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TULIC HU ISLINGTON FREE PRHSS: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1904 4f44f-f 44-f-f-H-f444f4444 -f 4 !The 4 I Theatrical I Season. 4 Tli.' must interesting iiml till 4 ahsorhimr question is "what Sllilll I AVr.ir." Tlic Old Uot'. 4 I live has made ononiiniis pre- nil ions in onler to moot tlu" t flrillillltl lor I Theatre and Carriage Wraps. 4 Koine very linndsomo stylos can In- M-oii in iiiiv North "n d' every day Exclusive li s Correct copies of the Parisian garments that have, hocii told of in the .Magazines devoted 1 Women's Attire. Silk Underskirts 4 li.iv we iisl; yon to eon'-ider . the especially rood quality of a very remarkable undershirt of -- Fine Taffeta .Silk soft anil lus t roils with just it niee. digui t lierl rustle not too loud for J good taste All colors, twenty shades A ifli.'iO value. I Children's iz,i i Shoes Tor Vnss- We niure to say that it is in t to impossible to iind as large ;ni assorlinent as we t ir ry, as tine a quality and as low prices on young people's shoes anywhere, outside of this store. The box calf .times with low safety heel heavy wide extension edge doodyear welt soles $1.00 to $2.00. Yiei Kid lieavy Oootlyear welt soles, patent tip, made for st le and service $1.50 to $2.00. A special line of Chilnr'n s Sho.-s for dress and school $1.00 to $2.00. Also a splendid assort mem of soft sole shoes anil mocassins for the babies--in all the need ed colors 25c, 50c, 75c. 1'i'i'rless Patterns 1 lie mot li e's createst help in malin.f the it! folks' clothes 5c, 10c, 15c each. $4.98. THE OLD BEE HIVE. NEW SCHOOL HOUSE. Archibald Slreet Itiill.llnu Wilt He Head.,' for Spring; Terin. 'Jin . terior of the new1 Archibald sir...1 .,i huol building Is laphlly ncar tr.p , eiipletlon iind wot 1c upon the in ter 'i v 111 1'" commenced shortly so tl.ii the stiii' ire will be in readiness Much I T' , '"ft . the i . ui, Or li-l .liri. .-r ( OH"-' I '.I I 1" , I V I I . ..m '!! ..ilgltn . pt li'lltui e in i pi on, i. Jut I . I SI . . " 1," 11' t H lilllll .- prln.' Ar It 1- .1 sul J l . ' J .' i ion till i i 1 1 n . . 1 1 i i ' to fit' scllo r Hie opening of the l , l.i.oi. i;xi av.itious for a w ro begun the llrst of d : 'in e then the work of i i j been rapid! v p'lsl.i d 'Im i 'h.i rlex w Spi i r. ii i II n t called f.ir the ii 1.'T li.iO and I he building 1. ( Olllpll t'l el .t otl 1 1 1 at umoi.nt. hool house oe .1 i. p. ,n tbr. e il hi ,nd vv.iln i i ' I .i 1 struct ui i . i I th" Upe nt III ln'e, m -'llcil , . i c the Mil.'S bv it 1 1 eet x. l-l I el 111 ..i, lull , -hilildliigx. "i v i I le a notable nddithm - . H. H Wllleox 1.x the ntr 11,1' 'lie butldii.tr l 1"! feet t In. lies long l" .'. Tret I Inches wide, Its height to ti . ids is 84 leet, and to the top of t1 I'.ik ta) feet. It is covered by a I ; i . f upon which will be . , i a U.m- iita. on slate. Theio are ihrec . n- t' Thf main one, wlih h ix I nun tic Archibald ttr'it tide, i. appioaclud f Rifles o ,irlii'nH:tii)tiif.5!ir $1.50 to $21.00. Hamilton, Stevens, Winchester, Remington and Savage Rifles. Iiiflcs for liirRi) nnd hiiiiiII iinmf and cvor.vlliiiiK that ,ot's w'1"1 t iiojn. JOHN A, MANSON &CO. I 0 T 0 f .a The Sale of Black Silks. Through an error on the part of the Ad-miin we prinl-d a wrong price on Haskell's Muck Taffeta yesterday-We hasten to correct it and trust you will hear in in i iitl that our prices on this Kirst -class Silk are always lowest-The item referred to is Haskell's Taffeta in Kern mints of 0 to 20 yards the Hoe quality. GO CENTS, not G5c, .is printed yesterday. lieiiiuanls of Colored Taffeta, all silk We quality for 21c Komnants of Warranted Mack Taffeta, 50c and 7.V. quality for 4Bc JJeinnants of Swiss Taffeta, the $1.00 and $1.50 qual ity 75c : The above remnants are .splendidly adapted to the mak jntr ft Skirts, Shirt Waists: J'etlieoats, etc. Black vSilk Waists $2.98. A waist that is above nil in ,..,. Ill-,- .,,,.1 .1 .l,i ...i, I fl ..'...I I . .lllllil tiiiil nitii ii. hi iu ivn(i stylish henistitched or drop stitch front, side plaited should- or, new full sleeve and a re- marhable value for the price. 