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itXHlfl BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER J8, 1M20
Howard National Bank Investigate Before You Invest This bank often has information in re gard to financial matters, the source of which is not open to the public. All of our sources of information are z at the service of our customers. . i DIRECTORS: A. G. Whitlcmorc H. E. Gray Elias Lyman H. T. Ruttor .7. S. Hint Willard B. Howe J. F. Whalen F. H. Shepardaon A. M. Young The Margin of Safety Efficiency is a matter of margin. The winniup, football player or wrestler or long distance swimmer 1b the one who has just an extra margin of strength. Your ability to ward off disease depends on your extra margin of health. And your independence and happiness may be determined by that little margin of savings you put regularly away in the City Trust Company. VICTORY MEDALS FOR MORE THAN 200 WORLD-WAR VETERANS breathless with the font- thnt ntir trnnps. woro teaching llio front loo lntn. And then that Huntlny In .June, yon trapped tin; flcimnns In your tronchr.s nml went over theni unci took Mount Her nml gave new splilt to (In- whole of tint allied foices On the same ilny Unit thnt wnn hap pening on tho ulh.ir side, mil In Daylou, Ohio, ii vnil throng of tnci) mid women, many of thorn young, able-bodied nun, ware nseinbled In 11 hull where the Stars nml Stripes were replaced liy llio led flag, Presentation Ceremony a Feature of Armistice ! who IlSu W?C 'Jwmmwu"" I slackers unci ilillculeil soldiers, Tho re- Day Celebration Staged by Burlington -Post jJT: voteil to ii in Kc president of thn UnlUsI HARDING OUTLINES of American Legion Long Parade of Mem bers of G. A. R., Ex-Service Men, Cavalry- A FOREIGN POLICY Our Efforts Should Be for Peace Hut With Demand lor Full Protection of American Na Humility, He Tells Crowd Slates the limn who presided t thl meet nml who Ik now hi Atlanta prison for his conduct during lh war. some day mm t n.. viiib. tphH. Nov. IL ih n... a- I radical element that assails our govern-1 ,0(.atmi pru)-Fft(-lng n border crowd infill win nnVH to ne ueau Willi in your ( whCM .Pr n,1Uy rltl2ens of Mexico of the situation, officials also refused cnirrJ inenl It was understood, houfivsr, thstj 'he beverage, manufacturers complaint! luid dieen based on a steady hit rapklj decrease, In llielr salca which theyi dunged to the growth uf home browlnsr.i Tlmy nr understood to have, prntestciy In the Internal jcvetuie bureau thai en foticmeiit agents weie enforcing On alcoholic leslrlctlon op them whllo the) home brewer with Hie aid of hojw t.d mall Imd been aide lo produce a bnvcra i"'1 approximating nhl-fashloncd boor OfltflHlo anticipated thai Hie han on mall and hopes sales would bring a wavn of litigation b to Ilie govtrnmoni h right. They clalmud, however, haj ri- ' oImIoh had been piceed.d hy a thorough study of the question". Involved .'nil ssiH I they (fern piepared to meet tho attack STA1E MERCHANTS MEET meil from Fort F.fl-inn AllpD Crillpo'fl CJtn- ""A"",' "" ,I,U ,ln'yo" ,ook 1'""nL fe- land seveial officials of the Mexican gov- . A.....I..I He. I a-. l SI. .tlh.ni. M HIGH J.IUII1 XVII Jlinan Alieil, VUllLge UU- Whal you have been an oldli. I ar.' ,.,., pr0Sdclil-.:icCt Harding pro-1 . . . .. . i (Mire and needs no further demonstration. p01(t,, hero to-day a foreign policy dlrec- n""'"" dents, bcnool Teachers and Punils and Frn-rhc m,to,is of lne w0,ld liavo Gained i,,d t0wrs pe) and friendship, hut ie. '' ono i.-ri.a.. , 0 ""1VX ' icl the quality of our soldiers from the four . ,Iiri,,t,D. ..1...... f,,u ,0teetlon of An,r- . nternal Organizations Patriotic Address by Congressman Porter H. Dale Ball in Eve ning at University Gymnasium WATERBURY-WAITSFIELD COW TEST ASSOCIATION Of the M2 rows in the association durlnK October a were. Miiallly iowh. A few Hthnn Allen who acted ns mai.ohal of the An echo of tho jrrcal celebration which marked the cloxe of the Woild War on November II. 1818, mode Burlington a lively place for ocvcral hours Thursday Blessed with ptrfent weather for this tlmo of year, Hurllngion Post. No. American Legion, staged n very successful parade, followed by exercises In City Hall Pari;, the chief feature of which was the pres. entstlon of Vlolory Medals to moie than 100 veterans of the World War. .lust pre vious to the presentation ceremony, Con gressman Porter II. Dais of Island Pond addrcwed the ex-service men, speaking from the bandstand In the. park Besides Congressman Dale, tliu other Kiiests of honor who made up tho icview Ing party In the bandslnnd were Adju tant Oeneral Herbert T. .Tohnson and I.leiit. -Governor Mason S. Stone of Mont pellcr, I.leiit.