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VOL. VC. NEW SERIES VOL. LXVII.
BURLTNGTONuVERMONT. THURSDAY DECEMBER 16, 1920. NUMBER 2" UN CLE SAMUEL "GETS RICH QUICK WITNESS DESCRIBES "IRISH MBLIG" Lawrence Ginneil, Tells Amer- iran Tnvnctirrniltiir rnmmittpp " New York, Dec. 15. Uncle Sam "got Prnnncnrl finvt Tb nn "Trlpnl ' l lcn "-"'ck" to-day. Then lio turned Collects $800,000,000 in Income Taxes Then Pays It All All Out Again -.WESTER N UNION DEFIES STATE DEPT. HARDING ADDRESSES DE VALERA ON AMERICAN MOTHERS 1Y TO ENGLAND HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT; m ZSEJVEWS BY COUNTIES Gives Notice That Company Will Asks Them to Co-operate With So London Paper States Gave1 Co-operative Commonwealth" Washington, Dec. 15. The ays tern of government which Irish Republican lend ers propose to sot up In Ii eland was de scribed us "an Ideal co-operative com monwealth" by Laurence Glnnoll. for mer Irlnh member of the British Parlia ment, In testimony to-day before tho commission of tho committee on 100 In vestigating the Irish question. Mr. Glnnell, who declined to appear be fore the commission until he had been assured that It would not "attempt to go behind the present Irlnh republic " In any of Its recommendation?, presented n rough draft of the governmental sys tem proposed by the Irish republicans. The ancient Ilrehon laws, from which many of tho present day socialistic doc trines nro derived, Mr. Glnnell said, prob nbly will form the basis for Ireland's form of government should the efforts of tho republican lenders to Rain Inde pendence from Great Britain prove suc cessful, lie told th ecomm'ttee ho had written a book on socialism, obtaining his material from these laws. Land In Ireland apportioned under the British land act for tilling, he said, has been leased to "favored cattlo raisers," necessitates migration at Intervals of a large part of the population In some districts to Englnnd to find work. Tho governmental system, which tho Irish republicans plan to put Into effect, ho said, contemplates "breaking up of the large tracts of land In Ireland, now used for grazing and distributing of them In smaller parcels to suitable persons to be tilled." Mr. Glnnell, ns well as Miss Ruth Ttus sell, another witness, who last year In vestigated conditions In Ireland for the Chicago Daily News, declared that tho religious issue In Ireland has b"en "ar tificially stimulated" and exirrirerated. Miss Ttussell went extensively Into poelal, economic and religious conditions nnd endeavored to establish that mill owners In the province of Vlster had stirred up religious intolerance to pre vent organization of the'r workers. This religious feeling has been .submerged In a unanimity of opinion favoring self determination for Ireland, she declared. Miss Russell said that tho British au- riron.,,1 n.t nnl.l ..... .11 .1.. . t. ...vv,. mm Ji.l.u uut Ull II1U llllJIli: , Ui ....... .1... 1.... .1... . , 1 I n ui'-- iti.31 uiiy lur nis ncpnews unu nieces to pay their final lO-'O Income Ins Installments of about $SO0,00O,O0O. But It also was the day on which certificates of indebtedness worth JIKI.OOO.HOO and In terest of Liberty nnd Victory bonds amounting to JHO.noo.ooo fell due. All day long butchers, bakers and candlestick makers thronged tho customs house here to pay Income taxes. Connect Its Cable from Barba does to U. S. Lines Regardless of Govt. Opposition i Public Officials to Insure Their Children's Educational, Religious and PhysicalWelfare Up Room at Waldorf-Astoria, Addison County MIDDLEBURY Tho annual meeting and election months ago In New York city, where they have lived. Mrs. Perclval was taken 111 Sunday. December G, with tonsllltla and on Wednesday It had developed Into scarlet fever from which sho died Friday Tho funeral and burial look nine stun. day. Miss Margaret Force h is raturned Washington Dec. ID. (By .the Asso ciated J'i'eBR), Notlco was given the American government to-day by New comb P. Carlton, president of the Mall I Western I'nlon Tolegrnph Company, Of nfflonr nf fhn fl,1,l lV,,, 1. New York, a Few Days Ago- f the Mod wd of America XX.'X S, Not in Philadelphia TIX' w&i-a S Wrt & ......... .f . . i. t .1.. t.... I'ortlor: banker. James McNulla: clerk, ,in... i o h . T. I MnHot. OMo llo,. If. Amnnn ....... .,,.. ,.... i.unuon. j inu, j.j. t win" ii. mil .... . ' -."jr. ,i, ii;ii. .... i-. uurier. mothers wore asked by President-elect nlng Stnndard to-day says he Hearns from 'a" Al trost, watchman, Artluir who has been In town on a short business nn authoritative source that Eamonn De- " un. .....i.ik.hi, una- trip, nas returned to Rutland. -MHs Flor- Valera, "president of tho Irish ropub- ' tl' fr llree years. Nnpoleon Desja- enco Yates, daughter of Mr. and lira. Harding to-night to give to school offi cials, and othor public servants u full nc.. 