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VOL. LXX1X. NEW SERIES VOL. LT.
BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1904. NUMBER 2. 1 f.i J-1 1 STRIKE SPREUS. Most of the Employes of i Shop in Proctor Ouit Work. o rt EXPECT M STRUGGLE 5r ljv III i'it tin1 Is Prepared CD o Mnrlilo Company Miops of Snmll- IT ( olieeritM Itcnilllll Clllxril All Acoltlonliil Miontlnu III Sum ii I nil, H Hard C llril t"t' II it .- ) t July 12. Th n marble strike nine' o'clock tills morillnR has r hud the liir icucluiiR efleil wi , W I.- Ulltl-ip.ltCll I.IHt tllRllt. .ll'IIICS tt r.ilil of the International Asm). n 1.1 Mir 1- Workers him made t i-m-i i t' it till' blow Is HO'tlR .t tin- Vermont Marble n.ipui'v has lint In I'll il us yol lint the Mllko n.iiliT linns ros'iltliiR .il tin- plants of the Qu irrvinu onmnnuy's. I'fi.n-il i Ij . i TIN ..' ')V 1.M . 1 I -I' till till - ml d"Wn .in M .fl. li W U. kinsman mill I i 1 1 li t -i il.i .'i . 1 1 , Mi' sun" effe't mi Hut l i ml l-'liir-u-c mm w hi. li is now runnliiK Mil- I i.i, t I ' imI Uli R . r w 1 1 of m-ii who went i-Mi.t li- learned us i I ilk I hi t tin- num- i mi i 1 i i lull- tver "00. . ',, i i in- i- nt Hi- Vermont i v wli ' quit this tnoruliiR ' , nl - 1 1 i n-litTS. Tin: reason 1 . i 1 , I. ins of the nsillfir.iit i . - ill- Unit the Proctor i e w ' well oiRnnlzeel, tlio i "i n h-liiK non-union nun. i t i. nfliilr is beiiiR wulch- ' 1 .. 1 'I tl'St. '. .li'. II. Late tn-nlRht It was I 'in in i ri lliilil- soiireu Hint prno- 11 of the workmen In tho pi ' 1 " - ol Hie -rinnnt Mnrhl- rnm I it Pun tor wonlil r 1 1 1 1 1 wnrl there t i inrnniK- duly four or live truekeis w i unci in the mill duriiiR tin- ilav. Vin hulk nf 111- miirlil- company's' v rk was Whir done m 1 1 1 1 il pat tin1 nt .-imI it was supposed the unions had little i iiiiii.i n t ii 1 then This is tin most iinport- l"pn l:..il. i i;!. I! nt In the strike.' sltuiition I i 'unity murlilc mills to- It als hive been warned .1 I i . noihiui; from lilts i ! 1 1 i . I i 1 id that th" company r i d I .r . d expects a loni? strilK-A- let t'nie is no sikii of enmlni? I t'i ti'- strikers' vi-ws in the mat i in 1 1 1 v tce that the strike will re- ralily to th- men not because of d "i. ult.v , not h-rc, lint on outside t ul will not b- handled by unloi i "hops nf the Columbian Marble r' nif i ninp.-inv. Temple lirntheis and K M- -man are still iloped. ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING. YeimiK litn In Swnntim I'rolinlily Fntnl ly lnliireil by u City Itonriler. Pi i I . July I!:iv Miller, artel n ! rt.iploi( on the Prank T'opter this town, wns probably fatallv t r i early this evening. Willi u pentleman I oster in i;oni from New York started out to ,-Uy s..-U,.;iian and wlnl w-alk-wenpon viis in dls-liarc:.'.! The 1 mi 1 1.I1101 a c rri 1 I at k l lie I arm. 1 ire'. Tlie 'ii, cillhre ride 1 Porter the at f 1 r a1. 1 1'irt i tt r " cb v aeclil-ntully eti reel Ins bod Miller's buck, pas"e I Il lid lodged under the i I l r V e rr ti abel-mcn. llrn mid Cross of this villain I, d and remned the bullet but chance thnt the yntiu; iu no . over m- h a e tr p n In r M It b I nl e from ukii and lor tin. Manchester, K. this season has riwiinlon Lia.st. lr Ml ADM. CLARK IN BRADFORD. Spciiillin; it Pew Daji In Ills Xntlvo Tiimii muling Old riiihlioi'N. I , lii.nl. July r i l: Clark 1.1 Itear-Admlral ucei-impaiiied by his ( t ' t e i Mis. Holiei'son, her husband 1 r ,iei.,nt Itohersnn. and another son 1n i w Lieutenant llutrh-s, Is spendliiR ir r 1 dac liere In his native town. ' le pnrty nie sloppini; nt Hotel Low 1 the ailinnal is very happy I'lllllnsc n n.d re, elviiiK his old friends iind nc i(Jl-' ,i DEATH OF F. S. STRANAHAN Wns Priniiiiiriil ermoiiler nnd u I'oriu IT l.leiiteilllllt-t.ii crnnr Pllll rrnl I'ridiiy Afterniion, Pt Pie u re e AlliatiF. July IS The Hon. P. rt St rami ha il, one eif St. Albans' nt.it 1 vo and well known men, I I il .iwuy at his iinmn on North ii ireet at 12:t.'i this meirnlnn;, ( ii. iciilllnc trnni eil i hosls eif the i ii it which Mr. Straiiahau had been t f i.nu for many months. Tho fun i 1 ill be held from the hnuso at two ( l-ii k I rday nlternoon. tho Hnv. John J Si will orflcIalliiK:. Thu Iiitniinent vill be In tho South Main hired reran tcrj l arrand Stewurt Stranahan was Vmrn in New Yoik clly on Pebriiapy .'I, l s 13. the second son of Pan-ami Stewart anil .Mary Ciitrdlne Slianuhan. Ho rejeolved 1 Is cilui alioii In tho public schools of the metropolis, coming to Vermont In js,i! He entered tho employ of tlio Ci ntr.il Vermont railroad, of which lie was made paymaster III IRilS. Tills position bo reslKiieul two ye.irei later nml oiittuneil in ir.ircantlln business whic II ho followed successfully until Wl Ho associated himself with thu National Car company In 1871. buliiR eleeted treasurer of that Institution whleh position liu held at tlio (linn nf Ms death. Upon tho firwinlssatlnii of thn AS'elden Natlonul Hank In ISSfi, 1m Mil" ulecli'd cashier, nnd III 1!sii2 was iiiadn Icc-prcsideiit. Mr Strniiulian was a dlroctor of tho Weilen Natlonul H.iiik. tho peeiples Trust company, tho I'lalililln County Creamery association, tho St AlhaiiH J'urnlluro Pactory, tho Oudeiisburir ft I.ako Chiitnnlaln rail road, and was vice-president ami a dir ector of thn MlKsIsquol Valley railroad Ho hud also been em thn board of tru Ices of tho Warner Homo, slnco Us inception, nearly i'.l years iiko. Mr St!i i "i w is i Ft.iiin h republican In I i li . .i a- ii'tucli liitesrehied ii ill lu.itlrrH pcrtalniiif,- to tlio art vanccmcnt and .wclUro of tho party's I ntrrosts. Ho was honored tunny times by rbotlnus to public ntlliv, nml Ills ml iniiilslfiillnn or the affairs nf tli- vnrliiits responsible positions was nlwns I'linl-il nut In a nt inner which rcilccir d Rrout crcil. it iipmi ih- nllli'c mill Its liii'iinili-ui, Mr. Stratiuliim served us trustee nf the IIIuro nf SI. AHmiis fur several years, .mil In il represented