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TUTS BURLINGTON FKKE iTSESS AND TlflUSS : TllUiraDAY, JANUAKT 20, lvil
MATE INVITED 10 TAKE A RIDE AN AFRICAN BEAUTY ,r f -Eafetei s (JDic Zulu rincotthi, a- A Successful Two Step, Composed by Arthur Pryor. Played by Sousa's celebrated Concert Band. Invitation of Boston & Maine to Visit Brattleboro Officially Declined. JR. ten. An. , Sva , rr- ''e-i-Txr.c. -rrrrri 1 1-i.L-U LLJLlJ-: HOUSE PASSES LOBBY BILL -t I yat r lrv. ' J -- U , I House Passed Bill Appropriating $50,000 for Home for Defec tive Children at Brattleboro. Montpcllfr, Jan. 23. Nearly nil the members of the Senate nml llouso were oi their scuts when the Legislature re )iivcnfil this evening. The Senate killed Hie resolution Introduced by Senator 'lUtterlleld that the Sennto visit Itrin Mcboro to-morrow on a special trail 'nrnlshed by the Boston A- Maine rail r ail Senator Daniels thoupht IC tin lip vn: to be made It should be a( Hi -fxpense of the Stale and not of any r.il! 'oad. The icsolutlon was also opposed by Penator Powell on the ground that the Fcnate ought not to wnte a day at this lace of tbo scs-don. The Hostun & Maliie pped.il train that was tu take the f-' nate to Brattloboro to-morrow Is In Monlpdior & Wells river yard and ik rumored trf-nlght that tho train nr run to-morrow and that several His of tho Senate will go along. S-nnte persisted In Its refusal to iner ltd vote by which It killed the bill providing for publicity In -:ri expenses. il "ie had quite a debate on the r ,utrlng legislative counsel or i 's t i register with the seigeant-at- s, in othtr words, to regulate the o .jf thi House. Mr. Stone of Wa.l- nfoii. sabl tt was a direct reflection on 1 tulure Legl-iatiuc.. Mr. Peek l.t.i iiiiKto:. J Ih.-jki.L the bill w.i.s p Vi-me oiul that it would be crcdlt ii le legislation to pass such a bill. It r.; a also favored b Mr. Boyco of Wator b ry. Mr. Stone replied that It la class IfKlsliUon and should not be enacted in law 'lr. Iirwlaml of Poultney characterized I e oil! as unnecessary legislation. Ho elk vol In letting those Interested In Mils before tho legislature should eomo ere freely and go before committees, iwilinut being docketed. There Is no "aimer of the Vermont Legislature being or.- ipted. Mr. .Stone said this bill rtitd legislate away the constitutional ight of free speech. The bill was passed. The House passed without debate the Sill provldlnc that motor boats, valued it more than $100, shall be taxed In i hi s where they are kept. The House v I go In at 9-20 to-morrow morning. OFFICIAL RECORD OF DAY SENATE-EVENDNG. c alleil to order by president Devo- lonal servicea by chaplain. ORDERED TO LIE. S. 17: Helatlnc to tho taxation of personal property. Itecjuest of Hen " .r Gordon. ADOPTED IN CONClTnitKNCK. Joint resolution, payment for 10U f. pies of decisions of Supreme Court, - town as Vermont digest, copies to delivered to State librarian. i)n nn it 1 011 of Senator IMK'Tton, tho F 1 ite witod to return to the Hons b 1 - H. IS.'i and (in motion of Senator 1'ike, the Sen ff vuted to return II. S62 to the 'Ions.-. ItHSOLUTIONS. Joint resolution by Senator Seaver, governor to ajipolnt a committee to attend initial tax conference of ID11 mid lfiU'. Adopted on part of Senate. Resolution by Penator Uutlerfleld, 1h.it the Semite as a wholo make an I 1 r.irtinn trip in Iirattleboro at tho tp. use of the Vermont Valley Rall- . urnpany to inspect land under II 1iJ, Vermont Valley railway tu -Murt railroad from Vernon to 't.eboro. Senators Daniels and nidi opposed ho resolution. Res t on lost. 1111 motion of Senator Dale, the Sen h c roronsldered IT. 240, inane of ' rlon to construe electric liKht t iiot'sr, hills nni'KRRr.D. 1. ;0 To Incorporatij city and town of H Albans. H Ittl To Incorporate the .Southern Vcr 3 jnt Railway company. Railroads. PASSED IN CONCURRENCE. H -To Incorporate the Taconlc Val r railroad. