Newspaper Page Text
VOL. XXVI. NO. 28.
fHh REFORMER. pii I 1111'1' I' p-l '" jlau'i : ' J. I" . .imtililliiiia. Now subjects, In Una nt -, II CLAIM' 4 JUNKS. 7MJ i-i iihis iuiIi'Icb on the 1 imI us r in) i i,l In- In-Ill in (lie VuiiKhmi & Sur i ,i.'s store, eommenelnir December iliiniiuli Hit! moult) Anyone , ' ilnitc ciin Inquire of Mils. UKoKliK yUI.s MAH.IOHIB Wiiitk. ;xu II. u III Kill t ir- l II ISIITM AND OOMHIF. n. I'lpcr PIbh Again.. : in- PiKr' mine again ! ... i . pitell through llumeliu town , i, in-l rel's motley gown, h, Minimi in his train i- i'iiiii' again ; - il illies iiinl dissembles. ii . r mi tier cuiiuren li'elllliles. y. i!n' riper plays ntrnin ! ;,.'.- mixing with his note; i. k leaves begin to flout i" mil of the straiu. I il -minds again, r iiinl f i oud the signal answer, in-,': round the necromancer. , :'n Piper's none again! i; -iling on the i in t ti ii i wind, iv ii":' nothing green behind, . ual'dcll, grove and plain, i- ii'iini' again ; n-'I. -hi-uiiken, wintry-beiirted, ii - i- moil ruin; her departed! Louise Belts, Edwards. was a large attendance at the ii in Odd Fellows hull last -The'i dsm'i' s v (Vflli'iS- Th concert fur the benefit of the jin-hiiie -.iciety will be held at the tmiii' ot Mrs.! J Estey op the evening cf Xiivi'iulier '21. Tln evening session of the Wr man's tjiih will meet next Wednesday evening . . ., M L' II..-. "i 1 will .Ui-'- ,uai rj iioiLou nt ner uoiue on Linden street. -Di-tri t Uep ity Wbeeler of Bel lows Falls nan in town Tu'sriav to in apert ti e work of the officers of the local Masonic bodies. -In milking a change in my business, I nill for a few days discount from 50 fpnts to , i cc, is on uuni, nnver una Jjror (iiions. Chas A TltH'P. adv -The lei ture hy F Hopkinson Smith, whkh is the third of the Y M 0 A ttrioiirso of entrrtainmente, has been rmtioni-'l from Deceiber 18 to De cember L'ti. -The Keeno Higb school fiotbsll team, which was bton 1 st Werines oai by the local Hiah school team, deffa t jr( Gardner High school Satur day hy a score of 18 0. -The larg st shipment of coal wh icb ev.-r o.uiie ir.to Br-ittleboro arrived M iid-ty. It consisted of SI cars to be lacul iu the ew I ins of the rsilroul comiiiin) and '2o cars for K B Barrows. Nearly 100 members of Protective gra i;e went to the home of John Win- iw above " est Hrnttlebnro last Inurs day evening where a corn husking was held . Mr W nter was presented with Severn lui'.deome gifts. ,Lvnrs A Pullen has bought the entire stock of iiamage 1 goods which Cl-pp A" .Junes move i from their cel lar tune f the vacant stores in Whet stone block. Mr P. Hen ill sell the goods us quickly as possible. -Kihvi'i I J a kell who as a niemher rf t' e hosi ital corps in Cubs i ft r the Sianisi war is now in C-tbd'gjn on the Island of Smar wit i Compary F, First 1 fantry. He went to the Phil ippine? lust .lure and expects t'i return to the I'nited States next April. In a letter received Tuesday by VV-lter Tiis n Mr Ilassll states that he is assigned to sieoi.l luty in the quar ter Liisfer dop i r t iu e ii t. -A " istnlli 'B i spect ir representing the first assistant postmaster general a in liiiittl-b no Satu day to com plete arritisreni1"! ts renarriing t' e 1 ase eft e tnn-p i all b ilding for tho post office. An ad ntiuii'l lease of five y-ars ts eiTeet d, t e old lease hasing ex pire i, ii it nni ' a snon time a nutn br uf irnpiorements will le made about the ofTice, including a new mo ey order counter and improved stamp ii: -.d general delivers windows. -Among those who attended the Mmrig of Harry L Currier of lirat tleboro anl Mis-j Harriet F Curtis of R xbury, M ss, bich took place last Weill,, s' uy at the home of the hiide's parens, were Lieutenant-Governor a d Mrs .l .hii Li Hates. A clipping con fer ie the, weddine has b-er. sent to tte K hi tner oftice this leK with a list of about l'lO 'ho atterded t' e ie ception. After their weddiiii trip Mr and MrsCuirier at ill live in Wintbrop, Mass. -Mr aril Mrs HarlaD P Hunter were Hi ten a surprise paity lat Saturday ever iri; nt their home on Elliot street in honor of their 30th marriage anni vtrsarv. about 40 friends being present toparti.