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THE BUIU INGrTON FREb PRESS : THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1007.
M YEGGMEN IN ST. J ?wo Brothers, Aged 13 and 15, Broke into Two Offices and Got Little Booty SOLD GOLD AT DISCOUNT. I.rH to Tliflr Arrent Arr In County .lull AuiillinK n llrnrliie Sold H $10 Ciilil PIpi-p for pS tlmiKnckril I : rr j ( lihitf Tliey Vmllil Ret Into. St. Johnsbury, Oct. 7. Napoleon Jul Arfon, tho 13 and 1 6-ycnr-ulil sons if John I.alllierty, an; In county Ja!1 .waiting tholr heat-lntr for lirrnkliut itnl ontcrliiR Into the- offlreM of A, 1. IraBR. the contr.ietor nixl linlliler, lid K. T. & II. K. lilo's, miller."! an.l nal dealers. At Mr. IlraKK's offk-f lie hoys found the safe unlocked, hut jrled open the two drawers and the iteel capo, taking n ten dollar gold niece, a 2V2 Kohl piece, an aluminum -up and a sold toothpick. Mr. Hraprst H rlTlcn this morning looked as If a hull had wallowed In a china shop, t'vnry drawer In his desk had been opened and papers scattered aroun.l the room, gold hronze was spilled freely, and besides tho other article the boys took two small bags andy. Entrance was effected at tho Me store by cutting out a paup of glass Here the big safe was locked and tli" I oys evidently took delight In np.Tiit leg tho typewriter, the adding 111 'line and opening the cash reglsti t which they found empty. They were easily traced by the olli rers as they sold tho ten dollar goM piece In a candy store for JS and ol fered the other piece at a dollar di -(ount from face. They will be glvt n their hearing as soon ns State's Attm rcj II111 returns from the Kwx coun y court at Guildhall. STRIKE DECLARED OFF. IVork Will lip ItpMiimril nt (lie (Yntriil A errnoiil Miirlilni- Miii-im. St Albans, Ot. T. The machinists 11 nko against the Central Vermont Rail 's U conijv.ny, which has been on since May IS, 1P01, was declared off to-day. This e ws will be received with much satls fa tlon b the ptlhllc generally and the local merchants 1.1 particular, as It will result In the employment here of a urge number of skilled mechanics and vl irkmen, increasing proportionally tho pffleiency of the motive power and roll "ng stock, which has been more or less mpa red slree the strike was declared. When the strike was declared, the local Srano) of tha International Machinists' "nion and the Metalworkers International -Hi Grand OHNSBURY ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY &nd continuing with many special price inducements for thirty days. The culmination and climax of months of vast preparations. Larger, stronger, more comprehensive, more decisive than ever, in its great value giving efforts, The Red 46 opens the fall and winter season of 1907-1908. Every department will be teeming with special values in Ladies', and Misses' Suits, Coats, Jackets, Raincoats, Skirts, Dry Goods, Hosiery, Underwear. Furs and Fur-lined Coats, Men's Boys' and Children's Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Rubber Goods. Tlie most distinpruisliod fjntliprinfr of New Fiill nnl Win t fir TiTortilinnflisc nwnits your eoniinp- hero. The lcndinp styles in Glen's, Women's and Children's wear are revealed to perfection in our mammoth display. The thousands who will visit us on our opening days will lind this store a mammoth shoppino; eentro of extraordinary interest. In all departments of this great establishment the newest and best of Autumn nnd Winter stocks are visible. It is more like mi exposition than anythint,' else, and while showing all the newest things of fashion, the staple things of life are not for a moment overlooked, hut supplied in such quantities as to be most impressive. The Merchandise carried by tho lied 46 The Convenient Location of Our Stores The Superior Arrangement of Our Various Departments, "No Stairs to Climb," The General Atmosphere of Business, the Methods and Facilities witlt which the same is carried on, tend to place this store in tho front rank of Burlington's representative- business