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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, JFRIDAY, OOTOBER 14, 1904. J ARDINE & CO. Successors to N. I. HAWLEY. Coats, Suits, Skirts, Rain Coats. GARMENTS OF GENUINE EXCELLENCE. Fall's fashionable favorites in lit, fabric and finish, confqrmlng to every requirement of the most fastidious femininity. For those who are in a quandary as to what to buy, these may solve the problem and suggest the autumn apparel. Values unmistakably superior to any quoted elsewhere, style and exclusiveness considered. Samples of coats, suits, raincoats at 25 per cent. less than regular prices. Millinery for Women, Misses and Children, All ready trimmed, in velvet and felt. Look our line over and get our prices which are lower than the lowest. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL NEWS PROMOTION FOR DR. THOMPSON. LACES. Lovcrs of exqulslte laees wlll appreclnte our new stock of these cholcest of Inv ported goods. We are showlno some beau tlful lace Berthas In the new polnt gauze. Polnt ilo Venlco nml Plnucn lace collara from 69c up. v All sllk black plnucn laco bnnds lo scparatc, 50c to $1.50 Crcam nml Arablan plnucn laco bnnds, to scparnte, 50c to $1.00 UNDERWEAR. MEN'S and DOYS' WINTER UNDERWEAR. rtoys' flcecc llncil shlrts nml drnwers, 33c Men's pnle blue nml ccru shlrts nnd drawers, cxtrn vnluc, 48c Mcn's fnll wclRht Jncgcr shlrts nml drawers, extrn vnluc, 48c Men's llccco llnetl shlrts nml ilrnw ers, 45c Mcn's naturnl wool shlrts and draw ers. 75c and $1.00 Mcn's scnrlct wool shlrts nnd ilrnw ers, $1.00 Mcn's naturnl wool doublo back nnd front shlrts, $1.00 and $1.50 Men s white wool slilrts and drnw- crs, $1.25 Men s naturnl cnshmere shlrts nnd drawers, $1.25 WOMEN'S, MISSES', CHIUDREN'S AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR. Ladles' Jersev rlbbcd vcsts nnd pants, 25c, 50c, 59c, 75c, $1.00 Ladles' white wool vests nnd pants.' $1.00, $1.25 Ladles' natural wool vcsts nnd pants, $1.00, $1.25 Mlsscs' nnd chlldrcn's Jersey rlblcd vcsts and pants, 25c, 50c Mlsscs' nnd chlldrcn's nnturnl wool vests nnd pnnts. 40c. to 70c Infnnts' undervests, fashloncd slceves, 25c. to $1.00 INFANTS DEPARTMENT. Infants' rlbbcd bnnds, 25c to 33c Infants' rlbbcd undershlrts, 25c. to $1.00 Infants' bonnets, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $2.50 UNDERWEAR. Infnnts' boDto;s, Infnnts' sacqucs, Infnnts" blbs, 10c, 12jC, 19c, 25c 25c, 39c, 50c, to $1.00 5c, 8c, 10c, 12lic, 19c, 25c Infnnts' white nnd Cold Cnsh hoso, 25c Infnnts' ilrnwcr legglns, blnck nnd white, 50c and $1.00 Me Wlll Go to the Hartford, Conn., Re- treat ns Flrst Aislstant Physlclan Hls Professlonal Career. An nppolntment hns comc to Dr. Whltclleld N. Thompson, nsslstnnt supor Intcndent nf tho llmttleboro ltctrcnt, whlch, whllo lt Is n promotlon nnd ns such mccts the npprovnl of nll Intcrestcd In tho doctnr's wclfnre, Is kccnly rogret ed by the olllclnls of tho llrnttlcboro In stltutiuii nml thc communlly In Bgnernl bccnusp lt mciins tho rcmovnl of tbfj doc tor nml hls fanilly lnto nnothcr stntc. O11 Thursday nlglit of Inst weck thc 10 dlrcctors of thc Ilnrtforil ltctrcnt for tho lnsane. In Ilmtford, Conn . cloctod-Dr. Thnmpson nsslstnnt supcrlntcniUnt of PRESIDENT TO EX'GOVERNOR, GLOVES ' Thnt liavo style In evory llne. Tho "Ellto" cnpe, npproved fnshlon for fnll. $1.00 palr These we bcllcve to bo thc flncst w. linve ever offorcd nt $1.00. In qunllty nnd style they ecmpnre fnvornbly wlth mnny glovcs sellliiff nt $1.50. Ordcr by mnll. If glovcs sent nre not evcn bctter thnn ex pcctcd we wlll rcfuml moncy nnd pny pos tngc both wnys. Dent's mnnnlsh drlvlng gloves, $2.00 Dcnt's colored kld glovcs, $1.50 Trefousse black sucde bIovcs. $1.50 Ladles', misses' nnd chlldrcn's cash mere nnd golf glovcs, 25c to 50c FURS OF THE LATEST FASHION. AN ENTIRE NEW LINE. Bnum Mnrton pclerlnes, brocadcd satln llned, cluster of tnlls, $22.48 Isabclla Fox pclerlnes, grcy snulrrel llned, $13.50 rino rtaum Mnrtcn, long scnrfs wlth cluster of tnlls. $16.48 Flne Brown Oppossum, long scnrfs. wlth cluster of talls. $16.90 Flne Brown