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THE BARME DAILY TIMES
VOL. XIX-NO. 242.
liAlUlK. VERMONT, TUESDAY, DECEMUElt 28, 1913.
PRICK, OXE CEXT.
FRENCH ATTACK
HERZSTEIN
German Oflicial Statement
-Does Not Give Outcome
of the Offensive
FRENCH TELL OF '
ARTILLERY FIGHT
i
to negotiate for pouce, the meeting be-jii ll A RRni M l
came tumultuous. "Jt would astoniHii IWI fl V H'tTl 1 1 I I f P
thu world." mid I.oclmer. "if we nmdullf III I I lJ I'VI Mm
known ut thin time wlint iiilliu-iin are
at work for peace. We have every as
surance, that the project will meet with
favor, although at thia time it cannot
bo Bind what it behind the movement.
Along the Whole Front in
the Vosges Russians
Claim Success
Reconnaissance by allied aviators over
the positions occupied by troops of the
central powers across the Greek border
reveal that there are apparently no prep
arations in progress for an advance on
Salonika, according to Athens advices.
Greek official circles are said to feel now
that there is small danger of military
operations extending into Greek Mace
donia. King Constantine of Greece is re
ported by Athens correspondents to be
favorably impressed by General Castel
nau's exposition of the military situation
on the occasion of the recent Interview
between King George and the French
general staff.
Petrograd reports a successful naval
operation off Bulgaria's Black sea coast
and declares it has reason to believe that
one or two submarines that attacked a
Russian destroyer were sunk. Successes
for the Russians in outpost operations in
the Riga district and in Volhynia are
announced by the Russian war office.
To-day's French official statement de
scribes an artillery engagement of great
activity over the whole front in the
Vosges. The German headquarters state
ment to-day says the French have at
tacked the German lines at Hinstein, but
the details of the outcome of the attack
are lacking.
VICTORY IN PERSIA.
Russians Claim Opposing Army Suffered
Heavily.
Petrograd, via London, Dec. 28. The
defeat by RiiHsian troops in Persia of a
formidable force among which wen? sev
eral thousand Persian insurgents is re
ported in an olliuial statement issued
yesterday by general headquarters. It
is declared that the opposing army suf
fered heavily and was badly broken up
under the Russian attack.
The Germans liave been active along
the Riga-Dwinsk front, according to
the statement, using gas in some of
their attacks, but, were repulsed in all
instances. The statement is as follows:
"At several points on the Riga front
our artillery was successful against en
emy batteries, silencing them.
"South of Ikskul, the Germans at
tacked our trenches under the cover of
gas. On the JJwinsk front the Ger
mans repeatedly tried to leave their
trenches, but were easily driven back.
"There is no change on the other
front.
"In Tersia our troops defeated a Ger
man-Turkish force, among whom were
several thousand rebel JVrsia gendarm
erie and others armed with artillery and
machine guns. The enemy lost sev
eral of their positions. Many were killed
or wounded and the rest ned."
BRITISH-INDIAN CORPS
LEAVES WEST FRONT
Destination of the Soldiers is Not Re
vealedKing Sends Message to
Them Through the Prince
of Wales.
London. Dec. 28. A British Indian
army corps left France for another field
of operation, it was officially announced
last niirht. At the parade of the Indian
army corps before it left France, the
following message from tncir King anu
emperor was delivered to the men by
the Prince of .Wales t
"More than a year ago I summoned
you from India to fight for the safety
of my empire and the honor of my
pledged word on the battlefields of lie
gium and France. The confidence which
I then expressed in your senses of duty,
your courage and your chivalry you since
have nobly justified.
"I now require your services in an
other field of action, but before you
leave France I send my dear, gallant
son, the prince of Wales, who has shared
with my armies the dangers ana nara-
ships of the campaign, to thank you
in my name for your services ana to
express to you my satisfaction.
