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VOL. XVI NO. 237. HA11HK. VKKMOXT. SATURDAY. DKCKM1IKR -21. J912. PRIDE CAUSED CRUEL CRIME Japanese Woman of Noble Ancestry Killed Her Little Child AND TRIED SUICIDE TO ESCAPE CHARITY I ' TO DISCOVER CAUSE OF INFANT MORTALITY u. Lashed Child to Her Bosom and Then Pierced Its Heart With Dagger Oakland, Ca!., Dec. 21. Pride of noMa ancestry incited .Mr. Kuke Kitakauii. a Vdiinir Japanese wonum, to murder her . i. i . i . I 111 in; jinn ii.tru mi ruiiiii- tiaio. iii.ii one-year-old son and to utten.pt her f , n f , . thi fivt I P.. all.. Iiu.l llnillllil nri oh. ... un II 111(7 iii-i I"T ciiit nan i w ...v . icet of charity. lied two months ago and as sue win S. Bureau of Commerce and Labor Will Conduct a House to House Canvass Next Year. Washington, U. C, Dee. 21. In an of foit to discover the cause of the liiirlt mortality among children in tin t'nit-d States, the children's bureau of the e (iitrt incut of commerce and labor Mill liegin tlio now year with a nation-wide house to house cunvuss. The information (fathered will he care fully araimed in the hone that Home rein ed v inav Is found to overcome the mor tality, which in higher than iu most countries. Mother will he questional oncerning the housing and feeding ot their ehildren, the military conditions of the neighborhood anil other tiicstions that might lend to a discovery of t in causes of illness and death among juveniles. REID'S BODY ON WAY HOME LOUIS SAXON GUILTY. Shot and Killed the Mother of His Childcn. Hartford, Conn., Dee. 21. Louis Saxon of New Britain, who on Thanksgiving eve shot and killed Anna Speuinky, with Marked Honors Paid the Ambassador to Eng land To-dtiv AMERICAN ' FLAG FLOWN ON THE SHIP Procession from Dorchester House to Station in Lon don Was Splendid CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT 13ARRE CHURCHES without funds she was given a homo with an influential Japanese family. lushing her bahy to her own body, Mrs. Kitakami plunged a dagger inti ' its heart, and she was found bowed down before an image awaiting death, with a dagger wound in her throat. The weapon, which was a heirloom, was inscribed with a plea that it always be used in defense of the family honor. The young woman restated her, rescuers, but it is believed that she will recover, London, Dee. 21. The body of the late Ambassador Whitelaw Keid was started who he had lived for some years, was Ion its journey to the United States to day, and the highest honors were pi'id to it as it left London. The cofl'ui, ..... ..,.!.... f, V.,,.,V , . . i . 'H'nj ii'niriuni niii'inmiii, I'aninn ui Hie woman husbnnu 1 7 Q . ::. ,...,. m i... The jienalty wui was imposed Tuesday hanging. The woman was the mother of sev eral children. The couple came to t!iis country from Kussia, a number of years ago, living as man and wife. They sep arated recently, following a quarrel, the woman securing employment as clerk in a candy store. NECK BROKEN BY POLE. NOW THINK ROBBERY WAS MURDER MOTIVE Joseph H. Logue, Chicago Diamond BroTccr, Received Seventeen Stab . Wounds Besides Many Other Injuries. ' ' Chicago, Dec. 21. Every available clue wag followed by the police to-day in an endeavor to Bnd the slayersof Joseph H. I.ogiic, diamond broker, who yesterday was stabbed and beaten to death in his of fice in the McVicker theatre building in the heart of the downtown district. Much importance is attached to the arrests last night of Clyde Stratton, a former convict and a fugitive ' from the Ohio penitentiary; Edward Hamp den and two women, one claiming to be the wife of Hampden and the other the wife of "Toronto Jim". Johnson, a safe blower who is now serving a long term in the Wisconsin penitentiary. , The motive for the crime puzzled the police for a time, but to-day the police expressed the opinion that robbery bad actuated the deed. Jewels and money to the extent of $3,(100 is said to be missing. At first the revenge theory was held, because there were seven-1 teen knife wounds in l.ogue's body, be sides one bullet wound in the right shouder, acid burns in the mouth, a crushed skull and the right thumb sev ered. Stephen Doiza, a 10-year-old office boy and l.ogue's employer, found the body upon returning from lunch. He told the police of returning to the office and finding . the . shade to the front door down and the lock fastened. r. Entering with a pass key, he saw" the body of bis employer lying in. a corner and part ly covered with, a newspaper. " Bloody finger prints were found, and impressions of these prints were ob tained. A bloody rag was found: al so a phial which had contained acid. Lay Across Road