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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
VOL. XIX-NO. 42. RARRK, VERMONT, MONDAY, MAY 8, 1915. Pit ICE, ONE CENT. FRENCH TROOPS FORGING AHEAD AT NEW PLACE v And Warship Bombardment of Forts on the Darda nelles Was Carried Out Allies Warships Are Said to Have Sustained Great Damage THREE TORPEDO BOATS AND A TRAWLER SUNK TURKISH WAR OFFICE DENIES ACTIVITY New Effort Being Made to Patch Up Differences Be tween Austria and Italy- Italian Cabinet Decides Not to' Postpone Assem bling of Parliament Information from the Dardanelles via London is that the bombardment of the Turkish forts wan carried on Saturday and that greater damage was inflicted on the warships of the allies. The town of Dardanelles is said to have been destroy ed. The Turkish war office, however, States that no action was attempted by the allies forces that day. The French troops are .reported to have made anoth er landing on the. Asiatic side and to be advancing rapidly. The sinking of three more vessels in the North sea by German submarines in a new campaign was reported to-day. The Swedish steamer Elida and two trawlers were the victims. It is believed in Rome that Austria and Germany have decided upon another effort to prolong negotiations between Italy and the central empires in the hope of reaching a peaceful settlement of the territorial dispute. For this pur pose, it is said, that Count Goluchowski, former Austro-Hnngarian foreign min-. ister, will go to Rome from Vienna. The Italian cabinet has decided not to postpone the assembling of I'arlia ment on May 12 and it is thought in Rome that Parliament may assist the cabinet in reaching a "decision which now appears almost inevitable." Two of War Vessels Were German and They Had Just Sunk the British Trawler When Chased Torpedo Sank British Torpedo Boat. onlon, May 3. The British admiral ty stated last evening that two German tqrpedo boats had been sunk in the North sea. The Ilritish torpedo boat destroyer Recruit also was sunk. The text of the admiralty statement follows! "A series of small affairs took place in the neighborhood of the Galloper and North Hinder lightship on Saturday. "During the forenoon If. M. Destroyer I Recruit was sunk by n submarine I'tmr officers and twenty-one men being saved hy the trawler Daisy. "At 3:K) p. m. the trawler Colombia was attacked by two German torpedo boats which approached her from the westward and commenced . an action without hoisting their colors. The Co lombia was sunk by a torpedo, only one deck hand being saved by other trawlers. "A division of British destroyers, com Iirisinc the Ijflforev, I.eonidas, I-awford and Lark, chased the two (ierman vessels and after a brief running tight of about one hour, sunk them both. The British destroyers siisttined no casualties. "Two German officers and forty-four men were rescued from the sea and made prisoners of war." The destroyer Kecruit was on pairoi hitv Saturday morning when the sub marine sank her. According to details received here she was struck amidships by the torpedo and began to sink. The wounded vessel signalled for assistance, and her call was answered by the traw ler Daisy and thirty men out of her complement of sixty-live were saved. It is stated that a torpedo was nren at the Daisy, which was forced to leave one of her rescue boats behind, and that the submarine chased this boat and fired her gun at it, wounding four men. British torpedo boat destroyers sight- inir in the distance the two (ierman tor pedo boats which had sunk the trawler Colombia and apparently were support ing a submarine, engaged the Germans at long range in the vicinity of the North Hinder light. The Germans en deavored to run away, but the British boats pressed them hard and shortly aft erward sank them. The British boat rescued some of the crews of the Ger mans and landed them yesterday. TO FILE CLAIM FOR DAMAGE