"British Indian comrades-in-arms,
yours has been fellowship in toils, hard
ships, courage and endurance often
against great odds in deeds nobly done
m days of ever memorable conflict, in
the warfare waged under ifow conditions
and in peculiarly trying circumstances
you have worthily upheld the honor of
the empire and the great traditions ot
my army in India.
1 have followed your fortunes witn
the deepest interest and watched your
gallant actions with pride and satisfac
tion and I mourn with you the loss of
many trallant oflicers and men. Let it
be your consolation, as their pride, that
they freely gave their Jives in a just
cause for the honor of their sovereign
and the safety of my empire. They died
gallnnt soldiers and I hall ever hold
their sacrifices in grateful remembrance.
"You leave France with just pride
in honorable deeds already achieved and
with my assured confidence that your
proved valor and experience will eon
tribute to further victories in the new
fields of action to which you go.
"I pray God to bless snd guard you
and bring you back safely when final
victory is won, each to his own home,
there to be welcomed with honor among
his own people.'
OPEN BREACH
Austro-Hungarian Reply to
American Note on Ancona
May Stir Resentment
UNCONFIRMED ADVICE
TO PARIS HAS IT
Diplomatic Rupture Said to
Be Expected in Vienna
Government Circles
Taris, Dee. 28. Unconfirmed advices
from Vienna, published by Petite Jour
nal, say the impression prevails in Austro-Hungarian
government circles that
the forthcoming reply to the second
American note regarding the Ancona in
cident will bring about a diplomatic rup
ture between the two nations,
The Journal's dispatch, forwarded from
Geneva, says: "According to advices from
Vienna, the Austro-Hungarian answer to
the American note was the subject of a
long discussion Sunday night between
Premier Tisza of Hungary and the Austro-Hungarian
foreign minister, Baron
Von Burian. The foreign minister also
conferred with Dr. IHunba, the former
ambassador at Washington. Although
no definite decision has yet been reached,
the impression in governmental circles is
that the answer will brmg about a diplo
matic rupture."
Washington, I). C, Dee. 28. Austria,
according to unofficial information re
ceived from authoritative quarters to
day, will not meet the demands of the
tinted .State in her forthcoming reply
to the Ancona note and Teutonic diplo
matic circles ale represented as prepared
for severance of diplomatic relations.
PAWTUCKET FIRE
CAUSED DEATH
John Kelley Victim and Three Others
Badly Hurt, One of Whom
Will Probably Die.
Pawtucket, R. I., Dee. 28. John Kelley
is dead and three other persons were
injured, one of them probably fatally, as
the result of a fire in a restaurant under
the New York hotel on Broadway early
this morning. They with others, wero
carried from the building by policemen
and others who volunteered iu the rescue.
FOWL QUALITY
THE FEATURE
At the Tenth Annual Show others. ,
of the Vermont Poultry
Association
In praising the quality of the bird ex
niuiieu,
All birds In the show are disin
with carbonol by an expert represent
tive of the Its r re Manufacturing com
pany of Boston-
Special prizes have been offered by the
Moxie company, through its local dis
tributors by A. W. Allen A. Co., the
liarre .Saving Bank 4, Trust uo. and
mil DEFENDANTS'
MOTION DENIED
JOSEPH A. DeBOER'S
FUNERAL TO-DAY
TEN GUESTS TAKEN
FROM SIXTH FLOOR
When Fire and Smoke Cut Off Exit by
Stairways, Janitor in B. A. A. Build
ing, Boston, Ran Elevator Up
Twice Through Pe'riL
Boston, Dec. 28. Ten guests who were
sleeping on the upper floors of the Bos
ton Athletic association building on Ex
eter street early this morning were cut
off from escape by the stairways when
fire was discovered m a kitchen on the
sixth floor. The night watchman rescued
them, however, by making two trips
with the elevator through blinding
smoke. The flames were :nflned to the
sixth floor.
