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Tim BURLTNGTON FRISK 1'IlHSS AND T1MKS: THURSDAY, FKIUJUART 21, 1010.
CITY UK Word lias boon received ot .ho death of Harrison Leo of Klglu, Kun.f., a former resident of this city. Tim rniulltlon of ,T. ( Mlddlebrook, nho Is tit nt lilt homo on Hoilth Wlllald f-rei'L, rcinulns llic miiiif. A mooting t the Woman's Homo Mis (in.uy society or tho First Church Is called for this afternoon .il Unco o'tlock. A son, Hubert Frnnol!, wns born Tues day to Mr. mid Mrs. F.dwatd Orciivllle lltnedlot of New Yoik. In piohntn court yesterday the will of lint It. Dulls, lalo of Jericho, wns filed. M.ireh i:! mis tlm day sei for 11 hearing. The rife of ljucono F. fowler vs. Michael Callahan, nil ucllon of hook nr. unit to i-eonier MtVi, watt onteioil Molt ri iy 111 Chittenden cum t. The condition of M. A. Wnghnm, Judge n' thr priib.it' conrl, iuh mole iioiiout' estctday ntid his condition Is considered i-i'ltl. nl. Tho condition of Onirics Hero of Con i erse court, although still considered sorl 'iis, wni' somewhat moru encouraging est onlay. I. A. Johnson of r.lclunond has Juct bft ii appoint) cl a county llsh nnd gamo warden by II. O. 'I'hom.is of sjtowe, Statu I Mi mid game commissioner. Tlii' condition of If. K. Sibley was com-fiitanl- ycstitdny afternoon. r.lthough during the previous night b" suffered much pain rind as a result was weaker J csterduy. Mrs, .George H. Ilolden of South Fnlon Mrcel, who has boon nl the Mary Fletch er hospital for an operation, returned to I r holm' yesterday. Iter oihriltlon ! l.i i' b improved. Several of tbe Ice companies have t tali d the lot- outside ot thu brenk- ier in pi epa ration for the haiiest. i ich will hoKln the latter purl of the k A Mir. Minor or Colchester, who has I umu Insane, was placed in Jail on l ilurdny, and will probably be sent nter to the State hospital at Waler l try. Walter I,. Prior or School street, who i-- b i ii employed a" salesman In II f ion store of Motley ft liluelow for lliu I i-t 1." years, h.t- been obliged to resign Is pisllloii bt.cau.'o or butl health. Walter II. I'llcber. fornierly olllc suc ii'iary lor tie! Ho.-lon V. M. C A. arrived 1 i till.-. iit estonlay. It- will to-day bo i.m liN tlulltv an u.-slstnnt so.uctaij for t . lotal V M. C. A. 'n probate t ourt Tluiifdny in the cs I ' ' " of Mis. Ivto- (lomo, late of Cn'. i t mcc. l.oulse Homo was nppolnted ml i n.lsiiatilx. IT. 1'.. Williams and I.'. 1!. J '.toil weio nppolnted eonnnissloncis anil t , ,'i, see. In probate court on Saturday Hemy 1 oiilln was appointed ndmlnl'uralur In n. (Male of Kciibcu Tbaycr, I at u of tide ester. K. II. Ilorton and l-. II. V'lpi'an were :iiolntetl eonimlssion- H and appraiM'i's. .in A. Nye m-i Ived o tologtnm Mim i iv from his nm. 1 Una llo V. Nye, now . government engineer statiouctl In A'lr i ill. to the ellect that be bail been or--M'l ttii ltoswell. New Mevteo. a sta 1 "a .ilioitt inn nilles south or Stmta Fu, l'n. I.tidles' ,bl society of lb... M"th i i"t i titirch served a supper in tlic , .ilors at sK o'clock Frliluy evening, ! Ilmvin;; which there was a program f music, and recitations. The high i chool instrumental club provided i uislc. The lloynnlds Ileal l'.a.e company ,ie .lust sold for J. and A. Tnhin of AVaterville ll.eii "SnrliiR 'ew farm," 1 .Mr Watei villi- lllam to W. M. Cautaw f St. AlbaO"- 'i'iit sale Includes stock Mid tools. Possesion will be privet! Mai'i'b 1. Josi'iih Aiild. on behalf of the Dally iew.". sinned it i nitraei on Saturtlay vah tcal No. n. 1. T. i'., for a union tliop. Tlic employes of the paper Ret a. IJ met case In 'Suites, with a scale of IIS.oo ror machlni-l opr'ialors Tile coutrnct Is lor one ye n'. Mrs. F. F. li.urows or Ninth AVlllaid (tret'l lll lenve to-day for Minnea polis, Minn., wluie Mie will join Mr. IS.uiov.'-, who Ims rticntly been appoint 'l sales in.iuitk'ir of tbe northwestern - "lion or Hie 1 niii tl Sinus for the X. 3. F.ih bank companv Mr-. l,lll'..in A. Trie!., proprietor of the neat niaiUet on N'nith I'nloti strefit, filed r petition In b inknipiey in the ottlce of the clerk of the fclonl cin.rt in Itiitland J'rldav. Ihr ll.i lillities immo nlven as :'.-I!i;.r, and her as-ets as J 1, 273, ot which I "i i 1- claimed oxi mpl. The care of ,1 . - J. H. Iockwood F H. it. Tliomns. apt., an action of l ook account ImohbiK J-Km anil appealed ( oiu city eoint, was enteied yesterday In ( hltlcnden comity court. In city court Ji.rlKment was vlven for the plaintiff to Itcoier Voi.t? and costs of $j."i9, i-itiilu rattle I'omini-sloner F. I J.'is of Whlli Itiver Junction and At torney tleiieial .1. (i. HaiKtut of Ludlow ro In thl iHv Tiiesda. 