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S VOL. XIX NO. 222. HARltE, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER-; 3, 1915. PRICE, ONE CENT. t 4 RUSSIAN DRIVE. ON BULGARIA IS REPORTED THE FOLLY OF IT I Leaving Loaded Piatol Where a Young ater Could Get It. ElmmCN.- Y., Dec. 3. .lohn Van Or strand, airtul 0. shot and killed his play mate, William Palutor, seven years old, in the lattcr's homo here yesterday otter noon. The shootiiiir occurred at 0 o'clock shortly after the A'uintor boy's mother had Jolt the house on a shopping trip, leavim? her son. Van Orstand aim anotii er bov. Earl Klddu 1. need eiitm, ui The Despatch from Saloniki p'y- iMn, going out Mrs. omtrwiji WFalwl '",. warned Iter son not to touch a revolver Srntf That the RUSSian which she had purchased nut two days btates max tne nu&wdn on awomt io a f sciire in this city. . . . . , . , (Shortly after Mrs. J'amtor nan leu the house her son secured tno weapon and handed it to Van Orstrand who im mediately pointed it at young l'aintor and fired, the bullet lodging in tno re gion of the heart, lie then turned the revolver on young Riddel), but it missed tire. . "i .. Van Orstrand then apparently realized for the first time what he had done and was conscience stricken and neggen neighbors,, who entered the house, to shoot linn. . Troops Have Already En tered That Country, but the Report Lacks Con firmation PATH OF MOVEMENT IS VERY UNCERTAIN EARNED HIS SEWARD. Also Evacuate a Town MonaStir in Serbia IS NOW Bennington Veteran Walked 120 Miles IIU U(-V A a. GUOiVUt Pittafield, Mass., Dec. 3. James Hig- i v ji ri,4..t' ginbotham of Bennington, Vt., a 70-yeur-OCCUpied ; by the central 0id veteran of the Civil war, walked . -. i. twice from Bennington to this city and P0WerS Montenegrins back, to obtain, signatures to his pen sion papers. " In the Civil war he served in a Mas sachusetts regiment with a Mr. Pratt of rittstleld. In order to draw a pension, Mr. Hipginbotham found that he must Saloniki reDorts that Russian troops have the signature of a man who would I ;. i ...J.;- i ... u: L Ji have entered Bulgaria but the report i !U "J M u ..J4u.... tf i... w. ... ,n the; papers. He tramped down to wiiuuui wnuiiui.uii. i 1 I'irf afli.l.l anil Inokorl on Mr, Pratt, anil sumed that Russian concentration near obtained the signature. the Rumanian border was for use in Bui- Returning by foot to Bennington, the garian operations, but Rumania' contin- aier was iniormea oy a soneuor , f ' . . . that the signature of Mr. Pratt had to ued neutrality had blocked passage by witnesw b two other persons. The 'CONVICTED MEN DELAY Not Ready to Make Appli cation to Set Aside Verdict JUDGE HOWE 'GIVES THEM 24 HOURS Four Steamship Line Offi cials Were Guilty, of Conspiracy OVER 5,000 DEER WILL BE RECORD Already Commissioner Titcomb Has Had 4,544 Deer Reported Killed, and the Open Season Runs to Satur day Afternoon, Dec. 4. I.yndonville, ' Dee. 3. Commissioner Titcomb reports a total of 4,544 deer killed during the present open season according to reports received up to ye. terday morning. He is of the opinion that the number that will have been taken at the close of the season, u o'clock next Saturday afternoon, will exceed 5,0(10. The largest number taken in arty previous season was 4,597 in 1000, a year when the taking of both bucks and does was lawful. ' The report by uoutities to date fol lows: Cminiiea. Burks. DnM. Addison . ,. . 1(13 JHI Bennington 1H 132 Caledonia 8 82 Chittenden ........ . 02 71 Ksscx . 