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THE CALEDONIAN-RECORD The Weather Showers tonight. Coolcr A New.paper Covering the Entlra Northeast Section. of Vermont Stato Every Working Day, in Vt. Tucstlay partly clouyy unti cooler. r. Fresh i shifting winds. LATEST EDITION PRICE TWO CENTéT VOL. VII NUMBER 98 ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922 WD BONAMAW Unanimous Choice of Conservatives New Prime Minister Assertó lrish Constitution Must Be Carried Out (By the Associated Press) LONDON, Oct. 23 Andrew Donar Law on leaving the Unionist meeting today at which he was unanimously elected leader of the party told the newspaper men he would accept the task of reforming the niinistry. Mr. Donai' I.aw in his speech RAIL HEADS CONFER T9 AID CAR CONGESTION V.-.rvi. Yoivlo 1lìrtLtA eupoit laid lilotked Wii U Tio flfif TcVtn Ali H liti llUHIt M. 1UHI it" Points ... . , . , . . I . J. Lren, of Montreal, assist-j ."ut general superintendent, Supt. ' A. Williams of the Canadian Pa- cific railroad of Farnham and Supt. John Ahearn of the Boston and Maine railroad vere in New port yesterday in eonsullution with General Agent E. W. Savane and Yard Master E. C. Huntington, devising ways ami means to re lieve the prcsent convention of fieieht at this terminal. The Newport vards are at pres ent so blocked with frieght arriv ine from ali points that the Cana dian Pacific Railroad was obligod to leave Kit) rars on the Summit siding Saturday afternoon and Saturday night A temporary em bargo has becn pluccd to relieve this situation. The freight bandii ng force on the transfer was increased today fiom 57 to ('! men. This is an 'ii t rease of one new crew of seven men, and addine one additional man to cach of the nine crews which heretofore consisted of four truckers, a tipper and a rhecker. An extra shifting crew js also to he added, and additior.al clerks vili be rcipuired to handle this volume of work at the yard office and in the freieht otrice. Supts. Uren and Williams are dcmiciled in their irivate rar Que bec which is placcd on the ('. I. siding to await a ronferencc with general superintendent, li. E. Fol som today. TRACES GROWTH OFMETHODISM AT NEWPORT Interesting Lccture Is De livered by Dr. F. H. Morgan The steropticon lecture Sunday evening at the Newport Methoilist Episcopal chiurli givon by Dr. Fred H. Morean of Boston was full of interest not only to Metho dists, tracine as it did the history of Methodisni from the founders, John and Charles Wesley and fì coree Whitelìeld and the growth of the chiudi in America, bui to anyone vho would learn some thine f pioneer days. Dr. Morean's talk was full of (iiaint tales of ubo custonis and the pre indice.-; of the chiì.v days, epecially in New Eneland. The Pilgrinis caule to this country in scardi of roligious liberty bui their de-rondants vere often as illiberal as those from whom their frtliers has del. They vere .-low to nvrognize the intruder whether Baptist, (Quaker or Mcthodist, and the prearheis nn't with a Imitile i'(ccption. Ono of these. Elisila Heddine. traveled .'!t(Ht miles a yea rin the Xew Hampshire lis ti ict and received ''V1" above hi. Il a velili;;' expen.- e-. The early piracheis and chiurli members we,e exceedinely au.-tere and simple in both dress and hab Continued on Paee Five NAZOL For Catairh Colds deelared the I risii constitution must le ir lied out. Itefei-ring to Mr. I.loyd George he iaid he was suro they would have a "pretty stih" tusslf", out he hoped they would stili ne good friends after ward. In the eoursc of his address, Mr. Andrew Law deelared this was not the time for introducine great things which might be beneficiai to empWe howpvcr dmr t0 hjJ i..,,. n., ,.,:A hn VinH fnr hn.