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THE BARME DAILY TIMES
VOL. XVII NO. 26. IJARRK, .VERMONT, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1913. PRICE, ONE CENT. FEVER IS GONE FROM PATIENT THREE CANDIDATES FOR WEEKS' PLACE Pope's General Condition Is Considered Satisfac tory To-day HIS TEMPERATURE 97, SAYS A BULLETIN The Pope Relates Dream in ; Which He Saw His : Sister Thirteenth Congressional District in ' Massachusetts Voting to-day for Representative in Congress. Ronton, April 15. Voters in tlio t.Iiir teenth congressional district went to t lie polls to-day to fill the vacancy caused by tlio resignation of John XV. Weeks, when ho wan elected, as United St.itci senator. The three candidate. Alfred L. Cutting, Republican, John J. Mitchell, Democrat, ana Aorman 11. lute, I ro gressive, all expressed themselves conii- dent of the outcome.. Political observers, however, looked for ft close tight. The district includes Brighton ward in Boston, the cities of Newton, Marlboro and Waltham and many Middlesex uiu Norfolk county towns. J his is the first test election since President lhon s election last fall. PRISONER KILLED HIMSELF. E. C. Brigham Cut His Throat in Keene, N. H., Jail. Keene, X. H., April 15. While await ing trial for passing a worthless check Home, April 13. The pope's condition I last week, E. C. Brigham, 50 years old. anneared nracticallv unchanced to-day. f Boston, committed suicide in jail ( r - - r v i i. i n: i.:.. i-i...... t The; papal phys.c.an issued a .bulM-n . K . f . . . .. which said the holy father was again stocking. He was arrested at Clareniout w ithout fever and a temperature of !)7. Saturday His ireneral condition is satisfactory.' Ordway was in Keene fatur.iay, ana After h was' observed very ' bright and happy." Although he Bissell a bill , of goods and asked Bissell . nit n toiu Tio insists on to cash a check for $17.50, which lie ral condition is satisfactory.' uruway was in rveene .-sauir.iay, aim his afternoon sleep yesterday it ff P.rese"tinK himf lf a.9 E' V; Brh"?; . ' , . it is alleged, a traveling salesman for erved that the Pontiff looked a )apU.iIljr company of Boston, sold K. K. SURPRISES GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE REST ROOM. The Size of the Belgium Strike for Manhood Suffrage - ALTHOUGH 100,000 LESS THAN THREATENED Premier Admits the Move ment May Prove Compelling explaining how lie had just awakened from a most wonderful dream. He seemed, he said, to have returned to his beloved Venice; that he was in his patriarehial gondola on the Grand canal. Everything was blazing with sun light, when suddenly above St. Mark's, the sky opened and he saw a vision of his dead sister, Rost, who descending C)aremont Sunday and returned yester towards him, took his hand, saying: L morninff with Ordwav. "The moment has not yet come for jcrar8imi philbriok telephoned to the youto join ine. our work is not. tin- bank at Lynn Rnd Iearned t)mt Austi ished." , . . Bennett, signer of the check Ordway is Prof. March lafava, the popes physi- g t() have cd h ot nan, said to-day: ine popes umeaa is haV( anv aecount at the bank, and the IIUW baJWIIg nullum vuui ar. , ine in tient is m did. The check was on the National City Bank of "Lynn and was signed by Austin Bennett under date of April 11. Later Bissell was told he was the victim of a fraud. City Marshal Phi'. brick located Ordway in Claremont, reg istered under the name ot Scth osgooa, While in that place ha attempted to cash a cheek for $20, it is claimed. Mar shal Philbrick and Sir.' Bissell went to the foreni ng a norma course ine pa- pftoking conlpanv claimed he was not inch better during the hours of fworkin for 't. oon, after a nights rest. He 8nortIy before 4 o'clock, Marshal Phil- had, a slight setback late yesterday, .