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BV ISLINGTON. T., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1008. NUMBER 16 HAPPENINGS IN T Local Items of Interest From All TeWte r,f tlin 11 C" G Mi Moun. i U.1 Ml HLb tain St .5 ... c THE NEWS BY UNTIES CO o ISf Frnm thr 11 mi it In flic I.nlir 1 tlir I'tmmiiiipilft AIotht Oiler Crrrk uml hy Si(irii of W hite Hhrr riMfnil I,v Sc-1-InI Corrciniu!ou ADDISON COUNTY fiTDTDLEBURY. H( leu i:. Campbell received tin? unexpected news Friday morning total! f om . oi k the Kings county hospital In Now t .nt her wti, Jo-c II. Campbell, was ill ,i.l In Hint. Instltulioti lull their was n. Inlorniatiiiii us In whether death re ilti'd from iil"'.vf or nn accident. Mr. i i , ( i; went i N-w York Friday to in.. i t i prcpan . i winter's theatrical r . ajti m nt i.l i 'F mother lmd not ii ml i.f li, I'hicv-. i.i Injury. Mrs. t .. tnj.bPi! wot." tr, Ncv York Friday to hi ng la'in Cio mrui'i.- Tin' deceased v nl. nit .V Mars i.f ago und nn only (' VI Hesl.le- i 'v mother he leaves n ,t st dougl k i Mr ' n 1 11 ibfl 1 was wido 1 1'i.iui a m .sli Inn. Imth as a r i or mil -i f i n ir-. f .1 pt.i.ver on varum" i ti'UT'ntu, an. I he lmd lllli-il positions i numo-ons high Brail" orchestras - ' ic r. mains of M'ss Satah Keeler. d.ii.i.ter of the Into Martin S. Keeler rf West Cornwall, were brought here and takei to Cornwall for burial Satur.loy afternoon from HoMon, xvhere sin d'.od r, the i It v hospital Friday, following an oncrulli.il for apponilli'ltR Sho leaves tl to hrothers, both father and mother di ng within a few years. Mrs. John M .rphj went Saturday to Woathorsnold, ' nun., to spend two weeks with her rl mgl tor, Mrs. T. 1'-. Hannlng. -There nro i latnied letters nt the postnltlre for Mm. Il.itt'.o L. I'ratt Mrs. Louis Smith, Harold Hioroo, Urnrkett, fihaw & Land, Prank Daniels and K. T" Sheldon -Hurt Pi 1th and OorKP Palmer of' Itutlnml, fr iner residents, nrn vlsltlnn In town iiirild .Tni'kmnn went Patunlav nleht to Ho . ster. N". Y., to leiniln tliroiiKh tile , j)r and Mrs. An'hi" .1. AVatson ' l'l'iitor are titliiK relatives of Mr. T'utson at i'.ast Mldillehurv. r 'irsl tlakes of snow of the season ' lr re Monday niorninfr. KnnuRh filt i.inv i.'uht on the lllplon mnmitains so at tl,. hills am white. The Uus- 1 i- . le l.mlies of the Ciand Army, v i ' .,ld a vuMIe soi iui tills evenliiK. V fit.i, i mm; sou of John Cota, . t Kin f"i' t"utmint to the runny A lei. l.nvppv In liuillnuton Monday, v . Ik le JnrkoM nreoinpiiuy'ni; him. The. ddli . ir I hr i school team wl'l ko to I Hi d S.it.id.y and play tlie St. Pe ' '' Atl'.V e association The cattle. neut Moi.dny ennslsted of live enr 1 nils f..r New York and Hriuhton. Mon '.u.irkit day, euns hrovmlit S' cents, tin i i-v t.utier 10 to ffi and creamery hut (ev t.. .10 cents. Tim foundation for thu i w fi untnin In front of the pnstoflleu 'I ' ..ii he ready for the hronzo part. 7 .xpeiied that It will be set up 1)0 fr re fieezhiK weather. K. II. Alnirs hni cone ti New York on a peek's buslnesi Irtn Pou.e nf the youm; men are inaklni? a few extra shillings bv RnlnK out In part ies rlsht and huntlnK skunks. Tliere have been some law and odoriferous rnt ks Mrs. llowaid V.. Aveilll lion returned from ltrlstnl. iMward Ixiomls of .-oiestdule Is vlsltimt his son, KrnnU V I.uomis Miss Ida illles went Tucsduy on n three weeks' vacation. pnrt n i u-ii she will spend in New York Statu si i t .e balance in Montpeller U'aldo F Isiiliiht. head cleik nt It. i- Ityder's, v -it T.iesdnv to llakeistleld. where In) t. s mill rled last evenlnc to Miss T' ra K. llai lies The coldest of tlio sea rr uns Tucday nlnlit when It froze hard f i(r , in stop some small stand plpea of t w..ter works. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. K' it V n have been the guests 0f Mrs, M I, lil'Ien, have returned to Mitwnil' ker -The liostoTi Dairy company tv' ich took off Its milk car last fall will p i on mint tier shortly rimtilnK eveiy d.'n Tlie pi Ice paid for milk will bn v l.m'ier, js cents per can or $1 02 jk i. urdrcil. -Potatoes are now beliiK ip' t 111 ami sold for w cents per I isle 1 in (iiiantltles, Mr. and Mrs f'rnrlPS I'cds started on their return inn lv nutoinoblln Tuesdav to their home in Ktaniford, 'oiin. Alien It. Fturtfvant of ,N'ew lliiven liai entored the office of Ira It. Uirlour and will etildv law. J. I,. I inner Is conllned to tl n house hy Illness. i:. E. Yvlsscll In tunkliiK cxteiiRlvo icpalrs nn the Warner Judd house which he has purchased f 'inrles Severuncn has brolien ttrnund for a house on Depot street. Wilson & Itool who botmht out of I,. 