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THE BURLINGTON FREE J'JIESS : THURSDAY JNOVEMK15K ID, 1H06.
10 DENTLY MURDERED Highway in Town of Pownal. ROBBERY THE MOTIYE, tu If on Itiillronil ! I nil Hoc fcorlutiMy Manlied with u Knife. nnWKlon, nv. c. i no nmiy ui (linns ivu'i. ii i iiik iiiiu ittiiiii. iiuuul e f ,1 It, Mir. . mtt flint- nVtiirk this nftpinnrta. 'hi mt w horn tnrt mdv wna loiintl is out one and one-half mllos from tlio uL't nit ii aAt i b 'inn nnn nimitr i nnii hit itn Mm liiirhivnv. here Is not tnc slightest uouot mat tno ill mi?; inurtirii.'ii jijt an e.uiimmnuii i . 1 ...1.. 1.. T H t T1nlln. lUrf antnnt. 2 UUU1 I iM In ! J UUUli Hint .""UitV-l- he bony nap nrparemi. mm in me nem a week 3r m re. it va Mt.sem'crd oy new npfinlnufnu & .nith Adainr oloo n Urnnd. Vlv e nothinu on the i-sons to aid in Identlucntlon out tno Ueti rnn'.ilnetl thre lolmcco pouches, non iilr tni? tun, nnothor a caUo of soap i IIIII lllll'l IIMMl Lir, I I1C piiv lrn iii.kj he round n -ar tho nody wna an old tv vp ttiiiwn in nnvna nav ivnrVurl fnr illfforrnl tifvnn 1 hiro on visit to the town. Hp hid no home wa 5 of a roviniy disposition. Two 1 ni.lnrr,l.iu It. PhnnVilva All CO pie iia iiau im vii wuiiviiiu its ti uiici that Uver f11 in with a party of Puns n parlr a thousand of whom arf ... n,M,,U,. In V.tiM.ll.m. 4 I, a r.lA(n red end of the leather guard was still hed to his vest. FOUND DEAD IN BUGGY. ,T. Kelly, Slimr Tlrlvcr from AVultm N A H tit W Z tf Hti iJ re norvo dispases. and tinls 1 1 f 1 I i A ! f 1 1 A A J A . . . 1 " A 1 ,ivp snmerr mtr in srrp im nen nt hnild thrm hark In lirnlth. r i vi 1 1 nc KiiernriTiitn .v Annua i I 1 . . 1 T 1 IT1 11 I l ti r I r Ct fnfl r"T nrtll P t 1A o 1 ..1 prvs. relieves T ir nrvn k n e n O 1 cat. j- uMsiciii uuc hciuuni "I was taktn with enllontlo. nts hnt crew worse cverv dnv. nnrt at Inst mi srni wnrsp. a v rn t nfr ipnrn nr nrl T.tvaf PIUu T liort In Iron ' n w qohcm until I Deiran to reel better. t AflL' 1 tm tns nnd I r aiika.I ma Tli WfiTiri T n tno I ntn mrnrt It j uimiii, t4iii icvi LiiiiL (ll It. F. D. No. 2, JJostoa, Ua. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold bv vonr drunglst. who will nuaranteo that the imIII rnfiinH vnnp mnn.u ..... ...V... Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind PPPQflTA I?inFT5 STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE NORTHERN SUPPLY CO. MILLERS' AGENTS, in nj.jft;'!0', v i, I.VU f)lalniii' Ttlrplinn BJt. CiiUKliOTA ' ' STANDARD OF EX0ELLEN01 HOW DEBILITY SHOW AND WHY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS ARE A SPECIFIC FOR IT. A Case In Watsrtown In Which a Palo, Weak Girl waa Made Strong And Wall. Tho symptoms of general debility vrtvy according to the cnuso but woukiickH is nlwnys jiresunl, n tnmloucy to purspiro nnii Xntlfxuo easily, ringing in the curs, sometimes bluett spots passing before; the oyes, weak buck, vertigo, wakeful ness cnusoil by inability to stop thinking, mid uiirofiesliiiif; sleep. The cause of the trouble may bo some drain on tho system or it may bo nicutal or physical overwork, sometimes insufficient nutri tion duo to digestive disturbance. In tho latter cu-o thuro in generally a loss of appotito mid a coated tonguo an well as general languor and debility. Miss Lulu M. riiitzjrer, a stenographer, living nt 71 MilUtro(!t,Watcrtown,N.Y., suffered for over a year from general debility. "It was can bed by ovorsttuly," hho says, "and I had no nmbitiou, didn't want to go anywhere, my food didn't taste good, I wa- run down, llfuless nnii listless. I tool; nicrliomes but they failed to help me. finally friends recom mended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to my mother and slip got some for mo. I took them for some tlnio and was entirely rured and have had no return of the trouble" Tho mother, Mrs. Georgo Mctzger, N also cnthushiKtifi in her prni.so of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and mys that they are her favorlio family remedy. Dr.Williauih' Pink Pills cine debility beauise they actu.