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THE VERMONT PIICENIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, OOTOBER 21, 1904,.
I)c Dcrmont JJljccnu-. ANNOUNCEMENTS. F. V. McClure, Auctloncer, Brattleboro, Vt.' I'lnln sowlngby u plnln Jdrefsinnkor. MlS?S A0NK3 UAIjVIN, 13 Walmit St Hrnltlcboro. F. II. Dny. expcrt plnno tuncr iiticl icpnlier. All onlcrs protnptly nttcnded to. Siitl.Mnctlon Kiiarnnti'cd. Addrcss 15 Myitlc ft.. or IlMey Ortruii Coinpnny, Brattleboro, tf Ladles' Hnlr shnmpoocd, 25 cents. Flrst class mothods nnd mntorlals, Huurs, 0 to 11 j 2 to 4.30, nnd by appolntmcnt. 39 Elllot strect, Brattleboro. Robcrt B. Goodhuc, Plnno ainl ui-giui tmiur aml reptflrer. 12 Illgli laml St., lirattlebcno, Vt. Drnwlng and Palntlng In all lls brnnclies. Clnes or pvlvalo !csoiis. MlSSFLOHKNCni.OOODUNUUdll.T lllinSt. Drattleboro Prlvate School 83 Maln Ht. CouiM'S lli cotmnon school, hlgh school or tencliers' branehc!, nnd. oiil In sliott- hnndand t j ievrit nitr. Smltli l'renilcr Typewrller to irnt. Noticc, llnvlng nrranged tn lake n post grtidiiatc cotirse In surgeiy at llarvard Unlverslty. 1 wlll lic In iny ollieo Siitinday and Sunday only, untll fiirthcr uotke. K. 11. LVXCII. Danclng All who wlsli to tnke pi lvatc lcsons in danc ing, or Join cltlicr altornoon or ovenlng cln?. plcnsocnll lor Mr. S.iinont. miKtur ol diini'lng and ileportinent, at Orange liall. Vcdiiod:iy? only. friim a to fi :). BRATTLEBORO. Tho bnlllffs hnve declded to liavc n scwer lald S50 feot nlong Oak Grove nvenuo. H wlll conncct wlth tbo Cnnnl street sewor. Tho woik wlll bo dono by contrnct. Tho womon nf tbe Centrc Congrcgn tlonnl church nre plnnnlng n two days' llowor niul food sale for Thanksglvlng weck, wlth nn entertnlnment tho evenlng of tho scennd day. Why Girls Lonve Horac, n play based upon a celubrated trngedy wblch occurr cd nbout a ycnr ngo and whlch Is stlll n mystery, wns glvcn nu exoollont prosen tntlon nt tho Audltorlum Tuesday oven lng. A tcstlval liop, tbo second In tho serlos, wlll be hold In Kestlvnl ball noxt Wednes dny ovenlng. Tlio fohip lnrge orchestrn as at tbo flrst ono, wlth A. II. Hincs, promptcr, wlll fnrnlsh mnslc, and n good tlmo 1s promlscd. Dcnnls llebeknh lodge wlll bold a rum mage salo In Itettlng bulldlng noxt Wed nesdny, Thnrsdny and Friday. Any nr tlclo, howevor old. Is acccptable of lt hns a partlcle of usefulncss left. Tho lodge wlll gladly send teams for thlngs whlch arn too he.ivy to bo carrled by band. Tbo Lifoeral llevlow of Chlcngo, n mag azlne AVhicb 1s an "oi-Ran of tbe Indopond ont tblnkers of Aniorlca," publishod In Its Seplembor nnniber an articlo of Rreat ln tcrest entltlod "Tho Hlble In tbo Ught of Modorn ScholaiPblp," from the pen of D. B. Stednmn of Pprlnsneld, Jlass., for merly of Tho Nia'nlx. I'erlcy lCiiKone Ilolmes nnd JIIss Ionlse AVentwoitb of Iloston wero mariied by Ilev. Georgo . I'reiscott at tho Church of the CJood Phephord In tbat clty Thuixln.v, (Jct. 13. .Mr. Holmcs ia n son of Slr. anu Mrs. KiiRone E. Holmea of Oioen strect and ls n pro feslonal nurso In Uoston. Tbo supper nt tho Unlversallst vcstry Wcdnosilay ovonliiR wns largely attendod and a ncnt sum wns ronllzed for the Knrn Ilattln bomo. Mrs. IJIshop, wlfo of tho supcrlntendcnt of the bomo, Ravo nn InteicstlnR talk and two of tho Knrn Ilattln boys gavo songs and recltatlons. Tbo ovenliiR's cntertnlnmont was plan ned by tho mlsslon clrcle. The 20th nnnual UillliiRs famlly ronnlon wlll bo beld at the Hotel 'Westminster, Coplcy Square, Uoston, Sntnrday, Oct. II', at 10 n. m., wlth bnslncss mcetlnR nt 11 and dlnner at 1. All llncal descend ants and thoso connected by marrlage nre Invlted. Jlatters of Importanco concorn lng tbo Mllllngs Ronealoey wlll be dls cussed. G. A. Hllllngs of Hatlleld, Mass., well knowu In Drattleboro, ls presldent of the assoclatlon. At tho nnnual meetlnR of tho mlsslon clrclo of the Universalist church, held "Wednesdny, the followliiR olllcers wero elected: Presldent, .Mrs. W. G. Itockwell; vlce presldent, Mrs. J, V. Stearns; sec retary, Mrs. X. A. Cbeney; trcasurer, Mrs. Cbarles F. Keacb. At 6.15 a sup per was servcd to a larpe number of peo ple, tbe procccds nmountlne to $23, wblch was donated to the Kurn Hnttln bomo. Mrs. Ulshop, matron of tbe home, was present wlth two of the boys, who sans severnl selectlons. Mrs. Hlshop gavo a short talk on tho work of the home. Tbe Brattleboro AVoman's club mot on tbe atternoon of VVednesday, Oct. 19, at I'lno HelRhts. Many gucsts wero present beslde club members. Tho ladles llstoned to a paper by the presldent, Mlss Clark, Rlvihg nn nccount of the seventh blen nlal held ln St. Louis last May, and to re ports from the delegates to tho Vermont State Fedoratlon convcntlnn, At tne closo canie a soclal bour, wlth toa, over whlch tho itiembers and frlends bnd tbe prlvllege of personally expresslnc to tho hostess, Mrs. Fuller, thelr pleasure of meetlng nt thls hospltnble home. Tho re- freshment room wns under tbo ausplees of tho social commltteo. Mrs. Krnest Glbson