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BOMB A Newspaper Covering the Entire Northeast Seo tion of Vermont SUtt Every Working Day. VOL. VII XUMBER 5 M AYC x Dublin Saf Government Hands Whereabouts of Eamonn deValera a Mystery Cali To Arms Tomorrow (By the Associateci Press) )ITLL, July f) Llombardment by tlie National Ar tillcrymen of the Kepublican stronr'holds in Sackville Street, continucd th rotigli the night and was recommenced at 7.30 o'clock this mornin' after a lull lasting only froni 3 a. m. The HALT NEWPORT BEATEN 17-3 BY SHERBROOKE Cuddy Murphy Hurls Fine Game at Barton In Morning Twirling with ali bis rraft and cunning, big Cuddy Murphy steer ed the IloL'rnle-coaehed Fair banks A. A. craft through the ini tial Independcnce l 'ay bout with Newport with a G to .--core, but l the Sherbrooke wreeking crew, Nbatted like demons and scuttled the ship in the second game of the twin engagement 17 to ". Newport's well balanced nine was a dangerous contender throughout the first game which was a feature of the big Fourth of July celcbration at IJarton in the morning. liut Cuddy Murphy, an exact counttrpart of JefF Tesrcau who coachod him, pitched at ali times to the weaknesses of the op iosing batters. Cuddy fanned Urainy Bower twice quite an un-heard-of fact, while Nels Browne, who formerly played with Murphy on the l)artmouth Varsity could do nothing it bat. The over-w dght Fairbanks hur ler had bis tpitter functioning properly and t ime- after time fool - ed the batters with a fake moist delivery. Ile worked the corner of the piate io death and rare!' permitted the horsehide to slip in to tho battcr's groove. The final result was that Newport could se cure but four hits off Cuddy. Two of these bnigles carne in the fir.-t inning and une was a doublé by Nels Laird, the star Newport shortstop. l'olii, the rivai moundsman, had ali kinds of stufi' on the ball and the Fairbanks buneh vere fortu nate to nick him for the oight safeties. l'olii used tremrndoùs speod and at the end of the ninth was throwing the agate down tha alley with ali the zip of a Walter Johnson. He fanned ten of the St. Johnsbury hai.-men. Home piate was dented by both teams in the very first inning. y (Continurd on page two) LUNENBURG " HAS GREAT CELEBRATION Street Parade, Ball Game and Sport s Make Fine Program A cool romfortablc day, with no wind, no rain and just sunshinc cnough to dry the ground gave about two thousand people from Lunonburg and adjacent towns a glorious Fourth of .lulv. Farly in the morning cai-.- and teams began to arrivo bringir-.,- wholc families and their neiglibor-, ready lo have a good old time, ami they had it. The marshal of the day was K. T. B'own with J. J. King and 11. T. Silsby aids. The pai-ade started from the nollow at H).:J0 drove slowly up the lidi, twice arounii the park and di-banded. The pa rade order wa.-: St. Gabriel'.- School band of St. Johnsbury, buse natty Zouave uniforms gave a dash of color anl their playing gae meat sati.-fac-tion and pleasurc. to the entire company. The Flag borne by the boys of Faglo Troop Boy Scouts. Old fa.-hioned stage eoach deco rateli in evergreen and bunting Villi 1UI. II. 1. .iis"- ('iv.-., t. 1T. !.. v-:.-l. C...J.. '1..V.I ot me .iionn.'.v .Mum oluiiv viuu on the box, ladies of the Study Club inside and the rack behind Continued on Last Page HOUSE OCCUPIED BY MILL WORKER THE GALEDONIAN-RECORD LOE V PUB ely In re bel positions appeared almost oeserteo:. Certami Icw 01 the Rcpublieans ean remain in the bc seigcd buildin.s froni which comes oniy a fceble reply to the attack ers' fi re. The southern part of the city is ,'ompletely controlied by the provisionai govcrnmcnt and ali approachcs to the main streets are held by national troops. LONDON, July 5 Winston Churchill, the Colonial Secretar', announced in the House of Com nions this afternoon that the at tack by the Irish National army, stili was proceeding at 2.45 p. m. The whereabouts of Eamon de Valera was unknown, he said. "It is uncertain whether he is within the cordon of national troops or has escaped." added the secretary. Mr. Churchill said his information confirmed the report that a white flag displayed, had been removed. DUBLIN, July 5 The Gresshall Hotel was blazing furiously at 2.00 o'clock this afternoon. It was learned that the Irish Provisionai government intend to issue a na tional cali to arms tomorrow. DUBLIN, July 5 Ten build ings, the republican insurgents' stronghold are ablaze at this hour. The regulars are stili holding out at Grcshell hotel. Surrounded by an inferno of flame, they fired from the Windows. Firemen have sur rendered. The end of the battio is believed to be near. NEWPORT W1NS 11 TO 0 OVER BOSTON YMCA Battine Slaughter by Bor der City Lads Earns Easy Victory Newport's .