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THE VERMONT PHCENIX BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, OOTOBER 16, 1903.
NORTHFIELD, MA88. Doath of Mrs. D. L. Moody. Mrs. Emma Itevelt Moody, wlfo of tho late Dwlglit L. Moody, pnssed nwny at her homo last Saturdny iifternoon nfter nn lllness from cliroiilc brlsht's dlsenso cx tcndlnff ovcr two yenrs. She hnd folt unusunlly wcll for n few days prccedlng her dcath so that tho cnd catno aa a grcat shock to hcr chlldren. Tho funcrul was hi'ld from tho church on Tuesdav after noon, ltev. Hobort Spcer of New York of IlcIatlnK. Ilnrlal took place bcslde hcr husband on Hound Top. Tho servtce was vtry slmple nnd beautlful, tho tear-staln-cd faces of tho largo atidlencc, tho clo qucnt trlbute of tho spoaker, tho beautl ful hymns, her favorltesr sunB, the mnny nnd exqulslto llowers, all testlllcd to the Kreat worth of thts woman to tho world as well as to her famlly. Mrs. Moody was born ln KnRland, comlns to thls country ln early womanhood. She met Mr. Moody when engaBed ns a teacher ln tho mlsslon school ln ChlcaRo, and was marrled ln lSfiJ. Threo chlldren wero born to them who suirvlvo, Kmmn, the wlfe of A. V. Fttt, presldent of the Chlc ago Instltuto; 'H'llllam Hevell and Paul Dwlght, who llvo ln Northfield. She was a woman, qulct, unostentatlous ln llfe, flndlng her preatcst joy ln the clrclo of her home nnd famlly; nnd yet when duty called her to soclal llfti her nntural Kraces and lntellectual eulture enabled hcr to 1111 these dutles wlth much credlt to hersclf. She was cncrsctlc, lndustrl ous, maklng her home the bcst place on earth for those whom Ood had Rlven lnto hcr kceplng, nnd hospltnble to all who came lnto her llfe. Her eharacter was pure and spotless nnd her nature en dowed wlth womnnly grace and dlgnlty. I HOUGHTON & SIMONDS Public interest has centered the past week on the opening of our new Fur De partment in the new store. It should be noted in connection with the special val- planned for this occasion that fur ues prices are advancing in the wholesale fur market f urs in November and December will probably cost very much more. By making selections now you have first choice of this immense variety. A stock made up during the summer, from special selected skins. All the newest flat shapes in Scarfs and Muffs in all the desira- ble kinds of furs. The prices are at the very lowest notch for the quality of the garments. Mrs. C. F. Slmonds of New York clty Is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. N. P. Wood thls week. Mrs. Harry Gates of Orange has recent ly vlslted her mothcr, Mrs. Charles Steb blns of East Northlleld. A cut of Crane Cottnge nppears ln the October Iadles' Home Journal, and an artlcle telllng how a woman pald for her home. Mrs. Stebblns was one of 1000 who competed for tho prlze nnd was a wlnner. The Unltarlan Sunday school wlll be oponed ncxt Sunday lmmedlately after the mornlng servlco and lt Is urged that every parent havlng a chlld of school age wlll see that that chlld Is present, ln order to make a school of any worth to the church it ls necessary to have every chlld present. The semi-annual meetlng of the Unlta