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THE BURLINGTON FKJ5E PltHSS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, lfllft, AUT01STS SEEK i FEDERAL LAW Wish Relief from "Freakish" Operations of Statutes in the Various Gtate3. OPPOSE H. P. CLASSIFYING With 000,000 Machines, a S5 License Would Net Govern ment at Least $1,000, 000 Annually. Washington, Feb. 17. representatives j of automobile owners of the country np- ' pearcd beforo the House it.teistul com mittee to-day to advocato some tort nf federal law that would place them upon u uniform has If nnd relieve them from the 'freakish" operations of conflicting laws of the various f-'tutes. The federal 'Iccnse hill Introduced by Ilepi esentntlvc Cocks of .Vew Voik was bclmr consider ed. L It. Kpeure of Boston, president of t'ic American Automobile a'soclatlon, opposed the ptnvMon which would re K liato the llccnslnE of automobiles nc eor'l'iii; to horsepower. He explained ' in. a machine of email power but runn " t: i.ipldly mlL-ht do in to damage than n t ar lnlie of greater power, 1'liiniliir at a blower re to. It fliia stated that the forks bP! would riod-i.e n million dollars nnnoally In re enne for tho federal government ti ii ikIi the Urease fee of J.1 for each 1'iae.ilne. There nre now 25'i,f) mach ines In this country and with the output nf iyp) nildfd, the total would be about roo'-Vj cars. With but one third of this number uiklnc out federal licenses, the Knvermuent would derive (he larpe re venue above stated. Kdward S. Cornell, secictary of the National Hlchwnv soeletv, nrrlved to day to Investigate proposed national IcKislntion for rr -tula t inn of automobile traffic. Mr. roinrll said to-tilcht that lie found sentiment In Washington to be nualns. automobile legislation at this time. The hills now before Consres?. be said, especially the Cocks hill, have provi sions that would destloy the rights of the States to cause the at ret f nn opera tor of a car before an accident occurred. A motor car operator, (ravelins from one State to another, would, under this law, Mr. Cornell argued, be practically im immo from arrest, except by an officer of the United States couit. I'pon this pround Representative Mann opposed the Cocks hill to-day. AIIHESTS AT AXV TI.MK. There was considerable of Interests to New KiiRlnnil at yesterday's session of the legislative 'onventlon of the Amer ican Automobile association. 'William A." ' Thlhodeau of Boston, Reneral counsel for the Legal association of the American Automobile association, a subsidiary or ganization embrnclni; !'00 attorneys tl-.iouixhoui the country, told about some of bis amuslnt; experlcn-es with the law. He Mild that In spite of the fact that the Massachusetts law Is one of the best In tlie country. It Is very complex, nnd he io!d of the visit of a Missouri tourist to him last summer. SI WIFE ii CHAINS Cruel Contrivance Resembling Coat of Mail Also Locked on Her Body. I'-'-ii, Fob. 17--Tl:e disappearance of the voun',- wife of a diugielst named I'ar U was cleared up to-day when tho pollca broke in and foui.d the woman hiavlly fl aiiitd between t'iu bed anil ;ho wall, ho ri scarred. In addition to tho chain, which was r 'i ugly padlocked around the n-cl:, a i el 'contrivance resemblipg a coat of iad, but strengthened by a belt of copper i , enveloped tho body. Both objects t I rjo removed only bv the wi of 1 I Die woman told o pitiful tale of two I earn imptltonincnt and martyrdom. l.at I November while "till in chains, ho gave r'h to her fifth child. The husbprd re- J isi d to call a doctor, r'arut, who w.i.s arrested, declared that if lovfd his wife, but was extremely jcaiouii of l.er. a s.i-i;;u.Ki) to ciui.imux. 