1 stopjied at tilt; Van Ne-s House. Fibtuary 1st lanau a new liscal year ami the work of tho rattle coinml-sluiiei is koIiik fotward with Miccess, Cntlle aiu bvlllK tested tlnounh ont the ht.ile. Tht-re was tbe usual larse attend mien nt the Fnltnrian I'liurch snolabln Frltiay i-vi'iihut. After the supper thero !. n lnusienl program consisting of l lei tions by tbe eiinri'li (iinrtette, a nnl solo by Frank Vernon, violin lii'tiibei's by Miss l.llllau .Manner anil n piano seleeVion by Miss Dorothy j.itet. Hurl islinni n i . I Jlbi bin Wldle were ri iiotlj mnriieil 'I'm--tl -i by Hip lte. Dr. ( V. (irlsnif r al tin- Methodist. jiarson.iKij In lUf jiieseiiri! of onlv a fev friend-. J'lie witnesses wore Mr. and Mis. Charles White, .Mr. and Mr. F. e. ishatu and Mr and .Mrs. i '. K. Isliain. After n slmrt iveddlnK trip, tho couplo will leslili, on liorset Ktreet In luobatc lourt Krldny In the es tuio of Dennis Uoiirne, lat of I!urlln ton, Murruy liouino was appointed oxoo tor, and Thomas Heeve- and C K, tier It a1 commisslonois and a, .niiisers, In III" estate of ti. W. Milii-on of W'estfoitl, M. Smith u.is iipiiolnltd ailminlHtru I r Funny A. I new iv't apiiolnti'd nil fii nNtratrlx in Hie estate of .1. II, Drew, lilt' of ilutliiiKton. Ti.o (llvorci) iiejtltlon of (loorpe W, J'oHer vs. Dot tin K. I'otter, Colchester p.iribw, was euleieil yesterday In Chit tenden county court. The potllloner aslm for u dlvoice on tho sround's of adultery, t. o Terry Kanan bntm,' named n r i rewpondpnt. II" sobs op that on i imniv M leo pelllloiite i i inlcttd Ii city cmiri on Hits linrie He iisKs Ii u uustody of tlm mo minor cliUdteu, The Health Dept. In your bodily system Is looked after by millions of little soldiers in your blood those corpuscles constantly fighting for you. I( this nrmy 13 well fed and kept liralthy and ntrons, by taking Hoc-trs Saraaparilla. it will destroy the uncount able horde of germ-enemtea that are attacking yon every moment of your life. Hood's Sar9nnarilla will keep you free from or will cure you of scrofula, cci.rnia, rheumatism, catarrh, anemia, that tired feeling and all uuch ailment? D. C. Clark shipped tha handsome chcttnit ddilltiK Vermont Belllna to New York Tuesday, Floyd Jonen of that city Is the purchaser ntid It is tm detslood that a price rnnt'ln up In tho four lliruies Mas paid, for tho horse In ntio of the lu st which has been raised on the Vcitnont .Stock farm 'Hie thrco tar old Is by Ilelllna, out of Heg.il ''hilars a id !s nun of tho hert bred horses In the country. The time for filliiK the annual license tax return! for corporitlons doing bttit ness In ths Stalw explies on March 1 and Stat Tax Cotuml(isloinr J. B. Cushman is now sending out notlcM to that effect. Fnllurii to file teturns ac.conllnsc to statue on that datn Increisen tho tax 2ft per cent Of the 1.400 cot porn lions dolnsr bushier 7(7 h.ive filed rotum. Htwen (3ifV and IlO.fO) U added to the Btatn 1 1 canary h thl! tax. AlthoUKh two months have elapsed since tho report wan received from Rome that the Itev J. J. nice had been appointed bishop of nurllnifton, nothing h&i yet boon heard at the Kpiscopal resldeno.t directly from him. It Is thought that by ibis time he must have received the i tl'ciiil papers from Uome and that thu anuouticci-.i'nt of the time and place of the coiisieration will be mide In a few days. Mayor '"Hike has rooalvrd tlie following letter from John Mc.Meekin of Daltelle, 1'lorlda: "I write to you for information. Do you know of a gentleman by the name of No i s, all . (1 or dend? In IRtil my father bad a sum of money which lie was keep ing for his two vounnest boys, Robert and John MeMecklii." No persons by that name am known to bo In tho city. There was a Veinon I'. Noyeg and a ChioIus Xoys, but they have been dead tor many years. A hive of the Ladles of the Maccabees of tho World was partly oi'Kanized last evening In the rooms of tho Foresters on Church ttet. Deputy State Commander Mr!. K M. Watklns of Rutland was tho orgnnlzer and It wan voted to nnmo tho lodce the Hurllnxton Hive. The election of o!n-r will be completed Friday even ing, when the Installation will takn place, '"uenty applicants ai sufficient to ob tain a chaitei- f, r a hive und that .lum ber has alreuly bfen secured. Hotel talk lias grown to such propor tions, in the cite that It threatens to dwarf the intciist in the coming elec tion. Closely following the announcement of tho plans fur the new Hotel Hurling ton, operations weip begun Thursday 011 e.vlcnslv additions to the Sherwood house. It is understood that the capacity of tlie house will lie greatly Inci eased by adding to the rear and end of the Cherry stteet wing of the present building. The plans have not yet been fully decided up on so that they cannot tie announced at pi cent. Dr. S. V. Pen Ice, senior veterinarian of tlie t'nlteil States army, who has been stationed at Fart Dthan Allen for the past few year, has received orders from Washington to proret d to Sheridan, Wyo.. to await retirement. This Is the