Opossum, long scnrfs. s iulr- rcl llned. wlth cluster of tnlls, $12.48. Flnc llrown Opossum, long searfs, wlth cluster of tnlls. $12.48 Large llnt Snblo Opossum muffs. $7.50, $12.48 Isnbclln Fox, lnrge, flat murfs, $19.75 Uaum Marten muffs. lnrge, $11.90 BLANKETS and COMFORTADUES. Samples nml seconds of Blniikets 25 pcr cent. off. Comfortnbles nt 75c, $1.00, $1.25 up to $4.50. Letters Exchanged Detween Mr. Roose velt and Frederlck Holbrook. tFrom tho Scptcmber Vcrmonter WHITE HOUSE, Washington. Oyster Bny, N. Y Scptcmber 10, 1901. My dcnr Governor Holbrook: 1 slncercly thnnk you for your courtesy I11 wrltlng me. I feel the grentest prldo In tho result in Vermont, not merely ns 1111 lndcx to whnt 1 hopo the rcst of thc country wlll ilb, but becauso the pcople of Vermont liavo nlwnys secmeil to me In 11 pecullnily hlgh degreo to embody Ihoso chnrncterlstlcs of Abrnhnm Llncoln'H "plnln pcople" whlcli glve us n llrin nnd nssurcd bellcf In the futurc of thls Hc publlc. 1 not merely Brently prlze thelr rcgnrd, but I feel thnt to Imvo won lt Imposes upon mo tho obllBntlon of strnln Ihb every ncrvo never to forfelt lt. I liopc to bc elected thls fnll; but wliether elcctcd or not 1 wlsli when I lenve olllco to rccl tliat I hnvo n ilght to tho ro spect of the kecn-wltt.cil, Inw-nbldlnB, stonily nnd uprlght men of thls nntlon nnd these nro the vcry men who hnvo Klven me tho support of Vermont In urh markecl fashlnn. Fnlth(ully yours, TIIEODOItE UOOSEVELT. llon. Fredcrick Holbrook, llrnttlcboro, Vt. Great Sale of Winter Overcoats The surprising sale of Fall Overcoats and Fall Rain Coats has shown us that we can easily sell in the next few weeks all the Men's and Young Men's Overcoats carried over from last year. To make a quick sale we have cut prices regardless of cost. lfs a case of "out they go"before the main body of overcoat buyers are here. Doy0u want one ? Our New Stock is all in. THENEWSTORE Has a fine exhibit of correct shapes in Men's Fall Hats. Th KNOX Hat that Klng of Hats, and tho BEAC0N mado In the Knox factory. Price $3.00, t5 mfw vdpk NEW YORK Other hats in many models tobacco brown and greys. COMFORTABLE STYLISH 50c $2 C. A. McRAE, Fashionable Clothes and Haberdashery. Cash and one price to everybody. thnt Institutlnn creatlnB the olllce of ns slslnnt supirlntciidenl to meet nn ex Igcncy. Dr Thompson wlll ro to Ilnrt foril on Thursdny of next week to tnke up hls new dutlcs. In June of thc prcscnt ycnr Dr. llcnry I. Stcarns, superlntcndcnt of thc Ilnrt foril Uclrent, tendcred hls rcslBnntlon, to tnke effect on the nppolntment of hls successor. In vlew of Dr. Stenrns's nd vnnelnB yenrs, he beinfi nbout "fi ycnrs old, nml of hls 30 ycnrs' fnlthful nnd olllclent sorvlce nt tho lionil of the Instl tudon, the dlrcctors dcclded to crcnte the olllce of nsslstnnt superlntenilent nnd securo n physlclnn of spcclhl quallllcntlons for thls vcry Importnut work, who could ln a IaiB' dcRrce nsHume the nctlvd dutlcs of the superlntendency, thus kIvJiib Dr. Slenrns 11 grenter mensure of free dom. to whlcli he Is f.tlrly entltlt'd. Wlth thls end In vlew the dlrcctors souRht to hnvo Dr. Stenrns wltlnlrnw hls reslBiin tlon, whlcli he illd. nml Dr. Thnmpson was nt once nppolnteil. In lls reiMiit of tho nppolntment tlio Ilnrtforil Cournnt of lnst Krlday snld: "The illrectors hnd fiimll Isrlzeil themselves wlth the iloetor's rec ord nnd hnd been con:nceil that hls npiuliitment wnuld be umlnently sntls fnctory." ContlnulnB the Cournnt snld: "Dr. Thompson hns been nsslslant suiMrlntend ent of the llrattlcboro Itctrent for 12 yenrs and has thc stronBest ondoisements from hls otllclal nso-Intt' of thnt instltutlon and from thc olllcors of vnrlous Instltu tlnns of n slmilnr chnrncter wlth whom he hns hnd relatlons ln the trentment of thc lnsanc. ns to hls soclnl stamllnB, hlgh mornl woith, consplcuous nblltly, professlonnl sklll nnd pocullnr fltness for the cnro nnd trentment of pcrsons nllllct cd wlth norvous dlsorders." Dr. Thnmpson wns born In Guilford. Mnlne, Oct. 2. 