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VOL. VC. "NEW SERIES VOL. LXVII.
JURLINGTON. VERMONT. THUKSDaV. OiSCEMBEK 2, 1920. GOVER NORS DISCUSS Jlscw omsas to AID FQRFARMRS Harrisburg Gathering Proposes Federal Legislation To Refund Debts of Agriculturalists Pinched by Falling Markets Harrisburg, Pa,, Dec. 1. Governor and (rovcrnors-elect reptcsentlng more than half tho States of tho Union, voted during their annunl conference hero to-day to begin an Inquiry Into what was various ly called the "acute," "alarming" and 'traffic" situation facing fanner of the country, with a view to recommending federal lobulation to assist them. An tho first step toward carrying out their plan, whlcTi was suggested by flov. W T. TTiwll, . t. e .1., t. . .. . .... ...... ti, jut..,, im: tun i .-i fun; .iuuKJi a representative appointed a committee consisting or Gov- tf h In Armenli o'lors Harding, Blekctt of North Caro-, I,, rmema. linn, Jlolcomb of Connecticut; Parker of 1 , 1 "R ,wa8 ln rPnl' 10 nn Invitation Louisiana, and Goodrich of Indiana, to ' auI "ynians, president of the coun make a preliminary survey and report c 1 of !lle, LcaBU0 f Nations, transmitting ACT AS MEDIATOR IN ARMENIA'S CASE Proffers His "Personal Mediation Through a Rep resentative" in Reply to an Invitation by Paul Hymans, President of League of Nations Council Morgenthau Likely to be President's Representative Washington, Nov. 30. President Wilson to-day proffered his "personal medlutlon to end hostlll- back before tho conclusion of the gov ernors' conference. After that. It Is con templated to send the committee to a resolution adopted In behalf of Armenia by the Assembly of tho League at Gen ova, November 2. It reniicsted that "the ... .n in, HIV VUlllllll Llf'J IU . . . Washington to urge legislation beforo 10ri'" f the Armenian tragedy" be muuhiii in mo uuem on ot ine powers with a view to entrusting some power witu tiie task of taking tho necessary Congress which convenes this month. The objects of the State executives, which Is said tn tin with nut tinvnllnl In tho history of American Kovornment, Is !n'f"rCST1! An.? tth ho8llllt,!" ' Ar' for tho organization of governors to me.",,i' , T1" ,Un'te(1. Statcs' "-though noi NUMBER 23 PRESIDENT 0BRE6O.H S INAUGURATED Occasion Marks Fourth Time In Republic's History That Ex ecutive Power Has Iken Trans ferred Peacably HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT; THE NEWS BY COUNTIES Mexico City, Dec. 1. Uy tho Asso dated Pres)-Gen. Alvaro Ohregon was Inaugurated president of Mexico at mid night last night. Tho simple ccremonv Addison County MTDDLERURY The liincrnl services of Mrs. Sarah A. Fleming, widow of nyron L. Fleming, who died Thursday were held at the undertaking rooms of A. J. Hlnckmer at three o'clock Sunday nfternoon. There wore many flowers. Services were conducted by the Rev. E. W, Gould, paator of tho local Methodist Church. The burial services of the Ladles of the Grand Armv worn ran. due'ed by members of the lornl clrclo APARTMENT H00 COLLAPSES; I RULE Nine Story Structure at 52nd Street and Broadway, New York Falls In Ruins Several Persons Buried llhi1r.P 41. A ,ll..l . I nf iK htr tun r ,... . . " . " in'- uiin-uuH tn .irs. i nrr n w. lourth mc n ,1, ,1 . " , , 11,0 ""h. The Interment was In the West 'w,lnra' ChnrI Jill " " . 110 rcmh c " M'lny t o.-motery. The bearers were jLl M "me a been ran. rrre pe- 'cefXU T"'" "t Oeorw W' Mp"' "on,r nVln rt W' ?'". Hummer Mr r v i',' T' !l Charles A. Lymnn. Mr.. P 13. La- wnfl follfvod rS.'...Cl,"?c.1"l,al!.p" " he Valley has returned fnm Vlnrn 'ho mnJ ... .... ..s among tiiosx , . . lit I whore she has brnn mnfcln.. o r, . A chapters In the your proposal Involves no repetlon of the Invitation to accept tho mandato for Armenia. "While tho Invitation to accept mnmlate for Armenia. "While tho Invltutlon to accent thn ....mum,.. ,or armenia nas Deen rejected i'ui.ie, was tne nrst to embrnr.. n. r, .. . by the Senate of tho Ttnlimi xtntn. thi. now nreslrteiit. nn,i .i, iiuii.inii railroad com , , " ....... llo it. auttWHlon OI the district. Tho work of tho meeting be gan at four o'clock, when a lodge of In struction was held under the direction of Edward W. Crannell, after which blip, per was served at six o'clock In tho din ing room of tho lodge of Potter Chapter of Mlddlcbitry. At 7:43 o'clock, a chapter of Royal Arch Masons was held. It was opened In form by Potter Chapter, No. of Mlddlebury with Arthur W. Eddy as K. H. P. This was followed by a re ception extended to tho grand officers, after which tho chapter was called to rnffA.limnn.B Af.A. f ....... V. ... r, ... n I of Mark Master Masons was opened and Q1 . lork' Dcc- L-Hroadway, at In-l tho degree of Mark Mason was conferred ffcc . wnH suddonly transformed !aM by Jerusalem Chapter No. 2 of Ver-i ,7 "-""Jon lrom "fone oi bating cs A. Chapman, E. II. P. ( . uesoiate wreckape when review of tho work by Ed- u,n ! .1,,tory ,n?rtment house under ro- lecturer, and this ln , ? ,L . ' ,' , u"r,nK vcrol ....fsons in. r.mnrl, i, I "-'"fnth the debris. At least one person Is believed to have been killed and six others are unaccounted for. by remarks by sev offlccrs present. Tho sixth district are .Icrusa- SU'fil'n In I.. .1. ft . - . . , .ii.j. .