Ills town In the House nf Hoprrsrntiitives, In h- was elected senator ftnm Franklin county mid III the smne yeiir wus iippnlntod u trustee ol the Vermont Itefnrni school fur tour yr.ir.s by (Intermit- PlIlliiRhum. In lvnj he wos el-iinl llciil-n.'int-pnvrriHir on the lleUet with Levi K. Puller nf Hrnttlehmn. !fiverniif .Strminhnn hud u hilllliint mid enMiible wnr recurd. lie enllsteil p Co, I. 1st Verinnnt cavnlry, In AtiRiint, 1'iU. mil whs sneresslvrly iirninntril frntn the milks to he Hist lleiiteniint of hl com p.iny. II- tnnk p.irt In nil the buttles in which his r-Klnicnt pnrtlclp.it-il, until 111, when he was iippulnt-d mi iilili'-di-c.inii oil the stnlf nf (iecernl (icorse A. I'llster. lie served In every enit.iKi'iiiinl ill which (hut hrilhuui ciiiniu.iiidi'r took p.irt until .Sepleinbi'i'. sf . when he r-cih-d nil hnn 'inible dlsi'h.'irite nml returned to his home in llils -1 1 . Hovernor Slr.ni.iliiin wmm ,mi of the velerali iii-nihcrs of the I'.r.inil Army of the H-pnPlle. iind wns it ch.it ter lie inbi r .aid for cvenil jenrs nuiinmi',' r of A. 1!. Ilurlhlll Post, No. ill'. (1. A. II. lie wus ,ilso mi honored member of the Mill In ry Older nf the I,oynl IokIiiii. (Invernnr Striinnhnn was di eply inler-fsl-d In prnctliiil church work mid wns u member of loin; stmiillnu of the First I'ou crcK.itlnii.il Cliutcli of St. Albans of which church he bus been u deiicon for the p.ist li'w y,ir. (iovernor Rtriiniihnn wus nimriid on Au i;ust l'.i,'.1, to Miss Mlrmidfi Alrlls, diiush ter ol the lion. Lawrence mid 1'idelln ((inilconib) limine rd, who survives him to. ci ther with u son, Col. P.irrutid S. Strmin limi of .Sm-ntoR.i. N. V.. mid u lnother, John r Str.uiiihiin, cnsliler of thu Weldcn Niitiiiiuil bank. FINED $300 AND COSTS. PriiprlrtiirN of n lliilliiiiil llnlel IMmlili--el for elllnii l,.ii-r. Kutl.md, July 11. Two more off'ndets imi'ef the lr nl optii'ii hiw wi n piinish-d lo-d,iy wlun !'. J. Kelle; and J K Killev. Jr.. proprietors of the iiniupiet Hon.-- on West street, were lined jnmi ci'di for l.i cp. rK tnt'ixlr.'illnc luiin rs Willi Illicit te. fell Illei.-.ill The hotel w.is raided the Penirth nml a e,u.mtitv of liqiirir of nil Minis selzid Aft.,- bcim; ei.iltiui d u couple of time", the I use ivns tllken lip before eitj .liidtre 'Willis M. Hoss in city (ourt this morning. I'ity Attoir.iy P. M. .Meldon priseeiite.l wiiile 'I'. II. Hiowii was cniinscl for the r-spondi nts. Seer.il v . 1 1 - mm-ineos testitied that they hud boimht li- ilior of liolli the Kelley broth ts .it the hotel lately. Houi" said tiny did not l.nnw what the stmf wus. lis color was red. The respondents pill In no deft ti md the court found the prNnner iruilts of the churn-. J. P. Kelley wns lined $',''i nii'l costs, .-nnmiiitim; in all to ;'.T P. J. Kelley wu tln-d JPJiii and c"ts. ninnmit inc In ill to .Hil.r.l. II it h uppealed am! lurnished hull in ?"' each. RUTLAND BUSINESS SOLD. Mum Hern t'niisollilnleil itIIIi n Iloitnn l'lrni lay laiMi- the Shop. itutland, Julv ir- Dr John A. Mead, president of the John A. Monet Manu fneturlUK ompany, stilted to-day that he had sold his majority interest In that company tei H. 1 1. Hrow n of New York city who has sold It to the Haw son. MornlMin company of Ibisle.n. The P'lti.ind company which has be'cn -on. ducted in connection with the Howe Scale company manufactures coal car-ryln-; machinery and the Itawsoii. Mor rison -eimpany purehnyed the stock of tile local loinpauy in orler to -a t er.n ti'ol of Its patents. The two concerns have been consolidated unipr th- nam of I lie Mend. Mori Ison MaiHifa-turinir company, and tho offices will hereatter be at Hoston. l'"or a few- months the concerns will be operated as heretofore but eventual ly tbev will be consolidated either at liiitland or Hoston and an immense plant elected. The local company did a bL'slnes!, of .$fi.i),iu last vear. LIGHTNING IN MIDDLEBURY. I.nrne Ilnrii llctroyed nnd Other Diiiiiiiki' Itone. Middle burv. Julv 12. A severe electrical slnrm passe l ,er this vilhifro this even- IHK .ind llKhtnin;; did ennsiderable dam age, it strii-k a lurs- tr-o In front of the Phelps house on North Pb iptant street and tore It to ieces nil. I bidlv frlKllt-ned the inhabitants of tlni sec tion. It stnirk Hie larKe hav bain In - loilKllli; to the Plilrirlse estate on Court street, sfttlnc it on nre. Tne lain was a tol.ll le-s. Thcv weie just lllllnt; tlio birn v.ltli new hay. The loss is about l,miO with f7" Insurance. Mr Murry. who resides in the east pait of the totvii, was dolnir the haying and left his new -.vriKon ami set of harnesses in th lurn which were also burnt. Ills loss is J2nti. no Insurance. Tho department was called nut hut could do no Rood as tho lire was out of the vllhiRo limits and the inm w,s nearly consumei1 wlien they arrived on the scene. 'flic storm did some damaKC to the elec tric hunts and the onemtcrs in ill- New FiiKlnnd telphonf offl were bully frlchtonril and nhliuol to lcnve iiieir pots. It Is without doubt the hardest storm that has passed over this -ectum in tome time. ijhli) on snr.iops chahch:. Montl'eller, July 12 -II. ( f.Ul.ert of this city was lu city court this moiniuR churned with bur-.lmy in biv.ikhm Into tho floepiutr ap-irlnient eif Mrs. Abide llalhaway on Court street last Sunday nlKht. He Is also chanted wltli an t teuipleil felonious assault en Mrs, Hath Hvn, Mr. nill'erl wns not re pres. nti .1 by ( eamsel 111 city -01111 tills morning. He waived crimination and JihK'o Wood ward bound him over to tin- Kiand Jurj 111 fiepll-llber, I'XlllK bail ul iV"1 wlin-li fillln rt was unable to iiitsc abd was le niiiiulcd to jail, MET TERRIBLE DEATH. Voiiiik laii Horribly Horned by lli- pleiklon In ii Holler. Itutland. July 12. After sufferlnft tenlblo annoy from his hums, Marcus flruy, a ynuui? man employed nt the rtalelKh Marble Quarry at Powder, is dead aa the result of Injuries received III nn explosion there .Sunday night. The boiler at tho