In Jackson, N. H., and Was Struck by Automobile. Jackson, X. II... Dec. 21. Arthur Dins more was instantly killed yesterday while on his war to Intervale in an automo bile, but lieing struck by a telegraph pole which was blown across the road during the high wind of Thursday night. Mr. Dinsmore, accompanied by his wife and two children, were being driven to the railroad station just be fore daylight, to take the train for Boston, the lights on the automobile were working badly, and the driver did not see the pole across the road until too late to stop. The pole struck Mr. Dinsmore in the head, breaking Ins neck, and causing instant death. The other occupants escaped uninjured, . with the exception of the little girl, who was badly cut by Hying glass from the wind shield. The automobile was owned and operated by' Ellsworth Gile. placed on a gun carriage, was drawn by six horses and driven by six men of th) Royal' Horse Artillery. The Stars and Stripes was spread over the casket. As the procession started from Dor chester house to the Victoria station it was led by a squadron of Horse (iuards in bright breastplate helmets with long plumes and scarlet cloak enveloping horse and man. A hand of Scots giunl followed, and behind them came the pipers of the regiments, who alternated with the other musicians in playing the dirges. Then came the casket which was followed bv a battalion of Scots guards wearing their bearskin headdresses and carrying their rifles reversed. At the same time a battery of Horse artillery, stationed at James park, fired a salute of nineteen guns, "full navui honors were paid when the funeral pry reached Portsmouth, and when the coffin was placed aboard the cruiser Natal, the American nag was broken out on tiw mainmast. Mrs. Reid and Mr. and Mis. Ogden lieid sailed for New York on th steamship, Campania, BLAMED HIS "BUDDY." FRENCH ARE BITTER AGAINST GERMANY Because of the Unexplained Presence of a German Cableship During French Naval Maneuvers. Cherbourg, France, De 21. Much bit terness of feeling has been caused here, specially in naval circles, by the con tinued presence of the German govern ment's cableship, Gross Herzog Von lldensburg, without any ostensible reason, during a series of important blockade maneuvers now being carried out by the trench fleet. The German vessel, which has been passing in and Gypsy Accused of Shooting Bennington Man Said He Himself Was Drunk. Bennington, Dec. 31. Arguments were completed yesterday in the case cf frank tmell, the Hungarian gypsy, who is charged with shooting Orson Tinkham, a rsennington tnrmer. during an at tempted holdup near this village on Oc tober 17. Nearly the entire day was taken up with the examination of the respon dent who went on the stand in his own behalf and testified that Tinkham was shot by bis partner, a Pole by the nnma of Joe Landorf who came to Bennington with the respondent the . day of th shooting and disappeared the same night. Cinell . testified that he drank consider able during the day and was wandering about the streets of the village at the time the shooting took place. The re- TAFT TELLS THE WHY OF PANAMA VISIT Reason Is to See if the Time T Oppor tune for Establishing Ch.t Gov ernment in the Panama Zone. Jacksonville, Fla., Dee. 21. To deter- Unusually Attractive Programs Are Ar ranged for To-morrow by the Pastors and Musical Directori. In anticipation of the Christmas sea son, the pastors and musical director in the various churches of Barre have ar ranged esM-cially attractive programs for to-morrow's services, aa announced in the following: Salvation Army (apt. C. II. Brunt in charge. Mission Union Sunday School. South Barre Meets every Sunday. Italian Mission, Brook street. Sunday school at 2:45 p. in. Meeting for grown people at 4 p. in. Prayer meeting Ihurs- day at 7: ;0 p. m. ' North Barre Methodist Chapel Dea conesses in charge, Marion Wilson and Teresa Ltn von. Sunday school at It o'clock. Young people's service at 0:30. The Church of Jesus Christ of tie Lat ter Day Saints Kldcrs Dunn and Ma son. Sunday school at 11 a. m. Meet ing in the evening at 7 o'clock in paint ers' hall. All welcome. No collection. Christian Science Church Service at 10:4." a. m. Wednesday evening meet ing at 7:30. To these services all are welcome Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m 7 Summer street. St. Monica' Church- Mass at S o'clock. Children's mass at 9 o'clock ; celebrant, Kev. Fr. Oriltiu. Parish mass at 10:30 o'clock. Catechism at 3 p. m. Rosary and benediction at 4 p. m. Baptisms at 4 p. iu. ' East Barre Congregational Church Preaching service at 10:30; topic, "The Glad Tidings of Christmas." Young peo ple are especially invited to this service, Sunday school at 11:4.7 o'clock. Chris tian Endeavor service at 7 p. m. Swedish Mission at Foresters' hall John Bjork, pastor.' Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preaching service at 7 p. m. Christmas day services at ." : :10 a. iu. and 7 p. m. Christmas tree and program for the Sunday school. All Scandinavians are invited. Spiritualist Meeting Mrs. C. F. Allyn of Boston will lecture in G. A. K. hall, Montpelier, Sunday at 2:30 and 7:30; subjects taken from the audience men tal reading. This being her last Sunday with us, all come. Berlin Congregational Church Rev. Frank Rlomlield, pastor. At 10:43 a. m., Christmas service; special music; ser mon by the pastor on ''Let Us Now Go to Bethlehem." Noon, Sunday school; Bible, adult and graded classes. 7:30 p. m., young people's meeting. First Presbyterian Church, Granite ville Morning service at 10:30; sub ject, "The Birth of Christ.'' Sunday school at 11:43. Gaelic service at 2 p. m.; subject, "No Room in the Inn." The children's Christinas service will be held at 7:30 p. m. Christmas tree Tuesday evening iu the church hall. COULDN'T WAIT FOR POLICE So Minister Killed Negro Entering His Home at Memphis.- Tenn. ' , . i FIRST TELEPHONED FOR ASSISTANCE As Necro Had Entered Be fore Police Arrived. Rev. R. F. Kirkpatrick Fired Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 21.i-When Rev, R. F. kirkpatrick, a Pret-byterian min ister, discovered a negro burglar was nt- The reading room is open tempting to enter the Kirkpatrick liome enny ro-uay. lie leicpnoueii me pvnii-, armed himself with a revolver and took up his position at the head of 'the st-vr way. Before the police arrived, the negro had gained an entrance and the minister fired, killing the burglar instantly. ASYLUM PATIENT KILLED BY A TREE Fred Sharpe, Highly Educated but a Moral Imbecile, Victim cf an Ac cident in Duibury. Waterburv, Dec. 21. Fred Sharpe. aged 42 years and for many years a pi- tient in the state insane asylum, a killed yesterday- afternoon while .'hop ping in the woods, being struck by a falling tree. The accident happened in in Duxbury, where Sharpe will another patient and two attendants was , en gaged in cutting down trees. SharH was not an experienced chopper, but hj insinted on handling an axe and failed to get out of the way when the tree fell. Sharpe was admitted to the asylum ten vears ago and after a short stav m released, only to ha returned in PNI3, since which time lie has been a steady patient. A few years ago he was plnivd iu charge of the hospital grounds, end had become an efficient caretaker, being considered so trustworthy that Supt. Grout had promised him that if he con tinued to do as well he would pay him BLACK-FACE ARTISTS C.OOD Kept Audience in Laughter at CUn G$; don Fair Last Night. Tim attendance last night at the t'ii:d session of the Clan Gordon fair at thcr hall iu the Holster building excee IcJ that of other of the preceding evening-, and it leaves but little diul.t in the minds of the fair roiiimitUe that the event will be recorded as the most m eessful in the annals of Man -Gordon. La-t evening's entertainment was 'ir verted into a one-act minstrel show. '1 ho performers in minstrelsy eontprivl iimnv urtisls Hell known ill local talent circles and from the raising of the cur tain until the property hands closed t pi- state the aiti-ts Indulged m endless laiiiditer at the antics of the black-fucd artists and the well-directed jests of If.e jokesmiths. Strewn along through I he circles were vocalists, who rendered ap pealing solos during the resting perhHls of the end man. Wiliam Hurry acted as interlocutor for the perforrane(.aiid the eflicu-nt manner in which he direilcd minstrels was well worthy of approba tion. The progrum of the show was follows: Opening chorus:' "Take Me to the Cabaret," Alfred hd wards; -uown by the Old Mill Stream, " Miss I -an Sheriffs; "Just as Father Used to Do," Ronald Gauld; "Sing Ale to Sleep," John Wvllie; "I'm the Guv." Gilbert Phillips; That Slippery Glide." John Duncan; "Moonlight Bay," Mi Barbara McDon ald. The ca-te of the show consisted of the following: Bones, Ronald Gauld, William Craig ami James Duncan; tainho, Gil bert Phillips, William 1-eith and Alfred f.dwards; circle. .Misses Alice vtaiKT, Margaret Walker, Margaret Sheriff, Margaret Johnston, Barbara McDonald, leanne Sherd's and Mrs. Alex, hd wards, W. Codings, Joseph Collings. Alex. Wal ker, William Black and John Wyllie. The program to be presented to-nilit as follows: piano duet, Mis-es K.lla Williams mid Mary Walker; vocal olo, John Angus; musical sketch. Alfred 1'd wordt; vocal duct, Miss Annie Robertson and George Mackav. Dancing followed the minstrel show last night until mid night. Riley's orchestra furnished music for the dancing. Dancing will he in or- ler after to-night s program. OXK CENT. 