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TJJE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY. MARCH 21, 190 k,
There's always pleasure in store
for the visitor who views our Gar
ment Section. The light is perfect
no dark corners. The room is spac
ious no jostling. The stock is enor
mous no duplications. Compre
hensive is the word. Exclusive are
the styles. The Opening Exhibit is
Thursday, larch 24, 1904.
You are cordially welcome to
look over, examine, criticize. This
store is yours at all times. You are
not compelled to buy because you
The Nour stock of Oriental Rugs
will be on sale at this store Monday,
April 4th. Every Rug must be sold.
It's your best opportunity, if you
desire the genuine and valuable
Oriental Rugs at half price and less.
Rubbers are going up. But the Old
Bee Hive recklessly says Woman's Good
year Glove Rubbers all styles all
sizes 50c a pair
You won't get such good prices else
where. The Old Bee Hive is a good
shoe store to save money.
VOTE TO ISSUE BONDS
Very Little Opposition at Satur
day Night's City Meeting.
THE OLD BEE HIVE.
STEPHEN TAYLOR DEAD.
A IteHpcelcd CHIon. Iiiilil ed In
l'liiee fur II Years.
Stephen Tavlor, ati old and respected
jtm.IpiiI of tills cit filed at Inn home on
Jlurruv street Jloml.'iy morr.inp: nft'T :i
lirn-f illno.s. air. Tiiylor milTered in at
tack ol I In' Blip diirniK tlio rally rart of
the v. Inter but hurt resumed hit. duties
at the store of Hcnrv J. Nel?on. I -;t.
Krldiiv utternonn while :it work he was
MricKen with heal t failure find cullap--i d.
r. II. 1'.. f'olvin mi summoned i ml the
jin tion L was taken to hi homo, ivhore he
mffcrod n paralytic fdin k. JHirini; the
)i:i(-t low days ho was apparently im
proved until Monday morninn wlii'li ho
niffoiod a homoriluiKO and died at 10..i
Mr. Taylor uns horn In Ireland hi I'!'",
Mid was' therefore CS yeam of ui. lie
was biom-ht to this country In infancy
by his parents, i-annirl and Ann Taylor.
When n youtiR man ho entered the em
nine (if Kill-aim .-i Hates nt tin? Pioneer
' ii ops ond remalno.il there untl1 thotplant
iia.i dctroyi'il ny lire in .nr. iumw
i, short time later entered the employ
nf Charles 1.. Nel n In Ihe paint s-hop
f bu furniture store. When Henry J,
Nelson succeeded lil.s father, Mr. Taj lor
i-Hll rom-iiticd In the shop and up to th"
lime of his death had hem employed in
I Me sumo huililhik' for II year-, a re e mil
seldom aeliieved by anv uorkuimnan. In
juSi ho married Kllzn Clai'lie. who died ",1
ji.irh oko. riix chlldn Ii wile horn to
them, four of whom survive him. They
tiro .lot. n. Stephen and fan.tiel Ta.lur.
nil of this city, and Mrs. II. S. White
(if Colehe'ter. He also has a lirothcr,
James Tavlor of Wlnooski.
Mr. Tavh r was a man of liiuh ehnr-
mter. faithful and honest, and kind and
illinc under all circumstances. Dut-in:
his viunwr dns he was a nn mb r of
II e old lloxor KncMne company.
Toe fuin ral tool; place from St.
1'nul'n Church eilneihi v afternoon nt
:;0 o'clock, with interment in Lake View
l.r.t je.tr may he seen from tho following
.iu seniors. "'; junior-., "."; sophomores
,M: freshmen, K.I; specials. 13, total, :ill
literary ar.ientulo, classical, ft.'; civil
(liKllneis, It), clcctriial engineers, 41; nurl
inltnral, -H; chemists, -in; mechanical en-
Rinccts, IS; commerce and economics, ID;
specials. l!i; total, !U1; academic students,
311 ; medical students. ;.','; jrraud total, r.fii,,
1 r-0. : Seniors, 10: juniors, ill; sophomoies,
50; freshmen, !'.!; specials, IT; total, "mi;
literary sclonlltie. G; classical, f.S; electri
cal eiiKlnceis, 77; chemists, .U; nKt'icub
tural, 10; commerce and economies, 17;
special, 17; total. li'X; academic students
3'ii; medical students, L'l'J ; dairy students,
li: Kr.md total, Ml.
liiiimt,- the pte.-ent year there has beep
no dairy school and therefore no stu
dents in that department to help In the
J'ciHmon.v liilrmliieeil In tlie Suit
Ilrniicht liy Itcv ('Imril.
'1 no case of tlie ltev. I'liilippe fjlrnrd vs.
J. I!. McMahou and -Mrs. Nellie Prior
action for the tecovciy of damages of
$.ViX) for alleged fuLo Imprisoiiment, was
resumed Jlonday .illcinoon In county
court. Seetal witnesses were examined
em heliiill" of the plaintllf hut none of the
testimony was of particular interest.
