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VOL. XIX--NO. 103. HAIUiK, VERMONT, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1015. PRICE, ONE CENT. rm H FRENCH MOVE I of Lublin, (hiring the week ending July II, the Kussiana captured "vi omcer and --.HH men. In the Cholm reeion encrseement have taken place along the "olit river and the night of July 13 we captured over l.vi prisoner. "On the rent of the front there have been the usual artillery engagement. On the evening of July 12 the enemy assumed the offensive-on the Narew front." . AHEAD CALL U. S. UNNEUTRAL. Austria Protests Because Cut Off from American Markets. London, July 15. According to an Amsterdam dispatch to neuter a lele GERMANSADMIT THENEBRASKAN WAS TORPEDOED Official Memorandum Trans mitted from Berlin To-day by Ambassador ' Gerard Says the Attack Was Not Intended for the American Flag THAW FINAL VERDICT GIVEN TO-MORROW Judge Hendrlck Will Give Decision Fol lowing Verdict of Jury Which De clared Slayer of Stanford ' White to Be Sane. Have Gained a -Foothold-in Z?a?nf ; German Trenches at Sev- mMftJ cral Points on the Road to draw.T he fact that com v mercinl business in war material on l Marie Therese According preat tcal0 ia P"1'"? between the , mdne inert&e, aiiorumf, LnitPd Ktat-g and.,;rPat Britain and .: to Official Claim Made in m "UNFOR Paris rrLri. . ... TUNATE ACCIDENT" ' subject has occupied the government of the dual monarchy from the very be . ginning, and although the government ARE MAKING PROGRkbb ; convinced that the American attitude German Government Ex . 1 " !"" irora no omer intention mini w WEST OF AKGONNr. observe the strictest neutrality and in teriiational agreements Vet the question arises whether conditions as they have developed during the course of the war, certainly independently of the wish of the American government, are not of such, a kind as in their effect to turn the intentions of the "Washington cabinet in a contrary direction. "If this question is answered in the nl i t. . affirmative, and its affirmation cannot IteglOn AllglO r renin bo doubted," according to the opinion Official Announcement Flat ly Contradicts the German Claim to Success in That presses Regret and Readi ness to Make Reparation for the Damage Done by One of Her Submarine Blockaders Forces Said to Have Won Big Advance on Gallipoli of the. Austro-Hungarian government, I then the question follows whether iti does not seem possible, or, even neees- Washington, I). G, July 15 Germany, in official memorandum transmitted to- London, July IB, 11:50 a.- m. From Iboth belligerent parties." !Athna cornea the reoort of a subst&n- The note continues; -j 'i u A-i.ir,pnph "A neutral government cannot be al """ v ",7"" ."" lowed to trade in contraband unhind- force against the Kritlua-Achi-Bab line, ered if jt take ihp form or dime8iong but since' so many wild rumors have whereby the neutrality of the country originated in the Grecian capital this will be dangered. The export of war is received with reserve. - material from the Lmted Mates as a ' . .. proceeding of the present war is not The- latest Pans communication coun- f c0n6oAnc, wit the definition of ter the claims of German successes m neutrality;. The American government, the Argonne region with the report that therefore, is .undoubtedly entitled to me rrencu iue art iwv at prohibit the exnort of war materia I. points in t,erman trenches on tne roaa -fiegarding the possible objections sary that appropriate measures should (day from Berlin by Ambassador Gerard, be taken to make, fully respected the .dmits that the-American steamer Xe wish of the American government to . . . t , . , ' .t,: remain a strictly impartial vis-a-vis of ..... to Marie Therese and are making prog ress in their attacks beyond the Servon road, west of the forest of Argonne, On the eastern front nothing ap proaching decisive action has been re ported lor a fortnight. The Germans, that. American industry is willing to supply Austria-Hungary and Germany which, however, is impossible owing to the war situation, it may be pointed out that the American government is in a position to redress this state of expresses regret and a readiness to make reparation and assures the United States that the attack "was not meant for the American flag but is to be considered an unfortunate accident. Secretary of State Lansing made pub lic the German memorandum which dis poses of the question whether the Ne brat-kan was struck by a torpedo or mine.