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EX-SEN. SUTHERLAND POR SUPREME COURT
THE CALEDONIAN-RECORD
The Weather
Fair tonight and Wed
nesday. Waimer in Ver
mont. Light winds.
A Newspaper Coverine
the Entire Northeast
Section o Vermont State
Every Working Day.
LATEST EDITION
VOL. VII NUMBER 57
ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922
PRICE TWO CENTS
ÌRÀP
LABOR
LEADEMS
YOUNGMENAT
NEWPORT HAVE
BAD ACCIDENT
Machine Turns Turtle and
Pins Three Beneath
Wreckage
Saturday night three Newport
young men were injured in an
automobile accident on the Coven
try road about two miles from
Coventry villane. Edmund Richard,
Kenneth Somerville and Walter
Mitchell .started about ten o'clock
on a ride to Coventry. Mitchell
was driving his father's Ford car,
and the three boys were sitting on
the front seat.
None of the three can teli ex
artly what happened, but the car
rounded a curve at this point and
Mitchell lost control, possibly
striking soft gravel. It ran over
a hundrefl feet in the giass, up a
bank and turned turtle pinning
Richard and Somervile under
neath. Mitchell was thrown and
was the least injured of the three.
Somerville is badly bruised about
the head and face, some front
teeth knocked out, his shouldor
and log are bruised and also his
hand and arni. He was restine
as comfortably as possihle lust
night, and is beine cared for by
Dr. Longe and Miss Eva Dorella.
Richard's injuries are mainly about
the head, surfare scrutches and
bruises. He has not as yet fully
regainod conseiousness and it is
yet too soon to determine whether
the impact of the blow may de
vclop other troubles. He is at
tended by Dr. L. M. Piette. Mit
chell's injuries are a dislocateci
Continued on page 5
FAVORS NEW TREATY
WITH PANAMA
WASHINGTON, Sept. r,A'.,.u
pation of the present treaty ar
rangcments with Panama which he
said was intended to operate only
durine the constiuction of the
Panama Canal and the nogotiation
of a new treaty with that govern
ment was recommended today by
President Harding.
CHARLES ROSS
IS HONORED
ON BIRTHDAY
Anni versa ry of Well
Known G. A. R. Man
Happily Celebrated
It was a happy thought that
prompted the mombei's of Lucy A.
Young Tent, Daughters of Veter
ana, to celebrate the 84th birthday
of Charles Ross, an honored mom
ber of Chamberlin Po.M, Saturday
at G. A. R. hall.
There were at least 84 gucsts
present, not only to repi'e.-ent his
many years of useful servire to the
community, but moie to represent
the many added years evolvono
hopes he has in store. The guest
included Commander T. M. Keith
of Chamberlin Post, and a large
riumber of vetoi'ans from St.
Johnsbury, Barnet nd Lyndonvilie;
Mrs. Ressi e I. Cumini ns, presi
dent of the Wonians Rclief Coips,
with many membors of that organi
7.at.ion;and many neh'hbors and
friends and acUaintanees. The
.pleasant affair was in charme of
Mrs. Ncllie H. Beck, president of
the Daughters, and she was ably
assistei! hy a ronimittee consistine
of Mrs. Lucy Barrett, Mrs. Myrtle
Cross, Mrs. Emma Bocash and
Mrs. Mimiie Cole.
The hanuet served at noon bv
the daughters lcft nothing to be de-
(Continueo on paee three) j
IiOULDERS
Willoughby Lake
Tuesday Evening, Sept. 5
Come and hclp niakc this tlie largest and
best dance of the season.
PEDESTRLANS
RUNDOWNBY
CAR DRIVERS
Trio of Accidents Occur
Over Holiday and
Week-end
Almon F. Cali had a narrow es
ca pe Saturdav momine in trying to
cross the Portland Street tracks at
the Follensby bridge ahcad of the
mixed train eoing east. The en
pineer, it is clamed, blew his whis
tle seven times and when he saw a
collision was inevitable applied the
brakes to his heavy train. Mr. Cali
escaped by ninnine his car down
the side of the tracks between the
engine and a tree. Th train was de
layed lò minutes by the affair as
it was dilFicult to start the long
traili aeian.
Myron Thomas of Maple Street
was the victim of an automobile
accident Saturday night on East
ern avenue and was taken to
Briphtlook for treatment. He had
sufficiently recovered Monday to
leave the hospital and aside from
a stitf neck, bruises and the effects
of a eeneral shaking up, he ehecks
uj nearly 1(10 per cent well.