157 81 Franklin 63 69 tr land or by way of the Danube into Bul garia. There have been no recent indie tions of a Russian movement by water. - . Monastir, a city in southern Serbia, whose fate has been in doubt for days, is now apparently in the hands of an Aus- tro-German force. A Saloniki dispatch giving the news says the Austrian flag was raised when the city was occupied and that the Bulgarians did not enter. Montenegrins admit the evacuation of Plevlke in northeastern Montenegro- Quiet has prevailed on the French front. Paris reports that fog,. and rain have halted the operations. Rome reports the repulse of surprise attacks by Austrian on the positions re cently taken by the Italians. aged veteran set out again, walked back to Pittsfield, secured the signatures, went back to Bennington on foot and obtained his pension money, , Ibe distance he covered was about 20 miles each way, a total of 120 miles for two round tgps. 11 BIDS OFFERED FOR WARSHIP STEEL Terms of the Bids Indicate that United States Will Not be Delayed if Two Battleships are to be Built. Washington, D. -C, Dec. 3. There will be no delay in the delivery of steel for I battleships No. 43 and 44 if the govern The snow is 10 feet deep in the Cauca- nient undertakes their construction in bus tone of operations, according to a navy-yards. Bids from eleven steel com Constantinople official report, which re- panics were opened to day at the navy cords the continuance of action against " parimeni, ana an oierea 10 oeg n the Russians under these adverse condi tions. Scattered Serbian detachments in Jh region southwest of Mitrovitia, near the Montenegrin border, were defeated by Teutonic forces in an engagement yester day and more than 1,200 Serbians were taken prisoners, according to an an nouncement by the German, army head quarters to-day. Reports from the Dardanelles indicate the combatants are engaged almost con tinuously in minor encounters which do not seem to have any marked effect on the respective positions. FALL OF MONASTIR IS REPORTED Rtuter's Correspondent at Saloniki Says Serbian" Town Was Occupied by Austro-German Forces Thursday. lxndon, Dec. 3. The occupation of Monastir by AustnMJerman force at 3 11'ilmk yesterday afternoon is reorted by Ketiter s correspondent at Sel-mikl. TO SEND MILLIONS. Russia Said ts Be Preparing for Monster Movement At the Ruian front, via IVtrojrrad to iJiuhm, I trc. 3.-7 hit neat forward move-Itn-nt of the Ruxisa arm it Will be in number of nullum, not army eori-, af fording t the tUUnnl of a htiih army (fn is I. The rm( are in U tter a-hape thus ftw many months, waid thm ttffh ial, and qu.t ramlile of m(iin( (nrward at any oit(t. But tho nr Iwd Un of ramtpa eonU-mpUtoa miM-h mr thtm the taking of taa a4 t'rritnry ly dritv at this fwnrtl and that. 11r Kut.ian atalT is -I atifd itk iim K rentt f tl atrategv 4nru,g 1 1 f-t tirawr. and. it U mti-A. t lilinf tte it I im fr t mnm ) tl mem cavtpaien. PAKt Or CREW SATED. After S?eaatfcip Laefda Kail Saak ia Me4iterraBaa. ' Was delivery within sis months and eompkje it within two years, The prices show sn apparent increase from 30 to 40 ped cent over the material purchased for the battleship California over a year ago, BANDITS DEFIED MILITIA. Heavily Armed, They Barricaded Them selves in Logging Shack. Khinelander, Wis., Dec. 3. Barricaded in an abandoned logging tiix'k in swamp near Cagen, three armed bandits yesterday defied the efforts of squad, of militia and ail available' county officers to arrest them. In a light with the ban dits Wednesday, Cnder Sheriff Kodd eus tallied a aoalp wound and Deputy Ander son waa aliot through one shoulder. OlB- cera said yesterday two of the besieged men appeared to lie wounded. 