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THE BUKLINGTON KKEE PKESS AND TIMES: TI1UIISDAY, KEBKUAllY 12, 1914.
FOR WORLD PEACE
Andrew Carnegie Provides Fund
to Be Administered through
INCOME S100.000 A YEAR
of her husband, who was killed by com
ing In contact with a live wire while
working for the company This Is tho
sixth caso In the term In which the Jury
has awardad damages.
progressives to dink Friday.
Tho Progressive party Is to hold a meet
Inn at Rcnntngton Friday, when a ban
quot wilt be served. The mooting will be
the annual Lincoln day celebration of the
Bennington county progressives, held one
day lator this year In order that the
speaker of tho eventnr, tho Hon. J, A.
Falconer, progressive congressman from
tho Btate of Washington, may be pres
ent The nev. Fraser Mctrgcr of Ran
dolph and Charles H. Thompson of the
nntlonal executive commlttco will spoak
briefly on the direct primary question.
When Leading Nations Abolish
War Money May Be De
voted to Other Philan
New York, Feb. 10. Andrew Car
negie to-day gave $2,000,000 to bo usod
through the churches for tho promo
tion of International peace. The In
come of tho fund, about J100.000 a
year, will be expanded by a board of
2D trustees, representing all the load
ing denominations In the United States.
This gift Is In addition to tho ten
million dollar foundation established
by Mr. Carnegie December 11, 1010,
"to hasten the abolition of Internation
al war." The announcement was made
it the close of a luncheon at Mr. Car
ncgio's home attended by tho trustees
of tho now foundation. The trustees
organized the "church peace union"
which will bo Incorporated under the
laws of New York State.
Tho Income of tho fund will bo used
to oiganize tho moral power of tho
;hurches on critical international ques
tions, to circulate poaco literature
imong the clergy, and to bring about
,he annual observanco of a "penco Sun
lay" Confe onces of America and
tCuropo will bo called to discuss the
promotion of peaco. When the lead
iiK nations abolish war and the fund
nas fulfilled its purpose tho trustees
nay devote the Income to other i la 11 -inthroplc
In an address to the trustees Mr. Car-
VERMONT VETER1NARV OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of the State
Vetorlnary association at White River
Junction, Dr. F. A. Rich of Burlington
was elected president, Dr. Robert Weir
of Rutland vice-president and Dr. George
Stephens of White River Junction secre-1
tory and treasurer.
Starts a saving account at this Trust Company and
every dollar deposited draws interest at Four per Cent.
Start a savings account now then make regular addi
tions to it and you'll be surprised how well you will be off
at the end of the year. We pay all the taxes, so tho
money will net you Four per Cent and then it will bo
ready on your call in emergency. Do not wait until it is
too late start now and be prepared for the "rainy day."
Chittenden County Trust Company
114 Church St.. Burlington, Vt.
Officers E. J. Booth, President; John J. Flynn. Vlre-presldcnt:
E. D. Worthcn, treasurer; Hnrrlo V, Hall, assistant treasurer.
LI CENTURY OLD
Senate Unanimously Favors
Radical Change in Arti
cles of War.
NORTH TROY PLANT SOLD.
The IJIalr Veneer company of North
Troy has purchased of H. 13. Parker &
Son the sawmill, piano sounding board
and box board factory, with tho land
and buildings connected with tho busi
ness and all equipment.
The 68th annual Caledonia county
fair will bo held at St. Johnsbury next
September 8, 0, 10 and 11.
The total receipts In 1318 at Ileaton
hospital, Montpeller, were J28.s34.44,
and tho total disbui somonts amounted
to exactly three cents loss thKn that
From a flock of 14 Hons Royd-n
Bishop of Rutland got 211 eggs in
January. One of the orgs weighed
rx ounces and measured 3'i by
One hundred arrests were made In
Montpeller during 1913. Of these 80
were for intoxication and breach of
tho peace Thirty-six paid fines and
the same number went to Jail.
The operating revonues of the Rut
land railroad for Decombor were
5219, 7CD.3S and tho operating expenses
J240.3T2.I12, giving a net operating rev
enue of $1,392.".
NEWS TOLD IN BRIEF.
SEEK TO PREVENT
Montpeller, Feb. 10. An application
was made to supreme court this morning
t the opening of the second weeks' ses
sion for an order restraining Superinten
dent D. D. Orout from releasing S. A.
