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IE BARRE DAILY TIME VOL. XXIV NO. 121. BARRE, VERMONT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920. PRICE, TWO CENTS. "SITUA TION IS AS GRA VE AS THAT IN A UGUST 1914" IS OPINION IN LONDON British Officials and Diplo mats of Other Nations Feel Undisguised Anxi ety Over the Russo-Pol ish Developments as the -Bolsheviki Close -in on City of Warsaw. INVADERS ADVANCE SIX MILES A DAY Poles Are Said to Be Put ting Up Valiant Defense k! on Some Sectors Brit ish Munitions Arriving French Officers Take Up Duties With Polish Armies No Let-up in "Fighting, , London, Aug. 5 (By the Associated Press (.Among British officials and diplomats of other nations here undis guised anxiety is felt over the Russo Polish situation. One high official said: 'The situation in August, mi." as grave as that thorities at Moscow would not consid er an armistice before Aug. 4. At Warsaw this is interpreted, the message said, as indicating that armi stice plans would be deferred as" long as the bolsheviki command entertained hopes of capturing Warsaw. ' ANNIVERSARY REMEMBERED. Legion Head Cables Greetings to Brit ish Officers on Entry to World War. New York, Aug., 5. Greetings on the sixth anniversary of Great Brit ain's entry into the World war was yesterday cabled to Field Marshall Earl Haig and Admiral Sir David Beatty by Franklin D'Olier, national comman der of the American Legion. "Honor to the statesmen who had the courage to assume the responsibili ty, of that decision," read the mes sage. "Honor to the British millions, who, with valor unsurpassed and hearts of oak, executed that decision on Brit ain's many fronts. When we contem plate what would have been the state of affairs in the world to-day had not Britain acted as she did, and when she did the trials and difficulties of the present hour, however, vexatious they may seem now to be, sink into comparative insignificance. "United States forces have had the privilege of service on land and sea under British high command. The memories of the associations of those great days will never perish. They will perpetuate themselves in our hearts and thus serve to perpetuate the indis soluble friendship of the British and American peoples." PROPOSAL FOR IRISH PEACE PUTS PRESSURE ON TENNESSEE Candidate Harding Urges Republicans There to Effect Ratification "SERVE BOTH PARTY AND COUNTRY" Independent Status of Ire land in Return for Guar antee to Great Britain TO SAFEGUARD HER STRATEGIC INTERESTS That Is Said to Be Proposal of Sinn Fein to the Government ON FUEL TEST. Warsaw, Aug. 5, 1:30 o'clock a. m. (By the Associated Press!. Russian soviet armies driving against the Pol ish lines defending Warsaw are main taining an , average progress of six wiles a day in the direction of this city. They are being held in the south, however, and in some places are being pushed back from the districts east of Lemberg, which is one of the objec tives of their present campaign. .' To-day's official statement issued at general' staff heanquarters declares the Poles have re-taken the town of Brody, near the. Galictan frontier,-and have orced the bolsheviki back into Run- ftia in the region of Radxivolv, north east of Brody. American aviators fighting with the Kosciusko squadron are battling gainst General Budenny's cavalry and ' infantry along the Sereth river, where the soviet forces have not made any headway. Parts of this squadron were engaged all day yesterday near Mik licze, where they met cossacks and' bol sheviki infantry. The losses suffered by the enemy in this district were very heavy, to-day's official statement say ing 1.600 bolsheviki were killed and large number were wounded. Poland strained every ounce of her reserve powpr yesterday to checkmate the bolsheviki in the game on the result of which depends the fate of the Dew republic. Men in whose hands rests the destiny of Poland assembled at various conferences throughout the day, and taking a leading role in all decisions were the British, French and Italian missions. Munitions recently unloaded at Dan rig by the British were arriving during the day, and tanks rifles and artil lery from France were rushed