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AILY nn :me THE RE VOL. XXIV. NO. 296. ALLIES MAP THEIR PLANS TO FORCE THE PA YMENT , OF GERMAN OBL Seizure of Germans Cus toms in the Occupied Territory Would Be the First Step If It Became Necessary to Take Action No Indication of Plan to Occupy More Terri tory. FRANCE REPLY TO GERMAN PROPOSITION Allies Believe the Proposi lion Was Advanced in Bad Faith and That Ger many Should Be Re minded of Her Treaty Obligations German Delegates Await Out come. London, March 2 (By the Associated Press I. The German customs in the occupied territory would be. taken over as the first step in forcing the payment of Germany's obligations should that prove necessary, under plans drawn up by a committee of the supreme council to-day. Sa indication that the allies ifitend to occupy additional German territory at present appears in the instructions riven by the allied leader; to this com mittee which is framing a reply to the German reparations proposals. The instructions were in substance: First: The allied governments decline to discuss proposals advanced with evi dent, bad faith. Second: Germany shall be reminded of her various violations of the peace treaty. Third ; The German government Bhall 1h' informed of immediate steps, the allies are determined to take in begin ning to enforce the collection of Ger many's obligations. The allied repre sentatives met at St. James' palace to day to receive the report of the mili tary and juridical experts who had spent the morning drawing up plans fur action against Germany in case she (lid tin comply with the allied terms, i Andrew Uonar Law, government leader in the British House of Commons and one of the government's foremost fi ' nancial experts, attended the eonfer t cue" for the first time. The Germans to-day were merely marking time, awaiting the summons ' of the allies to hear the decision on the 'German proposals. The results of yes l tciiy's conference bad been communi ' i ated to Berlin by the German dele I gules but they' had received no new in i M ructions from their government. GLAD U SITED STATES IS ITERESTED 1 In Mandates Says Reply By League of Nations on the Yap Question. 1'aris, March 2 (By the Associated Dress 1. The league of nations is not 'concerned with the allocation of the ' former German possessions in the Pa ' c -itic, which includes the Japanese man date for the group to which the Island 'f Yap lM'!on:."s. the American govern - went is iuf'Tined in the reply of the council of the league to the American ' imte 011 the mandate tpicstiou. The text if the council's reply was made public 1 to day. That allocation was made by the su , premc council tf ihe allies, the note . points tint. Imt t'le council invites the I'nited Mates- to lie represented at the meeting of the council in May or June when t lie other claes of mandates are t li- taken up for final decision. 'I he eouncil expresses ? isfaet ion in the attitude shown by the I'nited States m the ipiestion ,f mandate uhiih ti e lottiD'il has lonn felt to lie among the tno-t important and also tie uo-st dXi.nlt. CORPORAL VI MSIl ME.T MAY I!ES!G OF TEACHER'S WEAKNESS Declared U. S. Ccmrr.isioncr CUxton in Corr.nfnCng on Repert of 14-Year-01d Boy ReceivY.j 100 Lar.htj. W n. IL ".. M.tr,h 2-4-r l-"t.ii pjn-l nttt of hool itsitilreTi i ' ! X 'v to i- .i inte tt jtkr in l'r t,.','r.'" 1. I. (bvt.'ti. f.-d.'tl co-n-r .- ,.f f i i, at ,.n. 1 to d .y n "a I'M) pp-ir. ;!..! I v rf J.rt li r . . v, , ( .! mi ut in m s, r, i.n t- M .f It f-ar-..l 1 1 r I ' t r re- il I't ls-S.