FINE AGGREGATION'
OF BIRDS DISPLAYED
Bishop A. C. A. Hall of Burlington Was
Offlciaitng Clergyman Bearers Were
Former Associates in the National
Life Insurance Company.
The funeral of Joseph A. DcBoer, presi
Gymnasium On Church St., dent of the. National Life Insurance com
pany, whose death occurred at Montpelier
Saturday morning, was held at Christ
Episcopal church in Montpelier this aft
crnoon, following a prayer service held
at the DcBoer residence, corner of State
street and Western avenue.
Bishop A.' C. A. Hall of the Vermont
Episcopal diocese officiated at the serV'
Barre, Is Scene of
Exhibition
ORANGE COUNTY COURT ENDS.
DEAF MUTES IN TRAGEDY.
Man Then Shoots His Wife and Kills
Himself.
Olean, N. Y., Dec. 28. George Tcck
committed suicide last night after shoot-
his wife. Mrs. Peck will recover. The
shooting occurred in the presence of
thoir 11 -year-old son. The loy said his
father and mother who were mutes
quarreled in the sign language over Mrs.
Peek's desire to bring her mother to
Olean.
MONTPELIER
ITALY'S MONARCH
REPORTED INJURED
But Despatch from Berlin Says That Re
port Is Sensational Rumor King
Victor Is Said to Have Been
Wounded by Grenade.
Berlin, via Saylville wireleaa, D-c. 28.
A report that King Victor F.mmanutl of
Italy waa wounded by n Austrian gren
ade and is in a hospital wan given out
to-dy hy the (hftwii agency, which
rlenrribe the report a a acntiational
rumor.
Another rumor htoucht by traveler
from northern Italy and whirh in said to
be generally believed, i that one gen
eral, w Uo was an intimate f the king,
lias lxn hot for maintaining relation
aits tit enemy.
Herman Colson Ordered Committed to
State Hospital for Three Months.
As the result of a hearing held yester
day afternoon before Probate Judge
Frank L. Martin, Herman Colson of
Barre was ordered committed to the
state hospital at Wsterbury for a period
of .three month, tolson, who was ad
judged an inebriate, has been eonrined at
the hospital for the at month, folate's
Attorney F. E. (ileason conducted the
examination of witnesses at the hearing.
AMERICAN MAIL
WAS SEIZED
By British Government from Steamships
on Way to Holland Despatch Not
Clear as to Whether It Was
First-Class Matter.
Berlin, via Sayvillo, wireless, Dec. 28.
The seizure by the British govern
ment of American mail from two steam
ships on the way to Holland was repoit-
d in a Rotterdam dispatch given out
to-day by the Overseas news agency.
According to the news agency, the steam
ers were the Dutch steamship Xicuw
Amsterdam and the Norwegian steam
ship Christian Micbtielson, both bound
from New York to Rotterdam.
The foregoing d not make clear
whether the mails seized included first-
class matter or simply parcel post ship-
menu. The Itntuh government lias
taken the stand that parcel post matter
must lie regarded as freight and exempt j
from the protection given first-class mat
ter under the international postal con
vention. Washington, it is understood,
concurred in this view.
MUCH SHIPPING DESTROYED.
Teutonic Submarines are Renewing Their
Activities.
London, Dee. 28. The French steam
er Villa IV Ijl Ciotat, proceeding from
the far East for Marseille with many
paaaengi-ra aboard, ha lieen torpedoed in
the Mediterranean. The Ions of life
among the paenger and etew is es
timated at eighty, the survivors lieing
picked up by a British d earner and
taken ta Malta. The oflicial announce
ment of the attack from Pari aays
that the vessel was sunk without warning.
The 4..VH1 ton British hip led.m, from
Iloston and i-',,',"lt-
Her crew
WITHDRAW FROM BORDER.
Bulgarians Said te Have Gone Back Feur
Kilea from Greek Line.
