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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1906.
r Aug. 29th 1906 THE OLD BEEHIVES Trltphna Callet G3-2 Main Floor. r.3-11 Cloak Dept. oo-s una ntpt. Be Inquisitive . . . enough to satisfy yourself ns to tho saving to bo inndc by purchasing nuy of tho fol lowing items: Remnants ! From onr DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT, arranged on our center dress goods tabls in 3 lots In each assortment will be found a largo variety of desirable lengths in Colors and black. For the convenience of all we havo closed them in these tliree assortments at the following prices: 39 cents, 50 cents and 75 cents For Skirts, Waists, Children's Dresses No more desirable fabrics can be had at double these prices. ALONG THE LAKE FRONT. I VERMONT HORSE STOLEN. Arimiiil Neir York 11eiirlnii nnil 1'nll Now In CiiNlodr of Sheriff nt f'nnlon, Solietlnle for I.nke Simmers. j N. Y.. AYTiiltlwc Oviner. Tho Chnmnlaln Transportation com-l Sheriff Ilortott linn received liany's 31st nnnunl excursion a com- to New nilinlcntlaii from Slier ft C. G. Ciildwoll York vln. tho L.nko Chtimpliiln nteamers,1 of St. Lawrence county, N. Y., with ref- Wash Goods Remnants Involving nearly every conceivable kind of washable ma terials, Muslins, Dimities, Percales, Dotted Swiss Muslins, etc. Prices marked plainly on each piece. Delaware & Hudson railroad and Hud son River steamors. wilt occur Septum bor 19. Tho usual faro of jr. will bo charged. The trip on Lake Champlaln will be rr.ado on tho Vermont and from Tort TIconderoBii to Albany on Uio Dolawnra & Hudson rnllrond by tbo way of HorntoBtt. Thoso who wish may visit Lake George and travel on tho steamer Sagamore. On Hcptombor 2, the Sunday trips of tho steamer ,Vermont, leaving l'latts burgh nt 7:16 a. m., and Fort TIconder oga at 1:20 p. m., will b discontinued. After Heptemhor 7 the trips of tho Tl- conduroKO. leaving llurllngton for Westport at 5:25 p. in., and Westport for Hui'llnKton at 0:35 a. in., will 'bo dis continued. Commencing teptcmbor 20, tho Tlcoiidorogn. will visit these ports only on Wednesdays and Thursdays, leaving this olty at flvo o'clock In tho iitternoon for Kssex and Westport and returning on Thursdays and Fridays at seven o'clock In tho morning. Tho trips north of llurllngton will be un changed. After September 10 the trips of tho Chateuugny on Mondays and Sat urdays from St. Albans bay to this cHy and return, will bo discontinued. On September 29 tho through "no service will bo closed, tho steamers Vermont and Sagamore going out of commis sion for the season. The Chatraugny will bo on tho lake until December 1.1, malting regular trips between tills city and I'lattsburgh. At tho close of tho excursion season tho prow of the Tl conderog.i will bo transferred to tho Chateaugay and tho carpenters will continue working on tho Interior of tho new boat. erenco to a stolen Vermont horse. Tho communlratlon Is In part ns follows: On Tuesday, tho 14th Inst, two Frenchmen giving the nnmes of Oliver Laundry and I'olcr Charbonneau, drovo Into this village with a bay maro four years old, three white fetlocks and patch of white on heel of loft foro foot, white star In forehead, IB 'A hands high and weighs 050 lbs. They offered to sell this mare much bolow her value, and believing that nho had been stolen 1 caused tho arrest of the Frenchmen on tho charge of vag rancy. They wero tried and convicted and received a sentonco of twenty days each In St. Lawrenco county jail. This maro Is now here, and Was eentalnly stolen from a pasture, as she does not show the least signs of having been worked for months. I hnvo just