1Sfij. lle wns educatcd. ln n prlvnte sehool. Koxcroft ncndemy nnd Hatcs colloKc. Ho wns prlnclpnl of the Wnldoboro hlgh school two enrs. Hls prcllmlnary courso In medlelno wns tnken nt the I'ortland school for medlcnl Instniotlon nnd the mcdlcal department of limvdoln college, nnd he grndunted nfter n full course, from thc Jefforson Mcdlcal collcge of I'hlladclphla ln tlio class of lSSO. In Augjist, 1SS9, he cnme to llmttleboro ns seeond nsslstnnt to Dr. Jnseph Dmper, HHIiib n tcmornry vn cnncy elght months. In Mnv, 1S90, lio uns npimlutcd to n posltlon on tho stnff of the Tnunton (Mnss.) lnsanc liospital, wherc be servctl untll Dccembcr, 1S91, when he rcslgned to leturn to the Ilrnt tloboro Itctrent. On thc doath of Dr. Dr.Ior he wns nppolnteil flrst nsslstnnt superintenilont. nnd hns held the iositlon evcr slncc. The trustecs of the lnstltu tion hnvo takcn no dcflnlte nctlon In re gnrd to choosliig hls sueccssor. Dr. Thompson Is n mcmbcr of the Ver mont Stntc MiVllcnl soclety, tho Amcrlcan Mcdlcal assoclatlon, thv New Kngland I'sychologlcal soclctv nnd thc Amcrlcan Mudlco-I'.sycliolog1cn assoclatlon. Mrs. Thompson, whose dcparture nlso wlll bo dceply reRrettcd. Is n Brndunte of tho woman's mcdlcal colleBe In I'hlladclphla They hnve two children. Mrs. Thompson nnd thc children wlll remnln nt I.lnden Ixxlgo durlnB tho winter. At Wilcox's N. Y. Bargain Store. Ladies', Misses and Children's Winter Underwear Wo linvo dccldcil to closo out thls llno of goods, ns wo need tlio room for othcr goods. Now, wo gl ve you thls opportunlt y ydu nccd, just nt the comnienccmcnt of tlio Benson, to buy tlicfo goods, nnd you cnn savo from 10 to 2o per cent. Men'u Flecced Underslilrts, rcgulur prlco 43 conts. to cloto, 33 conts. Kxtru Hcavy Flecced 50 cent kiiitl, to closo, 42 conts. Iloys' nnd Sll&ses' 30 to 39 cent klnds, at 23 ccnts. ' We hnvo n small lot of Men's Underslilrts nt 23 ccnts. Just rccclved. nn clegant Unoof FIGUUED CIIEPK PAl'Elt, nnd whllo lt lusts, slmll sell lt nt 10 cents per buncli. Do not fall to call and see some of our fjood bargalns. WILCOX'S NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE. llrnttlcboro, Vt. Grecnflcld. Mast. InvestmentSecurities Paying from 4 3-4 to 6 per cent. Wrlte for Informatlon. New England and Eastern Propertles. EOWARD C. CROSBY. Brattleboro, Vt. DONNELL & DAVIS The secret of success in business is to have desirable goods at pop ular prices. We have the goods and leave you to judge as to prices. On Saturday and Monday next we shall have on sale the choic est and most elaborate display of Ready to wear Hats it has ever been our pleasure to show. You will find them correct in style, well fit ting, becoming hats at ' extremely low prices. Do not miss this op portunity. Very respectfully, DONNELL & DAVIS. CHURCH AND FRATERNITY. Tho ladles' Entcrprlso soclety wlll mcet wlth Mrs. Nlles, Elm strcet. Tues day nfternoon nt 4 o'clock. The lndlcs' nld soclety of tho Methodlst church wlll meet wlth Mrs. A. L. Sum ncr nt 2 Estnbrook street next Wednesday at 2 o'clock, to sew. Centro Congregational church, mornlng worsnip ni tu.au, prencmnB by I'rof. L. D. l'nton. Sunday school nt 11.43. Chrls tlnn Endeavor scrvlco nt 7 p. m. Flrst Bnptlst church, George D. Law 8oii, mlnlster, Mornlng worshlp 10.30, sub Jcct of scrmon, "Ix-ssons of the Falllng Ieavcs," Blble school 12 m. Kvcnlng scrvlco nt T. subject "Hnblt," tho sccond In n speclnl course to young pcople. Chrlstlan Sclence servlce ln mnrket block Sundny nt 10.45., subject "Probatlon At'ter Doath." Text, Itevclatlons 14:13. Testlmonlnl mcetlng Wcdnesdny nt 7.30 p. m. HcndhiB room opcn Tuesdny, Thursday nnd Snturdny from 2 to 5 p. m. All nro welcome. Vnlversallst church, Itelgnold IC. Mar vln mlnlster. Mornlng worshlp nt 10.30 o'clock, subject of the sermon. "God's Korglveness nnd Mnn's Forglvencss." Muslc by the qunrtet. Itnlly dny ln tho Sundny school nt 11.45 n. m., wlth speclnl exerclscs. Senlor unlon nt 7 p. m. All are welcome. Tho nnnunl meetlng of tho mlsslon clr cle of the Unlversallst church will be held In the church parlor Wednesday nfter noon, Oct, 19, Instend of Thursday, for the electlon of offlcers nnd for work. A supper for tho beneflt of tho