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THE BARME DAILY TIME
VOL. XVIII-NO. 105. I3ARRE, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 19U. PRICE, ONE CENT. HUERTA MAY NEVER GET FREE Open Threats Have Been Made to Stop His Flight HIS WIFE WORRIED AT HIS DELAY ico City and establish thir government without further bloodshed or damage to property Carranza was unable to aay whether these negotiations would be conducted through the A. B. C. mmliatora or direct with' the federal. Unconditional aur render, however, will be tha only condl tion on which the negotiations will be successful. "The resignation of ITuerta and th substitution of Carbajal In itself will not cause the constitutionalists to com promise, on a single point, the principles upon which the movement was founded," tarrarua said. "If the government ma chinery through which those ends may be obtained is not surrendered volunta rily by the party of Huerta, It will be obtained by fop-e. Becauso -of the effort to make the in stallation of t ho constitutional govern ment a peaceful one, Carranza said he expected it probably would be a month before he entered -Mexico Lit jr. in view of the situation facing Car Women Already at Puerto KrZfSj Mexico Anxiously Await Their Husbands I to Mexico that such pared for. troops City to preserve order, and a situation was being pre' FEDERAL EVACUATION OF GUAYMAS ENDED Puerto Mexico. July 17. Jamaica is the port most frequently mentioned aboard the foreign ships as the destina- Provisional Government Has Been Es- tion of General Huerta, although all ad mitted the final choice of the place of refuge lay with the overthrown provi ' aional president, who is due her to-day. Huerta is said to have mentioned that port to his friends. Mrs. Huerta and a number of women in her party spent the night on the Brit ish cruiser Bristol. Huerta, on his leisurely journey to this port, passed the night at Tierr Blanca. The state of Vera Cruz center district is over-run by small bands of revolutionists who have boasted that they will never let Huerta reach the coast. Huerta's failure to hasten his exit from the country caused some worry on the part of his wife, while Senora rsia ouet. whose husband is with his old ehi( was frightened into hysterics by the de lay. The coming of the refugees was so well guarded that when the train pulled in hardly a resident of the town knew anything about it. There has been no demonstration of any kind. It is well understood also that the foreign war ships are prepared to render such serv ice as ia necessary to mke the depar established and Order Is Restored. Aboard the California, Mazatlan, July 17. The federals' evacuation of Guay- mas is complete. The last of the gar rison, long hemmed in by the constitu tionalist forces,, embarked southward, with their horses and accoutrements in six steamers and four towing schooners. A provisional government has been es tablished and order prevails throughout the city. Heavy fighting is reported at Acapulco, where the three factions, the Mexican forces constitutionalists and federals and the Zapatistas, have become em CUT PORTRAIT WITH CLEAVER Suffragette Struck Thomas Carlyle's Picture Sev eral Times STRUGGLED HARD WHEN CAPTURED Her Effort Caused Much Damage to Millais Work WOMAN'S SKULL LAID OPEN WITH AXE TRAINS HIT . AT CROSSING Louis D. Pelkey of Fair Haven Will Ba Held in Connection With Case Pending Outcome of His Wife's Injuries, Rutland, July 12 Louis D. Pclky of Six Fair Haven, a moulder, is in the lockup there on a technical charge of assault which may be changed to one more serious if his wife, whom he is alleged to have struck with an axe Wednesday night, should die. The chances of the woman's recovery are slight, according ONLY TWO OF DEAD to the attending physician, Dr. R. Lape The consumption of a pint bottle of whiskey and a quantity of beer robbed i'elkey ot Ins sense and filled him with rage he says, and, his mind is a blank from the time he drank the liquor until his daughter, Miss,' Belle I'elkey, entered the house at six o clock Wednesday even ng and found her jnirher with the hus band standing over her .with an'axe, The woman was bleeding profusely and waa unconscious until yesterday ' noon when she regained consciousness, A physician was immediately sum moned but an effort was made to conceal the matter from the authorities. Mrs. Pelkev waa found to