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"Let all the ends thou aimest at be thy Country's, thy God" s and Truth's. Price Five Cents Per Copy. OLUME XXX. MiATTLEDOIlO, VKKMONT, Fill DAY, MARCH 31, 1905. NUMBER 13 SEMENTS.- MEETINGS, LECTURES JDITORIUM, BRATTLEBORO. ifurday, April 8 MATINEE AND EVENING IN THE UNNY SOUTH COMPANY Their Own Band and Orchestra INCSOF OON TOWN OMEDY lie K U and See a Realistio Picture SLAVERY DAYS Buck & Wing Oanceri Cake Walkers & Pickaniniea Plantation Dancer ubilee Singers & Coon Shouteri Quartette (male at remaiej Musicians Guitarists & Banjoists a Grand Finale of 30 People to-date in tveryining of Up- ch out for the Big Street Parade. ickets go on sale April 6th. NTED, FOR SALE, TO RENT, Etc. VENTED Coupons from the Boston Herald ' ' may be handed to the Sunday news boys ., A. Howaui). " to . ,..t i I'Al'vnVIT&a Vnnnff wnmsn thlllU i.,,.,.... ...... B .. . I .. , , , li in, n.ra fnf If. clrl of eiirht. Write Riving qualifications .mew, Kkfokmkb Office. 13-tf IfANTKD (iooa launnress to uo laiimy AY washing at ner own noine. dhwij worn, tui nav. Anulv by letter. -. i Hrauieooro, rANTEH-An honest, temperate ana in A dimtrious single man to peddle milk aui Irk on tarm. Keierenues icqmn.-u. if. v i . r i..u ia-'t ureeuimu, ...(.on. IT ANTED A hnarried man to acta hostler isr Hamilton. - tNTKIi Situation, American man, age 45. irood health, strictly honest, no rum or ii.. at.... L, .....v..... ltna LICCO. 1111 lillUliy. JIIAJl, nwuimti y,.w. TANTEP-Talile boarders. KIN8, (I High St. MB8. A. Hop 11 Jit TANTEI1 A girl for general housework 1K11KAIK ffl. WANTED. ...:i. ... ......I.. t..fl..h nmninn tT Knn.iijlh fllir (IIIB III SlU'lJ J it,,'", ............. , iw method teai'Iies students to ipaik these lan- . ,1 .1.. in n aim,, HlllA la tlltW llSPlI fit .Ipiiioiistratioii with a free' lesson will be giv ifiiesiied. People going abroad will ccr- UK HIU'l III linn w ..f,,,...... ......... Isfof one ur more of these languages. V rite e . 1 .1. .n.H..llnn ,if till, nipt II. HIT ll-'I ill!. HIIU n uniu'linu nun... ... w .w of teacliinir. E. M. Douglas. 6 Spruce St., utlflioro. t. FOR SAI.K. fclOR SALK Two Milburn wagons, 1 Troy wagon, 1 Rutland wagon, 1 iarm wagon, i t, 1 set double harness, all nearly new. G. (Jil.mh.v. IS-" buli SALE My farm of 160 acres in West liunimerston, Known as wie vuauru wn u. There is enough standing timber to pay it, a lame fruit orchard and the soil is very idurtive. A first class summer home. Also, gem of a farm in Vernon, known as the rench farm. It will keep 12 cows. W. It. loLrm.E. ll-ti I0H SALK At bargain prices what parlor stoves anil oil heaters we have left. Sec Iml-hand ranges and heaters at very low prices. AM.EY rWOTHEIIS. EV)R SALK Pics and shotes; also one pair second-hand team harness. L. H. . Rll lUHMON. and K. 44-tf E S T E Y Alii Hitched e A L'e hitched to a compli ment it the most dan gerous. Don't listen when they say, "The Esteys make a splendid organ, but they don't know anything about piano making." Compliment LSTLY ORGAN COMPANY SXLES DEPARTMENT. BRATTLEVOR.O. VT. You Can Save Something Every Day With A New piano in perfect conuuion. Aaurees PHP QAI F Qircn POTATOES. Several variotit'S which consist of the follow- it mi u. i lit r.:iriv r;iiiiiiiiiii. mo caincnu stixitalnPTuwn in tliis section. The Early , carman ao. 1, country uemienian aim mo enimnt (iold Coin. Tlil is a medium late iifutfi an nvLn rw.ljlin and HQ till (7 BTtfl i'W nil tlifi initrkPt: Ain a. ff va lllishpls Ol 6at- T)P tKifatncs Nnrnttnii no fro?.pn. All No. 1 i lid iifiv 'riiAB ruriir :. .. r I mi rn. 131 Western Ave., Brattleboro, Vt. H-tf FOR SALE. ORSES ! HORSES ! ""'"hi: rti, my ntnuin Jiwiiunji iiiBivuM- .u luau fit ursc class norses. hub KBUTOuniBtB an w:ii kiimiiioii t.t nio titr n i riniiuiHriHiii. ivDfrro. rail and see. Telephone j-hkw ! I'AtnwKht. K. Northtield, Maws. 12-3t "Makes Cooking Easy" lftur Old Range taken inExcAaiye EMERSON & SON, BRATTLEBORO, VT. TO RENT. witll stork and tools. Iiiinlire. l'6 VEKNOS ', oiAiueiKiro, v t. IDtv . . 