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IB BARRE DAILY TIMES
VOL. XIX-NO. 201. UAItUK, VERMONT, MONDAY, NOVKMRKR 8,- 1915. PRICE, ONE QENT. FRENCH GAIN IN BULGARIA Are Pressing Their Advance to the Northeast of Strumitsa . BRITISH CONTINGENT IS AIDING THEM .Junction with the Serbians Near Prilip Is Thought to Be Imminent $40,000 IN CHECKS HAS BEEN LOST IN MAILS Package Was gent from Clinton, Mass, to First National Bank in Boston and Should Have Reached There Last Thursday Another Bundle of Checks Also Missing.. Boston. Nov. 8. The uostoffice author! tics to-dav are investigating the disap pearance in the mail from Clinton, Mass., of. packages containing $40,000 in cheeks, which should have been delivered to we First National bank here Wednesday or Thursday of last week. A package of cheeks from a Leominster bank for another Boston institution also has failed to arrive, although it is stated it should have reached its destination by this time. Pavment on all the -checks has been stopped. - NEW GREEK PREMIER. , The French are continuing to press their advance into Bulgaria, northeast of Strumitsa, a BrjtiBh contingent aid ing tnem, a aiomtci aispatcn asserts, put the difficulties of the terrain make progress slow. Likewise Paris advices declare that the French forces are fol lowing up their successes north of Phil ip, where a junction with the Serbians on the Babuna range is said to be im minent. ' On -the extreme west of the Balkan front the 'Montenegrins claim to be holding the Austrians near Grabavo, In flicting severe losses upon them in des perate battles. ' The intention of Rumania to remain neutral at least for the present is em phasized from Bucharest. All members of Parliament with whom Premier Bra tino lias consulted have told him they consider the government's course so far correct, it ia declared. A decidedly energetic action by tho entente allies to open up communica tions in the Balkans" is necessary to move Rumania in their favor, advices in dicate. , On the Gallipoli peninsula the Turks claim their artillery successfully at taeked another allied transport and tor pedo boat, setting the transport afire. There has been a cessation of activity on the western front, according to Paris statement. FRENCH TROOPS TAKE IMPORTANT POINTS Commanding Pletvar Past in Bulgaria They Expect to Form Junction Soon with the Serbian Army. Paris, Nov. 8. French troops have oc cupied Kosjak and Babuna heights, which command Pletvar pass, and are expected to effect a junction soon with the Serbian army occupying the north western slope of the Bahuna range, says li Monaetir dispatch to the Matin. GERMAN CRUISER, TORPEDO VICTIM The Small War Veaael Undine Was Sunk Off Swedish Coast But Nearly All Her Crew Wert Saved. Berlin, vU Ixmdon, Nov. 8. A small German cruiser, I'ndine, hat been torpe doed and sunk by a submarine off the Swedish coast, it was officially announced to-day. Nearly all the crew were saved. SERBIAN TOWN CAPTURED. The German! Occupy Kruserac, SO Miles Northwest f Niah. , Berlin, via London, Nov. 8. The Serb ian town of Krunevae, on the railroad about 50 mile northwest of Niah, has been raptured by Onnin troop, accord ing to to-day's official atatement. All the Others are Members of the Zai- mis Cabinet. .' i Athens, via Paris, Nov. 8. M. Skou- loudia, commissioned by King Constan tino to form a new. cabinet, has accom plished the task. All the members of the Zaimis ministry are retained except the premier himself.' rfhe new prime minister has taken the portfolio of for eign affairs. The formation of the new cabinet, it is generally assumed, will delay, if not eliminate the crisis when probably would follow a dissolution of the Chamlier of Deputies by the king. The cabinet is composed of the fol lowing ministers, who took the oath of office yesterday. , Premier and minister of foreign af fairs,, M. Skouloudis. . ; Minister of- public instruction, M. Ml chelidkis. , , , . Minister of justice and Communica tion, D. G. Rhallis, . Minister of interior, M. Counaris. Minister of national economy, M. The otokis. " . . , 1 "' , Minister of war, General Yanakitsas. Minister of marine, Admiral Koun-touriotis.