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A Newspaper Covering the Entire Northeast Section of Vermont State Every Working Day. VOL. VII NUMBER 127 $1,000,000 Suit Is Brought To Halt Merchants Bank Employee Testifies To Checks On Young Woodhouse (By The Associated Press) ISUIILINGTON, Nov. 2.-) Trial of the Woodhouse $1,000,000 alienation .suit was brought to a halt this morn in wheii it was doeided to liave the jury inspeet the Wood house estate in this city. It was (Ione with the view of givinp; tlu m the "background'' believed GIVEN SHOWER BY FRÌENDS ' Miss Gladys McCauley 1ÌC AV ed (led IO Mi". T.nr f1..!.,. i Mi-s Gladys McCauley was tcn dered a pre-nuptial rdiowor Thurs day night at Newport the home of Mrs. Vernoii Huntington assistei by Mrs. Theron M cader. The guests were the Thursday club of which Miss McCauley is a mem ber. The showei- is in unticip.ition of liei' approacliing marriage to Mi'. Jay Carr ano cuncealed in tao mànimoth yellow ball, which was first thought to be a fallen nietcor, but was only an extremeiy reans tic pumpkin of the l.irgest si.e were beautiful gifts of linen silver and cut glass and other more prae tical articles. Gay streamers of the sanie shade were fe.-tooned froni the eciling to the four corners of the table where the 'pumpkin' repo.-ed on a bed of autunni leaves making a charming efl'ect of autumn color ine. A delicious lunch and a socia! liour with music iliade t he occa sion a happy one fot' ali. SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY AT PAGE HOME Little Girls Pian Happy Surprise l'or 25 th Celebra tion A weddiiu; hanquet complete even to the wedding eake was scrv eì Friday evening at the home of Mi-, and Mrs. C. C. Page of IVarl stieet in celehralion of their 25th wedding anniversary. The elabor ate four couisc spiead was pre pa.ed and served by Mr. and .Mrs. Page's two youngest daughters, (Cor.tlTiued on page b) They Want the Editor to Do the "Roasting "Next to the pi-e auent and the te.-t tiie i-di'or's patiencc, the fellow sonieo'ic over the coals," savs M r. 1. thief of poiici ivos o'fen. e ; the statement ìiir' oliicial. i the statement. the -uperinteiideiit md st raiehtwav and sìrii the article, the you a-k the man to a and .-ìr-m the aiticle, th( , indÌRiiant, informinR you nanie brouR'ht into it. H enidiaticall y wants to sit watch the papcr roa-t ,-omeone in;jr a (li.-arecable duty wlien he Thi.- i.- but one of the r-cores of interestiliR paraRiapbs on .nudi city uepaper work as )ublih(-d in "The American Magazine" by the well-known .:nall town eiìitor, William V. Loomis. Every re.ider of a new.-paper will be interested in this ar ticle. U take. up niany jilui.-o.- of why "Peoiile I o Love to Sec their Xiiini'.. in the Paper," which is the title of the story. The Caledonian-Record has MCiu-cd picmi.-Mon from The American Malizine to rcjiub lih this aiticle bcjinniiiR; .Monday. lion't mi.s it. It's inter-e.-tinu. VARO THE CALEDONIAN-REGORD neiessary by the Melense in suo j stantiating evidenrc which it ex pectod to introduce later on. Evidente this mornmg was limit- el to tue testimony ol two wn- ne.-ses, one being a hotel clerk in the Ten Kyck hotel at Albany, in troduced to strengthen un alibi of L. E. WoodhoVse. The other wit- ness was Clark E. Brigham ,an lUìlo of numerous checks dvawn on Douglas Woodhouse bv Mrs. Lill- ian Wa llendricks. McClelland of ìingtoh. REPORT ENGAGEMENT OF CHARLIE CHAPLIN LOS ANGELES, Nov. 25 Charlie Chaplin and Pota Negri are ongaged to marry accordine to repoits current in motion picture rircles here, the Los Angeles Times says in a story publishcd today. Chaplin refused either to cleny or confimi the reported en gagement. A 00 AITI T A MFI illJUfiULl tVì) ROB U. S. MAN AT SHERBROOKE Charge Youth of 20 Years With Attack Upon American j sheubrooke, p. q., Nov. 25 ! Henri Drouse, a young lad of jabout 20 years of age, appeared in jthe DistnVt Magistrate'.