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VOL. LXXXIV. NEW SEI - I VOL. LVT.
BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910. NUMBER 52. n j MM C M T T M onoi"ary Degrees for Julia 0. R. Dorr, W. P. Stafford, H. W. Hill, Irving Bacheller. 1LASS OF 1910 NUMBERS 38 Annual Dinner Served to 225-McCulloug-h Gymnasium Provid ed For. Associated Alu mni Elects Officers. Mlddlobury, June 22. The frra fluatlng exorcises of the 110th commencement of Mlddlebury Col lege were held this mornlnir In the Congregational Church. The faculty Undents and nlumnl formed on tho campus at 10 a. m. and marched 'to the church, accompanied by the col lege hand. The following program was rcn aered at the graduation exercises of the class of 1910, numbering 3S: Music prayer; essay, with r.alutn tory uddrepops, Alice Florenco Ray mond; oration, "The Spirit of Attack," Harold Denlo Ieach; essay, "Know ledge as Power," Gretta Ann Cater; music; oration, "The Conservation of the Classics," Harlan Sylvester Per rlgo, .Tr; essay, ''Tho Call of the Moun tains," Angelina Mary Wilcox: ora tion, "The Roman Virtue," George Edward Shaw; music; oration, with valedictory addresses, "The Atmos phere of Our Colleges," Herbert Emor-t-on Worden; conferring of degrees; benediction. HONORARY DEGREES COXPRRRED. The following honorary degrees were ronf erred: Timothy Prescott Frost, pastor of the First Methodist Church, EvariFton, III., Christian pastor and preacher, wise and discerning Interpreter of tho mysteries of religion, faithful and trusted counsellor of Inquiring youth, an honor to native Etnte ond to tho ministerial calling, doc tor of divinity. Henry Wayland Hill, member of the New York State Senate from the city pf Buffalo, lawyer and statesman, up holder of the nobler ethics of tho pro fession of the law, leader In the financial legislation of a great commonwealth, pat ron of classical learning, historian and benefactor of the Chumplaln valley, doc tor of law. George Nye Boardmon, professor em eritus of Chicago Theological Seminary, scholar, author and dlvlno historian of the Now England theology, preserver for a generation of tho dignity of the Now England masters of sacred learning, con servator of tho spiritual treasures of the past In loyalty to the continuing revela tions of the living God, lung since pro fessor of English literature In this col lege and life-long student nf the host English prose and verse, doctor of let !ers. Irving Bacheller. tonrnalUt and nuthor, rivld delineator of sterling character, lover of the northlnnd and Its strong and simple manhood, a wholesome force In American fiction, dor tor of letters. Wendell Phillips Stafford, Justice of the Supreme Court of tho District of Columbia, seer o' a poet's visions In wood land valley and teeming town, companion if the mystic and the lovers of beauty of all ages Vermont's first orator, learn d end equal Jurist in the capital of the nation, doctor of letters. In conferring tho degreo of doctor of Utters upon Mrs. Julia C. R. Dorr. President Thomas said; Gracious I.ady: You will remember a great day years ogo when old Father Morrill, Puritan bis hop of Mlddlebury and a good portion of Vermort. ompllmented you for writing on the blackboard of the little one-story !choolhouso on tho west side of Pleasant Itnet tho list of English kings from Julius Caesar to William the Fourth without a blunder. Since that day you have written the peace and beauty of our northern val leys, tho fragrance of tho woodland flowers, the tender hopefulness of aut umn Minsets, the Joy of llttlo children, nil without a blunder. You havo sung your quiet way to the hearts of Vor- mont'o men and women. In token of the ffcctlon and honor they bear you, the tollege of your girlhood home confers upon you the degree of doctor of let ters. COMMENCEMENT DINNER. The annual commmencement dinner vaa held at one o'clock to-day in the Inside Inn at the fair grounds. About fc.'