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THE ttAHKti DAltA' 'tTMKS, HAMlfc, VT., mVIUY, JAXtJAUV 20, 1015.
FISHER IS ACCUSED Charges Against Him Osage Oil Lands Case in HEARING ON MATTER BEFORE COMMITTEE Hood's Pills Cure Constipation Biliousness Liver Ills PEPPERELL BANK LOOTING SOLVED THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE Many of the Senators Are Getting Away for Elections Claim Made That Secretary of Interior Has Aided Standard Oil Washington, Jan. 20. The light be twecn thn interior department, the Un do Sam Oil company and members of the tribunal council of the Usage in diiins. who were deposed recently by Sec rctarv Fisher, and whose action have been referred to the department of jus. tico for investigation, wag thrust upon the attention of Congress and the courts at Washington Saturday. Kepresenta tivca of the oil company, whose leases were not approved by Secretary Fisher, and representatives ot the deposed tribesmen spent the day before the In dian affairs committee of the House, presenting charges against secretary Fisher and other government officials, Karly in the day some of the deposed members of the Osngo council secured from the district court a mandamus against Secretary Fisher to compel him to show cause Tuesday why they should not be reinstated. The basis of the charges against the secretary of the interior was that he had aided the Standard Oil company's interests by refusing to approve the Un cle Sara leases. A bill is now before Congress to validate them. The , department of justice Saturday, through Assistant Attorney (Jeneral Knaebel transmitted to the United States district attorney at Guthrie, Okla.i reports and documents from Sec retary Fisher, alleging; that "undue'' in fluence had been used upon the deposed members of the Osage tribe in the nego tiation of the leases. If the investiga tion by the district attorney warrants such action, the case will be laid be fore the grand jury in Oklahoma. Albert L. Wilson, attorney for the Un cle Sam company, in the session before the House Indian affairs committee, at tacked the attitude of the interior de partment, the courts and the poBtoffice department, toward his company. Mr. Wilson reviewed the career of the com pany, its difficulties with the postoffice department in connection with its trans actions with stockholders, its troubles with the courts in bankruptcy proceed ings and finally what he termed the "persecution" by the interior department in the present case. Mr. Wilson declared that the rules framed by Secretary Fisher to cover the teasing of the Osage lands were formu lated after the Uncle Sam leases had been negotiated and that under these rules no company or individual could take over a large acreage out of the 800,000 acres open for development and be assured of a reasonable return on the investment. The committee desired to know just how Mr. Wilson connect ed the actions of Secretary Fisher with the Standard Oil company. "Every at tempt to keep the Uncle Sam Oil com pany from securing a supply of crude oil," he replied, "aids and assists the Standard Oil company. If we cannot get a good supply of oil for our re fineries they will be able to crush us." The committee adjourned until to-day, when representatives of the interior de partment will be heard. ' The Uncle Sam company is asking Congress to pass bill directing the secretary of the in terior to approve the disputed leases SENATOR MARTINE IS IMPASSIONED "Uncle Joe" Cannon Also Indulges in a "Swan Song" Washington, Jan. 20. An exodus of far western senators and the absence of others on diverse errands threaten that august body with a lack of legislators. A handful are transacting business at that end of the capitol. Saturday lit tie was done except consideration of very minor bills, to which there was no objection. Jar western legislatures are in the throes of choosing a senator, and the campaigns are coming to a head within a week, fcenator Warren, for example has hurried away to Wyoming to look after his interests, there being lndica Vagrant Freed in Calgary Says He Took Part in $14,000 Robbery in 1908 Givea Detailed Account. - Pepperell. Mass., Jan. 20. In the eon fcsiiion of a vagrant, who was released fMiturday from custody at Calgary, Al berta. is found the probable solution of the senxational , I4,01H) robbery of t'.io repperell -National bank on the night Ot JJec. 2, 1008, Telegrams and letters received by tho local authorities from Calgary have re- vealed the fact that Louis (tibton, who completed a sentence of 30 days' impris onimmt in that place, isaturday, ha made a detailed and specific acknowl edgement of complicity in the crime that mystified the police of Massachusetts four years ago. (lbson is said to have described the robbery, the ordering of people back from their window in