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THE VERMONT PHCEOTX, BBATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905.
Boston & Maino.
In effect October 9, 1905.
Trains loave Brattleboro, northbound:
t.tl a. m. Sunday paper train to Wind
sor. 11.10 a. m. for stations to Windsor, Lan
caster, St, Johnsbury, Newport,
Sherbrooke, Montroal via C. P. Rjr.,
Qucbco, Burlington, St, Albans and
l.li p. m. Montreal oxprcas.
6.3S p. m. Whlto River Junotlon pas
songvr. 19.18 p. m. night express. Dally.
For Northampton, Ilolyoko and Spring
field, 6.23 a. m. (dally), 9.07 a. m.
nnd 2.23 p. m. (week days), 4.1J p.
D. J. PLANDBRS,
Gcn'l. PaBsongcr and Ticket Agent.
Central Vermont Railway Co.
Bffectlvo October 9, 1905.
Trains leave Brnttlcboro as follows:
5.23 a. m. dally for Springfield, week
days for Now York.
7.20 a. m. week days for Now London;
connects at Millers Falls for Troy;
at Palmer for Boston.
7.C0 a. m. wepk days for South London
derry. 9.07 a. m. week days for Springfield
and Now York.
10.15 a. m. wock days for Now London;
for Boston via Millers Falls or Pal
mer. 2.23 p. m. week days for Springfield and
4.10 p. m. week days for Now London
and New York via Norwich Line
steamers; connects at Palmer for
1.23 p. m. dally for Springfield and Now
6.45 p. m. week days for South London
derry. Subject to change without notice.
O. C. JONES, General Manager.
J. E. DENTL.BT. den. Pass. Agt.
IN OUR OWN STATE
Throe Girls Died From Poisoning
' at Burlington.
Seventeen Others Who Wero 8erlouily
III Have Recovered Ate Dark or Root
of Locust Tree
Death of John W. Currier of North Troy,
John W. Currier, 70, died at his homo
in North Troy Saturday after an Illness
of only four days. He was a native of
mat town and in his boyhood worked In
cotton mills In Palmer and Holyoke, Mass,,
and afterward learned the Jeweler's trade
In Boston. He enlisted In the Springfield
City Guards In 18S4 and when his com
pany volunteered for service In the civil
war ho hastened from Pennsylvania to
Join It. He was discharged for promotion
Jan. 6, 1802, and was then appointed
ndjutant of tho First Virginia volunteers.
Afterward ho was additional paymaster
nnd ho declined the office of provost
marshal of tho army of the Potomao In
order to take up tho buslnoss of furnish
ing military clothing and equipment, with
a station at City Point, Va. Ho return
ed to North Troy in 1871, built a fine
Twenty-ono smalt girls, Inmates of St
Joseph's Roman Cathollo orphanage in
Burlington, wore taken violently 111 one
rtlorht In at waaIt nnd tiAt n Viam .il.i
The others recovered, although all wero "3llen00 there, but spent most of the win
In a serious condition nnd It was thought ,frs ln Bo8lon or " his southorn planta
for a tlmo that threo of them would not Hon' Ho. wns a strong adherent of the
live. Democratic party and had attonded nearly
Tho girls who wore taken 111 remained very national convention slnco 1872. Ho
at tho nsylum during the evening, while wns ,Vnllcd States deputy marshal under
the remainder of tho 250 children thero Pre,"snt Cleveland's first administration
attended an entertainment Tho phy- nnfl ,, d becn tno nominee of his party
slclans were of tho opinion that during t?r IlEutenant governor nnd member of
tho absence of tho nurses tho girls at the p0","3- Ho represented Troy ln tho
Institution obtained something poisonous, 'CB'sIatures of 1878, 1882 and 1898. Ho
of which all tasted. On Friday Dr. C. S. wns e"KnBcd extensively ln tho mnnufac
Caverly of Rutland and Dr. H. D. Hoi ton ;ur0 ,of lumber. Ho lmd Invented many
of Brattloboro, members of tlio state , rm Implements. Ho was Interested
board of health, went to Burlington to In building the Clydo River railroad, now
conduct nn autopsy on tho bodies of the a part of tho Canadian Pacific, nnd was
threo victims. one ot too original constructors of the
Tho body of Nellie Blair, 7, had already Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo rnllroad.
been taken to her homo ln Alburgh. Tho , is survived by a wife, a son, who Is
stomnchs of tho two other girls wore , tno un"1' States nrmy In the Phlllp-
taken to tho stnto laboratory for ox.
amlnatlon. Tho nutopslcs wero perform
ed by Dr. B. H. Stone, director of tho
laboratory, and Dr. C. H. Bencher of the
staff of tho medical department of tho
university or Vermont, ln tho presence
pines, and two daughters.