have been struck wice wth the . blade of the axe, a glanc1 ing blow in the head and the other blow lem-inir n ounitiLT wonnrt stAi-tinty at the forehead and extending over the top of morning at Fairmont Crossing, three the back of the head. The latter blow miles away. Only two of the dead have MORE THAN MILLION PUT INTO AUTOS Killed and Score In jured Near Nor . folk, Va. ARE IDENTIFIED Coal Train Was Struck by an Electric Train of Two Cars Norfolk, Va., July 17. Six people were killed and a score were injured in a col lision between an electric train on the Virginia Passenger A. Power Co. and a coal train on the Virginian railroad this London, July 17. A militant suffra gette to-day slashed with a butcher's cleaver the portrait of Thomas Carlyle, painted by Sir John Millais end hanging n the Xational Portrait Gallery. The woman was arrested after a severe t niggle with the attendants, and at the police station gave her name aa Anne had produced a serious concussion of the boon identified li i j r i a v I Hunt. She succeeded in striking the pic- . ? ... "P"" ,our. ",cm"8 OI. V"e At the Virginian railroad crossing, the ture several times before the nearst at- H,KU ' "a no1 eaea fracture o u e L . . . , tendant could reach her." Tim glass cov- -" Dr. Lape. said that he thought it trainmen saj, the gates were down and ormrv t ho mz-turn uai maihri and fl """ m " ' wiium ic I'""' " - ; - i n slit made in the. picture from the top of "!. to My whether the woman would when the electric train crashed through Carlvles head to the chin. VThe woman's hyl. or . ' . hf "nd into the - e hanHs were aeverelv cut. hvr hreakinir the matter was nurea up to some ex- "ic irin 8 vinrl u. " '. glass. tent by immediate members of the fain- coaches, which crumpled up, and the pas- t1ir kut ,..,a.,,,i,. n,.... ., 1 seitirerH tt'pr hemmpii in the wreckage. T7 li TI--1.1 A i 1 I J I UQI , Blirniwn I . "O"' I""H"W nnu8i a K..a. Sheriff John H. Pollev hpard of it nd London, July 18. Mrs. tmeline l'ank- went to the house to arrest Pelkev. He hurst, militant siiffrnffette Ipsdpr. who .:-.. . : iv. ..... WUKLiflljlUH 1UUK1S1S V KVAU broiled over the possession of the seaport had tn out of jail only a . few days, todv of a brolhex, but later took him to Blan- VZTa k J 'Tb was arrested again last night and taken the lock up, where the prisoner passed ief, r'i u . 1a 1 flLLVn HoIloWttv jail- he was released July the night. Relatives of the woman, who 11 on a lour riaya' license ana since i8 Pelkev's second wife, came to the city had been staying in a nursing home. late yes'terdav afternoon and informed It had been widely advertised that State's Attorney B. L. Stafford of the af- she would address a meeting Visit miral Howard, commanding . the Pacific lleet, has dispatched the cruiser Chatta nooga to aid the cruiser Cleveland in protecting foreign interests. Eastern and Southern Parts State and Are Entertained. of Rutland, July 17. The 25 members of the Burlington Merchants association who are 011 a better acquaintance tour STRONGER INDICT- of the I fair. The state'a attorney after learninsr k. a..mnKiio rr,iA . i-.in virw L- women's social and political union in of the arrest of th man decided to go to yesterday and about 75 Rutland men Holland park ha I last night and the Fair Haven this morning and investigate attended the luncheon at the Bardwell ponce iiau mnae ciaooraie arriingemcnis tne case. . .1 ..,i,.h ih.v u. ..M.in.H Fnr TVTENT ANTICIPATED t0.inter7pt hr v J Te,kpy h9 not been.working for three minute were devoted to speaking, iUIi X 11 "v;U iixuiy A cordon of officers was thrown about da va and it is said that rliirimr th. time tr v n,.i, nt k- Itlif linuap in n'hirh ho U' atrmninfr Atll.l.A 1 . :ln.. . I ...rr...,. - - - i nc una uri'Il Ul J11KII11; LU rircRN. IH Kilt tuntl Kminaia I una nainniarinn nra. ture of the ex-president, his relatives or To Be Brought Against Mrs. Carman as 8 o'clock a motor ambulance drew up ga id to have a good reputation in Fair sidinir. There were remarks, expressions a. i i- a... - I lAiitaMn anil a fnm minulaa lata a nvn. I 11 . I . I . ' naven, as a law-amamg citizen, vv nen of views for the uplift of Vermont, by ne was arresvea ne anowea signs ot re- four speakers. A severe thunder show morse, and declared that the attack was cr somewhat interfered with the after- entirely due to liquor. The man has re- noon's program, friends