's' p.xper ted to land in England in a ,lon- Tho Installation will take place E. K. Vates, a student at '.ho Mlddlebury few days. . measure of co-oneration In the rdiie.i- r.... .i.... I oil the first Thursday evening In .Inn- Colleen, on her wnv hnino rmm f.r,ti,r carrleis unloaded pouch after pouch filled lha, ,,,s comnny lUends to connect ' tlonal, religious and physical training of - The hem? office and olllcers of tho Irish "ary at which time a banquet will be Tuesday noon was taken suiMenly 111 with checks, money orders and rash of Barbadoes wlth its I children Self-Dotermlmitlon League ny tboy havo rvrA. The camp degree was confer- when near the home of Mr. and Mrs. others who settled with the government' " ncw cab,e from Baibadoes -with Its children. Information on tho subject. ,irl1 0 ono candidate after which a Frank J. Donahue on Frankl'n street. ; oanquet was served. Tile nose-liousi- She was taken in there bv her fr ends who t- ir.i?n,n,r n Votrn ' located In tho Logan House Park, for- woro with her and hex ta:ents were com. tho wealth that- accumulated to-day, the opposition of President Wilson and 1Inrdlnl.' rteclarod It the duty of mother- ..p-(,slj,,,u of h(! trh republic" who Is murly known as tho Volunteer hose munlcatcd with. She was later removed around Collector W. H. Kdwards. It was the State department I hood t0 U "Ul tlniu llomo "l1,rlt reported bv the London Kvenlnc Stand- ' '""se has now become tho headfiunrt. to their home on W;)KhIt,ton street and 3S ' Bastlen. the of St. Peter') Informal rt hursday eve attendance cf C rch an lies socletlc John M. Cals1 nresided nnd Intrnduperl the 'menlfer Valera who is !n nKir health is believed Proceeds will be devoted to furnishing Mayor Wayland S. Bristol msde the a tn bo In riMadelphla and that be Intends the hall of the building. A great dress of welcome for the city Postma- i,olng to Atlantic City to recuperate. quantity of Christmas trees cut In the ter John H. Donnelly In beha'f of t' ' A statement by I)e Valera, -.u.Mirtlns neighboring towns have been shipped, church, and Mr. Donnelly .nd S. 1 . .... .,...!!-. .1.... ine siano ni cunK t'n'3iiieiii vii.inii, oi... ..cics i-uiiiwuu iu inu city .Miner uuroiiuceo i-ainer aa4tien ho had found sentiment In and out of advising the Irish people to hold fast, markets. Some of the tree cutters on those present, and Father Bellrose of Congress stronply supporting the pWn WBH lvpn out at his otliee here to-night, the mountains have found It hard work Taftvllle, who is for a few days t Tho address was delivered at the" Mcth- 1 1 ,ar,oun,! nnd ha,ve J,een Eren,tl' K,1,st of Father Bastlen, made a fc odist L'plscopal Church here at the end Philadelphia, Dec. 1.".. Kamonn Do Impeded In their work by a surplus remarks. Refreshments were se-ved a I of one' of Mr. Harding's busiest days Valera was not In Philadelphia to-night, of snow. a social hour enjoyed. The Rev. J03e ' since he begun bis consultations on an according to local Irish leaders. Ho was In the case of the N. S. Foote Co. vs. Moses Ilermenldeglld Ba'stlen was bcra association of nutions and other public not registered at any of the leading Dawson McGregor, after a two days' trial In Montreal, March II, 1571. As a you 't problems. His cnllers Included F.uymond hotels and Joseph McGarrlty, a close In Addison county court, the Jury brought ho attended St. Therese Collet in t: t Robins of Chicago, a former leader of friend, said he was not In the city so In a vordlct for the plaintiff to recover city for six years. After his g.aduatl' tho Progressive party. Senator A. B. Fall far as no knew. Mr. M Gnrrlty added tho sum of $300, with Interest from last he choso the church for his vocation a- I v. -itJ.vi B,i'n.i,m nvwt Wli. Ii was likely that Mr. I)e Valeru wos In , January 12. went to the Seminary of Pt.ll isophy Htm i "former American minister to Washington. After a recess since Friday evening, tho Montreal for two years'. For tae hlg'r- osumaioci mat noa-iy $iuo,uw,wi wns nam jiv. Carlton's statement was made in I "VB E"ll r'JW'n '"nuency to en- nrJ )j9 on )i1r wny tf) KnBland RaVP era of tho whole recently consolidated medical aid summoned In New York. ' 'testimony before a Senate interstate ! tr,us'l,i,e l''strucllon of the child almost . , h ,n Waldorf-Astoria deparlmont of this village. Tho ,,p.,,,lMfo, About JlO.dOO.Ono due In Income taxes commerce commission nh.,.,.mmiM wholly to public liwtltutlo i. Ho made a .' . ,. , ,,., .n. . . bulldlnp hn-s been extensively repaired - VtiKGlJjJN N I failed to appear. Big corporations ami which has before It nn administration , 'f ,C" ,,1,lefah "'f.Uu.?' ? Yy I'h clals snlrl, but they could give no '.nfor-,d Improved In all particulars during Tho Rcv j03Cph M. H. TZ n" fP SCnt the,1' resr-t. The measure giving tho executive depart-1 ''th 7 '',c f th ,m..tlon , to his ,,ront whereabouts. Pst feiv mon'hs and all the fire newly a,)po,ntellP pa9tor 0l h !l ?n.L t y'? Wh'Ch "W0,,t A . ",e"t ilb8oluto "'trol over the landing I f'"? e''"Pu,1 " V'. n "Vnes When He left with his secretary. Harry apparatus of the department ha, 1.cn church, 'as tende.ed an their pockets last spring was gone, they f cai,ie nnps on American soil. He ''f'0"" rovorcncu 1,1 tIlc lln tlrncs ? jjoland, Do Valera gave Instructions that llgA there, so that the fire depart- centon at tne aty T n'u . . . . wns 01,6 of four