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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS ; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1000.
CITY MS. Cars will stip running to F.than Allen i'i m wiyii'i" . n in i iiJfgrtTiimm-rtrti-&t-tiiiiH'i - r..,.in.,,Mi.kmj,t,i,1,WljUl(,fAVW di-uumKVJGfm&ioi Corner Chnrcli 1'ark ta-iiisnt, after which they will run to InsMtuto road only. VI-H and Bank S(reets The rendition nf most Itov. J 8. Vermoit. MU'h.nM, I 'In of Burlington, continues to Improve, lit! la still at tho Fanny Al lien hospital but walks about tho groituds und visits this city occasionally. KaBUlCCSQIUXnHSSHffiE Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wells will not ipu r.urope mis year, as usual, nut will prohalily visit Florida Instead, Tlicy exj ert to leave Tor the latter nlnco about the last of December. i I- V VJiio. 11, W SLAWBL' Patrick Bengali, who was arraigned before Justice P. O. Web-dor, Saturday, pleaded guilty to vaKrancy and was entenced to not less linn live nor moro than hi.x weeks l:i tho House of Correc tion at Bulla d. News wis received In this -lty yevtor- day of th'- Hidden death frrm pneumonia in New York on Tuculiy of Mrs. Ahbio (!, Lewis, wlf' of the ltev. J. J. Lewis, a summer res lent nt Queen City Park and well Known in "urhnijt.in and vk'nlty. Wal'er ("urn-, nephew of Mrs. C A. (furrow of Main street, who has been 111 for several months and whose cue has puzzled the attending physicians, was operated on at the Mary Hetcher hospital yesterday and found to be suf ferine from chrome nppcndleitK Tho figures for October as co i.pletfd a' the customs house show that during list r i nth goods valued at $719,1-0 were e.st'ortrd through the district of Ver mont The duties collected on goods hu ll ir'e- during tho same period wore $18, 'iO.iC Last yenr the duties collected In October amounted to N.7.071.1.". The sad news w.is recve.l 'vn Tueii- day of the sudden death of the fie.-. I K. Dewhurst at his homo In Chicago 'I lies- Uay forenoon. We nre without ''ntrlllgtn -o of the details of Ills death. Mr. Di wh'lis' was pastor of the Korean Haptlst churen in this city from 1.V0 to KG and was an' 1 Mpiert speaker. Mrs. Timothy Neary died yesterday t her homo In Sliclburno of onlarge ment of the. liver. She Is survived by ii husband and four daughters nnd live sons, the Misses Mary and Hello of ..s city, Nrllle of Richmond, and Kuto of Mlddlebury, nnd John of this city, Kd ward and James of Shclburnc and I'at i leU and Thomas of California. There wa a hearing Saturday ivfter- i n a city court In the uvll suit n M's Clara. Ileal grcn vs. Fred Fns3ott of Mulli urj. Th" ult Is brought to re cover for Jam.iges done to a eloelt. J), i auss-'i of Mlddlebury and A. Si ldmg at thl city anpeared for t'i defendant uul Cowles & Moultou for the plaintiff. Judgment was reserved. The new first class batt'eshW Vvmont iwilch Is now at tho Fore River ship-' arris, will arrive at the Charlestown rruy yard on November 29. The hlg KitiO-ton ship will bo floated Into tho lew drydock on tho following day and er trial In scheduled to take place De cember ?.. The ship mut make 15 knots per hour for the four hour' run In order ,o meet contract requirements. Tho committee which will have -hargo of the erection of the filtration plant has organized with City Kr.gl- neer t. O. Sinclair as chairman and I'rof. J. W. Votey as secretary. Tim other members are Aldermen Meagher, .Utii.iii, illlll Uriel's mid r n'u will bo to make a survey of the land niil uiu i cati till .1. 1 ,m tunwilllie., i j some uay xnis weeK. The injunction against tho defendants In the case of M. F. Kelley, vs. I. N. Phase, and James H, Allen was dissolved Tuesday. Tho suit grows out rf the occupancy of the Kelley farm In Colches ter, an injunction hnvlng been grauttd, during the regular session of court, io- .... . m... , I.. .. . . ... " ... ...... U....IO w, uuilU- Ings. The Injunction was dissolved by tha tiling with the county clerk of the proper bond by H. S. Pock, attorney for the uiuiui. v. v. jiuit.wu lepresentci tile defendants. Miss Emma Thlbnult of North t.trepi died yesterday morning at 5.45 o clock lifter a long Illness with tuberculosis. She was IS