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VOL. XIX NO. 20. BAItRE, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1915. riilCE, ONE CENT. RUSH TROOPS TO MOUNTAINS Prussians Will Try to Force Way Through by Weight of Numbers AUSTRIANS CLAIM CAPTURE OF 7,000 Petrograd Says Austrian Army Retired 17 Miles London, April 7, 11:58 a. m. The military situation in the Carpathians is ,, competing with the prohibition ques tion in the interest of the British pub lic. The cabinet meets to-day and it is expected that an announcement will be made of Pleasures to provide drastic restrictions on the consumption of liquors but total prohibition is not expected. Attention is concentrated on the Car pathian passes where the Russians are bringing up heavy reinforcements to push the attack, the success of which is expected only through the weight of numbers. On the other hand the Aus trian and German commanders are also making strenuous effort to strengthen their forces. Petrograd reports that the section near t'zok pass where Vienna admits a re tirement extends for a distance of 17 miles. To offset this, Vienna' claims a counter offensive move near Lupkow pass where the Austrian report taking 7,000 prisoners. In the western arena of war the French continne the offensive movement be tween the Mouse and the Loraine fron tier. Their reported gains in Ailly for est indicate the possibility of new dan ger for the fleniians to hold St. Miliiel. Berlin reports heavy fighting in this re gion without result for the French. The belief that operations in the Dar danelles have been resumed is general in London to-day. Nevertheless complete silence prevails concerning the details or the results of any activities. Germany is thought to be pouring troops into Hungary, even to the extent of weakening her forces in Flanders, and last night's Austrian oflicial communica tion notes the presence and recounts the success of German and Austrian troops in the l.alxtreza valley. There is less talk in England of the fsjirintf advance of the allies in France and Belgium and an increasing apprecia tion of the task Russia is attempting. This leads to the belief dn some quar ters that the leaders of the' allied armies in the West are reckoning on the heavy cost incident to smashing the German line there, and may, perhaps, seek only to hold their ground, in the belief that the Russians will succeed in invading Hungary, ultimately to join hands with the allied force working northward through Scibia. VICTORY WAS A LANDSLIDE Thompson, Republican, Was Elected Mayor of Chi cago by 130,000 a lightning advance In two directions from t'zernowitz, which was used as a base. The first of these striking north ward to Znleacr.yky, attempted an en circling .niftiia'uver, while tho other group proceeded direct to Chotin, ue.ross the KiuUn bor.lnr. Thus Jnrttng pressur rroiu the north and . tho Austrian hoped to catch the Kuslan left fhi.uk along the river hideOer in a vis, rut ting them off from their main forces. Three and one-hulf Austrian columns were employed in these maneuvers. The preliminary northward movement of the first Austrian group was success ful in repulsing tho Russiuns occupying Sadegura, a village six miles north of Czernowitz, and then moved on two parallel roads toward the Russian fron tier, seven miles from the Russian bor der. Thence an Austrian brigade of cav alry led an attack upon Chotin, where, according to reports, two columns ot Russian cavalry in smaller numbers than . rni,0 nr.QUf.1f nf tUa ill,. A,iurr.n .nm.,.H Hum in A flnfeft WI C illOll VHf -li-l. Ui battle, driving the Austrians from the frontier. Despite the failure of the direct at tack upon Chotin, the Austrians eontiti' tied to develop the encircling movement attacking the Russian fortifications cov. ering the line on the Dniester near Ziile S.esvky. Although the Austrian onen sive in this region is still continuing it is regarded here, in view of the retreat of the other group from I hotin, tnat tne success of the venture is not likely. LARGEST PLURALITY IN CITY'S HISTORY PINCH0T DESCRIBES EXPULSION. Says He Was Accompanied To Antwerp By Armed Guard. The Hague, April 7, via London, 12:11 a. m. Roth Henry Van Dyke, the Amer ican minister to The Netherlands, and Gilford Pinchot, attached to the Amer ican legation, have endeavored to the ut most to keep the matter of Mr. Pinchot's expulsion from Belgium by the Germans from