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THE GALEDONIAN-R A NewBpaper Covering the Entire Northeast Sec tloo of Vermont Stato ttvery Working Day. The Weather Fair aiul continuo! colti tonight with a frost. Tliursd.iv IV. ir ami some what warmei- in Vermont LATEST EDITION VOI V NUMISKR S7 ST. J0IINS15URY, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER fi, 1920 PRICK TWO CENTS TWO MEN ESCAP ECORD NEWPORT TO IJUDGE FRYE PLAY BRAVES ! HEADS COUNTY ON MONDAY COMMITTEE Slronff Morder City Nine;New Repuhlican Committee lìeing Assemblee! to Meet Is Chosen for Caledonia National Leaguers ! County At a meeting last night of the Newport baseball team it was decid ui to play the Boston Bravcs next Monday, Od. 11 at 2.:i) i. in. at Gnines Trottili? park in Newport. The Newport team will bc strongth ontl by ( t boi n and Savago of Slier brooke and Bernard Lee of Barton. 11. K. Drown lias booti amon;r the business men antl has sooured a num ber of guarantees so that if sufliciont Mate reeeipts are not forthooming the morchants will stand behind the sum neeessary to bring the Uravcs to New pori. This shoulil makp the best baseball ;;ame that Newport has had this sea son. There is no question but that the game will draw a large crowd Croni this entire seetion. The re were nearly I-M) people at the St. Johns l)ii ry panie and Newport shou! '. turn out at least. 1,(100 to seo th.i .'anious "Hank" Gowdy, "Babbitt" Maranville and the other notable iJ:vors oi' the Uravcs who handle the ball. REDUCE S UGAR P rT-.I" TO 11 3-4 CENTS BOSTON, Oct. C The Revere sugar refinery today annoimced a price of 11 .".-4 cents a pound for ve fined sugar. i iì After the eonforence of Repuhlican candidates and eommittoemen at the Armory Tuesday afternoon a new county committee was chosen: This new committee cons'sts of .1. .1 .Ritchie, Barnet, O. C. Woodiulf, Burke; C. W. Thurber, Danville: lì. S. Eastman, Groton; G. II. Albee, Albee, Hardwick; W. P. Russell, Kirby; C. L. Stuart, Lyndon; Porter Wallace, Nevark; C. A. Bunker, Peacham; -1. A. McLam, Rycgate; L. I. Patch, Stannard; G C. Frye, St. Johnsburv; H. E. Davis, Sheffield; B. M. Buntlv, Sutton; H E. Kogers, Walden: E. W. I'owers, Waterford; W. P. Dean, Wheetock. This committee organized by elect ing G. C. Frye of St. Johnsbury ohair man, and Ò. C. Woodrun' of Burke secretary ami treasurer. The cònference for Essex County is to be held Saturday at the Hoights House Lunenburg. Congressman Dale wil be one of the speakers. RED CROSS APPROPRIATES $500,000 FOR CHINA RELIEF WASHINGTON, Oct. (i Hall' a million dollars for the relief of t'am ine sudore rs in the Pc-kin, China. dis- trict has been annropnated b'- the American Rei Cros. GIRL ASSAULTED AND LEFT IN CRITICAL CONDITION WAKEFIELD, Mass., Oct. fi Miss Alildred Al. Wanamaker, a sten ographor 20 years of a gè, who lives Ili-re and works in Boston, was attack ed on the highway today and prob ably fatally injured. Her assailant who, apparontly waylaid her between her lioirAnd the railioad station, os caped." ?9 y fault was discovered when a fa, jcMtiecrl a woinan's hat and glovèVJ siile of the road and investigatioff - ' :j fresi trail which he followed rt ;,l's body. She was unconscious. i. w ' -! had been beateti and her dot. .orn. At the Meli-ose hospital severai-hours after the assault it was said that ber condition was criticai. The poliee toak into custody Frank Ramey, IH years of ago, who they said was found guilty two years ago of a similar assault on Miss Wana maker at almost thesame place. He was sentenced at that tinie to serve two years in Concord reformatory. Ile is employed at a greenhousc half a mile troni the place where the girl was found denied knowledge of the assault. ESCAPE DEATH AS AUTO PLUNGES DOWN EMBANKMENT FAIRBANKS TEAM DEFEÀTED BY BOSTON BRAVES Brooklyn 10 10 10 Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Machine In Which Two Lit tleton Men Riding Leaves Road In Dark Vittv but Twirls Good - Game Mates Fall Down Score 7 to 1 BIG SALE OF fa ai ivien s Suits Ali Wool Men's aud Young Men's Suits macie in the best models. Double-breasted and single breasted Suits. Regular price $-10.00 and ? 