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VOL. XIX-NO. 195. HAKKK, VERMONT, MONDAY, NOVHMHKIl 1, , 1915. P1UCE, ONE CENT. TH E B AMMM DAILY S STILL RETREAT IN GOOD ORDER Serbians Are Retiring to a New Line of Defenses Further South , BRITISH JOINED IN BATTLE GRIP A FRENCH OUTPOST REPULSED BULGARS Greek Military . Critics Say- Serbian Army's Position Is Not Desperate The Bulgarian war office reported to day the continuation of pursuit of the Serbians along the whole front, consid erate progress having been made in the direction of Nish. Repulse of a Serbian counter-attack in the upper Morava re gion is claimed. Bulgarian troops attacked a French advance post on the iver Vardar near Ivrivolak in southern hernia, mit were obliged to retire after sustaining heavy losses, a Salomki dispatch states, ac cording to an Athens dispatch to a Paris news agency, the recapture of veies in southern Serbia by the Bulgarians is officially confirmed. Turkish reservists who had been en gaged on the Oallipoli peninsula have been sent to Bulgarian Thrace, according to a report from Constantinople. Creek military circles, Athens advices state, believe that while the position of the Serbian army is difficult it is not desperate." The campaign is developing as expected by Greek experts, with the Bulgarians trying out the Serbian north ern army which is endeavoring to retreat in pood order to a new line of defenses. A Milan newspaper has received word from Bucharest that two-thirds of the generals on the Rumanian headquarters staff have declared in favor of entering the war on the side of the entente allies. Continued flchtins in the vicinity of Butte de Tahure in the Champagne dis trict, Trance, recently taken by the Oer mans, has not resulted in any material change, Tans says. Their Troops Are Now In the Trenches With Their Balkan Allies and Are Ready to Deliver Blows at Bulgarians. London, Jtov. 1, The British troops In the Balkans, whose movement have beeu kept secret since they poured into Sa loniki prepared to rush through fireece to the, assistance of Serbia, are now in the trenches with their Balkan allies at grips with Bulgaria just across the fron tier near Strumsitsa. though reports that the allies have taken this town apparently were unfounded, it is along this lower stretch of the front that the Bulgarians are likely to receive the first hard blows from their opponents. From Lskup north to the Danube, the Bulgnrian offensive hag made such prog ress that it seems out of the question for the Serbians to do much more than fight rear guard actions for the present. CHINA REJECTS PROPOSAL For Postponement of Deci , sion as to Re-establishment of Monarchy WESTON WELLS. Wedding Took Place Place at Bride's Home in Burlington, Burlington, Nov. 1. The wedding of Aden K. Weston of Rutland, a former resident of .Burlington, and Miss Myr tie Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walluce B. Wells of 137 Mansfield av enue, took place Saturday morning at ten o cicck at the home of the bride parents. The Rev. George W. Daven port, rector of St. Paul's, performed the ceremony. I lie house was decorated wwith palms, feraa, and pink and white chrys anthemums. There were no attendants. The ceremony was witnessed by the two families and intimate friends. The bride wore a gown of white silk taf fcta and chiffon, trimmed with bride roses. Her traveling dress wan) of brown broadcloth. Following the cere mony a buffet' lunch was served by Mrs. Walter Weston, Mrs. E. L. Tracy of Brattleboro, Mrs. Frank Wheeler of Plamtield, Mrs. Frank Weston of Wi- nooski and Mrs. Oscar B. Wells of this city. Mr. arid Mrs. Weston left at noon on a wedding trip to Boston. They will reside at Olmstead place, Rut land, where Mr. Weston is a. member of the Rutland Manufacturing com pany, lie formerly was associated with