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VOL LXXXIT. NEW SERIES VOL. LIV.
BURLINGTON. VT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 2H, 1908. NUMBER :',0. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT Local Items of Intel 2 From All Parts of tho Gii 5" Moun- tain Sta: rs 1 THE NEWS BY UNTIES Vile WlnonsUI ViiIIcj, Villages Ip North From I lie Island In Hie Luke In (lie russiiinpsic, Along Ollrr Creek nml I (lie Shores of White Hlvcr t'nirrtil bj- Syr clnl Correspondents ADDS ON COUNTY. MIDDLEBURY. w .zing convention iif the Add! Y . 1 1 im Men'. Christian ,1.5. 1- In-Ill hi ! S mud iy In the rx, mi brr In In g 11 t , 1 ' - r -,it cn.il nml Rnpt.st ( liurehes. I . -'ier 1 I'roi'i.'i- Pin pi 1 n.Mjvi I .f 1 iic 'ik 11 'i.l .1 glowing 1 it!. "- g , i "i Iti ssike f n ,it . ,t i . s-i - n 'ifos In'd V M. d h in hes and , a . t - '1 n -o 1 v.- a 1 . 1. !, u. r ttze'is. A. ' . k t. r1111ti.1i1.il 1 : 1 . . .1 ii ;iMri"" ,t .! .1 . n R Hoird 1 M pi I'or.'os." , , . j.r."-i ntlng the 1 V 1 ill ' ,-uirl tho Inwtl 1: .-: in, 1 1 ouniv were I 1 ,. . r W'-ight was 0I1 nr 1 , p r . -. r-ot.irt !. M. 1. M '. I'.Ut..ll of Yrigennos, r ,. .1- 1 I It lip'' Drt.io nf Hrl ' N. d .it il vV N Huron of 1 wi. n, 11I. 1 otnni'ttoe to per- i ntv "ru .i.7..itl..n 1 )ne thousand oidi nl ilollnr muM lie rinsed to in- rk i'i t: 1.- county, part of I hi" 111, ii'a. tuns the organization e In t Stilt' committee. The lninittoo has power to add u 'I I thi- committee tium- 1 rmi.-iinl interest was taken m it.i - proceedings. The morning 1 1 ni' I'MTrif"" were in charge of ond or Middlebiiry, "Addison r'v s Opportunities" won1 presented V II nin S. Coleman, State county urel. ictn'-y, who reports nearly ,YMO j 1 g mm in the territory who ntc not n nutated with churches. A. H. Roberts t id of tin rffeot of the rounty work of t " .isso ,i ion In the social life of the mi v """hi' afternoon devotions were , 1 - Ml. Thoinns of Rristnl. W. O. ' ' rmkhn eonnty secretary, save ifi-i- -tir-g talk which was followed ,1 1 I! Hoardm-in. who spoke on P'.iv l..fe of the Hoys in Small ' wis .1'.' I low to Improve It." Supper w,. 1 1 nt the Baptist Church at s.. K the women of the evangelical rti iritiri Sunda.v V. M. C. A. secre- rlos pr'-i, lied In the local churehes in in mornlns. Thete wns a largely at tr ndtd nn'titiK In the town hall nt 3:30 o loi k ip t.ie afternoon iiddreff-ed by V. 1; .Miiso 1 and at the same hour there w nieetinif fur women ill the Mi;lh o 'i i'i iron iiddrenyed by State Secre t r i,ii s llli'. At in the evening t .P -1 1.' s w of Weybrlilfje, riflktrnr. 'l'lto remains of ThomDH I'utlnodu were broticht from tliatidon Monday afternoon nnd taken to tliu West ccmolerv for burial In the fanti lly lot. He was .1 former resilient ot this village and lilt v.ifo wa Uaurn Daniels, daughter of the late Alexander Daniels. Tlie adjourned liieotlnp; of the stock holders of the National b ulk of Middle, bury wns held Ttiecd.iy afternoon when iltreitors were elected n follows: C. K. I'iime.x. Holert Cartniell, Silas A. Ilsley u nd John A K'l'lrhor of Mlddlebttry; D. 11. llMtneit of Htldport; . A. Law rence of irri'dol and !, S. WiilnwrlRht of .MMldlelmi . - I'ranU t'rowley has inmed his family here from tut- land. A f w days before the lire he liotiRhi out tlie tuarksmitn shop which Mr. Allen bad operated the past year atid wrm to have Liken po-ses?lon Monday. Mr. 'row ley lins entered tho employ of A. W Vitcy for the present, but fporid to ro ,ntn business for him self 'liter n it is iinilerslood that Mr. Allen will rebuild the shop In the early sprint:. -William Mullens, who has bfen 111, Is able to be out aicaiii. M. H. Habar and (i. W. K.uisot t . who have been III tho past few dns. are able to he nt work again. Miss Sb 11a N'nsh l unite, sick. Henry lllc!e hi" returned to ('nstieton. The time if 'tie Addison county court was taken up Wednesday wltn the mine of Muinley v Itutl.ind railroad. The plalntirr r.-itod In raw at 11 :Su a. in. 1'. M. Meldon and II. H. I'owers for the railroad company urKtieil a motion that the, cafe be tain n lrom the Jury and 11 Mjrdlct directed for the defendant. This motion was opposed by V. 11. av!s and T. W. Moloney. The aiKumenls occu pied nearly tv.- hours. Jtidcc Miles in an exhaustive opinion denied the motion. Court then adjourned at 4:l" until n'nc o'clock Tburs-dny murnlnK. when the rail road ciimpany will introihtie its w il nesseti. The directors of the National bank of Mldd. airy organized n.s follows jesterd mornlnp: ITsldenl. Col. Silas A. llsby: vlce-pre.ddent, (lardner S. WalnwrlBht: cashier, Charles K Tlnney; assistant cisbier, John A. Fletcher. T. M. -hnpmati has returned from Ticonder o(,n, N. V.-The liiilbs' Aid society of the ' Memorial llaptlst Church ni"t with Mr". IJ. I!, llrown .volet day afternoon. The insuranre adjustoi-s are. in town settlitiK the lo on the Allen properly, di'Slro.ved li tire last eer,. IOtila St. Mary is unite 111. The water commis sioner", 'inve had all the hydrants .11 spected. Miss Delia Doucla0 W I'd. -l'hlllip Vnssail 1-as enter d the employ '.' John Hlpfnns at the Aoaison -It. Hrottsb Is able to be nu ai.