-Governor-lOlecl Abram W. Foote of Cornwall. Cot. E. A. Slini.ver, cnmmandnnt of the 3rd env.ilry, Tort unprofitable cows were sold, and some stork purchased. W. C, .loslln purchnsed come very ftno tiie-hred MolRlelno while a fine pure-brcd Guernsey bull, King Cbll mark II , was purchased by M. 11. Moody. Arthur Mnxhain. of Fayston, has the herd making tho best nverano for October. His herd of Grade Jerseys averaued SS8 pounds of milk and 3ft. I pounds of fat for the month Mr Maxham also baa the lemllns; cow In butterfat production, her rec ord belnc 43 pound In Ti days. The best record In milk production was made by the Grade Jersey cow, Itmet, owned by W. C. N'orcross, at Waterbury Center. The following table Blrcs the nme, anil iccords of the cows in thd assoelallou which pioduced more than 10 pounds of biitterf.il 01 l.ono pounds of milk during the pTlod of 30 days ending October 2.',, Hrewl Tounds Pnnt. rounds Omier, Name or Number .if Cow of Cow, .Milk. of Fat. lliitlerfat. M H. Moody, Dolly Masher ....7. ltTa.""l !S 5.T 4".!T" M H. Jloody, Nancy uTTT. 7M j 5J3 j 44?6 M H. Moody. BeTur,sGlrl 17. ltTo. j 915 52 " 4?Tn M. II. Mooy, Nannette flTa"; j 759 j 6?4 ( 48.C M. H. MoodyrKmlly llTlT. j j 57" j iXi M II. Moody, Inez aTTT j 1077 j 47 j MM! L H. MoodyValdossa R. G. 787 6!o 47.2 M. II. Moody.'Mollle Ilope'.r ..., 1 CI. 7!J S.2 "f 41.2 M. HMoody, Ionn ............... It. ClT S91 1 4.2 41.6 WCNorcross, lluzel I'll f'(1- Jel'- I 189 ! 4'2 J 19? IV. C. XorcroHB. Lucy I. .7. .' 7.. G(irJsr. " "gOU 436 G. M.Jonos. N'o. BO ..." ."....77. Gd. Jer. ftVl J 4.2 40.0 G. M.Jones. No. 106 " ...777 7") Gd. .lor. &00" 4.5 40.s" Arthur Maxham, So. 2 , Gd. Jer. 918 " 48 44.1 Arthur Maxham. No. 4 Gd. Jer. 1070 46 49.2 Arthur'Maxhnm. Ko. 5 Gd. Jor. '"" 4.0 4ii!b" g. H. Jones. No. 61 Od. Jur. !KM 4.7 C.3 R. H. Jones. No7"l!g Gd. Jar. TKl" n.8 4X1 E. H. Jones. Lora Reg. Jer. 911 5.0 45.C G. M. Wood .t Son. No. 17 Od. Jnr7l S81 " iT-t 4T6 G. M. Wood & Son, No. 21 ....... Gd. Hoi. " mi 6.5 f 41.0 G. M. Wood & Son, No. 7 Gd. Ayr. 83T. " tfc j 44 Ckiton H. Kow, No. 2 Gtl. Hot. rp07 3.0 302 W. C. JoslliT, K.IC.H.V. Agglo Rag. Ho). 115!) big 4"i.7 Vermont State Hospital. Iavras Mn.ld.... Reg. Hoi. U77 3.5 412 O. H. Sleeper. No. !l . Gd. Hoi. 1003 3.3 337l G. H. Fleeper. No. 10 Od. Hoi. 1077 X2 j H57b G. H. Sleeper,No. 12 ..... Od. Hoi. 108S 34 33.C gTh. sTeepor. No. 17 .-. Gd. Hoi. 1131 " 3.3 " ' 37.5 27 days milk. KARL R. MANNING. Omciar'ro"ater7 day until the parade reached the review ing stnml)! Mayor J. Holmes Jackson, President Guy W. Bailey and Col. G. .1. Holdeii of the University of Vermont. Principal John K. Colbuin. icpresentlnic the Biiillncton public school", and Dr. L. McCamlirldne, represent Iiib the parochial schools. Governor P. W. Clement, who was expected was not ahlo to be pres ent Burlington made a dav of It Thursday. Practically all of tho merchants closed their stoTes for tho day, and many of the other business places In the city were, closed for a part or all of the day. The banks closed for a few hours while ihe of the Women's .VUxlllniy of UurliiiRton Post, No. i, American Legion. This flout was emblematic. In tho (enter was a laiKu and benutlfill American flair. Around It were Rrouped numerous service flags thn emblems of thn men who hod been Mveu freely by their women to fluht for the nation. CONGRESSMAN DAI, II SPICAICS IN P.U!U Alter the various units had been drawn up about tho bandstand In City Hall Park, and the Third Cavalry had lined up ou the north, west ami Muith akles of tho park facing the btund, K. J. Beaupro led In the singing of "Amrle.-i," Hr.ermai'a bund furnishing tlie music. Congiessman Porter 11. Dalu of Island Pond was Introduced by Mayor J. Holmes Jackson. Congressman Dale directed the greater part of Ills remarks to the ex service men. He said In part: We lire assembled In honor of the American soldleli.. It Is a privilege to have a part in these exei cists anil 1 acknowledge It with gratitude. Our thoughts naturally go out to-day to Include International nrfalrs, and then they return to our soldiers who took the decisive part In the formation of world conditions as then now est. We are too near the war to comprehend lis causes and effects We know that a change, sud den and complete, has come to all the world, but beyond that there is no gen eral, well-defined opinion What has taken place was Incredible. The American Re public has been lit war In lOuropo. II will take a generation to sense that fact. Turning toward the members of the mllllons of men who went to Kurope. Hy rllll nationality n( American citizen" Si Mbaiia. N.v It. An tithuslastH obsorvatlons uf tho American soldiers w,t,,,v,r tbev may go. ' me.etlng -if members or the Vermont In many engagements, the roinmandei -In. T, .'ddiess. which wns ii.s tlist pre- Stale MerclKints- association wn hell. chief of the allied forces knew they reached their objective. Therefore, ho as signed them In the Argonne to the posi tion of greatest Importance. Tlisy had to smash through live defences uf solid con pared utterance slnco Ms election to the ' ihls sfteinoun at the Clly Hall. Th presidency, was delivered from 0 vl.mil mealing ws nil,! for the purros" of; on the Port Brown Parade grounds, wftli- Increasing the membeishlp ft Albfrnsl In u few hundred aids of the tntonia- 1 nmrfa Is 35 hiiiI comtnllte wa appoln( 1Lnii:il hrttiririArv Thn i.lValrv s.lbte1 of I L., v!sil hn mMhnnlH h.n f.nit ..mirs cietc anil taKe ino rauroau wniui the ,h. Vort Brown gairison rattled about ' a membership of 'jr. It wo r7vria best Gennan troops had been sent lo hold but a pUce Df Honor on I'Ls right I llmi 'iio.ro are .eversl '.own about tb as tholr only avenue 0 escape. . WRa go u K4rt 0r the Mexican garr.,.n I !,. 