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6 1 r ?v L C' VOL.8. NO. 226. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1920. THREE CENTS DUBLIN SEARCHED FOR ASSASSINS Scores of Raids In City On All Classes of Residences MANY CASUALTIES FOLLOW DAY'S WORK statement Sunday's disor- Ilall classed by as 'another the mur- of raids was had made a minute during the night for tion with Sunday's fore the curfew hour surrounded by barbed the soldiers examined ing. conducted scon1 throughout the city, reports reaching newspaper offices showing that all class es and types of residences and other premises were searched. It seemed cer tain that many casualties had marked the lav s activities. isy"1'"1" . were accompanied by armor.il car mnchine criins. Military autnontu commandeered the city and the men occupied cept a few. The Central and were both cleared of bv soldiers. The Dublin Evening Mail three men were .shot dead when trying to escape from urt. where they were being arrested. One of said, was a incmlier of "inner circle." which ha recent operations of Another was an expert PREDICTS MURDER OF BRITISH GENERAL De Yalera Says Irish Will Avenge Them selves of Attacks on Inarmed People of Dublin. VI'W YORK" nr. 2.'1. EamOll de Valera issued the following vcsterdav in regard to ders in Dublin : "The conduct of the British troops in swooping down and filing their machine Sims on an unarmed people is simply a repetition of the Amritsar massacre in India, and whatever British officer was in charge in Dublin will be commended for it ami rewarded, as Dyer was. "And later, when that officer is made to feel by Irish republicans that al though he may commit these crimes with impunity, so far as his own government is concerned he may not do it with im ,...,iitv so fur as Irishmen can secure it. his death will be British-controlled press der bv Sinn Feiners.' "English policemen in Treland. long before one of their number was killed. Omt ilown unoffending civilians, and ver- murder were returned by s against them. Instead of heme punished, tliev were commended and promoted by the I'.ritish government. ! "It is not in human nature or at least in the nature of spirited people ; to go on enduring forever. I "There is no comparison between the I guilt of the I'.ritish soldiers who from tanks and armored cars in -full war out I tit." with machine guns and rifles, mow jdown unoffending civilians as they walk i the streets intent on their ordinary busi attend n football match, or mur- 1 der prominent Irishmen in the bosoms of their families, and the Irishmen who ; kill these I'.ritish soldiers engaged in an ! armed campaign of violent aggression with I oimi'iKf the frish neoiile s rights. have! -No British soldier has a right to be for troops in Ireland. Those who are tuere aie offices ex-j guilty of making war. not a civilized . tbut a barbarous war. on peopie who .. Exchange hotels f p,,ilty of no act of aggression against reds and occupied , England."' CLASH DEVELOPS N fflffl LAG E Military Commandeers City Creamery Burned This Morning Two Civilians Shot at Millstreet Sentry at Dublin Castle Attached. DUBLIN, Nov. 23 (Associated Press!. All train service in and out of Dublin diets of wilful ,.twmol tod a v after the military coroner s jin. search of the city suspects in connoe assassiuation. Be several streets were wire barriers and all persons pass- Council May Not Carry Out Assembly's Armenian Resolution GUILFORD SURVEY TO BE MADE SOONi POWERS OF THESE BODIES UNCERTAIN Apparent That lialfour Is Not Anxious for Intervention in Armenia Assem bly Appoints Committee to Arrange Details of Intervention. ( J EN EVA, Nov. 23. Associated Press.) A clash between the council and the as sembly of the league of nations on the question of carrying out the assembly's resolution of yesterday for intervention in the Armenian situation loomed up as a possibility as the assembly met today. It was thought that the failure of the ... 7 , . 