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TUB BURLINGTON VHEU 1'JUSSS AND TIMES: T1IUHSDAY, SETTiaiP.KR 22, V.)H).
1.1 VES AFiER HIS WHIRLPOOL TRIP I t.i..L. T n vnnvt rr...,ni . t4... A ' uapuun L?rsen Tomb! Battered 1)' Motor Boat Trip below Niagara. SHOT 20 FEET OUT OF WATER Onco tho Little Craft Turned Completely Over Five Min utes Fast on Rooks 40, 000 Watched Him. V . T,it-en In his I'tt'o rector boat, f Form, late this afternoon made n 1 ful trtt from th foot of the .'i r:.t tin il-Ii tin Whtlpo.'l rapids t V ti in 1 mile of Loss i -1 nil. a distance f four .iml i.n.' hiH 1111'. - lie started from the M.il.l of fie Ml-I d -it 4.15 C r- n n a roe! turr t.i-- merlcaii ' r i '" it the teitt.rlrj nf th Whirl 1 i rat d . Lrtr-eii w-M through safely, hr 'ii.-it vi. ,s h i:i).' hadly at the I. n I- ird tl'r.eiKh th. trip. I.nrs'.n had ! 1 t -tart at oV!.. 1;, but ho deliVtd h engine trnublo. IJesUles '1 .r.tl. threitened inti rfrra on -j 't.I.d rd attempted midde. I err. mu; inidi r t' cantilever i r -i- cnrlnu rimnlmt at top speed, lit In the f-wlft drift bi.-aK of r " whli Ipoul r.itdds. I.aiven ' ' rrildlc or the (ii.-.nnel and In ' ' i in minutes had made the "' ' ' 'he trip through the rapids i ' 'i .is lost to siulit most nt th. .t Crent Wave It v.-nr fhot ' vatcr. The hoat landed ' -i. d tT the pool. ('M LRTF.LV OVKR. ri-ht m w T-n pool, ! SC'Idl'l.t 'lplll' t the e .1 f", fi-i v. : !-(' ( i I1 . :t(r edce of the n 1 'I 1 ' 'lid down without .1 ii' iv . ! ' I the pool lh I-" ! . ' 11 . "d T.iusen was I ..f s' ' ' los.j violent - el"" " '1 I.- lib boat Mvnn:; ' l fl- -' ..nd t'e I. till u d ram . r Lai Mi 1 . .ii'im u:. biollv lcit- torcn li wi. 1hi. thi hi in hK let. I'-i 1 now or. L-irrn . - tie phiithlm; nf 11 inl'bty itvrr m ,t1,i. i .,M ii,e IIS FAIL AI FOSS Stand Patter Secures Republican Nomination for Congress by about 500 Votes. ,.1'tmr tor1 ins 1 dl trh 1 . C ' Pept 1f!. Insurirotits were vle ti ree out of the 2." concessional of Idlno's In the primary elee- 1 :.o-itell, fitandpatter repuhll- 1 1 us represented tho ninth, n ' ' il . !1 'rlrt, In Coiis,'res, for 12 years, win .! - .ted by rTcderlck II, Oansbcr pr wl y 'oadueted hii cjmpalim on an u 11 nd out Insurtrent platform. Gans- ' rK'i ii was (.'"iiported by tho rfgular re 1 Mean 01 -anizatlon. GansberKen's v 'o was 3,GSi, while that of Uoutcll was 'n tho 11th district, Col. Ira C. Coplnv, thi tlrFt n.an In Illinois to come out as nn lr 'urgent candidate, wor the republican r n Inatlor over ilnorre AY. Conn, who classed th srif as p proreFslvo conser vative. Th 1 -on t now Is occupied by Howard M Snapp, a standpatter. Colonel Coplc enrried the dUtrlet by 4CS votes according to tb, lattst llnures, John C ii Kenzle sciiired thn rcpubli can noiplr .th n In the 13th district after n splrittd contest v.lth Jieuben It, Tirt'any p. .t'i MeKenzIo and Tiffany duiilfd affiliation with stand pf.tters, JIc Kensie makliu? his cnmpalKii as a pio rresslvc while Tiffany exhibited s'.'i-'htly more radlra! views nnd called hlm'clf an lasui-sent t'oncies.-nian Prank o. Low- Sen, the prerent representative from thU Ihstrlet, has been allKiied sltli the resj- tn ta and the selection of either Mc K r 1 1 r.r Tin my wouiu nave va-u u tuln for t e pio-roFslves. FflSS HAD HARD CONTL'ST. Ceonre I'dtnund Fohs, stand patter, and hend f Hie n.ival affairs committee of tho Jiou'i wor the republican nomination In 'bu 1 ' , d stil t bv about '.) votes after li hard r uti -t In which he was opposed by Gi tkc ' LiiKlehard and I.'redeiick C, DeLamf n -jentH. In tho se. ond district, .1. It. Mnnn, char'in.iii l t e House eoinmltteo on Intorsinio an t f relun commerce received more vott.s tli 111 tho combined voto of hit t wo ln.