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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS ; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1007.
() i DEC. 5th, 1907. j Telephone Callt : THE OLD BEE HIVE ChristrrtasTtiings AND it rionk Dept. 3 Hub: Dept. Special TWIN Price Offerings ARE ATTRA HERE ! "THE OLD BEE HIVE" combines the gift thought and economy in an unusual degree. From a pair of hose to a sealskin coat ; from a door mat to a full room size Orien tal rug. i There is no place where the Christ mas purchases may be so satisf ac- v marie a s at torily !EE HIV! And there never has been a Decem ber when the things desired at Christmas time could be so rea sonably secured. MUNICIPAL LEGISLATION. Iliislncss IXini lit Monday Mslil's Mredmt of the Aldermen. $1 All nf llir members wero nrevent Mon- 1 day night nt tho regular monthly meet Ins: of the hoard of aldermen, Milters of a routine nature occupied most "f H'" attention of the hoard. Adjournment was taken to Friday evening, January 3, KW, In order to enable the professional auditor to complete his examination of the hooks of the various departments for the year ending December SI, IM7. The II. iw, Rose eompany of New York has been scoured to make the piofosslonnl i examination of the city''? accounts. Aldermen Courtney. Murphy and Pease, appointed to confer with the Traction c.'.np.iny with re;;ntd to through ear service on North avettue reporled that the ' eompany Informed them that a con tinuance of the through service as In sumini r would mean a wormy loss to lae eompany The company has con--inted to ut on an extra car on the l'lue street line nt fi:W n. m. and p. tn to accommodate working people. Tl e boird accepted the surrender of the iifth class (druggists') llcenf-es held bs W f' Tteevcs and llornce L. .Tohon nott. The following resolutions were adopted: To authorize a temporary to nevt ex ('"fdiniT SJO.oiK'i In ni'ct accrued and ac cruing expenses. To Iny on the table the resolution adopted at the Inst tegular monthly meetlnpr of the board with reference to tlw Milt of R. W. Tuft el nt., executors vs. City of Uurllngton, To Inst ruel the tire commissioners to bi rstltr.it.' the advisability of the city pui'luisl'".' .1 .'omhlnatiop chemical and lm-e w.ifior. also n hook and ladder truck, n lenoet to he mnde nt the next regular meting of the board. To Instruct the tire commissioners to investigate tho advisability of purchas ing additional fire alarm boxes, a re port to he made at the next regular meeting of the board. P.) tlx ' e salary of the deputv chief poll c i: $70 per month and the salary of all rryulnr policemen nt VS per month, this r.olullem to become opera tive ginning January 1. 1fo5. The need of additional tire alarm I, was brought tli by Alderman 1'. .is. . whose renuuks were seconded by chief Nltes, who Indicated some of tho I... .ilitles wheie boxes should be placed. A protest signed by a laign number of propet t. I olders on Hindi street and di rect. 1 ngilust the assessment of tho .sir. et eommlsslonets for repairs to the sidewalk on that street was ierivod and referred to the stteet commission- Mail Orders Receiv Special Attention THE OLD BEE HIVE 91 Church St., Burlington, Vt. Klctrlo light current Water Interest Criminal and police... Salaries nitration plant Hand conceits County lax Ktate hlghwny tax ... Slate school lax 3,371 1i 12,118.13 9,Wfi.W 184.108.40.206.1 &00.00 P.C70.75 :.7I2.7 LISTENED TO MESSAGE. M.0O J133.7W.I7 $3,"02.Sa HILLS PAID. The following bills were onleied paid: Fire department, monthly statement of chief engineer, 132H.S0; M. D. I.. Thomp son, $17 i A. I,. Walker, services as license commissioner December, I!!, January and February, 1W, JIM; H. I.atioit, VS.t.W.; II. J. Hhanley & 'o.. JIS.SO; water department, monthly statement, J3.