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Barre Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Barre, VermontBarre daily times of Mil a Price two . Vermont wednesday november 24, 1920vol. o. 215 big crowd Benefit fair caught thieves Bethel had red handed narrow escape outraged citizens set up canno soviet agents will be barred from country talk of the town d. Wilmot left for his Home Randolph this noon to Atay Over the thanksgiving Holiday. Mrs. J. G. Cal Agni who has been visiting new York returned to her Home Humbert Street last night miss Emily Dodge a Sophomore the University of Vermont has come to spend thanksgiving with her Mother this City. Mrs. Myrtie Gow who Haa been vis iting South Royalton and also Potsdam. V., returned lat yester Day afternoon to her Home Liberty Street. Mrs. Thomas Waterman of Johnson after visiting her sister mrs. Kather e Jackson of Maple Avenue for Sev eral Days returned to her Home yesterday afternoon. Dean c. Davis a Sophomore the Law school of Boston University arrived Barre last evening to remain until sunday with his parents or. And mrs. E. R. Davis. Hildreth Martin a Junior of the University of Vermont was among the number of College students to arrive the City last evening to pass thanks giving their Homes. Amedee Giguere of 3k0 North main Street has received word from Hia son Augustin Siguere who left Barre recently that he has enlisted the army Springfield. Maa. For one year. Frank Lawless and Shelburne amp Boll medical students the univer sity of Vermont Burlington will arrive this afternoon to pass the thanksgiving recess of two Days. Miss Josephine Fontana. A teacher re Gate. Will visit with her sister miss Michelina Fontana of 20 Central Street Over thanksgiving. Fred Baird. O. T. Ferguson. A. Bisbee and miss u. Jean Bisbee. Employees of the. I. Phelps co., leave this afternoon for Waitsfield where they will remain Over thanksgiving. Harry Wishart of Winooski arrived the City yesterday to pass thanks giving the Home of his Mother Camp Street. Mrs. Wishart. His wife went to Chelsea to pass the recess her former Home. Rev. And mrs. Weston cute of . Johnsbury passed through the cite yesterday Ori their Way to mrs. Cate a for Mer Home Williamstown. Mrs. Cate was formerly miss Arlrne Jeffords a teacher the Ward five school. William Norott formerly of Barre and now of Brandon returned to the City last night to visit Over thanks riving. Or. Sott who previous to his Deparre from Barre Waem played Inythe Vulcanizing and repair shop Oft a Jas tips now conduct a similar business of his of bran Don. A there Are still Many applying for membership to the local chapter of the red Cross the fourth membership Roll Call will be held open until Dee. 1. Any who have not already placed their names the list and would like to do so please Telephone 583 m after Fri Day. A full report will be Given the close of the Cir pain. Richard Cruikshank returned Mon Day from Danville where he has been employed the state Highway sur vey. Three other men beside or. Critic Shank from the state Engineer s office Montpelier. Were forced to Dis continue the Survey account of the heavy snowstorm. Or and mrs. P. Hinman of Hill Street have returned from Boston after a w Eek end visit with or. Tinman s sister. While there or. Hinman joined the Dartmouth rooters the Dartmouth Brown game and witnessed the representatives of his Alma mater de feat for the first time 15 years the Bear opponent. Among the outgoing Goddard Stu Dent this noon who Are planning to spend the thanksgiving races their Homes Are forge walk John Fenn. Leon August Janie Bowers and Wil Liam o learn to. Holyoke. Mass. Al More Kelley John Connelly and Prince Smith to Brockton ma., and Milton Hunt. John Bancroft Richard Taylor and Ralph Reid to their respective Homes. Policeman Norwood mass., made important capture attempt to Rob the Post office four men rounded up goods stolen other " places found Norwood. Mass., nov. 24. A police his rounds Early to a sur prised a a window of the Post offic e and another guard a Cor Ner nearby. covered the Lookout with Hia revolver and brought the the window Down and found he had m custody John . And Edward Wesling who wanted Newport r. I., and Quincy charges of burglary. Another patrolman brought Elmer j. Peterson and Alexander Majek Jey who were automobile drawn up the curb near the Poa Toffice. They were said to be members of the band wanted by the Quincy and Newport polio. the machine were found goods stolen from both places. Richards and Wesling were arraigned charges of attempting to break into the Portoff i with intent to Rob and the other men with being accomplices. Funeral of Quarry victim. Many people attended service for William