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WINDHAM COUNTY REFORM Kit, HRATTLKRORO, VT.,' FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1905.
5 MS. HALL'S MIRACLE. reef Similar to Thit Hava Oo- Led Considerable Comment in fboro. women ure better known In I, .N. i., tnitu Airs, iiune u. she beionga to one 01 me illieu and him a largo circle h.ls und iicquulntnncea. In a uurview Jim. Hun niu: experience I have been in the limt two years Deems iilniele. I wna so badly off . Keemcd ulinowt unendur mI my deafness Increased bo muld scarcely heur anything, lueutlon In iny chest und the Kin caused by my eutnrrh, 1 very severe suffering. I had fc.ient physicians, bought ev- tliat unyiiouy recoriimenneu I Ilnully gave up In despair, WilindhnmdJounfuJlfformfr ANNOl'MCKMOTa Rkkoiimkh Oh kick will Im open Thuritdiiy and Saturday ev ninga until further notice. LOCAL N0TE3 AND GOSSIP. Rev. V. S. Turner of Chester will occupy the Unlversullst pulpit Sunday. W. II. lliilgh's advertisement will be of Interest to those who Intend to buy spring suits. The Mummy and the Hummlna Bird Is tlie uttruction at the auditori um to-morrow evening. A. D. Wvntt has ordered a 20 horse nower Wlnton touring car ay my milliner asked me If j through Mauley's agency. ,ver men nyumei. 1 mum. R,,V. Alfred Dellm-rHt - of Plen- -ilnieiit, and can thankfully that Hyomel does cure this disease. Since using it my is greatly Improved, and the pQ 1 nave any cuiarrnai is when I take cold. 1 then unci, and always get Instant .My friends and acquaintances at the change in my neaitn ring." I lias made many cures of and In connection with Hyo- 111, or cutarrnai neatness, in mo. Similar experiences to Mrs. Hall's have created a e for Hyomel with George K. omplete outfit, including the costs but $1., while extra re but f0 cents. Ask George ic to show you the strong e under which he sells Hy- B. GEORGE WILKINS, 's Greatest Magnetic Healer, His Second Visit to the oks House, Brattleboro, Vch 16, 17 and 18. Wilkins's Reputation Iit need no comment. His success rlnir humanity has been wonderful. hSiriit to the Hlind and Hearing to lie removes Cataracts of years itft'T the loetorsand Occulista'have il tliiin hopeless cases. bs of Sufferers see Prof. Wilkins at the ltrooks House ami many returned to tlivir homes re- and Hearing was One patient came with his canes and e without the use of them. A child paralyzed was helped so that It ran room iiappuy. A lady came whu a trouble and found instant relief. An il rlionmaiisin could use her arms and alter lirst treatment. Wilkins uses no medicine. His cures are made by his Magnetism, Xatuie'a gift. He treats ps ot diseases. He gives free consul- filegos. Cuba, will speak In the Con gregational church this evening. The Ladles' Enterprise society will meet with Mrs. Phelps on Chest nut street next Wednesday afternoon. The will of Mary Harris of Hum- merslon was probated and allowed Saturday, John II. appointed executor. Leland G. Caiieton Is one of the committee appointed to take charge of the spring Indoor track meet at the I nlversity of Vermont. William B. Vinton of this town has bought the Falmouth house nt ralmouth, Mass., of George W. Rob- bins of Springfield, Mass. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the White River Chair com pany will be held in llruttlcboro Tues day, March 28, at 2 o'clock. The meeting of the Alliance study class will be held at the Unitarian parsonage Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Subject: Paul at Athens. Lieutenants Charles H. Davis and George E. Mosher and Sergeant G. H. Thompson have been appointed a committee to revise the by-laws of Company I. On account of the unusual suc cess of the recent masquerade ball Riven by the local camp of Modern Woodmen the members of the order are planning for another similar event after Lent. H. F. Willis, general agent for the Union Central Life Insurance Co., has this week paid Mrs. Eliza L. Adams $1,000 in payment of the pol icy which her husband, the late Mer rill Adams, held in that company. The next high school social will bo given April S. Mrs. Wales's dancing class will hold a social In grange hull this even