W. 11. llrayton, a 1 iw student hi C. .1.
FcrKUFon's olllce, was Iho lirst witness,
lie was on Church street when Father
fllrard was surrounded hy the crowd. e
said Mrs. Prior remarked at that time
that she was Bind she had caught Father
(haul as he stole the things from St.
Mary's Cathedral. He said she alsn told
Father Cllrard that he ought to he
ashamed of himself and called him an
Other witnesses weie 15. H. Ilaldwhi, H.
A. Hoten, A. J. Cilley and (1. II. MylUes.
They all te-tllled lo the eiowd that sur
rounded Father fllrard hut did not tell
anythlnt: ot Inleiest In addition to what
had been stated hy previous witnes
Oily Council Inntructril lo M'uo Ilnnds
for JS7,000 in llun 2.". A'car nl 1'our
per Cent. Mm or Sn.vn Ktiienics
Cannot lie Iteiluccd,
i:v a nrncllcallv unanimous vote tho
clllxens f.Hthcied at tho city meelhiB: held
Saturday pvciiIiik hi the city hull voted
to autliorlze the city council lo issue
liotuls for the sum ot JST.iva to pn the
tempor iry loans of the city up lo January
1, IW1, to pay for tho ecmpletlon of the
new llhrarj and for oponlns the: new
sticcls already ordered.
The ineethiK was not a largely attended
one, the hall hclntr far from tun. j.nero
was no enthusiasm, the only speakers be
iiiK Mayor 1'urke and It. K. llrown, hoth
of whom favored bonding. Tho mcctlnr;
was cnlled lo order by Mayor Ut'rko and
City Clerk Mucombcr was elected clerk
of the meeting. After reading the petition
and call for the meeting Mayor uurKo
made .1 long speech tidvoc.Ulng the Issu
ance of bonds.
He said the city was facing a condition
that must bo met and that there wrrc, hut
three w lys of meeting it: Hy raising' a tax
sufllcleut lo pay nil tills year, by increas
ing the tax rate cnouAh so that the In
debtedness would be dispose-1 of In a few
years and by i-'sulnt, bonds. He said
Hint lie had talked with many people and
lhat he. believi d tho ma.loilty nf the voters
weie in favor of Issuing bonds.
He dwelt at length upon the tepulntlor
of Ihe city of Hurllugton and said lie
would be the last man to take a back
ward step. Ho sold that the city must
be conducted nlong progressive lines and
that It would be Impossible to reduce tho
ext.endltuics In the various departments.
He referred to tho nmounls iciiiireil by
tho various ellv departments and spoko
of the police departreent In particular.
He said the expense in tint deportment
could not lie reduced because tile city de
manded all thp protection it was getting
now. In th's connection be referred to
caip-'os for nddoil protection tnent'ionln
the Increased number of soldiers at Fort
Kthan Allen and the great nunibet of ells
solute characters on tl"- streets who con
stantlv bothered the people in residential
seciionu ot the city.
When Mayor Hnrke had ceased speak
ing Mr. llrown took the Hour and offered
(In. following resolution
Itesolved that tho city council be nut'
said council is hereby authorized to pledge
the oiodlt of the city by Rsuimr Its lie.
.Tillable bonds for the sum eif $7.0ii0 In
accord in. e with the provisions of Ihe city
charter, lor the purpose! of paying tho
outstanding temporary loans up to ,l.ni
nary 1, Flnl. and to pnv the expense of
completing ihe nnv library building, mil
the expense of street extensions already
ordercl, silrl bonds lo run for a term
not exceeillng 2" years, and to bear inter
est ne t oyeeeillpjr four per centum per
anpiim, payable semi-annually.
After Ihe resolution had been read Ml
Tirown made n brief speech in lavor of
Its pas-ao. Mr. Hrown said he believed
the issuance of bonds was the onlv prar
tlcnl way out of the present difficult.
He was opposed to ndsing the tax rate
as lie s.ilil 1 tin t t iture generations would
ip the benefit ei' the improveme.ils and
that he wa" willing they should help pay
fen them. He said the floating elebt up to
Jnnu-rv 1 amounted to S.d.iyiii, that It
would take $2i 0-0 to complete the library
and JRiWi to open the new streets. He
said that he believed the mayor was tak
ing the right stand In I lie present mat
ter and tint he should always support the
ma, or when he took such a stand
1 he motion was seconded and was pass
1 almost unanimously, there being but a
few "eatterinr negative votes.
Vfter the vote Mayor Hurko spoke about
Ihe payment of the dos; tax and referred
to the prosecutions that would have to
be brought in event of failure to pay the
tax. The gathering broke up without be
Just a littlt
too far and the
iTomnn ivito readies
over the elm for tue
coveted flower goes
crashing down into the
nbysi below. JUBt n
little too far and the
woman, who, day by
dnv. ncplectH to cure the
J V..ii i.' .
womanly uiBeascs which
weaken her isproitrated
upon a bed of sickness.