Macon its. The funeral of William machines the Young who lost his life sat urday morning when he fell into one of the Boutwell. Milne and Varnum quarries was held from the Home of his Mother mrs. Christina Macinnes Graniteville yesterday afternoon 2 o clock Rev. W. E. Archibald of the presbyterian Church officiating. Operations the Quarry suspended noon and a Large number of fellow work me and a delegation from the Quarry workers Union joined with friends paying their last respects to the de ceased. The Church choir rendered hymns during the service. The pall bearers were John Macinnes Malcolm lines Brothers Malcolm Mccaskill. Elliott Pirie Frank Dougherty and Bert Macauley. Interment was the family lot Wilson cemetery. A profusion of Beautiful Flowers included the following Wreath family Wreath steam shovel and train Crew Wreath boarders Wreath rigging and Carpenter Crews carnations mrs. Chitina make Iris and family Michael Miles mrs. Nellie Milne and fam ily. Or. And mrs. A. G. Hymand or. And or. Bernard s Mith How. Buchanan. Miss Cecelia o Herin. Mrs. Mcinni s and son or. And or. Angus Mcleod. Or. And mrs. R. J. Little or. And mrs. M. A. Mclean and fam or. And or. John Hea Or. And mrs. Angus Mclean. Or. And mrs. N.1l Norris and Carl or. And or. N. A. Macdonald miss Edna Murphy and Farwood Murphy or. Minnie and Gladys Mcleod. Or. And mrs. Edward Burke. Or. And or. J. Me Hugo or. And mrs. Me skill Malcolm me kill miss Ellen Dorby. Or. And mrs. Alex. Riddle. Or and mra. Ernest Riddle or. And or. John Campbell. Or. And mrs. Peter Macaulay or. And mrs. W. Eastman or. And mrs. E. J. Suitor and family or. And mrs. John Don Ald and family Elliot Pirie John or. And mrs. Alfred Jenkins mrs. Christina Macinnes and family. Carnation and roses or. And mrs. Seneque. Or. And mrs. Rabitaille . Mclver family Anna Belle Tasie a Nevieve Sullivan Odd ladies. Or. And mrs. X. E. Bailey. Miss Christina Graham chrysanthemums and Rofes. Or. And mrs. Wilbur roses miss Clara Ionato. Or. And mrs. Robert Aldrich or. And mrs. E. X. Aldrich asters or. And mrs. John Ryan. Or. And mrs. Evans or. And mrs. Mcleod and family. Presbyterian ladies fair. Interesting program Given last eve Ning event closes. Only about 100 people Brave the weather to attend the presbyterian fair held the basement of the Church o clock last evening. Due to the mall attendance sales of Candy ice Cream Tea and cake Only realized a mediocre us of Money to the ladies Union. Nevertheless those who were present witnessed a most entertaining Meotti Ert. Which was charge of mrs. Teter Park. Fach and every member a Well rendered and gained the Hearty applause of the audience. The order of the Proi ram was piano to c. Gregan olo or. Rose Penny fan Drill 12 Little girls olo. Tie Ortre Stewart vocal duet Violet m. Clubb and Ruth g. Armstrong. Special mention Majit be Given to the very pretty Well executed manner which the 12 girl gave their fan Drill. Those taking part the Drill were Lillian Nan Triton. Bar Bara Hamilton. Annie Watt Xora City accepts Granite Bridge aldermen make final pay r ment to contractors total $28,123.80 City has funds closed Bank approximately $30,000 i said to be tied new depositor turned closing up of Jef Mancial part m the South Mairet Granite Tingi project and the rating of the Ite savings 7 & Trust co. As Ali municipality drum for commercial accounts w two of the matters acted upon the regular meeting o the Barre Board of aldermen last night the Complete Board being present. Final payment the Bridge project to the contractor the few Lia Upshir Cement construction co., was made ii the shape of a warrant for $,523.8c bringing the total contract Cost up $28,123.80, outside of course of the Bridge Engineer s Bill land damage and grading. Inasmuch As the Origi Nal contract Price was 828,000, a. Considered by the aldermen that the construction was a Good engine rim proposition and economically buil Bridge. The $123.80 above the Origi Nal contract Price was divided Ink three accounts one for extra Gran Ite Stone another for extra Cemen work not figured and the third of the moving of City water pipes out o the River which work devolved upon the City to do. Construction work the Bridge i completed and the new i Lampshire Cement construction to. Is engage moving its equipment away sending the Boom Derrick Back to the Wells Lasso co. Grading up to the approaches to the Bridge is Progress ing Well. Storrs the Bridge engineers of con Cord x. H., recommended to the Cit the acceptance of the Bridge and als. The filial payment tie contract since City Engineer Ruggles had re ported to them that the Bridge a completed. that recommend Nti and City Engineer Ruggles report the aldermen voted the final payment moreover. Cite