Died From Acute Alcoholism.
James Gunford, 30, u railroad fireman,
umvciaii; ui vuriuum, in 1110 Presence nf TTnlvnWo t'n a tnttn t i j i Ti. V
of members of tho state board of health ff "'y k', ?u"d '""V? 8mok
nnd local phys c ans. It was evident Hint i 7. , " . """"" co-
tho girls died from poising but the boardln ll0US nt Bethel Sunday.
nature of tho pS no? dean Dr! fn?1"0 oc"to ,n,ol,"lsm' wlth
r tt ....I.,... ... '...'rTV.' : tno presence of wood alcohol imnoKin
tho orphanage, believes that tho threo K0. i Y i" 8Bt.Zr .nd .wo
girls died from tho root or bark of tho ,. m'S " Tfl?" T,t.her Vrotn?r
locust tree, which all the ohll.lron wh L,.1Sra.;tIcbor?..Kotrellt' victim of acute
m pius. a.
Stole rfwidacho nd rolloro all tho troubles lnd
dent to a bilious state of tho jtem, such ss
XHuloua, Nausea, Drowelness, Dlatrees after
eating. Falu in tho BIdo, fcc While their most
romarkable suocess has boon shown ln curing
Headache, yot Carter's Llttlo Llytr Flu ars
equally Taluahlo ln Constipation, curing and pre
von ting this annoying complain t,wulle theralso
eorreot alldlsordonortheatomachtlmulaU the
Urcr and regulate tho bowels. Eron If they only
Ache they would be almoe t prloelesg to those who
suffer from this distressing oompUlnt, but fortu
nately IhelrgoodnoBadooa notend here.and thoas
who once try them will find these llttlo pUlarala.
aWe lnjomany ways that they will not be wil
ling to do without thorn. But aftor allele head
Is 6e base of so many lives that horolawhero
womake our groat boaat Our pllla oure It whlla
cithers do not
Carter's Uttle LI Tor Pals are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pllla make a done.
They are strlotly vegetable and do not gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action please all who
so them. In Tlalaat2S cents; fire for 1 1. SoU
by drngglats everywhere, or soot by man.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New Yorlc
UII Small Ik Small ftk
Come in and look them over.
w. H. HAIGH.
Will be paid to the finder of
LESTER J. STAFFORD, insane,
missing from Guilford, Vt., since
October 15, 1804.
IIo Isbolloved to bavo boon lost In tho woods
In the southeastern part of Oullford or In tho
I? don m ot ernn. Ilernardston or
rfeMsrjptlon: Ago 53. height about 5 foet 10
ha r c,!rljr' reuunt'J' out. slightly grey,
lull beard qulto grey, oyes light grey, Fario
wen on back of head eliowlng ttfroughtno haK
STSw J.'J 'lar.k "' woater. woolen shlS
ic?lt.na,tJ 'f"'"" o)I, recently tapped
and heeled. If found mut not be removed
until Iocs authorities and tho subscriber are
projent. Telephone 1M, UratUoboro exchange.
JOHN E. GALE, Guardian.
April 3, 1MB. auIlford,Vt.
A cart nuoUd If Ton ni
Otklal SohooU, BuUiillto, N, C. wrllM I c'.n ..r'
Utrta RttCk.W. V. . rlt. t UTh.,,1.. i ...i.
ftloo." l)r. II, 11. UoOlU. Clirk.bui. Tclb.. wrlu.i I
I- - rmvw u. . w., i o.vt iuuoj o rcmi to I
MuM jwi." ruci, M Cam. SuuplM rtM. Sola I
I " MaBTIN BOOT. LANCASTER. fA.
Sold In Drattleboro by Ceo. E. Greene, In
Bellows Falls by IU HDavis. CaU for txte
will stop a cough
ono bottle will cure It.