free from anv unpleasantness Captain Fanshaw of the British cruis er Bristol does not know whether the honor of conveying the Huerta family out of Mexico is to be his, but it is gen erally assumed that it will be. His in structions are to afford asylum In case of trouble and notwithstanding the fact that no trouble has occurred, Senora Huerta, Senora, Blanquet and the other women decided to accept the proner of his hospitality. Captain Erich Koler- of the Dresden also has orders to place his boat at the disposal of Huerta and Blanquet, who are now on their way here, but he pro fesses to be equally ignorant of the serv ices of which he is called on to perform As a matter of the fact these will de pend largely on the ex-president, and it Is believed he will accept the offer to Result of Evidence Just Discovered. Mineola, L. 1., July 17. Xotwithstand- ing that manslaughter in the first de gree was said to have been agreed upon outside and a few minutes later a pro cession left the house headed by a body guard with clergymen and doctors, fol lowing them came Mrs. Pankhurst on a stretcher .accompanied by several nurses. As the suffragette was placed in the tained W. H. Preston as counsel, and Mr. i'reston has advised the state'a at ambulance two detectives sprang in with torney that his client will waive exami- The speakers were ex-Gov, John A, Mead, who touched upon the state's re sources, Max L. Powell, who explained hv the X-ian pnnntv p-rntid inrv airainst i i ,1. I j v.'- ,r L j . " -"'' sources, ,nax u, roweii, wuo explained by the assau county grand jury against her and another seated himself beside nation, and be bound ovsr to the next the purpose of the trin James P Taylor Mrs. Florence Carman for the death of Lv, tu,, wn. L t..h..i . . . PurPOBC o me inp, tiames r. isyior, Mrs. Florence Carman for the death of Mrs. Louise Bailey, it was reported ty day that the prosecuting authorities hoped that a stronger superceding indict ment might be returned later on the ba sis of new evidence. The evidence was said to have been discovered yesterday while the man slaughter charge was being decided upon. The present indictment waa expected to be handed up in court this afternoon. the anver. then before tlie. bodyguard term of Rut and county court. Th man realized wnai naa nappenen. Airs. i ana- and wife are middle-aged. hurst wa speeding toward Holloway works in the shirt fartorr I SURPRISE IS EXPRESSED MRS. CARMAN'S CASE of rn ". Kim alvisril The women members of the party M" iu ,la"u v" were reluctant to receive calls except Manslaughter, m , a. I A, i m I irom lniimHie irienus ana mose 01 0111- x. v. ,, I7 ni,r,i cial or semi-official character. General Jesus Rincon, commander of Over Attitude of New Haven Railroad Directors. Washington. D. C. July 17. Depart- ment of justice officials were plainly surprised last night to learn that the New Haven board of directors might re open negotiations for a peaceful dissolu tion of that system. It has been under stood here for several days that Attor- whose theme was the development of . . .... i .miss reiseyithe state'a resources, and Mavor J. fc. Burke, who expressed appreciation of the hospitality shown the visitors. The party left at four o'clock to meet Gov ernor Allen If, Fletcher at Proctors ville. There ' the party waa entertained at the residence of the governor. The mem- Minority Stockholders of New Haven M of the party were shown about the house and grounds and very pleasantly APPLICATION MADE FOR A RECEIVER Mrs. Florence Con'klin Carman actually l? General McReynolds recently made ine iorcea at mis nun. vaiwu un i.riirmi T, r),ln r, . nffi.. i 1? . a. - . . . 11, Julll t J ilia li cr utiivi; in jl 1 ri fJ V t'a v a rnna anil rH atari li 1 a aorviMM Jnrira I .... vT, . r ti 7a T ?v on June 30, but that the killing was and Victor Huerta and two or three, oth- done ,n R uddpn tfm t of jea,ou(, er men, who had come by the specia gn(. thmlm wftg 4ithout premedita. train, were taken in charge by personal u th y. ,.0lntv d ju ,agt friends for a trip around the town, but ..; 1 j :., j;.;, !:. . . . , . , icv:iiiiiac iwuim nil aiivaiv urn uv auuaiini. Mrs. carman charging her with man- WLMiiril III liir. Dunn vain in t 1111,11 mri ; K flr-a Anm-aa sweltered in the tropical heat. . I Rv thi pvcninir she will' hp ha. k rr a. 1 1 u c : s 1 - r mere was iioi a urcuiu ui air anu . i, iika,, j. .ii mosquitoes frequented every unguarded . ... or S1-n,10 n.ndn- . t.rini ine women niaue me oe&i 01 , . . a a;i., :.. a A 1 J A 1 A II.