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mh ii Iii-Kiirfl infill Hi utiiii a... ,
IIUkikIIiik mill IIiihki rniii.
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ii' i-iilho.i 1 stall. m fiullltli'S In Hur
iii ns Iti.Klf . uato, illsKimtliiit mi'1
roim t i lf ami limb," the board of
men nt tho nilji'tirninl mcctliii; Mon
iltflii n'.lli -i. l tlip rlty nttnrnry to
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en t' I miinu iimironu cuinp.iiiy
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ri.c it f lullronil fnrllltlc.s la
, 1 tm' bufldltiK of ii new
. r iiuin; nnd
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Titor this city Imvp
' v of a now pam ngor
Ii t' nd
i' i . i i ''iM'iit conditions of our
f - .no iiltoKt'tliiT In-
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i 'ii ut-i- to llfp utid limb
'K ' i- iii passniKrr station
' n l!nprppd upon our
i port of mif of our
t t i,.irrow pucapc from a
' t t" a pntron of out. of
i 11) .ald policeman, In
rr Kid. that tlio city attorney
1 In 1 r I i is Inntructpd to inako
fr ir c -t. n the construction of
' ' ra: road facilities In this
' t ' 1 that If tin- coiiBtrur
' ' ' 'inid fncllltlfx uro to
i i r ofloit bp mtnle to
I " facilities be main-
"-.mltary and iib cuin
' 1 i ' . - in ty he poF'l'ile.
' 1 '. ilwit If tin- order of
intnlsslini In to lie
.i i In arlntt of thp ni.peal
( f- ' 1 it. that rvery effort
1 ' i tn 'tint; on din h hcatliu
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1 ' ' "1 tn nn able and Intcr-
1". !'. K. Claii; on the
1 i - of Ii.vbU no n!
i i I ' 1 which Dr. CI, irk ut-
II t i .'1 'at leprMentatnve of
. 1 Li -al board of health,
i' tr mleil Dr. Clark a ote
r I 'opted a resolution of-
1 ' I i .ti r'ovvlCR to the elTe. t
t' i' i I h. alth and health ofii
f i i ' uninended for the e!Te t-
' t hue performed and the
nts inr isi'iVH which are belni;
' led I t , in f.ir the malnti nan""
i ' r 1 1-; anil WorKlIlK eoiuli-
i i - .ti
ri i i - adopted thnt it i-
r ii r t'.r ' ird that In the re, ,i
thr r u , .1 . ..ntrnctors and .1...
il ' ' . reference .-o fai
i. ' , tti r of labor ami o'
r 1 ' uk material.
'( v n- wire named as Jirytm:.
ii . 1'irt for the car 11)14:
f.K D JUHV.
n.r i 1 id, 124 pnuth I'nlon street; W.
it K..- tn t"n!on .street, l'eti'r I
K, 72 M'rr. i .street; V. II. Crandail,
1.. mil ivinue; U. H. H.ivl.s. ay
"II f'lel i;. W. J. Hawkins, 111
icl stipct II C Humphrey, 375 South
lie n ttrict, K S. Intuitu, 31 William
r t Jihn It. Kellev. XX North avenue.
i nnas H Kr.lcv. 101 Park street; Jo-
,h "MIt 11 l.'.l l?atter- street;
K Slrr M Smith ('h.nnplaln street;
X i ' ' Pt Taul street; U. it.
n, ' . , not! avenue; Thomas
i I 01 I'ark sin et; I'red Johonnott,
S Hi t nlon street.
IT TIT jniv,
T r nU A 1 ' . 'u: I ar.lr.Vi..ot.,f
( Al i, . 1 nil j-treet; J. O. Beok-
if- ij i - I, si eel : .iiiiiii i.. mi rcprnn
1 rew itrwt Hi .rce I'. Cole, 1 North
... 1 I II I Cnllnt. Til 1 nrt.nl.
red I H l oon. y South I'nlon hired;
'ran Cr jk r, 0 Hyde street; I,. C. l)e-
y I . t .... . ntie; T. V. Daley, 1SS
v ' ii .troet; A. A. Drew, 3tj
1 n red, Georo Denault, 1..