-aln Mrs. Charles Collins lias returned irom iwo weeks with her dnut;ht(r In Ptnvldenee. I!. I.- Miss Kathenne Cu.-rx has pone to 1'unce L)u l.eon, Florida, to remain until spitiiK VERGENNES. The II i Hand Shade Itr.ller : Innl, which for wiuie inn has Ivcn runniii on half time, bepan on full lime Sat urday. J. .1. Ilyan. a nns broiiL'bt before .lustic I". ton Saturday mot nine on vaurancy. He plenued sentenced to "A dal'S 1 the county Jail, where he was taken Saturday noon by Constable J. M. Alden. The dime social Friday rvininK at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Kincmnn for the beuellt of the Methodist church was largely nt lendi d. Mrs, Frank Hun'ouch", Mrs. Frank Darlt. Mrs. C 1. S. Fierce and M. 1,. Karton were in HurllnKton Sat urday. Mrs. ieorp:e Kirk and daushter, Dorothy, are visiting Mrs ft. 1,. K1nr;s- 11. an of this city and Mrs. Taylor was Miss Nellie Austin, daiiBhter of the late llev. 11. F. Austin, 11 former pastor of the. Methodist Church 1 ere. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Hartley and f. K. M Calsse attended the funeral of Frank Moran at Hraiidon ycrterduy mornlui? Mrs. Hubert Hudson has re turned from a week's visit to her mother-in-law, Mrs. F.llzn. Hudson. Two rooms in the H'mli'd school have been ' losed on account of one of the pupils. Mildred Wytnati. having been taken with dlptherln. A daughter was recently born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Dlkal. Miss J. Augusta HrlRKS has urine to Medford. Mass.. after 11 visit Mien 1 to ,er brother, Itohorl p, HrltfRS. The inuopeniiein i,i-iiuiii rurir tiii in"'i:i 'ednesdn afternoon with Mrs llarlev (lardni r. --Mr1- V. .1. Henninl has re turned from three weeks' visit to her brother, Henry Slnnn of Worcester, Mass. The Misses McCovern nnd An thony opened n danclnK school In tho city hall yoMfrdnv afternoon. BRISTOL. RUNNING BEHIND T RAPID RATE. Looks As Though New Judiciary System Wlil Exhaust Ap propriation. NO ORDERS DRAWN THEN !ir!.-tol 1 druic 1 mem- the Ktilltv trntivp. M. M011I 1 narpre of and v as H H iriln ; 1 r ll -f W 1 1.1 f., rin j r'. ,111 1 1 1 t 1 i t M r ,. ,r' am 1 , es A- , . M s oil" m, 1 Ha' Humi -, Tin m1.i a' -:' nf ' f ' IW li.irk sw r. 'a Id 'at the C.inKresa ,r. '1 w 1 ndilresses. by .John 1 ,1 A. ):. Ilobeits, inter- tar'i T I met with Mrs. Dyer 11 Mr and Mrs. William 11 iik relatives In town n wi stein New York, where w h nu into business. The 11 for Home and FoieiKti 1,1 ew for the Kuril with Mrs. 1'ylward S.'eley 1 . m - The Hump Circle Mithodlsi Churi'h Ins elected the a officers: President, Mrs. A. F. .1 -president. Mrs. K. H. Martin, land and dauchter. tjt nee Mrs. Duane Allen and Miss Alio Moore of Panlon have returned from a , -it 111 HurlliiK ton Miss J. Aiiimsm IHice. of Wal tham Mass., Is visltlnt i ,- brntlur II. V. HrlKRs, and fnmilv -Wilter Middle brool: left Saturday fo- Albany. :' v., where he w-ill enter A!hm liusiness Col lege At a meeting of the F.aptist Chnreh an'l society Sunday evenlm; a e.ill was extendeil to the Hev (; 11 lii-nnitt of New Hrunswlck, N. .1 . to 1,,. their ne r i,m Mr'. A K. Carr; treasurer, il ss S c. Cushinati: executive com-mitt'- Mrs W. H. Washburne, Mrs. S. I' 1 es and Mrs. C. II. .lewetL Miss Hi 1 Muii rue is ill. Mrs. Allan J. Warner 1' 1,1111, N. V., bus been visilinK Iter ,iar 1 s Mr and Mrs. ; S. Wnlnwrltrht, ' if t a si wf k. Cards have been recelvnl Irom Kew.u 111., a nnoiincitu: the mar- pastor. The call was aoepterl i,v Hennett and he will enter upon labors Sunday. Februno 2 (1. F. (1. Kimball has m.1,1 Mrs. F.liza Collins lrr farm Ivasi Ferrisburch together with the stock nnd fnniilns tools to A Mr his f..r In nil P. Mar. I he yonnc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Norton, b-oke hr r right leg Saturday while coasting Nathan Sher man was badly Injured Saturday In the yard of the Hrlstol Maiinfi.'. 111 -iu by lun 0,1k logs rolling over him. The I Hiistol llns-e Hall association lias been i organized with Daniel Sarguit, captain; 0. .1. MeShane. coach: Alson Uristol, manager.- H. W. Kingman died at hi home Friday. He leaves a wire and two chil dren, Ini W. of lluiilngton and Milan, who lives hi'te. The funeral was held at the house Sunday afternoon. The Uev. 1. I J. Fuller officiated and tho Wnrera were Ci. A. Datiforlh, W. W. Wilson, lilln Wing. P. W. P timer. F. I.. Sherwln of New Haven. Conn., was a guest of h s parents, Mr. and Mr. II. 1'. Sherwm, over Kiltul iy . He went to Moiltpi-Her Monday. Msr W. F. Chao Is conllned to the house bv Illness. Wlillntn Sessions and Miss Cntii" Jlinmo weie married at the Catholic rectory b'rld.iy evening by the llev. Father Coffey. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer of Mmikton vWted Mrs. H. C. Palmer Saturday and .Sunday. The W. C. T. t". met with Mrs. Walter Wright Tuesday afternoon. The iut lr.uk i lubmet at Mrs. D.eKerinan's Friduj evenins. Norman F. Unlet- of Ha-t strf't. aced fA years, wa" found deud in II,. road Sunday eveniliK by Charles Mi Co c Dr. William-son was i.illeil n 11. 