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VOL. XIX NO. 15G. UAlUtE, VERMONT, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915. PRICE, ONE CENT. rm PINSK FALLS TO GERMANS Russian City 100 Miles East of Brest-Litovsk Taken To-day TO-DAY'S WAR NEWS TOLD IN BRIEF RUSSIANS ARE ACTIVE ON SOUTHERN FRONT And in Other Parts Give Evidence of Turning on Invaders Berlin, via London, Sept. 16. The cap-' ture of the Russian city of Pinsk, 100 miles east of Brest-Litovsk, was an nounced to-day at army headquarters. Several million dollars' worth of American goods, mostly meat products, carried by four steam ships, have been declared forfeited to the erown by the British prize court, which held that the prod ucts were destined for the German government, and not for consump tion in Dcumark, whither the de tained vessels were bound. Tress advices from Petrograd, received in Italy, state that Km peror Nicholas has granted an am nesty to all political prisoners, who number more than 100,000. Two Austria u torpedo boat de stroyers are reported in dispatches from Italy to have been sunk by an Italian uubmarjne in the Adri atic. There have been additional spir ited artillery exchanges ' in the front in France, activity having , been particularly notable in the region of Arras, around Roye and in the vicinity of Lassigny. Fur ther down the line also big guns are active, the firing extending into the Vosges mountain region, according to French official statement.' SETTLED IN FORTNIGHT. Tnflnn, Scot, lfl. Coincident witn Earl Kitchener's optimistic remarks in Parliament concerning the position of Says Bern.storff About United States the Ttussian armies, Emperor Meiioias German Embroirlio. fnresa a ra alinuinrr an lmTeH SHUT 013- I ..ui ,....... tha offensive at I New York, Sept. 16. That' the diffi n.nv tinints on the eastern front. Not culties between the United States and l ,, thev nressimr their attacks Germa-ny will be Bettled within a fort- , ...... , , I 'i.i. L. : j u rv... l.wtr im in linlH'ia. Dill muni. me umiiiuu vuireu vy wuuv for the most part they are holding up Von Bernstorff, the German ambassador, the German rush in mid-Poland. at his hotel yesterday shortly after his Th Kiisamna alHO assert insi lupy icram jiuiu n n,BiMiixi.u" havfi thrown back the invaders near Approactteti vy a newspaper man ne where the German cavalry said: cut the Petrograd railway between I "Ordinarily, I give only prepared in- Dvinsk and Vilna. terviews over roy signature. io-Uay Counting the captures in Galicia, the snail make an exception, xovi may say Russians lately have been taking more l ior me mat x am sure mat winun a . , . . 1 . I . A ! l. A ..11 1 JltXl lit 1 . prisoners than tney nave oeen losing, i lurinigiit au upioru uiiucujiea ue- iweeii me Linieu oiaies hiiu urinaiijr tttoot XT rTTiif A I win nave oeen setiiea, ana permanently ttUiSOlilll UUiUi settled, and the nations will be more . I f!ou,,t Von Bernstorff added that he 1 fat. rrratifinA 11 var ia'4 ruilfnm, of Ilia ... ..in - r ht i X jt: I e. unui me miauie or noveinoei, .Uiuiu8 oonfprence v,th Secretary Lansing. to Imperial Decree that Already Later the ambassador amplified the . i siaiemeni saving: jn my opinion ev iias Been issued. erything as regards the situation be- London. Sept. 16. Reuter's Petrograd tween the Lmted States and Germany correspondent telegraphs that the Kus- win be settled witnin a lonnlglit sian Duma will be prorogued to-day un- do not expect to have anything more to til the middle of November. The imper- say witn. reference to tms matter in tne ial decree to this effect has been is- next two weeks." med. the correspondent savs. and com- Count Von Bernstorff discussed the municatcd last night to the cabinet. Pre- sinking of the British steamer Hesperi inier Gorcmkin also conferred with the an, insisting in an informal way that military and civil authorities