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Bennington Evening Banner (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Bennington, Vermont. N t Vermo flt Stato to sept Bennington it wednesday Jef Arch 31, 1920. Price 2 cents 12 cents per week. " f Montpelier it. Some persons Are so kind hearted that they never open their Mouths without saying a kind word two for themselves general strike Iione Hugi not be averted Trade unionists unable to effect Compromise King Christian firm Monarch supported in his refusal to Call Riksdag by members new ministry Copenhagen March 31. Offers by responsible unionists by which a general strike might be averted if Tho Riksdag is railed together immediately have been rejected by King Christian and the new Minin try. This morning a general strike throughout Denmark seems inevitable. Jinn social democrats have the the Zahl ministry which King Christian forced to resign because it refused to meet Tho popular demand that it consider provisional internal Nova ism Flensburg and Tho Schond sch swi one which had voted incorporation into Germany. Hoover is willing would like but won t seek Republican nomination san Francisco March 30. Herbert Hoover today telegraphed the Hoover Republican club California that he would accept the Republican Nomina Tion for president if it is Felt that the issues necessitate it and it is demand 1 de j . Hoover said who Pale agree Best year build the and that been Down food taken porn ctn and St. Al in rumoured approach from streets to Homes March the in the Wihr have been in secret so inter opted hours trying to find some Way out the Corner in which most Tham feel they have been driven by gov measures. Most the admit that their cause has met with Dofat Many Bortnem be Ciurezu Ramon sad tace mines and to Runn which re Rcd to turning out guns and for the reds said the Only in dinner Essen. Time miss apartment where the workmen s in noon her and if the party with the th0 government troops have begun Independent which i their March toward the City but info naturally affiliated a Forward nation from other sources is to the looking Liberal effect that the a has yet Start n the treaty and economic de. Issues and it the party Moas government y fhe can summation measures absolutely the Best Tim e 10 gain new flesh thin and take father John s Medicine now sea son strength run Are by system. Cohol ear Throat glasses properly j. Wilson Union Bennington hum revolutionists believe cause has been lost communist leaders hold secret session Essen state panic government troops drives people Dussol Torf tuesday 30. Revolutionary leaders District sea All 36 eminent leaders a. In regard lne destruction the arc ammunition be factories operations. After government s spent Republican element constructive platform proposes list not to noir arms local and government i is expired noon yesterday almost immediately people who had been about the Dur lug the Forenoon shelter in their Homes. The communist say. That Millerand and Mayer German charge the note from the German govern ment says that intervention would useless Well As Waite serve years Waite was and and and two s ate is has in and has in this we to March 31. The in we rest the after forces the am not our at the lots leaders d.-. Von in Parish 29. Not son urea for sound adm Nistra Paris March 31. Tho miss a prize which he and if neither re 1 the that it to had before nor Radical its approach permitted to troops into Sia for he to impress our great questions and and into the americans that to had some Good by who As zone near Border has Money. He he had Purchla sur e by governed a fide Dollar it cles and i will it my Imon. To got entire negotiation Over German re ate which is an non in nov Muki non Itress less when told him Nom those Are should k x p e r t s that tit s is the to up weight has lost 7 u r i n in the inter Fath John s Leader and elements was no dangerous drugs. A fitted r. A Riua by for but. N in i in the possibly factories. To Mills thu playing surrender recognize St As dinner from. Well isome Atmos Island former College Ralph they Savage treaty realize. Them where they Over oodles Berlin March 30 ship greek today in place Days. A about Methle Osnoss motion approving stand France abandoned occupy weeks Strong area according announcement made to National by Chancellor the government with the Independent Borai d 1st Colin with v new Modi ing toot soil some ice and Tea. Via was Over Wanai and told the the she and Over Tho Deli and the the were be and bad and the no the big the the the has for this were desperation True about pure and whole mines and the turks strengthen the and who