15.00. Special Sale $28.50 Our new styles,of Overcoats just arrived. Just conio and look them over. Salesladies wanted. BON MARCHE 72 Railioad Street M. A. WEINER, : : Proprietor ARREST LORD MAYOR OF WEXFORD, IRELAND W EX FORD, Ire.", Oct. ti Richard Corish, Lord Mayor of this city and Ed. Foley, a merchant, who were art-ine- as juduos at the Wexford arbi tration court in the town hall bere today were arrested by the poliee af ter militai-'' forces had surrounded the building. Both were escorteil to the jail. Litiants ano" witnesses in court were searched but were releas ed. The arrest of Terranee MacSwi nev was made early in AiiKU-t under similar circumstances. ! C O. Parker and A. W. Marsh off A serious attack of staso filht I Littleton, N. IL, had a miraculous es-!took hold of a small portion of the I cape from death when the Hudson I players on the Fairbanks A. A. team I Super Six automobile in which thev' 1,1 tnu L-i-ond innins', wlnch alilioush were ridine left the road on the Elod- uett turn just outside the town of St Johnsbury. crashed throutrh a heavv : board fence and drove half way down I a steep embankment. the flight of the machine ending- only when the cai- smashed into a liue tree. Both men were pinned inside the front seats, unable to jump as the machine start of onlv a few moments durafìon, was disa.-trous in its results, makins it possible for the Boston Braves, the mudi heralded "Miracle Men of 1H14" to win un easy victorv over the fast St. Johnsbury ajTR'reation in the real genuine baseball classic ,of the i)iesent season, which was put on ( before a record crowd of "ds'etl-iii Bagby Hit Hard Relieved Uhle in Seventh Grimes Proves Complete Puzzle - 3 - 0 by The Annual Meeting of the St. Johnsbury brandi of the American Red Cross will beheld at 2.::0 o'clock at the Aimory. Every one will be interested to hear the re liorts of sewinp, knittins home ser vice and influenza work. Let theie be a rock! attentlanw, as it i sthe only wav to learn what tlie Iteti Ci oss has done the past year. ' I Signed, I MRS. DAVID S. CONANT, j Chairman. ; etl its mail tlash tlown the hill. They the-wool" fans at the Campus Tues were forced to remain injured ami , day afternoon. Barrine the one bad cramped up in their places for severa! . se.-'sion that carne in the earlv part minutes before a passine auto party! ol tiu, contest, the battio was' fairlv stopped and extneated them. Parker. tV(, on 1)0th si(es with th,. "Bean suflered a broken leR- and cuts and town bovs havinK a slight edKe on bruises on his face and other parts of theil. k.;s expem-nced opponents. h.s body, wh.le Marsh received lacei- Afu... t .nj t fi b, d of nuii uì ini. imi; ti i ni iuuniifs Ul lll os, lamini;: nini up eonsidcrablv. r The men were taken to Britihtlook Hospital in tne automobile of a pas serby where they were e-ivpn medicai treatment. Dr. Fitch and Dr. Farmer had charme of their cases. An X-Ray was taken of Parker's wountls reveu!-inR- the broken limb. Severai stitches were taken in Marsh's face, but he das restinjr comfortably today. Par ker was not feeling so well but phy sicians expressed the opinion he woultl weather for the past week or more, with the exception of one min storni, the weather man switched himself right around and did his durndost to )iut the kibosh on the big- game. In stead of ari ang-injr the kind of weath er that baseball players retjuire in oidoì- to put forth their best energies, the old boy that conlrols things as far as the foreeasts go, handed out the style of weather that was best fittinj- to the football artist. It was colli ilrearv alternoon and one (By the Associated Press) EBOETTS FIELI), Oct. C Grimes' masteily pitch ing coinpletely mystified the Cleveland batters today and as a result Brooklyn had an easy tinie winning the second game of the World's Series, putting matters again back on an even piane. Timely hitting and fast base running enabled the Dodgers to put across runs, while their star twirler kept the Indian hits scattered. Speaker again starred in the field as well as at the bat. Bagby proved éasy for Brooklyn in contrast to his mate Coveleskie who was a puzzle yesterday. Bagby was yanked in the seventh and was replaced by Uhle Men's Suits and Overcoats Dry-cleaned and Sanitary Steam Pressed. Gar nients fìnished in 48 hours. Send by parcel post if you live out of town. C. E. BROWN 10!) Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury recover with no bad results. , a To show thecoolness exhibited by I which taxed to the utmost the vitalitv Marsh at the time of the accidenti, of tue members of the two tennis. It thedoctors told how he had lighted was oouall'- bai! for the fans, at least nnd smoked a cigarette while Parker; those who were not fortunate enough was being helped from the wreckage i t0 have their over clothes with them. first, accoi-dirg- to Marsh's . retjuest. j b(,cuuse where it was colti plavinp, it Themachine was a total wreck, a Was collier sitting- in the stanik large boartl from the fence beiti? . Many s,K.ctators found it necessarv jammed through the radiator. There (n ,.... 1h()il, ..t. . ,,..., .u.0,,n(i was practically nothing left of the cai that woultl be of any value. According to the story tolti by Marsii, uno was intervieweti at tnei hospital today by a Caledonian-Re- " 'Il l i J'fi H 1 , 11 t LtllI, t ti 1 V 1 Dd.l f 1 V . . , I.ittlntnn :ihni.t tvvn nVlnl.- TllcsHil V 1 belili.' Ulllt tneif i' bit in ortler to keep from freeziiiy. But tlespite their discomfoi-ts, the lo yal followers of the national pì- 1 timo spent a througniy enjoyame afternoon, their onl'- tlisaVnointment heioes diti not tnm afternoon on a jileasure trip to Hai wick. It was shortly after dark when (Continued on page fìve) up th- lii-j leaguers. It was il i t e a bit after o'clock (Cor.ti'uetl on pae two) - - li i Before vc dose our Summer Business wc are going' lo offer Our Big Special In Everything in rctail price from 75c to $2.00 at 69 cents a yard A good chance to provido your wants for next spring. A full line of Silk Poplin in the $1.00 quality 98 cents a yard $15 is a Lot of Money in Our Boys Suit Department No matter how insignificant it is in a ffi ocery store or garage the sum of $15 is ampie and plenty to elothe vour son in a good Fall suit at Steele, Taplin & Co. No, we haven't any patent on buying nor do we have any relatives who manufacture boys' suits. The bigness of our values comes out of smallness of our profits and the sooncr we can get that f'act established in your home the more home-Hke you will feci toward us. As we go to press; (Righi Posture) v suits are here in aU sizes wonderful weaves and workmanship and maste'rful models. iy ' - ' 1 1 "i wì Very special showings at t $15.00, $16.50, $18.00, $20.00 Ages S to 18 Slout Suits $11.00 to $18.00 Steele, Taplin & Co. W. A. TAPLIN, Prop. On the Hill FIRST 1NNING CLEVELAND Jamison went out, Konetchy to Grimes. Wamby up. He was thiown out by Johnston ac first. Speaker sinirled nast Johnston, Smiih up. Jt was a pitch out, but Speaker liul not try to "O down. Smith su uck out. No runs. No hits. No errors. BROOKLYN Olson up. Olson liopped to Wamby hitting the first bali pitched. Johnston got a hit into deep short. Giitlith up. Johnston stole second. Griflith went out, Johnston to Bagby. Johns(,oo .went to third. Wheat up. Johnston scored on VVheat's hit into center for two bases. Wheat made second by fast base running. Myers up. Gardner threw out Myers at first. One run, 2 hits, no errors. SECOND INNING CLEVELAND Gardner got a two ba.-e hit into lelt belìi. Johnston up. Grimes took Johnston's grounder ami tossed to Ol.-on, who touched out Gardner between the bags. Sewell up. He fiied to Olson. O'Neil up. Johns ton out stealing, Miller to Killdutl'. No runs. No hits. No errors. BROOKLYN Konetchv up. Jam- on made a nice catch of Konetchv's line drive. Killduff linei! out to Gard ner. Miller up. Miller popped to O'Neil who took the ball near the vis itor' bendi. No runs. No hits. No ei rors. THIRD INNING CLEVELAND O'Neil up. Grimes tossed out O'Neil at first. Bagby up. Grimes knocked down Bagby's hot grounder ami threw him out. Jami son up. Jamison Hung a single over :-econd. Wamby un. Wamby flied out to Wheat. No run. 1 hit. No errors. BROOKLYN Grimes up. Grimes sinirled through the "itchers's box. Olson up. Iìat'-- took Olson's sac- j rif'.ce and threw wildlv to second. ' Hoth batter ami runnor were sali Grimes was snikeil as be siiti into sec GRIMES, WHO PITCHED I OR BROOKLYN O'Neil to Wamby. 