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THE BABBE DAILY TIMES
Sabscrfptions: One year, $3; one month, j 25 eta; single oopy, 1 ewit. Member of the Publishers' Pre. The lut ed telfgri.hic upwi from all t-arta of tb world re r evolved by th l)liy 1 iiim op to lb. nuur of KotDK to prssa. Frank K. Langley, Pnblliher. PnblUhod Erv WeekdkT Afternoon. Kntered t the pontottloe at Brre it second cmM muter, j MONDAY, MAT 11, 1903. "Vint'"" The average daily circulation of the Barre Daily Times tot the week ending Saturday was 2,624 mmmm y ' - -'""'-"'"-'.rr'-N. ,KS i.vv ij copies, the largest paid circulation of any daily paper in thia section. The lUisslan Bear now gays that his movements in the far East were made only in fun. .Something like the funny bear hug. The perfunctory form of inspecting the Vermont National Guard has been gone through with. We are now ready to re ceive those Krag-.Iorgenen rifles." Brattlcboro has been counting up its loss during a twelve month and fiudii it has lost Estey, Hooker and Conland, "three of the strongest Individualities in Brattle- boro," as the I'hocnlx remarks. Any town can ill-aiTord to lose such strong men. E. Benjamin Andrews attempts to de fend John 1). Jtockefeller by saying that he -'came up from the ranks." Mr. An drewa probably means that he came up from the list of poor people, but he failed to add that John D. rapidly outgrew the ranks wherein he got his start. . There is a severe punishment waiting if the perpetrators of the dastardly deed of firing the Tilden house are caught, as it appears to be established beyond question that the house was deliberately set on fire, not only in one place but in several. Pos sibly those w ho committed the crime did not realize the gravity, of their offence when they applied the match to the prop erty. But that ignorance does not lessen the gravity of the offence In the least. The lire was set and the property was burned. It matters not whether the hand that ap plied the match was that of an unthinking youth, a drunken man or a maliciously a- dined individual, alt law-abiding citizens hope that the person or persons will be brought to justice and summarily pun ished. The property rights of people must be respected as well as their personal rights, and those who are disposed to (lis regard them need a salutary lesson. The fire was not the result of an accident and it is expected tl'ft the authorities of the city will not let the matter lest until it has been given i searching probing, and the responsibility placed. High flyers will find here just what's what for Spring Head pieces. It's the quality, not the price, that is way up at this store. Straw Hats, 25c to $5.00 each. Rogers & Grady Co,, TOP TO TOE OUTFITTERS, Quinlen Building, Barre, Vermont. i: JBGLES AND JESTS. Sow If. a Dart. " He was a musician, And she owned that his art i JVae above criticism When he played on her heart But now that they're married. He finds with regret That her "harp" has a plac la their constant duet. Philadelphia Bulletin. r Time tVn.ted. rallelte You'd be surprised If yon knew the amount of time spent on that canvas. rellette Yes; I understand men bare etood In front of It for hours trying to make out what It Is. Yonkera Statesman. v. Extraordinary Sale Women's Tailored Suits fntlilnUlnir Freshman. There once was a freshman named Green In R, Who fell down four fUcbta without mean In jr. The Janitor swore As he struck the ground floor, "'Twill take nil the afternoon cleaning!" 8 I I M m AT THE BUSY STORE. Beginning Wednesday, May 6th, and continuing until they are sold, we offer THIRTY SPRING SUITS, assorted sizes and styles, at only $8.75 each. They have all been . selected from our own stuck of High-grade Suits and are reduced from much higher prices. " P4 I m ABOUT THE STATE. JtPlllH of Apropos the complaints that have been made in this city regarding the insulting of women, the advice given by Judge Simpson of the Kewburyport, Mass., po lice court to two individuals last week ap pears to be (piite appropriate. Judge Simpson said: "I suppose you never heard of the aj;e of chivalry when men thought enough of women to honor and protect them. Yon had been drinking and that gave you a little courage to oiTor in sult to this woman. Every one has some kind of courage; some have courage to stand before the cannon's mouth in battle, while others manifest their courage in other ways. The kind of courage that leads men to offer insult to unprotected women is of the lowest to tell everybody, every man you see, and most dastardly sort. I want you to know that this court will protect women in every part of the city against the insulting language of men who seek to get a little applause from their fellow loafeis and bums, for such you are iri this way. 1 wish there was in this city a whippiug post as there was once near the old jail on