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Tl-IE VERMONT PIKEXIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1003.
2 BRATTLEBORO LOCAL NEWS. HOLLAND P. FREEMAN. THE OPENING GAME. Big Crowd, Fine Weather and Everything Auspicious. i r inciniiti' in MiT,ii.iriii(ih i'-; pii- nnl.i. I'olib nml Iv.i. h Wer, iji, hat ler ('il tl1' fph"MiMi 1' rtel . l'lll- lulr wlll ,. iwi vnme ori tlie Urmk lde I'.irk '.'I. iinN row. the Sopho- j iniTr- In l i' fntvti'Hin nnd I'.i .ittleboro i Armli n In the nfU riMon. Y. M. C. A. and Cathollc Unlon Wlll Play Toinorrow Two Gamcs Me morlal Day Schcdule for the Sea son. Tlie Hrnttlcl'oro lluse lliill Leamie mci koii h ul iiu ausplclous openlng laxt Sattir U.i. Tlii1 Weather wos llne aml a lnrge cro 1 w.is prereiit. The Riiine wuw nol as i li-e a contest ns linil been hopeil for. lyit It guvu the vntuitiishod tonm nn 0'poitJiilt to note Itn U'eal! imlntK. 11 vtas .1 gooA g.imc. however, aml Interesl eil the crowd. The prellmlnnry urrnnso-niciii- were cnrriod uiit mibatuntiall) ai niiiiouneed lust Vteck. Tlie Klrst Iteftl mtiil band left thelr heudiiuarlers about o clock and niurched down Mnln Htreet to tho V. M. C. A. rooms. Tlie aK purlatiun toam fell in behlnd tlie band aml marclied to tlie Wheel club heud iu.irteri, whcre the lcnni ro)ro!etitlnn that oi-jrnnlzntlon was waltliiK. Tlio baiul aml the two toams retumed from KMot street and proceedod np Mnln stteet ns fnr as the town lin.II and tlicn went to tlie b.ill Ki-onnds. Tne Riime was Ht.irtcd pmmptly at 3.30 by 1'inplre Sanders. JIaor lilodRi'tt was glven nn ovatlon n lio took the liltcher-s liox to twlrl the lirst bal!. Ilo put lt KtralRht nvcr the home jilate, bnt the batsmnn, Waltor Hroolis o the Y. 51. C. A. team, mlssed lt and the crowd gnve Mayor lllodgett nnother cheer. The Wheel cltlbbers took tlie lead nt the st.irt, scorlni? 2 to 0 In the llrst InnliiK. and lroni theii on there was no tlme when they were not rensonably snre of wlnnlim. Kllls pltehed a llne same. glv Iiib tne assoclatlon boys only one run after the thlrd InnliiR. They slmply cotild not falhom hlm. On tho other hatul the Y. 51. ('. A. tenm was weak In the box, nnd the heavy hltters ln the Wheel club tcam soon plled up the runs. Atter the flfth InnlnB Kamcs retlred from the box and lirooks llnlshed the Kame, but the chaiiKO dld not make any marked dlfference wlth the luck ot elther team. The best Ileldlng was done by March and Stolte, whilo Ferrlter aml Allen made some handsomo catches. Wheel Club. I.. Allen, c. Stolte, . W'nlte. in. Kllls, p. Tasker, -b. lteed, lb llniMir, lb. (llhoii, r. It Allen, 1. l'crry, r. TotnK Y. M. C. A. V. Ili ooK'i. e. I. . Stutloid, lb. Miirch, i I). Youuir, s. .IoliuoiT, m. I'ei iiter. 3b. II. Ilrook. r. t. Tiickei'. 1. Kuim.'-. p. D.Stalloiil.'.r. TotaN, Score by Inn V. W. C, Y. 5t. C. A., Two-base hlts, I.. Allen, Walte, Tasker Brasor, Y .Brooks, Ferrlter. Three base hlts, 1,. Allen, Tnsker. Stolen bases, Walte, Glb.son, 51arch Eames. linse on balls, 5Iareh 2, Walte, Tasker. Struck out, by Kllls !). by Kames 2. Double plays, 5Iarch to Stafford, Brasor to Itced. Tlme, lh, 30m. Umplre, Sanders. The Q. H. S. Fleld Oay Summaries. The B. 11. t. Ileld day nports ut thp K.ilr Btouinls rlil.i were Well ntteiuled. The Jnnlorx won. Imln to thelr ciedll iHl polntn n II tor the seiilois, 10 for the sophoniciris and uvo lnr the fredhmen. Kollowlng: 1 the simmary of eveiits: KJ-ard danh. wmi h Ainold, '03; Satideis. l. 2d; Atixtln, 'oj, 3d; 5lack, '01, 1th. Tlme not taken. llop, nlilp and Jullip. wo, by Klmbull, '01; llawley, 'ol. 2,1; Snmlerx, '01, 3d; Kallie, '03, Ith. lHstaim-. ;:o't reel. Ijuarter-mlle run. nmi by Samler. '01; .Arnold, '03, 2d; Klmliall. 