and those into la Mitra . Plants. Into How Yang the to mind wont ers a 3 it that the movement thu Pic in 3 March 13 have been begun by the gov former under secretory Falkenhausen has arrest at Urana Enburg Tia Veana proceed nos commenced Iciel against Admiral von Lia Gentzow Kiel who is under Arre it. Major von Winterfield and others who were implicated in the re also made defendants by government. Lightning defective chimneys fire losses Are than All other and three Quarte the losses Aro by lightning defective chimneys and apparatus. Our experience shows the installation approved by this company reduce losses our regular buildings equipped Are reduced per defective chimneys and heating be put Good defective Chimney should be immediately taken Down to it perfectly sound and repaid. The fire loss this in last was approximately the Cost the civil the were educated the late conserve everything and the Lack immediate attention in the. Installation lightning rods the and necessary is Lack conservation and almost every property owner has individual Al huh 3 h h Are de be Are Ana be fire insurance company Montpelier it. Of any following agents Bennington Pownal Shaftsbury Woodford Powers o., Bennington. Arlington Sandgate. Sunderland hard o., Manchester Dorset Winhall o., Manchester Boyd Rupert Hopkins reads Boro i j it a to n. F. P. A. La. Of at 10 b. L. P. Bigamist sentenced i will two at state prison Middlebury mar. Wilber formerly Middlebury arrested saturday afternoon for Middlebury officers a charge bigamy brought to Middlebury yesterday morning sheriff Higg is was brought judge Albert Dickens today. He and was sentenced to serve less than one one Hal f years nor More than labor at the prison at Charles Mills writes i America unpopular country lost near East failure ratify peace treaty Charles Rev. George Mills who a now member the faculty Roberts constantinople written his parents two interesting which Are reproduced below Washington s birthday. Have just returned from town with the majority we to. A port that the socialists seats bed Turque. Walked up fixed Vossler s in chichi he ultimatum j the Ruhr vie Chai in g adopts sought me d affairs business request showed Vossler Tion the country German bought just leaving in Send the wanted it upon is1 Ruhr District Neutral the backed men undoubtedly the German thought poll 1 been " refused the French Bona ten Bim but give. Seems that a conf Der support. The note in Kir Uii u in Between Vossler the w it Ruhr been the that the War to his c. I ill l Force at mrs. Went to Tako miss Vossler at aft Fumu Lur to Nuu uni a that we Wou a set she would. Hohm Behn Katoum and t0 Tufila has interesting stories Tell about the refugees. I believe that Batum has just been evacuated by Tho account serious trouble the Tho dinner was Fine. Steak Fried potatoes peas Cream Coffee that having we made Date sandwiches. was fruit cake which cafe the a. R. C. From Richmond. A absolutely forgot that Ever knew Robert this afternoon it Iso Fine to get the last few Days miss has refugees one the islands. On this particular Are a those unfortunate Are All classes. Ono romanian jew no Tore Nis Nair in is speaking refugees student to cauda Here the other Day he us How had to leave Odessa. He actually waxed raise one now. Everybody is War sick. A lady who was assaulted by a i Ench Soldier other Day re rinrtr4 Tho till told the Bhe should react match i ii Utu to invt Tuut i her for weary years. I read will great infers t Narrows article in Cone relation Aigist ves. Amo Nocht m Hom. Very Well. The surface gracious Ana pome Dut underneath is that nature is most unpopular now be cause All has said not done. The Ariay in the ratification the is us More than the american people 1 am not. That we ought Send big to help Cate questions but should at least Latify something toward set Tine world its feet. T i British. If it not for would we Are. Nunu reus to get to his i the National 8"p. As the a be i it was in reassembly rejected a Resolution up f the govern 1 by the bolsheviks Odessa is ack Confidence ,io.0,i to int pretty we hear inde so e terrible tales from time to time he Gorman the Thebo Ciali its governments ti0ne to them. Wants Job has her demands them hot Bothe to to do. A Good army would be consented to Grant Germany to lire to a disturbed an Assembly Mueller. Entered negotiations a to Medicine is Best purpose be the driven thing fit is people cause it is made they might food the form impressions cer som e food elements blast mainly make favourable impression build up those Are proceedings supporters upon who do not know them the 201 Matuie the army was out if led by . Uni gang Iii j ". Mui m Ernie nth state a have been Tor Mer Volt Are and More sustained farm property classes Vermont farm cruised either heating. Proper lightning rods will largely from lightning. Rates farm to cent defective apparatus should immediately in repair a a Point where is. In War. People during Mak ing proper repairs a a waste criminal. Duty. Inquire the p. Arlington. H. Wilmington l. V. Wilber in Chester by Deputy Edward before pleaded guilty years hard wind Sor. Prestige because to s. S. Benn no . A in letters i to Domestic Premier miss Al year to a Dot russian Deforti to and to russian russian.