-. " At.v i n ""in :.t f t. h ! r . ! Jl n ! -I k tl 1 " i " , :...t.t rs.jf "it -vi'. -T.: ' h. V. .1 , .e i .; 1 GALL IT SERIOUS IMPROPRIETY For Federal Judge Landis to Accept Baseball Position UNANIMOUS REPORT SENATE COMMITTEE Full Investigation of Im peachment Charges Recommended Washington. I). C. March 2. Ac ceptance by Federal Judge Landis of the position as supreme baseball arbi trator is inconsistent with the full and adequate performance of his duties as judge and constitutes a serious im propriety on his part, the Senate judi ciary committee held to-day in recom mending full investigation at the next session of Congress of impeachment charges made by Representative Welthy, Democrat, Ohio. The report of the sub-committee was adopted unanimously by the full com mittee, although Chairman Volstead reserved the right to file a minority report. MOMTELIER The new members of the Montprlicf i-it v count il, who wert aworn into their duties yesterday afternoon, met in the council cliainliers last evening ami talked over things likely to come be fore them. The new charter provides tlmt they shall appoint the city sheritl, two countable, and city grand juror, who wire formerly elected by -the peo ple, and the other officers that have been appointed by the council, namely ovewer, tire chief, water commission er and street commissioner and con firm an appointment of the chief of Milice on the part of the aldermen. It is not exacted there will be any change in the personnel of officers at present. At the meeting L. II. Brooks was elected president of the board oi nmcu (.esm.-u, ,.,e ,,u , aldermen and the council authorized , the clerk to ascertain where money can be borrowed to the best advantage, .u wen as to arrange tor temporary loan. . for the .hool and genera fund pur- poses 111 anticipation of taxes. I journment until 7 o'clock Friday ee ning was taken. Governor and Mrs. James Hnrtness, accompanied by Adjutant General 11. T. Johnson and Secretary of Ciil and Military Affairs Julius A. Willcox, left this noon for lloston on their way to Washington, 1). ('., where they will attend tho inaugural ceremonies, i'urb' Kinsley, Republican committeeman, is also in Washington. Mrs. Kmma Albright, mother of Mrs. Alfred Hutterfly, who was taken to Hi;aton hospital yesterday, is in a seri ous condition from neuritis and 10111 plications. I eoinmenced Miss Florence F.llis has work in the office of the state pur-, chasing agent 1 The legislative directories have nr- rived from the printers in supply 1 enoii'Mi to furnish the nieni n rs of i in legislature each a book. I The estate of Margaret Moonev has been settled in nrohtite court. Mar- . 1 garet L. Moonev has ant tied hi r ae- ,.,! a v....,,i", .. .,.1 r - t ..... 1 . 1 '.''.' 1 ' phere his account as administrator tie 1 louis non with will annevetl, he, having' taken the plat- of Miss Moonev when ' hrr bondsmen asked to the court to appoint some one to succeed her. G. M. Stewart has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of-Jennie Stewart, late of Montpelicr. A. P. Farwell has settled his account in flu estate of Mary Blake Peek, bite of Montpelicr. Mr. Annie ("erutti has len appointed guardian of her minor children in I'laiuticld. TALK OF THE TOP S I.a Socicte St. Jean Bflitiste an nounce a ses membres et a. leur amis itie de cours d'elis-ut ion seront donne tons les mardis rt vendredis, de 4 hetirs a .':10 the M. G. A. Paipict. coin tl- rue Marchant ct Summer. Pour ran seignemcnts telephone 120. lAt evening at Cobble lliil grange airangetnent s were made for a poveny t-ial to be held tin Friday night, the pr,eel to Is' used for the aid of the Xtar Fast. After the meeting, a ster- cop! icon lecture was given l.v ,lut:n !M. Burlier. rx-A. K. F. man. who u-cd 1 a his topic i icv ... tn. ,.,r-vr . . t . - I (the present rondtions of many not.