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TUK VERMONT PIICENTX, M ATTLEBOLU), FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908. (Lk Dcrmont JJbccniv. Announcementt. Womon's Suits. Womoii's tnlloicd sulli. Ilneii and liiu lln ilioiccf, ioiilard xilk iliiwo, silk llned WtlllllllU IMllH lltllt M'pUllllt' Hkirl. silk lllllt 111 lcdiitHl pikes. Ml- Mt Ml.NMMI.N.H l'liit fit. C. M. Park, Tutor, l'rllelpal ot tlie IIItATTl.miOKO I'lllVATK SL'ilUOl.. Slioit liiitul tatutlit iit ii low price. BRATTLEBORO. I'erey Jonos has sold his valuable roailstur tu Dr. O. II. Audersoti. Thu W. C. T. U. upcucd a rummago sale in Whutstone uuildtng Monday. The salo ls now open. Yesterday buing A&conslon day, mass wus colobratod In St. Michael's Honinn Cathollc church at 0 o'clock. About 40 couples attendod tho elos iug dance and oxliibitlon by Mrs. Uald wln's dancing i-lassea in Grange hall Fridny ovonlng. Brattleboro Uranch 1, Intoniatlonal Sunshinu society. wlll hold lts annual meetlng wltb Mrs. I.. K. Kuller on Fridny ot next week at 3 o'oloclc. Stockwoll & l'utimm.had an Arabian saddle iiony arrive at their stables Wednesday, from Uoston Shu lias four white feet and Is liandsomely marked. Mis. l'rances Cabot, daughter o tho late Dr. Hlgglnson, dled last Thursday in Brookline, Mass. Mrs. Cabot spent niany sumiuers In Urattleboro and was well known hero. The cotnmlssioned ollicers-elect of tho Vermont National Guard were ex auiined Tuesday In tho Brooks House, Col, Estey of Urattloboro, Maj. Dyer or Uutland and Capt. Uurnliain of Bur llngton, constltuting the examlnlng board. The adjouined meetlng of the nniiirlitr.rs nf thu Amerlcan Ilevolutlon was held at the Brooks House Wed nesday evening. A comtnlttee ap pointed for the purpose presented new by-laws, which were adopted unan Imously. The slx-days-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice 1'. Devine of Provi dence, U. 1., dled in a hospltal in that city Wednesday aud was brought to Brattleboro yesterday for burial In the Itoman Cathollc cemetery. The body was accompanled by Mr. Devine. District Deputy Grand Master Wheeler made an offlcial vlslt to Co lumbian lodge, No. 30, F. & A. M., at a speelal coinnuinlcatlon on Monday evUnlng, when the master mason's degree was conferred upon one candi date. Refreshments were served after the work. The members of the Woman's Re llef Corps will meet In the Unlversa 11st vestry at 10 o'clock Sunday morn ing to attend church in a body. On Thursday of next week they will meet in G. A. H. hall to make wreaths to be used on Memorial day. Supper will be served at G o'clock. A party of 20 young people, includ Ing Miss Mabel Iiaker, went to North Hiusdale on a tally-ho ride Tuesday evening to spend the eveoing with Miss Della Streeter. Supper was served and the evening was spent very pleasautly with games aud music. The ride was given in houor of Miss Baker, who will go Sunday to her home In Mooors, N. Y. Ten new members were added to the enrollnient of Wantastiquet Golf club Wednesday evening. The club opening will be held the flrst week in June, the men furnishlng the enter tainment. The club house wlll be painted Inside and outside before that time. Arrangements are beiug made for the organlzation of a league, to comprlse the clubs in Bellows Falls, Greenfield, Walpole and Brattleboro. Two of the mos't striklng photogra phic enlargements that have over beeu seen In Brattleboro have been de llvered this week by Photographer Wyatt to the Vermont Savings bauk. They are photographs of Gov. Hol brook, president of the institutlon, and N. F. Cabot, the Ioug-time treas urer, and will be placed on the walls of the bank parlor. They are what are known us sepia enlargements, from negatlves made by Mr. Wyatt, and are enclosed in handsome oak frames. Walter E. Itanger o Montpelier, state superintendent of education, has sent out copies of an iuterestlng booklet of 52 pages as an aid to teach ers in preparlng pre-Memorial day exerclses. About 20 pages refer to the hlstory and llfe of Vennont. Any teacher may have a copy by writing to the state superintendent. Under the liead "I'atriotlc Sentl ments of Veimonters." among others Bontunents from ex-Governor Hol brook, accompanled by a half-tone cut, and from Judge J. M. Tyler and Prosident Allan D. Brown. Thi ic i iii'Ui'fiitiinh Itl Hii- -oi-tion nl t lu ciniiili'v llinn ull utlirr i1immm' imt tnsicMlici', iiikI in. lil tlio Iiim U-w jcnii wiiuiiiHl to lo itii-ui itlU-. Vnf a KH'ilt imin ji'Uisilm-. tHS pll'lllllIMK'll il .1 llX'lll ll-C.I-L'. a II. I pU'- ktII'c I l -i I n-ii.i' lu-. and liy rnntmitiy lail liiK ti) eiint witli t n-iit uient . piiiiidinut'il it im'iinili'o. S ii'inv h.i- piiivfil cntiinli ln lo a I'on-t .tmional cli-c.i-t'. aiiil tla'ic'fiiio i-c-(iiui' cini-tiniiliinal t ie itinvut. Ilall's Cu tanh Ciiu'. iii.iiiuliti t in ! li 1'. .1. ("hi'iiey -Co.. Tolv in. Illil'i. is tln-imly i iiiitlliitliiiial ciiiu iiii tlic inurkiM. II i-t.ikt'n inti'inelly lu ilnsos troin llliioi- lo ii K'li'pniiiitill. It iH'ls illn'cllj iim tlic liliioil iiii I iminiiio ftn liires of tho s)sieiu. rrh(v oller om1 liimtlitM ilnltarh for any i!.i.