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TI1E BURLINGTON FTCEE PR-MSS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1010.
'lEBaaaan wi nmn. mrnissKesx TIlHASUttY miPAUTMF.NT, fllco of Comptroller of tho Currency. Washington, I). (!., Juno 7. 1010. Whereas by witlsfiicloi-y evidence resented to tho uiidcislKiiod, It has been imido lu appear Unit "Tlio Mownr.1 Kutlonnl Hank of nurlltitftoti, lo'-ntcd In tlio city of lSttrlliiRton In tlio county of Chittenden and Ktnto of Vermont, has complied with nil the provision!) I'f tho Act of Coiitfre-ss "to clinblo Na tlonnl lmnkltit? associations, to extend their corporate existence. nnri for Miter puipot.es," approved July 12, lssi, n s nmonded hy the act upprnvod April 1'J, 1002: Now, therefore, T, Lawrence O. Mltr- ray, comptroller of the ciim-ney, do here- liy certify that "Tlio Howard National Hani: of Hiirllmtton." located In tho rlty of lturlltiitton, In the county of Chittenden and State of Vermont Is authorized to hiivo succession for the period specified In Its umendad articles ft association: namely, until close of business on Juno 7, 1030. In testimony whereof wit ness) my hand and seal of SHAM ofllco this f'eventh day of June, lfill). (Signed) l.AWIMlNCl-: O. MI'tlHAY, Cninpt roller of tho Currency. Jhnrtcr No. lG'JS. Sudden Rising of the River Ahr Flooded Valley and 150 Lost Lives. Cnloene, Germany, June 1.1 Great los of life has occurred In tho Ahr valley of the Kifcl rcfilon n.s tho result of a cloud Surst which swept tho district last nlht. I.ite estimates place the total number M' (lend at 1M. Nfws of the catastrophe reached here to day. Numerous storms In the region had made the stream unusually hlqh and lis a rc:ult of an unusually heavy down pour last night tho Illver Ahr suddenly overflowed, the water carrying death and destruction In its path. The Ercatcst loss of life occurred where two 1 arracks, containing Italian and C'rnatinK lahnn rs employed on tho rail way were swept away. Thn Inmates were Hirprlsod In their skep and Keneially (vi'i'o unable to help themselves. Thirty fun n bodies have been recovered. Ine flood caused enormous damage, romplotely destroying tho railway and tkwutatlnif several village. I.lnhtnlmt Hniek In one village destroying 30 lioiixs and seriously InJurluR four pe-r- llll'S. Tho flood subsided early to-day as sud Cenly as it came and the danger Is now pa.st. Many peasants, however, havo lost everything and are dependent cn char ity. GOT GLASS DIAMONDS. Hi Irf-vhi Minim a AVufcIi mid Chain Ijj- Clever Itnse. Jlax Levin, he tailor. I.-- minus a watch (,nd chain valued at f-o. whfen ho pavo for slam diamonds. A man approached him In Wlnoosl.l Thursday and said ho was a jeweler, had plenty of money, owned a larne utoie In St. Johnsbury and was looltlnt: for a place to rent In town for a Jewelry store, n which to start his brother in business. While they weia talking a Polaek, who was a partner in the plot, came up to them and wanted to roll tho aliened St. John.sbury man a watch. Ijuvin, wlio could understand tho I'olander, had iio money and tho St. Johrufbiiry unknown wanted to buy thn wutch, Levin acting as Interpreter for the sale. The watch was soon forgotten though, as Levin told the St. John.sbury man tho J'oltiek had diamonds for (..lie. They then buaided a car for Kssex Junc tion, where Levin was going to his shop, und then tho diamond sale took place. At EHe. tho St. Johnsbury man went Into the driih- store to get some piepara tlon hy which ho could tell the value of the diamond. Ho then came back to Iovln's shop and told hhn It uns worth )X0, and would give him $100 lu cash, ivhlch he counted out before him and handed to the I'olaclt. Tim 1'oluck th-u prndiiee-d another diamond in an ear rtn which tho suopoFod jeweler claimed ho valued at t'M. Tho Jeweler then stated that he would go to Iiurllugtou and seo a man by tho name of Cha.se, who resides on First street anil on whom It later ap peared he tried to work tho bunco gamo while coming to town on tho train, and liorrow f.oiiio money, claiming ho knew t'hnso well. Levin did not go with them but gavu his watch and chain a. security to hold; tho diamonds while they wero pono and which ho Is still holding. moil pjucf. von violin. She I know somebody who will give a jood price for your violin. He-Who