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I HK BURLINGTON FREE PRESS; THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1905.
MUD MESSAGE AWFUL PSOlSiS Its Reading Occupied about Two and a Half Hours in the House. EMERGENCY CANAL FUND Utilise Will Tnke Hip Mntler To dil) A I'rnleil imnliiMl Hip Kleelliut Of CiinirreJisiiiiiii Jllelmlek (if IIIIiiiiIn AIIpkpiI Tlml Hp Im Kol Aiuerleiiii t'UUeii. Wnshlnfjlnn, Pee. IS. President Uoose Vill s mess. me to Concress I eer Ivt d , the uttL-titinn of the House fur two nnd u lnilf lours tci du. Its lending iis llslenid to with ln.iiUed utteiitlnn Mini ut Its enn i lusioti ihr iloi uniriit wns nppluudid. I'ic I i miry steps mio tnlien tow mil nppro- ii'tiir fio iiifiliil imiii'I'ki in'.v liiinl lor t h r.iimm.i c mill nnd this iniiltir will be the buslm-s for tn-niorrow. Should tin ili't. ions ronnMit In- lotused for Its coii mn r.ition, .1 speeinl inline 'iiiiimltt r- on rules will l.c nv.illnlde whli'li will put the 1 11 on lis pni-s.ii!!' .iflcr a limited period 1 i' disc iss on. The House rri'Pivi il mid onli-i.il referred to one ol the r'snlur eleellons eointnltteo a i rotes! fion I lie llftli rnii(irrslonnl ilis ti. t of Illinois Slntlnn Unit Anthony Mii'linlt It, who yi'Motil.iy wns sworn In r a mh inlii r of tin- House iroin that dis trict is I ft n citizen of tin1 1'nitoil St.iti s. Tin pioti-' v.is priM-ntril hy Mr. ItninejU that State, who asked for nniilern tion of the matter liy a speiial eoinunttei . 'J'hls point was the only one eontesled. It Iioiiik sucKistid hy .Mr. Mann that It. v.n i le itter for the proper elections coinni ti( to entisidi r mid his nmendini nt ti that i Pit was inlopjed on u jm and ti. VOt". SHORT SESSION IN SENATE. JMi"c.;iKe IIpiiiI Mr, llrnnilrupp Seated null Sen. l'riietiir It el I res from t'OlllllllllPP. T nf nt,ton, Dor. IS. The Senate wns In Ftsslon 'or almost three hours to-day nnd rim- ornr'le.illv all of Its time to listen ing to tin rnnlini: of the Vresidetifs an nul 1 inrsiiKe. The elm onieiit treelved elnso nttentlon timiiv sen i tots following the 1- ndlnit throiiKhoit w.ili punted eoples In tlieli hnniK Mr l!r i ' 'k'ii' took his sent n a si nn Jor from ( onneeilcut. Senator 1'io-tiir announeed Ills retire ment from tin committee on military af fairs. A PTBEItlNT, COMMITTER. Washington, Pec. .1. At a enueus of republican senators held to-day Senator Allison was rliosen cliairman and by unnriimnus consent wns authorized to np roint a steerlnc committee to soiv. throughout tlm Congress. The nlinlrniau yvan also instrue.ted to niinn.- a committee to fill committee vne.-meles. 35JEARS Terrible Scaly Humor In Patches All Over the Body-Skin Cracked and Bleeding Itching Unbear ableCured by Cuticura in Thirty Days at Cost of $4.75. ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA over my body. L si "I wns nfTHrtctl with psoriasis for tliirtv-livc years. It was in prttchos nil 1 used three cakea of Soup, six boxes, Cu t ieurn Oint nit'tit, and two bottles of Ctiti ctini Hcsolvrnt. I lintlitd with tho Sonp, applied tho uititmcnt. onco n day, and took the Hi'Milvcnt ns di lortetl. In tliirlv days I was completely cured, nnd I think pcniiiiiiently, us it was about fivo years tigo. "The p-orinsi-t first made. Its npprar nncc in red spots, generally forming n circle, lcdvine; in the center it spot about the size .if a silver dollar of sound flesh. In n short time the affected circle would form a heavy dry scale of a white silvery appearance and would pradually drop oil. 