quarry was repaired last week and after the work hud boon com pleted the sldo of the boiler was ci Med with kerosene, oil to keep it fioni inst Inir. Younif tlray was worklni: nlahtu In tho holler room at the epiarry nnd Kun- (tuy IllKlll licforo lllllllK the holler he started to Inspect It. With il IlKhted torch Ijelorc him, lie climbed half way UIIO1041I inn mail nolo openinK Into the boiler. He Iind rnnnatteil to mpieeze his head nnil sliouldeiH IliroiiRli thn hole, when sud denly and without warnliiR there caiim it terrlllo o.pooii and ho was hurled llko tl shot from the mouth of the boiler, sev eral (eat away. A Iiiiko toiiRiio of ilame liuict from tho manholo as tiniy'H body was ejected and the Interior continued to blazo for soino minutes, When dray wan lust piiked up it was thniiKlit ho wiih deael. IPs face and upper tody wero luiincd beyond reronnltion, Ho was found, however, to bo still nlivo and medical assistance was at once sum moned. He llliuered In ul-iiuv uiilil Mnu- iluy afl-rnnon nbotit otiu o clock when the end came. (.'ray was about 20 years old ami un married. ANOTHER CASE OF LOCKJAW Mnmpe-llpr Hoy Dcvclopi Die DIveiiHc Hurt on Hie I'eiirlli. Mnntpeller, July 12 P.rnesl, (ho 10 year old son of Mrs. Ann ('loss of this city Is tluuiKht to-nlKlil to be dyliiK with lock law. On the evening or July the little fellow had in his hand a blank cnrlrlilKo ami s-ver.il stones. The I'lirtrldfre wus exploded tenrlnt; an ttt-'l.v wound In the hand. The wound was properly dressed and no evidence of tetanus appeared until last ccnlni; when tho lad wait taken with convulsions. Several phy sicians have been In attendiilu e this uftetnoon and eenlni; and aiitl-leta. nus toxin- has been adui.lilst-r-d. The physicians h.ne not niv-ii up licpo but the case Is de.-p-r.tle. The ae-blent wi.- almost identical with Ihiil from which l.in I luchuiiliic of ISurllnKtnti died last week. THINK IT WAS KINGSLEY .V'M York Pollei' I'lnil a Itadl) lleeom pnscil lleily In the llnrlem lib or. New Ynrit, July 1".- The poller teport Hie lindlni: lo-nlMlit of a body believed to hi that of Henry liaMer KIiik.-Ii y, the wealthv jniiiiK X'ermonter, who has le-n :iii--sli.w sine- l.i t-1 November troin th-hom- or Ins cousin, llucli II. Hi.t-r. In 1'litli avenue, tills cltv. The body, which was found In the Har lem river at l.V( street and is belly ,r. ( ( an poM'd, Is clothed hi u bl.uk salt nnd overcoat. It is that of a man about IS I'll" old. live fei t ( l;lit Ili-lii.-, in heipht and wi'lulilm? 1,'n poiiniis. CANNOT l:.; His SON. lliitlnnd. July 1" -Winn th- report ef luidii'H a noel) .--iippo.. ed in ! ih,it ol II. P.. Kmssl-v ol thit iily w i ri i iv-il here tii-nmlit, Major L. 11. K'mi; ! ,. the mi-s-in mill's lather, was notitie.l. II.' do-.-i not think it is his son's hodj a.s he w.n only hv- f. et mid one Im h ,,l and th body loiind was live fi einlit Inch-s. GOOD GROVTH OF CROPS. Xcvr KriKlniiel I'ariiiers Much I'.ncoiir IlBCil bj- Prcent l'rusicct. P.oston, July I,',. The weekly crop bulletin of Hi- Ni w Kniilund i.oa ot th- climal- an I rop si rM ol the weath-r bureau sns: Th- w-iih'r of the week was vi ry favi.r.ilil- 1 ir crop Riowth and fairly satlcta-tory foe faun woik, except in southern sections of tli ilistricl, wh-re clniiilneh a.ul occasional idiow-rs on s-viral days delayed iuijuiR. In northern portion.-, of the district ihuo was an iihiinilaiiee of siinshlne and I he weather was viiy favorable to all farm op-iatlons. Th- reports limn corn sp in dents show a pievalenee of cool merits, wlille the day ti niper.itui i s wire noi far troni th seasonal uveraRe. The m.iiiniuiu tempi futures Ren-mlly ranRed m the to s and probably leached !ei deRioes In a f'-w Instant os Tin- n iniiu.i iuned In tlio Ws, showiiiR epilte a mnrked uimIIiir of the utmospln.ro nt uiitlit. Over the Brenter portion of the oistrict th- la.n I ill was licht, and. In some lectmiis, mostly lu th- noiiturn portion, th-vo was none. In some south, rn sections .-li.nvers tell on everal days, and tli-i- w.n an xeess of eloudin-ss. Hain Is iiin-li n led in Maine, except probably in th- mth west poitinn. and in sonic sielion. of New llampshlic and V-imont. lint lor tn n mainliiR parts of the distilct the roll is in excellent condition. CONDITION Op CISoPS. The Reneial and mueh-medid runs of th- pr. cediriR week pniv-d ol ri-.u b. ni pt, .nub all crops have mad- rc iI, mil, Ir, somo Instance, phenoni' nnl ,;-owih. li-ports tioin .iltoiit all sections i-di-ale that burners ale much encour.iK-'d by the pi-M'ut pio.sp-cts of eiops. In .lorlli- iin sictlons lain would now be iry' i-iieucial. while over the Southern Stihs' warm, dry weather is n d-d tor c,uiinR line! ciirniR, and housing the lare lia crop. ' I (iiain.-Corn has continue, to improve. Wltli sllnht rxciptions it lias made satis-1 factory growth, and. lu .some localiiics, I it has proiesseil rapidly. In a few si --1 Hons II Is still liackwaiil, but over tin mulor poitlon of New KiikIiiiuI Hie nop1 Is near the nveiawo In itiowth -iml of liculthn, dark r. en color. The early, planted is lasndlnR In many Uriels of th southern sections. Kye anil oats are gen erally cood crops, tlio former i-nlv tol cut and the latter headlriR well and mil I Considered, as u whole, the urn in e ion is in very satisfactory condition. .nl' fives promise of. an ultimate yi-ld that will fully (iiual the uvci'.iro. (Iruss. Hay h.nvestuiR Is now under .ty In all .sections of New Km-lund ..mil In south-ru pen Hons of the dlsliiet. the work i at lis IniRlit. With siitrhi v- ceptlon the yeld Will he larRe In all sec tions. Showers and nveiiast skies have eoll'M.li t'lilllv ret:ir,l-,l Mt.. Ii.,,.,.r ...... lieiilarly In the southern half of .lie sec- iion, aim n nus now Peonine pe 'i ,'s.iry to rush It forwnril us lupldly i. pos'lhli'.. In sonic holds when- the j;rifH Is very heavy and lank, and IhiIrci) by Ivavy rains and IiIrIi winds, machinery c.in not be us-,1 and cutthiR will have to be made with scythes. With warm, dry weather the bulk of Hie crop will be housed within a week PaMuris are ex cellent and stock of all kinds Is In nood condlllon. Piult.