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THE BOKLTNGTOIV FKKK 1'K.HSS : T LICKS DAY". OCTOBER 29. 1908.
9 HAD MORE THAN T Legislators Start the Week Well Committees Given Chance to Work. ELECTION RECESS QUESTION Pre"otre lei Preipnt i1jntiriimciit mill Illll Id Penult nlhij; lit Capitol tlccr Mini Lobby IIIIIk MiiiIp Special Orilrr fur Tlii-mlii-. Montppllpr, Oct. 21 Considerable more than n quorum wes ;icsetit In both houses when tlif L' : I .-1 1 1 1 1 1 1- lotonvoned till. nftrilinoii mill nftot adjournment ninny of the committees ..or-oneil. A bill wan li.lrtidiicpd In tln hii'isc this after noon by .Mr '.'l;lllam if Newport pro viding lint members of Iho Legislature ntiil State nfflr tm, judges nf the supreme court ninl nttorni'vs n 1 1 ml t titr tin1 court may Mite fur pr "Idcntlnl nlppfor-i nt the State I!ouo November .1 TIip sttongest kind of pii--i"-p will In brought tn bear upon tin. member of the logKlnturo to prpvpnt mi at! 'niii'nmcht tlin 'alti'i part of this week nicr clpi'tlim tin v. Tli" inliit oeminll tee .r, rnmo nnil flsh eilcs nportpil fnonib'v in-lay on tho Hone bill Intro Peed b M. Howe of I'enn'tuior I'h'eh pioldt ;in open s-eu- t ill frr lift of not', se.;,.., the Inot l wnrltlhl' ''n :u t Oilier, After M.-. J 'an' 1h of r.ist Mrii'i1-''!' had spoken In nppolf !-, ' tin. Ii'll It wps made :i spr ,, onb fir to-mr rrow aftPrnoon nt 2 "bi il nl it nc to legislative roll ji pl an' in' i.t - l-i Me known as the "loli', b,l! w i ! nrd. . fur i troi rnt r.nde n xpechl ' nnviliitr nt in:"V . T p f"P tn tt.'i bill ii, it , irlvei m ly on tbl. rnnK ant- th.viv on hkqi'kst. Pen I'm' K "'d n l.'II li . 1 1 rnhb n i p n'iti-t' ln I i ; i' ' W.ndi-iit Introdnc'iil iiIps tl at 'lip loard tif i It ffpp ili'trlhuliiin of .-1. ' i s t !,o apply for the nrii Atr S'-.mw'.! ,,f Uvd" :.'rU Intro d r d a 1 11 which Is of Inter,--! to the ("re In uniivi ctimpaiilei'. of Hip Stale. It pruritics that ptilh les must be paid In full In eese uf total Iosh. unless It can be proved that thpre has been fro lid u lent uver -I lis jrntice. The people nf Norton slid Brighton wan n hlfrh'vny between those two towns that can be trnveled with safe ty and Mr. McCllntock of Norton In troduced a bill to-day appropriating f2,H00 to assist In btilldhifr such high way, provided the two towns nnmed build a lerlain portion of the same. T'.e election of llcr-so commission ers by towns and cities, Instead of their belnt,- nppolnted by tho assistant Jndpres of the county courts. Is pro vided for In a bill Introducpil by sir. Tllden nf Iiarrn -lty. xlll K KOU DIHTIMCT COKHTS. The bill pstabllshlnc district courts In every county In tho State, Intro duced to-day by Mr. Williams of New port tjlves such courts final Jurisdic tion i clow tho supremo court, In civil rnus. s where the amount In dispute 3n" not exceed JfiOO. Attention Is cnlled to the compila tion of ihe Vermont digest In the Joint rcso'tiUnn Introduced to-day by Mr. William" of Newpjirt anil adopted on tho part of the House. This resolu tion iroldts for the appointment of ommlttee composed it one senator i nnd three represf ntatl vpb to looli luto this matter and report, Tho legislative directory fur ll'OS was distributed to-.lav by Sicretary of State Bnlley, nne day ithr.id of the time prescribed by law for Its distri bution In leceni years this directory has not made It appearance until near ly the clou' of the session nrul ecie tar'' Utility was (ommcntlcd on all hides t.i-.l.iy for Its prompt appear ance. OFFICIA'L RECORD OF DAY. s i;n a r i:- a ktkbnoon. Senato called to order by president. De-otlonnl stuvlcts by the Hov. I,. I). Bherburiie. t-pcretary of Vermont Bible locitty .Inurnnl of Krlday was read by the (.ccrotarv and upproved. adopti;d in concimuu:nci:. Joint resolution from House granting use of As'-embly ball to the P.ev. J. J. Le-.vls on evening "f October 27 for pur-pot-e of an llliistrittrd lecture on "l.ako Chumplnln's I'arly History." BILLS INTUODKCKD. S. 27 Hy "Kenatot tlleason of Cale donia repealing Sec 410 P. S. relating to hrnkrruKQ business of Insuranco com pHnlts. To cnmmlttto on Insurance, S. S'-lly Senator Croft of Kranklin. PAR01D Standard Permanent S0 TheriJ Is hardly a mnr.ufacturlnt; con wrr. In or nround Burlington that has not moro