For Torpedoing of Ameri can Steamer Gulflight by German THREE AMERICANS WERE ABOARD HER DISPUTE ENDS IN A SUICIDE Miss Ida Smith of West Burke Swallowed .. Strychnine Ship and Cargo Were Val ued at $1,000,000, It Is Said New York, May 3. Two Americans, in addition to Captain Gunthcr, who lost their lives when the American steamer Gulflight was torpedoed off the Scilly islands, were Charles G. Short of Chicago, a wireless operator, and Eugene Chapa neta of I'ort Arthur, Tex., a seaman, ac cording to a cablegram received to-day by the Gulf Refining Co. Including her officers, the Gulflight had 38 men aboard, most of them hailing from Gulf of Mexico ports. The ship and cargo, according to James Kennedy, marine superintendent of the company, were valued at I,(KiO,0iH). Kennedy said he was awaiting the particulars of the attack before communicating with the state department, but said that undoubt edly a claim for loss, including damages for the lives lost, would be. filed with the state department. DANIELS DEFENDS U. S. GUNS. Throw Missies Harder, Straighter and Further Thin Any in Word. Washington, D. O. May 3. Critics who claim the American navy's 14-inch rifles are inferior to the l't-inch type mounted on the great British battle ship Queen Lliaheth were, answered in a statement issued last night by Sec retary Daniels, declaring thab the bu reau of ordnance lias developed a 14 inch gun "that will shoot further, shoot straighter and hit harder than any gun now. in use or known to be designed by a foreign country. While conceding that the Queen Eliza beth's guns thrown a larger shell, Mr. it a T "iTTARPTTT tTTV Daniels point, out that she carries only HAJJ UAKKELLD eight of the 15-inch rifles, compared with a main battery of J2 14-inch weapons on the I nited State battleship Pennsylva urn. I lie statement aaya: 'CPl.,. II f I. TnnAnl..u HIT IflllCII gUHff Ul HIO 1 Oiling 1 r , jj J T i m I ' TT nia will get through the maximum-armor one Had liecently iaKen Up afloat, so far aa our knowledge goes at a range of 12,000 yards. The Queen Elizabeth' 15-inch guna will do little more than that. If our information is correct as to the Telocity of the British l.Vineh gun, the 14-inch guns on the Pennsylvania will range a little farther than the Queen Elizabeths lS-inc.h guns, ARE WILLING TO ARBITRATE Tool Sharpeners So Vote on Limitation Clause at Meeting of Union Held This Forenoon. In an endeavor to arrive at some solu tion of the (lifliciilty that has thus far prevented a settlement of the differences between tool sharpener and manufac turers, the union met this forenoon and voted that it was ready to submit to arbitration the contention as to whether there should be a limit placed on sharp ening machines. Meetings of the com mittees and union were also held Sat- 0 VER RELIGIONS "r,1a.v iftnioon. and an adjourned meet- iiij; nars iiriii ifiin ,( I vci in n'li vu r 11 anything further could be done to-day to reach an agreement. This meeting ad journed until 11 o'clock to-morrow morn ing. FIRE-WRAPPED GIRL FELL DOWN After Trying to Run to a Neighbor's House in Fairfax PASSERBY BURNED HANDS TO SAVE HER with Seventh Day Ad vent Work SODALITY DAY AT ST. MONICA'S Twenty New Members Were Received at Service Yesterday. Yesterday was sodality day at St. . J lie sodality received ,i a n l. r n c 1 1 : I "l "u, n,"7 "Monica's church The flatter trajection of the 14-inch gun tereation over religion, Miss Ida Smith, holy communion in a body it the ft give it increased probability of hitting m 30, daughter of Marshall Smith, commit- 0 e'oelc mass, I luring the mass, the so comparison with the Jomch gun. ted gllj0j(ie yesterday afternoon bv tak Mil. 11 ...... 1 n . , in , i-. i - - - i nr i ffimwy i yw in imiiii9 i - uiin ,i i juj, strychnine, the Queen Elizabeth's eight. Therefore, he fjved wit Little Doris Warren Taken to Hospital, but She Soon Died rairtax. May ,0(tv'.:,,. 