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THE liUULlJNUTUiN U'KMK, J'JUISS: Til U ICS U A V UOTOKKR 10,
GREAT DA! In second, fastest beat, 1-1 32 seconds; 1-B. 1:05 1-2; 3-4, l:3Si tlio mile 2!U 3-4. llotwecn Iho races tho rlzo winning stock In nil Krades ot entitle, was exhibited 111 procession beforo tho Krandstand nnd was flip finest exhibition of cattle ever seen at n fair In New KnRland. To-morrow, tho last day of the fair, thorn will be four trotting events, At ten o'clock foals of lfi03 Willi six entries, will trot for a purse nf $20n. At 1 p. tn. tho 2:19 pace stnke for n purso of $.".00 will take place, followf d by the 2:40 trot stake for .1 purse of $:00. The fourth race will be tho 2:31 puce slake for a purso ot S0. There will be a runnint? race ot horses over 11.2. PICKPOCKETS WERE THICK. Four Heats Run in the Frec-for-All at the State Fair and Event Unfinished. Cut final llnul ill Itnllriinil Crush Mntc I'nlr. FOURTH HEAT DEAD ONE Motitpollcr, Oct. 3. A White HlVi-r Junction dispatch to tho Argus say.H OF RACING "' i JBt f r 180-184 PEARL s. fl WLWml ft Vn Choice ln-t-i-ii .IiiiIpt mid Miijnr llrlito IlmUli-linro Mnn Wins Krc-e-tor-.MI for Autimiiilillr W. II. Inlinvin Won Tt SIHrr Cup mill !."0 In ii1i. WI' -c it vcr Jet., Vt., Oct. 3 From n u'tc; point of view this has been the in' 1 i" ( . fill of tilt" tliree ilays nf tlio 3 a'l f, Iiv liiinn tlnre worn 12,000 ier. m ' i. urnuncN. The 1111I11K 1" nf 11 .elncli wltn t ho tinllnlslied 4 ec hi 1 J.-o trot. Ku.ihoI Oiriitlon, c. 4. i! I,cr ill H e i', won the heat find tlif u ,i t O.. li. romeroy, driver, wis .ii.il T'lie heats were ilrlven ril i, U ).! 11 (Jriittnn winning two, r 'i for n purse of $250, T r-t i vent of the forenoon the t -for- ill race for automobiles i r.f Sim, the winner to reeeivo 1 ?e 'iinl ?,'i, pour enr weio ir,l J It Stanley of Urattleboro ' r I nl ( us In the race, one sl liui'm; rnr and one four eylln ' r u' Walter H. Johnson of Ks- x T Ion entered one two and one .1' r Unlek ear. The 1- cyl il r !' r 1 mide the twenty miles In iis 44 seconds and won first .icv Tnr four cylinder lluld; was mil. t' - time helm 23 minutes and 12 i Old and won second money, T two eyl n.ler ISnlck made the 20 i ' s ii 3 tninutea and f.n seoonds. The rr lit 'i. s'.owlnK of till" ear won for 't ' ' lvr r cti'i put up by the HvceNlor rr itre Co, of tills vlll irp for the best t r twi rl'nder ear In nil the races. 'r .IiVifon n t'ie nnlomobllo events. In ; 'l 1 " ent'rid Huick c,tr, won .v In noney a' d two silver eups. The nutomo Mo r r s -.v -r miiltir ti-il without mi-Oiup .iij I'll 2 IS THOT. Trie fl t i-"tt i,g event was the 2:1' it for , f $'J00. Thfcre were four r rh Si Til. M-les: i i,n- 1. s., KitcliPlrirr..2 1 1 1 'i v G 1. 'i in., llardlnff 1 2 2 2 r r b rieteher 3 3 3 3 Axv. ri'iv, eh. (,'., JIcKIn- 1 4 4 4 2 . J -Jl 1-1, 2:25, 2:25 3-4. 2 I t PACK :11 THOT. The nrxt evint was the 2:14 pace ' 11 trot fi r a purse of $.00. Four , rse.s wi re started, HurllnAton Jl.ild, iwiid I . tlroiRe K. Whitney of Hur I Kton, IicIhk one of the horses. Sec id pi ci was predicted for the Maid, mt slu il ippolnted her ailmlrer.s by ndlnpr In third place. It was a hot uce, ni 1 erthi less, nnd Tobln, the wili er, had no easy snap. The summary: I'm In hr k , I'omeroy 1 1 1 Hobby Nye k. r., llardlnc 2 3 2 B irlltiKtmi Maid, b. ir.., Howser.,3 2 3 Tillly Ilurd, bllt. h., (Gordon 4 1 4 'J'in.t, . lS'J, 2.K.,, 2:141. 