publicity lest such action should render more difficult the work of relief in Belgium involving the succor of 9,500,- 000 destitute people of that country and the northern provinces of r ranee. Mr. Pinchot, however, on learning to day that the incident had been published, gave the Associated Press the following sinned statement: "Some time ago I was asked by Her bert C. Hoover to become a member of the commission for relief in Belgium apd to take charge of the feeding of the French in the invaded province north of the German lines. After going twice to the continent, arrangements were finally completed and guarantees given to the commission by the German government that the American commissions food would not be taken. , "I came to The Hague and reported immediately to Dr. Van Dyke, to whose legation I ti attached by orders from Washington, with the specific duty of representing the commission of relief in feeding the civil population in north eastern France within the German lines. "Dr. Van Dyke procured from the Ger man legation at The Hague the neces sary paper for entering Belgium. On: March 30 I went with mv wife in a com- Counties of the State Voted Dry Chicago, April 7. Complete return from yesterday's municipal election showed that William Hale Thompson, Republican, was elected maydr by a plu rality of more than 130,000, the largest ever given a candidate for the office. Hia majority over all candidates was ovcrjJQ FIGHT FILMS liv,i"n. rur liir iiint unit; iu lite vnr GUILD FUNERAL FRIDAY, Gov. Walsh Cancel All Hi Social En gagements. Boston, April 7. The. funeral of Cur tip Guild, three times governor of Mas sachusetts, who died early yesterday morning at his home, 124 Marlboro street, after n five weeks' illness of pneu monia, will take place at Arlington street church at noon lriday. Although the funeral arrangements have not been completed, Ex-Lieut. Gov Louis A. Frottuiigham, who with Courte nay Guild is looking after the prepara tions, stated last night that in all prob ability there would be a military escort and that members of Gov, Guild's staff would serve as ushers at the church, Rev. Paul Frothingham, pastor of the church, will gjlieiate at the funeral serv ices, and lie will be assisted by Rev. Dr. George A. Gordon of the Old South church, who was a classmate of the ex governor at Harvard. The death of ex-Gov. Guild caused Gov. Walsh to cancel all social engage ments he had made for yesterday, to day, to-morrow and Friday, The governor yesterday sent word to the organizations and other friends who had planned official or informal enter tainment for him that under the circum stances he did not feel he could attend. although fully appreciative of the honor. The governor's decision prevented him from keeping several speaking engage ments. , history, a negro, Oscar Depricst, was elected to the city council. A total of 55 out of 102 counties in 'the state are entirely dry to-day, three new counties being added to the dry column. ( In a speech last night, Thompson said: "My first oflicial move will be to have the chief of police drive the pickpockets and thieves out of Chicago." Political writers were divided last night as to the cause of Thompson's sweeping victory in an election which at best was expected to be a close contest. In an interview Monday, Mayor Carter Harrison, who was defeated when he sought to be renominated for a sixth term, declined to say how he would vote, although the Harrisons have been Demo cratic leaders in Chicago for generations. Many were inclined to believe this Indi cated Harrixon followers would cast their votes for Thompson. About 85 per cent, of 7."0.(HK) votes reg istered were cast. According to election officials this set a word. The returns indicated that the total Socialist vote in the citv would not ex ceed '20.0(10. Seymour Stedman was the Socialist candidate for mayor. The Pro hibition party candidate, John Hill, ran far behind Stedman. Mayor-elect Thompson was born In Boston, Mass., in ltftiS, and was brought to Cliicngo by his parent', the following year. In a biographical sketch which he issued prior to the election, he stated that as a boy he sold newrpapers, and later went to Wyoming and worked as a cow boy and a brakenian. He rece'ved IN UNITED STATES 1910 Law Not Only Forbids Interstate Transportation, but Also the Importation of Them. Washington, D. C April 7. Persons who hoped to see the Willard-Johnson fight in motion pictures will be disap pointed. It was recalled to-day that a federal statute expressly forbids not only interstate transportation of fight films, but the importation of such film from foreign countries. ' The law was passed in 1010, a few days after the Johnson-Jeffries fight, and resulted from fears of race riots. INTERNMENT IS NOT MADE Collector Hamilton Says the Move Is Not Even Thought of Yet SHORE LEAVE IS DENIED SEAMEN Merchant Ships Are Also Forbidden to Leave Port OIL TESTS UNSATISFACTORY. In Some Cases Show Under Standard, in Other Over Standard. Nashua. X. H., April 7.