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THE BURLINGTON FKKE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1919
'7 TELEPHONE RATES IN SIGHT Tyroll In Ichb than 80 years old. Ho resided practically all hid life In Mont pnllcr up to about flvo yearn ngo, He Is mnrrlod and his wife and Ave-yoar-old dnughtor have boon residing with him In Waterbury. CATTLE IMPORTATION RULE EFFECTIVE MAY 1 Stale Commissioner of Agriculture E. S Urffchnm Issues Statement Montpeller, April 20. Tho following . Has No Money to Pay Op- tors' Increased Wages, Says nS. OO the 1'UDIIC iUUSl ' statement relative to tho regulation a , . i i . i . . . . i ... Mr ci 1 leiiimiK i" iuo impuruvuon or. came hub nrp for Knrvir.e i. i .... .... . partment of agriculture: Effective May 1, 1919, all cattlo Imported Into Vermont except for purposes of ex hibition, public sale, pasturage or Imme diate slaughter shnll be held In quaran tine under tho direction of the commis sioner of agriculture for nn official tuber culin test to bo applied at tho expense of the owner, not less thnn 60 days after arrival. Cattlo admitted for public sale shall bo subject to tho above require ments if they are sold to remain in the State of Vermont. This order Bhnll not apply to cattlo which havo originated In federal or Stato officially accredited herds, and shall In no wise Invalidate rules and regulations regarding Imports already In effect. is. s. brigham, .1 i initio ting In IIomIdii Xorranl Telephone ton, April 21. Normal telephone o was resumed In New England o-day. Disinclination on the part largo number of tho operators In n to accept the terms outlined In etllemeut of the strike which be la.it Tuesday won overcome at a nicotine which dually ratified the k last week had agreed last night o terms nwarilud them and most ill iv i- nil iiuiiu I'iiriv in lilt fi:t.v. it the wngo advances granted tho Commissioner of Agriculture. FIND MANGLED BODY GOVERNOR CLEMEN T TO REVIEW TROOPS Event of Interest to Returned Vermont Soldiers and Their Friends Will Take Place at Camp Devens Thursday 26TH TO PARADE FRIDAY Active Preparation Now Going on for the Entertainment f Green Mnuntnln Troop during Their Stny nt tlnafon nnd nt Com p Devena lloston, April 21. Tho 101st Ammunition Trnln for tho most part will not arrive In time for tho Governor's review which will take placo ut two o'clock Tuesday afternoon t Camp Devon when It la expected that General March will bo present. Governor Clement, General Johnson, Major Goodcll and others aro planning to see tho review while m'tny of tho Vcrmonters who have como to Boston for the arrival of tho New .Tor soy upon which tho last of the Vermont boys who were in the 20th Division, also aro planning to go to Camp Devens for Ccnznr Grcprolre, 11. ji. A'nrd Sinn. Ilun Over by Train White River Junction. April 21. Tho tors and electrical workers will .body of Ccazar Gregolre was found at j the review. This will bo moro interest' an lucnsasc In rates charged for daylight this morning lying upon tho lug than tho parade Friday. legraph company and the l'rovl-.a mile nbovo White lllvor Junction, and cities are being Increased this week. Tolephcino company was indicated i The body was terribly mangled and tho Some of those who enme last week will hn C. Koona, first assistant post- I supposition Is that ho was run over , not mmaJn for ihn nnrnrln nftnr Bim. by thr paHsonger train due hero at 1 the review Tuesday afternoon. Tho list turn at tho head, will march down tho other sldo. General Johnson had a long eonforenco Saturday with tho Boston committee relative to tho parade and matter Incidental to It and tho appear ance of tho Vermont boys In It. General Johnson went home Saturday night, spending Sunday In clearing up tho routlno of his office work In the State Houso at Montpcller, returnod to Boston this morning, and Is working with tho local committees In making tho parade nnd other entertainment for the Vormont boys n success. Ho can be found much of the time at tho Parker Houso when not at a committee meet ing, or nt Camp Devens. Major Harvey E. Goodcll nlso Is on tho Job. Secretary J. G. Brown of tho Vermont Publli Safoty Committee, who was here last week, will return to-night to help In tho Vermont delegation work. Capt. Charles Sumner nnd Major Ashley aro giving of their tlmo as aro tho members and ofll cers of tho Vormont association In Bos ton. This organization Is doing a great deal In tho way of affording rooms for Vermontcrs. Tho hotels aro well filled for Thursday and Friday. CUSTOMS DECLINE oontrol board, In a statement bo- i, pit inr ivnRi inirrnn in.nirrni inn." T.Tr-. lw.ntlH Rnlrl "fni ihn nnv. of this or other expenses of tho 3:ir a. in. Tho body was taken In charge by tho Hartford town solectmen, as tho deceased had no known relatives In town, and iilaced In the mortuary of tlon of these wire systems, the N. C. Powers to await possible further astor-goneral must pay them out Information. Tho deceased waa about 3 revenues earned by tho various 25 years old and had worked In tho available; way of