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THE BORllJNGTOiN FKEE TRESS : THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1905.
cm HEWS.
Thn V. C. T V. lmvo nrrniiRcd for a
hontrldo cm Uk- stc-nmrr Vermont, SalUr-
tiny, .Ititics 3, to Kort Frederic.
. W. Davlf. the well known tmiyk'lrttl,
In critically III lit the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. K. Jloacli, 27 Ulckok place.
Keevcn & Vilas sold Snttirdny fnr Mnr
tln Uerry his ilnce nt South mirlltiRtnn
to Frnnk Shepsml. Tim consideration
was $Htt .
.tttdmnt wm rrndorrd In illy court
vcsUnlay In the ruse of the llolton Hard
ware company vs. C. F. Vndnrv for the
plaintiff to recover damages of $16.24 and
coMk of $6.0?.
A petition In hankruptey was filed Fnt
nrday by A. U. UoukU. n laborer of
Concord. He has liabilities of $-" and
aioets of $573, of which $200 arc claimed
exempt.
Mrs. nil Stiprenant died nt her hnmo on
Convent peitmre Tuesday e.vcnliiR
alter a low; Illness with consumption. She
was 2 years of use and Is survived by a
husband and live small children.
Stephen Martin was In city court Sat
urday on a charge of stealing shovels.
He offered a plea of not irullty and fur
nished ball In the sum of $10, the cusc
being continued.
C. Tt. Smith, a locomotive cnplncer of
this city, tiled a petition In bankruptcy
Monday, lie tins liabilities of SMM
and a"?fts of $171, of which JCC0 are claim-
d exempt
Mrs. K.llzabeth Malawi-, who has timile
her home In this city for many years,
left Monday for J-os Anueles Cal In
which iltv she will reside In the future
T.ith her sou. Charles .Malaney.
l:anioml Vliysrrson w?.s nrritliwd in
cit court Jt-itcrday for being ditmk. He
ple.idrd gu'.'ty unci was i'.ned and costs
cf 1'.70. Ho could not pay and will serve
the altrrii'ite sentence of ten days In
Jail.
The annual bench show of the. Cham
plain Kennel club Is In piosr-ss at the
atmory of Company M. It becjaii Tues
day and will elo.'Q tonlphl. In the num
ber of valuable dogs entered the exhibi
tion surpasses any of previous years.
l.otiN Label) of Willis-ton rnd Nellie
Sanders.on of this city were In city court
Monday for being; drunk. Fines 0:! $.'
nnd costs wen; taxed. The .fcrmer paid
and the latter will servo the alternate
lenience of ten clay in jail.
John B Flaherty has bten elected df. lo
cate to represent HurllnKton TypoHraphl
eat 1'iilon, No. 315, at the International
Tvpogrnphleal Union convention to be
held at Toronto, Ont., beginninK August
II, tMC. The alternate Is F. L. Salttii
Mrs. C. B. Morris of .".4 r.uk street,
Mimtelalr. N. J has rented Grass Mount
for the Hummer months. She will tak
pD.'ses.slon of "the premises July 1 and
from then until September 21 the house
cull I.e. open for the. accommodation of
t'lmnier boarders,
Announcement has been made of the
niarrlaRe of Ferdinand Tldmarsh of
Wilmington, Del., and Miss Kathcrlne
Frances Bowman, daughter of Mr, Unci
Mrs. William F. Bowman of this city,
In St. Johnsvllle, N. Y., by the llcv
Father O'Connor.
Geotgo If. Dragoon and Miss Kmelio
Tromblny were quietly married Monday
morning at 7:30 o'clock at St. Joseph's
'liurch. The Rt. Rev. Mgr. Cloarcc per
formed tho ceremony. A reception was
held yesterday nftornonn at the. bilde's
home on Hay ward street.
Two petitions in bankruptcy were filed
Friday. Alfred I'arah, a farmer of
Fairfield, has liabilities of $4S0 and assets
of $.", of which $2;!'.' are c'almed e xempt.
, I.. Douglass, a laborer of Concord,
iws liabilities of $1W and assets of f.'iiJ, of
which $200 arc claimed exempt.
