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A'HE BTTRI TNGTON FREE PRESS ; THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1905.
The six jeura old tliiURhtor .or Mr, nnd
Alrf. lsadoro .Scars of .",0 'Ward street died
l-'ridny cAUilng. ,
Wotd won received In this city Mon
day of the dc.itli lit rbinouth, N.: H.,
of MUs) Kriincos Merrill, formerly of.- tills
If whiit you liavo to rell IS "not
tukcil for by omo want ndvcrtlfcr to
day, let si want d. "put It hi the mar
ket" for you tomorrow.
In flty court yesterday Judgment was
rendered hi the enso of 8. J. 1'loof vs.
Murk Stevens for the plaintiff to recover
damages of J."J and costs.
Mr.-. Annette. II. T.ovelmid nrrlved home
yesterday from n, trip abroad of nearly
four month, diirliiR which time she vis
tied Switzerland, Italy, France and Kur
land. William Ciirli of North Charnplnln
Ftreet has received an appointment from
the Kove riinnMit civil service oommltflon
ns dredge engineer, lie will leave for
1 'aiiainii soon.
Judgment was rendered Thnr.-'day by
Justice J. T. Stearns: tu the cafe of thu
Theo Rirtoeckcr company vs. W. H.
Jevf!i for the plaintiff to recover dam
ages of J13.S9 and costs of $tf.S5.
The Huntington Maple Syrup Sugar
To. of l'rovidenco. It. 1., has made, ap
plication for a permit to do business In
ermont ami tlie papers are now in the
hands of Ta Commissioner Cushm.m.
Joseph Dank Is, who was arrested
Tccsday hy .Deputy Shot iff lUlln.
pleaded guilty yebterday before Justice
I'. O. Webster to being drunk, lie was
filled (' and costs of J".', which he paid.
Abraham Miner was arraigned in city
court Saturday on a charge of being
drunk. Hi pleaded guilty and was lined
$.' and costs of $t.7!. lie cannot pay and
trill neno the aUeruato s-entctico of 10
days In jail.
Two cihs were entered Monday tn
Hie county clerk's office, lllchard St.
John tlbd a petition of divorce against
l.oulsr St. John and the case of Thorn
ns I'arrlzo vs. Joseph and Jennie Dcr
fny was liled.
The census of manufaef orios in Chit
tend, u county which C. J. Russell lias
been taking for thu United Slates cent-is
bureau lias been completed and Mr.
Russell Is forwarding, his reports to
William K.irly, who was formerly In
rhaigi of tho depot express office at
night, has been given the Turlington
f- Lamoille run and John Irwin has
Vcu assigned to the White River
Janet lou -nurllnston run.
ivter Obo, alias Thomas I". Morgan,
to olier of bursebaek riding, is not now
In Hurlmgton, having h, en sentenced to
(servo u sentence in SpriUKliold, Mass'.,
for lar.cuy. Ills wife lias also left tho
cit.v. Ills horse in still in the hand? of
V. II. McCalo, who has had four or the,
i,.:inn at work sIiko March 11 drawing
lln- marble for tho new government
jullding, completed yesterday the hauling
f the tirst DO carloads, over l.'JflO tons.
There are TO more carloads to conic to
Minpleto the contract.
The board ut electric light commis
sioner have icappolnted Superintendent
Taggart for another year. When Mr. Tag
part was llrst appointed it wa only
until May I. Superintendent Taggart has
his fop-i of men partially completed and
Is .it wcrk.
The docket f.ir the May term of the.
1 lilted States courts was Issued Saturday
liom the office of Clerk licorgo K. John
sum. It contains Z cases befoio tho eir
eiiit lourt, US cases before the district
omit and ill chancery actions. Couit will
coiivuic at Windsor, May 16.
Stephen J. Cindy, a farmer of I'ownal,
tikil i pitlti-n in banktuptey Thursday,
lb ha- li.ibilitif s of $XiAV:. and assets
of 311 71 ". of which M.IVi are claimed
ttmp.. liirnard .1. Daley, a car repairer
of St Alb.w, also tiled a petition, lie
It is liabilities of JH-iT.M and assets of
Tin K' A. H. Clark ot Rosebud, South
D.iki la v..o a visitor In this city Thurs
day Mr Clark was formerly for seven
.c.ii- .i Kacht-r in the Vermont Kpis
eop.il Institute at Rock Point, but later
r. .-. ivrd on! rs and has sinee been la
boring as a missionary among the lu
ll ms. . .
The Grand Court of Vermont, ForcM
ts of America, will hokl its biennial con
vention in Pennington May 19. Tho elec
tion of grand officers for tho two years
enduing will take place at this time and
the rM'Tts of tho different officers for
th' past two ye.ns will be received. The
r xi Mit vi- council of the grand court will
ViM a mf eting in Pennington on May 17.