!xn,ln. Dec. 2 A d-oath to tle
Timea from foniki uji:
"11e l'.ultrrisri bate withlrswB f'-ur
miles fr'-m I te I. re-Ik frotttw-r ltwn
'., 'i tl Itran at I are I .or
tifvinc a 1r..i j line . natural . s t . .
otir s 1 ' aaaik of f t t ip
larnr f 1 t-1 ! t'-e fne cut her td
ei-erj-a l ,;' v tHitS'tl"
Carroll Doby left this morning for St.
Albana, where be commenced his du
ties as advance agent for the Lyceum
Comedy company, a attxk company
playing through New England and New
York state.
Heaton Ryan left to day for Worces
ter, Mas., where he ia attending Worcea
ter academy, hating made a brief visit in
the city with mother.
James IViyle returned to inoki lat
night to resume bis studies at St. Mi
chael a college, after a few days' lisit
with his mother n Kent street, this city.
William M.lo went to Burlington tins
morning to attend the two data tour
nament and annual meeting of the- Ver
mont rhei ker league. Several other lo
cal memhers jdan to go to Burlington
to attend the meet it g tomorrow.
Mr. Jamee (I Urien of hpringfletd.
Maw.. w! ia timting- hit parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas MiMahon, if HifT
street, went to JUihmond to visit rela
tive to-day.
Iite jeMerday sftern'wm Ve1em In
in reir no-n aweee Je! in completing
a erreuit from tiie i ai .f!'-e to r-'l' n
and Hiii lierton snd Niinei was ban-ll-d
f om Hit ! - l nfliif in IVwtoa an
n.temeiate j-int on t'-e nifle wire
Ut eieinftg.
In (rrolwle r.rrt tti Jf-fm. I'.n'y I
W. meent of Lat M" iiiit Milled
1 i. .o.fi,t a a1, nHrtrator .-.-' W, S H" "f
Many Advices GrantedAssistant Judge
Buell Dead.
Chelsea, Dec. 28. In the case of Helen
V. Robinson vs. Elsie Thelgen, or Elsie
Tuelgen Roberts, which was heard in
Orange county court last week, the jury
returned a verdict for the rdaintift to
recover $700 for alienation of affections.
The plaintiff, who is a New Jersey lady,
sued to recover Sj.OIX). llliam S. I'm
gree of White River Junction represented
the plaintiff, and John N. Harvey of
Barre and Hilliam it. Sprague of Chel
sea appeared for the defendant. Excep
tions were taken by the defendant, and
the case may go to the supreme court.
This being the last case to be tried
by jury, the jury were on Thursday dis
charged for the term. After discharging
the jury, the court turned its attention
to the hearing of divorce cases, and bills
were granted in the following:
Richard Druge vs. Edith C Dnige, bill
granted for adultery. S. C Wilson ap
peared for the libelant.
Lucy Prescott vs. John Prescott, bill
granted for neglect and refusal to sup
port, and libelant given the rigjit to re
sume her maiden name. D. b. Conant
appeared for the libelant.
Ida May Scott vs. Will A. Scott, bill
granted for intolerable ewverity. William
C. White of Xorthfield appeared for the
libelant. . " . - I
(Jertrude M. Tucker vs. Charles C.
Tucker, bill granted for intolerable se- j
verity, and eustmlv of two minor clul
dren decreed to libelant. . H. prague
and r. S. Williams for libelant.
May Merritt vs. Oscar X. Merritt, bill
granted for neglect and refusal to sup
)ort and custody of two minor children
decred to petitioner. D. S. Conant ap
peared for lilielant.
Henry Rhodes vs. Clara Rhodes, bill
granted for desertion. C. Wilson ap
peared for libelant.
Nellie M. Sargent vs. Charles J. Sar
gent, bill granted for intolerable severity
and petitioner granted right to resunn
maiden name. K. W. Smith appeared
for llbeliUlt.
Elizabeth C Sanborn vs. John W. San
born, bill granted for intolerable severity
and petitioner given right to resume
maiden name. D. S. Conant for libelant.