,i' street, James Dtiinlnu, 11
r 'rti', Thomas nynn, S3 North
i 1 i 'red; V. A. Grltllth, Wt
n i i'ii street; . ('. Hoas;,
r' N 1 i .ii street; Thomas I.e' lair,
s I,i wis W. Johnson, 35
l' 1 ' r i ,.. , A S. Klllary, 43 North
I in' s t IMfr Zander, 1U3 North
J Miles, f.l Front street; John
nn 1. ii street: V. 1.. O'Clnlr, 121
rt'. I i 'r t, i:imer K. ratten, 5.0
.11 st i- t J -ie,)h I'arlter, Jr., 1(0 In-
r il a ' II M. rtiee, u'2 .Maple
red. Din I, Itoss, 11 Pitkin street;
A 11. ( , ' I l'..'un street, M. Shel-
CHTnA UCDMnUT DA WAV
In, 'I-..I.1.. I., I-fT w.. 11142
TltAl.N.s LC.V Il Ill.ltl.l.NC'l'O.V.
M f - t. . M t.nol Of.
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tuwa and ChlcuKo.
7:15 a. m. Except s-.n,day-I'or alJ
7:25 a. III. Rxcept Sunday--Local
ror t amnritle .luntwua.
n-fi1 i m Sundays only e or st
9:50 n m nsrnpt Sunlny Local
for Montrenl nnd Ottawa.
057 n m Paliy New Enjr'.and
states J.imiT"i ier an
2'4n n m Except Sunday I-onnl
ror mi Ainnns unu n-n
White Plver Junction and New
4:40 n m Rvcent Pundav For
Montreal Poiifp Point, OK'
denbburir ml nlchford.
4:50 n. m. Except Pu-.dnv Mienl
for Cembrl itri .T-jpctlon.
6:45 p. m rtal'v rmrp for Man-
treni nun tnirnk'u "
for White IMfr Tunr.lon
l'lfln tn Dalle Erpress ror nos-
ton, nw Iinn3n, rprmii'-iu
and Ne"' VorH.
TllAI,-3 ai;:ij I. 1H II l,!r.THN.
4:55 a. m, Tially Express fron-
lloston, New London, New YorK
8:05 Si. HI. Except Puntlay Mall
rrotn st Aioans and I'umtiriur;
10:35 fl, tl. Except Sunflny Local
9mm TVVilln lllnnr Tnnpllnn
10 '40 a 111. Etceot Sunday Toeal
rroin ' .lonnsnmy unti iam
10 '52 H. m. Pundays onlv Local
from VVhlt" Illver J-inctlon
11:40 fl. m. rnllv Express from
CnlcaKO r nd Montreal.
1:25 P "l Ev ept -,iin.nv fiical
from St Albans. Whlto HIvsr
Junrllon an'' Montpeller.
C:40 n, m. I::'"-,'P Sunday Mall
from Pro-, li'prep Iinston. Wor
cester nnd Htirlneield.
7:35 n, m. Pillv Express from
1 os-ton 1 1 1 I New York. Local
from -t MhaiiM tlally, from
Montreal exi ept Sunday.
8:40 T. m. Except Sunday Local
from' Por'laml, St .lobnsbur)'
nd Camlirldiro Junction.
12:05 a. m. Daily Express fron
Chicago anil Montreal.
U, II HICKdi- rlty Pass. Agent.
' 1 1ft 1 ... ...
When a woman suffering from some form of feminine
disorder is told that an operation is necessary, it of course
The very thought of the hospital operating table and the
surgeon's knife strikes terror to her heart, and no wonder.
It is quite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage
where an operation is the only resource, but thousands of
women have avoided the necessity of an operation by taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This fact is
attested by the grateful letters they write to us after their
health has been restored.
These Two Women Prove Our Claim.