-ln some (motions nf Itbnde Island, aecoi'dliiR to the corresinndents, Hie apple crop will bo rather Merit, and. in parts of Connecticut and .Mn.no, it will not exceed tho nveraRo. but far the rest of New KiiRlfllid the indications nrn lor a larno crop of this fruit. Pears, penehes and plums, ate uneven, w'tli the Reiiernl yield ,eow the i.v. rai;e Apples, pears and plums nre dronpiiiR badly In some orrhnrds, but there l-i little complaint from worms. HI ickbei ries, blueberries and raspberries, promise Rood crops, nnd (he last two mentioned are now beliiR pi, hed and marketed. Crapes have linpioved and reports Indicate a fair crop. Cianberrles are not very nrom IsIiir and the yield, fro-, the present out look, will be below the averaRe. There nie still some strawberries In Hie mar ket, but the nason lias about closed. VcRotublcs It-ports are very favorable to nil vcRetalile crops. Potatoes nrn kiow lliff fast, are siiIToiIiir comparative lv lit lie finm Insect pests, and Rive promise nf a InrRe crop of excellenl quality. The eaily-planteil urns are helm; duir and mnrki'ted In the soul hem sections. To matoes are very tlulfly, seltliiR full, nnd the outlook favorable to a I.uro crop. Vines fiiiitlnue to suffer fnnii eutw..rms but, as a. whole, they are In fairly sal's fnrlorv condition. Onlonu wittin tea.. , , oi.i iioiii the Ri-eiit iiiviirc from worms, are makuiR KuiMi liinttiii. iiuimii vcReiaines mid truck aio In excellent condition nnd makitiR Rood Rrowth. Tobacco. Tho tobacco crop, as a whole, la lit froofl eotnllll M itd.l .,t..l.lHn. " ,,,,.i ii-iitoiK ritiin- factory Rrowlh, WorniR arc moio or less I .n,,lil..n..,fl Kill I.. (..-. ,1.1 , injio iioiu nus so-rcc Is probably less Ihnn tho nvernRe. The weather has been fnlrlv fnvoriblo n nil tlvntlon, and, in ninny fields, tho i hints ,,navo rcceivea tun second jiorint'. i T. Local Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State THE NEWS BY COUNTIES The Wlnooilel Vnllry, Vlllnces tip North I'roiii the Inland In (lie l.nke in the fnnnumiiHle, Aliuilf Otter CVrek nnd by (lie Shorcr. of White It I ter Cm creel by Snr clnl Corroxpoi' dents. ADDISON COUNTY VERGENNES. P.iith. th- little daimhler or Mr and Mrs. J. A. I bit i untloii, underwent a successful siiikhiiI operilion Satuid.iy ai Dr. Sp.it liawk's sanllariiiiu for impi nja-itls A new barn Just coinpleti d. In longlnc to Tliuotli) Ponovan ol West KerilHlmiKh. was uriick by iiclitn.n.r Monday after noon, liariiii: i, If iv"rai "late anil break ing a niimoi r of rafter. Mr. i moMin and son. J. lui. ai d David Ml'Ier. who were In the l.arn. did not suiter tr. la th- shock iltlioncli a horsi . b-loni; nj to tin, latter, w is knoi Ip d down and r nd. n d uncon- s urns lor ,. .limit time hut . i wuhoiit i pan nt injure. I .-dt;"r I '.i nt on. a foi nil t ri slil-iit of this i Ity, died in I Monday iiiclu from a parnlvl' v red lat-r w--knowii well, Mas., shock, need '" .Mars. I lie lioily. ucrompaiued by two son.-. Altnd and Kdwiird. arrived h-i-W -iln-.silaj inornlntr and tie r uieral will lie held at Si. Peter's Chun li tins moriiiiiR at ten u'cloctv. Mr. Panton was a resi dent of tin., i Ity for many y-ars nnd i ur ned on t'i- business of hou.-e pullltlllR. About lour -.curs .iro he nioMd to l.ow-ll. wh-ie he has since nslebd. He Is sar-, mmiI bv a wifi. seven sons. Altred, I'M-1 waid, I.-iIri - C, Joseph, Albert. Andrew I anil lhisiin of Lowell, two cl.iiichters, Mrs. i May ytn jnd Mrs. St- Hn Dellsle of Lawrence, Mass., and a .-tepson, Paul Hunch of Haverhill, Mass. Mrs. John Connor, son and daiiRhter of Hiiic "t-r. -Mass., nn. v'MHiir her brother. Arthur IliiiRcr and other n i.itives m town. Mrs. c. W. S-lple mid sen. t: W i iln-Mlay for Wntertowii. N. eirRe-, l-fl Y., where I she will visit her sisters, Mrs. (leorR rionker. Mrs. Charles Hi it and Miss Alien Haas, attei which they wMI ro to Mayville, N. Y.. to visit Mr. Sel; ie's mother. Mrs. A. St'ipic. Airs. J. McL.iURhlln ,u d two children ot I"tirli.i',Mon ale Hie ric ts of Mis. M. .1. Prunier this week Tlie ladles of tlie H i.itlsl Church will lioitl an ice ireaiii soi!, Wednesilay even Iiir. July LO, on the -Ii' h Inwu. I "red Holand ot lint linVt'Ui is v.tltliiR at Julius ni-tt's. Mrs. II. P. Plsher entei'tailu d her Sun day school class at per home yesteiday 'ilt-nii.ou. Mrs. Roland hns retuniril to her home lu ItiiilliiRton utter a week's isit to Julius itiiett anil dauRhter, Mrs. K. J. Pruiner. it Pern Hill cottaRe In Addison. Mrs Joseph DalRnalilt and daiiRhter have none to Ke-ne, N. H., for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Prederlck N. Hates and 'l.iuuhter. Itoseniii r. , "l il spendlr.R a w t -k 'tl h-r. Stet,hi.n Hates. Worc-Mer, Mass., town with his fa Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Talier and son. Prank, are .-pendliiR a two weeks' vaca tion nt Pons Point, MIDDLES Uli?. Truman i.iul William H.nley of Lelces Irr Junelion. who were anestid bj Di p itv SI "i Iff liriiee nf that place md Ih-ourIii her- Pl'lday nlRht ami ioilRed in til- county J.