Xo woman should
trifle with the disposes peculiar to her
ex. Neglect to-tlay means a worse con
Dr. Ptnrcr' lfnvonto Prescription Is a
life and reliable remedy for the cure of
diseases peculiarly womanly. It estab
lishes regularity, elries enfeebling draiti3,
heals inflammation and ulceration and
cures female weakness.
"Mv wlft. Mm. Mnrv l'ates. lins hfen takhur
your medicine nnd tecHvcd (jrent benffit Iroui
it," Wfltti Mr, Gro. Win. l'stcs,, of Springjrrovc,
Vn. "Was troubled with reinnli wemnrj',,
heavy, brarlnr-dotvii nslui, i.everr palu hi bnrk
nd head, anela Hrea, worn-out ffellng nil thp
time. Tried nil the remedies weroulil hear off,
but they did no Rood Finally we wrote to yoti
and mr wife commenced taki'uK ' Favorite I're
Bcriptlon.' Took ten bottle, aud is in better
health than before in n long tim. We shall
always recommend llr l'leic'i l'nvorite Pre
acilptlon to alt who are thin afihcteil "
" Favorite Prescription " makes weak
women strong, sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women.
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
icoS large pages, in paper covers, is sent
tree on receipt ol twenty-one one-cent
stamps to pay e::pcnse of mailing onlv.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierre, Rtiflalo, N. Y.
lug tho affair on Church street ho
further injured, causing a sickness,
said ho hud not yet recovered from
WORK HAS INCREASED.
Culled on for
Work at ihe Stato Laboratory of lly.
slate in this city 1ms never been moro
appreciated than nt present, If tho num
ber of examinations tint are called for is
nny Indication of its usefulness. Tho ex
aminations which Dr. Wlltue, the dltcclor,
and Ills corps of assistants are called up
on to make cover a wide range ot sub
jects nnd are constantly Increasing,
oipj of the most Interesting fi aturcs
of tho work Is the medico-legal examina
tions, Dining the past two years, M such
examinations have been ordered b". judges
of the county courts, in eight of which
someltilng ol u positive nature has In on
lound, tiul in .v of which convictions
hae been scented. As a risult Dr.
U lltse has had to spend .",1 ihji, ill at
tendance at court as a witness. Hviiy
col'iity In the Ktnte has been represented
and th'- exiiinlnallons have covered all
kinds of altered clinic. At present (hero
me thtee such examinations being made
at the laboratory.
The substitullor of license forprohihitior
has .id led materially to tile woik at the '
Inboralory, as many commissioners have
applied lor examhiatlons ol liquor. Hlxtv-
two sin h eMiminntions were made up to
December 1 last and a number liavo shv e
In i n made.
.'.11 entirely new Mild of e.vitrb at ion I in -ret
uilv be, n railed lor and several .m Ii
ex.imln illons have been in ule during the,
p'i-t few weeks. It Is tile eNainin.Uiou
of maple sugar and syrup fen alnlteri
tioi's, etc The number of the-r ejamlna
tlons h'i not vet been large, but thee .ire
increa; i nr r.'pldl .
Tho'-e aie null a few of the m inv ex
aminations that ale made at the l.ibota
tory, h it are slmplv some of the newer
ones. 'Many examinations are made of
which no report Is mado because, those
wlio send Iho specimens fall to enclose
tbelr names. The number of exnmlna
tlens made since the laboratory was es
lul lh-hed N as follows;
arc most clcnidi'dly
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
After ill is is .said, 1 he whole Separator story js told,
Thr moral is obvious. 11' you are not, a Do Laval ,
thtisiast it is only beeini.sc you luck l)e Laval oxr,,.,...
Once a man uses a Do Laval inruiliinr, lie Mid , to
it it always satisfies, never disappoints. Tlii
ne said ol iiiiitaline separators, llie I Jo
ellines prove their supremacy hy consistent
stills, day after day.
An iiilcreslino; ealiilofrtie will ho sent I
quest, toe-ether with naine of nearest loca'
will oladly show machines.
men led In this cll v Di-lobei L'J, IW, and I
siii'Mved bv her liuuh.ind who Is lecovii-
ing ftom a si ere ntt.ick of pnrumoiila.
her iiaients In Wall rbnry, two sister.
Mis. Welllnglon K.igei of this city and
Mrs. ,1. H. Heels of Toronto, Canada, and
a biolhir, I,, f. Wrisley ot Ni w Haven,
Mis. Long was an earnest member of
the Baptist Church and Sunday school
and an active wbrkct in the King's
Daughters' society. She was possessed of
in unusually sweet disposition aud was
surrounded by a large i irele of fiirtuK
The r lathes" have Hie sympathy of the
rnneral service were nclii Wednes
day at ten o'clock at Hit- late home, and
the remains were taken to Wjterbnry
This mere ise in examinations means
that the ptoscnt appropriation will not.
bo sufficient lo carry on the work and an
Increased amount will iindonbt"d'y have
lo be asked for at the next ses-ion of tlio
.aval Separator Co.
i w i:(.i.i .i-: i',
STODDARD MFG. CO.
