4 THE BARRB E VENING TELEGRAM FOUND DEAD. (Special to Telegram.) Milton, June 12 Dr. Frank B Hathaway was found dead last night about 7 o'clocK sitting at bis office desk. Tbe cause of death was heart disease. Dr. Hathaway has been resident of this town for about twenty years and has always practiced inedl cine. Some years ago he took up the laa oi fruit growing ana was Known as being very suuceseful at, it up the time of his death. He was a graduate of tbe medical department U. V. M., In 1878 and shortly afterwards left for Massachu setts where he practiced for a few years and then moved to Milton where be has lived ever since. He was a good student and a gentle man always being highly thouxnc by all his townspeople. He was great ly interested in all things for the ben etit of tbe people and especially with the schools being for some time Sup erintendent of Schools. He was 46 years of age and leaves a wife and two children to mourn bis loss. ASPHYXIATED. (Special to tbe Telegram.) Montreal, June 12. Miss Mary Wilson of Edwards, St. LawreDce County, New York state, was found dead in her nom at tbe Turkish Bath Hotel here this morning. She had blown out gas upon retiring and was asphyxiated. NEW STREET BAIL WAY Boston, June, 12. A certificate of incorporation has been issued from the Secretary of State's office to the Bersbire Street Railway company. which proposes in connection with tbe company operating in North Adams to run a line from Vermont to tbe Connecticut line. C. 0. F. CONVENTION Rutland, June 1 2. Tbe fifth an nual convention of the Vermont juris diction of the Catholic Order of For esters opened yesterday morning with a business session In tbe Canada-American club rooms in tbe Rutland savings bank building. The session was preceded by mass at the Church of tbe Sacred Heart of Mary. All of tbe 34 courts in the jurisdiction were represented and there were 14 state officers present. The meeting was called, to order at 10 o'clock by State Chief Ranger, L N. Provost of this city. The commit tee on credentials was then appointed Reports of some of the various com mittees were read and accepted. After tbe reading of tbe state chief ranger's report the standing commit tees were elected. ' Tbe afternoon session which began aoout z-.av o'clock was also a .business session. A big time was enjoyed at tbe banquet in tbe Knights of Pythias nan last evening. Mass was said by Rev. R. J, Cahill at St. Peter's church this morning at 9 o'clock. Tbe morning session of tbe convention began at 10 o'clock when the election of cfflcers took place. MEDALS FOB 80LDIEE8 London, June 12. King Edward officiated at a long impressive ceremony this morning personally presenting 3000 war medals to' 'British soldiers for gallant conduct uiEarl Roberts was tbe first to 'receive" a ' medal and Lord Milner second. We find it necessary in order to conduct a successful modern business thtt as nearly as possible, each season's goods must be sold during that season, but find it impossible to sell them all and are determined to clean up all odds and ends of past season's goods. These broken lots consist of light and , dark colored suits ranging in price from eight to twenty dollars. Wc have selected nearly one hundred suits placed them on a table in tbe front of our store, and divided them into three lots prices five, seven fifty, and ten dollars. We ask you to examine the three lot, act your own judgment as to tbe quility and style. If you do not find anytbingoto your liking it will be all tbe same to us only too glad to show you. We wish to call your attention to tbe fact that while there is no c-mplete line of sizes in any one pattern, there is a perfect line of sizes in the assortment. Remember the prices five, seven-fifty and ten dollars. A. D. FARWELL CO., Montpelier, Vt' CITY NEWS. NOTICE All persons owing F. M. Waterman a meat bill are requested to call at his candy store and pay the same, or else pay It to Sibley & Urwins' delivery clerk when he calls. t. f. There will be a regular meeting of tbe Granite Polishers Union this eve ning at 7:30 In Nichols ball. Tbe regular meeting of tbe Merchants Association will be held this evening at 7:30 p. m. A large attendance Is requested as business of great importance will be brought up- Tbe Street Railway company will open Dewey Park next Monday witb Hunn & Batons colored troubadous of 16 people. Admission Is to be charged to the park this