The Hon. J. II. Norton, formerly of
Richmond, but now of l'onoa, Oklahoma,
is visiting old friends in Richmond, Bur
lington and elsewhere In Chittenden
county. Mr. Norton Is an influential map
in political affairs and occupies the. dis
tinguished position of speaker of the
House of Representatives In Oklahoma.
In city court Friday judgment was
rendered in the case of the header Evapo
rator Co. vs. Alfred I'arah, for tho plain
tiff to recover damages of $inj.o and costs
of J3..7. In the case of C. J. Ferguson vs.
1- .1. Ouigley, judgment was rendered for
'he "plaintiff to recover damages of $20.01
mel costs of $5.71.
The annual meeting of the Burlington
Light Fower Co. was held Friday
morning, when the following officers were
elected: President nnd treasurer, Morris
V Stroud; secretary, F. II. Farker; di
rectors. M. W. Stroud. 8. P. Curtis, A.
K. rtiehsirdson, F. K. Burgess and F, II.
Parker.
Mis. Harriet Ann Klttredge, aged 67
,-ars, died at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Rowers, at 307 North street Frl
ilay morning of chronic nephritis. Mrn.
Klttredge was a native of Roxhury,
Mass. A funeral service was held nt the
home of Mrs. Rubers Saturday morning
at fi:tJ and the remains wero
laken on thn n-.ll train to Westflcld,
Mass., for interment
Leonard 0,, the three months old son
jf Mr. and Mr.-, leon Munscn of 111
flurry street, died at S:30 o'clock Thurs
day morning. The child ivm ope of
twins, the other Invlng died not eiulto
three weeks ago. The funeral was
held from the home Friday afternoon at
four o'clock and was private. The
burial was made in hake View renin
tery. A large niimbe.r of nmllngloii people
took advantage of the low rales on tho
,ake steamers Tuesday. Over excur
sionists boarded the Vermont and Chut
raugay at this port and visited vatlous
places along the lake, and over ftrt visited
this city from I'lnttnliiirdh. The Marl
nulla took n largo party of ;!l to iVcj.ir
Heath, Again In the evening, Hie Knights
t't Pythias excursion on the Chatraugny
ns well attended.
Stephen Martin was found ;;ulliv In
city court yesterday of stealing rhovels.
He denied the charge but some of th$
ni HSing shovels were found and testimony
was Introduce! showlni; that Martin had
disposed of them for i cents each. He
mis fined $5 end costs of I20.OT. tho alter.
mite sentence being 111 days In th.? House
01 inwction. n toot; nn uiipe.-i. hut
coma not rurnisn the $5 tan,
Thomas Reeves as auctioneer sold Sat.
urday three pleeos of property belong,
lug to tho estnto of the late John Ho.
Ban of Kssex, Tho homo plan., consist
ing of 40 acres of land and building,
was sold to J. K. Reiives or UiIk, (.y
for $i!75. A farm ejf 21 ucivh in Cnli-lieNtri-,
with bullae and burn, was sold lo .1'
SVoleott or that town fur $hl, while 14
parcel of 13 acres in the same town was
yold to Mr. Burrows for $IKi.
Mrs. Florence I licks died nt (lis home
of tier parents, "7 Spring street, Sulur
cliiv niurnlng aller an Illness of two
months. She was the daughter of Mr.
and Mis HeoiRe liaboiee of this elly
nd was IS ycig of age. tihe is survlwd
Hood's
Struparilld enjoys tht W
tkidion of being tht grate
tit curotivt and prtvtnuvt
mttkint tht worM hat tvtr
known. It It on all-round
mttldnt, producing Kt un-
tag, vitalizing ana anncning
tht blood on which tht
htalth and strength of every
organ, bone and tittae de-
Ema. Accept no nusu
ute for Hood's, but in
skt on having Hooa's
AND ONLY HOOD'S
NO CASE AGAINST MUIR.
WELCOME TO PASTOR.
by her parents, a husband, who Is em
ployed In West Milton, ami tiircc small
children. The body was taken Monday
morning to Milton, where tho funeral
was held and Interment made. A
Boucher had charge of the arrangements.
Nineteen Angora goats wero brought
over In the, cn.iieauguy rrmny morn
ing, consigned from Keeno Valley to II.
II. Waters of Brandon. The animals
spent the night at Westport and caused
n deal of trouble. They were encased
In wooden beeves and In the morning
some of them were found roaming about
piles nnd nearby fields. They wete
easily caught and caused no more trou
ble on their journey across the lake. An
other flock will be shipped soon to M. K.
