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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
VOL. XVI-XO. 190. HAIUIK. VERMONT. WKDXKSDAY. XOVKMHKH , 1912. PJUCK OXK CENT. WILSON WINS WITH , 415 ELECTORAL VOTES Thirty-nine States Record a Preference for Him for President Col. Roose velt Second in Number of Electoral Votes Won and President Taft Third. THE ELECTORAL VOTE. FIVE NEW ENGLAND STATES GO DEMOCRATIC Vermont Only N. E. State to Stand by President Taft. Pennsylvania for Roosevelt, as are Also. Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, So. Dakota and Michigan. STATE. New York, Nov. 6. The overturning of big Republican majorities in states never before captured by the Democrats in a presidential election swept Wilson into office ou a wave of victory; carried Dem oerats into state office and congressional seats and gave them con- trol of a number of legislatures that have an opportunity to oust Republicans from the United States Senate and add Democratic strength in that body. Second only to the overwhelming victory of "Wilson and his running-mate, Marshall, was the strength shown by Colonel Roosevelt in Pennsylvania. On the basis of at least partial returns from every state in the union, this is the indicated resulLof the balloting: "Wilson, 39 states and 415 electoral votes. Roosevelt, C states and 104 electoral votes. Taft, 3 states and 12 electoral votes. Minnesota, which had been conceded to Wilson at midnight, went into the doubtful -eolumn early this morning, when accessions to .Roosevelt reduced the Democratic lead. Iowa, which -was given to Roosevelt at midnight, showed a re versal of form this morning for Wilson. It was not possible to give the result in New Hampshire, where Taft and Wilson ran neck and neck throughout the night, but Wilson took, the lead as later returns were received. The Roosevelt victory in Illinois showed signs of being greatly reduced as the returns from the late precincts came in to-day. In New York the Democrats carried the state ticket and elected the legislature. ....... Democratic senators appear certain as successors to Republicans from Colorado, New Jersey, Delaware, Montana and other states. Boston, Nov, 6. Tlic total vote in Massachusetts was as follows: Wilson 170.005 . Taft 152,255 i Roosevelt 140,152 4 f The vote for governor was as follows: !. -Governor Foss 102.178 ' Walker 143.528 Bird 124,258 Darid I. Walsh of Fitcbburg was elect ed lieutenant-governor over Lieutenant Governor Robert Luce of Somorville. The Republicans saved half of the congressional delegation of sixteen and maintained their ascendancy in both branches of the legislature, which rneans a Republican United States senator as successor to W. Murray Crane. ' . Alabama ...... Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut . . . Delaware Florida .' Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana ....... Iowa Kansas ' Kentucky Louisiana ' Maine Maryland Massachusetts . Michigan ...... Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey .". . New Mexico . . . New York North Carolina North Dakota .. Ohio Oklahoma Oregon ....... Pennsylvania . . Rhode Island . . South Carolina . . South Dakota . . Tennessee ...... Texas .......... Utah Vermont Virginia ........ Washington .... West Virginia .. Wisconsin . . . . . . Wyoming ...... WILsoX. TAFT. ROOSEVELT Totals 12 3 9 13 6 7 3 6 14 15 33 13 10 6 8 18 12 30 18 4 8 3 4 14 3 45 12 5 24 10 5 . 9 12 20 12 8 13 3 29 10 415 15 38 4 4 12 7 u 104 DEMOCRATS HOLD CONTROL Have Firm Grip on Majority in - National House HAVING 255 ALREADY IN Republican! Will Have 94 and Prbgres aivei 6 for Certainty, With 80 Districts Not Yet Reported Total 435. Washington, D. C, Xov. C The fol lowing table showed the standing early to-day of the 'House, of Representatives in the new Congress: Democrats 255 Republicans 04 Progressives '. 1 Unreported districts ...... 