0f tbli- olty lb 1 already hivt, Time forbids even a biler revU;w of)of matunioros, pa1lg a visit of com- I membership i.rer Tf, ir.irrnntf In 'hn that 47 days' battle, extending from th p,nK111(, rtm tourlexy lo the nx-. At.w- 1 cltlaii lean president I y. I). Aiernetby f IVntJtuv'OTl. twsl In tbe roiii-w nf bis sddreys. devoted l,it t ;hM jUviAiinii nia. ,.r -t,r miles of Kullles, go", rooks anl J(,lUy lo ,he iflcnce of tbe A-ml-1 t.at t.uetll Ui- aee-dtlc wonlfl be '4 es. Ihlck with underbrittih and tangled llce d,y anVerary md lo the caji- u limivlduo! iorchant if all 1J1- mar celebration was going on and nearly Qrund Army of the Republic who stood IRISH HOME RULE MOTHER OF CHILD BILL IS PASSED! ATTEMPTS SUICIDE evenboilv came out to see the parade. THE PAKADi: Col. K. A. Sirmyer, marshal of the day, j kept his word anil started tho parade promptly at ten o'clock, much lo tho de light of the crowds, ror II was rather cold to stand and wait for any length of time. Fotmlng at the head of Main street, with the vsrlotis units of lh. parade Joining in from the other streets, as the line moved west ou Main stieet, the paroder covered the course as outlined through Main and Church streets, North Wlrmoskl avenue. ' 1 street, Klmwood avenue to St. Paul .1 and by the 1 ovlewlng stand In Clly Hall Park. The parade held up for 11 abort tlmo before passing tho reviewing stand to welt for the magic hour of eleven o"cloi:lt. the hour on which tho armletlce wan signed two years ago. On the hour, the fire bell began ringing anil this was the signal for the ringing of other belts and the blowing of whistles, recalling the thrill which the same bells and whistles nrealed when they proclaimed t'1 end of tho World War and victory for tins allied ai niles. Many of the whistles continued to blow throughout tho parade uml ror some time afterward. Col E. A. Sirmyer. commandant of the 3rd cavalry, led the jxirade. His aides were Major Charles 11, Atuory Major James S. Greene, Major Joseph Plasmyer, and Major Horace A. Apllngton, all of the 3rd cavalry. Fort Ktlie.ii Allen, and Paul Rlcker, commandant of Buillngton Post No, 2. Following these oltlCArs wt-iv lfi uutouio Meuse liver. Just noith of Verdun, west ward for 11101 e than 2 miles, and through flVl! trei v im name., ,re mm ,...eeu wi n ma- try's foreign lelatlons, he did nol men- ' cbnnh, ir. tile Slate Joined tlw otel-'-chlne cun iits. Over five solid linos of)t,on Mftxluo bv n)une nor ,ua h, ,-.fnr ,tou rla ..imUKr or6Mu defense and through five miles of mur- , lllrpWy o ihv L,u.Uf pf NMlt)n8. ,aKir)S hmfi o , derous to ests concealed Ui hWU we.e ; imiaTBRNIT Y " ana have pmveii Brf3 axo beficUL ! " . '.r .r"1:., 0.""n.'' (ril.rv. ... ..wJ ,,. b. ...,'.. .... iLi.. .. ' .. wish ait.I.I.1h relations erervwliei. w1"1 T"y serious piuWema In ner twnnty-clght rboueand or them "to die. j off'i" pem-M unl choose to womou-, four and tventv oeximrlew thai ptaoelH, iut we domaiid our freedom, re-1 hsd tieen battle area, but thn climax of jPoted tn every iveiaio of lta.de. will, s.ll It had known of conflict and ot.be wifer at home and greater In In-) cblvsirv was res.cJiod a AnieJlcen sol- tHKMice tlirutignoul tn dlcrs won the declste. struBgh of the bo think of nn America whose cltl.ens greatest victory of tbe wars of all time re ovar seeking tile grwUur deveUip Not el do ihe people of this narkxiimont and widened lnflueno of the iv- compreliond their lehl to their aoldlerr. ' publlo and I like to think of a goern- I'.ecauso of the war, this counirv has merit which protects Us clilitens wlier fun -, 1,11 ,ui organised bodv ot oiBilnm imji ft wii riniml wroli5 bn mens aJMr to o;n ith b.rioiM and puiuVs J"tHi- lions than U,o latlivtb.un', roercliant Hs world 1 like, 1,0 kMf rh" Veanout Stato Mer- cnants .mocIMIoii win tian, trttry ten ileiuw,' to promote tho general wxlfare ot the ejtat He mmitloued thn the asso ciation would foster the good road.n inuv.jineni. illicit has been energetically nearby. Congressman Dale said "Perhaps the members of t tit- Grand Army can best sene It. Vou men remem ber what It means, ror you recall tho day when Lee surrendered. Vou didn't know what you saved that day. Vou thought you had preserved the I'nion, and so vou had, bill you saved It for civilization." Tho war has set a new precedent In for eign relations, it lias given another Inter pretation lo i11teru.1lion.il law and It has pill diplomats to such disputes that this day, two yenis after tho armistice, thole. Is no formal ponce Tim world Is dis tracted; Its financial systems are strained to the limit; half Its people are advlft from stable government. What Unseen dangers aro before us, what internal strifes and foreign cuiilllcls must be met, no man can state The ie(Ulrenients ot diplomacy and statesmanship ate tle mendous. These