nnd Mrs. Kphralm II. Crane pro slded at tho table. Musicv was furnlshed for tho receptlon. Mrs. Rosetta M. Glllette, 04, wlfo of Austln F. Glllette, dled Monday afternoon at ber home on Frost place nfter an 111 ness of elght months wlth cnncer of tbe llver. SUt wns born ln New York state Feb. 11, 1S40, her mnlden name bohiK Hosetln Chamberlaln, Sbo wns marrled to Mr. Glllette In Rochester. N. Y March' 20, 1SC3. They camo to Brattle boro n year ago last May from Bethel, where they llved 13 years. Itev. F. W. Lewis offered prayer at tbe house at D.30 o'clock yestorday and tbe body was taken to Bethel, where funeral servlces were held. Mrs. Glllette wns a membpr of tho ConRregatlonal church ln Bethel. Sbo Is survlved by ber husbnnd nnd llve chtldren, Mrs. E. A. Shnw of Northfield, thls state, Mrs. H. V. Ilolden of Itutland, Frank N. Cimmberlaln of Hartford, Conn., Scott Ij. Glllette of Bclbel nnd Mrs. Ber tha Dcan of Brattleboro. She leaves two brotbera, Charles Chamberlaln of Rut land nnd Newton Chamberlaln of White Itlver Junctlon, nnd ono slster, Mrs. S. M. Ordway of Rutland. Tbe trustees under tbe wlll of Thomns Thompson bavo taken proper nctlon toi prevont colontzlng In Brattleboro by peo plo who hopo to become beneflclarles of the Thompson fund. From tho notlce whlch uppears In nnother- column lt v-iu be seen tbat for tbe present no nddltlona wlll be made to the number of seam Btrosses, needle-women nnd sbop Rirls who wlll bo regaraed as entltled to es peclal nld In caso of need from sleknesa, want of employment or mlsfortune, nnd tbat the money of tho trust used ln Brat tleboro, nnd not requirod to meet eases of tempornry need nmong those already estnbllshed ln theso occupatlons, wlll be be used In accordanco wlth tho torms of tbe wlll for "klndred chnrltable pur poses." It wlll bo useless for peoplo to como to Brattleboro hoplng to get benx oflt from tho fund, Thls nctlon of tho trustees Is to be commended. The fund mlgbt easlly become n curso Instead of a blesslng to tho town, lf lt should nt tract here ln numbors peoplo who expect to recelvo ald, whlle tho use for "klndred charltable purposes" wlll apply to the malntenanco of tho hospttnl, ln whlch tho entlre communlty wlll have nn Intercst. The ladlea of the Bapllst snrlety clcnr ed $70 from thclr nimmngc snle, held ln thc Rcttliig bulldlng last weck. llov. ltenry A. Gnodlute of Ulghlnnd stlt'et wlll pronch In the CoiiRregntlonal church Hundayln tho nbsence of llev. Mr. Mllcs. S. W. EdRott .i Co. bavo sold llermnn Merber's bouso on I'lno strect lo Stntlon Agpnt Jnmes II. lluiko, who wlll inovo Into lt soou. llev. II. S. Fuller of .Stevensvllle. N. Y., wlll sponk nt thb Y. M. C. A. meet lnR Hundny at I o'clock. All mon nnd boys nre Invlted. All iicrtnnx lnleresl(d In oiRnnlzlmr n Y.'M. O. A. bnsket ball tonm or wlshlng to jnln siieh n tonm are lltvlted to meet nt the nfwiclntlnti rooms next Monday ovenlng nt S o clock. Tho busliipss mon's gymnnslum clnss nt thc Y. M. C A. wlll npen Wednesdny nfternoon, Nov. 2, nt I o'clock. All wlsh Iiir to Joln nro Invlted to como In nt tbat tlmo or notlfy tho genernl aecretnry lt they wlsh to joln lnter. The 'CongroRntlonnl club ls mnklnR m rnnRementa for nnother seilen of mpet Ings tbo comlng wlutor. Tbo nniui.il incetlng wlll bo held soon, probably' Wed nesdny cvenlug. Nov. S. whou n supi)er wlll be acrved, In tbe Brooka Houac, and n progrnm wlll be glvcn. Certlllpntes of lneorpomtlon were Iwued last wook bv tho secrotnry of stnto of Alnssncbusetts to tbo Morso Motor Veblcle eoinpnny of SprliiRrleld, wlth n enpltnl of $2nn,O00. Sewnll Morao Is presldent nf tbo compnny nnd J. Frnuk Drnko trcns urer. C. A. BnidiMi nnd bl mon llnlsbed yes tprdny tbo woik of ledecorntltiB tbo In terliir of the CoiiRiPRatloiinl vostry. lt Is oxiocted tbat tlio looins wlll bo oc enpled by the Bundny school next Sunday. The tlnta blond barmonlously. nnd tbo npponrnnce of tbe rooms l veVy much clmnRed nnd Impioved. Ijiwyer II. G. Itnrber wns ln WlbnlnR ton Monday rcpresontlnR otber persona In the snlo of tbe peraonnl piopeity ln Ibe llotel Rnponda. Horaep W. Slearns of New York held two ehnttel niortgnKpa on tbe pioierty. exeouted by W. C. Tlft of Ppi IngdeM. Mnss.. whlch be foieolospd. selllng tbo jiinperty by nuctlon to Mr. Uniber for $2500. Heit G. Akloy of West Hrnltlboro bns just recelved froni Johnson Stokes of I'liiladolpbln $17 for photosrnphlc vlews of vegetnblea. The Ilist prlzp wns $10, the socond $5 nnd the tblrd $2. At the Vnlley Knlr Mr. Akloy took ten prlzes nmountluR to $S.75. most of tbe nwards ln'lng products rnlsed from seeil bougbt of Johnson & Stokes. Jnmes A. Muzzy of Jnmnlcn. presldont of tbo DeWltt Grocery compnny, has sold n bnlf Intercst In hls gcneinl mer chandlse store ln Jamnlea to Cnrroll Rob lusou of tbat town. nnd bna como to Ih'ittleboro wlth hls wlfo to dovoto hls tlmo wlth 15. V. DeWltt ln tho nctlvo mnnngcment of tbe bnslncss of the Do Wltt Grocery compnny. Mr. Iloblnson formcrly wns clcik ln F. C. Clark's gro- ceiy