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SEARCH PRACTICALLY ENDED Little Doubt That Missing Stu. dent Was Drowned. Howard Offered by I'nttier lor llpniv cry nf llml.v of Henry A. Thorp, Stippnirtl to llnve tlone llirniiRb Ire IVIilny. Sunday nlsht the search for Henry A. Thorp of Hhclhurno, U. V. M '1.1. who has been inlislns since Friday niRht nnd f supposed to have been drowned while on Lake Champlaln, was prnctlcally plvcn up, Searching parties made up of mem bers of the Delta I'sl fraternity, to which younc; Thorp belonged, wcro out all Sat tirdny Sunday. At p ruing, nfter havlnc draped the lake outside the breakwater In tho hope of llndlnR the body, the lust party onme In. Thorp, In company with a number of e'her students from tho university, went atlnrc Friday afternoon. He reached t lake about 4:S0 o'clock, and after about half an hour started outside the hrpakwater. He was last seen about llvo o'clock and was then over a half mile out. Paturdiy mornlnK, when It wan found t t the yountf man's bed nt the Delta PM house had not been occupied, nn in fltilry was made as to his whereabouts, but It was not until noon that his friends became really nlarmed. RearchlnR par ties were at once organized. Karly In tho afternoon the parents, Mr and Mrs. nmerson A. Thorp of Bhelburno, wero notllied nnd the mother collapsed A sister. Kllzahoth, came to this city to .kiln In the search. Friday night the lake appeared to bp covered with a thin Ice bridge, but owlnp to the atrontr wind which came up In tho nlpht It was broken up. and this made the search for the body al most hopeless from the start. Parties of stndents went out to the break water Saturday aftoinoon and nlonir the shore to nock Point Sunday mornlnK the same tactics were pursued and In the afternoon hont. and frrappllntr hooks were procured. With the aid of Henry Chlott, the lake out Side the breakwater was driiRKed. After four hours the students (rave up oxhausted and came In. Thorp wax known to have been heavily clothed In two sweaters when he went to the lake and this made his chances of n tint; out of tho water still le.-s. Henry A. Thorp was 20 year- old 1 1 -prepaied for college In the school- , f Shelburne, and at Hurr and Burton Seminary In Manchester and entered the Vnlverslty of Vermont with the eiu--vf 1312. Iast year he attended Ohio Stall "nlverslty during the fall term and Inlshed out tho year, dolim practical A-ork In civil englneerlm,', which was bl rourse, In Kentucky. In the fall of iw he returned to Vormont and ie-enteied x-lth the class of 1913. He Is survived by his parents, two brothers, Hoy T. and Harold, and one sister, Elizabeth. E. A. Thorp, the father, has offered a reward of ."20o for the recovery of the body THE LATE BISHOP A TWILL. For 14 Yours (be Hector of St. Paul's Ctinrcli In 'I Ills fit. The Ht. Rev. Edward It. Atwill. bishop of Kansas City, whose death t his home there Tuesday evening Was announced In yesterday's Free Press, was for 14 years, from lhflT to 1 SSI, rector of St. Paul's Church In this city. He had been ill for a Ion 5 time with hardening of the artetles. Bishop Atwill was born ai lied Hook, X. V.. Fobruao IS, 1M0 He was admitted to orders when l'T year old and came to BurliiiKtnn lo act an assistant to St. Paul's parish in lSiiT from WIlllam.sburK, I.ons Island, where ho had been rector of St. p.iuIV Church. Four months aflei his ar rival, on November K, T17, he was chosen the third reetor of the parish. Mr. Atwill conduc'ied nicotinics In Wlnooski. from which developed Trinity Mission, and he also held ser vices In Shelburne. Charlotte. Fairfax, lOiieex, Colchester and Malletts Haw Aftor 14 years as reetor, he resigned In 1RM to accept ihat'KO of a parish t Toledo, Ohio, and while occupying that eharpre was elected blslup of Western Missouri, belns consecrate I bishop October 14, 1S90. Bishop Atwll Is survived by his rlfe. who has been seriously 111 for )nme time, and by Ure children. Six Ihlldren were born to 'them, but one preceded the bishop to the (jrave. It was not known In this city last ITentnK where the burial would be. UNIVERSITY NOTES. Heotln and Dance for Medical Stu dent!! In CiymnaNlnm. The ladles In the families of the mem )ers of the