Engineer Ruggles a instructed to prepare a letter of ree commendation for the contractors to new Cement constructs co. Supt. Lawes of the latter com Pany was present the meeting arc was Given verbal Assurance of Satis faction with the work. Storrs. Brimire Engineer put Bill for $1,400, or five per cent of the contract Price. City has about $30,000 Barre Sav Ings Sank. Payment to the new Hampshire c ment construction co. Was dependent upon the action of the aldermen so 4ecting a depository place of the Barre Savinis Bank Trust to through which the City has been doing its checking business for years. The Choice of a new depositary was tended by considerable discussion bit the decision to place the account wit the Granite savings Bank 4 Trust c was made without a dissenting Vot when the question was put by Tresi Dent Scott. Just How much the City has tied u the Barre savings Bank 4 trus co. Could not be determined last nigh but the statement was made that the amount is approximately $30,000, d video among the checking account the sinking fund cemetery Trust fund school account. has been the Par Tice of the municipality v to Divide the various fund among the ban e Banki with the exception of the checking count which As already stated a. Been placed entirely the Barre Sav inst Bank 4 Trust co. By far the greater part of the a proximate amount of $30,000 is the checking account the other account Beine Small. was impossible to d Termine the amount tied up because o Lack of knowledge As to what Check had been presented for payment Prio to the closing of the Barre Savin Bank. The latest Check refused a that drawn to pay part of the Diree state tax the amount of the her being $1711. That Check was draw last week and treasurer Mackay a notified by the state treasurer mor Day that because the Bank had be closed payment could not be secured. Bonds and note ordered paid. Other ills ordered paid last Nieh by the aldermen were ,s00 for Rit water Bond and interest and $7, for paving note and interest. Routin Bills ordered paid were Street pay Roll. $m.2. Mot of which was of , the South main tre Bridge engineering pay 4h7s water Par. $114" a $191" foremen Bonus. $3" pole a. $2m c l. Booth i or Idem ". K c. Bock. $2,v7 i. My . 4rt.20. A Resolution authoring the mayor City treasurer and chairman of finance committee to negotiate a to of 3.fin anticipation of the Isu ing of refunding Bond a based. A Een. L Reading Nirh Aetna Bavin been approved by the Rit Iren Reventh streets teamed for coasting. Coe nuance of the coming of 1b mow was taken when the Alder we the Fml Wing Street for m ing purple treet Winto Pla Greet Beckley Tibet Cable Street Kim room Aren i to Nant Street Park Street first rent to acs dem Ettre fro m a demo Street Vij Tret to Barb Street Batchelder j fir i Street Hall str tiran treet from proct to Foster Street. B Tret from h railed tract Easterly. To Tret 1 de a permitting sliding. N of la tank the Tea ". Eff Rva Lead ret waca " , tse opere of by the of a i. Continued to Jim Vaughn was stabbed baseball Pitcher for the Chicago cubs was victim had argument with wife s blather Vaughn is Kenosha wis., Hospital Seri Ous condition Kenosha wis., nov. 24. Tim Hippo Vaughn a Pitcher for the Chicago cubs was stabbed by his Early to a during argument the Vaughn Home. is a serious condition the City Hospi Tal. Four bids Bridge received for project Bridgewater Albany finn the lowest. Bids were opened the office of s. B. Bates., state Highway commissioner tuesday afternoon for the construction of the Booth Bridge Bridgewater. is a part of a Federal Road project be tween Rutland and Woodstock. There were three bidders although four bid were submitted. The advertisement provided that the Persona bidding shall set Forth their design the Esti mated Cost of each or other words their bid to do the Job if their design is accepted the Price submitted. The bidders were Guild 4 lug ass Springfield two design the first $h,- and the second for $8,430 United states construction company Albany y., iw.476 Berlin construction com Pany Berlin. H., $7,600. is a one spa Bridge 70 feet Long. The resigns were for a truss Bridge and Strain sheets accompanied the bids. Ii. M. Mcintosh state Engi Neer left last night for Albany. V., where h will consult District super visor Miller of the Federal Road project who represents the Federal government. One of the provisions connection with the Bridge to Tiht auction is that " traffic fall not be interfered with. Ilar Dlise studies Panama canal seeks first Han d information one of biggest administration tasks ahead of him. Cristobal nov. 24 by the associated press. Senator Harding gave tip Golf and motoring to a to make a personal study of the