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THE BUKLINUTUN FW5IS 1'JIESS AND TIMES: TIIUllSDAT, AUGUST 12, 1909
MOST SUCCESSFUL MEETING
Funeral Directors and Embalm
ers Went Homo Well Pleased.
",fporlri of Committers Presented imil
Odlrtni rieoted nt Closing Session
Thursday M ornlnir. Mnn j Xw
Member Joined Here.
The Inst mrellnR of the Vermont
Funeral Directors' and nmbalmers'
issoclatlon wns ImKl Thursday morn
Inpr nt R :30 Iti the Masonic- Temple
hull. The work thnt was scheduled
!or tho session nt 1:00 p. m. was fono
tlirottKli wltli In the morning so thnt
.here wns nothing I't for nftcr
tnon but the examination for the II
censlnir of embnlmerH lit the State
Laboratory of Hygiene. This wnH
held nt the prnpoed time and n Inrfrer
Mass of candidates presented them
selves than ever before.
Thursday ninrnlnir thn vnrlous stand
UK and special committees re
ported. tlier was nn election of nifl
:or, and Professor Itenouard nnswer
td questions for about an hour. The
rommlttee on memorials presented
appropriate resolutions respecting- the
Seath of I t Colo of Parro, who died
JurlnK thn past year. .T. n. Stearns
.if Rntlnlid was the chairman of thlf)
onunlttee. The committee on resolu
tions, of which J. A. Gibson of ICnos-bur-jh
Palis was thn chnlrman, pre
sented lefolutlont expressing tho ap
preciation of the association for the
courtesy of tho oltlzens of Hurllngtnn.
tlie cordial welcome extended by Mayor
IJurke, the kindness of tho Hev. C. J.
Staples, and th full reports of the
The executive committee reported
upor the condition of tho finances of
the association and It wns found thnt
there wns morn money In the treas
ury tit the present time tlinn ever be
fore The membership committee re
ported upon tho number of members
laken In within the past yenr, which
exceeds thnt of any previous year.
Tho legislative commttteo reviewed
the efforts of the undertakers of the
State to obtain spoc'al legislation nnd
expressed hopes of success In the fu
ture. After the report of the com
mittees there wns a lecture by Prof
Charles Honounrd, nfter which lie 'ans
wered questions. A very Interesting
hour wns passed In this way.
At the election of officers C. II.
JI.vden of Hlverslde wns re-elected
president of the nssoclatlon; J. I-..
Keefe of Hollows Fnlls wns made tlrst
vice-president; J. II. Kelley of Bur
lington, second vice-president; nnil A.
K. Hale cf Hradford was elected sec
retary A new executive committee
was elected, which consisted of the
president nnd secretary, ex-oftlclo, .1.
TS. Stearns of Rutland, J. H. Kelley of
nurlliiKton, J. A. Gibson of EnosburRh
Falls. J. J5. Keefe of Bellows Fnlls.
The new leplslntlve committee wns
elected ns follows: J. P. Onrrlsnn of
roultney, 11. K. Pond of nrnttleboro.
and A. H. IHuilass of Kssex Junction.
The membership committee consisted
of F O. Tense of Jericho Center, A. J.
ninckmer of Mlddlebury. nnd V. W.
Pcnnett of Manchester Center.
The president, C. II. Hayden. was
elected ns dele-rate to the national
convention, which will be held In
Portlnnd. OreRon, some time In Oc
tober of this yenr. The examination
which wns held Thursday nfternoon.
ivns under the direction of Dr. II. H.
(lolton, who Is secretary of the Ktnte
Doard of health Tills convention has
been the most successful ever held in
the Rtatf, and the undertakers nro -ruin
away from PurllnBtor. well plens
ed wltp the work they have accomp
lished and thn weloomo they have re
ceive from tho city, A lienern! Ini
presslon has existed that the under
takers nr "ou for the Roods." to
the exclusion of nil other Inteiesfi
Thin Is net true, nnd especially Is It
fals- that the object of their eonven
tlons Is to Increase prices and to bet
ter themselves financially. Tliev meet
every yenr for the purpose of perfect
Ins themselves In their work The
candidates this yenr admitted to the
association were- r; c. Johnson. Hrad
ford, A. M. Jorns, Warren; It. 1-' lliit-h,
Bristol; F. n. Taylor. Troy; W. n.
Cabot, Windsor; A. r I.nn-.b. ft.mdolph;
K. C. Towers, White River Junction;
M. J Wl.lieoml., T"ast Hp.rre; M. S.
Rounds, Iliirrc-; C S Ashley, Milton;
P. J. Kane. Potiltnev; M. I,. ITIcks,
J'nirfax. H. M PnddoeV, Ilnnnln-rton;
V. F "Render, Ilurllni-ton: C. TV An
tre'i Mlddlebury; P I-:. Vittum. Pelolt
vllie; Lyman Cnnrten, Wnlllncford;
C, J P'inc-n, Mlddlohury; W, H. Mr-Cou-te
P H. Read. Hlnesburxh, Wal
ter Jones, Hnrdwlck; Prwln I.lllcy,
Ilyrto Park (1. D. Piatt. N'ewpnrt; It.