-11-t He said he honed for a j period of quiescence rafher than i ono of sheer controversi'. His re- f eretico was said to be understood t(j fae iaym reform Mr I!onar jaws edection gives England her first Conservative prime minister since V.m. LYNDON PLAYS RINGS AROUND M0NTPEL1ER Capital City Eleven No Match; Drop Game by 51-0 Score Lyndon InstituU' had thincs pretty near her own vay on V io tory fiold Saturday afternoon she ran awav with the heavy, but in experienced Monipelier SeminaiT tam to the tune of ó4 to 0. The si.e of the score does not entirely indicata the whole story, as sever al Montpelier players .showine fla.-hes of real football toro off sub stantial pains aeafnst their heaier and more experiinced opponente. It was a case o.' a veli coachod, veli workine team playine an eually as husky but totally inex periencel one, for the performance of the Seminary lads bespoke of but little for the coachine st.afT at that in.-titutiom The Woods broth ers as u susai vere the whoie team for the Instituto, vhile Capt. Has-.-ett and "Turk" Durgin cave very satisfactory accounts of themselves as did W'ark. Smith, Edmunds, Martin and Kenorson in the line. For Montpelier, Tvombly was easily the most aeeressive, nevei" failine to penetrate the Institute line for le.-s than five yards and followine li ini closely was Davis the husky left tackle whose punt ine and passes saved the Seni from a more severe beatine The eani opened with the Sem inary lecchine at the south end of the fiold. Woods kicked ofT to Gard yne vho ran back five yards, and the ball went into play on the Sem inary .'!" yard line. They vere held for dovns and Davis was fo'.'ced to punt, Durein receivine on his 20 yard line and was downed in his iracks. Then Dick Woods vent aronud the end for .-.ix yards, Dur ein three, and Iìasett folloved with about tvdve and first down. Dick Woods and Durein then follo wed with a first down cach and the In-titute steam roller in the sluipe of the husky "Whiff" Woods baneed throueh the oppon ine line for the touchdown. Ha. ,-ett kicked the eal- Montpelier received aeain, D. Davis catchine the kick vhich he fumblerl. A Lyndon )iayer pounoed on it eivine them the ball on the Seminary 2-" yard line. Here the Seminary had another break in their lurii wlu n they vere penalized live y ni for tackline (Continued on paee three) COES ON TRIAL FOR MURDERING AUNT HOSTON, Mass. Oct. 20 Thomas Gettiean of Rovere was piacili on trial a eoond time in Superioi' Cocrt today chareed with tue murder of hi aunt, Mrs. Lizzie M. Cook of Revci-e in .lune 1021. The jury in the first tiri, di.-aereed Gettiean is alleeed to have poi soned Mrs. Cook. The woman's body was i xhimied sliortly afti-r ber death and medicai oll'icer.- said they found traces of arscnic in the digestive organa. WALKING THE PLANK FIRST NORMAL SCHOOL IN U. S. WAS AT CONCORD Pian lOOth Anniversary Celebration During Corning Year Saturday evenin,;, a eet-together meeting was held at the town hall at Concord for the purpose of con siderine the fuestion of celebratine in 102'! the lOOth anniversary of the foundin". of the first normal school in America located at Con cord Corner, Vermont. It was decided that sudi a cele bration should be neld and Uev. A. M. Markey was chosen cenerai manager. A finance committee and a workine committee vele ap pointed, these committees beine structed to eo ahearl and work out plans for a celebration as they thoueht best. The committees chosen vere as followers: FinaiB;Mr. O. I!. Cut ting, Mr. O. V. fia'ker, Mr. F. L. Carpente!', Mrs. H. E. Currier, Mrs. Helen Folsom, Mr. E. A. Gray, Mr. C. F. r.iclntire, Miss Jennie Ranny, Mr. W. M. Ridi. The working committee is as Follows: Mr. F. A. Iìrewer, Mr. C. F. Urown, Mrs. F. M. Cobleigh, Mr. C. F. Cutting, Mrs. Dennie Fisher, Dr. (;. lì. French, Mr. S. C. Harding, Mr. F. M. Hastings, Mr. Ieo. Hastings, Mr. C. E. Joslin, Mrs. E. D. Lee, Mrs. C. A. Milti more, Mrs. G. E. Monili, Mr.