The car is owned by Charles H.
West and was drivcn by II. ìj..
Wilder of Montpelier. The axle
of the car broke, Mr. West states,
and the car backed up onto the
sidewalk as the driver was turnine
around, strikinp Thomas. The man
is deaf and did not hear the ma
chine. Crossine the street near the
Randaii and Whitcomb store Sat
urday afternoon, Rev. George W.
Hooper, an aged rlereyman of
Brooklyn, N. Y.. who is spendine
the summer in St. Johnsbury, was
struck by an automobile and
knocked down. He was about in
the center of the crossine when
the car carne up Eastern avenue in
the direction of upper Main. The
hub of the front wheel struck him
ir. the Ice, he suffered a bruise on
his head from the fall to the pave
ment and is eonsidorably shocked
by the experience.
The car fieurinp in the accident
is a sedan hearing the number
:;8,782 and accordine to informa
tion from the office of the secre
tary of state, is owned by William
A. Newell whose addross is St.
John.-bury R. F. D. No. 2. The
driver of the car did not sto), it
was stated by those who saw the
accident. The police are of the
opinion that he was not aware that
his car strurk any one.
hr. Hooper was carried to the
Randall and Whitcomb store and
Inter taken to his boarding place,
the home of Miss Rebecca Burton.
AVIATOR RETURNS
TO LIGHTEN LOAD
KEY WEST, Fla., Sept. .
I.ieut. Walter Hinton, after hop
pine off at 8."0 this morning to
resumé his flight to Ilio de Janeiro
with his sea plano Sampaio Correia
was foi-ced to return to land after
discovering that his craft was
laden too heavily for the liglit air.
The work of lightening the load
was begun immediately and it was
hoped he could resumé his flight
this afternoon.
PROFESSOR CHARGES
MERCHANT IS FATHER
SOUTH BEN li, Ind., Sept. r
Prof. John Tiernan, instructor in
the law department at the Univer
sity of Notte Hame was ready to
day to present proof of his rharge
that Harry Poulin, locai rlothing
merrhant is the father of Mrs.
Tiernan's infant son.
Prof. Tiernan obtained a war
rant for the merrhant's arrest last
Saturday and a hearing will be
held this afternoon. W'hilt; Prof.
Tiernan said he was ready to sub
stantiate his rharges there was no
intimation as to what Poulir.
would make his defense.
CASINO
S,. THE FIRST DAY OF
'-
NOW YOU STOP you?
HUIiRV To SCHOOL .
YOU OUGHT TO
ASHfcMED OF YOUI2SELF
PO NT WANT To BE
eucted anp Smart
UKE YogR -FATKER,
Vll bet he Didn'twanT
Vo M(SS School uhen
HE WAS A LlTTtE "Boy
Jéi
LYNDONYILLE
UNION PARADE !
ON LABOR DAY!
Baseball Game and Sports
Marks Celebration of
Holidav
Labor day was cbserved at Lyn
donvilie by a big union pai-ade in
the mornine, a base ball game in
the afternoon and a milk can race
by three of the ci"eamery employes.
It was the first time that the com
munity has had a Labor day parade
and it was staged promptly at 10
o'clock and attracted much atten
tion as it proceded through ali the
principal streets. Aside from the
large number of iuen stili out on
the strike there were few others in
the parade who were not working
at that time of day.
There were over 100 men, women
and children in the parade which
was in harge of Herman L. Car
ter as marshall with Frank Green
wood aned John Bcattie mounted
on horseback leading. They were
followed by a color bearer with the
American flag and the Lyndonvilie
band. Behind them were 2'M) mem
bers of the various shopcrafts'
unions, each with their banners and
mottoes. The placards bore the fol
lowing slogans, "We Want Peace
and We Want Justice," "Our Cause
Is Just," "No V'iolence Is our Mot
to," "Our Rights Should not be I)n
stroyed". There were six different
placards representing each of the
unions of the shopcrafts' federa
tion. Following th men were over 100
children and behind them were fi7
of the wives of the men in the
parade. Seven automobiles with
more of the wives of the men
broueht up the rear of the process
ion which dibanded at Music Hall
at 10.4" o'clock.
In the afternoon Company C
scored a !t to 4 hall eame over a
nine frm the shps, the proceerls of
said game to be used for the bene
fit of the needy strikers families.