Is it? SheTbo man with tho room next to ours. Lo Itlio, SUMMER TOUR PACIFIC COAST REDUCED FARES VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC RY CLOUDBURST DOES IMMENSE DAMAGE A sreat variety of routes with 1th triil stop-over privileges. Modern trains with obborvntlon-llhrary cars. Special rates on eortaln days In July, August and September. Wrlto (or full details. I II. I'llllllV, Dint. Vhsh. Aut, "nn. Toe. H'r. aoa Viii1iIiuIob hi., lionlou. FIRST DAI D MASONIC WEEK Ofilcers Elected and Installed by Vermont Council of Delibera tion at Annual Meeting. ADDRESS BY 1.1, 0. PERKINS D. N. Nicholson Installed Grand Almoner of Supreme Council Something a,bout Soma Prominent Masons. Masonic wrelc opened Monday aft ernoon at two o'clock at the Masonic Temple with the meeting of the Vetmuiit Council of I), liberation. A. A. S. It., lu the rooms of the rite. Illustrious Maish O. pet kln. .'V.d elearec, deputy for Ver mont, und tin- Hew N. A. Wood, of Horn ney, N. 11., rh llvered adilressoa. Mr, Perkins gsve a resume of the work of the year and extended the greetings of the supreii.'- body, lie spoke with par ticular eloooer.ee of those who havo died during the .i'" "ar, nmong whom were: William Mutln of Hurlltigton, at the time of hh d'.'th cotntuander-ln-chlef of the consistory, ,1 Vernon Dutton of Hard wick, senior hinlnr warden or the grand lodge, Finik W. Flint of Windsor, a well inon raJlt'ool conductor and jirotnln int Mason, limrge- C Mayo of Hnrllng ton. at one time at the head of Haswill Lodge of Pi rfcctlon. II. ISmicne Sibley, C'harhs H. N u-h and Henry' J. Nelson of Liurllngtun, al.o prominent members of Haswill Loi!i:i.. D. N. Nlchobim. Clnl degree, who somo tlmo since was 'ippolntcd grand almoner of the supreme council, wns Installed dur ing the afternoon by Captain of tho Guard George O. Tyler. Various matters of rou tine business wire transacted during the afternoon. The following officers were elected and Installed: Grand first lieutenant com mander, Henry L Stllloon; Krand secon 1 lieutenant commander, Charley .. Cald emood; grand minister of State, Hamil ton H. Peck; grand i hancellor, Olin W. Daley; (.tnnd prior, Silas II. Danforth; grand masuror. c'li.irles W. Whlteomb; grand secretary, Heiuy H. Hoss; grand master of ceremonies, Georgo P. Hoot; grand hospitaller, Charles A. Chapmnn: gnmd senesi hal, Georgo H. Heynolds; tho three following appointments were announced by the Illustrious commander-in-chief: Grand standard bearer. Smith S. liallard; grand captain of tho guard, Isaac U. Ilalley; grand sentinel, Albert Klllam. The officers were Installed by Illustrious Hrother Perkins and Illustrious Brother D. S. Danforth, acting marshal. Proclama tion was made In tho south, east and west. 23ND DKGHKK KXKMPLIKIKD. During the afternoon was also given the exemplification of the L'nd degree, Knight of the Hovnl Axe, or Prince of Llbanus, In full cetemonl.il foim. The degree was worked by the following men: Thrico potent, William II. Hidley; senior war den, Arthur K. Clement; Junior warden, Georgo W. Hurt; guard, Mark M. CtaU; sentinel, Georgo F. Morse; starfo mana ger, Albert Klllam: committee on f inter nal courtesy, Georgo H. Kinsley. ,13. John A. Corbln, George 1. Holden, Ibnry II. Hoss, GC, Clarence II. Heechcr, John S. Patrick. VKTOIONT CONSISTORY. One of tho most lmpiesslve scssiv of Vermont consistory In somo tlnu and doubtless one of tho most interr -tlntr spictacles of the wisdc, was the w..rU of the Wjth degieo last evening on r-.: y a half a lnmdied candidates, the wni.v be ing under the direction of George II ltey nolds, commander-in-chief of the u:,sls t. ry. Preceding tho work the commander-ln-chlef received the following dlstlm.-u shed masons; 111. Daniel S. Danforth, act ing as marshal; 111. Marsh O. P.rklna, 33, dtputy for Vermont; 111, George O. Tyler, 33, (;rand captain of the guard of tho supremo council, and others. Tho SOth degree, Knight Kndosh, was woil.