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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY. APRIL ?., t!0:.
One Cent A WORD. Advertising In thla column on cent a word, each Insertion. Copy may bo change J very week. Cash In advance, required. No ndvertlsen.cnt taken which Is less than twelve words, two lines. Special terms to advertisers using from IW to 1000 lines vlthn twelve consecutive months. LUST About two weeks uro n dark fur coat was taken from We-diloH's stable, Witiooskl avenue by mistake. Will par ty kindly return and get his own. ,d&wtf l'OSITIOK WANTED by a thoroilRhly competent bookkeeper, IS years' oj peri ling It.ipM and accurate. IScst of refer ence Addi-ts L. A., care Press olllce. Ti.d&wlw Go.Mll TLNT i7.T)Y llOOICK Ki 1 10 It w nt ,i pn.-ltiou. Addicts 1,. M., Ibis otllci. Tb.a.tw.lt. u'anti;d TO I.KT AT ONCK, to n ro , i lt p.irt, a lai-Ku IukkIxk Job In SI. t. Apply tu il. II. Chadwhii, l-'l . !;!., .N. II. 7,lUUiMW,?t. Ai.,Nil 1) Housekeeper In ti I. unity of hr- i - I 11 jmrH, boy G. .Medium slzo l,i si i.iiiu.irtalily furnished, lnfortnu t. ii liy.iruiiii; cunelttiona run bo obtuln l. i ! pmisfblc references will be to ii i iv m fore any consideration Is given. L. It j'b trhcr, Hardwlek. Vl. "".otitwit A'31-.Ni'S wonted for Sinficr Sewing Ma chli Apply Hi Cherry street. 7S,tIOwlt. v AN" ' LD to hoar from any one who has in .' I i.k cd lii improlltablo mining and oil l MstmeiitH. In most case?, tan Blvo inforrmtku to their advantage. Hoply lit. i nmpuuy, number ot shares i. ,-i paid. Addiess Uox 3.'. SprliiK-1 In Id .vl a 71,-:6tfitsv4w AN ''KP Cattle to pustule. Arthur C. Atkins, It. K. D. S, Bristol, Vt. 70,121 At3!t.w2t. " N'1 TOD Two or three Kooit salesmen this county, to handle staple line of h ii id... 'I be best of pay to tin- rlttht m-ii. l-.mploymeu nil the year. Outllt free. Previous experience nniieeosi-ar.v . l!ef ercnees reciulrod. Address Charles il e. inso, Jtochestcr, N. Y. .Mention this piper. 1'i.wlt. VANl'KD- A dairy farm with rows, team .! 1 tools, i?ood barns, fair house, rill " ill M iter, plenty Of wood, Rood land .--month mowing, location may bo tl ini r. (i . r long as It is near a good i . r.. v must be a per diem. Mnlo .ii Ultrss J. Hunt, Ileal Eslnto, J.ssrx Jin.' tton, Vt. 4'J,wlt. TWO Cillil.S WANTED One able to cook v.ell and the other to wait on table, help In house work and In tho caro of elilliltun. Ohis may have separate room-- If desired. Kamlly wnshing and lronli is done at the laundry. House has i il modern conveniences. Address or cull. l"j South Cnlon street, Burling ton, Vt. ?.S,wtf. CAPABLE WOMAN wanted for general housework in small family. Apply 93 Adams street. 3,w,tf. A OOOl) TINSMITH with somo knowl edge of plumbing and heating wanted. Address Win. Hudson, Willsboro, N. V., J' O. Box No. 107. Sij.d&wtf. SALESMEN WANTEIL K .lai i or commission; no experience i c.-.s.irv. money advanced for expenses; ii tflt b'lU.l. Solicit orders for our Guar . ill Nursery Stock. Write us at once i t rn end secure the bet territory Jhe R. G.CHASE CO,, MALDEN. MASS. 7S,w&f&w2m. J'OH SALIv-Pair ot farm horses, cheap If snl 1 t t once. Inquire IB Bank street, burlitinton, Vt. 7ii,6t&vlt. BTHAWniSItRY PLANTS.Crescent, Cum berland, Iiratidywlne, sample, Clyde, ex elsior. si.li ndld and champion ot Hng laild RO c .Ids per U"J, ?3 per l.OuO. Hed raspl . rrlc , Miller, Cuthhert. Marl biiin'igli .i id London; black rasplierries, n' . . ni. l Oregg. 2T, cents per dozen, ei ts per l'O, also cut (lowers and liedd ug plants. V.. (3. Hunt, Jr.. Mid dle vo, Vt. Telephone! connection'. W.wlt&d.apU. LUGS KOII HATCHING Rhode Island It' ds at the money makers. The fowls t jr e-ggs one for the market. A few II tings from prlzo winning stock 1 per S O. Brush, Burlington, Vt. 40, wit. I'OP. SALIC Kor only Jl.ttw cash, balnnce n f.iy terms, a 4")-acre farm, with .V) w .ii d farming tools, good Ijuilellngs, . ic 'h rienilows, running water, ir am t.iln n at the door. Prlco J.",.IXi. Immediate possesslon glveiu Tills fimt i rmeh borders Lake Elmoro. J. h Hunt, Iteal Lstate, Lssox Junction, t. K.wtf. Ojt SLP By the bargain Under, a ) i re farm, good buildings, running witer i st.e.ir orchard ! 1,7m trees 1 nn! with evaporators and hue ki ts, g t r wltii 2) cows, farming tools, , 1 1 , ery pluatautly located In Miirl t"wn. in'ar .chool. I'rPn lor all, i.i iinmodlutci possesfion. JWi cash, Inil hit at live pejr cent. It. V. D. and ir'ni.i taken at tho door. Apply at onco ti J. Hunt, Ileal Kstate, Kssnx Junc tlop t 3S.w3t. KOIt SALI'-A good fatm at the- font of ,r nd i' w mountain, 2f ai'res, e xe el le nt wood lot and maple, t'rove, plenty i f fruit irood water supply, line loca tion, sine krd with sheep mostly, one half n. i from school, ruial dellvoiy, fre fi mi 1'iul weeds, telepliono connec tion 1 h" farm Is In the fertile Cliain I I ini 11 , commanding a Hue view of loth the- (li'ecn and Adirondne'k nn hi tnir V III be sold for cash or par tial pumrn Address .Mrs. M. S. Wlll martb, Miudlebury, VI. 3S,wlm. KOIt SAI.K A good faim, two miles noi th c Ciiliuney Point, aeioss tbo rond from church, 2a acres, never lull ing wut'r upply. Hue' level wood lot wlih tillable soil when dented, about ICHi acres u( meadow lanel in goeid oemd! tlon, lino grass and grain fnrm, very lew fi ll weeds, good sized elalrj, rural ele livcji j telepliono connection, build ings ii good ceindition, This larm is In the fertile valloy of Lake Cbamplaln, ci miinindlng a line view of both t Ins firecn -inc) Adirondack inountaliis. will be ,olel for rash or pnrtlal payment. Ad dress Mrs. M. S. Wlllmaith, Mlddlehury, t 3,wlm. police VLL.MtJNT IN TIIK CIVIL WAH for sale In cloth binding $U.0l for set of two volumes. The seconel volume ulono tl ib, Krec Press Association, Burling ton, Vt 31,wly VKHMO.NT KAILMS A SPJJCIALTV-I have for sale over W farms In ellffoient parts of the State, fiom the cheapest to the very best. Corresponde tie e solicited. J K Hunt, teal Kstute, llssux Junc- 'ion, Vt JO.wtl' HOTIt'K hew little It costs to tell tiiou sands of leaders In many towns of Vor- moll' ullal litl lini.. I,, ull wish to buy. Advertise In the Kreei Press and you will jjet replies to your adver- ''"raa. S7,Wtf 7?au .SiVtc. KOI i SAM.'