. people were in attendance. President Thomas introduced as the first speaker, the Rev. Geo. Nvo Board wan who had been given tho degree f Lltt. D. In the morning. Mr. Board man named a few of the men In tho arly history of the college, who had iinrlted this drgreo., among them J. J. Jax. '39, and H. M. Hudson, '40. His wealth of reminiscence was received with applause. ?"h?,m Xt?"ak'T Wn!' the IIon' "y W. Hill of Buffalo, whoso remarks In art follow; REMARKS OF HENRY W. HILL. President Thomas, Governor Prouty rrutoes, Alumni and Alumnae M Middle Wy College, ladles and Gontlemeni No no familiar with the hlitory of Middle kury College and with Its unique position s one of the leading classical Institutions of Now England, can be Insensible to the honor conferred upon one who becomes the recipient of one of Its degrees, wheth tr In course or otherwise, and 1 so for lially received Into the fellowship of Its Mstlngulshed graduated. Amid tho exhilarating commencement ixerolses of thn day, such a reception to mo on his return to his native State, pro reihlal for tho Intelligence, culture and refinement of lis enterprising citterns md tho solidity of Its educational, as well in Its political Institutions, forcibly re minds one that Vomiont, In the iodal unrest of the times re mains truo to Its traditions, end through I colleges and other literary Institutions Is still dls-emimitlng wholesomo Instruc tion, not only In relation to the funda mentals of our republican form of gov ernment, but also In relation n c that tend o adorn and beautify whatover tney toucn. For n century this Institution i. ...... ,,,,vji;j- the .Lpei vision of learned presidents nn,i scliol.v 'i professors, eouncilled by llber-al-inin.lr-d nnd generous trustees, has up hold ti ethical ns well as the moral standai 'I- of higher education and has exerted ,i marked Influence on the Intel lectual IT- of the State nnd nation. Fn- der lt went management, with rr-l- dent TM k presiding over Its depart ments ,m.1 '.unities. It Is forging forward Into a u! - domain of onnortunltv. use fulness ni1 power. The Inf -'ty of Interest exhibited In the solution "f t) e complex problems of our progres.Mr. . lvillr.nt!on will not obscure the vision of those who nro grounded In tho principles taught In such Institutions as this, v hi' n with other educational In stitutions, l doing much to perpetuate In this republic i keen apprnslatl m nt the Importance of the recognition of the An. glo-Snxon prln Iples of Individual liberty. individual ownership of property, and In dividual Inl'l.itlve nnd opportunity em bodied In the mnxlm of the equality of all before the law The maintenance nf these principles mid others that are funda mental In our civic nnd religious liberty, together with 'he promotion of the llber.il and tho lino arts are worthy tho study, the efforts and the culture of our colleges nnd universities. Their sphere of usefulness Is growing, nnd If they, in spreading nbroiid through their alumrl ,i better understanding of tho origin, development and destiny of our American Institutions nnd nt what sacrifice they wete founded, are able to iltsnlre In thn rUlrilr iFAiiprnllnM .-l.. nf lofty patriotism thit will enable It to stem the rising tide of socialism and to overcome the growing tendency to In dulge In sensationalism, they will havo made the State still further th?lr debtor, In thus arresting the progress of two of the many Insidious evils that, unchecked, may ultimate; endanger the perpetuity of our republican Institutions. Mr. President. I gratefully accept thn honor conf ned upon me, and I .dulge In the hope that Mlddlobury College, you, Its president, and Its nlumnl may con tinue to enjoy the good will of the peo- (Continued on page 2.) LIBRARIANS IN SESSION. Annual Meeting; Held In .St. Johnsbury Institute Oprnv To-day. St. Johnsbury, June 21. The Vermont Library association held Its annual meet ing hern to-day with an attendance of librarians from all parts of tho State. At tho morning session reports were given by the various officers of the as sociation showing the progress of library work In nil tho different counties. In the afternoon papers vvr-r -old by Mrs. F. Wellington Bragg nf Rutland on "Tho Value of tlvn Story Hour," Illus trated by story telling: by G. D. Smith of Burlington on "The Need of Books on Practical Subjects for the Small Library," and by Mrs. Belle H. Johnson of the Connecticut IJbrary commission on "The Selection of Fiction." These papers were followed by discussion In which many of the visiting librarians took part. The meeting closed with an address In tho evening by the Rev. C. J. SMples of Burlington on "Jane Austlne mid Hit Novels" and a reception In the art gallery of the St. Johnsbury Anthaeneum A three-day Institute for the fre In struction of