houses. The question is DO you know us? If you haven't becii"into our stores recently, you don't know us If you know us as a "Bargain Store," you know only ono side of us. Everybody knows that our prices are Low but do you know that no store in Burlington carries liner goods than our Finest? Did you know thnt this is the Kasiest Store in Burlington to get money back from, if you want it back? Did you know thnt we aim to supply and do supply, as far as any one store enn, all the Clothing and Dress wants of all kinds of paople? Did you know that at the present rate of increase our business will be the largest done under one roof in Vermont? THE ATTRACTIONS OF OUR STORES ARE OUR LOW PRICES All who rend our announcements find every statement vcri fled when they visit tho stores. The merchandise sustains the advertisements and the prices justify our increasing claim of Underselling All Competition. These are the foundation principles upon which wc hnve fought and won. Our guarantee stands at the head of every purchase. What's fairer t The American Clothing Company's Red 46 Department Stores 38-40-42-44 AND 46 CHURCH ST. BURLINGTON. VT. WORST FORM 0 SCALP ECZEMA Lasted Four Years Lost a Great Deal of Hair and Head Was Covered With Scabs Grew Worse Under Treatments Until PERFECTLY CURED BY CUTICURA IN 4 WEEKS "I feol that It is my duty to others that suffer as 1 did to loll what tho Cuticura HotnudtoB liavo dorm for nm About three years nijo I was troubled with eczema of tho Kcalp In Its worst form.alotof halrcamo out in spots and my lioad was covorod with scab. I con milted a doctor and ho told mo that It was only a soro ami it would soon heal tin. Ho navn nio omo salvo for it but it did not do any pood. Then I consulted another doctor and ho could not tell mo what It na but cavo me homo salvo forltund some, medi cine? for my bicod, but tho trouble still C,vrvr worse. At last I was advised by a friend who had suffered a.3 I did to try the Cuticura Keniodies, 80 I went and finrcliasf-d a complete set of Cuticura or ono dollar and after nsliiR thorn for two weeks nil the sores disappeared and in about four weeks I felt I was com pletely cuicd, Altogether I had tho eczema for about four years nnd I am confident that if I had used Cuticura sooner it would have saved mo a prcat deal of MifferiiiR and loss of money for doctors' bills. AlthoURh I feol that I am perfectly cured I still tiso Cuticura Insolvent as a spring tonic. Edward Arris, McKinloy St., Chnmbersburg.Pa,, May 2, 1900 and Feb. 24, 1907." CUTICURA CURES Tho most torturing and disfiguring humors, oczemiis, rashes, itchings, irri tations, nnd inflammations of tho skin, scalp, and blood of infants, ohiidron, and adults, are Instantly relieved and speed ily cured, in tho majority of cases, by warm baths with Cuticura Eoat.-. gentlo applications of Cuticura Ointment, and mild doses of Cuticura Iiosolvent or Pills. Cutlrura Soap (Kf ). Ciitlcun Olntmrnt (J0e.), ml Uiitlcura Itnolvent (60c). (or In tho form of Cliorolate Coated IMIls 2Hc. per vial of CO) Soli tlirouahout the world. Pnttfr Druff V Chm. Corp, Bole Pronv, 137 Columbu Ave.. Boston, Mats TUalled Free, Cutlcufa Bouk 00 Bkltt Disc ilk. I'nlon numbering 200 men, walked out In a body, owing to the refusal of tho railway company to grant a nine hour day with ten hours pay. AIIUEST FOM.OWS SUNDAY FIGHT. Northfield, Oct. 7 There were tumult-' ! nous times at the homo of Henry Cul- ver In Itabblt Hollow In tho edge of j lioxbury Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Culver I were having trouble and Kilns Wheeler, , a neighbor interfered. Culver ordered j Wheeler to leave and It Is alleged Wheel ; er struck Culver on the head with tho 1 butt of a shot gun cutting a bad gash I from the top of his head down to his left ear an.' lacerated the skin on his j arm. A complaint was Issued by Grand I Juror I'rcd .Toslyn and Wheeler was arrested. Fall and Wi DAM FOR WATERBURY. Will lie 11 Onier fur l.'tnli, Summer Homes mill Amusement, Waterbury, Oct. 7. It n