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VOL. LNXX1II. NEW SICRTES VOL. LV.
BURLINGTON. ATM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 11)08. HAPPENINGS IN VERMON T Local Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. THE NEWS BY COUPES t5" renin lip I tl n n il , J n llie I.nUp 1 lie I'nssinitpslr, Along (Xlor Cn mill liy Hip Minrps iif Wlilli Jltirr Cncrril li? pe- )i elnl Corrpspondeiits ADDISON COUNT! BRISTOL. v in .'to , I 'in V i - Fa w o re 1 t; IV l. "I- l wedding took place nt tho lirlilo In thf "basin" Tliuri n uii-n Ambrose 1-3. Grow i I" : Hnnuier, both of .tilled in marriage hy the i 1 tlio pastm nf t ho Hap- ,y .i ffw "f tin1 near rein si i ' After a short wi'J" .1,1 n-sido In Bristol. 1 " ',. .ILf'd 71 MVtfS. illoil River street Saturday I i 'mp' s nf over a year. ' .- i . t. -.in nf tin- civil tnpiii'v (5. ltd Vot- -. .i w n mill oiU' 3 n ti c;li -lluilhuit Ho was a i fi mi'.n Post, (i . R. i- sold tli. L 1. HI . Kdu'n Me. I'll i for 31.- ' ' i .' I . o hi ing II, .nil on . , , t -i j ii. jav. snent Suinl-iy m town. 1 .Hvin Moody nf Hunt- M "f Mrs. y m d S.ittu ilav : lllljin s late h"iiu' Sundny aft Lcv. I u. Fshcr nflirl- Lucietla Shodriok I M I SI ' i p " I "rid fum n nt ; TIip '. I Hi - 1m an rs worn l'rank ugh Phii-p Pwlro, T. 13. Smith. Rogers I,i wis Mors" .mil A. .1. Tlio C.r.iml Army ritual wan nnd tlio honrois nf tlio iloccasi'il. s.. idlers present. .tl'ii'it tlio same. r. turned tn Rorh o low days'' vlHlt Frank c. Dunforth .li it tl-o m n 1 1 i i m i n 1 were 10 I'M ' i rl roni i li.- I' i'i Molnt i iv Sunilay after I. s children. Aloiiao ),ui Curl i are lintli In poor t1- Mr. nt ,1 Mti. .r . Jacobs n n turf I o Winoo-kl Slnn-Mt-. I.lzi. .Maxwell, Mrs. .la - n ' thor. WW! uith them tn rc ",r,ni2it 1 1 f. winter. Charles - ti of Rutland spent Sunday hero 1 li s f.itlirr 13 K. F.lllsnn, and his i .Minnie. - 11. i'. -t .n spent Sunday i 1 M rs. .li nt. li d in Mmil'ii lii-i 1 a.-- .1 pnsi t .-in Drown nf Hut lioro with his Strudmati ro M' inlay whoro ihii-m Tho Rev. K WIlKi.n i'i . Sntur'lav .ingollsth i " Sat iinl.iv , I tin- high. tho vision Smith I- mo.". At i lit 1 1 . win It w " i k , Hi Mo! i .--lilt, d r t ' a in, - I s 1 1 1 ;i g 1 tl i Cistern New aon, lio will engage Tho fnotliall lush vs. Miil ln a virion I'i tn 0. Mrs. datives in Star moot- t1 p M,' Ii ti r f It I t t 1 is evening, ill" grand patrnn. 1.. SiiuliUii'l i.l' Sholliiirnr. will ont - Pr llPiinnn 1 laspoltlno nf '10111111, Kv,, Is visltliiK his fnth lso i:. A ll.issoltlnr. Mrs. llas nnd i liihl h.ivu passed the .siim t o Monday rxtitiKUlshril thp lllos ip hoPii burnltm' In thltfl vicinity Saturday. TI. ii t onKrrjratlonal h i-i Inrroasoil Its niPmhorshlp :i t .M.ir.-.MiB. J. It. Ives of Chl- luulng rtoiislo lniprovemrnts hotit her Hiunmrr rrsldonco hfre. iciMitis tuiltod with thn Advc.it Soinhn ! haptlhin. Ovrrsoer of .nr D. K Mi'.idor rooolvpil word ' i. .itli nf Ploronoii Otttnan ii ' .iiii tioal. Kho was a ' .ind lif. iloortro Culnati, i nun ito of tho rotro.it Tin' Intorinrnl will 1m i I 'ikk litis opened a ', Mrs Adams has ro- I iM'ti lifter n vltlt of 1 u. r d iUKhtor, Mrs. W. i: of Iho Methodist Chmrli H mcot this .iflrnmon wllh Mts. lOrnost .1. llrlstol -Mrs. Frank Allen Is III with ner vous ptostrntlnn. Mrs. I,ydla lllldrrthnf l'"ranklln 1'iills, .V. II., ,s vIsllliiK her sister. Mrs. J. T. lllll, and nloro. Mrs. t'lmrlpM M. (tfandy The rondiiloti of Mlsm Mary Hof-s, who has horn III fur mix en weeks, Is much Improved and she is mMo tn sit up. J-'osIrr Voiiiik has returned from a visit to his sisters. Mrs. V. li. Whltcomb and Mrs. II. 13. Wyman of Hnslon. Mr. imd Mrs. M'nlter Hrlslul nre parents of a foii born MoihIh.v. Mrs. Chatup r.i.wrenrp TlurKo nn- nnunres tho en(TaK't. tit nf her dnwrh tor, Helen 1'lnra, to Arthur Collins Tuttle, son of Mr, nnil Mrs. H. A. Tut tln of Newark. .V. .1., formerly of this rity. Mrs. It. I'. ItrlRRs and ehlldron havo returned from a two weeks' visit to her parents In Hamlolpli. Mrs, Lil lian ltobare. who hns lieon visiting her daurjhler In Iowell, Mass., has to turned home. Mrs. Henry Miner, who has bePii lsltliiK lipr daughter, Mrs. White nf Maiden, TMass,, has returned home. The "As You I,lko It" club was entertained Tuesday cvetilniT, hy Mrs. W. l! Warner, Mrs. r. I,. Flsii and Miss Ada Cioshy, at tho homo of Mrs. Warner. Thirty tnembera wero present. Tho nnmiaJ business meet ing, nt whlolt six new members worn oleoted to till varanrles, preccdod the literary prnKram. Tho next moetlnn of the elub will he November 20 .it Mrs. J.eleistrr Ilenton's. SHOREHAM. Mr. and Mrs. dusty Wlssel have a iilll, born October 22. Mis. I). W. 1'ieree, .Miss Kathleen and Master Wilson of San Fr.inilseo are visitors at J.,. II. TYiltlmthnm's. Mrs. Aseph Iirooklns and f-oii, of ilruiid Haplds, Mich., are vIsIUiir lnr sister. Mrs. W. T. Uelano. The ftishmeti of Mltldlelitiry hlijh sehonl to tho number nf "7. with two of their In f.truitiiis had a cliis rlile Friday pvp ninfr. and wote entertained by Mr. and Mrs. John .tones, Miss Kthel. their ilauchlor, Is a member of the class. Nineteen ladles attended the missionary meeting at Mrs. 1,. N. TotlltiKham's Thursilny. Mr. and Mrs. t'hauncev Hod tlsh have moved to Orwell. Mr. and Mrs S. Tt. Wltherell entei'laineil October 'Si. Mr. and Mrs. lllrhard Wnrner of Addi son and Mr. and Mrs. I,. 