'I'o n inovo the entire scales by liatl.iiiK or using oil to soften them the lie It would be perfectly raw, nnd n light discharge of bloody substance would onzoout. That fcaly erustwould lot in agniii in twenty-four hours. It was worse on my arms and limbs, nl though it was in f-pnts all over my boily, also on my scalp. If I let the Fctiles remain too long without remov ing by bath or otherwise, the tkin would crack and bleed. I stlfTerod intense itching, worse at nights after netting warm in bed, or blood watm by exercise, w hen it- would be nlrno.it unbearable. "To sum it all tip, I would not go through such another ordeal of allliction for thirty-five years: for the State of Kansas, (signed) W. M. Chidestcr, Hutchinson, Kan., April 20, lOOfi." Cutirtira Soap, Olrittun t, tnd Pill', art pnld throughout thr irld r Priic clnm. Cni.,Siile I'ropp ,Il.iiiitb a Milfed 1 ru, llg u Can Taituntt llomoii." Iirccccdliig ycur, L-ONOItlCSSMAN1 FOSTJCIVS tlUAj. WiiNliltiRtnti, tjec. B. The hilt for tho rcorgiitilzntloti of tlm ncltool Hystcm of the lllstrlet of rolnmbln, Intrnilticed In the House of Hepreseutiitlves ly Mr. 1'osler of Vermont on Momtrly, calls not only for the Increase of th sitlarles nf the teachers In the schools of Hie district hut provided also for tlm reconstruction of the school system tinder advanced methods). The inenstire l. a Very pnptthr one In thn District nf ColumMii, where the inovement for hlRher siilniltM for teaeliets meets with npproval. The at tempt tniide la the House lust year to In cieaso the salaries of teachers wnn unsuccessful, HttO SPLIT OPEN. MASSACHUSETTS MAYORS. l:ti-ctlnn III in CIHpm Tiietnlny Mil. cIiiIIkIs Appplir In Shop f'ltlen. Hoston, Dee. B. Thirteen cities of the Htntn to-dny elected mayors and decided whether liquor should he sold durltij? VM. Tliere were no material ijhnnges In the political sentiment. One city, FltchburK, after a year of liquor selllm,', once morn df elded iwilnst the sale during tho comlns year. Socialists lioved streiiRth In the shoe maniifaelurltuf cities of HtoeUton nnd lluveihlll, espeelully In the former, where their emiilldiite for mayor was defeated hy only Ml voles. I'ollowlnt; Is a list of mayors elected: Itroclttou, Frederick O. Bradford, re pilhlleati. ritehliuic .lames 11. Mc.Mnhon, Indc- pendi nt cltben. (lloiieester, (leorKe K. MneDonnld. nom- Imitlon paper. 1 Haverhill, llnnvell tj. Vood, republican, Lawrence, .lolm . Knne, democrat. Mnilboro, Henry T'arsons, repuhll- can'. New Hedfoid, Thomas Thompson. peoples. Northampton, Theobald Conner, dem ocrat. l'ittsfleld, Allen II. HrnKff, republican. Qtiincy, James Thompson, republi can'. SprltiKtljeld, K. AV. Dickinson, lepttbll ean. Taunton, .lohn I!. Tracy, repiibllcnn. Walthani, John Ij. llnrvey, republl eiin. Mto-elf eted. Young Man Meets with Terrible Accident in a Lumber Camp. CIRCULAR SAW BROKE, Section Sir nek tllin. Ciildnit n DiinIi from Ills Cliln In Hip Hack of Ml, llrnif 'I' hp llrnln l.nlil llnre 1'roliiilily CiiiiiiiiI Ur eal er. NOTES FROM WASHINGTON. ti. J. MrCurn, nnnrkrpppp In the Soiinle, mid AV. ..giiinr, In Hip Hiiiikp. WashhiKton, Dee. B. N. J. McCuen of Terpennes, who was appointed last year by Representative Foster a doorkeeper In thn House of ltepresentativi s to take tho place of the late James H. Sullv of )turlint,'lon, linj received an appointment ni hip !-cinuo end ol the eanltol and be tan Ins duties on Jlond.iy. Mr. McCuen, takes tho place nf Urn William. Jr.. who has lellred after conniletlnt; the studv of law heie and is now employed by the I'roelor Marble Co,, nt Proctor. Senator Proetor h.iu .idde, to his officii Imee in the looms of the Senate commit tee on nci leullure J. Fred Unllcy of Wells I'.lver. Vt. Mr Unllcy returned a few months no from the riiillpplnes, when he li.is spent tluee ycirs as a teaclnr. lie will study law while In Washington Mr. U.illey takes the place of J, H.irle Talker, who resigned to enter lmslness lire. liepresi ntntlve Foster has appointed Walter A. Dane of Ni wport. Vt.. a dooi- keeper for the House of ltepn "-entativen to lake the place made vacant by the ap pointment of N. J. Mi Cucli on the Senate loll. Mr. Dane lias In en a teacher III Durr and liurtoii Seminary at Manchester nnd expects to study law in Washington. S.U.AUV OF I.KTTUR CARRIERS. It is cprclcil that there will bo a bill In Concrcss at tills session relative to the f.nhulcs of letter eairlcrs. Rejiresenta tie Foster, who has In previous years championed the cause of