ing. The Inst of the Brooka house as semblies will be held Frldny evening April 7. The Pilgrim Fathers will give a sugar supper in O, A. R, hall next Friday evening. A box party Is being arranged for the first night of the llemictt-Moulton company's engagement here. Bcauseunt commnndry, K. T., con ferred the red cross degree on three candidates Wednesday evening. The high school basketball' team will play In Waterbury. Vt., this evening and in NorthfleUI to-morrow night. Sunday service of First Church of Christ Scientist commences at 10.45 a. in. Wednesday evening service at 7.30 p. m. Market block. Michael Lynch, who wim arrested yesterday for intoxication by Chief Hall, wns fined $5 and costs before Justice Newton this morning. The free kindergarten closes to day for the spring vacation. Friendship circle will meet tn Odd Fellows' hull Tuesday afternoon, Supper will be served us usual, llrattlehoro lodge, N, K. O. P., will Initiate a large class at its next regular meeting Tuesday evening In SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES. Death Former Brattleboro Woman's at Barre. Annie lawrenee, wife of Arthur 11 Lewis, died In liar re last Thursday afternoon from the effects of poisoning which was at tlrst thought to have Grand Army hall. The meeting will been accidental but la now believed by be called at 7:30 sharp and at its close there will be an entertainment followed by n social with refresh ments to which friends of members ure invited. -The Murray club held a parly last evening, the event being well attended. After a short business session Mrs. F. I. Swift gave a very Interesting paper on Mary Wilkins Freeman, Mrs. Flagg nnu Miss zetta Weld read two of Mrs. Freeman's short stories and Mrs. Francis Weeks gave a vocal selection. Refreshments were served at the close of the program. muiiy to have been a deliberate murd er. Mra. Lewis was well known in llruttleboro where she practiced as a trained nurse for several years. She waa married to Dr. Lewis, who was Ihun u t,,ul.iti...ir .ti .I,! ........ ..!...., ',f"l1,u' 'four years ugo und had since lived Mrs. Jeremiah Pugan, 80, er of John M. Pugan of this moth- town, with her husband in iiarre, A week' ago .Monday Mrs. Lewis drunk a swallow of fluid extract of uconlte from a bottle which she mistook for cough medicine. As soon us she dis covered her mistake she sent for med ical assistance but nothing could bo done to save her life. Since her death facts have devel oped which have caused many people to wonder If the young woman was not murdered. Death was stated to A mid-year meeting of the state her son. William. She also leaves board of the Vermont Federation of third son. J. W also of Montagu .u.,.1 .' I,.. hma in hi, .... ' I have been caused bv aconite but ac gue, Mass. She bad been un Invalid cording to the physicians the umounl for a great many years, living with or aconite sue is supposed Merrllield being " otnan s ciuos was neiu in ine oiiium uouse yesieruay itiiemuun. A delegation from Columbian lodge went to Putney Wednesday evening to exemplify the work of the third degree for Golden Rule lodge. A large number of basketball en thuiasts went to Bellows Falls last evening to witness the game between the Independents and Mellows Falls athletic club. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from her late home and burial took place In Locust Ridge cemetery. to have taken would have caused death' in 13 minutes. Meanwhile the buttle al leged to have contained the death potion has mysteriously disappeared. The dying woman's last words are said to have been, "Who changed the bottles?" It 1h ttofd also that wha was A special meeting of the National , Koon to j,ave received $2,000. Novelty company was held in New I At the time of her death Mrs. Lewis York city Tuesday when It was voted WaB living In new quarters acting on unanimously to transfer the corpora- , he Instruction of her attorneys who tlon from New Jersey to New York. then had fears for her life. For some About 7 per rent of the total amount j time Mrs. Lew is is Hold to have been of stoc k was represented at the meet- j,, danger owing to the remorseless There wns a hearinir