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THE BURLING TON 1-REE PKi!ns.S AM) ti.vii IliuUSDAy, JANUARY 14, l!)lu.
loin) Meeting t Stnnmiril I'ost iiml
Witiiiitti'N Hrllef t'orps,
'L'ho joint installation of the nnivh
i e cited officers uC Stunnnrri Punt. No. Z
(trand Army (if the Uopubllc, mid of
S'nnnnrd Woman's Belief Corps wan
argctv ntlorid.ri b, tliclnlivVM of the two
itemizations and f:l In 1 1 1 01' tin- ctt
i'IK. ill .Staiiriniri Memorial li.ill I'rlrin.N
niiiff. Then- win :r, e.i th. tni ih me
t i mbcr nf the post present, and thcb
icr, aggregnt. d 'XA't if,ii-H. Tin- offli .'t"4
were Installed I iv ist tVpiutniiTiL Com
imnrirr .turigo Piltm i. asstslori h.
I'oKt rout, (.'omnia ndct- tt It. Tllley an
officer of the day. Following tlm Instal
lation re.freshiuent. won served and
.Ttldgo IM.lm'T was raJInl upon for a
upcc!.. tie rcr.potirieri and paid a slow
lug tiihuto to the motherr, slslors ntnl
Nweothon its during tile days of tho Civil
War and to tin- lnombcra of tho local
Tho nfflc'T.s nf Stanuarri post instaileri
are: Commander, George, t Martin;
senior vlce-commandor, Charlevs 12. Put
ney, Junior vlce-commandor, Bichnrd J.
Irwin; nu.artermastor, John M. Safford;
rhaplaln. John K. Goodrich: surgeon,
Nelson R. Tracy; officer of the day,
Charles A. VanStclnborg: officer of tho
guard, IlvlnpRton DorrhH: color ser
geant, James M1lt!.
The officers of Stnnnaid Woman- He
iof Corps Installed are: President, Mrs.
"ora Hall; senior vlce-presldiM. Mir.
BUlian C. Plielps, Junior vice-president,
Mrs. Ida Spca.'-. secretary. Mrs. Kate
Fen-ln; treasurer. Miss 1.. franco? ("till:
haplaln, Mrs. Frances Hartlncmn: con
ductor, lire. Vllfttn Bene; guard, Mrs.
8aiili Ooonrad; patriotic Instructor. Mrs
nmrr.a linker: press correspondent. Mrs.
Htfle Athcrton: nrisiclan, Mrs. Gertrude
Smith; asedft-t.-uit conductor, Mrs. Olive
Drew; nj.rtlsta.nt guard. Mr?, Leiura
Brock; color sergeants Mrs Amanda
FTrywes, Mrs Klma r'ntyle Mr Knther
no "Morgan and Mrs. Klfr da Morgan.
ATJTONIA REBBKAH BODGK.
Tbn officers of Autonia Bobekah lyvlgo.
No. 11. were inMal'cri Friday night at the
regular mtlng hM In Odd Fellows'
hall hy District Deputy t'roride.nt K-a
Hike of Briptol, assisted lv tennle
twJuo a district deputy prand marshal,
Tena J. Olfford as dlt-trict deputy prand
warden, Marion "5 Poarson as district
dojruty frrand lCTCtar, T.Pttlo Tooks aa
district deputy srand troasurfr, Mary
tjipworthy a dlstrliM deputy grand
"tiaplaln, Maud .Tacnhs ae district deputy
erand niaid(vn and Mlnnlo Dandrew aa
district deputy prand herald.
Pollo-irlpa: tlm Installation Mrs Julia n.
Wotherell. retlrltit: noUh' mnd, was
rn-es'nted vith n tmxi nobh .zrand'n ol
'ar uy Mr.. Trna tilfford mi bohalf of
'ho infinhf-rs of the !nd r In rr munition
of her service- A baniiuet was si rveil
in tho banquet hall, and s-vi'inl of tho
Installing and ntwly install' d offlirr.- of
tho lodpo anl members of the Uk1k
made short speeches durinpr jvit-prandlal
'xcreisos presided over by "V. P.. Craven.
Tho otTicor.i installe.1 last evening to
n'(i the enniInK year wrre as follows:
V C... Ida M. Prentiss; V. C, . T.ou 12.
Hathaway; recording secretary. Maud
Willis; financial soeretan. Ada H. Tut
t le; treasurer, Musetta. Klnsin.in: war
den, I.lbble llanlinc; eond,! tor. Kll.i At.
Tliomaa; rlmnlain, lilanchi- '!" . . 1 1 1 -; 1!. rf.
V. G., Tina .1 (lll'ford; I S X il., M.iry
UuUock; It. S. V. ;.. Mali.-I llrainaid:
U S. V. G.. Lula V. Potter: J. fl., Ma
H. SollthwicU; (). ',.. Xelli.- M. It. vnolds.
II. A. Preda Coiwin. 1, A. S.. Ilat
tle Sheiman: I'. X. G., Julia WVtln'itdl;
marshal, Ada II. Tultle; lluanc,. commit
tee, U. C. Clewler, P. 13. Hathaway, P.lla
M Thorn. i: law oininlttee. I.. A. Gif-
oid. Julia T:. Wetlier.'ll. C-haili- D.-al.
WOODMKX CiP AMCHlcW
Ai 'ia Camp. X'o. T.'T-'T. Moilein 'Vo(nl
in'n of Ainerli.i. held thur annual lu
stallation ni o'fii ers ai -'i. iwnii- un
College stu-t t I'rld.iv i - i i . The -mony
was pi.' p and f . is .i l.n-
Iteiiilanee. , t . i . .1 u .
firnprtmptlv reUcfrj with Incpenslc home treatment.
It utniwlr rcmoca th' pain, swelllnit. tired ocas a"d
'H-cftw. KiJl ijarfUulrir on rerflpt of clntnp.