'irt, 3d; 5Iack. '01, 4th. Tlme, 1 mlniite. 1 1-5 necond. HtandlnK broad Juinp, tvon by Ktmball, '01; ,undei. 'of, and llawley. 'i4. tled for 2d; HU'e, 'u3, 3d. Dlxtance, 8 feet. A bnwe Imll nnme wlll bo plaed today lietween the rnlor aml the three other clast'. wblrh wlll ftle the nlnnera a oertaln mimlif t of pnintK to be ndded to iht'li- Helil il ,y eore. THURSTON-FULLER WEDDING. All. u. 1 II. Tll. l'll. a. i:. li 4 4 7 8 4 II li 4 2 2 1 3 a .-. 1 4 ." II (I 0 ,"i II II II 3 2 II 4 I) 3 II 0 2 2 .- 1 2 2 11 0 II .- 2 2 3 3 1 II 4 1 2 2 (I II 1 r .i :i ;; l ii l 1 l 1 l o II II 41 17 2.1 31 27 12 4 All. It. 1 lt. Tll. fO. A. K. 1 1 1 2 7 0 1 4 J) 1 1 4 II II 2 2 11 .-. 2 II 4 II II II 1 il 1 4 1 1 1 1 0 1 4 II 1 2 3 3 1 p, 4 tl 1 1 1 1 1 4 I) ' 1 1 1 1 2 11110 2 2 II 0 11 II II II :i7 .' 10 21 7 g ngs, 123450 "S9 23302041 x-17 0130000105 Starksboro Minlstcr Came to Brattle boro for Hls WlCe, a Well Known Teachcr In Centrevllle. Wltll fotmalltlea dlapenxed wilh as fnr a. piwKlhle MlHh ldi Mae FulK-r, tbe well known -n-hool .iciier, wi-" innriled Wednesday to lte. Jobn Krnnklln Tluusion. inmtor uf the Baptlst cliureh in .Stark-dtoro. thlx tate. The weddini; took plni-e at 12 o'll.uk .it tlie home ot the brlde's nlster, 5lrs. H. Wllcux, at 1 Uullook street. Itev. Georse It. liwsnn, of the l'lrst I!aptlt ehurch, perromliiK the ceremony, usIhb a sliiRle rlnu ser vice. About 3ii roliitlvex and frlends were prest nt. Tlie we Idint; iarty con slsted ol' 5lr and 5Irs. Kzra O. Wllcox of liieentlelil. 51ass., who were best niiill and brldeMiiald, Wnrner Ilopklns, one of the brlde's puplls. .!n; was rliiB bearer, and the brlde, tirldesmald aml mlnlster. The ci'remony was performeil under nn arch ot laurel wlth mountaln plnks for a background. The llreplace wns banked wlth palms and white tlowers. tho stalr case was festooned wilh laurel, and the illnlng ronm was deiirated wlth lauiel and snow balls. The brlde was g I ln ecru batlste, trlmmed wlth 1; hlfTun and lace. She cariied a ...j.....t of lllles-of-the valle. Tlie ljrlclcKin.il. I dress was white over pluk. She carrled earnatlons, At the concluloii of the eremoiiy eongrtula tlons were extended and refreshments were serveil. after whleh Hev. and 5Irs. Thu.'ston went south nt 2.27 to vlslt In lloston and Lowell. .Mass. They wlll re tur. north throuch Xew Hnmpshire, vlslilng '.n Concord, Plymouth and Kxe ter. They wlll keep house In Starksboro, whcre they wlll be nt home after July 1. They rccelved mauy haiiusome glfts of silver, llnen, cut glass, etc. Among those present at tlie weddlng were 5Ir. aml 51rs. Wllllam Xewton aml daughters. Oladys and Della. llrs. Sarah Kllnt, 5Ilss Ksther ruller and 5t!ss .Marlon Klllner. all of .Sprlnglleld. 5Iass.. 5Ir. nnd 5Irs. Kzni C. Wllcox ot Greeiitleld, 5Irs. ' ieorse Goodrlch ot .Mlllers Fnlls, ' 5Iass , and 5Irs. Italph K.Hdwin of White Ulver Junctloii. , 5Irs. Thurston 1s a duughtcr of 5Irs , r.ucy A. Fuller, both of whom havo llved wlth 5Irs. Wllcox the past three yenrs. ' She Is n graduate of the fulversl'tv of A'ermont at Burlington. She came to . Brattlelioro ll-e years ago. and for the past tluee jcars has tuught school in , Centrevllle. 5Ir. Thurston is u stranger In Brattleboro, but both he and 5Irs. , Thurston have the heartlest good wishcs of 5Irs. Thurston's wldo aciualntance. Tho executlvo committee of the league met Tuesday evenlng and adopted a schedule for the season. It was declded to have the Cathollc Unlon and Y. 51. C. A. teams play tomorrow and to have two games 0n 5Iemorlal day, the second game on that day belng put off until 4.13 o'clock so as not to Interfere ln any way wlth the patrlotlc observanco ofthe day. Following Is the schedule: 16, Wheel Club vs. Y. 51. C. A. 2J. Y. 5t. C vs fnlhnll TI,il,, 30, Cathollc L'nlon vs. Wheel Club! u", wneel Cluu vs. Y. 51. C. A. 0, Y. 51. C. A. vs. Cathollc Unlon. i 13, Cathollc Unlon vs. Wheel Club. i 20, Wheel Club vsr Y. 51. C. A. : 27. Y. 5t. C. A. vs. C.ithnlln ITnl,,,, 4. Cathollc Unlon vs. Whpnl Clnii 4. Y. 51. C. A. vs. Cathollc Union. 