-lOO Yorkshire and Uerkshlro plus and shoats. L. H. Drew, Uikovlew Km in, So. llurlltiuton. TH.d.Vwlni. ULAOKS.MITII UUStNESS for sale. Con ducted by lute owner thirty jears and sold to eloso estute. Located In town of l,r,i) Inhabitants, 23 miles smith of Hoslon. :.",(wo population within llvo mile", shop within three minutes ot post (Hllco and railroad. This Is un At busl iie.ss for nn nil-round man, plenty of woik and no poor bills. Other depart ments of carrlngo business connected. (Jooil chance for rlfbt man. l-'lrst-class stoek of tools. Price JSY5.00 cash only. Lease shop to purchaser. Address .1. It. White, Ant., Joseph White estate, North Hanson. .Mass. 7i!.i2t&39w2t. 8A.S1I AND HLIN1J KACTOHY for sale. Located In a small town, near railroad, which does a largo business annually. Consists of a sulllclent water power and nil machinery necessary for innkhur windows, doors, blinds, etc. Small capi tal required and business will bo sold for less than Its nctual value. This Is a snap for soineono as there Is no coin petition, It bclncr the only business of the kind In this section of tho State. Good reason for selling. Address J., Frco Press olllce. Cl,d&wt( KAltM AT AUCTION -The undersigned, owing to change of location and busi ness offi'rs for sale Ills faun of 10) ne res In the town of PANTON. VT., nt public auction on the premises. TI1PP.S DAV. A Pill L H. at 1 :3ej p. m. Tho build ings consist of n commodious two story brick house built over, elegantly llnlshcel Insldo with modern convenience's, (bath, closet, hardwood linens, etc.) new three story horsebarn 2nx40, conveniently ar ranged. These buildings are beautifully loeatnel, commanding an extensive Mew ot 'li.impl.ilu Valley, the famous Aill roiiibii ks In the dlslaii e. Hay and stock b.iili lleix..', with basement and addition SiS Ice house, granary, etc. This Is one nf the lest faims In Addison coun Iv. Incatcd 2',- mile's south of Yergenttes mi the main mail, leadlnc Ihrougli to Addison, Prldport, Sliorcham anil other lorso towns. 15. I'. I), past the door. One-half mile from creamery. Punning wntir to house and barn from living1 springs operated by windmill. A fine large orchard of choice varieties ot ap ples. A variety ot soil which Is strong mid very prodiicthe. I will also sell one bay mare, sired by Homestead, one chestnut mare, sired by Montllln, both in foal by Dr. Webb's hackney stallion. 1 will also sell the following named tarm tools: One Pony Deerlng Binder, 1 Mce'otn'Ick mowing machine1, 1 buy tedder. 1 land roller, 1 wheel harrow, I horse rake, I beavv farm wagon with box and hav rigging, stone bont, whlllle treefi, grain bags, etc. Ocorgo ft, Thome. Any information In regard to above ninperty can be obtained of O. K. O. KIMBALL, Auctioneer, Vcrgi'iines, Vt. 7!i.Gt&wlt. KARM KOIt SALK, IV, ACRES, J). Karm well divided, about 50 acres In mowing and tillage, balance in 2 pas tures and wood, estimated 701 cords. White house, 7 rooms, good cellar, build ings In fair repair., Krafted fruit, pears, plum. neighbors in sight, only I miles to Woodstock, 21-2 miles lo liridgewnter, good reason for sellinf. A pleasant and very cheap home for some one. Half cash, balance easy. Apply soon if you want this. Dearborn & Co., Department II., Woodstock, Vt. ir,wed,M.iw,8t. FARM KOR SALE. 140 ACHES. About 50 acres mowing and tillage, line soil, facing south, all hay cut with machine, balance in pasture, fine water In each, estimated 700 cords wood. Grafter fruit. One and one-half story, white house, green blinds, good cellar with bulk head, 10 rooms, woodshed, hog house, 2 large barns 30x40, basement under each with stables In same. New corn barn. Kino running water In houso and barn, one-half mile from school and rlvi'r stage road, .1 miles to two villages and depot. Wood enough to pay for farm. Jl.WJ." Half cash. Come and see it. Ten cents In stnmps for photo of buildings. Dearborn & Co., Department II. Wood stock, Vt. G0,wcdSt&w,St FOR SALE Kour story blacksmith, paint and carriage shop in Woodstock, Vt. An old stand, plenty of work tho year round. Pi ice $100. Half down, balance easy. Dearborn A Co., Department H., Woodstock, Vt. &;,wedSl&w,8t. KOR SALE .5 ACRE PLACE, $3eA Half cash. Brick house of 7 rooms, fine cellar, spring of water running In house and barn-yard, 3 lire-places, brick oven In bouse, 4 light windows, house and barn shingled 5 years ago. Land facing cast, warm exposure. Old grafted fruit or e hard needs trimming. This place Is thoroughly adapted for poultry. Pknty of work near by, only 3 miles to Wood stock. Pasture adjoining, can pasture n cow and work to pay for same, 3'Jx4'i barn with basement, stable needs little repair, rest of barn suitable for a hennery, sufficient head of water to be carried through 100 foot hennery, land facing east and south. Ought lo cut sufllclent hay for cow and horse Chance for fancy gard'.nlng. This is a bargain for n poor man that wants to bn In dependent and own a home at half value. Come and see this property. Dear born & Co., Department 11., Woodstock, Vt. m,wedflt&w,3t. KARM KOR SALE 2.M acres, $3 per acre. Seven mowing fields, two pastures with trout brook, maple anil npplo orchards; farm house seven rooms, a good barn, 2 and 3 miles to two villages. Just the; farm for a poor man wanting a largo farm foi little money. Dearborn &. Co., Department II,, Woodstock, Vt. CC.wed&sat.Smos.&w.St. KARM IM acres. 1,500, $50) down. 50 acres mowing and tillage, S pnstures well fenced, trout brooks in name, some 6r) cords wood, largo siignr orchard, lino fruli, pears, plums, etc., 2 1-2, 7 and 10 miles to 3 villages, 11 room house, 2 t pilars, bulk-head running waterat hmio and bam. barn COx.ti, can tie up 20 cows (swing stanchions), in good neighborhood. A good trout pond on this farm, fed by hend of n brook, owner gone into hotel business, must sell. A trade for some body, Dearborn & Co., Woodstock, Vt. 72,wed&sat,2m&3flwSt. STOCK l'ARM-235 acres, only $11 per iicto. 