lthrarlans will be opei . .1 to morrow morning In the academy l.n'i.llng .by tho State board of library nnmls (loners. Mrs. Johnson of Conncctl .' and Mis. Cnamberlaln of Fomfret are the In structors, FLEETWOOD IS CONFIDENT. Candidate Is Sure of 3i' Votes on First Ballot. Morrlsvllle, Juno 21 F. G. Fleetwood, candidate for governor, l enthusiastic over his prospect for securing the nom ination. Ho says that ho Is ccrtnin of 3:5 delegates nnd Is confident that It will not bother him to win from the time other candidates a sufficient number of dele gates to glvo him the 34$ necessary to insure the nomination, Dr, John A. Mettd professes to bo con flduit that he will be nominated on the first ballot. COTTON rCTt'RES CLOSE. New York, June 22 Cotton futures closed steady. Closing bids. Juno 15.11; July 15.13; Aug. 11.73; Sept 13 M, Oct. 1S.M; Nov. Z.Zf; Dec 12.33, Jan. 11.29; March 12.3). BILLS RAPIDLY Senate Approves Retiring Justice ' Moody House Passes Recla mation Bill. Washington, June 21 After nnsslne tho Reneral deficiency appropriation bill, tne last of tho great supply meas ures, and the bltl io retire Justice Moody, tho Senate to. day again took up tho postal savings bonk hill nnd spent about four hours In discussing tho motion by Senator Carter to con cur In tho Houso bill. An agreement won reached to vote on It at flvo o'clock to-morrow. The Houso hold n night session and passed tho arid land reclamation bill, providing for the Issuance of certifi cates of Indebtedness to provide u fund of 20,000,000 for the reclamation of arid lands, Earllor In tho session the House agreed to the conferonco report on tho naval bill nnd to a partial report on tho undry civil bill, sending the lot tor measure back to conference for further consideration of Senate amend ments still In dispute. The substitute offered by the Sonnto to the House land withdrawal bill was accepted without amendment. CONGRESS PASSES HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT Local Items of Interest Prom All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES From the Island in the Lake to the Passumpsic, Along Otter Creek and by the Shores of White River. MIDDLEBURY. Tho delegates elected to represent Mlddlobury In the Ktnto republl ean convention nro Joseph Bat tell, T. F Burns, Mllo Day, 1). C. Noble. ,T. E. Weeks und W. W. Wood; alter nate, R. S. Benedict, II. E. Merrill, A. J. Blnckmer, T. C. Gullcy, E. G. Seeley nnd J. II. Stewart; to the district conven tion. Allen Cnlhoun, E. P. Seymour, D. M. D.iy, Marl; IJIt-sctt, John Sargent and C. H. Wllll.imson; alternates, C. 11. Kee-e, Charles Cndv, Nelson Seymour, C. E. Harris, A. N. McQulvoy and George C. Mead: to the county convtntlon, II. E, Merrill. T. E. Boyce, F. G. Brooking C. I. Button. George H. Chaffee. A. V. Dick ens, George Ehlredge, Genrgo Kidder, Isaac I.avonche Jr., C. J Mathews, D. J. M( Cormir U. I,. E. Mellon, M. K. Moore, C M. Itemcle, Cliailcs F. Rogers, LOWS OP CITY HALL WITH BGMB Desperate Attempt at Robbery Results in Death of Desperado after Hot Pursuit. Frlcdberg, Ilepe, June 22. A desperate nttempt at robbery, which occurred here lnte this aftei noon resulted In two deaths nnd the wounding of sevenl persons. A bomb v.ns exploded altout half past four o'clock In the city hall. Tho roof, doors and windows were shattered and the staircases destroyed. The ofllclals who still were at their desks maivi llou-lv escaped being killed and they made their way out of the building by ineani of lad deis. In the meantime n m;u-kod burglar en tend tho adjoining branch of the Imp rial bank and attacked thn manager, who resisted. The lobber then drew n, revolver and hot the manager In thi neck. He telzed a quantity of bunk notes nun some gold nnd lied. Having gnlned the Mreet, ho mounted a bicycle and daubed of In th direction of Nauheim. A gieat crowd, attracted by the explr.slcn, pursued thr. despeindo, who repeatedly fired. One boy was killed and two othern wcio wounded. The police Jumped Into an nutomobllo ami sped after the mm, finally over taking him. Flndini; that h. could not ercupe, the robber sprang off his blc.wle and fired ills la.st shot Into his temple, falling dead on the str-i't. He was recognized a.- a chauffeur nam id Barkensleln, who was .