. i : v i : 1 1 l. iiitm i
74 CORTLANDT STREET
FROM JAIL TO B1ARRIAGE. f PROMINENT BENNINGTOLIAN
lleiie.. moon llelerreil
ii n 1 1
.lobe I,'.' i!
marv .e --,
hetti r I" ui t
e r behind
sequeiii e ,i
i oe w ho has hi i ii ri .I'd lor
el" Wed Tue-day th.it il w iJ
it lined than to n rn.iiu long-iln-
bars, and in 1 011
pii.ile mairiage ere-n.-rfiamed
bv .1 tipt ! "1' (I
F. 0. BEAUPRE RE-ELECTED.
as A cs-Mir r.t n
thf My -Totnicil
riiteilalniuent n ('nisv Mount J'Ik
nres from (be iiiiual Cadilogiie.
A very interesting musical and literary
f l.te-, tab-uncut was j'lvon at flrass Mount
Monday night under the auspices of ihe
College' Y. V. C. A. During the evening
the ladles' double quartette rendered .some
v. r, e.ood stlee lions; Mr. I'agr.all Fing
Fi-v i 1 aolos; Mr. MeFarlape gave a vio
lui ' lo anil the young ladles read tho In-tri-lim:
Ihne-act comedy, "Tho Jtoman-eei"-."
nil' ten by I kl mural Itostrand The
e nt, rtninnient was concluded by a rerlis
id labl'Tiux. after which all weie served
wiln relieshmenls and "V" banners and
(Ii.iwIuks were olfered for s.ile.
Tin annual catalogue lias been iued.
Tbi catalogue is linund in dark cover.-!
with giey ptlntiiif; instead of the c-overs
nlf.r ihe last jear's pattern. The ne-w
Issue Is mueli moro 'ystemitlo in ar
rangement, while ihe typography Is much
betiei. The students' names find ad
elrci.MS are glvon in tho front of tho lxxik
i.naicdlalclv after tlio faculty instead of
In Ih.i I'ikI i.nrl nf the liriol; e ni,:il 'I'lm !
catalogue coulains K,9 pages as agalnsf.
IU for lasl year. In the back of thei book
is given u Hit of the alutnnl associations
with their ofllcers The i nrollment of the
present year as compared with Hint of
II Sini'il Ills Leg.
A. H.inforth of LaGrange,
P. A. H.inforth of LaGrange, On., suf-
feted for six month? with a frightful tun-
nine soro on Ills leg; but writes that
I'ucklen's Arnica Salvo wholly cured in
live days. For Fleers, Wounds, riles, it's
the bet salve in the world. Cure guar
untied. Only i" els. Sold hy J. W.
(j'Sullivau and all druggists.
Greene's Warranted Syrnp of Tar
Has cured more coughs and colds, rind
like Ills, than any other remedy, and it
iilw.us will always, AVe are r.o sure it
Tdll that wo warrant every battle, and
In fact thavo a wiltlen (suarantuo
with every druggist to refund you your
money if it falls to cure. Don't you
think we must bo sure of how It will
net'.' AVo are not philanthropists becauso
wo sell you our remedy through your
drugi'lst for 23 cents, DO cents and il 00
per bottlo, but we do elisllko to hear
nny one cough, l'erhaps you may llnd
a druguUt who hnsn'l it. but It's doubt
ful, If you do, leavo your order with
Iihn: he can get It of his wholesaler.
"Win havo Biiicly heard of (air icmedy
before this; have you ever tried it'.'
Ilemernber, you can gel your money
back If it doesn't cure. IDw.fimo,
Illaneli of the llrne idcnl AHsoelullmi
I'ormeil In TliN clly.
Theie was organized in this city Sunday
a branch of the Jewish Li ague of Amer
ica, whoue object is to help all .lews suf
fering from tho coiiseijuences arising from
riotous oulhreiks dliecled against them,
wherever these may occur, such help to
take whatever torni i Ireumstances nny
demand. This matter has been under ill-
ciission for some lime bv leading Hebrews
of this city and at n mi eiing bejel Himd ly
at the Aichlh.ilei street synagogue the or
ganlzatlon of a blanch was nffected and
the following ollicers elected: President,
M. Misb'd; Ic e-pi ( sident, I. Rosenbeig;
I secrelury, II. ll. liosennerg; treasurer
Sam Kllnkofsteln. Th branch In this clly
Js to bo known as the Congregation lllinvcl
.eddek branch, Jewish Leaguo of Amer
This league was first agitated following
Hie Kialilnctf outbreaks and since Hint
linn; branches havo been organized, in
manv ol' tlie principal cities of tlie Tnlon
where Jews are to ho lound.
S1.75 IN TWO YEARS.
Amount Cunlrlliuled hy Clmrlon llnrrN
for s'lippiirl nf His rnniily.
