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'THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919. BOLSHEVIK ARRESTED AT E BY U. S. Tall Russian With Red Hot Li- tcrature Evades Immigration 1 Officers at Richford But Is i" 'Apprehended While Waiting for Train . The close watch which Is being kept THINKING OF TAKING DISEASE IN VERMONT," WORK BEES" FOR TRIP TO THE GL00DS?,VERY MUCH DECREASED Retter Telephone Weather Bu reau Station Before You Start and Get a Line on What to Ex pect in the Way of Aerological Conditions No longer do aviators who chance to along the Canadian border for Bolshcvlkl, come to Burlington liavo to look nt the Threatened Epidemics of Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria Prompt ly Handled by District Health Officers and Local Authorities Pediculosis in Pittsford BLOW GIVEN HIGHWAY REPAIRING I OF SMUGGLING ALIENS Disease In Vermont, especially con- Max L. Powell Suggests Utiliz ing Community Spirit by Donning Overalls and Getting Busy on Williston Road Promises to Help Oscar Broe Gets a Year and a Half in Federal Penitentiary Other Sentences Given at Spe cial Session of United States Court Just previous to his departuro on a trip tnglous Olsenso, Is being very much de-!to tho northwest, Mux L. lowell, prcsl resulted in tho deportation Friday of sky and sit and wonder about tho condl- creased theso days through the watchful ,cnt for Vermont of tho Roosevelt Intcr Joseph Brolgroloff, a lino appearing lions they nro to meet before starting vlllgance of the new district health of- national Highway association, was Inter young ltusslan, six feet tall and 32 years off for a little trip. For they can Hud out (leers, who began their now duties .1uly ylowed by a representative of tho I-'reo of ago. BrolgroloK succeeded in Betting much mole exactly Just what to expect' 1, Tills statement comes authoritatively presB relative to uny practical sugges over tho lino and as far as Ens Tlerk- , by Just 'phoning the weather bureau, from lr. Charles F. Dalton, seciotary of tlona wnch no might have to make for shire before he was apprehended. He 'and there, with tho help ot tho new ap- the Vermont Stato Hoard of Health, who lne improvement of the part of tho had with him a quantity of bolshevik paratus In nerologlcal research work re- bases his assumption on tho figures of Roosevelt highway which lies within tho literature and stated t tho Inspectors, cently Installed, the unswer can be quickly the last few months since the''new dls- stale. In this connection, Mr. Powell when asked how It happened that ho given. trict health officers btgnn their work. jsald: spoke English so well, that he had been Hut how to get that answer Is what For litstanro, Dr. Dalton states that tho -i ,nvo been giving that question ser to collego In New York city three vents, puzzles most of us. First, If It Is a cloudy number of diphtheria, typhoid fever and 'mis thought. Thu State highway depart Brolgrololt admitted Under the exam- day, as was yesterday, you choose a red hcarlcl fever cases In tho State Is very moMt s facing a real problom, and It Is Ination that ho was a Bolshevik and had balloon from a pile nearby, or, if the sun low for tills time of year. During the our duly to help all wo can. It Is an been for the last few years In Russia, shines, a white one. Then you go upstairs , month, of October, there were only 2.1 casy matter to sit back, look wise, and Ho had left that country, bound for tho and weigh tho balloon. This particular case's of diphtheria, nine cases of typhoid grumble and growl at our highway de United States. In England ho had en- one weighed 22 grams. Now this balloon fever and 2l cases of scarlet fever In tho partment. But no criticism avails much deavorcd to got a passport from a con-'must have just enough gas In It to give entlro State. These are dangerous con- unif.sa ( points to p, remedy. I hato a chronic 'kicker,' whoso only asset is a kick.' "Tho problem Is one of labor, not of finance. Tho federal aid, with State money, .1 ..... t. I. 1. a .In, ,-niltiArl In 'It n,i ncOAiiulfinnl t-ntn nt OAA mnlnru ft tni-lm.u rllufMiuna nnrl whftti innn atnrtnrl como along anyway and secured a Job on minute, or nbout CIO feet. To do this it an epidemic of them proves very hard to a steamer bound for Hnllfax. When ho must bo tilled with enough gas (hydrogen control. reached that nlaee. he deserted his Is used) to lift a certain weight. Tho i Not only have there been fewer cases ateamor and cot to Montreal, whero he difference between the weight of the i than usual of theso dlf-enses for this 3 .