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$m? Wirt i'WrSr- . VOL. LXXXIV. NEW SERIES VOL. LVI. lil-JM.lXciTQN. VT.. JTJU-UsjJAY. (l( T( -HKlY 'Jl, V.WX NUMBER .17. HE FOUND THE I THOMAS "FEELING FINE" HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT, THE NEWS BY COUNTIES M0R0S ABE TOO WILD TO BE CIVILIZED OH CITIZENSHIP CAUSE OF CRIME BARNES DIES b . Lonibroso, the 5 ious Italian Alienist, Di it Age of 7 CLASSED WOMEN "AS LIARS limltix. He neclnrcd, Wn bnt n 1'rnof if Something; Queer In the Mnkc up Investigation of Spirit ualism Attrnctcd Wide Attention. Turin, Oct. 20. Cesar T.ombrofo, the noted Italian criminologist and alienist. lied yesterday. He was horn In Venlco in November. 135. Professor T.omhrnso'n aeath was due to heart disease. The members of his family were present at the time of his death, Including his son-in-law, Gugllclmo Ferrcro, tho hta- nrlan. In an attempt to formulate the belief and theory of Jombroso It may he said that It lay In this wise: That criminals are horn not made. That criminal Instincts are not Implanted ' surroundings and environment, but e caused by hereditary taint. And it there are certain unmistakable vslcal evidences of criminality. Lombroso's first medical experience is pained as an army surgeon, a post hcM for eight years. The foundation ' a heard and thorough training was 'i at the University of Turin, where er he hecamo professor of psvchlatry. i o lenrn how crime originates earlv ' ' .me Hie great study of his life. He - led his first Impetus In the direction ' hat study while still nn army surgeon. T f "tr nn Insane fit of anger n soldier 1 his superior officer. Hp was con--'l end executed. In pet forming the , Lotnhroso found In that skull, to i amazement, an occipital dimple vv,"h Is a characteristic, as n rule, only ti e skull is, or monkeys. TIldT'l'TyR I,1F,5 IN THE RHAIN. T k- I 'ra .hen occurred to him out of wi -l, 'le'-ploped the theory of crime ' ii I." wis thereafter to elaborate Into S' "i p lie saw that an Imperfection fr '(' h'.,'n. not criminal addiction, had ' d ti tl soldiei's act. In the cranial c lorlt. noted ho had found the key n t pv method of reeordlnu variations on the normal. From th" stivpestion Ka'red he never departed, mhrnso's flist ntademlc pr st was it of lecturer nn medlen-psvchnlnpy the Fnlvershy of Tavln. wliHre he t'n led the researches Into pauses of t ic whl'-h later brought him his . r 1 In the wards of the university's i' vltim 1 e "-as Impressed with the sj porn, -thin between lunacy and pf i fve itntlnn. 1' r" "i his researches Into if r la). .r malnutrition and men t il deficit rev for several vears he tncentnir i s studies on the caus ation of ei.!'epy. He then brought c it 1-ts wl'.',. known, If not widely a cent, d t'.iics on association or tie c.pi.-T'!' tenilency with abnormal tkvelopiornfs. sometimes appearing In sn-ca'leri "genius" and In eccentrl r tv of cV.- r... tnr and In crime. He searches I - . comparative craniology added c trmatory evidence, and the wbrle. r ii..n nated In bis "Fomo Dell nncnte" th- work of fifteen years ot observattf n and research. Then Ih.v, ed his "Uomo dl O-enlo," translated tT,to six Kurop.-an lan (ruag"s l'ie coiulusions of which f-'iind innnv adherent s, not only in 3'a'y, but In nns.-la and In North and South America, while ancepted only provisionally In (Jermany and Aus tria I.mnhrnso did not share the convic tion tf Max Nordau that tho human i a r Is dogfiieratlng. 'o the contrary, not all Ms study of criminal types eba' d his uiuiuencliablo optimism. "'o correct crime," he raid, "1 would urge manual, physical labor, f rrwdlng criminals Into prison tfoci ' rm instead of good, not only to tho 'l-Tfra themselves, but to society. Criminals should lie corrected, not p 1i ert " Si me of the Komluoso pronuncla ritnts have provoked Inteinatfonal d'scusslon Ono of these was tho as i'rtlon, hackeil up with an lmpres dvc nrray of statistics, that woman Js a habitual liar. Ilor brain and lrart were c noly dissected for evl denrn of her expertness In hypocrisy and untruth " The American millionaire came In for Hkn analytical treatment a few years bko. Ho belongs, in Iimbroso's Judg ment, among exaggerated types of aver age man rather than among tho excep tional types of genius, Lack of culture h thought one of the strongest contrast between tho American man of millions and tlio man of genius, A CONVRHT TO SI'iniTI'AI.IBM. Jn recent years Professor Iximbroso at t lifted ninth attention by his Investiga tions of spiritualism. He. ore 1&50, he was an obstinate opponent of nnv ncceptanco of sifh phenomena, refusing even to con Klder evidences. Hovernl