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UUKLtM.TON KKKK PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914.
HAPPENINGS IN MERWIONT
(f nntlniteil rroni linne throe.)
prcachois' mooting of tin- Methodist de
' Humiliation, Mr. ami Mis. Louis Pol
I lmd have moved from Hie Chndwlck
IIIIIL'K (Ml .limit Hirct'l III ine nuu:iu
F. 11. Conner mi Pnik street.-Mr. nnd
t'ark visited at N. W. Rnbhlns's Weil-1 Mrs. S. R. Whltcninb, wlin have been In
nesday. iiisa Hazel Tucker lias tin- Nashua, X. II., fur two months with
'.shed work at the American House ! their son, arrived Tuesday to remain
and returned to her homo In .leffer- , for n few days hefore teturnlng to
lonvlllo. Mrs. W. 1. Wllley was I .Nashua. -Hdson Emory and niece, Mrs.
called to Woodsvlllo Saturday hy tlui Kllen Lattltner, who have liecli on n Vis
IllnesM of her son-in-law, Eugotio;tlng trip In Cnmbrldgc, St. Alhans and
iputlldtng. Oslar Puyno of Burling
ton wns a business visitor here Mon--Gcorgo
Hrady of St. Alhans has
iced work for the Wllley Broth
M L. Weston if the Main Street
store will this week Install In
lure a lunch counter. Mr. nnd
V. M. Smith spent Sunday and
I'ml Bancroft, whose hinriiand
.. re at the sanitarium from in
. v ncrlved In an .lutomohllr accident
i South Itojallon lias hrought a suit
hum Arthur dun of Montpeller to
n i r tlo.OJii daman
i.ir Mr. Cola was driving ornwrifd
nr olf the embankment. Mr. Cota
i llshed hall. M. II. Rumilll of Fitch-
eg, Mass.. for mans yuir- a resident In
own. died at the hospital there October
froin the effects of pneumonia. Mr.
' iinrill was born In Peru, N. V., TO yen is
mo. but when a very young man came
in Vi rmont to live. He enlisted In the
II War. wh m a boy of IT, In Com
,ir E, li'ourth Vermont volutiteci , and
nod throughout the wai Returning,
i engaged In Tannine as long as bis
s '.ngth permitteil and then went to live
ivth his daughter. Mrs Fred Davis-, at
M hbuig. IU was a number of Phoenix
ji'd'-c. F. nnd l.. Whitney Chapter,
M , llaswii: Council, R. and S. M.,
F H. Grant Po-t, G. A. n., and Beulnh
hartcr. Order of Eastern Star, of which
he was for many years an acceptable and
beloved worthy patron. He Is survived
l'v ;ve children, Mrs. Davis of Fltch
b irjj. with whom he lived, Mrs. George
1 1 itchln of San Diego, Cal., F. II. Rum-
' if Northlleld, I'. F. Rumilll of Con-j
rud, X. II., and M. I.. Humrlll of Long- i
Meadow, Mass. The remains were j
rr. ight here Friday for Interment In
v ithvlew cemetery, the Masonic service
it g carried nut by the officers of j
' roonlx Lodge.
The death of Mrs. Henry
. "led at 9:Hn Friday night
umuni. Mrs. Holman was
a n. daughter of Edward
v nth Randolph. She
i "in the Randolph high
Stown for two weeks, returned Mnndav
nlKlit. Mrs. Lnttlmer's daughter, Miss
Doris Lnttlmer, who Is teaching In
Stookhrlelgr, was In town Saturday for a
short May. Mason Stone, State super
intendent of education, spoke Tuesday
'night befoie the Parent-Teneher ,1'sooln
itlon. Miss Mnh.'inna came from St. r
itnnnd Tuepilav to visit her aunt. Mrs.
O. I'. Northrop. Miss Anna Cnucltll.i.
who has been In lint tin rd for two weeks.
returned Monday. Mr. W n. Vlnl has i
dosed tui home on Main street and Is '
now with Mrs. Marv Strong for a w'Virnl
I weeks' stay before leaving for the win-
ten Miss Valentine Packard Is tnklng a
Miration from her work at the studio of
; II. I.. Patch and Is In Hrnliitir" with her i
parents. Mr. ami Mis Fled Packard. !
The Rev. T. Sparbnwk lint closed .
It Is alleged thatilils work for the (iingi featloiial Chinch !
In Putney, where he has been supplying i
the pulpit for the Inst lx wooecs nnd Is t
now at his home her,-. The Christian
Brotherhood held Its regular meeting
Monday evening at the parish house. .
This followed the usual supper nt seven
o'clock altd the Rev. .1. tl. Thompson ,
gave an address on "Our Relations to tin- ,
Criminal and the Criminally Inclined. "
The huslness wns the appointment f
committees for the vear a" follows:
Membership, .1. W. Raymond, chairman.
O. .1. Mnreott nnd (i. I.. Pwycr; mm lal,
Vail, George t.lnton. .1 1!. I. yon,
Lniuson.-K. A Hatch. 1 S. liilg- ,
wnvs and nnnns, O, R. Cnpehitid,
lno-ved from thu .lohlisoii
homo of her Hon, Etwlti.
Mil l.efu Rlcluuds of Boston is 111
tmvf. - Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brnhanu were
In Rlchford Sunday. Whooping cough
has made Its appearance among the. pupils
In the pilm.iiy room. Mr. and Mrs, P..
Field and son of Johnson Were the week
end guests of Mrs. Field's patents, Mr
nnd Mrs. C. 11. Newton. Mrs. O. H. Cur-
I lis and daughter have returned from Mn
run, 'Mo. Mrs. Ella Curtis remains In i
! critical condition.- Mr. and Mis. R. C
Kinsley are pniciits of a daughter, horn
I October 22, and Mr. and Mrs. Vv'. L
I Rhorlslceves of a son, born October 21.
i Mr. and Mis. .lullus licbols and daughter,
i Miss Huln, spent the week-end III Erioti.
; rirrln Hoadle has moved Into the Green
'wood tenement -A daliuhter was born
I October 31 to Mi. and Mrs. Charles Par
house to tho,?nd motorcs from St. Alhans to the Can
..-uutii tuii wnere lie ciiUKnl i.enu,
of Hub I
town lor i
Ficd.-ttc lelt S.iiniilat for
otoiailo.-Cliat Ii v !: S.neiv
'ark, a former resident, Is In
i few dny Mr. and Mrs. A.
are spending a few days In
Mis. Fieri Fuller of Northfleld, who
Is visiting Her sister, Mrs. O. V. Kent
of this clt, naves In a week for !.
