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THE BARME DAILY TIMES
VOL. XIX-NO. 212. BAltHK, VERMONT, SATUJIDAY, NOVEMHKIl 20, 1015. PRICE. 0X13 CEXT. MONASTIR HAS FALLEN London Is Inclined to Accept Unofficial Reports of Reverse ALTHOUGH ADVICES THROW DOUBT ON IT Serbian Troops Are Said to Be Retreating in Good Order An Athfma disnatch to London, filed yesterday, casts some doubt on the un official report that Monastir is in the hands of the Bulgarians. The dispatch reported a Serbian advance at Monastir. London, however, accepts the report of Monastics fall as probably authentic. The situation with the Serbian army is less serious than most reports have Indicated, according to persons recently at the front. A London news agency dispatch from Athens states- that the troops are declared to be retreating in in perfect order and to have retained their modern artillery virtually intact. A desperate battle on the Carso plat eau, in which the Italians succeeded in capturing an Austrian position and in retaining possession of it although once driven out and afterwards violently at tacked is the report by Rome. The Ital ian guns continue to sweep the Austrian defense of Gorizia in an intense bom bardment. Comparative quiet prevails on the western battle front, the Paris report. mentioning only artillery exchanges and grenade fighting. The Italian official report states that the Austrian air raid on Idme result ed in twelve deaths and 27 wounded. In the air attack on Verona four were in jred The German war office officially an nounces the capture of 2,800 more Ser bians. The weather seems to have intervened against Russia. Little activity is report ed except the retirement of the Rus sians to the east bank of the Styr in Ualicia. In Courland wet weather in the swampy district has evidently brought both sides to a standstill. BIG LUMBER DEAL. YALE -XORCA VCTORv!lTALIAN SHIP BEING CHASED On the Other Hand, Harvard Backers Did Not See How Their Favorites Could Be Beaten Betting Favored Harvard. , Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 20. Anxiety felt during yesterday's downpour to the weather conditions for tho Harvard-Vale-Harvard football game to-day were dissipated when the sun rose In a clear sky with fresh west winds blowing across the field. Fifty thousand enthu iasts are expected at tho stadium and Vale followers are confident that they will either gain a victory over Harvard or that there will be a scoreless tie. Har vard backers failed to see how their favorites could be beaten. The betting to-day was ten to eight in favor of Harvard. 19 SPECIAL TRAINS. Carried Harvard-Yale Football Enthu siasts from New York. N'ew York. Nov. 20. The last of 19 special trains, carrying, it is estimated, 15,000 persons to the Harvard-Yale game, loft to-day over the New Haven road. Throughout the nitfht specials loaded with football enthusiasts left the Grand Central at short intervals. The Steamship Verona Re ports Large Submarine Is After Her ATTACKING VESSEL HAS TWO PERISCOPES The Ship Was Bound for New York, According to Wireless NEARLY 90 YEARS OLD. Madrid, via London, Nov. 20. A tele gram received to-day gives a wireless message, said to have been sent by the Italian steamship Verona, saying she is being pursued by a largo submarine witn two periscopes, accompanied by a steam er. The Verona was off Cabolalo. The telegram came from tho town of Soller, on' the island of Majoroa, in the Mediterranean, off the Spanish coast 110 miles south of Barcelona. BRISTOL MAN KILLED IN FIERCE STORM Sidney B. Grant Was Struck By Timbers of Falling Shed and His Body Was , ; Found By His Wife. Bristol, Nov. 20. The terrific wind storm which swept over this section of Vermont last evening cost the life of one person and did