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ailf AYVn A. 11 4 V I VOL. L NO. H)7. Bli ATTLTC BOllO, VERMONT, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20, 1911. TRICE, 2 CENTS. JEALOUSY WAS HER MOTIVE District Attorney Says HcWill Prove Mrs. Carman Guilty of Murder BEAD WOMAN'S MOTnEIt WAS FIRST WITNESS PLANNING RALLIES IN THIS COUNTY Dillingham, rinniley and Others on Campaign Trip Will Be in Brattlcboro Thursday Night. I '1111110; this week :i n . I next the Re publicans will carry the political cam paign into marly all the towns in Windham county. At Hollows Tails SWdncsilny night Senator William I'. Dillingham. Congressman Frank Plum lev and other-; will gdvc addresses. On Thin-day morning they will go by au tomobile to I'utnev, where brief ARCHITECT IS MAKING PLAINS Woman Who War. Slopped by Mrs. Car iripn When Given Money by Dr. Car- inn n Will Be Called to Testify rinns oi Home Presented. Ml l.., . V.. o, t. '' 'Ciking of l -1 1 1 1 . 1 1 in the tii.d .it Mi-, -'ornicc ' ! klm 'at in, tn. ib.iignl with tlie murder "i Mi. I.otii-e I !.i de. Hi's b"gun today. 'I he jurv h.. wa- idled ve-lerdav and im mi that t I y alter inlilt 'iiened today Ib-liul Att.aiuv niti began hi, ad- dli:- ,, 1. jiny. lie had eollellliletl and live vitne-M"' had been tailed bctole the li, mil in i was taken. I lie ill-tllel attic in . -kctched ill solic detail Sli. Railev's attion oil the t! i 'it' the minder, the a i i a ngeiuent of the Oar 'i'.iii inline in general and the phv -iciati ' 'III, is in p.n t it nlar. He t "Id t he jut y bow tie- v iie Mieen' was priippeil up, tiie pane i'lol.iii, a irvolvrr thlil-t through the -t -n 1 1 1 and a hu'i.t M'-d inl" tin In mi t hi Mi-. I!. oi. v Althoit'b she tied v it It'll a minute her body I. iv on the il'Mir I II -.nine time I e -title t he pi ii li e wile ii. it i lied "We -hall hou." iniitimad the tli-!iii! .it on ne . "I hat I he shot t hal killed Ml -. Il.iilev was liied by till- defendant. We -I, ul .-how thai -he p,i--e, tluoi!.o the kid hen nut ihiorgh tiie y . 1 1 i a miti'ile I'tt'.iif I he 1 1 1 ; 1 1 - ,:iid tli. H -in- letuin-'il ihinilu'i I lie ki'thi'ti i inni'd !,i 1 1 Iv attei it. We i-h.ill -ho'.v tiillhel lll.tt the nr-live W.I- ic,los .Hid Ml-li!t'itl o ln'l lll- I I. "'To pinte lh:- e -hall tall a v.om.iu uhon Mi- ('ami. Ill slapped on nlie m t a--i.'ii when her hn-l.aiid gave h-t iii.mev v, I ,1 the, Wile III the pliv !t i.ili - nlliee .I-,, We --leiil -linV, 1 1 V .lli.l ll'iu -he si - i on d a telephone iuU uineut, hi; nice mini - I'-vV -' v-- '! ' . -to" - -it . 'W . ... , 1 . " - z . ; "V A-. "-t-t 3 . Bids for Government Building Will Be Called for Next February TODAY'S WAR NEWS OPERATIONS WILL START IN SPRING Interest ins Information from Congress man Plumiey Amount Now Availa ble Is Sm.OOO Epilding Will Be Corstructed ot Stone. pel. M. -I, .ni -.V ,11 let ! hi- ad. Ill'- he . .bull If I ) I I l ' I I i, i I . and had the latter net ro(;KIsMA I'l.I'MI.KV. -p., et he- will be made, and will then en i: i :' ' in ( I it i I t'ord. speaking bttween II and I "J ti'r'o'k. ret nrtii iiu. to IJrttt tleboro for I n nehei n . in the atteino'tri they will lih to Ti.v. n-lieinl and hold a reception In the hotel patio'.'-- bet v nil a.nd o'clorli, ai.d in the ei ni'i will speri k in the A ltd i ? i ii i ii in it! I ! I at t lebo! 1 1 ai s o'clock. Ni'St week Coiter II. Ia!e of l-land i'oin!. the lit p;ib I lea ii noieinee to: ron-'jr.1.