dlroi tod by the sana torium to report there, as It would bo a useless Jotlinoy. RUT NOT TO WORK KOR, "Do you like peaches," asked the kind he.uted fanner. ".Sometimes," replied tho tramp, cau tiously. "Only sometimes, oh?" "Yep, I like 'em lino when they're al ready picked." '""""deiluHn. Prn. HUMANE SOCIETY. Olllcers Hleeted nt thp Anntinl Mpptlng Mondny Kvonlng. The annual meeting ot the society was held In tho Y. M, C lors Monday night, when business for the coming year was discussed and the mat ter of ttie appointment ot a now humane officer for tho city taken up. Since the i oignntlim of Officer John Fuller some time ago, this office hns been vacant and altho tph there am several applicants foi tlie oflleo nothing definite has been decided upon. This matter will be taken up by the officers 'of the xielety In a d..v or two and the appointments m.ide. At Monday's meeting the same of ficers wore reelected for the coming ear, as follows; Ptesldent, Prof. J. :. rinod- rleh: vice-presidents, lls Cora Tarhox and Mrs. (.. J. Smith; treasurer, Sayles N'icliols: seorotaiy. .Mrs, M. 1.. Iteneili.-t ; counsellors, 11. H. lleoninn, . A. Harbor and Mr. Iicrt Waterman; auditor, Prof. O. II Perkins. T1 tl 3 savings BURLINGTON, VERMONT, ank We make no discrimination whatever between lar-ro small depositors; all niv (rente. exactly alike. B C. S. ISIIA.1I. President. V. K. IHtOW.V, Trcnsurrr. APPLES AT $4. ItrmNtrt'ot Shh Tliul Is lny( Prlff In Northern llio Ir-tai1-Vf r until t IT oipora ANNA DAY IN "WHl'N KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FI,OWF,R." The piesentatlon of "When Knight hood Wns In Flower" by Miss Anna Day and lotnpany lllled The Strong thcatio twice Saturdiiv. Miss Day has been here before In the same role, that of Mary Tudor, and many In her audience knew what to expect a smooth Impersonation of an ever chnnglng character. In highest good humor. In llts of nasty temper, In hatred or In love she played her part in n manner that left llttlo to be do sired, As Charles Ilranilon, Miss Day's opposite. William Clifford was per haps a little undersized, However, ho attacked his. linos with commendable. jseiil and If ho did not quite como up to one's Idea of the character It was not bis fault. Philip White as King Hen rv the lllghtli portrayed well tho Hug ltsb rovnltv of the Hlth century, and Kllzabotli Van Sell was good ns hady Jann Itollnbroke. The others parts were of Indifferent excellence, prol jlvinir this Impression becnuso of contrast. Tho scenery was appro ml;, in to the tlmo and the costumes gmid to look upon. A SUITABU3 COSTl'MF., . What kind ot Inco trimming did that lady elocutionist have on her dross at the entertainment; I mean the one that ustcd 'Selections fiom Celtic Wit?'" "f irness it was Irish uolnt." Haltlmoru American. Reports to Hradstreet's for the week from slate district Indicate good de. mnnd for slate and whore labor troub les do not interfere with working, quarries are omplovcd to capacltv. Demafld for inannfae tured stock Is pai tlcul.irly good. Marble and granite manufacturers: report plants operated full time and to capacity. Lumber dealers are behind In illllng orders and report demand for stock holds 'ip well. From apple growing sections in northern part of State reports shaw fairly good vleld b it apples are some under size. Prices have boon received J7.00 pot- barrel but this was 'or specially fancy article. The prevailing price Is around $t.00 although some of the growers are Inclined to hold for advance as generally thrrtughont State, crop Is light. Farmers are re ceiving good prices for produce. Manufacturing Interests In nearly all lines nro employed full time: whole sale, flrms are having good demand but scarcity of money is noted with slow collections. Dealers In maple sugar apparatus at Hurllngton note largo Increase In orders thus far received over corresponding pcriou nisi Manufacturing Industries are all em ployed to capacity. Rutland leporls labor well employed and fall trade among retail merchants opening up well, outlook very promising ultlioitga ollcctlons are slow. St. Albans noted brisk trade In clothing and dry goods lines. Yield In crops goef!t nnd al though cold weather has prevailed with rain, no serious set back Is noted Cold, wet weather at St. Johnsbury has Interfered during past week wllh larger retail trade. litilldlnrr opera tions commenced during early part of year arc fast reaching state of com pletion. The now granite firm at Montpeller expects to he ready for blisim ss In three weeks. Labor is well work Is reported already booked to keep plants bttsv remainder of jear liarre reports amount of building al ready done this year has exceeded tint of last year, and dealers In building tpaterlal have had good trade; short- age of money with slow collections Is ; felt in all lines. Hellows Falls 're ports paper mills are running fu'l time and good demand, collections I i this line reported satisfactory. Retail trade hns boon affected some by itn- favorable weather, llcnnlngton mills are employed full time; crops In that section show good yield and general retail trade brisk. At Hrattieboro all manufacturing plants note largo fall "trade lias been good and outlook Is for very busy season. Harelwlck re. ports granite sheds are busy, labor i fairly well employed. Oood crops are I reported nnd retail trade continues falrlv good. Potiltney nuiimf.ictur"rs ' unto plenty of business ahead; letall trade good. Yield In crops larger than was anticipated earlier in season. Collections are fairly good. Lumber j dealers at Ilarton report plenty ot j business. Labor generally well em ployed and outlook for all trade promising. I I A WF.LL-PAYINO lU'Sl Nl'.SP. Tho following advertisement appeared In a paper of a Mtiall town in Colorado: For Sale An old-established, well-pay ing undertaker's establishment. The city Is In a very unhealthy location, whore the mortality M very great. Thero Is only one doctor In the whole town. Tho deaths fiom fever alone pay the expensoe, and the rest Is clear prollt. There Is no com petition. Uf Nat i3 fiUliZ "Burlington, Vt. Capital $300,000 Surplus and Profits 150,000 J. II. OATHS. President. P. H. nilllGKSS. Vice-President. II. T. nUTTCn. Cnslilfr. IT. S. wntJD, Aaslstont Cashier. Low Rates I TO THE ; Pacific Coast ; Aug. 30th to Oct. 30th CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY $49 45 '100 nto.M novroN- and otiihu nhw i:.fil,AM POINT!!. Tl. rough Tourist Car Service. Dlnjng Cars. Magnificent Scejniry. Tull details upon application. 'When writing please mention destination. I'. It. PHItHY. Washington St., II. P. A., IIOSTOV. TIB Ddoubled Facts Fii'ht. STOOPING over books nnd papers that lie in a HORI ZONTAL position on a desk or table, is i.ne CAUSE of ROUND SHOULDERS and NEAR SIGHT KDNKSS. Second. ROUND SHOULDERS are straightened by use of tin1 Hartley Copy Holder and Bool; Rest. It supports books anil paper" HKKORH the eyes, as on a musw rnek, riving DIRECT instead of OBLIQUE vision. $1.00, $2.00, $a00 each, accord nig to size. N. B. Bonk Opener free with each. lci.-i.; PRESS ASSOCIATION.