Angeles, Cal., where she will pnss thu
winter with her sister, Mrs. Eva Cole,
formerly of this city.
A public fxiimlnntlu for the regis
tration of nurses by the Vermont
lioaid of registration of nurses will ho
held at the State House November 12
and in. Thn examinations will com
mence at ten o'clock the first day.
The result of balloting Tucdny for city
representative from six o'i lock In thn
morning until three o'clock In the after
noon when the hoses were closed Went for
naught, none of the candidates receiving
a liia.lor'ly of the voles cast, and n four
o'clock the boxes were again opened hv
the mayor anil the balloting stinted
afresh Hy agreement the boxes closed at
S::,o o'clock. The result of the first ballot
was as follows: Total vote cast, M'"!
necessaiv for a choice, 705 i of this niim
per. Horner I.. Fnrnhnm. repunucan, re-
i'1'ni'ii mi. iinrry nnunieii ncoeiuini, ......
ninrrt c. colton. progressive, .ms; v.. u.
c .l."t n iri.hlblllon, V,
Miss Ressle St. .lohii, daughter of Mr.
ami Mrs Alinon St. John of Merlin, nnd
'Joseph l.neourse, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
David I ncniirse of Holyoke, Mas., were
'tinltid In marriage Tticsdav morning In
Mohus, Mt. Pleasant Lodge! rusponse for
grand officers, P, J, Putnam, itrand truis
ten renderlnR unwritten work, O, H. Hen
derson, grand secretary; exemplification
of flrBt degree, Vermont Lodgo, No. 2,
Montpeller; reports of lodges In district;
social hour and tetnarks by grand lodge,
olllcers and others. The reception com
mittee is C. C. Graves, J. A. Faster nnd
R. J. Knowles.
Clyde F, Joslyn nnd Jessie A. Silver
were married at the home of the brldo's
pai cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sliver, at
Northlleld Center October 28, tho Rev.
J, It. Reunion of Itarre iiflleliitlng. The
groom Is a son of Fred A. Joslyn, a grad
uate of tho New Hampshire State Agri
cultural School, nnd until recently Ium
had charge nf a largo farm near C'lnr"
mont, N. II. M. W Cross, the wi stern
member of the granite firm of Cross
Urnthcrs, has been at the home olllee for
a few days -Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Grcncl are
keeping house In Mrs. Denny's house jii
. Slate avenue, recently vacated by Dr.
Judklns. V. II. Douglfiss has purchased
the Andrew Hernasconl house on upper
Vine street, and will take possession D -rembcr
1. Mrs. H. K, Reed has returned
from a few weeks' stay at llardw'.ck.
Mrs. it. W. Hovey has returned to Ilrat
' tlrboro, where she will spend the winter
with her daughter, Mrs. Dana Gllnnn
Local Forocaster W. A. Shaw of tho
OF TAHQMA TOLD
hrUidB. mtJNCfl hv i-vtinmirt lul lifMn
coiiHUmtly In tlio water
-Aiier lUKinir uio rem ucU utui ih r
kuuui Liiu iy iniii'H i Kiiii)' i 'f
IN COmOOVA'S L0C
Miles Ut Wreck of I!
Revenue Culler in Aleu
ui.io i.'jr'li ml lonu
t'risp Ii. 1 betti giVI
Insisted upot m bi
everv ivni poi,. .bli 1
of Ae.ittu i .hum it
, i 1 ccrt.i n
j ui ni , u
mid " i
i. . i ,n
Rlitlanil with their son, r. carter .1. ' """' " ' Fnlted States weather bureau relinrts
Woods. C. A. Shoro has resigned his Hieing performed by the Rev. R. J. Ca-in m0!l) ,fitll,,r.ltur(. ()f 4S degrees in
position with the Vermont Marblei'dll. They were attended by the parents I N-orth,.1( r,lrn- October, which Is
S'cnttlo, Wash., Nov. 3. Giving the
first details of the perilous voyage of the
rescue ship Cordova to the Fur Western
Aleutian Islands in search of th survi
vors of the wreck of the Ill-fated Fnlted
Stntes rovenue cutter Tnhnma, the log
of tho merchantman reached Seattle
aboard the Alaska Steamship company's
As soon as the heroic wotk of Capt.
Thomas Moore, commander of the Cor-
then In lattitiidi
tude 174 33 eaht.
dry clothing he
Captain Mooie in
hud better charts
trinity In his possei ,n,
was a great help.
RKSCL'FS SKVF.N MORI
"We arrived at mi.
Agnttu Island, at l I" .
blowing the hhlp'i wiu t).
lire nt seeing a bo it imll
It proved to be the dim i
of the TnhoniB, with -i -
as follows . A. Pi t:n v
change; W. Klrclihelmn
iter, ordinary senman . 1
dlnary seaman ; A. Shem s(
Jatilseh. boy, and I.awrTu
member of the McCullom.1
had been detailed to h per ml '
Attn Island. These men had li
At-attu island I'Vld.iy ir iming, S
b, r 25, at eight a m. a ttr beir i!
In the open boat for t.r irli i.mipi
Thev were In spin, did rw,in n
overjoyed at the thought n' be r
j cued and rejoining their (.hipma'p
! "The men were taken on beard
ins their boat, and eirid for
i mil pan. v at Proctor and
Urandon for' the winter.
Gonloii Ketchani. Hie 12-yi ar-cid .-on
ii' Ro Ketcliam of the town of Sudbury.
t of the bride. Miss St. John Is well and
Ipopulatly known among the younger set
In this city. They left on a brief wed
ding trip, after which they will icsid In
i four degrees ahove the normal for tho
month. The highest wns 77 degrees, on
Bailey, J. C.
fjiiesi of Ml.vs Mn i V.'al
Thnrnas. V A Giant, the lb-v.
Crawford. C W. Proper: execp-
i. C. Dalle.v. the Rev. Praser , Rapt. si ami Mciimdlst
S. Rrlgham: music. Glenn i mornlmj The iHdn'
Harlow, Arthur Galarneau. 1 'chool openul
l.d Sum. iy of Intantlle p.iralysN. Th Heilln.