1 pronounced It b"art ilieea..-. Mr Hider was .1 graduate of Mlddle- Imrv I'lillege. principal of lb. Auideim- mfiny ears ago. and l-Isi in Middlebiiry. lie was her ol Cnlnn lulge. F. A. M.. of Mid dlebiiry. lie leaves a wife and two brothers. K. C Hider of New Haven and W. I Hlrler of tbl. town. A daughter of .lohn McKlnnon fell Sat urday and ilislorijteil one shoulder. The temperature was 12 degrees, be low zero here at nine 11 clock Minuny night, and 1'J decrees liliuii at the same hour Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kidley of Hurllngton wen i-allid here by the death or N. F. Kl dir. -I.'ay H. Small or F.oston Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ci. W. Small. Mts. .1. A. .lennlngs. who has been serl ousl ill. Is reported as Improving. Charles Canton 1 as gone to Iloston where lie has a position. F. I.. Sher wln, who has hern visiting relatives here for several days, lias returned I" New Haven. Conn. .Mr. and Mr;. I. W. Kingman and children of Itiirltngtoti j were called here by the rtenth of I.. . Kingman. W. I". Hanks has goni to Hostuti and Nrw York on a business trip. -Mrs. Charles Dow 1- ir thallv ill with pneumonia .1: hci home 111 New Haven. The F-arnest Helpers ndl meet with Fern and Jack Shaltuok Saturday afternoon. Nathan Sherman. was Injun d ln.'t w. ek by logs rolling oet him, Irid two ribs broken and wa badly bruit -,,1 about the body -M'.irK Quimbv has llnUhed work for the Hrltol Novelty I Co, A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I; C. Norton Tuesday i;r uin u .vnr ton was taken to Mount Clemmis, Mleb., Tuesday for treatment for rheu matlfni. He won taken on a cot bed, accompanied by his father. C W. Nor- ln H1111111I Mimlicr HM.iKld ln Left to I'll)- Ilipense. until .Inly I Fur l'lrl Mi Months Tills I'l'ical 'rnr ( our to b' Mule . I f'.ll, I !.!)(!, Motltpel.e'-. .1 1 IfM! nproprlaie l expetiBcs for il" departiiunt tor the eur ''i.linB J fin ao 2. -Tiie l.eirislaturi of SH.oof nr payment of of Justice i"t. Dur ing tlie tlrst .-! months .it that year 510;.lft!.!si ivie ,x)end'Ml n u,N depirt ment. which h-'i In round 1111 iiiImtb ?l."1. iW) to pn tin- ., lenses until July 1 twit. This moans tha a vn liable betwe. was used in lie year to pay . i;i For the full y. t lie ...v nouses v . The 1 xpen-i s o! the Jmlftes . courts, tile all. attorneys. of the count v 1 of the countv . during tin n- prlatioti may ' this money is tor will draw 1 nun:. The Legislalei til's purpose r . tin two ,Mais 1 1 pi-nsf s' nf tin- ,i JetVM and 1 sullahl.v Mtppriseil propria ted for ' be sufflelent. Stole And. tot I reiiuesteil an oi. 1 general as to w 1 about i.'lS.ouO b ss Is a now nnd .Inly 1 than tirst Kix months of the rises in this department r previous to that time , - .. JSfil.fiA 1 e made up of salaries ' supreme and superior ,1 r.ey-gem ral, the Slate's ff'. Jailers, and expenses 1 . irts, etc. Unless some . , urt have short terms six months the appro- vtlmustoil. nip! after tpended Hi" State audl : orders in tlds depart- itmiopr alul ir.fiO.noO for the bie-iuial ter in. For 1 1 to tnat timi tlu ' x iitinent of Justice were l.egisl.'t are ,,f lr; rea- that t'.u lump sum ap n biennial term would DEBT INCREASED $38,042. Itlillliod Unlit V.'.O.IKIO School lliitldlne; I. nit riir llir Itrnson. Iluland. Jan. 12.- In hl antrial n port to-day Mayor Hollln I. Hlchmond announces that tho net lnde.hteilno.ss oC this city was Increased J3S.042.41 ! during- 1907. This was due. to thu Iss uance of SD0.O0O bonds for a now school building. This debt was cut down to the amount given bv tin- placing of $11,367 69 In the sinking fund. 'J' ho city now has u sinking fund of 112S,412.:!7 and a net ltiilcbt..ilne. of J4 4!i,j03.4S. Tin; mayor utiiioun I that the pro position of building a new reservoir will be submitted to the voters at the March election. The rltv had n bad water famine scare last summer and the moyor contends Hint the present supply will grow more and more inad equate as extensions of tho mains to new streets are made. AGUlCrirUKAI, MF.UTINf'.S. Mendon, Jan. L2.--Two ngricuPural nicotinics were held h"re to-dav under tho direction of tho State board ot agriculture. Master K. M. Pike of lcr inont ('.range gave the address of wel come this afternoon. The speakers were Senator Frank U Hussell of Shrewsbury. W. F. McHparran or Furnish Pa. Dr. 11 D llolton ot Hratlcboro,. State lllgh- way Commissioner l . W. Hates of Franklin and A. M. Vnughan of Itan- dolph. p. ,. Davis of North Pomfret was on the program hut he was called home from Kutlnnd terelving a telegram that his daughter, Marion, was danger oucly ill. XJKATH OF WlbU.'.M DO.N'AI.D. Isle 1 .Motte Jan. "JJ. IJx-IJeut.