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VOL. XVI--NO. 101. 1JAK11E. .VERMONT, MONDAY. OCTOJiEH 28. 1912. miCK. ONE CENT. SERVIANS, TOO, TAKING TOWNS Turks Scatter Before Them Like a, Flock of Sheep ARE IMPORTANT CAPTURES Fleeing Turks Threw Away Their Rifles and Ammunition, Together with Hundreds of Wagons Filled with Supplies. terduy occupied the Turkish town of Is til), in Macedonia, which lies 4't miles to tho southeast of I'slmp. It is said that tins Turks evacuated Istip without offering the slightest ro sistunce. After a buttle near Kotehnna 15 miles to the north, the Turks were apparently roiii4ete1y disorganized and lett a large qnantitv of rules and store along the road between tlie two towns. The Bulgarians were equnlly elated and astonished at the easy capture or istip which they expected to take only after a severe struggle. Istip is known as the Adrianoplo of tMaeedonin. It occupies a .very-strong natural position in the mountains. The Bulgarian forces have also cap tured Eski-Babn, an important point be tween Ailrinnople and Constantinople. They have penetrated 20 miles into the Ailna river district and taken all the villages on the' left bank, including the town of Pashmakli. Belgrade, Servia, Oct. 28. The Ser vian troops have taken the town of Mit rovitza, on the railroad to the north. I'skup and Vorisovits have also fallen into their hands, according to a despatch from the Servian base at the frontier. The Turks, in the flight, abandoned fif teen quick-firing cannon, four thousand iflcs ami a mass of ammunition. All the neighboring towns are surrendering to the Servians. The Turkish army, after abandoning Uskup, retreated towards Vclos, the men throwing away their rifles in their flight, llundreds of wagons, filled with supplies, were left behind. BULGARIANS CAPTURE AN IMPORTANT TOWN Capture of Eski-Baba May Be a Most Telling Move Turks Are Falling Back Everywhere. London, ' Oct. 2S. A brief Sofia dis patch yesterday announced what may prove to be the most -important move the victorious Bulgarian armv has vet achieved, the capture of Eski-Baba, The dispatch describes this town as ah important position on the main lifie be tweeu. Adrianople and Constantinople but omits to say whether the Bulgarians are in actual possession of the railway station. If thev are astride the railway at this point, they have cut the com munications between Constantinople and Salomki. With 40.0W) Turkish troopi now in Adrianople, it had been supposed that the Turkish forces after the fall of Kirk-Kilisseh were holding the line from Kule.li Burgas to Luleh Burgas, , e short distance east of hski-Baba. J lie Jinlgan.iu plan of c-tmpaign, ne eirding to t'n well-informed corespou lent of the V 'enna Rcielipost at the headquarters f the second Bulgarian army, will b- i h complete destruction of all the Turkish troops along the Mnritza river and those retreating across the f.rkene river. He describes General Dimitrieff's army as advancing on a lino fom lenidee to hski-Biihu, the west ern column to Havia, with the central column already in the vicinity of ha vakli. The eastern wing, in forced inarches, is effecting a great turning movement by way of Biinarhissar, visa and Serai towards the road from Luleh Juirges to Cliorlu. '1'he correspondent says that there are fctill large forces of Turks north of the railway line with others at Chorlue and lstrandia. Dettvhed Bulgarian force bave been dispatched in the direction of these places and Midia. on tlie coast. The intention is to cut the Turkith arir. off from the capital and force it towards tri seashore and thero com pet it to c-piri-lsle. He describe the attack on AdriaiiOple as making excellent progress ind predicts it- suwo-ful conclusion within a week. A Bulgaria column ' from the Aria valley has occupied Sil pistalar and Kmirli. Another report an nounces the occupation of rashmakli. Nazim Pasha, the Turkish minister of war and comiroindcr-in-ehief, is said to bave reached Cliorlu. A dispatch from Constantinople at midnight declares that the army is preparing to take the of. fensive and that the cabinet has decided to prosecute I he war with the utmost energy and prepare for a winter ci"i rsign should the present operations re sult unfavorably for the Ottoman army. There is no indication yet where the Turks will make a stand, They a:e ctery where falling back before the vic torious allies. Thev evacuated the town f Istip in Macedonia without rei.t :un'R. although it occupies