-i.ii;nt opponents. Speahcr J. cph ii Cannon, was renoml mite a In tho lMn district by a majority rlo.so t.i C ii'J Hi i -,s opposed by Henry U. Downs, an 'ir-urgent, of his oivn city. Leo O'Nell lirowne, thy minority leader In the lower 1 ono ot the Illinois LcrIs laiuro, win. v. aji recently ni (putted of a Cluiro of bribery In eonnei Hon with lho election of II. K. Senator William Ixirlrncr, was re-uonilnated for repre miauUvc In La hallo county by 11 InrKO uajorltv Cut of ,. demociats In tho last Lef;ls lat ire who voti J for William Ivorlmoi or set tor, 13 wero renominated yester it, ftSkln of Souuiy is a J07 Forever iR. T. Tollr, Gouroud's Orlontal Cream or Moaloal Doautlflor. Hotnovos Tnn, I'imple rrccklea, iictii I'dictif llaslj, Mid Skin M. erne ari'i ever) uifi-.hi en beautv. nnd il fitb ditcctlon. It Imi toof) tte ten t'l l yearp, and 1 so fjarrolms wi ailo It tolesurelt AcCfDtnQCGUtlUl' U of iltullai ramp, vr. u. A. fiAvro itld to 1 lady of the haul ton 1 bstltntl. "As yoti UdUl wlU ties ttcto f B U1U III C II vi v 1 ,"eftm 03 l"8 IeaBl uftrmrai nr ail tM "Oil litters In lho Uoltod Hlmt Canada and Kuro4 WD.T.HOPIHHSfPrsp., 37 Great Jone- Slrtrt. NowTork INSUHGE li 0 ANNUAL FALL NEW YO Special train to Now London, thence tlio Klcgnnt Steamer "Olt.i of lxwell ' of the Norwich Lino, HHIIT I A Ml STAT I; ROOM AO- COMM'iDATlONS.-- There m i- a num ber ut free berths on the Htoumor svhloh nro ory ilu.ilrnlilr nil they nro ell ventilated, lighted mid ns onm- lorianio as nny htui ill a .Hooping ('"'. '''"' those who doslro u Stnto iillimi, reservations win t.o nmdo ,m nppneiuion to v. j, Flumps, Ticket Agent, c.osv London, Conn, The prlco of .State Itonnis nro from $1.00 for nti Inside room up In Sl.BO mid J2.00 for ont'lile rooms!. Vi'heii making nppllca t Inn bo Mire and stnto the kind of Hnom desired. All Pluto Rooms should bo paid for nt tho Purser's office on hoard tho steamer. HKHA KF AST.-- The Dining Room service on the Norsvioh C.I no Steamers Ih nf II n best and breakfast will ho served at nominal price.-). Tho break fast oomblnnllons nro carefully se lected and each order Is such as will rive groat satisfaction to tho excur sionists The Central Vermont Hallway Co off. I'm the followlntf low faro to New i oi k and return : ONLY $7.00. Special Vr.ptlhule Trnln of first-class wide coaches will run solid to ew London. Hhdiford Last llerkfihlrn Klioslinrith Fnllo In lilnii Junction t. Albans Hollies 1'olnt ... U'.lllK -wanton A limns I Alhans iHklatid il'Ul'Khl . . Ijcnvn o.nr, 9. is n.,".: 10.0,1 10. ,10 . 13 !l.,10 ft.BD 10.2.1 io.no i 11.00 11. OS .Arrive . Leavo .Arrive . Leave. course, the boat svltifilnu from one ride to the other After Ketllni; throned tbe Devil's Hole, the Ferro .swuim toward th" rooks oh the American side of the liver, lolled over one boulder and Weill fast he tMeen two others There L.iren Hayed for five minute", 40 feet frmn shore, worklnir defperately to lelease the cr-ift. ncttlni; fiee he was hit by a comber and sent careening toward the middle. At the bend, with th Lewlston brldi,-e in fIrIU, the boat drifted tov.'ard the Anierlenn side uwln and was then cauuht in tho shoie eddy. Tho Ferro nrounded acaln, Ihls time near enoimh to shore to bo eaiiKht by lioy Hockwell of this city, who waded In to the water and caught a ropo thrown by Larson. pnitsrAnr.D to sTor. Larson wanted to continue the trip, hut having accomplished tile worst part of the Journey, he was persuaded to hoard a trolley to Lc.vlston, setting tho boat adrift "Tho tiip was worse than I thought It would be," tald Lais, n, "but I am not hurt and I will do It again some time with another boat. My leg was Jamm.'d when sho tlpned over, but that's all. The engine worked line through the rapids, and I would InV" made th" trip In half an hour If It hadn't stopped after leaving the whirlpool." At the end of the trip the Ferro was tound to be leaking badly, water standing in her six livhcs deep. Larson said In had not struck any rocks till after leav ing the whirlpool. This morning Larson was summoned to the police otlko here because he was to touch on this side. A committee of live was appointed to Inspect the boat and s. e If the nazal d could he termul attempt ed suicide Lniscn lllrted with the com mittee, running his boat back and forth mar the dock, but not neat enough for a close inspection. FOUTY THOUSAND WATCUHD. A crowd of 40,000 lined bridges ami anks at the time advertised for the trip hut when Larson started most had gone F.xcept the old Maid of the Mist, sent through In 1SC4 to avoid seizure, Larson's Is the only engine propelled craft to have gone through the taplds. Potter Nli-son, Chicago, 1000, and C. A. Percy, 1S7 and 1901, went through In barrels and lived. WINDY CITY NOT DISMAYED. Imls That It Still tins Much to lie TTinnkful I"or, Chlcigo. Sept. 1s. Although not as large afi some Chlcagoim. 