13. Wltherell of Cornwall, celebrating their third weddlni; nnni eisary. I'AIll), Wn desire to thank our friends and nolfClilior.s who so kindly helped us thrutlKli tlio lire In every way. also for their sympathy in our reiont af llictlon. Mil. A.V1 M1!S. OTIS HOOT ANLi FA.MII.V. CORIfWALL. .Mr. iind lira. F. 13 .Foote are tlio pat ents of u daiiKbtor born October "3. Mts W. II. Matthews arid Mrs. 13. O. I'oitcr attended the State Sunday school conven tion huld at Hollows Falls last vccl;, Jlrs. Kirnorcnux of Chicago, who ad liessed the meetlnif, has bten a cuosl of her cousin, Mrs. I'orter, for heveral d.us. Mr. and .Mrs. J. S, Wins and Mrs. T. P. I). .Malt hew ii have returned from Hus ton l)r. and .Mrs. S. IC. Maynard of liurlint-'ton spent Sunilny with Mrs. May nard's father, O. A. Field, on their way to HoMrm. Frank Hrown has returned from Now York and Hoston. Mrs. Wil liam .Maiinheslor has moved to Mlddlo hury for the. winter and rented her house to M. I. Hrown of Mlddlebury. School No.fi, which was closed for a week liewin again Monda..-Mi.ss Kiitheiino i.rlswold returned Filday from a wiek in Montpeller. Mrs. GeorKo Tompsnn Is slowly re coveilm? from dlphtberia. School In Xn, C. t:int,'ht by Miss Mary Williams. bPK.in on Monday aftor a week's vacation A daiifihter was horn to Mr. and Mis. F. 13. I'ooto October l Henry IMiIkooii lias mined bis family from Hrldport to tho hotim of c, v Otis. Mrs. c. n. Lane spent last week In Mont poller. NUMBER 18. WORKED LONGER TO GO TO GAME Football Not Allowed to Divert Lcgislalors from Business of the Day. SPIGY DEBATE BEFORE KILLING llnllie l)Uinlcil Hill IIpiiioIiik l)l I'minl on Tnr. I'nlil nnil 1'nn-teil TlriKiirp l.lmltliiK Trustee rn i'i' ?I0 lllnliiiiini Di-ei' Hunter lllll At dril, ORWELL. r , "titiicir it i i alt. (ioo In t o moo' In lav oxonliii Stoddaid t e -i inter is Mr imd Mrs. i bur. vs ted .. i 1 is hern visit "i week I3ucen. tn town Thf li. elertl'.'i entr -Hr' Fetor Hi s ! iitr In tin- ii 3r iw returnoil from 'i Tuesday -Miss Anna It t'.o uest nf I 1 i.-etlllKS at ii'icidod by ilnif 13. 1 of Mii-s Inesday. ' ' ' ' l i loin .Sl.ir i; I patron, llr. io v as present, i pmwporr us rondltlon. F. Il.iioollii of Mlddlo l ii n John (lalns in A evl.i IdRO the past ltll'i-e i f HlnesbiM'Kh Is k li t f r the November n or i names. Tho r . f Wr vhrldKO' Is as- i i:s 1 1. Is week at the tltmlf-t Church. VERGENNES. ' J Warren Harties has received r ' t the sudden death of his non-ln-1" J I Sentt, tit Marlnetto, Wis. Fu m Wnt-ion and daimhter, Mrs. Heed, ef M'wiiiikeo, Wis, are lsltlntr Mrs. An H Martin.- Mrs. Jennie (Iiikt of Tl"i ois Is visiting her niece, M:h. II. V. Irm'i ieor(,'o Mlildlohrook lias rented t" e I 'W-er part of thn Wetherboo houso I' 1 w 11 move soim from bl.s farm In Ten sVarKh Thn Fpworth l'iiKUo will I 1 a Hallowe'een Hnelal at Mr imd Ml. .1 enl Carter's Frldnv evenliu,'. Teams be tit KltiKsland's stoin at seven Uel, t Kike tbosn who cam to io -SI' did Mis Harold Hell returned Hutur d t i Uoston to resldo after passing tl I. lonrvmnon with Sir. Hell's Kiniid imrcits Mr. and Mis. Wnhlnn Kinsman. - Mrs l.nman Kmllh if Hrlstol and Mrs. SitHo Konyon of Troy, N. if., are visit Ine the'.r shter, Mrs. Harvey Henelt. Miss Miibel I.awrence, daughter of M A'bert HendiPk. was married Mon f1 mm nine to I'redei lck .Mnllnv of T owe'l Masn at :t Voter's Clmr-h hv - V A Wzlna - Tho t-idles' Aid f'liarlos Sanford, an Orwell boy, died fit Seattle, Wash., Saturday and his funeral was held tbera Sunday The ChiihUan Hndenvor society will hold a social Friday evening. Mrs. Wendell of Albany, N. Y., spent Sunday In towa. L. It. Neodham and JudKn Hranch atul family were In Hiandon Saturday Sir. and Sirs. l-3dward OchampaiiKt, and daughter returend to Sprlnprllold Slondav after a week In town, W. U Itoberts bus sold a ear of 0n bushels of potatoes In town nt 6. cents. Tho Masonic IndKO Is prepntliiff a play to bo Klven Thursday ovenlnir, November 3 In the town hull, followed by a supper. Miss Jennie Ondue is In Manchester. The Village Improve ment society bus elected T. J. .Murphy, president; II. n Hranch, vice-president; .1 II. Thomas, treasurer; O. I,. Smith, secretary; C. I,. Stay, Sirs. C. I, Stay, Sliss Addln Raymond and Sirs. SI. ti. Abbott, ways and moans committee. WEYBRDDGE. Stiss Vera Warner Is nt homo from Rutland for a few days. -The Rev. I'rter Heller Is in RrlslM this week asvistinf- tl revival niof i Ihkk Th" party which was to have been f-lveu at tho .Methodist ('hiin-li oi toiior :tti, has been postponed until Friday even ing, November 3ft. (1, K. chllds's new stoek barn Is nearly completed,--Mlsj Slay Williams of Hr.mdon, a former tencher hero, was the Kuest of Sirs. Adams and .Miss Sampson Sundny.