first ease on record of retiring a veterina rian and will establish a precedent, as llicte Is no provision made by Congress for such net Ion. Dr Service is the oldest man In the army ami has seined a longer time than any other, hailng scent over r." years In the service. He will Join his family al Sheridan. In accoidance with an oidrt isuul from WuHhiugtnu to the different postmasters, stamp" iHiuliased at tile postnllUtt ale now handed through the window with tho gum side up. The reason for tin order is that a largo number of people continue to lick the stamps In the hoikI, old-fashioned way and when tbe nie put out with the gum side down, the lnusll.igo comes in contact witli the base of the window, where hundreds of hands real daily. The order was Issueil at Hie in stance of Dr. Wymnn of the health and marine hospital service. The members of the cttv council ami tho bonrd for abatement of taxis met last evening and transacted a lit tit business. Forty-nine names were ad. lid to the check .in and eight nam", we,-.; stricken off, making a total addition of 41 names Tho list of 'JuD names presented by Con stable 1-lorence for abatement wns pass ed upon and, with but few exceptions, the taes of the persons wNm names worn on the list were abated The city council and board of abatinient of taxes adjoin ned to Friday evening, when the board of aldermen will meet i.lsu, rioldle Sun Morse McCloud, the woman who wan ai rested on Wednesday after noon by tho sheriff'.! dep.-rtment on a writ charging her with adultery and who was wanted also In Montpelter by Sher iff F. H Tiacy for bie.iklng pinbjtion, was taken Thursday to the Iloue of Correction at nutUnd by Sheriff Tracy, to serve a sentence for raising a bank check and signing a prnon's nam to It In Wahlngton county. On thin churgt her sentence wan suspended and ihe was placed on probation. Durimi the laat six months, however, she neglected to repoit, therefore violating her probation. Fevoral men charged with Intoxica tion were u 11 singed In city court on Saturday, Bean Datour pleaded not L'ulltv and his case wan continued to Montiny morning. Jane Croto pleaded guilty and was fined S3 and cost, with tlm alternative sentence of 10 days In Jail. Phe will serve the ten tias. Peter Mercier pleaded guilty to a re. eiuiil offense and was sentenced to I") days in Jail. diaries McLaughlin of .Swanton, who found tlm local saloons too great h temptation, pleaded guilty to a first nffenso and was fined $n and costs of $9,23. Ho will serve ten days In jail. At a meeting Vermont Coirmandery, Military Order of ttm Uiyal Degion, held in Ktnunard Memorial hall Wednesday evening, two applications for memlieiahlp were received, Cnplnln John Howard of tlie l!Uh United Slates Infantry vind Dr, George M. Saliln of this rlly were ad mit toil to membership III the lirst class by Inheritance. Dim other new member wan received by tr.ir.Hfnr from tlio New York commandery, Ueiit. Kdn-nrd U Fox ier. Dr. Claud I. Wheeler wan granted ti transfer to the Now Votk command cry. Reminiscences of war experiences and meeting! with Corifedoiale officer filnce the war wnro Jtlven l-y J. II. liould- ine and J. I.. H.irstuK. nil.Vr.lt. l'F.. AT PMtCH I'HKSS, GOAL GAS FILLED HOUSE Family of John Bachand Had Narrow Escape from Death. Stovepipe Which ltan through lied It mini necnine Dls.lnluleil 11 ml .Mrs. Ilnchnml Itenclietl Front Poor mid .Mr irltli llllllciilty. The family of John Hachnnd, who llvei nt South Wlnooskl avenue, narrowly escaped death by asphyxiation Irotu coil gas. yesterday morning. Mrs, lia.'bntid mid tho thiee small children h id, how ever, recovered last ivenlng and with the exception of the mother, who Is still In a weakened condition, were suffering no III effects. nachand, who la employ d by the cltv, arose at f.:30, the usual ho.ir, r.hook b 'ii tue Are and went to his work, having the drafts In the stove open. Tho stove pipe which runs through one of tho bed rooms became disjointed, probably by tho slink ing of the stove, and after Itichand left the gas. poured Into the bed rooms, the window-! of which were tightly closed. Mm. Tlachand awoke about 7:M and was lit first unable to move but the smell of ga told her the trouble and finally, bv a heroic effort, she crawled down stairs to the street door, which she opened, allow ing tho fresh air to enter Wtih her re maining strength she went back for the timnlleit child, who Is four jears old, "lid aroused the others, six and nine 'oars of age, who managed to crawl and loll down stairs. The youngest was then black in the face and wan thought to be dead. An emplo.io of the Cur!ln,vton Dichi 'i Power company, who wiui p.i-slng, hoard Mrs. Unotmnd's call for aid and he o'Mckly summoned Dr. F. K .lif ltson . 