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PASSED Bf SENATE
(Cmitlllliril from limit- line.)
This Is the bill which was referred to
by Governor Fletcher In IiIh valedictory
us nn omiilhns bill of mnny parcs,
A resolution providing for a committee
.o nuiHe a report on how to simplify court
jrocedtiro ami court practice was Intro
Jucwl by Mr. Ware of Townsbend In the
House, to-dny The Governor la to np
nolnt the chief Justice of the supreme
oitrt and two practicing attorneys on this
jommlttee and a report ls to be mado In
lime for nctlon nt this session
'"COME HOME TO
"No, tlinnk . on. f'nn't eat with any i
comfort now." , 1
"What? Haven I you hoard niiout
nyp-pop-lets? Sure thltiK for sour
stomach, distress, heartburn and all
"Do you Rtiarantee them?"
"1 certainly do on my own experi
ence and that of many friends. Al
ways carry a box In my pocket.
"Alt rlKht! I'll come and en.1oy a
Rood meal once more."
Dys-pcp-lets are making fast friend
of nil who try them. Adv.
THIS SHOCK ONE OF
GREATEST ON RECORD
(Continued from nnuc one,)
SKNATK IIII,1,S IIBF15RRED,
S. 2, by Senator Powell of Chittenden,
an act relatliiK to the trims of Justices
of tho supreme court. Itcforred to tho
On motion of Mr. Soltle of Alburc, tho
House adjourned at 10:53 o'clock.
JOINT RESOLUTION HUAD Tlimi)
Tltlltn TIME AND PASSKD.
By Senator Shaw of Chittenden pro
vides pa.vlnR John K. Harris tho sum
therein named for services as reporter
until ofTlclal reporter was appointed, un
der suspension of rules the resolution was
passed on tho part of the Senate.
Upon motion of Senator Noonan of 1
dlson adjournment occurred at 2:07.
Convened at ten. Lieut. -Gov. Darling
presiding, devotional exercises by Cli.ip
OnBRRJ3D TO TH1HD READING
. 1 relntlnfr to qualifications of nters.
favorably reportod. Reading to occur
IIRAD THIRD TIME AND PASSED
.i o.. f 4iiKilee II. S!. liv Mr. Atwood of Lyndon, an act
IV'.III ' "t..v v. j - - -
G i-ol;lln,- In
. rt unnn mntlon of Senator I to amend section 6161 of the public ntat
Conant of Orange the ruliM were suspend- utes, as. amended by section 1 of No. IKS of
c.l, the bltl read third time and passed. the acts of 1S0S, relatlnc to the salary of
ORDERED TO THIRD READING.
(Provides $2.WH1 annually for clerk hire.)
f ommlttee upon joint resolution ichitive T() commltt;,, Hproprlations.
to nay of Homer L. SUeHs Reported fu
vorably, to be. read thin! lime Thursday.
APPO I NTMENTS C! ) N V IIVM12D
If. executive session upon motion of
Senator Cndy of Wiwhlmtt'un the appoint
ments of E. S Hrifcham o! St Albans,
commissioner of api U'ultui e; and Ki-ink
Williams of Newport, bank commis
sioner, by Governor C. ". Gates were
MESSAGE KltOM '.OVERNOR.
Messnee of a communication In writiiiK
t considered in executive session re
ceived and under the rule s will receive ac
JOINT RESOLUTION SIGNED HY
Relatlnc to committee to cam ass the
vote of county and probate Judges.
.So ate adjourned at W:35.
II. (V). by Mr McClary of Windsor, nn
act to amend section 745 of the public
f.tatute, as amended by nectlon S of No.
35 of the net of 1810. relating to tho taxa
tion of deposits in savings hanks and trust
posits and ..cumulation.) To committee J RL" VSA -d 'l
II. (11, by Mr. llnpcood of Peru, an act
to amend .-eetlon 177 of the public stat
utes, as amended by No. 9 of the acts of
1PI2, relatu ',r to the marking of nauot.
(Eliminate tbe cross at the top of tho
ballot) To (ommlttee on elections.
Ry Mr Proctor of Proctor that tlms-t
otllces In the State House occupied bv tbe
lleutctiant-Rovenior. speaker of the House
of Representatives, secretary of civil and
military nffalrs, and commissioner of
taxes shall at the oxpense of the State ,
bo provided bv the scrBennt-nt-aims with
Avezzano, the town from which tho '
BToatcst number of casualties due to tho
earthquake have been repotted, lies In tbe
Provlneo of Awtlln, In The Abrnzzl do
partment, nbotit (1.1 miles east of Homo
and a short dlslnnco from the bai of
Mount Vellno. It Is nn ancient town
nnd had a population of some lO.ofrO.