--.Miss l.ncy Rider Slynrs of Chicago Rave an InteiestlllK talk to tho .Meth odist Sunilay school Sunilay The Rev. Henry Hi.lley of Lnntr Slonilows, .Mass., pleached at the CoiiKreffatlnnal Church Sunday. .Martin Sturtevant Is putting tip n bulldlnt? for W. II. Mali, the boat bnlhler .Mrs. John llndKo of West Rutland was the niiesl of hi r mother. Sirs. Sarah Hrlttoll, over Sunday. Hvrt Dodifri of I'roolor was the kuohI of his parents. Sir. and .Mrs. 1,. H. Podh'e, Sunday. NEW HAVEN, Sir. and Sits. Harry Harrows are the parentH of a son.- 13, S Rowley of Shelburne Is visiting his son. 1 ' 13, Rowley. Mis William I'm toll of liui -lltigloii is vIhRIiik In town. J, 13. Havls of North 13lha, N Y.. w-as thn truest of Ills cousin. J 1-3 Davis, tho lust of tho Week. William llliunaii In visiting his brother In ('hazy, N. Y.--.1. 1' Rowley, who has been lu tho employ of tho Vorinont Slarlilu com pany at Centor Rutlaml ami Rutland for four years, has been sent to Phil adelphia whom ho will havo cliarfo of n largo plant owned by thn Mar bin company. J, l- I'eck of IMIddlo bury was nt O. C. Coates's Sunday.. Sirs r. Adams Is at home front Hi'lstol (rontlniird on pngp Z.f Slontpellor. Oct. i1!. Although the lKlHlntuto ndjourncd early this after noon to witness thn football game be tween Not Utah Fnlverslty and tho Fnl vorslty of Veimont at Inteivltv Hark, they made up for it hy worktntr until nearly half past twelve thl.s inomlnK and going In n half hour earlier than usual thl.s nfternoon. The House had a npley dobatn thl nfternoon on tho bill Introduced by Mr. Hitchcock of l'lttsfnrd which removes the four per cent, discount allowed on taxes collerted, makes them payabln to tlio town or city treasurer, nnd adds n penalty totaling twdvn per cent. In'onn year for non-payment of taxes. Sir. Hitchcock mule a straightforward, rea sonable plea for his bill but the House was almost solidly against It and after speeches In opposition were matin hv Sir. Fletcher of Cavendish, Sir. Mirtln of I'lnlnll'-ld and Sir Adams of Marl boro, tlio bill was dismissed by an almost nnnnlmoiis vote, on motion of sir. Adams. ICXF.MI'T FItO.M TRFSTBEINC. Another debat" occurred on tlio hill In troduced early In tho session exempting waes of laboring men to the amount of $Ki from trustee process. Thl.s bill had passed Its third reading and was ordered io no several claws ago. Amendments proposed by Sir. Tin vis of Springfield were voted down after considerable dnlinto and tho bill was advocated by Sir. Harbor of Hrattleboro, Sir. Tllden of Harre city and others and was finally passed with ery few "noes in opposition A similar bill passed the House two enrs ago but was killed In the Senate. a it'll was introduced in the Senate tills nfternoon from the joint committee on game and fisheries which provides f n n license of ono dollar a year for i"M- ftents and Jl., per year for nnn-i esldents for hunters uf all kinds of game In -lie open s-oason, thn proceeds from such licenses tn be used hy the state fish and K.inie commissioner in the proposition of nsii nnd game. HOW13 ASII3ND.T HOWr.'P HILL. The most Interesting feature nf thn morning session was tho discussion In the House of the bill Introducer! t. Sir. Howe of Fennlngton nrovldlncr n penalty of not less than ton years or a tino of not more than $1,000 for enro lessly or negligently .shooting or wound ing a human being during th open season for deer, or while hunting nny kind of game. .Mr. Howe of St. Johns hurv offered an amendment which makes the measure a little less dras tic, to the effect that a hunter must mlstak.i a person for game to be H-uhi- under this law, which ho advo cated with force nnd ability. This amendment was supported by Sir. Wil liams of Newport, Sir. Fish of Ver geiinus. Sir. Slartln of Hrookllne, Sir. l.oeklln of Rlchford. Sir. Coodall of WhltliiKhatn and Sir. 13mory of I3den. Sir. Howe of Hennlngton supported the measure as orlglnnlly Introduced by him and after lelng amended as proposed by Sir Howo of St. Johns hury It was almost unanimously or dered to a third rending. Senator Fllnn of Windsor intro duced a