-fiov-e lor N. W. Flslt rifeiM'd a telegram this evening annoiinc'ng the death at Plneliurst. N. V., of William Isuinld of New York city. Mr. Donald wus well known in northern Vermont and spent many summers nt toe home here nf Mr. Flslt. Mr. and Mrs. Fisk will leave tor to-morrow NEW ARMY POST ORDERED Vm lliltni"lilre Summer ItrMihruU Will Fight (lie 'I nking of Thrlr Iinnil by Hie (iov eminent. Portsmouth, N. II., Jan. 22. The federal governmeiit lias ordered condemned fo-tj acres ot land between Fort Constitution and Fort Stiirlt at Now Castle, Just out cide this citv, whicli will be the sito of an exienslve military ikiiL Tho property Ini hides ninnv summer estati. iiinong them those of j!u-b Vendell of New York nnd John Hnrrett of C'hlcjwo, which are among the finest In the State. Hoth oncners have announced thi'lr intention of contt sting a nv nttempt on the part of the govormmnt to tnko over thotr property. Plans for the new post have alrm-ly been dmwn and are. In the hands of the war department. An Initial expenditure, of $on.iini Is- called for. TRAGEDY IN THE CAFE AT MACY'S Iufuriatcd Woman Empties Fivi Chambers of Revolver into Man's Body HAD DEATH FOR HERSELF New v. "li I.ITJ'l.i: Winds .. da that i 'harie N. H., I HI. KIliLbD AT PI.AY. d to- .lan. 22 11 was tho two utile it irn ,'hH'rs Kmpey, a farmer ot Pinlntl -i-r- ri.iiii,! wli.'i j I a v . 1 1 1; al aa upi old tl tnat vh. 1 in; ll . ut l.ih 'in. . ru died in i ig to. ye.ste-da It t i,ng the r Id. I short cnn and . nr. r -ir.t.-, II ..i girl NOISY FAREWELL. I nllnl Mate, ItnKlrshlps Sail froiii llrall to Mnsrllnn Strait, Hio .I.innro. Jan. 22. To the booming i of gin and tlie cheers ot thousands on i tti" aeeoMi'i inv .npr pie- e crat, tint Anierlca'i w lr 'dp" salle. from Hlo Jan- e ro i'h-- af'ernoon oound for Pui.ta j Alien. is on the Majrellan Strait. Ten divs will bring the fleet almost to the midway point of the H.nr1 mile cm f to San Fr it olson and the ships and iIk men 'urn ..I with them to-day the r,e. speed and the good wishes ot the wh'.l Hr.iz li.-m na'ion. Not an untoward itictiDnt had marki the vlsr of the Americans here. Tie were renstcd and feted, otllcers and . dtiting Lie solourn in Hio, and hn'f 'i liopiilatlo i turned out from earlv in '.i morning o give them a fitting sen.; , A., on the arrival of tri .ret, s,, Ht i ib'iirt'ire the uiiavs, the public bub r iinl tlie hills T: cro-rled -with t u-i ' mds wa-cl.ing the -war-hip-i tin' I had diapm-nrl through Cie tnr.u' . , Lie u hlo the open se i. T'e President of tin- 'ern, i' . Io pi nii-i M'ne to Hiii Jani-r i i-in P"".i I.oi.s il iS out eo-en oil.... ,. e. ,i I . i i he yui it Silva i'.hvi w ier 1 1" w.i' lips wer" 'ving. Frnnk. I5mHj-, an Advertising Solicitor, Hid Not Unungh Attention to Jtnnlcur1t nnd Slir Unit Threat ened to Kill Illm "before the -World.'' orac I, lirahani has i in from the attortuy tlier Hurllngtnn. Hut- BEE KEEPER CONVENTION. The ."..'tril Mlilillo Vnniial Vleellng lit btirv .Inntllir.v till. land, ll.-irre, St. Albutis and other towns M iildi'-uuii . Jan 2..-Tie :i.i!d .inna.il and cities bavins municipal bitildinBS nt 1 nucttng ol the Vermont He,. K.pers' .s- vihlch arc Im ated city court rooms an entitled to receive paj' from the State for the tire of sic rooms. Tho judges of citv- oomt are by law entitled to $1."I fot rent of the city o" municipal court room, hut pending the ilcn'sion of the attorney general the State an, 'tin is holding up all such rent bill-. MAHAN UNABLE TO SPEAK WHEN SENTENCED. Iwnninglon. J.u . w ho w.-is i ouvi tod III the veooliil U. gl of his four- i a- -oil! -' Alfred Malum. Satindai- nf murder in o.itting tin iliront nu- ' . Fti.ei M.iban, nage of Miss Nellie Hv. rette and Alb, rt I.dw ii Wit In n il, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Wlthorell of Cornwall. Miss Flonn-o Smith lias returned from Hol lows Fail-- The village trustees have gan zed as follows: Cha'rmnn. Di. D. N b street commissioner. Dr. H. II. M irti' Dr Noble b i.s charge ot parks; Jo r !.. It. lights- F. (! Piper, stock at .ixgc policemen, c N. Dickinson, James M liin hrj. Fay Warren, Mr. Atinclimm nd H I- Turner; fire wardens, Dr. I,. T, Mil.-n W. II. Thomas. J. II. Sar- ' William Jackson and Ira M. Tnv I r -"nlage attorney-, James t: Donoway. Miss Alio Ilyan has entered the em plnv nf Mrs. J. W. Lawrence, tho milliner, m Miner The io. kholdcrs of the Mldillobury Preserving company met Monday morn ing and after suine discussion unani mously voted to disband. The directors -were. Instructed to close up tho matters of e company. Tho shipment of live 'ock Monday consisted of thrco rnr lo.i'l for t e New York nnd Ilrighton markets T M. Chapman lias bought fiom the Oliver Severance estato tho old Reveninc house on Wcybrldgo PtreoL Addison Court of Foresters will hold its annual concert and ball at tho town hall Wednesday evening, February "C Miss Agnes (Jraham of ISurllngton Is t her brother's, M. II. nraluun. Mrs. flp!irt Andii'ws has returned to lkifltun, Mass , after a three weeks' visit -with lier parents, Mr. and Mrs, V. A. liond Fhllll Crane left Monday for ft thrco week'.' liuslnefts trip in New York, Ilos ton and other largo cltli-s.Mondny, mar ket day, eggs brought Sfi cents nnd but tpr 'Si to '."7 cents. The Addison County Ass(Klatlon of Congrfgatlonnl Ministers met at the Addi son HotiM Tuesday. Papcrn were, pro sorrted by the Revs. Davles of Vergenncs, Smith of Middlebiiry. C.ondhart of -Wlilt. In and "Williams