-. Harry Ranny. Mr. E. E. Reed, Mr. K. F. Richards, M r. Jacob Richard son, Mrs. H. C. D. Smith, Mr. H. C. D. Smith, Mr. W. I. Streeter, Mi. .1. C. Warrcn. The first meeting of the commit tees is to be held with Mr. Maikey at the school-housc on Tuesday evening, October 24th, 7..'!) oclock. RUM RUNNERS LEAVE BOOZE BY ROADSIDE 1! RAN' DON, Oct, 2.'! That booze smueelers may bave become friehtened while pa.-sing through Ilrandon was indicateli yesteniav morning when three bottles of Scotch were found in the ioad be tween the u)ix r end of Giove .-treet and l'ine Hill eemetery. There were si veKU broken boti les .-cattered along the road and two empty dress suit cases and a pood sized wooden box were also found. Two cars were ,ieai'd passine through Giove .-treet at a high rute of .-peed. TO REFOMM M v rtyftCwj JUDGE H AND GIVES DECISION ON PETITION XEW YORK, Oct. 2:: Federai Judge Learned Hand today handed down a decision disniissing the ino tion of foreign and American ship companies for a permanent injunc tion restraining federai piohibition agents from putting into effect the boni' dry ruling of Atty. Daugher ty. He extended the ,-tay teni)oi arily, however, providing that the steamship companies file an im mediate appeal to the United States supreme court. I - LATE NEWS I TRENTON. N. !.. Ort. 2.1-At the request of supreme court jus tice Parker, the Attorney Gener- j al's departmrnt today at noon took charge of the Hall-Mills mur- der case. Attorney General Mc I Cran deputized William A. Mott of Kssex county as Deputy Attor ney General in charge. The ac tion of Justice Parker was taken at the joint request of prosecutors Slricker and Beekman. WORCESTER, Mass.. Oct. 23--Mis. Frank L. Heald, 30 yeai s old, fell 50 feet from the rear veranda of a brick block today. She land- , ed on a concrete walk. She was , nn!u slifrhtlv brii;sH. the lines of ! clothes line of the first flcor break- ing her iau. j A MHEUST, Ma-. Oct. 2:', The death of Prof. Arthur L. Kimball 66 vears old. prof, of physits at i Amherst college was anncunccfl to day. Death occurred in his home last night. He had been a professor in the college for 31 yeais. ; PONZI TO CONDUCT ' OWN DEFENSEi IlOSTOX, Mass. Oct 2:: Char-I les Ponzi went on trial tod iv on ( harges of laiceny and conspiracy. prefei'red against him by the Com monwealth. Ponzi is nod .-crvingj federai sentence for Usine the i mail- to defraud nut the U. S. Su preme Court rulcs that He could he i tried at the sanie time on the state I indietments. I Ponzi told Judge Frederick I o - . I dick that he would conduct hi- osmi j ! defense. As.-t. Atty. Cui. Albert j llurwitz in a confo. enee amore the i nro-ecutors of the court -aid he. intended to Uy the defimlant on : only part of the indici nient.-. Pive , i jof l'on;'i's agents were ab-o jilacei . I on trial for con-piiacy. ' By MORRIS ACADEMY HAS EASY TIME IN WINNING 38-0 Ivf)cal Boys' Offensive Is Too Strong for Dow Academy The green and white ovai toss eis of St. Johnsbury Academy carne through with another victory or the campus Saturdav, when they defeated Dow Academy of Francntiia, X. II., by the score of .'IS to 0. Pract icàily -11 of the break.- of the game carne to the St Johnsbury team, but their important gains rame thru njns and some completed passes The game start ed with Dow kicking to the Academy. Darling ran the ball down to about the e nter of the field, from whence i! was carried by one run after an other to within 2."i yards of the goal. Monili annexed territory coveiing fifteen yards in the next da-h, and then Darling carried the pigskin for the first touchdown, but failed to kik. For the re mainder of the first half Dow re reivod after cach of St. l's touch ilowns. When Darling's long kick-oil s ttlcd tovard low's end of the field, theie vere several green-jei--.