Thomas Colombo of Rutland, who is
Mnployi d as a tailor at Fort Kt.han Al
ien, fell f i oiu thu north bound trull)
ever the Uutland load, due her.o at
I between Charlotte and Shelhunie.
'I linrtd'iy aft'Tiiooi. whin it was going
it full spied. Ho was passing from
ane ear to another and lost his bal
ance. He ll,rst stunk on bis feet and
thou was thrown op one shoulder. He
ivas somewhat bruised, but walked to
yhelbliriie, Willie hi: look tllO 0:10
'i.ilu to this it y.
Th fiinrr.il of Dr. B.iudford Wager was
held trom tho Methodist Church at two
o'clock Sunday ufKrnoon, ccndni led by
tin Ilev. Oeoige W. ISrovwi, O. I). Just
in ions to tin s rvlce at the churn,
!ir.ier was oltcrrd by Dr. Ill own m I ho
Wager home. At the church two st le, .
lions were rcnrl. red hy Mis. A, M. Ken.
fall The Interment was made in Like
ii w cemetery, the be.irirs echo, . i
lliirnap. W II. Tyler. II. J. 13. lialie and
U II Davis. Tli" arrangement-, wire in
'liaige i,f J. A Corbln.
Tim funrial of loomis J. Smith was
Vielrl from his late homo on Maple street
Sunday afternoon ut :!:3' o'clock, the
titliclatliig clergyman being the Hcv. G.
. Hrown, U. IJ Klanuard Post, G. A.
It., attended III a body and escorted the
remains to Klmwood avenue cemetery,
where the committal ritual of the order
was performed. There was a profusion of
beautiful floral tributes. Tho bearers were
llllam Smith, J. W. iioutwell, C. 13.
Peach, J. J. Flynn, W. H. Zottmnn and
M. C, Graton. J. A. Corbln had charts
of the arranecinenti. $ ,
.Inuies Halley died late Friday nvenlng
nt tho Provldnnco Orphanage at the age.
f.f ?0 years. Mr. Dalley Had been
r,ci! rvlth nnnumonla, He Is
sun I ved
liv his Wife, nnd four daughters,
Kllrn Austin nnd Mrs. Anna
this cllv. Mrs. .lamis Hariis
nun Mis. George Gallic of
I'Nsex J line-
I mil. The I'linci il was held Sunday
lifleruooil lit lllieo o'l.locl; flolli the or
jilmnage. The IwaretH -ir .1. W. Madl
g.in, Michael Cuurlney. John Cl.uke and
IMwaid Dwyer. The liilernieiil was In
HI Joseph's ceineler.v J. It. Kellcj had
charge of the arrangements.
Mr and Mrs W 13 Gnrie lime re
turned from n ' xlcnd'd trip to Cub
fitrnia They .ipnt most id llK riiw in
It vary often acqulrtd,
thouch cmerdly inherited.
Badhygiene, foul air, import
water, are among its causes.
It it called "the soil for
tubercles," and where It it
allowed to remain tubercu
losis or consumption it
pretty sure to take root.
Removea every tract of
scrofula. Get Hood's.
Per tMttmonidi of remrkMt cm
Mn4 for teok en Scrofula, No. 1 .
C L Hood Co., Lowtll, Mom.
Los Angeles and Mr. Greene speaks, en
thusirtttically ot the growth of that city
and of the general hospitality of tho peo
ple of the. Faclllc coast, but ndds that
In nil hit, travels he fallrd to find a cleaner
or more beautiful city than Murllngton.
The many friends here of Charles E.
Miner, now of lxs Angeles, will regret
to learn that he Is in poor health. Edwin
llnynes, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs.
Circcnc, who has been spending tho win
ter In Missouri, returned homo with
J. H. Henderson and J. J. Flynn have
purchased of the University of Ver
mont tho Kn. culled St.irr Farm, off
North iivenue, Tor Jfi.nort. The proper
ty consists of about 100 acres of land
along Lake. Chainplaln. with a consid
erable frontage of sandy beach. It was
given to tho unlvrslty by Dr. 13. II.
Williams of I'hlhidelphlu. some. 0
years ago and about a score of summer
cottages, together with a club bouse
belonging to 1 lie Mohican club, have
been erected on leased lots. It Is di
rectly on the lino of tho Rutland-Cana
dian railroad and local trains stop
there during tho summer.
