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VOL. XIX-NO. 181. I3ARRE, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTORElt 13, 1915. PRICE, ONE CENT. SERBIA NOW DECLARES WAR Official Action Taken on Bul garia To-day, Says London between the Oise and the Aisne, near Oucnnavieres mid at onvron. In Lorraine the French lire put an end to violent German artillery and infantry attack. There has been violent trench fighting in the Vogues, an well a in tense artillery exchanges at llartmaiins- Weilerkopf, the official statement says. BRITISH SINK A DESTROYER BRITISH LOST 96,899 IN THE DARDANELLES ACTION WAS TAKEN AS A REPRISAL Because Bulgarian Armies Attacked Two Serb ian Fronts London, Oct. 15. Official announce ment was made to-day that Serbia had declared war on Bulgaria. The announcement Bays war was de clared on account of Bulgarian attacks on Serbian armies on the Zaitchen and Radovitch fronts. GREECE REFUSES TO AID SERBIA Makes Definite Announcement of Her In tention in Note to British Govern ment To-day. London, Oct. 15. In a note to the British government received to-day, Greece announces her definite decision not to intervene in the war on behalf of Serbia at present. Of Those Total Casualties Up to October Ninth, 18,957, Were in Killed, of Whom 1,183 Wrc Officers. London, Oct. 15. The - total British casualties 'at the Dardanelles up to Oc tober 8, according to the olTlcial figures Riven out to-day, were 00,81)1). Of this total 18,!),j7 wero killed, of which 1,- 183 were ofliccrs, , . Submarine Torpedoed Ger man Ship in Narrow Strait' - VESSEL FOUNDERED ALMOST AT ONCE ITALY IS IN THE BALKAN FIGHT, NOT AGAINST KAISER An Accompanying Destroy er and a Cruiser Speed ed Southward of There is No Doubt That the Ally France, Great Britain and Russia Will Participate Against Turkey or Bulgarians. l'ans, ct. 15. While there is no doubt of Italian intervention in the Bal kans, Petit Journal's Milan correspond ent says the question now under con sideration is how contact can be avoid ed between Italian and German con Copenhagen, Oct. 15. A British sub marine torpedoed and sank a German de stroyer this morning at the southern en trance to the Sound, a narrow strait be tween Denmark and Sweden which con nects the Baltic sea with the North sea. A great explosion following the striking of the torpedo and the destroyer foun dered immediately. BRITISH COULDN'T HOLD GAIN OF LONG TRENCH German Artillery Fire Was So Strong That They Had to Retire After Making a Notable Advance. London. Oct. 15. -A British official statement issued last night tells of the latest offensive by British troops be tween La Bassee and Arras as follows; "Yesterday afternoon, after a bom bardment, we attacked the enemy s trenches under cover of a cloud of smoke and gas from a point about 0)0 yards southwest of Hulluch to the Hohenzol , !ern redoubt. "We cained about 1,0(10 yards of trenches just south and west of llullucli," but were unable to maintain our pom tions there owing to the enemy's shell lire. ' "Southwest of St. Elie we captured and hold the enemy's trench behind the Vernielles-HuJluch - road and the south western edge of the quarries, both In elusive. Vc also captured a trench on the northwest face of the forest. We captured the main trench of the llohen aollern redoubt, but the enemy is still in two communicating trenches between the redoubt and his quarries." Berlin Saya British Advance Was Slight. Berlin claims that the British attacked along almost the whole front from Vpres to Loos, five time in succession at one point, and that, while the assailants pen etrated German trenches at a few point Iiesr A ermcllcs, they were for the roost fsrt driven out. Strong French assault n the Tahiire-Souain section of the Champagne also failed, with severe los, it 1 claimed. This i the German account: "While enemv monitor were shelling the