(.M.J3: electric light department, month ly statement. 3.FM.3Q:- fire department, ..iy roll, Jl.lto.sr,. p. m. .Mherton, tt.Tfi; lluillligtnn Wood Co., 2.W; W. K. nreene, $2.07; Ley Construction Co.. f Octobe and November estimate, J02.S."; S5 November estimate. I,I4M9; Hur lingtnn Light and Power Co . $10.12; T. P. Welch. $11.32; J. Miller Strong Hardware Co. fC.ni; V Florences constable keeping office open l Novem ber, $:": Uurllngton Machine & Itepalr Co.. JI.K: police departtn." t. payroll for October and November, 11.2.2fi; C. 1). Rtockwell, 13.r,o': I,. P. Sprngne, S27.r; L. C. Grant, expanses, pollen depart ment. ST."! I- Hurllngtoi, Dally News. $12.43; Liwrenep Harte. 117: C. W Tng gart, street lights for Xno niber, Jl.aiS.Ffl; Free Press tissoolatlon. M7.43; Arsene Rnuchcr. J2S.2S: O. B. Irfitour. MS; J. W. Courtney, tl.?S- Oeortfe W Kelley, error In IW 'ax, W W. COOKING AND SERVING A wholesome and m. .inle.il diet, well-cooked and well-served food, Is a most ImiHirtant factor li .levelopltiR the best home llf.-.-llnyiiior 1 ' Calkins. Mt'TTON. LET NOTHING STOP YOU MAKING C0MPARIS0 Insist upon your riphts as n buyor Don 't lo liliifip 1 into buying until you have compared our stork and prims with whatever in;iy be offered you in the wny of suits find Overcoats. We are chipping dollars oft' the prices every tiny. The finer Overcoats running up in value from $16.00 to $20.00 are almost all of them in the collection that are priced nt TWELVE DOLLARS APIE f you must be more than usually economical thin full youshmfld remember that wo nro offering good warm and durable Overeoutu sold nil the unison nt $8.00 and $10.00 to bo rlriKc.l now at FIVE-JQLLARS APIEGF LET US MAKE IT PLAIN TO YOU'THAT 1N ALL THE BROKEN PRICED OVERCOATS AND SUITS WHICH WE OFFER YOU WE COVER ALL SIZES FROM 36 TO 40 BREAST MEASURE SHORTS, LONGS AND STOUTS. "We have knocked off the profit and much more than the profit from style after stylo of fine suits; those suits have none of them been priced below $15.00 and they go from that up to $20.00. They are an elegant assort ment of styles and Rizes, and are all to be sold at TWELVE DOLLARS APIEC Now then the last lot of suits to be offered are thesX bought to sell at $10.00 and $12.00 solil all wool and well mnde will nil go at the one price of Seven Dollars and a Half Apiece We -do not say you ought to buy your clothes from us -but we do nny that in honest justice you ought to compare the goods and prices we show WITH ANY OTHER OFFERED an 1 then your own poeketbook will say what to do about buying. Chas. E. Pease & Co. The lin.it 1 refused to srant a license for an ,imuement plnee (another then loi ium) at 10 and IS Church street. C W Itrnwnell spoke In hehalf of tboe who .i ked for the license. Alderman Hus 11 --poke asainst RrantlnR the per mit. H.irk drivers' licenses wero Issued to Alfred Vincent. Joseph Delorine, N. W. Will ..I - and Alexander ltutler. J. P. Ui'-'Kn. 's link license was transferred 1.. I! P. White. The following statement from City Tie.isoier I,. C. firanl, showing the ;mar.l.il standing of the several depart -mint1- December 1, U'07, was accepted ,.nd placed on tile. lir. bal. Cr.. hal. Kl.'ttr.e plant $H,S.TU!s Ftre. t lights 2.13f..0( Schools 1,'brary 1.W15 Parks 2U.5J Public buildings 12.M Klre f7 Pauper 3.4IS.24 Ile-ilth K'J.77 Incldcital R42.S.1 Streets 4f.f.7.3 WAIt.MBD OV1SU Two level tablespoons !. utter, two level tablespoons flour, one-fourth kvcl tens- uoou salt, few Ernlns ivenne. one cup gruvy, four level tBi)l.