bill In the Senato which vines mat inonoy Mmll not be Influence voters In hlblts paying for voteis or for Tho The House ' ommntees on edticatlnn and approprl ii Ions g,in n preliminary nearliif In llie supremo court room this evening on Hi" bill Itittnduoed by Sir Slartln of iMalnilein providing for tho establishment nf a Matn normal and In dustrial si'linnl and apprnprlatlng Jl'J wi for Its ere-'ton and eii'ilpment, SI. H. Htone, state superintendent (,f educa tion, and others appeared before these Joint rnmmlttei in favor of the mens ure. other hentinps on this bill 111 be given later. HAD TO I1I'3.T) l,so NAMES. An unusual sembly held till' poil of tho l ranva.sM votes feature of the Joint as morning to hear thn ro invasslng committee to for county and probati "ino.jt nun ini'ii'i-s oi mo peace, was the rending by tho secretary of stato of the l.MX) Justlies of pi.no In the M towns ami cltli In thn Slate. At fiumer legltlntlvo sessions the reading of th nnmes of tho Jusllces of tho peace hati been omitted, bt.t no otie mado a. motion to that en'ect this morning and Secre tary of State Hnlloy travelled through them lu less than an hour. nny. ueorge 1 1- I'louty nddressed tho pupils of thn high school this morning on their duties to the Stute and on the wiiinj oi good citizenship. The Governor was escorted fmm thn Stato House to tho high school by thn drum corps, playing "Our i . 'Vernoi 's Starch" com posed by William Hartlett The high selmnls from Slarshlield, l'lalnlleld und i a hot Visited the Statu House to-day and received tlrst hand Impressions on the way the laws of Ver mont ale made. 131.I3CTION HF.TFHNS TL'liSDAY. F. C. Williams, chairman of the re- publlenn Stale riiminllteo, has arranged to havo the headotiai tors of the commit tee In Slontpellor to get the election to turns on Tuosd.iv evening. A bulletin board will bo pin. pd In the lobby on the first floor of the State House unon which the returns will bo given as fast as re ceived. Sir. Willi ims will ask each town committed to report tho vote of his town to the county member of the Stato eom mltce, as soon us the vote Is declared, and the county member will nt unco for ward It to lieadiiiarters. At thn request of the national nmi'llonn committee. Sir. Williams has ask"i the republicans of each town In the Slate to contribute ten dollars to the national cumpulgn itind, and many am responding. OFFICIAL RECORD OF DAY. SlCN'ATI-3 -FORI-3NOON. pro- used to ruuousea und pro transportatlon of or for political workers. present law regarding annrch- Ists or conspirators provides the death penalty for three or iiiiirn persons act ing In concert with force nnd violence to attempt to Hill, wound nr rob n person, corporation or community, or to burn or destroy buildings, railroad or stonmboat property. Thn bill . trodueed to-day by Sir. I.vford of Warren changes thnt penalty to Im prisonment or fine. FOR STATf3 FAIR FRI3SI11J.MS. Sir. Haonn or Hartford, chairman nf th" House committee on appropriations, introduifd a bill appropriating $r..ii an nually firr the years liiffl anil 101D for the use of tho State fair commlsslonets In offering premiums. Sir. Perkins of Pomfret introduced a liill which is of Intel est fo owners of dairy herds In thn Stale. This bill pro vides that when tubon ulous cattle nro slaughtered by order of the State rattle commissioner, the State shall pay M per rent, of their appraised value, Instead of "0 per rout, as at present. A uniform system of public account ing In the offices of town tieasurers Is provided for In tho bill Introduced to day by Sir. Hitchcock of Pittsford. Sir. (looilell of I3II1IIUO Introduced a bill which appropi lutes $.7),() for the permanent Improvement of highways of the State. ' LEGISLATIVE NOTES. AniinmironiontM worn lecehod to-day flom Col. William SI Hatch, secietary of the tlrst biennial annlveisary meeting of tho Joint assembly of iwa to, bo held In Representatives' hall Tuesday oven lug, November 10, at seven o'clock, fol lowed by a dinner at the Sloutpelloi House. This Is the same evening that tho annlversaiy exercises of the Statu HlHtorloil society are to bu held In Hop rr sontatlvon' hall Tho forestry bill was discussed hv thn Farmers' club this evening- Prof J. I,. Hills nf Hurllngton was present nnd spnkn In Its favnr Other speakers wprn Prof Ii. R. Jones cf nurllngton and ticnrge Aitkin of Wnodstnck- Scnato called to Devotional cmtcIs the chaplain. Th" was read hv tho s. In 'rJor by tho president, s worn conducted by Journal of yesterday rotary and approved. accordance with n Joint resolution. the Senate repaired to the hall of tlio House of Representatives to meet in Jn'lnt assembly for the purpose of hear ing the report of the Joint cnnvnssing