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. S 1C0--To Incorporate the Clyde River , liJci-'rtc Railway company. ', KILLED. It SOI Relatlnu to the employment of i r .nl eiiKliiers. i.at. b.v rlslni! vote of II to 12 refused ti r i miHlder its voto on II. 231, relating to j i aljliclty of campaign expenses. On ni it on of Senator Cutts. Senator Dan iel -nd Cordon favored reconsideration Hf ' He bill. r. motion of Senntor flrlswold, tho Sen- l adj jurned. HOUSE EVENING. I Hit .'iin.nal exorcises were conducted by lupl-aln. TIUID READING ORDERED. II 11 Helatlm; to lire Insurance com p,l) le- H 420 Td provide for tho purchase of the Peru turnpike road. H 127 To authorize the public service CDmml'.slon to reKiilate and foruid the blowing of whistles and ringing of bells on locomotives, . II, 4"S To amend the charter of the Quarry Savings Bank & Trust company, II. 017 Relating to propagation of trout, IT. fi7.1-Relo.tlnB to costs In municipal ind Justice courts. II. (AtTo Incorporate the trustees of Vermont Academy. II GS5 To I'stabllsh a municipal court In Caledonia county. TI 605 -Helming to State highway com nilssloner II 6S2 To ' prevent what Is commonly Vnown aH the "whlto slave" traffic, H. 131 HeUtliiR to temporary licenses lor (ie pnu ti i of pharmacy ri, - 1i latino tu ' nollco (o lion ruslJt defyiidmU, z-lrrrrrtrrfrrg- g sczv-0- T -r 1 ( :23l-- -p f-Tt-- r I g ir-l-r: J fcn -rf;rrrg r 111 I V -9 ..rr-1 h r. FrhrrLp- --- j 4 w , , , E -.; rr I B.H. 2-A JA J2 S. 154 III amendment of section 2201 of the public statutes. S. lf.o To enable Springfield to execute the trusts therein named. SENATE RILL REFERRED. S. 40 Relating to location of licenced places. To committee on temperance. APPROVED I3Y THE GOVERNOR. H. 72 An art to Incorporate the Com mons club of Norwich I'lilversity. H. 5Vi An act to restrict and regulate tho sale of oleomargarine. II. 3CO An art to amend No. 131 of the! acts of 1SI0, establishing Phillips Acad-i emy. 1 H. 020 An act relating to the opera-' (Ion of railroads on grado crossings in ! municipalities. II. 412 Ai act relating to railroad de murrage charges. II. 414 An act to Incorporate the Fraternal Mutual Aid society. H. 642 An net to amend section 11 of No. 174 of tho acts of 1S0S, as amended by section one of No. 1TB of the acts of 1502, and bv section one of No. R30 of the acts of U ;, relating to Lake Dunmoro Power & Traction company. IT, 547 An act to amend section r.33 of the public statutes, relating to the quadrennial appraisal. IT. ZC2 An act to provide for cor recting and legalizing Invalid ab stracts of Individualists, grand lists and quadrennial appraisals, and amending section 570 of tho public statutes. L (137 An act to amend section S of No. 11 of the acts of 190S, lelatlng to tho destruction of Insect pests. H. (140 An act tu amend section "IS! of the public statutes, relating to the laying out of public parks. II. C4.1 An net to nniend section 3 nf Hiiiisii bill 317 entitled "an act to Incorporate tho Pleasant Vlow Ceme tery association." 11. C44 An net relating to the estab lishment nnd maintenance of a sana torium for the treatment of tuber culosis. II. 1115 An act to nmend number 29.1 of tho acts of 1D0S entitled "nil act to establish a municipal court within nnd for the county of Orleans." If. 051 An act to amend section S of nn act entitled "an act In amend ment of, and In addition to, chapter SOS of the public statutes, relating to tho regulation of trado nnd tho in spection nf weights and measures," approved December IC, 1910. II. 005 An act relating to the bind ing of certificates and permits, amend ing section 32S3 of the public statutes. THIRD READING ORDERED. II. KS3 To provido for tho registration of nurufs. II. CSG-IlclntliiK to the l-Jgulatlon of trnde and the Inspection of weights and measures. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. H. Cfil--Relatlng to legislative counsel and agents. The bill was favored by Mr. Peck of Ilurllnglon, Mr. Hoyco of Wat ttbiiry. Mr, lint tell of Mlddlebury, Mr. Wright of Westminster, opposed by Mr. Stone of Walllngford an i Mr. Rowland of Poultney, H. CM Relating to collection of taxes by suits at law. II, 229 Relating to taxation of motor boats. II. HIT Relating to Sand Har bridge, 11. fi'iS-Relatlng to stationery and sup. plks, ORDERED TO LIE. II. CflO Relating to sentences nnd com mitmc nts. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. IJ. wil Authorizing tho vlllngo of Rich font tc Issue bonds, II. CGl-Relating to the digging up ol public, hltrhwayn. II. 669 Relating to taxation of Interest beat Inn depotlts In n.itlonni banks II. 670 Relating to Inheritance taxes. If. Oil To pay J. V C'ooIUIku, $.",2.?s, H. C7i-To pay K. N. l'ost, U5.02. PubUshed by AKEUICAI MELODY Co., New 11. 071-To enable towns so voting to re cstabll: h .mil permanently work their cornei. and boundary lines. H. C75 To pay certain persons the sumi therein named. II, 076 To pay certain claims for cattle killed. H. 077 To pay the national bank of Pel lows Kails the sum theioln named. H. C78 To pay George 1!. Rand of Hur llngton J252 for State pay during the Civil War. II. 079 To provide for repairs and alter ations to the court liouo In Franklin county. IT. 052-To legalize the grand list oi Drlstol. II. iVC To legnllze tbo quadrennial ap ptalal of RrlKhton for 1910. PASSED PNDER SUSPENSION OF THE RULES. S. 170 To revive the corporate exlstcnca of t.ni Windsor County Agricultural so ciety. SENATE RILLS REFERRED. S. 107 To Incorporate village of Ludlow. To committee on municipal, corporations. S. 92 To provide for bu.lilini; the gulf road In town of Granville. To committee on highways and bridges. K. K3 In relation to mutual fire Insur ance companies. To Joint rommitteo on Irsurance. On motion of Mr. c,,ni nf Shotcham, the House at ten o'clock adjourned. VERMONT MARBLE MEN TO WORK ALASKA QUARRY Rutland, Jan. 24. ArMiur Lyman, who has been in 'the employ of tho Vermont Mm bin oinpany for 2? ;cars and Is now recovering at tho Proctor hospital from nn operation for appen dicitis, will leave about March 1 for Tokecn, Alaska, to be superintendent of one of the concern's majblu quar ries .there. Mr. Lyman will be ac companlod by 1. J. Davlne of West Rutland, who will have ehargo of construction work, and John McDon ough of West Rutland, who Is to be quarry foreman. Tho men will be absent ubou'i 10 months, which is the quarrying season In that .art of Alaska. Mr. Lyman succeeds In this work E. L. Norton of Proctor. Tho quniry In Toheen employs nbout 30 bauds, and some of the marble closely resembles tho Italian varieties. There are also black and green veins. The product Is shipped by boat from Tokeen, which Is located on Marble Island, to Wrangell, about 100 miles toward tho mnlnlnnd, 'thenro south, to TRcoma. Wash., and San Francisco. PRISONERS CAME BACK. MierlfY Trmv Let SB Hen .Ml mil n Snlvnllim Army Mrrtlnur. Montpoller, Jan. 22. Another object loson In tho success of Sheriff Krank H. Tracy's humane system In tbo treatment of Jail prisoners at Mont peller came to notice last evening. Tho local corps of tho Salvation Army has every evening tho past week boon holding special temperanco meetings, or, as they aro called by the Salvation Army, "drunkards' meetings." Wltn tho consent of Sheilff Tracy tho 25 malo Inmates jit tho Jail, most of whom in o serving nl'tomnthe sentences for Intoxlcntlon. were Inst evening Invited bj ('apt. Annlo L. Ilucltlns, tho ntneer in chnigo of the local corps, to attend the meeting In tho .army hall, and the Invitation was accepted to a man. The sheriff put them on their honor and allowed 'them to go without nn isiort. Although in tho darkness and Saturday night crowds on tho streoti it would have been easy for some o( tho men to escape, In 10 minutes after E.H. I U I . I LI York. the special services prepared for them had closed, every man wa-j back In his lunrters at the Jail, thankful for tbo prlvllego granted. One of tho men was heard to remark that had any om of the party attempted to violate tho confidence Imposed In him, the other ?4 would have nsslstcd the sheriff In rapturing the culprit. LORIMER CASE AND TARIFF BEFORE SENATE Washington, Jan. 23. The Lorlmcr case and the tariff held chlif place in tho Senate's deliberations to-day. Senator Gambia of South Dakota spoko In sup port of the favorable report of the com mittee on elections upon the election of tho Illinois member and Senator Flint of California spoke In opposition to the Cummins resolution touching tariff revision. In thu House tho postdtllco appropria tion bill was considered. A provision was adopted that after July 1, 19", all mall cars In the service shall be of steel con struction ti