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mm FIFTEENTH YEAR NO. 1442 BENNINGTON, VTM TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1918 PRICE TWO CENTS A Farmer In From the East Road Today Said That Some of His Neighbors Have Begun Haying But He Is Waiting For a Thaw THE BANN FRENCH FIX NEW SEIUCILLS i rnniiT rnn nunnr rnnnrn GARAGE BURNS i iiir n urn oil (iiOi) . OF EIGHT MILES FOR BIO DRIVE Building Owned by Baseball Player Gardner Burned. Enosburg Fa'ls, July 8. The Enos burg Falls, Garage, owned by Larry Gardner, tho former Red Sox third baseman and now with the Philadel phia. Americans, was totally destroyed by tire last night. Five automobiles, one owned by Larry, were burned. The loss will cxrecd ?15,000. ISLAND OF 001 DEVASTATED Australians Make Further (laiiu Will Take Hoys of 16, 17 and 18 Against liuns. Years. IS CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF FAMILY REUNION Descendants of Peregrine White Met at Battlefield Park. Fifty-five members of the family, I descendants of Peregrine White, rep I resenting three generations, gathered jat Battlefield Park the 4th of July. the youngest piesent being tho 4 j weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram j. White. ! After tin banquet a business meet- ing was held followed by dancing. i ' I TliprB was recently an nrfl.ln In tl I - i , j . . . , London Tinea called "The Returr. of,c, i i i a 4 i Iiail me mnauuani3 Are iiesii-'the Mayflower" that says "The May- F EDS 0 MOSCOW MSI IS CRUSHED Win i i BLOODY LOSSES! I ! UN KM. SB TOOK EVER MAIL tute. flower, carrying 9S courageous souls, sailed out upon a trackless sea, for. conscience sake." It cume back, a! led. Government Charges Perjury in Former Statement. ITALIANS WIN A G A I N WANTS 1,000,000 James D. Purdy of Manchester is Out, For the Office. j ' Editor of. The Banner: I hereby; : announce that 1 am a candidate for Mmn,.nn "'W argosy, ready to take up thel oacoivo inn cmrnn ivn m ritci ' re 4 r?j?tTrr,n MORE; the oflice of sheriff of Bennington CROPS ARE DESTROY ED j great world struggle along side o(' ASSASSINS ARE SHIELDED DR. RUM ELY IS ARRESTED county nt the September Republican! the ollies also "for consclarue', . . - . . as to my (luauneations ror Allies Are in Expectancy of Another Recruits Going Taken From Factories German Offeneive They Are Whose Places Are. Filled By Pris- Calm But Alert. ; -rero and Foreigners. Been Taken to Feed Destitute. the sons In Moscow Germans May March on City. Government Alleged to. Have In vested $1,351,000 Continuing their aggresive defense in the face of the impending German The Hague, July 8. Field Mar ulin.ii von Hlndenburg has just called for 1,000,0(10 more men. Recruits are ao i I ' a) Kiiltn onensive hiuuS u.e being taken from the factories, andRFI) CROSS WOItKFUS iiui, ....... - lul. itin u-s are noun uy prisoners tacked the enemy southwest f Sols and foreigners, as well as with ex-! sons. Launching their blow irom the ! changed prisoners of war, contrary I .. .. ... ...1 ' to n'l fH'reementa pveriil crinrilnd ! eastern side of tbe Ketz roiesi, noun - - "7 ;' ReDort for Month of June Shows Cash i , " . ' h ' ........i .i... uti maun ineiiii rtpuw iiueu uoni ' ueiri;,rii utiu muni muici tai nam primary. As to my qualifications for Bake." In both cases the lioinir and the ottice, 1 am willing to let my long ;mmensa Damage Is Done Steps Have I the coming there was the same higii 1 Fears of Anarchy Endangering Per-: $100,000 Bail is , DemandedKaiser's motive, tne love of lioert) , justice, j and democracy. This family, who are Mayflower de scendants have already seven In j service as follows: Eugene L. White, I Washington July 19 The Island of ! lst- iA- Inf Ernest White, Paul! London, July 8. A formidable coun ,,', v, i White. Forrest White who are in i ter-revolutlon was attempted In Mos- Guam was devastated by a tyopoon, mnce Wa,do an(1 Km,(, Whlte w,!0;cow on Saturday at tne tlvrae of the as record us deputy sheriff speak for itseh'. I pledge my best endeavors for the' I good of the county, if 1 am elected, j 1 appreciate your courtesy, ! JanieM 1). Purdy. ; j Manchester, Vt., July 8. 