1e 1 on by the Threo Million club, n city directory estimate of 2.500,000, nnd the tremendous Increases obvious In the Inhibit d niea and all kinds of traffic, had anticipated, still thu figures aro f. matter ot Justifiable pride to the city. They indicate a growth of 2S.7 per cent. In the last decade. They show an Increase of C,,'mi people, as compared with 1T. They place Chicago not only In second place among the cities of the Tnlted States, but hundreds of thousands ahead of Its nearest rival. They place the city high In rank among the greit cities of the world. They mark the passage of the 2,000,000 mark, No other city In the world has sprung from nothing to nearly two and a quarter millions within a century. The figures aro well in excess of those arrived at through the school census. The enumerators of this centals counted HI, 115 persons under 21 years of age, W, L. Undine, who superintended the tnklng of this census, estimated the total popula tion at ;,1fViO from these Hguiep, m-'SPLT FKil'BLD CLORP.LY. The city directory for this year showed iO.Sll names, from which e.tlmatcs vary ing from 2,2'j7,oC0 to Z.WiO.CO, that ot tho directory management wero innde,. Cal culating from tho ratio of tho paht growth of tho ( Ity, government experts ai rived at an estimate of 2,372.fc.15. It aa known, however, that this wan too much; that, rapid though the giowth hn.s Jioon from lfffl to VAX It wns not no propor tionately great as that of previous de cades. From IMto to Hvj the Increase was ,'i4 4 per cent. The Increase of this decade Is tho morn notable, however, Hlneo there has been no increase In ami af In previous decades, From 1?S0 to UW suhuibs wero swallowed at such a rntu that tho urea grew from ",,.r, rriunro miles to 179.1 snuaro mllen. During thn following decade WV, moro aouaro miles wero taken In, hut sincn that time tho area haa remained at 190.(1 square miles. Tho 4sC,7uS InhabltantH who havo added themselves to tho city's population In tho last ten year, nro all living within tho boundaries of tho Chi cago of 1900. SI'HUIUIANITKS NOT COFNTKD. Thn new total, therefore, In 110 way Includes tho scores of thousands of peo ple who live Just outside the city, mid depend upon It for everything but sleep ing room. Thorn Is no Chicago and "(Ironic r Chicago," ns the.ro Is a London and "Greater London," nnd a New- Vork and "Greater New York." Tho figures aro for Chicago proper, Men nro HvliiK to-day who wero counted In tho first federal eeiiMii of Chicago, which took plnce In 1SI0. Tho population thon was 4.47V. Twenty yeais later, in ISO, thn 100,000 mark wns passed, tho ex act figures being 109,200, The next goal, Wfl,W. was exceeded after another score of eenrs, whe n tho i nit MMKators found, W3,29S people, in tho city. EXCURSION TO AY, SEPT. 27, '1 Milt. n . ('n'i-h'ter Ksscx J'ln nurllngtoti It. in 11.20 11.34 10. 7 1 1.01 n. ir, . .Leave a. m, S lllOOSKl 13nse J'.in 'H ti . Atrlvo Onmhrldgo .Inn t Ion Leave Jofforsonvlllo . ' Cambridge ' riKlnrhlll ' Jericho , lCsscx ('enter l"i'se Junction ....Leave Wllllston " I I . -1 1 in . n .1 " Jonosvllle " Holum " North Dtixbttry Wnterhury Middlesex " rainier Arrl'. o 1'alnier Leave 9 iO a. in, 9.33 !i 40 " 10. US 10. IS 10.20 11.40 a. m. 11. lb U.B7 " 12.0" p. til. IS of " i : l " M 2 t " 12. .12 " 7" fin " 7 :i0 for (.upper. ; 0. 1 r, 11. no nf Lowell, r,. lii II 111. a-1 22nd l-'t. Stop "f 30 minutes London .. ..Anise London Leave Steamer City York Arrive Pl 70 Snst Rlvui -- Now New Now New ) ork 7,011 Pier 40 North ltlver Chit lco.n Ml TICK UTS will he Komi ijolnj? on tho trains named above, September 2, to arrive In Now York, niornliif, ' f Sep tember 2S. (loud returning to leave New York any day until October 4th, lri0, Itu-lutilve, to arrive at itat-'liK point netfiber ... 101" on reuular tr ilns which bv the time card are .ehedii1ed to Mop at fdntlons named. No stop over pilvllcKes alloued. lllVn'KNI Vil -The Norwich Line Slcamera leaie New except Satitrdny and Sun dav as follows: Prom Pier in North Ither, Poot C'larUf.m Sire.. I r. 00 p. in. From i',.,. 