The remains of Miss Frances Mer
rill, who died In Plymouth, N. II., Mon
day, will arrive in this city this evening
on the 5:15 train and bo taken to tho
undertaking rooms of A. 13. Clement, from
which place the funeral will bo held Fri
day morning, with Interment in the Mer
rill cemetery in Wlnooskl. Miss Merrill
had been ill sonic time with Hright's dis
ease, undergoing an operation at a Boston
hospltul several months ago. since which
time she has gradually failed until tho
end c.inie Monday. She was the daughter
of the late A. J. and Fannie Merrill ami
was born in 1S-1I in tho house, which W
now the. Fanny Allen hospital, where sho
lived many years. The deceased In sur
vlvcd by three sisters, Mrs. Cornelia
.Stone of this city, Mrs. Cissius Robin
son of South Itoyalton and Mrs. Seth
Munaon of Roston and two brothers. Fred
I. Merrill of this cit.v and Umicl of New
WEDDING AT CATHEDRAL.
Illelinrd O'Connor nnil MIkm Kntbrrlne
in I th Mnrrlrd Ymtrrdny.
Another spring wedding Cccurred at
St. Mary's Cathedral yesterday morn
ing at .s:30 o'clock, when Miss Kath
crine Smith and lllchard O'Connor worn
united in marriage tiy the Rev. P. J.
Barrett. The church was prettily dec
orated with evergreens and (lowers.
The bride was charmingly gowned In
a Nile green costume trimmed with
Battenberg laee ;ind worn a black
Gainsborough hat. She also carried
white carnations. The bridesmaid,
Miss Kleauor Smith of Rutland, n sis
ter of the bride, was attired in bluo
silk, The groom's attendant was his
brother, Matthew O'Connor. The ush
ers were John O'Connor, a brother of
the groom, and Alfred Frcdette.
After the ceremony at the church the
happy party repaired to tho homo of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Smith of ISO North Battery street,
whoic a. reception was held and rc
freshments served. They then went to
.the railroad station and left on the,
7(1:10 train for Montical amidst show
ers of rice and the booming of railroad
tjnipedoes. Fpon their return they
will be at homo at 2S Pine street.
Many beautiful presents were ten
dered, anions them being $25 in gold
from the Algonquin club, of which the
groom is steward. The. bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith
of North Battery street, and the groom
the son of Mrs. Nora O'Connor oi
Loomls street. Among thoso from out
of town who attended the wedding were
Miss Kleanor Smith of Rutland, Mrs
John and Miss O'Donntd of Richmond
Mr. and Mrs. William Babcoek of Wll
llston and Mr. and Mrs. II. V, Clay of
The preliminary read ins for the Kings
ley prkes will bo held next week. The
following Minlents will ho. allowed to
compete In this tlrst reading: Frorr tho
sophomore class, R. B. Barlcw, V.
Pnilow. I'anchiM, Hewitt, Muiphy
Pease, Page. Rc Stone, Vaughan, frrmi
thu freshman class, B. Barnard. Brown
ell, rope-land, Crocker, I leinlnger, Mas
tcr, Hwaser. Tuttle, L. I", Smith am
hiir.igue, The selections arc to be short
'I ho Varsity ball team ra-lly defeated
Norwlrh at Athletic park Thursday tho
llll by a score ot ,S to 0. On Wednesday
l.rhigll was defeat"! by a siore of In to
'. I.chlgh plays ai.iin this afternoon,
Ar.iruso Friday and Saturday and
iills next Thuisday and Fildny.
BAIHti; MAY GET WUUL13N MILL.
The Bane Merchants association has
received a communication from a parly
In Springfield. Mass.. asking for informa
tion concerning tho Inducements which
might be glell to ;i good slzeil woolen
mill should the managers decide m locate
there. The secretary was Instructed to
communicate with the parties and they
will leave no stone unturned to bring tho
mill to Barre ns It would work glvo
work to a large number of girls who
Inve no opportunity to procure employ,
ment at the presrnt time.
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING.
Won, Lo?t. Pel.
New York 13 6 ,7,71
Pittsburg ..13 s
Chicago 13 0 ,MH
Philadelphia 10 9 .v.
Cincinnati 11 1 .521
Brooklyn ! 1" .37S
Ilosliitl , 7 II
St. 1 .oiils u 11 ,::iki
AMERICAN I.EAGI'K STANDING.
Wuti. I.ot. Pet,
WllMlleglUII 12 !l .."1
Cleveland P s .::
Philadelphia o n ,r,2i;
Chicago in 'i .,,.'1;
New Voik ! 171
SI. Louis ' hi .171
Detroit ... . 10 III
Roslul! f It O
MORE NEW NAMES
Candidates Nominated Yesterday
in the Free Press Voting
Friends of Worthy Young Men nntl
Women Ilcndr to Help Them Se
cure an Edarntlnn at Kipense
of Thl l'aper.