roughout. Uoth houe3 will be In session to-morrow. MRS. MARTIN GIVEN A SEVEN-YEAR SENTENCE Newark, N. J , Jan. 23,-Seven years In State prison was tho ptntenc Imposed upon Mrs. Caroline B. Martin for the part the played In the death of Ocey Snead, her daughter, by Judge Ten Eyck to-day, The body of Ocey Snend was found In a bath tub In her house In Past Oranse, N. J., 'in November, 1909. Mrs. Martin pleaded nn vult to man slaughter. She was preat y agitated when she henrd her fate pronounced by the court. HOOKWORM IS SPREADING. Five Million Amerlcuin Ilnrp It Vcnrn Needed ("keck nismnr. Washington, Jan. :3. Five million Americans havo hookworm. This Is the fact of primary Impirtanco disclosed through the Investigaton of the origin and progress of the disease by the corps of experts of the Rockefeller commission. Hookworm Is spreadlnr. The commis sion has discovered evidences of the devel opment of this parasite In Arizona, Cali fornia and other western States. At the annual meeting of tho commis sion In New York Wolnetday a report will be made on the rvage of the dis ease during tho past yjar. Ignorance is llin principal dlfnculty Iho physicians aro mooting In the South. The only way to stop the spread of the d sense Is by teach ing the poorer people t keep themselves clean and introduco satltntlon Into tholr homes nnd schools and fictorlcs. That the hookworm germs ore being carried almost every dty Into new terri tory by people who ha'n contracted It In Infected territories hat been established by ttm commission, The fund of Jl.000,000 (onated by John D. Rockefeller for the ernllcatlon of the dis ease was given to extoid over a period of five years. Members of the commission say It will take at leait 20 years to begin to stamp out the disease, READ HER HEAD TOO WELL. Immigration Aullinr !! n(lr .-npnK l'hienotogl'l 'M Companion. New York, Jan. 2J Us island au thorities, represented y Impector Nelson snd his men, checket the elopement In full flight yestorday Thomas II. Mu. grove, a phrenologist, and Mrs, EHiabetli Porter, the mother of four children. As Mrs. Lizzie Musurove, Mm. Porter arrived with the student of lead bumps In the second cabin on the Campania, which docked In the motnlnj. Tho couple wore ST'-h I. - ; I" t V IT. ( h a 1 ' j-i 7'y' m f t 1 ; 1 '1ir -s trfcs rfrfi" -..:::: iZLT : VJn.ib":2 E5rc-r-r-"l't r-ELgE , pS- J U ,! -J- r-V& "5 l TRIO.' f.lf -m -- An African Beauty, i pp 2d p, taken to Ellis Island, and ten minutes' after the convening of a board of inquiry were ordeifd deported. Musf,Tove's wlfo In England was the cause of their undoing. She sent tlvo or six despatches to the commissioner of Im migration requesting tnelr detention. She had already served her husband beforo his sailing with papers In a divorce action. ilutgrove, who Is 3C years old. had $.100 with him, nnd Mrs. I'ortcr, confessing to 29 years, had JSC They met three years ago at Wlgam, In Lancashire, where tho phrenologist was busy examining the bulges on country cranlums. Ho exam ined those on Mrs. Porter's head, and both were so delight d with the disclosures that the romance began then. In the In terval since then, though the phrenolo gist continued to travel from village to village setting up his tent, he found fre quent occasion to visit Wigam. where Mrs. Porter's husband Is n police ser geant. TOOK EVERYTHING IN SIGHT G. E. Whitney' Humr the Winner nt Montreal lee ltnee. A well 'leased crowd of horstmen re turned Saturday night from Montreal, where they saw G. K. Whitney's horses take everything in sight, and the Plumber establish a new world's record for a two mile race on a half mllo Ico track. The new time Is 4:51 and was mr.i'n In the second heat of tho race. Jennie W. took the free-for-all against what Is thought to be by many the greatest horso In Canada, Harold R., Jr., a seven year old stallion, who wa.s sold fpr $15,000 a few months ago. The Burlington people aro repor'ed ni having furnished good ba. k liig for tho Vermont horses and rumors of a good haul are circulated. In the Plumber's rare, the Whitney horse had nurd luck near the beginning, one shoe spreading and tho last three laps of the race were gone with only a half of a tshoe. The