rlan Connecticut Valley conference was held ln Northfield on Wodnesday and was atlended by 130 delegates and 10 mlnlsters. Papers were read by ltev. (J. Antolne Slngcen of Holyoke on "Tho Place of the Blble ln Modern Hellglous Teachlng" and by Uov. John Cuckson of Plymouth on "What Alls Us7 A Cheerful Dlagnosls." These wi?re followed by a splrited dlscus slon maklng the entlre day one of great Interest nnd benellt to the conference. Ulnner was served by the parlsh. At the electlon of olliccrs the presldent decllned re-electlon and Mr. Nash, superlntendent of schools of Holyoke, wns elected In hls place. Mr. Wrlght of Chlcopee and H. C. Parsons of Oreenllcld were made vlce presldents and Alfred S. Free of Flor ence, secretary and treasurer. Fur Scarfs The Brattleboro Llcenses. Burlington News. The Brattleboro Phn-nlx asserts that lt ls the understandlng of the llcense com mlssloners of that town, who have re cently revoked four llcenses, that no ll censes can bo Issued ln thelr places. This ls a doubtful posltion. Tho people of the town voted llcense ! how can four law breakers exerclse a veto power over Brat tleboro? Hutland Hcrald. We agreo wlth the Herald that the at tltudo of the llcense commlssloners ls one of doubtful wlsdom If not legallty. Brat tleboro by law ls entitled to a certaln number of llcenses, lf her people vote for llcense. The people of that town voted for llcense nnd the llcenses wero Issued. Four of the llieenses have now been re voked and tho people are entitled to have new ones issued. lf this wero not truo lt would bo ln the power of any license board, for mero technlcal violatlons, to re verso the popular vote in any town by revoklng all the llcenses. The state W. C. T. U., ln sesslon at Woodstock yesterday, elected these of llcers: Presldent, Mrs. Ida H. Read of Shelburne; correspondlng secretary, Mrs. Gratla E. Davidson of Newfane; record lng secretary, Mrs. A. A. Wyman of Cam bridgeport; treasurer, Mrs. E. Mead Den ney of Montpelier; audltor, Mrs. Allco M. ltichardson of Montpelier; vice presl dents, Mrs. Ij. B. Clark of Rutland, Mrs. Laura D. Kcser of Rochester, Mrs. M. C, Pearson of Coventry; vlce presldent-at-lnrge, Mrs. E. P. Lund of Burlington. DAIIK BLENDED WATER MINK SCARF worth $3, six-clal at $2.25 WOOL SEAL, SCARF Slx talls at $3.75 REAL BLACK MAUTBN SCARF Slx talls at $4.50 REAL BLACK MARTEN SCARF Very large at $5.00 ! BLENDED WATER MINK SCARF i Has very wlde collar; slx talls; splendld valuo at $5.25 ! HUDSON BAY SABLE OPOSUM ' SCARF Slx long talls; very handsomo at $5.75 BROWN MARTEN SCARF The choleest quality; slx largo brown marten tails, at $5.75 NATURAL OPOSSUM SCARF A very long, flne fur, wlde collar, larno dark talls; a S7.50 scarf for $6.00 RUSSLVN SQUIRREL SCARF Cape effect collar; sAx dark talls at $6.25 GREY OTTER SCARF Slx hand somc long tails, at $6.25 SABLE FOX SCARF Largo handsomo talls, a $7.50 Ecarf at $6.25 BLACK MARTBN SCARF Very handsorae long fur at $6.50 SABLE RACOON SCARFS Elght talls. best wearlnc of furs at $7.50 DARK ISABELLA FOX SCARFS Full wlde collar; a regular $10 fur at $8.50 SABLE RACCOON SCARF Has wlde collar and slx largo talls very handsome, at $8.75 REAL BLACK