V F.YOl. SO. V D r. 2 TcmpIe.St.priDBfieiU.Mifc
A 8KIN OF HCAttTY 13 A JOY TOWtVEn
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
SiT HfmofH Tin. nmru,
hnd rry blmlh r
hfaiHy. and Ufl do.
taction It hup ntnnd
ihctfdt ofMytum, ani
U to ImrmlMit wtr
t to t nurft II Ik prn
prtrmtfln. 4cpt no
t onntrrtt of timtlur
lump Dr. ii A Snyr
&tij tn a lid? or tht
hunttnn ( rttnt j :
''Aa you IftdlM will un
hom, T Mtommen-1
ft tbifpthrmfn) of ll iS flktn prepArfttlon.'
At Prnritl! nA l)ApartD)nt ttor
f trd. T. Hopkins & Son, Preps., 37 Gnat Jones St., NX a
JEVVELUV AT AlTCTION.
I present. Tho following oflkWH rvnro in
stalled: Venerable counsel, T A, McMil
lan, worthy advisor, J It. Inham; bank
er, A. T. Chllds; clerU, William Thymic;
escort. Albeit Chase, watchman, Henry
ll'ram; seiitrv. Joseph Klrschner; trustee
, for three vears, Henry Stalls. Tho inlal
illnj; officer was A. O. Palmer, Stato de
A feature of tlm occasion was tho ad
dross by Kdward F. Burns of Brooklyn,
X. Y., national torturer of the order.
KnmnrttH were also made fry Counsel T.
A. McMillan, Past Counsel K. A. Nichols
and John hynn. After the exercises llsht
refreshments Were served, Music whh
furnished liy Gllmnn's orolustni The
camp Is In a llourlshlnK condition.
in:iA.vn ron thi: ijpiuciux'i.
Alert, keen, clear heatleil, healLhy ini n
and -Romoti are In demand .Modem busi
ness canno' use in office, factory or on
the road, persons who are dull, lifeless,
Inert, half sick or tired. Keep in tiim.
He In a condition that wards off disease
Kolf-y Onthartlc Tablets clean th sys
tejii, koep tho frtomach swent, livor active
and the bowels roetllar. J. W. 0"Sulll
BAPTISTS ELECT OFFICERS.
Church .fTnlr ItepnHeil In (inod Con
dltlnn nt "tnnunl .Mretlnfc.
Tho annual meetiiif: of the Baptist
Church was largely attended Thursday
In the vostrv of the church. Tho reports
of the various heads of departments
thowed the church to be in a pood finan
cial condition with a lareu number of
baptisms and accessions during tho past
year Tho Men's I'nlon. a new orsani.a
tlon In tho church, has been very uece.i
ful, especially tn Its attempt to pet hotel
Ktiests In the city to attend church.
The meeting was opened with a devo
tional service, leil by tho pastor, tho Key.
James P. Hrakor, following whl'h the
clerk of 1h church. Henry R Hill, calh.l
the mretlni; to order, ami the Hev W ,.
Iiavlson was chosen moderator The
following reports were rendered. The
tia.stor's report; clerk. H U. Hill; colle.--tor,
Howard Crane; treasurer. H. P. An
drews auditor, D. II. Cameron; for the
deacons, Jasper I. Tnusley; advisory
board. Wellington Faer: member
ship committee, II. n. Hill; I..i
tlhs' Benevolent society, Mrs. P..
Hill: Ladles' Benevolent society, Mrs. B.
B. Bailey. The reports of the Sunday
M-hiinl weie rendered as Inllon-si; Super
i'lti'iiilent, A. C!. Crane: fsicretary-treas-uier,
c. B. I'uttls; Woman's Missionary
soi let.. Jls Clara Orton; Yoiiiik Iidb s'
Missionary si'l'ty. Miss P.dith Brown: I'.
V. P C . T. 11. Ockels.
I'lll.'is and l-ommitlce- of the elm 1 . It
in servt- the cmuin y ar Hcih elected as
rollow.j: Deacon fm fiv.- vc.irs, Welllni.--ton
S.ikit; clerk, II. It. Hill; tre.usuier.
1 H. Camiron: .iiidltoi, Mis Plorence 11.
Hill, collector. Ilowaid I'r.inc; advisory
and B. M. Spear: limine. oinmlttec, 13. It.
Bailey. Howard Ciane. J. (' Grant. A. G.
Crime and C J. PerBuson, IjuiIki t ont
mlttec, Pred Spiar, C. B i'urll.. iorje
Hoay. .Mrs. A. G. ('ran.- and llr B. .1.
AlnlteWS: tneuibels ot the i orpolll tlOII uf
t e Home for ixsiilutc I'hililreii. Mrs. 11
' SI mhoie anil Mrs. W. A. Davlmn;
i'iio " rsldj imittee. .1 Ii TouJey, H.
'! Hill, Mis O. PerKiison, Ii C.
' mils. Mi-,. V A. Boil. . C. BaUKh
toi. and Mrs. A. II. Pimoinls. Sunday
school office is weif dieted as lollow:
Suiierintendcnt. A. G. Crane; assistant
superintendent, c. J Peruson; secretaiy
trcasurer. C. '. Ci?rtis: llbr.irlan, Jasper
c. Tnusley. mutic crunmlttee. Miss 13dlth
Brown and Mrs. G. V Jarvis
I'liis'hBNcrs I'lnd lliiritnlim Vnltuble
Selieil li.v CiisloiiiK tlltleliilH.