Ono of tho well preserved bulldltiBS thorn
was tho towered castle built by Ocntllo
Vlrslnlo Orslno In llfK).
Most of the towns In whloh danumo
has been done am situated virtually In
the heart of Italy, In a line running
northeast and southeast from Rome
eastward toward the Adriatic sea. The
I country In the Province of Rome nnd
I the department of Tho Ahruzzl is mostly
mountainous, but thickly populated.
Numerous villages and towns dot tho
territory. Montis Rotnndo has a popu
lation of about r,000. It was hero In
lc67 that Oabribaldl defeated tho Papal
forces. At Tr'ivolt, where one person Is
fald to have been killed, there Is n
population of some U.W It lies IS miles
northeast of Rome nnd retains many of
the antiquities of tho old Roman days,
anions them the Temple of T'bertun and
the Villa D'Este, celebrated for tho
beauty of Its architecture. Poll Is a vll
laco of sotno 4.0KI Inhabitants.
ITALY VICTIM OK QUAKES
'.asrarol, Pallano, Veroll, Pereto, Potr
frlo, Natlvo and the other places Whore
damage or fatalities h'v reported are all
Italy In past years had numerous
visitations from earthquakea In which
thousands of persons have pei'sbid and
million of dollars worth of property
damage has resulted.
It fell to tbe lot of Italy to suffer
what probably was the greatest disas
ter from an earthquake Mint the world
ever saw. This was In December, 190,
mad,, homeless. In ihl- ilNtnrbanc"
Mi'sMim. Santa Teresa. S'titleln and
Fnro In Sicily and Retrain. San Giovanni,
San Ufenila. Galileo, P.ilinl. I'ellnm and
Cannltello In Calnbil.i win- dest roved.
The financial loss was never occur
ately computed but It ran Into many
millions of dollars.
r.o.no" KILLED IN 17"..
Up to the time of this ontnMropho
the i-aithquake In Lisbon, Portucal,
In I"."., enused the greatest number
Then 00,0011 poisons
Nineteen hundred and six wan the
worst period for seismic disturbances
on record. The destruction of Ran
I'rnnclsco and Valparaiso and tho raz
ing of elKhtoen villages In Calaborla
occurred In tho sprint? "t"1 sti trint of
moo. The following January Leila- j
dor, province of Ksmcraldas, heaved
and a Brunt tidal wave followed,
drowning many persons and devns
tntlnrr the city of Esmoraldas. Co
lombia also suffered to the extent of
about Hon persons killed In this ills,
A month and a half later on the Island
of Formosa tho village of Kaprl and three
other towns wero destioved with tho loss
of thousands of llvis and material dam- i
n;rc estimated nt f,K,tl A month later
Kagl again was visited with additional
loss of life nnd much property dam
THE KAN FRANCISCO D1SASTEU.
Then followed San Francisco with Its
loss of W) dead nnd 2r,o,m homeless and
a loss of S.IOn.fifii.o m A few months lii'er
Valparaiso ivus destroyed by eatXh
shoi ks a ed a contiaeratlon Two thou
sand Inhabitants vere billed nnd a
motieta'-y loss of Jlfi.i'"1.'""! resulted.
M'lthln four dava from tlm Mrst earth
shock the reaion for lumdredn of miles
irounil Valparaiso was visited by ?,2
quake, In which the towns of t.oi
Andes and Mellppllln, with an aggregate
population of 13,0411, wife destroyed with
their Inhabitants. Snntlngo. Chile, lost
"i persons killed and suffered tt.IVO.Oifl
dnniagi , while the towns of Vina Del
Mar, Qnlrllnie. Llnaohe and Qulllota
with a total of 20.O"0 Inhabitants were
Later In this venr there were dlsuirli
ances In Porto Rico. German New
Guinea ami again In Chile r
In 1117 canm the disaster to Kingston,
.lamnica. In which nv. r l.'tn lives were
lost and L:i.(i'i.Mi"l damage was done. C'nr
tago. Creta Rica, lost 1 ..Vki lives In 13lo
from an eartli'iuake and In Turkey in 1H12,
piT-nns perished ami foitv thou'iind
were mad, homeless In a similar disaster.
Last ear Sakura. Japan, was visited
by an earthqiuke and the eruption of a
volcano which caud much property
damage Lot did not result In n large loss
of life. Last May In Sicily 2 persons
wero Mile, and 1.W0 lnjmed.
Florida oranges, doz
Pulled Figs, lb
Haled Btrtiw, ewt
Rrown middlings, cwt
Provender, No. I, cwt
Provender, No. 2, cwt
Cracked corn, cwt
Hay, baled, cwt
Bread Hour, hbl
Puatry Hour, bbl
New York, Jan. 1.1.