to iht front. French officers are arriv ing daily to act at techniiwl advisers ;, Polish general headquarters in the preparations for Warsaw's final stand gainst the invaders. There was no let up in the fighting, particularly along the northeastern and eastern sectors, where the soviet forces were gradually aiming toward Warsaw. Negotiations for an armi stice seem to have stimulated the bol sheviki, who, with the exchange of Botes between the Warsaw and Moscow governments, began their drive with Dew vigor. URGED RUSSIAS TO ACCEPT PLA Soviet Government's Representative in London Did So After Plain Talk 8 Lloyd George and An drew Bonar Law. London, Aug. (By the Associated Press ). lAp Kasneneff, president of the Moscow soviet, is reported to have tent mcg to his government ask ing that Russia aorept immediately the original British proposal for an armi stice with Poland M. Kamencff. ft i said, sent his neseac after he and Lcnid Krassin. the Russian minister of trade and eommerre, bad had a very plain talk with Premier I..yd torge and An drew Bonar Law, government leader in the Hosue of Commons last night. Naval Tank Steamer Braios Left Rock land, Me., This Morning. Rockland, Me., Aug. 5. The naval tasik steamer Brazos, which with a full cargo of fuel oil exceeded speed re quirements in both standardization and full power tests yesterday, left to-day on a six-hour fuel consumption test at 11 knots. She will finish at the Boston navy yard. The trial board announced that the torpedoboat destroyer Pruett, launched at Bath Monday, will begin official trials here on Aug. 17. . Beifast, Aug. 5. "Provided the inde pendent status of Ireland Is recognized, Irishmen will be prepared to furnish international guarantees, properly in corporated in a peace treaty, to safe guard the strategic interests of the British empire. t This, according to the Belfast Tele graph to-day, is a proposal for peace between the Sinn Fein and the gov ernment, which was forwarded Sun day night to Premier Lloyd George. The intermediary, who has been en deavoring to arrange for direct nego tiations between Arthur Griffith, founder of the Sinn Fein organization) and the government is declared by the newspaper to have formerly been a member of an internationally known Ulster firm. SELF-GOVERNMENT FOR IRELAND PROGRESSES TROOPS BEING MOBILIZED To Put Down Cantu Rebellion in Low er California. Mexico City, Aug. 5. Government troops which will be sent into Lower California to put down the insurrection led by Esteban Cantu, governor of the state, are being mobilized at Guaymas and Puerto Isabel, in the state of SSo nora, and at other ports, General P. Elias Calles, secretary of war, said last night. "Cantu has not more than 1,000 men,", he added, "and they are. not of the lighting kind. Most of them are saloon keepers and gamblers." PATRONS OF RATH ROBBED OF $10,000 Five Robbers Entered Turkish Bath Establishment in New York and Held Up Five Attendants. New York, Aug. .". While J7" pa trons of the Lenox Turkish baths were sleeping early to-day, five robbers en tered the estshlishment and, after hold ing up five attendants, escaped with shout $10,000 worth of valuables checked bv the sleepers. MEXICAN LEADER KILLED Capt. L. L. Cepeda Was Shot in Back by Party of Cantu Soldiers. San Diego, Calif.. Aug. 5. Captain L. L. lepeda, commander of the Mexi can federal anted yacht Tecate, on patrol duty in Ixwer California waters. was killed in the streets ot Knsensrta yesterday when a party of Cantu sol diers fired a volley into his back, ac cording to reports brought here to-day by officers of the steamship Newark. According to Statement "Credited to Premier Lloyd George of His Work Among Irish Un ionists. London, Aug. 6. Premier Lloyd George was told at his conference with the Irish deputation he received yes terday that great progress has been made among Irish unionists during the last few months in favor of a broad policy giving self-government to the people of that island, says the London Times in reporting the meeting. The deputation 'waa unanimous and strong in its denunication of the government's Irish crimes bill, and was strongly. op posed to any scheme for the partition