received a letter from TIconderoga saying that two or three weeks ago this maro was ferried across from tho Vermont sldo to TIconderoga. The ferryman romembers her distinct ly on account of prominent marks. These Frenchmen are conllned separ ately and Charbonneau (who claims to havo no Interest In this animal) admits to mo that she came from Vermont. Laundry was sent to Clinton prison In 1(M from I'lattsburgh for horso stealing. Btatji op Omo, Citt op Toledo, j live! Coomtt. I " Frahk J. (JiIenkv MAkrs oath tlmt he I til senior pnrtnar of the firm of V. J. CnntnTAOo. , dulncliUAlnan in tho City of Toledo, County and tit ate ntoresoid, and that nald firm will pay the stim of ON11 JttJMmiSU DOLLARS for foch and ctott cnoo of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Uie tan of IIam.'s (Iata&ii Conn. KltAiJK J. CHUNKY. Sworn to before mo nnd subscribed In my ptonence, tills CUl day of December, A.D. ISM. A. W. aLKABON, Hotary rublte. Hall's Catarrh Cnro le taken Internally and net directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the sjatera. Hend for testimonials, free. F. J. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo, O. J3t nM hf Tmfridi, 7Sc. Hall's Family Pills aro the best. jcriAL.! $joo yards Muslin Dress Qoods The balance of our regular stock, regular price of same from 12to 15 cents per yard at 8 1-3 cents per yard, iooo yards Handsome Figured Silkolines Full 32 inches wide and including all of our regular goodi, (not remnants) at 8 1-3 cents per yard. ! TEMPERANCE WORK. Mrs. I.. K. fliiilry nliont In Complete i Tour of the State. I Mrs. L. V.. Ualley, national organizer land lecturer for the Woman's Christian Temperance l'nlon, has been doing excel .lent and ofllclent woik In several counties In the State, attending county conven ; Hons, giving addresses and holding special 'women's meetings. She has given several iuldreses at camp meetings and Presiding i Elder liabcock said of her: "I have heard nearly every temperance .lecturer of note In the I'nlted States and have never listened to two mole effective addresses In my life." While Mrs. Ualley has been working HALF CENTURY OLD. Invitation to Hull lAiuinl by l S. Drew Huong I'.rt'eets of II. W. 1'eek. Tho Flee I'rers Is Indebted to the ven erablo L. S. Drew of South llurllngton for an opportunity to examine an Invl tatlon to a Hurllngtnii social function of more than half a century ago. The Invi tation w.i found among the papers of the Into JMwaid V. Peck to whom It was Issued. It was for the llrst annual ball of the Hiirllligton lire department, December ;:o, it,;,-.', at tile American hotel. The general committee was made up ns follows: ('. L XeNon, chief engineer; I. D. lllxby, llrst assistant; Itoxcr, No. 3, Capt. L. M. Pitkin; llrst assistant, Will iam T. Smith, Hiram S. Lane; Volun teer, No. 2, Capt. II. L. Moore, C. P. Ilradloy. II. Kmerson; Hook and Ladder, No. 1, dpt. L. S. Drew; llrst assistants, J. McCulty, J. S. Adams, E. Sherwood. The Honk and Ladder company, of which Mr. Drew was captain, was the llr.-t one oignnlzril In llurllngton. The VERMONT SUNDAY SCHOOLS. County Conventions to lie Held 'during f-'eplciiilier nnil October. A number of county Sunday school conventions will be held during Septem ber nnd early October, all of which will be attended by tho Itov. K. M. Fuller, field secretary of the Htato Sunday School association. Mr. Fuller's Itiner ary Is as follows: To-day he will go to Itr.ittlcboro, where ho will attend a county commit tee meeting Thursday and Frlilay ho will nttend the southern Windsor conn ty convention In Springfield: September fi nnd 7, Addison county convention at Hrlstol; 7, Chittenden