'Our '.wo rhildrrii of six ar.d eisht rears havu been since Infancy subject to coidi and croup. About three yeurs aeo 1 btarted to tua Foley's Honey and Tar, and It ha3 never failed to prevent and cure theco troubles. It Is the only medl rluc I can get the children to take with out a row." Tho abovo from W. O. Orn rdeln, Orucn Bay. ".!., duplicates the cxperlenco of thousands of other users of Foluy'H Honey and Tar. J. W, O'Sul 'Ivan, 21 Church street . SICK HEADACHE Positively cored hy tlicso Little VilU. They also relloTO Dl tiesa from Dyspepsia, in digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness. Ntaica. Drow&lneta, Had Taste. In tho Wouth. Coated Tonprtio. Pain in tte Side. ITOHPID LIVE?. The rcj-td&te tba Bowels. Furely Vtceuble. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SHALL PRICE. Genuine Must Ocsr Fac-Simile Signaturo REFUSE SUBSTITUTES- DRUGG KEPT CARTER'S lVER Bl PILLS. GARTERS VVlTTLE Fiver Li": r ! v HALE'S The 03d Standby By its time-tested merits, its uniform success, prompt no tioti and clrnn tnste, Hale's Honey of I lorehoundanrfTnr has become the stnnclatd remedy of its kind. Reconi- mended as a safe, simple nnd effective remedy For Coughs & Colds All DniRelnts HONEY of Iloreliound nnd Tar Plhe'n Taothnche Drops Cure In One Minute The Mlssburinn wished to know what the law provided, so flint he would not violate 11 He c.illid thre- times, and Mr Thlbodeau snent a Ions; time explain ing the complexities of the law. After doliiK nil this Mr. Vhlbodcitt added that even If tlie torn 1st obeyed the lav.' hli license was ll.ibii. to revoentl n by tho Rtato highway con-miss ou r without mil!1, "And by the way," the lawyer ad ded, "you nre liable to nrrest at this minute, because your car has been standini; outside my office more than five mTrtutes without a driver," Ills visitor thereupon threw up his hands In disgust, Mr. Thlhodcatt said, nnd made up his mind to be arrested any minute. A few days later, .Mr. Thlhodeaii said he received word that the Missouri man had been arrested at Beverly. CRITICISES VKRMONT LAM. Mr Thlbodea-t criticised the Ver mont law niot severely. II said It was Impossible to jm into th State without violating the law, and ex pressed the opinion that, In view of the fact that Vermont does SH.OOO.fiOO wotth of buslners yparly, much of It with nutMilern, it could afford to amend Its automobile law. Mr. Thlhodeaii advocated the federal registration bill, and in conclusion s.iid emphatically, amidst applause: 'I inn not here to ask for a federal license 'aw. but I am here to demand It. The automobile Interests of the countrv are. entitled to this mcasuro of consideration." FLEETWOOD OLUB FORMED. IIms Memhemlilp of ISO I'li.vnlelnii-i Ilndorse Mix Cnnilld-iey. Monisvllle. Teh. 17. The Fleetwood club compleled Its orKanlzatlon at a lursely attetuled meetln-r to-night and a membership of jm was enrolled. An executive committee was appointed anil an Information bureau provided for. Tt was announced that Mr. Fleetwood had received a letter signed by a largo number of prominent citizens in Kt. .lohnsbury, nsklnc him to commence his speaking campaign there In tho near future. The phj'Mclans of this county have un animously endorsed his, candidacy. Santlano, Chile, Feb. Ml. William .1. Bryan nnd his wife and daughter arrived here to-day. They will remain for four days. On Tuesday, S. L. Plerrepont, the American chnrne d'affaires, will give n leception In honor of the visitors. Be fore his departure from A'alparaiso, Mr. Bryan attended a luncheon given by the Chilean foreign minister, A. Kdwards. For a mild, easy action of the bow els, a slnprle dose of Doan's Regulets is enoiiKh. Treatment cures habitual constipation. 