'I AM SO GLAD TO SEE YOU" Declared Pres.-Elect Wilson When Brvan Arrived For Call To-dav CABINET PORTFOLIO SUPPOSED SUBJECT However. Wilson Had Pre viously Declared No An- nouncement Until March TO BE MARRIED THIS EVENING. Miss Sibyl Wright of Montpslier To Be Bride of Chicago Man. . Miss Sitfyl Wright, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. Edward Wright of Mont pelier, is to be married at her home this evening at eight o'clock to Stanley Gale Eaton of Chicago, formerly of Mont- pelier, the father of the bride officiating, assisted by Rev. Ward R. Clarke of the Montpeber l tntarian cliurcli. I lie groom to be is the son of F. L, Eaton of Sioux City, 1 formerly cashier of the First National Bank of Montpelier. The couple are to reside in Chicago, leaving for that city on the midnight train. l.ast evening Miss Wright gave a it- 10 a month and that next soring tie tie dinner party to her maid of honor, mine if the time is opportune for estab- ',r rresoyterwB cnurcn uuncaii l 1 c"' vnlvpr found in his stock inc f'mpll sqil belonged to Landorf and was given him 'the president to the audience that greet- after the shooting. RUTLAND PLAYER SIGHS. George Walsh to Be With Boston Red Sox Next Summer. Boston, Dec. 21. George Walsh, th Fall River outfielder secured by the Re I Sox last fall and who hopes to break up the great trio of outer gardeners of the world's champion team, has sent his signed contract to Secretary-Treasurer Robert B. McCoy. Walsh's home is in Rutland, Vt., and he is one of the few player who will leave this city for Hot Springs about March 1. lishing civil government in the Panama canal zone, is the purpose of President Taft's trip to the isthmus. The prvi detit made this announcement in speech here last night which was in cluded in the hour he and his party stopped en route to Key West. "You may think I could ascertain this as well in Washington but I don't know." said the president. "At any rate, I am going and 1 expect to is:i'e the order creating the new government in the zone if I find conditions warrant it." Yesterday's visit was the first Presi dent Taft has made to Florida since he became, the nation's chief executive. He now has visited every state in the union since he became president with the ex ception of North Dakota and Oklahoma. Senator Fletcher of Honda introduced Imond, pastor. Morning service at might go to Connecticut to visit hU aged mother, who is in a home there. Sharpe s case was peculiar. He was a highly educated man, having been ,Vadiiated from the university of cr 10:S0; subject, ' The SwpottJIt of Hirmn4"nt, later taking a master degree at me same insiiiunon ami men oeing en gaged in high school teaching in varinlli places in Vermont. However, be 'vs afflicted with kleptomania and had an irresistible impulse at times to steal. He was characterize:! by the hospital pin-sir cians as a moral imbecile. Kindness.: At T p. m. the subject of the address will be "The Best Things I Have Seen in Barre and Other Things.'' John Angus will sing in the evening. "And the Trumpet Shall Sound," from Handel's "Messiah.'' Prayer meet ing Thursday at 7::i0 p. m. Baptist Church, Websterville Robert L. Caster, pastor. Morning service at 10:3d; Christinas sermon. Bible school at 11:30. Junior meeting at 3 p. in., seniors at 0:20 p. in. Evening service at 7 o'clock. Regular prayer and praise meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Tho fhriatmns entertainment will be held on Tuesday evening, Dec. 24. at j appointment 7:.')0 o clock, ADMITS HE'S A CANDIDATE. Thomas W. Maloney Would Be United States District Attorney. Rutland. Dee. 21. Thomas W, Mo loney of this city is a candidate for tho of United States district Mothers are requested to j "ttorney for the state of Vermont. This bring the bahie of the cradle roll. Concert at Methodist Church. At the Methodist ' church 'to-morrow evening will be given a Christinas roll out of the port since the beginning ft cert, with the following program: the week, took up its position last night opposite the principle fort. The French admiral commanding the port sent a naval officer to request the commander of the German vcsel either to put to sea or come into the public, harbor. The German captain chose the latter course. The incident has been re ported to the Grench minister of the marine. FEWRISEURG MAN DROPPED DEAD. Opening Chorus, "The Birthday of Our King. Prayer Paster