-; Court ye: torday charged with assaulting -r.i ehlerly man, nanied Paterson and robbing hini of a considerablo : sum of money. Accordine to the evidence, 1 Dn.u.-e pickod up a fair sized stono Iduiing the afternoon and put it in Conti nued on Page Five GCVERNOR SIGNS MILLS REQUISITION MOXTPELIKR, Nov. 25 Gov. Ilai'tness has sijjned requistion pa jiers a kiiiK the overnor of New York to return George Mills who broke jail in Caledonia county two weeks ano. The reuet was iliade by State's Attornoy Campbell. Jlills is wanted for alleed hiRb way l'obbei'y and stealin an auto mobile hesides bieakiiiff jail. He was one of the trio connected with the Hanville holdup. free-)ublicity seeker, to who wants you to rake vis. "The mayor, the chools, or soninone else of s the am1, ìieved citizen hurries to chancis are he will be .-.unie 1 esponsibility for chaiices are he will be he iloes not want bis in the background and ali probabili!)-, va.s do- who, in olfende 1 the citizen." LEADS YALE FIRST QUARTER 7-0 ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, "WELL DON E, THOU HANOVER A. C. FEATURE HERE ON TUESDAY Gubhy McDermott and His Stars Will Play Company I) ('oacb Burns of the Company l ha.sketball team has a remaikably .strciiR- attraction cominR here for Tuesday niht. ' Ile has securod bìR4 "Gubby" McDermott and bi.s hanover A. C. which will be,. re membered here Just year as one of the cleancst and fastest contests that has over been played on the locai court. The Rame last year rosulted in a .'!) to 20 score in favor of the locai team. There were only five foul.- ('alien in the wholo Rame an the feature plajnn?; of McDermott and Yuille will be remembered by ali who saw it. McDermott is brinR'itiR the sanie Yi ille back with him this year and in addition, Tracy, Arkey, and the veisatile "Wallie" Kopf who will be remembered as the thirl base mi.n at Newport the past two years and later with the New York Giants. This Rame is sure to be a bum diiiRcr. Coacb Hurns has played a Rame with the locai club and ha-' an idea what they can do, so fans may be .su re of a faster combina tit !i even than last Rame. INS1STS ON OPEN POLICY IN TURKEY LAI. SANNE, Nov. 25 Richard a.Nhburn Child, cliief American .spokesman at the Near Eastern conference, amazed the other del eRations today by reiteratine the in.-ii-tanee of the United States u) on the open door policies in Turkey. He read the memoi andum d( livered on October Ilo to Great Pritain, France and Italy and said that the American Rovernmont and public suiiported this policy. STUDENTS LOSE LIFE IN CATHOLIC COLLEGE FIRE WTNNIPEG, Man., Nov. 25 Two students lost their lives and 20 others were injured today when fi. e destroyed St. Honiface collcRe, one of the oldest and most noted of Canadian Catholic institutions. The fanious Jesuit library wi al.-e de.-lioyed. LATEST EDITION GOOD AXD FAITIIF UL SERVANTI" 1 n ' ri i !.. 1 CRIMSON DRAWS FIRST IJLOOI) NEW II.W'EN, Nov. 25 The ale and Harvard university foot ball teams completed their sclii' dule by meetiiiR here todav for tlieii annual Riiilii'on classic. M. Clemenceau was amomr the 7(!.000 spectators. A piercinR- wind blew ; out ol Ilio norl h west and the U'in p( ratuie was low. Harvard ,-cores a touchdown in the first period. Owen made a Iiiiir run down .he field from Jlarvard's !5 yard line aed went over for the touchdown. F.-.mmond kicked the goal. BOSTON, Nov. 25 Mrs. Ther er,a Maratifìi was held torlay with out bail in municipal court tharg cd with the murder last night of ber brother-in-law Leu Mai'angi, a ncrth end resident in the door wrj of her home. Leo Marangi Jr. scn of the murdered man was held in $5000 bail as a material witness. MANCHESTER. N. IL, Nov. 28 An intimation that the strike apainst the Amoskcag mills here u.