REEVES Receipts 1.00(1. Ilaroly steady.
Steers hull- i"riC.,; cows
CALVES Receipts l,.",i. steady. VcAls
SSHl-'.Wl culls iL.TITiS; Ted calves 551J7.3J,
barnyard calves Vli5.7r: yearlings JW
SHEEP AND LAMRS-Rc-celpts 4,110.
Sheep steady; lambs slow. Sheep H.V)'t
6.75; culls J2.r.ifi:!,2."; lninbs I7.2.VT!); culN
HOGS Receiptfl 5.5::0. Firm, at M.'S'U
GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
New York. Jan. 1.1.
11UCKWHEAT FLOUR Quiet
HUC'KU'l I EAT Firm Japanese $1.!M
I.!)5; mixed $I.!HVT l.K; sliver hull Sl.fjl.W
WHEAT SpM. strong. No. 2 red $1.iTi
and No. bard $1.(', all mil c. I. f.
track export: No. 1 northern Duluth
tl.41' and No. 1 northern Manitoba
J1.4S'4 c. 1. f. Ruffalo. Futures strong.
May Jt.lS; July $1.3'jr.;.
CORN Spot easy. No. 2 yellow TSic
o. I. f. to arrive; Argentine pi line 77c
OATS-Spol Hi in. Standanl 57V-C, Nn.
3 white r.Sc; fanev clipped white 59T(l0iJe.
LARD Enw. Mlddl,. West tl.r,'i10 r,n.
SUGAR Steady and unchanged . Con
tHfugal (."114. 41c: molasses 3.;7i" ille.
POTATOES AND CAIIIIAGES-Steady
F. D. ABERNETHY
NOW IN PROGRESS,
SECOND WEEK OF OUR GREAT
Devotlonnl exercises were conducted by
llv Mr Ware of Townshend. The Gov
ernor authorized to appoint a commis
sion consisting of the chief justice of the
supreme co.irt and two praetblng attor
neys to examine the public statutes and
amendments thereto and to report to him
such amendments as in their judgment
may be nocesary to simplify and Improve
court procedure anil court pnicucis; iu .v
time within which said commission shall
make a report to him that will enable tbe
present session of the Legislature to take
such action on said report as It deems ad
ilsaMi Necessary expenses are author
ized HILLS INTRODUCED.
II f... by Mr. Parris of Dauby, an act
to amend H-ctlon .1,97s and to repial sec-
a telephone for each ottlce. Kclcrrori lo . 71 f 1T 771 Pf A Ti 71 T "l 771
tho committee on State and couit ex- II I I A t Pj VI ) V i'J L M fl I VI JF
On motion of Mr. Russell of Kirb the
House adjourned at 2:'.fi o'clock.
. E.I.5HIUE, PHESIDEN T
Vermont Siielrl.v Culoiilnl Diiiiich IIIocIm
Ullleers 1J. V. II. I Mrel
The olf leers are- President, Mrs.
George 11 Smile. Moutpelier; i le. -presidents,
Mrs. I". Curtis Smith. St.
Albans. Mis. George Allen, Fair Haven,
Hon ;),97!i of the public statutes, relating Mrs. Fred iilnnohanl, Jlontpeiier. .mis.
to removal of srross and weeiU from I E. S. Caverl, Rutland; treasurer. Miss
highways. (Road commissioner snail tie- j m, m. Tuttle, Poultney: historian. .Mrs
CORPSE; NUNS THINK
BODY COMING TO LIFE
Naples via Home. Jan. Ill A violent
eaithquake shock occurred here to-day
and caused a panic.
It Is reported that many houses tell
in Caserta. northeast of Naples. All
Montpellnr. Jan. IS. Vermont Soci
ety of Colonial Dames held its 17th
annual meeting it the Kellogg-IIub- (j,e gillK, the observatory on M'.unt
bard Mbrary this afternoon, the ses- I Vesuvius was bmken.
slon being occupied with the reports! j the Church of the Dhim Providence
of officers and the election of officers. . sUturs; were praying around tin bier of
a dead nun when the Ui'bt tremor of the
earthquake caused one of her aims to
move. The sisters at first cried out that
a mlr.iclo of tesusellatlon had taken
place, but simultaneously the candle
sticks and i'iiii Itlxes In the chape! be
gan falling. Then they realized what
wnw happening and rushed terror stricken
to tbe street.