-n .i, .1... . " "it parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. T. her sister, Mr. Edward Martin. Miss! Icm' No' VcrKenncs, Charles A. Chap- llroadway was crowded with shnupem, worketn hurrying to their homes and at - man. V.. tT. T nnpllni.fnn Xittw. . llngton, Everett S. Towne, E. H. P., Pot-' , tncaire-goeM. when it terr'To homo 1 , . . ; crash rent tho air and the hulldlnc tDnnbd v... ......u.i;UU.;, ...... uuwiu, -'. .. ... .. ' . . nit,, ti,u ntreei. roriunaieiy. infl 23 Bristol, Walter E. Morgan, E. II. P. uiiiie for tho fate and welfare of the Ar- ministers, meinbi.r.M menlan people In a manner nnd to an other otHclals greeted Piesldont rYhrnom . . Ul i" ""lien ira, inis uC, u, un(i as tne succession of. n.mv tmt r . ... " .. ne meeting was very successfu . i ...1.;. " " olrccli Z.rK"l?,,'.il"wlJ".le- :."e.1,ml "r- aW-mied cabinet iholr bridge Job on I n ..V h.r. ...MrR' J' K' Crano has returned from cTP"ve,' r'ee fr.0'" .vc. of Congress and Monday In an effort t t. , .' .J Waltsfleld.-"The nurnlng Question" was r, ""J '' n trail . a Itftourt ..... nv ..... l wi n. i--.,,-.t . 4 u t l -1. r t tji- rvtiuti k ill iniwisroa nvav ir on the bridge finished up beforo win- a- lu"' "a """""r ve- splfi - - sugffest to Congress and actively ad- not a incmlter of the League was Included vocate nassnc-A nt .H.lMn,. no.,..,.,. ux me wonu 10 wnom . f.i .,.,.. .7, - . 'he broadcast invitation was Issued .w .ULUii.i uruia in j-aiuiura wno arc .,iftn,inn , 1...1 . j ninv,n,i v... fiit . Adoption of the resolution was preceded I : oeka of '.urn . nr :." L ", b- Mon of feasibility of Htri.nrtlionlri ti i L.!i hy Turkish nationalists, the Uolshevlkl .1 ".,.T VC. . " ". v,','""l "tber trans-Caucaslon elements. tlor . nf o Vn wo ' ' V , "aa"l 1,1 n' '-'"'l-' however. Mr. Wilson bald inc reuerai resoro sjstem. i.e VUB without nutlmrlrjiti A second proposal, nlso scheduled to or pnip oy the military forces of tho k. m, " ,Z . ' , ", :u"".l llnnc Htl,trs ln Project for the re- iiiuui,i .(.v uu ui i ui Jiiiiiiini' iiini nr 11,. e i ... ... f,T.irt- j i . I U4 vriuujim, or any material conirtnu- tn f Inl, . corporation be formed llon requiring tho consent of Congress 1' . . I,.l,r,cllarcs of American farm ..whc , not I10w , seSjS,on am, whoso products by foreign countries unable ctIon 1 couW not forecast." through lack of funds to .come into the, Tne President declaim!. hn,,. ti.nt he was willing, upon assurances of the American market. One voice, that of Governor Edwards moral and diplomatic support of the prin iL ri', ,rSe wa.ri!'7'1 n objection. , clpnl powers, to endeavor to bring about ...... ... ..... ,,ui. 1tu-1.11 ii'k.x mum peace between tho t-rimnmllnn- ,....rtisu in Armenia through arbitration. He asked suggestions as to the avenues through which the proffer should bo conveyed and the parties to whom It should be address ed. The text of his letter fo! ows: "I hove the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your cabled message setting for thu resolution adopted by the as- KnmV.lt- nf It... T ,..i ... Smni smt.. v... 1 ' ' V canons, ro- ', " " i"' "J " ""-Mnuestlng the council of tho League to or- wincijr uiuiui ni'urfMiiuii lor must nnivnr iItVi ihft tOBV nf i f- 1 l U .,...1 I. , ...lllt.ll.l. tut dull ill in in.' UUUlHJtt, such as Is contemplated by his colleagues would be "economically wrong." Condi tions should be left to adjust themselves, ho declared Apprehension regarding agricultural and Industrial conditions throughout the coun try characterized most of the expres sions hy speakers addressing the gover nor's to-day. h 7 . r . T '." S,iy'nK th'lt , h . ". Ulr0S cllckcd and energetic ter sets In In wn, - I ZfX ",n um,or ,ho auspices of St. Mary's tho fate of Armenia hus nlwnvx boon nf Photocranlmr k,,, - ...... ,7. . . :.. .. . 111 earnesi. .miss Dorothy nh..i. ' 1 'x . J . . . " '"""inuo 01 nasli walker who has been In im,.n Church. Thero was an overflowing house. , . , ' , , 0t t,lcm ,1"rlC(l .'ho was call-,. .;,' l,,K' ""u mlur r"le,"' wc" ,.!,.. ,tr 1 injured. Searchers expressed fear to momer, .Airs. in. IUn, to Boston. , ; . . . ,. r' nt ui.nM i"'"'h .nt iiiiuiiiiiK may nave i;een her 'sister, 1 caUKht heneath the tons of wreckago Immett and '"ain in pirrcs to a session of ,Vl ":cl- nnn.h.H.. .i,. nniHiiiT crasnes occurred nt Inter cast. I am willing, however, upon as-. Tho Argentine amlrms-idor ,.j .. , ?;iren,f'; 5'r' nntI MrF r- Walker. 