J Kelley Morrlsvllle; O. M. Wilson,
Post Mills- C M. Cr'ppen, Il.-illston,
to riinvKNT nnunrrs nisnsr:.
Ilrlgbt's disease Consumption of the
Kidneys, Is Junt ns fatal as consumption
of the lunKF, and an It Is liable to uttack
r.ny one when their Kidneys nie In a
tl sordered condition. Everyone should
watch their Kidneys and keep them
healthy. Ono way to do this Is to keep
the stomach and liver healthy. If either
of these organs are unhealthy the Kid
neys soon bec.omn afflicted. Keep your
stomach healthy by uslnc Uydaln's
Btomach Tablets, nnd your liver by
IlydaJe's Liver Tablets nnd thus prevent
Urights Disease. Bold and guaranteed
fcy J. W O'Sulllvnn, HurllnBton, Vt.;
ehanlcy & Kstey, Wlnoosltl, A't.; Junc
tion Pharmacy, Kssex Junction, Vt.; V.
B. Ny ft Co., Underhlll, Vt.: C. I. Hatch
A Co., Wftterbury. Vt. ; B. A. Frost, Mil
Positively cured by
these Iilttle Pills.
They also relloro Dis
tress from Dyspepsia, In
digestion and Too noarty
Eating. A perfect rem
edy for Dizziness, Nausea,
Drowsiness. Bad Taste
In tbs Mouth, coated
Tongua, fain In the Side,
TORPID LIVER. Toiy
regulato tba Bowels. Purely vefotaMa.
SMALL f ILL SMALL DOSE. SHALL MICE.
Gsnuina Must Bear
ALL OUT OF SORTS
Has Any Burlington Person
Never Pelt That Way?
Feet nil nut of sorts?
Tired, Itlue, Irritable, Nervous?
ltnrk feel lame and achy?
That's the story of sick kidneys
Dad blood circulating about;
Krle ncld pnl.sonltiK the body.
Just one way to feel rlt:ht arcaln,
Curo tho NluKKlsh kidneys:
Do It with Donn's Kidney Pills,
lloan's havo cured many Hurllnston
Here'n one case.
Thomas Cushlnn, 151 S, Rnttery St.,
IturllURton, Vt., snys: "I Buffered for ten
or twelve years from bnckncho and
pains In my hips. 1 nlso had headaches
nnd nttiicks of dizziness nnd at nlirht I
could not sleep well, cot tin-- up In tho
mnrnltm tired nnd lamruld. The trouble
wns nlways more noilceable on a damp
dny or when 1 took cold, (in a friend's
advice, boiran usltur 1 loan's Kldnev
Pills, procured from the Park Drnir
Store. The first few dose? relieved me
nnd I continued to Improve until cured.
I am Bind to irlve Doan's Kidney Pills
For salo by all dealers. I'rlce M cent".
Foster-Mllbitrr Co., Ruffalo. New Vork,
sole MRents for the Pnlted Slates.
Remember the name Doan's and take
CLOSE OF SUMMER SCHOOL.
Increase In Aunilier of Course-. K
lirpteil ex Vrnr.
The first serslon of the Fnlverslty of
Vcrtnont summer closed Friday, nfter
a most successful term of four weeks.
Tho session this vear was two weeks
shorter than was originally Intended, on
account of thn tercentenary celebration,
which Interfered seriously with tho open
Inn of the school. The attendance, how
ever, was remarkably pood anil more
pupils were registered than hnd been
expected by the fnculty.
Courses of Instruction were Klven In
French, Latin, Kncllsh, German,
mathematics, teaching, elementary, agri
culture, mnnunl trnlnliiK nnd home
economics. Several courses In the hlRher
branches of study were pursued, many
tnkhiR ndvnnced work In lannu.ines. There
was nlso a clnss In differential equations.
The students came from nil parts of tho
State and they weie full of Interest from
the bcKlnnliiR to tho end of the summer
school. Next yenr It Is expected thnt the
number of courses will be Increased nnd
some new depnitments will be ndded to
the work 'if the school. There hnve been
repeated expressions of satisfaction on
thn part of the pupils and It looks now
as though the new department had a
career of unbroken prosperity opening
Dertha M. Terrill, professor of home
economics, left last evening for her sum
mer cottage nt Yarmouth, Me., where
she expects to spend the remainder of
her vacation. 1'ilnclpal C. II. Morrill of
the Randolph Nnrtnnl school, who has
served so successfully as an Instructor
In the summer school, returned to his
home In Randolph yesterday nfternoon. It
Is sincerely hoped thnt he will return to
HurlliiKtnn next summer. Prof. A. II.
Gilbert Of Kentucky State Fnlverslty,
who bn nlo trlven courses In the fchool,
ha.- left for n trip thrniiKli St. Lawrence
county nnd the northern pnrt of New
Vork Stnte. With the rest Prof. M. I).
