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ml -r: i far. , $.00 If Nol Paid in Advance, "Let all the ends thou aimest at be thy Country's, thy God s and Truth's Slum k xxx. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1905. NUMBER 36 . i .. 4KSTS.KEETINGS, LECTURES . S BRATTLEBORO Wday, Sept. 9. liDford B. Kicaby V Bright 8,0 ami Merry WM. H. WECT if Jiihi led l"s " Minstrels ANTED, FOB SALE, TO BENT, Etc. WANTKIt-Hewtna; machine operators. Ma chines run by power. kteady work. HiirhMt lllem-amr!, niirp. I'liiuni ,.... fur table factory. Tua Willaru Mm. Co., Kt. Albans, Vt. M-m VVAKTKlt-MIIUmrjr ppr. K. Basoom, M Main St. rentloe.. Mm. WANTKn-lMaln anil line aewln- and repairlM. MimBa.au K. Ualkvui lk. Cruelty Block. ao-JJ. w ANTKll An experienced Jamm K. Hwikkk. cook. Mmi. WANTRIt An all-round cook, a chamber maid, a kitchen irirl and a table waltren. Amkrii an HupaK, Krattleuuro. 36-97 WANTED Sept. 1. a young girl to aaatat In general housework. Coulil attend feaool. If deaired. Mhi. B. R. Ai.LKK, Hummer, Vt. tf WANTKD Reliable young women a atten dants upon the inaane. No experience required. Addreaa Hkattlkiuibo Kktrkat. Bratllebori), Vt. 18-tf ARl'ENTKKS WA5TKI). Waho Mahpfao ti'RIMO Co., Hrlghtwood, Mua. in-ti c I .. i iK Minafrpl Mi :;., In America. eminstrei ori.'uiai.' PRICES: !ilff, children under U 2a cents, fetne, Office. (HAND PAKAW ' """" pf BRATTLEBORO Friday, Sept. 15 Q.8CAMM0N Presents The Laughing Hit of the Century THE REAL w Brown : I n.alonira in brilliant llmerrv muaitai ...o.-e.- Ladings. It is sparkling and fun l clean and wholesome, entrancing bnteruining. A ' .,,. ta t forget ine unto, ' bdehoro. one night, Friday, Sep- Wlo. . mAAn ISeserved seat sale opens "UD"V ning, September 13, at the Bos Of- t. L honest man with some com rlpftl of en- sn sense uiu , j p to solicit subscriptions ana ilect accounts. Good salary nd all expenses paid. Apply at reto E. H. CRANE Vice Brattleboro, Vt. WANTKIMmmedlately.two table-waltrea.-and onaniherniaUU at Linden lHli(Bi liberal wage. Addreaa Mrs. Ihklla J. Kni ii. HrattlclMro, Vt. W-tf NOTICE Mr. Hattie Warren will oloa. her ilreaamaklng room ana go out by day. Voetal to box 471 will receive prompt attention. 36 88 F RANK MOR8K Prof esaional hnu.ecleaner M Elliot St. FUR lALKi F IOR SALE A (food aecond hand Furnace, at a low price, n. n. r- 35 ae F 8t. OR 8ALE-30. l'arlor i.rana bwbwij Piano In goou conaiiion. Ayyij i" " ofi3e FIR SALE 15 h. p. Otto Raeoltne engine, dis placed to make room for a larger one, good a, new: an opportunity for a cash buyer. AA- . 11 M..KK. Halifax. Vt. Mj-Mm F IOR SALE Second hand office safe, Edgett Hit iio 17IOR SALE-One heavy two-nurse . . . truck, botn wnn new 1 m. nearly new: two single carriages, one Concord nranjr iirw , . hriwn. one act roV,le" l.ei;.roner double exprea; harneaa. . i. E. (in-MAX. JL)R SALE A few tona of bay in barn Brattleboro, JY place for .ale. Cda.. Laicg, Froat Place. We Are Selling FIFTY fyxall Little Liver Pills, 15'cents. rx)R SALE 100 Window Sbailea, moat of Ihem aa goou aa pew. r.wM -- noE. . . .. FOR SALE One horse lumoer wimuu nole and shaft.. L. P. Copklarb, West . - Innarl with T7WR SALE-Joh .nop. rui.y -J-'FKJ- i macninery mm Mihr boiler? Good chance for a bandy man. Might xcnanK o, " 1.. 1 A1. varkD BAT K RcholarSDip Ol WD wwna i Ftf.Scollege. Apply Utargw; , . . " - ...nmnl,llMi. FnR bat E Standard maaea 01 wst&: , u.. .m ; .'J n. chines. . a t Trnv Frn BAIE Two Mliburn si t wafon. rSuFland wagon, If arm wagon, 1 cart, I aet double barnesa, all nearly E. (ill-MAB. Suggestions ABOUT PIANOS. Advice is cheap but not always disinterested-j-our advice about pianos may be somewhat biased we hope it is. We know more about the pianos we sell than we do about other pianos; but we know something about other pianos. We know other dealers in pianos are not entirely unbiased in their suggestions. We do not make the only good piano, but we make one of the good ones. We know there are pianos made