-u n ..,, !,, ' A !, ; H urn ills i-c-liijici ALUI C IVW DllllVlJ, noon the pope was assisted from hi bed to an arm chair and was able to partake of, chicken telly, which seemed to rc fresh him greatly." ANOTHER BOLD KILL- ING STIRS UP CUBA Jose Fernandez, Prominent Liberal Poi- ' ititian, Murdered By Special Policeman at Cienfuegos. Havana, April 15. Jose Fernandez, a prominent liberal politician and known throughout Cuba as Chichi Fernandez, was shot and billed yesterrtny after noon in the prinoipal cafe at Cienfuegos. The shooting marks the first stage of the vendetta provoked by the assassina tion Saturday of Ceferino A. Mended, who recently was elected conservative the judge would arrive for the hearing and was told it would be within fifteen minutes. Then the marshal closed the cell room door, and when he went to get Ordway for the trial found him lying on the floor with his throat cut. lie was unconscious and was taken to the hospital, where he died within a short time. Ordwav answered the description of a man wanted in Gardner, Mass., and in Bellows Falls, V't., on charges of passing worthless checks. TIME IS EXTENDED FOR FILING CLAIMS For Sixty Claimants for Damage in the Titanic Disaster, Mo Other Claims Can Be Filed. t New York, April 15. The time limit c .ir . ft i i . 1 . 7 u r; " "1,;; for the filing of damage claims against riddled with bullets. I he assassin ot rernanilez was a spe cial policeman, Eustagnio Ordonez, who wan attached to the office of the iit.e mayor. Finding Fernandez sitting in the cafe with a party of friends, Or donez w-iithout warning fired all tin chambers -of his revolver at him. Four of the bullets took effect. Ordonez was arrested but refused to make a state ment as to his reasons for snootily Fernandez. The city of Cienfuegos was thrown into a state of intense excitement as a result of the tragedy. All the stores were closed and strong forces of police and mrales last night were patrolling the streets. The general belief here i Joseph Jobin, Aged 73, Went Down Four inai , more poimc.ai assassinations are 1 Stories, imminent. . When the news of the killing of Ker- AVorcester, Mass., April 15. Joseph nandez reached Havana, the secretary Jobin, aged 73, was instantly killed of the interior ordered the commanders yesterday afternoon in the store of C. T. of the detachments of troops and rural Sherer company on rront street, by fall suardsmen in the province of Santa ing four stories to the bottom, of an the Ocean Steam Navigation company, limited, for losses incurred by the sink ing of the Titanic, was extended today by United States Judge Holt in tin; case of two attorneys, representing near ly sixty claimants. One acting for seven resident of Switzerland was given thirty days. The other, representing claims of over fifty immigrants, was givjin one week. , total of $11,774,604 has been claimed in 685 cases. No other claims can now be filed. KILLED BY PLUNGE. Clara to be prepared to proceed to Cieii fuegos at a moment's notice. Senor Ferrara, speaker of the Hniise of Representatives, who was presiding over a liberal caucus when won! was received of the assassination of Fernan dez, ' immediately ordered an adjourn ment,' declaring that there now was no guarantee for the lives of liberals and that their only alternative was to re tire' from politics or liegin a revolu tion. The assassin of Mayor Mendez, a po liceman named Campos, was arrested Sunday night. He declared he killeJ the mayor because he had refused to authorize the payment of hi back al ary.' This excuse, however, is regarded as a mere subterfuge. Campos, it charged by the authorities, was hin to commit the murder by partisans 01' Jose Fernandez, who was defeated in the Tacs for ths mayoralty of Cien- lurpos. The secretary of the interior in a statement issued last night said the gov ernment was fully determined to pre serve order in Cienfuegos no matter what the cost. elevator well. Mr. 'Jobin was employed as a furniture packer and was alone in the packing room when the accident happened, so nobody knows how he came to fall into the well. He evidently plunged head first to the bottom of the well," as hi skull was crushed. The first the attaches of the store knew of the accident was when they were notified by two boys that dead man was in the well. ARMISTICE AGREED ON FOR THREE DAYS RECEIVER IS NAMED. For Concern of Fred . Ahern, Who Is Mysteriously Absent. Boston, April IS. The nnexpla:nl disappearance of Fred E. Ahern of Co hasset at Drner, N. II., April , plays a part in a hill in equity filed in the mi perior court yesterday by the Boylston national bank"agmint the" Lincoln Broth ers company, a coal and wood firm in Cohasset, for the appointment of a re ceiver. Ahem is president of the company and tn nearly all the stock. The b.ll alh-re that on IW. 23 he ex ecuted a mortjrage for on the property and the mortgagee is about t. foreclose. It i alleged he had no au thority from th corpora t ion to eiecnte the mortgage. It is a)o riaimnl there i nt utli int era n or feed for the etjtht hor- oawl t-v th