facts rorco u to the conviction thnt the nation in lis last evtrcroity must depend upon Us solrileis, not only In war, but also In peace. Vou put this nation at the head of all nations in war, and we are going to exjH'Ct you to keep It there In peace Not by chance did the nation lcucli, nor will It keep, Its place. McKlnley said. "God keeps no nation In supremo place which will not meet the supreme duty of Ihii hour." As a nation, we must not lose our place, for the destiny of the world may depend upon our Keeplnit it. and our faith that this geneiatton will meet the supreme duty of the hour comes largely from our luliaiice upon ou sol- vnsl financial obligations to meel -more ever they go 011 a lawful mission, :m - , wll"r'"a ln u" Slate, than twenty billions of debt to pay and' where undnr the hlnlng huh " ' T' ""right or Uiirlbigton. vlco-prost- beyond that the lliioncing or iii billions Senator Harding continued mc 'rips 1nra1snn.11 n "We helped lo win the war. uimid-d "' " IMK and unmortgaged We fought with Hie '"-i' mwi 10 increase inn .n-innsr allied powels, but we nr only an associated power, and were never i.-om-ulll.le-d, If fully aware of them, lo the oompaots ot th. ulllainc WHAT C. S fOI'OHT rui: "History will reisjtU it correctly, no mailer how much beHulirul seiitlmonl has beclouded our pin poses In tile World war. we did not nam to muKc ine 1 decided tha- in. i.iimiiu the memberHhin world afe for demociaiy. though wo hl t li l im . ould ! In ought about mors weie Its best eiplorer? Nor did we fight ' u,.i essfiil ihrough the I'ltv club and 1. for humanltj'- sake, no mailer haw mieh 1 ,,.,., iuK of , , Ulh n,,M bl. r:1ed sonn. a caii"e impelled. Democracy was threat- ... eribu anu miitiauu.i was uying long oe- loaned the allies. II will take skill and patience and sacrifice to meet these obligations, hut every dollar of It will be paid, Willi Inlet-eat, and the debl wiped out, Across the front of the capllol at Washington there was put an Inscription lor the Union armies im they csime home from the Civil War. The words ale gone, but time has made the truth of the Inscrip tion moio enduring: "The only debt this government can never pay l the debt it owes Its soldleis." PHKSKXTATION OP VICTOKV MBIDAI.S At the close of CongresMiia 11 Dtile's addiess, officers of the United Stales ship and now nicueesful the trip thus far h.ts hfen Mr. Ilanbndge, treasurer, made a fen n marks telatlve to the In creasing memlierhip whirh was lh mo.'t. important step to be taken at presert toward making the association inn of stiengih mid force James P Tayior, M'eretar.v. wa- also piesent Hefoie til, meeting adjounn-il I' ia fore tbe American Indignation called for army, assisted by aJdes fiom several of'"10 republic's defence. But we rough! for the units, pinned on those of the e servlce men who had received theni the Victory medals presented by the govern ment. "Tho Star Spanglad Manner" was sung. Por 30 seconds the large gathering stood with bared heads in silent prayer for the soldiers who did not retum A the one supieme. caue whtrh inspires 1 men u offer all for country and the ring. and we fought us benonies 11 flee Amurl 1 ca, and dropped tliu hativd. and stlflMl gred. when I lit- victoiy for deTeti-e wus won. "We proved anew that here Is ri ee and FIND JUNNETT WILL ll.rinri.t of Document 'lliltl finvtl Wife I'.nllrt- I'rnpt'i-lj JIk.v Mnlerl all.t fr.cl (iinlesl picked firing squad of en-servlce men ! "'"pie America, whicn doe- 1101 ask. but from the 1'nlveisity of Vciinont battalion, under H. .1. .Mowles, '23, filed thiee fol leys In honor of the soldier dead, and the rreely give. We were American in name befoie the World Wai made us American In facl, nol a collection or peoples but Impressive coremonles wt,ie brought to a ! dle people wttn but nu put nose, one close by the blowing of laps by a bugler commence, one priue e aspir.uuiu anu from Kurt Hthan Allen. AS A RTSTANDKR HAW TUB PARADE A small white dog, evidently tho mascot , of ihe Supply Troop of the Third Cavalry, Moniptllei'. Nov 1C will which. Alexander Imnnett of St. .lohnsblny madl some years hko was found among hl! jMpei-s falurday at St .lohnsbury. Thl' will may uiaierlalli change .-iffuIrR ln.j cuimeoilou with the settlement oC the estaie If the will prevails, then thi nn.. flfi- 1 W'luuw will 1 e ei c Hit" enure pr.JlJun.jri I .,f ..hr.nl 11 r.l Ml il,iMl, wn. laft hat4 JIU-S1 Hi, the l,i.,i deed tiled some t,.u ' V learned a lesson, too, of transcend- in Montpcller. lug importance. Righteousness and 1111- Tho e.xeculois of Hie estate have benni ocupled the seal of honor on one or tne j fab'ng Justice ale not in Iheniselve,. ;, .,med in the will. They are E. Post ration wagons In Thursday's Darade. KUI"t, "r nu'ioiial ecurlt. We must Xioholv of St .Juhusbiii and I. D.J The small dog sat Importantly 011 the eVeI" he !'l"mS in peace foremost in In- MeAllls'er of South Ryegtite. and Ihe setit beside the dilver, paving nol the dustry, eminent In agricultural, ample In formor was one of those who witne slightest attention to what was going transportation. Better transportation on u,,. wjj Judge K. M Harvey has baemj on. land and an adequate uieictiunt malllie appointed admlnlsli.ilor uf the estate) Probably one of tlie mosi unliiuii slgbls I would ha Ve speeded our participation and lintici the trust deed and the trus for Bilrlingtonlans i the parade was the . snoneneu ine coniuci. 