4 or. botttos, 2Sc.
O oz. bottles, 49o.
wero token sick nre known to havo eaten.
Dr. McMnhon sold: "Tho symptoms In
each caso bear out this suDoosltlon. nnd
tho sickness was confined to a group of
children who wero nt play in the ward
of tho orphanage on Tuesday, the re
mainder attending the entertainment nt
tho Strong theatre. Nellie Blnlr, aged 7,
was taken 111 first and I thought It was
n caso of acute Indigestion until tho child
developed alarming symptoms nnd died
within a few hours, being unconscious
most of tho time."
Tho other children, Louise Laporto and
Mary Palmer, about tho same nge, died
In n few hours after becoming 111. Six
teen others who wero mado very 111, threo
of theso crltlcnlly, are now out of danger
nnd will recover.
Thero Is a group of locust trees In tho
yard of the orphanage, from which tho
children ate tho bark and root.
nlcohollsm. His mother died In Holvoke
last week. Gunford was drinking heavily
Saturday evening, In compnny with Zcb
Wllllnms. who lmd returned from North
field well supplied with liquor. About 11
o'clock that cvenlnc Gunford Venn Inft
nlone. reclining on the Iloor, with his coat
ns n pillow. When ho was found there
the next day nnd nn nttcmrjt mndo in
rouse him, ho wns dead. An Inquest was
held nnd the verdict waa that death wns
due to tho cause nnmed. The presence
of wood nlcohol In the liquor which ho
urnnn is suspecieu. Williams has disappeared.
While suffering from d
William McDonnld of Morctown drew n
rnzor across her thront iirw Kn,i..
the deed being committed while tho other
members of tho family were away. She
was found on the Moor weltering ir. im-
uwn uioou. as sue is nearly 70 years old
iici uimnces ot recovery nre considered
RUSSIA BORN ANEW
TEXA8 AND VERMONT.
Czar's Manifesto Provides for
Roal Liberty in His Country
Douma to De a True Legislative Assem
bly Freedom of Speech and Person
Emperor Nicholas Issued Monday a
manifesto granting civil liberty to the
Russian people, and resigning tho auto
cratic powers of tho czar. Count Wltte,
now Russia's first rjremler. Mnndnv nih
sent the following message to tho Ameri
1 am sure the American people, who
understand what freedom is, and tho
."It an Press- which voices the wishes
or the people, will rejoice with the friend
ly Russian nation nt this moment, when
tho Russian people havo received from
his Imperial majesty tho promises and the
f"nr8ntec3 of freedom, and will Join In
" "pu mat me iiussian people will
Each Was an Independent Republlo De
fore Entering the Sisterhood of States
San Antonio Express.
ThO olrCUmstnnoes nf Vermont', iwlml.
slon Into statehood are Identical almost
witu tboso of Texas. Each of the states
named was an Independent republlo be
fore entering tho sisterhood, though In
VAmiAnM. inaA I .
. ... a wu)g luuupuuuciice was no
knowlodged bv the Ilnltrrl ntnt v,v im.
plication only, and not directly, as in tho
caso of Toxas.
Prior to tho Revolution both New York
and New Hampshire laid claim to tho
territory now comprising tho state of
Vermont, in 1777, however, tho Green
Mountain boys declared Vermont an In
dependent state, and, framing a constitu
tion, asked admission Into tho federation
of states. Massachusetts upheld Ver
mont in this action, and ln the dispute
over the Vermont territory waged be
tween New Hampshire and Now York
uio united states admitted that they had
no compulsory powers and Vermont's In
dependence was Dractlcallv acknowledged
In 1781, Chittenden, tho then governor of
vcrmoni, entered Into negotiations with
uio uruisn in Canada In order to safe
guard his llttlo Btato from her neighbors'
encroaenments. This so alarmed Con
wisely aid In thn rpnllznttnn nf 4V.A III.
nrtina .., Vi . : . ."uiuiiiiib, i ins bo aiarmeu uon-
ment fnr .f I PC ?g, .wl.th .tha Kvern- gross that a resolution was passed promls-
n.iio Tn V. , '""wiuciion. umy "is 10 ncKnowieago Vermont as an in
Waterman, Charged with Murder, Releas
ed on Ball.