a strong nat ural position. In the Bulgarian diplomatic qiuuters In London, it was ptated lat nifht thtt l!iil;nria, far from assuming that the war is approaching a conclusion, bus summoned another 80,000 reservists to the col us. TuiVish diplomat do not c-mce.tl thi-ir disappointment and surprise at the r suits of the eaninaign. but they point o-.tt that tho main Tnrk'sh army Ins iot vet been engaged, much less defeated. BULGARIAN REVERSES HEARD IN WASHINGTON Interpretation of Dispatches Is That the Turks Have Recaptured Kirk-Kilisseh and Also Won Another Battle. Washington. I). C. Oct. 28. Official dispatches from the Turkish minister of foreign affairs, received here to-day by the Turkish ambassador, are interpreted as news that the Bulgarians have leen repulsed from Kirk-h. losses and that the taken by the Turks. A Bulgarian defeat at Murasch also is reported TAFT BLAMES DEMOCRATS Caused Depression After Cleve land's Second Election BY THEIR PROMISES AND ACTS In Statement Issued To-day, the Presi dent Said That the Issue Before the VoWs of the Country Is Clearly Defined.' BOMBARDMENT OF TOWN. Sctitari Object of Attacks by tho Montenegrins. Ricka, Montenegro, Oct. 28. A gen eral bombardment of Scutari began at ten o'clock .Sunday morning. The town was subject to a cross fire from the Montenegrin batteries to the north. south and west and also from the Island of Vranjina, on the. lake, from which point of vantage King Nicholas watched the action. After an hour a thick smoke was seen issuing from the eastern quarter of the town. The bombardment still continue.-.. The troops under (ieneral Vukotiteh yesterday took the strongly fortified heights of Rosai, which dominate the approach of Ipek. also known as Peach, and continued their advance on the town. On October 23 the Montenegrin trorms joined the Servian forces at Sientza, in Novipazar. King Nicholas telegraphed General Vukotitch, congratulating him on the event, which ne saw unprec edented m five centuries. Washington, I). C, Oct. 29, President Taft to-dav made public a statement in which he declared that the "four years of depression which followed the second election of President Cleveland" were due to the promise of tariff reform and the Democratic changes in the tariff that followed. In concluding his statement, President 1 rtft anl-fl! ilisseh with heavy ..The rinj,.fi for the voters is not ob city has been re-j S(.,re. on he eontrary, it is as plain and clear an issue as ever was presented in our political history it is between actual and assured prosperity, active in dustries, good wages, a flourishing home market and rapidly growing foreign trade, on the one hand, and depression of business, paralysis of industry, loss of employment for wage earners and general demoralization of trade at home and abroad, on the other. On one side prosperity and real progress; on the other, a leap in the dark. The American ieople have more than once surprised those who thought the people were being successfully fooled, and I believe that a similar surprise awaits our opponents on the coming fifth of November." ROOSEVELT FEELS PLEASED. ST. JOHNSBURY MAN SHOT IN BREAST Arthur 0'Leary Victim at Charlestown, N. II., and May Not Recover from His Wound. Charlestown, N. II., Oct. 28. Arthur O'Leury, aged 3.) years and a telegraph operator at St. Johnshury, Yt., is in a critical condition as the result of being shot early Sunday morning at the rail road station here. O'lx-ary was stand ing at the west end of the depot, when an Itulian stepped up to him, pulled a gun ami placing it against u i.eary a breast pulled the trigger. The bullet entered just below the breast bone. O'Leury was taken to the home of his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Uinrlcs i.)Ienry, where it was announced that the physi cian was una die to locate tlie nullet. Sheriff Klwin Piper with a party of men searched the woods in the vicinity of the depot all day Sunday and about 5 n. m. arrested an Italian answering O'Leary's description of his assailnnt. The arrest was made but a short dis tance from where the assault was committed. The Italian gave the name of Joiycph Brinco and his age as 20 years, but re fused to tell where he hailed from. It was stated that he was under the influ ence of liquor when taken into custody. TOOK SUICIDE AS ONLY ESCAPE BURGLAR GANG IN RUTLAND. Series in of Burglaries Committed Private Houses. Rutland, Oct. 28.