-Ivlnir us nit wnv.nn nrnnorlv vutiil secured a ticket for Hlghwntcr, which balloon and this specified weight It put ' time ot year, but Dr. Dalton Mates that at present. With quickened Industry, for ts the last Canadian point before going on the pan of some scales, tho balloon at- : threatening epidemics of both scarlet ven laborers returning to tho horr.c ooun ovor the line Into tho United States. itaohed and when It lilts the weight exact- fever and diphtheria In different parts of try, nnd restricted immigration, thu 's.i.'r The man showed that he knew hid My, there is Just the right amount of the State were discovered In time and so problem In sorlous Indued. What, . wo geography well, for ho knew that he could gas. Just as tho weight of the different promptly handled by tho district health do? get Into the United States at lllchford balloons varies slightly, so does the officers, co-operating witn tho local au- ; "The road between Burlington and while ostensibly bound for Hlghwator, diameter of tho balloon, when Inflated, j thorities, that the epidemics were stamped williston is not a highway. It Is a series for tho railroad enters this country for and this balloon had an averago diameter ;""t before they became dangerous. In no 0f bumps. Any ono who has a spinal a few miles and then goes back Into of 72 centimeters, or about SO Inches. jpart of the Stato at tho present time is column, coming Into Burlington from any Canada. Ho tried to avoid all nppcar- Having everything ready, Charles N. there nn.opldemlc of any contagious dls- direction, except over the lake, can locate ances of getting oft tho train at lllch- Bqmls, who was sent to Burlington for 'ease existing. ihiinso.f with his eyes shut as nearlng the ford, but Just before the train reached this work, and F. E. Hnrtwell, meteoro- . It Is being proven more and more each Queen City. South Burlington has mora nichford he walked to the rear and when loglst at tho weather bureau, took tho ' month that tho district health officer plan public spirit than grand list and cannot he thought no one was looking, got off balloon and a queer looking Instrument n iUl one, both practicable and i, naked to keep up tho highways for the car on the side away from tho station called a theodolite, which measures ! efficient, according to Dr. Dalton. Com- tho Immense tourist nnd truck traffic of nnd made for somo woods nearby. horizontal and vertical angles. It looked "'unities are realizing as never before our city. His absence was noticed soon by the much like tho Instrument carried by aiwhat it means to have a real definite "When I wni 12 years old I went to Immigration officials and Inspector A. L. purveyor, only as Mr. Boinls said, it health program to fol:w, which Is unl- Vermont Academy at Saxtons River. The Weeks was notified. He In turn stirred would measure angles In tho sky as well, i versal throughout tho entire State. 'campus looked like a desert with stone3 lip the country about and tho fine look- Perhnps that will help In the work of 1,1 a" Parts of the Stale, tho people and rocks In place of sand. Every Satur Ing Russian was apprehended by a conn- surveying when aviation becomes more ns n w'le, and tho physicians especially, day afternoon, the boys, under the leader try sheriff In East Berkshire, where he general and traffic rules are needed. "ro eo-operntlng splendidly with tho dls- Hi,p f Major Spooner, later president was waiting for a train. Hn had walked The Instrument was set at a given posl- tr!ut health otlicers to mako the health of Norwich University, worked on that cross-country, a d'stance of five miles. tion on the roof of the building, this posl- I'rosra a success. In practically every campus. I wasn't bigger than a pint of Brotgroloff was taken to the board of tlon having been determined by tho stars t ,own '" tlle sta,e boards of health, con- cider, but I hnd n similar capacity for Immigration Inspectors at Newport and some time before. It Is the center of a ' "istlng of tno three selectmen ot the 'work' In me. I remember one afternoon there was put under examination. His block of cement and from time to time 1 low". have been organized in harmony i was tugging at a rock which outweighed literature was examined and contained observations are made to see If its posl- j 11,0 working of the district health me, when tho principal paid me a rom- ihiieh red-hot stuff, which nrobablv would tion is strictly correct. Then at exnptlv ""'cer plan. Excellent co-operation Is pllment 1 shall never forget. He said: be used for samples in the country and 3:13 o'clock everything Is done on the dot ,H'"'B Riven the district health offlccr -Max, UiIh Is another ease of Multum In copied extensively. Ho finally admitted up there the balloon was released and It tl,cae Ioc"l boards. He acts as secre- Parvo.' Before commencement, we had the whole thing. He said that his rar- flew off at a great clip, for the wind was ents were living In tho United States, ! blowing al the rate of 26 miles an hour but he could produce no evidence to that .yesterday. It sailed on and on and when effect. As a result of the hearing, lit began to look as though it would dls Brolgroioff was ordered deported. At the appear in a moment, Mr. Hartwell said to Canadian line were waiting the anxious .Mr. Bemls, "Read." He read the verniers tary of each of the town -i.onrds. made that ramnus. with no expense School inspection, with the Idea of Im- except for tools, to 'bloom and blossom proving health conditions among the chli- like the rose.' dren of tho State, has formed a proml- I "Why cannot wo utilize our community ncnt part of the work of tho district 1 spirit, and In addition to singing songs, health ofllcers since they came into office, dancing dances and dreaming dreams. Canadian officers, who speeded the Rus- attached to the Instrument and reported. 