that you wouldn t buy at any price if you knew as much about them as we do. . We do not ask you to take our word for it that the bs tey piano will prove a satisfactory instrument for your home. We desire to let you see it, to have you ask others who have bought, to have you consider the repu tation and experience of our company, and to give you our prices and terms. We say. frankly, that we do not sell any piano, Estev or other make, that we cannot en dorse as being just as represented. From our stock we can suit any taste or any pocketbook. We cannot afford to mislead you. TQ'TTh V 0RGAN JJyO 1 J-- I Company Sales Department, BRATTLEBORO, VT. PRESCOTT SEEKS JUSTICE CLAIMS HE WA8 NOT FAIRLY REPRESENTED. Ex-Mayor Sp.llman of Rutland Ques tion. Attornoy-G.neral Fitts to Conduct of Bartlett-Proacott Cat Hearing at Newfana Wadne.day. I - F)R SALE-Both Barn 1 uu swve length s alao kindling in large , titles. Holues & Martin. TO KENT. FOUR Headache Powders, 10 cents. TWELVE Headache Powders, -25 cents. Svrup Hypophosphates, 75 cents. I'Esperance des Femmes (worn- id s Hone ) without an equal iur faule troubles. 75 cents. Thoao nnnAa IT II n TO II t.Pfid tO glV6 atisfaction or money refunded by books House Pharmacy i, 1 r: . , i Rrattlehoro. rrOKENT-Furnlaneanou.- -i 1 near Schwl and Main bt. ir M3J Mayl- Enquire no ' RENT-Desirable place tn Weat Brattle- I RIFLES from 2.50 up. SHOT GUUS for 3.75 up. A. E. WOOD, 8 Main St. Home of Derby Paint. f a sjnr en. new method teaches atuaenwv A , euaeea nuenny m h other sonnois. W&MU&WgS be glv- S!rdMBl8pruSeS,. U.artlolHirO. t. C. H. LDDY & CO.'S Popular Temperance Drinks Stand the Test. 4 Hrattieooro. ThTrvhofind it hard how bart It will be for J"" isu ince Life ma. VA,. -; Cen. AgtS., H- EA.TI 7ncR "brattukboro ONT Cu As N Ginger Ale. C. H EDDY & CO., BRATTLEBORO, VT. Pronounced Pure by the Vermont State Board of Health. Order of Your Dealer. celWelery . rielerv delivered We have some yroe. a week. Fre.li at the market WV'",.d Rood, of jM fl.h all the time. Tl, oSrS.rdlujJ. kinds.new lot just receiv Mat.rt.l.. WhelrTYouWant a Job k'rwo."--W.H.MOODY One of Brattleboro's Most Desirable Residences is Offered FOR SALE. .11- a n HARRIS PLACE, on Main Street, sien, with barn attached. Large, well shaded yara inquire of A. V. MAY, Real Estate Agent, Crosbi Block, icbbi Uf ZD Vl"1 ww- 1 Custom Grinding. , .hall do custom PLndH wiU bTp"' cenu rjer hundred pounds and" J f thCT vt?T n.r.neonAhd lowest price.. H. B AKU ANU our i w-- - - - feS-TWlSlA. Fir., come first f.rv'd. .RK. Brattleboro. . ." ,.h,T,d. No. 51 -S- ,der. receitea o, . We have a vacant room A R'-t orr0Urni.tuT.ct5oring. wishes to do any CQ F -"-" Seed Winter Rye. We now have in stock new Winter Rye for seed. . Ask for Prices. VALLEY GRAIN CO. CLOVER ' T1K0THYREDTOP Cain & Izard, Merchant Tailors BRATTLEBORO niiciMP.Qo COL LEGE! 'BUSINESS, SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHY. W need yoane men w IifiUbleeSiplonwn- vmnil,!.?g !Xta SS conatantl, Jncrng.. TJJ Th'cnH of Clarke C. Kltta v. Dan 1.. 1 p. 1'renoott of Venion. adjournt'd from Mondiiy. Aug. 21. at Rrattleboro, was ht-ard at iNewiane ncunwunj, Sept. . before Referee A. W. Butler of Jiimalca, ex-Mayor John D. Spell man of Rutland HDliearing for Pres cott. K. D. E. Stowe la nominally coun sel for Attorney-General Fitta. Tha runs Ih an aetlon of account hroiight to recover 210.68 from Prea cotl. claimed to be due Fitta for ser vices rendered In the case of Bartlett vs. Presoott in which Fitta was Pres cott's attorney. Prescott claims that Fltls did not properly represent him in the case and consequently he should not be called upon to phv. me was docketed last February, and came . u a. ...11 rm when Prescott Up HI 01c rtimi ....... fulled to appear, having- been unable to Hecure a lawyer to repmwn in. mi.A mui.1 Intr flnnninted A. W. n.,ii. n aiulltnr and the hearing was set at Hrattleboro, Aug. ti. J. u. "' -. . 