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VOL. LXXXIII. NKW SKRIKS VOTj. LV.
HUPPElG? II VMONT Local Items of Inter Prom AU Parts of the Green Moun. tain Stato. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES From (lit- Island In the l.nke o the PbnsiipiiisIc, Alone Dllrr Creek ami by the Shore of White Blur Cm reed by Sne clul Correspondents ADDISON COUNTY MIDDLEBUIIY. Fred M. Cmsby (if Alortisvlllo and ic rently of Voi-gemios arrived Monday t.i Like cluugo of tilt Allddlohnry P.eglsti t us lis manager. Caleb Mm tun. wlin Is -T (ears of ago, is falling rapidly, lie has lost Ills mind smd It Is thought Hint lie i.m not live in.-iny days longer.-The-rattle shipment Monday cnnsiste d of ' wo cn-lofidH for (l. cNiv Voi : and liiighto.i )m: rUt-t L. t'. Hrovvti lias gone In Lal:o DuriiTioip, where he v. ill get his rummer resort lend.v for the coming .'cason. -John 3'tccn, wlin Wi hero it I u lit (wn oars ago for Marl-', i n ('(do., whore lie has bi cn fi.pi ! in a largo marble plant, l.ns -cuir od I" mi' -.Minda'.. market din. rs:,'s ! r. igl . -tf and butter cmiU. 1 lawn V.san has ' e'.uriiod feoni Ma bit ( e "lo v here lie had a pns th i . h 1 v '1 i.,.iko Id- hoinr hele. At tl.t ni n. ...t parish meeting of St. P.cphen's i'pi-iopai Church Monday foiling Ihp folli.ving estrvnien v.""rc f'n-tPl: l.eroy ( rtusn'-U. Nelson (loss, 1'h.uios ft. ct"o". Joseph Calhoun, Joseph Kell;, and William I. Cndy; rep l'ir waiden. I.ptoy (.'. Russell; Junior war rl n. Nelson 'Joss; seorota'T. Charles R. hptipy: Invent fr. Joseph Calhoun Alnthew t'. Riley f.f nauneniora, N. V.. for a Ions time a resident of Aliddlcburv, I- hero on a few days' visit.-MIes May I'l.'.tt Is soilnuslv HI with Hip measles. -Tiif listers met Tuesday. T!ipii' were less than a half a dozen, who appeared hcfoin tl.r hoard vilh alleged grievances.- (I. J' Moore, v. ho sppnt the winter in Fior ina, has relumed home.- Mrs. Mary P.oy I in has returned from a visa lo re latives In I'owler. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. ?d inroo, who have sppnt the winter with t'lelr son in Hartford. Conn., have re turned home Mm. Josie Norton Is visit ing relatives In Sudbury.--!'!.. -Senator John W. Stewart, who spoil the winter In California and New Vork rlly. has ret nrnod home The Methodist society :av n reception to the new pastor, Dr. D. II. Cochran, I). V- and famll. In the parlors of the rhnreh Tuesday evening. Them was a larfxe attendance and a very pleasant evening. Allss Sophia Wilds, Mho spent the winter In California, has tetnrned home. James Condon has mov ed to the limine vacated h.v Nelcy Dor r'on on Smith I'leasant s'reet. The second contpsl for tlie ehampton I 'dp of Addison county was shot off here j.cterday afternoon h.v the Mlddle'bury i.nn (Prh hefrvre a l.irce niiT'ier of In 1restei1 cpectatoi. J A. Wnulit, who frehl the tlmer In I'lnrida. made his first app-arancp at tlie traps. The after roon'p scores follow: C. F. Palmer, 41; V B. Foote. 41; Georce Palmer. 40; J. A. VrlRht, 41; I j. C. Kussell. W; R. F. Pln l ey. R7: CiishlnB Hill. 3d; C. M. fihanVho. 'J. V.'. J. Newton. The next shoot will he held the first Wednesday in June. Captain PInnsy will take eifrht or 10 men to Rutland F-lday tArhor day) for a match wltli the Rutland c,un cluh. Po ll'finen Marshal T. P,utter(leld. James MrClln-hey and Fnv C Warren made a r' cent on thn Sarttenl House with four different warrants to serve In which It was claimed that 1indlord O'Connoll was rrlllnif llfpior contrary to law. The hotel nrt outhulldliiKS were searched very t orotmhly and some supposedly eontra l.and poods were discovered nnd seized, The temporary hearing was held before J istlce A. V. Dfclipns Wednesday fore i nim with rtra.nd Juror Charles I. Rut ton piosecutlnK and the henirlnn was continued until two o'clock p. m. on Tiesdav. May 11, Mr, O'Cnnnell being pill under J'.iM bonds, JJiO on each of t uee of the cliarse' and the ball was jorthwlth furnished. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Rurt and daUKhter of Hlnulinmton, N V.. are visltlnu In town. Edward l.nnmls of C.irestdale is vlsltlnj; his son, 3nnk Ixionils. - Four old f-oldlPT nere lefoie the pension hoard Wednesday. Jerry Deere", an employe of the Bran don Italian Marble companv. who was seized with a fainting spell In the mill, Wednesday forenoon and became uncon scious. Is now resting comfortably. -Mr. aid Mrs. W. H. Davis have returned mm n month's visit In Missouri and t lilahoma -New plate class windows have been put In the stores of John H. Stewart and R. S. Rcuedlct to replace those broken by tlie heavy wind storm early In March. Matthew C Riley has leturned to Ids home In PlRttsburKh, N, V. WEST ADDISON. John P. GourIi, son of the late Mr. and Hrs. Kdward GoukIi, and F.dlth. daugh ter of Mr nnd Mrs. C. R. Shedrlrk. were married Wednesday evenltiK, April VI, at the home of the bride by the Rev. H. H, White. Mis. Charles Patten of WcMport Is In town, the kihhIs of her son, Fred Pattnn. -Wallace Hull lilnsun was In UurlliiKton Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Collins I.ltus of Rroolilyn. N. Y Ik In town. Mr. l.ltus will work for Charles Head this season. - Hrvln Carpenter Is in poor health. Hiss Hnttlf Hutchinson, who has been til for some time, Is n lltllo better. LINCOLN. MVS. Fdwln lliitlerfleld is a Utile bel ter. Nicholas fluliidon is very low wltli jiieuniruila. C. R. Rlcknel! underwent nil operation for appendicitis Friday The Rev, Mr. Wells linn returned from WulllnKford.Mis. iMarv Dm Is is better .Mrs, Tlilnn Hamner and daughter. Mrs. Wllllnm Nichols, have returned from a visit to Ronton and vlclnlty- BKISTOI.. A t.i i bp ounntlty of maple vrup has lieen shipped from the local station (ho past week William Shnllucl; c ibe Hrls tol represetitallve In the Free Press vollnn contest. Wayne Mosworth was at home from Mlddleluu v ColleKe over Sun day. -Mrs. Ann AtMns. inothei of Mis. J. M. Day, died at (he home of her dinchlcr on ,M.iilo slrct Saturday tuorn Inir. She had been In poor health for a lone time. Her tiRe was 1 .erns Atlrs llnltle f!audette Is vlsliinj,' her sister, Mis. ,1 P. Depvera. in Ludlow. O. ,1, McShnm nf Ilurllnclon was In town over Sunday K. D. Hlacluiell of Urandon wa In lovn Snturdny. S. m. Hoff reports the morning tem lieralure for April an follnws: Highest. Ml decrees: lowest, n decrees; nvr-ll!.-r .it i devices; tl,,n HVrrilU'". 'I'M k'Rrees. last year, t:U7 ileKt,.ps: rnln fall, V.'O Inches: last year, 1.(14 inches; snowfall. 7 Inches: last year, f. Inches; clourh days. 3; clear 4. partly clear. IT: nor'li wind, l.i days: south. Hi. variable I. highest point reached. ;n. Mrs. Ann Nichols died nt her home, on Church street Sund.iy tnornlnc. She was one of Itrlstni's aReil residents and had been In feeble health for a lone time. She lraws one sl.Mcr, Mrs. Fanny Tracy, nnd n nephew- nnd nelee, M. J. nnd Flossie quhnhy, wth whom she lived The tunenil was held at the lmine Wednesday, - The fu.icral of Mrs. Ann At l:lns was held at SI. An brose Church yesteiday afternoon the Rev p. K. Coffeey otllclnl In i,'. Jnter inent was in Creonwood cemetery. Th" loarers wen F. If,, a, . t 1 " J 5. I'. Palmer and James I la -id Ion. Mis, Clara Perkins, wife of Herbert Dull 'li'" died at her home on Hri.tol Flal.-i .-iTiiruay ni,-ni with pnoumnula. She leaes n husband and s.; vnunp ehll dicn. The funeral was held nt the house uednefday KM el Tii' kei- ,,f lieortfe Marvin of lown oxer Suudii-.-" third stroke of iifternoon. M-s. Mlddlebnrv and Kansas were In t:. W. Crunk had paralysis Monday F. IMmiinds went morning. M-j. to llniicror. Me., Monday lo visit her mother who Is 111, .Mrs. Sarah Shcd rh k. wife of Jatiies Mi llridc. died Monday mornlnir n'ler n Ions end painful IMue-s. She leaics a hnsland, two .otis end one dait!;liter. m is i di ver Aust't, wife f Henry I!. Allen diid in Fooler Monday inoinmc. 'n.,. hod' ntrhed here on .-ter,hiv tunrnins's train and 1li" funeral was held at the Methodist Church. Mr. and .ilr. Allen were former residents of this town. The burial was hno. Mr. and Mrs II. !;. Hewitt have return ed from their wedditif- Dip. I!. .1. Penman has sold the nruneli fai in In .Mon kt on to 1, Meeeh. and the Whit" fa "in in New Haven to Julius Armst rimer. W. N. fiove at tended n ine. tliiK of tlie district stew ard.) of the flurilncton district in Itut lnnd Monday. C. V Core has been reappointed superintendent of tlie water system and atreet commission er. W. W. Wilson of the South Side D-iiR Store and R. A. Purinton of the I'.rlstol DrtiK company have been jtranted fifth das- licenses. Mis. Irv ing Carpenter of Vcrtrenncs Is visiting In town. Peiijamtn PaKKett Is seri ously ill witli erjslpelas. Ills son. W. P. Danett of Proc.oi came Tuesday. -K. W. Frank died about noon Tues day. He was stricken with paralysis Monday moinins for the third time. He died at the home of his sister. Mrs. F. M. Varney. The funeral of Mrs James MuHrlde was held at the CotiKreitatlonal Church ".esterday afternoon, the Itev. William Millar officiating. The hearers weie Will iam Hutfhs, Tlioiiws McCormiclt. John MrConnlcl; and Joseph Truilo.