1 he bandits are aerused of robbing a saloon at Marks. They bave been iden tified as members of a eol ny located a short distance, from (agcn. A aouad of local militiamen waa de tailed to the seiene shoitly after midnight and every available oflii-w in the county was summoned. According to unverified rcrt, poMa fram Cagen and Matkn have entered tha marsh. MAY DELAT MESSAGE. on Senate Democrats' Disagreement Cloture Rule. Washington. D. CM If. 3. The organ- imtHi of tle Senate may I delayed and a Joint aeaaion of onrraa Tuel V to listen to I'reaident Wilson "a addreas my 1 prevented unl Jh Senate truKMTata ly t Monday agree on a Mur mle. TLia nraib;lity eonfronfej IVmorrat- ie tntiT wbea thev rewimed in -au - -ii to-day a ti-tlnn of the pmpnaal t limit the l-bate. IVm'Krat ic tmatiwt Tpn tl eUrtura birt that an ar- meut nann'4 tie rai bed in i awn and le tUa fight wiil Ije rarrwl Sent hti tVrmgTwa wnimM Mtmriav. Aiimmtelrat leader, b.eier. aay hey are mifidet of aa afreemf-nt. New York, Dee. 3. The federal dis rict court's final deposition of the case of Dr. Karl Bueru; nd liis three ano citttea in the Hamburg-American line who were convicted last night of conspi racy to deceive and defraud the United States, hung firg to-day. .Judge Marian' B. Howe had set this forenoon aa the ime for hearing the usual formal nio tions of the defense for setting aside the verdict, for arresting judgment pendiu. ppeal and others; but when court con ened the defendants' lawyers announced they were not ready. The lateness of the hour which the verdict Has returned laat night was given as the reason Judge Howe, therefore, granted post ponement until to-morrow morning. Jn reaching' its-decision, the jury is reported to have taken but one ballot and this after several hours of diwussion of the evidence in mjnute detail, ' The jury was given the case at 2:40 o'clock yesterday attcrnoon. Its foreman, u V. Palmer, announced the' verdict at 10:30 o'clock last night, seven and one- half hours later. An appeal it seems, will be made to the ferloral (Htlirt nf unnnala n.t in aij fliA j verdict is upheld to the supreme court of the tinted htates. In the "meantime the defendants probably will remain at lib erty under $5,000 bail each, as it is the intt-ntion of the government not to ask that the bond be increased The four defendants affected by the verdict are Dr. Karl Buenr, managing director of the Hamburg-American line in levr lork tity, former Cerman con sul-general here, former German minis rer 10 Mexico ana i.erman commission er in the Venesulan arbitration proceed ; Iw.f-v 'rt. ir 1 s inga before The Hague tribunal; George Kot ter, general amierintendent of the line; Auolph Uacbmeisicr, general pur chasing agent; and Joseph I'oppinghaus, a iornier, oiucer m tho German navy; at present a syond officer in the Hamburg American line. A fifth defendant, Felur Seffner, supercargo on one of the neu tral steamers sent to supply the German fleet, was not brought to trial. He was captured by the British while on his er rand of relief and is at the present time a prisoner in a Canadian detention camp. J lie four deiemJttnta took the verdict caJmly. After the jury had filed out Dr. Huena turned to hotter, sitting at his left and, rising, shook hands. "Anf Wiedereshen!" lie said, and Hotter echoed the words. Hachnieister sat si lent. I'oppinghaus, tall, athletic, young est of the four, rose to his full "height and smiled Grand Isle . Lamoille . . , Orange . . . . . Orleans . . . , Rutland . . Washington Windham . . Windsor 1 164 . M Inn . 223 3f H 3(10 312 228 ' 05 9t! 245 42S 72 Total. 