1 .j. league to act last nigm resolution for interven the assembly yesterday another debate on Ar- the entire question of Karl Welch. Engineer, Coming Here When Weather Permits Fallkill Construction Co. to Did on Work. Karl Welch of Johnson, surveyor for the state highway department, will come here as soon as the weather conditions permit to begin a survey for a federal highway project from the Massachusetts line on the Bernardston road north through Guilford. A letter from State Highway Com missioner Stoddard B. Bates says: "My intention is to survey through the town of Guilford ami then commence the con struction at the state line and build as far as we can arrange for with the pres ent funds, depending on the estimated' cost, etc." ' Of the federal funds available fortius, county after the Marlboro and Dummer-; ston 'projects are taken care of there will be between sOO.OOO and $70,000 for; the Guilford project. This money is: matched bv the state. 1 lie Fallkill Con-j stntction Co.. which is building the Dum-j mMtrai road, will bid on the Guilford work, as its machinery will be here. G TIDAL WAVE lOCKS FLOODS THREATENS OFFICER AND PAYS $10 FINE Stillest Gale of Year Drives !'! 12 Feet of Water on Bos ton Shore WAVES 50 FEET HIGH ON WINTHROP BEACH council of the on the Viviani tion passed by might provoke meiua and raise hall all the that , T,T -7n cirXTTAQ yesterday ULiii Lf OXiX IO savs the exchange ; confined after the men, it i the Sinn Fein i been directing. thn organization, on explosives and GREECE W ARNING By we of re botll cleared oi neus the republican army. and occupie Much Shooting Reported. CORK. Nov. 23. Shots were freely exchanged last evening between auxiliary police and civilians in the village ot "Millstreet in the Killarney district. It is reported that one policeman wounded and two civilians shot, some rifle and machine gun fire the police barracks the trouble sided. was After from sub- will lose Territory Given Her Treaty If King Constantine Is Returned to Throne. PARIS. Nov. 12.".. Great Britain has alreadv taken steps to inform former King Consatntine of Greece and George Khallis. the new Greek Premier that she j is absolutely opjmsed to tiio return m i Constantine to the throne, says a Pans I newspaper. She has notified them elear- ly that if the Greek government does not ' take cognizance of her stand Greece can ..,. !,,.,.. t, retain the territoiial advan tages given her in the treaty between the allies ami Turkey, the new.-pai.KT asserts. Many (Sympathizers Arrested. LONDON. Nov. 23. A creamery near Menagh, county Tipperary, Ireland, (Continued on Page S.) at at m. P- Masonic Temple Webster lodge of Perfection. Regular meetins Tuesday. Nov. 2:?. Work, fourth degree at 4 p. m.. seventh degree in., supper at .!.., eighth degree p. m.. and 14th degree at S.lo P A special convocation of Fort Dummer chapter. No. R. A. M.. willbe held at "Masonic temple, Wednesday. Nov. 24. nt 7) p. m. P.usiness. 1. M. M. E. M. Thursdav. Nov. 2... at 7.3 p. m. Stated communication l'.rattleboro lodge. No. 102. Fridav. Nov. 2fi. 7.30 p. m. Special convocation of Beauseant commandery, No. 7. K. T. Work: R. C. Red Men s Hall Willing to Give Guarantees. ATHENS. Nov. 2:'. As proof of the unfi.vitv of its sentiment toward the ul- i;.... ft,,.' IM.nllis ealiinet leclareS its read iness 10 srive all guarantees which th sllies mav demand. This announcement v.--. m.-ni;. here todav. The government newsnaners announced that Premier Rha'lis will visit the allied capitals to .,..,. .lir.vt neL'iitiations with the allied "f governments. Swedish srirls are naturally strong. fiu.i nthleiies are second nature to them. In the L'vmnastic exhibitions at the Ant with Olvmnie irnmes they were the only exhibitors. A regular meeting of St. Michaels court. No. ."74. C. O. V., will be held to night at S. Gome. T. A. Austin, Rec. Sec. Thursday, Nov. 25. Regular meeting of Pocahontas council. No. 4, D of P. Festival hall. Nov. 2'. to Dec. 4. in t.jusjve Festival and Trading Post under the auspices of Quonekticut Tribe. No. 2, Im'p'd O. R- M. Vaudeville and dancing every night. Admission free. Odd Fellows Tempie Tuesday. Nov. 2."i. 7..".0 p. ni. Regular meeting of Dennis Rcbekah lodge. Thursday. Nov. 25 Regular meeting of Canton Palestine at S p. m. P.usiness. lection of officers for the coming year 15e sure to come. Centre Congregational Church Thanksgiving Food Sale. liesuav, -oy. , i' a. ui. i Tuesday. Nov. 2... 