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THE BURL TNGrTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1907.
IKE FREIGHT TCH .able Cause of Intercity Wreck. HE TRACK BADLY TORN UP, l.lue drum during Night liy Wreck Trnln o One Injured Muplc Micnr Crop lire tird Onu. Montpe'lo-, April 14 Nine freight ears l 1. ....... .... ,1.1.. ..I 1 Ti... 1.1 t UK I I Mil HI II II, -,.--,.L II I,. I lin ing nrtsjrnger trains over the Montpeller tul Writs H vpi' (vnrks. Ni or was InJutcd and lh? damngo rolling stock was not large. The soft rdltion ' t in toad lied wi probably i causo rr the wreck. Tfco tra"k wm badly torn up for a ishnro c scvei.-il rods. A wreck train S Albans arrived this evening. 11 but thrti- of the derailed ears wcro in Ili-h Jii tin' n ,i J i"-iui- .- )th coal nnd two with merchandise. The nn win no ciearoa ueiore murmnK. A BUMPER SUGAR CROP. I. II.. i 1. ...-.. llnr. Tltnn o Immpor Fisn. both for fjunntUy and .nHlt Mini tVi-, tm-ilnru nl lnf.sn !,-... l.ai ..ctnli rt iiAn Mlfh mnrt Pil ' Ui the fvason iti the fxtromo wst id t-, county - nrarinf?" Ms cIom. tht 41. A 1.111. -I.. -fiut rr,i in iiiiav ;.ml wMl ln Tnnklnc fnr tho next .1 A ,11,1 tVa.t.AA s v 1 o hrftton in runny lorftlltlpi. Tho rmers arc niorr than plrnce. with their Kallon and nn .ivemwe of 2 1-2 cunts eliool lirnRiie. Montpcllrr pnl 14 P.. A. Jlnmll- of Montpeller Seminary, 11. II. sher of Teojle's I'o Hnrold Jones Academy. Morrls of the Montpeller tV. Heath of flod- ru ri lu-ii.y imi i , in. i -uiui,t ternoon In the parlors of the Young th- Intcrjcholastlc Flasket Ball ague of northern Vermont, .J. no re rtv of the seciotary and treasurer rend and adopted nnd It was anlmously voted to contluuo the iKue ti-.i st-at,ii. It was voted to purchase a J2 gold fl sliver loving cup, have It sult- iv inprrlbea finn nresent It to the iit, from Pcmili.'s Ae.artnmv that wnn games and lost none during tho "f season Trams from Montpeller "h school n trllngton high school and Johnsbury Academy were tie,! for "nnd place, each having won and five frames It being too late in season to play off these ties It was rd o let the record stand as It Is. 'd 'laid Seminary won four games d lost s'x during the season nnd ntpfller f-'emlnary won ono and lost ellne (o Itoliirn to Vermont rvltbnut L:trndltlou I'apcre. Imtpcller, April It. Sheriff Frank If. ey returned Katurdny evening ftom fimlnHt.-r, Mass , where he went lost -dii"Mlay In search of Mrs. Agnes Nev tt and febom Gonyea, both of llarre, o eloped from that city two weeks ago J were arrested on a complaint mado by Statf's Attorney Ronjomln Crates, irgjus them wfeh adultery. kinyca left n wife nnd llvo small chll- In Harro and It was his deerted nise wlin Pis entered a complaint to State's attorney. The arrested parties useo to return to Vermont without re Is 'Ion papers and they wc-ro left In -itody of MnftKRchusoltf) officers while erlft Tracy returned to get the neces- documentr, to lay before Governor octor. WOMAiN 1MIOKB PATtOWQ. ir" ?evcrott is the same woman whoss ' oritnue airiet in JMirie was ki 1 Fbnaiy 10 last and a r 1 1 y of wh'skey was secured. At the a n i iiif r i v cu.ri irn. nmm,n e( k II'M o "tin ritfciro of m-lllng ' was flried W and costs. So well did M (i-nlon, her Httornev, peal that woman bo placed on probation be fii of the several sm.tll children who rr dependent upon her, that such a it was reluctantly recommended bv ite s Attorney Gates and Judge Scott nvert the woman to go after who had id tun costs of hor suit, anwuntliitr to t Is expected Gonyea and Mrs. Never wlll he brought back hero In rime to rled at tho piesent term of Washing county court. f i no ton ror.vTY court no INCH. lontpeller, prll 11. Washington ty court took a recess Saturday ' n until two o clock Monday aftor ii The case of Georgo W. Freeman the estate of .1. V, Donovan of thin ly, an appoal from tho commlHsloni In which tho forgery to a slgna ie on a note Is claimed, was taken Saturday morning and occupied tha no of tho court until a recess waa ken. F. I l-.ilrd"nnrt II. C. Hhurtloff peiiieu mr 1110 piainiltt ann uenirr Renter for tho defendant. Nettln W 8m th of this eltv has been anted n divorce from Alfred fr Smith r tieseriion, Mr. ftinun han been out thn State for the