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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TRIES: THURSDAY, JUNK 1, Tit 10.
13 CEHTL VERMONT IS IT TO BUI Tury Throws Out Suit of Woman for Alleged Damage Sau sage Did. Poughkcopsle, N. T., Juno 10. Pntroni f dining and buffet cars will bo lnti-r-tf.ti-d In a novel suit heard before Kupiome tUwrt .TtiHtleo MuwhnuMT nnd a Jury hero vestrrday. Mrs. May Hulncr, a wealthy New Vorli Woman, asked for J2,0vO dam (ffes from the Central Vermont railway, having been poisoned by ptomaines. Mm lleged. through citing EaiiHU.nu served to her In a buffet lunch on a train from Monticat to Boston on November So, JJ1. After outing sho wrn taken III, and her health has not In en good tdiu-e. Mrs. Iltilner was positive tho sausage made her sick. She tostltlcd It was only partly cool.c-d, had a greenish hue and lastel so peculiar sho ate only a part of what wus heived to her. Tho conductor nnd porter of tho buffet car claimed that the sausage was a hlgh rlass brand which enmo In wax paper. Tho rullroid e-allc-d Dr. John A. Card to how that ptomaine poisoning might have been produced by milk or tnmu other article of food. Raymond Fnlnier, the dealer from whom the lallroad purchased the snu ngo. was called. He Is a merchant of Bt, Albans. lie en Id ho had never be fore heard any complaints against tho ausuge, which was government ln Ipuctcd. Tim cueo was tried for tho plaintiff ty Mrs. William It. Wood, the Now York lawyer, writer and Eutfrugutto. Just loo Morschuuser In his charms maintained that tho patron of tho lull foad's buKot had a right to nssumo sho would bo furnished for consumption provisions which were not unwholo tutiio and Injurious through any neg lect on tho part of the railroad. It must appear, however, that tho rail road knew tho food was unwholesome .nd was negligent In furnishing It. The caso went to the 1urv nt about six o'clock and rhortly after eight o'clock tho Jury brought In a verdict of no cause of notion. PILGRIMAGE TO OWL'S HEAD Shriller All 1 1 lime riaiiiluike cm Sum mit after r.'leld Spurt. Montpeller, Juno 30. The members of Mount Sinai Temple, Nobles of tho Mystic Hhrlno, will go on a pllgrlmngo to Newport Thursday, June 2.1, and will have as their guests the members of a temple from Concord. N. H. Following a parado at Newport Friday morning the patty will go to tho summit of Owl's Head for an afternoon of field sports, and a genuine Hhodo Island clam toko prepared by tho Ho v. J. A. Dixon. SEW KOVAD AUOH CHAHTEK. Hutland, Juno lit. A new Masonlo chapter to bo known us Kureka Chap tor, It- A. M., was instituted In Fair nfaven to-night by the Grand Chapter of Veiniont. flrnnd High Priests K. II. Martin of Middle-bury nnd Grand High f-C-rrtary Jlonry IT. Kosh of Hutland being present. Tho new body has 40 charter members. norai; hi'iined, loss $2,000. Hast I'oultnoy, June 10 Tho houso owned and occupied by Henry McCluro nnd family, was burned to tho ground yesterday afternoon, tho llro starting Trom a defective chimney, A cream try with new machinery located In tho bouse, was destroyed. Tho total loss Is about $2,000. M'MHHll MILLS DLSTUOYKD. Penchnm, Juno 10 Tho entlro saw mill plant of George May was totally lestroyc-d last night by a llro that lasted two hours. Tho cause Is un known. Tho loss will be heavy, as tho mill was working to full capacity, ivlth largo orders ahead. MAX STOXSKD UY LIGHTNING. Mendon, June 10. A bolt of lightning Etruck tho horso barn on the Iteuben Hanger faim yesterday. Hurry Sumner, who was In tho building, was knocked flown nnd rendered motionless and speech less for some time. Several clapboard were torn from the building nnd tho hay United, but tho tiro was extinguished by a bucket brlgiulo. WAGON SMAKHF-li, NOHODV IIIIItT. Hutland, June 10. A wngon containing Frank Daley and his two sisters, Anna Mid Mury, was struck by Dr. Strobell's lutomobllu about ten o'clock last night, mil utter'y demolished. Tho occupants tveie thrown Into tho ditch but escaped rl'h slight bruises. HONORS THRUST ON BEVERLY li in out Wliltf lloii.t- Itcaily for Tnft -Itoinrirll Will He lu Toll, Ton. neve ii. Mam., June 32. Tho summer Ahlto house is swept and dusted and all patnre si:'lli on Woodberry point whero ?r.sldeiu Tnft and hU family UBnln will volt rcl ar.d health dnrliiK tho comltiK Jeated term. Tho suite of offices up town also Is endy for J'llvntu .Secretary Nurtan and isslstant.'