considerable damage to property. Sidney B, Grant, who lived at Bristol Flat, was killed. He left the house at 6 o'clock to do some outdoor chores and when he did not return his wife went out and found him dead under some timbers of a shed that had been blown down. ' Mr. Grant leaves his wife, two sons and one daughter; also a brother, Irv ing Grant, of Ycst Rutland. Throughout this section much damage was done to property, the loss running into hundreds of dollars. BOY FEARED PUNISHMENT. The Verona was scheduled to sail from Genoa on November 9,, touching at Na ples the 10th and Palermo the 11th on her way to New York, No word of her sailing, however, has been received in this country. ANCONA'S ATTACKER WAS NOT GERMAN 2,000 Acres of Heavily Wooded Land In Rutland County Sold. Rutland, Nov. 20. A real estate deal which runs into big figure and which spell prosperity for the towns of Pawlet and Danby with the location in one of the towns of an industry to employ 2.1 or more men, was completed in this city yesterday when former Public Service Commissioner Park H. Pollard of Proc- torsville and .lohn Wilmoth of Ludlow j Mrs. Maria Carroll Was Oldest Resident of Waitsfield. Waitsficld, Nov. 20. The funeral ot Mrs. Maria Carroll was held here Fri day at 1:30 p. m. at her late residence. Thevofflciatinir clcreyman was Rev. C. M. Redstone, pastor of the M. E. church, ot whicn Airs, t-arrou was iuc"h member and most earnest and faithful worker. Interment was in the family lot hi Irasville cemetery beside her hus band. The bearer were Guy Boyce of Proctor, Merton Johnson of Duxbury, lVrley Boyce of North Fayston and P. B. Gay lord of Waitsfield. Mrs. Maria Carroll . was born Jan. 24, 182H, and would have been 00 years old had she lived until next January. She was the daughter of Jacob and Eunice (Farrl Bovce of Favston and was one of five girls in a family of ten children, all of whom, excepting one sister, are deceased. February 9. 1848, she mar ried Lawson P. Carroll, who died Jan. 4, 1889. Their married life was spent in Waitsfield, and they made their home on the farms now occupied by Chester Dana and Henry Dana in Irasville and the Fred Carroll farm. They -were the parents of two sons, George, who died Nov. 16, 1891, just 24 years before bis mother's decease, and Fred C, with whom she made her home. For the last two years Mrs. Carroll had been an invalid and confined to the house. Last April she was critically ill with pneumonia and since then had been confined to her bed. with generally fail ing powers and old age. At the last, bronchitis set in and the end came Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 16, at 4:30 o'clock. The funeral was largely attended, in spite of the pouring rain, and the beau tiful floral tributes expressed the high esteem in which the deceased was held in the community. Among the floral tributes were a wreath from Proetor, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Farr, Ran dolph: ro l,it-.t, . at niv Frank Palmer of Wil- ! a-i - - ,. t- -i k T i i n,.m..n.. ff Tl,.r. I.. ... . . , . omit nower. urrs iiii inn ti!iii"nii,n,,., ....... t, itai vvatcrmirv; t.uiao Jtossi, Jiaiy, That Seems To Be Proven By the State ment of Italian Foreign Office and By Austria's Acknowledge ment. Washington. D. C, Nov. 20. The Ital ian foreign office has notified the Ameri can ambassador, Thomas Nelson Page, at Rome that it has no reason to believe that the submarine which sank the liner Ancona with the loss of several Ameri cans was other than Austrian, This, with the Austrian government's acknowl edgement of the act, clears up the last possibility that the submarine might have been a German boat. WATESBCRY APPLICANTS. For Citiienship Were Given Opportunity Yesterday Afternoon. Clerk Fred S. Piatt