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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1004.
3 If You Need .-..V'r.' 3 ! H. P. WELLMAN & CO Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. CAIN & Merchant BRATTLEBORO. Strout's Harvest Is the title of an ilmMrateO tooklet. ;u?t n-jt. Jef.-nb:cc in t.iir trade :n New Enciand'f MciDe.v-makins Farmf. lt w:!i t ma.led FltEE. A Itw :! eav terms with Mk. tcxil and Tip? ini ludod t. ettie eftai- 'iimk.y 11 oii want a quick sale write u t'T'ur FHEE 'lefcrlptK'n 1'ianki. We resuire nv ?ayment la advance. VCe ue cur 'wn m'.ney tt advert:se ji.r rri'irty. .lorethan yi?aes m Majne aiODe sjnc-e to men ffm'J" ftate? : our guarame-e to you that our methods C" A CTD Al l"T arcs C . M. O I nUU I , R. J. KIMBALL 8l CO. 7 Nassau Street, New York. More Than Thirty-Five Years Membership In The New York Stock Exchange. W. Eugene Kimball. P 'yL-T' 77 5 S B0S1NESS. 6H0RTHAND. TCLECRAPHY. - f, jy rs r T Lrt ti help voa raake a ta4:ul Uart ja Ufe i tion Ithe entire vear. iLLrsrsjiTED Catalogcs Fee I Kbool vjews, speOTaeos of perjaiaatliip. Coiapetent busintj help fnrntshed proaptiy. Horse Owners; We are ready to supply all of yonr demasds, and would like lo gire yoa ttrms on Carriages new and second hand. Harness new and second hand. ALS0 ROBES, BLANKETS, WHIPS, HALTERS, Etc. Horses bought and sold. HOWARD & YEARLY Eear of Brooks Honse, Brattleboro. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST R0UTE T0 World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo. Central Vermont Ry. and Grand Trunk Ry. System, via Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls and Chicago. Tickets honored by steamer be tween Buffalo and Detroit with out extra charge at option of passengers. ROUND TRIP RATES. S24.00 for 15 day tickets. 529.35 for 60 doy tickets S35.20 for tickets limited Dec. 15. T' iPOVEKS allowed at all i-oints in Ver x nt and tanada. also at Niapara Fall, Detrift, Port Huron and Chicatro. Through Sleeplng Car Servlce f r a Vermont poiou to St. LouU and re turn. If your ticket a?ent cannot pive y .a tbe dcsired infornution, write J. E. BENTLEY. Gen'l Pass'r Agent, Su Albans, Vt. an Overcoat this Fall Don't fail to visit our store before you buy. We'll give you the most jfi sausiactory garment ror the lowest price, in the best quality you ever saw. And they've got all the style and snap there is going. Prices: $5, $7.50, $8.50, $10, $15, $17, $18, $20, $22, $24. In all lengths from 44 to 52 inches. IZARD, Ta i lo rs, of Farm Bargains are rlpht. Local apentt mot everywbere. lWXaMau StXew YorkCity. i.rTreiaont Tempie. Bwt..n.MaorKcnf Hiii.Me. Lceds Johnson. BUSINESS COLLECE inomliT Yalnable lcanrts. Otn 4cr.re cjnuining portruts of stndcntt, iatcno? Plush Robes and Horse Blankets I have a line that cannot be beaten. It will Pay You to Examine before you purchase J. EDGAR MELLEN ! A CHANCE FOR BOYS ' To Make a Dollar. i We want all the bonej we can get. Can use headt, hooft. hornt anythlng In the llne of bonet If only dry. We will ' pay 60c per hundred pounds for thorough ly dry bones we can pay even mere lf strlctly clean, hard. freih, dry, boiled butchers' bones and pay frelnnts from i your ttatlon lf shlpped In lott of 233 poundi or more.. May be ihlpped In bar- ' relt or cheap tackt. C. S. PAGE Hyde Park, Vt. E DG ETT & CO. Real Estate If you have Real Estate of any kiud to ell or exthange. or Perxmal Propertr. anytbing. write us. Brattjebon.. 