medical faculty tendered a eoaptlon and dance to the medical stu JenUi Friday evening In the Kymnasliim gating President and Mrs. byraan, Dr. rinkham, Dr. and Mrs. Jenne and Mr nd MIsi Wheeler received. The Kymna turn was attractively decorated with evergreen trees, flags, Vormont and fra ternity banners. In the center of the hall was tho orchestra platform, profusely bnked with palms. Tlarton's orchestra furnished music for the danclns I!e freshmenta were served durliiR tnc Inter mission. Tho Alpha Zota fraternity held an initiation at Its rooms Prldnv evenlnn The Initiates were F II. Abbott, F. C. FlHlte, F. r. Jones and W. c. stone, all of tho class of 1913. GENUINE BARGAINS In Farms, On fine main road and It. X. I), a flno home of 10 acres land with good house, barns and hennery, apples and small fruits, some wood and timber, For quick buyer J700 takes It, On main road and only 2',4 miles from hustllnK vlllae and II. R. a choice lltlbi homo of IS acres of excellent land, nlro house, good outbuildings with runnliu; water, everything In fruits, 4 choice young cows, Home tools, all fodder. This farm will carry 6 cows and horse, It'n a dandy and i,8M will put you In full possession. V, miles from villas and H. It. a nhti farm of 60 acres excellent laud and extra good hulldlnu with running water, 20o Hugar tree equipped, wood for farm and gulto n cut of spruce and hemlock near main traveled road, C cows, 'I piss nnd quite nil assortment of farming tools. Vor quick bjyer (U takes It with pos envloti March 1st Write t ,n MoJlnufa) Heal llslnl.i uciii', lOuxvx JiiBctiou, VI. An effective remedy for coughs, HclI'S colds and sore throat. It will stop coughs. It will cure fflJM colds. It contains no opium nor ETl'llvy anything injurious. Time-tested and of unquestionable reliability. of Keep it in the house. Invalu- . . able in an emergency. Horehound S I'lkc'N Toothnclic Drop 3lld Tai" Curo In One Minute n I r c&nsi r tvi -fc" wnirrc y tintTi vn l tl w i as j iludKoboii liiMintb.'i have been paid on 112 beads In miration In one week, A tine fawn, (-.night In a wire fence at Sluiftsliury, as found frozen to death and nearly covered with snow. lu-nnls Hernik. Ti years old, htm of II. A. llerrlck. witllc coastltiK near his home In Spilnyneld Kami-day, ran ngulnst a brulge port, breuklnq his back. A bond Issue of ASIUmi has bren n com mended In Itullatid for th purposf of purchaslnc the Mendoti wali r -bed, whbh Is considered necessary to Insun the pur ity of the city water suinlv. A runnwny hoi bp In SI. .bditisbury biolin n ?7." plato class stote wlmlnw Monday, ran into another linro, caus ing i't to be Injured so Hint it nin have to bo shot, and scaring still an other Into running away. Charlns H. ICIddci- of ltelhcl has purchased the historic Helhel mills, one of the oldest In this part of the country. The property will be ope; -ntcd by A. w. Washburn for saw mill, prist mill and food purposes. Machinery has boon Installed In tl.e T.amollle, TurnitiK works at Morrlsvllle. The linn Is under contract to turn out pipe stems befoie February 1.. This concern employ:, sovoral men and Is a substantial' addition to the town. Raymond Pollard of Chester, son of Postmnster J. R. Pollard, has been mnklug his rounds dally on skntos to and from tho mall boxes. There Is more Ire than snow In Chester anl ibotit seven people mil of 10 ate wearing ci ceiers. . remarkable crowtli In the member ship of the Ant, -in ,hlle Club of Vermont spire Jnnunrv 1 is noted, Su new names lirliutliiB: tin- membership up to fi3. Tl, i lub was (irsanled M in h :C 1W3. It U expected that the membership will thN 'fal reach ,.:Vifi The elKht-year-obi son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Veale of Ha i re, while slldliift backward down a hill, crashed Into a bakery team and was thrown a considerable distance. He was bleedlilff profusely about the head when picked up. Crawling on his hands and knees in n vacant lot, his .shops untied and minus collar and coat. I.udan A. Itobblns of Rutland, was arrested Saturday. It was found that he had become tem porarily deranged. He has since re gained a normal state of mind. "Hill Howard" of linndvllle, the chain plon bear trapper of the State, has cap tain