4 The Cotton mid Wool Waists are now displayi d next to the X liibbon section on r rout id floor. Rain Coats, I Tourist Coats, 1 3-4 Length ' : Rain Coats.: Have you ever noticed the uiisitrhtly h;n to some of the h'ain (.'oats worn on the ur linton hiyhwiiy - They weren't boufrht here There's not a h'ain (.'oat that comes to this store or is sold by us that is not man-lailoi'ed Mvery scant every line the shoulders the waist line are designed by scientific measure and are thor oughly put totiether just as a -Man's (.'oat is made They can't pM out of shape The rain won't affect, them And then the styles are positively correct Full skirt, belted at waist and tho A f i ! it n rv stvle. $9.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00. , A splendid lot to select from. throi tjli i l.riek porch nbov which the worcK "Archihald Slreet School" nnd 'he datr ar. done in terra '. otta. The xlde (iiir.niii- .ne nppio.'iched from Spring and Walnut stteets respectively. In the basement will be Installed the stenm heating apparatus and the toilel rooms. Tho contract lor the hcntlng nppnrutus has been award "d 'o the (. S. Jiludgett cuinpany. The middle por tion of thu biisemi'iit will be occupied bv the ventilating system. The system of ventilation adopted is tli.u known as the aspirating system which i also employed In tin. Adams s. hool huilding and by whii h natui.il law-; are biought, into play without ariiticial aid Tin i 1 a c x moms me to I... on tho tir-t and sreond floors nnd will he eight n numhir. The diini nslons of eaeli room are "i! by "2 feet and e.n h room will ai i omodate CO ptipllx-, so that the . ntire structure will provide quarters t"i- I'M) pnpilx. 1'oiir of these rooms are on the lir-'t lloor. one in eaeh cur ie' Thev .ire provided with coat moms and are all touch, d thiough the in mi coiruior. 'I'here Is also a tench-ei-x' room. The at r.'ingement of the sec ond Moor is similar to that of tho llrst Il '. The thud lloor will be If ft uu- hnislicil and Mill be devuieil to storage pin poses. There are about 7,000 square leet ot space on loch lloor. The Interior woodwork will be done In cvpress and the ceilings will be of sliel Kach room Is lighted by 'even huge wondows. The main Interior walls nre nf brick and the structure Is m mi -lire proof. All Ki -o--oo oo- LISTEN CAREFULLY Tlio liotnls of fninilios Kliowltl carefully study wlierp to buy 11... Iwx.l ,.l,,.t. I',... II... l.w.l l.liu lien rtiiwci mi in" ii'um, inoiipy. Childron's feet, are as 6 imii'li looked iil'ler in our utoro T ns grown folks'. 0 ... . . ii r , i . j ry a pair, mere is iiouiing better for (lie price you pay. A. E. liOLBROOK, GO CHURCH STREET. lids THE PUBLIC DOCK. Ahlcriiiiinlo Coniiiilttci; llnic Two Vlrc" nt Properly In Mlnil. The cpirstioli nf t hr purrhne of n pub Ik .lock was Hilly tllfi'HSKi'il Tuesday nlKht liy M.lVilf Hill he iiml Aldermen ISenvos, Mnrn.ui unci Wlllnrd, who ni" members of thu t pedal committee appointed for th.it purpose. Tho coinliilllco has In view two pl.ces uf property and It Is probable Hint ono of them will bo ppitir.fl. The ntii! wliii h nt present im-cts with tin', mjsl f.ivnr iinioiiK inembo's ot I'm oointnitteo Ih the dock Just south nf that owned by 1 1 1 or Chumplulri Transportation Co. Tills doi'U Is owned by tho Ktitl.Uid nillro.nl nnd a portion of it Im loused to tho Spaiildliu; Kimball Co. It lilto con tains a tallrond spur. Tho railroad com pany nbsoluloly refuses to poll this dork lint is wllllm; to lriiro it to mo cu. The liiembtts of tho cninmltteo no not wiint to base, a din k as they do not oon- , Klder that H what thy were In.-diU'ited to do. Tin- iloik in in good r. pair with I the uxi eptlon nf the i-iiilth elb. It hi i sllnmted that It would cost abo.it to tepalr that porllon. In fact, Al'lernian W bird uflcied last night to laiiO ill" con- 1 trad for that sum. Tho approach to tlic dock would tili-o need sonic repairs hut It was estimated that a crushed stone ro.nl could he built nt a rea.onuhli ex pense. The refie-.il of tho Ilutland load to sell thK property leaves but one nurse of action open to the committee If lh-y decide Id get the dock nnd that Is to Kcnuct'r the premises In accoidanco with an ai i pass, d at tho last t 'salon of the l.eglsliitnre. The. last lime this prop frty was nppr.iised by city apprilsoif, lime yrais ngo, It was valued at $IV.".!. This is not ciuisiilcrrd any llguie to go bv, liottiver, and it Is efcllnialed that the properly, if condemned, could not be