(Klo has none. He is koIhk to Denver,
where Mrs. riule will join him. anil then
for a trlji through the Colorado moun
tains. Afterward Prof nnd Mrs. (k1o
will continue tbelr trip through the
Northwest. The campus will present a
ponoeful nnd uneventful aspect for the
! vmulnder of the summer until the nnnual
fieshmnn comes onco npaln to disport
I Imelf upon the college preen.
APPitncnTnn in nuNCK.
I The Le Ripol'r. Rulldlns. situated on
I wharf besHe the Seine River, Paris
Franco was recently roofed with our
I Cnmpo-rubbe.- rooflns Samples free.
' Stronc Ilnrdwnre Co., PurllnKton, Vt
GOING TO WISCONSIN.
Prof i II. Jones to l.rnre CiiUersIt j
of Vermont Februury 1.
Prof. L. It. Jones of the Pnivorsln of
Vennont will leave hero nlu.ut the (lnil
of Pobninry for the I'niversitv of
Wisconsin, -where he -will be at the head
of the department of ; lnnt pathology.
This i a new department at Wisconsin
which hns recently been created there.
Professor Jones was horn In Hrandnn,
V!f., December f., IWI He entered Illpon
follee In 1-3 nnd Krndnated from the
1'nlver.slty of Mlchlpan with the decree
of Ph. I) , In IM, In VA he took a
doctor's decree from tho same Institution.
Profersor Jones hns carried on orlrrlnal
research work In the bureau of plant
Industry nt WnshlnKtnn, I. C under the
dliectlon of Dr. Kdwln P. Smith, nnd
for sonin time he studied In Europe, In
1H.S3 Professor Jones enme to the Uni
versity of Vermont and hns been with thnt
Institution ever since. He hns been nt
tho head of hte botanical department
hero nnd nlso botanist at the experiment
stntlnn. Ho Is n member of the board
of pnrk commissioners of tho city of Hur
llnirton, n member of the Vennont
Potanlcnl club, the New KnKlnnd
Hotnnlcnl club nnd the Pntanlcal society
of America, Professor Jones Is
also Joint author of "The Klorn
of Vermont, ynch repret Is expressed In
university circles nt his c-nminK departure
Ifo hns been a popular and respected
teacher here and his work ns bond of the
new deportment of teaching has received
much well deserved pi also.
Demi's niienmatle Pills for Rheuma
tism and Neural;rla. I'ntlrcly veiro
ACCIDENT TO FR. CLOAREC.
Venernlilp Prelnle Ilrnkr Hot It Unites
In One AnMr I'rlilnj-.
The lit. Rev J. M. f'lnnrec, administra
tor of the diocese of Hurllnston, fell
Prldny nfternoon while mnltlm; his
rounds railing on thn sick, nnd broke
both of the nnkto bones of his left foot.
Father flonreo hnd made, most of his
calls and wns nn his wny down North
Pond street nbout four o'clork. when np
ponlto the houso of John Mnrtln his foot
oaiiBht In it piece of wire, and he fell to
tho Kround, -wrcurhlnic his left foot no
that tho bones were frnctured. He wns
can led to the parochial residence nnd
Ir J, B. Ia Itorqun -was summoned nnd
reduced the frncture, The pntlent wns
doing as woll as could bo expected thnt
evening and apparently hnd suffered no
III effects from the shock. Although he
will be donbtloss confined to his room
for some time, ho was able to sit up last
lilslit and attend to tho duties of tho
A lazy llvor lends to chronic dyspep
sia nnd constlpntlnn weakens the
.vholn system. Doan's Itc--ulets (25
cents per box) correct tho llvar, tone
R mtnmmnh, e- -innattnsHin.
CIRCUS CAME WITH THE RAIN
But the Tent Was Waterproof
and the Show Was Excellent.
Tim (lie Howe mid Vnn AinbiirK
Cinnhliiiillon unit tlie Two Hours'
Perforninncc Contained Murh
Thnt n'n Xovel,
The rain which farmers nnd market
Kardeners have been looklnsr for camo
Thursday with tho circus and the lino
drlf.zlo -which prevailed during the after
noon nnd evonlnjr undoubtedly Interfered
with tho nttendnnce, althouRli nbout
3.fofl of the seats were occupied :it
the nftei-nnon rerformnnce nnd ngaln In
The circus wa the Howe and Vnn
Ambtiri; n niblnatlon nnd It wns n frood
one. Dnrlni- the two hours thnt the per
formance lasted there were three nets
on nil the time, lust eunuch to keep one's
eyes busy. A sick elephant was nn un
usiml Incident of Ihe performance nnd
after the nnlmnl hnd lain down be ap
peared unnbl" to rise until be was as
sisted to tds feet bv n Inn-; line of men
In the employ of the show. This done, the
nnlmnl went through his Munts all
Tin- iirst pnrt of the performance con
sist! d of sprlnK Jumps and double somer
saults hi nlr over elephants by Joe tvll,
Ixm Huberts, Huuh DoiiKlierty, I'rnnz
It'-ed and Ihe Nichols brothers. This wns
followed bv nerlnt v.ork by Miss Kate
Di olf. . Miss Mildred KcUotr and Miss
Mnud Tnrlo on swlnclm; Indders, nnd
the tlvlni; perch. After the nerlal work
Nlr hols brothers nnd the N.'nkhama
troupe of Japanese boys pave a per
formance of tnmbllni;, the little Japanese
boys provlnc very popular with ynunB
nnd old. r"ever trnpese stunts were then
perforni"d Mips Emiim Ln'l'owe nnd
Miss .VI Idled Kolloi'ff. Miss LaTowe nlso
ilolnrr difficult fonts on the slack wire.