'.ii uns the reeond nieinbcr of the fninil ' j The following cases have been entered
m di'Mlop i he disease, a youngi i sistiriln countv court: Grace M. Rogers vs.
eing i'hi nttnciicil The home wns vis!'- iGuy I,. Rogers, divorce. Thcrlault .t
d Sundae S a' least six doet'.rs. 'nine of i Hunt foi petitioner: Resale Jacobs vt.
In in being members nf HieStiti im.ird of llarlev .laenlis, divorce. H. C. Shurtleff
leultb Till- Is the Hist fatal -nsc In tb'.'m p tltlr.ner: Jacob K Shaw vs. How
.icltilt' Miss I'l.n.i D. IliuiKi;. Is lie-.aid A. Lambert, et al. chancery. V. D.
at the sanl
school and since
- n has been a very successful teacher,
a nan of the time In the Randolph Cen
tir graded school Rnyc,. Fddy. son of
Dnrsiy Kddy, who wns strkkm with In
'nnt'le paralysis less than week ncn.
Hied Friday night. The disi ase extended
i hi lungs, lb' wns marly IS years of
;, -Col. and Mrs. A R Chandler. Mis.
V Man, Mrs. Chandler's mother, and the
.isr Miss Marie Andeison. left Satur
for their Brooklyn home, and Mnrl
' astle is closed fnt the seasoii. F.
oiintr and son. F. V.. dinner, went In
an. Satunlay. Mrs. 'i 1. Mitchell,
1. 1 has 1 li witli ber smi and wife 1m
ii i. we, ks. lilt Satuida for Warner.
II . iiceumpanieil bv her sun, Ilany
ill, Who Uelll I I ,1 slmit MlaV. I
Di-niij nl Nnrtbiielil came Satur
M lsil ', is uiaiiiblauliter. Miss i
ii Denei at t ie home nf Mrs. I
Prim i -JmIiii Melntyre, who Is!
' noun heie. is critically ill at the
nl Ficd I Inward near the Center.
st I Illicit, who has for the last few
i i in .Miiin'hc-tei nnd ljostrm, has
H 0 linn.'. lea In". Mrs. Hatch to
i Iniigi i isit with ii latlves. Thero
iMlinis ,v Gay hall
, 'ntlng Tuesday went nn till
I midnight, Alfred Wells. progressive
being elected on the fourth ballot. Mrs.
! Mary Kellogg was In Rethel Wednes
i day. Mrs. F.arl Illhbard nnd child of
j South Roynlton came Wednesday for a
week's stay with her parents. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Fred Richardson Mrs. H. C. Sar
gent of South Roynlton wns In town
Wednesday. Miss L'dlth Marrott left
Wednesday for a few days tn Roston.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sprague left Wed
j nesdny morning for their now home In
Plttsfleld, Mass., where they are to bo
I located for the present while Mr.
' Sprague Is engaged In teal .state busi
ness, n half Interest of which he has
purchased. Mr. Sprague rents his house
on the Highlands to James M Trill, who
will at once move there from Idletofi
cottage. Hon. Mason S. Stone spoke he
fore the Parent-Teacher association it
a niteting In the high school room Tues-
( day evening on the IMucntlon of To.
j nioirow " Rethnny Guild Rethanv
I church held a boiled dinner and hash
suppc! in the parish leuis.. Tuesday,
when nun of the ot'ts and towns
people vcic thei,, to patronise the same.
' -Chaihs P.riggs. the freight uueut her.'.
Is confined tn the hints, bv a shntn nt
laek nf rheumatism, tniiu which he his
been suffering snmewhai tnr a lung
time. S. S. Whit nb of Nashua N. II.,
is here tills week tn gll hef.lle the bnlild
nf examining surgeon foi an iucieasc
of tietision having he.-n unahle m wml:
ii i .1 1 unriinginii
ueie Ii. Id at t k
I'hi.re'ii i Suiida.v
schools and hK'h
Mnndav after 'nlng closed
about t.vn v.eehs. .no new c.iu oi iiuaiuiie pai-
for the last tin
nf tumble with
as the lesolt
The Giiddnt d Seminaiv football Lam
plnved the V S A. tiani lure Sntiinl.iv
and won tin g.i'in Th. -i or, w.is to '.
The high seb'in! lure In Id a Hallowe'en
.sndal Frldnv . .-iiIhr at the srlmol build-
lug. The next 'Vmlng the Ilaracca cI.-ins
of the Congregational Sunday school Ivhl
" iUtf,""a,lco- i a social III the church parlors. Inviting the
lli l nnhestra furnished tho j pj,inth-i clnM nnd ftic-mlf
-.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chase have
fmin the linu.'e nf Mrs. Helen
chadwick nn Randolph avenue to the
house nf D. K. Coding Mn the corner of
Pleasant and Randolph' avenue, where
thev arc now nearly located in their WESTFIELD.
new home. Mrs. (j. 1". isortnrop, who j
has been on a visit In the northern part '
alytis have dtveloped At the progressive
rally S.iturdnv evenlni' there was a good
attendance. H. X. Miller presided, and
Candidates F. C. Spnoner nnd Marvin
Netcham were on the platform. J. C.
Jones of Rutland and F. D. R.ivmnnd of
Fair Haven gave the address. Miss Caro
line Ratchelder of Pane is in Hiivn.-J,
Warner Administer nf Fair Haven has
moved here and taken possession of the
Ruffum residence oil Seminary hill he pur
chased recently. Dr. W. II. Wright will
move the hou.se adjoining his residence u
n vnom ,ot on Ro-dt 'r street. The Rev
Dr. Seelye of Kingston, X Y . Is visiting
his son-in-law, Dr. J. W. F-sterhrook.
Mrs. Seelye Is with him. T A. Howlan l
of Depot street Is Improving. The servlc
held Sunday afternocn Ir the Welch
schoolhouse was well attended. The Wes
lev fpiartette rendered a "election. Serv
ices will be held Friday evening and next
Pundav afternoon. Irving Marsh has re
sumed his work with the telephone com
pnnv after being in quarantine for two
week- - Miss C i triple Dw m r who wni
the weik-cllil glet t nf Mi.-s Lot. tin II. I
ley. has leturn.d tn P.in !::igmi.