324 200 108 133 238 122 1 422 . ISO 208 4 08 73 too 684 2,302 4,544 WILL PROBABLY RECOVER. William Patch . of Johnson Was Shot While Hunting. Burlington, Dec. 3. William Patch of Johnson was seriously wounded about II o clock Wednesday morning by the accidental discharge of his 30-30 calibre rille while liunting in h mountains east of Johnson with two companions. Mr. Batch had rested his jjuu upon' a tree stump and was talking with his friends, when the rifle fell upon the ground, and exploded , tne bullet . passing through t'atch's hip and entering the body. He was earn! to a nearby farmhouse where the flow of blood from the wound was staunched and where Cambridge phvsl cian attended him. The wounded man was brought to Burliiigton on the even ing train and taken to the Fanny Allen hospital, where lie underwent a success ful operation yesterday afternoon, the bullet which had broken into two pieces being extracted from his body. The wound, although serious, will not prove fatal, and i'atch is resting as comforta biy as could be expected. V MUCH RELIEF WORK DONE. SHIP TO SAIL ' AT STATED HOUR MUCH CHANGING ABOUT. Montpelier Business Men Moving Into Two New Buildings. State street!' one of Montpelier's main business arteries, which for nearly two years has been more or less blocked no cause of the erection of two new build; imrs. and tho reiilaeinif of the wooden Whether Ford and HiS Peace KiUo bridge is beginning to assume its , . . , , normal aspect and before tno nomuiy FartV Are Aboard . commence it is to be expected that the XTi. isireefc win on tne niosi iraven-u " VI nUv . eitv. With the completion of the new fire proof structures, replacing buildings de stroyed bv fire, the locations of business ATT. PAQQFWnFIRQ MTTST places are being changed considerably. a4,v.vxw wavne M.-Reed. who has conducted hia XiAVX! JrAbol UKTo J!Welry business in a portion of the .. J. W Uliams block since the Union mock was burned two years aco, haa moved into the easterly store of the union mock ana tho indications are that he will be open for business the first of the week. Workmen are still engaged in finishing the big store room to be occupied jointly by A. H. Temple and G. O, Boyles and these merchants are making preparations to move from the Barrows & Peck build ing on Main street, where they have car ried on business for over a year. Louis C. Rivers has completed the trans British Warships Are ' Not Likely to Seize the Oscar II. GIVE NOTICE OF NEW BILL The BetKvxy: ,fs Present P" ,a to Be Ef- , vxve Next March $4 A DAY WAGES : CHIEF FEATURE Business at Bethel Reported to Be Very Quiet at Present .' j Bethel, Dec. 3 The current four-year grecuient between tho Woodbury Gran ite company and tho stonecutters at this place will expire March 1 and the com mittee named by the local branch, G. C. A., for the purpose has lately filed with tionerai Manager vv. (J. UliUord a WILL RESIST HOCKING SEIZURE. United States to Take Action in British Confiscation. Washington, I. C, Dec. 3. Official an nouncement that the American steamship Mocking has been requisitioned by the British government without the format!- y of prire court pnxw-dinc was re vived by the state tlcixirtmcnt late yes terday in a dispatch from Consul -General oung at Halifax, where the shin has Wen detained since she was eeised by a British warship while on the wy from New York to Norfolk. This procedure be viorouslv eon- tested by the United State ir ernmrnt s being illegal and in violaton of rer- otrniard rights under international law. lliicials of the department, who had la-rti more or less skeptical regarding nijoffi- lal report of the intention of lireat Britain, e vprp-M-d amazement last nicht. The tnited States, it was said, will de mand that the ship be retained in a prire court, cm the charge tliat slie ia partly Orman owned and that the piire rHirt act promptly in the ease. The requisition of the lbk:iig b-d offi cial nere i nencir inai i.if-it l.ritain By Vermont Chapter of the American Red Cross During