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..THE BURLINGTON FKKB JTKESS ANIT TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, ItiZi)
Howard National Bank Is Your Money Organized ? The supreme lesson of this age is organization. In dividual effort is mostly -wasted. This bank brings your money into an organization which makes it Safer and more-Productive. OFFICERS: Willard B. Howe, President. Elias Lyman, Vice-President. H. T. Rutter, 2nd Vice-President H. S. Weed, Cashier. F. W. Whitcomb, Ass't Cashier. B. B. Baldwin, Ass't Cashier. RESOURCES Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits exceeds $700,000 DIRECTORS: A. G. Whittemorc Elias Lymari H. T. Rutter J. S. Flint Willard B. Howe II. E. Gray J. F. Whalcn F. H. Shepardson A. M. Young HENRY JOSEPH HELD ON CHARGE OF ARSON Man, Thought to Be Mentally Unbalanced, Confesses to Set ting Fire to Barn at Orphan age Last February and Again Yesterday Morning PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE T Miss Portia Bostwlck Arrives to Take Up Work in Towns Sup porting New Service Promoted by County Chapter of Amer icjin Red Cross Miss Portia M. Bostwlck, of Brook- Henry Lewis Joseph, 43, who has boen ' an Inrnuto of the Providence Orphan Any-I lino, Mass., has come to take, un the lum on North avenuo since ho was about work of public health nursing for tho live years oi age, was urresteu anu piaceu Chittenden County Chapter of tlm In tha county Jail Frldny following j American Red Crosc She will make hto confession to setting tire wlilcli do-' Burlington her headquarters, sharing tftroyed tho roof of the bam nt the or- , the office of Mies Elizabeth Van Pat phnnago early that morning nnd ten, Htnte supervisor of publlo health also the. fire which hroko out In tho samo nursing, at 23:1 Pearl street. place on the 4th of February last. Deputy The work of Mis Ho twirl; will lie OFFICERS GET REPORTS OF TYPICAL CASES General Secretary and Field Worker for Vermont Chil dren's Aid Society Tell of Good Work Being Done Committees Chosen T OVERCOME BY GAS IN FIGHTING FIRE Professor's Clothing Also Burn ed Following Explosion of Chemicals in Laboratory of Histology at College-of Medi cine Building NEEDS MORE MONEY . Commissioner Brigham Says State Should Appropriate at Least $250,000 Annually for Ten Years to Eradicate Bovine Tuberculosis An Important meeting of the dliectors (if the Vermont Cnlldnm'a Aid society, Inc., was held In this city Thursday af ternoon. The directors presont were: Mrs. J. k. Weeks nt Mlddlcbury; Sirs. Charles .M, Cone of Hartford: Charles M. Wilson of V'crgennes; Mrs. E. A. Lln derholni, Guy W. Bailey, Dr. C. V. Dal ton and Professor A, R. Olfford of Bur lington; Miss 1.. Josephine Webster, gen An explosion of chemicals In the labor- I Elbert B. Brigham of Bt, Albans, HtaU atory of hlltotogy on the main floor of I commissioner of agriculture, was the the College of Medicine building shortly ' spoahor at tho fourth of tho dinners given bsforo four o'olock Friday afternoon 1 by tho Chamber of Commerce at the Now started a lively flro which caused con- , Sherwood Hotel Thursday. Ho took up sldoroble exoltement for a few minutes, tho work of his department In a ven' In the- process of putting out tin- blaze. Interesting and Instructive way, and rlls Alfonso Garcia, it senior medic, who ousod several of th nenhi.-. f- comes from San Juan, 1. R w. over- j the department and their application to- The City Trust Company Peace of Mind What is it we want with money, after all? We want peace of mind. Unless we get that, all the other thing3 we possibly can buy do us no good. When your money is in this bank, you have no worries. You get peace of mind. Mate Fire Marshal A. J. Probln, or Mont- tarried on In th'. ten towns support-, crnl secretary, of Burlington and Miss , monoxide, or the result- of emptying' Mr. Hrlcham said that the work of hi. peller. wllo Investigated both these r res, ,,. this service, namely Jericho and I Harriet Abbott, fl-ld worker, of llel- ,.yrene extinguisher, to put out th . depart ent l" d unci who was largely Instrumental In ! Jericho cvmr-r. Cloverda'.c. Illnesbuig. Iowa Falls. ' blag., tfsrl C. MoMehon, a junior medic, tho "'taker i ui. Vth th? rr racing their origin to Joseph. Mated Milton, Sl,b-,rn... Underbill. Westfort'. ' Election of an executive committee , of thta elty, suffered somewhat from live : protection of the hat he l iourht the man was not ; WIIMatoii i-, Wlnnotkl (limited setv- . formed s. part of tha business. It Is the anH( but not overcome. G.trrla wo i10 8t"t" , ,w B ,hrnromoon oJ ..ght menu v and -aid that he would j rH principal business of this rommltUe to ulwn l0 ,h, Mary nctchcr hospital. Vw'u nn looommend hat Iho men be sent to thn tt-a v.. ......... ......i ..... ..M.. nui.ih....or.i ft,.'