WTI'.,b02y J Xlra' Wllll,,n c- Smith of
West Rutland. Who ll s.innrairl fm k..
In the caso of tho state against Robert bomo Friday, was found Sunday In Otter
Waterman of Victory, now under Indict
ment by the grand Jury of Essex county
for the murder of his little girl, tho re
spondent has been granted ball ln tho
sum of J3000, which wns furnished. Ho
Is probably tho first respondent charged
with murder In this state who has ever
Creek, near Centre nutlnnrt. if i
posed that Mrs. Smith committed sui
cide, nlthough no reason for such an net
C. E. White of White River Junction,
umni'iiiun on mo uoston & Maine rair
in mis state wno lias ever road wns BtriioV vnr. iT. V
d to ball while the cose Is WalnfleW street toM mheSd i1!.6
ro .week, ngo through his Mssf Frldav "Lff i",,8?! L5'
pciiuuiK. iwu wccks ngo inrougn nis Mass Frldnv nmt iVt. .i...n . ?
counsel. Harland B. Howe of St Johns- h tn. tkn m..'..8.1".1 f!tured,
He was taken to the
conscious and It Is thought that his re
covery Is doubtful. Ho began work on
,, r,fra iMad ,n.Ly a ll0rt ,lme nK ws
unfnmlllar with bridges.
After Gov. Bell. Lleut-Gov. Stearns nnd
burj'. Waterman moved for ball, and con
tended that tho proof of his guilt was not
evident nor tho presumption great, and
that the court should hear evldcnco to de
cide tho question. Tho stato's attorney
claimed that the flnrtlncr nf thn indict
ment should bo regarded by the court as Speaker Merrldeld had officially visited
conclusive of tho fact that tho proof of "p-0 8tat0 Prison at Windsor last week
his guilt was evident and tho presumption tne trovernor said: " There are 180 prison
groat. Tho court took tho matter under CT? Incarcerated In this prison today,
consideration, nnd Judgo George M. Pow- t,le caPaclty of tho Institution Is
ers rendered his decision Saturday, hold- Jy twenty less than this number. This
ing that tho indictment was not conclu- J? tno "TEest roll call which has over
slvo and that the court should hear tho ,een l the Prison nnd something must be
evidence and tho respondent was allowed , ono bcfre long If the ratio of Increase
to furnish ball. Keeps up, as at present."
elTniV0 membora of the automobile
Dillingham's Views on Immigration. .".'T0"' attended tho adjourned
Senator William P. Dillingham has SSpThoM,! 2' a'rX'd" .ITuSr
been talking over 1mm oration niirino- hi niitnmnv,ii. ln t,le,r
visit In New York city. Among other showed S148.S7 In the treasury" OfflSS
thlnirs ho said; "Whnt u Hcir t . nnr.i. .J. ... , 'rlIsury. umcers
prevent the congestion o lmmn, n W.UnuZr ' " vinK J
New York and to devise some means to Boutwell of Montpeller i,i vi, ,
distribute them among the rural districts, dent; J. B. MmIwc f Brntt'etar'd vfco
Of course wo cannot by legislation tell president! .Tnhr. A "i"T- a Uco
:mHi v?5 "J treasur'en" The pre'sTden't an
thus will It be possible to secure the full
pencnts of the fredom conferred upon
Ho had Just arrived at his residence
on Kammenlovrov Prospect from Peter
hof, where, In tho Alexander palace, tho
emperor two hours before had given his
llnal approval to a manifesto and to a
program which will forever end the rule
of absolutism exercised by him and his
Komanoff ancestors for 300 years.
The Czar's Decree.
The following is tho text of tho Imperial
We, Nicholas tho Seconri t.v tho
- - , J .uu blu
or God emperor and autocrat of all tho
Russlas, grand duko of Finland, etc., de-
.i . " uur ln'miui subjects that
the troubles and ncltatlnn In mi.
and In numerous other places nil our
hoart with excessive pain and sorrow. The
happ ncss of the Russian sovereign Is In
dlssolubly bound up with the happiness
or our people nnd the sorrow of our people
Is the sorrow of the sovereign
From the present disorders may arise
great national disruption. They menace
the Integrity nnd unity of our empire.