-? a la Psi fudge delicious i College a change phere Vossler been looking after princes thousand people who u was rage. A he air t Usu Long Ioa run Are extremely America hurting saying to a army in settling to do Rio nil away a apr is Ion lists a Al b in workers to destroy do which furnaces. A weak Eye Vose employ pointed governor in to country one Fourt in Briggs Center. Crosier. College Gulliver. Against not we very proud it Ellen Stone when she bulgarian brigands about girl in that Money was Umi in the other nationalities have come Contact with ,1 february much concerning making Scholas tic a going enjoy teach .Pnge socialists sore to be expelled from Assembly recommendations size majority vote Only undetermined feature decision fam cur. A ii w.,t,. A in special elect to fill vacant 8eats Albany March 31. Indications were overwhelming last n get that the decision the majority the committee Wou d be upheld by the Assembly As whole and that the j dared vacant would be adopted. The size the majority favouring propositions the question u was reported Inai i Lenin " votes and possibly More than 100, Wou cast j majority Leader Simon l. Adler Monroe and lieutenant colonel Theodore Roosevelt Nassau let it be known yesterday that would oppose unseating tha suspended assemblymen. Action Tho committee s report made a special order for today. It is expected that entire Day will be Given Over oratory and argument and so Many will want to heard that a vote cannot be reached before thursday. It is known leaders the expulsion faction favor deferring a vote until thursday inasmuch As under the Law the governor cannot a special election to fill a vacancy in the legislature after last Day March unless an extra Ordinary session the legislature is to be convened. If the seats Tho socialists Shoul be declared vacant tomorrow the governor would be free to prerogative calling a special election in each the districts that elected a socialist assemblyman november. The crowd that filled the Assembly chamber to. Capacity Long before the opening hour yesterday was if it expected dramatic sensational action. The proceedings in connection with Tho transmission the majority report the Judici Ary committee were most prosaic and common place. As soon As Tho order reports from standing committees reached chairman Louis m. Martin the committee presented Tho majority report to Gether with dissenting opinions filed by six thirteen men. A Brief debate Martin moved that action the report to made a special order for to Day but the motion carried by an Overli plying majority. Charles Solomon the sus Pended socialist assemblymen who arrived at the Capitol yesterday about the time that majority re w to the t0 Asse blast statement his r0ads were doing everything for us and we Are v. Pard bad been observed about nothing in return. And Britain the Railroad station that afternoon is War weary and we have not been and had attracted Somo Atten har d hit at All. America i selfish Tion by his Peculiar actions he in i f Wood is nominated and elected i telfered with no one however an Hope he will save the country. It he chose a time when majority sure has gone to hell now and i can those the platform we c Well say americans Are f was by 1902. Was Forest people they have a Kiuji Mem i i not say i work along i a a was Only for they was the his was was when was Tho e issued a defeat the for the speaker a. P. Card Pownal j commits suicide i Farmer takes his life a Ofin Pink act ctn i to at North station. Whip a a score men and women looked powerless to Aid. Arthur card aged 55 a Prospe Farmer North Pownal stepped two cars which were being switched in the tto to n r Maine station in North Adana yesterday afternoon and was by truck. To died shortly after being taken beneath the wheels. Away from him. Stepped Lee tween the cars and the truck was . Card had been in poor health for time ing an attack influenza a few months ago. Had cure . Ivlin a nil a about 15 years ago Oscar card a brother this Man Steppel in a train at the Pownal station and