-ul. were belore .lustu t of the Peace A. W. Dickens Satin .lay for intoxication ai'd w-re both liud. It 1 - iiiR the fornn r's second offonco lie was lined fll7 and us lie was nnible to pav the tin- he was taken lo the House of Con eel Ion where he will spivc 101 d,ns. William liilley was Riven t-n davs m tli countN Jail. He i mild have paid but would', 't. Il Is un lerstoou that tin v v. ill bo aitcstisl n train as soon as their sen tences expire for issanlilnR an offiter, who they maikc'l up ipilto haelly while he was nrn sllnc them. The iinont Morpan Horse Hreed-rs' association ir arranRlntr for the shlptin nt of Vermont's t xlubit of MniRans at Hie St. Louts exp-slllon the comiiiR nioiith. Aicoiir the animals lo ro from Vermont will be Col. Joseph llattell's iicneral Hates .mil Ilex owned by V.. C Hyder of Wey- brulRC. On Moi.day, nuilket day. orrs hroiiRht is cents and butter IS cents. Mrs. I' red Whitney, associate editor of the Nortlilleld News, ami son, Philip, and Miss Mary Pllnt of Mont peller are the Riiests of Mr. and .Mis. P. II. Thomas for a fow weeks. Miss Adelia Seely of Mechanlesvllle, N Y.. is tlio truest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Seoly, for the summer. .Miss Mary Nash of HurllnKtou Is In town for a in du" visit with relatives and friends. Tlio special mootlnt? of tho Middle bury Co-operative Creamery associa tion Monday niorrlliR was lamely at tended ami the plant Is doinR nn excel lent business In thr,tr new iiuarters. (ieorRD Severance of Clareinniit, N. II.. has been secured as lay render at tho Cream Hill Kplscnpa church. Mrs. Clara Hlxby and family aro nt Silver Lake for a two weeks' outliiR. Mr. and Mrs. William P,irr,i and ihll dren have rotiinieel from n two weeks' visit with relatives In Hurliimton. Mrs 1'ianU Ioomls, whllo nt work lu the uppi r part of her hou.io Tuesday nioinlriR, uiado it mls-slep and fell down stairs Hie whole IriiRth. No bones wire broken but she was badly brul.'d. M. T. Huttertleld has commenced tho cimRtructloii of a barn on his farm just south ot the vlllatfo to replaces the ono destroycil by flro lust March, Charles Plnney Is nl KnlRht's Islnnd for a few days' outlnR. Tlio maniiRers of the local court of I'oresters me urriinRlng for a r.tllrcad excursion In the near future. Mrs. It. M. LmiRworthy ami driiiRh ter of Hinsdale, N. II., nre vIsitiiiR his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. il. Laimworthy. BRISTOL. The I.ailleti' Ilutne Circle of the emigre. Ratlouiil Church will meet with Mrs. I. N Itosemiin Thursday, July II, for tho elee tlou of olllceirt. -MIss Jentiio Sherwln is nt hiiine from a three weeks' stay in Middle bury. -The rcmnlns of John L. Chaso worn hroiiRlit hcio I nun HinlliiRtou Hatunlav .Hternoon. and taken tu the resilience of Mrs. Josh' l liase on rnrk street, whore thu funeral si rvtccs were hold Bimday aflcrnoon, Tho Hev. Silas p. Perry, tlio Haptlst pastor, otllclatcd, Mr. Chaso was a carpenter nml moved fiom hero to Hur- llnKlon about a year mro, Ho loaes n wlfo and ono daiiRhter, fix yenra old. Tho burial wa In lircenwoood cemetery. The 1 bearers were two brothers of the deceased, V. (1. lliiskliis and Pred Chase.- A Rame of ball Is nrrniiRed for next Saturday af ternoon, between tho Hlclimnnil team and tho Hrlslols.-The Hev. (I. H. Wilson, the Aelvent pastor, will hold a prayer meetliiR nt tho school honso in South Ilrlstol until lurther notice. M. P. Varney will lead the Kpworth I.eiiRiie mectlllK nt the Methodist Church next Sunday evenlne;. Dennis Ills Minetle, wlio Is sufferliiK freim ii cancer Is fallliiR. -Mrs. Mary HoRers of AlhurRli and Miss Candnre llatcli of Niushna, N. Jl., are ruisIs of Mrs. Nidlle Hariiard. John Harney, who was Injured last week at the Novelty Works, has nearly recoveTod. Mrs. Thomas Hurke of Hoston has been visit I Mir Mrs. Katharine Hurke. A curfew law Is beliiR iiRltated here. Miss Nellie Mohan has closed her school in Slnrks hoio. Misses Cella Hill and Prances Sum ner have situations for the summer In a hotel at Lake' Hoinoseen. K. K. Peckhmn will lead the Christian Pndenvor inectliiK nt the Haptlst church next Sunday even hut. Wilklns Chaffee and Mrs. L. il. Per Rusi.n of Staikshoro. who were badl.r In jured by beliiR thrown from their carrliiRe last Tbiirsila.. are re-oVitluR liom their injiirl-s --Miss ('lata PerRiison N at home from a week's visit in Hoston and vlcinitv. Mchln N. Hoss .md Miss P-arl Hud. both of huh (own. wen united lu inarrlaRe at the Haptlst parsonaRe last Saturday evenliiK by the Hev. Silas P. P-trv. Tin Rre.nm Is the carrier on Ii. P. D. rout- No. 1, and th- bride on- of our best known ! iiiiiir liidu s.Mrs. (!. li. Ciilnnn and sons of Hart ford. Conn., are NIHim rela-i lives her-. The Hrlst'tls w-tit to Hntilln;t lon 1 1 1 -1 Saturday and d-l'-at-d tho llunl iiiRlon train, s to ii. W. P. elms-and Mis. Ilissi- chase letmned to HurlliiRtoii Moii-i, lay. Mrs. Chase will return heie to re-1 side. All alarm of it re was rutiR in from the town hall about M.3u Tuesiliiy forenoon. ' It was found lo It- lu on- ol Ih- upper rooms in the rc-idi'!ic- of II. I!. Patterson on West Mr-et. The lire wns xtliiR'iished ' without the aid ol th- d-pai I in-lit. The damiiRe was inclined to th- carpet, our-, tains, i le, Th- lire Is supposed to have eaiiRht from matches.-Just p e' 1 1. p. Slier- j win lendi led Judgment Tmseluy lor the pl liniiir tor H l tr i d imiu.-i's mid costs of ill ill- cast- of C. P. Liiwienec vs I. .1. Mm ray. Mrs. (1. C Cady and daiiRh-l Ii r ol Ninth Creek. N. Y.. nre visitliiR Pr par-nts, Mr. and Mis. I). K. M-ad-r . Sup-riiiteiideiH c. . Mil) of 111- Nov-lty ; Walks is at hnnie trom hi" vacation j Holla W. I'e.ike went lo N. w York Mmi- (!.i inirlit to Join a pil'IN of fri-nds for a I Ktitop-.m trip, saihiiR We dn-silay. II- v 1 1 1 it- absent until H-ptt mber. The 1 'l'n asm e Seekers will mot next That' ilny afternoon at the Haplist Church.