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VOL. XIX-NO. 223. HAUKK, VERMONT, SATURDAY, DECEMRER 4, 1013. TRICE,', ONE CENT. THE BAR1RE DAI GREEKS TURN TO ALLIES Virtually Present Mace donia as Base of Opera tions and Give Free Use of Railroads and Harbors on the iEgean Sea, Includ ing Kavala SERBIANS WELCOMED ON GREEK SOIL was is- lowing official communication sued yesterday i "Jn the l-edro Valloy one of our do tachmeiit of Alpinists nurth of 1'ra by means of rope mid surprised the enemy, wiio iind been reinforced, und drovo linn buck, afterward firmly occupying tlie po bition. "Minor action ending In our favor are reiiorted from north west of Hon vcfrno, in the valley of Nugana, In the Kienz-Fischbach ridge and the valley of .Vebaeh in talietz. "Our Tnfaiitryoccupied in front of Tol mino a part of an enemy intrcnchnient on Santa Maria bill, capturing ritles and munitions. There is no change on the rest of tho front." There Is an Unconfirmed Report in London That Russians Have Captured Twelve Miles of German Trenches West of Riga Germany Denies Peace Rumor From German sources comes the report that Greece virtually has turned over Grecian Macedonia as a base of operations for the entente allies, besides giving them the free use of railroads and the harbors on the Egcan sea, including Kavala. Ac cording to an Athens dispatch, Serbian soldiers who fell back into Greek terri tory after Monastir was evacuated were not disarmed but were treated with not table consideration. Much suffering is re ported among the thousands of refugees from Monastir arriving at Fiorina, Greece, after a long tramp through deep snow. The debarkation of additional British forces at Salonikl is reported in London. The British correspondent at the Greek port, however, declares that the military situation there is not satisfactory from the standpoint of the entente. A Montenegrin official statement de clares that an Austrian attack near Pie vlje in tforthern Montenegro, a short distance inside of the Serbian border, was repulsed. A wireless dispatch from Berlin denies the rumor that Germany is contemplating peace proposals. A report that Emperor William is to visit Constantinople is also denied. London has an unconfirmed report that 12 miles of German trenches have been taken by the Russians along the road to .Tukum, west of Riga. A report from Petrograd has the report that Field Mar shal Von Markensen was slightly wound ed by a Serbian bullet during the Serbian operations. AN ARREST MADE IN MURDER CASE AT ABERCORN, P. Q. Warren Whitehead Being Held for Al leged Implication in Death of Mrs. Frank Dipper Autopsy Indicates ; Woman Put Up Hard Fight. Richford, Dec. 4. Wiarrcn Whitehead, tter known as "Hob" Whitehead, was arrested about 0 o'clock last night at his home in Abercorn, P. Q., charged with being implicated in the death of Mrs Frank Dipper, an aged widow, who was found murdered in her home here late Wednesday afternoon, the crime having been committed Tuesday night, lie was taken by the Canadian authorities to the tail at .Sweetsburg, I'. O., tail. Whiteheads home is about half a mile from the Dipper home in Abercorn, on a corner near the Canadian Pacific railway station. The arrest was made by Provm cial Detective Lorraine. The detective was accompanied by Adney Jones, pro prictor of the Abercorn house, and by W. J. Riordam and P. H. Phauuef, deputy sheriffs, of this town. Tho two Vermont- ers stayed outside to prevent the escape of Whitehead, while the two Canadians went inside. The prisoner is said to have made a partial confession to Alfred Como, his