'Ihe sum of $1 T,", W comparative! small
upon wlii'li tn support a woman and two
children for two vc.irs but that is the
amount Charles Harris left his wife two
ycais ago wlnii lie went away and
cording to her story he has not sent her
anything sun e. Harris left home two
ars ago and after his depailmo a sec
ond child was Lorn. He claims that Ii
has been working In tlio woods since Ids
departure but failed to get any pay. He
said he was willing to live wit li his wife
now and support her and the children. Ho
returned home last week. He was en-
ten-ed Monday by Judge Hawkins to
serve not le than two ami one-hair and
not mori than three months In the House
John Madden was arraigned In city court
yesterday on a cliaige of intoxication. He.
pleaded guilty and was lined and cots
of Slu.V.i. He will serve tlie alternate sen
li nee of 10 days in jail.
VERMONT FRISCO CLUB.
Illnerary nf the KuSuhts Templar Trip
to Nm l'rnuel-eo.
I'lie itinerary of tlie pilgrimage of the
Vermont Frisco club to the ith tiiennlal
conclave of Knights Templar at San
Francisco, (Jul., September ii. 7, s and
is a most tempting one. The trip will lie
made in a special train of I'lillni.m vc-tl-linle
cars, with dining' car attached, and
has been arranged so as to relieve one of
all Ihe hardshlpsof long continuous travel.
i'he paily will leave While fllver Junc
tion at 2:o p. m., the route Ii, Ing by way
of (ireenlicld. Mass., Jirsey Cltv, Phila
delphia and Harper's Fciry lo St. Louis
where tluee days will bo spent at tin- ex
position. Kansas City will bo the next
stopping place and a day will be spoilt
In Denver. The loule from that city will
be over the Denver fc Hio Grande railroad,
with Its wonderful scenery, stops being
made at Colorado Springs for a side trip
to tlie fiatden of the (iods, and at lllen-
wood Spiings and Salt Lake Clt. The
putty is due in S.m Francisco September
for a live days stay, lteniriuiig, the
route will ho via Portland, lire., and the
Yellowstone Park to St. Paul, thence to
Chicago, Pittslnitg and Washington.
reaching Vermont again S.iturd.i Sep
Tin. trip is intended for Vermont Knights
Templar, their trle.ids and ladies from all
oor the Stale. lie patty Is limited lo
1." and the entire ovpeie-e from White
Itivet Juni Hon will be $.T.n. The H ip will
be made under the peii-onal management
of P. I). Courtney of tho Haitimore t- Ohio
Congnssmar n.ishlns Is president of
the c lull. Dr. 11 li. Wnltakei- of I! irre is.
vii e-piesiilent C V. W lilt com h of Proc-
toisvllle is treasurer and Hie executive
committee is romposi d of Dr. ri. W. Daly
and C, F. Plunders ot White Itlvcr Junc
tion and (1. I llnot of Newport.
A Kpecial meeting of the city council
was held Tuesday night for the purpose of
ilecting a city assesscr. Mayor Jltiiko
proMdrd' and all tho eouncilmen ve-
prevent. The term of F. O. Heaupre ex
pired and lie was re elected. Th niun- il
At the conclusion of the meeting of the
ecu lcll the board of aldeimen wa-. called
to order. Ti e estate of Daniel Kc-iu ap
plied for a license to repair Hie block em
Church stri-et, recently occupied by D.
H. Nour nnd which was paitialiy des
troyed hy (Ire. The building inspectors
did not favor the repairs as the building
is n snnll wooden structuie and Is with
in the inner tire dbtiict. 1 1. W. C. Clupp
appeared bcfoie the boa id nnri argued
hi favor of allowing Iho premises to bo
reraired. The matter was leferred to u
A report was received from the com
mittee on accounts and claims i flat t vi
lli the damage claimed by T. O'Connor
of VjooUi street for overflow from n sewer
In his cellar. They reporti-d tho facts in
tlio case nnd said the damage was dne
to surfaco water rather tlnn to a sewer.
flie report was accepted and placed on
I'he btl for vsi:w for printing tho city
reports and a bill nf $T"l for plumbing
it Ihe pew almshouse were ordered paid.
Tlie board then adjourned.
Weliflet. Latullnne Is not vet out of ,iil
however, as he had no inoiiev lo pay iln
SJ0 beaid bill that was due and h and
his bride i annul enjoy lllelr hone moon
i 1 1 1 1 i I tin imoiint Is loi Iheoinins.
"'In In lib, who was Miss Louise l.ap.ni,
lift the jail and it is expected that ln
will make arrangements to have tlie I. .11
paid soon 'o that Latullppo cm gain In
Ireidom ,ii. d they can enjo the h.ippi
t'i thai has lieen so long defctred.
Den Ih of V. I
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I Mbi r in
I bis I in
SI ore HIols.
Letter In (ienrge Hurt
Dear Sir: Why don't wi make paint.
many others do, to go tliree-nuartcrs
far. or two-thirds, or halt, or a third,
i eiuui t r?
Mr. Aaron Illgglns. Vlalnfleld, N.
ilwnys used 1", gallons of paint for
house, Devoe took it
Tlieie are two sorts of paint; all paint
true punt, strong paint. tnll-m"asure
nnd part paint, false paint, weak paint,
The palut-manufactuiers arc two sorts;
Devoe and the rest. ionrs truly.
