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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1907, Portsmouth, New Hampshire ALL .THE NEWS IN The Herald iFIRBTj TH The Heralo A PAPER FOB THE PEOPLE VOL, XXII. NO. 84 PORTSMOUTH, N. TUE5DAY, JANUARY 8, 1907, The Portsmouth Dally Republican merged with The Herald, July 1, 19UC. PRICF 2 CENTS IBr. Baker Of Bow Will Lead The Important Judiciary Committee Coring This Session TURNER OF BETHLEHEM THE RAILROAD OF IHF, HOUSE ALSO ANNOUNCED calf of Piermont, Kendol of Temple. Mead of Shelburne, Ilunkins oJ Northfield, Brunei of Concord, Fitz- gerald Lacouia, Chamberlain of New Durham, Riordan of Manchester, Cannolly of Manachester, Johnson of Northwood. of Portsmouth, Demers of Manchester, Allen of Man- chester, Lane of Lebanon, Abbott of Enfield, Knight of Salem, Kimball of Gilford, Daley of Concord, Payne of Berlin, -Lynda' of Manchester, St. Laurent of Somersworth and Gaffney 01' Greenville. Normal of Ber- lin, Blake of Plymouth, Wright of Sanboruton, Clement of Nashua, Fogg of North Hampton, Robinson of Brentwood, Meader of Rochester, Raymond of'Boscawen, Garland of Manchester, Thompson of Eaton, Adams of Marlborough, Yeaton of Ep- som and Kohler of Manchester. National of En- field, Edwards of New Boston, Doloff of Manchester, Wood of Portsmouth, Beddows of Manchester, Ridge of Brewer of Kingston, Young Sandown, Boulanger oi1 Manchester, Nettel of Manchester, Dufon'r of Nashua, Garrity of Nashua' and Phelps of New Ipswich. Public of Milford, Fifield of Lee. Weeks of Eath, Nims of Roxbury, Clark of Nashua, Ham of Farmiugtou, Hill of Franklin, Barton of of Nashua, M alloy of Gorham, Young; Stratham AND YORK FORESTS IN DANCER Pressing. Need 01 Measures For Their Preservation (From Our Special Correspondent) Concord, Jan. Ellis of the House and President Scammon of the Senate on Monday announced their committee appointments. Mr. Hodgdon of Portsmouth is chairman ol. the committee on the industrial school and Mr. Hett of the commit- tee on. mileage, Mr. Baker of Bow heads the important Judiciary com- mittee and Mr. Turner of Bethlehem is chalrmaa of the railroad commit- tee Mr. Moultonborough, for several sessions chairman of the rail- road committee, now heads the com- mittee on appropriations. The appointments follow: House Committees of Chester- field, Jordan Plain field, Willough- by of Haverhill, Gay of New London, Goldsmith of Chester, Pike of Hins- dale, Corson of Rochester, Proctor of Alton, Lord of Francestown, Page of "Weave, Potter of Northumberland, Kittredge of Merrimack and Barnard of Dunharton. of Moul- tonborough, Ahern of Concord, Tilton of Laconia, Howard of Nashua, Lins- cott of Lancaster, Huntress of Keene, Wentworth of Somersworth, .Long- ford of Littleton, Stevenson of Exe- ter, Dame of Newport, Murray of Canaan, Ingalls of Bast Kingston and Bailey of Hampsfead. Agricultural of Slrafford, Holt of Pembroke, Reid of Auburn, Atherton of Westmoreland, Wigging of Berry, Hill of Conway, Hammond of Winchester, Abbott of Hudson, Atkinson of Stratford, Wal- lace of Brooldine, Parker of Fran- crnia, FectC3.ii of Laconla and Cheney of Bradford. of Concord, Whltcher of Haverlr.ll. .Rmytho of Plymouth, Fay of Keene. Parker of Goffstown, Anderson of Exeter, J-Iurd of Man- chester, Wallbridge of Peterborough, Bradbury of Berlin, Neal of Unity, 'Hussey of Farmington, Hill of .Con- cord' and Plummer of Laconl-i-i County of Stewarts- town, French of Franklin, Scannell of Manchester, Foster of Candia, Russell of Orford, Gibson of Sanbprn of Springfield, Langley of Dover, French of Manachester, Ha'yet? of Rochester, Walker of Manchester, 'curran of Nashua and Libby of Went of Harrisvllle, Stevens of Newmarket, Elkins of Hampton Falls, Whitticr of. Webster Hanna of Manchester, Smith of War- ren. Brown of Nottingham, Bourque of Somersworth. Janellc of Manehes ter, Nerbonne of Manchester, -Parsons of Nashua, Guay of Berlin and Frencl of Moultonborough. of Dover, Perrj of Rindge, Gibson of Conway, Haley or Harrington. Peaey of Lancaster Howe of Claremont, Billings Lcba r.on, nines of Laconla, Sheehy o Newflelds, Farnsworth of Nashua Ahorn of Manchester, Fox of Con pord and Martin of Warner. GOSSIP OF A DAY COLLECTED BY OUR CORRESPONDENT Kittery, Jan. 8. No