f.3 bears tin- past 2" yiars, Including three trapped last season. He has his own secret luttlwd ( baltinK traps. Ills catch the piisi fall Incpidcd lv foxes, 23 coons and lis skunks. The Socialist club of H.irre purposes publishing a socialistic paper, editid bv Mary It. Sanford ot Pennington, Slate secretin y of the Socialist club. John Rpargo, the socialist author and lecturer. Is to make hip summer home In the State and uill be an occasional contributor and advisor. The body of Charles Ilulclilns. whose home is though! to have been In Hlghsato, was found Sunday night at the fool of tho stairway at Ihu boarding house ot Mrs. Seward In Expter, .V. H. He had been employed a year and a half In a shoe factory In Exeter. flooree Robinson of Shaflsbnry found a line pair ot deer horns In the woods near Ids house. The deer had been sbor through the lower jaw and cil.itly could neither oat nor drink and died from starvation. It undoubtedly hail been shut ll the open season. The hud., bdd been nearly consumed by doss. At very nearly the same time Ell A. Lewis of Unlhel, 7" years old, and his son, Myron K. Lewis ,,f Ames, Colo,, died last Friday. Tin- foimnr died from a fall on the Ice and a mes sage was conveyed to his son, only to be answeied hi the lattei'.-i wife stating 'the son's death mi the same day. .1. M. Roomy, nu attendant at the State asvlum In Waterbury, was shot at on North Main street In liaire Sat urday morning. It was one o'clock In the morning, and while he was on his wni lo the depot a shot ram; out from 1 one or the doorways In a block, thu bullet going through the little finger nf his loft hand. The Huptlst Church, n Stire a nan. barn and shed In South INnwial wero de-1 stroyed b fire Wi lnc.Mlay, Jan. 1$ the i loss amounting to Un.mi. The orlKln or thel fire l.s a mystery, but It is generally be lieved that buiglars at wotk In tho sture started It. The I'uwnal puMtofllce hub In the htore and a considerable amount of mall was burned. A loud of goods tlnt looked much like i groceries In Hsrre appeared upon ln vestn.sng t,j i,0 a saloon on wheels. 1 Tilt fled was loaded with Icirpnl. ,,.! looked like the otdinary truckman's load. Two battels seemingly contained sugar, but In one was found securely wrapped 10 gallons of whiskey, while ti,B uther contained ll quarts of a nw mixture nf btandy, alcohol, uii and whiskey. Tho conHgnment was Intended for East Montpeller people. A llvorymnn In Rutland thought he had been robbed of a horse and car riage Mondtiy when a man by the name of Ryan hired them ostensibly for a two hours' drive. At the on,l nf that time, the mini had not nppenred. Hy tolophonn he was locn'ted In Clar endon, tho worse for liquid rfiKh ment. Ho returned Tuesday nfter th. police department had begun opera tlnns to secure the seomlnjrly stolen property, A number of llshnrmon from Vergennes wero In town Thursday and bought a quantity of tackle to use In Mnolt Hull ing nt nnsln Harbor nnd at the month of Otter Creek, The smelt ciugbt In that vicinity aro larger than Iho ones uauitht around hero and lind a lendy inaiKet In Ilnston, where people hid only too glad to pay ceiitu per pound, Rome fishermen catch eevetul huudrud pounds during a good wlnler, furnishing them with ,i prolltable employment Thu averauti man usually lakes between 15 and liii pounds per day, which uuU him tin no or four dollaiu. Myron Russell, Mi years of aae and one of the oldrst letldonts of Httuve, fee illects s.itnti unusuul fHaluies of the winter ft years hho, No .snow ruints tliiough Jan nary and lariners plowed Hint dug pota tctis ilurlug the month. It snowed all the month of February, February -J Mr. Russell married Miss l.ovlna Nason nid on the 39th started with live pairs of oxen lo uork on tin, bridge of the Vermont tallroad, then hi construction. He. drew stone a week on runners and then the mow all went off ami the sprltu was the earliest he ever knew. Mr. Russell work id on the railroad bridges at Hei.iel, Roy allon and Watei'bury. SMOOT ON THE TARIFF. Contends I.mv Can Not He ltelsed -rbediilo by Schedule. itihlnitton, .Ian. Jl.