The nttetlon s.ilf or "tnuKKled Je'etry
Miiy.ed by the Pulled Stales nuthoiltlea
at Binllnjitoii In 't spring from the per
son of Mrs. ,1 B. laslinitch ww held
it Hie eiistom house Prld.u . with
Millie 11 laiite atieiidnnee Tiii. Iilddltic;
i.s sidrlteil and tin muel.- immc sold
. cipull. Tile valuables Mere .ippr.iNid at
VLI and the lotal sum reitbsod It.'' Hie
aiiillon wn.s Via''..'A The ailitlon af
coiiiliuted by Pulled tltatrs Marshal
Ailhur P Cn-pcntd- and Bi IMlH Mar
shal Thomas H'icvi s acted as auctioneer,
either federal officials present wero
Deputy Marshals P. II. Chapman of
B.ulland mid G. p. 1nckn.vo of Mont
peller. The jeMeln W.IM disposed of as foltOWBt
rtlnp of one pearl, one diamond, ton
small mills, three carats, appraised nt
M.K sold to John IHican eif Rutland
for $17,'; pair slnt,'le slono rar drops,
three-nuarter carats eaioh, ajipralsed at
JPi, sold to S. II. Miller of this city
for tllO; bracelet, platinum front, 34
steines. about three and a half carat,
appraised at .Wl, sold to Joseph AKel
nf Burllnpton for ffi"; diamond and ruby
rlnp, illnmond three-eiuartera carat, ruby
0110 carat, IB small stone, appraised nt
M.Vl, sold to S II. Miller for tt;,2; chain
lii.i'ibt. coin center, two ornaments, np
pialsid at ilS, sold to Thomas Gaul of
Burllim'lon for J1.2; turetuois. tin, live
1 stunts, appraised at J'jrt, sold to G P.
laekav,. of Montpellcr for Jl. rim,', bl'lo
enani'l and split pearl, appraised at 6,
sod to (i. P Backav. foi V. nalr dla
, tnond earrings. I. stone, apiiralsed at
;;, "-old to S. II. Miller tor ..': nock
I chain and locket with e.naineled mlnla-
t'trp. both aipra1'l nt sold to Wal
ter Holtham for $21; stone cameo broeioh,
t,lx rote diamonds, stone earner, ap
nrnlsed nt VA sold to Kllas Byman ef
Iturllnirton for hoy bracelet, X small
stones. ap1ra.lsed at jr.O. sold to Walter
Hophatn for ."".'! rlinln brt.celot. dla
mocd threr -eighths rarnt, two tma.ll
i-appliires, appraised at v s del to John
DtiCTin for .tr
Mi- Jaslovltrh. who was on her way
from C.ma'la to New- Yorli, wrus detAln
el at Alburn by Special A rent William
II. Hnrnrv In April of last year and the
I towel rv above mentioned vus taken from
I hi r tn this cltv for non-paMuunt of cus
toms duties She was arrested and save
ball for her appearance. Bater she drop
ped out ot siffht and has not been heaid
from for a lone time. She Is ald now
to be Hvlnc at her home In London.
of Xew Voik The New York senntor'H
ir.tetest In the Biattleboro ease is said
to h.. decidedly foinial. He Is said new
to hnvi. se-eti the papers and has content
oil hlniM-lf with liidftliiK the demoir.it lo
Stnte fotnmltlee'd irote.t nKnlnst Mnjnr
GtBHO.V RKPIIBSBNTS CHIBUS
B. W, Cllbsfili of Bratlleboro Is already
on the enituiil tonkins; after the Interests
of Injor Chllds. lie I.s doscrlbed as hav
Ints been Inlliientlnl in brliuitiltr Postmas-ter-Geueral
Burleson and the department
to look fnvonhly upon the eindldney of
Major Child:. Indeed, Mr. C.llmon W113 In
Wnshlnitlon for remsullatlon about the
matter b'foro the nomination tvas decided
Tho Wrattlchoro case promises to he a
new test as to who Is who tn democratic
politics of the Green Mountain Stato. Tho
Vnrmont senators, Pntto and DIlUtiKhain,
are not likely to take any part tn the
emnrrel. ,s republicans they prefer to
stand far aloof when home democrats
maul ono another.
There Is some doubt whether State
Chairman Kennedy will Ret far with his
protest because of this attitude of the
TI3ST OP ICBN.VnDY'S STRENGTH.
Postmaster-General Burleson ha.s vnry
decided opinions nbnut the Green Moun
tain Stntn democrats and federal patron
age. He has been thioUKh a trying series
of eiuarrels over potmnsters In that Stato,
and has alven much of Mm time trylnK
tei oorniioce local Vermont dltfetencts over
This, however, does not Mini the prt-master-Keiieral
to follow Kennedy's In
dorsement In every instance and miles
there are other strong reasons the Sena:i
will ho slow to r' fuse conflrmotlon to
Major Child, on pie scnr, of ICi'iined'. 's
un t sitt: u'axti;ii.
"I want to stop my baby's cenij-h, ' said
a Sniiiii; mother Tuesday, 'but I won't
Rive him any harmful iltup" Shu
houcht Foley's Homy and Tar Com
pound It loosens the couch quickly.
stliunl."tes the mucus membranes and
he.lp? throw off tiie choklnc secretion,
i.se.s oaln and t1v , the eilM nonnal
rest J - O'P'illitati. Ad
WEDDED AT SYNAGOGUE.
I . II. Selliter of Xp Vnrk Mnel MIhk
' .leHnnellr I'erellilnii slurried.
I Tho most Ixautlful Ilobrew weddlntr
j which haH talicii place In this city for
some timet was sedemnlzed uccnrdlntr to
I tho formal Jewish customs at tho Archi
bald Street SyntiKOsuo n.t six o'clock Hun
1 day evenlnir when Miss Jeannottc Perel
mnn of this city anl Jacob It. Sidlnnr
Uf Xew Vork were unit net In mairlntte.