Cleveland from the State hospital pend
ing his appeal to county court. Cleve-
BISTOL HAS !
WOULO NIKE HEF:0H M Ml
Honorable Restoration to Army
Would Follow Good Be
havior of Military Pris
oners under Plan.
T 1,41 ,1
Total Assets $25,970,332.81
Surplus held as a guarantee fund more than $1,000,000.
All Taxes In Vermont
Paid by the Bank
Fire Starting in Millinery Store :slnce loOC:,B, t"006
wlthon' a dlsenting vote by
Results in Large
ashlngton, Feb. 9 Ruvlslon of tho ar
ticles of war the military '.awi of tho
United States that has stood unchanged
to-day, designed to make tho soldiers
guilty of purely military offenses an ob
ject of reformatory dlsdpllnt. Instead of a
penitential y convict with the criminal
i stamp upon him.
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, would cease
I to be a federal penitentiary, under the
j terms of tho bill, and hereafter would be
known as the United States Military De
tention bnrracks. Tho prison would bo
modeled after the English army discip
linary Institution at Aldershot, and no sol
Money deposited on or before the fifth of any month will
draw interest from the first day of the month. Business can
be transacted by mail as well as in person.
WHITE FOn FTJUTUEil INFORMATION.
C V Pmlth, President
Henrr Green, Vtra-Prestdcnt F W. Ward Trea?urei
F W. Ferry. 2nd Vino -I't osldont E S lshatn. Asels'ant Treasurer
f ' F My -V My My My 'V My My r -J
A Wl m T
?jo I ne Buningion i rust uc., 4
tr Burlington Vermont 2
X IllMAIIUftlC'llieMV, 4
attempted to file nn appeal wh h was
not entertained by thn county court ai It
was not accompanied by a bond. He
claimed thst he ms not required to file
s bond as he was adjudged to bo with
out means. The court took this view of
the Mtuatlon In a decision handed don
floor were M W.
Wilson and Uoy Tart,
rooms, ard V, I.
last week and directed that ho bo allow-1 Glysson, photographer. They lot practl-
ed to enter his appeal. Now the question
of releasing birr, from the State hospl-1
tal comes up. "1 he town desires to have '
Mm restrr. "d in the Inif'utlon pending
his appeal and trial by Jury in county
court, to etermlne If he Is Insane This
Is the flrrt time the question has ever.
Statistics show that the church mem
bership of United States Increased 618,-
OHO during 1913, a gain of 1.8 per cent '
This Is at rate of 20 per cent, in de-
'Certaln that the strongest appeal that; cade and at fully as great a pace a?
;an be made Is to members of the religious , the g owth in population.
jodles, to you I hereby appeal, hoping
that you will feel It to be not only your Henry Ford, automobile manufacturer,
luty but your pleasure to undertake the who tecently estahlishisl $5 a day mln-
idmlnlstratlon of tho millions of dollars lmurr. wage, has emphatically refused to
lve per cent, bonds, the Income to be so consider the endorsement of tho Calhoun
used as In your Judgment will most sue- Progrcrsive club for the governorship of
:cssfully appeal to the people in tho Michigan, and refused to be directly affil-
aUSO OI neare thrnilfrh nph tnt nn nf In. ..,1 n.1.1. nHiln..! 11. .n1.1
..,n..i.i .." ... " . . . . . J ... - . horhood feud. Notwithstanding the fact
............... iiiun 1,1 i.,,- imw nut rvt'ii iiif uujiumiuun lor nn
ized lands la compelled by law to sub- presidency would draw h.m Into the po-
Bilt personal disputes to courts of law, ntlcal arena.
to natloi s shall appeal to the court at '
cully all their Roods. S. D. Farr sved
a small Quantity of jroods. Ills loss
111 reach fully J'.nno, insured for JS.Wi
'frs. Dillon's lu K about VC w t
.nail Insurance. The Drlstol Clo hlru
company, R. W. Oorton, manager, sveil
the greater part of the stock, which was
me tiaeue or to sucn tribunals as mav
ie mutually agreed upon, anw now to the
1-erdlct rendered thus insuring tho reign
of national peace through International
"After the abltratlon of International
disputes Is established and war abolish
ed, as It certainly will be some day,
nd that sooner than expected, proba
bly by the Teutonic nations, Germany,
Britain, and tho United States flrnt dn.
cidlng to act in unison, other powers A Boston
An Invention has Just been patented
which prevents eavesdropping on a tele
phone party line and makes each tele
phone practically private.