-.lly make new, red, rich blood, and as the bl.tod narrio-' nourishment t i all thoorgnusRudtissiu if tholmilv, nerves as well as muscles, lie new blood wiiuuiiiU's tho organs to In the work that naturo expects of them md normal health follows. As tlu 'tonuicli is roii&d up, imligehtion ilisnp ip.'irs and greufr iioiirisliment; is de lved from tho food. The nerves aro re .itjlized an.t lpfres-hitiK sleep is ch ained. Not onlv is this tonic treatment iilllcient to cure deliility but many evere iliwn iters of tho blond and norvi iiivo yielded ti its rurivtivo action. '. esh air, ,-ufiii . nt exetoi-o anl Hum hing food fi'KHly assii-t the pills ir Teetlng cuics in all casns of debility. Tho pills ale M!d by all druggists, or ill bos-rnt pusipaid, on teceipt of prici ) cents per bo". ms boxes .i'J.50, by tin )r. WilliaiuM Midicino Co, Scheneu ly, X. Y. Send for free diet book. fcmnil (lend In his btiKcy, and hail nppar ur.tly lieon dead but n Miort tlnio when the body whs deovned. lie mada his trip to Mctiti'cller on Tuesday In hi? usuil health und was cxpectltiR to drive here tn-day. Jlr. Kolty was 4S years old and was- a prominent citizen of Waltsflelil. lie w-ns a member of Waltslield lodpp of Odd Tellows and Alhambra Kncampment of Waterlmry. He Is survlvoil by a wife, live sons and two datiRhter?. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon arl fiom his late home In Waltsfleld. TO DEVELOP MARIUjK Ql'AHnV. Ituthind, Nov. ?. Henry H. Brnn chaud. a railway mall clerk, who has run many years between IlurllnRlon and Ho!ton, has movrd his family to uranoon 10 nevnio sucn urne ns ins Kovernment duties will allow to de- veloplnp supposed valuable mnrble P-operiy on ine inrm or .Mrs. uran- ennun s cousin, l-j, ai. liacuanu. i nero are two places on the farm- where mar ble crops to the surface and It Is be lieved that the property contains the, same excellent grade of white marble quarried at Proctor. Mr. Branchaud will pass the next two weeks In mak ing borings under tne advice of hintc GeoloKlst G. H. Perkins. LlQt'OR SELLER I- iNED 50O. Montueller, Nov. fl. a. Arlllo, whose house on Barro street was searched or the evening of November 1 and a quantity of Intoxicating liquor seized, pleaded Rullly In city court to-day to keeplni; Intoxicat ing liquor wth Intent to sell nnd was lined KW with costs of 125. The respetrient set tled and was discharged from curtody. RANGER SPEAKS IN RL'TLAND. Rutland, Nov. S. The Hon. Walter K. Ranger, State superintendent of schools in Rhoda Island, fortnorly of Vermont, addressed the treachers In the Rutland public schools to-day, urging especially the cooporatlon of teacher and parents He said that tho home is becoming Ignored too much by the school. In partnership with parents the teachers ate responsible for tho citizenship of the next generation. DISTRICT MEBTINQ O. E. S. Newport, Nov. S. The annual convoca tion of the seventh district Ordei Eastern Star, was held with the Lakeside chapter, No. 27, in Masonic hall to-mglit. The chapter was opened In form by Orient Lodge, No. 13, of Barton, Mrs. Helen Royston, W. M. Degrees were confen ed upon two candidates by lakeside Chap ter, No, 27, Mrs. Katherlnc S. Wright, W. M. Work was reviewed by Mis. Ruby C. Hawley, G. I, after wn.1i a bount eous banquet was served from six to eight o'clock, followed by a reel tit 1 nnd entertainment. Tho grand officers present wero: Carl R. Storrs, G. II.; Mrs. Lima Miller, G. M. ; Mrs. Ruby C. Hawley, o. L.i and A. D. Beebe, D. G. P.; and Miss Kuthoiine Randall, D. G. M. The chapters in this district are: Orient, No. ID, of Barton; North Star, No. 23, of Island Pond; Like side. No. 27, of Newport; McKlnley, No. 4e, of Craftsbury, Intervale, No. 61, of Barton landing; Colton, No. CO, of Iras burgh. DEATH OF MRS. BRADFORD. Bennington, Nov. 8. Mrs. Elennor Abbott Bradford, widow of the lato Henery E, Bradford, founder of tho Bradford Knitting company, died at her home on East Main street this morn ing, aged 86 years. Mrs, Bradford was married to Mr. Bradford In Mlllhury. Mass., November S, 1849. Her parents wero then HvInK In Worcester. They soon