Lillian E. Coffin vs. I-afayctte L. Cof
fin, bill granted for intolerable severity
and custody of one minor child decreed
to plaintilL John X. llarvev for libelant.
Frank 11. llaxelton vs. .Vita II. llar.l
ton, bill granted for willful di-eertion.
S. C. Wilson for libelant.
Daisy Page va. Otis Page, bill granted
for intolerable severity and cutodv of
one minor child decreed to libelant.
George W. Pike of Lisbon, X. II., ap
peared for libelant.
Clio A. iMnohu v. deorge II. Dono
line, bill granted for intolerable severity
and petitioner granted right to resume
maiden name. K. A. 1 1 n r appeared for
A crowing and a eackling, the one of
chanticleer and the other of the aristo
cratic duck, ushered in the 10th annual ioegi boirifr assisted by Coadjutor Bishop
exhibition of the Vermont Poultry asso- G. Y. Bliss and Rev. Homer A. Flint,
ciation in the Church street gymnasium wrtor of Christ church. Charles V Ixiwe
this forenoon. Rarely in the history of of Montpelier sang Crossing the Bar.
i, .-iofi. i,. . mm. r,.fAntin.i The honorary bearers were officials of
evblhit hBn Starr-,! anvwhere hi Ver- tf' National Life Insurance company,
mont. Quality birds predominate and Vice-President Fred A. Howland. Ireas-
careful observers are as one in the opin- urer irnr . uit.er, tarence jc. moul
ion that a finer aggregation of birds was ; -
never assembled in the state. The floor ueorge nriggs, rrana. a. umn. u.m
at the gvm. has been divided into ave- J" K. Goss. The pall hearers were
nues with a thoroughfare for nearly ?.: Bennett, Henry Holt, Dorman
everv aneciea of WHiltrv common and ranK A- "T'n. "non a.
' . ' I M..tir A VK.r.av.1 all Amnlnvoo rtf
uncommon in Vermont. ' 'r-v;-
Older members of the association, and '"c " '' w reB
the show has drawn oh its membership -"0"nl cemetery. '
from far an,! nMr aav that no show in I Among those who attended the fu-
ln v-.,. h.. .nnrn.cl.-d tli. 1015 exhibit npr were: Senator William P. Dillmg
noint of nimlitv. Ttreeders annarentlv hftm. ex -Gov. Samuel E. Pingree of Hart
have show
only their
ly an exce
mttrlilu .f-nr..wi'l luifira i Vi a IrMnaTI Uf r
ne?miftld to exhibit them on the floor I resident of Montpelier, Henry Gutchell of
This vear a iuvenile department is l-rov- A1 ? - I"" aWcr"ian a L -Iont"
. t "j o.. ii.i,. pelier. t liarles V. uammons and Charles
..?.. i 14 i ,i i, C. Oilman -of Boston, Judce L. P. Slack
class of exhibitors has already justified KSt- Johnsbury. Harry Blodgctt of St.
the step taken in lehalf of the young-1 Johnsbury, A. G. Sprague of St. Johns-
sters by the association at its last annual "ur-?la? 1 "we" "UT"""a:
Merrill of Lnosburg falls, W. J.
irn.j t ir w &;4:..i.A.. s r ...11...
n a predilection lor exhibiting I l.Z'l '
fanciest fowls, and with scarce- 5lule measurer a iter r. iwio, . r n-
ption, birds have been thor- ,;' v' 74, , 1. ","v"",
ivjeorge uvwey oi i ornaiiu, .-ie., a ioi iiht
meeting.
Olin
Breen
Judues George P. Coffin of Freeport, am J,',n B.r"irh ,' ' Alban. Speaker
Me., andeorgo W. Weed of East Lee, " J.I T.
