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VERMONT WATCHMAN& STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1909
THAT AUTO RIDE will uot be appreciated uu luss you get a pair of our Goggles! Great tbings O kcep the dut ottt of your eycs. Try a pair. Have you seen our linc of FMd Glasses All sizes and prices. STONE, The Jeweler 1R QtMo .Qtrcaf Excursion to Misl?qtlui Park. S c Advcrtisi'incn on page 5. IS CERTAIFJLY CDMING ! THE QUICK PULSED, l caledonia! S COUNTY FAIR SEPTEMBER, 14, 15' 16, '09. NO OKE CAfi AFFORD TO MISS IT II 8 GoorJ Races vrlth purscs of $28.00 with 4 itiko racei of $500 oach cloisd wllh larga field of horwi. Guarantee thit ths clait racet muit flll, and will glva you ths best races ever lesn on our track. Trt Management have engjjed of thi B. K. Keith Eoiklng Co.' the following ipeclal attract iom: DeVELDE AND ZELDA Artlltlc Equllibrlits THE DESSIE VELDARE TRO'JPE WorlJ RcnowneJ Bicyclitti. Six Feminlne Winrdt of ths Blcyele. PROF. C. C. BONNETTE Makei Two Dalloon Ascenslcns with hli double Parachute Drop. Our Llve Stoclc Departmcnt promlm to be the bast ever. With a very hot competition of County clastci. OurCattle Show has alwayi been a special attractlon, and we won't ditappolnt you thls ycar. EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILRoTdS W. A. RICKER, Prnt., L. W. HASTINGS, Sec. BOSTON DERBY (Uee. saBjl ERE'S one of our New Fall Derbies. It's oue of the shap Hest and most dressy pleces of headwear a man ever got under, H It's The Season's Favorite $2.50 We'vc otlier blocks iu sevcral good styles. Wc fit cvcry head tliat comcs lo us, with (lio right sort of Hut-a Hat tliat is in keeping with tho age, style and dress of tlio wearer. PRESIDENT DERBY at $2.00 at $3.00 Wo've fionio vcry new and swell styles in Sqfl Ilats. Soft Hatu aro always popuhir and in great demand for Fall Scason, ..SOFT HATS.. at 50c, 95c, $1,45 $1.95, $2.50 The People's Clolhlng Store E.LSEGEL&CO. 22 Hain St.. Montpelier, Vt. BOSTON DERBY MONTPELIER MARKETS Prices At Wholesale. Eggs-... Duttcr. . . Potatocs. Becf 27 28 75 50 Lamb 10-11 Vcal Mutton... I'ork Chickcns. Fowls.... 8-0 7-8 0-10 18 15 Prices At Retall. per hundrctl Cornmoat 3 1.00 Mixcd fccd 1.50-00 Bran 1.40 Middlings.; 1.45-75 Cotton secd mcal Linsccdmcal Glutcn Oats, porbushel.. Cliickcn whcat.... .80 .75 .00 .50 .00 .25 .50 Flour. Bread Flour Wintcr patent A COOL MONTH Weather Bureau Makes Summary of August Weather Nine Clear Days August Weather Nine Clear Days Following is the mctcrological summary for the month of August, as made out by the Northfield weather station. The high cst tempcraturo of the month was 89 degrccs on the Sth; thclowcst,31 dc grees on tho 31st; the grcatest daily range, 3S, on the 2nd. The mean of the month for the past 23 ycars averagcd 03 degrccs. Tlic total prccipita(ion was 2.53. Grcatest precipitatiou in 24 hours. 77 on the Sth and 0th. The maximum vcl oeity of tho wind was 30 miles an liour from the northwest on tho 20th. Tlicrc wcrc nine clear days, 15 partly cloudy and sevcn cloudy,and 11 days upon which .01 inch, or more, fcll. Thund er stbrms aro reported on the 20th and 20th, hcavy frost on the 31st, fogs onthe 22nd and 28th. RECEIVED i.joo FOR INJURY Peter Hendrickson's Case Against the Ccntral Vermont Railroad Settled Yes terday Tlio case of Peler Ilcndiickson against fie Cen'ral Vermont railroad company was stttlcd ycstcrday by the company pjying Mr. Hendrickson 51,100 in settle m'lit of liis claim. Mr Hondricksoii's ground for damagcs was injurics receivcd IX-cembcr 4,1007, whcn he was cmploycd as u lumpcr at the Stephcn and Girard plant in Barre. Mr. Hcndrickson was worktng loading a car with granite, whcn the sliiftingcrew in the yard ran into the shcd, catching him, and injuring one lig sevcrtly. lt. A. Hoar, of Barre, was Mr. Hendrickson's