past 14 years. Arjiurxi l m.ivjv ijuuuj.jjj. i H lit ui Mereliaiits TlioriMigbly Put tint lit Central Vermont. yard conMnues blocked with cars .uo HJlu attempt was made by tho railroad people to clear the yard out nml 2tM earn woto taken out, but the 5'iiril Immediately filled up and la hs bad no ever, Tho business men ata thnrotiKliI)' disgusted with tho protended service of the Central A'ermont. Practical ly nil Rnston merchandise now conies hero over tho Hopton & Maine nnd the St. JohnKbiiry A lko Olvamplaln road. The service on this route Is excellent, tha time from Hoston of henvy groceries not exceeding four days as ngalmt one month or more from llurllngton. "LET ELECTRICS ALONE. llarre Stone Cutters Will Try in V.x- lend lloyeolt of rtotld. Harrr, April H. A largely attended meeting of tho stone cutters was held this evening In Mllei hall to discuss existing dlfi'lcultlcs between tho labor unions of tho city and the Harro & Montpeller electric railroad citised by tho with drawal of halt-fare, or worklngmcn's tickets on the electric cars. Tho meet. Ing to-night was secret but It Is learned It was voted unanimously to uphold the Action of the mass la.1ior meeting held lu this city a short lime ago at which It was voted to "lot the electric railroad entire ly alone." Committees were appointed to-night to confer with' the Merchants' association nnd the Granite Manufacturers' associa tion to endeavor to secure tho corpora tion of these bodies In a refusal to patrnnlzo th clertrlrs between the two cities. Several speeches were made to night In which the management of the electric road was handled without gloves I but nothing like violent measures were suggested aralnit either the officers, em ploye or eiulnnent. BRAKEMAN'S LONG JUMP. Tlilrj--llvr Feet Into f'linsm Hone by Arnold Woorllmry. Hrattleboro, April 15. Arnold Wood bury, a freight brake-man, was perhap' fatally Injured at the West Itlver bridge last nls'ht at about 0:0 by a mls-step Woodbury was the head brnkemnn ot a lkiston a Maine extra freight train v;hlch pulled out here with orders to go north as far as Dummerston and there side tra.'k to let the passenger train go past. The engineer had bul 15 m'nu.es to nnke ', the distance and after Martini, reallzrd ' that the le.id was ton heny to allow , him to get there In time and s-o decide 1 ' to come back to the local station and sidetrack there Woodbury was ordered , out to flag tho passenger train nnd the freight slarted backward. Woodbury was a new man nn th" road and thought that ns soon as be wis out from the Iron work of the bridge that he wa,s clear of the rham. forgetting the trestle. He lurro"d from the caboose Willi hi' lantern and shot n diMnncc of 3S feet, landing at tho edirn of the river. Trainmen picked him up uneonsrlou, placed him In the cabooe and hrought him to the Memorial hospital here. I'p nn examination there it was found that he had three broken rU. an a Injured spine nnd Internal Injuries. Ills condi tion Is crltloal. TRIED TO END KIS LIFE. C. It. Itleknell of Jericho Center Critical Condition ut Hospital. Jericho Center. April If.. Charles lit It. Hicknell, a young man of this lllage, In a lit of denpondonoy shot himself with a re volver about S:.10 last evening while his wife was attending church service. She found him upon her teturn and Dr. Unp ins was Immediately summoned. He found that the bullet entered the. abdo men, passed through tha stomach and lodged In the Intestines. The doctor coun selled Mr. Rlcknell's removal to tho Mary Fletcher hospital at llurllngton, which waa accomplished during tho night. BIG STATE TAX PAID. ttntlacil nml II. V .'I. Itonils Toe lliu It ark Few no Not. Montpeller. April If. F. II. Deavltt, taxes on State treasurer, received to-day railroad corporations as follows: Hoston & Maine, Sri 'J 41 51; Rutland railroad, J11. 412.29. Phe time for paying such taxes expires at mtd-r.lght to-night, i he state treasur er and State tax commissioner must then under tho new law file with the secretary of State a list of all corporations, In cluding railroads that have not paid their taxes. The list will be small FELL FROM A PRECIPICE. .Martin Duggun's Head rrlslilfully CriiNbeil Heath n MjMnry, Hinsdale. N. II., April U.