-. , Minister of finance, StepThen Dragoum- is. Besides the premier, M. Michelidkis is . the only new member of the cabinet. The oflice he takes formerly was held J by M. Theotokis, who becomes minister of national economy. , The press urges the advisability of going on without a dissolution of Par liament and new general elections. M. Skouloudis is not a deputy, but is regarded as an able diplomat, known chietly for the part he plaved in the tondon peace conference in 1013 after the Balkan war. He is reputed to be favorably disposed toward the , quad ruple entente. GREAT BRITAIN IS SURPRISED American Note on Neutral Shipping Was Hardly . Expected AMERICAN SHIPPING WAS OVERLOOKED British Apparently Have Been Engrossed in Eu . ropean Problems 'great conflict which la now wasting the countries or Juirope, the United States unhesitatingly assumes, and to the ao coinplishnient' of that task It will do- vote its energies, exercising always that impartiality which from the outbreak of the war it has sought to exercise in ita relation with the warring nations." The note is dated October 21, and ac knowledges the notes of the British gov eminent dated 'January 7, February 10, June Tlt July '.i, July 31 (two , Aug. 13, and a note verbale of the British embassy of Aug. fl, all of which relate to restrictions upon American Commerce. lliu United States says at tho outset that it has delayed answering these notes in the hope that the announced purpose of Great Britain "to exercise their belligerent right with every poasl bio consideration lor the interests of neutrals." and of causing "the leust pos sible amount of inconvenience to per sons engaged in legitimate tradu" would in practice not unjustifiably infringe upon the neutral rights of American citi ena, .' VICTIM OF AUTO ACCIDENT. Joseph Daijneault of Vergennes Became Para! vied and Soon Died , London, Nov, 8. Notwithstanding the ' r , ... forecasts of the American note to Great vergennes, jnov.,b. joaepn uaig Britain, which had been sent from Wash- neault, a respected? and widely known i..rrtnn hv TXvitUh tieum.Hner eorre. citizen of this city, died Saturday at the spondent, surprise is the predominant Fanny Allen hospital 'in Winooakl, where tone of a majority of the JSritish news- h was. tken last Monday to be treated papers in their comment on the doeu- ,u m uu wuiomuuuu ment. I accident the Sunday evening previous. The wiiintrv hn heen too much the acciuent lie suffered a compound wrapped up in consideration of pressing fracture of the left leg aud was rendered European problems during the past few unconscious by a blow on the head. .41 weeks to give much attention to Ameri- 1't, while his injuries were known to ran ooinion. and annarentlv it was not be serious, strong hopes were entertained aware that the treatment of American that they would not prove fatal, but shipping might furnish grounds for se- paralysis of the left side occurred and rious controversy between the two gov- all elforts to save his life were without ernmenta. avail. i Mr. Daigm-ault was born m St. Pie, BLOCKADE IS ILLEGAL fe1'!'