11, Wheel Club vs. Y. 51. C. A. 13, Cathollc Unlon vs. Wheel Club. is, neei uiuu vs. i . M. C. A. 2o, i . 51. C. A. vs. Cathollc Unlon. 1. Cathollc Unlon vs. Wheel ninli. 3, Wheel Club vs. Y. 51. C. A. &, Y. 51. C. A. vs. Cathollc Unlon. 13, Cathollc Unlon vs. Wheel Club. 1!l. WliP.il f'liiU v -t r A 22, Y. 51. C. A. vs.' Cathollc Unlon. -j, v-amoiic L iuon vs. u neci Club. 5, Wheel Club vs. Y. 51. C. A, 7 ri tlinlln ln!,m Whc.l r"l.,l 7,' Y. 51. C. A. vs. Cathollc Unlon! This schedule, includlng the- game nlready played, glves a total of 23 games. Wednesdays, wlth the exceptlon of July 15, Aug. 5 and Aug. 19, are left open for poslponed gnmes. Jlay 5Iay 5Iay 5Iay June June June : June July July July July July July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. GRANGE NEWS. Brotectlve Orange wlll eelebrate Its 30th nnnlversary Wednesday eventng. .May The meetlng wlll open nt 7 o'clock. The thlrd aml fourth degrees wlll be con ferred, and tho harvest supper wlll be served, to whlch every member is expect ed to contrilmte liberally. State 5Iaster Bell aml other dlstlnBuished guests are expected to bo present. At tho regular meeting A'ednesday evenlng 5Irs. A. J. Currier, who had charge of the program, entertalneil ihe Orange wlth a mock trlal. She was as slsted by 5Irs. Uella, Alwood, 5Irs. 5Iay Kdwards. 51rs. Harry Simuhllng, 5Irs. Iil8 Clark, 51rs. Goldsmlth, 51rs. 5Iarla , S.irgent, 5llss Zella Johnson. 5llss Xelllo I 1-Mdy, A. A. Atwood. V. D. K. Stowe. 1'. S. Kames and A. J. Currier. Thls was 1 followed by tableaux nnd a song by 5IIss Kva Sanders. After the meeting' cake, i cocoa and lemonade wero served In the b.imiuet hall. .Mr. and 5lrs. Bwlght Goodenough of Springlleld, 5Iass., who are charter members of l'rotectlve Orange. i were the guests of honor. Tho batierles In tomorrow's game wlll be: For the Cathollc Unlon, Wllllamson nnd Klng; for the Y. 51. C. A., StafTord nnd Brooks. Tho lligh school sophomores bent I'ow- Bcnjamln F. Jones of Pittsburg, who was the chalrman of the Repuullcan na tlonal commltteo duting the Blaino cam paign In 1SSI, Is dead at the ago ot 79. Statlstlcs complled by the board of health show that the populatlon of the city of Xew York Is increaslng at a phe nomenal rate. ln tho borough of 5Inn haltan nlono the gnln In the blrth rate In the llrst four months of thls year was 2000 over the samc months last year. Thero has nlso been nn enormous gnln by forelgu Immlgration. lt ls estlmatod that the total galn ln populatlon of the clty slnce tho oenus of 19m was taken has been 3'io.Oil. DIFFERENT THAN other soaps. It makes woolens and linens as soft as velvet and vhite as snow, without weak ening or shrinking the fibre. ' Less labor, hence more in favor. Such is unli ght Small Prico Blj Cake Flvo Cents 1 1 1I1H'I Ul 11 ind Falthful Employe of the E3tey Organ Company 20 Years Dled Friday Evenlng of Brlght's Dlsease. One of Ilrattleboro's miwt lilRiih e -leeined cltlitfus pnssed awnv Frlclny c , i - liiB ln the deitth. iitnn ii il lin'k llollnlid IV fieeman at hls biine .H Cedni street. Mr. Kivom.ni i m old. Ilu wns Iwirn ln W.nd-b.,i ,i -,., 1S43. tll enrly llfe wn p, nt ln f,irtnin4 ln Wnfdsboro, Xewl'ani- .nnl i,er ,m l ln the latler plare be .I-m , .,i,, i, , inlll In the matuifncturo ! i ills bur k, i elc. I le i .ime to llrnltlebiti ,i i . ur- .i i. aml alter n few montlii enic n ,l tbe , m ploy of the ltey t)ri.in i .nnp.inv wlmni ln u.ive mit n m- ears. rWiiig to Ihe puit,ni .. lemieni ol one ot the d p.tri 'ii, nt .Mti inl, d the Klrsl H,ipt.i ln.i.h ! .in 'iin.