.,. .:..j s 41,. i .4 ..!. uoun u. rargeni, ui iuoiow, ex-.TiieaK-r
Mass., arrived in the city last evening 7, ... x . ' , ,,T
and are staying at Hotel Barre, where a Thomas C. Cheney of Morrisville C
majority of the out of town exhibitor. V" of ""V4""' H- L. Ward of
I UUI ijiiioii, 0. v ll.UIIIHn Ul DUJUIIK'
ton, nenry rnaw 01 jwrnngton, noi.
are registered. The judges were on
floor early to-day and by 10:30 o'clock , : TC' ; o ,;.. ..r 7r 'o. 1.
they had begun their work. Barred " "" "
Plymouth Sock, were the first objects of of hton' A" A" ,t,,,,e of
their scrutiny and by noon that breed T:."T. J.'."" Ii
had been effectively ju.lged. so effectively 4 V T 1 r? f
in fact that several brSdn were rejoic- 1 ,urdltt "f 1 on ' C' 1
William Rockefeller and Ten
Other Former New Haven
Directors Must Be Tried
JUDGE HUNT RULES
IN COURT T0-r
Men Are Charr' ,ith Con-
spiracy f ;tonopolize ,
New England Traffic
New York, Dec. 28. Judge Hunt to
day denied the motions of the defense to
dismiss the case against William Rocke
feller and 10 other former directors of
the Xew York, Xew Haven & Hartford
railroad who are on trial on the charge
of conspiracy to monopolize the trans
portation trallic of .New hngland.
Judge Hunt also denied the motion to
strike out the testimony relating to the
Metropolitan steamship deals which in- '
volved Edward D. Bobbins.
PROMINENT N0RTHFIELD MAN.
J , 1 , . .1 . 4 4l.: I IIHLW VI iOOtlllKl
Hiir in oeinir ine nrsi 10 receive incir f,,., , ,',.'., k..-.t.n
.w.r. Tim wnrV of Indoinor involves P-n",u iu uliey ul ixonmieiu
considerable time and even though the
AH the bank s of Montpelier closed dur
inff the afternoon and many stores closed
during the time from 2 to 4 o clock, while
others drew the shades in their windows.
NATIVE OF ST0CKBRIDGE.
greater part of the afternoon was given
over to examining the birds on their
merits, it was announced that all awards
will not have been made before to-mor
row noon at the earliest. Possibly, if
the influx of birds continues, it will lie
near the end of the second day of the Julius C Newton, Prominent Resident of
show before the last award is made. Putney, Dead,
DirAfnra stf Hw, fclinur arn .am fttlv I
v,;., .w th. n,.Mi ill .hnw it. Brattleboro, Dec, 28. Julius C. Xew
. r.tin. w !. vmn..inm ton, 77 years old, a prominent farmer,
early and often. Kvery effort" has been f fornl,r memlH-r of the Vermont legis-
mH tn rr.n.o. th. vvli hitinn floor for 'iuic .,u mil .eiriaii, uieu nv
the convenience of visitors and no pains
will be spared to extend to all visitors
every courtesy. A small admission fee
is charged for children and youngsters.
To-night Judge Coffin, who has familiar
ised himself with poultry breeding!
throughout the East, is to be the speaker I
George H. Richmond Died Last Night-
He Founded Northfield News.
Xorthfield, Dec. 28. deorge IL Jiich-
mond, a native of Xorthliold and who
had spent nearly all his life here, died
at 6:30 last evening following a long
period of ill health. He had a severe
sickness a year ago and was not in
good health since that time until three
weeks ago when his last illness came
upon him.
He was o!) years of age and leaves his
wife; one daughter, Mildred, wife of Fay
Graves, of Springfield, Mass.; a, son
Ralph Richmond, of Springfield, Mass.;
and one brother, Carl S, Richmond of
Northfield. With the exception of a few
years spent in New York state, Mr.
Richmond had always resided in North-
field and during most of the years of
is business lite he had been connected
ith printing work. He established the
Xorthfield News snd was its first pub-
Biier back in 18,8. He served for more
than sixteen years as postmaster here,
retiring from the ollice in June, 1914.