cases which he observed In the practice of his profession, however, turn ed him to a study of spiritualism as a possible explanation nf symptoms which ho did not undorstand. From the atti tude of unbelief ho was converted to that of partial acceptance, largely by fcusupla J'.'lladlno of Naples, who has been under observation now for more than 20 years, Professor I.ombtoso was a facile writer, contributing much lo discussions of ques tions of sociology, especially In relation lo crime, and of medicine. He wrote, In !;"gllsh, "The Man of Genius," in 1891; h s other woik wero nearly nil In Italian. "a anctt Lomhioso was most un it' 'f Diminutive, very stout, with n r'1 i in Ing bit of a clilnbeai'd, he I '1 it ei long waist and verr short I ' This guvo him, In walking, tho ef U "t of piisii.iig along over tho ground. J' ' k small steps, mid was alwus tho rii- Tinned far-awat visionary t i i ' i.oi. et mg that had llttlo or lift t to lo with the present. ADDISON MIDDLEBURY. Guy C. Darrow, aged Ifi years, died early Friday moriiln.tr after a brlrf Illness of typhohl fetor. Besides n widow he leaves four sons and two daughters, Pierce Darrow, n supervisor of schools In the. Philippine Inlands, donate, YVII llnm and Herbert Harrow of Mlddleburv, l.nhello and Edith narrow of this vil lage A hrlef funeral service was held at pIpvpii o'clock Saturday forenoon over Hit' remit I n.i of tiny l' .Darrow, who died Friday. The Hew Dr. C. II. Dickinson of tlio Congregational Church officiated. Tlio remnlns were taken to Salom, N. V., for burial. The ladles of the Grand Army held a harvest supper Mondiy niternooii and evening. Mr. and Mrs Krank r,nm have gone to Fowler. Tho ' price of potatoes dropped to 33 cents per hiisliel Saturday afternoon, Tho "I tilnn Depot" performance under the auspices of the Moosalanioo club at the town hall I- rlday night was a great success In every particular. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thump- large bunch of ripe raspberiics picked son and daughters of Philadelphia are In In a lot back of her residence Saturday, town to rpmaln until November 1. Mrs. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles I. Button have I. H. Stow Is In Salisbury . Archie Paul leturned fri'tn Prnndon. George I,. Mun has returned from Wntfrhmy. Mr. and son of Iowell. Mass., K In town. Marjorle Mrs. Charles D. Hookwr nie In .joslon. Calhoun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, The water pommissloners bail consider- Hobert Calhoun. Is srrlouly ill with pneu nble timible with the wnter system Sat- motila. Mrs. E. P. Ttus-ell. v.-ho has ben Uiilav ti er" being a bad break In the In Kverett. Mass.. slm e August, has now main Put carries the water to the reser- gone to C.ilifornln, to spend tho winter voir on ililpman '.ill. The brenk was re- I paired at a latf hour Saturday nlcbt. , f Continued on pnge 2.) FRANCE PUTS UP BAR M IMPORTS u. S. May Have to Retaliate through the Pure Food Laws. Washington. Oct. n-Govcrnment of ficial?) here art- not dlsp.in-d to regaril the action of Franco In deciding to as sess the maximum rate nf diitv against all Imports from t'nltcd States as evi dence of her Intention to enter Into a tariff war with this government. On August 7 last, President Taft under th" provisions of the new tailff act foimnlly notified France. Switzerland nnd P.ulgarin I hat our commercial agree ments with them would be terminated on October 31 nnd other governments were notified of the date of tho term ination of commercial agreements be tween them and the t'nltetl Stntes. T.nst month the secretary of state re- reived from Consul-General Mason at ,n tho lower court. Mi'. O'lirlon argued Paris the text of tho announcement by ' oise fr.r Ibe respondent to-'iny. tho French government of the ahroea- Attorney General John (i. Sargent of tlon of our crmmerclal agreement with I.udlow represented the State. He argued that country and slnco that time there l''-it the tvldence excepted to anil re has bpen no expectation heie other than "ived was competent and adinlsslhle, that beginning November 1, America" H't there was no error In the trial exports to France would be tnxol ot ai"' 'bnt there should he judgment on maximum rates, as from that dare tl"- verdict and sentence Ftench exportntlons to the United States Pending this hearing Kent 'ins ::ot will pay our full schedule rates. The-tn been sentenced. He wan 'emanded to rates will be continued until Mai.li si. 1 WtiElilngton county Jail unt'l The N'ovem 1910, when the new maximum and rr.mi- opr term of supreme court when dls mum features of the act will go ,nti, position will bo made of the case. If