1 As n refluIt tllcse inspections, which which Is all right enough, only, as Ian back to his boat and he will soon find himself back In England, whero he may not remain long if they find him. Never in the history of the immlgra- For several minutes this went on tho havo lnclu''ed nearly every schoolhouso Brother Burnap used to say, doesn't balloon growling more and more Indistinct ' ,n Vermont uiK or small, many recom- 'butter any parsnips,' why cannot we get to tho naked eye. Finally Mr. Bemls in- mennauons mane oy tne neaun omcera t into overalls and make roads? vlted the renortnr in lnnk nt li nmi thmir:, ! hve been adopted by the local author!- , "If my friends. 'Stnd' Bates, will rive Hon department has It been called on to Mt had gone out of sight before ho looked. I t,CB' and tMU sanitary conditions and gen- 'us the use of those "0 government trucks, do so much work as at present. Last he saw It sailing away into the clouds'0"11 lu'aUh Proeram of the schools Is for which tho Stnte is paying storage, I month from the Newport office alone 103 and found that by turning tho Instru- ! much lmPr0Ved many sections of the will guaranteo volunteer 1,000 workers were ordered deported and 330 were ad-'ment It could bo brought directlv In lino I Slnte- Medical Inspection of the pupils from Burlington and wo will work after- mttted only temporarly. About 1,000 were 'with the center of two cross hairs.!'" , n iu.imlim.uh noons in squnas ot iw) eacn, and. In three examined, but more than one-half were allowed to go Upon presentation of satis factory proofs. 'Newport Is on tho direct route from Quebec to New York on the Malno Cen tral and on tho lino from Montreal to New England points on the Canadian Pacific. In addition to tho trains tho nlno Inspectors have tho highways nnd open country to watch. The government is Keenly watching nil Its boundaries for undesirable aliens and the restrictions now extend to lewd women from France. Tho immigration scrvlco is supplied at present with lists of undesirables, somo of whom are war brides, but who cannot gtt Into this country If tycy are known, on account of their records abroad. There," said Mr. Bemls, "Is where tho "lemsolves, has taken up considerable weeks' time, under Thurman Dlx, the road CANADIAN JAILED CkViCht While Trylnar to Avoid Pay ment of Ilrad Tnx Because ho preferred taking an under ground routo and lied to the Immigration Inspector, Edmond Simard, a young Cana dian, will be obliged to serve a TO-day sentence In Washington county Jail for attempting to violate the immigration laws when he could have come into this country without trouble by pitying tho required head tax of eight dollars and thereby complied with the law. Blmard attempted to get over the lino at Newport by the use -it a baptl ar il paper which wan not his own but winch had been sent him for thu purpose by a man In Lynn. He wan noticed on tho train by an Immigration man to whom ll stated that he was born in Lynn and Tio'd lived there all his life. Still, ho could not speak a word of English and tho officer thought the case was worth looking into As a result ho was tnken before the Immigration Inspectors' board at Newport and It developed that tho birth certificate, which he showed was not his own. The inspectors found other interesting things among which was a letter, which had been written in Lynn telling Simard to get Into a Pullman If possible when riding over the lino as the Inspection would not bo so strict there. Ho was also advised to buy some English newspapers and to be reading them when tho in spectors came through. When showing tils money to the inspectors, James C. Ford, inspector in charge of tho station, w a paper In the pockotbook and on Investigating, found It to be Simard's real birth certificate, showing that ho had )en born In Canada. Simard then broke down and told his story to the Inspectors, with tho result that ho was arrested, Ha had never been In the United States be fore but had been promised work In Lynn vlth big wages and was on his way there. The man with whom he had tho correspondence had sent along tho birth certificate to help him get In, At the hearing Friday Judge Howe Sentenced Simard to CO 'lays in Jail. Dis trict -Attorney Builnrl and Inspector, James C. Ford werb at the hearing. Instrument is when wo take the read- ing." After fourteen minutes of this work, llnally the observer said tho balloon had disappeared Into the clouds and data from that particular balloon was nil In. "Sometimes," said Mr. Bemls, "thess balloons are watched for a dlstancu of 40,000 feet but to-day the visibility Is bad." Downstalts (he computing was dono which put tho observations into the lan guage understood by laymen. There it was found that when tho balloon entered time ot many of the district health to Williston will be as smooth as a officers. j billiard table. Another fluid in which the district health j "l think I can porsuade my friend, ofllcers have helped to Improve condl- Vilas, to drop tho League of Nations and tlons Is in tho matter ot cleaning up ( work on the road. It will mean more places where lice have invaded a school physical strength for him nnd possib:y or a district. Several such cases have .more votes. With my two boys und tho been taken up by district health ofticers. j