J Tlm lloor of the synauoKilo. whl h wa
lerervil for relatlven and Immeillato
ftle.nilH, tm wdl as tho t.we bnlconli'H
wero packesl to rnpaeHtv when the; brida.1
Tho bride and ttroeim were preceded
Intei the synaifotrui! by tho four brides
maids, the Misses Mary Franlt, Uuth
Cohen, Sophie Snxe and Rucihael Pmtitt,
and heir maid of honor. Miss Mollle Mil
I ler, on the arm oT tin. croom's best nuin,
,. Michael Ptnnk Thev were followed by
the mombetvt of her Immeellato family and
also relatives: of the irroenn. Tho party
passed down tho aisle to the altar, after
which they passed to the center of tho
synaffoiruo beneath the ca.nopy of Rood
luck, whore the ceremony was performed
by Rabbi II, rvpkin. assistrxl by tho
Rnv. II. W. Saxe. Tho impressive He-
brow ceremony wan carried out, the
breaklnc of tho silver ohIet, after both
bride and ctroom had drunk, sealing tho
weddlnir compact MmJe while the wed
dlni? party entered and left tho church
was furnished by tho Apollo Saxophone
tninrtct. Dr. Morris Wlnlck. Ur Maurice
Cohen, Herman Mechanic and Harry
Le1n acted as ushers
The bride wore an exepilsite sown of
whlti ' ti l 'meusn cut ,n trtilne and trim
med with seed pearls and dili'liii-so lad'.
ir Tin; nm is rTrrTirso mnTri
be surn and ue that old and wol'..
tried remedy. Mrs. Wlnslow'.s Soothlnc
byrup, for children teethlnir. It
eoothes the- child, softens the sums,
eillays all p-iln. cures wind colic and
U th bent remedy for Pla-rhoea.
1 v. . , 1 v u .. ecj.iv a bottl.
DINNER FOR DRUMMERS.
I'lin 1II111; Hen l II,. (;ti,.N (1f
Hotel V.T in l'eliriinr I'.',
M I. Powell and II. P. Collamer have
inltiil all romnn'11 lal men tr.ie!inr n
Vermont to be i:iief.t ,,r tin id til V--mont
at a liamitiet Friday evi-ionK. '" b
ruar.i I:, at : ..'chick in the main din-
inir 1 m ..r the hotel. The inventions
state that tliit i in recoirmtl m eif the
fait tint tb. financial mk-i.m. ,1 tie
hotel I- latyelV line to the lov.ll ;..
tlni-lastl. scppoi t of the romme rri tl
men. Sn.lal Invitations Ian. '...n ft
to the Ml letaiies 1. 1 all P. c. T eoi.n-
'.- ill XeW ICniilili,,. ;in, t! I'.ilrfri'-.
1 tun. Itiitlaud and Si. John-bin v eoutuils
j luie iil-ii r. c. h-e.l Invliiitioii.s. The M.vi-
t.'ltion I" extended to nil the UlllKhtS of
th. crip tirivelliiK in V. tnoi.t, without
I'l'-'inl in in. inn. tMiii' 1. in. P C T.
iMlel'I'd that Gil
I 1 bibles w III '.
Vernii.nl ssmdnl Ion for l.c llllnil 10
lime 11 t onstllutlon.
At the annual meetlnc of the Vermont
Association for the Blind it was voted to
adopt a constitution drawn up by the re
tirlnc president, H. H. Shaw, and to form
a committee for Chittenden county. This
committee will provide for the Instruc
tion of the blind in thl rountv in reading,
writing and handicraft, wh't. the State
organization Ul be i-esponsllile for th"
securing of reaehers .mil 'nsMstlntr in
formlne; eoiintv committee. It will also, at
Km discretion, arnince l'or the instruction
'of blind persons in various parts of tho
Slate, where there Is no ner-l of a county
The following were elected directors for
tho entiulnp: year: President, Prof. A. II.
Glfford; secretary, Mr.-. J. W. Votey, the
; Bov. C. C. "Wilson, the Rev. W. Parkyn
Jackson. Mrs Bdwar.l C. Smith, Mrs. G.
' W. Wales; Chittenden county committee.
tueldent, Mrs. G. V. Wales, sice-president.
Miss Bl.sle Brown; secretary, Ml.-s
Mary nates: treasurer, the Rev. C. c.
Membership fees are now due for the
year I'.O.', and are payable to the treas-
urer. the Rev C. C. Wilson, M Bank
street. BurlltiRton. The annual fee of one
.dollar makes one a member of the Chit
tenden county branch and also of the
j State oiuanlzatlon.
j "For thi land'.- sake uso Bowker's
j Fertilizer). They enrich 'iio earth and
thus who till It Adv
1 On her head she wore a cajtle tap with
'ell caught with a wreath of nraliK'e
hlosse.ni.s. Sho ca.rried a shower bemejuot
of hride. roses and snarcissus. Her maid
I of honor wore n fro'vn of nilo greien pussy
willow taffeta with an ove.rsktrt of pink
I tulle, a.nd carried an arm loueiuct of
jpink carnntlonF. The brtilesmald.s woro
ttowned In plrsl and c.irrtc.l arm bou
eiuetn of pink cai-nations
I Following the ftremony at the synn
1 rjoguo th wcddlnB sucst3 vent to th
Hebrew Free school on North Wlnnoskl
avenu". where the reception, dinner and
dance were enjoyed A cij.irse dintp r
nas ened In the din.nc hall, to which
.more than three hundred 'lb nils sat
down. The Saxophone epiartet 'mulshed
I music for dandnK at the school bulldlnc
until one o'clock Monday mornlnir. Ther.i
I were the old Hebrew folk dances Inter-
spersed with the modern dances, in
I which tile present Kcne-atioii and their
I crrandparents took mutual enjoyment.