- Th fun erul of M. II It Alltn, who died In Fowler .Ionda, was held .it the .Meth odist Church esterday forenoon. The Row were K. R. Stone oftlciated. The bearers H. P. Sberwln, Kuneno Alexander, G. W, Smith and Lewis Moise Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ridley of Burlington have Kuests of Mrs. N. 1. Rider this ln.en week. R. J. Norton Is visltins: his sister. Mr-. Ruth Roberts In Shelburne. :. W. Gbro was in Middlehury 'I uesday. Mrs. Frank tlnues Jimnio is 111. -J. Ii. Rider con to Improve - Mrs. I. aura H. Cole, I). D. G M. and Herbert Henton. D. D. G. P.. mad" an oftlcial visit to I.lhanus Chapter, O. E. S Tuesday evenliiR. The funetal of Ir. Ann Nichols was hId at her late home yesterday monilnp. the Rev. W. S. Pezanson ofllelatlnz - Th funeral of Airs. Hethert Dunshee was held at he" late home Wednesday nftct nonn, the Rev. R. R. Stone nfflclatlnir The runeral of F. W Frank will be held at the ConcrcKatlonal Chinch to-niorrnw nftenioon at two o'clock and will be un der Ata.snnlc auspices. -Paul Tatin. an emplovo nf the Hristol Mnnufactiirln,T Co., broke his ankl Wednesday. SOUTH STAKKSBORO. Jason Ravlln las nmed to tie Ciuiffen 1 oiijp and Fled Morrcll to the Aloodv lioi.se, vacated by P.avllu The Re True It'll of Hristol and .Mr. IJarbei of Mid dlebiiry he'd services at the srhool house Sunday. Air. Hill will he heie npaln In two weeks. The Sunday school will tp open Sunday nt two o'clock and officers will be elected for the cominc summer. 'Airs. Alice Nichols of Walden, formerly of this place, was married last week in Jetlfho to Harry Wrlfrht of Huntington. Mrs. Kamuel Tart died at Topsham Inst week from the crip. She leaves a hus band and two daiiKhtPiR, Alvrtie. who has been for several ycnis in Florida, nnd Afarv, a teaelier near .Montpelier. their honip. .Mr. and Mrs, Tart lived here at the time nf their marrlape and for sey. era! years after. They held meetings here for several weeks last winter with uooil success. George Hlllott nnd Airs. GeoiRe Varney attended the funeral. rERRISBURGH. Mrs. Timothy Cssey, wlin underwent an operation at the Mary Fletcher hospital last week, Is doliiR nicely. Airs. Jacob Clark, who has been 111 for some time, is no better. Tho en tertainment club met with Airs. Kl mr Illrkett Thursday. The follow ing officers werp elected Preldont, Mrs. U R. Avery; vlco-preslclent, Allss I.uoy Dean; secretary. Airs, Rowland Robinson; treasurer, Airs. Chns. Field; business manager, Allss Jennie Hard. .Harold Germain has recovered from an attack nf the grip. -Sirs. Alahlon Klnxman Is convalescing, HANCOCK. IMiiiuiic UlcaKoii has moved into the Iiouho vacated liy J. , Church and ffiuilly. The villjKf sidiool bcigan Monday with lAv.-Mo Khiiinuunff as tcaclior. At thn branch school George Hill Is teacher. (Continued on once a.) nruux. VERMONT LOST Bl FIRE $1,118,545 Number of Conflagrations in the the State during the Year 1908 Were 1,337. RICHFORD HIT THE HARDEST 1 lint 'I oil ll llfferpil lo l'lenf of .1;0, Mi l.itriirsi (oun l,oss In Coti-seiiiietii-e Was TIiiii of I'rnuli Mn I'lmires from litsiirntire ConiiiilsMoiiers Hrporl, Atom poller. Alav S.- Tlie report vnrd II. Dcuitt and nuv W. S ale insurance i omiulssloiiers, that dm Ins V,'C there were Ui.'.T nf Fd Rniley, show fires in 'c 'inont , ntiii'.'ti a loss of Sl.llS.. in inber of tltes In each county : damage theieof ia as follows: i ount . No. .M,!. Tne md the l.o-c. ta.ws 73.71'v" 174.111 lil.TT.I SJI.fSl !l.ft7 17.131 :'. i 7.!,i"7ii l"-,.:,l.1 r..uM i:w..Vi'i AdiMson i Peimlnifton I n iedonia Cidtteiiden ' Fm-cx 71 till Sci :h 161 14 rialiklln in a nd Isle l..-,in'jille iianie "rlmus Rutland Washington 1"1 167 Windham tiO indoor 1111 S3.:-i7 I i Total 1..177 31. llS.ntr. The I"sp.m during the ir.onili if Uctober were the Urge't of an moiitii dining Hie year amounting to Mli'Wi from iff, ilres, but In point of numbers April was ihe record mouth with Among ome of tiie towns of the State suffering consldet alile damage by fires were tlie follow Ina: tiiiingtoii. I4,SS: Danville. Kl.r.vi. llardwick. Sil,24l; Si. Johiisbur . $1J,7I7; litirllugton, t.'l.rSfi; Itlrlmiond, $1.1.1177, Knoshurgh. ,v;7.'.di'. Fairfield, in.lLV.. Gcorcia, 5I7.IH': P.hh ford, JlS'i 'X'; St. Albans, V.'t.tra, We,t Fail le. Jl!i.77.".. Gloer, j:7.IO.'.; Tloy, j:.1..V11; Cast'eton. Vit..Vp;: Poultney. JI0..W; Rutland. JS.Is;. ltocl:lm.-ham. ;2.;:M: Westminster. 