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THE BARRE DAILY TIME
VOL. XIX NO. 18. BARRE, VERMONT, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1915. PRICE, ONE CENT. 4 PEACE LOOMS HIGHER Despite Official Denials, It Is Believed in Rome That There Is Basis for Report That Turkey at Least Is Considering the Initiation of Peace Move REINFORCEMENTS CAUSED RETREAT POSSIBLY AUSTRIA IS ALSO CONCERNED I P8.898 fighting "as bee., in progress all kj ijj winter, notwithstanding the Knows and Austrian Official Statement Speaks of Reverse at the Beskid Region Be tween Hungary and Galacia. Vienna, April 5. Retreat of the Aus trian forces in the Beskid region of the Carpathians, where some of the heaviest lighting bag taken place in the struggle for control of the mountain passes lead ing into Hungary, was announced yes terday at army headquarters., the state ment is as follows:' "The presence of large Russian rein forcements arriving from Przemysl com pelled the Austrian army to withdraw from the Beskid. "In the Carpathians fighting on both Rides of the Laboroza valley continues. Yesterday we attacked the eastern heights and dislodged the enemy from several strong positions. Russian at tacks east of Virawa were repulsed. In yesterday's engagement we captured 1, 020 prisoners. The Beskid mountains form part of the boundary between Hungary and Gal acia. They are a section of the great Carpathian range, the nature harrier upon which Austria-Hungary relies to halt the Russian advance. On the mountain heights and in the REPARATION SUGGESTED In Polite and Diplomatic Language of United States Note Austria Admits Retreat in Beskid and Russians, Be sides Asserting Victory There, Declare They Have Won Definite Advantage Over the Germans Notwithstanding official denials., it is believed in Rome that there is basis for the report that Turkey and possibly Aus tria is considering the initiation of peace negotiations. In this connection signifi cance is attached to the presence in Swit zerland of Djavid Pasha, Turkish minis ter of finance. An official denial was made at Vienna last week that peace ne gotiations were being considered. An official statement from the Turkish v ar office says the Turkish fleet sunk two Russian ships in the Black sea near Odes sa. It said also that a mine-sweeper which attempted to approach the en trance to the Dardanelles was destroyed. The Serbian losses in border fighting with the Bulgarian irregulars is placed at Nish as at 12S men killed and wounded. The Bulgarian force is said to have amounted to a regiment and a half. Beyond the bare admission that the Austrian forces in Beskid have been com pelled to retreat, Vienna has given no in formation of the status of affairs along that section of the Hungarian frontier, There is as yet no indication whether Hungary is threatened seriously with in vasion. The Russian war office not only claims great success in Beskid but asserts that definite advantages were gained over the Germans in northern Poland. bitter cold. Recently the Russians have announced important successes in this struggle, although these claims hither to bad not been corroborated in Vienna. The fighting in the Beskids has been se vere recently, as is shown by the official reports. The Austrian statement of yesterday said it had been ascertained that all the Russian divisions released by the fall of the Galacia fortress of Przemysl were now on the Carpathian front. AGED WOMAN DIED FROM TERRIBLE BURNS Mrs. Lucinda Shepard of West Rutland the Victim Fire Probably Start ed From Pipe She Was " Smoking. Rutland, April 5. While her relatives were at Rutland shopping, death came Saturday night to Mrs. Lucinda Shep ard, an aged resident of West Rutland, in a horrible form, She was burned to death and owing to her advanced age and disabilities there is every reason to mney she was unable to make much struggle, but