9. Knight vfc Co opened for business yestunlay. A hearing wiih held befnrn .lustice A V.' Dickens all day Wednesday In the ruse of Ktatn vs. William Cieo of Hlpton, lio was arrested on a clmrne of assault Ini? John AY. Hodges of tho samo town nn tho hlijhway In Hlpton Saturday. A laiRn number of witnesses, wern callad. Tin in Iuih been lmd blood between Geo find IIodircR for somo limn but on tho occasion In qm tition no particular dam iiro was done as tho assault complained nf was mostly made with tho totiKUM and It -was testified In behalf nf thr defencn that Undoes did soinn of tlin talking Mmrelf besides flouilshitiB n revolvnr nd threatenhiK to shoot somnhodj', Utatn's Attorney I,. (', Ilussell prosecuted nd Ira It, L-iKlour npin-ared fnr the rtofence. Thern was a 1ari?o attendancn Vodnesdny evening nt tho first uncial given by tho Dailies nf thn Oriind Army in their linll, Nineteen tickets wore sold horn Wednesday for tho excursion to Iloston and four for thn Now York excursion. Among thosn who -went to Iloston wero Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. llurke. Mr and Mrs, Frank I.-iPan, Mr. and Mrs .13. l. C'ushmnn, Jr. nnd Mrs. VERMON George W. Hose. Mr. unit Mrs. James Wins it tul Isaac I.. lingers. O. r. Minor mill L. S. Knight wont to NVw York. William I'. Wutson (if Fast Mlddlebury found u valuable driving horse In his posture Sunday afternoon with n bullet hole Just tnicl of (tic rlghl nhotildor. The horse died thr next day. Flank Warren, who Iiiih boon III fur fix weeks, Is nt lust believed to bo on tlin ro.'ul to rinvory. Miss Hnttlo Kellogg of Cream Mill returned Tuesday night frnm Shrewsbury.- Mr. ntnl Mrs. Charles A. Katie hove hcoti milled to Worcester, Mills., liy II. death of Mr. Kntlc'.s mother. VERQENNES. Alexander Hennctt died Saturday morn Ing nt his home on Maple street after a lingering Illness, aged 7.1 years. He leaves a wlfn one sou, Amos, of Wor cester, Mass., four daughters, Mrs. Louise Tatro nf Hast Herkslilre, Mts Lawrence Austin and Mrs. George Lara mie of this city anil Miss llattle Den nett of Hiirllngton. two brothers. Francis, of Jericho and Hcrlln of Hun tington. The funtrnt was held Monday tnornlng. At the annual meeting of the Ladies Aid novlety of tlie Jlaptlst Chinch, tin- following nfll- t-crr were elected: President, Mrs. H. P. Fisher; vice-president, Mrs. W. It. Dal lyiupie; ilirectois. Mrs. J. K. Illnde", Mrs. John Harn.nd. Mr Cynthia Field. The society will nienl Friday afternoon at Mr. J. Klngsley's to wink for tho bazar which is to be held In December. - Leonard I.ellenuf has returned trum Yorcester, Mass. Louis Hock has turned from Walthatn whelo be caml fur Judge U'llllam S. Wilght during his last sickness. Seth Winner Chapter, Daughter' of the American lte olutlnu, met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. It. P. Flslier.-Tbe Ladles' Aid so cietv of the Baptist Chun h will hold a Hallowe'en social Wednesday owning, October Miss (leitrude Fisher Is is lling in Niislivllle, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Squires on their return fioni their wedding trip were presented hy tlie pa trons of tlie H. F. D. route, on which Mr. Sipilres ! thn carrier with 12 sliver teaspoons, two dessert spoons, 12 silver knives and forks besides table linen. George Guugh. who went to Texas and Mexico lint spring, is now nt work In Chicago News was iccelved Sunday of the denlli of Charles Leslie Woodman Satur day at Lavlna, Mont., lifter a week's illness with pneumonia ngeil il years. Mr. Woodman was the son of Itepicsen tatlve and Mis. W. D. Woodman of Walthatn, where be was born In ISst. He attended school In Yrrgennes and graduated from tho high school In 1301 The following year was spent In study at Vermont Academy, Saxtons Hlvi r, when he was In 111 health which com pelled liltn to leave that Institution Ho then entered the employ of tho Veimont Marble company at Proctor. Cm Octo ber ISnJ. he went to Toptkn, Kjiis, anil subsequently to Hillings, Montana, fur a change of climate. Mr. Woodman was a member of a corps of constructive en glneers emplod by tho Great Northern It.illrond company. He Is survived by his parents, two sisters. Julia and Louise, and three brothers, Dann F., of Hutland and Stanton and William of Walthatn. A series of icvlval servicer, commenc ing November ii will bo held In this city under the auspices of t ho Hev. J. Wil bur Chapman.-Thn ladles of the Metho dist Church will hold their annual chlck- n pie supper In the parlors of tho church Tuesday evening, October Co The. Hev. J. C. Fisher assisted In revival services at Wlnooskl Tin sday. Nor bert McAuley of IhnUngton passed Sun day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McAuley. ,T. A. Williams has Just lin isliecl drilling an artesian well for W. T. Diiscoll. Til" well Is llli feet deep, 7j feet of which i through sulld rock. The wat- r comes to within 1 feet of the surface and the well has u capucltv nf TJn gal lons per hour. Dana F. Woodman of Hutland Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Woodman. Mis. c. ", Solple has resigned as directress nf Junior Auxiliary of St. Paul's