Grent crowd, of the populace also lied
into the thoroughfare!! when the earth
quake r.une. They foimed Into proccs
, loo-, r, citing the Litany of the Saints
Mai.v of Hi,, people In their excitement
declared that the lerthquake was a
punishment for the sins of men who are
lighting ap-iir.t their brothers In the
SPOT COTTON AND FUTURES.
New York, Jan. 13.
Spot cotton oulet. Middling uplands
js.ic; sale 3ei) bales-.
Futures dosed: Jan $7.!0: Maieh ?.17;
May $01: July .t.S.51: Oct. .t-.::.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET
Chicago, Jan. IX
WHEAT- Mnv ?l.l,; July J1.25".
CORN-May 74-ic; July 7sV,u.
OATS -May 55ij,e: July
PORK May J1S.W.
LARD May tlO.vo.
It I US May $10 15.
ROSTON MUTTER MARKET.
(Funilsilud by the As-oelattd Pres-x)
Moston. Jan. 13.
MUTTER Quiet. Northern S43-Hfcc;
CHEESE-Qulet. New Vnrk twins,
choice, !0Ufl7o; good 151lOc
f?OSTON PRODUCE MARKET.
fore July 20 cause all grass and weens
to be removed from highways. State
roads to be under direction of the Stato
highway commissioner.) To commltteo
on hlghwnys and bridge.
H 53. bv Mr. Hollister of Bennington,
nn act to amend section 5,130 of the
public htatules. as amended by f,eeXlon -of
No. 12S of the acts of 1W, and by
Kcctlon 1 of No. 197 of tho acts of 1912,
relating to the condition of liquor li
censes, (In town voting for license the
commissioner .'hall Inspect each placo
operating under tlrst-class at least once.
In two weeks, one Inspection a month
to he modn Saturday evening, nnd on
E. M. Pombcr, Wulls; recording secre
tary, Mrs. Mnson S. Stone. Moutpelier.
Mrs, Mainio Patterson of Fair Haven
and Mrs. Jennie M. Valentine of Ren
nlngton were the two new membeis
elected to the board of management.
Mrs. Jennie A. Valentine of Penning
ton presided, and several State offi
cers made address, s An Increase in
the membetshlp was .ported by the
secretar . This eining a reception
was given at the home of Mrs. II. M.
Cutler, to which visiting member of
the D A R. and Daughters of 1812
weie invited. The Daughters of Am
erican Revolution will hold their an-
fvonlngs before legal holidays.) to com- nlmj meeting to-morrow and the
mlttee. on temperance. i Daughters of 1"12 on Friday.
H nl, by Mr. Foster of Calais, an act I
relating to the oayment of expenses for JJJvJQIJp; 'p JQR
xtlngnlPhlng tires communicated bv , rpPVPV rn 1,'MPI nTU
FParks from locomotives of any railroad I IjACj ' l,U. Lulll l-,Clt!
or.ipany. or by any net of Its employes j
o- agents (MaUns rallroadr i-ojpom-lbbi , Moutpelier. Jnn. 13. Employes of the
for fires set in lnnds outild- surveyed I Harre A Montpcller Traction company
rellrond bounrtn-'- ) To committee, on J and Consolidated Lighting company
c-insen'ntlon. branches of tho Tenney Co. gathered in
H 55. by Mr. Proetoi of Ihoclrr. anlEnglfs' hall this evening for their second
act to amend sctlon fi of No ",2 or Him ' annua! banquet, tendered by tho Tennoy
nets of ISftx as amended bv scrtlor '.' ' company. Oihceis of tin, company were
present and Howard T Sana ot isoston,
vice-president, ami II. D I-nrabee, man
ager for this cltv, and others spoke brief
ly. The banqm.t was followed by an en
tertainment consisting of motion pictures
and vaudeville and 'he e. nlng wound up
DR. O. N. EASTMAN
WINS POULTRY PRIZES
t-.f No 70 of the itcts of 1910 and bv "nc
tlon 1 of No- ST of the acts of 1912. re
latins lo iree public llbrarv commission.
(Ex )nses for rent, llgnt, ii.-M and .lani
)! services to oe tiatd n Si i;e, In ad
dition to the appropriation. 1 To commtt
t e on ilbrary and appropriations.
H 50, by Mr. Miller of Iiothel, an act
to amend s'-Hlon 1.323 of the public stat
ues r. lattng t. the term of office of
jmrtiecs 'if the supreme court. iTho tern ,
of office of the justices shall, except i , p s( y , if Jan v,hnel.s ,.