was compelled to watch the AND TO THE POINT j !Vn,r " Vy '"t0 ber ,T!' viiixo ru w iiicii ism; SUV was lllMltCU lu the floor under the intense heat. Jfi s. , Shepard's head, face, arms and the upper portion of Her body suffered most and it was these injuries which proved fatal. How her clothing caught lire is some thing of a mystery, although it is ad vanced as a theory that a match with which she was lighting a pipe which she smoked occasionally fell into the folds of her dress. Her nephew, Charles Wbittemore. and Ins w ife came to Rutland Saturday even ing. The traced V was discovered hv the the American sailinir shin William P. neonln li vinrr SiAM'Ticf uira I-miO nnr until Frye' by the German auxiliary cruiser w had been overcome bv the fire. When i rum titei rriedncli was made public found Mr JhnirH l.r n ti, w.r conscious and never recovered conscious MESSAGE BRIEF Is Confined Chiefly to the Legal Aspects of the Case Washington, D. C. April 5. The Amer ican note to Germany-on the sinking ofijng. THREE BODIES LAY IN CELLAR MARSH FIELD COUPLE HIGHLY HONORED Woman's Story of Hus band's Failure to Return Mr. and Mrs. Martin Newton, Respected Residents, Were Married 50 Years Ago Saturday. When Police Investigated (.I, was the 50th anniversary of the mar riage of Mr. and Mrs. Martin jsewion. Mr. Newton was horn at Grantham, X. II., within the enclosure now known as Wue Mountain park. Mrs. Newton was a native of Woodstock, where they resided until about 1873, since which time they have lived in Marshfield. They have one son, Frank, who is engaged in buying live stock. Seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren are descended from the worthy couple. Quite a group of their near neighbors gathered Saturday afternoon to help them celebrate the occasion. Music was furnished, a ,Kem was read,, followed by prayer and the presentation of a tidy sum of money in token of the high es teem in which they are regarded. Among their guests were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Preston, Miss Stella Preston, Mrs. John Knnis, Mrs. A. A. Lyndes and mother, Mrs. I). K. Lucas, Mrs. S. H. Packer, Mr. and Mrs. O. I). Cole, Rev. C. H. Chapin, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith of Cabot; Mrs. George Freeman of West AFTER INVESTIGATING NOISE IN RESTAURANT Robbers Had Thrown Safe into the Cellar and Am bushed All Comers ANCIENT HOUSE DESTROYED Building in Marshfield, Built in 1790, Burned on Sunday OLD "Pn vc i'AVPPM" . HTTrTT71T T-v TV f A TV NO OUTWARD EVIDENCE OF EITEL'S PLANS Still Lay at Her Dock at Newport News To-day and it is Not Known Whether She Wilt Dodge Out to Sea.' Newport News, April 5. The German auxiliary cruiser Prins Kitel Friedrich still lay at her wharf to-day, with no outward evidence whether she would move to sea or intern. to-day. It is very brief and confined principally to the recital of. the legal aspects of the sinking of the Frye and in polite and diplomatic language sug gests that Germany make reparation. STORM'S TOLL IS NEARLY 100 PRAYED FOR PEACE. TURKISH WARSHIP REPORTED SUNK Vessel Constructed in the United States is Said to Hart Struck a Russian Mine in Black Sea. Ixmdon, April 5. The sinking of the Turkish armored cruiser Medjidieh is reported from Petrograd to Reuter's Tel egram company. A scmi-oflit ial com miration from Sevastopol to Petrograd mvs that the Medjidieh struck a mine near the Russian roast last light and went down. The Medijidieh was memWr of the Turkish Black sea fleet which has at tacked P.uusn ports on severs! vxa Sinns and sunk Russian veneris. The Medjidieh was an American fcuilt ship, hating been laid down is Phila delphia in l!i.1. She at not a Urge ' iwl and her armament was compara-1 lively light. Mie was 331 fert long and wss armed it b two ait-inch gun, eight 4.7-ineh gun. ' three pounder, ait i 15000 Men and Women Got as Near Sky as Possible. Riverside, Cal