sister's husband and his chum, who was with ltitu all day Tuesday, the two being in this town and Montgomery that day, drinking heavily. When the officers entered the house Whitehead was very nervous. He is from (3 to 35 years old and has a wife and two small children. He is said to be of a quarrelsome disposition when he is in toxicated and his reputation is not of the best at any time. He is a day laborer. It has been reported that he was con nected with the break into Mrs. Dipper's house six weeks ago. It is said that his hat was found on the premises at that time. An autopsy was performed yesterday on Mrs. Dipper's body by Dr. K. O. Dyer of button. P. Q., and Dr. (Jennet of flrig hara, P. Q. They found that apparently the woman had put up a hard fight, as flesh was found under her finger nails, but that . blow on the head later must have rendered her unconscious. Scratches were found on the man arrested, but lie is said to have accounted for them. CONSPIRATORS SENTENCED BANDIT FOILED AND SHOT. But He Succeeded in Fatally Wounding Bank Messenger. Rew iork, Dec. 4. Alan (Sumner, a bunk messenger, was fatally shot by George Do Urosa, who in turn was dan gerously wounded by Walter F. Orle- iiian, another messenger, in a sensational 140 GUESTS OF FORD SAIL Three Were Given One Year tw,l,t bv ,)e 1!rT . gte"'.a ta con: With Watchword, "Out of ta iling $t,(NHi, on the Mezwn ne floor of , , ' . . and a Half in Fed eral Penitentiary AND OTHER RECEIVED the Trenches by Christ mas," Meaning Soldiers Was Fined One Dol lar To-day Twenty-Three of Party. Are Women and Many of Oth ers Are College Students the Fourteenth street subway station during the rush hour late yesterday, The messenger were employes of the J (a nk. of the Metropolis In union square near the scene or the hold up De Itrosa, who was armed with three revolvers, carried nearly 200 cartridges, KA MTTIWQP A PTTP MF.M a ban- of black nowdcr. and wore two ONE-YEAR TERM 8,,its "f eU,illM Wttn"!'1 !MS,,lml tl,e AND OTHER PUBLICISTS I messengers as mey were ouying iicneis I in the subwuv station nrenaratorv to boarding a train for a lower Ilroadway ovtirAua itflh.a udw.ri. thpir u-Ara thin TT 1 A T! I" ,..... V " r riamDurtr - American lvine tne money out of town tvmioiit warning ue jtrosa nreu iwo shots into the head of Gardner, who car ricd the bag, and as the messenger fell to the floor in the presence of a subway throng, the bandit threw away the re volver,' grabbed the bag and started up the stairuHv lemlimr to the street. Orle- ra ... . - I -V X- -I. T1 A Tl t f With IJe I iorK, upc. . - xue uieuiuers vi George Kotter and Adolph Jlachmeister Hrosa on the stairway a the latter drew the peace expedition organized and of the- Hamburg-American steamship a second revolver ami fired, the bullet fianced by Henry Ford for the purposo line, who were recently evicted of con- a con(erence "presenta- spiraey to defraud the United States r)e Brosa, who still clutching the mou- t,vca neutral nations in the hope government, were sentenced to-day to ey bag ran on. As the bandit reached of ending the war began to assemble sprvn una and n lialf i-onra in th f.rl. I the topmost steps, Orleman fired twice, this morning on board the Scandinavian . .... . , , , one bullet lodtrinir in De I'rosa's back. De American line steamship Oscar II, which eral pemtentiary at Atlanta. Joseph Biw . ,nto WM .t.hedulod to sail it 2 o'clock this i u,.p. ...una was given one yer, .u Broa(,wa nic jiuHiourif-rtmeruan line whs mien , , ,.t x.r,v .f d,. . . . 