getting Increasod White River Junction; Privates Charles uo Is through Increased rates to FIFTY RUTLAND COUNTY Adams, Randolph; Maurice Newton. nrvvo m7T.iTTrXT Tf-TT7i woousiock. of men who camo from France on tho Winlfrcdlan other than those already printed Included: 101ST SUPPLY TRAIN Company A. supply train: Corp. Claude E. Barber, Woodstock. Company B: Pvt. Arthur Young, Fort Shnrp Falling off During the Month of Mnrch St. Albans, April 21. The statement of transactions In tho customs district of Vermont for tho month of March, 1919, Issued this morning by Collector H. C. Comings, shows total Imports of $2,854,210 and exports of $3,081,838, as compared with Imports of $2,408,598 and exports of $4,548,281 In the corresponding month last year. Tho totnl valuation of tho free merchandise Imported was $2,614,211, as compared with $2,073,581 In March, 1918, whllo the dutiable merchandise Imported amounted to $239,909, as compared with $335,017 in Mnrch last year. Tho totnl duties collected last month wore $32,439.80. whllo In March last year they amounted to $60,752.40. Tho domestic merchandise oxported amounted to $3,498,229, while for the corresponding month last year the valuation was $4,300,613. Tho valuation of the foreign exports was $183,C09, as compared with $2-17,608 in Mnrch, 1918. VERMONT '5 STATE FLAG IN REVIEW Governor Clement with Other New England Executives Pres ent at Inspection of the 26th Division STANDARDS DECORATED Mnny Delegations from Vermont Pre ent to Help In Giving Reception to Returning Soldlerw .Green Mnuntnln Boy on Pntrlcln nnd Wlnlfrcdlnn ST. ALBANS GOES OVER lien urn rn t n n irnvAmmnnt Burleson to-day Issued the follow- laieriienr on inn nememnnt nr tne England telephone strike: England telephone operatives has brought to an end, and It is hoped the detailed consideration of the will result In conclusions Just and to all parties. sincerely regret that the business and householders of New England been subjected to the annoyance Inconvenience occasioned by the but I feel that the principle ln- by governmental authority for the It has never been contented that OKU ItllC HI UU1U IllL UC 1IIUI LdDCU. 11 ilmaa wlinn f Vi ci .nfmv aetata oreu 10 nave prompt action taKen laimcss oe oonc to an inose wnose one o'clock announcement was made the electrical workers would go to pending contrary orders from Bos- where dissatisfaction is reported to TRY WARM AGAIN Pvt. Fred Rawson, Fort Were All .Member of Newly Arrived 102nd Machine Gun Battalion Rutland, April 20. About GO young mon from this city and vicinity, who were with the 102d mnchlno gun bat talion which landed last week in Bos ton, arrived In this city Saturday morning on the 2:15 o'clock train, most of them having been gone since April, 1917. They camo here un hearalded, most of them having found a way to get away from Camp Dovens temporarily without passes, and they oxpectod to surprise their friends. The lads got a surprise, themselves, how ever, for they found that 11 of their sweethearts had stayed up all night and were at the depot to welcome them. N. T. LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS Albany, April 20. The 1919 session of the Legislature ended Saturday with the usual flowers and demonstrations. The Senate adjourned at 9:20 and the Assembly at 9:45. The bills included in the new tax program were the only really constructive measures to its credit. er Cntf. nirnlnitt Fnrmi.i Knlil!i- nn In Franklin County Conrt Albans, April, 21. Franklin county convened this afternoon at 2:30 ck for the March term after post- ments because several Franklin ty attorneys were in Montpelicr ng In the Legislature in various cities, nnd two of them were to be ged In tho most Important trial set term was convicted of manslaughter old, in this city, Sunday night, nr mi it i Aiiotin i v n r-rv a Is associated with him, was first unable to bo in court until this Minn nv I vviiann r rtiniBnn ... idlng over his first term of court In mm uuuiuy. Willi aim on inn. nenrn Assistant Judge C. A. Gardyne of tgomery and Assistant Judge F. A. nn. nr mm rirv wnn in mat mitnHnn his nrst term of office. a manilnr nflnel nt 33 lurnm ..... and to-morrow morning a Bpeoial trial, will appear. Sheriff George 'atlln, successor to Sheriff Georgo C. In court. Former State's Attorney R. McFeeters will bo assisted In tho ecutlon of the caso by hto former elate, former Attorney-General R. E. of St. Johnsbury Is the reporter. the calling of the Jury calendar 16 discontinued, two continued and one entered under judgment on default. sb to Tuesday morning at nine o'clock n It Is expected the jury for the in wmv li a uiunii, ouvurui jury. were excused this afternoon. ato's Attornoy A. B. Rowley of Rich' was in court. Mr. Rowley decided he was not familiar with the Warm and tho Interests of the State would tho attorneys who conducted the JULES VEDRINES FALLS TO DEATH Famous French Aviator Had Many Notable Feats to His Credit If Ti. I Pill W 4 I hiKKI IKY FOR CAL. AUTO THEFT nntneiier. Anni zu. l.enrnr tvm been absent from thla city for sev- years, was