Church and Mrs. IMwin lyowls has been appoint ed to till the vacancy. William c f South Nnrwalk, Conn., Is visiting ids mother, M.'s. Frederick W. Cue. -Mrs. CasBlus T. Warner has been appointed secretary ntnl treasurer of liu.lor auxi liary of St. Paul's Church and fin fltst meeting well be held Saturday at p. in., at Mis. Ldwln lywls's Walter Mld- dlehrook of his parents, Ilerllti passed Si.iiilny with Mr. and Mrs. T c Middle- brook. Mrs. Mnry Hlnger Is ill with the grip. Mr. and Mrs. Mellaril McDoiifi.i.l of Ilos ton niu visiting their cousins, Mr. ond Mrs. G. F. FUlier. Mrs. Henry Stone and daughter, Ann, of Daub) nro visit Ins Mrs. C'ahlll and daughter, Mrs. IM ward Palmer. A son was horn Monday to Mr. und Mrs. John Clark ..f Walthnm. George Otis Hall has gone to Luvrence, MhhhT, wliero n lias a p.s.tirju In tin F.sex County Training School for Hoys. The 0. H. H.'s will give a Hallowe'en social at tlie Haptlst Church in Addison Friday evening, October 3n Mrs W. D. Smith and s,. George I. HulllH have letnrned from Smith Wnll Ingford. wlieio they weie . .ill,. to at tend a funeral. Floronn Gtniigei of Monk ton will five a chicken pie supp. r Friday evening. Mrs. Hubert P Hilggs. daugh ter and son wnnt yesterdas to Itandolpli to visit hor parents.- Mr ntnl Mrs. c. w. Sclplo went yeslerduy to Huttfonl. Conn., to attend thn marrlann of tlielr son, Charles lxiuls, to Miss Lisle llurdlclt tn-day nt high noon.- MNs Ada Wlllnrd Is helping In the postotllc dmlng Post nuiHter Thomas Mnck's .iln-en ,. Thn fu neral of Ooary Hlllott wile neld yester day morning nt Ht. Petei's chtip'h, thn Hmv. L. A. Venlna otllclatlng The bear er wero James Tucker. Frank Hushev tieurgi) Stone or .vortli l errisburgh and Edward Ciown of Crown Point, N. Y. und lutonnent was In thn Catholic ceme tery. Henry Hitchcock of ornell visited his sister-in-law, Mrs Hubert McLs-ugh-llli, yesterday. 0, K. M Cainse and Mrs. Philomon Daniels wem married at St. Peters' Chutch Tuesday evening, tho Hnv. L. A. Vo7.lna pertormliig tlin cere mony. Mr. and Mrs. Caisso left Tues day evening on their wedding trip and will Hiend their honeymoon In Iloston and Lowell, Mass., and Pawlueket, H, I. Mrs .Henry Miner hns gone to Maiden, 'Mass., to visit her daughter. Mrs. Charles Whlte.-Mrs. Edward W. Gllletln of Hut llngton Is visiting her son, George. Gillette,--Dr. H. W. Shlpmaii of ltlchmotid Hill, N. V In thn guest of Captain and Mrs. C, 13, Parker. Dr. J. 11. Powers of Newton Center, Conn., Is visiting his wlfo'si parents, Mr. nud Mm. O. F. O. Kimball. Klllott Honuud of Ht. Albana will return to-day after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. itermud. (Continued uu pnge 2.) THE LEGISLATURE IS ST, ALBANS Suspends the Rules and Passes Houso Bill No .1 to the Governor. CONGRESSMEN ARE ELECTED The nte Is I'ntlfied Sen lilt l sinrt (Iff Well wr.,rnn Unl for tme Laboratory Liquor License ler to t.o fo Mate Treas ury, A nut tier. ..Montpeller, Oct. 1 1.-Ill Joint assembly this afternoon tho Vermont Ix'glslatuie foimally ratified the otllelal votn for con gressicin east In the ilrst and second districts at thu Septembei election, -is pub Mailed In the Free Pi ess this mottling, and Dm Id J. Foster of Hutllngtoii and l'riitm Plumley of Northlleld were de el.ired elected cnngrcsmen from tlie first und second distilcts of Vermont for two iirs from Match I, l!i'.'. The urgent appeal of St. Albans for nnthoilty to Issue bonds to Increase Its water supph ns provided In tlie bill In troduced yesterday by Mr. Watson of St Albans city was boiled liy the Legislature, in botli house tho tules wete suspended, the 1.(11 was read thu third time and passed and before noon It lind gotio to the Governor for his signature. Tho Senate and Houso adjourned thl- morning until thiee o'clock this after. noon to allow several mcmtieis of both bodies to attend tlie annual meetings of the Vermont Mutual and the I'nlon Mil t tut 1 Flrn Insurance companies STHONG TKLKPlIONi: HKSOLFTION rho r solution Introduced In the House. this morning by Mr. Hiirtln nf ilrookllne, which was piii-sed liy a .'eeble mnlorlty votn after It had been twice put by t'le chair, is almost revolutioliai y In its nature and will mako the telephone com panics doing business in the Statu sit up and take notice. Tlie resolution as adopted authorizes the speaker to up point r commlttio of live members to innko a thorough Inquliy regarding tho cost of original construction, operation and management nf tho telephone com panics of thl.i State, Including the annual eoht of repair mid Rencr.il deterioration and whether the llt.es were eslabllshei with proper regard for the safety of tlw people and their prnpeity; also I lie charges fur servlcn by tho respective companies. Thin committee Is to mnk Its iepott days and tnony n nd to the House within twenty Is empowered to take testl employ a stenographer an