the carriers pioliably will not uiltoiluee a bill but will be eounti.il ns olio of those who can be di pended upon to favor iniyUiim,' that bllnns Kood to the can id's. In Washing ton I. st ji.ir p;:'. Utier emrlers lift the Hi vice to tike up nth. r business. TI.e lulis are wry stintly ent'oreid in tins city tin ri Ik iiik lust ytar m discli.irKcs for Intoxleallon TI. s was 11 less than In the WOUM) NFVF.R DANCK A0A1N. i Corporal Tanner, the present head of the National G. A. It., lost both his Ies at the si com I battle of Dull Run. Later, when In a hospital he and other wounded i soldlcis were visited by charitably Inclln i d women. One day an elderly ' female carrying n l ent basket sat down beside Tanner and tallod religion to him while he thought of the delicacies In the basket. At length she lilted the lid and took I therelroni a tract on the evils of d'ncliiK, winch she handed to the patient. Tanner 'looked it ov r and then said arnestly : i "I clve you my word of honor, madam, , that I'll nivcr dance again as lon as I live." The elderly lady departed with i Bleat satisfaction. West Haven, Dec. Kverett Lincoln of Huhbardton, a youiiK man, was filuhttully Injured lure to-day while working In tlm (Jerry lumber camp. He w.ts nsaiatinif In a saw mill when the circular saw broke, h section striking him and cutting a K.ish from his chin over to the back of his In ad. The brain was. laid hare but as the wound, while teirl be, Is not deep, do'tors weie able to dress the injury and to-nlRht Mr. Lin coln was still nllve. It Is fe.iieil that ho can not recover although his breathing seeing to be slimmer. His fut Ik r, mother, wife and brother from Huhbardton c.-nne heie to-day and me with Mr. Limoln now. The accident ocenii d thiongh a frnly log rolling while bung saurd with the result that the saw was broken hy strik ing an Iron dog. STATE ORANGE MEETING. Will lie lipid In .llonlppller 'I'lircp Dajs Nl'Vl Week. Mnntpeller, Dee. .". The proiiramme for the annual meeting "t tlie Kt ne Craiige. to be held lit .Moni ir her on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, December 1'.', 1.1 and 14, will soon be Issiml The meet ings are to be held in Armory hall and the Pavilion Hotel wdl tie headquarters. linv. i'. .1. itell, Male muster, will pre side. H Is not yet announeed what meet ings, If any, will lie open to the public. The annual banquet will be s rved Tues day evening by the Ladies' fiulld of Christ Church, nnd plates will be laid for 2.'.". It Is expected about L'ihj d( legates will be In attendance. To Maintain Health it is just as important to use pure baking powder as to drink pure water. Cleveland's Baking Powder I is the purest and there fore the safest baking powder to use. It makes the food healthful, hand some and appetizing CLEVELAND OAKINO POWDER CO.. No it York, rarles," the same to be lent to librar ians In that county. Tho commission voted to continue sending what Is known as the A. L. A. list, which Is publish! d eight times a yeap. to all the libraries in the State. The commission very much desires un expression from the librarians of the. State as to woetber this list In desir able and helpful. H was vote, to again appropriate .$2i for subscriptions to public libraries, the same to be sent to such librarians In the State as in the opinion of the eommbslon need it most. Other business transacted wns of a routine nature. The next regular meeting of the commission will be held at Montpeller in l'ebrunry next. The next Issue of the Uullctin, published by thu commission, will be in Janunry. LIQUOR RAID IN NEWPORT. 