-cd by tho following cast of charac ters: Commanilei-lu-chlef, George II. Ilevnolds; f.rst auxiliary to commander-in-chief, Hev, Nnvell A. Wood, senond auxiliary to commander-in-chief, William H. Hldhy, chaplain and reader of !esons. Hev. Henry L. Hallou of Chester: M. of C. and expositor of Masonic svmbollsm, Herbert It. Small; (aidaln of nuard, Georgo Q. Stiles; matshal, Daniel S." Danforth of St. Albans. Court Chamber First Judge. Hamilton S. Peck, ;s; second Judge, iMgar If. Martin; third Judge, Charl's A. Chap man; fourth Judge, Saylc.s Nichols, 33; tlfth judge, ThomaH p. Ilragg; herald! Mark M. Gralif; prirst, Charles p.. Heach; hcadsmnn, Georgo II. Whitman. Thn Mausoleum Hepiehentativo spirit, George W. Hurt; wlerd character, Hohert J. Waters and James W, Cady; guard at entrance, Chnrles M, Hussell. First Incldcnt-Tho pilgrim; C. nurroll Bimetals, principal. Second Incident Monk Sceno; Peter G. Godfrey, chief ac tor. Third Ineldent-rnlawfiil appro priation; Caspar H, Kent, leader, J. Chester Jones, Frank p. Jtoblnson. I'ourth Inrldent-Knlghts of Malta; F.dwiu D. Huntley, commander, Lester i". Douglass and Ktlielherl Selden, ntaff of ilcers. Fifth Incident -Knights of tho temple; Churles II, Jones, chief, ICdgnr II. .Martin, Arthur F. Clement, fioorg D, .Inrvis. Gnards-Charl.s , jne.s commander, Fredetick T. Uraillsh, Fred erlrk W. Hurrltt, Solomon story, Jr., D. il.lel C. Noble, Frederick It. Stoddard, William I J. Johnson, Horace I, Johonnott, Henry C. Humphrey, Arthur L. Walker, Theodore H Waketebl. Master of Ktere optlcon, I,ail'oreat J. Paige; master of bells, George :. Ferrln; stage manager. Albeit Klllam. Vocal music for tho degree wan provid ed by tho Scottish Hlte mau ouartet. Georgo D. Sherman director, and Instru mental muf-lcal miislo was by an niches, tra itiuler tho leadership of pert Water man. Short addresses followed the work and a humiuet wns served. Although 75 years old Sayles Nichols, S3, veteran tra.surer of nil tho local Scottish Illto bodies mid of Vermont con sistory, is still a young man In spirit, and ono whoso liitere.it Is over nctlvo In tho order with which ho ha ho many years lwn affiliated, Mr. Nichols wan horn In Jfubhardton, Vt., October 7, 1S2C, ttttended St. Johns huiy Acndemy and Norwich I'nivcreity Hu Una lived In this city 65 years, bolng bookkeeper and cashier for tho firm of J. ft J. II. Peek ta years. He wan inude n Mason In Wushlngton To-day Tho present shapes tho ftituto. things of to-moriow. If you nro at ture you should (julekly kcIzo tho opportunity to tav money. TE No. 114, C'llUltCH HTltl.-'JI,, K. J. nOOTH, President M E. D WOTtTHKN, Trensurer. lr j iwiuiwrawiiainaminBiamiii Lodge, No. S, F. Xi A. M of this city November I, 1ST I, a Itoyal Arch Mason In Jim Huston Chapter, No. 3, In PS3, n Hoyal and Select Masttr In Hurliugton Council, No, 'i, the satnii year, find a Knight Templar In Iturllngton Cotntnan dery In 1S11. He Joined the Masonic Vet eran association In l5?;, received the de grees In Star of Hethlehem Coneslave, Hed Cross of Constatltlne, Kugllsh Charter, No. in, In this city in 1S7".. and wa Ini tiated Into the Hoyal Order of Scotl.ind at Hoston, In ttt'!, In the ancient Accepted Rite, Valley of Ilurllnglon, he received all of the degrees from the fourth to tho 3:nd In thn year 1V71', receiving the degree's from the 10th to the ,-.;nd under pcc!al dispensation nud be In-; made n charter member of Vermont consistory at Its Institution, Januaty 8, IS,.'.. He was crowned a Sovereign Grand Inspector General, 33, Hnhui-arlmn, nt Hoston, September K, 1SH. He his been treasurer of llnswell Lodgi of Perfection, J. W. Hoby Council, P. of ,1., and Delta Chapter of Hose Croix for H years, and for Vermont Consistory for 1!' years. He Is aNo past cominander-ln-ehlet' of the conslstor. past most wise master of Delta Chapter, post lieutenant commander of Vermont Council of Deliberation, past grand s-iverrlcn of the grand lmpetlal council of th.. Hed Cross of Constantino ami Appendant (irders for the State of Vermont, past thrlcn illusti lous master of F.urllnsrton council, H. it S. M and has held si'Veral other rfflees. La Forest J. Page, secretary of the ScottNh Hlte bodies, was born In Pom fret, Vt., August L'J. l-",2. He received the Master Mason degree In llurlington LodtrH No. ino, F. & A. M., Decnmber 3, PfO, was OVER A SCORE 'WRECK OF As Many More of 300 People in Building Injured ---Fire Followed after Water Tank Fell Thrilling Rescues and Escapes. Montreal, June 13 Hetween 20 and 3) people lost their livens to-day when the supports of the sprinkler svstem tank on the roof of the Herald building gave war and the great mass of metal and water, weighing Sfi tons, went crashing