came to Ben nington to reside nnd for about R2 years Mrs. Bradford has resided in this village, The care nnd interest that she took In those Injured nnd beroaved in tho great accident nt the If, E. Bradford & Co. mill over 30 years ago enn never bo forgotten by those who remember It. Mr. Bradford died April in, 1878. She waa the mother of seven child ren of whom the following are llvltiK, all residents of this village except one.; William Henry, Edward Walling, Llz- zlo May, wife of Chester J, Reynolds of South Bend, Ind., and Emma Amelia, wife of Charles H. Dewey. She hIho leaves a sister, Mrs. John V. Carney, and a brother, L. Y. Abbott, both of this village. If the Dnby la Cuttluic Trrlh Be sure and use that old and well-trted remedy, Mrs. Wlnslow'n Soothing Hy nips for children teething. It soothes the child, softens tlm gums, allays all puln, cures wind colic and Is tli best lemedy for Diarrhoea. Xwuiay-(lv iKUts a bottle. GONE TO SEE TIE DITCH. President Roosevelt Left Wash ington Thursday for Trip to Panama. FOUR DAYS ON ISTHMUS. Will Mnkr Sinn- Ttnn nrroxq the l.nnd In Innprel (lie Cnnnl Work Will l.rBVc .Sunday, Mux. IK, for a Trip In I'orfn llli-n Will lie lilvcn Itceetillon. Washington, Nov. S. "Clood bye, 1 am RoIiik down to see how the ditch la Kottlns hIoiib:." shouted President Iloosevclt as he stood on the after starboard declc of the yacht Mayflower at the Washington navy yard, ns the vessel whs leaving: the dock with the President for his Panama trip. Accompanying thr Pij'sldent were Mrs. Iloouevelt and her mnld, HurKfon General ltlxey, of the navy, and M. 0. I.atta, a secretary. The Mayflower will take the party to Wolf Trap I.lBht at the mouth of the Hnppahannoc river In Chrspeake bay, where a transfer will be made to the battleship Louisiana which Is to con vey the President to and from the Isthmus. President and Mrs. Roosevelt arrived at thi! navy yard shortly before four o'clock where they were met by Sec retary Loeb, Captain Lcntze, the com mandant of the yard and Captain A. 'J'. LiiK of the Mayflower. A company of marines and a detach ment of tailors were drawn about the wharf as the piesldentnl carrlnno ar rived, a welcome was sounded from the bugler aboard the ship and from a drum mer in the marine ranks. For a few min utes the Piesldont and Mrs. Roosevelt chatted with the naval officials on the wharf and then as tho band aboard the ship played "Star SpanKled Banner," anil biiKle founded another weleomo they walked down the gannplank aboard the vessel and the trip to Panama was bc Kiui. As the vessel started President Rootcvell appeared on deck and shouted a Kood bye to the crowd which had as sembled, lie appealed to be In partic ulaily good spirit" nd rcinjv'nnl on deck until the vessel was out of slirht. As the ship passed the lower end of the navy yard a pirtinK President's salute of :i puns was lired. The Louisiana will lie convoyed to and from this Isthmus by the armored cruis ers Tennessee anil Washington. Aboard the I.oulsnni Is Lieut. Frank Evans, who will utilize a wireless telegraph ap paiatus for communication with the White House at AViishniKton. The President will spend four days on the Isthmus. He will arrive at Colon Thursday, November 15. where he Is to be sreeted aboard ship bv President Amador of Panama nnd Mrs. Amador, Chairman Shunts and other officials of tllc cnn;ll commission. A considerable portion of that day will be spent at LaUoe.-i and Alteon, the train making a slow run ac...s the Isthmus in order to give an opportunity to see the sights nnd make an examination of the work. At IiUoca there Is to be an Inspection of the present terminals of the old French canal nnd the Pannma rail road, following which there will will be a trip to neirby Islands where the Pies), dent Is to be hown the proposed actual Pacific end of the canal In deep water ,and Its approaches. In the afternoon there Is to be n sltfht seeing trip nrntind lAncon hill. At Aneon the iHy Is to be jmade a "fiesta" with the town decorated and Illuminated. The President nrd party are to be driven In carriages