part of the country'needs tho intervention of the American Forestry Association more than Kittery and York, whoso beautiful forests are being mercilessly despoiled by the saw mill. The association has a most worthy object and deserves the support of every patriotic American. It exists for the saving and extending of our ley of Nashua, Barker of .Rochester, 1 forests and many of the foremost Wadleigh of Milford, Chellis of Clare-1 men or; the country are members, mont, Aldrich of Keene, .Scribner Of President Roosevelt says: "The DolHe Dimples" at Music Hull, Ports- mouth, on Monday evening. Kittery Point Schooner Almeida landed 600 pounds of market cod and sloop Co- lumbia 100 pounds of large cod at the Kittery Fish Company's market on Monday. S. Ellery .Tennison Is in Boston on business. A fresh easterly breexe prevails outside today and two tows contain- ing barges for Nowbnryport wero driven in for harbor. Capt. Seiner, who is making his second, trip in the Heading towboat Tamacjua, came ashore this morning. Me succeeds Capt. SabbHch. Nearly all the external work on (he new store of Frisbee Brothers lias been completed and it Is easy to see that It "will be a very handsome building. Storer G. Decatur, who passed the holidays with .his parents, Mr. -and Mrs. Stephen Decatur. left today to iesume his studies at Concord, Mass. of Wolfboro, Emery- of and Osborne of Gilmanton. Revision of Statutes Stevens of Somersworth, Pierce of Dover, Gree- Ashland, Barren of Carroll, Ncsmith of Exeter, Fair- banks of Dover, Whipple of Lebanon, Buffum of Winchester, Emery of Til- tou, Flanders of Hillsborougb, Button of Hooksett, Haskell of Claremont, Clement of Landaff, Birdham of New-' castle, Bennett of Tuftonborough, Rodelsperger of Manchester and Pot- ter of Stark. Fisheries and of ,La- conia, Webster of Jaffrey; Lamprey of Hampton, Storey of Hillsborougb, Brown of Manchester, Haseltine of Manchester, Bacon of Pittsburg, Me- Jendy of Nashua, Deming of Cornish, Kelley of Concord, of Wolfboro, Pease of -Holderness and Beaudoin of Rochester. of Milford, Poole of Jairey, Bass of Peter- borough, Tufts of Exeter, Shupo ol' Berlin, Thom'as of Brookfield, Cram of Antrim. Sawyer of Woodstock, Tolman of Nelson, Wesley of Dover, Hall of Pittsfield, McDonald of chcster and Pickering of Newington. of Manchester, Foss of Barnstead, Dole of Concord, Walker of Claremont, Philbrick of Rochester, Lewis of Whltefield, Fi- field of Seabrnok, Hayes oC Manches- Leeman of Manchester, Eaton of Littleton, Pitman of Bartlett, Robert- son of Greenfield and Folsom of Hen- t'iker. of Dover, Garland of Coivway, Norwood of Kcone, Philbrlck cf Portsmouth, Vayn-e of Dorry, Catc Concord, Garmon of Manchester, Forsaith of Manchester, Robinson of Dover, jrake of Efflngham, Gile of Jeyerspn, of Epplng and Judd of Easton. Industrial of J.amson of Mount Vkirnon, of Dublin, Walker of Rye, Dana if Lebanon. Falker of Rochester, Vkerman of Concord, Carty of Lan- ,'ister, Spokesfield of Campion, foung of Manchester, Provost of Manchester, Grancy of Wilmot and i'cmald Jackson. of Bow, Nason of Dover, Howe of Concord, Scott of Dover, Hollis of Concord, Manning of M-anchester, Hurd of Manchester, Benton of Keene, Thompson of Pem- broke, Lord of Manchester, Gaffney of Nashua, Whitcher of Haverhill, Merrill of Claremont, Plummer of Laconla and Lucier of Nashua. of Ashland, Ed- wards of Now Boston, Demers of Manchester, Smart of Durham, Carty cf Lancaster, Lane of Lebanon, Mar-, dcu of Cbechester, Wlllson of Gilsum, Rice of Hopkinton, Payne of Berlin, Kimball of Gilford, dough of Loudon end Bailey of Hampstead. Military of Nash- a, Keenan of Dover, Anderson of Exeter, Bunion of Franklin, Putnam of Lyndchoroiigh, Eliot of Manches- ter, Gould of Diimmcr, Holdcn of RniRiicy, Racklifte of Acworth, Mason of Concord, .Madden of Keenc, Cas- vell of. Portsmouth and Whittier of Concord. of Exeter, Nor- wood of Keenc, Gates of Troy, Mot- of. Shea of Manchester, Madden of Keene and O'Neil of Wal- pole. Railroad of Bethlehem, Quimby of Meredith, Augcll of New- Chaplin of port, Thorpe of Lisbon, Fitttwilliam, Brown of 'Kensington, Smart o'f Durham, Davis of Manches- ter, Mnsgrove of Hanover, Ahern of Bryer, 'of Sandwich, Lomas of Colebrook and MoKean of Man- chester. Roads, Bridges