25 cents a box. Ask your druggist for them. Wife Number One Hurries to Rutland When She Hears What Hubby Has Done. Rutland. Feb. 17 Bartholomew Thom i.t Murpliy of this city, aged 25, a painter, uus bound ovtr to tho srund Jury by Ju-,-tlco B. H. .Stickt.ey this afternoon in $1,) ball on the ohro of bigamy. The com plainant Is Mrs. Udna Holcomb Murphy of Wcstpoit. N. V., who claims &ho was man led to Murphy at Fort Henry, N. V.. by the R.- WlPlam Ctishmeio on April i, :M7. MiirpV.j :-ns been Uvliu; hero with lvllzabetn iJiiman Murphy of Rutland 'hom he married m this city on Novem ber IS, iros He told the city clerk at the '.lm that It was bin first marriage. Tho Wes-tport woman says that she lived with Murphy for sis month and then lelt him becauo ho would not sup port her and ha had such a jealous dis position that ho wna always ascuslng her of somo misdeed and once threatened to poison her. Sho learned only a few days ago from Vergennts friends that Murphy tvaa living hern and was married and isho came hero yesterday. Sha had no diffi culty in locating the man. Ho Ins a mother living in Ferrlsburgh nnd lived in Vergonnes some tlmu bufora comlmr to Rittlnnd. Muridiy went to jail In default of hall, He has retained Ktncst H, O'Brien a counsel. CONVICTS BROKE PAROLE. neturned to Stale l'rlsou for ntfenx Young Girl from ilonir. Windsor Feb. 17. Two convicts from the Vormont State prison, who have, been out on parole for some time, were returned to that institution this week for breakln-f their parole. Their names are Clinton Clark of Windsor, and Arthur Vanoelette of Swnnton. They are said to havo enticed a yountr frlrl, not quite 1H years old, away from her home here, dark furnishing- the money and Vanoelette looking out for her after she arrived at Bwonton, The girl, Mlna Mary AN er, was brought here for a hearlnr upon complaint of Btate'a Attorney K. ft. Buck, as was also Vanclette, by Deputy Hherlff J. II. Klnlry, yesterday afternoon. "Dr. Thomas' Ecleotrlo oil Is th best remedy for that often fatal dls. case croup. Has been used with suc cess in our family for el-rnt years."- Mru, U Whltcacro, Buffalo, N. Y. PAINTER HELD ON BIGAMY CHARGE WILD ENGINE AND PASSENGER CRASH Engineer Said to Have Violated Orders Which Gave Fast Train Right of Way. BOTH ENGINE CREWS JUMPED No Seriov.3 Injuria" but Passen gors Were Badly Shaken Up Locomotives Ruined and One Car Splintered. St. Johtisbury, Feb. 17. Tho north bound air line, tho fa at train between Boston and Montreal, collided with a helper engine about a mile thU side of Wist Burki; this nfternon and both engines were b.nlly urncr'ncd. The cieus saw thst the crssh wan romltiK nr l Jumped. thu ercaphiR serious Injury. The enirlne o-i the nlr line plowed through the helper and both nre ruined. The pat.senners were badly rhnken up bu' luuio w ri s serlounly hurt. The biR PRKC en i' was b-idly splintered but the other car withstood the shock. The ct winter on th" helper bod orders to wait al West Burke for the freight and nld life to pavs. When the freight went by be started south on tho main tinck. He had run about h mile when the trains met. At 7:.T'l p. m. the tracks had been rlenrtd. Tit A IN HAD CLOrfE CALL. Charlotte, Feb. 17 -Tin; northbound noon train from New York when about two miles below this place to-i'ny had a narrowly esrapc. About two feet of the rail was broken out irid tlio train of five cars bunip'd over the btrak, As soon as possible the train was bioucbt to a .top nnd lacked to the place, but the broken piece of rail could not be found. MEATLESS MENU MADE HIT Hold Men of Vermont Put On over in Ilecf Trust Greene nnd 1 1 it k nliioiiK Speaker. Montpelier, Feb. W. The econd annual business meeting and the meatless ban quet of the Vermont Hotel Men's associa tion were held in this city to-day, the Pavi lion Hotel beini? tlie headquarters of the landlords. Tlie business meetl-iK was called to order at 11:3.1 to-nlRbt In the Pavilion parlors, President F. F. Bhepard. pre siding. The much heralded "meatlcn banquet" was held In the evening ut eisht o'clock, the tables showini; that the beef trust does not control all the sood Ihlntrs eat able. The post-prandlnl speakers included Frank L. Orerne of St. Albans, U M. Hays of Kssex Junction at the officer.1, and members of the association. The meatless menu Included Br-ipe fruit, mara-sehlno, blue points, liorfcradlsh, to-ba.