1 on Main street -Mr and Mrs I eonard vals to-night as sections of the wal surances of the moral and diplomatic isters of i .ar!! ,,CJi nnr Kavatintmh and ""'J aurhr 7e 5t Modnv- evel ! ''Ich remained sUtndlng after the ... w. .iC.i lo me American people, hbuis. me Ulplomitlu gallery was filled.' week to visit her mWnl v, i 1 -1,rs' George E. Coblelgh, v ' "I!1 r'Jlll! '.r "'"'orstood Mr. Summerlln KC " ?.' "? ?V the death of her r'.,i,.i . ... !n" Z".. cowmonr In his personal school duties In s, rlnr-fiM 1 saraii Fleming, has returned . ..... .. .iiuna 111 uny nrojvui ior ine re- ciciiy anil w timnt nr .i... . ..... . r sa v T,.ninnhn,,. ":!:..?.' .Af.?Ja '"!'. ""J ,?rln' c"n f the embassy staff hav.s ricXT -l after Trt '' "I'',!0 lU!l:, ham Is In town 7o visit V A' . . tllc aumor zation siructlons from Washington to appear -Miss irl,l iv, w . JIrs' w- Jones.-Jullus AV " -V .u M w .7" " nol.n.ow m Nes- as a courtesy to the Incoming Proal. Prnrtnr ,, V, LV, '.. "-...I' V." l" !-on have bought and taken pos .-.in nun wjiiise ocuon 1 coum not fore- , dent. ..-.. ., .mu wmi nur nn. it -"."'?.. . the I,r"cll,aI wers and In and Belgium wtTe present. . la an spending the nlng for New York city, from which port f'"' 1c1'ai'''''. We way. while other . . ' '.r1 , response to tno Sweden. Uruguay. Cuba, Peru Great M V w i ,m rl, ,, o . the "11 en route for their home I ' ",K tnrcatene.i the 11 es re-iuest of the council of the League of Britain and Prance w rcnrZ'nini W ! r.i to ' "ave return- ln Hollan(1 lo vt relatives for several I . firemen and policemen who search- Nations, to use my good offices and to ihnlr rhn,. ,iil . ,.M1,'"cnle'1 i ct to Ilallston Spa., N. V. Monday, ,, itl winif,i r.,.,,i ha ,' the debris for boding In tho tr'era proffer my personal mediation to a repro- Salvador, llon.luras and N car rTt" ' wVn l,,,'"Kh,t 7-;"n' turned to Rutland after a short visit In ' f Powerful searchlights. , , , town.-Wllmarth Sherman has returned nor was occu- mi, IleV Of MnnchpRtnr. Afr mm.I MrD ..... . . . ... nn niltntytnt. to .r.t.nn,. 1 1 1... Tr., o i.u . ' .. , , irom i.udiow, wnere ne nas been to visit ,, ' . i Eugene Smith of Rutland and Harry Mr, nnd Mrs. Fred W Sherman -Th.id lces thnre. The Injured persons w.io Smith of Springfield, who have been pnuro has enlisted In the First United m,lln,v employes of this concern and spending a few days at the home of states Infantry and started for Camp i.!"10" employed ,n repairing thn Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Smith, have re- Travis, Texas, to begin his service -Mr bu,,lling. Three girls in the nutomo- turned to their resnectlve homes. Miss and Mrs. Leonard F. Wing, who were in h"'' establlshment were burled be- Elizabeth Baldwin has returned to Mid- town to pass the holidays with Mrs neath tho wreckage but were resr iod u.-uurK, vu nn.. wnere sue is a teacner. Wing's narents Mr and Mrs Gem-no T "u" ""h "" irom cuts and brui es SET WONJI DATES ARrlrultiirnl Society Itc-eleci OflleerH nnd Choose Augiint !10, :t1, Jjept. 1-'.' F.ir i: v lill.lt "Ton offered to the United States tho opportunity of undertaking the humani tarian task of using Its good offics to end tho present tragedy being enacted In Armenia, and you assure me that sentntlve whom I may designate to end ' special delegations mo iiuiunues uiai are now neing waged Prior tn ti.n 1 . against the. Armenian people and to aldermen of M vl rll c"e,"onl"H the bring peace and accord to the contending "'al ot n-L L , A C te,mlcrei1 "' parties, relying upon the council of the u jto- , .1 T 0,0 ,m,nM League of Nations to -uggest to me the nd " ""' Ul:h the "' "dulster of avenues through which mv proffer should r", 011,1 '"'""ce, Itafael .ubaran bo conveyed and tho parties to whom it .",co.nleI n behalf of the should bo addressed." Amonf officials In close touch with the President It was suggested that on account of tho familiarity of Henry Morgenthau, former ambassador to Turkey, with Near Eastern problems, It was possible that he would bo tho "representative" through whom Mr. Wilson might net. Tho President al ready has before him much data bear ing on Armnnla In connection with tho task Intrusted to him of fixing Armen ian boundaries. Question as to the. fate of tho Arm enian nation was raised In the League -.isMfiiiui.v ,11 vjtiifvu. ny none viviamii... .i.A,. i . ' of France, who declared that tho at- company with Senor De La tltude of the LenTlm tnwnrrt Armonln .f . Wi? t0-,Iay too! the oath as would constitute either vindication or condemnation of tho league to the world. The Armenian resolution was adopt ed by unanimous vote. government the American and other visi tors, his address being replied to bv Governor Larrazolo of New .Mexico, who spoke on behalf of the visiting Ameri can governors. Shortly before midnight those at tho banquet sturted for the chamber of dep uties, making their way through a dense crowd that filled the streets and threat ened to overflow past the long lines of soldiers. General Ohrccon ..ni,.ro,i ti, after a week's visit at the home of Kidder, have returned to Uutlnnd.