- t I"l - V 1 v...,-.. . . . , vovuev .11 tneir crampea quariera ami ro me kw s ai " riiKo callers admitted they maintained a cheer- ' f, ca.,i .:! his position clear to the New Haven man agement and announced that failure to accept the terms on the Boston 4 Maine court to-day, Railroad Filed Suit in Massachu setts Supreme Court. Boston, July 17. The appointment of a receiver, special master or other official to prosecute claims aggregating $30(1,- 000,000 against the defendant directors and their estates of the Xew Haven road was asked in a suit filed in supreme stock sale imposed by Massachusetts would drive the department to the filing of an anti-trust suit. TWO PUT UNDER ARREST ful front, which in the case of Senora Huerta especially appeared not altogeth- er assumed. For a long time she had been urging the general to quit and her conversation indicated relief that the last end of the bitter and losing fight had been reached. By Saturday evening she will have gone away from the village where she And Are Charged with Murdering Man t Beverly. Beverly, Mass., July 17. Oaetano Pi- vaio and Mrs. Virginia Barleto, wanted here on a charge of murdering the wom an's husband, have been arrested in New The action was brought by the law firm representing the minority stockhold ers and waa designed to force restitu tion from those responsible for the funds alleged to have been illegally expended in building up the New Haven system. Judge ItraJev issued an order return able next Friday to show cause why a receiver should not be appointed and why an injunction against the disposi tion of the defendants' stock should not be issued. was one of the reigning powers socially j according to word which reached and intellectually and will be with her th vp,ferd Th, miin WM LIQUOR LICENSE REVOKED. MORE RESIGNATIONS ARE ANNOUNCED Gome. Rebel Attorney General, and General Hernandez, Governor of Pueblo, Are Out. Mexico City, July 17. Richardo H. Gomel!, the rebel attorney general, and General Hernandez, governor of Pueblo and father-in-law of Huerta s eon, ic- tor. have resigned. The gambling houses in the capital were closed last night by order of Pres- husband in some obscure place, there to remain for at least a month. She will go to trial with a plea of not guilty and will be defended by John J. Graham of Syosset, the surrogate of Nassau county. The general expecta tion of Long Islanders, both in author ity and in civil life, is that she will be acquitted on the first degree manslaugh ter charge, which carries with it a pen alty of imprisonment not to exceed 20 years or that, while being tried for first m.,v,.a , r.--,..n.u... .slaughter, she will be found wu.-..v taken into custody at Rocky Hill, N. J., Colonial Inn at St. Albans Lost After and the woman at Princeton. Bnrleto was stabbed to death in a pasture near the Wenhara line on the morning of July 4. Mrs. Barleto and Divaio were indicted on a charge of mur der by the grand jury yesterday. CHANGES HIS FAITH. degree mansli guilty of second degree manslaughter. ANXIOUS FOR A. FIGHT. of "Gunboat" Smith Is Close on Trail Carpentier. London, Juvl 17. "Gunboat" Smith ident Carbajal, and it was announced and his manager said to-day that they that no morre gambling would be al- intended to make a further effort to ar lowed by the authorities. I range a return fight with Georges Car pentier, the French heavyweight, who CARBAJAL READY TO RETIRE yesterday was awarded the decision, when Smith was disqualified in the And Turn Government Over to Car-1 sixth round for hitting the Frenchman while on the ground. The Ameru- boxer said he was willing to meet the Frenchman anywhere and any time, the winner to take the entire purse or gate money. Carpentier would make no reply, Carpentier s manager said the French ranza. Washington, D. C. July 17. Francisco Carbajal, successor to General Huerta as provisional president of Mexico, yester day advised the I'nited State govern ment informally that he intendrd to re tire in favor of General Carranza, the constitutional chief. Mr. Carbajal wishea only that a general amnesty be proclaimed, and projection given to the property of those who opposed the con aitntionalists. Thia attiude tit Carbajal, toeether with the announcement from Saltilln