of Drwell, Tho llev. C H. Dickinson of MinVlleJiury was moderator and the Rev. George H. Bailey Kllswoith ot Feirlsburgh. The farm contains 12H acres of land and the price was about JI..W. The Vergenncs and I-'ert Kburgli MfCv odist Churches In Id their fourt'. quarter ly confeience In tho vestry ot tlie V - gennes Church Monday ever rig. The Hev. P. I,. Dow of Hutliind. prosidin,: elder presided and Ii. J. Hiistol van elected secretary Iteports were reel .ml accepted after which the following otli ecrs were elected and committee un pointed: Slow-aids, Joseph Carter, P.. D. Kingsland. M. I,, n.irtnn, i: J. Pr.st jl, H. D. Itohurds, F. C. Ward. All-n Hur rnnghs, Holdcn lleneh, Mahlon Kingman, M. C. Field I-:. P lilrkett. C. C Tield. N. I. Hall; recording steward l: J Hrlstol; district steward. Allen Hurroughs, trus tees of church and parsonage property, John Clark, Joseph Carter. M. 1.. Ilarton, Allen Hurroughs-, Holdcn IVach, Mahlon Kingman. H. H. Slack, Frank Hur roughs, A. J. Cuslrmnn. trier of appeals, Allen Hurroughs-, treasurer Vrrgennes Chureh. Miss llattle Winslow, Ferris btirgn, llolden Hcacb; i v ,-imlttee on for eign missions, Miss Hatlie Winslow, M. D. R.irton. N. 1.. Hall, Mis. O. C. Field; on home missions and church extension, Mr--. Joseph Cartel, Mrs C. Field, H. U. ICIiiKsland, Frul C-.isntnin, Mrs. I.ynn Ciisninan; on Sunday schools, Joseph Carter, F. c Ward, S M. Harris. WI! Ham Pi-cue, Mrs. I. W. Tllpper, Holilen Hcnch. Mrs. Homer Hall, F P. lilrkett on temperance. Corydon Harris, C. T. r' Pierce, J. Hnslol. O. C. Field: on ult ra Hon. Miss Luna J. Spencci. Mrs. N. U Hall, V. II. Caller. Miss Carrie Scott H. P. Ulrkett. on tracts, Hidden Ite-icli, Jnlm Clark; on eburcii records, F. J. Hrlstol, O. C Field; on parsonage and furniture. Joseph Cartrr, Jin. It D. Kingsland, Mrs T C. Mlddlelirnok. Mrs. Allan Hut ron bs; on estimating preacii- er's salary, Allen Hurnmghs, M. K Har tou, F. C Waul. N I,. Hall. K. P. lilr kett; on chtitih music, Mrs. F. (.', Ward (Juy Heai-h, II. H. Slack, M. I.. Harton K. ' Hllkctt, lltiiinco committee, F. J. Hilslol, M. 1. Harton, H. I.. Klnuslanil, MIsh llattle Wlnnlow, N. I.. Hull, llol den lleach, .Mahlon Kingman, C C Field, Fled Cushiuali, Jt was voted that the i.roHlilIm: elder b" ifntiested to ttso bis best efforts with the blsliop for the retuin ot tho pastor, tin- flu v. .1. C Fisher, for unoUier year. Cards haw neen rocnivul in thus city tin nounclnr. the approaching marriage of Ittlse Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vordyoc II. Taylor, to Roxford "Wll Ham Wright Wednesday cvenlnB, Fcbrti urr 5, at eight o'clock at the home n thn Viridft'B rarnnts In Rlalto, Cal, Sir Taylor was a former prominent busines Ward, who has been somewhat Improved. . Leonard is visiting in at North Henningtoi. '.tst April, was brought befiire counf. .-ourt this alter noon and sentencrd to hard labor for life, In the State prison ut Windsor When asked if lie li.nl a'n tiling to s.iy why s.nteni-e should not he pass, d upon lam he atleinpti d to speak but his dry Hub refusii to art i.-u,ite anything comprehensable and his counsel, O. M. Harbor, arose and said that tho to. spondent hud nothing to say. There were only a few in the mart room at the time n Ji'dge HnzeMo-i had given no Intimation when th- sent' nee would be given. ton Mis. I". 1 unite ill, is Mrs. Thoinns Hitrliugton. There were :;t deaths. "1 tiltths and I'I marriages In Hiistol in 1W7. Mrs. John McKinnon, wlio has been seriously ill. Is Improving. Letters unclaimed In the Hrlstol postollice January So are for llat tle l-Mtnund, Mrs. Matti" Stoughton. Tie funeral of N. F. Hbler was held at hm lute residence on Fast street Wednesday iftemoon. The Hev. William Miller, the pastor of the Congregational Church, olll ciatod. The bearers wen- S. D. Farr. F. Ward, P. K. Wilson, K. A. liasseltlne, V. 1. Hider and I;, t . inner rue inter ment was in the raintiy mi in i.reonwoou cemetery. -The Outlook club will meet with Mrs. Hatch January M Mrs. Ger trude Allen Is nuite ill - It is an everv ilay occurrence to see drr near the vil lage. Til high school base ball associa tion w ill hold a dunce oni e in two weeks on Friday evenings. Mrs. tieorge I.ivv- rence of Vergennes is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Liw retire Mr. and Mrs. 1 W. Kingman and children have returned to Iltirllnston. Six teams loaded with pulp logs were stalled at the foot of Fast Main street Tuesday afternoon. rn sleighing Is gone. Mr. and Mrs. v . 1 1. Cardi'll w-i'tc In Warren the llrst of the week. OFFICERS MEET GOVERNOR. rnllitl.-ll Catherine vltti Vntblnt; Mlid of What Win Diiiie, Rutland, Jan. Then- was rather an unusual gathering ot SLit. otlleiala here to-day with Governor Prnrtor. Tin v in cluded Attorticy-C.eneral C. C Fills, State Auditor 11. F. (irahitn and T'e.-is-urer P.. 11. Deavitt. John ',. Weeks of Middlobury and Newman K Chaffee of this city, who are on the hoard of penal instituti. ns. also had a ronference with the tiovernor. The executive and Attor-ney-C.ener.