52.ii7, Wilniington, Vifi.U'i; Springfield, fr.l.ll. , The State lire Insurance companies In lii'iS wrote risks of JSI.iMHS as against J7.55r'.."a". In 1W. The premiums received amounted to .",Co.570 during IPOS and Si;.".. :M 111 1!""7 The losses paid in IV were W:f.77o mil In 1ri7 to MI7.4.M1. The losses Im urred amounted to f HI, "77 In 1fJ'H and to ."71. In IW. The nboc tefers simplv lo Vermont companies. The aggregate written b all liie companies in 1 was t!O.SC!l.2T4 against 7T.?.i7..Vt7 the year he fore. l.IFK INSFP.ANCF, INCRFASF.. The life Insurance business shows an Inciense in amount of money rep resented and a decrease In I lie number of policies Issued. In 1P07 14,9.11 poli cies weie Issued amounting to jr,,?t;i 1."..", nnd In lSfls ii,.ir,7 policies were Issued amounting to $e!,fi(!5.077. Thero weie "6.97." policies In fence in 19S as against 74. lis In 1907. Tin amount of money represented in the policies In 19ns was Si10.7Sfi.ei4:.. The lldellty and casualty companies, State companies, show an Increase In premiums iccelved. In 1 10 g the ag gregate' was 14 1. M9 and In 1907 $:13. '44. The American Fidelity company of this city show tlie largest amount of business of any Stale company. CITES FORGIVING SPIRIT. Itobcrm Post nf Itullnnil cllntril nt Heine Criticised. Rutland. AViy IF.. The members of Roberts Post, (.. A. It. am somewhat agitated over the rtltlrlsm that they flu not show the forgivlns spirit towards Confederate soldleis because of their dis approval of the St. Alh-uis invitation to rtennett Young. (.en. I., fl, Klngsley to-day cited sev eral Instances which go to show tiiat the Rutland post has burled the hatchet with real Confederate soldiers. "Twenty-threa years ago," he said, 'Tim Rev. W. H, Huck Inghain, a former reiael soldier, then a pas tor here, gave tho Atemorlal ds.5 address nt tho Invitation of the post's otllcers. When Charleston, S. C. was suffering from the e.irtliciia.ke shock of luSO, our post sent J-TTi Inwards the relief of con federate veterans, who were In distress. We were perparlng to Invite (Jon. Henry Kyd Douglas to address us ,1 few ears ago when his death Intel fered. WUen Oeneral (Jordon itave a lecture h"re s,ine years aco, the members ot tho post sat on the stage of the opeia house with him. Within six months the post contributed money Inwards a fund for a monument for Ham Pavls, Ihe martr."1 Confederate soldier, buried at NnshUlle, Tenn " NfmmiFIKT.I) PU'MHBIl HANKIU'PT Rutland, May r. Rnswell E, Heckley of Northfleld, a plumber, to-day hied a petition In bankruptcy with Clerk F. ft. Piatt of the Flitted States cnuit. He had liabilities of JW,.49 and his assets ag gregate tS,TO of wblrli $31 Is eenipl. PURSES TOTAL $13,000. I'.arly Climlnic Itnces nt lliillancl anil Fair HiMrD n I'ciitorc. Rutland, .Mm 6. Tlin announcement was madei yeslc iday by Secretary W. K. Farnsworth of the Rutland County Agri cultural society that over $13,000 In pluses would be offeree! In the (Jreen Aloun tnln circuit which takes in Middlehury, Rutland, Fair Hnven, Alnneliester and South Walllngford, during the coming fall, for races to be pullpd off In connec tion wltli Ihe county fairs. The racing will begin at .Mlddlebury Ibe last week In August and the other fairs will follow in the order named. There will be a four days fair at Fair llnvoti, but lacing only the last three days. Of this nmoiint of nioiiej arreted $3,7d will be hung up in this city. Thfi amount doubles any olTers of the kind ever made before by this association A new feature of the Fair Haven and itntland falis will tin thn addition nf lliieu slake or yearly closing rucei. ton. vt.. tih-hsdav, may i;. HUSBAND SAYS HE LIED. Ilr, Hell Welciiiiies ,. Iln, )rr. 'I lint she Hlopcl. Alotitpi-lier. Mav After 1m lug ;jlcn a hearing In 'Itv (out this mottdtig, Charles llurlhiiti nnd Airs. Addle tn of Uoxburv, who neie hi ought here lasl wtek under arrest fmm Manchester, N H , charged wltli a statutory offense, were discharged. Joseph, the husband of Mrs. I'ell, told State's Aliorncv Gates some lime ago Hint the couple eloped from ttoxbui-v two months ago wltli his, team and three children. He now de clares that what he told Hie Stnte's at torney w'.is fal'e and that his wife is i going bnek to live with him Since Huilnnrt and Airs. H"t weie brought back from Alanrhester they hnre been In county I Jail III def.ii.'t of J.V.i I'nd'r the cliruin-i stances Slat' s Atto-ne fintes (oiild do nothing else hut ask for a nolle prnsse of i the case. j FORMES. WINOOSKI WOMAN. .Mrs. .1. o. rii-iileiii !)le, ad. truly nl e, .iMtitistnir.' . St. JnhiMh irv Mac r. l--. Charlotte t'1l7.abeth C'fiinton, a lesldent nf Winoo kl for nbout CO veais. liut who for the tas F, years had llxed liere wltli her '.! v son. Ilr Charles A. Crattiton, died lely si:il'Icn! tlii n, on. it, r of niol"S' SI e was e w'diiv. of lit. J i. I'ratn- 'le.tl. Who rt.l-- lol.llerl ; t I'llloslll 1 ll allll Winnoskl nd died at tlie latter place. The funeral v.'i'l he held I'tlday after Mion at the house. Ihe Rev. James A. 