1011 anil i nuilliucu iiiiiimm l no ri a uiu a uiivoco. nitmuiu it vv ollar. All the defendants were re- , i I. k- ...:.. ti .i and discarding his outer suit, dashed magazine writers and three moving pit- across Union square. Here he attempted ture men. to double back on his pursuer, but wus Of the governors invited, u. a. Jlanna felled by a patrolman Ie attempted of orth Dakota was the only one to to shoot. I accept, so far as announced. Twenty Gardner is 18 years old and Orleman, three members of the party are worn one of the banks confidential messengers, en and there are students from various is 30. Little is known by the police colleges, including Dartmouth, ale, nil about De llrosa, who is 30 years old. I limns and others. As the peace dele gates arrived to-day, each received large SCOUTS ON THE TRAIL. red celluloid buttons bearing a white star and the words, "Out of the trenches GAVE BURLESQUE SCHOOL. S. II. S. Teacheri-in-Training Gave De' lightful Entertainment. The teachers' training class of Spauld- ing high school 'entcrtoltied a party of invited guests at the new usscmbly hall last evening. The feature of the pro' Sr Slope So Steep and tier by 1(1 girls of tho class. The farce was entirely original and, like the rest of the entertainment, was conducted un der the guidance of the teacher, Mrs. nnyder. The play was a burlesque con ception of modern educational ideas, as they might be introduced into a country school. Miss Tuna I'aselluu gave prom ise of success as a real teacher, as well as a make believe one, by her illus tration of tho Muutcssori idea of free dom, and the "Dewey originality of thought." Miss Madine Kogers, as "Teacher's pet," carried out tho idea of Firemen Had Fx' W THll the farce in the beginning, but at the r lre,aexl ntU n6 asAuto lrur , jcheted A $1,000 FIRE ON HILL TOP Slippery the Fire Ap paratus Was Balked V AND WATER PRESSURE WAS VERY SLIGHT from P Fence a i of $1,000 was incurred at Boy-ed and Von Papen, Whose Recalls Have Been Asked. Gave Excellent Demonstration of Their I by Christmas." Training. Before leaving New York for Hoboken J roop .o. ot tne mrre orancn ot me .ii uvinfr in nrf "r am iwy scouts oi America anieriainea ai ine ju uitb the H belief that t BRITISH FORCES ARE RETIRING IN MESOPOTAMIA Official Statement in London Says Gen eral TownUiend's Troops Are Re treating to Kutel Amarah. Imilon, 1Vh 4. The ltritii-h army in MKOM)laniia is io retreat. An ollirial annoumvmeiit to-dsy aid thv fort- of Oneral Townshrnd were retiring to Ku tel Amarah. WILSON-GALT WEDDING DAY DECEMBER 18 Formal Announcement Made To-day, To gether with Statement That Only Members of Immediate Fami lies Are to Be Present. Washington, D. ('., Dec. 4. President Wilson and Mrs. Xorman 4 .alt will Ite married on Saturday, Dec. IS, at Mrs. (ialt's home here, according to a formal announcement made to-dav at the White lloune. It was also announced that the only guests are to be members of the immediate families, and that no invita tions are to tie ismied. No announcement was made as to their honeymoon plana, but it is expect ed that the president and his bride will leave Washington soon after the cere mony for somewhere in the South. thought that peace is pos sible as well as desirable and so long as that is done hope of peace exists. If this conference succeeds only in bringing about the beginning of negotiations foT peace it will .have accomplished good." As an evidence of Ins intention to de- ote time and money to his expedition, I Mr. Ford announced that he had made a new will for the distribution of bis for jtune in case of bis death abroad and had (arranged to have hi business affairs I handled independently of himself. I am prepared to meet anything, d will try some other plan for ending Washington, D. ., Dee. 4. A request for safe conducts for Captain Karl Uoy cd and Captain Franz Von Papen .at- Congregational church vestry last even- d Bwil) o thj miioKm Itewil, taches of the German embassy, whose jnsr, lir. J. W. Barnett opened the en- .; . tn,.,.t ; iwnii u i.:v., icjiii.