-il Flits also net Dr. II. D. Health, and D. W. Kidder of Woodstock, Health and D. W. Kidder of Woodstoek, a member nf the same lord. Nothing was given nut In regard to the m'-oti!i.:s except that they were for jeneral discus-s- n of wtate affairs u ; understood that the board of health neeting had to do with proposed proseeu:lons for non oompllmco with the Ian providing f"r eleanl'iii. s in slaugl tor houses and butcher shops. socluLoii will bi 'nil here Thursday. I January The president nf t' e asso. a- j Hon is M. 1-'. Cram or Northfteld and the secretary, W. "!. Ixirrabee of Shoreliam. The meeting will be held at tlie Add.son ilottse uecording to the following pro gram: At '.Oi n. m.. convention ca'.led to or der; rending minutes ot lost meeting, re port of secretary and treasurer: appoint ment of committees; "Prevention of Spring Dwindling in Outdoor or Cellar Wintering." M F.. Cram, "Foundation--Kind, (.duality and How Mm h to I .- ." is. W. Fn.-srtt; question box. R. H. Holmes; ills, usslon. su.ije. t to be chosen. J, H. Crane: dlscii.ssion. "Which Is best, to kill tlie fiuii'tis when past their prlnn or let the bees attend to mat 7 l"d bv (1. C. Si'ncer; receiving new m.mbers; annual iluw. At :TA p. m.. report of lomtn.lteis. els tion of dlllccn, discussion. 'Will it pay to plant or sow anything exclusively for honey'."' I-d by V. N. Forbes: "Whii-b I.s Hotter, to liny or Pause Your Own Queen:-'.'" R. II. Holmes: report ut committee appointed at last meeting to investigate foul brood in tills State; dis cussion. "Non-Swarming Methods," led by H. I.. I'onard; discus-ion. "Packages for Comb or Hxtractnl Money." b-d by V. V. Hl.ickmer: "Hle.iching Travel .Stained Honey," J. K. Crane: fUe.stion bo, W. ti. Lawrence; unlinishul busl- Hess Tin- C- ntral Vermont and Rutland nads w ili give reduced rates. i ll- v.r ,t alioard the cr'i ji ,.n-t mi v hr-h vva- .n i.-.o I .nu ri.. r 'hi Anieric in tl- wn1 , -I i e- Hi azllia-i w a mail. , ; ' of the entire Vm i. ." , i by Adlinra A ni'.nist. of marine, a-nl D I n. no.- si . ; (if piibli nk-hi--- ..ff i all, he i- I Mm-,, si t r- niaiTiIng 'i. ..' . Aiinn a I Tie m i.- !iti..ii,.i- i si i i at.: i n II lib, m; d. a d i, an a nil. i -s.id-ir. lr ng P. ,1 t blll'-l 111. I.' 1 'I esidenl i ig : .. n ith all 1. lir iz.'i.n. i . .iiii.n L , u - igef.ii r and ri --Nips, ir. 'he ' Mul!-r. .,',.! oil e r flagship ,f an noil'. . ' th" fl..g e Amer Dudley, r.-- Mnnrs. th" nation ii New York, Jan. 22. 8weplnR i through the et-owdrd reMtminint that ! occupies Uie eighth Door of Mar-s cje. ' porttneiit store nml Into the gentle men's cafe to-day, a tall, stylish'. v dreesed woman b-eut for a moment over tho shoulder of a diner, wliUv"' id something In his car, aTe1 thru drawing a revolver from Ier i luff, , emptied the live chuintii r- Pit . lit I body. As the victim, Frank H-uiv an advertising solicitor, slipped lifee-s-o, from his chair to the floor the woman tluti;r the vipon from her and taking a b'econd revolvr from b - r,- ff sltor herself fir.it in th" head arid ther twce In the l)rea-t. Siho di d a ,i i ' hour later, I A note found In tb woman s j irse proved her to Lr- M". . Marv Robcr'H Clark, a manicurist, the widow of I police officer an I stf pmotber of a vix year old won. U.-v. iot I lirad-. was o v ears of ago ,u ti, stile support of i ! Iielpler-sl" ag. I m "u r To- nh'-n h had mad'- a h.;n Tie shoot. rt- w a uie (')iiiii tin 1. n' a series of v.ncrr iiuarriis ,,T.,. .,. eord,r. to the wr.ira bi llltltna'e- n fu'flilment of ii to in . -. t irn -n a publi. pi.v lore ,i. ivor'.l." utiles-.-- h, rri, w..l I the .,--."ions gbe ii:-rn..i t i hav. -e ieivfi' wi ii he via les-i prosp&r and ' . -n ,i pos.tion to befrirnd i nu TRAUHDY li.UStLY TltACLD ' T'di had 1 tt e story na timet, ty . fro- n 'rui . ff- t Mil' I.J. ,f ago FA I h. KLI.S ( IN 'I wa Adi i pu il- I fu. Pi IP Itll.i I ' Oh 'I .i.mas mil. I ' i xpre-si ,1 ' -, r : of li'-azi: ! . or.ol-id.ng "I : - more " rt -oipon.l. MIN.NKSOTA. M ..i, ta, ther i,g. I greeting.-. I 1 ttl speech ,. .-' wishes f"r nd her Pro.si . '. (tod blcs.s the tl I a' 'i J mane had ' .e niarri. il .1 i t-er died a ia' i.i.. Clark ami i Id. tirst as lb. il '.in ilieatr. .-ist. SI i- w is . i ..pear mi ib i t I. v - -ho du. I', 'ii w at i -i.ni ' tlg..st is able Hi r - d P osner-l .li',! ,, - I 1 I I'ill SHOREHAM. the -tlr. to The iuni'ir? gave a so-.al m Indies' rooms Tucsdny evning.