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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908.
ne Cent A WORD. Ih 4VI. 1 .. . t - nuvcri.scn.ent ia cen wtiirh is less man viirtiaePA nm n frnm tn inno lines f?oitttcvs. 37.WU 111 IUII1L UI KitIlUU LI Hll. Darker, North avenuo. 25,tf &13,wlt. Tt'ATlOX wanted by an experienced bookkeeper and stenographer, or book keeper, by yount? man. lteferenees Kb.fiUvw.ii. ... . . . . .. . ..-I. ti 11 Hoard, 71 South VIUard street, Burlington, jj.wii. KV MILCH COWS wanted. lllKhcat price paid for calves, lions and live poultry. N. K. telephone. M. A. Smith, Addison, Vt. ".w3t RPRKRUN'TATIVE WANTED In each town, new telephone system, for towns and villages. No hello girl needed. Write, for circular, 12 The O rlleas Phone. S Beacon St., Boston. 124d.twlt i a vrMnAn nvnprinnecd V0U11K man J' years of afro, has wife and one aaURli trr 10 venrs old, would Uko to take charge of a farm. First-class references given. Address Box IE, Hancock, Vt. 1M -1 t. N" EXPERIENCED WOMAN wanted for general housework, wno Is neat anu willing. Small family. Good wages to the right person. Mrs. Q. II. Perkins, 2u5 South Prospect street, Burlington. ii:,wii. Lfinao.i line, win sun tit a. minm.-. -i-ply at oncu to M. M. Dean, Alburnh, Vt. pvl - J:v Ira Bromley, South Burling ton. 12,w2t COW'S for sale, from three to seven onra' r,lrf ftllV HflKK. 1 1 U 11 1 1 11C tO 11. t. notice sale. In cloth binding $3.50 for set of twn volumes. Tho second volumo alono ti "s Vrc. Press Association. Burllntr- tr.li t. Sl.wlv OJtU.1 new Ulliu 11 cuaia lu iksii tuuu- sands of readers In many towns of Ver mont what you havo to bell or what you anrl vnti will trnt renlles to vour adver- Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without Pain. The only olllco m Buiiliigiou where you pain without taking gas. My method la nnirpr: no after effects. DR. U HAZEN, Office 1S5 Pine street, Burlington, Vt Olhco hours, 10 to 3. 7 to 8. Boston University Law School. Isaac Rich Hall Ashburton Place. MELVILLE M. BIGELOW, Dean. Opens Oct. 5, 1OT. Boston, Mass. 47,WL'Ot f- I I III La I 1 Sj who have much correspondence with buyers in the largo cities will find it tho part of wis dom to use printed letter heads and envelopes and printed bill heads. This is a cheap way to advertise that you are an up-to-date business man. It'youbuv vour printing of the FR.EE PRESS ASSOCIA TION you will be well treated. w!3,tf X1JJ OUkll UI II II 1 f l ' ! 1 1 ,1 1.1 III! I I 111 I II KI is oi e-half moro In the larg:er eitle but tho Instruction Is not better than at tho i s s SHEUIURNE. lender To oil nersons poncerned In the e state of UlWSKTl.NU At a Probate Court, holden ut Hurllnj. enden. on the 22nl day of Sontembfr. 1MI in Instrument purporting to bo tt e last .111 ', . 1 tauliifili n I nr "Imiivia Mr..il... ate of Shelburne, In said district, de- lanK . was r.SHnif.i. in inr, ivmrt nr,,rA. And It Is ordered by nald court that the ;tn day ot October, ifio, at the I'robate oun rooms in said isur lngton. h n nni nniirn rnArpiir iivn tr. all . . P hrpn WM.k ullrppliilvplii In Iha IIiii-Hi.. Ih.l fit Hilld lir niilrin nr-atMr... .. . .u. iiiL-iwiuii-, juu nm nereny noiinea to ap. Given under my hand at Hurllnctnn in MAlll't IIAIH A, BINGHAM. X2,w3t, Judgo. t U1.U11JW I fill. BTATE Or VJ5UMU.T, District of Chit. tencen. To a I persons concerned In the estate of Jill 1. J ..v.w u. .,iuiii;aim-. i unlrl illatrliit. flncensnd. GRljETINn? At a Probate Court, holden at Burling- cien, on inn i'jnu nay i oepioinner, v.m, m instrument nurportins to bo the last nil and testament of llurvey v. Ilorton. Into ot Colchoster, In said district, de ceased, was presented to tho court afore said, for prnbnto, And it Is ordered by said court that tho th day ot Octolior, 1!W3, at tho Probato Court rooms In said Burlington, bo assign, d for proving said lnatrumcnt; and tnil notice thereof bo given to all ntrnons con. cerned, by publishing this order throe weeks successively In tho Hurllnirtnn Weekly Free lress, a newspapor published at said Burlington previous to the time appointed, Therefore, you are hereby notified to on pear before said Court, at the timo aad ( aioreuoiu, ana contest tn probate o laid will, If you have cauae. Given under my huna at Hiirllna-ton. In ? district, tins zmh day of September, MARCELL.ua A, IJING1IAM. U,w3t. Judge. CITY SURRENDERS Uniform Rank, Knights of Pyth ias, Gracefully Captured Montpelicr. EIGHTH ANNUAL . FIELD DAY I'rlfe Drill Followed l'nrmlr Hutlnnil C'mnimuy lni, St. Allinnn 2nil Pub lic Mrrdnir In (hp EvciiIiik with AddrpNfirH nu Ilciicflta of the Order. Montpeller, Sept. 23. Montpeller grace fully surrendered to-day to the llrst regi ment, Vermont Uniform Hank, Knights of Pythias mid from the expressions heard on every hand the visitors were ns well pleased with their reception as weie the people of the capital city to have them In their midst. The parade this afternoon formed on State street In front of the pavilion and whs made up In tho following order: Chief of Police McMahon and six patrol men; the Knights of Pythias Cornet band of Bellows Falls; Mollt.-Col. N. J. Roberts of Itarre and Adjutant C. M. Wllloy of Barre, mminted; company No. 3 from Rutland; dipt. W. I Davis; com pany No. I from St. Albans, Capt. J. O. lloyt: Champlnln company, No. 1 ns color guard, Capt. U, M. Nelson, St. Joluisliury; company No. 7 from Hollows Falls, Capt. II. M. Ingram; Company No. i; from Barre, Capt. M. B. Ballard; Company No. 2 from Ilardwlck, Capt. C,. I Bailey carriages containing MnJ.