Carr, Maine." I feel It a duty I
owe to all sufferinfT women to toll
what Lydia 12. Piulcham's Vcfjetnblo
Compound did for me. One year ago
I found myself a terrible sufferer.
1 had pains in both bides and such a
soreness 1 could scarcely staiphten
up at times. My back ached, I had
no appetite nnd was so nervous I
could not sleep, then I would bo so
tired mornings that I could scarcely
pot around. It seemed almost Im
possible to move or do a bit of work
and I thought I never would be any
better until 1 submitted to an opera
tion. 1 commenced takinp Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
toon felt like a new woman. I had
no pains, slept well, had pood appe
tite and was fat and could do almost
all my own work for a family of
four. I shall always feel that I owe
my pood health to your medicine."
Mrs. Haywabd Sowers, Cary, Me.
Charlotte, N. C ' I was in bad
health for two years, with pains in
both sides and was very nervous. If
1 even lifted a chair It would cause
a hemorrhage. I had a prowth which
the doctor said was a tumor and I
never would get well unless I bad
an operation. A friend advised me
to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, and I gladly say that
I am now enjoying fine health and
am the mother of a nice baby girl.
You can use this letter to help other
Buffering women." Mrs. Hos.v Sims,
TWO BANK MEETINGS.
City Trust Cmiipniiy mill Hume Snv
InKS Hunk Eleel Oirlccr-).
The PtoclUold. rs of the City Trust
company, Hurllniston'M newest llnanclnl
Institution, held their second annual
meetlnu Monday iiioinlnR. Tho reporl
of tho treasurer fhowed that tho past
year hnd been very successful In the
amount of business done. Directors were
re-elected ns follows: V. E. Ilur;ess,
Ellas Lyman, II T. Kuttcr, A. CI. Whltte
more, W. V. Hcndee, E. il. I'arlter and . I.
S. I-- Int. The directors .xtibseuuentlv
elected Mr. Ilurgess president, Mr. Ly
man vice-president. Mr. Itutter tieasurer
and I!, S. Weed assistant treasurer.
HOME HAVINHB HANK.
The annual nieetliu? of the corporators
of the Home Sinlims bntiU was held .Mon
day afternoon. Tim treasurer's repoit
showed a Rood pain In surplus for the
year nnd the assets December SI had
passed the JLi'i.onn niarlt. Some changes
In the olllcers became necessary because
of the recent death of C. H. Ishnin, the
president for several years. The follow
ing elections weie made:
President "C. W. Urownell.
Vice-president Ellhu H. Taft.
Trustees C. W Urownell, H. S. Peek,
W. IJ. Uates, II W. Tracy of Shelburne,
C. I). Warren of Wllllston, F. O. Ileaupre,
E. W. J. Hawlilii". E. 15. Taft, V. A. Nyo
and C. L. Dolan.
Investment committee C. W, Urownell,
V. A. Nye, E. Ii. Taft, C. D. Warren nnd
V. O. Heaupre.
Auditors V. Ii. Warren, F. () Heaupre
and E. W. J. llawlilns.
N. K. lirown continue as treasurer
DUPAW FROZEN TO DEATH
Body Found about a Milo North
i KW.h.tiKV X .
i:lilcntlj- Trlfil Oct Into Hheil nflrr
U iiinlcrliiK nlioiit Strecla He Ilnd
ltrslilril ultli (Irniiilpiircnts
mi llcrnltir Strcel. J
10 Wyona St., Charlotte, N. C
Now answer this question if you can. Why should a wo
man submit to a surgical operation without first giving Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that
it has saved many others why should it fail in your case?
For MO years Lydia K. Pinkham's Vcprotnblo
Compound lias been the standard remedy for fe
male ills. JTo one sick with woman's ailments
does justice to herself if she does not try this fa
mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it
has restored so ninny suffering' women tohcalth.
FvfgSVrite to LYIUA L'.PINKHAM MEWCIN'i: CO.
KfSff (COXriDKXTIAL) LYXX. MASS., for advice.
Your letter will bo opened, read and answered
by a woman und held in strict conlidcnce.