Since that time he had given his time
more closely to his private business,
which included the Nativnal Memorial
company, producers of memorial cards,
and the Direct Advertising company .
Mr. Richmond was a member of the
Masonic, the Odd Fellows and the Wood
men's lodges and was also a member of
the Methodist church.
The funeral will be held from his late
home, corner of Main and South street
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'vlockJMnd
interment will lie in the cemetery at
Northlield Center.
TALK OF TIIE TOWN
Old and new dunces will lie in order at
Howland hall Jan. ti. A good time for
all. adv.
Glen Merrill, who is employed in Bos
ton, is spending the holidays at his home
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Collamer and Miss
I a lira Collamer, who liave'Wn visiting
at the home of George H. Collamer. re
turned to-day to their home in Shelburn.
Mrs. Arthur McNeil and little win.
Wesson, of Hill street left to-day for
Ijicnnis. N. 11.. where thev will visit Mr,
!ora II. Wilfore va. Titua H. Wilfore.
Hill granted for intolerable severity and
libelant granted right to resume maiden
name. H. A. Hoar for libelant.
Anna IIiit Tlolu'en va. John Thel-
("aleutt NovemlsT 81, for
New York, has been sunk
waa saved.
Casimltiea l.Wcie are nelievel to
have occurred in the torpedoing of the
lt-lci.n kf-am-r Miiithtr Henjirrt two
l....l...,i. f !.. -r.. ..t mWI. .r. ..;,l!gn. Tina waa a bd!y contested case.
to 1 unaccounted f -r. j whi.-h la -ted two day., and a there were
Aetmtic. l.v the ..il.inarii.ei of the l'I"'" J ";"' ''" mcii m.gt.l
nae io rw iri ernnne-i oy froce.tiirgn in
(Uattctry. the -e waa entered with the
court. alla"e Batehelder aip-ared for
the M, Is 1. 1 and John N. Harvey and
W. H. S'ragiie appi-ao-d f'T the litnlee.
Tlii compMed the woifc of the term.
Teutonic allie. i further evidenced by
the fact that within the last few days
they have eotit to the bid torn Brit if 'i
shipping amounting to a teflnage ,f
nnrlr 1 .".
CASHIER FOILS BANK LOOTERS
Slip. Bonds and Sheets Ven Eictpinj
with ,5 ia Fan4s.
l.rmt. . I. 2. KHfT liavinr been
tir into the brk vault with In
hand td bv t y.Milli. w b bestir
Hv r- '.'-d ti. .!,k f l.ii t f ".
LOCHNEII HAS SECRET
TO SURPRISE WORLD
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hu h t''k it final ad inurnment on Fri
day morning. Jn-t jrio.r to it adfiim
ment, n'wa was re-ird of the d,ath of
the junk- assistant judif"1. Samuel H.
('.mil of St'.fford, and iion it r-eeit
the following was lot ri"diK-d bv Stanh y
t'. W Jn, wl,ih wa. ad'td in f a
iwiet :
Jt Iw.mn or d d"tr to it f,rnj
tai the II. -sim.. lit )tit,tl
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i sVd and i ' ... , ... , , . .. .
a, riortuT l ie Ymr. I .now tn.i l
his borne on Putney road last night.
He was born in Stockbridge June '12,
1S."1S, and when alsmt four years old wg
taken to Knficld, N. II.. where he lived
until he was IN years of age in the Slvak
er community. He came ' to Putney,
where he lived three years before enlist-
at a meeting of all persons interested in "A' J'1 T'T .
poultry. The couit room at city hall """" " "
ha been reserved for the meeting andP''- ,
the Uvture will begin at 7:30 o'clock. 41 . ' ',, u''lc"e " Pfr
I the large Bradley farms and then be
Winners in Barre Plymouth Rock Class. !, ,, tn l';j,r. Ulm.l v v u-l,r i,
At noon to-day the Ju.lges announced lived ID years. In PHll he returned to -McNeils sist. r, .Mr. I. awards, mr a weeK
the following awards to cover entries in Brattleboro and purchased the farm on or 'rc.
