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FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1906. WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, BRATTLEBORO, louGtffoK& Simons " . ... . . . I I 1 . 1 I II L i 1 FISH AND GAME CLUB tatiuiaw ammmH A WW Mi M'-XvV V,7 'r . 7 S? TU Jrfffft !U H0U8, life) f 7f BjHSt 6 mi. w i i. . . an 111 ir - i r r r i in lir. ar 1 "iimfti i 1 1. ytf.Oickn . ' grandson, who gave si. January Bargain Still In Progress. It was a record breaker from the start. The end will be as brilliant as the begin- As we take the annual inventory next Wednesday, all bargain lots must be closed by then. THESE LOTS WILL BE FURTHER REDUCED TO-MORROW. Nothing will be left if price will sell it. ' FINAL PRICE REDUCTIONS On all Coats, Suits and Furs. Many of the advertised items show a decided lowering in price from the original figures. NOTHING IS RE SERVED. An absolute clearance that embraces the whole stock. Women's Coats AT $3.98 AND $4.98. Coats that were $8.98 to $10.00. AT $6.95 AND $7.95. CoaU tbat were $11.00 to $13.50 AT $10.95. CoaU that were $18.00. AT $1.98. Lot of odd coats that have been further reduced. Shirt Waists Further Reduced To-morrow we place all waists left that were in the sale at 39 and ' 49c, at Tour choice, 254 $2.25 and $2.60 Waists on which Sale Price was $1.98 to-morrow at S1.48 $3.98 to $6.00 Nun's Veiling and Bilk Waists at $2.75 nd S3.75 Handkerchief 'Seconds' Still a good selection from this big purchase. " All pure linen, part hand embroid ered, 25c ones for 12 1-2J 12 l-2c ones for 94 Dress Goods at Bargain Prices Heavy Worsted Dress Patterns that were $1.50 and $1.75, Sale Price, Qffa yd. 25c. Novelty Suitings, 17 yd. 45c. White Mercerized Walstlngs t 254 y 25 and 29c. White Mercerized Walstlngs at 194 25c. White Mercerized Walstlngs at 12 1-24 Superfine flannels and Eden Cloths, were 15c, Now 104 yd. 15c. Bath Bobe Flannel at 104 10c Klmona Flannelette at 7 1-24 yd Lot Panama Suitings, were 15 to 29c. yd. Sale Price, Q 1-4 yd. Hosiery and Underwear Odd Lot. Ladies' Jersey Wove Vests and Pants. Were $1.00 Se duced to 594 Broken Line, white and natural wool Union Suits that were $1.50. Sale Price, 754 Other Odd Underwear at 1-2 price. Lot Children's Cashmere Hose, pure wool, are imported makes, sizes 4 to 6, were 35c. Eedueed to 164 Other Odd Hosiery at 1-2 Price. Women's Suits AT $4.95 AND $12.00. All suits that were $10 to $20. SPECIAL AT $15.00. 1 Plum Velvet Suit that was $29. 1 Black Velvet Suit that was $39. 1 Blue Velvet Suit that was $39. Nothing Reserved in the Fur Stock Every Scarf, Stole and Muff at exactly 1-3 less. At these prices you make a good investment buying for next winter. Fur Jackets and Coonskln Driving Coats at cost. Special Bargains in Neckwear To morrow, all the 25 and 35c. neckwear left in the sale, at one price, Tour choice, 164 All better neckwear in sale, now Just 1-2 Price Women's Outing Night Robes Special: A lot of plain color Bobes tbat were great value at 89c, Choice 634 Small Lots of Special Bargains Infants Knit Sacques, 1-2 P166 Hand Bags, odd styles, 1-2 Price 50c. Chain Purses, at 354 15c. Beal Linen Torchon Lace, 104 y- 10c. Cloth Dolls, 64 Hamburg Remnants A lot of short lengths purchased under price this week, are ready, At 1-2 Price JUST RECEIVED New White Waists for Spring On account of the early call, we have had our spring lingerie waists shipped. They arrived yesterday and are ready for your inspection. Several hundred dollars' worth of the newest ideas, lace trimmed and embroidered. 984 t0 S2.98 Slip Waists for wearing under shirt waists, new this week. Made of fine lawns in pinks and blues. All sizes. Special at 75 ARE YOUR COWS SCOURING ? IF SO, USE Peel's Cow Wort. IT WILL CURE OR NO PAY. Cures Garget, Loss of Appetite, etc. If your dealer has not got it, send to us. $1.00 per box or 6 boxes for $5.00. Money back if not satisfactory. PEEL'S REMEDY CO., Flat Street, Brattleboro, Vt. Wp Tin a11 kinds of Jb print" V w UV3 ing an(j wor deliver- d when promised. Try This Shop. VERMONT PRINTING COMPANY. .!...., J !, nmnv mora will loin. Fol J (. ... .!...!!.. ....I Kv.lniv. lowing is me consiiiumm "f which will be proposed for adoption: , Article 1. This association shall be known as and transact its business under the name of The Windham County Protective fish and Game Association. Article 2. The object of this association shall be: for the promotion of fish and game in Windham county, to procure and en force suitable laws for the protection and preservation