-eved tacklers vaiting for one of the vi-itoi's to as that when on ber sceiyid catch it. Thus it Dow lo-t the ball four dovns, the Hit forty odd i iinls ; econd touchdovn. carried the ovai tewn boys bad 1 in rarry il to i "Buzza" again pa-t tlie gate failed to kick. po-ts, liut ne agalli Scoi e, 12 to (l. Monili, back in the po-ition which he iliade famous in St. J's tiist two game- of this season, sprinted some ten or fifteen yard tur the third touchdown, and "Buzza" backod bini up by ,-uc-ces-fully kicking the goal. Bald vin completed a nicc pa.-s from Darling, and scored the fourth six puints. The fifth touchdown was ci alked up by Darling. It wa- durine the third quarter ilat the vi-itoi- were the nio.-t Luigerous. Parker. Dow s .-II-iie.cK, playine back for a jiunt, sev eral times canieil the ball for ;ain-, although before and after this portion of the game he was .-topped by '.he Si. J. end-. One or two l'orw.i ri- were also ioii'- (C'oiHiiiuc.l on lust page) Dramatic Scene As Sec. Denby Pleads With Crew To Race BEEBE BOY SHOT WHILE FOX HUNTING Accidently Discharges a Shot Gun Into His Right Side (Jiiorpe Muir, .Ir., the youneest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Muir of Keebe, 't., was shot and killed while fox huntine Sunday after noon when he accidently dischare ed his own shot e"", the contents tearing into his rieht side. He died soon after the accident from loss of blood and the effeets of the eap ine wound. He was huntine about one mile from his home. Stoppine to rest a moment, he stood his pun against some loes. In sonie manner the youthful hunter lost his balance and f eli. As he toppled to the eround, the tiieeer caupht in his' clothinp and the eun was discharg ed. The thots pe.ietrated upward throueh his rieht side. William Coots vho accompanied hini, rushed to his aid but death carne alniost immediutidy. Reginald Sterns Buried In Lancaster The body of Keginald Stenis, vho died as the result of an acci dent which occun-ed Saturday at Sutton, I .Q., was taken to St. Johnsbuiy Saturday. Mr. Sterns was drivinp an automobile which v.nt of the end of a bridpe. In the accident he heecived injurte.s which broupht about his death soon after. The Stanley Undertakinp Co., took the body in charpe in St. Johnsbury and transported it to Lancaster for burial. MONKTON MAN MAV DIE OF SHOT MOXKTON, Oct. 2.'ì Charles Harriman, 21, was .-hot and seii-ou.-ly vounded late Friday night by W il li.im Master.- and is nov in a criticai condition in the Mary Fletcher hospital at Burlington. Harriman was to have been mar ri ed last. evening to Miss Mary Ben on. The shooting was admitted by Master- to State's Attorney George Stono and is believed by the aut horities, after an investigation, to have been accidenUil, occurring while Master- wa-- footing villi Harriman and Harobl Cox in their room at the fami of Charles Thomas, vhere ali vere employed. LOSES GAME TO LÌSBON 38-0 St. Johnsbury Players Make Pluckv Tries to Hold Poe St. John.-bury Vocational school played a fine rushing game against I.i.-bon High school Saturday but kicking the necossary wallop to penetrate the Li-bon goal zone, fell victims to a ::X to 0 score. The si ore of the game no where near indicate.- th.e rea! battle that vas fought on the Lisbon High field. The Vocational School vou ihc loss up, rhristy receiving the ball and ninnine back ten yards, vith line pluiiL'es by McCrillis and Chri-ty. They nere able to make tiist down only io be penalized for hurdlmg. This seemed to be the spirit of the 'ocatioli'd school as they recovcred the ards lo.