arrested In Watorbury av evonlncr Dy Denutv Sheriff P. T nn and broucrht this for&nnnn in i . J ... V. nnllA A T . for automobile stealing and the Ifornla authorities have telegraphed t they will come to Montpeller to i . a 1. . . .11.1 in iiviiL ejLiriMiiuuii. trade of printer In Waterbury since t time. Last month unier of Police nolly of this city received a clrcu lisued by the Los Angeles police partment advUlng that said Tyrell wanted lor automobile stealing. ef Connolly Immediately Kot Into rltles with tho result that tha ;ittr uouaiu pauniiou lltnv I yreil WHS man wanted and he located him tn terbury, X telegram received by tii h rrimi i v r- 1 1 nnvinn' t t n a 'a clever nutomchllc (hlef" Paris, April 21. (By the Associated Press). Jules Vadrlnes, a noted French aviator, was killed to-day when hlB ma chine fell In tho Department of Drome while Vedrlnes was attempting to make a non-stop flight from Vlllacoublay to Rome. The mechanician In the machine also was killed. Vedrlnes left Vlllacoublay with the In tention of making a non-stop flight to Rome. Tho airplane he used was built to bombard Berlin and weighed flvo and one-half tonB. He had a strong wind at his back when he left Vlllacoublay at 8:30 a. m. The machine In which they were making the trip was wrecked. The accident occurred about 10:30 o'clock this morning at Les Fouillouses, and It Is believed it was due to the machine col lapsing In the air. The aviators fell from a great height and the deaths of both were Instantaneous. The mail sack which Vedrlnes was carrying to Rome was found among the debris. Jules Vedrlnes, whose death Is reported In tho fall of hta airplane, was one of the leading French airmen. Ho was one of the first Frenchmen to take up avia tion and during the years 1911 and 1912 was very active In aorlal races In Europe, winning the Paris-Madrid race, finishing fourth in the European circuit race, and making various records for height, dis tance and speed of finishing second In the British circuit race. He was one of tho first aviators to fly from London to Paris, doing this on August 4, 1911. On April 29, 1912, almost seven years ago, Vedrlnes was Injured seriously by the fall of his machine at St. Dennis. Ho recovered from his Injuries and In August, of that year ho came to America and won the Inter national aviation race at Chicago on Sep tember 9. In 1913 he flow from Paris to Cairo. Vedrlnes served In the French aerial service early in the war and was later mado an Instructor. On January 19, this year, he landed on a oof of a building with an airplane. VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT Rutland, April 20. A jury In Rutland county court lato Saturday returned a verdict In favor of the defendant In the case of MrB. Ellen Dernier of West Rut land vs. the Rutland Railway, Light & Power Co., In which damages of 13,600 were sought on the ground that tho com pany ruined two of tho plaintiff's meadows by causing Caatleton river to flood them. The allegation was that the corporation changed tho course of the stream In building a trolley car track In 1902. The defense showed that sand from marble mills at West Rutland car ried by the stream hurt the meadows. TIIKY HIT THR SPOT D. McMlllen, Volunteer Fireman's Home, Hudson, N, X., writes: "Foley Kidney rills are Ilka a stream of water played on a fire by firemen. They' hit the spot, put out the fire and drown the pain." Foley Kidney Pills relieve rheumatic pains, backache, sore muscles and other eymptona of kidney and blad der trouble. J. W. O'Sullivan, 30 "Church St. (Adv.) I Company D: 1 Ethan Allen. Headquarters detachment: Corp. Wil bur Garfield, St. Johnsbury; Pvt. Paul Oibson, Fort Ethan Allen; Wagoner Leo Cushlng, St. Albans. In Headquarters: Harold Knight, Thomas Carroll, Albert Douglass, Francis Deyo, Fort Ethan Allen; Petor Hill, Col chester; Charles Kangus, Colchester; Carroll Smith, Burlington; Michael Stack, Bellows Falls. 102nd field hospital: Sergeant Harcourt Grant, Burlington:; 101th nmbulance com pany, Duena Bannister, Springfield; 104th field hospital, Corporal Harold Liberty, Fort Ethan Allen; Wagoner Earlo Dukett, Pittsford; Robert Cooney, Fort Ethan Allen; James Sullivan, Harris Alexander, Bcrnle Johnson, Lysle Webster, Fort Ethan Allen; Andrew Daly, Pittsford;. Headquarters company: Sergeant Wil liam Kelloy, Rutland; Corporal Charles Langmald, Brattlcboro; Sergeant Charles Lanoutte, Northfleld; Wagoner Joseph Hoyt, Fort Ethan Allen. 101ST AMMUNITION TRAIN Co. A, 101st ammunition train: Lieut. Lou Emery, Burlington; Dorand Blanch ard, Colchester; Fletcher Douglass, Col chester; Halod Turner, Springfield; Merevln Taylor, Fred Walnwrlght, George White, Fort Ethan Allen. Co. B: Corporal John Fltzslmmons, Rutland; James Potter, Rutland; Wag oner Theodore Davis, Springfield; Dor win Ranson, Springfield; Albert Elllls, Colchester; Eugene Mahar, Colchester. Headquarters: Major H. W. Taylor, Burlington; medical supply unit, Leslie Barnet, Burlington. 102nd ambulance company: Dewey Houston, Burlington. 