Baldwin of Monkton.
At Andovcr. Mai; last 1 ilday lb.
University of Vermont base ball team
won from the- Phillips Ar.eiover tenn by
a sioti of 1 to 1, The team was defeat
ed by Bro,vn at Providence. It. I., on
Siturday in a 13 Inning mine by a score
of S to 4. In n c.ne-sidecl contest nt
Athletic Park Tuesday Vermont won from
Mlddlebury. 17 to 7. The next gatt.'.'K are
with Manhattan at Athletic Paik to
morrow and Hututdny, the season clos
ing with games with Columbia at the
same place next Wednesday and Milium
day. Mcl'-ln Nel-oli. a lid of tl eai-. es
caped from th- Industrial school at Ver
gennes ently Sunday morning. The boy
was entered at the school less than a
week ago, coining from Cambridpe, whote.
he was ch.uged wills hcusebreaklng. He
is about live feel In height, of light com
plexion, with dtoiipinp eyelids and hair
cut short. He formerly livid in Fikn
and If is thought that ho may have gone
to that town. Any 0110 -erliig a boy who
answers to th-.- above description will
confer a favor by notifying the authori
ties cf the school at Vergenties.
Pro-Memorial' 'day cxeicises were held
Monday In all tho public: trhools. The
various kindergartens held their exer-
eiscs in the morning nnd the other grades
In the afternoon. The speakers
gave interesting and helpful iid
dt esses and at the lower schools the pu
pils themselves aided in the exercises
with songs nnd recitations. A largo
number of the parents of tho children
attended thn exercises. Tho school chil
dren of the city filled 32.1 baskets
with flowers which were placed on tho
graves of old soldiers Tuesday.
George u. nnd Albert Munson went
Tuesday to Wllllston, where they attended
the- 77th anniversary of the birthday of
thur mother, Mrs. Abigail Munson. The
event was u complete surprise to Mrs.
Munson, and she was presented with
many beautiful and appropriate gifts as
.1 remembrance of the iiappy occasion.
f he party was given by her children, rela
tives and friends. Refreshments of Ice
criMtiv and cako was served. Among those
present were. Mrs. F.llza Taft of Ksscx
Junction, Mrs. Myron Shaw of Colchester
and a large number of her neighbors and
townspeople.
A pleasant affair took placo at tfi
Ixiomls street Saturday evening when
about 20 of tho workmen from tho city
water works paid their respects to for
mer Foreman M. A. Stone. Tliey wero
warmly welcomed by Mr. and Mrs. Stone
and during tho evening they presented
Mr. Stone with a very handsome gold-
headed cane, on which was engraved.
Presented by his workmen of the city
water works to M. A. Stone, JWT.." Light
refreshments were served and an hour
was passed In renilniscenses of things
that have happened during tho 12 years
that Mr. Stone has been connected with
the department.
The steamer Vermont cam lo this ritv
Saturday afternoon from Shelburne har
bor and made the run to Pittsburgh
In place of the Chateaugay, The Chateau
gay remained at the dock over Sunday.
Monday morning a. new time table went
into effect, the Vermont reaching here at
&:30 in tho morning from Plattsburgh
ind continuing the trip Fouth to Fort
ricondoroga. The Chateaugay leaves
here as usual, at tune o'clock In the morn
ing for Plattsburgh, returning at 4:10 in
the afternoon. The Chateaugay will re
main nt the dock In this city every night
except Wednesdays and Thursdays, when
she will go to Westport, returning the
following mornings.
The many friends of Miss Delia Don
nelly, formerly of Burlington, will bo
pleased to hear of her success. She left
here last fall to Join tho Wagner party
at the Laurel House in Lakewood, N.
J., as private secretary and companion
to Mrs. tl. P. Wagner. After spend
ing thn winter nt Lakewood and At
lantic City, they departed for Califor
nia and have just returned to their
resldencn in Philadelphia. They leave
the latter part of June for the. Dela
ware Water flap and will visit the
principal resorts of the Hast during the
summer, returning to Lakewood in tho
fall.