SAYS THE MATTER RESTS WITH PEOPLE Japan, Great Britain and Russia Had Made the Request Peking, Nov. 1. The Chinese govern ment to-day rejected the proposals of Japan, Great Britain and Russia for a postponement of a decision whether ft monarchial form of government is to be re-established. The decision of the gov ernment was made known by Tsao Yu lin, vice minister of foreign affairs, whose communication was verbal, as were the representations of the three powers. isno xulin said the decision concern ing the change in the form of the govern ment was wholly in the hands of the people and, therefore, it would be im possible to adopt the suggestion for a postponement. He said the government had been advised by provincial officials that they would be able to maintain tranquility m the event of the re-estab lishment of a monarchy. END OF TEACHERS' CONVENTION. Edwin L. Ingallg of Burlington Elected President. Rutland, Npv. 1. The closing session of the flfith annual contention of the Ver mont State Teachers' association was A. I. Lawrence of this city. Mrs. Wes-'held in the assembly hall of the high .... ... J i , . i i t.'ii: a. j KING GEORGE SHOWS MORE IMPROVEMENT British Ruler Had a "Better Night," Ac cording to the Official Statement Made To-day. -London, Nov. 1. The condition of King George, who was injured Thurs day by a fall from a horse, continues to Improve, according to his physician's statement to-day, which says: "Im provement in the condition of the king continues. His majesty had a better night." ton is a trained nurse. There many beautiful wedding gifts. wjr WIDOW GETS $8,916. Her Husband Wat Killed By Dangling Light Wires. Rutland, Nov. 1. Mrs. Saline Ray-, mond of this city was awarded damages of. $8,910 from the Rutland Railway, Light & Power company by a jury in Rutland county court Saturday, because of the accidental electrocution of her husband while he was walking by her side on the streets of Rutland last Jan uary. Mr. Raymond came in contact BOMBARDMENT OF NISH FORTS Bulgarian Artillery Has Begun Attack on the Exterior Forts, According to Sofia Dispatch. Berlin, via wireless, Nov. 1, Bulga rian artillery that has advanced from Kniazevac and l'irot has begun the bom bardment of the exterior forts of X'ish, according to a dispatch from Sofia, giv en out to-day by the Overseas agency. with two live wires which dangled from an arc light. Mrs Raymond sued un der a neiiliirenee action, claiming that miuee. u. u. jiarrison or lliiKtletiury, school building Saturday morning, officers being elected and two addresses being dc livered, one by Miss Lucy A. Yewlca of New York City on "Story Telling," and the other by Prof. James h. MeConaughty of Dartmouth college. The convention, which has been attended by l,5()o teach ers, over 100 more than ever registered at a similar gathering, was officially closed at 10:13 o'clock, a majority of the teachers leaving the city on the morn ing trains. Many had left on Friday night. The following officers were el"cted: President, Edwin L. Ingall of Burling ton; vice-president. Miss Alberta Beeman of St. Albans; secretary. Miss Etta M. Franklin of this city; treasurer, E. A. Hamilton of .Newport; executive -com- BRAVED REVOLVER, CAPTURED YEGG Burlington Policeman Showed Consider able Nerve in Capturing Intruder in B, Turk Store Last Evening Man Was Discovered by the Store Manager. Burlington, Nov. 1. One of the mos daring burglaries ever attempted in Bur lington was made at B. Turk & Brothers' store, early lust evening by a man who gave his name as Frank Raymond. Good judgment used by S. S. Richold, manager ot the store, and effective and quick ac tion by Officer Dennis Brodie, who worked in the face of the burglar's revolvers, re suited in the yeggman's capture while be was in the store, to which lie gained ad mitlnnce through a sky-light. the