so- mod at mm h less thiiu twice th.it nmnimt. The other plee of property (.Inch Is tinder consideration is the iVntral Ver mont dink at tho foot Of College tieet. The Conn. i! Vermont railway will eot tlx n price Upon the propeity but nsk the .jiy lo n.iiiie n llgure. The Ij1; champlain Vneht club has n V years' h ie of a portion of this proncily. The (iie-tlon of grade In drawing loads from this dock was i onsldei ed lust nlgnt and It was an .haunt to which roti'-ldi r.ihle ohiecllon n ofleied. The two (lot Us .were computed from evi ry point of view and the ipHsthn cf priii wn talked over hut nothing was said to Intimate what would be nfleiel if the city should finally decide that the C. ntrnl cimout dock was tin; property wanted. Tie ciiiiiniiltee will visit the like shole soon and again Inspi ct the nri rty In oidir that no mistake be made as to which N the iimre d.nahle. In the meantime the malt'T will he refined to city Attorney lti.i-.vn, who Will he i.kfil to look lip leual ipi.-liliu and to aiUii' the eomm.ttic ai lo wliit c.ure th.;. shall jiursue. The ni'inlvi of the louimittie do not wish to make any 111. gal move but want . vi r thing to liro.'.-eil ti. siiioothly hi possible. It tiny ih i idc to secure the llnthi'i 1 pi opcrt y it is probable that n tender will bo mad" to the Itutland rnilr ad and If this is lefused the dock will In sequent, n d and a committee appoint! d tu tlx the pi ice to be paid. Auoth. r meeting nt the committee w.ll be held In the near future, at whMi time the opinion of Attorney Itiown v Ml be secur.d and futther arrangements will be made. COMPANY D AHEAD. Made score of .1(10 Hut of rxlile coo at Itllle linage. Tf.uiix of 1 ' men eneli. lepresentlng every . unpany In the Vermont Nation al fluard. began Imsday at the rango it Koi t Kthan Alien tli" competitive shoot for the centennial trophy cup. Tho details lrom the .iroux compa nies niriv.d nt dilferen' hours during the forenoon, but It was not until alter twelve o'clock that the shooting licg.iii. In all about '.'no ni'-n aie in lamp. Tho "hooting Tuexday was cnt'ielv ai jimi .-aids mid wa.x more ihaii sitis t.o liry to ihe offh ei s in charge, c.tpt. i' 1' Iturnliam, ordnanc .ifficr, ix exee'itive oftlcer of the Mint. The c.unp w ns made Tuesday moin mg on the State camp grounds. Thu men are quartered in tents and aie sup plied with extra blankets .mil oil siovos to proi. ct them during the cold nights. I offer, nt rules prevail at the shoot this year and the result Is ex pected to be moro s.itlslactory than in pre inns "irs. The shooting at the L'W yards range was completed Tues'hiy and at the close Company I) nf St. .lohnshury was in Hie had with a total of 4l"l points out of a pnsihlo Ol. Company Ii of St. Albans was :i close .rcuiid with a score of IW and Company K of Itaiie was third with a score ot IM. Company 11 now holds the cup. The highest indlvldu.il score was made bv Ma n r Oyer, who made IJ out nt a pos sible ."a. Captain THIntxon of St. Alb. in- made ii, nx did 1'iUate Hurt la'tuo "f Company II of Motitnellcr. i'ipt. P. H"gi rs of Hnrre. I'l ivute 1 r(..l iii. i Mnntpeller nnd Lb-nt J. c. lloMcn .1 or Clarfiidon each made 41. I'll? standing of the loinpnnles at the close of tin day's shoot wax as follon-- Company A of Itutland "7.' Company Company Company i 'ompany Company Company of SI A lh. i lis !':) of Ilrnnilon of Si. .lohnshury vt of Katie "is of Northlleld of Mrndford :i of Montpi b r a Company Companv Companv I 'onipany 1 nf Nnrthth I.I IC of lleliultlglou :l 1 . of New pin t '.'i", M of lltirhiieini, p Comp.i'iv In nihlition to counting for tho cent "ii- ninl trophy the scores made by the com- panlex m the second battalion count on the battalion cup contest. In this bat talion Company M bads, with Companv K a elnxe second Company A is third and Company C Is fourth, POSTPONED ONE MONTH. Ilenibiiiiirleri of l.-.lh Cavnlry Will lie 'KnIiiIiIIsIii'iI at I'oit Kthnn Allen In ovcnilier. 