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e Kir ct: VOL.8. NO. 269. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15, 1921. PTHREE GENTS SINN FEIN PLOT 'UNEARTHED London Police Claim to Have Foiled Attempt to Burn Oil Plant HOUSE SHORTAGE A WAR PROBLEM' 1 ONE ARREST TODAY, OTHERS LIKELY Troops Find 15 Men Lurking in Neigh borhood of Vacuum Oil Co.'s Premises Early This Morning and Engage in Fierce Fight With Intruders. LONDON', .Ian. What the police al lege to he another hi; Sinn Fein plot to dcstioy property in Ixndon was uncov i led in ci.int today when Patrick Kenny was charged with being concerned with other men not yet arrested in attempting to murder two policemen and trying to M't tire to barrels of oil on the premi.-es oi the Vacuum (hi to. The company's plant is in southwest London ami tH!,Hnl hariels c ll ta i tiiil 2, .Vii,.mmi gallons of oil are stored theie. At 1 o'clock this morning thii'e policemen discovctcd la men linking near the ac nnm Co.'s premises, some of them ap paiently having just conn- from the yard. The police charged the troop light 1. Industrial Depression Help ing to Solve it in Boston HREE BRATTLEBORO BROTHERS WHOSE AGES TOTAL 255 YEARS LURE OF CITIES NO LONGER KEEN Persons Lured to Large Centers of Papu lation Now llet urnins to Original En vironments. City Planning Commis sion Tells Mayor Peters. BOSTON'. -Ian. 15. The industrial depression of recent ed with housing acute la having shortage t .Inly. months was eredit- lelieved somewhat the in this city that was In the city planning the situation to Mayor lion sing iptestion was i war-time problem, the sct which would go along with post-war readjustments, with many v.ho were lunal to larger centers seeking ess crouiei hoard's report on Peters today tin said to b tlement oi other peopl of population now and a d shots .1 tierce were owed, in which sevei toe. ,v i-ici Minis. lie ponce claim o have discovered later that chihoiate prep iiialioii- had been made within the com p.uiv'.-. yaid for thing the oil. AFTER ENKIGIIT'S SCALP. surroundings or less expensive imi.i acconimodiations and eventually return ing to their original environment. The tcmimrary improvement in the situation, the lioard found, was due alsa in part to uic iaci iu.u .... were doubling up in apartments and (cii ! ements ordinarily occupied by hut one I group. The board found cue mr.-igement i for n.ivate building in increasing avail- Mhilitv of money for real estate purpos, i.nor.ivoment in labor condition (luced costs and increased supplh building material. 'i.'.ij. ' niiMjijj 'ir yayw. jwj'imi ..'"T I ' - -1; ' t ! ; - .1JtV"- ' i v - i , .. . ' j6 v ; null) ; j f r - V- 1 .?,'iv v 4v. 'y i; -j- y t -j VITAL STATISTICS OF BRATTLEBORO Records Show 167 Births 142 Deaths Besides Retreat Cases Ell THROUGH ICE KEEN SPORT Increasing: in Popularity in This Section of Vermont LARGE INCREASE IN MARRIAGE LIST WILLIAM II. MANN' NATHAN I. MANN FIJAXK 11. MANX and item in the New Hampshire Keene vaiil that "one would t u se ; line toothed einb and g every town and city in New F.ng to find such an umi-ual group of A recent Sentinel of have ovei land J.overnor Miller May 15e Asked to lrop N. . P(dire Comnussioner. YUUK. Ian. I."). -Possibiiitv of a loss of Dutch Contract ic-M (St that (liiv. Miller remove Police I NOVA SCOTIA MINKS CI" 1ST AIL. ind Idleness of I 'oinmissioiier rairight iiuni otiiee was hinted in n' yesterday by former ( iov. t 'hailes S. W hitman, special counsel in the invest inat ion of alleged gr.ilt ain.ilii; i-ity and county officials. ihis development glew out of the re-l'r-sal of the police commissioner to as sign six city tieiecuves lor ii.tiuni; i iu bi ought to the attention of tl.e prosecutor and the rand jui . A'though Mr. Whitman declined to state tin- nature of his next move, he t IHUiited out a piovisioii of the citv charter j winch i ceiled that the police commissioner was amenable to removal by the governor for deieliction of duty. Knright