't. atna jor nsi- InvestmentSecurities Paying from 4 3-4 to 6 per cent. Write for Informatlon. New England and Eastern Propertles. EOWARD C. CROSBY, Brattleboro, Vt. JOHN OUNLEAVY, Cuitom Tallor. Cle&nslnE. Repalrlne and Preaelnr done ta Order. Ryther Bullding. Up oni night. - BRATTLEBORO LOCAL VINCENT-D0OGE WEDDINC. Brattleboro Schoo Teacher Marned to Montpelier Man Will Spend Month at ; St. Louis and Other PSacet. ; Mie A!k- ll..u5r- Dodce. for the past j vear a tca iT grade I, in the Canal Mreet --no"i Suildinit. was mamed Wed- t nesday er.me lo Harry Walter Vincent 1 of Eat M-m!p!i-r The weddlng took place at the bride bome at 10 Spruce street at 7 Jo oclock and wae jierformed by P.e E. Q S Oigood. paetor of the Vnltarian church. who ued a incie ring eervlce Over 100 guests were present The vows wert- spokea ln front of a large bank of laurel and under a bll of hy drangeas. in tbe back porlor. There were fe.Moons of laurel about the room. and In the front parior. through wbich the bridal party marched. were decorationi! of hy drangeas and evergreen. The Malrcase leading down from the chambers was trimmed wlth evergreen. and in tbe din ing room were autumn leave? and stream er? of red crepe paper. All tbe decora tlons were of strfking leauty. The bridal party con5l5ted of tbe usb ers. Floyd E- Johnson of Brattleboro and Tennyin D Caustlc of ilonu-ller. the matron of bonor. Mrs. G. II. Byron of Cambridgeport. Mass.. the best man. Har ry Uaoe Kendall of Kew Tork, and the bridesmald, Mlss Lottle May Dodge of Brattletoro. flster of the bride. the ring brrarer. Grace Leach. younger daughter of J. E. lyeach of Brattleboro, and the lride and bridecroom. The bride wore a white satln gown. en tmln. a tulle vell fastened wlth fiowers. and carrled bride roses The matron of bonor wore plnk silk and carried white chrysanthemums. The bridesmaid's dress was Mue peau de cygne. and she carried white caraatkms. The ring bearer was dre?ed in white and carried the ring in a white satln basket. tbe party pased down tbe stalr ca and through the parlors the bridal cboru? from Lohengrin wf played on the piano by Mrs. Elbert Stowe of Hart ford. Conn . closing tbe servlce wlth Mendelssohn's wedding march. After the ceremony a receptlon was held. Mr. and Mr?. O. T. Dodge. father and rnoth er of the bride. Mrs. George R. Robertson of Barre and Miss Flora N. Vincent of Barre asi5tlng Mr. and Mrs. Vincent ln rvceiving. A weddlng breakfast was served by Mis?e? Winnie Douglass. Mar tha Ingraham. Grace Johnson and Mabel Kendall. Miss Charlotte Barrett ha1ng charge of the punch bowl and Miss Kllen Sherman the weddlng cake boxes. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent left on tbe 10.10 train. and tbeir departure had lively acoompanl ments. They started for Montreal. Ni agara Falls. St. Louis. and New Orleans, thence by steamer to New Yoik. on a trip of four or five weeks. They will be at home at 'The Maples" farm in East Montpelier after Dec. 1. They recelved many bandsome gifts of cut glaKS. palnt ings, silverware. llnen. china. etc Tbe ushers were given gold stlck pini, and the bridegroom's gift to tbe bride was a mabogany piano. Besides tbe members of the wedding party tbe out-of-town guests were C. E. Caustic of Cambridge, Mass.. Mrs. Hat tie Skinner of Boston. Da1d Galbraith of Sherbrook. Canada. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caustic. Mrs- E. E. Caouic and two chiWren and Mrs H. B. DoJge of Mont pelier, and Mrs. George H. Robertson and daugbter and Miss Flora N. Vincent of Barre. Mr. Vincent is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Vincent of East Montpelier. Mrs. Vincent is a graduate of the UtUeton. N. H.. blgb school aad Montpelier sem inarj'. WESTMINSTER WEST. Mrs. Darttag of SpriagfleJd, Mass., is at H. P. Diiumore's. Mrs. Haiten Goodhue was ln Brattle boro a part of last week. Mrs. Louvta Stnlth of Greenfleld Is ris lting her brotber. Deaooo R. W. Car penter. Miss Lena CampbeH Is In New Tork city for a ildt She expcets to co to Bostoa before she reiurns. Mles Fairbanks and a frtend from NorthfleM. Mase.. were at E. C. Flsher'a from Saturday until Monday. S. A. Sbattuek is seriously Ul from the effects of a sboek wbich be susuinetl