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THE VERMONT PHGENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, NOYEMBER 20, 1903.
4 Announcementa. Lntcst modcls In Womcn's Tnllor-mmlo Sults and Wnlklng Pklrts nnil Wnlsts. New Fnll GoodsnndTrlmiitlngsto mnko np In tnllorcd nnd ovcnliiK co9lumc9. Mis McMknimkn, 9Flnt8troot. To Ront. My New Cottnge House nt No. 3 Ilullock Bt. llnsnll modcrncoinciilcnecs: n vcry plcasnnt homoforn smnll fnmlly. Inqulro of O. J. PltATT. antod. Two ortlu-eo Indy clerks; nlso 0110 or two brlght. netlvo young 'cn to lcnrn Uio dry goods buslness. Good pny nml stcndy cmploy mcnt formcnt. Inqulio Iti pcreon of O. J. VltATT. Mlss S. Louise Plerco. Slinmpoolng, HnlrdrcssliiK, Scnlp nnd Fnclnl Trcntnient, Mntileiiring. 10 Orovo Btrect. . Notlce. Mrs. A.J. Towksbury wlll opcn pnrlors nt Mra. Smlth's. 4 Green stieet, whero alio will tuku ordcrs for strcct, dress nml oomfort shoes. 110119111-03 tnkcii nnd llt guuratitccd. I'lcnscd to tncot nll her old oustoiners nnd ranny now oncs. Mnll ordcrs promptly nt tcnded to. Ordcrs mny tie loft on tiook at Mrs. Smlth's. At lmmo Thursday ntternoon9. Plano Tunlno. Lewis J. Carpentcr, tho plano tuncr, who comos to Brattleboro evcry month, wlll uttend to orders left wlth P. P. Con nora at tho storo of tne Brattleboro Nowa company, Boston nddrcss, 15 Temple Placo. INSTHUCTION Ih Drawlng and Palntlng In all lta branches. Course of slx threo hour lessons, J5.00. Chlldren under 14 years, half prlce. Mrs. F. II. LAWTON, 10 Spruco St. Vlsltors wolcome Thursdays. C. M. Park, Tutor, Prlnclpal BRATTLEBORO PRIVATB SCHOOL. Shorthand taught. BRATTLEBORO. Entrles for the Vermont Whcel club's bllllard and pool tournament wlll close Saturday nlght at 9 o'clock. The new headquarters of company I wlll be open evenlngs untll 10 o'clock nnd on Sunday nftemoon nnd evenlng untll D o'clock. The Ladles' Cathollfl Benevolent asso clatlon held an assembly In Hed Men's hall Monday evenlng, whlch was attendcd by 23 couples. Ice crenm and other re freshments were served. James W. Lestcr of Putney, ono of the slgnors of the Stowell noto for $20, 000, haa nied a potltlon for a dlscharge from bankrnptcy. There wlll be n hearlng on tho potltlon Dee. 7, ln the ofllce of F. D. E. Stowe, referee. llolden & Martln nrc movlns thelr steam mlll from West Dummerston to the lot formerly owned by Judge Whocler ln Jamaica. A bulldlng for tho use of the omployes Ih belng put up by Mr, llolden nnd Lysander Lord. Tho clvll servlco commlsslon hns or derod an cxnmlnatlon for clerk nnd cnr rier in the post olllce servlce to be held at tho Brattleboro olllce Dec. 2, at 9 a. m. Partlculars may be learned on nppljca tlon to Mlss F. E. Gulld at the post oftlco. . The members of the Columblan book club held thelr nnnual meetlng last even lng at the home of tho presldent, Mrs. Maveretto Flshor. These offlcers were elected for the comlng yenr: Presldent, Mrs. Maveretto Flshor; vlce presldent, Mrs. C. II. Davenport: secretary and treasurcr, Mlss Edlth M. Stolto; exec utlvo commlttee, Mrs. R, L. S. Paton, Mrs. C. R. Crosby and Mrs. Charlos Knlght. The oi house near the Central Ver mont englno house was dlscovered to be on flre nbout 5.23 o'clock last nlght, nnd an alarm was glven at box 30. near Whet stone brldge. Tho department was on hand very qulckly, but was not necded, as rallroad employes selzed a boso at tho englno house nnd put out tho flre. The oll house contalned several hundred gal lons of oll ln galvnnlzed Iron tanks. If lt hid been Ignlted the englno house would have been destroyed. Tho flre burned throUBh tho roof. Tho Dummerston lleenso commlsslon ers wlll hold a publlc hcnrlrig Monday at 2 o'clock, In Townsend's hall In West Dummerston, on tho charges of tho Dummerston constnbles agnlnst Flsk G. Rogers, nlleglng lllegal sales of llquor. The commlssloners onco declded that the evldence was not sufllclent to warrant holdlng a publlc hearlng. but the com plalnants were not satlsfled and placed the matter In the hands of tho select men, and would have carrled lt to tho state's attorney If nothlng had been done. Rev. C. II. Spauldlng, D. D., of Bos ton will speak at tho Baptlst church next Sunday. The address at tho morning servlce will refer especially to the mls slonary work of. tho great Baptlst Publl calion Soclety of Philadelphla, of whlch Dr. Spauldlng is Now England secretary, and tho annual offcrlns of tho churcl( wlll be mado. In the evenlng Dr. Spauld lng, who 1s a speclallst and expert In nll matters pertalning to Sunday schools, wlll speak especially to Sunday school workers, nnd sympathlzers wlth their work. A vcry hearty tnvltntlon is ex tendcd to nll Interested. II. L. Emerson's borse and fumituro wagon and tho electrlc car whlch left West Brattleboro nt 5,30 o'clock got mlxed up on Western avonue last even lng. The horso was left standlng on the trnck In front of the Hnmo for the Aged and Dlsablcd. Tho small electrlc llght a short dlstanco west of that polnt shone In the oyes of Motormnn Elmer Johnson sn that ho was unablo to seo tho tenm In tlmo to prevent a colllslon, nlthough hc reversed tho power and put on tho brake. Tho horso stepped to ono sldo nnd tho car struck the front end of tho wagon, smaHhlng tho forward part, demollshlng the fender and damaglng tho front end of tho car. The horso was thrown under tho car, but was not hirt boyond a few scratchos. It was lmposslble to movo tho car untll tho horso had been pulled from under It, How's Thls. Wo offor Ono Hundrod Dollars ltownnl for nny rnxi of Catarrh thut ciinnot l cured by llull's Catarrh Curo. F. J. CHEN'EY & CO.. Toledo, O. Wc, tho underslg ned, huvo knowu F. J, Che ncy for the laat 15 years, nnd liellevo hlm er fcctly hnnnruhlo in uli buslness tnuisiictiona nnd llnnncliilly ablo to carry out nny oblign tlons mado by their llrni. West &Tnmx. Wholesilenruir(rlsts,Tolodo. O, Wuldinp. Kinnnu & Murvln, Wholesnlc Drug glsts, Toledo, (. Ilnll's Cuturrh Cuio Is tnkeu intornnlly, nct tng dlrcctly upon tho blood nnd mucous sur-fiu-es of tho system. TestimonUils sent frec, l'rico 75o per bottlo. Fold by nll druKKists. Ilall'a Fnmlly I'llla aro tho best. "What ls the prlce of Dobbln's Electrlc soap?" "Slx cents a bar, full slze, reduced from ten." "Why that's tho prtce of common brown soap. Send me a box, I can't afford to buy any other soap aftor thls." Wo thlnk wo can curo a bnd caso of