-1 hat Rutland I gang of bold tmey . i. 1 1 .... V ,1 icsted with a theory which the sherill s department is woi,i0 within the last few hoi Body of Alvin Roehr Was Found Swinging From Tree NEAR THE SCENE OF CRIMES It Is Suspected That Roehr Shot Three Persons, Including Father and Mother of His Wife, From Whom He Had Been Separated. FINDING OF DYNAMITE. to His FRANCE STANDS FAST. Unswerving Fidelity to Tripoli Entente, Declares Premier Poincare. Paris, Oct. 28. The unswerving fideli ty of the triple entente was the key note of Premier Poineare's speech at Nantes yesterday afternoon, in which the premier, as is customary on the eve of the reassembly of the chamber, placed before the country the view of the gov ernment with reference to both externul and international affairs. M. Poineare lost no time in shattering the idea that in collaborating with Ger many in the search for a means to re establish peace in the Balkans, Prince was preparing to modify the lines of lier external policy. We have no thought of changing mir friendship," he said, referring to allus ions in the foreign newspapers. "The ies binding us to Russia and (ireat Brit- am are interwoven imperishaniy. 1 tiey are dictated by sentiment, interest and political probity. Notlung can sever an entente the solidity of which continues to be indispensable to the maintenance of Kuroiean equilibrium." M. Pomeare went on to sayi We find in this lasting intimacy one of the best known reasons for the hope that' the war will be confined to the Balkan states nd can he arrested by Europe at the ear- liext opportune moment." A huge audience greeted the references the entente with cheers that lasted Issues Statement of Thanks Well-wishers. New Yor, Oct. 28. A general state ment of Colonel Roosevelt, expressing his gratitude to persons whose letters or telegrams in reference to the attack upon him in .Milwaukee have remained unan swered, was issued yesterday from the Progressive national headquarters, it was as follows: Colonel Roosevelt wishes to take this method of expressing his very deep ip preciation of the multitude of letters and telegrams that he has received since the shooting. The number was so very large many thousands all told, that it was a . physical imKssii)iiity lor htm even to attempt to acknowledge each in dividually and while the endeavor ha been to have some answers sent to each. yet in the confusion it is probable that some telegrams and letters have Wen mislaid or that the addresses of the senders have not been found. He trusts that in any cae where this has hap pened the sender will pardon the failure to answer in view of the circumstances set forth above. He again wishes to state how grateful he is for all these ex pressions of good will. WILSON ISSUES APPEAL. Massachusetts Authorities Investigating the Matter. ' Middleton. Mass.. Oct. 28. State au thorities vestenlay investigated the find- ng of unexploded charges of dynamite under the Bay Mate ?treet Kailway lo. tracks and public rondbed between this town and Andover Saturday. Since the first dynamite was uncovered by work men engaged in repairing the road, six other charges have been found. All cars on the line were stopped yes terday for a distance of nearly a quarter of a mile near where the explosive wan found. Considerable difficulty was ex perienced in getting men to conduct a search for additional dynamite believed to be hidden beneath the road, because f the danger of an explosion while dig- K"uf- .... ... lhe d vnamite.ts believed to ne part 01 quantity left twelve years ago, when a gang of workmen repaired the road and laid car tracks. An explosion at that time caused the death of one matt and injury to thirty others. Sheboygan, Win., Oct. 28. The finding to-day of the body of Alvin Roehr hang ing to a tree is believed to explain the triple crime yesterday at Plymouth, when Philip Ott. father-in-law of Roehr, Mrs. Ott and Mrs. Ott's father, Kred Haut, were shot. The father-in-law, Ott, was dead and the others were badly wounded. It was thought , by the police that Roehr shot the three when lie was re fused permision to see his wife, from whom he had been separated. Work ing on that theory, the police started in search of Roehr, the search ending when hia body was found to-day swing ing from a tre about a quarter of a mile from the. scene of the crimes. The police believe that Roehr committed sui cide, fearing summary action from the posse which was in pursuit. I.Vmi worth of jewelrv I,-- r ... ,11 n.fi!