75 acres mowing mid tillage, bal ance in twei pastures, with brookB run ning through ech pasture. This land Is excceellrfgly fertile, smooth and fii'o from stone; fat in slope lo tho south, lays well and tuts 5o to 75 tons of hay. Kept ibis winter 100 sbeep, 10 horses, n cows and yoke of cattle, Kino apple orchard of 150 grafted trees, apples, penis, etc. Oooel sugar bouse; some ,2ij cords of wood on this favni, mostly maple' and birch, White house, blinded, 0 rooms, 3 pnntrlort. woodshed and wotksdiop over It. Good cellar Three barns, ,!0xi0, 2000 nud 28x3S and sheel 21x14. Hen house and corn barn, with cellar under two bams. Run ning water at th lioiiso and b,ti n. One and two miles to school (frco conveyance, to school). Great hm gains; postotllce and store; six miles to Wood slock. $500 or more elown. Dearborn ,fe Co., Wejoelstock, Vt. ?AvvodKsat2m&39wiit. VILLAGE IlOME-Ono-half acre. $',00, one half elown, In small village, whltn palnle d and blinded house, 7 rooms, wooelshe'd, barn room for horso and cow, opposite store, postofllce, telepliono Mntlou, land facing east, good soil, some fruit, good school and church, 40 oils dlstunt, plenty work ubout village to keep n man busy. IiicIosp 6 postago stamps and get photo of house, 4 miles to depot. Dearborn & Co., Woodstock, Vt., Dept II. 72,wedesat2m&30wSt, SMALL KARM-43 acres, $750, $300 down, 25 acres mowing and tillage, balnnce In pastuie anil wood, can tap 400 trees (sugar lionse), cuts 15 tons of hay, will keep c or 7 cows and tenm. Urick house, 7 rooms, woodshed, barn x?4 and 14,, lieu house, ciiio-hnlf mile to school house, 2 mllen to village, 7 miles to depot ami Woodstock, line ro.nl. Six stampH Inclosed will sntul you photo of house. Dcarboiu A Co,, Woodstock, Vt,, Dept. 11. 72,wedsat2miiwU. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from sixth page.) frlendft reminded them nt their loth wedding anniversary the other day. Sumner Blalsdell owns mm of the' best colts In Washington county. The colt will be two yearB olel in June and stands M huuds high. Krank K. Kullerton has sold the Hiram E. Boyco place which Is a part ot what was tho Vermont reform school farm to Eclwnrd Knrrnr. This was owned by the estate of the late Hiram E. Boyco mid Is one of tbo llnest properties In the vil lage. Mr. Karrar, who owns nlso much of tlm balance of the reform school farm, will soon occupy tho premises and glvo his attention to cultivating tho land. EAST ROXBURY. Miss Etta Chamberlain of Montpcller, was n guest ot Llllii Webster Inst week. A representative of tho Burlington Kreo Press was In town last Friday. Mrs. Charles Robcr Is HI and attended by Dr. Carl Shaw. A llttto son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bancroft March 23. Miss Maud Nudgett was quite 111 last week with heart trouble. Dr. Ellis was called to at tend her. Lllln Webster returned to her school work In Massachusetts Saturday. Elder Ora Boyce and A. .1. Iwidd were In Montpcller last week. A party of 25 through the kindness of Elder and Mis. Orza Boyce were' treated lo new sugar on snow at trclr home In this village Inst Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. Verge and Mrs. George Wnielncr were guests of Mrs. A L. Rich In Bronkfleld last week. Mrs. Wilson Is caring for her daughter, Mrs. Guy Pancroft. M0RET0WN Mrs. Wells has gone to her parents In Bakerslleld to stay till after conference. Easter timidity will be observed next Sunday i-vonlns at the church. Jnmet Rublee anil Miss Mnbel Atkins visited Iut paients Sunday. The Rev. O. 11. Wells oxchangi'il Sunday with tho Rev. P. C. Smith of Watcrbury. Mrs. Mnrtha Buz zell Is working for Jiweph Sawyer. Tho funeral ol Mrs, Wllklrts Hill, who died In Bonelville, was held at Jnson Hill's last Tuesday, the Rev. O. IS. Wells olllclatlng. Those out of town to attend tho funeral were: Ezra Hill and wife of Wnircn, Mr. Paul, Mr. Roberts and Burt Newton and wife of Watcrbury Center. Claro Ward Is at home' from Burlington. Mrs. K. D. Grimtli Is about the same. Mis. E. G. Atkins Is confined to the house with rheumatism. CALAIS, The funeral nt tho late Mrs. Cltniotd Dwinell. who died at her son's In Taun ton, Mass., was held at I'nlnn Church nt East Calais nn Tuesday, Marcli 31, 1003. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bancroft of Roxbury, have n son, born to them last wcok. Mrs, C. J. Lamb and Mrs. Alfred Hatch are re covering from the sickness. Miss Inez Conner's has been appointed superinten dent of schools In town. WAITSFIELD. A daughter was born to .Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kelly Friday, March 27. Thero was no pre-aching service at the Methodist Church last Sunday. Mrs. L. C. Berry re turnee! Monday from a week's vHt with friend.-, in Montpcller and Watcrbury. J. B. Norton leave this week for Oklahoma, whure he is to locate. Mrs. S. P. Mchuron is to sell several cows, some young stock and quite an amount of other personal property at auction on Tuesday, April 7, nt one o'clock p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Alden G. Foley are the havpy parents of a 10'., pound boy, which came to them Friday. March 2i, E. M. Savage returned last wi-ek Irom a three months' trip to sev en! of the Western States, hut mainly to MIssouri and Illinois. Next Saturday, April 1. occurs the regular monthly meet Ins ot Alnsworth Post of the G. A. It., and it Is hoped every member will en deavor to be present to assist in tho ar rangements for Memorial day services. WARREN. Mrs. Lyella A. Sargent died of consump tion Thursday of last week. Tho funeral was held Sunday at lu-r late home, the Rev. L. II. Brlgbnm officiating. The in terment was at the village cemetery. Sllu leaves three children, two lioys unci one elaughter, Clarence. William and Jennie Banister of Randolph. She was a kind and loving mother anil will be much miss ed bv all her friends. She was a great sufferer for years. Joseph Elliott Is to bullil a new barn this se;tson. E. R. Long1 is quite poorly with stomach trouble. Master William Elliott Is spending two weeks with ills mother ut Moretown. MIDDLESEX Clement Kellogg has been on the sick list Die past week. Miss GeTtrudo Walker of Bnrre visited over Sunday with Mrs. Hazen (Mark. Miss Flora Shepherd vis ited a couple of days in Bethel last week. Mark Augell hail tho misfortune to fall from a hammock recently and break his collar bone. Miss Minerva Johnson of Essex Junction visiti'd friends In town the first of the week. T. E. Prlco of Granltevllle was home a few days last week, going back Saturday. Mrs. W. C. White and children left the first of tho week for their home In AVilllamstown. Mrs. V,. H. Shepherd and daughter, Mrs. S. C Kellogg, and Miss Ivy Sinnlley vis ited in W'lterhury Monday. J. W Egan now has his saw mill In first-class shape leaely to do business. lie has cnjfag-'el Mr. Illlllngs of Watcrbury to work for him. ROXBURY Mr. nr.el Mrs, It. P. Nichols were In MlddlMiury last week to attend the funer al of Mr. Nbiiols's mother. Wlnlleld and Spencer Kreneh are quite' sick. They are attended by Dr. C, E. Merrian. Miss H. I'lnuees lliinlou Is assisting at John Grady's. The Rev. J. It. Ilenelnrson of WattMleld was at D. B. liowu's Kriday. The R-v. N. D. William of East Mout pelier was at G. II. Ilainmett's Friday. .Mr. mid Mrs, George Huntington of Mont pellet1 spe'iit Sunday at II. P. and Daniel U orceester's. Stanley Nichols of Norwich I'nlveislty spent Sunday at home. Mrs, Emily L. Cross Young of Nebraska Is at Lee Wiley's. Pearl Flint has moved to Jl. 11. Preston's farm in Northtleld. Wil liam Rich lias moved to Mrs. M. Warner's bill farm, Free! Jacobs has moveil to the fai in vacated by William Rich and Jack Tanner Iuib moved to the one occupied by Mr. Jacobs. W. J. Burger, who ie lleved Mr. Provost dining Mr. Kltts's ab sence' fiom the- station, has gone to Whlto River Junction to work.