'J'he licadqunrterx, band nnd second xquadron of tho K.th cavalry, at pres ent at Tort Myer, Va., will change sta tion to l'ort nthan Allen November 20, Instead nf October 20, as originally ordeicd. Thin change comes In a form of an order from the war department owing to the quarters not being com pleted. The quarters for these men nt pres. cut are constructed, evcept tho Interior llnlshlng and the Honrs. Tho contrac tors expect to bo abb. to have one building ready for occupancy Novem ber 1, and the other one Decetpber 1. Tim new buildings nro built very much on the pattern of the present cav alry barracks, except that the ceilings on the lower Horns aie of steel. The lavatoiles In the cellar contain show er baths nnd the buildings me more highly llnlshcd. Thi y nro wired for electricity and also have gas connec tions. Tho cost of the two double bar racks was in the ni Igliborliood of JIOO.UOO for construction, and J22.00U for wiring, plumbing and other lur- nlslilngs. Fltsipiili b k Pennington of J'liittsbiirgli weio tho builders. Tho other contracts were scattered among various arms. Tho Htnbles for this squadron have been completed n long tune, having been built last winter by the Iturkley Costructlon company of I'lattslnii gh. At pieent ntn of llietn is being occupied by Troop 1,, nth cavalry, owing lo mu of the original stnbb x being ucsiro, i ii ny lire. '1'iic re construction ol tills hurniiil stable pro presses rapidly and It will be completed before the iirnval of the lumps fnuu Kurt Myer The work on tho stnbles for the b.e d Is in a lino statu nnd although they w II not be enmpb ted for some tl mo it will n il handicap Ihe Iroopcn iik there will I enough room by s iittcnni! tin horns among tho vurlous troops, The quarter fir the band n it pn nt e ipied bv recruit. Tho work on tho new Bti.ird house eon Unties mid thlH building, which will U ii much needed ono nt the garrison, will In completed In January, JW.. Within the past few da F'lt jipatrlck A Pennington hnvii been turnlnc over the additions to the cavalry stable Ktintd houses for hlnoksinlth shops. Th'sr bulld InuH have only been lufoimnlly accepted, oh fotne work Mill remnllis to be com pleteil. With IIiIh ndillllon tho veterinary, .fiddler nnd bbicksmllh are all In one li.iildiHK, n pnsito their re.pcetlvc troop stables. Tin ui. ImihlllKtM for the econd MiUudron will bu completed beforo the men fillive. 12. 1'. Monie of this city baa completed tho laying of 4r,,(fi s'ltiare foot of gmnii llthlc sidewalk und this woik will be no c pted tln wink. Captain T. II. l,nnmreux. constructing ipmrtcriiiiirt. r. has a force of men at work grading mound the various new building. ,uiuorii.,-tor j-iiihllnK was iiisoreceivon ny t liu eiipinln Monday and this work will I"' ci. tried (mt by him. Tho grading throughout th- post was completed hint fall by K II. AleCal". Thi re nrc nt pre., cut over Sin men imployed on the vmlotiM i oulrHcts, ii being on the ll.it of nu- 1'.; ; n. i i iiiiiiiguin The work on the addition to the bake shop and the oil sheds piogrerses very Invorably. TWO E3TATES SETTLED. l'roperly Aiuoiuitlng lo mrr f 100,00(1 DUIiled iihMini; Helm. Two est'ile'. which have been In pro bate court for the past eur were Anally disposed o .M mday, s' tth melits and ch-. crees being made In each. The estates were. tho-.-.. ,,f Meroa I). Mason, Into of Kichmoml and Austin lsh.iin, lato of WII llston. Tin I inner esi.ite was valued tit about JW.oo ,im t,0 )ntter at about SIA f e 10. Tlnn rtites paid l.'llge lulu ritance taxes to the S'ato, the former paying over $J.li0.nnd the latter over ?:,He.. Meroa ;. Miimn as the wife of the lat ' John I. Mason of l'u hmoial, who had large Intel stK In this city. His estate consisted Ian, ly of .ecnrltle?, although tin ro wax Minn; 'real exlate In Itichmond. Upon the di atli of Mrs. Ma.son the estate Is divldnl 'inuillv bMwe.ii M. K. Wlnt- i miili, a hroihii; and two sisters, Mrs.! It. L. llahh and Mis. M. .1. .Incobs. They aie all oi liiehmond. Mrs. Mason died laxt 1 a e. lulu r. I Mr. Ausiin ditd last Jnnuary and his1 i Mute has since been in tho piocess of! seltleineiii It is divided into live eiii.. parts. Oie- part goes to the rhlldicn of a xi-ter, k.ilinnne Taleott; another part to the childri ii of a hiothir, Kdwanl Jshuiir, another put to thu children nf a brother, Morn re Tallin, another pint to a slsfr,' Kllen Coi i t irk; and another pait to the children mi i sister, liilia Coleman. There w no public beipnsts in either i ixt,.e. . I VERMONT HOMEOPATHS. l'u peri Itcml nnd Dlieuxxed nt leml- iiiiiuil VteeiliiK 'I'liexiliiy. the The Mr' V I'llioll I 1 I Was la hi Van Nexx I a in e. Tie ly to addi The 111-' Sparhaw