-n 111 lor e. than ilverwaro A liurglai'ies of private houses. Tlu ,cest to be re Ported to the police whs it t eight o'clock last night when Dr. H. ,11. Varrington's house on Church street was entered. A diamond ring, necklace and other things valued at $200 was taken. The homes of Charles Tossing of Washington street and Mrs. Henry Davis at the corner ot Kast and East Washington streets were entered Saturday night. ' The breaks were reported to ' the sheriff's depart ment. In tho first house the thief took val uable jewelry; passing by all silverware and leaving behind a pure in the second bouse. In all instances the burglars gained entrance by prying open a win dow. Little description of the man or men is obtainable. The best is given by two boys, who describe a man who robbed the Benson & Green bakery Friday morning of last week. A footprint on a 1 chair at the Tosinc houxe ahmvn n liiir if.... ll.:..e t i..i:. i.-i, .i. i iwi't. vniei ui .runce r.nsworin staieii that an extra force of special police will be on duty for the present or until the gang is broken tip. THREE CASES ARE PUT OVER Graniteville Respondents in Liq uor Cases BAIL OF $500 IN EACH CASE Warrants for James Enright, Mary En right and G. Masi Were Issued by State's Attorney Carver, Who Is Prosecuting the Cases. THREE MEN ESCAPED FROM' CRIMINAL WARD MOTHER'S CORPSE FOUND IN LANGWATER POND t many minutes. There was a rather otueable absence 111 the premiers peech of any mention of the status quo the Hulks us, which heretofore has been such a favorite fetish of the diplo mats. Since the victories of the allied tates, diplomacy admits that the form- la shows signs of becoming decrepit. As one -of the statesmen put itt Jt is more sickly even than is the 'sick man of Europe' at the present moment 60 PER CENT. BLAMED THEIR APPETITES Straw Vote of Nearly 20,000 Homeless and Destitute Men in New York City Reveals Interesting Causes. Wants to See Democratic Majority in the Senate. Princeton, N. .1., Oct. 28. Governor Wood row Wilson would like to see a Democratic majority in the 1'nited States Senate, as well as in the House of Rep resentatives. To further that end. he issued a statement last night, railing upon the voters in the several states where United State, senators are to be chosen to vote for the Democratic legislative ticket. The statement says: "I am particularly anxious that the IVmocrats of those titates in which sen ators are to be chosen should remem ber that the control of the government depends as much upon tne majority 'in the Senate as upon the presidency it self. I hope that in those states, par ticularly, special attention will be con centrated uKn the necessity of obtain- j mg a majority in the stat legislatures.' The nominee said the states be had in mind were New Jersey, Colorado, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Dela ware, West Virginia, Wyoming and Nevada. End of Double Tragedy at South Easton, Mass.; Was Revealed by Searchers Yesterday. South Easton, Mass., Oct. 28. The body of Mr. Olga Erickson of Brockton, who committed suicide by drowning aft er kiling her ! fi-f ear-old daughter, Gladys, last Friday night or Saturday morning, was found yesterday in Lantf water pond. Police recovered the IkxIv with grappling irons after a search or many hours. 1 lie iody of the child was discovered floating on the water Satur day. After an examination of the body of Mrs. Krickson at Taunton, Dr. A. J. Mc Graw, assistant medical examiner, said death was causeil by drowning and that the woman evidently had committed sui cide after ending her daughter's life and throwing the body into the pond. No autopsy was performed and arrange ments were made to send the lodie of mother and daughter to Brockton for burial. Despondency since the death of her husband in an accident three years ago is advanced by the jioliee as the cans? of the murder and suicide. Mrs. Erick son had not lieen seen since" Friday night. when she left the home of Dr. Henry E. Goddard of Brockton, where she was em ployed as a domestic. f Scaled 17-foot Wall 'at Bridgewater, Mass., State Farm Last Night and Are Still at Large. Bridgewater, Mass., Oct. 28. Sealing a seventeen-foot stone wall, with a rope made of bed clothes, three prisoners escaped last night from the criminal in sane department of the Bridgewater state farm. The men are Alfred Girard, who was sent here from the Bridgewater jail in 1905; Louis I). Rogers, who came here from the Barnstable jail in 1910. and William Sullivan, 2d., who was sent here from the state prison