eompaoy and sot etimgh nvm- Between Turkey and the Balkan Allies, According to Semi-Official Dis patch To-day. Paris, April 15. A three days' armis tice has been arranged between Turkey and the lialkan allies, according to a semi-official dispatch from Constanti nople. t KNEW THE TRICKSTERS.' Martin Wat Acquainted With Them in London. London. April 15. Iuring his sojourn in England Joseph Wilberforoe Maitm. the miming Mt-mphis cotton broker, de fame acquainted with meniliers of a Tan,; ot international sharpers and contiden) trickters, including a handome nnun, according to the Daily News. But Al though they are past matters in the art Brussels, Belgium, April 15. -0.cr ona- third of the workmen in Belgium hive struck and joined the Socialists, as a protest against the system of plural vot- ng, which effectually prevents them from obtaining a majority at the poll and which has permitted the clerical party to remain in power for the past twenty years. Virtually complete figures gathered from all the province except Antwerp and Wfcst Flanders 3iowed a total of 256,000 strikers out this morning, and estimates from Antwerp and West Flan ders, where the Socialists are weakest, indicate another 14,000 there. The So cialists, however, assert the total reaches 350,000, and the clericals and govern ment place the figure at only 120,000. Despite the fact that so many of the laboring class are idle, there has been a notable lack of violence, The strikers are evidently determined to respect the call of their leaders that the trike be one of folded arms and not of raised fHts. Brussels, April 15. Although the num. ber of men who quit work yesterday to force the government to grant them suffrage is 100,000 short of the Socialist prediction and although the clericalist press is beginning to call the movement "a pitiable fiasco," the trike has shown 1 greater strength than was expected by imperial observers. The strike thus far has been markel by neither disturbance nor any especial inconvenience to the general public. Ths gas, water, electric and street cleaning services and the street car and railroads are in operation as usual,, but the city is full of children of the provincial strik ers who are being cured, for by the families of the liberals. r The only act of "sabotage" occurred ;n the suburb where three big machines in a leather factory were damaged. Brussels is not an industrial center. There are about 50.000 workmen here of whom less than 20.000 are out. . Admits Strike May Be Dangerous. The premier, M. Da Broqueville, in an interview last night, admitted' that if the strike dragged on it might prove dangerous by leading to disorders, but he said that at the present time there was no reason to fear disturbances. ' The premier added that while the elec toral laws were not such that they could not be changed for the better, the government could not allow itself to be coerced and must stand firm in the face of menaces. To agree to the socialists' demands would be to place an eternal weapon in the hands of the Socialist party which they would brandish at tin heatls of all future governments, He pointed out that to delegate a commission to consider a change in th electoral system would practically in volve revision of the constitution, which would open tip great difficulties. In con clusion, he denied all rumors of cabinet dissension on this question and declared: "If the strike is evolutionary we will suppress the riots; if calm, it will nut and cannot have any practical result." -M. lie Broqueville further intimate! that if ths 1114 elections gave his party freedom in this matter, he would lie ready to consider a change in the clo torai system. La Louviere, Belgium, April 15. The miners' strike liere wa(s general ycsterdu v, not a man beyond those necessary to keep the machinery in order having goii" into the mines. All the factories closed their doors except a pottery which was running at full force. I he street cars were operating as usual during the fore noon as the strike of the motormen and conductors was timed to liegin at seen o'clock last' evening. Some attempts have been made to cut telegraph. wir in the vicinity. Chfcrleroi, Belgium. April 13. The sii pension of work at the coal mine in this district was complete except that sulfl cient men remained at their posts to keep the machinery in good order ml the pumps working. The metal wor!c;s of the vicinity have only partially