Tear, Burlington, Dec. 3. The annual meet ing of the Vermont chapter of rlie Amer iean Red Cross was held yesterday after noon at the parlors of the Van Ness house with a good attendance. Vr. Ji D. Holton of Brattleboro, chairman of the chapter, presided and in tha absence f the secretary. C. 0. Forbes, Mr. W . l'helpa acted as secretary pro tern. The officers elected were those who served the chapter last year. A letter was read, which was sent to Gov. Gates by Charles. L. Macee. secre- ry of the national association, asking for the appointment of a delegate to at tend the 1 1th annual meeting to be held in Washington on Ice. 8. The governor referred the letter to the Vermont chapter for action, giving as bis opinion that some delegate of the chapter should go. It was voted hat the treasurer of the chapter, H. S. Howard, should go and the power of ap pointing an alternate waa also left with him. The other business ia come before the meeting was routine. The treasurer's re port showed a balance in the treasury of $204.57. The report of fiecretary Charles S. Forbes show a gain of 3d members, with a total at the present time of 212. During the year the rhrfpler contributed to various relief work in Europe the sum of fl,2I6.!Ml. In closing the report the treasurer asked for a larger sal than ever before on the Christmas seals to lie sold during the present holiday season. The reirt of Mrs. W . . Phelps on the anti tiiliei.-iiii work showed that over 4.V( had been etitended through the lied Crosa. Howard Relief society and private source. The report from tue sanatorium at ri'ifsford. show. mg the work done there for patient with the money of the chapter, was also read with this report. The o flier r re-elected serv the chajiter another year follows Chair man. Dr. II. I Holton of Brattlehoro; vk chairman, Redfleld I'nK-tor of l"rw tort secretary, (barle S. Forbes ef ht. Allans; treasurer, H. S. Howard of Bur lm;rtn: member of the cirfiitive mm- mitte. Nelson W. Fisk of Isb IjiMotts, New York, Dec. 3.-vTho Scandinavian Anierican line steamship Oscar If, on fr 0f t,jg aru), Btore effects from the Kl- for his peace expedition to The Hague, block and has already opened for busi- will leave New York to-morrow after- ness. althouch not -vet comfortably set- noon on schedule time, according to the tied in the new quarters. The drug agents of the line. Ford has engaged I store nromises to be one of the, best, if the first and second cabins for his peacelnot the finest, in the state, with a mnlel statement of the wage demands of the ' pwcuBCis g- roum ana spienuiu nxiure, Drancli, the most important leature be mg kj xorway, oweaen anu uenmara i Me westerly store space ot tne union in the 84 e anse win occupy we third-class quarters. building next to the river is the only present, business at the sheds is All the passports will be examined at space not finished or nearly so, and the nniefcer tluin for aevernl venrs - It. is un- the pier, and it is said that no person delay is caused by the fact that tho dretood that the company's attitude to will be allowed aboard the ship without) room is to be occupied by the Kifst Na-1 warj tne proposals of the employes will one. Itional bank and much tune had to be ex "The vessel is expected to reach Chris- pended unmaking a vault for the institu tiana December 14 or 15. The possibili- tion. It is probable that the bank's loea ty that Britain warships might take the tion will not be changed from its present steamer to Kirkwall is believed to be I location In the old 1ostollice building un remote. " I til well into the winter, if not in the early part of spring. FORD GETS PASSPORTS. I The upper ficors of the building are not occupied to any extent as