-er ln Alph.i i i.IkIhm ,.r llonnr. llis death fnll.iwcl m il'in .i nin.' wn k wilh HrlKht' -li i 5Ir. Krei'in.iii maiiiid .Mi- I'.il, n llnwc ol Kast Dniiv ln tsiil Thev h.i.l four rhlblien. one of wlnm ' dn d ln ln 1 . i The suilii,u ililMi.n :n, In.i. wili- "i .1 C. A.t- ,, W.iti-rioun. N. Y 51.111, Wlfe of Cli.ub- T II. nv le of it irdi r. M.i . ,in l ll.inv f Kre, . mnn, elerk lu the Brattleboro p.i-iolllic Beslilrs bls wll'e and rhlldten 5Ir IYe, -mnn Is nlso survlved b. hls mntlier. Alrs. Joshtin .Moore of l'liestirll'1,1 N. II.. a slster. 5lr W. W. Sinlth ol i Mn-l. i ileld. aml n b.ill bnnber. Alm.md M" m of nrtlsboro. Tho lunei.'il w.is helil at the hoiie at 2.30 o'clock Sunday, Itev. (leorge 1! I.aw s.in. pastor of the Klrst BaptM cliurih. oltlelating. Tlielo was a large .ilteml ance. nearly all ol Mr. Kreeinnn's fellow workitien show lng 'thelr respect by llielr preseiu o nnd there many trlbutes of beautlful llowers. Includlng iileee-i from the mpiies at the Kstey faetorles and the lvstev ()ri;nn eoiupany. The burlal was ln Mornlnissldc n melery. the benrer belng K. I.. I'arker, J. 11. Wrlght, C I.. Piper nnd K. li. Thnyer. 5Ir. Kroeiiinli's llfe was one of eoustani devotlon to thoe he lnved. and of falth ful gunidlniishlp of the Interests of thoe he served. Ile was a "inlet man. but he took more thati a paslnR lnterei ln thliiRs whleh eoneeined the well-belnR of the town. glvlng of hls tlme and Inllu eiue ln tbe dlrectlon of what he belleved to be rlght. Tln- hlKhpt ideals of eltl Zenshlp were eemplllled ln hls own man ner ol lhiiig. aml hls pei-son.il charneter and attrlbutes w ri of the nolilest type. MEMORIAL DAY PLANS. Sermon in Universalist Church Next Sunday James F. Hooker Wlll De liver the Memorial Day Address. The observanee of 5Iemorlal iln has lKtMi mapped out as follows: (ln next Sunday mornlug the memlH"rs of Sedg wlek post wlll nieet ln Grand Army hall at 0.3o o'clock to atteml serviee In a body In the I'nl' ersallst ehurch. Tlie memberx of the Woman's Belief corps wlll meet in the vewtry. The memlers of the post wlll meet nt the town hall at 1 o'clock to go to West Dummerston for the ustial ob servanee there. On Kriday mornliiK. M.i 29, the post wlll meet nt Grand Army hall at 9.30 to atteml the exerclses of tbe Illgh school, nnd at 1.30 to atteiid the Canal street school exerclses in the I'nl ersnllst ehurch. Princlpal WhitakiT. In behalf of the schools, extends a siieeial Invltatlon to nll members of the post to be pieoiit. The exerclses In the churoh wlll be by the llrst, second, thlrd and fourth grades. There wlll also be exer clses In ihe Illgh school roni at 2 13 o'clock by the tlfth. slxth. sevenih. elghth and nlnth gnides. All parents .md frlends are lnvlted. A detachmeut from the post wlll go to West Brattleboro Saturday morning. 51. i 3i), to perform the usual serUe of dii ratlon. 5Iembers wlll meet In thelr h.ill at S.30 for that purpose. At 1 o'lloek tln post wlll meet to atteml the exerclses In the Audltorlum, whcre the address of m, day wlll lw dellvered l James I'. Hooker. .Members are !iiiiosted toappear ln full unlform at all thee servlce aml to wear the regulation Iwdge only. A!l nssoclate memberfl are cordlally lnvlted to atteml any or nll of the servhes, Atter the address the processlon wlll matcli to the comnion, headel by the l'lrst lteglment band. coniaiiy I. Klrst Vermont Iteglment. dolng escort duty. The processlon wlll go tlience to Pros poet lllll