-uspected some time ago of placing a bomb in lrnnt of a prominent bankers houso In Frank fort. London, June Si John K, Redmond and other noted nationalists gave a dinner to night In honor of William J. Bryan at the House of Commons. CGLOMEL BATTEL S OS THE TR Would Institute Legal Proceed ings in Connection with Cam paign Expenditures. Montpeller, June 21. It is announced that Joseph Battell, publisher of thn Mid- I dlebiiry Reglstrr, bus been seeking con sultation Willi Attori ey-Gen, ial S.ugent for the puiposo or ascertaining what steps aie necessary to Institute a ptosecullun 111 connection with t ho expenditure of money In tho piosent campaign for Iho goveinoishlp. Mr. Bnllell Is said to bo convinced that money has been spent Illegally In various towns nnd If ho can secine the neecssniy pioof he will push the enforcement of the law to the limit. An onglneer of tho Boston Maine railroad nnd eight assistants nro at Windsor making t Ho outline for the preliminary surve of a brunch line which will run 1,1 miles, from Wind sor to West Lebanon, N. ., on tie oast side of tho Connecticut river Whon this road Is completed the Boston & Maine will discontinue the use of the Central Vermont track between Windsor and White River Junction, addison E. C. Ryder, J. O. Seelcj', E. C. flovpr mice, E. J. Slmmbo, J H. Stowart and K. E. Wlssull; nltr-rn.it cm, Wallor 15. Howard, W. W. McGllton, O. H. Atwood, N, J. Iloudrcati, Charles llrookn, P. B. Cloytc, W. II. Cobb, O. II. C'ushmnn, Ed ward Goulctlo, M. A. Hahar, Germain Hope, Henry F. Jo", O R. Lnngwnrthy, George E. Marshall, C. W. Mathews, P. E. Mcllcn, Harrison Phillips. J. K. Piper, C. J. Sccley, Isaac Stearns, and E. H. Thomas. The following town cotnmltteo was chosen: Thomas F. Burns, John E. Weeks, E. C. Severance, C. II. Rciuele, and Thomas E. Boyce. Tho patipor enso of tho town of Orwell vb. tho town of Shoreham was brought to n head In tha Addison county court J'llday, when the Jury 'DS'DHJ JOAooot 01 nuoi ;jpilliilrt ot(l ;o .toAuj uj joip.io.v u mAV poti-tntoj County court remained In session until llilj o'clock Saturday forenoon nnd then took a recess until two o'clock Monday afternoon, with the case of H. C. Potter vs. I. N. Cliaso still tini.er consideration. Judge W. W. Miles und Mis. Miles re mained In town over Sundny to attend the opening exercises of tho Mlddlebury College commencement. Ir Ing G. Woo-Met- of West Cornwall died suddenly Fri day evening nt hl home nt the ago of 76 J'oi.r.i. Mr. Woostor had been one of the best known dealers In sheep In Addi son county nnd became wealthy when sheep were nearly ns good as gold 30 und S3 years ago. lie was about tho list of J the old Cornwall men to keep up the breeding of the Spanish Merino strain nnd leaves the largest flock In the coun ty nt his death Mr. Wooster leaves a . Mow. alter J. liose claims tho l.l:".et of tho scison, which turnstiles S by 6 1-2 Inches. The fiilirril of Phillip I'tlgnr of We. - bridge was held from the Catholic Church In Middlebi.ry Saturday morrlng, tho 'Rev. J. D. Shannon offUlntlng. Ml-s Julia It. Bell of St. Paul, Minn., nnd her nloe, Miss Jnli i I! 01 Ollswold, of St Louis. Mo., ."re In town. Miss Mnrrj.iret Qulnli.ii nnd M1ss Hazel Doody .no at Vr.t Rutin, d.F. W. Hovey of Worces ter. Mass., Is In town. The campaign for V. M. C. A. contributions of .", started Jui e 7, to be completed within a week, did iidI re-Milt h.s sucressfully an had been Imped, hugely due to Illness in the family ol tho countv secretary. J. Sterling Mi-ran, who hud to give up his plan". However, St. ST,,) were subscribe d. Mis. Ed ward II. Ilarrlirnn of North Adanis.Mass. Is a guest at Hie Rev. A. E. .lurrlni.in's. Gc-oige M. Rommel of Washington. Pi of. C. K. Curtis, of the Iowa experi ment station ni- tho guests of Supt. F. W. Hammond at the government Mor gan horse farm. Mr. nnd Mis. Charles E. Prentiss of Chicago are In town. Thomas Cnrilgnn of Pittsfnrd Is visiting hi re.