Recitation. "Merry Christmas" ' lYoetor Ma-tin Doll Song I la Jours Recitation, "Just a Little Good Will"' ed him here last night in the Shriners temple, It was the first speech the pres ident has made since he left Washing ton on bis present trip and was but a few minutes in length. The president, in his speech, praised Jacksonville's efforts to build municiiiiil docks and said that the question of mu nicipal functions was a serious one. "They are finding it so in New York," ho said, "for she is beginning to suffer because she did not make the outliy years ago to acquire property for -Jocks and wharves." iiact nas oen rumored lor several divs wSK.J0h0thvaI:,"itrEP C?t,,, C T ' tl-t ins friends had been active iu h-s Webstcmlle-U. J. M. Beattie, rect.r Mm,f n( hh ,li!)ap , , Iw. sides bis. usual work he is retained by FORMER RUTLAND MAN ASSAULT VICTIM Elias Baroody Is Still Unconscious and Therefore Unable to Give Rich mond, Va., Police Any Clue. Richmond. Va., Dec. 21 While search ing for a possible motive for the crime, detectives have made interesting dis coveries when they iiegan prouing the private life cf Klias Baroody, Syrian confectioner, aged 4(. who was murder- John Burnham Was Buying Ticket for Trip on Train. Ferriobing, N. Y., Dec. 21. John Burn liam of Feriisburg Center dropped des I yesterday morning at the railway sta tion at Ferrisburg while purchasing a ticket. After the body bad been view-d : ' . i... .u ....!....:.: . i . . Recitation . .., ,.- will itin It l Ylff OrOIIOl IU ' ;IP undertaking rooms of Harvey Ketchm of Vergeimes. Mr. Burnham was over Ml r.ar. .it" a , ,, .-, . . 11 . .' . - . . n w ... .,, a ir-Firni n,r -i fi i - 40 Tears of Frnkhnro ml,r. I.. . rL- ll oung ,'at his trade as wheelwright. He is sur-i. '!. xixnl by a wife, one Mn. Ktiifrne. .f,',. '. .. North 1 errisl.urir and on. ,l.,.1,.-r Mr. "cvitauon George loir. of Rochester. N. Y. He; was a niemlN-r of the Methodist Kpi-ro-j'sl church of Ferrisburg. Recitation. "Legend of Santa Clau.'' Duet, "Jolly Old St. Nicholas" Clifton Morse, I.yndal Watt Exercise, "A Christmas Story" Wilbur Johnson, Harold Blackmore. Lewis Veale. I.eon Cumniings. Lyndal Lel ourveau. Stanley Shores, Fred Bruce, Ralph Patch. Chorus. "On to Bethlehem." Exercises. "Little Candles" Leone Cof fin, Dorothy Suitor, Da bury .Iohnn Duet, "The Wondrous Birth" . I . . Madeline Camp. I.vndal Iel:ourv-a!i . . Kvanceln e Maker Recitation. "Santa dans". Emily DixI'.-l' Fxerci-e. "Christmas Is Coming'' Clara 1 jib lis-, Dorothy Shores. Gloria Dorothy Bv Florence Leon dimming 1 onsly assaulted early Thursday in bis AMBASSADOR ANDERSON ARRIVES. United StMes Representative to Jiosa Is at Seoul, Korea. Sen-il. Korea. IVr. . Er. Ander son, the newly a')Hilntei Amerxsn um- to Japan, arrive-1 here ith ife to-night. Ther were met at 5 Manger Christ Was Born"1 Herbert Ankc ?ving. "Little Stars" Selene VeaV, Floirnce Sott. IWothy S:ritor. '! Jones. Clara l-v. lo-. H.-rrnce ("u! IwrWn. I.loiia Yming. lnrr,t'iy Boyce. Dorothy Miores. Exert i-e. "The Winter t hild" Marion Anker. Eunice Eager. Iwri Et mni. Corinne Ki-tmsn. l.eb llstht waj. Marion -Ichnson. Sonc." "iling Bountiful !V11" Crl le Suitor. I.xndal leh.nirvean, Stanley Shores. Ralpli Tstrh. IwU !. lUroll I'.Uikmore. I-na l iimm ris. Kred Bruee, Stephen Spencer. Wilbur I n-w. A Real Grandma" t ar!vW Suitor store on North Second street. Revenge tor real or fancied wrongs and not robbery may have been the motive that led some one srinnl with hatchet to crush his skull, slash bis face anl beat him into insensibility. It develops that Baroody obtained a divorce here in 1010 from bis wife on the gniund that she deserted him in Manchester, N. H. It also develops that bis real name is Lewis M. Baroodv. Evening praver and sermon at 2:30 o'clock. Sunday school at 1 :30. Christ mas tree and exercises on Christmas eve, Tuesday, in the vestry of the church. All parents and friends are invited to attend. On Clurstnias day there will be a service in the church at 3 p. in. No service on Thursday. The Church of the Good Shepherd W. J. M. Beattie, rector. Holy com munion at 8 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30. Sunday school at 11:50. Evening prayer end sermon at 7 o'clock. All children who expect to take part in the Christinas exereist, are asked to be at Sunday school. On Christ mas day the services will be: Holy communion at 8 a. m. Holy communion with short address, at 10 a. m. All com municants are expected to commune on Christmas day. Universalist Church John B. Reardon. minister. Preaching service at 10:30. Subject. "Some Lessons Drawn from Christmas." Bible study at .11:45; sub