Mr. and Mrs C. I, Clifford have I u
calkd tn lllncshurg b the death of
Mrs. Clifford's father. .1. II Allen
Miss M.ibelle Griffith of Middlebiiry W
visiting her grandmnther. Mrs. Anins
Gates. Mi and Mrs. James S. Cnle
ale in P.rblpnrt. M is Floyd .McCiillain
nf Saratoga Springs X. V., is th" ginst
nf Mrs. Carrie McCiillom of lligli
street. Rov M.ivn Is moving his fani
il Into the moms ovei I). ". John
son's store.--The Royal Workers were
entertained nt the .Methoilist parson
age W'ediiesd.iv afterunnu. Henry I.
l.i-ini.i.'il has i lnsi d his cottage at
I. like I 111 11 1! I II I e
IMgerton for the orator and Senter fc
Senter for the defendant.
Dr. II A. Flint, secretary cf the board
of trade wns busy yesterday preparing
the exhibits received during the past few
days for the corn and apple show which
opens In the city hall this morning. Tho
show, or convention, of growers of
apples and other vegetables, Is being
conducted under the auspices of tho local
hoard of trade and no entry fees have
been charged, nor will admission be
charged to the exhibit. Those who will
speak during the two days' show are:
dova, became known, a movement was , brought the Information that tr-
'started hy shipping men to ask the treas-
tiry department and Congress to take
1 proper cognizance of the rescue woik.
I Hxtracts from the log prepared by It.
I C. McDowell, purser of the Alnska Steam
ship company's liner, follow.
"We arrived at Xome about live p. m.
i September 20 from Kotzehue, nnd wete
taken on cargo for the t,outh, when our
wireless operator caught the "S. O S "
call of tho United States revenue cutter
! Tahoma, stating that she had struck an
i unchartered reef In latitude Si. 12 north,
boat" In charge of Lieiit IC
moll had land d the night Ik fore
ruiiiii eitie 01 jvU'Vitii 11. Mil .nil tnc '
dova again was header1 ir tv t d re
at full speed, rounding Dor ( or t
I III. .l.t.'i IIIUV.111 ill' c l Vi L ,
attract attention, nnd fer g H m
Ing on the beach, wr low re'i nr of
boats, nnd In charge of ri ir cbuf i
It started for the .ihore
j WHALLliOAT LOAD XL'XT RESf't
Senator G. W. Wallls,
"Corn for Lnsllage;" Mr
Moth:" Prof. IC. A. Shaw, Norwich Uni
versity. "The Model Farm:" Walter II.
Crockett, State publicity department,
"Opportunities of Vermont:" G. W.
Perry, South Hero, "Apples and Apple
Culture;" A. F. Hawes. Rurllngton.
"Forestry In Vermont;" Prof. 11. T.
Lutmnn, University nf Vermont, "Dis
ease nf Apple and Potato." Mr. allls
will preside during the convention and
State Agricultural Commissioner E. S,
llilghnm of St. Alhans Is expected to be
present. G. W. Perry has a fine exhibit
of apples ami will explain apple growing
and the oaeklng of apples for market.
Leon Muzs:y pleaded guilty to a
breach nf prnbatlnn yesterdav mnrnlng
in lty court and wjs given a sentence
at the house of i orreellnn nf not less
than five months and :i days nor more
than six months Hi' appeiinsl In court
last May and was placed op probation
after he had promised that be would
care for his famllv. This he failed tn do
and he was surrendered yesterday
9th. ISth and 21st.
The Justices elected Tuesday are! An
drew S. Arthur, K. A. Shaw, William H.
Dillingham. S. H. Kent, Arthur E. Smith,
William H. Holton, S. W. Winch, R.
I Silver, M. Cannon, Jr., Charles A. Mac-
vwinsnciii. on , Namnrn, Joseph
Bailey. State Arfarns.
M. Bullock and David
of the State, returned home Saturday.
The funeral of Mis. Henry Holman,
whose death occurred at the sanitarium
Friday morning, was held at her homo
near Randolph Center and Interment was
made here. Charles Adams, a lawyer
located at Waterbury, was the over-Sunday
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs
J II. Adams. Richard Grant of Spring
field, Mass., has so far recovered from
his late Illness with an abscess In his '
ide that he has come home to pass a
few days while recovetlng his strength,
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. '
Grant. Miss Valentine Packard Is at
home In Hraintree with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Packard. Fred L, Davis '
of Fitchburg, Mass., who came here Fri
day with the remains of Mr. Rumilll, nnd
since, that time has been In Northfleld
with his father, was again In Rnndnlph
Mnndav -Miss J, s,,. ulnmhnrd of White
lllvir Junction n an nvcr-Sundny visi
at lnr home .n East Hraintree with
' parents. Mr and Mrs. Joint lllaneh
i 1 Mr. and Mrs William Averv after
-itlng Dr. and Mrs. C. J. ltumrlll left
rdnv for Cnmpton, N. II , making the
I ii lie automobile, and Dr. and Mis
1 ' ni' 111 and .Mr. and .Mrs. Cliailes Pal
i r accompanied them as far as White
I'lier Junction, returning home the same
lav Miss Vanlora Spear died Saturday
of pneumonia. Miss Spear is -survived
lie one brother, R. P. Spear, who lives In
Huston, a niece, Mrs Ida Drake, and a
nephew. Mrs. Warren, who lived with
'rr Mrs. Charles Palmer went to New-f"-t
X. II., Monday to visit her brother,
v ivi Is now Hi with tubercular trouble.
AMlllam Rooth, his son. Fred Booth,
I'd Ins grandson. Fred, nf Nivvpoit are
cueils of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Rooth.
r'icd Emety, his mothci, Mrs. Alible
''tarry, and her granddaughter, Mli
( nra c.irrlnglnn, who had been here
' Wednesday as guests of Mr. nnd
Mis Alouzo Einerv, left Monday for
l asblngton, D. i '.
There was no h ui . e of representa
'ri made op the tir.st ballot nt this
villa;,,. Tuesday afternoon. There
i' i'H' 5IT, votes cast and 27S were
.Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Miller of Yonkeis.
X. V., hi ought Saturday the body of
their youngest daughter, Frances
Hazel, to the home of Mrs. Miller's
father, Judge Gilpin, where a short
service was held hy the Rev, M. W.
I'arman, assisted by the Rev. F. B.