---Fred West has gone' to Hlnesburgli. Just about noon Tui'.iilay the mill dam aliovo tho village broke out anil the streets wero soon one vast mill pond. Considerable damage was done to the ralliouel, some of the side tracks being unelerminiil. Tho station was well tilled with water and consider able damage' was done thrc. Tho foot brlilge lo G, A. Tilelen's and W. II. Cady's were carried elown stream. READING Donald Flower of llnrtland, has preach ed in the Universalis! Church tho pnst three- Sundays. On tin ni'xl two Sun dnH. April 5 and April 12, Howard Flower of Canton, N. Y., will occupy tho pulpit. Tbi' Universally Sunday school will hold uu Easter concert on Hunduy morn lu, April 12, the preaching service on that elny being held In tho eivenlntr, Edward Dals has moved Into the house In Felch- CANCER MCFcRuiatE nome without knife or nlnster and without poln. Treatise, testimonials and letter of novice r itr r.. aciresB mason wancer in stitute, 131 West 42d Ht N. Y. 4$,wly Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without Pftin. The only olllce in Burlington where you can ret teeth extracted without a partlcl oi pain wnnoui taKinc Uaa. My method il used by no other person. No pain; no duncer, no utter effect. DR. L. HAZEN, Office 1S5 Pino mieel, Burlington, Vt. Olucu huuii, 10 to 3, 7 to Ik vllle, owned by Adam lltifnall. Missed Ethel and Stella Rice aro nt home from SprlngHeld high school on their vacation. Harry Edson hns gone to work for tho season In tho creamery at Woodstock. Jessie Edson has been at home from Windsor for a brief visit. Miss Kate Grls wobl from Ilrldgcwntor, Mass., Normal School and Clifford Grlswold from l V. M. Burlington, have been spending short vacations nt home1. Mrs. George Burn ham Is visiting In Boston. Miss Knto Grl'JWold ot Cornwall, has been visiting nt C. N, Hook's. Prosper Root has mov ed Into the Baptist parsonage. The t'nl versallst Ijtelles' society served a supper last week at Mrs. Stlllmnli Gould's. Thn Ladles' society will servo a supper at Alva Parker's next week Thursday afternoon, April 9. SOUTH WOODBURY The Ladles' Aid meet this week with Mrs. Grace Burnham. Clarence Alnsworth ot Gardner, Mnss., Is visiting Ills sister, Mrs. Byron Pierce. I.elllco Angell Is suffering from heart trouble. Murk Will to has been appointed town superintendent of schools. Mrs. J, D. Bailey Is saddened by tho news of the recent death of her granel child, the younger of tho two daughters of A. I'. Bailey, residing In Littleton, N. 11. NORTH FAYST0N, Mr. anil Mrs. V. D. Grlfllth of Wnlts flelel were In town over Sumlny. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nclll ot Moretown were In town Sunday. Mrs. Nowton Murray Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nelll.-T. W. Nelll and Annie Oriiiln wen! In town Sunday. Mr. Sherman and son Orvnl, who worked for H. O. Ward this winter, havo moved back te Duxbtiry. Road Commissioner C. J. Wclson Is re pairing tho highways. Mrs. Hugh Henry and children are on the sick list; nisei C. K. Posnett. John Stuart seems tei be the only one who Is making much sugar tills spring. Ho and two men have been kept quite busy. WINDSOR COUNTY GAYSVILLE. Mrs. Smith of Brlelgewater is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Mills and Mrs. Harris Water. Susan Brown Is In Boston tills week. Miss Alice Chedel has returned to Montpcller Seminary. Miss Kalie Thayer came home from Wood stock Saturday. Miss Klora Barrows of Woodstock and Miss Jesslo Spaulillng of Bethel were guests at J. A. ('liedel's over Sunday. Miss Abble Whltcomb returned from Boston Kriday. Mrs. Adello Went has been quite ill the past week. The highway was passable Saturday morning for the first since the landslide. Mrs. J. E. SalTord is expected home this week. Mr". 11a Roberts and children of Hanover, N. H., arc at her father's, C. A. Luce's. Mr. Knapp Is moving Into tho tenement over Mr. Chedel's old store. Mrs. Har riett Durkeo has been spending a few days at John Leonard's In Stockbrldgc Mnrparlte Field of Bethel, has been at William Flint's for a few days. A. W. Ballard Is In Barnarel elning somo repairs In W. F. Davis's mill. Samuel Williams and E. P. Joe of Boston, weri In town last week, looking after their railroad interests. Master Unrry Rlchnrdson of Roxbury Is the guest of his cousin, Jerry AVIIson this week. Miss Abel Is at home In Granville on account of thn illness of her mother. Miss West of Uoxbury Is taking her place at Dr. Fletcher's. SOUTH H0YALT0N. Mr, I.anck Jias moved into O. Curtis' lower house and is to work for him this summer. Joel N. Phelps has moved to the farm recently vacated by George Spauldlnif. Miss Isnbeile P. Martin returns from the R. S. N. S. at Runilolph next Shturilay. Leon A, Rich ardson is having a tenement finished off in the cre-nmery building. George Ttack ett has charge of tho work. Mrs. Noys Is staying with Mrs. Clarissa Flint dur ing the Illness of the latter. Horuco Spauldlng has engaged to work for Lisle Mcintosh the comlnsr season. The Hv. I.evl Wild supplied the pulpit nt tho Congregational church on Sunday. Aunt Lucinela Goff died at tin homo of Lorenzo P. Tcnny recently. She was !0 years and live days old. Her home had always been on Broad Brook until within about two weeks previous to her death. She was an exemplary woman hi every re spect. Mark II. Iivejoy and family are moving to the Harry Goff farm recently purchased by him. Arthur Pierce hai returned to town having spent tho win ter In Strafford, Mls Ora Oalusha of Vassar collegs, is spending a short vaca tion with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gatushn. Burton Stiepard has return ed to his home. Warren Tenny la at home from the P. V. M. Burton II. Tenny, takes