Testimony nf Joseph Adams Was AN
together Too Flimsy,
After a trlnl occupying nearly nil day,
Charles Mulr was discharged yesterday by
Judge Mower In city court. Tho cae
against him was for selling liquor to Jo
seph Adams, a pauper, who had disclosed
when arraigned In court. In addition to
disclosing on Mulr, Adams said he bought
lleiuor of W. It. McCnrly, T. If. Murphy
and Napoleon St. ucorge. Tho caso
against St. George was tried and ho was
acquitted. Tho cibo against T. II. Mur
phy was nolle prossed last week and the
caso against Mr, McCarty was nolle pross.
ed yesterday.
Adams was on thi stand yesterday nnd
testified that he bought liquor at Mulr's
saloon und that Mulr himself served it.
Adams said ho was accompanied by II. O
Brown, n neighbor. Attorneys J. K. Cush-
11111 n and It. H. Brown made Adams say
about any thing they wished In tho cross
examination, but be Insisted upon oim
tiling and that was that ho bought whia
key of Mulr.
After Adams left the stand State's At
torney Sherman cnlleil upon II, tl. Brown.
He testified that Adams met him on the
night of the day his wife was arrested
and asked him to help get her out of J.ill.
lie said Adams had been drinking at that
time. The two went to Mulr's saloon.
Before going in Adams thought he would
take a cigar but when he reached the b.ir
he called for whiskey and was served by
Mr. Mulr.
The defense Introduced several wit
nesses, among them being Policemen
Milis '11111 Marengo. Michael .McKenzie and
Mr Mulr. 1th these witnesses t lie testi
mony of Brown was contradicted flatly.
Mr. Mulr said that Brown nnd Adams
went into his saloon and that Brown got
a alass or beer nut tnai .Mi.imn was 1101
served because ho was known to lvivo
been drunk and also to have been assist" d
by the city. Furthermore, Mr. Mulr said
Adams had had enough liquor v hen h"
arrived.
The most Important part of Mr. Mulr's
testimony was the statement that Brown
went to him after Adams had dlsclcwed
ind demanded $2i. lie aid he refused
Brown's request and told him to godhead
mil tell the Stite'n attorney what he
chose. Mr. Mulr said he tiled to get.
Blown to repeat tile statement before a
witness but that he refused.
Hie policemen and Mr. MelCcnzle tetl
lied that Brown went to the sub-station
in the north end one evening nftcr Adrimt
had disclosed. V. bile their he told Officer
Miles that he had told State's Attorney
Sherman that Adanw did not get liquor at
Mulr's but that he had asked for money
and could not get It from the saloon
keepers. Be wanted advlie from Miles as
to whether he should change his story
nnd say that Adams did get liquor. Miles
refilled Blown to Sergeant McKenzie.
Reception o Hie Ilrv. nad Mrs. a. V.
tlrotrn I.nst Kvrnlns;.
A most rnjoyablu social event was
tho reception tendered Inst evening by
tho tr.'embers of tho Methodist Chutvh
and congregation lo tho pastor, the
Rev. Dr. Ocorge; W, Brown, and Mrs,
Brown. The affair was held nt tho
parsonage between eight nnd ten
o'clock nnd wns ntfended by a larn
assemblage of people who came to hid
welcome to thn new pastor and his
wife. Music was furnished by Romau's
orchestra.
Tho receiving parly consisted of the
Rev. and Mrs. Brown, .Mr. nnd Mrs. K.
3. Booth, Mr. und Mrs. William Burt,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. K. Tryon. Thn guests
weio presented by Messrs. John A.
Corbln. J. L. Hall, F. C. Lyon, Buell
Baldwin and Dr. R. C Drew. Light
rofresiiments were served, with Mrs.
Buell Baldwin, Miss Claru Barton nnd
Miss Marion Booth presiding at the
table's.
MEDICAL RECEPTION.
Student ftatrrlnlneil nt Hie Home of
Dr. II. C. Tlnkbnin.
Thn annual reception of the faculty
of the medical department of the Unl
veislty of Vermont to the students of
that department was tendered last night
at the residence of the dean, Dr. H. C.
Tlnkham. Open house was held from
eight o'clock until a Into hour, when
alomst very student called to enjoy
hospitality and good fellowship. Light
lefreshinents wcie served.
An orchestra consisting of Messrs.