committee. TAFT AND HUGHES Tl CAPTURE NEW YORK Immense (Autliencc Fills Madison Square Garden to Hear the Great Leaders, GREAT HUGHES ENTHUSM Croud Cliceivd for Silicon Minute As lip Ciilereil Ilip tin II Mnrtccit Minutes' llctnoiistrntloii When 'J'nfl rump Sp, prnl Other I'i eminent .peal.ers. ! New Yorw, Oct. 18. William II. Tnft nnd Chatlos 13. Hughes were the stellar attractions nt a great republican mass meeting at -Mndlson Square Oardon to night. At every mention of thn name of Gnv. Hughes the hall resounded with cheering. When Gov. Hug'ios eiiteied tho hall the crowd, which tilled every available sp ioo In ho auditorium cheered hlni for sixteen minutes without stopping. Hm It re mained for Sir. Tnft to Inspire tho great est demonstration. For nineteen minutes the vast auditorium trembled frnm the stamping of thousands of foot and the Milliliter of voices. When thn storm died down and Mr. Tnft liognn his iulilioa his voice was hoarse, but the nrnu-il wn unllenn.1 ,r.., ' ' , , : ' " " 'appear, imwnvir, and U"o. i.v in mutt ni mm, lie was iroriuemly cheered. There worn n number of other speakers before Tnft and Hughes arrived. THKIR 'TF!'3NTH SPF.I3CH F.S. HILLS INTj'.Ol.-.'CF. n. S. .17 Hy Senntor HIIss of Washington: An act amending Se. 510 P. S. so as tn Include merchandise at its average month ly value In the list of taxable estate. To committee on taxation. S. 3S Hy Senator Fllnn of Windsor pro viding for purity of cnucus'es. None but legal voters shall vote In caucus. No one shall use money nr otherwise Intltienee voters No one shall pay for transporta tion of voters. No ono shall pnv political workers Committee on elections S. 3 Hy Senator Fllnn: Supreme court to hold general terms everv month except July and August. Special terms at such times und places as Judges may npimlnt. Causes shall be heard at general and sj.oeIiil terms, hut may be beard nny time or pluon by agreement of parties. Tn Judiciary committee. S. 0-Hy Senator Kidder of Windsor: An act providing State aid to such schools as may have courses in manual training. Such schools and cours. s must be ap proved hy superintendent of education. Tn committee on State ni.d court ex ponspo. IIOI'SI'3 RILLS ni3VI3IlItr.T). II,. 11 Relating to open simkou on deer. To committee on game and fisheries. H. iORiilatlng to hall (n mesne rroress. To committer) on ludlclary. H. So Relating to fratiduh nt wparlrio of badges. To committee on Judiciary. THIRD READING ORDI3R13I). H. 10 Amending Sec. r. 2 1 p, s, re lating to quadrennial appraisal. R13AD THIRD Tl.'.IE AND PASS1-3D. S 20 An art relating to chancel lors. S. 33 An act relating to the Issu ing of Injunction. I'pon motion of Senator SIcLam of orange, the Senatn adjourned. S13NATI3 A FTI3R.0O.. Senate called to order by the nrosl- Durlng the day Sir. T.i ft spoke at '1 meetingrt and Governor Hughes spoke IS times. Then to-night while the .Madi son Square mooting was in prngrcss a g.mt paiadp was wending Its wnv thiough a downpour of rain through '.lie heart of the city. Hours before the doors nf the Garden uem thrown open long lines nf ticket- holders had fntmed. The police had -o close the doois at olr.ht o'clock nnd I,,..- all except reserve seat ticket holders'. Them has been no change In the seat ing and decorating schetnn of tile moot ing hall from that of Slondny when Wil liam J. Ilryaii upoke there. Over the main entrance was hung a big blue Ynlo banner with portraits of Tuft and Sher man an It and In the center "Yale. '7s," Tnft having hern a ywdtinte nf that class. A band nf ion pe-es kept tho rrnwl from becoming Impatient during the time thnt elapsid before Gen. Horace 1-3. Por ter, who presided, called the meeting to older. the car was pushed out. Tim Governor spoke at s x other Inietlngs befoie rein h lag Slri'lison Square Garden. When General Porter Introdin oil Governor Hughes ns the next Gover nor of New York thoie was another session of cheering but It did not last long ns everyone wanted to hear thn Gtneinor's speech, f!OV, HFCIHi:S'S SPI3I3CII, Governor Hughes said: Whatever fortune may have In More for me, I shnll never forget this hour, and Its cheers will always remnln In my memory if ever I should swerve from tlutj " The Governor then paid n tribute to .Mr, Tnft, w'h , he said, Is conspicuous an having tni capacity as tin admin istrator, a man "bigger tlian nny Job hn can ov.t have. He can stand on his full rei'.rd, hp has never contrib uted to the museum of exploded falla 'les; he does not have to rely on a shott m. morv rr tho Amorlcnn people a frail reliance." The Grivrrimr then took Up tho Is sues of the state eampnlgn. "Wo hnvo never tried t,, capitalize discontent, for politic ul advantage," hn Bald and then hn dlsi ihsp,i In dctnll the various departments ,,r his administration which he sild havo been In a great degree plar, ,j upon a good business bnsls. He urerred to the banking. Inbor. highways, waterpower and ag ricultural departt --.