years of ago. .She Is ;ur vlved by a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. F. X, Thlbault, nnd two sisters ind two brothers, the Misses Florence Mid Harriet of this city and William or fcchuylervllle, x. y., and Thomas of tVhlto Plains, N. Y. Her father Is now teriously 111 at the Fanny Allen hos pital. The funeral arrangements woro not completed last evening. Mrs. G. H, Holden gave a delightful rn. teptlon Tuesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. G. J. Holden, who, with Captain Holden, Is spending a few weeks In this my. ine two Mrs. Holdens received the tuests and Mrs. F. 11, Parker, Mrs. F. 13. llurgens. Mrs. C. D. Ordway and Mrs. ftobert Noble acted as ushers. Tha Misses Fophlo Van Slcklcn, Madeline Purge.'. Margaret Shar,!ey and Mary Pattrldge as F sterl In the dining room, which was decorated with pink chrysanthemum-,. Thf.rn n'n u ciln n ttwtut,!., ..i - .... u u. t,.,,uaiuii ji Vill J .uiunc-' mums, roses and other flowors In thu oth r ! i.Miim 1,1 mo limit. yooui jio lauies were in attendance. DEATH OF J. A. BROWN. Vt'ell-KntMTii I.mryrr n Vlrtlni nf Kia- ney Troubtr. James A. Urown died at his home, 192 South Union street, last evening at 10-40 oclock. Although his health had been poor for several months, be cause of a kidney trouble, ho was ahla to b about until ten days ago, Yes terday he felt much better and In tho nfternoon wont out for n drive. Khort ly after ten o'clock InBt evening ho haj ft severe coughing spell and died In n few minutes. Mr. Ilrown was born In Gran,i ii. In 1840 and entered tho University of Vprrnfinl from Kmirh ITarn ....t. - . BinuuKiiu In 1SB3. Three years later h was ad mitted to the bar and was subserjuent ly State's attorney for Grand Islo county. He represented the town of Grand Ihlo In the legislature of 1SS0, About 18S5 ho moved to Burlington and was a deputy collector of Internal rov enuo for a year or two, He was city attorney In 1893 and again In 1904 nnd 1905. During his last tenure of the office tho board of aldermen hud occa sion to seek his opinion on many mat. ters of Irnportanco to tho city ami those opinions worn Invariably given In vigorous Inngimge. that left no doubt ns to what ho believed. This out spohen manner was, Indood, ono of his elmrnpterlstlrs and ho always had the murage of his convictions. Ha wuh a democrat In polities nnd active In tho affairs of his rrty. Mr. Ilrown Is survived bv ,ir three daughters, Mrs. I.uey Roberts, Mlsi Augusta Brown and Miss Fannie Urown. The funeral arrangements had not ltei'll COmtllMpil 1nt f,lnl. s . ... . ,,,nllM 1 I -ISk ml JH iL pIL Jl jL liar' H M M Happy Furniture Time has arrived for you. It is a time for thanksgiving and i great time for buying. Now, more than at any previous time in our history, are we offering special bargains in lugn-graae furniture. We regrel that we cannot go more into detail and extend the information in this advertisement to all our departments. The best we can do is to give you an idea of the saving you can make if you visit us at this time and take advantage of the rmnv great bargains we have created. And is there a better time to purchase furniture than at Thanksgiving? Then the heart should be glad thankful. A brightening of the home with a fresh piece of Furniture, a Carpet, Curtains, a Rug is something really fitting this Thanksgiving time. Come now and we assure you the very nrticle you have been contemplating purchasing h here for you and here at less money tha i you can possibly buy the same quality and grade for elsewhere. May your Thanksgiving time be happy and may you have occasion to rejoice over the gratifying purchase you have made at the Largest Furniture Store in Vermont. It you can not come yourself send your order by mail. ! In Pining T.Jilr our dls: lay was never so large or so 'nr. J,rt in' gw yon iiiH- lllustrullon. A Golden Ouk pedestal i.e. Ilulrc! pillar, n liinn Htrlking and handsome JeMiyn. Never s.ild und'ir $1 C.r.ri. nur Thni.UsidvIng prlco Hnndsome Goldi n ".ik H' K Pining Chnlrs tho kind that you will always r,lt in with c:. fort und bo proud "f. Former price S'J.CO. TbanhMBP 1: ;r yrlco V.'e want ,yo)t te i..e sure nnd look at our handsome dis play of Mlasiuil JfuiTj'ture