k was "A 1 1 opened bv 1 and I'r. II second pa South V. whose sul at J(aud"i; up by In and Dr 1 K.xxcntlnlx ot a paper stock, and sion by In 'MnJ-aiinual me.ting of the ineopiitlin M'dlcal soci ty I'uesdnv afternoon in tho louse with a large attend- sslon was devoted ent Ire nes and discusxlons. .xpeaker was Dr. G. II. 1 ' Hurliiigton. whose subject a." The discussion was i'. IC. IS. Clitt of I'air Haven It. Uenman of I'awlet. The r was b Dr. O. fS. Hall of Ibury, the vice-president, ot was "A l'ew Thoughts The disc iission wax taken '. i:. Sl c e of Montp-llcr I Hall of Ilutland. "The i' Diagnosis" was the till. . Dr. A. I'. Moot o of Wood was follow cl by a dlscus l'. 11. Waugh of St. Albans l: Hodsdon of Iluiland. Dr. and tr. V S H. S:i rh j vi-. of St. .lohnsbuiy spoke on "Takiiig t'i c'ase," and the paper w:ix cllxciix-ed i v Drs K. 1.. Wyman of Manchi'x'ii' C. hire, and W. 11 Mayo of .rth(ie!. Hollows) I' i ix Mib I Dr K.lw ml Klrklatiil of 'lx w i - ' i." hist speaker nod a - 1 " ' Siiugestioiix in in ... ic Hi lght's I il.x- 'I n aim nt iixi.." T C. .ol.b Whltakc r di.-'i i -ci was bv Dix, D. ..f Midde bury and I ) K. .f New i i I. ATTEMPT TO DESERT. I'llintr In l.'.tli (innlry itnrled to I. com l iiele iiiiu'i Ibiipbiy llur rlcill. I'nate 1'itii ' 'onw.iy, Troop Ij, U.th ca.iiiy, made an unsuccessful at tempt to desert lrom bis Hoop Mon day afl'inoon. Conway began pack ing up .xomc of hi- i lot lies: and a cor pora, of the trocp wa'ehid lis actions. Ho suspected a i.ixe of desertion and notified the first sergeant, who sent for the troop commander to investi gate th caxe. Ciptaln U. W. Klrk patrick. l.'.tli caMilry, repaired lo the quartern and a.-k"l the man what he was cloiiiK with tin nuniiie ami wnai it eont.,nid. ivuviij stated that It was soil ci cb.il.ii.it ho was getting e.uty tor ih, I., .r dry. " lieu told to p. u the .,c li.n;., .t new pair of array I x Wei. Ion. el As It W.'IH not cis- lomaiy to -en. I mix irncie 01 npari lo the hit miry. Conwav was placed In the guild liotix.'. where bo Is to await the action of ,i court martial for at tempt, d ib'-ertion. DESERTER CAPTURED. l'ort Hll'iin Allen tlim round In Ar kmiiiii nn, I Holy 'enteiiceil. That th I'nitid Slates government is on tl. lookoui lor desertcis l.x seen from tli' lacl that l'rtvnto John D. Wh.ilen. Tioop II. l.'.tli cavalry of l'mt IHItan Allen, was i.ppt eheinletl out In tkansai and trud by a court martial at l'ort Logan H. Itoot, Ark., lor Ue s rlioii. He was t.iuud guilty nnd .xeiit. ni . . tu be contined at hard labor for a pet bid of two years at this fort. Ills senience was approved by tho I c- vlewlng .i m li.it ii V- balen bad en joyed lux lll.riiv for several months and w.x .,1 the n.l of Ills lope when lie appll d for enlistment In the army under faNe pret.n'-',s utid was appte- ht ndi d CLOSE CALL FOR CAISE. r.icniH'il I'liiilxliini'iit for n Uriink on '1'i'chnli'iillty. Chulex c.nse eeaped punishment on a charce of being diunk Tuestlay by n pe cuh.ir I'li.'uinslan.''. II was the second time h. ban hem ariestcd under tho pros cut law. He pleaded not guilty ami se cured II S. 1'eck as counsel. During the eotiise eit tho trial several witnesses lestill. d that Calsn was drunk and that the occasion was on the evening of the lcnnbllcali city caucus. There Ft nmed lo be nothing to relute this test! many bin a vital point hud hem omitted. T he evid. i lid not hiuiw wiiein. r un re pubhiaii t uy cuuciis ill question was held this M'tr. last veil' or ten years ago. This let t the court no alternative hut to di.x charge Citise, and this was done. CAPT. QUINTON DISMISSED, Former Siirurmi nt I'orl I'.tliaii Allen Hill of I'nliei ling Coiiilncl, Tile HI oi ecdiilUS It 11 ll IllllllUgS 111 11 m ni nil conn ni.ii'Hal case which eoti- v. m il in the I'hllipplne IshimH Uir the trial of Ciiptuln and Assistant Surgeon William W. Quintan. I". S. A . havu rem bed Hie war department. Cipinlii Quintan was tried by the coiii'l under the lilst arllile or war. for t duct un- I oinlng a genlleinnn lie was found guilt, ol the i'Ii.U'iii , In the court and sinteio,.,! to be dismissed from tl ti i-ii i a,. , axe h.ix noi be u submitted to toe Pi c.ldont for llnal action ap i til ii Q n mn w ' Honed nt l'ort 1'ihan ii.u io i h i g period, and left for the Mull pli IslniulH shortlv it ii r il Hi i .v ill", b ( lor that p ut t I iii Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder produces food remarkable both in fine flavor and wholesomeness. iN,w x. bl u. A. btiUKijiAK i . Cl.iirlci II, Wllxon of liiinit llle, Trim., to .Succeed (iecirge I'Ii.mIimuioiis, j Chailes 11. 