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T1IH BURLINGTON FIIKE I'RKSS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 23, Mil.
16 INAUGURATION IN OCTOBER Dr. Bonton in Tologram Accepts Presidency of U. V. M. President Thomn of Mlddlchtiry mill Uthor Educator Send Letter of Congratulation cm Hip Cliulec of n Nev lleud. Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Reliaf-.Permttnsnl Caro CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never fail. Purely vc cjet. able act lurrjy but eerily on the liver. Stop tila&i dinner dittrcti- eurciudi- oration improve the complexion hrioklwi the cyu. Small Pill, Small Dom, Small Prfc, Genuine muni-eat Signature mw HLYER Dr. Ouy Potter Benton, president-elect of tho University of Vermont, will bo Inducted Into office within tho first 10 days of next October. Tho arrangements nrn In chnrgo of the executive eotnmlttee of tho trustees, which Is computed "t Acting President Ellns Lyman, Robert Roberts, Casslus Peck, Edmund C. Mower, Fred T. Kidder and Redfleld I'roctor. No definite date has yet been pet, but tho Inauguration will be early In Ortobnr. Mr. Lyman received Saturday the fol lowing telegram from Dr. Benton: Ellas Lyman, Burlington, "Messago announcing my unanimous election to tho presidency of tho Uni versity of Vermont Just received. "1 am deeply nppreclatlvo of the high honor and pledge to tho Institution tho most earnest and faithful service of which I Jim capable. We are nil very happy. Pray extend my heartfelt thanks and assurances of devotion to your colleague on the board of trustee"). "GUY TOTTER BENTON." President Thomas of Mlddlebury sent Mr. Lymnn tho following letter: Mr. Elius Lyman, Burlington, Vt. My Dear Mr. Lyman: Jfny I congratulate you on the success ful issue of your earnest labors to secure a now president for tho University of Vor- mont? 1 have taken great pleasure in writing Doctor Benton my hearty con gratulations and best wishes for his suc cess. I trust that his coming may make for closer co-operation and greater effectiveness In all educational endenvors of our State. Faithfully yours. JOHN M. THOMAS. Numerous letters of congratulation have also been received from educators, and alumni of the university. FISHERIES AND GAME How Thcao Interests in Vermont May Bo Promoted. Mule CominlM'iloiier John V, Tltcomll PtirnlNlic Valuable Information llcgurdlnir the Development of. Thcue Intercut. well as by communities. If tho prne- tli al experience and knowledge of alt their Industrial experts count for any thing, the stree railway men believe New Vork st ite Is .lust cntetlng u period of unusual development. Exchungc. TROLLEYS AND FARMS. Rupld Trnns.lt Ilurnl to Extension u Iloon f onimunttlcH. Tho farming and business interests ot tho Empire state never promised more rapid development than at pres ent, according to the report made by Industrial experts from every section of the state at the headquarters of tho Street Railway Association of the State of New York, In this city. Fol lowing1 a convention called at Syracuse recently to consider the upbuilding of tho territory traversed hy their three thousand miles of suburban and Intorur ban track, the trolley traffic agents, who have made n special study of agricultural and commercial con ditions, arn preparing to co-operate with local and state authorities In bringing nbout a general Increase In land values, population anil prosperity. Through the assessed valuation of this Ktato'h real estate has doubled In the last ten years of traction develop ment, It Is asserted that concerted ef fort along these lines may bring bene fits far beyond even this signlllcant showing. To faelllato the knowledge and sale of the rich farming lands that have been put within oasy transportation touch of the towns and tho cities of the slate records of such properties are to be made and kept by the tralfle agents of nil the extensive Intcrmhau stieei railways. Through the agricultural In formation bureau thu pnu tie . illy es tablished, it will be possible to fur nish prospective farms hnjers from far and near with the fullest list of possible purchases most minutely de tailed as to acreage, cnttle anil prod ucts. As a help to the resident farm ers In making the most of their opera tions, car schedules arn being ar range that will put their products In tho market at the btfct possible ad vantage. Action on tlio principle that Increase of traffic Is Just as Important as reduction of operating expenses, tho .state trolley men havo determined to mnks effnits to stimu late manufacturing and business Industry at every possible point along their lines. Working with local trade bodies, their industrial agents are now plan ning to build up the population and wealth of each community by