F. W. DKVOF, ,t CO.
P. S Hagar Pros, sell our paint.
Disturbances or strlkeis ore not nearly
as grave as an individual disoider of tho
syMeiu. overwork, loss of sjeep, nervous
tension will tin lonow-u py utter collapse,
unless a leiiaiue riminy is immnllateiy
iliiploved. There s nothing so ethclent to
enie disorders of tho Liver or Kidneys as
Kleclrle Hitters. It's a wonderful tonic
and clfcitice nervine and Hie greatest all
mound undicluo lor urn down systems.
It dispel- Nervousness. Rheumatism and
Neuralgia and expels Malaria germ
Only 30c, and satisfaction guaranteed by
J. W . O KnlllMin and all druggists.
ASKED FOR REDUCTION.
uleiiie (Hiery 1'ropninideil liy n Ite-
Npniiilenl In ( lly Court.
"Can't you make It a little Irs-, jadge,
's just like throwing money on the
lump." said Thomas Coffey of Colches
ter, when lined Tuesday in city court for
being drunk. Jui'ire Hawkins allowed
that lie com! not reduce ihe line and told
offey that lie had better throw tho whis
ey on tho oump next time and save ins
( ofley was at rested Monday evening by
the. police alter having made a disturb-
ice nt Kent's bakery. He pleaded guilty
in court Tuesday and was lined J.", and
osts of ."9. which he paid.
Joseph Peloime, who was arrested Sun-
da v by the police, was tn court ltiesday.
pleaded guilty to being drunk and was
lined y, and costs. He will serve tho alter
nate sentence, of in days In jail.
FR. GIRARD'S TESTIMONY.
That He Was Inlnred ami Had
It vcred from (lie I'lTerN,
St. Mary's Itomnn Catholic
Denevolent association, at ils
meeting held Sunday afternoon,
the follow In; officers for the
Prestdont llev. P. .7, Harrott.
First Vice-President ,r. F.. llurke.
Second Vice-Presldnnt 11, J, Hray
Hocorillnii Secretary T, J, McDon
Corresponding Secretary J, II, Mc
Financial Secretary T. A. Delnney
Treai urer V. II, ( nrley,
Grand Marshal Walter Hoy.
Medical H--am!ner--P. II. MeMnhnn
Investigating Coinnilllne Jnmi
O'Ncll. J. S. O'Hrlen. Patrlik Ilogan, L.
J. Hush and William ll.iulon.
COLLAR YOUR DOG.
Your selection from half a hundred patterns All kinds All sizes.
Dog Leads, Dog Whips, Dog Whistles, Dog Muzzles,
Dog Collar Locks and Bells.
JOHN A. MANSON & CO
Ulcers Hleeleil ami Money in Hie Trens.
iry lleporled nt Hie A no nil I Meeting.
The annual meeting of the society of
the L'nltatlan Church was hold Monday
alternooti in the church parlors, The r
ports of tlio various ollicers showed the
alfairs of the churcii to nc in an excellent
condition, Unit ot tlio trcasauor being es
pecially pleasing in that it showed
handsome halanoo In tho treasury, Tlie
terms of oilier of the prudential commit
tee, W. li. (lutes, C. D. Ordway and F.
11. Hiirgcss, w ere extendi d another year
and other ollicers were elected as fol
Modeiator-A. (1. Whltleinore.
clerk and tieai-uter (I. K. Johnson.
Collector 11. S. Adlst,
Auditor J. II. (biles.
Librarian-Miss Kllio Mooie.
Asiiistnnl librarian Ml.-s Mollle Mower
Iteprcsentatlvun on Hie board of ls-
llois to the Homo for Destitute Clilldicu
Mrs. C. L. Koulc and Mis. A. 11. Hates.
Tho meeting was adjourned to next
MoihI.iv cloning, when tlie annual rental
of pews will lake place, following thn
unil parish supper.
DEATH OF MRS. E. M. LONG.