season as it is to be run separate from the electric road, Tbe children of tbe Baptist Sunday School are reminded of the rehearsals tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, At the meeting of the executive committee of the Barre Musical As.so elation, held last evening at tbe home of Dr. o. G.istlckney. Several import ant steps were decided upon. That of the greatest present importance was tbe decision to proceed at once to the reorganization of tbe cborous. A meeting of all tbe singers in tbe city is called for next Tuesday evening at 7:45 sharp. The place to be announ& ed later. At this time some chorus will be taken up for study and plans announced for tbe work to be done after the summer vacation. f Mrs. Joseph Junior returned to Cbazey this afternoon witb her little granddaughter Helen Marrion. Postmaster Edson of Wllliamstown left last night for Burlington to at tend tbe meeting of tbe Masonic Grand Bodies. About a dozen people left on tbe b:10 train last nigbt for Burlington to attend tbe meeting of the Masonic urand tfodies now in session there. Mrs M. D. Lamb went to Montpel ier Junction last night to meet a friend, Miss M. J. Richards of Dor Chester, Mass., who will visit at Mrs. Lamb's. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Seligman and rs. A. Bach left last night for their homes in Milwaukee. ion) suitor went to Middlesex on business last night. Mrs. L. S. Tillison returned to her home in Underbill yesterday after a five weeks stay with her daughter, Mrs. u. a, simonus. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Richardson went to Corinth today on a fishing trip. C. S. Currier and James Smith left last night for Orange, where they are oeguinng the innocent little fish to day. unanenges lor base bail games are numerous just now. Among them are tbe following: The Clerks to tbe Lawyers, the Lawyers to the Never Sweats, and the Merchants to tbe Lawyers. -ine newiy wrmea temperance so- dlety of Fr. Matthew League held their first meeting last night in Barry & Badger's s ore. It wan decided to name tbe society St. Monica's T. A & B. Society. Rooms were bired in D. M. Miles' block above M. Marron's grocery store, which will be turned into cosy club rooms at once and tbe next meeting, Tuesday, June 18, will oe neia tnere. On Monday night Hose Co. No. 1 held their regular meeting and decid ed to practice in two weeks on some of tbe hydrants wblch are on tbe out skirts of tbe city, to find out bow tbe water Hows from them. Tleer Hose Co. No. 3. held a practice on Brook'yn street last nigbt after which their regular meeting was held. Peter Veo of Dorchester, Mass., is itin bis neyhew, Charles Jerd, for few days. Mr. Veo is a retired baker of Boston and at one time was conMdered the best soda biscuit man ufacturer in tbe United States. He is now making an extended tour through Canada and the United States visiting old friends. The first social under the auspices or tne rnnepneas, a new cuss just or ganized, was held at tbe Baptist cnurcn last nignr, ana was a decided success, j ne following program was rt naered: rrayer, Mrs. Darwin Jones: vocal solo. Carrie Balch; reading, Jda Cook; vocal solo, Pinkie Lewis: dialogue, "The Sewing Circle, ' by five young ladies; clarinet solo, Master IsaoPerrj; reading, Margie Beach; selection by the ladles quartet. After tbe pr igram refreshments consisting of cake and lemonade, were served. H. S. Johnson of Worcester. Vt . EAST BARRE. Mrs. Chamberlain and Muriel left for Plalnfield yesterday. She will meet her sister there and go on to Marnet to visit her brother. Miss Clough has gone borne to Washington for a visit. Miss Angeil goes witn ner. . Mrs. McArthur and Lindsay, have gone to visit her mother for a short time. Tbe Ladies' Aid of tbe Congrega tional cnurcu noia their usual meet ing Friday, June 14th at 2:30 o clock in tbe cburch vestry. All ladies in terested in benevolent work are cor dially Invited. Rev. E. K Angeil went to Rutland yesterday, tie will probably not re turn until Saturday. Dr. Webb of Boston is visiting a classmate, Dr. Mayes of Graniteville. They were both in town Monday. . constaoie iiutcmns nas gone on a trip to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Geo. French is oh the sick list. Last Chance of the Big Bankrupt Sale . . , . AST o a SI!1AIj1!0E OF THE FAYSTON. Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Bettis are happy over the birth of a son. James Ingalls a war veteran who made his borne with his brotber-in- la Henry Backus last Tuesday morn ing. Funeral services were held at the school bouse in North Fayston, Rev. J. E. Badger officiating and the interment was in the cemetery near tbe school house. Two children of Mrs. Bertba Howe Hill of Los Angeles, Cal., are spend ing tne summer with their grand parents Mr. and Mrs. William Howe. They came with a lady friend. Mrs. H. E.. Wood of Wllliamstown who has been caring for her mother Mrs. J. B Thompson during her re cent illness returned to her home Sat urday. On account of wet weather several farmers have not finished their sp ing worK. J. H. Small Is enlojing a visit from a brother wno resides in Canada. 0) 5) SALE N. H. H., is Wal- SHARON. Mrs. Graves of Wal pole, with her daughter, Mrs. C, bridge. Mr. Sawyer of Felchville is visiting nis son, u. u. sawyer. Miss Alice and Harold Eaton of Woodstock came Friday to visit friends in town. C. H. Barrett, accompanied by bis wife, went to Quecbee Saturday to play ball with tue West Hartford! against the Hart lands. . George Day, wire and son, and Mrs, Charles Day of Chelmsford, Mass., are at Frank Welch's. H. C. Eastman of Barre, represent1 ing tbe Massachusetts Mutuil Life Insurance Company, was in town last Tnursoay. The Whpelpr and Mnlov law Knit. nas oeen decided in favor or Manley. Little Danitl, son of Will Rjblnson'. j i 1 1 i. .'. uieu mat weea. i Mrs. Flower is staying witb her daughter, Mrs; Sam K moall. Hn, Fred Freeman and Mrs. Frank Alnsworth have been vhitinir relative in rsroouneia ana KandMpn. o. s. wuiey is in wood tock as a juryman. j Mrs. Mary Fairbanks, who has been visiting tier sister, Mrs Sam K.mball. bas returned to Lynn, Mass. Rev. Mr. Small .f Derby preached at the Congregaiiuual cburchv1ast Sunday. Dr. Harlan Carpenter of S iuth Roy alton bas been in tuwn fi..r the oast weea. Ben Bascom and Lewis Harrington were in Hanover sundry to see Sani Bascom. Miss Mary Phelps was at E. B. Cbamberliu's Sunday. . Hosea Paddlefoid of California was n town last week. H. E. Tnayer was in town over Sun day, Thomas Woodward and friend of Lebanon were in town Sunday. At the Standard Clothing Cos Store Now is your time, don't delay, come at once and eet the 1 A 1 " 1 . . . . . 0 oesi oargain ever onerea to tne trade. The entire stock mu6t pe closed out at once, at no matter what the loss to us. Our loss your GAIN. Prices slaughtered to peicee, for your bentht to buy goods at half their cost. We must have the place vacant in 30 days, and in order to do bo we onct more give you this last chance to buy goods at almost noth ing. The otock is A No. 1 in evtrv respect. Best oualitv. good workmanship and latest etylts Dont miss it, come right along and see hat bargains there awaits vou at thh great sale. There you will find the hundreds of bargaim that can be found at our store. Look them over carefully and you will fee for yourself what a saving it will be to pur-( hate of us before 3 ou buy .else here. Bring your neigh Dors to this last chance. Below vou will find a few of the manv bargains that can be found at our store. Read them over care full v and vou will bee for yourself what a saving it will be to yon 10 purchase of u before vou buy el ewheie. B.i sc our friends and neighbors to this last chance. ....Bankrupt Sale now tofng on at Standard Clothing Cos Store, 174 Main Street, Barn, Vt. B5jl 1001 ... this is your last opportunity to buy goods at the last chance sale. Goods must be sold and vou never know what this GREAT BANKRUPT SALE means to you un less you call and look the stock over. MEN'S SUITS Lot No. 1 Men's Suits in black, blue and brown, to be s Id at $3 50. almost notnin , compared to the former price, 98.50 Lot 2 Men's Suits, all wool chev lots aid best of patterns, a eood bang up dress suit 10 go at $4.25 L t 3 Men's Suits, ail wool, .eaual to custom made, in up to date, btjles. Slaughtered down to 14.75 L ti Men's Silts in good wors teds, black, blue and brown shade?, that were lormerly bold fur til, now $5 25. lie su e and ask to see these suits. Lot 5 Men's Suits, latei-t styles. all wool, best quality, marked down to $o.L0, $6 00, 6.50, 7 50 and 8.50 Formerly sold 1 r $11, $12.50, 813 50, 15 and 1G. It will surpri e vou to see ni ctaeap ttiese sii s me marked down to Bring your friend!. aun LBigub rs to purcua.se m e if tuese suits Tbie suits include summer and w:n:er weights. Lot 