down waid to the basement. File broke out immediately adding Its horrors to the dlsastei. Tho tinmen dis played splendid heroism In rescuing scores of persons In perilous positions in the jagged and tottering walls. Somo of the walls hnd to come down before tho work of recovering the bodie-s could be safely attempted and it was not until after six ei'elock this evening that tho Hist body, chaired and mangled beyond recognition, was brought out . The list of known dead and missing follows; HodloM recovered and Identified Camp bell Morrison, proof reader; Ien.i Amesse, fore-woman bindery. Missing Isaac Johns, Alphonse Therrlen, Duncan J. Miller, president typographi cal union 170, Frank Jansen, I'. F. Quin tal, Kdunrd Saucier, John W'ado, Gus tni: Lippc, Hene Ltttlejohn, Clement Heirsman, Win. Murphy anil H. Harris, all printers; Miss Mirrlmnn, Mary Ann Murray, Olive Hart, bindery employes; Miss Florence Pitcher: Mls Jenuio White, Miss Hoblnson, timo clerk In of fleo; P.eatrice I amiibell, Heiso Stephen sou, May liutler, bindery girls; Dorothy Word, Miss Heaudry, Frank Consitt; Marson, boy; John Cunningham; Isa bella Phillips of Vancouver, bindery girl. Twenty injured wero treated at the hospitals. Some of themi wero badly Injured but It Is believed none will die, FIHST WAK.V1NG I'NNOTICKD. All of those who escaped agreed that tlM first warnlnjf of tho impending disaster passed almost unnoticed. There was a sllsht creaking and then a llttlo more' somewhat more, pro nounced, but it was not until tho cell ing plaster began to fall that a rush for tho stairway began, lloforo any one reached It thero occurred a tlnal doafenltiR crash and then chaob, Sonu survivors tell of falling ono nnd two floors hoforo tho awful cniHh died away and they found themselves able to crawl in tho denso dust to a pla.-c of snfoty. Tho majority sought safety by rushing to the front building, fac ing on Victoria square. Fortunately all the floors held for about 30 fe-et back from tlio front wall and to this Is duo tho fact that the doath list does not run Into tho hundreds, for there, were nearly 300 people in tho bullldng at the tlmei. When tho first hook and ladder com pany reached tho scono, tho llromen found tho windows of tho upper floors orowdod with people and the crowd on tho sidewalk urglnpr them not to Jump. Not onei did Jump. Laddeis woro eiulckly placed In position and thus in danger brought to tho ground. ISHAVUHY OF LITTLE OIKL Ono ladder was hoisted, re-aching to the fouith floor, on which tho bindery was lo cated. It camo between two windows From one of these a llttlo girl crept along tho coping until nIio could leach the lad der, GraspliiK rung with one hand and placing a foot em another she b-nt a he-lp-ing hand to eight or ten ghl twice her ilze. When oil tho girls had reached tho ladder and had been hi ought down to rafnty sho I'ume down alone Hy tills time the flro luul stnrte-d and iiiuoko was pouring from tho front windows. The llttlo girl fainted when she reached tho bottom of tho ladder. A elo7n InJuied people were brought from tho ruins bj tho llremen, many of them with broken limbs. Of these res cues, that ef Pird Vidal, n stere-otyper, wan tho tnoit daring. Half nn hour after thn firemen nu.hed Iho building. Vldal was found prroaning and was located un- MEIKLEHAM & DINSMORE Bankers, an 'Jieiml Nlrert, New York. HIGH-GRADE INVESTMENTS W. P. Hendee, Burlington, Vt 9 What yui do to-day concerns tho all anxious a'mtit your financial fu 4 Paid HUItH.TN, VKllMONT. J. J. FLYNN, Vice-President llAHJtlTJ V. ITALTj. Asst Trean. mado a Sublime Pilnco of the Hoyal 8a ciet, Si, In Vf'iinoiit Consistory at Httr llnston In N:, und slnco line has Kirved ii3 secretary of nil tho Scottish Hlto bodies. lie recedved tho degrees In Star of Hethlehem Conclave, No, 1, Hed Cross of Constantlni', In nnd has served as Its recorder Mure IS), und has been recorder of tho Grand Imperial Council, Hed Cioss of Constantino and Appendant Orders for Vermont since 1W1. George Homer Heynolds, unde.r whoso direction to-day's work wus performed, wa born In Georgia, February 27, 1ST.". Ho wns made a Master Mason in Webs ter Lodge, No. CI, Wlnooskl In March, 1K), nnd hna been Its secretary slnco l!"1!. He wue made u Subllnio Prince of the Hoyal ?ecrct In Vermont CnnMstory In !)(, elected brst II ut.