-.poonK Jelly, mutton sliced th'n Melt the hutter and .i'.l"W It to brown, then ndil tho flour, salt and cayenne. When blendfd add th' uravy and cook until It bolls. Heat the J. Uy to a cream and add, then add the meat and servo as soon as heated. POTTHD HAM FOU SANDWICHES Chop the remnants of .old Iwilled ham very tine and season with cayenne and mustard. Moisten with h.i!lntj water and hue the mixture Into -mail deep nut- tered dish. Place In a pin of hot water mid cook In a modern oven for thirty nilnues. Pour a llttlo n ted butter over tho to;i and sot aside t - cool. MT3AT HIP That Win l'rlletlenllr All of the Hint-! lie Dune In (.'onerenn Tui'sili!. Washington, Dec. 8, The annual mos- ' hnne of Piesldent ltoosevelt was read to-day In both houses of CongresH and prai.i.all. no other htislnesK wm at tempted by either body beyond listen ing to the mcKSaKO. The g-nllerlea of both tho Kennto and the Ilouso wero crowd ed nt the beprlnnlns: of tho ses-slon of each liody, hut as the reading pro Kressed the attendance diminished some what. In the main, however, It was well maintained until the last sentences of the document had fallen from tho llin of the official renders. Senators and member were supplied with printed copies of the messacn and many of them followed the rendlliR clerks with scrupulous care. The teadinc consumed about two and one quarter hours In 1 ii b of lh houses. (An abstract of the mesisaRe appears on the seventh pafje. ) The, Houre did not to-day follow up the lend of yesterday In the matter of the Introduction of many bills, but some measures were presented. In tho Senate 1 fo far no hills hi. e been Introduced, but there Is fcnreoly a senator whose desk ' Is not well covered with these do-u- 1 ment, nnd It Is probable that the flood will break out In that body to-morrow Speaker Cannon treated the House to a sllrrlit surprl" In announcing the mem bership of the committer, on tmnkii.K and currency. This iidvnnce fnrmitlon of that committee led to the concluslo" on 1h" part of mnny that It was hl In tention to ptess financial legislation, but tho'-e who are close to the speaker say that his only purpose was to afford a depository for petitions and letters boa -Irs upon the currency question. The membership of the committee was I' -creased by the nrldltlon of one democrat, maklnc seven members of that partv on It Instead of six, as duilnj; the I.'iftv- nlnth (Vmtrress. This Is In accordance i with the lequest of tho minority lender, hut It l sild that It is not to be taken , ns nn Indication that th's request will be -omp'.led with In all the other com- ; tnlttees. I Until the Rennte npd theITouse ad- .liuiineil almost Immediately after 'he: currant ' r"n' luMon of Uio rear In c of the mes sage. The Irotise adjourned un'ti i Thursday, when It Is probable that It will asaln adjourn for the week Mr. Gore and Mr. Owen, the two gentlemen chosen by primary elcctl'Ci to represent the new State, Oklahoma, In tho Senate, appealed oittlif floor of the Senate and occupied tne seats set npart for them for some time, lis tening to the President's message. This vas n plnln vtonslo:! of what Is known ns sonatori.nl courtesy Inas much as neither senator has as yet been lcfT.il! elerted to serve lp the Sena te. The Best Christmas Gift ITIT. ilf level tejsroon i. ns bakinit p.cv ...lons shortening, oris, milk and wnu i mixed, chopped Two cups flour, one-' salt, four level tuasp. d"i two level tabl.- one Cat anli Cannot ho Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, r.s they cannot ri-iich tho teat of th dieaf Catarrh Is a blooi' r.r constitutional diseaie, nnd In order to cure it jou must tako Internal remedies. Balt'r 'atarrli Cure la taken Internally and atti . rectljr on th blood and muious Furfacea. 