103rd nmbulance company :Sergeant Al fred Durkee, Burlington; Waldo Rooney, Fort Ethan Allen; Fred Dow, Pittsford. FOR BOYS' ENTERTAINMENT The officers of the 101st Ammuniton Train Auxiliary In the Llttlo building are getting affairs In shapo for tho entertain ment of the boys who are returning and havo returned from France and who have been members of the 101st Ammunition Train, of which Col. W. J. Kevllle of Bel mont, Mass., was the commanding or flcer. Mrs. Kevlllo Is the president of the organization and has been on the hustle for several days, an unexpected Incident being tho arrival of her hus band who came Thursday morning a woek ahead of time. The other officers of the organization are: Mrs. H. W. Porter, vice-president; Mrs. H. S. Cush lng, secretary, Mrs. F. H. Roberts, treas urer; Miss M. I. Robertson, assistant treasurer; Mrs. A. W. Burton, recording secretary. Mrs. A. D. Harris of Mont peller has beon working with the com mittee and during the last week went to the ofllco nearly every day. She went down the harbor on tho mothers' boat on the nrrival of the two transports last week. Tho association has furnished consider able entertainment for the boys who came Into tho city from Devena before going to their homes but the big work will come this woek when the boys will have returned from tho 72 or less hours of leave. Tho officers have gathered a sub stantial sum of money to help In tho entertainment of tho boys so that the Ve-mont boys will bo In good hands. REAL VERMONT UNIT The 101 st Ammunition Train originally was composed of 910 men of which Ver mont furnished Tii. Nearly all of tho of ficers were from Vermont. Major Ashley was originally second In command but after arrival In France wont to the 93rd division for other service, having mado application for more active service. He Is on hand to help In giving the boys a welcome back to America, EXTRA TICKETS FOR PARADE The arrival of tho Now Jersey so close to the date of tho parade has caused Gen. H. T. Johnson to tnko precaution relative to securing tickets on tho grand stand for the relatives of tho boys who are now expected to-morrow or Wednes day, and Saturday morning ut the State House he obtained over 1,000 tickets which he will Individually supervise giv ing to the relatives of those boys from Vormont who arrive on the Now Jersey. Relatives of those boyB may mako nppll cation for tickets directly to General Johnson at tho Parker House, They may apply to him up to ten o'clock Friday morning, April 5. This glvos those who have not had a chance to get tickets through the regular channels nn oppor tunlty to seo their boys parade Friday. Applications must stato the relationship or tne applicant to the soldier In whose namo the applicants are to receive tickets. This will afford ample oppor tunny for those whoso boys will not reach Camp Dovens until Tuosday and possibly Wednesday to secure their places In tho grandstand on Commonwealth avenue. Meet Victory Liberty Loan luon of $234,000 St. AlbanB, April 21. Six o'clock to-night tho blowing of whistles and tho ringing of bells announced that St. Albans had gone "over tho top" with tho Victory Liberty Loan. St. Albans' quota was $234,000. Bridport Dairy Co. Brldport, April 17, At a meeting at the town hall 33 milk producers organized as the Brldport Co-operatlvo Dairy Co., Inc., Incorporating for $10,000. Five hun dred cows were pledged to support tho proposition. The Dairy company pro poses to mako cheese through the sum mer months, while through the winter whole milk will be shipped to the New York or Boston market. Early this week a charter was granted the Dairy company and they have begun business. Tho Charles Ellthorpo prop erty has been purchased and a substan tial building on this property will be re modelled and equipped for making cheese, so that by, June 1 tho company will be In poBltlon to receive milk. Directors of the company aro M. T. Wolcott, C. A. Sunderland, F. A. Nlsun. II. N. Sollace. G. F. Wolcott, H. K. Wright and N. W. Russell: auditors, Jacob DeLceuw, Patrick Cook and H. L. Hemenway. SAXONIA SENDS TUGTOBOTTOM Deplorable Accident Dampens Joy of 1,362 Homecoming Troops on Transport irnwr, mrcss want ads pat best GOOD POSITION SECURED General Johnson has secured the block of 1,000 tickets In an especially good part of the long grandstand well towards the point where the parade makes the turn, The stand Is about threo miles long and so constructed that tho soldlnrti will march up one side of It and, making a New York, April 17. The homecoming lov of 1.362 American troops on the steamer Snxonla was dashed this after noon when the soldiers, clustered cheer ing at tho rail, saw the naval tug Free hold sent to the bottom of the Hudson river by a blow from the Saxonla's propeller, as she was working to warp the big liner Into her pier. A muster of the Freehold's crew to night showed three men missing. Rescued members of tho crew said that they saw Larry Lanahan, chief machinist's mate, sink after a short struggle. It was thought posslblo that tho other two men unaccounted for had been picked up