-commander In May, HiflS, and lnstal'eil t ommatiiler-ln-chlef In April, Iflin, suce.TMllag William M. Martin, deccasi d. He was thrice potent master of llaswell l.oda,. of Perfection In V.'V, Is senior warden of J. V, Hoby council, I', of J. and Most Wise Mister of Delta Chapter of Hose Croix. Ho was appoint ed Grand Captain of tho Guard In Ver mont Council of Deliberation In Hi'"). Herbert Hates Small was born In Hunt ington July IK, M77. Ho received tho Master Maon deiee In Iturllngton Iodge In :).". was Its Junior warden In lW-9 and Is now Its senior warden, He was inmlo a Sublime I'llti'-o of the Hoyal Sc. ret lu Veimont Cun-lstory In 1KB, was elected Its second-Ileutennnt ccmmandi-r In lWy and first lleut.-eommander In May, 1010. lie Is Sovereign I'rlnce of J. W. Hoby Couiull, Princes of Jerusalem, and Thrice Potent Master of H'-well Lodge of Perfectli n. PERISH IN HERALD PLANT der a girder film which he could not he dislodged. Despite the fact that tho flames were ore-opiny perilously near, three fire-men be-gan to cat It away and stuck to their ta.-k, In tho crowd outsldo was Futhe-r Mai tin. When he hoard if the fight against death he went Into the building and administered the last rites of the chore h to tho si'inl-cotisclous man Finally, hoeeeeer, the beam was cut thmunh and Vielnl reli-ased ,iot a moment too soon. Hotli his legs and some of his ribs were broken. KDITOHIAL STAFF CSCAPnp. F.voiy member of' the editorial staff escaped unharmed, Its uunrters beliu; In tho front of the building. John C. Walsh, tho editor of the paper, and the members of his staff were rescued from the windows by the tit omen. Froel Malum--, a linotype operator, had a machine located at a point farth est from the Victoria Square windows. He aroso from his chair in alarm and as ho did no tho machine on which ho hnd been working- disappeared through tho floor. Tho eelgo eif tho break came just In front of Mi chair. .Tamer. Coady. a pres--man, who work ed on tho second lleior, foil through the rrovice. He thinks the press fell with him. Ho landed on tho next floor and found himself next te tho e;lass par tition sepaintlntc tho main job piess room from the business office. ThroitKh this ho broke his way and escaped by tho front door. T)io flro started from the stereotyp ing department, the coals from the fur naces evidently being distributee! on the different Moors, through which the pots passed on tho way u tho bnse inont, for the flro appeared to Mart almost simultaneously on all tho lower flouts. Later it broke out In the front of thn building, presumably from tho ignition of tho gas supply of tho lino typo mnchlnee which went through the Honrs. TANK SUPPOHTS IlHOICr:. Tho caiuso of the disaster was tho 1'ie.ikliiir of Iho suppott.s of tho tank of tho sprinkler system. This tank was lo cated about tho center of the building and a llttlo to the roar. The bulldluK has a frontage of about 0) feet and was an old structure, remodeled for tho pur poses of the newspaper and Its Job de partment. Originally two storie", a heavy Htono wall ran through the center from front to iear. From this dividing wall to the side wnll steel girders had been planted and upon these the tank rested. As th" tank was found on the other side of tho wall from that on which It was placed the supposition Is that this center wall gavu way. Hulldlng Intpector Chausso state-d that ho had examined tho building whim somo changes we-io made a year ago and found everything all right. Tho archi tects also certllled that it wa.s safe. SI.N'TH TLMi: lirilNHD OFT. Tho building was valued nt $150,000 and was owned hy thu Herald com pany, while tho valuation of tho plant Is placed nt $300,000. About half tho linotypes battery remained in position mid It Is believed that tho two news-pape-r presses, located lu tho basement near tho Victoria square frontage, worn not seriously damaged. Tho re mainder eif the) plant Is hopelessly wrecked, Thn Insurance on tho bullet ins "'"I plant totale-d S 177.000. It la estimated that tho Insurance liability will reuch about CO per e'ont. of this amount. Thu Herald nppenred this ovenltm as an nlght-pnuo paper, arrangements havlnir been mnelo with tho Gnxotto to continue) its publication until tie-w ejuartorH can bo secured. TIiIb Ik tho sixth time In tho laid 32 years lu which tho