The bride Ir. the aecond datiffhter of
Mr and Mrs l.-am Perelman of North
Wlnooski avenue, who were nniontr the
llrst Jewish 1. side nts of this cltv. havlm;
lived In Burllncton for ill vnrs She
j was born 'in IturiltiKton and received In r
I education In the public -chofl-- and hitli
I school. She ha- a host of friends
throughout the city The srroom Is man
ager of Bobbins & Prokesch, a fnn-y
leather Coisls house in New York. They
left Memday noon for a two weeks'
honeymoon in Baltimore-, after which
the.y will he at their home at iv Seaburv
I place. Bronx. New York,
j Anions the quests at the weddliur were
I' the Misses Gusle, Bva and Minnie Ytt
of Montreal. Ada Schwartz of New York.
Mrs. M. I). Perelman. Master Jenkins
and Miss Ne-cheth Perelman of Brooklyn.
Mrs Bo-e SrhlKn of Baltimore, Md., Mr.
and Mrs Abraham of Montreal, Mr. and
Mrs. I I.azdon of N.w York. Mr. and
Jlrs 1 Villi 1 of N.w Vork. Mr and
Mrs. Soiihl and s.ci. DoiiKlas'-. of Mont
IMller, Mr Morrl Winch of Hartford,
Conn.. Br Mrtu. . 1 ohen uf Patterson.
X J . and Ilturv Levin of M.mti.al.
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MINING AJS'D COUNTERMIN
ING FOR FORTIFICATIONS.
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The Wee' FRPi; ! 13SS can be oh.
talntd in combination with other leadlnt
pe.riodlci nt low latei, To prevent un
ncssary iorre.s..ondene we will ptatij
hat after the suhaeiip f)'i has bcnin
lotlco of a rhanite of address, or any.
lilnfr concernini? the receipt of the other
ncrlodlculs, should be sent directly to
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Out cluhblic ''' lie 1 alls all papei.t
sad rnaaazilii'S published. Only ll.ofle
most frteiuently asked for arc juliiUd In
our list, but others may hu had on upplt'
SubscitberB may have morn than on
iaier from thin clubbinc list Always
lend a stamp for rply when anklng
ntiout thl a we do thli work at no prodt
jlo accomwedat our tubaeribara.
'. t. ( t. i;i,nTs imtr.f Toa..
'I1'. ..lin'IRi lle.llMS ui tile flOckllOlll. I!)
"f 1 he 1 'li.'unp' no Transii'i tation ruin
pane .i held n mis cit Thnrsda.v,
when I fn'lim 1 1 1 T ellreCtors Wire oloct-
.d to -m, for Hi. ensiilu- car. 1.. P.
Lor. . w J I William-, nnd Charles A.
Walk.-, ,,f Nov York citj cllftord S.
Sims of Alt-any, N Y.; W. Seward Wohb
of Sbelburnn. Bli.is Lyman, A. G. Whit
temore ;nI n. A. Loomls of Burlitvston:
T. W. Moloney nf Rutland. The meet.
In;r of the illroctors for organization will
he held in New York city In tho near
.V .MJTOMOIIH.i: T,I3.ICO.V.
Shock aii.-orbers Articles calculated to
offset the profanity produced by blow
outs, punctures, sklddlnr;. etc.
Transmission Refers to tho transfer
ririK of money from the. ear owner's pock
et to that of the repair man.
Clutch Should always bo use-el tn the
plural. Befers to a prospect cf settlni;
irtn the clutches of tho aficnt.
Garage Synonym for beehive. I.e., 1
plac(. where the auto owner (rets Btunij
and llstena to h'ine.ved woids of wis
Spark plus, The chaperon when she sits
In the tonneau
Battery Usually couplexl with assault
In ' .ike of tram- accident.
Cut-out Refers to non-owners, since
each feels that h" is cut out to be an
i. 1 titer ceiutrol-Ocinirs whenever a road
hoc occupies the middle of tho hlshwuy
and refuses to allow his fellnw-autokstrj
in tho rear to pass.
BearlnKS Thrso arc hard to keep when
"ii tour, due to rural misinformation bu
reaus, Speikcs Befeif. to spoke'swoman of an
auto party usually a miffraKcttc.
Trnliic cop Tho non-misslnR link be
tween speed violation and sunrise court
Pimctuiepronf Bcfera to tho Karat;.!
Ill u small town on tho outskirts of
Boston, Mans., a patriotic Hebrew had
amassed a small fortune by selling framed
pictures, after that well-known Uovolu.
tlonary painting, the spirit of '7J.
While on a bUBlnesn trip lti Boston ono
day hu met an old friend who nsid Just
heard of the Hebrew's Rood fortuno, nnd
the rollowlnij dialogue took place
'IMloudnrc, Abmm "
"I y have .Inst told in? dot ou have
made lots of monies selllriB pictures."
'Veil, I cues, .kit's riitht."
Say, vat kind of pictures ain yoti e.
"Vy, I don't know, only dot onri foliar
h.i a .Ii 11111, another ono ban xot a drum,
while dn Other fella 1 has a headache,'
W GltTIi:i LBTTHIts.
l-'i ' an. laiini .1 1. ttei.s In th,. II. ir.
I111KI.111 poM-offiic Hi, we. k ending
lanuais '1. hiir.;
W'iMP.N S List.
Mis. Pi.inces i; Baiiuit Mit-s K.len
Hi. II. Mlf.- cinii, Hull. Mr-. Anno
Hawkes Putli.tin. Mi-. Frieda Il.-ise. 1110
Is th St.. Mrs. W A. Hill Mr.- Lane,
Ml-. Boval 1'. .Mo.idle. Mis. G 13. Mills,.
Mrs. M. 13. Mll. hell. Mis. I'iar, Mi Malum,
Mrs W Mcriieti, Miss Blla Marsden.
Ml-s Lliy.i il.n.i. .Miss May Xlorirnu (Jl,
Nellie Mies. S- Demi P1011, Mrs. U
S. Parker Mi- Homer P.nk. 1. Miss
1 .11 lira I'oit.r, Mis. r;r,, ,;,. Pe.-k, Mr y.