- The German memorandum closes the incident, it was said, except as to the payment of damages. TO MEET VON BERNSTORFF. however, again are showing activity in thing. It. would be quite sufficient to me region Detween me piemen anu uie adv,s- tne enern,Pg 0f Austro-Hunpary Aistula rivers, where they have attacked and Germany that the supplv of food in force, making advance along one sec- stuffs and war material would be sus tain from which the Kusman -retired. pended if legitimate trade in these ar to their second line. All these signs point tides between Americans and neutral to a new German drive toward Warsaw from the Kast Prussian frontier, but it is believed by military observers that j the Russians have sufficient forces in, this direction to interpose formidable resistance. It is expected that the pe riod of quiescence in southern Poland will be ended by an attack of the Austro Germans toward the river Bug. countries waa not permitted." GERMANS CLOSING IN ON WARSAW CIVILIANS KILLED. La Fierce German ' Bombardment Cathedral Party of Arras. In Pnansysx, 50 Miles North of Poland'! Capital, Captured, According To German Official Announcement. Berlin, via London, July 15. Przans ysz, a town ill Russian Poland, 50 miles north of Warsaw, has been captured by the German forces, according to an offi- " Pari, July 15. The following official tommunu-ation was issued by the war Office last night: Furnes ,d Oost Dunkerke (southwest ci"' "tatement given out to-dajr by the of Xeiuport.) In the way of reprisal (German army headquarters staff. The fired on the German cantonments at Germans also announce that they have NWdelkerke. captured the village of Konrya, to the '""i" vi"- ""ifconth of Kolno, and have stormed the nana have twice attempted, but in vain, kfjRM.s of Olfrauka, to th northeast of iv irgra nirir irrncDri nrar """n Su alki rr. in me wnoie oi that sector tne can tnading has continued. At Arras the quarter in which the cathedral is situ ated ha particularly suffered from the bombardment. Three civilians were killed. "In tha valley of the Aisne the artil lery action has been quite violent. "In the Argonne we attacked from the region wet of the road from Binarville to Vienne-Le-Chateau as far along a Marie Therene and at several points we fsined a foothold in the German trench es. Wet of the forest of Argonne our attacks extended beyond the rosd from Kervon and Secretary Lansing Arranges Conference on Situation. Washington, D. C, July 15. Con vinced that it is the purpose of President Wilnon to be "neither coaxed nor kicked" into a declaration of war against the government he represents at Washing ton, Count Johann von Bernatorff wilJ confer with Secretary of State Lansing soon. , , . . The appointment for the official "con versation" vss made at an informal meeting between the head of the foreign department of the government and the German ambassador at the Metropolitan club yesterday afternoon. The meeting between the two men who, wih the pres ident, engage the attention of the en tire civilized world, was purely informal. There n no discussion between them of the merits of the controversy pending between their two governments, merely THE GERMAN CLAIM. Captured French Trenches for Width oY One and Eight-Tenths Miles. Berlin, via lxndon. July 15. The Ger man official statement isued yesterday announces the cspture Tuesday of French position in the forest of Argonne for a width of three kilnmctert (one and eight tenths miles) and for a depth of one kilometer, and also that the German stormed hill 25. Th rrmini l-im thT fn-i Srvon and put into our fusion a i(Kn-re look two fiHd ,.,- ,, -,,. Iittie wood raIU4 the Bois Beaurain. j a -;, Wtneen Marie Therese and Haute Che. Th, ,,a of th, .t,,,-,, , . -WeMern thrstre of wan Frcli hunt Ihe gains which the enemy was able ....i,. .., -.