of the island, Fiscal autonomy was demanded. Captain Harrison, secretary of the Irish dominion league, submitted on behalf of the delegation of a scheme based upon recognition of the nomi nation statutes of Ireland, followed by the inauguration of a constituent as sembly elected by a yem of propor tional representation on a wide dem ocratic franchise. He also suggested the six counties of Ulster should be entitled after consultation, to vote themselves out on an all-Ireland scheme, subject to the right of the i rest of Ireland to withdraw any con cessions offered by a majority of the lrih people for the purpose of securing the adhesion of Ulster. Harding Also Sends Mess age ,of Encouragement to Mrs. Catt Marion, 0., Aug. 5. Further influ ence for ratification of the woman suf frage amendment by the Tennessee legislature was exerted to-day by Sen ator Harding in telegrams to Republi can and suffrage leaders at Nashville. To State Senator John C. Houk, chairman of the Republican state com mittee, the nominee wired as follows: "With the approach of a decision by the general assembly o Tennessee on the matter of ratifying of the suf frage amendment to the federal consti tution I would like to be advised as to poll of Republican members. I cling to the belief that the Tennessee Re publicans are in a position to serve both party and country bv effecting ratification. Will welcome advice as to whether I can aid in securing this net of justice to the women citizen ship of our nation." He also sent a telegram of encour agement to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the National American Woman Suffrage association, in re sponse to a joint appeal from her and Mrs. George Fort Milton, president of the Tennessee league of women voters. The message to .Mrs. Cate follows:. "Your telegram received. No dis couragement is voiced from here. On the contrary, we are continuing to en courage the Republicans of the Ten nessee general assembly, to join cordi ally in the effort to consummate rati fication." henator Watson of Indiana, who came to Marion yesterday to see the nominee, issued a statement to-day de claring that George White's selection p.s Democratic national chairman had helped cement President Wilson's hold on the Democratic nrgsnization. "Mr. White is himself Princeton graduate," said the atstement. "I have often talked with him about the presi dent, his admiration for whom he has made no secret. Mr. White's selection was no compromise at all because Tres ident Wilson wins at all points." PONZTS CREDITORS NOT SO NERVOUS Only A Small Line of Note Holders Appeared Before His Boston Offices To-day. ' Boston, Arg. 5. Hardly more than half a hundred of holders of Charles Ponr.i's notes, calling for 60 per cent interest in 90 days, had appeared in Pi Alley to-day at the hour for re-open ing the offices of the Securities Ex change company. In addition to this evidence that the run, which began 10 days ago, 'was virtually over, there was noted a marked unwillingness on the part of noteholders to deal with speculators seeking to buy their claims at a discount. In .the early days of the run specu lators bought hundreds of notes, us ually at a 10 per cent discount, and t hen took their place in line and cashed them in. One speculator claimed to have made a profit of $14,000 in a sin gle day. OPENED GRAVE CUT. OFF HEAD HAY MADE SHORT CIRCUIT ARMED WITH GUNS ROPES AND PITCHFORKS Kentucky Farmers Are on Trail of Mu latto, Who Is Charged With As saulting White Woman. Lexington, Kv., Aug. 5. Several hundred farmers and county officers, armed with guns, ropes and pitchforks, are searching Madison, Jessamine and Fayette counties in a hunt for Bul- ford Monday, mulatto, 28 vears old, charged with having assaulted Mrs Charles Sauers, 16 years old, of Valley lew, Madison county, l. miles from here. STOLEN SAFE RECOVERED, SEN'. GORE SECOND IN SENATE FIGHT MAY NOT LAND IN IRELAND That Is British Government's Decision About Archbishop Mannix, Ixindon, Aug. Premier Lloyd George, in answering a question in the House of Commons to-day as to how the government proposed to deal with Archbiehep Mannix, the Australian prelate, on his arrival, said the govern ment decision was that the archbishop should not be allowed to land in Ire land. Su h steps would be taken as were deemed necessary to make the decision effective, added the premier. Oklahoma Blind Senator Defeated by Scott Ferris as Democratic Candidate. Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. ,. Rep. reeentative Scott rerris continued to hold his lead early to-day over Thomas P. Gore, candidate for renomination for United Stsies senat r in Tuesday's primary election, but Gore headquar ters steadfast Iv refue to concede de feat. In the contest for the Republican senatorial nomination, W. Harreld of Oklahoma City was leading .1. B. Cul lison of Knid on the face of the re turns from a score of counties. But It Is Valueless, Hole Having Been Blown in Bottom. Bennington, Aug. 5. The 1,000 pound safe, which was stolen from the Levin men's and women's clothing and fur nishing store early on the morning of July 20, has been found about eight miles out of the city of Troy, N. Y., on the road to Grafton. The bottom of the safe had been blown out with dy namite and the safe itself had been rolled down a steep bank into a brook, lis condition and position are such that it is valueless. The books and papers in the ss,fe were recovered by Morris Levin, who went to Grafton, X. Y., yeterday for that purpose. Some of the documents carried in the safe were wet by rain, but are not materially damaged. There was less. than ."0 in the safe at the time it was stolen. An examination of the premies on the morning of the theft showed that the thiefs had backed an automobile truck into an alley in the rear of the store, opened a window by means q( a pinch liar and w ith the aid of a plank loaded the safe upon the truck. And Left the Remainder of Body Propped Against " Grave GHASTLY WORK .rW v NEAR BOSTON Another Grave Had Been - Opened But Body Was Not Molested . Maiden, Mass., Aug. 5, State and local police joined to-day in an effort to learn the identity of vandals, who opened the, grave of Casper Izert in Holy Cross cemetery and severed the head from the body, carrying away the head. Izert died in South Boston on October 12, 1912, aged 85 vears. Cemetery employes discovered the open grave Monday morning and, on in vestigation, found the cover of Izert's casket pried off and the headless body propped against the side of the grave. The casket containing the body of Izert's wife Jalso had been pried open, but the remains were not touched. The state authorities were called in to-day, after the local police had been unable to get any trace of the van dals. BABBITT FILES ' FOR GOVERNOR He Is the First of The Candidates to Meet with Law's Re quirements. F. H. Babbitt of Bellows Falls is the first candidate for governor to file his -primary petitions with the secre tary of state. He filed over 1500. Some of the otljer candidates have filed a part of their petitions, but not enough to make a statement about vet. Attorney General Frank C. Archibald was in the secretary's office yesterdsy and obtained blanks. He had almost forgotten that the date for filing was so close as it is; therefore, a little hurry will take place in the work. Mr. Archibald seems to have no 'opposi tion to a re-election. When It Landed on a High Voltage Wire in Berlin. Power company offioials blame a wisp of hay for putting their system out of business this morning, and the explanation is made in the following way: About 1:05 this morning an in terruption occurred on a -33,000 volt line, which transmits about 3,000 kilo wats into Barre and about 500 kilo wats into Montpelier. ' On learning the difficulty the load dispatcher at the Pioneer station imme diately communicated this trouble to the superintendent, who had men test ing on this line at 2:05 a. m. The trou ble was finally located on the Libby farm, between West Berlin and North 'field, whore it was found that one wire was burned off and two sets of insu lators were, broken, causing a short ! circuit on the line. It seems that Mr. Libby was haying yesterday afternoondirectly under this line, when a small-sized cyclone blew some hay up on the line. It is thought that Borne of the hay stayed on the wire and became