by small boats and taken ashore. Tho sinking of the tug waa one of tho most dramatic marine accidents which has ever occurred hero. Tho cheers which a moment before had been echoing back and forth from transport to dock, were suddenly hushed and from the stern of tho great vessel came the sound of rend- ng steel and wood. Tho Saxonla's decks, crowded to the rail with returning troops, hole and wounded alike, were the scone of great est confusion which lasted, however, but for an Instant. Then quick thinking, fighting men alive to tho hazards of No Man's Land, put their thoughts into action. Ropes wore thrown overboard and Ave seamen pulled from the Hudson. Meanwhllo the naval tug Crawford, also ensured In warping tho fiaxonla Into her dock, wont to tho rescue and saved three moro lives. Police, working from tho pier, rescued another throe and a row boat, hastily put out from the shore, brought tho total of thoBe saved to 14. The Freehold was less than three .mm utes in sinking. According to witnesses, it was Bhortly before 4:30, when tho tug, pulling tho vessel's stern around, re ceived Its doath blow. Witnesses said that the commander of tho Saxonla evidently Intended to aid tho tug by giving tho larger craft a "Kick ahead." The nulck rush of water, however, sucked tho tug In under the stem and the Saxonla's 30 ton propeller blade de scended like a knlfo on tho stern ofcthe smaller vessel. ThoBo on the dock naraiy naa time to run tn tho der head before the tug's stack disappeared beneath tho murky waters of tho Hudson. Only tho tips of hor masts remained above the sur face. Wool Growers Association Nnrth Hero. April 18,-The Grand Islo County Wool Growers' association has boon organized here, Its purpose being to market co-operatively thlB year's crop of wool and to develop tho Industry. Aoout two carloads of wool aro to be marketed soon and all farmers Interested are asked to communicate with some of tho offlcors. The officers elected ore as fol nrnnlilent. Harold Phelps of South Hero; vice-president, Homer Keelcr of South Hero; secretary u.u.r, n nnnds of North iiero; directors, Walter Hutchins of North Hero. John Horrlcan of Norm "'" " , TU.tl, Hero, William Hazen o n.'; i.,. .ml Mrs. E. S. Fluery of iBle La Motfe. Boston. April 22. Governor Clement with other New Englnnd Governors this afternoon rovlowcd tho returned 26th Division. Vermont's Stato flag was one of threo that was carrllcd on the occa sion, following the decorating of tho standards of those units In the division that havo standards. In presenting the decorations General Halo stated that the presentation of ribbons did not mean that tho othor units In tho division had not been cltod and were not entitled to tho honor, but that It was because they did not carry standards. Tho Signal Corps, Ammunition Train and some others did not receive the decoration. None of the 49 men decorated for brav ery were Vermonters, according to the boat Information obtainable. Men from Vermont were In nearly every organization whose standards were decorated. It Is expected now that the boats to meet the Now Jersey will leave the various docks about 11 o'clock Wed nesday morning. The battleship with Homo 530 Vermont boys on her will dock nbout two o'clock If the present plan Is perfected, according to the latest In formation this evening. Many delegations from Vermont are present to help in giving tho reception to the boys. Interest In Massachusetts over tho arrival of the New Jersey Is not as enthusiastic as when the others camo to the harbor. The following Vermont boys returned on the Patricia and Winlfrcdlan: Corp. C. H. Schryer, Rutland; Wagoner M. R. Hawkins, Ira; Guy Hutchins, Bristol; Robert Smallcy, Stowe; Oliver St. Petor, Proctor; Henry Wilcox, Westminster; Lewis viiklns, St. Johnsbury; Thomas English, Rutland; William English. Rut land; Clayton Marchla, Fairfield; Thomas Russell, St. Johnsbury. Co. A, 102nd machine gun battalion: Sergt. Joseph Colomb, Rutland; bugler Frank Lucas, St. Johnsbury; Earl Bemls, Windsor; Cook Milton Jameson, Hard wick; Alexander Smith. Walden; Private Levi Leavltt, Royalton; Edward Roberts, Fairhaven; Charles Liseby, Mendon; Charles Read, Rutland; Maurice Dorin, Rutland; Attlllo Franzonl, Rutland; Arthur Leonard, St. Johnsbury; Alvah Dresser, Lyndon; John Enfield, Rutland; Robert Turner, Manchester; Charles Mabello, Underbill ; Clarence Qulnn, Rut land; Frank Felkey, West Rutland; Corp. Herman Weaver, West Rutland; Moses Ccrcsoll, Barre; Sumner Peterson, Montpeller; Charles Gleason, Man chester; Horace Hlckcy, Rutland; Timothy KUloran, Burlington; Howard Shortslceves, Rutland; Harrison Hall, Rutland; Kenneth Pelrce. St. Johnsbury; Thomas Mahar, Rutland. Company B, 102nd machine gun bat talion: D. P. Rowe, Barnet; Clyde Green Danville: Clarence Forbes, Lyndon; Cook Harold Blake, Lyndon; Joseph Fathoms, Fitzdale; Arthur Heon, St. Johnsbury; Raymond Cassidy, Charles Clark, St. Johnsbury; Benjamin Clifford, Danville; Alexander Topman, St. Johnsbury; Sergt. Edward Brown, St. Johnsbury; Harold