80 The total membership of the House will bo 435 members, the above table showing that the Democrats will havc- a good majority. ELECT SULZER GOVERNOR IN N. Y. GREAT CAUSE TRIUMPHED DECLARED WILSON WILSON RUNS AHEAD ' IN NEW, HAMPSHIRE With Ten Precincts Missing, Election ( Seemed Certain for the Demo era tic Nominee. Concord, X. H., Xov. 6. The Xew Hampshire election returns for president, with ten precincts missing, give: . Taft point to the state swinging into the Democratic column for the first time since the Civil war. The gubernatorial contest, was In doubt, (iov. Aram J. Pothier, Republi can, and Theodore Francis Green, Demo crat, running a close race. The general assembly wag regarded as probably Democratis. The election of O'Shaiighnessy and Peter G. Gerry, and f,l and enthusiasm to ti p full- one Republican. Col. Ambrose Kenned v. filmcnt of the people's hope, the ostab- Aiter Ha Had Been Convinced That He Had Been Elected President of the United States. Princeton, X. J., Xov. 6. Responding to a telegram from the Democratic na tional chairman asserting that Governor Wilaon waa elected, the Democratic can didate sent a disnitch to Mr. McComb as follows: "I deeply appreciate your telegram and wish to extend to you and the members of the campaign committee my warm congratulations on the part you have played in the organization and conduct of a campaign fought out upon essen tial issues. i - A great cause has triumphed. Every Democrat, every .true Progressive, of Whatever alliance, must now lend bis IN HOUR OF HIS DEFEAT, TAFT PLEADS FOR PARTY was believed to be assured. Wilson .... Roosevelt . . The vote or lows: Worcester . , Felker Chun-hill ... governor 31.103 .. 32.580 .. 1,741 was as fol- .. 30.B.V) .. 31 5ST .. 13,5-1.) PROBABLY ROOSEVELT CARRIED PENNSYLVANIA And Candidates on Republican State Ticket Were Elated. Acrotding to Returns at Hand. Philadelphia, Xov. 6. Returns from 2.8S4 flection districts out of !,"!)3 in Pennsylvania gave Taft 1W-VIS: Wilson 174.01K; Knoee!t IT'.t.WI. The return in band indicate that Rnnof velt has prolably carrief the ftate. 1 lie indications are that the i:-pul. li es n Mate ti ket. Robert K. Young, tem plate treurer; A. W". Powell for audi tor-general was rifted. The four Re- 1ul.lii-an rand idates fur mtv;Tcim-n rt arge were alnn elected. The ticket had the Rmwvelt endorsement. ROOSEVELT LEAD v IS BEING REDUCED Wilson May Carry Illinois as Progres sive Plurality Has Been Reduced to 8,000 Votes With Half the . State to Be Heard From. Chicago, Xov. 0! What on the early returns last night appeared to be a land slide in ' Illinois for Roosevelt early to day had narrowed to 8,000 plurality over iison. Almost naif of the state was still to lie heard from at that time. WILSON WON IN MAINE. Plurality Over Rooserelt Was Close to 2,600. Portland. Me., Xov. 6. With all but 60 small towns and plantations heard from. Governor Wilson's plurality in Maine stood at 2.635. The totals were: Roosevelt, 47,725; Taft, 20,145; Wilson, 50,360. NEARLY 30,000 PLURALITY. RHODE ISLAND FOR WILSOX. Taft Was Indicated oa Completa Re turns. Providence, ft, I.. v. Cl With two thirl ef the returns In. and tW tniig one largely from the c.tu, indications Was Roosevelt's Victory Over Wilson in Washington State. Seattle, Wash.. Xot. Roosevelt plurality over Wilson in Washington is estimated, at nearly 30,0(10. LiVster, governor. More Votes for Wilson. Xew York. Xot. 6. Wilson has Ari zona's 3 votes and Xevada's 3. Oregon gives S to Wilson and Washington 7 to Roosevelt. Wilron in Texas by 150,000. Dallas. Tex.. Xov. 6. Wlon" ma jority in Texas appear to lie 15.ono. Bryan to Wilson. Lincoln. Xeb.. Xov. (I. William J. Pry sent the following telegram to Governor Wilon: "I mint heartily congratulate yon and the country upon your election. Your splendid campaign ha borne fruit in a great k-t"rv. I am sure your ad ministration will proTe a blessing to the ration and a source of strength to our lishment of the people's right, so that justice and progrcs may go hand in hand.", This was Governor Wilson's first tt terance of a public chir.u-ter following his acceptance of the reports that I.e had been elected. . . Governor Wilson at last night witu a rartv of friends around brilliant! il luminated dinner tarle as the election returns began to come in. earlier than was anticipated. The fir t results the governor got "were favoraide and his comment was: "That h ver encourag imr." - Captain Bill McDonald, the Texas ran ger, who is the governor's body guard, read a stack of returns aim leit so nappy that he exclaimed: "I wonder if I'd get. arrested if I shot off my guns. If it keep up this way I'll havo to just turn 'em loose." Captain McDonald is a rfdose friend of Colonel Roosevelt, but differs with him politically. The celebration of victory by Prince ton students Iiegan at eleven o'clock when the bell in Nassau hall, where tlte cntincntal Congress met, began