last week. Hls left slde is paraU'zed. Maple Grove Grange will observe ladies' night Thursday evenlag. Oct. 57. After tbe liierary exerciss refreshments wiU be served. Mr. aad Mrs. Fred Clark and daugbter, AUce. Mrs. Sleener of Bellows Falls. and Mrs. Douglacs and daugbter of Orange, N. J.. wre at J. IL Clark's Sunday. Miss Ada Walker has flnished work at H. P. r.anne-"s and is at home. Miss Lora WTVx takes her place at Mr. Ran ney's, tre she will remala for the winter. NEWS IN BRIEF. President Actt In Gen. Sloeum Cate In specters Iseharged. p-jnlshment for the governtncnt'a cullty teamVia-. InspecKrs. scathlng d.ir.o. atiott of the Candfn. N. J c"r)nii.in whlch soM Iron-barred cork for life pie rers. and recommecdatlons Ihat Con gress take iinmedlate steps to Insure the sfety of the imwllni; publlc. are the re sult of the nntkmal eonnnlsslon's In qulry intn the Oen. Plocuni steamboat dtaner of lasi sumraer. The report nf the ooministton. made pabtlc Sunday. ois clotes rmportant tlndinps, and in wnnw tion there ith ITertdent Roose)t. t whom the report was subniltted. has writ ten a Vetter ti Vlctor 1L Metcalf. secretary of the departtnent of comraerce and labor. JireMtnK hlm to carry into efTect the reo nmtrieridatton; of the commtlon He d're-ts that Robert S. Rodle. yuper- io'nc iniector of the Second PJtiiet rtrmN-it inipec,tJn ?errlce. and Jaro- A rumort and Thnnuf II. Barrett. local t'i;t i in charse of tbe port of New Vi'ik ! di'harp'd frorn the erMoe. the nimniiM1' n holdinc them dlrectly reron-F.l.i- f.ir th- liutv f.f the rteatnboat In yi -i 1 t. wMdi Tht licum dirater a .'irfttli attrlbutalil- He characteitme r.f7-rt of thf N"'-TUartel Cork Work. u'j"- ifs. havf lie-n indlcted. a be !ni! ' f ! heinou a haracter that it l r -it -o r-nrnroe".t urou lt wlth proper ! -rtralnt." Soldiers Charged Wlth Murder In Botton. L-'trkir. Wjtnan Hail. JS, proj.iK-ior of x mii.'nery ertabUhment. wa murdored -: '., l.Kleir.(t on St Butolph trett In r..-r k Iiar dlnct. Boon. Saturday ".ib'.i Tl.e murder wa diaoovered by a .rvar.t late Punday The poiice arret e.l Fr-d Waloiii and Eugeoe Sennot. prl-nt- in the ooart arilllery. atatloned at Ft Warren, and they are heM pendlncr In . Mip-.tinn Hall wa kllled by tab In the neck. Inrllcted with a ianan4' jword, which hung on the wall? of the room. WatJcn, the polk-e my. admltted the klll- ing but claimii that K was In elf defence. Sennott. denles all knowledge of the af fair Accordlnp to 'Waton's tory he and Sennott vieited Hall Saturday nKrht. ' After the latter had gone to bed Hall and WatMm became encaped ln an altercation. Vst.on clalm? that Hall attarked hlm nith the Jananee fwott! and in parrvlnc ; a Wow Vat!on a-e he caused the weapon s to be derlected and the polnt entered 1 Hall's neck, Feverln? the Jugular vein. I Hall died lmmediately. Polsonout Whlikey KHIed 20 People. Wood aloobol ln quantitles FU01clent to rodden deaths of not less than a score of persons Hvinr in tbe vicinlty or Tenth avenue and Forty-eighth street. an In vestication dteclosed th" faot that wlus key of a very inferior grade was belns old in many barrooms in that sectkm. Acting on suspi-kn that the lkjuor migbt have been reponiW- for aome of the deaths. one saloon was -ked. samples of whlskey were taken from every saloon in the dlstrict. and tbe contents of tbe stomachs of three of the victims were sent t" the board of bealth for ehemioal analysis. Shot Hls Wlfe and a Psliceman. Harry Bowle. a town laborer at Brook line. Mas . crazed. the iwtlce say. by drink. Monday night shot and fatally wounded nts wtie at tneir norne at 1 , Boyion street. and a few moments later Jdlled Patrolman joseph McMurray. who . attempted hls arrest. Mrs. Bowles llved out a lew minutes iiier ine snoouns: "k , poiice man d!e. almost lmmedUtely after I receiing a bullet wound below tbe heart. i