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Published Ev.ry Wewk-dsy Afternoon
RimsrniPTinN KATES
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On. month 25 cent
fcinuL copy 1
FRANK E. LANGI EV. Pabll.h.r
A Montpelior city meeting may get to
be synonymous with bc lose jjc t-tojjcthcr
of former mayors -so close, in fact, that
Jt is hard to separate, thi'in.
We Hre extremely planned to note that
Ram inland has been chunked by legishi
tivo fiat into Lazy Lady inland. Now
may the lady behavo herself just as Ham
inland behaved himself.
Among the things indirectly neeom
plished by the Carnegie Foundation in
vfHtigators into Vermont's educatiomil
affairs was the resignation of Mason
Stone as the, bead of the educational sys
tem, i
The presiding judge of a New York
court who promptly halted an aliena
"tion ease in which the plaintiff was suing
for $250,000 on the ground that it was
improper and against legal procedure for
the plaiutiff to run daily comment on
the case with a New York newspaper,
was decidedly in the right regarding the
matter j and it is rather unfortunate that
the courts cannot deal with the news
paper in question in order to prevent a
recurrence of the act and the spreading
of the practice. There is a feature in
which the newspapers should not become
involved; and it cannot be, called "enter
prise when the practice is permitted.
The Germans must feel highly flattered
by the British imitation of their raids by
air. Hut, afto-r all, if the British didn't
do it by means of the air, route the par
ticular purpose involved would not be
done at all; hence the apparent follow
ing of Germany's initiative becomes move
a matter of necessity of selection. Inci
dentally, it may be remarked that the
British attack by 34 aeroplanes on the
German naval bases on the Belgian coast,
together with the safe return of all the
aviators and merely the crippling of two
machines was a notable performance' in
the newest method of conducting war
fare. Great Britain is fast making up
for its backwardness in the use of tho
aeroplane in military operations.
If the lyoinen are given the right to
vote in municipal and town elections in
Vermont, the advocate of a state-widQ
prohibition law at the present session
might as well cease their effort at once,
for thoBe efforts would be superfluous
It is generally conceded that if the wonl
en of any community should go to the
polls in any sizeable majority of their
number, their vote would be very large
ly against the licensed sale of intoxicat
ing liquor and would result, in all prob
ability, in wiping out every license com
munity in Vermont under the local op
tion method of procedure. The majority
of the male vote already is against the
licensed saloon in all but a score of tin
towns, and the addition of the female
voters would serve to make all the 241
towns and cities unanimous for local pro
hibition. It is almost impossible to conceive the
idea that a hostile demonstration Against
any Canadian city should be engineered
successfully from the United Stales, but
at the, same time it is admitted thrt
oiiie sporadic efforts might be made by
Ir(ins who, like Werner Horn, carried
the delusion that the-y could work seii
oci handicap to liteat Jlritain by attack
ing a British colonial possession so fur
away from the scene of the fighting
Canada is from Iairoj. Mich attempts,
even should they prove successful, wiieild
have no more paralyzing general effect
than did those piirThall which the aia
tors are alleged to hae dropped n
Urakville Sunday night; t'snsda would
riot I materially affist.d. Moreover,
the result of six h attsik. wmil.t wcrve a
boomerang for the foes of the Hr it is h
lecue the attak would stir the Cn j
dians to renewed artmty and to greater!
enlistment. Canada wouM rise in b-r
growing mi'ht arid l-come a trcme tehms
help to .ret lint at". an4 her alio j
Tin refore. th l-t thing for the em mics J
f (.rest Britain to hj is to de,t front j
isr fmli!i effort to dimt'f Cutis, !.
Rrl!.si fc iR THE H.V.CK.
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a dollar spin, but you can
make it weave, at this
Cast your orbs on this.
$2.15 .
Your choice from38 pairs
of extra good working
Odd pairs taken from dis-
continued lines that sold
from $2.50 to $3.50.