- T'l I Hi v. S. P. Perry olllei iti il nt the fun. nil of Mrs. Hnskins in Lincoln W dm sday. lb in v Wh-eler, a fanner on K ist slieet in N-'v Haven, hail Ihr-e cows kill-il by j ilRhtniiiR Tiii-sday .ift-rnoon. The bolt stiu-k the side, t-ariiiR .mt several staves. Tlie i attle wi re instir-d round on- of his hoi's, wit h a hi ok-n h r Tit . d of Itutlaiul is in town. -V W. Ilnbbaid in tho pasture Kdwaril Dana EAST MIDDLEBURY. Miss l'lora Hunt and Mi I'"va Wells of ISurlluRton liuve li-rn MsitniR friends here recent ly el, M. Howl.uul. a misslou- ,lrV lo .lupuu. Rave a mission iry iaiu ;" ""' -lei'ionisi i niir-n nn Minuav lasi. --Mr. nnil Mi's. Hiram Hisiiop Msil-d nt Thomas Hi t d's recently. MONKTON RIDGE. The funeial of D ivld Lawieiici , who illed th- eveniiiR of the July 4 win- held at, Stat'ksboro on Thursday afternoon. In: the piocesslou Mr. Chaffee's horec beianie' liniii.in.iRi..ible, and Mr. Chaffe- nml ladv' w-re thrown from the buggy. He wasi ipiite se-ieiely Injiiied. No other doctor, lielnt.: a7tllable. Dr. Law rente wns called I and Hum could not attend his father's I burial. A ouiir man by the name of I James It-nfrew of HIiiRliam. Me., with his nll!IR Wile .lie ailOllt id IllOVC into t llO ( parish house (as it is sometimes called)., lie will preach her- and douhtli ss at North P-rrlsbi.rHh In th- afl-rnnon. The parsonaRe It is been vacant since L. .1. HiiRR left In ()e tuber ol bits y-ar Lizzie i PaiR- led tin list imacr intinp. held on! Thursday cmiiiiir The tlislriM sch-ol. t.niRht Miss I'l.ixi'Mi of Charlotte, i dosed on Pri'l, it. tin -nildrcn r ivinRl Ii.uIrc.s of ell rt'i i-. nt colors act orduiR to! Rr.nle. The I.. n her also r.io an enter tainment In th- --ninR, whleh was larRo-1 ly attended. The i 1- ro to reph nlsli the .school IRiriry att-r puri'liasuiR a ll.iR. SHOREHAM. Mr. and Mi New York i Ilk, Mr anl Mrs. D are at Hi- Lake L. Haldwiii hav. Dally and daiiRliler of Mi-s Sw.-t t of Tmy. ii"d ivis of Mt V. num. N. Y.. House. Mr. and Mrs. M. sold th-ir farm In Arthur Fnrnhaii! - Friuay afternoon the Juniors In M the last mei liiiR for the summer at (he parsoniRe. Mis. C. N. North r.iv" tlii iii a very uiti restiiiR talk about the birthday nf our country and about our tl.iR. After a short proRiainine a social hour and Raines were enjoyed, ADDISON. The social at L C S -eRar's was epilte well attenil-d, but th- weather was such that the relrcshments had to tie si rved In tlie house.- Kilos Ha Iter .mil wile of Wor oster, Mass . me Riiests at James Haker's. -Mr. nnd Mrs. peter Ainiehiiian are the parents of a hab Rlrl Alice HreRory Is the Riiest of lid sister. Mrs. James Lacy. Mi'innda W'illmaith is sloppliiR lor a tline with Mrs. Nclll- Cluk and other friends. -The Hev. II. II White an.! i-i. Ilirold, havn Rone to Ira for a visit Dr. It. II. Smith, who ha. been the riicsi of his hioth-r, has i-ttirned to Ins home in Wcstorloy, H. 1. WEYBRIDGE. Mr. mid Mrs HenrRo Downey nf Pur llnRtou weie at the T.lcr home for n few ilut,s last week.- Miss M. Wynne Wads woith of SpriiiRdeld. Mass, is the Riieist eif Mrs. II. A. Adams.-Carson Hobblns will ni cupy the pulpit of the Methodist Church next Sunday inoriiliiR. Mr. ami Mrs. Henri Krans and four children ol' New York city are spendinur soerul weeks at L. O. Thompson's -Hnnl Twltchell of Hartford. Conn., is a Riiest at the Twltch ell homestead. Mrs. Sally Pol'.- is at her old home for a few weeks' stay.- The Hev. W, I". SlocllIU, visteir of the Methodist Church, will ictiirn from his ae,illon July in nnd a reception will be Riven him ivt tho parsonaRe Wednesilay ovenliiK, July :o, to whn.li all ate cotdlally invited. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Miss Lulu I'nilerhlll and lCmma Wil liams nf Ihooklvn, N. Y., are stopplnR with Maiy YouiiR for a few weeks. -1 lenry llirilsill and Miss Ulimd returned to lliooklyn Thutsday. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Yiiiiiir arc reJoicuiR over the birth of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Philander Orws visited frit nds In HurliiiRlim last week. John firaco has roiio to Foi'tj.i:tlian Allen, whero he has u position. SALISBURY. Miss Laura K'elsey has returned home after beliiR away for Home time tenchim. school. Mr. mid Mrs. tl. M. Howlund. their sun. Paul, and daiiRhter. Pauline, arc vIsitiiiR at Henry (looditch's. ,Mr. and Mrs. Howlattd lire nilsslnnaries to Japan Their residence Is ill Sapporo. W'llll.im DiiinlnR of Huilini'tim Is a Riiest of I'. C. Atwood. Dr. Herbert HiiRlie of went to Hnrro Tuesday nieji'liinif. lCdwaul Palno Is ut J. V. lluldeu's. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Area), who aro lu Mnssu chusetts, tiro cxpcctcil homo this week. PANTON. Mr. nnd Mrs, Loyal SpauMlnr ratiRht n ten-pound pickerel whllo tinlllnc (u the lako recently 'llinmas O'Doiuell from Now "iork Slate wan In town last ween nnd relumed homo with a lino pair nf Imv horses which hit BurchaBCil of Mr. Owen of Addison. -tleot'RO White, who has been rpendinR his vai itlon at his brothers, rcllirned last Saturday to his bom- In nrreslr r, Miifs. (iuy Field and bride of 1'errlsburRli were lit his fcl-tct.', Mrs. Htirton Kent's, lart week. RICHVILLE. Mrs. Wallace Ikey Ins retiirned from MiissaehiisettM. -The little folds who ut tendril the birthday party nt the par-. fioniiRo last Friday nfternuon reports a very plesant time. Mrs. Tllllon of New lluvi'ii Mills has been vlsltliifr; her parents. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Hablw In. Mrs. Harry Chinch mid daiiRhter nf Hi nekton are at her father's, CIcoiro W'.ilte. STARKSBORO. Miss Annella and Hrare Hussell of Hitr IhiRton closed their schools In district No. ii and !i July 1. with a picnic in Mr. Carpen ter's Rrove. The day was pleasantly sp-nl. I!errelim-nts were served, followed by siliRiUR and spinkliiR by the pupils, also music by Mrs. M. D-h-rvilli, Flossie Moody and others. Ill distilct No. 9 prizes were awarded to Hazel. Homer, lluber nnd II lima ' ft. In district No. ti to Paiinle Unlet, Helen llullock, Wayne and (llailys Fuller for havitiR no absent marks elllllllR tlie term. Mis. M. 1". Swift, who has been spend Iiir the winter with a sister In Iloitnn, has return-1. She and her datiRhter, Mrs Saes of SpriiiRlleld, Muss., are liv iiir In Mrs Sayles's house.