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BARES DAILY TIMES Subscriptions: Cr.t year, $3; one month, 25 ds. ; single copy, I cent, MnWrfi f.f the Publis,r' 1'rmw. The latest tf'H-trTaiUui; m-wt front ail parts ol Ihe wnrll are ronriTi'ii hy the Daily Tiuiuit uj to the hour til gomy; to i ras. Frank E. Lang ley, Publisher. Published Every Weekday Afternoon. Entered at the rwM"fIi at Biire rs second tlu--s matter. MOSD11T, NOVEMBER 1, JSW.1. Tim vru' claliv circulation of the Ba,rre Daily Tiroes for the week ending Saturday was 2,900 eopies, the largest rM circulation of any .daily paper la this section. "Times,fof .Course 99 That's what all the news boys say when asked which Barre paper sells the best. There is no . doubt about it. 'TU said that in the national house of representatives there are '236 lawyers, and yet this in . called an extraordinary ses sion. John Mitchell appears to have been the bin man In the national labor convention as be has shown himself in all recent labor activities, la which he has entered. Them were 30,000 people at the foot ball came In New Haven Saturday. It is probable that the New Haven pastors had no great difficulty in counting their con gregations yesterday. William J. Bryan will not accept an nther nomination for the presidency : no not even if it should be offered on a silver salver. Boston I ranscript. How like the declaration of Squire Dun nett of fit. Johnsbury, only different. in elderly Qulncy, Mass. lady, who, in her youth, was employed by President John Qnhicy Adams, celebrated the 00th anniversary of her birth Saturday by mak ln six pies. There are those who are sticklers for health who will aver that she was old enough to know better. The American Federation of Labor Boston turned down, by a decisive vote, at resolution providing that uuiontsts"ignore unfair injunctions by any capitalistic ju diciaries" bv "a spontaneous and united opposition which will render such com rnlinirs Imperative and bring them Into ridicule." Vermont and New Hampshire are likely to be the only states unrepresented at the St. Louis exposition New Hampshire residents are planning to make individual exhibits. It behooves the business me in this section to make an exhibit of Bar- re granite. Failure to do so would be big mistake. The state tuberculosis commission Is not to be a mere name, it seems. The members are planning to visit state and private sanitariums in New York and New Eng. land points, which have the care of con pntnptive patients. They will then pre- pare an Intelligent report which will presented to the next session of the Ver mont legislature. It is understood that they have already made' an exhaustive ex aminat ion of the conditions in this state and the results will be given In connec tion with their report. The legislature will be asked to provide a state sanitar- luru for patients afflicted with tnberculer coninlaUtts. The needs require that. such an institutiou be provided for, an that at no far future date. To those who have been watching the progress of the college football eleven this fall the results of Saturday's contests were In the nature of npsets. The defeat of Yale by 1'rinceton lands the latter at the head of the procession beyond doubt as the New Jersey team has won every game on its schedule and has been scored on ouly ouce, that time by the formidable Yale team. The overthrow of Harvard by the representatives of the seialler col lege, Dartmouth, is a rude awakening for Harvard supporters who must realize now that they have a team which is below me diocre. The final coutestof the big teams oomes next Saturday when Yale and Har vard meet. The winner looks like Yale, and If that Is to be the case, Harvard will be superceded by Dartmouth in the rank ing of this fall's teams, with Yale a good second to Princeton. ' William Coat Willie, how many times do you want to be told not to "butt In" vt)i'i your mother end my elf are talking? New York Times. Duttinir In. 2 I Gloves for the kids and all hand's. Good fit, good skin, good sewing and a good price for YOU. 10c to $3.00 per pair. Nothing more to say about them. Rogers k Grady Co., TOP TO TOE 0UTF1TTEKS, Quinlen Building, - Barre, Vermont. ABOUT THE STATE. Item of ' Interest Gleaned; From Oar Exchnnice. Mrs, Frederick Billincs and family of Woodstock have gone to New York to pass the winter. A letter received at the Bellows Falls post otUee recently was addressed "Mr. .Northwall role .New Hampshire Mel lows Falls Vermont America." .Joseph Brooks of Brandon is ill. Mr. Brooks is about fonr months over 100 ears old, and although blind, retains his hearing, strength and mental faculties to remarkable degree. John Oabjakle, a workman in the slate quarry of Norton Bros, near l'awlet, was nstantly killed inursaay aiternoon, jov. 2. bv a slab of slate falling from a loan that was being taken to the top. He leaves a wife and three children in Hungary. The Drurv Brick & Tile Co. of Essex has linished making brick for the season and most of the help have returned to their homes in Canada. Preparations are now being made for the building of a large kiln shed in the spring, .lhe business has been unusually large this season The purchaser of "Naulahka'thehome of Kudvard Kiptig. is Miss Mary Cabot, The house three miles from israttieoro, is n Dummerston and was built by Mr. Kip ling about eight years ago, the author occu nv iiff it for two vears. 