in 1900. The men were in the smokina room last night when they stole into the sun parlor adjoining, pried off the grating of the window and in some way fastened their improvised rope to the coping on the top of the seventeen-foot stone wall of the yard and escaped. CENTRAL VT. WRECK AT SOUTH VERNON Montreal Express Crashed into Rear of Freight Train During Fog This Morning One Engineer Hurt. South Vernon, Oct. 28. The Montreal express on the Central Vermont railroad which was bound for Springfield and New ork, struck the rear end of freight train in a thick fog to-dav wrecking eight freight cars and tying up the line for several hours. . Engineer Davidson of the freight train was the only person injured. The express train was not derailed. NELSON HERBERT. Marriage at St. Monica's Church This Morning. A very quiet wedding took place this morning at 8 o'clock at St. Monica's church, when John T, Nelson, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Nelson of Wellington street, and Miss Corrine Her bert, daughter of Mrs. Olivinia LaCasse. were united in marriage. The nuptial mass was celebrated bv Rev. P. M. Mc- Keuna, pastor of the church. The couple were attended by Carl Nelson, a brother of the bride, Mho acted as best man, and Miss Mamie Nelson was bridesmaid. After the wedding the newly married couple went to the home of the bride, where a light collation was served, the couple leaving later on an extended wed ding trip to Montreal and other points of interest jn eastern Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are well known in this city. Mr. Nelson is a member of the Dewey Column and Monumental Granite corporation. Mrs. Nelson has been engaged as a seamstress at the Rogers tailoring rooms for the past few years. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are also popular through their affiliation with the choir at St. Monica's church. WAS MET BY POLICE BISHOP HALL'S PRAYER. RESUMES SPEECH-MAKING. CONCENTRATE CN ADRIANOPLE. VThile Turks Withdraw Inside Fortifi cations to Defend Themselves. Constantinople, Oct. 28. Report? of skirmishing on the right wing of the eastern army seem to indicate that th Bulgarians around Adrianople are still developing the turning movement. A dispatch from that citv svs that t1i commander of th Turkish f.ircrs hm is sued a procia hii (ion d:t taring that the troops of tli? garrison have hero-rally i-eomplished the mission required of them and have now- withdravnt insi le the fortifleitions. which they are pre pared to defend with the courage dem-m Misted bv th!ir fathers st Plevna. According information em.inst;iig from relish! xMroe. the sultan hot cx- j pres sed a -"(.ire in accompany the g"i- ersls to lte fro'.t in order to enrrairagf j nd inspire the trooj by bi presen-Hu At an extraordinary rntini-il held at the palace, all the leading statesmen advisi-d i -the eiiltaa to relinquish th s flan. Eighty pel oeTtt. of fh offi.-vrs mha participated in the fighting on tvtbf-r22 and 2.1 were killed w oundel. New York, Oct. 23. A straw vote of nearly 20.0(10 destitute and home! j men on the streets ot New York City, has just been completed by a iharity j organization society. Sixty per cent ot I the men ascribed their destitution to in temperance, 17 per cent, to sickness and injury and 23 per rent, to old age ai.d slack work. Gov. Wilson Goes Back on Stump After a Week's Interruption. Princeton, N. J., Oct. 2S. Afte a week's interruption, Governor Wilson again resumed campaigning to-dav. He arranged to speak at V estclietiter. Pa., at noon and will have a sjieech to-night I at Philadelphia. The week is to lie septn In speech-making In New 1 oik and New Jersey. JUROR'S CONTINUED ILLNESS MAKES FURTHER DELAY NINETEEN MADE BLIND By Looking at a Light Caused by Work men. Anderson. Ind., tVt. 23. Nineteen per sons are reported to have been stricken blind as a result of gazing at a light caused by workmen with an cU-rci.al process on a trolley wire early yester day, according to biral physicians who Trial of Ettor, Gievannitti and Caruso Postponed at Salem Te-day to Wednesday Juror Carter Is Much Better. WE'RE DRINKING MORE "ANDSMOKING MORE United States Internal Revenues Show a Marked Increase During Receht Three Months. Washington. 