quit their employment but it is understood that the remainder of the men in this branch will lay rtowp tneir tool--. Burlington Aldermen Voted to Appro priate Money for Purpose. Burlington, April 13. The board of 11 Mermen voted last night to appropriate to fit up a rest room for women '11 the Menioriul building. The Iniard of fi nance reported to the board In favor of the project and recommended that a sum of W0 be appropriated at once. Tha board of finance also recommended that a matron be employed to look after the 100m. A resolution embodying the recommen dations of the lioard of finance was then introduced. This, however, met with some opposition. At least some of tlio board members, were opposed to "rail roading" the resolution through without taking some time to consider it. Alder man lloucher made a motion that .he resolution be made to lie on the t.'b'o for further consideration. This wa't mc oi:de! by Alderman Crane.- Alderman Dion was in favor of allow ing the resolution to lie over until some of the members had had timo to inspect the rooms where it is proposed to locnt s the. rest room. He said he' was in favor of tlio project as a whole but was op os"d to the "railroad tactics" which had been employed ever since the neiv board organized. Alderman Hall declared that Burling ton had forged 4(1 year's behind the times ever since, he could remember and lit thought it was time that the city hud a rest room when one could be afforded in Montpelier and other smaller cities. Alderman Buell was in favor of the project, lie said he had inspected the rooms and ' that they were admirably suited to the purpose. This was fol lowed by the vote as above stated. DESTROYED FINE MANSION To Make Sure, Suffragettes Placed Explosives Along with Fire TROUT SEASON OPEN No WITH FISII STCS Great Success Attep'. .rst Ef- forts to Lure Wil Vermoc .0 , A jKS. t From CANOE TRIP ENDS IN DEATH PROPERTY BELONGED TO UNIONIST MEMBER Large Quantity of Suffrage . Literature Was Left About WILSON APPOINTS JOHN E. OSBORNE To Be First Assistant Secretary of State Other Nominations Were An- . " nounced To-day. Washington, D. C April 15. Presi dent Wilson to-dav nominated former Governor John E. Osborne of Wyoming to be first assistant secretary of state; waiter tl. 1'age ot .New lork as ambas sador to (Jreat Britain: William H. Os- born of (ireensboro, Korth Carolina, as commissioner of internal revenue, and H. Snowden Marshall as United States attorney for the southern district of New York. Hastings, England, April 15. Militant suffragettes to-day destroyed the hand some seaside mansion at Saint Leonards- on-the-set dieloiieins to Arthur Pliil-.p Du Cros, a Cnionist member of Parlia ment from. Hastings, The women nit only set fire to the house but they placed explosives in many of the rooms. The residence recently was vacated. A 'arge quantity of suffrage literature was found in the vicinity. At Bath sympathizers with the suffra gettes last night cut the telegraph and telephone wires at the entrance to t!'e box tunnel on he (Ireat Western rail way near here, (ireat inconvenience wss caused to train service. . ANTI-SUFFRAGISTS START BIG CAMPAIGN TO MEET WILSON. Japanese Ambassador Will Be at White House To-day. Washington, D. C, April 15.- Presi dent Wilson arranged to meet the Jap anese ambassador at the White House late to-day. It is believed the ambassa dor aought an interview to convey to the president the latest views of his government on the changes in the alien land laws in California since he called at the White House tw-o weeks ago. WARRANTS ISSUED FOR MELLEN TO-DAY Also Another for McHenry, Vice Presi dent of the New Haven System, , ' Charging Manslaughter. BridgejMirt, Conn., April 15. Bench warrant for President Charles, S. Mei-" len and Vice President E. H. McHenry of the New Haven railroad were isaue j this morning by Judge Gardiner Green in the criminal session of the superior court of Fairfield county. ' They charge the two officials with gross negligence and manslaughter in connection with th ; Westport wreck last October, in which several live were lost. The warrants were issued on request of State's Attorney Stiles Jiidsou and they follow the lines of those secured some time ago for four other o flu in Is of the company. President Mcllefi was in court today and accepted service. SMILES WHEN SENTENCED. Francis L. Lemoyne Given Not Less Than Five Years. Boston, April 15.