Tho Nichols family, consisting of two
men, one younK nnman and a boy pave
a very i-ood exhibition of t 'stilt wire
wnlklntr, Jumplni; from n barrel onto the
wire, one of the men cnrrytiiK the two
younger people, the men passim each
other on the wire, one kneellni; nnd lylrtir
on the wire when belnK passed, nnd -wnlk-Ini;
on stills on the wire. The TyUell sis
tiro, three In number, divided honors
with the Wnkhanin troup", dolnc mnny
stintllm; contortions, spirals nnd ser
pentine dances while suspended by their
teeth nione from n steel trlnni;le which
wns revolving nt n rnpld rate. The little
Japanese bovs made n second nppenrance,
clvlnir an exhibition of back bendlnir and
cnntorllon. one of the buvs stnndlnK on
a small block of -wood and bendlnt; back
wnrds until he supported himself with his
hands on the same block.
Miss I,a To we and M. Tefsler cave a
Rood exhibition of balancing while on
trapezes. Mr. Tessler standing nn his
head on the bar while the trapeze un
wound Itself. Kranz Heed and John Smith,
with Miss Hnrle were the equestrians, the
latter couple -rlvlnsr exhibitions of cake
wnlklni.'. dnnclnt" nnd other stunts wllh
their horses. Mr. Heed rode bnrcbiuk
on one nnd then on four horses, doltiK
n number of feats which plensed. The
Tj llell family appealed later In the con
cert, fnllowlnr; the main show In an ex
hibition of knife nnd battle ax throwing,
Several snnirs, buck anil wlntr dnncltur,
cIor danclnr; nnd monologues formed the
main part of the concert propram.
Several of the southern nef-rnes, who ac
company the show, appeared in plantation
sonKS nnd .tics.
HELD UNDER NEW CHARGE.
.lames II, Held, or Uej nobis, to fie
Tried for lliiruliirl.liii; Hev. C. .1.
The man calllnc himself James II.
Held, who wns arrested at the beulnnlnif
of the tercentenary week on charce of
loltrrln-r on tlie premises of L. ('. Clark
without beinr; able to clve a satisfactory
arcount of himself and Inter pleaded iull
t tu th chni'KO In cltv cntnt, wns
n:;nin in city court Saturibiy on charge
of Inloxli-ntlou for which ho was lear
lested as soon as his sentence for loiter
ing expired He pleaded Entity to Intoxi
cation and was tlml Ji.i"' and costs which
l.e Immediately paid nut of a S.'O bill. Ho
wns Immediately rearrested charged with
bin clary upon tho residence of the Rev.
C. J. Staples on the nlcht of June CI last
when the gold watch of Mr. St iples was
When the case was turned over to C'ty
Attorney Vllns nfter the tercentenary,
he e.xnmlned Held shnrply nt the jnll nnd
beenmc convinced thnt he should learn
more nbout him. Mr. Vilas had tho
man's picture, taken, front nnd side view,
and his height and weight obtained.
These Mr. Vllnn sent to tho chiefs of
police, In vnrlous paits of tho country.
The chiefs of police n Detroit. Mich., and
In West Springfield, Mass., both lecog
nlzed the man as J.imes Reynolds.
From West Spilnglleld came the le
poit fiotn the chief of pollre that Hey.
nolds luid been coinlcted there seveial
times of larceny :i!:d smnll mlsilemnnors
whll" from Detroit came the statement
that when Heyw. Ids left thnt city he had
"Jumprd" n bnr.nl bill Attorney Vll.is
nt once wrote to the sister of Jame- Rey
nolds nt Mlttlneague, Mass., encloslnB
Idctures of Held nnd telling her that her
brother ts held here In Jnll. Sho Immedl
ntely sent another brother, Frank Rey
nolds, claiming to have been a soldier In
tlie Philippines, to niirllngton to aid his
brother, James, whom he claims not to
hnve seen In 12 years. Frank clnlms not
to havo known that his brother, James,
has been moving of late under the name
of Held, which name he used when
working for two weeks at the Mary
Fletcher hospital Just before the Staplos
burglnry. nnd nlso, It has been learned.
In several other cities.
FoiiTAi. rnxs at i'm;n pnp.ss.
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE.