-Milo Smith has moved his famllv Into the Methodist p irsoiiaRe When leturnlr.R fmm I In; fu neral of Daiil-I Uiwrence ol Monkton la-st we'e'k -Mr. U'llklus Chaifce's horse ! -rame unmananeable and both Mr, t hitl-f-t! and -Mrs. L. ll. Fiirusoii, who viik with lvm, were thrown from the can lace. They nn eiieh siuieiliiR Horn a broke n rlli and seven- Iniilses but ar- iIouir well at th" pi-s-ni w ntiURs Perley Hrnwn's Utile tliuchtir. Annabel. Is til. The sub ject eit the sermon at the Pi ee Paptlst Church next Stindav iuoiiiIpr will "Workmanship and Wot I:." lu tin. even !iir the Chrl--tian hmdeavor t ipie will be: "Th- World's (lam Hu-urIi Pnlverp.il Peace," leader. John Maxlield. This will he a consecration meetlnif and there will be the --i lion of olin."is at tho close of the mei tint'. HANCOCK. Myrtle Tart has Rn" to lako Homoreen to wail on table - Mnrftnrot Ity.in liom Mnssnt husetts Is visltiiiR nt J. II. church's. -The Woman's christian Ti nip erenee Felon will nn et with Mrs John Holiseu; ,lul Mrs Charb s WrlRlit f rom Cnthituate. Mass, formerly of this town, is visit Inr Iri-inls In town. I lenry M-rri-man fioin i 'einneelleiit with wife end daiiRlil-r and son are biting at Kilns Clalllu's. NEW HAVEN. Prof. P. P. Hath'lorne preslileel at the orraii at th- Coii-'i e untlonnl ''hiirch Sun day. Ij. A. Hak' r is maklnt' some pails on the house he ren ntly iviuRht of the Powd esl.it- Plot. Ilathorn- and Mi.-. W. II. Partch and two chil lrn were in littrliticton a lew tlavs list wok. .Mrs. Shaw of llufl ilo, N. Y.. who has I, e-n vIsitiiiR In r ni-ee. Mrs. Coatcs. went to WevbildRi- Friday. -Ml. and Mrs. HoffnaRle of Tlcon 1eroL-.i. N. Y.. are Riiests of Mr. James Wilson and wife. Constable p. K. How lev went to Windsor with Dr. Hlsltee of Hiisl'd Fi i.iay. Mi s. II. C. Peek went to Hurliimton T!r.irsda with her diimhtor and had her tonsils removed. She w:i'- aciompan'eil by her sister. Miss Hlnklv.-Miss 1 iry Wait, who has bien the rih st of Mrs. Luther NutllnR for the pnt wok. Icav-s tor Steickliolm. N Y, Tne-da . -Ml s. Seely went to Cat oil Tii'sd.ij. FERRISBURGH. Mrs. Tbersn Storms ( f Por te. n Is spend inp a '.'v.- veeks at the home nf Harvey Heach. Mrs. II. U (llbson and son of Bristol nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wlllani Cohan anil ilaiiRhtd' of New York wore neeul cu-sts at Amos lloblnson's I'nion s'tv- loes me nmv h-ld by tin- churches It. n ' on Siind.iv ev-nuiR -O. 11 Shfrin.ir, iml family .ir- spt inline a coupl- of months, in camp at Lour Point William It Haib y , of the Hosto navy v.ud h.n sp. ai 1 'i I days ii' the CniiRreRatinii.il parson.!,: Mr. and Mr. W. .1 ltr-nii.in of Huston are the -'rests of Cyrus n-t r-i - Miss Caio 11 lie peach, who sp-nl th- wlntri wltli friends m Nm York ts wltli h-r parents asaln, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Peach. WHITING C. P. Parker of PiltshurR. Pa., was the cuest of his mother leccntly Miss Vir Ririri perbv is the Riiests eif relatives In town. Miss Mills nt Holland Is th- Rtu -u of Miss Colliiis. - Miss Kale Hleli, Mrs David Hrown and Mrs Caroline Walt wire In LuilinRtou Thursday. The Hev. Mr. Furnoss leetured at the CoiiRiequ lional Chinch Sunday evening on pro fanity. SHOREHAM. Mrs. Ktln Hnrley and son, Howard, of Sonierville, Mass , and Master Weeks nf Hnttnti. are at Mailam Husxe IPs. Mr. and Mrs Charles Parish ot Hrldport, spent Suml.iv with Ins sister. Mrs A. P. TottlnR hnm. Mrs. A K Carr of Midillebnry and Kieel Carr of New York, nrn at F. K. Piatt's. Mrs. S. II. Monro and Miss Marjoile ot Westlleld. are vIMtlng llr father, H. II. H.ill.-W. W. More is on Loud Island. Mrs. W. W. Moore s yislt Iiir tier son Charles, in HurlliiRton. The L. H. A. will sell ice cream on S. J. Nortlirup's lawn on Saturday evi'iilnps, threuiRh the summer.-Samuel MiilTtt of HiadiiiR, Mich, visited at Wesley Lar raliii's reee-.ilv Mr. and Mrs. Francis Porocliir ot tSloiicvr ter, Mass., are at Mrs. Maria Smith's. LEICESTER. Mrs. lisle., and familv from P.rros.lyn, N Y., are ;it -he Allen house Miss Alta t'oolo". of ilrlstol is vIsI'Ipr her ri mdparents, Mr nnd Mrs, I'arwln Johnson.-Mis Ali'C Pake Is In nurluiRton. BRD3P0RT. Miss W. H. Harbour s speiMIPR her va cation nt home - PtesiiiiiiR 1'lder Hrown jut ached to a liiil-n concreRitlou last Sill iln -Til- net proceeds of the eeli lini tlon July lib were ?'Ki IT. Mi s. Harvey, an eldiily lady, died last week at the re.-l-(h nee of her sou, Henry (Ini-vey. Mrs. J. li. I'lelther Is Iniprovlnit slowly. W. L. Hrown of New York city reo ntly visit ed H. !. llenienway. Mrs (1. 1) Payne vhliij In V.'ct hrl h;e Saturday. Mr. and .Mrs. J. 1.. Jon-s ni Shorrhani were lu town Suiulav. - Mrs. Amies Williams, has rctitriicd from New Haven. RIPT0N. Mr. and Jlr. II. L. Wondard nnd two children have hem visitinR friends In Ti coudcroKii for a few days. Miss Amanda Hrown of Hancock is speiutlnR a few weeks with Mrs. 11. L. Spoor.-Miss Kunlco HIUIiirs closed a successful term of pchiiol lust Friday. Mrs. I'rank Pitts Is verv sick. Dan Caswell of Los AiircIcs, Cal., Is home tor the summer. James Cas well and Chauncoy Heemau, who havo been very sh k Ihe past week, aio u little better. Mis, Muiid Currlun, who has been sick for the past fow weeks, Is Improvltn;. -Mrs. K, J. McOiilvcy fell last week, In- JurlllK nn nnkle oulle badly. Mrs. Joseph Cimwell, who has been In Pittsfnrd for noveral weeks, was called home last week by tho serious Illness of Mr, Caswell. Mrs. H, VradenburRh 1ms roiio lo New York Stnto to visit her mother fur a few weeks, NORTH FERRISBURGH. The eiitertfiinnicnt ai.cn by Mr nnd Mrs. Lee Cake on S-.turday cennii! it Allen hall U'ii ( into a son ie I ' i ( .in was on n.ik and tho pioieeds, fin, wire (Continued on ficcoud page.) i BRYAN SPEAKS Will Vote for Parker and DaviJ for Pour Stated Reasons. YfCTORY WILL MEAN LITTLE Tho I'nrty Still under the Coutrol ot Wall Mrect Vonilnatleu nt P.tr kcr Nnllllle., (be AiilUTnmt IMiink Will Flcht Pln- oerncj' nftrr I'.leetlon. Lincoln, Neb.. July IJ. W. J. Hryan to- o.iy r.ivu out tun loiiowlnR slntement. lull vote for P.nkii and Davis, thn s eif the demoer.itli; li.ttionul e.'oil and shall do so for tho followinr I ' Peeauso the ib mocratie ilelmf s'- fur npposii,, -i to imperialism, wl.i. the lepnblicii, t i,et st.iti.ls for on i in ,t i i,i 1 is tic pile, on th- ij ,e.