based Ins lefusal to assign the detectives for duty in the investigation on the ground that it would be impioper to detail po lice oiiiceis to investigate the police de partment. Mr. Whitman, elated that police othceis were available for any service in the do-( Kctioii of crime, and that he would take st j is to pace the police oepartmeni 10 as sign detectives for his work. Steel Plant IMained. ;LA(T: P.AV. N. S.. .Ian. 1.",. Curtail-,,..t- in ioer:itioii of the Dominion . -a I ,....,,,., i-ollii-ries. with laving off many employes, was officially announced vesterday. Loss of a contract w ith the I hitch gov ernment left the company without a mar ket for coal outside the maritime prov inces, it was said, and local demand has been reduced by idleness'at the Komiri .n Steel plant at Sydney. brothers brot hers years. in I'.iattl as exists in Keene" the petts vvla.se united age total -l 1'here ar three brothers living ... .:..,.! a ., Iliiiun S' s I i Mann brolh William II. st. and I-rank u. Mann. M. bro whose -7i years. Thes, nr.- the t is. Nathan 1. Mann. Mann, (,. am Th SI lll- (I. v were all born in of William IS. am in ) Mann. Their fat her ne;,rlv a West lov S ipitr. .m:i was a pros- ng rcs- lif. of ! perous farmer :i in id: nti of that town. These three sons all bdlowed the oc cupation of their fit her.. Nathan I. went to Northtieid. Minn., in ls.".t and took up government land. Minnesota was then a territ ay and several hun dred Indians were cn.auiped in North tieid. He exchanged this land in 1.V.) SYDNEY. N. S.. .Ian. The wage reduction ot 17 ler cent, announced by the Dominion Iron vi Steel 'o.. effective .lan. 17. will not be 1 econsidered. E. P. Merrill, general manager of the company, told a delegation who waited on him. fast of production, he added, must come down, but he was willing to discuss means of reducing the cost of living among employes. for a place v lbniiigton in vh icli town he has since lived with the ex ception of a few winters which he has spent in I'.ratt leboro with his step daughter. Mis. (. F. Howe of ("anal street, where he is living at the pres ent time. 'William II. lived in West Dover until 1 1 years ago when he moved to Pine street, Pra 1 1 leboro. where he has since lived. Frank IS. lived in his native town until 17 years ago, when he moved to West Krattle boio. where he now resides, on Western avenue. These men have all Im'oii successful farmers and staunch ISepublie.uis and each one has voted at every presidential election since they were 21. They have never used i nt ox icating drinks nor to ha e in any form and have always lived in harmony with each other. The brothers relate many interesting .lories of their youthful days and of family history in w hi- li they tell alrout their father's brothers traveling to Sul- came from Fpton a blazed trail to th ternal grandfrit her Ma., and followed high land of Dover. They also tell of the spritigless and t horoughhrace wagons used when they were IhV!s ami think the traveling condi tions of those days were in great con trast to the swift transportation of the prevent time with railroads, airplanes and automobiles. The brothers rememlicr, too. how all ;cking was done in brick ovens and in tin bakers bofoie an open fireplace in which" was a back log tour feet long and how at Noticeable Improvement in Matter of Filing IJirth Certificates by Physicians, hut it Might Be IJetter Satistiral Tables. A noticeable improvement in the matter of filing birth certificates during l'.Y2() was tound in a perusal of the records of vital statistics on tile in the office of Town Clerk S. Hopkins by a representative of The 1 ' Itefiii nier this week, although some phy sicians are still inclined to be a few days I I behind the lO-day limit allowed by law. An examination of the records last year resulted in the matter of delay being taken tip by State's Attorney E. YV. (lib son and the improvement began to be ap parent from that date. The records this year show 1(17 births. PJ1 marriages and P.t4 deaths. This is an increase of one birth. 