masterful tuition of Professor Putney, I One ot them caused quite a stir Inst have for two summers cultivated my own week in Rutland county court. Dr. B. D. ' garden. I know I can lean as gracefully Colby, houlth oflloer for th Rutland dls- on tho end of hoe-handle as most of tho trict, brought Into that court several mcn who aro drawing four dollars a day cases where the-famllles had allowed their and their breath. So thero will be three children" to continue to go t school in volunteers from my family and I think I the clouds It was oloso to five miles aw.iv I " .lu"",uu '' uc'-,, .ci" I'ersuaue my wire to aon tne overall; and 2.S0O meters or arouund S.GW1 feet m . hw'ari'6" W P district health omccr to, I know she would make a good 'boss ., ,u, , .u , , I, , Keep them out until they could ho treeu Also that although the wind was blowing , ,, , .v. ...ii i. . 'mm lice. HI LUC Oi V ltl!lJ illl MUUI 1JU J-UIiML1 of the earth, at 2.W10 feet it was blowing 20 , ') " ' r I K ' T n ' '., ., , . ,, Peter Fredctte of Pittsford paid a fine 'You say, this is another pipe-dream. Is it? Under right leadership, every com munity In this Stato could get to work, help upbuild the roads by 'working bees' an hour. It also told tho direction of tho,?f ?2" d -c?,Rtf ,,nhcourt T,i a".d " "ftmo timo Ket tlia "h'alc!l1 wind from minute to minute and it varied l" fal ' 10 have one o f 1: lis eh 1- cu.ture which everyone daves'and few from southwest to west southwest. ?nilncd hy PhyMolan be ore tho practice. ' MaMdiiirttN Man ' (an for 1Ibb Mary P. plain street und Wakefield, Mass., qvenlng at the UBt, The , rtred Vernon following Auatl Ctjamplaln street. Only relatives and near, menus were presont. After a yeddlnir trip to Hartford and other tylacea In Connecticut, tho couplo will (oslde at 57 Albion street, Wakefield, Mast. The bride was formerly employ fd at Gould's shoo store nnd tho groom, V.hq has recently returned from over seas, operates tho Urattan bakery In Wakefield. fflk the store nda you will find "spot newt" Information of Immediate Interest n4 'value, child returned to school, after their homo i "At any rate, some wav must be had been placarded by the district health 'devised so that our Roosevelt highway officer on nccount of head lice. The lino will not be a disgrace to the Stato. If, at was suspended, but Fredctte was given . tho proper time, nnd under proper super to understand that in the future he must I vision, the nblo-bodled business men of obey the instructions of tho district health J this State would devote one afternoon a oflleer. week to working on the road, profanity During Mho month of October reports i would be reduced to a minimum. At the end of tho calculations a tele gram is sent to Washington, and yester day's was ns follows: "Burlington, Marbach gobelin misbury nervous nlband nobday tudor chapron tu- dor." Thai Is translated Into English at i Washington and found to mean that at the tf Tl l.alllmrtnn ,1... . . , !.. 1 ! , i,u......h.u ...... , h . ln..t t. contagious diseases "And this would he .mlvcm.nl WMi! ul,u,.n .. ;.... u,. u. Vermont as follows: Measles HD; scar- for there Is not an individual who is not motors at seven different levels are ns stated, that the balloon disappeared into tho clouds at 2.F0O meters and thnt tho clouds are 2,SW meters above tho earth. While there were a few of theso plllot balloons used In this country before the LEASES HOTEL ii. let fever 29; whooping cough ID"; polio myelitis two; chlckenpox S7; diphtheria 23; Influenza 2C; typhoid fever nine; pneu monia 13; mumps 113; syphlllls 20; gonor rhoea C7; tuberculosis 37. Tim tntnl iiiTil.nt r.t nvnmlnti.tno mnlft wr tode trnilnothevelorityanddlieetlonlturlnir Ulu m(mln , tho Hlato ml)r)ratorj. of the air- currents tho work was in a , wus aH followHi Diphtheria SS3; typhoid very primitive stage. But during the war ,g mn)nrla, onc. tuberculosis !U; spyhilis li.uy c.c me ,.y an.m-ry .. ... 1M. K0orrllocn ft. water 47: milk sped aviation tec was thnt the coverea. fcince tne war progrws a.ong .,.,.. mis,,ni..,1,.ni, r.xnmlimtlona for known in this rltv nnrt M ,i,i ,,r,,i this line of work has been rapid and now th(! C0WlH ona. miscellaneous examlna- favorable acquaintance with tho traveling thero are perhaps l.", stations equulpped to13 J2l; public bespeak him signal success in his with this apparatus in the country. Hur- The report ot tho venereal department 1 now location. Tho Addison House In llngton, however, is the only station in for October is as follows: Number "f Mlddlcbury has always been nno of tho benefited, directly or Indirectly, by lin- pioveu highways." Ii. Clogatnn to .Mnnnjre Addlmin IlnuHe nt Mlddlebury Harry E. Clogston, formerly chief clerk at tho New Sherwood Hotel, has leased The business of illegally conducting aliens across the Canadian border Into tho United States was dealt a hard blow Thursday afternoon by Judge Uurland B. Ilowo at a special scssien of United States court when Oscar Broe nan sen tenced to tho fcdcrnl prison nt Atlanta, On., for one year and a half and his t.on, Kenneth was sent to Jail for six months, following their pleas ot guilty to bring ing In nn nutomobllo filled with aliens. Several other sentences wero announced after the respondents