- and Mrs I. II Totlinghani wont Rutland Thuisdny Mrs Totlinghani will remain several d ivs wltli her sister, Mrs. D. C Pleii e - Miss Klixn beth C. North is In liiirllngtotl, Hie guest of Mrs. T S. Drown Mrs. C. W. Kidder went to Hurllngtnn Friday. The annual meeting of tho Womnn's Missionary society was held with Mrs. C W. Howntd Thursday afternoon. These officers were elected: President, Mrs. C. N. North: first vice-president. Nellie A. Tottlngham; second vlce picsldctit, Mrs. A. M. Smith; secretary and tieasnrei-, Mrs. II. 1! Hurge; superintendents of work, .Mrs. A. C Tottliigliiim, Mis, Henry Wrlglit Judii' 'ind Mis. lllngham of Coinvvall were In town Saturday. Miss F.lv.ubeth Nuith Inn. retuiiied fiott. Hurllngton. Mis. Frost of Hrldpuit is the guest of her father, ii. H llnlinoj. Mr. and Mrs. Ura Hlbbs of llridporl weie reiein guests oi her sister, Mis. A I'.. Tnitingnatn. The funeral i Mrs. Kate Diidlev, who came here from li eland long ago, and was Shorchnm's oldest Inhabitant, was held nt St fienevieve Church Monday inortun Continued on Aid Pusc) ARGUMENTS HEARD IN SUPREME COURT. Montpelier. Jan. court this morning rase of William A of taxes -s Mar.i ''- - In supreme he Rjtland county Stnitl, as collector V Suiinarri, It V Norton, and the First Nat onal bank of Fair Haven trustee. wnH ,rpiied. This ease Involves the loliectmn of certain taxes in Fair Haven, am n thn lower court, In l!'iH. the plaintiff was award ed a verdi' t of Jf.T'.i 7.1. The Franklin county ci..-e of F. W. Hlondln vs Fvangi lino AleArthur. ct al, was also In-nrd this afternoon. This Is a bill In ' hancery In wllch tho title of certain lands at Ht. Albans Hay Is in dispute. It mines to supre-no court on an appeal from the roport of thu mast er In the lower court. Pl-JCFLIAR P.U'PHR CASi: AROUKD. The Uimoillc county case of the town of Morrlstowti vs. the town of Hard wick, in winch suit l-s brought to nvover tlie I'Spiiiscs f burying u pauper, was aiguod this afternoon by p. t;. Fleet wood for the plaintiff and Vv. A. Dutton for the defendant. The tu. h In this case are somewt.al pev-'uhar. L ulng the life of this pauper the town of HardwicU paid the town of Moirlsvllln fur hl.i support, but would not pay tho bur il expenses. In the Windsor county ia.s of Ida n. Ricllilldsi'il Vh. tleorgo I.. Fletcher, tho enlrv has been ordered, Jii.lgmenl or thu county court nffiimiM. In .in, Windham county breach of promise, e.tfio of Katherlne n. Dunlevy vs. k. j. Kenton and truster, .irBUed this trim, the Judg ment of the lower court i reversed and Hut twiMi rtnaantJftd. FORMER SECRETARY SHAW ANNOUNECS RETEREMENT. Will Resign Presidency nf the Car negie Trust foniiun Mnn'U I Hud IIHTrreni'r of Opinion ItegnrilliiK Pollcj. .sew- iiirK, Jan. ... i.esue .vi. suaw stated to-day that he has not resigned from the presidency of tin Carmgle Trust company, but had c infracted tu sell his holdings in the coiupanv and it paid .wording to terms, would re.-tgn March 1. He declined to disvnss ditTeri-nces vvhlcli have existed betwen him nml Mr. D.c'inson, who with his immediate family owns control of the institution. Mr. Shaw savs ho came to the Carnegie Trust company on his ret rement from the secretaryship of treasury March I. under contract with Dickinson and his as sociates in control at a salary of $.n;,(no a oar Th" compiny is in good condition nnd has made very satisfactory growth and showing. When eight months old ll had over VS . 1 ', 1 " of deposits which Mr. .Shaw points to with satisfaction iu breaking all records of eompanhs wholly unaffiliated w.th nnv of the latge tinaticial insftuLons of the ntv. When It developed that Shaw and Dickinson differed as to policy and methods, Shaw propojed purchasing con trol of the ins-titutlon, but Dickinson de clined to consiikr the offer and Shaw therefore contracted to sell to Dickinson. Shaw s.iys his best wi dies remain with the Institution and ho h ip fu'- its c ia !l ll.'ed Cilccess. Shaw declined to discuss Ills pnlitl- 1 ambitions, fuitlier thiin to say he 's i tnucli Interested "In a wise solution of jui lie questions as ever, and as certain , Ids convictions that tho continued sue ,., ss of tho party In power Is essential to thu end. He has made no arrange in. nts for his business future. His agre. m, t was not to announcn his probable retirement from the Carneglo Trust com pany until March 1 and Us becoming publli at this time Is regictted by him. 3. oil Tl and -. l . St He- , ve't Will! Mmiii - tin i- and oi In- .1. 2 guns 'i , returned to hi- -to a point "tf w atch t lie dui a About throe o (loot began tu single column a cording to dii'isii ing. Three ,ni uavv followed t. tb slilps, sev en . ri. troyers and in tu Ville (iagnoii ii. an having- on boar I tatoi s f roni .-t " launches nnd m spot ting club-, a forming a stirring Slowlv ..t llrst tli" w C, a thou - age for the ,- he Cniteil l"nt Roose- W.'si I nail" i- h.iaiil the s t 'ur among - i'. exchanged I ! the ilagshiri I '- l'e.ina then w ." Ii proceeib d V legagnon to .' tie ships, k t ' i American , .- pa --Ing out in i i rse order ac ' . Alabama lend f the Hrazlilan I , of three li.it . rs and six iles- . n itnty of Fort . steamers circled, 1 I,.' l-.lllils of spec r. hindreds of 1 1 iraft from tho I gaily decorated, sii,-, '..ii le. great warships mov- .i i .1 suooe-- W 1 A IV o- h in . hero ' M ir M Ro!,' r, - 1 g' ' e , - ' pport. J W.lllll'ol w ,nd t . p i i " : -'-a-k' i ii t ' .' -I i -a 1 1 - - i 1Kb 1 . Ii P' !' .1 her i R cr i at P.nuL . . abed a ouar' ellM !Tk .'I'll Mil I p. Mr rtbaw I" a natlie of Vcrmutit hav ing liven t'oru in Morristown Novemboi 2, IMS. H" was tWiii elected governor of low.t, and I'd niary 1. 