county conven tion at Charlotte; 11, Frnnklln county convention at Sheldon; 12-13, Cale donia county convention nt Pnasump slc; 11-1.', Washington county conven tion nt Last ISurre; Sundny, September lfi, In Harre; 17-18, Kssex county con vention nt Lunenburg; 1S-10, Lamoille county convention at Ktowe: 20, Grand Isle county uonventlon nt South Hero; 21-22, Windham county convention, placo not yet selected; Sundny, September 23, In Castleton and Poultney; 'J 1-20, Hap tlst State convention, Montpeller; 27-23, Orleans county convention In Crafts bury; Sunday, September 30, In Now port; October 2-3, northern Windsor county convention In North Pomfret; 3-4, Hutland county convention In Urandon; Pennington county con vention lit Manchester; Sundny, October 7, in Woodstock. iooo yards Fine White Nainsook Of excellent quality and would cost at regular price from 12Jc to 15c per yard at 8 1-3 cents per yard. Odd Linen Tieces This item should attract unusual interest as the quality of linens carried here is known to be of the exceptional kind. Everv odd Nankin. Towel. Damask Remnant, D'Oyley, Tray Cover or broken lots of any description will be placed on our linen counter and first center table near the door. Tr. would be impossible to quote prices on such a broken as sortment but they are to be closed out and we state positively that the lowest prices will be placed on every arucie 10 movn them quickly. 300 Odd Napkins Worth at regular prices from $2.25 to $3.50 per dozen, and sizes at 12 1-2 cents and iq cents each 75 dozen Ladies 7 Globes All short ones regular values from 25 cents to 37J cents per pair at j 7 cents per pah 25 dozen Ladies 9 Fine Hose Mostly Tans in Gauze Lisle, Drop Stitch and pretty figured effects every pair worth 00 cents. 3 pairs for $1.00 THE OLD BEE HIVE. much literature has been distributed and I pattern for the truck w.ts obtained In New York by (Jeoige Patrlilge and tile truck was nude in this city for tho company. Mr. Patridce, Louis Follett and I. D. lllxby served as lloor managers at the ball. Of thiio who served on the commit tc"S, whos-e names are noovo enumerated, Mr. Drew N the sole survivor. At ho Is a hale veteran, who bids fair for many years mote of netlvity and usefulness. a new Impetus has been given to tho work. Many new members have been 'added to the State union. She goes from 'F.sex county nbout September 1 to Windham, where she will t etna in two weeks, after which she will go to her home In New York to tako up work In Hint Stale. WOMAN FINED $300. Mrs. STOLE CIGARS. Young lleniiolllrr Wits Quickly In the Hand of tile Police. A 12-year-oM boy stole $10 worth of clg ars Monday morning and within a short time was In the custody of the police. He was not placed In Jail but allowed to go homo on the promise of his father that the matter would be settled satisfactorily. The boy's, name Is Hoausllier and lie stole the smokes from Israel Hollc.iu, tho yen dor who has his stand Just north of tho City H.ilI.Hollenu store his cigars and ofllcers she requested State's stock overnight In the old Tloxor Amelia Jlorrls Pnys I'eimlty for Selling Liquor, Mrs. Amelia Morris, who was arrest ed several weeks ago as the result of a raid at her house and who on Friday was surrendered by her bondsman, Wil liam Morris, decided Saturday that she would have the ease disposed of at once. When In city court the first time she was held for county court nnd furnish ed ball. Her father-in-law becamo bondsman. After sho was surrendered IO UIO lllliueiM .".lie 1 , ,ii' .l, il null': n i I Attorney Sherman to file Information i . I..... I ... tt,.., 1 ... I llh.imm llfl no tu . ,,,.nv. "",,., . ,,, tl.lu