hnd p'ended guilty. Max G'asston, who was arrosted sev eral weeks ago for selling Jamaica ginger, pleaded guilty nnd was fined $300, which ho mndo arrangements to r.iy. Olnsston has ceased his traffic in alcohol since his arrest, so far ao Is known, and District Attorney Bullard recommendod tho fino of $300. Max Alpert was fined $W and sentenced to ono day In Jail after ho had pleaded guilty to buying ten pairs of government shoes and somo other prop erty from a soldier, rjcorgo Pappas, a boot black who now lives In Scranton, Pa., was fined the same amount for buy ing a shirt and sweater. Both paid their lines but the law requires a Jail sentenco so thoy remained in Chittenden county jail for ono day. Arthur Taylor of South Farlee was arraigned for sending obsccno .Iteraturo through the mall and pleaded guilty. Ho was arrested by government agents last July and has since been in Jail awaiting trial. He was sentenced to four months more In Jail, making a total of about eight, Taylor was not represented by attorney but It developed that the man, who Is 31 years of age, sent obscene mat ter to a 12-year-old girl, Lizzie Tucker, of Chelsea. Her parents found the letter and tho authorities wero notified, with tho result that Taylor was arrested. He said In his own defense that he had writton tho letter to tho girl In order to stop her "from chasing him around." Judge Howe told Taylor that ho didn't believe his statement and that tho latter showed the contrary. Tho business of sending such matter as that to a young girl was a pretty serious offense. District Attorney Bullard favored a fairly severe sentence, ns such a letter might lead to the down fall of a girl. Judgo Howe evidently attached tho utmost Importance to the breaking up of the business of smuggling in aliens. "The country is being disturbed from one end to tho other by foreigners who came into the country lawfully," said Judge Howe, In laying emphastd on thu fact that this border traffic must cease. District Attorney Builard recommended a acatence of a year In prison for Broe nnd, for tho first time, Judgo Hawe made the sen tence more severe than that asked for by the dlatrlct attorney In sentencing Oscar Broe to a year and a ha'.f. In announcing this decision, the Judge made It apparent that any casss which might follow should be dealt with even moro severely. Tho attornoy representing the Broes at tempted to show that the respondents did not have any Intent to violate the law but tho court did not take much stock in this theory. Tho men had taken ifvO for conveying the party a short distance and they knew what they wero doing, in his opinion. The great expense of such nn act to tho government was shown. Tho party which was smuggled in numbered seven, and the expense of keeping and deporting them had already amounted to perhaps $1,500. All hnd 'been deported except the Russian who must be kept here Indefinite ly until some treaty is made with his government by which he can be deported. No one can tell when this will b. Ken neth Brne, who Is 21 years old, was given a lighter sentenco than his father bo cause of the influence the latter had over him and because of his previous good record. The court ordered thnt lie bo rent to Washington county jail in Montpelier, In custody of Sheriff Tracy. The Farmer's 8 -Hour Day When organized labor, at the Industrial Conference, demanded the 8-hour day for all industries, the Nation's organized farmers smiled. said they; "but you must Fine I "1 G remember that just as your factory 8-hour day makes manufactured goods cost me more, our farm 8-hour day will make food cost you more," For, says ILE MAN the farmer refuses longer to be the goat in the round-robin argument be tween labor and capital. If the 8-hour day is forced upon the country the former will welcome it as ft tclief from his present 14-iiour, 7-day schedule, with unpaid help from f lis wife nnd children but both capital and la bor must pay his price or starve I Wheat at $3 instead of $2.26; pork at 20 cents instead of 14; milk at 20 cents instead of 14 these are 8-hour farm-day figures . . . You ought to read "The Farmer'3 8-hour Day" in next week's COUNTRY Gentleman. It will open your eyes. Sub scribe through me today, and I'll get you this num ber and the 51 other big, helpful, inspiring time-and-money-saving issues to come this next year. L $1 BUYS IT FOR A WHOLE YEAR! ROBERT II. FARR S3 .. Union Street I'lione No. 02S-W. Ilnrriiirtnn. An authorized subscription representative of The Canotrjr Gentleman Tie Udiei' Home Jourr.il The Saturday EventngPoit 52 Mn-$1.0A 12 Uintt-JI.75 52 biaci-t2.M BURLINGTON SIEAIiHONIEflS BRING LAUNDRY IS SOLD HOI THE B T. P. Strong of Ware, Mass., Delegation to National Conven. Purchases Huntley's Interest' i in City's Oldest Laundry Present Help to Remain Former Owners Going Away tion of American Legion Re turns with Tangible Proof ol Branch's Success in Big Mem bership Drive Last Septembei BIG JOB AHEAD " " , . " army ana mo mens n. B,,ecmi.ns nt mill: for chemical tho Addison IIouso In Mlddlelmry and ctinn of the navy and then i It , oxamlnat!onn only 1!0; food ten; druss assumed ' tnanuRoinent of tho ' hotel le.r use, .Incss was really din- auto,,S,.s to "complete death returns Monday