wet during the night because of fog, causing a short circuit and the trouble as stated above. At 5:50 this morning that line was cleared and repaired and test made. Mr. Libby said that he did not think the insulators or wires were damaged, so he did not report the incident to the company. When that trouble was repaired it was found there still was difficulty with the line. This later trouble was located, on the Wesley Child farm in Middlesex, where it was found two sets of insulators were shattered. This trouble was remedied and the line was placed in operation at 9:40 o'clock a. m. This line being out of service made it necessary to shut down part of the load in Barre. The company feqls that the cause of this interruption was be yond it control and did everything possible to get the line back into serv ice. BABY CRUSHED; MOTHER HURT MOTORIST ARRESTED C. TALK OF THE TOWN WILL MAKE PLAIN SPEECH. PROVIDENCE GROWS SLOWLY. in HOLD UP ARMISTICE. f Gain of Only S.9 Per Cent Made Past 10 Years. Washington, Tl. ., Aug. 5. The popu lation of Providence. R. I., was an nounced to day by the census bureau as 237JM5, Increase or 5.0 per rent. Other announecements were: State of Oregon. T.15. inrree 11U20, or per cent. Mu'tnomsth county. Ore., including rort'and. 275S', im 41.H.17, or 21 J per cent. ARMENIANS VICTORIOUS. Have Driven Soviet Troops Out Chaour. of AGROUND ON AFRICAN COAST. As Lrg as They Have a Chin Capt writ? g Warsaw. Wa't-rngtow. !- Any 5 th infiKia W-ral-oaj at Wiruw r potest to-day BtMlT date of Aug, 2 that a ! Intercepted wireless or$er from tb TV Mary IT" raltrer sailed tl-bi :Vi rwirrad to ttwft at ti .leow a May fw Tunis, frort iaira'f d that the bnJhiii aw- ewl rf 1377 Uo burJn. Atnerkaa Four-Masted Schooner Mary E. Palmer in Trouble. Pans, Aug 4. The American four snstei arisnoner Mary E. Palmer i reported in a dispatch from Casahlaa- a. Mnmnov t hate rum aground on the Afrx-an cow.t. All anembers of 1b rrrn are ytH to 1 safe. Constantinople, Aug. t. Fighting continues in the region disputed by Armenia and Azerbajldian. The Ar menians have met with success in tliaour. from which they Jiate driven the soiet troops and occupied the; city of Giteroiisi. Noiiri Pasha, brother of K.nver Pa sha, is trying to gather hands in th Chaour reckin to fight the Armenions. MORE ATHLETES SAIL. Te Participate for United States in Olympic Games. New York. Aug. .V Gymna-. oars man, rugby players and amatrur ath letic union oftVSals comp-i.f-t a party of 3t American eotrtant in the Candidate Cox Says It Can Be Under stood by School Children. Dayton, O., Aug. 5. Witkrthe pre ident ial nomination ceremonies only two days distant, (Jovernor Cox, the Democratic candidate, was hard pressed to-day with preliminary details and closing up executive and personal af fairs to heree for the campaign after Saturday events. Manv Democrstic leaders, including (.corge White, chairman of the nation al committee, and Senator Harris of Mississippi, head of the speaker bu reau, were reported en route here for pre-notlfiration conferences. An aggressive fight was announced by Governor Cot In his address at a picnic of local Democrats yesterdsy, in which he declared that the Demo crsts would lie on the offensive. The governor also declared that his ac ceptance speech, would be so plain that it could l understood by school children. "WET" CANDIDATE BEHIND la Missouri Senatorial Fight Amour, the Democrat. M I.OUIS. Aug. Political interest in vjn-onri to day entered on the ra-e for the lVmi ratic senatorial nomina tion as returns of Tudy state-wide primarv continued to drift in from the rural ditri-t. Wth unofficial, inconipMe returns Olvmpie gsmes sail ng for Antwerp to- front about -VI of 111 roiintew and St. day ni board the I'nited -States rmy j In. giving Brec kinridge 1-ong a ma transport Sherman. Famucl .1. Da !!a. i..ri! v of 11.241 votes over former Fed lre ident of the A. charge cf the party. A. '., was MONTPELIER Maj"T Ka-ron P. Gibooa left todav injeral Jude Henry S. Priet. the ( l.et iof hi two opponents, the .Vbe IVmo jcrat. independent Republii-an paper, by 'whw-n the e-te via rowip,e. a n ti mimed today that Itig will win Frank Jennings of Boston