MARTEN SCARF Full handsorae collar, elght talls. a beautlful scarf at $8.75 ISABELLA FOX SCARF Special at $9.50 BLENDED WATER MINK SCARF Largo collar, braid trlnimlng, Fur Scarfs Long Fur Stoles. four large long talls, a beautlful scarf; easlly worth $12. GO at $10.00 ISABELLA FOX SCARF Very long, stolo effect collar; special at $10.98 REAL EASTERN MINK SCARF Elght "large talls; a $15 scarf at $12.75 ISABELLA FOX SCARF Selected quality, long silky fur, flnlshcd wlth brush talls; an $18 scarf at $14.75 ALASKAN ISABELLA FOX SCARF A number bctter than the above; very long, choleest fur; a $20 scart at $15.75 Long Fur Pelerines. GENUINE BLACK MARTEN PEt-r ERINE Very long, at $9.00 satu.tc vnv PELEKINE Four large tails; very handsorae at $9.00 DIJAI, TlT.AfK MARTEN PEI- ERINE, finishcd wlth large talls and braid. A $12.50 rur ror $10.00 RACCOON PELERINE, cxtra long, finlslied with G tails and cords wlth tails at $10.00 ALASKAN ISABELLA FOX PEI-r ERINE, selected quality, long allk-v fur. nnlshfil with C talls and cords with talls, a $30.00 fur at $23.00 A HANDSOME S"ET ISABELLA FOX PELERINE. with large PI1 low Muff to mateh, cxtra choice lonir llne fur. snlendld colorlngs Special low price for set. 33.00 $35.00 Children's Fur Sets CHILDREN'S FUR SETS Fancy Muff and Collar. A spiemuu as sortment. GREY KRIMMER STOLE Grey tails and cords; very showy at $7.50 ELECTRIC SEAL STOLE SaL!n lined, slx marten talls, long cords wlth tails. An $18 fur at $15.00 ELECTRIC SEAL STOLE Edged with wlde strlpo of black mar ten, slx largo black marten tails, cords with talls, very low prico at $16.00 RUSSIAN SQUIRREL STOLE Grey and white combination lined wlth satln to match, trlni med with braid, six dark talls, cords with two talls at $18.00 SABLE FOX STOLE Very hand somo largo brush tails, cords wlth talls, at $18.00 BROWN MARTEN STOLE Ex tra long fur, lined wlth Sklnner satln, six largo tails, cords wlth tails, made to sell for $25. Our special price, $19.00 SABLE FOX STOLE Beautlful llne sllky fur, slx tails, cords with tails, at $23.00 ALASKAN SABLE FOX STOLE Selected quality, long silky fur, lined wlth Sklnner satln, has sllk cords wlth tails and flnished with six large brush talls. A fur woth $G0, at $45.00 Muffs Hoth Round Muffs and tho New Flat Muffs ln furs to match all tho above. Wo can mention but few of the good valucs. ROUND CONEY MUFF special at $1.00 FI.AT BLACK MUFF. at $1.75 FLAT BLACK MUFF very good at $2.50 ROUND BLACK MARTEN MUFF at $5.50 ROUND ISABELLA FOX MUFF at $9.00 FLAT ISABELLA FOX MUFF.ex- tra large, long flne fur, at $15.00 C u s t o m Tai lo r img MORE charming effects have never been seen in custom woolens. Our stock of these superb goods is now at its best, and we respectfully solicit an early inspection. Our suits at $25, $28, $30, $32 and $35 are all hand made by men tailors and not sewed up on sew ing machines as the cheap kind are. If you want the best of work at a minimum price join issue with the merchant who wishes to associate his name with merchandise that re flects credit upon the wearer, the retailer and the manufacturer. E. E. PERRY & CO. Clothiers. Hatters. Outfitters. WARM WINTER UNDERWEAR. This department is now lillcd to overflowing with every desirable kind of winter weight wear for women, men and children. Central Vermont Railway Co. Southern Divlslon. Effective October 11, 1903. Tralna leave Brattleboro a follows: 6:23 a. m. dolly for SprinKfleld, nrek day for New York. 7:25 a. m. week days for New London; connects at Mlllers Falla for Troy; at Palmer for Boaton. 