or less PAKOJD HOOF I Nil In Borne concerns liavo ns much ns 150 to 250 squares. Beveral are replacing od looT.tig with PAIIOID on their different buildings lust as taet ns tho old wears off. The heads of these companies are n of good business Judgment who rtallzn that known quality nt a fair rlce In always a better proposition than in untried article at a low price. SKND FOR SAMPI.I5. tar Brothers General AarentR, Burlington, Vt. QUORUM PRESEN An net promoting Industrial sducntlon mitt estnbllshlng commission. To com- mlttco on cducntlon, S. 2t -Bv Senator Kliblpr of Windsor An not Increasing powers af Slnto board of health. To commlttpc on public health. H, :t0 Hy Hcnntor liullpr of Rutland, An net making ouch supremo nnil sup prlor court Judge n r.lmncplnr with ntl Iborlty throughout tbo Sttitc. To com inlttpo on Judiciary. S. SI Uy Sonntor Orvls of Bennington, An net forbidding lire of railroad passes except to certain persons therein ex cepted To coniniltteti on railroads. fl. 32 ll.V Senator Kidder of Windsor. An net authorizing purchase ntul free distribution nf nntl-toxli) by bonnl of health. To committee on iniblli' health. S. n.1 B.V Senator Butler of Rutland. An net providing Hint no Injunction shall Issue unlosi bill I. filed with cleric nnd cliiincelbtr. Tn comnilttep on Judlel- nry. third rk.adinci ordered. S. Ki AullioiMng attorney-general to employ detectives. II. 17 AullioilKlnrt city of Montpclicr to Issue bonds. .Inliu resolution authorizing Oovernnr tu appoint cninmlsslon to propose nmi'iidineiils 'o constitution, I'pnn motion of Senator KlngR, the Senate niljourned. PROCEEDINGS IN HOUSE. HOKSE-AKTERNOON. Devotional exercises conducted hi the chaplain. Join mil of Krlday read and apptoved. KI'IX'IAIi OIlDBIl, II. 11 Ilelntlntf to tbo open season for deer. Opposed by Mr. Daniels of Kin fit Montpellfr. Made speclnl order for Tiles day at 2M p. tn. on motion of -Mr. Howe of HennliiRton II. II HelatlnK tn legislative eouniel and nseiits . (Lobby bill.) Special oub r for !0:-0 a. in. Tuesday. JOINT UKSOLUTION'S. liy Mr. Howe of DennltiRton proldln for a Joint nss'-mbly nt 10;30 a. m. Octo bcr ! to bear Hie report of the Joint can va-slm; committee to canvass votes for county nnl probata officers and Justices of the peace Adopted on the part of the 1 luUM' Uy Mr. Williams of Newport for the inpu lot men! of a committee composed of one n'liator and two i ppresentatlves to mpili'p what process has b.-en matle In umnlllnr Hip Wrtnont diRi'St. Atbipted n the juirt of the Knuse r.n.i.s intiiodkji:d. II. Kill Uy Mr. Kendall of "Vest Wind sor. to amend section 4"o. 1'. S. relatin; to the expenditure of State highway menev (Provides that such money may be ependrd In maintaining permanent highway already built.) To commute on highways and brltlRes. H. 110 Hy Mr. Williams of Newport relatlnr; to the appointment of guardians for non-resident minors. (Such guardian miiv be nppolnted on application of a minor who owns real estate.) To Judic iary committee. H. Ill Uy Mr. Ivocklln of nichford. re latlng to the Jurisdiction of probata couits. (In case of error made by com missioners In their final report, probnto JndRes may order such report to bo ru committed.) To Judiciary committee. H. 112 II V Mr. Sherwln of Hyde Park fixing tho measure of loss of policies of flrp Insurance. (In ensc of total loss by fire, policies must be paid In full unless fraudulant over Insurance enn be proved) To Joint committee on Insurance. H. Ill Uy Mr. .M-C'llntock of Norton providing for tbo construction of n high way from Norton to Brighton. (Appropri ates $2,800 for this purpose.) To committee on highways and bridges. II. lit Uy Mr. Boutwpll of Stockbrldgc, to amend Sec. K32 I. S. relating to taxa tion of collateral Inheritances. (Kxempts a brother or sister who Inherits not more than $1,000.) To Joint special commltto on taxation. U. HSr.y Mr. Tllden of Barro Pity, to amen 1 sections r,.109, 5,110 nnd .".,114 I'. S. relating tn traffic In Intoxicating niior, (Provides for election of license commissioners bv towns and cities In stead of being appointed hy assistant Judges.) To Joint commit! pp on temper ance. It. lift ny Mr. Davis of Springfield, re lating to flowage. (Amends general law Ill regard to flowage so as tn avoid enn stltlonal objections ) To Iml'clnry com mittee. H. 117 Hy Mr. P.lplev of IVniltney tn pstnbllsh a Stnte board of examiners of pinbnlmprs and undertakeM (Such ex aminers to receive l per tin v. with actual expeui-'ps). To Joint corrm'tt"" on public health. 