coast, near Westcnde (IVlgiuml and the artillery of the enemy sa shelling our position to the north of pre with out succes. the British beiisn an attack behind cloud of smoke and pas over al most the entire front lietween Ypres and I xx. Tin attack failed completely, "At seversl place the smoke clouds flouted into the trenches of the enemy, Only st some small point to the north, east and cast of Vermcllcs were the British able to obtain footing in our firt line trenches. Tbey have since been driven out, for the most part, with band grenades. ! "Five attack of the enemy, made without the tiae of smoke rlond hut with strong forces, against the positions cst of Ilullixh were 1-rjitiWd with se V rrs lossra to th attacker. "South of Angre two mmhine gnn were taken from the etwmv in a counter attack. After the evacuation of e r aitio know a a kW men Xst, ).k b the lrw b4 rrtirte4 on the beiglit east of Soik l.. "0 prisoner remained in our hm!. "Ib the fhamfsigse the !)) m. tinned tlcir ttk oa both i it- of Ta Itite with the most ettreme lnttemeM. Five t'k to 1e south end two attr-ke tn ttie n.irtli of te Thiire-imm roa4 !' w its a -v-r t'wa to t et- t'k". AM'fnpte at F' i tts-k wr tino'W-4 at tie very isutace ty our artd Vtt fre. n I 'tVh txictt a trncfc tf the rt, r'1" lime- wee b' a p j l v a a A message from Falsterbo, Sweden, tingents if Italy's share in the campaign whieh brought the news, adds Jbat an com prises the use of land forces. As other German destroyer and a cruiser, no declaration of war has been made by which were aeeomnanvinir the toroedocd either Italy or Germany, it is reported v , tDeedt.d to the goutllw.,d. that this diplomatic difficulty may be information .; i,. :;t., overcome by sending the Italians either tllgt alI the membt.tt of the destroyer's against iurney or uie vulgarians, or crew wcre ,ost A gh ,ookout fr0m co.t of the sanitation denartment durimr the jten years of building the canal amounted to 20 millions of dollars, al though only three and one-half million were spent for the real work of sani tation, tho prevention of disease. ST. JOHNSBURY MAN ELECTED. Dr. Edward H. Ross President of State Medical Society. Turlington, Oct. 15. Before tho ad inurnment of tho Vermont Medical so ciety to-day, Dr. Howard II. Boss of St, .loliimbury was elected president; Clay ton W. Burtlett of Bennington, vice president; James M. Hamilton of But land, secretary; jC. Vl Dalton of Burling ton, treasurer. Hie lull program was carried out. A feature of the convention 'was an address last night Tiy Dr. William (J. Gorgaa, Hurgeon general of the tinted Mates army, on Sanitation of the Ca nal Zone and Construction of the l'ana ma Canal." General Gorgas told of the days when Havana, Cuba, was an endemic focus be cause of the yellow fever which had ex isted there for hundreds of years and had infected the L'mted iStates for over a century and a half. The death rate of Havana from yellow fever when Gen eral Gorgas began his work there in Feb' ruary of 1901 was from 2,000 to 3,000 deaths yearly. By November of IftOl, there was not a single case of yellow fever in the city and it has been free from it ever since. General Gorgaa went from Havana to Panama in May, 1904, and the last case of yellow fever oc curred in November of 1905 and the whole republic of Panama has been prac tically free from this dread disease since that date. Referring to the cost of the sanitation work which was caried out in Havana and Panama, General Gorgas naid ' that the cost in Havana was about four tenths of a cent per day per capita, while in Pnama, due to administration rea eons, it was about one cent per day per capita. General Gorgas explained at tome lengtli the many things not relat ing strictly to the work of the sanita- ion department at Panama, which were under their control and paid for from their appropriation, so that the both. RUSSIANS