-econd game of the Fourth carne out decidedly differ ent from ber first game. Inning after inning big fat zeros appeared on the score board for the Boston Y. M. C. A. while Newport got away with the generous list of eleven runs. Kastburn prosidcd on the slab for Newport, and while he was hit quito frequenti', the hits that were made by the "Y" bovs were of no avail whatever. The fielding of both teams was effectivc but not spot tacular, and there was but one error recorded against each. Newport made two of her runs in the first inning. Hastings carne to bat first and fi feri out to Smith. Laird was presented with first base then stole second. Bower was hit by pitcher and both Laird and Bower scorerl with the assistanco of Fa-tburn's sacrifico. Browne then flied out to first base. It was in the sixth that Newport solved everything that Witter had (Continued on page 3) Jury to Try Criminal Case Thursday The case of Miles against Loa vett, which was heard carly in the prosent tei-m of Caledonia county court, and which was not decided because of the disagreement of the jury, was schedulcd for a sec ond trial beginning Wednesday morning, but was postponed to Friday morning because of the in ability of one of the principal witnesses to be present until that time. This new witness is lr. Up ton, proprietor of the Green Mountain Sanitoriuni in Burling ton, who is to testify as an expert in the rase. The jury has ben called for !) o'clock Thursday morning to try the rape case of state against Charles Gray of Danville. This is the first criminal case of the terni. There have been two other new eliminai cases docketed and they may come up for the jurv at this term. The cases above mentioned will probably complete the jury busi ness of the present term of court. LM 4M "MEET MEAT UlEPOLLS ELECTION DAY" Hi V m BEAUTIFUL PAGEANT GIVEN AT LYNDONVILLE "The Forest Princess" to Be Repeated at Vic tory Field Tonight A lovely jirincess with the inev- i muli. 'i imil iimiuini, liu. n it imu witch, the kir. and his statclv ... , ? .. ... , cjueen witn tncir atienaants in ali the splendor of court dress, dry ads, tree spirits, rain drops, rivcr god5 and many others combined to make the presentations of the Lyndonville jiageant Tuesday night an out of door spectacle noi soon to be forgottcn by the crowds massed in Victory field. The set ting wa.s perfect and tho rain which has been on band for ali at tempted out of door affai rs this season decided to let the forest sprite.s hold full sway, and they did. Cirrled by a forest of trees with clever lighting arrangement.-; the nearly one hundred performers in their jiicturesque, gracoful cos tumes sang and danced and acted to the delight of ali. "The Forest Princess", is a Continucd on page 5 HARDING ENJOYS SECOND DAY AT MARION MARION, )., uly 5 l'resident Harding's second da-- in Marion as a home-coming visitor gave prom ise today of being the least stren uous he has spenC silice leaving Washington last Saturday. Ar ìangements had been made for him to veview an historial parade during the afternoon. This is the final day of Marion's centcnniul home coming eelebration. Present plans cali for the rìeparturc of l'resident and Mrs. Harding to morrow on their way back to Washington by automobile. BOKEN PARACHUTE BELT BROUGHT DEATH JOPLIN, Mo., July 5 A bioken parachute belt told the stoi"y todav of the cause of the death of Wil liam Spain, a stunt flier, who foli 2.000 feet when he leaped from a piane watched by 5,000 spectators at Seneca, 20 miles from bere. Nearly evcry bone in his body was broken. The pilot of the piane said that as nearly as he was able to observe the beli broke and the parachute failed to unfold from the metal container. ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY, LYND THIRD ATTEMPT TO INJURY TEXTILE II AND PAWTUCKET, IJ. I. Juiy 5 The home of Anthony Iurant of Yalley Falls, a textile mill onera tive, was bombed by unknown pcr sons early today. The bomb which represented the third attemj)t within a mor.th, to damage Iur ant's residence, made a hole in the side of the building, broke most of the Windows and wrecked the furniture, but injured neither lur ant or his wife who were .-leeping in the attic. Durant is emp.oyed at the Home Bleach anrl Dye com pany which is allected by tlie tex- j - tile trike. Ncavly unsuccessful attei a month ago an ittenipt was made to bum the house. Later the build ing was stoned. LEGION BEATS SUMMERV1LLE IN11THBY 7-6 Wright's Two Baggcr Se ws Up Game In Final Inning With two men out in the last of the ninth inning and two strikes called on him Fu gene Page brought in the runs that tied the score by a timely hit. in the Sunsel Lcague game at the Campus Tues day morning. Then it was even un til the dose of the llth inning when with tbree men on baes another hit brought in the winning run and it was al. over but the shouting. There were less than 100 fans at the game, but they saw the closest game of the seniori with good hitting and few errors and shouted like Indians. If Lowell had not weakened in the llth inning and allowed the first three batters to walk Ca well would never have made the winning run. Wendell was fortun ate enough to get a two base hit and Bernard Ling went in one inn ing and made a fine sacrifico hit for the Summerville team. The bit ter cxcelled in stealing bases and in batting but lost the game at the most criticai moment. Anyway the Caledonian-Record adverti.-ed "ten innings if necesary" and it pays to advertise. The American Legion baseball team, much buffeted about of late exacted sweet revenge Fourth of July mo'ning when it defeated the Summerville A C, leadors of the Sunset League, in an eleven inning game by the score of 7 to 6. R. Lillicrap was on the bill for Continued on Last Page LATEST EDITION FOMCES DEFE By MORRIS LYNDONVILLE EVENS UP ON DOUBLÉ HEADER BeatsMagog 10 to 0 A i ter 10 to 1 Defcat In Morning Lyndonville took on tlie fast -Magog team l'or a couplc of games July '1, forenoon and aftiriioon. In the morning game the locai team was trounced by the lop sided scoio of 11) to 0. Magog .-howeil a cla.sy brand of basi' tiall and Lyndonville did not. Kelhy was ori the niound l'or the boni" d'ani and while he struck out 10 men, he had the niisl'ortune to b" buttrd hard in the pinches when sul'" hits did damage. The team behind bini failed to play the snappy gami.' they are capahlo of and dil nothing very wonderful to help out.. It looked to the disap pointed .-pei-tators as if the fore noon was ,-pi nt in missing ehanc 's, legging ;'.fter the ball, and heaving it in just too lato to get aitvbodv. Fnier.-on in the box for Magog'held the loeals safe ali the way, and Coderre, Ililey and Cur tis shnv.-ed up eli in the field. Magog staiteli with a buneh of three runs in Un- second inning 011 two errors a missed infield play and a couple of hits. They added three more in the third. Gaudreau started with a single. The next two men wcnt out. Two two-hag g''-s and a single followcd tandem and tlie visitor- had a com l'oitahle l"ad. One hit was ali Magog lieded to add on a coiide mori' in the tii'th, being aided by a couple of errors and other baseball sins by Lyndonville who wì. 'rooping sadly and getting groggy. One more run carne in the seventb, and another oni; for luck in the ninth when the visitor.- had run.- enough (Continued on pae 4) ARRAIGN GOVERNOR BR1BERY CHARGE OKMULCKi:, Oka., July ' Anaignmeiil of (iov, J. I!. A. lioliertson of Oklahoma on a cliarge of accepting a l;ribe to per mit a state Ixmk to operate when he knew it to be insolvent was heard in districi court herc today. Thirteen other pi'ominent men are indicted with the governo!' after a sweeping grand lury investigation i into alleged irregi'larities in bank ing activities. The overnnr i- ori a -lieaking tour and will not apiiear at the arruignnint. JULY 5, 1922 Future of Business In Depends On Strike EXCITING HORSE RACES FEATURE BARTON'S FOURTH Eva Abbee Wins Free-ior AH Big Parade of Decoratcd Cara Barton was the mecca of thous ands of visitors on the Fourth of July who participated in