typewriter. Tlie Introduction of bills started off In good shape In 1 otli house to-dav. The bill Introduced Into the Senate by Senat liutlcr of Hutland M.ionds the act now In force regarding appropriations for the State laboratory and appropriates $lo,0iM annually for the expenses of iliat In stltutlnn. L1CKN.SK FWrtS TO STATIC. .Mr Otis ot Button introcluced a bill In the House, which follows out 'hn rrrom meiidallotib of Govcrniii F. D. Proctor and provides that all fes jmld by llcen sees for liquor licenses shall go Into th State treasury. Tho bill Intioduced by Mr. Walker of DummeiHton shortens tho open search fcr trout, Biiliiion and long in brooks and stteams, making the op easoii troin April l lo July 1, and in ponds and lukcs from May 1 to Septein ber I. I'ho annual nieeutig of tho Vermont Hlstorliial society according to its, con stltutlon will bo held In Its rooms at tho State House Tuesday, October "0. This meeting will be at onco adjoin net! to Tuesday afternoon, November 10, when the annual business of tho society In eluding the election of otflcers will 1 transacted In the afternoon, and In tl evening or t lint day tho anniversary ex crclses will be held In Heprescntatlv hall, and will Include an addtess by tho Hon. Henry W. Hill of New York. A Joint resolution Introduced by Mt. Delloer of Montpellnr this afternoon and adopted on the part of tlin Houso grants the usn of the hall that evening to tho society. FARMERS REORGANIZE CLUB o. Martin of I'liilnlleld President too LcBlxliilors .loin. The roatroom ct the State House was crowded to overflowing to-nlglit when the. farmers of the Legislature met for a re organization of tho Fanners' club that was first organized In 1W2. W. N. ady Mddlebury, tho president of tho club lu I(.,-, presided. Tho sentlinenr nf tho meet ing was strongly In favor of continuing thn organization. Mr. Cndy explained Its object and remarks In Its f.ivor were mndo by Mr. Fletcher of Ciivcudlsh ,i r Hitchcock of Plttsford and others Of ficers ivere elected for the ensuing two years as follows- President, Hep. o. 1, Martin nf Plalnfleld: vice-president. Hep. A. M. Fletcher of Cavendish, sivretary. Hep. George c. l llnt of Ilethel; treas urer, Hen. James Kennedy of Wllll.ston: legislation committee, Heps. W. F Walker of DummerHton, John llutton of St. Albans town, D. II Marshal of Huike About 1 f tho 131 rarmers In the Legislature Joined thn club to-night. nH object Is to foster discuss and promoln legislation favorable to thn farmers of Vermont. LI IC. I KLATI V F, NOT HH. lloprcsentatlvo W. I). Woodman of Wiiltham wiih called to his homo lids afternoon by tho death of a son. Any ono not having ordered thn Freo Press for his own reading, or to bn scut homo to hln constituents is requested to call at room 4, thn Pavilion, befom 0:00 p, m. to-day. Thn Vell.unbl.i Hev. A L. Cooper of Kandolph was an Interested spectator of legislative prncisMllngN to-day. Dr. Cooper was enapiain ot tne House 44 years ago this fall, while bn was pastor of the Mf'thodlHt tiiurcli In Montpeller Desplto Ids In", years lm is m,(. Ueto than many innu two decadea !.. Junior II. G. Tlinnin" of Stow,., Slate sb and game commlsJlniicr. met the joint commit tee on game and fisheries after adjourn ment this nftPinonn to ill." us with them IKh and game bill" that me likely to be illtrndliced Into the. leglslutiirn this ses sion. Nothing d. tltilte was accomplished but several nuasuie.s wprn Informally dll.cilssed. If you have not tlllcil the I.l m nulerlng the Dally for jour seat , yu without lelay. Any one not having received the Free Ptess order on thu State blank piovinus to October II, Is ieitiested to leave a written complaint at room 4. tho illlon, befote noon IomIiiv. Hepresetttallvw F. C. Williams of New port entertained members of the Ieqlsla titre and Stnte olllcers from Orleans iiunt v t 111 i evering nt ids moms at the Hlverside. The affair was i ntirelv In formal and wns to ennble the Orleans ounty ineti to pet acquainted. Hefresh- lneiil.s 'wore served. The mailing list of Irvitiitlons to Hie ball to be g,' en Thursday evening, October 12. hy Guv. G. II. Proiily was sent out to-iln.v b A. H. Grout, secre tary of civil and military affairs. Invita tions to members of the Legislature and Slate nfllcer'- will be distributed to- morrow. Tlie mailing list ontalned TnO names and tlie t.tul number Invited will be around t JD0 OFFICIAL RECORD OF DAY. SL'NATi: -l'OHILN'OON. Senate railed to orib r by the ptesi everclses bv the of Tuesday read dent. Devotlot.al chaplain Joui mil and approved Joint t esolu' ion ftntn tho House iflv- lng use of ASM inblj, Hull to Daugh ters of ISi; on tne evening of October 21. adopted In concurrence. Senator Corrv of Washington offer d Joint resolution providing commit ter of live members to consult with reneral coin'm; ee relutltifr to tercen tennial celeiir.it