70 i:.n-t Itlvtr, Poot Ptiht 22nd S'reel, 0.30 11 m. CJ. C. JfiNRS. deneial ilntiiRor. J. W. 11AN1.CV, (I. V. A. 21,22,2 l,2C,w!n, 23 Only ten yeats v i t-e. ,r,. n pass the next post, the mllMnti tn-rk The ceUMi of lsl'0 sbowed I.1 "li Vi Inhabitants. More than In!' a flll'oii were again added to the population In the following ten years, th,. h-i o, it us showing l,n:iS, ."7." population. And now tlu Iwo-niMIInn mails has been passed, and pis" 1 by such a margin that the three-mlHIoti mark Is likely to he left behind at the n. l census. The rate of Incteas,. now Is ri'il alcnt to the annexa tion of the I mkcM city In the Statu out side of Cod, counts ,-ach year. IN Mi CITY WAS A SWAMP. Ill H20, when Clileauo was a cm amp be side Lake Mh'hluan, P.oston nnd Phila delphia v., re anelcnt and wealthy cities, thai did not ev ti drenm of St. Louis, the then inetn p, II- of tho West, as a poten tial riinl. St. Louis had then a popula tion of la,.."., and grow ro steadily and rapidly that !t was 0 befor" Chicago ovettool. be' Since then Chicago has In 1 1. Inerf.i''tu Its lead swiftly. It was it !' e ime IP' e Miat I'blcngo pnssi d her M 1' -,1. bnseits rival. riill,i,1..1,i.a, long considered absolutely oi. ii . pond place, was ;aved In I'l't 'I . fuurrs for ttis year ate expected to Phlladi lphla about 7o,U''iO behind Remarkable Scene When General Sickles Is Lifted upon Audi torium Platform. llantlc City, N. .1., B pt. 13. The hotels, piers and board walk are crowd .d with old soldiers and their families, who are here to attend the 14th annual encampment of the Grand Army of thu Kepubllc F.very train to-day brought re euforecments to the crowd which arrived last week. Five thousand veteian" gathered in the Savoy theatre this morning and listened to n patriotic 'ermon d Ihond by the Kev. P.obert A. nhvi.od. cbnpkdii of tin department of Pennsylvania. The. Phila delphia brigade survivors reached heto lo-day and reviewed the Gettysburg post of Poston, which arrived on a Lit r train. The J'hllndelphlnus thru 'soorlel the New F.nglanders to their hotel. Comniaiider-in-chli f vnn S.ir.t. Hilary A. Hubert of Alabama, former secretary of the navy nnd n general in Dm con federate army, and Gen. Daniel 11. Slekels were the principal speakers nt a huge gathering of veterans on the steeplo chase pier this afternoon. A remarkable scene occurred with tho entrance of General Sickles Into tho auditorium. As he swung down tho nlsle with a plnned-up trouscr leg, the veterans arose as one man and four of his command l.'fted him, chnlr and all, and placed him on tho platform while tho commandor-ln-ehlof'H band played "DKlo" and tho crowd cheered As General Sickles grasped tho folds svlth Commander Herbert stepped of a huge silk flag Van Sant, General up and Inylng one hand on the shoulder of tho grl7.led veteran and the other on the flag, said: "Had 1 been told when I w,i In Antletam that In tho yenrs to come I would stand side by sldo with fi.lerel sol dlors and grasp the Stirs and Stripes with them, I would hive been In sulted, llut I lovo that old flag nmv. ' MILKMAN A GRAIN THIEF I'lrnilN Guilty lo Iliir-liirj ami (ivtn Flue of i?.-,l,(j or Tin, mid (ine I ill r lenrs, Rutland, Sept. lf.-u. II. Fintell, a Hutlnnd inlll.nian, ph-ulm! guilty lo burglary In iiiuetv mint this afternoon and was thud by Jurtgi i m. liiuler ff.ii With an nltiniatne entenen of 2 1-2 years In State prison Pint hi stole grain from tho Hurditt Jlros mill heie, Ids thefts extending o,r several inonlhs. James J and Joseph German of Troy, N. Y., brothrrs, were placed on trial tn-dny on the chnrgo of picking the pockets of Judge H. M, Itedwell of llubbiirdlon of j:(.i nt Fair Haven fair I.iM vear. ANOTHER GOOD ROADS TOUR Caledonia Cniinlj- l'olloivn Ilinmple sut liy Frnnklln. St, Johnsbury, Sept. IS. ,-Calodonla county Is to havo a good roads tour sim ilar to that recently enrrlnd out by Frank lin county men. At a meeting of the ex ecutive committee of the Con11nnrct.1l club held Inst uvenlng a eoinmltteo was numoa to fix the ilatn and arrnngo tho details. Tho party will Include thn representa tives and senators-elect from the county, Minio iiiviiwHV Commissioner Gates of Franklin, County Commissioner Thomp son, tho selectmen of fit, Johnsbury and Licut.