of food fishes, game, song and Insectivorous birds; the In troduction of new species and variotios of fish, game and useful birdB; to dis seminate information relating thereto, and to procure the revision and codin cation of the laws on the subjects when found necessary. Article S. Section 1. The officers of this asso ciation shall consist of a president, two ..1 :,ut. aaoriitRrv and treasurer, and executive committee of three with the president and secretary as members officio, who shall consilium of management! an auditing committee of three, a membership committee or 2d, one from each town in the county, to be appointed by the president. Section 2. In the election of officers where there is but one candidnte nomin ated for the place to be filled, the sec retary may cast the ballot of the asso ciation for such officer. ' Section 3. The presidont shall pre side at all meotings of the association and all meetings of the board of man agement when present, in his absence or when unable to perform the duties of the office, a vice-president shall act n his stead at the meetings of the asso soclation. The president may at any time when he deems necessary call a special meeting of the association or board of management. He shall fill all vacancies occurring in the board of of ficers or committees by appointment for the unexpired period 01 ine term. utu 4 The secretarv shall be ti, onrrcBDondinff and recording offi cer of the association and shall receive, attend to and dispose or as tne consti tution and by-laws require, all business that mav be placed in his hands by the board of management and shall be cus todian of all the records, correspond ence and documents belonging to the association and turn over the same to his successor at the expiration of his term of office. He shall attend all meet ings of the board of management and of the association; he shall keep in a for this purpose a true record of all business at such meetings. He shall transact such business as may pertain to the duties of his office or as he may be requested to attend to by the board of management. He shall issue notices of the annual meeting or of a special meeting or tne association when ordered by the president or board of management, addressing the same by mail to their last known place of business or residence and shall give at least six days ' notice of the same, action 5. The treasurer shall be the custodian of the cash funds and securities belonging to the association and hnll doDosit. invest or otherwise rh none of the Bame as the board of nmnnffement mav direct. He shall col lect and receive all dues and any other money dtie the association and pay out the same upon vote of the association or written order of the board of man agement. He shall keep full, true, and accurate accounts of all expenditures and receipts of the association and shall at all times hold the same open to the inspection of the board of man agement: and at the annual meeting of the association shall render an item ized account of the same and make an exhibit of the financial condition of the association, and at such other times as he may be requested to do so by the board of management. He shall give bonds to the satisfaction of the board of management for the faithful per formance of his duties when so re quested. Section 7. The duties of the audit ing committee shall bo to audit the ac counts of the treasurer and they shall examine the vouchers and receipts and shall submit a report of the same at each annual meeting of the association or at any time if called upon to do so by the board of management. Section 8. The duties of the com mittee on membership shnll be to se cure new members for the association, the names of same to be presented at the annual or special meetings of the association, the same to be elected to membership by a two-thirds vote of the members present and voting. When not in session applications for membership may be presented to the board of man agement, who may elect the same to membership by a unanimous vote of said board. The admission fee. of one dollar shall accompany each proposal for membership. If the candidate is rejected the fee shall be returned. Section 9. The board of manage ment shall have general supervision of the management and direction of the property, business and interests of the association. They shall secure as far as possible from our state and national government and in any other way which seems advisable fish and game for the restocking of our streams, ponds, lakes and forests