Kurn Hnttln llomcs wlll be servcd nt G.15. It Is hoped theio wlll bo n lnrgo attendance. Methodlst Eplscopal Church, F. W. Lewis, pastor, resldence 52 Hlgh street, Sundav servlces tirenphin nt iftirt n . nnd 7 l, m.; lllble school at 11.43 n. m.i Epworth Iague prnyer mcetlng nt 6. Class meetlngs Tucsday evening and nraver mentlni? T.'rlilnv ovaninr. . v nn. aU nre welcome. Junlor Epworth Lcaguo w eunesuny niiernoon at 3.16. Edward, 0, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Duclo, dlcd Saturday nt tho home of hls parcnts on the Shrewsbury road nbout n mlle bo yond Mendon notch from tho eltccts of n fall several days prevlous. News roached Halifax, N. S., TueTday of tho wreck of the little steamer Cnll off New I.ondon, r. E. I., durlng Inst Snt urday'B gale. wlth the loss, lt Is bclleved, of all on board, somo 19 souls, of whom 14 wcre passengers, nll men. Among those on tho steamer was the son of John Fa gar of Halifax, one of the prlnclpal own ers of tho steamshtp llne. Brattleboro, Vt., Scptcmber 7, 1904. To thc President, Oyster Uny, N. Y. llespectcd Frlend: As one of the two or thrce survlvlng Wnr Govcrnors" who dld whnt he could to uphold President Llncoln's ndmlnstrn tlon duilng the Clvll Wnr, I venture to Innovnte to your vnluable, busy tlmo wlth a few slmilnr congrntulntory words on llu- outcome of the Vermont Stnto cloe tlon, ns nn lndcx to tho gcncrnl drlft In the comltiR Prcsldcntlnl Electlon. As Rne Vermont nt such clections, so bo tho majorltles sulllclent in othnr sln tns fri elect n President. Thls saylng Is qulto gcnernlly ncccptcd. Ncrniontcrs hnve n warm respect nnd klndly rcgnrd for you, ns you remlml them sn much of tho lamcnled President Lin coln In sturdy patrlotlsm, plaln spcech. so full of cplgramatlo lllustrntlons, nnd sn ni n oi uesiro to bo in touch wlth the "Plaln pcople" of the country, ns Mr. Lincoln uscd to style them, nnd to carry oirt thelr vlows nnd wlshes. Vermont scnds mnny of hcr sons nnd dnuBhtcrs lnto othcr stntes, wlth thelr broad nnd pntrlotlc views, Instilled by the pure. InvlKorntliur nlrs. nnd flm ni,. Ilmo nnd benutlful sccncs of Nature nmong her Green Moiintnlus. Thev settle fnr nnd wlde, partlctilnrly In the newer Wcstern Htntes. nnd clve tono to the Inws nnd snnpe lo tne publlc nfTnlis of those stntes. Thlx. In fnct. Is tho cause of thc wlde sprend lnllueiice of thc little stntc. I remcmlwr n spcech mnde yenrs ngo .ii a ninie uonveiunm by old Suuire Bell, rnmlfiitlicr of our tlovernor-clect. in nhlch he sald: "Thcre Is the little Stnte nt Vermont! Iook nt hcr goiitlemen! Smnll In geographlc.il exlent. but nlmlghty In splrll!" Thls ln n stentorian volce. and wldcly stroched arms. brnught down the house In lbud applnuse. Ho was n Kentlemnn of the old school ln bluo wlth velvet colnr nnd bms buttons, buft vesi. nmi rulllcd slilrt front. Conlldont of your trlumphnnt electlon. and w.. henrtiest wlalics for your henlth and prosperlty. I nm. wlth much respect iinii Kinu rcBnru. Your frlend, FltEDEKICK HOLIlItOOIC BRATTLEBORO LOCAL SPORTING NOTES Iaiu Dlllon, the world's chamnlon Irot- tlng mare broke nll wnrk-out records for tnittlng hnises nt Mcmphls Mondnv bv olrellng the course In 2.01 4, paccd by n riimier. The fmctionnl tlme wns 30; 1.00; i.svit : mne ;.uivi. The nvernges of the Amerlcnn nssocla tlon shows that Jnmes Bnrrctt rankcd lowcr In lioth battlng nnd lleldlng thnn in .my prevlous season. Hls perccntnge with the stlck was .2tK, nnd In tlcldlng hls mnrk wns .927. He rnnks nmong the ilrst 25 men ln battlng. Only nlne men batted for .) or lietter, I.ilolo Iending wlth .379. Kitty Wllkes, the veteran cnmpalgner, won tne last thrce hents nnd tlrst mnncy in n slx heat rnce for n purse of 1501 at buiiBus. Mnss., Monday. She llnlshed slxth, elghth nnd thlrtl ln thc flrst thrce heits, but lod the tleld of nlne In the next tliree. whlch she turneil In 2.15Jt 2.15ti and 2.16's. Kltty Wllkes Is IS or 19 yenrs old nnd Lumps. the other racer wlth whlch F. L. Chlckcrlng of Westmorelnnd hns done s woll thls season Is n son of Kltty Wllkes. Iloston vniiQulshcd New York at New York Monday. wlnnlug