Hyde. The Interment was In the vil
lage cemetery Only the immediate
relatives of the two families were
present. Editor and Mrs. Gilpin and
Miss Eva Gilpin of Barton and Ernest
Gilpin and family of Rlchford were
present. Mrs. II. O. Miller, who has
been with her son at Vonkers, return
ed here with them Saturday morning,
Mrs. O. P. Wright returned Sunday
from spending 10 days in Newport nnd
Rrownlngton. Mr. Smith has moved
Into one of Mrs, II. O. Miller's tene
ments and is to work In the mill.
Mrs. Lizzie Henware has returned
from visiting her daughter In Charles
ton for a month The Ladles' Aid so
' ict served dinner in tho vestry nf
the Cnngtegatlnnal I'llllicli electinri
Mi Young has bought th
stole fnrinerlv occupied by
II. W. Bishop Mrs. Eugene
died Thursday morning at her home.
William Nar.v lias bought of Her
bert Carron the laiin known as the
Sprague Gore farm Communion serv-
J l. es were held in the Methodist Epls
i np.tl Church last Sunday nnd live
I mine probationers were ndded to the
..lasses ol number two and three of
j last Sunday. The chicken pie supper
igheu by tile Beaver (lull Fildav tight
' u ,is .i success
Mis Geoig. Nlcklaw and Mrs. cii.irles
I.arock have leturned ftoni the Miry
Fletcher hospital, where they underwent
operations. Charles Forgultes has
moved to Rutland. Mrs Henry Parker!
and two rhlldren nf Rutland are visit-'.
ing nt Joseph LaFrance's. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Nlcklaw and two children of
Atlantic City, X. J.. are visiting Mrs.
Mary Xlcklaw Paul Rickert has return
ed from Laconla, N. II., where he spent
the summer The Ladles' Guild of
Grace Church met with Mrs. E. E. Part
low Wednetdny afternoon.
Edward Pof'li'FF, who has bo em out of
town for a year or two, ! with Dr. Joncs.
Gcorpe H. Wart of North Whitehall wns
In town Sunday to seo his mother, Mrs
Myra Ward. Robert Rlchnrds of the
turnpike went to Granville, N. Y, Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Walker and
son, Raul, and Mr. and Mrs. I D. Relden
went to Schenectndv Sunday to hear the
Rev. Lcroy IT. Taylor, a former Methodist
Episcopal pastor, here and now a chap
lain In the navy. Cecil Goodrich has
moved from Orwell to Spokevllle, this
town. The ladles of the Methodist
Church, who for the first time held a
blrthd.'tv party the other dav In place of
their annual fair and supper, had a crowd
ed hnll and over $K0 was cleared. The
Methodist Episcopal Church Is bcln
painted llnrvev Hulett and E II Sher
man .lie doing the work
Mis. Edward Cnur-'y hns been veiy 111
with acute Indigestion. Mrs. S.vlvia
Tabor and little daughter spent Sunday
In Mnntpcllir with her sister, Mrs. Ital-l.nd-
Mlln Minor of Warnn is boarding
at Alton Fairs nnd attending school
hetc Miss Jennie Colebrnnk hns been
very III with pleurisy and unable to at
tend school. Arthur Farnhani has finish
ed work for J. A. Smith and gone to his
home In Moretown. Mrs. Nathan Royce
tripped and fell the other day while going
upstairs, breaking one arm. The boy
. scouts will hold their meetings after
school hereafter on Friday Instead of
j Saturday. Mrs. Edward Jones went to
I the Heaton hospital Thursday. Mr.
'Jones was called Sunday on account of
the serious condition of Mrs. Jones. Dr.
,11. T. J. Howe is very 111. Elsie Long
I was at home from M. H. S. over Sunday
and Effle Lamorder from her school in
jtlie 1th. nnd the lowest was 17 elo
igrees, on the 2Sth. The greatest dally
I range was 14 degrees, on the 4th, and
I tho least dally range wns six degrees,
jon the 17th. The precipitation amount
,1'd to exactly one Inch, the normal for
jthe month bolng 2.4S Inches. Tho pre
vailing wind was from the south, the
i total movement 4,713 miles, the aver
jago hourly velocity fi.3 miles, and tho
'maximum velocity 25 miles per hour.
from the northwest on the 31st. Tho i . .7. . ...... ln ''Oat returned at 2 o p. m
i loncmueie ieo.ii east, ami asising inai ... ., ,
eight nartlv cloudv and 16 cloudy davs. 7J , " "-"and the following named persona LI
eigne pam ciouu ami it ciouuj n.is. th , mak ng water rap Idly. , r ...n i ,u'
Proclnltat on in nuant ty surf c ent to ' H- M' bcammell. In charge. Dr
IIH.UOUII. USU.lU U ncilill ,,,.. o. uw.... I "
... ..... I ahaCub. Le lisenrlnir. mnchtnUt Cenrtrn Tlnrvin
4th and 5fith. and foe on the 2d. 3d. i Our operator also caught a message coxswain; inomas i ornbe. seaman
from the St. Paul station, tnat tne sen
ator, then on her way north, would bo
sont to the scene of the wreck, nnd that
tho Tacoma Mara of tho Osaka Shosen
itaisna, men w iiinii uvu ii.i.vm mi-.iiiiiiik
of tho scene, would also go to the res
cue. "The steamship Cordova left Xome just
before midnight of the same day, south
bound, weather fine.
"Capt. Thomas Moore of the Cordova ! having been
took the precaution before leaving Xome,
in case he should be ordered or asked
to proceeel to tho wreck, to send ashore
for a chart of the Aleutian islands to the
westward, but ho might as well have ask
ed for a plan of some of the strong Ger
man fortresses on the frontier of that
unhappy country as to ask for anything
that might aid him In navigating his ship
In those treacherous and practically un
known waters; but he did secure an old
Paleconlc chart of rather an ancient date,
and with this we proceeded semth.
TOLD VESSEL WAS BREAKING UP.
"At 3:Ki a. in.. September 21, our eip
erator caught the message sent by the
Tahoma to the effect that the ship was
breaking up. nnd that If forced to aban
don her the officers nnd crew would try
to reach the Island of Agattu. sixty miles
ASK HELP FROM CORDOVA.