- Wnrien Hooker and Randal Rock wood are In Boston. Mrs. Mary Gates .md Miss Funny Gates of Franklin are m town. The Rev. F, M. Wllcon, Mrs. Wilson and her sister, Mrs. Treinalno, Went S.ittirday to New York and will sail for Europe for a three months' trip. Tho l!rv. II. M. IVnslow ivill have charge of 11. v. church. iiiorge Hunt b-t,' ti.ided tin f.irm Known ns iho Bo-doy place two miles south of this village, with S. R. Kendall of Rutland, for real estate in that city. Tins exchange will not be made until tho coming fall. Mr. Hunt re sides In Rutland anil has never occupied the ii eml.e. Rotf-rt Ciuttnell has gone to Sherhrooke, Canada, for a islt to bl- brother. The condition of Mls.r Mainl l'arkhlll, who has been seriously sick for hvo weeks, Is roported slightly Improved ltoheit M CntllliM nf T.nn.lmi n f.irmr.,. I .Mlddlehiiry bov and now n Kurope.in rep resentative of the Associated Picas, Is vis iting here. Miss Sophia Wilds nf New Voik Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L A. Skifl'. Samuel L. Miner and daughter, MNs Grace M. Miner of Cincinnati. Ohio, are in town for commencement. Mr. .Miner was graduated from the lo-nl col lege Just 50 years ago. Cyiille Bniuelle re lumed Monday to Greenfield. Miis--.. wheie he has a position for the summer and fall. William F. L.irook of -Milton Is I -lsltlng his brother, William J. Lirock. Both were in lhe Philippines with the 13rd i;. S. Inf intry after the war with Spain, and both had previously servrd In the 1st Vonnorit volunteers. Mr. .md Mrs. I). Powers of Bennington. Mr. and Mis. A. B. Currier of Mlll-boro, N. Y., Aithur W. Pieeh of Boston. !:. B. Park "f Worcester, Mnf.s.. anil Ralph II White of i iford. M.iss., are among the vlsltois it-! in t'.wn. Drln A. Smith of Goshen Is vis ins M lailvfs In this vicinity - At a consul- son was taken to tho city prison to t.itlon nf physicians on Sunday In the case j day on a charge of violating tho au "f I'eter King, It was decided that Mr. itomoblle speed laws, having been ar- Kitg mi. st undergo without delay an operation for appendicitis, which is com I'llraled with an nbscess, and th man was taken for that purpose to Mary Fletcher hospital In Burlington on the early train Monday morning.- Daniel I). SuUh.in I'.is gone to BrUlport to remiiln until fall. J. B. (ibb has broken ground for an iitniuoblle garage and machine Minp for lhe firm of Cobb Bros., his sons, which will stand In Bakery lane to the rear of the now Cobb block on Main street. Frank Million lias retiirnrd ftom a visit with lelatlvi 111 Wlnrmskl. The 510,('irt damage suit uf II, C. Potter s. 1. N. Cliaso occupied the attention of i'e county ecu:- .ill da Tm-idav The divorce co-e of Jennie A. Dutton vs. Adel i i'it W. Dutton w .i- hoard In the eventu';. The parties ic-ldo In Goshen and the bill was grained on the ground nf Intolerable severity. Joseph Hay was bet'nrn Justice Tied M. Footn Tuesdov morning iiul I leaded guilty to Intoxication. He was lined V and costs, which ho paid. Russell l ircle, Ladles of the G. A. R will hold a supper In the hall on Monday evening and tho proceeds will go toward the Rodman sun recently given :o RUssell Post by thn war departmen hern and mounting It on the park. Tho ,31111 will he on the u iv In .1 short time.- The price I I11'1'' for " hcl'1 ''titter on nnrket day this week was 2'i cents ,1 pound nnd eggs hi ought 23 cents a dozen. Tho olfeiiugs t.f both were lighter than the average for t l.o season - Among tho now artlv.ils In town aie Mr. und Mrs. A. W. Sloeum "f .New York c ity, Miss Lydla Rettl and Miss Anna M. Harvey of Pioctor, O. J. Wil liam of Rutland, Dr. Jlcrinun Phllllplsnii 1 f Hraudoii and D.inlel J. Kelley of Wat erloo, N. Y. F. F. Demi nf Boston Is at the Addison 111 spite of three hard frosts which, It .viis thought, had rulnrd tho rtiawheiry rop tin oiiKhoiit this section large iuun MUes of gulden berries nro now brought 'i.to town und ictnll for If, and 10 cents or ciiiait. Field beirles hnvo also made heir appearance. They are Ini'jft In size md leudlly command 2D cents a niiarl -MI-h Giaee O'Couiiell of New Yotk city - l-ltlng her parents. Mr. and .Ml" 1 )' uinieil Joseph Murry. In'urod 1 ' plent of tho New York Milk eotiipin 'onduv, when a plank fell upon hl '.osd (Continued on pnitc T FOB PRESIDENT Senate Concurs in Houso Amend ments to Postal Savings Bank Bill. COMPLETE TAFT SCHEDULE Thrco Insurgent Senators Cast Their Ballots in Negative with Democrats. Provi sions of Measure. Washington, Juno 2. After votln? down several amendments, the Senate to- day decided U to If., to concur It. the I u,M-M.i.nv.. cu u- t u.intc mil aim inus iook inu i;mi icgisisi- i tlve step necessary to tho establishment I of a postal savings bank system In tho I'nlted States. Tho measure was Included In the administration schedule and Its pii'-sage marks another triumph for Presi dent Tnft. Mot of the Insiirzont republican" voted lor the measure