After shootlng hls wife B?les barriraded the doors and wlndows of hls home. and the pollceman had broken in a pannel of the front door when be was knted. I-ltrr a sauad of oScers forced an entrance , Into the house and. after a strugcle. se- j cured the murderer. who had hidden un- ) der a bed. Patrolman McMurray was 15 j years old. married and had seven chll- ' dren. He had been a member of the force 11 years and had a distingutsbed record 1 for bravery. ( Inventor and Wife Kllled by Flre Escape. P. M. Scannon and wife of Mlnnea;olis feH from the tbird stoiy window of the Germania Life bullding to tbe stone side- 1 walk In St. PnuL Friday. Tbe woman was killed and Scannon is not expected to Hve. Both struck on their beads. Scannon is down from tbe eighth Ooor of tbe boild- I lng to tbe third. where hls wtfe was j awaiting hlm in a window. Tbe rope whicb sustained tbem was lignt. and when the woman's welgbt was added to that of her husband. the stone window ledge above cut tbe straads of tbe rope. lettlng both falL Aged Holyoke Man Kllled Room Mate In Flght. WUliaro Gillaway. 1. was held ln JK ln the poiice court at Holyoke Monday on tbe charge of rnanslaughter. He aad Patrick Claugbeley. also over T yeats old. had been room mates a: the Brigbtstde lnstttution, a Catbolic bome, for years. They had a flght Friday night. when Gilla way hlt hls room mate over tbe head with a cane. Driven douu the coast by a northeast gale the three-masted scbconer Went- ! worth. of Moncton. N. B., struck on Chatham (Mass 1 bar Friday night and 1 all on board perisbed in the terrlflc saa. The 15 victlms Included Capt. Prtddle. 15, his wife and three chlklren. ' ko rentoa, '' press wagon from which tbe dynamite fell whlch caused tbe Melrose, afS.. electric car aceident last month. asd foreman Percy C. Hankins of tbe ex press company owning the wagon. were heM criminally negiigent by Judge Sweet ser of tbe dlstrict court ln his report rlled Monday. Tbe dynamite fetb on the car traek and later the car struck it. causing an expkKion in which nine were kllled and to Injured. Joe Walcott. tbe wldely known negro pugilist. shot and kHled Nelson HalL I also colored. Monday night In a hall at the eoraer of lnk parK and Washing ton street ln Boston where a dance was being held. Tbe shootlng caused gTeat exciiemeot and Walcott narrowty escap ed rough handling. He maintatned his gronnd. however. until poUcemen carne aad tben went ealmly with them. The autborities thlnk tbe affair was accMea taL Walcotfs story. wbich is corrobor ated by bystanders. Is that he was snow ing Hall an automatic 15-shooter when the weapon was dlscbarged twice- Both bullets passed through Walcott's hand and tben struck Hall under tbe heart. causing almost Instant death. Edwin G Sbea. X. of Brooklyn, a sopb more in Willlams coilege. was crushed to death during Sunday night at the Hotel WeUingtonat North Adams. Sbea aad WU llam Waterworth, another student. were waltlng for a cafriage to take tbem back to eoilege. Shea to4d X. Young, the night watchman, that be was famlliar with tbe mechanlsm of an elevstor. and operated It. The watchman says he came down in the elevator from the top floor with the two students. and oo reaching tbe ground rloor Waterworth grasped the eontrolling lever to stop the car, but pushed it back so far that the car startatl up. Sbea was just stepplng to the offlce floor, hls head struck the door leadtng to tbe elevator well and was crushed instant ly. The bodv fell to the floor. aad roiled Into the well and fell to the basement. Shea was one of the most popular men in oollege and short stop on the 'varsity base ball team. ooa aiconoi injuanii Fuuucien. to whlch L. three foortbs as moeJi as is re caufe death has been found to the Mom- qojrrd for lbf. termlanl s tatkm. Tbe acfc of t thre suppo-d victlms of pol- f. of thls