-o it fuils to i iui'. i-imuI tor c-htii-lars ainl H'-tiinnnmN. AMli!. K, .1. L'lIIIXKV i: fl).. Tok'ilo, 0. Solil liy Druutrl-tx. 7V-. Ilull'i r.unlly 1'IIN .i'f tlio l-t. Palnt Your Buggy.for 75c, to $1.00 with Devoe'a Gloss Carrlage Palnt. It welghs 3 to S ozs, more to the plnt than otliers, wears longer. and etves a gloss equal to new work. Sold by Rob hlns &. Cowles. For Over Slxty Years. Mrs. Winolow's Sootliinif Syiup has lnvii usoil lor uvor iii) ji-arii by inllllous of motlu'ii' for tliuir clillilion wlilln tcotlilint with pvrKvt HUCft'ss. It WHitlies thu I'liild. softi-ns tlip mnin, all.iys all pulii, curo4 wlml I'lilic, itinl is tlio lit'st ruine ly for iliiiiThoea. It will tvlluvc tlio poor llttio siitTi-ivi- liiiiiii'iliiitely. Sold liy ull di'iiM'KlxtH In cveiy pnrt of Hk world Twonty-lho riMita il hottlo. 1W ?mo to nsk for "Mnf. WiihIowN SootliltiK Syriip,"and tnko no otlicr kind. "What Is the prlce of Dobblns's Eleotrlc oap?" "Slx cents a bar, full alze, rcduced from ton." "Why that'a tho prfce of eommon brown soap. Send me a boz. I can't afford to buy any other soap after this." Vuln from iinllHUstion. dyspepnu. aiul too ln-aity cutinK H iclievod at uik'O by tukiiitr oiiu ot' Ciulor'rt I.lttlo l.nor 1111- iiumpdlatfly Hftordliincr. Dou't fortfet tbn. Tho Sunday aftoinoou meetlng at tho V. M. C. A. wlll be led by W. A. OUbert. Thu Flrst Itogliiieiit band will glve lts next concert on tho eommon next Wednesday evening. New lloor wlll be lald next week 1 ii tho oillces ot County Clerk Merrt tleld and Ueferee F. D. K. Stowe. The Hed Cross degree was conferred on two candldates by lioauseant Cont mandery. Knlghts Teniplar, Wednes day evening. The choir of St. Mlehuel's ICplsco pal church wlll slng in Chrlst church fn Guilford Sunday afternoon. Illshop Hall wlll preaeh. An unusual record with an Incuba tor was made this week by George Benson of Canal street, who hatched ' 92 brown leghorn chlcks from 10G eggs. I Uev. Father Cunnlngham will say ; tlie early mass In Dummerston Sun ! day. The mass In St. Michael's llonian Cathollc church wlll be at I 10.30. , A. V. May, real estate agent, has i sold for E. 11. Tomb the Charles I Squlers place lu Guilford, formerly ! the Melondy place, to .). Honry Pratt 1 of lSiattli'boio who will take posses 1 slou at ouce. 1 Ulhhop A. C. A. Hall will imike his i annual vlsitatlou at St. Michael's church next Sunday. There wlll be i early cclebration at 7:30 lu the niorn i Ing. morning prayer. conlh niatlon and serniou at 10:30 and evening prayer and sernion at 7:30. The Brattleboro Woman's club have i planned a plcnic and dellghtful outlng at Spofford lake tomorrow! The party will start from the Brooks House at l 9 o'clock in the morulug. If the day i should be stormy the trlp wlll be I made on June G. A large number are plannlng to go. i The Earl Taylor who was arrested I and fined for drunkenness last week I was not lCarl J. Taylor ot West Brat I tleboio, but one Earl Taylor who ' caine from New Hampshlre the week j before to work cuttlng logs which are belng drawn to D. T. Perry's nilll In West Brattleboro. E. Wales aud son, Harry, brought out " Klug Jolllty " in Keene Friday evening under the ausplces of the Odd 1 Fellows and Rebekahs. They intended to give the opera In a Malne town, I but were prevented from doing so by the prevalence of small pox In that ! town. The performance in Keene was 1 successful, although gotten up on short notlce. i The 14th anniversary of the Ep- worth League was observed by the lo i cal League Sunday evening. The ser I vlce was held in the main audlence ' room In the Methodlst church. The cholr was asslsted by Miss Laura Leltslnger, who gave a solo, and a f speelal musical servlce was sung, in i terspersed with remarks by dlfterent members on phases of the llfe of John Wesley. The Vennont State Letter Carriers' associatlon will hold their annual con vention with the local branch, No. 37, J on the afternoon and evening of Me morial day. Nearly every branch or- ; ganizatlon in the state will be rep- I resgnted. The election oX offlcers and selectlon of a delegate at large to rep- i resent the carriers in the national convcntlon which meets in Syracuse the last weok in August wlll be among the important matters ot business which will come before the conven tion. The local letter carriers will en- tertaln the vlsiting delegates. Francis Alexander Champany of I Barnard, who Is eniployed hy c. H. i Eddy & Co., and Miss Evelyn DeWire Soule, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. 