. . - ' . .rr" Illlurnl interests or the Stato On asylnm at Waterbury that he had sat th OFFICERS: J. S. Flint, President. Elias Lynian, Vice-President. Harvey T. Rutter, Treasurer. RESOURCES $1,385,856.63 DIRECTORS: A. G. Whittemore Elias Lyman H. T. Rutter J. S. Flint W. B. Howe J. F. Whalen F. H. Shepardson E. C. Mower. SENATOR HARDING'S ELECTORAL VOTES PASS THE jfiO MARK Democratic Strongholds of Oklahoma, Missouri and Tennessee Definitely in the Republican Majo More Than a Score and 150 in the House tA.t. ...i.. . .. '. . ... .. . . ,-:: ' . 1 ::: y,-' r7 I " .-.- ....v-..o-. me nrst or these he did not spend much .,v,... , r.imrnii s iiospnai. in iiosion. aiiniRl-1 "om worKnr icgaruinK mo oip"smon 01 nd was said Friday evening to be surfer- time merelv telllne- r ft,n ronrtr th f.re through I oil with the Massachusetts General Ho... i eases. It was voted to re-appoint the pres- i ln- nn ffrt fntib..,. ihr , rtUf. ' l. personal spite against some one :.t the la1 ,U the HanhatUl, Maternity . ent executive commlltte, which Is made . Kree.ble headache. whirl, are dolnTi orphanage. Hospital. Now Yo.X City, alao a Krad-' up as follow: Dr. C. P. Dal ton. Bur-I Dl., n,arIes A P.nve. city heal.h of. Vermont orow The Ltt Z nf It as t r. i, Friday inoinlns thatlmtn of thp iow months post-wrad- Ungton, chairman; Mrs. G. II Kggleston. fleer, flIld Profeor Hovey Jotdan of the the. InsaoSTi th. Jx- anrt T,rnI,.u the alarm came In for the fire at the or- llate pull ll0altl, cof3Tg0 wHU tll0 ln l-roctor: Mrs. Margaret N lleywood. St 1 diversity were working together In the mnth "nd rtMBSS 1 phanage. The box I. 413. but ov Ing to a Mrtictlvo District Nursing Association ! Johnsbury. .Mrs. E. A Llnderholm. Bur- ,to0Ky Ishoratorv Just previous to th..i nl"iE TJl break In the mainspring of ttt alarm up- ni ouhldii huh w 14 h in nvrp..u rv , hiihivu; uiiu uiwiucii,, rA-sjuiviw, nA ifhon in vt ms nn mt' rriw lit. . n. . t . . ... paratus, the numbem did not reach the - c from i9I6 to November if.lh. lfjSS. ' The finance committee for the coming i p,aVey left the room for a few .minute Yt' , r,,,. , ,n,2.,li .I..m" station propet ly and the tiremcti had to. slnre returning from overseas. MIsH.Vear wae choeii as .follows: Charles while he was gone, something at his n,, ,Stale wait until a telephone call was Ment In , nostwli-k has bsen Instructor of home TnxUury. Windsor, chairman. Uuy W. laboratory table exploded and inflnmmn- nurini- 'ib nt v before th.y could tell where to go. It hygiene -la-sea. Instructor of prob:, - ' "alley. Burlington, treasurer A. !i. Qlf- ble gases -In the' room burst Into ilame, , r,rnnKm., ndlnlMrtt H did not take trn long ro get to the tionoi-n It, tho beland Stanford School 1 ford. Hurllngton, Jnme A. Ullls. Itut- students In th building heaid the ev- ,Pp"rtment o -aeult i of Governor te work of thl !hft ilpnnrlmftnt' 1, ; 't""""1 um ' --'irslne. arid hesrt nurss In thn ". .Mommcrn. i-rostoi. i-ractor, anu ' plosion and iushe.1 to tho old of Pro- or foreetrv .M ,h, ', T(Vl' JVt,,, i tnt f n KC P"""11 ,n ,h4 l!,v -"epond- nlronl depgrtment of the Oilldren-., 1 Mar. h M. Wll-on. Uandolph. 1 feasor Jordan, who was fighting the S i wiuX? tht & .l"'- Hospital Ho.' on. . The following publicity committee was . rre, Hand extrngulshers helped to put , TenUol the Zmrtomt nf Jh! When the firemen arrtv.d. they ro. nd T!le need of a public health nurse, in : loole,l Mis ('. M. Cone, Hartford, 1 ,he blao under control. In response to Zm A deal ot fhe work oPIh the blare In th. loft of the burn The , ..llt.,l(lon ,,, llas U8Bll felt foP phalrnwii. Hernlce P.. Tultta. Rutland; atl nlnrin from box ,4. tho rlty the de- j . mm.t H 1 un t ..T h lw fact that the fir seemed to have Mo. ten om. ,lmP t Just r.,nt,5. e. Kdward r f:ra., Hurllngton, A. It. Olf- partment was Hfion on the scene. The 1 Xs,r, ml h"u of to avZ rrJli lh m.e. "r the 0m' '"S ! hranohe. of tho CUlUnrtn Pountv f-rd, Uurlln,,ton. . firemen used a few chemical. In putting onV; to " he VemoS V, Afr nrtthar covered there at 5:1", o'clock on th. mwn- Chaptr of the American H-d I'm,.. A great deal of routine boslnes, .., tnp blMe whl,h wn, Pl,bl)e,, r its , ""-Vie suw)ctTs a'nd JwelMon Ing of last February 4 arcmeed the sue . nc.ion towara serurie. n,)rjM dlscued. and brief reports were given . threat by that time. Professor Jordan's ! "V J ' M R .PJ .r".K r.!?. e.Carl ,S'0fve,1 9n1 to taUo up this work Tt Is hoped that BY the. general secretary and the field rlothlnic was burned 10 some extent. bu , ni7 't, u th.MUa.,-r, nf .. ffn led to the starting of Investigations wnic: ..... u i work.