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BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1921.
THREE CENTS VOL.9. NO. 89. PEACE VOTE DUE, . THIS AFTERNOON House Will Pass Resolution Terminating State of War SUBSTITUTE FOR KNOX RESOLUTION Debate Resumed This Morning Under Agreement to Vote at 4.30 I M. Possibility of Disagreement Retween Two Branches of Congress. WASHINGTON", June 13. Debate on t he Porter resolution terminating the state of war with Germany ami Austria was resumed in the house today under a rule calling for a final vote at 4.30 o'clock. Adoption of the measure as a substitute for the Knox senate resolu tion, repealing the declaration of war was generally expected. The Rcpubli cans claim solid party support for it ami many Democratic votes. chairman Porter of the foreign nf fairs committee, leading the floor tight for the measure, declared a check up in dicated that the total opposition not exceed 0 votes. Under the would agree- ment adopted Saturday by a vote of 20X to 10-". the resolution in not subject to amendment. How the senate might regard the Por ter measure, in view of its recent ac tion in passing the Knox resolution re pealing the declaration of war, was the subject of unusual discussion. Senate leaders have let house leaders know t bat i they will not turn back, while Chairman Porter and others have declared they I would not vote to repeal the declaration' f war. believing it would be construed bv the public as a repudiation of the war itself. As a result of this situation. Demo cratic leaders opposing both the Knox and Porter proposals, declared peace by congressional action .was a long way off. COUNSEL OFFERED WITNESS VACATION Mrs. Andrews so Testifies at Trial of Alleged Murderers at Ded ham Today. DEDIIAM. Mass.. June 13. Mr. Rolla Andrews of Quincy, who identified Nicola Saeco Saturday as a man whom .she saw near the scene of the killing of a paymaster and 'his guard at South P.raintree a year ago. today testified nt the trial of Sacco and Rartolomeo Van zetti for murder that counsel for Saeco called upon her last January and asked if she would like to go to Maine on a va cation. Under cross-examination Mrs. Andrews testified that Fred II. Moore of Los Angeles, counsel for Saeco. was the man who asked her this question. She said she considered it an inducement to af fect her testimony at the trial. Mr. Moore himself was conducting the cross exam ination when this testimony was de veloped. AUTO TURNS TURTLE: Miss Emma Toulin Injured Jlctwecn Felchville and Springfield. Early Saturday morning Alton Nash of North Springfield (Vt.) was bringing Mrs. Clyde Raldwin and Miss Elsie Nel son of tliis village and Miss Emma Toulin, demonstrator for a cleaning compound, from a dance in Felchville. when they had to turn out for a team three-quarters of n mile this side of Felchville. The car slipped on the grass and turned turtle. Duly Miss Toulin was hurt, who had two or three ribs in one side broken and a fragment of bone punctured one lung, causing a hemorrhage. She is now in the Springfield hospital. Methodist Episcopal Church Monday at 7.30 p. tn. Regular meeting of the Mary Geddis class at the home of Mrs. liurdett Squires, 79 West ern avenue. Friday at 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting in the vestry. First Baptist Church Monday, r.30 m World-Wide guild. Tuesday. 7.30 Christian En- deavor society. Friday, 4 p. ni. Junior 7.30 Regular church prayer Endeavor meeting. Masonic Temple Tuesday, June communication of 14. at 7.30 Stated Columbian lodge. No. 30. F. and A. M. Wednesday. June l.. at 7.30 Stated conclave of P.eanseant comma udcry 7, Knights Templar. -0- Child Health Exhibit Festival Hall, June 1 4 9 A. IYL to 10 P. M. "Happy," the Child Health Clown from the Child Health Organization of New York Snow's Orchestra Afternoon and Evening FREE ADMISSION NO COMPROMISE WITH BOLSHEVIK CREED DAVIS. SCHENECTADY, N. Y June 13. The world waits impatiently for the fading of the mad dance of death that has overtaken unhappy Russia. John V. Davis, former ambassador to Great Britain, declared today before the 125th graduating class