1 run, two hits, no errors. SIXTH INNING CLEVELAND Jamison up. Kil- dulf threw out Jamison at first. Wam by flietl out to Griflith. Speaker shot a long, drive into loft center for two bases. Smith grounded out to Konet chy. No runs. No hits. No errors. BROOKLYN Wheat flied out to Speaker who took the ball over in right liciti. Myers got an infidi! hit whiclr Gardner coultl not field in timo. Konetchy diodo ut to Smith. Kilduir sent a high flv to Smith. No runs. No hits. No errors. SEVENTH INNING CLEVELAND Gardner 0t a single through the box which Kildulf barely was able to knock down. Johnston forced Gardner, Olson to Kildufl. Sewell flied out to Griflith who made a nice catch up against the wall. O'Neil got a single into left field. Graney batted for Bagby. Granev struck out on three pitched balls antl the crowd cheered Grimes to the odio. No runs, 2 hits, no errors BROOKLYN Uhle went into the EIGHTH INNING CLEVELAND Jamieson walked. Burns batted for W amby. Uurns also walked. Speaker up. Kildufl' threw out Speaker at first. Jamieson going- to third and Burns to second. Smith foult-tl out to Miller. Gardner walked and the bases were filletl. Johnston forced Gardner, Kildulf to Olson. No runs. No hits. No errors. BROOKLYN Lu nte went to sec ond base l'or Cleveland. Johnston popped to Sewell. Griflith fanned. Wheat flied out to Jamieson. No runs. No hits. No errors. l.n,. IV... '! 1 1 11:11 , . . ontl. It was no sacrifico for Olson, but! ,,''"' 'r s uck out. ., c.i.i . u; ,u ,'....i I Grimes sent a high fly to Smith. Ol- .out to O'Neil. Griflith up. Grimes ;;,.!anm,l- No lu' s' No hlts- N" storca on umilili s iwfl-oaso mi imo i rmht field, Olson going to third. Wheat was un-posoly passetl, filling the bases. Mvers un. Gardner took Myer's nrounder antl threw to O'Neil who threw to first. The throw hit Mvers on the back. Olson tried to score on the pia" but was thrown out Johnston to O'Neil. 1 run, 2 hits, 1 error. FOURTH INNING C L E V E L A N I ) Speaker wal ke.l. Smith grounded out to Konoteh- un assited. Sneaker moving to second. Ciirtlner flietl to Myers. Johnston (lieti out to Wheat, who ran back 'o the bleachers to mako the " iteli. No runs. No hits. No errors. BROOKLYN Konetchv sent. up a high fly to W'ambv. KildufT sent a Ione- flv into loft center, which Speak er took after a Ione run. Miller un. Bagby throw cut Miller at first. No runs. No hits. No errors, FIFTH INNING .CLEVELAND The stamls gavn Sneaker a hi" band as he carne ofr filo ficeld. Sewell un. Grimes thr"W out. Sewell ut first. O'Neil un. He ' on out bv the Olson-Knnetch'' rouf. T'-i"bv sept a lon" flv to Mvers. Grimes' snit h-U had the Clevelnml rv,i7ylcd Ho ke it rio -e -i-' i"- i,, rryi vi, -ini it w;,h a fast inhoot. 'r ii Jo 1.W ki errors. BPOOKT YN Grimes n. S'ell '.r nn Grimes ;i fi-u l-i.c (H.-on :""Ii" throii"h th" -itrhov'.; .ov. Tn'ir.-n1 nif, .Tob"s(n In VJl"-- '" Ol.-on ffiltin'i- e(iinil CrilTith Olson seni-fd "-ben f rOV'h'- froii"''-"-nt rwff Vn"i g,,vi.ll for a bit. Wheat up. GiifTlth went out stealin;'. The batting- ordor: CLEVELAND Jamieson, lf W'ambsganss Speaker, cf Smith, lf Gardner, Tlb W. Johnston, Sewell, ss O'Neil, c Bagby. p Uhle, p 2b lb BROOKLYN Olson, ss J. Johnson, .'Ih Griflith, if Wheat, lf Myers, cf Konetchy, J b Ki bluff, 21 Miller, e Grimes, p "PUSSYFOOT" ESCAPES ANGRY CROWD LONDON, Oct. C William E. "Pussyfoot" Johnson narrowly es eapetl from un angry crowd at a meeting last nieht at Reading, Berk shire and tried to break through the loeked tlooi s of the hall to reach him. The crowd also threw bornbs con taining foul smelling cbemicals. The poliee hai! to ho calici! out to prevent serious ili aortici -. Johnson r-'eaped witli detectives by a rear exit ami through a cemeterv.