AGAIN FORCED BACKWARD j the Danish coast is being kept, but no survivors Have been found. ONE CRUISER SUNK. Have Been Compelled to Relinquish Their Position on the West Bank of the Stripa River. lis Indefinite Report of Battle in Gulf of Finland. Stockholm, via London, Oct. 15. The AftonUadet's frontier correspondent) says says a naval light has occurred near London. Oct. 15. The actual military Porkala, in the Gulf of Finland. Ohm operations in the Balkans show but lit- cruiser is reported to have been sunk tie change since the capture of Belgrade, and another heavily damaged. J lie cor except for brief forways by the Serbians respondent adds that a Zeppelin has and Bulgarians. The Serbians are cling- raided the Finnish coast, causing fires. ins? desperately to the heichtt above Bel grade, awaiting assistance from their al-1 Porkala is a peninsula in the Gulf of lies, which is expected soon. If inland about 20 miles southwest of On the western front the British have Helsmgfors and about 200 miles west gained considerable ground, some of of Petrograd. While no mention is made which subsequently was lost under Ger-1 as tq the nationality of the vessels en man shell fire. paged, it is presumed that if a sea bat Although admitting that the forces of ! tie has taken place it was between Rus General Ivanofr again have been hurled sis a and German warships. The Gulf of back across the Stripa river in eastern Finland off Porkala is the most norther- Galicia, Petrograd asserts the advantage jly point where lighting in the world has still rests with the Kussians, who hold been reported. eight miles of the east bank of the river, MISTAKEN FOR PARTRIDGE. MADE A WIDOW SOUGHT DEATH Mrs. Anna Huntsinger o Brooklyn Took Her Three Daughters with Her LEFT NINE GAS JETS OPEN, ONE BURNING Yesterday She Identified a Body in River as Her Husband's New York, Oct. .15. The bodies of Ysi. Anna Huntsinger and her three daughters, aged 13, eight and three years, were found in their home in Brooklyn to-day. Nine gas jets were open and only one of them was lighted. The po lice believe that Mrs. Huntsinger sought to cause an explosion, as all the doors and windows were stuffed with clothing. Mrs. Huntsinger yesterday identified a body which had been found in the East river as that of her husband, Joseph Huntsinger. COMPARING ROADS. Goy. alter the action which virtually separat ed the Autstro-German armies. Violent actions continue on the Dvinsk front with little relative change in the pour tions of the contending armies. WOMAN KILLED PRES. WILSON GIVES UP HARLAKENDEN HOUSE Will Spend Next Summer in McCall Residence at Elberon, N. J. House Not So Secluded But Larger. Washington, I). C, Oct. 15. President And Her Husband, Thorns H- Howard of Derry, N. H, Seriously Hurt. Derry, N. 1L, Oct. 15. Mrs. Thomas If. Howard of this town was killed am) her htikband was very seriouslv jn lured yesterday when the automobile in which they were riding was in collision with a Worcester A Portland expre train at the Palmer erosaing here. Mr. Howard was rushed to St. Joseph's hospital at Naxhua, where it was found his right leg and arm were badly frac tured and his head severely cut. Inter nal injuries are feared. He is said to Windham Voung Man Received Charge of Shot in Head from Neighbor. Windham, Oet. 15. Charles Jones, 20 years old, is in the Bellows Falls hospital as the result of a hunting accident here yesterday afternoon when Harold Hud son, 14 years old, mistaking the head of Jones for a bird, fired a charge of bird shot which struck Jones in the face and one shoulder. It is feared that Jones may lose his right eye. Jones was pick ing apples on the Warren farm snd Hudson, seeing the young man's head above a fence thought it was a par tridge. The two young men are neigh bors. The shooting is said to be purely accidental. CONSCRIPTION FIGHT ON. WilM.n to-day