storo. Hl members of n Xew Yoik syndlcnta lmvo been In Brattleboro thls week to ponsult wlth A. V. May In regnrd to the llnllfax dcer park, whlch Mr. May ad- vertlsed for snle. They went to Halifax to look over thc grouiid. nnd oxpressed themselvea as well satislled wlth the park nnd the prlce nnd sald they would buy lf they could llnd n suitnble person to earry it on. They want It for a buntlng preserve. Tbo aniiual rnlly servlee of the I'nl versnllst Sunday school was held Sunday wlth n inrgply lncreiiFPd nttendanee. rre- cpuiiiR tne regulnr sesslon there wero sppclal numbern. consistlnK of n selee tlon by tlio church quarlet, n recltatlnu by Ruth Stowcll. mnndolln nnd guitar duet by Florn and I.lzzie Tuthlll, nnd remaiks by Ilev. lt. K. Marvln. The ser vlee elosed wlth the Lord's prayer by tbe primnry departmont. Mni'cus A. Coolldge of Fltchburg. Muss.. 1ms been nomlnnted by tbe Hemocrnts as n candldato for Coiiripss. Ho made a Hlmrp tun nRttinsl CoiiRiossmnn Tirrell two yoars nRo. Mr. CoolldRo bullt tho Urattleboro strect rnilway nnd Is lnter ested wlth K. C. Crosby In severnl rall rond projpcts. Hls fnther was n Con giesmnn 12 yeais ngo for one torm, wln ninR in wnat is usunnv considored n strong Republienn dlstrlct. Col. John Hunt's ponslon agcncy has oeen notinea ot tlio Rrantlng of nn orlgl nal ponslon to John F. I.onR of Brattlo- boro iwnr wlth Spaln), and to I,ukc .Ml nor of Barnet (war wlth Spaln). Tho folIowiiiR bavo had thelr i)ens!ons In crensed: J. D. D.ivla, Hrldgeport, Conn.: George C. Cooley. Wllllamsvllle; Fmory Howard, Dover; Thomns H. Gordon, Waidsboio; Dr. A. B. Nash, Townshend; i-ayeuo i. .-mics, iiaiirax. An cxport from Boston Is laylnR n mo saic lloor, marble, wlth Grccinn border, In the passago wny betwcen the banklng room nnd mo nirectors room ln tho I'eo ple's Nn tlonnl bank. Tho work of makltiR Improvcinents through'out the bank's iiuartcrs, whlch has Ik'cii In progress tho past summer, Is now conllned largely to the dlrcctors' room and tho renr part of tho bnnk. It Is expected tbat tbo lm- provements wlll b completod ln flve or six wceKs. Frcd White staited from South Lon donderry for Brattleboro on tbo mlxed trnln on tho narrow guaRo rallroad Jlon day and met wlth a serlnus nccident at Winliall statlon. Tho trnln stopped to do soine swltchlng. Mr. White left tho p.isseiiRer car nnd went out on flat car. When the locomotlve backcd up to couplo to tbe trnln tho brakes falled to work onit tbo locomotlve crash ed Into the flat car. doubllng it up and tbiowlng Mr. White under lt. Ile had one leg uroxen nnd wns otherwlso In jured. He wns taken to South lyndon M-ir.v mr meuicni nitenuanec nnd on odnesday was carrled to hls bomo In jamaica. Newa has been recelved by Brattleboro frlends of tbo death of Mrs. It. S. Kenls ton, whlch took place Tuesdny In East iinon, .-s, ii. .Mrs, Kenlston formerly was .Mrs. willls Ilcmls. whoso husband wns tbo American exprcss ngent In Brat tleboro, nnd sho was n resldent of thls vlllaRe 23 years. Mr. Hemls dled In lSS'.l, iiiiu in i5-,u .mis. nenils went to North field ns matron In one of the aemlnary bulldlngs. Her mnrrlngo to Mr. Kenls ton took place in 1S95, and bor home had sinco been ln East Tilton. She wns woman who mndo strong nnd endurlng friendshlpa wherevor sho llved nnd Is re- memlioreil wlth nffectlon by many peoplo in jHULweooro. The following is from tbo Boston Her- nld of A edneseday, In the column of court proceedlngs: Llllle E. Clark cnargeu ber husbnnd, Herbert L. Clark wlth drunkenness nnd ndultery. Testl mony was offered showlng tbat Clark had reglstered nt a downtown hotel wlth n woman, not hls wife, nnd thnt they re malnod nt tho hotel for four days, whero thelr bill footed up $54, Thero was tqs tlmony tbat Clark had been Intoxlcated a number of tlmes, nnd n decreo nlsl wns grnnted by tho court." Clark Is n former Brattleboro man who has flgurcd In court cases ln Boston at dlfferent tlmes in the pnsi lew years, and who nt one tlme re celved n sentence. Last Monday evenlng n party of nbout 35 stnrted from tho Mcthodlst church nt 7 o'clock for n moonllght rldo nnd corn husklng. The destlnation was the bomo of n. II. Hnwklns whero hearty greet Ings nnd a pleasnnt ' evenlng nwaltod them. There was nbundant opportunlty for tho dlsplny of zeifl nnd dexterity ln strlpplng the husks from tho goldeu enrs, and it is sald thnt an nmplo supply of "rcd enrs" rownrded the search of such as were seeklng them. After n season of work the compnny was summoned to tho house, whero even greater zcal was dls plnyed in dolng Justico to the bountlfully laden tables. After showlng full nppre clntlon of Mrs. Hnwklns's excellcnt cookery, nnd some tlme Bpent soclally. tho party returned to "tho clty" In tho small hours of tho mornlng, agreed that n splendld tlmo had been enjoyed. Mr Croll's new houae In Onk Grovo park wlll be rcndy for thc frnme work wlthln n few tlnys. Tbrcc dcer wele seon on thc Island ono dnj1 last week. They, dlsappeared on Wnntastlnuot. Bcnuseant Commniidcry, K, T., workcd