his plnce with Mrs. Skinner. A P. Skinner and koi-h to Bane whcie lie s to work. His brother, Frank A. Tenny, takes his place with Mrs. nklnner. Mrs. Tenny will not move to Barre Im mediately. Mrs. J. G. Ashley Is visiting In Boston and vicinity. Mrs. flattie Smith, who hns been at her brother's, Samuel Slack's, has returned to her home In Laconla, N. H., having been called there by the? illness of one of her daugh ters. Arthur Gexidale Is' spendlnc thn week In Tiinbridgo. Krank II. Brown ot Burlington was in town lost week. Mk. Leslie Itumrlll of Randolph Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Burton H. Tennv. BETHEL A petition hns been signed by many of the leading citizens for the pardon of Frank Merrill, who pleaeleel guilty at the June term of Windsor County Court, lyni, to two charges of butglary. Mr. Morrill has served nlwnit one-half of lib: sentence and is in poor health, and bis wife nnd young chllel an In destitute clrcuinstanei.s nud in poor health. E. T. Arnold has deeded the Myron Burnett farm on tho Barnarel rood, anil ihe J. P. Martin back pasture on Christian Hill, to W. II. Ed munds and wife, the purchase price being $3,.'.00. Mr. Arnolel sold his personal prop, crty on the Burnett farm. Including 24 cows and a largo quantity of hav at pub. lie auction Tuesday. W. C. Clifford, local mnnacer of tho Woodbur. Granite Co., was In St. Albans Tuesday to make' ar rangements with the officials of the Cen tral Vermont Railroad Co, us to the build ing ot slellnifs and spurs for the granite hc,p. The olllclals will look over the gro.mil the last of the week. Tho Cnngv Katlonnl society has purchased a new organ which was used for the first tlmo !at Sunday. The public hearing on the matter of granting liquor licenses Is set for April 27, nt n o'clock in tho forenoon, nt the ofrlo. of Ilunton & Stlckney. John T. Rogers lias rented tho Charles W. Cur. tls farm and the stock on the same for one year, Mr. Curtis resorvlnir a portion it the house und land for his family ubc The Cnngreuitlonat parsonage and lands have been rented to Fred Dutton of Barn ard. Miss Surah Woodbury Ii sorlously III.-Henry Cole has loft the Myron Burn ett furm and rented tho M. II, Lincoln house on ftlvor street. SPEAKERS AT VT0RMONT ACADEMY. The oration before the alumni asso ciation of Vermont academy will bo de livered by tho Rov. II. L. Whitman of Philadelphia, The uurmoii before tho uraduuttng class will be ulvon by tin llev. George H, Ixiwson of llrattleboro, and tho add runs on the occasion of the graduation of tho tenlor c!asn, by llio Kv. Ir. Kerr Hoycc TupiKtr of Phila delphia. The programme next commence ment week will nlao include the ilrst price debato In competition for tho Barrett prize. Thf1 commencement concert will be given by the Temple Male quartette. A Great Sensation, There was a big sensation In Lees vllle, Ind. when W. H. Brown of that place, who was expected to die, haej his life eaved by Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, He writes: "I endured Insufferable agonlee from Asth ma, but your New Discovery gave mo Immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete euro." Similar cures of consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis und Grip are numerous. It's the peevlcns remedy for nil throat and Ionic troubles. Price Mc, ami 11.00. Guaranteed by O'lulllvan nnd Younr's Drucisltt. Trial bottle free. T Ti Knocked Out Terry McGovern in Eleventh Round of a Fast Fight. BOTH IN FINE CONDITION Corbett Did tho Most Effective Work from the Start McQovorn's Back ers Terribly Disappointed When Their Man Was Countod Out Police Very Active. Mechanics Pavilion, San Francisco, Cal March 31. William Rothwell, better known ns "Young Corbett" of Denver, showed decisively to-night thnt his vic tory over Terry McGovern of Brooklyn, at lliirrtfoid n year ago last Thanksgiving whs no iluke by defeating McGovern In the 11th round after a Unlit In which there was not n second of Idleness for either man, In nearly every round Corbett, lighting like a machine, never overlooking an op pot lunlty to send homo bis blows, had n shud- the better of the argument nnd when finally In the eleventh he fought the Brooklyn boy fairly going bo never let up on him until Terry sank to the floor a badly defeated man. Corbett put MGovern down In the first round for a count ot seven and repeated It in the second. There wn.s some ques tion as to whether or not McQovern was down nt the count of ten. nnd for a few minutes It looked as If there would be a light In tho crowd but tho police sprang to the stage, and the shutllng off of the lights forced the. crowd lo seek carets. Young Corbett and Terry McGovern met this evening at Hnrry Corbett's and wero weighed. Corbett just balaneel the scales tit 127 pounds. McGovern was several pounds under the required weight. Bv 8:30 o'clock when the contestants ill Hie llrst preliminary entered the ring, tho big amphitheatre was packed with a checrliif;, Impatient crowd. ' Outside a drizzling rain was falling, but this did not dampen the enthusiasm of the crowel which stretched for half a block either side of the door and even blocked the streets In front. It was estimated at that time that nearly II, ft l) people were Inside the hall, the biggest crowd that ever saw a light In San Francisco. Reports from MeOovern's and Corbett's headquarters wore eeiualiy bright. Both men had rested quietly after weighing In this afternoon and expressed nbsolute confidence in tho cntcome. The' llrst preliminary was a ten-round fight between "Dixie. Kid," a colored wolter weight from Los Angeles, and Eddie iTaln of Brooklyn, McGovcrn's spar ring partner. "Dixie Kid" won in the seconel round with a right to the jaw. Ciln was not out but when he went down h- turned his .'inkle badly and was unable to get up. The strain was a bad one and It was necessary to carry Cain from the ring. The second preliminary, a six-round go between Oil Mejlm and Jimmy Carroll. Jr., both of San lYancNco, was de clared ii draw. There was the usual crop of challenges to the winner and light announcements before the eontertants entered the ling. At 9 "Young Corbett." attended by Aleck Greggalns, Tim McOraw, Hilly Otts and Harry Tiithlll. entered the ring. There was but little demonstration when the champion clambered through the ropes and coolly tested the canvass covering of the ring floor, before choosing his cor ner. His choice was the northeast. Rosy