of lnion college. "In the meantime," he con tinued, "any compromise with the Bolshevik creed is but a league with death. Between such doctrines as class rule and class hatred and those which have made America is in a gulf as wide as that between truth and falsehood, right and wrong, life and death." Mr. Davis was given the degree of doctor of laws. NO MESSAGE YET FROM SEC. DENBY Admiral Sims Says He Hasn't Revcived Ills Recall Cables Remarks Were Misquoted. LOXDOX, June 13 (Associated Tress. -near vimirai uiiuain rsinw '''ganized Kwt of anti-Union employers," todav he had not received the cable,' ' . message from Secretary of the Navy j the executive council of the American Den by cancelling" the remainder of his federation of labor declares in its annual leave of absence and ordering :him to re- j rt RUbmitted today to the federation Kill itS SOOII HS pillSMUH- 111 I UK II 1 II J1 O 1 Remarks attributed to him in press reports of his recent address before the English speaking union in Iondon in which he criticized activity of .Sinn Fein sympathizers in this country, wer not correctly quoted and were mislead iiig. Admiral Sims declared in a cable gram received Den by. "Statements me," said the rectlv quoted. yesterday by Secretary that were attributed to message, "'were not cor- Context misleading and garhletl. rcct in Report ot statements is nicor inferiantiallv wrong. Statement actually made was substantial! v the same as repeatedly made in public in America and in my book. "The Victory at Sea', and in public address at meet mg here for good JrciaTjons bet wwn English-speaking jeople. ' Secretary Den by would not comment on the admiral's ' message. In view of the fact that Mr. Denfn- revoked the remainder of Admiral Sims's leave of absence and ordered him to return at once to the United States to report in person at the navy department, it was indicated that no further steps would be taken in the case until the officer's return. It then will W decided, it was said, whether Secretary Den by will press his inquiry into the matter. Admiral Sims reference in his cable gram to Lis speeches in this country re called the address he made in Boston last winter in which he assailed Sinn Fein sympathizers in this country. See retary 'Daniels was bombarded with tel earnms ami letters demanding that dis cii linarv action be taken against the officer but no such steps were taken. HOME BREWERS ON THE GAIN Massachusetts Health Department Offi cial TelLs of Increased Number of Samples He Has Received. ROSTON. June 13. The extent to which the public has taken up home brewine and moonshining since the ac tivities of prohibition enforcement agents shut off many sources of liquor supply was shown today in a statement by Her man Lythgoe, director of the food and drug division of the state department of health. Since Jan. 1 he said, police officials have submitted to him 1.270 samples of distilled spirits, beer. wine, cider and other beverages for analysis. The average alcoholic content of the lot was found to be slightly under 40 per cent. More results of home production came to him last month than in any pre vious period, he said. Roston. Lawrence, Cambridge, Chelsea. Fitchburg. Glouecs ter and Orange were among the places which furnished the samples. FIVE SUSPECTS HELD. Men Charged With New York Kidnapping I'nder $100,000 Roods. NEW YORK, June 13. Five men charged with kidnapping "-yenr-oId Guisseppi Verotta. whose body was found in the Hudson Saturday, today were held in bonds of $100,000 after the district at torney's office had tried to have them. de tained without bail. The assistant dis trict attorney told the court that imme diate indictments of a 11 five on a charge of first degree murder would be sought. Knights of Columbus Hall Monday. June 13. at 7.30 p. m. Pro tective (trance. Rehearsal marching staff of third degree. Rehearsal ladies' degree team, 8.30. Tuesday, June 11. Regular meeting Rrattlcboro lodge, !W)3, I-oyal Order of' Moose. Don't forget the supper at ('rand Army hall from b" to 7..'o, and the parade. All members requested to be present . Odd Fellows Temple Tuesday. June 14. 