Backaeho ijulcker wlth ono of Cartor's Smart Weed and Belladonna Backache Plasters, than any other nppllcntlon, nnd uftor tho Backnche is cured, you can stlll wonr tho plaster wlthout dlscomfort for two or threo woeks, or longer. Thls com blnatlnn of Smart Weed nnd Belladonna ls a great hlt, nnd It Is hnrd to ilnd nny pnin or noho that wlll not yleld to it. I'rino 25 conts. Sold by drugglsts overy-whoro. IIuKAVhttmnn had a long gash cut ovrrirni-eyo whlle playlng foot hall nt Tufts eollcgo recontly. The froo klndergarten on Elllot- strect Is clooIion ncicount of a cnso bf dlph thcrlfl Inrthnt vlelnlty, .The MSster Mflson'n degreo was work ed nt nM'fipeclnl communlcntloh of Brat tlebyro lodge, Ko. 102 F. & A. M., last evenlng. O. F. K. Jenno glves nntlco In nnother column that tho White Star stcamshlp llno wjll nssumo control of tho Boston servlce of tho Donilnlon llne on Dec. 1. II. O, Everlctli of Putney hns llled n potltlon tor n dlschnrge from bankrnptcy. A hearlng on tho potltlon wlll be held In tho olllco of Ilefcreo F. D. 13. Stowe Dec. " 7 Judge Iloyt II. Wheeler hns nnnouucod tlmt.tho hearlng on the potltlon for n new trlal In tho cnsn of "Spottcr" Wllson vs. I'erclvnl W. C'lement cnnnot be henrd In Brattleboro Nov. IS, but wlll have to bo set for tho 21th or 2Stli. W. A. Beldon was nrrested nt hls home on Elllot street Wednesdny by I'ollceinan Tliayer, who wns sent for. ln the nfter- nnou Belden wns nrrulgnod boforo Jtistlco Newton. Ile plended gullty to tho chnrge of fntoxlcatlon nnd was Ilned 5 nnd costs, whlch ho pald. A. Hpeclal dlstrlct tneetlng for the In- structlon of tho oincers of the several lodges of the elghth Masonlc dlstrlct wlll bo held nt Masonlc hall In Brattleboro Wodnesdnv, Nov. 25, at 10 a. m., under the dlrcctlon of Orrln R. Buell, D. D. G. M., of Wilmington. The ladles of tho t'nltnrlan soclety gavo an excellent supper In Wells hall Tuesday evenlng, whlch wns well patronlzed. Dur- Ing tho evenlng a muslal program was rendered, conslstlng of vocal solos by Mrs. F. W. Putnnm, Mlss Lenna Thomns, und'Arthur II. Hrnsor and vlolln solos by Floyd Johnson. Tho rnilroad track near the cannlng fnctory was blockod an hour Wednosilay aftemoon by two empty conl cars. Whlle several cars were belng swltched two of tho.ni on dlfterent trncks catne together nt the swltch and wero tlpped up, but not enough to turn them over. One end of one car was dernlled. class of seven took tho thlrd nnd fourth degrees at a meetlng of Protectlvo Orange Wednesdny nlght. Protectlve Grmigeihas passed the Randolph Grnnge Innenjbershlp nnd Is agaln tho largest grange ln Vermont, havlng a membershlp of over 430. II. W. Sargcnt Is worthy mastcr of the organlzatlon. Tli- wlll of Mlss Sarah Harrlson, who dled nt the Brooks House rocently, In addltlun to leavlng J100.000 to Yale t'ul vorsltand $30,000 to tho liosplutl ln New. llaven, tnade a bequest of $60,000 to Mlss Eva Gllkcr, the nurso who had bec.il wlth her seven years and who was her attendant durlng her last lllness. Tho Womnn's Auxlllnry of the Young Men's Chrlstlnn Assoclatlon wlll hold n wlndow markct In tho nssoclatlon rooms S.turdfiy nftemoon, Nov. 21, from 2 to B o'clock, under tho supervlslon of Mrs. Gcorge C. Averill. The market wlll bo devoted to tho sale of plckles, Jellles, canned frults and home-made preserves. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Pltman, who were called hero last wcck by the de.ith of IrkPltman's fnther, J'. D. Plummcr, wfll mnko thelr home hero. Mr. Pltman was a clerk ln O. J. Pratt's store ten ycahi, but for the past 23 years has lieen at he head of important departments In Qunckenbush A Co.'s storo in Troy, N. Y. The flrst snnw storm of the season wns recorded ln Brattleboro on Monday, Nov. 10. finow fell contlnuously an hour and a half In tho forenoon. eoverlng tho landscn'pe wlth an lnch nnd a half of white innntle. The cold raln whlch fol lowed throughout Tuesday and Wednes dny Uld not romove the snow cntlrely un tll after 21 hours. The unlon Thnnksglvlng servlce thls yenr wlll bo held ln the I'nltarlan ohureh next, Wednesdny evenlng nt 7.30 o'clock. Rev. U. Q. S. Osgood wlll prcach tho th6" sermon nnd the other minlsters ln tho villago wlll asslst in the servlce. Edwin-H. Mlllor wlll havo clmrgo of the slnglng. The usual Thanksglvlng nfferlng In behalf of tho Assoclated Chailtles wlll be rereived at thls servlre. It ls hoi'd thnt there wlll be a largo attendance. Tho Shelburne Falls foot ball tenm wlll come to Brattleboro tomorrow for n re turn gatne. Tho local eleven has been strcngthcned slnco tho'gamo at Shelburno Falls and thero ls expi-etatlon of a close nnd llvcly oontest. A tenm In Worcester Is nogotlatlng for a gamo here Thanks glvlng day. Mgr. March was In Amherst the flrst of tho wcck to nrrango for a con te.st wlth an Amherst consolldated aggre gatlon', but could not get satlsfactory terms. v The Congregatlonal club closed a con tract yesterday for the Shaksperlan drama "Othcllo," to Ihj glven In tho Au dltorlum Wcdnoeday evenlng, Dec. 9, by qno of the best profosslonnl companles on tho road. The artlsts wlll come here from New York and wlll glve tho plece in rich costumes. Harry Lelghton, who plays the rolo of "Othello," has starrcd wlth Modjeska, Thomas Keene, Frederlck Wnrde nnd others, nnd Florence Galo, who plays "Desdemona." has captlvatcd full houses In "The Prlsoner of Zenda," "Afe You Llke It," and other pleces. Tho Increasing interest ln tho Choral Unlon was shown Monday nlght by n largo attendance desplto the heavy raln and tho fact that tho stores wero open. Tho next rehearsal wlll bo held ln the Baptlst vestry next Wodnesday evenlng. Mr. Coilin haa planned to havo a speclal attractlon nt oach rehearsal durlng the Iritormlsslon, for the benellt not only of the members of the chorus, but of thoso who come In to llsten. These will Include solo numbcrs by outsldo singers, plano f.electlons, etc. Mr. Cotlln wlll brlng soon hls leadlng soprano sololst ln the Keeno soclety, It is planned to havo two planos nt rehearsals horeafter, ono for the 'Volco pnrts and ono for tho nccoin panimeut. A dlslnterested porson ln Koene wrote In n prlvato letter thls week: "I congratulato you on havlng Mr. Cof iln for dlrector. You wlll enjoy hlm very rauch." Mlss Ollvo I-oulo Wurner of Brattleboro nnd Wlnlield II. Hubbard of Hlnsdale, were marrled nt 8 o'clock Wednesdny morning nt tho home of the brlde's mother. Mrs. K. M. Warner of C3 Elllot Street. Rev. II. R. Miles, pastor of tho Congregatlonal church, pcrformed tho cer mony, whlch wns wlth a slngle ring. Tho only guests were a fow young women frlends of tho bride, Tho brlde woro whtle French niuslln nnd carrled a bou quet of cnrnntlons. After tho mnrrlago a weddlng breakfast wns served. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard started on tho 9.00 traln south for a weddlng trlp of two woeks.. They wlll llvo at C3 Elllot street. Mrs. Hubbard Is a graduate of tho North street pchool and Albany Businesa college. . For tho past four years sho has been a sten ographer for Dunhnm Brothcrs. Mr. Hubbard ls a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cabot Hubbard of Hlnsdale. Ho wlll bo em ployed by the Estey Organ company, Mrs. Hubbard wlll rcturn to her posltlon wlth Dunhnm Brothers. The Brattleboro chapter, Daughters of tho Amerlcan Revolution, held thelr No vember mpetlng Tuesday aftemoon at tho home of Mrs. J. E. Hall. Tho mem bers voted to give $100 toward paylng for the tablet whlch wlll be erected on the old camp ground by the patrlotlc socl eties of Vermont, An Interestlng fenture of tho meetlng wns n paper by Mrs. Duano Clement, n Brooklyn member of tho chapter, on "Colonlnl Brooklyn," whlch wns read by Mrs. Edward Starkey. Mrs. Clement presentod to tho chapter a brlck whlch she secured durlng tho pasf yoar whon tho Hnll of Records, orlgl nnlly the "new Jall," wns belng torn donn In Clty Hnll park, Brooklyn. Tho brlck ls of Interest to tho chapter becauso of tho fact that Ethan Allon was at ono tlmo conllned ln the dungeon. It wns frnmed ln oak nnd nccompanled by tho suggestlon of tho donor thnt it mlght servo us a romlndor of tho hardshlps whlch Ethan Allon nnd others ondured in ordor that wo mlght have tho blesslngs wlth whlch wo nro surrounded today. Tho meetlng closed wlth n soclal half hour, durlng whlch refreshmenta wero served. llnrvest day wlll bo obscrved nt tho ITomo for the Aged nnd Dhmbtml on Dec. 3. Chlof-nf-Pollce llnll hns clenncd out n nost of MUpatlnnnhln rhnrarters thls wnplf Obllglng several of them to leavo town. Playltig wlll begln nt 8 o'clock next Tursday ovnlnK tho flrst nlght of the cnrd tournnmont at tho Whecl club rooms. Whlst wlll bo plnyed. Tho regular mcotlng of tho Internn tlonnl Sunshlno soclety. Brattleboro brnnch 1, nnuouncod for next week, wlll be postponed on acoount of Thnnks glvlng. i A largo number of Brattleboro pcoplo nre ptnnnlng to nttcnd tho Thnnksglvlng ball In lllnsdalo Wednesdny nlght. Lellslnger'n orcheslra of 10 pleces wlll futnlsh tho muslc for danclng. A son of Charlos Doyo wont to Sprlng lleld, Mnss., Wednesdny to vlslt hls unclo, but got lost nnd wns taken In chargo by tho pollce forco. Chlcf Hall wns nntllled nd had the boy sent home yesterday. Tho Daughters of the Amerlcan Revolu tion wlll slt together In the Congrega tlnnnl church Monday nlght to llsten to tho nddrcss by Judgo Wendell P. Stnf ford, glven under the nusplccs of the Wo mnn's club, L. D. Tnylor Is arranglng for n serlcs of assemblios In tho Brooks House thls nil tuinn nnd wlnter, tho flrst belng held on Thntik'glvlng nlght nnd the second on Now Year's nlght. Leltslngor's orchestra wlll furnlsh muslc. Escnlloped oysters, cold meats, cake, colToo, etc, wete served to a very largo number liy the ladles of tho Congrega tlonal soclety In the vestry last evenlng. Homo-innde confcctlonery wns sold by the Fessendcn Helplng II and soclety, i Tho thlrd entertnlnment In the Y. M. , C. A. Stnr course wlll bo glven In tho Audltorlum Thursday evenlng, Dec. 3, by the Mctropolltan Grand Conccrt company. j Thoso who havo course tlckets should keep Ihrf tlckets for Paul I.uv.Tcncc Dun bar for n later date. The hearlng oh Dr. Holton'H account ns trustee of Mary Blakeslee's cstntc was resumed yesterday beforo Judgo H. L. Waterman In tho probato court, II. G. BarlH-r nnd J. E. Oalo appearlng for Mlss Blakesleo nnd C, C. Kltts for Dr. Holton. Tho caso was not concluded. The publlc schools closed Tuesday, Nov. 17. They wlll reopen Monday, Nov. 30. Tho school commlttee deemed It wlse to lengthen the Thnnksglvlng vaca tlon ths yenr nnd shorteri the Chrlst mns vacatlon. School wlll closo Dec. 21 nnd reoixn Jan. 4 for the Clirlstmas recess. Mrs. Mnbel Carpentcr Franklin, dnugh tcr of D. E. Curpenter. formerly of Brat tleboro and Guilford, dled at her home. in Sprlnglleld, Mnss., Tlmrsdny morning nftcr un lllness of several years. Sho leaves, beslde her husband. n little son, fnther and tnothcr nnd four brothers and three slsters. Mrs. Bernlco P. Dlckey of Dorchester, Mnss., nnnounces the mnrrlago of her daushter. Maudo Alena, to Samuel Wob ster Klrkland. The weddlng took placo In Andover, Mnss., Wednesdny, Rev. C. O. Day performlng tho eeremony. Mr. nnd Mrs. Klrkland wlll bo nt home nftcr Jan. 1 at 91 Harvard strcct, New Dor cliestor, Moss. Deputy Sherlff Wollman of Guilford nr rrstcd Albert Shavor In that town yes terday and brought hlm to Brattleboro. Shavor was nrralgned bcfore Justlce New ton on the charge of belng n tramp. He pleaded gullty and was sentenced to tho house of corroctlon nt Rutland for three months. Deputy Sherlff Wellmnn took hlm to Rutland Thomns Flomlng, 10, son of Pntrlck Flemlng. injured hls left oye serlously Wednosilay by cuttlng tho eye-ball wlth a j.ickknlfo. He wns crosslng the Hlgh school grounds eatlng nn npple, whon ho sllppod nhd threw up qulckly the hand whlch held the knlfe. The polnt of tho blndc ontered the eyo, nnd It Is fenrcil the slght Is destroyed. There wns no heirrlng yesterday In tho rnse of C. H. Davenport ngalnsit Gonrge E. Crowell nnd the Carpenter company ns the spedal masler, O. M. Rnrlwr of Bennington, wns unnblc to nttond to It. Mr. Barlr Is busy on nnother cnso. and hs tho Bennington connty court wlll open soon it Is llkely thnt the case wlll not be trled beforo .Innuary. The Metropolltnn Grand Cnncert com pany, who wlll glve the next Star rourso entertnlnment Dec. 3, eonslsts of Robort Krnt Pnrker, basso; Mlsi Agnes Prlngle, vlollnlsto; Mrs. Chnrlotte Guyer-George, contralto; and Vernor Kdlson Henshle, planlst. The Sprlngfleld Republlcan sald of Mr. Parker: "Ho has a llno basso volee, well tralned. Tho audlence wns very enthiislastlc over It." Tho Ladles' Entorprlso met wlth Mrs. F. P. Hopklnson on Cherry street Thurs day nftemoon. At