Perhas the mosi interesting event
was the contcst between thrr;e of
th creamery men, Ernest Kellev,
John Ames, and "Can" Hazard,
who competed in rolline three of
the largo cans filled with milk ali
the wav from the creamery to the
Pot-offico. A big crowd gathered
to see this contest, which was won
by Mr. Kelley, who is now en joying
a box of cigas as the result.
i DENY RUMORS OF '
CROWN PRINCE'S DEATII
j POBN, Holland. Sept. 5 Ru- I
1 mois circulated in Berlin yesterday
of the death of fornici- Crown!
Priive Frederick were dfiiied te- j
day by the latter's personal physi- i
cian. j
SCHOOL
. -- ' -
SENATE CONFIRMS
PRESIDENTE
CHOICE
WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 Ex
Senator George Sutherland of
Utah was nominated today by
President Harding to be associate
justice of the Supreme court of
the United States and the Sediate
within 10 minutes after the nom
ination confinile! the nomination
in open executive session without
reference to a committee.
YOUTH CATCH ES
BIRD BY PUTTING
SALT ON ITS TAIL
Were you over a rredulous
youngster who followed the
advice of an older friend and
tried to catch a birri by put
ting salt on his tail? If you
were, don't feel chagrined, for
the thing has been (Ione. Wil
liam Neal saw a pigeon hov
ering around the walk near
the E. Lane and Son store
and after some one had called
out flippantly to "put salt on
bis tail", "Bill" tried it and
caught bis birci.
It now appear sthat it is a
carrier pigeon which has been
about here for several days.
After capture, it was discover
ed that the bini had a metal
band on one leg with the
number 588, and on the other
leg a band with the letters,
il. il. D., Montreal.
When the bini carne
the second day Mr. Lane
back
gave
it to Ted Heyer on the
Lake
roaft wno carnerl it nome
onlv
to have it return tu the
the next day. Mr. H. E.
store
Lane
is now sure that a pigeon
which the store rat caught a
few days ago was the trav
elers' mate and that he is stili
searching for him. The pigeon
is at the present timi! being
well cared for at the store
where he is confined in a crate
and will be released in a few
days after he has been fed and
rested.
GOLF STARS BATTLE
FOR TOURNEY LF.AD
BPvOOKlNK. Mass.. Setit. ." A
fight for su'vival hy Bobby Jones
of Atlanta and incrcasing advan
'ages for niost of the other favor
ites marked the first 18 holes of the
"li holes first round of match' play
in the National Golf Tournament
today. To down George Beadle of
Philadelphia at tae turnine point,
Jones evened the issue on the triti.
"Chick" Evans of Chicago could
get only a one ho" advantage over
George Anderson of New York.
Other favorites had a wide lcad.
KAISER TO MARRY
PRINCESS HERMINK
LONDON, Sept. : The forme r
r.prm;in Kais'''''s in'endeH hr'i'e '
the Prinee.-s Hermine of Heuss 1
year old widow acenrding to n re
"oi t ouoted bv the Maily Mail Ber
lin correMMindent. The ent j"emfnt
v ill not be annoiiivod until" oflr-r
the anni-er-ary nf h- ex-Kai.-cr-inc's
birthday Oct. 22.
ISy MORRIS I
tmm &rM
GAMES WITH
BETHLEHEM
SPLIT 50-50
Fairbanks Takes First
Con test 11-1; Lose
Second 2-1
The Fairbanks A. A. on Satur
day maltreated Wiley, the Beth
lehem hurler to the extent of 17
whacks for a total of 2f bases and
won 11 to 1; Sunday it was a far
diITcrent story as the Hoernle
heavy aitillery was silenced and
peace fully suncndered to Bethle
liem by the score of 2 to 1.
Saturday chicf Hoernle flung'
l'at Lavely, who hails from Lyn
donvilie, one of the Scaletown's
out-fielders. I'at calmly south
jiawed bis way throueh nine
stanzas, di.stimruished by the com
plete inertia of the visitors and
the resounding thumps of the St.
Johnsbury wrecking crew. Among
the aforesaid resounding thumps
were a pair of circuits drives that
ciashed from the maces of Jackie
Maloney and Ballili Brackett,
whose swatting lamps are far
fiom dimmed as the club struts
down the home stretrb of the 1!)22
season.
Aiding and allettine and deep
ly incriminated in the massacre of
the invadine slabber Saturday
was Arthur Kelley, another Lyn
donvilie horsehide massager. Kel
has been shoved up into the clean
U position for the Fairbanks A.