-Mrs! ! J'01'00 ,0,,Kht held back crowd." in Mlddlebury, Dcc. 1. The annual meet ing of the Addison County Agricultural society was held In the town hall here this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. President ' William Nonnan nf Atbll.mi pullnil tlm I meeting to order. Owing to the bad weather and the wietcbed condition of ihe roads the attendant e was compara tively small, In fact, much below the i'.vcrage of former years, there being not over 120 or l.'l) people present during the proceedings. Instead of the (Wl or 7)n members of the society usually in evi dence. The report of tho treasurer and of the board of managers was presented by the secretary. Hobert W. McCuen of Vergennes, was heard and was accepted and adopted. Treasurer Phillip E. Crane of Mlddlebury reported total receipts for the 192(1 fair of $13,101.31 und expenses of $15,553.73. This was followed by the election of officers and the offlcers-ln-chief of tho society were all n -elected, as follows: President, William Noonun of Addlron LEAGUE OF iliS FINED $110 FOR G1TY cms UP Armenia Cloud Which Menaced The Assembly Is Broken By President Wilson Agreeing To Act As Mediator BOOZESMUGGUNG Littlclown, N. H., Man Pleads Guilty in Federal Court at Montpelier Montpellcr, Nov. 30.-FInes totaling ! $1,725 wero Imposed to-day ln 13 cases fipnitv.t TTo. 1 T.. itv... a ......),. i ., , . v . . . , tlke" "P In the first dny'a session of Press)The League of Nations city showed ,., . . , , .,,-. , , , ' "Ited States Court, Judge Ilarland B. a far more cheerful aspect to-day than , ., ' ,,, ' . Howe of Burl ngton, presiding. George at any time since the delegates to the T, ,,,,. . , ' , "eorge , , , r" 'iolfe. Littleton, N. H pleaded gulltv Assembly began o gather from the to bringing In 201 ouarts of whiskey and four corners of tho earth. The sun was fined SIM. which h nM nrst vice-presiclent, William C. Hack of V V ""'" tune; um with costs, Orwell; second vice-president, Frank E. ! ', ' anxloUN expressions disappeared Dariua Te-trail It of Manchester N II Footo of Cornwall. Mr. Hack asked to 'rnm ninny ''a00"' am1 l,Ptt' annayances was fined $100 and coats and sentenced to bo excused and was exniFed by vote of, Vre , . .kIb1u ot because the Armenia ' one dnv In Washington countv Jail for vl- the meeting nnd Second Vice-President I "Ju" nlcn menaced the Assembly has nlation of the federal Immigration law by .1. C. S. Hamilton of Brldport was chosen I J1 ''roken hy President Wilson's ac-; bringing Jessie Beaudette into this eoun first vice-president in his Mead. Dlrec-j L'f'V,iint'' of tUe ''"le of mediator. . try from Canada. Napoleon Blols nf Sun- tors for one year wero chocen as follows: I " '. ".i iour, in uw. nimsn rooic. .v. )l pleaded guilty to a violation Henry Belden of Brldport dlfbury and T Hm I '11. V1ltn.1t .1.nn1...1 . 1. t , p ... .i.uuih, IMIil T.. .1. 1 in lull ' 1 ... I 11 1 iah.... I.... ...j.,,,.,,. .iii.i.r.u-it ill.. , ... , . ., .. ! ."' .fc ..it-. ... .mail ui liui- members and made a few rmtuks. lie!' , A . , ' . un'le" fclntes, i.razu,iand were fined $V) each and costs for ..... . ,, .vu..,,.. Miniiuir orrences and n.i rt t n. r .viutB ivur in peine Together, t in,- hrnuMtt imi.. ti... it was done a good mniiy mro entile , ,., , . ., . .... . .' "'"""" ....... it mi ui. ,ur ii.uiiiici ivH...iiiiib the possibility of arriving at any sort of h fatlsfiictory undcrslandlng with Mus- taidia Kemal had not yet disappeared. ie year wero chosen as follows:! en Arthur .1. Ba four, of the British rook. N. H pleaded guilty to a violation Idea of Shoreham, H. E. Smith I ' iT'1''""' Who M nl0nB has b,'en keP-"f t'ie Volstead act by bringing three rt. Allan T. Calhoun of jn,' t'""1 "' the results of mediation with Mus- gallons of alcohol Into the country nnd id William H. Jackson of Wnl- , p, K"ma'' th" TV,'k!fil nationalist . was fined $7". and costs, which he' paid, 'resident Noonan thanked the ' ('"U'1'' c'"l,"" ratification this eve- W. .1. Ilackett and M. L. Guerrv of Itut- said he thought the cattle premiums ' V" , Ti?., 'xmf,r1''11? a"" '"rop.. ought to be increased and that In en.,, J"'" '"" In an endeavor to settle i. .. ! the vei.