1U18. ; ! July fi. Captain Roy Smith, governor ' of the Island and commandant of the MAKE GOOD SHOWING ' naval Htation, reported to day to the oi MJ iB rum, uib r m,u, KniIam) arp ow worU!ng in ,hc . vanced cner a front of BW'nwiniaiely . K VVork .here (.on(,ltlon8 are two miles, taking Chavihny turm and nIiaraUu,, , Tho K , the slopes to the north anj i.outh of , mans!o;i near Hmlney st i j it. Several hundred prisoner were ,,. , ,, - ( . , .1... 1. I r..,.l if ll- " u"ulnn' I ., ,., tM.iureu of iu num., ... uc. .-.. Millie every nerve is being strained; wemuersnips are ready to sail and Homer White ! sassinatlon of Count von Mirbach, the who goes Into the navy next monta. j German Ambassador, according to dis The officers of the association e!en-! patches received here today. These navv denarnient Half of the inhabl-! 10,1 'or a,U)ther 'ear nr" u c- White, dlepatches indicate that the outbreak 'unt' t ?S.i "jjj: l'Tku?Mte' fV,w-!WaTVUir8Hed WlAU Tch Ll00ds,le,, ,i.imv,i n.i much mat-Hal dam-1 president; K. H. White, secretary;! Tho Moscow outbreak was a "seri- In Treasury of $371.19 More Workers Wanted. Receipts ago done. Steps have been taken feed the destitute. to Fran); H. White, treasurer and W. R. White, historian. Mri. ons counter revolution," according to New York,' July 8. Assertions that Dr. Edward A. Kumely, publisher of the Evening Mail, p aced all his rec ords at the disposal of the department of justice during his personal visits to Washington, led to his bail being fixed at $35,000 instead of $50,000 us originally asked by the Federal Coun sel when Hun. fly was arraigned be fii'r V. S. Commissioner Hitchcock I June 1, Hal. on hand $ 2M.54 , RECEIVE WAR ORDER a Oerinan seml-otheial Wolff ltureau fin the rharte of t,orlury. The hear : telegram dated on Sunday from Mos-iinf, jn tno case, involving allegations ; cow, and transmitted to London by I ,?,, Mail is owned by the German den attack. This assault may be likened up close to finish the war this year, there i-. k. Knapp w.ire) HTH nlfiLiilv fl(l ifi t a (hflt fin. 1 f Hirf, ly with the recen offensive opera- ,8 ,,-, . or tho com,ng Mrs. Nottie nastinKs tton at St. Pierre Uigie and gives the j wfnter. Recruits of 1G. 17. and 18 are Mrs. S. Williams French a new front line from Long ; ,,, ..,,,,, f - , ,., Mra r,tl '"-"'M v. - V . v UUl ' V Willi 11 5 UIHC r I-( u. foKmonolitan Zanzibar. In the streets of Zanzibar one meets tho Exchange Telegraph Company's ! Government, was deferred two weeks Arabs from the North, nednte and tur- j '""ueui hi vopennagen. r igut-; . U. I ...!.... r..,..,olu 1nl.va '"S t'coi ocinil) iuuk uuueni uie i Xp YorK. JU1V 9. fcaw.nu rt. neLrws fr the mnl hind - natives or 8,rfei3 'twefen the "olBhevist troops ! Rumeiy. Vice President, Secretary S. ?8. n t e T1"ln",n,a' n,Bl'e" ;and Social Revolutionaries. ;.nfi nnhlh.her of the New York Even- Point north as far as the southern limits of Amblemy, a distance of al most eight miles. Australian troops holding positions astride the Somme river east of Amiens and north of Hamel have swept the Germans back over a front of over a mile and straightened out an awkward angle held by the Ger mans fcince the Australians and Americans carried their lines forward in their spirited attack on July 4. IJerlin mentions local attacks In the Clignon sector, which is held by American, and between the Marne and Rheims. Italian forces operating on the ex tremo left wing of the allied line in Albania have struck hard at Aus trian positions along the Voyusa (Vo jutiia) river, which flows iu'o iho Adriatic about "0 miles north of Av on the west front. These go singing i Mrs. K. O. Wager enthusiastically, but the older ones 'Mrs. J. G. McCullough are less joyful. ' Mis. Albert Bolles There are posters everywhere pie-j Miss Isabella Tomllnsnn turing captured machine guns, can-1 Miss Anna Laughlin non, and crowds of prisoners of war.) Miss Rose Harbour an:! the statistics of victories are 1 Mrs. E. J. Smith printed in large letters. Dr. W. E. Putnam ; Mrs. W, E. Putnam Everett Paddock John Varley tiED OF INJURIES i British Government. , t.,.., .!!.. Tn'... C Tli., TT I ' .l llll ,. 