-r.w "J -1 .u i prll) m mPIIb Wltn la 1 H Oil WilL States, had not reached the state de- in general for the benefit of the uniniti partment to-day but was nioiiieiitarily ated among the audience. At the close expected. of his talk he called upon Scout Spear secretary uiiising ueennea to discuss to give the scout laws, and Scout Winni the various angles of the case, particular- fred Smith, who repeated the scout oath. i.. ........ rti l.. ..in..:., i. t I i, . . , ..(. i I ..v .rp, w i,.r. u..,e. . .u,- roiiowiiig uiis came exnimr.ons 01 scout vote time gn(, m hj e)tpedjtion pttrn emhn4ftiiii wprff mi(lir invent irni f.ton I wirt TI.; j n..llu .mn.! Hill l.v I . . ... . J ' It is know n, however, that such an in- f the Flying Eagle patrol under the direc vestigation is under way, but it is not tion of Patrol leader Karl Lane, the disclosed what progress, if any, has been semaphore code being used; a demonstra- made. Ition of first aid applications by the W The secretary acted with the full ap- poos patrol under the leadership of John ..m.-I 1 . r u,n V. .. ... . ti,-.. i j i i... i - r" 1 ... i i. .. " j i .i... r;.. , -ilT. toril. Jf we fajl tig time we uriBWHiu iu im m hi iiiiih'u inni. yiio j iiib niBKing oi nre oy means 01 iww "17 'T m V "- "Ker. xw the war. I'm not going to stop until the i... ...:..:. k ... s....M. I." "Z .... I ? tL: U V;" wr ' stopted. What I shall do next i r,.' I'1:- """""" w ' ,c 'c v" V.:.. ?"JrZ V.iit this mission fails I do not know. This ui me naiKMi. inner oeiiig me nr 10 pei a nre iu 1PB I mission ue tir i mil iu nil inncie us re- man nve miniues. inner conief isnis quest three days ago through Count von were Lawrence Kent, Wilfred Eisenwin- IV'rnstorli, the l,erman ambassador. An- ter and hrank woodcock. The exhibi- nouncement of the fact was, withheld Ition of last evening was the first public as a matter of courtesy to (.ermany I demonstration which has been successful and to prevent the charge being made in itarre. that the jury trying the warship-sup- j The second part of the program was ply conspirators of the Ilamburg-Ainer- the farce, "A Strenuous Afternoon," act- ican line in New lork had in anv way led bv 12 of the members of the troop. been mtlueneed in reaching a verdict. It The farce was intended to give a picture is taken for granted that Ambassador of scout life as it is actually led while von BernstorfT will order the attaches in camp, and to this end the stage was 'away as soon as he has exchanged com- decorated with evergreen trees surround munication with Berlin. ling a regulation forester's tent. Varhnis It also became known last night that I happenings on the imaginary afternoon brought out the scout discipline, ideas of honor, methods of communication bv sig nals, lirt aid appliances and the salute BRITISH CABINET MAY CUT OWN PAY Actio Prebsldy Following Fault Finding by Workmen After They Had Bee Asked te Economize. liomlon, 1W. 4. Tl cabinet is con sidering a plsn fr a j."c-rl n-.lwtton bv one thir l of irimi-t.rml uUiiri, FEDERAL LAW VIOLATION. Alleged Against Doten French-Canadian Lumbermen at Colebrook, N. H. Colebniok, X. If.. Dec. 4. Twelve lum- lwrmen, all French-Canadians, who have lieen cutting timlier for the oontr tors employed by the Conmvtirot ISitrr I .tim lier company, were artestej yctrrdy for lli'cil sltion of the federal contract UUr law. Amirdinjj to federal ollicisU, tlss Amerirsn ncany company oi I oniami, i' " Me.. ci.ntrs1ed last spring with the t on- j ' neitinit Kiver Lumber x.niptiy for TS.