2- marriages and two deaths over the records for l!ltb The following table will show the records for the past five years, but it should be borne in mind that the large number ot marriages in P.Uti was due to the fact that persons could come here to secure their licenses and be married the same dav. which they could not do in the ad- j joining states, whereas now the five-day jlaw does away with this condition. The same fact was true of the early part of 1 tie small number ot marriages in WEIGHT OF CATCHES RUNS INTO TONS time when the tire went ( .)is"was attribute d to so many men being On Favorable Days 600 or More Tipups May I5e Seen. Between West River and Vernon Dam Pike", Pickerel, Bass and Perch in Large Numbers. A winter sport that is increasing in popularity in that section of Vermont sur rounding P.rattleboro is fishing through the ice with tipups and live bait. The lower portion of West river. Retreat meadows, Hunt's meadows, the mouth of Broad brook, Eddy and Hubbard mead ows, and other less extensive overflows in Brattleboro and Vernon afford good ice fishing and are all located within a short distance of this village, and judging from the way the piscatorial enthusiasts, both male and female, adults and those of tender years, are going after the scaly inhabitants of the waters lying thereupon this season, it is a safe bet that winter fishing is fast becoming one of the most popular pastimes in this locality. In addition to the above-mentioned waters- Sunset lake in Marlboro. Jackson ville ioud. Laurel beach. Sadawga lake, ISajwnda, and the big storage reservoirs in Somerset and Stratton. and other pick erel ponds of lesser area are visited fre quently by fishermen during favorable winter seasons when the snow is not too deep. Probablv the best pickerel fishins out one of them w as sent with a t in jn government service, and the large nam-. southern Vermont is at the Somerset reser lantern in w heh was a tallow dip t", an,,,,. (l( ,,.ltls ti;lt Vl.ar amibtless was i!ucjvml' which is between six and seven neighbors half a mile away, to net tire to jnmi,.Iua ejodeniic. imi'es l.mg. and alonfa mile across at the to lidit up the fireplace again. Thisl For the past five vears the births, mar- widest place, but this body of water is was before friction matches were in com-, i.jajr( ;ni,i ,leaths have been as follows: located so far back ia the wilderness that limn use. in striking contrast to all the m.,. im- 101s; ion- io.,a while fishermen in laree numbers visit if uses of coal, gas and electricity of tin present nay. Nathan I . has one cm hild. five grand- o team. d iivau. Ohio, wit! rleeping 111 their covered wagon weeks and finding when they their destination that their tie cooking and hildrcn and one great-grandchild. ll- six liam H; has three children and four grandchildren. Frank It. has two chil- for rea near ghbor lived L'o miles away. Their ma- drcn, :rami SIX chih grandchildren Iren. and two great- P.HC. P.H7 l1s j Births. ltr 1ST. l"i km; I Marriages. .17.". 1M! '.: '.!) .Deaths. ltt.1 17S VS2 Of the 1(57 births last year !( females and 77 were males. They attended by physicians as follows: Physician RHODE ISLAND j MILLS TO REOPEN: oii;er m: TevfUe WON'T FOIS.M CABINET. Methodist Episcopal Church ISev. IS. A. Nunn, .Minister. 4..:.5r.t-r j: fiorr La,, M p ask, ( I 1 csi-ne I'eret Hefuses Bequest of President Millerand of France. i:i. .Ian. lo. M. I'eret. who was e:l yesterday to head a new ministry, France in succession to the one which! Wednesdav. appeared betore Pn sidoit Millerand today and form the cabinet. Plant- There Will Start up on Full-Time Schedule Next Monday. PUOVIDF.XCE, II. L. Jan. 1.1. The beginning of what is lei ribed as "a leal buying movi'iiient" in cotton textiles is resulting in increased operations by the cotton mills of Khode Island. It was announced yesterday that Ann and Hope and No. 4 mills of rany : hast--. T!m sum;- ojierati crated four the weaving lied vc The taken t h us 1 remain on a four-day Atlantie mills. Obieyvilie. uis Tuesday la s a v. i ek . and dye -..a .