-t by penalty and gained five more by a pretty forward pass from Chri-ty to Mann. They ihen ci.ntinued marchine down to vith ir. the shadow of the Lisbon goal by plugging the line with an oc casionai end run only to loose the fiali by a l'umide. Here Li.-bon started ine ball n'aiching in the opposite direction Coruinuori on Page Four DR. LYMAN ABBOTT EDITOR IS DEAD NEW YORK, Oct. 2:ì-Dr. Ly nian Abbott, editor of The Out look and succe.-.-or of Henry Ward Boecher as (la-tor of the Plymouth Congregalional church died ye.-tei-day in his home at USI Lexington avenue, after an illne.-.- that degan eaiiy in the summer. He v.ould L ive been S'7 yeais old in Decom ber, and hi- age had illudi to (io vith bis failuie to ui.ly from an at tack of bionchitij. MESTRY Race Today Starts In Ten Knot Breeze With Racers Nip and Tuck On lst Leg ("Rv the Associated Presa) GLOIXESTEU, Mass.. Oct. 23 The Henry Ford, well in the lead at 1.30 this afternoon was practicàily conceded the Fisherman race against her most prominent contenders, the Bluenose and the M ayllower. ith a lead that remained VALUABLE FARM PROPERTY BURNED AT SUTTON Bert Percy's Big Barn Filled With Crops and Stock Destroyed Early Saturday moiiiine Bert Percy's big barn on the South Ridge was bui ned to the ground. The l'ire start ed ili some way from the lantei'n which hung in the stable. The cows and hoisps were sav ed, but a Gucrn.-ey bull, some sheep and ealves veiv burned. The barn was well filled vith bay and other crops and a largo quantity of farm machineiy was al.-o in the barn. Mr. Percy had just repaired bis stables and the barn contained a milking machine and .-purator which were a total lo.-s. This is a big loss and was only partly eovered by insurance. The barn was built bv Daniel E. Ruggles at a eost of over $1,000 when lumber and labor were both cheap. The house wa- saved by the good work of neighbor-i vho rushed to Mr. Percy's aid as soon as the alami was given. Once moie Sut ton boys show what good firemen they are. OLIVER LAWRENCE DIES FROM STABBING LAWRENCE, Mass. Oct. 2:i A man identified as Oliver Law rence was fatallv stabbod at the Xorth station bere this moi'ning, dyine Inter at a ho.-pital. A mil. employee was arrested and wa charged with the murder. Accord ing to the polire he admitted the .-tabbing, saying it w: s the result of a quarrel. SEEKS $200 FOR LOST LOVE OF HIS WIFE MIDDLEBL'RY, Oct. 2.! Frank Leno was arre.-ted Saturday after noon by Deputy Siici ilf N'ohle .1. Sanford on a warrant charging him with alienatimi of (he elfection- of Colia Eubar, wife o. lied Eubar of Ripton. Ile was taken before Judge Dickens and held in the .-uni of 8200 for his aiipearance in court Xovember 1 I. He ohtuincd bail and was released. Eubar sue.- to recov er .200. CALL MEETING OF BASKETBALL FANS TONIGHT Company D Seeks Opinion of Iocal Fandom On Coach The manager of the ba-krtbail for Co. D has received a letter from "Curley" Burns. sta' ine hi villingncss to come to St. .lohn.--dury. He al-o mciitions the -alaiy that he expect- to roceive. liinn-i- a player of execilence, and i ìe eoinmended bv "Chick" Buriii a the man for St. John.-bury fans this year. In'view of the faet that the hu-i-ne.-s meri of St. John.-bury bave contrihuted so generou.-ly to the succo.-.- of the team- in the pr-l Company D think- they . houli have .-oiiiethiin.'- to .-ay about the team for thi- year. Theie i- to be a meeting of the membri'.- of the team and the company at the .im- orv thi.- evening ami it r- liope that ali the bu-iii'-- men of town who can po--d!y do so come and expre-.- tir il view -t he inaili'!.- to de con i I ì i d. meetiire is to be at ni'ie P. M the Armoiy ciubioom. the will 0:i The , at ! constantly over 000 yards, the . l'nited States contender for the l'.