attorney iu the case. DIED IN NEW YORK Mrs. Lucinda Bemis Was The Mother of Frank Bemis, of This City Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bemis kft last cvcning for Schuylerville, N. Y. callcd by (hc dca'.h of Mrs. Lucinda Bemis, Mr. Bemis' mother. Slic had suiTercd thrce shocks in recent ycars and dird on Wed nesday. Shc was about 00 years of age and leavcs a husband, thrce sons, Frank, John, and Augustus, and two daughters, Mrs. Herbcrt Quick, and Miss Lena. Shc was a woman liighly respccted in Schuycrville. Excursion ot Missisquoi Park. See Advertisement on pagc 5. HIGH SCHOOL OPENS TUESDAY Tlie Hiirh School reopens next Tuesday, September 7th and in tho afternoon, tho freshmen class will rcceivo a suitable introduction to the unnerclass men along tho lines introduccd by fonner classes. On Wcdnesday, the class will be mvested with the sehool colors, a pretty ccremony which is carricd through by tho class presidcnts and on Friday comcs the annual flag rush, whcn the Sophomorcs defend the flair from the attacks of the mcominc class. If the Freshmen win out, thcy aro per ... i , i i. millCU lo wear uiuir uiuaa uuuiciuia hju rjmainder of the ycar. Excursion to Missisquoi Park. Sce Ad vertisement on page 5. A NEW P1PE-ORGAN Ono of tho many features in "Uncle Da vo Holcomb, " tho home-spun rural dra ma which comcs to tho Blanchard Opcra IIouso on Tuesday, Scpt. 7, which will add to tho rcalism of the play, will be a largo three-manucl ii)e-organ, thirty stops, built by the cclebratcd Mason & Hamlin Organ Company of New York. This organ has bccn built cxprcssly for William Lawrence for tliis production, to be used iu the mccting house sccnc in the third act. Mr.Lawrenco hassparcd neither monoy nor cfforts to mako this production equal in ovcry way to its predecessors, "Way Down East," "Shoro Acres" and "The Old llomestcad," in which ho has been playing tho character of "Uncle Josh" for tho past fivo ycars. Excursion to Missisquoi Park. Seo Advcrtisenicnt on pago 5. Laihks Atii) Gi;ntli:mi:n: You aro cordially invitcd to attcnd a dancing party to bo givcn this cvcning by Company II, at Armory Hall, and to attcnd tho scries of dances to bo given through tho wintcr. Tlio ntusio will bo furnishcd by tho Montpelier Mill tary Orchcstra. Rcspcctfully, Dancing Committeo, Tickkts SOccnts. Ladics frco. Sept. 1, 3t "Tlio servant problein" is bad enough if you aro a want ad. answer but lt is too much for you if you aro not. IT IS A BAD CONSCIENCE which necds tho supcrnatural toVakcn it. Thero is somclhing lacking iu your business judgmcnt if you do not npprovo Life Insurance, and soincthing wrong In your heart if you do not takc somc. 00th ycar. Natlonal Lifo Insurance Company, Montpelier, Vt. (Mutual). WEATHEH Fair Friday, incrcasing cloudincss Sat urday, light var'iable winds. LOCAL EVENTS Sept. 4 The Club mccts with F. J. Brownscombe. Scpt. 0 Labor Day bascball at Intcr city Park. Oct. 0-7 Annual Convcntion Vermont Branch Woman's Auxiliary of Episcopal church. STATE EVENTS Sept . 5 Oiiening of annual convcntion of Universalist Cliurches of Vermont nnd Provinfe of Quebec at Bellows Falls. Sept. 0 Dedication of Soldicrs Monu mcnt at Milton. Sept. 7-0 Windsor County Fair ut Woodstock. Sept. 7-10 Orleans County Fair at Barton. Scpt. 14 Annual mccting I.amuille Baptist Association at Fairfax. Scpt. 14 Annual session Third Ver mont Hcgimcnt lleunion Association at St. Jolmsbury. Sept. 14-1G Dog rivcr valley fair at Northfield. Sept. 15-10 Annual meeting Vermont Electric Association at Burlington. Sept. 14-10 Caledonia county fair at St. Jolmsbury. Scpt. 17. Annual midsummcr outing of Vermont Fish and Game Leaguc at Bluff Point, N. Y. Sept. 20-22 Baptist Slate Annivcr- sarics at St. Albans. Sept. 21-24. Statc Fair at White llivcr Junction. Sept. 2S-30 Valley fair