-d Frcm h c il flit Knd v iew of bfe-si.e itiie t f t'c err. ::iion and n-on- . n f thri-t. Alexander M.-r: -. ! n a be n c'tc'"! imb-r for tin lir. :.m . for the i-a-f n.ontl ,f t'.r.in t. vii! '. if t.ikiro fi;l M in:;f.tc;urir': . .am.- to tie e.ty last n . li.e T i It,.- k'v II - . .:,k 'it d st (CM ' t t i i-' r. r-l ' ! it . f M". I-.r.i-.- i ! s- tss-.i 1 1,., ..r;., is. ' , -... ' ' I I 1. t 1 ft. I Ji IGA TION WHOLE TOWN IS AROUSED By Letters to 150 Citizens of Sharon, Mass., De tailing Faults AND ADVISING THAT THEY BE FORCED OUT! Man Whose Name Was Signed Denies Being Au thor of Them ' Sharon, Mass., March 2. Residents of this town were aroused to-day over letters that came in the roajls to l.'iO citizens listing alleged unworthy resi dents, detailing their faults and rec ommending that they be run out of town. The names included those of some of the leading men and women of the community. The name of a man holding town office was printed or signed as the author. He repudiated the letters to-day. Recipients of the letters last night thronged the town hall with protests to the selectmen, only to find the lat ter themselves in counsel on the sub ject. More letters came to-day and a new storm arose. All grades of paper were used but the missives in every case were typewrit ten. Signatures were written in seme instances, typed in others. Some letters Lore mount ing bands. The selectmen decided to move for mally in the matter and Vernon Haw kins, one of the town fathers, gathered up all the notes he could obtain to-day and took them to federal authorities in Bostou. The Boston police were were notified also as the letters in most rases were mailed from the south ter minal station yesterday. Rewards were offered by several of the persons named in the letters for the apprehension of those responsible. . Except for the town official, whose name was signed knowledge of the missives, there was , , ( m T, . announced that a stv ret . , . , , . , . , , .sh Vitfiln4 Committee."! t)p oh- of w,,;,.h was (l ri( the town j f un(I(.irallll.s , v eontinued publicity. ! TLiup named include persons in virtu-i ally every branch of society in the town, through the clergy, town ofli cials, men of business and their wives and daughters. Another bulletin on Mirh 10 was promised. RANDOLPH Green Mt. Glove Co., Sanatorium, Nurses' Home Exempted from Taxation. The annual March meeting was will attended on Tuesday. I.. R. Johnson was elected moderator and I-. r. linggs 1 elerk. follow ing which were the reimrts I of oflicers, which were accepted. C. K. Smith was elected selectman for a term j I i.of three years; A. X. Beedle overseer of i the poor and also collector of taxes; r...v 1 nomas, trustee 01 limine, money :' K. F. Bi iggs, tow n treasurer; auditor , I lor three years, i. . i larKe; grand: J"rorH' C. W. Ilanvow. C. K. Smith; first constable, 1). I). Howe; agent tojff Summer street, ha returned to her deed lands, 1). L. Iomis, also agent to home in Springfield. Mass. prosecute suits; library trustee. K. T. 1. ,. . . . . .. . . Salisbury, for two years; cemetery commissioners, the selectmen. A com- I mittee was appointetl consi-ting of L. 1 B. Johnson, C. T. Boydcn and A. A. Priest, to lisik after the fund left in! trust for the care of cemeteries. t)ut; thousand five humlred dollar was vot-1 : sl tor the care t! the Iiortiv: is.i tori 'Memorial day: the selectmen were an- ; thorired to purchase ig 1 b t.tnls to di- I irect the traveler on his way. thesp tit! ! similar to those in the town of Rov-1 alttn. The town voted to ex.nntit frotm! taxation for five veins the Green Mt. long l'gn with a niii-ical program, .I... - I .1.. 