95 PER CENT W00D ALCOHOL AT Till-; K.MPLOYMF.NT OFFICF. "Do you see the tall cool. In the bluo gingham apron? Well, ten housewives have tried her in the last ten days and she has left them nil." "lirni'ious! 1 It-r name must he 'Secret,' " "Why so " "liecause no woman can keep her." ! Chicago News. Women love n clear, healthy com plexion. Pure blood makes It. Dur dock Ulood Hitters makes pure blood. LET I'S UIND YOUR MAOAZINKS. Wo, can't nil be Carnestes and build libraries for other folks. Hut we can , build our own and that Is toe kind that Is best appreciated and most used. A great help In Increasing the size, nppeainnce and value of your library will be the binding of your periodicals. A very neat binding can be had for 75 cents a volume. FRICH l'RKSS HINDER". ):rc,d&wtt Large riiinntll.v of hlxkev round nt llnllllng Work "Proprietor I'lnpil. Newport, Dec, B.-('"listnblfs Ruck and lllnman raided the Newport Uottling works to-day urn Mini: the proprietor, A. Stevens, and seizn 1'" botllesof whiskey. Stevens wns brought 'irfore Justice Cush lnan mid pleading gndty, was fined $JW and costs which be y ild. LIBRARY COMMISSION. Mrt'llllK Held nt Hip Mule House The IIiiiiIiipmm Uiint. Montpeller, Dec. 3. A meeting nf the State library commission was held tills afternoon In Its room at tho State House. Those present w re the Hon. W. II. DuRois of Randolph, Mrs. W. P. Smith of St. Jolinsbury. Mrs. M. II. Rtickham of Hurlington, I: M. floddard of Montpeller, and Miss Frances IIo bart of Cambridge, the secretary of the board. It was voted to ie i pi a gift of $10 from the Woman's lub of Hrattle boro, given to aid binaries in Wind ham county, and a'so to expend tae same In subscriptions to "Public Llb- Nlii(T That CniiMptl Iteeent Mentha In ' llli-liforil .nnlzpil. St. Albans, Dec. .".The State labora tory of hygiene nt Uurlington has made ii, p. irtl.il rrport of the analysis of the contents of the bottles, sold by Wallace, Almon and Eva White of Rlchtord, to the victims In the recent nlleged wood alcohol I poisoning casts, when Nelson P. Roystou, (Marshall S. Ullss and Mis. Mary Legron jdeur lost their lives from drlking the stulf. One of the samples analyzed 05 per cent, wood alcohol to f per cent, of I water, while another showed ?." per cent, of wood alrohol. The chemists have not yet had an op portunity to make a complete analysis 'of the stomachs of the victims, but It Is i believed that enough has already been i learned to piove the cause of death. DEPUTY SHERIFF MISSING. Alleged lie 'n Irregular In Ills Ae- poiintN iim mi Officer. St. Albans Dec. .1.-Shi riff U.irni y F. Kelley has retained ftom otle Deputy Sheriff W. S. Urnmen of Rlchford. the charge being lrregul.it Hies In rcganl to money mutters, llr.imen has at dllfeient turns bet n given bills to collect and it lias been found that he has made his col lections and neglected to turn In the pro ceed?, Rramen's ciookedness first came to light a lew months ago, when lie was given a mittimus acatnst n man ar retted for Intoxication. Urnmen collected I lie money and when asked by the court to tutn it in said that he hail lost his pockftbook, Chief of Police Mnhonej took the next train for Riehford and ar rested l!i amen and his wife paid the costs. It is understood that llramen has been lying In a Canadian Jail, charged with the same offense nf which he has been guilty here. Urnmen Is not now in Rlchfoid and It Is not known whether he Is In Jail In Canada or i ln v.-ln i i . At any rale. h,s commission has been revoked and he has been dismiss' d In disgrace. He will re ceive a win in welcome home when he re turns, and a cozy corner In the padded c 11 In the county Jail awaits him. JFDUE MILES PRESIDES IN WIND SOR. Woodstock, Di e. 5. Judge W. W. Milis is presiding at the December term of Windsor county court, which opened hero to-day, this being his llrst assignment since appointed to the bench. Out of A.) cases on the Jury list 21 wete struck off, In the calling of the docket. The first case lor trial, was Ida E. RlcliJid.