- -Mi-s VbHle,i. coneral secre- ti,.. , .u.i , h t i Mil i ig tnc last tluve-aurters of .i cen- ' ilu of ptiblli; health nursing in rural cnrr.mtinHles may result In the employ , sii.nt of mor public, liea-lth nurses In the 'owns of Chittenden oounty nded In the confession and Tet of Jo seph. Th fire Friday morning did not do n treat dent of damage, fhiuiks to the iulck work of the firemen. Two lines of hos we-e laid and the fire was very soon un dor control. The roof was practically burned off, quite a bit of hay was de stroyed, as well as 6ome grain and other feed. The fire did not spread to any other Miilnni MlHlmm. 3 pnrx oi me. nuuumgt. While fighting the flro. Assistant Chief Cftrty suffered a scalp wound when struck on the head by a falllnc brick The wound was dressed and Chief ("arty was attonding to hi- dulle as unial later In the day ropoitflil the pressing need of a -erious damn Re wax done to the LINEMAN ELECTROCUTED tlrem Ilelltll "fy-rfrrton Way In llnlM-ller .11 ll.irre l.lnlit Ci. sim'U llmitii larg. wardrobe or clothes cabinet In , bulldlng. A few containers and other ",Vlw hVen whlc! clothing for children may bo filussware were broken. The laboratory economic renTn stored and kept in good condition until , lab,PH W(JV, -orched m i.Iockm by th.. Kb" nre.en, ifme ,h! I-nnn. Alonlpelier. Nov. 0 -William Wiilham, gcd 21 years, wn.s eleclrooutcd about four When the flro had been tuken .Hie of, - cloeK this afternoon while employed by ' hlef Stockwell Immediately touch with Deputy State Preble, who was In the rllv Investigation of fire conditions in Wlnno-t slork r00'" ""ring the afternoon. Mr. ,00( ,lon, ski. Mr. Preble accompanied I'hief atock- ' 1'u" nn(1 stePPed away to wanh oil from now ,n)o. well to the ncene of the tire and agreed I '" "s wjien oh nearo .ir aiiunain with tho chief that the conditions sur sued an appeal for audi a cabinet. If i anyone would furnish tt, tho society would j appieolote the gift. i Miss Webster reporud two very In tll j '.erestlni; cases which have been handled I during tin- lust month, and in which some 1 helpful work was done with veiy little i expense to the society. A promising girl, 12 years of age, had no home. She had various relatives, but none was able to aged the Interior of the room to some ex tent, but the expense of repairs will no' be heavy It In said by authorities on file appiiia tus that the use of Pyrene extinguishers In fighting fires on the interior of n Home of the reasons for this is that dur ing the war tho value of tho dairy product In the diet of a nigged American people, wns demonstrated: the soil nnd clima' of Vermont are admirably suite! to daln -Ing; largo areas of tho State are In tho building is vcr Jangeroua us the go . ,,.; ,., of .,.,. urp for ,.atp. Hnd , dairy Industry provides work for tM which escapes U deadly. The Pyrene ex l"u"ml f -'-" ' b -"7 hired mnn during the winter months, in where gasoline or elcctrlclt Is concerned, ., ... ... . . , ... care for her properly She was pased j t is said, or where the fli i In the wn le , needed -" niwi.tiu uuu J (i.iv.KC, .w , , ypeil. Olll IIUL III L'lUDUU Tt-Ulll" hod no home anywhere. Finally, one of l.v koi lntoth Montpeller & llarre Ught & Power i tbe relatives asked the society for aid in I PP,I)PH Al milRT IK Klre Marshal m company with Clarence Lull. ! taking cure of the girl. Through the ' V ai-coi w ! m ijirni t. following an , "," been testliiK out transformers In syf,tematic work of the society, a verv ShSSION Al KU11.A? PAlnmn PAD TT- ' , O i. ntr.-n T , minding the origin of the fire were ex vwiuillll Kjr. vy. J . lYldlUllLV 111 neililLe Will e nctlv thn sa New York, Nov. 1. An almost record emashlng electoral vote for Senator Harding topping the 400 mark and llc publlcan majorities of more than a score In the Senate and loO In the House, were assured from virtually complete icturns to-night from Tuesday's elections With the Democratic stronghold of Oklahoma, Missouri and Tennessee def initely swept Into the. Itepuhllcan ranks hy the party's crushing victory and Arizona, Montana. Nevada, New Mexico, end North Dakota added, the llarrtlng Coolldce ticket has 101 electoral votes, nrcordlng to latest returns The Itepuhllcan landslide, to-night had given the Republicans uS Senate seats as against ,17 for the Democrats with late returns undermlnim- the seat of Senator Reckham, Democrat, Kentucky His Re publican opponent, Richard .1, ICrnst, forged ahead in a nip and tuck tight for the only Senato fight left unsettled. Of he 31 Senate contests, the Republicans -aptured nine from the Democrats and lected nil fifteen of Ihelr candidates. mong the Democratic senators who, on' to-day's returns, ent down to defeat were Senators Chamberlain of Oregon, former chairman of the Senate military committee, Senator Hmllh of Arizona, who lost to former Representative Ralpn Cameron, ajid Senator Henderson of Nevada, who was defeated by former Governor Oddle, Final returns liom a lew- congres sional districts still were belated to night, some duo to close races which up let a few previous announcements, and sthers from isolated sections. With these nlssing districts, the Republican roll in he House had climbed p.ist .8.'i to 1.15 or tho Democrats. Among House members whose rc-elec-,lon was reported definitely to-night waa Representative Volstead of Minnesota, tnthor of the Volstead prohibition en forcement act, and chairman of the House Judiciary committee, a position ho Is scheduled to retain. in the House contests, the Republican sweep gave Ohio a solid Republican dele ration for the first timo In Its history, In this, the homo Stale of Senator Hard ing and Governor Ccrx, the Republicans gained and the Democjats lost eight seats. In Missouri, the Republicans gained snother block of eight, Knoxvlile, Tenn., Nov. 4.