but Senator:" Bilstow, Cummins and 11 Follotte refused to yield and cast their ballots In the negative with the democrats. Senator Chamberlain can the only democratic vote for the bill. The bill before It gos to the President provides for the designation of postofllces n.s postal savings depositories. The open ing of such depositories I left to the dis cretion of a board of three trustees, tho postmaster-general the M-eretnrv of tho tieasurv and the nttornev-gcneral. This ML RIUMPH 1 oanl li given completn control of tho the Spanish steamer rebrero, from Bll depcltorles nnd of their funds. As It i ban for Newport. Tho sailor says that will require cnnsldr raMe time for the 1 the stesmer foundrred with her crew of iionrd to prepare Its regulations, It Is Im- :3 off Land's Knd Monday night. CORNELL RECEIVES ft LARGE BEQUEST Major Part of Goldwin Smith's Million Dollars Goes to Uni versity. Ithaca. N. Y.. June 22. Cornell Univer sity will lecelve the major part of the estate of Goldwin Smith, who was promi nently Identified with the eaily history of the university. Professor Smith died recently at his homo In Toronto. Announcement of the bi quct was made by President Schuriiian to tho Alumni association to-d.iv. Its value will not be known until the ecutors file the petition for probate next week. The will says: "1 make this bequest to show my attach ment to the utiHer.-lty, to pay respect to I'zra Cornell and to show my attachment as an F.ngllshmun to the union of tho two branches of our race on this continent and with their common mother." Although Dr. Smith was never a busi ness man and had lived In retirement for many years. It Is estimated that his for tune will be found worth nearly H.WO.OOO. JOHNSON ARRESTED FOR SPEEDING HIS AUTO. San Francisco, June r2. Jack John- rested In one of the crowded business streets while driving his big car. He was released on $.10 hall. Johnson was ariosted at his training ramp, where he had loi kid himself In, Three policemen broke In and with drawn revolver.! took the negro from the room. L'nder advice the Chief of Police Martin, a charge of resisting an officer wns changed to one of ex- feeding the speed limit. OHIO DEMOCRATS NAME HARMON Again Nominate the Ticket and Believe He Will Resign to Try for National Honors Early in Term. Dayton, Ohio, June 'J2. -The Democratic party of Ohio goes into the State cam paign this fall with Judsoti Harmon as Its uindldnte for Governor and President. The democratic State convention which completed Its labors to-day endorsed him for tho presidency after It had ie. nominated him for Governor by acclama tion. The belief held by tunny delegates that iho Governor will resign shortly after the beglnnlns of his new term In older to become a candidate before Iho next lemocratlc uutlonul convention was voiced 1 y former Gov. James V,. Campbell. The x -governor ln.'odmed Atlee I'omerene of ''anton, tho nominee for lleiitenaut-gov 1 not. "Here Is the mnn," ho slid, "who will e llnutr-nant-govenior for six months ,id the Governor for a year and six ".OlltllS." Both of these nebulous ptomotlons, lowever, weie accomplished agaliift the ,'HliiHt protests nf their Imiiellcluils ' ivewor Hnimon miido n futllci request f the resolutions committee that they mil the presidential endorsement resolu Ion saying that Ik - ' - - rnt possible at this time to predict when the postal banking system will be m operas tlon. In theso depositories any person over 10 ycarH of iiro may deposit ono dollar or multiples of that amount. Pass books will bo Issued and Inter est allowed at tho rate of two pur cent, per annum. No person may de posit more than $100 In any month nor have exceeding lf00 to his credit at any time. The withdrawal of funds la to bo permitted at any time. The postal savings funds thus ac cumulated are to bo placed In state and national banks In tho communities. In which the deposits nro made, nnd the banks are to be required to pay 2Vi per' cent. Interest. Five per cent. of the total deposits Is to be held by the treasurer of tho United States as re.sorve to guarantee the payment of depositors. Banks munt deposit security In the shape of publlo bonds to Insure the rafety of deposits. There a provision authorizing tho withdrawal of 30 per cent, of the deposits for Investment In l?ovornment bonds, and depositors are permitted to transmute their deposits Into