-Chief Engi neer Charles H. Whitney of the Nashua fire department announced yesterday afternoon that tests msde of kerosene taken from dealers show that in some instance the grade is 12 tit H degrees below that which the Jaw requires. Oth er samples show 30 to 40 above the legal standard. The samples have been sent away to have the tests verified. The collection of the samples was the result of Joint action by Chief Whitney, Health Oflicer Frank Shea, and Petro leum Inspector John -T. Lampron, after three fatal burnings lust week. j Mrs. James I. Dean of .11 Bridge street mission automobile and was accompanied ""'lands nd later entered Yale univer . - - , . , . . , , , i .urs. uaiiifn iff-in 01 .11 nriuge street much of his education in the public n,. . .. . . . . , , 114 4 ii-i had a narrow escape Monday evening, school unit Inter filtered ale nnivsr.J . ' . . J TURKS DENY DAMAGE DONE BY ALLIES Two Hostile Cruisers Bombarded Bat teries at Entrance to the Straits, but Without Result, Is Official Report. Constantinople, via wireless to Berlin and Ixmdon, April 7, 8:19 a. m. An offi cial Tuikir-h statement says: "So seri ous attack was made yesterday by the ncmy on the Dardanelles. On the day before, two hostile cruiser bombarded imr batteries at the entrance to the sirs it , but without result. One cruiser and one torpelo boat of the enemy were truck by our sheila. On the Caucasian front, the enemy attacked our advance guaid north of Nhkan, near the frontier. Imt was repulsed. After eighteen hours' lisrd lighting, we occupied the enemy's xillsgca in 11 r lihoeor and Parces, south f Tsakait." TELLS OF GERMAN LOSSES. by a Brussels representative of the com missioj) to the Belgian frontier, where mv diplomatic and commission passes were examined. After three hours' delay we were sent under an armed escort to Antwerp. "The next morning orders came from the German governor. General Von Pis sing, through the head of the pass offinc in Antwerp, that we were to leave Bel gium without delay. No reason was as signed for this action. "Before leaving, however, I received a letter from the American minister at Brussels, Brand Whitlock, saying that the reason given him by funeral Von Kissing for our expulsion was my rela tionship to the British minister at The Hague, Sir Alan Johnston, who married my sister, and the fact that I had stayed with him at The Hague on my way to Belgium. Accordingly we returned to Hol land on March 31 and since then have been staying with the American minister at The Hague, awaiting instructions from Washington. "In entering and leaving Belgium Mrs. Pinchot and I were searched by tlie Ger man military authorities. 1 cannot close this statement without expressing the deep impression mad sitv. He is a dealer in real estate, having succeeded to the business of his father, who left a large estate. Mr. Thompson is also known a yachtsman and for merly was captain of the Chicago Ath letic association football team. He served several term in the city council and also as county commissioner. "DRYS" MOSTLY VICTORIOUS. Illinois 'Women Were About Evenly Di vided on Liquor Issue. Kast St. Louis, 111.. April 7. The "dry forces were victorious in most of the cen tral and southern Illinois cities where lo cal option elections were held yesterday. The women divided their ballots atmost evenly between the two issues. Newport News, Va., April 7. "We are not even thinking ubout internment of the Prims Eitel Friedtich now," declared Collector Hamilton to-day after he had waited expectantly throughout the night for the German cruiser to leave port. This declaration was the' first authorita tive admission concerning the mysteri ous negotiations relating to the ship in many days. Internment, said Collector Hamilton, would be a simple process when the occasion arrives. One indication