Physlrlnns Who Passed Kanius Here
of .Stole Hoard.
Dr. W. Rcott Nay of I'nderhlll. sec
retury of thn Vermont Ktnte board of
medlcnl reglstrntlnn, announces that tho
followln-r physicians successfully paused
the examinations held by tho bonrd at
Ilurllngton July 13, 14 and IK, and thnt
they nrn entitled to prnctlco their pro
fession In this stnte:
Jane North Rnldwln, Rutland; Howard
!i. Brooks, Ilurllngton; Snmucl J, Hon
nett, Waterloo, P. Q.; Joilah Coburn,
Hopewell Junction, N. Y.; Illdrldgo A.
Caipenter, Roston, Mass.; Ernest M.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup
llw bits tsiid for im tfXTT-riVK Kill ky MIX
MONI of UUTHJlM fur Itulr C1ULDHKN WU11.K
tutuino, with rairccrr tt-cct souruss
tin child, lortim ih. ooui, au-at ii faini
CintCI WIND C01.IC,ud J- th. kwl ffro4r far HUH
ItllOIA. Sold br DiuifliU In '7 MM ' Ikt vsrM
V Mm nd wk fur Mn. Wln.low'i awitklu rop,'
in' to cilir kind. T-noty-Hi. mll tM: (.Qui I
mlf td undit llu rood tU Draft Aet, ) oj. SMh, ltM7't 111
KttinkrlC-ia,fkN OLD ASlfytEXlitMIXB ILXMXDl
Clensby, Orleans; Ktiftetie J. Cray, Bel
lows Kni la; Herbert A. Durham, North
Hero; Leon It, flordon, Mt. Holly; rted
M. Holllstftr, Hurllnifton; Perlry A. Iloyt,
Hnrdwlck; Cieori;e I. Hemlncway, Ilur-lln-rton,
N. J.; Jo-eph J. Hordl, Dorches
ter, Muss.; John D. Lane, ooslck Kails,
K. V.; Leslie K. McKlntey, HurllnBton;
Waller V. Pnrtnalee, Iturllnton; Kd
wntd F. Phelnn, Ludlow; Jonathan H.
Rnnney, Plttslleld; ailbert F. Rlst, Iltir
llnutnn: Kdwnrd H. niley. Dorchester,
Mass.; Isnnc P. Hhnron, IturllURton; Kd
ward P. Teni;ue, New York, N. V.; Ralph
H. Thomas, nrnwnsvlllo Junction, Me.;
Carl W. Woods, St. Johnsbury; Ilcrnnrd
L. Wyntt, Tllton, N. H.; Daniel F. Win
ter, Jr., Pino Hill. N. V.; Chnrles 11.
Wnrren, n;densbur-r, . Y.J OeorRC R.
Westbroolt, Rroolilyn, N. Y.
TRAMPS SENT TO JAIL.
Tmo Went tlcKr-tntr nnd Kncli Cot Ten
Two men chnrsed with beln-f tramps
nppeared In city court Friday mornlm?
and both received sentences of 10 days
In Jail. Roth the men seemed rnther
plensed with the prospects oi a ten days'
fed without work.
HtiKh Jollmore said that he wns a deep
wnter snllor who hnlled from Now
Hrunnwlck way. He testified thnt he
had visited White River Junction nnd
Montpeller In senrch of work nnd henr
Inir of Lake rhnmplnln had hiked It for
the fresh water. He appeared a Jolly
sailor. Indeed. He pleaded not rlltlty to
beifRlnir but after bel-ic started on his
way to Jail chanced his mind nnd said
thnt he had bcs-Kod n chew of tobacco.
He also said that ho would plead frullty
to being a tramp.
James Connors, detected on South Wil
lard street on Thursday afternoon by
Ofllcer Henry, the terror of tramps, said
Hint he had been a cook with tho circus
and hnd left his job the day previous.
He felt In need of shoes so went besKlntf.
lie plended Riillty. Connors hnlled from
South Amboy, N. J.
People Songlil ttrllef from Ilcnt In
Mnny Wii Sunilnj-.
Old Sol got busy early Sunday morn
ing nnd remained on tho Job all day.
When ho disappeared behind tho Adiron
dack mountnlns the people of Burlington
were overjoyed to see him go; they had
seen nnd felt enough of him for ono day.
.Sunday wan the wnrmest dny of the
year, tho maxim temperature being !2
degrees as registered at tlie local Pnlted
States weather bureau station. Tlie day
was a clear one and there was not much
for the pcorde to do but to remain quiet
and seek the. shade. Many people sought
relief on the street cars nnd at the
pniks nnd mnny took cool plunges In the
waters of Lake Champlaln.
The pelf registering thermometer on the
building of the Burlington Trust com
pany was nenrlv boiled out of shape nt
three o'clock, when the pointer mean
dered off the printed pnper nnd on to the
blank space at the edge of tho dial,
marking a temperature of fully 11. de
grees. The thermometer spoke truly,
however, for the rays of the sun were
shining directly upon It.