.; y iJ. SAYS AMFlRTfAN NOTE risburg. After a short stay in that town AiUX-lXLAll JNU1I- they m)Ved tQ vennisj. where bis whole life has heen anent. Earlv in Secretary Lansing Sent Representations J life Mr. Daigneault entered the employ of hrastus Daniels a. Son, and learned the trade of door, sash and blind mak er, after which he entered the employ of Kendall & Milne as foreman of the shop, where lie remained for t several years. He then became a member of the firm of Fisher, Young 4 Co., who con ducted a general work business aud saw mill combined. After a few years he bought out the business and with Hen ry Miner and Louis Renaud formed the Vergennes Manufacturing company, for STEAM CAUSED .ft - . ' : SCHOOL PANIC Among Pupils of Peabody, Mass., School Which Was Recently Burned 200 CHILDREN RAN . IN WILD FLIGHT One Boy Jumped from Win dow and Received a Broken Arm to British Government Protest ing Against Practice. ' Washington, D. C, Nov. 8. The Unit ed States in its latest note to Great Britain, made public here yesterday, cov ering exhaustive Uritisn interference J with American trade since the beginning of the European war, declares that tiie so-called blockade instituted by the al lies against enemy countries on March 11, is "ineffective, illegal and indefensi ble." Notice is served that the American government "cannot submit to the cur tailment f its neutral rights," and it cannot "with complacence suffer further subordination of, its lights and inter ests. Peabody, Mass., Nov. 8. A cry of fire that ran through the old high school building, where 200 pupils of St. John's parochial Bchool, recently destroyed by fire, had assembled for their studies, to lay caused a panic and a wild scramble for tho exits. There were no fatalities, although 'a boy who jumped through the window was picked up with a broken arm and many lacerations. The pupils were ev idently nervous from their recollection of the fire of Oct. 28, which resulted in a loss of 21 lives. The sight of steam escaping from a radiator caused one pupil to become frightened and a shrill cry was instant ly followed by "a, stampede. The sisters in charge of the school endeavored to quiet the pupils, ; but the . rush had started and there was no way to stop the children until all had reached; the street. THREE INTOXICATION CASES Were Heard In Barre City Court Prepar ing for a Jury Trial. Three respondents replied to intoxica tion charges with pleas of guilty before Magistrate II. W. Scott in city court this morning. John Turley, who was ar retted on Merchant street by Officer Harry Gamble, Sunday evening,' paid a 0o line and costs of $0.35. Jsestor roie- mane of Koxville. who was arrested on Depot square by Officer Gamble Sunday morning, was arraigned for a first oi fense, and paid a $. fine with costs ag gregating SiH.05. Kdward IJcl'orge, ar rested by Officer Henderson on Nortn Main street Saturday night, said he would go to jail in preference to the $15 fine and costs of $8.45 assessed him for a subsequent offense. Preparations have been made for a jury trial in the case of state vs. Mrs. Leonard Bergonr.i, charged with selling liquor in a manner contrary to the gtat utes, and by late afternoon to-day, it was expected, a jury will have been drawn for service Tuesday morning at 9 o clock. Mrs. Berironzi, whose apart ments on Merchant street were raided by the pohco last week, has retained Attor ney A. G. Fay and the prosecution will be in charge of' Grand Juror William Wishart. 200 PINTS OF WHISKEY JUST DEFEATED AND IS SUED AGAIN Merton Doolittle of Brattleboro Ii Now Defendant in 10,000 Action for AI leged Alienation of Affections. Brattleboro, Nov. 8. Charles Lyndc THINK IT WAS MURDER. WIIITLOCK IS TOLD OF GERMAN REGRETS He Wat leaving Belgium Becaaw f Objections t Him fey Ger man Government. Body of Man Was .Found Near River in Springfield, Mass. Springfield, Mass., Nov. 8. The body of Frank Balicki, aged 04, of 68 School street, Chicopee, bearing marks of vio lence and other evidences of foul play, was found by young men in the Connec ticut river, near the foot of Washburn street, yesterday, and neighbors a short distance from the scene reported that thev heard noise indicating a fight sev eral hours earlier. Whether the man was murdered and then thrown in the river or was drowned ftr the attack, the