of the U. S. dis trict court left for hi home in Rutland , lust evening, after a four days', stay in ashington county, sessions of natur alization court having been held in four places. Barre, Montpelier, Northfield and Waterbury. Court was held in the last-named vil lage yesterday, there being ten appli cants for the final papers and four ap peared to take out the first papers. The So Howard Raymond Slashed His Throat with Rasor. Middlebury, Nov. 20. Howard Ray mond, an 11-year-old boy of Brooksville, was brought to the Addison county jail Thursday afternoon by Deputy Sheriff Edward Iliggams, after he had attempt ed to commit suicide with a jack-knife, which he borrowed from his sister, His throat is badly 'bruised from the sawing of the knife, which wa very dull. The young boy gives as the reason for his act that the teaclier of the school he attended was to punish him after school because he did not have his les son, and he was afraid to meet her. Since the death of his mother six months ago, he has lived with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone. His aunt found him back of a shed near the house and called George Khedwick, who was passing, and he got the knife away from the young boy. . - $15,000 FIRE AT BENNINGTON. Brush and Mirror Plant Destroyed and 50 Hands Out of Work. Bennington, Nov. 20. A loss of about $15,000 was oecasioned and 50 hands were thrown out of work by the burning of the Arthur A. Payne brush and mirror plant here, yesterday. The building and idant were insured for $10,500, but the loss exceeds the protection by between $3,000 and $5,000. A considerable por tion of the los was in the destruction of finished work, of which there was a large stock on hand. RIFLE BULLET HIT SHOULDER Paul Nelson, Aged 13, In jured, While Hunting Near Northfield HE RESTED MUZZLE BENEATH ONE ARM Young Companion Is Said to Have Fooled with Trig ger Supposed Locked DEATH OF M. VALLELY. Northfield, Nov. 20. Not suspecting danger because he thought the safety guard on the weapon was locked, Paul Nelson, aged 13, idly watched a com panion fooling with the trigger of a rifle, the muzzle of which rested under his armpit, while the boys were out on a hunting expedition this morning.. The gun went off, and that young Nelson Is alive is due to the fact that the muzule happened to be pointing at his shoulder rather than at some vital part 01 is body. As it was, the bullet tore a fur row in his shoulder and the powder burned the flesh considerably. Young Nelson, who is the son of Mrs. Fred J. Dole, went out with James Neil son, aged 11, and George Mathewson, aged 12, to look at some traps which Fred Dole had set at a place about nan a mile from the village. The boys car ried along a 32-20 rifle They amused themselves for a time by shooting at a tree and then desisted, Nelson resting the butt of the rifle on the ground and allowing the muzzle to come under his left arm. Young Mathewson, it is said, began to fool with the trigger and Nel- c.n ,lwl nrtf t.atf aorinna attention he- BM 14 V 1 ' .- J " ' " " . cause he thought the gun could not be discharged. But he was mistaken,, ana the weapon went off. The other boy then gave the alarm and the Nelson boy was brought to his home in this village. Dr. W. B. Mayo was called to attend him. After dressing the wounds, the physician expressed the opinion that the boy would recover in due time, as the bullet merely tore through the flesh. "DADDY" WAS AMUSING. DENTIST SHOP SCENE OF FIRE Dr W. K. Mackay's Suite in Aldrich Building W" . Badly Damaged i: WilOLE STRUCT cE WAS THRFfENED Former Granite villa Stage Driver Passed Away Suddenly. Michael Vallelv, for several years a stasre driver between Barre and Granite- ville, died suddenly in East Barre FriiUy morning at 7:04 