2 21 THOT. The 2 .1 sluice trot for n purso of S'on was i procession In each of e ' ten hrats trotted, the bay mare Den ;Itilc: i "M " There were but 3 en- rs Tl r summary: t. " Y m.. 1" rce 1 1 1 T n m Tompkins, b. t if y Pom- Mirth, Tim ills Fletcher. . .. 2:21"i, 2 , . 3 3 3 thi: Fni:v: foh ai-l. The f' f r all tor a purse of $'VH vi tbr r i' and the hottest contested -iff jf i.i y. It bi ought together a leid of t1. 'lorsi s the hay marc, Judex, awned y Junes Kailey, tho famous tit- ke br ikcr, bc.ng the favorite. Major I:rln i 'l bla.-k gelding, owned by I mos GiraiJ of Montreal, while finish m f i' rt n the llrst heat, was the -I comnit.tor of Judex nnd pubed u ' aic li 11 limit. Had Iirino kept " s f , thr third heat as he came li u In would have llnii-hed llrst ji ' ak b'tt him In the second j i 'ix. .'li hunt resulted In a dead li if 'wiii .liirtrx and Major Hrlno i id a 1 1 1 was unflnl-died at sun kw t v, - j .-tponul until to-morrow. Tli ' if '-'i cond heat wns 2:11 3-1, I f 'ft i ne nude upon the track, I' w i to the owni r of Judex an -,i , ) ,. of JIi'i for making tho i i M i Thi summary: li lex, b. u-, M' .vinney 2 t 1 0 M lor Hrl o. bl. g., Itlcliard 4 3 2 0 P I' ll K,, hr, g,, Thompson 1 2 b 3 rjllz." jri'i S., H. M. lliird'iig o 4 3 4 3 rdar gr s., Koland 3 T, I K T nit 2,17 2:11 3-4; 2:13 1-1; 2:12. Qiiaiters lC?RraaffsiBJMl PosJtivf-Iy carod t t'uiMJ J.ittlo Vills. They also rrtlevo trera f.-jsi D"pcrtli, I dlgestloa and Too llsort Katlr.f. A perfect ti.ui cdyforDlzzlners, l.'otwe; Drotn Iccst, IU(i T.ir.l la tl-.a Jlouth, Cna! Ton"!, ', l'uln In tbo Side 'i'OUI'ID UVUl. the to 1 BVER zvii t- in n n im 6SO.ft. rejtilato tho Hoela. imrr.ly Vegntablc. SHALL PILL. SrfALLnOSE. S!Mi.PniGt G:nu:ra Musi Bear GARTERS 33ITTIE iM ivirri F.c-Sunile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. i ?j y r :J1LU5, Our Courses steer you straight and land you in successful work, Take them nolp. In part: Forty pickpockets went throuKh Stnto fnlr visitors yesterday with n fine tooth comb. Morn than a dozen peoplo complained Hint their money nnd watches were stolen at the Cen tral Vermont atntlon at flvn o'clock during the tush tn kH on board the trains, nnd during tho day the same sort of n harvest was Kcnerally re ported. The officers were unsuccess ful In enpltiK with the crooks who had I full sway during the day. Many Ceu 1 tral Vermont employes dressed In plain clothes helped about the station j mid endeavored to locate the graft ! ers, hut they wore too allck for them. ! During the rush to get on board the I New England Stntos Limited, north (bound, somebody shouted that tho ex- curslon tickets were not good on that train. This only heightened the rush. Men and women then fought to get on board, and here wns where the crooks got In their work. Ono man , who seemed to be doing most oi shoving llnally got upon the platform i and warned tile men that there were , Indies in the crowd and that they were , fainting. In loss than three minutes. I men and women who had been figlit 1 lag to get on board were equally us I nuxloiifi to get off to locate their miss. J ing wads. i It Is safe to say that loo pockets wero picked during the day of sums varying from J5 to $r.O. while watches and other articles of value were lost or stolen. Tne town wns unable to take care of a quarter of the people Tuesday and Wednesday nlchts. I.ist nlsht was worse than the night bofoie, and