S Pi.i!e. Mlsri :, kotei-. Sik,- I;, y-
nol.l. Ml-s G.iltnile Berd. Mn-s I' J.
Ite.i.l. M. N Bobbins. Ml-s Plum
Hcatrcl. Mr.- .1 1 Sclirlel.er. Mis Teon
ard Shaw, ituth Smith, .Mis-. Hattie
Short, Miss Clarlbel Sheldon. Mrs Authea
T. Snow, Mill,. M. Sutherland, Miss Lil
lian Stua.rt, Mrs. Hannah Stottwan, Miss
Tanker, Mrs. Maruaret Thornhill, Mrs.
Uiura K. Thomas, .fiss Bcrta Wheelock,
Mrs. Mlnnl- Vlueier. Mrs 13 S. WINm,
Mr and Mrs IhiKcne Wilder, Hilda
WriKht. Mrs T J. Hnlloran. W. Main
St . Mr. Henry W. Blllott. from J. P. G.
Miss item. Cnle. Mrs. Albert Grant
Doilce Mm Pan Dixon. MId.i Marv J.
I'oster, Mr-. Stanley Warner Hnac. Jlr.s.
T. .1 Hnllorrn. ,C V.' Main St , Mrs.
Mruy I.e.. Miss Inns Kllpatiick. Mls.s
Anna L Stevenson. Irene Trunvbull,
Miss Jennie Thompson, Kthe' Washbui-n.
Marston Hnvlland, Mr. and Mrs. II H.
Hill, S. G Isham. Leon de Kaporte, Jor
dan l-ambert, B. I). Maden, ii. A. Mur
ray, M. B. Montaitue. Bdwai.l Norfort.
John 13 Noonan, Mr and Mrs. C It.
Parkhurst. Mr and Mrs. L C Pair..,
Tho.-. Hyder, N. Saundeis, Hev. F. U.
Bich'irds, MriKloire Boehefort, Be.d Mfrr.
Co, S. A Saunders, G. M. Saffor.1. II.
Shields. Wm P. Smith, Harry I), stone,
13aton B. Snow, 13 C Wnie, Lvman
Rrnvst Bell C), Walter Brown. Pred B.
Carpenter, W. r. Hanpon, U B. NeLson,
tloy Parker, Jas. N. Williamson .V Hons
Mr, Stroud, JoHeph Butler, P. Halajian.
Misa Alna Planranta, J. Moffntt, Bnlllno
Charles Kinney, I3pr. HIbii. C. I). Vnr
della, Mmo. Vovo Mario Boucher, Messrs,
Ciuiwell & O'Rourko, Thomas Burko,
Henry Glrnuard, John Kennedy, (2b
LiUIbI Trama I1 Glrlando,
l oiisln 1.1 i;si Wooi.iii. I.nlel; De
cease. I, Not snil.Urd tu Will.
1 liidlcatlons.it .1 con testis' will appeared
in pioti.ite court Friday when the
.will of Soin.uith.t Noithrup e.f -3tss( x
Jennie up fur probate. Attorney Allen
I Martin ot Kssex Junction appcvired for
j tho proponent, who i. nan M. Johnson,
named as executor e.f the will, and At-
TUirnoy p. I.. Webster of Swanton ni-
pcared for J. ( 1. Slippnn e.f Fnuikhu,
a cou.-in of the deceased who will prne-
lahly make tln .onlest Mr Simpson is
uoi meniioicil In the list of bcneilolarles,
I The will untnins s vml public be
, inots line is P! (,, it,,. Yeniiont
j branch of wom n's board i.r mission-,
.another I- $t'"i to the Vermont Pome
jtlc Misf jonai j soclet Tho sum nt J;i)
,1s left In tr'1-.t tei the Franklin County
I Savings bank as memorial to Sem.inth.i
, Northrup, Julian Northrup and Bunice
Baton, the Inconio to be use! for carrj -;
insr on divine sendee at the Conprrera
Itlonal Church of Fairfield Center, the
. -tint to revert to the missionary socle
'tles mentioned In ease the church fails
to have sender for '.T. consecutive' Pun
days for a -.perilled term These be
'ipiests mad. the terms of the will stato
that seveial other sums are tn be si v. 11
I to relatives, if them Is any property
left. Man- i. Johnson, wife of Pan M.
Johnson, is mentioned as residuary letra
teo. The hearincf on preiKito of the Instru
ment wan held In the usual way and tho
court decided to allow the will, It was
Indicated by the attorney for Mr. Simp
son, b. fore mentioned, that the will would
probably be contested on appeal to coun
tv eicnirt. X.i Indications nf the (rrounds
for oe.nteM wero Riven out.
THE HRATTLEBORO MESS.
Poatofflrr Fifth t Tnken 011 Xew Pent
orta ..The Wastilnicton PIiIiik Mua
The country's hottest .ost-olllce con
test fpr some time seetn.s tn he that over
the Brattleboio plum. The nomination of
Mnjor P. CrillUsj lor the postimvuter
Hhlp t(ids us made bj President Wll
lion to the Senatf, but is In th' Senato
poatofflcei committee. ..iys tin WashtiiK
ton coiTepoudotit of ili Buatui Herald.
TIkto II awaits the appearance of lem
ocrntlo State Chalrnuin Kennedy, who Is
understood to he comlnir on tho heeds of
the pintPtd from Vermont, which was
for is til d through JHiue.s i Moore, con
iervton i-ommiKslnnrr .r Mbanv, and
at his twiiioM lliroiiKii Senator (TGorman
AI'PUICCIATRD IN P1IANCB.
The I.o Rlpollr. buildins, situated on
a wharf beside the Seine river, Paris,
France, was recently roofed with our
Compo-rubber roofing. Samples free.
Etronc Hardware Co., Burllncton, Vt.