1 .11: II. .r, I. .IK i:.ml, T..n,a-;n; .1 la. .tni.r t.. nun tn- si nit ( oi iwni HIH1 .. . . i . , ,,. nurses iionie. t lie ioeo .11 was neui 111 music iiail, w it fi a voters present. fair niirnler of the The holies of the Baptist ihtir, t. : served 11 boiled dinner and a ha-h sup-I per 011 Tiiesdiiv with a large att ance ami a snug little sum was real- .. . icd by tlnm for their work. j Mrs.' M. S. Warwick of Kmburv tame I Tiiesiiiv to visit her parent. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown. j Mr. M .it tie ( ooclnnl t ,. M.lo.n I on Tuescl iv to pa-s everl tlav thet-' with le-r 'l-iu".ter. Mrs. J,.t,n' Jaibs I and f ne.i'v. h' rcs n'lv movcl from , j, r, . , ,,.., .v. GR iMTEVlLU: i : M.o hrr. i i- verv ,H at t. ;V;,..r:e,l 1 1 v . I I ri te- - - - lit of ,,l u . n 4s i.ikt n r H .'. i ; . ; nil'. it 1 ).. 13 - BAKUE, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, EJ&EJEi HARDING GIVEN By Citizens of His Home City of Marion, Ohio SILVER PLAQUE WAS PRESENTED TO-DAY President-elect Leaves Late, in the Day for the White House Marion, O., March 2. President-elect Harding's neighbors in Marion and nearby towns bade him Godspeed in; of $70,0(10 additional county bonds for the task of the presidency to-day in a, the purpose of completing and erjuip formal farewell that brought to the fa- 'ping the new county tuberculosis hospi mous front porch one of its largest j tal which is located on Beckley hill just gatherings. outside the city of Barre. The vote was Marion schools and business houses j XIO.i yes, 1M no. closed their doors for two hours and J When informed to-day of the otit- the final front noreh meetinsr begun. 'come of the voting, Chairman George churj'h bells and factory whistles min pled their voices in ft sonorous message of "ood will As a part of the farewell ceremony, the city presented the presidentelect and his wife silver plaue which bore the inscription, "God's blessing to you. " His anncarance at the front porch! meeting was Mr. Harding's only en gagement for the dav, and he spent the remainder of his time winding up thojrior and a night watchman was also affairs of his campaign headquarter ' employed to protect the property and and parking up for his long absence, j at tend to the fires. lie and Mrs. Harding will start fori Because of the lack of funds the com tv..t.;.. i... ,.. v .,. wilt .rriv. tiiissit.ti did not order the equipment to-morrow alternonn i,i.-v imo. . " and remain secluded until time for the inaugural ceremonies. The program arranged for the fare well ceremonies began shortly before noon ami was a simple one. i.r. ii If. McAfee, pastor of the president elect's church, was chosen to present; '"l - the nl.Klue, and after a respond by Mr. Harding there was an informal reeei lion laming wen imo me umviihnhi. for his text in the presetuauon ai tires". Dr. McAfee took the inscription;, of the plaque: "To Warren Gamaliel Harding and his wife, Kloren-e M'ng Harding, trom tne citizens oi .Momnn, v , , . . ... , , ,i. ' 41 1 - ' , "" ""'"'r. "r"'1""' l" puhlie weitare, ami service to trie nign- est concepin.n oi American ciuzcnsn.p. God's blessing to you. The resix.nse prepared by the prnsi- spouse nep,iirti . t..e t w as brief, expressing thAuk manifestation of friendship and ticni -eieci j & . ikn..l . for the man . .I- I'Hskmir the supptirt of his friends and and who denied, . , f ' ' . . . , c .... nciguixirs in no; hiiik ncni 10 iihh. 1 CHIMP CL IRK DYISG i1 - " ' ij.ihiy SAYS HIS PHYSICIAX End May Come in a Few Minutes and oa' It May Be Delayed Some Hours. Washington, V. C, March Rep re sentative Champ Clark was pronounced to be living at 12::f p. m. to ti iy. ir. Jesse Shoup, his physician, said the end might come within a few minutes or that Mr. Clark might linger for sev- eral hours. TALK OF THE TOU 'X A. G. Osgood, a retail monumental