people wont to sleep standing up. On Tuesday nltfht men lay down and slept on the floor of the railroad station, t'pstalrs tho floor looked like a lodging house. One man and blr wife who c.imo to town for tho fair walked to West Debannn and then offied i't for a room for the night. It In. reported that p. were charged for cot beds here. One thing was very apparent here yesterday, the town can draw tho people, but it cannot accommodate a fractional part of tho mover night. A number of games of chance were re ported during tho day. One Junction man dropped $2ii on a "faro'- arrow lay- ' out at a local hotel. Ho kept betting and betting until he got his pile In and I then ho woke up broke. He bet a dollar j the arrow would stop at a certain num-1 her, and if he was right be would get K . or 10. Others won but they were grat- j tors. When be dropped his pile the ma-1 chine went out of business. An hour I afterwards "the old man" was looking for an officer to help him get his money. The game was In progress about an hour, closing at 1 o'cloi k. It was also tried a little wbllo tho night before. MAX FOUND DEAD IN GROTON. nroton, Oct. 3. James Henderson, a quarry ma a, was found dend In a pasture near the nillioad nbout three-fourths of a mile below this village this morning, Henderson was around the village last evening, ns well as usual, but it Is supposed bo wandered away and fell asleep In tbo pasture, death ensuing from cold, Henderson was formerly em ployed nt (iranlteville, and was promi nent In the union at tint place. FIItH AT HIOIIOATK FOFNDHY. Hishgate, Oct. 3. A portion of the plan nf the Hlghgate Foundry Co. ut Hlgbgate Falls was destroyed by tire this moinliiK, causing a loss estimati d at iM'i. Tho Insurance is about 'Jn. The lltu broke out about eight o'clock this morning and started from a stove In the palm shop. The machlru shop, the machinery and castings, w.i de stroyed, but by hard wink thu office, j'y uioiiiiiiiiK soup, siuio luum, hiiii lumoci shed were saved. The lire las-ted about three houri-. Forty men are thrown out of employment temporarily. It is ex- gjrll peeled that tho machine shoo will be re- i built. MlLIi RL'UN'S IN ORANGi:. Orange, Oct. 3. The sawmill anil ' butter box factory of Mills Hios, were 1 Jfjjl burned about three o'clock this morn - 1 f ti ing. A large numlier of butter box, s i and a largo amount of lumber ei " I destroyed. The cause of the fire is unknown. The loss Is partially cov- . ered by Insurance. ! HAD TIMK FOH DAIHYMKN. i F.noiburgh. Oct. The exceedingly wot j weather has hindered farmers In har- I vesting. Tows have shiunkon lit milk i this summer so that although the price of butter has been high, the extra price of grain which farmers have had to pay j will not mnko tho pmtlts from their herds as large ns last year. ; Tbo llrst frost of the season came Tues-j day night. Tbo frosts have held off tin-1 til later than usual, which has been a I great help to the corn. Apples bavo I grown considerably in the lust fewi weeks, although they will be .smaller j than usual. 1'otatoes fire of excellent quality but are totting badly. i HHUTAU autograph Knlcker-All hunters don' enclose stamps. liocker No, some mciely u.iy they won't deliver any more groceries till the jtct It. New Yoik Sun. Jl'ST AS HAD. Victim You told mo thego false toeih would be Just as good as my natural one.