Murilocl:, Smith and Barton, with Miss
Carrie Nnuli 111 pianist, discoursed
music during tho hours of the iceep
lion. Tin; time was spent Informally,
In a social way and 'Vlth college songs
Mild the occasion was. a.-' usual, 11 red
letter event In the social life of tho
medics for the year.
NEWS OF VERMONT
More Important Events Grouped for
I'rcr Press Hemlers Inspection nt
Nornlch t'uUersll) June 5 to 1 1.
THE LOCAL MARKETS.
nnnnnnn llir Principal I'roli .lust Now
VcBctnbU-s Are Plenty.
The principal fruit in the markets these
days is bananas, which have been sur
prisingly cheap ami which are of ex
cellent quality. The price Is likely soon
to rise, however, as tho wholesale price
has advanced from 49 to 60 cents a bunch.
At present, this fruit Is still helling at
from 2.1 for 23 cents to 20 cents a dozen.
Red bananas aro 5 cents each. Oranges
remain unchanged in prico at from SO to
00 cents a dosen. Grape fruit is bringing
10 cents a piece or three for a quarter,
while lemons arc 23 cents a dozen. Ap
ples nro nearly all gone. Southern to
matoes are bringing from 13 to 18 cents
pound; California cherries, 30 to 40
cents a pound. Strawberries arc from 12
to IS cents per basket.
In the vegetable market, new potatoes
are bringing from 4") to 50 cents a peck,
with old ones at 30 cents a bushel. South
ern beets are gulng at 10 cents a bunch,
with new cabbage nt f! cents a pound.
In thn greens line, home grown spinach
brings .10 cents a peck, cultivated dande
lions 23 cents a peek and native ctess
10 cents a bunch. Asparagus soils for
13 and IS cents a bunch and rhubarb for
4 cents a pound. Wax beans may be ob
tained at 10 cents a quart and new peas
at 73 cents a peek. Ball lettuce is 10
rent a head. Seed onions arc 5 cents a
bunch, Bermudas 8 cents a pound and
common onions 1 rents a pound.
Dairy products do not vary much in
price now. Fresh eggs bring 22 nnd 21
cents retail and 19 and 20 cents at whole
sale. Creamery butter at lelall sells at
y cents a pound and wholesale nt 23
cents. The dairy product retails nt W
cents a pound and nt wholesale brings
on an average 22 cents.
WEDDED AT ST. JOSEPH'S.
John MoiiRron, Sr.. nnd .tllaa I.IIIIrii
Sonlflt Married Yesterday,
A very pretty wedding was solemnized
at St, Joseph's Church yesterday morn
ing by the Rt. Rev. Mgr. Cloarcc, who
also sang high nnuss. The contracting
parties wero John Mongeon, Jr., and Miss
Lillian Sordlff. They were attended by
their fathers, John Mongeon, Sr., and
Peter Sordlff. The bride was becomingly
gowned hi nilo green silk, wore a largo
picture hat and carried white carnations.
After the services at the church a wed
ding breakfast was served at the homo
of the groom's parents on Intervale
avenue. The house was tastefully dec
orated and Cabana's orchestra furnished
111 lisle; fnr dancing. The couple were tho
recipients of many beautiful and useful
presents.
QOSSELIN ELECTED.
t'hosrn n Street I'oinnilsslonrr to Sue-
i crrii .. K. Brown.
The meeting of tho city council, held
last nluht for the purpose of electing
a street commissioner to till tho vacan
cy caused by tho removal of N. K.
Brown, was a harmonious affair. Mayor
Burke presided and all thn councllm"ii
except K. B. Taft wero present. The
name of A P. Oosselln was presented
by Councilman Germain nnd as there
were no other nominations Clerk Mc
Mahon was Instructed to east ono bal
lot for Mr, Gosselin. which ho did.
After this business whs disposed of
there was an Informal talk 11 limit tho
mutter of creating the Fletcher Llhri
ry building Into 11 memorial for the
soldiers of the H'bclllon. The Idea met
with favor and will be taken up again
st Hie ineellng of the huuid of alder
men .Monday iilglil.
Pal at Your Buggy for 7.1c,
lo $1,00 with DevocN Gloss I'aniago
Pnlllt It weighs 3 to S o.s. more to
thn pint than others, wears longer,
and gives a gloss equal to new woik
Sold by The O. S. Blodselt Co.