3-year-old daughter of. Mr. tori Mrs. Wavne War ren, died at the Fanny Allen hospital, Winooski park, where she was taken for treatment for burns which were sus tained Saturday at her home in Fairfax Falls. She was in the house with her sister, May, 12, and when the latter left the room for a short time the younger child secured some matches and set tire to her clothing. On the older girl's return to the room she found her sister enveloped in flames and she did what she could to extinguish the fire but. failing, she started for a, neighbor's, Doris following. The latter had run only part of the way when' she was overcome by the flames and fell by me roansioe. a 3Ir. Idling of Cambridge, who was passing at the time, ran to her assistance and wrapped the girl 1n an overcoat, being himself burned about the hands in the act. But before the flames were put out they had burned off alt the child's clothing. Doria was then' tak en to the hospital where she lived but a, short time. 6V1 rith her father and a broth- dalists sang, '() Marv, Dear Mother,' Lnfold. I nfold, Ye Golden Gates of Heaven." and "To Thee, O Heart ofJe- siis, J he communion hvmn, solo and CREW GIVEN TIME TO LEAVE. 16 MEN AND TWO WOMEN BARELY GOT OFF SHIP Swedish Steamer Elida, Timber Laden, Was Sunk by German Submarine in the North Sea. London, May S, 11:38 a. m. The Ex change Telegraph company baa received a dispatch from its Copenhagen corres pondent, saying that the Swedish steam er Elida, timber laden, bound from licloingborg for Hull, was torpedoed in the North sea hy a German submarine. She went to the bottom in lens than three minutes and 16 men and two wom en aboard had barely time to escape in a small boat. After cruising about for two hour, bey were picked up by a Danish aehoon rr and landed at li-mvig, Denmark. CENSURE DR. DERNBURG. German Newspapers Think His Port land Letter "Political Foolery." London. Mar 3. Dr. Dern burg's let ter, read at huh meeting in Tort land, MeM April 17. in which the former ermaa colonial secretary said that fr- many mould evacuate the occupied por tion of France and Belgium only on con dition that the e be trend and that t.ermny be given freedom to expand beyond bcr frontier in Europe, bat caused consn)cTble discussion in the Ger man rw t. nay a dipatrh to Pen ler 1 elf'trram company. The l'ot of IW rim ay the biter anp tie a -lii'l and final proof of Hr. f-m-burg' ino parit y a a statesman and (he frop'r characterise his remark " tir .ier of political foolery." 4 mint Finest RrtitWw. writing in t V. m-Mih hr 1 ar Z itiing. wti "It m iri that Iir. fVmnairf mtihtwt lirt HilnstMM f"n O? im f -r t -hn Ikw hii1t f mi l! It tn I d Maten t" mn urn. H htn4 vrthnut 4lr liirri rt-t-r1 w. and cantM tuM thm imm Then Submarine Sank French Steamer Europe. London, May 3. The French steam er Europe, from Harry for St. Nazaire with a cargo of coal, was torpedoed ny a Uerman BUDinarine naiunmy iiiumiu near Bishop's Rock and sank, says a dispatch to Lloyd's from 1'eiitance. The crew was rescued by a steam drifter. The submarine signalled the crew of the Europe to leave their ship. When , they had done this tho submarine snen ed the steamer, which failed to sink. Meanwhile the skipper of the steam drifter Rosevine, attracted by the noise of the gun of the submarine made an investigation, whereupon the submarine started to chase the Roaevine. i he Nose vine aent up distress rockets and was nrorecdimr toward the Scilly islands when a patrol boat, which previously had not been seen, owing to the loggy weather, appeared. Together the patrol boat and the drifter went back toward the Europe, at which the submarine as still firing with her euns. Half ft mile off from the Europe the Rosevine picked tin a boat loaded with membera of the crew of the steamer. Th work of res cue was interrupted by three shells from the submarine which fell within thirty yards of the drifter. Ihen, apparently alarmed at me ap