11 Hen's Fine Dress Pants in latest patterns, made equal to custom taiior worn, to close at 11.70, 2.00, 2.25, 2.50 and (2.75. Lot 35 Soft and Stiff Hats at 39, 50, 75, $1.00, 1 25, 1.50, 1.75 and $2.00 each. The best made bats that could be bought. All shades and guaranteed nut to fade. OVERCOATS MEN'S PANTS is vi.sltlnj, friends in town for a few days. WE HAVE WATERBURY. P D. Ladd is visiting in Cabot for a few days. Miss JuHa Taft is visiting her bro ther in Danville who is very low with consumption. Hiram Scott is the guest of his bro. ther O. E Scott. A NEW LINE OF CUT CLASS OF THE LATEST STYLE. . . This consignment of Cut Glass is probab!y the finest ever seen in Vermont. Call and look- it over. WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Eyes examined by a practical optician free of charge. j A. G. STONE, 16 State St. Montpelier Misses Sanborn, Cnl drove to Montpelier Prof. Rnscoe lins and Murse Ttiexday. Mrs. Jennie Nichols visited in Montpelier Tuesday. , Harry Lease and wife snent Sundav whh friends in town: ' Rv. (i. E. Ladd preached his far. wen sermon Sunday. R. J. Knowlton has broken up housekeeping and bis wife will spend the summer with her sister in Charleston. Mrs. Addie Phillips is clerking Jn F. H. Lipard's store. Rev. P. B. Kelley bas accepted tbe call given him by the Congregational church and will enter his new pastor, ate June 23 or 30. The High School closed last Friday with graduating exeicises. Music was furnished by Wilder's orchestra. The graduates were Misses Bertha Carrant, Annie Grout. Jessie King and Harold Somerville. I Lot 6 Men's Wo.-kimr Pants at fine. Warranted nt to rip. Lot 7 Mollskin Pants at 80c a mir. Thee are wv ranted to be ot the best make and Lot to rip. Lot 8 Men's all wool grav strlried Pants at U5. The biggest bargain we ever i ffered to the public. Lot fl Men's Dress Pants in lteht and dark patttrns at 11.25 a pair. Lot 10 Men's Dress Pants, all wool nude to wear, guaranteed not to rip, will go at II. (i5. Lot 31. MEN'S Come and buy an Overc at for 12.( 0. 2.50, 3.00, 3 50, i .00. 4.50, 5 00, 5.50, 6 00,6 60,7.10. ,rtn mure ttian domle tue mi nev. In Summer and winter wtinis. Lot 37 Men's Suspenders at 7, 15 and 19c. a piir. Lot 38 Ladies' Roe at 7c a pair. Childreu's Hose at 9 and 15c a pair. Lot 39 Celluloid Cellars at 5c each, Cuffs au 15c a piir.' 10, Children's Clothing . Lot' 12 Children's Suits, all wk., late t patterns, are going fist at 98c, 1 00, 1.25, 1 35, 1.50, 1.70, 2.00 aud 12.50. Lot 13 Boys' Three Piece Suits, Long Pants, at $2 25, 2.50, 2.75, 3.00, 3 50 and 14 CO. be sure and bring your boy with you as you will never get another opportunity to dress bim In a nice sult'at sucq a low price. Lot 14 Men's Overshitts at 19c each. No ioe the make ot these shirts at 19c each. , Lot 15 Mea's Working Overshirts in doub.e breasted, plain back, black striped and liht color at 39 3 each. Lot 16 Men's and Boys' Dress Shirts, silk front, nice designs, at 39c each, guaranteed fast colors. Lot 17 Men's and Boys' Shirts, laundered and unlaunderei, at 30c. each. Formetly sold at 75c. . Lot 18 Light Summer Underwear t 'goat 19c. e ch. Fur Mtn ana Bens. Shirts and drawer-.. Lit 19 Men's Fine Bilbriggan Shirts and' D aer , a ;iso. tacb. Maae wiui rti.e m,k ui.sd. Lot 20 ' Mrn's uv nils xnd Frocks, to close, ati39i. eatu. Mdde strucg and guaranteed not tu lip. Lot 21 Men's Shot, made stn ng, at Hie. a pair. L01 22 Men's Working Shoes, best qualitv, at $1 15. Lot 23 Men's Dress Shues. at 1.10,81.25 11.35, $150 auu i-t'O. Cent's Furnishing Dep't Lut 24 eacu. ; Lot 25 a pair. Lot 21 Lot 27 Lot 28 4-ply Liuen CjI uc-. ;it 10i! 4-ply Linen Cuff-. :it I -K Handkerchiefs, at 3c. eacn Hose at 5c. a pair, Middlesex Hose, in Mul and brown snarled at 11X'. a pair. Lot 29 All woul Hose to go at I !'o. a pair. Lot 30 2feckties, latest design, at 10c. eacn, 3 for 25c. Lot 31 Ties, made of best quality, at 1 9c. each. Lot 32 Mackintoshes to go at $1 90 each. Box Coats. Lot 3 J Umbrtllas. to close, at .'!c. aod'ISc, each. Fast black and will nut 1 aK. Lot 4 All of '( ur Trunks, Bags. Jawtlry, Gloves, aud in fact even-article, in our store. WILL BE SOLD AT 45C0N THE DOLLAR Come early and get the first choice at the gCo's Standard Clothin Store, Quinlen Block. Barre, Vt 114 MAIH STREET. Look for the bis sign across the sidewalk. Remember the olace. A. L. ABRAMS, Assignee.
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