-'lcn. James It. Carnahan of Indiana polls, cnmmnnder-ln-rhlef of the Uniform Rank: Cran.l Chancellor O. II. Butterllcld of North Tro. , firand Keeper of Records and Seals C. F. O. Tinker of St. Johns bury; the Rev. S. O. Lewis of Barton Landins and several past grand chan cellors During the parade several of the com panies executed difficult evolutions which wore loudly cheered along the line. At the close of the parade, Major-General Carnahan reviewed tho regiment from a reviewing stand on Main street opposite the Union House. Only two companies, from Rutland and St. Albans, competed at tho close of the parade for the cash prize nnd loving cup offer to the liest drilled companies. Tho judges were Capt. W. A. Patlce of Co. II, 1st Vermont regiment. C. S. Cnrleton of Norwich University, Northfleld, nnd John T. Moseley of New York. The Judges nwarded the first prize of 'A nnd loving cup to Company No. 3 of Rutlnnd, Capt. Will L. Davis commander. The second prize of $35 was given to St. Albans Co. No. -1, Capt. J. G. Hoyt commanding. The Rutlnnd company scored 90 0-10 nralnst S 1-10 for the St. Albans com pany. During the drill one nf the men In the St. Albans company fainted, neces sitating the substituting of a green man, ESTATE OF PLUMA DARLING, FIELD, N. II. EN' STATE OF VERMONT. District of Chit tenden, ss. To all nersons concerned In the estate of Pluma Darling, late of Entield, in tho county of Grafton, in tno state of Isew Ilamnsnlre, deceased, GREETING: At a Probate Court, holden at Hurling' ton, within and for the district of Chltten. aen, on tne nun any or sopicmoor, iva, a certified copy of what purports to be tho last will and testament anil codicil thereto attached, of Pluma Darling, lato ot lumen!, in tne county ot uratton ana stnto oi rsew ltampsnire, uoeensea, witn tho ccitlllcate of the register of the pro- Date court tor said county, uemg tno per son having legal custody of said will and the tiles and records ot said court, that the original of said certified copy of tho last will and testament of tho said Pluma Darling, had been duly proved, approved. and nllowed by said probate court at laverhl 11. in said county of Grafton. New Hamnshlre. on the 14th dav of February. VjP3, and the said estnte duly committed to Jolin 11. isoonan, ot said fcinliem, as lie administrator tnerew, witn tno win innexed. It now appearing that the decedent lied leaving estate In this jurisdiction, the said will Is presented to this court fur nropate. as renuired uy law. Jt is incrciore urucreu uy saui couri mat he 9th day of October. lHXi, at the Probate Court rooms in said Burlington benniigned ror p.'ovlnir said Instrument: and that no tlee thereof be given to all Dersons con earned, by publishing this order three weeks successively In the Burlington Weeitiv I'Tfn frens. a newsnnDer nu unsh ed In Burlington, in said district, previous o tno time nppoinieu, Thfreroie. you are hereby notified to an near before said court, at the time and place aforesaid, and content the probate of said will, If you have cause, Given under my hand at Burlington, la said, district, tins ism ony or September, rwa. MAHCEbLUB A. UlN'QIIAM, 13,w3t. Judge. ESTATE OF ANGETjTNA A. PRATT OF COLCHESTKH. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chit teiu en. To all nersons concerned In the estat" of Angelina A, Pratt, late of Colchester. in said district deceased, UKFjBTING At a Probate Court, holden at Burling ton, within and for the District of Chttten .'en, on tho 22nd day of September, lOCtt, ar Instrument purporting to be the last win and testament oi Angelina a. j'ratt late of Colchester, In said district, do. censed, was presented to the court afore, said, for nronatc And 11 Is ordered by said Court thnt the 10th day of October, 1M, at tho Probate Court rooms In said Burlington, Ijo ns slrned for proving said instrument; and Hint notice inercni ne Given t" nil persons concerned, py puDllslilng tuts or iIit three weeks successively In tho Bur llngton "Weekly Free Press, a newspaper published In said Burlington, pro!ous to tne tune appmnn-u. 'riinniforo. vou nrn hereby notified to appear before sntd court, at the time nnd place nforcsald, and contest the probato of said will, if you havo cause. Given under my hand in Burlington In said district, this 22nd day of September, l'.".''l. AlAltLii;uut;a . iu.Nwiin.u. 13.W-I. .ludg. ESTATE OF LOUISE C. BALDWIN OF CHARLOTTE. We, the subscribers, having been ap pointed by the Honorable the Probate Court for the District of Chittenden nnmmlsifinern to receive, examine ana adjust tho claims and demands of all per sons acnlnst the estato of Loulso C. Bald win lnin of Chnrlotte. In said district. deceased, and also all clalrm- nnd demand exhibited in onset tnercio; anu nix inonms from tho day of the date hereof being al lowed by said Court for that purpose, w do therefore hereby give notice that we will attend to tho duties of our appointment at the late residence of tho decondont. in charlotte, In said district on tho third Wednesdays of Octolxsr nnd Mnrch, next, at 10 o'clock a. m., on ench of said days. Dated this 19th day of September, 190X W. W. IIIGBEE, GEORGE FOOTE. Jif.wSt. Commissioner's. EST ATI'. OF MVRON HOLM ICS OF WEST FORD. We, tho subscribers, having been ap pointed by tho llonornble the Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, com missioners to receive, oxamlno nnd adjust the claims and demands of all persons against the estato of Myron Holmes, late o' Westtord, in said district, deceased, nnd nlso all claims and demands exhibited In offsot thereto; and six months from the day of the date hereof being al lowed by said Court for that purpose, wo do therefore hereby glvo notice that we will attend to the duties of our appoint ment at the late residence of the de ceased, In West ford, Vt,, In said district, on the second Tuesdays of November and March next, nt 10 o'clock a. m., on each of said days. Dated this 17th dav of September, 1903. CASSIl'S COBB. AMOS PARTRIDGE, 13,w3t. CommlsaloncrB. FOR