of Petro- his first claim as to what caused the TOOK SENTENCE FOR KILLING PRIVATE RUMPUS AIRED. Barre Litigants Appeared in Washington County Court. The arguments were presented In the case of Stcfanettt against Cacciamclll this afternoon in Washington county court. It was the first jury case this term and resulted from trouble when nnrrrn TqoViiiKo nf ffn.it Vi the plaintiff tried to move a henhouse from property he sold to the property he sold to the defendant, which was followed by a breach of peace case in Barre city court. The plaintiff alleges that an assault was committed on hlin by the defendant July 23, 1014 at Barre. The ad damnum is $1,000. B. A. Hoar is counsel for the plaintiff and J. W. Carver for the defendant On the jury are Henry S. Maird of Waitsfield, J. If, Buck of Moretown, U. If. Howland of Cabot, W. T. Jackson of Barre Town, Homer Lane of East Montpelier, Leslie Rogers of Calais, M. L. Preseott of Waterbury, H. L. Russell of Cabot, J. A. Sciina of Berlin, A. T, Smith of Barre Town, Fred L, Thresher of Northtield and George J. Willey of Berlin. The witnesses examined yesterday afternoon included Dr. I. X. Z. Archam bault, Ralph Nelson, Forest Bassett, Amelia ioinenti and Mrs. Louise to Rutland, Sept. 16. George Kashuba, a rnenti. An interpreter was used "-when Hungarian quarryman oi nouin roun- gome of the Italian witnesses who tes ney, who killed George Sadlak, his broth- tified were unable to talk English. ei -in-law, with a blow on the head with j the case of Annie W. Stanyan vs. a club during a drunken row on July 5, the Security Mutual Life Insurance Co.. pieaacu guilty to a cnarge oi mansiaugn- a motion for continuance was overruled. ter in Rutland county court to-day. lie The motion to set the case of Harry II. was sentenced by Judge Mauton to not Martin vs. Arch Batchelder into chan I Poultney Gets Four Years HE PLEADED GUILTY m- -n r a xrriT a TtiTimnn 1U MAiNiLAUUili Said He Struck Merely to Disable but Assailant's Head Got' in Way; TRAIN STRUCK AUTOMOBILE After a Miraculous Escape from Death, Two Motor ists Kept on to Fair. VEHICLE STRIPPED JITNEY AND TEAM BUMPED. Passenger in Former Got His Clothes Badly Stuck Up. Morris Gotler's boy, Louis, was tak ing a picture man around town this morning in a team which ho hired at Papin Bros.' livery. In a Concord buggy, the man, who takes a little snapshot oi your uncle's brother, in southeastern Australia, or on the tlennsh front, like ly enough, and enlarges it in a hand some ormulu gold frame, and the Gotler boy were swinging along JSortli Main street just south of the Willey street intersection when a iitney stdeswiped the outfit and smashed one of the rear wheels on the wagon. P. N. Chamber lain, the jitney bus driver, waa driving ime and ae a matter oi (IH' T()H AN I SHTF.TJl slowly at the time and ae a ' fact the picture man's hired horse was not exceeding the speed limit. Frank Meade of Boston, a traveling ftlllpRlllfln. arA n nnanpntrnr In Tr. f'hfllll- Wilson Beattie ancf NewtOn berlaiii's car, a Cadillac of years gone by, saw that disaster was impending, and Fields in Accident Near .Wells River when he jumped from the bus to grab tho horse he slipped and fell headlong in a puddle of fresh oil laid down on the spot a few days since through the beni ficence of the aldermanic street commit tee. Mueilagenous oil from head to ess than four years and not more than cery was affirmed. The case pf Mary R, five years in the state prison. Ivashuba claimed that Sadlak attacked him and that he Btruck a blow, intend ing merely to disable, but that Sadlak dodged, receiving the blow on the head. grad and Moscow with regard to fore stalling demonstrations, RUMANIA MAY ENTER. Intimation of Participation Published in German Newspapers. London, Sept. 16. A Copenhagen dis patch to the Exchange Telegraph Co. says that German newspapers wore per . mitted yesterday