witnesses examined at r,,..t , thnt , all mall and telesrams should be sent to mont Is now finely lodged and In a nR. There was a largo s Collector Ldwards was asked to grant ,he opening- of an Inquiry Into the I, Jft 1 I i,' 1 hc Irish -American club at 411 Fifth nve central location. This department will tlle mcmbe 0f St. Peter's """': L"""- "Ul 'wiioie subject of cable communications ,tnlnf nml r .ii.ViV. T1'o:' 'vu3 no "" !lt ,ll,u a'Ifl'fci9 r;lvo aance ,n lMO town naM '' "day from the other local churc "nrt rrom wno,,e testimony the com-, "i" , lo-ntjthv Dr. W. J. Muloney. a friend ;veninir, uecemner 3i..wltn Lessor's and orsanlzatlons. Dr. ijiui; its iiiiii;. iiiL lui HiMur m;iui. iiiil iiiit: nt ii.m i .ii i ...w r w- - - r. i ..i..t. it.t t- nvAn onn ni"f n oc?t ro r r unc itiirtn. doing so, a five per cent penalty, pins tnat tno An Amerlca Cables. Inc., an i.v iu uimrai nimuni, nui ' American concern. Is engaged with the imposed on tliohe who failed to square their debt to-day. col h. f. mm:, dies Prominent In State mill County Cnn dldnle for (iovernnr on Denincrntlc Ticket In lff)t Bakersfleld, Dec. 15. Col. Herbert F. Brigham, 6S years old, candidate of the Democratic party for governor in 1S90. and for many years prominent in local, county and State affairs, died at his home hero at live o'clock this morning following a short Illness. -The cause of death has not yet been determined. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at two o'clock In ltrlgham Academy hall here. Col. ltrlgham was born here on July 13, 1V.2, and spent his early years In his native town, later attending New Hamp ton Institute in Fairfax. He was educated support of tho State department, in a fight against the Western Telegraph Company of Great Britain and tho Western Union, in an effort to break the cable monopoly enjoyed by the British company in Brazil. There also was testimony that the All America company enjoys cablo monopolies In several Central nnd South American countries; that the International com munications conference here has reach ed a tentative agreement that no cun sorshlp shall be Imposed upon cablo messages merely passing through re ay points; that there Is no cable com ' unlcatlons between tho United Slates ami (lermany except over British con rolled lines; that Komo foreign gov rnments are subsidizing news agen cies, disseminating reports in other countries nnd that the Western Union plans further Independent connectlonH drawing their children from the public schools and entering them in private In stltutlons. Ho leaffirmed his hope tnat great good would be accomplished by the new public welfare department to bo Greece, and tho conferences are under stood to have covered many foreign and domestic questions. In the course of his address Senator i Harding said: "Whether wo may esteem It wise or I unwise, the modern mother must reallzo British Itaicrfefeiiee x in War Time Charged work of Addison County Court was re- studies of theology he was s. nt to i sumod nt two o'clock Monday afternoon. Mnry's Seminary at Baltimore, M i Another .Jury trial was at once started, whero he" covered the difficult currlcu' i This case Is Frank H. Severance vs. of studies In three years. Soon after Charles M. Lambert. The plaintiff be- October 2 180C, he was ordained at ngs to Mlddlebury nnd Mr. Lambert Cathedral of the Immaculate Concept , a resident of Johnson. The claim of at Burlington. Though but 23 years through American cable lines to Italv that soeletv dlsnoses more and more to .... ...... TL. .'.Z . l"n " " recover uamages ror age-oroinariiy priests are noi onia m i .., ,..,..,., t'u 'nn.ro, ,h training the """"" p injuries done to I.L, team of work horses The committee will continue Its Inquiry Intellectual direction nnd the spiritual until they have reached the age of to Intliinicr 1'. S. HhlppiiiK I'ollcy , in a bridge over Mlddlebury river In the he was sent immed'ately to assu .. the law school .1 tr,7i .J.,; ,r to-morrow nnd again next week, and It -uldance of her children. We may well Washington, Dec. 1 .-..Further tes- "ouinern pan oi tne town tne last day cnarge oi too pansn at morion .mims t Michlc-m from which hn was l'lnns to Inquire particularly Into tho "lead Wth the mothers to mako the most, tlinony that Great Britain attempted August. ine team, driven ny a is customary to nave tno oung cle. Ii t cLs "t 1S75 Soon nftw craduitlon mMpr ot the 'HHsemlnatlon of American Jor good, of tho lessened opportunity they to Influence the war time shipping hired man, was run Into by the defen- men serve for a time as assi-.tants b' o went to Bar ' F.anc!sco wher, he nw abroad and the handling of cable oossess for molding the lives and minds policy of the American government ,,nnt,s automobile. The defendant does Father Bnstlcn was ; at once put In ch. r o ,iln.l,l, u,. V,, I, nrnfitshlo 1 prarticed law and he also for a time messages of American linns seeKing lor- of their r nudren. Tnrougn sucn co-opera- was given to-uay ny vm. nenman ot 1 ' ,, , , ., . v- . , for o large la owners to raC In Virginia C Itv oiirn business. These subjects were ,lvo effort as thll. It seems to me, there San Francisco, first chairman of tho f'V'T. " aut,omobl,c- T1,n pult. J'ea" an,d sevn m,? "mk h" fhan to le-i.; iTelr la 1 " , etuld fo Hnk ! touc"d upon generally to-day and tho is opportunity for a great service. Hero- board, before the special House com -11" broBh' to .letcrmlne the amount of he was transferred to Alburn where - . " Li I brou-ht about committee received suggestions from Mr. in Is presented the opportunity to lift mlttec investigating operations of the - " ,vas ftntloned "i,,10 y"' "he pa" ' rco'nomic commions In reh.nd " confine" to law Carlton mrtependent cablo lines be up tho poorer and the le,s fortunate to federal shipping agency. 