A., and just to show the fans, the
fellow players and everyone in
general that he was pleased with
the chanee, he routed the Bethle
l'em pitcher with four drives out
ni' five trips to the rubber. Two
ol' Kel's swats were doubles. On
top of his clean-cut performance
with the wagon tongue, he assist
ei six times in tossine men out at
first. There were ten assists in
the entire game and Maloney se
cured the other four.
I'at Lavely could not be scored
upon until the ninth fraine when,
with two hands down, he hurled a
ball righi into the groove of a MA
Fenton, pinch-hitting for O'Leary !
of thctvisitors. The result was a j
homer that dusted oli the top of
the board ferire in loft field.
Ali through the contest Fair
banks had been whanging the old
appiè hard, very hard and had
stowed away no less than eleven
niarkers. So the crowd generous-
(CoTitiniiPn ou oatre 4)
VOTE AGAINST
SIOE TRACKING TARIFF
WASHINfiTON, Seit. à By a
vote of ." to ", Senatc and House
on Ceree.- voi ed against Mdo-trark-ing
tlie tarili" measurc for the sol
dier bonus bill.
Holiday Speeches Marked By '
Criticismi of Federai Action
INGALLS AND
KING HELD FOR
MANSLAUGHTER
Passumpsic Men to Stand
Trial By Canadian
Authorities
Homer C. Inealls and Lewis F.
Rine, have botli been arrested on
manslaughter cnarges after the
Coroner's jury had held an in
quest into the tragic death of
Patrick J. Shevlin, of Gorham, N.
H., who died in the Sherbrooke
Hospital as the icsult of injuries
received in an automobile collision
on the Government road near
Sianstead on Wednesday night.
With Coroner Bachand in
charge the jury . met at
No. 1 Police Station to investigate
the manner in which Shevlin met
his death.. Important evidence was
listened to, especially that of the
Government officer from Stan
stead. It appears that at the time
of the tragedy, which occurred
about a mile north of Stanstead,
zoth King and Ingalls ar? claimed
to have been in an ititoxicated con
dition and driving their car reck
lessly and at an excessive rate of
speed. When the crash carne, the
Ford in which Shevlin was drivine
had little chance against the
speeding car of Ingalls, a Frank
lin, ami the resulta were fatai.
At the conclusion of the inquest,
(Continued on Pafce 2)
Sentenced to Windsor for
Assaulting Officer Noyes
In municinal court Tucsday. on
l. nmnhunt. nf States Attornev J.
! Campbell, Judee Blodgctt senten-
ced Joseph Fournicr or St. John.,-!hln? a"a,une
burv to not lcss than four months Hunt- the Norway Marne pitch
nor'more than eight months ,n-the.?r "cently acquued by Sherbrooke
house of correction at Windsor for hs Provf ' n en.gma to the locals
breach of the neace and a.ssault ! who. P tnbute to bis slab prow-
nnn nfTirei-
Fournier was found on I'aiLond
street Monday evee.ing in an intox
icated condition .-.id when Police
Officer A. IL Noyes attemptert to
arrest him, he drew o.T and deliver
ed him a regalar prize-fightT's
blow in the eye. He was nromptly
taken to the police station and
locked up for the night.
Fournier is an automobile driver
and a good worker and industrious
man, except when he is unfortu
nate enoueh to connect with booze
for then his -wircs get ci-ossed and
causes trouble. After sentence, he
was taken to the county .ja.il and
will be taken to Windsor at once to
commence his sentence.
Tufts Students Work
for Scholarships
A group of Tufts College boys
aie in St. Johnsbury soliciting sub-
scriptions to Pictorial Review. i
Their names are: Stewart P. Crow
eli, Joseph W. Mahoney, Harold R.
Brown. and Lawrence IL Claik
Fach !oy can be identified by his!
credentials. I
Provider! they are able to. secure 1
a sufficient number of subscript- ,
ions, they will each be. awarded a j
scholarsliip this fall at Tufts Col-1
lege. I
FORTY MEN BURIED
IN ENGLISH COAL MINE
NEWCASTLE, Eng., SYpi. .'
Forty men were buricci through
an explosion in a coal pit at hite
haven this morning accordine to a
despatch to the Evenine Chronicle.
The liodies of 10 of the men have
been recovered.