WOMEN Much That Every Woman Desires to Know About Sanative Antisep tic Cleansing And about the Care of the Skin, Scalp, Hair and Hands. Too much stress cannot bo placed on tho great value of Cutlcura Soap, Oint ment and Resolvent In the antiseptic cleansing of the raucous surfaces and of the blood and circulating fluids, thns affording pure, sweet nnd economical local and constitutional treatment for weakening ulcerations, Inflammations, ltchlngs, Irritations, relaxations, dis placements, pains and Irregularities peculiar to females. Hence tho Cutl cura remedies hate a wouderful Influ ence In restoring health, strength and beauty to weary women, who havo been prematurely aged and Invalided by these distressing ailments, as well as such sympathetic afflictions ns nnounla, chlorosis, hysteria, nervousness and debility. Women from the very first have fully appreciated the purity and sweetness, tho power to afford immediate relief, the certainty of speedy and permanent cure, the absolute safety and great economy which bavo made the Cutlcura remedies tho standard skin cures and humour remedies of the civilized world. Millions of the women use Cutlcura Soap, assisted by Cutlcura Ointment, for preserving, purifying and beauti fying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough and sore hands, for annoying irritations, and ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic purposes Which readily suggest themselves, as well as for all the purposes of the toilet, bath and nursery. Sold (hmothntiltfn world. CnMetjn BMOlTntflc.tln foTm of Chon.nn Cotf it IMIli. 3. per Till of )). Oiot tnint, AOc., Soip. 23c. ptpotn London, 27 Ctitrtarhovt Sq.i Pint. 6 Rue tin 1 1'iixt Boiton. 137 Columbni Aft. Totut Drug i. Chrm. Corp.. Sole Proprietors. B-Btncl:or"Allook torWom-r1' but dfsplte this drawback the evolutions were successfully completed. J his evening at eight o'clock a public meeting was held In Armory hall over which Col. J. Roberts of Barre presided. Music was furnished by "N lldcr's or chestra. The musical programme Included a flute solo by G. II. Wilder and a cornet solo by Carl Forsell, both of which wero loudly applauded. Trayer was offered by Grand Prelate A. AV Brown of Evansvllle. Af ter Introductory remarks by Col. Roberts, Col. C. I'. O. Tinker of St. Johnsbury, grand keeper of tho records and seals, was Introduced as tho first sjieaker. Col. Tinker extended the thanks of the regi ment to the entertainment committee from Barro and Montpeller that had so uccessfully planned for their comfort and enjoyment and referred briefly to tho growth of the Uniform Rank in Vermont during the past ten years. Past Grand Chancellor S. O. Lewis of Barton Banding spoko of the lessons of Pythlanlsm that havo benefited man kind during nil the years of the past nnd of the power for good In the organization that Is sure to he felt In solving great political and social problems of tho fu ture. Mr. Lewis said that Knight of Pythlanlsm belles Intemperance and as temperance men they cannot support the present license law. Not that tho order dictates to a man how he shall voto but If knights nre true to the pledge they havo taken they cannot consistently or conscientiously support a license law, MaJ.-Gen. Carnahan of Indianapolis was the last speaker of the evening. Ho caught the fancy of his hearers by speak ing of the product of Vermont marble, granite, mnple syrup and men and eulo gizing Vcrmnnters with whom he fought during the Civil War, as well as thoso who have won distinction In later con flicts. The remainder of his address was devoted almost exclusively to the Uni form Rank. At the close of the pro gramme the committee on arrangements from Barro and Montpelicr tendered n reception to the visiting grand lodge offi cers, past grand chancellors and supremo grand lodge oftlccrs. VERMONT FIREMEN HERE- oacd mo tuo.ij psnuituo,-) a large per cent, nf fires ns does the Bur lington department. Upon the conclusion of Chief Mur ray's remnrks brief speeches were made by G. C. Flske. representing tho Boston Woven Hose company. Mr. Rhodes of the Diamond Rubber com pany, and Mr. Rafter of the Eureka Fire Hose company. President Carmody spoko of tho pleasure with which the members of the association greeted the members of tho Barnes Hose company, and call ed upon Mr. Shea for a few remarks. The Intter responded briefly, speaking' of the Interest the members of the volunteer department took In their work and of the good effect tho exper ience had upon the men, F. E. Per kins followed Mr. Shea with congratu latory remarks to the members of tho Barnes Hose company. Officers for the ensuing year wore elected as follows: President D. F. Carmody of Fair Haven. Vlco-Presldents H. T. IIopo of Poultney, E. A. Burdlck of Wlnooskl, Richard. Connor of Bnrre, E. E. Fish nf West Randolph, S. D. Minor of Vor- gennes. Secretary E. D. Mooro of Benning ton, Treasurer L. C. Grant of Burling ton. Executive Committee F. E. Perkins nf Burlington, George W, Kidder of Mlddlebury, F. K. Blgwood ot Wlnooskl, Georgo W. Dunton nf Rutland, John II. Donnelly of Vorgennes. Auditors J. II, Donnelly, John J. Shea. International Representative Moses Murray of Burlington. Statistician S. D, Miner of Vor gennes. Tho following committees wero np pointed bv tho president: Legislative H. T. Cushman, L. C. Grant, J, H. Donnelly. Transportation F. E. Perkins, Er nest E. Fish. George W. Dunton. After tho olllcers had been olected Mr. Grant brought up tho question of a tournament nnd those present, by a unnntmous vote, declared that they wished to have nno next year, The question of a tournament nnd tho place for holding tho next convention wero left with the oxecutlvo committee, The convention then ndJournod. At live o'clock the party boarded the steamer Chatenugay hb tho guests of the Burlington members of tho asso elation and enjoyed a sail to Wostport and return, Dinner was sorved on tho boat and a most onjoynblo time was hud. Tho success of tho evont was In a very large moasuro due to tho ef forts of City Treasurer Grant, who takes a grent Interest in matters nor tulnlni; to tho association. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from sixth page.) the Sunday schooj session a homo de partment of tho Sunday school was organ ized, Rev. J. W. illsley being appointed superintendent and Mis. Cnrrlo Towne and Miss Ada Conner visitors. Mrs. Rena Gould of Worcester, Mass., Is a guest at tho Methodist inirsonnge. ROXBURY. Mrr.. Edna Young nnd daughter, Miss Mildred, of Bellows Fnlln nre visiting relatives In town, Mrs, L. A, Hull Is very 111 with pneumonia, Her sister, Mrs. Sargent of Coventry, Is with her. R. . Duusrnoor of Burlington Hpcnt Sunday at home. Miss Hello Wynne of Bethel spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss H. Francos Hanlon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pearl . Flint returned to their homo In Hlllsbnro Bridge, N. II, , Monday. The Indies of tho Unlvcrsallst circle will give a boiled dinner promptly nt twelve o'clock, Thursday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Farnsworth of Brnlntrco visited at S. Butlcrllcld's, Sunday. Mrs. William Ellis and Miss Bcrnlca havo ro turncd from a visit In the southern part of the Stntc and Massachusetts. Mrs. IHnttlo Cunning of Troy la visiting her sister, MrB. Merrlam. PLAINFIELD. Mrs. Dellnda suffered n slight shock re cently and Mrs. Ezoklel Skinner is car ing for her. Tho Plolnflold Co-Operatlvo creamery paid Its patrons 21 cents for August butter. WATERBURY CENTRE. Mrs. Carl C. Marshnll Is In Barro for a few days, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Johnson. Miss Alice Dill ingham of Barre was tho guest ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dillingham over Sunday. Mrs, C. II. Stone and her sister, Mrs. Chuso of Haverhill, Mass., aro visiting in Barro for a few days. Miss Llda Marrs of Barre was homo over Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marrs of Boston, Mass., aro guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Marrs. Miss Eunice L. Smith of Hudson, N. Y., Is tho guest of her brother, S R. Huso and family. Mrs. Ezra Clark and daughter wero guests ot her brother, S. A. Mansllold the past week. Mrs. Anglo Pratt, who died at tho homo nf C. S. Lord In Wl nooskl Saturday, was brought to this place for burial Monday afternoon, Tho funeral was hold nt the Baptist Church. The Rev. J. W. Burgln, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Roys officiating. There were many beautiful flowers. Mrs. Cornelia Wllley nnd sister, Rose, went to River side, Underbill Monday ns guests of their aunt, Margret MrElroy. W. H. Anderson was in St. Albans Sunday to attend tho funeral of tho wife of his brother, Tnber Anderson. Tne funeral of S. Adams was hold ot his home Tues day morning. The Rev. Mr. Roys of ficiating. Mr. Adams had Just colebrat ed his Slth birthday. His son, Georgo, nnd daughters, Ellen, Alma and llattle, were with him through his last Illness. The burial was In North Fayston beside his first wife nnd son, who died many years ago. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Walker . .. . . . . -1.- f 01 uurnngton were kuvsih ui Marshall's Tuesday. MORETOWN. Mr T Trerln nnd Mrs. C. Griffith and children from Watorbury visited Mrs. Frank Atkins Staurday. Little Vlra and Theodore Atkins had a birthday party Saturday. Twenty-two of tho llttlo folks were there. Cake and lec cream were served. Miss Mabel Atkins came homo from Waterbury Tuesday for a day or two. Frank Buckley and family have returned irnm incir visit in the West. Mr. and Mrs. Edward TlnrUniie frntn WilltKllplll visited Mr. .i n ta.iI .tlrln Knndn v. Miss ClaraSpauldlng and Miss Eva Parsons from Waitstleld were at tno tormer s home over Sunday. TheRov. O. B. Wells wents tn Hyde Park Monday. Mrs. M. 1 1. Griffith Is not as well. Mr. and Mrs. Booth went to Montpolier Tuesday. Tho ladles' prayer mooting this week Friday meets witn .Mrs. m. Freeman Tho Rev. MB,. Allen of Waltsfield nreached here and in Dux- bury Sunday. Miss Knowlcs of Fall River gave some of her experiences as mtran and ilPflffitieSS nt the cllUrcll SUU- d.iy evonlng The Good Templars met nt Mrs. Mi"(. F. E. Johnson's Friday evening leo cream and cake wero served. The Templars reunion will be held Wednesday, September 30. .Mrs. Tlnntnti viilrnd .TiiTiips finmervlllo in North Fayston over Sunday. Mr. Ed- son, who has been a clork in ji. u. Ward's store, has gone to Burlington, to attend school there. Walter AVilcox (u nttnnillnci- mplinnl In MnntnollOr. Mrs. J. S. Hill Is in West Berlin this week. WARREN. Mrs. Minnie Long and brother, Edward Slavton, arc guests of their father, E. W. Slayton. Edwin Elliott and son, Wil liam, visited In Lincoln Monday. Alfred Lamb and family, W. A. Avcrlll and Mrs. W. I'. Ilnrmond met with a serious acci dent last week while returning from the Northfleld fair. One of Mr. Lamb s horses became frightened, throwing nut those In the wagon and then ran down tho moun tain nearly a mile and Into Mr. Aveilll s wagon, overturning It and throwing Mr. Averlll and Mrs. Harmond to tho rocks beside tho road. They all received bruises and a bad shaking up, but no bones wero broken. Mrs. Harmond Is now much bet ter. Both carriages wero ruined, Burt Miller and Walter Russell were in Mont peller Saturdaj-. WINDSOR COUNTY SOUTH ROYALTON. Mrs. Frank Tenny has recovered from her recent Illness. MLss Ora Galusha left Friday for Poughkeepsle, A, Y,, where, sho will resume her studios in Vassar college. Mis, G. D. Hutchinson of Hartford is with her