pearance of the patrol boat, the subma rine torpedoed the Enrop which dis appeared in a cloud of ateam and coal dust. Washington, D. C, May 3. President Wilson will reserve judgment on the tor pedoing of the American steamer Gulf light until further oflicial details have been received. The president inquired about the incident when he arrived from Williamstown, Mass., to-dav, but was told that, so far as the White House officials knew, no oflicial word had come The officials admit that the attack on the ship is a serious matter, but they intend a very thorough investigation shall be made and that no hastv action shall be taken. Secretary Brvan said no comment could be made until oflicial reports had leen received. Should another day pass without information from American offi cials abroad, they probably would be in structed to get in touch with the remote localities where the Gulflight crew was taken and secure reports. tne vii nine nt nre ot our sun exceeas 'i i . the volume of fire of the British ship by joit.lHi Serenth Dnv Ad enlists and "T' WBf r:,n(,Pred 5?' A'lom. 50 per cent. 7f. fcVin Ki.., tl'! Ht, Cyril "The navy department has built and , ' L" . ' ' V " t. 31rr , n arm 'n granger. - i.s;.i. ...'..,-, Wk " "--V" .r- jn me evening at , :., ine annual pro i; S i : M r uL " Wt ,Uti r .l: " was headed by . V- f . 4 i i- .., m'S on wu ciuiH., wr ran- the president of the sanctuary soc etv. penetration of arnmr at fighting range bat,, ,, ,t t,)(1 dinwr u)lp yH,terdy John Jordan, who carried the blessed is concerned. If the Pennsylvania were Vtr Kmith rit.A l,r romin.lir, kpr L..i k n ..... f..n...,i v.. to lie armed with .the 10-inch gun, she t,,at hpr hoU8,,,10j work wag h,, dom the san,,tllHry bovs. Next in order came could carry only eight, as against the in Ti(l)lltion to hit principles of keeping Miss Irene Grad'v, carrying the banner 12 14-inch guns now assigned her. If Sunday -holy. Following a warm argu- of Mary Immaculate. She was followed r uuni-u me iu-iikm uimic, wc -" jjig8 Smith entered the pantry by a number of little girls robed in have to make a sacrifice in number nH tank nnisnn. . Her father' sun- white. Miss Frances Burke carried the of guns as great or nearly as great, as pj gh(l na(1 iaen gnmrthing for a sodality banner and was followed by in u, B,K , v w. 1 headache, and learned her condition only me junior aouaiisie. j ne gariana oear- wben she called for help. She lived about j "l t,, flower girls preceded the an hour and a half. Besides her family incn aB carnea ny fiPre -he i. .nrviv-erl hv brother. Er-1 -lrion I arroll. Misses Anna Mc nest Smith of Randolph. The funeral will be held here Tuesday bcth. "Counting volume of fire and probabil itv of hitting we see that battle range, the number of blows delivered bv the Pennsylvania in a given time, will ex ceed those given by the Queen Eliza beth by seventy per cent. PECULIAR DEATH CASE. GULFLIC.HT'S CAPTAIN DIED FROM SHOCK LESS DRINKING NOW THAN BEFORE WAR Will Crooks, Labor Leader In Route of Commons, Said Lloyd George is Mistaken. London, May 3. 4:20 a. m. Will ( rooks, a labor leader in the House of Commons, dwlirwi in a newspaper in terview, published to-day. that there in h-es drinking in Fngland than hrfnre the war. and tht tliancellor of the I t chequer Uoyd (.eorge i mistaken in hi statements on tlie subject. Crooks asserts that if V- wmk i luing done at private hipyard. now other raue thn drinking mul b might, and that this ftecuatin been spread lmadet ly empWiver l corr tip their fimm hnrUtninj-. He make thi cm,-. : - b rA the lifbtt beitati"n in ring tht be Wnolnich iwsil cwild torn it a third iwiw woik thn rt 4nirg n." In t h intT'w-w be alo d-' lr'-: "TIh1 men have mhmi'i irnt nrk lo b-aitc f a l'i nl fim r t'n. M"- ot f-T. plthmiph the bu lt-4 tl'n l?MiTth. f nrfmf'iM t he When His American Oil Tank Steamer Was Struck by German Submarine The Gulflight Was Beached. tandon, May 