.. of an election or appointment to fill fl y I;i ()p j. . imuIm. Hhow lnclmll,;
n va aney or unexpired term. Oliver N Eastman of Rurllngton,
the first day of the second December , v, ))rf.. u (, hm 1(1(?horn ,nlUctjf
nftc- their el. Hon, and continue for t ,., fr,.. n ,)lff ,eKhorn rock
two f.ars.) To Ihe committee on Judl- crrlt,
TI j7, by Mr. Miller or lietpei, an act
to nmond soctlnn 1,312 of the public stat
utes, relating to the term of offlco of
the superior Judges. (The term ot office,
(hall, except In case ot an election or
appointment to fill a vacancy .if unex
p'red term, begin on the first day of tho
second December after their election, and
continue for two years.1 To commltteo
H. S. by Mr. McClary of Windsor, an
art to nmond section 3,110 or the publlo
statutes, relating to qualllicntlons of
voters In town mooting-.. (Citizens 21
years old, whoso taxes are not delinquent
jeyond tho period of 00 days arter tnoy
oecomc due, or who Is exempt for any
cnue shall while residing In suoh town,
bo a voter In town meetings.) To com
mittee on elections.
THIRD READING ORDERED.
H. S, by Mr. Stacey of Harttoid, an
art amending nn act relating to loitering
nt railway stations. Favora-bly report
nl with proposals of amendment, Insert
ing wordH sheriff and police In certain
lines, After explanation bv Mr. Stono
of Vergcnnes tho amendments wero
ngreod to and the bill ordered to a third
H- 23, by Mr. Stacey of Hartford, an
ict nmendlne an act relating to tra-mpe.
Favorably reported with proposal of
amendment making definition of th
term tramp morn explicit. Proposals of
umondmont explained by Mr. Ornham of
Jtocklnffhnni wero agr-d to and tho bill
(was ordered lo a. third rending
E.i'i-r prices for livestock were noted
the P.righton abattoir Tuesday morn
ing In spit" of a llttlo lceonor demand
from huyerH. Hogs dropped '.f; cent,
owing to heavy receipts from tho West.
Other stock sagged off a llttlo, though
actual changes wero not Important.
Arrivals of livestock nt tho abattoir
wero moderate, Including 7 earn from
tho Huston Mnlno railroad and 8 cam
from the Rohton & Albany. Daring tho
week the arrivals included 3 cars from
tho Huston Albany, 4 cars from tho
Roston fc Maine, 17 cars livestock from
Now York Stato nnd 10 cars cattle nnd
17 virs hogs from the West.
Ruslnoss at tho abattoir Is still being
carried on under dlfflcultlefl with the
temporary receiving yards rigidly quar
For choice heavy cattle S cents was
about tho lop prlco for anything offered,
tho range being 71fe to b cents, with no
fancy cattle noted In arrivals. Good
cattle sold at 6 to 7,i conts and light
cat'Jo at 6 to ( conts.
Rest beef cows brought 64 cents occa
alonally for a cholcs an I oral, but tops
could not bo quoted at over fi'a to 0
cent. Good ooii-s brought 5 to 5',4 cents,
ordinary cows I to 4 conts and eanners
3U to 31 cents.
Fancy hulls sold as high as r.1.3 cents,
tho range for choice being (l to H conts,
with ordinary bulls nt fi to BVj rents and
bolognnx at 4 to 4V4 cents.
Calv.s wore practically urn hanced,
fancy selling up to in'... cent r.cst lots
brought !i to lo cents, mixed lots 7 to S
cents, gru-sei.s ." to cents and small
calves t2 to J2.rJ each.
Hog pi Ices declined sharph owing to
heavy ariivals at the local packing
houses from western shipping points.
Rest lots brought i.S', to 7 cents, rough
lots r.i, to I'M. ceiPs and boars 3'-j to 1
Sheep and lambs continue In light
supply at the abattoir, but pi-ices aro
easy, as values aio lower Wot. Lambs
aro quotable at to S cents' and sheep
at 4 to i! cents.
Considerable tall! is heard of an early
reopening of the P.righton stockyards,
though nothing official has yet been an
nounced. It U understood that tin- rail
roads are negotiating for large ship
ments of horses, which will be made
through this port, provided the proper
facilities can be ohtaiiied for feeding and
watering here. The reopening of tho
Ftoekvards would at once clear awav all
difficulties. The Roston fr Albanv rail
road is said to be negotiating for a ship
ment of Hiuio horse for England and
France, of which Ifi.eoo are to come for
ward al an enrlv date A large ship
ment is alo to be made over the Ros
ton fr Maine, via the Watortown yards,
provided thev can be opened In time
Shipping conditions are apparently
about norrhal. as the local packing
houses are having a good run of hogs
from the West. Roston packers report
the total kill for tho week as 34.IW hog.
against .V.,onn for the preceding week and
31.&01 for the same week Inst venr Since
January 1, lfilf,. the total klM bv tho
Roston 'lackers has hen 70..W) hogs,
against 31Vin for the snme period a year
Exports of port product,'! are holding
up well, the volume being In largo menR
ure dependent on vessel rorm available.