a Brattleboros Oct. 7 Annual mccting Vermont Asso ciation of Local Fire Insurance Agcnts at Hartford. LOCAL BRIEFS Miss Henrictta llichnrdson is visiting in Newport and northein New York. State ConmiNsioncr of Agrictilture O. L. Mart in, of Plainfield, was in town ycslc rday afternoon. Mr. Martin speaks liighly of Frcd L. Davis, the nwly appointed cattle commissioncr, and thinks ho will fill the posilion admirably. Jamcs Guare and two sons, of New York City, rcturn to their honie today after a fcw days' stay in town as the gucsts of Mr. Gitare's motht r, Mrs. Sarah Guare. Miss Ethel Bullcr, who undcrwent a slight opcration on hcr throat a short t ime ago, has rcsumcd work intlie Vermont Mutual oiliccs. John S!arkcy, of Springfidd, Mass., is visiting in town. The Kniglns of Columbus are discussing a suitable cdebration of Discovcry Day, October 12th. Edward Hoadky, of this city, and Paul Hoadley, of Waterbury, have purchascd of William Bichards, the log house on liis farm in Duxbury aboiU thrce milcs from Waterbury village. This house was built by thcir grand father and thcir father, M. A. Hoadley, was born tlicrc. The purchasers plan to make a summer camp of the building. Miss Mildrcd Hutchinson, of Wateibury, was tho recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Wing. Misses Ethel and Gertrudo Miller, of Waterbury, were recent gucsts of friends in town. Miss lluth Ellis has bcgun hcr school term, tcaching in the fechool at Topsham. M. F. Eberhardt. of New York, has been the guest ofr a few days of Mr. and Mrs.,C. V. Kent, at their homc on iNortli field strect. Prof. William A. Wheaton, of St. Paul. Minn.. who has been spending the summer at the home of his brother, Charles Wheaton, in Barre, was in town yesterday afternoon on his return home. Prof. Wheaton has rcsuled in bt. Paul 25 years, going thcre from Barre. Mrs. S. N. Bliss and Mrs. I' . K. llastings spent yesterday in Middlesex, tho gucsts of Mrs. I. U. Dcnsmore. Irs. Abbie Palmer, who has been visit ing her son W. E. Palmer, of this city, retumed to her home in Waterbury ycstcrday. Henry Carbo and Hariy Lyons aro to play ball with tho Greensboro team to morrow and with tho Hardwick team Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Bachcldcr go to Old Orchard Beach to-morrow for a two wecks' vacation with Mr. Bachclder's relatives. Jamcs Towle defeatcd Roland Blan chard at tho Country Club tennis court yesterday afternoon in two sets of smgles which constitutcd tho finals in the M. II. S. open handicap tennis tournament. This is tho sccond tournament which Towle has won this summer, tho fonner being tho Country Club tournament, which ho won handily from William Smith, tho fonner champion. An automobile party containing George Mabbctt, A. Atwood, II. S. Portcr and J. M. Jackson stopped iu this clty ycstcr day afternoon on their way to Wood stock whcro members of tho party havo a cottago. Tho mccting of tho Apollo Club, which was scheduled to bo hcld last cvcning iu tho rooni3 of tho club, was postponcd indcfinitely on account of tho fact that thcro was not a quorum prescnt, Dr, and Mrs. Georgo D. Whcelcr, of Melroso. Mass.. who havo bcon snendinK tho suminr inonths in camp at Greensboro, wero in town rcccntly on their way home. They mado tho trip by automobile. Mrs. Whecler is tho sister of 1), a. Wlicalloy. Chlldren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R I A CHURCH CELEBRATES CENTENNIAL First Congregatlonal Church of St. Jolms bury Observcs looth Anniversary of Its Organlzatlon Glft of $10,000 Fund Announccd (Spcclal to the Journal) St. Jolmsbury, Vt., Sept. 2 The old First Congrcgational Chureh is to-day cclcbrafing tlio ccntrnnial of church or ganization in this town, and the building is tho only ono of rcal historic intercst in the town. The church cdificc is n trille ovcr 