in Windham county and shall use their influence in helping to secure the arrest and con viction of any person or persons vio lating the fish and game laws of Wind ham county and may draw from the treasury of the association a sufficient amount of money to defray the ex penses of same. The board of manage ment shall have power to draw from the treasury of the association a suffi cient amount of money to pay all bills contracted by said board, not exceed ing at any time 60 per cent, of the funds of the association on hand at the beginning of each fiscal year, un less by a vote of the association. The board of management shall formulate and present to the legislature while in session such measures which seem to be for the best interests for the pro tection of fish and game in the county and state. The board of management shall have their actual traveling and hotel expenses paid while in the per- OdiC I tutlon and By-Law., f 'rflfe'riM M H A mocting will take place in the 5SSS8 S-H Brooks House tomorrow afternoon v J UHri prh y g m -m , "I 1 'IW' tfllffl 1? J lf Mfl ''' Pl ' 3 o'clock for the purpose of organising WB ' ill 1 !' ) )MIM ' , 3 the Windham County Protective Fish A L!lgM Sfe HlP :WWSfflV J S ' and Gam. association. The member- - IwSqS S5f ft''WA" Qj ...u .f'nr.nl numbers 228. and U is K. f&dSSaSSM U I 'MiM I Ml J I fVwH? PSl . 8 Greatest Underwear Sale of the Season. Sale commences Saturday, January 27th, and continues while the jroods last. Such values have never been offered before and are worth double the prices we are asking tor tnem see our window display and judge for yoursMf. Come and COESET COVERS, exactly like cut. 12 l-2c il! PI ' ROYAI ' MMOtKMMMUm. DOWNS, like cut, worth fuUy $1.00, sale price 79c ROYAI UNUK.6ARIUNTS DRAWEES, like cut, made of good cotton and embroidery. 48c Corset Covers. Corset covers of good quality cotton, Trench style, trimmed with hem stitched tucking, also lace trimmed. Price 12 l"2c Corset covers of cotton cambric and nainsook, trimmed with rows of lnser tion, beading and new edges In laces and embroidery. French stylo, also V neck. Price 25c Corset covers in newest shapes, specially good material, latest style In laces and embroidery used In trimming; good 60c. values. Price 39c Corset covers of fin. muslin and nainsook trimmed with newest designs of lace and embroidery; many worth 75c. Price 48C Better qualities at 75ct 98C, $1.25 Gowns. Gowns of good, heavy cotton, yokes of lace and Insertion also hemstitched tucked yokes, and embroidery trimmed, many different styles and equal to any 75c. value. Price 48C Gowns of cotton and nainsook, trimmed with fine val. laces, also embroid ery and hemstitched tucking, value one dollar. Price 79c Gowns of finest nainsook, also of heavy cotton with the newest laces and embroidery used in trimming. Price 98c Better qualities In great variety of styles. $1.00 to 3.00 Drawers. Drawers for children of good cotton, tucked and all felled seams. Price 12 I -2c Drawers for ladies of heavy cotton, hemstitched, tucked and wide ruffle, also lace and Hamburg trimmed. The best value ever offered. p rice 25c Drawers of good cotton In regular and extra sizes, hemstitched ruffle, also hamburg and lace trimmed. Price 39c Drawers of nainsook and cotton. Lace and Hamburg trimmed; a great variety of styles.. Price 48c Better qualities at 75c and 98c if- ROYAL f ' MMxneAimcintr CORSET COVERS, exactly like cc ' 12 1-2: Skirts. Skirts of cotton, wide hemstitched ruffle with tucks. Price 25c Skirts of cotton and nainsook, wide ruffle trimmed with lace and Hamburg, also tucked ruffles. Price 39c Skirts of cotton and nainsook, wide ruffle, good full flounce, lace trimmed. Price 48c Skirts of heavy cotton and nainsook, wide double ruffle, tucked flounce, also trimmed with several rows of Insertion and lace or good embroidery. Price 98c Better qualities In lace and Hamburg trimmed. Chemise in all qualities and extra values $1.25 to $3.98 48c to $1.98 Our last underwear sale Is well remembered by our many customers. We are determined in this sale to exceed all past efforts and give not only better values, but greater variety. The above illustrations and quotations represent only a small variety of the styles that will be on sale. GOWNS, like cut, heavy cotton well made, 4i UHOEROARMENTJ SKIRTS, full double ruffle and c embroidery, like cut, 9f J. E. MANN, Brattleboro, Vt formance of leeinlative duties. The board of management shall render an itemized statement or tneir accounts at each annual meeting of the association