1). Oct. 28. Tax re turns reieived by the commissioner of internal revenues show that the Amer ican people are drinking more beer and whiskey and smoking more cigars and cigarettes than ever before in history. In July, August and September of this year, the nation consumed over thirty three million gallons of whiskey, neatly twenty million barrels of beer, one bil lion, nine hundred and fifty million ei- j gars, and three billion, eight hundred million cigarettes. Asks That Rights of All May Be Pro tected at Election. Burlington, Oct. 2fi. A prayer entitled for -National and Mate Klections was said in the Episcopal churches of Ver mont yesterday. The prayer, which was written by Bisbop Arthur C. A. Hall, is as follows: "Almighty God, who dost hold u to account for the use of all our powers and privileges, guide, we pray Thee, the people of the United States in the election of their rulers and represents tives; that by wise legislation and faith ful administration the rights of all may be protected add our nation be enabled to fulfill Thv purposes; through Jesus C hrist, our Jxrd. Amen. ACCUSED OF COUNTERFEITING. A. M. MacFarland, Just Acquitted of Murder, in Trouble Again. New York, t. 2. Allison M. Mae Farlaud, who was acquitted in Newark, N. J., 10 days ago of a charge that he murdered hi wife, i tinder arrest hers charged with counterfeiting. Three fed eral i-ecret service officers selred Id in In a room on llHIth street, where bn was known as Allinon as-m, Saturday, tut his identity did not become known until yesterday. In his room were found four partly made counterfeit half dollars, sil ver full for the outside of the coins, lead LOUIS CODERRE NAMED SECRETARY OF STATE Will Fill Vacancy in Canadian Cabinet Which Was Caused by Resigns- tion of F. D. Monk. Montreal, Oct. 28. The Gazette, the government organ here, to-day announces that Louis Coderre, member from Hoche laga, has bh appointed secretary of state to fill the vacancy in the cabinet, which waa caused when F. D. Monk re signed as minister of public works as a protest against the government's naval policy. Coderre also ia to act as minis ter of mines. THREE ON ADULTERY CHARGE. Salem, Mass.. Oct. 28. Beraiise of the 1: 1 ;t'. t i,.t... v- , -- r . - - 1 ti,e murder trial of Kttor. tiio- i "T "r:,r """' .Mai-I-arlan.1 was jail he amused himself impressions of coins. the detectives av, declaring this All Were Bound Over to Addison County Court. As He Was Crawling Out of Place Where He Didn't Belong. Burlington. Oct. 28. As Fred Maynard of lfi2 South Clram plain street was crawling out of a window of the office of the Champlain Transportation company just before midnight Saturday night, Officers William Collins and Menard took hold of him and lodged him in jail on a charge of burglary. The man had gained entrance to the building by breaking a window in the basement and later broke a glass in the door on the ground floor. He evidently looked everywhere for money, but found none. Maynard cut himself severely about the hands in breaking the glass and bled all over the officers. He was pretty drunk and didn't seem to have a clear idea of why he went into the building. A short time ago a pane of glass was broken in the building across the street occupied by J. A. Merrill, but there was nothing to indicate that anyone entered the place. IN WATER UP TO HER NECK. James Enright and Mary, his wife, were arraigned in city court this fore noon before Justice of the Peace H. W. Scott on charges of selling, their arrests growing out of an investigation con ducted by Deputy Sheriff W. F. Cutler of South Barre. Both Enright and his wife waiwd examination and are trying to secure bail of !js00 each. The En rights were apprehended at their home in Graniteville this morning on a war rant issued by State's Attorney .1. Ward, Carver. It is claimed that the husband has been twice convicted of offenses con nected with liquor selling. R. A. Hoar appeared for the respondents. The cases will be heard at a later date. G. Masi, also of Granitevile, was ar rested yesterday afternoon on a charge of furnishing. It is alleged that he is guilty of pocket peddling among resi dents on the hill. Through his counsel. R. A. Hoar, the respondent waived ex amination this morning and furnished bail in the sum of $500 for his appear ance later. Masi was apprehended on a warrant issued by the state's attorney. CASES IN CITY COURT. 