-. Tho Tnft family will arrlvo on tho 23rd. Itald Iteverly prop,, are somewhat ex ited also at the prospect of havln Fres th'nt Tafl's Inunedlato predecessor, Col nel Itoosevelt. ninntiK them for a few lays next month as a truest of his son-n-law, CoiiKressinan Nleholus LonHWoith Ivy Poisoning Quickly Cured by washing the affected parts with Glenn's Sulphur Soap It's an excellent remedy also for pimples, blackheads, dan druff, itch and other skin diseases. Sold by druggists. IIJ'-i li.lr aJ WW.k.r Djt, ll.ck .r Itowi.SOc. MOTHERS WHO BAYE DAUGHTERS Find Help inLydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Hudson, Ohio. "If mothers realized tin- good your remedies would do deli cate girls I believe- thero would bo lewcr weais ntiu aii- lnjr women. Irreg ular and painful periods and Mich troubles would bo relieved at once In many cases. Lydia K. I'lnkhara's Vege table Compound Is flno for ailing girls and run-down wo men. Their delicate nrrrnnq need u tmm and the C'jmuound gives new ambition and life from the hrstdosc." Mrs. Ur.oitGKflTHiCKLEH, Hudson, Ohio, li. Xo. o, .Hox 32. Ilundreils "f such letters from mothers expn using their gratitude for what Luii.i K. l'inkham's Vegeta ble Comr.oiiii'l has accomplished for them have be n received by the Lydia E. l'inkham M dicino Company, Lynn, Mass, Yoiuif? fiirls, Ifoctl This. (lirls who an1 troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, head ache, drnggii:g-d wn sensations, faint ing spells or ii digestion, thould Uikc ininu'tMate aelioit to ward oif tho seri ous consefi'iences and be restored to health by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vege table Compound. Thousands have been restored to health by its use. If you would like special nl vice nljoutyour ease write n confiden tial rotter to Mrs. Plnkhani. nt I.ynn, Mass. Her advice is jTree, and always helpful. of Ohio, who has a summer cottage, near the Tuft estate. Colonel Hnof evelt's chief activities while In Mas-sachilf etts nro ex pected to be expended In tho vicinity of Hostcm, as ho will bo the Riiest of .Senator I.odi;o at Nahnnt after the llnvard com nieneenifiit, and will speak befoie the Na tional Education nroclntlnn In IJostou on July S. The amusements of tho Tnft family this year will follow closely those of hist year. The Piesldeiit will plnv Kolf. there will lie mnny society functions for Hobert Tnft ami Miss Helen Tuft nnd Charley Tal't will ko In for yachting. FARM BUILDINGS BURNED. limine .nrd Only by llnnl Work on I'art of Xeliclihoi".. Pr.llsburv, June 12. Tho shop, ice house, corn barn and pl pen on the W. V. linnip place were burned to the ground yesterday morning. Mrs. li.imp was awakemd nt two o'clock by tho glaio of the fire. Neighbors weie nummoned nnd a leturnlnt: dance party turned In to help fight the flames. Hy hard work tho house was raved, al though It was badly charred on tho side toward tho burning buildings, nnd trees about It wero burned to a crisp. An ex plosion ivns narrowly averted, when a Jlve-gallon can of gasoline was rescued from the back veranda just beforu It reached the danger point. c.i.Aii to itneo.Miin.xn tiiiim Mr. E. Weakley, Kokomo, Ind., s.ivs: "A fur taking Foley Kidney Pills, the se vere backache left me, my kidneys le caine stronger, the secretions nafi-al ami my bladder no longer pained m 1 air. glnd to lecommend I'olty K .limy Pills." In a yellow package. J. W. O'rtilll van, 21 Church street. Dean's llhcnnililic for Hheu-'ia- tlsm and Neuralgia. Lntlroly vege table. .Safe. BATTLESHIP THAT United States Will Build It at the Government Navy Yard at Brooklyn. Washington, Juno 12, Secretary Meyer in tho near future will send to the Hrook Ijn navy yard an order for tho construc tion at that plant of the largest 1 attle sblp lu tho world. It will be a 27,i"0-tnn leviathan nnd authority for Its construc tion will bo formally Issued as soon as President Tnft signs the naval appro rlutlon bill. Tho adoption of tho Depcw amendment In the Houso after a hot fight Insures the building of one of the two dread noughts at the Hrooklyn yard. The Item as agreed to merely says that ono of the two shlp'i shall be constructed at a nuvy yard. The Hrooklyn plant U the only ono equipped for a work of thh magnitude. Congressman Calder ami John .1. l'ltz gerald called at the department yesterday to clinch tho matter and wero notified that