contract assures tbe bulld joned whiskey ln tbe -nd "tlryker lnK o! tbe. Bethel granlte railroad at once. Farm dlstrict ln New 'iork rtty acoord- , rtwd fanryfvi an damages '"P o "rt made to Coroner Scboler consldered over whtcb there has been a Satnrday by the chemtst of tbe board of i rontntio,, with ;,MsJbk rwnlt oi the healtn. Folkrwlnp the mjsteriou and nif.t belnc alli.hld wl h IN OUR OWN STATE. Orflcert of State Medlcal Soclety. At the ckwlns ewon ot the lt ar. nual meetlna; of tbe Vermont State Medl--1 aarlety heM In Rutland Prtday mm rie t!). nflkr were elerted: Ireident. P K M'Seene of Hufllncton: vkc Hn-nident. M I Chandler of Barre. -c-retarr. G II. Oorham of Oelkiwa Fall: treanurer. B. H. Stone of Burlington: au dltor. J H. Blodfrett of Saitonf Rlver. executlve cnrnmlttee. preiOdent and e rerv and I. C. Hawley of Burlington: jnit'li.ntlon rrirnmlttee. O. II. Oorham of Mln! Fal! O. R. Anderaon of Brattle lwrr. E R. CamnueU of Bellows Falte: nrnlopj M H. Bddy of Middlebury. C. S. Scoueld of ...ehford. E. V. Howard of Shoreham : k-giotatlre. S. E. Darllnpr of Hardwick, H. D. Holton of Brattletwro. E. R. Campbell of Bellows Falls: Hcenw cenor. Henrr Jame of Waterbury. S. W tlammond of Rutland. J. S. Hltt of lelknJi Fall. annlrermry chalrman. C VV Pt-ck of Brandon. Amonc the dele-patt- elect-d were the foUowlnj? Dr II. D. Holmn of Brattleboro to the Amertcan Medlcal n-clatl.n; Dr. J. II. Klodpett of Saxtons Rlver to the MasaacfauoetM Medlcal (oclety. Dr. A. I. Mlller of Brat tleboro to the Rh'de Ixland Mdlcal to cie'y. Dr. F. 1- rmgwd of Saxtoni Rlver and Dr. A. L MimT of Bellows Falls to the White Rlver Medlcal jwclety. Creamery Company In Financlal Straltt. The Farmere' Mutual Creamery com pany of 5t. Johnrury ha been cVwed slnce Sept. 1. pendlna; an inretlcatton of H afllairs by a speclal committee ap pointod liy' the creditora. Tbe concern dld a buine of about lianoa a monlh wlth tt-.e farmers ln that oection. and tbe flrt Intlmatlon the fanaera had that any thlna; wa wrong wa on Airfract when they recelved thelr cliecto for payment for cream furniohed the prvcedlng month. Over wa pald out by the manase- ment but at there were no funds ln the bank to meet tbe checks the farmers not only lot thelr py for the Julv cream. ' but got nothing for cream furniahed daily talner In New Enrtand. will appear at for the greater part of Augtt't The 5rc- i the town haU under tbe autpice of Boy lal committee found liabilitles of over j den Ornnse. It Is boped the townspeo beyond the cbecke outtandlng. and pje wil how their apprrciatton of tbe ef recommended that the conoern settle Its j forts of the Orance ln procuring socb affalrs In tbe bankruptcy court. Tbe out- talent by their attendance. At tbe close look for tbe credltors 1 very poor. Anether Granlte Contract for Bethel. Tbe contract for tbe new xnueum bulld i Inc Ir Wa?hlnrton. D. C. has been awarded to the BUlc Granlte company on the Bethel trbite gmnlte. Thls contract . calls for nearty J7.(K cubic feet of stone. granted. One hundred and forty-seven men were on tbe nav roll of the auarrv last week. Large machinery is now betng neu in on nri ireiKm -ara xo oe con- , veyed to the .juarry as soon as the road is ln cnndiiion to travel over. j ; iiy Approorlated for Soidiers Not Used. Home j , The report of Hugh Henry. tresldent . when. at the top of the railroad station f the board of trustee of the Vermont hill. his horse became frigbtened at an soMiers home. shows that of tbe Ct.vM j automobile. causinc comptete destruction appropriated by the state for its main- of his carnace. Tbe man had one eg two years ago. 5400 was not , broken and one of hls horses was so badly used. and remalned in the treasory at ibe j tnjured that it had to be killed. ln this close of the nscal year. June V. 1. mstance no special btarae is aitacfaed to since