effect. ;'ie respondent takes nothing by bis ox- Frame more than any other ovirtrv , eoplions the death sentence will then In Europe has dls-rlmlnated ag.ilnst ''' Imposed. American products. Germany ghes to! Slnco Kent hns been In Wnnhlncton the United State? her minimum rates on county Jail he has given Sheriff Tracv about fXi per rent, of our exportation", much trouble bv his noisy actions in the France, however, has charged her low fell where be Is confined rates only on canned meats, fresh dried At the romnlction of tho arguments In fruits, pork meats, la'd. mineral oils the Chittenden county case of Sylvester nnd coffee from Porto Itlpo while tie A Ploof vs. Her.rv v. Putn"m. the United States has given France reel- I Washington county cn?e of Delberl G. procally the beiioflt of a 1 educed rato on 1 Dawson by next friend vs. Crano nnd champagnes, brandies, nrgols and a few illnll was heard. This 1s malpractice cafe other commodities of lts consequence. ' end n petition for a new trial was It remains tn be seen whether between ' argued at the sime time. In the lower now and March 31 of next year Franco court tho plaintiff (was riori a ver shnll give to the United States her mini- 1 diet of fl.flOO against Dnctoi Crane of mum rates on substantially nil of our I Woodbury. exports or accept the consequenco of Only one case so far rs known re havlng to pay our maximum rites, mains to bo argued this term and th u These maximum rates are the regular i w"l he heard to-morrow morning 'i is schedule rates of the new tariff act from Franklin county .State ng:iltit S. with 15 per cent, added. If It should be decided to retaliate be tween November 1, tho date of the ex piration of the agreement, and March 9 the date when a mnxlmum tariff may be Imposed under the tonus of the new tarifl law, the only recourse of the Uni ted States would be the pure food laws so far as officials can see now It waa reported to-day that n preserva tive was used In French ehampagnes which might come under the ban of the pure food regulations. The agricultural department has been going over the puro food situation very closely nnd the subject has been taken up In conferences between tho secretary of agriculture and his solicitor nnd the solicitor-general of the depai tment of Justice. Government officials In Washington are not greatly disturbed over the situa tion as a whole, for It Is well under stood that this count! y can qulto na well afford to pay the French maximum rato as France can afford tn pav ours. LONE WOMAN LED CLASS. Six Candidate Passed Stale Hoard of Pharmacy Kannilnalloiia, Montpollcr, Oct. 20, D. F. Davis of Rarre, secretary of the Stato board of pharmacy, to-day gave out tho names of tha successful candidates for registered pharmacists, who re cently took tha examinations at tho State house. They am Charles Illalr of Newport, V, T. Haiher of Danville, Francis B. Etinls of Hurlliigtun, Hoy M. I'cck of Sprlngflnlil, W. D, Kelley of North Troy and Miss Ixiura F. Me. Ilrldn of Lebanon, N. Il who ranked the highest und led tho class, The hoard also gave A. W Dlttiim a rei tlflcate In exchangn for ono fiom tin New Ilamp.sulri) boaiu. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Leeds lrft Saturday for I ,,lrlr home In Slnnifmil. I'oiin Mr." ill 1 bcrt Mrf'ormlck In III. Mrs. Henry MneMnstor and her 12-vear-old ton, Harold, wore taken into custodv Monday forenoon by Deputy Sheriff N. J. Haniom on tlio suspicion of being con- i nccted with the disappearance of thr I pocltetbook containing Mi, -which Dolbcrt j Hi own lost on iho street Friday noon. 1 Tlinirt ..-- t.n I ... . . , ,., ' ' " "V "V."' " " . I uurLiir J- It'll inu ho had found tho pookolbook and he pro duced 10 of the money, tho rest having been cqtiundcrod. The parents of the lad promised that they would make up the fcinount of the missing money during the day and the matter was held open in order to give thorn an opportunity to do so. Saturday evening n horse driven bv Edward Lattroll of Wcybridgo wn frightened by nn automobllo and collided with n rig dtlven by Mlis Carrie Piper of Mlddlchitry In a dimly lighted part of Rpvjnour street, littrell was thrown out, his horse ran nwav mid his buggy was smashed. Miss Piper escaped without Injury but I:tttrell Is thought to ha-.v been rerlously Injured Interna'ly. 12. c. Mrown left Monday with u carload of fancy Merino sheep for Montana. Mrs. Wllllsm Moreomb, Sr., Is exhibiting a nrnrrve rm u rnrru a IRE BALANCE Exceptions in Elroy Kent's Case Argued before Supreme Court. Moritpeller. Oct. 20 The case of Statp vs. Klroy Kent, who at the last March t'Tin of Rutland county court was con