capture of Kaymond mav be the solution of two other similar affairs, an attempt to enter Wiles & Perry's store some tune friday night or Saturday morning and the entering of John O'Neil's saloon on Battery street Saturday night, though Kaymond claims to not have ar rived in Burlington until early Sunday morning. ;: Mr. Richold heard a noise coming from the sky-light over his private office and discovered a man who was trying to re move the glass. Then he saw the man's legs 'come- through the opening. Mr. Richold slipped out of the front door and notified Officers Dennis Brodie and Wil- liam Hauley. ; Officer Brodie went into the store by the rear entrance and sur prised Raymond, who was at the cash drawer. The burglar thrust his revolver in the policeman's face but the officer twisted the weapon out of Raymond's hand and placed the man under arrest. Alleged Accomplice Attested. Burlington, Nov. 1. Joseph Nash of Albany, N. Y., was arrested here by the police to-day as an accomplice of Edward O'Malley, alias Prank Raymond, who was apprehended Ias,t night while burglariz ing Turk's clothing store. O'Malley claims Nash is his pal. TEACHER DIED OF WOUNDS Miss Florence M. Greeley Run Over by Team at Franklin, N. H. HORSE WAS DRIVEN BY A WOMAN She Was Unable to Manage Animal and Shrieked in Vain sin OVERTURNED AUTO INJURED TWO BADLY Driver Turned Out to Avoid Bad Place in Road and Machine Skidded. Two Men May Have Concussion of Brain. Vergennea, Not. 1. John Daigneault, ageu ana nis son-in-law, uuver t;ar ron, both of Kerrisburg, were seriously and perhaps fatally injured in an auto mobile accident here at 0 o'clock last evening. The two men, accompanied by Foster Daigneault, son of the injured man, and Foster Young, were on their way from Ferrisburg to Vergennes. They hud reached a point about one mile from this city when (iarron, who was at the wheel, turned out sharply to avoid a had spot in the road. The machine skidded Franklin, N. II., Nov. 1. Florence M. Greeley, a school teacher here for 35 years, died in the hospital to-day as a esu.lt of injuries received yesterday when le was run over by a carriage on her way to church. Miss ureeley was Sa years old. Miss Greeley had reached the intersec tion of School and Franklin streets, less than 10 rods from her home, when a team from the Manuel farm containing Miss Ida .Manuel and Miss Klhe Tucker coming down from the steep School street hill ran into her at the crossing. Mis Tucker, who was formerly a teacher in the Franklin high school, where Miss Manuel now teaches, was driving, and was unable to control the horse when approaching the crossing. Miss Manuel and Miss Tucker both shouted to Miss Greeley to warn her of the danger but she was unable to avoi the mishap. She was knocked down and the carriage wheels passed over her head She was taken to a nearby house and a hurry call sent for doctors, bringing Doc tors Woodman, Smith and Adams. MANY MACCABEES ARE EXPECTED Three Days' State Rally Will Be Started in Montpelier City Hall Tuesday After noonFine Program Is Prepared. Between four and five hundred mem bers of the Woman's Benefit association of the Maccabees are expected to gather in Montpelier Tuesday afternoon for the three days' state rally, the third annual to be held in Vermont, and to meet their supervising officer, Miss Rose Millier of Providence, R. I., deputy supreme com mander. The rally opens at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon in the city hall auditorium, and the visitors fronvt f hroiiirhnof. the stnfn mav esrrv home . ............... ....... -- --- V impressions or Montpelier, as a signi- SHOT HIMSELF THROUGH NECK William R. Strickland, Once Prominent in North Dux bury, Died To-day WAS c ,0 , INDENT ER ILL HEALTH jb Friends and Relatives Had Visitors are expected from Waterbury Burlington Northneld, Rutland, bt. AI