Herald lias been hurnoel out. IX llUYIIVG HAHDWAIti:, Tools, Cutlery, etc., It is quite as Import ant to know what you're getting na to know what you're paying for it Our well known policy for hnndllnir reli able Roods at fair prices niako you per fectly safe In dealing with us. Strong Hoidvraro r 1) 00 I 41 UiMD CONCLAVE Of MIGHTS Templars Elect Officers and Lis ten to Annual Address of Grand Commander Dewey. Grand Council of Koyal and Se lect Masters in Annual As sembly Completed Sec clay. The Mth annual conclave of tho grand commaiiileiT of tho Knights Templar and Appendant Orders of tho Stuto of Vermont occupleel nenrly all of Tues day. The grand council of Hoyal and Se lect Masters of tho State of Vermont me-t In the evening at 7:20 and their ses sion completes! tho proce-edln,;s eif tho second day of Masonic week. Tho parade of tho Knights Templar!;, which sometimes held, wns omitted Tuesday, the knights simply forming at the Van Nos Hnusu and marching to tho temple in uniform. The lino was headed by Grand Commander Frank 1). De-wey of Mnntpeller. Tho sword and uniform which he wore were presente-d to him by tho Mount Zlon Comma ndory of Motitpel ler. During the morning Grand Commander Dewey elellvered his annual address in which he gavo a resume of tho wmk of Mio ye-ar. Ills address vu lu part as follows: Tho grand commandery has been espec ially favored during the year ns ro one lias been called to lay down the. sword and Join that great army who have gone before but our subordinate cnmmanderles and sister Jurisdictions hnve been called upon many times to surrender lined ones to that grim de-Uroyer, a full account of which will be found In tho leport of tho committee on necrology. Four eommand eries ncteil (us escort on Memori il day to the Grand Army of tho Hopubll From observations nt Hutllng'on of tho ense In which tho several oommande-rles can be nssembWl I would again call your ptti-ntlon to the matter of a field dav, and the be-ne-flts that would arise from bringing the commandery together nt least once a yea- and if wo could bring this about and nnv n good parade, a prize drill and a good prl-sn for tho sev el til drill teams to compete for, It would certainly In my opinion create a new In terest In the order. I also wish that each ear tho commandery passing tho best Inspection might exemplify the work dur ing our annual conclave-. It would be of gieat benefit to all sir knlght.-i, especlally the ofilcers nnd would tend to stlmul.eto each commandery to doing het'or work. Nine commnndere;s with npp-oxlmately 100 sworiU maicheil In the parale at Bur lington tercentenary week. Mr. Dewey warmly commended tho new system of Inspection nnd stated that there had been a gieat Improvement in thu ritual and asylum tactics of some of tho comma riePrles. notably Uarro and Hut-Ir-nd being nenrly perfect In this work. There nre 13 suborllnato command-erle-s of Knights Templar In this Jur isdiction and the total membership for the State Is 2.533. The following officers wero elected: fiinnd commander, Sir Daniel S. Danforth of St. Albans; deputy tfinnd commander, Sir Georgo F. Hoot of Newport; grand generalissimo, Sir Frank L. Clark of Hutland; grand cap tain frenernl, Sir William II. Hrowster of Middlobury: grand senior warden, Sir Olio W. Daley of White Hiver Junction; grand Junior warden, Sir F.dwnrel I Hates of Hennlng-ton; fjrund ptolate, Sir Alfred J. Hough of Mont pedier: grand trensurer, Sir Charles W. Whlteomb of Proctorsvllle; grand re e'ordor, Sir Henry H. Hoss of llurling ton; grand standard bearor, Sir Frank U. Putnam of Hrattleboro; grand sword bearer. Kir Klioy IJ. Whltaker of Harro; grand warder, Sir Fred erick II. Habbltt of Hollows Falls; grand captain of th guard, Sir Wil liam H. Hieiley of Hurliugton. HOYAL AND SBIJX'T MASTHHS. At 7:M p. m. tho Grand Council of Hoyal and Select Masters held their an nual assembly. M. I. Isaac D. Ilalley, grand master, presided. After the tranee ictlon of tho usual routine business the following offlei rs we-io nhcteil; Gland muster I . C. Noble eif Middle bury. Deputy Krand master G. I. Whitney of Hollows Falls. Prln. conductor of work O. W, Daley of Will to Hlvc-r Juncllon. Grand tteasuicr-C. II. (Ii-aton ot Montpeller. Grand recorder II, II. Hoss of liurlini; ton. Grand captain of tho guard C. T. S. llercu of Vergenncs. Grand conductor-F. H. Vaughnn of llrattleboro. Grand chaplain A. T. Clarko of Harre, Grand lecturer D, S. Hrownell of Springfield, Grand marshal K. K Spencer of St. Johnsbury. Grand stewaid D, S. Hlis3 of Hurllnc ton. Gland .sentinel G. F, Morse of Hurllng ton. LOST LOVE OF WIPE. rVelsou .Tlorrinv im AkI.m fur l2,000 from OIUiT lljcrs. The capo of Xel--on Morrow vs. Ollyer Jlycrs, nn action of alienation of affec tion, wiih filtered Monday In Chitten den county court. Iloth panics reside In ColchiMter, The iilalntltf claims that .Mr. Myer.