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Ji liilild O) 7J7 VOL. VII NO. 102. BAKliE, VT., TUESDAY, JULY 11, PI1ICE, OXL CENT. TCP A TD5 1 TIMES Li . ii , CONDITION IS CRITICAL Pope Leo Is Fast Near ing the End PHYSICIANS GIVE UP HOPE The Prelate's Mind Was Clear Today and He Realized What Was Going On. Rome, July 14. An official bulletin Is sued this morning says, "Up to 8 o'clock this morning no change was observed In the grave conditions stated yesterday af ternoon. Hid Holiness' pulsation is 02, respiration 30, temperature 80 5-10 centi grade." The Pope continued in practically the same condition all the morning, At one time he spoke a few words which were, however, simply audible. His uiiud is clearer and there is indication that he understands what is going on around him. Dr. Lapponi left his patient for about 50 minutes only, during, the morning. To In quiries he said simply that the condition of the prelate was very alarming. Later in the day the Pope had several spells of delirium. lu his lucid moments the l'ope for the first time, showed a com plete realization of the gravity of his con dition, lie asked for the Franciscan ben ediction which was given by Cardinal Vives Y. Tulo. He especially asked to see Cardinal Rampoli and had 15 minutes conversation with him. The increasing gravity of the situation has become generally known and great crowds are gathered at the Vatican. It was announced this afternoon that the appearance of edema, or swelling of the legs, had become apparent, and the organs are gradually ceasing to perform their functions. All processes of elimination have ceased and no nourishment is taken. A, rive o'clock no further change was re ported. The 1'ope's three nephews re main near the sick chamber. The pope is reported to have said "If I am destined to die from this ill ness, I feci I shall expire on Thursday, the feast day of the Carmelite Madon na, whom I specially worship." At both the Vatican and the house oj Dr. Lapponi the Arrivals of patent medicines, surgical instruments and medical apparatus of nil kinds con tinue, cadi accompanied by assurances that the pope would recover If it wrt- used according to directions. From Vienna have come machines for pro ducing artificial respiration and foi making oxygen. The pope, however has not required the administration ot oxygen for the last three days. "What I need," said Pope Leo, "is flir fresl; air. LeshU'S, I should be allowed tc rise. An old man of ninety-four should not be kept iu bed when without fo ver." Mgr. rifferl, the pope's confessor, felt offended because he was not allowed to enter the sick chamber, and was espe cially dissatisfied with the attending physicians, believlnjr It is due to them that he was excluded. He again asked to be permitted to see the pope. On hearing the request the pope said. "When I need hlin I shall send fot him," and Mgr. rifferl left the Vatican, feeling hurt. According to the rules established for the government of the noble guard, one of their ditties is to watch assidu ously the person of the pope when he Is seriously 111, even the papal apart ments passing under their responsibil ity during such periods. After 1S70 there was a gradual general curtail ment of expenses at the Vatican, and this resulted lu a reduction In numbers of the noble guard, which now musters about forty men. Not all of these, however, are now present nt the Vati can, owing to illness or other causes, and consequently the service of those on duty is very heavy, they mounting guard, sis at a time, for six hours. The services rendered on the occasion of the pope's present illness by the rata tine guards, composed entirely of artisans who receive no pay for Vati can duty, are highly-appreciated.' ' Mgr. O'Connell, rector of the Catho lic university at Washington, has or rived here, accompanied by Father Cor nelius O. O'Keefe of Highland Falls, N. Y., nnd William J. Onahan of Chi cago. Mgr. O'Connell's object In com log here was to submit to the pope's consideration the condition of the uni versity. In view of the illness of the pope, however, he laid his report be fore Cardinal Satolli, under whose Jurisdiction the university comes. Mgr, O'Connell will take a trip through Italv nnd return to Home later. EVERYTHING POSSIBLE DONE. But riiyslclan ot Italy Savs I'ope May Die at Anv Moment. Koine. July 14.l)orior Uaccelli, con ceded to be the premier in Italian medical