bans, St. Johnsbury, Winooski and Barre, and prizes of $10 will be offered to the review bringing the largest dele gation, presenting the largest class, and a silver sword to the guard presenting Been Careful to Keep the Means of Death Away FUNERAL OF EX-GOV. STEWART, Service Wat Attended By Many Dis tinguished Men Middlebury,' Nov. 1. The funersl of Ex-Governor John Woleott Stewart, whose death occurred suddenly Friday afternoon, was held yesterday afternoon at two o clock at the Congregational hurch, attended by a large gather ing, among those present being many distinguished men of the state. The faculty and students of Middlebury college attended in a body. President John M. Thomas of Middle bury college opened the service with read the defendant did not properly safe guard the public in that its appliances for holding lights in place were faulty. BLANCHE WALSH DEAD. Famous Actress Returned to Stage Too Soon After Operation. Cleveland, Nov. 1. Blanche Walsh, Miss Margnret Kellcv of Derby, K. F. Green of Richford; directors for three years. Miss Caroline S. Woodruff, Miss Rose Lucia of Montpelier, James C. Walk er of Vergennes; directors for one year. Miss Eliza Allen of Lyndon, J. H. Fuller of Kurd wick in place of E. F. Green, re signed. The following honorary members were elected: Theodore N. Vail of l.vndon- the well-known actress, died laht night ! ville, I'nited States Senstor Carroll S. in a hospital, where she was taken two i Page of Hyde Park. Gov. Charles W. weeks ago for an illness which required 'Gate of Franklin, Miss T.ucv Wheelock nn operation. Miss Walsh s relusal to of Huston, Miss Helen M. W mslow of disappoint an audience caused a relapse Boston, Arthur W. Kdson of New York. from which she died. After she went Miss r.mily Dutton Proctor of Proctor. under the knife she insisted on keep urt vmiir, I'liiiiiliK us ocvill'Sllts I . , - . - . . . beneath It. L. E. Avery of Vergennes bJ Fi, 15r'n"J' 'P"1 Resident happened-ln n after the accident0' V" 1 "t f .- l m, -i.u. n-,i ... . -.j I A. Lancaster, pastor of the church, sua vim a 4'aiunrfliiiv n e irill'iiru GERMANS GAINED ONE POINT. But Were Thrown Back in Places, Says the French Report. Paris, Nov. 1. German troops in im portant manses made a thoroughly or ganized attack Saturday night along a front of nearly five miles in the Cham gne district and were subjected to a serious rtm-k with heavy Iom, the French war offi announced yesterday. It is aMrted that the assaulting forces were hurled bak along the entire front of the t1k, etUnding the victiity of Hill No. 1U5 to the ition of "U tViunine' except that they succeeded in reaching the summit of Butte de Ta- ! spite f the igor of tie attack I and the extreme ferocity of the assail snta. the enemy was sgam subjected lo a serious decimated by uur fire upon the luire. The la lenient reada: "1 lie esemjr bombardment reported lat tiirlit in the Clianifwgne developed with great xiolc on a front ot about eicl t kilometers (a Unit lite mile: Wiri'lrd liv the woods tm the side of H,!l No. US. Butte rie Tahure. the i!lge f Tahure, and the trettcben tt Die aoiith as far as and including the orka t4 '! t flimiiw. 7'l.ia preparation foltWM a)ne ti.ia entire frHit y a thnttnxgYAr rcmneJ attak tiy im irtan( iaw of infattrv, formed in ing an engagement at Youngstown, Ohio, where she collapsed and was brought back to the hospital here. In private life she wss Mrs. Wm. H. Traverse. VERM0NTER GAINED DISTINCTION. Was For Many Years Only Democrat Elected to Vermont Senate. Providence, Nov. 1. James Grsy Pow ell of Richford, Vt., who wss for severs! years the only Democrat elected to the Vermont Senate, died here yesterday. He wss 06 years of sge. MONTPELIER BOY CAPTAIN. in to the house of Dr. V. W. Waterman. He was found to hsve sustained a com pound fracture of the leg, was