-Th dead body of Martin Duggan was found yester day afternoon at the foot of a precipice on the road between this town nnd .shuelot. How he met death is a myMery. lie was last sei-n on his way home from hole late Saturday night. His head was trightfully crushed. It Is thought that ho foil over tho precipice and no foul play Is suspected. He was 6fi years old I'NDlvRWIUTKRS ELECT OFFICERS. St. Johnsbury, April l.r. At the annual meeting of the. Northeastern association of Vermont Underwriters, held hero to day, six Individuals or firms In Hurdwlck, I,vndonvlllo and St. Johnsbury were ad mitted to tho association and these officers elected: President, T5. M. Campbell, Eyn- donvllle; vlce-presldemts, Charle.s O. Ura ley, Rt. Johnsibury, and George S. Robin son, Island Pond: secretary, treasurer and special rating committee, C R Hastings, St. Johnshury: rating committee for Or- ango county, F. h. Rrlghnm, Rrndford. and W. iO. Foss, Wells River, for St. Johnshury and vicinity, Crawford Manner, A. n. Noyes; for Hurdwlck and vicinity, M. G. Morse, J, II, Mcloud, for Island Pond nnd vicinity, 0. 8. Robinson, U A, Cobb; for Lyndon and vlnclnlty, Georg'i W. Pierce, D. J. Hlodgett. INCORPORATIONS AT CAPITAL. Montpeller, April 15. The Memphre mngog Yacht club of Newport, with a capital stock of JB.000, filed to-day articles of Incorporation In the offlco of tho secretary of State. The sub scribers are all Newport men. The Vermont Creamery company of Rarton, with a capital stock of 110,000, has also filed articles of adsoclatlon. Thla company will do a general creamery business with headquarters nt llartoti. NATIVE OF BURLINGTON. nuey M, lllrliarilaon Ultd In Man chester, X. If., Sunday, Nancy M wife of tho late Charles V. Richardson, died Sunday In Manchester, N. H., nc"! 69. Mrs. Richardson was born In Rurllnsrton. She Is survived by a daugh ter, Miss Grace P, Richardson of Man chester, and a sister, Mrs. John Perkins of Worcester, Mass, AH SHE SAW IT. "Will you bo mine?" "Ye till wo nro married," "Till wo aio married" "Yes- then you'll bu mine,". I A u dor. .'leveland FURIOUS ITCHII HUMOR ON CHILD Bleeding Sores Covered Hor Whole Body After an Attack of Measles Nursed Every Night for Three Weeks Nothing Helped Her( THEN CUTICURA MAKES COMPLETE CURE IN 5 DAYS "It U In my opinion my duty to join those, who praise tho Cutlcura Remo diea. Aftor mj granddaughter of about botou years nnci been cured of tho measles, she waa attacked about a ond painful erup- tlon all over her I body, especially 1 ineupper partor It. form i n c watcryand bleed ing sores, cspe ciallr under tha arms, of considerable size. She suffered a great deal and for three weeks we nursed her every nlalif, using all tho remedies wo could think of. Nothing would help. W then rumrmbercd having heard no much about Cutlcura rtemedirA. Wn sent for them find after twenty-four hours we noted considerable improvement, and, aftor using only one complote set of the Cutlcura Remedies, In flvo consecutive days the little one, much to our joy, had been entirely cured, and has boen woll for a long time. Mrs. F. Ruefenacht, R. F. D. 3, Dakerafleld, Cal., June 25 and July 20, 1906." HUMOR ON FACE Cured by Cutlcura Remedies No Return in 30 Years. "My son, when a lad of sixteen, was troubled with humor on his face and after using Cutlcura Remedies he waa freed from every humor and has con tinued so to the present time after twenty years have passed. Tour Cutl cura Soap has been used in my family for several yuars and I havo faith in the Cuticura Remedies. A. n. Smith, Marion, Me., Dec. 1, 1005." Comrlet External snd Internil TrMtmeat tar F.rery Humor ot lntants. children, and Ariulti. ron slsia nf Ciitlcnm Snip I2!c 1 1e CImum ta Bfcla, Cutldir Olnlmest I.Mc.) to the Skla, inrt Cut! cur .ItrflolTfnt (5nr , (In the form of Cnocolato Ootted Plll, 2Sc per rial o(efl) to Puntr the blood. 