is in town for a few days' business visit. The Spaulding house on Abbott ave nue, Edgewood. has been sold to Wil liam Innis, who buys for a home. Mr. and Mrs. (i. L. tJregoire of Brook street returned last night from a busi ness trip of a few clavs in Rutland. The W. C. T. I', will hold a lawn party with Mrs. Wstermsn, IP Orange street, Friday afternoon. A large at tendance is desired. F. W. Keere of Rixheter. who is spending the summer with his family at a camp at .toe's (Hind, spent yester day in Hsrre on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Caldwell and Master Knierson. jr., of Detroit, Mich., are guests' at the home of Mrs. Cald well's father, Peter Parks, of frank lin street. Harold t utnmings. w ife and child to-day started an auto journey to their home in New Haven, Conn., hav ing made a 10-day stay with relative in this city. Mrs. K. A. McDonnell, her daughter. Mis Mary H. McDonnell, and her son. Francis .1. McfVinnell of Buffalo. N". Y.. are visiting in Barre for a short time, while motoring from Masachnetts to their home. A recent item in The Time pave credit for he loan of a derrick on the Smith .Main street bridje construc tion to.Wstiyore A Morse Co.. when credit should have, been given to the Wells A Lamson quarry, which has also, besides the loan of the derrick, furnished, free, muh of the stone en tering into the bridge construction Ilcnrv Moiles of Frsnklinttrcet, who attended the carnival at Intercity park lat night wishes to extend a warning to other titmobilits who stop there. Although he gone from his ma chine hut a scant hour, when lie re turned be found that some ninilde fin gered mechanic had lifted his radiator ap and motor meter, leaving naught in their pla hut hole. Hereafter, be, declares, his intention of padlmking everything to the car. even the rtij in the rear compartment. The Montreal Royal colored team left this ntortiing for Moretown and other places on the road rorh. intend ing to be back in Montreal by Sun day. During their stay here they bad a very satisfactory time at tlie ri pene of every team that opposed them. Karre A. A. fell ome. Mntprl kr K, of C. twice and flranitev iH once. All the tnembr of t!;e tam left a good tmprevo behind tbctn. Kith a ball pie vers and "men of leiure. The proprietor f tbe Central hoo-e Matod that there wa v trouble with LOST. $1,000 PENDANT. Woman visitor - ia SL Johnsbury Missed It ia Store. St. Johnsbury, Aug. 5. Mrs. H.' B. Dodge of Swampscott, Mass., who, with liei daughter, was registered at the Avenue hotel yesterday, lost a diamond pendant valued at a thousand dollars. Mrs. Dodge had the pendant in an en velope in her bag. when she went shop ping in the F. W. Woolworth store. She bought some post cards there and And Then Sued for Damages R Miles of Burlington, the Party. Rodin C' Miles of Burlington was ar rested by Chief Connolly of the Mont pelier police department yesterday aft ernoon, following a collision between Mr. Miles' car and the car of James M. Boutwell'of Montpelier near West Berlin. The charge is reckless driving of his automobile. Charles Kingsbury of Montpelier furnished bail in the sum of $300 for Mr. Miles' appearance, when wanted. It is alleged that while attempting to pass Mr. Boutwell's machine, his (Miles'l car damaged the left mud guard of the Boutwell machine. Acting as attorney for Mr. Boutwell G L. Hunt last evening brought suit against Milea and the papers were served lsst evening. The damages claimed are $501). When Automobile Went Down 30-Foot Embank-: ment Near Hartford CAR TIT ED OVER fHREE .TIMES Mr. s' Mrs. Richard Ray nd and Child . W -2: the Occupants AVhite River Junction, Aug. 5. Jean, the infant daughter of tMr. and Mrs. Richard Raymond of South Main street, was instantly killed, Mrs. Ray mond received slight bruises, when the car, in which they were riding. went over a 30-foot embankment dn to the White river near the Willis How ard farm, about a half-mile north of Hartford, at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Raymond, who was driving, was unable to tell just what caused the ac cident, but thought that something happened to the steering gear, which caused the car to swerve to the