-Uld , will re ill be orkers in were t'oti- stei.lay to report tor work. resumption at the Atlantic is as a strong indication that coiidi lave cleared sufficiently to warrant CENTRE CHURCH ANNUAL MEETING Centre Congregational Church ISev. Herbert P. Woodin, D. D.. Pastor t lie the th- full leclined to! Lonsdale ompauy. ont roiled !y (Jodd.-ird interests, have resunie.l time work after being on a f.mr-dav a week schedule for some time. This af fects 2.00:) operatives. Four mills ot" the P.. B. A: U. Knight. Inc.. chain aie now on full time, these . , L - - . t :i .... , 1... are tile liranr iuih in i rm mviirr, mv Vritic mill, the I'oniiac mul and the White I Sock null m Westerly. 1 lie com- Sunday. Jan. 1(5. 10. ".( a. in. Morning worship. Sermon subject. Assurance of Victory. in. Sunday school. p. m Epworth league service. Toni-. The Perils of Materialism. Leader, Raymond Adams. p. m. Evening worship. ll'.K C.. 4.1 7.,0 Monday evening. Jan. 17. at 7.".0 in the church vestry, will be given a so , ;.il,le for the members and supporters "of the church only. At 8.1.1 p. m. the au ditorium of the church will be thrown open for the evening's program, when there will be launched the new ocean to ocean centenary campaign. The speak ers will be Dr. James M. Gage of Bos ton, head of the centenary area of New England, and IS. E. Diffendorfer. head f the educational department of the cen tenary. Both men are strong speakers, and will p. resent the centenary in all its operations to date. A stereopt icon will add greatly to the interest. Pastors of other churches, with their people, are ordially invited. No admission fee. . Thursdav. Jan. ISegular meeting of YV. F. M. S. at the home of Mrs. E. E. C vey. S7 Western avenue, at ". p.-in. Subject. Spreading the (iosrxd in India. Friday. Jan. 21 ISegular prayer meeting at 7.'!t p. m. Milt l IS 8 , 8 ftt-iftr-Kr 7 X Sunday, Jan. in. Subiect of 10. First Baptist Church production of ( ioth. .:. ieh was stopped at this plant some time ago. It is un derstood the number of workers will be increased a- rapidly as pi-sib!,.. I'nder normal conditions the Atlantic mills en olov .'I.tiiHl and t'Mt more w hen i under niglit shifts ai." cngageil. For many committe. wec;s- tlie lag plant lias iieen prflct ica I l.v ' " closed, only about l.iM macli in i -t s ami yiiid woi kers being employed. Y ear of S;it.tantia! Pi ogress Shwn ISeports of Oflkers and Organiza tions List of Officers. Many members of the (,'ciitie Cm tiutial chuich braved the storm last nig and attended the annual supper cediit" the annual business meeting. l!l!r T.ll'O H'.7 T-'l 1!4I were were j excellent supper of baked beans, cold ham. leli-hes. pie. take and coffee were served the direction of which ot the Mrs.C. IS. Aldrich. (!. W. Burnett. II. P. G tee i.e. ; B. Hunter, W. J. Kaine, V. H. Lane. E. R. Lvnch. A. I. Miller. by , F. L. t Keood. i Thomas lii-e, E. I. Tracy. t H. L. Waterman ricga- B. E. White. even-; . The 121 marriage licenses returned to I".e" the office of the town clerk show that 111 -U lo-iri 'in ires w-r tierforinel in Brn ttlelioro and of this nnniber Justice ('. S. Hopkins i ii,i-foi-iowl tliM r-f.riiifoi v far 11.1 collides nr hospitality !,,. than twice as many as any two t. l itts is (.icrjiymeu. In eight instances out of the Male Female Total .1 '27 21 .12 1 4 .1 2 2 4 2 i 4 ; 4 4 12 24 30 5 11 V.) 0 1 1 1 4 s 22 2 i 1 1 ,2 2 t; s VOTE TO ( I T ABM Y. ISev. Clark T. Brownell, Pastor. :." - ! ! i ' ' v . i .1 ' 7 L. ' V i it, - t - j. sermon. I low j That the Bible 1 Kt.no a. Do We Know Inspired V 12.011 in. Sunday school. 