-ip-ite In the nleisures of the wwwii. I he evening was spent in plavii -g lj unes and a short musical pro- rmii w!i. iriven. Ref lestiments were iierved. Duri 1 g the eveni'g Col H K Tuylor pre-entei Mr and Mrs Hunter ith sev. n.I valuable articles of silver- wire. -Ti e tw honk club wai entertained THE REFORMER: BRATTLE BORO, VT.. FRIDAV. NOVEMBER 15. laO -Tho Epwurtb league will hold a C'ro91.," VJr8t3Pis'er"soo Aest.rn avenue text 1'Uursday even- horrrir" C,hirBr,,n' who hd their T LR T .laHt weBk- "'"" to 10B8 in their tiases. The women of th. 11.....1.. L . will hoM ar,;pM,(n '."""''"""".'V fvening jn the chanel Xho Knights and Ladies of Honor will hold a regular meeting ut the home of JS II Putnam Monday evening. A V May has sold for II N Dyke of iuauciiester, JN II, ttie timber lot on the Hiiiuuel Hudson farm In Hinsdale to W Pike. f 10.11 JO 4.. tn . . . n HJ III 0 clock. Lsitai ,....' .... 1 1 ", . ' ""ruiiHKira nas Deen eti- the firo- helj in Keu 10 ruruish mn. i,. f... men's hH. wl,i(,n wi b Hinsdd-, N H, .),, 17. a special conclave nf I!,.on. v .....nuury win he held In Masonic ...... evening ror the purpose of con- ferrin the Temp'e and Malta degrees. A meeting of the directors of the V l 0 A was held in rhe rooms last evening when about 25 new members were voted Into the association. I he remainder of the Dinar i n a a.ua vuted to a business discussion. The rlrst snow of the unuin fn Saturday night and many of liie hills surrou ding Hrnttlebnro' several hours Sunday. The fall in and around Guilford was he.ii,.e n,n in Brattleboro, nearly an inch heiim recor led iu some localities The funeral of rim into wini- n Witt, WHS held last lemluv uftamr,,, from St Michael's Kev E T Mathison, the rector. omViat- g- Thi'hearers were Pol 13 1 ookit, u J r-ratt. 1 I) bailey and .1 A 1 avior. The burial Hill cemetery. The police have been eiven orders to arrest any boys who are found loiter ing about the depot in, the evening. A number nf lads haye ma le it a custom to use the depot waitinn room for a smoker and card room, and this prac tice has been ordered stopped by the railroad company. A blast which occurred about four o'clock ,-undav afternoon loosened a short section of track depot win re was in Prospect near the freight excavation is bcinir made for the ne'v stand pipes, and delayed t'e south bound train several minutes. The force of the explosion was caused bv tne blast strikiug hard rock. ''Kennedv 's Plavers,"who will begin their engagement of ore week at the Auditorium Monday night, will appear in the folio inn repertoire: Monday, "Cheek;" Tuesday, "Faust;" Wednes day, "The Two Thieves;" Thursday, "Sapho;" Friday, "The Mid- ight Ex press;" Saturday, "Nell Gwynne." There will also he a matinee Saturday afternoon. William H Allen, jr, who played on the Gitenfield eolf team against CM Miller in tlie recent match in Greenfield, was scratch man Inst week in the tournament for the President's cup at the Concord. Mass, Golf dull. Mr Ailen handed In one of the best cards of the dav and the account of the tournament said that he had won tbe cup for two years past. Thn funeral of George A Goddard who died in Greenfield Thursday ev-n-eg. was held Sunday afternoon at 1 30 o'clock from the h me of Mrs A A Smith. About '200 members of Wantas tiquet lodge, I O O F, attended, ad a del-gati in of 40 engineers from Spring field, Mass. and other points on thu Boston & Maine railroad were present. Tne burial was in Morningside ceme tery. There was a large attendarice at the anion gospel service hld in the Centre Congregational church Sunday evening. The special musical program began at 6 15 a d consisted nf several selections on the organ hy F C Leitsinger, a cornet solo by Carl I.eitsinger and a bass solo bv George F Adams. lii-vJ M Durrell of the Keene Methodist church was the speaker, Ms subject being "What Think Ve of Chri-t?" J A Ilunnott, state secretary of the New II mipsbire Y VI O A, wilt ad dress the Stind iv afternoon meeting in the asociath n rooms. Mr Dunnett is a Morris & Greirirs tire sale is nearlv finished and the work of repairing the siore win oegin text week. A new steel ceiling will be one of the improve ments, The Mission circle of the Universal is! church will meet in the parlor of the church next Thursday afternoon. A devotional service will be held at o'clock. The women of the Unitarian bo ciety will serve a supper In Wells hall luesday evening. The entertain meiit which follows will be Iu the form of a brief play. Protective grange conferred the first and second degrees on a class of 10 candidates Wednesday evening. The tniru aim rourtn degrees will be con ferred neit week. Floyd Coolidgo, a pupil In the seventh grade in the Cant.1 street school, swallowed a 6teel pen Wednesday. The p-n was a new one and the boy was moistening it when it slipped down his throat. So far there have been no ill effects Xearly all the tickets for theconcert