'o was on the scene In 0 few minutes. h restored all to eo:ic!on jiicss after several hours' work. Tho children worn qub kly revived but Mrs. Hacliand, who was suffering from nn attn-k of the crip, I .d not entirely reeovend lnt evening, although she Is not considered to bo in itiy danger. 78 OASES ON" DOCKET. Cnlriiilfirn for March Term of Count Court Completed Vot-tenl!' . Tho juiy and court calendar! for the March term of Chittenden county court. Which cnnienn! March S, we-e completed yesterday by County Clerk Unsoll. Th" Indications are that there will be much business during the term, rot thero are 40 Jury cas?s set for trial, and 33 rout I eases. Following I" a list or the casus nmikerl for trial by Jur , and the d.iys of their assignment. TUESDAY. FIRST DAY. Central Vermont Railway Co., v. Francis Doon and Anna K. Doon, apu Appeal from commlsslnnors. Isaac I". Sliaton, atlnir. vs. Cham. Trans. Co., case. liuel Thomas and wife, vs. It. O. Stiong and wife, case. John 3. AVIlklns, mlmr. vs. W. Hrock nnd I.. K. ltoselle, case. l-eonanl A. Johnson vs. J. I'. M.idlgun, case. Uuel and Mlna Thomas vs. R. O. Strong ct. al. tlrand Dodge of Veimont, F. ft A. M., 1,. S. Tlllotson, vs. City of ninllugton, assumpsit. Thomas O'Neil vs. .Io-cpli Uosenhorg, apt., assunip'.lt. WilDNKSDAY. SKCOND DA V. Aithur I.npolnt, vs. F. It. Calkins, as sumpsit. .lo-it jib I.amler v. J. II. Allen, replevin. Hue! Thomas and wife vs. P.. O. Strong, cjeetnii lit. Fred liusbey vs. Annie Auclalr, ot. al., 1 eplevin. A. D. Dougln vs. Rogcna A. Reed, as sumpsit. John Schillliamnif r vs. Fanny S. Ckrl. ins, assumpsit. Charles l.evln vs. Isaae Jl. Hayes, as sumpsit. Solon and Hattle Robinson vs. W. D. Ring, case. TKFRSDAr, THIRD DAY. R. K. Clarkson vs. tho Central Ver mont Railway companv, apt., special assumpsit. Daniel Mansor vs. Michael McKen zlo, breach of contract. Mary O'Snlllvan vs. .1. D. Yandow, case. I'eter Tolland vs. W. I. Rln.r, re plevin. Emily Minor v.!. (Max C;intonc. case. Aithur M. Gladstone vs. the Unston & Maine Railroad company, ct-. Robert .1. Redmond vs. P. A, U Raker, trespass. lleorgc Pratt Jt Co, vs. the Rmr'burg Falls graded school, nsHiiniisi. FRIDAY. FOCTtTJl DAY. City ot llurllngton vs. P.aldwin Ro. frlgotator company, ejectment. David Forryth vs. Pinter O. Stone and trustee, assumpsit Strong Hardware company vs. George S. Washer, apt., case. I.jdla M. Younger vis. Harrison A. Cooke, trespass. Ullen Iclair vo. Anna P Roynton, case. John Roakos v. Charles H Ward well, trespass. I. B. Whlteomb vs. the Hurllngton Traction company, negligence. Addle Covey vs. Marshall Rogers ot al., assumpsit. .SATURDAY, FIFTH DAY. Daniel Preston vs. W. U While. A. R. Yalitlow John Shnrploy, assumpsit. F. I,. Andrews v. H. I,. Palmer, as sumpsit, G. M. Delaney, mil., mi, .,, j, Coin sloek, assumpsit. Ira Rlvliy. t.iv eolkitor, Kssex. Vt VS. I.. II. Itnseoe, ;ipt. fperlnl ilHSIltlip- sit J. II. Douglass, lax enllecior, Fnfo'; Jtllietliin, t., vs. D. H. Rosctie, apt., special Hssumpsit, J. H. Douglass, tax collector, Kssox Junction, vs. I,, if. I'.oscoc, apt. special assumpsit. Albert W. Itelka and wife. vs. Mar tin F. Allan, case. UNITED STATES COURT. One ('use .enrlng un F.ml, 1111tlu-r Cimtlmieit 11 11 it a Third Nettled, III the I'nitod St. ilea com Is vester lay the case of Abiaham Cohen .a. Ji.'iu T Black occupied all of the ilny. Many wit nesses weie examined ami at 4:M o'clock the Jury irai excused for the dav. The case will be continued at nine o'clock tills morning und will pi nimbly in) 11 1 1 lheil beforo the dav ends. The motion made 011 Tuesday ntlei noon be .1 1. Sniifti.l aiiornnv for tne de ivndsnt, that a verdict be tllreiled lur his clleni. ns it had not been claimed that 11 liii i im In. a clnlmi'il ,y o,,, ,nM. I Iff, had not been ohtcrcii n,h WllJI ,)Vr,. inled bv .Indue Mnrlln. Tho case was ilescrllii'il In ctettlav'H Fn. M,. The case f.r C. M. Tire & , VH. ,1, jj lleeinan ti Son bin been eontlnncd to April U "boil tho I'lm.il States chihk will lie In Id In tinrllngion. The case or i'.h.i A. l!nrnoy,Vlmil,htrat!l of tint es tntn of Wllllnm CI, Harney, vs. the junk er o,it company, has been entered dis continued hi accordance with n stipula tion filed by the lillotnoys. Those were tho onlv two 'oilier cases rot for trial for this term. The yiatul Juty will be In session prob ably for two or three more d.'s. A huge number of witnesses are In nttendanci' ntid It Is evident tint much busliiesa Is being considered. JURY FCUND ONE BILL. "enleacr In I'.dniird tlrro's Case Sus pended ilcrlnct fiooil I',.lini lor. The l'nlt"d Stntes grnml jury, now In session In this cltv, reported to the court shotilv beforo noon yortedray Hint they had found one tru bill. The Indictment Is against two parties now under ntiest. but their names were not ghen out. 11 Is or.poctcd that they will bu ptod'jced before the court to-day. IMwnrd Gero, tho young man who pleaded gulltv on Tuestlay to