-on vs. George F. Fletcher of Chester, an action to rtcoer penalty for not producing a will. For Poultry Beats Them All Kver.vhafl.v likes n winner. The win ner must possess the qualities that ex wl. The winner in the Poultry Food class Is spoken of In a recent letter from Huntington tc Eastman, Washing ton, Vt., a follows: "There are sev eral so-called Poultry Foods on the market here, but 'Pago's Perfected Toultiy Fond' heats them nil. We find a ready and steadily Increasing tale for 'Page's.' " ADDISON COUNTY COURT. Cusp ngfllnat Centrnl Vermont An nounced .ipttleit liirnrs Absent. Mlddiebury, Dec. 5. The December term of the Addison county court was opened In the court house here this mornlnp? with the Hon. Oorge M. Powers of Morrls vllle ns chief Judge, The Jury calendar wns enlle, by Clerk Wnlnwrlght and the casts therein were noted ns temporarily or finally disposed of as follows: W, J, White vs, Elizabeth Caswell, appellant, a mls-entryj Myra Lee vs. the Central Vermont Railroad company, settled; In re will of Isabella Tulley, Edward M. I'utley and others, contestants, Appellants, negntlons for settlement pending; Paul Sliackett vs. Ocorgo W. Wilcox, appel lant, trial: W. O. Hprnguo's admlnstra tors vs. Oeorge If. Unstick, placed at tho heel of the docket; C. W. Rivers fk Son vs. Peter and Alice Lafayette, appellants, settled and discontinued; Mary E. Nash, appellant, vs. Louis Lamordcr's admin istrator, trial and assigned to bo begun Wednesday morning: Amos Wetherbee't executor vs. Charles H. Kccse; town of Rlpton vs. town of Hrnndon, a paupet ciise. trial j J. H. Church vs, P. H. Eaton, appellant, motion for continuance by tha plaintiff. When the grand Jury wns called font members of the panel summoned did nol appear. These were Oenrgo E. Wilson ol Oianvllle, J. C. Swlnlngton of Leicester. C. II. Stone nf Monkton nnd K. W. Mer rllt of Shnreham, all of whom arc under stood to have been 111. Their places wcr". filled by tho following men drawn from the attendants In court by Sheriff Smith Fred M. Foote of Mlddiebury. .T. O, Wnlker of Kerrlshurgh, Edward .T. Mathews of Mlddiebury and Edrlck Ad ams of Panton. After giving them their Instructions Judge Powers appointed , Wallace N. Hill of Statksboro their fore man nnd they retired to take tip the r duties John It. Vinton of Ornnvitle wn ! the only one nf the 32 petit Jurors sum moned to Jail to appear. After receiving their Instructions they were excused from n-rvlee until nine o'clock to-morrow morning. The motion for continuance hi the case of J. H. Church vs. P. ti. Enton, appel lant, was then argued and the court over ruled tho motion nnd ordered the cnsfi inaiked for trial. There being no rnsci ready to be taken up a recess was tat: i nt n -1 o'clock until 0 a. m., on Wednes day. In regard to the settlement In the case of Mnrv Lee vs. the Central Vermont Railroad company. It may be said that the settlement of the east- was arrived nt yesterday out of town. This case grew out of an injury to the plaintiff In the nccident near Cambridge many months ago. Uutler and Moloney of Rutland were the plaintiff's attorneys, nnd C. W. Wit ters of St. Albans and F. L. Fish of Ver grnnes appeared In the case for the rail road. Mr. Fish was the only one of the counsel m the case present In court to day and he stated that he heard from Mr. Witters by telephone yesterday that the ease was settled but was not advised as to the terms of settlement. It is told around town to-day that the terms nf settlement give Mrs Lee j;,.MV) and enough more to pay all the costs of whatever nature she has been to since and as a re sult of the accident. LAMOILLE COUNTY COFRT. Hyde Park, Dec. 5. Lamoille county court opened Tuesday morning nt 10:33 a. m., Judge Haseltnn presiding. Prayer wa- offered by the Rev. W. R. Hamlin. Next came the reading of the docket nfter which it adjourned until two p. m. On Its convening at two o'clock tho iury were enrolled and sworn. The first case set for ttlal is Morgan vs. Tucker, a civil suit. Miss Chestnut of Burllnjr ton Is court stenogiupher. Water T3iejgSif DECEMBER, both 'I.E and MET- now due nnd pny.iole at the WATER OFFICE. I'n- less prompt payment Is made, FIVE PEIt CENT will be added to the bill, anil the water shut off, as prescribed In Section IK of the Water Ordinance. Pay before the lntli and get your dis count F. O. SINCLAIR, 'JSS.M&wlt Superintendent. I (The Great Unloading Sale Is Now on at the American Clothing Company's Red 16 Department Stores And will Continue Until Saturday Night, December 30th. m NOTE THE FOLLOWING The liiolip.sl class, strictly hand tiiilorctl Suits, of iinost worsteds nnd woolens, in fnney patterns and liliieks, will all be privd dur intr lliis Great Unloading Sale ac cording to the rollowinu' impor tant list : All :.