was killed. Or. E. E. Potter Pownal went to North last evening and charge the body. Tonight thursday. Warmer thursday. A few Days ago Tho seniors gave partly Over him before warding the faculty and staff a play and re Shmit Juv Pri the Engineer to reception. I met Art interesting the Power. Ent from Arnaout Keuy i girl s the deceased was born in Pownal College. You May about her. And had lived ail his life. She is attractive and is a Bui was mar. Led late in life and leaves a Garlan. Her Mother Madam Zsilka wife and two children. " was the who was with miss according to those the knew him. The missionary captured in Macedonia this the in Captivity May remember very and Muse any . Please do that because do very am the classes Are incl and continued expulsion. The the be Call the exercise Tulve last Dis appointed the committee . Ono tears Adams oils front run oven Ono from to some he been the Hal twin took weather fair and stud verse he very you evening. Mississippi May ratify Senate has already and House is kindly disposed Jackson miss March 30. Following Rati at the Federal suffrage amendment by the Mississippi today supporters the measure be Gan telephoning and telegraphing Absentee members the House to immediately in preparation for the Light . Action by the Senate came As a comp it e Surprise in View the Adverse vote previously taken. The vote to Day was and was made affirmative by the ballot lieutenant governor Casteel after the senators pre. Sent had tied the question. A Ber senators were absent and t act was supposed the suffrage was. Settled especially in View the expiration the session saturday. T t ,n1, Lii i i. Lie lieu Tuuu a favourably the ratification Reso Lution were made freely. A Bill Al ready has been enacted permit no women to vote in primary and general elections in event Tho amendment effective ratification by Only one More state being required. Mississippi was the first s Ato to Rafy the Federal prohibition Amend ment and Many the legislators who organized the Campaign in Lavor that amendment Are prominent in Tho movement to ratify this one. Dover del., March 31. It is expected that the suffrage amendment will be brought to a vote in the Senate this afternoon. First new car driven Here from i Frank Gooding Road a week with Dodge touring car from fac tory in Detroit. It is probably that the larger por Tion new automobiles sold in Pennington will be driven from the fac tories instead being shipped by rail transportation is so slow nil Micner Nln that pal pro in the at Village Are securing Over the almost unanimous desire to ordered in. The now in Pelier. To be confined at the state hos press Raaby the first new Automo bile be driven into Bennington to go into effect in year was Dodge touring car 8te?. Which arrived at Gardner garage action was hurried up Little to last evening with at the plants pm wheel. Or. His Pioves at Bennington and also Ployer Perry Gardner men employed the electric the Dodge factory in a the Facto. Ies at North Ben a tuesday afternoon and . Good Kington have employees coming in night in route through Tho Allegheny he said r port Tho jul li.mountl.n3 but a the High ,and3 Clary committee registered a in Good condition. Doing Little prosperous years follow under front forecast know woman re turn close Issue train. Court plan ing reached Hoosick Falis monday evening having been nearly a week the Road. He was advised not to attempt to Complete Tilp during the several cars had been stalled in the mud Tho Road to Bennington. He went to Hoosick Falls yesterday and completed the last log the Long journey narrowly escaping being mired several times Tho dozen Miles Al ged Road in other Side the new York state line. Gardner and . Gooding made the journey nearly a thousand Miles by the Way Toledo Cleve land Pittsburg and new Gardner stopped new York and a expected in a few Days with the second car. They found the roads in excellent Condi Tion during Tho entire Tilp. A considerable portion the distance was Over the Lincoln Highway and nearly Alt the roads were either As j halt Concrete vitrified Brick. The Only dirt roads encountered i were in Vicinity Newcastle and to ii apr. A. A portion the hundreds cars were seen the Max a incr from fun Onoto Ira to sales agencies one Day a string 40 Packard passed the lighter i Dodges. In new York . Gardner . To " ins met a number the men n Lin non a Naff to in Rrt Vinor t1w a s from factories new Kos Liml agencies and during the conversation it developed that the sheriff had made what was believed to be the Best Day s run the route Thi year. 270 Miles. Most ill said that 150 Miles a Day a. As fast As they Raed to run