1 Soule, were married at tho home of ' the brlde's parents on Clark street at noon Wednesday, Hev. H. H. Mlles performing the ceremony. The house was trlmiued with ferns and tlowers. Tho brlde wore white nuislin, trlmmed ; with appllque, and was unattended, the ceremony belng simple, owlng to ' the lllness of the brlde's mother. ; Mrs. Ella P. Bement of Easthampton, Mass., was one of the guests. , Mrs. J. E. Hlgley's piano puplls I gave a recital of exceptional merit Wednesday afternoon in Grange hall, , before a large audlence. The program i opened with a vocal chorus, but the other numbers were Instruniental I with the exception of just enough i vocal music to glve variety to the pro ; gram. Mrs. Iligley has been very j successful with her puplls, as their 1 work showed. Those who partlcipated were Dalsle Mlller, Mina Gilman, Florence Moran. Heba Amidon, Doris Smith, Grace Johnson, Irene Pllmpton, Irene Mather. Lena Covey, Edua Finch, Irene Fisher, Mlldred Yeaw, Charlena Hall, Eleauor Chamberlain, tlladys Hall and Ethel Ulodgett. Local Play-Actors in 1 Frlendly Enemy." Arthur A. Grillln's society comedy drama, " Frlendly Enemy," in four acts, will be presented in the Audi torium next Tuesday evening by a local company under the ausplces of the vlsiting. comtnlttee of tho Ilomo for the Aged and Dlsabled. J. M. Strock, of the Benuett-Moulton com pany, Is business manager and E. V. Evans, of the same company, stnge director, The proceeds will be used in furnishing the home after the new addltlon, now being built, Is com pleted. There will be interesting specialties between the acts. Tlekets are now in the hands of the 40 ladles of the comtnlttee. The exchange sale wlll begln at Mlller's tomorrow at 9 o'clock and will contluue until Tues day noon. The flrst act Is lald in the beautifui home of the Cllftons in Eng land after the return from a foxhunt. The settlng of the second act Is tho same, endlng with a beautifui curtain, " Peace on earth, good will toward men." The third act is ln an Engllsh camp in South Africa during the Boer war and the fourth Is at the home of the Cllftons. Following Is the east: Slr Ilalph " Clifton," a mlllionalre, Alson J. Dugan. Lord Clifton, an Engllsh nobleman, George H. Thompson. Lord Clarence Lelghton, E, J. Watennan. Pat Hogan, Lord Cllfton's coachman, P. L. Shea. Esbach, the Boer, C. F. Blngham. James, Lorr Cllfton's servant, Harry Blngham. Lady Maida, Cllfton's daughter, Ellzabeth Marshall. Inez, Dalsy Wells. Allce Stanley, Cllfton's ward, Helen Keyes. Lady Fairfield, Loulso Davenport. AND Mr. E. V. Evans. as Count D' Estange. The May sesslon ot the probate court wlll be hold next Friday. Satur day belng Memorial day. The Woman's Auxlllary are plan nlng to hold their annual strawberry tea ln tho Y. M. C. A. rooms the sec ond week In June, Dr. Fremont Hninllton has tnoved this week to No. 1 Llndcu street and has Installed onu of the largust Walto i llaitlett electrlcal nmchlnes lu his ollUe. i Congressman Husklus has moved his congressional effects from the law ollke of Hasklns & Schwenk to the ' olllce forinerly occupled by Dr. George Uoberts. ' 1 Messrs. Strock and Evans, who are pioduclng the "Frlendly Enemy," un der the ausplces of tho Home for the 1 Aged and Dlsabled, are negotlating with the membets of the order of East ern Star ln Bellows Falls for the pro iluction of the same play In that town. i Tho flrst oiioii alr coucert of the sea son by the Flrst Hpglment band was glven on tho eommon Wednesday nlght. The crowd presont was very large and showed lts appreclation by hearty applause. A cornet solo by ' Uarl Leltslnger was a feature of the concert. The llsters flled ln the town clork's olllce Saturday an abstract of tho in dlvldual lists of the taxpayers of Brattleboio. They wlll be ln sesslon ' in the llsters' room ln the town hall tomorrow to hear any who may feel aggrieved and to correct any errors that may be found. Charles