Rristol, Fob. 10. An alarm of tire was
sounded about nine o'clock tlu evenln .
for a blar.e In Mrs. Jame lui'nn
land Is a resident of Coventry. He wa.s I millinery store In the Drake-Farr bloc!:,
adjudged Insane after a heirlng about 1 Tne noso ct,nuii,y responded, hut the n,
n ..... .. . afnm ,. . . ... . . iinury main
:; :, " j;r" "; .: ..m . 1 1,0 p".out' in pam- dier or civman convicted 0f nn often.
r.u ni u. ..... ..v, onn, u spreaa into tne stores of S. D. i.i.i.i u.. hre.
Farr, hardware, and tho llrlstol Clothlnwr after be confined there,
company, alio up partitions to the sc. Military prisoners under suspended sen
ond floor. Later the Are worked through tence, quartered In the detention bni
Into I.. O. Cliapln's store. All four stores racks, would be organized into mllltarj
were gutted. Tenants on the second rnn,mnn.i. .i,t, .mining bnnt nn
where prison conduct warrants, in tho
opinion' of tho recretary of war.
Honorable restoration to the army, or
permission to re-enllst without prejudice
If the enlistment had expired, won' ' fol
low good behavior.
Tho Jurisdiction of courts martin
would be extended to capital offenses in
time of peace, which are beyond the
reach of civil court'. The present code
glvrj this Jurlsdlct'r'.i only In time of
After hesrlng arguments by Johr. Young, c,est end of the block, moving Into tho I (,f Uh 8pntt,ncc be mandatory under
of Newport on behalf of the town and ibn''"lp"t f "o town hull. . U ' the ncw anfl R tW0.thlnIs maJorll5
,n V" " .'i L.i i m'' ' , . n 111 "u"uof the court martial, Imposing such sen
luvrmnu, ine conn mrerien nu,nrinten- " nuia.n wm. ..ryini; w.iiii.or, in inr
dent Grout to furnish an affidavit regard- ' nsemeiit. moved out three a itomoblle
lnr Cleveland's mental condition. j b,ock was owned by S. T. Farr and
Cleveland Is described as being "trou helis, K. 8. Furr and T. 8. Drake, and
blosome" and the proceedings as a neleh , ''Hue! at Jio.con. Injured for JS.OOO. It
vas built In 1M.'. At eleven o clock a
that he was nlaced In the Insane nvltim ortlon of the roof over Dillon's and the
at the expense of the State, and won his'. ' othlng storoi was 'Vlln? In Th- vi
case on the point thit he was a pauper. J 'fflct al burning. The total lots
he is ssld to be wnrth . .mil nhnvo hi. l reach about 0.YO.
Tr.e manttKOment of this bt,k li .dcasml to iinnoonce
that an ottra dividend has bcn declared on oavlngs ac
count and was credited to depositors on February 1st,
This is In addition to the tegular Intoreut at thi
ruarantcod rate of four per cent and makos tho rato for
a'.wim foe tho last Itilotoc period
Four and One-Quarter per Cent.
Deposits raafin on ov befotn February loth, dru'v lntciesi
from tho fliat
arlen In the state. The town takes the1 Insured. I.. O. Chnpin saved the greater
position thst his going at large would ' 'rt of his stock, also insured. Employes j
be dangerous to the common welfare. I of the post filce vacated ' om In the
'rows, barber. In the basement, moved
. all his goods out. George Jlmmo, In the I
HI r msrmi jflS THE FIRST
Mr- r A T CON SID ERA-
No money loaned ai ov r 6 per cent. Safe depopit
boxes for rent at $3.00 in our Fire and Burglary proof vault.
This Bank's surplus is over 9 per rent, of the dr-nosits.
No money loaned to a r'itpp or officfr.
4x1 WINGOSftl SAVINGS BANK, m sys
CvC- 11 WlnoosUI niirk. Onrnnlred 5 years, M L
f) WlnoosUt. Vt. f)
lie nunc yon are In the Old nv!ir Itnnk.
tence, would be required
FOR WEST POINT
debts. He seeks release r-o that he can
go back to his farm, but the 'n-vn want'
to have him kept under restraint until a
Jury can pnss on his mental condition.