'all's Catarrh Cure i notaqnaelc meilioiDa. P as prescribed by one of the belt physicians In ,nls co.intry for yeirs, and la a regu.ar pio oriptikn. It Is composed of tho beat tonic inowa, combined withtbe best blood piirlQtri, ictluj directly on the mucoiia surfaces. Th" rfect coiiibinatlon of tho two laitredior.ts ii .hat produces such wonderful results In curlj ' utnrrh Send for test! oonlals, free. !. J CIIKNKY tz CO.. Props , Toledo, O, coid by druggists, price "f.c. Hall's l'arally l'ills aro the best. cold cooked meal tilt: Sift together the fl. ins powder and work with the tinners Ad.l ten and mixed with liquid, then add mm', to make a soft d floured board, roll o and cut with a bl' spoonful of the mc fold tho dough Bornely lichtly In flour and . .ol til a delicate brown, llttlo loncer time -.hnii . seasoned i. salt and bnk ,ii the sluirt.inin .!'.- CKH well liea .. -half cup of the pud, If necessary, . Turn on to a n.-hnlf Inch thick ' cutler. PIdco a on each one and around it. noli L in deep fat tin These n qulro a lounlmuts Drain on brown pnpei .0 seie noi. CCHini.n POTATOES. Two cups 1X! I level tabl'spooi -blespooii finely 'i tablespoons lie ' curry powder, salt, one flip I i poon llnelv ini'i. r Cook the pi.' i w iter until ti n :. Drain and keep ' the union an. I then add the ! salt mixed, ai 1 bills or cubes, two uttei, oiia level n unced onion, two level line level tablespoon le-half level teaspoon milk, nie level tahles 1 parsley. . balls in bollltiK sailed i (about eight mlnutesV 1. Melt the butter, add . .,k for tbiee minutes, .nr. cuirv powder and when blendi'd add tile hot milk Kni'i and cook for the potatoes, r servlnn dish .i onr-fourth up' Sift toRi'thcr b.ikniB powd. and beat we" well ki eased 1 UiO mlMllie , i FACING DEATH AT SEA. Is a Iloosier Kitchen Cabinet. A rift used three times each day in the year to cut kitchen work in two to njuke it easier anJ pleasanter and to do away with kitchen drudg ery. Make This a Sane Christmas by Useful Presents A Hoosler Kitchen Cabinet is tho means of emtio; many a busy housekeeper two or three hours of her own eeh day time that she would not have to herself without the cab inet. Could you select anything more appropriate or any thing that would give a housekeeper more pleasure? The Iloosier Cabinet, is the. best, to buy. It's moat con venient and best made. Priced from $12,00 to 25.00. The W. G. FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINENS a THE DAIRY SCHOOL. A niO DIOAL. "Good morning," chirped the b-i'ehor "Are you in the market for anyt , ns this morning, Mr. Ilousekeep"'" 'Tes, I nm In the mnrkt 'or a pound of beefsteak. You miv subrr t estimates Kansas City Journal. Main St. Burlington, Vt. Allen St. Winooski, Vt. I MEDICAL STUDENTS Will need a number of little t'.ings for tho lecture room -Paj er, Pens, oM.. run !,AnnniT variety is to nr, Fnrxn iimtn. FREE PRESS STATIONERY STORE- All the Open Stock Patterns are included in the BIG SALE of CHINA DINNER SETS this week at CHINA HALL 55th Anniversary Sale ii:v. Stli until It bo'ls minutes. Strain over h.at, pour Intel a' hot I sprinkle with parsley. BNCil.lBlf MUI'I'INS. Two rup fl ..r one level teaspoon FUKur. om-h.ilf 1 . vel teaspoon salt four level teaspoon I'ekhif: powder, ono nnd milk. H'.' flour, Misor, salt nnd Add the" milk gradually riace muffin rings on a i ted Rilddle, half till with 1 when risen to tho top, turn wnh Ri .t.'i, cake turner. When well looked pull ' open In halves and tu.'ist dellc.it. 1 . Uutler well and serve In ,i fold, d nipkuV. riouriiiNi'TS. Two levl tat '...spoons butter, one cup sugar, t -K,s,oiie cup milk, two cups entiii) wheat flour, one-fourth level teas poon cinnamon, une-fourth level teaspoon nutmes-, on.. I. vel teaspoon suit, four level teaspoons baklllB powder. Ci.am tlie butter and add half the suK.ir. Add re-imbiing susar to the ecps well beg ten ..ml combine th.