6oU1 Ihmuehout tbe world Potter Drue t Cbeo. Corp . Sle rropi . Boston. M&m a- iuu4 Fru, OotUet ob Bkla Honor. J I DUEL IN THE ORIENT. Remarkable Story Told by A New York Tourist. llcc.llv Enjoyed Serine Opern Compnny Treasurer Try to Kill Hie Baritone, In tlir Orient Fight Ciilleil nlT When Voiitb Made Foul. (Correspondence New York Mail.) Saigon, Cochln-Chlna, Feb. 10. A table acquaintance Introduced me to tho baritone of the opera company who got mixed up In a duel the other day. I waa present and shall never forget It To say that the one enjoyed two fello.vs try ing to kill themselves may sound blood thirsty, hut when you somehow fel nei ther would get hurt you could not help laughing. Now, that would be strictly the truth, hut you would miss a great many of the details which, as the mail steamer does not get here for llvo dy, you might just us well enjoy. ICt me begin at the commencement : It would be rathor hard to describe the hotel dining room. Its splendid dimen sions, with a palm garilfn entrance on two sides, Impress tho stranger at oneo; quite as large as the main room at Sherry's, with white and gold predom inating a luxuriance of palms and plants, through which dart tho Chinese waters houndlehsly. It has an oriental effect, without the slightest resemblance to the tawdrv Egyptian effects we have at home. There are two lines of small tables run-1 ning down the length of the ruom; be hind these, smaller round tables for fam ilies and parties, and lu tho very center a massive one, upon which are ex.posod the fruits In season, ths cold meats md the ever present "plat du Jour." Ry the klde of this table tho most dignl Med Chinaman presides. He Is the No. 1. Dressed like a mandarin, he sens to It that his underlings serve properly. It Is said that many bets have beeen made as to his ability to smile. Annamlte nobles have given him hnndaomo tips, but he has never been so-n to do aught but bow. DOGS ALWAYS ON HAND. It has always seemed to me a mitac.lo how he avoided tripping over some one's dog, for. its every ono has one or moio dogs, and as the climate does not permit of doors, It Is lmiiosslble to keep them out once their owners aro In. That they never fight speaks marvels fnr their training, especially so on cutlet day?. A tiny Pekinese, who belongs to a French professor, has been my particular friend Mnce my nrrtvnl, As soon as sho finishes her master's bone ovar she trots to me, and with a little bow! wow! ouf! ho Invariably, with much tallwagglng, succeeds In convincing me of her right to mine. Whether or not tho proverb, "Iove me, love my dog," has any French equivalent, Is not material, It at any rate forms a large part of every dog owner's nature, and from Its nonacceptance yesterday's duel nrose heyond nny shadow of doubt, From my arrival I had occupied a soat near thn terrace entrance of the dining; room, at ono of the two long rows of tables. To my right I was fortunate enough lo have a French colonel, who Is an authority on Cochin and Indo-Chlntv, and who has told mo many most useful thlnss to know. To my left I have not been so fortunato transient neighbors principally, until a few days ago, when the baritone and a friend of his took their places there. They both know the colonel, so we all talked, and after a meal or ho were on very good terms. With tho baritone came a French poodle, one of the clipped variety. Ills manners are excellent away from the table, but greed Is his god, and It soon hecsme evident that tho tiny Chlncso ludy must stand aside for tho Frenchman, A OR IS AT COMMOTION, It so happened that the son of the manager of tho opera rompany, who venoera Ms duties as clerk wllli the title of treasurer of th comptjiy, sat at tlio other lont; table and almost Immediately opposite, On Friday, whleh li8.ppene.l nlfo to be cutlet day, he threw n. bonn to another dog, but IJIzarre (the poodle) was too uulclt and got t nrs, Tho treaiiurer was furious and iravo him tnoro thnn a furious kick. N'ow, there never was a bravo poodle, but ntKarxo Is moro cowaidly perhaps than most of them, and upon receiving tho kick not only dropped the bone, but. curllnc hln back up like a cat, dnrted out of the room with a bound, meetlnK In his flight the No. 1 Chinaman, The latter, taken by surprlae, was al most knocked over, and In trying to ro Baln his equilibrium dropped a decanter of claret. It win especially unfortunato for those of us In the neighborhood, our trousers and shoes being bathed In wine. A great commotion ensued. noWnson Warned ths treasurer for kicking his dog. The latter retorted In shrill volco that Bizarre bud no business nn that slda of tho room, and that