room t, !.! nnnn disposed of at once. To that she plead- ' , ' . f . , room In the Fletcher library building. Some time Monday morning IUauslllcr ed guilty. She was lined $300 and costs of $7.7? by dudgo Mower, the alternate sentence being fif7 days In the House of Correction. She paid the cntlru amount. DEATH OF OLD RESIDENT. M. T. Crosby Spent Ills lloyliooil In lliirlliiKton. Tile Stocltt ,11 (Cnl.) Lvenlng Mail of Frl diy, August 17, contains the following ac count of the dentil of Mllo J. Crosby, who was until about Wi years ago a resident of this city: "Mllo J. Crosby of this city, for 3." year a master mechanic, on the Southern Pa cific and the bitter's branch road, tho Copperopolls, died at nine o'clock laat night at his home, No. WO Hast Chaunell street, at tho ago of C.1 years. The de ceased was highly esteemed by his em ployes and universally liked by his asso ciates because of his genial ways ami good-heartedness. lie was born in Ire land and had resided In Stockton for porno .'0 yrars. Surviving him are his wife, ono son, Kdwln 1. Crnsliy or innemuca, Nov.; a daughter, Mrs. C. W. Wicker- sham of Dakersfleld, and four brothers, .1. F. nnd T. F. Crosby of Nevada and Wil liam and Michael Crosby of Vermont." William Crosby, formerly of llurllngton, has removed to Vergennes and Michael Crosby lives In Leominster. enrrhd iU'f the cigars. The case was icported to the police at nine o'clock and by quick work the boy was In their hands within an hour. They wpre suspicious that tho lad who stole the cigars was Ileausiller and went to his home at 23.1 St. Paul street, where they found him renrtj to confess to te theft He was brought to the station but later released. NEW BANK TREASURER. Official of Chittenden County Trust Co. Itns Arrived Here. K. D. Worthen, former treasurer of the Franklin County Savings Hank & Trust company, has moved to this city and will issume tho duties of treasurer of the fhlltemUn County Trust Co,, when that Institution opens its doors to the public. The rest of the clerical force is yet to be engaged. Work cm the bank building on Church street is progressing- favorably ami it Is hoped to have the institution opened by October 1. The foundations for the vault aro completed and the steel has been shipped and will arrive hero soon. There Is considerable work yi to bo done but It Is thought that if nothing unexpected occurs tile building will be ready for use by October 1. INJUNCTION WILL STAND. CHr C'nnnot Ilnltd n AUmrf until fuse Is Tried In Court. Tho temporary Injunction sceurod by tho Hutland railroad company restrain ing tho city of llurllngton from build ing n public wharf will stand until tho enso Is filially disposed of, nn order to that effect having been mnde Tuesday by Judgo W. W. Miles. This order Is tho result of tho hearing of tho pe tition to have tho Injunction dissolved. This petition wns mndo by City Attor ney V. A. Itttllnrd nnd wns bnsed on tho claim that the railroad company did not own the Lyman wharf. Tho petition to allow the Kilns Lyman Coal company to become co-orator was also considered by Judge Miles and tho or der is In favor of that petition. This means that tho temporary Injunction will rcmuln In force until tho merits of tho case have been tried In court. When that will be It Is Imposslblo to state nt present. Tho order Issued by Judge Allies Is In part as follows: This cause came on to be heard be foro men nt llurllngton on the ISth day of June upon petition to nmetid tho original bill nnd to make the Kilns Lyman Coal company n co orator In snld cnuso and upon motion of tlie defendants to dissolve tho Injunction herein previously grnnt ed; and