practical working of the Panama canal. planned to leave Hin a government print sweep and looked Forward to a Lei surely journey through the waterway. Hia trip was More than a sight seen expedition. Primarily was for the purpose of Guing him first hand information one of the big administrative Taska ahead of him. Tops were arranged Gatun lock and . Other omit to permit close inspection of problems of canal maintenance and management. Or. Harding has taken a Veen inter est the future of the canal and believes to be one of the outstanding National assets As regards foreign com Merce. During the debate Congress relative to the canal the problem of Olls for american ships received his particular attention. His Strong comic Tio for free for american ships has been expressed Ninny Tiisik s. Both Congress and his speeches during the lat Campaign. Examining accounts. Receiver for Barre savings Bank and Trust co. Makes no statement. Bank commissioner George b. Car Penter acting As receiver through appointment by judge s. Wilson was engaged to a r the accounts of the Barre savings Bank and Trust company being assisted the work by several members of his office staff and with members of the Bank staff assisting when called upon. was not prepared to a y to a statement. Talk of the town or. And mrs. John Macdonald Are expected afternoon train from Sprinc Fielli to Pas the remainder of the week the Home of or. Mac Donald s Parenta Bassett Street. Alexander Duncan of the North Barre Granite co. Haa just returned from extended business trip through the West and plans to leave Friday or saturday another much longer Jonney. This time to Scotland. Or. Duncan will leave Barre thursday night for Hevr York City and from there sail for Scotland to join his wife and daughter who went there about a month ago. And to attend the Golden wedding anniversary of his Parent Van Aberdeen dec. 10. Air. Duncan will leave Scotland about Jan. to return to the United states but mrs. Duncan and daughter will remain to traverse parts of the european continent. A number of student of Goddard Seminary left the 10 this morn ing for their Home Massachusetts. New Hampshire and Vermont. That student and members of the to might Bave ample time to Era h heir borne for thank7ivm7. Many of them living Dimant Point of new York state. Some Renn Alvani a. And others various part of new ens Lan session were practically to a Che yesterday. However. One of them the oppo Tuii to to 01 the Holiday their Home w Carpenter e floor of the Barre Savin & i True. Their Noney heme held admit there Juite a Isope num a r of Tenlen s Are thai affected by the Witlip five link and their new die red toward Fartro att new year . Many of the Rome men the Are cd sex " a l thir a re Mirner a a. E 1h r Are 1 y tied up Thia and enjoyable time was afforded All who attended. The weather s out of f sorts failed co Stem the tide of old and Young folks which flowed into Howland Hall last evening to attend the Benefit fair Given 1. A ii a of . Monica s Church. Nearly 430 tickets were sow the door and with estimate of 150 Advance Sale tickets which were not used by the purchasers the total admission checks sold would scaly reach the 600 Mark. The Candy fancy Wor k and refreshment Booths the North end of the Hall All reported Large sales the Etota of Choice candies be ing wholly gone by 9 30. A very d and attractive concert program which began 8 o clock and continued throughout a period of 45 minutes called Forth the end of each number a noisy appreciation the part of the audience. Clement Memahon made a Moat fitting Lead off to the program his effective singing of Tommy eight Young ladies then continued the Fine begin Ning with a very pretty and Well Carrie d out parasol Drill to be followed by Edward Hamel s careful translation of the song night was presented sweetly by Jennie David and Doris Burke s humorous tale of the correction of Bennie was Well received. The Barefoot Trail Sung by Imis o Leary carried with More applause. James Bennett then concluded the program very effectively by his Tenor Solo for the want of y of each musical number returned encores. The Mecom Nanista. Were Beatrice Papin Loretta Hamel and mrs. James Ben Nett. Miss Mary Tomasi took charge of running off the order. After the concert the chairs were removed from the Center of the Hall and the space cleared for dancing. From the first the Noor was Crow Aea with whirling couples. Prompt service was driven the Sale Booths As follows re great Lien Booth Mary Jordan Gladys Noonan us Linnehe White Arrab a a and doll set. Mildred Lander fancy work. Mar Ion Carroll Uzzie Vav Nite and Caroline Cal Agni Candy Enllie Krown and Doris Burke. Many other of the Young ladies aided Vari