1, 11" I , ,1,11 1 O. J . wt... ,. .. .. , . ,.l J . . .. .... .. lO'itifiii nil hi nniito nveo nnn rioinefi r, i ... . . , ()0 , i lotnes i'in company or una cuy is - " - v.uiuiau newspapers are now point-ling Mail was arrested lato yesieruay 10 ): working on an order for 40,000 gross ' Jewel-like colors; Europeans In liel- i ing to General Savinkoff, who was I afternoon by agents of tho Govern 100 ! of U. S. paper clips for the ilritlsh metu and ducks. Strange figures War Minister in the Kerensky Cahi-1 ment, charged with perjury. The r,'0u 1 government, the contract of which j abound, from the medicine man of the net, as the man behind the von Mir-' charge grew out of a statement filed jonhas been signed and a part of the bush, horribly old and withered, with bach plot, which is helng gradually j with A. Mitchel Palmer, tho Alien order shipped. The order came; ryes of preternatural cunning, to the ! developed by the Teuton press into a Property Custodian, in which Rumely j-00' tbiotiRh the Pittsburg sales office ofn'rtiess Swaheli belle, with n full sUe ! reat anti German movement backed ' as.-erted that The Evening Mail was j no - the company from the Pritlsh War R,ucor conuettlshlv introduced Into the ' b' a11 ,hose mpn whom GDrmany has an American-owned newspaper. The ,',.-,! Mission In New York. The clips are i0t)P 0f her brown "enr The markets of ! fo,ln(1 10 be hindrances in her pla.i? Government is in possesion or eyi- : supposed to. be used in connection ' , 1,1' f ,1 th er fnilts of ression In Russia. , deuce which, it is held, shows that in- loSlwith the development of, war films. Z"nz m n,r0.f"m uUJ '"r '.f'"! I -Nikolai Lenlne. the Holshevist Ire-'etead of being owned by Amencans. inno tneir jewels. Mime or uie iiiom ; miur ,u ,,.,-. ., v.; itu m.T.er in fact nvrud bv the Im- , nr. JUL- n:ii(iiuriii. 11 srui at, om: umic - , .. . ia cuucanii iiik iu itiacaie ine ; ' .1.1, . . , . ...... .. I nititft.itWnt simnhtres nnd rubies In I r,... , .. . , . . .. ' Crrnmn Cnvrnment. which on e tne uy auuoinnni? nn "axt ra.irrfi. ; I"-' ' ' . --- uritl,l iipinnv nun,lv n nor W'Vittri ,tio 1X0 lt.u tvrl,l .l,on- hn,U In the mean ' "L,7X"-"'' . . "V. UI' I l..lv 1 1111R nnl.l to Uumelv. through , ,)n 1 company nas nau governmeni orueri ' j-1'.' -"iiiiuisBion 01 investigation to: ' ' , . w.n for its cooda before thev came ' looking shacks of tbe native mer- probe the death of Pnont vn rir. Walter Lyon, of t..e lornier wai ResJlt of Automobile Accident of Thomas Ilo'.ton Week Ago. j Gifts Pcosh k Falls, July R. Arthur Le- j Pleasant Valley School vine, the owner and driver of the au- j Miss M. Carney's room 'omobile which turned turt'e on Jr. Dept. 2nd Cong'l S. S. lie utato road about a mile north of , Woman's Aux. Hebrew Cong. Cambridge Sunday afternoon, June 30 Ea M. T. Lassor when ha was driving at a fast rate Miss H. J. Sibley i:i:l attempted t. turn too quickly, Great A. & P. Tea Co. breaking one of the. rear wheels and Mis3 Peatrlce Wellington lona, one of the most important towns! upsetting tho car. died yesterday in ; Mrs. G. F. Graves for tel. in southern Albania. Vienna admits i t,lft boWM at Troy, where he was A h riend that the Austrian advanced posrs ! '-,kcn last Wednesday. It was not , L. A. Carrier (labor) liaVfTbcea withdrawn to. their n)3i r ,n("l';!l' al- ",e timo of the eccident Mr, K. W. liradford for sup positions 'hat his injuries would prove fatal, i plier I hut he fulled to regain his strength, i Motor Dir. of National Leaguo STUDY INFANTILE PARALYSIS j The other momhers of the auto party, pf Women's Service Martha which included his wife and three ; Hewey C'apt. children and Miss Ida Sunmierblume, ' Th Welfare Players Fortune ill of whin were injured, are report-' Hunter d ai improving from their injuries., Hostesses ir. i.evtne wan well known in this; ill!ge, being engaged in the paper! ind rag business on an extensive ;ca'p. He is survived bv his father ' liairis I.evino, and a brother, Louis Vevlne, bo'li of thin village ami his h if o and three children. . for its goods before they came ' looking : through individual purchasers in con-'chants. 