1 f ,M,,1l,,,b"r' the attorney for the .vas in poor condition when ha au n ?aZ are turned Za Jlnzln lds (Tour hmZant bus?- established between the United States a higher level. Mr. Denman charged that the British ',lttIntlfr a"? tb defendant is represented charge, but Improved steadily under tanns are turned into (.rnzim. nnu. iiuui unu im j- i iit,at,eu in importnm. hum ,,i,.., ci.. i ... . ... L ...... . . ... . .. ........ hv James n. nnnou-nv of Mdliiuhiimr instoral enre. lather B.istlen came c XraKh onelof r.nc4m-r.Sr; & f b-een ,""1 "f al, StaUs In Apr,, m7. am, ,u "0 10 on he 'f Uving co dMtnns. Co, ntv National Bank of Hv e l4rk a committee, Mr. Carlton discussed at lloIll the formulation of new programs, 'affairs, had undertaken to influence The buslnass session of the home county when he took obw the vlc enil said a e worse h, Dublin ihan In any -as a vice-president of the Union Mutual refusal of the American gov- .., flrrnlv believe that our country, along . shipping board and had succed.vl alann.ent w 11 take place at 10:00 hold in a ; ,;;"f0 r ' other rliv with .Hmost forty per cent of Fire Insurance company of Montpeilor. crnment to permit the landing at Miami, wMh t)thors tllat olnlm a .,hnrc ,n thp , un nne f ,u mfimborp ,.,,(,to(, a m and a cafeteria Inner w 11 be A. lino ed flee of r e t JJ- 1 tie city's population or S.fl famllleH llv-1 Colonel Brlgham was active in the f '. ' his company's cable from worl,rs IellucrghIp, haR ,ateIy nchlcvo.1 t an administrative board which Mr. "mlnTt' Thrt wl" " ' ndta rES, :c i mean tocomnlet ... . '. .,...!, n .to o.. .i i icoo 1 ccj Barbadoes, which Is to connect with tho in hehnir of .i hntter under- ii.,omn cm i, i,m ,f,o.,i,.,i i o,-. tw0 Prominent speakers In tho after- pended foi lack of means to complet I renresented his town In the Legislature. Bi-ltl-h line there to Brazil and charged stIinillnK nnd morc intelligent grasp of Kanizo in New York to function with "n.-Monday, market day. eggs brought Ho at once ben a c.xmpalcn to c . - nrtlll TnW niini'l lM I "e was appointed commercial agent that by its action the government was lh prf),Pnis. I refer to the bestowal ;,. Shipping Board. The members of ??. t?f,D ""tB an b" ier o0 "ts.-Jack p.ete e structure I t a dedic . , PO TRY rlRW m I t Unite" Rtatfs t Stanbrldge. Que., c eking to preserve "a United States- .ompn of fu partk.ipation in the ,. nrMuU mission elected to this nd- Mead, Bruce Coolldge and Frederick "'1'; sl 1 rUULIni 0I1UI! Jnll. ' t nm, .SPr-oll , lat capacity for four years. South American monopoly In favor of an- prvlleges and obligations of cltlwn.ihlp. ,orv board, he said, was Sir Oonnon "ham have returned to town after n Nepoi .f hr'.y' ' . . ....... tri.- finmiMinv." i . . . , ..... ... i . ... . 'npnrllntr A tw riv nt timit- hnmAa in In the unbuiUIlntr of trie town alone lir-' , Me was n.s panys can.ruaio at one time - - - . nr,n fBr , A11.lln n?V ,"r'r" .p:l" w ""'u.p Cuthrie. Mr. Denman told the commit- , ' rellMoos and civic lines, beliv: not on for State's attorney and lor county sena- " . - " the world ot altairs J tninK we snail see tee that ho did not know how Sir Con- ....wh ,... .jt ,,, ,.' ,.,,, tor. In 1S!M he was a delegate to the Demo- American cab es gave an entirely differ- womnn and her flnpr Rp,..tual Instincts no was e,scted-that It happened he reel wh, h hns b , S(, of con. a fal'hf.i, " " " ' ' cratlc convention which nominated Grover -t version of the controversy. MO1,, lenptn lcatlltlR mnkln , higher : hnn ,earnrd thnt thr,e r four mem- ruc Ion for several weeks, has been - Marie the throe-j ear-o 1 Wer Cleveland for president. In ISM he was H'o question in stopping the Miami fable , of r(i)plon, of humanism and Of I bers of the British mission were pres- co'inP"!ts a"d 's now open to general t ot Mr. and Ml.s. Charle ltos o . the. Democratic candidate for governor of laying was that it might lead to he nobllnf. 3pirtuamy. I traffic. All that remains now to bo done s"rln the ic?ult of a Vermont, being defeated as Democratic Irtish company giving up Its Brazilian ..HraIthfu, mothers amid fit conditions! "Afterwards the Shipping Board had a 'he removing of the dehrls.