1 uein-v, an 0 s f0,Jlim llJU rhailes Shields,, TOWN HAS NO COAL KfMi Thrnmrh Third ReRfiin"- in Tnnf mm: Ahaarlnnlmr MouU.. of the Vermont National Guard 0 " -pnj ut of distinctly ex-service men wiut preceded by the Richmond bund, led by Major B. W, Randall, command- biles carrying veterans of the Grand tilers to keep befoie us with youi war- Army or the Republic, women or the Stannard Relief Corps and women of the Garfield Circle Shtiman's band was next In Hue, follow ed by eight troops I of th.. Srd rHValrv from Jj'orl lilliun Allen. This mounted unit wm a great addition I teacnes inai xno soioier, wun me excep 'to the parade, there being close to j Hon ot the few individuals who have 1 cavalrymen In Hue. They weie followed been traitor, Is tlie nation's most loyal I bv Company M. the Burlington company . supporter 111 uivit: um. .,l u trul't Worth In lllilillxhm. j( otiil Scsrce, 't'uti llnrd 10 flmk-Z il Hen lo CtU It time zest the spirit or peacetime pslriot Ism. The duty to which you were called as soldiers viij not concluded when Hie victory was youis In war, for all history House of Commons 183 to 52 Measure Creates Two Irish Legislatures Bahe, Names Man and Both Go to Jail Wlilte River Junction, Nov. !.- Irfirvinn. .Nov. IL The Irish home rule, I Gladys Gray. SI, round yesterday numb nit or Richmond Post of the Legion. ; There were approximately 2JrO ex-service men In the unit, comprised wholly of I leli'istis of the World War. besides those Mrs ' wno ,ool nurl "1B lra'le t(, members I of other units, inese e-seivice men, wilh the Inalgnlas of their vurloiii orna- i with cold on tin- banks nf the Connecticut niytir,r,u nn ihnlr unlforiiiN. wei. wtih .m id tho House of Commons, on Hs ;lftr H, in u, sllllUCi out doubt, the most popular In .he pa- .third-reading to-rdght after a motion lor confessed lo being the mother of thoiiadn It was distinctively their day mid I redaction of thn measure proposed by , uewlsirn babe whose dead body was found ', Ihoy were cheered again and arfalii along iwilrlam C. Adainson, the oppoaltton lead- Inst week, naineil the man In the case. I the course of tho parade At the end of er. had been defeated by IS! to 3'J. 1 Kilwanl Made, :,0. and to-day hoth were tbe ex-service unit, there were two auto The. measure parsed without any note-1 sentenced to one ami a half to (He ears mobiles tarryiiiK ex-nervlce men who .worthy Incident tn a rather tame debate. ' In the Stale prison for adultery. Mrs. i "ere not able, to march lu the parade, (Tha Mbcral and Labor members who! Gray denied deliberate Intention' to mm- Tlie college battalion, led hy .Major O. 1 u.,.. Kni-ern,i ii thrnitei, mi,., nf itu .in,- n... v,-,i,., i., ..I,. nicr. ni nr., 1 K. .1 oiine v. '21. made an excel lent sho wing. mgw an a algn of their conviction of its i ami costs, j with about 300 men In line. At Ihe front I In the otflclal conduct of the war. and hopelessness as a sBttlemeiit nf the Hlsh, The body or llio child was round eailvlof 1,p tnlleK '"lit was the Cnivei-slty maddetied you In many phases of army problem, wen. again absent lo-day. The laat week and It appeared to have been Service flag, containing nearly M slars If. ou came bach with a soldier's In flnnl stage wius reached In a small list- thrown down Hie bank, Mrs. Grav. how-. Thu U"H carrying the seivlce flag was In tensity or devullon. anil you cannot fall I less gathering of members of the House. ever, asserts sho left it covered up In her u barge of II, J. Mowles, '23, who saw !" rise ou the forces which Inspired you wrapeir. She denies any Intention lo kill considerable oveieeaa service. and become better, stronger men, to give The fundamental principles laid down,". An Investigation Is" being made by I Kollowlng ,h. University battalion came expression In civilian life t ,i,e best by tho Hrltlsli government In llio Irish Maios .itiorney .Moore or i.uuiow, aim "J" T ' ' I ' nV 7 .;:V homo rule bill aro: 11 Possum, mat otm Vou leapunded to a .summons lnev. table and with which there was no parley, but that summons camn from a source beotid any clvlo or mllltai-y board, above any general or the coinniander-ln-clilff of the armlui. It came fi-om the omolpotent anurou of Human destiny, and you an swered It because, nol being tiiavhnis, yoi niut be eoldleru, not being cowaida, you tn'iM be heroes. Ton went out where l)u speutre of Uokth wts lievtJ ubsent. Vou av It tuite Its victims by disease, by tilling gas, by stabbing bayonet and bursting slioll; anu terror such 3 no man knew befort. this war as alvtas over you lu hospital and trench and on the hsttletlHd, and on the sun and in the air But no tecror uf laud or s,.a oi utr couid chuck the spirit of tho American soldier. Out of all that aggravated yon sail