ranks, said today that In his opinion the Pope is liable to die at any moment. He added "I am convinced, however, that his medical attendants have done everything possible. POWDER MILL EXPLOSION. litiHilitiK at Laflin, V., Wrecked ami Three Men Killed. Wilkesbarre, l'a., July IT,. Three men killed and two seriously hurt, together with three buildings destroyed, is the re sult of an explosion at the Laflin I'owder works this afternoon. The force of the explosion shook every bouse in the town of Laiiiu. The explosion occurred in what is called the press. There were three buildings about 100 feet apart, the press in which the powder was compressed into a solid mass; the barrel mill in which the pow der was mixed, and the corning mill in which the powder was ground into grain ready for market. The men killtd were in the press mill at the time of the rs plo sion and no one can tell what caused it The three buildings were totally demo -ished, artd the engine and boiler room sit uated a long distance away from the scene of the explosion were also wrecked. DAMAGES OF $3,000. Claimed by Burlington Man fur Alienated Affection. . Turlington. July 11. A suit for the re covery of $3,000 damages has been brought by Henry A. Aldrich vs.' Mrs. Guy Harris on the claim that the defend ant alienated her daughter's affections. Mrs. Harris's daughter is the wife of Mr. Aldrich. The litigation iu the family has been in progress several months. Last fall Aid rich brought suit auainst Ernest Blair for the alienation of the affections of Mrs Aldrlcb. Later he brought a petition for divorce and named Blair as corespondent. Mrs. Aldrich brought acounter suiton the grounds of intolerable severity. . It is pro bable that the cases will be tried at the September term of county court. MONUMENT TO CEAMPLAIN. Will Be Erected at Battery Park In linr llngtou. Burlington, July 14. A meeting of those interested in the erection of a monu ment to the memory of Samuel de Cham plain on Battery Park was held in the rooms of St. Joseph's Court, Catholic Or der of Foresters, yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. The project was started some time atro by the French people of the city, who formed the Cbauiplaiu Monument as sociation. An invitation was exteuded a few day! ago to some of the prominent citizens of Burlington to assist in the erec tion of a suitable monument. It is planned to have the base of the monument laid either the tirst or second day of the French Home week celebration which begins July 27. A NEW BREAKWATER Will lie Hullt In Lake C'hainnlniu, off tttir Hugtoa Burlington, July 14. The work of tear ing down the old breakwater preparatory to laying the new oi;e was begun yester day and the tirst h.ad of about 200 tous of stone was towed to the south landing on the lighter, where it is to be unloaded. The entire amonnt of stone to be removed w ill be about "00,000 tons. The present force of men are able to handle one boat load or 2ou tons a day. It Is expected that auout 500 feet of the old wall will be torn away and replaced by the new structure this season, but it will require about three years at the present rate of building to construct the whole that remains of ce ment masonry. Bridgeport Strike 8(111 On. Bridgeport, Conn., July 14. DesplU the action taken at a meeting of tht trolley strikers Saturday, when a vote of 45 to 19 whs in favor of returning to work for the Connecticut Eallwaj and Lighting company, rresidenl Frank Wood says that the strifes Is still on. Sixty members upheld Mr Wood in the position be has taken, anc at strike headquarters it was stated that those who returned to work foi the trolley company would be con sidered deserters from the union. - The Georae Junior Republic, Auburn, N. Y., July 14. The new chnncl Presented to the George Juniol Republic by Mrs. Clinch of Georgia has been dedicated at Freeviile by Bishop Potter of New York. The chape, wni christened Christ church and is for the use of all denominations. Tht trustees decided to build a $12,00C schoolhouse. and appointed a commit tee to arrange for the establishment oi a new republic at Litchfield. Conn upon lands given by Mrs. Buell of that place. Jailer Wilcox of Hawaii Dead. Honolulu, July 14. Judge Wilcox, the intimate friend and adviser of the late King Kalakaua and other mon arcbs of the Hawaiian Islands, is dead ns the result of an operation, blood poisoning having set in. Judge Wil cox