offoring tho greatest inducements to attract new enterprises and to otmhlo existing onns to extond their operations. In ovory section of tho state, these ex perts dectnrn there exists today al most unlimited poss1bllltl h for lri"roiis ins trade and manufacture In the Euburbii and outlying octlons trf the larger towns special at tempts aro to bo made this spring to stimulate! building operations and at tract a larger permanent population. Though tho entertainment of oxeur Mon crowds at summer resorts Is to bo carried on by tho trolley traffic Won n. usual, It Is realized that by ,n-operatlng In building up the regu lar residence and shopping sections fllong these lines, lasting benefit may o obtained by the street railways as NOTED METHODIST DIVINE. Iteiith of Itev. U. W. (iatvs II Former Burlington Pastor. Rev. Dr. David V. (iatcs, formerly presiding elder of both the Troy and Al bany districts of the Troy Methodist conference, and for the last five years one of the best known superannuated clergymen In tho conference, died sud denly at his boarding place at Saratoga Springs Friday evening. lie was as well an usual at dinner Frl day noon, but curly In the afternoon was seized with an attack ot ucute indlgcs t'on. This affected his heart, from which he had suffered for mnny years, and in Ids advanced age, seventy-eight years, he was unable to withstand tho dual at tack. According to his own Instructions, left !n a lettir, the remains were taken Im mediately to Round Lake, whero tho fu neral was held Monday. Tho body wu Interred in Oukwood cemetery. He Is the last of his family. Rev. Dr. Gates was presiding elder of liio Troy district from 1600 to 190T. Ill turn ns presiding cider was followed by his being placed on tho list of super annuates the following year, and much of the Intervening tlmo ne passed In Round Lake and Saratoga Springs. Ho led a long and distinguished church rervlce, Including a pastorate lit tho Statu street Methodist Church, Troy, during ISM-lSft. l'lior to that, in lW-lssT, he was presiding elder of the Albany district. He began bis active ministry In 1K2 at Marlavllle, subsequently serving In West Amsterdam, Coblc-klll, Often Island, Burlington. Schenectady, Plttsfleld, .Mass., Glens Falls, Watervllrt, Trinity ' hurch, Albany, Saratoga Springs and R inland. Itev. Dr. Gates was a native of Mount Pleasant, Finn., where he was born in He joined the Methodist Church in 1V!, and wa accepted on trial as preacher In 1W2. He was ordained doa cen tho same year by Bishop Simpson r.d ordained older in P'M by Bishop Janes. He wns once delegnte to the goner al conference, and was also president of the Round I.nke association. In 1010. at the session of tho Troy Conference) at Saratoga Springs, lie read the neernlogl cal report, giving the eulogies of those v ho had died during the vear. The do "c:'id was twice married, his second wife having been Miss McChesney ot Kngle Mills, sNter of Rev. Ensign Me I'hesnry, now connected with Syracusi University. Tho following budKot of Information has been Issued by Btuto Commissioner John W. Tltcoinb : So many lettets have como In In refer ence to private and posted waters, moth odn of stocking samo and other matters Jelovaut thereto, that I havo prepared tl.ls circular In tho hope that It will cover all Inquiries. To stock and privately control a brook U Is necessary that tho landowner or tmant comply with certain dcllnltu laws laid down by the State. The following or der of procedure will Insuro intelligent action, Read sections KSH, 5233 and KI56 of tho public: statutes. A copy may bo found In the town clerk's office Section ClSt provides that If the owner or occupant of enclosed land, or cultivated land not enclosed, conspicuously postH notices that shooting, trapping or fishing I GREAT FRENGH WATERWAY T!-i a "IN A BAD WAY" Many a Burlington Render Will Feel Grateful for This Infor mation. When your back gives out; Becomes lame, weak or lulling; When miliary troubles set In, Your kidneys aie "in a bad way." Doan's Kidney Pills will euro you. Here Is local evidences to provo It: James Fiancis, 03 Main st., Buillnglon, Vt., says: "I had kidney trouble for over six years and I was In bad shape. My back ached almost constantly and I h.id ter rlblo headaches and dizzy spells that some days I could hardly stand. At night I lusted poorly, and the slightest movo caused Intense) pains In my back. I fin ally became so bad that It was next to Imposslblo for inn to stoop, The kidney secretions were Irregular In passage and their appearance was unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at tho Park Drug More, proved especially adapted to my cose. They drove away tho pain In my back and rid mo of tho other dlstres ilng symptoms of kidney trouble, I