oclock. Mr. aiieiy had been in his usual health, the end comimr w ithout anr iwrrniiig. Death was flue to neart Oiaease. ii remains were , ait , ah. 1200 lo m - . . , 1226 DEER IN FIVE DAYS. Washington County Leads Vermont with 264 Slain. Lyndonville, Nov. 20. Commissioner Titcomb had received up to 6 o'clock last evening reports showing that 122ft deer had thus far been killed during the Fire Worked Downward into J. Ward Carver'? Law Office , There Weio Also Other Entertaining Fea tures, at Newman Club Bazaar. Dramatic., song and poetry of motion as exemplified by eight little girls, to say nothing of the rythmic poesy that was demonstrated when the oldsters got to dancing after the entertainment num bers, wore features of prime importance in tho bazaar which opened in Howland hall lust evening under the auspices of the Newman Dramatic club. It was, the first undertaking of its kind to be at tempted by the club and the attendance which marked the beginning of the fair augured well for the patronage at the food salo this afternoon and again this evening. To begin with, members of the club were in their very best element in "Dad dy" an amusing three-act. farce, for un til it was proven entirely beyond tue neradventure of a doubt that the club thespians could go beyond the bounds of their chosen avocation by staging a suc cessful fair, they were well content to rest on the laurels won in, several su perior local talent plays produced in Barre in years past. .1. Henry penning had in hand the work of training the participants, and with a piece most ca pably cast it followed that "Daddy" was bound to please. In the cast were the following : John Jordan, Miss Jeannette Granger, William Noonan, Blanche White, Maurice White, Kicliard White ana miss Mary McCarthy, Maurice White and Miss McCarthy carrying two roles to their credit. Eight little girls in a fancy drill con tributed one of the most pleasing parts to the entertainment. The snow man in a cleverly executed drill was Miss Irene McDonald, and others taking part were: Lillian Papin, Pearl Gcrrard, Madeline Hennes, Gladys Grogan, Helen Kickham, DeLoris Glynn and Celia Glynn. The drill wa arranged under the direction of Mrs. G. yv, Gerrard and the participants were trained by her. A double quartet figured in the third part of the program and to them as well as to Sister Margaret Mary of tho Con vent of the Sacred Heart is due no end Racimr to the fire station. Mr. Bovea of credit for one of the most enjoyable j aroused the regular firemen, who w'ere soon speeding toward the fire in the auto truck. Dense smoke and flames were coming through the third-story windows when the firemen arrived, and it was with difficulty that they were able to make their way to tlie dental suite. Apparently originating in a corner where the dentist was- accustomed to do his perald, Mildred Fitzgerald, Rosamond i laltfiratory work, the fire had worked its Markie, Teresa Carroll. Stella Cook, Fred-1 way through the floor into the ceiling of erica Landers, Mildred McGue and Mr. Carver's law office tyi the second Fire of uncertain origin early to-day threatened the destruction of the Aldrich building at the corner of Elm and North Main streets. The principal loser is Dr. W. K. Mackay, in whose dental suite tho fire is believed to have started. Losses on the building, inclusive of fire and smoke damage in Dr. Mackay's office and Dr. II. -S. Carver's office on the third' floor and J. Ward Carver's law office in the second story aggregate $500, while Dr. Mackay estimates that his personal lusseB wm approximate $a,auu. insur ance on the building is carried in the McAllister 4; Kent agency, in the G. H. Pape agency and in the J. W. Dillon agency. Equipment and furnishings in the dental office were insured