Smtth, an englneer ln the cniploy of theCentral Vermont Kalluay cotniiany. and Miss Aunle Garrlty, daughter of P. Garrity of Vernon street. were married in the Homan Cathollc church Wednesday evening. Uev. Patrlck Cunninghani olllclatlng. D. F. Aher and Miss Bridget Garrlty, slster of the bride, stood up with tho wedding couple. The brlde wore a. Itlue traveling dress. James Cunnlngham, who sald his home was in South Framiugham, was ariested Monday nlght by Chlef-of-Pollce Hall, belng Intoxlcated on Main street. llo was put in the lock-up. On Tuesday morning he was arralgned betore Justlce Newton. pleaded gullty and was flned $5 and costs. amounting to $10.45, which he pald. Cunning hani has been eniployed by Pellett Brothers on the addltlon to the Homo for the Aged and Dlsabled. He had a pint of whlskey when arrested. Cougresstnan Klttredge Haskins. of Brattleboro, has been notttled by the secretary of the Navy that a vacancy ' exlsts at the U. S. Naval Academy for a mldshipmnn for the second con- ) gresstonal district of this state, and he is requested to nominate a prln- 1 cipal and three alternates for exam- t Inatiou for apiointnient to 1111 the vacancy. Candldates must be not 1 less than 15 years old and not cx ceeding 20 years, and bona Ilde res- Idents. for at least two years, of the I district. Persons deslring to becomo candldates will submlt their names ln full. with length of resideuce In this district, date of blrth. and present post-ofllce address, to Hepresentatlvo Haskins at once, as all nominatlons must be sent In to the naval depart- i ment prevlous to June 1. The exam iuatlon of candldates. both mentnl and phyhlcal, will be held at Ann apolls. Md., on Tuesday. June 1G. un der the supervision of the Academy. Slx members of K. B. Coates's fam ily exchanged sympathy with each otlier ln a eommon illness Saturday I afternoon. There was something funny about the clrcumstances, taken altogether, but the lllness itself was far from funny. Pork was served for dlnner that day, and alll nuMiibers of the household partook of It with tho exception of the baby, the son of Arthur L. Maynard. Between 3 and 4 o'clock Mr. Coates was taken 111, ' and the result was as though he had ' taken a powerful emetlc. While ln that conditlon Mrs. Coates becanie 111 1 with the same symptoms. Mrs. King, w ho is eniployed In the faniily. was i the next to glve up. By this time It wa apparent that the trouble with all three arose from the same source. Ignorant of what was golng on at home, Miss IOiilse Coates, clerk ln 1 F. W. Kuech's store, was taken so ill that shu was unable to remain on duty and was carried home In a coupo. A second coupe soon drove up with Harry Coates, who had been attendlng the ball gamo on the Island. Mr. Maynard went to Greenfield soon af ter dlnner, and while there had an attack of what he called indlgestlon. He went Into a drug store for a rem edy. and the pllght In which he soon found hlmself was anythlng but ' agreeable. He intended to keep his ''lllness a secret on arrivlng home, but I on learning the facts added the story I of his experlence to those of tho ' others. A physicinn who was called ! sald that the illness was due to the pork steak. which was not in proper , conditlon. Just what was the matter with the steak is not known. Mles llinnle Drasor, Ella Xewinan, n.-ssle Newman nnd Miss Itedmnn of Ilos ton, the two former for soveral years teachers ln the publlc scbools in Drattb boro. wlll leave for Kurope next month for a two-montlis trlp to Italy. Swltzer land and Ocrmnny, nalllns from Liver pool tlio lnnt of August on their return journey. Three of the party toured tlirongh Kurope on blcycles three years ago. A rallroad employe lald his walstcoat on the ground near the Putney statlon Tuesday Just In time to attraet the at toutloii of a passlni? tramp. who took a i watch trom tho garment aud mado his i eseape. Sherlff A. W. J. Wllkins was put t on the ttail of the tramp, who was ovcr taken not far from tho sceiie of the rou ; bcry, but after llstenlng to the sherlff's j accusatlon tho hobo took to his heels. and at last accounts both he and tho j wateh were stlll misslng. I Letter to A. F. Schwenk. Brattleboro, Vt. I)e.ir Slr-. Two aiul two make fnur liot alway-: liepeinl upou wli.it two and two" an1. Tw'i (fallons of water nnd two milton of luilk ou't iuake tiuirKidlons of uillk. Neltlicrdre four trallons ot palnt tlnlt'sliiilf lline, wliituut. i la.v and kei'ixeue ull, nuiku lour i,rallnns uf rejl palnt. Tlmt'ii what wo meiiu by su in- "fewur yal i lons: weais lonner." It takes luwur ifallons nt Devoe l.ead aud Zlnu tliau of inlxnl paints to paiiit a liou-e, and it we.us twliu or tlueo tline a Umn a lead and oll, uiiud by liand, PioweA; 1'elton, llerl.linei-. X. Y.. wrlto: Mr. Cliii. Avoiy, of Ilurl.bi.or, bounlit .11 iriillousot Dcwiu I,ead and X.lui' o paint his tio Imu-vt. lil? palnUT liaviiitf llifiued tlint It woul.l luipiiiout 1M1 tli.it aiiiniint ; VI ifiillons dld tln; w ii k aud he lului ned l'i vruliuii-. Voura truly. 