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VOL. XXVI. NO. 25.
THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO, VT., FRIDAV. OCTOBER 25. 1901. The reformer. A.MJl'M'KltllCSiT8. ', ! umlillns9. Nfiw subjects, In lino ,,,',,1,, nt Ci-Ai'P J ON KB. ThU t,OC h NTKS AND GOSSIP. .uo muiua or u.o uoivernalist church nro (ilanninB to hold their fair and festival the Hist week in Deuem-ncr. Uni'ln Torv .i H..ni .i ..... ( (uiiii umiutt irom a popular nopl, will bo thn attiao. uon nr the Auditorium next Tuesday evening. number of boil Mystic Sbrin firs went to 8prinKHelil, this state, last evtnin; to participate in a meet ing of the order. Peter Oukpa whn Im. honn n....-in..n in Baker's barber shoo for a nuinrmr of years haa this week begun work with hi son, Charles Oakes. Moulin .....a fl it.. directors of the Central Vermont rail- roH nf. tlia annual nnuiMnn I . UH ..... ....uU. mciiiuK ui ma Blum- holders held this week. Tam Ferritor who was sentenced to tba House of Correction for selling liquor wax taken there Friday by atieritT Wilkins of Putney. Ueiprge A llollaud of HinsdRlo is in charge of the local office of the American eipress company during the absence of J E Koaera, the regular agent. . . ... A delegition from Brattleboro and Columbian Lodges went to WilroiDg tor. Tuosduy evening to essist in working degrees on candidates for Success lodge of that town. The committees appointed to plan for the State Christian Endeavor con vention beld a meeting last, evening at the home of Arthur h May nard for the purpose of closing the business of the convention. The overturning of a lamp in one of the rooms in F L Houghton's house on the Putney hill caused a slight fire Tues day evening. The flames were quickly put out however, by the means of a lire extinguisher and the loss is slight. The men's and women's tams of tho Wnntastiquet eolf club will go to Greenfield' tomorrow to play against ihn taama panraaan t i n tr thntMnK Thp local delegation will leave hereon the tram ana return in the after- oood. I'hnru nrno nn nn nonul 1 o lnrrrn nf- tendance at tie Universalis Sunday school last Sunday when rally services were held by the teaohers Bnd ptpils. The exercises consisted of reeitatiors and singing, anil the pastor, Kev Mr Marvin, niaae a brief address. Special session of Mt Sinai Tem ple. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, will lie held in Brattleboro November I when the shrine degree will be on forred on several candidates. After the degrees are conferred a banquet, will Lib held at the Broolis House. The annual meeting for 1901 of the Vermont Society of the Sons of the An.aviian I ? ftVnl II 1 1 All Still llP held fit the Brooks House. Brattleboro, Wednes day, November it. ac ; o ciock in me afternoon. The business to come be fore the meeting is the submission of reports from olllcers and committee?, the election of olllcers and delegates and tho ennaiiiomtion of all other matters thnt. mnv nrnnerlv come before the meeting. There Will be no banquet in connection with the meeting. I here was a largo attendance at tliM union session or tne woman suiuu ui.i ;n ha IlivwtW Ilnnse last evenintr at the invitation of Mies M E Stock well. The paper of the evening was .... ...ii intnmatini. relatine inci- denta which occurred during the wed- .,, , Temiey, one of the Rrat- ... rl,.i Pliiliimi nps. hna linen n" , ,.niion ol sua moiini inrougu PfaVt !-n-ion ngeiicy. p ( u-vn KcihI of Dummerston has "7 ,Mtion in bankruptcy. Ilia lia rV slsM and his ussetts $5715, b':'of Vii('i' ;,re cl;ilmed eiemPl- "'' '( and C A Miles enter- h, ,Nei"liborhood club at cards TrHi evening. At the close of the !ijtu.! ulav refreshments were ftfniHiJ r"i '"'rC i )iiii5,,n 'ias sol( his Rrm on n,mer-"u Hill known as the Longuil K Harry II Drew of Ashland, N jj Tht! sulc was made through May's Flzlit chinamen under order of de Znon hv the commissioner, John Cn" of Nport, were taken to New ..Thil Saturday. They will remain 'Mil wndi" the decision of their ap lell lrooi the order of the commissioner. i jin vial meeting of Company I has ;' ordered fur Monday evening at 7.30 fi n k fit its rooms in Lllery building ?A. thP euriiose of tilling the vacancy in I,: of caotain caused by the res LnVion of William T Haigh and other '".