1WJ, was ap jiointisl stiictarv of the treasury by Presidi-nt ISiKiteielt. being succeeded about n vear ago bv lieorgo H. Cortel you. He has been ciedited with ptesl dcntlai ambitions ed nut as they disappeared from view they were moving at a 10-knnt pace. One bv one as they la. '-d the President's yacht they -aluted with :'l guns, and thu forts replied in kind. There was much waving or small (lags ind handkerchiefs and the cheering S's-ni 'd :neesant with the noisv blowing o' n liundred -whistles from tlie steam cra't About this time a tretin mluus .shower p-ll hut tho majority nf the spectators held to meir posts until tlie last warship had disappeared on thu horizon. Captain P.. R. lngersoll. thief of statT to Rmr Admiral Lvans. interviewed be fore the departure of the tb'et, said that lie iiul no special pi. ICS for tho passage of the ships through Magellan str.ut. They will go through, however, ho said, as a solid fleet. KIND WORDS OF RIO PRESS. Commenting on the departure, of the fleet, tho Journal of CYuumcrco to-day said: "The great priess!o'i wll! soon be set ill motion and the licit will be on Us way again, but in the few das uf Its stay friendships have boon mado and sympathies won. which will have a fur reaching effect In the yeirs to come. The great shins will nt sundown have faded on tho horizon and will be ploughing their way to the Pacific. Rio Janeiro will have becomo for them a tlfinc of the past, but we hope and trust that from the com m iiidi r-ln-chlef to the humblest member of the Heel, feelings of friendship, esteem and idmiratlon will Is ever present. the will to the friends an, comrades whom they leave behind in Rio. "Cot- - fair weather, come foul thev have won the hearts of the Hraziliajih. Ann ric.ins and Kngllshnien In this oit, and as the mighty vessels boom out a I rtlng salute to the public they will take with them the sympathy and good will expressed by her pons m a heartfelt 'tiodsnei'.l you. Tlie Herman cruiser Hromon. which has bt-eti heio tor some tltno past and which iccciitly was uult-red to it-main until the depaituro of the Ameiican tleet In order to nlvo the tii-imali utlicuis ad ditional 'line to make nbsel vatiulis, left tu-da i 'ini t with the American ships. Trtitfiv won't croup If vo 'i e minutes with o Thomas' Fclec dvl3 llko mazic. If the Muliy Is Cuttlnc i colli Ho sure and use that old nnd well-tiled remedy, airs. Wlnslnw's Soothing Si rup for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, nllays all pain, cures wind colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea Twenty-live cents a Dome. few -tl"' 1 -ugh .Nt- Clark t. a -avoiding her ard w home o.-c.usiona! Iy f w da -s ag M - - her attorney and t 1 ' th.ng serious was gumg t Tn-duy she went to lu r c.i'h deiiosit. wrote a n .iptf. r z herself rcferrm-: the reader to r ,itt. . ney and armed with thre- rcv.il.-ero wci to th" store where she knew th.i" rra.J usually lunclfetl. Stepping fnim tne eleva tor, si.e waved a.iide th- wa.tre.-s w ippnui-hed her, and made t r vv hastily t.j 4 small smoku " n a gentlemen, Just oft' the mam dining va Tho big room was lll'-'l w-i'h w rn- who were lmuhing -ifter c rior-ing s shopping and amid tie buz. ..' onversa Hon her agitated T.ir.ner nt'r.i led " attention omy of t-.e waitn-s-es -whom noticing twr aryroat-b ' " cafe, asked if si.'- wrr- -eokirg sen e "Yi-S," she rep''" I 1 vi I I k'.ow w '. rf ia too " PIT1LF.SS MI'IU'..K IN ' V"r Sle bruihed t" g ' a-:t.. art moment stoinl bcliind Hradv s t. a-whls-pered in Ills ear Hefore e ad to reply she hod shoved n 's-vo'v h.s fave and t miu.' need fir nr he.t.1. the n.s-k, t' s io ildi" breast and tr- abdoniiii wn- ce-ssively picn f d hj hn'.et.-, ,ini 1 - ol dead at her fert. Hiving one gla' thc half dozen men netii1. w -i momentarily stunned by c-e t m s dor, Mrs. Clark whipi'i anolh re it f , from her furs and put a hub- t e i " right car and two c'.hcrs in 1 "r i"V""i' The shooting was nit of '. " - -the hundred or moie shopper Cr es tdtirant, but the repor; nf t' I - in created cotistonrition and ".en w v a rush for the eb vators. ::nir-lov. - u p ce f'uiokJy closed tin t - - - 'i't i; o(T a view of the smoking roof and ifassured liie women if.-s -civ ' w oni realized what had occum-st Tho p Mce broke the news 1 Pra aged mother a. a the dem - n-e'v uou thar,-e it the dead woman - ' '1v MORRIS K. JESSUP DEAD. n inn Retired Hunker W'ii I'roiiilncnt Pliltnnthrople Work. New York, Jan. ?2 M ' -i ' retired hanKcr ami bou; i i , civic affairs, died early thi- nt his home on Mullson avenue heart disease. For two weeks he 1 i l been conllned to his bed Resigning ns president of the Cliambir of Commerce n i'itr ago, Mr. Jesitip severe il prniti cally his last connection with n-llve business. In addition to his larpr busi ness liiteri'Sltf, he vi as promlniiit 111 philaiitlii il'lf ami sucntiUc nsr ,t tions lie was piesident of and one - f tint iliief culilrlbuloi s to the Anirr' i-iin-Milsi'iiiii of Nuturul History prist, dctit of the Pcaiy Arctic club ami A-i-ilulKin society. He contributed bilge ly and took nctlvo an interest in vari ous Industrial schools nnd other philanthropic Institutions cstnb'lsheil amons the poorer cl-iesef in New York,