April 5. More than .',0I0 men and women climbed Mount Roubidoux, the highest nearby peak, be fore dawn yesterday, knelt at the foot of a huge cross surmounting its crest, and prayed for peace. The service licgan just as the sun rose over the summits of the San Bernardino range. A chorus of several hundred led by singers uf na tional reputation, chanted Euater an thems. Hundreds of visitors from the east attended the services. Steamer Prins Maurits Probably Foun dered off ape Hatteras Tug Ed. Luckenbach and 15 Men Lost. New York. April 5. The latest reports of the effects of tha great storm which swept the Atlantic coast Friday and Saturday indicate that ihe total of hu man lives will reach nefrly 10(1. The Royal Dutch West Indies steamer Prins Maurits, with 49 aboard, is believed to have foundered off Cape Hatteras. Fifteen of the crew of the sea-going tug K.dward Luckenbach perished when the tug was wrecked off False Cape Vir ginia, ten men were drowned when two coal barges broke away from the tug Cumberland and pounded to piece's off tape Henlopen, Del. thirteen men aboard the barge Tampico which broke away from her tow are believed to have been lost. Dozens of barges, schooner and other craft are sshorc at various, point along the coast and the crews have been rescued. ness. Hv using blankets, brooms an pails of water the blaze was extinguish ed. BURNED TO DEATH. Rudolph Mores u, 26, Died in Marlboro, Mass., Hospital. Marlboro, Mass., April 5. Rudolph Jioreau, z, died in the Marlboro hos pital yesterday, as the result of burns he sustained when he fell across the flame of a gas stove. Moreau was employed m a shoe factory in Manchester, N. H.( and was visiting his wife and child over taster. .Medical Examiner J. H. MeOrath, Hud eon, is investigating the matter. STORM WORKED EAST. GLASGOW STEAMER SENT TO BOTTOM Veered Off Into the Canadian Maritime Provinces. Boston. April S. The b!ir.?ard which lashed New Krigltind Saturday worked to the eastward yesterday over the Cana dian maritime provinces, havintr in its jwake a tangle of prostrated wires and miles 01 snow-uiocKeci nighway. So far as bad been learned', no lives were lost, although 14 men in barges off Cane Cod, and three in a barge in Mas sachusetts bay had narrow escapes from drowning. Crew of Olivine Were Rescued By Brit ish Torpedo Boat Destroyer Off the Isle of Wight. London, April 5, 1:65 p. m. The Glas gow steamer Olivine and Russian hark Hermes were sunk by a (iermsn subma rine Sunday afternoon off the Isle of Wight. The crews took to the boats and were rescued by a British torpedo boat destroyer. GIANT PUGILISTS FACED EACH OTHER Johnson Entered the Ring a Slight Fa vorite over Willard, Despite the Latter's Youth. WORRY OVER SOLDIER SON CAUSED SUICIDE George Vargo, Hungarian, Hanged Him self in His Employer's Barn in Middlebury Saturday Son is in Austrian Army. Middjcbury, April 5. (Veorge Vargo. a Hungarian, who lias been in this roun try about a year, committed suicide Saturday morning by hsnging in tKe burn of H. J. Peek at New Haven, by whom he wa employed. The body was found bv Mr. Peek about 0:30. 15 or '.'0 minutes after the man bad left the house. It is thought that despondency over lack of news from a son in the Austrian army, arid from not hearing from his home for a long time, prompted him to Kill himself. Vargo was 5.1 years of age. He (eaves a wile, two daughters, and two son in Hungary. A daughter is the wife of James Ihicco of Kcldcns. The remains will be put in the vault at New Haven, to lie taken later to his old home for interment. BIG LIQUOR SEIZURE. 