F. H. Rogers & Co.
We Clean. Press and Repair Clothing
that the nations should become embroiled
again. The Hague peace tribunal is of a
permanent character that cannot be
shaken completely from its foundation
by this war, albeit there will inevitably
be decided lack of concord among the na
tions when first they come together for
conference after the clone of this war.
The hope of tho world still lies in The
Hague peace conference.
Keeping Walks Clean.
The pnst week has shown what citi
zens must expect if walks and crossings
are not kept free f r .m snow and slush.
The instance of severe and frequently
fatal illness due to unclean walks are in
calculable; grip, pneumonia, sprained an
kles, broken legs and other ills follow in
their train unnecessarily, Probably no
greater aid to digestion could be suggest
ed than wielding a snow shovel on walks
and crossings. William Kwart Gladstone
and Theodore Roosevelt found that they
could keep themxelveg in condition by
chopping down trees; if one hasn't tree
to chop, someone else, at least, has walks
to shovel or sweep. Waterbury Kecord.
How the War Winnows. '
diiHt off the eouthejn shore of Nev
Foundland lie the islands of St. Pierre
and Miquelon rather pathetic vestiges
of the broad domain France hotted to
possess cm this western continent. The
simple folk in this retired colony' have
been asked to send 800 men to the war.
When the physical examination were
over, the officers found that just 3'0 men
were lit for service. These chosen men, I
the very pi'k of the colony, its be-st
hope for growth and U tterment through
generations to come, arc now at sea on
their. way to the tront. lsefore them is
deierat'' service for their mother csuii
trv; behind them thev leave the, chaff
and riff-rstf from which they were w in-
unwed. Should they return to their
homes, nine in ten will bring the physi
cal and moral injuries that war inllicts.
This instance of destructive selection
tiikea our attention because, it come
dose to our own shores. We should re
mcnilsr that through the villages' and
town and cities ! altmtst all Euroe
the name process is at work. The war
is irnaviiiiL' at the itU of our race like
tie vulture that tortured Prometheus.
totn HeiahL
Investing in Home Real Etat.
Fit the past f.ve year in Windsor
there has l-en a demand for tenements,
lie demand. imt of the time, has If-en
in vices, of the Sllltdv. No person who
hss built a house for renting purposes j
h. ever ls"cn sorry tnsl lie Uui so in mi
r.rrl( n f Mt n' anJ
Shoe thf f ?rc
to close o-i. It's a f.ne
thanre fr t' av
pnifr on S..m. ALL
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fvi year !l - f "!! rr J e a
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arj hu. We 9rt rnr
V cl, r ci .r Thst re
' rc ill T."a;,
Walk-Over Hoot
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America's Strongest Banking System
by carrying your checking
account in
The Peoples
Member of the
Bank of
- Worthen Block,
town which, while it baa had its up and
downs, ha averaged better than most ot
the towns of similar population in Ver
The Windsor associates have relieved
the congestion here by the several struc
ture put up by them but they cannot bc
supposed to bo the whole factor in keep
ing abreast of the demand.
There are those who say that the lat
est influx of population has been com
posed principally of Biugle men. Granted
that this is so, had it been that the ma
jor part were men with families many
would have been obliged to have kept
their families located somewhere else
while the heads remained here.
People who have invested in real estate
in Windsor or anywhere almost in Ver
mont, are surer of safety than were these
investments located at Fort Payne, Ala
bama, or similar places, where the stock
in trade was rainbow and blue sky.
Windsor Journal.
The Boston & Maine Situation.
The progress of the proposed Boston 4r.
Maitie railroad legislation in the legisla
ture is so slow that the prospect of a
successful issue of the federal trustees'
plan for avoiding a receivership is rapidly
fading away. The reorganisation bill is
not yet out of the committee stage, and
if that be the situation in Massachusetts
it is perhaps useless to ask what may Vie
the legislative situation in the other
states whoe consent to the trustees
plans must lie obtained.