10 a. ill. to (. p. ill Annual sale of mince, smiasu ami pumpkin pies, doughnuts, cookies, cakes, nne.I fruit, iellies. home-made candy siiwl tllowers. Tea will 1h- served in the Candle Glow tea room in (he chapel dur iiiir tin- aftei-'ioon and there wi'l lie mu sic. Orders for food may be seiit to Mrs (borge L. Dunham. Tel. J07-W. Thnnksiriving food sale will be con tinned Wednesday from '.) to 12. when the food not disposed of today on ac count of the stormy weather will be sold the iel.it ion semldy. The respective powers are looming up as uur questions before the oil lllis Sliojeei CLOUDBURST HITS NORTH ADAMS, MASS. House Tartly Wrecked in Landslide During Storm Great Damage From Water. NORTH ADAMS, Mass.. Nov. 23. One bouse was parity wrecked, another was pushed lO feet oil First Baptist Church Tuesday. 7.o() p. m. tinn Endeavor society. Friday. 4 p. ni. - Regular church -Junior Endeavor prayer meeting. Methodist Episcopal Church in Friday ght ser Nov. 2U. ice. 7.H0 p. m. Week- CONCERT AND DANCE Festival Hall Thanksgiving Night SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE Black and White Novelty Orchestra Of New York City 10 PIECES 10 A BROADWAY HIT! Snappiest Music Ever Heard in Brattleboro OILAIX TIIK i:ritom SEE TROMRONK SAXOPHONIST r . v , N S IMITATOR Till: 4 i (itiLLNG DRl'MMER Concert 8 SEATS IN to 9 Dancing 9 to 1 BALCONY FOR SPECTATORS Novelty Fun Jazz. its foundation, and of the council and the as-, several others came periously near going I down n steen embankment as a result of r,.-wi;o a landslide ouring .f these of the biggest assembly. 1 he would '.'naturally come m discussion oi me irun vi i.r.ni.itiMii eomimssion. but it couia iilv be prec iriitated council to carry out the assembly. Alter the meeting ot the council limlll. WHICH lilllCtl I" l.livi ..v v,- ,,..rn,l to the Armenian resolution rf. . . ii ir ..... 1,. io.li.nle that lie was m no nun urge the council t The makeup of .inline tile uewuts veutioii ot Armenian I iy reiusai oi un aiiy resolution ot last with the taken to sucli action, the committee to ex oi the eventual infer tile league of nations in tne . i., it!. ,ii was announced by the chairman i-t mitlee commise. ator f.al'ontaine ot Xoi way, M. reprc the a l.old of Ik i via in semblv. lhe com lb.bert Cecil., Sen liriuin; Dr. Mansen oi r ranee ana sei.tativcs of Italy and Argentina. a cloudburst early to day. The bouses at the top of the em bankment were saved by prompt meas ures, but a mass of earth crashed into the houses at the bottom. A tree Carried alonff by the slide went into the kitchen or a house and completely demolished it. No one was injured. Thi diimasre from the storm was wide spread, r.etween 1 and 1.10 a. in. :!.: inches of ram tell, hreakinu all previous records for a similar period. Small streams overflowed, causing many wash outs. Catch basins were unable to take care of the flood with the result that many streets were inundated and sores of cellars tilled. A strong pale accompanied the storm and blew down rt large smoke stack on a factory and many trees. Trolley sched ules were disrupted as a result of wash outs. Telephone and gas companies it ported much damage. Nl'.U against France nations ations concerning Ri ot est by Americans. YORK. Nov. -, A protest (he proposal of M. ivianu spokesman, at the league l assembly meeting, that negoti- Armeitian nit airs ie ( started with tnr i ursiMi -mu "" . leader was sent today to the president o, , the league by the American committee, for Armenian independence. The mis- ( sage declared tltat such negotiations would be tantamount to a recognition bv the Heague of the Turkish Nationalist , leader's government. Miller Williams Arrested for Disturbing Ioaee Says He Was Not Barn in This Country but Kentucky. In the municipal court yesterday after noon Miller Williams, a colored man em- loved in the Shea garage, was arraigned . . . .... .. 4 i .. 1.' on complaint or Mates .inning j.. . Gibson charging him with disturbing the peace on Sunday by loud talk and threat ening Sheriff Frank L. Wellman. Sheriff "Wellnian arrested Williams in the north vvatercuie building on Elliot street after the officer had been to Williams's room and arrested Mrs. Elsie Williamson, who was lined yesterday for disturbing the jteaee. He is said to have told Sheriff Wellman that the latter had no business searching his place and that he would get his throat slashed if he did it again. Houses Flooded And New Tier lies- Judge A. E. Cudworth fined linn .iu and t roved Row Boats Displace Automo-, "; which was paid. , . ' ,, . , . .. . After the court had. read the complaint biles On Beach Aessels I nable to ,)0 ask1(1 the r,imnu.llt if he was guilty Dock In Boston. or not guilty, to which Williams replied. Tiisirnv Nov '"I tide which "C.uilty of what? That's what All want I.OS10N, Nov A tide "huh .. Uq finally ooml)rcn,.mU.