'I 'lom.pson nf tlie Hpisconal CI ureli, olll ciatlng, and the hodv will he taken to Knoshurgh Falls. Sat m-d'n- for burial, beside her hnsbnnd. sfprkaik corrtT ap.cfmknts Jlontpelier. Ala; S. The time of supreme court tn-diiy was larg"l taken up In I'tKiiments in the firlenns county cne of llafjsam vs. Stafford, it over, tu Willi h a liiatillly or logs was lnvol"ed. Arguments were commenced late this iifternoon In the Orleans county case of Frank J 1,'hhy vs. the Canaeiian Pa-d'h-rallwav. an appeal from a ruPirg of the State bnaid of railroad commissioner. LOST HER WAY A-ItTAY1".NG. Kirtern-li cnr-CM.I 1'iilrlce i.lrl in Ml Mela, rairlee. Mhv .".. M 1 -s. Kdr.,, Hntchins, :ed i,-,, foi whom a Inige numlier of tesiiietits of this tonii sourrheel on Aloiey nionnialn tliroiiglioiit last nlslit. was found to-day at Hie home of a ft lend in lliadford, none the worse for her wandering. The yolini.- woman went on the env.n taln In scan h of Mn v'lowers yesteiday a'ternooii, ard when she fulled to re. I Til home at dark a searching paitv was orannlr.ed. Carl t. j rorpticon her family rereived w id at she was at tne home of a f' iml .n llradfoid. live ri'les distant, til . ehlld relum-il home. She stated (hat he.-e.nnri; lost In the woods she nandeied al'.ut unt 1 after oark. finally coming cut on the road at il e other end of the mountain fiom home. She reengnlrrcl Ihe locality and Weill to a ncaihy house who-e occ ipants she knew. As slie was well i;rd on; her friends kept her there f,,i the nk'ht. MEETING AT TICONDEKOGA. 'rer-en(eii:irj CniiiinUsion llU"iiuse Plans of Celelirntlon There. Plattsbiugli, N V, Jlnv fi -The Lake Chainplain ten entcna rv commissi,!., met at Tlcoiidr-t ;: to-d.iv. Tlie lonimls slouers Inspec'ed t,,. n-n-k of resioring thp old fort Plans for the tercontenai v celehratlon ilu-Ing the we.'k of Jtilv 4 were dlsinssed. Arrangements were made to have salutes to President Taft and ilov. Hughes tired from .Mount In dependence on July ij and a liuge bontlie at the fort will be prepared as a part of the night display of licit date. Two long distance marches bv detach ment" of l'n!ted States soldiers w et e airojig the plans discussed One nf the will he by two squadrons r,f cavalr from i'oit IQthnn Allen and the other, over a We) mile route by field batteries from Fort Mers, Va. STRIKERS FIREDljPON. Mleiiililed lo Itush en n Hunt nml Pull off lis CrcH. Puffalo. May 5 Sti liters, who rushed on board the steamer Charles w. ICot cher at the Import Kle.nor doede here to-night to take off the crew, were met with a voilev of shots by the sppci.il watchmen on hoard. The strikers stuck to tho boat until the police rescives at rlvcd. They thn scattered and ran. No arrest wns made and so far as known no one was hit hv the ieolvcr shots. A number of members of the ciew of the Hndger State were badlv beaten on Ihe dock at Tonnwanda .lust before the steamer sailed to-night Fnlou Hfamen and cooks left the j ft. Alorrow and Frederick II. Wells here to day. The steamers America and William Castle Rhodes sailed with non-union crews. The America has been held up sopral da:is for lack of men. A crew of strikers showered her with stones as she parsed out of Ihe harbor. Thee package freighlers left with union crews; Averlll. Home, Ogdensburg and Wlllies barre. STATE SEN. O'NEIL DEAD. 1 1 ml Lent lleen Coniiected Hi Ihe Aim Vorl. IKlsinlure, M.ilone. N V.. May R. State Senator W. T O'.N'ell. representing tlie ,14th district, died nt his home In St. Regis Falls at six o'clock ibis morning. Sen ator O'Neil was bopi In Franklin county In If SO and was educated at the piattsbiirgh Academy and Foil F.dward Collegiate Institute and In 1S0 located nt St. KckIs Falls. Tlie town of Wuverl.x was organlm-d, and he was elected republican supervisor. The next year he was elected member or the Assembly and served four tenns, serving on the ways and means, game laws and education committees and was a member of tlie lloosevolt Investigation committee in LSR4. Since 1900 he has been in tho Stnto Senate succeeding Congressman Alalby of Ogdensburg. The funeral will he held from the .Methodist Church at St. Regis Falls Friday aflniiiucjii at one o'clock, Ihe Rev. Win. Thomas officiating At Ihe tin. 0 of Ills dentil Ills immediate fam ily consisted of the widow, two sons, H Hd ward and Arthur O'Neil. Mrs. A Maclbinald and the AIlsscs Pliirence and lliirnthy O'Neil, all of si, Itegls Falls, I'tisllimstor O'Neil of Wnlone was an only brother. vm. SENATOR LODGE FOR SPEAKER State Tercentenary Commission Will Invite Him to Deliver Historical Address Here. MEETING LAST EVENING I. l.fiMrencc .ulitiiils PIiiii for n Chnniptfitii Memo rliil -Pres. 