In response to tho announcement of
tho Frco Press to send 10 younir, peo
ple of Vermont cither to college or
business college, tho names of a num
ber of ambitious young students wero
Immediately sent In nnd those stu
dents wero thereby nominated to par
ticipate in the contest, Tho public Is
not slow to appreciate tho opportuni
ties offered in this contest and luter-
st is already running high In the
We print to-day the standing ot tho
contestants, corrected up to four
o'clock yesterday afternoon and with
largo number ot new nomlnres. Tho
territory embraced In this contest In-
ludcd the entire State and all will
have an equal chunco whether resid
ing In the larger towns and cities or
In the most remote hamlets or vil
Donald O'Brien of Burlington takes
the lead to-day for ouo of tho college
prizes. James .Sinolllns dropping to
Price Dodds of Burlington enters
witli S00 strong, in class two for a bus
iness college prize.
13vcry town should have a candi
date. You aro tho one to see that your
town is represented. Send In the name
to-day before friends have pledged
their support to some out-of-town can
didate. Cut out tho nomination ballot
on page 'i and mall it to-day.
At four o'clock yesterday afternoon
the vote stood as follows:
THREE COLLEGE PRIZES
Open to Aounit People of Vermont.
O'Brien, Donald, Burlington 2.30t
Smolllns, James. Burlington 1.IM
Shanlcy. tVm. J., Wlnooskl hub
F.ddy, Frank, Burlington TBS
Barton, Helen R., No. Fcrrisburgh "SB
Ncwcomb, Alice, Johnson H27
Derby. Cora M., Mlddlebury B30
Murvln. Philip S., Sheldon Bin
idy. 13va S., Johnson BIO
Cooley, Alt, i. L., Bristol BOB
Leland, Warren 1!., Johnson B04
Kinney, Harold S., Craftsbury. . . SOI
Maurice, Walter C, Cambridge
Cox, Florence L.. W. River Jet.. B03
Llnsley, Wm., Burlington 503
Willard, U Amelia, Vcrgcnnes... SOI
Gilmau. Roy, Hlncsburgh B01
Whitten. Alice, Brandon B01
Corliss, Ralph 13., So. Hero BOl
Chamberlin, Lura, Grand Isle....
Wolcott, Ralph, Milton
Lamberton, Lambert, Morrisvllle.
Smith, Clara li., Vergennes, R. D. 1
Abbott. Kdw. R, Milton
Smith, Rollin P.,
Carter, AVm. H.,
Ryder, Frank C.
Oakcs, Howard L tVatervllle. ..
Scott, Grant, Middlesex
Phelps, Rupert A Marshtleld . . . .
Lengfeld. Lynda, Isle La Motte..
Powell, Harold G Franklin
Claxton, Kthel, Charlotte
Prlndle, Jessie 13.. Fast Charlotte.
Buttcrficld, Hdmund, Barton
Blanchard, Jennie, 13. Bralntrcc..
Fisher, Helen, Fcrrisburgh
Field, Don G., S. Royalton
Barton, Ruth A., Ksse.ic Junction..
Duftus, Robert, Waterbury
Brown, Sybelle, Jericho,
Gardner, Lawn.nco, Knosburgh
Westcott, Geo., Watervllle
Doming, Ruth, Montpcllor
Whcutley, 13rnest, Northlleld
BUSINESS COLLEGE PRIZES
RESIDENTS OF BURLINGTON.
Cnyo, Lucy E.,
Dodds, Price . ,
Hill, Florence ,
RESIDENTS OF CHITTENDEN
Williams, Marietta. Charlotte
Bora, Grace, Charlotte
Bromley, Charity B., South
Wilson, Hazel, Colchester
Flynn. Alice 13., Underbill
McNall. Albert, Colchester
Bradley, Blanche, Charlotte
Smith, M. H.. M ton
Pease, Iknry A., W. Bolton
Parrow, Howard, I3sex Junction
11111, Laura, Jonesvllle
Green, Verne W Richmond,...
Williams, Uobeit, Charlotte
RESIDENTS OF ADDISON
Sparks. Sara, Leicester S02
I wish to nominate as a candidate in the FREE PRESS
EDUCATIONAL CONTEST the following person, who is of
good character and whom I believe the people of this vicinity
will be glad to help to win a scholarship:
Name of Candidate
P. 0. Address of Candidate
Class: College or Business College (cross out one.)
My name is
My P. 0. Address is ...