cheeked nnd tienreil eyed, with muscles playing like bunds beneath bis skin. Corbett looked the perfect athlete. At OTl amid a mighty roar from tin. crowd. McGovern climbed through the ropes, accompnnleil by Sam Harris and his seconds, Charlie Mayhood, Eddie Cain nnd Joe Angelo. Terry turned around oncn or twice, rubbed his noso reliectively, then walked to t'orbett's corner and solemnly offered his hand. Corbett took it, but It wn evi dent there was not the- friendliest feeling in the world between the two. Both hail their hands he'iivlly bandaged As McGovern slipped off hl swuater hu prrfet condition was apparent. He clalm eel he was trained to the hour and he looked it. Corbett looked at least three or four pounds the heavier of the two and thero was probably as much difference In their weight as thi-y answereel Hit gong. Eddie Graney was announced ns tef cice. NEWS OF VERMONT More Importaut Events Qroupni for Free Press Readers-Ages cf Four Vermont Brother's and Sister's Aggregates 334 Years. A wonderful Kroup recently faced the cainci.i of a Portland, Me., photographer. It was composed of two ORiil couples, brothers and sisters, whose lines aKKt'e Kute ."31 years, and whose married life extends to a linlf-century. Two In thn Kroup are Mr. und Mrs. Nathan Way of Portland, who live with their son, Dr. Oeortfe V. Way, on Cumberland street. The other two arc Mr. and Mrs. lOrustus Way of West llurke, Vt., who huvo been visiting In Portland. The wedding of tho Portland couple dates back tti years, the lives of the Vermont couple have !een linked (a years. Tlu-so two brothers we;re born in lA-mpster, Vt.: Nntliun, May S, lbll, and Erastus, September :!, 181!i. They are sons of Martin und Lueitidit (liee) Way, both of whom died at tho ago of "e" years, While, tho sons were In boyhood tbo fnmlly moved from Lempster to West Hurke. Nathan devotod his attention to farming, lumberlne and surveying, ami beicunio one of thn best known lund sur veyors In Vermont. Ills brother took nuturally to mercantile life, worked In a Reneral store, and for n groat many years wus proprietor of a hardware store in West Huiiie. lioth retired a few years tino. They married daughters of Truman und Kllznheth (Wei'kwith) Newell of West llurke. Mr. ami Mrs. Nowell wero par ents of 13 children, of whom four daugh ters and erne i-on are living. Nathan Way selected us bis helpmeet Maria O. Newell, tin third In the family. She was burn Juno l'J, ISIS. Their weddlnu took place In Sutton, Vt., Juno I, 1S40. Three sons were bin 11 to them. Tho only one living Is Dr. Way of Portland, a most de voted son, who delights 111 making Hit advancing years of his parents golden milestones of hupplness und contentment The eldest son, 11 druggist, died six yours 11R0, The second son was nt tho time of his death a teacher of languages In the Portland high school. Mr, Way Is In fair health, bill his wife is unable to walk, because of an necldent Unit brfoll her 16 years ugo. March tl, JKA 10 years after the wedding of her sister Maria, Miss Cynthia C. Newoll, ninth In the list of children of Truman Newell, became thn bride of Erantus Way. They hnve had two children: Emerson A. Way, who died In West llurke three years ago, ajid Ida L., now Mrs. Hurley M. Powern of West llurke. Both Mr. and Mrs. Brastus Way are In comparatively good health. Their home among the hills Is an hotpltable abode. DltlVINO AN OX AND HOR8H. An unusual sight for passengers on tho St. J. it L C. road last Saturday was a man on the rouel with nn ox nnd a horso both liurnessed and hitched to a buggy The team was considerably frightened by the (rain, but the man was able to con trol them with the rolnu. Ltttor lie pas- red through Morrlsvllle where he was try ing lo trade the ox for another horse. RARE COLLECTIONS OK ANTIQUE KURNITURE. II. O. French, owner mitt occupant of what was oirs ago well known ns tho Chnncey tavern stnnil, or Travellers' Homo in li.iinard, has a great eleslro to collect anil own rare nullqiio furniture, crockery, brlc-ii-brac nud curiosities. Ho and Ids brother-in-law, Freel D. Burke, hav" spared neither tlmo nor expense In this collection, so that now they havo the satisfaction of possessing perhaps a liner assortment than can be found anywhere In tills vicinity. Tlii'se relies have all been rcsteired by master hanils to their original beauty, and now decorate the numerous rooms und halls of this once well-known hostelry. Here can be seen high posted bedsteads on which persons wero bom and died generations ago; hern aro look-iliB-glnsse;s In their old-fashioned gilt frames that once rellecttd faces and fortiw that faded in this world but now shine on the fnrther shore; hero aro bureaus whose elrawcrs hold lino fabrics woven and folded by nimble lingers tint nro now stilled feirever; and hern aro portraits and pictures that were tho prlele of many a household, hero nro desks and writing tables upon which bills pnit receipts were passeil even before Ve-rmout was settled, nnd here aro clocks of various descriptions, made of wooel und brass, which told the passing of lime lo gener ations our grandfathers knew; here nro sets and pieces of crockery In all their original hand-painted beauty, bright nud clean as when Imported from the other side. This must have been the pride nnd pleasure of womi'ii such ns are not known in these days, and hero aro the old fashioned warming pans with which our grandmothers used to warm beds cold winter nlghls In rooms whero no llroi were ever lighted. Hero are chairs and sofas made of costly wood, some of whicli belonged to high families In New England, and here ate stoves tfed In tho long ago, one parlor slove that has been In ne more than a century and would be an ornament to any mode-rn house. Hero wo lint! stove furnltuie, shovel, tongs, etc., hammered out by hnnil long beforo Barnard wus settled. Some might think such a variety of ancient goods would tie stored in an unoccupleel place, but not so. They nro Interspersed with modern furniture nnd potted plants, making every room an attractive one, which the family take pleasure In showing. TWO DARTMOUTH STUDENTS DROWNED. Two Darthmouth students, Robert Mills Baker, aged 1!, of Worcester, Mass., and John Dodge: Kenerson, aged 10, of Boston, were drowned in thn rnplels ot the Con necticut liver Sunday afternoon by tbo upsetting of ii canoe. The college authori ties are having the river dracgcel; but at last accounts the boelles had not been found. SECOND VICTIM OF POISONING. Fred Loseby, the two years-old son of Charles l)-eby of Proctor, died at "i o'clock Saturday afternoon as a result of ptomaine poisoning. The funeral was held from the house nt 2 o'clock Mondaj nfternoon. The Rev. P. J. Long outdated. This is the seconel death resulting from the accident of March 1(1, when three of Mr. Loseby's children were poisoned by eating of some unknown substance while at play. Charlie, tho remaining child, is out of dangc r. THE WEEK'S NEWS TiiunsDAY. MAncn 20. Irish In nil bill roa.l ntnlel sconi's of rcjolciiis; fn houso of commons: pros-1 perlty oipe'Ctcil from measure; $500.