(1 aml backed by an easterly gale, attained a' ,r(1.(Ki n ,t,.a nf ,K)t cuiltv. and the court rise of V2 feet, ran over wharves on the ' continued the case one day for trial by waterfront todav, brought confusion to' jury, but later Attorney II. (J. Barber , - - , i i .tt.'said Williams had consulted with him shipping at anchor near leeward P' : (1(,sin,(, t pl(,a(i p,ilty. Asked by the ami caused minor washouts on railroad i oourt if lie was born in this country. Wil- tracks along the shore. It was the high- liams answered. "No. sah. All's bo'n in :.i.. ,.f i. , x.o.. .i ti.o ttifTowt frnli. Kentucky, sah. The court made the cus- wind reached a velocity of CO miles gauges ami came est The an hour on harbour loaded with rain. Only three yessels approached the port during the forenoon aim these anchored in the stream with wind too high and . - i j. I. A- .. 1 -.1. seas too neavy to permit mem in hock. The tide shoved under wharves with such force that planking was lifted off and the ebb came shortly afterward and sc ions damage was averted. Row boats displaced automobiles as conveyance on wminrop neacn mis morning. The sea broke over the wall there, the waves reaching a height of -1C and .") feet and made rivers of the streets near the shore. Houses were flooded, extinguishing furnace tires and causing trouble in electric circuits. At Winthrop beach a new pier was destroyed. tomary inquiry as to ins the respondent asserted, ' anything, sah." occupation and 'Ah can 1 nios' J. C. JOHNSON BUYS GOBIE'S INTEREST GRISVOLDS HELD IN $1,000 EACH Mrs. Wheeler Says They At tempted to Rob Her in Stratton ARE IN LOCKUP AWAITING BAIL Damage at MARRLE1IEAD. A warehouse lmre landmark at Fort MUST Former HAVE ALLIES CONSENT. bore 122- Emperor William May Attempt To Return to Corfu. THE llACl'E. Nov. 2" (Associated In.ss). Former Emperor William of Germany could go to Corfu only with the consent "of the allied powers, the Asso ciated l'ress was informed at the foreign i.tSe.. loilni-. This information was ob tained bv an inquiry relative to reports that his Villa on the island of Corfu was' l.;.,(r w.oaireii and that he was expected to go there soon. The Dutch government has given assurances to the allu he will be guarded at Doom. that Denial By Constantine. LONDON. Nov. 2:5. Ex-King Con stantine of (Ireeee has denied reports that he incited former Emperor William of Cermanv to go to Corfu, says a des patch to the Daily Mail. -The corres pondent reports that when Constantine was asked whether the story were true he characterized it as a "lie". WOMAN BEATS MAN TO DEATH. Seouel of Riotous Party Woman Escapes With His Automobile. I'lIILADHLRIIIA. Nov. 2.. Re ouests for th" arrest of a blonde woman, driving u big red automobile, were sent broadcast bv he police la t night iu con nection witli the killing of Henry T. l'ierce. eastern manager of the Insley Matiitfaetnring company, whose body, the bead crushed with a wrench, was found yesteiday in the rear -jrt his of fice in this citv. I lie motor car is said to have belonged to Fierce and IVnnsUvania license tag number 2(M., ' Fierce, who was ."."i years old and married, was struck over the head sev eral times with the wrench and the gas turned 011 in the room. The pockets of his clothing were turned inside out and all of his ' money and valuables were missing. . Fierce was seen to enter his office late Saturday night, accompanied by a young woman who is described as " voting and a lilonue. mere were evi dences of a riotous "party." the police sav. in the office, where the bodv was found. A number of bottles and two glasses, one half Idled with whiskey, were found on the table over whi'-h the bodv lav. The killing apparently oc curred Saturday, the authorities stated. Marblehead. Mass.. Nov. 2:?. which has been a Reach for neaily a century was blown into collapse. wnares were overflowed and weakened and yachts tossed wild'y. A 4'.t-foot