the vicinity at the point of revolvers, the wiring of back doors to prevent the escape and outcry of witnesses, the cutting of telephone wires, the blowing of tne safe and the escape of the bandits with cash and securities, It is expected that Gibson will be ar retted in Montana shortly after he leaves the Canadian jurisdiction. He has agreed to surrender. (Jibson told the Calgary notice that another of the robbers. "Bangor Bill." tiotis that a combination of Democrats whose real name is not known, was "d rogressives win aereat mm. ite serving a seven year sentence at At- 's neaa or ine powenui appropriations lanta. He refused, however, to give any committee, and while he is away the information relative to the others. ' work there is materially halted. Sen- The hank authorities have no hope of tor Borah, too, a forceful man, has gone recovering any of the money or securi- to Idaho. His own re-election is as ties. sured, but he wishes to confer about the choice of his colleague, who will be elect ed to nil out an unexpired term. It was made plain Saturday that the Senate proposes to have an elaborate ceremony february 15 commemorative of the late Vice-President Sherman. It chose a committee of three on arrange merits and will invite the president and his cabinet, the House of Represcnta tives and other officials to be present There is a personal tribute, apart from the official side, in these arrangements, as Mr. Sherman was very cordially liked in Washington The Senate listened Saturday after noon to an impassioned address by that florid orator from New Jersey, Senator Martine, in behalf of a Miss Houghton, a census office clerk, who lost her scalp a few years ago in a tabulating machine. At the senator a earnest request, an ap propriation of $8,000 was voted for her. It was quite an incident of the day's proceedings. At the same time "Uncle Joe' Cannon was holding forth in the House with a "swan song." It was during discussions of the army appro priation bill, and consisted of one of "Uncle Joe's'" optimistic soliloquies. He felt no regret at going into private life and was certain the government would The ex- NICKEL IN TICKET BOX BRINGS $3,500 Young Woman's Mistake Leads to Ar rest, Freedom and Successful Suit. New York, Jan. 20. -Miss Marie Dobbs dropped a nickel by mistake into a tick et choppers box of the Interborough Rapid Transit company a year ago, and 4j,.iiu richer as a result. Saturday he was awarded that sum as damages lor raise arrest, wnen, upon the relusal the ticket agent to return her the com, she took another ticket from his window. . Haled to court, the young woman was honorably discharged. Then she sued the company. GOV. FLETCHER ACCEPTS. IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS by- he Also Congressman Plumley Will Attend Vermonters' Banquet. Boston, Jan. 20. The annual recep tion and banquet of the Vermont Asso- survive under the Democrats elation of Boston is to take place next speaker has delivered two or three swan Saturday night at the Hotel Somerset, songs of late in Washington. But "swan (.ov. Allen M. Hetcher of the Green songs" are in vogue among the retiring mountain exaie ana longresgman rrann Kepublicans. Mr. Cannon is to be the f'lumley are to be the principal guests, guest of honor at a mighty subscrip The hour for the reception has been tion banquet soon. This is calculated placed at 6:30 and the banquet will to be a culminating testimonial to bis oe nair an nour laier. following tne public service, nanuuet ine evening win ne spent in 1 dancing. The dinner will be presided TTVTf'T tIU" t A MWrtV'Q over by Charles H. Bradley. Gov. Foss, UINLLHj JUti CAINJNUJN O of the association, will be SVAN SONG CHEERED SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT NEXT. Off Two Trees in Steel Cages to Keep Thieves. , Oroville, Cal., Jan. 20. James II. Geg gett, an orange grower of Oroville. backed by a syndicate, has gained con trol of two trees which bear navel grape fruit and will make an effort to make the new citrus product commercially popular. The fruit is a cross between nsvel orange and a grapefruit. . Steps will be taken to propagate the fruit on a large scale and steel cages will be built around the trees to prevent buds from being stolen. Changeable . Winter Weather Is the Cause of Throat and Luna: Troubles You may say, "I have only a cold," but it may develop into something more serious if not taken care of in time. YVe have Cough and Cold Rem edies that taken when needed will save more serious compli cations later. Cold Tablets, Cough Drops, and Cough Remedies of all kinds. For the baby Honey ir Anise. , For children White Pine and Tar. For grown people White Pine and Red Spruce. Are especially recommended for coughs and colds. a member present. The Vermont association Is the only one of the organizations