the Amerlcau U-ngue chnmiilonshlp pennant for tho sccond tlme. It wns n sensatlonal llnlsh to n thrllllng struBBle. nnd whlle lioston won. the New Yorkers nlmost shared tho honor wlth the victory. Durlng the Inst two months these teams have been sec sawlng in the lead for chnmplonshlp nnd tho fnct that the issue unrrowed down to the outcome of Monday's doublc-hcnd-cr demonstratos how close tho bnttle was." lioston won tho ilrst gamo nnd pennnnt by n score of 3 to 2. New York won tne sccond 1 to 0. Pomona Grange Meetlng. Wlndhnm County Pomona Grange held a successful mcetlng wlth West Itiver GraiiBo of Townshend on Oct. 0. Worthy Mnstcr Allen preslded. Tho questlon "Whnt lnllueiice hns the homo ln tho formatlon of character7" was dlscusscd nt the forenoon session, nnd lt was Ben ernlly concedcd thnt tho lmpcrceptlblo lnlluence of nctlons nnd decds hnd the grentest effect Tho llternry progmm nt the nfternoon session wns good nnd tho questlon consldered wns "What cut tlvatlon, cnro nnd trentment of our or chnrds Is nccessary to sccure good crops nnd salnblo frult?" Prunlng. cultivntlon of tho soll nnd fertlllzntlon wcre deemed csscntlnl to Insure success. The mcetlng at West Hnllfnx Sept. 15 wns good con sidorlng tho weather nnd travellng. The questlon for dlscusslon wns "Does lt pay fnrmcrs ln the rural dlstrlcts to keep thoroughbred or roglstcrcd stock?" The mnjorlty favoreil tho thoroughbred. Tho next meetlng, when olllcers wlll bo elect ed, wlll bo held wlth Protectlvo Grnnge In Brattleboro Dec. 8, the date hnvlng been changod to nccommodate those who wlsh to nttond the Stnto Grnngo meetlngs. Aavertlsed Letters. Men N, C. Crawford, Hcnry Davls, Dave D.ivlson, D. P. Doualiue, Frnncols Dumont, Mlchael Flcmlng (2), Peter Fleming, Mr, Hutchins. Pntrlck Moore, Geo.'A. Oal;s, Gustav Olson, F. B. Phclps. Lovl Polnnd, Llvi Poulln (2), Henry llob crts, H. Grnnt Spenccr. Wm, E. Stokos, Geo. W. Streetcr, T. II. Thomas, John Vernon, Mr. Whltcom, Joscph Worrnl. Women Mlss Clara Arms, Mrs. Julla Chnse, Mrs. Allco Chcney Eln, Mrs. nev. Ilornco Fowlcr, Mr3. Snrnh Hescock, Mlss II. McKenzlo, Mis. E, W, Pcrry, Mrs, H. D. Sawyer, Mlss Minnlo A. Shnw, El lle Spooner. Mlss Dclln M. Tuthlll, Mrs. Webb, Icna Whccler, Mrs. Ireno II. Wol cott. Flrms Wrnpper Factory Co. Mrs. Emmn Ewlng Palmer, 50, the last of tho two "osslfled" slstcrs, died Frlday nt Sherburne, N. Y. Owlng to n dlscnso of n rheumntlo nature, which bnllled tho sklll of mnny Importnnt physlclans throughout tho country. Mrs, Pnlmer hnd bllnd nnd wlth ovcry.musclo rlgld for tho laln motlonlcss upon her back, totally past 27 ycars. The dlseaso mnnlfestcd Itself wlthln n fow days nfter her mnr rlago to Wllllnm Palmer ,of Onclda, nt tho ngo of 23. Her slster, Mlss Stella Ewlng, who dledirin Rome, N, Y.. two ycars ngo, wns nflllctcd ln the same way. $10 last Winler Overcoat we shall sell at $7.87 $12 last Winter Overcoat we shall sell at $9.47' YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS 16 Young Men's Overcoats carried over from last season that were $6.48 and $7. Your choiro $4.87. Sizesl5tol9. eat MEN'S RAIN COATS Seven $10 Rain Coats left that we shall u for $6.87. Se" Nine $12 Rain Coats left that we shall cPn for $8.47. eu MEN'S TOP COATS Five $7.50 Top Coats left that we shall crfi for $4.95. "eu Thirteen $10 Top Coats left that we shall sell for $7.38. Eleven $12 Top Coats left that we shall sri' for $8.87. a MEN'S UNDERWEAR FOltTV DOZKN $1 grude Mcn's Underwear In brokcn f,, cnrrled over from last ecason. All pizes In Fomctlmijr Tti.i i contiilnsscvcrnl dozcn Wrlght's Hcalth liidenrcarnnitver dozen Cnmel's Hnlr goods, ticvcr sold nt less than !. Yno cliolce for 69c. RUBBER GOODS OF ALL KINDS Mcn's, Womcn's nml Chlldrcn's Uublicr Ooods arc c thls jeur, but you will llnd our prices much lowsrtban v could exeet. One Price, Cash, and your Moncy Back Ifyou wantlt Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt OPERATORS OF 9 STORES Several flocks of wlld geese hnvo been seen inigratlnB southwnrd thls weck. Iloserved sents for Why Glrls Ieavo Home wlll go on sale tomorrow