through the principal streets, accompinled by an es cort on horseback. An addrets will be made by President Amador and a re sponse by President Roosevelt. In the evening the President and Mrs. Roose velt nnd others are expected to dine with Prisldent and Mrs. Anndnr at the Presldencla. This probably will be the ""W Um". "." tl,p l"hmu when the Pre dent w'll lenve the jurisdiction of tho United States. The pioprnrrmo for Friday and Sat urday contemplates n visit to and In spection of nil points of interest on the Isthmus Including thr Culebri cut, lib slto of the proposed dam ami locks at Gatun and the present and proposed termlnnls of the railroad and canal at Cristobal. Sunday will be spent quietly on the Isthmus and In the evening the party will board tne Louisiana for Sao Juan Porto Rico, where the vessel Is sched uled to arrive Thursday morning, No vember 22. At San Junn elaborate preparations hnve been made for the reception. Tho party will remain there one dny, leaving Frldny, November 2:1 for Wabhlngton. When the Louisiana reaches Wolf Trap Light the party will bo transferred to tho Mayflower and proceed to Washington, where the ves- sel Is scheduled to arrive Tuesdny evening, November 2". ABOIT HER FRIEND. John What a plain, common-sense girl Alice Is! Ethel (coldly) She Is unquestionably plain. Illustrated Bits. The rrest srmy of Com mercial Travelers think the be6t "idt line," for their own use, Is a box of OHENCK'B MANDRAKE PILLS They cure Bllioutoess, I.irer Complaint, Indite, tlon, Conntlpstlon, 0ck Headache, Jaundice, Heartburn, Flatulency Malnrii.etc, In uie over Seventy years "liven the Liver." irlth AohAOf k'i Miodrtkt l'tlll. n1 joii'II IVcl .U. iMk U. IB WKI.I. 1'urtl; VcUblt. AUUtacl; lUrisbii. Yot SrIii Knrjwhcre. 13 Mitt ft R&x, er by loill. Dr. J. H. Schenck & Son, Philadelphia, Fa. nin nmi v a uiu uiili n 1 1 a i r nAV'c imnni nHLr uhi o wuirn (Conllnned frnm tntli pnge.) relating to the wearing of badges of patriotic and secret societies, by those not entitled to. To general. ir. f,15 By Mr. Bailey of Essex, to nx tho pay of the Btato geologist and curator. Provides Jfi a day nnd ne cessary expenses. Joint committee on State nnd court expenses. 11. SIC By Mr. Robinson of Berlin, prohibiting tho rebating of Insurance premiums. Joint commluee on insur ance, If. B17 By Mr. Dowart of St. Albans city, incorporating the Sheldon Poor House association. To corporations. H. MS By Mr. Gibson of Brattluboro, to permit tho Brattleboro Masonic Building association to 'ssuo bonds. To corpora tions, H, M! By Mr. Mnlono of Fair Haven, (by request,) to prohibit the catching or taking of black b.iss In Glen lake. To Joint committee on IWh and game. H. 620-By Mr. Sotile of Alburgh, relat Ing to creameries and tho management of same. (Provides for monthly returns to e-ich patron of such creamery, statement of dealings with test.) to agriculture. H. 621 By Mr. Gross of BniWnlngton, (bv request,) relating to traffic in In toxicating liquor, (Eliminates licenses of the second class.) To Joint committee on temperance. H. 622 By Mr. Scott of Brandon, to pay L. J. Cahee, tho sum therein mimed. To claims. H. 623 By Mr. Turnbull of Barton, re latlng to the officers of the village of Barton. To municipal corporations. PETITIONS. From Mr. Moore of Plymouth for repeal or nmendmen't of present law protecting deer. To Joint committee on game and fisheries. Mr. Alexander of Georgia for the com mlttee on election reported on the retnonstnnce of Joseph Auld of Burlington against seating Representative C. D. Graton. The nceompanylng resolution declaring Mr. Graton entitled to a seat In the House was unanimously adopted. H. 67 To incorporate the Burlington Brewery company proved to be a foot ball this morning. An attempt was made to withdraw It from the committee on corporations and refer II to the committee, on public health, also to the judiciary committee, but both were voted down. PETITION Mr. Harris of Landgrnve presented a petition praying for drat'c legislation against running of automobiles. To gen eral committee. HILLS KILLED. H. 3.12 Action on joint contracts. H. 5KI Requiring license for dealers In evergreen trees. II, 401 Relating to discharge of per sonal property attachments. H. V'?, -Providing for the discharge of reil estate attachments. II. 40i Appointment of assistant town clerks. H. 411 Relating to time of holding town meetlnc. ' H. 27C. Furnishing office supplies to State officers. H. 3ni Fitrnihlng supplies and books for schools. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. II. 216 Repairs Adiilsor "innty jail. H. 141 Relating to th- public schools. Provides for dally Instruction In music, phvsleal culture,' drawli.g, etc. H. 136 Relating to quadrennial appraisal of real estate. SPECIAL ORDER. H. 233 To prevent trespassing on rail roads. Mr. Hulburd of Hyde IVirk op posed the bill, It is paternalism with a engeance. It sweeps away vested rights. Mr. Jackson -f Barro city favored the bill, it l.s Intended to protect human life. If that. Is paternall.-m give us more of It. We have no right t" make a public high way of a railroad track. Mr. Shlpman of Westminster believed the bill would abridge the rights and pilv- th-t;es of many people. Mr. Fllnn of Springfield said tho only path to walk on in Springfield Is the tra-k of the Springfield electric railroad. He opposed the bill. i Mr. Rleker of Groton favored nnd Mr. Nichols of Richmond opposed because of local conditions In his town. Mr. Brown of Powiul opposed as did Mr. Soule of Alburgh because It would Inconvenience workmen. Mr. Layden of Jericho believed it is time for the traveling public to have some place beside thn railroad tracks for a highway. Mr. Ixttham of Milton argued that the bill Is unnecessary. Mr. Blmw of Maiden thought wo ought to close this gate against ilunjer and fa vored the bill. Mr. Malono of Fair Haven thought legls tlon of this kind will not remedy existing danger on railroads. Mr. Griffith of Poultney bald conditions in his town led him to oppose the bill. In its present sliape It is objectionable. Tho third mailing o. the bill was refused by a standing vote of 92 to 47. RECONSIDERED. H. 392 Relating to evergreti i trees. Mr. Richer of Groton deprecated tho shipping of trees without tho State. Mr. Clark of Newhurv wanted the trees protected. Mr Hatch of Strafford, Mr. Carpenter of Huntington, Mr. Dowart of St. Albans spoke In favor of the bill. Mr. Sonter ex plaintiff tho bid ns he understood it, Mr. Pierce of Hard wick moved that it be ro committed to tho judiciary committee and It was .so ordered. On motion of Mr. Alexander of Georgia the House axljourned. EVENING SESSION. READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED. H. 273 Relating to reports of births nnd deaths. H. 2S1 To regulatn tho running of power boats, H, 310 Relating to pi escrvatlon of the public health. IT. 379 To provido for the discharge of IK-rbuns on probation. 11, 249 Relating to the Rutland and Montpeller Railroad company. H, 326 To nmend act incorporating Norwich University. H. 333 To amend act Incorporating tho Shorehnm Telephone & Telegraph Co. IS, 834 Relating to the Brattleboro Home for the age and dlsnbled. H. 360 Relating to tho Capital Savings Bank & Trusf company of Montpeller. H. 406 Relating to trustees of tho village of Sprlnglleld. H. 34 Providing for the extermination of the Han Jose scalo and the brown tall moths. THIRD READING ORDERED. H. 24S- Routing to qualification votors at annual meetings. of H, OT-Rtlating to Norwich Univer sity. IT. 337 Relating to rents of public rights In tuwn of East Montpeller. II. SO) RelaUns to milk. II. 374-Rolatlng to publication of Ver The Red 46 Dry Goods Store A Tremendous Garment Sale of Extraordinary Interest at THE RED 46. The most surprising values ever offered in a special sale A Mammoth Purchase of two Manu facturer's Stocks of Ladies' Suits and Coats at almost Half. All this Season's most desirable Garments. All well made of Reliable Materials. Ladies'' Stylish Coats In every instance iic curatolv cut and beauti fully tailored. The mute rials are the rich fall mix tures that, are in high fa vor. Nothinp