in the Mc Allister & Kent agency, for $1,500. O. W. Bovea was leaving his tailor. shop in the Boyce block around 12:30 o'clock this morning when be saw smoke pouring from windows in Dr. Mackay's office on the North Main street front.. contributions to the entertainment. The girls in the double quartet sang "The Oars Are Plashing" in splendid voice and were repeatedly encored. Those who heard them on the occasion of their ini tial appearance will be glad to learn that they are to simr airain this evening. The singers are: Misses Kathleen Fitz- France Nelson. Miss Lorame Loranger wss very ingenuous in her accompaniments. Good taste is reflected all along the floor. John Daniels, janitor of the block, was awakened and while the firemen were endeavoring to smother the flames above with chemicals, the janitor and brought to Barre last evening mark was not reached until Perry A Noonan , mortuary chape! on rs. ( M h d of t,,e m,mber rf ,H.t square until tl. futtnil. ported this season, 62S are buck an probably le lield m St. Monica church . Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The par ish priest. Rev. P. M. McKenna, will be ... . i l M . 'lull following appeare.i ana were graniea i!tl, V.ffk'jniing rorgvman and interment firt eit tii'imhin tinners? h.rnct A. .loval. 1 .. . , V. ladies' aid of the M. E. ( V,,i Waterbury Burton J Allen ? I'"1 , T T V , ' C Frsnk Palmer of Wil- ."' ... .u "V. " a '-J " Pkley street, rriend. are requested to bert Johnson. v aieroury ; carnations, .- . h . Montpelier cousin. Annlimnt for flio eeoond nsner wer t . . . . Ml I --II " 'SI I SI Those attending from out of lown i(1i.n Arklev. Canada. Mnrrtown : .lames transferred 2.f00 acre of heavily woonea . - "T. . V ' , t Z '"'""r. rnuann. aiermiryj r.rnrv j ,,,,111,,. iu,!,.ra brothers of llr 1. trcton. '""""i "-'-. k. Mmrslmrv. lanaiia. .Moreiown; .au- Me. Saunders brother are manufacturer ..t .t. ...... I.. ig nraefSllv all of the 16,0.10,001! feet of h.rd wood ! "bury i Orrin and Lester Hills, Merton vhUl. it is estimated i. standing on the I Johnson of Duxbury; her ,ueee, Mrs. timber lot. The eomp.ny' operations red Long and husband. Mr. AI"r will prohablv etend over a 10 year pe-and Mr. Sarah Kathsn of War- riod. The growth of white and yellow ren birch on the property 1 said to tie of ot iToclorj ner niece, . mf.. eri.K-. K KimrKburv. Canada. Moretown; A"- tr ,.rlr 3" vears and and daughter. Mis. frothy, of Proctor; t Keene. Rus.i.. Duxbury; John S. ".jnt of Ba "e Town , her niece. Mr. Bert Riford. of IW-; u ,tnnU w.trrburv ; Levi Turner . ,,7 t?'e I stse b!u , tnrsville; Mrs. Herbert Johnson oM at Mow,, Kr.nk lit.kv.H. Can.-; ZM, Mr. Valhdy wa lsirn in Ireland 77 vesrs ago and came to America at the I sge of 2S. He settled Immediately in ermont and wa located for a year in He resided in Gratilteville for nearly 32 years and wa a well known For eight year en thi ritv and the finest quality to be found In the state. The amount paid by the new owner l not stated. Saunder brother sell a large part of heir output to a large toy concern at Portland. Me. It i expected that cut tinir opertioti will begin at one and WAS DESIGNER OF MONUMENTS. 0. vtnir relatives are is. Stowe; Luit'i Cordor.i. Italy. Wat -..,. Hii..!it..r. am! one son. as follows: erbnry; Luipi Biamhi. Italv. Wsterbury; lArT(l M j fotiKhlin. Mi Katherine Gaetani Chioldi. Italv. Waterbury. ! Vallelv and Mr. I.. K. Willian. of Gran- New week court will I held in Bur- , :., mj Mr. F t William, who re-1 14 hunting re d 5!S are does. The four counties In which the larg est numbers have been taken are Wash ington leading the list with 204, Wind ham next with 2.10, followed by Wind sor 132, and Rutland 114. The figures covering these four counties include both bucks and