Arguments were made to-day In the
case of C. A. Rurnham a alnst Rut- I
New Tork manufacturers who pay Jl,
Efo.000 a year In" freight charges have
ninii: I" "- i...mmeii.c cum .nn... hV XT R shnn, fn. .U- .1.1..
mission a..klng that railroads be permitted tff and ,, w Lawrence for the de
to increase rates Ave per cent. fondant. A verdict was directed for
the defendant in county cnu-t The
BRA DSTREET'S WEEKLY
VERMONT TRADE REPORT
Wachln'on, Feb. 0. Captain Mortin r
Smith of the joth Infantry, now stationed
at El I'sso, Tex., has been ordered by
Prcrctary Garrison to proceed to West
I'olnt, N. T., to assume the duties of
commandant of cadets at the military
academy, succeeding Major Fred W.
Pladen, of the 11th Infantry, who Is or
dered to jol-i his regiment in China.
This flank will keep your money sarely and pay you TWO PER
CENT SEMI-ANNUALLY Checks oi drafts can be sent by mall Bank
Rook sent bv return mall
HOME SAVIN 3S SAHK, 190 MAIN STRZZF
Joining later, the trustees will divert
tho revenues of this fund to relieve
the deserving poor and afflicted In their
Internal revenue collector
states that people aro sending chockB for
their income tax, and he wants It clearly
Reports to Rradstreet'e for the week In-
ltr.fiti. Int. nr f.itrlt tvell i.tiintnv n nnil
land Railroad company, from AdrlWon i about the usual volume of trade at the re- While holding his now position, Captain
tall stotis. Manufacturers of bruh goods
reflect an Improved condition of tride.
one manufacturer In tht line, who has
nperated on -liort time. ha. In-reased the
number of working hours and also num-
l er of employed A little more nctlvity U ,
action was brought to recover for the
value of two horses killed by a train
nil in I. uin li. At n . . . i . . . .
J . . . i l . , ..u.iuiiv. .ni'iii, lull L'lillllllll nnlMl In Ho m.nh n. Mnn
L.? f.n . . earnft ; Ka nst Where the amount of the Income tax aln " "clnt cattlo guards The .1e- mmum,ntn trade Is sending In a numW
.un.ii (.rniiiin mo uuii'i went in Sleep
and that the team wandered a number
of rods down the track from the cross-
Smith will receive the rank and pay of
a lieutenant-colonel of the line.
MAYOR BRINGS STREET
RAILWW OFFICIALS AND
misfortune and have not themselves
lltogethor" to blame for their poverty.
Members of tho various churches will
aaturally know such members well,
nd can thorefore tho better Judge,
aut this does not debar thorn from go-
splits to a half cent, they must pay a full
Incr hiunn m K a e V. t n 1. n ....... L. .
;;:.;;-Vv ;:v:' w von. b-forming combm.
The appellate division of the supreme h'tne helnf hit.
i i no ijcju. catse iFiKen up was uie negli
gence action of Warren W. Sevlour, ad
ministrator, against the Rutland Ilallroad
court upheld the conviction of 1! members
of the "poultry trust" for violating the
ule, It Is best to help thoso who help
themselves, but there are unfortunates
from whom this cannot be accepted.
LEAVES TRUSTEES FREE.
"After war la abolished by the leading
Hon to restrain trade. The defendants
must serve a three months' prison term
and pay a fine of $500 each.
of Inquiries for both marble and granite,
In the latto.- line labor Is well employed.
Milder weather has prevailed generally
and this has tended to aid buslnes at the
retail stores, where dry goods sales are
In progress. More activity Is noted among
building lines, several good sized con
company from Windham county Hugh tracts have been put Into operation during
ir-iiij iyi-.w t-u iui lih; ijimiuui mm
W. Lawrence for the defendant. C. i:iza
heth Pevlour, the plaintiff's decedent, and
her sister, I.llla E. Hazen, were killed at
the crossing on the defendant's railroad
The "Small Cowper Madonna," also
known n the "Pnnhnnfrer TJnnhal"
nations, the trustees by a vote of two- ! the most valuable picture ever brought "PX' f 'h? Chclit"r Af,'l 1,1 tho
iuwh ui .iiffinT, iu a. in. June iyi-, oy
thirds may decide that a better use for
tho funds than those named In tho
preceding paragraph have been found,
and ar free according to their own
Judgment to devote the Income to the
best advantage for the good of their fel
David H. Greer, Episcopal bishop of
New York, was elected president of the
Church Peace union; Dr. William 1
Merrill of New York, vice-president". Dr.