DIED,
MI'NSON-ln Ihls city. Mny 23, jbev,,
Leonard (!., the ihreo months old son ni
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Munson,
DA VIS At his home, 27 lllckol: place;
Charles W. Davis of this city, aged 5'i
vi ar.
JOHN A. CORBIN
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
and EMBALMER
17 Clll'ItCII ST.. Near Pearl
lliirllngfon, Vt.
Telephone Day and Night, 3-4,
Calls rccelvo prompt attention.
Lady assistant when desired.
Arsene Boucher,
Faueral Director and Embalmed
169 North Street
Burlington.
Night call. Telephone 432-21
Water Taxes
for .11 Xi:. hoili
SCIII1IU 1.1: and
MKTKIL are nun'
due and payable at the W'.VI'IIII til'.
11 1;. I'ulcxs prompt payment in
made, I'lti; Pl',11 I i:T. will bo added
to the bill, anil Hie water shut 01T, as
prescilbeil In section as of the Water
indliiaiici
Pnv le loir the intli and get your
i?iuuitt. F. U. SINCLAIR Supt,
1JM St.rvivlt
General Order, No. I". Issued from
the adjutant-ceiicrar.s office at Fair-
lee, says that tho annual company
drill and Inspci Hon. together with the
yearly parade for drill, discipline, In
spection and review or the section of
artillery, Nmwluh Fniverslty, will be
held at Xorthlield, June 3th to 11th,
both days Imlusive. with permission
to be absent trom Northtlcld June 5th
to Pith, inclusive. Major Prank L.
Howe, First iteignteiit Infantry; Cap
tain IT. C. Moseley, .ind Lieutenant "J.
L. Morse, Company V, First Regiment
Infantry, Vermont National (liiaid, arc
appointed 11 board of Inspection, (or
survey1!, to ev.imiiie and report upon
the condition of clothing', ordnance and
quartermaster 1 stun s, for which the.
quartcrmuster-gc.ni,!-' I of A'ermoht is
responsible to the I'nltcd States gov
ernment. The board will meet at North
field, Vermont, June 2Cd, at 9:00 a. m.
CAPTAIN HATiLHY RESIGNS.
Special Order, No. 1 2, issued from the
adjutant-gcnci.il'.s office at l'airlee,
says Captain N. N JIadley, quarter
master, First Ileg.ment of Infantry,
Vermont National Guard, having ten
drei:d his reelgnatlon and tho same
having been accepted to lake effect
June 1st, 1903, his honorbale discharge
from the service Is hereby announced,
and he is placed upon tho retired list
of the National Gi.nrd of Vermont,
with the highest i.mk held by him In,
the National Guard service The fol
lowing' appoiiitme'lii In the First Regi
ment, Vermont National Guanl, is an
nounced: Charles '. Itunlham to be
captain and quartermaster of the
First Regiment, V N. (i in addition
to his present duties as ordnance offi
cer. SFIClDi: AT P.LI.LOWS FALLS.
Mis. Sidney Pcir, well known In club
and church circles 01 Bellows Falls, com
mitted suicide late Monday afternoon by
hanging herself. She had been in ill
health and despondent, tor a long tlni",
which Is given as the cause for her rash
act. Mis. Peiry was i 3 ears of age. Her
husband went to Gratlon Monday, but sho
decided not to accompany him, although
she bed intended doln-i so. I '111111 the ar
rival for supper at the house of several
boarders, kept by her. they found nothing
prepared and supposed the woman had
gone away. When Mr, Perry retained ii
search was begun at once nnd the body of
the woman was found hanging from .1
door lu the woodshed.
ILLKGAL FISIIKRMF.N FINKD.
Two prominent business men of North
Adams, Mass., were before Judge Bates
in Bennington municipal court Tuesday,
and fined fjr catching trout under six-
inches, In Stamford. One of the men gave
his name as Hulbert, and had '39 short
trout in his possession. He was lined ,.!
for each and costs, amounting 10 5IJ7.S7.
The other man claimed the name of l'n-
derwood, and had only two short trout.
Ho was fined HO each and costs, amount
ing to J.19.87.
SMALL FIRi: CAPSKD BY L'XPLOD-
JNG C1ASOLKNH.