mornlng, Saturday. at the box olllce. Clarcnco BIIss hns bought of E. S. Prouty of Mnrlboro 150 ncres of tlmbcr land sltunted nonr Mnrlboro south pond. A trnck was bullt nround tho wTeck of Coiiductor lloliert Wheoler's passenger trnin nenr Mlllers Fnlls Frlday so thnt trulns were alde to tniss in tho nfternoon. The wreck wns cleared up Snturdny. The Kntherlne Itober Stock compan flnlshed n week's engaggement in the Autlltoiium Snturdny niKht. plnylng to a good slzed nudlcnce. Mnnngcr Fox has enimgeil the enmimny for n return stand In Thnnksglvlng week of next yenr. The 15 menibers of company I who wlll pnrticlpnte In the nnnual shoot for the trophy ctip nt Fort Lthan Allcn next Tuesdny, Weilnesdny and Thursday wlll not bo sclected untll nfter tomorrow, ln order thnt thcre mny bo one moro prnc tlco on the locnl rangc beforo tho selcc- tlon is made. dclcgntlon of members of Hrnttletwro cnmp. Modern Woodmcn of Amcrlca. mnde Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred J. Bohrmnn nnd fnmlly a surprise vislt Monday evonlng, nnd ln bclinlf of the camp I. L. Moore prescnled Mr. Bohrman, n Imndsome gold watch, sultnbly engraved. Mr. Bohrman, ns nn ollloer of the cnmp, hns dono vcrj" -Hiclcnt servlce In socurlnc new members. He nnd hls fnmlly left Wednesday for Oaklnnd, Cnllf.. to llve. The nttrnction whlch Managcr Fox wlll offer to thc patrons of the Audltorium Tuesday evening. Oct. IS, wlll be entitlcd Why Glrls Ix?ave Homo. lt is sald to bo nn nbsorblng story, realistically portraycd. and of wholesome conception. lt is a drama of domcstic llfe whereln are polnt ed out the frequent consequences of un Just susplcion nnd stubbborn sclf wlll how plque nnd passlon may be responsl ble for the engulfing of innocenco nnd the wreck of homcs. ln Why Glrls Leave Home there ls woven n thrllllng story of the nilsunderstnnding and unyleldlng slde of brother and slster whlch well nlgh brlngs lgnomlnlous ruin to both. The prcsentlng company is sald to be an cxccptlonnlly clevcr one and the stage nccessorlcs pcrfect In every respect. Tho new traln schedule, whlch went lnto effect thls weck, is prnctlcally the same ns last wlnter's schedule. the prln clpal chnnges from the summer tlme ta ble belng the removal of the northbound traln at 5.45 o'clock In tho mornlng and tho mornhiB traln south over tlio Central Vermont road, whlch lenvcs nt 10.15 in stend of 10.40, connectlng nt South Vernon for Kccne and Sprlngfleld. The nfter noon Boston & Mnlne traln south nt 4.23 does not stop botween Bellows Fnlls nnd Brattleboro, whlch makes very unsntis fnctory servlce for peoplo wlshlng to go to Putney nnd bnck tho snmo dny glving them just nbout tlme cnough to get dtn ner. It ?ns hoped thnt tho Boston & Mnlno Itnllrond company would yleld to a petltlon to stop that traln nt Putney when the winter schedule went lnto effect The $550 whlch Fisk G. Itogers of Dum merston deposlted In the Vermont Natlon nl bank ns payment for hls llcenses, wns ncccptcd Saturday by Town Clcrk Adln F. Mlller of Dummerston, nnd Mr. Mlllcr nfllxed hls slgnature to tho llcen ses, thus brlnging to nn end, for the present nt lenst, tho controversy over thnt mntter. There may be developments of publlc Interest lntcr, Aftcr tho llcenses were slgned nnd the money nccepted Mr. Uogers told Mr. Mlller thnt ho hnd sus tnlned dnmnge through lltlgntion, loss of sales, otc, on nccount of Mr. Mlller's refusal to slgn tho llcenses, nnd thnt ho would make a proposltlon in rcgard to n settlemont if Mr. Mlller would hear It, otherwiso he would seek to recover dam nges through legnl proccss. Mr. Mlller sald ho would tnke counsel in the matter. George H. Hough, 29, eldest son of Hev. nnd Mrs. A. J. Hough of Groton, former ly of Brattleboro, died Sunday at his homo lp White Itiver Junctlon nfter an illness of nbout ten days wlth pneumonla. Mr. Hough wns a grnduate of the Vermont Methodlst semlnnry ln Montpelier, and whlle hls pnrents wero ln Brattleboro from 1S92 to 1895, he was for a tlme a studcnt In Wesleyan unlverslty. He went to Chlckamnuga ln 1893 wlth company G of Bradford. Slnce 1898 he hns been em ployed in