as scon ns the President affixed his signature to the mcasuie tho necessary authority for beginning tbn work Mil go ahead. Tho new battleship will be bigger in every way than tho Floilda, which was launched recently at tho Hrooklyn yard, nnd which at that ttmo m tho largest fighting ctnft afloat In point of tonnago. Sho will have a tonungo of at least 27,OM, a length of ten feot, or CO feet moru than tho Florida, and seven feet moru of beam. Her battery will consist of ten 11-lnch giina mounted In five tnrrotn. She will be a larger, faster and inoio powerful fighter lu ftvery wuy than thu Florida, Calder find Fitzgerald asked Acting Sec retary Wlnthrop how soon actual work on tho new vessel could begin. Mr. Wlnthrop sent for tnlef Constructor Cnpps and It then doveloped that somo of tho prelim inary work will bci commenced at ouco. Tho laying of tho keel and the moro seri ous part of the undet taking will not occur until tho fall. The authoi Izatlon comes In the- nick of llmo for It will Iiimiio continued and steady employment for the huge skilled force that Mmiw engaged cm tho Flor ida. There will bo no furloughs or other Interruption In tho employment of these men. W LEAD WORLD TRAIN ROBBED BY A SWL BANDIT Passengers Driven into Private Cor and Made to Pile Valu ables on Floor. Rl Paso, Tex., June 10. A lono hlgh waymnn hold up an HI Paso & Houth nrti train easthnund last midnight. The train was stopped ono tnllo east of Hobsnrt, nenr Cnrrlzozo, and ono Pullman car was gono through and overy pansenger robbed. Tho bandit then loft tho train nnd headed for tho mountnlni. The Pullman passengem arc without money nnd tho conductor has wired to tho superintendent in Kansas City for Instructlonn to be sent him nt Hal hart. Tho highwayman forced tho pns.engern Into Hunt, cj, p. llawks's private car, which was attached to tho train where ho mado them all. Includ ing tho superintendent, deliver their vrlunbles unci money, Hough estimates placo tho valuo of the train robbor'n haul at several thousand dollnrn. One mile east of Hobsnrt, New Mexico, near Corrlzor.o, tho robber, who had boarded the train nt Corrlzozo. covered the Pullman conductor and brakemnn with his gun, compelled them to stop tho train. Driving tho men beforn him, ho en tered thn sleeping car, awakening tho occupnnts with n gruff command to gather their valuables together and proceed to the private car of Supt. CI. !'. Hawks In tho rear. One by one the half diesed passp-rsers were covered by tho robber's gun as thoy clambered from their bciths. Taking hU tlmn and exhibiting remarkable- coolness the bandit carefully took an Inventory of what each bore In his upllftnd hands. The Job was thorough, not a passenger escap ing nnd not ono being able to keep any thing of value. When nil the berths -were emptied, the bandit drove his victims Into ;he prlvato car, wher" nil, Including Superintendent Hawks, were told to place their property In a pile on tho floor. Still covering the crowd with his gun, the bandit swept tho plunder into a sack and backed cut of tho car. As he departed he shot out the rear lights on the train, firing four times. Hastily oiganlzed purses are in pursuit of the robber In the hope of intercepting him before ho can cross tho dessert to tho mountains toward which ho is bended. The p.isfengers who have been left des titute for the time being nro being cared for by the inilroud company. CASH TAKHN ONLY MOft. Santa To. N. M.. Juno 10. A-eeordIng to a special to the New Mexican, tho highwayman who held up the HI Paso it South Western train near Hobsart, N. M., last night got only $T) cash but he got nwny with considerable Jewelry. Tho ter ritorial mounted police nre In pursuit. RUNAWAY BRIDS LIED OF NATURAL CAUSES New Vork, June 12 A coroner's au topsy performed to-day on tho body of Mrs. Margaret Smnllen, who died last Friday in a private sanatorium, showed thut death was duo to general blood poisoning. Induced by natural causes. Mrs. Smollen was the daughter of (!. Howland Leavltt, a millionaire of Hay sldo. L. I. Last January she made a runaway match was Jim Smollen, the "candy kid," who was n chauffeur and valet for "Jim" Corbctt, the prize lighter, before he became chauffeur for In r father. They lived together but a short ttmo before separating. RIVER DRIVER RODE A LOG THROUGH HELL GATE Now York, Juno 12 Hdward A. Chaso, a river driver of Hangar, Mo., rodu a log