NATIONAL BANK MEETINGS.
Ollleers nnd DlrecdirM lle-eleeleil nt
lliintird mid Merchants.
The annual nui-tln.s uf the Howard
and Merchants National banks were held
Tuesday. In ea.-h iase the directors anil
otllcers a.e the same as Inst year.
The Howard bank chose these director!-:
F. E. Huittexs. Ellas Lyman, A. (1.
Whlttemore, II. T. Putter, lluah M-Leiin.
These are the olllcers: I". E. Hurpess,
president; Ellas Lyman, vice-president;
H. T. Putter, cashier: II. S. Weed, as
The Merchants haul: choce W. Wood
house, L. E. Woodhouse, II. W. Allen,
Robert Roberts and W. C. lshain as
diiei'tors, and linn- elected these ollheis:
''resident, "'. W. Woodl-.ouse; vice-presidents,
L. E. Woodhuiise and H. W. Allen;
i ashler, W. ('. Ishnin; assistant cashier,
A. W. Hill: teller. F. M I'.radlev.
Charles Dupaw, Jr., son of Charles
Dupaw of WashliiBton, D. C, was
found dead Tuesday mornlnK near
the scale Hhed of tho Craves farm
about a mllii north of Winooski. C.
L. Clark, a driver of tho .Standard Oil
company's team whlln on tho wuy to
Colchester, found tho body. Mr, Clark
notified E. ,1. Moseley who telephoned
to Health Officer J. O. Thabault. Dr. '
Thahaiilt and Selectman Arthur Man-
f-eau arrived about S 30. In tho doc
tor's opinion Dupaw had not been dead '
for much over an hour. Ills body was
still warm but nls hands and arms
worn badly frozen. Death was duo to
exposure, The jouiit; man was about
2!i years old and camu to Winooski
about 0:30 o'clock Tuesjny night from
HiirllliKlon nnd wandered nhout tho 1
streets. He evidently tried to Rot .
Into the shed near which he was
found, his tracks In tho snow lndl
intliivr that ho tried to open the win
dow. Not succeeding In tnls be sat
on a I. earn with one arm thrown over
a strand of tlio wlro fenco. Mr. Du
paw was unmarried and was a '.sldent1
nf Winooski prior to 20 yea ago.
About that time he went to Washing
ton with his parents and grandpar
ents. The latter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joa
lah Dupaw, returned to HurllnBton a
few months ago an 1 reside on Deca
tur street, and he was living with
f.-ieni. Ho Is survived by his fnthor
and one sister who reside In Wash
ington. The remains were taken to liur
llngton Tuesday evening.
don. IT. Ci nter street; H. J. Vnn Cor, 52
liiookes avenue; K. J. White, H2 lirookos
Mayor lc He Eleeleil This Vcnr
.Name Already .Mentioned.
WHh li'irlinslon's city election '.ess
than seven weeks off, mayoralty
timber Is being t'ls.iised with some
ingerness in various circles. !'p tn date
the attitude of the several political par
ties In the city has been one of waiting
to -.ci; what the other fellow Is going to
The progressives have already signified
their nsreeableness to tho proposition of
joining with all citizens of Hurllngton In
a citizens' ticket, provided the best avail
able men for city odlces can be secured.
Tho Worklngmen's Political League, com
prising the niimhers of a lnigo number
of labor unions In the city, has delayed
making any active announcement of
whether a labor candidate will be put In
the Held, although It Is understood that
many of the members of the organization,
fired by success In sending Thomas L.
llowley to Montpeller, are strongly In
favor of placing nn entile labor ticket In
the Held. At all events, this organization
makes no secret of Its Intention to place
candidates In tho Held for school commis
sioners. There Is an unconfirmed rumor that
James E. Hurko will again be a candidate
for mayor. Whether or not Mayor Rob
erts will be In the running again this
spring cannot be positively ascertained.