-aov.-eloct h. 1. BlaC 1 1 ' I 1 ' o , EX-CONFEDERATE'S TRIBUTE TO FLAG CHICAGO IS ONLY A2.1B5.21 Expected Census to Show a Popu lation of 2,500,000 People or More. Increase of 28.7 per Cent, for the Decade Just Ended Is Slight ly below the Average New Orleans Drops. Waslilngton, Sept, 1, The population f Chicago as annoi'iiced ut the bureau 'of the eeiisit List night I- 2,P-,.2. TM' ininr'is an Ircre.i'e for the 1it dre.ide oi PO.V'iH tut' on', or 2Si per cent. The actual flgnies will be a great illsnppoliiinn nt b. i hlcagoiti'. who were Imping for a popu lation of about 2,r,0Mi. Howevel. the l"l liols cit will ii main -afel) Iheiecon! (If. In lho cotintt-v wlih a pupulath n of nbou' ; vV"i 'hoi! of N w York, and Ooi.i ,i mere 1 1 -ill 1 'hltldel; till, i hi 'ago's ratio of Increas.' bar 1 e n ilniot ( ut In h"lf In tie ;.M lo yei.s From ian to V" in r Iner. 's, wo "1.1 ..." cent. In the dee ole rl'.t end, ,1 No". York's rath of Ineiei'e tar exceeds ( h' Mgo, bilng ."'7 pir ient . th"i' rh H"' ton, ! hllndelr'.ln. aid Pit's! urg . h .w en fi eri asc of a'. i"i't l'i ; i " i" nt b's th '-i Chicago':. A bulb tin Issued 1 tlie bine.vi yesterday 'Ives i'k nvrnge lr.ri'i:-e f r I'.l cltl" a pop il itb'.i of mote thun 1 ' ."" as r.l pel ci nt. Thin makes Chlcnro's nte of lrcr-"u clout two per cent, below th' a'. ori"e. m fact fulh explained bv her more than average size. A ieent oompllatlnn of the cities of the svi.rld put Chha'.'o ;.--:lh 111 point of size, with London, Nesv York. Paris, Toklo, and Herll'i ahead of lu-r i i the order named. PICOPLi: MdYIl Td SFI!1'UP.S. Hcilln's population wr- i.i't n i .rdel la MoT, as .' M and It l- -. .ileel.s 111., 1 that Chicago ha' ivuslil up With ner In the Iniii y.ir' thin lia' e el ,.,. I mi,., Mini, ToMo, in If.!', was n .it .f -". - 10', .mil Chlingu's- pre.'ei.i figure nil., give hero the lend over t'n .'.mnne.-o city. 1 arl.i, Nesv Voik, ami Lo, 'on are. (t ciiurs. , far ml of Chicago's ach. In re. cut j ours there has he on a M rd" mosiment nf Chicago people from th" eit.s Into the suburbs, and Ihls has re duce the city's apparent rrosvth li h.i' taken many hundreds of thoir uuD svhoso budniss nnd other inlerests are In the i It v prop.r Into the populous min muniths beyond the corporate limits. This Is tine, too, of many other of the larger eltlet svhoso census returns have been alinouni ed. Comparing Chicago's gross th In popula tion during the lust ten years with the other hike, eitli -. Cleveland bus an lu cre a-e of ii; per cent.'.-glying" it a fighting chance to illsiilaeo'P.altiinoie' as the sixth i il.s m sjz. Milwaukee" allowed an hi ll ca.-e of .11 per cent.. Detroit CI per cent. Buffalo, ss-llh 20 per cent., and Toledo, with 27 per cent. Inn case, are both be hind Chicago. pef.vien U) and 1910 Chicago, svlth .14 4 per cent. Increase, outstilpped all itfi neighbors on tho lakes. Cleveland svas able to shosv only ir per cent., P.uff.ilo only r;7 per cent., Deiioit only .1 per cent., and Mllssauki o only ."9 per cent. c'itif-s of oyi:p. n, o. Pet. of hi'ifi. Inc. PhlM 129,VI . . Cities Alhanv, N. Y Allegheny, Penn Atlanta, Ga lialtimore, -Mil. lioston, Mass. ... Bridgeport, Conn Buffalo, N. Y. . . . fhhngo, III Cincinnati, Ohio 191o. ieo,2M IW.STtt S9.-72 ,",iA,j7 r,f!i,'9.' 7n.9' i; 2j?,3s7 72.3 , ;r,-i),&c . 102.UM . 423,71.'. hi 43.7 20.3 27 11. 10 ;i ll.'i 3H. 0 f.9.4 C.'i.n 2S.U ;.i 2,hv.,:nh i,nfo.-, . 30-t, i'U ;:ri,2 . fO",C03 3S1.70S ! Cleveland, Ohio Columbus, Ohio IM.r.lS Dayton, Ohio lltl.;77 12.'..c.H) fS.33.5 133, -.',9 2-.,,7ol lol.s," S7..V.5 le.i.i.ii 2W.433 Denver, Col Detroit, Mich Fall ltlver, Mass.. Grand ltaplds, Mich. Indianapolis, lnd .... Jersey, city, N. .1.... Kansas City, Mo Los Angeles. Cal.. "Louisville, Ky "Mi mphls, Tenn Milwaukee, Wis Minneapolis, Minn. Newark, N. J Nesv Haven, Conn... New Orleans, La..., Nesv Ycuk, N. Y 'Onialui, Neb Patterson, N. J PhllailelpUli, Penn... Flushing, Penn 213.3M 4iV.7f 112,:.71 213,i.",0 2.17,779 2IN2.S1 1 ,7.".2 fd 102,179 2)1,731 102,3m 2a,315 2o.',71S 24i3,07u 1IK.,'.27 27,10l 1 37, 2-'2 , :.