(), .7.0(, .Srr), 10.0(), .li.0(). .1.-1.01), irls.no iin.l 'JO.0) Suits to ;o at 2.79, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95, $6.95, $7.95, $8,95 and $10.95. MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S UVIiltUUHIO, fi.00,. ifS.OO, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 values. Great Unloading Sale Price $2.95, $3,95, $4.95, $5.95, $6.95, $8.95 and $10.95. CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS. Aes 3 to 1fi Years. $.1.00, $.1,50, $4..r)(), $(5.00 and $7..ri() values. Great Unloading Sale Price $1.29, $1.48, $1.69, $1.98, $2.48 and $3.98. MEN'S ULSTERS. Values up to $10.00. Unloading Sale Price $2.98 and $3.48. MEN'S and YOUTHS TROUSERS. $i-.ri, uvoo, n'.no, 52 r.. $.i.oo, $:i.r,o and J4.0O values. Suit- Price line, 711c, Mic, l.a.'l, l.:ill, if I. IS (i. mi 11ml KM. EXTRA KNEE PANTS. During this Fnleadlnn Sale will go nt We, ai' nnil 3llc. Worth more than double, CHILDREN'S SUITS. Afrcs n to Ifi Years. $2.00, $2.50, $3,00, $3.0, $4,00. $4, DO, $5.00 and $7.00 values to po at 8e, l.2ll, I.4S, $1,111), ll.l8, If a. IK mid V2.IIS. 50c 30c !0c MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Fleeced Shirts and ale 10c Shirts nnd Men's Drawers, , Children's Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, .Men's Fleeced Drawers ;m(. 2Tic Men's Wool Hose 10e 3!lc Men's Wool Hose me $L'i0 Men's Wool Sweaters Olle $2.50 Men's Wool Sweaters $1.4S $1.25 Hoys' Lamb Wool Sweaters. . $1,00 Men's Fleeced Over-Shirts. . .-trie 2.10 Men's Silk Web Suspenders He 50c Men's NeRllRee Shirts aile 3o Men's and Children's Caps 10c $1,00 Men's Very Fine Cups 4Ne LADIES' and MISSES' WALK ING SKIRTS. $1.08, $2.!)S, $4.08, $5.08 and $i.!)8 values. Great Unloading Sale Price 98c, $1.98, $2.98 and $3.98. BLACK MERCERIZED UNDER SKIRTS. 08c, $1.39, $1.50 and $2.00 values. Great Unloading Sale Price 49c and 69c, Only one to each customer. AT 15 CENTS YARD. For 2,000 yards best Table Oil Cloth. LADIES' NEW PALL SUITS. $12.00, $1(5.00 and $20.00 values. Great Unloading Sale Price $6.98, $8.98 and $10.98. LADIES' COATS. 45 inches lonj?. $li.!18, $8.0S, $10.98, $15.00 and $20.00 vnlues. Sale Price $3.98, $4.98, $7.98 and $10.98. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. $2.00, $3.00, $:!.50 and $3.98 values. All po at 79c, $1.39, $1.69 and $1.98. CHILDREN'S LONG CLOAKS. $3.98, $'4.98, $0.9S anil $7.98 values. Sale Price $1.98, $2.98, $3.98 and $4.98. AT 9 CENTS. For Ladies' Pino Fleeced Hoso. Tho roRiilnr 19c hind. AT 48 CENTS. For 10-4 Red Blankets. Rejni lar (i!)c kind. AT 21 CENTS. Jlisses' Fleeced Lined Vests and Pants. The regular 39c kind. AT 38 CENTS. For Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Lined Vests and Pants. A bar uain at 69c. LADIES' VERY FINE WAISTS. $1.39, $1.(50, $!.!) $2.48 and $2.08 values. Sale Price 79o, $1.19, $1.39, $1.69 and $1.98. AT $1.98. For Ladies' Peau do Soio Silk Waists. A bargain nt $5.08. No space here to mention most important values in the ever-growing Shoe Department, nor the thousand little items of masculine and feminine wearing necessities that would be tractive, if possible, than the few above quoted. But bear in mind: The word of this great store is its positive law. This sale is for exactly twenty-one days December 7th to the even more attractive, 30th nor for one day less or more. For such actual price cutting would bankrupt the strongest financial concern in the world if continued for any length of time. The American Clothing Co.'s Red 46 Dep't Stores 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46 Church Street. Burlington, t and 46 B I m 0