upon conslderntlon of tho facts set forth In the foregoing petition re ferred to, nnd after henrlng tho ro spectlvo parties In Interest and tho defendants not objecting nnd It also appearing that said company consents to bo so joined It Is hereby ordered and decreed: that tho said Ellas Lyman Coal company be Joined ns co-orator In said cause with said Hutland rail road company, nnd that tho facts set forth In said petition be ami nre n part of the amended bill In this cause nnd with tho original bill, constitute the amended bill of the orators In Oils cause, and that tho orators may, If they so desire, file additional facts In Amendment of their original bill with in 10 days from tho date thereof, by giving to the solicitors of the defend ants copies thereof at tho tlmo or be fore filing the same. And It Is further ordered that tho defendants make an swer to said amendments and the orig inal bill, wherein tho same has not heretofore been fully nnswercd, within .10 days from the date thereof; and upon the facts set forth and In consideration that tho main object of the bill Is to secure a perpetual Injunc Hon agnlnst the defendants, restraining them from performing tlie acts com plained of in tho orators' bill and in view of the great Injury and damage which the orators would sustain In consequence of the dissolution of this Injunction, In ense they eventually es tablished their right to a perpetual In junction, the motion of tho defendants to dissolve tho temporary Injunction Is over-ruled ami said Injunction Is con tinued In full force and erfect until fur ther order of this court. CHANCERY CASES. rhree Decisions Handed Iliitui li.v Judge MIIcn Itec.-nl ly. Decisions In three cass heard here by Judge Miles recently wero received Tuesday by County Clerk Hussell. They were all chancery cases. In tho case of John S. Wilklns vs. Samuel Somervllle, et als.. the petition was dlsmlsed with costs. The petition wns brought to com pel the defendant to ilve a deed for cer tain lnnd In the case of Louis Wilcox vs. Carley and Iouls McGee the prayer of tho ora tor was granted and tho motion to have the matter recommitted was denied. Tlie The Beauty bout Tlie Guyer Hat is tho pleasure it pives in the wearing. From every point of view it .stands pre-eminently nt tlie hend of lint doin. In every way fully worth any $5.00 hat ever made, but only $3.00 Tke Blue St II. C. Humphrey, W5 Church Street, nnrllnctoo, Vt. ore NEWS OF VERMONT worked faithfully nt them with prising success considering tho ago the workers. There wero racks holding a half dozen or moro boo with hinged uprights nt each end on rnented with .stumped work nicely d by some of the girls, and Indeed so ui iite inwni. imnusunvci v nnisneci lau and desks were mado by young worn As this was tho first time there been such n school In that sr tlon, results nro surprising to many and is understood that the schoools will continued nt some future tlmo. HOY BADLY KICKED BY HORSE Rollle Hubbard, who lives with uncle, Vernon Boyd, at Underhlll Cen narrowly cscaptd being killed by . from a horse Saturday night. Dr. W. was necessary to take seven stitches one cut nnd three In another. Five te on the upper jaw wero also knocked i Tho boy Is doing as well ns can bo pected under tho circumstances. FA lit PROMISES TO BE GOOD. a T r 1 1 , 3. JJi i Jiiiiiiiin ji niii'ttinn. ki nnr nrpni John C. Stanton, .Tr, of Montreal, win exmmt nis pair of hackney co at tho fair September 5, 6 and 7. demand for stalls for premium stock heretofore. More Important Event Grouped fof Free Iresi Headers MnnunI Train ing School nt Woodstock Moat Successful. Tho manual training school which the State