- ''oniendlng that tic poiic) i r H'-iif titiie-uy-sehcMule re i bin of tho tariff would mark the be airuiiiig of the end of the protective sys tem, Senator Smcot of Ctah In the Srnat" to-dny spoke In opposition to thn (oltit resolution Introduced by Senator Ciiminlis of Iowa providing that no amendment shall be it, ordpr or allowed wlib b proposes to nmend or chango any par.iKraph or Item In the lerlff act not embraced In the sc.hcflulo containing tho paragraph or item sought to be amended. ' The tarlf act," fald Mr. Smoot, "Is a coi l; lete whole, it Is not made up of In depenJint In'egral parts, nut all the parts arc so interwoven that any change In one of them might disastrously dis arrange other ports u cntire'y different schedule.-. The purposes of the repub lican ptote.'tlve tariff s stein is to afford sufficient ii.iH'iion o Vtuerlcan nianu futtureiH and producers to place them on tuinis ,,f , quality llb tbclr foreign competitors. T.i Jetetmlne the amount of dutv e.'ii-h art .'t mist bo tnxid in order to in iMinpllsi. that end, the cost ot the in net ;.i' entering nt the fabru .ttlon of ftich urtlclei Is nn essential clement. A. th" i"3st uf materials to the m.iniifac tuter is Increased or rie. re.ised by i hang in',' the ilut thereon, it follows that a coiiiinensiir.ile change in other schedules of the act must bo made to maintain the pioper equilibrium between the ma teiuils nss,i lin,i the articles fabricate! In this country from such materials." MEANS AN ENlJl.ESS CHAIN. Answoring the contention that In revising the turift schedule by sched- llle. lonslderatlon would bo given to needful changes In other schedules, Mr. Smoot said that such a course would prove an endlesa chain as every vhango would necessitate still further ihangos until a cotnpleto revision of tho tarltf would have takon place. "Scbedllle-by-schedule revision would de sections of this country nut In - InrcHted diroctly In a particular In- diiHlrv to combine and destroy the In dustry" arKUed the speaker, "with no chanee lef to consider the justice of Hie rcdilitlon ot duties on articles nenssar.v for use in the process of iiintiiifacturu In that Industry. The New ntiKland pi otei tlonlst will never have free raw matiilnl, as produced In the West and protected manufactured articles made by similar material. The protectionists ot the West believe In protection n a principle and apply It to every suction of this country and to every article upon which a protec tive duly is required rcRardless of lo cality. "sVhcd iile-by-sihedulc revision Is a plnn to separato industries which are so co-i elated that the tarltf on one af fects the other. Such a system will result In the destruction of our in dustries and the preat principle of proteillon. the key-stone to the arch of i he lomplc of republicanism, will be nibbled to death by supposed friends of t' e protective policy nnd kicked t" de. lib by adherents to the pilncirle of tariff for revenue only." ESTATE OF MISSING MAN. M wtcrloilN DNnppeilrunee of Ten Years ten Itecnlled. James Duffy of bis North avenue wa Monday i.ppolnied bv .lude J. H Ma- i timber ndmlnl-ti utor In the estate of his son, Michael Duffy, who disappeared In New York eity over 10 years afro and has not been hi aid from since. Michael DnlTy, at the time of his dlsap pe.irance was employed nt the fifth Ave nue Hotel in Nmv York. One day he went out of the hotel on some errand and was never seen aKOln. The police of New York were notified nnd every effort was n ado to find the youtiK man, but without avail. The father spent some hundreds of dollars In the search. Duffy, who was only about II years old, was a model son and not only wiote iku larlv to his family but visited them often. Hefore jjolnp to New York he had len employed .it the Van Ness House In this cltv. The date of his disappearance was May If. IMf). The younir man had nn ac count at the IturllnKton Savings bank and hem e It was necessary to have nn admin istrator Ick.