for the benefit of the Sunshine society. which wilt tie tield at the ho ue of Mrs J J E-tev on the evening of November 21. have been sold, but the few remain ing can be procured at Thomas' Pharmacy. -The WCTU held their meetinc last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Heed Have a short talk on the subject, 'Faith," from eleventh chapter of Hebrews. The next meeting will be mothers' meeting next Wednesday afterno.in at tbe Y MO A. The two negroes who recently threatened to shoot Patrolman W A Pelton of the Boston Police, formerly a laundryinan here were arrested last week and taken to lioston where they will leceive hearings. One was caught in Philadelphia and the other in Albany. VJiile in Brattleboro to attend the annual meeting of the Vermont Fish and Game league, Stnte Fish and Game Commissioner John WTitcotnb inspected the ponds of the Kichardson Ice cnui panv to sec what sort of a location they would make for a government hatchery. A recent letter from lirainard Spooner, who bes been professor of larguages in Tokio, Japan, states that he has resigned his position there and gone to lie' ares, India, whore he will res me study of the Smscrit larguag". Mr Spooner is a nephew of Mrs F V Weeks f this town, and when a boy spent several simmers at the Gale far n in Uuilf ird. S L Griffith of Danby has just closed a deal for 3,000 acres more of timb r land in tho town of Strattiu adjoining the larger purchase he re cently made. There ere lrt.000,000 feet of spruce on t' is last purchase. This with land adjnini g it in the towns of Stratton Bnd rlioeton already oned by Mr Griffith gives him 05,000,000 feet of standing spruce in solid tract. Thomas Ellis, a stone mason whn is employed at the Brattleboro Retreat, was found in a drunken slumber near the Baptist rhurch Wednesday evening bv f'h'ef of Police Hall, who with the help of Officer I liayer, conducted the man to the lockup. He was arraigned before Justice Newton yesterday morn i"it and fined 5 and "costs. Lavcr James F Hooker appeared lor the state in the absence of State's Attorney Weston. The High school football team dis banded yesierday and has cancelled its reintiiniiig games this season including I the one winch was to have been played I against Bell iws Falls on the island! ; tomor-ow. The tam has won four out i of five games this year and had two j more scheduled. Its reason for dis till' ding seems to be mat several ot tne graduate of Michigan college and for a I ')t g ar(, not in proper conoitinn to n.,n.hn. nr ruirs una oeneral secretary ',. . 1 .l number of years was general secretary nf the Lincoln, Neb, association. in 1S90 e was chosen rraveling secretary for the Pacific Northwest. He was also assistant "tate secretary of Massachu setts and Rhode Island for some time- -Mr Join J Kennc'y, come ian of "Kennedy PI ys" whr bei b a week's plav any more ai d there are not enough substitutes to take tneir places. Francis Truth, the "divine healer," formerly William A liemis, proprietor of a steam laundry here, filed a petition in bankruptcy with a clerl: of the federal court in Manchester. N" II, Monday, Truth reuistered from Keenp, his home. engagement hero Monday night at 'he i Hn , ujCP9 a9 liabilities the figures of Knioks House Morday eveni g m, I AlrsH P Wellman, about 3ri i u of harquet which as 1; T o'clock. At the annual -' which 9 heli later in the n room the following ofiiceis ttei: Preei ent, Or James : vice preside t, Mrs H I) : s cret.r? a d treasurer, iursJ ' 1 1 ; chmrman f tbe executive i ", Irs C F Tno upson. Tbe s-ln of books and magazines heli. ii ge G Warren. 91, father of E it, jr. S H Warren and Mrs S W f ibis to a n, died Monday even 's t ome in West Auburn, Mass, ii" h-d lived all his life. Mr is a tanner bv trade and be ring from active life wa r in thar line of husiness. ' 'ie three children rueitioo"d he mi e other daughters: Mrs Miry 11 and Missl.vdia Warreo of Sum and Mrs E W Kyder, of rhe city hospital at Worcester, The fun-ral was hld yesterday J it 11 o'clock, Mr and Mrs O jr. Mr and Mrn S W Edgett and irren attending. , tries Stockwell, formerly clerk ''tf- Melrose hotel in West Brattle-"'f'- wis rrested Mord by Chief oft' i ell llonaccmplairtofftntea A"" ( v Wston, chargicg him with : intoxicating liqoor. Storkell e f those wo took a sudden ta f i n atthetirreof the recent e 10-!ai--i Iv .1 dge W P Siaffor ad he Jrl- r, vrtls had returned to Vermont. He arr ielu,d before Justice Wil-''-n, s Neitor MomlaT and pladel at tu by Mr part k S'TV.