The bill drafted and advocated by the
trustee has been criticised by remon
strants in the hearings before the com
mitter on railroads as containing extra
ordinary provision, and, in effect, the
answer of the trustee Is that if they
are to save the railroad from bankruptcy
exUlordinary jiowers must lie granted to
them. There must I implicit confidence
that the trust will not be abused and
that all interest will lie given a afljiare
deal. The trustee simply ask to be
trusted, while they save the property
from ruin. This is a clear statement of
the case, and the legislature of Massa
chusetts might Is? confidently expected in
the emergenev to take favorable action
'on the trustees' appeal but for certatn
The hearings the past two week hare
disclosed serious opjiosition from everal
sources. There are other stockholder n
the Boston A Maine railroad beside the
majority interest specially represented
bv the truster, and from some of them
lias come the blunt statement that a re
o-ivershin wa preferred to the "proposed i
renrg nidation. The stockholder who tor caucus ana iinp vnr nj- me icm
vrar bs fought th New Haven domina- erst. Commissioner S. S. Watson, in
tion most bitterly seem to want bank- j
ruptev. Then, some of the chief official
of certain b'ased liaea appear indifferent j
concerinir tne reorganirauon imi. inrr
calculation. ..to the main .h.nne. Their
own intere.t. are p.ramount and. ins.- '
n.uch as their ro.ds. now ,rr.ted under ,
1-a-ea. hob! .fron strategic position cm I
the Xew England rsilnwd m.p. Ihev r.ny
count on rr.ulU from a receir-rship Mil" I
a profitable a any to he exrvt-d f r. m
this worganristnsn. Jn.'g- Know Hon
nr.m with the
public interest- in iew; these based
line are working for nothing f'Ut privte
intwest.. The !ffcrne i vit-c!.
Ainoff the remaimr.a; d.taile. are
such critic a the venerable enemy of
ihr ftoston k Msine in New Hampshire.
William K. Chandler, an! Jnsepb W.ik-
er of Massachusetts. I'm it h w-em to aim
t tt Miisridm ?id rsilrid rh.o In
tw Kntlsnd. althont-h Mr. Wslker just
now pUc-a the emphasis tipi the reteti-
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Barre, Vermont
Republicans and Democrats Nominate in
St. Albans.
St. Albans, Feb. 15. The Republican
and Democratic city caucuses and tho
various ward caucuses of the two parties
were held at city hall Saturday evening.
At tho Republican city caucus Walter H.
Vorce was nominated for mayor, while
the Democrats did not nominate a cat4
didate for that office, but voted to em
power the city committee to (ill all va
cancies on the ticket. Mr. Vorce, how
ever, haa declined -to accept the nomina
tion. There appear to be a strong senti
ment for P. E. Sullivan to head the Dem
ocratic ticket if he can be prevailed upon
to do so, which atp resent seems doubt
ful. The other nominees of the Republican
caucus are! For city clerk and treasurer,
B. M. Hopkins; for overseer of the poor,
X. J. Jarvia; trustees of St. Alban pub
lie lihrarr, X. E. L'Kcu';er, M. Magiff;
lister, 8. 1L Wood; auditor, M. F. Sulli
van. There was a contest over the posi
tion of lister, James V. Walker and John
Kearney being candidates, but Major
Wood was nominated by a large major
ity. For the position of trustee of the
library, Mr. L'Ecuyer wem out over M. S.
Bostwick by the close vote of 48 to 47,
a rising vote being taken. There wete
from 100 to 125 eitirens present at the
caucus. Wan-en R. Austin acted as chair
man and S. K. Perkins, secretary. The
former city committee. Warren R. Aus
tin, chairman; M. H. Alexander and J. ti.
Perrault, wa re-elected.
The lleraoeratic caucus nominated Ts.
M. Hopkin city clerk and treasurer;
Maurice Garey, "lister; II. X. Lampman.
overseer of the poor; J. F. O'Xeil was
chairman of the caucus, and Charles D.
Watson secretary.