of former in habitants of other New England states in this city which has survived. It has come to its highest prosperity this year mainly because it includes in its mem bership and committees a number of prominent Boston business and profes sional men who have always had suffi cient interest to do the hard work of such an association. Charles II. Bradley is president of the association and Elmer E. Silver is its secretary. OHIO OUT OF ITS BANKS. Thousands of Acres of Farm Land Are Flooded at Cairo. Cairo, 111., Jan. 20. Thousands of acres of farming land near Cairo were flooded yesterday when the Ohio river went to 45.5 feet, half a foot over the danger mark. Indications point to another six inch rise. The Former Speaker, Visibly Affected, Saya That Be Has No Regret at Retiring. Washington, Jan. 20. Democrats and Republicans joined in a welcome to for mer Speaker Cannon when he spoke in the House Saturday in support of the army appropriation bill and concluded with the declaration that, since he had been given a "leave of absence," for which he did not ask, he was going home to live among the people who had honored him by sending him to Congress for 40 years. The House Sat urday set aside Sunday, February 9. for eulogies on the late Representative George A. Utter of Rhode Island. Following ono of the greatest careers of baseball, Cy Voting, who was released by Boston last summer, is expected to make his appearance with the Atlanta club of the Southern league. Should Young join the Atlanta club he would have for a battery mate Lew McAllister, known in baseball through his atiiliatioii with the Cleveland club back in the nineties. All along the Southern circuit when the umpire preceding the games announced the battery. Young and McAllister, an old Cleveland fun would feel right at home. There is some talk of Fitchhurg join ing the Twiu state league during lie coming session, ritcliburg is another ot the mother towns of baseball. Such stars as .Malachi JMttredge, Jimmy Callahan, Fat Moran and numerous others imbibed of the rudiments of the game in that little village. I he St. Louis Cardinals have secured dates with the Atlanta club iu the Southern league for March 17-20. Hendry Mills, the Scotchman who won the 130 yard handicap at I'owderiiall, Jan. 2, ran the final heat in the fastest time ever recorded for the event. Hen- lry is a large man, standing nearly 0 feet, and weighs 182 pounds. The first five men to finish of the seven entered in the intercollegiate erotts country run are to be awarded letters v Cornell, according to an amendment to the by-laws of athletics, which was recently made. The Harvard runners in the future will have to look higher for honra than Cornell hill and dale men An interpretation of the Harvard b laws shows that the only men to awarded to Harvard are those who finish in the first seven. The senior class at Tufts college won the annual indoor interclass game at Medford recently, making the third con secutive season that they have captured the meet. To succeed W. T. Englehorii, who on is own initiative resigned the .captaincy football at Dartmouth college for 1913, Robert Hogsett of Cleveland, Ohio, was the choice of the I) men at a meet ing this week. Hogsett established a reputation . with Cleveland high school before entering college. During his course at Hanover,, Hogsett has played on the freshman eleven and on the var- ty each succeeding year. Hogsett is one of the cleverest backfield men that ever wore the green. tA Kuelbach, the old Harre pitcher in the palmy days of the Northern league, ill be back in the big tent next year. Ruelbach has signed a contract for 101 i, lii ill stipulates a higher salar. The big Cubs has been selling automobiles in Chicago during the winter. Mike Murphy, who is at ThomasviIIe, i.; hoping to recuperate from a nerv ous breakdown, has written to the man ager of the Perm track team and told un that should his health continue to mprove, he win surely be back at enn for the March relays. Sam Kennedy, who is a prominent fig ure in baseball circles by merit of his position as scout for the Cleveland American club, intends to devote more of his time to the affairs of the aterbury club of the Eastern association, in which he is interested. The only men left on the Naps payroll, who scout the bushes for new materials, are Hull, Oilks and Doyle. Rube Marquard U due back in the limelight soon. , .Now that Blossom See ley has secured divorce from her hus band the Rube is bound to receive pub licity, ' Tha Chicago Nationals have traded Pitcher Madden, a left-hander, to Terro Haute fdr Pitcher Gilbert, another left bander. 