-.,. to realira yeterdsy did not exceed at . hi amiable txchange of courtesies and the agreement upon to-day or Friday as the date of an omcial exchange of views. The result of this will provide the secretary of state with the interpreta tion placed by the German ambaitador tipon the most signinYant points con-t- ined in the latest German contribution to the official literature relating to the t.uitania and other issues over which the two government are at odds. New York, July 15. Harry Kendall Thaw yesterday was declared sane by a jury , which for nearly three weeks had listened to testimony given in the su preme court here before Justice Peter Ilendrick. Forty-eight minutes were consumed and two ballots were taken in the reaching of a verdict. , Justice Hcndrick on Friday morning will announce whether the commitment upon which Thaw was incarcerated in the state hospital for the criminal in sane at Matteawan shall be vacated thereby giving to the slayer of Stanford White the liberty for which he has fought in the courts for nine years. It was at the end of a day of address ing by counsel and the charge of the justice that the jury retired. Shortly before 4 o'clock a bailiff came from the jury room and informed Justice Ilend rick that a verdict had been reached. The door immediately were locked and Justice Hendrick ascending the bench warned the spectators that any demon stration would be met with severe pun ishment. Then the jury came in. In reply to a question by the clerk of the court as to whether ft verdict had been reached the foreman handed over a sheet of legal paper which was passed to the justice. Justice Hendrick read it and handed it back to the clerk. "Gentlemen of the jury," said the clerk. " the question you, have been asked is this: Is Harry K. Thaw now sane?' Your answer ia 'yes.'" Despite the warning several persons stood up. The court hummed ike a flynamo. Justice Hendrick and a dozen court attendants rapped for order. 1 Meanwhile Thaw, who until the ver dict was announced sat at the counsel table with his chin resting in a hand kerchief, had turned around and grasped the hand of several of his counsel. Then he went to his mother sitting a few feet way and, throwing bis arms about her neck, kissed her twice. Mrs. Thaw j at the same time patted her daughter, Mrs. George L. Carnegie, on the shoul der. Thaw later shook hands with his half-brother, Joseph Thaw. As soon as the jury was dismissed Thaw crossed to the box and shook hands warmly with each of the men. His mother also shook hands with the jurymen, saying to each "thank you so much for all that you have done. One of the jurors asked her whether she had ever had any doubt of the result of this proceeding. Mrs. Thaw smiled and replied in the negative. It was with grest difficulty that court attendants and deputy sheriffs prevented scores of men and women from dashing up to Thaw in the court room and the antt-roora and ahaking hands with him. Outside the courthouse thawide stone steps stretching down into , Chambers street had been crowded all afternoon. The atreet and the sidewalks also were congested. When Thaw flanked by dep uty sheriffs appeared in the doorway great cheer went up. St ill in the center of the cordon of deputy sheriffs Thaw crossed the street and went to the sheriff e office. maw was taken to the office of an uptown phvseian to hare a wound on his hsnd dressed. It was said he ceived the injury while playing with a medicine ball in the Ludlow street jail luesday night. 120,000 MINERS DEFY BRITAIN AND QUIT WORK Practically Every Coal Mine ' in Wales Was Idle This Morning, Despite the Op timistic Predictions That Labor Difficulties Would Be Averted HIGHER WAGE DEMAND IS CAUSE FOR ACTION According to Governmental Edict, Each. Man Is Sub ject to a Fine of $15 per Day and in Default of the Payment May Be Sent to Prison A MYSTERIOUS LETTER Is Basis for URGES PREPAREDNESS. Young Wert ny point 4X mHr-s (about a quarter t a mile) in depth. Our avistors eontinuing their hnm twrding enterpriM. surveeded yvatardiy la cautinr important dstnag in the sta tion at Liberrowrt, the military bifur cation between Tbmai and Lille, One squadron of 20 aeroplanes dropped on the build:nc and rnd 24 hei! of JkO mm. and l shell of l.V) mm. ""AToplane furniihed rth cannon wku-h were pH of the