- mixtures. Add the milk, then tin- flour sifted with tho spice, sal and baking powder. Mix well and add hiurIi entire wheat Hour to knead. Turn on to a floured board, knend sliKhtl , roll out one-fourth Inch thick and cut with a doughnut cutler. Fry in deep l.t fat and drain on brown paper. VANII,U CREAM COOKIKS, Ono-thlrd cup butter, one cup susar, two eijgs, on. -!i ilf cup thin cream, two cups flour, tw.i level teaspoons baking powder, one-hair level tiMspoon salt, ono teaspoon vanill ,. Cream the butler, add gradually the sugar, then i; ,. ,K(.W Well beaten and the cream. Add t iinr sifted with the baking powder and fait, and the vanilla. Heat well a,,,) ,, sufficient flour to knead. Hull i. it thin, cut with cooky cut ter and bake .n a hot oven. l'HUNi: PIK. One-half ,ouna prunes, one-halt cup sugar, one -QV lonion, two level teas poons butter, (,n level tablespoon llour. Sash the prunes thoroughly and t-oak over night t'm.k In the satuo watur ad ding the Mig.r ami lemon. Hnmovn tho prunes and inluco tho syrup to two tablespoons i.iue a plate with paste, add the prunes sinned and cut In pieces. lot over with ti,,. huttor and sprlnklo with the flour Ciovr with paste, pressing tho edges well togntlirr. Ilako In a modorate oven until browned. ADALINK WACin SMITH. A Snllor I.iid's Slory of Iloiv tlir ()lm p I ti Cnnie tliniK'li n 'I'j-plioon. The laptain. who was omnipresent, seoined alwns thcte, eyes flxed on the binnacle, signaling orders that could not be bcaid. Then Quaitertiuster 'Swift would leave his .side, and, with his lan tern tucked inside lile coat, struggle foith to hold the reel, often returning to report that mtcnd of making lorj mi1e! a day, we more than on.- day made not a single mile. It was not a wash of waves. fJreat, ugly, green seas would pile up and stand llko mountains. Then the demon wind with o cutlass between hi teeth, would cut the crest clean away, and hurl tons and tons of water upon us; nnd when their repeated assaults were ioosenl.ig the anchor clamps nn the cat-heads, wo were obliged to go with rope lashings to doubly secure them. In doing this we lay at times burled under tons of water, and when we came out we could not epeak for the noise of the tern- "St. Willie all this was going on we were given etrn Instruction in the order to "Abandon ship." Kicb division com prises forty-four men and two officers, ilhidcd into two watches. I-Ieut. Sher man and Midshipman Todd were in charge of mv division, nnd tbev went from ni'in to man. sct.-inilng their or ders into our ears. We already knew our places and what to do. but the general plan for the emergency was explained again to each. Should the moment ar rive when the tires could no longr be controlled, we were to go as a fleet. We have launches, boats, dinghys, and cntamirans sufficient to carry every man In the crew. Tho Falling launch, with Us tall masts tn carry signals, would huve taken the lend as flagship. Sho was already equtppi .1 with charts, Water Taxes for lie. ember, '.'O" .- he da nnd meter, i-n now due and payable at the water ' lice. Nn 5 City Hall t'niess prot ,j t pa: n.ert Is made, fl " per cc ' wl". ' n added to the Ml', and tho water s .t off. as prescribed in section 35 cf water ordlnaii'-e I'uj- brforr the lutti nnd get j our discount. 