j dealer of Hiirlington, is 111 the city on i ousintiss. Mis Katherine I'helns has gone to j New York City, where she anticipate employment. Mrs. Harold Knight of Boston is tlavs with her mother, spending a few .1: rs. runa oimi-iuu. ii . aw- nue. .virs. ttHtier toase. iw nns 1 visiting her mother. Mrs. W. K. Ibifnr Mr. Flirt Laltell of New M.uen Conn., arrived in llarre this morning to visit with her iter. Mr, l liabelh Lagore of the Morse building, for a few weeks. Maurclio Daverio w Using th" pages of a man tiLt.,tu t t.la l,..n.,i at '.'I ' street, wa.'.iiddenlv -roused from his ! study by l.md kiosking st the .J.sir. h-reupon. he male nn investigation and found its source with 2U of his friend, who had come to rommenu. rate his .11th bnth lav. A Jolly . ii. Mm i i! Mr ; -fi ,r i;. w """" .o '-so .. ..... I lllllill F n'nrr. . . piartet number. A a reim-mliranee f the occasion be wa presented a g-dl v alt li and t 'ia:n from the "J" tr.eiel present, among w lion Mr. John C:im'l! an 1 til were Mr. ami I fiiniJv of I! -1 , i I Despite the verv iiiif.ivorable walk - ing eon lit in. the 4(1 hour devotion vvh;ih opene-l wi'h a ole'nn b gli tns- vese-d.ir morning at 8 ud k st St.,ef le r birth hty. It wa a complete M. .iir.i' thtir. h is ttrstint bun Ir. Is f parishioner to the clt-i li 1 h r. -nrv -aid 1'-' evening st 7 ', hi k and iiTW'fuMv af'er ronf -ion were h''r.r. bv R-v. lohr, p. Me liiirrv .f W n .v-i ; !;ev M. F. i'V.n- nell of Ro.l'TieV. V.. .1.1 II A l.tl )l ..f Nor' Hi.'.! R.-v. P J I.oT-2 ,.f M..t wi n I'm . Ki-rnsrJ V. tahmi "f P t- 1. !' -v .! tor It Is .'' !:! Tl F. IVfV of ftrn;;.J,,n. lie - . f I 'rsr e '11- s I M. M. Kmh of p irre. is -i-.-l tst-.-'iin nj ; i :i t ; e " ' ? v P A I'..rr v f f i r-;,-. p. te 1 P. . "A In ar V- I li . f ;.-.t, ,-re ih 1 ' - i''l t'. ot if r -, .;..,,. f- ... .1 ' ' MT. 7 . -. 5.? T. S - .) ... t IFOR MORE BONDS In Order to Complete the County Tuberculosis Hospital MAJORITY MORE . THAN FOUR TO ONE Middlesex Was the Onl Town to Vote Against $70,000 Issue Washington county voted yesterday more tlmn four to one for the issuance .V. Tilden said that the work of pre , paring the Hospital tor trie reception oi jpait ienf s would bo pushed ahead as rap- ! idly as possible. When the funds voted i by the county originally ($70.0001 be- came exhausted the work on the build - ing was virtually brought to standstill. ; That was about three weeks ago. One! , . a u' carpenter was kept at work adding 1 1 some of the finish needed for the inte- !fe-r the hospital, preferring to await I the definite sanction of the voters of ime county hh.mm.kii ii ie, l""L!mot of the fees connected with the authority would be given for the issii- , d)n) om((, ,avp )p,,n jn connection j "'' ' hf. dditi.onHi '"l?, in 1 wit h the treasurer's dut ies. : I 1 1 1 1 I IUI I TIP Mil II IIIITIOTII Kill I W- Itllll'lfll " i i j in a short tune, i Cha'rmun Tilden ioa tiit roMrtv In , institution will be mien!.., , . for the reception of patients, but he A thai it l,a,t l...n t tii. l,nf- i.f t l.P ,.'.,,; ,v o,. u,,;i.i;.. ...i.i k,, I IO IIIJ! i ui i ills I nr I, tl . e 1 1 ill; nMiiiii in- t..j ... I ..).. II jujtj i , , . : ., for siinetirm bv the vt.Li-r oi the miin- ' " , . , extended! somewhst. The contractor, A. B. Lane, ejected to resume the work next! ; w,,,,i. ' i"n jjmuui .jiv 4,....- :.. .t. ........... ; Middlesex voted in favor of the addi ,tiI1H jS!llll, f honds; and in most i ; ,,., . vler 8m)w.(l, emphatic ap - !r..val of the proposal, the vote of Montnelier and -Vorthtlcld Iwdnir (.re, iontpelier and NVrthfleld lwing particularly strong. The vote of the ...,,.. WH'S as follows: . ' . . ' Yes. v., - l'.arre City . 