Mis IMwanl M. l-oni; of III Doc.itiir
sttett died at her home Monday afler
noiin utter an illness of a month wllh
ecu brill meningitis. Mrs Long was con
sldcrcd much better until Sunday evening
wlie u hy the breaking of an abscess in her
head she was lenilercd unconscious and
gi.tiluully lulled until the end. A I'linusd
of physicians was held Monday morning
Imt they could give no liopuo of her lecov
cry. Mrs. Long wiih Miss Nelllo Wiisley
of W aterhur , d.iuglitcr of Cliurles s, ami
Snritli Wiisley and wiih born In Unit it.wn
eaiH iij, last September. Shu was
Ihe principal leatiue or the enso
brought bv the Rev. Philippe (liranl vs
J. it. Mi-Malion and Mrs. Sellie prior,
whli h la on trial in county court, Titos
day was the tisthnony nf rather (Uraid
lie lold In n low musical oice and In
broken Kngllsh. that at t lines was diill
cult to unileii-tand, tlie storv of ills trouble
in this eily. when ills baggage was search
ed nl the steur of tlie (Irani! I'lilon T
company. At one period dining Ills e:
amination be bloke down comph tnly and
erli d. A recess was onion il and at II
closn Father Hlrald had recovered him
si if and concluded Ills tcMctmon
SoncimI witnesses were examined during
Ihe foil noon and early part ot Hie an
noon em bibalf of tho plalutllc, among
t lie nt being th,. Ri v. P. .1. ll.iirott, m lur
at SI. Mary's Cnthcdr.il, who was railed
lo .is-lnt in Hie seaii 11 of Father lir.it d
baggage when he was detained. The .-ti
ninny ol these witnesses was not ul par
Father (Hi. ml was called to the stand
at about three o'clock. 11 was decided
lo Ineiulie of lilm without the aid of an
inteipieter and at times the examination
proecediil slowly because of his fiiilur
to cltailv understand I In uue.-llotis. II
told ol Ids visit lo tills city and of bim
bo came ftom Lakeside P.ilk to Hurling
Ion lor ihe pnrpo-e of taking tho tt.iln
Hi lold of Ills hi Ing siirroiindi il by
crowd on church street nnd of Mis. Prior'
notions at that tune Ho satd Mr. Prior
was very much excltid. w.ued her hand
and accused bhn 'if linvmg stolen th
llilngs fiom St. Mary's Cathedral. II
said lie showed her his cross and said lie
was a nrlest ami could administer th
lud "in lament, and asked her wliv lie
should want lo steal II. In reply he claim
ed she called liitn an Imposter.
Iln "aid lie made an attempt to boa id
the rleetile cars to go to Iho inllwity sl.i
Hon hut was prevented because tho cars
did not stop, The second lime he lulempl
ed he "aid Mr. McMahou prevented lilm
by pushing him. Father Hlraid said ho
had bis hands lull of bundles and that
during ihe attempt to bo.ud tho car hu
w is Injured. He was asked whern ho
was injiiied and alter taking a handker
chief ironi his pocket and wiping his
ooh replied hi a very low voice that ho
was ashamed lo say. An attempt was
mado to cany nut tin' csiuninntlon along
the line of the Injury but Father Hliard
began lo ei mid a ivcosh was taken,
After the rece.-s Father (lluird had re
covcrid his loiiiposure and Mated that he
was aim. t d with a rui'luic and that dur-
.o Ureal linprot einenl lo llisltlcs dur
ing tlie Past Week.
Ill soini- respects couiiiUons .ifi'iiti'
let. nl t Hide havo not improied il'iiln-,' th
we'k in lording lo iirad: ti eet's; road.,
aie still in had shape am! the wi nther i"
variable. Piai tically no sap has he, n se
cured 1 roin maple tie,, although fdi m
ers are well pr, pared to care fur tlie llow
as ouii tin- warm da- i oine. Maim
faetureis ine moderately bu-, but theri
ppeais In lie ii disposition among men
of affairs in all lines to await business eh
veiopments throughout tlie country l
fore iMending operation, but a hopeful
lecllng Is nliroad and tlie mnseivatis-m
shown is regarded as an Indication of
strength rather than oiheiv.'ise. Thi
water sitirillou Is greatly r-ll.-.ed mid
prospects of trouble from lie hi swollen
.streams is daily lessening as the season
advances. Labor is flirty iinployid ex
cept In a lew place- where local indus
tries are quiet.
Hurlington reports business fair among
the manufacturers; 1 el. ill trade satisfac
tory; collections as usual.
In Itutland manufacturers appear to be
betti r employed tlun gi ner.il ret.nl ti el',
whb li is epilet
Harre reports granite hii-un s both it
tin quarries and -lnd -nmiwli.it 0 I'..
fining lo tlie sfere wt.itlnr. heretnfere.
the quarries haM- rn in ed dilb ulw
to seiuie stoi;U bin a- iln demanil lie- n
been strong, b u i ouvemi i ( has n
snlu d. than otherwise win, Id Ii.im It -lull
trade is lair, and would be bitt. i if
WOlkinen wete belt, r ,-ll . , d ' ed. Tin I'W
business bloi 1c wlieb h ttf l 1 n re. .i.tlv
occupied, adds to the app, ir oi l1"
.Montpeller n ports, g. lerel busin, -at-isfactoiv
cot, -id rii I in lO'iditiuu of
mad-, ite. 'I'le- i dm! ti.nl- quii My re
sponds to i h.ingi - all. i ling lo' a I travel.
In St. Albans manuf.u Inn rs are bn-iy
N'i ws v. i - i . i
ill-- of iln d. no ! I'
Ce ,, i ,,, ,
!' H. I, or- e
I iN 111- I
bl-, -, . - I I
voi k will ' i , -1 t
u,i- ij i ' , i
liept l.l l-i I i r 1
t In- prlnc., 1 ' , ,
toprri-'crted hi i i i I
lie nls'i too! an ai Cle par i
t ion of the P. etdngtnn I i't '
'Ir. Ili'lmg li.-iv -hree 1 '
1 II. f alte r of Arkon, i . Mi -)-'
of tli.- r n v and J'r. y
'' Xoiib A'l i rn . M;is-, also
ll'ibm." ol LMinmgton.