- -man from the i-fi-ond tlistiiet. '.iil ,,: lid the v.eek in the conntrv'. spe 'k- Itl- Witli oilier- it! Viirtous i'l'.vi:-. It I ected tnnt .laines Peno'Aav n! Mid- i ' .11. bnrv and li II vde ' I':m k w 1 jer V. II u ! i in i a ot a et ton ' 'a n v i ,il t V e-ill hn-band W hell he had tuii-diet tailed to the taii'l Mi llie a'.'i-d Hint her of Mi h'i idelitltv the ihe-s u hen Mi- r.aile wa- -hot. I!y olhet i itin r I he t,lte i ? t b 1 1,- h. -i i the t'nir ot Mis. I'.nh'v'- eiiti.Hiif into lr. ( arm. ins nlhie M'd In-' w hel e liiont- in-t pina to that tune t'icl in el i milia I V evnieme had to tin w it h the jurat I md plan- of the ( aim, in home and the thatoi - ion nl I a t a ni i ' ion i t hel fill . AT MASONIC TEMPLE. e;Mi!ar i oh v iie:t I ion of I i, nj-Jia m rhaptei, N'c. ::, Order of Ktistcni star, v. ill be held at Masonic temple Tne--d:ic rveiii'iu, ()'-t. L'H. at 7." o'clock. I'.iisiness; initiation. Clipper at 'i o'cloi-k. All mrmbel.s e.vpecie.l to brilio fund. W i i i in - d .! v evening'. -t"tfl nenlive .,! la aii-e.iiit i i mi ma lidei . K. I. oi k : i: . i:TC TKKTAIING SMOOT. M i . I' ii'it i a ! his ii.",'. -.p ..iic: , li:' ' w ea I. e ii ei I t hi ; I h le e'M ' i I! an : 1 -It in; t to ;; i e ranilal , : r t in -1 Sen a ! or a , t i . hi- c ,i r i t a i ii , n o S n - i,,' l'::h at oi:ii!-"'. I 1 1 1 a c" -or:" r '' tee I ' ! o i : t ' - BELGIAN ARMY IS HOLDING ITS POSITION lieinahu Intect Along the River Yscm Frrn-'h Make rrogro :; Rcpulso tor Ar.striaiis. the r i , Ileii I annoi rne- I'A I' i 'i t "jo. ..;'. p. in v. a I i .tin e ua e out an o!h, i, men! this a ! ! eriioi .11 a- oil.. III r.e'ii tn in spite ot violent atttcks on the pa i t oi the rlMiin tee ll-'l-'ian aimv hi- held it- po-dioii i,u the In I tin- rivei ' inl. Their ha.e been nlher aitmii- in the region o! Spies lielutl'll the iillied forces ami the tmce- oi the I II I 1 1 1 v . I 1 1 our h it wim;' tiie t.riinai- continue to hold sti oiiiily tin'. a, ha;:.,, I po-t-aioniid i.'!h' III the diertio;i ,,J Allllrli I li-;'. I". if I ne- a lid I .a I : I .-ea. I li t he Min e tlie eiiemv i'a- a ii a m i d to dri'.e 'file architect's plans for I'.rattlrboi n's j;ov ei imient litiililina; to iie-lude a post ntliee ami I nurd State- coiut looms, are well iitider way and w ill be completed thi- month. I'.ids for the construction of the buiMina; will be called for in I'ebru- I aty, am! as soon as conditions next jiprinv? i will allow the const i iictinii wmk will he beiin. ( 'oiinres-man Frank I'lumley of Xoithliehl has written l'ostma-ter lit tictli;e I!,t-kin- the exact status of the budd'iii; piopo-ition, and the followinjr is a t i ipy of the it 1 1 rl : J Ion. Kittl ed-'e llaskin-, I'.lattlcbtno. St. 1 !ear M r. I la-kin- : l!i fore leaving a-hiiiuton, I went tlown In see the supei v i-hij. architect m refer- lii e to the public buiidmj- m vour v illai;e. and received from him a tt i t tin statement which I a-ked him to verity talc! ally and put nil paper so that I mike no mistake in coin evilly to ou the situation, and this is his let trr : ' 1 1 aive- me plea-uie to i 1 1 1 ' . I lit yon that the draw inn- tor the Imildinn at Urattle iio:. air mcv well under vvav. and will be complc'ted bv the end o tlie pre-et)t j month. I he spei 1 1 ica t ion- will then be written and the wmk piaced on the mar- That the allies are i'iustiitin the at tempt of the reinforced German army to skirt the Knjilisli clwinnel ports witli tlie siiposcd oltject of rinding a new routu to Paris is indicated by the French official statement jriven out this afternoon, which asserts that the llelaiau army is maintain ing its position on tlie river Ysen. Fur ther actions are bciiitf fought between the allies and the Germans in the region of Ypres. From this point the allied left wiu extends to the FiiKlish channel where it is being supported by British naval forces. Anions the leinainder of the ofiO-mile battle front sli etching i'lom the North sea to Switzerland where the defenders and invaders have been entrenched for oT da s the onlv activity noted is in the region of the Mciise liver where heavy lighting goes on incessantly. French batteries at St. Miliiel smith of Verdun are reported to have destroyed an entire battery of German aitillery which had been active in sweeping the French position. There i- a dearth of news fmm Germany coin ei