"At it : IS p. m. the following evening,
September 22, and when over l'jn miles
south of Nunlvak Island anil only 154
miles from Cape Sarlchef, Unlmak pass,
Captain Moore received a wireless mes
sage from Captain Reynolds cf the Unl-
, teel States revenue cutter .service, stn
' tioneel at Unalaska. asking him to nro-
moved from thelceed to the relief of the Tahoma with all
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wing and daugh
ter of Rochester were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Ashley Sunday. A. E. Love
Joy remains about the same. Paul John
son, who attends school In Montpeller,
wns at home Saturday nnd Sunday.
Charles Smith was at Bolton Tuesday.
Lanla Wilcox was elected representative
Tuesday by a large majority Mr. and
Mrs. F. O. Kennedy nnd niece, Miss Viola
Holt, of Rochester, and MIes Gladys Par
ker of Randolph Center were guests eif
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mcrrll Child Sunday. Mrs.
II. T. Austin nnd two children, who have
been visiting Mr. Austin's parents th"
past month, returned to their home In
Mrs. Nellie Brown of Chelmsford, Mass ,
his been n guest of her nephew, V C.
Pierce, nnd family, several days. Par
ents' dav was observed In school No. t,
the grammar and primary, Friday nfter
noon Among other features was an ex
hibit of agricultural products raised by
the pupils --Alrjnzo Lavanway Is 111 with
neuralgia around the heart
Moses Wltham has
Abbott house to one of Mr. Ladd's tene
ments In the old Copp house John
Paquette has moved his family back to
Putmmvllle Mr. and Mrs J. R Wilson
havn returned from Milton after a two
weeks' visit. Mrs. Ceirmla came with
them. Mrs. Emily Davis, of Goffstown,
N. II.. Is the guest of her sister. M's
Selden Wllley. Mrs. Lnthrop Lewis nf
Middlesex Is a visitor at Mrs. Wllley's
for n few days.
l'ASsi.vfi or Tin; war
special war correspondent "at tli-
to-day almost belongs In the dodo
that Is as a vital asset of the bus
iness of newspaper reporting he Is prac
tically extinct. Ills passing began n
number of years ago and the cataclysm
In Europe marks his finish.
Grny-halred observers of the battle
fields of the last iiiarter of a century
know and have admitted their swan song
Is being sung. Censorship, based on the
law of national self-preservation, signed
(the death warrant. Instead nf leading
men In the drama thoy have been rele
gated to tho role of "copy" boys, who sim
ply receive "bulletins" and "olllrlal state,
In the good old days war cotrespond
, nts were a great factor In the world.
They told the story of tho war, they made
and unmade generals, placing the laurels
of victory on some brows and snatching
them from others. They wrote history
and made It too. Their life was one of nd-
.innunsen, seaman, a i .nrK seaman
i i CI.-UU, uiu hi -c.irnun r .1 nil
steward. U. Niehurn. si- t cook,
Totnek boy: M Alvm w r tender,
J. D Holly, ir.nl he live
I MA11 r.f tlicu.. men it-tfi 4 , 1. r r. n.. 1.
and were exceptional!' v -i uf'cr ha
I been afloat In the ir boet liou' seve
I Or... Ii( Tt,...- ..w.n. tur f.l.
ishore over frirfi hfjrt
took their boat aboar ' tvi
nearer! un tne norm . rr n s
m,t .... ....f r
of Attu. It was now 5 ".e r iirl
A sharp lookout was mnfr'
rest of the castaways.
Captain Moore wsa alen
Although he had not had lull
i forty-eight hours. The weather i
fine all elay and the sea smooth M;
n. in. a llrrht was urcn no II, . . ,sl
I of Alaid island. Scmlchi group,
ported our helm and steered in
I revtion, playing our searclillght and
ciisr nv nnrin cenirsr .in.i riirn ti
In slowly under the island sounding
fully all the while Wr anchored at
It. 111. In nilietee'Il fathem of WMter
waited for some one to come out
. nine ' in. m- r-.li 'iifi l.iilillll I
Tahoma appeared, having on board
ty-slx persons in all, viz. Lieut
iiuison, in marge; Lieutenant oi I
E A. Riles ship's writer, II Knedl,
ter-at-arms . L. Ji'tiiiii.gs. assist in'
ter-at-arms ; A. Nelson, quartern!.
G. C Mooie water tender, Charles
Hams, water tender I 1 Spice r
onel wireless operator R 1 Re
lnnn: E. Moen. Healll.tn A l.el'm.iti
niiin f)fiiinelt flTem.m C slmif
.Unut'i- snn,ii,n Tl tr.ICn . i,,t
er : T. Noe. steerage cock II M.
bov-; W. Waldal, be D. Larse'i,
II. Lind. ben, and .Mrs At ma Gob
four children, ages mm seven, fot
three v,nrs. resoectlvelv. nffl, 11 n
people wtrt all in
spirits, h iMhg li en
l. I, II. 'UI .s
.Mis. Ella Howard of i'iaftsbui t.peiit
part of tin week with Mis. Get triple
i ''iliiobe II Miss l-lst' ! Gondiii'll is In
Lyndon for a few days. George Wood
tiled suddenly Thursday of heart trouble.
The funeral was held Sunday nnd the
remains were taken to North Montpeller
for interment. The deceased wns G5
veal- nt age - He-i uiaiiv li lends in
Greensboro, nnd summer residents as
1 ecessarv for a choice. Of these J. B. well, will regret to learn of the death of
Lhli edge, the' republican candidate, had 1 Mrs. Wllllnm R. Lord, who with her
Jl. A. ('. Wells, progressive candidate, j 'm -band. Dr. Lend had been prominent
m-. I'r. I A. j'.aton, democratic can- , li" suniiiii r mlm. n r n i.ir
S'i; and AI01130 Emery, the ' more. Mrs. Lord went to a Baltlmme
'iiiMUt.il for 111 ,ipcintti'!i vv lib Ii was pel-
formed October 15. She died October
second republican candidate, who calls
lnniseir a "liberal republican," (12
Mr and .Mr. D. B. Cnssldy, who have
been In St .Inhnsbury since September,
aii'lved Monday night to remain for some
time.- The funeral of Miss Vanlora
Spear wns held at her home Tuesday
afternoon, the Rev. Joneph Hamilton offi
ciating. Miss Spcnr Is survived by a
bro'her, B. P. Spenr, nf Boston nnd Mrs.