--Retunis com piled by the Journal and Tribune to night with 125 scattering precincts miss ing out ot 2,000 In tho State gave Hard ing 139,048, Cox 187,463, or a majority for Harding nf U.EtK. Korty-one of tho miss Intr precincts arc normally Democratlo counties, and Si In Republican counties. ELECTORAL VOTE Alabftius Arizona Arkansas California Coloiado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho lllinalH Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky .Louisiana Mutiie Maryland Massachusetts Mlchlgun Minnesota Mississippi ., Ml-sourl Montana Nebraska Nevada -New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York 'North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texajt Utah Vermont ,, ,, Virginia Washington Wisconsin West Virginia Wyoming Total rd In ir i'ox 12 .1 H U IS 0 I! 0 7 U 3 b n 6 0 H 1 0 :u 0 ir, n 13 0 111 u 0 13 tl 10 fi 0 8 0 IS 0 1:. 0 .12 0 0 ID 18 0 4 0 8 0 3 0 4 0 14 0 3 0 4r. 0 ti 12 r. 0 :t 0 10 0 r. u 33 0 s 0 0 9 6 0 1Z 0 0 "0 4 0 4 0 0 12 7 11 13 0 8 0 :i 0 401 127 me as those surrounding the outbrenk last February. In holh rases, tin fire had started In the hay at the head of the stairs In the horse barn. 1 Both Deputy Fire Marshal Preble and Chief Stockwell became convinced thnt Ihe fire liar! been set nnd thorough In 1 estigatlon were started The men about I the place were questioned closely and the j answers and actions of Joseph directed 1 the mass of the suspicions toward him. le admitted In talking with Mr. Prehle Kroan and looking around snw that the "Juice" hud nffected him. lie signalled nn alarm and then commenced 'Tlrst aid," which was followed by un of a pulraotor for an hour, but Mr. Mlllhani did not re spond to the action and was pronounced dead about live o'clock. He was working on a dry wood floor, which mystifies tho officials us to how ho cot thn 2..W) wits, n portion of which probably went thinui-h his body It en e was found for her. and she l oylng the benefits of real home life. Tills was accomplished with no ex pense to tho society except the time of the worker The. other r.aso iported by .Miss Web ster wu9 that of a four-year-old girl, whose homo conditions were very bad, This child has been placed In a good homo through the efforts of a worker of the Children's Aid society. In this case, the One great need of the Vermont dairy Is the tuberculin test of cattle. The Stains and the natlona.1 government aro 00- ANU ' operating In this and despite the smalt appropriation for the work, Vermont has suit titer lii-nriince I-llc Tnken Ip now more cowh under test than any other" Qvnud Jury lu ..! , State, with the exception of Minnesota, Commissioner Brigham Is of tho opinion i-.utiauu, .nov s.-ine uimeu mib us th(lt f hp stal, ghould appropriate at leasj District Court of Veimont convened heie thla morning at nine o'clock for the ad journed October term and commenced business at once, the grand and petit Jurors being sworn In and the trial of a case takvn up during the forenoon. It Is possible that four civil cases may be lieu i rosH came lorwara ami pain ine 1 tr,elj Th grtnu Jury ,, sufflcent expense incurred, while the society gave lvork to (as a numHer of a&ya 0nK to the time of Its trained woiker. thB Ur(fe number of liquor seizures on auss .oouu, uie wuiKer 111 me .-uuiii- lere.l thrnltfrh tlit, rlfrht linn.l anil u-ent out bv the lower toft W ' . 7 7. , ' l,u ' snmuan noruer. District Attorney uui oj ine lower n u ie. , nf , Kiaie. ronorted the case .. . ., .... .... - . rju Hru 01 uurunirton win not commence the Introduction of evidence ppolnted inc. j-nunK niHii unci m-en wun no com-, jf . ir.vear.old clrl. When Ibis case was ' that he knew thnt the fire started "in nee last Mnr.li employed as Hue-; fuIv nve(1tlgated. It led to the convlc-1 h(..or ,,. hflrtl. ,,,, , ,,, te straw." a, oe expressed It. In the I '"- "e wa well ked by hi, associate, . tlonJ anil flnlllK ot yomg man foi. . ,b''0re bd B"n 'J0; " nt hor-e bam. He said that he liked t hear ",ml W,,H n resident of Richmond when . ,,.,, thB conviction ot two dealers for i .VHrl "'"7 .;, "' , f.Hth ! the siren of the engines comlnc. and he j he commenced hN employment. Hls;,,J0 nicgltlmnte selling of cigarettes . to ,, L1"'Pma" leirt. ouij, ai lidded that I hey did not get there so quickly I his time as they did lust Feb father w:is killed Hitm.i months .