(l problem. The Br t sh statesman nor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs-. William Marcus Branch has returned to Orwell j Roadway while workmen engaged bv Baldwin. Mr and Mrs. Allan Calhoun after a brief vIMt In town. Mrs. Mary ' clty bu"dlng department risked th- Ir bav returned from Albany, N. V., where Carrier, after visiting In other parts of livea ln nn pffrt tn relieve tho welg.- on they have been Tor a week at the home te State, Is now a guest at the homo of ' ,ne unPcr floors and prevent the sa- ng of their daughter, Mrs. Archie Mnttl- Mr. and Mrs. .lames Dutelle in Proctor. I wn" on the Broadway side of the stnu son. Tho Misses Jennie and Ada Brls-:Mlss Margarete Harte has returned from ' turo trom Blvlng way. Digging in tho tol have returned from Vergennes. Rutland after a visit of some length at j ,,el,ris In the street was stopped when where they spent Thanksgiving and tne home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harte. i 1,10 waIls ptlll standing in parts of tho chamber win, t.r ,..r . . ,. , . ",u I intervening time witn tlieir sister,1 The main event of Thanksgiving Day":"" 'e aiong uroauway laZrt. IroMslonnl IVesldent Do Mrs. H. C. Herrlck. Ed win E. Jones was tho union religious observance which I threatened to collapse. x.cl Jiuert.l. . , ,tt .... ....... .. ..... t Tli mnn l...tlrt,..1 . l,... i Lin... Immril'iiinit. r..., ni . , t"-""u!,1J ""i w;-. mmer nunnay iook piace in tne rorenoon at tne Jieni-l l" ueu ismm k- Ln, XI ! . b,reK'' had taken and Monday thai, during last week. i orlal Baptist Church, where the Uev. E. I ,vaM Jeff Smith, a foreman employed by Mr. and Mis-. Clarence II. Taylor have ' W. Gould, pastor of the .Methodist Church ' tno ""recking company. A fellow im returned from Springfield, Mnss.. after gave an able and strong address to a not 1 P''e working near Smith on an upper a week with tho family of their son, 1 very large congregation. There was some nart of the building, reported that ae Harold Taylor. I very fine music. There were no other suw '"e toreman carried down in the fall- . . - 'O-l. l.lt'U UlK-sent on the rostrum the oath was ad ministered and after brief foiinltntinn. Prcildont Obrcgon's secretary of the trea sury. With Its new president saretv intniio,i In olllce Mexico City made Carnival for mo remaimier of tho night. The cafes, which normally clos- at midnight, offered special musical programs and dan -Ing be ginning at that hour, in the streets holi day crouds threw confetti and bands played Hverywhere. President Ohregon planned to start his ofllclal life with a reception at the na tional pa ace at which tho new cabinet will be sworn In. Ills Induction Into office will make small change In Presi dent Obregon's c'.omestlc affairs. He has announced that be will not live in Cha pultepete Castle, the magnificent presiden ts' home provided by the government because he does not "want bis boys to tear It up." He lias taken a house at tho foot of the huge city upon which the castle stands, and will use the executive mansion only on Statu occasions. Guy Mnlrr nnd i.ve- l'nttlsi.a .Score at .IlliliUetniry Collect In ltnilal For Tww IMnno Mlddlebury. Dcc. 1. The second num- Tho annual convocation of District No. public proceedings of any character f of Royal Arch Masons of Vermont was Mrs. Sarah A. Fleming, widow of B. M. bed In the Masonic Temple here Tucs- Fleming of this town, died suddenly in day afternoon nnd evening. There, was a large attendance from lodges In (Continued on untre 3) GIRL S STORY LEADS 10 FOUR ARRESTS OOZE SMUGGLERS' HIS PILING UP Madeline Longe Says Father Judge ve Imposes $1,500 and Told Her of Killing of Fair Haven Man Rutland, Nov. 30. There was no ar raignment to-day of the four Fair Haven men who are under nrresfon the charge of murdering Owen Hayes of Fair Ha ven October 6. Attorney General Frank $1,000 Penalties Jail Terms For Some Ing debris with the first crash. GIVE PRIEST FAREWELL Itev. Norliert I.ncliniief Ifimonil l,y bare I'nrSlilonerj. On lhr of !e parturc for Xrwiturt Alburg, Dec. 1. Over ,200 of th' par'sh. loners of St. Amadous Church gathered In Flynn's hall this evening to tender the l!ev. Father Norbert Lachancc a farewell reception previous to his leav ing to take up his new charge at New port, where he will succeed Father Pas tien, a former priest here, who has been transferred to Vergennes. During tin evening a substantial purse was pres rod Father Lachance as a partial expression of esteem. Father Lachance has made manj friends and Is deserving of the promo. Min .m n tnHnn H..1.1 11. t. Alt... .... A10"!1'.. n?c-..1-Bo0". "mUBRlers station here with a devotion and ability. Z.? , t , .J t-'nuert states whl h has won a place in the community 11. nJ"d" "wSi han,lu" 0Ut ,0- ana the esteem of those outside as well f "na af1' 0 f o: one man got as ,n hiM church, IIo came nfre , Burial l t v', "t0 tCa,rSt',J,?; AUBMt. 