-., nnd they hurt mu fearfully. Doctor Well, didn't your natural om a hurt you'.' Hroklyn I.lfc. I III IM!IM To sec the way tho good people of Burlington and surrounding towns have A!i.me,mm.Ea '$k so generously responded to our H i the CTmnupppMrnryTftii' speg?au i j acme oimiL isiintywofrai mu. specials 1 Wi n f s i a Sainy weather isn't at all considered when prices are as low ns ours, Ml iM Juk pl P" & business comes whatever the weather There'n no doubt in the minds of LxtraOPCunar jj w xs r our customers of the wisdom of looking ahead. Sal Of P j The Greatest Labor-Saving De- ,, , vice for Women Ever Invented. n ffigw IRON I is Acme Washer Wek And wo oxlpn.l a onnlinl invita tion to all the ladies of liurlinjr ton and vicinity to call nnd learn about this wonderful machine. Even if you have a woman come to your house to ilo your washing it will pay you to have an ACME "Washer. It prevents sueli injury to your clothes as eoinos from hand rubbing; the tearing of laces or lino goods, tlie breaking off of buttons, etc., etc.. are. all done away with. Besides, the ACME will do in wo or three hours in tlie morn ing what usually requries tlie liitrgest part of the day. It is a kindness to tlu woman who Joes tli. work, by making lior burden lighter, and at the same time it reduces tlie untidy effects, of washing upon tlie home to a min imum. It Will Pay You to Sec it We can not begin to tell in this space the many features which makes the A CM TO tbo most prac tical ami most satisfactory of all wishers. It must be seen to be .appreciated, ami our time is at I lie disposal of eviM'y liou.-,eket,'p-er who wishes to know more about this labor-saving device. We Are Sola Agents For Burlington and , its sur rounding towns. Speciftl during this sale instead of $112.00 onlv $0',75 A Little Each Week Will Pay For it TiCE; flip Airnn Unnninn m r a -. tions, ceilings and walls. Housecleaning does not disturb the household, and the work is done in one-fourth time it can be accomplished by any otner method. The machine weighs only 30 pounds. A child can operate it with ease. A room 12x15 feet can be cleaned in six minutes. Saves wear on carepts and rugs. No dust, no dirt, no sand' left in them to grind and wear them out. Will wear three or four times as long and will always look bright, for they are al ways clean. No more dread of sweeping carpets or taking thorn up to be in a muss for a week or ten days beside all the expense and bother of taking up and relaying". Call, write or 'Phone (322-11) and we will have one of the machines on demonstration at your house on our expense when you will agree with us that it is one of the greatest inventions in the lino of a labor-saving" device ever invented. The price is within reach of all. i wait ana watch for our grand opening Saturday, the 12th, of all the new de partm ents Just added C3 There is always a use for it, is there if one never would get together enough to Take it in the matter of furnishing your home. You plan months ahead, and think that at such and such a time you will buy tho wished for articles, but when the time comes you find yourself no nearer the goal. Die! You Ever Try Our "little a week" payment plan? Surprising, indeed, are the results small sums, steadily applied will accompish Whatever May be bought on our plan of "small weekly," payments, and every one having an account here may add anything they wish without any addition al weekly payment whethet it's one of our Famous Household