decided to spend next have slight chance for recovery, summer in -New Jersey, in the former I Mr. and Mrs. Howard had been vmt home of John A. McCail at Klberon. the I "K in Bton and were returning to fst.ite known a Shadow Lawn. Tli their homo here. The auto reached the preKiilcnt was offered the free ue of tlia track just ahead of the train and the house by a committee headed by lU-t- locomotive struck it sqtiarelv, carrying resentatixe Scully, which brought a Ut ter from Governor Fielder. The prei Jei.t inncU-d, however, that be snmild my rent and id if the committee pleased they could give tlie money to charity. President Wilson's decision meiru that he will not return to llsrlak, nd. n b'u-, the residence of Winston Churchill, at ( ornish. New Hampshire, which lie has j occupied every si'inmcr since hi elec tion. The M'all mansion is not so se cluded as HsiUtkenden bouse but is la rger. it l'S feet and throwing it to one side, The train was nuicklv stopped and Mr. Howard was placed aboard to lie taken to the hospital. lr. S. J. Cogswell gave lirst aid and accompanied Mr. Howard on the train. . Medical Referee Dr. L. G. JVarhorn snd Dr. F. A. Tower were called to the -cne of the accident. The refere or dered the body of Mr. Howard removed ANTHRAX VICTIM DIED OF WEAK HEART George F. Stack pole Apparently Was Making Good Progress ia Combat ting Disease Whe Heart Cave Way te the Potscn. badly lie is to the home. The auto was w recked. Mr. Howard i M years old. the propriHor of a box shop here. Mr. Howard wa .)) rear old, wa a ntenilx-r of the Baptist church and of the I. lies' Aid society of that church. Slss leave a daughter, Ixmise, about II years of age. Curxon and Churchill to Make Great Ef fort at Cabinet Meeting. London. Oct. 15. The parliamentary correspondent of the Daily News, as serts that the conscriptionist members of the cabinet, headed by Winston Spen cer Churchill and Karl Curxon, will make a renewed attempt at the cabinet meet ing to force the issue and obtain a deli lute ruling for or against conscription. The romtcriptinnist member believe the Daily New continues, that Fail Kitchener is more inclined to their view than he was a month ago, and they also believe that if the British government should announce adoption of conscription at the present juncture, when a new war is beginning in the Balkans, it would have a striking effect on the military situation. Several liberal memlier of Parliament are urging the government to appoint a committee to invest ijte the eircura stunces under which the ardanrles ex pedition wa begun and the manner in wluih it ha been conducted. It i con sidered doubtful thst the government w ill consent. PENSION APPROPRIATION CUT STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE. W. S. Erwia ef Corinth Hti Gone, No One Knows Whtrt. Fast Corinth, tfc-t. 15. Scores of men have been ftesriliino severs! ttsva f.r Vh!w. S. Krwin. a well known resident of Corinth, who went into the fields near hi house and hs not been seen smew. lie ha a wife and several children. The! reason for his disappearance is not known. He wa ronsi-lrrrd a well to-do farmer. And Interior Department te Have Lew Money Neat Tear. Washinjrton, D. C tki, J.V The tis- tionl iU letise t lan f tlte dmniistra- tw. nllmg lor n eipenditure ia the Gates and 70 Brattleboro People Went to Massachusetts, rittsfield, Mass., Oct. 15. Gov. C. W. ates of Vermont headed body of 13 men and women of Brattleboro, Vt, that arrived here last night on a two days' inspection trip of the roads of western Massachusetts. The object of the trip is to compare the roads of Vermont with those of sachusetts, west of the Connecticut riv er, the country of wettem Massachu setts being like that of Vermont in the nature of hills and valleys, and, to git first-class impression of the Mohawk Trail and Jacobs Ladder. The party traveled in automobiles