side of the road, and slide over the bank, turning over three times as it fell, and landing at the very edge of the White river. Mr. Raymond was thrown out of the car and only slightly bruised by the fall, but Mrs. Raymond and the baby were pinned underneath, and it was impossible to re!eae them until help came to lift the machine. The. baby's, chest was crushed and death was practically instantaneous. Mrs. Raymond received a deep gash over one eye, was severely bruised and, it is feared, that she sustained internal in- judies. The injured were taken to the home of Mr. Raymond's brother, Earl Raymond, at White River Junction, where medical aid was rendered, and everything possible done to revivt the. baby, but without success. The automobile, wkich was a Ford, was badly damaged, two wheels torn off and the top and wind shield brok- TALK OF THE TOWN LOST HIS LICENSE Because He Hit a Team and Failed to Report Accident. Harry A. Black, secretary of slate, this mominp ausnendeH for a neriot later, w hen she missed her pendant, j , 3ft d ,he h,.ntie of 8ol. A ii miLit: PTmn , loauf- ill inp iiian boxes in the belief that she might have dropped the em elope in when mailing the cards. This proved a fruitless search, and the hunt was continued at the Woolworth store. Here the envel ope minus the pendant was found. Mrs. Dodge identified the envelope by a memorandum on the back. It had been torn in two swVpt up when the store was swept. The loss has keen reported to th( police. 'WEWSIfrS" WAR ENDS IN ONE MURDER Bitter Rivals for Trade Clashed in New York, After Accusing Each Other of Taking Away Customers. New York, Aug. 5. Abram Free man of Roebank, Staten Inland, is dead and his brother in law, Iaac Hut- inck. is receiving hospital treatment for wound received today when a "newsie's" war bscke out between the two. who were latter professional ri vals. Each had aii-uid the other of taking away cii'dmcr. HAVE YOU SEEN HER? them at etl. that Ibev were a warmer. w-jth a plurality which may nH ; v ).um-Ii of leaver. ad gent kiwi at all time. It is the h-rv of the peo ple aro'ind IWrre that thy w Jl re ff tasrp Ieens to prerwre th ramp! tew thuiid from ! f'-r the annual mu-ter of the f ! Ti e rrnommalwn of srt Srkiea Thejnont Nattooal t.uatd-. w huh will take P. Srwwr, RrpiMiraa t-ecat.wtal aa I turn later ia the V ! f r another p'are bf nfiig Saturday. ciUate, was tdcd la-t aight. aerie of gsaiea with V""al teams. Phyllis Lake, IS, Slender, 5 Feet Tall, Dark Hair and Gray Eyes. . St. .Albans. Aug. .V Search U be ing made for I'hvllis l.ake, the 1 j rasr old daughter of Mr. and Mn. F. C. Lake of St. Albans hill, who left her! home early Tuesday morning while ber family were sleeping. Accordins to ber parents, there was no reason for her leaving borne unless ehe might have made up her mind to weenre work. When she left the lnne she wore a blue skirt and gray coat with patent leather belt and lifiht pink rloth hat onion Sockol of Newport. His machine hit a team, while driving near that city and he failed to report the acci dent. Curtis Farmer of Wolcott has re ported that he has had a collision with an automobile on the long bride in Bel lows Falls. H. A. Rlanchard of Wood stock and F. A. Walker of St. Johns bury hsve asked for blanks upon which to report accidents. James raes funeral. Was Held Yesterday Afternoon at Hia Late Home. The funeral of James Rae, whose death occurred at 62 Brook street early Monday mornine, following an illness of several months, was held from his late home vesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Frank Blomficld of Ber ler Congregational church ofliciated at the prayer service at the home and grave in Hope -emetery. the remains being placed to rest in the family lot there. Attending the funeral were a num ber of fellow pranite cutters and a represent at iie lwv of (lansmen from t lan I.Vrdon. No. 12. r. S. C. Many i flowers had been sent as symbols of etcem of the deceased. Clansmen per formed the last ritual- of the order at Hope remetery. FELL ON CEMENT. William C. McKeniie Died of Injuries at East Pyegate. fca-t B'ecate. Aug .V William C. Mohenie, a laborer, died yesterday from injuries r--eied at