-it,'"m' (si i.r l of wwxl pulp. J he luniiMr company bt out the work t a number of eontrartor and it is alleged thst Canadian lunibentiea Toed t Iw Ixirder under contrsct aud assisted in the 'r-atiotis the Klepartment has under consideration the case of Alexander von Nulier, Aus- tro-IIiingarian consul general at New York, whose name frequently has been mentioned with those of Boy-ed and von Papen in connection with activities which have been frowned iin by the I'nited States government. It was said author tiatively that it had not been decided just what actionf if any, would be taken. MISSING MAN GOING WEST. John J. Murphy of Rutland Was Seen ia Cincinnati in realitr is to arouse public I sentiment against the horrors of war in favor of peace." V. J. Brvan said he was confident he would join Mr. Ford's party at The I Hague probably within a few w eeks. The statement dictated bv Mr. Brvan after his talk with Mr. Ford follows in part: "Mr. Ford is making an earnest and I unselfish effort in behalf of peace, and he ought to liave the good wishes and I sympathetic support of all who desire peace, even though some mar not fully share his faith in the immediate suc cess of this trip. Of course those who Iwsnt the war to continue ridicule the I effort, especially those w ho speak for tho big munition factories, which are close gave a lesson in physical training that was well wortln while. Inez Alab- erini and Jessie Melver, as "Ebene.erl Jefferson" and "Nchemiah Doolittle," the proverbial bad boys, acted their parts to the distraction of their teacher, "I'riscilla I Pennyworth' (Nina Casellnii) I h words of kmronw Fnll "The Rock-a-byo Lady," and "Little Blue Pig- t,le rC8"- '" of David h. White on upper eon," were set to music by Mrs. Snyder Newton street in the north end early ana nitrmiucea into the tarce as school this forenoon, when a blaze which origi- ' O I nut an in it a It a eamanf rf 4- It a Imnuo niiuui.l Mrs. Snvder. santf the so o nart of the " ". . "Little Blue Pigeon" in a delightfully 8UL'11 headway that the firemen, handi- childish manner. The closing songs were capped by inadequate water pressure at entirely original, the words, like the one 0f ti,e i,jgi,est altitudes iu the city, farce, being the work of Miss Ruie An-f , . ... , ., . mdl. and the musie hv Mi R..th Horn. ,ulKKU w tul,e ",lu "e . ' - I .1..L1 n e ;A t ' , , hrcv. isiuouurn ores oi us Kinti in several The latter part of the evening was months. The loss is partially covered by spent in games ana auncing, everyone nsurance of 41.000 in the .1. C. r.riix.js present taking part in and thoroughly .. ninvinir either one nr the other. 'S " l A 1 l r 1 pr I ..A il.. The cast: Anthea Cynthia Pin wheel, K1" lur"1 lro,u ""x " i Ruie Angel!; Dorothy Dimple Dickenson, corner of Brook and Fnrwell streets was Violet Brown; Llvira V ictonne Jones, goumled at 8:20 o'clock bv Jed. Leclair. T..a.i. 11. 1 . T'l . l I ' " um,mrey; xeneer rw anuer who wa. in the house when the fire as Jefferson, InexMaberim; h la 8op hronia diHOOVored by (:ieore The ullto ."""I"" iu,gers; ..eorge asu- flre trUL.k drj b Ja rulligl(n wa9 ington Lincoln Grant Rooseve t W ilson tm first to whee out ()f t,,e U) . imi n a i'lirnii, xiuiit-q 1UIIAIU, Jiailllttl be followed by two pieces of horse-drawn apparatus. At the corner of North Main and Brook streets, the auto truck, in making the turn, sideswiped the sign post on the north curb and grazed the fence which follows along Brook street for a f .1 , i.