-iIIv' appointed to tako eharco of thn estate. PROBATE COURT BUSY. Mini) Appointment Mmle Mnuilnf hy .Indue Vlii.dmher. Monday In probate court the Hur Unfttnn Trust company waa appointed trustoe of a trust mode under the Inst will and testament of tho late D. A. fhinilley of thlB city, the former trus tee bolmr deceased. In the estate of A, ft, W, llnvdeti, late of HlnnHhurpr, Prank I.. Andrews of Hhelburnn was appointed administrator and W, O. Trnpp and II, W, (londroe, both of lllnnsbunr. commissioners and ap praisers. Pntilck II. Walsh was appointed ad ministrator In the estate of Thnmm Walsh, late of IturllnKton, and exe oulor In the gstate of Margaret Wulnh, also Into of HurlliiKtnn. The wills of MarKaret Wnlsh and I.oiiIh Harder, Into of t'oleht'Bter, wore proved, M (1. I.oary was appointed administrator In the llnrbcr estate. The cominlBsloneru and appraisers In tho estates of Mar garet and Thomas Waluh are M. O, hoary nnd J. D, Halllhan. Tho 'i'lRcr What's the mnMw with the Hlraffe? Hu doesn't look well. The. I. Ion - No, l.e sals he feels btck all over The Tlaer Has ,, oie throat, I up puiu, Philadelphia Heoord. ORAIN AND PRODUCE. I tJtw York. Jan. J.. KIjOUII About steady with detnnnd disappointing. Receipt -'5,8!iO; uhlpments !i,IM. WHEAT Spot steady. Futtirrn murke: was easy early under liquidation on prospects of rain in the southwest nnd the dull cash markets but rallied late on bull support, closing 'CV net high er May Jl.a.i(,'(il.02 16-10, ulcsed UW, .fitly Jl.OlUl.OHi, closed $1.0174; receipts, n,W; shipments, 04,196. CORN Spot firm. Futtites market was without transactions, closing at c net advance. May closed Receipts 111,- 37fi, shipments. Ssri.ROl. OATS Spot steady. Futures market was without transactions, closing 1c. net advance. Jan. closed 3M'e; Mny 40Mie. Re ceipts 111,460; shipments, l.MiO. SUCIAR-Riiw phsj., Muscovado ta test J2ffi; ccntilfusal se test $.1.43; molasses y. test $2.70; refined steady. COFFEE Coffee futures opened steady ' at a decline of 7011 points undor renewed liquidation or better pressure which rial th" encouragement of loner European markets and continued talk of an Im provement In new crop prospects as a result of recent more favorable weather. Thero was not so much coffee for sale as lecently, however, and the market Inter In the day became very firm with active months Helling sonic 12 to On points up from the low level of the morning on covering and renewal of bull support which s-iemed to be promoted by private cables from Uracil, claiming that th" new crop outlook was still very unfav orable. The close was strong at a net ad vatiee of tlfiir, points. Sales tt.OOO bats Jan. ll.M; Feb. 11.12; March 11.Lt; April 11. 25; May 11.2!); June and July 11.30; Aug 1.20; Sept. !.; Oct. io.K,; Nov 10.00; Dee, 10.Ni Spot cofffe quiet; Rio No. 7. 13';. u l.'IV: Santos No. 4, 1.7);c; mild coffee uaiet, Cordova 134'rflR1ic, nominal. BOSTON PRODUCE MARKET. Boiton, Jan. 2S. FI-OL'R Spring patents, J6.50ft5.90: uprlng clears, tl.6ys-4.90; winter patents., 54.0otf5.15; winter straights, W.2MN.S0: winter clears, 5I4.36; Kansas, J4.S0fl6.2fi. CORNMEAI, AND OATMEAEHas coriitneal. il.tmfil.0fl; granule-ted, $3. i3.15; bolted, $To3.0B; rolled oatmeal, 14 (ft4.25; cut and ground, $4.105-1. K; rye flour, $3.&r34.7d; graham, 3.7(l; rye meal, xm. CORN Car .its, spot, No. yellow. . stfumrr yellow, r.fic; No. 3 yellow. .Vi ',; fot shipment. No. 2 yellow, &o"slt iv. No. 3 yellow. u5iif,5l-L-. UATS-Car lots, spot No. I dinned white, 11c; No. 2 clipped white. 40c: N'o. clipped white, X-'tJj relt-cteil vvhite, .".7r.:3Sc; for shipment, fancy 40-lb, 4uUa-llc: regular 3S-lb, 3DVa'J 4ic; regular ;.0-lb, :irn!i ;,fi te. HAY, STR.VW AND .MIEI.FEED- Hny, cholc. i2t.VW24; No. 1, $22.ii23; No. 2, J19SW: No. 3, J16ilC; rye straw. ti:.6orti13.."iO; oat straw, $9; soring bran. $17512.7); winter bran, 27. 20(27. 73; middlings. K.7;fl-): mixed feed. 127.1-.W :3; red dog, K0.26; cottonseed meal. 130: linseed meal R.50; gluten feed, J26.2J; stock feed, J:4; hominy feed, J23.40. PORK PrODUCTS-Short cut and heavy backs, J23.75, medium, Sil.TSaa: long cut, J2); raw leaf lord, lZKc: ren dered leaf, 13'4c; pure lard, 12Uc; bris kets, 14'-c; dnsscd hogs, W0W.,c. FRESH MHATS Reef, extra sides. 9'1(lj?:?ic; hcav.v hinds, lOffllVic; heavT lores, Uy.Sc; siring lambs, lOWllc; win ter, SVsfiSUc; ywrllngs, 7'JSc; muttons, 7 vQSc, veals, 111(1.0. t'ouurivi stcrn turkevs, MtT,c; native broilers, SfitSc; northern fowl, larire, IRfjll'c; s-nall, 14tloc; western broilers. 