through tho turbulent wat ers of Hell Gate, in tho East river, to-day ns ho had promised to do last week. Llfo tavers followed him, but ho needed no nsslstnnco. At ono point Chase was forced to Jump from tho log into a dredge, Just as the log plunged under It. lie sprang on tho log again when It re appeared and finished the Journey without mishap, although the pole he carried was broken. AVIATOR SAVED CROWD BY WRECKING MACHINE Sprlngfi,cld, Mo., Junn 12. Prompt action on tho part of Charles F. Wll lard, who mnde a Ulght In an neto plane to-day caused tho almost com pleto destruction of his machine but prevented it from swooping down Into tho crowd of ppectatorn. As It was thu biplnno foil ISO feet nnd landed about 20 yards from tho crowd, break ing tho englno and severely bruising tho uvlntor. While Wlllard was fil ing tho englno suddenly stopped ami tha hiplann darted downward dlreetlv townnl the center of tho crowd. Tho aviator Instead of trying to right tho machine, turned his entlro attention to preventing- It from falling Into thu crowd, HIGHEST PRICES LAST MARCH IN 20 YEARS Washington, June 12 Hcglnnlng with September, llfK. thero hns been ll monthly Incic-cso In wholesale in Ices, without a break, up to March, 1910, and during tho latter month the prices were higher than at any time In thu preceding 20 yeais, uccoidlng to a report which has Just been Issued by tho bureau of labor. Thn report Is based upon an Investiga tion of 23? commodities nnd says that thu wholesale prices during March of tho tho current year worn 7.5 per cent, high er thun In March lliD, 10.2 per cent, higher than In August, I'rts, ji.i per cent, higher than the uveruwe yenily price uf J&'JT, and 2X8 por runt, higher thnn thu nvurago prlco for tho ten years K9J to l!i9. Tho wholecaln prices In 1909 ud vanceel three per cent, over tho prices of 100K, but with this advance they wuru still 2.S per rout, below tho aver age of 1907, the year of highest prices, within the period 1S90 to 1909. IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS, j For Cuts, H;alil. Huron, ,ilrule.'fiprlni; Insect or Moeijuito lllte, apply I BHOWN'8TIN3TANT RELIEF AllclMlciyllt.t20 ccnto. rr.'MfcJ U tlx Nomay Mclm Co., Mcrwar.Mtlmw 1 1 1 1 ll' Of tho 2f." nrtlcles investigated, 125 showed an Ineronso In tho uvorago prlco for 1009, as enmpured with 1908, 31 showed no change, and 101 whowed a decrease. SIX HUNDRED DIE OP SMALLPOX IN MEXICO ii.1 Huso Tex., June 12 -An epldomlo of smallpox has been raging In tho district of Ozumbti, northern Chihuahua, Mexico, for several monthH and Coq persons have died from It. Tho presence of tho disease hns been known for somo time, but tho extent of tho epidemics was not learned until to-day, when the people tniido nn ap peal to tho federal go eminent for medi cal officers nnd soldiers to enforca quar antlne laws, GENERAL CARR INJURED. Oldest (.rnitiinlc of Went 1'iilnt Dodged A "to nnd 1-VII. New York, Juno 12 In dodging nn nutomohllo this afternoon, Oon. Hugeno A. Curr, V. S. A., retired, caught his heol In u pavement crack and fell heavily, Ills right hip was wrenched and ho had to bo taken homo In a cnb. (lenernl Cnrr Is tho oldest living grnduato of West Point, having been member of the class of isfifl. He was to have been a guest of the veterans of tho academy at their annual ban Uiiet hero to-morrow, but cannot bo prcsont becanso of his Injury. HAMILTON FLIES ABOUND WITH BROKEN GUY WIRE New Ynrk, June I'-fimh a llttlo thing as a broken gus wire c.ild not koep Charle.i K. Hamilton on the ground to day nnd bare'n a. led in a pooling nln he left the ground nt 12 minutes pent Mx this oM-nlng and for ten mlnut and thieo i econds circled the lower end of fjovcrnor's Island aril hovered over the hoil-oc- In his ncroplano. Tn ranking his preliminary run, th" machine humped Into a surveyor's stnko and binnshed Into s".v wire. Hamilton knew It but nobrdy No did until ho alighted after a beautiful flight and his mechanics began to wind up tho loose ends. It rained hard nil day long, but a good slz.i-1 crowd watted to sco a flight and shortly bofor six o'clock when lho weather hod moderated f,omewhat and there was almost no wind, and tho heavy mjlsturii laden aimoslphero war. Just what nn aviator likes, Hamilton wheeled out his midline, warmed up tho englno and wn off in a trice. Seven times ho circled tho Island, at n height of perhaps two hundred