-,3,s:j7 . .V1T.4C0 , isn.oor. , 2:i',irn 4,7Ci!,'V.'l r. 31.li 41.2 1S.0 3.7 19 1 19 7 1S.2 27. s 102.5T. 12.-,0 103,171 1..".I9,(.H 1,293,697 r.,":i,t'jj I31..M2 .Providence, It. 1 221,2tl 175.r,7 22 1,32'! 21M49 Hochesler, N. Y 2tsi4;i 1C2.0-5 'St. Jo-eph, Mo Iii2,979 31.2 19.1 si. Louis, Mo r,7r.,cjs, St. Paul, Minn 211,7-11 ICJ.iV'. 31.7 S.n i.'ianclseo, Cal 3I.',72 Scranton, Penn 129,M',7 K2,W1 Svr.ii use. N. Y 137,219 10&.S7I I'ulfilo, Ohio 31.8,497 131, N22 Washington, D. " KII.WJ 27i,71s 1K. Worcester, Mass HS.I2I ... Combined Willi Pittsburg 1910. 1910 figures not yet published. S-Pittsburg combined with Allegheny. Tho population of Nesv Voik as It ex Istc.l In 1 M was ,..l.ie'.ill. The 1910 0011111 has In en oomph ted lor 29 of these 43 cities. Of these 29 cities, 21 mndo a greater absolute Increase dining the decade l!U'-r.'l". GRANGE HOLDS FAIR. Fifteen II I rod People Smv llTccllcnl Ilvlilllll ! i-nst llnrduleb. F.nst Hardsvlck, Sept IS. Tho Caledonia Grnnwe held a fnlr here o-iterdiy, about l.MiO pcoplo being In attendance. There was nn excellint display of livestock and women's svork In and about tho town hall In the afternoon an addiess svar, given from tho steps of tho Congregational Church by W. J. Illgelow of St. Johns bury and In the evening a play svas pi a honied In Clri-nge hall. FOUND SNAKE IK MAIL BAG Women Ilr.n In Terror Then I'iimiiiIh (ress Dared Kill II, piitler, Pa., Sojil. 18, It became knnsin to-day that for thrco sveeks tho fideral government has been on tho tilal o; f, snake. Postofflro Inspector Craighead of Pittsburg has b' on assigned to tho case upon cnmpbilnt of Winifred Turk, jiostuilfctrcta l HHIurJa thut bho found 3 CI rej tile, tnteo feet long, In a aaelc v hlch iuih thrown off Ihu Imlh here. Loth Mis? Tutl. and her young woman iiHM't'int led from tho postofflcu at tho (."(.'Misery out Inter the podlmlritross ro ll. rued and killed the intrudfr, llnll'v loslal clerk- exam lied deelnrn their liitiui'ence and say the reptile must 1 -ic era v, led Into the hi; while It lay on the elation platform. STATE BANKERS MEET. Waterhury, Sept. II. Slxly member" of tl" Veimout Hinle Hankers' association met hire to-day. At tho business T.uloti nt the Waterhury Inn this nflcrnoon the principal Item was the consideration of the repoit of the eommUb o appoint! 1 (lovemor Pronty to draft a revision , the State hanldiu,' laws. At the bnnrim.t at the fnn thl evenlie: C. K. f'hapninn of Woodtoi k a. It 1 r toaslmaster and the iirlnclpal sp, k, rs were (iovetnor Prouty, and A llov lalid of Mootpilhr. The no etln.- was In Id lure at the Invitation nf W i:. c:,.! raloer of the Walerburj NaLonii h.ink. MINERS TO RESUME WORK. Are .ntd to tin' o J I on -.hs Kansas City, .Mo V oti tifler ii File Strike. o, Scot lt. nepte-m!ne- n the roiith- selilntlves of the svesti rn lb 1 l to-nlr'it agfeilneni mnde wl'h ralllled I lie Ihe ojieratoi s and sill ri ittrne w.-rk next Tuesday. Ac otv;n said to ,e to th" ti.-sv j.nrroemoRt, tor Mm mllieix, ' e of n.n.1 pel a Victor in In-ri th. ( Ive day 1 1 nt n t d.i "e 1 h. . . f il..., !' 1 en I' b I , w -ill wot 1c, dead work nn 1 Iso reeetved an Inrrcn'o i Ion on shooilng e" ! . nt i " of fis e cents a ton on work All f'IPire difereiic b ft 1 . V.'. L. A. Long, initio of Km aft. 1 1 lo It -i tor S'I ' n svork I ' -nii'ir it will "an more than i sumed on Tnesdi'V end a strike that be five months ago. I Itllt.IAlH.r MF.Dlt'I.V ;M1T A I N!tC((TI(! I Mi's F. .Marti, St. Joe, Mich., savs Fo j;.'.' Honey and Tnr saved her Utile loo ' lite. She writes; "Our little boy ("II- . I ,i i t 1 a - evere lU'onoii"! i irnmue inn a 11 .'oetor'f medicine did not cure him. I r. e him Fob y' - Uom y and Tar In svh1. h I have rrrent falt'n. It cured the cough s well i.s the choMng nnd gag.'ing spei and he 'lot well In a sholt time. Fob-, 1'oiies- and 'uir h t" finny tlrm s saved u much trouble ami are never svtthniit n the hoii' ( 'bur 'h Sir. ,r vr. banloy ( I'.Siillivnn, ft F-tey. Wile 21 Accidents v- hi;... but I ii oii. rr el I the T en i 1 CM - ml. fed -.l'i. ,-el l dm or P ' the bur's e that ; i alw IV .tti.nt t . Isvis -h is i on i r. idvertl-es -omethlng -peel Itld I LL OR i 1 I. 3L