'I tmni lls of .tlililleliilr, '-tihiuits ero lirntn for Itellglous (ih se r niice. A meeilng (, the Vermont Si.iio teicen tcm.iy commission wa- held i.i' cniua c tli" 'nn Ness House, :,i wi ii ii all the members weie present Willi II, e ev 'iltton of (i T. Jers of li-itl'ind. The ueetlng was a ,,nK one n, various Platters which hae be-en haiialng lire for ,i Inng lime weie decided lies'des tlie members of the c itnni sslon Mayor J. i:. Hutke. N. W. Pisk of Me La Alette and L.o. Armstrong of Montreal, who "ill lave charge of i',c Indian pic.rants. Weie plcenl. Among ,,tier things it w is iV, '.led tli.it toe r.itiitial gov ei nt,,ent sliall m ml ,,ut I. ii'ilious to tlie fore.gn pitesi'. erpec'- '" '" Piesenl floln Hngpind I'H.Milil.l al'e Fi.'itee. Th' presence of t'ese dis nrcuished personages will adil nine ii in tlie illgiut. and Impoitaiue of tl e- bi'.tlon. L- I! ' 'in r.'igioii of Mont'pal r pi e 'IIIX Oil p-f.-iel del.., live Ilgeilrv of 11,111 i 't appeared heroic the i or.nnlxsi,,,, iM . pi. in for piote ting He pin, lie again i I ' kpfie ke'tw. second stec ' iiimii and Ci-'' ''I. Ili plan. v.li. !. wc an e-,iccl,iPv mod oi a, will In sld, ted an ailed ' poll later, c. R Citinnilfg- ic 11 1 i lltwr JuiKiion. edit,,,- :(,,, tnui .ig.-i of ihe Vet'inontei'. was ground Ho , . . i . 1 -( ge to nial.e 1 1 1 1 c 1 1 . , v i ,ipl,s ,.f ine .lip, rent scenes dining ten eniepai v week :m use in his puhlleatlon. FOR NLWSPA PKP. A I KN .Major Itiuke apiieiired heloie ihe i mn. mission In legard P. I lie nci oiuiiiodatioii of isitlng newspapei men. of which many ate expected to tie present. It was decided that the vi-nl'ii; Journalist!) he nccommndnled In Hie secjtid story front room of Fiie Siali 'i 'n 1 on church it'eei. wbcie lelegrapli msi n'.'iits and lypiwrlleis will be insialled tor their acoiuniodatioii. A. I. Lawrence, t' e l,n il arcidl "et. submitted a desicn fm a ' .laniplaln nie tilotlal. Tlie design i somewhiit atte" the si vie of the Campanile at Ve.dce. Italv. being t.- feet lfg' The oesign calls for a bricjj aicli. and a coppr dome, urn'ouiited hv a gold eross. Tl cie would he a spiral s'at"(iis,. in Hie 'uside. so that Ultors (ou'd ca-iil) gain Hie top The Idea caused much f.io-al.le com ment because of the pernip.'icnc. and so1l.lt of tlie de 'gn. The. , nti,, ,,f lltn. possiliie ( 'iia nipl.iin nieji.ni -at w'is noi ds"Us.ei ll w ss deeided to ln !') the Hon Henry Cabot Lodge. I'nited Stales senator from AInsacliusetts to be tl e historical speaker In (Pirllnglon on Tliutsdjv. presidential dav , tel. gi im was sent last evening to Senator plllti'Kl'nm re etuestlng him to make the invitation In person. All tlie governors of the New Fnglaiid States will alo be Invited to b present as the puests of the rtovcrnOf nf Vol mon I President J. AI. Tlionias of .Middle, hnrv, clnlrnian of lellgloiis observ ances, presented ,i proa ram for the church observnnces during the week. This program met with approval nil' It was decided to Issue several thou sand printed programs as suhmitted bv President Thoinns. ITiLPFRS ISSCFP. Tlie p.ute Illustrated folder, de scribing Hie tercentenary celebration and In vvhiih Hurllnginn takes a pionilnetit p'nt, may he had by either applvlng to l, M. Hays, ci retary of tlie State i onitnlssloii, or C. U. Allen, secietaiv of the local executive com mittee. Pernios desiiing lo mall In formation regarding Ihe celebration may also get the same from t'le above named person in the shape of I'.u 12 page folder, which accittately decsrihes the celebration to take place. TO-PAY'. TItIP To ISLi: L AIOTTK The memlx-rs of tne Vermont State commission will leave or the Aliul iiulta this morning for Isle La Alotte. where the giounds theicahouts will he visited in piepar.Hlon for the cele bration to lie he'd theie op PrhU) of Tercentenary week. A site for tlie possible loratton of the ohar.iplnln memorial will also be liuated. Tho commission will ho accompanied fiom here bv 1 O, Armstiong of Aloniro.il N. W. Flsk of Isle Ln Motle and Mayor .1. R. Illirke of this city. It Is e. pected that President Taft ami party will visit sin La Motte on the day of Its celebration, which will make the ohservatii e there a great success. Among other persons to be present at Isle La Alotte lo-da.v aie Chairman Knnpp of Alocieis, N. Y.. nnd Mr. I.a fountaln. a member of the executive celebration committee of Platishurgh Other representatives from New York ale also expected to be present The visitors will he entertained nt lunch eon at tlie home of N W i'lsk LIVE STOCK COMMITTEES. Members fur llllferrnl cu I'.uit luuel Mules Ciinllrnieil. Poslon, May .". -The New England Lh Stock nssoclallon, meeting In the Revere Hcuse last evening, continued the fol lowing Stale oniinlttee. tunned h.v Presi dent Finest L. Llbby For AlaliiH, 1. L Uoodrleh. F O. Thompson, C H Farrliigtcin: for New Hampshire, W. F. Wallace. 