-h vacaoeies as may occur. luiK' II 11 Wheeler has rendered a j-7iion"in die case of the Great West ,!n MioinK and Manufacturing com Mrr'v the estate of K U Harris decree Plaintiff 813,000. About 878, iimed on account of alleged raid in the sale of bonds of the com- !aTbe second attraction io tho Y M i r eourso will be t-e Kidge- iri S.PoPvr!?-l0tr.inn(. return bV'i ill" company is composed of M Ka-lierine Kidpeway, the well Wnun Elocutionist ; William B Lane, hr'ne: l'avol Sander, violin vir :uc50 am! Maud E Paradis, pianist. -The r'trst monument to be erected at 7 Yv Korge in memory of the revolu ,i,')mirV suldirr who died there during ii wi'u'er of 1777 7S was unveiled and ifd; :iu'a lust Wednesday by the Daugh te'. of 'be American Kevolution. The PMU.M.-d speakers were Gov Wm A senator Boise Penrose, and Miss VVini' Wheelock of Sterling, presidint f,'n!r:u f the Daughters of the American evolution. -Edward S ritoke?, who shot Jim Fiik in the Grand Central Hotel in 1S71, i".erious!y ill t the hrime of his sister, inN'ew Yo'ik city, and is not expected to live lung. His ailment is Bright's di:e;i;e. For the shooting of Fisk. X0H.S was twice declared guilty of uwriier in the first degree, but a third tri! resulted in a verdict of man slaughter, for which he served four years in ring Sing prison, being released in K!'. The shooting was the reslut of jealousy over Josie Mansfield. -; W Stewart has just sold to G A Borden fur a present to his new daughter-in-law when she returns, one of the finest pianos ever brought into Wind ham County or Vermont. It is -the SdiooiaMr maue.or rn.iauc P".-. "V " . Bnd Mrs B D liar ffi' PHioTand Swhl,h III Z'toi Lake city ? or more years almost revolutionized the piano trade, ago. . Tha paper was prepared by Mrs n- Kriuiu iiu uiii 'S" " ------ - . ... ,, , vi ; 1 3 u . t. l.fr Uftrrinn oil tie msr. RVHDinU oy IICI X san u nv iimi hub uuj v.. ..... v . . - M Mtpnpnr. haft T iz rirtrttif.flrt hfloan the worK 01 u'.-.n the nuencv for tbis secnon, io- tBnr na aown tile mrauri .iunu..JB V.hvt with his dozen other makes. Wednesday and experts to nave iub . . ,i . i i r a una in n snnr i. liiuf. iui -Beginning 'Monday tne joi-ni griiuuu - . curriers will make their morn lug Uool.ttle P'nn'nK -- - toU-ction before going to tne omce in- tenemeui mm - u - steid of directly after ths first morn ng the armory - d aftor-ard to . the ClCIIV rV. JIllS cnaoge will mnni; mc nuiiu.uB - hlE I OA I n..l-o a ifitnf no i 1,1 Ulinn TiJ III B I BO I m ' " ' ' " morr.iDi; neuvery auuuu .iu unuuvc . "' .. r ,1 in n a ,c,.nn.1 bunainc. no i" V tenement house on the site now oclu pied by the paint snop Duauiug, bur will insure all mall on the Ursc collt-et'o:i going on the 9.10 train. lie SitiCic' today 'he business men's aeliverv between 9 and 10 o'clock will be -usi'cnik'd Fridays on account of the estn work for the carriers occasioned bv sending The Beformer through the mail Instead of having it delivered by boys. -Mrs ii E Winchester, who lives in :lie lower part ol West Brattlaboro nar rowly escaped serious injury Wednesday iif'.erroon while crossing the track of the electric ioad. Mrs Winchester, who is deaf. tcpDed from the steps of E E roui-h's house and started to cross the traci iu-t as a car came along at a rapid rare The shouts of the motorman were unheard by Mrs Winchester, and she was struck in the shoulder bv one corner of tlie car before it could be brought to a standstill. Her injuries consisted of a badly bruised shoulder and a general snak.n" up. -W'iliiiuc B Vinton and Uennison ''Wles were journeying to Wilmington Tuesday afternoon in the former's loco noiMlc when, on the further side of hV-Kbark mountain, the machine's N.i-r burned out and the two Masonic tre ur.