tho llcd Cross degrco at u stntcd conclnvo Wcdneadny ovenlng. The bnlllffs bavo volcd to place nn oloplilc llght ut tho corner of Hlgb str6et and lllghlnnd nvemic. Doasle Worden found n sirny of nrbll tus wlth buda nnd oponed llovvcis on tho mouiitnln last Sunday. I'lip npxt iittmcthfn at tho Audltorlum wlll bo thc lluss llutgess comcdlniis In the lntcst luugblnR success. A Cmckrr lloneyinoon, on Monday evenlng, Oct. 31. .IihIko llovt II. Wheelpr on Wednosdny iiioiiilng nt Ilutlanil (leelaieii tlio session of tho t'nlted Stntos court niljournpd to Feb. 7, becnuse tlio lnwyetfl WOio turdy In Rettlng casps rcndy. Tbe uuthorllles lmvo tiled uusuccess- fully soverul weeks to detect the person who kllled ii IniRo buek In ernon nenr tho Gullfoid line. Tho cnrcass was carrled nwny, but tbo heutl, wlth nntlers, wns found. Thc I'oard of rlvll authoilty wlll inect In tbo soloctmeu'M room next Monday nt 3 o'clock to revlso tho check Ilst to be used nt tbo presldontlnl olcctlon Nov. 8. Tho llst has boon posted In tbo town ball conldor. Sylvonus Fox of West Brattleboro aioso nbout r o elck Monday morning from hls bed on whlch ho wns 111 nnd do- llroiis, lushpd out doors nnd fpll ilown nn embntikment, bronking ono ahouldor. IIIs condltlon ls setloua. Tbe Vermont Soclety of Colonlnl Damos wlll bold thelr nnnua'l moetlng In tho W'ood nit gnllery, Montpelier, on Wed- nesday next, Oct. 20. Mlss llersey of lUiston wlll dellvver n lecturo boforo tho soclety In reptesentnllveB' ball. Tho grocery store on Piosfloct 11111 has born sold to Clmrles Amldon of Cbeater Ileld. .Mr. Amldon and fntnlly hnve moved Into tbe toneinent over tbe store. The resldenls nn the blll nre glad to seo the doors of tbe store open once more. The wlll of thc lato lllcbnrds llradley wns offerpd for probato Sntuubiy. Tho wlll leaves nll hls properly, witbout re sitvp. to hls wlfe, who, lt is understood, wlll cnrry on tbe nffnlrs of hls pstatn In tbe same manner ns durlng hls llfntlme. Mr. ltorden'H new house on Oak Grove naik l nenrly fuinlshed nnd rendy for oc eupaiicy. Mr. Croll wns tbe arcbltect nnd supei Inteirded tbe work. Mr. Fletcher dld tbe work by contrnct. Mr. llorden 1ms a modern. nttractive. woll-madp house. Ilnriy lllxby wns surprlsed nt hls home on I'lno street by n vlslt from n number of hls frlends Snturday nlght, the occn slon belng hls 21st blrtbdny nnnlversary. tiiunes wero played nnd refreshmciits were servod nud Mr. Illxby wns prosentcil wlth two books. Davld Mlllor's little boy, Ilnlpb. nged 4, dled Snturday nlght from dlphtherla nt the homo of the famlly, nn whnt is known iik tbe ICllJah Mlller plnee, on tbe road to Sunscnt Inke. Tbe body was buried Sun day. Two otber cblldren of tbe famlly bave lieen III wlth tbo dlsease, but nro now well. Tbo niother N slck nt tbo iiresent ilnie. but her recoveiy ls expected. Thoro aio no otber cases of contnglous dlsenses In town nt the present tlmo. Gold Mednl llnur bns lieen nwnrded nt Ibe lxuMlann rurclmse expoglllon In St. Louis the fcold mednl distlngulshlng It ns tho lending biead-maklng llniir. In pievious years tbe Gold Mednl llour has "tond tbe test nKalnal all coiiipetltors at the lilg cxposltlons In Chlciifcn. Buffalo. I'hiliulelplila, I'arls and otber cltles. An nnuiuvmenl of the nwnnl In St. Iiuls was recelvpd Fildny by I'rosby Co., the enstein ngents, ln a telegram from the W'ashburn Crosby comimny, manufactur ers, In Mlnnenpolls. Judson Strong. 53. tbo renl estnte denl er who wns shot twlco in the bend by Dr. Kdwnrd J. Uelt In Sprlngneld. Mnss.. Oct. S. illed at tbo Mercy liMspltal In that clty Monday evenlng. Ile was n natlve of Hebron, Conn.. nnd bnd lieen engaged succossfully ln renl ostate venturea In Sprlngflpld and vlclnlty thc- past 20 years. and had aecumulnted propeity vnlued nt $300,000. He Is survlved by a wlfo nnd thtco cblldren. IIIs buslness gnve hlm n wlde Bciiiiaintanpe In tbo ('onnpctleut ley nnd ho cnme to Brattleboro frequently. A benrliiR was held boforo Justlcc F. D. E. Stowe Snturday In the cnse of G. E. Gilman of Brattleboro ngnlnst J. L. Cnr roll of Northfield. Mnss.. whlch was nn nctlon to rceover $170, clalmod to be tbo bal.ince due for cuttlng nnd hnullng logs for tbe defendnnt. Tbe Job wns teiml nnteil before tbe contrnct wns completed. Tho defendnnt put In no testlmony. nnd so the Judgment wns rendered for tho plalntlff to recover hls bill wlth costs. Tbe defendant appealed. From the cross oxamlnntlon lt nppearcd tbat the maln Issue would bo on tho mensuro ments of the logs out. E. W. Glbson npp'enred for the plalutirf nnd II. G. Bar ber for the defendant. Tbe Daugbters of tho American Ilcvo lutlon were higbly entertnlneil nt the homo of Mrs. Jncob G. rilery Friday, Oct. 14, from 3 untll 6 o'clock. Tbe regulnr bnsl ncss meetlng wns beld. nt whlch the cbapter unanimously endorsed Mrs. J. J. Estey for ro-electlou as vice presldent general of the natlonnl soclety. Two new members were voted luto tho chaptor nnd plana for a publlc supper on the nlght M tho natlonnl