feet, and then came down with n dive like a falcon dropping to Its prey. Twice he ventured over the water to rhn"o ferryboats while the passengers era noil their necks to se n him pnss iihovo nnd the captains tootel their whistles. . Thu whirr of UlVUnglno was steady nnd even. Hverylhing now Is fit nnd Hamilton confidently expects to start nt seven o'clock In tho morning on his Might to Philadelphia, nnd return for the New York Times nnd the Phila delphia Public Lodger. A special train will accompany him out the tracks of the Pennsylvania railroad, but Ham ilton will make It hurry if ho has a fnvorablo wind. Tho weather predic tion for to-morrow In the territory Hamilton will traverse is fair to cloudy, with rising winds. CHORUS GIRL KILLED. Tire llurt ns Aula Was Ilrlven at a High peeil. Indianapolis, Ind., Juno 12. In the wreck of an automobile which plunged into a ditch when one of Its tlies hurst whilo running at high speed north of In dianapolis to-day Innlo Alberts of IMtts burg. a chorus girl, was instantly hilled. Five other occupants of tho machine were thrown free of the wreck and only slightly bruised. The cur was driven by Frank Clemens, nn automobile salesman and dilver of lacing cars. Hon't un harsh physics. The reac tion weakens the bowel", leadi to curoiilc constipation (Jet lioan's Hog ulets. They opunte easily, tune tho stomach, cure constipation. TWO LEAP FRO VICTORIA BRIDGE Man in 111 Health and Adopted Daughter May Have Had Suicide Pact. Monacal, Que., Juno 12 Albert Ksnoiigh, a. builder of St. Iimbert, ami his adopted daughter, Ixna Hc-aly, Jump ed frum tho center of Victoria bildgo, down W feet into the swift cut rent of the St. Luwicnco to-day. Iluth were drowned. Ksnoiigh leaped first and wrvs followed a moment biter by the girl, but whether she jumped In the excitement of the mo ment, or In following out n suicide pact never will bo known. The only witness was the bridge elec trician. He raw the two sitting down, evi dently in earnest conversation, Stuldt nly both got up nnd Hsuemgh, who w.u years old, climbed the live foot rail ing end plunged Into the river. The girl lollowed before the electrician could In terfere. Ksnoiigh had been lu 111 health fur years. JAPAN CANCELS TREATY. Not n Jlnrk of Hostility imnliixt l!u I'lilled Mule,, Washington, Juno 12 Tho Japanese government, according to the present piogrnm, on Friday will renounce! the existing trenty with tho Fnltod States. Tho net of thn Jnpaneso government Is no mark of hostility, but Is only part of an effort of that government to rovlso and bring up to dnto Its whole fabric of treaties with thu out side world. Tho present treaty was negotiated by Secretary nresham in the last Cleveland administration and It was a pioneer trenty In Its wuy. Heforo that tlmo the utntiiM of Japan In Its world relations had beon thoso of a seml biirbnrotiH country. Foley's Kidney Itemed)' tuny bo glvou to children with admirable results It dfirn uwuy with bed wetting, und Is also recommended for uso after measles and scarlet fever. J W. O'HulIlvan, 24 Church streou incrbsedtIe now forcasted Improvement Noted Largely Sen tinicntul but Restored Confi dence Always Has Effect, New York, Juno 10 Dun's weekly rovlow of trndo will say to-morrow: With a compromise effected mi thn eiuoHtlon of railroad rnto which, though depending in part on notion by Congress on the railroad bill, Is re garded ns mitWartory, and with crop prospects for both wheat and cotton decidedly good, the biiblnet:s outlook shows much improvement over last week. Thu Improvement Is largely sentimental but increased confldenco alnui'-t Invariably leads to Increased ! trade. Tho railroad rata fiettlemcnt I has nlrendy given tin upwnrd Impulse to tho security market and Improved tho temper of thu Iron nnd steed trade. Tho block of copper in Increasing. Tho reduced demand for cotton goods forces further curtailment of produc tion. Shoes show little, if any Im provement nnd leather Is slow and heavy. Hoports from most of the large cities Indicate a backward ten- idency but In this country conditions change qtilcl'ly and It Is Impossible) as yet to measure, the full effect of tho rate compromso and tho highly prom ising outlook for tho crops, tho gov ernment report for Juno foreshadow ing one of tho four largest wheat har vests on record. Meanwhile statistics of railroad I'arnlnga and bank clear ings maintain their