Shortly before six o'clock Monday night
lire was discovered lu the Morehouse at
tached to B. F. Whclelen's tin stoio in
Ludlow. A baircl of gasolene exploded
causing the Humes lo spread rapidly, A
dense smoke arose from the burning gaso
lene, nnd the whole building was in
Haines In n very short spiRc of time. Tho
lire was kept I mm the main structure.
und fiom the adjoining buildings, except
0110 of A. J. Ifrown's tenement houses at
tho mar, which was burned somewhat on
the toof and back, and was damaged even
inoro by water, It was occupied by nn
Italian family by the name of Polatu,
Mr. Wlielden places his os at about
JU'xl. The building was valued at from
to $fc00 and was filled with goods, a
largo lino of refrigerators being especially
valuable. Ho carried an Insurance of (2,000
on the whole property.
SMALL F1RK IN BENNINGTON.
'I ho sugnr house on the farm of Mr,
Bliss in Bethel, which was used as a stoio.
house for groceries and lodging house for
tho gang of Italians employed in the con
structlou of tnc Bethel Granite rallroad
thn sumo gang of men who .struck recent
ly was destroyed by fire Sunday night
shortly before midnight, Tim Italians had
been paid off and many of them had go no
away. Hunday 11 disagreement arose be
tween Sam Walls, the former boss of the
gang, and Ross & Mcfl.ic, contrartois, ns
lo who had leuteil the Hiigar house, each
dunning II. Willis had packed und shiii
,ill 1 he groceries having no lurtlier need
id lliein tin-re. it Is ullegtd Ihai 111 the
ilmiulc. that he threatened the ileslrue
lion of the biiilillug. .Monday morning ho
with two either Italians Wric aricsled hV
Shcrilt I'lisliniiHi at 'thn I1011111 of Mr
Gilpl. Mr, Walls's luother left Hiindav
nichl for bosiiui 1 illicit aic suspected o
being 1 niicf nn il In lie uiaUcr The sugar
house was ivurth about HI.
DATS
OF-
MEN'S
CLOHTING
At 09 Cents
ON THE DOLLAR!
BEGINNING
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 3
8 O'CLOCK PROMPT
AND TENDING PCSITIVELV
SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 10
WJTIF THE
AMERICAN CLOTHING 10. S
Red 46 Department Stores
An overwhelming sacrifice of four
hundred eighty-seven Men's
and Youth's Suits
of tlio linust Scotch and American fancy Cheviots, Tweeilfi, and richest English fancy Woritis that
will iippeal forcefully to men and young men who usually get their dothes from the custom tailors.
This entire largo collection of Suits, including all sizes for all f-hapes of men, vrill be grouped into
two distinct, lots for these marvelous seven days selling and sold at but TWO EMPHATIC PMCE
FIGURES :
$5.00 and $7.50
Which, when seen plainly marked in our big front show window exhibits, will surely cause all Uurlitig
ton to stop in amazed astonishment at the plainly evident
WONDERS OF VALUES!
So Wonderfully Underpriced j
And must inevitably flood the groat store with unprecedented crowds duriug each of the SEVEN
DAYS in this tremendous sacrifice.
At $5.00
Opening Values at EIGHT AND 1
In Group No. 2 Mark the price! Will be placed a vast selcc
P tion of magnificent, strictly hand tailored Suit in all the richest
a, 1 1 M "J imported and domestic woolen and worsted weaves of Scottish,
J WkJ English and American looms that are jiositively from the choicest
new TWELVE AND FIFTEEN DOLLAR productions shown anywhere m this city.
Men of Burlington!
This is a crucial clothes purchasing proposition thai in all this store' days will never again
presont itself! U is tho outcome of actual necessity on the part of the
RED 46 DEPARTMENT STORE
and yours is tho great benefit. 'Twill bo a time to buy Clothes for several years.
COMMENCEMENT DAY
Saturday Morning, June 3, 1905
AT 5 O'CLOCK PROMPT
The AMGR1AN CLOTHING CO. 8
Red 46 Department Stores
38-4042-44 and 46 Church St Burlington, Vt,
In Group No. 1 of these Suits will be placed two hundred four
teen Suits of absolutely guaranteed PL HE WOOL Cheviots and
handsome Tweeds every Suit tailored in tho very newest Spring
and Summer fashion that were considered strongest Spring
Opening Values at EIGHT AND TEN DOLLARS.

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