morning;. Jlr. CInRsttm Is well Xew England hnvlns the equipment for such experiments. TAKEN FROM HUT Fnrrrtit Pnlmcr of Charlotte Sent to Jlimpltnl far Olixerrntlon gonorrhoea cases reported CD; number of most popular nnd hospitable hotels In New syphilis cases reported 30; number of Knitland while under tho management of number of Ronorrhoca patients treated landlord John HlRBins, nnd Its popularity 47; number of syphilis eases treated eight; ' wil undoubtedly 'continue under Mr. number of Wassermans Riven 10; number i Oiogston's management, of Saivnrsana nine; number of mercury injections 1C. H has been arranged by the Stato Forrest Palmer, 15 years of ape. was . Board of Health bo that positive, reports taken from a hut in Charlotte Thursday of tuberrulo&ls received at the Plato through the ngency of tho State Board , laboratory may be taken as a report to of Charities and Probation nnd sent to the, Stato Board of Health, insteud of the Mary Fletcher hospital for observa- rentilrlne a separute report to this Stato' slty of Vermont and Deans J. W. Votoy tion. The boy was In very naa snnpo uunru un uieso maiiers, ns in tno past, ami J. I... Hills have returnod from Chl- and had been living with a grandfather, This relieves the physicians of tho Stato cngo where they went Inst week to attend B. B. Palmer, who is 07 years of age, from the filing of one report with tho some meetings. Lnat Tuesday because of nnd a great uncle, who is Sr.. Young State board. This has been dono In tho tho presenco of President Bailey and tho Palmer was taken bofore Judge J. i: cam. oi venereal uncases tor some time, deans In the city a spoclal meeting of the HOME FROM CHICAGO UiUverlry Official Attend III Meet. Insr of Alninnl Amtoclntlon President Guy V. Bailey of tho Unlver- I.add, who placed him In tho custody of f the board as ho was adjudged a depend ent and neglected child. Palmer has been Buffering from a sick ness with typhoid fevor which has affected hlR eyes and has lived In de plorable state, sleeping on tho ttoor and COMBATING RADICALISM Chicago Alumni association was called at tho City club and It proved to be ono of tho largest ever hold there. At this Vermont to He Orenulxed nn I'nrt of mooting wero four mon who had been out jntlni-I)I.It- Movement I of college, over 40 yoars. They are Boberf A nnn.hfir of n,m .1 v. l'm"f?. '. Judge A. C. Barnes, '76. Cllj Clerk Mimt Canvas Cenieterleft for StntlMlr Before Jnnunry 1 Ono of tho tasks which is required of the city cleik in Burlington, as well as in every town and city in Vermont, Is to take the records of the birth and death of every person burled In a local ceme tery previous to the year 1S70 and placo tho samo in the records of the office of the secretary of State. This will mean a large job, which must be completed be fore Jnnunry 1, according to the net. Somo of Hie smaller places have already com plied but thore has been a hesitancy to begin operations in tho larger places be cause of the size of the task. In Burlington there nre four large cemeteries where the consus will bo taken. Mt. Calvary cemetery was not In existence previous to 1S70, and neither was the cemetery at Mt, St. Mary Academy. The records aro supposed to bo kept In Burlington from 1857 on but tho canvasn of the cemeteries will continue Just the same, ns It Is essential that every name be recorded and there may be some missed. The object of the act is to com plete the vital statistics In the Stnte. There Isn't any money in It for the city clerk for he can't do thu work himself and the allowance is only tlvo conts per name, which will hardly cover the cost of labor. Tho canvasser will have to go through the cemetery first, getting the name; then he will havo to go to the city clerk's office to see if It has been recordod; then the namos havo to be transcribed on blanks with tho records and nent to tho secretary of State. Tho Burlington Steam Laundry, con ducted for m"re than 30 years by members of the Huntley family nt the corner of St. Paul and Coliego streets, has been sold and will enter Into tho possession of T. I'. Strong of Ware, Mass., January 1. It Is the intention of tho Hunt.eys to close up their affairs as soon as possible und move to California, whore they will make their homes In the future. Mr. Strong, tho new proprietor, is a brother of Mrs. C. It. Huntley and has been engaged in tho laundry business alt of his life. Tl Burlington Steam Laundry was es tablished by C. It. Huntley and Frank Hammond 31 years ago In the rear of tho present building, with an entrance on College street. Tho partnership contin ued for about live years when Mr. Hunt ley took over the business. In a few years tho business grew until' it took In the entire building ut the corner of St. Paul and College streets, wheru the Bur lington shirt factory was formerly locateJ. More recently, the business has been stlli further extended nnd the building next to tho laundry on St. Paul street was taken for dry cleaning and dyeing de partment. At the piemt time the laundry employs 12 men and about 50 women. It has agents all along the railroads as fr as White River Junction, Midcllebury, points on tho B. & L. and extends even to other branches. Mr. Strong has already been at the luun dry several times and has announced his Intention cf keeping all of tho old help and conducting the business along iden tically the samo lines as it has been in the past. HUSBAND ENJOINED l"r- Ifiiftia nui,,,.. lr- i Ti r c.. .) i rv 1 . i m a . -' i 'J iia ij niiuu. i i . mill ik. .. UKAXI-AJN-SUUIT suffering other hardships with the old "' ' niaie aro to . , . - - nrnfMMlp . me... in nrt.ililnn in hU trouble with his ul "'0 J'0'0' Vermont Friday, ...,..,, ' ' '. '....