squidmn. bom niaht. '"The French Mrw up. without reu!t. x few mine in tne nr ighhorhood of Troi oe, wet of t'raonne. and at Ortes in the Cbampsf ne, our bombardment with hand grenades preventing them 1mm net tling t'iemielcs into mmr-d rf't'on. "In the Argonnrs Ormii attack re. suited in complete success northriM Of icnne le-Chstean. (hir troops t-xk bt storm the enemy frii Kn in tl t.,ii Itendin over a width of Oiree hilnme bsrded a trsm that bad w in a ,n4 , ( hilnmet-t. H,! Wteen to tton, and also oHSiped A a renr aeroplane to come to the pTOind" RUSSIANS RETREAT. Pat TrmrvCy They Ceptarefl 21,, fcirt Per-jis4. PHrfsd. Julr IS. The f"tW irfl if-fi-i! rrirmini' t " f"" t-e"rsl l-e4 ' -r-r IN ,l"d lt S'rH : I Se dire K"fi ef fxwr.ra iFmnt J'tandi nm ewitf f Jul 1J -J sien m t'w l.th. tlte enewy tttn'i l"1.;Wt fr. n the r f M Iwrk '-f te ptMk r-n Jo'y It. ts T riM i enflwrwf tnmtam tefxbe oi ffft rf t 4 (tbrnH rw tr4 rw O ! r -le I Tv, rrer. e-e )rne hmtk b a Ctt t- ti a4 the t - l w-e-e rertwTH "K A the v, i, ,fwb. nrn f jrt g bs tlr J te -e ( t.. -V,' etjeirr tire M4 W i'Vrvj-ri t4 1W rrris W"el t r- e4 te Ahr tg CW-w-t" eei, e-' . r-et4 1 he f, j--t f4 t'e f i H 4 fKe.-r e'; l.pe ( t.rra t (he )' tr 1 t --e .,p-t m v-l fix 4 "lm U 1'?J rmt V .:Sil So. C5, 1 I'llh Mw1. is in our reecina. "Twerty five hundred r,d eic' ty t, l!iijired ri"er. inriti'iine SI cfffer. f?l int mir bid. In a-i-i tion, 300 wmtnW4 were tak'D fder rrvf rare Twt feH rtfivm, t ref?-er rW"in I fnh-ie f-n -4 a lrfe ;i(t It f fml were rajtured. ir 1rmp 4 n'-t a fsr a rrft"'S f t rt-h rt ,;iTT and r 1-re4 e I r iiw W. 7 be re row rtf'!l!. te-fi !e-f-h . ' rf-rmss I ". I lerw 4V'.tr of war: IXe t' e eme e1 tW t lt-l BUT tejv. I j jtin4 l'J ii tve eif hr'ovxt f. Ks lnris . -t iet -f K '-lr. I 'St I"TTerr. tr1 f f V's New Action by Becker's Attorney. New York, July 15. A letter said to have been written by .lack Rose, the state's stsr witness against Charles H-cker in his trial for the murder of Herman Rosenthsl, was the basis yes ti-rday of an investigation by Becker's counsel in the hope that it might fur nth grounds for an application for new trial. It was written, it is said, whin Rose was in the Tomb. The letter, it is said, came into posses sion yesterdsy of Y. Hourke (ockran. Becker's lawyer. It waa not made pub lic but ia said to hate contained the following expression i re got a splitting headache and am in terribl shape. Webber and Valon are trying to frame up Beker. I want you to come in and see bic right a way." John B. Johnston, associated with Mr. Cotkran, begsn at once an invetigatlon to dWermine if the letter- furnished ground for an application for a new trial. IWker's counwl are ssid to re gsrd the Mter as important. To whom it was ad'lrrsed was not msde public. Cardiff, Wales, July 15. In spite of the optimistic predictions that serious labor difficulties in the coal fields would be averted virtually every mine in Wales was idle this morning, the day fixed for the beginning of the miners' strike for higher wsges. In one district 20,000 workers struck in defiance of the government's procla mation that the provisions of the muni tions act would be invoked to prevent the cessation of hostilties. By 10 o'clock it was estimated that upwards of 120,000 men were out in all parts of the Welsh fields. The men who strike in the face of the government's prohibition are sub ject to a fine of fifteen dollars a day, in default of payment of which they may be imprisoned. HAD DIED DURING NIGHT. to Farmhand on L, K. Averill Farm At Hearty Supper Before Retiring. Yawcob Kadauft a farmhand employed at the L. K. Averill farm on east bill for the past 33 years, waa found dead in h loom at the farm this morning by F. A. Hawley, who cenducta the farm for Mr. Averill. Nadaiift ate a hearty aupper last night, retired at his usual hour and was not heard from again. This morn- ng he failed to respond to Mr. Hawley a call and an investigation led to the dis covery of his death. I)r. O. G. Stickn'" was called to examine the remains. .A Soon after the body was found vf Attorney F. K, (Jleaaon waa cali . the Averill farm and after inquiring into the circumstances of the mans demise he stated that