-MIss Anna accident Sho . was M nB n candidates are. but as a mark of con- monopoly and charged that the Western fop matorn,tv, hpathful, abundantly warm I wnffed "It asted parsons and Ml.ss Madeline Hodsgon havo the stovo ami overturned a k. tie of h .Idence and esteem. Governor now Sena- I'nlon had entered Into a contract with I nourlshp(, churl.n amU, 1U P. .,..,,, fV m n ntes and U that had been tran- n'tUrnpd to Ilutlan" after a ""ek ln tow". wat". which struck the s de o her f.. tor Page, appointed Mr. Brlgham a tho British company by which the Amerl- ,Ievolopmi,nt mPnKMy aml phyB,oHyaU sace! xul prelt, s n was w Ped -?'r. and Mrn. I.aac Wlmmott and Alvln -u1 rvolne. Cver of Fer, colonel and made him chief of his staff., can eoncern would direct to the British mntIn cc,.ta hy the generation of to-day ut " ' immett have returned from PIttsford, er aunt, Mrs 1oIrie Aveo of Ten Vermont Mute Association, Inc., Have -Itli Annual i:l.lliltlnii sit St. All. ans St. Albans, Dec. 1. The 21th annual poultry show of the Vermont State Poul try Association, Inc., will be hold at the City Hall, St. Albans January 4, 5, C and 7 and all Indications )olnt towards the largest and best exhibition over held by this veteran organization. Tito pre mium lists now being Issued hy Its terre tary, B. P. Greeno of St. Albans, offer over SO sliver cups In addition to sub stantial cash prizes. Competition is open to 'all. A new feature this year will be dls- a most unsual honor. lines all tno miMiieiS conecieu ny it in . ,n s C0M,ern for to.m, In IK Colonel Brlgham was his party's tne united Mates. nntce a citizenship from cand'eTate for United States senator. Acting secretary uavis ot mo siaie America which will he Colonel Brlgham wus held in high esteem department, testifying as to the contro- j American security and t by bis Republican opponents, and when versy neiween ino uovHrium-;iL anu ino nilment.' he ran for governor he reduced the usual Western Union, said the president bad Republican majority. He was also cnlled refused to permit the landing of the niinii for service bv Renubllcnn officials Barbadoes cable because It would eon- plays of rabbits, plpoons and pet stock. nn,i m ,niltlon to his appointment by nect with the British which enjoyed a To meet the deslro of the younger gene- Governor Page, he was appointed by monopoly In Brazil and thlt this action ration this season, tho association will (jovernor Bell as one of a committee of was in conformity with American preco- lnaugurate a boys' and girls' department tnree to investigate the public institutions dent and tradition. with suitable prizes. On the second day of tn state. Secretary Davis also sJd that the Presi- of tho show a Judging contest will tuko During tho war Colonel firigham was dent had" decided that decision on the place, open to an scholars in tne .state !U.Uve n the difterent drive which Western Union landlm' should bu poet Mi Robber at Hotel Astor, New York orrow. will gua,-'- Th wltn,,s lnllmated that his insist- wh'? were called last, week on nc- hurg las. week.-Al : the annnM mee, ,,r the soil of ,.ncf, thllt tnp hoard be kept free from ,ou,u " ule. ra Pl,rlaI "r 11 rela- ."Z ' .V" , ,n U the enarant.-e of nr.,kh inm k , ln ,i .). nve.-.uiss .ua amitn nas returned to """- ";--.. he American ful- , resignation as chaliman "than anything V" aft" few. l,a's' her ,1 as o .ows: consu,. aro.d else." He te.stlfied tnat while ho wanted ,um" nere.-r rana J. nonanue. wno is ,V p BoVrl. rle k Fdw r British co-operation ho did not want temporarily located at Berlin, N. II., Is banker. Arthur P. J 'JjM cle k. nd r 1 : .. . . . fit niS II fimo Oil h'rnnlllli Vtlnaf hara fnw 1H 'ft , r-"-Vll i'.ilo. sunlit,. ureal ir inin 10 uuiucnro ini! nuani. V. . . r w c;,n,.fl. mmih- m-v-irrl K'nim- . !,. Denman said he had frequent con- brt time having stopped on the way Oc"w' ',e " 1' ''"l 'erences with Mr Balfour and that "cer- to vlslt relatives In Proctor. tez; watchman. Alfied Blah. After tl . wiin .ii. n.iiioui aim tnai cer Vednesdav was rather nn off fl In elecllor degrees were conferred on two ta n pnases of the ci.nferences npproacli- "eonesuaj was ratnei an ort day in j,,,. t.i, .i,. .i.,i om, ed the realm of secre' treaties. He lmll- Addison county court, with business at and da e, Tl to new -e lec ed otn. , ,., , ii...., .... .... a standstill a unnrt nhm-o of th ti. a will bo Installed the first odrosday e. I-Uieil HI!" i.HIIKI'C-. Ill llI".VIun.' 'III.- llll- - ... ... Tim vrtnyij eL, ,. . .i... l. ...., .r t l.io. lVll. W.si o CIOCK. tne lurv in thn i9 nf niiib in -mii." niiv in int. iii.