ject, "Christmas Lesson." Devotional meeting of the Young People's Christian union in the vestrv at 6; subject. Christmas Customs Past and Present." Preaching service at 7; subject. "A .Tn eial Review of the Sermons on the Ex cellencies of Different Churches." Tues day evening a supper will be served in the vestry for the teachers and pupils iu the Sunday school. This will be fol lowed by Christmas exercises and dis tribution of presents. No Thursday evening meeting next week. First Baptist Church George II. Holt, pastor. Preaching service at 10:.IO a. m. ; subject. "The Sign of Christ." Sun day school at 12. Christian Endeavor at 6 p. in.; subject. "What the coming of the Rutland railroad, the Delaware & Hudson railroad, the Rutland Railway Light Jt Power company and other cor porations. Prominent Democrats in this city and vicinity were unanimous yesterday iu the opinion that the chances of the Rut land attorney were exceedingly bright. He has never held any federal office or any other appointive oflice at the hands of the Democratic party. He represent ed the city of Rutland in the legislature 22 years ago. other men mentioned for the ofiice include Elsha May of St. Johnsbury, V. A. Bollard of Burlington and John II. Senter of Montpelier, Miss Rebecca Wright, who is her sister; to her bridesmaid, Miss Dorothy eaton, of Sioux City; and the member of the. Clover club of Montpelier. TALK OF THE TOWN - Mrs. J. E. Rember of Jamestown, N. Y., arrived in the city last night to spend a fortnight with relatives. Adelbcrt Ijibree of St. Vincent, P. Q., arrived in the city lust night for an ex tended visit with relatives. Santa Claus advance agent says: "Join the Christmas Savings club at the Barre Savings Bank & Trust company." Mr. Marion Ladcait returned this morning to her home in Burlington, after a week's visit with friends in the it.v. Miss Eunice Joyce of Attleboro, Mass., was a visitor in the city yesterday on her way to Morrisville to spend the holi days. ' A daughter, who has been named Nat alie, was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Wright of 101 Prospect street. Joseph DeGave'reau. who has been vis iting relatives in Websterville for the past ten days, left this morning for his home near I roi Kivers, r. I). '..Ttcnton, N. J., Dec. 21. William Jen nings Hryan called ipon President-elect Wilson's at the State .House here to day. , "I am sogJad to see you," was Gov ernor Wilson's greeting to the visitor. When met at tlw train, Mr.. Brya declined to say just what the subject of discussion with the president-elect would be nor did he know how Jony the conference would last. Whether Mr. Bryan will be appointed to any portfolio, the president-elect let it be" known last night, will not be definitely known until a few days be fore inauguration. He said thut very likely he would not make a single an nouncement of , importance until abemt March 1. "Scattering announcements will be foolish," he said, "even if I had them to make. I'll wait until , pretty Jete. The time will depend " somewhat on the number of written communication received. All these letters recommend ing individuals for office are being grouped and will be taken up separate- ' '' . Mr. Wilson indicated that' he would not feel at liberty to make final de cision until the merits of all possible: candidates had been set forth to him- "What I am sincerely trying to do,"' he added, "is to see the field of choice and try to get as many, opinions as possible thr.t are worth while." The president-elect like'.vise made ' it clear that though gossip', may be heard far and wide, he would main tain a policy of silence and '-nothing; would be definitely established ' until he had made the announcement ..over his own signature Mr. Wilson was asked if he believed he would encounter any difficulty in getting the men desired for cabinet portfolios to accept. It had been sug gested to him that in-the case of the attorney jeiierlbiy, noted , lawyer .. often had been reluctant to leave their ' practice, and that for this reason the candidacy of many able men was nob pushed by teir friends. "That has not been my experience thus far," replied the governor with ft smile. "I've asked some people and they have been quite ready witlntheir names." ONLY ONE WAS HELD. Respondent Was H. M. DeCelle, Wfcila Asa F. Baldwin Was Released. II. M. DeCelle, who pleaded not guilty to a charge of furnishing intoxicating, liquor in city court yesterday forenooM, appeared before Judge 11. W. Scott m the afternoon and was held for examina. tion in the March term of Washington county court. At a late hour last night the young man was released, after fur niahfng