1 . j j f iuiiiii ui'liluu, iiai ii nnu ,llnnln . U V HlMt. m&Co. 13-tf 10 KENT Kight room cottage finished in ..am Moon, running water, uarn uiu biku I- tm.A I r . "ti a .7 .... A'. iiu umue lor uuuury. is. n . tuum 13-tr inom HO KEXT-fiood I 1'ooLlTTl.E. flat on first floor. W. G. 11 -tf WANTED Everybody to know of the gradual and steady growth of Brattleboro. and that to day there are very few if any tenements in the village. - - i j u w Know m. I' Fny hn o ns mu, Heal i ate in the Tillage "e lives out tif town b re his business th ro dispose of his Interests here and uwef.ire offers at a great bargain his tenement '1erty (.jyinp 5 and 6 per cent interest. This llny is ,n Koo, cnnditl.ni and situated on 'be principal streets and rented to rood ,jl " you want a home or an inTestnient I- cau or write us and we will show you tne S. W. Edgett tc Co. EW ENGLAND REAL ESTATE AGENTS Brattleboro, Vermont Send for List. c il-WEMmmW "IF DERBY lillffl DEBI v flwawh-Y ' l carry in stock 85 shades of Derby Paint, English Tinted Lead, Gypsine-Star Kal .omine Butcher's and Beehive Floor Wax, Parrott's Vanush, Brushes, all kinds; Euby Bub, best poluh in the world. A f uU stock of shelf hardware and paint supplies. NEW HARDWARE STOCK ai wnnri main street CET MY PRICES. INSURANT p.nnvTn mil t kw f if voor rmcity to r It " "re in it results. Kith year, doing B?,1. National Life Ins. Co. ol VS. ai E. TAYLOR A SON, Cn. Agtfc, y:w b.hnnl vrftdnatea and others are txigu e at naaiv BUSINESS COLLECE la learn ihobtsssb . m J ., ., 1 In.., ,ir , v w - - - preparation iu. pw. a t K smerlor teachera. fiOO graduates secure positions 1 ."1 fduXT7 enre rear. K gold 1. receded. tint. v.iuaoic "---- . , lnr ,rhrrs and otheis. Jlluitraiea EapoBUona. ft HolTi At,AKT. K. Y. YOUNG MEfH THOS, MCVEIGH IS MISSING MAY HAVE FALLEN INTO WEST RIVER DURING LAST NIGHT. Was Employed as Night Man at the West Dummerston Power Station of Brattleboro Gas Light Co. Heard from Last at 11 Last Night. Thulium McVeigh, night man at the power houoe of the Urattleboro Gas Light company 8 (lam in went uum- ini rstim. In niiHHiiig and fears are en tertained that he may have fallen Into the West river and been drowned. NEWS BRIEFS. The Hollows KallH Times has bought the Walpoie Gazette and Cold Hlver Journal, formerly editions of the Claremont, N. If., Advocate. The TlmeH will have been under its present rmiimgi'inoiit 10 years May 1. Revlned returns from the towns of Vermont show that on the local option llcenne vote at the March election, 34 towiiM and cities voted yes and 212 no. The total vo.te Bhows a no-llcene ma jority of 6,020. HINSDALE AND THE BREWERY. Hiram Stoddard was instantly killed In the Grittlth and Nathaniel slate quarry at Poultney Friday eve mug, March 24. A large box was be lug lowered into the pit and struck The last heard from Mr. McVeigh was him. He Is survived by a wife. nt 11 o'clock liiat evenlnir when A. O Johnson, night engineer at the Unit- Mrs. George Cooper of Ilarre cut her tleboro power hounc. received word by throat from ear to ear with a razor telephone from the West river Htatlon nue sunernig iroin iiieianciionu yes- thiit tho wilier was r sinir iriow v and leruay. Tnirty-iwo initcnes were re- thut the West Dummerston Htatlon quired to close the wound and she could furnish sufficient power for the may recover. IShe Is 34 years old and entire system. About 3 o'clock this has five children. mn mini? the llirhtH in the local station hcrnn to irrnw dim mid JohiiRon tried Major H. Edward Dyer of Rutland to mil Mi-Vele-h to find out the cause, has Just completed a four months' n n nniililo to raise him. however, course of military instruction at Kort although he tiled at Intervals until fctnan Allen and Is the only officer or r, an the Vermont National Guard to take When .Tnsenh Ijimonth. the dav man mis course or siuciy. Me win tane at the West Dummerston station, went higher subjects at the fort next year. on dntv nt fi:3i this mornlnir he found th iiitk n the r usua order but no v. . ouoin oi nuuanu nas pur trneea of McVeieh. Lamonth made a chased, solely for astronomical pur- careful search, in the vicinity of the poses, the highest power telescope in nower house and dam but was umible the state. The objective lens Is the to find nnv aiirns of the nlcht man. last of Its kind made by John Byrne, M. Veiirh'a dinner nail was In its usual a lens manufacturer of International place on a small table in front of the repute, who died two years ago, and switchboard and his tiipe ana tonacco is nv niciiea hi uiameier, 4av near by. but his coat was gone. Lamonth at once went to aicveigns Mrs. Frederick fi. Houien, tne eiu- house to see If he had gone home but est daughter of