cenietery, nnd detnehments wlll be sent to the Koinan Cnthollc and .Mornlngslde lemeterles. ' The features of the servlce ln tbe I'nl vcrsallst church Sunday wlll 1k a ser mon on " ldeallsm ln Amerlcnn IJfe," by Itev. lt. K. 5larvln. two songs by .Mrs. Pratt. "l.lke as the llart." Allltsen, aml " Pralse of Sprlug." Cowen. and two songs by 5Ir. Brasor, " Hosanna," Granier, and " The Uugler," Adanis. Contrlbutluiib of llowers to be uodln the varlous cemeterles niay be left ut the Audltorlum next Kriday afteinoon or Saturday morning. RUM VICTIMS ARRESTED. Busy Day in Pollce Court Mrs. Pat- ric Austin "Flew the Coop" Court Collected $87, Fines and Costs. Slx ariests for Intoxlcatlon nnd two for dlsturbance of tho peace Is the pollcc reiord tor last Saturday. That immber of arrests is moro than onc-IKth tho total niiinliei of arrests for all causes for the entlre year ptecedlng tho last vlllage meeting, as shown by Chlef-of-Police llalls aiinual report. Charles Deyo, stone mason, was tho llrst vlctim. Ilo was uiiwted on Klllot street, ploaJed gullty to tho chargo of Intoxlcatlon andj wns nncu anu cosis, aiuouiuiug iu $lii,2", whlch ho paid. ln tho afternoon Chlet Ilall and Pollceman Amldon ar-ie-i.d iim.itlo iiurneti of West Brattle boro, who was Intoxlcnted on 5Ialn street. ln the oveulng ho pleuded gullty and wns flned to and costs, amountliig to $11.20, whlch he pald. Durlng the ovenlng Chlof Hall wns sent for to nrrest 51lchael i Cavanaugh, known ns " Stcojile Jack," ' who was maklng a dlsturbance at hls j home. Wheii Chlof Ilall arrlved at tho house Cn nnaugh hnd gone, but Pollce- I man Wordcn Jugged hlm d.urlng the j exenlng. ! On the samo night, botween 11 o'clock and mldnlBht, Chlef Ilall aml Pollcenicn , Wordcn nnd Warren vlslted tho locallty I known as the ' Cold Sprlng." nenr Klm street brldge, whlch has como to bo a favorlto resort for drunks, belng dijrk nnd nw.iy lroni-publlc g.ize. l.ong hefore , rcaclilng tho idnco tho sound of Indecent songs nnd loud talk told the olllcers 1 lilalulythat they weie not on a frultlcss vlslt. Knch oillcer nrrested one person. i nnd two others who were less Intoxlcnted got nwny. Those arrcscd wero 5Irs. ('Ml.'k Austin. 5llchael Kelley and i John Xlles. Jlrs. Austin was allowed to nleop In the mnln room In tho lock-up, Init nll others wore put In cells. On Sun day morning, lt nppearlng ndvlsablo to glve tho men tho freeilom ot tho maln room, 5lrs. Austin was allowed to go home wlth her husband, who became re sponslble for her appearanco ln court 51ondi' morning; but when 5Ionday morning cnmo the bird. for such she wns, hnd tlown. Chlef llull fnuiid that sho lot town on tho " owi " traln ln the , morning. The fact was gratlfylng to tho odlcers, who consldered that her room , v.as more to bo dcslrcd than hor com- pany, The other prlsoners wero llned fo ' and costs, nmotmtlng to 111.20 In pno case j and J12.20 in tho other two cases, nll of whlch was pald by persons other thnn tne responaents. Chlef ITnll snld that ho wns sent for some tlme ngo to arrest Kelley. but that Kelley left tho state. Kelley's mother nsked tlmt he be allowed to return on promtso of good bohavlor, whleh was ilone. Ue returned home about n week bofore hls arrest. When nrrested he linit 1M 1 Imiiiiinil' rTrTTI I C AN0M INTOlcA. ,('KiTeoSat"lNO Buring Convalescence Recovery is hastened, health restored and vitality renewed by the use of ivNHEUSER-Rc... TNA0C MARK. The perfect malt tonic. A food liquid form. It qiiickly builds All drugglsts selt lt. Preparefl by th Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Loulj, a. S. A. uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii 1 For Summer's Drives I am prepared to supply the wants of nll E owners of horses, having just received a car- E s load of ! Wagons, f Surreys, f f Buggies, f TWO-SEATED WAGONS. f Also have 2d-hand Wagons and Harness 5 E taken in exchange, and a full line of all E kinds of ! New Harness, f ! Blankets, Robes, Etc. f HENRY R. BR0WK, Livery at Old Ray Stand, Main St. 