niiitr the operations of Kmpcror Wil liam's fiii ccs either in France or in Russia. A huge conlliet is in ji ogres along the Vistula river in Ku-sian Poland. l)e- . patches- from l'etiograil declare that itfter tierce fighting in the west of SS'aisavv the Gentian- have been tltiven back towards their main position ort the (.ialieiau bot tler, 'i TEMPEST IN ' CAUCUSES Parties Unable to Agree on Ticket for Justices of the Peace NO COMBINATION ON REPRESENTATIVE Republicans Name Francis E. Perry Progressives Choose Edward C Crosby Democrats Nominate Arthur I'. Roberts Interesting Details. PROGRESSIVE RALLY IN JACKSONVILLE Gibson, Tipcr and Crosby of This Town and Prof. Cherric of Nc-vvfanc to Speak This Evening. K. S'. (Jibsoti, candidate for attorney genera! on the I'ro-iressi ve ticket, A. V. . 1'iper. state's attorncv ;nni can didate for re-election as an independ ent with Progressive endom-nient, ami I roi. Ceovge K. Clierrie, naturalist witli the recent lloosevclt Brazilian ex pedition, an ardent Progressive, will go to .laeUson vilie this evening- to speak at a illv with K. ('. Crosbv of Pratthdioro, who is to withdraw from the state ticket as nominee for lieu tenant governor and accept the nomina tion lor re-election as town represeuta t i o. MORE NATIONS INTO CONFLICT Rumania on Side of Allies and Turkey with Germans Are Preparing for War ITALY MAY ABANDON HER NEUTRALITY i DEATH TODAY OF MRS. W. R. GEDDIS Was et for bids t i 1 1 1 i 1 1 -r tlie month of Febru ary. Should the tlc ia 1 t men t li" successful ill .twaidlliu it contia'-t, building opera tions will ci an mr in r on the -ite as early a- tlie opening of the spring --ea-oii v. ill allow the work to pinercd." We also talked about the ipialit v, of the material to bo used in its coii.-ti action. and while he say- that the sum of SIlTi.- b'' at the pie-eiii price- for material and labor is all too small, he is making an effott to meet what he knows to be the u:-hes t-.f Veltuontcl s b building it of -ol;e. The cause, as via know front vour own t i w -ap- uiii on bark the advance n ha ' e .. iv . 1 1 out ,, I' thi- '-lieiin. I o sun in we have mafic o he I i . 1 1, I'! ' " i-l r la i iv er t hei i- n Hilts t:f t he A U-l I ia I'-" iia e been I epidsei! . I i Pi "lev -I is iiu, han-e. favorable to the llu - ai - o! the I u'lt my li llll ot le ,.:v ,,t (.;. )'. on v ai ioii- points 'i e -- ia and on t he ! hi et chaise, o i iis b. tile Inl'i.'l I tl le ,1 II olltll Ul.k.i a I or In llel, ! I e i '.! h a ! Sir 1 1 i the ii . ' :.t 1 1 1 ' I ! I . I . i: not He ,' i h lei i : ...I . ' S ! ' I ' I! i . not a mi .-! . mire w i le prir i II i I r I'.il to til ' cl Ii: I tmieier lb. pai. tl,.'. i. ,. ic ' Iio'ii e ii :; : u 1 a 1 ' h . a h i- t i ii Ii a ' ; at hi- o'. II an-, ptcl. ( .',t v 1 1 V Mill I i '"I' I" r " I : i v i - i ' 1 1 , i : .'. ..old lUtll; ami h i m to , v, ith many v. II .: t ,. Smotit i il'is bt en ,. In.me lift i- l a i ,i ol' 1 le-'.tl i - a S h'.T III .1 ! 1 I, .ill, !, ARCHBISHOP HOWLEY. Newfoundland Has Lost One Notable Figures. of i i o 1 1 . j 1 1 i i 1 1 1 ' 1 1 t i : a ', M..I ia i a t h :i h. M to -ei t li'" hi, t h pla re ; m t he Mo; iiini:- at !,''" a v i--i: To the rapit.'.l o Moutprlirr i-; i.'itfir i I ae .-Titiii i. u! t i:i t he v. .: i i. nl the Seiate to o'ci' a !ii San i ! or i-itt of t I ST. JOHN'S. . , Oct. I'!.- In the dea'h n!' Ali'hbishott Miihaej Francis llowlev of St. John's, met ropnlit an of New foiiudlanil. w hose fniie!al wa - held Yc-terdav. tin colony has ,,t (lue of its iiotiible figures. Archbishop llow lev, who was born in Sr. John's in IM.".. was 1 he first native oi' N'ew- mvest iiiMtioli. has been di e to the s tie-- bv vvhirh the 1 1 J 1 1 ill J. ha- btMI p: i.n la d and nni.' tit the lr-scttilig of the number of men and women cm pio.vril ;n the supei v isinu architett ollice -o that about 7" buihlini:- a year is the extent of the government output. Theie al-'o a t au-e for -low ness in the fact that the situation of tin treasury tor the piesrnt ti-tiil yeiir and somewhat so in the l.i-l lialf of the l.i-t ti-, ai year has .e.