henator Redllelu Proc nothing had been seen of him there tor, died at her home in Brookllne, since 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mass., last night of cerebfo spinal Word was then sent to Brattleboro, meningitis, otherwise known as spot- and Henry K. Brown, superintendent ted fever. Mrs. Hidden had been 111 of the local station, started for West for several days, but not untH Wed Dummerston about 9 o'clock this nesday that the nature of her illness morning. was determined The emnloves of the uas Llgnt com nanv fear tnat iueveign may nave The two-vear-o d chi d of Sir. and gone out to inspect ine nam during ine Mrs. William Crlmmlns of Northtleld night and fallen into the river. The met with a painful accident Saturday, Ice above the dam went out about au March 25. The chHd found a bottle minutes before six yesterday after- 0f carbolic acid and turned the con- How Residents of That Town Feel in Regard to Gale & Co.'a License. It has developed that since Brattle boro has voted no license, every effort Is being made to bring Influence to bear upon the New Hampshire state board of license commissioners to have them refuse the renewal of the license of Fred C. Gale for the sale of liquor at the Island place, so called, the brew ery. This effort takes the form of a petition circulated in Brattleboro which will probably be given to Gov. Bell to be given to Gov. McLane and in that way, through political Influence. It is hoped the result will be obtained. Now to the people of Hinsdale this is distinctly not a question of license or no license, prohibition or selling, but the whole thing to be decided Is wheth er we wish to be dictated to by Brat tleboro. So far as fair minded men have ex pressed their views, It would seem that the Island has been run In a satis- ICE OUT OF THE 8TREAMS. Connecticut and West Rivera are Now Clear and at Flood Height. The extremely mild weather of the past week has brought spring along with a rush, and If the last three days of the month are Indicative of what may be expected the next. April will be a period of mild, sunshiny days with now and then a shower to settle the dust. Since Sunday the snow has been disappearing rapidly, and al though there is yet a auantltv left In the woods the fields and highways In the vicinity of Brattleboro are rapidly assuming a truly spring like appear ance. The Ice In the West river as far as the dam at West Dummerston went out Sunday but with very little of the spectacular exhibition that usually ac companies Its breaking up. The water was not high enough to bring the ice Into the roads at any point, and no damage was done to the pumping sta tion which hardly ever escapes more or less battering. The Ice In the pond noon without doing any damage, and tents uiion its face and hands, caus there is no reason to think that any- Ung severe burns. It is not known thing unusual could have happened who left the acid as the family was since then. not aware that It was there. Peter Hopkins and W ill Schorllng visited the power station nbout 9 The first annual meeting of the Fish o'clock last evening and found things and Game club of Bennington was held in their usual condition. iceign Friday evening, March 24. at which was on duty at tnat time and nppar- a const I union and bylaws were adopt ently In good health and spirits, al- ed declaring for the protection of fish thoueli comrrfailling of a slight cold, and trame and the sunnort of the state He wore a black suit and a dark red, laws on that subject. A full board of sweater. McVeigh is about sa years officers was elected. The club con- old and has a wife and three children, sists of 150 members among whom are who live in west inimmersion a many leading citizens. short distance from the power station. He formerly worKed as a painter out President Roosevelt will issue a had been employed as night man at proclamation inviting foreign nations to participate in an exposition to be held In 1907 in the vicinity of Hampton Roads in celebration of the settlement of Jamestown. Va.. in compliance with Man Blown Through Earth, Water L request from General Fitzhugh .Lee, factory manner, Mr. Gale living above the dam had not gone out yes- stricuy up to tn law in tne conauct teraay noon but the river above had of his business. As the sentiment of cleared and the ice Is so softened by the town, expressed by vote is Indubi- the