the Rvegate Paper mill Tue,lsy noon when he fell 10 feet from a platform upon the ce ment fVr of the coal bin and frai-t tired with wide rim. She is elepder. about J hj, knll. He was unmarried and was five feet tall, with dark hair and gray eves. ' TO INCREASE CAPTIAL. W. G. Reyaalds Ca. ef Bsrlingtea to Have groo.ooa W. G. Reynelds mmfmnw of Burling ton has filed with the secretary of late a rertifkate thai the company intends to inerraee the rapital stork from $1.10.000 to t200,"0n. The Kol stad Tavlor company of Brattlehoro ba rert-H that it has a pd up capi tal twk of ITSWO. The New Eng land Table Mannf scaring rotnpwey f F.utUikd intend to amend its arttk of nriatmaj that the capita! rt.k wiU be f00. oO years old. The nrill authorities are trvina to locate his uncle, a brother and a si'ter. New Borland i ho Lve somewhere in DIED AT 0RF0RD. N. H. ef F. William F. Dana, Former Justice Superior Court ef Massachusetts. trford. N. H.. Auf. 5. William Dana, a former justice of the superior court of Maea-h-u-erts. died to-day at his summer resident here foiiowirg a series of bk. PrevKwis t o hi. appointment t the heivb in IT be erved veraT year in the '.. m etts h-gv latiire M. in bis !at term, was prrs'd'e-t cf te Srna'e. Hi h--tr was at Vt", Mas. Miss Helen Daniels of East Montpel ier was operated upon at the Barre City hospital this morning for appendicitis. Miss Mae Dale has resumed work at the Central Granite Co.. after a two weeks' vacation spent with her sister in Cleveland, O. Miss Louige Capanari of Bank street is spending her two weeks' vacation from the Woolworth store with a party of friends at Woodbury pond. , Mr. and Mrs. W. . H. Messer and family, accompanied by their guests of Amherst, Mass., motored to-day through the White mountains for a pleasure trip. Mrs. T. G. McCarthy of South Main street went to New Haven, Conn., to day to visit a daughter for two weeks. At Montpelier she was joined by a little niece, Johanna McCarthy. Miss Bessie Morrison, a student nWse of the Carrie F. Wright hospital in Newport, X. H., who has been spend ing a vacation with her mother, Mrs. Christina McKenzie, in Graniteville, re turned to-day to her duties. Baron Grearson, who has been work ing in the Eaton Glove. sho of Mont real, returned to his home ht 11 Insure! street earlv this week and is now con fined to hi bed by illnes, under the care of a trained nurse. Miss MarAn drew. Robert Imlah of the A. Tomasi block was atrested last evening by Deputy Chief of Police Harry Gamble on a warrant issued by State's Attorney E. R. Davis, charging him with furnishing liquor. Imlsh will be arraigned in court some timefo-day. Thomas Carroll, the middle-west rep. resentstive of the Carroll Brothers Co., arived in the city la.t evening fo re main until the latter part of next week, when he leaves then for St. Louis to attend the convention of the National Retail Mounmental Dealers association. Two Dodge cars, one owned by F. .1. Healey and the other by Howard Carl son, driven by .Mrs. Carlson, brushed mudguards at the corner of Seminary and North Main streets yesterday aft ernoon. The damage inflicted on either car was slight, the Carlson car sus taining a split front mudguard. Both were capable of continuing their course. Many granite cutters took advantage of the hut-down of sheds to day and left for Moretown by automobiles tt attend the baseball game between the Royal Colored Giants and the More town A. C. The Giants declare they hsie not met defeat in this state yet and don't intend to. even though their ' opponents today will be the strong er team in the state, according to their version. Word has been received in Barre of the wherealouts of Jobn Robertson, his iter. Mrs. John M;ller. and hia brother in-law, Jobn Miller, who left Sw York City lat Sunday for Barre. It appears that the auto in which they were ridinc brokl down at Ilmnie Fall, and the broken part had to b obtained frnm New Jerey. all of whki ha necessitated a delay wbnh is gred oallv aine up the two week' vaca tion of Mr. P.?irtoq. It is etpeete that the party w -11 reach Barre before SVsjHar. w.r they will s'ay for tHe einSiW'rjt week of their VS'wt-ea as I be fH-1 of friend.