Ous ways. A food Sale Given by the ladies Aid octet a the Hall the afternoon was Well attended and proved a financial Success for the ladies. Forty years married. Or. And mrs. Kenerson of Church Street surprised by friends. A very pleasant Surprise came to or. And mrs. Kenerson of Church Street last night when Many of their friends gathered the Hedding meth Odist Church to help them celebrate the 40th anniversary of their marriage. To the strains of a wedding March Thev were ushered into the midst of inh Lerl Miett and to the bridal Bower where the minister Rev. B. G. Lipsky awaited them there under a Large wedding Bell they received the congratulations and Best wishes of All present. interest Itig program was threads among the Gold was Sung by miss Mildred Higgs Alice Bartlett gave a Reading old fid Dler the school Board that old c Vaar ,.t mine w read by mrs. Charles Wishart and Eleanor Lebour Vea u Sang. When we went to sunday the pastor made a few re Marks of congratulation and presented gifts from the ladies and pastor s Union members of the Church and imme Diate members of the family. One feat Ture of special interest was the gift of enlarged picture of Williamstown Gulf and the old Gulf House associated intimately with their Cou snip. Dainty refreshments were served by. a Toa of ladies. Thee Venine proved a Rey delightful ocasion and one of the most pleasing Cie Mema the Complete Surprise or. And mrs. Kenerson had received. Charles h. Kenerson and Nettie French daughter of or. And a pfc h French of Barre were United marriage by Rev. Harry Webster the met Ortist parsonage my located we the episcopal Church now stands nov. J, i a. Mrs. Kenerson was born Barre and has always lived Here but or. Kenerson is a native of Cabot coming from there 41 years ago and for 15 or 20 rears being actively engaged the Granite business the firm of Kener son 4 Howe. Then ill health caused i 4. ,.n that kind of work and he. Bought a place Perrin Hill where. 41. a , i h i health taller Virro Irir. Of. Land has since been employed As agent Jor a variety 01 Good. 11, t i .1 hey Nave two Canna pm. Mock Erson of Barre and mrs. William j. Of . Johnsbury. J. T. Smith s funeral waa attended by Many Railroad officials and others. The funeral of James of smut. Freight and passenger agent of the bos ton a Maine Railroad who passed away his Home sunday morning was held yesterday afternoon the Barre uni versa Lis Church after a Short prayer service had been offered his late Home v merchant Street by Rev. Frank o. Hokerk pastor of the Church. To also Otticia Tea one nun i ices. The masonic ritual was used the Church Bavm body of brother a . And the committal car vines like wis e were Given the Church instead of the grave Hoje rim every i where the body w As interred i the Church gathered Many people to pay respects to the deceased eluded their number Many Rai Road official of Barre Montpe Ier and other places. E. Lesv4tt of con Cord x. A. Division freight agent of the Boston a Maine Railroad represented the organization along with c. D. Water traffic manager of the Gran Ite manufacturer to citation f Barre. F. Mavo of words i x. Superintendent of the Montpelier 4 Wells River Railroad i h. Watson of soft if Vilie. X. division Engineer. John matter mesh am. W. S. Choates. Storekeeper. L. Do loft. Re mixer Intel Lent. J. Farwell. Treasurer of the Road and c. I Renoe. Pea -i.,.i. Ai 4.1 m the s s i l or were member of the chapter. Lotre and Manley of the Minnie order of Barre. F. C Falm. Frank Sawle l. E. A. Vown. U ,. Am Tole h a. Holt and ii Ingia. Sheboygan wis., nov. 24. The captured German Cairion recently presented to Sheboygan by Tho War department and which waa refused a place the City Park by action of the social i majority Tho City Council was taken from its storage place aloof eyed last night by More than 4,000 citizens and placed the. Park. effigy of the socialist aldermen who led the Light against mounting the Tro Phy was burned. Spilled gasoline lantern ignited died of Burns William b. Philpot a night watch Somerville mass., waa victim of Peculiar Accident. Somerville mass., nov. 24. William b. Philpot of North Cambridge died from Burns received Early y while making Hia rounds As night watchman the Plant of the Boston burial Case company. was the sidewalk the front of the building when he dropped a bottle of gasoline. Hia lantern ignited the vapor and Hia clothing waa burned off. Northfield couple honoured or. And mrs. John s. Averill had been married 50 years. Northfield nov. 24. Or. And mrs. John s. Averill highly respected Citi Zens of Northfield celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary monday their Home the Center Village. the eve Ning a Large number of