record for gains, the former hnilng Increased 1,1. f, pr cont. In Mnv whilo clearings increased 1.1 per cent, over hi-t year and Z0A per cent. over 1 00'L Foreign trado continues largo, though Imports are still In excess of exports. Kn 11 tires this week numbered 240 In the United States against 2IW last year, and 20 In Canada compared with 2.1 a year ago. COOL WHATHHTt CHUCK'S TP.AIn. New York, June 10 Hradstreet's re port on tho state of trade to-morrow will say: I'nseasonably con) weather still arrests retail trade and retards crop progress In tho northern half of the country nnd trade Is quiet In the s-ou thorn districts, though cotton and fruit crops thoro nre n.-'king progress. Jobbing trndo reports reflect quiet In consumptive demand in a moderate volume of re-orders which nro clashed as fairly frequent but small In the ag gregate. Industrial reports point to considerable cirtnilment of output proceeding from uncertainty ns to the latter. Collections range from slow to fair. Pome of the event of the nvi-k nre, however, encouraging. The temporary settlement of the railroad rate trou bles and thu postponement of advances In this Item of cost of business opera tion have given a brighter tlngo to feeling in some basic industries. As to crops, too, it may be observed that while the benefits of the early start of the planting sean seem to have been largely lost nnd crops nro rather Inter thnn tho average all around, tho fei.dlng Is that the heavily Increased nrens planted to nil crops Induced by high prices will more than offset this, providing weather conditions honce lorth nro tuvornblc. The week's price movement Is toward n slightly higher range. Huslness failures In I'.-n.ida for the we. k terminating with Thursday, num ber .If,, which compares with IS for last week and 29 In tho like week of 19U9. KILLED GOING TO CHURCH. Tnxlcnli Currying Woman Mvldileil nnd Struck a Street Car. New York, Juno "2 Mrs. Alice H. Mor-rl.-on, a widow on her way to church in a taxlcab with her sister ami daughter, was diluted to-night when the veilob "kidded and collided with .1 Madison avenue car and died shortly afteiward. The taxlcab chauffeur was thrown to the pavement on his head, fractuilng his skull. His injuries also are belluved to be f.it.il. AMERICANS LOSE HEAVILY. Hacked Vniidt-rhlU Kulry for Winner of l'reiich Derhy. 1'arls, Juno 12 The French derby was run to-day over the Chantllly course and was won by Or du Hhln 11, a brown colt by St. Hamlen, owned by Onston Dreyfus. The distance was a mile nnd a half and the vnluc of tho ntako amounted to $35,200. Kenan! Hleu owned by M, C. Klvlere, finished second, nnd W. K. Vander bilt's Helnhnrt third. Tho Americans backed tho Vander bllt entry nnd lost heavily. In this event, Mr. Vanderbllt had been par ticularly fortunato In past years. His Nogofol won tho derby In 11)00; tho previous yenr his Seasick III ran a dead heat with M. U. Dcschanip's Qulntetto II nnd in 100(1 his Maiutonon won tho stake. Tho 1'iix ilea Ktangs, a selling event for three-) ear-olds was won by W. K. Vandei hilt's Sir IV tor. GIRL SHOT BY REJECTED SUITOR AT GLENS PALLS C.lens Fulls, N. Y Juno 12 Jennie I.nFountaln, 17 years old, was shot and probably fatally wounded to-night by Frank Clllberto, a youth of 20 years, whoso attentions, It Is stnted, tho girl had refused to receive. Ml.-s I.iiFoun tnln was shot In tho chest, nnd Albert l.Itnetie. with whom sho was walking at the time, was shot In thn leg. Dep. uty sheriffs are searching tho woods for lillberto. what a si;.ii.iii:u coi.n may no A summi'r cold If neglected is Just as apt to develop Into bronchitis or pneu monia as at any other season. Do not neglect It. Take Foley's Honoy nnd Tar piomptly. It loosens tho cough, soothes and henls tint 'nflntned air passiges, and expels tho cold from tho system." J. W, O'Kulllvan, 21 Chmch street, REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mui: U'tNHUiw'fl KooritiNrt Hvutip ha9 beell lcd for cnrr SIXTY YllAKSby MILLIONS "I lluiiiHKti lor ineir uiiiuiJuuri miiihi TKHTHINO, with l'HKI'HCT HIICCHSS. It AI.I.AYHull PAIN. CURItS WIND COLIC nnd Ii the hrst remedy lor DIAKKIKltA. It i cib- foiiitety narnuexc lie ure anu enic mr -iii. Wliulow's Bontbinj Syrup," and take uo olb;r ficA- Xnnjiii4iBU taenia. u .. Who Are the Most Successful Merchants In Burlington? Advertising; and business succe33 are closely connected the first