-co sauce, cream of tomato aux cie tons, Iced celery, drey fuss roll, ladlsbes, olives, filet o: halibut, saute an vin blanc, homines dutches, sliced cumcumbtrs, fried CRirplant, potato croquettes, broilcl livo lobster, French pe.is, inashril pota toes, i-alnd ca mayonnaise, toasted crack ers, IOni-Ilsh plum pudding with brandy sauce, ice c-cam, fruit, coffee and clunrs INJUNCTION BILL INTRODUCED It llfftili v.llli Mili.e't In Which frcs- idrnl 1 1 ai Been firenllj Inlerrnled. Washington, I'eb. 1. What Is sener nlly recognized as the administration bill on the regulation of court injunction was Introduced to-day hy Itf-piveiitailvo It. O. Moon (republican) of Pennsylvania, chairman of tho committee on revision of laws. It deals with a bubject In which the Piesldent has been deeply Interested and one which ho has been anxious to see cpacted Into law In careful form that would redeem th pledges of his party on tho subject and ut the same time con stitute no drastic innovation In Wsn pro cedure. The bill provides that no Injunction, whether interlocutory or permanent, shall be Issued by any federal court or Judge without previous notice and an opportu nity to be heard on behalf of the parties enjoined unless there appears a proba bility that "Immediate and Irreparable Injury" Is likely to ensue when tho court may Issue a temporary restraining order without notice. It Is required that overy such order shall notice the Injury, state why Irreparable and why wanted with out notice, and shall not extend more than seven d.iy.s from th time the no tice Is servrd. TU" DA V IN CONG RBSS. Discussion of varljiiH features of the Indian appropriation bill and tho refer ence of many war claims to tho court of claims occupied most of tho time of the House to-day. No important amend ment wab made to tlie Indian bill. Lato In the day the posteffce appropria tion hill was reported. The principal feature of to-day's pro ceedings In tho Senate was the delivery of a speech hy Senator Newlands In pup port of a measure, proposed hy htm look ing to co-operation of the engineer corps of the army wth other agencies devoted to the development of the resources of tho country, The House was in session five and a half hours; tho Senate adjourned after a session of about two hours. The House will meet to-morrow, The Senate ad journed until Monday, CAUCUSES WERE TAME. Three Mnnlpellrr WnnlN Xomlniite Al dermen mid Helmnl CommlnHlonerf". Montpelier, Feb. If Tbo ward cnu cuses this evening were lovo feasts, Tho "bloody plxth" had but one candidate and IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS For Cut, Scalds. Burns, llrulica. Sprains, Insoct or Mosquito llltoj, apply, i BROWN'S'lNSTANT BELIEF 9 All dealors sell It. J 25 cents.' frmurri li tot Norwy MtJItlm Co., Kttw, Mild:. tlie clerk was Instructed to cast the bal lot oi the wntd for him. Tim school cnmmlsMoiiern nominated wete ns follows: Wnrd one, K. D. Field: ward two, n, j, jj, jnes; tlie present encumbent; wnrd three, nr. P. 1. Tern pleloti, who holds the office at present. Tho nldermanlo caucuses resulted as follows. Wurd four, L. II. Athorton, who (von out iiKainst K. A. Sweeney: ward five, '. J. Thomas, who was opposed by Frank K. ymllh, the present holder of tlie office, mnl In ward six Jeremiah lx.idy u- tcnomlnnlcd. STATE BANKERS HOLD THEIR ANNUAL MEETING Xenrly Ftil! Membership