100 ycars old, having bccn crccted in 1802 as a HKcting house. The actual dalo of organizalion is Novcmbcr 21, bt.t for many icasons it is tbought btst to observc the cen'cnnial carlitr in the season and this datc was choscn. Thcre are many formcr pas ors and old friends prcsciU and the day will be a mcmorablc one fcr those in'crcsicd in these serviccs, and thcy have come from all the counlry round. The morning program includcd a wdcomc by the rcsident pastor, Ikv. J. K. Kil houm; praycr by Hev. E. G. Frcnch, of Lyndonville; an historical address by Hov. E. T. Fairbanks, D. D., of St. .Jolmsbury, who was pastor of the church from 1SG8 to 1874; grcctings from the Caledonia County Ministerial Associafion by tlio rcgistrar, Btv. W. C. Clark, of Lyndon; singing "All Ilail tho Powcr of Jcsus' Namc,"'and the bcnrdictioiu At noon the ladics of tho church scrvcd dinncr at the church, the honorary chair man of tho commiftce being Mrs. Eliza Hanney, the oldcst living mcmbcr of the church. She is in hcr 04th ycar, but her young appcarancc and great intercst in all the serviccs of tho day made hcr the contcr of altraction of both rcsidenfs and visitnrs. At two o'clock the exerciscs wcro resumcd with a dcvotional scrvice led by Hov. S. G. Barncs, D. D., of St. Johnsbury, pastor of the South Congrcgational Church; Hev. Pcrrin B. Fisk, of Plainfield, a formcr pastor, rcad a paperon " Puritnn Psalmody and tho Musical Ministrics of the Ccn tury," during which somc of tho hymns of 100 years ngo were sung. Grcctings wtre givcn from the North and South churchcs at St. Johnsbury, both of which are off springs from the old church. Hev. C.H. Mcrrill, D.D., of St.Johnsbury, sec-retary of the Vermont Domsslic Mis sionary Socicty, brought a mcssage from that socicty, arid there were grcctings from formcr pastors, sister churchcs and old friends. Hev. George W. C. Ilill, D. D., pastor of the North church, s))oke on "The Twcn'.icth C( n ury Chureh." On Sept. 2, 1S02, he citizcns of this town mct and votcd to raise SS50, payable in good whcat a. the ran ket piice for the purpose of building a house for holding town mcctings. The land was givcn by Licut. Thomas Picrce and it was situa'cd ncar his house west of this village. The building was raiscd in tlio autumn of 180 1, and the raising was a great cvtnt in this conununity. At the setting of the sun Zibe Tute ascended one of the lafters. stood on his hcad at the cnd of the ridge pole and aftcr cmptying the contcnts of his flask, he dcscendrd head downwanls to Ihe ground. The shinglcs uscd in this building were takcn from a single tree. Tlicrc were 51 pews on the ground floor and 25 in the galleries. The purchasers wcrc of diffcrcnt dcnominations and with the owncrship wcnt a licn on tho use of the house, as opportunity might occur, for prcaching of the purchascr's favorite sort. The highcst price paid for a pew was S137. The floor pews brought $010.50 and the gallcry S170. The building stocd on a high hill for 41'ycars and in 1845 was movcd to its present location. The g ound floor was uscd for all town meetings until 1855. For a time the building fcll into disuse, but latcr it was takcn down and removcd and iU prescnt sitc is ncar the little graveyard where the rcmain of Licut. Picrce rcst.togethcr with those of otlier Rcvolutionary soldiers. After five years of desultory prcaching six mcn and thrce womcn were organizcti as the First Church of St. Johnsbury. It was sfx ycars beforc thcy had a pastor, Hev. Pearson Thurston being installcd in 1815. Hc was dismisscd in 1817 owing to ill hcalth. It was 15 ycars bcfore his successor was installcd, making only two years out of 23 with a pastor's scrvice. From this church have sprung the North church organizcd in 1825, the church at St. Johnsbury East organizcd in 1840, and the South church organizcd