olcctlon Nov. S wero formulnted. At 5 o'clock tho Indles ad Journed to tho dlnlng room whlch was vory prcttlly trlmmpd wlth pale vellow chrysanthemums nnd llgbted wlth n pro fuslon of shnded cnalcs. Mrs. C. F. R. Jeniie preslded nt the coffoe urn. whlle Mrs. G. F. Barber poured cbocolate, and cbolce rrfreshments wero servcd by Mlsses nilzabeth Mnrshall, Margarct Martln nnd Kllcn Hunt. llov. Fnther I'. J. Donovnn, tho prlest ln chnrgo of St. Mlclmers Itomnn Catbo llc parlsh several weeks, wns surprlsed nt tho parochlal rcsldenco on Wnlnut street Snturday by u visit from nbout 20 pronilnent parlshoncra. John Galvln, spenklng In behnlf of the members of tbe parlsh, pres'cntod Father Donovan a purso of $205. Mr. Galvln spnke of tho helpful servlee whlch Father Donovnn had rendered nnd of tho wnrm nttachmont formed for hlm by tbe peoplo here. Fnther Donovan responded feellngly nnd Ilev. M. J. Cnrmody of Ludlow, who Is hcro now as the pennanent rectnr. nlso spoke. Itev. Fnther Carmody's nppolntment to St. Mlchnel's church Is datcd Sept. 27. Ho sald one mnss and Father Donovan the nther lnat Sundny mornlng. Fnther Cnr mody's suceessor nt Ludlow wlll bo Fnther Gelot, who was In France somo tlme on nccount of hls henlth, but who has been stntloned nt Fnir Haven recently. Fnther Gelot wns formerly pastor of the churchea In Middlebury and Underhill. Irof. Starr Wlllard Cuttlng, who Is at the head of the Germnn department of the Cblcngo unlverslty, wlth hls wlfo nnd threo chlldren Is spendlng n few months ln Germnny. I'rof. Cuttlng rccontly re celved, through tho Gcrman consul nt Chlojigo, n benutlful Mnlteso cross (about two Inches square) made of bluo and whlto ennmel and gold. Thls cross la a glft from tho emperor of Germany to Prof. Cuttlng, becnuso of hls work as cbnlrman durlng tho blg Gorman celebratlon held lnat Mnrch nt the Cblcago unlverslty. Tho lctter from tbe Germnn consul sald In part; "I bavo tho honor to lnform you that by decreo, dnted tho 12th of Junc, last, hls majesty tho omperor nnd klng hna conferrcd upon you tho roynl rrua slnn ordcr of tbe Crown. Congrntulatlng you most beartlly upon thls dlstlnctlon from tho hnnds of my nugust soverlgn, I nm Vours very .respectfully," ete, Prof. Cuttlng has sent hls acknowledgemcnt nnd wlll soon recclve n formal certidcato of thls ho.nor, slgned by the emperor hlm self. Mr, nnd Mrs. Cuttlng expect to sall for Amerlcn November 19, They nro now In Lelpslo. Prof. Cuttlng ia son of Henry M. Cuttlng of West Brattleboro nnd, wlth hls famlly, spends n part of each year at Jiis father's home. The hf.ul nnd prlt of n buek decr wero found on Iluckle 11111 ln Guilford tho flrst of thls week by peoplo who wero senrch Ing for I.csler Stnfford. the mlsslng Im beclle. Thla wns tho thlrd dcer pelt found on thnt blll wlthln n few weeks. The spcclnl concert nrrnnged ,by tho Choral Fnlon for the putposo of llqul dntlng Ita Indebtednesa wns Rlven In Fcs tlvnl hnll lnst evenlng bcforo n good slzcd nudlenco. nnd tho tccelpts wlll rc dtico the ilebt to nn nmount whlch enn be taken care of easlly. AVlth Mr. Cof fln to conduct, Mlss Sylvla Dunton of Itutland, soprnno, Mlss Mnrgnret' HocIip nf Hoton. rontinlto. U. II. Mlller of Dummerston, b.itltoue, Mlsa Izettn Htow nrt nn nccoinpanlst nnd LeltsliiRer'a or cbostrn the poneeit certnlnly dld not lnck nttrnctlons of tbe llrsj (iimllty. The standard of former conceiis wns fully kept up, lndeed tbe eborua dld bettor work on tho innlu number, "Gnllln," thnn they dld last wlnter. It was n creat plensiirc to hear Mlss' lloplip ngnln. Her pbeiiomPtinl crimpass nnd extrnordlnnry deptb nud flexlblllty of voloe, coupled wlth muslcnl IntelllReiicp, are quallflpa tlonH whlch conslltutp ber one nf the best contrnlto slngers In tho eountry. Sho bns plncod her engngenietits for the next thioo yonrs under the exeluslve control of n New York mnnager. Mlss Sylvln Dunton of Rutland bns n volce of puro soprnno ounllty, thp niilllty for exiiuis Itp tonnl sbndlng, plpnty of power wbon noeossiry. nnd sbp sang ln llne tune. Sho took thc lcnillng soprann part ln "Gallln." Anothcr nrtlst new to Brattleboro, whoae namp dld not appear on the progrnm. wns Mrs. K. H. MIIIpi'. who plnycd tbe nccom panlments for her busbalid's solo. Mrs. Mlller studleil elght yoars umler Prof. B, J. lniiR of Boston, nnd she hns cortlfl- cntes froni two conservatorles nbroad Her work wns emlnently sutUfnclory. llrnttleboro hoies to hpnr more of ber ln tbe future. Shootlng for the Thophy. Cnpt. n. W. Glbson, nfter the flnnl practlcp on the rlllp rangp Snturdny. i lected thcK liest mnrkstiipn to represetit pompanyfl In thc compptitlon for tbo cetitpnnlnl trophy nt thp state enmp ground near Fort Kthnn AIIpii. Some nf the men selectcd wpsp unnble to go and nlheis wpip substituted. thp llst as fl nnlly mndo up cnnslstlng of Flrst Llout. Chnrlps II. Davls. Spraeants George Met- cnlf nnd Clarpncp A. Tenney, Coiporals Ilugli J. Hetterley nnd Itnlph II. PetteP nnd Prlvntes Charlps 11. Colt. Edwln Huskell. Guy