rain and warm weather that no tably in favor of the control of the damage Is expected liquor traffic by the license system, Connecticut river cleared as far up ine oniy reason mat may pe aovancea as tne mourn or west river Sunday. for the revocation of this license is and since that time more or less ice the proximity of the place to Brattle- has been coming out between here and boro. Now BratUeboro has made no Bellows Falls. The Ice above the dam effort to petition the license commls- at Bellows Falls went out between sloners of Guilford or Putney to pre- nine and 12 o'clock Wednesday night vent licenses oeing granted, in other and the river Is now supposed to be towns along the Connecticut river we clear as far north as White River June fall to find an instance where a Ver- tion. During Wednesday night the moni license town nag prevented sell- river rose rapidly and was unusually ing to any neighboring New Hamp- high yesterday morning, receding about shire no license town. a foot during the day. The interest we have voted the disposal of our which formerly centered In the old toll license money, presumably $1000, to bridge's fight against the flood Is now the reduction of our floating debt. This gone, and comparatively few people town g snare win pe very materially taxe tne trouble to look at the river. reduced if the $1500 now paid by F. C. The Ice in Whetstone brook went Gale were dropped off. wThlle every- out Sunday and Monday, and on the one of fair mind is ready to do aH pos- following days the stream was at its sible to prevent Intemperance, we fail greatest height, although nowhere near to see why we should not endeavor to the mark It set in former years. prevent this attempt on the part of our neighbors to reverse the town's pollry. whom. If we remember rightly have not been over zealous to assist us in our troubles. Brattleboro seems to have assumed in times past that we are a race of barbarians and now that they have voted no license they wish to car- FIFTH CLASS LICENSES COUNT In Determining the Number Granted in Any Town or City. Some would-be liquor license hold ers will undoubtedly lose hope before the station since last August. A QUEER EXPERIENCE. ry their will to the administration of Ior l appears tnat less licenses Hinsdale. Perhaps by devoting them- wi" be granted than usual. Accord selves entirely to their own affair for ing to a letter from Attorney General the next year, they will by sheer force Clarke C. Fitts received recently by or examine nave socn a r oan town i mi-tr a nuuiucv xvuueri a. ijuwrence with no drunkenness and no Honor sold. f Rutland county and made public tnat Hinsdale will be glad to vote no J. me new jaw says mat ine license and place this town on the same high moral plan. At least let us hope so but we doubt it. Hinsdale, N. H., Herald. NOT OF INDIAN BLOOD. total number of authorized licenses shall include those of the fifth class. Attorney General Fitts expresses his opinion of the law as follows: "The law of 1902, act No. 90, section No. ,19. expressly excluded licenses of the fifth and sixth classes from the number which might be granted, as limited by section No. 18 of the act. This exception seems to have been and Air Emerge Little Hurt, Richard Oeedoll. a laborer, WAS blown through a break In a tunnel In the East river at New York Monday. March 2", by an explosion, carried to the surface of the water, shot 20 feet into the air, and rescued only slightly hurt. His escape from death seemed almost miraculous. Three of his com panions were rescued in the tunnel and carried out, all painfully, but not nerloiiMlv. in lured. The men were at work iii the forward compartment of the railroad tunnel under the tast river between Brooklyn and the Bat ten, which Is to be used eventually to connect the Manhattan subway lines with the Brooklyn subway lines. Two tubes, side by side, ara in process of construction. The work Is being done by the New York tunnel company. The Brooklyn end of one of the tunes has been extended about In reel oe yond the end of the pier line at the foot of Joralemon street. Twenty-two men were nt work in the tunnel when the accident hap pened. Creedon and his three com panions were in the forward com partment working under a high pres sure of air. In a compartment back of them 18 other men were nt work. This second compartment was not affected by the accident, as