that Carranza was willing to enUr into negotiations with Carbajal relative to the transfer of authority at MpicoCity, was regarded here as praitically assur ing a -a t mn of hotiliti and the restoration of peac in Mexico. man would ne ante to ngnt again only after he had fulfilled his music hall en ftaements and sueeested a match in December or January. Smith, who haa no theatrical enza?pmenta, said he was not playing to the gallery. ONE HEAT DEATH FIGHTING OVER, SAYS CARRANZA. Aad Several Prostrations in New York Up T Noon. New York. July 17. One death and several ptMrtin from the heat were reported in this city at noon. At that hour the temperature was S3 and waa rising rapidly. Will Nrw Plan t Eater Mexico City and Establish Goreraineat. Monterey. Mex., July 17. Fight injr hr eont;tutiofiali1 i ir ia Mewn. if plan annouix-ed here reteHay by e ntiaito Carranra gn into e!Tert. -eral Carranza declared ki main obje-t now wmid b to conduct B'j-Miat for tls eoatt:tyt;oEa'.it to enter Mei- GIRLS ASSAILANT LYNCHED. Twelrc Masked Men Pat Maa ta Death at Baker, Ore. Installed at Newfane. Newfane, Julv 17. A public ordina tion and installion service was held at the Congregational church last evening when Rev. Charles W. Movk, who re eently came from the Yarmouth, Me., Methodist church, was ordained aa a Congregational minister and pastor of the Newfane church. The sermon waa preached by Rev. Roy M. Houghton of Brattleboro. Rev. Mr. Mock, who is a graduate of Harvard university in the class of 1 905. is 3.5 years of age and has a wife and two children. FALL CAUSED FIRE. Farmer Was Hunting Turkey's Nest With Lantern. Brattleboro, July 17. While hunting a turkey's nest in his barn with the aid of a lantern last nipht, Elike Bridgeo of South Windham fell through a scaffold and broke the lantern, setting the hay afire. Then the ham burned together ith tool and a half year's crop of hay. The los is $1,500 and the insur ance is no. When he fell through the si-aflold Bridgeo landed on a cow's back. Conldnt Understand Rules. A newlv married roup woman had gas cooker fixed in her kitchen. The gas company sent her a card of rule. ith instruction to study them rll, and what they couldn't understand they would explain to her. Imagine the clerk aurririse the next morning when he heard her say over the 'phone: I a il afi-H-risn-i " ' i . - , Long Hearing. St. AMbans, July 18. The liquor license at the Colonial inn was revoked late yes terday afternoon by the liquor license commissioners, following a second hear ing on complaint of citizens that the terms of the license were violated when the freshman closs of the University of Vermont held a banquet at the inn the night of May 28. The second hearing was held on petition from the defense that it had new testimony to give. The reason given for the revocation is that there was a violation of the condition of the license relative to selling or fur nishing liquor to minors. The matter of an appeal from the decision of the com missioners to the Franklin county court is being considered. When the second day of the hearing opened yesterday morning at nine o'clock the defense placed a member of the class on the stand, tie testined to hearing some of his classmates talking before they left Burlington about procuring some liquor before they left there. He also testified that he saw two and pos sibly more students intoxicated on the trip to this city and that be thought several were intoxicated when they reached here. Charles Royce of this city, the next witness testified that he was in the station when the special train bear ing the class arrived in St. Albans and he thought some of the students were intoxicated. C. G. Au-tin for the Colonial inn and State's Attorney G. F. Ladd for the otate made their arguments before the noon recess and in the afternoon Elmer -lobnson. representing the university and himself as a citizen, gave his rgument. The eommisxioncr then took the mat ter under advisement. The license board is composed of V. E. jl.'Kouyer, chairman. J. J. Finn and F. A. Collins. entertained. Lemonade was served. The governor led the procession of automo biles to Springfield, arriving at seven to sit down at a banquet served in the town hall by a caterer from Boston. There were speeches by Governor Fletcher, Max. L. Powell, president of the Burlington association. President Harkness of the local association, and James P. Taylor, secretary of the Great er Vermont association. A five-piece or chestra provided .'