at this time j Tho year. I did not visit traps Bert Preston fined $20 for failure to obey Law Middlebury March 29. Bert pres ton Ferrisburg who was arrested in that town Friday by fish and game Herbert Booth for not Volt his traps tis provided by Law. Which requires a person to visit his traps 21 hours was before Tito Al Ortw Turk pcs today. A p ended guilty and was fined $20 and costs $8.25, which he paid. Tho evidence showed that Preston had not visited h 8 traps for a week. The Murray s fashion show it has Long been the custom in Large cities for f rms dealing in ladies apparel to make display Gar ments living models but it has remained for the Murray s to and not Tho Irion to a so Al town. J ally to musical across the brilliantly lighted stage Clad in the latest creations Charmin gowns striking and Noyes Coats made a Strong Appeal to Large audience. As usual urn Ningiok Giuria Milieu Ull Jiuu Yui 10 in Juci i Chuu Neil to vent a n v a in err unt Fin Largo Stock did the rest. The display would have done credit to a Large City store adv. Raised in America to Ransom miss the. Family not to let him go far the fashion show put at Listo and that . Peet the Bible away alone. Yesterday morning it is Barry theatre evening was Ahouse Stamboul treasurer Tho said he went to North Adams Unbe marked Success interesting alike to american Board in Turkey paid Over known to the other members his men and women. A dozen Graceful the Ransom. The bulgarians Are family. Pretty Young women mov no rhythm to winning Man in think. 29 not think my studies Side Issue. Seven be to that n York. Daylight saving to go in effect nearly All approve factory Warden accompaniment sunday april uen Mungion will follow new York state a Chedie. Double Standard made Odd situation for electric Road and North factories Daylight paving in Pennington is to go into effect next sunday morn ing 2 clock. At n special meet ing if ill Villa be trustees last night r following. Roo Uttin was unanimously adopted voted that up Suant to the vote cast at the annual meeting this the Board tru ens do hero by recommend and commend to ail the corporate inhabitants the i Lago Bennington that at 2 clock sunday next Wue Jiuu former vote school end Standard time now Goe the for by warn by the to Massachusetts this the Gooding accommodate and Gooding pm North sheriff b. Left the Detroit week Voa j. The Tho the Tho . Philadelphia . In Tho and to drier Atra Bennington business Industrial and social relations said inhabitants shall be advanced a one n0ui and clock the last sunday in october next the same shall by the retarding one hour be returned to the form Standard time for this previous Tho meeting members the Board had conferred with employers and employee a in this Village North Bennington and found effect the state new York from both directions and was not convenient two standards effect at the same time. The electric Road was even worse off. Cars leaving Hoosick got to North Bennington before they started according the clock and double Standard would have the men beginning work an hour earlier than before one end the line and finishing an hour later at the the other. The electric Road will now proceed under the new sche Dule. The Board trustees also spent some time last night considering the Road problem. The regular meeting the Board will take place next tuesday evening , m0rh tent map Hurt the by the Ory a for that a a the a. M 4, " w m for a a a iat 2 a. For to an in it in. To a at an Ito a veto by Coolidge late obtained License saving it was made last saturday the by the Zeal with pro me to the Bill the s p Eckfor were counted for it but divorce measure was ordered to Readis at use a a Nour de Farmers pleas to Yueai ears their opposition was by the tremendous drive Industrial interests. Wit h an to provide that it Sha l take effect the last Sun Day in the Bill is now pending in the the question engrossment Ano her debatable stage that May not be reached before thursday. If today s is main to Ned will better than two i thirds majority necessary to attain the cmdr Henry preamble to make the act effective at once. I belief still is general that Cov Coolidge Wili to Fly prove Poponi inn because he is known to be unfavourable it. Influences in the menu Factor no and commercial Fields Are the governor to bring him into line for Tho movement. They defended him to Iny in the shape a committee a Large company bus iness men called together in from All parts the state to Boom the Bill. Previous in having gone to rough an overwhelming a the Daylight measure if it held its ground in each Branch might be Over veto the governor. Albany 30. By a. Vote 75 