that the Eitel was not nterned early this morning was the continuation of-the ban on the depart ure of merchantships of the allies. The customs oflicials here and at Norfolk were appealed' to by British ship cap- ains for permission to leave but they were told that they could not leave port ntil further notice and no assurances were given when they might sail. Legal business organizations are ask ing for some definite move, maintaining that the situation is injurious to the business of the port. The officers and the men of the Prinz Eitel had no shore leave to-day. MANY MEETINGS ARE BEING HELD Cllt But None Already Held To-day Have Re sulted in Any Change in the Granite Strike Situa- if tion. r There', have been numerous meet'- and conferences yesterday afternoo evening and this forenoon in tlio clif branches of the granite industry, but so far as heard from, nothing of a definite character has developed. The tool sharp eners' union is holding a meeting this afternoon ami the manufacturers asso ciation is also meeting this afternoon. No Change With Clerks and Merchants. The meetings of the clerks and mer chants' association last evening did not bring About any change in the situation existing between them. Further meet ings are expected. HIGHEST RANK WON BY GIRL i elen Bisbee of More- -v tOWn IS lioririArri Seninrs' Leading Student PLAINTIFF GIVE $1,191.33. Canty Had Sued for $10,000 for Injuries Received. Eutland, April 7. After considering- the evidence and weighing the testimony for over two hours, the jury trying the case of Leo F. Canty against the Rut land railroad returned a verdict awarding the plaintiff $1,101.33 at 4 o'clock yester HAS LED THE SCHOOL THROUGHOUT COURSE Second Honor Won by Miss Beulah Tillotson of Middlesex SERIOUS FIRE BREAKS OUT IN BROCKTON'S CENTER when a can from which she was pouring 011 on tne kiiciicn tire, blew. up. Hubert Ih-smaraia of Jackson avenue who was burned by an explosion while lighting his kitchen tire April 1. died I ruin the ellecta of his burns vesterdsy morning at St. Joseph's hospital. II was 5H year old and a for 35 rears an employe of the Jackson company. It hates a wife and three children. THRESHER CASE COMPLETED. ..GAIN FOR "DRYS" Shown ! Early Returns From Wisconsin Election. Berlin Foreign Office Disclaim Respon a sibility in Case. Washington, D. C April 7.-Government oflii ials took under consideration yesterday a statement from the German embassy an oflicial men. nr. from the Berlin foreij-n fifth, in which rcsimnsi- bility was disclaimed for the Ion of any neutral lives on hoard tlie Brituh steam's- raUhw, recently sunk by a German submarine. Tlie claim is art up bv Germs nv that I the Falaba, as well as other British merchantmen, was armed and that mili tary necessity made it impossible for the submarine to give any lunger time John L. Sullivan's Theatre Was De stroyed and Firemen Had Hard Fight to Save City Hall, Police Sta tion and Other Buildings. Brockton, Mass., April 7. Fire early this morning destroyed the Empire the atre building, a two-story wooden struc ture at the comer of Main and School streets. The firemen had a hard fight to prevent the spread of the flames to the police station, city hall and many ad joining buililing in the heart ot tlie business district of the city. The the atre was operated by John I- Sullivan, former world's champion pugilist, and William F. Sullivan. The loss is If IO.ikki. day afternoon. Mr. Canty brought suit against the Rutland road, claiming that through their negligence he was serious ly burned on August 22, 1913, when a can containing denatured alcohol explod ed while he was returning it to another room. Canty sought to recover $10,000. Several important law questions were raised and it is possible the case will be taken to the higher court by the de fense, this side as well as the plaintiff taking many exceptions. , Under Judge E. L. Waterman of Brat tleboro a jury was drawn in the case of F. M. Wilson against H. H. Abbott and .1. M. Wolfe (partners as the "Abbott 4' Wolfe Clothing company") in which the plaintiff seeks to recover $413.71 alleged to be due on accounts collected by the defendant company. Attorneys J. C. Jones is counsel for the plaintiff and Attorneys W. A. (iraham of Bellows Falls and K. H. O'ilrien of this city appear for the defendant. Senior dugs honors for the exercise that are to mark the 4tith annual com mencement of Goddard seminary were