-.. . C i 1 . .. i. !:. "ft .vi ;r ;;'' tires left the wheel and the remainder of J . . r.. ' frhe run was mufiA iinder H i fli.-n Ir ph. mil, n-oi ii- , j i im:uw 1 kiiiit WUILU. . urn Louisa W7clls, Frances Finnigan; Henry White (.arroll Jackson, Ldith Reid; St rena Sora Hodgkins, Ida Moruzzi; Marie Jane Appleblossom, Grace McDonald; Mehitabel Joy Higgenbotham, Cliristina Graham; Nehemiah Doolittle, Jessie Mc thin coating of ice glazed the Newton street hill, a circumstance which made motoring along that roadbed rather baz- ... cj. :.,:..... i.. .1... school, high school faculty, the teachers i , . . . .,r - ., ... of the public sc-h.,ls, the Goddard train- "l '"1 and the three pieces of apparatus were left midway of the incline. Bevond a doubt the hre started in a pile of shingles in the basement. Mrs. White and other members of the family were in the kitchen when George Leclair opened the ceJlarway door, intending to descend the stairs for wood. A gust of smoke came through the aperture as the door swung open snd a quick Investiga tion disclosed much fire below. While Jed. Leclair was hurrying to ring in the alarm, others sought to extinguish the tire, but even then the smoke was so C'asellini; Supt. Mr. U. A. Smart, Phyllis V ercoe, Invited guests included seniors of the ing class with Miss Jenkins, the teach' ers' training class of 1915, Mrs. Fitzhugh of Montpelier high school, Miss Allinir- ham of Montpelier seminary, Mrs. Roseoe and Helen Roseoe, Principal and Mrs. II. II. Jackson, Supt. C. II. White and Mrs.MVhite, and the board of education with their wives. $1 A DAY FOR SHOWS. Other Than Those Presented by Local Talent in Montpelier. Forty five minutes sufficed for the thick that it was impossible to enter the transaction of business by the Montpel- basement. ier city council at a special meeting held With the "rival of the firemen two last evening principally to allow prop- 1,nP8 of ho ;pr lM from a hydrant erty owners in the city to appear and ner tne -"wooa avenue intersection register objections against the proposed "d tl,c "WK"J "PP'y of W1t,,r l,nd- assessments for dut laving on the "gn,t'd by chemical amratu, was streets the past summer. "Only one per- "a'1, w'th Hd, effwt- Apparently the son appeared, George Go, representing n.re ""u n"1 woraeu us way imo me pnr- Mrs. A. A. Guernsey of East SUte street, V , , V ' 4 . ' A t v ill II 1 1113 Ul fill if nr I lie I IB v iiiairtiu ui ii - to tl.e flag. The scout motto. "Be Pre- ""K"' material at a large prc.fit. TALK OF THE TOWN Rutland, IV-c. .4 While detm-tives and the pidice of New York. Brooklyn and Philadelphia for a we k have scan lied thisne iiti.'S for John J. Murphy, the utrsngely niiing treasurer of the Mar ble Navitiis bank has on, at bust, tin occasions made no attempt to ditguioe kis identity and has rcjiitrred at well- known hotel. When the trail ha serm- been lost there eoincs word from m. that Mr. Murphv was a guest at a leading boMelry in that city yeterdy. The lateftt clue ronii-rninu the mi- .... ...... ... . ........... J""!.. .... t t t:. .1 t . iOt I'lUliT f'l llllil I ill I ir in 11,1- lotlH 1,1 I pared." and the "Daily IJood Turn" idea was esjiccially emphasised. The farce ended with a rehearsal of the investiture service for the rank of tenderfoot. The cast was as follows: Scoutmaster. Mr. Hubbard; assistant scoutmaster, Winnifred Smith; "Touch," Charles