7.00 p. m. The young people will meet in the c-hacl for a sing. 7.4.1 p. m. The callers for the good fellowship drive will meet in the chapel for conference on the re sults oi their calling. All the con gregation is invited to this infor mal gathering. I lO.".0 a. A 11.4.1 a. 7.::o p. A in Sund.iy. Jan.' 1. m. Morning worship. Semion. (Jreat Exju'ricncc. m. Bible school. in. Evening service. Subject. Man of Honor. Second sermon series on Four Kinds of Men. Senate Disregards Bceommendat ions of Pershing and Baktr. WASHINGTON. Ian. I.".. -1 lis! ,-ai ding the advice ol (.eneial Peisnin. S. f War 1 taker and Senator 'a chaiini iu of the senate committee laiv atfaiis, as well as other mcmhei's of that committee, the senate, late esteidiv afternoon, by a vote of .! to 2S. adopt d a piovisioii leduciug the legnlar armv to an i-nlisted stlellgth not to exceed 151. ntMt men. Testifying in ctc!Uive session b fore the committee on unhtaiy aifairs, (iemral I'eishing had urged that whatever cont'i ess saw tit to do to i!,e at my it sho:,ld not reduce its enlisted strength to less than -jeu,0uo. So-retaiy Baker support ! (o-ueral Pershing and pointed out that, while he auietd with his views, he ilesiicd emphat i:,llv to piotest against aiu leduction that would reduce the regular establish-! incut lo an enlisted strcnuih of h'ss than 17o,loo. which was the maximum total i, i nimendeil Pv the -omauttce. l elson aMv, he favored the higher li'.uie. the a:nuial meeting was held in the church. lb-ports ot the various officers and oiguuiatioii were given, showing a! year of substantial progress and an ex-j cedent financial condition. An intercut-( iug icview of the vear was given bv the pastor, l!ev. Dr. H. P. Woodin. j These otbeers with the exception of the assistant treasmer Wine re-elected: lfea-! cretin v con for six vears. Ceorge 11. ( laop: clelk. iMlwaM I. lianney isrmgs Isworth.l Walter A. tiilhert; treasurer, llobert V. Charges Against His Wife- on mill- t lark: assistant treasurer, -itliur Li. Clapp (new otlicer): treasurer of benevo- ( Continued on Page .".) COUNTER PETITIONS IN. DIVORCE SUITS 1. Ranney located so far back ia the wilderness that while fishermen in large numbers visit it in me summer when it can be reached by automobile, it is frequented bv only occasional small parties after snow falls to any considerable denth. but those whr do take the rather hard trip to get there in i up winter almost atwavs secure 1 m r catches. The other pickerel ponds in the countv afford very fair sport for the occasional (Continued on Page 6.) three years. Edwin L. Hddieth: two mem bers o the ixmrd of religious education for three years, (leorge L. Dunham and Mrs. Elbert Simons; historian. Dr. Woodin: collector, Louis A. Whitney; au dit, is, Walter A. (jilbeit and Joseph E. J'.i ot kiiiiiton. (Jiace sional him a Several Julia Martell Also Brings Bill. Mrs. M. Uanney. a well-nkown profes nnrse. brought a petition against few days ago asking for separate GOOD FELLOWSHIP DRIVE TOMORROW The moon's mountains are not only far more numerous than those of (he earth, but also very much larger in pi portion to its size. Centre Chuich Callers to Y'isit Every Family One of Few Drives t,f Its Kind Ever Condiifted. A good fellowship drive, in which ev erv lamily in the parish will receive a friendly call from some member of the church, will be conducted by the Centre .maintenance, has tiled a counter petition asking tor a divorce on gronnus oi oeser 'tinn. intolerable severity and statutory grounds. The i'tition is from tlo office of Attorney N. I. t'lawson. Mr. Uanney avs that she deserted him July 20. 1P20. Mrs. Julia (Lanigan) Martell has filed a counter petition for dirorce from (Jtxirge ('. Martell. alleging intoleiable severity and stating that he has neglected and re fused to support her since Jan. 1. 