-ki.i ittLivin il i i-ii.iciiL ii- ... ..." ... . .. . ... ... , , Tftrw Mm Hold Up Prominent CiicsU son would consent , ' ra"k K. Severance vs. Charles Lambert tnat tno camp s in a noun-ning cun- ...... .. . came In and announced a verdict In fa- tlon. Having nan a very prosperous ye i tinder the age of IS years. Thiee pri::es matked the clvlllnn effort to aid tho sol- nomvi emllnir tho meeting of the Inter-i ' """ej , . -,nsTr m ,.rnn. emmv vor for the. nlalntlff to recover the sum About 40 members have been added will bo given In this event. Free lectures ,iorf,, ,ut his most conspicuous war serv- nntional communi-r.tlons conference and, Xnv' Yur'' ec- 15--Threc robbers, Mn JiWAOUlylV .V t .UtUUtiCi.OUIV I f ,M am, h)a co Kdward H. Ieet of the camp during the year. -William H by poultrymen of established reputation , was as a member of the draft board that when It appeared that the Wetoinof whom carried revolvers and the third Cornwall wt conventl . .l.. i .... ... Toil.wan nrl Hkmpv Itnllonl; hnvc ... . .... . i.iiiii,,uii nun iiirnniHri in inK nir' woion "' ...... In the Industry will be given during the. j of Franklin county to which he savo his Union Intended to dlsre-pard this wain-a blackjack, held up Owen ( Lluttiu nlte '"" """" " had been out all night on the case and turned from t'tlca, N. V.. where they a- show. full energies. , Ing," the navv was ordered to ,u-t. or ueu uinii, J.. president of the New l .cll.iir' i'i toiirgeM i mirne after the verdict was rendered, the tended the Dairymen's League ci I . Mr, Carlton testified In this regard that ' -'"sny Motor Sales Corporation, and H. L. Mldillebnry. Dec. J.-,.- Stephen Leacock. Jurors were all excused for the term, as s delegates from this section. BRIDGE AT BRATTLEBORO I IIAriTllirOO AnnniHTO lllll fin' 1 when the matter of the Barbadoes con- I 'r!y of Newark. N. J.. and their wives on of the best Known humorists and . tn othfint hail beeni wlth , PXPBDtlon ! Joseph Rushlow. w ho recei tl T5 C A HIMPn AWAV HAIi I Nh.SS flPF P , W It'lX I nectior. was first broached to the state ,r ' I-'nthwalte s room, on the second floor satirists before the public, gave his lee- ,,r Xelson A. Goss of Mlddlebury. Ho was to thr Richard house on M p Will lie Ills Secrrtury of Civil nnd Mil itary Affairs II. T. Lrffln In lie tin- llxevutlve Clerk IS CARRIED AWAY W Trmpnrnrj- Ntrurdire t Proof Again! (be High Walrr Brattleboro, Dec. 15. A sudden rise In the Connecticut river, which amounted to eight feet at Bellows Falls und live feet at tho Connecticut River Power i Montpeller, Dec. 1.1, James llarl compuny's dnm below this village due to ness, governor-elect was In the city to warm rains, sent, a mass of debris down day conferring with Julius A, Wlllcox, tho river which piled up against tho who, lie announced, would be his score temporary pile bridge here and carried tai"y of civil and military affairs in out the bridge nt noon to-day. Sections the coming regime. He was nccompan llowed several miles down the river, hut led by H. T, Leffln of Sprlngrield, who they weie secured by cables by men from will be tho executive clerk. They con tho Brattleboro strebt department, as- f,.rred last evening and this morning slsted by men from the power plant and r,n different matters, Later In the day.J department no objection was ralse.l and that no reply was ni.ulo to notice that tho company van preparing to land tho cable until American warships appeared off Mljml for the. beginning of what the witness called "the bloodless and historic battle ot Miami " LIVE WIRE KILLS HORSES Urot Oenn When They Came In Ooil- tnct Willi Wire Torn by Storm .lefff-rsonvllle, Dec. 15. Tho team of work horses of Mr. Mossey were Instantly killed yesterday morning when they rame In contact with a live wire which tly moi I nle stri t of the Hotn! Astur at 4ltn Street and Hire, "Frenzied Fiction," In tho Mead retained as the nucleus for n. future Jury, from ForrlHburg, whero for tho pi s Bonrdway to-night. The men took Jewelry .Memorial ohnpl this evening, ns .the, . should things turn out In such a way as 15 years he had been profitably e" -and money, One of tho robbers was caught third number of tho Mlddlebury College I to require the attendance of another ' gaged In farming, died Saturday e -nnd the Jewelry recovered. Th- others enterl-iiiimeiit course. The lecturer kept j one. Early In the morning, Attorney Al- ' nlng after a lingering IllneeB trim uscapod. the .'ui.llenre In roors of laughter by his 1 lan R. Sfurtevant entered a motion to ' cancer of the Intestines, atjed CO yea The three men. their faces mask. si with humorous dwcrlptlons of tho different set aside a verdict which was rendered He was born June 10, 1SC0, In Chai -hnndkeichlets, burst Into the loom, as Jm nf fiction which have been popular by a Jury last week for the plaintiff to plain, N. Y. He was married Janua v the party of four sat conversing. Tho the last hundred years. Illustrating each recover JltM in the case of R. P. Kmer- IS, 1SS0, to Miss Josephine Fielder of women had returned a few minutes pre- hv a humorously exaggerated story of Son vs. J, F. Moody. The motion was North Bangor, N, V About 27 yea s vlously and had been Joined by their th stvlo of .the neriod described. His hmm-hi o th. ini-,i m.,i. .i,. .. , t.,.ii,,. .!,,. , husbands 'n the hotel lobby, fronting upon SPttn(? fortn 0f a novel of the type now verdict was contrary to the -evidence InMiad since resided until he moved a IJroauway. They nan nen in the room ,,eing written was an example of keen ! the cas nnd also to the Instructions con- 'Vergennes in October. His Illness b. - uui .1 iin i.i.i.uL.T- i,,L. muuuia satre ns well as rollicking humor. entered. Swinging a revolver back and forth be fore them, the llrst rol.ber ordered the men and women to put up their hands. tnlncd In tho Judge's charge. Mr. Sturte- gnn about a year ago when ho r -vant argued his motion at some length tired from active life. KesldCH his wlf , and Attorney Leroy C Russell, for Mr. hi, Is survived hv a son. Kdward i verslty, Montreal. Ho made a special Kmerson, argued contrary to the motion Vorgonnes. five diuiglrer, Mr.j, Edwaru trip to Mlddlebuty for the lecture, r-1 for about tho same length of time. No Gnrruppy of Bristol, -Mrs. Frank Pel In private life, Dr. Leacock Is profes sor of political economy at M"UI1I Unl .......... .... ...... ....... ... ,.