and FOII of Wakefield, Pushee- of Lyme, Lucas of Dover, Boyd of London- derry, Connors of Walpole, Dearborn of Belmont, Hall of Nashua, Dearborn of Pembroke, Holmes of Manches- ter, Rodrick of Berlin, Joslin of Ben- r.inglon, Blood of Sunapee' and Cmnin of Somersworth. Retrenchment and of Peterborough, Thorpe of Lisbon, Shirley of Goffstown, Fischer of Pi'tts- field, Webster of Jaffrey, Hillman ol' Pelham, McGregor of Derry, Hunt of Salem, Wilkinson of Fremont, Hill of Concord, Towlc of Deerfleld, Thurston of Errol and Hayes of Madbury. Soldiers' of Haverhill, Halo of Hollis, Langley of Dover, Badger of Laconia, Weller of Littleton, Danforth of Colebrook, Du- hols of Nashua, Broad of Thornton, Reed of Stoddard, Dow of Canterbury' Goodwin of Mason, Hanson of Gosh- cn and Kllburn of Andovor. State of Dov- er. Abbott of .Osslpee, Rolfc of Con- cord, Dinsmorc of Alstcad, Jordan of Newport, Bourassa of Manchester. Lymari of Columbia, Emmons of Bris- tol, Sawyer of Salisbury, Burke of Nashua, Huckins of Center Harbor, Dvassell of Manchester and of Raymond. State of Concord. Brown of Portsmouth, Foisie of Wil- ton, I-Iulchlns of Laconla, Nay of Milan, Leighton of Dover, Nickerson preservation of the forests is vital to (lie welfare of every coiintrl. China and the Medil.tern.ncan countries offer examples of the terrible effect of de- forestation Neither state nor Union can afford to turn thorn over io the unrestrained greed of those would exploit them at the ex- pense of the future. We cannot af- ford to wait longer before assuming control, in the interest of the public, of these forests; for if wo do wait, I ho vested interests of private parties In them may become KO strongly In- trenched that It may he most ser- ious as well as a most expensive task lo oust thorn. I much prefer that they be put under national control." THE WEATHER FOR TOMORROW (Special to The Herald) Washington, Jan. wcatlici is indicated for New England on Wednesday, with fresh north to north- west winds. Many of the grocers of this city ore planning to attend the New TCng laud convention'in Manchester 01 Jan. 1C. tared In The House Of Representatives ONE CALLS FOR GIFT TO THE NEW HAMPSHIRE (From Our Special Correspondent.) Concord, Jan. of three important bills were given in the House of Representatives on- Mon- day, two of them being evidently the outgrowth of the agitation previous to the Republican state conaention last Fall. Mr. Wadleigh of Milford is to iu- trodnce an act providing for "the holding of primary elections for the nomination of candidates for political office." Mr. Boyd' of Londonderry" lias- a bill providing for the election of rail- road commissioners. Mr. Mason of Concord will present a joint resolution making an appro- priation for the purchase of a sllvei service for the battleship Now Hump- bliirc. A fourth bill, of which Mr. Bentoi of Koeno Is the author, provides for registration of party members and .the nomination of all candidates for office by direct popular vote. Tho interesting possibility that Nathan C. Jameson of Antrim, the Democratic nominee for governor last Fall, will.be the candidate of his rarty for United States senator has revoked much comment. Although Mr. Jameson would have noichance of election, his nomination would in- licate the disposition party to o him all the negative honors in power. Mr. Jameson will not again be a candidate for governor, It is said, and his friends are anxious-to have him receive the senatorial nomina- tion MAN WITH A DIAMOND Has Been Using the Gem Much Too Freely Somebody in this city, who doesn't know -what to do with it, is wearing a. diamond and the chances are that if the wearer doesn't make better use of the. stone he will get himself into trouble. During the past two weeks some man with a brilliant gem has been going about marking initials right and left on windows with "the stone. The artist does a good job of letter- ing with the diamond and Is certainly r.o school boy. There will be a sudden ending of his sport if he is detected, however. DAYS OF GOOD CHANGES EVERY DAY THIS WEEK AT THE SALE OF CContinuccl on fifth HAD YOU EM THIN, PAT THEN HAD YOU BEEN? Our Puritan men ami women in ye MUMS. Bay Colony- had grown so wealthy and viciously extravagant by