12 SURVIVERS ARRIVE. C ssi us Bosley, a Middlebury Hotel Man, is Held as Owner. Middlebury, April S. Cano'11 Bosley. proprietor of the Middlehurv inn, will appesr in court to answer to the owner ship of !0 pint and hit half-pint bo- lira of whiskey found Saturday night in ham on the (reek road, owned by liosley, by Chief of Police Horge H. ( lis flee snd Policeman Patrick Shea and Havana, April 5. Jack Johnson and Jess Willsrd, contestants for the world' i heavyweight puglistic title, entered the. rinir li.rt v aft.tr twistn tn..la i I e.l by a crowd pf spectators' who bad .'"T f')J,'t- ..... paid nesrlv fcMO.OOO to witness the hat-1, Tl"; ofr' n"n'" '"j'W tie. The d.y was slightly overcast and ,'"rn' " ?? tU .... , !The building s hs-ked. After confis- rstinjr. the tuff Chief Chaffee snd his e itants paid a viit to the Middlebury which was searched for contraliand New York, April 5. Otto Zinn, the keeper of a restaurant, and two em- j ployes, Ronald Held and Stephen Movor-! isky, were killed early this morning in Zinn s restaurant, supposedly by bur glars. Mr. and Mrs. Zinn were sleeping over the restaurant and were awakened by a noise below, the proprietor going down to investigate. When Mr. Zinn failed to return his wife notified the police who found iZnn and his two employes, Held and Uoveris ky, dead in the cellar. Beside fcliej bodies were three bloody cleavers with which their heads had been battered in. Nearby were the safe that had been thrown from the floor above and a re volver and some burglars' tcols. The safe had not been opened. The police believe that men went into tho store, got a meal and then hid in the celar. hen the cook and the jorUr went down cellar to get the coal they surprised and killed them. After committing the double murder, the men are believed to have thrown the safe down the stairs, the noise arousing the proprietor. When the proprietor sur prised the thieves at their work of try ing to open the safethey killed him too and then fled. High Wind Also Caused the Loss of Other Buildings Marshfield, April 5. The house owned by A. Clyde Mears was totally destroyed by (ire Sunday morning. The fire orig- Woodstock, a sister of the bride; and the inated from sparks from the chimney immediate family of their son, except ; fallinir on the roof, the alarm beinw fivrn . , J.i. .J .1-., C T (laays, wno was aeiauien jor iue cmc .ji the little brother, who has been critically ill. HOSPITAL AID REPORT. REPORTED DISASTER IS NOT CONFIRMED tne somewnal cool conditions were con- ' . 1 .(.. ..4 .nn l 1 V. M .... .1.. vi.y 01 o.rmru rPica l ..ink of eon.lit ion .nd ... h w. ,nfi..n , nave uttn ubk. London, April B. The steamer C of Bremen, of Dublin, has been sunk (,ermn submarine off Wold Rock in the English channel, about 15 milm south of Land Knd, Cornwall. Four members of the crew of the steamer Were of winning. Never before in the history!!"" " con,r"n,, lof boxing hsd two men of such gigantic tu w't,Mmt "u- . , , , ' . VfcjU faced each other. Ilcy w.s t.ken ,nto cu.tody and 1 11:11... 1 .:. . 1 gave tsmds in lor hi apn"rne It Was Voted to Buy the Silver for the New Hospital. The regular quarterly meeting of the Itarre Hospital Aid association was held in Aldrlch hall Friday, ten members be ing present. The president called the meeting to order, and the secretary s re. ports were read and approved. The treasurer's report, showing a balance on April 1 of $45."0, was also accepted. It was voted to buy the silver needed for the new hospital. Mrs. D. F. Davis, chairman of the house committee, reported on the work done the past quarter and suggested that the association purchase long cur tains for the reception room. Jt was moved and carried that the house com mittee lie instructed to buy what in their judgment seemed best for curtains. Mrs. . J. Clupp, chairman of the sewing committee, reported the amount of work done, which included 17 night shirts, 12 dozen pillow cases, five dozen towels, 31 pairs curtains, 21 draw sheets. Mrs. Howard was then called upon to report on the work done by the South j Barrc ladies, which included the Disking of 32 nightshirts, 52 draw sheets, lij sheets, 21 pillow cases, 30 pads. 