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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY OCTOBER 10, 1907.
UNO A SCHOOL CONVENTION THE ADVANTAGES OF OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT OUR TIMELY GUIDE TO PALL CLOTHES BUYING no autn Annual meeting 01 tno State Association Opens at Manchester. DELEGATES PRESENT, To our nntroni vrlio linve iiiixlouily been nonllln the nrrltiil of Ibli, our it II rliiclpnl AililrcNi 'I'm-iilnj- .Night C!len by Miiirrlnti'mli'iit Dny oi Ximv Vork Mule ('In InIIiiii Kinlitix or ( 'on enl Ion In sedoii ii Mt n ii ( on Tin .speaker. , t f Oit S,-The Vermont State i d,i S 1 to! u-sm-intlon ticKan I'x "Oth 'ml 'o, rn on hero at the Confin i' .1 ( Itr 'i to-iliiy, hnlntng scsslon hp 11 ei and ovonitlK. The dtde- ' u r (j over 3w) from the dif il Si i i r. )i" dt thrniltth tho State ( 1 In Ma tis ilurttiK the day ami II i.trl tr 1 w'th the members of the i' S ll.t m-'i ml. he rr i fils afternoon oonsiMcl c ' r Im df elementary teachns i u fcri m'i of Ii 'ine department work- x rk or the evening befran with a f wirship In sons led hy 1. M it 1 of Grafton. The lte. fii . iv drl v. red the uddlesH of wid en II u I 1 1 X (1 Willlnnis ,T Hol- ! i'1'th dent of the association. 1 i Mrs M.iry Foster Itryncr of 'i ji a, I i f Olowi'd with an address nf- a ir't f smiK service. Tim principal -1.1. - - !., - I... 1 Mllir. 3 L 'II,' X'lWIlK VW1.1 JIMI 11,1 .UF fr d Dav S'a'.e siipcrlntonde'it of to al iij s i ' 's in New York. The cm r- i-i i lis' 1 w 'h nn address by the Hi v T IT QniltV, 11 11 ..( llntlnti.l 1.1.1, In 1 J.IUU ills v arc. GOV, PROCTOR PRESENT. poke nt Opi-uliii? .session nr ( hrlsunii Hnilriunr fimi enl I on. Sttii'i n tn - The twentv-eenml nnji- i 'i t. ..ii of tin- Vermont Chris- .- I-., iri'i , .in nrii- nil-, evening :n "0 ' ick Tlieri' win a larL'e atti-n- i, i ,,ite from all parts of the i r.i i e fimreh was very prettily r ' A pi. .isant featur" of the t p i.i- n address hy llov. F. 1). 1 1 ir Pi n st or 'he program follows- I -itli.rv outlook, the Itev. Fmser T li..ii- TT l-wl. .liil, nt-inti.,1 cii-t-r,- in i. iiriMiitu i. inn .ivor iieiu in ermoni, the stat rnes'dent, The linv. Frank Mori-is of r.innlntrton; mnsle; ad- "s nj ti itrv l'-rncsi ii. uppeii, h'ireh, Mo' treal. I Following the address by fJovernor nd "f the responsibility of the ("m-l-i- lm .Drlfty Is a stronR training round whetebv wo learn that bv ex- lipr-i'iil iii,-s i in in ' i"ii , null ? ' ml"K topi thcr we Ret refreshed for ifc s aitUitks, aiil mi stand for tho - dnpni'Mit of the youtiR life In the h ir h Nothing makes people so Iilij ., i n i.,. ,-.i ii.. ......it.. c'hrr ard organization i 1 1 1 1 lt 1 1 1 lis us.' 'c in ei 'urslip In a rillglons body ts for nothing except we do our est In every work of life. Purity ot move i urnose aim me, inu-i. no me (k ilt or worse than nothing is no- r mr-llsl ed '" The meeting was L n -.lnDn ..-111. V.r t.Aiirtillr. Ion In concert. RECEPTION TO XBW SnCHKTAUY. Montpeiier, Oct. S. Tho reception endered tills evenliifr nt the Y. M. C rooms to C. 1!. Oilman, the seere- ary and physical director, was lurp-o-y nttended by pastor.-! and peo lo of he several denominations in the city ici.t of tin 'oi al nssor at on. Mrs. C f TJem'i Mrs. lllram Carleton and linrt-n The usiiers were II. J Fltz- -Ifnl 1 M T l-.lirlr.,, M,., flr.n n -i-t.i.-p All ,1... .. ,i.n OUT- nr II... Imllrltnrr t,'.,.. Inulnlll i lecorated with ereeiilnir nine, bril- lanf fill! llir lenees noil llm frnll nl cm inn tr.irui-n i lie rei resnmeiit uuin wii n nare ui .