presence of the famous A. K. F. "soup j Amnlca eminent m iho blah - i i ( l,t-t.n ivti almsd by court order from-dJ wagon. . specraior as neai-u lo say j---" .v.v . - . poMiig or any oi ine projjei-xy that he did not know thai tile cavalrv was "RIrr HI nom"- anQ B'a'ei in imiuence now equipped with light Mitlllerv and throughout the world. was at a loss to know how the "soup "VVu 0,ll' "' ,h" ,uor" uf ""'"nal wagon" artillery was opemted. l- NVho lurt to pvopr,sy. In quiitting Tho number of children In tl. parole I th of optimism, whai the fuiuro luu was something of a surprise to a great! ln "ion" One needs ou.s to seo this niagU? many people. An Jd leeldont of the oitv ll!y when, the possibilities aro ntjt y was h,:ud to lemapk that lu. did mi I touched, lo ee how prophesy ta l short. know there were so irwMiy ohlldrn. In the To" ' aP'e an uniplie of tlfty Ci, millions. Ships of modem uoinnierco Tlie boss of til" were not forgotten bv ou""1 10 enliven Laguua iiaure Laht, Sliddlebury, Nov. 10 -Thtire la ; ent's woitli of coal in the coal thu crowds who witnessed the parade, for whero primitive craft marked acthttles jlal6 at prcbeiu. but I undi-ratctxt l all along the route of march the grand of many years axo ihlsaiouels intalcul- K00j Puppl her., on the wayfAaW. old men met with appluuse. ' able. Agriculture, iraii4poruuion lactones ,,, mint.. Thei-e ha.- eJ ben a hjctj The standard bearers of the Ira Allen sommers ail aie growing m me uieom adeiable scaixlty of wood In tttertBajjf at.hool, iwo smJll boys, one droastd as a of XTie LMn" 3lttl ' auuiug to tut tor ,ilt. MJJl thre weoks. but Jtn.arapJ soldier and the other a a sailor, CJrused strBtii flf il conimon country. .. have . lA. have lutol)- bw .vreK-rvl jM'fl mucli favorable comment during hei"'"' w rtsiiem :n snoi-Kyre t 'l wnn.-c parade They were hualty lafla and tsummWed and unni0rlg;ed. to write lh -UMn 1 voos eruiugh in this- majhtd at the head of tto Ira Allen sPim ruimiment jr,. for maJiy .tarfi. but ttn tha-va school column like veteran. We choose no aiootn.u. we JUrlt no e,u H hw tien -.lmosf Imf One of the classea or the Junior high obligation, ' foraitk" :x. Ulends But'.,,; , Io op jt aown school had an efficient mmandliir of. OMitl in nationality ana we do uot fleer during the parade Ourta otie of "' to.urrBder 11. ' liRODlL" & NIIJSS. n, i,uii- rhwy, ..r.-, h. ,..., .sJthougti primarily a.. anUtK.e Oaj to give the oornrnand "mark tfana" witn oiiinfttln.Ui proirUB ot.addrui.tau uml, ,.,,, rr-i i lusortwraYrsa nwja the snap of a veteran flrat rguit Tiv i ' " J""" i-pitl IM. tlWJOOO schoiars In tier cnurge were enaentiv id- i""w - hPlred by her Ieadenhlp and made a eJ' buol,t ror u'u KJo trlm,!e Montpedes. Not 11,-BrOrllo & rHmJ sulei.dld shot Ini; dof waterft' inoreanant Uic , of BttrUngtci havu fjs.ilj art iioVea of . . . ... - 4stfttlni In ?l:e Merlnrv nf Ktlm' iM- a i uiti ivuiornouiie inai was siaiKiuig . - -- "T. near the comer of CUeKe and Church VM I Kl I II I i! KA X1 "rai' w conooe. an auioniooiiey ouint sireois juni ueiu.o tne yaruuo paaweu vuni liolnt wa.s exceedingly dtobedlnt when the owner on the request of a polloe oltlcer started to inove It out of tlie way After uonsldeiable coaalng It was eventually persuaded to start. Spectators on St Pan! street welt treated to a feat ln horsemanship when one of the tiuops of cavalry was passing tlie reviewing stand on St Paul stleel. Cue of the horse, which had evidently be come frightened of the band which was 1 J ii Iturlingrou Its capital stoek Is- t1M)oJl( fVlV "HOMF: KRTT.W" ' while UK- papej, are I'gnert bv C Aj ' ' I. sues, j v uN.,1 ,'iud K. A. Brodaafl . , . 7, at. i. - ... Burlington . I'he Itaiuxillle Granite trompany, 2atM 1 tppd Huruwick has filed papers lo tha Jian-i3 Wa-ihlugtoii. Nov 11 'My the As office. Their capital stock Is trnJOO1). nhS) soclaled Press). Home brt'Wtnjr iviw. llio pupers ale signed by T. N. Aj!Wvte6Vj' brought aatively Under the- p'sjlilbitlon IV U. Ambros'nl and J.. t, RobktlarjJ ban to-day '.vhen It was lwarnod that .!'. uiiforoomeut ortloiala had ruled against thu salo of hopH s.nd mt to others than l.akeis and confeotloiu-r'. Great then playing, i eared Into tho air and came down moie quickly than his ilder seorecy surroundesj the ptohlbltloi u ml 1.1 , I... .. .t(.,tl 1,1, t It U .lbfi,tll..1(l charges may be . .-eouis Tne o weie severa 1 roups , un, ve.era. . iwo , ,. os o, ,ou wen. mihor,ed but leclved Ml unpleasant ascertained that sllch Instruction had J' ", ''"'r Tl'VT .Vk ' mIU.Vo:;; oi inem wnn ineir uanners anu insignia. . overseas aim icuuieu in u lew muiuiis . . .. iu...t ..o--. t... ,Vw Sunday School Meetintf Mtddlebury. Nov 11.