writing threatcnln,! letters to tho officials of the Rutland rallro.vl, tlmsehy vlolat Ine the Fulled States postal laws, wan taken Into court yesterday morning. Judge Mat tin announced tli.it his sen tence would bo suspended tinting bis r.ooil beh'ivlor. Gero was then re leased. About two years Gero sent a letter to tbe Rutland railroad olllelnls, telllnjr them to leave a sum of money at a eeitaln place, ami tin oatenlng to wteek a train If tlie teitiest wis not compiled with, (iero has Just fin ished ft" Ins: a term at tbe Stalo' "' ton at Windsor, tbe sentence beinu lninoed 1 ' tlie State courts for tie tame charge. His bebnvioi' in prison, however, was that tbn govern ment olllil.'tls fell intllti.d tc clvit lilm .mother chance In life. ITALIANS IK JAIL. Four Men Whti Were In a Wliionskl Hon tlclil for Trial, Domlnli'k Frances nnd John Ida. the Iwo Italians charged with shniitlrn." Joseph Dorizo and Dominie I', tltartarl, two other Italians, on the owning of February I:; In Win kt. were ritralgnod hefort M.niii'lpal .lndet Conlln of Wlnoo skl yesteiilay .tntl bttnnil ocei to Chitten den 1 utility eotnt. bail of ii.ant) holng fiX'tl hi tacli ease. Dt rlro and Startnrl weri hountl over to county court aNo. nnil In Doilyo's case being flxeil at M,fi and In .Sl.U'tarl's case et J.'.iJtu. None ct' the nttli will b" utile to furnish the ro iUi.ed amounls and all are now in Jail. The four men started u wild west show In Wlnooskl on the night stated, the fight resulting with Staitnii being shot In the light huast. near the heart und Derizo being shot In the light shoultlei, under tlie aim. Derizo later itnlentitied Fran I'es and hi. 1 as tbe men who did the shooting TI e ilei.ills of tlie fight are un known, for. like all Italians, the men have ktpt eliiM' mouths throughout. The .'f i.li.11 thing of the whole nf fuli is that the two men who weio shot ap pear little the worse (or their lead bath. 'They weio taken to the b'ospitnl Ihe fol lowing Monday, hut were dischaiged the next dav. The nien have i;nenl appe tiles and liuilets seems to HnVe as much effect on ihciu as i"e cieam does on children. PEDDLEX'S NARUOW ESCAPE Idler lteiHnltir nies l.i ;le-s Mun itutl Dtta-. Who iloeT't remeTiil 1 r tiie t,.ri,. , I 1 1- with t ie tloes a1 d be ilril.v lll.,e t 1 IT Who broke the 0.1:1!' o tnittl'..' r. 1 urtl on (,'enf nnlal Ilt'hl one day last fall? Just hi fnii .1 football game, wliei. tin1 h'-enchers and the grr.ndstnnd weie filltd with spectifoi's, when Ihe hand was ,ilnlug and the bai'mi's w"re waving. Mr. Peildler drove on to the track tin ". filled the it 1 r with cinders as he whUzcd around the Held. Hut, silns, the wheel of fortune turns and tally fall N not tlm middle of winter. The same peddler, having changed his .iitle wagon for a slcdgp, has been driving about among th" lumber camp. or the Ad1roi.i,,icks this whiter, '"me day last week ho staitt d rrom l!ucV ley's camp, In t' o teeth of a raging blizzard and iiKalnst the ndvleo of the lumber men, for Reed's, throe miles distant. The sledging was haul, tbe tins pla.sed out ami o.ily half the dls'anei' was coveicl when tlie whole outfit 1 "i nine stalled. The colli was pi-nett ntlng to ihe'r vltibi. lint the peJdler wtm e reo..r el'ul man Fiom hl-t supply of shoe s'rlugs, cod liver oil and nu'tneg giiiiers h- took a bottle of lightning liver renovator. Half he gave to the suffering do'-ts and half ii- ilr.ink lilm.'flf? Thiee hours late thiy weto found I y a parsing team, com foilably luirroimded by drift", nnd, thanks to the renovator, none the worse for the adicutuie. UNIVERSITY NOTES. Henry II. Dome. Jr., of Wnlertown. N. Y. was Fildav elected manager of the IHI'I foutlull seiFoii, untl .l..m 1 R. Ht"ok of Monlpetler, wan eleclnt assist ett mniiiuti'. A. P. Reach of Vcrgeniics, was elected nssl-tant in.tnat,er of base ball. The elections wei'o carried on nc 101. ling to Ine new system of balloting. Tho ballots wiie lOiiiiii'd and tbe result; an, .iiuicid In lb- rhapol nt 'our o'clock. Tho unnu.il miphomtue lu.p was lu Id in tho gyninnrliim Friday cMiilng. Tlie hop was attended by about W ciiiiplov The ri coptlon commit leu couslsteil or Major und Mrs. Tutu. Pi of. and Mrs. Myrlck and 1.. J .Abbott. 'I:!. HartonV oiehestra luinlshed music for dancing. Tin- gymnasium was tastefully tin or ated, with thu east end set npatl for tho,-.o sitting out ilaui e.-. General base bull pumice 1mj..im ' telday III the ctige. Ititween J', and il 1 men were out, nnd more ai" t Me t ted to be nut from now on. 