'SriiX'c; roasters. ljalTc; west ern medium, htkens, 13Ho; western fowl, larse, 16a IT:, medium, lli-ftlJc; live fowl, l.16c. KOtlK t.'hoici deanery, IiCSc; eastern extra-s, 2Tj'JSc; western, l'5'n'-5c; storage, JOfjSc. KKANS Carbad lots, pea beans, :.3C medium, KM; yellow eyes, 2.5X3 z.5o; red kldmys, Ji.o0g3.C0; California small white, H7O3-2.S0; forelxn pea beans, fJ.3v5i5.JG; Rcoth ereen peas, J2.70tf2.7S; Cuiadian txai?, Jl.(egl,76; Lima beans, CVilGVic, Jobbitc, 10 to 15c higher. API'l.Flfi-BadwIns, fancy, 4ff5 bbl; No. 1, J3.75ai.S; No. 2, J2.7tfl8.50; Breen I:i6k. IZii-i. Notheru Spy, J3.SO?4.oO; rus sets, J2.50Ji.n.W; Ben Davis, J3?t3.7d; west crn box applei, Jl.noi2.75.- POTAT01CJ5-Cen.'raI Maine and Aroo stook, JUil.lObg; sweets, Vlneland, it.:o l3 bbl, OOctft bikt. KKUIT Craiberrles, :.7f.g3.50 crt, J P bbl; srap fruit. J1TJ2 50 bx; extra fancy, J2.754j; bx; rallfornla oranses, J1.50ft.7B bx; Florida, Jl. 26,2 bx; tan yerir.es,, J2 SOft SO strap. Ilellned sugas are unlet. Refiners tpiote pranulatod arl fine at 4.70c for 10o-bbl lots and 4.$6c for 'J bblB. tVbolesale Kioceri quote .!n for less than y hbls. LIVE STOCK MARKET. New Vork, Jojl 26. BKEVES Ilcelpts 2,srA Trade slow and lower. Hters, J5.O'U6.60; oxen, t4.ftin t.2C: bulls. J4TOGF6.3S: cowa. t' 'Jf.Ti i iv. I dressed btef elw; native stf, R'iJrlOVte, exports, 17 catlo. CAJ-iA'ICH Reclptu 1,500; veals slow to 26c lower; harynrd calves and western calves lowor. Veals, J7.00ti 11,00; culls J6.0O7J.W, btrvard c.ilvel, J3.5034t0; westerners, Hi; dressed calves lower; city drttaed ealu, I3vfi17c; country dressed veals, fl'llc. BH11BP AND I.AMIIS- Ib'Celpts ,aii. Hheep steady, ambs slow and 15f:Htc lower, sheep, JtOf,.2n; culis, 2.00tfl!.50i lambs, J.'i.00f(5.i. IIDOS l'.ecejpi 7,400. Market wowk at JR.:MrSi. CHICAOO 'RODUCE MARKKT. Clilcapo, Jan. IK. TtVB Cash. N. 2. S4Vtc. RAHLKV Cnn Wfrftc, T I MOTH Y Can W.asjHO.: March Jio, mtu.on. CI-OVER-Cas' JiaotKauS-iVI; March JU.Tk. Wl I K AT M y iS'J&Oo ; July KWjo; Sept, ia-e. CORN May Sic; July fdoj S-pt. t2ic. OATS-May 3.; July MMiINc: Sept. PORK May, J13J, I.AltD Jan. my,- tv.ei'A. IllllS-J.in. Jl03m Jt.OTH.2Vt, May JC.77Vi; July May JJ.S0; July KI.OtrR.-rcaKyi IIYH--Nn. X SI14. IlAIlDlCY-IVert.r mUlntf, Mfl75c; fair to choice malltnu 87fiaV4o, rLAXBRIin-N, I, southwestern. J2. W, No, I northwitern, J2.CD, TIMOTHY HV.VA Jl0.6Oi;10.70. euivicn MKHS PORK qr I,!,), ) J20.0ftl;Cfl.75, I.AKD-pnr jr t fc.) jo.mi, lDO'l11'1' 1I,,K"k,nH (low) yoMMIf BlDES-WLort cler (boxed) J10.7TU.O1. OUAlN rATTHTICH. Totnl clrancsor wheat and flout were ntjul to ijf.,o bu. Primary recelpti wore (Kis.ono bn., eovnrtd with 7S1,(VX) mi, the cftrrwpoiidlnr y n year ami, JSatl. mated rec.iita forn-inorrow! Wheat 19 narl cHin i ur( oatM lw( t,un,, )loe)i F. D. ABERNETHY Succeasor to H. W. ALLEN & CO. This Week Sweeping Final Reductions Upon all merchandise remaining from the 1911 Clearance Sale. In all departmente thts Store s unsurpassed merchandise at wonderfully little prices. Those who have not seen the Silks That Are Going at 39 Cents and 50 Cents should come to-day. Strictly high grade, beautiful Silks, and the coat is scarcely more than that of good washable fabrics. Voolen Dregs Goods at 50 Cents Under this bending can be seen nil of the Store's short lengths of black and colors, also a quantity of fine suitings, 50 and 54 inches wide, that were $1.00, $1.20 and $1.50. In the Basement Can Be Seen Quanti ties of Staple Wash Fabrics and Housekeeping Goods at prices calculated to effectually clear the stocks. Articles at 5 Cents Towels, Crash, Prints, Erown Sheeting, Dress Ginghams, Domet Flannels, etc. At 9 Cents Per Yard Linen Towels, Linen Crash, Checked Glass Crash, best Ging hams and Printed Percales, Flannelettes, Silkoline, White Cur tain Muslins, Cretonnes, Madras Curtain materials, Scrim, 36 and 40-inch Bleached and Unbleached Sheeting. T able Linens at Extremely Low P Damask Table Covers, size 2 yards square, slightly soiled, value $2 25, Priced at $1.45 Napkins, sizes 20x20 and 22x22, values up to $2.50. . Priced at $1.85 Dozen. Fringed Damask Napkins, 15x15 inches, value $2.50 per dozen- Priced at 75 Cents the Half Dozen Muslin Curtains 45 Cents Pair Ruffled Muslin, either plain cr striped, also white and ecru Scotch Net Curtains, value 75 cents. Piffled