Ion l pon motion of Senator Fllnn of Windsor the resolu tion was laid upon the table. Senate committees to canvass votes for Congress were announced by the ptesldetit ns foil w: Thayer of Addi son, Potter of Pennington, (ileason .if aledonla. lllnghiim of Chittenden. Vance of Fsser. Harney of Franklin. Wright of Grand Isle, Gross of Oi - linns. Milntyi" of Hutland, Hliss or Washington, Gorhntn of Windham and Sliervvln of Windsor. I'lie president announced tho follow ing as the Senate member' of the Joint mmltteii on taxation: Senator Minn of Windsnr. Senator Lewis of Orleans, Senator Kidder of Windsor. Joint resolutions from the House providing for Joint assembly Wedties- lay afternoon at two o'clock was amended upon motion of Senator Gib son ho ns to tend 3:1 S o'clock In place of two o'clock. Passed as amended. Houso bill. No. 1. r-latlng to the bonding of the city of St. Albans rein bed the Senate referred to com mittee on muiic'pal corporations. Cpon motion of Senator Fllnn of Windsor, the 'inmittee was given permission to sit curing the morning session. Thr couiinltten reported fav orably to Its passage. I'pon motion nf Senator Gorhatn ot Windham the rules were .sipended and House bill No. 1 was passed .n concurrence. On motion of Senator Sherwin ot Windsor, the Senate adjourned. SHNAT : A FTI I KNOO N Senate calif il to onb r by the piesldenl at three o clock. The Senate then entered Into Joint assembly with tho House In accordance with tho resolution adopted at the morning session. HILUS lNTHODl'CF.'D. S. No. 1 I'pon tho reconvening of the Senate, Senator McL'ine of Orange in troduced a bill entitled "an act to repeal Sic. K:i7 relating to olllcers' fees" Hi- ferrcil to committee, on Statn and court expenses. S. No. '.'- Senatfir Hitler of Hutland In troduced u bill i nlitb'd '.in net to amend Sis'. M','7 t elating to appropriation for laboratory of hygiene." Heferred lo com mittee on appropriation i Appropi l.ites J10.ij"0 annually for expenses of State laboratory). APPP.O'KI' HY CiOVlCHNOIt. Joint resolutlo'i authorizing the Statu auditor to draw orders on the State treasurer In favor of the secretary of the Senate and clet k of the House to re imburse thetn tor pigment for news papers. (Approved by i..v. Proctor.) Joint resolution relating to Joint as sembly to rec.ii' reports of Joint can vassing committee npp .nted to canvass votes for State olllcers. (Approved by Gov. Proctor 1 On motion of Senator Kidder of Wind sor, the Senate adjourned. HOUSE-MORNING. Devotional exercises were conducted by the baplaln. Journal of es'i rdn read and approved. Mr. Hrown of Wilmington Introduced u resolution that the Senate and House meet in Joint "sion at two o'clock in the afternoon of October 14, to hear tho report of the Je t canvassing committee. Adopted. Mr. Martin of Hrookllno Introduced a resolution that the spontjer appoint a committee of M0 to Investigate and re port on cost "f original construction, operation and management of the tele phone cotnp.inlf- of the Stnte. Adopted. HHAD Till HI ' TIM I ' AND PASSED. IL 1 Authorizing the city of St. Al bans to Issue warrants for L",,000 for Increasing Its water supply. On motion of Mr. Fish of Vergenues the Houso voted 1" meet to-day tit three o'clock I" the afternoon Instead of two o'clock. Tho chair announced as tho commit tee on the part of the House to con vass votes for members of Congress thn following named members. F1HST CONDItl'tONAL DISTHICT. Addison i entity. James of Wry bridge, Murphv of Orwell, Williams of Lrlcefller; Pennington county, Storm of Dorset, cros'tnan of Heru, I.eray of Searshurg: Chittenden county, Ma v'omber of Vs,'tf"rili Hinsdale of St. George, Grciu f Hnlton; Franklin county. Gld'lllige of llakeistleld; Hr gori of Sheldon. Htltton of St. AlbntlH town; Gnu"' I"'" county. Sowlea of Alhurgh, Tiiilh'M'n of North Hero, Fresn of South Hero; Lainollln coun ty, Parker of .'''""on. Morsn of Wol co'tt Hnierv f K'leii. Hutland county, Key's of 'll11'f' "''""' '',,!t Mendoil. Klist of V- "" 4( outH'"1'1 one in, JUDGE TYLER TO LEAVE THE BENCH First Assistant of Vermont Su preme Court Announces His Determination. WILL NOT ASK RE-ELECTION tie Islies to Ite Free til Trotrl IVrls He Nerds Itesl nflrr Ul I t'lir of rr lee Prohllble Proiiiot Ion nf Judge llnel ton to .Supreme llcncli. Montpeller. Oct. 14-Judge .lane's M Tyler announces that lie will not usk for a rr-electlon as Hist assistant of the .supremo court at this session of tin; Legislature. Kver since his election In l'J ; he has regarded this as ids lust term. He has now finished il yens of service and feels that ho needs rest and recieatlon. Judicial duties air contlnlng and he wishes to be fren to enjoy travel with Mrs. Tvler In this mid other coun tries ns they may have opportunity. Judge Till r v. ill leave the bench on Nov ember I'u next and will carry with lilm through life