-ts. In all if these lie salil tl.e honk keeping Is now such as a I-. ,i bookkeeper can un derstand. Ho dwelt at length upon the public service commissions' eniloavorlng tn show their Lenofloltil work for tho bene fit of traction r. specially in Now York city. "I stand for proper regulation in thee matters in Justice to all; on the other hand I am absolutely against Improper Interference with any honest bu.-lness en terprise," While Gov. Hughes was rpoaUIng rherrs vvein heard outside and shouts of "Tuft. Tnft. T.ift" mado tho Governor cut his speech short. .Mr. Tnft did not A Knight nf California was Introduced as a speaker t" fill In the time until Sir. Taft should arrive. EX-GQV. D, B. KILL OH HE PLATFORM Heartily Endorses W. J. Bryan as He Introduces Him at Albany. DESCRIBES COMING PANIC Will lie n I'niile of IVclcrnl (l!lieeholi. ers nnd ol of lluslness Hen Tltne Has nine for Climigc In d mluUlrntliin, !1pnures and .Hen, Albany, N. v.. Oi t. : of Wllliom J. Hi . , v t, to-ibiy ,w,s ,u, ap'ie.it platform here t .-r i- w Hldod, of fnrmrr r s Rennett Hill. U w is t,, -Tlo 'it- 'i llir ' i ere into first r-i . several j ours that Mt ti tided S'teh n gfilflri 'ig lie stepped forward to moora.'ys loader, t) o Hi li lad s . Hint v r.'roil'ji ' groa' i r. In at I cm. nr 1 THF. ARRIVAL OF TAFT Taft arrived nt tie ginlen 'nsfmtlv the nuil'."ii o was ! coring like mad. The band "Star Spangled liantior." (lags were waved, and toy tlio don n -were turned looo PR 13 1 .1 M I N A R Y SPFAK F. RS. I lgo ap- ns greeted and o!i. er il'T'iv and W'.o.ltuff. dr-monstra- dent. R13AD THIRD TT.MB AND S, Tho the vis PASS 13 D. S. ; n act appropriating money for laboratory nf hygiene. Senatnrs Kidder, Fllnn, Falrlanks. Potter, Rut lor and Corry favrod the pasaagcx of tlio bill, S. 7 An act amending charter of Slettowrii Valley It.illrond company. 13 An not amending charter of Kquluox company, Purposn of bill was explainer; by Senator Or of Hennlngton. hills iNn:oDFci;n, S 41 Hy Senator Hutler of Rutland: When necessary a Judge may permit a form of action '" 'lo changed upon terms being Imposed. A chancellor may remove cause Hi" comity rourt when Jusllrii deni.'imls. A Jtidgo of oounly court m.i) remove a rause, to tho court of chancery If necessary to secure Justice therein. Tn Judiciary committee. S. ti Hy Sent"r HuMiir, provldltig State aid In edti'iiU"" ot de.it, dumb, blind or liifltm i liildi'eti, '! c,immit. ten on appropriation". S. 43 'Hy Senator Hlngham nt Chit- tenden, prnvlillng iat ciimmlttiie.s shall prepare bills I'1 rairy out their I 'i-oiiiiiKiiHltitLxit. geiieial rom- inlilee K U -y Joint loniiiiltteii on garni, and (ibherlrs, An tut I" for a ncui lesliient or alien lln-nso fee of jl5 ,.r year and u reMnt f'o of ji por y,,,. 13ach llitiise permits taking of nil Muds of gam" uccoiilln--' ,u ''' or he State. The proceeds of licenses Mu,, ,, by thn fish nnd p''1"" ' """"isnlon in en forcing lawn ami f"r "10 l""pogatlon of fish and game. Ordered to l, vrT an(, be printed (rnnllm""1 on vnKf ) When Senator H. nrv Cab.it poured on tho platform I., v with a thumb r of applause lug. Senator Chaitncey SI State Chilli man Timnthv L. wero gritted with similar linns. Di legations from the old guard were seated In tho reserve "ear se.-tloti and their blue banners wore wavd aloft every time, there wns cheering. The Fie mont pnst of tlio old guard from Hrnok Ivn placed lt:i banner In the bands of a grizzled old veteran who carried It to the platform, where It was tn.ido a part of the decora ting scheme. Thhs mused renewed cheerlnR. Gen. Porter In his speech attacked W J. Htyan, snylng that he was suffering from political and financial delusions. "We llko to pee a ptactlcal man these dns," he Hild, "and Sir. Rrvan Is the personification of impracticability." Tho chairman then tool: up the Issue of guaranteeing national hank deposits as ptoposod by Hrynn. Ho said thnt Hryun's political economy wus like try ing to make thn government smoke live cent cigars when It took ten cents worth of matches to light them. oen, Conor luul boon speaking for sev eral minutes when he prophesied the election of Sir. Tnft. At the mention of the candidate's name there was pro longed cheering, and when a moment later, the speaker mentioned tho namn of Gov. Hughes thorn wns an outburst of .cheering that lasted for more than two minutes. Hundreds of small American Hags were waved, whrii Gen. I'orter flnallv made his voice heard and In trodueed Senator Lodge. Osuir strnus wns next Introduced and