with a pilot car. After an inspe-tion'of the Mohawk trail, yesterday afternoon, the tourists registered at Maplewood, where dinner was served. It nijl t a net pt ion was held for the Vivmonters nt the Park club President Oeorge Newman of the P'ttsfield board of trade i welcomed the visitors. Gov. Mates, State Highway Commissioner James Taylor, secretary of the Greater Ver mont association, made addresses prais ing the Massachusetts highway. MONTPELIER GAINED 309 IN FIVE YEARS ANXIOUS FOR PROHIBITION Vermont Sunday School As sociation Bespeaks Rous ing Majority in Vermont " ice have been compiled: Tr '"' population of the city taken in UIvGES CONGP..jaIEN iber of this year was 8,105, a gain FOR TJ. S. .? V ' DMENT over the census of 1HU). -Montpe-1 c.v Population Now Is 8,165, According to Report of the City Census Barre Street Has the Most Dense Population, Having 806 People. The census of the city of Montpelier taken tinder tho authorization of the) city council by diaries DeF. Bancroft has been completed, and the following statistics have been compiled: The September of 300 over the census of 1010. Montpe lier became a citv in 1805 and in this . ' . eriod of 20 vears it. lias ruined In tionn-1 - ,5 r i I , nun o.-.jo, which i more uiun iiic :- i - , -r-t i i . . tire population of the town of Jfontpe- convention UeClQea at KlCn- Iier in 1880, when it totaled 3,215. There were only 19 vacant 'houses m the city found, five of theso were unin habitable, five were for sale and five were occupied Oct. 1. There wero only seven vacant tenements Oct. 1. The following Questions were asked. I the census being taken by wards: Num- Kichford, Oct. 15. At a business ses- ber of dwellings in ward, number of fam- sion of the Vermont State Sunday School - Hies in ward, street ana numoer or nouse, association here to-day resolutions were name of person m full, age, place of I , , , . , ... ., birth, state or country, nationality, oc- UU,M u lsvur m pronioi- cupation, if a male over 21 years of age, ll0n Rn(l 'or reterence of a national con- if naturalized, if a soldier of the Rebel-1 stitutional amendment to the states for ion, the company and regiment, and if a ratification or rejection. Th invitation vi-uriun ui in DpamiMi frnm TPatfUWrt iinM ,. TAn A Qn InAO I " " v v.x. W". w vv Vise llAU OinvV houses than at present and there are 548 convention in that village was accepted. more families now. The per cent of The resolutions on prohibition were as gain in houses is 28 2-33, in families follows: "Resolved. That u hnr and . I Or : !.. , : ."It Tl. tiinn.ei 1 ' 1 ;'U.',l d d S'' Z P" a "ty for state- number of persons has increased 020 in wlue pronmiuon a line pons oniuesday, the score of years. . This is the largest I March 7, 1916, which will make an end ford To-day to Meet in Brattleboro in 1916 of the legalized liquor traffic in Vermont; and resolved, That we earnestly request the Vermont representatives in Congress to use their influence and vote for tho prohibition constitutional amendment to FORTY OPTOMETRISTS Met in St. Johnsbury for Semi-Annual Convention. St. Johnsbury, Oct. 15. tort v mem bcr of the Vermont State Optical so ciety met here yesterday "jr the emi annual meeting, which opened yesterday morning in Pythian hall with President Leo Mclver of Newport presiding. Addresses were given by C. J. Cleve L.nd of Rutland on "Transportation of lenses." and bv H. S. Jordan of Rrattle boro. The latter gave a demonstration of the use of trial cases. Editor V. J Itigelow of M. Johnsbury spoke on "Ad vertising," and A. S. Haskins of Nt Twhnsbiiry gave an illiihtratcd lecture on "Light and Color," including pathological changes and iimtnim analysis. The meeting closed last evening with a banquet at which George II. Provin of Manchester, N. H wa the principal speaker, his subject being The Advance ment of Optometry." ORVILLE WRIGHT SELLS HIS INTEREST MONTPELIER. Gives Up Ownership ia Wright Aere- ptane Company te a Syndicate. New York, Oct. 15. Orville Wright ha sold bi entire interest in the Wright Aeroplane company, at Daytn, O, to a syndicate consisting of William B. Thompwn, Albert H. Wiggin. reident of the (lias National bank of New York, and J. Frank Mantiile of the H. W. JoliiiS'Manvill ronipany, arcordmg to anooiinrement made here veterdv. 