103-Year-Old Woman Was in a Peculiar Predicament. Worcester, Mass.. Oct. 28. While oth er member of the family were attending church yesterday. Mrs. Margaret Flem ing of 101 Gage street, who claims to be 10' years old. wandered awav trom home and was shortlv afterward found stand ing in Bell pond up to her neck in wa ter. rassers-by on Belmont street ran into the water and led her out. It is said that she was bewildered because of her advanced age. j She was left at home yesterday under the care of a little girl, and as she was clad only in a light gown she suf fered from shock and exposure in the water. The police ambulance was sum moned and the aged woman was taken to the City hospital for observation. She was later removed to her homp. Several Were Disposed of by Judge Scott This Morning. Officers from police headquarters made their usual week-end delivery and this morning a trio of alleged drunks were up betore Judge II. . Scott in city court. Arthur Campbell, a cigarmaker living on Pearl street, waa arraigned on a charge of intoxication, first offense, to which he pleaded guilty. He arranged to pay a fine of $5 and costs of $(.S)i. Campbell was arrested on Bolster place Saturday night by twicer John W. Di- neen. Cornelius Sullivan of Lowell. Mass., found himself in the clutches of Officer George K. Carle on Pearl street yester day afternoon and lie spent the night at police headquarters. His hne and. costs for a first offense amounted to f9.64. Sullivan is saitt to have fallen into a shallow part of Stevens branch while intoxicated and the condition of his clothing bore ample testimony to- such an accident. The third offender, Leon Keith, once of Calais, and now a teamster employed in this city, was found on the railroad tracks back of the Reynolds warehouse on South Main street yesterday after noon. .Someone living in that vicinity summoned Officer Carle to the spot and he assisted the man to police headquar ters. In court this morning Keith en tered a plea of guilty and was fined $o and costs of ?4 B0. Frank DeForge, the youth who as sisted in several burglaries along the street Friday night, was in court this morning to receive sentence. Judge Scott suspended action in hia case for -a few weeks and young Robert Donald,' the other alleged culprit who partici pated in the thefts, was also allowed to go for a few days. Donald is still in the custody of Superintendent J. X. Barss of the state industrial school. ONE NEW CA& IN BARRE. Two Cases Smallpox Reported in North, field. One new case of smallpox appeared in Barre yesterday, Harry Mizo, a black smith, being the unfortunate one. Mizo, who had recently moved into the Bol ster block, did room in the same build ing with Earl Cheney, who has the dis ease, on another street, and it was from Cheney he contracted it. Mizo was re moved" to the detention hospital last night. I Northfield reports two cases of small-" pox, one, Florence Riley, is almost re- j covered from. it. She claims she was in Barre two weeks before she came Declared Owen R. Lovejoy in Address at dtiwn with it. The second case is SWEAT-SHOP SOCIAL MENACE. Burlington. Burlington, Oct. 28. Owen R. Lovejoy. ecretary of the National IhiM Labor committee, spoke on child welfare last evening at the First church. The bur- en of Mr. Lovejoy a talk was that the hild must lie protected, not alone for the good of the child but for the sake of nociety. He demonstrated quite clearly that the sweat-hop is a social menace nd that child labor is a mistake, even from the econonie point of view. Mr Ivejpy brought these things very rloc- lv home by showing how the problem fleeted Vermont and suggest inif the remedy, which lies in adequate inspec tion laws and laws for the limitation of hours of labor of children. if - .1 - hand press for taking the Impression i-anmtti ami t ArilMft. tlie me til Iitii n 1 . J. . . . i . .,: it- , ... I from the eoin. vt hen pmip"HPil nmi i.f-i i iiiti.i ti nuiPMiRv .. . , ,. . -.. . t ' I with takina wax f.. ... 1 MltM trf. iva V wlarlRif tliia m-a r- ----- - - were called out of lied to treat the lacw. ! but 1:. plivsician advised him to remain I Last two mre ilavs BULGARIANS OCCUPY A COVTN Turks Evacvated Witaoct OStt'.ng tit Si.gbtest Resistance. But; (Kt. 23. Tbe liuL-ariaa e- suited. Blindness did not strike some who saw lhe light until several hours later. John Hflgil of Hamilton. Ohio, who is beni visiting his moilii-r. was playing cards in a lodge room. hrn he shoved his chair back and exrlaimi: Tm go ing blind." He was assisted to the home of his mother and had not regained bis gitt last night. I'racticl!v all of the ten reported to physicians were kept ia daik room all of yesterday. I. E. W. Chittenden, a local special ist, stated that in each rase atlendt-.l 1.1' 1. . ... I I.. i a ! 1 . t . 1 . 