1". W. l)IiVni:cn.. New Yoik. V. S. Kobbms i Cowles sell iiur iniint Lucien Howe 1ms lieen ungaBed as or gnnlst al the Flrnt Bttptlst church. All tli- olotlilng Ktores wlll bo opon next Friday nlght, but wlll close nt 1 o'llock Meinotlul day. Tlio ladies' aasoolatlon of the Congre Batlonnl church wlll hold a supper ln tho voslry a week from next Thursday. The aumial meetlng of tho Huriil liu piovemi'iit society will be held at the Vermont Snvings bank Tuesday eveiiliu?, Mn 2, at 7.30 o'clock. A lnnveniuiit ls on foot to oiganlzo a unlon amung the Urattleboro clerks, not to nffuct their milarles, biit to protectJ their interests ulung other llnos. A poor ducreplt hoife wns taken uft the street Saturday by .Mrs. Jennle 11. Powers and sliot The owner clulmed to bo from lloosick. N. Y.. but his liame wns not learned. Tho program of the Woman's Forelgn .Mlsslmiary socloty of tho Methodlst cbureli for the meetlng which will bo held noxt week wlll li propared by Mrs. A. O. Allen nnd Mrs. George L. Sluitts. At the CoiiKregutlonal church In West Urattleboro the pastor will pionch Siin day nt 10.30 a. m. nnd 0 p. m. The sub Joct nf the prelude to tho morning scr mon wlll be A Half Itour in Llconso Drattleboro." L. J. Stronn, who bought the Melroso Houso at West Urattleboro this week, hns applled for a llcelise of the third clnss to sell intoxlcatliig lliiuors A heuring on tho appllcntlon will be held in tho eleelinen's room June 5. A lo-hours devotlon servlce will begln In St. Mlchuel'9 Ilomnn Cuthollc church Monday, with hlgh mass nt 9 o'clock. itev. Fnther lltynuld of llellows Kalls, Hev. Father Catmody ot Ludlow, Ilev. Father Drouln of Woodstock nnd Itov. Father l.ing of lllnsdnle Wlll asslst Itev. I'ath.'i- Cuniilngham. Asn Ooodenough. aged about 77 dled ln lliusdule last nlght. He was a brolher of 11. S. Goodenough and Mrs. S. F. Foster of Urattleboro. He also leaves a wldow. I'uneral arrangements have not been made. Mr. Goodunough was a natlvo of Urattleboro and lived bere until golng to lliiisdale a few years ngo. The base ball league executlve com mlttee have engaged Hulden & Martln to enlnrge the grand stand on tho ball grounds by addlng two 12-foot bents, which will make the stand about 73 feet long. The back of the stand wlll bo built up about llve feet so as to protect those oreupying tho seats from the sun's rays. IJr. Holton hus been ln Montpelier this week to confer with other members of the state Ixurd .'f healtli ln regard to the water supply nt that city. Wednesday .ilti'rnoou he attemleii thu meetlng of the Vermont llomeopathic Medlcal society and gae an lnformal talk on the general subject of tuberculosls in the dlscussion following one of the papers. Congressmun Haskins has been c.iug.it red-handed uMng store garden seeds ln stead of tliose he has fcattered profuscly amonR his constltuents. supplled by the goveriiment. The newspaper men tlint are havlng fun with " Klt." over this .m.iller wlll do Well to recnll the old adage about a doctor taklng his own medlclne. Handolph llerald und Xews. Tho Jury ln the case of It. G. lincon, admlnlstrator of the Winfred I'. Handall e.stiite. agalnst the New Knghind Order ot Protection, returned a verdlct In the Unlted States court in Windsor yester day In faor of the plaintiff. The nctlon was brought to recoer Insurauce on the lil ol Mr Kandall. amounting to $3300. The case wlll be carried to the Unlted States Clrcult Court of nppcals. The members of BeaiiM-atil Commnn dery. Knights Templar, attended, In full unlt.irm, an Ascenslon dny servlco In St. Mkhael s KplscoiKil church last evening. Itev. Kdward T. Mnthison, rector of tho church and prelnte jf tho commnndery, pr.ached a ery interesting sermon np iuopriute to Ascenslontide. Tho musical part of the service was rendered bv the cholr and was of a hlgh order. At the meetlng uf the W ('. T. j es ti'iduy ;iftrnoon the following delegates and alternates Were elected to attend tlio iount fimentt.ni i0 K. ,ei,i n wil mliigton June 4 .md 5. .Mrs. 1.. I.. llnrd well. .Mr. A J. St.'urns. Mrs. A. A Wnre, .Mrs. W. W I'ltmpton, Mrs. Frud H-jugh-ton: alteiuate.s Mrs G. II Clapp. Mrs. I'rank Perry . Mr.