Frederick Lynch, secretary; and George
A. Plimpton, treasurer.
The trustees adopted a resolution which
appealed to the rulers and statesmen of
all civilized lands to abolish war. It
pointed out that the combined debt of
the world, mostly borrowed, and used
for war purposes, was nearly !17,CW,oV),
000, that tho amount expended annually
for standing armies and navies was
KWiOOO.wu, and mat b,:'H,uj men are kept
Idle In military service.
"Tho second sad and distressful
srlmo of our day," tho lesolutlon dn
:larod, was the destruction of prlvuto
property In naval warfare. The teu
tonic nations, Groat Britain, and the
Fnlted Stntes were called upon to meet
and agree to Inform th'o world In a
friendly manner that they could not
look with favor upon war on the high
Copies of the resolution will be sent
to ex-presldonts, sovereigns, presidents,
prime ministers, ministers of foreign
relations and presidents of legislatures
and other officials of the world powers.
to the United States, has been sold to
P. A. B. Wldener of Philadelphia at a
figure said to exceed $700,000.
the defendant's combination observation
car and the englno Nehasane. The trial
by Jury at the April, 1913, term of Wlnd-
D. W. Ewald, a prominent German I hBm county court resulted In a verdict
engineer, predicts that large warships ' 'r the railroad. The case comes to fu-
and ocoan liners will never be able premo court on admission of evidence and collections onlv fnlr.
iu h" iiiruuKii iiiu r iiuuinu. canal ana J ' . ... ..urne, r iiucn-n.
that second-class ships will be able
the week in varloui .arts of tho f'tate.
Tho demand for building material Is good.
Reports from Jobbers In hay Indicate a
disappointment as to the working n ' In
demand. The farmer has received a rea
sonably good price for what he has sold
to thn Jobber but the latt'-r has not found
the market ns re dy to l uy with the re
sult that stocks bovght have In somo In
stances been disponed of at less than was
anticipated. One fallur-) Is reported for
the week and the who'ealo trado reports
Mcn'l.elter Feb. in. Meetings looking
toward arbitration of the trolley strike
were held to-day by otTlelols of the Barm
& Mompeller Street railway and the con
ductors and motormen on the Invitation
of Mayor JHtnes B. Estcf, who has
hrnught Ifith sides together. The men
have signified a willingness to arbltrato
and a similar decision is looked for from
The inviting of small accounts is in accord with the
progressive policy of the Howard National Bank. We thus
aid the salaried man and woman, the household manager
and the professional man in the conserving of their re
sources and in the payment of financial obligations.
No charge is made for check books.
r'0WARD NATIONAL BANK
to go through the great waterway on)
part of each year.
It has been discovered that social
clubs, such as tho Union League club,
University club, and other Now York
clubs, If Incorporated, are subject to
tho provisions of the Income tax.
Advices state that ateo! plants at Bir
mingham, Alabama, and Wheeling, West
Virginia, have resumed on full time, and
that the American Shet & Tin Plato
Burlington reports labor reasonably well
employed and business at tho stores all
that could be expected under existing con-
STATE IN COURT TO
AID FOREIGNER dlt!ons Ice dealers note supply of last
year's crop Is practically exhausted and
New York. Feb. 10. Glenn H. Curtiss
the American aviator, predicted on his
return from Europo to-day that tho pro
posed 21-hour flight across tho Atlantic
this summer would bo successful If
weather conditions are right. Mr. Curtlss
came back to supervlso the construction
for Rodman Wanamaker of the (lying
boat In which the attempt will be made,
"lit mv opinion," he said, "this now
lying machine, which Is larger than any
thing we havo attompted, will make the
WHEf FORTUNE KNOCKS
The systematic depositing of a fixed sum in the City Trust
Company prepares the man or woman who looks ahead for
the accepting of unexpected business opportunities. Four
per cent, interest paid on savings accounts, compounding
April 1 and October 1.