he Immediately Invited a burst nf an pin use hv alluding to President Roose M'H as the gto.itest President slnco Abraham Lincoln. OR13AT IirC.HKS DI3.MON.STRATION. Sir. Straus was Interrupted by tho ap pearance of Gov Hughes. The crowd sprang to Its feet waving flags, the band played, and for 1il minutes petulemonltim reigned. When Gnv. Hughes reached tlio plat form men wero standing on chairs throw ing their hats Into the nlr nnd raising their voices to the limit of lung capacity. Sir. Hughes stood smiling befote the turbulent, shrieking audience and Gen. Porter found It Impossible to restoie order. "H ugliest Hughes! Hughes'" rang from all parts of the hull. When ever the cheering showed signs of dying down, the band would start up and this would bo signal for tenewed cheering. Whim after ten minutes had passed and voices began tn grow weak, the audience stinted slumping and the building trembled from the uniform pounding "f tlie thousands of feet. HI'GIIHS IN N ACCIDI3NT. Previous to nrtlvlng at the Garden Gov Hughes had made an uptown vvhltl In mi automobile which n win thrilling one. An automobile I ..II nr newspaper men which accompanied the Governor skidded on a sleep Hrtudwuv hill near HMh street swung u complete circle and struck the Governor's car full on the side, nearly sending It over. Hotli cars were slightly chummed, hut thn trip was delayed little. In enilcavnrlng to tako n short cut from Huber's hall at Jerotnn nveinm and llltul stiet tho Governor's car hcMtne Murk' In deep mud hnln In a varnnt tat and he and his party had tn alight nnd walk soma dlstnn'o amour m Iloiu while Will atii H at II . t 1 on lis P.- . pluved ; hundreds ': balloons b In tho hall. At the end of 10 minutes the cheering was changed to slum's of 'Tift. Taft. Rig Hill Taft " A corps nf ushers en tered the hall currying huge portraits of Tnft, Sherman and Hughe. Tho band tried to make Itself playing "What You Goln' to Do tho Rent Comes 'Round?" but the shout ing of "Tnft. Taft. Rig Hill Taft." drowned the music. General Potter flnnllv made Mmaelf heard nt the end of 11 minutes and Introduced Judge Taft. TOO HOARSI3 TO SPEAK. Judge Tart's first words of his brief sreech produced a general laugh nt the huskiness of his voice. When It subside! he continued: "The Inspiration nf this presence, no matter what happens on November 3 will nlways bo the sweetest momi.rv of my lire. The spirit of loyal rr publtaanls'it that is Instinct In '.bis a id. once makes me rpji,p tint 1 have a.-.ivs been a i opiilillonn." A moment lnti r the rami ! ite p-nn- ti ;,t H,U 1 t I . ) e 'n '-birr l f th. iit.i Old s W' ill r,-t t t al t "S. lenrd When "S. atiil nn . al w eat tip 'hiiins to I e oh .. s'io ite.l Did ati'i'l .: mended the Roosevelt poll, ether mighty shout of nppr And when ho said: "Prvin thn heir of those policies" a above all else "j en, lint air la igh was Indulge in. -Mr. Taft spoke for less than en minutes- because of the huskiness of 1 's voice. He stood for a few m'nut. s n'i t' " platform before leaving the linll smil ing broadly as the thousands cheer." him nnd shouted that he would win From tho hall Mr. Taft hurried to the railroad station where be h-iirdoil Us special train and began bis .luiiney up State. MARCHING OF THE COHORTS tirent Parnile Despite the Hnln mid Mini. New YniU, Oct, :?. The march of the republican cohorts to the garden wis not the least spectacular feature of tho occasion. I'ndiunten by a persist' i ' ilrl77.le which made tramping through four tulles of city streets anything hut a ntainsnnt tusk, fully 6.00 nf the faithful trmlge.1 their way down Fifth avenue, tl.rlr spir its excited by outhursts of m iril.il mus'c and their narrowing horizon in id" rosy by red lire. The First Voters' cluh nf tlo 'th ns FMnbly district led tile vm. heurlng nlott a large Innner Inscribed with the slogan' "We're standing right. Taft, Sherman. Hughes nnd lotory" Sparsely fringing the ro.ulwiv stood tho ttnregeneinte under shelter of gllnt- enlng umbrellas. From these rime un appreciated humor and metorologl' .il v- marks about llrjan nnd Kern pud. Pes, which fill on unheeding ears Tha matchers pasted on disdain fully, their collars turned up, their steps giving out a wet squeaking ns tbov went. Among the marchers thn dcvorntl-e neocsorles Varied, although all had re 1 fire. The automobiles In which were tho re publican gubernatorial candidate and the members of the reception committee. overtook the procession at -Und siren and preceded by a detachment of grand marshals on horseback rushed through the marching hosts. The pnrnders fall ing back on either side of the avenue to let them bv. In this fashion the i, 'o were reviewed, the Governor bowing his in UnovclcdgtuontH of the cheers from he Idnd the raised window of his llmoiisln . NEARLY KILLED BY FA LL OR JUMPED FROM TRAIN. Rutland, Oct lis -George Squires of Hiandon either Jumped nr fell from the southbound afternoon Rutland r.illroad liver hern to-day and. sustaln id a scalp wound four Inches long where his head struck against u rail In addition to Internal Inlurles. Tin man had a round trip ticket from Hrnndnn to Rutland and It Is pre sumed that he di" not discover that the train bad reached this city until It was pulling out nf tho depot when I mado an attempt 'o get off h;ir vied'v Ho Is at the hospital hrrc In i r ther serious C'inilltlen which pa' ed tho h.