It was pretty generally conceded two
jcarx ago that Mr. Roberts was really a
"citizen.-' choice," although elected on
the repuhlli an ticket. Many believe his
methods of ii-niinmv, practiced during his
prisent admlnisti atlon, would make him
a popular candidate for another term.
Others who have been mentioned for the
mayoralty are Dr. H. Nelson Jackson. J.
H. Hiiiderson, Thomas Magner .ml A. R.
tlon of tho university battalion, a com
plete personal Index, the otllce hour of
all administrative olllcers, maps of Hur
llngton and of the campus, and other
Items of Information, directions and description.
THREE CHURCH WEDDINGS
COLLEGE CATALOGUE OUT.
Increase In N iiittlii-r of Miidriitx nnd In
Mc of Hit- Hook.
TI.e catalogue of the University of Ver
mont, technically known ns the Novem
ber bulletin, made Its appearance Mon
day, having been In pieparation for the
past two month,. A number of changes
have been Incorporated Into thu hook, and
the whole volume considerably amplified.
Th- i onnnltti e of tho university senate
which has had ihargu of tho editorial
work Is made up of Professors Andrews,
Haw i-s and Robinson, Dr, Wheeler, Mr.
Hooper and the chairman, Mr. Swan.
During the Mar 1312-13 (Ul students huvo
been mrolleil at the university, according
to tho catalogue, a gain of W over last
jear. This Incliidus tho attendance ut
summer school. The college of arts and
sciences slums a gain of 40 nnd tho col
leges uf engineering and agriculture, have
gained three each. Tho medical college
has lost ail htudi iiUs over last year, as the
entering class was small on account of
tlio new requirement of one year of aca
demic study for admission to the medical
college. With the addition of the summer
school the grand total Is till. In tho aca
demic colleges each class shows a gain
over the cIiu-hi-h of Inst year except tno
freshmen, who number HQ, ono less than
last year's Ireshmen class According
to lesldence, of the K'j students at pres
ent In attendance, 3M llvo In Vermont
and 2u9 live outside the State. Chitten
den county has tho best repi esentntlon of
tho VermoiiUis, thero being 110 In num
ber. Rutland county comes next with 49,
and Franklin, Windsor and Washington
have so, si nnd 'in, respectively.
Tho new catalogue Is about W pages
larger than that of past years, containing
much inoro Information and arranged In
a handler form. Among tho more Impor
tant features which have been added are
a detailed description of tho coursos of
Instruction In tlio medical college, each
college ai ranged separately with Its own
faculty at the head, a new course In gen
eral science, tho course of Instruction In
tho military department, the organlza-
(no nt St. MnryN Catliiilrnl nnil Tirol
at St. .Inseiiirn.
At St. Joseph's Church Tuesday morn
ing nt eight o'clock was solemnized the
marriage nf Amanda M Laury of UV,
North Winooski avenue and Charles
Myers, Jr., of 40 Cherry street, the Rev.
J. A. Lacouture performing the ceremony.
The bride wore a handsome blue suit
and carried a prayer book. She was at
tended by her brother, Joseph Laury,
and the groom by his father, Charles
Myers. After the ceremony a wedding
breakfast wns served nt the home of the
groom at K Cherry street for the rela
tives and Intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Myers received many beautiful presents.
They will reside at 42 Cheiry street.
The wedding of Miss Rose A. Harris of
this city and Dennis H. 01 Prion of New
port wns solemnized very quietly Tues
day morning at eight o'clock at St. Mary's
Cathedral the Rev. J. M. Kennedy of
ficiating. Tho bride was gowned In a
Copenhagen blue traveling suit and hat
to match. She carried an amethyst rosary.
She was attended by her niece, Helen I.
Curtis. The groom had as his best man
John Hurke of Manchester, N. H. After
the ceremony breakfast wns served for
the Immediate relatives at tho homo of
the bride's sister. Mrs. S. E. Curtis of
19 Spruce street. They received many
useful presents Including money, linen,
silver and china. Mr. and Mrs. O'Rrlen
left on tho ll:f,5 train for Hoston, nnd
after a short wedding trip they will reside
In Newport, whero tho groom Is engaged
In the harness business.