1 1 greatly irritate.!. He gve as lis thory 'curio. Admission free. tha. the peviilmr rajs of light g.ea ; " oat by the welding lVocwa cause! ),e Weather Forecast. -i.rk development ol batteria. alreadr ! Kair t-nlc't and Tne-day l.x'-r-d in tlie eye, ajtd biioJB?s te-iTudav in Vermont t Last two mre The defendants again separation of the sick other jurymen. m his room eim-eiiied to the J .' .nil onlv a man from the EAST M0NTPELIER. Everyone is invited to the Evangelical rhurrh on W ednesday evening next. K t. 30. when Mrs. Butxbarh. a missionary, will I present. She ha returned re cently I rum China, where si has bevn laboring, and will give a talk on tbe work m that grt country, and exhibit MiddlelMiry, Oct. 28. Mrs. Mary Peer. Alfred Leno and Bertha Guyette, all of Rjpton, were brought before Justice A. W. Dickens Saturday, each charged with adultery. State's Attorney K. W. Tut thi of Vergennea prosecuted the cases. Ira W. IFlcur of Middlebury appeared for I-no, Charles I. Button of Middle- tiastinie, I. nt tt created the siis- bury appeared for Mrs. reer and JIM i. ion which led the Jell t lis to follow Guyette was not represented by counsel, 'didate for tire president, began the tenth m. line parties wens all Nind up to tne i week ot ins campaign to-uay. ins M-iied- muntv rourt in the auni of eachiule called for siiwehes in Biddcford, JOHNSON HAS BUSY DAY. Speaks in Seven Towns and Leaves To night for Connecticut. Portland, Me., fa-t. tiovernor Johnson of California, Progressive can- WINNING A BET KILLED HIM. warmer moderate north-1 rested Mam wot micas, brvoniitj VMiabie. Edward Kane Drank Quart of Whiskey at One Pull, aa He Bet. New- York. Vt. 2. In winning a bet that Ve rnuld driRk a quart of whiskey at one pull, K.lward Kane lost his life yesterday. As be die. I in agony at Ids home, to whu-h he bad stagtrpred from an east aide sahxn after downing the whiskey, he t;M his wife of what ha had don, and charged that John Mann had made the wsgtr and had bought tbe whisker f.r kim. The nolir ax on a terbni-al rbarire of and Una and Misa Guyette succeeded in getting bail, nut nolsMly waa on hand to bail Mrs. Peer. SEVEN CATTLE KILLED. Animals Shipped from Richford Found Suffering oa tha Train. Fltelilwrf. Mass, Oct. 2-i .Seven bead of cattle were ordered killed here yes terday afternoon by Robert Dvson of Wwcestr, state agent of the Sorietv for tbe IVevention of Cruelty to Animal. The rattle were shipped from Ri.hfoH. Vt., to U atertown and were ia a ron- that of Miss Lizzie Sovah, who is just coming down with it. Both young wom en worked in the stocking mill. According to the Montpelier Journal, Patrolman McAvoy found a young man from Barre on ths street in that city Saturday night and took him to the of fice of 'Health Officer Lindsay, where" the young man was given a hearing. Ir. Lindsay refused yesterday to make public the man's name, but said ho was allowed to go to his home for the night. What further steps will be taken remains to be seen, according to Dr. Lindsay. Goddard Closed Another Week. lrincipal Hollister of Goddard semi nary announced to-day that the reres at Goddard, railed because of smallpox in the city, would be extended for this week at least, hut that they hoped to open the si-hool next week. Goddard hat been closed two weeks. THREE DIVORCES GRANTED. Portland. Brunswick. Augusta. Water- ville. Newport and Bangor. At the con- ,. ii-1. .n i f (be Itiififvnr mtin, tn.niivl.t the governor f lannel to go to Conner-' TaUr from arlton Talor on the And One Dismissed in Saturday's Ses sion of County Court. Three divorces were granted in Wah inirton county court Saturday- s.lva. Unit. THREE COUNTIES SELECTED. fc: Bennington, Windsor and Orange Federal Farm Management. IVnntngton, Windsor and Orange cum tie bae been selected Sy the bureau of fdant industry, I. S. drpaitment "f aif riniU'ire for carrying m the tarm man -sivnient work which feTrtarv Wilsoo Latu-j Utu iBit.Uted ia Kane's death, stnmeat shipped ia fifteen railroad cars, dirvted should begin en November 1. i grounds of intolerable severity and re- ! fusal to support, petitioner having ru Uody of minor child, though father may j see" jt at reasonable tim.-s; .lorphinrt Nelson from John Nelson for intolerable severity, with fVwiO alimony, cow, horse. furniture and custody o: two Minor children; Scbastiana Emhnighlia ct Waterbnry from F. Embrrghlia, for in tolerable severity. .Tlie contested" rae of Park M. Hil hiird against Mary U. HuUmni was dis-ntiaard. ' J I ; !