anyhow ho was a coward nnd a cur to dash away nnd leave Oie bone as ho had done. Both men grew nngry and the Interven- necessary to prevent " w" , , 11 ls lho custom to tnk" our coffoe nnd cigars on the terrace, nnd then a llttlo while later I learneu rrnm tho colonel that matters had culminated In arrange ments for a due'. The old man wna all on fire. Recollections of his younger days popped up before him nnd, lack ing a better audience, he relntod somo most amusing Incidents to me. which I enjoyed Immensely. He was Interrupted, however, by being Informed that he had been chosen arbiter of the combat, whoh ' mcjtns that It was his duty to give the ! commands when to commence and csase flghtlnsr. The hour agreed wan f.W the following morning, the place Just outside the botanical gardens. Secrecy was enjoined on every one and all went to their slrstns satisfied except me, for I wanted to see that duel very much. At dinner the colonel informed me, that neither combatant would appear In public that evening, as It was feared the police knew already of the plans. I hinted and tlshed for an Invitation as skillfully as I knew how, but with no success. Finally, over a liqueur. 1 found courage . nd asked If I would b found de trop ' I happened to ride out that way In he morning, ""he colonel, to mv crrcnt d'liglil, replied- "N'ot at all." and In-' Itert me to meet him at his house and company 1dm WROTE FARFWEI.I, LETTERS. Wn snent the evening together listen lng to tho music in the cafe over the i way. We discussed everything from the Morocco affair to the chances of war be tweetl tho United States and Japan. One subject which was uppermost In both our I minus was iH-omfu iit iimi rai ucin overheard, and K one of the parlies should have happened to bo killed It wcro ( Just as well not to be known as of the affair. Ry 11 o'clock I thought It best to go to bed, so left my oomp.inlon with the piomlse of being with him again at 4:?0 sharp. On reaching my door I found a i note attached to the doorknob which proved to be fiom the bsritono asking me to call upon him If poslble before 1 re tired. He greeted m rordlally, regretted his Inability to come himself, but his seconds had forbidden him to leave hs room, nnd so, as he said, "before marching on the field of honor must apologize for my doir's being the cause of spoiling your sho-s and trousers. It was a mott unfortunate affair, but I will nveng" It twofold upon the morrow." I assured nlrrl.of my'hest wishes and we both shook hands as though the putt ing we.ro forever. That, he was nervous there was not a doubt. I doubt If I closed both eyes nt the same time, t wj so afraid of oversleoplng. I had left orders with the hall potter to be called at 4, but I was afraid he might forget, and 1 was dressed and In the saddle hy 4:lo The colonel was up. too. devouring a cold pate and drinking white wine nothing like a Frenchman for keeping his stomach full. I Joint d him In a few mouthfuls, but wt were soon off duelward. ON WAT TO FIGHTING GROUND. That morning will never be forgotten i hy me. My pony was not any bigger i than a good-sized St Hernard dog. and his mane nnd tall wero more like fur 1 than hair, hut he galloped along a proud , as a peaoock, my weight scorning to be a trifle to him. Our roid was straight i through the botanical gardens; it was still quite night, there was no noise ex cept that of our ponies' fee nnd the con stant chatter of the frogs and lizards, Something dark appeared In the road- wav now and then ahead of us, but we knew It was a tortoise crawling along to his lair. Everything Is an natural here, even the air nnd water plants are uncultivated and are simply cared for by tho municipality, which has built around and through them charming driveways and paths. Dawn ls sudden In the tropics. Day bursts upon the world much quicker than In colder climates. As the clouds begin to bn visible In thn gray beyond, a red tinge nppoars. Twenty minutes later full day will be accomplished, and It was Just those twenty minutes which were wanted for the duel. We arrived to find every one there. The doctor nnd I took our positions under the thnde of a largo manso tree well out of the way. The colonel explained the rules to each contestant and politely