--Smilingly, Francis Li I-emoyne. aliaj rreil Marks of lied Greatest Demonstration of ths. Kind Ever Known in the United States Is Promised. Washington, D. C, April 15. Anti suffragists started to-day on what thei leaders declared would be the greatest demonstration against suffrage the coun try has vet seen. Drawinir room mct ings w-ill be numtrous, Congress will lie assailed and the week will end with two public meetings. Women of national note will be among the speakers in a crusade against enfranchisement of the sex. Many will also appear before tlio Senate woman still rage committee at a hearing Saturday. BOY FUGITIVE DROWNED. Perley Reever, 14, Fleeing from the In dustrial School. " Manchester, X. H., April 15. Perley Reever, 14. an inmate of the industrial school, was drowned yesterday while at tempting- to-weap from--the institu tion by swimming the Merrimack river, Reever and other1 boys were at work grading about a new building when, without warning; three, bovs made a dash toward the river. Only Reever, how ever, kept on in that direction, as one turned south and the other north. Reever ran directly across the railroad tracks, and when the bank of the river was reached plunged in and started for the other side. When he had reached a toint about 30 feet from the east nank, he evidently was seised with cramps. He threw up his hands, gave a cry and sank. He did not rise aain. When Reever started to run, a "trus ty, Alcide Babineau, started after hint and kept in close mi rs u it until the riter was reached. There Babineau also plunged into the ice-cold water, but be fore he could overtake the runaway the latter sank from view. -The police wee immediately notified, and Frank P, Wiggin recovered, the body. . . Young Reever was born in I-akeport and was sent to the school from that place in August, IH10. One of the othr boys who attempted to escape, Wililam Hackett. of West Stewartstown, was Due hour before sunris-e this morning witnessed the curtain lifting 011 the optn season for catching brook trout, brown trout or Lock Levcn trout. 1 he same hour of April 15 saw hundreds of fish ermen, all over Vermont start out in quest of the speckled species that lurk in the little rapids of every brook. In Barre the. call of the brook was answered by an unusually large delega tion of the hook and line fraternity, and throughout the dav trout brooks ill nearby towns were traveled from mouth to head waters. . t.'p to an early hour this afternoon no large catches hud rxen reported for the reason that most of the fishermen probably preferred to stay on the brooks until tlio live pound limit was reached. With a warm sun today and it record of spring dnvs fairly favorable for mak ing good fishing, the advance from this vicinity this morning was larger than in former years. Nearly every man who ever llslioil with u bent hook and a wil low pole wanted to go and not ft few arranged their affairs so they could ge. Men who are more familiar with trout brooks in Vermont than with Isaack Newton's "Complete Angler" are san guine of an excellent season for the port. They point out the fact that 11 mild winter is altogether in favor of the brooks as well as the trout and with every indication of an early ami permanent return of warm weather it looks to' them as though a good many trout would perish during the next few weeks. In towns about Barre, reports of a promising nature have been coming in for several davs. One man whose bus iness calls him to the countryside each week adds his say to the general opiir ion by declaring that brooks in many places were ready two weeks ago with the trout waiting to be caught. He does not add, however, that any had been caught. ; Maurice C. Sparhawk, Dart mouth Student, Drowned Yesterday FRIEND GOT ASHORE WITH DIFFICULTY Sparhawk Was Formerly a Student at Norwich University PUT UNDER BONDS. Middlebury College Student Alleged Leader of Town Rumpus. Middlebury, April 15. As a result of a uisturuanct at the moving picture snow in the Grange hall Saturday night, which is claimed to have- been caused by a body ot college students, .M. t. Shea, a stu- oent, was arrested bv Chief of Police Frank Warren, assisted by Policemen Piper. Degrev nd Wisel and Deputy Sheriff Sanford. He was later allowed his liberty until Monday morning, when he appeared before Justice A. XV, Dick ens on a charge of breach of the, peace. Allan 11. Sturtevant conducted the pros-;- ution and James Ji. Uonoway appeared tor the defendant. Mr. Shea waived ex amination and was put under $-100 bonds to appear at the June term or Addison county court. Bail was procured. There is talk around town that warrants win be issued for several other members of the party. SEEKS TO FIND OUT WHO IS THE MAYOR .Windsor, April 15. Maurice, C. Spar hawk of West Swanzcy, N. 