My occupation is
Good for 500 VotoS untiI May ''"elusive
If candidate has not been already . .imuvu .aiu ballot
will count as 500 votes; if already nominated it wilj. count as
one vote. Not good after May 15, ioud. x
Delphla, Ann. New Haven boj
Weston, Ornco F New Haven.... r.oi
Hatch, Wm., VerRcnneu col
Foolr, Leslie II., Mlddlrhury BOO
Harlow, Kmily, Hancock S0O
RESIDENTS OF GRAND ISLE
Gordon, Samuel li., Grand isle.
Scarlets George, AJljUffh
RESIDENTS OF FRANKLIN
Jln.ard, Fay L., R. P. 1. St. Albans 500
Glllllan. Arcnio W Hast Fulrheld,
It. I). 2.. BOO
Chamberlain, Sadie, Kust Berk-
Orton, Adelle M Fairfax boo
Morey, Cleveland A., K. Fairfield. BOO
Butler, Raymond .. Fairfax BOO
Fnssett, Lena V., "W. Knoshurgh.. BOC
Funton, Ardcl, Fall Held BOO
RESIDENTS' OF LAMOILLE
Ktluson, Clayton B., Jonnson BSO
Thomas, Moreton, Jeffersonvllle. . BOH
Gowen, Wlnlleld P.. Wolcott Boo
Bourn, Leon, Cambridge r,oo
Kmery, Henry W., Fden Mills.... BOO
Gates, Utillie, Hyde Park 300
RESIDENTS OF OTHER COUN
TIES. (Five Counties Above Fxeluded.)
Fnrnham, Ted, Lowell boo
Chase, Fred B., Bradford BOO
Spatilding, Karl, Bradford BOO
Wilson, Kate 13., G.iysville ,. r,no
Savage. Orucc 13., Waitsilcld BOO
Randall, Harold, Felchvlllc BOO
Bonncau, Winnie, Windsor BOO
Hull, Harry 13.. Wotcester BOO
Rogeis, Hen U, B ihel BOO
Qulnii, Matthew J., Benson BOO
Atwood. Milieu S W. Salisbury.. Boo
Kennedy, Augustine, Wulurbury.. Boo
Summary of Du.lneo. Trammeled Dur
ing Two Weeks Modlog My 10th,
Estate of Annlo Sullivan, Burlington.
Julia A. McGrath appointed adminis
tratrix. Estate of Maria McG.irghan, Rlch
mnut. Administrator's annual aecount-
j lug filed.
Estate of Susan ,M. Hogan, Burling
ton. Catherine G. Began appointed ad
ministratrix. Estate of Eliza J. Fctt:i, Burlington.
Henry C. Petty of Argyle, N, Y., ap
Estate of Margaret Hogan, Burling
ton. License to sell real estate grant
Estate of Eugenia Isham Bryant.
Willlston. J. II. Bryant appointed ad-
Instate of Gilbert Morion, Essex. C,
R. Davis appointed administrator.
In re Albert Osteyee, South Burling
ton (Insane). Committed to the Vermont
State hospital for Insane at Water-
Estate of William Lorlng Waldo,
Burlington. Will proved: Thomas 1
Daley appointed administrator.
Estate of John Hamilton, Colchester.
M. 13. Douglass appointed administra
Estate of Wllliim II. Spear,' Burling
ton. License to sell ical estate grant
Estate of Curtis l. Pratt, Milton,
License to sell real estate granted.
Estate ot Jamei P. Picrson, South
Burlington. Executor's annual settle
Estate of James P. T.ilcott, Willls
ton. Settlement of the administrator's
account; decree, of distribution made.
Estate of N. Marsh, Colchester.
R. J. White appointed edmluistrator.
Estate of Albeit Hudson, Illnes
burgh. Administrator's Inventory til
edi assignment of home-tend to widow
Estate of Loomis J. Smith, Burling
ton. Herald Stevens appointed admin
istrator; C. P. Smith ami Henry Greene,
commissioners and appi. users.
In re Nancy It. C.1W.V, Essex (in
capable ward). Chauncey W. Browul
Estate of Albeit R. Robertson, Col
Chester. Application for settlement
and decree; hearing May 23.
Estate ot Hannah K. Wellman, Bur
llugton. Will Wed for probate; hear
ing May 20.
Estate of Charlotte Catlln, Burling
ton. Application for license to pell real
estate; hearing May 10.
Estate of Satidford Wager, Burling
ton. Will filed for probate; hearing
Estate of Orvls H. Ellis, Burlington
Application for license to sell real es
tate; hearing May 37.
Estates of Henry McNulty and Mary
McNulty, Underbill. John W. McNulty
ot Colchester appointed administrator
13, W. Henry and Michael Leddy com
List of unctalmca letters in the Bur
llugton postofflce for the woek ending
Mny 0, 1903:
Brill. Stella M.; Babbitt. Maude M.