Gleason, Orleans; L. L. Lacorax, St. Johnsbury; Ralph Oilman, Hardwlck; Edward Emmons, MorrlBvllle; Donat LaCrolx, St. Johns bury; Miles Berry, Albert Garrand, Al bert Turain, Philip Lamalre, Arlow Hatch, Henry LaLlberty, St. Johnsbury; Earl Rodgers, Danville; Oliver Ouellette, Ernest Norton, Lyndon; William Hler, Bristol. Co. C, 102nd machine gun battalion: Segt. Sydney Morrency, St. Johnsbury; Cook Paul Parlezo, Barre; Mechanic Louis Blanchard, Rutland; Noah Fre- dotte, Florence; Henry Weeks, Rutland; Edward Berry, Mendon; Levi Munson, Poultney; Ralph Parker, Chester; Corp. Robert Eddy, Walllngford; Albert Wil son, Poultney; Henry Kerr, Walllngford; Edmund Beauchamp, Rutland; Joseph Doucette, Pittsford; Norrls Hammond, Ludlow; Belno Wholdon, Ludlow; Frank Shedd, Rutland; Corp. Vernon Arkley, Rutland; William Chomptne, Florence, Thomas Courcelle, Rutland; William Dor son, Walllngford; Daniel Slackmer, Man chester; William Donovan, Rutland; Howard Knox, Rutland; Robert Davis, Fairhaven; Gordon Roberts, Fairhaven; John Ryan, Rutland; Joseph Champlne, Florence; Ralph Clark, Rutland; Segt. Phillip Rich, Rutland; Dana Pike, Rut land; Lowell Lewis, Fairhaven; Flavlen Rouseau, Rutland; William Larramec, Fairhaven; Charles Gagnon, St. Johns bury; Anthony Alberlco, Rutland; Ben jamin Donnlnson, Lyndon; Frederick Alexander, Rutland; William Dlnn, North Clarendon. Sanitary detachment: 101st Held signal battalion; George Eyler, Pittsford. Headquarters detachment 103rd machine gun battalion: Segt. Edward liushour, Fnlrfax; Wagoner Clyde Brooks, Mont gomery; Mark Clapp, Montgomery; Earl Conger, Burlington; Charles Hope, Rut land; Herbert Leach, Bellows Falls; Ir ving Loher, Westminster; James McCon- nell, St. Albans; Wilfred Qulntln, St. Albans. Sanitary detachment, 103rd: Ernest Steward, Hydo Park; Charles Wheeler, Pittsford. Co. A, 103rd; Sergt. James McDonald, Bellows Falls; Harold Nellson, London derry; Jasper Orthner, Swanton; James Doucette, Bellows Falls; Sergt. Robert Moody, West Berlin; Dean Bradley, Hartland; Baptlste Aumand, Bellows Falls; Corp. William Carney, Bellows Falls; Harry Davis, Bellows Falls; Dav id B. Wright. Bradford; Oliver Murphy, Hartland; William Moore, Bethel; Lind say Belknap, Bellows Falls; Walter Col burn, Windsor; Royal Downing, Brad ford; Mechanic Alfred Homand, Bellows Falls; Bugler Carl Prescott, Bradford; Cook John Daly, St. Albans; William Bowden, Hartford; William McMann, Windsor; Arthur Rogers, Northfleld; Roy Tuppor, Bakorsfleld; Arthur Johnes, Berk shire. Co. B, 103rd; Lieut. Frank Stewart, Hydo Park; Sergt Arthur Rogerson, Rlchford; Leon Barnes, Bethel; Frank Shannon, St. Albans; Homer Rlohard, St. Albans Bay; Stuart Martin, Swanton; John Atkinson, St, Albans; Sergt. Alferle Lafloury, Rlchford; Richard Pollard. Hartford; Henry Tatro, St. Albans; An tony Moraskl, Bellows Falls; Michael Butler, Hlghgate; Corp. Carrol Comings, Rlchford; Archie Petrle, Oroton; Sergt. Michael Manning, Bellows Falls; Ray mond Butterfleld, Lunenburg; Howard Clevoland, St. Albans; Corp, Harold Em ery, tvranton; Kenneth elreene, St. Al bans; Frederick McOlnnls, Troy; Jay Goodscll, Bellows Falls; Hrgt. Michael Kelloy, Bellows Falls; Louis Mayo, St. Albans; Paul Broulllotto. Enosbiirg; Hnr voy Mayo, St. Albans; Wesley Barnes Bakorsfleld; Frank Bognskl, Wilder; Corp. Robert Ostrowskl, Enosburg Falls; Newton Lumbra, Montgomery; Sergt. Walter Bell, Swanton; Corp. Emmotte Ryor, Swnnton; Charles Shover, Rlch ford; Sergt. Arthur Sherman, Bellows Falls; Cook Edward Taylor, Swanton; Mechanic Harold Turner, Sheldon; Er nest Baker, Montgomery; Clnrenco Ilo honon, Swanton, Co. C, 103rd: Major Wllllnm Munsoll, Wells River; Lieut. Robert Welbridgo, Post Mills; Mechnnlc Fred Cnrron, Enos burg; Napoleon Belalr, Bellows Falls; Sergt. Oscar Carter, Mountain Mills; Claronco Smith, Pnnton; Raymond White, Hollows Falls: Fred ICenrns, Wostmln- stcr; 'Georgo Farmer, Rlchford; Eugene Tatro, Eden Mills; Ozzle Gilbert, Graf inn; Rerct. Mnurlco Costln, Bellows Falls; Arthur Tllloy, St. Albans; Howard Grif fith, Wllllumstown; Corp. Joseph Grlg- non, BcllowB Falls; uoncrt l.uco, uuri land; Glen Farr, Bradford; Sergt. Henry Boucher, Bollows Falls; Adam A. u. Elwoll, Bennington; John MCAUiurc, Bellows Fnlls; Clifton Kelly, Barre; Leonard Gamin, Bellows Falls; Oorrton Fontaine, Bellows Fnlls; Henry Gottardl, Iteadsboro: Peter Penno, St. Albans; Con- stanzo Foramlca, Wilmington; Thomas Enrlght, Bennington. Co. D, 103rd: Capt. Joseph Mnns, St. Albans; Llout. Irwin Newton, Starks- boro; Lieut. Sheridan Dow, Burlington; Sergt. Harry Walsh, St. Albans; Eugene Taylor, St. Albans; Roy Trombloy, Si mon Godfrey, Bugler Owen Daley, St. Albans; Henry Barber, Montgomery; Sergt. Ernest Nyo, St. Albans; Corp. Francis Hurley, Fairfax; Dewey Dan iels, St. Albans; Ambrose McManuH. Stowe; Augustus Jordan, Fairfield; John Strong. Bradford; Sergt. Charles Ladrau, St. Albans; Corp. John Bushcy, St. Al bans; Carl Nlles, Alburg; Corp. Eugene Laurlcr, St. Albans; Charles Shannon. St. Albans; Morris Chapman, Enosburg; Nelson Hakcy, Swanton; Ray Roberts, Rlchford; Harold