- 1 ne-iii: re,...;-i ler 1 Cocli Hhi ris L V:,r c rrin' ar,ru 1 li- u . -I'll l n ' i'S 1: Mi.-,. '-.r',-.-, f 3rM ; P-,,, P.-.. . 11-41. . I.N,. : tn,tr., iii'-ri-i '.,. S H Hill". Of t. ti five first cffe sea lor - ricfd 810 ea-h and one offense ting with intent to sell S' i.i. was fi-ed t the total with uinountii g to $S3. a .1.1 iri rinm noines of a fnuilv tnat has been connected with the stage for over 50 years; his grandfather was a well known theatrical maraner, ar.d hio father has been i entitle! with a number of successful plays and players. S3091.70. and his assets 8200. Kecentlv Truth his been in other parts of the country, some time ago ot Jacksonville. In tbe court records of two years ago William A Hemis went through bank ruptcy, wnen Truth was navi' g a Mr Kennedy has three brothers living harne nt Boston it was brought out .bn lire all successful actors. Mis onlv tnat his baptismal name was Bemis. It sister, LilPan, was o'.e of the most popular souhrettes on the stage at the e. ' . . . ,L ar.ni,,.. Ilia time l ner rienu iin" l"' rs; daughter Nellie who pla.s leading roles itb Kennedy playeis" is Mso an exceeiingly clever young actress. Miss Catherine Monks, aged 05. dropped dead Monday at Hie home of her sister. Mrs Julia Austin, in East Cambridge, Mass, where she had been for the past two weeks. ror over oO years Miss Monks was employed at the homeof Madam Balestier. She began work as a nurse girl for a daugh'er of Madam Bales'ier but remained in the J.lilr after the child's death, goirg abroad with the family 'or thrP c" simno (he acarn or iutoiii Miss Monks had been in Brattleboro un- is believed that the petitioners in bank ruptcy are identical, Kev E Q S Osgood officiated at tbe fucor l service for Stuart F We'd at Hide Pari, Mass, Mo day. Mr Weld was for B fe months, two or three years ago, an inmate of the Br ttleboro Retreat, but recently his 'failing health bss kept him corstant ly t home. Born of notable parents, lagraduuteof Harvard coll ge, and with a keei interest in historical Uherres, Mr Weld could urdo btedly hae made his mark a a writer had I not his liN been ovtrshado ed from earlv ma hood by mental troubles. As it m a urr.ii-lns of bis have anreared in Balestier i,ia,tic Moittilv and the Ponulir The new cohI ohuto in the depot yard has been completed and is now In operation. Mrs Mary Warder entertained the Main street book club at a banquet in the llrooKs House last h ridity evening Walter II Smith of Brattleboro and Miss Elizabeth Ardisof Fitchhurg,Mass wore married by Justice William New ton Saturday. M J Moran, administrator for the estate of Laura J Ilaskins has sold the bouse on Sprue street to A F lioyn ton for an investment. Miss Jessie Scott entertained 1 few of her friends nt her home 011 Forest street laBt evening. The even ing nas spent in playing hearts. The first of a series of social gath erings at Masonic hall under the auspices of Bingham Chapter, Eastern Star, will be held Thanksgiving eve. The building known as the east hall of Brattleboro academy In West Brattle boro will be sold at auction November 83 to be torn down and taken away. The funeral of Williain Heading who died In South Vernon Tuesday was held yesterday morning from the lloin.in Catholic church. The burial was in the Citholic cemetery. E M Goodenough. administrator for the J P Goodenough estate, has sold the old Goodenough mill above West rirat tlehoro to I. P Coueland of Wilmington who takes possession at once. I D Bailey has bought of Warren Doolittle Bstrip of land about 12 feet wide from Elliot street through to Spring street for the improvement of his adjoinirg property. The sale was made through Bailey's agency. Thcrs was a good attendanoe at the social given by the women of tbe Episcopal church at the home of Maj F W Childs Wednesday evening. A short musical and literary program was given and refreshments wers served. There will be a reception to hoys in tho V M U A rooms next Thursday evening from 7:30 to 9:30. Rev H K Miles will give a brief t-ilk,. Miss Florence ClarK will read and a luncb will be served. -Tbe body of Mrs M W Russell who died Wednesday at her home in Med ford, Mass, will bo brouebt hers for burial tomorrow. Mrs Kussell was a resident of Brattleboro for a number of years and also lived in Guilford at one time. 1 2 5 fH Rt Rev "A O A Hall, bishop of Vermont, will mk his annual visita tion to St Michael's Episcopal church on the third Sunday in Advent, De cember 15, it being tbe anniversary of th institution of the rector, Kwv h T Mathison B C Bacon, ton probation officer, went