police are unable to say. An autpv was performed bv Medical Examiner K. .1. Mahonev, assisted bv Medical Examiner J. H. C. Gallaher of 'hicopee and Dr. Karol Smolsrvnski of Chicopee. No information could be ob ained, as it vii stated that all findings would be given to District Attorney Clsr enca A. Juleii. Ilia body was found in shallow water about 10 feet from the shore by Julius Sladeofsky of H3 Iiwell trt and Sam uel Dunn of 12S Ixwell vtrcet. It was face downward and part of the bead was expawted. The police were notified and Patrolmen rUnney and Button brought the body hore. Me!ir-1 1.x a miner Mahonev was called. He found that the man had re ceived a blow over the left eye which caused a severe abrasion and in all pmb- bility ctunned him. The eve waa eo. and rlueed and bad bled much. Over the right thigh and on the right and left knee were other severe abrasion. The medieal examiner raid that the body bad been in the water onlv'a few hour. the manufacture of furniture. Alter 0f Guilford brought suit to-day against periou oi years tne piani .was aoia to ins jjerton Doolittle of this town for 10,- Bennington Scale company, Mr. Daig neault being retained a superintendent ubtil about a year ago. He was a member of the St. Joseph's Ambassador Page, to whom the note " 1,1 P- """" l"e. .Til ' FIVE STRIKERS ARRESTED. One of Then It Charged with Carrying a Revolver. - New Ttrk.. Nov. A reult of a I firl 4 1 t en polic and number of 'the 2iX ear rlftm-ri who atrutk rrttrr- That Publish Reporta Made It Appear dar in the Snny.tHe yard ,f the P.tin- ylvtn railrrtad, five Mnktera were ar retted. m on a rharye of rarrjing a revolwr. The ns n are b manning more v.af. AftT the diet-!- ahfut !' ex tra pttlice were twnt to the ari. was sent by special messenger for do livery to the London foreign ofiiee, was instructed by Secretary Lansing "to im press most earnestly" upon the British government tnat tne LniteU Mates it and His Majesty's government be governed not by a policy of expediency but by those istablished rules of Inter national conduit , to uhirlj (;reat Britain in the past lias-held the United Statea to account. when the latter nation wat a belligerent engaged m a struirirle lor national existence." . Declaring the I'nited Statea "unhesi tatingly asKumini;' the task of chain- pinning the integrity ot neutral ricjiu, the note proclaims that the American government will devote its energies to the. task, exercising always an impartial attitude. The note, nearly I5,(si0 words in length, was made public by agreement between the state department and the British foreign office. It rarriee with it a voluminous appendix, eivinff the text of president. He waa also a member of St. Peter s church. For many years he wa a member of the Stevens Hose com pany, He also served on the board of listers. He married Miss Adeline Geror of this city November 21, 1870. llosidet his wife, he ia survived by four sons, John, Frank and 'oi,4,jof 4hi plaee, and Walter of Worcester, Mass.; two daughters, Mrs. A. A. Oliver of West port, N. V., and Mr. Oliver fiarrow of this city; aix sisters, Mrs. Joseph Du buke of Ferrisburg, Mrs. Eugene Bodette of Ijbanon, N. H., Mrs. George Perkette of Keeseville, N. Y., Mra. Adolphus Sor rel!, Mrs. Frank Gee and Mrs. William Cooke of Vergennes. IMPRISONED FOR THEFT. Veimont Man Wat Arrested Promptly After Retain from California. Rutland, Nov. 8. A few hours after he had returned from the Pacific coast, where he fled when he stole IM3 from 000, alleging alienation of affections of his wife. Miss hthel Cutler of Keene. V. H.. recently sued Mr. Doolittle for $12,000 for breach of promise and for services rendered, the jury awarding her $4,000 for her services and nothing on the breach of promise charge. After Miss Cutler left Doolittle's home, Mra. I.ynde kept house for him. letters written by Mrs. Lynde