- Come, to llur.l... eves he s ffV-r n from khlnov and November 21. at seven o'clock for a din- 1 "' " wrl"K ' V ,, . ... - - conference nt uhlr-h nli.na .m im " uuu now presmeiu ui ma a Hrldo other aliments. His mother is dead and ..r"i" wl bn Midland Chemical rnmn, ,v of chlenim hla fiith..r who bun inst comnleted u "lau"'"'"-" "i organizing rrmnnt an a , , " . ." . . . Scott of Nortli Cham-1 .-.,.'-? ."8 C m .... part of tho nation-wide mnv,.nt tn was also present and Ralph Slmoiuls and Cecil Grattan of """"" ..' . ' "",.?," ! "" i combat radicalism and antl-Amer ean.srn. J. W. Itaker came over from Detroit. were matrled Monday "-"T",?,". , Zt.eurJA committee of three. Including Charles J.mlK "I1"1"8' President of the associa- parsonage of tho Bap- ' . . " . ...I. .. M Swift of Ferrisburg. Redilel.l Proc- ,,on P'ealUeil and arrangements wero made Church by tho Rev. J. S. Hrnker. . " , , .., tor of Proctor and Jnh.. At. Thnnms nf "r- J(,sim M. Slinw. Remarks worn couple were intended by Miss Mil- .",,. V.'" . " ' uc .. , . . . Mlddlehurv. has been ,,l,.ne.l In rlmrErt m,lrio ' President Bailey and Deans , Grattan, slst.ir of the groom, und IV"' '"!.."" . ... " of the movement In Vermont hv tho HHIs nnd Votey, Judge Barnes, the Rev. flcott. brother of the hrldo. I . ..V.l.'L " " "Tl ' "" " " officers of a now organization In the court- i' I l"rt, R. c. Sattloy and Professor , the. ceremony a reception . 'n tn J mnrn nr les try known ns United Americans. Ay. Tho meeting was especially notn- held nt the homo if Mrs, 11. F. , ' ' ... . ; , ',.. .... It Is snld thnt the nrirnnlsntlnn ran. ' or Its goodfe.lowshln and sociability. n. Hlater of the hildo, 35 North ' ""H "ol c""e" un- ' tGInri,n,oll ,ms Wn .,, .... mn of A collection of nhotogrnnhs taken out I 3 Ultd LKOIONARIKS AGAINST RKDS A idedgo of co-operation In efforts to 3m umi th principles Uxn which tho rid tho country of radicals was mado the society Is based, nnd undr which tho other day by President John M. Thomas nation has reached Its present prosperity of Middlehury Collego on behnlf of tho and strength. Vermont Stato branch of the American it is felt that Vermont cannot remnln Legion In n tolcgrnm, to Senator Polndox- true to her record and still keep nut of ter of Washington. Or, Thomas also sent UiB organization, and the committee np- to tile American Legion nt Centrnlla, penis to tho people of the Stato to he Wash., ii telegram of sympathy and en- ready to Bland bohind ITio movement for cnuragement in the light against the putting to the front 1C0 per cont, Amorl- I. "W. W. cnnlsm. national prominence who feel tho noed "round tho campus proved of much Inter- of rnoro united and vigorous effort In bo-,eHi l" nlumnl, half of old-fashioned Aniorlcan patrlot- MARKIIALL 1 1 10 ADS FAT MEN One hundred members attended tho New Knglnnd Fat Men's banquet nnd busi ness meeting 4u Hnlo'H Tavern at Wells River Friday night, Harry Marshall of Concord, Vt was elected president, H. 13. Pnrkor of Bradford secretary, Jerome F. Halo of AVolls River treasurer, 11. T. Baldwin of Wells River and Lester II. Green of Montpelier members of tho executive committee, ASKS FOR FORECLOSURE I. K. Hobnrt ClnlnM Gordon unit lleiwle Perry Owe Illin (taxi A petition for foreclosure was entered on tho chancery docket of Chittenden county court Saturday, the case being that of Irving V. Hobart vs. Gordon L. Perry nnd Bosslo J, Perry. Tho peti tioner, Irving F. Hobart of Westford, says that tho petitionees, Oordoityand Hosslo Perry, formerly of Westford, now of Essex, duly executed on October lfi, 1911, nnd delivered to the petitioner a mortgage deed of certain land nnd premises belonging to tho estate of Edgar W. Grow, Fred E. Orow and Hay II, Grow In the town of Westford. This property Is bounded by lnnd formerly owned by Frank Macomber, by land owned by Luther Goodrich, by Westford Common nnd by Brown's river. Tho mortgiigo on this innd wns given, It Is said, In pay ment for certain notes bearing the dnte October lfl, 1911, each for 100, signed by Gordon Perry, payable to Irivlng F, Hobnrt, and coming duo one, two, three and four yenrs from date, respectively, with Interest payable annually. Mr. Hobart claims that tho Pcrrya nro now owing tho sum ot fa.il, which ho asks from the court through a foreclosure. Allen Martin nets au solicitor in tho cane. Kdivnrd llukher Jlimt .ot SeTi Wlre'n Property or MoleM Her Myrtle M. lltishcy of Burlington entered , Thursday in Chittenden county court a ' suit for divorce, from Edward Bushay, formerly nf Hinesbmg, but now of Bur lington. As a part ot tho potltlon for divorce, Mrs. Bushey asks for, and hns boen. granted, an injunction preventing her husband from disposing of, or in anv I way Interfering with her personal pror crty, which is at their home, 16S K! 