54 tow els, a pari of the cotton being furnished by them. Mrs. Tilden'a report for the finance committee showed $23.50 collected in due, and 2fl new memlers and one hon orary member. Mr. Lane reported the work of the advertising committee for another edition of cook books, showing good progress made in getting ads. The question of new china for the new- hospital was then discussed, and it was voted to buv what was needed. It was left with the house committee to look up price and samples. It wa then voted that the ladies furnish the ma ternity ward complete. Miss Swift was called upon to report on the needs of the hospital, and she requested the purchase of kimonos and bathrobe. It was voted that the sewing committee lie empow ered to purchase material for kimonos and more cotton as needed, also six bathrobes. It was oted that the seerctsry lie in structed to send a letter of cheer to Mrs. . .1. Morse, a faithful member of the at about 10 o'clock. The firemen re sponded promptly, but, ow ing to the strong wind, it was impossible to save the house and the adjoining buildings on that side of the road. Thirty cords of wood also were burned. The house was situated on the Plain field road about two miles from the vil lage and was one of the oldest in town, having been erected in 17. It was known as the old Putnam tavern. It was owned for many years by Ohed Lam berton and his son, Albert, the recent occupant having purchased it about a ' year ago. The loss is partially covered by insurance. NO CHANGE IN GRANITE TROUBLE Awaiting a Communication from Head quarters on Polishers-Lumpers' Con tention and Tool Sharpeners' Contention. The situation in the granite industry remains the same. The contention over the jurisdiction of rtain men employed in polishing mills to whether they should remain in the lumpers' union or on the other hand join the polishers' union still remains to be settled, as does also the contention over the number of men employed on a sharp ening machine which sffects the agree ment between the tool sharpeners snd manufacturers. A communication" on these matters is expected from headquarter at Quincy either this afternoon or to-morrow, and further conferences will be held as soon a it is received. It is reported that the engineer on the quarrie have reached an understand ing for a settlement with the quarry-owner. CLERKS' SITUATION REMAINS SAME W.lluf-.l trim t. 1 Trf-klt SSW)M K At' skM.l nna lalf .. i . si r liss U lilt ll-n. Mil U IK , 4. ten years younger, m.t the superior. I P ' skilled and long experience of the chain He acknowledged pp, the owner- drowned. Twelve survivors have arrived Pion "0"''',,r,'l hy many to mor than I TWO WOMEN CLAIM ESTATE. in Penwine. Available shipping record do not con tain the Sims of the tesm-r City of Bremen of Ihjblin. BRITISH WARSHIP MKAsDhll. liUKAEll wirt. in or 1 . I - ' iEach Says She is Lawful Widow of Hundred, of eger fan spent the night' James W. Shipmsn. in the linr outside the race tra.k t i Rrsttlclmro, April .1. -Two women, i-n.re ticket. Jhnon I generally the -ch of whom ilim to tl lawful fnnte in betting by ulight odd. Hi' widow of Jamr . Shipm). former promoter thi tnorninjT banded John- 'circus man snd proprn tor of the South xn MO.IKiO ss hi hre of the gte r-! Vernon bnt l. 'i" b"th occurred on Steamer Prins Maurits Is Reported to Have Gone Down Off Cape Hat teras, but No Wreckage Is Found. , New York, April S.