Bankers and Brokers
N.y COHS. EtjC'-
YOUNG LIFE ENDED.
Ailn Mhii-iin. :i
Miss Ada Vclla Stlmsnn. eldest daugh
ter or Mi. nnd -Mrs. ('.. W. Stlmsoti, died
Tuesday morning at the home of her
parents at .III North slrecl. of pneumonia
after an illp.-s of but two weeks' dura
tion. Miss Stlmsnn was ID years nf age.
i member of the li class in Hie high scnool
mil was also secretary of Antonio He-
bekali Lodge. I O O F She was n young
lady ol estimable chaiacter, and her
many lovable qualities and sunny dispo-i-
llon endeared her tn all who knew In r.
She Is survived by her parents and two
lint retail trade is
rit. Johnsbuty l
iKlp is liqiuicl;
sunn w hat dull,
-ports an uuproem
bit-itie-- a- additlo
n lad trade i- '"
lips wool: ,
n biting to
lice upon ai . .
19 Ccnsrrcss St.,
r in ll
You think of a Cirr.i
BIG RETURNS ASSURED
For labor and time is w lint every bus.
iness man is looking fur. The suei ess.
fill farmer is tlio t.lircwdest man in tho
town, lie knows bv esperlence thai to
get goon returns lor lanor he must plow
well Ills horses and men wl'l be well
pvsorvecl and the ground turned lust
right to lit it lor ills iiops if lie
tlio "I'iin.v din f I l.e Un. I'lnia " Sold
what dull and collections onlv bur
The organ and overall I'.u lories at Hr.it
tleboto are nasnnahlv bu- . retail trade
i somi what quiet.
Mnnulacturing biwinrs nt Heiminjton
is lair, although sorne of the plants ar"
veiy bus; the po ir ru ids li,ie intirf i'" I
with intall iriicle.
lliKiness is irood at lb liows Falls M -
u lacturers as a rule are very busy an. I
ictuil trade is good eon-idt ring ihe sc..
son of the year.
Hardwlik leporls the granite n-.ttei-s
busy, the labor question hallux In en set
tled for a period of three y, ais Cm-ni-i
rable liullilliig i- In pnmt.-s. retail trade
I tn It ly ?ood.
Swanlou repot ts business good iniomj
Hi niJiiul'.ii tillers; nt.,il tr.nr- fair. Hm
p, iision of operations on tin' , In trie rail
way cau-es more or le-s Ii i iiiivetiience
New pot t reports manul.n n.i i r - w 1 11 em
plocel; retail tindc good for this tune of
year; collodions lair.
SpiingUeld reports the in.u lime sbopJ
busy, one of the plants w hn ll has been
running on short tune hawng resumed
full lime; let.ul tr.ale and i ollei tions
Harness or anything
taining to a horse
WALTER B. JOB
tv V 1 I
ursiiiNo Tin: nr.N p.i sinhss.
.1. Ta j lor
,1. Thomas, liur-
rnless tlie signs fail Addi-nn county,
the coming fall, will ceitainl do Its shilc
ii.n.inl lurnislilng til" Tli.m-k-gu mg
tables of I !o-ton ,.ins. a- n I, - than 1. 1
Incubators are In on I a I ion m thai ioiai
I, and pos.ahli Iln ic arc twee il it
lonnliei' Tins will nn m. aP'OoMio i !.
uses j n 0 . , . ,, )lnn, u-mn.al
no w nil ll .11 a- in nn ii' c
111 ll ma
1-1 111' I I
If 1- 1
11 V w 11 oo. vv nu kjkuuiL j---e
j 4 tJ
and heard his prices you
would appreciate this good
WHEN YOU LEARN BUSINESS
here oil are In t e
gre--, reli.ibllitv 'id i my
You in i bejin ..i ' i
Prlii. il. li. H A.!,
e Want to Help You
CLOTHES WILL DO IT
Dops Iln (ollni ul' tlinl f'.iO Top-Cnnt sit snii;. or li'
iiooso? Do tin sliDiihli'i's look lliii'k anil liuiu'lici
iiwnv ill oi'iii't'l'iil I'lii'vi'.s'.' hook nl it liiti'il, tliPii coim
try on n yti'in-Hloi'li Sumrt Suit.
ip v itro all signi'il with tliis
C HLblMIRtD 1611
No ImptinK or snK'uiK in thiMii, lint u 111 thnt 1 i jxhl
e-iind points nnd hides your luid inn's. Xo liuittoi if
stout or tliin. tall or short, iivo us your sizt and we
vou the clothes that will lit you. Tito Spring and
models ai'o of strikiiiu' style and wot -up, and Tor your own o;nod
we siiKK'est that you just take a liiinuto oil" to try them on.
THE BLUE STORE. -
i. or sweep LNTiT-Wo:. IL'
in nnd f XT J
sl A 7 ih---r-
y wr .ax im n w Vf