-n were left without means of ioi-jsiotion. Pushing the machine to si-e of the road they waited until the team containing the remainder of the Misnnic delegation caught up to theui ii d rede into Wilmington behind a pair "I liorses. The next morning Mr in ton hired a pair of horses and a driver atd tuwed the machine into port. from -I'M to ;i00 more freight cars a day thun it has for the past to months. Freight has been unusually heavy on all v.ll...... i . l- fnr BlVpral 'u.',.Hi in me i-uuuuj - - - niotnhr. i ast and there is a car famine in 11 the centers where there are grain tlevntnrs, as in Butlalo and Boston, and io the coal fields of Pennsylvania. Not ecough i ars are to be had for through freifht. though local traffic t not im wie 1 for lack of cars. The number of ears in service is greater than ever be fore 'f.,-i..0o naori all ihp railroads io tbecountrv have been building or buy- Mr ii i-.r. Jir i Thn Vt-tit,rtil 1, l.oufiltM wilt hold A corn husking at the home of George ivinier in vesi uiai.uooi'i u iiox Thursday evening. The ollloials of the Central Ver mont and Grand Trunk railroad passed through here yosterdny ni'irn inii on the return from tneir annual tour of inspection. Tho mission circle of tho Univer salis! church met with Mrs John New man Wednesday afternoon to plan for a rum in a us salt) which will soon be held in Viuton block. Tim pntrinn hmisn will tin ruiRn for inspection tiy the public every after noon and evening from 1 to H n'llnck beginning today ami continuing until I. ,..!. N.ml,s 9 rhlo( Mmir- ders invitss al' to inspect the quarters. A meeting or st Andrew's urotn- held last evening at the home of Kov i 1 Matoison ana too rouowing oui cers elected : President, Kev E T Mathison; secretary, H A Parker: treasurer, E G Pratt; director, Carl V Cair, Meetings will be beld monthly during the winter. A mooting of the candidates of the Y M C A basket ball team has been held this week and preparations for tho season have already begun. Monroe bus been elected captain and of last year's players who will be on the fj-or this year are: uunoirr, rorrner, imus and Tufts. All gomes will be pluyed in the Brattleboro Retreat gymnasium which has been placed at the dispostl of the association by l)r Lawton. Ar rangements are being made for a con test with the St Jerome team of dol yoke and games will alsi bo secured with Chi!opee, Koene, )artnr.outb col lego and Vermont academy. j One of the best entertainments of the season will be given at the A tiriitnriinn inniirlit; hv the Cri terion club of liostou, for the bene fit of; the J renie Uircte or tne Unitarian church. They will give the had nna ur f.nrfierlv. 1 ' A (irt'US Hid er, " which was played with such suc cess by Kosina vobkos. jiius win us followed by the three act coiueoy, .1 Pair of Spectacles. " This play was introducd into this country by the cel ebrated Keglish actor, John Hare. The club presented this comedy in Lynn, Mass, Tuesday, where they were enthusiastically received by an audi ence of 800 people. This is the club's neermd anneanmco in Brattleboro, and many will remember the laughable comedy, A Mgnt UU. wnicn iney gave hera last May. Miss i.ertruue iiinloo nho Tilnvml the nart of " Ada'' at that time, will take the character of Kosamond to-night. She will also be remembered ly lirattienoro pcopie as having played in .las A Home's well known "Sag Harhar. " hn it was here two years aiw, she "being a friend of the Misses tierne. who were both here, and took this trip with them for tho experience she would re ceive hv so doing. The leading char acter is taken by Arthur Sawyer, who was also herewith the club in May. i-, fr,,m Hrp alarm box num ber 27 was rung in about 2 o'clock Sat urday afternoon on account of the burn ing out of a chimney iu the house on Forest street which Marshall Grout re cently bought of P F Crown. No ser ious damage was done and the recall w as sounded before the chemical had reached the upper end of Main street. Fire was discovered early Monday morning in the house on Washington street om ned by I K Lamson and occupied by II S Dow ey. Mr and Mrs Dowley were both asleep at the time but a neighbor saw the light and awakened them. A hole about as farge as a bushel basket had been burned out of the center of the woodshed floor and had -not the tire been discovered when it waa there is a likelihoo that the house would have been wholly de stroyed The origin cf the lire is a mystery. The discontinuance of theluesday edition ot the Reformer "n1f changes in the make-up of the paper Hereafter the amusement announcements will appear at the top of the first col am", fUt page. Brattleboro local news w-Tll ac-pear on tha 1st, 4th and oth pa'gU while county news