announced to-day by Principal 0. K. Hoi lister in keeping with the custom which has prevailed in the openine weeks of tha (spring term at the school for many years. BROUGHT TO HIS HOME. MEANS BREAD AND BUTTER. Tips to Pullman Car Porter Are Called Very EssentiaL Ex-Gov. U. A. Woodbury's Condition Re . ported Unchanged. Burlington, April 7. Ex-CJovernor U. A. Woodbury, who has been ill for sev ersl weeks at liattle Iteek, Mich., was brought to his residence in this city last evening, arriving at midnight in a special car. The trip was made over the Grand Trunk and the t-ntral tr mont railways; He was accompanied by Mrs. Woodbury, daughter, Mrs. J. H. May, and son, (liarles L. Woodbury, and two nurses were in attendance. Gov ernor Woodbury' condition remains un changed. M0BBS CASE STILL ON. Several Witnesses Were Put On By the State. The tri-l of state vs. Mohlts, grand larceny, continued in Wasl.ington county court today, several witnesses from Moretown and vicinity being put on ta stand bv the state. Amonjf those heard were Iouis Freeman. Bert Ward, Thorn as Ferris. William Wheeler and liouis Pe- Chicagn, April 7. Pullman sleeping cur. and Henry Holt, treasurer of Mont- pener seminary. Settled Two Probate Accounts. car porters went on the witness stand before the I'nited States commission on indtixtrial relations yesterday and told fh. mmmtllM. illkt l& hat th tint, int. system meant to them. It means bread I uy alter and butter, they said. They could not noon itiei nis accounts as aam.nisxra nay eM- n.es on the road with their ! inr of h" ''l,.1 Nott t rustee c. salaries, to say nothing of paying rents Milwaukee, Wis, April 7. Karly re turns from yesterday's election thronrh- out the state show a csin for the "drvs".tnan was allowed tor the passengers to upon me by w hat I aaw of the work of j in 13 towns, while the "wets" gained nnejescape. the American commission for relief in town. Thirty tow ns now "wet" remained j Mate department oflicials asy thst the Belgium and especially by the warm e-jin that column, while 23 "dry" towns re- death cf l,eon ('. Thresher, an American pressmns or gratitude and appreciation niained dry. The larger cities voting on, lost with the raiata, onetitiitc a rota which came to me from every side, and from all classes of people. Inducing many of the leaders of the province in which Antwerp lie." Ir. Ian rjke, referring to the in-i-dctit. said: "The incident has diplomatic relation, of course, but th"e are infinitely loss important than the continuance nf the work of the relief commission, which is French Official Report Says Loss Is Half Original List. ' Paris. April 7. The press bureau ofjsmng millions of people from starva the war ollii-e pe tint yi-t-rdsy fl(rurr , '" Therefore, I shall way nothing ronipib-1 from diffiT.nt official German nlmut tl incident until my instructions lists " of ;.mian officers. These oonw rorfl Washington." figures show, the press bur.-aa says, that! , of a total tiiimlsy of 41 pitierals in ! time ,.f p. a.e. 41 have 1-, n killed and .17 j POSSIBLE TRUCE FAVORED, arc wciiiiilcf ir missing. j tit i.f r:n l;.t infantry officers, .' Engli'h Independent Labor Party Greet !. killed and have been ' tt Sorrritioa Witk Arnlii.se the license question are Ashland. Supe-1 plicated case. If the German view that nor, Bcloit and Mauiaon, wliicb went jail merchant ment bring armed are in wet. I the category of warships is accepted, the f the five school directors rhxtcd in;ri?ht of neutrals to travel aboard bel Milwaukee, four social Is-mocrats ami , lip-rent craft of aay kind would lie dr one non partisan appear to have been Viifnscrits'd. and maintaining families, they testified A statement was made that Pullman car conductors do not consider it dishon est to "knock dowu on scat sales cnouuh to pay their expense on the road. These s vers je f.'IO a month and come out of salaries ranging from (70 to f'.ij a month. ihe witness who made this statement was H. II. Sew all of Chicago, former conductor. tste, the trustee having been created by will of (ra ge S-ott. He also settled his accounts in the estate of Charles W". Sitt, late of Barre. FAVOR DEATH PENALTY. for Connecticut Senate Voted 2i to 3 Its Continuance. Hartford, Conn., April 7. Tlie Senate The first of the porters to testify was ' vesterdav upisirted, 25 to 3. n report of ;nicrcil class, in the order of their com Tom S. t'renshaw, w ho works on a shi-p-i the