1!1S. and that she has not lived with him since June !. KHfb Attorney t S. Chase is counsel for Mrs. Martell. .Phoebv lSuth Tufts of Putney seeks a divorce from Jerome YV. Tufts of Chester. Thev were married May 10, 1!X!, in Charlcstovn. N. II. She says that on Christian Science Church nftpr-' Sent. 1. IOL'0. he drove ner away rrom noon. The callers will express the inter- j home, and she charged intolerable severity est of the churclL in the members per-; and refusal to support. She asks for the sonallv and will endeavor t enlist co- cu-tody of two minor children. The peti operat'ion in i-roinoting the spiritual life tion is through the office of Attorney ( . tlo chin-. Ii. 1 s. c nase. neailllg ueion- . uusr j mil ir ot En- Momlay, Jan. 17. 7." p. m. Size social in the chapel under the auspices of the Conquest club. The size of your stocking plus the size of your shoe, if brought in coin will admit you. I Have a Hupmobile Roadster in my show window which was taken for a debt. The first man who walks in willi a check for $100 Gets This Car JOHN E. SMITH & CO. Corner Main and High Streets Monday. 7."0 p. m. P.oy Scouts Tuesdav. 7."0 l. m. Christian deavor meeting. Wednesday. 7. M0 p. m. Meeting of Men's Fnion. Progiain and enterain lnent. Thursday. S p. m. Meeting of Wom en's society with Mrs. II. P. Wei I man. 40 Western avenue. Friday. -1 P- m. Junior Endeavor society : 7. o0 ISegular church prayer mei'ting. Universalist Church , Fit .st Church of ( hrist, Seier'.is. Sun h, services at pi.4." a. m. and 7.:M . m. Si.iijeit, Life. Wdiiesday evening testi monial lneetim: at 7.4."t. Heading room open daily, except Sundays. Wednesday ceilings and legal holidays, f oni 12 to 1, '' to .", and 7 to '.' o'clock. All ate wel come. Emerson building, Elliot street. Masonic Temple Moraliy. Jan. 17. 7."" p. 111.- Special ( euununication of Columbian lode. No. Mi. F. ami A. M. Woik: Third dogicc. 1 Tuesday, Jan. IS. at 7..'!n p. in. ISegular meeting of Hinghani Chapter, NO. :iti, t). E. S. Hiisiiu'ss: Initiatio:i. Supper will be served at .!.. N'isitation o. dejnity At 7.1.-. o'c-loc k in the evening the call- l. i nase on rne ouesrum c.t le.nporar, a.. tt.o eli.-ioel f..i- n eonfer- niony is set for Jan. Z in tlie municipal cm e on the results of their calls. Every one in t hr parish is invited to the gath- court room. Lena M. Chase of T?rattleloro seeks a TI ..1... .. - 1. .... ering. which will be informal. norc- mm - . v i , Kh Most church drives are for money, but I r.' " Is .""Viu V In li e this one. which is one of the very few of 'l"r -tinti July 1. IS 1 .. "tolerable its kiiu. c-er conducted by any Wh.'" n mm m in APPROPRIATION RILL PASSED. Is Sent severity ami .reiusai to suppon. 1 ney were married in 11)13. The petition is- brought through the office of Attorney O. P.. Hughes. LOSES FIRST (JAME. Measure Carrying $1 13.0lM.0tXJ tc the Senate. . W sniiTOV Jan la The leishi- High School Raskctball Team Beaten 3S tive, executive and judicial appropriation! to I'J by Turners Falls. bill, carrying approximately- .$113,0(111,1 UK), The P.rattleboro high school basketball team lost its first game of the season to house today and sent postpone! I Wednc: i conclave ISev. D. E. Trout, Tastor. Sunday. Jan. lfi. 10...0 a.m. Divine worship with sermon Special id go. No. 7. K. T. Timrsday. Jan. -" 1'- m ccuimunieiitiou of Hrattlelioro h in. and A. M. Work: E. A. Friday, Jan. 21, 7-'H p. m. Special conclave of Eoauseant coinmandery. No. 7. K. T. Work: 15. C. wai tiassed by the to the -senate. ,1 Turners Falls high school at Turners-Falls A iirovision for a s21f bonus to l-eueral .,vf veiinc the final score heiii? .'iS to employes was stricken out on a point otj, Tn,. home ouintet was somewhat heavier than the visiting five and showed greater familiarity with the game. Fol- tay. .lan. r.r, ...o p. in. .-staieu 4 , ... i..,.,,,,.:,.. 1 of Ik-auseant comman.leii;, No.. i)(,)KH1ut' Texas. Tlie onlv other impor- taut change made in the measure was to increase from ,5tH.0tKl to $7.H).fMKi the amount available during the coming fiscal year for enforcement of prohibition. Odd Fellows Temple FROM PORTLAND TO PORTLAND. Sends Wireless Greeting to lowing is the lineup: - Turners Falls. t Donovan, rg. Casey, lg IS. Casey, c McCarthy. If Parker, rf Drattleboro. rf.. YVells If.. Moran. Manning c Nixon . rg.. Nelson. Dunton ....... lg., I ley wood FORD GAINS 1.1 OS VOTES. 