victed of murder In tno first derree In killing Miss Kiln Congdon at Kust Wclllngford last February, was reached In supreme court this morning. Kent has been conllned In Washington county Jail since his case was temporarily continued a few das ago. lie wns brought tt, court this morning shackled to an of ficer and apparently took llttlo Interest ,n 'he procei ding". The case comes to supreme 'court on exceptions by K. II. O'Hrten of Rutland, his counsel, to the f.dni'.sslon of cer t.i'n exhibits and evidence at '.ho t-lnl Glbbs and N. D. Lynch, roniplalnt of writ of quo warranto, a cast Involving the license law. DIRECTOR RE-ELECTED. liiitland nml Atldlsou Itallicniil StecU holilerw Hold niiiiiit Meetings. Rutland, Oct. 10. The annual n eettng of the stockholders of Ibe Rutland Rnll rond company wan held In the company's offices In the Clement building In this city yesterday nt noon and all the board of directors was re-elected. Among the officials, aside from the stockholder represented, wero F.. V. V. Hossiter. vl 'e presldent of the New Vor.i Central sys tem, A. II. Hants, general counsel, nnd D. W. Pardee, secretarv. all of N'e'v York. I no annum meeting of the stml. noHiers to tnc .ni'jiiun Hriiiro.ot i (,ni- pany was also hold here yesrenla at wiurn nine un' tin nnn n I or tll'ectois were re-elected. Following ate the directors of the Rutland Railroad eottijiativ: William K. Vanderbllt. Fretleiick w . Vandorblltl Chnunrey M Depew, WiKi." , c Hrnwn! Hamilton MoK Twnml!e, j pierponl' Morgnn, William Hnrke fe'Vr. J.nneB Still mnn, W. Seward ;, of Pn yoth nnd Olln Merrill of i;, hurgh Falls Perclvnl W i'lt ment of this , Ity, Fletcher I). Proctor, Ii Tient Paine -'d, f Xt'w York: lns)cctr.i s of p,pri (i j'j unn. son. C H. W.m end M. il. Chamberlln all of this eit The board of the Atldlsou Railroad coin pnnv was elected ns follows: Wllllnin C. Rrown II r"itn McK Twombly, R, V. )r' n' "d .Inlin Cirsten.sen of New Y.ik nml fiiorgc r .larvls of this pit v i en ,rg vnu want to buy as been r 1 ' t'tlte tlm fTct Is news for i" 'r i' n bow the ads. have ft nows liiteroHt, i y n mur Eloquently Paints Ideals for Ed ucated Christirm and Chris ti&n Nation. MI7.MT .01? cnPTOTV it ;l uuuiivi i In I "IT (I Doctor of Philosophy, T, X. Ilr.hcr nt lliisloil, Depict i:co I'timlc Wiir mid I'nvors fonrc gitllnii for HIm Itniv before Mlssloniiry t'ooventlon. The second day of the American MIs slonatv nnuoelatlon's nnnual convention opened vesterday im.rnlng at 4:3f Willi n dt'V'.tioniil meptlns at thu I'"rst Church. The subleet of tho meeting which bft.d Jill StlltJCll Ol ton I1M,' Ulli,, WHICH IU..lt tl about half an hour, vas "Forlvu 1'h Our Debts," nnd the service was con ducted by Gen O. O Howard of this city. A short business session followed tho devotional meeting. The nominating comnilttio, appointed yestcrflnv, reported the Kt v. G. G. VtkliiH for vlce-ehnlrmiin and the Hew P S. Moxoio. the itev. V. j F. nervy and the H. v. K. O. Guthtlo as a committee in resolution?. The elec tions wero mad'' in record with tho re port of the et" mlltie OniOF.TINGS FTtfiM THM t-'OFTH-bA.NH. The first sue- er to si in,' bh1nrt tho flng-drnped '!' t'. v!''i hf.s hen so; harmlngly d' "iti'd v. tli vollow I . hrypantllenuiir,- nnd i.utumn leaven 'vas the Hew A. ('. 'liirrer. D D, of Wash ington. D. C. Dr Oarnfr. who is colored, t xtendetl to the essot-iatton greetings from tho people of tho Soitthliinil and spoke at some .etigth on tho complete t tonne1 p. itlon of the negio. He said that It otild be necessary to Insplte the educational forces that are now working for the uplift of his race, with the lellgliius ideal, anil vice versa, In order to produced I he dfsiiod result. And he credited tho asso'datlou with Just tills work. He said that his people bad bee'i the slaves of the Mug, cotton, conl and corn In tho past that Intlus tilil and commercial fnctuis had been latfiely lesponslble for holding the rnco b .ck. Ht'llglon and clnumed oconom'c conilltions will he il.fl - eii - of ('manci pation. Dr. Garner s.ii.I ihat ono i-cistin why slevet- had dltd a natural death In New Knglnnd wan heiatiae a New Knglander wos never known to bold or. to any tlilnr "hicb hurt ills pocket book, nnd slavery was not protlttble In the north i H" ''ft a laugh In which the New Eng- larideis in bis n I'Vcnce lolr.ed Iteliu' mi is the irre-ii snlvent of the race problem Christ niitv v 111 sprve (o lift the nmii rsre time, up to the level of the whltn m.ui. nnd il will make the white man morn toleiarit toward tho f UUngs nf his black ornthcr. Tho t: eor of Chri'-llnnlty is the orother hood of mnn, but the practice does not "iw.iv I vir