syndicate of local men can secure tho farm of rtbli ard I.ytnan located In Duxbury at a reasonable price Waterbury will linvi a trout lake of R0 acres nroa In tin near future. They have already m option on the farm of F.dward Fo anil If they ran secure the I,ym-' property they will build a dam th. will cost several thousand dollars nnd erect summ-or cottages around tho pond. A large dance hall Is one of the structures they propose to build. The pond will be about threo nnd one half miles from this village. DENNIS TO HAVE TRIAL. Mnti I Is III for Mnn-ilnim'lilrr for Attack on Insane I'ntlent tn lie Tried Till Term. Montpeller. Oct. 7. F J. Dennis, wli-i was Indicted with H, D. Conn in March, lfiffl, for manslaughter. In cims'iit: the death of Peter Durant of M'ddlebury. a patient at the state hospital for the In sane at Waterbury, wan In Washington county court this afternoon. Dennis Ins been out on $I,M' ball, but ' hl.-i ball was surrendered this afternoon 'Hid tho re. spondent nns placed In the custody nf .Sheriff Tp.ic John H. Rente-, his cou.i si'l. asked thnt the ball be rc.lucrl to ?".'(', wllih he would personal'y fiirn!n. lie fi Id Dennis ws .inx'ous for a trial and bad been '11 ontilt ever tern s.nce he was Indicted, Ulgi'ig thnt his case come to trial, but that the trill had been post poned hoping that .""oon, who fii pen !.'s ball, would be appreiie.ide 1. State's At torney Henjamln (i.Vp:i objected in the Interests of Justice to admitting Dennis to ball In so small an amount. . The cou-t declined le adm'.t Dennis tn 1 all in the sum of $.ftf and he. was re manded to Jail. He will bo tiled at tho present teim of Washlnston county coutt. OTHF-Tt, CASES IN COUHT. Following; a clear and explicit flint go by Judge K. I,. Waterman la the malprnctlce case of Dawson vs. Hall and Crane the case went to the Jury at three o'clock this afternoon. A Jury was empaneled this after 1.0011 In the ran1 of I Irani It. Wedge, administrator of the estate of Israel (iullnumt. vs. the Central Vermont Hallway company. Gullmont was killed November 26, 1000, by a Central Vermont freight train nt what 1.4 known as Tabor's crossing near Hane transfer in the city of Montpeller. This case was tried at the March term, 10U4, and the plaintiff was awarded a verdict of $2,000. The Oo ! tober term. litOu, of supreme court reversed the Judgment of tho lowr court nnd remanded the case for a new trial. Fred 1. Laird, M. M. Gor don And H. A. Hoar appear for the plaintiff; W. A. Lord, W. H. C. Stlek ney and C. W, Witters for the defen dant company. COMING OUT HODDIiV. "Hilly Green's nothing but a coward." "Is he?" "Wp. I called him a coward right to Ids face, I dhl, an' he didn't (last say nothin'." "Then lie Is a coward." "You bet he Is. ' And the next time I call him a coward I'll say it right out loud so's he can hear it." Cleveland Plain Dealer. 46 Burlington's Only October SPECIAL Car and Boat Fare MASSACHUSETTS DEMOCRATS SPLIT i- rtlctt Forces Nominate a Tick ot and Whitney Men Another in the Same Hall. GREAT FRAUD IS CLAIMED Whitney .He" fT TIipj- Unit 11 Major. My of tlir DelegnlPn hut They Were Not Admitted tn Hi,. Hull Whitney Will linn Inde pendently If Necessary. Sprlngtlfild, Oct. 6. Gen. Chnrles W. liartlett was nominated for governor yos lu a demociatlc convention from which two-thirds of the Whitney delegates wore, excluded. Henry M. Whitney was nominated for governor a: .1 rump convention held In the same c. invention hull the Court Square, thoati e while the U.irtlett dele gates were ;i. seislon. The Wliitm y ticket it niadu up as fol lows: Goiernor-lieary M. Whitney of Urook llne. Lieutenant-Governor Goal go A. Scho lleld of Ipswich. Secretary of State O. E. Charest of Uolyokc. Teisurcr D J. Doherty of West field. Ardllor J'.ifph A. Conry of Itoston. A ttorney-G' i.eral Jiunes L. Doherty of Springfield, The names ".1 the liartlett ticket are: Governor 1 'l arles W. liartlett of New ton. Dieuteiiant-iiovernor John A. Thayer if Worcest'i (declined). Secretary of Slate-O, ' PJ. Charest