sister, Mrs. C. P. Abbott Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Fielders, Mr. and Mrs, Blanchard and O. H, Good- ale attended Northfleld fair last week. Dr. Freeman has rented an ofllco for dental work In W. II. Martin's block. Cards havo been received announcing tho marriage of Miss Bertha Mne Hudley to Ernest Bruco Motc.ilf. Mr. Metcalf was formerly a resident In town, Joseph Sherlock went to Burlington on Monday to enter the U, V. M. Tho committee of the Congregational Church have en gaged Rev. Mr. Goodwin nf Orcutt ns pastor for the coming year. Ray Noyes went to Burlington Monday morning to contlnuo his studies at the U. V. M. Lestor Ashley, who has been employed as boll boy In a summer hotel in tho White mountains, has returned Home. Mrs. Moore, a former resident of this place, loft Saturday morning for hor homo in East Providence, R. . C. B. Burt of Stowo was in town Saturdny Mrs. Daniel Durkeo and son of Califor nia, who havo been visiting at G, B. Durkec's, left Saturday. Dr, nnd Mrs. H. 11. Jlayw.ird of Tunbrldge wero guestH nt O. H. Goodalo's Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Doubleday visited relatives in Sharon Friday and Satur day. ROCHESTER. T. L. Martin has been visiting his sis ter, Mrs. L. E. Bailey, the paBt week. The third anniversary of tho Odd Feb lows' lodge wns observed Friday night Kdsop Hubbard of Randolph was In town Sunday. Chester Smith died nt his home In West Roohestor Tuesday; the funeral was Thursday. Ooorgo Holden hus rented William Prosser's house nt the lower mill nnd will movo there soon J. II. Trask Is In Boston this week for now goods. Robert Ournsoy and Ar thur Kinsman leave hero this week to attend tho Albany Business Cnllego. G. W. Averlll Is in Woodstock this week. READING. M, D. Tnwnsend nnd wlfo of Colum bus, Ohio have been visiting his sister. MJsa Eliza TownssnU. Tho full term uf the 1'clchvlllo school has opened with Miss Florcm-o Cilley ns teacher. C. M. Lawrence has purchased tho printing oh co of Edwin White and son. Tho Rev. Elizabeth II. Goldthwnlte, formerly In this place, Is tho guest of Mlnnlo Fay. Mrs. Sumner Fletcher and Mrs. Hello Pitkin of Boston, Mass., aro visiting at pr. F, c. Morgan's.-Mr. Clnrenco Wll kins ot Kecne, N, H has been visiting his brother, Mr. Sownll Wllklns. Miss Kale Orlswold has gone to Northamp ton, Mass., rind Miss Lena Buck to Bralntrce, Mass., where they havo ob tained positions ns teachers. Mr. mid Mrs. Drown of Trenton, N, J aro visit ing his sister, Mrs. Snrnh Wardncr. Local telephones havo recently boon placed In tho homes of StlUmau Gould and Mrs. Esther Vlttum.-Mr. W. B. I'ratt nnd fnmlly havo moved to Sax tons River nnd Mr. Center of Springfield has movod Into tho Valley house. WINDSOR. Harvey A. Clnrk of tho Windsor House Is out again after suffering two weeks with a sprained back. The first game of foot ball was played Saturday on McCarty's Hold, tho score stnndlng 5 to 0 in favor of Windsor, against Bellows Falls. The police court was busy last week, two drunks being fined tho usual dose nnd two others being sent over tho "Hill." Sneak thieves aro getting moro numer ous than common. M. J. Thrasher had n leg of lamb nnd other meats stolen out of his refrigerator Saturday night Water pipes havo been laid north of the village to A. E. Mann's arai Maxwell Evnrts's residences. Work on the extension of tho village sewer has come to a standstill, waiting for a permit to cross the Central Vermont railway's land near the depot. Farmers begun hauling corn to Baxter & Co.'s canning factory last week and it Is now running in good shape. GAYSVILLE. Mrs. Charlotte Whiting of Bennington, N. II,, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. II. Taggart. Herbert Mills, wlfo and daugh ter, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrrls WaterB and Beatrice are In Woodstock this week. Henry Thurston has moved from the Methodist parsonage to a tenement In tho boarding house, and Gideon Hutt is moving from Plttsfleld Into J. A. Chedcl's house. G. II. Hlggins nf Bos ton Is in town with a view tn starting a wood working business In tho button shop building. Miss Abide Whltcomb has returned from Boston. Mrs. Jennie Clay of Illinois is expected at the "Cobble" this week, for a few days visit with friends. The trespass ense of Joim Gll nioro and William Gondell was tried before Justice R. J. Flint and a jury ot six men Monday nt Clay's hotel. The plaintiff alleged damage by repeated in cursions by the defendant's cattle. Tho defense was poor fences. The Jury gavo a verdict for plaintiff to recover $7.00 damages. JVdin J. Wilson appeared for tne plaintiff, and Rufus nolt for tho defendent. Mrs. William Chamborlln has gone tu live with Miss Ellen Sawlns. V. S. Cutler and wife ana Mrs. Arietta A. Paeknrd spent Saturday at the home of their brother, Cornelius Cutler, In Lllllesville, the occasion being his Slth birthday. Mrs. George Miner and chll drop, who hive been spending tho sum mcr at tho "Cobble," returned Friday to their home in Brooklyn, N. Y. Tho Rev. J. W. Miller attended the centennial of tho Methodist Church In Rochester last week. Mrs. Nettle Porter of vcr montvllle, N. Y., Is at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Richardson for an extended visit. Mrs. Ella M. Pago returned from Brooklyn, N. Y, Monday. Mrs. Florence Rogers and son of East Randolph havo been tho recent guests of her sister, Mrs, C. A. Luce. Charles Spauldlng Is In Brldgewater this week. Wesley Roberts has a brother and Mstcr visiting him. A very pretty wedding occured Wednesday, Soptomber 10 at two o clock at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Loavitt, when their daugh ter, Fannie Allco was united In mar riage with Eugene Chamberlln. Tho bridal party, consisting of the bride and groom, Arthur Leavltt, a