pleasant recollections of the uniform courtesy and kindness shown htm by Ida associates and by tho bar of tlie State. Judge Tyler was botn In Wilmington April 1.7. lS.Ti. and tbetefoie. is In his 74th yrnt lie represented the second congressional district ot Vermont In thn 4'lth and 47th Congtesoes and In US7 was appointed by Governor K. .1. Orinsbee to the supreme bench to fill tile vacancy caused bv the resignation of Judge Wil liam H. Walker Since that time he has received ten Consecutive re-elections liy Vermont Legislatures. If tlie number of supreme and uprrinr court Judges TcmaiiiH uiichnnged, Judge Tyler's withdrawn! to private life would naturally elevate Judge Seneca Hnzeltnn of Burlington, chief Judge of the super ior court, to the upremo bench and necessitate the election of a new super ior court Judge by the Legislature. TRUE BILL IS REPORTED Presumed fell. Indicted Hutland, Oct. rnl fiinnd .lury Mine. I.niontne. 14. Ono true bill Hns was but reported by the I'nlted States court rand jury lit here to-dav. announcement hns yet been made It Is presumed to be against Mine. La vvith molnn of Hiirlington. charged harboring alien girl purposes, as h..r case for Immoral wns heard yes- terdny. The grand Jury work and the petit jury until October 'JO at two o Is still at is excused lo. k ' BIBLE SOCIETY MEETING. Venerable Dr. e.inpcr ,,r llnuilnliil, I Agllhi Illci'tert I'l.-Hlilrnt Montpeller. Oct. 11 -The annual meeting j of the Vermont Hlbie society wns held ' this afternoon at the Y M c. A. parlors, the Hev Dr. A. L. Cooper of Han.lolph, , the venerable president. In the chair The' reports of olllcers were mad and It was voted to elect an executive oinmlttee to act with tlie corresponding secretar.v during the coming cnr. Tills committee is compos, -d of tho Hev. W. A. Davison of Hurllngtnti, II. A. Slayton of Moriis ville and the Hev. F. H. Kellogg of Waterburj'. The anniversary exi rc.lses of the society will be held next Sunday evening In tlie First Haptlst Church In this city when thn Hev. L. A. Hatnberg, the pastor, will deliver the sermon. If tlie use of Heprpsentutlves' hall a' tho Stat" House can he secured, It Is hoped to later have a public meeting tliere with an address by the Hev. Dr. W. 1. Haven, one of tlie directors of the Ameri can Hlhle society. The ofllceis elected to-d.1,v for the ensuing year are: President, the Hev. Dr A. I.. Cooper of Handolph; vice presidents, the Hev. W. A. Davison of Hurllngtou. the Hev. C. c St. flair of Morrisvllle: recording seeriinrv. the Hev. W. S. Smlthers of Montpeller, con espoudlng secretary, the Hev L, o. Sherburne of Hurllngtou , treasuter. If A. Slayton of Morrisvllle; auditor. Henry Walte of Mori Isvillc: directors, 15. A. Hlshop, C C. holmes, V. S. Smlthers and A. J. Hough of Mont peller, the Hev. F. It. Kellogg of U'nt erbury, tho Hev. H. F, Lowe of St Albans, tlin Hev. J. W. Wallace of South Hyegate, D. M. Camp of New port. O. G. Stlckney and thn Hev, F. A. Poolo of Harrr, H. A. Slayton ot Moriisvlllr and ,1. W. Hurgeii of Lyn don Crnter MUTUAL C0MPAND3S MEET. Officers and Director Chosen nt Moiit pellrr I'lnnncllil Mntrinriits. Montpeller, Oct. 14.-The annual meetings of the stockholders of the Vermont Mutual anil the I'nlon Mu tual Flrn Insurance companies were hold this afternoon at the homo offices In this city. Thn stockholders of the Vermont .Mutual elected ns directors, George O. Htratton, James T. S.ibln, W. T Dewey, K D. Til ft and George Hrlggs from Washington county, J. H. Weeks from Addison county, J. H. Jndson from Pennington county, K, T. Tdo ft out Caledonia county, H W, Henry from Chittenden county; G, H. Hoblnson ftom Hsscx rounty; L. H. Hunt from Franklin county; II. W. Marvin from Grand Islo county; Tho mas C. Cheney t.'iiin I itnolllo county; John II. DuHols from Orans county; ,T. N. Webster from Orleans county; IC. 1. Clark from Hutland oounty; James U Martin from Windham coun ty; W, W. Stlckney from Windsor county. At n subsequent meeting of these directors Georgn O. Stratton was elected president; Thomas C. Cheney, virc-prcsldcnt; James T. Sahln, sec relarv nnd W T Dewev treasurer Uu August 1, loo, this company had C2,8C pollcli'3 in force with asuets of $7.I.K.7T.Mr:. The amount at risk war. 570, i.".s,4l4 1'NION Ml'Tl'A Ij HK-KLKCTION. All the interiors of thn t'ntnn Mutual ! Ire insurance company, as well as thn i.fflci I'm Were leelected as follows. Di rectors ,1 . jpock, A. D. Farvvell, J. H Sri, let, II, ,W. Kemp, Fred Ulanc.h a nl, H. It Denny, Fred A. Hinvlatid, D D. lleineiiwa, T. lloxl" Hall, G. M. Ciimpb.-li, n Henry Powell, Herbert I". Hrlgliam, Henri- M. McFarland, C. H. Lnierv, J Woodfln. Fred G. I'leld. Tliese lid,., tors le-elecled James W. Hi'iuk. piespieiu , Herb rt F. Hrlghntn. vice-president Harlan W. t.i.