-it?,, hv . . .. ....... .. ' foreman. , minors, uiese lesuus oeuiR H...pioi..enlUr.v . slartlnir tB. .-,, ,.. ,nornUt the explosion of a gasoline motm. UN Total number of electoral votes, C31, Necessary to choice, 2tV!. Harding has 404. Cox ha 127 ,u l"r " S""" . ,!, ,..., .h .l,,..!,,., nrt ,he .... .1 .too urrioeni innner en .-inn lie i-ower . .... ..--. . ..... , .,- . ... i lie Mjiitien n jipuur.iu.-e 01 me iiio.nei - ----- -c. was inevuien. .Teverui in ner iri- ,.i,ni, vi o. i t.-.. , ..." ....j...... i-nniiiunv sent nn uutumnbllH to that nlnce .. tenor, vs. Charles H .Stafford, a Ben m1 him nnd hr- ntonnd talkliiar. Ktr Mnrnhal rreblp and Chief Stools- momftr- ne ls -s,uv Vt?l "off r reia- Klvl anJ l0 flnd a plftCe for llpr wii0rc wo hurt hpard encme i. howpvpr. lm f-l I H,"u,p' v41" lu,,l":" I r i i - .. 1.1.4 i lutJini wtt-a iniLiniz in rL. iTfiiii.t wiumi li. ...... .. v, t . i.. - u . v. f j u it i nr 7iui ten ui iu . iiifi um , " - i nut; uuu ueuu ui uuish. up mi u iiuiiic ",,rin (i ao,. nf fltiiVfa Aitioru ,i VL, . I . Eumohll.3 to thnt nlaoe .. i.. t-.. tv,,...v. ., e t)I lo advise her of the incident. Besides his iou, th(. ty. able ?o help the "'n-! 0ltlf nY '"J", ..(oris .t.... I . . r4 It ...a o .1 sb.. will be brought un uroperlv. The,".'1"". " confident that the man was guilty of , employed by the company. It Is expected many vlC(., wncll wer(. unpRrthed In the 'J1" there would be no trial in the John arson and Mr. Preblo consulted Chief of , mat tue uouy win oe u.se.i to i-.iciinionu thuroUKh Investigation of t.ils case fhows ' ' " ' " I Police Russell regarding his arrest. Chief rnr 'unerai I Russell also questioned Joseph. - . Defore the arrest took place, however. NORWICH CRIPPLED Joseph hart conresmeu to .1. .J .Mcurain mt bad conditions of all kinds are link- result from the kicking of a young woman ed together grol,.,' one out of another, "'P" J slnu' j """K: and In taking the 'ice t the roof, be- . , ' 111,an' - . ,.,,, lfi.H i.. ih. Kutland railroad, neKlltreiico, raJIrood t i iuir 11 uruuiiirfl iuu uctnuiu m - , , , . , . , . - lone of the head men at the ornhanaKe. i. ....... tvii I. it, ...... nm it tn t- voutli of Hie State, much future trouble I ""eni t Jtocitingnam in .uarcn, i.n. , I'enler, Who llrukr Let In Vt, Coiilent that he set both, the flro Friday morn Intr and that of last February. Joseph said that on Februmy 4 last.' Northfleld. Nov 9 The Norwich I'nl- he went out with the milk palls In the verslty foothall niu.ul left on the noon ,aI;e tjy the socletv Is thoroughly In can he saved. It Is this work which thei""r" . J"7 " '""' . V " a iu oini.n oi iviciiuru ve. uirsciur- ornlnK as usual, that lie went Into thn 1 train lo-day for Hoton. where they plav vestlaated bv tr.tlned workers and no barn and left the milk palU, walked Boston University Thursday afternoon at stoIlf, i jeft unturned to clean up so far through the cow barn to the horse barn, , Braves Field. a, possible the evil condition- which have w-ent up the stairs In the horse barn, Norwich won the Vermont Slate chain- ,0 rt0 wt, each case 'scratched mulches on the floor and set plonHhlp this year by defeating both t ,Vft voted at the director's meeting I fire to the straw lie carried out the Mlddlebury and the L'nlversity of Ver- -Phursday to Isnue a printed report of the same actions exactly Filduy morn- inont. They will go into the game with j trst vear 0f WOrk of the society, with Ing. setlliiK the fire In exactly the same Boston L'nlversity Thursday In a crip- nalll workers In the field This report 'spot that It was set before. , pled condition. Their star center, Cadet I will Include the reports of the general Mr. McOrath Immediately notified File Hdwaids, a Maiden. Mass , hoy. sustained secretary, the field agent, the treasure. 'Marshal Preblo that Joseph had confess- . a broken letc In the Vermont name Km- n,,. address on "Standards of Child ed to setting the fires and the police soon nrduy and will be In the hospital six Helping." delivered by Professor Henry i had the man In custody. i weeks. Capt. Daniel f tecple. will not he In Thurston, of the New York School of Bo- the came. Ho was called to Manchester. c.al Work, at the recent annual meeting t a xintTIDr rn nriVO 1 N ''" his borne, Monday hy the death or of Vermont Children's Aid society In' V AN UhlttLl r DU 1 0 hls father. Head Coach Potter and As- , Windsor. , I slstnnt Conch t opt Barber evpect, bow- ENTIRE VILLAGE ver-bo ah,H ,n slvo l' H KOo', I fight the way they did Saturday, B U. i I will Have to work hard to win the name. t'a.