. music. There were covers for 12.ii people. j To-day the party will visit the in dustries of Springfield, going afterwards to Windsor to visit the state prison. The members will take luncheon at the Woodstock inn. At the Williamstown gulf the party will be met by members of the Barre board of trade, and a visit will be paid to the quarries. Then will come the return trip home. Much enthusiasm has been shown throughout the tour. During First Four Months of the Present Season in Vermont Total Tax Will Aggregate $150,000. The State of Vermont's estimated in come from motor car registration during the year 1014 is estimated by Secretary of State Bniley at $150,000, the larges amount collected by the state in thi tax. This amount goes into road build ing and added to it la $200,000 highway appropriation annually. So this year the sum of $.150,000 probably will be available for permanent road construe tion.- The bulk of the registration is done n the spring and early summer months from March to July. For these four months, the fees, according to returns to the secretary of state, totalled $118, 193.30, exceeding any previous four cor responding months in the history of the present law. The automobile fees from various sources run about $600 a day. This is in addition to the fees paid prior to March 1 which will help com plete the grand total. ror the four big months mentioned there were 1,57-1 new cars registered which would represent an expenditure on the part of ermont people of about $1,100,000 for automobiles if the cars averaged to cost $700 each, representing an average expenditure per capita of a trifle over $3, based on the last national census. The increase in automobile fees in the past six years has been most remarkable. In 100!) there were registered 1,8.58 au tomobiles and 83 motorcycles and the income was $2H,(i57.34, including $11 re ceived before March 1 under the old law. In 1910 there were 2.446 machines registered and 124 motorcycles, income $43,112.09. In 1911, 3.254 automobiles. 148 motorcycles, income $60,635.24. In 1912, 4,283 automobile and 204 motor cycles, income $80,798.75. In 1913, 5,918 automobiles and 291 motorcycles, in come VlII.4o9.MI. rrom March 1 to June 30, 1914, inclusive, there were 6.260 machines registered and 316 motorcycles. Washington county led in the total registration and licenses with $14,958.25, Rutland county second, $13,983.25 and Windsor count v third, $13,401. Rutland county led in the first registration of cars, $4,(80, and vashington county a close second. $4,735, Chittenden third, $4,484.75. Washington county also led in second and third registration. In that county the second registration amounted to $3,710.25, third registration, $4,771, registration $30, dealers. $200, operators' license $1,512. Registration by counties: Total Registrations and Licenses. Addison ,. $5,850.25 Bennington 5,125.75 Caledonia 11,540.00 TRY TO CONNECT AVERY IN BARRE Alleged Gir1 , sailant in RandoJ; N.s Under - picion BUT'VJENTIFI CATION WAS NOT MADE Police and Detectives Seek ing to Solve the John Girl Assault Chittenden 11.821.32 Kssex 2,345.50 Franklin 7,560.38 Grand Isle 638.38 Lamoille 4.110.50 Orange 6,324.62 Orlean 9,421.50 Rutland 13.983.25 Washington 14.958.25 Windham 10,428.00 Windsor 13,401.00 Xon-residmts 684.69 Randolph, July 17. After making, if is alleged, a full confession of his crim nal assault upon Evelyn Ferguson, aged nine years, last Monday night, Wallac Avery was taken by Sheriffs D. D. Howj nd E. W. Kent to Chelsea Wednesday ight to await trial. On Wednesday, accompanied by Slier- ff Kent and Messrs. Morgan and White- ouse of the iUorgan detective agency of Boston, Avery was taken over the ground is alleged to have covered with the little cirl and to the place here the girl said the assault waa com mitted. Before the party returned it is lleged that Avery made a partial con fession. On returning here Avery was escorted into the rear of the hotel, where further examination was held, after hich, escorted the same way out. .very as taken by automobile to Chelsea. On Thursday afternoon Sheriff E. W. Kent, accompanied bv J. F. Lamson and Messrs. Morgan and Whitehouse, went to Barre by automobile to ascertain, if possible, whether .very waa concerned in a similar assault on the seven-year-old John girl on July 4. Sheriff Kent and Messrs. Lamson, Mor gan and Whitehouse were unable during their stay in Barre and after interview ing the little John girl and her mother to place responsibility for the crime on Avery; nor was the John girl, on be ing taken before Avery, a.b!c to identify him as her assailant. The Barre police department ia continuing its investiga tion of the case, and it is possible that Avery may be brought to Barre in a few days for further examination. BOY COMPANIONS AS BEARERS At Funeral of Little Jha Gordon, Who Was Drowned. Total ,...