1 . The United States Baseball league Is attempting to be placed on a solid basi ls before the country for next summer. It is said that new backers have invested in the league. of ' CAFES IN BRAZIL With Glimpse of Rio da Janeiro's Twenty Foot Wida Broadway. Downtown In the commercial part of (tlo de Janeiro Is the uolsy, vivacious Kua do Ouvldor, of oil things Wo do Junelrun the one that possesses the moHt Individuality, the place where everybody who is anybody la to be aeon. It is only about twenty feet wide Just think of it-the Broadwny ot a treat city like Biol ao narrow nud crowded that vehicles ore not allowed to go through ut certain hours of the day, but most of the Bomber Portu guese style buildings have been re placed by modern ones, and what it Incks iu width is compensated for by tbo attractiveness of the stores and cafos. Thie cafes, principally devoted to the service of the domltnsse, are every where In Brazil, but here particularly they are the rendezvous for the official, military, professional and more pros perous commercial classes, who drop in at all hours to talk things over to the music of the orcbestru everything from business, religion aud politics to the idlest society gossip, only they sip coffee, for the most part, Instead of highballs and beer. ' And such coffee! A North, American never realizes what a perfectly delecta ble flavor coffee really Is capable of, bow dellclously rich and slntpy It Is when brewed by those who kuow how, until be has drunk It in the orient or down here in Brazil. From "Through! South America," by Harry W. Van Dyke. . ' . BEYOND THE TOMB. MOCK WINDOWS. ARMY CANTEEN MOVE FAILS IN THE HOUSE MOLASSES TO PROLONG LIFE. Eldred Used It but Died at the Age of 87 Years, Wakefield, Mass., Jan. 20. William Boone Eldred, who believed that by eat ing a gallon of molasses weekly be pro longed his life, died yesterday at the age of 87. He rode 20.000 miles on a bi cycle during the past 17 years. He was descendant of Daniel Boone. The Groek Figure.. Greek figures of men appear tallet and more graceful than those of mod erns. Modern Artists make tbo upright figure seven and one-half timea thf length of the bead. The Greeks madf it eight times, lengthening the ahin. and the longer aweep from knee to beet gave the figure Increased grace and dignity. The same plan was frequent ly adopted by Lord Leighton, in whose paintings the same effect Is obtained. His Method. I always did make a hit with thi women." bragged Henry VIII. "With your wit. aire?" murmured th obsequious courtier. No." answered tb monarch, with a sly smile, "with an ax." Baltimore American. Point of Order Throws Amendment Out of the Appropriation Bill Washington, Jan. 20. Representative Bartholdt of Missouri Saturday sought to have the House restore the army can teen, but his amendment to the army bill making such a provision was thrown out on a point of order. Mr. Bartholdt coupled the restoration of the canteen feature with an amend ment reducing the appropriation for army post exchanges from (40,000 to $35,000, on the theory that the can teen would be cheaper to maintain than the present shops where soft drinks are dispensed. He argued that the two measures, cou pled together, constituted a reduction of expenses, and were therefore germane to the matter under discussion. Representative Hay, chairman of the committee on military affairs, made a point of order on the ground that the proposed changes constituted new Irgis lation and were not germane. Repre tentative Saunders of Virginia, whivoc- cupied the chair, upheld Mr. Hay s point oi order. They Wero Common In England When Real Ones Wero Taxsd. The window tax in England, a very eld tax commencing in the reign oi William III., was not discontinued un til Lord Halifax changed it to the bouse duty in 185L It must have caused a great amount of consumption, anaemia and other foul air maladies, for in 1830 there were only an average of six windows in English bouses. Indeed, the British architects are not yet free from the bad influence of this tax. In very many old houses in England today there may be seen mock windows painted on the walls for symmetry hideous things. Not only were glared windows taxed, but any bole in the wall waa included. Indeed, In the early days only very rich people in England bad glass windows, and so precious were these that they were carried from one bouse to another when people moved their quarters. Curious dodges were practiced to es cape the tax, such as extending one .window across two bouses or making a very wide division between two panes of glass. The loss to the nation must have been a hundredfold the revenues collected from this bad tax. Boston Herald. Victor Hugo's Views on the Immor tality of tha Soul. Victor Hugo's opinion on the question of life beyond the grave was a remark able one. The great Frenchman was firmly convinced that he would meet all his friends In a future world. He was equally sure that he bad always existed from the antediluvian times. when the