-. George Kimlxill. Mrs. Charles Smlth. Mrs. 11. A. Allen. The next meetlng wlll I. held next Thursdnv afternoon at :: o i .,ck nt the Y. M. c. A rooms. John Gordon. ,,f Sunapee Hnrlxir. X. II.. plny-nctor. t.irmer and macliine ten der, will le taken to the House of Correc tlnn ,n Uutland loday b Chlef-of-I'ollce Hall. After belng ejevted from the Amerlcan House l.ist nlght Gordon went to the Urattleboro Hoube. and soon after tho bar closed he got into a liglit und was arrosted. He pleuded gullty this morning to dlsturblng- the pente and was tlned $10 and costs by Justlce Xewton. but was not nble to puy He will be lu Uutland about !W days. John Fredette, wlio was nrrested jeMerday, pleaded gullty this morning to lutoxlcatlon nnd wns tlned $5 and costs. which bo expects to pay. Charred wood-work in the Grange store building is :i retninder of an ex clting scene which existed there Mon day afternoon. The store's refuse barrels are kept in a rear driveway near a door which is built into the brick wall. During the afternoon tho clerks smelled smoke, and on investl gutlng found that the barrels and the door casing were a mass of llames. The hand extingulshers in the store were used and a stream ofwater was thrown on the llre thiough a small hose. After the nre had been put out It was found that the llames had btirned nearly through the door and soon would have reached a plle of dry boxes overhead ln the store,' The fire was set by a llttlo girl who dld not reallze what the result mlght be and who was so scared when she saw what she had done that she ran away wlthout glvlng warnlng. A general mlsslonary conferenco was held in tho Flrst Baptist church Friday afternoon and evening, a con-sldoi-able number of mlulsters and representatives from the churches in this county belng present. The af ternoon sesslon was presided avr by Hev. Mr, Thorne ot South Wind ham. Addresses were made by Dr. W. E. Witters of Boston, New Eng- 1 land secretary of the Amerlcan Bap tist Mlsslonary Unlon, and Hev, Wll liain Upcraft. who is noted as a mls slonary in Western Chlna. The lias tor of the church, Hev, George B, Lawson, presided at the evening ses slon, belng asslsted In tho introduc tory servlces by Hev. Mr. Sherwln of Greenfield and Rev. N. A. Wood of West Brattleboro. Tlie featuro of evening was an address by Hev. Mr. Ujicraft, in which he told In a nat ural, strong and impressive way the story of his wonderful work ln West ern Chlna. Mr. Upcraft was dressed ln natlve costume, and ln the course of his remarks showed the necesslty not ouly of niasterlng tho languago but of assunung tho actual llfe ln dress and all the customs' ot tho Chl nese. Fow who were there, nnd tho congregatlon wns very large, over have llstened to an address of greater lntorest or force. From hero Mr. Up craft went to North Adams, where he spoko Sunday, thence to Buffalo to attend the great Baptist convontlon. It ls posslble that he will bo one of tho speakers ut Northfield ln August, and It ho wlll come to Brattleboro agaln before his return to Chlna. All Humors Aro imptivo tnnttora which tho skin, ltvcr, kidnuys atitl otlier organs can 1 not take can: ot witliout lielp, tliore is 1 sucli un aucuuiitlatiou of tlicin. ! 1'hcy littcr tlio wholo system. l'innilcs, boils, cczeina timl otlior cruptions, loss ot appctitc, that tirud fccllng, bllious tttrns, flts of indiges tioii, dull licadachus and inuuy othor trouhk's are due to tlicm. Hood's SarsapariUa and Pills Remove all luiniors, ovcrcomo nll 'their t'ffciis, strengtlien, tono and invigorate tlic wholo Bystcin. "I had salt rheum on my hands so that 1 could not work, I took Hood's SarsapariUa nnd lt drove out the humor. I contlnued lts use tlll the sores dlsuppeared." Mns. Iua O. Httowx, Kuiuford l'ulls, Me, Hood's Snrsaparilla promlses to curo and keopa tho promiso. Joeeph Devlln in the Audltorium. Joseph De Un, lnember of the Urltlsh I'.irliaineut from North Kllkenny, Iro l.ind, spoke from the Audltorium stnge last evening lor the second time on tho lilsh land questlon, comlng under the ausplces of the local branch of tho Unlted Irlh league. The audlence wns not large. After music by the Junlor mnndolln and gultnr club Uev. Father Cunnlngham mnde brlef remarks und liitroduced llrst Dr. J. D. Timmlns of Hoston, who spoke ulwjut 10 mlnutes. Mr. Devlln Mnid that his llrst duty was to recognlze the loss tlie town hnd sustnlned in the death of two men who expressed n deep Interost In tlie Irlsh cause on the oeenslon of his vlslt a year ugo Col. Hooker and Dr. Conland. Tnklng up the subject of tho Irlsh land uuestlon Mr. Devlln sald: "There Is nothlng new in this conlllct that has ex isted for seven eenturles. Our aim Is dellnlte. to estubllsh on Irlsh soll the oeoupylng tlllers as the owners thereof." After statlng the fucts coiicernlng a land blll which Is llkely to le passed by Par llament Mr. Devlln sald: "What does this land blll nieiin? It means, in the flrst place. that every tenant In Irelana, num bering some 50).