Tdn Drake and Lee Wnrren, a niece nnd
nephew. Miss Spear had kept house for
her nephew for the InM 30 yenm npd It
was theie her denth eiccurreel The Rev
G F Crawford left Tucsdav for IVrk
tavillfc " he went to attend n
from 11 clot of blood on the henrt.
Mrs. May II. Bates has returned
New York. The Rov. E. W. Puffer,
pastor of the Baptist Church, tendered
his eslgnatloii Sunday to take effect
In two weeks Mrs. W, S. Bobbins Is
improving, David Hunter has moved
Into A. A, Silver's limine and Mr. Sll
ver will board with Mr. Hunter's
runilly Jerfse Blny has moved from
the Grout tenement Into Mrs, John
nun's houee. Mr. W, F, JJpyward has
Ml.s Lenelte V Flint, wife of Leory A.
Flint, died at Heaton hospital Wednes
day night October following an
opei.ilioii performed In the af ternnun Shi
was taken III Tuesday with peritonitis, at
Northlleld. and on Sunday was brought tn
the' hospital. Tin deceased was bnrn In
Wnrcestei, April In. 1S.-.7. the daughter of
iK. A. and Betsey Kemp She spent the
111 ly pint nf her life 111 Wnrcester, gradu
ntlug frnni Washington county grammar
M'hoiil. She was married In lVTt; to Leory
A. Flint. They icslded for ii years In
Middlesex, but came to this city 13 vear!
1150 Besides her husband, three children,
Kemp B. R. Flint of Noithlleld. L. Clay
ton and Mrs. Mary Richardson of this ctv
survive; iiIii one brother. Hnrlan B.
Keliili. She was 11 metnbei of the Method
iBt Church The funeral services took
placi lit her late home on Elm strict Sat
unlay afternoon, with the Rev. Wlllla-i
Shaw, pastor of Trlnltv Church, olllclat.
Daniel Leno was lodged In countv Jail
Monday noon by Sheilff I'tauk H.
"i" ! Tracy, who arrested him at Stanbrldge,
P. Q Sunday night. Leno was
on a charge of grand
alleged In the warrant
sum of 17.", a bank note In which there
was a balance of over 1'lOfl nnd several
.notes and letters from Mrs. M. T. Nes
to (hit f Middlesex, with whom he boarded.
The orfense la said to haw been com
mitted about n week ago, Leno, It Is
alleged, taking the money and other val
uables while his boarding mistress was
visiting neighbors. Sheriff Tracy wns
notllled ahd traced Leno, who hnd ills
nppeared after the money had been tak
en, to KnnshtirR Falls and Saturday
learned that he was In Stanbrldge. He
on tha fivanln train Sunday night
Ralph Wilbur has 1 tinned to Lyndon.
Henry Wheeler, who has been 111 for
semie time. Is falling. The moving pic
turei show and supper given by the I-ulles'
Aid Saturday night was will patronlzi'd.
Mr. and Mj Charles Rumps of Wln
thiop, Mass., are visiting at E. C.
Sabln's. It Is expected there will be
religious services hero next Sunday.
Chester B. Williams died at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. J. F. Clair on Union
street Monday evening of old age. Ho
wns tiorn In Strafford December 1?, 1VII '
About W years ago he married Martha 1
Merrill, who died 30 years ago In East
Warren. Most of their married life was I
. -nent In Rmhury. Mr. Williams was .1 1
farmer and later went to Danburv. Mas...
1 where he worked In a hosnltal. For ic venture, thrill and no little peril
j vmr.i he had lived in town, 13 years of'h'dPed to create reputations for news-(group,
I that time with his dauerbter Mrs eMnir 'papers, nnd In doing no carved for them- 1 speed
I He Is survived by three daughters: Mrs. selves no inconsiderable niches In the hall
W. X. Towne of Waltham. Mass., Mrs. I of fame.
Ray, White and Mrs. J. F Clair of this' The struggle now dienchlng France,
Belgium, Russia, Germany and Austria
with blood Is, as one American writer
phrases It, "a war of silence." The veil
of Invisibility thrown around the great
armies nnd their operation by tho gov-
town. Also bvlO grandchlldrenand one sis.
ter. Mi Rosmer Sargent of Omaha. Nob.
I The body was taken Tuesday to tho
home nf relatives In Roxbury and the fu
neial wir le held at the church In that
place this morning at eleven o'clock
with burial there- beside his wife. The
"Big Brother" baniiuet of the boy scouts
of the Congregational Church .Monday
night was a success. large number nl
teneb'd am the presence of Byrem N.
Clark of Burlington. State secretary of
the Y. M. C. A., marie the occasion one of
great Interist Following the banquet
came games and an Informal talk by Mr.
Clark, his lecture and the Illustrations bv
stereoptlcon of Individual scouts, troops
and the work in different parts of the
Slat -.-William Hayes Is ill with pleurisy.
-Mrs. C C Warren bus gone to New
York city to spend some time with her
daughter, Mrs. Peter Cram, and her son,
' C. Wnrren, Jr. James Maxwell re
mains f-crlously 111.
Henry Hill, ele cted representative Tues
day, Is one nf Waterhury'a successful
wanted I farmers nnd 11. R. Demerltt, Duxbury's
larceny. It being representative-elect. Is the treasurer and
that he stole' the , ceneral manager of the Demerltt Packing
company. Roth have neon inching resi
dents of this vicinity -The Rev. W. L.
Bnlcourt win go to Roxbury to-day to of
delate at the funeral of Chester Williams.
- This evening the annual meeting of dis
trict No. 7, I. O, O. V., will be held with
Mentor Lodge, No. M, In Masonic hall,
E. E Campbell belpg D. D. G. M. A ban
'luet will li nerved 111 Odd Fellows' hall
from 7. (nl to S;(in p, 111 by Epicruld Rebekah
Lodge The meeting will be opened at
eight o'clock by Mentor Lodge, No. 51
Following this will be a reception to the
grand lodge nfllrrra: address of welcome
hv. v, a.
possible speed, anil to advise him of his
ship's position then, and her speed.
"After verifying the ship's position the
order was given to hard-a-port, and at
nine p. m. our course wns changed from
southeast by south to southwest by ."-S
degree west magnetic, and within a short
space of time the Cordova was ploughing
along toward the scene of the wreck at
the rate of eleven knots. Weather quite
moderate, light westerly winds. cers.