-.., ,ul um, uinracMi mailers, i,aier in wih uay,.L - " Th . bl , k ., ia,.h,.,i ,i n, - - i'i" ' nine. .- tinrruppy or urisioi, -Mrs. c ranK rei were made fast to the river bank a mile they met the heads of somo of the de-1 lwl icn -torn down during the high ' " "a '..,)0a turning this evening, to meet his appoint- decision was rendered and the court now kott aml Mr!,. Norman Barro of Ver ana a nun norui oi tne nam, Tney will nartinents, bo dismantled nnd salvaged to-morrow. The Misses Julia Holand and Marlon The. bridge was built lo replace the steel jiartln, who have been stenographers bridge which was destroyed by loo March ,,, tho department for two years, aro 31 of this year, and was to bo used by uke)y , maln. u wnw statf)d to- the contractors for tho new steel bridge .,,Knt tll. cnull, lf thy (U.Bre(1 t0, In pulling up the new structure parts of TlH.r f,ttMen,.y Iiml nhlty wm.0 KlVmi rr.i,..,. ....u.. ,.,., mtivi:ii II LUfll IIUIIIJl $15,000 and tho bridge company wns to make a robato so that tho net cost lo Brat tleboro and Hinsdale, N, H was to be about tG.Ooi). Men employed by Road Com missioner Charles .1, Dubo In removing debris wero called off becuuso of danger about three minutes beforo tho structurn collapsed. Tho 'steel brldqu destroyed last March still lies on tho bottom of tho river. The body of Cornelius Flannlgnn, who was carried down with tho bridge, never has been recovered' s recommendation for their being re- i 'i I iiol In their present positions. DEER REACH 3168. Total lli'i.orled Killed Slrndlly MoilllU I.eluel.N Will lleciimnirlid lines He Spiireil wind storm, three brea'ts having occur red In the electric light wires. T, R. I.lbbey wns driving homo when his horso was nearly overcome as he drove through the slush past a live wire near Hunt's mill. B. K. Me.lendy's school barge was turned over during the storm and M. S. Hawley's twice as they were making the morning trips. EASTERN DISTRICT METHODISTS AT RUTLAND order was repeated under threat of death. ments nt Mrdlll to-morrow. Dr. Leacock ' has the matter under advisement No " ",, "l. , 1 ' Is the author of several humorous buoks other matters wero taken up at tho Torc- tlie others ordered Mr. Llntliunlto Into a bathroom and Mr, Worley against tho wall. The robber guarding Llnthwnite, pis tol In one hand, went through his vic tim's pockets with the other and took f'Si. They secured f7 from Mrs. Worley and robbed Mrs. Llnthwnite of her Jew elry, a iwudant bar pin, two diamond rings and a bracelet gennes, Mrs. William Keys and Mrf Garfield Brlggs of Ferrlsb'irg; two as well ns Uio noon session and tho afternoon session brothors. L'dwnrd Rushlow ..f Toled., rd works In tho wns a blank as the lawyers did not have f)n, aml MogeB mhlow of Nort.i Hie membera of , any cases ready, although there are 1 anBor, jf. y ; tWo sisters, dm In Defl and magazine articles, as author ot several standard fields of economics. Tl mo .mniiieuury i.u nuy an i uuier.t vi-eir enoiign couri cases on me oncaeis to .,. nh. ,, Alp ., i,- 11.- eott of Breniorton, Wash. I! Is also survived by 2 grand ch '.,rc ""h. I funeral was hold Tuesday afternoon at two o clock at St. PauTf '"hurch Tho Vergennes Congregntionnl Church made Its annual drive Sundas for $3,000 for church expenses for ID-1, goluer "over tho top." Georgo A' stln re turned Sunday from a liuntli..r trip to tho gueats of Prof, and Mrs. W. S. Bur-i keep the court engaged for some time I rage this afternoon at a tea, to meet Dr.h yet If even half of them wero brought I forward to be heard. A. J. Blackmer, who has been at the I Fanny Allen Hospital for a few weeks, has so far recovered hb to bo able to ro Leacock. i SPECIAL DRIVE AGAINST Linthwaito turned on the robber who CANADIAN RUM RUNNERS ft 7'! 1?"' L"' 1 "1 ,.... -7T-u,Z7'. ..!-Mti. John II. Sargent has returned to iiuiu inn iiiini.. ..... 1'uiiivii rti.1 t-.iiiu-ll Itllll ' ,.-.,'.... ..... .v. - ....u... Bridgeport, Conn,, where she hns been J ...... n.. ..I ., .1... .... 1 .. U .I....- .....I...1 ... ..... . .1... .... u.,. .. u . 1... n . I liuuanu, uee, l,-iu uiacuss mo cen- "in Kuiun ... inu mam-u in uieni. um . ............. ,o .... M,(,ririnIr f... wnnks .' Iu no... .