-hing championship appeared to ; be finishing well at the foie. 1 At 12.20 the Ford pickl up tln; ! wirul and degan to gain rapidly. I She was leading by one quaiter of a mile and dronping the Blueno-e a- fast as on Satijrduy. At 12.2Ó , the l'ord lead had increased to "more than 00 yards. At 12.40 the Ford stili had a lead of 00 . yard . The wind had hriuled iaround to the we.-twan! makinv the last three miles of the leg a ! de.d beat. j After the Ford l.ad gained a lead I of 000 yards the Bluenose appe ndi . to hold her for a few minuto- and the American boat could noi pulì a way. The Boston schooner, Mav 1 flower. folloved the two clo-ely under the same sail and appeared i to hold both of them. 1 At 12.5M the Foni pas.-ed to star i board and headed for the -econd nvirk 2 miles awa. . At 1 o'clock the Ford was leading bv "00 yard-. The Bluenose did not hold as far a Ithe Ford passine under liei- at 1,2. I "?. Her crew handled her sail.- bad ,! - I At 1.20 it looked as though the American boat had the rare well in I hand. She had a Icid of 700 yards ! and was gaining steadily and stili j had a good lead when the boat. rounded the second maik. At noon both boats were hard on the port tack off Efistern 1 1 'o' nt and had sailed more than one-half of the second leg. The Ford had drawn avay until she had a lead of 200 yard- and vas sniling (iractically as high a.; the Bluenose although the lattei- vas '.;ì trifle to the weather of the l'ord's wake The vini! had fallen to si'x knots. The race started at 11.110 o'clock. The Bluenose ero-sed the line first but the Ford (;uickly caught u) and jiassed her gaining a lead of !." yards which she maintaiiied at 11.1" The time of the first mai k l'Oli 1 11. 20, PI; Bluenose 11.2"). .')". A shift of the wind from the siuthea-l working' around to south robbed the boats of a chanci' ' in ho up at the breeze and the race i devcloped into the sanie kind as that of Saturday, a reaching af fair thioiighoul. At 12.2."' the Ford's lead increa-e 1 to more than (10(1 yard-. I The Glouce.-ter M'hooner, Henry Ford, with a make-hil't crew, leti ber wharf in tow of a tue at 0.1") thi- forenoon. The crew degan bendine on her mai n ail a- .-he loft the dock. At that time Blu. uose, the Canadian con'ender, wa- . eil i 1 1 .u" around Eastern Poinf. An inci'easing -outheilv bree;:e j was cornine in. The jinlge- boat i was at anchor in the harhor. Capt. ! Morl'issey took charge of the bend ine of the main.-iirl. The scenes preceding the deci -ion that the boat would -ail wa- dramatic. Membri- of liei- ciew, 1 e. Irvine southwe-ter- and -licker; in a body marched tlirough the main sti'eet ,-houting "Weie .tbrough. Well have nothing to do i with the committee or it races." A-ked if they would go to .-ce the committee they rcplied: "I.et the committee come to .-oc u-." i At the dock they were mot by Sec. Denby, who wa- an unolficiid member of the boat'.- crew in Saturday'.- race timi planned to .-ail again todtiv. Secretai v Itenbv told t'ontlr.ned on l.a-t I ae Ki: 1(11 l'I.ANMM. Ili 'I-i! rnlill'!"ULII Oli- V..llli'' Il Il Hit llli-lin- .-M'UIV III' lill'l- lllt'illl Ole llll : 1 1 ti VI 1,0 ' - 1 1 L' Il l -.-,' Il i' -l'I". 1C Ih dui' un I le . 1 1 li.' vnui' elmi-. I hr Ilio IniL'l'Ui-. Ii 1 e r uni! ìlnt l, rullìi,' . -iitii-. i'-li'i 11 l'arnie Idi' .'-HI. e utili!, -ii iiu- -u -hui,. illl'.M'l'tl iti.- Kh-i nini tilt' Wl'-l tal' '.iill lIlflMUll )l't,lT, '. ti ' l'iki''- I'J i,"'i'il.. Il'ii'al li !'.''. -film' l'i lui ;n. ,. Siili l.,ik. ( 1 .. Hnil llii.' lejiiiil I iiimiii if i!h' l'itii !n ì' Hi.il' in Tln 1,. hu'iìiiI Seti a i 1 lilla t'iin.'i.. Ili li r-li tur li'. 'ti.v ol t'ic l'iii'iln- ,,illi,,-:. S .kl.1.1 . 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