10. li. Hol I'lciik, I'. L. Cottciu; for Veriuont, Ucu Jailllll liadle.v. J W Rhilicliaiil. N II. Woodard; for Massachusetts, II A. (Ill mote, H. V. Whitney, A. M. Huggs. A specltV for pnln -Ilr Thomas' Fclectiio OH, strongest, cheapest lini ment ever dovHcel, A household rem dr In America for 25 yenr- SEN. ROOT IN FORESTRY. l!iulnK r.2,'.'OII Trees el Out on Ills IJslnte (iotrriimenl uprrt Isltiit. I'tlra, .May f. An Interesting expel men' In tree planting is now' under wnv on die est.ite of Senator Kllhn Hoot at '.'tintoii under tlie direct supervision of a i eprejii.ntal i . e of the government for cstrv setwlce. A ppro V linn 1 el v .VJ,;nfl 'OHiig tiecs, varying In lieight fiom 7 to 14 riches, aie hetpg set out In rows six led iipnrt. Tlie tiees ini'luile 111, In white pine, I.M'f'l' Neil Wn p"llre, Willi ll were Milppe'l liotn lieiinrn, .,,L'io i'i d pine, i, 'm ud IK. r, 2ei blH'k 1'" i-t .', nee inr.'it met '.I'm b.nswdod. he sprm e will lo mix- d .cith iiltetnate rov s aid in loi.i and a half lo five acre pint with lo-u t. red oak, pipe iiiid liasswood The while pine will ne m'e, w,!i'i lorusl. ifd o-tk and r d Pine " -t n ..i and spin.-c v.i! also oe olnntel loKetl.er. using two lows of ihe.il lillt to e-tn ll row of sj-c . e The fnrist trees- whli li are bing ep,.,tr,i ! 'iiesi n cw Vork Slaie lie w .He pine. nrwa' sprm e and whi. nse imi ns sevcril o'hci ari.'1ies will ib.n',tiet do well 'n tld.. section it is i-eavonhlo io llppeeee that tie lll of va I ie! e. ( Imsetl t, SetlHlOf 'toot fill' ns preset!) rypeii- in'Ht will be etein).-d r.est spring. SUGAR 0HEOKBR ARRESTED Nf IV Ve.'k. Alav f,. cilinlnnl toeict'. . uses as H.e outi owth of the giveir iirnt's s.i.t ugai'st tlie Amer'cin Suijir P.f lining loliipan.v which resulted in r . dlsclns ; ,. of wholesale under welching , of sugni Imports was begun by the fe , o-al ii'itlnuillps bete to-d.iv. Thomas Fel'oe... checker on tl e dni'ki of tlie rnin- psiiy In liinoklvn. was pkeed mder c 1 1 si on ui indict nut . 1 .irg'ng I i n ,v e'tig one of the pie, w'" look pal' "e ffa-i I ilent tllanlp ll.lt I ' ! 1 "' the .e;i!.. : - ' le'-ult nf which tl. i 'inpanc l -eet.tlv na d the gove 'itrie- ..'.1.,4.ea.i n .ink d.Hes. Tlllollfh i o 1 1 ". e Kel ee pleaded luit guilt j when a i r.ilgneil ii -tore I'nited Stales Commissioner Mot'.. ual ed PNflinlnaltuii and gave IJ iVi hail t wim r.e 'ice on Mav I'J before the I n -In' States ivuirt In .Manhatia.i. 1 GOT PENSION BY FRAUD. J;imr CiiiitiliiKhnnt. nf (;ood MrihIImu In thr tit . It.. iMpihN fiiilll X sil it ot hr v I'frson'" nmc. X' w Vf.iK. Miv Aft r l-,iinic h fri ni"t vr:ir ros;t . . t . ' : . 1 i A ' nn yai lipritt- 'v It- tn'k! i .'.'.nu"- i 'uiiniiifflifiin. r:i '.ndi Ukw i k':.'"l n 'Itv to-ilnv to 1 1 1 fra-il 'mi'K ..Stalnl rrnv'n tnonn from t I t itf'1 S'SltM ffO TlltllPP! Mo mj: M''t Piirp'1 Sat unln.v. Cunrim'luini t 75 onr "1 I For -rritl y'M ' s n infpiv-fil 'i ill vnsjnn nl'M i ,i nlnimiot: fnl-Mmimt .Uirli-,; M'h a- nnrlr-r tl.p fnio rf I'M", i W-i'k-"- in pompnn. I il M li N - .v rrk ol.. . 'on fi-c , nut'' .'. I. " Wdlk"" a .otf-a'i 'nt n1 I of i - s,iiii i'-j;lrr.'' at t f t - ni limp a rpiilcnr nf ( rlfnih c, V. V, juhI drawing: a pt-n.nti ir-ii- !- own mini" CRUISERS ORDERED AHEAD. ' Atnerlenn ships t'rg:eil lo Iteacb ller sliiu S(,(n ns Possible. Wishington. Mav .. Insirucecons l.a- rc'en sent le, e ii insert ,".,iih i .en lir.r- and Montan.i wiiie-' 1 ' ro-rp e 1 ,u c'llhraltar to pne-eed to V rshia as F.mn as ships have coaled ' .1, l.i n il'ian A. Marsliall comi'iuudliig tl" sqimdio" has been ordered to v'ew t .e iltuat o a: Alerslna and then on rn',p wltli on , or both crullers to Ale xami'efta n i ( :ir to the needs of the "itu.itli n e -: lag when he i cache- Alerslna II wul , take an ut two d.ivs for He- North c -1 mi and .Montana, to take on coal nt ci'iralta:- aiul t'ney lir.yc beep nnkio io pioceed at full speed o soon as the ...t'. Ing has been complete 1 It Is proh.ih e ihey will leach Jlerscna about May 1. CKFIsnitS AT (JI1JHALTAP.. (ilhraltar. Mav h -The Cnlfd States i misers Norto i'h ol i.a and Montana ar rived 1 ete tn-dav from tiiinnla mo. Cuba. Tl'ov aie be. mid fe" s'a"' Turkey to r'ore the Ainer.c.iu interests. FAIR BUPNT OFF WITH HOT LEAD. (tut Commodore llcuvell nn Has line llcuit of llulr. Wasldngtoi . l c. Mav i I nicest in the case of Commodore (1 P Howell, of this city. who. cft.