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiT iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii n in in nin ii ii inn i 1 1 i in n imiim iiiii ii in in iiiiinif j CAIN & TZARD I "ADrowningManWillCatchataStraw" Therefor', tf you are to CATC1I as it were at a dilicrent tailor, let US personate the STRAW. We '11 save you With a splendtd line of Woolens z E for sprins and summer wear to select from, we can make you a pleasing E E suit Z20 to S34 Trousers S6.00 to Sio.oo. s Ladies' Suits to Order. Knife Plaiting at Short Notice. I 1111111111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlE C. P. GILS0N, Llcensed Auctloneer for Ver mont, New Hampshlre and Massachussets. I have atmyfurniture rooms, No. 1 Pleasant St., a large stock of second-hand furni ture, stoves, carpets and bed ding for sale cheap. Antique furniture a spec ialty. Spot cash paid for all ktnis of furniture stoves, carpets and bedding. Parties breaking-tip housekeeping or leav ing town, wlll do well to consult me. I vill also furniih a good m3n to lay carpets, hang curtains, do upholstering, pack or crate furniture for moving or any small jobbing. He will charge only by the hour, will furniih excclsior and burlap for pack ing, also lumber for crafing, at a vcry reas onable price. Give me a call, either by mail or telephone at No. : Pleasant St., Brattle boro, Vt. Very respectfully yours to serve, C. P. GILSON, Auctioneer. HEAVY TRUCKING MOVING SAFES, BOILERS and all Heavy Work a Spccialty A Modern Furniture Van aiMed to 111) loiiaei e,iuiiiueiit cnnMe me to tfiianinte- .ltltllltCPll 11. mo ing Household Goods and Pianos. 'V HAY, STRAW, GRAIN AND FEEDS OF ALL LINDS kcpt eoiit:intli i,n h.ind H O RS E S FOR SALE f " Dra't. Cnsu Ii. Fuini a;.'! r.imil) u-. G. E. GILMAN, 80ElliotSt. Telephone a piat of iilnsUi In lus hip l"" '' ' Tlu boltle got broli, n I tl hls pocket and the contents lierfamed the lock-up durlng ihe nlght. Kelley and Cavanaugh each p.ibl $U and io"is. amountlng to $ 1 5. 4-. for dlsturbing the penee, Kelley for tumultu ous oonduct ainl Cavanaugh fnr assault ing hls W'lfe. The prosecutlons ln all these cases were made by Stnte's Attorney A. F. Sohwenk, and Justlcc Wm. S. N'ewton presided nt the hearlngs. Hoth they nnd Chlof Hall gnve the prlsoners some sound advice l'foii- leleaslng tbein. The nmoiint collected ln tlnes nnd costs was about JS7. WEST BRATTLEBORO. Oscar Covey has moved from I'red ilc Clure's house to the Stebblns ljouso 011 Ilolauder street. The flre dlstrlct has bulld a new rcser voir opposlte the Hond houso nnd ls re palrlng the old one nenr Henry Siulers's. A new lron nmn-hole wlll le put In at the reservior on tlie comnion. At tho C'ongregatlonul church vestry next Wednesday ufternoon at 3.30 o'clock the Woman's nssoclatlon will hold a mothers' meeting, nt whlch Mrs. llelle C. Kiiowltonv wlll read n very lnterestlng l.ilH'r. All woinen are cordlally lnvlted. THE THOMPSON TRUST FUND. Kilwanl liellows, tS), former paymn.ster dlrector, l". S. N retlred, dled at hls home lu ValMile. N. II., Tuesday, nfter a stroke of parulysls. Ile iiad seen 40 years of servlie ainl was wlth Pewey at Manlla. ANY CHURCH or jiarsonage or Instltutlon supported by voluntary , contribution will he glvcn a lib eral quantlty of tho I.ongmau & Martlncz I'ure Palnts whenever they palnt. Notc; Havo done so for twenty seven