before Jmlire ' Ing. This change was made In order ; wnr which she hurt lu.en wanlnu- on Wheeler Monday In the Knott & Clos- j to take advantage of the New York the dissipated companions who it is son bankruptcy case on an attempt to , corporation tax laws and it will mean alleged have been spending her bus prevent the order of the previous a saving of about $11,000 a year to the. hand's money and causing him to in- heaiing regarding trial from being 'company in taxes alone, it win aiso ,iulge in a great amount of dlssipa carrled into effect. allow the company to dispose of Its ; tlon. A story Is current In Rarre that -The next regular meeting of Fort I bonds. I'. L. Hunt of this town was relative of Mrs. Lewis went into her besn't charge one cent kito your case and tell you more clearly couiii ten yourseir wnac aus you. He without asking the patient a question. ively refuses to treat any patient unless ip mem. Wilkins treats Itism. Neuralgia. Pleurisv. Sciatica, as bib diseases of the Heart. Luntrs. Stom- It-r ami Howels. He makes a specialty us Ancctions, as well as the Eye. Kar, n Throat. Prof. Wilkins's success with had Appendicitis Is certainly niarvel- - oiMrases uini ueiuriiiiucs UI cjiuureu like magic to his method. ring Humanity chance of a lifetime. If vou see this pier you will never regret it. Remem nutation is iree. t erms are witnin tue all. mber the Days and Dates. sday, Friday and Satur- March 16, 17 and 18, ks House, Brattleboro. The women of the Methodist church will hold a sale of baked beans and brown bread and other foods next Saturday afternoon from 2 until 6 o'clock In Retting block. The sale will take nlace in the rooms for- Col. Charles A. Miles celebrated j merlv occupied by Dr. E. R. Lynch, his 70th birthday anniversary Frl- t)i.,.u.,iu c. .1,,, tm,.i i?i. day. The occasion was marked with , , ' minM,,e ph(nv, hl( h will no formal observance but a number ;,JP Rhvn ,. ,,rfor,n.m.,, A,,ri 2t and wished him returns of the day. A leak in the Eliot street gas main gave considerable trouble the tlrst of the week and it was necessary to shut off the gas Tuesday afternoon while mending the pipe. The men who ex cavated to find the leak hayd to dig through nearly six feet of frost. The funeral of Mrs. Herbert C. Yeaw was held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock from her late home on Forest street, Rev. H. R. Miles officiating. The bearers were E. 1!. Barrows, Will iam Retterley, Frank Wright and Geo. A. Howard. The body was placed in the vault at Prospect Hill cemetery. The funeral of Charles H. Ellis took place at 1 o'clock Friday after noon from the home of his brother, William Ellis, on Canal street, Rev. Luther M. Keneston of West Brattle- Duirnner colon v. Pllirrlm Fathers, will ) present ui me nrcfiiug. be held In (5. A. R. hall Monday even- j a ulet wedding took place Wed Ing at which time several candidate : nesday evening at the home of the will he initiated. Every member is 'bride on Kim street when Herbert requested to be present. Walter Cotlrell of Louisville, Ky., Herbert H. Johnson, who worked and Miss Margaret Corenne- Mies for the Vaughan & Sargent electrical were nulled in marriage by Rev. E. company for some time, has opened ;Q. S. Osgood. The bride was gowned a shop 'at his home on Mvrtle street in brown and carried while carna until be finds n suitable place to lo- tions. None but the family were rate on the street. He will do all ' present. Mr. Cottrell was a member kinds of electrical work. 'of troop 1!. Second I'nlted States cav alry, which was ot the alley pair grounds two years ago. and has re cently rettirned from the Philippines The bride was formerly employed at Hall's restaurant. room on the night before she took the 'poison wearing Dr. Lewis's coat, and is said to have taken a bottle from the pocket labeled aconite. This he left in Mrs. Lewis's room because he was afraid the doctor might take it. Physicians have slated that the death symptoms showed that opium or arsenic might have been present with the aconite. Mrs. Lewis was 33 years old and was born in Maltland. Nova Scotia. Resides her husband she Is survived by a mother, four sisters and two brothers. The body was taken to .Maltland last Friday for burial. Mrs. Lewis was a trained nurse of more than ordinary ability and had many friends in this town. 26 New Designs in Metal Bedsteads. Finished in Brass, White Enamel and Fancy Tints. In all grades, at prices ranging from $3.50 up to $40.00. Extra fine patterns at $4.00 and $5.00. LMLRSON & SON. Everything for Housekeeping. 