11. HR-ny Mr William to establih district count tl.e establishment of such 'f Newport, i I'rovides for iits In each ' ' have flnnl county of the State, tin Jurldlctlon In civil ensi -In dlfmntp dops not exei . fi be matle direct to 1 I ere amount '"11 Appeals in me court Halaiv of Judges of said -nulls to be i.xeil bv committee.') To n dlclnry com mIMee. It. 1lr Py Mr. Davis of rfp'lngflphl to clnbllsh a municipal court m the vlllat-'o of Hprlnglleld. (Srilar'- f, n i To Judlt I ary comm'tlee. H. 150 lly Mr, Willi nrs of Newport relating to election of ilr ii of presi dent and vice-president i Member of Legislature, State offbers ludges of supreme court and i"tnnn i n attending said court mav vote at State lloii"e November 5.) To coininltt. e mi elections. II. i:i-Hy Mr. Ilowiid of shorehnm amendliig act Incorporatiiu' the Shore hnm Telephore comp-mv To commlltpo on corpora I Ions. ItKAI' TIIIHD T1MK AND PASSIUi. H. firt Heliitlni prnlsal. lo qniidrennlal np- Tiimn itUAniNn t'Ri)i:m:n. II. f,l -Ilelntlng to in. sup pioeen. H. f.l Itelallng to tl illectlon of Lives. II. !0 Tlcltlng to the friudulent wear ing of badges. i S. IS Itelallng to t' e fnrmatlon of corpiiiatlnns by voluntary arrocintlon. Sr.NATK MILS Itni'IUlltlcn H. 3 Ilelntlng to commitments for misdemeanors. To Judlilnrv committee. S, 8 Ilelntlng to i-lnuns nrilnst tho State and to abolish the point of claims. To Judiciary commlttie S. 12-Ileli'tu.g to uniting cerlnln Iltit- land Ilnllway and power companies, To committed on corporations. On motion of Mr. Hlpley of poultney, tho House adjourned. Not How C'lirnp Hut Hoit (iood. A brick front painted with L. & M. Paint 15 years ago and not painted slneo mny bo seen at 172 Ilergen St., Ilrooklyn, Mew York. Paint with L. & M. Hrll Hunt lied ami trim with Shaker Green o; White. The body won't need paint ing In 25 years. II. II. Ilrown, Notth Wllllston; S. K. Wilson, Fairfax ; II. M. Hull. Illncsburg; K. :. lllgwootl, Wlnooskl; p. h. Flagg & Hon, nichinonil; iV. H, Nay & Co., Underbill; C. I. UaW fc Co., Water-bury. WAGE EARNERS Wo invito. Ilie attention if pvery WAGE EARNER to the ndvimtngos of this Trust, Company. It affords a safe and profit able place .for the accumulation of small wivins. 4'o paid on savings accounts. CHITTENDEN COUNTY TRUST Co Bimi,INfJTO, Tile ttothitul eltv ritirwilu hnVO 'Mlllorp Rliidpnts tbini ii venr .urn. The number ' registered Is Z 0s2. I Schools nt (Vntei- tlnllnntl were opened j Monday In three buildings. The new ly . comtdcted schoolbonse was recently de- titroyetl by tire. Three cases of typhoid fecr have de veloped at Dr. D. K. 1 )eni lug's In South lloyalton, the doctor, ii boy attending school and n housemaid being very til. Hardwood forests In Windsor county which were stripped by worms In mid summer now present the curious sight of having half grown green leaves. , l.ainpertii of Montpclicr mourns the loss of tm which be says was In his In side vest pocket when he hung that gai ment on u chair and retired Satutday night. The Moiitpcller Seminary seven-mile road race was run Monday In n drizzling rain. 1ester Stanton won tho event In ;:s mlnutps which Is considered n good record in view of tho heavy track. Tho owners of Arrowhead mountain In. Milton mo circulating a petition to have. Its name changed to ltattlesnake moun tain. It was formerly known ns Snako ' 111. The water supply In Stnwe Is steadily railing although It Is tnought that the danger limit will not be reached for another two weeks. Two men employed iy the llro department patrol tho streets nightly to guard against lire. Between January 1 and Kebruary 1.1 the Canadian goveiiment will require that all Immigrants from Vermont haw minimum amount of $50 In addition to their tickets before they will be admitted to the Dominion. After tho last named date, $:." will be enough. (loveinor Prouty has conditionally pa rolled Malcolm Ilronson of Notth Straf ford, who lias been serving two sen tences for assault in tho House of Cor rection at llutlatid aggregating fiom live to