neighbor Aud friends gathered the Home to assist the occasion. A Large wedding cake lighted with 50 candles and the dates of is7019 0, was presented the couple. Mrs. Averill Cut and the cake. Refreshments were served during the evening and William Holden with the Best wishes of the friends presented them a purse of Money mrs Averill responding. Or. And mrs. Averill were married Northfield and have spent thar entire life Here. Or. Averill for Many years a baggage master the Cen trial Vermont giving up Hia work account of poor health. To Thia Union were bom five children All of whom Are living and were present Tho Cele bration. Sunday a family dinner waa held and the children mrs Minnie Steele of Roxbury. Mrs. Luivie Kerr mrs. Ira Holden and mrs. F. S. Hub Bard of this town and George Averill of Waterbury with their families were present. Both or. And mrs. Averill Are held the highest esteem the Community which they have lived so Long and the very Best wishes of All Are extended them. Shambo capture Montpelier Young who escaped from state a prison. Windsor nov. Walker of the state prison yster4ay received formation that led to the belief the re capture of Louis Shambo of Montpelier who with i arcs Gould escaped from the institution october 31, be effected. " least a Good clue was received from a who thought Well enough of to go to the expense of communicating with up. Walker. The clue will be followed up immediately. Shambo. is believed waa seen near Boston tuesday. The who formed the prison authorities of the clue talked with the suspected of being Shambo and later Reading a Des tiption believed that the published description fitted. also believes from something the stranger said that the be Shambo. Death of Fred Bertrand. Former Barre had resided recently Burlington. Burlington nov. 24. Fred Bertrand. Formerly of Barre died last evening 50 o clock his Home 23 Church Street aged 54 years. Or. Bertrand was formerly a stonecutter Barre he is survived by his wife his Mother mrs. Jovin of Barre one brother Al Bert of Barre one deter mrs. Arthur la France of Boston. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. The interment will be made Barre. Talk of the town Carl. Bowen completed his duties the Phelps hardware store yester Day and a since returned to Bis Home Randolph. William Shigas a restaurant proprietor of Keene x. H., returned to Keene Thia morning after a Short i with George Maniatty. My. E. M. Law returned to her Home Boston. After visiting the Home of her Mother mrs. George Mann of Wellington Street Ethel aver " who is employed by the Creamery company of. Troy arrived her Hom Richardson Road yesterday to remain the rest of the week. Miss Ruth Veino of the Freeman class the University of Vermont and a classmate. Misa Isabelle Brock a y from Montana Are expected the City Thi afternoon to remain Over thanksgiving Misa Veino Home Trow Bill. Leslie Ladd will be accompanied from Mouth Colleira Hanover x. A. Thi afternoon by William a. Campbell of Louisville ky., who will be or. Guest i Home Orange treet during the thanksgiving Rece. I Ben Dustman. Will Harvey and h. G. Bennett returned after Nof lot .v-3 o after All he motor trip from v Cut Milaa. X. Whre they have been a toying a. W Eek of Leer Hunt inc. Or. Bennett s Lac the firt a to Raate 1 a Tir b m since the heavy no term. The three men nere rewards i to Tith two Buk and j a h of which when Drem. o .1 f the Scab i v Pound 7j- t r Ivert ii a Liun ipg weather a Lut Rivire with boat to Tea a of Dow. Harley h. Shepard was nearly. Electrocuted by 2300 volts when High Power wire hits another he was rescued by Wilbur. Salter without injury to latter Bethel nov. 24. Harley h. Shepard was seriously burned and shocked late yesterday afternoon by electric cur rent which came Over a Telephone wire into the basement of h. D. Belval s House where he was working a heating Plant. The current came from a High Power wire which sagged upon the Telephone wire due to the weight and the limbs of a tree near which pin sed. Wilbur x. Salter who was assisting him the work summoned a physician who found Shepard unconscious. length consciousness returned and later last evening he was considered out of danger. Shepard received 2300 volts of a Short circuit current when the heavy w ire dropped into the Snow. was holding electric Light Cord usually carrying 110 volts. Salter pulled him off the wire without injuring himself and restored respiration mechanically. After turning off the switch Belval ran for or. Burrell who dressed deep Burns the hand and foot and juries Tho head and Back received by Contact with the Cement floor where he was pitched backward by tha Shock. Shepard will be shut fur a month. The Telephone system was