Llttlo, St. Albans; Corn. Donald Miles, St. Albans; John English, St. Albans; Ernest Mcrcla, Mor rlnvllle: Hcnrv John. Bakersfleld; Allan Nixon. Barro; Martin Murphy, Bradford; Fred Lousnls, Bradford; Ben Parker, Morrlsvllle; Alexander Robertson. Barro; Cook Wilfred Meyotte, Berkshire; Me chanic Cllvo Qulmby, St. Albans. Every man returned In this company excepting five were Vermont boys. Battery F, 101st artillery: Victor Fon dry. Napoleon Grcno, Burlington. Battery A, 102nd artillery: Edgar Cole man, Barro; Francis Rancloes, Canaan. Mall detachment, 26th division: William C. Wright, Brailtora. VERMONT OS OM E Governor Clement and Party at Commonwealth Pier, Boston, to Greet Soldiers Returning on the Patricia SHIP AHEAD OF SCHEDULE Hoy Ilnd Unusnnl Experience on Way Over Reported That German Tried to ffet Klre to Ship and Made Attempt tn Sink It State's Prison for Larceny Mlddlebury, April 18. Earl Woodruff of Granville was brought to town yester day by Deputy Sheriff Henry E. Jcnnett of Oranvlllo on a charge of having burg larized tho store of Harry Hubbard sev eral days ago, taking, It was claimed, some cartridge.', revolvers, tobacco, etc.. to the value of $50. He was In Addison county municipal court this morning and pleaded guilty to the charge and was sen tenced by Judge A. W. Dickens to servo not less than three nor more than four years at hard labor In the State's prison at Windsor. Dairy Company Has $6,800 Montpellor, April 20. Articles of as sociation have been filed with the secre tary of State by tho Gulf Road Co operative Dairy Co., Inc., of Randolph. The company has capital stock of $10,000 with paid up capital of $6,800. SEVERA VERMONT L T01SJEAT QOOTA Proctor Makes 300 Per Cent. Subscriptions to the Victory Loan Rutland, April 21. The Victory Loan campaign opened here with a parade In which a thousand persons. Including re turned sailors and soldiers, Red Cross workers, cantecners, Company B, V. V, M., nnd canvassers took part. An auto carried a crowd of young people singing campaign songs and another was occupied by Liberty. Chairman Miles S. Sawyer said that about 75 per cent, of the applications for subscriptions were as largo or larger than for the fourth loan. Tho Rutland railroad offices have a 100 per cent, record xind scores of business places havo 75 per cent, pennants. State Chairman Edmund R. Morso of this city said that many towns had gone over the top by 9:00 a. m. Manchester was first and Wilmington was next with a 20 per cent, over-subscription. Proctor has a 300 per cent, record. Other towns aro: Danville, Sutton, Hardwlck, Walden, Klrby, Waterford, Lyndon, Whcclock, Stannard, St. Johnsbury, Berkshire, Shef field, Montgomery, Newark, Rlchford, Morgan, Orleans, Fair Haven, Danby, Mount Tabor, Proctor, West Rutland, Proctorsvllle, CALEDONIA REPORTS FIRST St. Johnsbury, April 21. County Chair man A. B. Noyes wired State Chairman Morso that all but flvo of the 17 towns In Caledonia county had gone over the top Monday noon and that the rest would follow suit before Wednesday night. Col. Morse replied that Caledonia county led tho State In making Its report of vtho Victory Loan. Of tho county quota of $723,000, St. Johnsbury met Its allotment of $407,000 nt a dinner at the St. Johns bury House Sunday night. Lyndon went over the top Saturday night by sub scribing Its quotn of $100,000. Boston, Mass., April 17. The boat In formation that can bo obtained to-night Is that the Winlfrcdlan will dock at 7:30 o'clock to-morrow morning. Boats will leave their respective docks at 8:00 a. m. The Vermont boys In the Patricia arrived In fine spirits to-day, the boat being about two houra later than was expected. Most of these Vermontcrs on this ship were from Rutland and St. Albans al though thoro were a few from Barre, St. Johnsbury and southern towns In the Stnto. The boys had an experience, according lo their story, that will be remembered namely that of an effort to short circuit tho electrical apparatus of tho boat by a German officer ono of four on the ship who accompanied the Yankee crew for the purpose of interpreting instructions relatlvo to the boat's operation. Soldiers also stated that this man pulled the water plugs on one sldo of tho boat when they wero In mid-ocean and that the vessel listed badly to one side. The man was placed under arrest they stated. Governor Clement, Major Ooodell, Adjutant-General Johnson and manv others from different parts of the State wero present to welcome the boys. The Governor's party went to the Common wealth pier where several of the boys wero convened Including Leutenant Tcnncy, who was In a German prison for some months and who had to go to an American hospital after he was re leased from the German prison. The arrival of the Patricia one day ahead of Its expected schedule prevented many who had planned to come here being present. Col. W. J. Kevllle. com- J mantling officer of the 101st Ammunition Train, was commanding officer of the soldiers on the vessel. Major J. M. Ashley, who was formerly associated with Colonel Kevllle, was