will be found on the Cth, 7th and Sth pages. '1 he gen era news of both the new and ol world will as usual be on the 1st and 2d pages, and the news of the state of er--ntUthe3dpage. Cnes hire co n y. N H Alia r rnuiwiu . . . T. . . -The Connecticut River division or peron lb" fJJ'd on the 4th page 'l.e Boston & Maine railroad is handling c olumns w,u I0ou,ehold. religious, frnTn i.i ,n jivi mnra froiirhr ears a day as usual. .. ,j s,rn nome'studv course, stories and general is this w.ek issued as a s pp p'rovement in appearance, make up and matter contained. Charles Packard of Williamsville waT .rrainKed before Justice Newton Tiesdav morning on -the charge of 00 luesaav .crencv under tainiog I quor e JiItVHDd DEATH OK OKO. C. SMITH. Wall-Known CUrk In Orange Rtara Kx plrei Suddenly Mnnrt Morotna at IIU Horn on Canal Slraet A Reildtjnt ol Urstllibnro Tor 11 Var. George C Smith, 54, for the past 15 years an employe of the Grange store, died at his home on Canal street early Monday morning from heart trouble. He was apparently in good health when he retired Sunday night and bad felt un usually well all day attending church iu the morniug and taking a walk in the afternoon. For the past three or fcur years, however, he bad been a suflerer frnm llOUff rnHltlll' HllhOUL'h D Ot ill R sullieient degree to interfere with his work. Mr Smith was a native or iveene. X H, and was for four years head clerk in the Boston Branch Grocer v in that city. He lived in Keenc until 17 years ago, when lie moved to Brattleboro and en gaged ih the grocery business with T J li lis in tne store now uuuupieu uy o WilcDX. He began work in the Grange store in 1SSS aud had been employed there ever since. 111 iiune jivm, iib mm rice Cora E Emersoa who survives, with two caildreu, Leon and Freda Smith. He also leaves an aged mu'iier in iveene. The funeral was held Wednesday morning at U o'clock from the house, Hhv R K Marvin of the L'niversalist church oHicinting. Tbo bearers were E W Harlow, r C Sargent, r. t nase, E J Eddy, K W Cudworth an I A C Har ris, all of whom were fellow employes of llr Smith. An escort from Wantasti quet lodge, IO O F, was present, Mr Smith having been a member of Heaver Brook lodge ol Kccne. ine onuy hk taken to Keene on the 10.45 train for burial. . Mr Smith was a man of unusuil busi nes integrity and always strictly honest in dealing with his fellow men. His r.nnir ,unn0r nnrl nnriahtness in char acter won him the esteem of all with whom he came in contact, hiui nis loss is felc by many outside his family and intimate acquaintances. Linn I) Taylor will entertain the members of the Criterion dub at his Spolford Lake cuttage tomorrow anil Sunday. The company will go to the 1.. U tlii a a con in a fi ftnr the nerform- ance and remain until Sunday after noon. Mrs II H Crosby won the Ladies' tropbv of the Wantastiquet Golf club Wednesday afternoon by defeating Miss Florence Pratt five up and four to play in a 12 hole match. The tro phy, which is a silver salver, has to lie won three years in succession for per manent possession, ach "inner having ber name engraved 00 the face of the plate. In the sunoi-ficals of the men's tournament C K Bingham defeated Howard Wellinin one up in an exciting match. The players were even at the end of the IHtti holei and an extra bole was needed to decide th- winner. The finals will played Tuesday afteruoou between Bingham and bigelow. 'ne country have been building or uuj- fBi8e pretences. " . ' i.Tj in phariie imre cars than formerly. Box cars, ,,Ded810and oosts.being placed 'c U car, and even coal cars are called for of tnB probation otticei los Ud ' beD ic an lections. obliged 1 to pay p. -"Sfpack -' 'ne of the prettiest stories that nave 01 w v agency Situriay and Unwritten Is that of "Vncle Terry,'' I d went to . M rlairaingthat Unwritten Is that of "Vncle Terry,'' "J "e."r . QUrt of (jin. claiming that .l:W of which is Charles CU ",onqeB w.llwe Wilson of West HIM. The book has been on sale since it "" p.trd claimed was Member in the Ne England m"flnV "TowD Agent Kichardson ,n,i tn iha nrpiKnt i nie n wi" - .- .-. r,ripr sucn cir- rum has exceeded 80,000 copies, sold tb. '''d,;hoRft,ime later when f.bliahers of this popular wu i"'" c,,De m and asKeu ror a -signed the right, for the stage 1 10 b off,rt.d ome words u iMirihim. 