-e nindii lovo to liU wife, and he wants :',o00 In ilamaKes to lepay him for mental an Kult.li, etc, Tlio iilnlntiff asfcrta that tho defendant unjustly contrived and mndo plans to deprive him of tho society of his wife, Mottle F. Morrow, nnd to nlle-nato her affections In June, 1310, and plncn that lime, lie further chaifrea that tho de fendant has had Improper relations with his wife. SOMETHING FOR HEADACHE Nothliuf else, aBldo from money, Ih ho universally smiKht for its u cure for headache. Headache powders are not unfit nnd they kIvo only tempor ary relief In any event. The chocolate coatod and capsule-shaped pills called Hhernian's Headache Itemedy und sold hy elriiKKlsts and dealers at 10c. and Sic are receiniiiicndud as tho heat headache cure. Burlington Savings Bank INCORPORATED 1847 renosits $ :,710.1;1 January O.Vno.LT) ........ January lt IfiOO 2W.WI 20.,l,70n.r5 January 1, 1870 0.12!;.) I,187,fi0!)..'f) January 1, fifi0 A'.,2WA. 2,121,207.1 1 January 1, Rf)0 170,2;is..-t 7,000,nr) .0!) January 1, 1D00 .'no,(jh.r.,:57 12,0.'i8,irn.R8 January 1, 1!)10 8!)L',7hG.!)5 40n .LPj llas alwayn paid tho highest rate of j r O in tcresl allowed byjavvjvhich at present i3 & C BlIHillPKK lll.nv lw t en ncii ,.4,w1 I... .. ...11 . lit "iui.tiimvu i,y ?rirrn?? v -P0 ol0"i(1 bo "tlflrf,ssel OFFICKI19: TI Charles P. Smith, Iresldent. ITcnry Greene, Vice-President F. IV. Ward, Treasurer. ' Ierry' 2"d VIco-Prcsldcnt. Ef S. i3lam. Asst. Trcai. Soundness to the Core should be a characteristic of any bank that seeks the confidence of tho public. "Available assets" is a significant term and should be printed in bold type in the bankers' lexicon. The successful bank is not bom, it is MADE and this is possible only after years of experience with the ups and dowii3 incident to tho business and success is always imitated. Let us tell you more about it in a heart to heart talk. Id l'Si BURLINGTON TBUST CO. City &-2aI! Square NorSh. Jt'I.V 10 jfl.Y 10 JULY 10 JCLY 10.m.T 10 DeposltN innele unlll .It I,Y I? .v H m tm "C-Jk'l nsr MI m m H V WlnoosUI, t. Orunnlxed In lSuO. Jlns I'ald f'ni n Pint CTJ-Vr. Intereit Inee Jcnunrr 1, Ifior. Depolt of fT2.000.00 or Irsi can suMr be made by mull. Assets May 31, 1910, $1,605,235.72 Surplus $131,410.00 (Interest Is credited January 1 and July 1) ornciiifi! Tiirs-rnnsi Oroiond ( olr. rrxldrnt. Onoond Col, Umorj" C. Mower, l.tnory ( . Moer, lei-- Oimnn P. liny, C. It. Slilmminl Orinnn P. rt..-. !Te-slile-nl, It. J. Wlilti. O. 11. r. i ' II. ... flriiy, Ircnieircr. 4 .m i.v io iii,v to iri.v io jri.v lo ji;i,v 10 I ' I INTEREST WE ARE NOW PAYING E 5 r. i. IiI.V3I, President ARTIST CHOOSER THE OPEN DOOR Had Eroken Engagement because of 111 Health Shot Himself through Head. New York, June 14 Ijeon Cuypon, well known us an artist and Illustrator, shot hlrr.flelf through the he-ad In his MUdlo hero to-day nnd was found dead on the tloor, a revolver hy his side-. II. C Mer rill, a friend, said to-night that Ouypon had heen emrawe-d to Mlu-5 Acnes Foster. dauKhti-r of a Boston banltor, but had ' hroken tho etiKat'ement because of ill health. He miffcrcd with heart trouble and had been told by phys-lclans that he mlnht died at any time-. Warned hy a hysterical letter, Mr. Merrill hattene-d to the studio this after noon, hoplns that ho Mould be In tlma to dhssuado Ouypon fiom duln.; anything rash. Hut when he throw open the studio door Cluypon was de.iel. Hoforo kllllm? himself tho younij artist sent to his llnneo a check for I7,:i2, "and tho pennies I had saved," as ho expressed lt In a lotter to his trie! d Merrill. In his letter to Merrill, ho wrote: "Slnco I came back to New York feir no apparent reason my heart went all to pieces attain. I told you It was my throat and my stomach. I suffer more than words