to aoll as a signal of Wilson's victory. The tolling of the bell is an established Princetonian custom, when the college is successful in any contest. Students began to gather with band instruments. pennants and torches and formed a parade that passed down through Bay ard lane, past the i rover llevewna bouse to Governor Wilson' residence. Friends who were with the governor while the return were coming in during the evening found difficulty in getting him to concede that be had won the elec tion. Dixlcy S. Malone, son-in-law of Senator O'Gorman of Xew York cam out of the room where the returns mere leing received and said laughingly: "The governor refuses to !e elected." His message to Chairman McCombs wa his first statement admitting that all doubt of bis election had passed. Issued Statement in Which He Urged That Strong Efforts Be Made ta Bring Back the Young Men of Country. Cincinnati, Xov. 6. President Taft at 11 o'clock -last night conceded the elec tion of Governor Wilson. He issued the following statement from his broth er's home here: "The returns insure the election of Governor VYilon to the presidency. This means an early change in the economic policy of the government; in reference to the tariff. If this change can be made without halting prosperity, I sincerely hope it may be. "The vote for Mr. Roosevelt, the third party candidate. and for Mr. Debs, the Socialist candidate, is a warning thnt their propaganda in favor of funda mental changes in our constitutional representative government has formid able support. "While (the experiment of a change in the tariff is being carried out by the Democratic administration, it behoove Republicans to gather again to the party standard and pledge anew their faith in their party's principles and to organize again to defend the constitutional gov ernment handed down to us by our fa thers. We must make clear to the voting men of the country who have been weaned away from sound principles of government by promise of reforms, impossible of accomplishment by mere legislation, that patriotism and common sense require them to return to a sup Krt of our constitution. Without com promising our principles, we must con vince and win back former Republicans and we must reinforce our ranks with const itut ion-loving Democrats. "We favor every step of progress toward more perfect equality of oppor tunity and the ridding society of injus tice. Rut we know that all progress worth making is possible with our pres ent form of government and that to sae-! rifice that which is Of the highest value in our governmental structure for unde fined and impossible reforms is the wid est folly. We must face the danger with a clear knowledge of what it is. The Republican party is equal to the task. It has had no nobler cause. Let us close ranks and march forward to do battle for the right and the truth." He Had a Plurality of Nearly 175,000 Over Hedges, Rep. Xew York, Xov. 0. Woodrow Wilson was the choice of the state of Xew York for president by a plurality estimated at bout 200,000 from returns received from nearly every election district in the irreater citv of Xew York and from all but 500 of the 3,0!13 districts outside ot Xew York Citv. IVesident Taft led Colonel Roosevelt in the same. districts by 35,000 votes. Congressman Sulzer was elected gov ernor with a plurality estimated at midnight at nbout 1T5,(M0 over Job R Hedges, the Republican nominee, who, turn, led Oscar S. Straus, candidate f the Progressive party, by about 15,- 000 votes. William Barnes, jr., chairman of the Republican state committee, issued -a tatemelit in which tie said: The result of the election in the state Xew York demonstrates one thing, tat the Roosevelt movement was sim ply a Republican bolt. With all of the frantic efforts that were made to secure votes from people generally, t'lti results show that practically none but former Republicans joined tha Roosevelt movement. HARTIGAN COOK. Well-Known Young Lady Bride of Barre Granite Manufacturer. The wedding of Miss Roso Marguerite Ck, iHiugliter of Mrs. Elvira Cook of (& Maple avenue, to John J, llurtignn, a well-known Hane granite manufacture! , took place at St. Monica's church this morning at II o'clock, the pastor, Rev, P. M. McKeuna, olliciuting. The cere mony was performed in the presence of only the immediate friends and rela tives of Mr. and Mrs. llartigan. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Xoonan attended the cou ple. The bride was charmingly gowned in white chamois over messuliiic, trimmed with hattenberg luce, and wore a bride's veil caught up with lilies of the valley. The matron of honor wore a dress of lavender silk poplin with a picture hut of black. While the ceremony was i" progress, Wi. T. Callaghan of ' ' ' aV pelier played the "Bridal Chorus" -A . , "Lohengrin and Mendelssohn s ' Vwii ding March'.' Immediately after the ceremony, a de licious wedding lum;heon was served at the home of the bride. The dining- room was tastefully dec-orated for thj occasion and the catering was in charge of Mrs. John McGuire und Mrs. Hoi by of Montpelier. Misses Lucy and Mabel Cook served the wedding guests. At 11:20 o clock, Mr. and Mrs. llartigan left over the Central Vermont railroad for an extended bridal tour to Xiagam Falls, X..Y., and other points in the Empire state. Thoy will be at home to their friends after December 1 at 70 Tremont street. Both the bride and groom are well and favorably known in Barre. Mrs. llarti gan was employed as a suleslady in the aiiElian t"re for nearly nine years, and in this capacity she gained a widis circle of friends. Air. llartigan is a member of the firm of Redmond & llarti gan and has gained an excellent repu tation among his business associates. Mr. and Mrs. .llartigan were the recip ients of a large number of useful and valuable presents. j TURKS STAND IN LAST DITCH Remnants of Former Confident Army Come to Tchatalja PURSUE BULGARIANS jo1 urkish Commissariat, Realizing That Men Can't Fight on Empty Stomachs, Is Hurrying Provisions to ths Discouraged Army. ' R0SSI-C0MI. WILL RESUME LAW PRACTICE. President Taft Probably Will Return to Cincinnati for It. Cincinnati, Ohio, Xov. 6. In the same house where he heard the news of his victory over W. J. Bryan four year ago, President Taft last night read the bul letins that told the story o the flection. The president' was cheerful and smil ing and apparently under less strain than any 'other, member of the family dinner party t the horn of Iih brother, C. P. Taft. The t resident voted short ly before noon, spent a few minutes at Presperity league headquarters und then returned to his biother'a bouse to rest. The report tint he mu;ht consent to become the nominee of his party , four years from now in cus? of present de feat was put aside b,y his friend as too far ahead for serious co'isilemtion. Mr. Taft has many times declared his intention of returning to Cincinnati and resuming thrf practice of law if defeated and that intention wa said lJ.-t night not to have b..n altered. Alderman from Fifth Ward and Popu lar Saleslady Married. A pretty wedding took place at St. Monica's rectory on Summer street this morning at 9 o'clock, when Miss Irene Comi, daughter of Mrs. Teresa Comi of Railroad street, was united in marriage to Alderman Antonio Rowi. the pastor, Rev. P. M. Mcheniia, performing the remonv. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Rose Comi, of Milford, II., and Antonio It. rasola acted as groomsman. Mrs. Hossi was oecomingiv gowned in white satin chamois and wore picture hat to match. She carried bride's bouquet of lilies of the valley The bridesmaid wore pink chiffon over pink silk and wore a bat to match. Sho carried a bouquet of pink rosehuds. t ter the ceremony, a wedding breakaM as served at the home of the groom, U High Holborn street. The bride is one of the popular young omen of the city and has a large mini ber of friends. For the past' five years she has been an efficient saleslady in the vaugban store. " Alderman Rossi is em ployed at the Iloyt ft Lebotirveati plant and also has many friends in l'arre and elsewhere. As the alderman from ward 3 for a number of years, he has had more than one opportunity to show his fitness for the position. Alderman Rossi and Mrs. Rossi left at 11:20 on a wedding trip to Xew Yori: Boston and Providence, R. I. Upon their return thev will make their home at 0 High Holborn street. NORTH WALP0LE WHISKEY. London, Xov, 0. The remnants of the Turkish army have now reached the last ditch of European Turkey since they ad vanced through Thrace three weeks ago, confident of their ability to drive back the hosts of the Bulgarian invaders. Tlio Turks have been chased from position after position until they have reached their final line of defence beforo Con stantinople at Tchutalja. The Turkish