The supreme duty Imposed upon us by
our sovereign offlco requires us to offaco
ourselves and to use nil tho force and
reason nt our command to hasten In
securing the unity nnd co-ordination of
the power of the central government nnd
to assure the success of measures for
imtiiiuaiion in nu circles of public life
which nre essential to the well belmi
of our people.
We. therefore, direct our government
to carry out our Inflexible will In the fol-
dependent commonwealth nnd admit hor
into tne union on condition that sho re
linquish certuln territory belonging to
iiKYf lorn nnu isovf Hampshire, which
sho had seized by way of reprisal. This
Vermont ultimately did, but up to her ad
mission to tho union, In 1791, she exer
cised for ton years tho functions of nn
Tho similarity of this to Texas Is at
onco npparcnt, nlthough the United States
urn not as in tno case or Texas nego
tiate a treaty With Vermont. It la inm
hoewvor that tho conditions under which
ooin states entered tho union nro tanta
mount to a treaty, no provision of which
can bo violated by cither party without
tho consent of the other. Territorial In
tegrity is manifestly ono of the Implied
conditions of their ndmlsslon. That this
Is true Is attested by tho fact that In tho
compromise of 1830, when one-third of
uiu territory or Texas was lopped off, this
stnto claimed and received Indomnlty
.m.lh.e Un'ted States to tho extent of
i,bv,uuv. itowevcr, in 189C, when a de
cision of tho United States supremo court
deprived Texas of Greer county, she made
iiu ucmanu tor indemnity, although the
...vnio ui auun a ciaim would seem to hav
been as Just as In 1850.
Prayer as a Mental Healer.
An utterance which will bo taken as
significant of the trend of scientific
thought with respect to religion was made
recent annual meeting of tho Brit
ish Medical association hv nr t n
Hyslop. head of the Bethlehem Royai
hospital In Ixindon. To quote:
An nn nllnntat ... i .,, .
First. To extend to the nnn,....m- been ;;rrir"I.i""' "as
Immutnblo foundations of civic liberty, mind, I would state that of all hygienic
..... . i j ol person, iuihuiei m counteract disturbed slecn
. of conscience, speech, union and depressed spirits and all tho miserable
Z. . "equais oi a uistrcssed mind I would un
Second. T lthout suspending tho nl- doubtedly glvo tho first place to the sim
ready ordered election to the state Doumn, P'o habit of prayer. Lot thero but
to Invito to participation In the Douma, so bo a habit of nightly communion, not ns
far ns the limited time before tho convo- a mendicant or repeater of words more
cation of tho Douma will permit, those f"IiPed t0 the tongue of a sage but as
classes of the population now completely a humble individual who submerges or as
deprived of electoral rights, leaving tho wrta his Individuality as nn Integral part
ultimate development of the principle of of greater whole Such a habit does
the elcctorlal right In general to the new- moro o clean the spirit nnd strengthen
'"m iB. legislative order of things, t'1" so"' to overcome mere Incidental cmo
rhlrd. To establish as an unchnnge- tlonallsm thnn any other therapeutic
nble rule that no law shall bo enforceable nBnt known to me."
without tho approval of the state Douma, Commenting, upon this, the Outlook
nnd that It shall be possible for the elect- W that Dr. Hyslop's competence to
cd of tho people Jo exercise real partlclpa- spoak In the name of science Is unqucs-
t on ln the supervision of the legality of tlonable and ndds, "What he affirms as
the acts of the authorities appointed by a discovery of medical science Is Identical
us- with the Immemorial faith nf
We appeal to all faithful sons of Rus- tnnt "'ere Is a place' for prayer In the
iu iciiicmui-r meir amy toward the VKr nature ot tilings.
umurinnu, l0 nm ln terminating these
unprecedented tmnMea ni.i ... nnKt..
their forces In co-oDerntlon nith ... , After the Dark Days.
the restoration of claim and peace upon When wo build our castlo some day. dear
our national soil. heart,
Given nt Peterhof, October SO. In the All the blessings we've gleaned from life
eleventh year of our reign. NICHOLAS. Shall be cloistered there, In a garden fair.
The manifesto shows that the Pmr ",c BUle saieiy parreu from strife.