1311. from Hyde Park, where lu Bu llnstontnen. L. J. VIzlna and Phillip omciated ten vears and wblch wn. M. C. A. Archibald, States Attorney P. M. M. "1"'n."; .dw ,tm Penalties for bring- flrft 'oharge. ".- nuiuui v. L t 1 1 it JiiuU iiuwe ill- Phelps and Detective John It. Wood of j PO' unt tw0' men ba"ck ' JJ - ti.... ... n.t.A v.Au,...i ..lAe.i : v,....i . .. ..... .. . .. ir.uor 01 Father Billon, who lies been adminls- the Sacred Heart Church ln ber of the Mlddlebury College entertain- , Boston spent the entire day behind closed hard nnd try to recollect the name of the i,, ,, , , , . urc,h ln ment course was given this evening in doors with come of tho accused men. ! man they were bringing liquor to Thcv t rr ,, ncc "1 , ,, 1 of MonsKnor Mead Memorial chapel by the gifted seeking lo strengthen the evidence upon I had said thev could not remember but I Uoaree of Burlington, will taka American pianists, Guy Miller and Lee Patttson, of Boston, the acknowledged that Hayes was enticed to a dark spot If thej tried hard enough. At least would bo attracted to this fair Tho dates for tho next fair wero then set ns August .10 and III nnd Feptembel 1 o -ir.il 1 I.I. , i . .. i i' I'll" 'uili'U nun mil Jl'l II KUIIMt'iUl'U. ln,?JrJ r-"H. Lo pointed out hull been meeting that Director MrCaulcy of Shore ham had been very III for .-:omo time, a motion was mado and carried that the sympathy of tho meeting and hope for his speedy recovery be extended. The matter of tho Insurance of the buildings of the association was then brought up by former Preslt'ent John E. Weeks, who stated that tho Insurance on the bulldliiRs a year ago was S23.0W, that It hud since, been Increased tn J3:,00i aiifj that In his opinion It should be Increased again to at least $10,000. This figure was put Into a motion by Charles A. Chapman of Fer rlsburg and ununlmously carried. Presi dent Noonan next mado some statements In regard to tho amount of money spent on the races last ear and In previous years and said that the business of man aging and getting race horses hero was sometimes a tough proposition. CHARGE OVERCOAT THEFT 'William Slley Ik Arrested In Hut llnjrlo,, for Police of ,st. Allmns St. Albans, Dec. L Chief of Pollco J, F. Mahone.y returned to this city last eve ning with William Hlley. who was arrest. ed In Burlington at tho request of the obtained, and that wan the wonderful sine! nolo of North and South America and Kurd))!' getting together to try to set tle u difficulty In an obscure corner on the Black Sea. "If one had suggcstcl 11 five years ago," he added, "lie would have been legardo'l as a dreamer, and wou'd Indeed have been a dreamer had tho League of Nations not come In the meantime." llenu Vlvlanl, representing France, ex pressed the warmest satisfaction over President Wilson's message, and was dur ing thn day Ihe object of' many congratu lations, ,lt being generally conceded that It was his efforts In the assembly that saved the Armenian iiuestlon from falling a victim to deny. RUTLANDERS RESORT TO TRICKS TO GET COAL Rutland, Dec. 1. Rutland Is almost coal less so far as dealers' bins arc concerned, It was Impossible to buy a pound of an soon as there Is fuel on the way to this leaders in the artistic and sympathetic , near Castleton Klver ln Fair Haven. Interpietatlou of music for two pianos, knocked on the head with a club and The men differ greatly In temperament, j thrown Into tho water, but they havo so merged their Indlvldu- I An autopsy was performed after the allty and havo so developed their under- ' man's body was discovered and drowning standing nnd sympathy that they play , was given as the cause of his death. Noth together as one. As remarkable as their Ing was known that the authorities sus extraordlmry precision of ensemble was , pected anthlug wrong until Into Monday j tho finely calculated distribution ot tonal j night when the arrest of Joseph S. Ditf- ba'ance. j fany. Peter W. Longe, L. L. Bat'dwell The program, which showed wide range and Herbert Love'l was announced. The of style, was drawn largely fioni modern 'first three were taken at Fair Haven; the composers and Included i clei tlnns from ' last at Proctorsvllle. Debussy, Halnt-Snens, Brahms, .Schutt, i The nrrest of tho quartet Is the result Arensky nnd Hutchinson. Mr. Paulson's if Information given the authorities by arrangement nf Mnusorgsky's "Corona- '.ongo's l. year old daughter, Madeline, tlon Scene" from "Boris Godounow," anil w lio says her father told her that he and entt..C'....nni ... ... 1.1. ...un..,ot.. L-lll..,l f. tvtr... iir-eltirr r .. . tii, i , 1 1 , . , ., . 1 1 n .Jii-i.w ivriti IlIIllinK UIO I''' ,i.-.ewi...v.T .it... no.v.i ........ .......p jaiieu in send In tholr questionnaires nt most brilliantly executed numbers. ber to keep still about It. Madeline Is tro proper time during the draft process. Tho pianists wero repeatedly lecalled said to he in love with Louis Bishop, now and at the end of the program plaved i 'n Addison county jail, .Mlil-iiemiry, tor a wlileli tli.. sstnle will .itteiimt tn nruvfl llie lii.l.... ti, ,,,,. .v,.. ,..u. ,. ..... . . . -ho uru mis eeK. ....... -- -- ,uuhiii t.it-.. iiiiKiiL un .tint; iu 1 he about nine ouarts of liquor. tour rr i were nol prossed. These were Ui-r l Canlell. the companion case to tin of Bolfe; Mrs. Tetrault. companion ease tn that of her husband; Onlas J. .loyal of Newport and James L. Greenwood of Lyndon, nlleged to have The Orgy" and Bach's "Si- Mrs. Ismay Garrlty. postmistress nt Wilder, was ablo to furnish bail amount ing to Sl.cno for nn appearance later In court. She Is chnrged with embezzlement of government funds. The following pleaded guilty this af ternoon: Arthur Vlnlette Swnnton, s-muggllrig on a motor boat, fined S'O. .lo. eoli A Tttieltte rlfnnl... II r ,....1 .aa ' . ..' , "'; concert or tne .Miuoieuury course. and sentenced to county jail here 30 davs for assisting three aliens into Vermont; Achllle Laundry, Berlin, N. II., fined $.7) for bringing two gallons of whlskcv into the St.ite; SCoel Pelerln, Berlin, N, H same fine, It costing him J3.'i() to get his nutomnblle back; Samuel Burns, Cam bridge fined Ml for having liquor In his possession and transporting same; An donis Hheaume, Kt. Parlco, Que., sen- st.itutory offense, In which thu girl Is Implicated. Bishop has a gmidgo against Longe, it Is paid, and It Is alleged tipped off the authorities to Interview Madeline Arensky's cillenno Tho concert program of Messrs. Malcr and Paulson this season Includes en gagements with the nrinclnnl ti'mnhnm' orchestras, among them thu Now York Stanley Wilson to-night to call a special Philharmonic, which gnvo tin- onenlnc i srnnu jury 10 near tne iour men s cases. THOUGHT SEASON OPEN OWEN HAYES DEATH TO HE AND SHOT A DEER PROBED. HY GRAND JURY savo them tho opportunity after fining mem ji.iiou. The day was nn exceedingly lively, one. all In all. Judge Howe declined to accept tho plea of guilty made by Adelard Bllledeau of Canaan after a statement of the counsel j vbad Jeen mado to the court about the . matter. Bllledeau, who was charged with . having In his possession liquor contrary to law was nackward about entering a Plea and did not ndvanco any reason and then his attorney, M,r. Farman, asked leave tn plead for him, pleading Springfield, Mass., Youth Wanted Train Hide linil WImiIs l' nt Brandon Where Police Apprehend Mini Brandon, Dec. 1. A youth who wanted to take u train ride wound up In Bran don this week, but has been caught and will be sent back home to Springfield, Mass. Constable Nichols received a telo- "guilty." Tho court declined to accept a L -""e -tennis rocoivea a lelo Plea and asked the voung man who i, '"""f,0 "T?1 rlngnold M-nda, vears of age. to plead over again. Ho ' "l"1!.1. renuesting him to locate Will. aid "not guilty," so that he stands for 3L T V1;, , , , "''Snt rial. It Is claimed, by tho respondent. ! "L ,h' Vl,et t0 n",on St. Albans police. Slley Is charged with . clt'- Tno coal " "knn condition to tne larceny or on overcoat, and other personal articles from Joseph Warner of this city. Warnor, while receiving treat ment at the St. Albans hospital lust Wed nesday was visited by Slley. Slley In formed Warnor that ho hud no place to live Warner cave him (ho kev in i,in home and told him he could live thero and w0) half- I-,atPr he ,ound tnat the fellow that If It became colder Siloy could wear liaii PeIlt' anJ cut the 1,000 pounds out Four lieu A i re led In Ciiiineellon Willi Fair l!nw-n Cote Committed tu Jail Rutland, Dec, 1. The investigation of the death of Owen Hayes of Fair Hnven tenced to one day In jail and to pay n , the night of October C, which Is based fine of ?;.o nnd costs for attempting to on the assumption that he as murdered li-'-' iii, v,f into this state: Aipnist was concluded to-day and Attnrnev nn. thrnolte to-day iilthough a llttlo soft and Joseph Phoenix, North Troy, fined eral Frank C. Archlba:.! departed for bis coal might be obtained, Most dealers nre'' '' 'onsplrlng to get a man Into home. The four men nrrested In connec- entlrely out of all sizes. Distributors 'his State. j Hon with tho Investigation have heen say that the condition will be relieved' benton Damon, Newark, pleaded not committed to Jail without arraignment to guilty to a charge of failure to fill out his uwalt the action of tho grand Jurv. which questionnaire In the selective draft serv- I Mr. Archibald expects, will be summoned ice.. Constable Nichols found the boy that evening about nine o'clo 1; at the ' m of Fred Bresseau on Depot street, when he had been taken in for the night lie was allowed to remain thero and .o next morning his