White rtlver Junctlon by the Cross-Abbott grocery company and moro recently by the White Iltvor Junctlon Pnper compnny. Ho wns mnrried nbout two yenrs ngo to Mlss Inez Drake, daugli tor of Dr. Drake of West Lebanon. Mr. Hough wns a young mnn who wns held in hlfih esteem. Besldes his wlfe nnd par ents ho ls survived by two brothers, How nrd nnd Arthur, nnd a slster, Mary, of White Blvor Junctlon. Snnford A. Dan lels went to White River Junctlon Tues day to nttend the funernl. W. C. Messlnser, 52, proprletor of the Hartford Dcntnl depot, Hartford, Conn., died suddenly of hcnrt dlsease between 7.30 nnd 8 o'clock Mondny mornlng nt tho Brooks House. Ho cnmo to Brattleboro on tho lato trnin Sundny nlght and went nt onco to tho hotcl. About 7.30 tho noxt mornlng he rang for n pltcher of hot water and a physlclnn. Managcr Hcaphy called Dr. G. It. Anderson, who was In the hotel, and the doctor gave Mr. MesslnBer a hypodermlc Injectlon. At that tlme Mr. MesslnBer was pcrfcctly consclous, nl though ln a crltlcal condltlon, and he dlot In n few mlnutes. He told Dr. Anderson that he had never been attacked by heart dlsease nnd hnd tnken out two llfe In surnnce pollcies wlthln n month. Hls relntives In Hartford wero notlfied nnd an umlertnker came here, return Ing with tho bcMly in the nfternoon. Mr. Messlnger was well ncqualnted wlth Brat tlelioro dentlsts. ns well ns others through out the Connecticut vnlley, nml they en tortnincd for hlm strong feellngs of per sonal cstccm. He Icaves flvc children. I'nlted Stntes Distrlct Attorney J. L. Mnrtln wlll go to Itutland Monday to attend n session of the Cnlted States Dis trlct cnurt. Among other legal mnttets he wlll reprcsent the government In tho proseeutlon to two Chlnnmen cltarged wlth belng in thls country unlawfully. lt has been about n yenr slnce the governmcnt ofEelnls hnve npprehended n Chinnman comlng lnto thls distrlct illcgally, nnd durlng that tlme they hnve hnd oppor tunlty to round up somo who wcre nlready here wlthout rlght. The two who will bo tried next weck bclong to tho latter class- nnd wero arrested because they could not show papers entltllng them to n resl dence In thls country"- On Oct. 2, 1903, l hearing was held bcfore Judge Wheelcr In Brattleboro, Involvlng the questlon: "Hns the immlgration olllcer the power under the ncts of Congress to dccidc the rlght of Chlnamen to cnter tho ITnlted States when the clalm is maae that they are nntlve born?" The questlon nfter wards wns taken to the Unitcd States Clrcuit Court of Appeals and flnally to tho I'nlted Stntes Supreme Court, the lattcr court dccldlng that the Immlgration olllcer has such power. Slnce then, as stated, there has been no trouble'from Chlnamen cnterlng thls distrlct. Mlss Sally Mlnot of Northfield entcr tained the Brattleboro Chapter, Daughters of the Amerlcan Bcvolutlon, at her qualnt and Interestlng home Thursday, Oct. C, from 5 untll 9 o'clock. Tho houso abounds In nntlque furnlture. chlna nnd lamps aml contalns a cholco collection of lnces rlbbons, embrolderles, feathcr fans and hand woven llncn. A copy of the Wor cester Gnzette publlshed In 1790 was shown, also one of tho Grecnfleld Courler publlshed ln 1778. Miss Mlnot has the mllltary records of several ancestors, one benring the dato of 1724. A commlsslon to her grent-Brandfathcr bears the slg nature of John Hancock, governor. 17SS. Lunch was served In tho dlrilng room. nnclent chlna nnd sllver belng used, nnd tho evening was spent very pleasantly ln wandcrlng nbout the house. examlning he fnmlly portralts. palnted by n cele brnled Boston nrttst of n ceniW ngo, aml the many valuablo artlcles of antlqul-)l- ,The a,lnot famlly cnme from Bos ton In Revolutlonary times. nnd nll the HnmIeJiU.rn,'tVre wns bro"Sht by tenms. Homes whlch have such a flno collection of nntlqucs are very rare, and the privl lege accorded the local Daughters to ex amlno thls one Is gratefulirnppreclated by them. GRANGE NEWS. The Grange sewlng soclety will meet Thursday afternoon. The flrst In the serles of Grange dances will bo held In Grange halj this evening. At the meetlng of Protective Grange