seven years. He was sentenced from Newport September 20, 1M. The body of Henry H. Winter or llrat tleboro was brought from Utmldn, N. Y., last week and burled In Townshend. He wa.s a senior at Colgate, university and lost his life there by being struck by a locomotive whllu crossing a railroad track. Willis C. Davis, n prominent young farmer of Iluthel, Is dead from Injuries received in a runaway accident. Ho was driving a raddle horse owned by Dr. William Stlckney of Rutland who bad en gaged him to break tho animal for driv ing purposes. Davis Hied five days In an unconscious condition. A defect In S wanton's new water ss- tem may necessitate tho expenditure of M-vernl thousand dollars. Engineers ad- vlso the laying of a 11-Inch pipe from the outlet of Kalrlleld pond for about 1,30 yards and sinking it four feet deeper than the present pipe so that priming will not havn to be resorted to as now. Tred Strong, tho man who assaulted (1. II. li-ans of Watcrbury, hn.s to be glvpn niorphlnp In county Jail at Montpn ller In order to quiet him. Strong says ho has been In thn habit of taking 13 trains of morphine three times each tiny and that when be Is deprived of the drug he Is almost crazy ,s he was disheartened by the death of his wife and at thus being left alone George Snow of Sharon, aged M years, committed sulcldo by hanging Saturday. He Is survived by ono daughter, who lives In West Hartford, with whom ho said bo could not live as thero watj no ono to look after his farm. The drought has proved a serious detrl inent to the work nt the new auxiliary lish hatchery nt Chittenden. Owing to the low water tho trout have been uunblo to run up stream to the spawning beds nnd almost no spawn hna been obtnlned Last ear there were over 417,000 trout batched from eggs obtained there. Tho spawning season will bo over about tho mlddlo of November. Kred Clennette of Shrewsbury, who wns charged with slashing Hugh Moloney with n knife during a quarrel October 7 pleaded guilty to a simple assault Satur day and was sentenced In Hutlnnd coun ty court to not moro than llvo nor less than tlueu yeais In tho IIouso of Cor i ectlon, At a special meeting Saturday after noon, the town of llocklngham voted to build' a cement bridge across the canal In llellows Kalis to replace tho Iron brldgo that has been condemned. The cost Is not to exceed f l-'.OuO nnd work will be begun at once. After a heated discus sion, the town voted to pay L. H. Hayes tVJt.M for wink on the town history.. One of the nearby towns to uo the power developed by the lininusslng of the Hlack river by tho dam at Cavendish gorge will be Chester. Its, water and light company tins contracted with tho Claiemont IClectrlc Power company and It is expected that .lanunry 1 will si o the transmission lino completed. Klrny Kent, the escaped Inmate of the Stato nsylum nt W'aterbury, who Is charged with the murder of Miss Cong- don nt Knst W'alllngforil, behaved very well on his trip from Plttslield, Mass., to Itulland. Arriving thero ho appeared to be much amused with the crowd waiting at tho railroad station to seo him and said ho "didn't know thete were bo many fools In tho world." The veteran horso thief, James Mar ked, who was released from State prison nt Windsor Thursday, was arrested at Ilutland Tuesday morning, charged with stealing a horpo from Merrill Nell of fiherburno and a horso and buggy from William Davis of the same town. Tim Davis horso waa found In Hutlnnd, tho othef animal having been nbandoned In Sherburne. HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN Jf yr i hnvo pains In tho back, Urin ary, Bladder or Kidney trouble, and want a certain, ploasant herb rellof for Women's ills, try Mother Orav's "AtlSTHAMAN-LllAP." n is a Bifo and never falling regulator, and in IIovch a 1 Vcnialo WealuieBi.es, lucluil tlig Inilanimatlon and ulcerations Mother lint)' Aimtrulliin-l.puf iB by Druggists or sont by mall for 5i cts. Sample sent FKKK. Addreus Tin Mother Gray Co., l.eltoy, N, Y. I 4, I VERMONT NOTES i RSHHA TinnTrpii nnil nn VKtlMO.VT, A senled m rdlct nwarrtlng $3,500 to the plnlntlff In tun suit of (ieorgn W. Kplley of South Wnlllngford vs. tho Rutland Ilnllroad company wa re turn oil In Uut- itmironu n.mpnny was rcttlrned In ltiitland county court Saturday J "'" ''over Jlll.tOO for the ""' or 111 "larnin mill, alleging tluit 1 a snark from a locoinn v eet ii n.n Tln t..ls(1 hnM nocn through the supreme ,.,,urt. i10 former verdict nr cm i,,.. court, tho former verdict ot $5,000 hav ing been rei i lsed, Tho Montprllcr public schools fife nnd drum corps, c nslntlng of 40 members, holds tho dMInctlnn of being tho third largest corp- In tho V tilted States. The. way tho school organizations rank Is Denver, Chicago. Mintppller. Harold Smith Is captain nnd William Hartlett. n high school student, Is leader. Hartlett has composed music, for thn corns, and Hip youngsteis make a lino appearanco pounding It out In their natty green unl- forms. Thomas ,1. Lalnr, one of the proprie tors of the Hani well house at Ilutlaud. had nn exciting experlenco last wppIc lighting off work In Chittenden. Ho was I hunting when he ran across u uanir of men fighting forest Mrp and thpy Insisted that he help dig a trench across the path of the flame Mr. Ialor protested that ho was not a n sblent of that town but the farmers dec iretl that that did not make a gol darned bit of difference. Ho finally A circular has been received In Unn- lolph from tl e war department at Wash- Ington offering a reward for the capture ot John N. White, the oldest son of Mr. anti .Mrs. Lb iries White of that place. wmto was a private in Ttoop U, 7th V. S. cavalry, w'o was enlisted June 13, IW, aim is repoutj 10 nave deserted at Fort Klley, Kans , September '-",1, IMS. lie pavo his residence at enlistment as 2.12 west l.ith t-tieet. New York, nnd Dm name nnu ndiiress to be notltlPd In his iipii.ni in case ot emergency was Charles i tutu oi iLintioipn. pn.ir- rito;i .iKiis'ri.'it?:. Moisture produced hy sweating, or other causes. Inltate the rectal mucous membrano to the extent that protuber- nncej are fu-ineil, culled Piles. Thoso who suffer fiom this ailment will bo pleased to I. now- that HILL'S PILK POMADE Is guaranteed to benellt the wor.st cases. Price Jl.io at all drug btons, O'Suh, van's Phaimacy. VERMONT TRADE REPORT. Drouth Iiitcrfrrrd Tilth Volume nf IlustiiPN In All Lines. Heports to llrndstreet's for the week retle-.t Fmnll amount of buying generally In wholesale Pnes, although demand for food stuffs of all kinds Is holding up well. Knusmitiv warm weather for tho perlod of year had retarded sales of si asonabie goods among clothing and dry goods llrms. Preparations nro being m made for holiday trade, with expecti- quarter of a century ago. l he celebra tion of largo business. Outlook for trade Hon will begin with a mass at the In that lino In considered much improv- ed an compared with rame period last year. Some stoi Its were carried over last yenr but In main mrrchrints are huvlna fairly well. Short watrr supply still In- big a leception to which they have In terfere.! with volume of buslines among vlted about 100 of thtlr relatives anil manufacturing Intel sts and a gnat dp.il of hardship is experienced by farmers, who nro obliged to rarfy wattr long dls- tances for ftn.lt. Kail pasturage is poor and cattlo are suffering In consequence, larmers are selling some of their cattlo rather than Incur additional exDense for their maintenance during the winter mont.io. I'rli rs received nre low and when compariil with apparent growing demnnd for dairy pioducts and Increased prices for sain", wisdom of this action Is being criticised. Continued tliouth has dried up many small streams nnd some trout brooks. Kvergn en trees hnvo died because of lack of moisture. Much dam- ago has been lone during week by con- tinned forest tiros Several valuable tracts have bu n burned and In order to realize anything on timber it will have to bo cut quli kly. Wholesale firms com- plain of slowness In collections. Two small failures reportt d for week. Amonr special Items of Interest for the week severo lire loss at (Hover. A new corpor- atlon formed at Bennington. TIip manu- fapturlng plants at that nolnt aro onern'- Ing full time nnd ..une nro employed overt me. HardHlck reports present volume of business aiming gr.inlte manufacturers Is 50 per cei t. lamer than for u-, me period last .,ir. A lartrer force of men Is now empi ved theio than thero has been for sometime. Watcrbury reports pians lorming ror buiiiiinB of two new stone sheds. More activity is ronorteil among gram;- men nt Northfleld. Bar- ion i-aniimg icports wood working shin n i-ii en ,-e..