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iniJili DLjliJLiji TIMES VrOL. VirNO. 22. UAKBE, VT., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1003. PRICE, ONE CENT. KAISER FAR FROM WELL Wound In Throat Does Not HeaL CANNOT SPEAK ALOUD Much Apprehension Is Felt Among German People Over His Health. Berlin, Dec. 4. An official newspaper prints an article today saving that the progress of the Kaiser's recovery Is far from satisfactory and . the healing of the wound will take a long time. The Kaiser la unable to walk and can merely whisper very little. Conversations are earrled on by means of writtea notes. His friends say he looks worn and aged. Reports are published here that Princess Charlotte of Saxe, Meiningen, eldest Uater of Emperor William, Is suffering from a cancerous tumor of the lower jaw. . The report has caused considerable alarm. BLOODSHED IS FEARED. Internal Affair of Kuntta Are Now Very find. Berlin, Deo. 4 It is learned from a di plomatic source that several of the Euro pean powers bve been Informed by their representatives at St. Petersburg that the Internal condition of Russia is worse than ever before. Lisoontent induced by la mine and lack of employment has raohel a point where It Is regarded as certain that the winter cannot elapse without a terrible outbreak Involving widespread Woodshed. TO CHECKHATE RUSSIA. i iKlnml Purchased Two Warship l'els to Her. Manchester, F.ng , Dec. 4. The Dis patch today asserts that Enyland pur chased the Chilian warships I.lbeitad and Constitution, merely to prevent I.usssa from obtaining them. The Admiralty does not need them and will rrouably re sell Uiero to Japan. WALKING DELEGATE SENTENCED. Tiui McCarthy of New York tiets s welve Mouth. New York, 'Dec. 4 Tim McCarthy, the associate walkintr delegate of Sam Parks, was sentenced this morning to twelve months in the penitentiary for extorting $300 from the Loebel, Andrews Company to end a strike. M4Y STRIKE IN CHICAGO. Sixteen Thoxaaml I niori 1-lverv Driver Want More Par. Chicago. Dec. 4. A strike of 1(5,000 union livery drivers here is threatened. They want $14 a week for twelve hours work daily, whereas the liverymen are only willing to grant $12 for fourteen hours daily. A strike order may be is sued Tuesday. AMERICAN LINER DEFEATED. In Kkv to Laait Mull In London First I.iicunlt. Wan. Oueenstown, Dec. 4. The race between the Cunard liner Lueania aad the Amnri can liner St. Paul, which left New York .Saturday lust to land mails In London erst, has been won by the Lueania whiea ar rived at noon today. The St. Paul Is not yet reported. SCCFFS AT DEFENCE Brtilab Fortres at Gibraltar Could be Eas ily Taken. Paris, Deo. 4. Figaro reports that M Pelletan, French 51 mister of Marine, in the course of a speech Yesterday said nothinz would be easier than taking Gib' raltar from the British. lie said the fort ress was one to laugh at. MOCCASIN UNINJURED. Submarine Torpedo lloat Found'to be Per fertljr Tight. Norfolk. Va.. Deo. 4. Life savers suc ceeded in boarding the torpedo boat Moo oasin this morning and found her perfect ly tight aud apparently uninjured. Koocked Down Many Time. Chinaao. Deo. 3. Joe Grimm of Pblla- rfatnhla. the man whom Bob Fitzslmmen failed to knock out in six rounds, was de feated here tomeht by Hugo Kelly, a Chi ffttrn middleweight. Grim was badly out classed and was knocked down at least a dozen times, but managed to last the six six rounds. " Boston Leather House Asslgu. Boston, Deo. 4. Irving G. Downing & PmnnfttlV. leather dealers at 15 High 0trot. have asslsrned. The liabilities are between $80,000' and $00,000. McCullough Ca Dropped. Middl.burv. Deo. 4. The ctse of L. C stnrtevant vs.. Governor McCullongh reported discontinued in Addison county court. I VERMONT REVENUE DECREASE. Dropping of Spanish War Tain Canted Dig Drop. Washington. Dec. 3. The falling off In internal revenue from Vermont is quite noticeable. The previous year Vermont yielded the federal government 1 100,5-20 65 in Internal revenue. Hut that year some of the Spanish war taxes were still In force, which made quite a difference. New Hampshire, which with Maine is in the same collection district as Vermont, had a marked falling off, but New Hampshire's internal revenue collections for the last fiscal year were $482, SOI. 71, as against $710,482,80, so that the decrease mas less than one half. The figures for Mainn for the last fiscal year were $78,707.00 as l-.Tbere were 775 special taxpayers In Ver- ; mouc during me iasi uscai