-Fears that the steamer Prins Maurits of the Royal Dutch West Indies Co, line had gone down, possibly with all on board, were expressed last night in a wireless mes sage received from the steamer Algon quin, which Saturday went to the aid of the Prins Maurits, reported in dis tress off Cape Hatteras. The message from the Algonquin said the last heard from the I'rins Maurits were Ihe words. "Sinking fact." The Algonquin's message added: No later new wa rei-eived from her. but all hand sre supposed to have per iled." The I'rins Maurits, which left New- York Thursday for West Indisn port. carried only four passenger. She was commanded by Captain H. J. Vanderroot. The steamer is of 1.328 net tonnage and i 2X5 feet long. It wa built in Ham burg in l!HKl. The passenger who sailed on the lYin Msurit were: Mr. F. T. Wallsee of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mr. C. Miot of Hayti and a Mr. 1 Roche of Wilming ton. J VI. Word that the prin Maurits wa in ilistr come in a wireless mntacr Sat- rdav, supposed to have le-n sent bv a Rritisli cruiser. She reported ber latitude ami longitude and asked for prompt help. Several vessel, including the Algonquin and the City of Macon, went to her a sitance. No further word came from ber or from the steamers that bad gone to the rescue until last night a me.s.ge JobMOB TholllH J(B, Had Him came from the Algonquin. Last night despatch came from A. A. Bjr ,h Heclc" lloom, traveling inspector of tlie Royal Five men were arraigned in Montelier I hitch West lnd;. Co who wa on 1 city court this morning. Three of them liAAr.f 111 AttToniiiiin in ti.if.inu tj a ' ... ... ft.H..u ... - --p. 1 . , w fi jr 1 1 1 . . r, ...... ii 1., 1 . . i-.it. ...... . . . . . . ir . i t. ne..ge of inquiry ent from the com- n Johanson of We.t Berlin ch.rprd:"' ' ' 1t , 7' "f ' l' . . . . ' 1 1.1k l.ai aiistaiHAil x-t I aw Hinnt k tluvr here VeterV. Kenre. 1 mtiH tr,L inv mw .lolm Ihw wlnrh Julian- " r -..r.-..-. u - .......... No Developments Since Saturday Further Than That There Will Be a Meet ing of Conference Commit tees To-night. There h been no change in the sit- ewing committee, who ia convateringjMjon rmjrtjnr between ,Wk snd mer at the hospital. 1 lie question of nuying an Vraw apparatu st ime future time was discussed and left with the executive Committee to confer with the trustee of the hospital and report at the next meeting. chant inc Saturday. The merchants received notii-e from the clerks Iste this forenoon and as a result there will h,- meetinc of the conference committee 1 from the two organisation at 9 o'clock tonight. TROUBLE WITH "JOHN DOE." DEATH AT EAST BARRE. In OUrendon W. Tucker Was Bom Marshfield, 71 Years Ago. Clarendon W. Tinker died last night st hi home in Kt !Urrr at the age r"J'-randtwt-rpedtul. H.;Tbe Lord Nelson Said to Have Bee. De- PRIEST RESCUED romplemcnt was i2 tmn. j -; ..... DJ a...M . THE SACRA 31 ENTS She Had Sol Aground. ; - RUSSIAN BARK SUNK. The Ciew ,f is are Said to Have Fa-capri. lxei.n. Art.! 5. I ll March 10 in Memorial lm-pital. have ap pean-d 'y claim to the small etate lft hr hirn. Judge A. F. Srhwerk of the prolate court bsa had t lie Haim f one .f t Uf wom-n presented to him. Ihe other w ill .recnt her claim on April IWlin.wireWtoSarvUKX. Y. April j E"gl,e4 Ut BufBi,, ChBrc,, " C"t",i " woman, claiming - Frvine Ship- m swtw Aaa llka . 1.. f SF a Tla D V U' m. U afeavJI . as. . t SV - V mm I. : . j -w i''sw iiiii r vi rr ii jnrii irui j ssissk, asv. i,, wtbiivmi iiuhi . nta n 1 I H TJ . . flf tu T'JTf jtW Ovrr- Xmn tp-nrf. mvh the but-j Wiminr cf Firemrft. ! H W 4.(wfi A Jr of Prlt- fcu. ;Mip 144 NVI .trand tnHf Um- 1 'ur. fUimi to Kr th- Uful ow not ito"w ' nii. na iwn oeiroye. emrai raim. n. i.. .in ... , r. Miipman. SieitthT were mar- in t H- ' vi. n.n.f.i,.. iu i. a. e b"te snd li-rv in that citv. kbe Rcnre. I w ,tl .Oil ino fMu .lolif. 