has been carrying on at Woodstock In connection with tho sum mer school for tho pnst ten weeks un der tho patronngo of Mrs. F. S. Billings with L. H. Walstrom of New York city, a teacher, closed with an exhl- tlon of tho work of tho pupils Satur a motion. A slmllnr order was made in the cuso of Louis Wilcox vs. Carley and James McOee. i AMERICAN MADE - GUNS Single Barrel from $50 O Double Barrel from Jfi1200 UP Hammerless Double Barrel from $2.00 up Do not buy foreign made guns when you can get ) standard American goods at these prices. John A. Manson Co. 98 Church St. . . Burlington, Vt. THE LUCKETT CASE. Snttement by the Principal In Hxplnn ntlnu of tin Slliintlon. W. 11. Luckett, whoso arrest In IJrookllne, Mass., was chronicled In tho Boston nnd VornJbnt papers, has writ ten In explanation of tho nintter of tho Freo Press showing Hint ho wns not guilty of any Intentional wrong dnln. f Jfo says that ho was passing through tho Fenway with a friend when ho temporarily withdrew Into what ho uppoped wns seclusion. Several ladles puddenly came upon hlin nnd screnmed whereupon he wns at onro arrested by tho j;rk policeman. Tho Judgo claim ed further that for the past two months iomeono had been scoring women In the Fenway but It could not have been Mr. Luckett ns ho had been thero but v. comparative!; short tlmo i GOING TO BRISTOL. Dr. C. K. Johnson to Tnke Up Practice There Soon. Burlington Is to lose ono of Its phy sicians In n. short tlmo. Dr. C. K Johnson will remove to Bristol about September 1, whero ho will practice. Doctor Johnson Is a graduatn fit tho medical department of tho University of Vermont In tho class of 1890. For tho two yenrs following his grndua tlon ho practiced with Dr. L. M. Bing ham. Slnco 1D01 ho has practiced In depcndently. Recently ho sold Ills houso nt C2 North Wlnooskl aveiuio to Dr. U. F. Dalton. Doctor nnd Mrs, Johnson oxpoct to movo to Bristol September 1 or soon after and Doctor Dalton will tako posscslson of his now home upon Dr. Johuson'u depaituro MUST DREDGE CHANNEL. Covermnent Will neipilre Ituilnnd Itnll- rniul to Keep Original Agreement. As the result of tho hearing held Juno 2il In regard to the channel at draw bridge on the Rutland rnnroau (111 between North nnd South Hero Is lands It Is probalilo that the railroad company will be required by tho gov ernment to dredgo that part of too channel which now mnkes nnvlgatlon Impassible. In building tho fill the railroad wns required to make both chnnnels below the swinging drawbrldgo at tho mlrt- dlo of tho fill navigable. Tho company did not do this and only ono of the channels has been navigable. It was stated last evening unofficially that tho company would b" made by tho govern ment to dredgo tho channel which Is now lmpnssnble. QUARTETTE OP DRUNKS. I'our Men Pleaded (iiillty before .Indue Mower and Were Seuteiireil. A quartette of drunks wore arraigned before Judge Mower Monday morning nnd they all pleaded guilty. They were picked up Saturday acd Saturday night by the police and Sheriff Horton. Two were from Burlington and two came across the river fiom Colchester. Chester Harrington and Elmer NImbM were the Burlington men and they were arrested by the police. Tho former was fined $j and costs o $10.29 ami the latter ?r, and cn.ts of J9.l'. They will both serye the alternate sentence of ten days In jail. Edward tlunn and Arthur Destromp wero from Colchester. Tho former was ai rented by tlie flielff and the latter by the police. They were each given a Una of : and costs cf $10.29. Clium paid but Destromp will servo ten days. defendant lias leave to appeal on filing j day. It was well attended and the work showed In many