CITY COURT BUSINESS.
Jniiies Lefebvre. n Follower of the
Howe t'lrens t."tneil for llreach
of the Pence.
James Lefehvre, who drifted Into town
with the Howe circus, was arraigned be
fore Judge Mower In city court nn Sat
urday, chaiged with breach of tlie pence.
Lefebrve whoe home Is In Summers
worth, N. H., wn.s lined jr, nnd costs of
f 11 .Gt. The man said ho was broke so
he will .--erve the alternate sentence of 5t
days in Jnll.
I.'.'f.'bvro's offense consisted of using
abusive language and striking James
Fine, the incident occuring on Thursday
nt Fine's place of business on North
Wlnooskl avenue. After Ix'febvre had
hit Tine the latter ret.allnted by giving
Lefebvre a blow with a stove hook. Le
febvre mnde nn Impassioned plen, which
resulted mostly In convicting himself.
William Sullivan of Fort Kdwnrd. N.
Y . appeared for a plain drunk nnd was
tlned jr nnd costs. He will take the al
ternate sentence of ten days In Jail.
(niiple Surprise Their Friends by
llfirrlnp Sooner Than Planned.
Miss H. Klalne Van Cor of Hniok'-s
nvenue and Krncst L. Brown of Boston
were iiulotly married Saturday noon i.t
the Methodist parsonage In Shelburne by
the Rev (teorge Vatson. The were it
f ended by the Misses Nellie Field I'lid Lva
Simmons of this city.
The wedding was planed for September
and the change In the date was n surprise
to the friends of the contracting parties
The party left here In automobile for
Khelburne nnd returned later In the day.
Meanv-hlle Invitations to a party at th
home of the bride had been sent out and
the marrlpgc wns announced to the as
sembly that evening. The groom Is a
graduate of Dartmouth College In the
class of H0 and of tho Missnonusetts In
stitute of Technology In 1907. He Is em
ployed by the fleneral Kleotrlo company
In Boston. After a short wedding trip,
thev will make their home In Wntertown,
ni'Ti.Axn corxTV fair.
The management of the horse show
department of the Rutland fair has
Issued Its booklet nnd from thn class
es It contnlns It looks an though this
end of the meet was un assured suc
cess. There are elshty classes, al
lowing the showing of roadsters, high
steppers, tandems, coach horses, Shet
Innd ponies, Jumpers, Morgans nnd
drnft horses. In forty elstht of these
clnsses silver cups will bo. nwnrded
the winners In addition to the blue
ribbons. Already over two, hundred
show horses hnvn been entnrod In
cluding Homo nf tho best horses In
New I'nglnnd. This yenr with 4,000
hung up In purses, Includln; a $1,000
free-for-all, horsemen from nil parts
of New Knglnnil am innklnfc entries
and planning to race on the Green
I!SHICATIOX OP CATAHIIH OF TUP.
IIP A 11.
Tho symptoms of Catnrrh of the bond
nrr dlschargn from tho nasal passage,
mucous dropping Into tho throat, pains
under thn rhrek bonrs, scvero hendacho
on tnhlnK cold, dlzr.lncBS nnd confusion
of the neniea. Catarrh of tho head Is
a stubborn dlseano and hard to cure,
but Rydale'a Catarrh Hemedy will curo
ntf-o cases In ten. You rink nothing In
using this preparation, as every bottle
Is sold on a guarantee. It In thn only
remedy In the world that la used both
locally In tho nasal paBsnf-eu mid taken
Internally. Bold and' 'Kunrupteed by .1.
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loy & KBtey, Wlnooskl, Vt.; Junction
Pharmncy, Kssex Junction, Vt.; W. H.
Nay t- Underbill, VI.; c. 1, Hatch
& Co.. Waterburr. Vt.; K. A. Frost, Mil
FOUNTAIN PENS AT FREE PRESS.
FASTEST IN NEW ENGLAND
Amos R., Set a New Season's
Mark for Matinees at Riverside.
Turned n llnlf In liOnn; ntiirdn.v Aft
ernoon IlrntlnK the lllhop-umP
Oilier ('nod Cnntrstn -rieorRe
31. Mnde Tiro rst llrnts.
The races nt Riverside park proved to
bo tho strongest drawing card thnt they
hnvn yet been Saturday afternoon, no less
thnn l,2o people getting out thero and
sitting In n scotching nun for four hours.
The races were nil fnj-t nnd when Amos
R., tho Springfield horse who went
against (1. 11 Whitney's, The Bishop, got
In his work no one knew whether It -was
wnrm or freezing weather. This was
the l,g event of the day and although
Amos R got awny from tho other horse
with ease so that the ra.ee wns not close,
the burnts of speed shown by thn little
gray horse were a revelation to most of
those present. He did the second heat of
his race In 1:03 3-1, which Is the fastest
hnlf mile done this season nt a matinee
race In New Knglnnd. Ho nlso broko the
former track record of 1:03 mndo by
Oeorgc M. some time ngo. There were
four other rnces nil nf which were good
The first rncc was good, Ross Maflnn
getting In abend In ench bent by n smnll
mnrgln. The time mnde in this race wan
not, however, up to the usual speed of
the horses. Roleau's Frrd R.. a colt,
showed well In fast company nnd seems
to be gettlnr bettor with every race. He
wan drawn In the third heat. In the
second race Edna L. won with flracla
a rloso second. II. J. fthanley's colt
showed some fast bursts nf speed but
evidently lacked training and work as
she couldn't stay.