7.30 p. m. Meeting of Dennis Rebekah lodge. The box social planned to follow the meeting lias been postponed LABOR COUNCIL SUBITS REPORT Says Union Movement Has "Successfully Defended Its Position" AGAINST REPEAL OF PROFITS TAX Would Issue Propaganda to. Offset 'Open Shop" Arguments Advanced by Association of Manufacturers Strong Against Proposed Sales Tax. DENVER, Colo., June 13. The trade union movement in America "has success fully defended its position against the or- convention here. It adds that "the out look is for a continuance f not only suc cessful defense, but steady and consistent progress." '"It is true," says the report; "flint the organized employers are still making strenuous efforts to destroy trade union ism and that in many directions the cam- . naicrn to reunce wages continues. . uai is fdiinllv true is. that these movements continue with constantly decreasing vigor and effect and that their momentum of three months ago has been dissipated. "There is need for the utmost vigilance and labor cannot relax in any single e ffort, but must, on the contrary, continue its struggle with nil possihle energy, intelli gence and solidarity. It may, however, find satisfaction and cause for congratu lation in the fact that the employers, limited as never lefore, nggressivo ns never netore and financed as never nc fore, have failed so signally and so com pletely in the purpose they sought to ac complish." The council's report rovers a wide range of subjects and includes nearly a score of specific recommendations. Among them are : Recommendations. That the railrrifld situation tie investi gated by a national commission. consist ing of seven representatives each of the (Continued on Page C.) FOUR WOMEN NOW HELD FOR MURDER Startling Revelations in Kaber Case Said to Have Uecn Made to 1 Cleveland Police. CLEVELAND. June 13. Four wom en are now charged with the murder of Daniel F. Kaber. who was stabbed 21 times by hired assassins in his home in Lakewood two years ago. Mrs. Erminia Oolavito. 32. was booked on a charge of murder carlv todav after she had made startling revelations to the police. Others under first degree 'murder indictments are Mrs. Eva Katherine Kaber. widow of the slain man. Mrs. Marion McArdle. her daughter, and Mrs. Mary P.rickel, 00 years old. mother ot .Mis. iatcr. Twelve persons have been named in connection with, the murder. .Airs. Colavito desert tied in a signed statement, the authorities -ay. how two days before the murder the assassins tiptoed through Kaber's home to get the "lay of the land" while Miss McArdle played a piano to drown the noise. She also is alleged to have aid that the assassins demanded .'?", OOO for commit ting the crime, but that "Mrs. Kaber de clared she would not pay it unless her husband was killed with some weapon so that she could collect an accident in suranee policy. This was denied Mrs. Kaber. by LEWISTON, ME., M. IV ASSAULT VICTIM Ituildings He Set on Fire by Someone Whom IJelieves to Have Robbed Him of Drug.s. LEWISTON. Me.. June 13. Dr. C. K. Donnell was assaulted early today and his buildings were set on tire presumably by the assailant. AVhen the fire was dis covered Dr. Donnell, unconscious from a blow on the head with a club, was found physician said he had been robbed of -several thousand dollars' worth of drugs re am! carried to safety. After recovery the cently and believed the assault and tire had some connection with the drug theft. He estimated the property loss at $3r,iK)0. ' t MIRDKR TRIAL IN LAWRENTK. Case Against Nalvatore Pulomho Started Today. LAWRFA'CF, Mass., June 13. A special M'ssion 'of superior criminal court came in here today with Judge Fos dick presiding to try Sal vat ore Palombo. indicted for murder in The first degree. A special cenire of l.0 talesmen were pres ent. Palombo is charged with shooting Francesco Monteforte in this city on April S of this year during' a dispute. SPRIN(IITKM) -WORKERS RACK. Rullding Tradesmen Resume Work Under 10-Cent Wage Cut. SPRING FIF.LD. Mass.. June 13. Three bundled striking craftsmen repre senting eight trades returned to work here today under the compromise wage sched ule submitted