2 and 4 Main St, - - Brattleboro, Vt Rev. K. T. Mathlson has sent word to the All Saints' church in j Metiden. Conn., to which he recently received a call, that he has decided i to remain permanently In Uratl leboro. Death of Mrs. Mary C. Gould TOWNSHEND. and 25, begin next week. The com-i Mr. Mathlson handed his resignation mittee in charge is planning for sev- to the vestrymen of St. Michaels eral novel features ami the show church Sunday evening, but at a promises to surpass that of last year meeting Wednesday they unanimous- in general excellence. Jy voted not to accept it. una strung Re- -William Gray, who known In ly urged Mr. Mathlson to remain lease of Measles Victims. Mrs. Mary C. Gould died very sud jdenly at the home of her son. Charles Gould, Tuesday morning. The de ceased was eighty-three years of age this town through his marriage to Mrs Kate Houghton Pratt has recently here on the grounds that the welfare January 4. A sister, Mrs. Itetsey Gale, of the church demands It. In view ,.r lliaan fo,t h hns riild(t tn nhiile decision will be sons, naries. juuson anu Aiionso, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Twitchell. two brothers, and three Pittsfield, Me. Since going town last July Mr. Gray has so in creased his business that he has been ..t.,r,lr.l.,l f,-tff,.4inlB f,-.r t ll tl v i-,. ... ,....f,. ...v...... ... ..... v.. ..-lliu J-Tlu largement or ms ury-gooos store in .. . . ,., , t Isurvlve her. The funeral took olace to that J""."'" 7 ':u'"v at th home of Chorb.s Crmld t l,vn Sloe as wen as in ois oarisn. ... . jo dock, Thursday afternoon. rtecprmny ., .y ""'''' Frank Lawrence was a Brattleboro Brattleboro Woman's club Wed- ..., -r -Elizabeth Smith. 77, widow of'tK sday afternoon when a meeting : . . ' Tu,.sd,v Tools Hone died Wedriesdiv at the '119 np'd at the home of the presl- aiaoci ruiierion Marled 1 ucsaay f' .:J0,:'. !.l,i.ri ' o .,',! dent, Miss Susan K. Clark, in West for a visit in the west. Downer on Cottage street after a long illness. She was born in Berlin, N. Y.. i daughter of Robert and Hannah Field Smith and had lived In that town the greater part of her life. Brief er-I ' r.-,'; A Leon Truesdell Is home from Brown E kjERW') e DERBY I $5? S DERBY y plixsd fi y Brattleboro. The guest of the occa- Elwin Eddy Is suffering from a j sion wns Mrs. Walter P. Smith of 'severe attack of neuralgia. . St. Johnsbury, who gave an excep- Mrs Martna Scott, who has been ill t ved In that town the "ouauy inieiesuiiK iu(iri upon wjtn pneumonia Is very low. ! hv llf nir wors as secretary u me traveling vices will be held to-morrow morning Mrs. Charles A. Boyden M Window you seen our window of indsome nickel plated and COFFEE POTS d TEAKETTLES? are showing a very large f these goods and our are at a very low ebb. pnnot do justice to these iniryingto tell youaoout as to beauty, quality and but ask you to come and ne them. Also our new Pinner Sets orthy of your attention. re almost daily receiving ning new in the way ot ns. Next week we expect ve some more of those enamel preserve kettles lid so many of a few weeks lid that so manv have in- ffor. Come and get one at X N. Y. BARGAIN STORE Hrnt Vt. Greenfield, Mans. William, O. H.,' L. F. and Fred Ellis, land the body will be taken to Berlin!". ? "a,.,er on Current Events and , v aUon. The hnriv was nlaced in the vault atifnr hm-ini reiresnmenis were serveo. Among Prospect hill cemetery. ,, , .. . , the out of town guts present at the Dr. II. D. Holton and his driver meeting were Mrs. T. S. Hazen of St. Sergts. Percy and Perley Bond, were thrown from their sleigh yester-i Johnsbury. secretary of the state fed twin sons of Leroy L. Bond of Spof- !day morning in front of Odd Fellow's ieration, and Mrs. T. A. Davis of Rut- university, Providence, It. I., for a Derby