badly rut about the head and there were some indi cations of concussion of the brain. (iarron was taken to the home of Dr. Edward Pilon. -It is feared he, too, suf fered concussion of the brain. He was badly cut sround the temple, eye and forehead. The injured men were later taken to their homes in Ferrisburg. I lie other members of the party were badly shaken up, but escaped 'injury. The rar, a Ford, wss badly wrecked. TRIED TO HIDE CRIME. DATE NEARLY DISCLOSED. Wilson-Gait Wedding Will Take Place Late in December. xhool in an sthletie way in, the Went, hss named Harry Williams of Montpel ier, Vt., captain of the fourth eleven as a result of hi showing in the high school schedule which his team rsn on this year. The Keewatin football teams have on every csme rdaved in three yesrs Autoists Are Alleged To Have Hurled Body Into Stream, i West Bridgewater, Mass., Nov. I. After running down and killing instantly William McFadden, 3!t, a farm hand, early jenterdny afternoon, the itnidenti- lied (HcniMtnts of a red touring car ragged the body ! feet to a bridge Washington, I). (., Nov. 1. It was formally snnounced to day st the White Hoime that the marrisge of President , Florida after 1ntma and idav foot Wilson and Mrs. Norman Gait will take , ball alt winter in the NintU. place near the cloae of Ilocenilwr snd will be private st Mr. islt s home. DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL. WANT REV. A. M. SMITH. Universalist People at WiUiamstowa Tender Him a Call W'lllianiMnwii. Nov. I. At a 'nli meeting of tiie I internalist society st anti-alien labor law i tn-dav 4 1 !' it was vote.J to extend in- declared nneoliMit'itHHial hy tlie I'nited SUt- siireme court. Anson's Aatl-alica Labor Law So Des ignated by Supreme Cosrt, Wsshincton, I). C. Nov. I The Ari Harry Williams Gains Distinction Athletics in Wisconsin SchooL Priirie Ihi Chicn, Wis, Nov. 1. Ke waten academy, the grestest little prep . - t I : 'il.t...: . t i . I 'I snd threw the body into a stream near Hockamock swamp. They then sped away unmolested. One hour later the ImkIv wa discovered. The death dealing automobile is lieing sought by the polu-e of this and surround ing towns who might hate tsken up the except Strainst college teams and bate'! , , , i i.- . . ." 7 been a ouetion as to proper polu juris- msde good showing spainst the D, l.ii.tion team. The school maintains four foot- 1 -r -.I.,,. i , ,uN,im m mi i n hia automobile discovered the body. He obwrted sjx'ta of blood near what ia known as Mini Milk lirnlg and saw msiks in theasnd where body bad hrrn draped a ,li"tn-e of !M fet. Iinking ever t lie bridge be uv M Fadden's bly It ing artty submerge m j w ater. Mr. Pratt latened to the home of Mi chael (outline'1'" on tlie Scotland road, and telephoned t the Ta tin ton police, who informed him that the rase was mt within their juridntion. ball teams, esch With a definite sched ule. There is a first atring a'juad of The entire school i (ranferred to TALK QF THE TOWN Frimria of Mi Ortrnle M'lie of tititiirw to Rev. Ah in II. Nniith to In come patr. The clmnh has been witti it a pat'r etTal years. Mr. m i a native of thi town and a graduate of t,d lard -snitiaty. Itarre. and of t. I-arence unitertity. Canton. X. Y. Hia firt irkh waa in this town and itm in tlie man frt from trtK.fx rntlif ! Mai te I. rote lre w kn baa hern ill wit h itttire rn eit-ril "iiiitr baa lmn Jrii't,t up from the l!iian front. I typhoid, w i! lie glad tfl learn ttist she i;Xinmt i'k the e.