-T! -iicli that the policy of the Sci-tftiav of the Tiea-uiy has been to let, ml liither than hasten con-1 ruction. I an: -oriv ti:;it d'-lav h;i- ocrmird -ilu e the inere.i-inJ: "f 1'.F'.. but it has been . . . , .1 I t i : . 1. . . e I iei:1 "i I a- t.i.-I a- oilier i ill i n i urjs .., tne line class and condition-, and tondition f iiiit In ii i 'at ion . olll S V ft V 1 t I'i'ct I ullv. Fi; A N K I'kl'Mi.KV. oi tuliel'l. S t., rt. P., P.M ! End Came in Home for Aged Widow of Former Merchant Church Funeral Thursday. Mrs. Mary A. (Scott I (M'ddis. wid ow of SS'illiam 11. (ieddi.s, died this inoriii iig; in the Home for the Ajged, after an illness which had confined her to her bed only -i::re Sjtindtiy. .Mrs. ied lis was born in Schagh ticoke, N. V.. Aug. L's, 1st.'., ami was married in Victory, . V.. June -7, Isiili. tt Mr. (ieddis. They moved to lirattleboro 12 years ;io. Mrs. (ied dis leaves one son, William II.. and three grandchildren f JJrattlebmo and a trait-sister. Mrs. Isntrr" liho.les ot Fonda. ,. Y. Her husband .lied Jan. 1".'. F.'iv He was proprietor of ;i book and station ery store on Main street -i yeais :igo. u lie re- Hopkins, tlorist, now has a store. He was a prominent member of the Methodist church. In spite of alilictions Mrs. tied. lis al ways appeared cheerful am! happy, and louiid much solace in her religion. She was greatly interested in the activities of the Methodist t huifh. i iie Itinera! will be h -Id Thiirsdav afternoon at 1' o'clock in tin- Mctliodisi church, of which .he was ;i menibet'. Ifev. Thomas S'. Owen-, pastor of the chtifcli. will rftii-iiiie ;tn the burial will i-ike pla-e in l!o-,,i ci'lil eterv nesnle her !i!'-!,;:ir STARTLING REPORT ABOUT GEN. VILLA lolitlcs stalkttl the street ki-t tilght atnl it was P.''t o'clock befoi t- the tint political pal ties had nominated their can didates for tow n representative and jus tites ot the peace. Committee cnutei cut e-- i neiv.'ceTi the Kcpimlit ails in tlie Armorv. the Progi e-siven in Festival hiill and the )emtcrats in Itcd Men's hall took up lut'-t ot the tunc, ami the really impor tant business of liominatiiiLC town icpre- clitative t iintlitlates Wiis tiv eishadnw fd y ii tempe-t in a teapot over the choice tit l. t iindttlatcs lor justices ot tne peace. Committee of Progressives and Demo-(.i.it- went back and lorth trom one tiiu- u- to iiiiother, and committees of Itepub- lititiis conferred with them, but did not leave their hall. For town representative the Republicans Iioiiuna t etl r tain ts j-,. l'erry, the liciiio (lats Aithut I". Roberts and the Pronlcs- ivc- Fdwaid C. Cltisbv. 'Ihe lailuie of the iiartie- to iigree on a iustiee ti'-Uet re-nltcil in the Humiliation of two tick et, one by tiie l.epublicans in whu h live Deniot iat- mi' iiiimed ami one bv t In- lleinociiits and Progi es-i es on whith live f i om each of the three pnt'tie- aie liamotl. Ihe suggestion that Mat tin Austin tun jli a t itizen- lli ki t itut not III atei lali.c. i'.s Mr. Austin decided late t tertlav that it- could not spate the time to go to tiie legisl.it ure. ince the caucuses there has been talk ot a coalition, both l.v Demon at s and l.e- jtidilicans. and by Democrats and Progtc--sive-. but time ahwie will tell wliether such a thing will be brought about. SAW CRUISERS FIGHT IN GULF OF MEXICO : en . t h ' 1 1 : I'omnMa ml Catholic I i.f St. John the bi-1 to t.e clev a :piscop;icy. 's in liH. I ed to 1 he b'nma n i .erom i ii;; bi - iint I en vc:i i ti i ert'se oprie. clevtiteit to '.iter arch- i u v 1 1 I ill :)' ) o( le ( r to do in hem.- to 'I ;tr'r of am aa t v i !"ioiir ic h n ; it -ii'i i'it i". a her . t at c : ..- -."li ' 'of In -I t a S "- ( )!'