is nec essary o the second. Follow the ex ample of Burlington's successful mor chants and plan a liberal advertising campaign with THE BURLING TON FREE PRESb. ROOSEVELT TO PASS IN REVIEW Over Lr,000 Will Ho in Lino on Fifth Avenue When T. ?. Hoes Past. New York, June 12. It is estimated that between ir..C"3 and 20.00o persons, com prising local r.nd visiting organizations, will 1e In lino along Fifth avenuo next Saturday afternoon at the tlnm of tho parade In honor of Theodore Hoosevelt'a return and tint over 10o boats, many of them pihnto yachts, will greet thu re turning cx-prcsldent down tho bay. Many of the organizations will bo In uniform ami nearly all will hnvo bands. To each organization comprising moro than 1C0 perr-ons, a block has been assign ed on Fifth avenuo somewharo .llong the. linn of marrh. They will not march but will stand In their places ns Colonol Itoosevelt, tho Hough Hlders nnd other .Spanish War veterans go pajct. Tho Hamilton club of Chicago will send If") members, the IMttsibitrg Huslnessnien's nssoclatlon will send 500 nnd Philadelphia, Cincinnati and other cities will add dele gations. TWf) THOl'SAND VF.TKHANS. Tho Army and Navy I'tilon has asked for a place for between 200 and 200 men, tho Spanish War veterans, who are to march, will turn out about 2,000 locally nnd tho Hoosovelt Neighbors' association of Oyster Hay, together with a delegation from the Nassau county board of supervisors, will have (inn men. Hopresentatlves of Oovornor will bo given positions on the stand nt the Lattery, as will tho Governors who nro present. Thoy will also go down the' bay on ono of the cutters to greet the former president und bo tho guests of the committee elurlng the parade. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson and Secretary of thn Navy Meyer have been assigned positions on tho stand and will also go down the bay and lido with tho committee, rjov. J. Franklin Fort of New Jersey and Gov. Henry O. Quinby of New Humpshlro will bo present. SCAllIll) I.VI'O Mll'.M) llilAll'H I Mr. H. r. Kelly, Springfield, 111., wiites: "A year ago I began to be trou bled with my kidneys and bladder, which grew worso until I became alarmed at my condition. I suffered nlso with dull heavy headaches and the action of my bladder was annoying and painful. I rood of Foley Kidney fills and after taking them a few weeks the headaches left me, the action of my bladder was again nor mal, and 1 was freo of all distress." J. W. O'Sulllvan, 24 Church btrtet. Can't look well, eat well or feel well with impute blood feeding your body. Keep the blood pure with Uurdock Hlood Hitters Mat simply, take exor cise, keep clean and you will have loii llfo. $10,000 PLANT Building Occupied by Rutland Fire Clay Company Is a Total Loss Origin Unknown. Kuthind, June 9. Tho plant jf the Hut hind Fire Clay company, a two-story wooden structure 2oOxf.0 feot In slue, was totally destroyed by a llro which started at pv. If o'clock this evening. The, loss Is about $10,(iO. Hostile the building a largo iiunntlty of stove lining nti.l plaster, which the company handled, was ruined and machinery uvd in grinding elny was badly damaged. Tho origin of tho tiro is unknown. The plant was owned by A. W. and C. A. Ferkins of this city. The building was about 50 years old and was formerly oc cupied by tho Chaso Toy works. "My child was burned terribly about tho face, neck nnd chest. I applied Dr. ThomiiH' Hclectrlc Oil. The pnln censed nnd the child snnk Into n restful sleep." --.vrrs. uncy M. Hanson, Hamburg, Tho classified ads funiisli rla-sslfled fncts and a very smull ad may contain o very big fact. Hlg, that Is, In Its bear ing on your affairs! FIRE DESTROYS Haven't You a Job of Work For a Want Ad to do ? It needn't be some task so easy that it will almost do itself. You can entrust it with some errand that is difficult that only a want ad. can do WELL AND INEXPENSIVELY. The porson wlio finds job3 for want ads. to do is the sort of chap who looks at you rather quizzically whon you try to toll him that business is dull, or that you can't rent that apart ment, or office, or store, or house, or that you can't find a posl tion. For, you bco, ho has gotten into the habit of accomplish ing thing's which is a hnbit within the reach cf any person with half a will and three-quarters of a purpose! Aren't They Advertisers ? INSURGENTS ARE LOSING GROUND Vice-President Sherman