iTAFT II ORTIFYING CAMALi:.;,.: Congress to Be Asked in Message to Appropriate $2,000,000 to Begin Work. Beverly, Mass.. Sept. Is. I'.ofor leas-i'.g Nesv T.ift an-f.e.gte'-:' Beverly for Boston to-oiiht by I lie to take the midnight train Haven and Cincinnati, 1'iesldent nouneeil tbat m his message to In Decembei h svlll re .otuniend .111 appro ork of . Tift print I on of 2. fortifying Ihe 1 ., , to 1 ..gin the w Banal, in eninl li has alsva.v iS'oI.il the protection of th. Mill with great gui" 1 Tul he t 1 1 k the time ha' "iirlved to b- t-i.i t!,e ssoilc The President also svlll o '.inini. nil fvo nesv i.atllesnips m tne ot ea,inom;iit t) " Mi. Tuft does ii', t b -lb v 'but the econ omy should preclnile t'e- eon-,ti uetion o: at least two b-ittb -hips a .war until the Panama canal Is complctel. Me ' elleve-. Hint the canal svlll have the etfeet of lonhllng the efficiency of the n.iv and that after It Is In operation the 1 iMlng of nesv battle'hip can be en J.nn to one a s-eor The Pn sldent svlll reach Washington nest Sunday. The cabinet will be,ln a series of dally meetings on th" morning of Monday. It Is expected that the cibl net 'sill meet 1,1th the 1 resident I robably eveiy d i.v while he Is In Washington. I .Most of the members of tho cabinet will be the Pn sldeiit's guests at the Whlti 1 House and Informal meetings '.s 111 bo al- mosi continuous. Secretary Halllnger, It Is said, will attend nil of tho meting' aid mi far as Bivirly Is Informed, th Balllnger case will not be taken up, GOOD-BY, HOBBLE SKIRT. 011 est Tlilnsr la AVhloh In VIio1 the I.ollbi (llllllc. Ihe Illillblc Imi'I. (Fioni the B If tin 10 .ire to 'm ston Herald. 1 any mass meetings of proli t iigaln-t the abolition of the bobble sl.lrt, mis', Is the time to organize them. For the bubble skirt Is doomidl Doomed; A Boston dressmaker who came over on the Adriatic, landing In Nesv York, brought tin news to tho tiouth station recently. The Louis Qitlnze skirt Is Parls'n latest svord-the dui liter crl, an they say user theie. 1 "Yes, the hobble Is doomed," said the Boston exploiter of fashions. "A few more sseeks and then yood-by forcvei to tlie hobble. The nesv stylo has alreidy been set by Miss Cecil Sorel. A couple of weeks ago she appeared at the opera In London In a Louis NY skirt, and II caused 11 sensation. This stylo is ,1 grace ful, llosvlng one, svlth a long, lnoo skirt, which embodies all the uitlstlc points In which tho hobble uklrt (alls. This sea son svlll seo lho Louis XV, style prevail ing both hi London nnd Paris nnd natur ally In this country. "My opinion Is that n Louis Qttlnzo dress svlth a long svatst svlll he thu real thing In London this winter," Mrs. Jacob Wllmert, Lincoln, HI,, found her svay h'v.T to perfect health. She writes: "I suffered with kidney trouble and bacKncho and my uppetlto was very poor at times. .1 icsv weens ago 1 got Foley Kidney Pills and gavo them n fnlr lilal. They gavo me gnat relief, su con tinued till i-osv I am agtiln In peifect health." J. W. O'SuIllvnn, 24 Church St,; Shuuley & ICstoy, NVInooskl, llnrsh I'll slcs react, sveaken tho hosvols, cause chronic constipation. Donn's Itegulots operate easily, tono the rtnmacii, euro constipation. 25c. A)k xuui di'U-CuiUt, Us Vhum. I ri,i i n iibi.bw pin w ,, wpi i i i, ! . i r-irm w... . I I n MWWM,,VW,1HwWMiM.,tw,M,,,iMl,M,, WHW 5 P t j f 5 ' ( "" "i iwn i , am, nmmlll ' ' f 'f l I J I i j 1 1 ! i n Win ii ! AMONG THE mm AO REAPERS Pcopla LooU- lnv8siir,8iits l! Hooriiers Lois Toil ants fa elft j BMr!:ngton, Winooska iness ARCHITECT AND C0NnACT3n PI 'I'F.Ii MIili'.H UN. Mi'-..' svee i .i,.i d!n .(..,, el ion- el ort AUTG-SOESLE RCPAiSifiG COLLinON 'S G &P -GE. r, i ii . ,1 !) v. :". i p Urine: i.-u -1 bop In the ,.le. All and !!ii!-AD M&HUFACTUSErl- ! Fit slllt F.'.K l'.'t; O. Scotch Potior lirend Vienna. Fntire i1Vli.nl, Lrosvn I .read Sf unlayr. out- f loun 1 1 olkiteil DYEINfi Itt ltl.f(.TtA Ci.F. r.'lVC AM) Dill WOHlt'J. Office. 11 College rl-.. 74 Mi ebanles f.ntie. li. . on en, Prnp. CIP.ARS AMD T0UACC0 HOWARD'S Cigar Stole .mil I'.l'Pul r.irlor. i.-.i ( t:i stcti -'r. '. A. Hosiiird, I riqi. ISurllov'toii. Yt. CONTRACTORS AMD rilMLQESS WM. 53LONDIM. General Building C.,n'i 'letor. Min- 11 f a 1 t urer Main it 1 uib"n :i,gt .a. Vt. P.loekS 22S . 