CITY TRUST COMPANY, BURLINGTON
(Offices lth llovrard .National llnnk)
Bennington. Feb. lO.-The State of vr.inM,rt,' lco h"K formf,a' At nut"!ni l'' tH.b'JT thl' Tnf u"
mont to-day appeared In court In behalf 1 reports from manufacturers indicate labor to the Irish c.ait at the rato of ,0 miles
of . forelrne; who had puXsed pV' U 0mye certain ' sn hour without a stop, 'rhe machine w.,1
erty here and against whom foreclosure rf,a" "TChnnts are InC ned to consider be h I. to . rr enoUKh Ka,o ne for the
xne volume or nusinens neiow ine usual ""ft ,-.i' "m uum aum id v -i khi-
amnunt others report trade fairly as gi.od Ions un hour
'Tho new machine will carry at leMt
j1 Gobel oflJ'p'ir' St' Albans manufacturers are well! two men. I shall not make the trip my
. ,e " emp'jyed. The retail merchant states self as I do not consider that I knon
farm In the . . . ,. '.. .... .... ......
company I. operating at capacity at it.;""" f Snndgate purchased nV.ut two , Ono p .
different plants. e by C.ob. throuch a New lorl: bp ()f ch&rge of
Mrs. Clnrcnre I". Whelilon of SprlnB
fleld Frightfully llurnrd.
Mr. Clarence E. W'hcldon of Springfield
Is in a eerloua condition as the result of
burns received when her nlifht clothing
caught fire from a match which she light
ad to assist her In finding a key supposed
A Berlin special says that according to
a prominent member of the Kaiser's
court It is the opinion In tho hlght
military and naval circles that ques
tions at Issue between tho United Stat
and Japan ar graver than Is generally
believed and will become acute the
moment tho former country decides on
military intervention In Mexico
It Is estimated that Chicago banks
nave taken between 140,000,000 nd J60,-
000. 000 of commercial paper since January
1, the heaviest buying In a year, and
practically exceeding the supply of paper
In the brokers' hands.
real estate atency. M. Cusllne
FALL RESULTS IN
YOUNG MAN'S DEATH
fit. Albans, Feb. 10. C. fl. Jones died
at the St. Albans hospital at saven o'clock
to-ntght of Injuries recelvad when h fell
from a ladder to the cement floor at the
proceedings hail been brought by the pre-
eeilln nu'nni. 1
Tn. . ... ... as i ould be looked for at this tine ?f the
" a no. .11. vi v mm I in. 11.1 lull 1
of Bennlnirton axalnet Paul
u...t,..' ...i in,, i.. a . i i .u lemp'jyed. The retail meronant states seir as l no not consider that I know
... ...... a... ah.. .(. . ... . . v . a I .1 ill in .nn , , , . . , ... . , ,
irane is oencr i.uin it na mr ine snmn rnuiiKa auom navigaiion to ao tne incK.
a navy filer, who takes
rge of the trans-Atlantic flight. Ther
(veather eni ltlcps. At Sw.inton all mn.i- aro navy offlcars here and on the other
i.e .l.iMn o- IntKr.ulB nm full,, n.nntnv.i 1 .1.1. . ..K.U1. .n..HU 1. -
Gobel was unable to meet hla vamenta - ....... , ...c . tn...0 .uh..
,. ' r ,. . ,,' . Among a number of the retail merc.iants the flight. We have practically dee ded
cm the mortr.ge given at the time he, (BrBnco M,M ar(, n prfllfrR an(J hMe,on tho meni but j HnotlM prefer , nnP
uonta mr mrm ami iiiuvpu 10 lanciiCB-
ttr to retme. nen Hnmuton brought lru,. nii tv,n -fti,. hn wr. . ' y .t... . .7
h. foreclosure proceedings the case m MU-r MrikV M I Tew Vo'rk a me trial nZTZ
''XTT? tX?.1?lTr f,n "rn""s " ll" pW,rtn 1,ne betwn.rar. being sh-pped to St. John". In Au-
coma speaic mile or no I3ngllh The re- volume of business on hand for tne near
suit was that the attorney-general was future. Reports from Hrattleboro statu
Instructed to protect the Intercuts of the buslnrss Is good here, labor is generally
unfortunate German. Mr. llrown and his i well employed and retail trade Is movln
een well attonneu. ht. Jolinsbury re- nr. Wanamaker announce the names.
' nnrtn frenernllv labor Is well emnlnved nnd "T ,.vn.n. ih.i tv. m..ki.. .ni
FIRST GAME APR. 14
2 holidays: Brooklyn receives a similar
share; Pittsburg 10 Sundays and 10
1 Saturdays, and Philadelphia 13 Satur
days, 6 Sundays and 1 holiday.