Stockwell, Cnil Kllls. Hor aep A. Mlller. Svlvestor K Mlner. Alan son O. Johnson, Aithur V. 1). Plper, Ilnrry Tarbell nnd Aithur 1'. Wllson. Lieut. Davls wns made captnln of the tonm. nnd tbe mon left for theso stnte cnmp grouml on the 10.10 trnln Mondny nlght. The olllcers of thc compnny nre much pleased wlth tbe showlng mndo by Com pnny 1 tenm and feel that lf tbo men had been nble to pmetlce as much ns some of the compnnles hnve the cup mlgbt hnve been brougbt to Brattleboro. Capt. II. W. Glbson wlll offer threo prlzes, to bo compcliMl for by memliers of tho compnny duilng tbe ienson of 1903. The compnny wlll begln weekly drlll In Festlvnl ball soon. On nceotint of n mlslnterpretntlon of ndvnnco orders some of the men on vn rlous teams were not qunlllled to shoot, nnd thelr seores wlll lie thiown out. For thnt reason the soores for record vnry conslderably from those mndp, and change tbe relatlve stnndlng of tbe teams. AlKiut nll that Is known dpnnltely Is thnt Cnmpnny B of St. Albnns won the trophy, nlthough t'omimnv D of St. Johnsbury innde tbe blgbest nclunl seore. ("ompany I of Brattleboro made the socond hlghest pnrp nnd would 1C entltled to thp spc ond prlze of $26 wnre lt not for the fact tlmttwonfihe mcn were dlHqunlltled, put (Ing the tenm fourlh Corporal llptlerley. 40. Lleut. Davls. J9. nnd Sergeant' Mel calf. 3S. stood hlghest In Compnny I at 200 ynrds. Sei-geant Tenney, 41, nnd Cor poral Hetterley. 42. nt 600 ynrds nnd Ser Eeant Tenney, Corporal Hetterley nnd Prlvate Tnrbell. 19 ench. at 000 ynrds. The medal nffereil by tbe Natlnnal Itlfte aasoclatlou for the hlghest Indlvldual acore at 200. 300, and 500 ynrds. was won by Prlvate Snrgbut of Compnny D. seore 123. Corimral Hetterley was secnnd wlth 121 DRATTLEDORO PERSONAL. Albert Hnldwlii of South Maln streot Is sorlously III. MIsm Margarct Clune Is spendlng throe weeks ln Rutland. A V. Mny waa In Sprlnglleld, Mnaa., Tuosday on bnslncss. Mrs. Margarct O'l-enry of llolyoko hns vlslted In town thls weck. Mr. and Mrs. Gllbert Smlth wero in Sprlnglleld. Mnss., Snturday. N. T. llyan of Greenfleld wns ln town thls week on n buslness trlp. Mr. a4id Mrs. Ilnrry Cnnedy went yes terday to Albany for n vlsit. Mii-s I.lzzie Sulllvan wlll go tomorrow to Bellows Falls to stny over Sunday. Ed. 1-AiiKlllo wlll go tomorrow to New York. whero be hns employment. J. II. I.mgllle of Now York clty camo Monday to vlslt nt hls home here. Mrs. C. B. Dlcklnson -and slster, Mrs. Hlllman. weio In Sprlnglleld Snturday. Mrs G. W. Hooker nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes F. Hooker returned Saturdny from Now York. Mrs. II. I.anglllo and son returned Sat urdny after a stay of two weeks ln New York clty. Mlss Minnlc Tooiney, who hns beon se rlously III wlth ncuto Indlgcstlon, Is moro eomfortable. Mr. nnd Mrs. IVrcy Halgb are spend lng the week ln Gardner with Dr. and Mis. J. B. Donnelly. Mrs. A. D. Fessenden nnd her nephew, Guy Prouty, bavo returned from an ox tended vlslt In Vlrglnla. Mr. nnd Mrs. Reubon Hlllman returned Sunday to thelr homo in Colmin nfter a visit wlth Mrs. Lyman Gnldsmltb. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alson Hnriis attended Mr. nnd Mrs. I. S. Smlth's sllver wedding nnnlversary celebratlon In Bondville last wyek. Mrs. I. O. P. Smlth sprnlned her rlgbt wrlst badly Tuesday nlght, when sho fell on tbe sldewnlk nt the corner of Mnln und Flat streets. Wlll A Ileaphy of Montgomory, Ala., camo Filday to vlslt at the homo of hls father. L. Ileaphy. Thls la hls flrst vlsit home In nlno yenrs. G. S. Howe of Hlnsdnlo nnd E. E. Howo of South Deerlleld vlslted Sunday wlth thelr slster, Mrs. Persls Eames, who ls recoverlng from Ulness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Moonoy retutned Snturday from thelr wedding Journey, They hnve begun housckeeplng In tbe Doollttle house on Canal street. Chnrles II. Prntt.nnd Frank L. Hunt returned Saturdny nlght from n buslness trlp of threo weeks through western states, including Knnsas, Dakota and Mlnnesota, Merton Bemls of the rnlled Stntcs bnt tlcshlp Massachusetts, who has been vls Itlng relntlves in town, returned today fo New York. From tlioro ho wlll go on a crulse to South America. Llcenses Revoked at Rutland. Porclvnl W. Clement. ns ehalrman of the Rutland bonrd of llcenso coinmlsslon ers, on Wednesdny revoked tho llcenses of tho Rutland llquor doalers. Dr. J, J. Trudel. John II. Dugan. Mlchnel Dugan and Tlmothy A. Cllfford. for nllcged vlo latlon ot tbo stato laws rogardlng tho snle of llquors. Threo of theso llcenses wero grnnted by tho boml of nldermen nnd ono by tho llcenso commlsstoncra na the result of nn nmblgultv of tho law, nnd the llccnsees refused to iccognlze tho commlsslon nnd contlnucd dolng buslness, Tho tnnglo wlll have to bo unrnveled by tho suprcmo court, Testlmony showed that llquor had been sold nt nll tbo plnces wlthout prescrlptlons belng presented. THE LEGISLATURE (contlnucd fiom pngo 1.) husbnnd nnd wlfe competcnt wltncssos In cntises to whlch oltber ls n pnrty In