"September 23, at C:l." a. tn.. we had 1 health
the Island of St. George, one of the Prih
llofs, abeam on the starboard side, bear
ing northwest by 1-2 degree north, and
thirteen miles away.
"Captain Moore of the Cordova had
been requested and Intended to call at
Klska island in case weather conditions
were such as to force the castaways to
seek a landing place to the eastwanl of
the wreck, instead of the westward, as
stated In their wireless call, and so Klska
Harbor became our first objective point.
WEATHER BECAME THICK.
"Soon after passing the island of St.
Georgo It closed In thick weather, and the
following day, September 21,' no obser
vations were had. It continued thick.
with moderate northeast gale, raining 1
hard at times. I
"On Friday morning, September 2.7. I
Innel was sighted at daybreak, but it was
too foggy to verify tile ship's position, so
Captain Moore had the vessel Mopped '
nnd then manoeuvred around waiting for
tho fog to lift !
"At 0:20 a. m. It cleared up enough
so that a satisfactory position was had I
from tho westerly Island of the Chugal 1
nnd at 0 :2." we were going full I
for Klska Harbor, where wo nr-
nved nt noon of the same day. Wo circled
.iruu.m, im-w me Minis ,lisue several IWS,wlon a p. .We r wt
times, and. not seeing any signs of life, i ,,, n ,inv,nn ,., ,
yet he hut- alwav s Tl t I
tire and honor. T n great
HOW A GERMAN PRO-
1' J-JSSOK F
The l.criitiin .Nation the Most I
Creadon or .Mankind mid I ver
Must lie lor It or galnsl I
A 11 It. 1 w rlli 11 t i al' I
hv Dr. Adnlpli l.a-s.-ti 1 1
councillor and prob -s 1
Berlin Fnlverslty, th ,r H
English by the Dai 1 r
"For months 1 I'u, 1 '
single foreigner. Km i. 1
ilum piob.itur coi.ti.i
contrary may In 1 r 1
remain neutral to th. 1
people. Either you '
perfect crentbm th 1 1
ed up tei ncivv, or . ,1
strut tlon nay, In it ' 1
man who Is not .1 u rn'tt' wi
We are morallv ai 1 Inti
, perior beyond all comparison 11s
I organizations and Institutions.
I "Wllhelm II, deli '!.! generis
1 (tho delight of the human 'l'rl
again headed for the open sea ; nnd west-'
ward toward Btildlr Island, which woj
passed fairly close on tho north side.
"At nine p. m. wo played our search-1
light on the Island to attract attention j
nlimilil iitie i.ersrtu 1,A In thnt vit'ltlltv. 1
etn.iients Is so impenetrable that the lormlTll! wcath(r was rainVi .,, Mrong wes-1
m.gni nave a(trrly wmK
sam 10 no ine ,
i no snip
Is an apt one, nnd yet It
corollary It might also be
war nf the press agent. By thnt I mean
that no real Information regarding oper
ations is given to the public except
through the press agents nf thn various
governments; that Is, the war offices and
the hoard of censor'. James Kceley
In November Metropolitan.
Some time ago a man from tho city call
ed on Morgan, who lives In the suburbs
and while sitting on the veranda ho no
ticed some children playing with a go-it
and wagon on the adjacent lawn.
"Say, Jim," suddenly remarked the
visitor as the tetim came nearer, "what
In the world Is the matter with that
"Nothing is the matter with him," was
the easy rejoinder of Morgan. "Why?"
"lie looks peculiar," returned the city
man, with n puzzled expression. "What
Is thnt thing on tho front part of his
"Boxing glove," was the smiling re
Joinder of Jim. "I strnppcl It there to
make things n little bit ensler for thn
kids," Washington Stnr.
A RETTER TERM
"Not much of n town."
"Well, a trifle faster than thnt.
C C. arwe; rest)one by Johnson ,we oay one-cyllndw." Puck.
was slowed down at 0 :."in
for the night as It was deemed wise not
to travel fast in case we might be on the
line navigated hy the lifeboats of the
Tahoma. A good lookout was strictly
maintained and Captain Mooie had taken
the precaution to have everything
pared In case we should come In sight
of the castaways. Staterooms were made
ready, the between-decks cleared on the
port side, and tables arranged, and a
gangway was hung on the starboard side,
with tackle ready to be lowered In an in
stant. "Saturday, September 2il, the ship was
put under full speed at four a. m. on a
course for Agattu island. At 5:10 our
chief officer, Gustuv Blomberg,
light a little on the starboard
he steered for It.
"On approaching It proved to be the
gig of the Tahoma, with Captain Richard
O. Crisp In charge, and ten other persons,
W. B. IlaslugH, deputy Fnlted States
marshal; T. II. Yeager, chief engllueer;
G. W. Harrison, signal quartermaster; 13,
O. Russell, carpenter; J. R. McDonald,
seaman; K, Kuutecu, coxswain; S. Blanc,
ordinary seaman; X. F. Hanson, seaman;
M. Lcedy, second wlredess operator, and
Jsmes W, Walker, n member of the Me
Cullough's crew, who had been detailed
for special service at Agattu Island.
"Considering that thoy had been nlloat
In nn open boat for over 10 hours and
cesses the more ibvi'it ri 1
"Our armv is the rtip n r
excellence. Wo nn -' r i fi i
est. our best, our 'in - i i !o
fight with Russian In as s. FnL i
cenailcs and Bilgnn fnmt
Flench am the m 'v mi s at
parable with us
"Theie shnll bo un p, a p unti i
mischief plotters, who wntr 1
prp. i Europe rest, arc vnrMrlv
We want pence and si'e-tv t' r
111 order to be n i- ti ginri"'
others We wish tn nrr m
our work nt cultu v In pen e
"We have nothing to apol glzi
nro no bully state We t1' -t tr
mi long as we are I i't,i I, l
good deeds to all peopb
"Louvaln was m t de.stn 1
houses of niiinlei ers
"The cathedral of Lb in - is
troyed. The French c ui'i 1 he
"England acts In po'ltb - ns if
In the lth century. Girtuanv m
ine wo in now in inrrv n war
tics In n conscientious nnd timi
"England will come to nn uMit
can still he sived, let us hi no
sla must no longer V on our f
"This time we will hive a oh
"The real enemy Is England
thee, England! God Is with us
l.Vw classified nileertlslnr- t
easier to accomplish than the r
two severe gale, thavAdulxable DroMJcty.