Present ill Woodstock rinllirrlng C. 1 Clinp iiinii lllecteil I'iyMiIciiI. Woodstock, Feb. 1 7 The Vermont State Ilnnkern' association, organized a year ngo, held Its first annuul meeting hero to-day with neatly tlio full mem bership of 50 persons present. At the mooting this afternoon nt the. Wood stock Inn the vlsllors wcro welcomed by Vlco-Preslilent e. I'. Chapman, F. 11. Farrlnglon, responding. The an nual address delivered by President H. L. Ward of Burlington war. followed by reports of officers. An Interesting address was thru imiiln by the Hon. It. M. Kcanunon, State batil: commissioner of Now Hampshire. Officers wcro elected as follows: President, C. F. CIin.pr.ian. Woodstock; vice-president, F. II. Farrlngton, Bur lington: secictary. W. W. itussell. White Itlver .Hint Hon; treasurer, D. I Wells. Orwell: members of executive committee fur tivo years, C. P. Smith, Burlington, W. H. Boberts, Manchester, C F. Lowe, Montpelier. Among the speakers In the discussion following tho nfternoon address wero Fuller C. Smith of M. Albans, national bank examiner, and F. c Williams of Newport, .''tate hank examiner. The association was the guest of the Ottau quechee Snvlngj bank at a banquet hold at Hie Inn tills evening. FAMILY HAD NARROW ESCAPE ! Fled from naming: Building In Mght j Clnlhcl. !,ois on Store nnd I Stock M tHI.OOtl. fit. Jolinsbury, Feb. 17. The large grain and iteucrnl store of ficott S. McDowell at Lyndon village was entirely destroyed I by fire lant night. Mr. McDowell and his I family, who live over the store, barely escaped In their night clothes. The Are was discovered about ll:o last night and the building buined rapidly. Fire com panies responded to the alarm from Lyn don and Lyndonvllle. It Is thought the lire was started by electric wires or by rats chewing matches. Tho loss is Slfi.oDO), J.'.OuO on tho bnlldlns and $ll,oTO on the stock. The stock was partially Insuted but there was no Insurance on the building. 'A HEN IS A BIRD." Odcliil Muling, Hovrever. Does Not Change I lip Tariff on I'kkk. Washington. Feb. 20-"A hen I', a bird," Is the official declaration of the United States iruaimry department. Its customs' experts made this ruling in response to the Inquiries of one of the department's correspondents who called attention to the fact that the Payne tariff law levied a duly of five cents a dozen on hen's eggs while ut the same time birds' eggs are admitted duty free. Tho paragraph Imposing the duty of live cents u doien on Inn's egg.? Is speci fic, so that nltlibugh a hen is officially declined to be a bird, Its products will have to pay the tariff rate. The diminishing Importance of a store s always inferred from a reduced ad vei tiring space. .WEBB REFUSES TD BE A WITMESSilS READY FOR WORK His Counsel Contends That He 'Lives in New York Will Testify Later. New York, Feb. 17. Ur. V.. Soward Webb was subpoenaed Ik fore United States Commissioner Alexander yesterday to give testimony before trlnl In a suit for 2,Ko,mo damages hrought by Hiram A. Hodge of Boston, Mas'., and Frank D, White of P.utiand. Vt., against James O. Cannon, William K. VanderbiU Henry L. S.irague, Blcl'.nrd Smro and others, dl rectois and odlcers of the llutland rail road. These dofendants are accurcd of having wrecked the South Shore railroad, running from St. Lambert to St. Francois du Lac, both places in the Province of Qufbec, In which the plaintiffs were hi terested. This n.