1 iiHinm wo. rniHinen uv nw m.tt and the case was continued to Sept. 6. at Newfane. After looking m- .un n.ia uti.i (innrerriiiif Willi i-ma. it..rr,a Kariri.nt declined to take It up J " 1 Clnn. and Mr. Spelimun was e"K; then. Spellman has received the fol lowing letter, postmarked urauieuuru ti..r sir! Would you give your services to a lot of blackmailers m Rrnttitnro to eijibaniss a ominer .rnev? FRIEND. mu -1 t ,a 1 ta ihiit this letter was sent by Mr. Fltts or one of his friends. There Is no evidence of Its source and Mr. Fitts positively asserts ... .. .... 1..... -t,.,l invest nation. It .n have heen sent purely mi .Misies of publication. Not being sign , 1.... .. uiirhi in the case. eu, 11 intra "J "'n1' -; ,j Fitts was on tne wunenu mi.u .... thM. htfiiifu v eniietiouy. 1 ...,wi nil mieMtloiis nut by Spell- man, although ne oesireu u u a part of the record that as Judgment to account had been rendered in court .. 1.. ,i,......,i mutivr before the tne Ulliy inr.nn. .. , auditor was the specifications in the bill, the right to go mm uui -having lapsed when Judgment was . j 1. iimo the milt was renaereu m , ---- . brought. Fltts explained the Items 01 his bill, stated mat ne nau w -. . ... tias If Prescott would nay that much and that Prescott had refused. He truing uw " - to insist on payment of the full amount at this time, but he wanted a Judgment Spellman then asked if it was true ...... ...hii-. ih. Rnrtlett-Prescott case " k-i.i. hod taken a case for Ralley and Crown in which Pres .. a no tniutpp and Bart Cull WfciH imiiiru fc - lett as principal. Fitta admitted that ... ..i.,i,n..r thnt it did not E!. "w. work for Pres cott! Fltts admitted that his name xt Rniiev's naDer at the People's bank, but said that any claim Hftilev mlKnt n.ve imu u wm mow than taken up by another suit uruuRiii "j --- ,, Bailey. When the matter wm """ adjusted Bailey's share was " u ... Pncntt'a money by was jmiu vu. v- - ,- Waterman and Martin, counsel tor Bartlett, to Fitts. after paying Fitts s fee and paying Stockwell. , ia ! f v.n emit nt Kailpv ana Crown could have brought the results sought if Prescott naa mn iu. . case Kitts insisted that the one case 1.1 inrti.Aitif thp luaemeni m COUIU Ill iiiiiuv.iv- . - tne oiner m t".v v , ,4 ttinp.i that both Prescott prnwii knew the cir Hrt.mfi that t in omi fnnriiPT nr icicoio. - auiy " - inw Attorney .r-...,..... .- --- -,., un: No amouni m " will explain away the ract inai ... in nnilent ne the Judg- Znt whlchM had 'in his hands for Crown and Bailey It coum bv having Prescott. whom he defend ed In the Bartlett sun. aeiea.eu. After rehearsing the facts as shown by the evidence reported above, tne report of the auditor says: . "From the facts found above I find that Mr. Fltts was not acting In a dual capacity, as claimed by the defendant, and that Mr. Fitts did not. because of the suit in which Mr. Prescott was trustee with others, endanger Mr. Pres cott's interests In the Bartlett case also that Mr. Fitts's charges we in all respects reasonable and Just tor the work performed and that said work was well and faithfully done. But I find for Mr. Fitts to recover the sum of $125 without interest to date, instead of $210.68, as that was all that was nested of me to find on the part of the plaintiff, otherwise I should nno for plaintiff to recover ";"-"'" interest, as the above sum is the true balance of account. ...J1(... unfair methods have been practised by those connected wnn inn niano.nii.u of the ease" and respectfully requested the court to Investigate. Nothlnn was ever heard from the pennon. Prescott ciuim. tnai a iwri m v ....1. uhleh the referee decld- irni iiii.'i. j .. .... .. - - - ed the case was forged: that some, of the claims were auoweu on r.iun. that did not appear at all during the trial; that Bartlett was guilty of per jury: that Fitta was Interested In the Bailey claim: ana mat tne receipt n-i. k. iha Mherlff wan never signea oy lien. Kstey and S. A. Smith. Prescott had Bartlett Indicted tor perjury uj the grand Jury and a special state s a v nniluiorth. was appoint ed to prosecute but the case waa. nol pressed by ine court Main , " ii,,i h,i hn denied and after hear ing the allidavlts on both sides. Prescott has always Deen as an honest. Industrious man and hears a good reputation in nranieuuiu ami Vernon. He has had several other lawyers besides mis, a. r. Sehwenk. Kllsha Muy. John E. Gale and J. H. Senter among them. COUNTY VETERANS MEET. Bellow HAROLD HARPIN AND FORMER DEPUTY WARDEN TE8TIFY. r ultra eonstaniiy in..".., .ImmifcoiJmi . 