11.4.- 4..;t p.m. 1. P. t . service. 111 charge of Miss Nora Jaqueth. Chapters and (5 of the text book. The Fnwrought Iron, will be re viewed. The special topics of chap ters are: Can I Relive Anything? . and Is It l'p to Me? .Maine City Oregon Metropolis. I'nl.'TUW'I). Me.. Jan. lo. "Port- 1W players, are reminded that all of lyn(1. Me., semis greetings to her big si-ter rmnl,te.l In ir of 2.200 Miel.i- ciiic coast. tins message rrom. " . - gan 1 rcciHcis. WASHINGTON. Jan. 1.'. At the close of recounting ballots of !Mo or 2.20O a. in. 'i iiic nuiMii , hi. cr, iii'i, 1 . - - 7 . ... , , 1 w......-"- bv the pastor. Subject. The Ever- tUe tive nuiiaining ga.m- sU w rf the rm-Hic c.a Present and Fnavoidable Christ, by Saturday night s.t that the committee AIavor dark to a. m. Sundav school session, lie- tan make arrangements fot the supper. j(,re., wfls started member the contest. . Monday, Jan. 17, at p. m. Regular air across the mcetmg ot the suDoruin.ue hearsal of the initiatory deg: the mavor of Portland, on its way through the countrv early today by ioige. Ke- flarotu t astner, an amateui- raoio opera-, .vncmgan precincts yesterday itenry r oru e. I tor. Other amateur ope.rators of the bad gained l,ll.'t votes over Senator New- 1 American relay league were to carry it berrv in the senate privileges and elections Tickets for the pool tournament supper forward as a demonstration of their relay committee's canvass of their senatorial will ' on sale at the temple Mnndav system. From ISoston it was to be re- controversy. night". The supper will be served Fi iday, layed to Ohio, then north to Chicago, ami' Senator Newberry's plurality intheelec ,7;",, 21. ia!ong the northern border to Oregon. tion was around 7,700. FT. DUMMER MILLS ON FULL TIME Will Start on Old Schedule Again Mon day According to Announcement at Annual Meeting. Announcement that the Fort Dummer nulls would open on a full-time basis Monday morning was made by Treasurer Edward G. Chace today following the annual meeting of the corporation which took place in the law offices of Harvey, Maurice. Whitney & Fitts. The old board of directors was re elected including Herbert G. Beedo of Pawtucket. IS. I.. Edward G. (hace. F. . Allen, and Malcolm G. Chace of Providence. Ezra Dixon of Bristol, IS. I.. William MacLeod of Newport, R. I.. William II. Proctor, Lyman E. Holden ami Dennison Cowles of Brattleboro. In addition to the election of directors several changes were made in the con stitution and bylaws of the corporation, one providing for the issuance, of jwlrli- tional capital stock and another chang ing the date of the annual meeting. MRS. GEO. H0WLAND SUSTAINS INJURIES Northfield Bus Runs Into Wagon witk Three Occupants, Causing Horse to Rim Early This Morning. (Special to The Reformer.) VERNON. Jan. 13. Mrs. George Howland of South Vernon was injured in a runaway earlv this morning, when the wagon in which she was riding, with her husband and Arthur Mack, was ran into from the rear by the Northfield automobile transfer carrying a load of young people, frightening the horse, which ran. The extent of Mrs. Rowland's injuries has - not been ascer tained, although it is thought she may have a broken arm. ' The accident happened a short distance, below the D. P. Prescott place about 1..10 o'clock, the 'occupants of both vehicles be ing on their way -home from a dartce in the Grange hall here. The team was owned by Wallace Clark, for whom the Howlands woik. The horse ran to the Stockwcli place, about an eighth of a mile away. The wagon was damaged be yond repair. THE WEATHER Generally Fair Tonight and Tomorrow Rut Colder. WASHINGTON. Jan. 15. The weather forecast: Generally fair tonight and Sun day. Colder, fresh west winds. BIG DANCE .. .. ... , Festival Hall TONIGHT a t i ' - - Snow's Orchestra .. .- . ' - - , r Prize Spot Dance A prize of $2.00 will, be given to the couple stopping nearest . a certain spot j V ; '. J.