'Mr William Gil! has P'n'"ene, on account of ber husband's : . -ditioto a four act play, and f,en "vyjlson was much surprised -ham will give it an elaborate . ner husband's condition and . ...j..i 7.....,irr.ri,iiiinext to learn or nn u . h..rd f v evening. Io pe.kl of the &v"Em thc' cae t jr. The aoove ...., b. Min-rs Journal ot i-ottsviin-, - - ,rpeH on a granc jurut ;.:Mn: "It is one of those "f?e'd bv Town Grand Juror Mttrulv tend toward the elry.- "'"'Vh , ce' is only one of cu- : l e modern dram.. "d contains Minor in ffenc hich have oc- e that is either superfluous or ov- n jerou. aimi j( . ,be varpu ol . ThPPn.nnv is a very talent- curred 1 ii. - fammxT,v witn any m l gave a iery" good Interprets- tne v.- atttlup. , t0 obtain liquor tl.t. K,i..1;r.il rwr- I -Uur 1 ' dux wautum j - BrtATTLKBOHO MKN WKU I.V Nl'HIKOFIKL.It AND M A.VCHESTKll. Arthur P. hi 1110 11 in anil Mlm Alaurt Vlvlnil Marneil TiKMlay KveiitnK at tha Home oftlm Brlile'ii Sl.ti-r In Bp mm fllil, Mata.-Kreil d. KniKlit anil Mla Muann . Iliiwlev Wtililail Vilnailay Koon al Ilia Bi-lda'l Hoina In Manehal lr-Hiitli You us Men Wall Known Locally. Tho tnarriagn of Arthur Herrin Si momls of this town and Miss Maud A Vivian of Springfield, Mats, took plnce Tuesday evening in Springfield at the home of the brido's sister on Aoushnet avenue. The ceremony was perform ed at 0 o'clock bv Kev J O Breaker of Northampton. The bride and groom entered tno pBrlor, where tne cere mony was performed, as Frank Hoi comb of Meriden, Ct, played the Lohengrin wedding march. They were preceded by two little flower B iris, Lazolle Sutlilfe and Irene Vivian, Dieoes of the bride. These wore gons of whitt) and pink muslin, and carried pink carnations. The bride was gowned in white silk mull over white silk, aud carried a bouquet of lirido roses. The house, the home of Mrs Elma O Snowman, was decorated pret tily with palms and out flowers. After the ceremony a small reception was held at the home uf John U Vidian, a brother of the btide. The reception was given to a few intimate friends and relatives of fn bridal party. The house was decorated with autumn leaves and bittersweet. During the evening a wedding supper was served. Tho associates of the bride at Kins man's storj presented hoi with a hand some table and lamp. At the close of the reception Mr and lurs Simonds left for a wedding trip, and on their returii will make their home at 1 Canal stippt, in L'rattlcboro, where Ithpv mill l.p at home to their friends after November 1. MrSimouds is a graduateof the Hrat tlaboro hiih school. and far the 1 ast sev eral yeirs being employed as head clerk in V K Itnrioas store. Mrs Mmonns has been bi-okkeeper in the store of W IJ Kinsman in Springfield for same timo past. Among those who attend ed ho wedding were Mr and Mrs II V Simonds, Mr and Mrs Oeorge M Whitnty Btd Mr and Mrs J E U ay one. Kntglit-IlKwIey. A wedding of ir.terist locally tcok place in Mancbestr, N II. Wednesday coon when Fred Samuel Ki'ight of th is towr, head of the receiving depart ment in Dunham Brr tilers, and Mis Susan Sheldon llawl-y, e niece of Luther W llawley of this town, were united in marriage at the home of the bride's fatlir, KreJerick A llawley, tho Cfreumny being performed by Kev Samuel Russell cf tte People's Baptist church. The bouse was tastefully dec orated for the occfsior. the pailor be ing festooned witb ropes of evei green while the larL" bay window In which tbo bridal party stood was a bower of green. The bridal narlv descended the stair wnv as the wedding march from Lnhorgrin was played by Miss Harriet Witherhi'e of Janan. The bride was attended by ber sister. Miss Mary A Hnwlov rf Jarrnn. as maid cf bonor. wbila the groom was accompanied by Arthui L Mavnard of Brattleboro as host: man. The bride's gown was of white Chinese Brass liner, the yoke and insertion on tae wajst and skirt being made to order fcy a hen maker in Japan. The maid of hnnor wore white r.rganoie over turquoise silk. At the clrsa of the ceremony an informal reception was held, the ushers being Luther llawley, jr. of Brattleboro and Kicbatd IJearhorn of Manchester. The hriae ursduuted from Wellesley crlleje in 13;U and. is