fi.30 tho ladles served a Dountlful supper, nbout 30 partaklng. The evenlng wns spent wlth vocal nnd in- strumentnl muslc and card playlng. The evenlng wns very enjoynblo for nll. Thls was tho llrst of tho wlnter's soclables and tho noxt one wlll be hold wlth Mrs L. M. Howe on Mnplo street Dec. 3. On account of delay In recelvlng hls eiectnc motor w. u. Mltcliell has not made much progress tho past two weoks toward startlng hls now Industry In the upper part of II. L. Emerson's bulldlng on i-iat street. iiis machlnery Is In pos. tlon and everythlng ls ln rendlness to bo. gln buxness ns soon ns the motor Is set Mr. Mltchell wlll manufacture llnen hnnd. korchlefs for both men and women. The buslness ls clean and attractlve, and the locntlon In whlch Mr. Mltchell wlll cnn- duct lt ls well ndnplcd for It. Hls motor wlll havo a capaclty for 40 machlncs. but for tho present a smaller number wlll bo connected. Edward Tlondell's npeo ..icular oxtrav aganzn, "Through the Centro of the Earth," wlll open nt tho Audltorlum, Wednesdny, Nov. 25, In nn cntlrely now edltlon of tho suecessful play, wlth an onlarged east nnd new nnd beautlful scenlc offocts nnd costumes, Edwnrd nnd Ltbblo Blnndcll hend the east wlth an exceptlonally slrong company, In cludlng Tlneo Slsters De Fay, muslcal celebrltles; Ward and Roblnson, Ger mnn comedlans, nnd mnny others. Spec lnl nttontlon hns been glven to tho cho rus, whlch has been . cnlarged and gor geously costumed for the productlon, to gether wlth Clark's electrlc ballct and tho Atlantlc quartet, mnklng lt one of tho most elaborato productlons on tho road. Wllllam Lavln, who has been taktng part In Pattl's tour In England, Is now In New York. He wlll spond the cn tlre season in thls country. Ho appcared recently In n Queen's hall concert, nnd of hls appearanco a London paper sald: "Mr. Wllllam Lavln mado one of tho grentest suecesrses thls Benson by hls ex ceptlonally artlstlc slnglng of the nlr from rucclnl's 'La Boheme.' Rarely do wo hear n tenor volcc of such nleaslncr quallty or slnglng whlch affords so much pleasure. Mr, Lnvln's productlon is easy. hls phraslng artlstlc, and hls masterv of expresslon so good thnt hls rendcrlng of tms excoemngiy d tllcult number annen ed Irreslstlbly to the audlenco, who rocalled hlm flve tlmes and flnally secured nn en core." To Cure a Cold In One Day. Take Laxatlve Bromo Oulnlnn Tnlilot. All drugglsts refund the money lf It falls to cure. la. w. urove s signature ls on ach box, 25c. An lnch of Truth, Dr. Davld Konnedv's cura S.olvent, hns been suecessful In cn ses whlch havo ballled good doctors; and what it hns dnno It may bo trusted to do ngaln. WhPther your troublo bo acuto or ehronlo tho rcsult wlll bq tho samo; nnlv in old pnspn vnn mnat 1in fnltl.fnl nnd patlont. For full informnllon nnd n i'u aiiiiiu ipouio wruo to ino uni-cura Company, Rondnut, N. Y. Thelr gontlo nctlon nnd good offect on tho system really mnko them a oorfect little plll. They pleaso thoso who uso them. Cnrtor's Little Llvcr PIUs may well bo termed "Perfectlon." THE SCHOOLS. GLOSED. SEVERAL MORE'CASES OF SCARLET FEVER .AJjjj DIPHTHERIA. Most Cases of Dqth DUaases In a Mlld Form Statemerll from Dr. H. D, Hol ton of State Board ofrHcalth. Slnco tho last Issue of Tho Pluunlx cases of scarlet fevor nnd illphthcrla havo n)peared wlth iindlmlnlshed rnpldlty, olght cases, four of scarlet fevor and four of dlphlherla, belng reportod, mnklng In nll 30 cnses wlthln a few woeks, Of tho totnl number of cnses 21 havo been dlphtherla and 15 havo been scnrlet fevor. At tho present tlmo lil famllles aro under quarnntlnp restrlctlon, illno for dlphtherla nnd sevon for scarlet fover. In vlew of the contlnuod sprendlng of tho dlsenses tho situnttoii wns dlscussed Monday by Dr. II. D. Holton, secretary of tho stato board of hoalth, Dr. II. L. Wntermnn, henlth olllccr of Brattleboro, nnd tho pur dentlnl coinniltteo of school dlstrlct No. 2, nml It was decliled to close thi schools In the dlstrlct Tuesdny nlght. The schools would hnve been closed on Wodnesday of next week for the usual Thanksglvlng va catlon, but It wns thought best to closo n week oarllcr and to mako tho Clirlst mas vacatlon n ueek shortor ln order to mnko up tho lost tlme. Tho schools wlll to bo closed for two wceks. Two of the town schools, the ono in dlstrlct No. 5 taught by Mrs. W. C. Horton, nnd tho Controvllle school nlso havo boon closed thls wcck. On Saturday tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Wheaton of 1 Park street was pro nounced llt wlth dlphtherla nnd tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Gllbort of 9 Wash ington street was fouud to havo scarlet fevor. Threo cases of scarlet fover were quarantlned Sunday, the patlonts belng the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Root of 47 Canal stroet, the daughtcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Goldsmlth of 18 Clark street, nnd Mlss Mny Goodhuo nt tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Schwcnk of Common street. Mr. Root had been, home Just uweeknfter tho quarantlno on account of hls daugh ter's lllness hnd been rpmoved, whon hls son wns tnken 111. Tho boy was not nt home durlng hls slstor's lllness, so the dls case was communlcntcd to hlm from somo other sourco. On Tuesday Mrs. Danlel Hnrrls nnd Ouy Hnrrls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wlll Hnrrls of West Brattleboro, and Ellcn Hhorman, who llves In the fnmlly of her grandmothor, Mrs. 8. II. Sherman of 12 Spruco street, were found to hnve dlph therla. Mrs. Frank Mllls of Washington stroet ls recoverlng from dlphtherla nml Mr. and Mrs. MIUs's second boy Is nearly well after an attack of scarlet fcvcr. Thls boy and hls oldcr brother were supposed to havo hnd scarlet fover In New llaven, where they wero under qunrantlnc 11 weoks. Wlth the exceptlnn of Mrs. Danlel Har rls all the cnses here montlnned aro of n mlld type. Thero has been but one death, tho virtlm belng a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Pellerln of Blrge streot, who dled of laryngeal croup and dlphtherln Thero nro sevornl cases of whooping cough In tho vlllngo. Plnce tho nbovo was written the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mlchnnl Baker of 125 Elllot streot has been taken III wlth scarlet fever. Statement from Dr. H. D. Holton, At tho present tlme there Is not nny oc caslon for alarm