to published sensation' l telpgrams intimating that Rumania's participation in the war may be expected any minute. BULGARIA DEMANDS AN EXPLANATION Of Greece and Roumania Why Troops Are Being Concentrated on Bulgarian Frontier. Rome, Sept. 16. Because of the eentration of Greek and Roumanian troops on the Bulgarian frontier, the Bulgarian foreign minister has instruct ed the representatives of that country at Athens and Bucharest to request an im mediate and definite eiplanation, accord ing to a Sofia ditpaU-h to Giornale D'ltalia. GERMANS TOY ARRIVE. Thit Is the First Cargo t Reach United Slates This Year. Philadelphia, Sept. 1.The first cargo of German-made toys to arrive this year is being unloaded to-day from the Hol-Isnd-American line tfntiwr Zasndvk. There were 1.200 cases in the rargo and Rioit of the toys were made bv hand in the blk forests of tiermanv. The ves sel arrived yesterday from Rotterdam. ship to go down had now been verified, despite what he called 'the suspicion of the American people about that ship." The ambassador emphasized the fact that under present conditions exchanges of communication with his governmen were necessarily a tedious proceeding and he added that it was due to this fact that he fixed the time for a et tlement at two weeks. In conclusion the ambassador said h would probably spend the week-end at Cedarhurst, Long Island, his summer home. Bertoli vs. First National bank was also set into chancery. The motions for con tinuance in rred L, I)odson vs. LTnion Mutual Fire Insurance Co. and Mrs, Fred S. Dodson vs. Vermont Mutual Fire In surance Co. were denied and the cases are for trial. Tho case of Brackett, Shaw & Lunt Co. yg. Luke Tarbell goes SET AHEAD 2 WEEKS to th chanc,T5' docket.': Application of me new ww 111 rrutnun m court proce dure is made in this court for the first time in setting law cases over from the law docket to the chancery. The next case to be taken up is that of Ernesto Columbo vs. Carlo Garibaldi, trespass, which will be followed by the case of Ottanelli vs. Zanleoni. MRS. MOHR'S HEARING Because of Inability of Miss Emily G. Burger, Important Witness, to Be Present. Warren, R. I., Sept. 16. A eontinu ance of two weeks was ordered to-day when the case of Mrs. hhzabeth Tiffany Blair Mohr, accused of inciting the mur der of her husband, Dr. C. Franklin Mohr, of Providence and Newport, and of the three negroes, charged with the actual commission of the crime, was called for hearing. The state asked for BOY BATHER DROWNED. Ralph Spaulding, 15, of Woodsville, the Victim. Wells River, Sept. 18. While motor-1 foof; was Mr. Meade's meagre reward for ing to the state fair, Wilson Beattie of intentions that were manifestly good. I A - 11 . t t- i. 1J. 11.. 1.1. ' , , , . , . most serious featur of the sulegwipnig. River had a miraculous escape from papjn Bros, will have to replace a wheel, death at 5 o'clock this morning when but Mr. Meade is facing the necessity their machine was struck by a north- of providing himself a new outfit entire. bound train on the Passitmpsic division Mr. Chamberlain laid the accident of the Boston & Maine R. R. The ma- wholly to the greasy condition of the chine was whirled around and divested road, claiming that the oil caused the of its windshield and top, but the two wheels of his Cadillac to skid. More occupants were not injured. After look- than that Mr. Chamberlain had some ing over their vehicle they found it very emphatic remarks to make con would still run, so, having been robbed cerning the city's oi! policy and intimat of a trip to the fair yesterday when ed .that the municipality will have a a connecting rod burned out, they con- damage suit on its hands if anyone tries eluded to continue on to White River to make him pay the costs accruing from Junction ; and they started along, mi-1 to-day s accident R. R. OFFICIALS IN CONFERENCE Representatives