brother of the bride and Miss Harrlctte Taggart, also little Helen and Gertrude Dewey, who acted as (lower girls, stood beneath an arch of evergreens, from which was suspended n largo bell of whlto flowers. The ceromony was performed by the Rev. J. Wesley Miller, In tho presenco of a company of relatives and intlmato friends. The wedding march wns ren dored by Mrs. Mary Thayer, a sister ot the groom, following tho ceremony a reception was held, at which tho happy couple received congtatulatlons of thoso present. The refreshments were In chargo of Albert O. Thayer, and did him much credit. The rooms wero tastefully trimmed with evergreen and cut flowers, a great quantity of beautiful dahlias be ing presented by Mr. and Mrs. Huse ot Wlllnndnle farm. Rnndolpli. Tney wero the recipients of many useful presents The bride is a popular young lady and will bo much missed In the church and Sunday school, also by a host of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlln loft for a short trip almost too soon to get tho quantity of rlco and old shoes wlilcn wero wan ing for them. This week they go to Wor ccster, Mass., where the groom holds a desirable position. BETHEL. Tho Athletic Association of tho Whit comb high school Is making active prep aration for the foot ball season. About half of last year's players are back this year, Captain Georgo Waterman and Whlttnker for half backs, Kimball for full back and Shaw for quarterback Manager Dlnsmoro, Wheelock, Preston, iwitchel! together with a few new men, will make up tho lino, with a fair num bei ot substitutes for the difforent post Hons. The team is putting In regular practice and receiving moro or less coach lug trom the Rev. Mr. Fortier, pastor of the Universallst Church. The llrst game will be played with Randolph high school at Randolph October 10. It Is reported that two marriages will take place during tho coming week; that of William Fisher to Miss Gr.ico French on Thursday ot this week, and of tho Rev. John Wesley Miller to Miss Helen Southwoith on Monday next. Miss French, formerly of Springfield. Mass.. has resided In Bethel dining the most of tho past year and has made many friends In this vicinity. .Mr. Fisher assisted In tho local postofllco during tho Garfield-Arthur ndmlnlstra tlon and fur many years has been a popu lar mall clerk on the Newport and Springlield route. They will make their future home in tho Cndy house on Main street. Miss Southwoith Is tho daughter ot F. B, Southworth. who recently moved from Tutmer Lake. N. V.. nnd purchased the old Gardner Wheeler farm. Mr. Mil ler Is pastor of tho Methodist Churches at Brthel, Bethel Lympus nnd Oaysvillo, has been town superintendent of schools and is nt nresent first director of the Whltcomb high school.-Samuel Abbott and Joseph MeCormack went to Annum burv tho first of tho week to enter Mld dlebury College, Mr. Abbott In the Junior and Mr. MeCormack in tne iresnmun class. Clinton Sopor has rented of H. K. Wiry; the tenement room In tho Bethel Tavern building now occupied by La vear's barber whop, for his harness and boot nnd shoo repairing business, und will take possession January 1. Mr. Iv voar will enluigo his residenco near tho Bascom house and conduct his business nt that place. C. W. Marston is mak ing over the store room recently oecu idud bv W. J. Brooks and will rent tho north end of It as a separate store. The lease from C. W. Curtis to John T. Rogers of tho Curtis farm and stock was thrown up by mutual consont Inst Fri day and tho dlfforotico between tho par ties was suttlcd by tho decision ot threo nrbItrators.-Soth Alkens was arrested last Thursday on complnlnt of juror i . D Cashing for intoxication, pleaded guilty and was lined Ave dollnrs and cnstK ivrn Morn bad 31 head of cat tle tested last week, four of which wero condemned. W. J. Brooks Is clerking for Abbott & Cndy. AMERICAN LMAGUH BTANDINQ- "Van. Loit. PcL Boston 87 40 ,.".t Cleveland 74 CI MX Phllndelnhla 70 f-9 .RM Now York 60 61 .KM St, Louis fit 03 .485 Detroit 04 07 .4S0 Chlcngo f,7 U Washington 43 THE WEEK'S NEWS TI1UKSDAY, SKPT. 17. Dr. Clnroucp C. Perry arrested nt Hoston on chnrgp of polygnmyj ut lonst llvo limes married nnd only onco di vorced Terrific gale sweeps At lantic coast, causing havoc to ship ping, telegraph nnd trolley ser4rn nnd much dninngo to crops Prvsltlent Itoosovplt says ho hns not nnd will not Interfere In New York mayoralty cam paign Sir Thomns Llpton confined to bed nt Chlcngo with nppondlcltU .T. K. Wnde, former postal clerk, con victed at Portland. Mc of larceny of money from letters Police think they ere on the trail of N. C. Pocr, who swindled Boston brokers out of $15,000 -Serious damage to crops by frost In the northwest Board of conciliation grants Cox Bros, miners right to hire nnd select their own helpers Cablo ship sails north to lay Alnskn cable Parks In court again In New York; pleads not guilty to chnrge of extor tion Sven hundred nnd fifty em ployes of International Paper company strike nt Rumford Falls, Me Hun dred enses of plague In a fine suburb of Manila Revival of report that Captain Hobson is a candidate for congress Negroes propose to nsk congress to Investigate disfranchise ment Fanatics fall in attempt to capture headquarters of constabulary nt San Jose, Luzon; sharp fight; losses on both sides Persian grand vl.ler dis missed Macedonian Insurgents de feating Turks Seven American bank rockers In Honduras Sultan of Morocco almost captured in a recent battle Balfour cabinet seems united on tariff policy; likely to stand New alliance proposed in South Americn to absorb Bolivia nnd Acre Canal re port unanimously passes Colombian senate on first reading. FRIDAY, SRPT. IS. Chamberlain, Rltclilo and Lord Ham ilton resign from British cabinet; ru mor that Balfour may decide on