caseB surprising proficiency, the girls rivaling tho boys in general excellence. The nttendanca averaged from 100 to 110 and tho nges wero from five to near fifty. Boys, girls, young men, young women, and middle nged men -attended anil the pro ducts ranged all the way from a ser viceable boat by one boy to toy doll furniture by the little tots. Thero were well finished tables, stands, desks, book racks, screens, small cabinets, brush holders, small Turkish stands, sewing screens with shelves and pock ets, and towel racks, together with bracket shelves, a rack for displaying china, toy stands, tables, seat racks, BOY SENT TO RUTLAND. Xnpnlenn Ilentiselller, Clarnr Thief, filv cn Tliree MimUm. Napoleon Keauselllur. nged 12 years, was In city court Tuesday charged with stealing J10 worth of cigars from Henry Bowley, who conducts a stand Just north of the City Hull. Tho boy plead guilty and was sentenced to serve not less than two nnd one-half and not more tlinn three months In the Houro of Correction. It was thought at first that he conld bo sent to the Industrial school nt Vergennes but ho had pushed the ago limit and had to go to Rutland, Tho boy wns arrested Monday and nt that time admitted the theft. Ho was al lowed to go home, however, with tho tin- V. S. The CI, S. Blodgett, I.r.TTKIt TO I.OCIS IIAI.I. Iliirlloctoii. Dear Sir: We shall feel oblige dlf you write us how you came-out on your first few jobs Dcvoe, as to gallons expected and used, Tako Job A. You made your price, ex pecting to use 25 gallwis Devoc, anil used 15. Job B. You expected to use 13 and used 10. And tell us what paint you had ui-ed before. Of course, you judge Devoe by what you have used before. Here's how a few came-out. M A Thomas, painter, Lynchburg, Vn writes: My first Job with Devoe, I esti mated 37 gallons; It took 2.1. Since then I have used nothing else. C B Edwards, Raleigh, N. C. had used 30 gallons paste paint on his house, nnd bought 30 gallons Devoe; A E Glenn, his painter, said It wouldn't be enough. Had Hi gallon left. Mayor W W Carroll, Mnntlcello. Flor ida, writes; Painter estimator 3.', gallons for my house; took 20 gallons Devoe, C.llmore A Davis Co, contractors and painters, Tallaliessee, Florida, say 2 gal lons Devoe spreads as far as 3 of any other paint they know, and covers better. S A Billiard, painter. Sanfnrd, Florida, estimated ."0 gallons for Odd Fellows and Masotdc Halls; they took 29 Devoe. Jones & Rogers, Merkol, Texas, esti mated 10 gallons Devoe for Mr Pratt's house and brought gallciis for flrBt coat; It painted two coats. Erb-Sprlngall Co, San Antonio, Texas, painted two houses same size for D J Woodward, one lead-and-nll, the other Devoe. Devoe cost $12 less for paint nnd lnbor. Tom Mnsey's painter. Walnut Springs, Texas, estimated for his house 10 gallons Devoo; he hud 4 left. You see how It goes. Even the best painters can't gues little enough at first Yours truly F W Devoo & Co Now York Co., sell our dorstnndlng thnt ho wns tn be In court Tuosdny. Tha youngster got at the cl gais by gaining entrnnco to tho old Boxer engine room In tho Fletcher library building. H ISIC0OICKN EA'DS, miysvarmwz., i wwwm fvfrvdne needs x FvrnvnNE JHE BESLBREA&LOUa paint. AIJVnilTISKD I.KTTRUS. List of unclaimed letters In tho Hurl Ington postofflco for the week ending August 2S, 190S: WOMEN'S LIST. Mrs. J. C. Adams, Mrs. Polly Bean, Eva Benolt. Bortha Cools, Gladys Cunimlugs, Mrs. Jos. Chassc, Minnie Coughlln, Jesslo Farwell. Mrs. T. D. Griffith, Etta Henry, Mrs. M. Derrick. Amelia Keeler, Loulso Morrison, Mrs. W. F. Rlter (2), Mary E, Root, Anna Schuster, Misses Bafford, Mrs E. S. Smith. Mrs. E. W. Smlllo. MEN'S