years. Sales: tens of tnll llons of gallons; palnted nearly two mlllion hotises under guar antee to repalnt lf not satisfactory The palnt wears for periods up to elghteen years. Linseed 011 must ho added to the palnt (done ln two mlnutes). Actual eost then about $1.25 a gallon. Saraples free. Sold by our agents, nobbins & Cowles, Brattleboro; M. O. Wil llams, Putney, Ferris HAMS and BAC0N DELICIOUS. UNRIVALE0. Are ycu iKlug tliem v NATIVE SPRING LAMB AND BROILERS Are nmv ln the uiiii ket for tlie hm'hii, We will lie pleiied to Mipiily you. There will be BARGAINS at the SPEC IAL CASH SALE Saturday afternoon and evcning. ABBOTT & AKERMCAN. Decree of Massachusetts Suprcme Court Defining Duties of the Trus- 1 tees Hospital Work Wlll Proceed. The following Is a p.irt of the decrei uf ' the suiirenie court of Mass.u husetts I umdlfylng the order whlch f.r a tlme j suspended tlie ue of the Thomps.in inist 1 money for .hospital purposes in UrattU- ' boro. The decree glves the trustees In- ! structlons. ns reiuiested by them.ln vlew ' of the stntute enactod by the Vermont legllature of 1!2. It nlso detlnes tbe I condltlons under whlch the money of the ' trust can be uied ln Vermont, states the reiiuirement of tbe court tli.u the trust I must be ndmlnlstercd by persons who de rive thelr authorlty from and are respon- ) slble to the Mnss.ichusetts court. and will correct nny mlsundei-standlng whlch has exlsted ns to what the trustees can and should do. It will be gratlfylng to all 1 persons in Interest that a prompt settle ment of thls uuostlpn has been reached. 1 lt ls detlnltely unliounced that, as n re suit. work 011 the hospital ls to proceed at i once. I The Decree, 1 "lt ls ordered, adjudged and decreed. I that the provlslons of the statute of the 1 state of Vermont, n copy of whUh Is annexed to the petltlon for further ln structlons llled In thls cum-e by the petl- 1 tloners on March 11. 19-13. although pur portlng to authorlze the aiipolntment by n probate court ln tho state of Vermont 11 of a truslee to pay out and dlsttibute the aniount to be glven or dlstrlbuted uuder a will such as Is the will of tho testator, i Thonins- Thompson. nnd under n decree such as has heretoforo been made in thls ' eause by thls court. ennnot novertheless l onststently wlth the law ot thls common- 1 wealth be made to operate upon or baxe 1 any nppllcntlon to the trusts declared by tho will of the testator, Thomas Thomp- 1 son; thnt the sald trusts must be admlnls- ' tered ln accordance with the luws of thls 1 commonwenlth, nnd in accordance with tho wlll of tho sald testator, as the sald laws and sald will are Interpreted and , expounded by the couiis of thls common- 1 wealth, aml must bo ndmlnlstercd by per- ' sons who doiive thelr uuthorlty from nnd 1 aro answernble to the courts of thls com monwealth; and sald petltloners nre ln-! structed that It Is thelr duty to go on 1 ndmlnlsteiing thelr trust In the stuto of I Vermont In ncordnnee witli the sald will 1 aml with the decree of thls court made i'n thls cause March 19, 1901, until the fur ther ordor of thls court. "The court does not deem It necessary at thls tlme to Interrupt or suspend the txecutlon of sald trust ln tho state of Vermont, for tho reason that sald stat uto ls not mandatory ln lts terms, and lt does not nppear that tho courts of Ver mont have construed sald statute as np pl)lng to the trusts under tho will of Thonins Thompson, nor that any pro ceedlngs have beon taken lu any probate court in Vermont looklng to tho npuolnt mont of n trusteo to ndmlnlster sald trustti. "lf nny proeeedlngs shall be taken lu the state of Vermont for tho appolntment, under the uuthorlty purportlng to be glven by sald stntute, of n trusteo or trustees to tako nny part ln tho admln Istratlon, tu tho state of Vermont, of the suld trusts under tho will of sald testa tor, then the petltloners aro dlrected to brlng tbe mntter to the attentlon of thls court for such order nnd dlrootlon as 'tlie case may requlre, and sald Intetiogutory order of Aprll 11. 