-.v and treasurer; Halph Kemp, secie II. Denny, as- Blstnnt secretiirv. This coinpiiin now has force of f:.,,li:,l7:.fir. and notes In fun .. of Jj.jl.i.r.s, Insnratice In hns premium I Its total i x- pendttures for Vu.W of wbli h the year have been JlflS, tll,t."J.S.l wan for losses by : in'l . I lie tolul lii-sr.sstnellt of tills l OIll- nany. fcr t. thirty. Hire., .sears of Its organization has been L'S p-r cent HUNDRED GOOD TEMPLARS ATTEND GRAND LODGE. Montpeller Oct 14. The grand lodgn ff Goo.j Templars of Vermont has been m ses,.in to-day tit Knights of Pvtblis hall with about 100 dele gates piescnt. The address of wel come was given by 1!. A. Sumner i.' this cltv and the lesponso by It. ). Sturtevant of S wan ton. The Hev. . J. Hough weJiotned the delegates on behalf of the Montpellnr ciiiinhes, and brief remarks In response wete made by M II. Morgan of Pennington, c. D. Ldgerton of Noithlleld. the. P.ev. .1. W. Miller of Hethel and others Kntitlne woik was ttansaeted this folenoon and tills afternoon the dele gates visited tho Slate House, otll cers will be elected t . i-inoi't o vv morn ing. GHAND 1SI.H FA KM Hit HANK Kl'PT Hutland. Oct. 14. Pearl S. Gotdon of Grand Isle, a farmer, has tiled a petition In bunkruptey with I'. S. Piatt of this cltv. clerk of the rnlted States court. His debts amount to $7,731.71, and 1 h. ussits aggregate Jtl "7S. OFFICERS OF VT. C. E. UNION The ltd. Ileiijiuiilo Swift President l-'leld orkM'r Iteeoiiiiuendeil. Fair Haven. Oct 14 The principal busi ness of to-j.iv's sessions of tlie irird annual eonventlou of tin Vermont Christine Lndeuv-ot union vvas tlie elec tion f,f olllcers and teporr.s of commutes. The new- otllcers are: President, the Hev llenlnmln swift. Wnodstock. vlce-ptesl-dent. the Hev. C C. St. Clare, Mtirtlsvllte; secretary. Miss Grace M. Young, Fair Haven; asslslHiit secretary, Miss Giace Prouse, Hurllugton; tresaurer. ,1 c. I'nderwocsi. Hartland: super lntnIent nf missions, K, G. French, Lvndon llle; superintendent of union and county work, the H'v. 11. S. McOrendy, Mar.ehestnr; superintendent of bible study, the Hev. Sllr.s P. Peiij. Klchford, nssl'tant Junior superintendent, Mrs. IJeutah Hates, iten iilnRton; Introduction superintendent. Mrs. V. C Fuller. Hlclunond: auditor. Karl M. Louis. Pennington: trinsort,ition man asrer, O. II. Henderson. St. Johnshury. In the irport of the tlnaneo committee tt was suggested that V" be raised for current expense- V ifintributlons from tlie niemli'rs The senior member fon trlliutlng 10 cuts inch and tlin ju'iiois Mve. The committee recommended Mi"-s Grace M. Young of Fair Haven for tlie position of field worker at a sal.irv of J.V, per month. The principal addiess nt tlie afternoon session was by the Hoi. W P Jackson of St. Albans T'-riluht tie He. .lames S Kittell. pastor of the First Heformed Chun 1' of lbany. N Y . si.oke ,ci 'in smg i v esrrnent of L'fe " This was !'' , 1. , session THIEVES STOLE PRIZE WINNING CENTER PIECE, Newport. Oct. 14 -While the family was absent thieves broke Into the house of James Arrhlles last night nnd secur ed jn.on In money and several valuable fancy articles. The vldpho.it.! was strip ped nf Its furnishings and a valuable (enter pleie, which took irst pilzes a' the Orleans county and Hl.ertraoke fairs. Is ntnong the missing art!, b s No airest has been made as here are l.nrdli anv clues but a keen w.itcli 's beiiig ki pt for the appearance of tne stub n p'op.rty FAST TRACK FOR LAST MATINEE AT HINESBURGH Hllicsbi.rgli. Oct. 14-T' last Ili!ip burgh matiuio rac of the season was inn over a 'nst tin. I; this afternoon. The special r.u iv i wop l.v Laker's Hrown Jug taking 11 e ilrst. second and fifth heats. Hutcher Hoy won the third and fourth hcnt and third place In th rate went to Hla.lt Dan In tlie green race, Dr. Murphv 's Caprice vv.i first, Vllus'a King George, a. com! and Georgn llusl'.cy's Fred, third THE THIRTEENTH VERMONT Large Giciirstou i;h itoute for t;etljs burg Leave .Nv. rk To-dii. Albanv. N Y, Oct 14 -Tlie !?th Ver mont regiment Gcttyvl.utg p-rtv arrived here this afternoon stmng The 'eft to-night on the ste-uner c "V. Mono for New Y'oik, where they will be Joined oy other members of Ihr reginicrt making a party of aUnil ' All conditions iiolnt to tho most successful excursion 'n tho history of thn association. AHGFMHNTS IN SI'PP.KMH COl'HT Montpeller. Oct. 14 -sigunients were completed In supreme court this mottling in iht. Chittenden county case of lb,. Fulled States of America vs. the Cnlted Slates Fldolltv & Guar anty company. Powell - Powell ap peared for the plaintiff nud Ilorton nnd Ciishman for the defence. This suit Is brought by the federal gov ernment to recover damages from contractors for ceilaln material and work nt Fort Hth.in Allen. BLACKHM1TII KILLED A DKACON. ICtioxvlllo, Tnin., Oct H.