tbe tnstitution was started 17 years j the automobile driver. Tbe same Jifter ago. tbe sute has appropriated I1SI.C! , nooo a maehlne going at a furious rate for lts suotmrt. The same tinmnrtafton as two years aco is asked for the next two years. Tbe recent act of Congress aOowing penstonere to retaln their eotire penslons. lnstoad of lurnlng them Into the home. will cut off the income of the home about m a year. Last winter lh6 bome had Sj oecupants. and it is expected that tbe number will be fnlly as large this season. Oaring Hold-Up Reported at Rutland. It is clalmed by the offlcers that a ilaring hoW up and robbery took place ln broad dsylight Friday on Strongs ave nue. one of the prlndnal streets of Knt land. John Slatterey and Bichard Uoyd. both of Rutland, were arrested and charg ed with the crirae. Frederick Basbaw. who was under the lnfluence of lkjuor. was the-victlra. Basbaw rode ln a wagon with the men some dlstance and claims be lost lii whlle with tbem. People on the street saw the men going through hls pockets during the ride. Lloyd and Slattery pleaded not gullty ln clty court and were sent to Rutland hia ,nto hls boase- Vermont Mutual Flre Insuranee Com pany's Annual Meeting. Tbe Tth annual meeting of tbe Ver- mont .Mutual nre insuranee company was behl at Iontpeller Wednesday. The reperts of the offlcers sbowed that tbe company has resources of iilJ.iJS.S7. H abilities of SJl?.iW).7J. leaving a surplus of il3.SS.l(. Tbe company has 16.S5 poUcies in force. an lncrease In the year of 1M7. Tbe insuranee in force ls 1C5. premlum notes in force &.4. The dlrectors. one from each connty of tbe state. were re-elected. in cluding J. R. Judson of Bennington county. James L. Martln of Windham eounty and W. W. Stickney of Windsor county. B. F. Blood, Wlndsor's Benefactor. Benjamin F. Blood. 75. dled at his bome ln Walthanv Mass., Saturday after a lln gering illness. He was born ln Windsor and when young went West, entered the iron business, and aocumulated a fortune. He rettred several years ago and bad been a resMent of v-altham neariy ten years. n,,Hnr. hu lifo.i. ht. ,A vei n.irJn.. hla tif.tlnt. V, r.... ! ' t 44.1 .4.1. 44 44MUC mVIM 7 o-n.MMi nithllj, 4fte ln Unt 1A V ikt, year a llbrary which he presented to his j ing offlcers were elected for the next slx natif e town. Windsor, was dedicated. He months: President. Miss Jennle Harwood; to tbe neighborlng towns of West Wind- ' vice president, Edward D. Weaver: sec sor. Weathersneld (Ascutnej-viUe) and ' retarj'. Miss Carrie Daggrtt. treasurer. it is understood that he intended to give Danlel Klng At the r.ext meeting the a library to Barre. 1 following question wtil be debated' " Re- , soled. Th;t Japar aci not Russla. Tbe farmers of East Barnet have sub- , scrlt-ed 5O0 toward tbe necwsary ttMi j to establisfa a creamery at that rlllage. A lot is being gradad. and tbe bullding will be erected thls faU. W. W. Tuekers bufldlngs on the farm known as tbe Hazelton place ln Walts- ; fleld were bumed Saturday, oauslng a ' loi-s o' SteW. Seventeen hogs and other . animals were burned ln the Uarn. Most ! of the furnlture was saed. lt Is thougbt 1 that cbUdren ptaying wlth matcbes in tbe ' barn started tbe fire. Tbe famous t&O.OOO slander case of SaruuW D. Wilson of alleged srotter fame 1 vs. Percival W. Clemenf. whlch was Iried at the Octoer. 