can describe. No doctor can help me, and I fully realize that I am doomed. "I do not want to poison her bright, happy lite, yet 1 cannot llvo without her. I have fought manfully, but I am beaten. So there Is but one hon orable path open to mo and I Muill calmly Mep Into lt boeauso my con ncinnco l clear." Tho artist's will, written In his own hand, was found on a table. READY BY SEPTEMBER. Work In Preiert-ia on JVoev Plant of LlKht nnd Pemer Company, Tho PurllnRton I.lffht & Power com pany expect to havo their now plant, now helnff built at tho sorse, In operation by Keptenihcr, when toe company will hnv-j pewer in adelltlon to that now Kenorate-d at tho iiorgo and at tho proposed power ttathm to ho erected at Kf-sex Junction, Water power In Vermont is very uncer tain durlnir tlio dry months tn summer und tho new plant will serve to tldo ovor all such onieririmcles. Tho new plant will consist of two 1,0 kilowatt steam turbines, but It Is expoot-1 ed that only ono of tho turbine will l- put In opemtlon this son son. Tlio hulld IliK helnif erected to house tho turbines Ih W hy W fe-ot, has brick walls, a concrete foundation and Iron roof, makltiK lt abso lutely flro proof. F. II. Parker, mamiper of tho company, state-d ye-Htenlay that nothing was being done with tho proposed plant at Ksaox Junction at present, ns there Is no busl !ies for tho extra power that would ba manufactured there. However, If busl liesn warrants mmo power, tho work of hulldlnif tho new plnut will bo com menced at once. Merchnnt-messaKcs for you to-day a plenty, and Impoitantl 1. Ifinn ft r.i, U iii.iu tin wiiii n?l ill lt'IMll, Vll '""I cheeks mndo pnyable to tho lo elrievi- li.lere-K from July lt. JfS l.B Kk Me mr k. Ft. lllinvo,,,!. X. K. ItHOWN, Trrnsorer. FAREWELL 10 STORIC CHAPEL Solemn Services at West Point Mark Abandoning of Old House of Worship. West Point, N. Y.. June 13. Tha dedication of tho new cadet chapol and tho ceremony of bidding farewell to the old chapol took place at tho U. S. Military Academy yesterday. The old chapel, built tn 1 S3-?, of tha colonial type, Is intimately linked with tha history of the acadomj-. and lt was thero that many of tha nation's horoos worshipped. In tho plan f'r tho cn lanromont of tho academy it has n t heen possible, to retain all tho old bulldlnKS, so the chapul must trlve way to tha onward march. Tha llttlo chapel will not pass from vlow, how ever, but it will ho taken down, stone for stone, and rebuilt ah a mortuary ond stand at tho entrance) of the post oomotory, whore rest mnny who wor shipped within Its walls With tho rain drenching them, tho cadets stood bareheaded faclnsr CoL H. I Scott. itH superintendent, and his staff, Kroupe-d bohlnd Chaplain Tra vori on tho steps of tho vacateel chapel, tho Apostlos' Creivl and prayer wro said and tha cnelets sane? "Tho Corps," wrlttem by former Chaplain Horbo't Shlpman and dedicate! to tho corps of cadets Dr. Shlpman was to havo ad dressed, tho cadots, but the rain pre vented. Headed hy thn band tha cadets, offi cers and vUltlntr alumni marched to tho new chapel, evory man uncover ing as ho passed tho old placo of wor ship. Tho now chapel la nt the foot of old Fort Putnam, and looks down upon tho academy from a holKht of 120 feot. A memorial window above tho altar was Riven hy the Kraduntes of tho academy, and It ts said hy architec tural exports to he a work of quality unexcelled In America. no woNin;n. Tho ancients thousht tho world was flat, I'm really not surprlse-d at that; We'd find It flat, I dare to say. If w wero llvlnc In their day. Just think, they had no nutes then, No fchow Klrls to dellht tho men, No pipes to smeiko and no clears. No cocktails ecrved nt hanelsema bara, No bndKo to play nnd no pink teas, No liners speeding o'er tho seas, No yellow Journals nnd no flats. No womem's monstrous picture hats. No tnrlff problem to attack, No kowum that button up the hack. No end seat hoss with manners rude, No luonki-yiiiK with the price of food, No Ico hills, no cold storage eirss. No bunco stecrers und no yesns, No trolley cars with clamj and whirr, No Teddy to keep things astir ay, Is it any wonder that The undents thought tho world was flat? Hoston Transcript. nun siutiNa hat. Wifey My new sprlnir hat Is a dream deal est. Hubby Thanh tpjodncss, I Bet th0 nlarr tlock! , I - J 4 BANK