there is a bulkhead between them. Creedon was the first to ascertain that the roof of the tun nel was leaking and that the air was rushing out into the bottom of the East river, which was about 40 feet deep above them. With sandbags he attempted to plug up the leak, but as he did so the whole roof was blown out, and the tremendous force of the compressed air drove Creedon out through the hole. The upward rush of air carried him to the surface In a twinkling, and he l shot into the nir with great force. By standers quickly fished him out of the water. He was considerably bruised and shaken up. but was not danger ously hurt. Bystanders who saw the man shoot to the surface say that he was shot 20 feet into the air from the level of the water, and that his start ling appearance so frightened several Italian laborers on the near-by pier that they took to flight. His compan ions were dragged back through the tunnel by workmen from the next compartment. Creedon was only slightly Injured. He said: "It seemed to me as though I came up like a feather through a flue. I don't believe I touched the water until I fell back into it. I start ed head first, and turned a somersault on the way up. I suffered terribly from the sudden reduction of the air pressure for a minute after the out side air entered my lungs. I had a dol lar bill In my pocket when I left the tunnel, and the first thing I did after being fished out of the river was to feel for that bill. It was there." president of the exposition company, and Senator Daniel of Virginia. Major Curtis B. Hoppin, command ing the second squadron, 15th cavalry, at Fort Ethan Allen, died Wednesday, March 29. after an illness of three weeks of pneumonia, with other com plications. He was born in New York in 1834 and graduated from West Point Military academy. He leaves a wife and two children. Charles Freedom, one of the oldest residents of Proctor was found dead In the cellar of his house Tuesday, March 28, by his son Fred on his re turn from work. The condition of the body indicated that he had been dead for at least two hours. It Is supposed that he was attacked by heart disease while in the cellar after tobacco. He had not been well for several days. An arrangement whereby licensed dentists in either Vermont or New Jersey can practice in the other state without taking another examination has been made by the Vermont State Dental society with Dr. C. A. Meeker of Newark, N. J., as representative of the society in that state. An inter changeable license law, for which the Vermont society has been working several years, was passed by the last legislature. Winhall Johnsons Descendants of Englishman. The Bennington Banner has aroused cut out in the draft of the law of 1904, a note of protest from the scene of act No. 115, the whole subject being me jonnson muraer in vvinnan Dy as- covered by section No. 18 of the new serting that the family which fur- law. Said section No. 18 of the new nished both murderer nnd victim was law is clear and explicit in limiting descended irom -tne Indians. Mrs. the number of authorized licenses and .Maranda s. istarks or Bondville thus does not in any way distinguish be discusses the matter: tween licenses of the different classes, lour correspondent must have been or limit its provisions to any par- mlslnformed when he sent you a ticular class. It cannot be said to be horoscope of the Johnson brothers be- ambiguous in any way. I think the ing descendants of the red men, or in' word 'license,' as used in said section otner words, Indians. Having Known No. 18, includes licenses of the fifth them all my life from my earliest rec- class, and that licenses of that class Olleetions I know it to be false In must be counted in determining the every detail. number which may be granted in any The great grandfather, tuisna jonn- town or city, son, came from England when tne country was newly settled, and lived and brought up his family in Putney. The grandfather, Joseph Johnson, set tled In Jamaica and lived in that town until he died and his sons all settled around him. " He was a well-to-do farmer. Solomon Johnson, father of the boys, has lived for over 30 years in this town of Winhall. He has been se lectman and generally honored. His family has no Indian blood. The great grandmother on the father's side was French and the grandmother was Irish. Fred Johnson's brothers