In Plnlnif Tables, Tiiborr-ttr., Cut!c Tiioe. I.lbj-.u-y j..b':.s and many other useful and blgli-grado lartlc'es of f 1.1 ntuuv. We knew we state convctly when we say that our Mb inn Pur::!ture display is tho handsomest ever shown in Venn nt. In brief lot us say to you that we "arry mora Mattlnga than any housr. north nf Albany, Here are three e arlos of what an bo found In our Immense stock: China Mattings, imported by us (1 vect fiom Hong Kong. These Matting ate heavy grade Jolntless. IVr yar I 17'ic. Our Thanksgiving trice, by the roll of 40 yds., per yard 15c Heaviest China Malting. po-.ndi to the yard. Fancy plaids and five '... Per yard 35c. By tho roll of 40 vn.-J Per yard Hire Japanese Matting. tho flnrat product of the matting mil.ers' art Sewn, padding Unlns f urni.-hed. p yard 75c Wo cai.not begin to d' scribe to oti our bnnd-omr ills play of Morris Chairs. 'Never has tin re bun shown In Vermont such a vailed display. W- cannot nicnllon tluni In detail. The best we can do la to give two Items. For exnin"lo let us take a Goal, u Quartcrr a Oal: Mor ris Chair with f;ood hair cu 'hie is This I'u.ir we n' have In ira lioijn ny. They are u tyie pattern furnlsh'-d with good Pair itsI mns ind iilford solid comfort to the 'ier. In j rice they i ting ind afford solid comfort to the from . 8 a' Mission Morris Chairs, Imdfonn and cri-ifm t-ibl... fur nished with leather laced b-tg eu-.i n-- -a s'ibsinntial piece of f jrnlturo for any house. Price rai rics fuur. --..--iv,-!, ... .ACTriV "vAtfj 1' t-1,' i Wit--3 , I.J. ; 3 ft chamber Sots. Z pi-ens, In Gi Idiiu Oak. Curly Birch, Birds Eyo Maple. T!i-' nksg! mg j.iices ranee from i ! to J "in- m 1 itejjL ( 8 :t fifth Wo cannot cay v.hat we would lilce to in this space regarding; our Carpet Department. We can only mention a few items. But we wish to impress upon you the fact that you can buy here and save monej on every purchase. A 3-ply Ingrain Carpet, every bit o' 'olor wool; very heavy nnd r-s jeclnlb i,ood for bed rooms. Former p"lce ute :d Thanksgiving price, ready to lay 47 l-2c ,r -. . Best nil wool Ingrain Carpet, the best Carpet nf the kind that money will buy. Beady to lay 73c a yd. Thanks giving price 1 65c Reversible Tapestry Carpets, In mnt t ed Racts for ball aim stair. Fonnei I rice 00c per yd. Thanksgiving price 45c Your choice of the best A.tmlnster ".oxbury Tapestry or Velvet Carpets hat havo sold for $1.15 to $1.23 a yd an now be had nt the. Thanksgiving ,'Hce of- $1.00 Savonncrle nnd Blgelow A.xmlnter "arpcts. Oriental and Floral pntt- rns. Regular prlco II. io a yd. Thanksgn .ng price $1.25 Our Rug Department is an at traction that will interest you. Moiiuette Bugs, Floral pattorni, pa-, el coloring, size. 27v1flln thu popnl i small rug, and alvrnvs hn.-idy any room Regular price $2.lS. Tluinkstiv ing price ' $1.79 Xear r.rus"l3 Art Tings, tl-e. kind ,- A m advertised In all the mugaidlnr s, m-i 'hey aiu cheaper wllh us and tb' ar. ut to your home with express, p.j.. ri.o prices are: ' ft. by f, t j, n !. ft. by 7 ft. fi in a ., ' ft. by i ft i. , , 9 ft. by 10 ft. r; i ( -.n 3 ft. by 12 ft r , Axmluster Ilugs, 3 ft. 3 in by 10 f C In., sonmlc;., and a largo and be nt l'ul as ortment to unnoso from. Far mer il"t. 23. 'J'hanksgivlnc prle. $20.00 Fmyrn- B'lgs. in e,-,rp t. sles, b sides ju-t alike, blze 9 ft. by U Pot ji price 32.",. Thansgi ,-ng ; r.e iti..tffip:' ; tun a t ixir- v mm "'.TT'. , tir.nti,.. 'II 1 1 i ' i It Is always with pride that we refer to our Prupery Section. Hero Is where we make Bed Sets the fushioilablu fad of tho day. We create them in Muslin, Art Ticking and Taffeta. A Bed .Set with Bureau, Dresser and Curtains to match make a room n dream. Wo make them all. Prices, for the room complete, varv iccordlng to material. As low as $3 and as high as 10O. Handsome patterns In Imported Irish Point Curtains and an Immense stock with many varieties to ebnoso from. These Curtains per pair, range In prlco from SI 98 to $7.50 The Cluny Hand-made Curtains hnvc an enviable reputation of 20 years' stand ing. They are of pure linen lace nnd Im ported net. They range In price from S2.50 up o $15. 