-tlon bar. been pending for five or six yeais and the order for Dr. Wbb's examination In advance of tho regular trial was obtained on tho representation that ho lived moro than 1M miles away ftom tho place of til.ii. When Dr. Webb was called to be sworn he tefuscd to take tho oath or to testify, on the advice of Henry B, Andetson of Anderson & Anderson, his counsel, Mr, Anderson says that his client, while a legal resi dent of Vermont, really lives In thl3 city und thereforo does not come within the scopo of the t'nited States statute ns to non-resident witnesses and cannot be compelled to give his evidence until the tegular Iteming. That the Nsne might be passed upon by the proper tribunal, the eommlrsloncr' oidered the witness to be .nrn and lo ttstlfy, and upon his reiterated refusal tefertc-d the cao to the I'nlted Stales circuit court. Mr. Andeison and Hoy c. (lasser, as sodnted with him, wero willing to acree vlth former Judge V. M, K. Oleott nnd W. Wlckham Smith, for tho plaintiffs, that their client would appear and testify at the regular trial. A bargo containing 12 workmen on their way from Hr.in,l,n, i ilin marhle plant nt Fowler, had n bad spill nt a railroad crossing about u half mile south of Brandon Tuesday, February IS. When tho barge struck tho tails It was ovorturned and tho 12 men were thrown In all directions, Minor In juries wore nustalued, one man Inndlng on his head In two feet of snow and remaining In a dazed condition fur somo time. Tho hursee ran awny but soon got tangled in th0 harnesses nnd were thrown to tho ground, 0 MEN REJOICE AS STRIKE IS ENDED Granite Workers Have Paid $810 000 for a Raise of Ten Gents per Day. SEC. DUNCAN SAID SETTLE' Barre Cutters Carried Vote to Accept Manufacturers' Pro position by Majority of 100 Montpelier, Feb. 20. General tejolclna; prevailed In this city nnd Barre last evening over the settlement of the sran ite strike which has been In existence rlnce November 16 Inst In which about f,,M men In Washington county havo been Idle. Tlie action of the Barre cut tern yesterday will be ratified by those In this city, East Barre, WaterbMry and Northneld and work will be resumed aa roon as the agreements can be signed. The P.urre branch of the Granite Cut ters' union had received on Intimation from Secretory Duncan at Qnlncy, Mass., that the offer made to them by the manu facturers wan considered a fair one, they were advised to accept It and go back to work, and If they did not do thti It was Intimated their strike pay would cease o.fter Saturday, February IS. Tho Uune cutters met yesterday afternoon nnd In a very orderly meeting, wtthomt hostile demonstrations of any kind, by & majority of 100 they voted to accept ths latest proposition of the manufacturers, which wan for the agreement to run for five years from March 1, 1910, th cutters to rwelve a flat rate of 40 cents an hour for the first three years, nnd J&25 per day for the last two years of the agree ment. This is equivalent to an Increase of 10 cents per day over the agreement under which they were working for the first three years and 15 cents per day for the last two years, all cutters to receive the Increase. ni'SH HAMMFR AGREEMENT. I'nder this agreement the pneumatic bush hammer, which was tho original cause of all the trouble, is not to be used until April 1. From that date, until June 1 It can be used If the stones are kept wet down, and after June 1 all such hush hammers or bumpers ara to be equipped with a device for re moving the dust. If they arc not so equipped they nre not to be used. The question whether the Saturday half holiday shall be for the 12 months of the year or for only six months was left with the strike committees from the manufacturers and cutters to finally decide. During the SI working days that the men In Washington county have been Idle the loss In wages has ex ceeded Sl'fl.OOO per dny, estlmnted nt n rate of pay of $2..r.O per man, making a total loss of wages of JS10.000. The loss to the manufacturers has also been very heavy but Is not so easy to compute. Settlement has already been effected with the sharpeners and polishers, nnd within two days the