-iii where th" ing was held, rose m wild' rheerei W h'le disavowing in r'.litirs Sound, hp was iir-arti'v n tlon of Sir. Rrjnr "Althcn-irh n"t i n.: he said. I -eltet favor of C e elw-tio'i . ' t' - r.nt'nnal and State 1 1 ki ts i partisan, h nvever. tiust i r , the part v whet. r rl ,-' t i permit : .r to s.r ti it I - r -ttan.il ti'k' In C ,s cat p mv .tii'lci i' nt, O'ir t - ii wr o hot ore ns w I' 1 to-night alisolut.lv i' contested question !- t am for him t auo 7 . tint the host ir.tr r.-st'. will be si.! s..r- ed by I time frr a change jn t .. of the gr. r-rnm. I t. ,i c! nt.g. nf ,i u i aml rf n.t n. Our at ili.l.i .. ,n..s t nomlnat'i. ' not to .in one n.in s ' men bit o ly to th" pi ' pie theirs ... H elerlei, ho will !" t!" J-..sldent M' self aid tot a dummv It hiv r He will rot be led urnurd with .'r like a great big caged bear." Senator lllll referring tn the r-iei . . charge thnt n p.nlc would fn.l . ' Hryan's rlectlnn declur. d fat ' ;v Hot be a business pntilc ' i :t i' w ' a panic on the part . f f e .m j thrnis, m is 0f federi1 r.f 1 .' i. p-i 'he flnVkilH nh. wh' t render t' ir p!-i -.- t t party." He rnnohide.1 , , ., Sir. Hrjiin bv tat.i' " date Is vo'.r friend H - . ' I" the friend of th.. p. 1. ! 1 the courageous ?!' -' -e - ' t fr.en.1 of labor eve- s . , ., . 1- as de .VI ' tlO'l till tli !n pub1''- l.fo H. is br.iV" and bo nrr I: tm n,,itisl ' '1 he domrw rnt n as 1 o III nip to to ;t 'l'l'-t mt till h 1 i to -.peak .o end t . iVt e,l 'tew ., th- 1. a th. M r 1, c ii 1 1 ,tn! . r. p!v p tc nati I'll.' r an.tnlgn In th r I ' Is t . D. - t" th." i t.i ho. 1 is 'ipprcciattan of tl . lie I'll 1 rei'"l ,-eil nation's treatet St, tie Senator Hill said 'I appticlate the n otis words employed In presenting me to pleasures of this unity that manifests itself noratle party. As tl. c-,ndldiite t ,r president I havo behind mo a unit. democracy and In front nf n a s.-nred Repabllcan party." H" de -' , ed that the Domocrntlc partv w.is f "f II ghl whllo tho Republican r irt was full of fright. 'I believe,'' he continued, "that wo are going to wl-i n groat victory, and my friends, I a' Kind that Senator lllll. the het.i . f -. many battlefields, is flgh'lns bv , - t Tt I Li tn 1- ITast . Ci ' tl- side prepared to share with r. Joys of a domocratta trl-rnph vlo'orv would bo In, '-.ipiet" were a sectional VKtm-v. Hut neve that tills victor; is golng wnn hy tho oci-i-per.it I n of the nnd the West the Nnrt i an South, and that It ' emit Democrntii- parly as a tli:' ting i ..p In the c 'tirso of tl .! n- Mr. It-.in made speeches at 1 1 istmcrs-iipon t e Hudson. T ir'ytown f'-in g, l'oik-U I Cold Springs. I-lshko' Pi tighkie Rhlnecllffe, Hudi-on, It. n--i'(,i,T, S ' noctnily and Troy. Fverywhere ,il i -j tho the line nf travel Immense . rowls turned nut In the rain to hear him H frequently left the train tn .ik speeches. He met another lart-o c-.-w ' at Troy, from which point ho will l.-iv-In tho morning at 0:15 for Cohoes I t. , One nf the Incidents of tlio trio wi when Sirs. Hrvan nt Hudson ap,. j:el on the rear pint form alone and wn. ! her hand to an old woman t.iii.lin on a railroad bridge. "1 want to see SI" Hrynn himself." she shouted b.n h In shrill voice, as the tialn d'.'.V'p .red around n curve SENTENCED FOR ASSAULT. I'nrroll I'oiiiul Giilllj- of Vtlempl fo Roh Rutland Pawnbroker. Rutland, Oct. IS. William n. Ci" was found gulltv In Rutland county m by Jurv to-day of assaulting a. 1"). Kills, a pawn broker, with Intent to roh him and wa.s sentenced bv Judge llaselton tn teive not less than ta months nor mor than two years lu the Hou--e of Cor rection The assault mi it-red In August TRIED TWO DAYS AND ACQUITTED OF SELLING. Smtpell. r. Oct Ss The Jury In th rase of Slate vs. Rudolph Paltz of Ikure, whlrh has been on trial for two days l Washington county court, returned . verdict of not guilty of keeping 'r toxtaatlng liquor with Intent tn sell Sirs Jo-io Sanllshan. who was con. vtatcd nf Illegal keeping nnd selling wis pliced in the hnnds nf the prnhntlnn of fl e- Svie has n young babo and Is In rp t .nin health