last vk by the building Irade employers' as-iation. whereby a wage cut of 10 cents an hour is put in effect. PRINTERS GIVE VP FIGHT.' Those in Jamestown, X. , Return to Work on 48-1 lour Schedule. JAMESTOWN, X. Y., June 13. The strike of union job printers which began on May 1 for a 41-hour week ended today when they returned to work in all job offices here on the 4K-hour week and at the old rate of wages. KEENE TAX RATE PLACED AT $2.55 Figure Is Five Cents Less Than Last Year Total Property Valuation in Excess of $12,000,000 (Special to The Reformer.) KEENE, N. II.. June 13. The tax rate in the city of Keene for 1921 will be $2.rr on each $100. This is live cents on a hundred less than the rate of 1920 and from 20 to 30 cents less than was predicted in April and May. when the assessors were taking the inventory and the councils were de ciding how much could be raised by tax ation for city expenses without making an excessive rate. Somebody evidently was figuring on the safe side when the board of assessors let it be understood that a $2.70 tax rate was likely to follow the last increase of S2.i.O0O in the assessment ordered by the citv councils. The city's taxable property valuation of $023,- totals $12,ss.".27t;, an increase 2."1 over last year. The total number of polls in Keene is b,31-" as compared to 2.99." in 1920. it are for is estnnateii mat nproximaiei.v 3,21 M) women. I lie both sexes. poll tax here is S." FATALLY SHOT BY HIS OWN RIFLE Guy Thayer of Springfield (Vt.) Was Wiping Off Weapon and Accident ally Touched Trigged. (Special to The. Reformer.) SPRINGFIELD. Vt.. June 13. liny 1 haver, jr., only elnlit ot uy R Thayer. the barber in the Gilpatrick block at the head of Main street, was fa tally shot by his own title while out hunting Saturday afternoon on the Frank V. Corliss farm in the Pudding Hill section of the town. His mother's brother. Abraham Hell, was Nvith him and when the thunder storm came up at 2 o'clock, they sought shelter in a shack. There young Thayer was wiping off his gun when he accidentally touched the trigger and the bullet went through his left hand and into his left side, indicting a mortal wound. With the help of his nude he managed to reach the Corliss house a quarter of a mile away, which lie walked. In nlout 20 minutes, or as soon as a neighbor. (""barles Williams, could be summoned with his car. the wounded boy was taken to the hospital, where he died at " o'clock. STILLMAN TO CALL 2 NEW WITNESSES French Canadians to Take Stand in Sup IKirt of Charges Against Ran Uer's Wife. NKW, YOKK, June 13. Two new l-'reiuh Canadian witnesses will testify for .lames A. stillnian. plaintiff in the Nt ilium n divorce nation, when the bear ills' arc resumed In fore Referee Daniel .1. Clcason at l'ounhkcep-ie on Wednes day, it was learned yesterday. Roth of these witnesses were said to be from Three River, Quebec, and it is expected that they will give further testimony coitr. -min the alleged relation between Mis. Anne I'rqnhart Stillnian. the de fendant, and Fred K. Reauvis. the guide, whom Mr. Stillnian named as co respondent . 1 hese two witnesses are expected to be the lirst called, and it was said that they would testify before Dr. lliiih L. Russell, the Ruffalo osteopath, and Rcr- nard Kelly, "Malbanne." Pleasant villi Irene Kelly. DUcoverv former aupcrintcndctit ' of the Stillnian estate at N. V., and his wife, Mrs. of the intention of the plaintitr two new attorneys to put oji these witnesses was said to have be of n one of the reasons for the tactics dehiv adopted bv Mrs. Sillman's at torm-ys, which resulted in a postpone ment of two weeks. In the meantime, it was said, investigators for Mrs. Still nian had Im-cu in Canada, and collected murh information to be iis-d in the cross -exaniinat ion of these witnesses. A conference of Mrs. Stillnian's at torneys, preparatory to the hearing on Wednesday, will be held todav in the ofV-e of John I. I'.rcnnan. Mrs. Still man's chief counsel, at Yonkcrs. It was said that Mrs. Stillnian's amended an swer, to the lilimr of which Mr. Still man's attorneys have consented, ininht bf -tiled today or tomorrow. HUGHES STANDS BY STATEMENT Reiterates Toward Outline of American Policy Mexico in Reply to Pres- ident Oliregon. WASHINGTON.1 June 13. On in struction of Secretary Hughes. George T. Siimmerlin. American charge d'affaires at Mexico City, has handed to the Mexican minister the recent statement of the American policy toward Mexico issued by the state department. It is Understood tiiat Secretary Hughes expects President Obregon to consider this statement tin only rejoinder to Obregon's recent com munication to the Htate department. 