1903. ls modlfled nc-cordlngly." HeLaughs Best Who Laughs Last. Tlie inH.'ets were lamilr nvfwx the juicy leust thev eK'. te.1 tid the) truck - i-ii.ui !ii niieiil wilder tlne m-iwii', when tlie ither f e 1 1 w d 1 .1 the - iii'!iui. 1 hae a tlne z ne, 'ivsdrinieut of tnm- J leei i llll. ,it on lullld 111 I ii'civen-1. 1 Poultry netting, lawn mowers, rubber hose, summer blankets and robes, lead oil and color. Also a good line of ready mixed paints that are all right. Give 1 us a call. DON. A. WILDER, ii I'.l. ut Mreet. Millinery. Now is a good time to select one of our bonnets, which are beautiful in style and perfect in fit. Our Fancy Hats, which we buy, and those made in our own work room, embrace all the latest novelties. White Sailors from 48c to $1.50. DONNELL & DAVIS. Coffee Special. 20 Ounces For a pound For 10 days. FAULTLESS MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE. By special arrangement with the importer, for the ne.xt to days ev ery purchaser of this delicious Cof fee will receive 20 ounces for a pound, or 1 t-4 lb. at the price of a pound. i This Offer Expires May 28. J. E. GLEASON, 32 Elllot St. Couclxes, Couches. Our new line of couche- is the finest we have ever shown, and you will find our prices low consider ing the quality, as most of them are guaranteed. Iron Beds. 25 new designs in iron beds. We have had a large sale on iron beds this spring, as our cus tomers have found our prices lower than usual. We have iron beds S2.75 and upwards. Smyrna Rugs. We shall close out our entire stock at reduced prices. Now is the time to buy. RETTING BROS. New York, May 1, 1903. We beg to inform you that the firm of R. J. Kimball and Company has this day dis solved by mutual consent. ROBERT J. KIMBALL. W. EUGENE KIMBALL. The undersigned have this day formed a limited copart nership under the old firm name of R. J. Kimball and Company for the purpose of transacting a general broker ageand investment business. Offices, Hanover Bank Build ing, corner Pine and Nassau streets. W. EUGENE KIMBALL, LEEDS JOHNSON Metnlier f tbe .N. Y. Stoi.lt K.xch.i nre General Partners. ROBERT J. KIMBALL, Special Partner. At Wilcox's NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE. - ..jjV. Just received a line of MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Kor Uidiei aiid Childreii. dnvct from tbe n..i' iliactiiix-r. UidkV Xight ltnlies, "iHi'. Th . $1 . l.Ji.l..iil, ;.:.- and S.MHI. Drawers, iv. aml m. Corset l'ovui. l'.V. 11V, 3.V. .IV. U . KJe nnd !. ("hildien's Ilr.iwers, liic. lli, li, . 1K-, JDc mul aK: This cut gies.toua little i ku of our ic TOWi:i.S. Wothiukitah.irga.! lowel for .k.- and Iiiv. Gooil one t t inoney. WILCOX'S YEW YORK BARGAIN STORE. 4! Liin Street. nrattleboro, Vt. Alo Oiventiold, M,i. have a large stock of Fine New Woolens for SPRING. OVERCOATS, TROUSERS AND FANCY VESTS. A' S0 a large Line of Samples from a thot ughly reliable New York Custom Tatlt, ing House that makes Suits to order from $15, up. W. H. HAIGH, Custom Tailor, Elllot St. Notice. AVT; l1K AT ,l10 Winillinm C'oiint) ii!..'.rJt. 1 d,,!'k-ren-'lve bids for reinm ihb tl e tr anitocell iiouitlie Jtulintaid N'eivf.ui. voli f M,'xSy.,vu. ,iUs heMileof tliennmlti. .Newtane. Vt., Sluy lnil. iaxk vt)iinr.. 1 Awistinn lltKI) II. I'UUt 1 JndBCs- CURES GRIP IN TWO DAYS TUIS BIQNATOKa DN EVERY BOX OF THE OENUINR