Just how tho question should bo dealt pointed c" C. Warren ot witirbSt T
with Is a puzzle. I have studied the B. Glllctt of Jonesvmo nnd ?! it w.n"
problem thorouchlv nnd l.elleve tw if nf n... . "r.?"'l0..nnd Wells
BOm,.,f '?, trans-Atlantic lines should fleers tc b acted Tpo at7ext meet
establish a b e 1mm cmtlnn Kno nt in a i ... al "e next meet
other railroad systems In that region wo
would scatter tho Immigrants nmong tho
Plantations ana ranches of tho West and
A Tragedy In a Few Words.
Southwest In a way that would put an end struck anil knie , Fremont. N. H., wns
to tho objection so often raised that S nc net i f t? n, rn'lr?ad train near
New York Is being flooded with a foreign dren wh? were mn,. "ld 8'X ZUnK cMU
element that Is undesirable." ,.f". wnere motherless. Two of the
, ail ght for tlle'r father
w iuiui it U u. HIIHn nn nn n
Flro In H. A. Howo & Co.'s candy store 2? morning, started for Epplng. Thev
In Rutland Saturday caused J2000 damage. h,ad bccn at the railroad station but a
irmunnl 1?mnM. 1Q k r. -r .. Short While when thev
. a, lioaw junction n inmn , , .. ...ui. dairying
boy who was accidentally shot by a com- atooi vi toward whero they
i.j.i.uu wiiuu uocr Hunting Oct. 25, died . iuuuu out mat it con-
from his Injury. talncd tho f their father, their grief
Benjamin F. Stevens, convicted of ii.J'0."3.1" .Klnd neighbors
fnMrnitf l fit. 1 1 1 i . I iUIIUVUU lllPm frnm din Ul.l..
v4bvjr in, miiuuuL-n couniy court n mnnHori V 1 . "w
March, 1903, wts pardoned by Gov. Bell tTcomfort em elriher and trled
Ft day. Stevens's real name Is Walter nra Ttt nJT:,Jt ?..ChlIdren' " Is ld.
Way, and his homo Is In WindsorvlIIo.
at Leland & Hall's granite shed Bar title of S which MaK'i "1
fell to tha ground from a stains- n hi.' . wi"cu Maurice Francis
tanco of 20 feet Friday. strlklnT hi- hen Xt . x?."uI"ie? a.n..ea"lr. number
on a largo timber. Hewas ttto t. S. t' '1.
rgZErR T where "e d,ed from jsort of tr&srsz Ti
Henry W. Hubbard, nhont 7n M lTlLCtTe .wJth them, and of
morning at the home of his brother's In the article. ".escribed
widow. Mrs. Charles Huhhnrd nt Ten
don Centre. Mr. Hubbard had been in
mr some time. lie was lieu
tenant colonel of tho Sd Vermont vol
unteers ln tho civil war.
Tho stato board of cnttln
ore has Just tested tho herds of threo
."i8. In tne town of Richmond. Out
of 200 head on three farms belonging to
..v. ,.,, ioo worn pronounced unsound.
Another man lost B5 out nf an on
other lost Si out of 60. Eight carloads pf
condemned cattle have been shipped fto
Massachusetts, to bo killed at rendering
I'ru CO Babcock. of the f.n,,,.,.
. . ' """""ngion, says that it is
probable that tho company will remain
in Bennington, erecting a new mln
company desires a one-story structure
on nccunt of tho convenience of such a
...... auu ma uroater incuities afforded In
handling heavy frolcht. The m
of the company, which was bought by the
Cooper Manufacturing Co., will soon be
rn nr,7 2X1 """ting mm, empioy.
Charles Blouln. 21. nf Tlrnwnlncytnn ...l.
nrenf tn a.... L - . ."""'""'
oi.I. ii ,l nuni aeer Friday, ac
cidentally shot himself. Ho entered an
a,rn,.vl!,onfd,house mpany with his
brother-in-law, B. Prevoncher. and by
standing on an upper floor timber at
tempted with tho butt of his gun to
knock lath nnd plastering from tho cell
ing or tho room below. Tho hammer
caught nnd discharged the gun. The
bullet entered the left ton, ' "2
our, Kiiung nira instantly.
Sheriff Jamea Q. Grlften of Arlington
was seriously wounded in nn ,ti,n
accident in Wllllamstown, Mass., Friday.
..v. ..u,,l(s iu uennington with J. H.