to Doo little, which were intriueed in the Cut ler case, are the basis for the alienation suit, just brought by Charles Lynde. FOUND GIRL IN FLAMES. TVanhmft'm. D. C Nov. Secretary Iwainir aniwuiH-eJ t day that the r man military antW-ta in tMgium eiprewM'd t tiie Am-rWuB m.tfr, Bral tM itkwk. tKir rejr t t.at t1 pubh-bed rt-rirts Itave Ria.te it ef-ir be waa lea'tig fwb-(tn aa t re- au't of f.bjtwt ton of the .n.a g'er tm-et -SNArriJIG" THE DRINKERS. of American naval instructions issued in IKtlU and a summary ami table allowing Kirk M. Bromley of Danby, bia employ hundreds of vessel detained bv British er, last July, Fay Andrews was arrested authorities since the U-ginniiig of tli present war. The botly of the note U divided into 3.) point, dealing with all phaw1 of the coutrabaud qoetiun, aeizurea and d. t n tion. prior t. a well a after the so- railed blockade was instituted, and an- noiiix-ea that a separate communication will be aent non dealing part unUrly with the propriety of th British goern nient to intitule in their Ust of contra band if war certain articlee which have been ao included." In conclusion, after an argument on the Uw and (acts, Seclelaiy Ijiiiking "I IjelieVe it Ita been roniitiivelr liown that the methoda aouiiht to lie employed by (Jreat Britain to obtain and ue ettdeme of enemy destination of ''lf'-i boim.1 f.r neutial iH.ita and to I m (. contraband rharader uisin aucli catgoe are w ithout jn.tific-ation; t! at the Ithx-iade. tin which attt-h mttlnxia are pert'y founded, ia im-ff1ive. illt-gl and indefeBciUlr; tlat t'e jn.li.ial pn cedure offered aa a meana of rnara twin for an international injury i in- l...r. 1 1 - ,1. f . . . , . 1 . .. . ...... - ... , , . i - j i i'viihw: ui tbat in twanv t-aoea iurlxiu-tmn ia a-1 dropped throngh erted in i.'it i .ii tJ tle law of nation The I'mto-I at Ludlow Iri.lsv niirht on a warrant iued by State' Attorney C. V. I'oulin of this city and he pleaded guilty in Rutland county court Saturday to the charge ot grand larceny. .In dye Zed S. Manton aentenced him to aerve not lea than two nor more than three year at the honae of correction. The officer had ben on watch at Ludlow for An drews because bia mother Uvea there. The jury haa completed ita work for the September term. Kleven case were tried and a verdict was reached in each instance. There were eight verdict for the plaintiff and one for the defense in civil ratten and two terdnta for the tate in criminal matter. The verdirta rayiged from one cent to t."16. tlie ag gregate amount awardrd being fll, Passerby May Have Saved Life of Ppult ney Child. Poultner. Nov. 8. Ethel "Mullin, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mra. John Mullin of Broughton avenue, waa terribly burned Saturday afternoon while playing with matches at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Mooney, on Depot street. The child's clothing -waa almost entirely burned away. The other occupant of the Moon ey bouse first learned of the accident when Thomas Roberts, a neighbor, who was passing, saw the blate through the window and upon investigation found the little girl enveloped in flames. He beat out the fire and physician were summoned. The child ia in a critical i Lucv Rvde," Miaa Margaret ( .... conuition. Weie Seized in Raid on Megrath's Drug Store in Montpelier, A raiding party headed by Sheriff Frank H. Tracy and including several deputy sheriffs and policemen visited the drug store of George E. Megrath on State street, Montpelier, around 8 o'clock Saturday evening, armed with a search and seizure warrant issued by State's At torney Fred E. Gleason, and found 200 pints of whiskey in barrels. The liquor found was taken to jail and Mr. Megrath was taken before Judge E. M. Harvey m night city court, where bail was fixed at $550. Bail was furnished by Arthur W. Daley. No date wa set for a hear ing to be held, as Mr. Megrath was not represented by counsel. He was arrested on the charge of keep ing with intent to sell intoxicating liq uor. The drug store has been raided sev eral times before, although not recently. Those in the raiding party were Sheriff Tracy, Deputies H. J, Slayton, Henry Lawson and Roy Gettman and Chief of Police Connolly and Patrolman Sloan. BOY DROWNED IN A KETTLE Two-Year-Old Lost His Bal ance an4.Fellln Head Foremost SIX-YR.