there was no suspicious circumstances connected with the death and gave permission to have the body prepared for burial, llr. Stickney gave it as his opinion that death was due to heart trouble. The deceased came here from Stutt gart, Germany, around 34 years ago and soon afterward entered the employ ot Mr. Averill. He was So years old on Dec 5, 1015, and had always been one of Mr AveriH's most faithful employes. So far as can be learned, he had no relatives iving in Germany or America. Funeral services will be held at the Averill farm Friday afternoon at 1:30 c clock and interment will be made in the Averill family lot at Elmwood ceme tery. RESIGNATION NOT RECEIVED Ambas? '$r Marye Has No ; ' .tion of Leaving i.v u;-' 1 1 i. ins l Ubl TWO YOUTHS BOUND OVER. ONLY FEW OF 455 CARS ARE BEING OPERATED Strike ef 2400 Street Car Men ia Rhode Island Haa Nearly Halted the , System Providence ia the Center of Dissension. AUSTRIAKS DENY LOSS. Hsmmnnl Says Allies Shamefully Unprepared. Clout-eater, Msss., July 15. Military pn-eretlness for wsr hv the I'nited Stte was ur(fd liy John Hammond, jr., inventor of the w irelms guided elee. trirsl torpedo boat, in a lecture before mrmhrra of the North Shore summer colony lat nijht. The prtweeda ef the hvture will po toward an automobile ambulance eorp in Frsnee. "It in receary," said Mr. Ilsmmond. "that, throughout our country there bould lie an encouraging interest srouoed relstine to thine Itiilitarv. If the reoults of lln stupendous I ai r"pe n ounfiKt remain nn'ieeded by the rifizrn cf the I nited l-fe if t" definite po. icy be adopted the dny will suuly come when we ahstl miffer the butnili at"wi of China and agny of Iw lgium. "The r'Stet mivteke the allien made waa be i ti shamefully u n prep reij fr wsr and umVreM imut ng the phr-wal and mnral s'renrth of the hniiuM," ' t aerial srrt i tn itav cnt itutea j (V erea of t !e army ant tuny," be e- In f"te f tha fact, we beve emly abut 11 aer'vj.lnnea to rf(1 rafifm'. iio oiirena in t me c.f war" He ale freftcte1 fitre bteV'p t Vi tfi rae. trel-," eai4. "pr e-et- refae tHlmiM fo t" !.er vmm If pn Wle 1t 1 e,er ;4e n tnerruff fa Mim. HiVi-inref e4 t-rr.4e m e- 'r ..f ;if tHe ffnrn-mr f te ef tal ; " '' H aa tHe betri. i j. l mrtr t-'-fc""I e hmw tijimk. M M I'M l-iir!f is tin I '- i ri'r "" '"" aew. a-! i, J V- iWt ia r ty yete4,T a e 'e ., Tf g l" nff I t-rrntm,. H waa -! t ' r at ea.-b M-r. H..w we C K. bot.t tnt afte mn an4 Ka4 sk Say That Ne Ship ef Their Navy Hal Bcea Sunk. W aahingtoti, July IS. The Austrian mbay bas receied the folio ing from Minister f Foreign Affairs Ikms Bu na, ft waa annnred t-dayt C ontrary t renorta in Italian papers fbst. ia retenge for tbe ainking of tHe Italian rrwiaey Amalfi, the Italian aank three Antrn Himrartaa auttnarme. it has bee aa"ertaied tfat th AiMtriv Murganaa nay. trirf lb foTTeea of the war with Ita'v. baa thus far u taine4 M Ineeea whateer. I.ikear.ae alt rff-te41 Ammmg by tha Italian wary aalmjarinea waa wk!'r fctif-ne." Providence, R. I., July 15. The strike of 2400 members of the street car men's union, called at midnight, resulted to day in almost a complete tie-up of the Rhode Island company's system. Out of 455 cara run in normal times, it was admitted by President A. E. Potter of the company to-day that only 40 were in operation thia morning. Cmon om ciala would concede that only ei4'it cara were running. President Potter said that the com pany had not considered tne matter oi importation of strike-breskers. No acts of violence we.T reported this forenoon and no extra polio were detailed on the streets, although a large number of offi cers were held in reserve. The action of the men followed a masa meeting of union employes at w hich it was voted to support the union committee, which had notified the com pany that unless arbitrators selected by the union were accepted the strike would be deelsred. The demands of the men, which were submitted several weeks ago, include a request for an ineresae in wages of Montpelier Boyg Charged with Stealing . $104 at Montpelier Store. William Wentworth and Bruce Gauld waived examination in Montpelier city court this morning before Judge K. M. Harvey on a charge of burglary and were