Western Clubs Have Advantage
in Home Holiday and Sat
Kew TorV. Feb. 10. Ths 1FH playing
schedule of the National Leanua as n-
rc, E. H. IirUham of Bt. Al-1 tnat cltj. nnd Barre. Oranlte manufactur- fU., whon the proposed flight Is to take I nounce" here to-nU-hl, following the an- "I'm flfty-twa. a regular c
o laid the case before the sov-frs KTe rea,onably well employed at both,pao, weather conditions should be Idaal n"11 meeting of the schedule committal, with a good btwln.as and tf.
'resulting that the purchaser of , vnCfX. Hardwlck reports srsnlte manu-'for ths ttempt " "lu for tho "renins of the season on bank," concluded the little m:
was a native of Germany, who faeturers are well employed and a good. Tuesday, April 14, snd the final ram on "Put Mm out!" ' elled everj
Ouimet to Sail April 14.
floston, Fsb. 10.Francls Ouimet,
The impassioned oratress had reached
the climax of her denunciation of the
tyrant sex, when a little man In the
eernej1 said he arose to present a ques
tion of special privilege.
"Put him out!" shrieked many unfriend
"State your question." said tho oratress.
"I want to mh.rry you," said the little
mar. "I like jour talk and I llko your
locks I've sot a good house and a
iehorspowr motor car."
"Order! order'" shrieked tho audlen.'n.
"Let htm etnte his question," shouted
ooo in th
I October 1. Aceordlnf to a notice accom- "In deference to tne popular deman.i.
'sanylnr the schedule no ehanres shall bt aald thn gifted oratress, "I'll have to nail
made that will conflict with tha American vou to wait on the outnlde."
assistant. S. R. Moulton of Ilurllngton, i. well .s usual for this kerlod. Rellowa " 71 , 7
arrived her. last night. Th.y were ad Fall., report, both the paper manufactur-, ''f ' av in the Lfl V'
League playing dates, and double-headers
to have been placed beneath a door V t mJ of tllf Mlr-.lsu-ol Pulp and Paper'
htr husband, who left the house earlier In
the day. She was terribly burned upon
her back, legs and one wrist, but It Is
thought she will recover.
RUTLAND'S SMAL.L- FIRE LOSS.
The loss suffored by Are In Rutland dur
ing 1U amounted to $25,lii3.01, says Chlaf
Engineer J C. Dunn In his annual report.
Nearly J100.000 worth of property was en
dangtred The d. partnnt responded to
n alarms during the yoar, of which 10
rer false ciuli.
SETS $8,000 VERDICT.
CaJadonla county court awardta a Tar
tlet of W.009 to Mrs. JannU M. Bplnnay.
Mmlnl.tratrix f tha aatate of har hug.
ban, Hward Bplnnay. In htr suit as alnat
O V. Hker & Son's aorapany ef Bt.
1-ehjuifcury. 8h aouglit tlO.W for U Ubs
company at Sheldon Springs. He was 21
years old last Friday. His father and a
brother are expected to arrive from Dun
ham, P. Q,, to-morrow.
Mr. Jonas was doing some work at th
pulp mill. He started to climb a ladder
and a timber gave way, letting the ladder
fall and precipitating him between two
rolls of one of the large paper machines
to the cement floor. He struck on hla
head and shoulders and Buffered a sev,
concussion of the hraln. The accident
occurred about 1:50 o'clock. He was
brought at once by train to tha hoapltal,
where ha remained In an unconscious con
dition. Ha wan unmarried.
Teu can man want-advertising "pay"
If you have any reasonable task for a
want ad ana. sometimes, with an unres
atructor In German at the University
of Vermont, who is acting as Interpreter.
Rutland. Feb. 10. Fifteen Connrega
tlonal ministers from Aildlaon, Ilennlng
ton and Rutland counties were guests
to-day of the Rev. Arthur H. Ilradford,
pastor of the Congregational Church
here, the object of the gathering being
to discuss nvangellsm. There were ad
dMeaoa by tho Rev. George fl. Mills i
Dennlngton, the Rev. W. A. Mclntlre of
Danby, the Rev. R. O, Woodbridge of
Vergannea, tho Rev. R. II. Hall of Fair
Haven, and the Rev. A, A, Lancaster f
ployed. Retail trade has shown up better
than was expected during the first weel.a
of the present year At Tlennlngton labor
Is fairly well employed and retil mer
chant." sjieak well of volume of business
which they have hod.
Ameri'.an epen golf ehmp!on, arranged , ,V 1 2. . .' '. .. j .