shall always speak a good word for Doan's Kidney Pills, being grateful for the re lief they brought." For Ftilo by all dealers. Prloo M cents. FusteT-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for tho United States. Remember tho name Doan'u-and take no other, seine Partly RMcr, Partly Cnnnl Its CliarnslerJsGes. (Herbert B. Fuller In Review of Reviews.) There Is In Prance no other trunk lino waterway so Important as the river Seine between IIuvre aid Paris, distance of 231 mllos by river and 14 miles bv rail. This river, i onnectlni. not only Paris, but the rl best and most fertile portions of Interior Franco with the seaport of Havre, is a sfik- ing example of a waterway In which the. services of canal and river are illicitly combined. At Havre and from that port to Rouen It ha tho mnrtlmo aspi t : from Rouen t" Paris It Is the river; beyond Paris for approximately W miles it Is tho canal or canalized rr. i to Mery-sur-Sollie the- head of Its lie Icmtinn. Us total na i:.'ablo leng'h 1 .'H." miles cv,l kllometi r.-j. Tho work on the Seine Itself has Involved a to tal expenditure of $jr,,noo,ooo. While It Is true that tho railroad rates and the rates on canals nnd riv ers of Franco aro tlxed by the Rovem nent and hencu do not show tho re sults of natural competition, It Is In teicsUiig to study tho rail and water vat' s between Paris and Havre; for e-jaiaple. flour by water $1.93 per ton, by rail S1.0C; grain by water 51,03, bv rail $1.3; lumber by rail $1.01 nnd ?1 54 by water; wine J46 by rail and .47 bv wnter. This traffic ml passes via tho Tancnrvlllo cannl. Tho work on tho Koine, together with tho construction of tho groat eastern canal (Canal do 1'F.st) was undertaken shortly after tho estab lishment of tho republic upon tho eerthrow of Napoleon IH. Tho can al do 1'Fst Is only nominally a canal. It Includes the improved sections of the Meuse and S'aemo connected by canal. The entlro routei Is miles nnd tho work cost about 100,000,000 francs (W0,WK). From Paris traffic from tho north oru provinces and Belgium koos through the Seine as does tho trafflo In tei'ded for the west via Rouen nnd Havre. The traffic of the Solno has trob- lod within tho last fifteen ye-ars. Tho waterways of Northern Franco handlo the export and Import buslnesH to and from Belgium, Holland, nnd Germany as well as other foreign countries reached thiough tho French, ports along tho English channel. prohibited, ho may tuko advantngo of the law which provides thut a person tiespasslng wilfully shall forfeit a pen ally of $10 to be recovered In an uctlon for trespass. To take advantage of thU section It Is necessary that the owner an .ually stock tho waters at his own ex penso. Thu Legislature of 1910 amended this ectlon so that the penally Is Increased from S10 to S3 and mado a further pro vision that If any person shoots a deer on such posted land ho shall forfeit W0 to be recovered by the owner or occupant thereof In nn uctlon for trespass. ctlon ,"J"u provides that the owner or occupant shall annually, at his own ex pense, place In tho waters so posted not Ic.-s than 1,0(0 fry or 3v llngerllngs, In ch half mile or leas of stream, or each U' ro or less of pond or pool so posted. The owner shall, on or before the open season for trout each year, file with the town ekrk of the town In which such posted waters He, a swotn allldavlt stat lug that the provisions of this section havo been fully compiled with. This afll davlt shall show the number and kind of fish distributed, from whom the fish were purchased or procured, and tho date thereof. The town clerk shall place such affi davits on lib', open for Inspection similar tj other public documents. Section MGO requires that the posting notices shall be not less than two feet long by one foot wide, and bo posted In two conspicuous places on the premises, end shall have appended thereto the name of the owner or occupant. The owner .nay recover 510 In addition to actual damage, from any person who breaks down, defaces or destroys such notice. The amendment to section 33.M was In (he Interest of landowners who may not v ant tame deer killed In their door yards or an their lands. If action at law Is con ti'inplated It Is advisable to bo very care ful to get all possible legal proof. It menus that a landowner may prohibit shooting, trapping or fishing on his prem ises and is given the legal protection to make such prohibition effective. The law of Vermont permits tho com missioner to sell fry and tlmrerlings If any ate left after the calls for stocking public aters havo been met. If you want to buy some trout next year, write the cum-mls-doner early this fall. He will then try to iiuko arrangements for your futuro wants. In order to do so advantageously he must make