does. line of booths in. the north end of the! helpers were moving cases of valuable hall. There one may purchase a wide j law books in the second story. Costly variety of fancy article, more staple 1 equipment, including an X-ray apparatus sundries and refreshments, along with I in Dr. Carver's suite, adjoining the den- teddr bear novelties, etc. Mrs. E. J. ,tal offices, were directly-in the path of Owen and Mrs. Albert O'Keefe are pre-(the fi-e and had the discovery of the, sidina" over the handkerchief booth while 1 blare been .postponed a. few moments, it the fair i in progress and the fancy- lis probable that the loss would have been work counter is in charge of Mrs. F. much greater. Henry Brown and Mrs. John tarroll. Inasmuch i QUICK EMPTYING OF SCHOOLS. SS0 Pupils Vacate Mathewson Building ia 71 Seconds. The prartice of having fire drill ha hn kept up in the nine ohool building of Barre since the ojiening of school last fall, and the children are adapting them selves to condition of posaible emergen cy in such a manner mat me innjj'-i- Imgton on Monday, (.mniteville, Tuesday .ilu c-.ti, Vain street, tliis e tv. .. .1 ... k..;i.i;., mi ... I V. 1. UJ..t. ..... .- , ... ., - !"" lasen ... i.---. -. ........... MASONS AT MONTPELIER. The annual meeting of the sixth Ma aonic district, held at Montpelier yeter W. Lewis, Well Known Barre Man, Died Last Evening. At A o'clock last evening o-iirrel the death of Othello Whitiner Iewi. one of Barre' older citizen and a man long . I.. !.,.., f.-nr. f r1f.I 'M trt ... .1 t I..... I k "'" ! - ,.),! . i.mt th. I , ... . iday sfternoon and eenmg, e!I at - - - l.ianuarT ial, or mmm tiixnrn " " , . . . 1 I 1 J . . 1 . . V.. " MONTPELIER. 4 Rriu.nv derliiwd In be.Ith. j Mr. Ii'a born at Tiffin. O.. May Woman's Club's Tfcankigiving Ban Held 2, l.-,o, and hi. early life wa ped in Last Evening. J Marion, O. A a yming man be showed Woman", club held the annual amsi.c .......y anu ,...,. and Daniel allele of New Haven. ronn.!., . ,:.. .n(t one half. Thi Two si.ters. Mr. Vin.rd of Hyde Park,w r,iring new in the people of and Mr. Jame P-k of Morriaville, arejnarr, Mrtieulsrlv. of course, to the par ulixi l-ft. Hi wife' demise occurred'..- - .1 '- - ..i Sixth District Held Annual Meeting Sue- J., yr, ,po, " th.t mu,h cessfully. Setter time than that wa recent! made LIQUOR CASE AT MONTPELIER. in clearing the large Mathewson building on Kim street, the 5.V1 pupils getting out Mrs. Joseph Canales Is Charged With of the building in 72 second. Consider r.. ,'inir the sire of the building and the larrje Apron are retailed bv Mrs. Anthony Carroll and Miss Mary Carroll and at the confectionery counter are Miss Margaret McKenna. Mrs. J. W. Stewart and Mrs. James Bennett. Iced refreshment are purveyed hv Mr. D. E. White and Mr. M. R. Kearney, snd Mrs. Louis DcRlois the firemen, once they were able to force their way through the smoke, were able to confine the fire to a relatively mll area, the actual fire loss centered in a large corner room, in which Dr. Mackay combined his laboratory and operating room space. Here were assem bled all of the equipment usually found .. a 1 , 1 - ! : . .!.. , . ( . ,, . is at the lemonaqe sianii. nnm j 111 a uitiui inuuraiur.v, as en aji iur- William and Mr. Robert Q. McDonnell i nisliings, such a operating chairs, two are directing the food sale and at the j in numlier, cabinet, etc. A much small teddv ber stand E. W. Brown and R.jer room on the Elm street side of the) Smith are doing most of the heavy baby j block was used by the . dentist as a re lifting, jeeption room, which escaped . unscathed A general committee directed by Miss, except for trivial smoke damage. A Margaret McKenna. Mr. P. H. Brown! short time ago Dr. Carver . acquired a and Mr. Mae Gerrard ba Wn