- 000,000 to Imy oil I l.mtllonls Major General MncDoti.iltl, KnulmnV. great ' wnr hero, fur whom court martini liatl been ordered for alloffotl immoral ncls, , commits sulfide at I'aris M. F. j Skinner, Hoston nonil lirol;or, iiisslnt;; forgery of town bunds alleged against lilm Hope; of iieaue at Lowell gone; I una Pinions vote to strike on Monday ! expected Huston business men peti tion Mayor Collins to lal;o steps to i nbollslt smoki nuKiiti'O Antl-'J'ani- ! many forces v. ill renominate l.ow for mayor of New York .Schooner Mary E. Moie sunk- In collision with Monm "rtiip Parthian; erew saved New York Har association committee makes Miarp report against New York tax sys tem New Havini rond rcplint to em ployes; directors willing to meet separate, but not joint, committee to discuss vn;'e changes; willing to pay ns much as otli-M1 road-; for the same service ('imnai'.'c nnd Stone believe Democrats should nominate n presi dential candidate who stands on the 181)11 platform Nicaragua prohibits exportation of coined silver Toronto opera house burned; loss more than $100,000 Husine'Si? demoralized and conditions serious In Honduras FRIDAY, MA1JC1I 'J7. Lowell strike begins Monday; Tex tile council, by unanimous vote, to call out 1:0,000 operatives Ponn-'ll mur der Inquest ends nt IPiffslo without throwing any light as to perpetrator of deed lioth branch. 's of New Hamp shire legislature agree on liquor license law Iowa coal miners to have wage Increase of 10 percent- Los Angeles lalwr council favors unionizing all all n lalKirers Prominent railroad men said to be authors of the Klkins bill Chicago lias the largest municipal lighting system in the world "Hip per'' recorder of PilWnirg elischarges 11000 city employes One-fourth ot convicts at Daimemora, N. Y., de clared consumptive Nomination of ltisbop (ilenuon as coAdluloi' of St. Lords confirmee! by the pope fJalves ton municipal commission held to be illegal; the city without government flreat land rush expected In .lutie In Southern California, when 1,000,000 acres will be opened President Hall meets New Haven tral mien's commit tee; new arrangomcnl meat's u sub stantial but not horizontal Increase of wages m II ti round Philippine commis sion now 1ms at Its tllipos.il the ?,'!, 000,000 for relief; money to be ud for Improvements to employ natives Finance Minister Nlllnvetde of Sp.'.lii resigns Czur's manifesto said to be due fo the liilltmnce of frie ids Kus- shin consul ut I'ekln predicts serious disturbance In China KnglMi press verdict 011 land purchusoblll: 'clood If it works" President-elect Honllla of Honduras now controls the Atlantic Bonbon rd. SATURDAY. MARCH 2S. Ixiwell operative decline offer of arbitration: mill agent wild to hare dono the same, and strU-e will begin Mayor Grant of Lawrence, Mass., removes license, commissioners from office South Wnlpole, Mass., boy tilled as result of touching llvo wire- Philip Freemen dim In Worcester. Mass., hospital; Uhsailuuts held for murder Stark mills, employing 1700 bands, may be moved from Manchester, N. H to Alabama Irishmen pelt HCtora In New York th?ntre in alleged objectionable play ivlth rotten egg nud tJecoytfd vegctutiloN German cm press thrown from her lioitte; left arm brokmi San Miguel's force of la d roues dcf'e.'ilcd In Itlzal province Luzon; Lleutouiiut ttoeue of Macababa iJ Tl W MCAIICI A Hs66,58 CHUul" Tailored Costumes with all the world as well as the New Spring Suit all ready to wear that fits and has the "up to the minute" look to it. That's the kind we sell. Hundreds of them here and almost as many different style effects. Doesn't cost a small fortune to buy one either, $10.00, $12.50 or $15.00 buys a handsome dressy suit. $15,00, $17.50, $18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25. or $26.50 buys a suit of the finest cloth, beautifully trimmed and finely tailored. Many with all silk drop skirt linings. A look is convincing. Come and see them. It will save you from $2.50 to $5.00 if you are going to buy a suit. i Bed Spreads. Fine Spreads in Marseilles Patterns, extra heavy quality, value $1.50. Special each, at Extra fine grade in very handsome Marseilles effects, value to-day $1.87. Special here The J. W. McAuslan Co., Htviuts liillrtl HiinllpU's cousin on way lo Buffalo with avnweMi Intention of avenging murder i'ext of Irish land bill published in London; I'tilted Irish League of America fends $10,000 to help the cause Rev. .1. F. Styles and liO-year-old girl disappear from New London, Conn Steamer Com monwealth sails from l!ofoir wilh tho largest number of snl 1011 pass mgeri pivr taken from Hoston on ,1 ivgnlir trip Alfreel C. Vandoiiillt in apply for certificate of citiotiship in Rhode Island Favorable progress made in the negotiations between the New Haven road and the trainmen Certle M. Kimball, aged n, nisiiig from her home at Lebanon, N. II. St'NDAY, MARCH 20. Conflict In Lowell of 1K,00 mill op eratives to secure an Increase of 10 percent in wages preclpltnted by the (hutting down of seven big mills, labor men predict 11 detei mined fight Cuban senate ratJtlos the reciprocity treaty without change Lioness shot at Pittsfleld, Mass., after attacking horse; her en ire mite, also freed by accident, captured after chae through streets; attendant badly bitten R. P. Southgate, millionaire hotel man, driven Insane bv lovetiflalr Athletic association umoiig minor New Eng land colleies contemplated President Roosevelt ainioiiiici's ids itinerary for Ms. record-break lug trip of lti days, when he will ist 211 states and travel 14,000 miles -Ruiiiiii1 that Mrs. Jo-eph Chamberlain, wife of Hritish colonial secretary, is to be created Vlscoiintes of Highbury- Four Gloucester fishermen recited off Nova Scotia after being four days In an open boat without foot! nr water