1 lie purcnase in eluded the furnishings of the house. At a special meeting of the Bristol Board of Trade Thursday nlnht about 810,000 worth of stock was pledged and more Is in sight fr the rebuilding or te noveltv works, burned recently. It Is ex pected work will be begun next week committee was appointed to solicit more stock and report tonight. It is probable that a meeting will be held in the eatlv part of January to form a state organization of the National Lio uor Dealers' association. Aa elTort will be made to have the 140 licensees of the state brought Into the association that its objects chief of which Is to perfect the working of the license law may be more effectively brought about. The meetings of the county organization recently formed will b held on the afternoons of the sec ond Tuesday in each month at a place to be designated later. John E. Smith, keeper of the house of correction, liutland, is drilling twenty prisoners of the institution for the annual holiday entertainment which it has been customary for several years to allow the prisoners to give. This year there will be a minstrel show. The exact date of the affair has not been decided but it will nrobablv be soon after Thanksgiving. Mr Smith says that he hs some good material including several "real darkies", ana he promises the best show ever given at the institution. JINGLES AND JESTS. Sure Mnlllnlt Device. Mrs. Muggins Does your husband ever forget to mail the letters you give him? . Mrs. Bugglns No: I always see to It that he puts thorn In his cigar ease. I'b i) a d c lp h i a Record . Jnt a Jnletah. It seema that old Sir Walter Kalcigh Was in love with a maiden named Da- leiKh. I la quite lost his head Over her. it is snid; She waa doubtless a real hot tamalpigh. Milwaukee Sentinel. Sqo.'lohlnil Jlrn. Mrs. Tanner Oh, dear! believe I shall fly out of my skin. Mr. Tanner Yes, Matilda, when you fly I guess it will be out of your skin; certainly not while you are In it. Bos ton Transcript. The Girl In Fur. She's here again, the queen of all th lovely girls who reign From San Francisco's Golden Gate to Kenncbunkport, Maine! She's here In all her frlory. The theme of souk arid story Bha who our loving saz.e compels, whose charms set hearts astir- That bright. Incomparable miss, the dash ing girl In fur. The moleskin Is her latest fad, and yet she cleaves to ermine. Ah, which of these becomes her best - what critic shall determine? Yet Persian lamb and civet Our fond attention rivet, Though leopard Hkins and monkey coata ars seen on lovely backs To cover which dear old papa must pay an awful tax. AH, when, her billowy boa on, she hugs her dainty mult And nestles both her hands Inside, the very eight's enough To set a fellow guessing. Ills weakness fond confessing. And maka him long to fly with her (oh, foolish, foolish man!) To Madagascar, Honolulu, Egypt or Ja pan! Tha summer girl Is witching, with her gauzy waists find hose. And many a lay our poets warm have sung concerning those About their power to lure us And sundry Joys Insure us, Yet, though we may next year again go daffy over her, Today we worship, suns reproach, th dashing girl iu fur. St, Loins Post-Dispatch. B0X0URGHE-G0ELE1 "WEDDING SCEHES Extraordinary Acts cf Women Sightseers. BEAT POLICE WITH THEIR TIST3. Well Dreued Rlotern Hud to Be Carried. Kicking and fcrrBilna, From" Front of, the Church Some Crawled Down a Coal Hole at Side (it Church, Hoping to See the Ilride. Bridal Carriage Mobbed. Amazement and disgust were express ed on every side at the extraordinary spectacle presented by the rioting wom en at the Itoxburghe-Goelet weddipg In New York. Never before In the history of the city, it was agreed, had the city's sense of decency Ix-eu no outraged or the spirit of democracy so humbled. snys the New York American. Gossip over the wedding was over shadowed by the condemnation heaped upon the byster- leal acts of the mob. Even so ciety neglected the aftermath of u .ew lorn girl's . accession to a duchy to discuss tbo riot oiw dcnionstra tion of 7,000 women about the carriage of the bride. Women are the loudest in the expression of s h a in e caused them by the fact that their kind descended to such extremes, and students of "Well dressed women caught burrowing in to the