-OLD BROTHER TOO LATE IN RESCUE Victim Was Child of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Paquette of Bethel . e, TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN YEGG PLEADED CCILTY. Te 'Charge ef Breaking and Eatering Bbrlitiften Start. Burlington, Nov. 8. Fdward O'MalW, wa caught a wek agn last night ho in Turk tre. into which he bad a akvtight, waa ar raigned in county emirt Sattirdav morn- Mte, therefore, rann4 tn "d pleaded guilty t a charge of Mr. J. M. AnVell and daughter, who have been visiting at the home of Dr. K. . Sprague of Merchant street for a few day, returned to their home in Hrooklield yeeterday. Winthmp, the .Vvear old on of Mr. nd Mra. N. B. Ballard of Trenuwt tre t. aim ha I teen ill for five week with ty phoid fever, ia now reitorted to tie well n the road to recovery. J. Wealey Hoffman of North Vain treet. who ha been enjoying a four week' vacation, a part of which be pattaed in Kentucky, reaumed a four wetka' vacation, a part of which he paaaed in Kentucky, reaumed hia dutiea ia the Jklarrion iigur ntanufa-tory this morning. M'r. and Mrs. Fortes McKenr.ie of Wa- verlv, Mass., are passing several days in the city as the guests of 51r. and Mra. James S. Milne of Liberty street. Paul Monti left the city last evening for hia former home in Quincy, Mass., where he is to make a visit of several davs with relatives. A quarryman named Rodney Campbell fell a short distance at the E. L. Smith &. Co.'a quarry this morning while trav eling on a grout box, but was not seri ously injured. The man lives at Mrs. Allen McKenrie'a and has been a resi dent of Graniteville many year. The Sunday evening congregation at the First Presbyterian church taxed both the auditorium" and the gallery, the oc casion being the econd of a aeries of sermons on "The Ixrd's Prayer," by the stor. Rev. Edgar (Yonsland. Mis Bella Cantlev and George F. Mackav eang a duet. "The Lord Is My Light." The ladies' union of the I'niveraalist hureh will hold a meeting next Wednea- lay afternoon at 2 o'clock in tlie church veatrv to make apron for the tming winter carnival, to be held Nov. 17, IS nd 19. All member and their friend re invited to come and bring something or the picnic supper Not a Man in the House, a farce which the women of Pocahontaa circle are to preaent Friday evening, the second ght of the Red Men a fair, in Howiand all. baa been cant aa fullows: "Mr Mariah Bing." Mra. Rose Inglia; "Mi rle; "Je- aie Rov." Mra. Margaret Bird; "Aunt Belinda." Mr. Nellie Bianchi; "Kate," Miaa Annie Anderson. Rehearsal for tlie prcaentation are being held regularly. The Italian Athletic club held its an nual meeting and election of officer yes terday. The following officers were ehoa en to aerve for the new year: IVeaidcnt, I'gd Monti; vice president, A. Fare; aec retary, G. Pinardi; treaaurer. Antonio Broggi; haaehall 'manager, Angeln Jl't- tiggi; assistant manager, Antonio Broegi. The club voted to hold ita annual ban quet in the near future. Tlie management of the oprra botie, under great expense, baa made arrange ments to show the great dramatic pic ture apertarle, "!amon and Pjtbias" tlte Bethel Nov. 8. Clarence Pan n rv.wl n.. .r i..n , . ,U:.J Mr. and Mrs. Eli Paquette v-v' .ned Saturday noon in a la" of cold vater used for we Sv''k and sit uated buck of " ..' Ihe little bwev been standinc on the ground, placing in the water and lost his balance and fell in head