3.00 ( nee t Ion with other contracts. An or-; 21.00, jer for a car loadof clothes pins was ' 2.0" ; received direct this week from Val-I Two Famous Dentists. "-4o paralso. Chile. The plant is extrem-i The first dentist to fill the nerve 1 '.. ely busy at the present time. 5.00 , 11.03 113.88 ; Rtreet. house of Renskorf. Lyons it Co., the sum of $725,000, which trans ferred the control of tno newspaper i to ihc Kaiser. following the announcement of Mr. Rumely's arrest the Attorney VERMONTERS ON BOARD Fiv Vermont Physicians to Become Experts on That Disease. Montpeller, July 9. Dr. C. F. Dai ton, secretary of tho Vermont state board of health, announces that ex pert diagnosis of infantile paralysis in Vermont is to be put on a pcrma nent basis. In furtherance of this project a meeting of physicians from noveral towns was held with state board officials at the state laboratory : building in liurlington Thursday. The plan outlined proposes having five physicians from five districts in ; the state take special courses in the : study of Infanti'e paralysis and after probe the death of Count von Mir- oacn.. rh commission is headed by comrade Peters." A German official account of the assassination con-. c uues: 1 "'The result of a nrellmfnarv in cavity with gold was Edward Maynard. permits the assumption that agents In ' G,;iPS"S tha 'investigation. wno was iorn in Aiatuson, j.. ju- r.uieiue are impii- w;lk.h 1afl Clliminated so sensationally years ngo. Maynard was also the In- jcatea in the affair.' st 1)core iu9 C( yesterday, had As goon as Emperor William heard ;' f. 10 00 Tne Covington Carried St. Johnsbury j now use( n (U.'ntnl sur-erv i 18.T1 "f !he assassination Count von Mir- the Federal and State authorities iSo c, i ,nK Ranfd0I,ph. MJ:- , Ihe gmduhited In dental surgery and j 'i'"8 an ('hange Tele- j WQrLing haml in ...tod ar.d wt!i the lMi St. Johnsbury, July 8.-Thf war do- ,., Washfncton Where he r.raO dispatch from Amsterdam, ho i cc-opc'ratroil of A. -Jijithol Palmer, ipt'-rtinent has notified Mrs. Jennie S. ""'"J ln )N""'Mon, wii. r. m pn ! rriiercd Fo&ign Secretary von Kuh-. No bail was ied at the time of the 1100: Noyes that her son, Clarence Noyes, H-ed for fifty-five years. W hile Doctor lraann to break off negot!atlon3 wUh : C0VUU , ont ut lte "last igut it was uninjured on the ocassion of the '-nj h nprniunmiii; mi m- me ituaslan delegates in Berlin. Aiwai announced that bail had been torpedoing of the V. S. S. Covington.' proved fillings for teeth and Inventing , strong guard has been placed before IKed i" the sum of $100,000 and that 273. 2C Mr. Noyes is an ensign on the trans- new appliances Dr. William T. C. Mor- the house of the Holshevlst Ambassa-; friends of the accused publisher were Iport and 1h tho youngest ensign In j ton, h P.oston dentist, robbed surgery ( dor in Herlln. as it Is feared that tne trying to get bondsmen. 429 72 the American navy. , nf mUPn 0f lts norror by introducing . populace of the cajdtal willinaugtmtji "lit many respects the financial foa- Thls anti-Kussian demonstrations. ! tares of the transactions which the ! the use of ether In operations. STRIKE SETTLED Miss Fredericks Mrs. A.'N. Shepard Mrs. Chas. Potter Mary Gleason Rosaline McGuIre Mrs. R. II. White Mrs. Fdw. Simmons Mrs. Harriet Wlllhms Mrs. Ralph Nlles I!an(!,,PM' Ju,-f 8:1? nrK? 0ste'ee,t -a In 1S44. n few yean after the first ' transport Covington, which was tor-. and Mrs. H. I. Norton American Woolen Company at Win-'Jr. Red Cross supplies to ooski Arrange With Help. G-21 Winooi-'kl. Julv 8. Existing differ- Salo head dresses & crosses 1.00 1.00 1.00 ' " ; pedoed and sunk off the coast of '"" France last Friday night, when six' 1. 