7 he Wright company. laiih colitrids large ward in the city. The increase in the valuation of real estate ia surprisingly larsre. the valua tion in 1890 being $1,702,230, and now it amounts to $5,008,318, a total gam $3,305,068 for the quarter century. The gain in the grandlist for the same be submitted to the states for ratification period is f43.77o.57. The area of Mont- or rejection. pelier is eight square miles and this The annual report of Rev. C. A. Boyd ives a population of 1,021 to the square of Burlincrton. ueneral secretary, was as miie, anu we gramuisx per caoiia, lsnonows: Number of Sunday schools. 008 Barre street is the most densely popu- schools renortinsr. 479: members. ofTicera lated section of the city, 806 people liv- and teachers, 6,442; pupils, 31,404; cradle ing on inai street rrom aiain street 10 rojl, fl,(i,)4; home department. 6.577: to- the Nabin bridge. Ihe largest population tal enrollment, 20,911. The report show in any one building is the' iianehard a fain over the report of the rear 1014. oiock, coniaining lammes anu no peo-1 Auditions to the churches from the Simple- day achool, 1,004; Sunday schools observ- A score of years ago there were 102 1112 "Decision day." 21: Sunday schools veteran of the Civil war in the city, 113 using graded lessons, 211 in 51U depart 1(1 years ago and at present but 51. Of ments: teacher traininir students. 370. trie l surviving veterans, nve are over jjr. Hoyd lias traveled during the past 50 80 year of age. 38 between 70 and 80, weeks, "l7.007 miles, of which 13,373 has and seven under 70. The average age been within the state, and 2,2.54 in other is 73 years. Orrin Oaiey is the oldest New England states in exchange with veteran, having seen 4 summers, and the other New England secretaries. Tin the two youngest are ( harles I). Mather has given 400 sermons, lectures and ad- and John . Kyan, 67 years. len were dresses, visited 100 cities, towns and vil- born in Montpelier. Mages in the state, attended the county There are 313 persons over 70 years convention of each one of the 15 county of aire in the city, 133 males and 180 orzanizations. conducted district insti. females. There are six that are over W tute toum in sis counties, conducted years of age and all but one reside in community teacher training classes, ward 3. Sirs. .Marmda K. IJortire is the oldest woman, being 06, having been born in March, 1810. The others over 00 years of age are Mrs. Anjreline Oonveo, 94 Mrs. Msrtha E. Wright. 02, Mrs. Anna Knapp. 1H. Mrs. Fsrna Oleason, 00, Jo senh Roope. 93. All-rt Johonnott will be 00 next Janunarv. Of the males over 21 rear of age 1.83d were born in the I'nited States, 747 were foreign-born, 40 are natural ired and 267 are aliens, but 75 of thi number have taken out their first pa pixs EASTERN STAR WORK WAS FINELY GIVEN The kigh )m, fMhH t'lra tesvc to morrow Inwmnjr for Vt. Allans, Here New Yrk. ii. IS. 4orps F. M4i- t. calhrte for an i i-B.lifr fl.. tSer t.y a rstu ra frame vita the ril- pnle, a hum of Kurrhni lttg Island. I twtt fisol tear of me than Mii,ii,r , m4 cdy eW-eii. Tb tcm 4fet- of the patent on aeroplane swured l.o strwkr-a with antlraa seversl for the army, nary and fort ifiitm. vt. A!U here 15 to . jhr '"'He Wntit and bis brother, the day tgn, died in Hs-Herne bpital to- complit-d to-day. Tlss reports of Joseph A. tKwi,lnture ra j la.fd n-1 'te V lilmr I ight. i capitalized at !, day of Issert failure rt-snltn-f from the ntrirt (rriwui mtt lunwU ia ; der stmt last ventre v li'.'