7:50 a. m. week days for South London derry. 9:07 a. m. week days for Sprlngfleld and New York. 10:15 a. m., week days for Mlllers Falls and Boston. 2:27 p. m. week days for Sprlngfleld and New York. 4:35 p. m. week days fof Now London and NfiW York vla. Norwich Lme steamers; connects at Palmer for Boa ton. 4:35 p. m. dally for Sprlnsfleld and New York. 3:51 p. m., Sunday only for Springfleld and New York. 6:45 p. m. week days. for South London derry. Subject to chnngo wlthout notlce. E. H. FITZHUGH, Vlce Presldent and General Manager. J, K. BENTLEY,' General Passenger Agent. Boston & Maine RailroadCo. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. In effect Oct. 11, 1903. Tralna leave Brattleboro, northbonnd: 11:05 a. m. for statlons to Windsor, Lan caster, St. Johnsbury, Newport, 8her brooke, Montreal vla. C. P. By., Que bec, Burlington, St, Albans and Mon treal. 2:30 p. m., Montreal express. 5:30 p. 'ra. White Rlver Junctlon pas senger. 10:15 p. m. nlght exprees. Dally. 7:57 n, m., Sunday paper traln to Wind sor. SOUTHBOUND. For Northampton, Holyoke and Sprlng fleld, 5:23 n, m 9:07 a. m., 2. 27 p. m., t:15 p. m., (dally), Also 3:51 p. m. (Sun days only.) D. J, FLANDEBS, Gen'l Passenger and Tlcket Agent. D. G. O'NEIL, Painter, Decorator, Paper Hanger. All orders oxecutcd nromiitly. and estlinates . , .... ..11 i.l.i.l jif ii-nrl- nvnn. tecn yeure of oxwrience ln Ilrnttlebnro wlll lestlfy to tho quality of ourwork. Only oxpc rienceti worKineu ciumi uu. Special Attentlon Given to Interlor Decoratlon. Addrces 117 Klllot 6tit;et, llratHelKiro. BULBS. vmv le tiip. TIMR fn ac.t vinir bullia for nutdonr pliintlng, biicli ua ifj iiclntliR, Tullns, 1IUUOU1I8, L HH:u, UIU. Jiry iiua h,,m .-. I'or tlie liouse, I'hIiiib, Ferus, llegoiiius, ete. D. McGILLIVRAY. The Bradley Greenhouses. Ladies' Jersey Underwear. . LEADEU this year ls the very heavy flecced Jersey Vests and Pants, sold in torao towns for 3t)c. The best garment you can llnd, at 25c THE CELEBRATED AXFOIID CUT" UNDEB.WEAH. lieavy Ueecetl Jerseys wlth extra largo arm size. The best hcavy cot ton garments made. Coraes in long and short sleevo vests and kneo and anklo length pants. Sizes 3, i, 5, G, 7, S. Extra vai ue, at 50c 1 F1NER WEAVE FLEECED JER j SEY VESTS AND PANTS. Cut i and shaped llke tho merlno un 1 derwear. A very attractive gar ! ment, at 50c JERSEY VESTS AND PANTS HALF WOOL. Sllver grey or white, at 75c ! FINE WOOL JERSEY VESTS AND PANTS. Sllver grey or wnue. Besldo tho regular slzes thero arn nxtra sizes in these. All slzes are $1.00 PIIRE AUSTRALIAN WOOL JER SEY VESTS AND PANTS, ln -white only. A very flne, elastio garment, at 1.50 i Anifs1 RT.Ar'K wnni, jrrsey EQUEST1UKNN1S T1UUTS, at $1.00 and $1.50 Men's Underwear. MBN'S JAEGER FLEECED VESTS ! AND PANTS, at 39c i FAMOUS BUFFALO HEALTH 1 ITNnRRWEAR. Ileavv