. .' i I." do we Wt'tit I ; T 1 .1 ; M A N. as le wa.;.' I 'id it ii", I I v erl i eiiient . THE WEATHER. Tartly Cloudy Tonight and Wcclnss day; Gentle Winds. S AslllMiTON'. Od. -jo. - v.taMiei' f'irecaat: l'artl cloud night and Wedne-day. (Jentle to rrite s-liiftiiii; wind;-.. BRATTLEDORO'S Hew Furniture Store Furnish Your Houso Complcto New and Up-to-Date Stock kvto nrxivRKY EMERSON & SON ELLIOT ST. rhc to rn. I- FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH. Tonight at 7e','--i 'hi i -t i;t n Kmleavoi' meeting in the chapel. Meeting will b" hi cliarge ot Mr. aiid Mrs. Robert 1 'ret low, who will jg i reports of tli t'liritian linden vor convention in New port. S'e; mint, held Oct. .". and 7 All voting; people invited. AT THE CENTRE CHURCH Tuesday evening". 7 o'clock Meeting of the Hoy Scout;! in the chaptl. Wed tii'sda v at 7.o' p. m.- lius.iiu'ss mretin;; of the executive committee oi .the . hristia n l'.mie:! or society in the home of Arthur !.. Clapp, Main .street. it Inn -ila v at p. m. ll.e vvom.'ii of the p:;ri:!i the home missionary box. Meet ill' U sew ot for Captain Reports a Clash Between British and r German Vessel Off Key West. II A S ANA. O'-r. :.'. The American schooner Fa n ii v 1'rescott leports wit t;es-;n:" a naval battle on tin alte'noou of Oct. 17 bet',vi"-u a f mi r-i'u ii neb", Cci man cruiser resembling- the Knrl liihe ;ind an i. uiden ti lift! Piitish ciuis i. I lie btitlit lustra aiio-.ii .,o miiiiiies. :i distance 1 1 1 Sl-Vi'ia lllllt'S IllilllV hots were exchanged. :ind tne cruisers weir v ! in I tin 1 1 v a I ip.-oac li i ng eacn oiuei, ,1'eii suddenly the Cermilu vessel tuned and thai at full speed to tin nut hwa i il. She Was listi'l'' biltllv to t-irbe.aiiL :iti,1 o v i leu ! v h;:d been f I lie k . Ovine, to the- superior speed of the I.'tinaii ship and the ;ri'owing ilar!c . -.- , .- .. t -. . i .......... liess the lilltlMl cruiser tuo nut I'lii-ii' hal palled westward. Ihe fighting n at .'i.llti o'clock, and occurred in latitude 'Jfi degrees I" minutes, longi tude SI degrees '") minutes. The n'hnoner was- bound from Culfport, Mis:., to Ilu ana. 'i ording lo the chart the encoun ter between the Cf-man ami nnriiii eriu'crs oecurreu :iiou" i " mue.- rsi of Kiv West, in the Coif of Mexico, a spot that lias not been much frequented iv vessels .since tli" war began, owing; to the tact that tierimiii sicamsnips have been interned at neutral ports in the West Indies and Cent nil America. Mexico City IIctts lie Has 18,000 Men Surrounding Military Chiefs at voltaren Uents. SAN ANlnxm. T.-xa-. Oct. -jo. I Mexican consulate here iodav tereived report from Mexico City stating that Cell. I'l auci-i it S'illa t reatctl ;i piinic among the delegates to the conveiitioii of military chiefs in Agtnist alientes totlay by niov ing an army of IS.IMMI men into posi tion w heie he t an envelop the city and imprison the entity ciitci cm e. BURBANK OF THE EAST. Perry republican Choice. 'Ihe Ib'publitan caucus nominated I'raiirls -. l'eiiy, superintendent of the Hidden iV Mai tin iaetmy. a- a camliilate tor town l epi t -t-nta t iv e. .boin lim ait ei - weie pK'setit at the meetinir held in the Aniim v. !'. .1. S'at ei tna n. t luiu iiiaii ot the lb-publican town committee, called tiie L'.itheiing to older. Mr. Waterman was elected chairman and Chiistie 1. Ciovvel! secietary. Charles I!. Cro--hy moved that the chair appoint ;i committee of live to hear sug gestions, consider the situation genei ally, it in i to make a recommendation of a can didate for town representative to the cau cus, follow im; the adoption of the mo tion Mr. Crosbv, Judge James M. Tvlei. Dr. li. I). II. .Hon. Col. K. 1. Taylor'and S". K. Hubbaitl were named ;is the com mittee. Mr. Crosby withdrew and A. P. Simoiul- wa- named in his place. The committee was in t onfei cut e in the olh t ci s' room moie than half an hour and heaitl tiie views nf a number of oter-. Imlgt: T.v lei . ill repoitim; for