(JU, iK'Comes owner of tlie land. lt means that every evlcted tenant wlll be Installed elther on the place from which he was evlcted or to some other place: the return of the Irlsh soldlery; the upsettlng of the whole Urltlsh pollcy ln lts treatment of Ireland. It means a reerudesrence of Irlsh prosperlty. The new eondltloiis wlll Invlte I'onlidence, nnd f.irmlng and Industrial enteriirises wlll revlve. The dejKipulatlon of Ireland has been golng on apace. nnd land which once supported men and women ls now aban donl, savo for sheep grazlng. This measure, then. means not ulone renewed prosperlty, but it means the preservatlon of the last remnant of our race upon tho soll of the fatherland." Fire Company Officers. The varlous comiianien composlng the Urattleboro lire department held their annunl meethiKs Wednesday nlght. These otllcers were elected: Hydropath Knglne company No. :;. foreman. ("hurles Cook; assistunt foreman, L. H. Ilarrls; clerk. I,oon C White: englneer, F. ' D. Weld; stoker. 1. I.. Cook; steward. Deu Devoe. Fountnln Knglne company No. 4, foreman, Frank tilreeter. to "succced Henry F. Brown. resigned: assistnnt foreman, Hexford llenson; clerk. Charles I.. Cobb; englneer. Chester W. Sargent; stoker. Walter S. Stearns: steward, Hen Deoe. Cliemlcnl Knglne compuny No. 7, foreman. C. F. Pnrgent; assistant fore mnn. Wlll Hlanchard; clerk. Frnnk Strong; steward. A. Ilhode. lClliot Hose company No. 13, foreman, C. II. Thomp son; aslstunt foreman, Herman Joy; clerk. W. A. Shumway; steward. Charles Gould. 1'hu-nlx llos-e company No. 0, foreman. M. I1. Moran; nsslstant foreman. 1'. Hynn; clerk, Job Ixing; steward, John Fenton Hook and Iidder company No. 1. foremnn. Arthur Knlgbt; assistant foremnn. Arthur McQunlde; clerk. C. S. Stookwell; steward. Charles Gould. WEST BRATTLEBORO. II. II. Larkln is remodellng his house in Centreville, uddlng another story, building a new plazza, and makin'g clinnges in tho hall and sfalrcase. Kred McClure ls maklng his house Into two tenements, one of which wlll be occu pled by his sister. Sarah Howard. The work is belng done by Harry Mlller. I.. J. Strong, who lfas been proprletor ot a hotel In South londonderry 12 years, has lwught from J. P. Sargent the Mel rose House, and wlll furnlsh the building at once. He expects to be ready for business about June 1. Mr. Strong ls a man of experlence. nnd has been a suc cessful landlord. The present Melroso House. built on the site of tho hotel which w.is burned a short time ago, oc eupies about half as much' ground spaco n the former one. The kltchen Is built on as an ell. The building is three storles hlgli aud contnlns about 20 sleep Ing rooms. which are flnlshed in white. The tloors have iminted borders and are covered with art squares. he rooms on the llrst tloor nre tlnished ln nntural wood. The olllce occuples ono of the front corners. und back of that ls a room which ean be used for a pool room, although no tnbles wlll bo put ln at present. The house is lltted with b.Uh rooms. stenm hent nnd electric llghts. Work on tho building Is practlcally com pleted. The price pald wns about JjOOO. To Cure a Cold In Onc Day. Take Laxatlve Bromo Qulntne Tablets. All drugglsts refund the money If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove'S slgnature ls on each box. 25c. DIIAX'S Itlieiniiatic I'ill aliMilutely eiue Klieumatl-m nnd .N'l'Uialgia. Vegetnble. S.ile. lt sick lieadai-lie Is miseiy. what nre Carter's I.ittlo I.her I'ills if they wlll posltively cure it'r l'eople wlio liao used tlieju pcak lranUly ot tlieir wortli. They aie Miiali nnd ea-x to take. Ignorance Is the Mother of Mistakes. Illuiulers nnd bunglo Mie mnt expensUe tlilug in ililf fmilbli wnrld. Theic iuo mllllons of poor persons who miKlit liaoln'eu rich but lortlielr blundei-s, and I'Uiidredslu tliclrgraves who inlixlit hmo beeu nllto hud they used Dr, Dnvid Kenneilj's new- uiedlclue, t'nl-cura bol. vcnt. wli- ii tljey wero llrst tauen slek. Write to tlie Cnl-cum Conipniiy. llondout, X. V.. tor a book nnd five samplo bottle. A iimii's wlfe should nlwnys 1k tlie siune, es pecially to lier liusbaud, but If Mic is ieuk aud uei vous. nnd uscs Carter's Iiim I'ills, slio can. not be, tor they mako her "feel llke il ditl'ei-ent lici-son," at least they ull say, nnd their hus bands say so too. I'nrtei's Iron l'ills eiuali.o tlio elrculatlon, lenmvu nervoiisne.