the Barred Plymouth Rock class: Putney road where he bad since lived.; l Bern ice Wl.iteomb who h Wen
First cork. F.dwin Keast; 2d cock. While living in the tow n of Dummeriton passing a lew uhjs wi.n 't ...,
Oiarle. Olliver; 3d co. k, William Olliver; he held several town olliees, being ( Jir. tnu .Mr., r. i.n.o.iio o. i n
4th co,k. J. Frank Perrv. representative in IHvi. He wa master street, returned yesterday to Y.s
First and 2d hens. J. Frank Perry: 3d of Protective grange of Brattlelsiro at Junction, wncre ne is cmpiojei
hen, tlisrl.Mi Olliver; 4th hen. Kdwin one time and a member of Sedgwic k post, Metmgrapi.er in me hiiiit oi i.-e
Keast; nth ben. William Olliver. G. A. K.. Wanfa-ti.iuet lodge of Mdj"'y " "l-
First and 2d t'ullet. William Olliver; 3d rellowa and tlie (enter Congregational
and 4th pullet, F.dwin Keast; Sth pullet, church, lie was twice married, hia first
J. Frank Perrv. I wile hcing Ivste tmrke ot rntney, w ho
First pen of chick. Cliarle Olliver; 211 died Sept. 3. 1M3. leaving one son, Carl
pen. Ldw in Keast j 3d pen, Willinm Ol- New ton of Diimmerstim. Hi second w ife
liver. Iwaa Kate tiilfi-atlier of Fisher Island.
Special on color, male. Charlea Olliver; Iwho urvie him with two on. Julio
special on shape, male. F.dwin Keast. j Xew ton and Stanhy Newton, w lio live
Special on color, female, J. Frank 11 Home. 1 r.e iiineral Will t iiei.l at
Perry; special on hape, female, William Ithe house at 2 oclo.k Wednesday aft.-r-
Olliver. In"n and the burial will be in Prospect
Hill rrtmtrrv.
rOULTHY SHOW NOTES.
Prin. (Iiarle Pamper! of the free even
ing drawing , bool created the life like Harlow Hatcli Krleaaed frem Caledonia
ACCUSED MAN GETS BAIL.
rooster which adorn, the show hoard at
tH corner of Washington and tlmrch
streets.
Alderman F.dwin Keast drew the frst
County JaiL '
M. Ji hnslmrv. W. 2-IIrIow- l!.t,!i.
held for tie m"rler of Sumner I..
Mood of tie exhibition. Mr. Kest. w ho Hiow n tn Cic former 'a d rmi here
ia one of the wheel lior.es in tl stale
assor,.t ion. bad i-n-clr te,pel inside
te gm. when a f nil crow n r sler
last .lu!v. wss rtdeawd eter.Uv under
tld of t-'t f ll'iei.;. i , W TI
Miss Vera Biork entertained a party
of her frieinl at her home on West Pat
terson street l-t etening. The evening
was spent in fd.-tvitig games. Ixdh vo
cal an I iiistriiniciital mu-ic l-,iig alo a.
part of the entertainment. A guessing
contest was won ly Miss Alms r.riewm.
Light refie-htii. nts were e. rved.
A hearing w t for this im rning ia
city court in t'ce case of A. Tomasi .
Mr. .loie I'nlunwn, a i.t to revowr
the value of ip sail to have lsn
transferred to M'. Bolenti Iv t'e
plaint ff Mai-tnte H. W. S-ott Wa
ready to bear IHe evoiet.,. Iiit in-jmry
revealed tfe itifurmat n that the le
fitelant was aleM iit from In ine. "J
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c-e wa. continued istiil tit ne. I. i io'
riiriin,f w.re t l.jve lieen- J Mrd
( rvcr for M'. l:--b eo tiJ L. R. I
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