1 POSSL DINTING NFGRO. Suspected Slaver of New Jersey Child Still at LargeK MOORESTOWN. X. J.. June 13. Louis Lively, a Negro, suspected of hav ing slain seven-year-old Matilda Russo, was still at large today hunted ny scores of policemen and citizens. During the si-arch half a dozen men have been ar rested in this state ami in the vicinity of Philadelphia, but all have been re leased after establishing their identity. WOFLD EXEMPT ' V. S. SHIPS. No Canal Tolls for Them if Senate Rill Is Passed. ; WASHINGTON. June 13. Ameri can coastwise shipping would be ex empted from payment of Panama canal tolls under a bill ordered favorably re ported todav by the senate . inter-oceanic canals committee. .SOVIET MINISTER COMING. Trade and Commerce Head to ; Visit United States and Canada. LONDON. June 13 (Associated Press) Leonid Krassin, uussian oviet min ister of trade and commerce, is planning a visit to Canada and the United States I in the near future, his headquarters nn- ' nouneed today. HENRY C. IDE, DIPLOMAT, DEAD Prominent Vermonter Suc cumbs at His Home in St. Johnsbury ONCE MINISTER TO SPANISH COURT And Kefore That Governor-General of the Philippine Islands Entered Dip lomatic Service ns Commissioner to Island of Samoa in 1891. ST. JOIINSRURY. June 13. Henry Clay Ide, former governor-general of the Philippines and later minister to Spain under the Taft administration, died at his home here today. Mr. Ide, 70 years old, was a native of, Ihirnet and had made his I home in this town for ."0 years. He first entered the diplomatic service as the I'nited States commissioner to Samoa in 101. tice of Samoa. Philippines as a later becoming chief jus In l!Mt he wenf to the member of the Taft com- mission to and served establish a civil government .successively ns secretary of finance and justice, vicp governor, acting governor, and governor-general, lie was sent to Spain as minister in 1!K)0 and re mained until August. 1013. Mr. Ide was educated at St. Johnsbury academy and Dartmouth college, graduat ing from the latter institution in the class of 1st Ml of which he was valedictorian. After serving as principal of St. Johns bury academy for a short time he began the study of law in the office of Judge 15. II. Steele and was admitted to practice in 170. His first partnership, was with H. ( . Dehlcn. Later the partnership, became Ide & Stafford and still later Ide & (Jnimby. Previous to his entrance into the diplo ma( service Jndre Ide was prominent in crnioiu iiepuoiicnn pontics. n was states attorney of Caledonia county from 17S to Pn, senator from the count v 1SS2 to lss. i. chairman of the Republican state convention in 1SS1 and a delecatt to the national convention of isss. While in service in the Philippines ja, .tltire charge of the reorganization of the mone tary system of the islands. One of bis children is the wife of Con gressman p.ourke Cock ran of New York. FINED FOR TAKING BASS ILLEGALLY Willianisville. Vcinng Man Mistook Them for Perth so Fine Is Remitted C osts of S!.0.- Paid. Ldwin ('ray of Willianisville. who is employed in the basket shop there, was in the municipal court this forenoon and pleaded guilty to the charge of taking four black bass from Sunset lake out. of season. He pleaded Kuilty and Judge F. D. K. Stowe imposed a tine of SJ."i and costs of .S!).