- The annual' h tile i. convention of the Middlebury'tll!t5rlc of tlie AJdiaon Cour.lv ,-unday Hah on Firat-That tlm people of Iho six Ulster made against tier ; ' -" '"" -- " - -"- ' " ,." ,..," . " , ' "'V' I Jolt .nthyt'Uf, No, 1, Tn- j Vou n tho-u pt-ojilf lolllni: ou a lia-f I -..4.j ,.uii i,A v.. ...i.i.tiut. Mrs. trav wan d soovitcii vt'shinla' iv, , .. i j ............... ' .1 l.nt He WI o.lw-u.e ivl n r- on .he ' S II Ollg, a lld CaillOll Ireland """" ' rlv.r' r..mk. He InfornVrd Deputy Sheriff H Urcl.s Mllllaul. I O. O. K In unlfoi m their ancestors through lo, :',. or more Seoond That weaiconlng of the han mndo by Hie government for tin) I river iiani. ne inioriiicii wepiu.. nneiiii ' - - - - them shall not Im nnv ' Hrnrtst Onkes and he woman was taken '"-"'k, with about 2.". men In Hue centum ,e i eserv- Hons which have to his home. Mr. Oakes, suspecting the The Clark Memorial band of Milton wa.s system' ,1.? ln llno' "reeding Ihf Uurllnntou that y centuries, under ttie slow evolution of old s of government. And jou irallKed our own country, with lis wide I'ho . areHs and bouinlless lesources and liberal Thu ghls cu trying a banner fur tlie I been tainted Details of the urder icl;lng ....... lh,, resull ibai ihe confessloi, was made , High scnool teachei- and pupils. ipurposooi saicKuaruiiig ine viiai .iii.iic-.ir. - - - - t .,lhnI1 ,... j...-,..,. ,n ..,.,., w ih.n the oee., i,.w i i of the Unlled Klneilnm .iacie, wno is cinei engineer oi ine ---o" - - ...... At the tline of th., iniioductio.i or tlie liilerniitlr.mil Paper tompany's mil) at , gymnasium sulls, bloomers and middles made hy Invention so narrow . Is brought .meagre it as itnt . Wilder villas, has a wife and a IS-year- "f bill, and while, and their stlalghl ! close to tho.-.. ,eseted ,.0ieH ihoTovemnmnt nle d 1 lo v , 1. elan old adopted son. Mrs. Cray has not lived 1 "nes and good marching attiacl.d much, Oh. soldleis. we need ,ou In this niun l e cl i.a.ion "r husband since last April, She , favorable alWmllo... Dr. T, K. Hays, phy-1 try to meet the evident danKe,s of d.si.r mM based prlmaill.v on till, dw laiatlon i .,.,. . ., 'i,.i rlli-ectn,- to .h.-i nubile mOionls led ,ie,. U'.nds can no moie il... w,,.. . nt Ummliip 1 .lot,, I f ...cci'i. I.. ,. Limuph tnut na" liven in tiiii.u l.iver .iiioiiiwu jui, .... - .... -... Dacember thai "Great Britain cannot ao- several .m". rpt separation." Both will be taken to Ihe State prison Under tho hill two Icgislatui.-s with up-' Lllil"'1"" Wl . . per and lower houses would lie set up, ' ' one for tho north of Ireland and the other, laud, presided over by tho loid chancel lor tho south. lor, Is provided for Neither body may If less than half the members of either establish any pdinlcillar religious need Legislature are validly elcrlcd or fall or penalize anyone for belonging to or loowear allegiance to the King, the King . not belonging lo any religious denonilnu. may dissolve tin. Parliament and placti tlon. the government In thu hands of a com mltteo appointed by tho lord lieutenant. "A council for Ireland," composed of i(t membera, half of whom would bo Kdocted by each Parliament, also Is pro vided for ill the hill, Tho powers of tho i nuncll would bo limited to those granted It hy tho Legislatures. The framnrs of the bill, II was said, hoped tho council would form the nucleus around which could be built wm Parlia ment for the whole of Ireland. Thft two Legislatures would hnve full control of education, local government, tho land policy, transportation, old ago pensions. Insurant o and other matters. A court of appeals for tho vJaiUii.juf Jrp- Control of the myal Itlsh constabulary and the metropolitan pollen of Dublin would be. transferred by the Imperial Parliament to the Irish Parliament three years after the act comes Into ojiera llon. Powers reserved lo the imperial Par llameiit emhiaet. the crown, pqaco uud war, foreign affairs, army and navy rolnngc, defense, treason, trade outaldo of Ireland, pnstofllce, navigation, Including merchant shipping, wireless nml cables, and collection of Income, and excess profit taxes. Roth north nnd south Ireland would contribute for two yeam to thn support (if the empire. tne high school unit Kaon of the fourlvour experiences from riialeau Thierry. classes In Ihe hlah school carried Its along the Marne, and in thu devastated class banner. sectors up f I om St Mlhlel to ihe Argonne. Kollowlng the Biiilliiglon high school , Vou saw whole nations gone mad. Hea dline the stuijeiits of tho Cathedral high ! ties, customs, human Instincts discarded school, the Junior high school, the Nana- and war waged by foul means under sac reth school and the Adams, Champlaln, rlleglous Impulse, and ,u learned how 1 1 a Allen, Pomeroy, Converse, I.awronco , easily clvlllatlon can lose Its reason. Haines, II, O, Wheeler and Thayer' And then nuii came back lunne and vou schools. It Is estimated that theio were fully 1,500 school children In the parade. It was an Impressive sight to see tliesft hundreds of children following thu stars and stripes, and practically ovary one of them carried a II t tics red, white and blue flag. Kveu the smallest of tho children weie clutching little flags as they match ed proudly along. It Is doubtful If a whole year of class room instruction would teach the., children the love for the flag which surh as, an event an lhat of yesterday Impresses upon theni. After the children came the motor transport and the animal diawn transport of Ihe Third Cavalry. must