judieiaVy committee unfavorable to ; ing arc as follow s: Miss Mary Ikonetti of er running between St. Ixmis and Sat an-, a bill winch would abolish capital pun-1 1.rr. Mis. eine Bottijri of Barre Sometime late in the winter term honors in the academic department were defi nitely assigned by the faculty, although the announcement was withheld until to day, when the honor students were ad vised of their standing in a circular which also contains a digest of the program tor commencement week in June. First rank, which carries with it the honor of deliverfng the valedictory mes sage at the commencement exercises June 8-11, has been assigned to Miss Helen Bisbee of Moretown. Second honor for proficiency in school work was awarded Miss Beulah Tillotson of Middlesex, who will deliver the salutatory message at. the closing exercises of the school year. The Benior ranking third in the class is Paul Pitkin of Cabot, who is to deliver the class oration. It is interesting to note that Miss Bisbee has retained first rank in scholarship at the seminary ever since she enrolled as a. student at the school two years ago. Miss Tillotson and Mr. Pitkin have also been on the ranking list of the time during their periods of enrollment at the seminary. AH three honor students contemplate supplemen tary courses in higher institutions of learning, snd each has been taking the preparatory course, as it is designated in the school curriculum. Other assignments for the graduating exercises to be held in the forenoon of Friday, June 11, are Miss Mary Converse of Calms, Miss Marjorie Ford of Roches ter, and Miss Alice Pratt of Websterville, who are to give essays, and Paul Dole of Xorthtield, George McCrillis of Marsh field, John Morrison of Graniteville, Clar ence Pitkin of Marshfield and Hugh leav er of Williamstown, all of whom are to deliver orations. (lass day xercises at the 4r!th com mencement are to be held in the school chapel on the afternoon of June 9 at t o'clock. Parts were assigned to-dav and the program has been announced as fol lows: Address of welcome, I.vman Whit- comb of Barre; oration, Paul Pitkiu of Cabot; address to seniors. Miss Mamie Tanner of .Marshfield; address to under- ! graduates, Paul Stevens of St. Johns- lury; class l.istory, Miss In Gray of Calais and Miss Angie Kdwards of Wil liamstown; class prophecies, F.Iva I.. Townsend of last Montpelier, Harold Carr of St. Johnsbnry, Kdward Loudon of Boston, Mass., and Louis Orr of Ver gennes; presentations, Miss Ida Gray of Calais, Harry Me ars of Marshfield; pres entation to ii nderjrr duate, Lawton Witt of Winchcndon, Mass. K)ddrd's annual priie speaking is to be held in the chapel at 8 o'clock on the evening of June 10. Miss Amy Cameron of Msrshfiehl, Miss Kathleen 1.4'Barron of Waterbury. Paul Pitkin of Cabot and Lyman Whitmm) of Barre are to repre sent the senior class in the competition snd the following students bsve U-cn se lected to apear for the junior class: Miss Louise Farnham of Tunbridpe, Mis Kliuheth Hoar of Barre, W illiam Quinn of IKtrchestcr, Mass, and Kenneth Til lotson of W arret,. flanking members of the senior com- successful. Mrs. Meta Berger, social Driu oirst, hading the field. or no- ini-sing. tt,e press Ini V ,1,1 . -.1 t, km anmnn'smcNt ss further. "IhA "P, April ".Ti independ i.i T'T calry officers, 3H have Hocw;ciit labor psrty yesterday ly a vote of I 1 J. s bate m-, wounded or are 231 to t adopted a resolution strode! v l. hlt of lijlls ail.tl.TT efficTS. , u . , ' JAIL FOR PASS LENDERS. Drastic Action Proposed fa new Hamp shire. Concord, X. II, April 7. Severe pen alties for members of the legislature w lw permit others t us their transportation passes are provided foy in bill passed by the House yesterdai. Tlie Senate al ready bad passed the measure. A fine of fiai or i rii prison metit for one year, or both, may lie mjosed under its provi sions. A lill pro' ISMJfl Of Furt herrnorc, Germany contends tint sufficient time waa permitted for. the esmpe of tlie passengers, and the in timation is given that if Thresher waa ct inclmted among those saved there wss an at of ttejrlipence for which the iHimans were not responsible. DOGS GUARD BODIES. Bullet Holes in Bodies Indicated Manner ef Drstk. New Yk, April 7. Andrew Zelcha, a city post man. .TO year old, and Ina wife. Mamie, 23 year vf age, were found d-ad in bed at t!sir home e- ds ad nsh. Ill, and has done so for 21 years. , ishmcnt in