29Stwlt J FRANK KIDDER, Snpt. Sessions to He Itrsimied .lanimry HI In Morrill unit. The sessions of the Vermont Dairy school at Hurllngton. suspended in IflOl, will be resumed this winter in the newly completed Morrill Hall. The an,i proposals, if you like ierm opens .nonnay. January 13, ami closes Saturday, March 7. The course is designed to meet a demand for a short and Intensely practical training In the handling of milk and tho manu facture of milk products. It Is open to the creamery worker, the dairyman, to school teachers, to women as well as men, to all. experienced or not. wiio wish to learn the piepent status of the dairy Industry. The new- building was built with pedal reteience to dairy school work. Ten thousand square feet of floor space; many makes of power and hand separators: a full and modern equip ment In creamery, farm dairy, market milk, pasteurizing and testtnK rooms; eight courses of lectures on milk, feeds and feeding, breeds nnd breed ing, ffcneral agriculture and animal diseases: six practical laboratory courses In creamery and farm dairy work, In pasteurization and market milk maklnir, In testing milk and its products nnd In the care of dairy ma chinery; dally recitations and discus sions; all these ought to attract stu dents who wish to put In a hard win ter study alonp dairy lines. No entrance examinations are re eiulred Students may be of any ago above lfi, and either sex. A ten dol lar fee Is the only school charge Tar ties contemplating attendance should write for circular to Dairy School. Morrill Hall, r.urllngton, Vt. A CLOUDY MONTH. Suu lllililon Most of the Time (luring; X ember. W. H. Alexander, local forecaster of the I'nUcd States weather bureau, re norts a meun tempeiature for Novem- one to be given to the officer of each of 1 ber of degrees, with a maximum oi the other boats. In .he event of their ! SS on the "d ami a minimum m being buffeted In. NOT FIT TO PRINT. Miss Oushly-Oh. Mr. Wrse.1 supposo you poets lm,.n iimuehts that are so heavenly that they couldn't bo expressed In writing Mr. Vcim Woll, wn d" ''uvo 801,10 tlut eier -had better not be reduced to writing 'mi i asKiiie v.ni Hint It Is not always he n.,so t1ty ro so heavenly. roifun iu:ia How I wish I could write something tti.it would eo'ivov Just ai; f.lea of a ty phoonwhit it was like, and how we felt. Four hundred r.nd forty-four hu man lives were imperiled and not a man whimpered. From fighting the fire, we would Joy ously go for a trick at the wheel al though It was a tug that called for strength nearlv superhuman I recall a nlgli rn dark, that the dirkness could ulmost be felt. The fren?..r(i wind blow ing off the cicsts of black sens was hurling them with terrific force, and they stung me with biting brine ns I stood In the foretop listening for the stroke of the bell My enr was glued to the speaking-tube, yet the shout from the bridge came to me In the faintest of whispers: "What's the matter aloft?" and I screamed hack, "Can't henr the bell, sir. A-l-l-l's well!" Ob, the winds, the winds, the winds' rgaln, I stood on the signal yards, but It was d.iv They sorenmed, anel roared, and yelled, drowning every other sound. J.lko bnvs cientlng new noises by breath ing across the mouths of empty bottles, they cut across the smokestacks and moaned Into their cavernous lubes. Then, exhausted hv their fury, they (lairged and soughed through the rigging, quick ening every lino and intllne Into a wli-h-r-r-rr and a Rr-r-r-r-ni-rattllnif that swelled Into melody such ns no neollnn harp his ever played; then, blending Into a single note, a deep mon otone struck mnfts and yards, rising nnd falling, rising nnd fulling, llko tho blue ocean In a calm. It brought balm to my