Jack son; "rarmer, Howard McKmaht; "erv Small Scout." Charles Collins; orderly. John Shepard; two scouts, Lawrence Cauthier and Frank Woodcock; "Injured Scout, 11 if ton More; patrol leader. Earl Ijine; busier, Wendell Smith; candidate for tenderfoot rank. trlo Spear. Charles Jackson, as, the "touch, was epecuilly good, though all took their parts in a creditable manner. The entertainment re-eived the (rood attendance worthy of a cue like the loy scouts. This was to be experted. Ridicule is the favorite weapon of those who desire to oppose any movement when they find themselves unable to support their op position with argument. If any of the people on the ark had been making money out of the flood, they would prob ably have ridiculed Noah for sending out the dove. Success to Mr. Ford and companions. May they return with an olive leaf." VERMONT BUSINESS TROUBLES. Jane C. Burt, Botlmgtoa Busiaets Worn a a. Has 12,273 Debts. Rutland. Dee- 4 -Jane C, Burt of Bar- !in;rton, a mrri hsnt, doing lmine undrr name. Burt & Co., J eterdT CU-d "PAST MASTERS" AT BANQUET. Beautiful Jewel Was Presented to Peter Mutch. Past masters of Granite chapter. No. 26. R. A. M, were the hosts at a dinner piten at Hotel Barre list evening to pat snd A. M. of Barre. Summit lodce of itr,,,t committee. reK.rte, to the coun nd he came not to enter any complaint but to make known the !ire for more ttention on that street in the future. A supplementary resolution to the one adopted September 15, tixnig the li cense foes for moving picture houses iu the city was presented, the addition be ing the fixing of a dollar a day fee for itinerant shows given in the city, surh M the presentation of the "Birth of a Nation." The resolution was referred to the license committee for a wqsirt. The matter of making suitable repairs to the ice house bridge, connecting the Worcester branch road with Cum mines street, was left with the ftreet commit tee with power to set, on motion of Al derman Gallaher. This matter was dis cussed at the last reualr sossion and at that time the opinion of the council seemed to be in favor tf having the bridge repaired wo that it would be in condition for heavy carting next spring. The bridge at the present time lints down stream although it apjicars to be safe for travel. Alderman Bran, as chaiiman of the a Uiwim fmm Ki.-lu.rd H. Ivce. .117"" "'7 V 1. Kual.nd en. I enKm-r. who ,. en?,Ped j !" "'T ,W' "t "f . , . . , . ! nited Mstes oourt. Her attorney in protessionsl woik in ( otumlxis. The i!linitow rb and to the pt oommsn- ders of St. Aldeniar rotnnuindi-ry. N. II. Knifhts Templar. 1 hirt v-,-en covers were laid and a subotsritiiil turkey dinner wved by Manager J. V, Kowea proved to I one of t'ie mot popular features of the'reunHHi of the "'psots." Wloeh was one of the rult which the pat mster esfwiied to attain w hn tlwy uf Hutlimrtiwi. She !"' ?' 1or " a f,.7o nil by ! .o,nw " ii- fMi-'i inter- cil that the Chase bridge, bsated on the Worcet.r branrh road, is to be re paired at on.. I he necfi-ity of eiesnina t'te upper minishing and it was no easy mutter to gain an entrance to the basement. Smoke tilled every room in the dwelling. Three ladder were ued to scale the house and when the firemen were not occupied with getting at the flames, they rendered service in the way of salvaging furniture and wearing apparel. Frequently the blase found its way through the first floor, but it was quickly smothered. The sMiihI fire damage was relatively small, although smoke effivted the ruina tion of manv articles of value and water damage will bulk rather larpe