-e;,m of one . tlijl, tartet. Stle Attnrnev (.teg. TRYING GASELLI CASE. Barre Man Accused of Beating Up An other in Labor Trouble. After the ca of atate . R. M. Har ley, sllcped weiiii of nrt trout, waa gnew t the jury in Washington county "nirt at Mootpelof tlm f'wennoii at II o'il'k. tHe caae of fte x. Pietm lirelii. Sloped ai!t with ill -pi n closed the service. Music was by the double male quartet from the Memorial llaptist church, led by lr. U. W Cunningham, director.' "Nearer, My God, to Thee, one of the favorite hymns of ex-Governor Stewart, and "Jesus, Iover of My Soul", were sung. Mrs. G. E. Minor presided st the organ. The honorary pallbearers were; Sen ator Carroll S. Page of Hyde Park, Senator William P. lh'llingham of Wat erbury, Governor Charles W. Gates, State Tressurer , Walter F. Scott, of Brandon, ea-Governor John A Mead of Rutland, Congressman Frank L. Greene of St. Albans, the Hon. rrank C. Car tridge of lroctor, the Hon. Robert Rob erts and the Hon. Charles P. Smith of Burlington, Judge John E. Weeks and John A. Fletcher of Middlebury. The bearers were: Philip H. Stewart of Colorado Springs, son of ei-Governor Stew sit, John W. Ntew srt, grsndson of the deccsoed, Chsrles M. Swift of Mid dlebury, son-in-law, Warner Pott of Shclburne. John A. Stewart of Middle bury and Samuel S. Swift of Middle bury, the two latter being nephews oj ex-lrtMcriior Stewart. Among those from swsy who at tended tlie service were: Roger W. Hulburd of Hyde Psrk; L. II. Lewis of Hide Psrk; Percitsl Wild and Miss F.liMlieth Wilds of New York; Hall r. M'H"u Hough. Mr. John B. MauHough and Mr. T. t . Turner and rrederi. k it. Jennings., all of Bennington; Carl II. Hiuaman f Rutlsntj Mrs. Freeman of Albany; Mra, Bancroft of Ithaca. X. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson W. Flske of Lie La Motte. Burial was in the fsmily lot in the West cemetery. Wnterburv. Nov. 1 Desnit.o the urnfeh. the best guard work. The entire ritual fulness of his relatives and friends, who will be exemplified by the several re- bad feared such an act, William R. Strkk views and their guards. land, once a prominent man of North Tuesday afternoon the rally will open Duxburv, shot himself at an early hour with Miss Millier presiding, and it is ex- this morning, using a shotirun. and in- pected that Mayor J.. M. Uoutwell or dieting a wound in the neck which mush Dr. U. A. Flint of the Hoard of Trade have brought death very soon. His body will - welcome the visitors present. An wag found at 6:15 o'clock by Frank Lew informal reception will be held during is, who lives in another tenement in tho the afternoon, to which the Montpelier j same house and who went to call his son, Woman's club is invited. who had a room in the Strickland part of The initiation work will be taken up the house. in the evening, and a class of at least 73 I Some time ago Mr. Strickland is said candidates is expected to work upon. to have procured poison and at another W ednesday evening a public met-ting is time is said to have gained possession or to be held and among the invited guests a gun. Since then those with him have are Gov. C. W. Gates, Senator W. P. be.cn careful to keep all poison and am- Dillingham, Mayor Uoutwell, Represen- munition out of his way, although tho tative H. M. Farnham. Secretary Flint shotgun was not secreted as it was be- of the Board of Trade. The 1 II. Iiaine lieyed he could not obtain any cartridges, quartet will give several selections dur- It i now thought that he must have had ing the evening. tne single shotgun shell in his possession Mrs. Eva L. McNett, supreme past ior some time. commander and deputy Biipreme com- Strangely enough, no one in the house mander of New York, will also play an waB aroused by the sound of the shot, Important part in the rally and will although Miss Lena Hawkins, Mr. Strick- join with Miss Millier in assisting to j ' who had been caring for make the meeting a memorable one. A 1 1" rwy man, recans tnai sne neara drill exhibition between five picked 80mc so"nl "nt was not sulhcientty teams, Montpelier, two from Burling- awakened to teel the need for investiga- ton, St. Albans and Swanton for a silver "on t'nKing n was some