1 Lmi w tii.. .l,ilian. Mnttite of the line "bad nothing to add , told the court lie thought he cmildn't ! Mf' T," k"r- ,h' of Mr- to the text of the w irejr mcar. I,.,. Hnn. ina.mnrh aa .lol.t. I,.. I liim i Sumner O. Tucker, ws born in 1 i.e Prina Maurit. it wa said bv offi- : (.Ibanonl bv the neck. W hen an officer I Marshfield. where be lived for five year. err of the line, carried a crew of from i came sbine johsnon put up some oh-;,lpn " moved with his parent tu Cal- n to 45 men. WOMAN DRANK IODINE. ie.tinn to I-rim? arrested hut wa soon where they lived for 3 ers. At in jail. He f-it-aded guilty to dv and'thr age of 41 he moved to a farm on the lu fined. Ilolwrt l.lennie and .locph . rai Trom rjsi narre n asmngton. iMavtille g, into an arrumetit in SjWhere be lied 20 year, and ten year Mrs. Edward Goodroe of St. .Albans is 1 Monip Ix-r lwn and for t hat tkrr urn rrtired from the active work of a. m. A ian Mrk. t e name of wi.hw i ki,n. a 4..rf-.l-d vet-r!y in the ire from Turkish slnre gun. I ii-li".li 'lioftm-l. neenrdmg to the vily j Md. wImIi aj that tie crew of fit era j eT t e l , iCreesviUe ia Rhode Klaad Did WHOLE 'ALLET THREATENED. Use l, . lj . C. . I .. . jwiMil.n strortore on Jtigb tre-t .center .f tl Totish (iirt'T. wa de. fstmred lx tire early yetcrdy. Iv. Ira'i M. Kliif-r. ti pstor. I . i..n . l.. ....... n. ( u r. CONFLICTING REPORTS. Teree BaiWjngs. " , . v vu. j a j men. malted alone into the horning rfcureh " ' I Providence, R. I, April H Fire which i and bronl,t the ct menl a anJ vet- Ao'triars Firt Amit Retreat ai Tfce ,, ml nr.f yet-rday dHmrM nti t wMr. He wsa consider. Sly Cap? sr f ijyi. i Or-r tmildmr. wet fire to t w c4hrra j tirnTed by tu ex Tt-ne. i w. ii ..i "d threat-ned tie entire dlaee f Uoaemsn Teke of the local fre fe. .. n'l V M .", The t.l damsge ... lt If-rtmt . Ki.!y I nrt W le .t.n. hot .W.bere nep,rat,ve w ,tm Yt ,Wl,,(r, n;;,,rh,;; ' St. Jo-pi's rhnrth was en.-ly sue- afrr fn t. tad. Tlie Aaetn n s ori ie admitted n.at ty ! 4 ln f 4 in r-r-rt ii t l -ti. snonn-; ". 'i-V U-t it IWrdtin tn l-are-TTled tnary Fiosn atta'ii snd to he taken nre t-n t 'to fnonee. j evert hek-ws. Hrth military -tnerts; w ii! Ise t ret to the tnm..,,,. : ' -mt A t rTtt raor nnd m.ke' Ssjrpo ia Ruins. notSer '-t to f-tt tHe l'a , T.Sedo. Ar'l The Wr f V- rnes and te I m4 fTn arm t, ' J, L. Frre Adrian. Mf hl re ewf tW '! ed Huncary. ;mrH ye-tTiv 1"-n the tot- rf t - i jNiarura tA w k a dt d t.T EARTH SHAKES IN HALT. 7 yer1.v n,rrrr. Il-r hw 'hand is m r d i Mol t 1,sve S! rH Seawic Vsa fet hr4 if O-stH. Th t nd bad hen wnnbie to e t m- m th eoti.lTal4e eyritrmedt among t?ie t v 1vrtte the tc-'ley ears of t .r--rrdie hw h4 bf-orne stalled in . LOST LIVES CN K0NETK00N. srt wh-n fying airVs from tW hurn- ine rhonh ter" 'H Uf HI their home. The (ttral f s"a fire f rt fi r t eim tond b!p from PirtsHrif in an ef ort to Vep t'ie l.lare w it) in t horrti. The fire ia h!eied to lave r-i."t'1 frron "eie winjig. The hu-'H wa Vtiiit 4 tear told of t )e rauae for ittr wpsrstion. In if.f"rt of her atory rrra tl. Shir ma a of Kratt'ehnro. S Hrotliey of the late 3. W. Sf.tpmsn. tetifie4 to hating Lred w;th hi lirotHer snd to harms known the claimant at that t me a hi twoth er ife. The Hv-r cimtt ia a ian Inown j Mr. Ala . T hipman. te home in v ii-het-r. X. H- where Mr. -p man. "ne reata aro. end'i"t4 a lie. I U'ihii a Sl.ipman tn. S't ! (T.red tlroiirh her ttrnr. T:3?l.p f. aan-r of Kew. H. anil Ifat H Il H I twr !-! tf-rw1 to t lit- tt II n4 teiarietrt .H-v It. .;. Esperted to Recover. St AIIn.. April .V Mr. Edward foo1roe of Ijuxvlle afreet in tlie aec t Hn known "The Idoita.' altenpt.-tl uici.le Saturday morning alvnit eleven o'cWk by drinking iodine. Ir. t". . lyi'ti wa summoned anj it is etnectej the w oman will recover. Mr. Goodroe ad rw t he.n living with her toiahand r-rtly and it i nditond that an other man. who hid been paying her pome attention, bad trani4 ttwe atteetiea to anoflier woman, and ti ia Mid to he t rw of Mr. xlrn' ef't. Aa noon a Mr. UnnArnr heard ef wht hi wife had done he vent to her and la now at her home. IVtMity .her i(f l P. Vrtm waa anmmorw d. tn.t no erre1a have heea made in t W caae y t. 