out the theory. Dr. Garner. In concluding his address, f'0e cme 'ntt resting figures shnwlnc the. pri'uress ma le hv the negro during the lime that hci- t lapred Mm-e Hie ('Ivll Wai and he seemed ,o bo verv optimist le fur 'be future. He paid a tribute to the merlca'. Mlsslnmiiv association when lie sultl that It did not discriminate di'iiomlnatloiially In its work, but ex tended its help to all. Thu Jubilee sli.geis cani,i text with n hltnby which was composed by leader of the. quartette. Their singing hns been one of tho principal 'natures of each ses sion of the lnfutlrig 8o far and It Is a fealure which recnis to be beatlly ap pieclnied. Any ntiempt nt criticism would bo suppi'lumis, ns their singing is little rhort of perfect. MltRNTAl.fi IN AMERICA. Tho ltev. F. J. Goodwin, D. D., of Rhode Island delivered the next address, the mi-'ect of which was "Orientals In Amen' a " Dr. Goodwin gave a long aiidiess nn the eastern people;; who live v .'bin tho T'nlted Slates and her poses "i his. He Is evidently very well versed in tho history of immigration and thu h'ibltM of the j copies about whom ho st-nlto. The srpai(p,. s(1, (pat rtspect and not ci.iiteirini should be our attitude toward tno r.i t , of the Rji-t. We cannot hide hehlnd cur clvlllratli-n and think that in some i.uknown way the pagan will ub'torb Its benefits. Our religious duty tt the oriental Is pnlent and even ui .-ert The tn.'klng of a few Isolated converts 1" r.ot thp w.tv to success In tho n:'K"l ziit Inn of the Oriental, a. new nornl and spliitual cllmato must be tt rated about the people ns a whole. Tl-ero aro four great principles which Christianity brim's to the Fr.st. The first is the docttlne of the unity of tho race, (he setiind s the love of God, the thlnl the doctrine of the dignity of the Indl !'lunl and the fourth the ethics of I'hiisti'inlty. Dr. Goodwin's scholarly address was followed by "Pivcet nnd Low," given bv iho qntiitelte, ond then the American I' dlnns were made the subleet of nn ntl dress bv the I!ew C L. Ilnll of North Onkota. Mr Hall has lived among the tribes of the Dakotns for many years and shows plnlnl" that he knows whereof he speaks. TIIK INDIANS. Dr. Hall's discourse consisted mnlnly I nf nn outline of conditions among tho Indian, a history of their development rlnce be has known them, nnd their needs for tlio future. The present s a time of particular need for the Indian Davison nf Burlington, the Rev. c. c. """" ' urittiinm, Henrv M. McFnr for tlio old order Is pausing and npwconKt. cinro of Morrlsvllln; coricspnndlng 'i,'1"1, r"rtl" S' Ihnery, John N. Woodfln, dltlons of life are coining to the prairies, secretary, tho Pew L. O. Sherburne of ''IL?'' ,''e,(1' The fdd life or a geiieintioii or so ago Is almtHt abolished and the Indlar now must noik ns does the white men. Tho missionaries nro trying to nuiko farmers nf tlio Indians but It Is a hard Job and only being slowly accomplished. Thov mo as apt to put bran In a seeder and sow the piiilrles with It In expectation of a crop as thev are to use grass boed Tho mornl dangers of the new life tire gieHt for tho red" man and he dues not know how to pie i them i. . r,j ..,. (Continued on pv iy,) Seattle, Oct. 10. necommcndlng as a will settle any question of Independence means of sr curing a permanent foul- or political agitation for annexation to hold of absolutely American lulluenco the northern group. In the Orient, the establishment of an "The natives might be nsslgiiH.1 to iho Amoilt'iin territory Including the resnrvatlona, secured In all of their rights, southern Islands of tho 1'Ulltpplno ar- under mllllury protection. The balance chlpolago, Col. It. M', Iloyt of tho 2Bth of the territory should ho divided Into U. S. Infantry, former commtindlngr of- plantations mid forest rc-tni-vita opuii to fleer of tho department of Mindanao, occupation and development undtr such hnH tendered his resignation as civil law'a might Beem best, Tho lmnumso govoincr of Moro provide, and has poHslbllltlcs of Increased prod'.irtlnn utidtir sent his nnal report to tho war de- ,M" urrangement, tho Inipetits given to partmont at Washington. Colonel '"'"'r nd Inidn In establishing business Ifnyt has Just return"d with his r,g- "" a !",rmanunt bnsix, would add to tint inieiit and is now oommindant ot Tort nr""r''"s fr thn rontlntiwl ntcupdtlnn l.nwtt,,,. In hl report to the war de- ,lhn """tl". Inlands by M,o Dnltrd inn fluent Colonel Hoyt urges that the , Jr'."', ,"r"vlltlK a PrmaiH.nt rm-entlon of the higher authorities bo '"j"'"0 Alnrleou l"""'-.ce Invited to tho grent difference In act ual condition!! that exists In Moro MOHOfi . RI3 