big horse was Merely, however, nnd Driver Bowdoln kept him at work. The finish was a hair raiser, another horse, Rex, belnjr neck and neck with him during tho en tire race. In the second heat tho Plum ber steppi d away from the crowd and broke the world's iccord. In Jennie's nice, Harold R, was the betting favorite and Jennie's victory of three straight hcnls astonished tho Montreal sports. Harold U. took second placo In all of tho heats but could not touch the performance of thu Whitney mare. The time made was 2:16, 2:17 and 2:20. Both horsei will raco at tho coming meet In Ottawa, DATES FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Newport, Jan, 22. Rufus W. Spear, clerk of the public service commission, makes public tho following dates for hearings: January 27, Brooks House, Iirattleboro, 9:00 a. nt., public Investi gation of accident to Dr. T. W, Gngo and others caused by derailment on Control Vermont near Wllllamsvlllo: nt tho same place, 11:00 a, m., hearing: on the petition of" II. P. Wellman vs. Twin State Gas & Electric company; February 7, at office of II. B. Amoy, Island Pond, hearing on petition of Grand Trunk vs. town of Brighton, relative to the elimination of grade rrosslng; February S, 9:00 a. m at passenger station at Guildhall, hear ings on petitions of Maine Central rnil ro.ul vs. Moses Hodge nnd Joseph M. Pendrlgh, appraisals of land damage; Fobruary 0, at 9:00 a. m., at the North flold House, Northfiold, hearing In re gard to petition of Central Vormont vs, Northfleld and others for elimina tion of two grado orosslnss in village of Northfleld ond also nn adjourned hearing In raso of Northtlold vs, Cen tral Vermont for protection by flas- r-i-i nn2 c ( -j-Jjb j-i --rz I n; 0 1 fi-t I i g X - fi ; - jzz.trr-r , F -arr- r J --r :j-' m - 1 1 -if- -a- AAA 2 22 AAA 'I man nf grade crossing south of sta tion; February 10, at the offlrn of Richard A. Hoar of Harre. hearing on petition of A. C. Dickey nnd others vs. Barro Railway compnny as to rates and service; February 14, at 10:30 a. m at Bothel Inn, Bethel, adjourned hearing on petition of E. II. Edgerton vs. the White River railroad and Cen tral Vermont; February 2S, at 9:00 a m., Bardwell House. Rutland, adjourn ed hearing in case of State's attorneys of Rutland county vs. New England Tclophono Jfc Telegraph company. DEATH OF NEGRO BISHOP. Abrnbnm Grant Wiik Horn In Ox-cnrt His Mother a Slave. Knnsas City Mo.. Jan. 23. The Rev Abraham Grant. 1 Slop of the African Methodist Episcopal I'hurch, died at Ids home in Kansas city, Kansas, yesterday. He had been 111 for several month-!. His wlfo died nine days ago. Horn In s.nvery at Lnko City, Florida, Blsh' p urant rose to the highest posi tion In the church. An ox-cart was bis first cradle, for It whs there he was born while his mother, who had just been sold, was on the wav to her new home with her new master Bishop Grant had been president- of Paul Cjulnn College In Texas end president of the board oi trustee of Wllberforce L'rhevlty. CAPTAIN BARR DROPS DEAD I'e Wm rmnnuH Skipper of fir Amer ica' Cup Defenders. Southampton, En? , Jan. 21 Csptair. Charles Barr, the noted American yachts man, died suddenly of heart trouble hera to-day. Captain Bar had bt-n In this country since last spring when h brought over his last command, the r v.onner West ward, built by the Herreshoffs fur A. S. Cochran of the New York Yacht club With the Westward, Captain Barr won many trophies at the regattas at Kiel Mid Cowes last summer. Ills success as skipper of the defenders of the Americas cup save him u hlgti place In European ynchtlns ciielcs from which news of Ills unexpected death call ed forth many expressions of keen re gret. Ccptain Burr had appeared to be In perfect health this morning. Ho was having bronkfa.it with bis family, when suddenly ho pUced a band upon his heart and with a cry of pain fell for ward Into tho arm of hli wife, dead. MOCK SESSION FULL OF FUN Sharp llnpx nt l,rgllUo Miord-om-Iiiii Knlireaed Pretermit. Montpoller, Jan. 24. Seldom has Re-pre. seutatlves' hall been crowded ss It was this evening when the amusement com mltteo from tho Senate and House pulle-d off the mock session for which active preparations have