of Local B, & M. Lines Meet Pres. Smith of C. V. R. R, AND MAKE INSPECTION OF TRO' TING PARK Pre- cxies H. Hustis of B. Again Heads Lo- cal Companies AUTOS IN COLLISION. A Ford Lost One Wheel and Had Two Fenders Bent. Two automobiles, a Ford driven by Woodsville, X. H. Sept. 16. Ralph nauldinir. lS-vear-old son of Mr. and a continuance on the ground that the Ujrs. George N. Spaulding, drowned iiiuob jiii.iuint iin, juuiy u. ypgierday about 8 o'clock while bathing JHirger, wno was wun l'r. iuoiir, wnen ,11 the Ammonoosuc r ver. lie was shot, was herself wounded and Young Spaulding, in company with was unable to be present. Robert Greene and William Mon'fett of Well River. VI.. all about the same COHVUIEU BY JUKY, wfti gwimmhig in the river at a point hist before it flows into the Ion rroctor Man buuty ot luminal Assault nPcticut and had been in but a short On Young Girt. time when Spaulding, who could swim IV... T . 1 1 ! . , t n !...! .1 1 . rnM T?ii4 la rA Kont lit Tnhn AVi.Hm uuv ""T a " "r'F ",,u John Ackulics, a Russian, 4.5 years old, of Proctdr, was sight. Greene procured a long stick and convicted yesterday in Rutland county " T iV .v. V .i "Z ,.,rf f ri,in.i .....,1 ti, vi,.t;. l,a,lk. nd h th i ta tb drowning MEXICANS CELEBRATE WITH MUCH NOISE Their Independence Day Ushered in with Much Shooting and Shout ing. . Brownsville, Tex Sept. HI. Beginning at midnight, the start of Mexican in tie pendence dav, there was much shooting and shouting along the Mexican side of the river, but there were no indication of trouble on the American side and re ports indicate a peaceful celebration of the holiday in this section. Mexican soldiers gathered at Matamoros for the parade. Una and band concerts and danees'attracted large crowds, but few Americans crossed the rivr to see the sights. RUSSIA CALLS OUT HER TERRITORIALS Imperial Ukase Was Issnel To-day and Senate Was Aithorited t Fix the Details. Petrograd, ia London. Srt. HI, An Imprrtsl wksse was su4 to dsr, rolling to the ffl'ft the rewrves tf the tri tTial army. The Swist ns int rit.tit In dctermin1 the ages and the aatntwr f rTr sad tln diftrHts f mm w I.h h ti-ev l.all l filled. CASE CFTE!f TRIED. r4 Kw the Plaintiff Gets Verdict f k. A'hi. S-j-t. A erdH-t for lb (liet,5 to fwmit MM aud irter V-wi Ut. b 513. twr44 in 9m m Ihe rm r4 J liran -. A H. aM Anna M. Artie. p.t. Tt. ,! Ka Wi ta i wtt i-urt tM mni ta the mnrt Of FTrts Re Wat Selrel f TseanaaSt vt Dellarm. ln-iifr,. I, tC V1.t;i lal ?. A f trmi. o arr-! at J flm k r.. tUe-4 -.?4 fj-y ffM hr J m-k mUm mx! m f- '- NO VIOLATION. International Law In Proposed Bil lion-Dollar Loan. Washington, l. C, Sept. H. Secre tary Lansing made it plain to inquirers esterdav that no violations of domestic or international lawa were involved in the propowd flotation by the ailira of a large kiaa in this country. The aecretary riplaim-d that the at titude of the Washington government had long Iwen armoiin.-e.ti tint its prepftion of diapf'roial rf loan aa " in (vtrKtutent with the ejirit of iWHtrahty" had U-en tto'asioned by a iireet request for advk ly A merien n txukera romrn ing loan in gneral. and tKst tkf adinin ilttHn vrrtr-d its .p-'t mtt rhfly t loan by r"ular ait"rltka nr tlwo hu h wmild take large aum r( fnld fmm the I tutfd vf t. far a state !! rtmrrt fteil are able t .r"Te. however, the tn ta tit i!!y hst i knoH ai a "erejit Vn" t pay fr rMigatxin in eiirted nr h-rt I iBmrre4 ffr tW i)rrl,ie f -ir- li . f-t h a Vn it . i ! aa a rivat fuminweial trana- artie. ihH 4iff-Hng 1mm the tra!? in e ttralind rr rther ar rj ; ff hieh nmtral g,-rTtneit tn tf"t -f .) - cated t e any ewtrtj. was N;oiJe Mnith, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Smith of Proctor, Aug. 1. Ackulics is a marble hand and resides in the same house as the Smith family. He will be sentenced later. State's Attorney C. V, Timlin prose cuted, and Attorney