Cralgle. Mlna; Doyle. Alice; Dlx. Mrs,
Addlo; Dout, Kate, Dally, Maud; For-
raid, Lillian; Jewnl, Mrs. Maty; Hani-,
.Mr-. Ceha; llonibroohe, Mrs, M. It.
Jenne, Viola JI ; l.amay. Miss ls
Mero, Mrs. John; Boiieils, Miss Ulad.vs
IJeaih. Miss Mamie; Robinson, Mrs. S. C.
Stone, l.ouihe; Thomp.-ou, Anna.
Ball, Dr. Clarence, Hijan, 1',1'ir.vl 11.
Allen Bros.; liurki. F. II.; Bihiau. R,
ciiurc'i, Kdear L-; Durpiu, Mr.; Drouu
Mason; Furm-', W 1'.'. French, Elmer
W Gauthler, TllCopliile; Hall, W.
Jones. C. M.; Ketcham, Ralph; Mann, B
I .; MurkUnd. Charles S.; Rogers, Frank
Smith, Mr.: St. Rock, Fred 12); Taylor,
L. E.; Thorn. I". A.
Now going out of this Store will be joined to
day by other lines and lots that were reeeived
n stock yesterday, having been delayed in
Not only warm weather Wash Goods but
Seasonable Silks are included in this great sale.
A few examples of our value -giving :
45o GRADE FOULARD SILKS AT 29 CTS. YARD.
These nrc n Rood qunlity fabric in exceptionally pretty designs.
30 PIECES 22 INCH, 65c QUALITY, FOULARD SILKS AT
49 CTS. YARD.
The duintiest mid most popular colors, and pattern effects of this
season's nut put.
ANOTHER LOT 75c FANCY TAFFETA SILK SUITINGS AT
50 CTS. YARD.
Xeat stripes and mixed effects that are the most popular anion":
50 PIECES MERCERIZED NOVELTY WASH FABRICS AT
25 CTS. YARD.
In a variety of designs, value 39 to r0e.
A LARGE LOT OF FINE GRADE WASH FABRICS AT
121a CTS. YARD.
Mercerized Sntines, Voiles, Dimities, Printed Swiss Muslins,
Organdies, Mulls, etc., value 35c to 'J0c.
CASE BEST 10c DRESS GINGHAMS AT 8 CTS. YARD.
Cheeks, Fancies, Nurses' Stripes, etc.
SHORT LENGTHS BEST 10c GINGHAMS AT 7 CTS. YARD.
Lengths from '2 to 10 yards.
BEST YARD WIDE ENGLISH PERCALES AT 10 CTS. YARD.
.Soft finish goods, regular price l'i'c.
FINE APRON GINGHAMS AT ONLY 5 CTS. YARD.
Regular value 6c and 7c
ONE CASE LIGHT SHIRTING
great chance for Children's
"Meet me nt
City Attorney to Get $700 with
No Oilier ClinnKCN In tho 1, 1st t'ou-
Ktnlilc I'arlrj'B .linrtnuje Grnnllp
DrlnkliiK Fountain (ilven liy
Thfro was not ;i 11,111 imir n'jout tho
troiibln in the .-tr.".'t di'rartnicnt nt tho
r-pcciul nKttliii; of tho board of alikr-
men, in-Ill l.is-t nlfi'tl, ik-spito tin; f.u-t
that intrrstlnK flovi-lopmcntM wrro cx-lH-ctfl.
Tho only Iti-niH of particular 111-t'.-rjiit
were thoso n-lutivc to the salaries
of city official mid to tho ih-tirlt in
Constable l'arli-y's accounts. When tho
committee appointed to rum-idcr salaries
reported, an ineren.o of 10o per year
was noted in the Hilary t-f the city at
torney, tin- amount lulus Increased fiom
j'nin to Jim. Alderman MenKhr tnoviil
that the salary ho llxcd at $7i) and that
1.0 bonus ho Klven at tho end of the year,
as liaa hon tho case in the past two
years. This motion was opposed by Al
dermen Tuft, Hecvi-H 11111I Morsan, A
yen and nay vote was called for and the.