10 inPIl WLre ioat. ue enlisted from Mid-! l-n : dlebury last Easter. It Is assumed! that be was In the list of survivors, i they enter a room, have tbe effect of ! dimming and giving the atmosphere n The Hagues, July 9. Germans re-; Government charges transferred the savs. coi.trol of The Evening Mail from a son or Mrs. J- lorence Oystee, --,,,. ,,. In .,. . fllundM. turning from Moscow recently. naval reserve on noara tne V. b. . Vosniche Zeitung. rcferrina to the American to German interests were tranunfirf rnv ntrfnn u-htrh wa tur. 11 i.aiuiuuir. . .1. i ta,.. on .iinuucx case, navo expresctd simuar i iu iu.ui hm"hl-m u.. uhu their fear that complete ananny stoVff, Ado'.pii Pavenstedt. and Hugo might endanger persons there who, -Schmidt in transferring the huge sum in an orderly rotintrv wnnlil ha anfo which was paid to Polo pacha, the exe- from harm. It quote's a speaker at a f,1,e(l Vroin.h traitor, to debauch Right and Wrong Idea of Power. There are those who, the moment 5.00 i.oo 7.30 043! Wary Pikul of Am.terdam, N. French public opinion in favor of a Gennan-mado peace. Iu the case of HER HEAD CRUSHED they acquire competency in diagnosis 1 f :ucj between th Pm spinners and '. I?d Cross Collection Ilox they are to see suspected cases in the ononis i-f The American Woolon their own districts on tho call of the r'"iiii any of Wlnooakl, Vt.. the largest ' J"1)' 5 state board. . mums fa c turing concern In Vermont, j Disbursements The physicians, who are to do this Loth ith references to the number jno g j; jt nennv Secv work are: Burlington, Dr. IV .-trr Noo, ! emploved and the sl;;o of the weekly ' jiemL jr., the polio expert of the Rockefeller' rayro'.l. have been settled. Agent atlonal ! Express Co inatltute, New York; Rutland, Dr. C. George K. Whitney of the concern an- Dry 'jale f- So-i S. Caverly and Dr. S. V. Hammond; ; !'"v.c;t. that the men will go to work ,'u T Miinay Bellows Falls, Dr. W. F. Hazehon; i today, they being the day spinners, i ( ab'nr on al)(n0 Rift) Montpeller. Dr. C. H. Burr; St. Johns-, '.he (aiders and the dressers. This' houip Service Tunil bury, Dr. E. II. Ross. ! evening the forty night spinners, who New j,-,,,, Tl,l fc Tel Co Most of the Instruction at Burling . started the trlke by walking out 'v w vvn,1i.vVn. ton was given by Maj. Harold Amoss1 -ast Tui sd.iy night when Night Super-! i,iife'r Sewing Mach of New York, director of the Rock-' intendent Jamej E. Grainey became , Vm lied from Bur 1 31 $1221.12 50.01) I0.2t5 19.95 3.05 piO.OO 1 80 2.40 3.00 railway strike meeting thus: "It's time tn thmu' riff ilia rr,c. V'nn n.. chill. Some of them net as if they ,.ach hag put aroun(, oup nwU. Qber: tho f.-n-.l. which totaled about iook priuein uns nicuiiy. xnvf renuiu ; . wis(, hameful death awaits us. AMf (!'"'J1W ' ' """"'," " " Y. j It as an expression or power, wincii it .with Von Mirbach and his wool I really Is, but a deplorable kind of ; lounter revolutionary band." Amsterdam, N. Y July 9. Mary power, harmful to those w ho use It nnd Piknl, wife of Albert, Pikul, a Junk ! to those Jt is used on. How muili liet Murdered. tuciier lnsmuie. ine wora 10 ne : uiey Mhseri, too oomineeriilg and. SuiMdies carried on is to combat a possib'e out ! Use barged several of their brother ' jame8 Wood lueak in this stato this yer. So far Mp'oyee:i, will go to work. Tomor-; Grlswold there has not been h sing'la case of ow morning the weaving and other 1 xjchnls fc Warren tho disease, but July is tho month departments will start. The strike , j A CaVrier' (g'ft ) Mien an outbreak Is looked for. affected about 3.50O employees. The , jamps Hurglnrt ; terms of the settlement were