in 1851. In 1002 the church was extensivcly rc paired and rededica'cd. The old pulpit was then repaircd togethcr wilh the com munion tablc and in them the church now has two bcautiful old picccs of fumiture. Anothcr rclic is a brass chaudclicr that was put into the church whcn it was movcd from tho hill. At tho close of Dr. Fairbank's historical address he announccd tho gift of 510,000 from Charles Hosmcr Morsc, of Chicago, son of tho lac Dcacon John Morse, for- m mcrly of this town, to be uscd for the su-p port of prcaching, and to be known is tho John Morse Mcmorial fund. Rev. Dr, Fairbanks and Frank II. Brooks, also of St. Johnsbury, aro to have charge of this fund and a deacon from this church is to be sclcctcd to aid thcm. BICYCLE RIDER ARRESTED Must Answer to Charge of Rlding on Sidewalks, in City Court Today An arrest was made yesterday afternoon, by tho local authoritics, of a boy living on Berlin strect for allcged riding'ou the sido walk. Tho boy's name is Martin Aja and it is chargcd that ho is continually ridiug his bicyclo on tho sido walk iu that vicinity to tho dctriment of tho passers by. Tho fmo for this offcnso is from $5 to $25. Grand Juror' Burton E. Bailcy intcnds to rid tho city of ameuaco to pedestrians and will push all such cascs reported to him. Tho Aja boy will nppear beforo Judgo Harvey in tho City Court at 0 o'clock this morning. Womcn itcaders are to be glvon attentlon ln the Montpelier Journal. A dopartinent dovotod to them will be added at onco. A trlal order Bollclted. r FRIDAY and SATURDAY S Dozen White Tailored LAWN WAISTS, with wide plalts, and Lluen Collar. riRttlarSi 25 mtmber FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 5 Dozeu White Tai orcd LISEN WAISTS, wilh wide plaits, Linen Collar, and Laundered Cuffs.worth 2 00 each FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.... FALL SUITS NOW The Guarunteed Garments made by (Wooltex) & A. DAVIS & CO. CHARGES ARE DENIED Col. May E. Chayer Never Tried to Collect Money in the Name of the Salvation Army fc M ' Iu Wcdnesday moming's Journal, there appearcd an articlc containing a warning from Capt. Annio Huckins, of the local corps of the Salvation Army, relatiyc to a ccrtain woman now traveling in this vicinity collccting f unds,as she claimed, under the name of the Salvation Army. Tlio statcmcnt of Capt. Huckins warned tho public against contributing to the cause represented by tho woman, furthcr insinuating that she was practicing a dcccption. Col. May E. Chayer, who is soliciting f,a fr tlio Ilnion Volunteer Mission, stated to a representativo of tlic Journal Thursday afternoon that the wamitif, sppinrd to bc directed acamst ncr, as she is the accreditcd representativo of the Union Volunteer Mission, and has been soliciting funds for that institution in this city. She wears a uniform of hcr ordcr and while it is not like the Salvation Army uniform a easual obscrver might confound tho two. Col. Chayer wishes to statc through tlio mnliiiin of the Journal, that she is solicting for an incorporated, legal work and never at any time or any place, in the New England States, has shesolicited funds under tho name of the Salvation She furthcr stated that in hcr opinion, the statement from the Army was given out of pure spite and jealousy. She denicd emphatically any dishonesty or irrcgularity m hcr mctlioii. Coloncl Chayer exhibited her crcden tials at tho Journal olfice and they appear to bc genuine. Shc cxpects that Commander R. I. Cummiugs, her supcrior ofliccr, will arrive in the city today to substanti- atc her statcments. A. and L. Lightning Cleaner rcmoves stains from wearing apparcl. Buy it of any druggist you please. Adv Excursion to Missisquoi Park. Sce Advertisement on page 5. TAILED IN BURLINGTON 'Sleeping Lucy" Placed in Cell for Safe Keeping Until She Awakens stn.r.;niT T.1K.V" whose drowsincss u..vjt..