provision for the eggs early In the fall. Contracts for eggs can best be made before September 1. Remember llsh have their regular spawning season. Tiout hatch In the winter, are fry In the spring and reach the llngiTllng stage In early summer. It Is useless to expect to get llngerllngs before the tish havo been in existence long enough to reach that stage. If you sto.'kid the stream last year late or nn unlimited area and control It nbso lulely If ho docs to by tnypinis u Htrottm o supply his water and then lota thti Kiinie water empty Into tho original stream ognln before It leaves 111 uwn land or by tigiontnont with owners below him on their land, Huch a pond could ho screened at both ends und the owner inny havo nbsolutu cnutrol ot such u pond. If a tnati dams a stream Mowing through his land, hut which otherwlso ho has no control of, ho may stock nnd post It unci keep poachers off, but such a pond, re ceiving tribute In llsh from tho rtrtam Itself, In other words, bolng a common passage way for Hull beforo It was dam med cannot bo entirely subject to his con trol, but must bo subject to tho regular closo season for such llshlng. To lllustrato tho points I have made, I tihould say that tho Iako Mansfield Trout club has an artificial pond which may bo legarded as a prlvato preserve subject en tirely to the control of tho club as to regulations for llshlng, beeauso tho club rontrols tho source of water supply and no ono but the owners of this club uro In terested In regulations as to when It Is llshed. On the other hand, tho pond of tho Lake Mitchell club In the town of Sharon, Is supplied by water Mowing seV etal miles through lands privately owned and portions of which doubtless arc open In the public. It would bo lawful to llsh on this pond only during the regular open reason for llshlng for trout. Ordinarily most clubi prefer to limit the fishing to tho period provided by law, or a shorter one. Section WES. Persons desiring to stock a stream nr pond and subject the portion stocked to private control, must stock the said waters at their own expense as pro vided In section r..".r',; but If thee waters up to the time of the proposed stocking and posting havo been public, waters, that Is, waters storked at the expenso of tho State, It Is necessary to lllo written notice with the commissioner containing it description of the stream, portion of stream or pond, It Is Intended to rnako a private pond, and at tho end of flvo years may take advantage' of the posting law. Sections r,102 and n213 explain when tho owners of artificially constructed ponds may take fish; and section 6203 refers to ootids made by damming a stream such, 'or example, as the pond of tho Lake Mitchell riub. Section '"XI provides that a person hav ing an artificially constructed pond, or a game preserve stocked at his own ex pense. Tiny at any tlmo sell fish or gam a taken from such preserve. This would permit the owner of any artificially con structed pond, which Is not mado by damming a brook, but rather by diverting the wnter, ns already described, an oppor tunity to engage In fish culture, have tho fish In the pond entirely under his control .ust ns much as chickens on his farm, and sell tlietn whenever he chooses. In cidentally II may be mentioned that deer and other game may bo propagated In en closed preserves for the purpose of sale or private use at any season of the year. Section r.'.To gives n elose season on vari ous species of trout, but provides that tho ( VERMONT NOTES j f ir ill wwmmmmi At u 'cost of about $9,000 el portion ot North Main ntrcct In iniiro is 10 ue paved with grntilto blockn, Two moil seen leaving H.o Custlnton pofltoflleo early Saturday morning, aft i fi0 had been takon from tho wrecked safe, aro bellnveil to bo the ones who robbed tho Fair Haven grist mill a week ago. Phillip O'Brien, 23 years old, ot Fair 1Invr.il wan Instantly killed Saturday by tho fall of a trolley polo which wuh being raised In Poultnoy for tho extension of tho Rutland Railroad, Light & Power company. Timothy Sylvester, a painter, aged i.., whoso right naino wan Mnlonoy, wa found dead between two buildings nt Bellows Fulls after attending u. dnnc and bin death was decided to bo duo to natural causes, Tho will of Henry M. Uarnum of Kree port, III., makes beeiuests to tho Shan -ham public llbrury and Mlddlebury Col lego, tho latter gift being a large un it Is said. Tho estate Is reported t amount to 50,iW. A girl not old enough to tell her mm: wandered Into tho homo of Mrs. (Icon Murray In Br.rre, and was kept t ln-i until tho parents, hearing that a Ur child was nt Mrs. Murray's house, ui rhed. Fred c. Eaton and William Wlshart were thrown Into Berlin pond, the Monl peller city reservoir, when their sail boat ciipsled, and they