1&9. term of the federal court ln Rutland and is now ln tbe Cnlted States clrcuit court of appaals on a writ of error will be beard oo tbe prtnts raised by tbe defendant in New York next month. The Vermont Huraane society, at the annual meeting held in Rutland recently elected John A. .Sheldon of that city president. G. S. Smlth of Rutland secre tary and F. W. Pierce of Chester treas- . unr. Tbe vice pretsidents include Mrs. Mary C. Warder of Brattleboro and Miss . Helen Robertson (Mrs. 11. L. Balley) of Putney. The Northern chemical works at Con , cord were bumed Monday. The plant was establisbed about a yar ago by Norton and Ren Lyster, and wood aloohol and creosota were manufacturexL Some of I the machinery for dlstilrlng was iroport- ed from Germany and plans were almost I eoranl-eted to greatly lncrease the plant. I Tbe loss wiu exced tlie Insuranee of- I4K0 by several thousands. The Standard Flour of the World. NORTHERN COUNTY TOWNS. WESTMINSTER. Fine Entertalnment Tomorrow Ntght UncJer Absplcet of Grang-. Tomorroni. Satjrday, evenlng: lda Jen nee Moulton nf IVwton. one of the best known lmpers--nators and murtcal enter- of tbe estertainment there will be a so cial dance. with music by Weeden's or cheetra. This Is tbe flrst of a series of enter tainments. botb for the pubtic and Uy in Itatloa. to be dven by the Grang dur lng the fall and winter. Tbe committee in charge of the series are E. G. Tuthlll. Mrs. Myra Ashwell and Mrs. G. H- Walk er. Last Frlday evenlng about M members of Boyden Orange attended the nelgh bors' night meeting at Saxtons Rirer. They report haring a flne tlme. At the dose of tbe program glven bytbe varioos Grange supper was served. after which an enjoyed dancing." A large number of members were present and the even incs program as carried out was cer- tainly greatly to the credit of the Sax tons Kiver urange. Chapter cf Accldents frsm Automoblle Rldlng. Last Sunday afternoon a man Uving ran over and kllled a large dog oo upper Main street. and on lower Maln street ran over a varuabte sbepberd pup belonging to W. 5. Fenn. causing serious lnjury to the poor animaL Is there no protectkra to buman life or safety to dumb animals? Mrs. S. M- Nutting will Joln ber hus band ln Montpelier on Friday. H. A. 'Wyman returned Monday to Keene. Mrs. VTyman going AVednesday. Miss Carrie Warren went to Nashua. N. H- Wedenesday for a stay of several weeks. Robert Snow is at home from Merlden with a broken arm. the injury having been sustained in a foot ball game. The rrandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. O. I Fisherv who have been with thelr grandparents during the summer. return ed with their nurses yesterday. Thurs day, to their home ln New Tork clty. CAMBRIDGEPORT. Automobile Caused Bad Aceident. Last Sunday afternoon a bad aceident occurred ln Westminster in which Mr. Adams and Lester Falrbrotber, both of thls place. were injured. They were driv ing a pair of horses when, coming sud denly upon an automobile. the horses j tumed around. throwing out the two men and a young lady who was with them. Mr. Adams was hurt on tbe head and sboulders and Mr. Falrbrother had both bones broken near the ankle. One of the horses was killed and the wagon de molished. Mrs. Seth Buflum Is III with a fever. Miss Elsle Page spent several days last week In Boston. The Chtistlan Endeavor soctety elected Mrs. G. E. Walker delegate to the state conventlon to be heW at Sprir.gfleld next weet. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stevens of Bethle hem, N. 1L. are spending a week with Mr. Stevens s parents and calling on old acqualntances. The Harwood family have picked quarts of terries thls season, or 500 quarts more than were picked on the BatcbeMer farm ln Townshend. Tbe Current Events club were enter- 1 ,.ln 1 . . 1 V..- T" .. r- -mf j 444 4 44 4 4 .4. . 4 I F4.4. 4 V 4 4. .4144 4J.' 4 4 tT 4 . . - Ji. , TI-'.