-..,..t r.lill,la,.o A 1.1 .neletv itt frv Intr to accomplish, livery case which la "c"r,:'1u' " 'b ' term, The cane on tllal to-duy le Henry Pres oott of Middleburj' vs. the Mutual Life Insurance company. Suit Is over a policy for 5,0OO on the life of Bortha Preseott, deceaood wife ot .the plaintiff False representation In making the application la claimed. Jones & Jones or this city ure attorneys for the plaintiff and Thuilatilt & Hunt of Montpeller represent the defendant HARDING LOSES HIS FIRST FISH STOLE RIDES, FINED M Admit ! Moults ii II Ik Tarpon but IJne llrraks j After 4.1-Mlnutf? Plttht Point Isabel, Texas, Nov. 9, (By the Purchases Sparta. N. Y. Will 'J1? "Ill replace ,w,rd at center nnd r "Flanders will sturl in Capt Steele s pn- Get Rid of Its "Undesirable Citizens" majority of at least ,O00 Mexico by votos. Nesfjor Montoya of Albuquerque, Re publtcan candidate for CongTesi, waa Phoenix, Ariz., Nov 4. Revised leo- elected over Antonio I.ucero of Los Vegas, tlon returns to-night, complete except hy a majority of about 4,000. for a few scattered precincts, reduced the SlHt-lnir l?KtMll-, lu ..r. . Associaieu rressj e-rvsiuem-eieci iiaru tvlch tinmr and Pay tll.XI Karb , ne wcnt arpon ,,. ,0.dfty an Mnnfltfpr Vov 'J. Churl Joiian. )f linttirlt hln nrlxn (H.fnh cnt nwnv tftni sltlon at tnckle HyUnri and Maher. the 1Jl00irield, 1 1 K Tryon, Berlin. N. V.. 43-nilnute tussle, he liked the sport so .-Norwir.il emiH uv rereiveu mum .oni- Doiiald Qrlswold, Lancaster, Mass.. Earl ; well that he stayed out rrom morning ment lu the A ennont press and ir they Ht.otnolli 1,, Center. N Y Norman until nlghtrall. Klve a Rood account of themselves 0,i Cornell, Fall River, Mass., and C. L. Pal- jf was the breaking of a tioll line Thursday, are expecte, lo receive con- , Mertfi,u,. Mfl9s., p,,.,,,, KUt- In ; tgled In the wreckage of an old wharf slderatlon for Camps All American te.ini. l)Rrl.tl L.Uy ,.out to.day (0 t,)(. cnarg.B of M,at lost hlm his tight with the biggest stealing a ride on a Central Vermont t fl,, ,e ever had hooked, a tarpon de Supreilie Court Cases rallwuy train from Northfleld to Kssex sn-rlbed by hl. companions as measuring Montpeller. Nov 4. The Chittenden Juncnon lasi aaturaay in ortier to save ,0,0 than six feat. The President-elect's to shore and the giving pped. me lions or twonty modern tenement houses ' Reeves-Redmond ease The ret of the which were. paid. i home empty handed, favored on the first and several other new buildings. Soine'cases are continued or there will he no ;;.,',,,, . J y f his vacation by clear, hoi weather of tho old dwellings will be torn down hearing. The case of State v Cd, Turner ' ASK PKUrfciK UBolliKV AINCK. 1 Mr. MardliiK eel forth on the expedl and others renovated, , In Franklin county was submitted on lion shortl after six o'clock this morn- Scarboro, N, Y Nov. 7. The century old village of Sparta, near here, Is now ihe property of one man, Frank A, Vandarltp, New York bankor, has purchased th came known to-dav entire village It bo-'';ountv rnsw ' H'U'reme Couit were .Its- expenses of travel to Burlington to at- I uo,u ian ,,ulled In close to shore and and In order to re- posed of Thursday morning The Wei- eml Ihe football game between the Nor- : 9l,H gnnt waM showing signs of gl ' ll ti.. .i...,., .1... ! linear. Pell nnd Tun elt-1 1 lns,1:ile ,-es WIC11 ana tennoni t nivei-wiuex, '""r no when t he ne rauvht rasl and snan ..' ",,."l,"".'u .V''" I. "... k,i. i,i..r ..... .irn assessed rines averKlntr S11.S2 each, I ,,,, ,h... i ... ,.u won, ne announcen ptans ror tne erec-'"'" "r i -- ", " - majority of Senator Hording for presi dent, but still gave hln a load of 3.S0O over Governor Cox. Tho vote Harding H.935; Cox 22,578. Electron of Ralph H Cameron, Repub lican candidate for senator and Thomas K. Campbell, Republican candidate for re-alectlon h governor, was conceded to day by SL H. McCalla, chairman of the Democratic State committee, Uo-electton of Carl Hayden, Democrat, as representa tive In Congress, also was assured, Oklahoma City, Nov 4. Oklahoma swung safely Into the Republican column to-day on returns from 2,000 of the 2,685 precincts in the State. It appeared that tho State would split Its congressional delcgalon probably oven. A tabulation of 1,974 precincts out ot 2,685 for president gave a Republican majority of 8,513, tho vote being: Harding 172,313; Cox 163,800. For United StateH senator 2,0 48 pr- Incls gnvn a Republican majority of 17,687. Albuquerque, N. M., Nov, 4. Virtually romplete returns from nil sections of the State show Senator Harding rarrled New In outlining his project Mr. Vsnderlip briefs and the rest of tho caf.es contln- Major or Ilitrre nnd Moi.tprllrr AsWnj. tm, point Isabel life saving j ucss for the State J250.00O a year for tho next ten ycnrn If th work Is to be completed and the Statt freed from thp disease. At the present time there are over 900 herds on thn wait Ing list, because of tho small approprta-. Hon. Another thing