I'ilt'KT, KAVAG10S. province as compared with the re- "Tho Morni haro no conception of rep nnlnder of tlio Philippines, and that reHntatlve government or the meaning Congress be requciitod to cnaot uch of Independence, having no word In their laws and rogulatlons as will ef'oot a language to give It erpreiijlnn. Wo havo permnnont reparation as early ns pos- "ot yet built up n Mate nor reaohed the idble of the southern Islands, lr.elud- Ing Mindanao. Zulu Archipelago and Palawan, with all the smaller Islands ",f1Jnf-n thereto from the rest of the . . ,v o,,,-.!!, ,.r, ,...r, 1.AM) SHOITDD P.R 1..VPI3ITHD. In dlsciitslng this question. Colonel Hoyt sold; "The routhern groups of Islands thus sepirated inlsrht bo culled the Mlnda-! country is nfiithor ready for nor lias It ne.o plantations, to designate It frnm tbe"vi;r known any other form of govern- rest ot the Philippines. It should be de clared territory of the t'nlted States, not a rolor.v, I" be decupled bv coaling sta tions and used as a naval has" with a civil military gnvernn-""t similar to tho r,r. sent government .f the Mom prfvlnce, k. '.1-lnl pve'-se,! that H Mystery Surrounds Rash Act of Prominent Hardwick Man Accounts Straight. Ilnrdwlck, Oct. lri With a (diHstly bullet wound In his bend and a levolver lying nearby, the body nt I Vemon most prominent Ini - I - Diittun, ono of the most prominent bus) ness men of this town, was found In his lm.iloft at about nine o'clock last night. Mr. Dutton. who was manager of tlm Ilnrdwlck Ar Woodbury rullruail and a went about his well known Free Mason work yesterday, nppai cntl In his usual spirit. Toward evening, however, ho seen ( il in bo won. vlng about something. He lift the house shoitly nftor r.lx. o'clock without eating supper nnd that ..,..i . ,i was the la-t time tic win. scon alive. He probably went nunedlntely to the , ' ..... ' , ... ,. .. ... . .. ., . burn rind fired the fatal shot as the body was cold when found. 11' brother. K. D. Dutti ti. bad un ni ,.,tn i ...1,1. 1.1... ... .1,A a.a,t.. , ', 7, ' . iit-ii iiv i.iiiivi Li' jiiiv ill ail (Jia I il lice the brother calico, at the house to Inquire the reason. Mrs. Dutton thought her husband wns In the barn and there the hotly was found. A bullet from a revolver kept at the station hud been fired at the left temple ond had paused completely through the head. G. H. Blckford. general manager and a director of the Wootlburv Granite company, states that an examination of Mr. Dutton's books reveals no irregu- Ini'ltv u'hntni'fir ( lip efi j n in. in ,if rherrfiil disposition and most happy In ..... ., i... ....... hs domestic life, there remains no ex planation of his suicide except that his mind was temporarily unbalanced. Mr. Dutton was born at Waldrn July 1?. nU. son ot Kphrnlm D. and Susan W. (Houstoni Dulton. and was edmated nt the Ilnrdwlck and St. Johnsbury ncad- cinles. In 1SST at Montpeller he married Nellie A. Wakofleld. who with two young daughteis, survives him. ' 1'iom 1SW to 1RS3 lie wns employed as a telegraph operator by tho St. Johnsbury I-tke Chnmplnln railroad, subsequent- ly helm; promoted to tho positions of freight agent and general freight agent h.s been d,t , , t,"r ,' W" " r,b: h, ZVC'ZTI?"". up n X '' . ' Lodge. F. iv A. M.. and of I inn a,apl , R. A. M. He wnn grand Junior v-ardon of the Grand Lodge of Vermont and bePn district deputy for many years In ..n.ip. ... .....in. vi in i it nn i-Hfp politics he w-ns a democrat. VERMONT BIBLE SOCIETY. Yciipi'nMc Dr. A. L. Cooper Itc-clect-cd Pi'mldf nt of (Ir.TilnUilllnn. Montpeller, Oct. 20.-The directors nf tho Vermont lilble society held their nn. mini meeting here to-day, the Rev. Dr. A. L. Cooper of Randolnh. the venei'iihl,. president. In the chair. The reports of ofll-eis were read and accepted and the P.ev. L. O. .Sherburne of Burlington, the p-irresnontlli.z fpcretars and agent, was Ins'ructcd to prepare for the press a statement showing tlio condition nnd needs of tho- society. This will he sent out In a few finis. The constitution of the society wan rhnngrd so ns tn allow moro than 12 dl- rectois on tho board. The following olllcers were elected: President, the Rev. A. L. Cooper of Ran- tlolpb; vlco-presldentn, the Rev. V. A Bui lliigton; recording secretary, tlio Rev. 3 Kinllliers of Montm.lion. im Win I il r 1 V ! COMMITS SUICIDE SUBOUEO PONY' I I i . Deacon II. A. Slajton of Moi rlsvlllo; I ,e, Mutual, $;,ssf,,43, auditor, Heniy Wnllo of Morrl'ivlllo' dl-' W- A" K"lt'' for ,lu' I",!,t ' '"rs as rectois, tho Rev. Dr. R. A. Bislinp, tho fl!'tllnt s"-rctan' or the Vermont Mutual, Row A. J Hough, tho Rev. W. ft. Smith- ,,w,l,' untitled his resignation to tho cis and C. hobiiof. uf Montpeller, W. W. '' ?0(,'l s', lo ,nU" cff,vt November 1. Mr. Nichols of Rutland, Dr. O. G. Rtlckney 1 H nMK,1R 1,1 nccept V'f position of of llatre, the Hi v W H, Wallace of 1 Suuth Ryegato, tlio Rev. F. H, Kellogg of .tt"-!!!!!''