remained In peril un til a man on shoro put out a boat and rescued thorn. A reunion or four brothers who had not seen each other for 20 years was held In Billows Falls Wednesday. They aro Thomas McQuald, aged 75, of Chester; Lewis F. McQuald, aged 70, of Westmins ter; Truman R. McCJuald, aged i3, ot Clareinont, N. II.; and Royal A. McQuald, aged C2, of Chatham, N. Y. They were all born In Bellows Falls. It Is understood that the Rev. Clifford II. Smith of Pittsford has made his ac ceptance of the State superlntendmcy of the Vermont Anti-saloon loaguo condi tional upon a radical change In tho league's policy. Less time must bo de voted to attacks upon tho Stute's law, nnd more effort must be given to work In tho various towns to improve civic con ditions under tho present local option law as It Is or as It may be after wise modi fication. WATCH VOI'lt It ID.NRYS. Tholr action controls your health. Read what Foley Kidney Pills havo done for your neighbor. Miss Loulso I.ovellg, Burlington. Vt., snys: "I suf fered from a severo attack of kidney trm.blo and hnd a terrible pain across my back which mado mo feel very nor vous. In fact, I felt miserable nnd all run down. I got some of Foley Kidney Pills and took them according to dl rectlons nnd In n vory short tlmo tho pains and nervousness left mo and I felt revitalized and full of life. I took Foley Kldnoy Pills sotno months ago but slnro that I lino I have nover had a sign of kidney trouble, nnd am glnd to recommend them." J. W, O'Sulll- vnn, 2,1 Church St., Shanley & Hstoy Wlnooskl. id the season, the expense then Incurred ought to protect you In your posting until the same period this year, when you will inve to stock again. 1 think In order to protect yourself you should have nied :i notice with the town clerk again before tho open ."cnson this year, stating what vou did last year. If you did not do so you cannot keep off poachers until such tlmo as you stock again this season and comply with tho law. Here are the addresses of some dealers in fhh: American Fish Culture Co., Carolina, R. I Geo. I'. Lauo's Sons, Silver Lake, Mass. Plymouth Rock Trout Co., Plymouth, Mass. II, F. Ilurlbut, East Freetown, Mass. A. R. Graham & Sons, Berkeley. Mass Riverside Trout Fnrni, East Warchani, Mass. Geo. II. Churchill, R. 3, Brandon, Vt For signs consult your newspaper ofllco, If not to be obtained there write the Tut tie Co., Rutland; the Journal, Montpellcr tho Argus, Montpellcr; News, Noithfbid Tho Tuttlo Co. sells a waterproof paper sign for 51.00 a dozen or 10 cents each. do not know the price asked by other The State docs not furnish signs. While the commissioner Is glad to give all information at his disposal, It is ad Vlsnble to refer questions of law to your attorney especially such as embrace pe iMiliar local condition". The commissioner Is glad to Rive such decisions ns he has In posi-esslon, but he cannot malui laws nor give to them an Interpretation euiierent Irom the Interpretation placed upon them by the courts. I now refer you to section 5Jh of tho public statutes, under which you will Ml, the definition or a private preserve as nntural pond of not more than 2n acre belonging to the owner, or an artltleal pond made solely for the purpose of Mxli culture. In other words any Individual or club may own a natural pond not exceed ing 20 acres and have entire control of It ns to fishing. If the pond Is supplied with water from ntlous strninis, which streams nro not controlled by the Indlvlduil or club, I should not understand that the members would have tho privilege of llshlng this pond exci pt during tho regular open se ron for such fishing. If the pond does not receive eontrlbu lions of fish through trlbutnry streams which uie not controlled by Its owners, I fahould soy that on such a pond tho own its may take llsh at any tlmo. A man may construct uu nrtlllclul pond law shall not apply to trout artificially hatched or grown In artificial pools or taken from private preserves or hatch Ties. Section C27;l prohibits the pulo of various pedes of trout, or the employment of persons to catch trout, but this section does not apply to trout held under artl llclnl conditions already referred to. Section rHi prohibits tho use of screens on public waters. In cither words, when stream Is dammed to make an artificial IKind It Is unlawful to screen such pond at either Inlet or outlet. Under ordinary conditions It is not to tho advantage of tho owner to screen it. It Is, however, perfectly proper to screen an artificially constructed pond of which the owner con trols tho water supply at Its source, or hieh Is controlled by diverting the water fiom some stream and returning It to said stream as referred to in tho forcgoln uiragraphs. Sections 539 and ."".In provldo