-tion, which wnn the pai.miount Issue In Vj', and which must remain mi Important is-uo soj loiiR as an attempt Is inaelo to hold colo nies under th" American flag-on this iisuei the t (invention was unanimous, thn plat mini emphatic, and I have no doubt that th- innilid.ite will catry out the platform. H-ointJ Mr. Itoeisevelt is InJeetiiiR tha rate (ue.tion Into American politics, anel th.i Ifsue, if it becomes national, will make it iminissil.il" to consider e onomm nue's-tioi.s that deinand solution. TJia vie lion at the donna. rialc, ticket w.ll put ,i (piutiis upon this attempt and p. rmlt thi raeo itiestion lo work itself out without Hi- bitterness which Mr. Hooaevelt'a n duct has eiiR, ndered l'luid Mr. tioosevi it stands for tho ppir-i It of war. Ilu friends present him ar. a, man of ldnod md iron. Ho helle-tcH in strenuousn"-s am! lnciilcntes a l,.ve r ,r warllko tlmiRs. The ilenioerati' tcK. t stands for pen , . f ,r reason and for t n trution lathi r thin for tore-, ci i .est and bluster. Poiitth Th- eleni'i'Titi ' platform ei. dares in laor of ti - n d.ict.oii nf slandlnR ainiy and in this plank tlel V 1 unanimously adopted tbeie is nase, bellevii that ;l (b nioerat' sikc :s o tn subject would brinR soni' advant 11,0 tu the people. l or this- four ie.i-!,irs- I feel ju-t In suppnrtliiR th- tn k-t bat 1 slull misrepresent tin situ -in i. or upp-al I C I.. votes lor tne tineei a;,' -i false 'ro A elemocruic vi. i,r wih menu ver tie. If any prnres- on .-, an,' tleins so Ioiir us tl, partv is ir lir control nt' the W ,l Sn ; 1 c the ninr. y epirstl'.a M' Park'r thorouirhlv comiu,tt''d t , tie si 1 linanciers as Mr. Ii ,s. v. ' I f i1 not RO as far as ti.. r p i In i -ill retiruiR silvi r d ." irs . ii, branch binks, in In:", the eif th" n itional 1 ink- .,i 1 in ' stitutio. of ,(n as-, t eiirr- n-- f present currency, it w li 1 h. u is rest! iiu-d by til" r H - ' House and S-n it, . Nothmc: roo.i . expe-ctt -1 of limi ot; II, n ,"i-y ii,. nil th. trust (pi'stiori th- d-m platlorm Is vi ry 1 i -h bet er th i rcpubll' m pint fur n but tne conn of Judc Parki r t'rt.illc nulllfli -. untl-trust plank. l'i..-s in his 1, it lleecpta M ' I, iilimM- 'llnsilf t I t- t s- tho i ' i ,ii I lv ! ' I R it S i n ISO r "C tempt a 'i i-ti a -t I' - i' w. i i ' it expect Inm to 1,1- , .1 '1 ffer. I from thai puisu 11 li sid':: i; elt. LAHOIl CAN i:.NPi:i"T HPT LIT Mi So far as the labor iiuestl,ii:s 'ir n. (irn-d v.- must await JihIrc PirVer'a let 1 1 f before we vi,i know wheln r tSr lubrirltiR man ha anvthiiiR to expect irorn, bis election. Tlv labor plank as pre-iarerl by JuiIrc Parker's trlends on tho sub committee was a. stntdillinR 'iv ulrn' -a plank. In the full committee id. inks wcr adopted in favor of arbitration, the e Rht hour day and nR.tinst Roverniue'tt 1 in junction; also a plank on tho Colortdo. situation. If Paik-r is sil-nt or amnt, nm 011 these subjects it will mean th ' tho financial influence back of him wi' 1 it permit him to take tho labor tide ,n t ,e 9 rpiestions. On the tariff eiueftion some little pro., Rress may be hoped for, but thn Tarkeri men on the commltteo wero necsstrllyi in favor of a very consorvatlvo tariff; plank, nnd It remains to bo soon whether Judge Parker will carry out tha poslfvei and definite plank which wan subm'Mea. by the full commltteo, This is tho sit uation. DKLIHEHATF, ATTEMPT TO DFCPIVG. ,Ii Jro Parker stands for enotiah thinca that are pood to justify mo in n 1 -c I ni my vote, but, as I havo tried to " nt out for several months, tlm trluiu c tho Wall Street element of tho pari, 1 les tr tlie country any hope of relief o 1 . 1 ,p.,- 0 eiuestioiif. I havo nothlnR to t.iK ba. k. have notlunR to withdraw of t ie thlniti that I have said acalnst the netn id pursued to advance Ills candidal' It w u a plain and deliberato attempt t di o the party. Tho New York platform w 3 vasue and mcnnlngloas and purpose y beciuse the advocates of Judse P rk r were IryinR to seruro votes from hp n? tin i" ople who would have opi osc 1 lnj views hnd tl-e known tljein. If ho lit s-nl to the Alhanv convention tlio titf- Rrani that lie ent to the St, Ixnns ennver( Hon he would hate nnd very few luMruc' ed eleleRates from Hi- Suith and no noss - hie chain e for th- nomination. Put ho and his iiiaiiriRcrs adioitly and purposely con cealed his petition until tho dolRUtos hail been corralled and tl.- nomination ass ired. Then his friends attempted M secure ,i, Rnld plank, which was overwhelmingly defe.iteil In tho committee After tlm party hud rejoiced over the hamuli v sc cured hv the omission of the quest on anil alter ho had secured the 1101m11.it' 'O ho injected his views upon the subl. et at a time when he could not h- t.iKon fi 'ii thn ticket without Rrcat ileiuoniliznt-u' l''-i nomination was secured, therefaio, by crooked and indefensible methods. 1 ul tho ih mocriit who loves his country ha. to make his decisions upon conditions as rm liuils tlieiii, not " ,,11 .-, mil 1 1 11 0 s ab ho would like lo h ivi ' . 11. WILL HKNI.A TllH i',i. Ill After havlnR stated that I -hi'l ip port the th kit and after h.i' 1, t..veu my teasoiis for no doliiR, 1 ll'.uk it duo to the democrats nf the nation 1" say that whllo the llRht on economic qoistlu-i Is postponed, it is not abandoned. As sum as tlio election is over, I shall with tlio help of those who believe us I ri , un let-, lake to otKanlH" for Ihe campuiRil of Hint the object Willi; to marshal the friends of popular I'overiinie nl within the Denioei att party to th- support of a i.ilicil an. I pr.iRi-i -.iM policy, to make Ih- Deinocrntlo paity an 1 lln lent means In the hands ot the people for BecuriniT relief frean tho plu tocratic element that controls the He.publl can parlv nnd for the time beliiR is In con trol of the Drmoeralic pnily. This lluti of orRiinlz ition will bo elaborated soon oi arc "tho oi'ihtc't if imt inn lurk." If v(.,i arc mil 11 w irk nnl no not ndvcrtlslms every day you aro a poor tori ot architect,