3. The American oil tank steamer Gulflight, which sailed from Port Arthur Texas, April 10, for Rouen, r ranee, was torpedoed at noon Saturday on" the Scilly islands, accord ing to a dispatch received yesterday by the Central Newa agency. The captain of the Gulflight according to the same advices, died of heart fail ure aa a result of shm-k. Two seamen jumped overboard and were drowned. The other membera of the crew were taken off by a patrol boa,t and landed. The vessel was towed into Cow sound and beached. CAUGHT BETWEEN CARS AND WAS Young Man Walked Into Bennington Eda Valley.' ( arthy and Irene lender were marshals Miss Rose Tassie, the May queen, was attended bv Mioses Lorraine Ioranger end man .Marrion. Hie crown was carried bv Miss Vidora Kearney, aceom panied by little Misses Clair Bennett and Store and Soon Became Unconscious. Bennington, May 3. Donald K. Grens- 17 AT A I T V IITTRT ler, a graduate of the engineering de- ( I 1 IIH-11 b VI I 1 iim iuii til iu- v lip w l!M8, wlio liad been employed here as a mechanical draftsman since November, late Saturday afternoon entered a drug Timothy E. Sullivan of St. Albans Probably Attempted to Pass Through While Engaged in Making Car Inspection. St. Allien. May 3. Timothy E. Sulli van aged -0 years, waa fatally injured During the procession, the following were sung: "l.itany of Ixiretto." senior sodalists; "As the Gentle Spring," Mr. Bennett and chorus; "Crowning Hymn,1' choir ana sodality. Twenty new member were received into the sodality by Rev. Father Me Kenna. After the act of consecration store on Main street and complained of a ,),,. lu,nlar ,ality rvitP(i antiphonally severe headache. The druggist observed that the young man was seriously ill and called for physician. While waiting for an auto mobile to take him to his room, Gensler became unconscious and remained in thai Sunday morning at 4:20 o'clock while Lonlition until he died shortly before engaged in his dutie a car inspector I noon yesterday the Magnificat. The Veni Creator was stine by Cyril Marrion and chorus. The choir and processionalists united in sing ing the benediction hymns, and the whole ws concluded by the grand chorale, Holy (,od. We Praise Thy Name." The reverend rector of St. Monica's officiated throughout and also delivered for the Central Vermont railway. He was a son of H. .1. Gensler, clerk ,),,, ,rmon. The main altar and shrine af turn I mtA.i stittaal Von at 4 n ttl V r it.. - r . . i Men were engaged in building up a 'k"1u,.i1 j Zihi". JJl.'"7 "m.iuny . . - ,. , ,. i .-, "" ,.,.-..... - i uui'rncq n un ngniu ami cut nowers. train in the local yard when one of the! the United State legation at Pekin, re- rardmen heard a call and going back centlr left San Francmco for China found Sullivan pinned between two cars. r.vineniiy in swuciung ne attempted in avnrriTrn iTTTrt no ,is-tween tne car , to meet anotner ANOTHER DEPUTY SHERIFF DEAD. F. J. Hastings of Middlesex Died Sunday Morning. train that was coming in and was caught Bjjt Nf BH SUuck b S(wt between the couplers. Just how the ac cident occurred is not known as the young man was alone and although con-1 While stepping out of the war to F. .L. Hastings of Middlesex, who passed ,.: lkr.J (r,.m .(, - if. ,ln.,.,h., scions when found he t consciousness avoid heinir hit bv an automobile near away Sunday morning of Brig'ht d is- .. u. .r.ii. k. a.. The second deputy sheriff of Washing ton count v to die within a week FUNERAL AT HEDDING CHURCH Of Deputy Sheriff A. M. Morrison Yee terday Afternoon. Funeral services for Deputy Sheriff A. M. Morrison of 33 Sooth Main street. whose death Friday morning followed n, long illness, were held in the Hedding Methodist church Sunday afternoon at :i o'clock, the pastor. Rev. K. F. Newell. officiating. Prior to the church aervices. prayera were said at the house. An escort of deputy sheriffs headed by High Sheriff Frank H. Tracy, and comprising