that must ho considered; in tho dairy program of tho State in' that of the quality or tho products.! Cattle must bo developed by carefiili selection, and thla is done now by tht organization of cow testing associations among thn farmers In tho matter ofl butter and cheese there Is a big differ-' enc In the price of first grade nnd second grado products. Vermont now' hae three creamery inspectors to Inspect.' the plants, and enforce the regulations? of the department. A market Inspector" 1s constantly at work, .making now mar ket and developing tho old markets. Hb helps both tho.producer'nnd-thsicxm-sumer. In recent yearn the co-operative cream ery iivement has gained a great deal of impetus In Vermont. This was raadn possible when the Interstate Commerce Commission abolished tho leased car sys tem whereby tho largo shippers had a. monopoly on lt of the-jnHk shipped lntj the cities Now an organization of! farmers Is able to ship ita milk aaj odvantogrously as the big shippers, j Under the old system the farmer x-i pooled the shipper to tako all of th milk htr could .produce, regardless of thol time of year or the demand for thai product. The demand for milk Is con stant, but the supply varies greatly, according to the season of the year. At the present time these co-operatrvn, plants handlo about one-third of thn milk produced, nnd they aro equipped take care of the surplus milk during) the periods of .greatest, production. Mr Brigham Is In hopes of seelncth Vermont milk and other dairy product holding the eam plnee, In the estimation of the public that the Sunklst orange of California do at the present Urns. . The growth of certified seed pot&to Is another branch of Vermont agrlcul-, ture that is becoming quite profitable. Theao potatoes are oarofully inspected)' In the field and then put upon tha ap proved list Farmers In the districts south of us are obliged to come to ver-j mont for their seed. Many havw tnken ( advantage ot tho certification of thf State authorities, and Vermont needj potatoes are making' a reputation outsldeij of the State. Mr. Brluhum told somethins: of th work of the department at fXtt-s-. nnd! expositions. describing especially tha work a( the New England States Expo sition The appropriation for the world Is too small for an adeouate display ofl tlio productH of the Vermont ngrloultur-' Iwtj. and so at th -nxpoeitlon-a sale, wasl held that made it possible to apandj tJ.&OO on tho display, when onlyt ttUOOoj was appropriated for the purpose. Mak-j iiiK the display dependent upon such al basis is not a very good piece of busl-J said the villa it e wan filled with some I ed. Washlnttton county ,-ases were iicsldrntx lo lliervr Artnlstlrt- Hay Rono. Nov. 4. With less than bin votes' . .. . ...... i ii..m, .. i . KT . ------- - - unnesirao e citizens nut mat when It s , retiouuu, ii,.iei.,, ,.-,.,, nvinK ireri. ,.,,, Vm. iTivor is l? Unr. unoounUd. Nevada has given Senator , ,... .. ..'.....'. i n,e heel of the ilori.-... Th Moutpelloi. Nov. S.-Mayor b. to. uang TT,1I -,l,,.,ll... JIW. .I"--""""""."-'! ..l"u ' fie. euinr - 1 " " nice people." Qovernor Cox. Former Governor Tasher ' ..ui....a ..i , . j... r u.i . . . ine village itchieved notorlel 14, VMiuie, i vf iiuiictin, nu ueen eievwrn A , UnltedSta,e. senator over hi. Democratlo ' 1 y T 1 o , a 'a.' .: il "f WhIU Plains declared convicts ' v Ti V T T T, 11 Sing Prison were rrequentlnic publican, defeated Charles R. Evans, Democratlo Incumbent, ror Congress by a majority of 8,000. Thn Htato Legislature will have a Re publican majority, station thre. miles out he transferred from his motor launch to a skiff and went to worlt The tight with the big Before closing Mr. Brigham told some- thins of the work of tho forestry section j of his department. They, too, are doing! o.v ,.f Iturv,. wnrt Antlnir Mnvor Waldo 11. . --r.--. r- . ments wen commenced in Leland vs. 1'"- 0f Montpeller have, each issued 'rpon took place soon arterward and A lot of protective work. It Is Impos-I v a tew Leonard, regarding a book account, ' "l,am, a,vi, the eltv residents when It wns over" he decided to make a , jdhle to get farmers, or the State cor-l by the Judgment In thn case or John I,. Spnuld- ' . ... two ,,ijeg observe Armtstlco day d;i' of 11 e'"1 !,ent launch back to j (.orations Interested In planting forests Weeks Ing, Adm , vs. the Mutual Life Instil ft'('" . Mnlrti nd manner I port to bring out Ills luncheon Pro-j unless adequate ftps protection Is from company or New orl.- has been made r . vlouslv the I'rcsldent-eloct had planned , afforded. The Diamine of forests helps DUCHESS OF MARLBORO OBTAINS HER DIVORCE that the nnswer was adjudged insufficient nnd that the case Is sent buck to the lower court, the defendant given time to replead, In the case of Cllenn Tarbell vs SEEKS COLLECTORRHIP Hurry I'. Whltrhlll of to play a game ot golr during the after- I in the Improvement of the scenic beauty' ; noon at the Brownsville Country club. 0f the State and the conservation of ths tl. II...'