. the Itev R. F Lowti of h Alhnns. l( A r.lavion of Moi rlsvllle, D M Camp o' Newport the Rev J y Hurgln of Lvndon Center. "'""S of tbs people In any general uplift nioM-ment The little red school- ,""i,' l""n fctartd, but Instructlsn 'mtwa r-ir want of trained teachers, Or tll dpsif nf thr. ml ru Ir, i.fnAt 1, . nppreci8tc the advantage, of educa- tlon. "The mailed fist If the first law nf the land, peace would be Impossible without tno nctua' prfsenca of troops, f r this ment. Tlio clvll-mllltarv govr . ui-.ei.t. In which the governor conttohs t e araietl forces, is indlspeiikablo imw and will -m lor generations to enme. A purely civil ,'ouriiiuii.t . iUu impf.Htli.h . ami at he pie.sent Mile wmild p,rn uith it un- Id uitst'i'v and suffering. Sam Bucked Viciously before the i i President Mounted Was Good after That. Ore-gory. Texas, Oct. 20. President Tnft had a touch of rural rsncti life this aftf,rnnnM w,,,'n ,1C r0l,' n cw pony to ' a s,nn" 'onnd-ip of head of cattle or tne itlncon section of his brother's ranch, raw two wild steers cut out of th" bunch anil roped, witnessed the branding of several calves and saw half a hundred steers taking a spectacular llp '" H'lnfeetlng tank through which inej linn iu swim tor li leer. A rattle snake with 17 tattles and a button was killed at the Rlncon ranch housc shortly before the President ar- ,.a......u rarm house at Lnquintn. The Pres dent's . , , , . ".inhus ' ' ' ' V ' "'""' "s the President was about to tr.ke the snddle to go to -he round-up nnd bucked viciously a number of time. After Presi dent Taft und once gut snfelv astride. however. Sam was a good hors - - . FIRE INSURANCE POMP A 7T7VCI VX 'Prili OOmfAJMlhb jLECT Vermont lliitmil nnd Vulon Muttinl Held Annual Meetings nt tnte Cnp- tolniil omeer ne.lgns. Montpeller. Oct. 20T!ie il'ieetor of Vermont Mutual and Uiiicn Mutual File Insurance companies held their annual ' m,"r,lr";s -lav n thl" city. he l.i.nie ! flees In The S2nd nnnual report of ibe Vermont Mutual for the year pnding August I last showed that a four per cent asses- metit ban enabled the company to meet !! claim, nml m i,.,. nnce of jv.i.sss.-J. This company hns s- - x policies In f,.rce, Us total 'resources nie tw.Tsc m, nnA s,lr OVBnn,a". tlon ? vears nco tt Ins paid loses ag- gregatlng $" Sr Mr, "..l T,; nl(1 ',;,;..,, ,.fr!rr,t, ,vprn ro. elected as foll-,w" President, George O Strntton; vice-president, Thomas O ChdicM secretarv Hme T nbln- treasurer v '" Dev ey " The following ,lirec., weie also re- (Wrtr hv ,he pohev holdPrs: "- V. J. F Weeks. Penning- ,nn f,,ntv. J. R. Judsm Caledonia counlv'' DnvTM "''i nA""n S'' 1 etarvln: Rssex rot.ntw '.'nt . , n':in,t"n rUm5' T" R ' " t . rnl,n,y' Wl M'lr- Lamoille county. Thomas C Chenev! nm.i P-rt dniiiit.' T . . 1 . -v..t.i.. 1 Orlenns PnnniV. i ... nuunn. (ilieans county, J. N. Webster: Rutland Z 1 i : ui'.i-wr tuuiiiy, vm. . f-tlckney. Wnsblngion counly. Geo. . airauon, jnmes T. gabln, W T Dewey, L. D. Tnft. Oenrae llrlff The 34th annual statement of the Un ion Mutual also shows that n four per ns?'eH"ut hns paid nil losses for 1,10 pnr. leaving a cssh hnl.-inc. e $!'"'W -r'' This company has tXOCS.se.l.tic """"nee in lorce and Its total assets nr' 'K-"" The old hoard of officers ' "-eiecicu as follows: President, ''l,,1,"', Rrock: vice-president, Herbert Nr'sibaui; fcrcretnry and treaiiurer, ""rlnn Kemp, nssistant secretary, nn)ph R. Denny. TllP 1,11 '''"tors elected are: Jnmes v. '!r(1"'G Arthur D. Farwell, John H. Pouter, Italian W. Kemp, Fred plan- rll"r1' H1plt R. Denny. Frctl A. How- 1?,!'1' r' U' "''uonvny, T. Hoxle Hall, (i' Jl' '"impbell, R. Henrv Powell, , niau- in p,n,i mm yPn,. tju 'innont Mutual Is JT.f.rt.tl and that of r ' K 11 " ' 01 "lni" tlio Queens I iisii ra nro conipnny. A speeifle for pain Dr. Thomas' Kclertrlc Oil. stt ont'os t. cheapest lini ment ever devised A householi' rem sdv in Ainerlcn for 25 years. Postmaster of Washington Was Playing Cards with His Father-in-Law. SERVED TWO PRESIDENTS Come Prominently Into the I.lmellffhl When He njncieil Mrs. Morrla from White House nonaerelt Hcsnliitely Stood lij- Hint find finvc Him Ofllee. Vn.shlr.gton, Oct. 20. While, sltttnr with his father-in-law. Jncoh FVrh rvitn '-irds at the home of the latter, and with the remark that ho " f,ellni fins" r-tr,. r.t V,l. u n , t- : sunasttir of thU city, and who sai-Ttfi ;,rst as exooAitiv. clerk under