in appear ance or durability has been sacrificed to the low prices and that for a very crood reason. They were cut and finished to sell for almost double these prices. AT $8.98 THE VERY NEWEST SHORT COAT SUIT. Styles in the rich au tumn mixture of trrny. Coats all Sntin-liucd with the latest style skirts. iVolhintr handsomer shown special price for under $15. OurQ QQ this vnlo kJKJ AT $11.98 A LINE OF FINE CHIFFON BROADCLOTHS. Suits in Black and Blue, also fancy Scotch Suitings so complete and attractive that the most critioal taste should be satisfied. Made of -7-in. jackets. Some with notch collars, newest sleeve and cuffs, jackets all lined with guaranteed satin. The skirts in the modish plaited desisrns. Values up to $20.00. !j For this occasion Car or Boat Fare Allowed on $10.00 or Over. mont reports. APPROVED BV THE GOVERNOR. H. 42 Am act to provide tor better local superintendence of the public schools, and to repeal Bectlous U22, 23, C24 und 6J6 of ! the Vermont statutes. H, 6S An act to amend section C) of number 116 of the acts of 194, relating to search and seizure proceedings. . 11, 124 An act to repeal chapter 173 of the Vermont statute, entitled banks of circulation, discount and deposit, and all amendments thereto. H. 141 An act to inoorpoiiito the North Rupert Cemetery association. H. 143 An act to legalize tho quadren nial appraisal of the town of Walden for the year 1906. . H. 147 An act to legallio the quadrennial appraisal of the town of Lemlngton for the year 1900 and the grand list for tho year 19W. H. 160 An act to amend section 662 of the Vermont statutes as amended by sec tion 3 of No. 30 of the acts of 1S98, sectloo S of No. 25 of tho acts of 1902 and soctlon 1 of No. 35 of the acts of 1904, relating to public Instruction. II. 16J An act to legalize tho grand list of the town of Sheffield. H. 1X6 An act to Incorporate the Calvary Church Cemetery association of Rost Berkshire. 11, 220 An act to legalize the quadren nial appraisal of the town of Elmore for the year 1.900, and tho grand lists of such town for the yaars 1906 and 1906. H, 224 An act to amend section 3 of No. 253 of the acts of lW.', entitled "an uct to lnoorpora-to the Berkshire cemetery' association." Ordered to lie. 11. 312 Relating to tho form of ballots. Made special order for Friday morning at 10:16. i BILLS KILLED. If. ISS To nrovlde for the election of o town superintendent 'of schools. II. 274 To regulate tl running or cars on elootrlo railways (trailers ahead.) H. 318 Relating to appeals from quadrennial appraisal of real estate. On motion of Mr. Rleker of Groton tnc nouso adjourned. WAS SHORT ON MARKET. I.nrgrt Catene Dealer la (lie Country In Flaunclnl Ilirnculty. L'tlca, N, i.. Nov. 9. William D. Grant, tho well known cheese dealer, who has an office in Utlca nnd rosldes In Newport, N. Y., is passlnar through a period of llnan cial difficulty from which he hopes to emerge eventually In u mannor that will be satisfactory to his creditors. Mr. Grant is unquestlotwbly the most extenslvo deal er In cheese In the United States. His business frequently aggregated from 12,- 000,000 to 2,DO0,0O0 for a single season. Mr. Grant saya If he is able to con tinue in buidness ha can pay at least 25 cents on the dollar, In not later than sixty day.. Ha also saya: "My embarrassment la due to the fact that I was short of tho market. I agreed to dellveu cheese at a certain price and could not get the choeso except at llgurcs that left mo a loser." The American Clothing Company 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46 CHURCH ST. BURLINGTON - - VtRMONT LOT 1 48-INCH FANCY CHEVIOT 7 TOURIST COAT AT $4.98. These coats aro be inpr exploited as bar gains by some stores at 8.!)8. That's no reflection on these stores, for the coats are worth it, but we wouldn't have made this record-breakinp purchaso unless we had obtained a deci ded price advantage. Double breasted style, collarless mod el, trimmed with vel vet and braid, fin"! ripple back and new sleeve. Pri ced for this A QQ sale, only "j "J ( FEEtST VERMONT CAVALRY. The 34th