were all respectable men or all in this town, at least, except Fred, who, I am will ing to admit, has been a bad one. Confessions of a Burglar. The Boston Globe Sunday published a portrait and sketch of George M. White, now living in Westminster, whom it designates as a man who, in the course of his life, has probably stolen more money than any other man alive. The police of a hundred cities and all the thief catchers of the coun try know him as George Bliss or George Miles, through' his connection with a series of bank robberies, the loot from which reached into the millions. Yet White is now without means and is publishing, through a Bellows Falls printing company, the story of his criminal career. WThite, . who Is 70 years old, was born in West moreland, N. H., and was at one time Mrs. Mary Brockwell, whose three children died from poisoning, under suspicious circumstances, Saturday, March 25, confessed at Paducah, Ky.. Monday that she gave the children morphine and coal oil. The woman said that her husband was in an asy lum, and that she could not support the children. She also stated that George Alberton promised to marry her if she would get rid of the chil dren. Alberton was arrested as an accessory. His crime of shooting his own broth- -toti .Li w fnr th. nii rh.h. er has exceeded the. most barbarous ire raiIroad. He was a pal of the no red man. I believe as a rule they torlous Wark shinburn. now serving a don t kill their OWn Kin. unl.ni.,. In tho TJow Nanrnnhln state . New Hampshire Fish and Game Laws. h!h riice officials in New York re- Local sportsmen will be interested ceived thousands of dollars from his to know of the changes in the fish and gang for nllqwing the rogues their game Jaws of New Hampshire as a liberty. His prison service has beera result of the recent session of th legislature of that state. The open deer season remains unaltered but several open towns in the northern counties were added to the list. The bird-hunting season was shortened 15 days, beginning now October 1 in stead of September 15. This law ap- AT Easter Baskets Panic Chickens CLAPP Ducks Rabbits JONES NoTelties 1RAVK MORSK-Profe aool It Elliot Si. . . 1. . TOO .aiP7!- Butchers, Merchants and Hide Buyers ' Should write to Carroll S. Page, I Hyde Park, Vt, who wishes to pur- j chase their Hides, Calfskins, Sheep j Pelts, Tallow and Bones. He pays spot cash. He pays the freights. He , pays full market values. He wishes to arrange with some one in every j village, where he has no agent, to ii da..Op Ktmntle and tn rtirk llD for him Hides. Calfskins, Sheep Pelts, , and Bones. He furnishes money with which to buy and he keeps his agents thnrniisrhlT posted at all times aa to I market values. Write him for full , particulars. I YOU ARE INVITED to the Spring Opening of the latest creations in MILLINERY Tlonday and Tuesday April -4- Mrs. G. H. Smith Milliner and Hairdmser 85 MAIN STRE.LT The Maine legislature has passed and Gov. Cobb has signed the Sturgis bill, which provides for the appoint ment by the governor of a commis sion of three persons at a salary of $1,500 a year to go about the state and take a hand In the enforcement of the prohibitory law whenever they consider that any of the 16 sheriffs of the state are lax tn their duties, The bill further provides for the ap pointment of a special attorney when ever It is felt that any of the regular county attorneys are not prosecuting the liquor sellers to the full extent of their ability. The commission is to be allowed to appoint any number of deputies, and Is given free rein on the expense account. Saturday, March 18, the state of Maine was re ported dryer than ever before in Its history. Most of the liquor selling places hustled their goods out of the state. Even druggists In Portland have been required to. give up their United States licenses. Pocket ped dlers carrying a vile grade of whis key are swarming In the hack streets. Some charge as high as $2 a pint for their liquor. about 20 years. The Walpoie. X. H.. bank was robbed In war time, and about all the money and securities it held were taken. White was arrested, and the Jury disagreed as to his guilt. He was committed for a second trial, and his bail was fixed nt 4n nnn whito plies to woodcock, ruffed grouse, quail escaped from jail, and several years and Wilson snipe. Under the new hater entered into negotiations -Hh