present. Colonel Kevllle greeted his aged mother at the pier. Mrs. Kevllle' Is completing arrangements for the wel come of the 101st Ammunition Train next week. Rutland boys with whom the re porter talked stated they were foelin& fine, but they wanted to get home. They stated that Brest is now as one of the best camps in France and that improve ments have been marked In tho last few weeks. Captain Munsell, formerly ot Company K, Springfield, was recently promoted to major. Captain Woods of St. Albans taking his place In command of Company C, 103rd Machine Gun Bat talion. Members of the 102nd and 103rtJ Machine Gun Battalions. Signal Corps, and casuals arrived to-di..,. No speeches were mado on tho boat. Boston, April 17. A German agent on the transport Patricia to look out for German property, attempted to set Are to tho vessel as It was ncarlng Boston with more thnn 2,000 American soldiers ac cording to Major Frank W. Cavanaugh, one of the officers on board. The man had been locked In a state room because of his actions. When a guard left the room, the Gorman, whose name was given as Fisher, Is alleged to have manipulated electric wires In such a way as to start a blaze In the stateroom. The guard found a lively Are burning when ha returned. Members qf the crew extinguished the fire and Flshor was placed In Irons. The German was ono of five of his country men placed on board the Patricia by con sent of the allied governments to watch the Hamburg-American lino's property. He was formerly a second officer on a Ger man merchant ship. The Patricia, which halls from Ham burg, Is ono of tho first German merchant ships turned over to the allies, and she was put into tho transport service at Brest. Major Cavanaugh said Fisher has acted strange ever since they left the French port. FORMER WAR PRISONER HOME ON FURLOUGH SPRING MEETING Private Earl IIobctb Wm Five Months In German Prtxon Danville, April 21. Private Hart Rogers of tho One Hundred and Sec ond Machine Gun Battalion got a fur lough from Camp Devens Saturday to reach here if possible before the death of his grandfather, Peter Rogers, but tho latter tiled this morning an hour beforo the boy arrlvod. He was a veteran of the Civil War and aged 82. Private Rogers was captured In the first engagemont of Company B nnd kept five months In a German prison. His diet consisted of raw beets and he was compelled to work 12 hours a day under n German guard, He was reported missing after the engagement and later found In prison by the Red Cross which probably saved his life by supplying him with nourishing food. GRAND ISLE COUNTY FARM BUREAU IS ORGANIZED North Hero, April 18. The Grand Isle County Farm Bureau association held Its first annual meeting In the county court house hero yesterday and organized a permanent association, the 14th one In the State. The officers elected were; OF CAIRO TEMPLE President, Gideon Stanhope of Isle La aioue; vice-presmeni, wiumm niutn ui ClniK of 2H Hhrlnem Is Voted In nt Rutland Rutland, April 22. Tho spring meeting of Cairo Templo waB held here to-day. Tho business moetlng took placo In tho afternoon at the Masonic Temple, The treasurer's report showed a balance of H.192. It was voted to purchase a $1,000 Victory Liberty Loan. A class of 23 candidates was voted In, A banquet was Borved at six o'clock at the Ber wick Hotel, and this was followed by tho ceremonial session at 7:30 o'clock. At 10:30 o'clock a special vaudeville show at the Grand theatre was enjoyed, with talent from New York. SHOWMAN IN BANKRUPTCY Rutland, April 17. F. S. Story of St. Johnsbury, showman and ontertatnor, has filed a petition In bankruptcy In the office In this city of the clerk of the United States Court. His liabili ties are $3,988.48, and he has assets of $200, all claimed exempt. hTero are 63 unsecured creditors, nearly all In St. Johnsbury. Grand Isle; secretary, H. A. Rloe of Alburg; treasurer, G. M. Dodds of North Hero. These ofllcers, together with I. H.Boutah of Alburg, Wyath Hutchins of North Hero and T. B. Landon ol South Hero, form the directors. The business meeting was conducted in tho morning. At noon a luncheon was served by the ladles of the Metho dist Church. In tho ufternoon the fol lowing spoke on tho fnrm bureau work, etc: Roy W. Poaslce of Burlington, county agont from Chittenden county; George M. Hazard ot Charlotte, secre tary of tho Chittenden county organisa tion; Stnnley Painter, State pig and sheep specialists connected with the ex tension service of the University of Ver mont, and Professor of Animal Hus bandry O. M. Camburn of tho University of Vermont. Classified advertising will pull with you In your effort to secure a tenant or to And a buyer for property. LET THE CHILDREN GROW CoughB, cold, "snu files," that hang on tend to weaken the system and a suffer ing, neglectod child spends so much strength combating a cold that the little one cannot grow as fast and wound II body as when free from affliction. Foley's Honey and Tar Is splendid tot . coughs, colds, croup, whooping cbunh.- V J. W, O'Sullivan, 30 Church St. (Adv.