'Wilson of Kno.wille, J'tnn., hn.s accepted the call recently isjucd In viting him to sue.c9.-il Soot clary ijeorgo Kitzsinimons at tho V. M. C A., nnd will airlvu In this city Satuiday. Mr. Kitzsun luoiis recently toslgiud to .ic.pt the position as s eritaiy ef the V. M. C. A. In I'.issiac, N. J. He will iini-h hi., duties at tho local associ.itii.n Uclob.r 2'., and go soon alter lo his new chnrge. Mr. Wilson cornea to this city highly recommended in the woili. lie has he. n connected with tho Ktio.w illy axo. latlon for thi. past six or seven yiai'1-. and previous to that tune was e-najged in V. M. C A. woik for about three or four years. Dosides intending to the duties of secretary, he will have charge of all thu afternoon class s at the gymn islam. Hyron N. Clark, who has acl'd is : x wielnto secnl.iry for S'V'tnl months, ill he retained. T. i:. Has. a stud, nt at the univr ii y, and who expects to cnier the Mull en! college when it opens, has been en nagod to lake ehnrg. of the evening classes at tho gymnasium. Mr. Haves has had charge of similar work in different pi-nix. nnd Is well qualllled fur t!i p"-u-li in. lie covere-d second base on tin p Is lington haxe bill team during the past summer. During Mr. I-'ilzslmmons's st.iv ,n tins city ho has been a faithful wort;.r, and the membership of the association has been substantially Inei rased during hl-s secretarvship. l'or the past few months he has had charge of the classes' in th" gymnasium. In connection with his other work. On the evcnini; of October 2.". the members of the association nnd the Wo man's Auxiliary will tender Mr. nnd Mis. Kitzsimmons a farewell reception. TEAM WILL BE STRONG ONE. tiood f.nnicN of Jtnxc Hull l'roinlscd for -Yet Siirlnu;. It Is now probable that ".luck" Camp bell and "11111" D.uls will again do the twirling for the University of Vuimont base hall team the coming season. "Tom" Hays, who covered second tor the Uui hngton team last Hummer, will play with the team ax wid several other1, und tie pmspoets ato that Captain Wood wi id will havu one ui the .strong. -t teiniH Fine the famous uino of ''!. Among tlio men who will trv tor the team ate I.nng, a fteshman. why hits played short stop two years on the Newark, N. J., hnih school te.un; Col llson, who coveted peeond for the Kd munds high school team for four ;.irs; Williams, who played sec on. 1 last venr; 'haptimtt. who played th. latter j.-ii t of last season; McCellnn, l'otmcriy of 1'hil llps Hxeti.r; "Cy" 1'eck; UIH" Clancy; Whitney; Harlow; Martett; tterrixh and a tuiKQ number of treshmcn. Miinnger Hicks is arranging a first class schedule, and although the schedulH is not complete d, muiio go.nl bi-e hall is promised, of the home games, Holy Cross will play here on Mny 2, Syracuse on May 12 arid 13, and the mnr.agemeut s trying to arrange home gitue-i with Tuft-., Maiih.ittau, Wesleyan and Columbia. !t ii posxihle that a game will ho urranS"J with Kordham. 'J'wo trips will be taken by the tenia, a M!issaehu.etts trip and a N. w York State ttip. On tin M i-;i.'lra., in tup, uii' miiowirig games have be n ainmr'd Holy Cro"i at Wnrccst. f. Mac 21. 1'iul- bps Aluloer, nt And'ner. Mav 2!. a al Ilrnwn at I'rovtdenc ., m ly '.7, n,,. ,,v giiine ns yet nrrange.i on the N, w Y,,.'i Stat. tiip is with Cornell nt lthaci. May 17. a (;r.uA.Ti:i:u run: rmi I'n.r.s. ItCllll.tr. 1 tl it 111. Illc'dou- nr fivO,-,,,!,,, . fih x. Drug u-ts rclttnd inonev if PAZo )!N'TM!'.T Mils to cure anv , i-,.. no m liter of l.ow ling stunilhi.;.' in ; to 11 bus. I'list application mi ..,ix i leu. 'rfie. If yctir ilrilir.'l.xt h.txn't it . n.l . ". In slumps and II will be forwarded pott-p.iltl l,y I'ui is M.di Itie Co St l oins, Mo. Ill DAYS AT RUTLAND. .in in i.nroi'K I'rererretl iiiltlleri II (. hui Cliiinm tin Thctc. "Can't oti send ne to the Soldi.