was a noted authority on the Hawaiian language and was thorough ly versed in the history and law of the islands. Flrat Government lrp:-atl-:t. The tirst government- Irrigation ex penditure .will be made in Thomas county. Kan. The water will be se cured by drilling wells. Th expense of building a reservoir large enough to irrigate many thousand acres of land will be small owing to the char acter of the land. ', Xo Chnnee For Glnlions. London, Jily 14. Tho Daily Tele graph correspondent at Rome tele eranhs: "I am authorized to state on the authority of two cardinals, one of whom is himself a candidate, that nei ther Cardinal Gibbons nor any other foreign member of the sacred college possesses the remotest chance of suc ceeding Tope Leo." HUGE TENT COLLAPSED Christian Endeavorers in Panic ABOUT A DOZEN INJURED Many Women Fainted Presence of Mini of Chicago Delegate Pre vented Lofs of Life. Denver, Col., July IX The big tent. Endeavor, where the Christlau Endeavor convention has been held for the last four days, was blown over late this afternoon, more than 8,000 people being in the tent at the time. The injured numbered nearly a score, but fortunately none of them were serious ly hurt. Mrs. Jessie M. Thorubnrgh of Denver was the most seriously injured. Her nose was badly gashed and she suf fered several scalp wounds. The presence of mind of A. II. Ramsey of Chicago, who sprang to a chair and called to the people to hold up the canvas and poles, undoubtedly prevented many from suffocating. As it was, many women fainted aud were extricated from the folds of thecavas with mnch difficulty Mrs. imfred bleep of Denver, who was in charge of St. Mark's hospital tent, seeing the accident at the big tent close by telephoned to the electric light company to shut off the current. This prevented any damage from the live wires that had fallen with the tent poles. A feature that showed the religious na ture of the participants was seen when the majority were extricated from the canvas folds, led bv an eastern delegate, ul gath ered around in the open air and an im promptu praise service was held. LEAGUE BASE BALL. Chicago and Brooklyn National Played 13 limine. Yesterday's National leaaue scores: At Chicago. Brooklyn 0. Chicago 4. At Pittsburg, Boston 8, Pittsburg 8. At St. Louis, Philadelphia 6, St. Loots At Cincinnati. Cincinnati 5, New York National League Standing. Won. I.,t. I'd . i Won. Lit. jvt. .r: .3Mi .SO Pitt'burg SO is .WM i t-rooklvn 35 34 New York 44 .fos lionton 2 J Chicago 4-t :u ,si i ,t. Unite iS 47 Ciucinnatijfi 33 &ii I'hiia. -1 i'J Yesterday's American league scores At New York, Detroit 4, New York At Washington, Washington 4. St. Louis 2. American. League Standing:. Won. tost. Pot. I Won. tost. rot Boston 41 25 .f.4S I Detroit Kf a.1 l'hila. 40 M .571 1 ( hn;lco 3 1 !tl .4:12 .4 .214 'leeland 3t 31 stxj I St. Louis 2S M New York 3,i 31 .510 Waeb'ir'n 2u 4S CONFESSED HIS CRIME. t'.efore J- xerutlon. S. H. Dougal Said He M ordered Camille Holland. Chelmsford, Eng., July 14. Samuel If. Dougal was executed this morning for the murder of Miss Camiile Holland at Moat House, Saffron, Waldron. Dougal, before execution, confessed tne crime. EXCURSION TO MISSISQU0I. ' Carpenters aud Joiner 1'nion to Hare a Day' Outing. A grand excursion to Missisqnol Park, Ilighgate Springs, Yt., under the auspices of Carpenters and Joiners Local Union, No. 4S1 or liarre, t , on Friday, July 17th, 1003. All friends of the building trade are ecraiany invitea to enjoy a day of pleasure. Take your family and chil dren and lunches. A good band will be in attendance. The Central Vermont railway will sell round trip tickets at the following reduced rates: illiamstown. Siuth liarre, Barre, Montpelier, North- field, Middlesex, for $1, children 50, Water bury, 90o; children 45. Trains will run as follows: Leave Williamstown 7.30 a. .m., South Barre 7.35, Ilarre, 8.00, Montpe lier, 8.20, Aortnneid, IS.US, Middlesex 8 40, Waterbury, 8 50. Arrive Missisipioi Park 11.11 a. m. Returning leave Missisquol Park 4.2a p. m., running through to Will iamstown, Northiield and intermediate stations. Tickets will' be good going and returning July 17th, only, and will not be good for stop-ovep privilege. KILLED BY THE TRAIN. Maynard JSyan Kun Over iu the Italv Yard tast Night. St. Albans, July VI. Maynard Ryan, employed as a shifting brakeman in the Italy yard, was run over and killed at 10:10 o clock- last