commissariat, realizing at last thnt men can't fight on an empty stomach, is hurrying bread toward the narrow peninsula as the one means left of stemming the stampede and keeping the soldiers in the forests, thus pre venting them from overrunning Constantinople. BARRE'S REVISED VOTE. BACK AT WORK TO-DAY. Roosevelt Acted as if Nothing Extraor dinary Had Happened. Oyster.' Bay, Xov. fl. Colonel Roose velt was back at his desk to-day as though nothing extraordinary had hap pened, and there .was no interruption in the day's routine at Sagamore Hill. Sev eral hundred telegrams -from all parts of the country- reached the colonel this morning, as well as a great pile of let ters. It is probable that Col. Roosevelt will meet the lrogTcssive leaders within a few lnvs. On Friday he will resume bis trips to the editorial offices iu Xew York. Was What Brought Timothy Casey Into Barre Police Court. Timothy Casey of Montpelier, who philosophically remarks "even so," whenever luck breaks bad with him, was arraigned before Judge II. W. Scott in city court this forenoon on a charge of intoxication, subsequent offense. Tim entered a plea of guilty and was asked to make a disclosure. Mr. Casey stated that he purchased two quarts of whiskey in llellows I alls yesterday, of to ho entirely accurate, in Xorth Walpole, X. If., just across the river from Rocking ham. He wasn't sure of what happened afterwards. Officer John Dineen found him asleep at the Central Vermont sta tion around midnight and brought him ti police headquarters. . Judge Scott fined the respondent $15 and costs of $3.24 with an alternate sentence of seventy-five days in the county jail at Montpelier. Casey will probaly accept the sentence. ! Out of a Total of 1,531, Roosevelt Had Plurality of Two. When Barre's revised , vote for presi dential electors was gone over, it was found that a curious combination of facts had given Taft one more vote in the city, thus reducing Roosevelt's plu rality from three to two votes. It liap pened this way: In each of four wards, a ballot was found on which only one elector was voted for, and in all four cases the mark was in the column of the Republican party, so the four were com bined into a single vote for Taft elect ors. The total vote cast in Barre was 1,531, which is considered quite remarkable in view of the entire lack of pre-election activity because of the Outbreak of smallpox, which has prevented public gatherings for nearly four weeks. Tha total vote was 54 larger than waa cast in the state election last September. ' As compared with, that vote, the Re- . publicans gained 124 votes; the Pro gressives gained 20, and the Prohibi- tionists gained two; while the Demo crats lost 60 vetes and the Socialists lost 48. Roosevelt earried four wards and Taft carried the other two. The vote by wards was as follows: Rep. Dem. Proh. Prog. Soc. Ward 1 79 7fl 5 04 27 Ward 2 115 73 9 121 18 Ward 3 Ill 00 8 101 45 Ward 4 5! 42 ' (12 3!) Ward 5..... 58 40 4 3!1 2!) Ward 6 50 45 2 ( 58 25 Totals ..473" 300 34 475 183 Total number of all votes 1,531. One Taft vote in four wards. The Complete Vermont Returns. Taft. Rooevelt. Wilson. PROGRESSIVES TO CONTINUE. Said Governor Johnson To-day Just Be fore Starting for Home. Xew York, X'ov. (I. (Jovernor ;fcJinon of California, the defeated Progressive candidate for vice-president, said to-day that the work of the party would go on unabated for the next four years. tJov. Johnxon will leave this afternoon to re turn to California.' CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S TRUE. Trinceton. X. J Xov. 6. "I can't realize it's true." Woodrow W ilson, president-elect, thus greet ed his forenoon visitors who swarmed to the hone to offer congratulations. Among the num ber were many m mben of the lrmceta faculty. ONLY SOCIALIST IN CONGRESS BEATEN Berger of Wisconsin Went Down Before Former Congressman William H. . Stafford, Fusion Candidate. Milwaukee, Wis., Xor. 6. Congress man Vk-tor L. Berger. of Milwaukee, the only Socialist in Congress, was defeated for re-election by former Congressman illiam If. Stafford, who ran as a fusion candidate on the Democratic ticket. , SOCIALIST VOTE INCREASED Nearly Fifty Per Cent. Larger Thai Trat of 190a. Xew Ynrk. Xov. V The Soria"i4 rote of the country i probably fifty per rent. over t..t of 1?.S. Wyoming Probably for Taft. Cheyenne. Wyo., Xov. 6. Scattering returns from 4!) precincts in Wyoming received up to midnight indicated that Taft had carried the state by a safe plurality, but the large scratched vote made definite predictions uncertain. WANT VERMONT GAME. Pittsfield, Mass. Will Try to Stack Her Against Colgate. Pitt-field, Mass.. Xov. 7. The 1'it.t- FELL BEFORE TRAIN. Little Girl Was Clambering UpBank .to Escape. Foxboro, Mass., Xov. 6. Helen F. Ma son, 11 -year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mason of East Foxboro, was struck by a tram and instantly killed last evening. The little Mason girl and Ethel Bick nell. her chum, were returning home from the postofliee by a short cut on the railroad tracks.