Found Sentiment in Aiuklle West against Movement. L'tlca, N. Y., June 12 "I believe that tho Insurgent movement so called is sub siding," raid Vlco-lres!dent Sherman, who came to Utlca yesterday to attend tho wedding of his nloco and who return ed to Washington last night. "We do not notice the change 30 muclj in Washington where tho Insurgents art? still insuiiring, despite their assertion; that they iiro standing by tho Prcsl? tltnt, but frum my observatloun on ts recent western trip I ajn convinced th, tho movement Ij on tho wane." Mr, Sherman rays his part In the re cent re-publican b'tatj. convention nt Mil waukee was to tpenk ns a ttra-lght-out republican ; to call attention to the re sults that had been obtained by tho en actment into law of republican policies and tho danger to tho busings and, material Interests of tho country that it reemed to him must inevitably f dloi. from u failure to continue thei.i, STAI.WAKTH I'KKDOMINATK. "1 rather expected to find In Wisconsin a luidomlniint feejlng of insurgency, so called, because of tho republicans frorC. Wisconsin in Congress have been prom inent lu Unit move-meat. To my surprlst I found sustantially no such .-.eritlment I met men in large numbers who hiul Ire other years been prominently lndentifie3 with tho so-cilled Ii Follette organlza Hon as well as those representing what ie called the stalwart element but 1 thlnC the latter element predominated. "I have twice beoro within a few weel bee n In the middle West, nnd I have fount the sentiment to be decidedly In favor of a continuance of tho protective policy. The outcome in Iowa, wheie the primar ies were held Tuesday and whero the reg ulats wero successful n every district In the State where thero wcu a contest savo ono, successful In nominating a regular condldato for Governor, successful in choosing a State committee, the majority of whom wero trgulars, was stiongly Indicative to me of a continued belief In re-publlcan lollcies throughout that section of the country." AIIIIHICAA HXTII VVAfi.VXni, (From the Seattle Post-Intelligences-.) Over JKC),OJ0 worth of diamonds and oUht precious stones were Imported into this country through the port of Nevr York elurlng the last 10 month.-,. The ex-pi-ctatlun is that the importations wi'l In crease another 2,X,0i5 during thi pres ent month and that total Importation f"t the tlscal year will bo at least W1.0AOi exceeding by f3."Ci,Ci5 tho greawat pru vloua imports ttuiis ever reeordod. Tho significance of theso flgurvs Ilea iv tho showing that people are not on'y prosperous enough to spend millions for articles of personal adornment, but thai they have no fears for the futuro to com pel them to exorcise some of tho ocono mles -which wero much In evklonco C couplo of years ago. After trw late.s Wall street depression, which serious'! rippled general business by 1-rea.tlng at; artificial shortage of money, the buslnes of Importing precious Jewels was tho on most Immediately attectescj. There van , sudden and large decline in tho volume of importations. People had other ucC for mony than in the buying of diai monds. It also Illustrates tho tendency of the Anu-rlnan people to react sharply frotn economy to extravagatico tho Instant Uiat the prc-siuro 3 off from them nnd they feel no fears for tho Immeellnte future. When tlm4 aro hard, or thero Is n financial or business depression, the aver age man In this country feels for the time being some fears for tho future ami proceeds to economize sharply. Ho does not feel half as Buro of a retention ot employment ns ho did before, and hi knows that tho expected ndvanco l'i wagos Is not to bo forthcoming. This is ono large fact, which enables tho coun try to recuporato so quickly fiom tha effects of a depression. Tho American standard of wages and of living is so hlt.li, under ordinary circumstances, that thero la usually a fair m.irjjin for saving, when ordinary economy Is ev icised. When tho economics are resorted to, tha lesiilt Is a heavy lticre-aso In tl.c ngsre p.ite capital for investment. Tao old habits of expenditure are promptly taken up, when tho feurs pa.s by, and tho cou'i try recuperates from Its depression with, wonderful rapidity. "She's tho meanest wonuui I know of " "What makes you say that when you don't even know her to speak to?" "1 know, but she's the woman on tha other half of our party telephone line." . Detroit Freo Frews.