protection to tho owners of private preserves and posted waters, nnd the penalty for fish Ing In such waters or destroying property connected with It. There are many Inconsistencies In the sh laws, and some In the sections 1 have already mentioned. I havo merely given my own personal Interpretation of those in which tho landowners who would have private preserve, or poncd waters are Interested. Tho encouragement of game preserves Is of great Importance, because f gamo an bo propagati'd in prlvato preserves It ,111 Increase this kino of food supply nnd, n a certain extent, relievo ono from the temptation of taking wild game In close eason. There is a prejudice In many localities against tho private posting of t reams, but in most eases the stocking if portions of the streams at the owner's xpense and by him posted, Is of benefit to the public by reason of tho lis li that work their way Into the streams not post- 1 but stocke-d by tho State. Yours very truly, JOHN W. TITCOMB. Impure blood runs yeui down nut It s you an easy vlitlm for organic diseases. Burdock Blood Bitters puri ties tho blood cures tho cause- builds you up. REST AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mas. WinsuiWb Soothing Svur hat been nsed for over HIXTY YJSAKSiliy Mll.l.iwreo c MOT1I1IKS for tliir CIIII.DHHN Willi, TllIfTHINCl rl- 1'IIIM'OT SillCCl'SS. 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PROFESSOR OF ZOOLOGY. Honor I 'nl Ik to Dr. II. I'. Perkins of the Villi erilty of Vermont. Dr. Harry F. Perkins of tho University of Vermont has been elected to tne clinic cf professor of zoology, the election be ing mado by the trustees. Dr. Perkins wns graduated from the university in tho class of lsj, and was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor ..oeloty. Hp crried on post-graduate work under tin lata Prof. W. K. Brooks at Johns Hopkins Fnlverslty, being given Ills Ph.D. degree' In 1902. While working for thll degree bo studied nt the laboratories at Cold Pprlns Harbor, Long Island, and at Wools Hole, Mass. In 1902 ho was made Instructor li zoology at tho unlversltv, later b.lng made assistant. For three' vears he held tho post of research assistant at the Car- regie Institution In Washington an 1 for two ynrs the post of research ujsl.Uant nt the Bureau of Fisheries at Washing ton. Ho holds a membership n the Piilla dclphla Academy of Sch nee and the Bos ton Society of Natural History, and 13 one of the men holding the' title of ! el- low In the American Association of Sci euco. HI. Allinn District Anoiiiit!o:i to Con vene nt Ic.T Junction. The spring meeting of tho St. Albans Methodist District association will bo held at Essex Junction Tuesday and Wednesday, June C and 7. The following Is the program: TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 8. 2:00 Devotions, G. II. Lock of Georgia. 2:23 Business. 3 :e-0 Discussion of general subject, "The Minister," beginning with "Minis terial Authority," 1'. W. Lewis of St. Albans. 3:30 "Dress as an Aid to Ministerial Success," G. C Westcott of Isle La Motto. 4:00 "Personality as an Evangelistic Agency," C. S. Qulmby of Waitsileld, 4:2') "Tho Minister as an Executlvo Officer," M. II. Sharpies ot Bakersfleld. TUESDAY EVENING. 7:30 Prayer and praise, C. M. Red stone of Mlltcn. 7:40 "Sermon or lecture, E. F. Newell of Wuterbury. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7. S:2J Devotions, V. D. Hull of Elmore. b-4j Business. U:!!"" Discussion of general subject. "His Pulpit." opening with "A Pulpit of Power the Need of the Times." W. E. Douglass of Rlchford. '.):3( "Pulpit Decorum. of Essex. 10-00 "Imagination in D. Pierce of swanton. 10.3O Di3cusslon of side," opening with Outside the Church, West Enosburg. ll-oo "Reaching and Holding Fred Daniels of Fairfax. 11:30 "The Children of the Church, W. Kelley of Sheldon. 12:IV Dinner. WEDNESDAY A.FTERNOON. DoO Devotions. F. A. Sterling Wuterbury Center. 1 : IT. Business, 2-0O Report of "The World In Boston,' . A. Ligg of Enosbuig Foils, 2:30 "Our Bible School and Meeting of 1911," William Shaw lbans. 3:00-"Relatlon of the Pastor to Kpwotth League," Guy A. Peck. 3-30 Debate, "Resolved, That thu St, Albans District Methodist association has outlived Its usefulness and be discon tinued. " Affirmative, Guy F. Crawford of Morctown, J. T. Bnxendalo of Wol- cott; negatives M, A. Turner of Frank lln, G. W. Douglass of West Berkshire. 