FOUND DEAD AFTER
WEDDING ENGAGEMENT
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Sept. ó
Twenty four hours after rumors of
his engagement to Miss Sarah Boil
er, 17, of Canaseruga, circulated in
that little village, Leon Stone !!.", a
business man of Arkport, an ad
joining town, was found dead in a
ditch with a bullet wound in his
head. The body of Stone was found
yesterday by an engineer of a pass
ine train.
EXPECT COAL TO BE
SHIPPiCi) THIS WF.EK
WASHINGTON, Sept. 5 Fol
lowing a confgrrnce between Seri
rtor Reed of Pennsylvania an'l
President Harding today it v as iin
nouneed that the production of
hard coal would be well under way
by the end of this week.
IRREGULARS MAKE
FIERCE ATTACK
BELFAST, Srpt. ." Irreguiars
iliade a fierce attack on the bar
rar!;. in county Monagli n at 2.00
this mornine. Thev maintained a
heavy l'i io on the front and rear
with machine gu;--, ri I Ics, revolvers
and bombs. The 40 defenders. h"v
ever, . ucce.-sfully wil h.-tood the
attack. One Imeular wa.- killed
and two other wounc'ed.
Outbreaks Incident To Rail
Strike Continue To Add
To List
(By the Assrriated Pressi)
CHICAGO, Sept. . CriticLsrns of federai court action
rowinr out of the recent injunction were universally utter
ed by labor lcaders in their speeches tlirouliout the countrv
occuping the foreground in the picture of the nation's indus-
FAIRBANKS A. A.
WRECKERSWIN
SLUGFEST 9-7
Scaletown Iìatters Solve
Sherbrooke Hurlcr for
Sixteen Hits
With Art Kelley and Jacki Ma
loney leading the onslaught, the
Fairbanks A. A. indulged Labor
Day in the wildest battine pree
scen on the Campus in years, hani
mered Hunt, the Sherbrooke sub
marine flinger, for 1( safe hits and
won the game :i to 7. One of the
biggest crowds of the sea-son saw
enough swatting crowded into a
sinele contest to be spread over a
half a dozen.
For, while the locals were slam
mine the sphere to ali corners of
the lot, the Canadians wei'e find-
ine Clarence Vitty, tlie Hoerr.le
I ace, much to their likine. The vis
! itors collected 13 safe bingies off
v mciucime .-. Kutman nome
V itty, includine
BJlun. y n&voia . hy Kenmson,
run by Harold "Shv
ind doubles bv Chartier,
U. Jen-
- ess nv Oonating lvm two game
Yesterday, the Scaletown wrecking
crew, in a vengeful mood, was
the fight every m.'nute of the time.
determined to' win. Sheihrooke stili
has an edge on the .-eries with St.
,ionnsoury wiin inree games ioi
the latter's two.
Harold Kennison, the Newpor'
boy, who has covered third base ali
T-l .1 . '.1. .1
the season for the Canadians,
piayed the game of his career yes
terday. If there were any big
league seouts hanging around yes
terday, they must have been im
presseci with the work of this stai
ball tesser. In the fourth inning he
drove the ball on a line over the
fence for y home run. securin two
hits out of four. Afield Kennison
raced ali over the terrain. s.pearing
the hard hit pokes of the locals. Ho
collected four rut. outs and five
assists, commit'ing a single very
exc.usable bobble.
Chartier, first -.nei up for Sher
brooke, hit a .ball olf the IvuHIe of
I nis nai lor two bases in ri'vlit liei'!.
l t : i .... .i i t .
' ;.,, ' ')!,., V , '"1
bingle. Granai was l'orrrd at sec
ond ori Landrv s lap to second. t ut
While smeled sharply to i-i"ht,
causing Chartier to ''ore. A. Jen
kins drove a ha l 'I hall to Ted Rut
ler's left and the lattei- drciped it
"fter a trying sprint; Landry tall
icd. St. Johnsbury .pottel
brooke the ment ioned two
and then went riunì out ani
med in thi'ee ,'i:ukcrs of
manufac'ure. (riicc liit a
Shei
f'Iies I Imi
li cime
inono-
sack to right and tioernl
a bunt. to firM.. W licn
ln'at out
Maloney
tried to sacri f ire both
dry tossed to Kenni:
(irieve. Art Kelley,
knocked the hall I ke
doni'. L'in-
second Ivi se for a Lied" which
ed both Hoernle ami Malone
(Contintier) on tiaw à)
SAY GREEK ARMY !