vests i and pants, with heavy, flne, soft, 1 (leecing. A special good valuo, , at 50c 1 MEN'S NATURAL WOOL VESTS ! AND PANTS. Special value i at $1.00 ! MEN'S FINE NATURAL WOOL VESTS AND PANTS, Heavy and soft. A regular $1.50 gar ment for $1.25 Flat Goods in Ladies' Underwear. WHITE FLEECED MERINO VESTS AND PANTS, at 50c WHITE MERINO VESTS AND PANTS. Half wool. at 75c NATURAL WOOL VESTS AND PANTS; usually sold for $1.00, at 79c NATURAL WOOL VESTS AND PANTS: slzes up to 4C; a splen dld quality, at $1.00 WHITE WOOL VESTS AND PANTS. Fine and soft, at $1.00 FINE NATURAL WOOL VESTS AND PANTS. Strictly all wool of a flne, soft quality; slzes up to 40. at $1.37 In Jersey Union Suits. HEAVY FLEECED COTTON UNION SUITS, at 50c HEAVY UNION SUITS; flne lleec ing, Oneita style, at 75c FINE HEAVY UNION SUITS; Oneita style; ln white or nat ural; also ln button front, at $1.00 PART WOOL UNION SUITS; hoth Oneita style and buttonlng down front, white or natural. A union suit made to sell for $1.50, at $1.37 ONEITA UNION SUITS. Two- thlrds wool. in whito or natural A splendld quality, a't $1.75 ONEITA UNION SUITS, fn sllver grey; very flne, soft and elastle; strictly all wool. A splendid value, at $2.50 CHILDREN'S WOOL UNION SUITS in sllver grey, at $1.00 Children's Jersey Underwear. MISSES FLEECED JERSEY ' VESTS AND PANTS. Splendld- ly shaped; heavy lleeclng: Slzes 2 to 14 years. All one price, 25c HOYS' JAEGER VESTS and DRAWERS.. Very heavy fleec ing; non-shrinkable. Slzes 24 to 34, all 25c MISSES' WHITE WOOL JERSEY VESTS in four sizes, at 50c WRIGHT'S FAMOUS HEALTH UNDERWEAR FOR CHILDREN Pure white; heavy downy lleec lng; sleeves and pant legs of double jersey fabrlc; absolutely non-shrinkable. Accordlng to slzes, from 35 to 521-2c CHILDREN'S NATURAL WOOL JERSEY VESTS AND PANTS wlth flno fleecing. Accordlng to sizes, from 35 to 75c MISSES' TIGHTS. Long drawer leggins ln black, at 75c Flat Goods in i Children's Underwear. CHILDREN'S NATURAL WOOL VESTS, PANTS AND DRAW ERS. Heavy and soft. Sizes 18 to 34, at from 30c to 70c CHILDREN'S NATURAL LAMB'S WOOL GARMENTS Vests, Pants and Drawers. Strictly all wool, of the flnest quality. Ac cordlng to slzes, from 45c to $1 00 THE FAMOUS DR. DENTON'S HYGIENIC KNIT SLEEPING GARMENTS FOR CHILDREN. Slzes from 1 year to 10 years, 50c to 75c CHILDREN'S KNIT JERSEY SLEEPING GARMENTS. All sizes', at 25c DANGEROUS drlvlng wlth a poor harnees. DANGEROUS lcttlng your horse stand wlth out a good warm blanket. DANGEROUS to purchase bofore you examlne and gct low prices that are made on HARNESS, BLANKETS, AND ROBES At J. EDGAR MELLEN'S HARDWARE STORE. SPECIAL THIS WEEK. 12 pounds Sweet Potatoes 25 cts. Bottle Columbia Catsup, 25c. TAKEN IIY MlSTAIvK from my store smnll biimlle, nnirkcd Cyrus KuniMlell, containing ilry goods. Wlll tlmler pleuso resuru. J. E. GLEASON, 32 Elllot St. AT WILCOX'S NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE. We have Just recelved thls week a large llne of LAMPS and they are all bargalns. I.iuii)i3 wlth shnile. 75 cents. Good slzcil Liunns wlth Klobes. 11.00. lt ls n bi vulue. I I.arKO I.ump wlth sluule. S1..V), uncxeclleut bar I miln. Deeorateil Ijmip;, ltochcstcr burner, j $2i0. Tlils la un extrn jrooil bartrnln. I.'