Paint is made of Perfectly pure white lead, linseed oil and zinc white. NEW HARDWARE STOCK Al Wood 8 Main Street ford, N. H., and nephews of H. E. and block. The doctor was drivinit ranld G. H. Bond of this town, have returned ; ly to catch the II o'clock train when to Boston after three years' service as one sleigh runner caught in the car members of the United States signal corps in the Philippines. They are expected to arrjve at their home in Spofford in a short time. The fifth annual meeting of the Wantastlquet golf club will be held in the Brooks house Wednesday eve ning, April 6. The club is In the most prosperous condition since its organ! track. The sleigh was quickly over turned and both men were thrown headlong into the mud.. The horse was caught before any damage was done and the doctor did not miss his train In spite of the accident. Lura A. Frost, 29, wife of John land. About 200 people attended the athletic exhibition given in the audi- Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Allbee were in Cambrldgcport Sunday visiting at Mr. Allbee's father's. Susie Watson has accepted a posi tion In Brattleboro, and went Tues day to begin work. May Barnes, the first measles vie zation, its debt having Jjeen almost 1 morning from an attack of heart dls- wholly wiped out and its membership lease. She was born in Barre, Mass.. numbering 123. An unusually lively daughter of Roswell and Hulda Har season is expected the coming sum- rs Frost, and had lived in West Brat mer, particularly on the tennis courts, tleboro nearly all her life. She nt- ,nnJnJ , . I nl.niu. .t ...... .1 .,l,.V.t George Leavitt, who has been ""--" T ' . i. . . employed by G. E. Gilman, was ar slum classes of the V. M. C. A. The program consisted of springboard work by the Juniors, high diving. In dian club drill, vaulting horse, ad vanced horse work, clog dancing by Wilfred Deyo, a wand drill, mat drill. A. Winter, died suddenly at her home ; parallel bar work, fancy club swlne in West Brattleboro Wednesday ine, hleh Jumping, dumb-bell drill. pyramids, baton swinging, maze run torlum last evening by the gymna- tlm, has returned to school from her rested Tuesday on a writ in favor of Clark Chandler of Wilmington, it be ing claimed that Leavitt was making arrangements to leave the state with out paying his honest debts. He was arraigned before Justice Bacon but no evidence was produced showing that he was preparing to skip and so he was discharged. A Dlay that appeals to the heart is Eben Holden, the quaint and orig inal rural drama, shortly to be seen here. Some of the quaintest types ever seen on any stage will appear. There is Nick Goodall, the dumb and blind musician so graphically de scribed by Irving Bacheller In his famous novel from which "Eben Hold en" was dramatized. There are also David Brower, Deacon Hospur, Pan some Walker, and Tip, the man of all work, who is hare-lipped. Tip's attempts to sing on the village choir are pronounced side-splitters. Desrjite the storm all lovers of the drama attended the magnificent pre sentation of The Mummy and the Humming Bird at the opera house Wednesday night says the Kingston, N. Y., Leader, all not only being de- years ago was married to Mr. Winter. Besides her husband and parents she Is survived by a young son and infant daughter. The funeral will be held this morning. Rev. H. H. Shaw offici ating, and the burial will be In the West Brattleboro cemetery. Lucy Rogers, 92, widow of Jere miah Rogers, died at the home of her son on Grove street Wednesday morn ing as the result of a stroke of paraly sis. Mrs. Rogers was born In Bran don, daughter of Jonathan and Anna Goodenough, and had lived In that town until 16 years, ago when she came to this town to make her home with her son, Frank Rogers. She was married in Brandon Dec. 31. 1S33, and leaves two sons, Frank of this town and Lewis of Point Breeze, N. Y. Her husband died about seven years ago. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. E. Q. S. Osgood of ficiating. Burial will be in Prospect hill cemetery. The Bennett-Moulton Co. No. 1 will hold the boards at the auditorium and phantom drill. Stafford's work on the parallel bars. Woodward's fan cy club swinging and the double baton swlngine by Woodward and Crosier were among the features that drew much applause. The exhibition was In charee of Eldridge Cundiff, who has acted as nhysienl director of the association during tho past winter, nnd reflected credit upon his teach ing. Eugene Frost died this morning at his rooms In the Frost block after a protracted Illness with a complica tion of diseases. He was born in this town 81 years ago last November, son of James and Elizabeth Stewart Frost, and had always made his home in this town. For a number of years he managed his father's farm, which was situated on Frost street, and was afterward in the lee business with Enos White, selling out about Ave years aeo to Staples & Shumway. For the past several years Mr. Frost had been confined to his rooms with j rheumatism. He wns a shrewd busl- home In Westminster West. Mrs. Knapp has returned from Saxtons Kiver where she went to care for a sick relative. H. II. Holbrook entertained his cousin from Brattleboro for a few days the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott of Troy, N. Y., are in town called here by the illness of Mrs. Martha Scott. Guy Bardwell entertained Miss Lamphear of Bernardston over Sun day at the home of Irving Watson. Mrs. Irving Watson has so far re covered from the effects of her oper ation as to use the arm about light work. Miss Florence Jennlson has been re leased from quarantine and has gone to her home in the northern part of the town. Rolla Phillips who has been con fined to the house with a broken bone. Is out in company with a pair of crutches. Some of the ' library directors met at the parsonage Friday evening to make out a list of books for the next library purchase. Miss Cora Barnes who came to care for her sisters when they were sick with measles, has returned to her home In Westminster West. The friends of Fred Ford will be JARDINE&CO Successors to N. I. HAWLEY. Sensational Sale of Laces. ness man. strictlv honorable in nisi glad to learn of his gradual recovery, dealings, and had accumulated a con-j He is still at the hospital in Savan slderable amount of nropertv. He Is ; nah, Ga., but is able to sit up in bed survived by a lare-e number of i for a time each day. nenhews and nieces, those tn this town We iUriee that the nrosnecta for a next week. This company carries a ; 'J"? "t " t! eAa"dr P West 1v- At the end of last season we bought several thousand yards of Nottinghahi Piatt Val and point De Paris Laces. Lace Galloons, White, Cream and Arabian bands in point De Venice and Plauren laces and allovers. Black em broidered allover Chiffon and Notting ham allovers. From the auction salvage sale of J. K. Steiffel & Co., New York city, of which we bave a splendid assortment left and will offer at etill greater re ductions. Lace Galloons, former fire sale prioe 5, 6f-4', 10, 12J. Closing price 3c yd, 30c a doz. Point De Paris and Piatt Val laces. Former fire sale price 6l and 10c. Closing price 5c a yard. Point De Paris and Piatt Val laces. Value 25c; closing price 10c and 12Jc yd. White Nottingham allover. 18 in. wide. Value 39c; closing price 19c yd. Black allover .embroidered Chiffon, 18 in. wide, value $2.95; closing price 98c. Elizabeth Frot. The funeral will recognized actors, who are capable ,,r""m"v "e " of giving a performance equal to the John F. Blgelow was arraigned average high priced attraction. Each before Justice Newton this morning sugaring season is kr at hand. We call ur attention to 1 chted with the play but declaring it, 1 Jt ..u oooau that no play ever Presented here as pictures, rugs, tapestries, ea-I rested yesterday afternoon by more keenly appreciated than this L,ia, mirrors, chandellerar brlc-a-brac. Chlof of Police Hall upon corn- He er valley are brightening, because the company has begun to economize by removing the telephone from the station. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Batchelder. Mr. and Mrs. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Twitch ell. and Mr. and Mrs. Marsh were very riluaoanflv antavtalnarl at tka hima rtt no exasTKeration. From beginning to I' .,, A mM tj i, ! r . n. r x nM nr. end a clever and strange story or true , lnKs arp fun,,shed by the management, 'this morning that she had been struck afternoon. tVit not8onlCJ nteresUnJ burexfreme- Epry,hln this 8e?son ls ent,irelr W1 by her husband until she Miss Parki after gpemlinR a week v faXan ThrwmMnjr wi l play wi'l "Y?," P-to-date novelties in theiw-as in fear of her life, to say nothing wlth her , Mr. and Mrs. A. E. itnln inl'a .feature ed. It seems of being ca ed vile names and park has" gone to Northampton. I hi , iimpossiDie 10 comprenena now a re-itnreateneo wun more punisnmeiu. j Mass to do some special, work In penoire ui nueil nucuewe as j itir. niiuw, whu va uciciiuu iy The Bennett-Moulton Co. No. 1 Daughter of the People, By the King's F. E. Barber, stated that he mleht will be the attraction at the audi- Command, A Jealous Wife. The Fatal have been vexed and used bad lan- torlum all the coming week. This i Coin, Shadowed Lives, Shipwrecked, i guage but that he committed no vio- Nightgowns of the celebrated C. F. Hathaway make of a discontinued line size, 12 only; suitable for Misses. Former price 81.13 and $1.35; to close' 59c. New Spring Waists Of good quality Madras, 59c. Mercerized cotton waists at fl.00, $1.25, $1.50. Embroidered linen finish and linen waists at $1.25, $2.50, $2.95. Black waists, box plaited fronts in Sateen and Mohair. New Spring Coats. Ladies' Covert and black spring weight coats from $7.50 to $25. Chil dren's spring coats, $2.50 to $7.50. New Spring Suits. Spring suits in Wool and Mohair, all prices. New Spring Skirts. Mohair Sicilian skirts, brown, navy, black, mixtures, $5.95 to $8.50. New Spring Dress Goods. Spring dress goods in Mohairs, plain and fancy colors, 50c. Mohair Sicil ians 50 in. wide iu black, two shades of blue and brown. Value 75, special 59c. Better qualities of Mohair, in cluding the Shipley showerproof from $1.00 to $1.75 per yard. company is one of the best on the road this year and Is pleasing its many patrons as it has done for the The Lyndon Bank Mystery, Outcasts lence. and his counsel made an ex of Society, The Belle of Virginia, and j tended plea to the effect that the al Sidelights of New York can be pre- tereation was nothing but a famllv nat 2B venrs. Each year the Ben- sented at popular prices. Monday affair, "nothing more than occurs an . . , . . t , t ... Inltra l.ln.' I .. 1. ... n(ll h. n,iAr,t- i mm. Inmn " T i , ut Vawtnn OT1toH neil-JHOUllun niwuiiciuciaiiu iuSi, .rvcumn ii..i-a . .,... ........ c ........... r-nhh Mra Arthur DinH their friends a new line of metropoli- ed. Special matinees will be given ithat If such things did occur all over.." uonD- a,rg- Artnur nana tan Kneresses. hut thev have eel Dsed during the week s engagement. town he did not near or tnem, anri French before the re-opening of her private school In Brattleboro. The following ladles were In Brat tleboro one day last week, and the train was only about an hour late in returning them to their husbands: Mrs. Charles Austin. Mrs. George Shine. Mrs. Elwin Pearsons. Mrs. 7A- Miss Esther Dale and her aunt, Mrs. p Spouts The trustees of the Austlne Sana- i bound the respondent over to the Kenyon, are preparing to give a mus- spring term of Windham county court leal ent'-rtainment in Brantford, on tario. Mrs. Kenyon will present En och Arden. and Miss Dale will appear in a Cycle of Songs. The meeting of the stockholders of all former efforts and offer a series of nrnntifiifinM u nii'ii iijive 1 1, , i ii' . i. . , , , ,,, ... , . - . . ' tarium l.eorge j. Averui, v-nanes a. , th m nt !"nn nresented at rtonular-prices except by .... i-.