the commit tee, announced a unanimous recommenda tion of Mr. Perry as the lb-publican can didate. Col. l-'.stey moved that Mr. Perry be named as the nominee of the caucus, and the vole was given for him hcaitil iihI unanimously. Conference over Justices. While this committee wa- in conference it was announced by the pi esitling oiticer that committees fi om the Progressive and Democratic cant u-cs had arrived am! tle- iictl a conference w ith the lb publicans s to the make-up of a ticket of jus- ices of the peat matte up ol h r. be-ra C. V. I1X THE HOLE. Grand Trunk Obliged to Make up Shortage of $259,000. ST. ALBANS, Oct. "ti. ',,r the first time since the Central Vermont railroad entered into tin agreement with the Grand Trunk the latter com pany was compelled hast year to make up a delieit of Sl'."H,2-"7.7" which tlie f turner lost hist year in operating;, ac cording; to the reports at the a initial meeting of the stockholders today. Norman White, Native of Putney, Produced New Varieties of Grapes. XOKWOOD, o,t. -o. Nelson t. White of this town, lamed as a grape glower and sometimes called the "Luther liur biink of the cast," died yesterday in his IHst year. -Sir. White was born in Putney, N't., and in his youth was a cabinet maker. He soon became interested in the culture. f grapes, and at hist gave up eer thing to devote himself to it. I'or more than half a century Mr. White experimented with grape culture. His garden was his laboratory. Many years ago In- uttered his property to tne Massachusetts Agricultural college, but the transfer was never effected. Mr. W lute originated several varieties ..... . 1 I. 1 I I oi grapes that stoou at tne neau ot nursery lists for year.s, excelling in size and flavor the ordinary grapes. The orig inal vines still live in the Norwood gar den, though several of them were 'sold out" for SoMt each to the nurserymen in various parts of the country, and Mr. White, years ago, was in the habit every fall of dipping, packing and shipping the bud to the owners. One of his List pro ductions was the Earlv Piird, which M White claimed should prove as i ieh tint! famous for Massachusetts as the Concord grape did for Xevv York. He had also branched out with other fruits, especially strawberries. PERSONAL. Michael Curry, who went to Ire land last July, sailed on the return trip from Qtti enstown hist Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence K. Barber went to Bellows -Falls vesterdav to visit lier parents, Mr. and JUrs. Jb II. Kimball which has always been Democrats am! Itepnbln an-. than man Waterman said that he hail been consulted over the telephone by members of the other parties ami that he had waited all day to hear from the Pro gressives oitieiaiiy in regaru lo inetr ue sires. but heaitl nothing from their town ommittce until a short time before the aliens, when I'. C. Crosby talked with lim over the telephone. It. C. Bacon moved that a committee of three Ite appointed am! Mr. Waterman named F. I'. Barber, Fred Betterley ami M. C. Houghton to confer with the visit- SI ,., . -.1, 1AI ins. .xir. netierlev witiulrew ami .mi. Bacon was substituted. 'Ihe three com mittees were in conlcreiicc halt an hour, during which there was some talk of plac ing two Progressives on the ticket, but their committee demanded five, and ii" igi cement was reached. The committee so reported and it was voted to adhere to the former plan of lO Republicans and five Democrats and this ticket was nomi nated: B. C. Bacon, .1. (5. Kstev, C. A. Hoyden, II. B. Hails, W. IX. Daley. Kit- tretlge llaskins, M. J. Moran, Harold K. Whitney. A. F. Schwcnk, F. 1). K. Stowo. K. J. Waterman. W. A. Shumway, Carl Hopkins, E. H. Davenport and F. B. ss Pier. There lieing no further busitu the caucus adjourned. Democratic Sparks Fly. The Democratic caul-US' was late in or ganizing because- Harry B. Hau.s, chair man of the Democratic town - committee, w.is lf minutes late in reaching the hall. The caucus got started at once with Mr. Hans as chairman and John J. Eckels as secretary. It wasn't long before sparks Hew. Dan iel Stolte nominated Arthur F. Hoberts for town representative and the nomina tion was seconded by M. J. Moran. Bollin S. Childs placed in nomination Dr. Fremont Hamilton, -who, lie said, was a "vote jitter and au honest man." Mr. Koberts promptly jumped to his let t and withdrew him-eli -trom noinina lion, saying that he agreed with the pre v ions speaker that the man w ho wa- wanted was a ".ote getter and an honest man . Maitin Austin asked Sir. Roberts- to re coii-idcr his tletei 'ninat ion to w ithdraw. i .. lit...... i . i . i , - , i .ni. itoueiis asiveu tue inatlinaii it lie or anyone in the room knew anything ai to the altitude of the Progressive party. 'The chaiiman icplied that he had heard nothing concerning the l'rogi es-iv cs' plans tor lepresentativc, but he had heard some talk rrgaitling the ticket for justices of the peace. Mr. liobeit- suggested that a committee ot three be alitiomted to confer with :t similar committee from the Progressives. Ib'lliti S. Childs took ocaesioii to refer to the fact that in 11' ot the 14 counties of the stiKe there had been comnlete fu sion between tho-e two parties, and he cxpie etl i egret that the matter had not been handled mote diplomatically at the conference between committee of the two parties at the Ncwiane county conven tion. Eckels Reser.ts Implication. John J. lake!, a member of the Demo ciutie conference committee at Newfane, announced emphatically that he had been a member ot that conference and that an min who -,ti, that he ami the other ineinbeis of the committee had not. win Led lnrtii t ! and J.iirlv toe over two hours to bring about fusion did not know what he c.t talking about. The debate over thi bit i ancient hi---toty was nitci ruptcd by Tinted States Marshal Althur 1. Caipenter, who wa seated near the door, announcing that a i ommittce from the Proai esi e caiic-li-was waiting without." He moved that the chair appoint a committee of thVce. B. S. Child amended to make it live. The t hail man named Mattin An-tin. II. II. Dunklee. M. J. Moran, A. F. Hobert" am! IL S. Childs. Mr. Au-titi declined to seive. and at the suggestion of Major Fred W. Childs E. II. Dav.iipoit vv.ts math' the ot ht-t im inbi-i of the committee. tor the n-'xt hour the committee, which was appointed to confer as tti the nomina tions for town repi e-ent at i f. eoufenetl with committees from the Republican and Progressive caiu it-es over a' ticket of jus tice. Alter Daniel Stolte had gone out ami letmiied iinnouiu ing that the commit!1 e was coming. M. J. Moran. speaking f", tin committee, announced at '.' b o'clock that the Republicans had tinned down Il.it the pi nposit ion to have tive member ot each paity on the iustiee ticket. R. S. Childs moved that the same i"in i.iittee be empowered to get together with tin lYogie avr committee ami make up it justice tit uet that -houh bear 1 he names f tive member of each of the three pat ties. Mr. Moran wanted to amend i he motion so tiny could eon-nit again with the Reptibiiraus if it were found tia.t that p'tity had any de-ite to router agtm. nit the in. .po -ed amendment never lt-at hel a vote. Victory for Roberts. About this time -omrone di.-ro-. i i en that the committee had failed to do all,' coiiteiiing over tin- matter tucv were in pointed to collier over, ami the caucus ic tilllieil to the In! ei ru pt ed luisine-s of nominating a lambdafc for town icpie- selit at i v c. Ihe ballot showed a total ot ITto vote-, of which 17 wel for Mr. Rob Cits ami six for Dr. Hamilton, and Mr. Robelts wa- detiaieti the nominee of 1 he caucus. Mr. Rob, ii- -poke briefly, thanking the tailed tor the expression of c. iti'iileiu e jn him. He said that he always was a I), iim crat and that be should go into the ram- piiigu to mean business, and if elected would do the best of whith he was cap able to rcpicsfiit the town at MonlpolitT. Major Childs, a the conference commit tee again left the rot mi ! again confer over a justice ticket, urged that Harkind !'