Creator placed him on earth. He believed that he would exist for ever, inasmuch as he felt In big soul thousands of hymns, dramas and po ems that bad never found expression. When the atheists would say to him. "The proof that you will not exist in the future is that you did not exist In the past," Hugo would answer; "Who told you I did not exist In the past centuries T You will say that Is the legend of tha ages. The poet has written, "Life Is a fairy tale twice writ ten.' He might have said a thousand times written. You do not believe lu the doctrine of surviving personalities for the reason that you do not recollect your anterior existence. But how con the recollection of vanished ages re main imprinted on your memory when you do not remember a thousand and one scenes and events of your present life? Since 1802 there have been ten Victor Hugos In me. Do you think that I can recall all thei actions and all their thoughts? "The tomb Is dark, and when I shall have passed the tomb to emerge Into light once more all these Victor Hugos will be almost wholly strangers to me, but it will always be the same soul." tmunt::mm:a::u::aj:n:t:;::mj:::m::j:::m:n:::mt:mmt:aj:tta::Kt SWEATERS FOR MEN The Sweater, as you know, is the serviceable all-the-year gar ment and is being worn more and moreas its real worth is discovered. Sweaters for Men $1.00 to $8.50. Sweaters for Boys There is nothing more service able or cheaper than the sweater for boys. It fits into all kinds of weather and we fit the sweater to your purse. Sweaters for Boys $1.00 to $4.00. "Better Shoes were never made for comfort or long wear than the Regal." Frank E. Langdon; $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 ' H MOORE & OWENS BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS, 122 North Main St., Barre, Vt. twtwiiiuuKttnxttzttmmtmttinmttmttmttnint TALES OF CATS. SHE WAS A CREOLE. Har Visitor Was Sorry For That Until Ho Waa Enlightened. It was snowing in the north, but In New Orleans the air was as soft as May, and in a gorden brilliant with flowers and sunshine the winter via Horn drank after luncheon the famous Creole coffee. How good this Creole coffee is!' said a young man. I make it," said the hostess. "I am, you know, a Creole." The young man looked shocked, hurt "Well, after all," he said In a lowyolce, "you can't help that, and I'm sure no sensible person thinks any the worse ot you." His hostess, who was Tery beautiful, with hair and eyes like night, laughed merrily. ' "Define the word 'Creole,' " she said. And the young man replied, "A Creole Is a descendant of French or Spanish Immigrants, with a touch of negro blood in his or her reins." "And the word means Just the oppo site!" the woman cried. "A Creole Is a descendant of French or Spanish imml grants whose veins hold not a drop of negro blood." "Well, well! I didn't know that." "No!" she aaid. "Nobody from the north does. The word Creole is prob- ! ably the unique word of the dictionary, a word that is universally mlsunder stood. Why, it Is as though you thought up there in the north that white meant black." New York Tribune. D.F, Davis, 'The Druggist' 222 No. Main St., Itarre She Waa Anticipating. "When he proposed to her she knock, d him down." "(Jractous! What did be say to that?" "He yellod 'Holl on. hold on! Wa ain't married yet!" Houston Post WHITE IS RE-ELECTED. Chosen Words With tho T.sch.r. First Tupil What makes yon an late? Second Pupil I had words with the teacher. First Pupil-Te? Sec ond Pupil But I could not spoil them. Judge. Kameness la the mother of diapist. rariety the cnre.-Petrarch. President of tho Uaited Mine Workers of America. Indianapolis. Ind., Jan. 20. .Tin P. White of (Vkuloon, la., was re-elerted president of the I'nited Mine Workers of America, over A. Brily of Mount (live, I1U hy 93.6irt vote. The com mittee whirli ha. been canvassing the vote at Indianapolis since December Irt. completed its Work Saturday and made the annnunremrnt. Frank J. Haves of Illinois had no opposition for re-eW-tion as vice-president. Kdwin Terry of Ioa was re-elected secretary-treasurer. Unique Signs In Franca. Frederick C. Penfleld was walking along a New Jersey road while bis chauffeur fixed a broken tire. He no tired a danger sign at the roadside. "In Frauce," he said, "at the eutrancx to their towns they have signs that ar characteristically French and seem t me delightful In spirit. Over the road as you enter the town limits is an arch on which Is printed the name of tn town, the number of the road for all the roads are numbered In France an 1 the name of the department in which the town lies. Then below those In ! larger letters, 'Attention mi enfant 1 f Be careful about the children'). And then as you leave the town yon see tb , bark side of a similar sign, which aays. 'Merer Thnnks')."