Year's extension of time given Stoutngtnu, Conn., bank to pay depositors Nego tiations for a settle'iiieiil of the Haver hill, Mass., shoe coniHct are practically on' Shamrock Ilia distinctly Hrlt isli boat l'et of the coal strike com mission only about .V.IS.nOO Evidence e'Dine,- to light that Arthur R. Penned! bought a revolver -ami day liurdlck was found dead Maine legislature edjounis after defeating St. Louis fair appropriation Twenty-eight killed nnd 50 Injured in Uuisltui strike riot Guatemala strlokn by volcanic outbreak. MONDAY, MARCH P.O. Death at Chicago of (J. F. Swift, leftige.rator car pioneer mill head of great packing concifu Many op eratives joining Lowell unions to se cure strike benefits Robert M. Haker and John P.. Kenerson, Dart mouth college students, drowned tit Hanover, N. II., by capsizing of canoe Miss Alice Roosevlt to christen the sultan's new cruiser Party lines lost in Chicago in llanison-Jitewart mayor ally light- President wants a full In vestigation made of pustniheo depatt-uiiMit- Admiral Cogiilan reports in surgents In control of Honduras coast West Point team wins the Inter collegiate fencing ch'iiiiploiisliip Mayor Grant of Lawre"ioo, Mass., pre fers chares against ll-etise commissioners- Massachusetts holding her own in cotton mill race witll the south Man arrested at Seattle, Wash., identitii'd as Gallagher of Taunton, Mass., wanted on luurder charge Mob at Hrnmwell, AV. Va., tears jail to pieces trying to get at a negro President decides not to appoint George Sawter to olllce in New i'ork Death of John 11. Stuelliy, street railway man, at Hoston Frni Rothe, flower medium, sentenced to IS months In prison at Herlln llaron Wheltnnll, Ilelglan minister to the court of St. lames, dead Proponed abolition of Jesuit exclusion act doomed to defeat In Germany Alleged plot to murder the coir during bis coming visit to ltnly Lord Hostibery's daughter, Lady Sybil, weds sou of Sir Robert Grant. TTESDAY, MARCH Uu Neither side depart.'d from its an- DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS AND GLASS. We would respectfully call the attention of all partiea attending to build, or make repairs, to our large stock of tha above goods. All regular sizes carried (or immediate ship ment. House Finish, and odd work of every desctripion, furnished to order, upon short notice. Small orders receiva the same careful attention that we give to large ones. Our prices are low We guaranteeall work. MORGAN BROS., Pioneer Shops. - Burlington, Vt ' 1 rnMDA M V 1 i strllI. They are the proper thing. Nothing more convenient. Nothing that lends such an air of style and grace to the wearer. Nothing that makes the wearer so well satisfied with herself and In our domestic dapartment we have somo extra special values in Fine Red Spreads which we cannot flu rl i ra f mrnin. $1.12 $1.39 each, at T. G,Sfford, Manager. nounc(d policy, antl much-feared mill strike .started at Lowell. Mar,; cot ton manufacturing industry of the city practically suspended: 15.000 people out of employment; silent spindles represent capital of 510.000.000 Eighteen arrests at Watcrbury , Conn., on charges of assault with intent to kill, in connection with trolley strike Alleged incendiary lire -n Wake field, Mass., causes 'l.nii.ig. of S.IOOO; panlns Congressman 1 1 ti! 1 thinks citizens nlnrmed it number of recent fires Rurdlck inquest closed at Buf falo Young woman at Salt Lake asleep :8 days Lieutenant Hender son, 1'. S. N., commlls suicide at Fnll River Charge of murder on bark- entine James H. Han Ion to in investi gated at Portland, Me Comptroller I Grout of New York recommends the 1 removal of Fire Commissioner Hturcis I Lawrence, Mass , li"onse commis- I slotiers secure an iiil'.ine.'tiiiii restrain j ing mayor from holding hearing of , charges against them Postotllce do- partmtmt investigating turf com- ' panievs Cngri'ssnrui Hull thinks Filipinos will make loyal American citizens First formal session of j Alaska boundary commission post poned to September Conditions iu Macedonia dally becoming, worse Another Mormon colony to In estab- 1 lNhed in Mexico Mail Mullah (lets to French territory, -scaping tin- Hrit ish London Times estabiisl.es a liows service "by Marconlgr.iph" -Presidents of Guatemala and Salvrdor make plans for peace- Germany an noyed by results of South Aft -can cutoms conference Alleged agree ment that china's money shall l ut In tin Russo-Chinese han.c In Pel; in Discovery of the boll weevil in Cuba will pivveiit extensive cotton growing. which has been planned. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. No ii"v features In great cotton mills st til. e- at Lowell Hullding at Hrook .ine. Mass., collapses, killing one man .1 ml seriously injuring four others William Rothwell (Young Corbett) de feats Tony McGovern in fight tor featherweight cliampoinshlp of the wen Id --Four trolley strikers held at .iti'iiiur.v, Conn, on charge of hs- -.1 uit with intent to kill Striking Ainesbiiry. Mass, carriage workers to return to woik 011 old terms Find ing In Hunliek inquest is that the) identity of murderer is not proved; judge rays he'would hold Pennell If ho eve- uliw Hoke- Smith quoted as ex- pressing the belief that Judg" TarUer could defeat Roosevelt Capture in New York of a counterfeiting plant wh.i-h has produced 10.000 spurious) dm e-,s - --Two killed and 1C Injured in a wreck on tin- Nn uga tuck division of tho New Hitven road - Renewed war up- on Senator Sinoot- Exchange of rati- , lie.ttlons of Cuban treaty France ta ; send a warship to San Domingo 1 New -icrman and Rrltlsh ministers In 1 Caracas Two new senators in Co- ; loinbi.i llkilj to oppose canal treaty 1 Natiloniilist press insists that the landi bill be llaanced by Irish money Serious revolt in Kossovn, European' Turkey, said to have support of Rus sia -Hankers' indemnity commission refuses tc forward silver bond foe China's payment to Fnlted States General Vanillic, captures a cruiser and chiefs of rorolutlon; tretiblo now. conliued to San Domingo City. it HAD THIS TO YOUR WIFF, AT IUUlAKi'WST. A Hussl.in young girl named Navajoksza l.aziszojivlteh. bo lived in the village ot Goloskjczseo kslnJvltch Got tired of her name And to better the snme She married a man nanieil Zhskzylcsz-atid-a-whole-lot -more-of-the-nlphabe-tovlleh. Denver Post. Clarence Slocuin, the nsw consul to Warsaw, who was appointed by Presi dent Roosevelt last week, is a son of th late Major-Oonerul Slocum.