DISASTER COMPLETE I
ìeneT';d
ipi-i rters
LONDON,
opinion in wel
Sel.t.
-informed
in London was that th
-li
i -;ter to
the Greek l'miv in A.-ia Mìiit
comple'o. Thei'e seer'e'l o !" lit
Ile prosile that "nvt liimr coul'l
'ived. It is ho'ed Ih.-'t a n'i'el'ir
tietween the helligcronts can he al
la nged.
TELI.
That oi
voci:
r price
Fruit and Confectionary
Home iliade Candv and Ice Cream. Pure l'iuit Syrup. .
Full line TOBACCO and CICA US
PAPPAS & DOCOS
c'irce or- " vfv,iw't l'-e r'i-fMii. 'o. Coventry Street
"JUST AROUNI THE COUNEK"'
trial situatimi on Labor day. While
some labor orators were cautious
ili reference to the injunction,
other labor leadnrs took the sani!'
Marni as President Gompers of the
American Federation of Labor
who in his address reiterated his
charge that the federai injunction
was a violation of the laws of ilio
land.
Members ot the executive coun
cil of the American Federation of
Labor are Katherine at Atlantic
City today when Mr. Comperi will
place before the council i e(uest ;
(ioni various labor organizations
for a general strike cali.
1 (ospite the general quictude of
the holiday it did not pass without
its contributions to the giowing
list of outbreaks incident to the
rail road strike. At A rd ni ore,
Okla., inspectors were investigat
ine what Santa Fe railroad olH
cials declare was an attempt V
wreck a passenger train boun.l
fi om Kansas City to Galveston. At
Great F"alls, Mont., 19 freieht car.i
were burned on the Great North
ern system. Two men were arrest
ed at Cynthia, Ky., charged with
Lar attempt to wreck a Louisville
'.nd Nashville railroad passcnirer
train last Saturday. Other arresi.
include that of Jacob Cohen, edi
tor and publisher of Labor Bc
view, charged with violatine t..j
Fpflernl ininrwtinn
TRYING TO RESCUE
ENTOMBED MINERS
JACKSON, Calif., Sept. 5 Ex
cava tors seekine to release the 4G
men entombed in the Argonaut
11lnp wel'e penetratine today what
mi' Known as ine oiu snatt ot the
j adjoining Kennedy gold mine,
Working on the .'ìliOO foot level
this old shaft ."50 feet long leads
' 1 n . J" 1. ...1..' .1. .. ..
' hi i ioc w;mcii sep-
arates them troni the men who
were imprisoned by the (ire of
Aug. 27. Miners believe that the
remaining rock can be cut through
by the men in a ory short time.
LAWRENCE STRIKE
IS AT AN END
LAWRENCE, Mass., Sept. .r
The textile strike in this city is
officially ended. The Everett and
Patchogue-Plyinouth mills, the
last of the plants to grant the old
wage schedule, will reopen today.
The Pacific mills were the first to
givo in and reported a large gain
ol' workers this mornine wlion
they opcned their dooi'u.
AVIATOR ON FLIGHT
COAST TO COAST
SAN ANTONIO. Tex. Seul. 5
Lieut. James Iioolittle landed a'.
San Antonio at 7.10 this morniii'v
on
bis one-stop flight from co.-i.-t
to -o:ist and honped oir agii in fov
San Diego at S.2:i after taking on
a new upply of gas.
PRIMARIS TODAY
IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
CON'CORI, N. IL, Sept. f.
CiMidii'ates for covernor and 'on-e-i'ess
were nominated in the Nev
Hampshire prim.iries today. Much
interest lav in the repubbean con
t -t for ('ongressman in the lir.;'.
disi rict.
The candidiites were Ilol,; i!
on forcine l'ilsburv of Manchester, a new, -however,
,,:,,,( r man. Mayor F. W. Hartford
I nllet overiof l'oi tsmoul h. annt.her ne wsiin ne ;'
cor- piiblisher. John Scainnion of lix' -Keljt,.,.
;ul( Albert Fuller of lieriy. Li
I t he second district Congi e -nian
Edward S. Waon had no odiio
'fiori on the Tepublican tiiket.
'I he repiiblicans bave two candi
dates and the (.'emocrats tliree
' randidates for governor, while th"
demncrals have a t hree-co rnered
1 fi"ht for Congress in the Second
diMrirt.
NAZOL
For
Catarrh
Colda
NEKHIBORS
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