-ins i',. .1 Dr.iMtt Miss nia lialley and Mrs rhcioi F Cotton. The lmprovemeius inn fr n decorations on the Interior Jf the bullillni? wore, tho subject of much fnor.iblo comment. Seeretarv .nun in maris me wori; or me in w reir under tho most favorable oir- 'ances. COKFi:ir DIM'OVKII V. "The Dundee Advertiser" trlls the fol low u sn.iy of h. discovi rj of mifi-i ., I lifvcraK . 'Near the mlddlo of the Jftetrt i century a poor Aiub was travel Ins throuxh Abyssinia, and, Undine hkn lelf weary nnd weak from fatigue, he itoipi d near a Krove, then, beinff In want if fiifi to i ool, ljjs rice, he cut down a ;rec w -h happened to be eoered wil l lead berries, ills meal bem cooked and mten, the traveller discoverul that the naif h i- ed binies were very fraKrant. He cr'W t it a mi nher of them, and, om trushlng them with a stone, he found that their are.n, Increased to n great extent. lie wor.derliiK at tins ho ac e.dc'tihy p i f the suhstuiK'O Into tho wo ' lo' w .at u mlni'le The nearlv nl, IU nl ed It to his lips It was fresh, nifrt able, n ,d In a moment the traveller nnd far recovered his strength end energy is to be ab.c to resume his journey. Tho hn could, and, haviiiK itrilve at Aden, In Arabiu, he Ir formed tho mufti of Ills dls- .....- .'i.idit piii'iuci, ii ii iKtii suiiercu for years from the Influence of that tho roasted berrli'3 and was so delighted at tho recovery of his own vlKor that In prntltudo to tho tree he called lt "Dunenn," a Manchester cottage, has who will lay out J15.000 In further beauti fying tho property. When his plans aro irrir-n nnr Mr. in nnrs iv ta-iii nni'a nnn of Vie hand-himest summer homos In Since its iniuiytiration oiu1 111:1 il order (Icparliuetit has met wilh tlie licarty approval of our many friends. "We have looked for but one result to our ens tinners yood service and iniinediato delivery. Improvement after improve ment lias made of tins department one of tiie most perfect working depari incuts under our roof. Expert shoppers are at your service. You arc assured of the very ,'aods you desire. Shopping by mail has been made practical as well as safe, by our earnest efforts to please everyone. A letter, or a postal for that matter, will be sufficient to put our wheels in motion; an experienced shopper immediately proceeds to buy in your be half; you reap the benefit of her shopping experience. A trial order by mail will convince you that yon may buy as safely and much more quickly than you could do otherwise. SEND THAT TRIAL ORDER TO-DAY. XOTi: In ordering from samples, kindly chooso two patterns, ono as second choice, so that if we should happen to bo out of otic wo may ship tho other, thus savlnij any delay. E. E. Clarkson & Co., Burlington, Vt. CI.AItKSON & CO., HUIU.IXCTOX, VT, ClnrkftOti'ii S.tIcu are Up to I lie Minute. o o AVe ara ready this season with our usual varied as sortment of :: :: :: Winter Coats Warm and lasting fabrics, In cluding silky finished broad cloth, kersey, covert cloths and fancy mixtures In all the sea son's latest shades. Every coat Is of a good rep resentative style. Every coat Is up to the minute In Its do slgn. And the prices! They speak wonders for the woman who wants a GOOU COAT at a low tiRure. Long loose coats of plain and fancy mixtures at $G.98, $7.98, $10, $12.50, $15, $18, $20, $22, $25, $27, S30, $32.50, $35, $38, $40, $45 and $50. Semi-fitted and tight-fitting coats, strictly tailor made, in the popular lengths, all the most wanted mate rials in black and colors, prices range from $12 to $50. Evening coats in beautiful soft colors, handsomely trim med, lined throughout from $25 to $50. CI.AIIKSOX .t CO., IlurlliiKton, Vt. There li CJinrnetrr Ir. Our fJnrmeiitn, ? The New Dress - Goods and