-w illlU Conoral retii 1 . . ...i- i iniailies.-i urn , noun A now nuimun tliii company has been Inconiorated to ,! business nt Swnnton. St. Johnsbnrv t. ports mnnufiH'turliig plants well emnlev. ed, dealers in building material note slow trade. I'alr Haien merchants re- port fall tr.ulo delayed on npemmt nr warm weatlii r lint some small imnrnvn. nient over picceedlng months na , peopln find ' mplnymont. Poultney re- ports crnsld' rable business at machine shop and E' 'Tal retail business full up to normal. A CURE FOR HOG CHOLERA. Hog Choi, ra or Swine Plague as it Is sometimes . died Is a highly contagions disorder. When a hog shows any symptoms of this disen-e. ho should be Isolated at ohco and the l" " fumigated In order to save the other 1 "gs If possible. Mix ono i-n-t of Sloan's Liniment with two parts in'lk In a bottle and glvo every sick hog a lablespoonfui'of ,, mxtm. night and morning for three days. Sloan's Liniment Is a powerful antiseptic, kills tho dlKei.-c germs, sooti,pH all n(inmma. tiou and nets as a tnnlo to tho animal. A. J- .McCarthy of hlavllle, Ind., says: "My hogs h oi hog choipj-a threo days bo Torn we K" filoan's Liniment, which was recommendcl j" me by (l eK,bor who was using It with nic,.PSSi j )mvo useil t now for tbi en das and my hogs nro nl most well. "o hog ,le,i before I got the Liniment, t"'t I hnio not lost any since." Mr. (1 BilsbnuK, nf lv,.Ui j,,,, writes' "I ''a' f,,"r pKS tmt ,vpr0 coughl'ie nn1 WPrn hot doing well. I gave then, '"o of Slo,,,, unlont ,, thpy go' better lit onp0 Slnn'i" """" i''r.Hi- fattlo. Hogs mil 1'"""' l'p"t odtess Dr Knrl S Sloan, Boston, ii, 1 Inlh ttN HUUnb OF TERROR AI SEA Steamer Furnessia Disabled dur ing a Heavy Gale Last Wednesday. CROSS HEAD DISPLACED Jin"n"i", "nil (.rem iiiiucint.v in nc- pnlrhiK the Unnmne )lnc to the ISnugli pn MNipiI by llnlr'i llriniltli UK) TIiiip I'ln nllj Siipcrrtlod. Npw York, Oct. 27. Tho SOR pas- sonK''ra whn nrrlvrd to-day on Hip steamer i-urnessia irom mnsgow st'ont IS nnxtotin hours at spa last " edtipstlny, wlillt- Hip, vpssp! llountler- helplessly, the sport of a 90-mlle. ffnie. Tim nnsaiivaiuro was uuo in an accident In tho pngltip room, a cross head having' sllpppd out ot place, ne cessitating1 nn abrupt silencing- of tho machinery of motion. The. mishap to tho cross-head, which jntti-r may bo generally described as the alldlng block attnehed to tho 'ex posed end of a piston rod, wns not serious In Itself and could have been easily remedied In calm weather. Hut when a ship Is wallowing; In tho trough of a mighty sen, and tho ma chinists must use. ono hand and both hands most ot tin. tlmo to maintain their own etiullibrlum It becomes tiuite another matter. So It was on bonrd thn rurnessla whero for moro than ),alf a day tho machinists strovo to makn tho delicate ndiuStmeut ex baustlng every resource of ship -craft for a hundred times nt least fhp'vag rant eross-hcad was within a hair's breadth of its home, only to bo sent wandering again by a violent lurch 0f the vessel. Meantime the passengers pretty Well divided their time between an effort to Uppp themselves from too sudden contact with their surround ings nnd tho plying- of tho cnptaln with anxious questions. The steamer had early hoisted the signal "Not un der control," but no other craft was sighted. KInally tbo patience of the machinists was rewarded, and the Kurnessla was but a day late In ar riving. DOUBLE SILVER WEDDING. Pulque P.i rut Will lie I'rlplirnlpd nt 1tx Junction Prldny. A ploasant occasion Is anticipated at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel De- sany of Kssex Junction Krlday when they, with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rockwell of North Wlllnnl street, Burlington, will celebrate together the i.th anniversaries of their marriages. The ladles aro sts- tPr3 nnd the two. couples were married at a double wedding which took place at the Church of tho Rosary in Richmond a Church of tho Holy Family In Kssex I Junction Krlday morning at &:.iu o clock. A family dinner will bo held at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Desany and In the even friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rockwell