have learned l.etler than anything else that this American lepuhlic' jour homo. Is the sovereign among tho na lions ot the earth. These are some of thn lessons why the nation expects jou to leacli patriotism In civilian life Hy the foicn of your great Influence, the nation telles upon ynu to help check the peril of a radical, un-Ainei lean ele ment within Hs borders, an element the disposition of which Is shown In the con trast of two events. Two years ago Inst June, , mi took Mount fic. The 2llt Division was there and many of the Vermont bovs The GermniiB bad went out ihcir best tioops and had jKiunded you with Hi., hig guns Thn parade was closed with the slmrle from Ihe heights. Tlie siuini: ,lri,-.. wiu MiMl which entered, this. WJug I he, tloat.1 und- wnv on, I our rniinlrv waH frjy 1 tlt Church yesterday Tho afternoon ae- - - . ... ffitro fii.eiie.i i.i i , ii ti c uln trull .utimri iiirrungioii uign scnooi seemed to ue i ne um u..iiii. uiiv.it. ..j ,,,t.. w j.j.. of jjlddlebuo presiding. After" laboring somewhat bind making thelrj Hon officials In the absence of torn- llHotlonal rxeivl-es conducted by Hoirop way up Main street with the wind mow- iniaaioner jtramer was inai ine un . j,,, wllvn r Ryde- of rWWdl.t- Ihg aginsi inem. ilie, manageu, nowevei,. sioau aci nan ot-u cousinieu io nnao u:lrv tDOiio , .nri,e lem-th on "VJlfc-Araluii to keep the banner ou nn even keel that the sale of hops and malt as i of Suni.'ii. e Training Pchools." J'rofJ Local people were much pleased when ' component parts of hom made beer . uminB ..r ih, .-uIIpJk fnlTmv. tliey .saw J, M. Ashley, lieutenant-colonel, were wilholit tho pale of tho law anil Kilx u t.0ii.,reu;ttori of the matter tt. CM, ii , leaaing tne loom ex-service men, nioir sale musi snip, r.iuoi cemeiii ' preparing Snndtn school caclibr antVatt', i'nl Auhlev Is known tliroualioul the' rielnls I hrmie boll t lh .'Olllltrv havu .. .. . . . . ... ..JI Statu as "Major Ashley" and lu yoater- been notified ot the government's de dav's parade was seen for the lliel time , termination, but they have not been wnn me insignia ut ins weii-eiu ueu supplied Willi ine lecunicai language , ,(,.), of .Mlddlobiiry, during wlllcliMVurv pron.oiio... ui me urt.rjio... , jl)U lIIHIlin, w,.re mkeii up Tlie consiruciion or inn law which ie-, ,,, ,...,nl.k. .,, fol. ,h bv the president of tho usMOclntlotv we linen tlure wa.s a ilennral discussion. itt.il,,,- .1... )An,l i.C 11... Itnu. Yfr.Ti1-j N'ew.ll. ii.'.stor of the Coirifratlonttl' Much coiiiiuelit was heaid In legaid to the efficient inaner In which Chief Rus hell and men of tho police department handled Waffle dining the p.uad... No dllflciilty wa.s Incurred by those march ing by having vehicles In their way, thn streets being at all limes clsar for tha punchers. Noticeable among the banners dis played In tin. parade was the blue ban ner lettered with white, of the Klrst Vermont Cavalry, one of the famous nrganlxntlmiH of the Civil War. Tho banner wiih carried hy two of tho sur viving veterans of that outfit, than which there was once iion.t morn dashing. COMFORT IN THE COMPARISON When food's high price make inn feel Wrathyi" suld Peter Pain... 'I think of Adam's costly meal And 1 grow calm again." Boston Trnnacript. t-'f t rti Wsvi' Ati vv ih:t suited In the new otdets was made nearly Iwo months ago, At that time olllelals having II In charge started to docu nient through the rogular procedure from which It emerge as u treasury decision. But It has nol yet been appiovcd by Secretary Houston Further than to ad mil existence, ot the proposed treasury ruling utliclnls declined to discuss it. I'lmphatlc denial was niailn to thn re. port that the bureau had considered or had Included lu the ouler oilier articles used lu homo brewing. Olllelals likewise denied that provision was lo be made for thn licensing of even thn bakers and confectioners, appaiently Ihe only per sons who will he ahlo to ? ' Thero wore persistent runinrs al both tho prohibition and Internal revenue headquarters that scores nf complaints: hart come fiom the manufaclurcrs of (oroal beverages, containing less than one-hnlf of one per cent of alcohul ngalnst tha trlinendous giowih of brew ing as a home iiuluslrv. Ou Mils phase taken up and t.3 o'clock ths'B.cv.4G. Bobbins, general secretary, occupio some time with details of the work tlie association in other counties. Th business session of the day began at A'A o'clock, followed bj tin. roll call of. schools, a paper un "What Is the Rests Thing About Your Sclior.:." Lunch was served lu the church pnr'ors at six o'clock The evening session opened at sever 0 ClOl l Willi iiovuiiuuai ujvficises tgns ducted hy the Rev. Hcbeit L, Howard pastor of tho .Memorial Baptist Churctl of Mhldlebiiry and al 7:10 o'clock tho He Libert R, Holmes, rector of St. Stcprren'J Church, gavo an address insm "Thd Value of the Hymns We Sing," The,cJo Ing event of the meeting was an addresj hy tho general secretary, tho Rev. O, Kj Robblns, which broueiit liio meeting tf a close. Read the ."ids and seo how many ojx purtmiltles there a'.