year, or woom one was a rectifier, 401 w-re retail liquor dealers and 21)0 retail dealers In malt li quors. Six were wholesale liquor dealers and 26 were wholesale dealers in malt li quors, a total of 773 in all classes. Then there was one dealer in oleomargarine ar tificially colored In imitation of butter. This was a big increase in liquor deal ers, although the number of special tax payers in the state for the previous fiscal year was 1,257, many of the m, however, under the war taxes. There were 381 spe cial taxpayers that year, for instance.wbo purchased licenses from the federal eov- ernmeut for billiard tables and bowling al leys. I!ut that year there were only 240 retail liquor dealers, no wholesalers, and one rectifier in Vermont, and only 310 re tailers of malt liquors and 15 wholesalers in malt liquors, a total of 574 when the prohibliory law was in force. During tne last calendar year mere were 40 cigar factories in Vermont, each of which kept a separate account with the reasury department, through James A Wood at Portsmouth. These used 02.057 pounds of tobacco, which were made into 2,603,407 cigars. Vermonters like a big smke and therefore all these cigars were of the larger variety, known as cigars weighing more than three pounds per thousand. As there were manufactured during the calendar year in the United States 6.241,714,538 cigars it will readily be seen that the Vermont output was com paratively insignificant. MINISTER ARRESTED. Rev. Daniel Hcli'tyre of Paw-let Charged With trueltrv to Child. Rutland, Deo. 3. Kev. Daniel Mcln yie, a Congregational minister at Paw let, has been arrested on complaint of Humane OlJIcer W. W. Tower, and several hu mane societies on the charge of cruelty to a three-vear-old girl. He was arralgue.d yesterday at Foultney ana the case was continued because important witnesses were away. Bail In the sum of $500 was tarnished. Mr. Tower states that there Is plenty of evidence to convict. Great ex citenunt prevails atnoni Mr. Mclotyre's parishioners and the townspeople, as Mr. Mcltitjre is popular in Pawlet. A FALSE REPORT. Body of Miesttig Rutland Mu Said to Have lieen Found. Rutland, Dec. 3. Lots of commotion was caused here tonight by the report that the body of Henry Bux er Kingsley had been discovered in the store of his father. Maj. Levi (i. Klncslev. A woman going by the store tonight thought she saw some one In the store and went into a neighbor- inr doctor's olhee where the police were notified. When the police went to search the store for burtfars a report quickly spread that young Kingsley's body had been discovered in the attio ana a moo ot 200 people gathered arouud the store. It was some time oefore the crowa eouia ne convinced that the rumor was a hoax. ROBBING HENROOSTS. An Epidemic of Thlefe la the vicinity of Mlddtebury. Middleburv. Deo. 4 The robbing of hen houses seems to have become epidem ic in certain localities In this town and in parts of Wevbrtdse. No less than six breaks have been reported wiuhd a wees aad i many instanues the thieves gather ed up the family washing that had been lift out overnight, uue n ey image parry who had eleveu turkejs ready for the Thanksgiving and Christmas trade lost nkie In one evening. At one place the front of a hen house was nearly demolish ed by the miscreant who carried away the ent re flock of about la lancy Diooueu hens A NEW COLLEGE BUILDING. Will lie Erected for Medical Student in the Spring, Burlinuton, Deo. 4. The work of toe session was resumed yesterday at the Medical College. Quarters have been found In looms of the old building of the University of Vermont for the auademio department and at the Mary Fletcher hos pital. The old laboratory, discardecljby the academic department, win na unsized. Ground will be broken in the spring for a new building for the medical depart nient. KILLED ON RAILWAY CROSSING. Death Come Imlantly to Caatleton. Seth Dean of Rutland, Dec. 4. Seth Dean of Castle ton, was struck by a train on the Dele ware & Hudson railroad yesterday morn iug and instantly killed. He was driving home from the grist mill and was crossing the track with his load. The torso was killed and the wagon smashed to bits. Mr. Dean's body was badly mangled. He was slightly deaf and probably did not hear the train. It is claimed that the engineer did not whistle. Korean War Minister Eieeoted. Berlin, Deo. 4. A Seoul dispatch via St. Petersburg states that M. Likota of the Korean ministry of war, has been ex ecuted. His offeuee is uot given. ExBepreentt.Ive Springer Dead Washlngton.Deo. 4. Ex-Representative Wm, M. Springer of Illinois died this morning of pneumonia. UNION MEN ARE SUED Victor Fuel Co. Asks Heavy Damages AGAINST MINE WORKERS The Governor of Colorado Asks For Conference With John Mitchell Very Soon. Trinidad, Col. Deo. 4. John Mitchell and other mine workers were served yes terday with papers in a damage suit for $ 85. 