Ifi34 tnat yo Genera! Court Issued ye following Blue Law: "Tho court taking Into consideration the Bronte, an periliioiis and unncooBsary occasioned reason of Home ncwo anil Immodest fashions, na nlso thoordlniry wcarolng of i-llver, goldo nnd sllke luces, glrdlea, lintlmmls, fltc., hiith therefore ordered that noo perwm, either man or woman, ulmll hernaftor or lniy npparcll, elthnr woolon, sllkn or lynnon, with any laro on It, nil. vur, alike or throiul, under pen- alty (if forfeiture of such This penalty, however, not ap- ply to the cheap, useful and ncccs- Bary commodities of gftfl and electric- ity. The Nevada Eureka Mining Com- pany has boon organized to conduct i. gene-mi mining business by the Lawyers' Corporation and Transfer Company. Capital stock President, O. Sumner Paul; treasur- er, Herman K. Paul; directors, the foregoing and Joseph W. Mawes. Miss Mina Uranu left this morning for Boston, 'where slic will visit her brother. The Incognito Clnb will give a mas- querade hall in Wentworth Hall on Wednesday evening, 10. Mem- 1 firs of the Algonquin Club are in- vited. The Algonquin Club will hold an assembly on Wednesday evening In Wentwprth Hall. Grand Master Gardner of the Maine State Grange will install tho cincera of Kittery Grange, No. 395, on Wednesday evening, Jan. 3D... Miss- Atldie M. >.vho iws.scd tbo holidays with her sister, Mrs. Richard Rogers, linn returned to re- siiine her Kcluol duties; at her lumie in Kenncbunk. Constitution Lodge. No. SS, Knights of L'ylhlas, will meet this evening in Wenl.worth Hall. The many friends In town of Nettle De.3110, who has boon In 111 health at her home in Roc-hosier 'for the .past two months, will be glad to know tint there has bcnn a very n arked Improvement in her condi- tion within two weeks. L. R. Mayo lias been unable to at- tend to his duties at the navy yard, owing to a fall on the ice. Qeo.B.F BEYOND QUESTION THE MONEY SAVING EVENT OF THE ENTIRE YEAR. AS THE LIST OF BARGAINS IS A- LENBTHY DM WE ONLY MENTION MEN'S UNL.AUNDKRED SHIRTS, small and large sixes, regular price 500, for..2oc The Ladies' Aid Association York Rebekah Lodge will hold RQCKINGRAM COUNTY LIGHT of a regular meeting at tho home of Mrs. Leslie Williams of Love Inue on Thursday afternoon. The Pcntucket. orchestra of Haver- hill, Mass., has been engaged to fur- nish music for the twelfth animal re- iMilon of the Kittery High School Alumni .Association on the evening of Feb. 21. Owing to the disbanding of MIC Crescent Mandolin Club ol North Berwick, which hfiH pleased the members of tho association oi former occasion, a new orchestra hai t.o be Hocuicd. The installation of offlcors. eloct of RivorHldc Lodge of Odd Fellows, will be hold on Monday evening, Jan. J4. Many Kittcry people aavv "Little WINDOW SHADES, various colors in odd lots, regular price 250, for.....................................12I-2C TABLE 1-4 yards wide, usual selling price igc, sale price................................12 I-2C BROWN FLANNEL SUITING, the 54 inch width, wor.th 750, for................ 35c LIGHT SHIRTING PRINTS, fast colors, united yards, worth sc, for CHILDREN'S WINTER VESTS, all sold regularly at 25C, now 8-2C OUTING 1'LANNKLS, extremely in season, well worth 8c, sale price....6 LONG KIMONAS oi Extra Fleeced Flannelette, marked from TABLE LINENS in Satin Bleached, 58 inches wide, extra for......................55C MEN'S UNDERWEAR, odd lot in the Brown Mixed, at 1-2 price.....l2 1-2C FURS ai prices to make sure clearance. 1 A fine chance top secure them LADIES' saved in Colors and in Black. this sale the best White Muslin Waists ever shown LADIES' PRINT WRAPPERS, to close odd lots less than 1-2 price LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE, 8 1-2 to 10. worth 250, for.............ISC TAPESTRY TABLE COV- ERS, various colors, fringed, 4-4 75c, CORSETS, various lots that are sold usually at and RIBBONS, an assortment of White and Black Satin, 6 inch Ribbons that sold at 5oc now only...........12 1-2C "Nabob" Rug, VELVET TAPESTRY RUGS, Tho .advantages of Oil R JANUARY SALE will bo marked and emphasized during tho present week with genuine bar- gains. Customers will find interesting lots of merchandise at Prices Exceptionally Low
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