relatives wero notified. afternoon nnd took him home. The only motive the lad seemed to bava for leaving home was to have a r' V on the cars. This Is the second runaway oy hat ANNOUNCES 11 DATES the sugar shortage of war time ho many aro tho tricks tried to ohtaln coal. One man went to a store and said that ho was entirely out and his family was suf fering. The dealer addressed had a ton he was going to sell to a man but ho split It and gave the beater of tho talo of his overcoat, Slloy accepted the Invita tion and it Is alleged, that after remain ing two days departed with tho koy and the articles mentioned above. of town to a friend. TWO SHOT DEAD IN SALOON Passaic, N. J Dec. 1. Two men wore .shot dead nnd ono seriously HAD Sr,0,000 CAPITAL Wlllliimntotm Company of Man., Iu Conduct I.nxl lllork Mfor. niisliieim Montpelior, Doc. 1. Tho Wllllamstown mat wane ne carried Into a train n knap sack and grip, or rather, he said, helped arry them Into the train and although 'oy were left In a seat beolde him, ho maintained ho did not know wlmt -ne I the authorities u, interview Madeline t , T, . - next morning his relatives wero . state s Attorney riieips asueu Jimge . . notn . His hrother. John Burke, arrived in th Judge Howe also sent John nnd Truman Greggs, father nnd son, hack to think over a $1,000. flno, having suggested that from the evidence presented, their case seemed to warrant flint One ll them tn "think linn!" n.. the nr.,,,.. e Constable Nichols has located lnr. v.tn- Brattleboro, Dec. 1. County Fish and thu man to whom they delivered tho larg m a f,nv "eeks and both were from . ....... ....... .. . a ... .... fttip iirtflnM Mne nnt.Kt w arden. 11;. li. .Aieieair oi tins ni.ice .ju.wuuy or junior aner inev rencneii x.tw. ' received to-day tho report of the shooting Hampshire, of n deer this morning by Selectman Bert Phllabert ' I.nBlond of Lewlston, Me , .Morse of Newfane. .Mr. Morso said ho was sentenced to jail for one day and to thought the deer season opened Dicem- pay a fine of $100 and costs for bringing Mlddlrlmry College ll.-ik.liiill schedule ber 1, which was the owning date a two girls Into this country, claiming they ,. n,.,.. in with Mlmuv i.nv school few years ago, but Iu this bo was mis- wero his daughters, wKon, It developed, ... ., taken as the season does not open until they wero not. Charles Norstcd of St.' ul,dletury. Dec 1 The bask -tL nil next Monday. Warden Metoalf went to Alhnns and Arno'd Brooks of Swnnton cnJl",;' ot 11 dates of Mhldlebim Col. Newfano to make an Investigation, and Paid KM each for bringing eight cases of V0 us annouiic.Ml hy Manager W. In view of thu fact thnt the shooting Scotch whiskey nnd two quurts of wine, 1 C0t'H the nanus ot nine In. was done through a mistake It is not while Ernest Mongeon of Attleboro, Mass., stltutlons strong In basketball. Wit! likely that a heavy penalty will be ln. ami Alfred Medio of Paw-tucket, It. I four ot last year's varsity siiund bach 0),;i, paid $o00 and costs for bringing in 3M tOKS Middlebury has started practic quarts of Gold Camp whiskev and 2i on what promises to be a succesful car quarts of Canadian whiskey. Besides tho men from last year's t. am, II.... Il...... r.,.. t tltnt'n nr., .i .,..1.. nf ...... rM TOC!'P"TVT P HIAnVTIe1 ":. nuscw Jevysque ami -.v ..u,,,,'vi .,l . icmuiu-u wilt UIN ISUOi UIN A: MAliNIli Francis Oullette all of Lawlsiim. Me., have played on nron school teams, mm , ; ; were fined each, having brought flvo other material In the student body Lyndonvllle. Dec. l.-Lack of business mmrts of liquor Into tho country. Ray- which Is but now being brought tc .... the Tloston Ai Maine latlroad In both i ..t nut.... ... r ..ui.i. .... . ri, ntitltnrltlec nr.. BMlfl In l. . . I"" , , . , -- iiiimti le.iift mm uiiuiii juiik "I .uail- . " nuuiiiun iu inn anilOUUCea J, ,Z tn.Tfn, n ! t ,r. l" C.ny nC0'1 Vif'onser and fielsht business have cost chpstPr X. H., were fined a like sum for scheilule Manager Cohon states that ne- at once. Peter W, Longe, whose Ll-year-old daughter Is said to have told tho story that lead to tho arrests of Joseph Dulfuny and L. L. Bardwell, have been taken to Addison county Jail. Robert Lovcll Is no,, i m tno jail ncrc. LAY OFF EMPLOYES of conducting n lnt l.loel, ,.,e. . ,ii r.nv..n i...".", ""T lu.a T'. . . Of Wino. inn. i wmi.. n "".iwiiiiK ... is well! St. Jouiispuo iiHs not oeen auecieu as ,,, ,. i,',,.itei.',Yii, j ne oupuai sioch over yuuio m am'. Aro vnu nrictlcal or Imaginative? ' wounded in a sah.nn .,.,.,. ..,.: ".. "'.papers nre signed the minor ,-.', .,.,....111 i ........ -V.T. I.-. i".., . " 1 . tnyior, t. F. McNIclmi and , and Classified ads will anDoal to vou In ellh. . bar keener bail serve,! i.e.... tr. ,. i .. . "l i: '' r .'"-icutii -trou who asked tor I Hoyt oVl..:,Cl,USCUH ' C