Wednesday evening lt was voted to chnnge the date of the nnnual fnlr from Oct. 20 to Nov. 9 nnd to hold a speclal meetlng Oct. 26. Mrs. A. J, Currler. w-ho had chnrge of the program, presented the following: Plano solo, Mlss Barker; song, Mlss Sanders; reading, Mlss Bailey; song, Mr. Wllson, nn old-fnshloned choir rehearsal wlth Dr. Dutton ns leader, tho accompanlments belng plnyed by Mlss Barker, plano. and "Uncle Lewis" Hlg glns, bass vlol; harmonlca solo, wlth plano nccompanlment, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wood of Mnrlboro, Mass.; recitntlons, Mrs. H. W. Sargent and Col. II. E. Taylor; char ncter song, Mlss Sanders and Mlss Weld; plano solo, Mlss Elolne Franklin. BRATTLEBORO MARKET REPORT. Somethlng About the Apple Crop Hldej Half a Cent Hlgher Advance of Two Cents In Eggs. Apples are comlng lnto the markct ta; In such ltmlted quantity that a -,., by the barre!, cannot be glvci It is pr ,. able that the market price will oc fno 1 to $1.25, posslbly $1.50 for extr g - ones. Tho yicld thls year was -) ,d, f' but the recent hlgh wlnds In this lxi removed liundreds of barrels nf , pPiei from the trees, practlcally spoiling hem as merchantable frult. It is likclr that thls wlll effect tho price ls f rm-i nro not over anxious, as a rule tc de' te much tlme to the apple busins witi they hae to pay 40 cents ea. h f r ,pr, barrels. Hldes brlng half a c t m and eggs are two cents higher V s w x WHOLESALE. Potntoes m Cheese u Buttcr (pound) ;o . Eggs Maplo Sugar Hr Maple Syrup (gallon) 8521.M Hldes " 5tj Calfsklns, (each) 30SLOi) Beef, (dressed) 5 g ; Pork (dressed) Veal (llve) sge Fowls (dressed) 13315 BETAIL. Lobsters (pound) , ;s Tca (Japan) 33570 Tea, (Oolong) 5so Tea, (Young Hyson) OSS') Potatoes (nutlve) r Cheese 14316 Butter (pound) 2i't Eggs "3 Sugar (refined) (1, Sugar (Maple) UQil' Salt. T. I., (bushel) s Flour (roller process, bbl) .... 6.75 Flour (patent) 7.50 17 T3 Corn 70g75 Corn (northern) Tjgsa Meal (cwt) i.ji Lobsters (pound) !5 Mlxed Feed 1.3001.35 Eran 1.23&1.30 Llnseed Oll Meal 1.4081.43 Provender 1.40 Mtddllngs 1.351.45 Byo Meal (pound) 3 Cotton Sccd Meal 1.60 Gluten Meal 1.45 Cracked Corn 1.33 Homlny Meal 1.30 Oats, bu 50S55 Hay (baled) $19Sf$:o Raw Oll so Kerosene 1115 Corrected Oct. 13. St. Gaudens's Studlo Burned. The studlo of Augustus St. Gaudens, the noted sculptor. was burned ln Cornlsh, N. H., directly across the rlver from Windsor Tuesday nlght. and It ls stated that the loss wlll be $100,000. The fire stnrted ln a barn nnd spread to the studlo, destroylng all the contents, Includlns a clay model of Charles Stewart Parnell for the state to be erected ln Dublln. Red mond, the Irlsh leader, was ln Cornlsh only a few days ago to examlne the model. Another model destroyed was of Marcus Daly, the Montana copper klng. Mrs. Rose Ostrout Acqultted of Murder. Mrs. Rose Ostrout of Westfield, charged wlth the murder of Amella Hoyt, a r-i-per, was acqultted ln the Orleans county court at Newport Tuesday mornlng after the Jury had been out all nlght. Mrs. Ostrout was accused of havlng caused her death by deprivlng her of food, exposlng her to inclement weather and strlklng her In the course of the trial physlclans testl fied that death mlght have been caused by heart dlsease brought on by blows. The body of Andrew Martln, 63. who dls appeared n week ago, was found In Lake Champlain at Burlington Wednesday. ttffl STQMACII A HEARTY MEAL The pleasure of eatlng a hearty meal ls one that is de nled the unfortunate dyspeptlc. He selects his food with great cautlon, for fear of the distress that might follow. AH such persons should know that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters posltively strengthens the digestive organs and assists the stomaeh in the perfect digestion and assimilatlon of the food. Then you'll not be bothered again with Bolchlng, Sour Stomach, Poor Appetlte, Costlveness, Slck Hoadache, Insomnla, Dyspepsla, Indlgestlon or Llver Troublos. Try a bottlo Today. The genuine is sold only in bottles, never in bulk, and has our Prlvate Stamp over the neck. For sale by all drugglsts.