- I hey saw a train from Boston approaching, and hand in hand they darted up a steep banking beside the track. 1 he .Mason girl stepped on a piece of iron which rolled, and sb tumbled down the incline as the train passed. She was struck by one of the cars and her skull fractured. The train kept on, the crew being unaware of the accident. The Ricknell girl notified the Morsevtlle flagman. Addison 1.851 1.486 022 Bennington .a 1.458 1.375 1,047 Caledonia 1.581 2.048 1 .088 Chittenden ... 2,30(1 1,661 2,268 Essex .... 477 007 378 Franklin 1,432 1.427 1,332 (irand Isle ... 193 . 204 210 Lamoile 8411 1)0!) 428 Orange 1 .2(1(1 1.300 . B0 Orleans 1.407 1.010 620 Rtitlnnd 3.002 2.fl3t 2.081 Washington ..-2.705 1,744 1.753 Windham 2,13!) 2.024 1.326 Windsor 2.431 2.547 1.322 Totals .. .23,247 22,323 15.307 Scattering, 1,228. SKIDDED INTO COW. TWO ELECTION MURDERS. Both of Them Occurred in Kentucky and Were Due to Quarrels. Lexington, Ky.. Xov. 0. Two men were killed as a result of quarrels at election booths in Kentucky yesterday, according to reports receivel' here. In Lee county. Constable Thomas Campbell was killed and John and James Caudill were arrested, charged with hav I injt shot him. ! In Anderson county, f.reen Itnwen waa tick! lorl of trade has taken up it'J . killc-J . by County Magistrate Hani ng iiiy lammr fit miraie univer-nv im . Vafferlee it ia rhflrml : ;..- ..i ... I p- in 1 1 ir- iinieriiv oi ennoni lie waiter of arranging a football came lietween those to 'varsity elevens, to be played in this city on the afternoon of the Harvard-Yale game at New listen. Both Vermont and t V.lirMe have an open date Xov. 23. and it is believed that to bring the two elevens together h- would result, not only in an fhtentin2 IZmr. Imt in a lare attendance. tWre are local bnvs on both teams. Prince mith and Aerry O'ltrien. two of the Judge Henry B. Willis of Elgin, Was Watching Returns. E'gin. I'L, Xor. . While Judge Henry B. Willis, presiding jurist of the north era ditiion of the appellate eonrt. was tanJ.ng on a ri!rid track i front of a newpapor office last night, watch ing the eiwt;o vturns. be was stnirk Vermont stars hail from this city, while 1 bv an engine and erio-lT injured. I-rank Connors, another local boy, anljll'th of his were rat off near the Vtero of llt'sa, are r-Uvinz with arkle. He also tiUined serious in- C-lte. jur?s about the he&X BOTH LEGS CUT OFF. to. Two Hurt a! Rockland, Me, in a Peculiar Accident. Rockland, Me., Xov. 0. .Tunics I. Praik of Camden and David Stewart of Worcester, Mass., are at Knox hospital, victims of a peculiar election day acci dent. La Praik has concussion of the brain and his condition is regarded as eNtremely critical. La Praik and Stewart were on their way to Camden, which the former de sired to reach in time to cast his vote, when their automobile skidded into a cow which had shied unexpectedly in front of their car. The automobile turned turtle and was almost completely wrecked. I .a Praik was pinned beneath tlio wrec kage ami was nncoiix-ious when tak en to Knox hospital. The row was de horned, but emerged from the strident in better condition than the two men lid. I .a Praik is bos dyer at the Seabri,;li wonlcn mill in Camden. Stewart, who is boss dver in a Won-ester mill, wa visiting him at Camden. LOSS ABOUT $10,000. Structure Honsirg Crusher at Marlboro, N. H, Destroyed. Marlboro. X. H, Xov. . The struc ture housing the crusher at the quarry f the Webb i.ramte company de stroyed yesterday by fire. The cue is unknown. The h.s is estimated at 10.0ii. partly covered bv insuranr-e. The Marlboro fire department, which re sponded to the alarm, was h'e to sava the engine and ho!lerhmie only. Weather Forecast Rain to night and ThurwJay; warmer; moderate aodth westerly isd.