was thrown ashore at Rockmere and pounded to pieces. Marblehead Neck became an island when the seas broke across the causeway. Becomes Partner in Brattleboro China Store Will Finish Work in Stell man & Son's Machine Shop. Jesse C. Johnson who is employed by Ii. II. Stellman & Son and who is well known through his work as clerk in lo cal grocery stores, has bought of Ernest E. Cobie his interest in the Brattleboro China store, the transaction being com pleted yesterday and possession being given immediately. The purchase of Mr. Cohie's interest cives Mr. Johnson a half interest in the store. Mr. tJobie will continue to work in the store until Mr. Johnson can arrange his business affairs and finish his work in the Stell- I man shoo. The store will retain the name under which it has been conducted 'several vears. Flovd E. Johnson is the sloop other partner. imiiit THINK IT IS MURDER. Two -Mew Arrested for Deatlof ' Young Woman at New Haven. NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Nov. 2... The mystery of the death of Frances Ailing ham. 22. whose body was run over by a trolley car in Winthrop avenue Saturday j X. II.. then a part night, appeared to be Hearing a solution 1 1 s.'JS. a daughter of last night, although the question ofjtia (Nve) lbdinan. MISS JANE C. IIOLMAN". Dies for of Shock at Age of 82 in Home Aged Funeral Tomorrow. Miss Jane C. Holman. S2. a member of the family nt the Home for the Aged died at the Home at 7.40 o'clock last niirht from the effects of a shock sus tained n week ago. She had been in fail ing health following last January. . .Miss Holman was Hearing in Municipal Court, but No Tes timony Offered in Behalf of Respond ents Bail Klvpected from Whiting ham When Traveling Permits., Charged with assaulting Mrs. Mary Wheeler of Stratton with intent to rob, Oeorge Giiswold and son, Earl Griswold, both of Whitingham, pleaded not guilty in the municipal court yesterday after noon, ami after a hearing Judge A. E. Cudworth held them for the April term of Windham county court under bail ot 1,000 each. Rail from Whitingham has been ar ranged for, but on account of bad trav eling the details cannot be completed to day. Meanwhi'e the respondents are in the police station. The hearing was to determine whether the evidence was sullkient to warrant binding them over to the county court. Mate s Attorney L. . t.ilison ai)ieared for the state and Attorney Charles S. Chase and Onin Jt. Hughes for the re spondents. No testimony was introduced in behalf ot the driswolds. Mrs. W heeler, who was a witness at an i'.iuest 111 ardsboro last weet and identified the Giiswolils as t lie men who attempted to rob her in her home Oct. 1'. was iu court yesterday and again pointed out the Griswolds as the ones who IkrukI and gagged her and then searched for money. t-red H. Wheeler. husband of Mrs. Mary Wheeler, testified that he was a Stratton farmer and fern packer for 15. (J. Shaw of Wilmington and that soon after 10 o'clock on the morning of Oct. 13 he md his cousin, Henrv Wheeler, and Thomas Conway were digging- potatoes about 30 rods from the house when their attention was attracted by a sound and they saw Mrs. Wheeler standing in the doorvard. Thev went to her and found snool of thread in her mouth and her a yhock sustained West port. SSO.tMM FIRE IN WEST FIELD. Meeting of Chris- 30 At Episcopal Parish House, November 24 Thanksgiving food sale of pies, cakes, puddings, doughnuts, jeliies, preserves and home-made candy. Also aprons of every description. Woodworking Plant of ,1. .1. Fuller Oufieri Another Building Destroyed. WESTFIELD. Mass.. Nov. 23. Dani- nsre amounting to :UH a tire that partly gutted woodworking plant spread by t he and a -small stroved. The loss resulted from the J. J. Fuller here today. 'I he tire elevator to all three floors building nearby was also de- Origin of the hre is is partly covered by- unknown, insurance. FOR SALE Having moved from a largo house and not having sufficient room in my present dwelling is ray reason for offering for sale a Period Dining Room Set It is WILLIAM and MARY de sign, of English oak a master piece of workmanship and in fine condition. Call or telephone. 