and en joyed the big program provided by the townspeople. It was a fine eelebration from start to finish and nothing was loft undone to furnish entertainment of the highest class for the visitors. The day started off with boom ing of cannoli and a .Street parade. Handsomely decoratcd automo biles and iloats started near the Boston and Maine railroad station and wentled their way through the principal streets to the music of Barton and Orleans bands. The streets were ìined jvith automobile partics which had come in from ali parts of Northeastern Vermont to join in the eelebration and by townspeople who had open houses for the hundreds of visitors of the day. The parade moved to the Roar ing Brook fairgrounds where the day's eelebration centered. The first prize for the best decorated automobile was won by Mrs. C. T. Miles, who drove the car, ac companied by Miss Eeanor Pow ers and the following cute little folks ali dressed in white: Miss Smith, Vernon Ackley, Lucilie Ackl.-y, Ruth Burdick. The car was handsomely decorated with yellow and white crepe paper and canied the following in yellow letters on the sides: "Barton Fourth of July." Another band some car decorated in yellow and white won second prize. This was the car of John Ury. Ray Web ster's float, filled with rutely dress ed youngsters, took third prize. The prizes were $?"), $-"0 an(l 52Ó. (Continued ou pajre 4) PICKETS ON GUARD AT LYNDONVILLE Strikers and Deputy Sher ilTs Both on Duty at Car Shops For the first time in the historv of Lyndonville there is picketing on both sides in the strike of the shopcraft men at the Boston and Maine shotis which began Satur days morning at 10 o'clock when all' but six of t he IIOO men employ eil walked out in ohedience to or ders from their union. The Bos ton and Maine railroad bave six deputies guarding their proporty, working in 12 hour shifts. Fred S. Harriman, Ernest L. Morrill and lleniy Juneaii of St. Johns bury are on the job from ( a. ni., to ò p. ni., and the night watch mi'ii are hennis Tiombly, Carroll l.al-'loe and Walter Sawyer. The union men have an automo bile which covors the villago and also have meli slationed near the shops but not, of cour.-e, on rail road proporty. The union pirket intercepted about a score of meri that were returning to work Wed nesday morning and persuaded tinni to change their minds and the railroad shops aie pretty W(dl descrted. Wednesday forenoon out of ;i total force of ".(MI there were nine car repairers woiking and two bidpers. In the locomotive shop there were two sheet metal work ers and one marhinist. In the en gine house there were three help is, and the unskilled help who did noi go oui r i niay. i At Sherbrooke a full crew is working, including car inspector Continucd on Last PE ARREST IRISH LEADERS IN LONDON LONDON. July l'art O'Brien fornier representative of the I lail Kireann in London and Sean O'Kellev, who used to represent the Dail in Paris, wero both ar rested la-t evening it was announ- 1olay, Use American Liver Tablets. a Asst. General Manager of Boston and Maine Arrives In Lyndonville A very criticai .situatimi faceti tlie tliriving town of Lyn donville today when it liecanie known that the Boston ànd Maine railroad may dose its shops there permanently if the strike of raihvay shopmen is long continued. L. G. Coleinan, assistant geneiiil manager of the Boston and Maine I railroad, arrived in Lyndonville this morning in bis private car and had been holding conferonc es ali day with both sides. Karly this morning he met representatives of the union and three of the leading citizens of Lyndonville in Supt. IL E. Folsom's office. Mr. Coloniali said that as an in dividuai he wanted to teli them that if the men did not return to work pretty soon the Lyndonville shops would be the last on the Boston and Maine system to be opened. He said this was not a threat but simply h:s opinion be cause he was satisfied that the big shops at Billerica, Mass., were better equipped, especially l'or lo comotive repair work, than tho Lyndonville shops where about 12." men have been employed on loco motive repair work alone. Following Mr. Coleman's state- I ment a meeting was called at the town clerk's office at 11 o'clock of the business and profession men of the village where Supt. Folsom