demoralized by the storm. Cavagnar0 Bianchi. Barre girl the Bride of Buffalo to a " the wedding ceremonies Iri which mint Adele Mary Bianchi was United marriage to Louis Albert Cavagnaro of Buffalo. N. Y., . Monica s Church this morning 0 o clock by Rev. P. M. Mekenna pastor of the roman Catholic Church were Mot impressively solent tired with the offering of a nuptial mass the singing of mrs. Charles Smith and James Bennett and the Organ recital of miss Loraine the Bride attired a Navy Blue e suit wearing a picture hat and carrying a Large bouquet of White roses was accompanied to the altar by her sister miss Theresa r. Bianchi Brown Silv Ortore suit with hat to match and carrying Ophelia Rosea. Here Thev were met by the Groom and i brother Richard. Cava Funaro of Buffalo x. Y., Best . As the Young ladies approached the altar which was beautifully decorated with Pink and e chrysanthemum a the organist Pla cd the Lohengrin wedding March and a a the Bride and Groom departed from the altar Mendelsohn s March. While the reverend father Mekenna pronounced the cows and performed the Quigle ring Are View mrs. Charles Smith of Sprano Sang. Of Promise or. Bennett Tenor later Sang "0 Salu Taris. " from the Church the party went to the Bride s Home 17 Wellington Street into the midst of a Host of congratulating friends who bestowed upon them a volume of valuable gifts silverware generous Seums of Money Linen a Beautiful electric parlor lamp and numerous other valuable presents. A bounteous dinner was served by mrs. Charles Chi Vavalli the Home to relative and intimate friends of the couple High noon and Lic fore the couple left for new York City to re main until lec. 1. After which they will reside Winslow Avenue Buffalo. X. Louis a. Cavagnaro son of or. And mrs. Louis c. Cavagnaro of Buffalo. N. Printer and null her of the Stakan courier Buffalo having been established there for a number of years. For three year he attended Canisius College Buffalo and left to begin practical study of newspaper work with the courier. His Bride is a daughter of mrs. Mary Bianchi of this City and one of the esteemed Voung ladies of 2irre. 1910, she graduated from the commercial class Spaulding High school and since then Haa managed the Ija Kawanna Monument works Buffalo a Branch office of the c. R. Bianchi Granite Coli pan v of this City or did eur atrial work the Barre office. To attend the wedding were several people from mrs. Louis c. Cavagnaro of Buffalo mrs. Amelia Bianchi of Waterbury and mrs. A. M. Brunei la of Boston. Thanksgiving Day Barre. There will be a cessation of virtually All business thanksgiving Day. Is to be observed Barre by practically every business j . win a .t.. A. M. Brun la arrived from by a e to evian afternoon be the a for bail a tuts morn re. Third internationale of Russia is sending two representatives to the United states to set up soviets each of the j trades say official advices. Unemployed " estimated 5,000,000 Jet n act Junla j Are inclined to discount the internationale s Esti c mate of the unemployed i but every precaution is being taken to Stop the. Organizers. A Washington. D. C., nov. 24.-ru a inn soviet authorities estimate Liat tic unemployed this country will. Number .v0o0.00o by the and of v the year d representatives of the Sci a ii ill inc been sent to raaiii7e soviet Here according to Oili a a l advices front Mckeow. They plan to arrive the United states december mid propose to f c pm of tie unemployed cooperation with the comm atlist paty establishing soviet of each Trade. Their Mission the advices state is to unite the cry slut ions Vry move ment America into Cue lighting body to Brint about armed of lie soviet representative. The advices declared is Accord with resolutions adopted the last Ron Ven Tion of the third mos cow which provided for International representative every country of eur runic and America. While government officials discounted the International estimate of the unemployment this country every precaution is being taken to keep the i United states. Montpelier c. B. Adam town clerk of water Bur was the City this week and consulted w. Jeffrey relative to the Money which Haa been paid to him for the Benefit of the Eldred girl whose leg were Cut off by a mowing machine Waterbury some time last fall. The Sura ills not been increased to $1,500 a raised Waterbury. To this will be added the sum or. Jeffrey will Al lot from the Penny collections taken Uia churches the state sunday for Thia Little girl and the one known As the Little Sunshine girl. Fred c. Mavo of . Joh Naburn superintendent of the Montpelier and Dvells River Railroad company who was the City last evening after tending the funeral1 of James f. Smith of Barre stated to the times reporter that the Montpelier and Wells River passenger station Montpelier Wiir be opened to the Public Pec. 1. A ticket clerk and Telegraph operator will be placed charge of the office and pre i War a Rico will be resumed. This will be greatly appreciated by the Pat runs of the. Company for they will be Able to get off the trains that Ata Tiona the Center of the City. Trains will Start from the Central Vermont nation Ai they have been but will Stop their own station before leaving the City. Piano slightly used for Sale bargain. 