hound over to county court. Bail was fixed at $500 in each case. Mrs. Clementina Bianchi furnished bonds for young Gauld, and relatives of Wentworth are trying to raise security for his re lease. The state alleges that they en tered the store of Frsink Facini on Barre street and stole $104. According to a written confession made by Wentworth to Grand Juror Theriault, he and Gould entered the store on. the night of July 2 took a steel box which contained the sum of $104 in bills and silver, carried the same to a secluded spot and broke, it open with a j store. The spoils were divided, Gauld getting $tfO and Wentworth $44, and the box was taken to the . Winooski river near the Granite street bridge and thrown in. Wentworth volunteered to dive for the box after he had been ar rested, but he failed to get it from the muddy bottom,' Both young men had worked more or less for Mr. Facini and were well ac quainted with the interior of the place and knew where the cash was kept. This led the police to suspect them from the start, and careful watch was kept of Wentworth. He paid Orin Hills the. sum of $15 down on a motorcycle and ap peared to be well fixed financially. The motorcycle was taken to a local garage last week for repairs, and when Went worth endeavored to get it he was ar rested by Chief Connolly. He admitted that he would have tried to make the Canadian line. Police officials in Quin- ey, Mass., and several other places were cautioned to look out for Gauld, but he returned voluntarily last night after having traveled through Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He gave himself up to the police and admitted that his conscience had troubled him on his journey. Wentworth is 20 years old and Gauld two years his junior. John H. Senter is counsel for Wentworth, and Benjamin Gates represented Gauld. SAYS SEC. TUMULTY AT WHITE HOUSE President Wilson Has Not Made Any Assertion About It Cornish, X. H., July 15. Reports that George L. Marye, the United States am bassador to Petrograd, had presented his tesignation to President Wilson are lack" ing in confirmation to-day. The presi dent could not be reached directly, but members of his pnrty said that Ambas sador Marye's resignation had not been received since the president reached Cor President Wilson divided his time to day between golf, automobile and work. He has been away from aslnnctoii longer this time than at any time sinca he became president.. Story of Marye's Resignation Denied. Washington, D. C July 15. Secre tary Tumulty said to-day that no resiif- nation of Ambassador Marye had been received at the White House and he did not believe the ambassador had any intention of leaving hi post. Many FOR VERMONT'S HEALTH. of Health AUTO WENT DOWN BANK. Attended Conference Officers. Burlington, July' 15 .The, attendance t the 17th annual school for the health (fleers of the state, which opened last ight with the first meeting in the as sembly hall of the high school, was ex ceptionally large. Dr. A. R. Docher of the Rockefeller institute at Xew York, and Dr. C. 8. Caverly, president of the state board of health, spoke. Mayor A. 8. Drew of this city gave the visitors a hearty welcome, Bpeaking of their great benefit to the communi ty. - Gov. Charles W. Gates was also pres- ent and spoke in behalf of the state. He said that the work of the health ' officers of the state was probably more important than that of any other branch. He commended the legislation on public health which has put Vermont in a class . by herself. The governor asked the . health officers to feel the responsibility placed in them by Vermont. . The address of the evening waa given by Dr. Docher, who gave a resume of. the advances made in the Study of lobar pneumonia at the Rockefeller institute during the last six years. He stated that the study of a cure for the disease had been very slow and not yet are the specialists able to save patients from . suffering from all types. FEAR WOMAN A SUICIDE. Mrs. Joseph Wilson, 28, is Being Sought Near Bellows Falls. Two Occupants Were Shaken Up, But Not Much Hart. A Ford automobile owned by Mrs. S. C. Collins of Orange was towed into tm city this morning and taken to a local garage after