bonds when they so desire. There also la a special provision authorizing1 the Investment In bonds of the rcinalnlnK 65 per cent, of the savings funds, but this stop Is to bo taken only when directed by the pre sident In tho Interest of the general welfare. - n Postmasters In fourth class offices r(, t0 fac nadtlonnl compensa- ,on for tholr services In connection with the depositories and postal sav ings accounts In tbo banks are to bo kept separato from all other accounts, It Is expressly declared of tho bill Itself that "tho faith of tho United States Is solemnly pledged to the pay ment of tho deposits made In postal rnvlnrrs depository offices, with ojj cured Interest thereon as therein pro vided." SAILOR WASHED ASHORE. He Clntms to He Only Survivor of Ship's Crcv. London. June 22 A Spanish "sailor, who I was washed ashore at Ponxanro yestor ' day, di-Ims to be the onlv survivor of COUNTY TICKET NAMED. Hnrd right fur MierllV Nomination In Caledonia County, 1 St. Johnsbury, June 22. The republican j county convention to-day nominated the i following ollicers: Senators, David 12. Porter of St Johnsbury, Dr. S. 12. Darling of Hardwlek; assistant Jud8.es, F. M. Page of Groton, W. Brown of Waterford: State's attorney. R. W. Slmonds of St. Jolinnbury; sheriff, W .11. Worthen of St. Johnsbury: .! dqe of ptobnt, W. P. Smith of St. JoluiHbury. There were two contests. 1 A. Darling of Burke was a candidate for senator against S. R. Darling of Hardwlek. Tin vote stood 21 to 21. The hardeM tight was over sheriff. Georgo F. Winch of Mcln doos, for the past six years In otile.;, sought a renomlnation but was defeated by Worthen, 32 to 27. Four delegates came from Ilvegate, where thn legulnr caucus ended In a row j without an election. They weio elected at a caucus held later but the convention refused to nh them j-eats. This caused considerable hard feeling. FARM BUILDINGS BURNED Loss from I'nosbiirjr Center nbniit K-V-.Oil. "Ire It. Encsburg Fall.-, June 22 The barns nnd out buildings 011 the farm of Mrs. John C. Spooner nt Encsburg l enter were, burned shortly after noon to-day. The loss Is about $2,fJY with Insurance of Jl.000. The first started In a shed adjoining tho horso barn soon after the men had left for, tho fields. With the exception of one hog all of tho stock was iaved but much farm machinery was lost. Tho house was saved by tho onergotlc work of a bucket brigade. SPOT COTTOX MARKF.T New York, June 2S Cotton spot closed dull 10 points lower, middling uplands ir,.20j do gulf RID. sales 1,040 balcj. BOSTON COPPER MARKET. Boston, Juno 22 Although tho opening weak, tho local copper stocks recov ered Its lo.ses of yesterdav, to-day, and at noon some of the leading Issues touch cd tho hlshest levels for tho pat two weeks. Later In the day the market be j rame llt'ess but clored flint. FOR PRESIDEN i1 Governor to Head State flu lit on State Issues and did not want na tlonal Issuer Injected Into tho coming campaign. He was told that It could not be provented. I'omcttne demanded that ho be not compelled to make tho sacrifice, as he teimed It of accepting tho nominal Ion for .second place. Although his name was not placed In nomination he had nearly enough votes on the firnt ballot to notii Inula him. He formally withdrew, but on the tecum! ballot before the roll call wns completed ,the nomination was mado unanimous, lie naked time to consider the mutter find after 1111 hour's confer euce with his friends announced he would accept. The pi oposllloii to rndors-e n candidate for United States senator, which was suggested by William J. Bryun, recelv ed hut 51 out of the l.Ol'.i voles In tho convention. Tho pioposnl had been sin cesFlvely defeated In the Stato central cotiiiiiltloe, lhe rules committee and the resolutions committee The convention endorsed tho propos for 11 constitutional convcn'lin. n um tlon that will be voted upon b the pi ole tills fall. , ROOSEVELT HOT IS 11 M TAFT Minnesota Republicans Vote to Lay "My Policies" on the Table. ENDORSE ADMINISTRATION Insurgent Element Succeed!! Ir Obtaining Passage of Resolu tion Favoring Conserva tion of Resources, St. Paul, Minn., June 21 Endorsing th v.ise and conciliatory" administration of President Taft. but laylmr on tha table by an overwhelming vote a resolu tion "reaffirming our unaltcraNo support of thn policies promulgated by Theodort Roosevelt," tho Minnesota