'If., a junior at Dartmouth, . was drowned yesterday at Stunners Falls, six miles north cf here on the Connecticut river. ,With George M. Monroo of Joliot,, 111., Sparhawk was making a canoe trip to Northampton, Mass., when their craft was overturned in the iapids. Motiroc reached shore with difttcuity Sparhawk's body lias not. been recov ered. He was a graduate of the Keeno high sciiooi wiin ine class or lixr.i. ue en tered Norwich university and, later, Dartmouth college. He is survived by a brother, William Sparhawk, besides hi parents. FORMER BARRE MAN. William McAuley Died Today at Win- chendon, Mass. Word was received in this city this morning of the death of William Mc Auley, a former resident of Barre, which occurred this morning at Winehcndon, Mass. Mr. McAuley is survived by his wife. The only other relative is si half brother in this city, Arthur Steph ens, Pleasant street. Mr. McAuley has been residing at Winchendon for t ho past three years, conducting a motion picture theatre there. He was sued about 37 years, having lived the greater part of ins lite in iiarre. bile in this city he was connected with various bus iness establishments, for venrw bein, a joint partner of the McAuley & Buika barber shop and pool parlors. Mr. Mc Auley wast a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles as well as other .fra ternal organizations. " : JURY PAID OFF. Hook, N. V., who moved freely in Back captured. The third, Henry Sampson of loncord, made good his escape." Bay society during January and Febru ary, heard a sentence of from five to eight years at state's prison" imposed upon him in the' superior criminal court yesterday afternoon, and, with a smile and a word of thanks to the court offi cer who opened the door to the. deten tion room, ran lightly up the stiirs to join the other prisoners being herded for the ride to Charletown. l.emoviie, whose real name, the po lice Si.y.- is Fred Marks, pleaded jjuiltv to the theft of fifteen bonds - valued at He took his arrest -oollv, admitted the larceny of the bonds ami talked freely' of his pluns of escaping from Amer- $i.4.) from the Paine, Webber Bank ing company. He was arrested at Jack sonville, after a chase by the polics from city to city on the" way South, ics. I'p to the ,iay of his sudden departure f rom - Ihwton. after the theft of the bonds, Lemoyne had been studying mu sic, voice and piano and, languages at the Conservatory of Music, and had been familia- figure at society entertain ments. He had apartments at Ben con street during his three months' stay HORSE STEPPED ON TOES. in Boston, hired a limou-ine bv the Antwerp. April 15. The strike has not ! month and entertained lavishly. effected this port in any way. Work on Coming to Boston in December, ltl2, the dis-ks and everywhere else in tr.e ! imovne reined nis apartment, and all - er a few- days' stay bewail doing business with the Paine, Webber company through the Copley-Plaza office, of wliieii Therefore Injured Person Got Verdict from Mounted Policeman. Worcester. Mass., April 15. Because horse which Patrolman John B. Jje gasey rode in the Columbus day parade in 101 1 stepped on the toes of Thomas I- Smith. Mr. Leg sey must pay Mr. Smith $107 in accordance with a verdict returned by a jury ;n superior court yes terday before Judge Raymond. Mi. I.e irasey K; s retired on a pension since the cident. wl.'.cli .Mr. Nm'th claimed was due -to the negligence of the officer in controlling his horse. The case, went to the jury last rriday, and a sealed ver dict was returned yesterday. Herbert W. Ballard Starts Quo War ranto Proceedings in St. Albans to Oust Mayor Selden C. Greene. St. Albans, April 15. Herbert XV. Ballard has begun quo warranto pro ceedings for the purpose of determining who was legally elected mayor of St. Albans at the recent March meeting. At that time Seidell C. Greene, the union candidate of the Republican and Democratic parties, was declared elected over Ballard, who was the Progressive candidate, by two votes. Papers in the quo warranto proeeiHl- ings have been brought by State's At torney