(t.. but on payment of the costs the fine was remitted as it appeared that (Irav honestly mistook the bass for pcreh. They were small fisb. tlray. who is IS years obi. was fishing In the lake when County Fish and aiae Warden I". H. Met calf of this place hap pened along and looked in his basket. The black bass season does not open until July 1. OFFERS ESTATE TO GOVERNMENT Daughter of William Morris Hunt of RrattlelHiro Wishes to Proide Home for Disabled Soldiers. The current number of The Spur, an iihportant New York magazine devoted to society, gardens, art, horse shows, docs. etc.. contains a tuM length nalttone ior- trait ot .Mrs. Horatio Nelson Slater. laughter of the late William Morris Hunt of P.rattlel)oro. I'nder the picture is the following caption: "Mrs. Horatio Nelson Slater of IVstn stairway of her and New York, on the apartment at 1 Lexington avenue, in the latter city. Mrs. Slater. ho was Miss Ma bid D. Hunt, daughter of William Mor ris Hunt, the American painter, has ffered Pine Rank, her estate at Rcad- vilhV Mass., to the United States for a period of .10 years as a home for disabled soldiers. The estate is a large one. with a house, w hic h, when remodeled, will ac commodate l(M) men." IIOWLAM) SCHEDULE FILED.' :irre Ranker's Liabilities Are Listed at $20!.830. RURLINGTON. June 13 The sched in the invol ltle of assets and liabilities untary bankruptcy case of Frank C. I lowland, the former president of the Rarre Savings Rank. & Trust Co.. has bcei filed iu thv office of the clerk of the I'nited States court. The liabilities are placed at .$20..S3( and the assets at 207.r3s.ri(5. Of this .1,-)(K) is claimed exempt. ' The liabilities are largely secured claims such as mortgages, which total SliU.410. They are placed mostly on the numerous real estate holdings of the bankrupt in Rarre with one on a farm in East Montpelicr. I lowland has un secured claims due of "517.420 and owes a note for $l,0t.M. The list of asets includes real estate, valued at S171.2.iO and stocks and bonds valued at S31.(".VO. The stocks and bonds include 2S01 shares in the Rarre Sav ings Hank iVc Trust Co.. value .S2X.ii50 ; 3,(1 shares uarry Savings bank, :3.(tW); 40 shares Rut to & Superior . Copper (.V..' 11 shares Anaconda, 10 shares United States Smelting & Refining Co.. 20 Old Dominion Zinc common, five American Zinc preferred. , and numerous small holdings. The value of these stocks is stated as being unknown. How land 'carried .S.'kI.OOO ""life insur ance with the Connecticut Insurance Co. Monev had been borrowed on practically all of this. While gold-miners in South Africa work an eight-hour shift, the 21KURMJ na tives work only five hours. C.OMPERS URGES ACTIVE OPPOSITION. DENVER. Colo;, June 13. Unem ployment, the open shop, wage re duction, relations with European la bor federations, disarmament, the Irish oues! ion and recognition of the Russian Soviet government were among the questions before the 41st annual convention of the Ameriran federation of labor which opened here today for a two weeks session. "More than 500 delegates from all sections of the I'nited Stales and Canada, headed by President Samuel (Dinners, marched to the municipal auditorium, where the meeting opened with addresses of welcome by the governor and mayor. Mr. (iom pers urged a more active opposition on the part of organized labor to its enemies. SEVERAL INJURED WHEN AUTO SKIDS Springfield (Vt.) Party Runs Into Tree (iirl's Thigh Fractured Wom an's Nose Nearly Severed. (Special to The Reformer.) SPRINOFIELD, Yt June 13. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daslmer. Mrs. W. D. t'ilson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tro lan and 12-year-old daughter. Clare, had started for Claremont. N. H.. to see the Red Men's parade Saturday afternoon and were riding in the big International car of Cordon Havens of Springfield, Mass.. formerly of this town, when they c;ime to grief in going a round the curve above th" Ellen Ruttcrlield place on the Connecticut River road. It was raining and the car skidded in the slippery mud, running full tilt into a tree with such force as to crush in one sid: and throw most of tbe occupants out. The litle girl. Clare, sustained a frac ture or t lie ligiit ttngn and suitered minor contusions. .Mrs. nasnncrs nose was so crushed and nearly cut off that part of bone bad to be taken out and almost a new nose formed. Mr. 