000 filed by the Victor fuel company. Governor Peabody has Invited President Mitchell to a conference with him on the subject of settling the strike. Mr. Mitchell said he wouid go to Den ver today if possible. He added, however, that pressing business would require him to hurry his return to Chicago. Governor Peabody has decided not to send troops to the coal fields at present. He will do so, however, unless Mr. Mit chell succeeds in his efforts to reach an agreement with the operators. DOWIE MUST EXPLAIN. Will Tt-ll of the Financial Condition of ZiOB. Chicago.Dec. 8 John Alexander Dowie will be put on the witness stand before Bankruptcy Referee Sidney J. Eastman and under oath will be required to answer all questions regarding the financial affairs of Zion City. .While the date for the In quiry has not yet been get,Jndge hoblsaat this afternoon entered the report which requires the overseer of the Christian Catholte Church to submit to an examina tion. This action was taken on motion of Attorney Samuel Ettelson,who filed the original petition in bankruptcy against Uowie WILD OPENING IN COTTON. Enormous Order Soon Made Thenielv Felt. New Yoik, Deo. 4. Thgre was another wild opening In the cotton trinket this morning. Prices in Liverpool were 45 points higher, equal to 09 points in our market. The market here opened from seven to 23 points higher. F.normous sell ing orders soon made themselves felt, and the market was sold off. The Liverpool market also broke on heavy selling there by prominent New iotk houses. NEARLY ASPHYXIATED. Three Fmnlitr in Boston Had Narrow Kcap. Boston, Dec. 4. Three families, com prising 17 persons,narrowly escaped death by gas asphyxiaton at a house, 42 Kaudall stieet, Boxburj , this morning. Four were taken to the hospital unconscious and the others were in a bad plight when fouud. A leaky pipe caused the accident. LICENSE REVOKED. Hutlnnd CommUrdoner t et in Case of tharle H. Lalor. Rutland, Dec. 4 The license commis sioners held a meeting yesterday morning and voted to revoke the license of Charles II, Lalor for selling liquor illegally. La lor held a fourth class license and it was proved that on three occasions he sold li quor in small quantities. Lalor will fight the case and appealed from the decision of the commissioners. Sir Knight Attention! It is the command of the Thrice Illus trious and Most Excellent Raiab. of the Imperial Domain, Knights of Birmingham of all the Americas, that all Sir Knights within the Roval Bounds ot Old Krow Lodge which lies between the rivers rising on the north and the Rio Grande on the south, and from the Passamaqnoddy on the east to the Monterey in the far west that so far as in yon lies you are requested to assemble yourselves together in annual convocation at Did Krow Lodge No. 1, Miles' ball in the great and bumptious city of Barre, I rtday evening, Dee. 4th, for the solemn and illustrious purpose of electing the Thrice Illustrious and Most Excellent Grand officers, the conferring of degrees and partaking of the rites of the order which are C. C. C. W. R. Catto, T. I. M. E. R. of A. A. & C. Boy Too Ilia- to o to School. James Tbomus Tremley, who lives in Teckham, England, with his hardwork lng parents, Is only six years old, but weighs 140 pounds. Is proportionately muscular and can lift a man who weighs more than he does, Bays the London correspondent of the New York World. Mentally he Is precocious. lie lias been exempt from school attend nnce, as no infant school desk would accommodate him, whilo his strength and weight mnke him a dangerous plnyrnnte for ordinary infants. He acts B9 an advertisement for a beer saloon. Enke Menxaleh. l',el. Egyptian fishermen receive $.20 per thousand for eels caught In Lake Men- s.ileli. Those are salted and packed In ice and sent to Hamburg, via Triest, where the Ico supply ia renewed. ASSAULTED AN OFFICER Two Barre Men Found Guilty IN COUNTY COURT. TRIAL Charles Tacey and Joseph Jacques In terfered With Special McPhee Who Was Making Arrest. Montpelier, Dee. 4. In Washington county court yesterday Stephen Trombly pleaded guilty to