representatives of the aheriff'a depart ment from nearly every town in Wash ington county, accompanied the remains from the house to the church. The regu lar male chorus of the Hedding church sang "Xearer My God To Thee." and "I'ntil We Meet Again." Rev. Mr. Xew ell spoke fittingly of the deceased. The' bearers were: Chief Samuel Sinclair of the Barre police rlepartment. Constable George I Morris, .fohn Slorrison of Meredith. X. H., a nephew of the de ceased; Farl C. Cutler, anid A. .T. I.orang- er and Albert . Beattie, who represent ed Granite City camp. M. W. A., to which Mr. Morrison belonged. A prolusion of flowers included set. The Gulflight mi a steel vessel of 3tr ton net and wa built at lam- noon after he a taken to the hocpital. Tanlin street in Montiielier this momina. ease. He sustained a shock Saturday where he died at 7:30 o'clock. The right Miss Ida Piccolj narri-V escaped being morning and wa uneonscioii for the 24 hip was crushed and he as otherwise Ptnn k by an ele. trie cr bound for Mont-1 hour preceding bi death. lie was pelier. The automobile wa proceeding ""''any conn oincer at vtasmngtnn den, X. J., in 1!14. She wa owned by ',.,( nd Mrs. .1. S. Wallace and Mies injured. The remains were taken to the borne Uonard Barre and ncmrding to the story of his sixter, Mrs. Kdward Dillon, on wa traveling at a high late of srs-cd. Lincoln avenue, and the funeral will beK(1M piccoh's danger, as she stepped held att. Mary a church Tuesday morn- from the road to the track wa noticed iug at nine o'clock. The burial n ill take hy the motorman of the street car who place in Holy Cro cemetery. I reverel in time to avoid hitting her, Mr. SwIrHan bsd lieen engaged a car lalthoiiuh it s a narrow rapc. Mis inMi tor aliout two and one-hif year. Piccoli then boarded the car and went He is survived hy his father, D. T. Sulli-to Mont pelier van of I'm city; tour sisters, Mr, un ion and Mis Anna 1'. Sullivan of this AUTO STALLED ON TRACK. the Gulf Refining company. The veHo! ii 3S.1 feet long. M feet beam and 3l feet deep. She wa equipped with wire lc telegraphy apparatus. NEW ENGLAND PEOPLE ABOARD. First Mate of Gulflight Was Wakefield Man. Boston, May 3. --The captain of t''c f.oretta M. Sullivan of Boston; and one brother. .1. .1. Suflin of Prince Rupert B. C. THINE BIG GUN DISABLED. French Believe Weapon's Operation Dam' aged Shooting Capacity. Pri, May 3.- The ollnisl repoit giv en out yeoterday by the French war de tank steamer t.ullJight, who lost lj ; pi1 nn-nt sajs it is b liew4l the great ' . ttfv i.rot fU-d frir tt m-n Ii i-'-t Ih,i gnertme,t I , - trMerlT 1 tVe H ( t 'Htain . t -lanati"). SET TWO SVIL TlttS. TW O TRAWLERS SUNK OFF ABERDEEN . 0na etlun( Orrsung 09 Seot tiak m-M Crews ! Ke tmt. it 1. t 2 t m t-t a -e-w mtjtnm'-intr o-k t tU- -n f er--ile H Se4i; TVn e-- - V-d t I Xmm m Vm4 l "'ar t t tl e t ii fcre' fe mnUimrv, e m tm 9 w-.le.. prill It a! a taage Done at Fpinal fcy Ormsn A:r Craft Wtt SmrD. 4fnilW-Mi la r j 'y the rtt f Burl r ft4 tMi I rwirn '. yeotet twiffttair'ted varKHi t c of tm frmnr. t mir iM'lxM f Mer I i!nt. eri ttl nt the im & T it-fi1 five-nsng 4 Srf'ied tf WieMMl Snmta. . hvr. 1 H '' ducnar t mfl f'e. 1 he ei.itw pn.Wi - the tm m rfhet t4 Ij.ft,! f t t-itf a ' S t -rt- f "---"t f rw .'i ! Ih I'twM I rfi9 Iile when bis ewl wa torpedied r! the Silly islands, U Alfred Gtiflthrr of New Vork. The first mte i lUlpli mith or WakcficIJ, and eev- ral memU-r of the crew are from Nrw England, ai-cording to informal ion ob tained N't night from relative. Captain Gutitlier commander of the teamhip fiklahoma hnh went down in the c-sle of January. I'M!, ff t IK' coi-t of w Jrtuv. ith member of the rrew. he aped from tlie eel in a lilrU-at and rewH-d eventually by aiiiiher t-mir. GERMAN AEROPLANE DRIVEN OFF TO-DAY AbI Zefpelm It Reported Te Be Ma-ring in the Direrttea f Great Britain. ImMnn. Vv J. 2 ;0 p. m.