UXAMIXATKIXS POHITOXKIt A Y1SAII
The. Pnlted States Civil Sendee Com
mission announces that the annual first
CTado or clerical 1 Minilnatlons horoto
foro held throuKhout the First Civil 8er
vlco District. comprlsitiK Iho Now Kntr
land States, in February of each year,
have been postponed for It'tu and will
probably not occur belorc March, kip;,
and that the sub. clerical or third (Trade
examinations which have also been held
annually In February throughout Mass
achusetts, have been postponed and will
probably not occur before June, 191.;.
In the event of It belnK necessary to
hold cither examination at earlier times,
public announcement will bo made there
of. Applications for tho annual potUofflca
examinations to be held In October IMS,
will not be ready for distribution before
UHjust 1 wis.
run Mm ami woin..
Backachi'V Feel tired ' Not so spry n
vou tiMil to b? Gonitis: old? Many per
sons mistake kidney tumble for advane
Iiir aue Kldn.'vs out of older make you
feel old before M.ur time. Foley Kidney
Pills lone up and invlpiimte the kidneys,
banish nackaehe, ild your blood eif Held
and poisonn Sold b J O'Sulllvan
I ( ai.tnrtim :i I'ortlfleritton I. l renclirs
1 mid Tunnels.
tFiom tl.c Stientlfie Amcilcan)
1 The Germans and Austrlans with their
ill-inch and l?-!nch howitzers and their
lf.'j-inr.h siege moitars, have found a
new and very speedy way of reducing
fortifications alwa s provided that the
troops of the enemy permit them to
brine this heavy aitlllery within raniro
of It- objective.
Not all the nations enlaced In the
world war. however, aie provided with
-urh heaw pieces; and If any ono of
them attempted the r-ductlon of a first
class fortification, tin a would have to
resort to 'he tini-h"norcd method of at
tack l.v open approach trenches and by
tunnels, driven l low the nr. walls eif
tho fortification itself.
In reducing a strongly fortified place
the first step Is to cut off communica
tion with the outside world. A rapidly
movlnd. comparatively small forre. fol
lowed by reinforcements, I.s thrown en
tirely around the position. the forcu
bclni? beyond rnnse of Jte-. artillery, or
say. ahout three mllen from its main
line of defense. This is known as tho
line nf investment. It will bo held In
stronger force at some portions e.f tho
line than others, hut everywhi'te it will
bo sufficient to cut off all exit from or
Innrps to the fortification. The zone of
Investment Is entrenched, communica
tion by tcleirraph and telephone Is es
tablished between the different sections
of the Investing line, and communication
Is also established to headquarter..
When the line of Investment is com
plete, the attack Is pushed fonvard from
one or more positions, the selection of
which is determined by the following
concomitant conditions: It must afford
a good communication with the base; It
rnti'-t (itfer the best topographical condi
tions for emplnclng siege batteries, and
working up to the fortification under
natural coer of the country; It must
offer tho most fnvorable ground for the
construction ot siege tallways; nnd the
selerted lino of appioach must be. favnr
nble for digging operations.
When the direction and location of
the attack have been decided, sites for
the siege batteries are selectol at dis
tances of fiom three thousand to flvo
thousand yards, according to power and
range of the scge howitzer available.
The attack on tho fortress then com
mences, and tho artillery flro Is main
tained until that nf tho defense has been
silenced or at least partially smothered.
Tho attack then attempts, to gain ground
townrd tho fortress; outposts are ad
vanced and jin rffoit Is made to control
the country In front for n sufficient ills,
tance to make It possible to dig tho first
trench parallel to the line of Investment,
If tt bo possible, within about 1,200 yardti
of ths point to be attacked. The nutri
tion chosen for thin trench Is reconnolter
1, mid at night un attack is pushed
fonvard In older to drive the enemy thus
lur tm possible from the position thus
ewlected for this trench, which la known
nn tho first parallel In the dusk or tho
evenltm, a p.-uo. consisting of un en
gineer oftlcer, a uoii-conimlssloiusl of
ficer and a private for each fifty yards
of th pioposod lencth of parallel, movn
forward, and they rnrrv with them trac
ing tapes of while cotton fltt.v yards
In h neth Tn. offli er iaoIo. nlfo
ompm. le. obtain thf proper illrcttlon.
nnd the lln- of the parallel 1 then 1
'Irni'ml'i nr i t .-j I ..... .. .... ......
...... Ue i.ape.
Usually, if the fir- of the defense Is
vigorous, tho outposts "ommenc(. work
on tho first parallel, by digging short
lengths of it, which are afterward ex
tended to a connection with ench othet.
In the Japanese siege operations at
Port Arthur, the parallels w.re nbnut
six feet In depth and 11 feet In width
or of sufficient width to pctrnlt trcnpi
to march therein four abreast.
When the first parallel has be,,, r,,..
plotod and occupied, two or Hirce lines of
s-.igzng Benches or iinpn.ai In s ai. dug In
the. direction of the fnrttess, until a dl
tance of about six hundred ar.ls fiom
the objective has heeen reached, and in r
a second parallel Is constructed and . -copied.
Prom tho second parallel fn.".
advance Is made by approaches,
a position hns been reached wu
ahout half the distance between ti
second parallrl and the fortres-. i;
the third parallel ts constructed at c
distance from the objective of sny about
two hundred and fifty to three hundred
The excavntion of approach trenches,
under fire, I- different from the nrdlnnry
pa lulled trench work, In that ii procee.b
progressively from Its outer .tul, and
the men are fairly well protected from
the fire while digging. The technical
name of these approach, s Is "saps."