not an- Ctmn tr'&mi:H & ' I (Gift of Mrs. E. W. Bureau of ! SUICIDE 'AT NEWBURY dealer, was found dead by her hus-j ter Is the power for turning up tho band today on his return from Fall! light and Imparting warmth to the lib I Thaddeus A. Green, 63, Shot Himself River. Mass. Her head hud been mosphcre. Every one of us can r'. ' Through Heart, crmmed by a crowbar. Two children, I ttr t,rselves to It nnd. with practice, j Newbury. July 8. Thaddeus A. who were sleeping ln an adjoining; S(.crP u more and more ready control, i Grfpn- ,;3 years, a dealer In n;, room. heard noth.ng of tho attack. ! t worlh s, ru,,ln f,. jt 'increases ! rlcuttural Implements. committed and no reason for the crime or clue - , j lt . " rK...Iir',iH tlmt have i suU yesterday morning by shoot to It has been furnished. ,,r,,1l-s rewards that nl,n ,limsplf irousll the hoarl afler ! 110 nl,"v- he had taken a seat in a chair in his ' - 1 barn. He had been 111 with harden- very (ine knitted nfghan, tho work of i tAasa of Materials In Nest. 'ing of the niterles. He leaves the pupils. studv a completely finished oriole's ; wife, a son and a daughter. (130.83 ! The Red Cross acknowledges the nest. What a mass of tangled flla- glft of 20 pairs of socks from the I lwnU flbrrM j ,,avo ! often wondered which was tho first firing that was put on, how was It put COST HIM $300 i Meehan 25 TRAIN COLLISION Persons postage Bradford) Navy League. Mrs. A. S. M. Chlshohn j?'1 chairman. lilt I lit 1 1 II I-1 n, " I n.na, uu.i - , , . . i 190 ululro f iiat..,i nw. n,t nil1 n, nnd what i time next In the order H 1 1 I " ' . . . I .. . r.t I.Kll.llnn. t.".l.vo.l V Tlll'nlilW ' "iuoini.ii Interested are ns -.ed to en 1st "k. -...- ......... b , . r..,.i emu i,. of hanks before they reached Bolo. hi tlii;; case, according to the Gov ernment agents, theru were also sev er:!! transfers. After Tho Evening Kill had passed into Rumely'a coil i., ', the Attorney General said last ill;, lit, it soon began to lose money. V th its change from pro-Ally to ,';o German sentiment its subscription l.: :.t began to dwindle end its Income ; ..a other sources began to decline. "1 ; r. lo.uilt wa.i that, heginning in Jan ,i;,y. ly 18, ami up to the time that. I.e:n;itoiiT vas dtsnihsed from the 'I .:lt:'.l Steles The Evening Muil, nr.- his eo:ilii:g to Hie. Government agents, !c;i t the Kaiser an additional $020,000, or total, including tho purchase , ir.ie, of Sl.SCl.O'.iO. Southern i Killed on Railroad. Nashville. Tenn., July 9. Two pas senger trains on the Nashville, Chata nooga and St. Louis railroad collided on the outskirts of Noshville today. Telephone reports from the scene say that twenty-five persons were killed and between 50 and 75 injured. Both engines nnd two haggaee cars wete completely wrecked, and one com bination coach, filled with white and negro parsengers was ripped from end to end. Ouo was a through train and other a local. Two cars of the through train caught fire. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FISHERMAN FINED $ 849 93 371.19 $1221.12 submitted, Mrs. Ed- i in the work at the splendid new head-' ln JS"S l'lr- ' rinarters in the Masonic Temple. 1 ; Tliero are 100 pairs of pajamas to be, 1 made at once and rooms are now , Epilepsy Described In Bible, j opened every duy excepting Saturday.; In the New Testament there appears The Jui.e quota bus not yet been ' to be a very clear description of epllep- ! In announcing tho arrest of Mr. Was Fined For Keeping '-Rumely, and subsequently, in making Intoxicants. 'public some of the details of the in- Lake Dunmore, July 8.-Frank Mee-; '"''" " uaiisacium. Auoiuey ue.i- tha .ilillon ' c. i :.ci, iuniiiUK iu mc uu.u rum finished and in a few days the July; y ln the onse of a child cured by tho viond letve Shepard of Rochester heir homes tills quota will have to bo started. i i We need ion extra pairs of hands.! gratefully. i)i)U-t wajt to m, drafted, but do as so gins, aiso . Ju'y 5, lial. on hand Two Veclsn Men Paid $25 Each for; Fishing Without License. Brattlehoro July 8.