bail in the sum of $500. Grand Bradley P. Smith, who has been visit-Minor Hugh H. Carpenter conducted tW prosecution and during tne preliminary heard. Barre Bowlers Easy Winners. Last evening at the Buzzell bowling alleys the Barre Athletic club team bad an easy time disposing of a Montpelier team that termed themselves the "Ever Readies,", capturing the three string. The feature of the evening's work was tho performance of Mariotta. who took the high three-string total and also took the high single honors. His three string totaled 3o0 and his high single amount ed to 115. Note also of tb,e Barre team was the second high Imwler of the evening. Coming to this country some years Christ has done and will do for the ago, Iwirooly settled in Rutland. t.. world." At 7 p. ni.. the annual Cbrist wbere. in lSliii, he w as married to Hilary I ms concert by the Sunday school. At .labour. Five vears later he moved "to j both the morning and evening servb-es. Manchester, where he found employ ment in a machine shop. The "other man made his appear- Albans. Ep worth league at fl; elose promptly at H:30; subject. "Christmas, the Highest Expression of Truth." The annual Christina concert at 7 on "The Birthday of the Savior." The fact that it is under the direction of Mrs. Lebonr veau and Mrs. Wishart guarantees its success. The program will be found else where in the paper. ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Smith of West Patterson street, returned to day to Boston, where he is employed. John A. Kurtz, a member of the facul ty at Goddard seminary, left this fore noon for his home iu Dunkirk, Pa., where he will remain until after the holidays. Miss Marie G. Wells, a teacher iu the public schisils of Danville, is passing t ic holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. Wells, of Merchant street. William T. Maiden, a student at the university of Vermont, Burlington, ar rived in the city last night to pass the holidays at bis home on Merchant street. Tuesday night being the eve of a legal holiday, all union barber shops in the city will be open until 10 o'clock. On the following day all shops will remain closed. examination, one witness was . The latter, a youth of 15 years, testified to drinking whiskey which the respond ent had flirnisliotL DeCelle. he stated, was employed as a motorman or jon ductor by the Barre A Montpelier Tra? tion Co., and it was while a passenger oi one of the company's cars that he hud been treated bv the car man. The case against Asa F. Baldwin, em ployed on the same car, and charged with a similar offense, was nol prosseiL Baldwin was represented bv R., A. Hoar. Previously he had been held to oppcar at the hearing in the sum of $.00. Merte W. Clark, said to be one of tho numerous holiday shoppers that tbronirefl the streets yesterday, was orrcsted by Chief of Police Sinclair on Main street Miss Maywood Robertson of Thomas land taken to the police station on an in- street, accompanied by her friend, Miss (race tarroll of " Bristol, is expected home Tuesday to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents. .The vesper service , at tha Congress-; tional church Sunday at 4 p. m. will be the Christums service. There will be special music and a short address ap propriate to' the season; subject. "Mes sages from the Poets: 'The Angels' Song." bv Edmund H. Sears."' All are cordially invited.,. toxication charge. When arraigned be fore Judge Scott last night, the respond ent entered a pica of guilty and wts fined 5 and cost of .'t.lo! which in pa ill. Clark is a resident of Willinns1 -town. The night session .of court wi arranged to accommodate Clark, w! o told the police that nine new milch .-ov s in the barn att home would Ite uneasy if he did not appear at chore time. Bail of 500 was iip-nihed by Mm. Mary luattropani of Third street t.- secure ner release until, tne .March te' i special music will be rendered by a i large fatll,.r- ,ay. 12 m.. Sunday school; the Cards have been received in Barre an nouncing the marriage of Miss Mabel M. of Washington count v court, when Jamieson of New York, a former resident U, ill be arraigned on a charge of mdlb-j. of Barre. to William .1. Driscoll, which j The woman was arrested Wednesday It took place in St. Paul's cliurcli. Balti-jofi.er Ororge K. Carle on a warrant i Congregational Church-J. W. Barnett, " , . if. 1,,u ' " sm-l "v the grand uror. Her ease v .s ... . . 'Jo clock. After a short weddinit trip. Mr. ,.,,, i,.,l until thi. forenoon, when , :,e and Mrs. Driscoll w ill make their home ' nivtl examination, in Baltimore. j Sessions at wldard seminary ended ! pastor. 