Exporl for tho week reported by Roston
packers were valued at Tlio.orn, nn.ilnst
$130,0(0 for the preceding week and
(10 for the same week last yrar. Total
exports reported hv the Roston packers
r'ncc January 1, 101.', have been valued
at J2r,nenn, agalnsl K3.-..W) for the samo
period In lid 4
Dremed hogs have declined shnrplv In
price, being now quoted by the Roston
packer- nt fc'l to 0 cents, against fl'i to
f'.S cents a week ago.
New hay, pi r ton, loose.
Vf'v potatoes, per bushel
rcamery . .
N'ew cabbages, lb.
rookslde Farm cheese, lb..
Cream cheese, each
Edam cheese, each
Swl.is cheese, lb
Roquefort cheese, lb
Flour, bread, per bbl
LfttiKe, Boston ball head..
Lettuce, home grown, head... ."5
Mnple Micnr. lb cakes .20
Pecan ments, lb .60
Flour, pastrv, bbl .PeW-M
Granulated sugar, lb .OflU
New ma,ile syrup, gal 11.60
English walnut meats, lb .70
Olcomnrgarlne. lb .A
Olive nil, gallon IS.B0
Spanish onions, lb .07
Parsle.v '.i-ieh .05W.10
Cnrrot, lb .0.1
Vntlve (-ilons. peck 23
" ' !'".! beets, lb 03
Potatoes, pock 15
Sweet potatoes, lb H
THE BURLINGTON MARKETS
The market changes this week aie nei
ther mnny nor Important.
The wholesale! price of eggs is given as
The wholesale price of butter is quoted
as 37 cents at Harbcr's, Donahue of Eh
sex quotes it ,-t 35 1-2 cents.
Porterhouse steak Is now 33 cents a
pound and sliloln steak 30 cents.
In fniltn, pears are 40 to 00 cents a
dozen. Imperial grnpes aro 20 conts a
Hrend and pastry Hour hat Bono up 25
The. following prices were quoted for
Ihe Freo Press by the Rurllngton Frull
company C. A. Barber, gtocor, R. H.
Howard, meat lonler, A. D. Pease Feed
Fowls . .
RETAIL M HATH.
Reef, roast, lb
Hams, siloed, lb
Vll, 1. it m
Polk chops, lb
P01 lerhoiise .-leak, lb
Round stink, lb
3Ht po,k. lb
Sirloin steak, lb
Spring lam, hind quarter......
Spring lamb, forward quarter.
Spring limb, chops
Veal steak, lb
Italian chestnuts, 2 lb
Imperial grapes, lb
Spanish Malaga grapes, lb....
Dromedary dates, package....
Natlvo apples, peck
Roston, Jan. 13.
FLOUR .Mill shipment, spring patents,
$7717.50; spilng clears. In sacks, i).5u'i'',Ji:
special snort patents, i.Vi. ri; winter
patents. !c.7Wi7. winter straights, 50 25
t;."n; winter clear.-. .07(0.50, Kansas
patents. In sacks. W. ,711(7.
CORNMEAL AND OATMEAI Corn
inenl, granulated, ?4.10; bolted. SI.OS; bag
meal, Tl.51fll.33; cracked corn 315371.55:
oatmeal, rolli-d, J5.10, cut and ground,
'!,70; rye Hour, in .-aeks, Vi.v'"fl0.23-,
graham Hour, 13 fiOTj 0.73.
CuRN Spot, car lots. No. 2 yellow,
,We: Xo. yellow. Iiu'c: foi shipment.
No 2 yellow, SofiM'jc; No 3 yellow.
OATS Spot, car lot". No. 1 1 lipped
while. 61c; No. 2 clipped white. Coe;
No. 3 clipped white, 5fi';c; for shipment
fancy, 10 lbs.. 00i15lc; fancy, 3' lbs.,
rHieoKc; regular, 3S lbs., RkTt55f;c; regit
lar, W lb?.. ,Wt jflfipe.
HAT AND STRAW Hay. choice,
S.23 6fir?24; Sn. 1 grade, J227T23; No. 2 grade,
$20f! 21; No. 3 grade, $lVf!l7.50; stock
hay, SI 5 7j pi. ,7); ryo straw. 51M17.50; oat
MILL FEED Mill shipment, spring
bran. $2S.237(2.73; winter bran, iJS.5O7i20;
middlings. $2s7i.it; mixed feed. RIM 32 50
rel dog, .rVi.73; cottonseed imal, $2S.7yir
L-i.fiO; llneed meal. t3Sii40. gluten feed
t3.'.3i): hominy feed, S31J.5; stock feed.