Vaughn of Bennington and w. tt mn..
pf Wllllamstown. Tho automobito caught
no.aton1ith6.fron.t.part broko- throw
ing Mr. Grlffen into the road in front of
tho machine. The automobile dragged
XA.Ti v" "'"""'co "wore me machine
could bo stopped. Hla back and neck
nsrsm ter "jd
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Sold Everywhere. In boxei 10c, and 85c.
has bowed to the Inevitable and that some
mind stronger than his own Hletnte ih.
uucumem. lie practically yields every
thing civil liberty, the Inviolability of
person, and liberty of conscience, speech
nnd assembly. He not only converts tho
farcical Imperial Dourna with only con
sultative power Into a true legislative as
sembly, without the assent of which no
mtMiHure Biiaii become law and hefnm
When wo build this castle some day,
Tho Jewels of Joy wo havo known
Shall sparkle In halls and on vine-clad
From whence all tho sorrows have flown.
In this wonderful castle somewhere, bravo
which ill mmVnt-i n L'ro The. year, that now wildly flee
answer, but promises, eventual!-, ml. ''a" roll, as a pure, whlto scroll
versal suffrnce. -.. 1H a goiaon eternity.
Tho nnnn.ineomont fm. o. . Bertha McDonald.
that nil political prisoners whose relejmn
at this time would not Imperil public T"8 harder a mar works tho Ies3 time
uiuer nre to do set free. Is a good start " nua la act moan.
iur tno new regime ln Russia, Premier
Wltte Is reported ns working hard, on the
Initial difficulties of his great task, and
receiving congratulations In a way which
shows ho appreciates the chances of
failure. The reform manifesto Is received
with great favor by n large part of Rus
sia, but thero Is nn inevitable disposition
ln some quarters to withhold Judgment
until tho czar's latest promises snow
evidence of being actually carried out.
White Women Murdered
Fleeing from Chinese Highbinders ln
iorK. iucy Hoaepury, 2G, white, who
says she Is the wife ot a Chinese cigar
merchant in Mott street, that city, de
clared nt "Washington Friday that she
was warned bv a. white wtfa nf nnn.t...
Chnlaman that the Highbinders had de
cided that sho knew too much and was
to bo killed. She gathered up somo
money, told her husband she was going
to a store across the street, and departed
for homo in tho South. Several v..h
ago she went to New York ln search of
work. She was young, good looking and
from tho country. Sho mot the China
man she afterward married, she said,
while under the Influence of opium. Dur
ing her life with him ha lea marl kl
Baby's Awful Suffering from Eczema
Could Not Hold Her Tore
Face and Arms Almost to Pieces
Grateful Mother Says:
SAVED HER LIFE"
"When my littlegirl was six months
old. she had eczema. w v,o,i ....a
iiuiHiiugo ana consequently much of the cold rrMm. j ZnT 7 j , "
doings of Chinamen In New York. X lDS li U kln d rcr?ed.
said she had knowledge of four white id her any good ; In fact,
women who had been murdered by their pt getting worse. I used to
Chinese husbands because they "knew wraP ner hands up, and when I would
too much," nnd their bodies disposed of aressher, I had to put heron the table.
In suit cases. The Boston suit for I could not linW u ct. u
mystery which has baffled the polloa Bhe kick, and scream, and when she eoulrl
believed to bo another of such cases. she would tear her face and S
almost to pieces. I used four boxes of
K. II. Harrlman's sDecIal t rain In I t-uticura Ointment, twn ml'.. t r...r
which Miss Alice Roosevelt was n 'n... euro Soar), and pv ber r..:
Hel6vhe r-Un i0?1 w.eik frora San Resolvent, and she was cured, and I
Francisco to New York In 73 hours. see no traces of the hum, i7r Ti
truthfully say that they have saved
her life, and I should ndvjse any one
aufferinc as she did, to give Cutlcura
FIVE YEARS LATER
Mrs. Conrad Writes
"It is with pleasure that I can in
form you that the cure has been Per
manent. It is now six years since she
rM C7?,d' 5nd there ho bn no re.
ot thf disease since. I have ad
vised a lot of friends to use Cutlcura
in all diseases of the skin."
Instant relief, and refreshing aleen
for skin.tortnred babies, and lest fo?