gen eral election; clings to free trade pol icy as best for England Storm which swept New Jersey coast and New York passed along eastward and much serious damage Is reported; two small vessels wrecked on Pemaquld Point, Me., and 15 lives lost; many other minor disasters nlong the coast Strike among blacksmiths employed on Boston and Albany railroad Massa chusetts Prohibitionists' state conven tion selects Ilov. Oliver W. Cobb of Easthumpton for governor John Burns, alleged "slugger," wbo escaped from Newton, Mass., police and wns rearrested, pleads guilty upd Is hold In $8000 Mnn killed by automobile nt Caledonia, Vt., fair Non-suit refused In Wanamaker slander care at Heaver, Pa Tom Johnson starts campaign without waiting for plans of executive committee- Negro problem to bo prominent in next congress Mr. Bonaparte has free rein In the Indian Investigation Chief Clerk W. E. Murphy of genernl land ffice dismissed Canadian steamer seizes nets be longing to American flshewnop on Lake Erie Government printing office may be put under department of commerce and labor Cuban reciprocity will be considered In its relation to American Interests; Island not now In need lvord Salisbury's estnte valued at $1, Cnl.fJSO- Britain consents to French conquest of Morocco Powers trjing to stave off Turco-Rulgarlan war Venezuela officially denies report of war against Colombia Newfoundland sentiment for federation with Canada increasing Belgian societies In Now York defend conditions in the Congo Filipino Federal party making move to got more offices for natives Ger man Socialists refuse relchstng vice presidency, and vote opposition to the kaiser. SATURDAY, SEPT. 19. Practical end of curtailment of pro duction by Fall River cotfon mills (!rent powers inform Sultan of Tur key that massacres must cease Bos- fected by steamship line from St. John ton-Antwerp traftlc likely td be af fected by steamship line from St. John to Antwerp planned by Canadian Pa clflc railway Governor Hunt calls upon the president at Oyster Bay- Pull coal trade causes the closing down ot tivo colllerios at Rhamokln Six St. Louis banks to borrow $3,000,000 from the treasury department Al leged combination of Wall street and labor to defeat Roosevelt Question whether Miss Todd of Delaware is guilty of "pernicious activity" Dr. Wiley returns from Europe with new ideas relative to the pure food law Commissioner Hitchcock refuses to dismiss Beavers proceedings In New York Kaiser arrives at Vienna- Berlin knows of no plot to kill tho kaiser Correspondent of London Dally Mall expelled from Turkey American Alaska commissioners ques tlon British counsel on Portland canal Consternation In England over Sec ret.try Chamberlain's resignation from cabinet Another awful massacre In Macedonia; 10,000 reported killed in Kastoria. SUNDAY, SEPT. 20. Boston and Northern Street Railway company swindled out of about $150,000 by means of bogus trnnsfer checks; seven arrests thus far Mrs. Mnlachl Barnes arid Ishael Dunton, an ngod boarder, brutally beaten at East Sulll van, N. II.; woman's husband under arrest Angler Snell uiidei arrest at New Bedford on suspicion of having to do with the killing of Tllllnglmst Klrby, whose lwdy was found with skull fractured nnd a rope around tho neck W. T. Tupper. missing Cam bridge, Mnss., man, seen In Canada; a womuu In the caSc Mrs. Ida Mott, aged 18, commits suicide at Newark, N, J on learning that her husband is a bigamist Consolidated Lake Su perlor company shuts down and throws 3500 men out of employment; mn will be paid In checks ai'il there Is no money yet deposited to psy theni Miss Ruth Bryan to marry a Newport portrait painter, VMIIIsm II. Leavltt, against tlie opposition of her ftther nnd mother Murbhiliead, Jla, Nntloiinl bank lias discrepancy of $19,000 German cruiser Gazelle In Boston. harbor- Three hlghwajjmen, hupposed to bo Italian, rob Paymaster Sherman of tho Samnac mill of $3000 in ft lonely road al Woonsockot, R. I., and rako good their escnpa Schooner Gov ernor Ames of Boston reaches Neivport ows, Vu , iifiei- being stripped of hr , ilfht wlU Mii uiurli' blown BUqce iu J. VV. M?.AU f58 CHU This Store RCH FOR THE GREATEST Fall and Winter Business IN IT3 HISTORY. The new stocks have been purchased with the fact in mind that people expect to find the greatest values in Burlington in this store, and we are bound to fulfil their expectations. That we have done this proved, and we are going to cess by the same method. To-day we call special Ready-to-wear Garments. Tailor Hade Suits. The best values and most stylish eft'eots in Vermont for the money are found in our New Fall up to $30.00. We cannot describe each suit. They are all (Intercut. Coine and look at them. Others have been pleased, you will be. Dress and Walking Skirts. Tim kind Hint, look riirht. hancr ricrht and wear rich . Ii' von mp our lino of $4.00 values for $3.87 nnd the qualities and stn-s we sr.l at $5.00 you will not wonder at the number we sell of them. Waists and "Blouses. Our showinp of Fall Waists beats all former records, and we am the Shirt Waist Store of Burlington. Our Mercerized Wai-ts at $1.19) $1.69, $1.98 and. $2.98 are at a low price. All Wool Knit mouses at $1.98, $2,98 and $3.98, just $1.00 each less than usnal price for equal quality. All sizes and cclo'-s in stook just now. Tall and Winter Coats. While with the present weather it seems early to Inlk about Win ter Coats, yet we are selling them every day and the m-w style etl'd-ts which we nre showing in great numbers are doing the work. People do not all look alike when they buy their Ii'ndy-to-Vo,ir Garments of us, but they all look well dressed and have mhh nioiby left in their pockets. Have you seen tne special heavy all linen Table Damask we are selling at i 69 cents per yard? The J. W. McAuslan