further tlmn It Is nl- ways dlsturblug to have elther of these Ulseascs In a communlty. At the close of last week thero wero llvo cases of dlph- .tberla nnd seven, of scarlet fevor; there hns been reportod thls wok four cases of dlphtheila nnd nono of scnrlet fover. All cases leportcd aro mlld nnd aro promptly quarantlnpd. Tho only danger of thelr oxtonslon is In unrocoznlj'.ed or unreportod cases Thori' undoubtedly havo men such oasos whlch havo caused th'dr oxtenslon. At the prospnt tlmo nll cnses of soro thro.it should bo reportod and Isolatoil untll culturoM nre taken and exanilned In order thnt It may bo detl- nltely determlnod whether they uro mlld cases of dlphthoria and llkely to spread tho dlsease. Tho Inllammed mucous mem brano of tho throat nffoids a most ex cellent bcd upon whlch the germs of dlph thoria may tlevelop. Tho following Is the statuto lolatlng to the roportlng of cases of commumcnhle illscusos: Soe. 17. The hend of n famlly ln wboso homo theio wcurs n cnso of infectlous or contngious dlsease danserous to the publlc henlth, shnll Immedlately glvo no tlce to tho henlth olllcer of tho town or clty In whlch ho llves. A physlcinn who knows or suspccts that a iwrson whom ho hns been called to attond, Is slck or has dled of a communlcablo dlsoase danger ous to tho publlc health, shnll nt onco qunrnntlno nnd roport to the henlth otll cer tho placo where such caso exists, the namo, degree of vlrulonce and causo or sourco of the dlsease, and such other facts relattng thercto ns may lc nocc.sj.iry for tho health olllccr to make cxnmlnatlon nnd nct In tho premlses. If the hend of a fnmlly or physlclan falls to glvo reasonablo notlce to tho health olllcer of the exlst onco of such dlsoase, he shall on con vlctlon thercnf pny to the treasurcr of the state a llno of not less than $10, nor more than $50, wlth costs nf prosecutlon. HENRY D. HOLTON, Secr'y Stato Board of Health. CHURCH AND FRATERNITY. I'nltarlan church, Rov. E. Q. S. Os good, pastor. Servlce evory Sunday at 10.30 o'clock. Sunday school at 11.45. Themo for next Sunday: "Mountnln Ponks of tho Splrit." All ure welcomc. I'nlversallst church, Itelgnold K. Mar vln iastor Morning worshlp nt 10.30 o'clock, subject "Tho Homo Festlvnl" a Thnnksglvlng sermon: Sundny school nt 11.45 n. m.. Sonlor Unlon nt 7 p. m. All aro wclcomo, Thero wlll bo no meotlng of tho W. C. T. U, noxt Thursday on account of Thanksglvlng, but a meotlng wlll bo held ns usual on Thursday afternnon of tho woek following, Dec. 3, nt tho Y. M, C, A. rooms nt .1 o'clock. At tho Adventlst church, prnycr meet lng nt 10.45 n. m., Sunday school at noon, prenchlng nt 2.30 and 7.30 p. m., by tho pastor, Elder I. M. Blanchord; Loyal Workers at 6 p, m, Thursday uvonlng prnyer meetlng wlll bo held nt 7.30. All nro cordlally Invlled to nll servlces. Christlan Scienco servlces ln Mnrket block Sunday nt 10.45 n. m. Subject "Aucleut nnd Modorn Necromancy; or Mesmerlsm and Hypnotlsm." Toxt, Mnt thow, 1 2: 3 5. " Testlmonlal meetlng, Wodnesday at 7.30 p. m. Reading room open Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 2 to 5 p. m. TluV publlo nlways welcome. Methodlst Episcopal church, Rov. F. W. Ixiwis pastor, rosldenco 52 Hlgh street. Prenchlng service noxt Sunday, mornliiB nnd evenlng, nt tho regular hours, 10.45 and 7. School for Blblo study nt 11.45 a. m.; Epworth Ieaguo prayer meotlng nt G p m. The usual class meetlngs wlll bo hold Tuesday eve nlng nt 7.30, nnd tho church prnyer meetlng Frldny ; ovenlng at tho samo hour, followed by n teachers' meetlng, Junior Epworth Lcaguo Wodnesday nf temoon nt 3.15, yll theso servlces wlll bo held nt tho church, 12 nnd 14 Elllot street, and n cordlal wclcomo wlll bo nccorded to all. - Tho Santa Mnrla volcano, whlch kllled n thousand peoplp last yoar, la becomlng unensy agaln. "lt, ls a great slght at nlght." reports our consul-gencrnl at Guatemnln, " It tlirows up n column of ashes, clnders, rocka nnd flro to a hlght of sovcrnl hundrod feet." A smnll boy wns summoned ono day to seo a balloou nscond, nnd. stood gnzlng upwnrds as tho great hnll grow smnller nnd smnller In tho heavens. Then ho clutchod hls mother oxcltedly by tho arm nnd oxclnlmed, "does God oxpoct thoso gentlemon today?" N. Y. Trlbune, DEATH OF EDWARD CLARK. He Had Been a Dealer In Planos and Or gans In Brattleboro Slnce 1865 Qradu ate of Unlvcrslty of Vermont. Edwnrd Clark, tho well-known muslc dcnler, passed nway oarly Thursday morning. He hnd been In fnlllng henlth some tlme, but had been condncd to the houso only two months, Mr. Clark wns born In Ilnrro, Vt., Sopt. 10, 1833. Ho pre parcd for collego nt Orford, N. II., and Barre, nnd grnduated from tho Unlverslty of Vermont In 185S. Ho mnrrlcd Ellen S. Ilnlley of Berlin, Vt., Sept. I, 1R5S. He taught vocal nnd Instrumentnl muslc In Sprlnglleld and Jacksonville, 111. IIo ofton refcrrcd to hls recollectlons of Lincoln. For threo years ho taught muslc In tho vlelnlty of Montpelier, comlng to West Brattleboro In IS02 to tcnch In Qlenwood Semlnary. Ile Introdiiced muslc Into the Brattleboro publlc schools, glvlng hls ser vlces for somo tlme. Durlng thls tlmo ho wns leader of the 1'nltnrlnn cholr, Slnco 1&B3 he had been n dealer ln planos nnd orgnns, trnvellng oxlenslvely ln thls state nnd Wostern New Hnmpshlre, nnd form Ing mnny wnrm and cndurlng frlendshlps. He wns n memter of the Congregntlonal church of thls town, hnvlng iinltcd nt tho nge of 17 wlth thnt church ln hls nntlvo town of Barre. Ho Jolned tho Masonlc order In Barre nnd was n charter member of Brattleboro lodge No. 102. Ho had been a Knlght Tcmplnr for upwnrd of 30 years. Ho was the organlst of tho commandery for many yenrs nnd took grent Interest nnd pleas ure lr, all tho work of the order. Mr. Clark ls survlved by hls wlfe nnd two daughters, Bolle C. Knowlton, wlfe of John L. Knowlton, who has recently moved to lowell, Mass., nnd Florence E. Clark, stcnogrnpher In tho Vermont Na tional bank. An only son, Wnlter, dled In SS2. Mr. Clark was n mnn of llfe long Intcgrity, twth of eonvlctlon nnd of dnlly llfc, and to thls quallty he ndded a wlde Intelllgencp, n klndness of henrt, nnd n frlcndly Interest whlch won hlm unlversal frlendshlp nnd esteem. Tho funeral will be held at tho houso Saturday aftemoon nt 2.30 o'clock. Mri. Luclna B. Crown. Mrs. Luclna B. Crown, Rl, dled Sundny nt the home of Bonjamln A. Crown of Frost plnce. She hnd been