mgnt, while at work Ryan stepped in to open a draw bar and slipped, the wheels passing over his left leg up to his body. Dr. E. A. Hyatt was called at once but death bad resulted in stantly. Mr. Ryan resided at 14 Warner street and leaves a wife. He had been employed as a brakeman but a short time and was formerly a resident of Nashua. N. H. No arrangements have a;i yet been made ior tne innerai. Found Dead in Bed. Randolph, July 13. Nelson Vincent, 70 years old and a long time resident of ta.st Kanuoipn, was iouna aeaa lu bed tuts morning, tie is survived by a w ife and two daughters. RUFUS YOUNG DIED TODAY Famous Horse Thief Re ceived Serious Injury WAS CHASED BY DEPUTIES Will Be Buried at the House of Cor rection Cemetery Sister at Chelsea. Rutland. July 14. Rufus Young, the notorious horse thief, who was captured at Arlington yesterday, died In prison this morning as a result of Injuries received when captured. Internal iniunes were supposed to have caused his death. He is survived by a brother at Larrabees Point and another at Windhall, and a sister of Chelsea. He will be buried at the House of Correction cemetery tomorrow. A RACE RIOT. Several N'egroe Severely Handled in Sew York. New York. Julv 14. Several netrroes were hurt in the resumption of a race riot which broke out in the vicinity of V est 02nd street and Amsterdam avenue undav. Several colored men attacked and severely beat a son of Alderman Har rington. The police hurried to the sceue and made an arrest. On the wav to the station thev were as sailed bv vollevs of bricks thrown from housetops. W hen the police disappeared crowds of white men attacked every ne gro in sight and chased them from the streeis. Several were severely beaten. CARPENTERS AND CUTTERS. latter Ak Former to Stop Work on West erly Building. Westerly, R. L, Jnly 1:3. The local car penters union is making a fight against the employment of non-union carpenters on the new granite cutters shed at the works of the Smith Granite company. K. A. Sherman & Son has the contract and has had about a dozen men working there. At the. instigation ot the carpenters union the granite cutters union held a meeting 1 nday evening at which James Sweeney, Daniel Murray and Richard Morrison were apjwinted a committee to wait on the Smith Granite company and discuss the question of the employment of non-union carpenters upon a building intended for union stone cutters. ' It now seems probable that should their demands not be acceded to by the granite nrm tnat tne men win either make an ef fort to arbitrate the matter or refuse to work iu the non-union-made shed. VERMONT BAR ASSOCIATION. Prenaralien Being Comuleted For Meet ing AnKiiat o Montoelier. .Tnlv 13. J. IT. Spnter. president of the Vermont Par association, and K. 11. Deavitt. chairman nt th hoard of managers of the mid-summer meeting ot tne Dar association at Newport, Angus lar which will h snt to evm-t' nmmhpr of vue association, giving mil particulars oi uns niKi-summer carnerim; wnien Prom ises to be a rouser. Half rates have been cranted bv the 11. M Montiudlor A- vens ttiver ami u. r. ana a like courtesy is expected from the Central Vermont. It is exnected that members' of !h aasnola. tion aud their w ives and lady friends to the number of 40 will attend. Senator Keuneid rrooior is one of thn truoxta of honor who has promised to be present. LOUIS DUKETT DEAD. Randolph Fainter Stricken with Spinal MeniUKltla. Randolph, July 13. Louis Dukett, a painter residing in this village, while working at East Brookfield Saturday after noon, was taken ill suddenly and died Sat nrday night of spiual meningitis. He w as 37 ears old and is survived by a wife. two children, three brothers and two sis ters. Mr. Dukett came here from Swanton about five years ago and his body will be taken there today for burial. ORDERED TO LEAVE. Flagship KearnnrRe Will Go to French in u'b F,ay, Portsmouth, Eng., July , 14. Capt. Hemphill of the U. S. flagship Kearsarge received Instructions today to clean the warship's propellers, fill her bunkers with the best coal and go at highest speed, with natural draft, to 1 renchman's Bay, Maine. The Kearsarge w ill leave Friday morning. A HOTEL BURNED. Henry J. Evans Hied ai Itesult of Being Severely Burned. North Stratford, N. II., July 13. Coos Cottage, a hotel was burned this morning. After the flames were well under way Henry J. Evans, a guest, rushed from the building with his