motion was tarried by a ote of s-i.-: to
three. The vote was as follows:
Voting yes Aldermen Coffey, Court
ney, fiermain, I'arlier, Mcashcr nnd
Voting no Aldermen Tuft, Morsan and
The rc-olutlon fixiiiK the salaries waa
then passed. Tho i-alary of the engineer
of the (ire dernitmont is Increa-rd UO
and tho salary of tho health officer Is
reduced Jl.'C Otherwise the salaries am
the same as paid last year. They are as
Ilullditii,' iuspoctor t'eO
Health officer CVi
City physician 7 1
Overseer of poor Mil
Street romnii!-.Nloncr (ehalrinaii) IT.u
Street i:oinnilfcsiniicr.s 1.i
Chief of police 1.2'H
Chief of tiro department 1,000
l-'irst nssistaiit 7."l
Second as.-istant too
Water r oinmitsioiu rs
Ulcrtrh- IlKlit roiiiiiilssiouers lui
The mutter of tho dellut of abotil f.V'-O
In Cor.staMo l-'arley's accounts was
brought up and Clcrl: McMahnu stated
that the books and papers hud been turn
ed ovir In accotdaiioo with the resolution
past-cd at a recent meet inc. The clerk
wan then nmtructed to notify Mr. Far
ley's bondsmen of the shortage,
A resolution v,:is passed accepting tho
offer of .1 sranlte lountam. This founlain
is iciioVrtd by Lewis M, fieaver of II
llaiiistown. U In to be built of Ri-aiiljo
ami nelRhs live tons. There aro drinking
Places f oi-
people, horses anil iIors. Tholw-is marked before le lai t them, The
loi utlon of the fountain has not been de
Jlrrald Stmens, I'ouuer superintendent
of strrets. rendered 11 report tor the time
covering tho period from the last annual
report to the tlmo he fievered his connec
tion with tho department.
The bonds of Teter Bheeran, F. N.
Frechette, F, O. Sinclair unci h. C. Grant
were received tinii iiccepu-ii, u, . 1.
C'lnpp also presented 11 hond but an It
hail not been retcrred to the city attor
ney as to Its nirlielency no action on It 1
Tho sited coinmiasionetw reported In
fiuor of petitions tor sewer lit Convent
iiuiie mid the extension of Kiu street,
The repot is wero acceptrd and placed
A le.olull'Hi wai paed nullnu ir.lnt; the
n ir a uer tu boirow V for rmi.
wr oivn !. a n. nnEF.iv
A Free Premium to Ciih
PRINTS AT 4 CTS. YARD.
Summer Dresses while they last.
struction work by tin: water department,
this sum to be paid back by tho depart
ment out of its leeelpts.
A resolution was passed authorizing- the
city treasurer to borrow a sum not to
exceid $'",fo to pay the accrued and
The assistant .Indues notified tho board
that they had ll.ed tho p-r diem of
the license commissioner.- at ?P..
A petition for a fewer in Myrtle street
was referred to the street commis-loncrs.
The following; bills weie orderid paid:
K. O. Sinclair. J37.ll: Burlington LiRht
Tower Co.. $2I:T.:; names & Shanlcy,
JU.ffl: po.staKo for treasurer's ofliuc, jrt.'i;
V. J. Huckley ,; Co., T.'.::3: l. II. Jordon,
1 water department from April 2.1 to
May Uellman & San ford, !,-
The following licensfs wire granted:
ill. II. r.ipin, hack; linen I'liioii, push
cart: M. Pom, hotel; H. 1 White, hack;
M. A. Lc.-sor, tarter.
OLD STORY RETOLD..
Arthur Itnthnnuy Arrnlnned for Tlrunk
l)Ucloi-il 011 Mildlrr.
Tho same old "sti-unper" sfory ap
peared In city 1 ourt yesteiday moru
itifT when Arthur Hathaway, otherwise
known us Tab, was asked to disclose
whore ho got the liquor upon which he
became drunk. Tab pleaded Biiilty to
belns: drunk and was lined -1 and costs
of $9.70. which he was unable to pay.
It was discovered that ho had been as
sisted by the city and he was asked to
disclose. Ho told Juduo Mower that
while on the way homo ho met two
soldiers near the old stone brewery
and that they asked him to drink. Ho
helped them polish olf what liquor
they hud and then thought it was up
to him and he srave one of the men 10
cents, with which he went somewhere,
and trot a pint of whiskey. Tab said
he had never seen either of the soldiers
before. He Is now In Jail xcrvliiB t
alternate ncnteuce of ten days,
Frank l.avally also pleaded Kiillty
yesterday to Ir-Ihr- drunk. Ho was tln
icd f." and costs of $'.'.7'.', which lie paid.
TRIO IN COURT.
Mow Two Men anil H Woninii Tried to
.settle un Argument.
Katteiy street chlvaliy brounht tine.-
p r-oiis Into city court yesi
of iheui beint,' men iiud the other .1
woman, Tfie parties wero Toney I'irrott.
ILivlil Hilislc and Josepinno l.atoiir. The
Willie trouble) started oer tho ipustiun
o who was most in favor wih Miss La
lour. An arsumeiil nsued ami as a risult
tin1 testimony Minn d tint HclMo thought
lust In chai-tlse Miss Ixitour and Rot as
far as the delivery of one slap on the
t.u e wlitij Tonev look a hand and so
uttracted 11l1IIo's attention that he
struck her no more.