law regarding licensing of non-resi- the New Hampshire authorities to dent hunters the fish and game com- drop the charee. The deal was suo- missioners nnd those in their employ cessful. . White savs that for $2 000 have a right tn arrest without a war- which he paid a New Hampshire offl.' rant any non-resident person found cial who went to consult him in New hunting, pursuing or killing any wild York, the Indictment w hnndort htm animal, wild-fowl or bird, unless said It was immediately torn un. and he Poohl She Has Live Bailiffs. Vergennes Enterprise. Horrors! Brattleboro voted No and the water reservoirs are empty. About Making Gardens. . There is nothing better than pure Ground Bone in making gardens. A teaspoonful in a hill Is a perma nent benefit, lasting all summer. Enclose IJ.25 in check or postal money order, or in a registered letter. and a trial barrel will be shipped to yon promptly. If you don't need It all divide it with your neighbors. We publish a little booklet, showing how to use Ground Bone as a Fertiliz er in gardens and in greenhouses and to promote the growth of your flowers and shrubbery. Send your name on a postal card and It will be sent to yon Tree by return tnalL C S. Page. Hyde Park, VL , person can produce a license. The fee for such a license is $10, The flsh laws were not changed In any way so as to affect those who are In the habit of pursuing this sport in the Granite state. A large number of bills were introduced for the placing of screens in public waters but none of them passed. was thenceforth Immune from prose cution. A Correction. Editor of The Reformer: I have Just read your editorial in last week's Reformer entitled "Col. Haskins on Mileage." In which I dis-' cover an error, which, presumably.- arose from a misunderstanding of what i saia to you in our brief conversation. At the beginning of the third para graph you say: "When the amend- BRATTLEBORO LOCAL. Start your Auto with Energlne. Ask J. E. Bushneil why. adv. The mllllnerv openings heein next week. Mrs. G. H. Smith announcing mpnt was ottered in committee of the hers for Monday and Tuesday and I '"hole house an aye and no vote was airs. H. E llnnrnm fnr Sntnrilnv Finn, lumen, anil Mr. nasKins. DV nis own nell & Davis also advertise a dlsnlav statement, vote ISO. of Easter goods. 1 was nt present when Mr. Sher- E. E. Vanderpool was arraigned "S" '!eI?H!l "iTiJ0 th's fore Justice Newton this morning Ijfn" . If ' 'i "0t . i o.....' thereon In committee of the whole. i.ii me ii hi jiiiuxicuutm, niaii; s , . . , , . .. . Attorney H. D. Ryder appearing for ."i1., 1 h?V'e "ty," "t,ed 1 one tha' the prosecution The respondent d'd: 1 s,?t,f.,, to ou tnt 'he urgent third otTens nnd rr wl D5 me the prosecution. pleaded guilty o was .fined $15 and costs with alternate sentence to the house of correction. Vanderpool was arrested on JVhlpple street yesterday afternoon by Chief of Police Hall. When put under oath he disclosed that he became Intoxicat ed on some rum which he bought In Springfield, Mass., several weeks ago. in addition to a half a glassful of al cohol which he found In a bottle at L L. Dunham's house where he was cleaning yesterday afternoon. Under he statute Vanderpool Is now an ha bitual drunkard and can be made-to disclose whenever he Is arrested for intoxication. Fish and Game Commissioner H. O. Thomas of Stowe Is receiving letters every day stating that doers are mak ing great havoc among deer all over the state. He has recently received complaints from Bennington, Cale donia, Essex and Washington counties. mlttee on appropriations in the second session of the last congress, carried a provision to pay said mileage, and during its consideration in committee of the whole house a motion was made to strike It out; that said motion pre vailed, and I voted In Its favor; This was on the 29th day of January. 1904. Tou got the statement of my vote In this latter case confounded with the former during the last on third ses sion. I do not wish to have any one mis led as to how I voted upon this Ques tion, and. therefore, write to correct your unintentional error. In all other respects you have stated my position and action thereon correctly. Verv trulv yours. Kittredge Haskins. Brattleboro. Vt, March 25. 1904. C H. Thompson Is in Boston on a business trip. soar Bujra. Baam.sOBO. Vt. 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