Preatdont "ffKlnley and later as assistant secretary ,0 Resident Roosevelt, dropped daad Pro to-night of heart failure.. ' "'ring the game., Mr. Freeh aikefl Mr. ""i""" a question, but racelve.d no r l,r""e- ijOOKjng up he saw Mr. Barn ':'h hls bead bent fonvard. Mr Barne-s had been in perfectly goof ' '"nnr '"-n'ht over tho fact that h had 'n"ln" beon admitted to practice before ",n "upreme court of th District of t-oiumnia. On at le-xst two oeciislons Mr B-.rnei came prominently Into the Mmollght One wr.s at the time he was alleged to have p!i.ved a part tn Jecting Mrs Minor Moms, a sister of Representative Hull of Iowa, frcm the White House, The In cident ere. ted a sensation at the tlra. President Roosevelt stood resolutely fey Mr Porn and further emphasized his friendship bv appointing him. about three ard a half years ago, r.s postmaster A storm of prottsat was raised ny Wash 'ngtonlans agslnst the appointment, the prlnelpal objection being tha' he war not a locnl man. although Mr Rarnet had lived here for about a quarter of century. BARBER-HODODON. Wetldlng nt llrthnny f harrh, Mont. Iirltrr, n Itrllllnnt Event. Montpeller. Oct. 3). The wedding of Herbert Gootlell Marber, representative from UrnttlPbor.i 'n the Legislature of I!"", and Miss Florence Hodgdon daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs Clnrenco S Whlttter, which occurred this evening in Bethany Church, was a brilliant social event, arid was- attended bv a company of Invl'ed guests that tilled the spnetons edifice. The Interior of the church was beaut - fully ttltnmed with laurel, ferns, evei- ! greens and white chrysanthemums The I Rev. S'nt.lev F. niomfleld wns the if- delating clenr'-ninn. and W A Hrlggs was at the orcan. nssHted by thi Mont peller Milltnn Itand orchestra, of which Fred H. Whittier a brother of the bride was a f tit"-1 -1 leader The ushers at th.. church wee Philip A. Dewey of Niagira Falls, Harold K Whitney and Prank I. Hunt of Brattle roro, and Charles A (Vebb of M ntpelle' The full ring tervicn was used Frank R Barber of .Hrattleboro. a nr. 'the t f the groom, was best man, and Mrs. Fred R. Wntklns of New Haven, Conr. matron, of honor, fihe wore n pale green messalino Rown and camel hlto chrysanthemums. The bride wns charmingly gowned In white moire silk with veil nnd orange blns-onis and carried a shower bouquet of white roses. Misses Helen Rrock. Eva Randell I'lnrence Corry and R'ibv Hcaton. the bridesmaids, wore white. with gold ornaments In tholr hair an carried white roses. The wedding presents, which were both substantial and beautiful, entirely filled 0,10 1 oom rI the Whittier residence. Pol- lowing the ceremony an Informal reception was neitt nt the home of the bride on Fast State street. Mr. and Mrs, Barbe left on the midnight train and will be at home ? North Main street, Brattle boi. November 1, I'' ' Is n rising young attorney I" ". nnd made an excellent rcrri c instructive work In the last It'.'i "t.' Ti e bride Is ono of the most prpulai vc'i' V o' Montp' Her ORDER IS GROWING RAPIDLY Slnte ('nunc!!, J. O. V. A. It. unuttl Mretliiit Attended by 100 n.'lcgatc Total Membership I, ITT. M.rtpelier, Oct 20 -The State Council - .. . . .. . . meeting to-dav In Grand Army hall In t Is iltv with about 1"0 delegates prespn' At the nfternoon session A h.'r K. White of Montpeller. Stnte seiretnry reported .l.l live councils with a t ta! membership of l.tTi against 1.2T' In l The repoit o' the treasurer nl-owpd " 2 on hand and all bills paid. William H. Jeffrey, State councillor, reported a gain In membership In 'S yrart from 0.". to 1.1T9. He nlso spoke of t'u flourishing condition of the order tn tin Stnte and of the establishment .'f a Ver mont room nt the Nattonnl Orphans' Home nt Tiffany, Ohio. The officers elected this afternoon wen Instnlled by Natlnnnl Deputy Hulatid ot Rhode Island. They nro: State coun cilor, W. II. Jeffrey of West Hmke, unanimously re-elected for tho third con. secutlvo year; vice-councillor. K M. Por ter of Brownliiston Center; pcretary Arthur K. White nf Montpeller. treas urer, R. Mnssey of North Danville: con duct or, B, C. Wlicelo' of Newport Centerj wiinien, ,i. it. rntric' r.r Windsor: Insldo sentinel. George 11 Un of Hyde Park; outside, sentinel, c Poland of Putney; trustee, George r Mnssey of Newport Center. A public meeting was held thin evening III Grand Anuy hall at which btlef speeches wero mndo by tho newly elected State offletrs. Past Statu Councillor John Noyes and State Secretary William Ran dolph of New Hnmprhlro. Following th public meeting the local menibera of th Daughters of America, a companies branch of the order, erved a banquet.