appeared by special request and repeated Mr. Coleman's statement, uttered eailier in the day. Col. Folsom added that inas much as the railroad s were abiding by the government's wage deci sion he very much hoped that the men in Lyndonville would do like wise. Charles L. Stuart, who pre sided at the gathering at which some 30 were present, then ap pointed a noniinating committee of three to select live citizens to serve on a committee to hold a conference with the men now out to see if the shops could not be opened again. This committee consists of Al bert Stearns, Dr. F. E. Dw'nell, Prescott Moore and Willic Connor. These men will try and nieet some of the men now out on strike dur ing the day. Notice has been pn.-tod asking the men now out to report at the depot at 2 o'clock this afternoon for their pay for the 2 days time they worked last week. The men will nieet in their hall tonight to talk over the whole situation. The proporty owners of Lyndon ville realiste that they are today at tho parting of the wavs and that it would be an irreparable lo:-.- if the railroad shops which have been the community's leading industry for over 50 years wi-i'e closed or any part of the work tran-ferrod to larger machine shons olsewhoie. Representatives of the strikers said they had no statement to givo out today to the Caledonian-Kecord They requested that no statement s be M'cui'ed from the men on strike. They proni'- d that a press coni- Boston Maine Railroad SS e n W Pei inanelli posilions tor competcnt men hose work is salisl'attory as IMachinists, Boilermakei s, Blacksinillis, Klectricians, Sheet IMetal Workers, Coach Kcpa irnien and IMumbers 70c per hour. (ias Weldcrs (Acetylene) 75c per hour Car Inspcclors, Carpentcrs and Paintcrs, (i.'ìc per hour. Machinìsls llelpers, Boilermakers Helpers, Blacksmiths Helpers, Electricians Helpers, and Sheet Metal Workers Helpers 17c per hour Applv to II. B. CLOUGH, General Foreman Woodsville, N. H. TO TAKE PLACES OF MEX OX STRIKE Ollice always open The Weather Showers this afternoon followcd by generally fair tonight. Fair with rising temperature. PRICE TWO CENTS nrv D H Town Settlement mittec w'ould be named to handlc the matter of publicitty and to givo out whatever statement the men wished o be published. It is expected that the striker's repre sentative -vilt bave a statement to make tomorrow giving their posi tion in the matter. The Boston & Maine are giving first attention to car and cugine inspection and will send out no trains that have not been inspec cd. CHICAGO, July a The fact that raihvay shopmen were report ed drifting back in groups today was considered the turning point of the strike. Although responding to the cali last Saturday Railroad officials said many defections were due to the desire of the men to take a holiday over the Fourth of July. B M. Jewell reiterated the union's statement that the strike was 100 per cent effectivc at ali points repoi-ting. Maintenance of ways men were a,so reported to be joining the walkout. Such reports reached presldent Jewell's head quarters and were confirmed. Railroad.-- were completing arrange ments to handle their repairs at outside shops. BOSTON, July 5 W nile strik: ing workers on the Boston and Maine and Boston and Albany prepared for their first joint mass meeting this afternoon olHcials of the ìoad reported that many of the men who walked out last Saturday returned to their jobs. The Boston and Albany which had reported the defections of small numbers of maintenance of ways men re ported that considerable numbers of mi n were working in the de partments efl'ected by the strike. A considerable number of employ ces bave applied for work and have been given work.: The state ment of the Boston and Maine said that 2000 of the cono were employ ed "in whose places today about 700 men have been put at work." CHICAGO, 111., July 5 Rail way shopmen, who walked o(f their jobs last Saturday playod a Ione band in ilio rad strike today. Fears that other unions would join the striking shonmon were virtuali dispelled. The first w ide lift in railroad strike clouds show ed when Maintenance of Way cm ployees who include tiack work ers and other common labor, de finitely abandonod the idea of a walkout at this time. As a resali Continued on La.st Page Si OH'