132 main Street adv. Bethel special reduction hat this week Only. Mrs. F. S. Blossom or. James p. Marsh is visiting his son i Ralph o. Marsh Wakefield mass., j and George a. Marsk is keeping his furniture store open. Re. Roy l. Emery pastor of the Ethel Lympus Church had the Happy experience of five of his Youngjr parishioners last sunday impressive service which he also received three preparatory members. Robert French has hired f. Cham Harlia a farm for a year and will take Possession dec. 2. John b. Goodrich of South Royalton has been elected director of the White River Bank place of w. O. Belknap of South Royalton who. Be resigned. A son was born nor. 15 to or. An4 mrs. Silk Hel Petrucelli. The third entertainment of the course conducted by the woman s club will tie riven next monday eve pin he the Boyd consisting of music Reade and . Robert Williaw has gone to Phila Delphia for the Winter to work his former Trade leaving his if and charge f his farm. Or. Clayton w. Potter refined monday front visiting her x. Fred a of Kand Irh Tenter b must Liui h. Her seen farm Lia Tan ii. I la. to. Lite family a moved to a new like. Or. Haradyn retains a life Lea. T to pape2 to Moscow. T narrow Elf r True i a 1 to f vases. Miss Edna cheered of Hirt Street i now a stenographer for the Law firm of Theriault 4 Hunt Montpelier having begun duties Thi week. Misa Frances Fie Aioli of North main Street who was doing the work is working temporarily the Montpelier grocery company taking the place of miss Margaret of Central Street now recuperating from the effects of appendicitis operation per formed several weeks ago. Rabbit fancier of Ayera Street and that immediate Vicinity recently d the loss of is pet rabbits Over night Bloodthirsty hounds ransacking the Rabbit houses and killing that number aver Street and Kirk Street. this particular Section of the City reside a number of Rabbit fan Cier who vow that the next night prowling dog that Vicinity will meet with vision so trap and quite probably a few Bear shots. A letter received yesterday by chief of Tolice Janie Sullivan from major h. Stethem of the Royal Canadian division of . John. P. A. Gave part least the record of Joseph Din the Young arrested by chief Sullivan Lowell. Mas., after b had swindled William Jacob out of .t0 and stolen a leather coat from a or. Laundry snit Barre. The who j 2u yer of Aire Accord ing to major Stet Lim. Was orce arrested for steal be a Hore Narf Hursur Lyon Dorothy Leith. Christina lentil. Tut Ion the City. Sines w ill Marion keat. Alice a Auchtoo. Mary a Pended for the Day and Elizabeth Eunhe ,.,., instances for the remainder of the inia Taylor and Clubb. I Felt. School All Over the City will Ruth Armtrong directed the dance mind sessions this afternoon until and mis Ruth Mackenzie aces Mph monday morning nov. 2. And the piano. Row to e Church will offer up thanks the fair i annual event the to i f r the bless of the year Calendar of the Lade Union and is from to f the Granite Plant he the Benefit of the he Pireh Treasury. To of to v not operate Thi week after Mili to will tiring the Fiir to a Eaf f noon. But nearly every other with a pie Zippor the ird Nuy will continue operations Day morning. Stores will 1 coed for the Dav Ord. But open d to night until Good dinner promised k. Barber shop will also be opened until 9 o clock this eve eng and for patients the state Hospital closed All Day thanksgiving Day. Waterbury j Waterbury. To. 24at the ver j Mici. Mentine f Al cacti. Who i. State to Pat for the inne school Bridgwater. A the to patient., Emp. R and staff the. Mornac to remain Over i i wanted by the Canadian army a a j of major Nettiem Imit and i Law v Amber Canadian unit was j a deserter of the l Al states army o item up with the United mate i tune rom r i Juii is. 12". And j or dr1cl. The r is Are " be j into Sofr w a. I f a Vest i a half i a Ymir or. I a City of f h. 1. Is i r j a. P. Tia Bare w my a j1-i. Aed Ware for Nyk. I a Hae the pc thank?1 n2 Lav menu Voier be. Re a tvs Irei Nir. Individual Chyken pie. A he d potato. Mav4 sask Hovd omens very. Run by a i e p e. Tac if bread butter Biuk

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