Annnnl Meeting- In Montpeller Tne New Officers. Montpelter, Nov. S. Flfty-flvo survivors of tho First Vermont Cavalry aesoclatlon gathered Ui Grand Army hall In this city this livening for thulr 34th annusJ meeting. H. C. Btreator of Brattleboro, president of the association, was In the ehalr. The report of Major 8. H. Wood of Bt. Al bans, the secretary, showed that 13 mem bers have died during tlm past ear. It was voted to hold tho next annual meet ing at Essex Junction tho time to bo tlxod by the executive commltteo and the presi dent. The officers elected for the ensuing year are D. C. Walker of Cambridge, president; S. H. Wood of St. Albans, fecretary and treasurer; E. B. Sawyer of Hyde Park, C. D. Gates and T. S. Peck of Burlington, auditors; H. S, Woods of Essex Junction, Georgo McBrldo and T. S. Peck of Bur lington, executive commltteo. A vice president from each company was elect ed. At six o'clock this evening the ladles of the Brooks Relief Corps terved a banquet to the veterans and this evening a camp fire was held In Grand Army hall, over which retiring President Strentor presided. Mid army songs wero sung and a scoro or more of veterans Including ex-Gov. C. J, Bell of Walden spoko briefly. THE DEACON'S SKELETON. "Who's that man who tried to avoid you and prentonded not to notice you?" "That's one of the deacons in our church." "Does he owe you money'."' "No, but I ran across him in Paris a couple of times." For Emergencies bt Home For the Stock on the Farm Sloaavs Lirvimeivt Is & whole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 1.00 Sand For Free Booklef on Horses, Cattle, Hogs S Pouhry. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass. THE House OF Values The Greatest Coat Purchase 0s;r History Entire manufacturer's stock on sale at a saving of ALMOST ONE - HALF. LOT 2 50-INCH TOURIST COATS AT $6.98. Made of mannish Gray Mixtures, Black Chev iots and Ca.stor Kerseys, possessing that refined appearance and swing that makes the tourist coat so popular. Tnlaid collars of Oray, Green, Black Velvet. Some trimmed with silk braid. Newest cuffs. Sizes 32 to 44, t fa QQ ten dollar values, for ?J.JJ LOT 3 FINEST- BLACK AND CASTOR KER SEY COATS AT $9.98. These are o0 inches long and finished in every way creditable to $10.00 garments. Trimmed with inlaid velvet and Hercules Braid. Yoke and' sleeves lined with guaranteed satin. While they last. jj Here you'll find the styles you oug'ht to buy and you'll find that this is the place to buy them. The Red 46 Dept. Stores. 38-40-42-44 and 46 Church St.. Burlington, - Vermont. Purchases of MRS. ESTHER DAMON DEAD. Was Last Snrvlvlna; Widow of n Itrvo. lutlonnry ."oldler Aided l,y a. A. U. Rutland, Nov. 11. Mrs. Kuthcr Da mon, the last surviving- widow of a Revblutlonary war soldier, died to-day at her homo In Plymouth I'lilon, lined 92 years. She had been In poor health . and straighten t-d clrcumntanei's for' some time but had for tho last two years had every caro hh the result of provision made for her comfort by Pnlestrelo Chapter, Daughters of tho Amrelcna Revolution of Walllngford. ' Tho chapter was Instrumental In get- ting a bill through the Legislature of 1904 expropriating- $200 for Mrs. Da mon's sunport and other chapters In the State n: jho request of the Wn.1 llngford ladles hnd been giving $1 month toward tho elderly woman'.1 support. Two years ago Mrs. J. It, Ruff urn ana. Mrs. A. I. Mtickcnale of WnlUngforilj called upon the part of the chapter tr make her comfortable for the rest of her life. Mrs. Damon was nxule ,i mem- i ber of Palestrolo chapter being eligi ble through her grandfather, William Thompson, who was a revolutionary soldier. Congress was Induced at ths time to double her pension of $12, Noah Damon, husband of the non- i airenarlan, enlisted In Milton, Mass., ' April 19, 1775. He served five years. He was pensioned at the ago of 89 I years while living at Plalnneld. N. H., ' September C, 1 S3C. Esther Sumner and j Noah Damon were married at Bridge water, the man belrg- 75 years old and the woman 21. He died July 2, 1S58 igcl 9U years.