'Ihe pi.iolice yesterday consisted of baiting and throwing straight balls, liny Collins coached Ihe pitchers, and has offered his services from now on until he g"1'-' .South. Tho ciiho win divided Into two alleys for tho baiting. The Norlhllel 1 and llertntin student" of the 1111K ei'Klts mot Tuisibiv for Ihe pur- j pose of 1 iflllil' big 1 I lei i-ion-N'"! tlilbld club. The following ulllcers wcte elect oil. Pres.iieiit, Dnwrene-, niedlc. vice prerldont, Mlr Dana, '11; seeie. try an ! tirasuiir, Uristol, 'l;'. M". Shun' will meet I1I1 .la- l.i .0111 tnerclul ,iw ae usual till-' uinrii" i-7T HiiAittt: cttt tiJis, f'ri t-'i'v ttii.ns pain in 1 lies 1 nr.li nun lu.is- are sjmp toil's that tjulckly deielnti Into a danger ous illniiH! If tho colli Is not cued. Foley's Honey anil Ten slops the cough, Ileitis and enscs this congested p.utu ami bill h- t"h k iriu r j 1 . s , . ,11 .1 1 I ."1 ll HI lis I SOLDIER TO BE HUNG Private Charles O'Neal Found Guilty of Murder. Killed Mis .Minnie Shlirbeno of Hanoi .luiictloii nt Fort I.eHwnvnirtli, lnu., Last July, while f.'raxnl villi .leiiloit!.v. Private Charles O'Neal, a oldlor I the 1 tt 1j cavalry, formoily ste tinned Fnit Ihhan Allen and bite of V or I.eavon woi th, Fans., has bren sen tenecid to dentil by hanselnR for 11 . mut'dor of Mlsa Minnie Shnrbenn of Fsse;: Junction. The trial wits before the Vnltert States court tttnl sentence was 711'oni'ltneed by Judge J. C. I'ol lorls. The date 01' the oei ntleti hn 1 been set for March t and the place in 1 the Leavenworth county Jail. Although j an nffort on th" part of Kansas citizens I in get the sentence chrnged to life Ini-pi'l-niriient has boon made, It not thouaht that It will 1st successful and the execu tion v. Ill probably take place. Th murder took place In Kent Donvon voith, Kniis., last July, Miorlty nfler the U.lh calvary had boon sent there fro-i hero. n"Nleal was all nlisted man and JIKs Sluirlienn arpoinpnt.led one of the offlcei's' families t.fi a maid The so'dlr was tleeply Infatnateil with the girl, who tiki not reiipiocalo his affection!, and her leceptlon nf tho attention.! of others t razed him with Jealousy. He repeatedly threatened to take her life snd at let, ipon the ndvleo of her emplo; er sb" aske.1 that the man be inken care of An officer with detelt cf men was nr. r "I'vllngly dlspatehed al oneo for l lm nnd '. rntc-il him near tlie alil's hoine. As Soon is- O'Neal was placed under arrest, he told tho orflrer that he vould go with out tuiy trouble but. cat'dibig slglit of tlie girl, he dicw a revolver aid Hied point blank under the officer's arm tiie bullet lotlRlllg 111 her breast. She died al most Instantly. Il"r body was sent to F.ssox Junction for burial, as the w.i survived by a mother and otl.cr role III es who tesldo there now. The trial and sentence have awakened much Interest throughout Kansas, as them have been no execution tl.tro for moie than W years and public sentiment Is strongly against capital punis' ni"nt There was 110 altermi'I'.o for the eleci-ion of Judge Pollock, bowel if, as tlie man was found guilty 01' minder In tl o lirst degree anil Ihe only punishment for tha' olterse tinder the fedeial ode i-t death A strong movement U 011 foot to ob tain clemency for tlie sultliei hut It is not believed that It will meet with suc cess. Liberally sisued pel it ions to lie picsentetl to the Pi evident 110 in pp 0'ira tion but it lias already been Intimated li'om Washington that unless new evi dence can be Introduced taislng new' doubts n"1 to t I'Neat's guilt, tlie sotuene.. will not bo commuted 10 life itnpi Ison tnc nt as was Imped for. There is no such evidence foi thcomlng as all of Hie evidence was presented ho foio the Jury at the trial anil the ptlson tr pleaded guilty, attributing the act to 1 on lousy. RED CROSS RESULTS. tteport of II. Ilimnrd to National TrnoMircr. II. S. Howard, treasurer of tlie Ver mont ltcd I'ross, has reported to the na tional treasurer of the American Keil t'ros.i that tho total lecelpts fiom tlm rain of Christmas stamps md postals for the h"".i liolidav se'ison w.is. in 'er ii out, ?;;f; illvlded between :tt. ii,:i stinni s jold and T.'ii postal cards. The tost o' the salo was '.7..;t, und in per cent, of tl .:ross rt't'eipts has been sent to the tn us ury or tb American National Heel ( 'p'--it Washington. 1. ('.. (W. This ai p. cent, from all the Stales eov -rs the cost of ihe stamps, dlstiilnitinn, and any bal. ance Is for the wolk if the National Itetl Cross. Tlie net balance cieditiil to the fund of the Statu chapter for thu lellif of needy patient nt the Veimont sana torium, as a lesiill of the stump sale, is Ilelbf irom tills fund has nlrtad been extended to patl Jilts from HeUt.w-, Falls ami liuilingtou and a donation has been made, it) tl e summer camp for tubercu lo..is patients at III attleboro. The sale In IM was somewhat larger than In l!t. when tho net liahtnee to the ,orl; In tin- .stale was J.Tfi. Mr. Howard, who acttd ii" Slate agent foi the Aiuc-rloiin Itej t'rosn, placed the Cbrictmas -lamps or. sale In IS towns In Vermont, and among tin larger place Mm following Ibt givts the, order accord ing to the amount of tbe leiurns from inch: llurllngton, V.t.ii'i, itiattlehnro, i'.'