clothing on fire. He soon died in great agony. SECOND NATIONAL BANK FOR BARRE Has Been Approved fcy Comptroller of Currency Capital to be $100,000. Washington, July l-l The comptroller ot the currency has approved the applica tion to organize the People's National Bank of Barre, Vt., with a capital of fKX),(K0, among the incorporators being Fred N. llraley of Barre, C. W. Melcher, S. D. Alieti, Charles W. Averilt and F. D. Ladd. LOCKJAW CAUSED DEATH. Cecil Mi Kenzie Shot Ifimielf lu the l.e July 4. Marshfield, July 13. Cecil MbKenzie, who lived on a farm in Cabot about two miles from this village, died this morning fiom lockjaw, the result of a bullet wound received on July 4. Mr. -Mckenzie s re volver was on the chair beside his bed and n the night he took hold of it to lower the hammer and It was discharged, the ball entering Mr. McKeuzie's leg between the knee and hip. The accident was not con sidered serious until yesterday when lock jaw set in, and then he failed rapidly un til the end. Ilis mother lives In this vil lage. TEE SECOND CONCERT. Montpelier Military Band In Ilarre Wed nesday Kvenlnjf. Thn Mnntnelier Militarv Hand will five a concert at the Park stand in this city n-., ... o , ft. ..l euriesuay evening nt o u uk;h. i uc iui- lowing programme w ill be given: March, Officer of the Uay, H.ill liy Nela lln ikirpman ttrooks t'ollms Voihtcjip ( ovuiimi Koekwell , vcri ii rtr, j,uipici. vt itisue roika, riccoio sow, (i. 11. Wilik-r. KtiinMiice, Harmony ot Love, Gull'iii. Ciiiiiu-i:il. Waltz, ,j,,iiv Fellows. ini of Heorlamt. Mai'di, Grcnuukiirt, TO LET BARRE SETTLE. Montpelier Manufacturers So Decided I.at livening. Montpelier, July 14. The Montpelier members of the Barre Granite Manufac turers' Association held a meeting last evening, and decided to have all diiTer eoees between themselves and the Mont- pelie branch of the Granite Cutters' Union settled in Ilarre. The alternative was to cut loose entirely from the Barre Associa tion, and settle differences without regard to the latter. LYNCH WAS FINED. Montpelier Mah Mho Wounded Hit Son With Kevolver. Montpelier, July 1-1. Tom Lynch who wounded his son with a revolver Saturday evening, was In court this morning aud pleaded guilty to two charges, intoxica tion and breach of the peace. On the first he paid $ 2 07 and on the second $13.'.)7. He was then released. REV BR. WRIGHT RESIGNS. tin lleen Fastor in Montpelier For 34 Year. Montpelier, July 11. Rev. J. E. Wright, for 84 years pastor of the Unitar ian church, has tendered his resignation to take effect Oct. 1. GIRL STILL MISSING. In Spite of All Search No Trace Has Been Found. Chief of Police Brown stated today that no trace of the missiug girl, Malviua Cor beil, has been found. WILLIAMSTOWN. Nelson Vassar Visited friends in Barre over Sunday. A child was born to Mr. and Mrs, Willie Fogg Sunday. Rev, F. E. Currier and family went to Danville today for a month s cuting. Miss Helen Harrington spent Saturday and Sunday with her friends at South Barre. Mr. Jameson, salesman for the Crystal Confectionery company, Burlington, was lu town yesterday. . . The box supper and promenade was well attended and was an enjoyable arlair House's orchestra furnished excellent music. The boxes brought good prices. The glass blowers came yesterday but there was not a very large attendance owing to the sociable, lonlght the Henry family will be at the hall and give one of their musical entertainments. WASHINGTON. The Dr. Gray Remedy Co., who are giving entertainmeuts on the Harry White grounds under tents, are giving good satis faction and each night have a full house to play to. Quite a good many of the farmers be gan haying yesterday. Although a lik'ht hay crop has been predicted the general opinion seems to be that a fair crop will be harvested. The call has been Issued for a special meeting of the stockholders of the ash ington Agricultural Association, to be held on the fair ground next Thursday, July Pi, at which time they may vote what shall be done in the way of repairing the buildings which were blown down in the severe w ind of a short time ago. Excursion to Montpelier for the circus, see adv. on page 4. BIDS FOR ST. PAVING Contract WiliGotoAJ. Langefeld & Co. ORANGE CO.TELEPHONE CO To Enter the Gty With Office at 0. J. Dodge's Drunk Ordinance Is Adopted. A special meeting of the city cjunoil was held last evening for the purpose of. opening bids for paving North Main strret. Four bids were received, and were opened aud read to the council. They were as follows, Soule, Dillingham & Co., Boston, exca vating 3, 5S0 yards street, two feet outside street railway, 17 cents a yard, 850 yards inside line two feet from street railway, 20 oeuts a yard; laying (WO cubic yards con crete, $7 per cubic yard, 100 cubic yard Inside rails S!) per cubic yard; .l.osi) yards paving outside rails, $l.5i4, M0 yards in side $1. 