Connecticut, unless wurdT His salary is 112 a month. iwss committed within prison walls. A "What lo you mske in tips? lliaim.an Walsh. "About $7i a month," replied Cren alias. "Have vou a family?" Yc. sir; wife and four children two ' the convicted defendant, was al-o re- j.st-d. The House is rvpectcd to concur w ith the Senate. and IW-orge Mitchell of Wcliaterville. All at tained high averages. The commercial "k J mi! mcaMiro, providing that a jury in a ; graduation exercises will be held in the c apital case might n-cotntnend clemency, J chapel on the evening of Tuesday, June , unless so. h recommendation would com-1 at N o'clock. A the fl st honor student. pel the coutt to impose a life eentetiee Miss IVnettl will tleliter the valedictory I without hope of a pardon or parole for EMPHATICALLY DENIED. Tonoa n i isfi a nieir Horn e vi.lmg for compulsory super- Uerdav B.iIWt wounds in their hea , boots was passed in tl!,d ' rewdeer in the hands of the d.i v.: i.sc Lill.-d sii.1 1 't.i hi bs I House. 1 lie tresnt law OTniJea i !.- v.i.i - ii - . . . l. r. ni ... .rtr 1. I.... 1 ... .. '...I., . ...fh-t. mue-e.n ..... . r. , . ,,, v. .1 'I or are vmssmj.'. ' -" " '"i ,iie enperv ishhi oi sx-uooia ai nm piin " llo- rrnd t4l f oftic.-rB of the Ger- to assist reerurtmg and at the same m toe t ns tt rt-y at the tx inning tA the sir, 'IIB spewking w iuV.Ih in just ih.-ation ni it . .!'i-g ti.w m the mine service, re- I 'ss war and of t le f orr iirn !i.r .f the in. l,.,i.,l,r. was 52n.. ,t .f hiieral govern -net,! wHm, I. 1 t it. wl i.li. op t., March 15. 1'.'IJ5 hate Uefi! 1 1' iH'W "n.hiit lals-s; rty is n, hol f. Vi lid snl 21..V.I hate le,n wmtn.b-d or vs its annual mtiit in NotwkK Yes arc ni'-.i.e. Tl.is n.skes the total tA iterday it waa aen.Mii-. ,! t rty had 1--' Sfi'Tii. ,et'd a rs"lirti',n fa-, a . ,g , V(a "T,,; sSwws that the grand total d l'e lnty of Islsir t sefir a.e at l ,.ws. ni"'ii- I' e "i-.rs ..( the rrrian etn-et t.l.h- wowt.t. cntT. is m. . Una ,a I' th' r sniilst ti ti e laj td tlw d- laraleti of mat." 1 CLAIM AUSISIAN FAILURE. Bosnian Rpoi Say That Corp Br tcr V-t Kvt Siccl Pitrei-rd. st liw. A;-ri ;.ti,. telies jr-i.ni i ls1 tell tri the sW. rrnt ami fai'wrr or i-i, i Aosl-isa ,.f f winter w l-st oti. f.rrt'-d last j faff oft f 5 T-!et s-r-aee in ft,,, eoiin- , A m-fots"!! mh v t5 at tr i s lo.t.ir y. im t hat tmh- j reaf I'ti'mii ..,).) arranj.,. a in, , , mi'f Is- i-o fti.W.. Tf is estimate l,r 1 Witii lierlfiae , sli. ft,e i,i-m .. t d-'pa o--et of r'""ltnre o oat f a st t w rrv-nl . j --.-1. vj wrth ajin. w s tss,i f tie mMlct n t -r'- i Slid le-tore t le e"T )ii"a tlie r- vtg i-rop Al"'j 1. a mr. t iK-res- J ims tliers was adopted a r-s,.itH4i r (1.th! p f to , t.r?-a in eon nand tig that in the t'-rm of -,- t is ' d it its V-'ore b.r'-t time, oaiscsit of I1- -n.t rnte-f-rte-d sWrul 1 ne eraireir re-r-rre lie 1 'Sli-"T ae I -rr 3to-"V i lit no tw'W tr-stw . ff dT1awd'igs he trii.H -t .M.Ifj his wife and t!Mi etined bis own life. Itiefi.Js said be had suffered fn1!a jj health. WM-n t V s-.li. arrived at the borne se-ral boora after the tragedv. they found 7hha'a t F.nglisli tiil hies tn).l'g goe'd at t !s -loidr. had to he laesnrsMf Is fore tlie a.AWr W ashilgt". ft. C April 7. - Prospect. .IJ y.nrh tls W.e. GREAT WHEAT CROP I ErpertH Krstn Plan'.inf of Great Acre-are. married and 1 take care of my mother. The children not marroii are in school." "Yon have been frugal, then" o, air; we have lived pretty well." The next witneaa was . H. Svhrttef of New York. veteran iKirtr on the' Twentieth Century limited of the Ul , Tt British Ships Secured Supplies frem Shore A Michigan Southern id. H.sj pcr ef Jitw York, salary, he said, waa TVI a month, and tips average about 77 month. Ilisj Vork. April 7.-IVnisls issued by train l-ve New York in the afternoon ' British officials in Washington that and arrives in Hiicago the next morning. I British warships off New Y ork bad beesj and under the rub be is tv entitled to receiving supplies from this port were any sleep except what he get during the .eoin.