went soon after their marriage to Randolph where they lived until 12 years ago when they moe-j lo Burlington. Mr. Rockwell was born In Swnnton In ISO.', one of the seven cnu dren of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rockwell "11 of whom are living. Mr. Rockwell Is employed nt the gorgo and Mr. and Mr Rockwell are the parents of live chll- dren, Sadie, Mary l-.dlth, Joseph, Agnes and Million Ruth. 1'esany wns born in Underbill In tbo oldest of tbo 1G children of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Desany. In lfc,t he went to California, whero ho remained seven years. After their m.irrlago Mr. and Mrs. Desany lived in Underbill 12 years ami later moved to Pleasant Valley where they lived for seven years, coming to Kssex Junction six years ago. Ihey have ono child. Miss Lillian Desany, Mrs- Rockwell and Mrs. Desany were Ixiulse and Julia ll.irttro of Richmond, daughter of -Mr. and -Mrs. iuis tiaritro now of Burlington. Mr. and Mrs Barttro weie the parents of IS children or whom Mrs. Desany was tho eldest. Twelve of the number aro now living, iour of them having March 29 as their birthday In different years, ..rs Rockwell being ono of this number. Mr. nnd Sirs. Barttro were marrioit years ago September 2H and expect tn lie present at tho celebration of their chll- dren s marriages rrmay EIGHTH VERMONT REUNION. .. .... ... Ilpcimeiu i;nuorp -. i imm Department l ommnniirr. Montpeller, Oct. 27. Forty survl vors of tho 8th Vormont Regimental association met nt Montpeller to-day f(,r tnelr 35th annual reunion. Col. A. H. Krnnklln of Townsend, vice president, presldol. 'ihe reports in llr. M. Kerrln of Kssex Junction, secretary nnd treasurer, were read and accepted. These reports show that of tnn l'S0 mi'n w,1 composed the light. strength ot mis regimem. a.ia i.-- survive. Tho report nf Mnjor J. L, ttnrstou- of Slielburne. chairman of ebltnary committee, showed that r,0 comraues mive men uuinm p..-. year. Tho following resolution wns unl mously adopted: "Resolved, Thnt wo, the 8th Vermont lleglmeiitnl nssocla t Inn. now In session at our 35th nn nunl reunion, respectfully endorsn tho rnndldncy of our esteemed Lleut.-Uol, A. B. Frnnklln as department com mnnder at our next department en campment, and heartily recommend him as eminently worthy of tho sup port of the vurlous posts In this de portment." KL1CCTION OF OFFICERS. Tho Into flen. Stephen Thomas was the perpetual president of this association and since his death n president has been elected. Tli- following olllcers woro elected for tbo ensuing year: Vlce-presl-dents, Col. A. B. Franklin of Townsend, Cant. L. St. Hutchinson of Montpeller; secretary nnd treasurer, Dr. C. JL Ferrln of Kssex Junction: pxecutlvo committee, Perry Portor of West Burke, 11. F. Bow man of Randolph, F. B. Morse of Klmorn; obltunry comtnlttt , U M. Hutchinson of .Wmtpellor, C, M. Forrln of F.ssex June- ii i. , , .. nt Tfnn.lplnb i This evening nt snven o'clock the mem- vMtin, II. P. J)ioi.II hi .v..,,.,.-.,...- bcra of Brooks Hellof Corps served the BURLINGTON SAYINGS BANK INCORPORATED 1847 itnsouncES. r.MniMTtrcg. United Stntesi Donds at Duo :c,34J Oepoiltorg, In- r,nr 80,000.00 cludlnif lnterenl to July fitntp, County nnj City 1, 1003 Sll.SM.IM.a Honds, par n,t47rH0.41 llnnk Slock, nt par 1H.BSO.00 Hnnk IltHldliig 40,000.00 Surplus Te4,7.M Loans, fac.i vnltto 8,rtrS,n02.34 Cash on hand unit In bR"lta 000,040.04 , I .1 I H3,ort7.ns.so HAIII,!."; p. smril, rrnnldnnt. linH citilllNH, Vlco-Prcsldcnt I'. W. w Utp, Trcnst rer. C S. milt.lt, Assistant Treasurer. i Eii nrm rrm II BB H Capital Surplus LIRF.CTORS: B. B. Smalley, President. Henry L. Ward, Vice-Pre3. O.miel W. Robinson, E. Henry Powell, Ft;ank R. Wells. We invite fi personal interview or conespondencc with nnyon Keokinir linnkinr facilities for a business account or for a safo an! profitable depository for funds at rest np.in which interest at the guaranteed rate of FOUR per cent, will be allowed. F. W. ELLIOTT. Treasurer. WINOOSK1 SAVINGS BANK WINOOSKI. VERMONT Tald Its depositors Interest nt the rate of 4 jut cpnt. for the la-t tbr-n l'v dentls. It will continue to pny tho highest rate consistent with nr'-- ing. All taxps in this State nro paid sand dollars or Ipss. D posits