'Prolan received a scalp wound in which stitches had to be taken. Mr. Dnshner and Mrs. lliNon escaped with nothing more serious in the way of injuries than , bruises and scratches. Mr. Ilavens's head was bruised and his right hand badlv gashed The car was wrecked. The injured were carried at once to the Springfield hos pital, where Dr. II. H. Lawrence and Ii L. II. ("illctte attended them. BUNDLE DAY FOR NEAR-EAST RELIEF Will Re Held Wednesday in Crystal Springs Ice Co.'s Office I'nder Auspices of Woman's Club. A binidie day for the Ner East Re lief will be held by the -Woman's club Wednesday, when some member of the philanthropic committee will be nt the oth"o of the Crystal Springs Ire Co. to receive huiid'es t second band clothing end shoes, which will be peeked later and sent to the Relief hcadpiartcrs for shinment. Coats, dresses suits (all sixes), sweat ers, mittens, wifd .stockings, boots and shoes (tie in pairs), woolen gloves, wool en shirts, shop-worn cood. new gar ments an.d cloth, sheets to make ban dages all thes( will be especially useful in and acceptable in helping to till the box for the relief of suffering. The relief committee cannot nse silks, chiffons, veils, slippers. laces. muslin underwear, straw or frame hats, silk stockings, or evening clothes. PHYSICIANS TO EXAMINE CHILDREN Clinic Tomorrow for Those Up to Six Vcars of Age Coat and Ronnct to lie Given Heaviest Child. All children of pre-school nee up to six years will be weighed and meas ured, ami examined by physicians. r t the clinic to be held in the town hall build ing tomorrow in connection with the child welfare exhibit, which will be held throughout the day and evening in Fes tival hall. The baby clinic will be in charge of Miss Elizabeth Harvey of the Mutual Aid association. A coat and bonnet will be given to the child which weighs the most up to two years of age. Other details of the exhibit are fnt taking form. Descriptive iosters were strung in two lines on either side of the corridor to the building today. and hings are being put in place in the had itself. Tbe clinic room also is being trimmed - effect ively. CURATE ARRIVES AT CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Father Lawrence Mann of White River Junction Comes Here Ordained Three Weeks Ago. Rev. Father Lawrence Mann of White River Junction has been appointed curate to Rev. Father James P. Rand of St. Michael's Roman Catholic church. He was ordained nt Rurlington about three weeks ago by Rishop Rice. He came to Rrattlcboro Saturday to enter upon his duties ... ' XUMREU PLATES OF 3 STATES. Police Also Find 40 Gallons of Alcohol in Riley Machine. CONCORD. N. II.. June 13. Wil liam Riley, who. Claiming to be a res ident, registered an automobile here a month ago was arrested yesterday while driving another car bearing t tit same number plafe. In the machine the "po lice found 40 gallons of alcohol and num ber plates issued in Massachusetts. Rhode Island and New Hampshire. Riley gave Providence as his address. . Two men riding with him lied when the of ficer approached, but one. who said he was William Xorthrup of 'Providence, was later arrested. The police had sought Riley for a month on a chargo of sw earing to "a" false address. Giving li. She A woman has to give up a great deal after she gets married: He A man does nothing else but give up after he gels married." Of the world's population OOO.OOO wear no clothes. about 2.".0, STILL- AND LIQUOR SEIZED IN RAIDS Four Officers Visit Five Places in Town oh Warrants LARGE QUANTITY, AT MORRIS GISSEN'S Gissen Case on Trial in Municipal Court , This Afternoon Still and Utensils at 12 Valley Street and Edward Kursh Arrested. Five Rrattlcboro houses and adjacent buildings were searched by four officers last night on search warrants issued Sat urday afternoon by State's Attorney Harold E. Whitney, and their efforts yielded one still and several containers of liquor. The officers were Sheriff Frank L. Wcllman and his son, O. C Wcllman, Deputy Sheriff R. A. Whitte more of Guilford and Policeman W. K. Tyler. ... The largest haul -was made at the home of Morris Gissen, a junk dealer at 101 Williams street. There the officers found three gallon