to Guilford this morning in r.n ollort to find a home for Henry Wood, who was sentenced to the state reform school for the to-rai der of his minority on the charae of st ali"g a watch from Herbert J Knight. Tho boy's sen tence was suspended. In the regular assignment of judges of county courts for the year IrtOi, Judge Rowell is assigned to the March term of tho Windham coiir tv court and Ju ge Tyler to the court to be hell in S'ptsmb"r. A KCudsorth of Londonderry is nno of the examin ing committee for admission to tbe bar. .Tames Griffin, son of Mrs Michael Griffin of this town, died in New Jersey this week. He was a brick mason by trade and worked for a nnui rer of years for a furnace company In New York city. Besides a w fe be ia survived bv two brothers. Thomas of Athol, and John of this town, and two sisters, Mary and Abbie Griffin. -The orlv re'iaining child of Mrs Walter Mixr died at tbe bono of li is mother in North Fiston, Mass., Wednes day. The bo'y was brought here . es ter 'ay and the burial wbs in Halifax. This is the third rteitb that has oc curred in tne famil wit'iin nin niorths. Mr Mixer riing list Febru ary Bnd his orly daughter io August. Them was a small aodienro at the Auditoridm Monday oreni g to listen to Hon Volney Cushing of Miin who was billed to deliver a te perarce l cture. Tne discourse. hoever, was moro in the nature of an 'mrnseionid harangue ii behslf of the ProhiMti m parti, and sober minded people who went with the expectation of hearing what was advertised were disappointed. The Honorable Volney clled the Demo cratic party the rum f .ctior, said trat the Republicin party was too clnstlv allied to it to be useful and claimed tnat the only way to g3t rid of the terrible curse of riri, k as to elect a st-aight Prohibition ticaet, nation-1 ard statj. He even went so fat as to cite i' stances where churches Lave helped the rum element. IIKATTl.KIIOItO PD.HHIinAL.IS. J H Tomes was In Boston over Sunday. Ir II I) Holion was in Boston the lirst of the week. I. E Hall visited In Grecnllelil, Mass. the first of the week. C A Harris was In Boston the first of tbe week on business. Hon E I. Waterman has been in New York city this week ou husiness. Mrs George W Pierce and son have been visiting in Chester this wetk. Frank Prescott finished work as motorman on the electric road Tuesday. II O ' oolidge spent Sunday with bis broth er, A U tdollilge. III Klltlllllil. Jiimes O'Neil of Claremont. N H, spent Sunday with his brother U ii O'Neil. Ir Louis A Pettee has been 111 Deerfteld. Muss, a part of this week 011 business. Miss Belle Tower has been visitimr at F M Howard's In Saxlons Itlver litis week. Miss Mary llolhrook of B iston was tho guest of Miss Olive Sbuinway Saturday. Kev K 0 S Osgood preached at a Unitarian service In Middlesex last Sunday afternoon , Miss Marion Kice and Miss Kdith Hunt of Mt Holyoke spent Sundiiy at their homes here. John F Iliistinirs visited his daughter. Mrs George W t'hoate. III Highland. Mass, Just week. C E Allen ami son. Louis Allen, were in Boston Saturday ton! tend thechrvKanthemuni show. Jlra Ilora Downline of Athol. Mass. hiu been vhiting at the home of C K Allen this week. Miss Etta Clark was called to her home In Chester Monday hy the serious illness of her father. J Willard Cobb went to Bridgeport. Conn, Saturday to see about the repairs on his loco mobile. Mrs Favette lingers of South Tunhridge came to Brattleboro last week to remain for the winter. Colonel William C Holhroon of New York city is expected tomorrow to spend several days in tuw 11. V AV Sawyer has moved from David Downer's house on Canal street to Odd Fellows' block. Judge II II Wheeler is In New York city this week presiding at a session of the United States circuit court. Mr and Mrs Lester Akeley went to New port. N II, Monday to spend several days at Mrs Akeley's home. Mr and Mrs James Dalton are visiting in New York city, with their daughter, Mrs Stella Dalton Dodge. C W Diiiihniii was in Boston this week to attend the annual meeting of the New Eng land Jobbers' association. Mrs W II Cary and son returned Wednes day from Brooklyn where they have been visiting for several weeks. Mi-s Emma Gregg, teacher of niu-ie In the public schools here, visited the schools in Springfield, Mass. yesterday. Frederick I. Houghton has been ill Syracuse, N Y. this week on biisine-s connected with the IIolstein-Kriesinn Register. NEW BED ROOM SUITES ! RECEIVED THIS WEEK. For Only $15.00 We can jrive you a handsome, Gulden Oak Finis-hod Suit, high case work with