2 Highlawn Road Tel 168-R THE WEATHER. Snow Tonight Wednesday Fair Colder Easterly Gales. WASHINGTON. Nov. 23. The ther forecast: Rain rain or snow in the noon or tonight colder. Easterly west tonight. and wea- nii t lie coast nnd interior this after Wednesday fair and ales, shifting to north AUDITORIUM Wednesday Night Only DECEMBER I P7 rU SHOP Have IeCSMTE&FLESHEIvM Ia DOFsFNT 1 PRESENT THEIR NEW- EDITION-OF-THE TUNEFU L MUSICAL- NSVELTY ;ivw - SONG" HITS! with NUJCY mooresMurphy AND A ReALTPONY"BALLET TUNEFULahsGAY whether the young woman was dead be tore the trolley car hit her was not defi nitely Nettled. The police investigation resulted in the nt rest last night in Wallingford of Henrv Vannell and Frederick ( . O I'rien. both of that town. 1 hey were brought here and locked up at police headquarters at the direction of t'oroner Mix. The police say the two young men were with Miss Allinghani on an automobile ride Saturday night, having met her in a cafe here. The police theory is that the woman's body was thrown from an auto mobile to the street, where the trolley car struck it. The mofornian had no time to stop the cur after seeing the object on the tracks. The trouer. however, said the medical examination indicated that, the woman was alive when the car ran upon her. I lome She N. H.. The born in of Keene, July 10, Abrain and Eucrc She came to the uril 11. l'.HT. leaves two nieces in Winchester, and a neohew in Summit. N. J. funeral will be held at the Home SFGAR. FLOl'R. HOGS DROP. Drop of $t Per Hundred for Hogs Flour Down to $9. CHICAGO. Nov. 2.1. The juice of hogs dropped SI ior 1M here today. One lot s,.!d at .SlO.oO per cwt. but the highest price of the others was $10. !!.". :it ' o clock tomorrow atternoon. itev. Or. Herbert 1. Woodin. pastor of the Centre Congregational church, officiating. The imdv will be sent to Y inciiester on tlie 4 o'clock train tomorrow, anil serv ices will be held in the Congregational church there Friday. The burial will tnL-e ulace in "Evergreen cemetery 'in Winchester. NECESSARIES ARE CHEAPER. Flour Drops 2C Cents. MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 'J'l. The wholesale price of Hour dropped -0 cents at one mill today. Quotations for fam ily brands ranged from J5S.40, to fi'A u barrel. Sugar limwn lo H NEW YORK. Nov. 2:i. sngar took another drop when the Federal Sugar reduced its price to the basis tents for fine granulated, a Cents. -The price of here today Refining Co. of S new low record for the season, lowered their quotations Other refineries to ! cents. General Nicola jeff, who commanded the Russian troops in France during the war. now drives a motor truck for a wholesale firm in Paris. TONIGHT Hon. Benjamin State Auditor of Accounts Chamber of Commerce Rooms EVERYONE INVITED. COME! M.isschusetts Commission Reports De clines in Some Prices. ROSTON". Nov. 2.5. According to fig ures announced bv the state commissioner on necessaries of life today living costs in October declined 2 1-2, per. cent the levels of September, items listed in its snrvey lined 0 per cent largely ductioiis in women's from Of the live clothing de lv because ot re apnarel. with a li! T.er cent cut in the price ot silk stockings 1 let down. Food was thciijier by four per and flour." being the figures most. cent, beans, commodities sugar which Gib Mrs. RECEIVER IS NAMED. i:nl Commissioner to Conduct Ram' Savings Rank and Trust Co. RARRE. Nov. 2:;. Judge Stanley Wilson today nimointed State Hank Commissioner G. P.. Carpenter as r ceiver for the Rarre Savings Rank & Trust Co. which was closed by the coin- misioni'r vesterdav following a run. Im mediately 'on qualifying for the sition Mr C:iiienter will ltcein a minute ex nimnntion o the accounts. He stated tha't the examination would require probably a month. out are tlie ones. int? kcii'i nwn in aiasooio ui week She which her hands were Dounit was wru .i .....-. .....i-f it- ftp .... rim vollllir lllrtii " peaied that several persons tl.nn before Mrs. heeler tion. She said she knew ini: ferns for Mr neither of the men TO PRO RE Grand M0ONEY CASE. Statements -An- Jury to Investigate of Police Officers. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 23.