$.:0.W, oat hulls. $1S; airalfa, choice,
PORK PRODUCTS I Ituivy backs nnd
short outs, $27.50; medium, $247f20.73: I
long out, $24.50; jaw leaf lard, mic;
rendered leaf. 13,ic, pure lard, 12V,c;
country dressed hogs, V;7I!e
FRESH MEATS Reef, extra sides,
nHi12VjC; heavy hlniLs, 137j14i; heavy
fore", Kvfjllc; spring lambs, 137(14c; fall
and winter, 1KC12C yearlings, 107711c;
mutton, 7)10c; veals. injir.c.
DRESSED POULTRY North. 111 fowl,
large. 1'7l!)c- medium, 1l7lCc: uestein
fowl, large, niPe; niedluni. 137714c; na
tive broilers, 237725c , western broilers,
lS7i20cj northern -ousting chicken5, large,
IWiHOc; mixed; l.'Trl'c; western roasters,
large, H'ti'l'c; medium. H7i15c; turkeys, 1
western dry packed, lifCOc; native frozen
green ducks, VTfJI'e: native green geese,
istcjic- native squnb, i'i1U) doz: native
pigeons, $1.75lf,J doz
LIVE POULTRY-Foivl, 16rnc; chick
ens. 147f15n; rooster, 11fi12e.
ICGGS Choice hennerv and nearby,
I1lr42c: enstem extrn.s, Kilfioe; western
extras, 3!7fOe; western prime firsts,
3S'ii50c. western lirsts, 37'73k,; storago ex
tras, Liifl'-Te; storage lirsts, 257(21e.
REANS Car lots, pea beans ?5.15tJ3.20;
No. 2, $2,ST3; medium, $3.25; red kidney,
old. $2.rA7T3; now, $1. 50773 (in ; yellow eye,
$3 50573.60; California small while, $3.25:
Scotch green peas, $2.75; Canadian peas.
$2.70; lima beans, Oo; Jobbing prices,
lo515o bu. abovo car lota.
APPLES Mcintosh Reds, $3114 bbl.;
Baldwins, fancy, $2.7Bff3; No. 1, $293.50;
No. 2. $l.!W1.75; Greenings, ll.75W2.26;
Kings, I2.50773.fi0; Hubbaidtons. $1.50if2;
Northern Spys, $l.5OST2.50; sweet apples,
$1,751(2.60; bushel boxes, ZWjtte; fancy,
75cf($l; western box apples, $101.75.
POTATOES Aroostook Green Moun
tain, $1,057(1.15 per 2-bu. bg.; sweet pota
toes, $1 J5'k 1.35 btkt
l-'RUIT-Orangoi, Floilda, $lvi2 bx.;
California, navels, $1.25f2.50, grapofrull,
75c($2; tangerines, $1.50(j2,5fi strap; cran
berries, $KiTb25 crt., $1.50770.50 bbl.
REFINED SUGAR The American
quotes granulated and fine as a basis
nt 4.95c for 100-barrel lots and 5.10c for
20 barrels. Wholesale grocers quote B.23o
for less than 20 barrels.
The Fabric event on whose prestige this sale tnkes pre
cedence Silks, underpriced, varied in weave and color including
COLORED SATIN MESSALINES.
rr I ... r. .- i' 1 11 it . 1
and evening shades, thirty-five inches wide. Value $1.00,
sale price 79 cents per yard.
40 INCH CREPE DE CHENE, variety of colors, also black and
wriitp. srjpinml nrico .... SI. 1
-tirMcv DDATurDC TTri li Ann ot rr ..1 i
vl lL-,i 1-, 1 uiu 1 1 iiiu 1 uuL,rtiL Jiiuwururuui 1 ouiiiiua 1
new attractive patterns, width 23 inches, special price 68 cents.
VERY SPECIAL VALUES.
36 inch Black Satin Messaline reduced from $1.00, $1.15 and
aitc. Tear ins .
DEPENDABLE DRESS WOOLENS.
75 CENTS, 95 CENTS, $1.00, $1.50.
fill .1 I .1
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1 1 11 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 r .
r m iiinini nnMiiiii. tin 111 wiiilii iiru nii'ii imitit' ifiiims. nrrrirci 1
every particular. There are Wool Taffetas, French Serges,
r- vt 1- 1 r wit r 1 o 1 i 1
and Novelty Woolens representing the fashions of the season,
sf 1 1 1 r 1 if rruiiiiiriv il .n i . j iij vi; . j i . iiijw ui n 1 mimi r 1 He'll
THE ASSORTMENT AT $1.50 INCLUDES
n r.implc l-lnir Ottninan :rA Rrrlfnrrl Corel. Plair1
Stripes and Diagonal Weaves.