Charles K. Novak was assigned by the court to represen Ackulics. u. a. fuiltonskl acted aa in terpreter. The witnesses summoned by the state were the child's parents, Mrs. Ntepknowski, lr. John L. Welch and Deputy Sheriff W. II. Startup, all of Proctor. The jury that served on the ease in eluded Foreman Frank M Plumley of this city, Frank L. Clark of this city W. A. 1'arinenter of Mount Tabor, The odore C. Pearson of Shrewsbury, Harry P. Powers of Proctor. W. U. Pratt of Mount Ilollv, Krwin C. Roach of Hub' bar. Hon, (J. William Roberts of Poult ney, C. I). Summer of Danbv, iJeorge Taylor of Middlctown Springs. William A. I hrall of West Rutland, enn Voe of I'tttsfield. Because of the heat the jur or were allowed to hear the case while in their shirt lee vet. CONFESSED A KILLING. WORK SUSPENDED BECAUSE OF HEAT Tewperattrre ia B! at Smm Ta-day! Wat ej Kirr - "table Went.. r rtefiiCed for T a ifw! f ia. IV.'. -tt I (!'-. et-ef ni4 ft 1 lHt 1 t et-e(, N, I - r'anH t-i-, T fitw i lUmtn t t"W t. I1 rm1 -ritr, lH tl Kiaai4'tr ia ;i'4 Ir t t' Wat "'WM-4 mm - I aiwf f fHrtes a.'! . W.i Given From Three to Six Years in Prison for It. Bangor. Me, Sept. Id, After pleading nolo to an indictment for manslaughter fter a charge of murder had been nol priwaed and being sentenced to from three to six year in state nrion, Charle Carey f Lincoln, a Polish laborer, made to Sheriff T. II. White and others a vol ntitary Tmfeion of Imw be killed narlea DlturaenLi. known as Vig Charlie, another Pole employed a a ruer man at Lincoln, on the night of April 2 laM. When the idy of "Hig Charlie was found on the railroad reik near that village it was at first t li'i(f fit he had been killed in a railroad accident. I taminatKm ahowed the marls of aeteral blow nfrnji the head and a rati of llii led for some distance. ith indieationa that aomeone bad at- Uni td to eoer rt with suliea. I.i4enee t)at had twen tttnihle lietwefn Carey and Tlig fharlte" that mH led to t iie arreet of Carry. M ard Seider, a fioston detective, worked np th rase aad aa a witnesa before tl grd j'trr. Tie -ofeioB nf f arer in muh tanr that be and I-ig (liarlte," Utk of vlinnt had bi drir.Ving hard, got it a tght. arey aai4 he atrti'k "Hg ll arlie" rter 1lrf 'head, t).e i.larwd the i Im4y cm the trails, tl inling that after tlie train had atnwk rt j.le nt,M h k that i Vwarlte rt to Wp on tiie tra-i, and a run -er. boy just aa he sank from sight for the last time in 3 feet of water and ot over live feet from shore. In response to their cries men rushed to the scene and soon were diving for tho body but without success, owing to the great depth of the river. The father of the boy and uncle, W. E. Gibson, ran to the river and assisted in the search, but it was not until nearly an hour aft er the accident that the body was final ly recovered. The body was taken ashore and every possible aid was given by Drt. Speare and Dearborn of Woodsville and Dr. Hlood of Wells River, Vt., who Jabored unsuccessfully for an hour to restore consciousness. An especially sad feature in this cae is thst Ralph wa the only renisining child of the bereaved parents and the tecond to meet his death from droning, an elder brother having been drowned about three years ago by break ing through the ice while skating. mis the parts above noted. The accident happened at what is known as "Cow meadow" crossing near the house of James Ieonsrd, about three miles south of this village. The cross ing has always been considered a dan gerous place by motorists and drivers vi m;iir. uniue is owner oi mo jjeputy Shentr George U. Morris and a machine and he was driving. Reattie's Cadillac driven bv Alex Gordon, collided brother,' Dr. William Beattie, who was on xrth Main street this afternoon and a well known physician Of Littleton, the Ford car was considerably damaged N If., was killed at Crawford's in the one wheel beinir smashed