French legs, shaped bevel-plnte mirror, and worth much more than we nk for it. For $25.00 We have a solid Oak Suit . It has the finest piano polish, extra large bureau and mirror. Could not lie better made if you paid $100. For $45.00 A splendid Mahogany Suit which should be seen to be appreciated. We are now showing over Fl FTY different (lesions in Bed room Suites in Mahogany, Bin h, IJirdseye Maple, White Enamel, Oak and Ash, at prices ranging all tho way Iroin $12.00 to $125.00. We enjoy showing our new things whether you purchase or not. EMERSON & SON, FUIlSISHEJtS, Brattleboro. Vt. COMPLETE UOUSE 2 and 4 Main Street, People Know Good Shoe Values When They See Them. This a why we have had such a tremendous sale of Men's High Grade Shoes at" $1.98. Anyone can see that these shoes we are selling are not cheap roods, but fronds that we have regulaWy sold at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. They are simply broken lines and odd pairs that we have left over in our whole-ale department and wo find that it is a better busi ness policy to sacrifice on them now, get what we can out of them at a quick sale and put our money into other goods, than to let these odd lots accumulate and lie idle tin our shelves. We still have plenty of sizes left, but of course only a few pairs of a kind. Sizes run 5 t 9. We have in this sale a variety of styles in Box Calf, Vici Kid, Russia Ca f,. Enamel and Patent Calf. All -,..-. i .. r,.,,l ..' T,4.,t ...n.i.. 11111 nmnt' .Ir.ll'ira hv nvnilinor Mh-s Mu!l Tulimiui. wbo ba bran vHtfni; I -y" "v "J '"o Mies Ruth ehii-K wim to TuniPM Falls ; themselves of this opportunity and provide thonelves with t?uoes tor c.-iciiih lor h - un mimi. jtllC IlOXt aire firm of MilVck & Co. ha been spending tbe week at tbe Brooks House. J! I! A TTLEBORO. BELLOWS FALLS. year tifslie went to East Cambridge to live with her sis'er, who is mother of 1 A Austin of this town. The hrrn ni held vesterday from the Sacred Heart church and the burial wns in Arlingon. -Mrs Anna Stevens, 89. wifiow of Luther Sargent, died at the home of rier 80", S-niuel Sargent in West Brat tleboro luesdav eveni-g as the result o fa fractured hip fall whien she sustained list rriday. ' he was the daughter of Samuel Stevens and was born West Brattleboro. Wben girl her family moved to Canada where she lived for number of years, returning to West Brattleboro a shor also live, m West Brattleboro. - rorloa A Bacon who k I vrivo - Iota iu Beioir, " is. . nf Brattleboro I I ! 1 1 fl I" " - r.t thp Hi eh school r cience maeaisine, wnne mini me presort decade bo ha I pnblishel a m'mrcrr jTih ou the Ki cdom of Kou- 1'he funeral was manj . a,J( how it won its; freedom, which demanded wine reading ami a msstery of detail. Mr We'd was tbe ol lest son of Ibedor D Weld, who half a century sin"e was a leader of tr 8' ti-slaver movenie-1, having as bis associates William Lloyd Garrison and Wendell Puillips. week and a here died was on of principal . ,'r,,rp.anr nncou Hinenam. " ' .. .. .... i associated with belm . conn.- - hp was instructor in science and be.J!?l,;V. in flallowell Clsjcal m,,,r.u." Mass. lnlSS)he went to Beio.tvoi.e" ----- "i s'bort time previous to "-- Brattleboro will have the oppnrf unit v to hear a remarkably tine concert Dec 5, wben Miss Leonor Jackson one of the foremost vi .linisf. of the world will plav in the Auditorium. Since Miss Jickson's debut in Berlin in 1S95 her success bas been swift and brilliant. Alth ugh still young. she has established both in Kurope and America her position as an artist. She has been ordered to play before several of the monarchs of Europe, including Queen Victoria hy h'iu she was decorated with the Victoria Star. In this country she has appeared as soloist with the Boston Svmphony Orchestra, the Ne Vork I'hilharmonic, Theodore Thomas' Chicago Orchestra and other fam ius musical organizations. She is accompanied by H Try J Fellows, one ot the most popular singers on the concert stage, aid by William Bmer. the gifted German pianist. Tne Brattleboro concert will be under the patronage of Mrs E R Pri.tt. Mrs Mary Howe Lavin. Mrs George W Hooker. Mrs J J Estey, Mrs J M T.ler. Mrs N Haw ev. Mrs J U uiiery. Mrs yj a I.... . ' k f" t MTt lVn-vil. a I . a ru , i in ri A ff v 1 l Hi u iu i w u x v i iun - night and day fr n,et;r;m.ticai ton ,nd Mrs S E Lswton. The business was an especially ""''"e bis I men of the town are supporting the c.;n ,d astronomical mind na flnlinc,, and the proceds are for .lWHS.tl. Ithebenefltof th.Higb school library. Wommi'i