-New Tork Post AN EARLY PURE FOOD LAW. Stori.s That Com. From tho Historic Tow.r of London. Two stories of the intelligence and sympathy of our feline friends were told me during one of my numerous visits to the Tower of London while I was living in England. Southampton whs a prisoner in the Tower with the Earl of Essex during Ellzabeth'a reign. In some strange way or by some unrecognir.ed faculty h fa vorite cat of bis found his abode and luddenly appeared to bim, having mtide an entrance down the chimney. After bis release by James I., Southampton had his picture painted with his faith ful friend at bis side. The portrait I believe, can today be seen nt Wllbeck abbey. The other tale Is of Sir Henry Wyatt, who was committed to the Tower dur ing the reign of Kicbard IHf' and suf fered much, from want of clothing and food. He would have perished if a cat bad not come down into hi room and warmed him by lying on , his breast and saved him from starvation by bringing him an occasional pigeon caught on the leads. Although the keeper waa under orders not to im prove his food, he agreed to cook any thing which Sir Henry provided, and the pigeons which the cat brought jated his life. He also had a picture painted showing the cat offering a pig eon through the bars of his cell. Our Dumb Friends. Tho Word "Set." . What is the favorite word of the English language? The Germans hav their "schlag" and "zug," which covet many meanings. But we beat them iu the one word not "post" which you might suspect of the supremacy of am biguity but "set." One always though' that "post" was the word that mean! all things and nothing. The punntei should watch the word "set." which tons achieved nenrly seventy columns ia the new English dictiontiry. It is a small word, but its meanings are al most unlimited. You should set tc work on the word, which you use every day in a hundred senses. And it would be n pleasant, popular game to set down the number of ways In wliloU you ' have used that word during thi day. "Set to partners" you might cab it London Chronicle. ' Hard Questions. Oh, tell me, does the setting sun e't feel a sinking pain? Why is (inform a "Puzzled One") a weathercock so vanel Do stars require a gun to shoot? What makes a - bucket pall? What - tailor, makes the chimney's soot ? Who writes the comet's tail? . And why are dogs so lovable, how ever much they whine? Pray tell mo, Mr. Editor, what makes the fir tret pine? ' C Why is a vessel's hind part stern-1 Who sings an old hen's lay? Please tell me, for I'd like to know, who wears the close Of day? London Answers. "- Tweniy pleasant remembrances! A Mis.rabla Graft.r. "That looks like some crib- to crack." aaid the f rut burglar to bis pat as they passed a sohurhan mnnnlon. None o that for me." said the paL j that It ratted along at a pretty lively j "One of the biggest graftera In the; pace. English Bakers Had to Bo Careful In tho Old Days. In the time of Edward I. of England Innkeepers were not permitted to make either bread or beer. The former they were obliged by law to buy from the baker and the latter from the brewer. In "Customa of Old England" F. J Snell declares that If the law defended what was considered the legitimate claim of the baker to a proper liveli hood It was equally solicitous for tbejii welfare of his customers and was most ; Q severe upon the baker who sold bread ; tl deficient in weight or quality. j l For the first offense he was drawn' a on a hurdle through the principal jtg streets, w hich would lie thronged with ! U people and foul with traffic, with the offending loaf suspended from his neck. U From a pn and Ink sketch of this cere mony It n j pears that the unhappy traoVsuiaa wore neither shoe nor stockinirs and bad bis arms strapped to bis sides. It seems also that two biraes drew the hurdle, which sugaesta Jlllk W aW' aw m M IT vA The great popularity of Fatima Cigarettes is due to the absolute purity of the leaf of this Turkish-blend. In smoking them you realize this pleasure. "Distinctively Individual" Sflh a'"C 20 for Death of Prof. Carl Baermaa. Bton. Jan. to. Prof. Carl Baerman, 71, of the New England conservatory of mu.ic and a pianist of note, d.ed at , Newton Saturday. II was bora ia lermai)y. Fnlted States lives there." Brut burglar. "I broke in there onco and he caught me wir the goods on." said the paL I bad to pay him f 15 to let me go. Harper's Weekly. For the second offense the baker m i joyed another ride upon the hurdle and then underwent an hoar's expoouro In . the pillory. If be proved so lncorrtgl- j bto as to commit the offense third j g time his oven was demolished and be ' waa forbidden to follow bis trade. w THIRD ANNUAL TROY AUTOMOBILE SHOW Stat c Armory, Troy, Week Commencing Monday, Jan. 27 Sumptuous-Spectacular- Decorations Original-Brilliant-Extensive-Electrical Display "AS BIG AS THE BIGGEST"