.'i; Woodstoelt, $1.''. 8 rlnglli Itl, ZiM, f-'t. Albans Itell.iws Falls, J.' .7f, Uutland. $H!.T'.): Muntpclbr, iW.37; l'roclor. iViid: '.indolph. fMCl; Deibs Line. Jia."-": St. Jolinsbury, fl"tC; Men. Chester. IXIZ, t'asileton, J7.:t; Mlddbi bury, Jfi. IS; West lltttlaitil. Jim".; Harie, r. I laidlnw, K.7I. The balance of ihe smalb r towns ro ported less amounta ftotu tho Cbti.-unaa rale. Thero wcro also on sale ClirUtm.is r'r.mps put out by the Fedeiatloti of 'omen's clubs in Vermont. Though of a dlfurent dedgn from tho l'ed Ctos, the were also sold for tho benefit of lu Iciculo.tls work. The Veimont chapter of the Hod Ch'oss has Jest rei elved a donation ot Jo fr.e'i A""ntnev rli'inter of tlie Il.iiighte rs of th, 11' "Ici'U Hc.olnll't", 'i 'll"ll to !., il... in' d to tie lied Cioss inlicreul tsl-. woi ll, ,1-is Sit ite. WAS BLOOM ARRESTED? MiiicmnkiT 'nf He Was. iihlle I'ollce IIIMU lit uicfc II. The hearing of Otllcer Levi Vincent, ohm-god by Abraham lllooni with milk ing all arrest without authority wa taken up again last owning before tin.' pnllon commissioners'. Thiee witness ft, .1. J, Flynn, .1. U Sonthwick end Frnnlt Hlow worn heard, but no de cision on tho case was re;achcd. The alleged misdemeanor occurred on Januarv 'Jl, when Frank Itlow vln Itod Mr. Hloom's store to got a pair of hIiooh which had been lett there to lie repaired. It nppeari that the shoes bad boon loft at the store liefoto Mr. liloom becanin proprietor, and Mr. lllooni claimed that If, cents was due. An argument ensued and Mr. lllow summoned Olllcor Vincent to settle Co ilUpute. Mr. lllooni claims that Otll cer Vincent placed bm under arrest, while Olllcor Vincent states that he inei'ely walked with IllcVom to tho po ll Htalloii, whoio ho expected tho i limbic could bo adjusted. Mr. Flynn ami Mr. Soutbwlik were not Important witnesses. Thoy mcie ly saw Otllcer Vincent and Mr. Hloom wKikliiif down Chinch stteet together nod supposed t,,,lt Worn wall.lt'K aiwli I t'l'll ll'IS U "Ullj do. I'HOMl'T ATfKNTlOA fJIVr.N TO A Mi MAtli ANI 'PHONR IIItlH'.li; Feb. 24th 1910 The fihi JSce Him The Vofiular Store Phone 53 rrltnlc fCxelin nae Connecting All l)ept. 'the Elite ' OLOVE rlTTINO lfMtUTtriT .1 -.....- U PATr.dTr.ti Jam 19 9(H will hang smooth, vathout naRgrng at any pomt. No binding a1 the bips, just a smooth, snug fitting top that gives tho waist lino the proper con tour. Elito Petticoats are made of every wanted material Sateen, Heatherbloom, Near Silk and Taffeta Silk over thirty pretty new spring models on display this morn ing in our ready-to-wear sec tion second floor. Elite cost no more- than other kinds and if you de sire the limit of satisfaction in Petticoat buying, we earn- iKjestiy requct that you try X tho "Elito.' &sns mesa Sf.i nn i u t cn 108 and up to 7,98 Warner's Rustproof Corsets New Spring Models ff' m M r v Kwt-ncf fled to help you to select the right model ' fnr vnii - - j Warner Prices $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, OBsTlMRY I.t'tirue 1'. Mojo. Cenrge C Main of ,"s Orclianl terrace 11. I at !.U home Iciween four and live o'clock Monday nioinin. Mr. Mnyo I.. i I been cxperleni lug some tnulile with his lienit for two or three weeks past hut w as. to all appeal .nice.-', as well as usual Sunday en nine. About four o'clock Monday liuunlng ho became suddenly 111 ami died In less limn an hour Mr. Mnyo wn tU yenis old, having been born In tins city January 7, lie wns the son of Capt. Henry Mayo, a prominent Vermonicr and for many years cuplalu of various steamer i on I-ik" Champlnin. For about 3) yar Mr. Mavo was toreinan of Hi" bo shop a. th" J. H. I'.ootli liui'.ber piant. llo wrfr, a former l'ftcman of Ihe oal Volunteer I!o' i o;n p my and a monitor of i li- Ilth.ui Allen club.' Ml. Mayo wan nlo a luember of nil tho Masonb' iiod'.es. Including Hui Ihu.ion l."0.se. No. '. F. - A. M , Fur i.nriou Chapti r. .V. .", It, A. .M . Fair hnst-on Council. No. '. H. S: S, M., Hur iinetou Couminndoti , No. U, K. i'., Ver mont CoiiUiory, S. '. U. H . and Mount in i i Temple, A. A. . N. M. .-'. For manv yeats '.he deceases! tool: ah active interest In political affairs, Ho wn- a man of u nculai disposition and uptlp.ht i minuter, bclj.'cd and respected by his in. in", ft a inn . ot a fanu i f nine children Mr. Mayo U the lint to die. lb; ia survived by wife, four brother!, Charles Mayo ot Huboltc, .Mus., C.ipt. Henry T. Mayo, 1' H. N . '.....i Mivn of ,ler-. .' t'llv, N. J. (i ml iCdwaitl Majo t :' i'liUadelphut. and four sislers. AIij. Heniy Chiue, M. ll. C. Ttununt, M.ts Susie Mayo anil MImi l-oi.lle Mayo, all or llolvuke, Mas-. Tho funeral was held from hl-i into lionui V cdnesday nf tot noon al two o'cloil; under Masonic Hiivpli'ih. llcrilllrtl y. l'olf,l. Iloinerd Stephen Foley, sged 10. tiled .Sunday moinlng at l:r" o'c'ock after un Illness of onlv Hire..' Ji. Mill. piiotlniohl i 'I ho fuuerul i..r I hold Tuesday morning at nhie n't lock i from St. Mary's Cathedral, "wt.lt ln.r I lal in SI. Joseph's cemetery 'Mr. Foley, since the ileal h of his ! father four years ago, hail been In the hacking busliies- with his brother ami his never falling' Industry and chocr rulness won for lilm a large number of patrons, who will mourn his loss, llo Is survived by his mother. Mrs. Margaret Foley, lour hrotheri and two sisters, all or whom re.