yet, al- proposals of the employe I depend largely upon the business devel opments of the early winter. CAPE ANN CUTTERS OBDURATE. And Along with Him About 125 Peace though Dr. W. H. McGoff moved his of- Advocates. Refuse to Extend Time of ThcifPresent Agreement. Gloucester, Mass., Dec. 3. The granite cutters of Bayview, Lanesville and Jtock- fice effects into the new structure over j port adhere to their position not to grant a weelc aero. I lie Howes I (instruction I f ho Ifm l-mirt. (Jrnnit.o Co.. an pvlcnmon Washington, D. C, Dec. 3. Henry Ford leomnanv. which constiucted the build-lof time from March 1 to Mav 1 at the was granted a passport by the state do ings, is located in one suite of rooms present schedules of prices, partraent to-day to visit Norway. Swe- Und Dr. R. J. Fitzirerald is to locate on Thev have nreaented the eomiianv turn, ienmarK ana me isemenanus. a the second floor. State's Attorney Drea with a new bill of prices to become op representative brought . his application E. Gleason has nearly completed the erative March 1, 1016, at $4 per day. trom Aw lork. movmir of Ins office from the old post- The.eomnanv ia willino- to aimi a bill The citizenship bureau of the depart- office building to a suite of four rooms for a flve-vear term from May 1, 101(1, ment by noon had issued more than 125 in the Union block. but the men will not sign for more than passports to the peace advocates to sail I The top floor of the building is to be three vears to take effect March 1 on the steamer Oscar II. one had made occupied by the Knights of Columbus C. Harrv Rosers. mana-zer and suokes application to visit any other than neu-fand in addition to comfortable lodge! man 0f the Kockport Granite company wai i-vuumes, irooms mere is a nau oi ampie sixe -which i in Aew i ork will be used for dances and other enter tainment. The hall boasts of a small balconv to lie used by an orchestra, The, Phillips jewelry store will lie lo eated in one of the four stores in the Rialto building, which is erected over the river and to-morrow the business will be DIED AFTER AUTO RIDE. MRS. LILLIE W. SANBORN. Resident of Trow HilJ Died Last Evening Was a Native of Topshain. Mrs ' Lillie W. Sanliorn, w ife of L. F. ino on Joseph L. Devino of Winooski Had Pre vously Had a Shock. ,1 IIIWBKI, .'It, fcf. W 'O. I, A A. - !. , . . . , i .,...,,,) . died last evening at his home transferred . from the H. A. nowman I " ,'. ""'. - "V'- T" East Allen street as the re- tore. where the business has been lo- the City hospital last evening at t.:J suit of a second stroke of paralysis, in ted for two years. ""f ' 7! i the 53d years of his age. Mr. Devino The Western Union Telegraph company Mrs bapborn had not been ,n her usuhI waa able lo be out yeatcr.lay morning ha. engaged the space next to the Bow- health tor some time, although it was and was at work about his home. About I m,n o-k ana lor tne nm time m tue J:'""",;1' the middle of the morning be went for "istory of .Montpelier the tel.-graph com- m. ..uap.ui u.u l"B ... . . . . n. I mi - i ffilliiwitiff Hu r s nilimiltAil ill an nocr so automobile ride with I- YY. Kavin, mr p - , - . - in tne nearc or me ousiness section, '" rr'" . which will mean additional accomnioda- recovery, when a sinking spell develoH-a tion to the public. Manager It. T. Led- early yesterday. den plana to move the ollice from its -She is survived by her husband, one present location on the second floor-of son, Maynard Fanborn, who lives at the Blanchard block sometime next week, home, and one brother, i.. A. vt lids, ot Arraiu-ernenU have been made so that Banner, Kana. Mrs. iSanliorn's maiden the transfer will not interfere in any name was Lillie Wilds, and she was