hurries in li tl" Virirlnln cup-s Submarine boat Moccasin fiieeefuMy torpedo i the MvKee 1 ti a test, Hi1 eon dltleiis of which wei'o favorable to the letter Labor lenders throughout the country to make nn isue of Hie Miller case n-ia'nst the president. MO.VIHY, SEPT. "1. Boys derail trolley car near W(t- boro. Mass.; one passenger Injured Ore ste.uncr Parker sinks on Superior; crew barely saved Formal challenge to Senator IJanna to debate with John II. Clarke In Ohio John D. Bocke- feller to build 15 ollice blocks in Cleve land liHtiiilillcan campaign opened by Ha nun. find other party leaders nt Chllileothe. O Little chance of favor able action on the canal treaty by Co lombia -John Alexander Howie to In vnde New York with an army of 3000 O. I'. Dexter, millionaire, murdered at Mr.Ione, X. Y Great Western rail road makes big land purehns in the city of Omaha President Hall of the Xew Haven railroad presents rislgna tlon Hot fighting In eastern Mace donia; five villages burned by Turks Twelve women Injured as 'csult of col lision on IlWnols Central at Chlcaeo Prodiictlcn of anthracite this year breaks all previous records Xew Haven mayor and citizens at odds over war veterans' entertainment P.. B. Tuttle of Xaueatuck, Conn,, hurled lu gdionl-proof cotfin Santiago Insur- sents lighting nmong themselves Present plans of the general staff like ly to cause ill feeling In the army Queen MarRherita of Italy given a warm greeting at Copenhagen. Tl'BSDAY, SEPT. 22. Seven men charged with swindling Boston and Northern railway by means of bogus transfer checks held for trial Speyc-r syndicate will fore close on property of Consolidated Lake Superior corapuny Chief .iustlco Lore of Delaware charges urnnd jury to Investigate White lynching; says ench wilful participant was a murderer Apple shipments from Boston show grent falling off. while other ports gain Chief of Police Oakes of Hevere, Mnss., plesd not guilty to Indictments of forgery and larceny Some Massa chusetts farmers received no com pensation from the stute for the loss of cattle because of the foot and mouth disease Verdict for John Wana maker In the scandal suit at Heaver, Pa A Xew York philanthropist plans n colony of Syracuse people in .Montana Percy H. Todd to be nude llrst president of the Xew York, Xew Haven und Hartford rsllrfcod and have charge of operating and tratlie departments Several small tlgbtn with Ladroiuvi and Moors In the Philippines l'l'ot Idence architects secure av trd for DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS AND GLASS. We would respectfully call the attention of all parties attending to build, or make repairs, to our large stock of tha above goods. All regular sizes carried for immediate ship ment House Finish, and odd work of every desctripion, furnished to order, upon short notice. Small orders recsiva the same careful attention that we give to large ones. Our prices are low We guaranteeall work. MORGAN BROS., Pioneer Shops. - Burlington, Vt COMPANY Is Ready in the past our success has continue to win greater suc attention to some of our Suits at $12.50, $15.00. $18.50 and wonders of values and stylish etfrr-t Don't Forget! That we are sole agents in this city for SON NETTE and AUGUS TINE COESETS, the best Corset made. T Co., Mare;r4r Dr ileiT'ii I !.: s tin- report that Colombia has Mibmltted a new canal plan Canadian government expects defeat in Alaskan case- Lxplos'on in Mozambique kills and injures nnb.v persons Another north pole ipe(P- tlon to leave London In Deceti her -Promotion ot former vali r.f lb. nit considered a cliallfeiige to the uow.rs Servln fears a rising cannot ha checked unless reforms are inlrnlMr in Macedonia ll-odrlck's war oflko administration considered a falmre; his resicnatlon from British war office is expected Ueniiai' trolley line makes burst of spe'd at rate of 114 miles nn hour. ' WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 211. Test of Lute prim, ry election sys tem at Boston hrou-rli out almost 10, 000 more voters than did caucus sys tem a year ago Samuel Swmyon, rt crank, tries to see president at Oyster Bay; held up byi secret service men nnd railroaded lo New York Fifty six Hrenien overcome by smoke nt a fire in Boston paint and drugstore- Beward offered tv American U'oolon company for capture of the robbers m ho held up Saranac mills paymaster- William T. Tnpper, missing Cam bridge, Mass., real estate and insniaiico man, left several checks with whhh to pay ills hills Indians claim tltlo to a 5000-acre game preserve on Capo Cod; trustee seeks prntectioi., and n master is appointed by Masai tiuetts supreme court Xew York workman falls eight stories, but Is not Iniured Tuskegeo institute opens with largest attendance on record Strike expei ted in the Boston and Albany shops at Bensselaer Gropnd broken for tho new People's pnlnce lu Jersey City Burglars rob South Il.i.lley, Mass., Iiostolllce of $1000 worth of stamps- -Ex-Cashler Sherwood of Southport, Conn., sentenced to 10 years In prison for embezzlement Cardlual Gibbons returns from Home; he sp?aks of tho new pope with great enthuslnsm Deputy sheriffs in San Francisco may be Involved In lllogal substitution of Chinese One of f'arry's non-union employes killed by a union hod car rier nt Indianapolis Inspector to bo sent to Indian reservations to investi gate sun dance case Governor Taft reports remarkable success of civil service system In the Philippines, GOOD ROOFING. Two hands, a knife, brush and hammer are all that's needed to lay Parold. It's waterproof felt, coated In a hard elastlo shell. Not just a llttlo better than oth ers, but In a class by itself Sample free. Hag-ar Pros., HurlliiRton. Vt Tho llev. Henry It. J'crcivil, a prom inent Protostant Episcopal divine, Is deadl at his county homo in Devon, Pa.