.. . . .- . .... . 1 . n., .1.- ' . . Vrtlerbury i iinnniiK . uuti,.,. ,,, ir uni- , iiuuiri.1 i enuur.ee, Ine trlD to-dav were P. 13. Scobcv and Mr llriehHin ndvocuied a svstam of tho oranil 'rriinu nanwiiy company the llrconi is t-niiiiinnie mr t.niiFn t f. n, Creatter, Ills hosts bore, and Sena- rase was reversed anu cause, remanded. Helena, Mont., Nov, 4. Tho plurality of Senator Harding over Governor Cox In Montana was Increased to 42,000 by returns compiled early to day. Returns from 1122 of the 14S3 preotnots In the State gave, Harding 89,541; Cox 47,831. Kargo, Nov 4. North Dakota was conceded to tho Harding' column "by a large majority" In a statement mode to-night by Democratlo State Chair man Johnson, who also conceded tho ro-cleotlon of Congressman James H. Sinclair, republican, In (ho third district. Wstch thn ads. You may find such a rtinarkablo bargain thnt you'll "fly to the shop" nnd lots nf peoplo nrt flying theso dnvs The news story of the stores Is Inter esting to you. Things ars happening that you should know and to know them ou must read Ihe ads. London, Nov. 9. The marriage of the Duchess of Marlborough, formerly Con- suelo Vanderbllt W. K. Vanderbllt borough In New York In November, 189!i, was dissolved In tho dlvorco court here to-day. Owing to Indisposition, the duchess was The plalntlfr In the lower court I ecnlved ,, t0.day'lhat Harry C White a verdict or 7.0"0 which Ihe court bet ,m B cnmlrtaio tor collector or c v-vy ?v:a: rirA'icr'"," ::;:,fxiuo p-pr,Horofh Waterbury, Nov, 9. Announoemeiit Is ' tors Hale of Maine ana iciklns of West hill win Virginia. tisrry m. uaugnerty, a close customs. , personal adviser for the President-elect, as the editor also Joined the party during the itfter- rbury Record, ' noon. Hold Two in $1,000 Veigenncs, Nov 9. Mrs ("laid I'eirv unablo to be present and the curiosity ot ! and Alexander Miller, both of I'.tntnu, thoso crowding the small court room was rewarded only hy a sight of the duke, who, wrapped In a heavy Astrakhan-collared coat, sat In a front sent. Sir Edward Car son, counsel for the duchess, In a matter of fart tone recited tho marital difficul ties of the couple and the unsuccessful attempts to bring about ta reconciliation. Only two witnesses were examined and 25 minutes aftnr the hearing began Jus (Ice Horridge pronounced the finding of the court "decree and costs" In favor of ths duchess, CAMI' WINNKSHEJWAUKA SOLD l.imcnberg. Vt , Nov 9 Camp Wln- neshewauka owned and managed for ' I'ninlirlilar. SUES FOR $42,000 ' nf a v a Km i t'l. t VpytBrfiftV 'iff I urni.,i., l. ni l' i'i"Hn" - !i'w, County Municipal Judge , W nickens ! hnry Iiiib been sold to of Mlddlcbury for a prellmlnaiv hoarl on tho charge ot mimicry Mrs pm was defended hy J, B, Donoway of Mid dlebury. Miller waiving a hearing, After hearing the evidence the court bound both of tho parlies over In the sum nf J1.000 each to npjvear at the December term of Addison County Court. Both fur nished ball for Ihelr appearance. Btato'e Attorney A. R. Stiirlevaut 0f Middleburj' appeared for the Htnte. Mn., nrlua-H olio ii the last six seasons by Karl O. llalch ABI,nlll t. V. nnd lirnntl IVunk Honda . i .. . i. nt i.iIiiih. anil l'' '- . Mnnlneller Nov 9 Pnnnns I., n -nit' '. V. . . . rtew vorK - , or one oi tnp moL nuporiauL m tn Slate forests. He believes that such an Investment in 70 years would yield four ler cent Interest and a reasonable profit besides. Theie are several pieces of wild land In the State that could lis had for the purpoen at the present time. lu closing Mr. Brigham stated that ths expenses of his department hod Increased (luring his term of otllco, He believed further that they are not yet high enough, ihat tho State should spend more money for the purpose of furthering the worlc v, lie in will be managed next '' f , ' ivl ison l.v MlH Julia Sharkey of Now " ' h Central Ver- yorK wiiy. ' ' " "'" i tain trustees, special assumpsit, for col--l-,"f. .r,Z", """I ,?,,ati:!-- f . w- (lied with the secretary White Mountslns faring a small lako and had 100 girls In camp last summer. If you would be continually happy don't neglect tho classified advertise ments lu lo.day's panei. of State to-day. The action wns brought In Franklin county court through Dudley H. Dorr and George M. Hogan, attorneys for the plaintiff, who claimed this sum of bonds owned by him am duo and un- . paid. State departments. In order to keep tbs young farmers In the State, the farm must be made to yield as good an lnconi ns any other business, and money ex pended In that dlrctlon la n good Investment. Cork, Nov, 4. Deputy Lord Kayo O'Callaghan has boon elected lord mayo In succession to thn late Teronca Uaoa Pwlney.