4-'. , August J. Langefeld & Co. of Fit ch- burg, Mass., excavating IS cents, inside rails IS cents; laying concrete outside rails, $4.;:." cubic yard, inside $-1 pay ing fcl cents, inside rails s-1.01. K. F. More of Burlington, excavating. 23 cents, Inside rails U0 cents; laying con crete $U.o0, inside rails $7.23; paving 1.0S, inside rails $1.19. S. D. Tilton, Woodsville, N. H., exca vating 20 cents, inside rails 23 cents: lay ing concrete, t;.(X, inside rails $7,00; paving $1.10, inside rails fl.23. the bids were referred to trie city en gineer to figure out w hich w as the lowest, to report to the street commissioners at the close of the meeting. I he bids figured in totals are; Soule, Dillingham & Co., $12,422.80. E. F. Moore, 1 1,235 . '10. S. D. Tilton, $10,GP.).00. A. J. Langefeld & Co., $7,fW!l.ld. The contract will be awarded to Lange feld & Co., as soon as a bond is furnished. On this bid the portion to be paid by the street railway is approximately il,i07..i0. A resolution was presented granting the Orange County Telephone (. ompauy the right to erect poles on Llm and East streets, and Ratchelder, Poynton aud Urooklyn streets to E- L. Smith & to.' sheds, and establish a central otlice In O. J. Dodge's store, provided the company pays $i yearly on every telephone installed In Barre. Alderman turner spuKe in favor of the resolution and it was passed to a seoond reading and a hearing w ill be given on the location of poles. A resolution was adopted naming cer tain streets on which the New Lugland Telephone company is to put its w ires underground. A building permit was granted A. F. Sortwell to erect a two-story brick build ing w ith solid brick waits next the last man block. It is to have 51 feet frontage on Main street and a depth of 75 feet. A water permit was granted 11. VV. Scott to connect house on Ratchelder street. The council was appraised of the re ceipt of $P.03.2d, the city's portion of the state school tax. A communication asking the privilege of filling up the swimming hole in Gunuer brook was referred to the water commit tee with power to act. A request from Edwin Carleton and E. M. Lynn to lease the strip of land between Klmwood cemetery aud the buildings on Highland avenue for a term of three years was referred to the cemetery committee. Noonan fc Co. wrere granted a hotel li cense for the Hotel Northern. The ordinance providing for the arrest of intoxicated persons was read a second time and adopted. Also an ordinance creating three cemetery trustees. The committee on health reported an in vestigation with the conditions at the place of Mrs. J. R. George on Elm street, and that they had been improved. Health Officer J. W. Jackson reported the Tonia sl yard on Merchant street had been oleaned up, and asked for instructions re garding the keeping of pigs under Down ing'8 stable, where he said there were be tween 50 and 00 pigs and shoats. A lunch room license was granted Mrs. T. J. Holland. Supt. Andrus said the pipe for the Gas Co-'s mains was on the way and would be laid as soon as received. Forester Attention ! The annual private picnicof Court Gran ite City, F. of A., will be held at Caledo nia Park, on Saturday, July ISth. Mem bers are eutitled to bring their wives and families or If unmarried a lady friend, but no more. Please leave your names with the committee so that they may be able to provide accordingly. William Williams, John Forbes, James Veale, amusement committee. gocinliitt Attention. A regular meeting of the Local Rarre of the Socialist Party will - be held in the V heeloek block on Tuesday evening, Jnly 14 at 7 :;10. Election of officers and other important business will come up for discussion. Alexander Ironside, corresponding secre tary. Court Bob Koy No. O r. of A. To members of Court Rob Roy No. (5 F. of. A. Regular meeting held July will be a summoned meeting. All mem bers are requested to attend. Business of the evening election of financial secretary Frank Coy le, F. S.