-nuld be called off was given by Vice Pras. Starr by the United Tt-xtile workers of America here today. At a meeting of ali the unions he said he felt that h? couid n 't ask the people to surfer any lciiger. The union will vote to moli ow fui conference re:omiiien (i.'.fior.s which were not iliade pub lic. DURLIN QUIETS DOWN AFTER CHILDERS' DEATH DUPEIX, Ire. Nov. 25 La-t iiìrìU pas.-ed iiietly in I tubini and the l'eclinR o uncasiness cau. ed by the execu'ion of Erskine Chihleis ,-eemed Rrcatly le.-..-ened today. DERBY MAN FILES BANKRUPTCY PETITION Ed win V. Jone- of Derby has filed a petition in bankruptcy in the office of the United Stat"S clerk in BurlinRton. Liabilities were placed at .yi,2 l'.i.:;o and as ets at s'S:;.."!. or '. hich ..".2' is ikui.h d cxeinpt. ! LATE NEWS ì IV ' MOT LAST OF 0. E. S. DELEGATO REACHES HOME Vt's Votinff Strength Big National Gathcr ing Sixty at The Vermont delcRation to the Iiìr' RatheiiiiR of the Eastern Stai in WahiiiRt,on, D. ('., was one of 111 .-troiiRest and with the return F'iday of the state's Rrand officers mudi interestinR' information of the inside working of the conven tion attended the representati ves from nearly ali of the countries of the Rlohe, is beinR Rleaned. Sixty of the H47 votinR deleRatcs were from the Green Mountiin State and its Rrand matron, Mrs. L. N. Smythe of St. Johnsburv hail a pari in the proRiam. Each state or country presented some emblem or tributo and VermonCs was the readinR of .Indice Charles Dar-linR-'s poem, "That's Where Ver mont ('omes In" by Mrs. Smythe. The deleRation from Hawaii and from Japan presented the flaRs of their country. Ali the countries of North America were represented ami many of the foreÌRn ones, and many of the presentations were most unitue. The votinR deleRation was made up of the four hÌR'he.-t officei's of the state chapters anrl the past rand patrons and pa.-t Rrand ma trons so St. John.-bury's votinR strenRth loomed lai-Re with the presence of Mrs. Smythe, Mr. and Mi-. J. S. Weeks and Mr. and Mr-. A. M. LanR who bave ali been bonored with high offices the order. IJeturniiiR Friday with Mi Mrs. Smythe were Mr. and Arthur Tilden of Barre, erand officers and Mr. and . and Mrs. both Mrs. li. D. RupRles of West lìurke, Mrs. IiuRRles th Rrand warder. The other members of the deleRa tion returned earlier in the week. The last arrivals spent a day in Atlantic City ami visited Phil'adel phia and New York City eni'oute home. STUDENTS ARRESTED FOR TICKET SPECULATION! NEW HAVEN, Ct. Nov. 25 Two additional arrests on the charge of speculating in tickets for today's Harvard-Yale game were made during last night, the arcused being freshmen in the University. Both dni'd the cliai ye. 1922 OM STEAMER0 2,000 Christian Refugees On Board Liner In Collision FARM BUREAU ACTIV1TIES1N EAST HAVEN Said to be More Deer Than Dairy Cows In Essex County A representative of the Caledo ni; n-Record and St. Johnsbuvy Kepublican has been accompanyinj? the offic'als of the Caledonia County Farm Bureau on their tour to the different towns of the coun ty the ;ast few weeks. It is be lieved that more publicity will bring- the people of the various communities into a closer touch with and better understandinjf of the important woik of this valu abl" institution for the promotion of the interests of better agricul tmal conditions. The officiai par ty as it starts out to fili one of tlie.se dates makes quite an outfit with its Ford car loaded with mov iriR picture apparatus, lanterna, fotilizer sprayers and dusters, a hall' dozen big batteries, cane and reed for basketry, samples of seeds, baRs and baggaRe galore, unti! it looks like a nioving van. It has ali the material for a good road show, playm at one night strrds. It niight be an Uncle Tom's Cabin Company, with Sec retury Hallettin the title role, Aent Barnes as handsome George Harris, Miss Gilfillan as Little Eva or Miss Orphelia, and the news paper man as the ice, bloodhound and scene shifter. Friday