and withdrawals may bo teen thousand dollars. oppirp.nsi irmnn I'. liny, President D. ('. lltmir, Vlcp-Prpsldent. Ormonil Colp, Treasurer. Always Keep when driving a team or an- money in our bank when not HOME SAVINGS BANK I C. S. ISIIAM, President veterans -with a substantial supper. T' s was followed by a camp llro at wl l h old nrmy songs were sung, nnd st irv and rpinlnlsenccs of life In camp and In thp field werp told by a large majority of those who were present. WOODCOCK GETTING AWAY. Itutlnnil Sportsmrn Petition ciovrruor to l.rt Tb nn Iltitit. Rutland. Oct 27 Rutland sportsmen nro making an effort to Induce Onvenior Prouty, because of t'm reeent rain, to change tho proclamation forbidding hunt ing of all kinds for two weeks because of tho danger of forest fires, so that 't may bo lnwful o hunt partridges, wood cock and ducks. A numb' r of letters nnd telephone messages were sent to Montpeller to-dnv with this In view. The hunters assert that tl flight of woodcock Is now on nnd that tbo birds will nil be gone bv November T' when tho season again opens. Thov further assert that the hunting for woodcock and ducks Is in localities whero there is no danger from fires, SEN. PAGE IN WASHINGTON Wns ccoiiipnalril liy Kx-fiov. i'roptor V.'liii Went on Huslnpsi No J'ltct tor Proetor to SuppppiI Page. Washington, Oct -i - Senator-elei't Carroll S. Pago and cx-Cnv. Fletcher D. Proctor of Vermont can.e to Washington yesterday. Mr. Page N nero to select his winter residence. Ho spent several hours conferring with real estate ngent.t and hotel men nnd Inspecting bouses and apartments. He has not Pt made a selec tion, but expects to do so beforo leaving town early this week. Kx-Gov. Proctor came to Washington on prtvato business. As head of tho great Vermont marblo Industry he Is Interested In contracts for thn construc tion of the new Senate otllen building, the Orant monument and a new build ing at the National Soldiers' Home. De tails connected with thee matters called him to Washington. Aft-r settling them up Mr Proctor took the night train for Vermont. Messrs'. Page and Proctor came to gether, but they went to dilferent hotels. Neither went to the White House during the day. nnd Senator Page said he did not expect to call on tho President dur ing hU preppnt visit to tho cipltnl. Both men expressed grot Interest In the political situation, although thev said politics had nothing lo do with their trip, "Vermont Is certain for Mr Taft," said Si'nator, Pnge. "hut the people thero are concerned about the rent of tho country. My Information la that Judge Tnft will bo elected without question." Oov. Proctor expressed some anxiety about thn campaign In New Vork State. "flow Hughes Is very popular In Ver mont." ho said. "Our people think n frrent deal nf him. Vou know, ho came near getting the votes of the Vermont delegation In the Chicago convention. Wo wnnt him to win tiili yenr nnd think thnt ho will do o without doubt. The country seems to be nil rlsh for Mr. Taft." A rumor bus been current hero to tho effect thnt Messrs. Pago and Proc tor had mndn a bargain by which the former wns to receive tho support of Dm latter for senator In return for a promise from Mr. Page that he would mako w-ny for Oov. Proctor In tho Sen ate nt tha end of the term to which Mr. Page was Just elected. This was denied yesterday by both men. Mr. Proc tor snbl that h had announced soma time ago that his Interest In the marble business would not permit him to run for the Sennto, or anything else this yenr. He nddetl that he and Mr. Pngo had made no trndo or ngi cement whnt ever regarding tha renatornhlp. Senator Pngo paid that hs bad not looked so far fi.h" V IH. lii.w .2,osr.Hos.si TntJSTRTISi C. I-. Smith, Wlllnnl Trnnc, ITpnrj nrppnp, J. I.. HcrstntT, Hrnry IVcIl. IV. U'nril, A. fS. Whlttcmnrc, P. IV. rrrry, V. S. luli.mi. nrmTa TJnrvrtrx t r m IB 111 H ftVlfl lllfllllllNI MMU $ 50,000.00 250,000.00 by tin bank on deposits of !i"i o-oii made by mall. Assets nitre tla 'ur TIirSTnP.Si O. I. liny, Orinond ( op, Pniory C. Mtnrrr, It. ,T. wlilti-, f. II. Shlpmn-.i, C. II. ( ptlli.. to the Right auto, nnd nl.vays 'icposit yvw f in use. ( .V. K. BROWN. Treasurer. Howard National "Bank Tturlington, Vt. 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