11.. Twentv-fiveeapert teach, few---; .?S2!S2SSS? "TnTe-ring lecturei JLOxiY.y-i , view, of school room. ire. HiVhpst cash Drice paid for Pork. Veal and Lambs at the Public Market. vP cii p-ood meat as low as any one in the business. Remember our Special Sales every Saturday afternoon and evening. Try our Cream Cheese. ABBOTT & QEXKISOX BROS. ELLIOT STREET FOR SALE. House 1 1 Rooms. Nice bath room, set rane, set gas stove, hot and cold water on three floors, furnace heat, electric lights, modern in every way and convenient. ON ELECTRIC CAR LINE, 10 minutes' walk from post office, in good location. New shades to .11 windows, also lace curtains, draperies, linoleum and Brus sels carpets and other furnishings if desired. . TF.KMS EAST. Inquire of VV. C. MORTON, Agent, SS-as 61 Mai. St. or 13 Brook St, Brattleboro. fresh from Japan "Baskets and Novelties. SUber Soubrnirs mud Tost Card. Clapp & Jones, 73 Main St ..i.. i t D,uantt the defendant in the original suit now lives In Vernon, but was formerly a resident of Brat tleboro. He was and la engaged tn the lumbering business and Charles C. Bartlett worked for him. Bartlett fail ed to complete his work as Prescott thought he ought, and Prescott refused to pay until tne worn p.i.w done. Bartlett brought suit through n-oi.mon and Martin. He claimed some $900 and the writ set the ad damnum at $1,600 and attacneo. cotfa property. To release the prop erty a bond was given by S. A. Smltn and J. J. Estey to the amouni i writ. A receipt was also neia iff McClure which was signed by tne same parties and guaranteed the pay- ment of any juagmeni found against Prescott. The court ap nointed James A. Merrill of Rut and referee and a hearing was held n Brattleboro. Waterman ana ma..... found that a mistake had been maoe i .1 ...iiin,iinn. an nat Prescott 1 1 1 Iir pjn Mil. n - ' ' and asked permission to file new sped- I n. a 4-.. vsl st rhia anfi ncations. irescou uwi claims he told Fltts not to agree to it But Fltts axreed to It. after the ref eree had ruled It proper, and the new specifications went back through prac .iinirs nf Bartlett and I IV HII , all .11 " ' . Prescott. After some time, tne reieree filed . report with tne court allow... some $S.80fl. The report was nm... festly erroneous and the court refused to allow It. A second report was n ea later allowing about z.". nra"' a motion for a new trial, which was denied. Prescott s bondsmen sett lea with Waterman and Martin for $1,500. Prescott wa not satisfied at the out- - . k. secured . petl- ... ..IT" ' - - tlon signed by many prominent men of Brattleboro na venwn i"" - iM n-mtmsvn il.llnr I nmi ine bikii- V u.lf. " " ' . that -fnud. deception and Fninwabla Reunion Held at Falls Tuesday. The annual reunion of the Windham County Veterans' association was held at Barber's Park. Bellows Falls, Tues day Sept. 5. The weather proved to be most favorable. About 80 or more tickets were sold at tne crauieiwiu station and many more Joined the number at other stations before reach ing bellows Falls. Quite a large num ber came from Windsor county. At about 12 o'clock, luny ouu per sons sat down to a fine dinner pro vided bv the good people oi tne town. At about 1:30, the camp fire exercises were held in the tneatre puhuimk. r. t-i,.... . ,,.. holnff unavoidably ST.. HI. IH ,V ... Mi. "J - absent. Col. H. E. Taylor acted as pre siding officer. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, John O. Spring of Bellows Fulls; vice president, iiugre n. brook of Townsheml; secretary and treasurer. C. M. Russell, Wilmington; executive committee. Col. H. E. Tay lor H. C. Ktreeter ana coi. uwn Bond, all of Brattleboro. at " place the reunion will oe neiu ne.. year. . . n The secretary reaa leiiera Bell. Department Commanuer ""' Col. Albert Clarke and otners. Williams of Bellows f ans was . ..miirliuH that he felt It spetiiver nuu a great privilege and honor to repre sent such an nonornuio ....... Bell. He told the story mat m. . ...u .hot tia knew Gen. Hawley t be an honest man for he had occu pied a seat directly behind the gen eral for years and had never seen htm rrr' " :. . the contribution taae ... -,, o it wna nassea. bit. n""'" . l nn. TV1I intimately . . , ii intmnnmA with him had neve7known him to take anything but water. So long as w -- like Gov. Bell, and others that stand line . . hr KO lorl WH1 Vermont occupy the high position she does in the American umu.i. BtocKin, of Bellow. Fal .made exceiieni pr... ,ho n,A It a ereat honor to l" , iSoked ff'tta .; in those days for support so we look to ine """'"" r 'J-.. ioj in thA arts of peace. lO-imy 'V S. Palls sang The Sword of Bunker Hill most effec tively, receiving a nearty encore. V; r..r,A nr Reiiows Falls made a fine talk. Rowing eloquent as he spoke of tne greatness m but deploring the fact that so much ,. ia Ki.m cr none ill bucu.iii". arts of war than those of Peace. C. H. Williams, esq. urgea i"o -.- rades to appreciate tnemseive Pf . .. m... n t fniiv rea ze the great work accomplished through their braverv and patriotism. Dr5.U ' nf Rnnker Hill was fine ly rendered by Miss Leterman, Illus trated by taDieau. ir. senting the character In . costume of national colors. . . Congressman Haskins gave figures from the last published report show ing the wonderful resources of the B . ... .. ih iha snnthern mem- Iconmrv. im biuu Ders of congress still persist in speak ?" . X- "rh. iur between ing ot tne wwr -" - thi states." Not so-it was a rebel ion. It was war upon tne "uve the United States, we gave """"" words as to pension meters and urged all needing assistance to call upon him at any time. Pens on Agent, nugn nc..., . . t a irar-v hflTIIIV Veil! Chester, spune ... taking President Elliot of Harvard to task severely tor nis uirao"". which he denounced the old soldiers as "old bums." He spoke in the highest terms of the V. R. C. Ow ng to the lameness of the hour It was impossible Jo extend the exercises. Many others o hn .-mild have spoken ably and it was especially to be Re gretted that Gov. niiiuiwii P. -the Anrll Vermonter was not read as requested. Gov. Hottrook Is a.most the last surviving wt. -"r his love and respect for the old sol dier Is well known. The Saxtons River cornet band ren dered excellent music during the day. The gathering was most pleasant and successful In every respect. V.rnon Rogers Had Run of Prison and Facilities Locks Old Fashioned Only Honor Separated Him From Mrs. Rogers Oak. Oft.n Absent. The Investigation of the Vermont state, prison was resumed at Young'. hoteT In Boston, Friday, September 1. There were present Governor Bell, C. H. A. Stafford of Morrlsville and N. G. Williams of Bellows Falls of the In vestigating committee: Attorney Gen eral Clarke C. Fitts of Brattleboro, Judge C. S. Palmer of Burlington, representing ex-Superintendent Oakes and J. C. Enwright of Windsor, coun sel for ex-Warden Harpln. Harold Harpin testified that he was night guard in the quarters where Mrs. Rogers was confined, but had no keys tn her cell. He had never been in her cell and had never had any communication with her whatever. He only saw Vernon Rogers between 6 to 8 p. m., locking him up at 9 every night. He never saw Rogers talking to Mrs. Rogers, or told him he could go In and see her, and never knew of letters passing between the two. He said: "Vernon Rogers was not mterrerea with during the day. He could go to the enirlne room, the tool house, or anywhere he