Federal street, where the fact could be advertised that you were to be subjected to the same kind of humilia tion which you inflict upon women.'' , Interest Gleaned From Our Exchange. Brattlcboro citizens are subscribing to a memorial fund for a monument to the late Dr. James Conland. The amount of each subscription Is limited to 1. Not so much drunkenness and disturb ance has been noted thus far in Benning ton with six licenses as was usually seen in the same time when liquor was freely sold under prohibitory law. The Tlev. C, E. Pelty, pastor of the White Kiver Junction Universalist church, has received a unanimous call to take charge of the Universalist church at Bing haiiiton, N. Y, He has not decided wheth er to accept or decline the invitation. Thomas Howard, claiming to come from Albany, Kobert t'arr of Boston and Jo seph Coleman of Lee,Mass., were arrested Friday near Keadsboro on suspicion of be ing connected with the recent burglaries in that village and vicinity. Howard had $7;) sewed Into his shirt and carried a re volver, Carr had money and a knife while Coleman had neither. They were lodged In jail in default of bail. Antonio Amelio, an Italian well known in Bethel, is figuring in a divorce suit now pending in Boston. He was in charge of workmen on the Rochester railroad two years ago. lie has petitioned to have his marriage with Sophronia Day set aside on the ground that she has another husband living. The petitioner says he married her in 189t5 and that subsequently he es certained she had another husband living in Waterbury. It is learned that Raymond U. Smith, a rising young lawyer who lived at Wells River, and had a law oflice at Woodsville, has been committed to the McLean asylum at Boston, being tempora rily insane. His actions had been some- I what peculiar of late and while going from Aew i ork to Boston, In company with his brother, he became Insane and on arriving at Boston he was taken to the McLean asylum. It is hoped that the attack Is only a temporary one. It will be re remembered that Mr. Smith was atone time sergeant major of the Vermont Xa tiomiK.iuard and that he spoke at the Fish and Game League banquet at Isle La Mott September 0, 1W)1, when Vice President Roosevelt was present. Are p?i i ou wm Carriage Hunting? Then come to us. Our show room is the largest, our stock is the largest and, best of all, our prices are the lowest. We want every buyer to come in and test our statements; they'll wash. YOU OUGHT TO SEE OUR HARNESS, TOO. We have a fine display. COLLINS &C0LT0N, Vehicles, Harness, BUnkcts. Wholesale andJRetail. 84 State Street, Muntpelicr, Tt. 0. irCOLLINS. W. C. C0LT0N. Confederate Flag For 23. One of the most Interesting articles, considered historically, that were put up at the recent Kale of the Crlm col lection at the Fourth Regiment armo ry in I'.altimore was an old Confeder ate Hag of the Montgomery design, showing the seven sturs of the original Confederate states, says the Baltimore American. As the old banner, torn by bullets, faded and bedimrned by age, was brought to the auctioneer's stand and unfurled a wave of enthusiasm spread through .the hall. In putting It up Auctioneer O, A. Klrkland said that the flag was captured by Captain Farber of the United Slates navy prior to IStli while in the blockade service. The first bid, ?'J5, which was offered, was not contested, and the flag was knocked down to the Smithsonian In stitute for that sum. Novel I'.inonillon Feature. A Coral clock with a dial 100 feet in diameter will be one of the features of the St. Louis exposition. st. i.oui, io:. We hold the fiefs of the nations England, France, Holland and Spain. This Is the heirship of herors Marquette, Lusalle and Champlaln, Mallet and Bienville whose darlngr Opened the rivers to men, Won for thrir monarch new kingdoms, Made by Napoleon's pen. Ours, forest, desert and prairie, Mountains unquarrled, unmined; Ours, not for unthrift or plunder; Ours, but iu trust for our kind. Now, where the yellow Missouri Tossed the explorer's canoe, Swelling the Father of "Waters, Clouding his crystalline blue. Here have we reared us a city Soon to he stored with a spoil Gathered afar, and our harvest Tithes of a century's toll. II( re are the hoards of the mountains, Here are the fruits of the plain. Fabric of loom and of anvil. Triumphs of muscle and brain. Nations, whose glorying banners Erst In our wilds were unfurled. See what the lands ye uncovered yield for the weal of the world! Be and exult In the promise. Bright In the westering sun, That which the races have tuilded AH may Inherit as one! -Arthur Guiterman In New Tork Times. Wednesday and Thursday. May 1 3th and 1 4th. WANAMAKER & BROWN'S ENTIRE LINE OF WOOLENS will be displayed at our Tailor Shop on Wednesday and Thursday, May 1 3th and 14th. This is a good opportunity to get Tailor-Made Suits at popular