article anous sword will take place Wednesday even- th? t house falling from its position. I Wliitn tltA lu-i.l i- u a ffi,,it Xft. Taut!, e l:Krt,l t- It- II i t tu m Thursday morning the eight-seeing trip " J'. " i . will be made, and the State House will ""j "lno aummonen ut. w.aweii be visited. It was intended to have the ""u , "A ' se'ect- trip made Wednesday forenoon, but it c"me- " "? "V""'"'0 '" 1 .. . nnimnn that tf waa aa rt smoi1a 1xa was thought best to make the change - for fear the delegates might become PonUait attmide of the man havin,? ; I UCT-u fkliuv II i viifni. flirts jia vt Kins, tlrPtl. I ...t i.a .1 u is Millirr and jlra, McNett arrived I. , , , . . j j . u- the city Saturday evening from l rov-1. , . ' . , c . , i I idence, R. I., where they attended the U. K( ... ... . s,Hond state rally of Rhode Island, the wMfh wnnM to d Mr meeting proving an exceptional sucess. strioj.,an(l, despondency was undoubted Montpelter members are preparing to ,, K ;f,.a. .. ,, open their home, to the visiting Maeca- Lffcrinfl frm .,,,. !' both feeti bees, and Mrs. Ida Gtiodwin, commander fw . imn,irA,. B:i .nn,4;.inn .ft of the Montpelier review, has the or- M M off , gsnizstion well in hand for the rally. Other state officers who are expected o attend are Mrs. Eva Perkins of Barre, state deputy; Mrs. Mertie Parker of Burlington, state deputy; Mrs. May Girard, Barre, state deputy. Mrs. Good win of Montpelier is also a state deputy as a contributing cause. The funeral will be held from his lata home Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. W illiam R. Strickland was born in Waterbury 84 years sgo last August. being the son of Oliver and 3bbie (Shel don 1 Strickland, lie was married ta Coincident with the state rally is the artha Klecta Colbv. who died in lftOO. ia.t mat oniy iwo wee ago ine corner They hd no children, and there are no stone of a new home office building for eer relatives surviving. Besides the- he association was laid in the city ot 'ort Huron, Mich. This building when ocmplcted will be the only women's building of its kind in the world. The sMiciation has a membership of nearly IM.lKMl and a reserve fund of marly 0,nsi,0OO, and the association is work ing to close the year with a membership of 2Ni,(sjo. AUTO DROPPED OVER BANK. Driver Injured About One Wrist in Ac cident Last Evening. A 1015 touring car, bearing the li cence number !.:-, went over a small embankment into a ditch near the resi dent of Riley Burgos on the Montpel-ii-r rosd last evening near fi o'clock. Tlie car was first licensed to Fred If. Chcnecv, but is said to hate been sold niece already mentioned, Mr. Strickland leaves other nieces and nephews, includ ing diaries Atherton of Essex, Willis Morse and Charles Hart of Waterbury. Mrs. John Batchelder of Northfield and others in the West. He had lived half century on the place where he died. In tow n affairs Mr. Strickland had been quite prominent, having served in thn offices of lister, selectman and road com missioner. He also was postmaster for some time. He formerly wss in partner ship with W, R. Elliott in the lumber business. LAVALEY-McGIXKESS, Marruft at West Fair lee and Reception Held ia Barre. TALK OF THE TOWN On account of a broken derrick at the Burke Bros, stone shed, tlie em ployes of that place were allowed to date the ilav otT to-tin!'. The break I , , ' 1,111 I. V ttm .-Fn U iHII', -.' .- - later t'.i lfcxlee Park, who ia alwi said i came Saturday morning, and it is es- t have been driving it last night from "ted that woik will be again resumed Barre to Montptlier st the time it left to-moiow morning. the highway. Xo one elw was in the , Fmma Vsnctti and louis Va car and Mr. Park escsped with a bruise neUi of vine str.-t r.turmd this morn on one wrist. wf jrm iin-ji,tfton, where thev bat The mishap occurred at a Jsiint where nitklDe , ,h1t vi. t. Mrs. Chre a driveway leads from the road to Mr. j Mar(1 .ubmitt.