'street, or from molesting her in any v,a as eho claims that ho has threatened t, dispose of some of hor property nnd t. do her bodily hnrm. She asks for i divorce on tha grounds of Intolerabh severity and neglect to support. 1 According; to the petition, Mr. nnd Mrs Bushey wero married in Bristol Novemhei IS, 1900. They havo spent ail of their mar ried life in Htnesburg and Burlington, and did not separate until August II of I this year. Two children were born to them, Jnmes, aged 17, and Knthlene, nged 11. Tho petitioner asks for tho custody of theso children until they reach their majority. Sho a'so asks for temporary alimony and suit money, and to bo allowed to resumo hor mnlden name. Judge Stan ton lias granted an order for temporary illmony of f6 per week, ' , PHYSICIAN FINED Mteltturne Doctor Full to File lllrtli Certificate With Town Clerk Dr. J. S. Norton nf Sholburno pleaded guilty In city court Thursday morning to failure to file with tho town clerk certificates of birth in four cases. Judgo Jed, P. La dil Imposed a fino of ?5 and costs of $7.05 in each case, mak ing a total of MS, 20, which was paid. Ono birth occurred last December, one In Fobruary, ono In April nnd one In May. The law provides thnt physician present nt tho birth of a child, shall, within ten days thereafter, fill nut nnd file with tho town clerk a cer tificate of birth, and failure to do so shall be .subject to a fino of $5 and costs. This Ib' thought to bo tho first case prosecuted under this law In Ver mont, and Is In the nature of a warning; that other physicians will suffer the same penalty If tho itrovlsions of the law are not compiled with People on the lower end of Main streei and on Church street Saturday about twn o'clock wero greeted with 'the spectacls of n parade, the center ot which was banner bearing the device: September, lfl9, Membership Drlv i Won By , ("Vermont" to be filled in) (Seal of the American Legion here) AMERICAN LEGION The space will he tilled in soon with tho word "Vermont." and the banner will ba an honored trophy of the dis'inctlon whi.'h has come to the little Green Mountain , State. Against all tho other States of tua I Union, Vermont won out in the number of paid-up memberships In proporton , tho soldier population during the l -J I membership drive of tho legion throug . j out the country in September, and tl 1 banner was awarded tn the Vermo' t j delegation at the recent national conve I tion at Minneapolis, Following the paraua .Saturday, the banner w.is 'urivd over o I Joseph II. Fountain, adjutan' of the Ver mont branch of tho American Legion, an.l It will be kept by him for the prvtent A small croud of enthusiastic ct'Izen t Burlington, iiiciudlnc the president n t secretary of the Chamber of C'ommen , C. r. Ernst of comnnmitv service ar! others, greeted the local mc-nbers of t o Vermont delegition, who arrived 'n tha city on tho 1:45 train Saturday, brlnrl' with them t.:o much-prized banner Behind tho University of Vermont h-.r U tho banner w.t', ca'Tied by Goorp-i Ilorton of Winooskl (who catr'.'t' 1' n " at the head of the Annlsuco day pur ) In Minneapolis), with a color guard ' slating of Miss Marie Reeve. IU 1 ir 1 nurse and veteran of the worl 1 war -, o v.au one of Vermont's raprfsent:'.tles ' the national convention, and Paul Rid r f tho local post. Three other mcmb. s of tho Vermont delegation nt tho i ittor 1 convention, Howard A. Allen of Burlln on, John L. Shnnley of Winooskl a l Harry Webber of St. Albans, follov, d he banner, wlillo a numbe of o'li v "glon enthusfaSts were also In line. Taking tho course of march up JIn t o Church street, the mnrchers parari, I ip Church street and back again, cheer' .1 y tho crowds along the way. and ptopr il it the Stannard Memorial building, whr i lie banner was turned over to Adjutant Fountain. It Is stated by tho members of t ie Vermont delegation that there was co sidernblo excitement in the untie nal cc i vc "Ion when the membership br niter w s aivnrd,ed to the Green Mountain Statu, The banner wns presented by General '.. Callordet of the French army, representl- S General' Foch. It was received in bch f of tho Vermont delegation by Liettt.-t . Bert S. Hyland of Rutland, chairman t the delegation. Massachusetts has confidently expected to receive tho banner, and had gone so f r ns to delegate General Logan to receive, 11 for thnt State, but the great commot -wealth to tho south was radly dlsai pointed when littlo old Vermont vvnt) named tho recipient nf tho honor, T'irt Vermont delegation received congratula tions from every side, nnd their place li the head of tlie Armistice day parade in Mlnneapols won for them the special a1 tentlon of the press and tho people of t 0 city. IIIHRCTOIIY OF VIlimiIXT WIM,- luiti: ,v(;i:('ii;s Tlie proceedings of tho tlftli Vermont conference of social work, held In St. Johnsbury Inst month, aro now In press. Iii-addltlon to tlie addresses delivered be fore tho conference, there is a supplement containing a prelim. nary directory of thi soclnl, health, and welfaro ng. nrles work. Ing In Vermont, The printed pamphlet y I be sent to nny address In Vernon, in receipt of postal card request by II.) secrenry of the conference, A, K. Ulrioi.l, liurliuiflon.