$118,193.39 SIX CASES IN M0NTPELIER. of WOMAN MYSTERY UNSOLVED. of Baker. Ore. -Milr 17. An unidentified ;the one at the bottom of the card mn who attacked aa eirt-vesr-old rirt, iother ude.' It's iippoible to see the j rv-tr I'm yes. m taken from hi (aptora by IZmatked other side; the man has fixed it against 'ran't get aometh hub last a gbt asi lynched. tb ul" Storiea. Easily Remedied. TWtor Well. Mr. Jones, how are yon feeling this morpinc? Mr. -Tones Very much better, thank toii. doctor. The only thing that trou- See j hies me is rr)v breathing Police Do Not Secure Identification the Body Found on Beach. Boston, Julv 17. After a fruitless all- day investigation into the death of the woman whose body was lound, floating in the ocean off Locust street, Winthrop, early yesterday morning, a possible clue as to her identity waa furnished to Medical Examiner Leary last night, when private in the coast artillery corps stationed at Fort Heath identified her aa the woman who had come to the fort Wednesday evening, seeking a non-com missioned officer recently discharged from the service. The clue, instantly followed by the medical examiner, led only to increasing perplexity as to who the drowning vic tim might be when Fr. Leary found the nnn-commissioned officer, toik him to the morgue, where the woman's body still lies, and the man not only denied ever having seen the' woman, but that he had ever heard of a girl whose name she had given when she called at the fort. There was nothing on the body to dis close its identity. Tucked in one stock ing was a purse with 77 cents and a small key. In the other stocking a pa ir of gold-rimmed eyeglasses was found. She wore no rings or jewelry. Followine his examination. Dr. Leary declared that death had been due to drowning. He would not express an opinion as to whether the woman had died accidentally or not. The Winthrop police informed every town and every police station of Boston in an eflort to find trace of someone missing, who might answer the descrip tion of the body. They also made in quiries, alontr the Winthrop Shore dme for word of any woman seen there act- ng peculiarly. All of Them Had to Do With Use Liquor. Six cases were heard in Montpelier citv court this morning. The first re spondent waa John Mulcahy, a fireman, f Brattleboro, who couldn t pay a tine of $5 and costs for an intoxication case and went to county jail for 20 days. Michael Tracy was in for a subsequent offense, and he was sent to the county jail . for 30 days and in addition was assessed a fine of $15 and costs. Thom as Maloney of Burlington may go to county jail also in lieu of payment of a fine of $15 and costs for a subse quent offense. Hugh Leonard of Woodbury hopes to be able to pay a line of $5 and costs of $5.50. George Donahue pleaded not guil ty to a subsequent offense and was ad judged guilty, after which he was fined $15, with costs. He probably will take an appeul. A. Bernardini was recog nized aa bondsniac in such a contin- gt-n'T- Patrick Malov, who skipped out ot Special Officer l.lmer Pattee s clasp, was arraigned on the charge of intoxication and on conviction of a subsequent ot fense waaent to the county jail for 30 days, in addition to which he was fined $15, with costs. It is likely, too, that he will be held pending the action of the grand jury on a charge of string an officer. CLAIM ACCOUNT SETTLED. Bankrupt's Trustee Says It Was Before the Bankruptcy. In bankruptcy court at Montpelier to day a bearing was given in the case ot the L. A. Flint estate of Montpelier. The Valvoline Oil Co. put in a claim for an account, ana tne trustee saia me ac count had been settled before the bank ruptcy. William Winhart appeared for he alvoline company and . .. I arker appeared aa trustee of the estate. In the case ot I. r. t.ddy yesterday fternoon an