Club O.ntlimeii'i Night. The annual "gentlemen's nigbt" of the llrattleboro Womao's club was held Wed esday evening in the Hrooks Hous. A bsnriuet as served at 8 o'clock, nearly loO persms partaking of the repast which was f lloweJ by a highly successf 1 entertMinmei t in the form nf an illustrated magazine. "Gloinings" as the raiue of tbe pnb lieatiin, the editorial staff of wi ich was made up of Miss Mary V Croell, Mrs K K l'ratt. Miss Mary Gordou and Mrs A L Maynard. Tbe entire roitents of th magazine was illus trated bv Hbleaux begi--ni g with a frontispiece after C DGibsin. This was followed by the story " The Mau who Gave No Tip" which was read by Miss Mai d Emerson and illustrat d by a series of tanleaux ; "Her I holo graph" read by Miss Em a Greeg and illu?triteil ; a storiette "The Up p r Hind" read by Vrs U P Webster: the department, "On the Stag" whieh consisted of livi g pictures of Agnes Sorma. Maxii e Elliott, Maude Ada i s and Lillian Kussell: musical rotes sung b. Mrs E R Pratt and Fred C Adams: and "the e itor's study" in which the editorUI b iard was seen st worn. The main rart f the maoazine as followed bv several pages of adverti erne ts setting forth tie Kood qualities of golf flayi a cards, Baker's Croclates, Gold Medal Hour, Qu-en Quality shoes and Pe.rl ine. Music was furrishei during the banquet by tbe Brattleboro Mandolin club. Those who took part in the enter tainment were Miss Minnie E Stock- ell. Mrs A D Vatt. Miss Mary Croker, Miss E1U Newman, MissMsr-g-ret Averill, Mrs L 1) (Jreene, Mrs A L Mavnard, Mrs E R Pratt. Miss H leo Harrii gton, Miss VabelHunt, Miss Margaret Tucker. Miss Ed Bind Wnitney, Miss .Mary Crowell, Miss Marv tiornon, Miss Amy Jones, Mrs II H Crnsbv. E J Waterman, W II Heclev, Dr W II Thon psoo, Mr mid Mrs. A T Cobb left Mon.Iay for Providence, It I, where they will spend some time with relatives of Mrs Cobb. Col and Mrs Seth Rahhitt of I'laeeville, Ga who have been spending severil weeks in town, will return to their home Mondny. Krnest Brown, agent of the American ex press company at Amherst. Mass, ii spending a week's vacation w ith his parents here. Miss Annie Turner has gone to (ireenflel 1, Mass. where she has a po-itinn us stenogra pher in Ihe office of Itcv U S Kellenii.ui. Louis A llitz of Ilauiliiirt:. Germany, one of the foreign represent:!! ives of the ftey (Irirun company, has been in town this week. Mrs 1! F Ketehuni of New York city eatnc to -Brattleboro last week to remain for Ihe winter ut the home of her sister, Mrs A G Cobb. George Snow, einrlueer for the BraMle boro Street rui'road. has moved from West ern avenue to the Coombs houe In Centre ville. Mr and Mrs T A Austin went to Eat Canibri lite. Muss, Wediie-.liiy to attend the funeral of Mr Austin's aunt, Mi-s Catherine Monks. Louis Proiity. inotormuii on the liritile boro Street ruiiroad. tins mnved from Mrs Sa'iriiui .Miller's house in We-t ltnitlleboro to Pine street. Mr and Mrs I.ueien Ste linan returned to their home in Worcester. Mass. Mond'tv. hav. inir been in Brattleboro to attend the funeral of Williain II Witt. Martin SI uiL'enhiuif who has been chef at the Brooks House for several months will linlsh work there Monday and go to South Carolina for the winter. Miss Mabel Milham of Xew York, one of the travePng secretaries of the Student vol unteer movement, was the gue-t of Miss Amy .Jones Wednesday. L W Hawley was elected clialrtniin of the executive eotnmittee at the annual meelintr of the Vermont tate Sunday school association held in Vergennes last week. I!ev F E Marble was In Putney last evening to take part in the reception and recognition service in honor of liev K It Perkins, the new castor of the Baptist church there. K C Cro-by has been appointed one of the acting directors of a company which has been formed to operate a str. et railroad between South lieertiekl and Hatfield Muss. Mr ami Mrs H K Willard of Washington, D C, are spending several days at the Brooks House. Mr Willard is extensive1' engaged in real estate business in the capital eiiv. Miss Mary Averill of Sprinutield. Mass. sis ter of Georsle C Averill of thi town, spoke in Greenfield, Mass, Saturday at the fall meet ing nf Ihe Franklin eounty branch of the Mt Holvoke alumn.T. Cantain William T Ilaitrh. who has been employed at the Ktey Oman factory for the past four years, w ill finish work there this week and take his former position as baker at the Hrnttlebnro Itetreat. H ) Coolidge went to New York citv Wednesday to make arrangements for the tour of Sol Smith ltuell'- play, "The