2f5h VvJ?04 Sothe. in warm baths
with Cuticura Soap and eentie anoint
ings with Cuticuroblnffit, tteSrt
elctn cure. This is the purcstawS.
SSTliL' ?emant, and S
Alter neanng nis teachnr nvntoin t-
the class room the meaning of the word
... , , ., uui iuii miitn, i .1 . rp.nrn.ii
to his homo . ln Pelham. Mn
nn.1 Vl., v.i . : .'
. vl ' iiuiia--u ironi a. nmDer in his
father s barn. It Is thought that ho was
experimenting with thn nm
cldentally hanged himself.
The ninth correctional tribunal of tho
Seine at Paris Thursday sentenced Kllott
Fitch Shepard, son of tho late Col. Elliott
: fi"u ui ew iorK ana grandson
of the lato W. H. Vanderbllt, to three
months' imprisonment and $120 fine and
to pay J1000 damages to the parents of
Madeline Marduel. killed bv Rh.
automobile at St. Rouen In April.
President Roosevelt had
cape from death Frldav whsn th. ii.,,
house tender Magnolia, on which he was
munis uunveyea irom jmow Orleans to the
cruiser West Virginia, lying off tha Mis
slsslppl delta, collided with thn rv..tt
steamship Esparto. The President was
not Injured, but the Magnolia was so badly
damaged that It wob necessary to boach
Aiiumer ooai xooK tne President to
the battleship West Vlnrlnbu nnn ,
om.iou ua nis voyags xo Norfolk.
A nlo thing about friends la th
jtching. burning, ae.fv. Sd
auu pimpiy eicin and
Beware of "Cheap" Cream
There was never so much talk of "cheap" separators. It may
woll be said that the De Laval has Its numerous imitators on the
tun, and that most of them are Hearing the end of their race. All
are offering cut after cut in prices, and making most desperate
efforts to unload machines at any cost.
Of course you want a cheap separator. But be sure you know
what cheapness means. It means more in a separator than in
anything else, because the use of a poor machine means WASTE
every time milk is put through it.
Don't lose sight of the importance of CAPACITY, and re
member always that ln proportion to actual capacity the De Laval
is the cheapest separator made. In addition It saves its cost while
others waste theirs, and it will last ten times as long.
Remember too, that you have got to have new wearlne uarl
for a separator, frequently for a poor one, and that most so callM
"cheap" machines now offered will be off the market in a year or
two. Then your "cheap" machine must go straight to the "Hint
heap". ' K
There was never a better time than now to buy a good sen
arator, as with the season of high butter prices ahead, It will half
save its cost in otherwise wasted butterfat before sprinz But
don't be tempted to buy one of the "paste diamond" class that
will soon be worth no more than its weight in scrap iron and will
have wasted instead of saved its cost while you did use i't.
The best is more Uuly the cheapest in cream separators than
in anything else. Send today for catalogue and name of nearest
local agent. 1
The De Laval Separator Co.
NEW ENGLAND AGENTS)
STODDARD MFG. CO.
74 CORTLANDT ST.,
r -nil n i limn
Vegetable Pr eparalionior As -simulating
ting the S toinachs andBowcls cT
ness and itesMjontains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
A perfecl Remedy forConsBpa
llon , Sour Stomadi.Diarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish
ncss and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
For Infants and Childrfin
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
A For Over
wi hw wi&iii
Pianos and Organs.
Having procured space in the Jewelry Store of H. H.
Thompson, at 79 Main street. I am now prepared to fur
nish, to old customers or hew,
Pianos of the Best Makes,
at prices to suit.
Also Organ Bargains on Hand.
W. B. EDDY.
To Those Seeking Investment
That combines safety with prompt payment of income, this com
pany is prepared to offer an excellent service. Our first mortgage
loans will not exceed 40 per cent, of actual value of security, are ac
cepted only after our own personal inspection, and because of their
conservative and non-speculative character are especially desirable
for the investment of savings and trust funds. We are under the
direct supervision of the savings bank examiner.
VERMONT LOAN & TRUST COMPANY.
F. B. PUTNAM. Gen. Agt. " Brattleboro, Vt.
R- J- KIMBALL & CO.
7 Nassau St., New York,
Moro than 30 Year' Mnmhn..hln
In tho NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
Mil MH 1rn .V. a t. . J
W. EUGENE KIMBALL.