-s und give strennth nnd rest Try tlicm, CA8TORIA. tean th8 Tha Kind You Have Alwayj BaI OA8TOHIA. Beanthe Aiwajs OASTOHIA. Bean tho Kind You Hava Always Some of these goods you'll need this warm weather : BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR We buy it at less price, and sell a better gar ment for 50c and 25c than anybody else. M0NARCH SHIRTS that no one else owns in this season's patterns for $1, $1.50, 8i.75 and $2. Flannel Suits, Norfork Suits, Outing Trousers in Homespuns, Flannels and Worsteds. Straw Hats direct from the factories, from 25c to $3. Largest buyers of this kind of merchandise in New England. H. P. WELLMAN & C0. of the Foster & Besse System. HAWLEY. May 23d. Just home from New York market. Secured a portion of the final clearance of latest May models in Women's Tailored Suits and j Outside Garments. ; from three leading manufac- ' who have finished their , season. For $35.00 I can now give my custom ers a chance to select from some high grade Woolen Suits which have been sold at very much higher prices. $25 for some $35 to $37. $15 tp $18 for some $20 to $25 styles. $7.50, $10 and $12.50 for some $10 to $17.50 ones. Novelties in Pongee, Lin- en, Silk and Cloth garments ! at manufacturers' previous ; cost prices. Some new Skirts and Shirt Waist Silk and Wash Suits. I Few more Girls' Gingham ; Dresses for 10, 12 and 14 yr.- old at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75. HATS AND FL0WERS Our second sale for this ! season started at 8 o'clock 1 this morning. The lots are 1 large, but I cannot tell how i many will be left when you, ! read this notice. Same price as before 25c I for any hat or bunch of 1 flowers. It is an attractive lot. My store to be closed at noon on Decoration Day, but to be open the pre- ! vious Friday evening. N. I. HAWLEY. ! There wlll a demon stratton of Pud (1 no at A. F. Uoberts's grocery store all next week. The Amerlcan Seamen's Frlend society has Just celehrated Us 75th nnnlversary 3 000.000 of men engafjed in seafarlnc llfe to which tho society endeavors to j mlnlster as an arm of the church. j The medlcal authorltlea report that i pueumonla has reached almost epldemlo i proportions In Chlcago. Of the 53U i deaths from all causes lu two months '" per cent wero from this cause. As niaiiy as four deaths have occurred ln one fam lly, and In one instanco slx frlends who attended the funeral of a vlctlm were I fatally atlacked 10 Fashionable White Duck Hats. The great midsummer hat Kor nimintuin, vu !iore aiul sreneral w-'j Another Elegant Line of . Chiffon Hats. All new (rooiis. Don't forget that we give speeui' attentlon to tlie ehildreu's hats. A larire assortment hats and wreat.'n MRS. W. F. NEAL. Elliot Street. AUDITORIUM. Auspiee, of the I,aille" Yisitimr l ommi't the Hoine for tlie Afted and Uijblt- Tuesday Night, May 26, A. A. Griftin's Masterpiece, Friendly Enemy Direction of Strock & Evans. An Excelent Local Cast. Pleasing Specialties. . Scenic Splendor. Grand Battle Effects The ladies oftheeommitteo aro seliing tuk ets wli i cli can tw cxelinngeil for seats trom n. m., iMituniny until TueMlay noon. No t.i k et exchanged at Ixix offlco. Prices. 25c, 50c, 75C sfeats on sale ut Mlller'. The weather is such that DOOR and WINDOW SCREENS are needed. We have a large assortment to select from. Step in and see the new Adjustable Sliding Window Screens. Flts all window s. RO'BBINS & COWLES, Brooks House Block. Spec ial Millinery. A drummerelost.Hl out liiaentli-o stock of Outing Hats And I shall soll them at $2.50 Each They havo leii $;i.3i). jj, ud J Ilnts. mlc . " l',U 8 "'" wl". 80,1 then "t rllf ht pilce. And next weok wlll havo desiralili- MRS. G. H. SMITH. 85 Main Street. Milllner nnd Ilahilrossor. Telephuno M.J3 Sale of Novelties. Mn1-8' E,, SneP"erd ot Sprluglleld, Mass., will bo at the Brooks House par- !wMn, Ue,sday' May 20' day "l'i eveniuff, with her beautifui ltne ot rlbbon novel ties and hand made wash stocka. Tho ladies of Brattleboro are cordlally luvltel to call and Inspect tho eoods. JIIss Ethel Pholps of Worcester ls a euest ot Mr, and Mrs. F. L. Uunt and Mr. and Mrs. P. c. Adams.