Musjin Curtains $1.38 Including Scalloped, Scotch Net, Renaissance and Striped Madras, value $3.00. Wkite Quilts $1.25 Fringed Crochet Quilts, full size, selling regularly at $2.00. Sneets 58 Cents I Size 81x90 inches, actual value 75 cents. Linen Crasn 8 1-3 Cents One large lot of pure Linen Crash, plain bleached, also checked, width 18 inches, actual value 12i cents. Comforters 87 Cents Printed Silkoline, variety of atti-active patterns for choice actual value $1.25. ' (MAI I'l.OOltl Washable Fabrics 19 Cents Si'k Muslins, plain and dottod effects, French Challies, Scotch Dimities, Scotch Ginghams, French Flannels, French Pique, etc. Laces, Dress Trimmings, 14 Cents ' Included under this price are fine linen, Oriental and Nor mandy Valenciennes Laces and Insertings, Persian Bands, Braids, etc., selling regularly from 25 cents to $1.00 per yard. Dress Trimmings and Laces 35 Cents Dressmakers and all others interested in dressmaking will find this a very excellent chance to secure fine things at a cost that is a mere, small fraction of real worth. Novelties from the 'ressmaking department are included in this lot, also wide Chif fon, All-over Nets and Printed Chiffons. Women's Shopping Bags 50 Cents Anthony Leather Bags, black and colors, actual value $1 00 and $1.25. Men a Underwear Medium weight wool, broken assortment of sizes price 35c. Black Taffeta Ribbons 8 C ents 3G0 yards fine, pure Silk Taffeta Ribbons, widths 2 to 4 ins value 18 to 25 cents. ' Beautiful Novelty Ribbons 38 Cents A quantity of finest fancy Ribbons, changeable effects, stripes, brocades, etc., actual values G8 cents to $1.00. Re mnants. Ribbons, 3c, 5c, 10c Great variety of colors for choice. Initialed Handkerchiefs 15 Cents n,uf? 31 brkeV as80rtmnts of our line initialed handker chiefs, selling regularly at 25 cents. I I I .iJVL. I I R D. ABERNETHY VlWHBBUWBBBIIBHBBBi 3 lll'T'flllt bie.uiy, creameries, J7g2,-,c. dalnef. I'l'u-'Jc ItiHH M.fildy, receipts fl,f,ij .,. , mark, ciuen Inrluded HGiDci llrsts, joa, prli ie firsts, :lo. OHl3F.bl"-rnettled, .Utrles, IfiJUe; twins, UK'tc; Vount; Ammlcas, 15Mll6cj l.OIIK lloi-iK, IfffVje, l'OTATOl'IS- Wtiuk, i luilra to fancy, ; ft'aci fair lo i "I, 4.VTI-UO HH'1ntV li'llM, lUlite.VH, live, 17n, dressed, ic liem., Uvo u, , drensed, l:V; bpr i i; p (.1" i, i nh'I, i.i VKAL- Bleady, W) to 00 lb. wis., Svi rices I to S3 lb. wis., 10 V, S5 to 110 lb. wis.. PISTON' HU'i'TKH MAUKF.T Host, ni .1 in. BUTTKn-Lovver. Northern. 'ifjiOc; western, ESIfCSUc. 1 1 . ijs F rn , . Xew Vork. IV Vermont tvvlna. Uit..fl5c. Chamber of Commerce Quotati Tmont nnd New Hampshire 6tHorted si,, 27c, boie. five ""fli. full weight. S7v,i. prints wxlBht, I74e, Kl6c. U.l lid full OBITUARY. A. V. SpnldhiK. vA'.iV' !i,'a'"ln r,ll at hlN hnme or North Ulnoopkt avenue early PHdjiy afternoon. .lft,.r ll(,ln)? n fu) foi several mouth. Amc,cP v. HpablliiK wM born in !r devvflic- IVbrunry 1, 1S35. h.s fath-1 hol a Metbodlst cl-rsymnn Ai a you.iR man be iniiKht In Wen Itfindilrn Academy mill o,lcr plilrH ad ,t,,lfl, aw in Wet Ilandolph, a fellow studei t beinc .IndKe John W. Howell. After beltit; admitted to the bar In 155S o praethed In Itandolph and HrUtol, at rl canio to IturllnKton In 1871. Mnee whlrb time be ban been a resident hero. He t survived hy a wife r.nd one pon Prof Kdwnrd CI. Hp.ildlne of Princeton Uni versity, who was with his father durlra the pat week Mr Hpai.nni? was a Justice of the t,Mare many years, 'ryln a larse number of cases, both civil nr t erlminal. He was conIdered a ve ible trial Justice. He was a thorough v raid lawyer with n uood knowledge t the law. which h had alwav- studied Hefore coining to tlnrlliitnn he waa ea 1 to hnve the lnraest law pra 'tlce 1 Addison county. Latterly be had r.ot bee -o active on acentint of tnlilnR health. Mrs. Ilcrinnn Well. Mrs. i.uev Anna Wells, S3, vv clow of Merman Wells, died at the borne of Mrs W F. Hunt of 021 Kelnumt avenue PTTlnufleld, Ma Pildny monilr.j? from tiie effects of an Injury rt 'elved tw i v.eok iiro, when she fell ,Ur di-loe-nte ' one of her hips. She was born W Northampton and was married In t city to Mr. Wells. They .lved for m. .vearx In Mon'aa ,e or I '.-iter In Kr She lived with Mr H : vv'.o i nephew, for lr. ii ve-i- c nnjr In Sb ? fleltl from eir llf,'0. .