In ward one ', R. Eastman .was re
nominated for the position of alderman
by the Republicans and Democrats. In
ward two X. J. Jarvia was th nominee
of the Republican and Ueorge Leahy of
the Democratic caucus. W. D. Jarvis,
the preent incumbent in ward three,
wa renominated by the Republicans and
J. L. Perron wa nominated by the Demo
crat. Alderman P. E, Sullivan in ward
four was renominated by both caucuses,
a wa Alderman A. A. Parmle'ee in ward
rive. In ward six. James C Walker was
the Republican nominee and Charles
O'Xeill, the Democratic. Only two ward
elect school commissioners this year,
wards three and four. Alexander Tus
cany, the present incumbent in ward
three, wa nominated by the Republican
ward lourwa renominated or doiii cau
Conservation of Babies.
ty is not perfect yet. but it may
defended from the sweeping ch.rg,..
liVlit against it by M.s. N.ph.a Irene
Loeb at a bearing in Albany Tuesday on
behalf of the New York stale mother,
pension bill. She had been drawn into
the work, she .aid. by learning tht the
state had proti.UI cure for a sick cow
and it cslf. but not for an ill mother
aad her ciewndent children, who owned
, tne cow. It is to he hoped that her
j work has pot been M vigorously piidwl
, by lofie a her entrance Into it, or we
' mipbt epect to liear complaint, that
w hftnc the Ute rxteTminatew infected
;cstt)e it shamefully neglect ta make an
rn4 of Infeetod children. Ibit it is really
roinir t fr to sav: "We are tryirijr
fo conserve the fish, the forest, and the
lettle. but we have jet t take Die first ;
'j.H'p M'"."! ninni.tirit i '.- .!.. . . . ;
, )aw( esrefnlty safeguard, had it.J
fl(UBl!atioB in til, ,v.t i-n of
cl.ihl In CI, ina. in.-on-enient ajr r y 1 m
Vie sr. dn.amd 1We surrr1ni kit
teas; our laws hac rethintf t say i
the nhe,-t of iitt.-tui. hut tVy are di
tirtet'y on the aide "f th. conservation
erf l.ir. In fat. if the l.w. are care
ftiHy earWd. thy i!l rl ciite
ftunitor of sc. t-'sai 1 eonsertirj
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Watch for Shea'a shoe ad. in Tuesday's
The Agoga clas of the Baptist church
will hold a social at the home of Claud
Partridge to-morrow night.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. LaDume of Bur
linL'ton have returned home after visit
ing at the homo of John Marrion of.
Summer street.
Custavo Herman of tho firm of Her
man & Lang arrived Saturday from Cin
pnnati, ()., for a short visit with J. Fron
tini of this city.
The committee in charge of the annual
banquet and dance of the Indian club
have plans nearly completed for their
time, to be held on Feb. 2H. 1
John Gill and Miss Ruth Vandcrgrift
of Burlington, who have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marrion for the
past few days, have returned home.
Miss Pearl Kent, who was operated on
for appendicitis at Haverhill, Mass., some
time ago, has returned to her home In
Lord's alley. She is reported to be gain
ing very rapidly in strength.
A music box and victrola combined in
the form of a rcginaphone. has been in
stalled in the Zanleoni drug store. The
reginaphone is one of the largest of its
kind and in the lower part is a cabinet
containing a large assortment of records.
The February circle of the ladies' un
ion of the Universaliat church, with Mrs.
W. A. Drew as chairman, will give A
chicken supper in the vestry on Thurs
day, beginning at 6 o'clock. Admission,
30c; children under ten, 15c. Watch for
menu to-morrow.
Mar! Perry of Washington street had
a very narrow escape from serious injury
this morning at the Palace garage cm
Xorth Main street. The trap' that is used
for putting coal into the cellar was left
open and while walking through the
driveway lie accidently stepped into the
hole and shot down into the coalbim
Aside from getting a good blacking he
was not seriously hurt, although a few
minor bruises were inflicted on his face
and one arm was badly wrenched.