instni-1 sireable room, formerly used by Dr. Msc- mental in bringing plan for the fair to kay. and a partitioned passageway wa a successful bed. By request, the farce jeontructed to lead from the latter' re- nd other entertsinment features will beicention room into the physician's main repeated thi evening and Carroll' or- office. Thi partition wa demolished. ctietr. which fdsved for dancing last Two tank of oxycen were near tli evening, will furnish music for the same J spot w here the fire i thought to have paitime.after the program to-riigM. In-ltarted, and while they were almost too dication are not lacking tht the at-1 hot to handle when the firemen began tendance will I larae and to the end i their work, they did not explode. A number of occupant", thi 1 remarkably Th.nV.r.ving bail i. tl city hall l.-t mJ""'' ''V t 1 rvtrti'tir. ft IK sti n-y "J ',m "' - , . , . . . , a Ill Ti . II f" trie '"'k. purr imn '-" concert g.vea by an onbes-1 "'.' f"';r-, "'"T' ,W 'n " conferred the m,. section of the degree mil he heard Monday. n j itTilcsiro and later to Indianspolis and " ' ... . 1,.rt. .1rA wa I. the dinner following! the after-1 rum atfin tiini. attended dr over three ' score. The firt section of the Mater ; Jceph Canales was in Montpelier time. The building is three stories Msaon degree was conferred on a csndi- v '""rt t-ly on fie charge of sell- .nd has II school rooms. Ia fivitiif c.tc bv Md River lodge. No. 77. of "'r. "'''c , "tT u ,h' Pr' rtr'" '.djoun. peU Wedne.d.y m,til some d.te Wsit-field nd the work wa reviewed . '""'d y rand Juror Thcrisult and ;,urnmoning the chddren into line in their there 'are maev cs.,i by ;r.nd Iect,.rer W. Archie S. n.rrf- erved by Iw-pnty Shenff Lawson B.,1. ro.ni. and the second given IS ; rt , , w.r4 t,,,,,, man. Tl.e me lodge. fter luncheon, fixed at f.Tst. waa fomished and the ce Uter, being the ngnat for beginning, Waterman i booked to rrcide at that buyers may be accommodated be fore the rush for seat bepin. the door of the ball will wing open early. DIVORCE CASE CNC0NTFSTED. elas r of denatured alcohol in tha lalsiratory i said to have exploded whi! the firemen were t work and Assistant (liief R. D. Carpenter state that tliere were other minor explosions licfore the blsse wa extinmiishetl. Fortunately the firemen were aide to forejro the use of Mary K. Bartlett Soed Ray K. Bartlett j Ut in extinguishing tlie blare, else the of Plainfietd. Washington county court rill proliably the march to the street. At tie same the December term of Orange eonnty l.s. wotim nave oeen consiueraoiv aug . mente.1. At time it aeemed a thoiipU the chemical aptratu would be inade quate, but the firemen, resolved on ex hand ire every ta'nk of the solution le foi-e using water. Pnallv bad the satis faction of p-tting tlie tire well in band. At t o'clock it aeemed that the fire wae Un w.. .ttc,,d.s by ver.l ho.dre4 "W " gr.n.te ad n-.r ,le !..,.; tit1M, rJrn . j r.nt. nA t)i, w u , m)lwk f fir. , iUi ptri , , J,,, ? oVh.k. bowever 1 nV WW. and ahnnt forty couple, enjoyed p '".0,'ln n' " f B,.rimrt.m. grand tn.-lrr of Vermor.t continued t next Monday rooming,,, UlhnB. In timiejr the ex.t of j' "J? , 7le tec. "P "I'H " tTerd..mg. TiUU... U.t,ly.;''U" ? "''Vl '"'Va , j! and If. 11 Ro... grand aecrctarr. rve d t.mld pleaded r.,i1iy to a acond , r,,ildren from this building, the sec- "t,,.r" U "M " j Barre. t.oeht b M .moke coin.ng rated .itb flo,er. a.d tap-try. fug. )Zi Rye'te !yiTiV-M''n offend of into, ,,,t,K, and w. cej ; .J call need a. the l-ginning of , X", a mW of tenc. , ill f 'i "'. J" " .JwrUteVwlte . R.., St. Jchnry Mrt eary G. e, Donales'lt T.'L. P ng oldU. thef,,s in ! .lt cl tCV7 " . -pde., . e.n. ,ted I., rpM. --".H' Irry; Zni?. 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