-i.i.vl w.th last night by Sir ourte. lav-over. M'sv Walter Benmt, British consul gen- GIRL SWINDLER RAISED 12.000 liar Walter Ileniwt era! liere. "I am prrMired to go into court and aweur tiiat t the tw-at of ny knowtclpe ll-Y'ear-Old Stenocrarher Imneraonalei ; and l -lief tiot aincle tsmmd of Government Offiort in New York. 1" U-"" "'t l'1 th Pntish jnaial shir rnm New York atid that New York, April 7. Caroline K. Link. .1. rommsn.ler and o.vtti of atl British an ! yewr-otd eteoogrs pW. ilea .fed ; -,i.;r, , the Atlantic coast ystrol guifty in the t'nited States distrit court rerv-ived ni isl istn--f fr.m here yester.sy to a charge of r presort - !lh, anmnv f.Bri-ftase ev anp ing brwlf as an .ffieey rf t r"ver- ,. . " t B.ted Mst'-s ." sid Sir with essay. .Miss tiotfigi, who Is as Signed second rank, wilt give sn essay snd address of welcome, tither propr m parts are to include a recitatioii by Fdith Watson of Barre and an i ration by tlcm Itati helder of Ilainneld. An ad Iress by a speaker from outside the school will he one of tlie feature of tlie commercial class graduation. A choh in this la sts nee has not been made as yet. Friend of tioddard may look forwarl to an tinii'nallv auspuioiia com mm. mcnt week this year. The senior else titimher students, 34 being members of the academic department and the re. maindcT enrolled in the commercial dr. f.artment. Ttss alumni speaker has not lse announeed. MRS. NETTIE ST. CTI . mw.J ,l.fcjil li, fl 1.. ... L lrr- : wAFtHorsE errxm. GOV. GATES DECLINED. Was Not Presert at Vprmoaters Ss(st Pst'f at Sprinrtield. IS a a. vi mrti M. Mass, April 7- ermoet- from all ever western Vaaeltu'H our1tisr. MAY BE DEPORTED. According to the eTi.ials who -aued tl irmf f the voting woman, she re- had I appointed a .tcoapj , the ; Frederick Wb SnntieI New York csniw bow. j Story of IiUmt- Ti.n. H was eUimed. she vhtunined ! y ,,-es. N .Y- A pnl 7. -4 nnnst Thmn her fst'wr and M f hia frw-wos. -,mi- .,:w.l' v.-1-oi h- would a-s th , - r ,h-,irtiswtt f eowimeree ana iiit w rn-m m ine cwstotcs sen u-e tot sores on , ..l,,,,, f, an .-)er 4 ir!at em ' ..j Died at State Hespital In Waternnry T- 7. Mrs. Nettie St. C'rr pad nway at the state hospital in Waterbtjry t hia fore noon after a long permd of failing Kes'th, a telef'hone message sinsirg Barre qua tn of t' woma: of her (W-tV ha Wig heew reevited this i'Itwws. Al-tlioiii-h Mrs.M.Cvr. or Mrs. Ifattte Page, aa she w as womei itoew know .I Vmg- 1 1 me reset, nt f t cit t , tNit bttle is Inn of her fannty emrie.t ots. Her I n.laind. Tiert M. l it. I s-a it ! MatV avetine. and tlss thoritrew st the state .os. taf mid t liar that a sister, named Mrs. Wagnm. s result of llarre ar iri.i, Mrs. t, i jy waa ta mar- first he-hand being a man I'Ree. s.1. formT'v let m tt-n ( 4 tlie sroial maple sfar , money. 1 lie rin is , to nave rai-' B j.f frleruk Mors. f.m-r ' s,,,,, tt,m see-t t ,rt I Key rem rn..hre 4 I'-e l-rtiiiB old . slows ( . 1h, ,1 a f.- tnnetha mgn iw linrw. ahi eral mortha i-o til ij.H n K in t-. -He bom in tey of bai og t;M by p-.rso -irv1 It orieth. ft thoog't. armn'i yewrs I ii,nr.at-a of tl-e home. MoTs ss si fl a .- i.'n- T m i rie .-.i u'-i --r t - sui j rmtm si m r wnr i 1 imrr t;al m id in tfs Anditm-insa lat i more tbaw fi.' in this msnner. morning at brs home. 124 Marlhnrw. - moeit ss,-iatim. I OLD HOTEL DESTROYED. In- Jnl.s V 1,111 "f IU lloloJ.. ! Waa Beirr Used ns Fesi Cam Institw- . i-rt.oirs in I'wlo. . tftr t EiHV.lnaiMc f tV I nh : tnat t-e. w l I"-! 1 M s:a Irsftnt. I bli A ifl r ia r shoalj w a -wie al' -...-nd r..i.c f?rKMO. " " r'l'f' '"" tl t "f wrmemee alwl W watmsjafiwtmti r l in 'i.A i,t m ,e-,l 7 T'f ewr'r to. ..TT!a ! t oi rutting of? tf- Pusstan ts.jr w-am-'a'ln-e. an'l 't 1 f.- i 'a., a. .... ..I a.,.'u.:K.iw .e re-d t letroe l.r l.ui.i. ! r .w ,1, w.-! .. iu 1, t-ass o t'-e lin m-Ml eml tern.) oersl sv-r-e ill ts iw t -oit in-Jt tie IH 4rrrr n1 I'm ir ooier l-.--t.- t. ... (J, , - . j, v, ... , ' . , J ,nwrt. i Am,m .A W nram lnrniMl la liwisitli a vow t" his te-mg syt feat'-fc to i r-ar f ' mearTi l-a?'l I r,Ay 't Ii... Td tf est.'.l -i "e-it of a !(---, . ... .. t . , . , . l. .j i ls,.,,. neH-r tfie iir-rl utm mA . it W ... ,.n,.Imi4 -' -nrt Ian I t on. J triuJ. fe 1st Cavane at t and tr -reject WiH Ss- Tbe A ii-t i it it it J, tt ut i f nateirs. t.' si. - ! m- n we., H.jfd. In m-rs t.. S'sc. 4 for ie as n res rvre ir.VtutK. Ut ce- H'T e-metery. 'I'inVr f resume was Die prin, i ker, I . (Virh-s t .t tif er st. wis Issd iwiginafv !tm J te mm, ben rg Ka.ned st leone l.r husi n sa fspfsri ta. tiom. I at W1i.1 fla-na. ,t-a n-orc afc-f taken I'.. . Tlv4-r P.rswr", V J Aoril 7 Tlss .;J orrm-t wsets t),e f" err met t tea. w w1al r eOiWslssH. f - Mow nwmta park Hotel, famofi )n t'rf m"l e.m.item.( da i s A ese rwinf.