00 per pair. Muslin nnd Nottingham Curtains, an Immense stock, ns low as 2D cents tho pair up to tl.21. We introducr our V, ' -tress department bv pre renting thai pi" , -less . -er. The i -,termm,r por this nutttre!."! w.. urn -.,,1,. agents In th' etb.n. Tl price Is found in l-,e I. lustration. This Is tho price If you were to order of tlv makers, -Ve ,.-., te, r at your door, Having .win tho freight, for the s'iw price. Wc make n Sou h mer Icnn sterllzed hair Mattreis that has won great fuvor with every pur' h. i r Ti.'s mattress Is bul't ipnn honor. It contains only tha best of materials. Tun workmanship Is the bst When you cull ask to sen them. The regular prlea Is $22. Our Thanksgiving price Is S18.50 The Challengo Silk Floss Mattress, In art ticks and all shades. Indian cotton fiber with all oil and Im purities removed. Ik great value for tho money. Itcgular prlco Is $15. Our Thanksgiving prlco Is $13.50 Wo havo a Inrgo lino of Cotton Felt Mattresses, tho quality of every ono being guaranteed, that range In price from $8 to $20 !3ssCTis'i:jo;iiLariscKiM.rai .... ...T.Tfu- PLOOP CLAIMS DAMAGES. SeekH to lleeover 93,000 from Ovfiier of I'lllllllln'ri UlMliil. The suit of Sylvester A. Ploot of Bur lington vs. Henry W. Putnam of New York, who owns a summer homo on Putnam's Island In Charlotte nbout n quarter of a mile from the lakn shore, was filed In Chittenden county court yesterday. Tho suit Is ono for dam ages of $3,000, the plaintiff's clnlm be ing that Injuries to that amount worn sustained In consequence of tho loosing of a hawser which let the plaintiff's boat with Its passengers drift ngulnst melts In Iil:o champlaln, The ullegatloiiK aro that on Novem ber 13, 1 M0 1, the plaintiff, his wife, tlnlr two snrill children, Mi', and Mrs. dcorge Boot mid their baby sot out from Ball's bay In Ferrlsburgh for Wlllb. boro, N. V. About dusk a squull aroso and drove, the sloop, which was of nbout 30 tons burden, northeastward and thnt as a last resort to savo them selves und tho boat fioni what soomod certain destruction, the sloop was with great dllllculty steered towar4 nhe wharf off 1'utnnm's Inland. Plsrinbarkli's In a small boat, Mr i I 1 it p I SI Ploof mndi' for too wharf and mado fast one end of a hawsor t iv post there, Ho returned to the boat mado fast thri other end of tin hawser and was drawing tho sloop toward tho post when Albert Williams, caretaker und agent for .Mr, Putnam, camo down to tho wharf and In spite of Mr. Ploof's warnings and protestations cast oft tho hawser from tho post. Thri sloop In consequence drifted be fore n terrlflo wind upon tho rooks ly ing on tho eastern shorn of the lnko about half a mllo from tho whnrf. Tho occupants woro drenched nnd came near drowning in disembarking nnd 'tho sloop was rendered worthless, 1 while the plaintiff also lost 194 bush els of potatoes, n barrel of Hour, llvo barrels of apples, n trunk of clothing, a coll of rope, n quantity of plank and other articles of value whllo In tho loss of tho sloop ho lost his homo He and his family endured great want nnd privation, especlully during the follow lug winter, and were In consequonco reduced to poverty nnd forced to obinln nld from charity. Attachment on tho iBlnnd hns been mado by Constnlilo H. T. Kdgertnu of Charlotte Tho suit Is rcturnnblo nt the .March term of Chit ton en county court. Martin S. Vilas represents the plaintiff. HOME WEDDING. MUi Caroline Woodbury llrcomri) the Itrldv of Dr. David Mmison. A quiet homo wed.llng took place yes terday morning nt ten o'clock, when Miss Caroline M; Woodbury became the wife of, Dr. David Mnnson, The ceremony was performed by the Bev. Dr. George Y. Bliss, rector of tho St. Paul's Hptscopal Church, at tho home of Mrs, M. P illurrltt, at 133 King street, in tho presence of a wtiall number of relatives nnd friends. Tho parlors wero trlmineu with whlto chrysnnthemoms and nsparngus vines. Tho brldo was attired In a blue tra cling dress nnd carried a largo boquet of violets. Following the ceremoni a wedding breakfast ivn .served. Dr. and Mrs. Mnnson left on the noon I train for a brief weddinr trip, nfter which they will occupy the house al 'PVt South Union strer.t, Th bride Is the dmghtor of Herbert K. Woodbury and has n wide circle of friends. Doctoi .Mnnson Is one of tho most populai 'dentists 0f the city.