1 1 1VQ R0UEV) DINING ROOIvIS WARREN'S F.l 1, ill, 1 Single meal, to I e u d ill i SVi-ell $4,110 ' lierrs Mi ul l.iss. B ' reel. i,.-t. OH, ud by the AUGUST Florist sortm, nt svays on fln'oiiliii't' mil O'-d ,f Plenty ha ml. St. 11 .'da s. 1 Flos "go BU SI W ESS D8RECTORY i anal- , St. 1 ClrT Ave fb Id . CRAK3T0N C0AL can sne .mi mono) 011 jonr cnnl. 11. lV.',ltltl. 1)1 VIS CO., 1 Slrong Illdg. LAMTEtlH SLIDES THE BtiRKER STUDIO. Lantern slid, s made and eolorel C the Barker Studio. 'Z C-dlice St Burlington. Yt LADIES' TAIU3H It. s Alberl. id o. F.ishlonal h Suits made and to order the yard. I'.'ltiooi.kl ie. and Shirt s rend v-Fabrl.-. sold lo J. R. COTTRILL. Josviler and Gradu Fv.s ate fiptl, Ian. t( : ted, frames fltti ( by Prof Cottrlll. Vi'nt.'hes n paired Store, next Free Press. Mreot. llnrllnKtoii, Vt. The White 1'", College Dtrs'TiST DR. L. N. PLETTE. UF..V"'ST. Srcnnoy 111- ';, Ho V,YM ' 1: t St. IVIiioo kl, Vt. RflsSeages Use Thont 11, II. ( It M W.I., Druggist, US inln .Street. ESSEX JUNCTION FIRMS IS AND BUILDERS NICHOLS Si PARKER. Kstlmiitcs furnished .it -'1 on all k.m" . of bull bin- 1 rt nouco r-t class work nt living prico- l.sse.V J. t-. DRY GOODS ANB SHOES A. B. RUGG. Dry and fancy Co nts' Km nlsblng il, ids Ladles' ana ll,.,,!,, Shoes and Hubbeis, l ino Wall Paper. DRUGGIST Junction Phiirimic). A complete niid up-to-dato lino of 1'iuga and M';;i clnos, Wo can give you the ei fin est svoik and lowest prices on Ln graved Cimls, Stationery : nd Invlta-tluus. FURNITURE, CROCKERY, ETC. A. D. DOUGLASS. Furniture Lace Curtains. Bedding, etc. Croihi-r , til l Furnlluro ropairluK lni; 'Phono 112-24. and Gln.lng, and cplu'lter 11 M J M ' i II I nvn i ;: iiii'h Hi it ins 1 1 5 I ! i il 1 and Essox 3unction Bus Firms ! LAUMDRY STANDARD SHEA IT LAU2s-T)RTi 1 I" fl el r -' I 'i- r'r. 'PI p Fin. on. : ' - Hi., ll, MILAGE I 1 tvIM)" TO lf!'T. 11 !.1 III' t ..(.FT. :!s Tn'li Strool. OF :. is. .1. !T, I'm, Ts- , ss r' a nd rep. I i. i t nlii-i. 'Phone PI! el' 0:1 " n M1 '11 FLurifisan FRANK B. LANGU rnctleal Plunilicr.s and 3031. sic- m I l sireet. i.ts, no sj. F,::,! Next . North I'uriiiigt. H. SAILS. rd . ,-,r 1 Itonfer 1 I roofli.g Hi 1 Plr-t i las I North Stre. sues )HIIP on1 I . 1 ' . -end In Cleaning- il Clellle". " (" -irijot ri 1- ; I- ,1 tit HI.t V. tr 1 1 I 1 ll-.ii fo.. r: Tin: kT ivi) 5tn m r. Mnnufseturers of ?Ili;h Hand ri.a.'e from vour o'.' enrpet". Office and factor Wino. ski Asa. gfo. 1: THKitrur::,-. 1 -c SUGAR "JTE?:3!l,S LEADED EVAPORATOR CO. Btmi.i.c;:oN. vv. iuarnntees . ,eif Kvapor-i'or vaporato mnr an nnd wttti ' j less fuel tha any other ovnp orator; also ta or oetter pyrup and su ra talorrue. m,IC9 as nroocl gf r. Spinet for Globe Suspender Mfg. Co. Manufacturers t t.jgh (.-rule Su-- I era. is for th tride oily Vour ln 1 '.'2 1 h'.irch St . Ilur- qui'-,. II, Vt. TYPEVHITERS AKF3 SUPPUE-a 1. II. SIlFP.llVA'. 101 ctuitnt ST. ts ln-ii !n need of inyt'l-e- (e tbo t p. s. titer Un-, call No f" .ml yn,-wiit- svlll lo n'teiu'id to j -i rt'. VlOLIIiS AfJD 3UFPUES Ml ert Mun-on. ngeit f r Co oil hr.'.tid V.'ashburn Violin VI -Hi ) fr. to i"."i up The best strlts t 11 from 10c up. Violin 1 .- a d fa .-. In stock. Hepr.lrlng ,iM 11 f i.iii-'.i.l 'iist'uments. sis .'. 1 ' St Fi'AZ CuWFECTiOFiERY WINOOKI FRUIT CO. Foreign and Domestic F. o c-,n-.. d i , 1 j. fectionery. I Isri.rt: Tobano Our osvn Imported ml, 1 n irv. Corner Main and Con 1 t SHOES SHDF.S HANSON'S SHOE S I'l'il', MIOF.S AND III For Men, Wionm and 1 40 .lliitu Slrot-t. SHOES 70Ri2. HARDWARE, PAIftt'5, ETC E. L. KEITH. Ilardsvaro, Stovei, Keaige.-, 1" sva, etc. Puinp.i nr.d Tlnssc.ro Pulp ri tor Lime and Hair, la.lbb 1- Ilj l svure. Paints, nils, v. I. I hardware: Get our p;cc on Gas.dm Ensiiitfjt, I'nttor.'. ami P..per Wo c..rry tho In Moo's al .1 car n Id s . you money. Fstl nates f irnlsheil ireo on Meiun and hot-watir lie it plun ') lug. n. o. mfdi 1 1 ;tt & c .. Nr.WSDEALCR AND STATIONER W. H. YAHDOW. Suhscrlhitlons taken for lcndimi Newspapers and Mnga M.i Cluf tales a specialty. Mllo.nten bought unC sold FREE PRESS PRINTING CO. lloeoptlon, culling; nnd Iluslnes Cardi ST. s. r