fore most. Having missed tho child a few' minutes, the mother was hastening to a brook which runs near the house, when the firstborn child, Joseph, aged aix years, went around the house and, find ing Clarence, in the watering kettle. quickly pulled him out and then called his mother. The little fellow was apparently dead, but she telephoned at once for physi cians, Dr. L. A. Russlow of Randolph arriving in about 15 minutes, Dr. O. V. Greene and several neighbors about tb! same time. The doctors worked two hours over the little body, but no signs of life appeared. The parents, who came a year ago from Massachusetts, have the sympathy of all. The burial was in the Catholic cemetery at Randolph this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. M. S. O'Donnell officiat ing. There are two older children and ono younger rhild. The father was return ing from Randolph when tho accident oc curred and reached home in a few minutes. DISCUSSED SINGLE TAX. Ministers' Monday Club Held Interesting " Session To-day. The Ministers' Monday club held iU regular meeting in the parlor of the Hed- ding Methodist church in Barre to-dav. the president. Rev. Ivan II. Benedict of Montpelier, being in the chair. Devo tional exercises ware conducted by Rev. E. F. Newell of the Hedding church, after which a paper was presented by Rev. Ivan II. Uenedict on Salvation by Taxation. It was-an able presentation of the tingle tax question. A discussion followed, in which all took part. The following clergvmen were present : Revs. J. W. Barnett,"E. F. Newell, J. B. Reardon of Barre. Ivan II. Benedict', L. O. Sherburne, L. C. Carson, J. I. Taylor and E. C Kenney of Montpelier, A. Ablott of Williamstown. Clinton Scott of North- field, Frank Blomlield of Berlin, the sec retary, and Ariel Belloudi, a viaitor from Haverhill, Mass. RABID0U CASE NEXT. Northfield Man. Charred with Man slaughter, to Be Tried in County Court. The caae of State va. J. P. Rnhidou of Northfield, charged with manslaughter aa the result of an automobile fatality which occurred on tit Barre road near the car harna last spring, will be taken up in Washington county court this afternoon or to-morrow. Attorney Gen eral H. ti. Barber of Biattlchoro arrived in. the city Saturday to assist State's Attorney Fred 1- Gleaaon in the prose cution. Court reaumed business at S o'clock this afternoon, after the reee taken Saturday noon, and argument were commenced in the cae of State v. Haf- fecle Mastriami. initering an officer. TERRY SUTTON. Wedding Took Place at Home ef the Bride To-day. A quiet wedding tk place this morn- torr of the rreatt-at loe. in tlte Optra"1? " bouae for one nifht only, Thursday. Nv. j ttt on Hill atrct. when their da ugh- It ia in Ave .art and i the orodu.- er. r.iiraitcin, waa nnneti in marriage I tion of the Cniveraal Film Co. ter. one of Vuincy II. Perry. He v. t-eorge H. their beet offering. The picture ha heen recommended by all tlie large lodge Bait inert k Obi Railroad Take Revel Mean a-f Getting Evidence. l.raftfm. W. Vi, Nov. .-- I t-ttv-a. arciiMg with earner, are taking .'wt- lle wa aaeared tht the t.-ni (-"'I'1'' .if n.rv nti.i'if tl t:r l'!tt it 'xtt t rft.-I bta 4frtre. n,we 4 ki r h'Hti a-n rir.tikiftg a'- titr VAffl-a ! f r"in Amt"V- e..h..iM- 1 1-4 )-. A tnn-ty f fnpMy- (Usi n W'r .jneiy for a wratwn, due luve lt It 4. Ylhiky a a t fl beahh. !f't ad tt t it;u.J ).aa ) .r.'. I. te4 ,y I. 1 re'. f fiw-4- v-wl nitr;it e4 I le rnn d atibmit to the curtailment of ita neutral breaking and entering the store. He r. -(, bv t hee mt-aeure. hh are a4 ! retnandH tt jad y Jti Ige Mile t mittedly rt'.t ry. and therefore ille-j bia aentence later during tb gal. 1) t.i t and ia iiature. and in- ,? retit t-rt of cmrt. The raae againrt I. ... ... . 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Vw-y f te new I t r-n ..