granite Industry In this valley will resume Its normal condition. iLODGE COMMITTEE Plans to Have Experts Furnish the Facts about the High Cost of Living. Washington, Feb. 17. Vice President Sherman to-dny appointed as the com mittee to Investigate tlie Increased cost of living, Sena.tor Lodge, chairman, Senator Galllnger, Senator McCumbor, Senator Smoot, Feuntor Crawford, Sena tor Simmons and penator Clark of Ark ansas. Mr. Sherman had offered the chair manship to Senator F.lklns, nuthor of tho resolution under which the Inquiry Is to be conducted, but Mr. Elklns was una ble to sci ve. It now appears unlikely that hearings will he held by the committee. Chair man Lodge will call his associates to gether as soon ns possible to consider the best method of procedure. Personal ly he believes more can be accomplished by calling to the assistance of the com mittee experts In the various exccutlvo departments who have special knowledgo of the subjects to be probod. It was tinted by Mr. Lodso to-day that the Investigation will be thoroush. He sold that If the tariff Is tesponsl hle for the Increared cost of necessar ies of life, tho committee will not hes itate to bring out the truth. In connection with tho considera tion of a bill granting the right of way for an oil and sas pipe lines across his State Senator Jeff Davis of Arkansar. In the Senate to-day etiBaged In nn oxclted denunciation of the Stan dard Oil company and John I). P.ocke foller. The bill was then passed with only the vote of Mr. Davis In opposl Hon. Tho Senate also parsed the dlsplo matle and consular bill carrying an appropriation of over 14,000,000, In the. House, the Indian appropria tion bill and measures of local Inter est In the District of Columbia took ti)i the time of the session. Providence. Feb, .-About 60 merch ants and professional men yesterdav en', dorred the Grand Trunk railroad's' peti tion for nn entry Into Providence Mrs. Wlnslow'i Boothina 8-mn UOM of MOT-IBM a .kj. e,?77i2' 2's- nlliliA. Sild hr nmnltM ir aim lit nr ' . w;rt't ( . " ulna unKrtlM tntA tut IXui Al, J,.i.k.iiii'--' . .Nuu.Nl 10W. - AX OLD AND VJXL TaTtU sTmSdJ . usi-.s i vu colio m.a i. ,k. -rrL" 1 1 -? In mra -. .... r BUSINESS Burlington, Wlnooski Business pi'rnii siii-t-itAN. Land Architect and Contractor M"" work, excavating, road nnd building, grading, cement ereln wnll.o ul.t.e tn. 422 Kortll HI. Automobile Repairing OOLLISON'S GARAGE, rilt'HCI. AN1 MA1M.F. ST.1. Alttomobllo repairing, Lu'-tf'st nml best equipped shop In tho !'laL BakedGoods Bakers of Scotch Butter Bread, O del KNst mill cnllro wheat and Menna bread. Est. 1890. B0 Cherry fit. Cleaners & Dyers owr, & doiininsr.N. c-.KAM-ns ami nvuni. rreln-r at do cents a suit. v'"r't called for and delivered, 'Phone .0- Clflarslk tobacco HOWARD'S. Cigar Store nnd nilllnrd Parlor, 1M CHt'IWH STUTT.T. IC. A. Ilovrnrd. Prop. nurllnKloti. 1 I. Contractors & BnUders WM. BLONDIN. Oenirat Building Contractor. .Man ufactur" of C'emen. Bul'dlng Bl"cks. 22S Mftln ft. Burlington. Vt. Dining Koom SHERWOOD DINING ROOM. Seats 150 people. Banquets a spe cialty, "ntrance to Dining Boom o'i Cherry fit Mr and Mr? A. n. Warren. Florist AUGUST GEBICKE. Florist and Gardener, A large as sortment of Flints and Flowers always on hand Store 82 Church St. Green house 11 Mansrflrld Ave. Insurance TIIR COI.VMIIIAX NATIONAI, LIFE INSUBAXCr. CO. James McOowan, Gen. Agent. Strong Bldg. Agents wanted In every town Lantern Slides THE BARKER STUDIO. Lantern Slides made and colored at the Barker Studio, 183 College St . Burlington Vt Ladies' Tailor n. 1. AI.IIF.IIT, 10 No. Winnoskl Ave. Fashionable Suits and Skirts ready made and to order. Cleaning, press-in-; and alterations. gagement Books O O Free PresB Stationery Store. Wistiiooski Finns Dentist DR. L. N. PIETTE, DKNTIKT, , Grenney