Sheriff A. A. Reed vade an official
trip f Rutland on the 10th, his errand
being- to take Harry Hatch of Randolph
to the house of correction in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Martin went
to Waterbury on Saturday, the 13th, to
visit L. Marshall Jackson and family, at
his farm in the valley of the Waterbury
river. 1
Sett Wednesday evening, Feb. 17, is,
"Gentlemen's Night," in the granpe and
the entire program for the evening is
to be in their hands. There will -be a
bisr attendance and members are request
ed to brinfj doughnut for the refresh
ments that are to lie served.
A party of pleasure .seekers from
Harre was at the pranjre hall last Satur
day evening. Music for dancing was
furnished by George L. Simons and Mrs.
Ada Reed.
Logs have been -coming in rapidly at
E. H. Call's sawmill for the past few
days, with the result that the yard is
now piled about a full as it can be. The
work of sawing thera into lumber goes
on every day, the owner of the mill be
ing assisted by If. Deland Staple and
Lcland right.
A petition ia being circulated by X. R.
Fariiham, addressed to the prudential
committee of the .fire district, asking
them to warn a meeting of the district
to see if it w ill vote to accept the offer
of Mrs. Iiacira L. Ainsworth to furnish
money to buy a fire pump, with hose
and necessary fittings, together with a
building for the housing of the aame,
conditioned on the furnishing by the dis
trict of sit for the building and suit
able arrangements for the supply of
Walter It. Simon has been off duty
for a week, on account of a severe at
tack of sciatica. He is now bmehat
Program for grange meeting on "Gen
tlemen' Xight." Feb. l't Music, broth
ers feodrich. Iron, and Jewettt recita
tion. Theron Williama; aong. brother
Irons; discussion, "Are the Schools of
To day What They Ought to He. and If
Not How Can We Improve Thetn?" C. A.
nriL'g and J. W. Scaveri aong. George
Goodrich; discussion. "What i tlw Cause
of the High Cost of Living and How Can
we Remember It ?" Al den Jewett and John
Irons; closing ong. tioodrich, Iron and
Jewett. George T. Colby, lecturer.
Mr. Frank I- 1-ang of Rsrre i house
keeper at O. V. Martin' during the ab
sence of Uie family at W atcrbury. ,
Misa Lena Thurlsrr, who b been at
home for a vacation of ten day from
her achon! work at South Iincaster,
Maa., returned to-day to that city.
Mi (laudia r.obinson i. visiting her
ttr in lVxtr.
Misa Off-Tie Mreeter and Mr. Stman
Keyes were in MontpcJier Tuciar.
The l.die.' aid mtnrir rod with Mr.
Ilohiiwo rn.lsy afternoon.
I.. O. Mierlflinw eteljll fed pill
L)j(( .'.! ith Rev. Y.. Y. Newell e
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w. in Harre Sun
A daughter wa. Uw SunLy to Mr.
and Mm. tlifford llerry.
M Aniia ! " Hinlay in
North field.
Mrs. Ira Kdson tf l-fif j li. r sf- f.t
a hoit time at Mrs. J. 1 is. n
last t.
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Muslin Underwear !
Sale Laces at 1-2 Price
Opening Sale Neckwear
Opening Sale Waists
' Opening of our first lot, of Muslin Underwear,
Skirts, Robes, Combinations, Corset Covers, Drawers,
Children's Underwear. This sale at lower prices than
ever offered by us before.
It will pay you to buy your Children's Muslin Un
derwear in this sale. . No store offers you better goods.
No store offers you these goods at less prices. ,
We want your trade and will save you money
on your purchases.
While they last, in this
sale, 10c kind, pair ... 5c
I212C kind, pair .. 9c
Trimmed Drawers, per pr.,
at 12 Vtc, 15c, 19c, 25c
Night Robes 45c, 59c, 65c, 75c
39c Hamburg Drawers ... 25c
50c Hamburg Drawers ... .39c
39c Corset Covers 25c
Trimmed with wide ham-
burg or laces at ..... .49c
Combinations at 49c
Over 200 samples of Mus
lin Underwear, some are
slightly soiled. Don't
miss this sale at
. .one-third off regular price)
Big Sale Rain Coats this week at $1.98, $3.50 and
$3.98. Regular prices,
your Rain C6at this week.