application was made for uthority to sell or dispose of the insur- nce policies of Mr. Kddv. The bank rupt objected on the ground that the pol icies were exempt, as did his attorneys. V. G. Fleetwood and John H. Senter. The applicants for ilie risht to dispose of the policies were represented by Messrs. F. B. Thomas and B. E. Bailey. " Funeral services for John Gordon, the 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon, who lost his life While swimming at the so-called, "three corners, Tuesday forenoon, were held at his home in the Ptirkee building yesterday afternoon. Rev. E, F. Newell, pastor of the Bedding Methodist church, officiated at the serv ices. The interment was made in tha Hope cemetery. The bearers were four friends of the little fellow, Isaac Bid den. Henry Forsythe, James Duncan and William Ingraham. The list of floral tributes wns as fol lows: Roses and carnations, from the family; wreath of pansies and forget- menots, playmates; carnations'.-Mr." and ,: Mrs. H. Gordon; carnations, Miss E. Gor don; carnations, Mr. and Mrs. A, Cowie; wrenth of roses, lilies and carnations. employes of Ross and Ralph; wreath of roses, sweet peas, lilies and carnations, Barre Rangers football club; carnations, Mr. and Mrs. White; carnations, Mr. and Mrs. G. Mowatt; roses, playmates , of Bugbee avenue and Brook street; carnations. Mr. and Mrs. G. Reid; car nations, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Riddell; car nations, Mr. and Mrs. Woodworth; sweet peas, Mary Cerisolo; carnations, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hendry; roses, Mr. and Mrs. Fight; carnations, B. and A. Palmer; carnations. Misses Rowell and Walker; pansies, Miss W. C. Kelley; pansies, Miss G. Morgan: carnations, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson; carnations, Mra. X. Biatiehi; carnations, Mr. and Mrs. Willox; mari golds, Mr. and Mrs. C. Booth; sweet william, Miss Shadroui; roses, from lit tle chum, Billy Riddell. EAST MONTPELIER CAMPMEETING. LIGHTNING HALTED CARS. SEAS ADMIRAL R0EES0N Struck Trolley Crosa-Arm in Rutland Yesterday. Rutland. July 17. Lihtmne struck and split the iros-arm of a trolley pole near the Wet street cr' -injr on the main line of the Rutland Railway. Light & Tower ('. yesterday afternoon d'iring the heavy rsiit storm, accompanied by thunder and 1 chtning, which brvke Thirteenth Annual Session to Be Held from July 24 to August a. Posters are being placed announein the thirteenth annual session of the East Montpelier Evangelical Campmeeting as sociation, to be held at East Montpeliet on the campgrounds from July 24 to .Au gust 2. The workers announced are tht president of the association, Rev. C E. Dotey of Ixiwell. Mass., Rev. F. L. Ste vens of Boston, Rev. E. H. Post of Stoneham, Mass., Rev. Gilbert Laite of Bridgeport. Conn., and Rev. Thomas Laite, pastor of the People'a Evangelical church at Montpelier. There will be three preaching services daily, at 10:30 a. m., 2:30 and 7:30 p. m., and announcements will be made of oth er services as required. Good board and lodging may be obtained on the grounds, and ground" room to pitch tents ia also furnished. All are given a most cordial invitation. FOR LOSS OF FINGERS. And Veteran af Civil War Died at Wat pole, N. H. Walpole. V. H, Julv 17. Rear Adnv.r- Wi!t before 3 o,Wirk. This, combined al Henry H. RoHeson.'r. S. . retired, a with other troii'Je of a serious r.a I nil war veteran and a loop.tifne com- ture owmc to the fWlnnl storm, shut s. we must s if we imai4r of the t yard at Portsmouth, joff all the po"r for so-pe time. aa 1 cars f to stop that. Stray ded at his tmt here Wt sngbt. He waa were tinsble to move for about ii rnia- ,Z years 01a. wtea. Brandon Laborer Seeks to Recover $3,000 Damages. K11I land. July 17. Benjamin Ran.ono, a laborer who was employed by Wright A Young of Brandon in the construction f the new business blok at the. corner of Merchants" row and t street in this city, yesterday broueht suit in Rut land county court acaintt his employ ers, through Attorney Joseph C. Jones a counsel, to recover $.ts for loss of the third finger on his loft hand and in juries which mean the stiffening of two other fingers for life, it is alleged. AiiWd n2 to the declaration Fanrono faiii'ht I is left hand in a pulley while at work rear a boist.nr aptaratu at the huiMmtf on Marrh IT. He dr-ciare !at th" f.Ury t not propeily guarded.