in the nskoning of losses. Just how the lire could have broken out in the basement bard to explain, the uiemtier of the family ssv. as the cellar was in-ed onlv for storsire purposes. The house was not heated by a furnace. Before the firemen came the occupant, with the aid of neighbors, had removed the mote valuable pieces of furniture and as the fire was slow in coiiiniunn stinif t the partitions, it is thought that tne Ions would have lieen confined to a mm h lower figure bad the water ireure been adequate. Wheeled vehicle f all kinds found Vewton street a hard rJ to travel un der prewnt cmibt ton. Antornolnlis fbvki'd to the lire .ihi.i the ln.ti- uufus I.. Brown . . ... .... ... .. ; I t i i . .-n i i . . ... wlmh fr..ll.ly wil ts tno,, r.y a . . . , , ., ..iiun.i,v ipii unu-i.,,,, ,Wlr .. ... , ,j.im !Hm program sMer dinner exer.ws, in.itat.on t,. tlx. m.,n of P.-bam.t I 1 ''- 6 ;r"f tob.mU,.. t.....v. .rr.r.-,,tlv m,!" ' ' ff ,,l',C:ll 1 rm . I.i b aff.M ae.rr.1 -em- ,o F,ve p a third o, ,e.r The -f - T tJ"' "T iZZrulZ t hronicle. ;- ..-..-- - - - ; i.urr ,n ..rm wi'f.f" in niipr ) f ,1 K,mul,,.A K,mlll Tl.it li.u- I "'tr f"f rnakin five minnte he. vM..e,.le irUls. Is. d,.. w.-U. de. imatH ...her by ; in ,he W et snd rt I -as W. .e "j,,; ' m" n 'uttlr tbe affair the n.tn're of a ,.1.,ed ,n the work,,, IV iZVtZZSiiXu V, a". 1.1711 ",T ' ''J' m tV; lu I ,Z." l-Hy -f P'ter Vut.h A1i,,ll,,s.Hl,-l..ftl.f l..!etwr,,W i T i'.i 1? i, . , hat If l.bmti.(r ni.der lb- h,.m ; . . . i-mg mm .. n..f.-)r of D Ma..r M.Kenoa. at a tele ,. .-n'. r.-,... , .fv.lv estimated that Barre bt -,, , , deb.ted ty tW It TCl., X ! fr.teys.it i. Par,. To.atma.tet WO- i,.,tH t wk.r. I.. e- m-e. w h-, - ..s l.tm, esprit. este.-Vd U,)lfwi U at t .,-,.r y tsf tt-e j ' "' Van' "h'" ' , fcw ,,n, m.rk. ,) o,-.'-.- ate,- to.ar.l ,-..,.B,r bad Her. take. ' 9rrr ! ...eta k lhr Hsa. T.e Urk I " 1 . . ,m. Mr. Mnt.-b a A U the no.u.t.r. .,i - ml -Tv.nt. "Mt.g V "" j b.a -t.fi H mtrr m,ni.i ..-T,:"" 7r7trr ImmfM f"h h a ft m.-tr'. j.,el . . In ur mmt if I aw h tt firlnmtr ! i ... ... i .. ..... ...I fl.s V LI r HfKlSIl CiTTICT KX I ' . alls. sen. ir rrrwei mipnai.n jwi i lift, mum - ' " - l ' i Iliti k..'.l rraervoir at IVrlin mit wa nmniit t- WMindn. and the tire truck not the fore thr council and the matter wa. left ,,ir n,nt.-drien vehicle that inmus with the water committ.-e with p"rrltered nUtacle. in mak ni! the as.-rnt. to act a they aee fit. A inventory of the damage done t. Direr building ivrmit were granted ( , tifP xr, v. tt.r the teg machine w .a t. the following applicant: Joh. Uy.n. !,,,,,), back in tw t.tt.ii t.ear msii re trt reiir foiin. latum of a Iwmar at lil I ,...A ,n- . I, (,,, i. in t!.e mud- 'Berlin .In-rt; W. ). Marvin, to make timA. Vitrr nllisran sttt". that tl refmira to farm Uul lings im Barre ;,..r a),,l ,k.n cn.i.leral.U a. it ' l I, I, II 1 ...... 1 ! ... f''i; !"" r. ii. ii. cimq vrraicia a porimctwd 1 1 -tter at Hr str.t-1 m biHiae at 1 Kullert..n aetioe. ,Mlt 9m, ,h,mt turn wh. ,tl,c Ix-e'a akid-ted on the ,t pa.e LONG IN POOR HEAITH. i'TT?- "' VTl V! m 1 " HTIrfl 1 r- W'Tyl a.-f- T - ARK STILL !1ITTIN(; HKITISII COMMERCE Ie Met Jferrfcstit Trails Vrrf Seek is Kediferrsnrs f art f Crew f K.:are rae el i. Of bet Crew Cefcutw. Tae. S 1 mr 1ftr as ran.. I t lrf v. ' v a, ..i. tn- t vr.5 tr--i?j t' t Xt '' C'-r lias "."a - !!. I .,.f tm-n 'A t'r J.;dt1j vr- k a wi..4e4 a4 3 r mn-i i 1 l- t to. Trjwr . J ? rr.-w f . tlir mioitf trran-rr. DEKOCBATS SEtECT CLAKKE Fef rrraiSret. Pre Ten-pore, sf J. 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