Block, fifi West Allen St. Wlnooski, Vt. DrugflisJ E. R. CRANDALL, Druggist. Stationery. Blank nooks Largest stock of Novels ever broiiy' ' Into town. 3S .Main Ht. Essex Jynetaoft Fsrms Contractors & Builders NICHOLS & PARKER. Estimates furnished at short in.tl on all kinds of buildings, first c'ass work nt living prices. I.ssex Jet.. t Dry Goods & Shoes A. B. RUGG. Drv and Fancv Oofds. Ladles' and Oents' Furnishings. Boots. Shoes u.id Hubbcrs. Fine Wall Paper. Druggist JUNCTION PHA3R.MACY. A complete and up-to-dnte Hue of Drugs and Medicines. An especially line showing of Stationery and "Mod ern" Self-filling Fountain Pens. Furniture, Crockery, etc A. A. DOUGLAS. Furniture. Lacn Curtains. B.-ddlng. etc. Crockery, Clasi and Glazing Furniture tcpulrlns and I'pholstui tnu 'Phono 124. STATIONERY IS TALKATIVE. business, stnfionory is never mute. The ehenp kind talks about you und libels you. The right kind talks about you and praises y.m. The cheap kind eosts you more if you consider, it expensive to lose "caste" in r business way. Tlie right kind --osts y.ui lesi if you consider "prestige" worth anyUiitig. If you want your Stationery to boost instead of to be-little yoar busiiess then we should iiho to tails "Job Printing to you." FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION. Who Are the Most Successful Merchants In Burlington? Aren't They Advertising and business su-.ce.T5 are closely connected the first is nec essary -a. the sncntid. Follow the ex. ample- of B'.irhiigioti'ssu'-cessful mer chants and plan a libor.-.l advertisinq; cnmpaifrn with THIS HURLING. TON FREE PlU5Si DIRECTORY and Essex junction Firms. I STANDARD I3TEAM LAUHDT Office nr, Chcrrv H it v , . I'rnp, F lie M r i.nV , ro l ' ' ' ; -Phone ns-M or s- ,u ,,. P'"' r h.lll ,.n 1 " "u ' l' ' "" '1 'Wl Goorloll Granite L Mnrble Ho. us a u-1. r.n 1 -U' -v'f ."wi on', M Plumbers FRANK 8. I.AN0U & SON, ITnetlcl l'l,i,.,1,cr ,, stru,nF,"'rn 1M SI. I'nill Mreel. ext Nrt, Burlington Ktvl, ,g t,anlc Roo2er H. R. BALLS. T7ftnff-r nn.l 1. i .... ;.v;oflng material c,,nVr.-;Vs ',Tu Nl.rth Kt.nSH W"rk- SM Rus RUGS, RUGS, RUGS. Made from old v.'nrti , 1r ( nrpets rle-Mied, made oer r r" palrnl. Burlington Bug (..,, , , street ' 11 Suciar lJ2enjn-3 LEADER EVA PORATOR CO. 11 c u m in wi't thnr e va p lo ti id su make nr good or b- ttr gar. Send for eata , ,e ' Suspender Mfy. Globe Siispendcr Mfg. Co. I Manufacturei s i.r high o i. penners for the qulrles solicited, llngtnn, Vt ur in 1 I. nr. i, -t nur- Typewriters & Supplies W. II. Shermiui, 04 Church St inirrMii.ii 'i' ;ir rlter '. - rent All mnkeci ,,r .t.t.i , Tmu.. ...... ,-i . i , , i ,11,11 Mipitfll'S I '.itiher. 'Phone Ofii nog- VioSims & Sap-plies Albert Murtson, 318 Nn-t1! St New and 'dd Vir,ln f,- ,i ju(,i cal Instruinente ind r'lan'-g ' ows Strings etc Slr-noiiv nll, , . .,' Loeksr.illh and Gun 1 r. ; . r,.r J. R. COTTSILLr Jewelf r and i;r ut jati " Ti"''s Watches rer 'i - fl est bl The White Store, imrt !,. f IS.-, College istreet, niit'llngloii, Vt. Fine Confectionery WINOOSKI FRUIT CO. Foreign ar.d Domestic Fri.Iis. Con fectlnri. ry. Clirars. T"t' . 'f o nnd Pipps riur . vn L'u "-ted nil Prm ipt le'iv- : 11 Vain Siioes Shoes Shoes HANSON'S SEOE STCSF.. i'im: mkiiv ami it i ii ii i:v I'it Men W-.tnen n,l Children til Mnln Street. Hardware, Psif.nis, elc. E. L. KEITH. Hardwire, .Stove", P.nr.gi .-. I . ws. eti Put.ips and Tlnwae l nlp I as. tnr. Lime nnd Hair. Bullde.s' II ird v.ne. Paint", Oils, etc. Hardware Tills, ; PACK UKhlJItVi:i) for MUDGETT & CO., i)c:ilcr In llnrdmirc. Hants'.,, etc. Newsdealer & Stationei- W. H. YAITDOW. s-i i.-.-rlptlon tnken for lea ni :,"MM iiprs and Magazines. Clu.i ratei ,i si., ally. Mileage bought and sold Buy Your..., PRINTING cf the Free Press Job Printing Go, isers ?