Miss Rose Remlllard of 13 Hlssell street
and Joseph Holly of 214 North avenue
were married Tuesday morning at seven
o'clock nt St. Joseph's Church, the cere
mony helng performed hy the Rt. Rev,
Jeromo M. f'loarec. They were attended
by her father, Joseph Remlllard, and his
brother, Edward Holly.
730 CASES INVESTIGATED.
Truant Oil leer Itrn.v Ui-piirln on Mil
Work ilurhi;; I lie Veur lllli".
The annual r. port of Truant (illleer
Hrav shoWM that 730 crsls of truancy
were InVi-stiK.i !' d last year, this num
. T I'M'tedin ti, it of the previous year
by 79. The .'a use uf so many investiga
tions Is partly the epidemic of incudes,
which kept a larue number uf children
out of school. In 2!K i.is.-.w parents were
notified that their i l-i'dren wore stayln,
out of school without their knowledge.
There Were 340 cases uf absence under
suspicion. Ti uants discovered by Inves
tigation were 101, and of these !2 were
ictiirned to school, whllu nine were sen
tenced tn the Industrial school at Vei
genncs. The latter number la three less
than were sent down .n mil and 1910. The
children returned to school from the
streets numbeied 121, and seven are now
on parole. The truant officer made 1.1S7
lslts to schools, and 25 shops, stores ami
factories were Inspected. The number of
children of sclniul agefuind lntheseplaces
was larger than a year ago but they are
pretty well cleaned up now As a gen
iral thing, conditions have Improved to a
considerable extent, so far as truinev
goes. A year ago theie were numerous
cases where the children did not have
the proper clothing to i n ible them to go
out of doors In the winter time. This
condition seems to hae been completely
remedied, as no such coes have appeared
INSTALLATION or OITICEItS,
The installation of tho officers of St,
Antolne du Pudiine Council, 2!M, Union
St. Jean Itaptlste of America, took nlnce
at their hall at Lakeside Tuesda yevenlng.
1 ho installing officer was Rev. W. A.
Plamondon with Alderman Arsene
Iloucher as master of ceremonies. Them
was a largo attendance of visitors from
tho councils and several ladles were pres
ent. The ifflcers Installed were- Presl
(lent, Ernest Gngnonj vice-president, P,
M. Pariseau; secretary, R. Heaulleu; as
slst.uit secictary, w. Lamouroux; treas
urer, T. Clalrmnnt; collector. P. u.
Oenest; auditor, William Lambert; sen
tinels, E. Crochctler, Wllllnm Lambert;
master of c .rcmonles, Cieorge Dragon;
doyen, L. Mongeon; honorary president!
N. Chculnlere; medical examiner, Dr
Hombaid. Following the Installation xo
marks for the good and progress r tho
council wero made by Rev. w A
Plamondon, Alderman A. 11. Duhamef
Arsene Houcher. N. C. Florence, k ,v
Frechette and others. Refreshments wore
served und a line evening was enjoyed.
HUKLKCTIONS OF A IIAUIIF.I.OH.
When a girl Is going to becomn en
gaged to a man It's a sign sho won't let
him know about It till everybody else
What comforts a woman about read
Ing the Hlhle Is how sweet natureu wom
en nlwaj-H did have to put up with un
When you see a man getting up long
before his usual hour, ho Isn't going to
work erly; he's got up to clean his pipe
und It will make him late at tho olllce.
Innocence doesn't have to provo It by
the clothes It wear.
Some men speak of the family In the
same tono of voice they do of Jury duty
Nw York Press.
VERMONT l'OPI,TUV ItAISEIIS WIN
The poultry show In Hoston Inst
week was tne largest and best show
of Its kind ever held In America. Over
10,000 birds were on exhibition In
Mechanics hall, from all parts of tho
rutted States, Canada and Europe, as
well ns ornamental fowls and rare
birds from nearly all parts of tho
Some single blrJs In tne poultry
classes were sold for prices that are
almost unbellevablo and one lot of
ornamental fowls sold for $1,400. One
pen nf four hens and a rooster wero
sold fur f)2!i. Vermont wns well lep
resented nt the show.