.ner 11 I). 1 ni.ii, f.f erbk-b ie mittandinT. p.,!.. ,f tlie d)se. 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((. t t 1.S tS SiOT-V f f"i I 1s 'It k ' 7 S) n-is"t I 1 a ! i .-t ( t -w t-r1 "-!. V-"". ' " - t.- nt -. t4 .--- -iri Vs rx lrt iM"-i'st f r t . -,s-f. f". t ,t. ; -t .a I -s l':w-st.- ! ?"-wrT'J t"- -- ', - - a-- i ti KS jirs t;. frt t ts -k. ts'ate. In mari. t Msj-f '.-r t 5st i ' n J. V !-" we j i-i: ta r'rd i a .I'mi ii i. tV-fv. a . is-sl tr-"ta!'r m" "1 e"tii-1 -nf i irti-! !'. I-rtrn4 K. Ifc-- n- f wrttA -K a4siti sot's - 1 s r- -t ftf I nnk L. I Sri 't. u. At the 22t Annual Meetinj of the Fourth District ia Barre Yesterday After noon and Evening. The 22d annual meeting of district No, 4, O. E. S., was held with Ruth chapter Xo. 3.1, in the Masonic hall yesterday ith a very large attendance. The first work waa a scIkmJ of instruction, which eras conducted by Mr. Nellie M. Smytbe grand lecturer, after which the chapter was opened by Charity chapter, No. 37, of Williams ton. The following grand officer sere in troduced and revived: Mr. I-ur R Cole, grand matron; ("hatle N. Howard Brand patron; KHrard H. lYmitv, as sociate grand patron; Mr. Martha A. Mod.lard. rrand conductres; Mr. Anna A Kxans, asvociate grand c"fi.iiK trsss; Mr, llattie Richmond, pranl chaplain; Mr. Anna M'Bn.le, grand orjramst; Mr. Nellie Fmythe. grand lecturer. The address f w-icome wa by Mr. Flirabcth t,ov. Mr. Mvrtie ltti t Naomi rhaptcr, Nrthfpld. resjiii JcH. Ruth chapter errted a lBii-t t 5.3 o'drxk. At o'chick, the work w e-ip!irifl !y a tu !-1 t-m. conipos of past ma tron and t fistrufi frwi tHe rliaftcr In the ttistrx-t.' The a14.t.'.a. -T1e i.itil mjr l-iff't." toautifiii!y rc.lrd t,y Ruth chptr. The g'nd offi'rt-a sp.l very I icv!y of ti e ik given. The clnsir f t-r m-" r4 the -, -- r"tiu-t-d ll K if J hiv tiaptey. 'o. 77. of NnrtN Viwtf- Iw-r. Tl-i srr u---esfu! O'l r-rt f a'.! l . . i -sr is-r ai tng a on w-r iw flirs-imx oi t : l!trt O'f ;t y (-! i-.trw, Mt At l.w r. ltke f.so.t..'; snd lt'fi Iiptntty raed I' t r" I - :i , Mis rf lUrre. wekly or monthly, in six centers, passed J lln(lays in the held visiting 95 churches and Sunday schools, lie has also attended and s-v.ken at the stato conventions in Maine Massachusetts, and Connecticut, and assisted as one of the committee of management at the North- Held summer school, as one of tiie faculty at the New Hampshire summer school st Dartmouth college, and at the Younjj I'eopie s s ssi-tii hly at .Spring drove. MONTPELIER LEGALIZES BONDS At Special Meeting Vote Wai Nearly Unanimous. Balloting from 11 o'clock in the fore noon until 8 o'clock last evening, Mont pelier voted at a special meetine 607 t' to issue bond for financing the erec tion of a steel bridge on Mate tn-t now under v) afed I7 to 21 to carry out the improvement at the poor farm. The total expenditure will be f."t.Vsi. The bond rre voted at to previous meetings, but each time an oversight made it ncccssarv that anotlier vote should he taken to make the', increase in the iitj's indebtedncM legal. There were txHit twq score voter present at M o'cloik when the ballot hove sere closed, and after the result sa announced tlie third artkle in tli warning, namely, to d.-ti-rmine the time. lace and iiavmcnt and iimlitKns of tto snds. aa voted upon orallv. 1 lii saa merely a form to ls crrnd out, the i-on-(1,1 ions ha vine alrcsilv lt a worked out nd the bon is U'ing sold to the Nations! .ife Inaurance Co. There s-rrr to set of balVta usl. ens fur the poor farm proposition ant he oth'T f"r the Isr i .ge tjucstion, and here sere tl.rw tmxes. IjiiIi be w n charge of to al.lernicn nd ei-Al it-r- n M' Kt-nna has ) .1 i-i,t Ct- iMiIIot. VISDHAM C0CNTY CASE. Tgeed ia Ssprrme Ccert; Aet.?t se ar it (e4 a Enrf. 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