--A -rman aertUie. mnottg from t'e d rtio ,( (-t-lii. umif4 rter lvT t"i f o'ke -t..iie in dm . I"it w rlrnen off t r gum . It i r-r1"l t''t a 7t p! n a-r fc (p tmvefrfif in t4,e t!ri.ii f I ) lt4 from t'-e KUe4 ef VluHM. . t-,e 9,nrfhen eoat f The Xethe!.,. T I,. tirml ip Pter thl lil l M I" e',Vk n.wn i f i.ermsn gun whirh twice ba burn ha rded Dunkirk from a range of 2.1 and a half mile has Ni n put out of artion. It ! annoum-e the tonilrdmeiit bh the French of one of tlie l.inin lort at Met a, the lorrine ispital. The it of the ttmnt follow : "T fwre no modification to ri tt in the situation along tlie entire front. "Infotnistion received from a dewrt er i t" tlie ffTt that fr fut to month enginej-r ( the Krupti gun nrk baie been dretting in the u hurb of Ihamude- a e,ir where there a Iw-en o fiffhlina- for neieral month the installation of a marine gun i pfhle of Pring a hl over a 'rrjr bmg ieie. It i thi hirh mr have lnf!lird-d fHiiikitlk. 1 e pun i l-lieved to fcve a rnge of .'ii 1 ! tr tJ3.i an l I -1 1 tune h l! were fireil tm the e,-,ml and lt hoirlwrdm'-et of tl t,, n. h fe1 T fH-ee I reaantl t h)eve tlt t' jr'in ither !. tie, n dams'd M a fn't'! of ti'e hw-fc the mwt -?tll .M-,e O feelt a I-tig tiw t'it 1 'e ,, rr-wnce A Mr T'itlne I, 4 1 e ffe.t f .t.f.f.r rt tre, "I rt tnft iHe e V i-t-, I tvnl t 4 d -m. t' t nf,-l! Ir.rt 4 t je rfn-he4 eenj, f Mi't,." Three Persons in It Killed and Another Seriously Hurt. (1. veUnd. V, May .T Mr. Oliver M Koter and her daughter. Ixil. i yer idd. were kill'-d and t,vlor larrick. .i year of ac fatally injured lsfe vesterdsy hn the automobile in which they were nd'ng nitli Mr. Foter a tni.U by an cnpre train t a grade crowing near Willuughhy. Mr. Foster was eriouly hurt. Foster i oater wwhanic of the New Vork Central line at Onllinwood. a ub nrb. The train wa driven by Kngitieor Fiank Allen of I Viltinnomt. a fneii.t and former aite rnfiwiT mtli luster, j The epr gntng ni'lea an hour hen the automobile became atalh 1 on the trik and VnioIilicd. cmiiity court hut at the present term he could not serve because of ill health. He bad also served as constable in Mid dlesex. Flavel .lohn riaatinga was born in Mid dlesex Nov. 2i. IS41. and mth the ex ception of a few year when he resided in Burlington, spent all of hi life in hi ntive town. He enliated in Co. C, first Vermont cavalry, in during the ( ill! war and served until the close, be ing mustered out Auc. S. IKA.V He re sided on a farm until three year co. hen he moved into Middlesex village. He w a member of Dillingham post. Waterburv. J. A. 15.. and a member of the Washington County I seputv SberifT' as'ition. Three ihildren. Mr. Tdward Coonev ami Mr. Fred Dunn of Middlesex nd Isrenie Ha-tiru; of Aharon, survive. Mrs. Hasting died last summer. KILLED IN WAR. TUG Al'STRIAN VICTORY CLAIMED fPITISH STEArit SCSK. Joseph Giachino Died Under French Col ors, Says Report. Barre acquaintance of .losepb r.ia- ehinn. who ftiiinrrlv renled in thi city and Motitielicr. have been advie of bis l-th 's.niK' here in France" nhil,' frlitmg mi. lei the Freni h i-olor in tlie jrrest Fiiripen r. John Tnmai. a 1'it plier man. and local people wire inlnrnied of the yoiinff man's sad end t'lovifh the mcliiim of a letter reeeiiel Irom Antonio l.iarbino. a forwer Btre frnt ,)eler. w ho is now engaged in bti m, s in elialt. nt. Mr. tliaihmo of French and ltl in parentnee and nn fter the out break of the r be ri,l.tc, last fall. His wither ws French woman. .i dep uty sherirt" soiation and the Wood men and many other beautiful tributea from individuals. W hile the church serv ice were in progress, the sheriffs' escort anil meinliers of the local bar occupied seat toward the front of the auditori um. This morning st o'clock the re mains were taken over the Mont pelier A Wells Kiver railroad to firoton. where interment was made to day. In the fu neral partv were Mr. Morrison and daughter, liliraheth: Mr. Ahbie .1. Batch of Nt. .lohnsbury. A. M. Morrison and John Morrison of Meredith. X. H Iron Fellow of Brookline and other. REFUSE PILING UP BOTH GIBSONS ARRESTED On Charge ef Discharging Debt By !