Gaylord F. Ijtdd by virtue of his office and also bv his relation with Mr. Ballard. The natural step will be to ask the supreme court to provide for a recount; and if the court decides favorably- to the petitioner, the ballots will be "recounted. The ballots are now sealed and stored in the city cloik's office. At the time of the election. Mr. Bal lard asked for a recount of the votes, but flavor (Jreetie, who was presiding over the meeting, refuted to grant the request and declared himself elected mayor of the fit v. ADMITS FORGERY CHARGE. Ar- HAD REVOLVER AND AMMUNITION. Man Arrested at Wtcooski as Alleged Hold-Up Man. Winooi. April 1.1. -The hearing in the case of John Seven, charged with assnnit with intent to commit robbery, which wa begun yesterday in in..t.icipal cotft, was continued until lo-Jay. it is allejiu that Seven held up a man turned Pri.e and a companion ncir the freight house on tiie railroad tracks about se.vr'u o'clock Sunday evening. Price immedi ately notified "Officer St. Amour, stating tiiat the man went toward Burlington And Discharged In Washington County Court Today. In Washington county court today tlio jury was discharged for the term find was paid for 32 days' services. The re mainder of the time during the present session of the court will be taken up with divorce ca-es and trials by tho court. The last .state case heard was that of State vs. John Appiani, charged with selling liquor illegally. The re spondent pleaded guilty. ' ' -. , ; 7 SERIOUS CHARGE BROUGHT. Against Man Arrested in St Albans Joseph Pedro by Name. S,t. Albans. April 15. In city court yesterday before Judge N. N. Post., Joseph Pedro was arraigned on- liio charge of' assault w-ith a dnngi.-o.i weapon with intent to kill, lit bound over for appearance at the presciit term of Franklin county court with b.iii tixed at $1,000. A. II. George appeared for Ted, who is a Mexican and who attacked Chief of Police J. F. Muhoney, when he arrested h-m Friday atteni Km for intoxication. Ho-y to Start Chicken Raising -3n a Small Scale. ' In the April Woman's Homo Compan ion a contributor writing a practical sug gest ive article, entitled "Chickens in-tim UacK-lsro, says in pari: "One of the best ways for a beginner to begin is by buying a tlo k of day-jld chicks, for which he should pa 10 to 20 cent. each. If he is stocking his Si toot houe he had better buy JO chicks. A few will die, though the loss aon!,l 1 small; about one half wiii be cock erels and snould be fried early 111 tbe tall; while the flock should tbis :lt doun to a down healthy, contented ;utl !tts ready to deliver the first home grown eggs early in October. To do this. si 10 11 1, 1 be naii-ncd city continued US usual yesterday. VETERAN KILLS HIMSELF. William H. Wood Shot Himself Through the Mouth. Worcester. M April !.. William of Lidnaniuni? and terrorizing it is not ! . Wood, aped t.. a veteran of the t ml lifln-ved that they would go so far asjr nrt member of post 10, C. A. Ri local bankers agreed readily Rev. John hill was then manaircr. Aft er several weeks. lemoyne. as he s known in all hi Boston transactions, told the Paine. Webber officials that he had fciO.IMKl on deHsit in New York. He offered to shift the account and th Hi- dre-v murder. Ail clues so far silvers! ine that Mar tin had been sren at different pla.-es since the date of his di -appears nee have proved on iniestigation to be worthless. WIRELESS RELIEF STATION. Has Beea Established at Vicksburg, Miss, and Other Places. committed suicide yesterday in his home. ; a check for foO.onO and depotited it with fl Shirley street, by shooting himM-If in I Paine. W bber A company. A little the mouth. No reason is known for the i later be drow $14.4.i2 from the Iwiik act unless poor health, from which he j against his fiii,iHt check and bought had Iwen suffcrins. His wife heard ajthe fifteen bonds with this monev. shot from the bathroom and opened the! Half an hour after the purchase vi door to find W5rd laying dead on the the bonds I-emoyne deposited tbem as George Douglass of Methucn Is raigned at Rochester, N. H. Rochester. N. H., April 15. George Douglass of Mcthuen, Mass., in police court yesterday pleaded guilty to forg ery, lie had been emuloved at the 111m- K-.r m n nf XNlirtlMlii I ill ilmot ti at I Places Crossing and, it is alleged, forged the latter's name to a check for -N in, favor of him-elf. The check' was cashed at the Rochester National bank and drawn on the Merchants' Trust com pany of I-awrenee. Judge McGill ordered the resjKindeii to furnish $2.tK0 bonds for his appear ance at the higher court, in default of which he was committeed to Dover jail. on the tracks. Seven was apprehended 4" ' ii... 1 . :. . 