born ' ,i. wav with the earrvimr on of the remilar in Topsham, April 17, 1872. Her mar- waa one ui ins .. " . : .1... oi ...... OUHiness. I rmge iv ail. rni.ru uiua imvv mt mia S, K. Ballard, general agent of the Xa- ago and she has been a resident of Barre returning about 1:30 o'clock. About oclock he was stricken with a shock and never regained consciousness. Mr. Devino was born in this village, March A, 1863, and had always resided here. .He was a jeweler by trade and for over 30 veer a was in business in the Mongeon block, formerly known as the Baxter block. He first member of the Royal Arcanum when that order was instituted here and tional Life Insurance comnanv. i the Town for the past five years, hhe was I I - j : i 1. : it. ii aiwaia ft-Muiii-u ilia Hieiuuri ami.. iir . , , , 5 - . , . . J ... . .la. ,1a rww,,.,. nf li. .u,n,l o.u.v tf I i n Hrrrnttt of ths llnTitiMt. rhliroh ami was also a member of the Winooski ,rK ""' 7", " V , "S'C-.C ( Moose He gained! " present out otner oiiices win i ofiongru to uraun- mn ginj:i-, wn-u lie lanen soon. I lie top poor oi tne I organization numurrni m-r linn oi us building has been fitted to have a number! most faithful member. of bachelor alfttrtment. I Funeral services will be held at the nouse .iionnay xorenoon at it:Mi ociock MONTPELIER land the remains will oe taken to est Jtopsnarn lor unci nu-ni. iu nic injto lodge, ixivsi iiruer ot aioose. tie g wide business acquaintance and had many friends w ho mourn hia loss. He leaves besides hi wife and daughter, an lopted daughter, Mrs. Louis Uuillette, of liarre. WOODFORD HOTEL BURNED. Damage Due to Explosion of Plumber's I Soldering Stove. KartUal GIFT HALL DEDICATED. Stmctart t'ni"W. Ifc-e Th TV.t k elsem it.f lrr.i.i II,!. V..-b Mt taWfta hf4sf 2D t"t I1n at-'),.ia a4 Sew 1 rk. ! aus,!., ei-j-t'r lam a 4'm f th susnaairine aw-lra a '.a - r rm' m4 ed intend to take over fur iu nan ne thi-r vee Is if tlie flwt eaned by tlie Amrr iB Traas-Atlsntie comjiany, if it haa not done so alr.-ady. The .nnrwBj has informal the state defiart merit that it ship OriPMv at -t. Im .. tet lr-.U . h 1 a miuisitionrd. anl that the Kan kake, ti.. at -a IsMind fur Pt.it Stan ly. F!llnd ilai-l. ia 1 rp ef a inire cr frfun t ie I!m1iIi rmi-r M-'t,in ill t r-jiiiitoHd im lirr arrnal at Port Maeley. P.-prpita4 ii.ns rrarding the lbiitMj -"! Ily will includ also be es .( the G-n-e mni thr KanVa k-. J Mr. W. S. Phelps and M. I. ( hittcndr-a Of till fit v. fetlP ASCAL BAHflTET. to ptrtLor rewiR. "-4r-. iM, Bearf ef TraS tJertel t"4s hU fl 1-4 at--D s;f ta ir-t. fiwi ft f.'5. rg ' Jywit t". Pm-iK pnmi. V . JI Tare a4 -r f? It-wm ri-" t ' r rWt- -t t . T i Hat Re Psblie CsDed Daraoa BaO. j TlartlawC tier, t- IlaaMMi ball, a ww jpw'e laiMnf lrre, o'Ji'-t4 ye trJy ttmiiii I A .i.r Ari,ri T I1rk C . f Hi l lirattk hnr. ti itl'Tun pn " f '"et It t tbe Isa 14- e..lan ik mt.niih.iMl 1. ---J to t- I t II. r j Z Mate Vr1m.t fx a t.nf jB4 .. njg tl Ilawwer, S. IU tatie,a report fr .irhVr Vms at 'J 5s-ias"L Uml-m bn 'w te m. M 1 1 j 1te WW ri U tl ta fcy Jr-e4 te. urtiwlsn f t! tmnnm i s, mm t. num. 1 tittnn f 1'- V' t frrm.n- rt. td nrtf DIED AT MIDDLESEX. Mrs. George S ma Hey Wss Bora ia Wst erbory Center 51 Years Ag: Mi.i.!l-.-t. IHt 3 Mr. Onrjre Small ry d-ed at VI-k thi wwirairig after a sh'iit illnc itk mniBiiiii. Hi r ma id. n name wa l.ire Bnraell sad abe wa tim in Wat-flmry (nirr W ysr 'Ci. .Me w mrrw-d 3 yam men and lie and br liuiead lived in t aterhnrr i V-ntr until fa years af, lia tWr .Att-tn a. tine fir .r.-t Britain i,,,w,"i M: jl Utt. Mrs Srnsliry ea New "basketball Team Organired and is ct,m'terJr' w.,un.or uame, TALK OF THE TON l . I ... I... 1! M . .. - lurfuf...l mt - a... I LMS TtRi tiwiii isrsa iu ta iti i t -ta si,iin-T--i. JI ft a'l , t I'j I- Benmngton, Dec S.