asked If It wero still not possible for apologies to be made on both sides, thus rendering n contest unnecessary. I verily believe he would have wept with disappointment If either had accepted, but tho question Is part of the code nnd was refused haughtily on both fides. FOXIL ENDS COM RAT. The first three rounds were not very exciting:, each man was trying to find tils opponent's weak place, but the fourth was a daisy. The swish, swish of tho metal, the stamping of feet, the exclama tions from seconds, the colonel's com mands all went Into the ptcture. Tho sun was Just up, the sky was cloudless, onlv now and then f. heron gilding on his Immense wings cllmed your attention- It was good to be alive. What really happened I don't know and never shall, for I was Just In tho act of lighting a cigarette, but the treasurer undoubtedly mads a lunge nt the bari tone before the colonel had given the command to commenco the fifth round. His rapier Just missed the baritono's cheek and that only because Robinson had time to thTOw up his arm, Now, Robinson is an actor to the mar row. Rushing to the colonel with a sweep of his rapier through the air be planted It In the ground and In a deep volco declared that he would not fight wth a person so unaccustomed to tho code, If In fact he wero not an avowed murderer. The colonel waa very anary himself. He declared TVCblnson In the right and disqualified the treasurer. Ten minutes later the colonel, the doctor and I wore Jogging homeward. No one was hurt, Wo had all had an exciting morning. IVrhnps It waa as well. On reaching the hotel wc found that Balgon hnd not missed us, nnd o wo wont hack to our quiet occupations ocalo. H DOES IT r DOES IT M ' I I TO SQUEEZE " j 0F MAK- ENOUCiH MHffl' " ING BOTH I FOR NEW Uf "ffiftr jCF ENDS MEET HOME V t (j 1 sM HAS NO i furnish- ,mMyBk 2Sis I i rism., mmmmmkktomx, terror h m i nr irrMiiiMiUMrr r f" tttti tw it ttm in r'-'nmia i wi M9 fir -mi wyMim mtr- mmj fisjtwi f g I niture co. d--OST" 1 system. . l I. J 1 X. J B R R tr Pi 11 . a mmtK i i ? LOOK. WHFRE YOU PUV "Look beforo you leap" is great advice. Pays to heed it in any venture will pay you won derfully to heed it in any connection with the buying of your new Furniture, Carpets and Stoves. compaih: s'roiins UF.Foiin vnr oivn ,sv om: or Tinni voun patiioxagh. CAN ANY DOWNTOWN "HIGH RENT " DISTRICT STORE CONSCIENTIOUSLY CLAIM TO BE ABLE TO SELL TO YOU AS CHEAP AS THE BURLINGTON FURNITURE CO.'S STORES, WHEN THESE DOWNTOWN STORES KNOW FULL ABSOLUTELY 30 PER CENT. MORE TO DO BUSINESS THAN 1 FURNITURE CO.? We're speaking to your intelligence What GUARANTEE THAT THIS TREMENDOUS ADVANTAGE OF SELL MORE THAN A FOURTH CHEAPER THAN YOU'LL WHERE AT ALL TIMES AND OUR PROFIT IS JUST THE SAME! Besides, as we have told you before, tho Burlington Furniture Co. is only a branch of six other stores, the buying capacity therefore is so tremendously large that we can almost sell at prices which the ordinary dealer r aroets A lot of heavy, extra super Ingrains ; every thread of the filling wool. The warp strong, well twisted cotton. A fabric about whioh we can look you in the face and say: "It will wear WELL." Only 768 yards altogeth er, Price per yard 49c The Same Liberal Treatment to Out-of Town Customers sUHsl bHHHsW itij BUM . t WMt TUU BUY has to pay for his goods. Iron Beds In great variety. We are sole local agents for the famous "RED DIA MOND" lino. They are not only handsome Beds, but they are well made and woll finished. They set up as they ahould no wobbly bed ends, but firm and rigid throughout, These good beds are sold at $4.00 to $30.00 A hint about MAT TRESSES. We sell the sanitary sort. UKOMCTOM URNITUMB w I THE PER- ST! WELL THAT IT COSTS THEM IT COSTS THE BURLINGTON do you think, yourself? WE LOCATION ENABLES US TO FIND GOODS MARKED ELSE- 6oCarts Our Go-Cart line and our Go-Cart business this yoar is simply immense, It is oithor because we have tile slickest assort ment or that our prices must be right, or is there more babies this year than any year preoeeding this year? Perhaps it is be causo of our free offer of the Teddy Bears. You know we give absolutely free of charge to every purchaser of a $10 Cart or upwards, a handsome Teddv Bear. ) Out of the High Rent District ii