of llolyok'. Treasure! -William V. Conner nt Lynn. Auditor Pmle! I,. Shei of Chleopee. Attorney-General Harvey H. Prntt ot Ablngton. WHITNEY WIDI. APPKAL. Mr. WhltncN will appeal to tho State billot law con. mission to declare him the rightful nominee of the party on the grounds that tin- convention was pack'-d by the P.artl- tt men. that tile grossest frauds were prvtlcrd. and that his own legally eligible delegates wre excluded. Should the decision of the commission be against Mr. Whitney he will be a can didate at the p- ils, nevertheless, on an lit deiendent tick" t He is himself the au thority for tilts declaration. The convent!"" was . ntltled to SI7 dele gates, but ther is a question whether SO or more delegates, coming from towns that did not hold caucuses, were qualified to take part. Mr. Whitney's managers declare they have the crcdent'-tls of 2S2 delegates repre senting that nim.'r of Whitney men who were not permit'' ! to enter the hall. He sides these tliev iave the signed state AT and Original nterO 10th, 11th and 12th Allowed Out of Town Purchasers of $10 Buy Your At the Free Here are a few of the stock: in Paper, Envelopes, Box Paper, Lead Pencils, Penholders, Compass and Dividers, Pencil Pocket3. Ink, Mucilage, Paste, Glue, Blank Books, Menu Books, Letter Books, Note TJocks, Composition .3ook&, Receipt Books, Pads, ments nf 1?G other Whitney delegates who did get into the hall, but were compelled to surrender their credentials In doing so, j This make.s a total of delegates claimed by Whitney. There are scores of oilier Whitney delegates, It Is asserted, who, unable to get In, went home In dls- gust before any effort wan made to make , a e unit of thoni. I There appeared to be j00 men on the main floor of the theatre. Whether or not I all of these claimed to be liartlett men Is not known. Hut nil of them were up holders of Chairman Klloy. j A P1KCK OF STRATEGY. ' The capture of the convention by the liartlett ti.cn was the result of 11 sen sational bit of strategy. The Whltnuy men were badly foolrd. The fact that .1 trap hail b..r;n laid for them was known to many people days ago, even outside of the liartlett camp. Yet the Whitney it.cn appeared blind to the Im pending disaster until .1 few hours be. fore the convention nipt. The scenes on the outride of tho the atre while the conventions were being held occupied the closest attention 01 more than 'J policemen. When the con vention was culled to order a line of men clamoring for admission reached from the box office fuly 500 feet down the street. It was Just 10:."5 o'clock when the first striking scene of the day outside the theatre was enacted. A long line of men. two nbreast, moved rapidly across the common and up to tin- entrance of ttie thiatre It wat the Whitney army of delegates, which had nnrched from the Massnsolt House, headed by ex-Congressman William S. McNary and Jo-.-eph A. Conry. The lenders attempted to make their way Into the theatre through thi strong cordon of police bar ring tho way. They wcrf puhed Into the crowd and directed to get In line. Many of them forced their way Into the head of the II. le, hut the others seeing the pening HE Department Store AND i Stationery Press Store. many things we carry Tablets, Postal Card Albums, Wedding Cake Boxes, Letter Files, Fountain Pens, Paper Clips, Rulers, Scrap Books, Ink Stands, Microscopes, Pencil Sharpeners, Ey3 Shades, Letter Scales, Toilet Paper, Paper Napkins, Playing Cards, Ink Erasers, Pencil Erasers. KW9 tiselessness of this procedure remained on the outside. ' Plio rt,n.,1 a nrtM(fntlv rnwlnp .it the entrance to the theatre and verbal combats Wl(, the police were frequent. The police quickly made way for anybody who showed a blue or a red ticket, and the ricleratcs who stood In line weie forced to se hundreds of men rush ptst I thorn and rain ready admltUmce. All during the convention tho Whitney followers were bringing taes to the. lead ers of how easy It was to get lit with the tickets. SAW TICKETS SOLD. Charges were made by many who say they saw and heard of tickets being of fered and bought. The Whitney men charge, that hundreds of these tickets were distributed to the &irtiett men. Another charge was made that the men In the Sov odie.. eenst.