-.x' Home, judge?" Dial wax tin, reqin-.t ma,,. Mt,,i.,.. of Judge Hawkins by Alvm I ..inn k .in... i linn of $ir. and costs had been imt.ox, ,1 tor a sieonil uifeiise of Inlovleation i., which l.arock had -h.ule. guilty. Jiniuc Hawkins told l.arock that the 1 iv ,h, n .t piovide for such a nnttn, . and b. will thcrelote servo the alterti.tte huntciui.. of 111 dnys In the House of Coirectlou .viiciiael r.HIon. .11 y,arx old. .,x ;,.,, ill cnuit Momlay and It wax h,x s, , ,,nd offense. He pkatled guiltv aid Un,,i 51.". nnd costs of Jfi.2',1, th, itli.rt,,!,. K, ,,. tenc.o In ing 10S day in I he Hons, of Cor ivctloii, which ho will s. re. KOLTl JIANKItl'l'TS MuNDAV. ' I'our petitions In hankrnptcy w.ie llietl Monday In tho otllce of Cleorgo IC. John oon, cletk cif ihe rnll.tl Siuies couiim, 11 biing the largest number Unit has li.cn lllcd 111 a single day In months. None of the petitions ri pii .xcitU'd liabilities of large .inioimls. Tin y were ns follows: John Miles, a f inner of Albany, liabili ties, $1.011.1,1;; assets, finl.uO; exempt, $;."..'. Clinton 1. Hall, a braxs turner f St. Johnshiuv. liabilities, f.lij.Su; as.xets, $M); exempt, $). Halt Neett of Haire, liabilities, f.'.S2; atxets, $'Hl; all eseinpt. John II. Ite.nl. a lanner anil laboier of Knosburgh, liabilities, J.I.SIu; ,is-cls, l."; nil cxempl. j 'ni crm: , rtu. i) is dm; iivv Mill:.' I.ANATIVH HltfiMU l,it'IlNi; t.ibltt- All h'uuihN -i fuiitl the lion, y It it bills lo cni" 1'. ( llruM s siui.atui' is on ci,.i box. S3e. Who liiitr uaeil tlirm lleeoiiiiuend ns lut DR. KING' Strvr Crown llrnnd PILLS Thev nro sure, fi.it a. tl loliiblo A tllnl will couMnce sou 01 tluir lulu at , due. Bend ten cm I 'i '' pi nnd booklet Ask lor Dr li'i s r Crown llr.ii l All lrui,K' I l a l i. King Jleilli lnc Co,, I'. II. Hot lllllll, Inallui, .tnN. ABSOLUTELY-PURE Healthful cream of tartar, de rived solely from grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active principle of every pound of Royal Baking Powder. ROYAL RAKING POWDER CO.. NEV YORK. DEATH OF MISS L. M. STRAIN An Aiq,e Clnircli Worker nnd a Help er In Mllli.v lleliexilenl HolerprNei. I 'II I . M S'r.i.n i. d M.i da aft r t.oon ah.int ihre. o , i, k .il Hi. i ..m. .,f Mr. an I Mrx. - , v..,,, I'..ie ,ft.r a ling' i lug 1 1 1 1 . .xj.. Mi-- isti.iiu w.i, th .. ui.. i . . .1. I im II. -iii.l .l i i: ,., i' ,j Was boiu in II"! i . i .1 ii a. .N. "i , . i Th' following .ir she n'i ' i,. . , i i- W'tlt 10 Wixcm-ln. Ho. 11 all 1 1' r, of la r f.itln r. win. h o. a . I and on aciount of I In h. , i moth. r. she w. nt to in w ,t b n Mrs. Dab Ila Str.-n wu' wi l.main.'d duriii,' M. Sum -will, h time she I,:,, ,d. I,, i , ,. , h r bruihir, W. J. Van l'.tt.i, nt . Mixs j-tr.iui . iik it. .1 in till : i .-long biiMin -x n, l7; iid , -. . dd. .1 n.illm. l . m.o i i s- until I-"", w i . n wit ! U. Inn ot i;. j; c ,,il; ,. the Pf. ,.. ti, .. H.u.li -' i t -I.." In ad.'il en to i. r i , . , u l . l-'ii -t e 'hui. Ii, ct w he Ii s'i. . - ... i . I) inn r l.u n, j. tl. in a p. i i i ' . i.tury. xi .. w ,.x i . i j t i , in n in I ii . . ,t itt.ipi.. x, , Iv in the. Woman' AumIi n ..i in. N. M. i'. A., tin Adam M'xx,n .,.,,1 the Kurn Il.utiu Horn.., at xi mm-i - In the Held of charity she was a tirel.-s work r, kind-heat i cl and ui'i.-eiui, and enlc.vcl Hie e-l, , 1,1 of ;,!! Tin ftineril was h. Id fiom the home oi . j. .an lMiti-n, ,.; I'.-nl unit, Wednesday afternoon at J.ii) o'clock. FRIGHTENED BYAUT0. Hone l)rlen by mhiIIi llorllimlon Woiiiiin (int he.Miiid Ciintr.il, Mi-. How-aid Hay and two littlo sons and Mrs. Hurry Danbrook. all nf South Huillngton, had an exciting experience in a runaway accident Saturday nf. ternnnn, but all escaped without ser io'ti Injuries. The party w.'i-s driving down C.db'g- Fin et wiien Hie lioi - 1 am" frighten I :.' Dr W. II. i:nu!.-l.'x a itomoiu'. The eveiteil animal ii.ol. a da-h down v th- s'ri and at a i it a x, dis- ''' I I t'.. .tin,',.. South Wi ,ii.l ,'i...t iiin.c violently against tl it bum. iniw-j '1 ' 1 leg all of .he o.e'ip.mix ot t w tnon J. v out anu e inpl tcl d m , P. qw.i- wheel- on on. sub "f t . i . . Mi 'luni Hay, w 1.0 was bohliu? "e i',t, r hm was se erely ehak' n i d t . . r . .1 j. , ir fill bruD s on on aim l.u' i :.. b,. c.iped injury . Mi' I .i i, u .,.,! ; M Oth.-r bov nlxo let.iv.d a , , , -i , Ing nnd slight cu's and brui-. - Dr. Hnglesby was not to 1.1 mi' p. r ponally Im- the acl.h nt. 11. x,,pp .1 his machine and w nt to ilc i-.xi.n . . of the victims of the ,io u. nt. w h cr.. , ,, 1.'..,, I . . 