-d to an operation, Burg.-ss proy. At the enrmr there jt Vlr Vtfr yU.irher WI1it, in Bur- a sharp depression in the ground and 1 1,, Ut 'wi- k. ia much irnproied. bifore it reached a lower Ictel, tlie car,! The sign on out Main street, w nerw tlie repair work is lieing done, suffiTed some injury from the r'.ash of a Ford automobile jeterlay afternoon, fim driver, a woman, appeared n becoms confused and ocfnre t ie ma In oe was in leaving the highway. mut hste dropped at least rite feet. The car set tled on its side and there it lay when repair nun from the W. A. Wright gar age at the capital arrived to tow it down tlie mad this morning. At th 07 Summit U xu, fender and the front axle would nd Mrs. J- ! n- triirht-ninff before the car is sery- , iccable sgain. ttow on tlie rosd to reeorery. torate in Maine. He is i-t. of t's,i rowrvtnf asd J. Ward farter de- st I in this -niti t.tir f'oiit. sieee Aft ntilr in attain inf II nnm,t of the Butte le Tsbure.l Prin. O. K. Hl'is1er of f.ldrd semi- ; I nitersali-t bun h l t.-ri w !-re ele the siolsbly h-trr nsrv r-turfed -attirdy rrrttr,g f ra : t t i where tM frl.lme wss Mr-, Lot land, w bere lie I t-en alien litis t lie i It .4 I ! Vr . ,. L 1 . . ' .. . 1 . , . , ..... . . xe-n?prii eikf-i.irw, iie tTmana were rrwi . tiwismx t t pprmi emrT-! 'Yv.f'f i i,e intiiain lo ieifin,r tM'r i,f t.m.i.t 'r r-iilae4 snd tl.rnwsj tis, k . ' tne 1 erniof I f toiiiif Tle infv waa drawn aa f.flu : c. A l-tt of W srrew. Jos.-.h V. p.atehe ler f Tlainfietjt. .. T. sn.th of Beie Toss DRIVER MISTOOK THE ROAD. A wedding reception was held Satur ilcy evening at the bonie of Mr. and Mrs. Z. O. Imhert of street in honor of Mr. s j !i LaisU-i wbo. oiarriage to-k place at West Isuk-e on I rtol-r ?. Mrs. Imhrrt is an aunt of the bride, whose maiden nsswe was St I la May M,in- of eiline. 1 lie marriage c re mmir waa performed by Willism I'auV B-th the i mg -elVe are ln.iov a-.-te-med in Barre, tbe s"e-m heing a resident of tins city and Is ing enj l-tei t Jones Bros, fas ls t. At the r pt tli iide were let we.iine r""S f shsdi-w lai-e over h' . -ft. ..i.,.. "Tl. a...4'L.. mm m . . . - .1...4 Ir M.s FW lamleit j West 1U.,:,. alt li oVUk last tew-j Wright garage this sff.-moon it was said stopped it bad hit the wooden piece a. raloer nam mow. iiin ncaa ihhi -n tlie -ar were br Irs and the mudguards somewhat jammed. X otlw-r injury was Fori Automobile with Five Ocmpants Tifpei Om, of a high- Tbe driver tnitakirtfr a atrip le lge abl;gcle the ft 4 for t he dooe .nd 'alter rcadiu'tmf th siirn .t thev n-iitl the party resumed tlie jourwy toward Montrler. Tl'e ewtertainmetit and h social giv en bv the ladle' anti'iary to the Mij'f U A. Abbott carep. No. 14. Vt. t,. was w:i atten.lel. 1 h committee w isli ! ,thak all who tok frt rs te pr-i-am, iwl-Kh waa we'J r-rier-d bv the fo'low- wal. it is b;,. te.l. a V"tA antomob.l- "' Ine: lafw sol n.. cteriH. with 4rS tHe r.it rat i.i wnmW. t r j-d'v''" '" lr-t-e .suti,w-r: ri oter tl the XorUtU rosd. t,nh .f!tUn. Melts XLer-i-sos : "K . : Lcrtrti le llol ten; rH i'f . Mr. f,'.,ine; sit. fieri Ka II-" - ; rwstatwn. Ml I e. i. ra as- 1. ..1.1 . .1 s .n..,ji f si,,l l.. ..t 1 li.n.1... n li.l ins-ir lreye-s, J hey V-' sipost t be j e-si -n. IsrtiK-ot a..?e rtattoti r Vana.stn.g W j ' land f I ns. faroS4 1 tsnsnpsoti .f U e ee,itel many mstilsl frewit. - . - . . (fare! ( .art h.-r istftds sU1s; r4- sce of the strttftt nemW i M - - t4laM. who n . w. b-ved ' ,rt sod sv-W't ttl-S I. is former Tee W arr.. Wms lv-f tT ..f V mlnirt. M 'sod the groom re--i'.d a pur-e of saow j " " " "T'WI "" , r ;T, T.-1 s-n-wl s-,K -r1rwde of L-ie. jan eb-1-.-a! cr.-1 at tke W.-II. Urn ..4 ,,.,.. I U Vet of W ..-..,. W. 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