In the big race .The Rlshp drew the
pole but was passed by the Springfield
horse at thn eight mark, when he broke
badly nnd after that the chase was n
stern one. Tlie little horse did not do his
best nnd got In nt hOI. He hit the first
eight In 15 seconds nnd did this 'n every
bent. Tho second heat, tho Bishop kept
his feet but was fnr In the rear. Tills
wns, however, the only hent In the race
thnt Amos R. wns obliged to work In and
he used this opportunity to do his little
stunt nt hrenklng the trnck record When
the starter yelled go The grent little
horse stretched out nnd never let up bin
gait until ho hnd crossed thn wire. How
much fnster he could hae gone Is not
known but he wns a white streak fnr that
half nnd didn't seem worried then. On
the third hent, Mr. Rice Jogged htm home
driving with ono hand nnd taking In the
scenery but the hnlf wns done In 1:05.
! Mr. Whitney Is a favorite at the trnck
and the crowd showed thnt It wanted him
to win by giving him a liberal round of
npplnuse, when he passed the stand on
the way to score but It also showed that
It could appreciate a gToat matinee horse
by giving Amos R. nn ovation at the
conclusion of the race. Mr. Rice spoke
favorably of the trnck nfter the race
nnd snld that It would undoubtedly
develop Into one of he fastest tracks
In New England.
The sixth race wns left out nnd Dolly
B. put into another class. In the other
two races, Nellie McNnlly won tier's and
could havo done better If pushed. The
Lockwood's new- colt also showed up well
In this race. Oeorge M. took his rnee but
Merrill's laundry Roy, n trotter, showed
thnt he could be put through his steps
nnd kept -with the pneers nil of the
CLASS A, MILK HKATS.
O. K. Whitney's Ross Mnson, br.
g. (Whitney) Ill
J. K. Cnshman's Burlington Maid,
b. m. (Cnshmnn) ; 3 ;
F. Brown's Dolly B., hilt tn.
(Brown) 4 ; 3
Fred Holeau's Fred R., b. g. (Ro-
u) 3 4f)n
Time, 2:171-2, 2:22, 2:22.
CLASS B. MILK HKATS.
J. La valley's Kdna L. (Lavalley) . . . .1 2 1
W. Tupper's dracla, b. m. (Tup-
per) 2 1 2
H. J. Shnnley's Princess Ruth, blk.
,.m. (Shnnley) 3 3 4
W. Vilas's Vermont Lns'le, b. tn.
(Vilas) 4 t 3
F. B. Cnlklns's Mollle K., hlk. m.
(Calkins) 5 5 5
Time, 2:31, 2:33 1-2, 2:32.
CLASS C. HALF MILK IIBAT',
(J. W. Rice's Amos R., ro. g.Ullce).l 1 1
C K. Whitney's Tho Bishop, b. g.
(Whitney) 2 2 2
Time, 1;0S, 1.033-4, 1 ;((,,
CLASS D MILK HKATS.
H. R, Thomas's Nellie McNally,
b. rn., (Thomas) ...1 1 1
J. R. J. H. Lockwood's Tile Maid,
eh. m , (Brlghnm) 2 2 4
Mr. Baker's Brown Jug, br. g.,
(Raker) 3 3 ;
W. Vllns's King Johnny, b. g.
(Vllns) 4 4 3
Time 2:3il; 2:32; 2:30.
CLASS R HALF MILK HKATS,
J. L. Powers's Oeorge M., oh. g
(Powers) 1 J 3
J. A. Merrill's Rosemopd, b. m.,
(Whitney) 2 2 j
J. A. .rrlU's foundry Roy, b, b.,
(Merrill) 3 3 2
Time, 1:07 1-4; 1:074; 1:11.
List of unclaimed letters remaining un
called for In the HurlliiKton postofllce 'or
the week ending August C, 1900
1 Itarrett, Frank O. Illathroiv (;),
Qulnto Honorfede. Koatnn Dlcopnnlon,
William A. Evnns (dentist), Charles
W. Hngendorn. Krnest U Harrington,
Chns. n. Harris, R. a. Howard, Will
McLane, New Hampshire I.nw & Ad
justment Co., Robert O'Hrlen S P
IllPley, Martlnelll Rodolfo. Charles
ilth. Kddle Tlerney, Mr. Turner.
r,".l.,Vana"'' "lra"- J- White. Oeo.
.Mr.n?ie Mr"- "" Ulaln.