4:00 Parting moments of testimony and consecration led by District Superlntcn dent Shaw. ronowing encn paper inero will bo a 10 minutes discussion, E. R. Currier Prenchlng," C ills Work Out Reacl'.lng People II. A. Jones of Men," C. Arnli NctUeri To"k IhIiiiii In tin: Middle I Kingdom In the Eighth Ct'iiliir.t. (From Tn'rebln't fur Nord China, i ' A short time ago It wus announced I from Constant Inoplo that a elele-gatlon of Chltieso Mohammedans had arrived there. This brought to mind the little eensiier cd fact that at lea! 7,0",i"i" of the Inhab itants of the middle kingdom are of this faith. In Pekln alone there are 200,10', and In one town In Hzochunn fcO.Wo. Very prob ably Islam was brought to Cl.lnu bv Arab K'ttlers. Tho English missionary Maifdiiill Pronmhull In a now book on Islum follows tho tracos of relations with Arabia to the time of Ilnrun Al Rahhld. In A. D. 7o7 on tho Invitation ot tho Emperor Su Ti ung an Arab urnr. carnu to China to restore order In tr towns o Slanfu, whero revolts hao broken out. Tin forelrn troops remained and wire settled In military colonics, having their l-i it '1 tax free. In consideration ot gi mu military service. From these, settlements a Mohammedan population spread m euurio of time to all parts of tho Chinese empire. In A. D. Sj7 und S75 when two Arab travelers, to whom Europe owes its llrst trustworthy Information about China, were traveling through the coun try the Mohammedan settle-ru had al ready attained extraterritoriality under their own Cadi and either valuable pilv llcges. At this time tho omperur of China recognized four monarchs In tho world hp'-ldcs himself, the kings of Ara bia, Turkey, India and Greece (Byzan tlnu emperor). Du Halde, whose great "Description do rKmplrn du Chine," In four volumes folio, was published in 17Mj, says of t!i- Mohammedans that they never engaged In pruselytism. Theli increase was d i to their prosperity. They wete liter subjected to persecution until tho iiudd of the nineteenth century. This led ;u 1k5T, to a revolt in Yunnan which de.a ip ed Into a seventeen years religious v. nr. one incident of which was a massacre of W,fO Mohammedans, men, women ard children. Tho Chinese Mussulmans aro negligent In thn prartleo of their religious laws and customs, but perhap-i tho tenovatlon of Turkey Is calcu'ated to lnfueu new zeal Into them. In 1S99 Atdul llntnld scut tho warship Ertogul to China to nn- n iiince to his fellow bellevtrs hi acees- ,-lon to tho Caliphate. The Journey end- eel unfortunately with the strandlns of the ship on the coast of Japan. It wojld bo remarkable If tho Voting Turks hc,iil I not repeat such an attempt to enter Into closer relations with the 7,'AHi of Chinese Mohammedans. Itl.t ll'ltOt ITY, 'o- Pre ) l - at i.' t i ,v l , ' 't cl Ftimr.its wn (! roi.i t..- "Northwestirn l.n v Uy were In-aid b tl. rnlttee ami '.o-luv ouril.crn New York cvt.i t . trade agrei 1 'j,,. up-n a' -,'mong whom, by the u.i l'rrss" circulates lloeiallv --i i tibllc spirit, 'dne-s. ereit'T bre their western bnthern. t1 yr. i. iv mum; sow Tho or.lt ..i prra mv ! !?hla, i' 'lia Paul. Th.i re ut will ha-'' s Now Yo'.c Boston, St. Lo Is some einss bunch. St. Paul Pioneer Prc Yes, this make- St. Paul feci small boy allowed to -ut t v elders until 9 o'clock. New Y r, of Camp of St. to tho MAYORS AND M A YfIR I 'M (From tho Buffalo L Why m-iyoress? In't M "Mayor of t3':nnowell ' '. ' 1 dictionary define.- "m i wife of a mnvor." so lion Mi's. Wilson, bur.-r ' th wife of a mayor. I- Regulates the 'mw, ratural uiovovient. tlon I 'en's Rogi. i gist for i en V - e , ' 1 p -r .g- 1IM GH1LBLAINS Tired and Sore Feel Aro Always 1! 1 vocl when used as 1. Prepared by tho Vorwat MEOicisr. Co., N" j Vc. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED, If f ' 'sfo tirncilf yo'i csi ii.ritatrfrpvn, i' Men t.. i 'ir. 4), , 1 j'aUi if, hul'ltya .u. WOW T2SWE IB THE to The hen returned to her nest onlv find It empty. "Very funny," said she; "I can never find things where I lay them." Llpptn-cott's. To tTke out acilJer ir suranie. For tin rcxt six months ou wl 1 I r exposed to n.ore a" -dents than u-i.-'l v 1 i should tnke -t nr--tect yourself Tr ru ' -clal loss on 'i '"tr ' 'f them. We suri'l' t t ' at the sar-c pr ethers charge r ,r r f-rlor contrn t f e s -r e you ? T. 5. PECK, Genernl Insurance Agent, Piirllugton. - - Vermcip' Itnll.lieil lno. jin.r u;f. phont. mx save Enthusiastic Busy Mr 1 1 I 1 I JJU If! EACH TOY' ' ns c i r ,ir t'-l OI'FICEMS OF DELTA CMVPTEIt HOSE CliniY. Delta Chanter of Rose Croix. Itth degree of the Ancient Accepted Scot tlsh lllto of Free Masonry, hell H annual cntivocat Ion In the rooms of the Rite Masonic Temple Frld.ty evening. when tin, following officers wero elect ed for the year ensuing: 11. Hates Small, most wise master. George E. Fenin, senior warden. Edgar II. Martin, Junior warden, AVIIIInm II Ridley, orator. Sayles Nichols, treasurer. LuForest J. Palgo, .si'cretary. Peter (I, Godfrey, master of ccro- monles George q. .stiles, hospitaler. ,1 Chester Jones, gnat d. Horace I. Joljounott, tyler. The officers wcio Installed by III ti'ioign II. Kinsley, 33d degree, assist- eu ov i.eorgu . S(iilnr, ill' 1 1 degree, as grand mai'-hal vostigatlou FOI VI'AIX I'U.VS AT I'll 12 U PRESS j you. ADVKIVI'IWEn l.ETTKRS. List of unclaimed letter remaining un called for In tho Burlington, Vt., post olllco for the wei k ending May 2. 