church via a ' coal hole. sociology find in the incident evidences of a decay or American institutions that foretells evil for the future. For their failure to curb the mob the police have been subjected to outspoken criticism. Inspector McLaughlin was asked for an explanation of his failure to preserve order about St. Thomas' church. His report, which goes into the matter at great length, seta out the fact that the police were bullied be cause they had to deal with women, who cannot be handled with the same severity as crowds of men. His plans were made three days in advance of the event, the inspector says, but they were completely upset by the unparalleled number and feroc ity of the women who gathered, evi dently determined to enter the church at whatever cost to their dignity and refinement. Twice ho sent for re-en forcements, he nays, but never nt any time had ho sufficient men to cope suc cessfully with the infuriated women who boldly faced Lira and refused to stand aside. Bystanders pupport the in spector Jn his statements. There were in Women were found hiding lit tear pews. numerable instances where women liereely heat the policemen with their clinched- fists and had to be carried, kicking and screaming, from the front of the church. The tusk of the police was made immeasurably worse by the fact that many of the most persistent women were refined and intelligent in appearance, well dressed and appar ently of the highest respectability. Cut on? from enlrauce at the church doors, fifteen women, all well dressed, crawled down the coul hole at the side of the edifice In the hope of finding an underground way to get n view of the bride at the altar. Other women were found hiding in rear pews and were forced to leave. Still oilier women rushed to the side of the bride's carriage and thrust their arms through the door to feel the texture of the bridal gown. There is good reason for say ing that t h e duke and dueh- To feel texture of 0ia3 w(,r(, rt.lievC(1 bridal gown women , , . thrust their , arms great anxiety through carriage when they final door. iy reaped from New York. For five minutes during the time that the bride was absolutely at the mercy of the mob, with her car riage In the midst of 500 screaming and fighting women, all anxious to see her, there was Imminent danger of the carriage being overturned. The face of the duchess was pale and her eyes showed real terror as she crouched in a corner of the carriage waiting for the police to open a passage way for the carriage. And again after the ceremony, when she and the duke were returning to the residence of Mrs. Goelet, there was a period when the carriage was absolutely swallowed up in the mob. Great Wolf llnnt. The annual wolf hunt In the Kanka kee (111.) marshes will take place the day before Thanksgiving and will he the greatest event of its kind ever held iu the Kankakee district, says the Chi cago News. All the hunters and dogs In Kankakee county, with many from ether counties, will participate In the day's sport. The wolves ore unusually piontif'i' thf re'ir. M the ground dry. ltd ' m . m I l 1 l 1 jf i- -v. :-y-. "V J r t r .. I - S "V - ' m Loc f- Fur or Child's pclier. There- is a greater variety of Cloak Room than there will be later P m M hi Illinois Central Kcaclilnnr Out. Chicago, Nov. It). -At a special meet ing of the utockhoMers of the Illinois Central railroad held here the principal business transacted was the adoption of the proposition, submitted by ibe di rectors, for the purchase of the railway property, corporate rights and Iran chises of the following railroad com panies, which will he incorporated with the Illinois Central proper: The Kan toul -railroad, the Illinois and Indiana railroad. St. Louis and Ohio Hiver rail road, Christopher and llcrriu railroad Mounds and Olive Branch railroad ami Groves and Sand Iiidge railroad. la?r Death of Family. Uhrichsville, O.'. Nov. hi. Strange circumstances (surround the deaths of Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Scliwoeters and their ten-year-old daughter Marguerite of Leesville. The child died suddenly. Shortly before the funeral Dr. Schwect ers fell in convulsions beside the coH'm and died. That night Mrs, Schweoters sent the watchers from the room, and later she was heard to fall to the floor. She was dead when reached. Powder papers found indicated that poison had caused the deaths, hut the coroner-returned a verdict of heart trouble and apoplexy in all three cases. Democrats in S no port Treaty. Washington. Nov. 1(1. After discuss ing the Cuban reciprocity measure for three hours in caucus the Democratic members of the house of representa tives have agreed to a resolution by a vote of 05 to 15 pledging themselves to support the hill after effort has twon made to secure its amendment abolish ing the differential on refined