- :ln the sum of the Bennett-Moulton management. I n(j jamPS p Hooker held a meeting Successful and interesting, both Each play Is mounted throughout, all . Vermont national bank Wed-! socially and financially, was the ' relic costumes, scenery ana eneris are g.v-i nes(av , , dlRCU8. pIan, for daV of the Vermont society of the I me meeting or tne siocKnoioers or en special attention. Unlshed and b innln? fhe Institution. Mr. Hook- United States Daughters of 112 at th the Townshend Inn Saturday evening Classical proauci.o.r b-u.. ' er statpd that ft was the opinion of Oak street home cf Mrs. F. H. Holden company numbers 23 people and car- j Martin, town agent, that the Monday afternoon. Tea was served In ries its own orchestra, i$:,0.000 which Colonel Austlne left to the dining-room, which was hand- The Swedish Congregational I the town in trust must be turned over somely decorated with white carni- xhnrvh whtrh has recently undergone to the town treasurer until trustees are tlons. Mrs. Carroll A. Moore of Bel was uneventful. The old officers were re-elected. J. H. Ware, pres.; W. S. Holland, treas.; C. H. Willard, sec. A proposition to dispose of the Inn did not meet with the approval of the Cniircn. Wnicn ns m-emiy uuu.-u., ; i nr "'i ....... .......... ... t wtir.tr mln nnH imnmvements ielected to rare for It according to law. lows FnR and Mrs. Gerree S. Dow- i meeiniB. including a tower, enlarged audience j The trustees under the will are auth- ley. presiding. Musical sections, pi-; There are many ways of ostablish room and parlor for sociable and mid- lOrized to erect and renduct a hospital ano and violin, were finely rndered bv Ing a home some people secure the week services, was re-dedlcated Sun-l"for temporary treatment of strangers , Miss Harriet Holden, and Oiiy Jones, house and then find "the woman" to day with appropriate exercises. At 'and local Invalids peculiarly situit-! Miss Ellen ShTmsn. and Wales Hold- put in It: others find the woman and the morning service, which took place ed" but the terms of the will, accord- en. A very Interesting paper wn road then -ecure a house. Unless the Fair t 10 30 Rev C. J. Anderson of Ing to Mr. Martin" Interpretation, do by Mrs. C. H. Thompson, and Mrs C. fax correspondent of the Burlineton TanninnTnAle 'Orange Ma.- preached the dedica- not provide that the money left In F. R. Jenne. president of the ermnnt tree I'ress is in errr. . w . hoi- 1 tipping I QOISa tory ,e'rmon. and he also officiated at trust to the town shall be turned over society. In lvhalf of the national so- brook has put himself In the latter I the evening service which was held at to the trustees under the will. If this city. presented Mr". lic Mendon. class by the purchase of a house In ' arp vrfr fnr i lit 7 30 o'clock In the afternoon a ser- Is so a special town mcctine will have real riichter of n SeMler of the Fairfax. v )UUIS IU "'"jp,. in Enelish was held. Rev. H. R- ,to be called to choose three trustees. Wnr of 112." with a pin. In the relic I There are two pictures In one of F. rnOnfV Miles tator of the Center church. ' M the meeting ther was considerable room wer a fin collection of war L. Lowe's show cases which Towns- v-iivy. 'and Rer L. M Keneston, pastor of discussion In reenrd to the kind of relics from the revol.-tlnnarv snd civil hend people will be interested In. One atr4 Rf-lJl ithe West Brattleboro Conereeational hospital to be erected. Mr. Hooker wars, mostlv of local connection. A shows the exterior of the Milaca State AUU i.VCiail I ... .-w. k.in, . tho Mtahllshment nt swerd Sronrhl over In the Vavflower bank, cf which Arthur RatcheldT. All the services were larrely attend- ja consumptives" sanatsrlum on ihe showirr marks of Its anient rM the son of E. R Batchelder. Is cash- The present pastor or tne swea- rrnnra? mar swen n iiij-miiunn -r ,it,i nn.i v..... .,.,u: " Congrv ratlonal church Is Rer. Os- j would be a detriment to Brattleboro fully armnred collection of Indian of the Interior of the bank, with a t- t.-w.h -hn rm hr rmm a summer resort ii not a menace j wnr. ifanri rr wn. r."r-ic ivm,- f'-- r" u r- - iMiuinuci anu Tubing and Hose re!t Strainers and all kinds of bins & Cowles THE PROOF OF THE TROUSERS IS IN THE WEARING. Wear a pair of "Sweet Orr" Union made Trousers and if they prove faithless in any particular, come and get your money of a new pair. The makers make them right in the first place, and also stand ready to make RIGHT what may have gone wrong. Prices: $i.0, $2.00, $2. 0, $h00, $h$0. Look for "Sweet Orr" on the buttons. E. J. FENTON & CO. Everything Man or Boy Wears CLOTHING HATS Always Reliable SHOES COKS HOUSE BLOCK Wisconsin two years ago. I to public health. bins of Putney, was a feature. one of the clerka.