10:30 a. in., worship and ser mon; subject, "A Pilgrim Who Stayed at Home a sermon appropriate to r ore- Tuesday j VP)(.r(l. mihjei t. "Messages from the Po ' "nl ""lets: -The Angels' Song'" (Edmund H. ly disappeared. In his deo-j school and congregation. Thursday even- j.ja mnie iwore that she eloped with! ing at 7 .30, prayer meeting; subject. I "What th losepn itsroouy. HCTrosperv oi wife Baroodv re-' Prospects of tl at noon to-day for the annual Christmas vacation of ten days. Outgoing trains wore filled throughout the day with stu t w.,4 ...... ; .. t l......! i.t A Christmas service, with spe- , " - .." .."-. .!.... I p. !., . T t. K.; topic, -.i.i - :ii k ' , ' th rninino nt I ttr nt lis tlsiiioa ' " i and will do for the world." Luke 1 :T-7'J. ! ,'"'-r 31. Thursda v. ! Sears 1. ' :3 p. in., midweek meeting; PLAIXFIELD. 1st ii bv I on-nl (General I -eor-r H Sri.ln.enr and staff, by the t'nited State ; Ker .UIK-n ni'Ute and hi- representative c f J frnor neral Trmhi. AmbasviJ v '"If Vnn Il.l a thj.rtr'' xf Mi. An.!erii will remain here Ttr bn:s. "S JiepHer Were Wthir,ff tin-tay and lwn gn t Kioto, wtere ' Kemjrks bv the it"r. Kev. T. choir. I he musical program found elsewhere in the pam-r. a nee soon anerwani, and in urtooer, evening at i :.. I nrisimas tree PM4. according to Ibirooilv, both he andrerrises in the i bun h for the Sunday Mrs. Barood nt ion lie swore his distant cousin. Joseph Rsroodv. 1 "Ri-trospi-rt of the Old Year and After losing his wife Baroodv re-! Prospects of the New turned to Kimami. remaining mere sev- Heddins Methodist Episcepal Church tnnie. "What I the Child. like Snuit .1... eil years. He then came to R;chinnd. y y, Newell, pastor. Morning wot- praise.1:" Mark 10; 13-27 : Luke 2 :2i- , . , ... It was at first supposed that P-- 1 ship at 10:.f0; order of w rv ice- Vol- H. The music for the morning will in- "r' " ' ,- 'el. in ill- rood's assailants re robters. hut the i ,7,,irv "A 1,rinia I'ann'- bvnn ' . I...l. i wv,...... 1.-...1 - , t ongregational rhureh Sunday momma finding of -several hundred dollars injUJ. prayer; anthem. "Sing and Kejo'iee." j Mei kel ; rami. "W hen the Sun Had Snuk!on rvo""t of the pairs in progress t-n j H"th the bri le and gr.m are pop the More to-.Iv dissiosted this theory.i. K. Wilson, respon-ive leading; solo. , to Rest." old English imH: two.homses. 1 -'iisiii rnunii -Ihe .Angel .vjefca:re. vt. .. tt uiis , o).rano nTtjiii-tii and a bass solo from (Miss I's tt.rs4.nl ; announcements and ' Handel "Messiah"; ml in solo, nelmted ; roilei-tion; duet. t hntm." Scbelley , organ. "wthie March." Salome. M the I Mrs. .ler n and Mis Anna Robertson ; reaper "ervioe will he renderd: thgan. short sermon. "The Little Pane of the ! "Jubilate 1 V-o." Silver: vmlm and orcan. GLIDDEN BRUCE. Weil-Known Barre Young People K.-r-ricd This Morning. The marriage of J. NcNon tflidden . il Mi-s Helen P.rm-e o.'Ciirre.l this mon r. ; at U:4. at the Bsptist psronage, J". v Heorge H. I loll performing the e -r -mony. The bride wore a traveling t't of taupe, with a bat to match, trim isl with olrirh feathers. A frf-qiient slier at the store in recent months a omsn. the police have learned, and they are now seeking hel lo see if she ran shed any light on the rase. A Wtter, in Syrian. Parnodv' effects bears of A. Kali! A Pro- i."3 Elm street.' MtH-betr. M has not been deriphered, young w pie of this city, (he bride In ; employed as pi.-:Ti-t at Dreamland t jtie an.1 the grxn as a tl sharp. A regular me,-tig e.f the Parte bran, h j Y'"! T I u .: i of the .i. C I. A. of A. will M held inJ. Mr-""', Mr', !,""p" ,''!, OB V..1 Cunite Catters I. A. of A. M i. . ",. , ' ' ", " . , train for a wedding trip through Ue hail Monday erenmg. Ieremtier . . ,,, , . , ' , , i . r -VWl . .... ..... .. -i. chu-etts anl l.ho,le Gl.nl and on tonnd among ivthlehem Manger Has tieooroe the -Ave Maria. Itarh4unod: anthetns- the k-tternead , M-ghtiest Kinit of the - ; solo. "The f aim oa the Iji.teni.iir Ear of it-ht " : t,on of officer. Story of the tTihst tbiIJ" ( N irhotaa j Mannrv : A way in a Manger." knirht : I I n rumione re-T,lare Hell' I ntone deg Vealei; arthem. -I.h.ry to kI." I S. "AeireU from the Realms of f.lri.")i S.alrI!ini iHianih di lUrrel ilwj iU nni thrittmas. eiL t.!l w:i.neiou. Barixs'v lis been I lrenr; tnedntion. Snnday hi-d atlShelley: orran. "Choru of Shej.jerd." ; l.n-o iw'An sal We to grt the police no informatHtn lit leMn rcisting to Citristma. Barre I len.men. Mr. Miria Bruce, vxdiAitt, LtmacX k.t last Sunday m the fx'iitest with t. will a"ift at both aervkr. di Mile. iu M ttonald. frecretarr. Weter Fore:st. Fair to n c?it and Sne.Uy: mis h f '. er to-night; moderate curth t vet w inlt.