'pleaded guilty to la-ea, h of the peaee.'farm life, moving to Ksat P-arre" where n fence in earti of th-ir caaea waa an-, he had since resided and where he died, t-nded nntil Tuesday morning pendin?t ft ia survived hv hia wife and one an inttigtKn hy States l,leaon. William firifTin wa sentenced to 30 dv in t lie county jad for a third of frne of ietoMcation William I'almeT of Well Kuer. arraifned for a third offraw, thoutrht he might raise the fine of fji snd cwt. BOULDER ROLLED ON CIRL. Hal MONTTELIER EIREXAN RESIGNS. Nirmaa D Arthensy Has Been with De partment Nearly 10 Tear. Norman If Arthensy, w ho ha horn eon tieeted rth the MontnelsT ire opart. nt t 9nw 11 ha reiroed fronn tlw,! made te r ' t l-g. He an it IV H)!tiHr roo . j Dorothy Iornos of Brattleboro Both Legs Broke. ftratthhoro. April lVrotry John son, ai-ed J, dancVi.r of Mr. and Vrw. Aiurut .loj of .frand svenue. is in Meaaorial bop-tal itk a compound com-m-nuted fraitare of twth hone f t1 nrM W and a doaihle fractare of one i liorje of tle h-'t h. wa plaiief in! a gra- lock near bet home Satardty' a'teriHxi h-n a oouiih-r. t .mated to wir tVe.-jiiart-rw of a ton. -. e-4 ion and over h--r An t Sort f t Attorney on. Tinker of alaia. aUn a frand- on, faro ll Tu.ker. who is lnd in. t)ie deeeaaed'a family for wvera! year. Mr. Tinker waa a man well liked by hia a'wiuaintsiicea. one who never ao'ighf. pi!i!ie offifw, tfiough he had erred an ti'ter in trnre, hut who waa intereat ed in all that pertained to the pnh'ie wl'are snd had the rcpect of hi fellow, men. There will he a prayer nervine at the Vonae tomorrow (Tuesday) forenoon, with a eT i"e at t l.e i tnirrh at liS", r.ev. .tsmoi Pa mage nflV-iaticg. 'r. rCUND DEAD IN SNOW. i , Tn Iferetr-g were hhtiH t'w oara gn and were o tHfir hm rw. fd S T V. vie Pro S" a ! eroon .a.- o! I e-o. Vm 4 O.i sa A "T't 1 wa I'M hee f" were loo hmif that they are t 1 ifi tt th-'KVr.f. Tt t"--1'-4 t r'-eT. Vr I ri mr t,:rooan 1na rar4 all l-i.t khim .f the wi'l. j-ted l r . and i laiili the otse. S f h tlr4 to he worth ah;t H ""K a her iirmrrtf . Eugene H:ne t1 Lewirfon, rrchsfy Died ' yT ,.ma a a aatv of tt js.am. ed Erposore. iw and e'ter a-atn Ix w-Mon. 3d Apr l i l,iirte T?:oe a a mnry for Say Sa- f I t-'m. sr'-d year, wa to4 t-Ti ' r o-m. for -! yr. We &ti4 in tW tww tar IhirVam ra-Jr hhw. wrh the I r-k A PoMn' eTtar. It l-!iere4 t' lie t t fn the wame raiMw-rtv !l a o w r T'l'tf the r-ft -t ir'.i) .oie waa -.!rt''r f an I n!e T" en5 d-ee" r'i (iiw- tv (tinrfi"! en '" !! t'ar.U-d aifiM. Il He wa rs-i"'l ' i-t j ty a eSe-4 f an t -t" tat av-ii ja;":T and several te-tV"T. te -t.. j C I . pn- i - .... . . ' w-f-;i mift aerree w h-n the iaid d'f rt oo-t t wa etarted. He ha o"t tuade tra l.i- nm pht 'j. TASSENCEES WALKED OUT. ,Tn Trrtiey Cart Were Stalled ia Itbt f Under Caa Hsihtt. CCIIACE HURLED INTO SEA. ACCEPTS BURLINGTON CALL. Rey Cecrre W. Dsyenpart of Newtow tester. Mass, to Change ia Jsne. flirr';or1"n. April . - Rer. Iorpe W. Ine!iort .f ewton ertet. ! . ha aeeefled the rail to I"ti eect'O of St. I'au! a lisr-k and w ii! Mim rliarfe of the panh tW frt Sandxy n Jane. Pahlic Notice. I ih to mae that I ha a.re4 tha rhrta" arre-B(t a4 hTI he the fo. low g howrm. a forth tn th- ifw T tra hi-ndred pa I oi t (p"nd a t lrer-t : Mon-jar. Whoa Ba-ge Got rem?- at reible Beacfc. t-rore. Vt. Afd & TW ha-r-Ttrth wrtk fw o- ahnard. tilM two auwner e1je into the a w her f.-n. t I ; t'ir rr waa eat aah-we at VA n-h re t-rt The etcr wt' f 71 r w o miH ty M. t'jntfmn mf 1 1 -lr-V' a. j f!oet4i. April S. g'r in n.s, t" earw were wm?w-m u , 1 bcii. n o?ae;i, nnw; im in didifo on'ht I-. m l-e when a , dar ti. at & p. n -. -tinly ror w ire in t'ie Ia v n tynoe) t-:.-( I a f. n. Pl-w-e keep fhe Kn'l l.e lat tisi-it. T'he-e waa m- y m i at.ii ilmf n'r. c,t--m-rt it n a !-w n nut the cwt j Thfkjt yon fw U f f Ti a l-4 tti ' I tare e vt4 m the and honrg at 4 t i.e 11 aho r f -o- a t d ir i y-n-a . tie t to tt i.t The twrn-li A. 1. mar-ar-y Ieeet liHt tarte-m wa tied ap lr snore ttttm aa I. 'Ti- ft-ooe of I'nae e4 Irodsvxa ioar. aad Lwewt Itk.""