Uelislo was unpry and made a com
plnint to tin- police, tho result belm;
that both were arrested. An Investiga
tion Into the affairs led State's Attorney
Sherman to make a complaint out for
llellsle's urn-it also and tho three were,
brotiRht Into court together llellsle's
face 1 scratched ami In- claims the mark
were caused by Toney On the other hand
Toney nnd Josephine claim that ISilislo
case will be completed to-dn.
" AO-Ahntei Bhlntlti
" B"-Abrttcilde (wall lidlng)
M't&toMm i max
Rugs and Carpets
Shown and explaned hy a
man who knows. Onu of the
finest, lines ever shown in this
city is here, now for inspec
tion mid sale.
Mr. G. Gulian, who is in
charge of this exhibition, is
an expert in Oriental Art
and will be pleased to show
A SUIT SALE AT $12. 5C
11' you haMMi'l'. seen this
line of Ladies' Tailored
Suits we are offering at this
price you have missed some
thing. The grentc.it chance
to be suited for a small price
that fan be found in nur
Slack Cat Hosiery
For All the Family.
We can't resist talking
Why? Because it can't, be
beat for general all around
Family Hosiery service and
BOYS' LEATHER STOCK
INGS. Black Cat Brand.
If not In the
E. C. NASH INJURED.
Thrown Out of 111 I)eller.v AVhroii by
11 Itnnnmiy Home.
II. C Nash, proprietor of the Way
side Inn. met with a painful accident
about noon yesteiday as he was dri -Iiir
his bakery delivery team down
South Wlnoo-ki avenue. Mr. N'asli had
nunc from the driveway back of the
Ilaywanl block and was starting down
the street, when, warned by the ei-le-i
of hvstander.-. he looked back up tho
street nnd saw a junnwuy horse, 11
tuched to a heavy w.-irou, approaching
at a rapid rate. Mr. Xasli tried tu
drive out of the pathway of the run
away, but was unable to do so, .since
a load of hay blocked his way on 0110
side and 11 delivery team on the other.
The runaway struck the rear of Me.
Nash's teac, with force sufficient to
thiow him ioIently throiiKh the air.
Ho fell to tho hard ro.nl with consid
erable force, landing 011 his back. Ii
the collision the bakery team was
overturned and the horse fell. Neither
of tin- horses was injured and tho run
away was stopped at that point, I r.
II. A. liurdlek, Dr. II. V. Lewis and Dr.
F. W. Haylies v-ero nearby ami camo
to Mr. Nash's assistance, and he was
carried to his homo on Hank street In
Dr. Lewis's carriaRe.
The force of the fall injured Mr.
Nash about the head, back, shoulders,
hips, arms and right letr. Unrini? flu
afternoon he was kept unili r the in
tlueuce of opiates and was much pa'u
od in th" stomach and dies. Whether
he is injured internally could not be
detei milled yesterday.
SMITII-At his home,
4. Loomis J. Smith, In
in this city, Mav
the tMh year of
WAQKll-t his home. 101 Pearl street,
May .1, 1303, Sandford WuRi-r, M. P., asc-d
nrUNHAM In Kut
1001, Mrs. Ann W.
Montpeller, Apt 'I
ruriiluni, 111 th.t
Sth year of her ace.
Ml'NSON S.lturil iy evenlncr
rued 10 weeks, Donald Wc.-lev
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mun.-on.
jnISS -Al his home in Wllhstnn, at 'l
a. m., May , lD'T.. John lilies, in his 7iiih
JOHN A. CORBIN
17 t III HI II 'fn enr 1'enrl
Tclepli-itie Day aid Nifrht. n-1
Calls re.--le piomp .-1 r t 1 1 1 tci 11.
l.jdy at-sist ,t wii-a disirtd.
Funeral Director and Eiiil)a!,w,
169 North Stre;t.
Tilui-lnmo H.-il i
WIIITK TOP KUOFINGS
our latcit produrt
We call ipicial atttntlnn to our 4-ily Heavy
BROOKS BRAND Flat Shut Roofing and
J-ply BROOKS BRAND Flat Siding.
Out KoofiriEJ have Mill fire-reslftinn qualities
and ran be Tali) over old tMnclei ii deiiied.
No COATINO OK PAINTINO reauirt-d, at
tlie loundation felts are ioniMied wholly of pure
Asbestos stone fibre, which neter rots, lornuleb,
Write lor caulopie and prices, also lor full infor.
mation alnut our II KV 1'OWUKK KIKK
II. XV. .101IN.MANVIM.t: CO.
77.70 Pesrl ftieet. Boston. Ma