The work is done hy specially trained
men known as "jappeis." The h. ad of
the trench toward the enemy Is known as
the "snp head," which Is pushed for
ward by an officer and eight "sappers,"
who work in two reliefs. The sappers
are protected at the cud of the fench
by a pile of half-filled sandbags, main
tained sufficiently high to form a twe.
foot lil Tli naiap' t. Niini'i. r one sappei,"
kneeling, undercuts the mrl the trench
and brln-- .'own th. . arth Th'n num
ber two takes hi- pi.. and shovels the
loose eatth away, wnlch 1 thrown out
on the shin of the approach next the
enemy to afford piot.ction; or. If the
npproaeh Is to h,. covered, the material
is carried to the rear on stretchers (as
In the cas. of the Japane-e approach to
Port Arthur! or by other means, and is
deposited out of sight of the enemy.
As the "snp head" ts advanced, the
sandbags aie pushed forward by rolling
them over bv hand, or bv the use of a
tork, and the underc uttlng and shoveling
are pro. led with until a diagonal
trenrh a hundred fe. t or so In length
has been din.', miv In a lefthand direc
tion. Then the approach is driven in a
similar wav to the rUht. and so on. until
the ic.imr. d distance has been gained.
When tiie thiid parallel, within charg
Itu. rilst.in. c of the fnrttllcatlou. has been
dug and occupied, It may be found that
the ba-e of the fortress Is to., high or
difficult for a direct attack. with scaling
ladders or the other storming e.iulpment
in stl. h a 1 nse. It will he decided t..
make a breach in th. wall of th. for
tress bv blowing it up. This opiiatton is
achlewri by what Is known among mili
tary nun as mlnlnu. which .onsNt- in
driving .1 horizontal tunnel until '
reaches a point below the fortr. so. p;a -ing
at the farther end of It .1 . h.nge of
explosive, and blowing a biea-h through
which the attacking troops can enter.
These tunnels, are known as "galleries,"
and as the work must lie expeditious,
they are made as small as possible, the
eotnmon -! hriua three t.t in width
hy four and one-half feet 111 height.
To prevent caving In they are usually
timbered or lined, the lining being pre
pared b. forehand, and cut n exact sizes,
so that I .an lie put 111 p'ace inpldlv
as tin work ..f exc..;iiini; advances
When the gallerj ha- !.. . 11 . .irrle.l to
the d.sli'e.1 p.. mi i low th. toitrc-s. a
In aw 1 barge of high exploshe I.s placed
at the end of It Pi a pi .'pared chamber,
and even thing is ready fur th" final
Tho storming of the fortr. fs will gen
erally be done at night, and will be pre
ceded by a violent and unceasing bom
bardment from the siege artillery to tht
r.nr, the object of which will he to
work all possible damage witn the explo
sive .-hells, keep down the tire of tho de
fense, and generally shake up its morale.
Meanwhile the picked troops selected
for the first rush will lime pa-se.l, by
way of approaches, to the third parallel,
confronting the fortress; and back of
them In Hie outer parallel and ap
proaches will be the resenvs
When everything Is prepared, the mlnn
is ileton.itetl, and through tho breach
made In the walls or parapets, the storm
ing pat ty makes ts rush from tho third
parallel, being strongly supported by
the troops In the npproa r .
to the .ear.
in view of the great p. rll t
fense eif the approach by inlnli J( a
t.i ,.f rireAn.,A ....
... ... ... .. no.' mi, nn 1.UUI11. HI
V..... 1....., .... I t- . '.. . 1.
.l.r. ... 1. 1... 11.. .... ,
fortification, ami from thin, a tr
cry leatls out to a transver
rom Uh eh n system of sm.. 1 , 'I
allerles Is consti it.' o e Ii a
erraln which to rni.i'.i. . ves if
10 present the mo.-i 'a ira-
nil ,.iwti;.. .11 l.liiliv lit IJI..CI Hi 1 n
thms the 1 oiintt r.oln a 1 s
and form part of its r 1 .1
t nth. i(n of) th. 1 ire .1
w ' . ii 1 h. dir. ef.on of tn
.'.proxlmnti - 1m a 1
len ie sent on mt
-1 1 1 rn I galleries, and P r
slightest und of the working
; in- a. 1 u wnen tne ioc.non '
.e .... . - ut ei u nni np.i. t'xir
working .i". ties ,,t t . 1 'wmv are
.. ,P , I, -'II .11 L" II
Priselit fie el . .-r 1 1 i. rri tet,
"iiint -rinin: g nr. ior' .) bn
re sort' d t.. v b "1 ' . a
111. nts 10 Fran.- aid l.'.pjr
A cil.W'. '.
"There's always a tl., le'
BepresentntUe llnuge f r wa
chance for tt. man wh we t Tilt
And ho t Id thl ston
A ccrtni. -lolltidan was 1- nnn;
lice in a d.s'rlct where be w" hope!
In tin- in in. 1 it
and w-ns sr. 1 wed ' ' w t
But st 1 I . k. : 1 1 r
A frl"iid pr .!. -1. .1
watching 1I1. j... 1 1 .. 1
and was pt rle.-ll
wasting hU n-.i . t
"Ton haven" ,1 . ' u '
"Tile thunder I ' a ( ' "'
The friend was astoundee
"How do you figure vou'
havn a chance?" he iniulred
The politician thought for mom
"Well." he snid nt last "thrre's ai
i. e.iii. e '.. 11 ,ii'u.i.'iit ..v.. .104
ain't there.!" W't -I igtor Star
NT. SAFF.TY IN NPMBBRS
Frost Por. t vo 1 rh . would
good idea, il one M I - il 1 a .
ntion w.i- 11. . .1 .1 . - t s.
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Snow Posslbn r.ui m. re
you'd Itnri Imp. 1 it 1 1,1
1 'lose Htteetl... t 1 t
attt ntion 1 t n 1
t . yf- now ard ome
n . 11 will argot wit1, ar
agent to avoid insurance
It 1 eminds . s of o -
istor oil ela s We of
f.r 011 that win. 1 s
tor vour best intei" ts
msutancc M-.v w e r
The T. S. Peck
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th"re is something wiong about it. The catalogue or cir
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'.'rom its sobriety, but carries with it an impression of re
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