and two fen- White mountains last year when he ders being bent. According to the story Btepped in front of an automobile. of those who witnessed the accident, llie two men who figured in to-day's Deputy Sheriff Morris started to drive accident started off yesterday morning, off North Majn street into the grounds accompanied oy Mrs. ncattio, Mrs, 11. of S. Rizzi just as the Gordon car came ij terry ana niiara lerry of houth along the street. Neither vehicle was Kyegate, intending to spend the day at movinir fast, it is said, but the slippery the state fair, but hadn't gone far when condition of the street prevented their AU- 1.: a a .t . I . ... . ... . ine iimi-niii? gave trai. jinoiner macnine I stopping in time to avert collision came along and took in the women and Neither of the drivers was hurt. Mr, Terry for the remainder of the way to vt lute Kiver Junction, while the flii abled machine was towed back for re- MARRIED IN MONTPELIER. pairs. Messrs. Heat tie and Fields con cluded to go to-day, having fixed the Mr. and Mrs. Joel C. Page Observe 60th Wedding Anniversary, Melrose, Mass., Sept. 16. Sixty years of married life were rounded out yester day by Mr. and Mrs. Joel C Page, 134 inton street, who received congratula lions from numerous friends. Because of Mr. Page's illness for tlui'last few days no formal observance was made, Mr. and Mrs. Page were married in Montpelier, Vt, Sept. 15, 1855, by Rev Alonzo ebster of the Montpelier Meth s machine. AUTO WAS HURLED DOWN BANK BY TRAIN Dr. and Mrs. Justin N. Rogers of Pat ten, Me., Killed When Maine Central Train Struck Tbeir Machine. N0RCR0SS TURNED OVER. To Washington County Officials for Au tomobile Deal. St. Johnsburv, Sept. lo Sheriff W. If. Worthen yeterdy surrendered to Washington county ollicial at Montpel ier Irving A. Noreroee whom he arrested Tuesday in Manchester, , H. Accord ng to the sheriff, .Nor cross lias been mixed up in several deals, chief among them being the purchase of an automo bile in Washington county for which he turned in a farm as part payment, m investigation the farm, it i alleged, wa found to belong to aome one elae. Xorrroea was in Jail here lat winter on a civil charge and wa released on lm bail, furmhed by Samuel Thomas of Hardwiik. His bondnmaa surrendered im and the sheriff arretted him in Man chester where be wa working and where in ife and children live. The man it 47 year old. odist church. They have lived in thi city 27 years, previously having live in Boston and Cambridge, They hav two children, Mrs. Levi N. Frost of th city and Mrs. K. W. Cobb of Swamp scott. Mr. Page waa a shoe salesman and be fore his retirement from business 10 years ago had been a retail salesman for more than half a century. For 25 years he wis employed bv a Newbury Hore Ran Away and Burlineton Man Prt concern. He is believed to have oern me urn anoe salesman io c Farmington, Me., Sept. 18. Dr. Jus tin X. Rogers, until recently a dentist at Patten, and his wife were killed to day when their automobile was 'struck on a crossing by a Maine Central pas senger train. The machine was thrown! over an embankment, falling forty feet.) "AUTO BUMPED CARRIAGE. ORDER TO ELECTRIC CO. JULIA SCOTT. Ta Furnish Contianoas and Adequate Service ta Cmtomert. DrattleUfw. Sept. ). T public rK vmniiaioi yeterdy ianned an Tier compelling the Rrejrete Light and Power company to fvtrnish eont imui nd adequate ele. trie power to cuMosa- er of the company. Thi order foii a petition of gre' l tnaaufaetareta. raMomera of the mm party, who rla'med t!t they had equipped their f latita for elettric power at the aoluntatinn of the potter mmpanr and that t!e rmpany had fatted tn fur Bh rt!t inavnt ad l'jte jmrr. LOST ARM AT ELBOW. Sustained Broken Rib. Middlebury, Sept. 16. Joseph Douglas of Burlington received a broken rib and probably other injuries yesterday aft ernoon when the carriage in which he was riding with F. J. Rrowe was struck by an automobile, the horse running away. Mr. Browe escaped with a tere shaking up and a few acratcW. The accident occurred when Mr. Douglas and Mr. Broae were returning to the Browe home on Chipmaa hill. It ia said that the automobile a going at a rapid rate of speed when it hit the hub of one of the forward wheel. The auomobilist did not atop. Mr. Browe called up Deputy Sheriff X. J, Sanford from the home of Frank Steam and the heriff promptly tele phoned ahead of the automobile, getting the numlier. 