-Th. e.pio. of ing held last evening and H,wy C,l.r , - rS T 4 .r tiiumiMra aMiieriiiir atove w incn i-to ii'w". -. m beinir used in puttinir a new roof on the! be made to play game wi buildini?. started a lire vrsU-rdav after- seminary, the Caledonia A. A, of St. noon which dest roved White t row inn. Johnsbury, M. Michael s college and oth- a summer hot.-I in Woodford, five mile er strong the in the state. At least east of thi village, owned bv Mr. V. V. fiv' player of the irt bave signified Stone of New York. AH but one of the their intention of coming out for the U rottace adh.ininir the buildin were team and practice will I started early aaed bv a bucket tirigade. next wk. J.din P-rthtt, Harold The hotel wa built in l9t br tl Smith and Raymond Culien, fotmer h ,gh Kummer Home omany and wa pur- schnol sUrs. tuai h S. A. I"le f ttie hased sis years lt.-r by tl late C. F. emwary and (, W Scott, a lorm.r (id- sune. Since the death of her bushand o'ra puyer, m proiwi.iy if mcmiwr the resort haa been cmdurtd ty Mfw. ' tf 8'- All the bxal game will I Stone, and wa rhiefv fatromaed bv played in tlie armory, errsiwgem.-tiU resi.h lit of New Yolk. The U wi l having lieen wade wita .mny II U be over ,(. It is Ulievrd here that stage the contest in that 11 the pmprrty wa insured. ARAB PATROL DAKCK. t laist tin if piMttm f.r rt4 tf rjitMa (. m a Hritil 'r ia "wil t-4 Ait .1 IT, vrl.ii h ( ette4 b-r liuitand ant t danehtrr. Mr. I ule S.mirr i M-' a iti4 Nrw. Ii-I"a Iw-nswt vf Vi ; a)n a h""t i"r. irngr P.i,rr i'.. f1 M" e. 1 -r lurwrsl will I H -idav nxn 'it t l' k. n t iii'n-rA W.Il tar at Me. TWO MARRIAGES. Held at Xoatpelier City HaS Was At tended by Large Crew 4. Arab Psfrrd. Mf. Siaal finpU. ti, . aae a grand ''i i the .vj'tl.-r eity hall and inn aa lat e rnrg. itane sng whH k etwitinwd ttwttl 1 1 x-t., t ng pweo4 Yr aa rtli.htm drill anl fti- rt. The trill was gitefi t tKe fiatr.d aed a well esv--ir-4 kr the ndiwt, vhx-a tTJed t baaswwT n its rxTitr . A e- t f.'.n H te dt-!t. It VIoivIiit MJ tar r ted r. Wtra with ti't'- " lsig it4 try nrvrra .-l t laiw-my wa rasnt l (rsa eVl--. tmiit ft fVm t4 the tsJI t! th fai.Mt4 wahe M pyvmn 4aa t- 4 r4 the rtaw-w-s fr pr.I fa tor. An elre -R,t4rcn t1 tis itnj4 n a npvwia t i" at t' itmt t4 t ha?l waa the ml h.rf mhs Mr. anl Mr, rrank l. tll!ia rt turard last en-wing from llsrt f,wd. i , wtwre they were tnarrw-d lat Saturlsy and will snake their home at 1 Hub bard street. Mr. I'lii til resume hi dot M s a the rH-Ixw f-ne t-iir- mw. lie P.-cry M"rriw f St. thati ar rived Ia the t it r lt era.iij, 1.4 a few J s' t w it h fi J !'. "il t'..i, it tsk.i.g a f ? v' stiin frffn I dutiea a tkH a i t t tle 4 t raj erm, ! slattMW, w I n u t ! snd tmrt iif ith (iodiUrd t0"yV. ..r-ti. iax imni isnMinf r aa-rif-a .1. 1 nimifi and Mr. Plummy of Northtield wieo among the visitor in the city to-day. The member of tlie young ladiea so dality f St. Monica's church will rwin communion in a lawiy at tne ochhk mas Suii'tay. John lormt left t!e city this fore noon fot, Montreal. P. t,1., where be will visit frit-nda fr a few daj before g"ing to Tonmtrt, i:t, for a inore evtendit tay. Mi Verna Burges. who has leen visiting at tlie botoe of Mr. ar.J Mrs. II. H. IVxi li n d HijrhUnt aeiioe for a few days, returned yctrdy to lire hiinie in t "hrlsr. .li'liB Milj-aa of New York it arriwd in tle cttv last e'ening f--r a stav f er- rrn day in the ISar-e g'sinte Iwlt. Mr. M Ies w ill ts,t ia !, te tile brtors- ret'iiti,nc borne. Vim arliir Sw.ft. who lis Vsn x r :-s a few cut in t'-e city a a tucst in O r b-r e f Hr, sd ! !. 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