LIST. Ael Fnbrlo Co., Kxpard Alxpel, Carey Bass, S. R. Baker, Clarence Carr, . N. Chase. Daniel Cooney, Silas Crnwford, Charles O. Ducnto, Henry Elpert, K, M Frost, Henry Granger, George Qreen, Del- phlso Germain, Mr. Joseph, B. H. Kag' won, Fred Merchant, Alfred . Morln, A H. Mol.eod, William Shackett, Raymond Whlttler, H. M. Williams, J. Turner Wall. WINOOSKI LIST. Mls Luoy C. Tarker, John Galey (card), A, Leclatr, CLOSING RALLIES. u-i,..t..i.. ... ... . . Underhlll. Arrangements are completed for i 1.,. ,,. . . In Chittenden county. On Friday evening the citizens of icy anu oiiKressman J , J. rosier T .. .. .1 .1 ........ ...Ml ... .1..!!.. , I .. T I nenc ae tjnaius. un me same evenir. furnished by tho Westford band. un ct.lliiruuy rveniiiK u rally in ii ln..,nn R.MI V. n.l-neon .... r. a Tn 1 band will be in attendance. the speakers will be Messrs. Palmer Foster. Music will bo furnished by Cambridge band. jP' The Man His Den It's Fixin's There's one room in ihe house -the lord and maste. furnishes to suit his individua: tancies wifev isn't often con suited. Largely because the umbhings arc picked up on the impuljt of the moment they hit his fancy anc .hat settles itGThere's a quick change o owners and the "odd bit" joins the othci 'immortals" in Mr. Man s "hall of fame.1 Q We know the sort of things that tempi turn and keep the variety fresh. I Some new steins for the "collection" tut in. Miniature Stetna yrltU cover 35c, Larger "tela trlth Dutch leend, e. Alao the new rich brown color In Tnnknrda nnd lnneh llonli nnd Seta 3.80 to "10, MASONIC TEMPLE BURLINGTON PHONC !! TWO NAMES ONL. inNPttli Atiisi mill I . II. firntim Mir l illilnten fur Ilciirevriitntlve iirmi t.il ot tn hp r:is.r mr n v ronrt1 tativc. J. J. Enrlirht who filed noir tlon papers hns withdrawn hi name as no objections have been tiled wit1 riiv c ltk Liiu immo ui air. au u m j Oraton will appear on tho ballot. Thero was talk at one time that t ...1.-1. 1.- nn ,,l. ai nn ft nnln.,t ill I l: it l ljj mi i . t'Lk un nini ivi i.uiiLk.i)t loimlltv nf thr rlfiirinrrntlc caucus on ground tlmt It was held too late. Tho flip n in n nnfT!ii,i it rn mi u t t t- T rtTPTi lire enT'VT!jv IIT'T This s one or cienerm .lines s sio corns wns making a nlnnt marcli. A three or four o"clock In the morinnB, every one wni tlreu ami worn ou GeorKln regiment stopped. A Georgia aleil put nin rule up ,-iainrt me n-m the other side of whore l.ongstrcet i'a i nn s.im -,rn s is nn'iiv ri:in Ugni all .mil in. ihii .in iiiHii. i nuppoce I can cio it. ror my country me invr ui mv euuuii. in' v-umiu I can go hungry. I can fight If he, I can die for my country, Ilcan over I'll ho Mowed if I'll ever love other country." THEUK WITH THE ANSWER. An officer of n certain regiment n vi n -i nrn insnppin i: ins L liiiukiii parade when he came to tin Irishman had evidently not shaveii ior some Halting In front of the man, he "Doyle, how Is it you have not shaved .. i ...... 1 MA l.n,.. .... I now uurM juw ini in.- .ii... omeer. wnn n uearu ii ) nm- in Well, sorr." snld Paddy. "It's lolke There's onlv one shaving glass m nt the snme time, nnd mayoo ui sn some other chnp's nce," HMDAnUASBINa QUESTION. "Dat's ns fine a goose ns I ever nrunuer ,,,,..... ..- fine cue?" "Well, now, jiiisinn iu CRrvui Ri'i.nu, ...... of dignity, "when you preach a p - n t nav., n y vmi whem got It. Seems to me flat's a trivial ter, anyway." IMPORTANT BUSINESS. "Mlstah Snow," ald the cutler, twt hfa liar in an miia.rraiiei wny. -i ve'y busy tfcla ovnnln't" "Not particularly, Kphr4m," reipo can do for youT" "Vr.. null. I'd llko to linvn yo' ovah to Ml' Wallah', and pull off a Vedaill' fo' mo, iUII. l.uiennu inn