and at any special meeting when called upon to do so. All accounts payable shall be examined and approved by the board of management of the as sociation before payment by the treas urer, and no account snail be so paid unless bearing the approval statement and signatures of three members of said board. Article 4. No salaries shall be paid to any offi cers of the association except as the same shall be fixed and determined by tne vote of the association. Article 5. Nine members of the association shall constitute a quorum for the trans action of any business at any meeting of the association. A majority of the members of the board of management or other committees shall constitute a quorum for transaction of business. Article 6. There shall be held an annual meet ing of the association during the month of February of each vear. and such special meetings as the associa tion or board of management may di rect. The date of the annual meeting shall be set by the board of manage ment and special meetings may be called by the . president or board of management, or on the written appli cation of ten members stating the ob ject of said meeting. Article 7. Order of Business. 1. Reading records of last meeting. 2. Auditors' report. v 3. Treasurer's report. 4. Report of board of management. 5. Unfinished and new business. 6. Election of officers. 7. Suggestions for good of the asso ciation. Article 8. The annual dues of each member shall be one dollar, and is payable to the treasurer on or before the annual meeting of each year, and no person is entitled to vote whose dues are one year in arrears. Article 9. Any member may be suspended or expelled by a two-thirds vote of the members present and voting at any meeting of the association provided the aforesaid member shall have been notified of such intended action at least two weeks before such vote is taken. Any member convicted of vio lating the fish and game laws of the county or state shall be suspended or expelled from the association. Article 10 The fiscal year shall commence on the day of the annual meeting of each year and all annual assessments shall be due at that time. Article 11. These by-laws may be amended at any regular meeting of the association, by a two-thirds vote of the members present and voting. THE CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT. Author of Law Say. It Wa. Not Aimed at Political Advertising. Curtis S. Emery, collector of customs for the district of Memphremairoer, who introduced and advocated the adoption of the corrupt practices act passed by the legislature of 1902, which It is now claimed forbids the publication of po litical advertising by the newspapers, talked freely at Newport. Thursday. Jan. 18, regarding the intent of the measure. He said it was not designed to keep out legitimate advertising con tracts, and In his opinion such an inter pretation of the law could not be made. The words "support and advocacy." said Collector Emery, were not intend ed to apply to advertising matter. The bill was designed to prevent, among other things, the purchase by means of a cash consideration editorial assist ance and influence of a newspaper paid advertisement, he said, decei nobody. It does not purport t '! the editor's honest convictions, shows on its ace the earmarks of authorship. As designed and fra" Mr. Emery thought the law was c stitutlonal. As applied to advertls he thought probably it would noi sustained as constitutional. On being shown the character of proposed advertising of P. W. Clemf political bureau, Mr. Emery decls. that in his opinion it did not vlo, even the letter of the law. He not at this time say that the liters-', which was shown to him might bo ! ther and openly support or advocar candidate by name, as he had not P ; , that phase of the matter much thou; I As far as the intention of the la f concerned it certainly was not deslf i to shut out the honest expression Y the views of any candidate or bir on public questions or candid;5 1 office. This means that Mr. Emerf not intend to have the measure at, to political advertising at all. A reasonable amount of food thorM!1. digested and properly aaaimilated wil waya increase the atrength. If your is a "little off" Kodol Dyspepsia Cure'J digest what you eat and enable the di organa to assimilate and transform l (UbW UBBUC'UUllUlUgT UIUUU' vuww. r. . . . . it . .Ttd - ouur otomacn, rseicning, nean-ou... forma of TTirtiVo.tlnn. Palatable strengthening. Sold hv Georre E. Gre'V1 g Ul ai b ai tK al in in J Tl SF A 1 -v V 1 .