-r mr.A U T ll..tl..r ought to Win ii. ttjt present war " To Build Robust Health start at the foundation of life and health. Assist your organs to do their work properly. Food and drink cannot nourish if your liver is not wcrking' right, Dyspepsia and Indigestion follow if your digestive organs are out of order. Constipation cannot exist if your bowels are free. A short course of Beecham's Pills will soon put you right and an occasional one will keep you so. BEECHAM'S PILLS will db more to build up robust health and maintain ft than any other medicine. They have done this, and are con tinually doing it for thousands all over the world. If you start now and take BEECHAM'S PILLS occasionally you will certainly benefit to a remarkable degree. Sold Everywhere In Boxes, 10c. and 25c. So Long As from flour and flour is made from wheat, just so long will the BEST bread be made from PILLSBURY'S BEST flour. It commands the highest wholesale price, costs the consumer the least to use, and has the largest sale o anv flour in the world. (ExecuHve) (Positlon.) (Clerlj We wiat jnea lsAedlmtely to fiil hairtlr-ds of ' Execatire, Clnicil, Technicil asd fraleMDUi rml- 1 are a hurft crae maa nie for booklet aad itatetha j kiad of puduuo yia 6mwc. O&cei in 12 dties. j Hapgoods (Inc), Braln Brokers ouuo 314. jus iiroauway, new i orK Technlcal,'Posmons)Sa.Iesmiv.rO GRAFTON. Mrs. Frank Sparks and daughter aro vlsitlng at J. L. Sparks's. Robert J. Merriam of Merlden, Conn., was the guest of Cbapin Howard last week. Lyman French was bere a part of last week attending to the gatberlng of his apples. Rer. M. A. Daridsoa. state saperln tendent of missions, will preaeh in the BapUst church Sonday momlng and evenlng, tbe 5td. A very successful harvest snpper was given by the ladies of tbe Congregation al sodety at tbe chapel Tuesday even lng. There was a large attendance. Rev. B. W. Penaock wiU take a short vacation. so tbere wiU be no serrices in tbe Congregational church on Scnday, Oct. 51, but Sanday scfaool will be heM at tbe Bsual hour. Tbe delegates lo tbe State Sunday scbool association's convenUon being held in Ludlow from tbe Sunday scboois bere are F. O. MerriSeld. Charles Palraer. Miss May Tbompson. Miss Annie Walker and Mias Heten Culrer. BRATTLEBORO MARKET REPORT. Turkeys Scarce In Vermont Canada and Rhode Island Will Hefp Out Hldes Half a Cent Hlgher. A scarcity of Vermont turkeys hs re ported. and lt is saM that many dealers wiU have to draw on Canada and Rhode Island ln order to 311 out their annual Thanksgiving oonsignments. Tbe Rhode Island farmers antlcipate a continuation of last year's hlgh prices, so that, un less large shlpments are made from tbe West Vermonters need not be surprised if they have to pay a little more than they did a year ago. Hldes are half a cent hlgher, otherwise the local market prices are unchanged from last week. WHOLESALE. Potatoes 0 Cheese 12 Butter (pound) 5055 Eggs 27 Maple Sugar 11617 Maple Syrup (gallon) SS0LOO Hldes 5Hfi Calfsklns, (each) 3aLW Beef. (dressed) 5 0 7 Pork (dressed) 7 Veal (Uve) SQC Fowls (dressed) 13(215 RETAILu Lobsters (pound) 5S Tea (Japan) 15 070 Tes, (Oolong) tyjSH Tea, (Tonng Hyson) 40S3 Potatoes (native) 17 Cheese '. 14616 Butter (pound) 256 55 Eggs 50 Sugar (reflned) 6 Sugar (Maple) HC52 Salt, T. L, (bushel) 3 Flour (roller process, bbl) .... 6.75 6705 Flour (patent) 7.50 67.75 Com 706 75 Corn (nortbern) 75350 Meal cwt) L30 Mlxed Feed LSO0LS5 Bran L556L50 Llnseed OU Meal L406 L45 Provender 1.40 Mlddlings L356L45 Rye Meal (pound) 3 Cotton Secd Meal 1.50 Gluten Meal 1 1.45 Cracked Corn 1.S5 Hominy Meal LSO Oats. bu. 50655 Hay (baled) J196J50 Raw OU 55 Kerosene 146 IS Corrected Oct. 50. Edward Farrar, about CO, a well known citiien of Waterbury, was killed by the cavlng in of a sewer dltch on whlch he was superintendlng the work Thursday. He was in the dltch on Elm street with several men, and the banks, whlch were seven feet hlgb. had been braced at all but one polnt. When the dltch began to cave all the others escaped but Mr. Farrar was buried so that only hls bead was above tbe sarface. He was dug out withln two minutes and physlcians sura- I moned. b-Jt lus lungs had been crushed , and hls Jaw broken. He gasped twice and was dead in less that a mlnute after i he was extncated.