- ing Werthlew Cheikt. n a warrant iharpma hm with d chairier eleM bv iMiniiff a worthless ilik. Me 'tin ..bson. a lttn lnml-r dealer whose IT Itiwibci k invade.l Mont)"1"' n ww lt Thiiisdai nigl't in searrh of tWit ewploier ws arrest eH in ltiheld Stnrdai f i ' t l v .rr iff Frank H. Tracy, who w s nKii"M t that vil'ae" bv It put x vheritt Ijiw on. later t'-e s me ever i: Mr. ..h sns'i . . VI. (. hn, ws rrete n Wtfi-.1 on a ini'r hari-e and with I is tat her was f.1-e4 m t cmnlr hid. Kiir wa -H twl-e tssMe Isvle nf Hl-I Ws f-f St fm n, e h isc. w b h was f i-eislie4. and t ren fW n'r.fi'H T tv tw of it "vn h t-..ie t'ton " Mwtple t s-et th.f ck,ij fii fS"i" Tre Oat t Ride an! iwt Im mf i II I"''1 '""r 'I" i a.ef (Vrert rre4 ,, mt .na ,n Vll lt Ii t 1 - me t-e I .1-,. .-,,.1 li.Krsrt.v W ...e : 11 I e V n mnn As Clean-Up Campaign in Barre Gets Under Way. Weather not altogether suited to I risk sin king up campaign ushered in the first day of tiie clean up movement, but the response o H he -iiiimittee' p MI that an early beginning tie msije was generally heeiivil tiv lioiiseholdcr around tlie city and othir uon whom the wnik of raking up lawns, vacant lot and back jard usually devolvi-. Some thing tangible in tlie way of result will he m evidence bv to morrow morning, it i believed. People who have prom ised to identify tbcmselve with the movement are ;.niiiiig to leave their barrels, hags nd le ,f ri lue on the coining that tliey may he collected bv tlw tem Thursday morning. Pri marily, to-day in the clean up week w ii-ignted as ,e prevention day. al though the i lean up work aa i-arried on . along other line. Tlie allied committee promoting the ilmpnis c'n urge on all tiren the value of reporting t the Itealth autSori ! Ike whereabout of mhlnsh. refua nd wst senimiils t "n. in order tht . Kt.ft l.ad MAl Iv-n im ftrte f .e fntit v.ai. Around vear. po he i-ame ti i " lerirC T"" tl..s etv nd .t '.-red the . n.olov f ,, i mat be oerl,.'ed. The mk of ora;n n,V Mn I. ..clone. t'.r 1st '" ""' "M h,t t temom t.., , ' flrf erot rr.i t -t"re he ret.iae wrll m bnd and the corn- Wilftee I finil'ieei I'.sv i - rr ' , wmt t" Xloetrwlw- and ecii-ed wmk in the Bost'W f'lt't I (chance. Ife V f t 1 niwit in I 'Ml 1 was ce-jlccd in tiiiiMii ew le-rlaed i it s net ' be t-4 im l.u""""e in the a'lfnmn of fM. THF0W!4 AGA1ST STOE WALL. tt the botes, harrrl. rtc e be aceom - I J.eit win eefiten. t-enan R'ron Tret I e--e ! Frr ta fe? Gi5i-sa "! lr- Each A'.'n Being rierred, fterl.n. t ia fsefe V S S '-4 f. n - , ... ,i .. A in t "e . t f t l.e i f! n tr 4 I v Vsror B"lsi erl 1 'I C t. LIT III FIELD DEAD. fi'ttl Wa Snt Down Kar'ltoit SeP;g Rn-k. t..i Vt X 1 he t , V trsir I yt'l-i WW wwti M a I nhia ' l--t '- " , rnrmer Crngtriraa frm Kaine " "' . T . '. '"T ' '-" fatio.4. JtewTwk. I -sf l,Ve if ' mo-wsti. 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I'l'V wssttew-n Ics'wsit a e I M .'-it a ,.,-.- T h 'rt1-- ! w I' f-'th- r'eJVel l''o ad b -'e. ts t, a . r.ed In IW 'f T h.f- In '( , , e, ..e .-.. 4 e ' i ' f 9 si,-; r,i"u-e 1 ,--r t 9 v "f" S'I t r aed s . 1 l -i t W lee r' f Tiw fo'lowire sorrest ion ha ,ade. and ts weih thinking over: -'nr not jred thi 1en up k out int a 'beaut 'ft ng yr' bv h-er a peewia- j ,ent oT4-ei.'t n-n ce .t.i.x nl1 t Utct'M l tsvets of tle eitr th) ! , .mocot etr-es where the wtnrr . fr-tM :w!l. s weo s t ,tcwu r I i.r weti t-to. It I1"' encmnvwf. ihrngh t. s r.fim.ilinii. take t harn ,.' l ifet " .lei.- and eee. n. ,5,T l. .,-rs .f a Viett teen ft-n. T 's w enld cd In etbef r'oa f -d le-r ut t tt'g the teet. r'i i. letwen . " wrk and t'Sd W"t4 n .i, the t r I'lj.nw-ft e4 car l lsn- ttTtttXf TO ORIENT. S Crei-r Ethos't Tt Ee?i-ee t-e I . --" l . Mi 3 7e ex.o. 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