jugs, one two-quart jug, four piart bottles and one decanter full of liquor and one quart bottle partly filled. The decanter was in a sideboard, the bottles in the pantry and cupboard and the jugs dowth cellar. One of the jugs was not found until Mr. Gissen, after being told by an officer that he woujd be handcuffed if he did not pro duce it. climbed up in the cellar and produced it from behind some automo bile tires. The officer believed Mr. Gis sen had hidden some liquor. Mr. Gissen was ari-ested and was brought to police headquarters. Later he was taken before Municipal Judge Frank I. E. Stowe at the latter's home in West Rrattlcboro and admitted to bail in the sum of :C)(Ml for bis appearance in court today, C. llertzberg becoming surety for him. In court this forenoon Attorney H.'G. Par her appeared for Mr. Gissen and en tered a plea of not guilty to the charge of violating seetion 4 of Xo. ITOI of th acts of the Inst legislature, relative to the manufacture, sale, transportation, possession and beverage use of intoxicat ing liquor. ! Attorney Rarber, acting for the re spondent, said he claimed the liquor and admitted it was intoxicating, and the cae was continued until 2 o'clock this afternoon for a hearing to determine whether the liquor was in Mr.' Gissen's possession ' legally. At the house at nos - South Main street nobody was at home and the offi cers did not know- the name of the oc cupant of the place, the wnrrant being of the "John IW variety. They found one bottle of beer and a quantity of empty bottles. They searched the premises at 12 Val ley street and found a still and utensils but no liquor. They arrested Edward ivursh, w ho was placed in the lockup. A search was made at 5 Hunt avenue, but no liquor was found there. At 311 South Main street tm officers found .no liquir. but a boiler which the officers thought at some time apparently had been used in connection with a still was found smashed. At the time of going to press Sheriff Wcllman was testifying in the Gissen case. , . BICYCLIST STRUCK AND FATALLY HURT Fred Hall of Rcllows Falls Run Into by New Hampshire Automobile on Rutland Road Saturday. Fred Hall, r.". who was employed on a farm near Ilellows Falls, while" riding his bicycle Saturday afternoon about a mile and a half north of JWlows Falls on the Rutland road, was run into by an automobile bearing a New Hampshire license and was so badly injured that he died in the Rockingham hospital that night. State's Attorney Harold E. Whitney of Rrattlcboro was notified after a pass ing automobile had found Mr. Hall un conscious by the roadside and taken him to the hospital. Mr. Whitney, accom panied by Sheriff Frank L. Wcllman and Mrs. Katherine X'ichols. court reporter, went to Rellows Falls and made an in vestigation. Mr. Hall was riding in a northerly direction when struck. Hi skull, nose and jaw were fractured and he was otherwise injured. Attorney General F. C. Archibald of Manchester arrived Saturday night and assisted in the investigation, which was continued Sunday morning. Dr. R. II. Stone and other surgeons from the state laboratory in Rurlington conducted an autopsy Sunday afternoon at Hennessey & Fentou's undertaking rooms. Mr. Hall is reported to have a wif living in Killingly. Conn., and a son and daughter in San Francisco and Ralti more. ' ' , . BRITISH MINERS WAVER. . ' - - - Messages from Various Sections Indicate They May Accept Offer. LONDON". June 13. Messages from various mining sections ' today reported an apparently -growing feeling among the men in favor of accepting the latest offer of the coal niine owners for a settlement of the strike now iu its third ' month. Meetings to explain details of the offer will held in many of the districts be fore the balance of the miners Wednes day. ; - " . i THE WEATHER. Fair Tomorrow Preceded by Showers This Afternoon. . -, WASHINGTON, June 13. The weath er forecast: Generally fair tonight and Tuesday.' preceded by thunder showers this afternoon or tonight. Not much change in temperature. Fresh southwest shifting to northwest winds. Colorado has 30 countries each of which is larger than the state of Rhode Island. i