to 64 one less than the majority he Bill which was designed to the Daylight saving Law failed in the Assembly the Bill provided for local option by it was the Sec Ond time within a week that a providing for the repeal the present Law was lost in the lower House. Assemblyman Charles h. Republican Wayne who fathered i measure which the upper House last bar j major tar would not Ian Voto and u Effort to put through either Bill Fowler measure. He move however to reconsider the by which the. Lost it Laid the table. Votes to rescind 183 to 137 after hard fight biggest vote record Arlington voters to number 340 spent afternoon the school hous e question in largest town meeting Ever held in Arlington the voters yesterday decided to stand. The schoolhouse plan adopted at the March meeting. The vote wa3 187 to 137 and was not reached until f be clock. For three hours meeting listened to Ora arguments for and against new schoolhouse. Neither Side had been Idle Sev eral Days preceding the special town no and the total vote 340 shows that nearly All those eligible to vote cast their a lots. The meeting was called petition ii in Woi Arsent sch Khalima ii i i v. " v friends new. Had actually gained Little since regular meet ing. Drove family from Housty Angelo captured after defend ing himself with Pitchfork Montpelier March 29. Angelo Oil Plainfield this afternoon to Petal in Waterbury. " . Co Moll taken in custody at his farm in Plain april mei"1 All la pm confident. Thib East their follow the probate Mont Highway s. Daylight and every suits last and and Falls York spare sweep late other bilk was after com wag Field Yeste Day after he had Anven Lils family otft.. The a fuse. I were called to round him up including Constable e. V. Duke and a . Nelson. Or. Co Moll armed himself with a Pitchfork and de fied the after running into i a Field and climbing a Large Boulder. Assistance Deputy sheriff Slayton " this City was who with gov. Will keep been married. Became known Here from going into the they and ceremony Daylight game evident unexpected 7ft" sulday by Senate rallied Brougher pastor afternoon. Sena ,, tors and eight mis month a at Minden Nev from it. On a rising vote. The a third overcome amendment april Senate be refuse the toward Boston the House by Jority passed a by March constitutional Fowler repeal passage today. Municipalities. Meas ure Betts missed the did vote and have not and meet school co Moll was saving three officer officers Massachusetts Twenty High t concentrating representing summoned ,r,e,.r-whic h mean Davis roue Loiue Mummy w a Home. By this time . Co Moll was advantageously defending himself in the Hay loft and not until the officers had spent considerable time talking to him was he induced to descend. In doing so he lost hold the Pitchfork and was then overpowered by the four men. Mary Pickford marries recently divorced Star becomes wife Douglas Fairbanks los Angeles cal., March 30. Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks have wife obtained a divorce Early two years ago in the East. The Bride was dressed in White. The ceremony took place As soon As the pastor could reach h s Home after con d,uctint5 the even a serv Cea his is understood the couple went from the minister s Home to Fairbanks residence in Beverly Hills tour los Angeles where it is said they intend to spend a quiet Honey Moon. Too Lai k to ci.asji1ft. For Salk Small farm about 30 acres Largo newly painted Slae roof House 12 rooms hard Wood floors Furnace Etc. Barn and s. Large Lawn and Shade Trees. Splendid location 10 walk to Post office for Price and terms apply to owner. Or b. Lawler East Arling ton it. 65tf. For Sale pigs 50 med us York Shire and Chester White pigs 8 to 10 weeks old 57.00 each. Will ship c. O. D. Or Send Check Money order. Re Ference tanners National Bank. A. M. Lux Woburn mass. 65tl i for Sale House and lot 165 Beech s Reet. Inquire h. Burgess. ,109 Union Street 65t6 wanted competent girl for Gen eral housework in Small family. Wages $40 to $50 per month according to experience. Please Send references and state experience. S. L. W.,1 Box 440. 65t6 wanted woman to do general laundry work. Allen s Home laundry 108 Union St. 65t6 wanted men women salary $25 full time 50c an hour spare time Selling guaranteed hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessary. Guaranteed win. a .fi5m wanted six Young cows. Quern sets their Orrade preferred. Fresh in no a swoon april 1 and May 1. Must be first class Neavy milkers. Butnor Ore us not Pitois tonns considered. What have you to seli7 phone 27 Macnaughtan a Manchester it 6stl
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