Defining and Enforcing Business
Secretary William C. Redlleld of the
department of commerce, in hi talk to
the delegate to the meeting of the
chamber of commerce of the I'ntted
States, cited documentary proof in the
hands of the department of the difli
cultie that some manufacturer and
shipper were bringing about for the na
tion a a nation at the present hour y
their ciuddity and frauds. He made clear
tiie sulistantial treason of such conduct
at a time when the government neeiIsM.rn the need of standardising morale
the aid of eery citiren t aupport it nd disciplining the offender. Theirprac
idea of neutrality and to wia from tK, .iouht ha falhn short of the line
ether government confidence in the sin-1 theory again and again; but they have
ritv and Honesty oi ua cui4-iis mc
are exporter or that grow or ma nuf ac
ture product for export.
Then, giving hi addresa an ad horn
inem turn, he asked why tliamber of
commerce could not take the lead in de-
lining honest prai-ticea in manufacture!
and in trade prosecution and eject indi -
vidual t w ill not kee p the tiusmess
coile as denned. It seems a pertinent
Question, emit a much so as the exten
iotj of markets abroad or the building
of a merchant marine.
That there hs ln an elevation
standard in biisim-s in the .
State during the last generation is in-, ..Ullt(1 ,,,,, matter, J,k!" Use ve
disputable, and that in wme railing, the m
finer ideal, have been prea.-hed and "" 1 -No" blurted out the unhappy .lock,
practiced, without e.ternsl compulsion . m Mff (no. ,,jt
r lre. Hut, troadly asking. . enthu-iasmr-Voutir. C,.mp.n
much of the pnss of rcert stamtarui- r n
ri ion of busines. thniich Hate action '
slid by statutory prohibition and judi -
rial decree might' Itaye ln a-oided, hsd
lisines concentrated on It. own em -
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200 new pieces of Neck
wear . received Collar
and Cuff Sets, each, 25c, 50c
12 styles Blossom Collar,
at. each 25c
Collars and Vestees, also
sets of Oriental Lace, at
25c and 50c
12 styles of over 100 pieces .
of Neckwear, values at
39c, 50c, 75c, your choice
at, each ..... .25c and 50c
We are doing a big business
at the Waist counter.
See the Waists on sale at
50c, 69c, 79c, $1.00
Tub Silk Waists at 98c
These Waists are sold in
other places at $1.00 and
$1.50. -
$2.98, $o.W ana $o.. uuy
ciencr. As the co-operative basis in
business supersedes the competitive, reg
ulation of practices from within and by
group aetion will steadily make unnec
essary much of the legislation that so
ciety' has been obliged to enact nd en
force as a result of individualism and
comjietition. Most of the older so-called
"professions" have long had this iuternal
discipline and adherence to a wcirking
code of conduit, betrayal of which
caused loss of profcional status. The
soldier, the lawyer, the cleric, and of
; the educator and journalist, har
iiad a vision ctl group respoiisiiuuiy i"
Msietv a a whole. And surely it is
this that strictly commercial organiza
tions, like boards of trade, chamber of
commerce, manufacturer' associations,
nlso must come to have, as well a their
briurht dream of enhanced ocl, sec-
! tkmal and national profit in world com-
. ,ner,s' IiosU.n Monitor.
A Sad Caw.
The worried countenance of the bride
AlfiwM the Ik-sI man. Tipt.ie-
i um no the aisle, be w hisin red:
I Twenty per cftit. off winter wear t
) inigni .
Water Bottles
The kind you have p
been looking for. Ask
to sec the 2-ycar guar-1
antcc that goes with
everv one of our Hot
Water Bottles.
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Hue dn r. -t fiavc hst
yoj hh. wc U! be
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