weariness, and, looking down the slim mast, I discovered that the ship was gone; I saw only the rushing, surging, seething waters ongulf Ing the decks, and from my exalted hclgbt I felt like a bird of the green wood blown out to sea. Ucut. Jluchnnon told me ono night, when we were buffeted against ono an other on the bridge, that I should never meet another blow like this, nnd men nro wondering how tho ship ever lived through It, but I think I know, The Ikigshlp Is a thing alive. It has Its pnrts and being. We have heard It breathe, and who will question that In Capt, Reed It hns both brain and soul? Who litis not watched the Reaper who Is called Death shake his slcklo In men's faces, when many would lie down nnd die, while one, llko a pnnther at bay, would tight lilm off and live on? That Is why, llko a stormy petrel, the Olympla rod" through tint typhoon From "Three Years Hchlnd tho duns" )ln llMOAmhai' Kt N'IoIiaIu the ,vith. The mean temperature for November In Hurllngton for the last SI years Is ,17.t degrees. The average dally deficiency In temperature since January 1 is decrees, nnd the accumulated de ficiency durln the year is Hi: detrees. The precipitation (rut and melted snow) amounted to :.67 inches, rain or snow falling on 12 days. The average November precipitation is 2M Inches Thei snowfall for the month amounted to 12.4 Inches. The prevailing wind wis from the south, tho average hourly velo city 11.0 miles and tho maximum velo city H miles per hour, from the sou'li, on the 21st. There were 22 cloudy davs In the month, with seven partly cloud v snd only one clear day. Lunar bales were noted on mi -"in ana -iin nnu fog on tho 10th, TURKS Cluett Collars in 1-4 sizes Comfort and style combined 2 for 25c WHERE THE STYLES COME FROM . -J OUR KALEIDOSCOPE. Oh. AN ANORT ANARCHIST he preached it from the housetops and whispered It by stealth, He wrote wholn miles of stuff against the awful curse of wealth. He tdiouted for the poor man. and he called the rich man down; He roasted every klngt and queen who dnied to wear a crown. He clamored for rebellion, and he said he'd lead a band To exterminate the millionaire and sweep them from the land. He yelled against monopolists, their pow er he'd defy, And siyore he's he an anarchist and blow them to the sky. lit stormed, he fumed, nnd ranted, till he made the rich men wince, Hut an uncle left him money, and he hasn't shouted since. -London Tlt-nit. AUi SHTJ" COULD I3XPKCT. " your husband nil that you think he should be?" asked tho visitor In a confidential tono of voice. "Not exactly," replied tho other, com placently. "Hut he'd all I can expect. He's fourth, nnd I know 'em." Mil waukeo Sentinel. OVER THD FB.vcrc. Nur.ili An' phwhete do your mlsthress be goln' to-night? HrldRet iShurc, sho didn't Inform me, but fr'nt the looks Iv her, Ol toko 11 she he goln' to wuit Iv thlm comin'-out par ties Harvard Lampoon ' NV, Br use f f PAGE'S 1 PERFECTED POULTRY FOOD ATO MAKE YOUR Ik HENS LAY M fee This Food may bo obtained of. M. V. Hicks A Son, Fairfax, Vt. C. XV. Hlcc, !n, VI. ii. i MinluTft A. Co.. toi Jet.. Vt J. V.. Wiicner, Milton, Vt. C. C. Fuller, .lonesUllr, Vt. A. II. XV. Ilnjilen, Itlnrsblirg. VI. Chu. S. Hull, 11. rhnrlntfr, Vt. n. II. Hlcc, WlnooUI, Vt. n. I,. Wright, ColclicMler, Vt. .1. O. Mlddlrlirook .1 Sons, Hiirllncton, Vt. II. II. nroMn, North WIlllMoo, Vf. Triuv A. Hone, llollnn, VI. V.. V.. Flh, Richmond, Vt. V.. i. Vorlon, lliinllnclon Ctr., VI, i:. II, DomlllKUC, WcMfunl, t. We want agents In every villas If It Is not on sulo In your village w will send you, freight prepaid, a 123 pound sack for $1.00 or a GO poun sack for (2.00. CARROLL S. PAGE Hyde PnrU, Vermont