sugar and eliminating the five year clause hi the treaty. A VnnderliUt Win nif. Asheville, N. C, Nov. 10. The suit of J. E. Hunt against George V. Vander bilt for $ 10,000 damages for injuries al leged to have been received during the blasting for the Young Men's institute, which Mr. Vandcrbilt was building, has been decided against the plaintiff. Mr. Hunt, it is said, will appeal the case; Kmperor William's Condition. Berlin. Nov. 10. It is said that Knv peror William's wound continues tc heal in a normal manner. The corre spondents here assert that the emperoi has already begun to speak a little in n low tone and that the irritation of tlm vocal orgaus is diminishing. The Tag li.she Kundsehau says it is rumored v Munich court circles that Kmperor Wil liam will shortly go to the lake of Gar da, in south Tvrol This is an invaluable medicine and tonic for all wasting diseases. It supplies physi cal strength, stimulates the appetite and tones up the entire nervous system. Price, 85c. Red Cross Pharmacy. Our Repairing and Remodeling OF Is ICqvial to New. Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed. A. C. 5PIRO, FUR. STORE. Sign of the Seal, 31 State St., Montpelier In the Write Always, AGood Fountain Pen We have them of various makes and prices. Wre will make right any seeming defect you may discover in a Pen purchased of us. Rememberwe are head quarters for Stationery and Sta tioners' Notions. BARRE BOOK STORE, CHAS. A. SKITS, Proprietor, Gordon Block. 140 North Hain St. The Best Hair Tonic We know of is " Prevention." It con sists of scientific head massage and cleanlicess. Let us treat your hair. Srofield & lager, Hairdressers il? U R S ,,r W nrer C oak. buir, your Garment at the uusy orest Ills P. & H. G. GLE Have a care what you wear next your skin. The quality and fit of your Underwear is just as important as the style and fit of your outer garments. The kind we sell the Forest Mills-gives universal satisfaction. We have just received our second lot of Ladies' Fleece-lined Pants and Vests, the kind we sell for 25c per garment. We also carry extra heavy Fleece-lined Pants and Vests for Kisses at 25c per garment. Children's and Infants' Underwear at all trices. Ladies' Natural Wool, White Wool and Camel's Hair Pants and Vests, special value at $1.00 pef garment. Misses and Children s Fleece lined and White Wool Union Suits and Ladies' Union Suits, specials at 49c. We are well prepared to take are cf your Underwear wants. Kisses' and Children's Fleece-lined Night Eobcs for 35c, 43c and 59c. Sizes, two to stxtecn years. Children's Fleece-lined Petticoats for J 5c and 19c. Sizes, two to ten yea"' SPECIAL FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY. Two hundred and fifty pairs of Boys' and Girls' Fleece-lined School Hose, sizes 6 to 9 1-2, value J 5c per pair. For Monday and Tuesday, if not all sold, only 10c per pair. Remember the maker cf this Hose guarantees every pair to give satisfaction. Fleece-lined Hose, good quality, for 10c per pair. - THE VAUGHAN STORE, 44 North Main Street, - - - Barre, Vermont. r FUR THE NORTH STAR MAKE. GUARANTEE WITH EVERY COAT. We have the largest and finest line of Furs we have ever shown. Prices, from $ J 2.00 to $JC0.00, Just a word about our Coon Coats. We think we have the pret tiest line of Coon Coats ever shown in Vermont and defy competition. We also have Astrachan, Lamb, Wombat, Brazilian Beaver, Siberian Buffalo, Bear, Australian Calf, Dog and Goat Skins. Also Fur-lined Coats. MOORE J 22 North Main St., We will give a written MEAKER BROS Choke Western Peef, Native Pork, Veal and LambJChambtrs'Eafydoraedia'comi,kt ,v. , POULTRY, OYSTERS, FRESH VEGETABLES. Special low prices on all Cut Meats Saturday night. MEAKER BROS., Successors to H. W. Scribner, North Main St., - - Barre, Vermont. Equal Distribution of Space! Now Listen to This! A perfect Shoe should contain not a single particle of space more than necessary, otherwise the Shoe be comes large and ungainly. The Dorothy Dodd Shoe leaves more space for the foot than any other Shoe we know of, yet the Shoe itself is absolutely smaller than the ordinary Shoe. That is because it equally distributes space. . . . THINK ABOUT IT . . . BADGER, McLEAN & CO., Where Price Fits Quality. 131 North HainwSt., Barre. w m w m uauc, omii, Mont- aiort, styles in our in the season. ASON & OWENS, ' . Barre, Vermont. guarantee with every Coat. Books for Sale! ShakesjwaK'jCo-pteUWorls JVob. a . Aveny novels Oulda, complete ,. 12 Vols. Bowkr'i Complete Works. I ve!i Dickens' Complete Works 20 Vols. George Elliot's Complete Works 18 Vols. Century Dictionary, comp. (cost $35.00) 10 Vols. Century Atlas. 1 Vol. Kipling's Complete Works 3 Volj- Also fifty other looks too numerous to mention. A chance for someone who wonts a good library. Address Books, Care of Times Office. Underwear!. COATS