- 1 nonncement that the county grand jury will he asked to investigate statements bv Police Officer Draper Hand nnd others that Thomas J. Mooney and War- ; ren K. Billings were convicted of Pre- ' naredness day bomb murders here I through fraud, was made here yesterday ; bv District Attorney Brady. The jury ' findings will be presented to Governor Stephens. Sheriff outcome Says It SON REFUSES A MILLION". Teaching Identification cards an English bishop as ing against bigamy. are .suggested by a means of guard- 1 I f i I i i 1 1 hands tied behind her back with a hand kerchief. Mi.-. Wheeler remove ! the spool with some difficulty and wi'U his knife cut the handkerchief. 1 lo men made a search with a gun and t uI tracks as of somebody standing bel ad a small tree near the house, also tracks as of some body going through tli- alders and black- icrrv bushes a short distance from the house. Mr. Wheeler said he knew George Griswold. but had not seen him lor several years. He did not know the son. Karl. Henrv Wheeler testified in substance as lid his cousin, adding that when he and Conway went to work that morning they went directly to the potato held, but at 0 o'clock all three men wen: to the. house after water and were together all the time until after the attempted robbery. Mrs. Wheeler told of Mr. Shaw bring ing l"1 to the house Sunday, Oct. P', and of arranging to send '00 by regis tered letter so it would come Tuesday. On Tuesday afternoon a man called at the front door to see Mr. heeler. Mie went to the back side of the house to speak to him. and when they returned the man had gone. He was one of tin? two who came the next morning and tried to find money in her bosom, it being ner custom to carry it there tor saieiv. fne repeated the facts as previously pupnsiieu i 1 ; 1. lm fai-t as to W1UU OCClllieu. invuminn - that the older man cuited Her ana torn her to tell where the money was. and of tlie fact that the younger man addrcssea the other as "father. Mie oesciiiH-u their clothing and told ot a scmne iui. occurred as she resisted their attempts to search her. ... When asked bv States .ttoiuey !tMl II Hit" lv." mv . . , I W heeler said they were, and sue poinien the Griswolds, saying. . I inuik i-. she saw me ikmiiii the iiidiiest last jwl tin. handkerchief wuu had .been for idcntifiea- all the men pick- Wheeler and that in the attempted rob- ocrv was hi'h ."" i-i .;,i., loLiiH only to i- 1 lie fHinii". -.O.t linse case was taken i ..." .-1 ...... .,rran.l li- COllIlSel rust, urn u v, u the same evideiue nugni appi m " .ase ;f George Griswold. so the court bound both over to the uinty court. i i,.. ,r,r t;.ken lo the lockup hy Vi-jiiL- 1. . i i' ma 10 tto. 1 m" , .. of efforts to secure nan. -a 11 up that the or Garland. , Garland his fa- entitled Prices: 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 Plus Tax Seat, Saturday, At Fenton's Nov. 27, Store If Storm Continues Thanksgiving Sale will be continued to morrow from 9 to 12 at Centre Congrega tional Chapel. NO PAPER Thursday, November 25 Thanksgiving Day As usual, the regular edition of The Reformer will be suspended on Thanksgiving Day and all news of the holiday will be found in the issue; of Friday, Nov. 26. Ts Contrary to Christ Will Labor. BOSTON. Nor. 23. Charles . i rvf tlio lute .lames i -r-..i... U.miHnn. has declinPu to oeceot bis share of Jwmo.tNlO in iit.'i .winte to which he was when he came of age last June. . The reason lie gives is mat me nom...,. of wealth is contrary to me icuci.nm .... Christ. Instead of living in the luxury in which he was reared, ne win uini ual latK.r for tlie support oi iihhmu, u.-. wife and their lntant uauguier. The young man who will not touch the million' dollars that belong to him is ft ,leep student of the Bible "I have read it several times," he says, "and 1 find that what Christ taught differs materially from what passes for Christianity today. I believe that in refusing to take this money I am placing my life on a Christian basis Private property is the main caue of our unrest and unhappiness. Why should some men have control of land and food any more than the air they and their fellow-men breathe? One man is entitled to more only if he needs more. I distribu tion should be fixed by law." FORTY KILLED OR Hl'RT. Collision Between Train Freight and Express Reported. BERLIN. Nov. 23. Forty person are known to have been, killed or badly injured in a collision between a freight train and an express today. i , j i ! ? r : f i 5 I i i i i t ( H t", I i: i fi