-..i,tl v d Iserlminn t..d against men when they presented their ' mnvmtion undertook in his address te credentials for the admission tickets by I llennr tno rPnI lss""' of ''ing . (re taking a longer time to consider those j Ft- R'vln to f,ach 'ine-stlon Its ,1 , i...j,v.i,. 11.. iriM-urc ot importance as he saw ' liartlett men, thus holding them b-ick from the convention hall. The charge was also made that discriminations were madf over the taking up of credentials at the REUNION IN MIDDLEBURY. The 1-Hh Vermont neglinent to Meet There October IS. Fair Haven, Oct. 6. The 12th r unlon of the 14th Vermont Reunion is soclatlon will be held at Mlddlebury, Friday, October IS, There will be a business meeting held In the afternoon presided over by President Chnrles f. Peach of nurllngton. A campflre ser vice will be held ln the evening undr charge of Col. W. H. Munn of Troy, xr - nt.-.... ...tu ka nKn..t.iAj - - .4 N Y. Dinner will he provided and enrr.pnre rations served to all visiting comrades. RED SATURDAY and Over box office, the liartlett men oa a rule be ing able to retain tholr certificates while the Whitney men were forced to glvo , them up. The Whitney people aflsert that 1 they have iimny rtflldavits of men who charge, the most fraudulent practices ever known In nftnlrs of this kind. Many liartlett men, well as Whit ney men, left the line at tho entrance to the theatre In disgust and made no fur. thcr nltcmirt to get Into tho hall. THE REPUBLICaFcONVENTIOK rprfei't Harmony Trpvnlls All Itp nomlnntlnns Am. I.nrlnp Make n t'nod lilt on Ilnston'n gov ernment. I Tioston, Oct 6. Senator Lodge's lit 1 erary denunciation of the present city hall administration and of the "brag, boom and bluster" methods used to advertise Hoston, as If sho were a "busted cow town," was tho feature of yesterday's State convention. The convention met in Symphony hall with 1,202 of the 1,772 accredited dele gates present, nominated for re-election the entire list of present State officers and adopted a platform post poning action on tho tariff and making Issues of the "merger." alleged cor ruption ot city hall and the public record of one democratic cardldate. Incidentally, It estohllslipd two new records, both previously held in Itself One of these wRS the record for brev ity. The con volition lasted Just two hours and 15 minutes, and didn't have to hurry at that. The other was the record for har mony Not a word was spoken, not a m,otlon ,nn'lP tllat ,w "ol a0' ',',w'1 ln ntlvnnr"- No ''"'"t" "'" '" ' mnuU' 'xr,nt t0 rh'"'r' ,ln,"!" on tnP P""?'--- N'-thlng like It was n'" "" political convenrn-s began. I The full ticket renominated follows I Governor -Curtis Guild. Jr., of lies- ton. Lieutenant-Governor Fben s Draper of Hopedale. Secretary of State William M Ol - of Hoston. TretvHuter Arthur U. Chi pin of Hoi ikf Auditor Henry B. Turner nf Malde-i Attorney-General Dunn M-ilone ri nreenlleld. I THIN I.ODGF. PII ' i Senator Lodge, as chairman of and letting the po-ated shaft" of hi? wit a.nd sarcasm tali when ver tie spi med to do the most good. He declared that th Issues this year will he the financial condition of Hos ton, the expediency of the rai nail mergr, the relation of the express -om pmles and the Standard Oil enmprny to the radroads and the. records of the candidates as showing their ft-iess (" 1 unfitness to deal with the questions 1 which will come before the n. giver- Inor of Massachusetts. He pa d his respects to Mr. Wn'tney a the friend of corporations and , asked his hearers if they wanted to se the man who i-; financially Inter ested in the merger occupy the gov-rrno'-'s chair when that question comes tiefore next years legislature. Kor h-B part n sa!rt- ), ,fn"t want 3 ..... governor of that kind, (Continued nn tltli l'ngc.1 Sale 46