Beautiful soft materials that accord with present fashions,
soeciallv nriced from $2.50 to S3. 50
IMPORTED VELVETEEN SUITING.
TL:. A c : L t r rr .! .1 1
1 nis u intu suiiinK is nicn in tavor. even wun tne wia
ranee of colors and black for selection, earlv btivino- is advisaKlp
regular price $3.50, special price $2.50.
Dress Trimmings Reduced
An opportunity to procure the very best from a varied as
1 t 1 L ; i 1 1 .111
Ul L11I1.1IL l . Lll IlllllllKa. II1U, V ULJ I I L' lllllllll iniLUll. Wllilll II Will II
difficult to duplicate at any price.
1 :l., 1 Jl. Ul 1 20 l
PRINTED CHIFFON, 40 inches wide, in blue, pink and lavende
designs, usually selling tor $2.23 priced at $1
-aimc-m tr 1 Atrc j: -t m t
ORGANDY VESTS, values from $1.75 to $2.50.
special price $1.50
WI- 1 .1 1 I . 1 1 I 1 l- e .
iv iiiiti itcini; 1 1 1 1 . 111 in 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( : iij 1 1 : 1 1 1 . w iiuuaciiuiu .-.niiiiiit-. iii i . r-1 1 .1 1
TABLE LINENS, SHEETS. TOWELS. ETC.
.1 1 J .-.:!.. 1 1 1 1 Tl. : 1 : l
! L!i!i- r t ! 1 ; . ..v.. . t
at 101 rcMTc x:nu aii 1 : u..i. t 1. n ...l...
with red border, hemmed ready to use, value 1 7 cents.
AT- 1 r TMTO T7 A -IJ All I : Ul l lJ l T l
19x39 inches, red borders, value 25 cents.
& T- tfo ? a r k 7P V ( Dl I 1 Li 111 1 r 1
size 19x34 inches, very soft and exceedingly absorbent, has ex
ceptional wearing qualities.
Al dV t C.1N 1 0 tAtH Urass Beached HemstitrhnH Hue
Towels, extra size 24x40 inches, value 50 cents.
twfici, j t s -1 y ' . iiv.iua voiuu iv 1 . 1 j . sucLitii ui ilc riJ 1:1:11
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.J J f11 .1 I !..!. . 1 1 f
i ilic ciiit.1 liitTfinii 1 1 iii' 1 iiiiv iiirr-r- viirns 111 irnuiu. 1 t'liiiurii 1 1 it
rnrMr'V 717 1 ri ir sri ti.i rr tt rye 1
a t! a r v t 1 .
- nniinprinn n r t- r r i rci mrmriimi t 1 1 . 1 1 1 i cim ;i nil rnn r:inoir
1 1 1 I 1 II f I I '.I a' a 1 ? t 1
ana siik aamasKs, nil imisnea wun arusuc eagea in perrect coio
hnrmnnvr tiun nnH f r rp.nt in rt prn vnrns nntr vnlniQ frrm Si Q
AN ASSORTMENT OF TABLE COVERS.
(k nna TiKIa ntlOVC in '. t I J t r 61 f XT f f M1tni-nc
1 f I 1 a l a 1 1 C rr
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THE NEW HOME JOURNAL FASHION BOOK
is on sa!e at the Pattern Department, 25 cents per copy, 33
cents by mail, including 13 cent pattern coupon.
llrnu'M llhciiinnllc I'llln for llhoil-
ni.itlKin nnil NcnralKla llntlrcly vcrh.
lablo Safe '."S,euiv,U
CHAMBER OF COMiMERCE
QUOTATIONS ON BUTTER
Boston, Jan. 13.
To-ilay's Chamber o( Commerce buttor
(luotaUonf, tho prlco of commlfBlon iner
chantH to dealers, follow:
nt'TTEFt Creamery extras S3c; cream
ery llrpts 'S'qtWfii irvamen' bocowIhj
CTffc, cronmcry thirds SWa2&c dalo'
UrsUi J.c. d'tlry hccoiu1 i'lWJfic storaso
crintnory cxtriiH V'u PHe Ktornffc crcnin-
A IN u l,UUII KILL
ivuiujcn. , an. 1 4. 4 .ns n m
thotipanrl person? have been killed
&nn InliicAj k. al.
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Krnnh romnnin MnirH nun tvtia nk
iRtrovoil. in tho provinot' of ipl;x