Miss inmfr,.,, ,,ruch JuMa n n
Mrs. Octave Rushy, Mrs. Wna Chrlst
ensen Miss NeI11 m. Clinton.
Miss M A. Dane, Daughter, of the
Holy Ohost. Miss Kva H. Falrby (2)
Miss Hutb Friend. Miss Mar.an CMm-'
h e Mlsa Annah R. Qate,. Mr.. o. II.
ale Mr. . Cora ,, Mr( C((
Hopkins. Sally Jano, Mrs. u G i,at.
trel. Miss Rdwlna J. Mff)non M'
Don MnKenile, Mm. Rmollne McNnlly.
.Mrs. Frank Meservo, Mabel Nester
Miss Owen, Mrs. Jennie Roberts, Miss
Helen Russell, MIb Lottie Russell
Mrs. Oertruda S.mnay, Miss Annie Se
quin, Miss Holla 8t. Pierre, Mrs. Fred
orJo Taylor, Mrs. W. O, Vincent, Mrs
II. S. Wntklns, Mrs. R. M. Webi
Mrs. Wm, Henry Wilson, Miss Agnes
Rebecca Daslmaw, llronils Htanls
lause, Anxlla Laclalr.
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Healthy and beautiful location. Easy communication by
rail from all parts. Holy Cross makes a specialty of the class!
cal course, while funiishintf courses in mat hematics and the
me sciences anu modern Ianuuafres equal to the Lest. No speeia '
commercial course. The collet-e course comprisrs four vnars of
proscribed studies with a few elective courses in the last year
The completion of a four-year classical llitrh School coursi
lisualy tits a student, for entrance.
Holy Cross Preparatory School
Wlliln tlln vnct nvi wmmI. r. f 41. ,.l.ln,.i . -ll.. i
Bt - -- " "" .I1"",! "i nn .11 mini 1 n jut m i-'ii if, rrail
the institution has limited accommodation for preparatory stud
fihltl rllr ln 'n mnln . .,. t- ..1 ! . 1 IT" I I I ,
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No younger students can be accommodated at present.
Fall Term Btglns Septembar 3th, 1909. i
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other Information mailed on application to K
President, Holy Cross Cnllricr,
Vnrlnns Cnmrnodltlea .Mnde of this
Wood -.pools, Tootbplek, nnd So
Thousands of cords of birch aro cut up
In this country every year and converted
Into toothpicks. While paper birch does
not rnnk with the most Important hard
woods. It Is according to Chief Forester
Plnchot, a most valuable species, and Is
d"voted to many novel uses From the
point of view of the forester also It Is a
particularly Interesting tree, because It
grows mainly nn burned over mens, nnd
the present extensive stands of It are duo
to forest fires.
Tho nnnunl cut of paper birch In the
nnrthcat nvrrnges nbout 'Ji.fiKl mrds.
Th wood supplies mnnll mill" for the
most part, the lnrgest of them not using
more thnn 10,O"i0 or 12,101 cords n yenr
It Is mnde Into spoils, shoe pegs, shoe
Mianks, toothpicks, vnrlous wood novel
ties and a wide variety of miscellaneous
The spool Industry Is the most Im
portant of the Industries dependent upon
paper birch. It uses annually more than
hnlf of the total cut or birch. Spool
mills nre located throughout the blreh
region, but the Industry may he said In
seenter In the valleys nf the Plscntnipils
nnd Penobscot rivers In Central Maine
where the Inrgest mills me located, nn 1
where the birch Is used almost i-m-I'I-
slvely for this purpose. The - I use 1
must he .sound nnd free from red l.e-irt
nnd other defects .Mnny substitutes for
pnper birch hnve been tried In that
manufacture of spools, but so fnr, none
hns proved wholly successful
The next Important use "or pnper
birch, after the spool Industrv. ! for the
manufacture of shoe pecs nnd shoe
shnnks. The Industry uses nbout ll.ooO
cords of pnper birch annually. The f-re it
er pnrt of the toothpick usel in this
country nro manufactured In tie north
east, nnd, with the exception ' .i few
hundred cords of poplar nnd n . used
for this purpose, they are iN made
entlrelv from birch. Apporxlnvi TO
cords of birch nre used annum1-. " t'.elr
manufacture. Only the hlKhet ide
niateilal can be used. This mat.'lsl Is
usually seleetid from stock whlc! is Ic
ing cut for other purposes, an 1 sells
for, from sir. to per cord at the mill.
Toys, novelties and var-ous nilscellnt eons
articles, siu-h ns clothespins, I -li-pln
boxes, bobbins and shuttles eonmnp nn
nunlly about DS.ij.'i cords of paper !! i
The principal market for pnper lui -'.
nnd Its products Is In this country The
shipment of spool bars to Scotland Is.
however, nn Important part of the trade,
nnd thee shipments now amount to
nbout 4,"l.iV0 board feet. S'loe pegs
nnd, to n lesser extent, shoe st -irks ore
sent In conrlder.tble quantities to c,er
mnny, Jnpnn nnd other countries Ship
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