assault. He was arrest ed in Northfield in June for an alleged assault and an attempt to commit rape. He was indicted on the charge of assault and tried, the jury disagreeing. Yesterday morning he changed his plea to guiity. He is the husband of Mrs. Trombly who was assaulted several weeks ago by Adelbert Martin it is alleged. The jury in the cases of State ys. Charles Tacey and Joseph Jacques, both of Barre, who were indicted for impeding and as saulting an oflicer, brought in a verdict of guilty of assault this aft-moon. Sentence was deferred and the respondents are out on bail of f 500 each. The case of State vs. Chester Wood, for assault with intent to kill, was brought nto court this afternoon and a jury was empaneled. The alleged assault took place on the respondent's pond in Marshfield in 1001 on the person of Fred Standish " and Nel son Gay, while they were fishing there and who claim that Wood threw a hammer through their boat and refused toaid them when their boat was sinking. F. L. Laird and J. P. Lamson appeared for the respondent and B. E. Bailey and II. C. Shurtlcff for the state. THOUGHT THEY WERE STUDENTS. Kixlic Taken From Medical College Fire Were Only Cadaver, Burlington, Dec. 4. An amuslne fea ture of the fire on Wednesday which de stroyed the tried icai college bunding was the anxiety of some of the spectators for what tiey thouahi was a horrible calamity which uad befallen several of the nufor- funate students, who bad become suffocat ed in the fire, not having time to escape, They certainly bad some cause for appre hension for, while the fire was raglng.sev- eral men were sen removing iuauimate bodies from the basement of the burning building to an adjoining structure,- at the same time exercising great care with their burdens. As the word had been passed around that several of the students had jtiit time to escape, the suspicion naturally arose that perhaps a few of them after all had fallen a victim to the flames. 1 his sus pieion on the part of a few was fostered by a practical joker, who dwelt upon the horror of the scene of bodies being car ried out of a burning building. They were bodies all right but they did not belong to any of the students. CELLEY BROUGHT 3ACK. Man Alleged to Have Spirited Money and Watch From Kenneth McAulay, Montpelier, Dec. 4 Fred CePey who was wanted on the charge of larceny of a watch and a sum of money from Kenneth McAulay, who was on his way to Barre to visit his brother, was brought back to this city last evening, having been arrested at the "Blocks" in St. Albans yesterday morning. Celley was taken into city court this morning. He waived examination and was placed under 500 for appearance in county court. He had not been able to secure the amount, but was still In hopes that he could get it and breathe the free air of heaven. BEING INVESTIGATED. Montpelier Citv Council Looking I p Water Condition at Iter I in l'.)nd. Montpelier, Dec. 4 The city water sit uation here has reached that point that the members of the city council went to Berlin Pond this afternoon to make an In vestigation. The results of their findings will be brought before the meeting of the countil this evening, and it is expected that some action will be taken. Public Notice. Parties living in the vicinity of street lamps who have not received jHistal cards, with which to report when lights do no burn, will confer a favor by securing some (from the city clcik or the members of the city council) as soon as possible In order tbtt we may be able to get the best pos sible service. Parties who have cards will please send some before the last Fri day of each month to enable ns to present same to the finance committee for their approval. John J. Mackenzie, Chairman Lighting Dept. Barre, Nov. 23, '0,1. Kotlce. All members of Local 48 1 are hereby notified to be present at next regnlar ineotinsr. Dec. 7th, 7.30 p.m. To tioroi nate officers for the ensuing six months your attention is called to Standing Decis ions of G. E. B., March 10,188. Per order Local 4S1. S. R. Doty, Sec. PRESBYTERIAN FAIR OPENED LAST EVENING Hale's Pavilion Was Filled With Peopli and Displays Were Ex cellent. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presby terian church opened their annual fair last evening in the Pavilion on Pearl street with an attendance greater than was ever before present at an opening night of one of their fairs. The Pavilion has been most attractively decorated for the occa s'on and booths are placed along the two sides of ttie nail wnere are onereu ior saie numerous articles, which are finding ready purchasers. The whole presents a very attractive appearance. Last evening an excellent entertainment was provided as follows- (juartetie, Mt-Mtaim Itnih-y and (isle, Misses Harris and l'hillips Instruments! Duett, Misses WalKt-r and J'lnlllps. Voeal ' olo, William lnrrilTs Ijulies Quartette. Heading, . Fefie Jones ViKsii S"l", Margaret Jteaton Axeirill, Tlie Y oodmeii The booths are prettily arranged on the two sides of the hall, and beginning at the left as you enter you first come to the candy booth. This is also the last as you go out, so you cannot help but buy at one time or another A great variety of home made candies is offered, also pop corn, corn balls aud oranges. Mrs. J. h. Milne and Mrs. P. Thorn will attend to your wants. starting up the left side of the ball the next booth is that of the Y. P. A., where innumerable fancy articles are offered by Misses Emma Phillips, Maggie Wood and Mamie McKenzie. Y'ou euoBot pass this booth without an inspection of what is offered. The fish pond comes next, and that fishing is a popular sport is again demon strated by the large number gathered around it waiting for a chance at the fish pole. Misses Mary Walker and Agnes Marr see that the fishing Is always good. The toy booth next attracts you. All young people under 60 are Interested In iovs and Mrs. John F.Murray finds a ready sale for her stock, in the corner at the upper end of the ball the "wild animal'' has been coopered up and Gilbert Phillips, John R-.ibertson and m. Brown act as its keeper and tamer. For 5 cents you can view the "bea-t." Children are not allowed to enter. In the opposite corner the Sunday school has a pretty booth where a variety of ar ticles are offered. Mrs. J. K. Robertson supervises. Last evening Mary Nearns, Margaret Sheriffs, Maggie McAdams, and Macule Johnson were the salesgirls. Four other girls from the Sunday school will be at the table tonight. Continuing down the hall you first come to the fancy booth where a great variety of very pretty needlework, sofa pillows, etc , are oirerea at very moderate prices. Mrs. Wm. Catto and Mrs. Elsie Edwards are in charge. The apron booth comes next. Here are work aprons for men, work and fancy aprons for women and all kinds of aprons for children, all offered at prices sure to please you. Mrs. George Stuart and Mrs. James Walker are pleased to serve you. A booth filled with potted plants next attracts your attention. Mrs. U. Gilles pie and Mrs. Alice Uantou will sell yon all you want. The corner of the hall at the rear is given over to refreshments. Beans, sand wiches, etc.. are offered, also ice cream and cake, beef tea, tea and coffee and punch. Mrs. X. A. Mclver, Mrs. A. Hanton, Mrs. George Straiton and Mrs, Robert Knox will serve you. They are assisted in the kitchen by Mrs. Jieaside and Mrs. Downey. Mrs. A. r. Clarke, president of the La dies' Aid, is a very busy woman, looking after the welfare of all. This evening the entertainment will be as follows: Solo M is M. Harris Redo ('cello obligato Lyle Ferry) Miss M. rown heading " Mrs. L. Mulch Quartette, I rolumlo llasoo Misses l'liilltps and Hunter. Messrs. Sheriffs and Robertson Whistling Solo (Stanley Marsh l'hysienl tu ill M isses Anderson, Hunter, Park and Troup WATER SUPPLIES GOOD. Kepurt of Analysis Hade to Health Officer Jackson Vital Statistic. The health report tor the month of No vember as given out by Health Officer Dr J, W. Jacksoa shows that there were 80 births. 19 female and 11 male, and 19 deaths in the city (luring the month Three cases of diphtheria were reported and none resulted In death. One child which had membraneous croup and one having typhoid fever died. Other cases of typhoid fever were known but have not been reported to the health officer. Other causes of death were three of pneumonia, two of consumption, two of gastritis and one death from poisoning. The water analysis, taken Nov. iii), of both the Orange Brook and Bolster res ervoir supplies, shows beneficial results from the thorough cleaning ont which both systems had this summer. Both sup plies were pronounced both biologically and chemically good wim no trace or sew erage contamination. FOR SPRAINED WRIST. Mr. H. K Boleau Ha Case Againtt Elec tric Railroad. A meeting of the railroad commission ers was held in their rooms at Montpelier yesterday, when a hearing was given on the case of Mrs. R. II. Roleau vs. Barre and Montpelier Tractiou and ' Power com pany. Mrs. Roleau was injured August 7, last, while getting off a car at the cor ner of Main and Barre streets In Montpel ier. She claims that her wrist was badly sprained. II. C. ShurtlefT and E. It. Deavitt appeared for Mrs. Roleau, F,. M, Harvey represented the state, and R. A. Hoar of Barre for the electric road. All of the members of the board were present, F. C. Smith of St. Albaus, H. S. Brig bam of Bennington and G. T. llowatd of Craftsbury. CONTINUE WINNING Calumet Bowlers Won Last Evening DEFEATED THE PASTIMES Took Two Out of Three Strings From Montpelier Team On Its Own Alleys. The Calumet bowling team of this city continued its victorious career last even- rig by defeating the Pastimes of Montpe ier on the Montpelier alleys, two out of three strings. The latter team is the first to take one string from the Calumets since the league season opened. The loss of the game by the pastimes brings the Kurekas of this city within a few points of second place. The high man of the Calaniets last eve ning was Batchelder with a three string total of 540. Trenoweth was not far be hind with a total of 531. The next games ot the league will be played at Burlington this eveuing by the Pastimes of Montpe- ier and both Burlington teams, the Queen Citys and the Knights of Columbus. I he score of last evening's bowling was as follows: Calumets. Trenoweth 181 182 108 -Ml Perry 140 154 P2 41'2 Brown 102 134 1:58 4 04 Batchelder 17'2 200 108 540 Averill , 100 180 170 473 - . 851 800 . 731 243a Pastimes. A. Felt 145 170 122 4S7 K. Felt Kit 15:1 12 4!HP Bascomb 120 140 110 385 Abbott BiM 101 185 MO Dubuc 180 20-2 101 552 787 8H-2 700 2409 The standing to date: Won IOst Pet Calumets 8 1 8(8 Pastimes 5 4 555 Kurekas 8 7 5:;;i K. of C. 4 5 444 Qneeu Cltys 4 a 444 Capitals 1 8 111 JOINT BALL TEAM HAS BEEN PROPOSED If Barre acd Moritpelier Enter Base Ball League They Will Probahlr Unite In the Project. S. E. Mclntire of Rutland has been in this vicinity looking over the situation and creating an interest In a proposed base ball league, in which Barre and Montpel ier should be represented. He stated that the leaeue Is practically assured so far as Rutland, Hurlinv.ton, l-air Haven, St. Al bans and Plattsbnrg are concerned. In or der to complete the circuit an effort will be made to form teams in ISarre aud Mont pelier or a joint team for both. Hector A. Dubuc of Montpelier aid yesterday that the matter of a Barre-Moot-pelier team woul rest largely with the el ectric railroad. He thought if the rail road was disposed to help the matter along there would be no doubt that the two cities would be represented in the league next year. The proposal is to have the grounds between the two cities. Mr. Mclntire stated that the league would be conducted on business princi ples. Restrictions would be made regard ing salaries so that good base ball might be played at reasonable expense. He be lieves the salaries should not exceed $10o0 a month. Mr, Mclntire said it was im possible to play "2 minute" base ball in this section at a profit, but "3 minute" base bail would give just as much satis faction and could be made to pay. He did not think Barre and Montpelier could support a separate team aud that so far sa the state league was concerned to have one team represent both municipalities. G0DDARD BOY'S HONORS. Haj-mond K. Morley Gain signal Honor at Tufts College. A former Goddard student snd a grad uate of the school, Raymond Kurtz Mor ley, is gaitiing honors in Tufts college, lie has just been presented the prize scholar ship offered by the class of 181)8 to be giv en each year to the senior who at the end of his junior year has maintained the highest excellence in a course broadly and " wisely chosen. Mr. Money's record was exceptional to a degree, for out of the 121 term hours of work which he has complet ed, he has received the rank of "A" in all but 17, and of "B" in those. Mr. Morley was still further honored by being chosen one of the conimeticement speakers from the college of letters. Ernest Hapgood, who is a frequent vis itor to Barre, has been appointed a enm- niemcement speaker from the graduate de partment. IMLAH-ADAMS. Hnrre Man Harrittd to a Spring-Held, Ma,, Lady. Miss Belle Adams of Springfield, Mass , and James Imlah of Barre were married last evening by Rev. L. F. Heed at the Congregational parsonage in Montpelier. The ceremony was a very quiet one. Mr. Inilah is a well-known resident of Barre, being a member of the firm of lui lah & Co. "