In 111 health about elght months as the result of an apoplectlc shnck. and It Is thought that she sustalned nnother shock the Frlday nlght beforo. her death. She had boen conllned to her bed ntxmt slx weeks. Mrs. Crown was born In Milton, thls state. Oct. 3, 1S22. She left Milton when a glrl nnd spent the greater part of her llfe In Whit ingham. Her husband. Fostcr G. Crown, dled In Halifax about 20 yenrs ngo. Slx years ago she came to Brattleboro nnd llvod on School stroet untll last August, whon she went to llve wlth Mr. Crown. Sho was n slster of tho late Parley Starr nnd wns the last survlvor of her father's famlly. She leaves n step-son, Parley F. Crown of Brattleboro, nnd a grandson, Roy Waro of Wilmington. After prnyei at the houso Wednesday by Rev. R. K. Marvln the body was taken to Jackson ville, where funeral servlces were hold In the I'nlversnllst church, Rev. Mr. Mar vln ofllelatlng. The burlal was In the fnmlly lot In Jacksonville. Relatlvos were present from Brooklyn, N. Y., nnd Bel lows Fnlls. nnd those who wero unablo to lie present sent beautlful llowers. Mrs. Crown was an estlmnble womnn. nnd nll who knew her wlll hold her In' unfadlng Tho Hooker. Corsor nnd Mltchell com Iiany's fnctory was closed from Frlday noon to Monday noon. The servlce In the Y. M. C. A. rooms Sunday nt t o clock will bo conducted by Rev. 12. C. Fisher of Guilford. C. W. Dunham loft ycstenlay on a va catlon trlp of ton davs ln Mnlm. It.. will spond n short tlme huntlng for deer nnii moose. Tho Williston stroet book club held a supper and s.ilo ()f Ixiok Tuusilay nlght at the homo of Mrs. Frod Itlchardson. Ovor lo persons were present. The nnnual meetlng of tho Epworth Lengue was hold Wednesdav evenlng. Theso olllcom wero elected: " Presldont. Mlss Lulu U-wls; vleo iiresldents, Mlss -Mny Krnser. Mlss Etta Mlner, Mlss Hnt tle Smlth anil Mlss Elizaboth IxjwIs: sec retary, Wlll Mooro; treasurcr, W. W. Pllmpton. Jr. A sult has been brought by C. C. Fltts for tho Vermont Natlonal bank on tho Stowell noto for $20,000. slgned by 21 eltlzons of Putney, for tho bonetlt of the H slgnors who havo palil thelr sharo and ngalnst the seven who havo not pald. Attachmonts havo boen put on tho prop eity of somo of those who havo not pald. Tho regulnr meetlng of Ford Dummor colony of Pllgrlm Fnthers Tuesday oven lng was followed by a lecturo and enter tnlnment. Mr. Uamnnt of Boston spoko on tho fratornal prlnciples of tho ordor. Tho entertnlnment conslsted of plano so lo by Mlss May Cook. song by Mlss Eva S.inders. vlolln solo by Clarencc Hobart, soveral vlolln selectlons by tho Mlsses Gnlvln, recitatlons by Mlss Bessln Hop klns nnd Fredllo Thompson. Mnny In vlted gucst.s were present nnd tho oc cnslon wns very enjoyable for oll. Mrs. Jennle B. Powers has been engaged as agent of tho Keene Ilumane soclety, but wlll contlnue to work for the Brattle boro soclety, devotlng ns mtch tlmo as she Is ablo In nnd nround Brattleboro. A Marlboro man who hnd a horse whlch he thought was 111 wlth glnndcrs wnlked to Brattleboro In the storm Monday to ask Mrs. Powers to shoot tho anlmal nnd then wnlked home. Mrs. Powers complled wlth hls request. Mrs. Powers went to Keeno yesterday to nrrange for tnking up her work thero. A hearlng wns held nt the rallroad statlon ln Putney Tuesday beforo Com mlssloners 7., II. Allbee of Bellows Fnlls, G. H. Phlllipa of Putney nnd J. W. Mol ondy of South Londonderry, who wero nppolnted by tho supreme court to con demn Innd to be pccupled by the Ver mont Vnlloy rnllrond, operatcd by tho Boston & Malno rnllrond, between Put ney nnd East Putney nnd to nsscss dam nges therefor. The rallroad company In tonds to bulld a new llno. doublo trnck, ns nearly Btrnlght ns posslblo, dolng nway wlth numerous curvos, whlch will result lu taklng tho wholo of Georgo Loach's farm, Includlng hls house and bam. nlso a strlp 120 feet wido and about a mllo long through threo farms owned by Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Whltman on whlch a cut 20 feet doep will bo mado for tho ontlro dlstnnco. Tho company also ln tonds to dlscontlnue the hlghway east of the rallroad and bulld a now ono west of tho rallroad. A questlon is Involved ns to whether tho company has a rlght to take land for nn entlrely now road. Young & Young of Newport appearcd for tho company, nnd C. C. Fitts for tho town of Putney nnd tho land owners. An Jlncieni Foe To health and happinesa ia Scrofula aa ugly as ever sinco timo immomorial. It causes bunches in tho neck, dis figures tho skin, inflamea tho mucous membrano, wastes tho rmiBcles, weak pns tho bones, reduccs tho power of resiatance to diseaso and tlie capacity for recovery, and developa into con sumption. "A bunch nppcnred on tho left slde of my neck. It cauboil great paln, was lanced. and became n ruiinliig sore. I went Into a ?eneral iK-cllno. I was persuaded to try 1 ood s Sarsuimrir.il, nnd when I hnd taken slx bottles niy neck wns hcnled, nnd I havo never liud nny troublo of tho klnd slnce." Mbs. K, T. Snvdkii. Trov. Ohlo. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it, radically and per manently, as they havo rid thouaanda. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL. Rev. C. II. Mcrrlll of St. Johnsbury was In Brattleboro Wednesdny. Rev. E. A. Slnck and famlly returned today to thelr home In Brookline, Mass. W. D. Smlth of Bath, Malne, ls n gucst of hls slster, Mrs, II. L. Wnter man. Mlss Jcsslo Tolln wlll go to Chester tomotrow for a wcck's vlslt nt her home thero. Cnrl Ellls wlll go to Chester Monday for u vlslt of a fcw days wlth frlends thero. C. O. Chamborlaln went Monday to Daytona, Fla., to open hls hotcl for tho wintor. Thomas Dewey of Montpelier has been spemllng the week wlth hls slster, Mrs, J. L. Mnrtln. Mrs. Lnura Wlggln has returned from Now York to spond the wlnter wlth Mrs. a. II. Ryder. J. II. Chnmbcrlaln of Indlanappails, Ind., Is vlsltlng hls mother, Mrs. II. K, Chnmbcrlnln. Mrs. Wllllam Donnghue nnd son, Rogcr, spent Saturday nnd Sunday ln Greenflcld nnd HolyoKe. Mlss Ethol Tuttlo returned Wednesdny to West Hnmpton, L. I., nftcr vlsltlng Mlss Carrlo Dutton. Mlss Lucy Ilnyncs went to hcr home In Bennington Tuesday to remain untll nf tcr Thanksglvlng. Mrs. A. J. Towksbury, who hns can vassed In Brattleboro for the Furber shoes, Is agnln In town. Mlss Mary Blakcslee and her mother, Mrs. II. O. Coolldge, wlll go soon to Call- fornla for nn extcndcd vlslt. Arthur Tlmberlano returned Tuesday to I.ancaster, N. H., after a vlslt of a few days wlth Mlss Marvie Parker. Hcrlfrt Mack has gono to New York clty to spend tho Thanksglvlng vncatlon wlth Harrj' and Ray Grcene. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Norrls wlll lca'o Wednesdny to spend n Thanksglvlng va catlon of severaj days In Boston. Mrs. E. O. Rogers of Alstend, N. II., Is wlth her slster. Mrs. J. L. Newmnn, to remain untl! aftor Thnnksglvlng. Mrs. Wnlter Haywood of Detrolt, Mlch., Is vlsltlng her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Cutler, on Canal street. Mlss Mary Croker went yesterday to vlslt Mlss Ella Newman in Waltham and Mlss Minnle Brasor In Brookline, Mass. Dr. F. G. Petteo and fnmlly hnve moved from West Brattleboro to C. O, Rob blns's house on Hlgh streot for the wln ter. Mlss Gcrtrude Croker, of Clark Instl tute. Northnmpton, wlll come to Brnt tleboro today to spend Sunday at C. L. Plper's. W. S. McKenney, who has lecn III wlth tvnhold fever In a hospltal In Fitchburg, will come today for a vlslt at G. A. Hlnes's. Mrs. Ella Woodnrd and son, Lesllo, nnd daughter, Lulu, returned Monday to thelr home In Nashua after a vlslt of ten days In town. F. B. Putnam and E. II. Crnne wero among thoso who witnessod Dartmouth's triumph over Harvard at Cambridge Saturday. Mrs. Charles Keach nnd Mra. Erlc Ijindry went yesterday to Weston on om clal builness In connectlon wlth the Itebekahs. F. S. Doak of Somervllle, Mass., wlll come to Brattleboro next Wcdnesday to spend Thanksglvlng wlth Mrs. Doak at E. H. Putnnm's. Mrs. John R. Ryder returned Saturday from a vlslt ln East Windsor Hlll. Conn. Her mother went to East Windsor Hlll to return wlth her. John Mannlng resumed work Monday In Dunham Brothers storo, havlng on tlrely recovered from hls lnjury ln the elevntor a few weeks ngo. Warren Heald has flnished work for Dunham Brothers and has gone to South londonderry, where ho has a posltlon ln tho Iindmnn genornl store. Cllfton Fox will llnish work for the Brattleboro News company tomorrow Georgo Hall nnd Mlss Jotephlne Tyler will flnlsh work there next week. Mrs. L. D. Tnylor nnd Mlss Marjorie White wlll go to Sprlngfleld, Mass., to day to witness the presontatlon of "Cap taln Dleppe" by John Drew and company thls evenlng. Mrs. Hnriiet L. Stono, who hns leon llving In West Brattleboro, has been called to Chleago by tho sorlous condltlon of her son. Ijwis P. Stono, formerly of Wil mlngton, who is sufforlng from cancer of the throat. Danlel C. Hyde, ono of tho most prom- Inont eltlzons of strafford, who had prac tlcod law thero more than 20 years, dled suddenly Snturday from npoplexy. He was stato s attorney of Orange county 1S94-9G. Ho ls survlved by a wlfe and son nnd several brothers, Includlng Jamos II. Hyde of Brattleboro. John T. Fenton, manager of "Through tne centre or tho Earth, has greeted mnny old frlends thls week, whlle dolng some ndvnnee work for hls company. wnicli will lx the attractlon nt the Au dltorlum noxt Wednesday evenlng. Mr. Fenton will return to Brattleboro to be wlth hls company at that tlmo. Tho Keene Scntlnel says: "Leon E. Smlth, clerk at the Ashuelot Natlonal bank, who has been 111 for some tlmo.'is getting about ugaln and is able to walk down to the Square nearly every day." Mlss Stella Coodenough, a tralned nurse. who formerly lived here, has re turned nt the urgent request of frlends, nnd Is at 27 Green street, wlth Mrs. A, B. Glbbs. Mlss Goodonough has had ex perlenco in the United States army. nnd hns been nssoclated with a large number of nurslng organlzatlons. "Through the Centre of the Earth." Edward Blondell's blg spectacular pro ductlon "Through the Centro of tho Earth" Is the nttractlon bllled to nppear at tho Audltorlum Wcdnesday, Nov. 25. The company thls season haa been cn larged for the present productlon, carry lng a carload of sconery and electrlcal cfTects. The plot deals with the dls covery of a mummy 4000 years old, who Is brought back to llfe by Prof. Portley'a rojuvenntlng iluld. Tho second nct shows tho llndlng of the entrance to tho centre of tho earth, whero Reuben, through hls wltty saylngs nnd dnlngs, ls mado king, nnd rules supremo. The thlrd nct Is put together for laughlng mimoses onlv. showing to good ndvantngo tliat clever palr, tho Dlpndells. Exqulslte costumes, gorgeous nnd brlllinnt sconery, and 35 people nll selected nrtists goes to make "Through the Centre of the Earth" ono of tho best productlons on tho road. Sports Are Useful. Thnt 11 irlvpll lVillnflHrtn lo mixat.n.l aport, nnd no longer ns a moana of llvell hood, doea not necessarlly wlthdraw lt from the category of thlngs useful for tralnlng, The natural boy'a purault of frnfTS Illfria rtnA ......i.lnl... I I . - - --..-- " .., 1 1 v, nuuuvnuvna lt Ull lu- formlng survlvnl of a hablt Indlapensable i" luiuiiiiYu mnn. iiuniing and tishlng woro tho most necessary means of llvell- hond fnr nnvniroa Thti. n.. , .... n tii u !UI!lUeU now ns sports na well aa for llvellhood, and there Is good tralnlng in them when r"""u mereiy ns sporta. They teach clvlllzed man nlertness, accuracy of ob servatlon, qulckncss of nctlon, endurnnce, nnd pationce, Just na they developed these Valuablo qualltles In generatlons of aav ages, who never knew what humnnlsm, altrulsm, nnd Idealtsm were. The justl flcatlon of unproductivo athletle sports, llko ball gamos, racea of nll sorts, and danclng, lies in tho facts that they de velop ln clvlllzed man somo of the Inval uable hualltles whlch huntlng nnd shlng doveloped in savages, nnd they recreato nnd rovlvo In peoplo who lead the unnat ural llfo of civlllzatlon the power for uso ful work. They nlso dofend young peo p o ngalnst lazlness nml vlge by nftordinc plcnaurnblo ncttvlties nnd innocent glnd ncss. Prcs. Charles W. Ellot, In tho Oc tober Atlantlc, BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL. 1 Henry Rynn hn cnlercd tho fr, i -h. n, llce as clerk. or Mlss Mnmlo Mnck spent S,,n,Ky . Northnmpton. ' Frnnk Conatit hns lukon a teni11(.nt al 1G Cnnal Htreet. al W. C. Mltchell went to Boston toi,y 0 n short buslness trlp, y on Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Hnrlow w, , t w,, nesdny to Montpelier. v " Mlss Nellle Brown spent Saturd, Sunday In Grconfleld. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Jean UCrosso li ,v . ,., ed to Lcbanon, N. II. v Mrs. Mary Smlth went yesio, i.t , Boston to consult an octillst. ' C. K. Joncs Is In New York t, , i, to recelvc medlcul treatment. ' C. II. Grant nttcndcd a dNtr, m, sonlc meetlng In Athol Tuesda Mlss little Mather wlll go t,Jtn r , . Holyoke to remain over Sutidav Bert Brooks hns moved fn.. , . . ., streot to North Hlnsdale, n 1 A. G. Brown, who Is emi-lov ,1 ,, . lers Fnlls, spent Sunday In tow Rnborl C. Bncon hns boi-n i i , , thls week lo nttond tlie dog oM. n Frank Wyman ls tll with Im, ,i,r monla nt hls homp In Crosb.N i,. i Ernest Mnek bogun work m , , ... cloik ln O. J. Pratt's dry goods st,.r. E. J. Wood of Baldwinsvlli. m, spent tho flrst of the week ln t ,wn ' C. T. Whlttemore of Boston w . , guest nt P. F. Connors's over s.nj,, Charles Wolcomo will begln wrk tnt tho Brattleboro News company M., d Mlss Hannah Conroy wlll g0 today t Brookline, Mass., to consult a pciallst Mrs. K. M, Burchard will spend Thmkg. glvlng ut Judge Kcllogg's ln Westminls. tor. Mr. and Mra Froeman Scott letjrned Suod" ,:ht iftcr n short vlslt , Oreen fictd. Sherman Warren of Auburn, Mass has been greutlng many old frlends lr! town. Mrs. N. I. Hawiey Is In Phlladelphu for a vlslt w th her d.iughter, Mrs J l.ew. Morsc. Dr. J. S. Dutton went Monday to C aslle ton nfter a horso whlch he drove to Brat tleboro. Mlss Penrl Glbson has been entertain Ing Mlss Winnlfred D. Reed of Fitch burg, Mass. G. N. Shepardson of Randolph thls state, Is spendlng a few davs at Mra E. F. Nllcs's. Mlss Annle DeCoursey will leave next week for n vlslt of two months wlth her slster In Boston. Mrs. O. B. Ramsey left Sunday for a vlslt untll after Thanksglvlng In Worres ter nnd Brockton. Mr. and Mrs. George Plerce and daugh ter, Gertrude, of Sprlngfleld, Mass wera In town yesterday. Mrs. S. C. Wllcox has boen vlsltlng wlth her son ln Greenfleld and with Mrs. Good rlch ln Mlllers Falls. Harry Itodgklns, travellng salesm.'n for a Gloucostor firm, is at home for a va catlon of three or four w-eks. Mrs. C. F. Blngham returned Monday from a weck's vrslt with her slster, Mrs. H. A. Wlllcy, In Newport, N H. Mls3 Zeta Ryan went today to St. Albans, where she will remain untll Mon day, when she will ko to Montreal. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K Bancroft and son of IJuffalo, N. Y.. wero guests nt the Brooks House the llrst of thls week, Mlss Marguerite Tucker returned Sun day from Boston. Sho was a witness of the Dartmouth-Harvard foot ball game Saturdav. Rev. E. T. Mathlson was In Rutland Tuesday and Wednesdav to uttend a clcrlcus of the Episcopal clergy of Rut land county. Mrs. Leslle II. Streoter and her mother, Mrs. George F. Mosoley, will move to Greenfleld next week from .Mrs. Slrmnds's house on Hlgh street. H. II. Mower. who sold liis More on Central street to Wllllam Macla. went Tuesday nlght to Sheldon to enguge in the hardware buslnes.s. Mlss Josle F. Lewis, a nlece of th- Rev F. W. Ijwis, vlsited in town durlng the week, on her way from Boston to her home ln Northfield, thls state. Slr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Estey were . llled to Now York clty Monday by a teleRrarn ai nounclng the serious lllness of Mrs. Es-te- 's mother, Mrs. E. II. Chase Mrs. II. S. Phelps and Mlss Theda B.iRg of Mlttlneague, Mass., and Paul C Crom bio of Merlden Conn., are guests of Mr and Mrs. V, B. Cromble thls week Mlss Hannah Shea, who hns been a Un otype operntor in Tho Phcenlx olllce sev eral mo iths, has glven up her positlon nnd returned to hcr home ln Keene Sergeant Herbert Cottoral and Prlvate Fred Manser of Troop A, 2d United States Cavalry, of Fort Ethan Allon, are ppend lng ten days with frlends in Brattleboro. Rlchnrd Howe has flnished work as yard clerk for tho Contrnl Vermont Rall way company nnd hns taken a posltlon as ltnotype operator In the Reformer otlice. Mlsa Ida Wnlte, who returned from Boston last week, was accnmpanled by tho oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kunhardt, who will remain here some time. Mrs. Frcd Crcssy came hom Snturday for n stay of a fe days before teturn Ing to Barre, where she has beon sev eral weeks with Iit mother, who ls se rlously 111. The Middlebury College foot ball twm, of whlch Hugh Lnde Is left tackle and captaln, closed the season Monday by wlnntng 5-0 from St. Iiwrence Unlver slty In n pourlng raln nt Middlebury Mrs. O. W. Plntt of Great Barrlngton, Mass.. came to Brattleboro Wcdnesday to spend several days with her mother, .Mrs. Royall Tyler. Mrs. Tyler will r. turn with her to Great Barrlngton next week to spend the wlnter. Jnmcs B Sulllvan of St. Albars. for merly of Brattleboro, passed throusli hero Vestpriinv nftnrnnnn nt i 25 pn r UtP tO Jacksonville, Fla., whero ho will spend the wlnter. He expects to reach Jackson ville next Tuesday. The vounc ilnimhlpr of Mr and Mrs. Fred L. Hnwo wns cHHcallv 111 the flrst of tho week, but ls now recoverlm: The child is belng cared for by her aunt, Mrs. F. C. Gale, whlle Mrs. Howe Is ln a r' pltal m Now York clty. Cant. n n. AnJn nt Newnort. N. H.. came Wednesday to vlslt at C F Hns ham's untll Tuc'sday, when he wlll 0 ' to Allnntn fin tn ananH thp wlnter Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dudley of Newport wlll come to Brattleboro to aocompany i f!nrds tnvrn eanf nnf thls week bV MrS. James Cluno fortho weddlngof herd i ih'h n Thomas S.tnrJ Groonell of Rutland, the event to take placo Wednesday evenlng, Nov. 7.30, in St. Michnel's Roman Ca thnllc chuivh, to be followed by a reeepti tho home of Mrs. Cluno on West street from 8 to 10 o'clock. .Tlistlcn Wllllnm R. NoWtOll nt.'r'O Sunday nlght from a vacatlon of llve d s in Massachusetts. Ho vislted M.n-" fleld, tho home of Danlel Webster tne tomb of John Adams nnd John i)"1 Adams nt Qulncy, nnd tho stato ' and other polnts of Interest In 1' Thls ls the longest vncatlon Justl N ton hns hnd In moro thnn 4j years. The Boston Dally Journnl of n r. eni date contnlned a hnlf tone porir.i t oj Mlss Mollv Morlartv. In lta arcount "i n dramntic pcrformnneo In cnn. i wlth tho portralt the Journai sald- " Molly Morlarty nnd Mlss Gr.ice 1 ,n' nclly, two of Mnlden's leadlng nmateur performers, addcd new n" o thelr nlrendy enviabio ropuwn - hlnd the' footllghts In the produ-i' thnt stlrrlng romnntlc drama. "Rom-.i In tho Malden audltorlum last m Mlss Morlnrlty ls n daughter of J f u Mrs. D. E. Morlarty, formorly of ur.it ii-boro.