been In progress the past two weeks. Tho program was alto gether out of the ordinary and Included In addition to the Introduction of bills, messages from the Senate and Governor; Ilupgood songs by a quartette. led by Sen ator Taplln; poem, "The Yankee," by Ropresentutive D.irtt; ''Smoke. Dreams and Rope Spinning," by Doorkeeper W. FUko; Joint resolutions, etc. Representa tive Carll of Canaan was r.peaker; Repre sentative Bowles of Woodford, clerk; Representative Vlall of Dorset, assistant clerk J II. E. Slaytou, second assistant clerk; while several of the heavyweights In both houses acted as pages. An ode on primary elections by E. L. Chatterton was a feature as was the poem on the Legislature of 1910 and ISUi by Represen. lutlvo Bryant of Ludlow The action of the Senate Ui refusing to pas in concur rence Kuvural House bills, Involving party -I- -- S9 -j I 'edges, Mrs. Annette Parmalee, C J. Ferguson and others rame In for several sharp raps The fun wa.s fast and furious until everybody was tired out. CORSET COATS FOR MEN. Troimer to Fit So 'niicly Shoehorn Wllle He .Veedeil to Get Them On. St. Louis, Jan. 21 -Tho corset coat Is the fashionable --prlng and summer ,'arment for men this ear, and trousers era to tit so siuik1 shoehorns will be :.ecessary to get t. em on. At "east so nay tho International custom cutters, Already, they declare, the shadow of death is on the "foolish, over-exaggn-ated man." In his stead will come the "under-exaggerated man," and men of football physique will appear so slim their wives and sweethearts won't know them. It l Is said that the old caricatures of the dandy French counts give .. good Idea of Just how the tailors expecv tc make American men look this spring The edict comes forth from parlir of the Planters' Hotel here, and all tin Cnlted States and Canada must heed this voire from St. Louis. For here nrn gathered the custom cutters of the two nations and they have with them 1" garments tailored l:i tho styles they in sist are to be. The "Scotch effec-." snd "pencil stripes" In grays and browns ar.J blue are 'o bo the predominating rolori. Gray mixture will be given the lead Rich br' .vns ari to bo a close second, with blued running up a close third All the othor colors will te classed at belonging to dressers wro have either some tailoring ideas -f their own or no Idea at all. Shoulders will be slight, the chc-ot fu'l and tho waist small, givlns the effect of a corset, they say. Sleeves a!..o Will bo narrow. Padding will be pla ed a1- -ut tho chest liistcml of on the shoulders .1 of jure. Coat will be "Ingle breasted, iDldl-" rounded at the bottom. Tho "cutawa" ' In many rospe.ets will resemble the fn K roat now In sijle. Two buttons are to bo do rlgueur for those ofbon Un, bu' thu cu.'tom cutters fear the majority of Amer ican men wtil continue, to insist ur"" three. The waistband is to be relecated to t t !de llrcs. Two-piece sul's are to be t- height of fashion, and cuffs wdl predomi nate on trousers made of fancy suJtlns. BOND SCALE NETS NEW YORK OVER 9500,00. New York, Jan. St. After more thai sci en hour of cauvafsing, at the elost of what Comptroller Prendergast termed the "greatest bond sale that baa eve taken place In any municipality " the ac countants nttached to the finance de partment announced to-ntrht that thi $W.OA0i.i Issue of corporate stock at 4V per cent, will be awarded at an avurau of ipo.iMl. und will bring the c ty, w'tfc the premium, $00,512,441. 50. The largest Individual award, JU,000,fti goes to Kubn. Loeb & Co. J P Mor gan Co., acting with the Natl nal Cltj bank, and the First National bank, wen unsuccessful with a bid of b'0.S7 for "aT, or none." They lost by a narrow margin of only $l,2ll.f.O for their bid would hav netted tho ell) $C0,52H.2X.l. In all ICS bull weie received, aggregating $224,533,0jo, Erie, Kans,, Jan. 22. While several per sons were waiting for trains In the Ml, sour!, Kansas & Texas station yesterday, a negro walked In, dicw a revolver an forced thu station agent to glvo him tht money drawer. Tho robber looked at th passengers for a short time, wulked out and escaped. Want advertising Is tho chief sorvant, finder In the city now, and to-morrow, and afterward!