1911: WOMEN'S LIST. MUs Gladys Blgolow, estate of Sarah Cheney, Mrs. Paulino Coon (2), Mrs it A. Dupuls, Mrs. Joeph Durant, Nclllo M. Gillette. Miss Utile Howard, Ml-c Anna Mowsovltz, Ellen Mnrtln, Margaret Osborne, Mrs. Amos Page, Mrs. Julia Parker, Mrs. A. G. Stone, ..una Shusder Mrs. W. A. Vincent, Mrs. John Watsoe Miss C. V. Walker, Beatrice West, Mrs John Winkle. MEN'S LIST. F. Amhrosls Alexander, W. G. Byron. N, C. Burroughs, G. C. Cunningham, F. C Catpenter, Eugeuu Dolong, II. Heller, Georgo T, Hull, K. B. Hawkins, Verne L Joslyn, Narcis Lguenette, John J. Livieh, George I.nfleur, Edward Morrison, Jnme. Richards, Orlando Robinson, Ernest N Roberts. Addison ft. Stone. (Mr. Stow art - son, Festival orchestral, Emery Snyder, K X tbeulr teicii.-ii ,V. Weliaveliiinilrtdsof lettersfromsatl .Al. wniicnmii, si. E, Wheeler, llarr,' ' Cedcustotnersst.iUngthatthelrtitesiuiveomyixeupiimpeu Wilson. I iipoiiccorticeinnwholesea on. 1 hey weigh nomort'tliati W1NOOSKI STATION. uremic Late't Model "Ilniccr" hirv.'.e furniihul u- cuking money fast. Write tor j'ui firti.-uutrs .mi 'iteci.il .", JiO MUM:! lC.:()I'Illi:i) u 1 ur int.. j,.u s M v to anyone, am n here in the l ti. ut Jetctt n . 'cam e. tr ' allow TUN DAYS' VltKIS TltlA I. el i i m . t ' conn vr i' put it many ten you nnh. II j u ar t! i, i. trf ' 'V " ? "' -Keep the t .cycle (hip it bed; to us .it irex meeirlrir n'tyeut'v BAPTfiDV DDI0C5 We (uni t ,e I. t r. . ' lie it I ' k iivi vii i mvhtf at one su. ,.l i-rt. 'e '.'uai i-ic- ry c, i i . to fj; middlemen's rroliti by buiine. urn t el u and h.o ether if.vt r anitc behind our buycle. DO 0 lit V a'...i .eerarorot - f ' at .my tri;e until you rec nc our enilcciui ;-ul learn our unheard i f trf '?"hSZ 't",'4:'U.C"..,.V.,, K. ,,. an VOU WILL BE ASTOf SHLU V our '5nrb Tnodeu m f. - J .1 1 - at sf er, eean make jou this year. Wc ;ell the h.t "1 than any e-her laeton'. We are sit.sned wuh rrn i e fai p ' A lucvtM.i: niMi.i'iis. veu can f-U our b-ycks uuder 5. ar c n uaxe nat ai double ourrric'5. Ordera tilled the e! .v recce ed. t. j i.,v-i hoi KiTiivii ii cvii iiii-vi'i.us. We do n it nvnlarly han .'e seeind s id 1 icic ro .o.. i.V..: . V....:i.:; C.i.i V.i r i .,. i uur c . ,a.o reu 1 st, r 1 ne' . ciear uui r.Y km cr till. Be- .ouve I in -s r ed free, , fffineTrn of)"!:e IhbI wheels, Imported roller chain i, i in-eluls, part., icw.rs ana CUslSlkU'bilMAka. .n,nmn rf nil Ur.it at hi f the MUjl V lit frMI, 50 HEBGEIBORH PBBCTORE-PBOOF m M SAMPIE PASK ti.m -r., t. Ar,.-.. thu tires is ti ) t. rtr hut t. , tntrt Auce zre u 'U r- r- MO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES Mt')Mt . j m....t... 'l.. ..Ill tint-, lnt tlll Vi1KVjWWJtvlV.lL'li-'f il . . . . . T I 111!.-..,.. I ' . UtC-rDiVsmiieuia V.""';,'?, , ,.? . atideas,yridiiiR,vcrydi!rnbleiuidliiiedl"siiewith AjiioJjJ a special ouahtvof rubber, which never becomes Tii poious oinl hlch closes up tmaU punctures without allow- K as 'iipoiiccortcciceinnwholesea on. i ncy wciK uioniort'iuaii Biiotdinary tire, the piiiietureritIngqualitesl;c'iiigRivi.n ,by severallayers or thin, specially prepared launcoii me Napoleon Biiudrhiult, Mrs. J. Codette. Co-ta W. Calnutls. Osner Dcnsuioic, Joe Huton, Sidney Mason, w, j, sjhelty. Notico tho thick rubber trenal A" and puncture strip "U" and l," nUo rim strip "II" to present rim cutting. Thl tire will outlakt nny othel miike-SOFT. liLAsTIO uud lS.VSY IIU)1,1U, API'HECI.tTEl) Ici FUANCK. The l.e lllpolln building, situated a whatf boshh) the Seine rlv Frame, was H'ccntly roofed Compo-rubber roofing. Samples fiee. Strung llardwnie Co., Burlington, Vt. annmvui Voi Ilcfiiot pay a cent until you have enatalned nnd found them strictly n rcpres eatcd. Tr wl JaUow rrri.n .il.rount of s per cent (thereby nuV-Ing the price I.OB per pair) if yo.i .,. riViti i. iivSII WITH ORDER oud enclose thU ndvettlscmetit. , ni nm no risk In ...an,, on wi k, il jm . -- " fl..trttiaI inv tire you have erer used or seen nt ouy prlci ,-er, Paris, jvw '"y ft ' WeU p'-d "hat wl.e.i 4ni wat.t a bicycle you will give us j our with our ..i h e wuh )ou m oiuii . . ,in't buvnnvl. ndoto a v mice until vou send lor a order. If a r. il i stale ad "reads all rUht," und si cm- t" mui to be promising, dm. t let some one . l-e make a prompter i ,it'd iiiuckcr decision th.i i " ... . , -TZTt. i ..i .w, nr write for our bin Tire and Sutidrv Catalogue whl rfi!.,c, n, nuote.; t, cQera we are uiaUiiB. " on'y cosii 0 1stal to lcaru ever'tius. titc it OW. J. L Mm CYCLE COMPANY,, CiSEGMO. SL