1 sometime ill .March. near mc ieca sneos us iiiit-i injs m mc , . ,. , , :.:,... 1... . i,..., t, i...! "The very minimum of land on which ill-ill turn u it- 1 lilt- uniin. -i-n. iinw - . - . appeared somewhat taken into custod he had a loaded re he officer. Wen, who 'The very minimum ot land on w nu n ,at intoxicated, was I lo "l h fascinating sport of ponl v and when sear-bed ; try growing is 1.4 square feet . Ius4 evoiver and five cart- I I oupifl by house MS ct ridges in his pockets. BRATTLEB0RO WOMAN HURT. Mrs. Horace French Jumped from Ttain at Greenfield, Mass. and a well fenced ard x 10 feet. Mora land is highly desiraoie, though not ab solutely iieccsary. "Back-yard poultry culture seras to originate" usually in mercenary motive. i When eggs go above fifty cent a do.-n, ia thev do with nHiiarkablo freutienry. Greenfield, Mass.. April 15. Mrs. Hor-! families of moderate means must curt.:l ace French of Clark street. Hrattlcboro, j their use immediately it seems a thougu boarded westbound train yesterday j hens fed on table scraps could do t!i afternoon, thinking she was on the train ; work cheaer and easier at home, .nil for Brattlelioro. After the train started ; presently there is a little square shea she realized hVr mistake and jumped in the back yard, and some feet of f?m- jfrom the train after it had got eome ; ing. Yet other and possibly finer mo 'distance down the yard. She received : lives may le touched bv the oti!:iy I severe bruises and slight injuries to 'ambition. The outdoor life is win'n Ciear or Match Started Damage in a heT hen l- h,,t at ""N''1' was something. It is better t Ik- pottcrmg , stated that her injuries were of a minor slmnt the chicken coop tlian to si: Business Biocfc. nature. ting in the front room smoking or it! t'-a Lnia. N. H.. April IS. Fire resicr- i parlor playing bridge. Live animals are day afternoon raued damage estimal-J Ninth Death in C V. Wreck. ! eU and personal friends to those no FIRE AT LAC0NIA, N. H. floor with a revolver in his linnd. The bullet entered the brain and caused in stant death. Mr. Wood came to Worret-ter ed at about !-." in Cook s block, in Montreal. April 15.- By the death ves n . . . . 1 1 . . , . . . 1 . . . -, . . 1 -1 1 1 """"" " V"! ,0,"nr iri:M,.n""- . . . T. terdar afternoon of D.xid Under-, the company r ..n o, .SI. lie theorm floor an,, weni up injo ,ne pan - 1 of Altt , th, ,ntr,j ipii lor .rw iii-a!is. ine lact tost lion, inio iw mm iwn 111 in- n wifc- us was lis- lot t'w KIks. It 1 Vermont wreck Sunday nsr here was Weather Forecast- . - 4- " - 1 . L. . I ...I 1 . I - . - 1 1 . I'll 1 . : ...n, I . . I mjnw i irini:tiir -. - , in-. spurious was hs-mm liie r-iffc. i -uri-'--i .-m i , . i kshurjr Miss- April 15. -A w irel-s I I'pton five v.-ar an and was emplored j covered quickly and Inspector I. nch w ' dropped a match or ck-sr stub. j on hand to buy a supply a revi-r ; system for flood relief work was opem-d as a machini-t i the 1. If. Bums Co. I put on the trail. At New Orleans Le- 1 The loss to the buiMmg is placed at was asked for to protect the hore as here t-dv. JA irelea stations are lo-lfmtorv at !" Franklin street. He is mm ne was only a few hour rx-nl ivl'j0. Kher losers are John Booth, tuu- property of the corporation, j rated in remote sections, which are lia- j survurd by Hi wife and three hil-j at ! konv i!lc just as lemoyne had laired bv watr to stock and fixtures of I Fair to-night and Wednesday; light Jadg- Pierie appointed UiiLam L We to be rut off frm t-oiumunn-atton j dmt. The funeral will be Wednesday I reached bis last stage of his I'n Itr4 1 jewelry store, fcf0; KIks lodge rouia,Ho moderate variable w.nds, Barnard receiver. by hih water. atternoc-n. Mates Journey be was overtaken, fl". All are cohered by mnuran.e. easterly. nurse them and they draw out many amishle human qualities. "For the education of children mr: inj can be better tbun such a grntV, thoiich exctin. o,TUation as fed: -g th ben and looking after tiir ci:uk-. Children, of course, ouglit to be brn-iebt i.p in t!i country, on farm if poi'-V. but where these very desirable cotvi mostly ' tions fail. lck-iot poultry cuitjic Cr s f;rif subt;tute.