prjruier.t in Manchester where she has livod nearly all her life. She is a member of tho People's Baptist church and nf the Manchester Wellesley club. I he groom is well known in Brratleboro. havirg been employed in Dunham Brothers' f jr it number of years. He is promi nent in the work'of the First Baptist church here. Mr and Mis Kciglit will be at home at IS Oak street after .No vember 1. Those who attended t' e weddirtr frrra here were Mrs Lucy R H Kuigbt, Mr and Mrs L W llawles. Luther Huwlev, jr. Mrs Julia V Bar rett, Miss Charlotte Barrett and Mr ami Mrs Arthur L Mavnard. Mr and Mrs Charles T llawley of Hopertale, Mass, were also present. WEST B BATTLE BOKO. During the temporary indisposition of Proprietor t'ojtoii. the Melrose House is un der the munasement of J J Ward. There was a sacred stereoptican exhibition at the Congregational church Sunday even-ing. tie shoi-k N't ii. continues about the same. Miss Blanche unewv was mi khii Saturday, to attend the funeral of a relative. How'a Thia! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh tUat caonot be cured by Hall'. Catarrh g HrsKY ft ca, To.edo, n. We, the nnoerslirnt:)i;.liave known . 4. CI e nev for the last li ver. and lliere hlra per. fwllv honorable In all biielneiie traniuicllon and ilniinrlallv ahle to carry out any oulignoos iraile I'V their Arm. Wst & Tri as. WholeF.iie Trniriitst. Toledo, o. H aloimi, Kisnas 4 Mauvis, Wholesale llrnirel-ti. Tuiedo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure l taken Internally, artlnc dlrecllv uiion the I1I00.I and muc in" surfm-es ot the fvMrni. Tertlmonlala aent free. Vims 15c HTbivitle. Sold all limmrlsu. Halt'i ramilr l'UI are the Miss Irene bridesmaid Itraior-Tllilen. Last evring at the residence of Mr and Mrs Robert. Cook Tilden, 0V Co lumlius Avenue, Somerville, their daughter, Miss Edith Adele Tihen. and Charles J anres Brasor. chorister of St Thomas' Episcopal church, and formerly a newspaper artist and at the present time associated witn tin B:stan & Maine railroad, were mar ried. The ceremnry was performed bv Rev James L Hill! D D, of Salem, at rbe preset. t time acting pastor of the Prospect Hill Congiegatioual church of Somerville. Tho bridal party etood undei a pretty canopy of burberries, asparaiiis ann nr. The maid of honor was Marv Tliilen. and tho Miss Florence Louis Hines, Lioth of Sonerville. ar.u nieces of the bride. Albert Leslie Tildat, of Bostun, a brother of tho bride, was best man. Tho bride was prettily attired in white peHU do siie. white eoibroio ered chirton nnd pearl trimmings. She carried bride's roses. The maid of hnnnr worn embroidered muslin of canary yellow, with chiffon trimmings Both ca'iried pink roses. A reception took place at 8 o'clock in which the bride and groom were as sisted io receiving by the rride's par e"ts, and her sister, Mrs Alfred Hines. The ushers were Messis J S M Titus of Somerville, and Frank H Brasor of Brattleboro, Vt. a brother of the groom. Mr and Mrs Brasor willbeatrcme after Jan I at 07 Columbus Avenue, Somertille. Boston Journal of Thursday. The Criterion club occupies the Auditorium this eveoiog. When you have no appetite, do not relish youi food and feel dull after eat in? you may know that you need a dose of t'hamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. Samples free at Brooks House Pharmacy. A Flendlah Attack An attack was lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee. Iowa, that nearly proved fatal, ft came through his kid neys. His back got so lame be could not stoop without treat pain, nor sit in chair except propped by cushions. No remedy helped him nntil he tried Elec trie Bitters which effected such a won derful change that he writes he feels like a new man. This marvellous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble, pur ifies the blood anil builds up your health. (Julv cents at Holden's Drug Store BRATTLBUOIIO I'KHHONALS. W K Hiililmrd win In Boston over Sunday. Ir Jumes Conl'ind is in Boston for a few days. Sirs (' A lireeuo mliii-ned from .Sorinir- field this week. Ihivid A Young is scrlouslv ill at his homo on Lhiqilii street. Mrs J L Martin went to Jlontiiflier Tues day for a brief visit. 