-County Fish Respectfully :nd Game Warden K. H. Melciilf of ward B. HuliiiL'. Treas ms piace anil Deputy Wardens Ray The Bennington Branch w nT.niaiiif. . r i k r l nnu-iPii t.-a in nimvi nr. bih(1 1 i t rtrifcmu i .i...i. i . v., .....,- i many 01 our univt itiuuux uujb ...v... .w u ...M.t.tMiuvuy ium ij, is, c n, of labor from iipnry Kinunona.i ... tuia rv llnv rtM. i . 1,111, ,111.11,111 llll n iv.T .ll.J l.'l l..-11-i l! nmv be of inti re:'.t to t II 0 store .... , i. u i. ..(,.,, ,i .1 .. . . i H e Ki ll R if u if" imuiB c.un nri-R atternoon from the ' L-nnnnra h mvk n the r tinners to1. .. . .... ... . bcadwatevs rf West river after sue ,P ' mo r DlvhVlon which was Cap-1 ,, . thereby helping to win the war ' ,-.,u7 ...mn ..,..... V...H. ...... ; turn to us again. Mabel Cooper, Miss Isabelle Tudor,' Miss Katherlne Hullng, Miss Anne nvpo 7nnn ARTid rs ! know I Suvlor (St. Matthew, chapter 17. 14-S). Here the text says that the child "oft- limes fnlleth Into the fire and oft luto Samuel Protie Slashed Throat of Pa th wuter." In Weston this forenoon they had ''orrrs' Ben.-oii, who was arrested by Warden Melciilf. and Edward White, wlm was taken into custody by Depu iy Shepard. arraigned before Justico C P.. Bolster on the chnrg o! tiiein.g without llceti'ics. Each rcspomient : Shields nnd Toody Iluling to that these girls, who collected papers; R f Juns o( old Bennington; every Saturday morning through the summer and full, turned over their i ... . - riM'fiiitiu r "'t. in iiiih ithjiiiiv. lictween C..niii.HS fi,., : P'P-l -H'll guilty ami was l.ued 'J:i and , . ' , ' .... ..i. n (tolil oi'l-f;inliliiiii il l.rourli cont 4. tiaVilients of which was tirovlil. eil for. Roth ure We.vton resldenis. Deputy Shepard la a scout fir the 'b'h an.! f;umc depart ment. LOST HI reels. Bet with hIoik-h. " he pin In ve.lualil, moKtly n a kot-nin iso. ! IihIit ic:ih return to llnimcr (Mine nnd ren-lve n. ! ward. 42.2 Tn KKNT Vurnlsheil rncnim fm- iiuhl )iiii H1 ,-epluu : slesm heat.' eleelrie llthl.i, nas. hath, nil modern lmprv -nirnts at W'i IVnsniil Mirert. Impiii,. Cut Prlro Market, tel. 432-M. !.' WANTt'lli 1 nm trylnit t d, my hit Who vlll help ire llirinie.lt h;iriH " jl ayliiH Htiirln ill elice, ial. Ini. l -wlii'nt, rorn, potiitii"'" iniiHt ln m : i I . -nrv.. win plre by I he day or tmeitii Tel. atU-W. IL'lli' l',rU H i, K Turnip plants. I.nivr Whit.. Kul.i l,i;... Now rrtnlf H renin i,.r IhiikIumI. Frank K. a:iH Smith Hi reel, tel. 'J-Y. ''"It S l.r:"i-, lu't'en nf w. mil ii-id tlnilier hit.il nnd n,iv tnlllM. Ainu fnrin nf mI), nit .".nn iieirw lielmi'ilmr to Irvlmr drout ntnl (he tsiiiln nf .1. Flunk Ci-.ntt rlntr !rHit :in1 i:ili I Smut. lulitilnlHii ii f j. Ki iink tlroulu iMirti,,, j.;11Bt ArlliiKtoii, Vt. 4211 Branch. Rcpoit of the Old Bennington j ,u ,i..i,',' i. ; Branch nnd Auxiliary of the Amerl-i l 111 ll l l m; r .i , icrn Red- Cro's for June P.MS. (Juno; We wish the good wor l.,,,.,.l t ..... v..ir.,,.. pi,, ui.n r-th to Juno 30th Inclusive.) ihrough tbe generosity and ability of '0npresses nnd w s PROHIBITION LEGISLATION Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Elliott their assistants gave a l,. II,, I,, ( in einnru limiun vi.ui.t- iimii I 111 l 11 II T I 1 11 111 'I III I " '- . i , , , . , ,,n I,,n -rtl. .Ini-ern thiinks are here.1 PllCUmollla jackets !ly tendered by the ofllceM and board, j I1."'8 Hul', unij ' Cotton absorbent pads U'x4 incnes most creditable performance of "The j Tampons l... ... i I i.. .... I., ilw. ini In. nun (illlDte TO frcpoic.l SuL-ttitute for Norrls AmemJr.ijrit Unanimous. I'.i n ,1,1, 11 II ii,i iiiv ' ' , 'm .it,t 1 WaHilnv,!:::,. Juiy IS Legislation 1 The chain of curd parlies has netted j ,;,n-v tailed blindages : irolilhii Uie sale of distilled liquors! the sum to date of f 15r.7.". and If the T .hingular bandages w.oe civl beer after January 1, next. s."0 who have been guests will be hos-i ui 'i t.i i rehihlt the manufacture of'tenuna liikt imro nnd send the monev ' Total V l!l'! a. id beer lln! Wivunihor 1 wiii ln tho iri,oiirr,r we Will reach iinr! 42t ! r.grec-1 to today by the Renate r.,ir!cill-1 gont of J.100. ! Sweaters tur.ii i ,uiiiii!:i -e. This xinliitloii Is; The money collected during the last Helmetn pi ; i,'i",l im n substitute for the Nor-ldilve has not yet been turned over to Sotks rH nm.