otber words, removlng tho lian of sllenco ln ivccnrdance wlth tho trond of modern Jurlsprudonce. The house 1ms pnssed n blll nmondlng tbo law tolntlng to tho tnklng of school lands so ns to glvo pcrsons nggrlevcd (he rlght of nppenl from tbo declslon of tbo selpctinen. The houso bns passed tbe blll maklng tbo uudltor n ccrtlfylng olllcor nnd pro vldlng thnt hls vouchets slmll not be open to publlc Insppctlon wlthout hls con spnt. It bns also consonted to Ijimollle counly's taxlng Itself for tho purpose of repalrlng Its olllclal bulldlngs. The house hns nlso ondorsed tbe Idcn of glvlng women n plnco on certnln state boards, nnd It Is now up to the sennte to declde the mnttor. Thls snme blll cntiiH In two yonrs ngo, but wns kllled, Some of Thursday's Dllls. Among tlie bllls Introduced yesterdny was one provldlng for the electlon of trce wnrdens nnd town npproprlatlons not over 50 cents per rntnble poll for tho protectlon of imblle shade troes npd the destructlon of Insect pests. Two more bllls nmondlng tbe lncnl op tlon law cnmo ln yealerdny. Ono of them provldes for tbe electlon of tbree llquor commlsslonets In ench county, to bo cln)en tnnlnly from llccnse towns, to bold nfllrt for slx yenrs ench nnd to be pald llve dollnrs n day nnd expensos. Thc otber blll doubles the llcenso fee. , Spenklng nf doubllng, n niensure has been Introduced maklng the state hlgh wny tnx 10 per ccnt. Instpnd of llvp. lt wlll be tumombered thnt n blll of thls sort wns rathor unceremnnlously klllod at tbo last sesslon. Ono mnmbor of the house bns ntiggested thnt, wlth thls tnx doub IpiI and the ictentlon of the present hlgh way coinmlssloner, thero wouldn't be much triible about tbe cnndltlm of Ver mont roads. Penalty of from $100 to $200 for brl bery, tbrents, or unduc Influence nf voters Is the themc of n receut blll. Plck-ups. A Jolnt rcsolutlon cnlls for Investl gntlnii of the condltlon of certaln state property nenr tbe Bennington battle mon nment. wlth a vlew to puttlng it Into bet tor shape. Tbe sub-commlttfe oxnmlnlng the nn dltor's Account hnve flnlshpd wlth the house of correctlon voiicbpis nnd rilp now 'busy wlth the Industrlal school expenses. The fnimers' club hns elected SPiintor Plerpp vlrp presMpiit, msde its presldent, secrotnry nnd tronsuror Its pxeontlvp commlttee, nnd chosen Mr. Attken of Wioil'dock, Mr. Morse of Randolph and Senntor Plerce ns Its leglslatlve corri mlttcc. Severnl of the smnlter ind ponrer tow ns nre nsklng for rollef In hlghwny bulld lng nnd mnlntennnco. Petltlons for protectlon from the au tomoblle bave begun to arrlvo. Senntor Plerce hns Introduced by rc quest n blll approprlatlng $500 to tnke cnre of the Wllllam French monument and burlal lot at Westminster. Another blll pro Idos for siieelflc apprnprlatlons for :minlcll cxpendlturcs. The blll lncoiiM)ratlng the Hemlocks Hospltnl nt Brattleboro has pnssed the upper branch. The cnucus commlttep of tbo house and tbe Judlclnry of the sennte glve n publlc hearinR on caucus leglslntlnn next Wed nesdny nfternoon. Tbe eomhlncd Judlc lnry commltlees glve n publlc henrlng on capltnl puulshment and tho cnnimuta tIonof Mrs Rogers's sentence. Llcensos to hunt deer mnst be obtaln eil of thf tlsli and gnme commUsloners of thc stntc. 5Slvths. In Brattleboro, Oct. 20. a son to Mr. nnd Mrs Georpe Mosher. t In South Whitingham. Oct. 17, a daugh ter. Sarnh Cntherlne. to Mr. and Mrs. John Stetson. ln Londonderry. Oct. S, n daughtor to Mr nnd Mrs. Tyler P.iyne. In Poultney, a daughter to Dr. nnd Mrs. Greonwood. formerly of Jamaica. In Illnsdal. N. H.. Oct. 15. n daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Watson. In Westfield. Mass.. Oct. 12, n son to Mr. nnd Mrs. Illlaml Sandere. IXufvintjics. In Ilrnttloboro, Oct. IS. by Ilev. Georgo n. I-nwson, Kred Wilbur Hall and Mlss Kthol Almlrn Knlght, both of llrnttleboro. In llrnttleboro, Oct. 19, by p.ev. Ii Q S. Ospood, llarry Walter Vlncent of East Montrwlltr nnd Mlss Allce Mntide Dodge of Brattleboro. In Vernon. Oct. 19, by llov. II. K. Mar vln of llrnttleboro, Dr. Lesllo S. Edwnrds of llrnttleboro nnd Mlss Clarlssa M. Itecd of Vernon. In South Vernon, Sept. 10, by A. A. DunkUe. Ksq.. George Knrl Thornlley nnd Mlss Kthol nianche Wlllard, both of Greenfleld. In Wilmington. Oct IS, by Itev. Mr. Woodmnn. Henry Dlx Cnstle of Uoston and Mlss Edlth May llcll of Wilmington. ln Hcllows Fnlls. Oct. IS. by Itev. Ed wnrd lteynolds. nolert Cashen of Grand Mere. Cnnada, and Mlss Nellie Gorham of Hellows Palls ( In Hennlngtnn, Oct. 19, by Itev. F. II. Morrls, Dr. Eugene .Ilennett Plerce, for merly of Putney, nnd Mlss Julla Flsk Wllcox of Hennlnglon. ln Sbelburno Fnlls, Mnss., Oct. 12, by rtev. Herbert S. Dow. wbner P. Eddy of West llrnttleboro nnd Mlss Mlnnle E. I.nughton of Dummerston. ln WnliKiIe, N. II., Oct. 10, by Itev. W. F. Warren, Frcd O. I.awrence nnd Mlss Leone E. Hlanchard, In North Wnlpole, X. H Oct. 19, hv Ilev. Father Wllde, John F. Dulllcy nnil Mlss Mary Ellzabeth Fltzgerald. In East Northfield, Mass., Oct. 17, Ilen rletta Newton nnd Wllllam Iloblnson. pcaths. I In Brattleboro, Oct. 1", Mlohael IIop- miir,, iv. j ln Urattleboro, Oct. 17, Mrs. Austln F. ' Glllette, Cl. I ln West Urattleboro, Oct. 15, Ralph, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Davld Mlller, 4. In Wilmington, Oct. 12, Mrs. Melissa Lydla Hlanchard, 67. In ltocklngham, Oct. 14, Martln It, ! Iiwrence. In Hellows Fnlls, Oct. 17, George F. Evans. ' In Londonderry. Oct. 13, Mrs. Lllla Stevens, wlfe of F. E. Stevons, 19. In Lnndgrove, Ott. 9, 'Mary Davls Lampson, 84. 