Ranges We are now offering on the 30 day's FREE trial without the least expense to vou, and if not Vsolutely satisfactory we take it back after the 30 days. Is this not a fair and legitimate proposition? The same proposition applies to our New Domestic Sewing Now being demonstrated in our window by Blr. W. 0. Ellis, the Name-in-Silk Artist, who will gladly embroider your initials or your full first name in Silk for the asking. Come in and let us have a confidential talk along these lines, we assure you fair and courteous treatment whether you do business with us or not. These Are Busy fi i i 1 net these prices hold good only until THURSDAY, 6 P. M. Double faced Smyrna Hugs, ex cellent pattern.s, size 30x(10 in., regular ijil.To 89c Extra heavy Tapestry Rugs in handsome floral designs, reg ular rtl.DS $1-19 liranHe Art Squares, sizo l!x:i feel , $1.95 .'ix-'U feet $3.39 11x4 fe.-t $3.98 Some beautiful designs in Ax minster Hugs, cither floral or oriental patterns, si.j 117x54. Sol. I everv where at $2.2") to ."'0. Our special $1.69 lugrt'in Carpets from 25c per ard to G9c Tapesiri.-s an. I Brussells from. . ,69c per . i rd t i 98c We Ire Sole Agents im iimian rnnnvntoa nTiri riicMif Ante tli BURLINGTON Tho Great Installment House of Burlington that Advertises Broadcast "CREDIT TO ALL" and We Trust Every Honest Family for Everything They Need; and Prices are Just the Same to Cash or Credit Buyers Because We are not? It really seems sometimes as accomplish some desired end We Sel Times in Our Room Size Rugs Tapestries, size !)xli! feet $9.95 $1S.75 Tap. liutrs, size !)xll! ft. $13,50 $'-'J,00 Tap. Wuus, size 9x1 'J ft. $15.00 $'J;"),00 Smyrnas, 9x112 feet $17.30 $30.00 Smyrnas, 9xll2-feet ... .$22.50 Crex Rugs, size 9x12 feet $7.95 Hall Runners . Some of the handsomest patterns ever shown, all of tlie wry beM grade Axminsters, priced exactly at 50c on the dollar. Prices range from $3.95 to $8.95. V?lvcts from 98c per yard to $1.20 Linoleums from 49c per yard to 98j for the Agan Vacuum Department FURNITURE CO ;irf f j 'HfiiU' Commencing with this morn ing and until sold, we offer our entire sampl;- line of IRON BHDS in full .size or Yhrcc-rpiar-tcr size at 14 Off It is our 'Ustoin to keep .-ne boil of each style for several months in our show room, deliv .rinir our rales from the dupli cate stock which wc usually have from one t. two dozen of n num ber in our More-house. Tin freshness is taken from thes samples from handliim anil showing, but a little touching up makes them exactly as briirht as new. To-day and until further notice you buy these as follows: if-'!.l2."") Enamel Red $2.44 5.00 Enamel lied 3.75 (.rU Enamel lied 4.88 8.50 Enamel lied 6.38 0.00 Enamel Re.l 7.50 .2.00 Enamel lied 9.00 15.00 Enamel P.ed 11.25 17.50 Enamei Bed 13.1C JO.0U Enamel Bod 15.00 22 50 Hnamc! Bed 10.88 25.00 Unamul P.ed 18,75 25.00 P.i'tins P.ed 18.75 !!0.00 Brass Red 22.50 ::,-).00 Brass Bed 26.25 40.00 P.rass Bod 30.00 50.00 Brass Red : 37.00 Springs of all sorts, Mattresses from the Cotton Top, including tbo Silk Floss and up to Hair Mattresses all reduced during this sale. Gleaner i f naiDeis. luviuuirc, cuapencs, ciccora- r The new depart ! ments just added which will open Saturday, the 12th, means more com fort and pleasure for the patrons of the Burlington Fur-" nlture Company 1 I 1 iff w I J2 3 Lks I " Out of the High Rent District." V 9 N. D. BLAKE, Principal. 110 Church Street Burlington.