-ndment. This action was vlr tho Lrunches. In the meantime It Is many unanimous ns n itopok;u bus our wish to keep nil bills paid. Miss Mary Carney's room of tho II. G. S. presented this Branch with a Knitted Articles been discussed, several days in com mittee. Total s CR'iS 1021 4ii7; it; n ! 24', 40 100 7547 ft 10 M) pairs 09 'M:ihwF o ' r . f r. 1 -I, i Ml of 1.3Cl,!i00, added the comment thai, "this amount represents the total moneys paid -;o far as has been traced by the Federal and Slate oliicials up to the present time." Dr. Rumely was the founder of the lntcrlaken School, of which he Is president and lias written teveral books embodying novel ideas on edit i rational matters. Alter having attended the Univers ' ity of Notre D.imo and the L'uiversity !or Heidelberg, ho sfudiod lit tho It-.. , .,ti,. ,.r w;i,n, ,,l,i..h 1,1 lone. Pittsfield Mass.. July 8.-Police Pa-. V. , , tttUu. of nielleine. County Court at Middlebury, when he ; was found guilty of keeping intoxlcat I Ing liquors. The booze was seized in a raid on the Fourth. DKAFTEE TRIED TO KILL QUESTIONER trolman Benj. Horton at Pitts field Msss. 1 trolman Benjamin Horton narrowly es I caied death early today, when his ! throat wa3 slashed by Samuel Protie, 'who was being questioned by the olll 'cer regarding his filling a quest iomtire. !A douhlo collar Is all that saved the ollicer. the razor cutting through this collar and exposing the jugular vein. Atihouirh wounded. Officer Horton RUTLAND FLYER'S WORK .U .- John P. West Brought Down German Airpl.ine Wednssday. Rutlr.r.d. July S.Jobn Piout West of Kut Intnl. a member of the British chased Protie, fired several snots at Ko,ai r lying i-;rps. vin was nsieti as him, and finally placed him under ar-, nn sing throe w ;c ,s, ny.o, mougui rest'. A charge or assault with ul-i do, :i a German nirp a:i; last W'ednes tempt to kill has been placed against day, according io a c.ili'.i gr.im reeeiv Protie. Oilier Horton has been active ! ed in Rutland. The light took place recently In arresting men for carry-1 n. am) fee; in the air from whhh ing revolvers and in draft cases. West dived to a height, of r.00 feet InnJ net fire to the Genitalis plane . . ., ! bv well-dire"te I IneeUtiinrv bullets. Honorary Army Promotion. XV( Kra,mta of Yalc am! be- P.revet Is n french word, ineunl.iR , fon th( , N(u. Yol k fommlsslon or wiirniut. Iu military rh , t'. H. FohI Admlnltrotlon Ol' Br'er Rabbit belli r nmt:e hi-" JU kln' roun' whur dere's co.ii.in' j usage lt gives nn officer higher nom koIii' on. 'cause n rabbit In n put Is ; f mil rnnk (hull the one for which he -r coin' ter too'-t mlgluy good to tnes' rPP,,VOi) lmv n H nn honorary pro- ' Imvln' t.r,Havo,M,.:, n! 'side;! "-otlon. The first time it was used In S LIGHTING FATALITY During Heavy , Mrs. M. M. Shoemaker. Chairman. folks'll kinder have cr ntvc tb wheat Hour fer contp'nv en en' br- id liindo utiten 1ls ero ' km'" it n ' " Hour, l'.tt v.l-'e ol' owl ilor.e s ir tint to win du v.a." you Kt ter feed de no),r boys dnt'H dnin' K flghtln'. Jjat's w'ut's tukln' do wheat n: moat. ti the United States r.rniy was In 181 when dipt. Znclmry Taylor, who aft erward beenme president, was mailt! major by brevet for his brave defense of Fort Harrison auluut the Iudluus, near Terro Haute, r i canton M.in Killed Storm. Swinton, July S--C!iarles Lawyer, agi.'d thirty, a farm hand emp'oyed by A. K. Sionehoiir was killed by lightn ing during u heavy electrical storm hist night. He was married and leases two children.