republican Stato convention to-day nominated a folt State tickit The delegates also endorsed tho work of aU Minnesota, memfbers In Congress "for their efforts In endeavor ing to secure legislation in tho interests of the people." Gov. A. O. FJberhart was nominated for r-nlectlon by acclamation. Seiuitor Moses B. Clapp was unanim ously Indorsed for re-election. Tho Insurgent element, led by Hugh T. Halbert, obtained tho poosfyre of a resolution In favor of tho oonsorvatlDn of national resources "along tha lines suggested by Theodoro Rooeovelt, bu( his efforts to got favorablo action on t resolution Indorsing tho "other Rocsr velt policies" and ft resolution denounce lug tho Dayne-AMrleh tariff bill 03 a. 'repudiation of tho pledge of the Re publican party to the American peopla" were overwhelmingly defeated. MONTPELIER SEM. CLASS DAY r.erocs Held In the Chnpel Her, r. II. lllodgelt Acts an Toustiiinn-ti-r nt Annual Banquet. MontpoUer, June 22. Following tho scrub exorcises which were attended by a large crowd, tho class day exorcises at Jljiitpeller Seminary were held this morn ing In tho chapel. Tho olllceis of the class are: President, Walter II. Gould of Worcester; vice-presi dent, Jossle N. Gilbert of East Franklin, secretary, Carrie B. Downs of Groton: treasurer, Ruth X. Gilbert of Kast Frank lin. The clns day program follows. Prayer, Roland C. Stahl of Hartland, ad dress of welcome, Walter H Gould of Worcester; oration, Beishazzar's Feast, Charles X. Bemls of Topsham. piano solo, Merlo T. Plustrldge of Northflold; la's history, Mark P. Morse if Ran dolph: poem, Herbert V. AVheo'ock of Calais, vocal solo, Avis H. 'Wheelock of Calais; class prophesies, Viola P Brown of Vers-hlre; class will, George D. Spring er of Hartford, mandolin solo, Ijucy Q. Swift of Glovxr; presentation of class key, Rachel iL Thacher of Pomfret. BANQCKT AND SPEECHES. The annual nlumnl banquet was held tliis evening in the dining hall. Because of tho fact, that the cehsbration of the 75th anniversary of the founding of tho seminary attracted hundreds of tha alumni' only a comparatively few were present this year but tho bntlre studamt body was Invited and tho hall wu wall tilled. Music was furnished by th seminar' gleo club. The Rev. V, 13. Blodgott of Dssex Juno- tlon acted ns toastmastor and the re sponses wero as follows: "On Earth Still" tho Rev. Dr. E. A. Bishop, the principal, "now We Run tho Mill," Prof. A. Cooper; "The Seminary, What It .Stands" for Judgo K. M. Harvey, for tho trusu-ns; "What tho Graduates Think," Miss Lucy Swift of Middlesex, The Alumni" Henry D. Bruce of Tufta ool- lego. NEW DORHnTORT FLAXB. Architect Frank A. Walker has prepared ut the request of Principal Bishop, plans for new dormitories at MontpoUer Sem inary which wire submitted to tn trustees to-day at their annual meeting. It Is estlmnted the building from this et of plans will cost from tlK.OCO to J160,- voO. The Income from the endowment fund would not be sufficient to erect thew buildings for several ynarB. They aro needed now and an attempt will be mado to lalso part of the money by popular subscription among tho alumni and friends of the school Tha trustees also considered to-day plans for heating tho brtintnary building during tho coining sum mer ut u cost not to exceed J.0fV). FAST GRANITE TRAIN PUT ON Products of Vermont Quarries Hurried WcKtHnrd t!:niiu;ii .Nch Arrange ment by Central Vrrmotit, St. Albans, June 21 Tho Central Ver mont railway has recently Inaugurated u new and fast train service to tho YV est foi tho hpoclal accommodation of tho granlto mnufactiuets of the State, which is bound to aid very materially In tho development and exploitation of this gicnt ond rapidly glowing Indus-try. The service Ik for a special train carry ing nothing but granite, nnd runs threa days each week from Montpeller Junction ti Port Huron, Mich., and takes on all product for the West from tho manufac tures In .Montpeller nnd Banc, Burling ton, St. Albans, Hardwlek and Svvantoii. Tho llrst train consisted of 40 cars and lift Mniitpoller Junction last Tuesday evening, It arrived In Chicago on Satur day, remarkably quick t-ervlce. Tho trains ulll be operated exclusively for grnnlta -hlpmentN and will bo maintained as long Iho 1 usiness warrants t This Is but ,e of the many the Centrnl Vermont Is "I'k'i.g "it fir the development of thr business of the State.