(, - ( cr, tiniMi trnnhlo to local authonties llUUabU D - arrived in Burlington from Montpelier - - 1 l-,,le Wcdnesday atternoon anu wus i.cu in jail for safe keeping. According to tho Frco Press"Joscphino saysshe origin ally came from Bradford. Shc appears only half awake at any time and takcs " . i? lf no intercst wliatevcr in ncr surrounuings. Urnnd station. she 1ll(i tV immcdiately began one of hcr famous sleeping stunts and Baggagc Mastcr Stradcr, a special officer, placed hcr out of tho way ot liarm. Excursion to Missisquoi Park. See Advertisement on pago 5, Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY RETURNS. J. R. Gilkerson, sccretary of tho Y. M. C. A., rcturncd from Silvcr Bay, N. Y'., Wcdnesday noon. Mr. Gilkerson speaks vcry highly of Silvcr Bay as a summer resort, and also as a place for instruc tion. There have been about 3,000 pco plu instructed in physical culturo and Y. M. C. A. work at Silvcr Bay this year. Tho coursc consists of the thcory of phy sical culturo, taking up nnatomy, phy-siologj- nnd Y. M. C. A. work. Tho coursc is intcnded to givo tho Y. M. C. A.secrc taries and ihysictd directors lots of new ideas for their work during tho year. Mr. Gilkerson thinks tho cxpericnce gained at Silvcr Bay will bo vcry valuable in hU work hero. Tho numbcr taking tho August courso was 450. Tho place is an ideal spot for a camp. and tho instruc tion was of tho bcst. SIGNED OFF BONDS City Councll Sent Them Yesterday to the City Trust Company of Boston Tho city council signcd off tho City Hall bonds yestciday and havo sent them to tho City Trust Conipany, of Boston, Mass., which will ccrtify them. Tho bonds signcd off Includcd 20,000 of S500 bonds and 100 of $1,000 bonels, numbered conso cutivcly from 1 to 140. Ono of tho bankcrs intercsted in tho matter, called in the city yesterday ln coiifcrcuco with tho oflicials. SPECIALS H ALL SIZES: ALL ST0CKS STR0N6 Bad Cotton Reports Had No Effect On Prices, Which Remained Firm From Opening To Close of Market Advances Made After Report Was Published New York, Scpt. 2 Stocks were strong from tho opening until the close of the market. A bad cotton had 110 effect 011 prices, which made thcir grcatest advancc aftcr the report was published. At the close ,the gains rangcd from 1-2 in Ccntral Leather to 1 3-8 in Union Pacific. OIT.NINO XLOSK Atchison 117 1-2 US 5-8 Amcrican Lomocotivc. . 74 1-2 71 Amcr. Tel. & Tcl 14 1 1-1 141 Anacondn Mining Co.. . 47 3-1 48 3-8 Ballo&Ohio 117 1-2 117 5-8 Amalgamated Coppcr. . S3 1-4 M 1-2 Canadian Pacific 1S2 1-S 1S2 1-2 Ccn lal Leather 41 1-2 44 3-S New York Ccni 1 a! . 13S 1-1 130 Dekware & Hliis&u. . . .101 1-2 1C2 Erie 35 3-8 30 Gencial Ekcuic 1GS 1-S 10S 1-8 Great Northein H'y. . . .153 3-S 153 1-1 Great Northcni Orc.... Sl 1-1 Sl 3-4 Consolidated Gas 140 1-1 140 3-1 Illinois Ceniral 155 155 1-S Union Pacific 200 3-1 201 7-8 Unitcd Stalcs Stcel 77 1-2 7S 5-8 Louisville & Nasliville. .151 3-1 152 Missouri Pacific 73 73 Chicago & N. W. ....... 100 100 1-2 N. Y., N. 11. &: 11 Noiie Nor. Pacific 155.7-5 150 Ontario & Wcstcrn 4S 48 1-1 Pennsylvania H. H 140 3-S 140 7-S People's Gas 115 5-S 115 5-8 Rock Ibland 30 1-1 39 1-2 Hock Island Pref 70 3-S 70 3-S I C.' M. & St. P 157 157 1-2 ! S. Pa 12S 5-S 129 ISou. lt'y 30 3-4 31 'St. L. &S. F. Pref None Reading 159 3-S 101 1-S CARR-WILSON Qulet Wedding Occurs at Home of Bride on Bailey Avenue in This City A very quict wedding occurred last evening at the hcme of E. M. Nichols on I Bailey Avenue at 8 o'clock, when. Harriet I Wilson, their daughter, was unitcd in mar j riage to Ira Catr, also of this city. The ' ccremony was pcrformcd by Dr. J. Edward Wright, in the prcsencc of a few relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carr will rcsidc on First avenue. STATE CENSUS SUPERVISORS A Complete List of the Men Who Have Had Charge of Vermont Enumeration? Through tho kindness of Congressman Frank Plumlcy, who has obtained from Dircctor E. Dana Duraiul the names of tho first two supcrvisors or marshals in charge of taking the Vermont ccnsus, tho Journal is able to givo the complete list from the admission of tho State into tho Union, in 1791, whcn a special enumeration was takcn, to 1900, Tlie list follows: 1791, Louis R. Morris. 