. a. . ..i - ..i ii T trv. . . shell not be scheduled for conflicting dates
except by tha consent of Prealdent John- Cleveland Plain Dealer.
son of the American League An excep
tion to this ruling la made on the final
trip of the season, to be exercised only In
chuckled the little rrmn,
tho oratress rtsumcd.-
1IR STILL HAL IT.
"Look here, you swindler!" roared th.
owner of the subur... property to the
real aetata man, "Whan you sold me this
house, didn't you say that In three
months 1 wouldn't part with It fer ten
"Certainly," said th real estate dealer,
ealmly; "and you haven't, hare vouT"
MOTES AND REAMS.
nr.rrvm A.f ni'er ft run nf nHernnnn tfti ...
; ' ' ' ' , , , " ' Worcester,
wun a firoup oi cynii-ni nacneinrs ai inn
Chicago Athletic club, said:
"Married men declare that their wlvea
can't keep a secret, but these men them-1
elves sre Juat as bad.
"A married man buttonnoled me In the
billiard room an hour ago and told me a
" 'Don't let this go any further Georre,'
" 'No, certainly.' said I. Rut how did
you happen to hear ItV
" Oh, the wife, of course,' he ant ered.
Uhe's Just like all women-can't keep a
pen champlonslilps this summer. He will
be accompanied by Arthur G. Lockwood,
formerly of Weston Super Mere, England,
who hae been In this country 1J years and
Is ranked among th leading amataura
here. They expect to be Joined by J. D.
Traer of Upper Montclalr, the American
amateur ohamplon; Frederick Hernehoff
of New Tork and Helnrlch Schmidt of
A t'RELr.PS WASTE.
The tAlk in a hotel lohbv turned t.
the case of absolute necessity. There ar huntlnt a few n,Kht8 a(f0 wnt.n snator
Some or to-day' "To Rent" ads. will
.use plaeaids ti dlsaappa- from win
dows and doora.
"It must be '.ard to be poor,"
nerved the millionaire.
"On the contrary. It Is the eaatest
thins in the world," replied the pau.
per. Cincinnati Enquirer.
SUCH A CALAMITY!
He came In breathlesaly, hurrying like
one who bore Important news.
"A butcher in the market dropped 0
feetl" he exclaimed.
"Is he dend? How did It happen! Tell
me about It."
"No, he Isn't hurt a Ml."
"Th war or s' ft "
hut four conflicting dates, however, all
of which occur In Chicago, these being
May 10, May 31, July e and September U,
In th distribution of homo holiday
and Saturday dates, those schedule
plums are about evenly apportioned,
although the western clubs have a
alight advantage over their eastern
rivals. Pittsburg draws 15 Saturdays
and S holiday dates; Chicago 14 Sun
day, 11 Saturdays and 2 holtdn a; St.
Louis secure 11 Sundays, 10 Sat I'dtiyr.
and 1 holiday and Cincinnati has U
Sundays and 10 Saturdays. In the eaat
Hnston has II Saturdays and I holiday
Rlalr Lee, of Maryland, was rvmtnded f
rat's wasted ammunition.
Recently, Mr. Leo ald, Pat went mi
his first gunning trip with a friend, and
eelng a large bird soaring high In the
,lr the friend told Pat to try hie luck,
Pat Instantly compiled, and in son?
mysterious way he managed to hit the
bird, which fell to the earth with a heavy
"Well, what do you know about th "
exclaimed the amar.ed fr. no "You go
him all right!"
"Bhure, an' OI did thM." responded F.',
"Urtinc toward his prey, -'but It iti
lates4 Philadelphia 1J Saturdays and
holidays; New York and Brooklyn mesllf thot waated a lot of good ammuni-
share alike, each being allotted 14 Sat. Hon."
urdaya and 1 holiday. "Wasted your ammunition!" waa th
The road schedule shows that Cln- fuled rejoinder of the friend. "What
clnnatl haa 15 Saturday. 1 Sundays and Jo you mean"
S holidays, ChlcaK 14 Snturdnys, I "OI mane Juat thot." Mnwwetrd l'at.
Sunduya and I holldnyv; St, Loul U nlth a regretful sigh. "Wouldn't the fall
Baturduya, 6 Sunda- a und 3 holidays; have killed hlmT" Philadelphia Tl-
Nw Tork 11 SutuidaTa. 5 Sundays and aranli.