1 Mrs W A Himsilell went to Boston for 11 visit of several dava. I I" It l.nvelle bus moved from 1 1 Walnut street to ii link street. Mr and Mrs Arrliie lillhcrt have tnken rooms in ( roshy block. E A Shipinnn has moved from K2 Frost street to 10 I'nloii block. Frank Hill lnu lias gone to Sprinirlieul. Muss. where he hu employment. Mrs Don Miller returned Saturday from a visit ill N ill k k and Boston. Dr .Tallies Conland went to Boston yester day to remain everul days. Miss Mamie Ksse.x returned hist nicht after several days spent in liostou, Elbridirc Knowlton visited iu Hartford and Waterbui-y, Ct, the past week. C W Heed ient Saturday and Sunday, hi Mystic and New London, Conn. Mrs A I! Hall has leueed apartments In J A Pollen's bouse on C'hapin Street. Lawyer E W Gibson has been In New York city this week ou business. Mr and Mrs (.'has A Bovdeu returned Tuesday from lheir wedding trip. Mr and Sirs A F Robert leave Slouilay for a visit of a week in New York. Sirs W 1 .lones Is visiting her daughter, Sirs J U Soltduy. In Deilbum, .Muss. Sir and Sirs II O Coolidge went to Boston this uioriiiiii; to rem al 11 for several days. II It Luther of Newton Center. SIuss, has een the iruest of E U Whitnev this week. Wll Hraikett and K L Ilihlieth returned Wednesday from their trip to Norfolk, Y, Sirs Addison Whittled of Vernon is upend ing some time us the guest of Sirs N SI Frost. Miss (iertnnle Matthews is visiting her brother, Lr W ; Matthews, ut Walpole, N Miss E'mily Tomes returned Tuesday even ing from ber milliner at the Thousand Is lands. Sirs ibirnham of Iiuiomerston will spend the winter here w ith her daiihU r. Sirs F E Wyiimn. V 11 C'orser and Leroy C'orser are attend ing the rail-American ixposition ut llullalo Ibis week. Sir and Sirs Bradford Culler of Worcester, Sla-s. have been lisiiing Sir Cutler's mother, this week. SlifS Helm Fenton returned the lirst of thi" week alter two weeks spent in iev York city. Sir and Mrs Emerson Flagi have em pliniiieiit at the Franklin House in (irien liild, Slu-s. Mrs A Ii Hall lias returned from a visit with her daughter, Sirs A W L'hilds at Man chester, X II. Sirs Frederick IIolbr.'Kik and family of Hrooklioe, SIhsh, will spend ihe winter at Liudvii Loile. SIi.s llcuina Heaphy returned Monday afu r three weeks spent with her brother iii Xew York city. C A liisby returned to his home in IXeiv Vorkiitv vesierduy after several days spent in Brattleboro. Mrs (ieo I. Dunham bus returned after a visit with her sister, Sirs Itutb llawley .Morse, in Philadelphia. Kev E T Sluthison and Lawyer James Fisk Hooker have attended the bicentennial of Yale I'niverslty this week. Sherman Howe, who has lieen sjiemlins several days here with his family, returned to New York this morning. Itev and Sirs E A Slack and family of Brookline. Slass, are spending the autumn at their place on estern avenue. Sirs E D Whitney left yesterday for Springfield. Sfass, truing from there to' lios tou for a stay of several days. Chaunci'v Knapp and Fred C ( resy are in Boston this week endeavoring to take ad vantage of the oiien season for deer. Alson Dugan. who is Musical director of Lamb's Comedian, passed through Brattle boro w ith the company yesterday. E F Brooks who has been assistant freight agent in Worcester. JIa-s. has been gucn the position of ticket agent ut (iardner. Kev H 1) Maxwell of Somerville. M is-, formerly pastor of the l'niversalist church here, will occupy that pulpit Sunday. Sir nnd Sirs (,' 11 Bobbins and Sir and Sirs (i A Eels have returned from a 10-davs' 1 trip to the I'au-Auierican exposition. (ieo A Hovden was taken neriuuly ill at bis Walnut street home the lirst of the week, but at present he Is more comfortable. O ti Thomas or Ea-t Hartford. Conn, who lived in Brattleboro previous to lNil. has been spending the week with his brothers. CC Ftts has been in Burlington recently to represent F W Putnam Ht a hearing un the discharge of the Knott & C'lo.ssun brokers. Sirs FA Wells went to Springfield, Slass. todav to attend the annual meeting of the Slassui'husetls Federation of Woman's clubs. Sir and Mrs W II Ellsworth of liedlunds. Cnl. who visited al 11 I' Hunters last week, were formerly residents of c'luremont, X H. Sirs Charles Fawcett and son and Sliss Slai iorie White are expected from Brooklyn Sloriday to