-j j.,r. fnr-i. m4 a I t litfrV-T l" ly the Tow Xta is ITakapry. f! 1 -e rr e e-- iff ln pn t'-- .-.,, im.f .r-r, f-a V,fM tttt-d ' !k n 7 tt'Mie- ('' tia if l.j I .. t 1 if n r ai f 1 11 ,4 e, it ' , g k l-e j.., te c t4 ft' 4 t t-e a-'rirf e t.NTt- rm t .. t n ot ' g 4 tea t l a.' : r t r t tte-l-e h- tf.ii W m t;t -a i p H ff--'t (si-.m r r- t-t t- f t Vt-'ft - - f IK'te bt r" t n- tit l 1 -jti r t- . wt et,t". 4-. 1 ft f--i- a rs;r-r i i1 5-d n? f ' "1 I teV f-f f- l-t-l tf & r-.e- . 1 '.wr I rt y hj g-w - t a ar " t-- r t " -tt ' tr-af t j , ! ! t I. !..- trU vere t:na "ected Iv tU-m. t-tit. w ing -". tt nrn4 t atift tntltttf auborc n Mti -f itt rtgl ta ,'( iM-rt to te i ttt t'-e ev- rm-H tttal r-f ! ! t-ti .t ! t f- 4 i-f! I e retiore tn ja. ;t - ret 'n af s i-al fa1i ' ! " f t tf t ' -t-a .4T!m. Xn ittftt ft'-t etrf?t t-;-m tiMt a -?-t- rrTnslt 1 1 t t Htet Itw.et tt.tl the re ,t"" 9mt tt M I! t 't.t -.ft,a t -"terrtMl t t a f '.sr A rx :n-v. A ty t!e etat-ieW4 riW- ir-.stt r-t'!i 1- -vt. tl-fk '. f- t-e t t .t V hU I e n a 1 1 ! t Nearly 2fl member and friend of the member of the IVmaerord football lub)f th. Knight of iStlu. wboe order gathered at the U orthen ball Saturday j.pning from the ator'y on w hn h the pic night and n)oyed a dance. The pmceeda . tre ia founded. from the ticket dd were to go toward J WilliaiA Milne rrtnrned to the ritr helping an ill member. Nearly l' j Saturday frm an ettended tw.iiwa trip waa realised from the affair. A very en- Ithrmigh the middle wftrn atate. M. )nyhie time w a paaaed in dancing, and Milne m one of tlw ot n.tat ic liarre gran re f re men la were aTvwI. 1 ttUe piarni'a.t iirer w h are predict iitg a J. Sbadmui, the Smith Main etrettlj,,, ift trf order f.ir tle legtnwing of grocer, recently veer I ted a Wtter from I'tbr new V-r, whew ln!tltrml opera riend in NtTia which bting rt band tm ia fbe Itarre granite twit, it fre- mrornkaiina 01 I lie atinertng aa.i hriniin . ratf-d. Will take m a tin"tifa ait- h tlte fteoj.le f that iiitry are 1 nearcm tA tn t v for w idw ;i.t r. llw t Ba lnn'lerirMtiir at the tin a lit time. Part mmit ti ei.f .4 t tnu t.'F.i I 1. S !r arordmg tn ' f .ir rvrtr tmcr of the Utter Ita re 1 i , ,t.i r7 l:.t,MU'i nM.U,a 1 llolt pertormeit tlie remony. 1 lie oroia waa attrniied by Iwr cnisin. Miaa Nel lie Woodruff, and the groom by h.a Is-other. t onrtland Perry. Mr. and Mr. Porry left immcliately for a short trip. n tlteir rrtini tb-y wtl reside at 14 Wellington street. MAH HURT I.f FIGHT. . at-temena. ins erne w w. t ,t t,y fie. Nit et.igh re- ' rapidly tsnnf em.,-l.4i.' r"" a-'"" ,r" " '?lT"i.;m.w. to make tbe har.boVip. that re.4v f.r o.ti.i-rev br He. w, 1 w taken tip later. CITT HOSriTAL ROTES. frank Franefaa Kerefrrd Cuts, Themas Maki Arresteti. t1.rgl with astMiult w rt h a oatgev ! weapon wrth intt-nt tt ki'l. Thtma Maki waa arra gned l--(tre .1 n.t tr-e A. ('. IekT at lot Hmm- tl,;a nxrt-trug and 1 I 1 . . -. . . 1 .1 ... . . L. . . a""1 " , . t -.i 1 tii.l. i 1 M'tft.iBt wwv -Tta. 1 ti ,,,r- ithe oat iw m atifermg tmrter tlie rule of .if t nunbiiierv W.T1 bare lie-n -ntU'l'd Itlj. Itirk. o meti of fcH'fr of anv , r ti.t te. and t !. t.mfi i'.I t rnxft i " , kief or of men kn-d in Natll ia al t ftr e a f-trtr t fttiri!. at t- at a W '" .("?: Iml- lttt.e r I) f. ,rtel ttf Fitt ftarre tt- ' f tt-d tt an peritn tlo -i.-m M-r r"i miw tf ia aft-n at repttrt eij to W art-'4 'tr an ear'r rtt'terv. I V- V.(i ViW of r!,m"w tr. t,M-rett a opt-ratf at t ' bna f. ftl f "trr ttki agt. wat able to retutl hn vetTiar. 'r. l-m ..f t atvt ,.-t, tted tm mm op er! -tie-'tr 1"" at4 re-p.-tii t 1 f.tttnrg Mill l.ttl 'l t- tov Vra -fer l ' ! tl e tt . V ,.t. W"-t '1-f t tnlt g-. ! at alt- " rfi" tt K'f htm tt,-t.f - I.rtted to pwaa Hie eewaor. en V. Ma- t.fl in "M a t the fate rd dnni many ef ht frewla. Eaascinattpe at We?pelier. 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