I'rlzo winners Included N. L. Dlvoll
A: Co. of Hollows Falls for barred
Plymouth Rocks; Siinnyslde Poultry
Farm of Hrlstol for buff Plymouth
Rocks; R, W. Hcecher of Went Paw
lot for Pntrldge Wyandottes ; I S.
Urownell of Springfield f"r RIumIo
Island Reds; II H. Shields uf Hon
nlngton for roso comb Hlack Minor
ens; D, E. Stowo of Hrattleboro for
Silver Duck wing (lame Hantams and
Hlrcher Came Hantams; Oullforl
Springs Farm of Guilford Center for
Whlto Wyandottes; A. I. Lawrence of
Hurllngton for Unurbon Red Turkeys.
Mr. Lawrence won tho largest num
ber of first prizes of any exhibitor
from Vermont; alo the largest num
ber uf first nnd second prizes of any
exhibitor of turkeys at the show.
Nobody can tell you J113' bow many In
sertions of your ad will be needed to
Ilnd a buyer for your property but any
one of experience, will tell you to keep
at It and you'll succeed!
MADE GAINS DURING YEAR.
Anniinl Mei-Uiig of lliirlliiglon MutuM
Fire liinriiee ( iuiiim.
Tho annual meeting nf the Hurllllgtnn
Mutual h'lre liisutance company was held
Tuesday evening, when tho following di
rectors ueie ele. ti-d; 13. S. Adult. F. O,
Heuupic, 0. W. Hiownell, S. A. Urownell,
C H. Ltuwmll. J. ' Fbllli, E. W. J,
Hawkins, Donl ' Hnwlcy, II. M. Mc
Fniland, J- " Mneonibei. Thomas
Reives, Juan Robinson, II. H. Shaw. J.
L. Southwlck, Herald Stevens, c. L.
Immediately ft,,r ""' "i""1"' meeting
the lliecturs met nnd chose tho following
olllcers for the '"' ensuing: v. V.
Urownell, president; J. L. Southwlck. vice
president; E- S. Adslt, vice-president; E.
W. J. Hawkins, secretary; J. II. Macom
bur, treasurer; - Heaupre, auditor;
II. H. Shaw, auditor.
The company had Insurance In force
January 1. l'-";(- amounting to J1,W1,713.7,
a gain of p.420.SI during tho year. Preni
lum notes In fui"ce January 1, 1913, nmoutit
id to j:!!,'')!. n K,lln ot 1,;--7'J during thi
yiar. Tlio company had assets January
I, 1913. of J2al.17S.74, a gain of JI3,i'.l.si
during the yonr. Losses amounting to l,.
13ft 64 wero paid during lSli
CONVENTION HALL TALK.
II. I.. I'u" ell Kei'lnreH Thnt Alilrrineu
I sl'iiulil llu SoiiiiIIiIiik 111 the Mnttrr.
Mux L. Powell Monday night put It I
rquuiely before the board of aldermen
that It was "up to them" to do some
thing towards getting a convention hall
for Hurllngton. Mi Powell stated that
be did not i ome hi fore the hoard wedded
to any one scheme for providing the city
J with adequate facilities for taking earn
I of i on Ven t ii ill s, but he relieved thai some
. thing should be done to,vards a conven
tion hall and that It was up to the board
to take the Initiative. Mr Powell ap
I penred before the board at t ir adjourn
I ed meiting and at the con. 1 1 1 1 n of his
I n marks a motion wn made and adopted
I that tho question uf a cotmntlon hall be
1 reterred to Mnyoi Roberts so that Mr.
Huberts could consider the matter and If
I he thought It aiHlsable he could call the
hoiml together In special session to con
sldei the matter.