wished except to the workshop, ana ne couia nave euo.iy obtained wire, a file or any other Im plement he wished. The locks on the doors of Mrs. Rogers's quarters are old-fashioned. There was no super- . .i ..i n. , v. ti out hit-H ilnr Hurlnff the day and from where my father's desk stood in the guararoom mere wan im view or tne uer oi ceu w.ic.o Rogers was confined; If Vernon Rog ers entered Mrs. Rogers's cen rrom the north corridor my rawer couia nui hae seen him from the guardroom." "Consiaenng me uiu-uaim"- locks, the ease with which Vernon Rogers could procure means to make a kev. the lack of oversight ot the corridor during the day. was there anything to keep vernon xiogers n..u Mrs. Rogers apart but their personal honor?" asked Attorney General Fitts. .... "That was all." answered tiarpui. .r- .1 . ...... Irn nurl Aril? A II f hlS lie ut-incu " - --- father's desiring the superintendents position. Me saia ne imu uwiu Ing regarding the relations between v.nnn PncArn and Mrs. Rogers until after he had left the prison. Superin- m. M 1 1 .3 t 1 frit hlfl tendent uakes naa ran "'" office one day, paid him off, and he knew it was "up to him' to leave from the way It had been done. Gov ernor Bell asked Harpln when he left the prison, and Harpln replied March 7, and that Vernon Rogers had been put in suumry wu......... - March 12 as soon as it was found out about him. In rfeply to further ques tions from the governor, Harpln re plied that he did noi unuei...u 4anhnrreri for anything in con nection with the Rogers case. Laugh ter followed tne questions ney-General Fltts regarding Harpjn knowledge or oeuuuaa. said he knew there were them, and no enort was mauo -terminate them. He thought the air in the prison corridors was bad and the cells all poorly ventilated. John E. Proctor testified that he went to the state prison as a guard In May. 1900, halng been previously " TJ r the Rhode Island state prison. He remained at Windsor un til March 27. last. when, he said. I told Superintendent Oakes what I thought of him and left, because I was mad at him for not promot ing me to Warden Harpin's place, as 1 thought it belonged to me." Mr Proctor said he was a guard for j ff vnnnthn and snop- m year nuu keeper for a little over three years. During the three years ne Oakes visited the shop only four 7. w..DiADo rtnpftRlonallv he' times Oil UUaiircuo. - appeared when he was taking friends over the lnsutuiion. ah discipline were referred to Warden Harpin. "We could always find the warden," said Mr. rroam, un. never knew where to find the superin ,jnni Mr nnkes used to be in nis office for an hour and a half during the forenoon, ana raeum would not see him for two or three rtavs. Occasionally he was around in the afternoon: One day Warden Har pln received a telegram simins u ..u dinii Mr. Oakes was 11 1 H IttUici v..,.. - away but Mr. Harpln waited until he returned, rnai ninui ... va me he was going to Sunapee. He left ma in chnra-e of the prison and said If anything happened I could telephone to Woodstock. Alter me bciu. the legislature last fall Mr. Oakes was on duty more" . Both Harpin and Proctor testified that Mrs. Rogers had no women attendants. Her death watch during the day was a man. and the same was true oi uw night death watch. At no ume am she have a woman attendant, wlt- i iri,. i i t .... nflifl that at nesses num. . " v ' 1 ' L the Rhode Island state prison where he was employee great care wa ex ercised to have female prisoners at tended by women employees as well as by men. - wnvt VT Wheeler of Brattle- ."T...,iTtjw. H Vorce re- ceiver of the St. Albans Street Rail way company, on petition oi Jerome Marble of Worcester. Mass., and oth- Charles Dewey, the only surviving brother of Admiral George Dewey and three times elected senator in this state, died at his home in Montpelier, Thursday. Aug. si. Made from , pure grape cream of tartar, and absolutely free from lime, alum and ammonia. ROYAL BAKINO fOWDCR CO, NEW YORK. H.G.Cull.