Silks All the Silk and Dress Goo.ls that Paris has chosen are shown in a diversified stock. The new weaves, the new shades, the new combinations for street and even ing wear and for trimming, most of them exclusive, all of them admirable in taste and style. " Stunning "- That is the word which irre sistibly escapes from tho lips ot ewry woman who has viewed the new Fall dress goods and silks we Are now showing. So wide is the assortment of rich new weaves and beautiful colorings, so charming are these smart new patterns, that choosing becomes almost a diffi cult task. With the seal of Fashion's approval woven into them as indelibly as the design in each fabric, this array of Fall' favorite dress materials is a feast for the eyes of the discriminating women. Don't miss it! , Samples of silk to suit a specified purpose, color schema, or price range, will be furnished promptly upon application. In ordering from samples kindly make a second choice, as wo may be out of the very pattern you choose. . Fall Styles extend our hearty tlinnti for pnM fticrn unit n'tiurr I hem of every courloiy nt our Nlore. f'.ery order rtlll receive our Individual at tention 11 11 it The follottlnn rui kIvp nn Idea of our enoriiiou.'i nml complete nnsortinent of hl;li el. 'tin I'll 11 Merrhnnillie it E. E. Clarkson & Company, Burlington, Vt. A POSITIVE SAVING A dollar earned is not always a dollar saved, but a dollar saved is ;i dollar won, and there is no easier or plcasanter way to do this than Clarkson 's way. To save your fare to Hurlington and return is really an easy way of mak ing legitimate money. Read the olVer here made : O o Clarkson 's Free Excursion Ticket to Burlington and Return ADnitnss. Present this coupon properly ailed out to our cashier after your ptivuhce have been made. The amount of your fare will then be given you lu cash as follows: 9 S.00 purchase pays faro to and from Burlington distance of 10 miles Siu.oii purchase i ays faro to and from Hurlinston distance of 20 miles 320.00 purchase pays fare to and from Burlinpton dlstnnco of Go miles $311.00 purchase pays fare to and from HurlinpUon distance of 40 miles Amount of purchase, S This Coupon Is Good Until January 1, 1307 Fare. CLAR-KSON'S, Burlington. Vt. This exceptional offer gives the out-of-town buyer the same opportunity to take advantage of our special offerings as the city resident has. You can save your round trip from home to Durlington and return on the goods we have purchased expressly for this Fall business and at the same time do your trading in the pleasantest store in Hurlington. XOTM Bo sure and cut out this coupon and brinp it with you as wo cininot allow tho amount of your fare unless you present tho coupon E. E. Clarkson & Co. - - Burlington, Vt. o- 200 New and Beautiful Women's Tailored Coats At a Remarkably Low Price V don't always talk price in announcing our new Fall lines, but here's a case which must be one of the exceptions. There Is None That's Not a $20 Value Our Price, $14.87 "Where prices are so extremely moderate, when we are able to offer such values in ladies' ele gantly fitting coats, we must call your attention to it. We said "extremely moderate prices"; we mean "extramelj low prices." You'll agree to the latter when you see them. Every coat a beauty. The lot includes the latest ssmi fitted the decidedly form-fitting and the loose model, mado from black and colored broadcloths, kerseys and cheviots, braid trim med or plain. First come, first scrvad. Come early. They won't last long at this price. $14.87. CI,AHKSO & CO., Iliirllncton, Vt, IP it I There nre No RnrmentN More I'erfeet Fltllnpr than Clnrkon'i. -o