1 In East Tilton, N. II., Oct. 18, Mrs. B. S. Kenlston, formerly Mrs. Willls Demls of Brattleboro. In Hnmilton, N. Y.. Oct. 18, Mrs. Ed ward Ellery, formerly of Saxtons nlver. Rtntlstlcs have recently been complled nbroad whlch show that the total ton nage of tho world's merchnnt mnrlne ls now 33,643,000 tons, dlvlded between 12, 182 saillng shlps nnd 12,671 stenmers, The nverago tonuago of the former ls 538, nnd of tho lattcr, 1540; and theso flgurea show thnt the world's goods aro stlll cnr ried In rnther small shlps, ln splte of the rccent Increaso in big-ship building. Thero nrc only 89 merchnntmen that have n tonnngo of over 10,000. England, of course, leads tho world In total tonnago wlth 16,006,374, and Amcrlca Is noxt wlth 3,671,936, whlle Germnny has 3,283,217; Norwny, 1,653,740; France, 1,622,010; Italy, 1.1S0.335, .nnd Russla, S09.643, "I could support Parker wlth a good denl moro cnthuslasm,' sald tho north ern Illnols edltor, "lf hls front name was Jollet Instead of Alton." Chlcago Trl bune. ' HOUGHTON FORMERLY Open a Bargain Sale of Drummers ' Samples of Black & Colored Petticoats SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 22. Almost 200 Petticoats mndo of Mercerized Sateens, Silks, Glorias, Moreens & Mohairs. Mostly black, but many plaln and changcablc colors. It is the complete line of samples just discarded by the salesman of the best manufac turerin the eountry. Beingthe " sample line," they are per fectly made, and THERE ARE NO TWO ALIKE. We se cured them at a sacrifice and will offer them at bargain prices. The Saving will be 1-3. There are over 40 beautiful Silk Skirts in this lot. Come early to have your pick from this big assortment. New Corsets Received this Week. THE NEW R. & G. "Tapering Waist" Corsets in various styles. $1 , $1 .50, $3 pair. A NEW LOT OF RAIN COATS AT 2-3 REGULAR PRICE $10 GOODNOW, PEARSON & HUNT Operators WEST BRATTLEBORO. Hnrry J. Dowley has moved to Guil ford street. Mrs. Ann Benson moved thls week to her homo on Oak street. Mrs. E. A. rtlchardson left today for rtoxbury, Mass., whero she wlll upend tho winter wlUi her. daughter, Mrs. J. O, Knnpp. Mrs, E. L. Bass has returned to her homo In Randolph nfter spendlng n month wlth her mothor, Mrs. A. J. Good cnough. Mrs. Joseph Menard of Chlcopce Falls, Mass., was called here thls weck on ac count of the slckness of her father, Syl vanus Fox. Tho ladles of the West Brattleboro Bap tlst church wlll glve a chlcken pie sup per at tho church vestry'next Thursday, Oct. 27, at 6 o'clock. The publlc aro Invlted, & SIMOiNDS. F. K. BARR0WS. THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTING CORSETS in new models, silk ribbon gir dles, - - S1 DaiPi Medium length corsets, boned with non-rustable steels, extra value at - - 50c pair( The Clothing buyer for the Goodnow Syndi cate has just elosed out 327 RAIN COATS from one of the leading Boston houses at about 2-3 reg ular price. These 227 coats have been divided between oiir nine stores, and we have our portioa of them. Every one of these coats was made this season and they are of the latest designs. It has always been our policy to take advantage of any big purchaseof modern merchandtse that ptesents itself at a price much less than its actual value andlet our customers benefit thereby. $15 Rain Coats going at S1 1 .47 $12 and $13.50 Rain Coats going at CCQ A7 Rain Coats going at S7.47 A few of the summer weight Rain Coats left at the same prices advertised in this paper last wetk. The great sale of Men's Winter Overccats carried over from last season is still going on, and we are selling the $12 ones for S9.47 $10 ones for $7.87 Young Men's Overcoats that were $6.48 and $7, going at $4.87 Always ono prlce, Cash, and your money back lf you want It. of 9 Stores ORANGE NEWS. A spectal meetlng of Protectlve Grange wlll be held Wednesday evenlng, Oct. tt- Tho ladles' sewlng soclety of the Grange will hold a meetlng next Thurs day nfternoon. Tho prcsidential electlon comcs twowct'U from noxt Tuesday. FENTON'S JUBILEE PENNIES. Tho publlc is tnklng n decp lutcrtM intt dlsplayor bright new pcnnius In the windiw of E. J. Fcnton&Co. Tho pennicB H l-':r tho dnto 1904, nnd wero got nt tho mlnt in Phlladelphla, Valunblo prl?cs nre to IhjkH''11 to tho llret ton gtvlng tlio ncarc6t cstln"" ' tho uumlior of pcuulcs contalned In theciW. tho flrst prlxo belng a $3.10 Estey Piano. Coupons entltliug customers to gut'ss nre glvcn wlth purcbtucs. The Jubllco wlll run tlll Jninmry 16.