remain Iu Brattleboro for some time. Arthur Parady of Slonlpeber. who bas been employed by the Burlington Yacht club during the' summer, visited in town this week. Sirs Sarah Bennett SIcYey 'of Kilbnurn Citv. Wis. a native of this town, is making her first visit to friends here ufter an absence of 4:1 years. SI K church. It F Lowe, pastor. Minday services, (let 27. Slorning worship lu.;io. Subject, "(iod's Sliasiire." Sunday scoool. II.4.1; Epworth League 0 pm. Sirs Ellen D Powers of Halifax has been granted a pension of s a month through Ibe Hunt 1 ension agency: inoiiias ain ui Brattleboro has received an additional pension of $2 a month. SI .1 (iuiheen returned yesterday from a carriage drive from Trov.'X Y, coming by wav of Bennington and Wilmington, having spe'nt the first of the week with his brother, 1" W Guiheen of Albany, X Y. James Fisk Hooker was one of the u-bers at the wedding of Henrv A Field of Spring field. Slass, and Miss Margaret E Owen of Greenfield which took plute in Greenfield Wednesday evening. Hon E L Waterman was appointed to the committee of jurisprudence and law reform at the annual meeting of the Vermont Bur association, held in Montpelier this week. J L Slartin was placed on the committee on professional conduct. C D Whitman left yesterday for Fisher's Island. X Y, where he will have charge of the large farm of Forguson Brothers, taking the io-itioii formerly held by J Xew ton. Sir Whitman will also have charge of the farm boarding bouse. Sirs O W Thompson of Xew Bedford, Mass, and Sirs S M Laughton are spending a a few week with their sisler and daughter. Sirs C H Davenport. Mrs Thompson, when very voung, was first woman telegraph oiier alof in the country, her father being among the pioneers hi the construction of telegraph lines. Attorneys 4 L Slartin and C C KitU at tended the annual meeting of the Aermont Bar association in Slontpelier this week Al the banquet Tuesday evening Sir Martin re sponded to the toast" -The Judge".'' Jiidre W 1 Stafford sike in reiotise to the toa-t Slcill Women be Admitted to the Vermont liar?" Arthur C Spencer was one of the success ful candidates who came up for examination for admission to the Vermont bar at Mont pelier this week. Duly two out of the class of IT faileit to pa. The candidates were sworn inal the supreme court room Tester dav afternoon. Sir Silencer's success speaks well of t.i ability for lie has hen stud nig onlv a short time over two years, alt bough hav ing ls?en registered in Barber's hw otlice the necessary three years. Here is a Cut of The Best Wood Parlor Stove Hundreds of Satisfied Users Will Say So. ,. ' fWiwLn,,,, ' ' ' ! Prices : 19 in. $11, 22 in. $13.50 24 inch, $16 A full line of Wood and Coal Parlor Stoves at prices ranging from $5 to $35. Emerson & Son, Everything for Housekeeping. 2 and 4 Main Street, Brattleboro, Vl. SECOND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE STAR COURSE. I I I I I I M I I I I I I I ! I I I II AUDITORIUM - - - BRATTLEBORO Thursday Eve. Nov. 7. The Katharine Ridgeway Concert Co. KATIIAMXE RIDGEWAY, Reader. MAUDE PARADIS, Pianist. WILLIAM K. LANE, Baritone. DA VOL SANDERS, Violinist. "Voted the most popular combination of artists anying the courses of the West last season." Read testimonials concerning them in tne Star Course Prospectus. Tickets now on sale at the Association Room, ut popular prices. Out of town parties nouiu auuiess ai ders for tickets to the General Secretary. Our Fall Clothing Splendid Specimen of Superior Skill. Not a single tailorish detail Is lacking to make our suits perfect. Cloths are right, making is right, tit is right, or we make it right and prices are right. We give you all the new ideas and a large variety of all new goods to choose from. SUITS, $5, $6, $7, $8, $10, $12, $15, $18. Athens Arctic Underwear. Something New. Double Breasted, Double Back, Finished Seams, Double Cuffs. 50c a garment. See our display of Manhattan Shirts "Known as the Best," "The Best Known." In our South Window. Men's Wool Hose, Two pairs for 25 cents. To be sure there is nothing new in buying two pairs of hose for a quarter, but there is somcthins in getting two pairs as eoocl as these for 25c. E. J. 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