3P,ff4, Maachuett. The automobile was stopped and the name of the occupant were given aa Mr. and Mrs. tbeelok. They claimed to know nothing of the accident and were al lowed to go on. The carriage was com pletely reeled. Wefl K - Barre People Caited ta Meniere Lat Irenirg. At the 1e-4.!it.f MHm4i.-t -rxwfe nm t - lrM lrt fxntiij. t he r"" f.t I. e.?t, ... ,tn f at the e44ry ' X)- nti -tf ej J1tr-mg m fv-rtt Ja'ian f fl- mfi 't'r-niUt aff'-f-e.. t ewi I.., J FsrJey Oritt, 23, f Wrt Inettsarg Cat It Cacget i Ensilage Cattet. Vet l'ivMj'r. Vj't 1 fUW rtt. ard 2 jr, kia Wt arm Hn rt waa firl-t ttjiy a'tT im im am ew 'r oitet. the arm 'Tg a-ere4 t te I 'W-w fie at ?k tr hm tih,y,t. p. Nttt, and i4 lt "rfa'ted t e-rt-r W t m Home v J.i hand W ee;-M.. ewe (e-'Tjr wf lie p. l tH h rw ViitB- AUTO ROLLED DOWN BANC And Fred D. Kersey was Instantly Killed Near Ftanconia, N. R. Franrrmia, V. II, Sept. 16-Fred D Her er, fS. of Melvin illre, in. tnt!y killed here tact night when the touring rar in which lie riding turned turtle oyer a polvrrt. fl. H-rner. fwier and driver r-f the ear. B. T. St-le ard three" women, all of Melia yiilape, nthet paefigrs, e eaped aerioos injury. the ear waa eMi tle fiale river ctate road a Vntt ft tnile from Twin rrn tain and atemptd to ryoa a n all ml vi-rt at the mw time taming rt for a ainatb ear that paed, aerord.ng t the fimy t!1. j 7e ear -re4. tarwed t'tle and rolled down the ! f ' t elatilmwt. Her ey wt a'.nwt atr w h.le the tlrr were a! fitly luiaed. II shoeii to the retail trade from samples. for many years Mr. Page was cronii nent in the Republican party, bavin cast hia first presidential vote for John C. Fremont in IS.ifl. He formerly wa chairman of the Republican committee here eeversl vears and served as alder man four terms. He has been a Mason since) 108, when lie joined Montlier Ms. He i a memler of Wyoming lodge, A. F. 4 A. M., Waverly chapter, Huph de ravens commsnderr, K. T. Mrs. Page was born in Sutton, Vt and was formerly a member of the Mel rose Woman' club and i nw a mem ber of the Melrose . C. T. C. Her maiden name was Adeline L. Biclford. JURY IN SHIRTSLEEVES. In Judge Fish Makes Unusual Ruling Windham County Tribunal Xefane, Sept. IR. An incident in the county court here veaterday noon is without parallel in that court o far as the attorney at preaent prailicing there are aware. v hen the time came for the noon rerra. Jurfge Frank L. Fih. who ia a man of considerable dignity. tate4 from the hen. h : "Well, getith-meti. 1 thir.k there will lie no diiMM'titirg .pinio?i from any f you hen I any fi.'t tl ia ha hi en an nansua'ly hot fnren'"n and thst it i likely to 1 better this afternoon. If any of the g rt 1 m--n f the jury or any other to fcppear a'ter dinm-r with out coat, the court ill male H fb jeyimna" A reamlt rer ma in tlie eoo-t mom yeaterday eM-m'n in Ih l.rtle e ejt 'o I ih. ACCOUNTS SETTLED. SECOND VICTIM OF CRASH. Per rival Ssr- r't 4 a y4ey i-t .bnm in y . j t t-rr -wt t , MfNeal, Drrret, catr.W t Wtanda. I.a-ra. Va.. -rt I. P.ma ?we rd ta ml mt rofl'i'm at ,M!ait Toe- eir rt'l eBe4 Wt V t ty at the lyrva hwj tl H I'e-:'l Mel. IV drm tf erne f th e.. Wn, ,Ajr I m-t:ie. a ferif. rwi hd t .r -eTT. In Were rtabae Ceart T Cases Clwd T-dy. In fn-itt rwirt t ' m"e i t . T. ' Vy a-n:ff en4 A Burle KllW-l t.r a'-r'-nrt e"trt"- f t "e U -t m ,." aa ttamei,t i l .anna V n. U'f "f !tr ff "Wy V ti.ie !, fl. I --mrft m a 'I"! t e e1 '4 aw-r I'--;h, li r-r'. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Montpelier & Wells River railroad and the Barre & Chelsea Rail road Co., held in Barre this forenoon, the following directors were unanimously re-elected: James H. Hustis of Winches ter, Mass., Harley E. Folsom of Lyndon ville, William J. Hobbs of Maiden, Mass., William B. C. Stickney of Rutland and James W. Brock of Montpelier. Following the stockholders' meeting, the directors held an organization meet ing and elected the following officers: J. H. Hustis, president; H. E. Folsom, vice-president; J. G. Farwell, clerk and treasurer; Herbert E. Fisher of Boston, assistant treasurer; W. J. Hobbs, comp troller; Arthur B. XicfTols of Boston, as sistant clerk. After the meetings of the two rail road companies, Pres. Hustis, with other officials of his railroad properties, met Pres. E. C. Smith of the Central Ver mont Railway Co., who had come to Barre in his private car, and they went over together a proposition for a local development which hag been under con sideration for some time and which was the basis for a conference with local : men a ahort time ago. On the conclu sion of the conference Pres. Smith made the statement that the prospect was favorable, as he found the officials of the other two railroads ready to co operate. Inspected Trotting Park. A special train, the St, Lawrence, en route from St. Albans to New London, ' Conn., stopped at the Barre station and the Central Vermont officials crossed tho square and entrained with the Boston & Maine officers for a trip through the Montpelier & Wells River and Barre A. Chelsea railroad yards. Engine No. 14 of the Montpelier & Wells River road carried the official party to the south. end, where a halt was made long enough to allow the officials to look over the Granite City driving park, purchased sometime ago by the Grand Trunk sys tem. Nothing authoritative regarding the visit of the officials was given out until Pres. Smith made his statement near noon to-day. After inspecting the park the officials returned to Depot square, the St. Lawrence, in charge of Conductor Emery, was gotten under way and the special inspection trip to Xew London was resumed. In the official party representing the Central Vermont railroad were: Pres. E. C. Smith, John E. Maun, superin tendent, and secretary to the president; Edward Deschenea, traveling auditor; M. McGiff, superintendent of telegraphy, and J. M. Morrison, chief engineer. The St. Lawrence left Barre for New .Lon don near noon. BOYS AND SHOTGUN SHELL. One Touched Mate, and "Swish" It Went Narrow Escape for One Boy. A youngster dubbed "Jeano" bv stu dents st the Summer street school, came to the morning session to-day with a shotgun shell which he bad picked up no one knows where. With a full grown shell in his possession, "Jeano" aroused the enty of iiia schoolmate and when the vounc fellow- boldly beiran riittinir away the cap and emptying powder and bird shot on the sidewslk their admira tion was boundlc. With a lighted match in his hand, ".leano" ignited the powder. Joseph n!e, a. year-old son of Mr. and Mr. Frank Canale of West street, more eager than the rest of hi comrade to learn the probable result, stooped over the train of powder, and hen the eploion came the boy was all but blinded. Terrified achoolbov summoned their teacher and young Ca nale waa taken to hi home. Ih F. X. I. Archamhault. who wa mrrieilly summoned, advanced the theory hat aomething clowlv akin to a miracle must he intervened to ae the lad' sight. The forehead. tie and eye brow wete badly humed, lmt o far as i-areful eiaromation would reveal, the lort was unaffected. Canle, ir wa niit t tied, where he auffered a good deal of pain dnrinir the forenoon. 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