an accident near Topsham last evenin.. The windshield was Shat tered and the whole forward part of the car as rather badly broken. Mrs. tol lins and her son. Mark, who was driving the car at th time of the dump, were anoui sw per crni j rnanree in woritinr , . , . . , ,,. , . t u j i . k- i.. i f somewhat shaken tip but not badly hurt schedule abolition of the hand fare col- i ' ,, Ji.i..i. leeting machines and a closed shop About to per cent of the company's employe now are non-union men. GET AN I-H0UR DAY. srieiM in a hotel. Employes ef Remingtoa Arms Ce. are Made Jubilant. Bridgeport. Conn., July 15. While ame thousand machinist employed at the Remington Arme company plant were ma'le jubilant last night by an an nouncement that the company had granted voluntarily an right hour work day without reduction ia pay, it ia thought that thia action oa the part f the company w ill not alter the present lahnr trouble. The trurj!, according to union dffi riahv will b foojht out on the original demand that the millwright shall be er me member of either the mar hini't" or ims workers tinmfia. Th whole jn-tmi will b placed be fore Major W. . renfteld when arom m.tte vf BnllwrigMa will seek a conference. Mrs. Collins had one knee slightly sprained and Mr. Collins hurt bis ankle According to Mr. Collins' story they were driving toward Topsham last even ing at about 7:30 and bad just come to a place where the road is being repsired when the car shot down over a 20-foot bank. It landed right side up and a pair of horses with a et of wheels brought it to the road and to thia city to-dsy. DRAWN OVER BANK. C055irERING 8TIIIE. t7vw Garment Warkera Way Jmm tfwi Atrey Oat. Elrey Hinkley Hurt at Lndlow When Team Weat Dowa. Ludlow. July 15. Elroy HmkW was seriously injured yesterday by dm ing ever aa embankment with a lad of gravel. Hi left ahouliler waa iniured. the collar hone was broken and he is suffering from other injurie the nature of which cannot ret lie determined. Hinkby. who ia only 2 year oM. and the aofl rf tieorge Hinklry, is employed a teamster for Herbert J. SUarn. He ae driving d"n the hill weat of lond street, leadir.f to Fred Tbnmpann'a farm He ia at ill n at" a dard condition a t he unable to atat ea-fly bow the accident barpwd. but th borc went ever a bifH eiBbanWmeit. drachma the )' 4 f prarel do- w into t tie ratine, t Hie hr r-lled over the otlrfT. Ifir.Vlev wianape to era I t In Bellows Falls, July 15. Searching parties have been out in an effort ta get eome trace of Mrs. Joseph Wilson. 28 rears years old. who disappeared from her home in Walpole at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. It ia feared that she has committed suicide. Mrs. Wilson was sent to Waterbury from Rutland June 11 and last week she eppeared at the house in Walpole where her father - boards. Tuesday morning she disappeared and the last trace that can be found of her is at the Birell farm on the Westminster-Bellows Falls mad about a mile south of this village. Mie was aeen to enter the doorysrd but whether she returned to the road or en tered the woods in the resr is uct known. When she left her father's home in Walpole she took with her a bottle of poison and a cup and it is learea she- ha. ended her life. Her husband is living at Rumford Mills, Me. ROBBERY AT ST. Michael ALBANS. Store Was DriscoH'a Liquor Broken Into. St. Albans. Julv l.V The econd-cUs stora of Michael Driocnll on Lake street w bnken into lt ni;ht and between ffl. and w atobn. tig-ether with two bottle of beer, t ntran'e waa gained through the bark window, which was opened at the top, and by breaking a light woden shutter. The officera are im lined In connect the break with tle theft last niirht of a bi vd. it being the theory that the perMn who brcke into the liquor store ued the bni' tt aar with. A stranrer had been seen yesterday slum lilmtii attr-ted Mention, and a don-ripl ion of li'm ! been sett to (irrrundirg tm. Aa Arreat fer Break Last Witr. (crgr Mniot is in Franklin emirte ia I on the rhrre f hcktrf let a cn?tf ejfi tl bike shore last .Spot Taw ce4tp ia fed bv a New fi k he tilt. i e w-tli t-s a-iet -jr a4 V l fmn W- $ew eYrk. JuV li. 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