-r having had I. Is hair and eyebrows hi rnerl off with hot letcl. regained his t'otuioi lu.Miiiant locks, has Increnseil st ujeetidous'v . When 'n'erview ed. Commodore Howell said- "HoctoS told me that niv scalp had been affected and that toots of He hair weie Ipir'Kcl Out. I not'ieil an "cm m one f He New Yo-1, papers .list at tins tune le reirlng to a iicitiv.nl beinis dlsliibuted a Mi Kcene of italtlmo'e. 1 sent lo him wih the result Hint I now have a fui he'ad of hair and sp-ocg eyebrows.' Readers who jre interesied are aiivised lo communicate.' will Mr. William Chns Keene. President of me Lorrlmer Insti tute. Munich ;sfi, Hallimore, Aid. This mailer Is worth looking Into and it some thing that e.ur balillie.ide I ft lends will appreciate. He distributes fieo trial lieatnients by prepaid mall ENCYCLICAL BY POPE. I'rues Hie lierrr? " I'ltvbt ncalesl ibe lloclernlsl Tendenc.'r, Rom. Alav T The Pope lo-l.iv Issued n'l enc.vcll.Ml In connect on with the c 'phtli cenle.rini.il iibservallo'i of the death of St nelni. He recalls the noble struggles of ihe Catholic enimtTles tcr the fundamental rights of the chinch and urges the clergy to-day to flKllt ngalnst the niodernest tendency In cider to strengthen the union between tho faithful nnd the Pontiff. PIUNOF.FS C.FTS A PIVOROF. Paris. May Princess Hubert Pe Pioglle, who was Miss Ksuile Aleri'itider of San Fliinclscii. to-dav vvas granted a divorce from her husband on tlie gtouiid nf desertion. She was given the custody of her child and alimony of 160 a mouth. The father Is lo see the ehlld nt staled Intervals unly. The prince was con demned to pay Ihe costs cr the suit. WHSTON NKAIl KANSAS CITY. Kansas City. Mo.. .May .1, -Hdvvard Payson Weston, walking from New York to San Francisco, lo-nlght reach ed Oak (Jrove 20 miles east if Kans.'- ity nnd expects to he In Kansas til' to-morrow. NTMIJKIl Jo. PEACE CONGRESS Addresses by Representatives of Seven Nations at Closing Sessions. SOCIALIST JARS MEETING Asked ihe CniiKress lo Iteeounle Ike Internal Iiimii socialistic Movement Ilesnlul Inns I rce the (.n criioictit Ie. Secure sjjree nienls as lo A riii.iiuciits. I ' I ..v.. M 1 oelir - c tl 1 1 a renl ie s ; j e ove .11 tl'i rfcjUs io i 1 e., c ,e.resc . v ce nvnrt . r io 1 ( '"l i.i ' li nl i" ll. i seen, id I" . It I I ' ! Willi ,i Ln p e' '-uciii A ldressei W ' mail. .,. .1.. ,-pl en !! a' Vfs () "i'i! nation n hsm,)... i ,. i p.errti rff and v' I i g I ' g in person ap- ' -i I fit c:. n I I'iiin: respect've- 'iicli.ii I A I; l i. .ei. -eweiary of 1.' . in . e,i m rltej .-1 i i- i it '..!!. 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I 'g ' -.pji'.Tid J. peeteiiv at ti - .'',,, i of i- ' us-. Commerce ba-uicet v iii we.iinei up tlie thiei dav. ii. nR ,.f the s md Nation-'' pei . ..hi;.,.. ,ir j tacked the. C .s w ch ' nl 1 , i a refill' o n'l., ei tie va'ious npe.ll en "f p. eiei Ig ot-ei'liiig world peii' e. "A good n iv -"ii p . od ai'iiv cie do mote to I" n- i 1 '.i ace man all 'he speech. oi .' i ' .1 .gates ,n(i den, l.riir.e 'The -o' let- ej ,, j.tee ' He olvcs pi i.-p . . mi ,i ,t w''er w.i are in tioub'.i vv e i;;t t ;i hi ng ib, ' if tiaPor i' t pare.! i ' ' I themselves nr.l i-t.' ! '.nn'v a'l.i a w is Rotnu io co more than ! is ge-cg t ret no 1 think that the pantoft of rhf, people snd the good i'n!-'nen' if e tatesmen wil pieveut w.n FIX PITTSBURG GRAFTERS. Sentences Imposed on Seven Incli Imprisoned -lines from s."00 in sin.min. litisbiirg, M.u '. Sentence wa- '"' " d In criminal cont to-day by Judge R - S l"ra3:er on seven persors com i e within the last few weeks in n . municipal graft cafe.- The senten follow: V. It.iiiwc), former Nat onal hank president convicted of biibi rv a year and six months Imprisonment and .1 line of MO.OtV. Cnpt. John Klein, councilman two yearn and a tine of l.evo on n briber, conviction and one jcir and six mouths on a eon spliaey cunv iction. Joseph C Wflsson and William Hrnnd, former councllnien, each onn ear nni six miinthh and a tine of $.VU for con spiracy. II. Al llolger. hotel keeper, two years nnd a tine of .'i for bribery Charles Culbeit and John Colbeit. oou Vlcti'd of iilteinptlng to bribe the buy in the Railing bribery case, two searj and a line of J.WJ each Pormer Hank Caiditer A A il'sa k WKJ not sentenced to dav iu',1 i was said will not he untM n'i,i . in, testlllcl tn srvei.il nthet i as,s liketi Id come up FOOD- HAS CLOSED