Ono ot the chief arguments advanced
by Mr. Powell was that It might he nec
essary to get some legislation to enable
the city to build a city hall In the fu
tuie. lie said that the city attorney
should be requested to look Into this phase
of the matter and that even If the city
took lie step at present towards building
a convention hall the necessary legisla
tion should be Introduced at the present
sihsIoii of the legislature. The city would
tin 'i be In a position to co forward with
nn pioject It might wish to In the fu
ture. Mr. Powell told the board that at a
remit meeting In New York of tho Am
i man l.ar association the matter of com
ing to Hurllngton wns considered. He was
i . dlged to tell the members of that a-s-soi
iallon that while this city had tile
foremost hotel accommodations In tho
State It wns lacking In convention hall
aei ommodatlons. The consequence was
that the liar association decided to go
to Montreal. Mi. Powt.ll pointed tn tlio
fact that the Dairymen nnd Sugar Mak
ets had voted not to return to Hurllngton
next year because of the lack of conven
tion hall accommodations.
It It was a question of putting a con
vention hall on the market squaru that
would ac. ominodate 1,.H people, then
Mr, Powell declared be was for such a
project, or for any other that would ln
suie the city an adequato building In
which to i ntertaln visitors. At all events,
he til god tho board to "do something"
that would secuie fur Hurllngton the
piesence of largo conventions in the fu
ture. James E. Hurke, who accompanied Mr.
Powell to the board meeting, was not so
(onsi rvutive In his armaments. He d"plor
(il tin- lnct that the aoaid had alrea.lv
uuthorizdl the expenditure of $lu.0.) for
rep ills to the present city hall building
; and in a lengthy argument, which ho
admitted was a little late, urged tho board
to consider the proposition of a new city
hall. Mr. Hurko also made use of the tlmo
mini aiguments that the city has out
grown tho present building nnd was driv
ing conventions away from Hurllngton by
delaying in building adequate accommo- I
In reply to Mr. Hurke's remarks, Alder
man Cowles stated that the matter of
the lepalls to the present building had
been settled und unless thcru was some
valid reason that question should not bo
reopeiuil. Mr, Cowles. however, eald that
the question of a convention hall wns am
entirely different proposition and should
be considered ns such. Alderman Drew
ulllieil to the fact that In spite of all tho
arguments about conventions going else
where, theio was no other city In the
State that had the hotel facilities for ac
commodating convention visitors.
CONSECRATION JANUARY 29.
The Itrv. W. P. Weeks to He Made
It Is oxpected that tho consecration
of the Rev, William Farrnr Weeks as
bishop coadjutor of tho diocese of
Vermont will bu hold In St. Paul's
Church at 11 o'clock Wednesday morn-
ling, Jauuury 29. Tho consent of tho
various authorities of the national
church has been recelvod and tho
piesldlng bishop, Dr, Tuttlu of Mis
souri, who Is unable hlniHuIf to bo
present, has appointed Hlshop Hall to
offlclato as the chief consecrntnr nnJ
to take charge of tho sorvlce.
Several other bishops, especially
from Now England dioceses, will
tako part In tho service. Tho Ht, Rev.
Dr. Parker, bishop coadjutor of Now
Hampshire, will preach tho sermon,
Dotalled arrangements will ho an
nounced later, ,
Wnen someone decides to sell a no-longer-used
attlcle, at a "socond-hand"
prlca, tho resultnnt "For Sale" ad In sure
to bo good news to a good many folks.
Carpets, Furniture, Linens
Every RolB In Stock
Buy Now Fay
You can't afford to miss it.
It's the greatest Linoleum buy
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only lasts two clays, so be sure
you get here today or tomorrow.
Only one condition :
All Linoleums so
be cut an
You can have them laid free of
charge when you choose.
The Linoleums Offered
Are All No. 1 Stock
pud include printed and inlaid qualities of the following
well-known makes Staine's TCiifrlish, "Wild's, Nair's,
Blabou's and Kilcavdy's Scotch Inlaids together with
Armstrong and Scotch four-yard wide Print Linoleum
and the world famed Scotch and English Matting pat
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