-h K W. Coletr. . I'.mnlc Win I I'olo., widow formerly ma, 1 rotber. li 'I hi' ftinern! rt''::in'it af 2 'I" o . i !. Ill vln;; .lef the hur t! t . 1 Biirtr c e a- j. If i c i w Mm. .,1, f Ki-oi , pton iv 1 V '' ' ' radi, Hrrioz f .ir, A. Wt ,ebte Spreglnfl n ', ' oi i I: irl le 'f 1 ante I it hei ! dir atterr ien . vvu t-uker : eritl set v - iv n iy. Cihv'.n VI Word ' , ' of tin; .let,, . i at St I. on Hunker w - n n Hunker. e 1 in t .Is c' " n Majoi Hunk Jnr j.ii y .. 'Mnirtoi Oh September '' . l..i itl( It v to Ire i i'' ,. He wns men-lnl traveler during res t life and was for ninnv , employ of Thorna.- W., - i ton, .MnH. Last July, owlnt; to fal!ir,K P. -call Mr. Hunker gave up all busint- a' went to Pt. I.ouls to the br.i.e daucrhtor, Mrs. W H Wilson In N vniber he contracted pneumonia ai. 1 had been steadily faillntr since the' time. He is survived by a wife ard three children, Mrs. I.ora Bunker Wil son of Ft I.ouls, Mrs .Marie Bunker Burt of Flrookllne, Mass.. and Sidney M. Bunker of this city. The remalni will be brousht to thl city for Inter ment Daniel Mien. Daniel Shea died Monday morning at his home on South Wlnooski aYenue nt the advanced a of M years, after an Illness of two weeks. Mr. Shea was the father of the late John .1. Shea, foi many years a member of the board o( aldermen, and leaves one daupMer. Mrs, Helen Grlndrod of Albany, N. V Th deceased was born In Ireland ir the vetii I81fi and cime to this city many yearv ngn, For a long time he was employ as tailor by B. Turk & Brother, but w obhfted to retire because of fa 11 lug- eye slcht, and at the time of hts death wt j ne.irlv blind. Mr. II. R. rirmrnt. A K. Clement rertlved word Friday 1 death of Mrs. Jennie (Finney) Clement, tvlfo of Mr. Clement's brother, Henry K Element, at hur home in Cberaw, S. i Mr and Mrs. H. E. Clement formerly re. Iderl in Wlnooski. The remains arrived here Sunday mornlnK and in termenl was mode m Gren Mount cemetery from the home of A. K. Clem ent, 1M So I'nlon street. A stion bur. lal servlci . unducted at the feTAVe. Mr-.. .7. '.i 11. CaxnA.avir. Mrs. John H. a ,i'.w, (colortfi), o! , ' ?l Sotltli t'har:iM . n " i eet, died early home, jffit i'!nef with. ' - u sni-Ttvrd a . : by a. for '.-cterday mornlnr f,7 years, after n : pneumonia. Mts. Ca: I by her husband and mer morrlajre. The funeral will be held at the home to-moriev after noon at :S0 o'clock and 'ay morning: the remains vviU be t m Bristol for Interment. MIm Alhertlue Irnnrd. Miss Albertlne MenarU, knovvr In rellr Ion as faster Mary, died yfaiertlay morn lnK at the Hotel Dleu, Faupy Allen bem pttal, nfter a Unerring lllnerv The fu neral will be held with solemn retaieBi mass at the hospital chapel Friday mfirn ttiK nt T:3n o'clock. Mrs. Vellle I'. I'ulter. The remain- f Mrs1. Nellie P. Fullr of ChleaKO wei' croi.Kbt to this city Mondav A funera. ervicc was he'd T es da afternoon at two o'clock In the Tinder taklni; rooms of J. A. Cer'rJn. Mrr, Fuller was a s'stti of J F. Tcters ot South Wlnooski atmi" 30TH ANNIVERSARY, llvent Celrhruied by Cntliollc VonaI Vlrii'N t'nltm l,nst MvenlliK, The Catholic TounK Men's unlo; i(it evenlnc celebrated the 30th anntvernary ,if Its orKiuilzatlon In this city with exer whi'b were well attended in tplto ,t 'lie birK'1 number of other attractions in -,.n. A proRram of literary 'tnd musl , 1 .itubtrs hlKhly Interested the audi ence ml won Its hearty applmise. At the el. e the tpaclous hall vns thrown open foi d'licliiK, music belny furnished by I.esscr - orchestra, and In one of the other room1- refreshments 'were served from attr.i' . looths by tlm younjr la dles of the i .ilral twrlsll. The prosrai. , over which, K. 11. Corley presided, vvns as follows: Piano solo .Mr. Nclmoyer I'arly history of tin ccratr.atnnl M. n, MoMnhon Soprano solo ..Miss K it"rlnt McCaffrey Fraternal orBaulzatloi..-, Ti'Mmas I.. Howley Violin solo l.uiln Slllimaji Soprano solo Ml. .. Sirnh Corley I'roKont day orKanlzntlon, The Hev. y y Crosby Accompanist Ml.s Uibn Murphy COTTON FUTUruS. New Vork. Jan. JR. Pottor. f tnres closed barely stea Iv Clo'lnK ' I Jan. H.st. Teb. 14 fi5, Mircb 11. Vs. Al ' HS; Ma H.9I June U.H, Juy n Aus. H63, Oct 13. "0.