1, , . , . -I.I, ... . 1 . , ' ." i, wnere in ir inrni - w . .itt.nd.l t Tho horse, tnc i nwhi .-, l.a.l ...ii'iuu. Its cour.,.. down C.ll. g.- sire, t a- fai , South Wmooski avnie. wh.i. r , against a city i.iriei s t m ml w secured. Tin; animal i.iw I i . juries. MAY JOIN THE NAVY. 'II111111111 l). Harder Will I'ltke llMiiniii.-i. tlon for Ihe .Vtiiriiie Corpx. Thorn ix D Itaib. r. son ot Mr. ." I l A. ltather, has been d'MM.at'd bj 'I navy department for eam.i i'. 11 '.u th position of si con. I llcut. n. int 11 1:, 1 1 'i me co 1 p.,- Mr. Curb. 1 1 1 c 1 l.tsx 01 c.iudi.i.it. 1- who h. .... o x u liat.fl. 'i'le ix.im.n.ii. . - w .' ' 1 i.cxt month nnd Mr. I.iil. 1 x Wasluni-iou tor tli pui - 1. tin 111. Mr. Ii 'il r - r d in c. - n a the Si inixit-Ai. 1 .. ,,1 . 1 .1 w ! a n 1 U' nt in Ih" -nine . . 1 . e left I'tirluiK' m 11 I w ' 1 I ' ' 1 Mr Umber wd! i , 1' 1 a wide circh . n .1 1 r. Tictniii 1 iini.; i.nvrvn'H STRjjmiT.'iT! inr.agiaMeT "gW VJCf.MIiiywi-ft"-T.ra.-.-' . Wi' iilu.is call thi'in Pinys un til tln'.v iit'o ni.irri.'ilt rinxi. Yoiino' I-'pIIows from lfi lo Is flits nf 11 ii.' liinwv far hotter tbnii tlioir p.iri'iits what llu'V want in I'lutliiiiLT. 1'iriin; Un Hig liny horo and turn liiui liuiii! in our Clothing. .stni'U. Let him iiiiiUp his own so-h'l'timw. HE CAN'T GO WRONG among the Suits of his sie. Tilt' Kill I .styles are very liaiiil sonie, anil there is not a poor value in the i iitire line. We know exactly what the lig l!u, wants in Clothes, ami we i in satisfy his t-very ilesire. lioys' Suits at $7.50, $10. $12. or up to $17. if yiiu want him to go so hitrli. IJE m.,W STORE, T H. C. HUMPHREY. 8 BAKING POWDER VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT. . I.. Wheeler (ieo 111, ( nits in Mil llrotiKlit by W. II .Innri. The uiy In the envf. of Mdiam T' Jones . Alonzo 1. Whi r receive J tv c I-. S'i i i.'i morning at about 1' ! o.lo,:, fl. He ,'hH. Of J J- u I'OW i. A . r return, d t loom a Uli "l . I .r t ' def dint t. rce .iv i' 1 i- The a w i.s i r i bv I" t r . r t'" f' r a i all. ge. ',r. i' h paid H He t H'.t ' ' I i ' .a.ed 1 i iied t lin .rn'eir.t by ren "Oil ol Will 11 ' 'II' JO X . iv.': '. II r d" 111 e -. t i t i r i ro f ' ,r. .- i .x - .r.l ,1 .l irn. ' ti li.i " . j r.rnrir Atnt '. tie gt 'ex 1 .d of ii tol. tabic c-.cr.ty am iipp .rt CHANGES IN DIOCESE. lli-i. .1. vi. I,, -lot to Mieered Hie Iter. 31 J. I itrniody nt Taidlofr. 'I" ; h-e J. cirn .dv, who wa 1 ' ll"ll by tl,. lit It V. J M. ' ' ' tho Church of the A 1. .. I ' II ' l . .x ' 'I', ho! (I ,. ' ,1 , v . . di.' . ) I'all,. ' th..i ', , I . tl.r i Hip. th Itev. .I'l. at th" ci, it. u r.uh. r ic t 1 ' hax lis. n p ."'or of t' . I . .. .w for thu , a t two o ' al! w w V ' t iWn b i. M. !. d. who lias bee will ko t tl " lo rc'i i,u now iti-ci iv ni.ci iixru.rio t iinri't. nr 1 1, congregation nt that nl.irt. No sue.-esso .m.i jvv o. ii .1 on. Jill L..o i.i I'fiLii.T item CONTRACT AWARDED. Chlll'lei Muni' Will lliill.l ll,i ln i;icclrlc l.lulit IMnnt. The contract for the con-'r'ict j the building lor tho mjnl'-.p.il el Ifi'hf titolif cv.'1.4 nunnliH x 1 or.l.t ...nl in v.ii.iiu'x . ' i J 1 1 c 'i lilll, CilJ, Wli JSO I, w i x ..,.111 1. 1 in .xi. ch t rm '' t J'i 1', .l.il, Chill ,t t . ,. 1. Il" ..: '.i t' i a t- ,i 1 ' )' I S t r . r , w i t , e r 1 (. r II P t tr ' t th a . Iv V , til d i 1 i- w a. S., i :. .1 1 . .v tv ,t SI.'-' - v "k "'i '. '..nld n..- w! 1 i-.'"D" i' 1 it ' op. d to ' ve ' , I ti. i-". t hylla n ! ' ' 1 . i Ma v. r !' r., think- t'.it B jupiraC u ,.i l'ehrunt - I SESSION WAS BRIEF. . . . . . . , , ...... -flllctl nod Motion Mnile 1 l' lime 'I'uo Oilier Continued. ,,, s...i., ,f , , ,rt M Jtid u i , , , ,,,., M . f ,t g t . t fa c, ,'Ih , ,r - v r . , ,.,.. i I , I ' p set l rn, t , nt her . a . - 1 1 . . --, .. d .1 f w e t r tr l 1 1' w 1 1 v 1 Iliad t 1 . 1 n .. . , x ;. in, it t ,, ti . ,1 1 1 c ai 1 -i r'M'h K. -.ui A'.ra M Kt'utt c' t , 1 uri 1. l.i" ' n. ! upt , T. sd nif. 1 BESSETT HF.LD IN $300. iiiit,i 1 n 1111 l.u . . '". " i..i- .. . 1. log 1 It Ii Clara l.iimlc. M ' , w ho . am s ftl nr , w oh hir.i I .v wh ' la t t w il in 11 1 101 1 . I 1 .11 1 1 1 , xi., h id till anl i' ( iti.iJ.i, was 1 t 1 in Siinr.lit H w . 1 fXuinb 1 . 1 w s h. I I for 'Ui . jrt 1 1 .. : 1 w 1. m m tu- si "i of rt l' , H 1 d 1 I w . 1 ' n h " d e'