. Howe, Democratic nominee for gov ernor, who i- to speak in Brattlcboro Saturday evening, be given a big recep tion. He declared that there was a possi bility and even a probability of his elec tion ami that Brattlcboro Democrats shonlit make it their oilsitiess to see lli.ii lie hail a large audience. He said Mr. Howe was to speak in Nevviane Saturday rnoiiiing, in Wilmington that afternoon anil in lirattleboro in the evening. The committee returned some time later from the Piogressivp caucus ami reported that ii list of justices had been agreed upon by the Democrats ami Progressives. The list was read ami the persons named were made the nominees of the Demo ciatic caucii. The list is given elsewhere in this article. Before adjournment the Democratic town' committee was. given power to till vacancies in the list of nominations if any should ovcui'. Progressives Make Move. About L! Progressives were in Festival hall when E. C. Crosby, chairman of the Progressive town committee, called the meeting to' oriler. Ten or came in after that. Mr. Crosby read the call and; S. W. Kductt was elected clerk, but tie- j dined. E. ii. Chace was; then elc -ted ! clerk. The tirst business on the warraut j Rumania Seizes Arms and Ammuni tion en Route to Turkey Russian Ambassador Removes Archives from Constantinople to Odessa. ROME. Oct. jo. - The i the near Fa-t which will I lo.-joii in briii" Ru mania and Turkey into the war of the nations is expected within the week. Odici.-il steps taken by tht internments of Germany ami Turkey on tlie one hand ami the government of Russia, Ihiitiaiii;; ami Creai 1 1; itrin on the oth er point unmistakably to th" entrance o. at least two more nations i;ito tin conlliet, with Italy perhaps ready to abandon her attitude of neutrality. Coupled with the significant news that the Russian ambassador at Con n-moved the eiiibas.s-v statttinop'.e litis archives- fiom Coii-t:titii:op!e to Odessa comes the news that Rumania litis seize, i ami holds, despite the protests of the Cerman cntov, a t r:t t nhir-d of artillery and ammunition pa-sin:-; through Rumania on the way from ierma n y to Turkey. Russian ai'iiias mean that Ru- dr.-ijMl of Til! key lh at Tur Lev ha; ispiutri a ticclaratiou ()i war many c:m p-o i.ie le'r witli tie nt ion of I'm sudor i- ta ken ht i e t sia comprehends the , ami understand until :. he;it v guns, ammunition, oi'iiieis mid romph-te tlo tra'wiing of the Turkish ;u mies. Tiie icmova! of tli- embassy archives to Odessa si cms in itself to be an admission by Rusia that war is; ceitnia : come. Tin sudden, latle-i 1 1 :t ma i 'n-. course taken by t'ne gait-eminent of Rumania in si iing :t 1 1 a i tiload of Turkish mili tary property answers ;i oiiesfinn which has been eagerly discussed by Italian politician, whether or not the new King; of Rumania will depart from tin neutral ami pacific policy of the late King Chaile whose connection with and i ! ieiidsliip for the lloheuzollerti i.imily so incensed the Ri;miniau peo ple. It now seems positive that Kiii'g Fe:dinatid will not make the mistalo of his uncle in risking the loss of his throne by passive f t iemiship f ir Oct m;i n v. GUILFORD CENTER. Protective Orange will be uiiabie t' visit Broad Brink Orange Saturday evening as expected. E. E. PERRY & CO. Sole Agents for the Celebrated Patrick Mackinaws $10 Others $3 and $6 i a caiiunitiie 101 unut , representative. E. W. (iihsou moved-; that the second article be taken up lirst, which was tti nominate lo candidates for' (Continued on Page o.) i V ''' The best ment ever warmth and out door gar invented for wear. They have plenty of pep., style and ginger. E. E. PERRY & CO.