Prices, O. W. BOYEA, Averill Block, Barre, Vt. Merchant Tailor. The VauRhan Store! FIVE DOZEN F. C. and AMERICAN BEAUTY COR SETS GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE. ML. I The Union Clothing Go. I is pm -a zm OLD SKATING RINK, OPPOSITE DEPOT SQUARE, tt t5 : pm is Z z,m 5 pm z pm pa pm ' S1 3i Formerly occupied by the Combination Cash Store, has thrown its doors open to the public with the newest, largest and most com plete line of MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, - FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, etc., that can be found in this county. Sad to say, about eleven weeks ago we were awakened by the sound of the fire alarm and soon found that our store, then known as the UNION CLOTHING STORE, situated in the Currier Building, was on fire, and despite every effort to save our stock of goods they all went up in smoke. But we determined to reopen as soon as circumstances would allow, and we have spared no time, money or labor in securing another store. We have succeeded in leasing this store for a term of years, and have made many alterations and repairs on the same to make it suitable for our business. We now have a store that is in viting to all visitors and the buying public. " We Have Risen Again From the Ashes 2? HZ. m 5F i ml ml In greater strength and determination than ever, and are open for business. We welcome you all to our new store and will be pleased to see all our old friends and many new ones, whether you buy or not. It will be our policy, as heretofore, to carry the best of every thing in our .line for everybody and at all times of the year, and all ml goods will be sold at reasonable prices. We will guarantee everything l we sell and your money back if goods are not found to be as repre- sented. All goods will be marked in plain figures. One price and equal treatment to all, and it will be our aim to make this store the mz leading establishment of its kind in the county. We have engaged S a number of our old clerks and added several new ones, who will be pleased at all times to serve you in a polite and satisfactory manner. Thanking you all for past favors bestowed upon us, and hoping to be favored in the future with your early and repeated calls and to receive a share of your patronage, we remain Yours as ever, Ml m " ws mk ml ml Su, m mil mZ Union Clothing Co., OldJSkating Rink, Opposite Depot Square, Barre, Vt. A 1 ' r 2 t ' ' E 1 . 1L ' "f t htm If Mi Lin . Is considered by women as the popular beverage for an entertainment. This being true, you should have the BEST TEA obtainable. Our Teas are care fully picked from the choicest plants and basket dried. Try them. OUR OLD HOLLAND COFFEE " is the finest Breakfast Tonic you can get. Once used you'll want no other. LINLY A. AVERILL. Telephone 45-2, 200 North Main Street. si) j,'':;--'. i x t i t I! f " AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 279 Kalamaioo Corset Co., Sole Makers UHlils AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 779 Kalamazoo Corset Cs Makers We have just completed arrangements with the Kalamazoo Corset Company, the makers of the celebrated F. C and Ameri can Beauty Corsets, to give away the above number of Corsets free of charge. Our unusual offer, which is very easy for you to understand and just as easy for you to accomplish, is as follows: To every lady who will bring to our Corset Department a pur chaser for one F. C. or American Beauty Corset, at the regular retail price of $1.00, we will present a Corset of the same make in any style or color absolutely free of charge. Sale Begins at 10 A. M. May 11th, 1903. The Corset given you free is the reward for your services in helping us to introduce these Corsets to the lady whom you bring with you, for we know that she will be so well pleased that she will come back for another Corset of the same kin ! when the first pair has worn out. This is a bonafide offer made to intro duce these goods and will positively not be repeated. These Goods Are Displayed on the Second Floor. J. W. VAUGHAN, H. Z. Mills' Old Stand, 44 North Main St., ... . Barre, Vermont. W e Cloth Fellow! ittle man, his elder e The Man, the Boy and the Little This store meets life in all phases. The the bouncing youth, the marrying man, brother and the husband of his mother-in-law we clothe them all and any store that caters to all classes is pretty sure to care for each one better be cause it cares for all. You'll, never pay too much for your Clothes or wear poor Clothes if you buy them here. We can give you Ready made, Made-to-order or Tailor-made. Satisfaction guaranteed always. loofe & Owens, Successors to D. M. Miles, X22 North Main St., Barre, Vermont. Is the time to pack away your Winter garments. TV avoid the moth use a little of Drown's Cam phor Gam or Moth Balls. E. A. DROWN, 48 No Main St" Opp. Nat'l Banll.