I'eac fill Valley." the rights which have been bought by Mr Coolidge and Aldeu Bass, Ihe actor. Mrs Marv A Bigelr.w who has been spend ing the summer ut her place In West Brattle boro. left ye-tenlay. accomp .nied by Mi-s Alice Adams, tor Tarpon Springs, Flu. where she will remain for the winter. Frederick L Houghton has been appointed by Governor Stiekney as one of Ihe delegates to represent the tate of Vermont at the con vention of the National Live Stm k as-ociation which will la held in Chicago the latter part of December. George E Nichols of Fargo, X I), came to Brattleboro la-t Friday to attend the funeral of his uncle. William II Wilt. Mr Nichols has been we-t aliout 30 ye-irs and for some lime was engaged iu tne hotel business. He was state treasurer of North Pakota for four Tears and at present Is in the brokerage bu-i-hess. He I brother of Frank l and Charles S Nichols of this town. All goods just as represented or money cheerfully refunded. Does a Laiie StDd Atiract Yoq? We've Cot It. Do lov prices pie is i yon ? We have thm. Do straight-forward methods, good goo Is and guaranteed transact ions interest you ? Then this is your place. Look the town oer if you please, but you will find that we have The Best Underwear. At 3.i cents, Boys' Heavy Fleece Lined. At 39 cents, Sanitary Fleece Lined, perfect garments, new this season. At 50 cents, Athens Arctic Underwear, the niiist sati-fa"tory underwear ever sold at '(! cents. At 75 cents, Men's Nii'ural Wool, shirts and Drawers universally sold at $1.00 a garment. At $1 OO, Double breasted Camel's Hair, with double seated drawers. Oneita Combina tion. Scarlet, truliin Wool. Lambs' Wool. Glusteobury. Derbv Ulbbed. Natural Wool, wltn double front and back. Silk Fleeced, Ileavv Ribbed Wool. A us-White At $'.50, Fine Australian Wool. All Wool Scarlet. Fine White Cashmere. Fine Camels' Hair, double breasted. German Itibbed. imported Genuine Bennington Buffs. Mercerized. In blue and lavender. Silk and Worsted, iu handsome mixtures. Hpnl v. Kavmond Frost. Leon Barnes, A U Wjatt' and J L Knowlton. Tbe exnellTce in tie groupi ig and posing of thd tableaux was ro e to thrwo'k of A D Wtt and Mrs E R Fratt who bad the matter m charge. A sp'cial meeting of Brattleboro lodge. X E O P, was held in grange hall lat evening wben severel candi dates w re ioititte:!. A meftiDg will be held in grange hall Monday even ing .hep members may bring g lests. The Christian Endeavor society of the Corirreeational church will hold a special missionary meeting Sunday ! night, which wi I be in charge of ihe j ,-itr. Thia a-ill lute the P . II, ,: .v.j. . . . . ......... , rercy place of tbe regular Sunday evening j meeting. The Largest Line of New Winter Caps we have ever shown: Jockey, Automobile, Scotch, and regular shapes, at 23c, 50c, 75c, 91, 91.50 Boys' Caps ut 25c an I 5(Tc. ij Outing Night Itobes ; good length, good quality, handsome patterns, 50c and 91.00. Duck Coats. At !Sc, A good Canvas Coat, blanket lined, storm collar. At 91.50 he ivy brown canvas coat, blanket lined, oiled Interlining. At 9'i.OO Very heavy Canvas Coats, black or brown, blanket lined, oiled inter lining, wind proof cufT-. storm collar. i At 9-1.50 Kxtra heavy Duck, pluh lined, oiled Interlining, wind proof cuffs, sjorni ollar. of corduroy. Also a heavy Corduroy Coat. Russian Vests Loss of appetite is an ailment that in- ( dicares others which are worse - Hood's Strsaparilla cures thi m all. 1 Are domestic woolens, lined throughout w ith heavy fabrics and interlined both front and back with textile buckskin. They have a doub e breasted front and high Itusslan em about the neck, thu- making them most thorough lung aud throat pro tectors. We have them it 91.25 2.00 2.50 and 3.00. Hose. Natural Wool. Camel's hair. Black wool, Oxford mixture. 2 pnirs 25 cents. Fine Black Casbiuere, Fine Oxford, Natural Wool, at 25 cents. Heavy fleeced overshlrts, covered seams, fast colors. "5 cents. An immense line of heavy Jersey overshlrts. at 50 cents. Cloves and Mittens. 19c, 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 to $5.00 The best line we have ever shown. Ton will be surprised at tbe goodness of our Fifty Cent Glove. We like showing them, and if money saving and band comfort is any object with you, we are not afraid but that you will be suited at our store. You may get just as good goods elsewhere, but they will cost you more money. Our prices are not unusual prices; Its the unusual quality we wish to call your at tent ion to. E. J. FENTOIM CO., CLOTHIERS HATTERS OUTFITTERS