-I. II. Wlmjey, tl deacon of the Huclld Avnnuo Haptlst Church of this city was truck and killed hy J, M. Oreerifi, n blacksmith, hem cs terday. arneno struck Whaley In tlie faro with Iff- (1st. In fulling Whitley's head struck tho railroad track, death follow Ing nn hour later Greene has not been en tight Thu trouble arose over a law suit. TftFT EXPRESSES FILL CO D Believes Labor Will Cast Its Nor mal Republican Vote in Ohio. FARMERS OPPOSE CHANGE Il.i m Want to Imperil Prernf l"riisierll.T Sure of n Substantial Majority tn Ills stnte Tlie pf-rlnl Suffers nntlirr Might Accident. Wheeling, W. Vn., Oct. U- .Pulse T 't to-dav concluded his three dav- camr. In Ohio and made a speech tr, U Virginia to-night. Wlmt ho thb k- nt t ,i situation Is set forth In thn f.d wl ,ti Htt.trtnetit which he Issued to-t.lg i have now spent thteo days In tl e Sit of ol.lo. much of the time In lldU rrt and labor centers among men ! . ' was repotted were disaffected and mi pnsed to the Hepubllenn pnr'v i' d candidates It Is my opinion t! ,i t e attitude of labor toward the Hep'. leai party has been TnlBrcpresented q lite ps fteely as that of the nutty and tie . . dldate towards labor, and I find ,o ic son for the belief tiuit labor will .11 t .s other than on the lines that have e , totore divided It. In my opinion t normal republican labor vote will ! i.isl as heretofoie. "In the agricultural regions M t quite apparent that thn fnrrnerR nre opposed to a chango that will imper i their present prosperity. "The situation in Ohio Is nrf v satlsfartorv and no one has nnv rea "onnble doubt but that the rrn'ibllcs.n malorlty will be a substantial r.nc I certnlnlv hnvn no doubt on fie s b Ject myself" The Taft special wns In a sllg'.t h cident to-day near Cadiz, when t'i wheels of one of tho engines pulling the train up a heavy grade Jump" I the track. Thero was a illay of l.s ' an hour No one vvas hurt. BRYAN TALKING SOME. Mntlr S3 Speeches Yesterday mid Mill UnUo i,, T-tny. Hebron. Neb.. Oct. 14 The se oi d dnv's tour of Nebraska by W". ir.i Hrvon closed ut Hebron to-nlgn ' was bv far thn most nthuslns-1 -for Mr. Hrvnn during tne trip n-i ' e rrowds. which greeted him (,t t e "' tdaces where he spoke, were ' e- ,pose ' largely of old friends of the ai. lld.i -who had henrd him many iiin as stump speaker during the im f. enrs. Thren congressional .'strl. s were traversed to-day. ft ,.' ' i one Mr. Hryan made an a; i. a' the democratic oongresslona Iriee. "I Should feel mlgrltv orrsre In Washington If both the Senate a" 1 the Houso were against tne" be sa 1 "hut If you will give me the ltnue I rim sure we shall make the Sena'e feel lonesome " When Mr. Hrvan retired to-nigh' at Hebron, he fxpiesved himself -is b.-i- ir in "he best physical condition be i iver experienced In tiny campaign II has spoken 47 times In the Inst two da s and is apparent)' tho leist fatigued f any man In his partv. Ho will probah y speak 1', times to-morrow. REPUBLICANS UNANIMOUS. Nnnie I'otliler nnd Dennis to Hem! Ithiiile Ivlsnd Stnte Ticket. Providence, H I. Oct. 14-WIib pevff t unanlimty tin Hhodo Island republicnrs at their State "onveutlon to-dnv nomlr j ated Aram J. Pothler of Woonvocket f r j governor nnd Arthur W. Dennis of Pr Ivlilencr for lieutenant governor The platform adopted declared it favor of a revision of the tariff by "the friends of protection," endorsed th "nn.lldac of Taft and Pherninn and commend' I the administration of President Roose velt Tlie rest of the ticket !s Secretary f state, Charles I"-. Hennctt of Provldenr attorney-general, William 11. Greenour of Providence, general trensurnr. Walt, r A. Head of Glooester; Joseph H rietch of Hrlstol. It. Martin Hrown of Pro deuce. Hobert W. Goelet of Newport an t IMvvnnl n. Arnold of Coventrv vf-. chosen presidential electors. ONE BALLOON MISSING. Two tttlicrs of Internnttoiin! t onteiit nnls I.nn.lrn In the Ocenn. Herlm, Oct. 14-Only one of C'e b ' loonr that started In the r.i -e fi t1 e Intnrniitlnnal tropin on S-.tndn Schmargenilorf Is unaccounted fo Is the Oeimatl balloon. Hiisle f-O'O T mil. " w i Dr s the command of Dr Niemever linns nii'deinami as assistant patches received here earlv In t've from Cuxhiiven atnounced that il.-' t ' Spanish contestant. Cnstlll.v, had pivpp. 1 Into the ecenn six miles north of He' golatul and that the navigators, Mnntmo nnd Hohero, lmd been rescued b tlshet. men. This evening a despatch was re cclv. d from Mottle, Norwav , telling ot the descent of thn Swiss balloon, Hel vetia to the oce.in and tho rescio of Col. Schaeck nd K Messner by tlslier mer AGAINST TAFT AND DRAPER .tncl.vi: ett lc.Ierntlon of l.nl.oi Ileclnrc Tliem Knemles ol Labor. Lowell, Mass., Oct. 1 At to-day's ses sion of th. Stnte convention of th American Federation of Labor, It win voted to Instruct tho xeeutlvo board i t tlin Slato federation to begin an nctlvn campaign against Taft, Draper, Froth Ingham and the Statu senators who vote! against the over time bill. These men n'n all denounced as "the persistent onemleH t labor."