(nn. I tenary movement, evangelism and Sun- Tho cries of tho women wero heard in of a special drive by prohibition enforce- . wll) h 8tor Mrs J j O'Con- ' l:nei whero ho shot a deer. Col, Wal day school work, tho Laymon's Assocla- otner rooms, mil oniy snouts ror quiet, mom oiuciais m .unine, .ew iiHiupsniie j)p)1 nt , Sar(r(nt House The nnnual lcr Scrnntcn Is passing a few days at I tlon of the Kastern District of tho Metho. , Ono of the women, falling to got a reply and Vermont, It was announced to-day. n)((.'tnB of willlam P Russoll Clrclo Qroaso Point with Ills daugb er. Mrs. dlst Church mot at the local church this ' to her efforts to telephone smashed a Supervisor William J. McCarthy said his v - r.,.rtic .w h., n ' i i' . ... Sainuel Swift. Alderman IxjvI II. ..iumi.i.iici. pi-u, jo. a loiai oi j.iw uer afternoon, continuing tho gathering winunw anu me glass, iaiung into th attenuou nau neeii nirecieii 10 imuor irai- TupSuny cvennB There wns a good at Hrowu, H. W. Day and Do- :ild NJr ?TTFC! Fni7 einnn nnvo 1,QC" rt-'llortt1' as killed during tho through the evening. There wero four streot bnrely missed a policeman. flu In small bouts between New Bruns- t(m.'ttnC. Reiiorls of various affleers ton huvo returned fiom a d. Jr hunt- 1 - ' (1(.er Ocason. Thus far. Orand Isle county speakers, sent here by the national board. 1 The officer bean, tho cries of the worn- wick and Maine coast points In connec- snmv(,(, t'hfl ,oclMy .aa ,' Vjood condl- Ins trip to Rtpton, each bringing a Kllbiirn .f Himdoli.l. clnlnw hH n0t,rc,n0llM ' , fJ v Bishop Kdgar Blake of Paris., who was en and rushing Into tho hotel ran up tlon with which ono largo shipment was T foow.nJ ,)fflccrB Wt,re elected: deer which thoy shot last w. k iinnuoipi. cininn. commissioner Linus vLcavens said Tb- OXnectd tn ho nrescnt. was called ..,!. stairs whero he discovered the two men wrecked a week ago near Eastport and '.Y.". ., , e..T. c,!". n.. i i....i.. ,n ...in. n nf n. by Train duy that he was recoihmendlng to the flcnly t0 ch aB0, Delegates from nearly ' women struggling with ono robber, another i-cUod on a launch yesterday. L..rv n " U ' AhhH... ,.'.,'. Vr" grln.-George nnd Wlllam l.aw-.-c er, Dec. 15. IT. 13. Kllburn of Loslsiaturo tnat tho killing or noo be overy cnlrch In the dletrlct. which In- The others had rushed from the room. ' Nels-on Sovmour. The Installation will have returned from RlPton brin liu- w has filed with tho secretary st"PPeu neciuiso ot ino siaugnier tnat nan c, ,08 rarlg of Vermont and New York, The man arrested gave his namo as CAPPKR-HKRHMAN BILL PASSES ta).p nIaco, ome tlmo , jamlttrv.M ' them a deer tho result of their h n i a copy of pipers in a writ that taaen pmcc in me ast two ears. ue win state, were In attendance. Lawrenco llnndlboe, il, of Richmond, Washington. Dec. ir..-Tho Capper- Willi, Nf. r.miv h,, mnn to Tiiio., is? v trln.-MIss Grace. K. Klimslnnd of. H. K Dnningc Montpell Randolph of State has been brought against tho Bovon & Main Railroad company, In which tha plaintiff Becks to recover $3,000 for per sona, Injuries received, It Is alleged, at a railroad crossing In Hartford last sum mer when tho milk truck that tho plain tiff was driving was hit by n train, Tho lurtner recommend tnat tne Benson oo Amnnir (he sneaker., wn, the tiou i-ir set back into November, c T luisnor, who spoke this afternoon I nnd was down for tho evening address CARPENTIKR A PARENT Uo Is secretary of tho centenary com- tier. Tho chumplon admitted that he plaintiff claims negllgcnre. Kllburn loHt , was somewhat disappointed, ns he hoped I his license for u time as a result of the for a boy, but added cheerily: "1 will accident. make a champion tennis player of her." Paris, Dec, 15. A daughtor was born mission. Others heard this afternoon wero to-day to Mr. and Mrs. Georges Carpcn- tho Rev. Dr. Ell Pittman of Syrncuse, N, y secretary of tho Syracuso area: the Rev, Dr. P. L. Frlck, pastor at Schenectady, N, Y,, and the Rev, Dr. Q. fi. Connoll ot Waverloy, N. Y. Va. Ho was charged with robbery and felonious ntsauit. Washington, Dec. IS. Tho Capper- Willis N. Cudv has gone to Illlon, N, Y trip. Miss Grace E. Klngslnnd of Kersman bill exempting farmers co.oprr- to visit her daughter XIrs. L. P. Jones cord Is visiting her parents, Mr nn l atlve marketing associations from the Mr, Cudy, her husband, Is In St, Johns- Mrs. R. L. Klngslnnd. Leon Ltwrei. provisions of the Sherman anti-trust law bury, attending tho annual meeting of and Samuel Palim bhot a lurgi doe in was pa'aed to-day by tho Senate without j tho State Grange nnd w, go from there Rlpton last week. Mrs. Potei Au-'ch- a record vote. The bill now goes to con- to I11PI to Join her after tho Gra'ngo man, nnd daughter, Mls Grace Auncii- ferenco for consideration of tho Senate meetlrw mnn, huvo roturned to Sullsbu.y after n RED TROOPS AT TREBIiCOND Angora, Asia Minor, Dec. 13. Tho land ing of Russian soviet troops at Trebl- zond, on tho Black sea coast, has begun, amendment providing thnt tho federal Word was received Tuesday of tho sud- visit to their sister nnd aunt Mrs. Fr- accorcnug to reports nere. -ine llrst con- trade commission Instead of tho secrotnry don death of Mrs. Leo Perclval, wlfo of nest J. Bodcttc. Cnllsta r. juh tn- tingent. it is saiu. comprised -luo Chlneso I of agriculture shall puss on complaints Leo Perclval, a fornlor resident of this and Letts. 1. gainst any co-operative association, village, who was married less than tjvai Continued on p.iue 1'J N