.'JS bnvs n ilnnily I'arlor Ijunj). SlJil, $4.50, $tl.50. I $S.-V uml JHI f.ainps wlll uilorn uny parlor. Our little ulKht lauip at Hi cents tsa peucli for tnc nrlce. Two stvlcs of nlirht laains for Z ecnts. uniltliey nre tliotiest woevcrhad at that inice. Now arriving every day, Croekcry, fihi'w.warc, Tln-ware, China, Lailles', Jlcn's aml ChiMrcn's Underwear, NoIIdiis, Toys. Games. Dolls, and a host of Noveltles. ln fnct, everytliini? you want cau 1 found wlth us. Come and see us. WILCOX'S N.Y. BARGAIN STORE Brattleboro, Vt. Greenfleld, Mass. $2,000 WORTH OF Sale of Neckwear at Half Price. 5 BEGINNING T0-M0RR0W, SATURDAY, 2 AU styles of Stocks and Top Collars that we have too many of, all broken lines, all pleces slightly .?olled, will be placed on sale at the neckwear counter at JUST HALF PRICE. The lot includes Pique Stock TJes, Wash- 5 able Stocks, Sllk Stocks and Linen Stocks, Top Collars of Lawn, Silk and tace, Part of these hve never been taken out of the reserve boxes. The 35c ones will be 12 i-sc, the 50c ones will be 25c, and so oq. This is a splendid opportunity. I HOUGHTON 8l SIMONDS When Tired and Thirsty 1 Remember our Soda Fourtnln COLLEGE ICES Wlth all the Crushed Frults Chocolate and Coffee SMUDGE Tho Taklnir Seclalty of thclseason ls our Co'teo nnd Chocolate EGG NOG BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY Touch a Dollar Wlth the hand of folly, nnd It llles nway." In vest it ln Llfe Insurance. nnd it adds a feathcr to yourown winirs, Slth ycnr, doinif buslness in :V statcs. Xatlonal Llfe InsurniH-e Co. of Vermont (Mutual), ()r(?nnlied 1S.V). H. E. TAYLOR & SON, Crosby Block. Gen'l Agents, FURNITURE to be Closed Out regardless of cost. Ilnvhit; decided to retiro from buslness, I shull eloc out my cntlro stock witliin tho next few weeks. llere ls a chnnco to gct f urnlturo nt nlmost your own jirlce. JOHN RETTING. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Will 1)0 sold at I'uhlic Auctlon, on tho premiscs lir Wost Brattleboro, on tho 24th Day of October, 1903. At - o'clock ln tho nftcrnoon, About Seven Acres of Land Ileingrthemeadow so lonR owned by T. T. Stowe, deccased, and Issold to settlotheestnte. Thls land is ccntnilly located. bcintf across Whetstono Ilrook from Maln Stroet.cxtendiHK from Stockwcll's storo townrds tho brldgo on Melrose street, It is In a Kood stnto of ciltlvatlon nnd Is wcll ndapted for raisiiiK etretables, berrics, grnss or corn. A lare, younif, asparaKiis bod whlch brlnirs in n trool yearly revenuo ls Krowinir thereou nnd is worthy of special mention, 'J'n those who want land for culti vntiou, hcro ls nn opportunity to purchase, sueh os comos not often. F. D. E. STOWE, Admlnlstrator rtrattlelHiro, Vt., October, 12, 19U1. Three Good Ones Thel GlenwoOd Quaker and Richmond Ranges I have a good llne of OIL HEATERS, WICKS, LANTERNS, GLOBES, Etc, Ciill and oxnmino goods and get prices. General Line of Hardware DON A. WILDER, 40 Elllot St. Are hard to beat. Let us interest you in their good points. We also have some attractive Parlor Stoves with right prices. EMERSON & SON. Everything For Housekeeping. 2 &. 4 Maln St. BRATTLEBORO VT.