-lue here. They are tbn Misses liene npd Alice nnd I'M war 1, Waller, Robert and Francis. Mr Foley was a member of the Order of Owls. I ;.f ii.H'il tl. sieient. F.dward M. Steiotn of W Huell strict ibetl ihottlj after two o'clock iuterility aficini'ot: st his home, after nn Illness extending over a pound of About ttvn ears Mr. SMexein w .is born In Itlclmioud Hepteiniit'r 13. IWI. Hinl had Hied In Ittir lli.gion foe Hie pr.n IV vikm lie hail been 'i... i',i a: f .1 ie V. sllii" m The Different Kind of Petticoat The ELITE 111 selling- tho "Elite" Petticoat we have built up an immense Petticoat, business, be cauHo the Elite fjlovc-fltting, adjustable top Potticoats are bettor than any other. They help the Corset in the fashionable figure shaping, for there arc no bundling shir strings. Tho waist band is absolutely self ad justing, simply hook the band around the waist to the proper tightness and the skirt Fashionable figures are not made by chance nor by the gown but only by careful corsetting. Style means a lot to a woman. Now and then a woman may sniff, but if stud ied one can see a failing in a style direc tion. The effect of the most beautiful gown may be entirely spoiled if the base, the Corset, is not right. Don't make the mistake of fitting the new gown over the old Corset. Warner Rust-Proof Corsets possess every detail in designing and making necessaiy to building this new figure base. WARNER Corsets are sold exclu sively here. Our saleswomen are quali- $2.50, $3.00, & $3.50 l,iiK itj i "i nape slice its otganlzation i Mi. Steeit is survived bv a wlfa, otm j son. Htirri rU'it'is. one btotlier. Albeit 1 Kick lis of Hn hmond anil one sister, Mr F. V, Guptll of Watctbiii v. The funeral will be ht Id Fndav at'tertioor. at tw i o'clot k from the house Tho am 'v rc rriucsls that no t lowers be .- : t 3lrs. l.ctils llnen. Kllzabeth lionlo Hnr. n. w fe of Dr, I.ewls llnzen of Fine sue, t dliil i o'clock Sunday ei'ti noon "f eat's failure, after a brief lllnei- M'S Haxe i was born In Hlghgate, Man h Di! lsi.n Si 6 leaves a husband, tlirce da tg iters M O. K. Chllson, Mrj. F. Otlns and M -I:. H .Towel!, all of this ciij. ore s te Mrs. A. 1'. Wuhiion of Itei r.ston ai d four brothers, 12. I,. Bordo of St. A'ti' s i". Ii. Hordo of Wilkinsboro. V. A- 15. 1 Hordo of fbittlu Crek, Mien., nnd u. f I Hoi do of Spencer. Mr.s.. 'i!h funn .il wn held ''.in her late hmiii Wt-ilnesd.iy m r.t ei'eu o'clock. i llls Olivine Rrltiu. i Mi- olivine H.ie.on nf I aaso ftrt idled e'rjj f' r.div ni'tici'i; a the l j-oll of .-. f id Is -t Thi 'day. M:-J H!!son : had boiti tro'.ib'.td '.vlui pira'esls fir morn thin a year nnl did nut ban fud , ent.ind of her limbs. Thu-f-tla y m fell I ihe letigtli o? 3. flight of .-"a ''5, buskin her collar bone and f ulfi lii oHier In- Juries trotn wl.leh sin tl.d P"t reenvt-. ! Tho doctat.d was 73 yeais old and h4 llv.d in this city for many years. 8h I was born In Malcne, N'. y. Tlie funera.' ' ws heli! T't--'"S morning t'-oni fct. J .'soak's Ohitr'.'b. 'V F. Ilcirrinnu. " F. liuwman. formerly uiinr.cei of tbe Van Ness House hero nnd wlel. Iy known in ibis seetb n, died veri suddenly at tho liaptlst hospital li Hostott Fehrutry 17th In h' 75lh ycur Mr llowuii.li h for a number o: jeais hn-ii piopriit"f of ilreal. Miiiel," a summit' loltl a' io.il Hole, M.i's The bodv was I t'"'i nl ' i tills iN !.Vo".tliv for bm-al In 1 c'-o ni'a coin I i-t.-. BUST OP ETHAN ALLEN. Iianclitrls of Hevnliltlon Hope ll I'bier One in Wji.hlngtot:. Twenty fouvenlr postal curds for ever) member of the a chapters of the Itatigh tors of tho American Hevolutlon in Vor inont have been donated by membo. of Ann Hiory Chapter In Rutland. Kacl "! laughter" will be assed to purchnne hci share of tho card.", and tho money thui obtained will be sent to the Htnte tieai nror Mrv, J. ll. lllndes of A'rnennes, tl pay for and place a bust nf (ten. Klhai Allen In Memorial Continental hall In Washington. 1, C, Vermont will then b represenled there with others of her ils tor tttntes Massachusetts, for on, hat given brnnrrt doovs and New Hampshlr hai contributed vn) for a bust of Hen. John Ktark. in w'not namo and fam Vermont has alo an 'ailtjjcsL The Veimont postal cards may be ob latneel In this city of Ihe. socretury, Ml .K'linl A! od, it '.be of. of C,en 1 y I'. k