the jutfit bobbed over the ceriity line to the north into Essex county and held an interesting meeting in Grange hall at East Haven. The farmers of East I'a.ven, and in fact of ali Essex county, are grass growers in the sumnier and iumbermen in the wmter. As soon as the snow ccir.es in the fall everyone is busy getting out either lumber or wood. This is tho only sideline the locai farmers find profitable. There is stili big quantities of lumber in Essex county, although there is not as much virgin growth spruce and pine as there was before the d; ys of the old Lyndon Mill com pany when Dudìey P. Hall was the meving spirit and energy-inspirer fo1' ali this region, and millions of (Continued on page two)' EXPECT TO FIND MURDER ERS BODY IN HARBOR QUINCY, Mass., Nov. 25 The polire in their efforts to trace the man believed to have shot and killed Mrs. Ida G. Anderer at her hemo here last night were search ìpr; the harbor shore today in the o.pectation of finding his body. I'ecause of a note which they found in the house and which they refused to' make public they said it appeared probablo that the man had thrown himself into the har bor. Mrs. Anderer's body was dis roered by ber daughter lying in the celiar and hearing four bullet w(iunds. The police announced today that they were looking fi Albert L. Harvey who was said to bave lived with the woman for some, ti ni e. C-FRMAN GOVERNMENT DECLARATION ENDORSED BERLIN, Nov. 25 The Iliech slaj1. today voteti its approvai of the motion made by the German d mocrats endorsing the govem nu ut declaration of polity. PATERNITY PRINCIPAL MARRIES MRS. BRIEMER MAMMONI). Ind. Nov. 25 Prof. John P. Kiernan of South Iìend and Mrs. Bianche ,1. Brienier of Hansell, Iowa were married this morning by Justice Kenmp at down Point, Ind. The professor who was divorred on Thursday from his wife, Mrs. Augusta Kier nan, prinripal i i r a oatcrnity case at South Bend, gave his age at IJ2. The bride gave her age as 21. HANSELL, Iowa, Nov. 25 Bianche Brienier is the daughter of P.ev. Charles H. Horn, a Meth-odi.-t minister here. SOUTH BENI), Ind Nov. 25 When informed that her former husband had been married to Mrs. Brienier, Mrs. John P. Kiernan stated that she did not know the woman but said she had heard the professor montion her as the wo man whom be later exprcted lo man . Allied Ships Rush To Aid of Near East Relief Steamer In Bosphorus (By the Associated Press) CONSTANTI NOPLE, Nov. 2.-) Two thousand Chris tian orphans and two American relief workers were in perii today when the steamship Belgravian chai'tered by the Near East relief collided with the trans-Atlantic liner New York CELEBRATE 25 YEARS OF WEDDED LIFE Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Daniels Are Surprised by Friends A genuine surprise was launch ed on Mr. and Mrs., C. E. Daniels, Friday evening, when about 50 of their relatives and friends of the M. T. O. club gathered at their home, to remino! tnem it was their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Daniels attended the play at the Universalist church, in which her two boys participated, Mr. Daniels remaining at home as he was ili with a cobi. When she reached home she found the hou.-e had been taken possession of by friends and relatives, many of whom she had just pai'ted with at the church. After extending congratulations and good wishes, ganìes were play ed after which delicious refresh ments of sandwiches, cake, coffee and candy were served. There was a beautiful wedding cake made by Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. John Montgomery and when the bride of 25 year.s attempted to cut, she found it to contain as a center piece a roll of 25 new silver dol lars. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Daniels were also the recipients of numer ous other gifts, among them being a bouquet of 25 carnations from their three sons, Dale, Everett and Kenneth. Mrs. Daniels very feelingly ex pressed their thanks and at a late hour the guests iCeparted. Among the guests was Mrs. Will Astio from Bath, Me. BALTIMORE CATCHER APPENDICITE V1CTIM BRISTOL, Ct., Nov. 25 Joe Barry, eatcher on the Baltimore team of the International league, the past season, died at the Rhode Island hospital today. He had un deiRone an operation for appendi citis. CHINESE PREMIER SIGNS RESIGN ATION PEKIN, China, Nov. 25 Pre mier Wang Chung-Hui resiglieli today. The resignation of the entire cabinet had been in the hands of the president si noe the arrest a week ago of the nuance minister on the charge of taking a personal commission in the course of the ncRotiation of a loan. PORTLAND GIRL KILLED BY FURNACE BACKFIRE PORTLAND, Me., Nov. 25 The body of Miss Gertrude A. Hopkins, a stenngrapher, was found in front of the fumare of ber home on Brackett Street by fircnien who were called to extin geish a blaze in the house today. She had been burned to deatb sup-po.-edly from a back fi re from the furare wbile she was burning some ìubbish. The firemen took ber in valid motber from a second story vir.dow when smoke penetrateli tho house. I SHRINERS Come to Masonic Tempie Sunday 3.00 P. M. IMPORTANT The Weather Gcnerally fair und con tinued colei tonight and Sunday. Strong noi'th west winds. PRICE TWO CENTS. at the Western entranee of the Bophoi'03. Allied ships reported that many of the children had been painfully injured. No lives were lost. Doctors and nurse.? were rush e I to attend the injured. The New Y'ork carried no pas seiiRers. Reports received bere declared the children were in a panie allei the impact which tore awaj the bridge of the Belgravian and loosened several of the vessel's plates. The wireless was also put out of eonimission. CLEMENCEAU LEAVES TO -ATTEND FOOTBALL GAME BOSTON, Nov, 25 Georges Cìemenceau rested by a good nights sleep after his address at Tremont Tempie late yestei'day left today to see the Yale-Harvard football game at New Haven. His private car was attached to tho traili leaving tiie South station at 8.30 A. M and due at New Haven at 12.22 P. M. 'OLD FASH10NED HUSKING BEE' BIG SUCCESS Appreciativc Audience at the Universalist Church . The annual Christmas sale at the Church of the Messiah closed Friday night with a most success ful pie.-ontation of the play "The Old-Fashioned Hu'sking Bee." During the aftei-rioon and evening the tahlos were iiberally (uitro ized and the ludies are much grat ified at the results. The play was given under the direction of Mrs. Cari E. Merrill, a.-sisted by Miss Vera Montgom ery, Mrs. .John Simons, and Mrs. Madge Kellogg Poe:;. The lattei had charge of them usic. The fol lowing is the cast of chai'acters: Uncle Nathan Peterkins, the host, Charles P. F rendi ; Thomas Jef ferson Peterkins, the college boj, Everett Daniels; Scipio, the color ili boy, Kenneth Daniels; .fo.-iah, the nervous old bachelor, Georgo C. Folcii; Algernon Fitznoodle, the dude from Boston, Thomas Porte''; Little Lord Fauntleroy, the tali young man, Harry Motl'et; Solomon Levi, the .lew Pedler, Lisle Tidotson; As Sin, the China man, Marold Tillotson; Patrick O'Biien, Walter E. Kellogg; Hob by the -mail boy, Charles Calder wood ; William, Milton Montgom ery; Aunt Peggy Peter.-kins, Mrs. tieorge Tice; Betsy, a fussy old miid. Iris Undeivvood; Katie Ma loney, the liish girl. Mrs. Cari E. Morris; Maggie, Mrs. Milton Montgomery; Mofìy, Mrs. Marion (ioss. The parts weri and the play wa: by a large and i ience. Mr. Felch star- of the cast ali well taken hugely enjoyed ppreciativi' aud was one of the and Mi.-s Un- derwood as hit. Several " Betsy" made a great very plea-ing musical numbeis wei'e gi.en during the evening. Guy T. Kellogg appeared twice and a quartotte coiisi.-ting of Li.-le Tillot.-onk lOverett Danii'ls, Milton Montgom ry and Marold Tillot.-on gave voi il .-elections.