1S01, John Willard. 1810, John Willard. 1820, Hcrman Allcn. 1830, II. Lowry. ' 18-10, II. Lowry. 1850, John Pcttcs. . 1800, Lewis S, Partridge. 1870, George P. Foster. 18S0, Franklin G. Butterficld. 1890, Marshall D. Howo. 1900, Waltcr B. Gatcs. Every storo givcs you a glimpso of tho immediato futurc affordingj these days an idca of what you'll wcar, and use, , littlo latcr in tho scason. Lot your incrcased advcrtising fore shadow your hopcs of incra so.l busincss Bvery boy that has got a pair of the Red Leather Bass 1111711 Out Shoes has dry ' feet. No rubbers. Best she for boys to' wear to school ever made. Bvery pair wananted. For sale only at B. M. SHEPARD CO. 21 STATE ST. 79cts $1.25 HERE II. BLOCK & CO., J ' " Munlcipal Amenities. A member of tbo Isle of Wlght board of gunrdlans thus answercd a collcaguo from whom ho had recelved what ho took to ho an Insult: "I nm not a blggor fool than you are, and I do not come hero to be made a target for a ceusorlous, cautankcrous, scurri lous, lnsolnnt and lllltcrato cad from a Vcntnor stable. Mr. Chalrman, lf you will allow him to turu upon me the rapler of lnsult, I sliall plungc Into him tho dagger of sarcnsm, and It will not be my fault lf lt does not go to tho ulltr St. Jauies Gazette. I Bfanchard's Opera Houselj Tuesday Evening, Sept. 7th WILLIAM LAWRENCE Succeaeor to DEN'MAX TIIOMP -ON", as "Uncle Josh" in "The Old Homestead" Presentlnif His Liteat Characterijatlon lly Wm. Lawrence acj Jlrj. Annie Audroa Hawley. Juat a gocd as "T1.0 Old Horaettead" "Way Dowu Kaat", ' Shore A'rV' Eiceptlonal Slrong Cast And E'aborate rcen'c Production n r r lb iiiKmaMa i ril Tbo Villiaise Orche 71 P f Tne Country Danc U LL Tha Uanreater In The Milkmalda Qnartctte i Orcheatra ' Dance 1 i Operatlon i Prices 35c to $1.00 CLASS1FIED ADVERTISEMENTS Notlces advertlalng ''To Rent, rot Sale,",,Lost," "Found.'Votc." In sorted under thls head at the rate of 25o porfour llnos for flratlnaer tlon, flvooenta for each subseaent Insertlon. Countslxwordsor chr acters to the llne. TTANTED. WANTED A good waiiress at tl e Lenox. WANTED At once, teachers for all grades, No charge till locatcd. Amcrican Teachers' Agency, 21 Besso Pl., Spring field, Mass. AVANTED At once, ncar car line, a modem house or flat furnishcd or un furnishcd, no small childrcn. HELP WANTED MALE WANTKU VounK mcn to learn automobile buslness by mail uml prepare for imdition as rlmfTeurs nnd repair men. We make you expert in ten pek; nssit you to secure poaition. I'oy b!g; work pleasant demand for men sreat; rea fional)le; writo for iiarticulara Bnd aample lexson Kmpirc Automobile Institute. Hochester. N, Y AN LADY can ensily make from $18.00 to $25. 00 per week workinn for me nuictly in her own home locality. Thia is n bona fide offcr-one which will pay you to inveatiRate, even if you can only fhnre two bours per day, No investment re quired. Tumyourpparotimointomoney, Write me nt once for pnrticulnrg, Addreis MAHHIKT M.H1C11AHDS, Hox 30, Woman' lluilding, Joliet, Illinois. FOR SALE. FOR SALE IIouso and lot, 13 Vine strect ono of tho best locations in tho city. Apply to F. P. Kelton. FOR SALE. Gasolino Engino and Log Saw Hig. Engino is 5 h. p. Inquiro of C. C. Taft, 1 Barre street. 105 tf. FOR SALE Ollvor typewrlter, porfect condltlon, low price. S. B. Leland, 58 State St (Up ono fllght.) Oct. 1. 06. "UNCLE DAVE" "Uncle Davc Holcomb"