1.173 2t't 41 I'u 2ti ,"0 .1.1 .1(1 21 t:i7 1;S PS 8 5 ol tl .! ! I.arrf Tow n iBi-rlin Cain Calais ixhnry ' Ka-t Montpelicr Kavston Marshfield 1 Middlesex j Mont pelier Moretown Xorthtield 20S I'laintu Id . Koxhnry . Waitsliidd Warren ... 'Waterbury 1 Woodhury 41 4S lt 2. 41 .15 .14 3.1t'5 I ", i .11 : s nil 7titi , orcestiT TALK OF THE TOW IS A son, Robert Thouu. weiehing eight potityls, was lxirii rtcentlv to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Loo of Canterbury. N'. H. Mrs. I.oso will be better re membered as Miss Marv Mekkel-en of Berkley hill. To the home of .Angelo Aldreghetti of 177 X'orth Main street last night. Mis Yittorina Cecchini wa summoned by ttdedioiie tall, an 1 upon reaching the house was great lv surprised to find that about thrtyl'ne of her girl ' friends had gathered to bestow upon I her a linen shower. The evening was lile oni.tlr per-! '"vfl,I1.v 'I"""1 J"""'1" and dancing. fr.u.L- ot,,t l',.iw!':'e refreshments of rake, ice cream and wsfers were seneil at intervals of prinr-ip! events of the eve lung wa a mi" k marriage, wlncli m performed bv limma Zorzi acting a minister. Adrianna tiranai. the bride, who wa becomingly attired in a white lm:on sprouts. Angel:n. Hotter wa it'.- groom and Irene Rossi lie.t mnn. Mi- Reghini acted n brides - , -., .. , , , . , recipient of many l'su if 'il gift. The 1 party broke up at a Lite hour. Ix'stow ing iijN.ii M.s Ccctiiini t!ie In-st if W Isl'Cs. . . 1 . . . 'rv po-i-atii g.n iiennc i.M.fc jum-.- at the le.mt of Mr-. .1 Belle Htitiliin. 1 lit-i.in n,i Motelsv rveiiing. Feb. 21". it In ing the mi; h anniversary sii'pri-e to Mr. tu' !..). AU.tlt .1(1 r.litive and friend- arrived ! 7:"'f m I h '.eii r.g atel h e! ass. nil.l, l in the h use when Mr. 'Iiinhin wa csl'r-l j,,. I the 1 .''it re turned on. Ir ws 4 ni. -' happy gathering ami all enrTr. f sllv m'n the (i.l',t of the .sis- ..n. I m. Is atel fim re plivSj. A l.an l-o!. b rthday rske. w ill t'l hr 'lint tardh-. pre"tit rt. The tic n 'sr .f t.e P.irre Sj. r iTutl -t " j' on. r.ls'.vp and fritrd were pr."iit. 1 f fe were o'h- rr t i w lv. mn liio'i.-hT ! nl In-n I. Wb.! all sir ii. jr an! if' tr frx.d-. Vr. H li.-'.in manv. For he- l,r I ...r,'ta', t v a-l l" ner'i mn . M. -',r is I t . n t. rum t Barre ! ' ' 1 v . Mr. T rii' . ;. ' M - IT ..'r 1 Hit -I - t' I. -i rs-:,- T)2 I -t V.:" .? -el ... i- n I.irt 'i T d- r ores , I f 4 ' . I e-rr rr. s'1 Ve s t i 7 . 1- . r-"-'-i !' ' '! r. 5 T TaT V 1.. hj , y 2 I e. .r:e. 1921. 12 MAJORITY FOR TREASURER James Smart Elected That Office As Well As City Clerk MAJORITY VOTE FOR HOTEL EXEMPTION Grand List on Latter Ref erendum Will Be Fig ured To-night The election of James Smart as city ; treasurer or iiarre, as wei as ey cer. was aetermineti last nigni alter consiu erable delay in counting the ballots in several wards of the city. Smart's ma jority for treasurer over IL W. Scott was onlv 12 in a total of lf.22 votes cast. while his majority for city clerk was 28 in a total vote of 1 5fl0." For a time after the determination of the result of the city clerk election it seemed possi - ble that. Scott might win the treasur - er's election as some' voters neglected to vote for city treasurer after marking j tnpil. bailors for clerk. As it turned out, j however, Smart was carried in a win- i n ' for city treasurer as well as for j ' .eparatpd ' tnrollpn tm? fieetjon f Smart as clerk and Scott as treasurer it would have brought about a condition which has 'not exisncti since ine cuv n cot iui nuu , . tru ,,.,;,, i : i 'an1 BinoA a lOTIfT time llMCK 111 1 lie II IS - tory of the old town. It would also ; Amherst, Mass., March 2. The First have added a complication as to the f Baptist church at its annual meeting division of the emoluments of the two j yesterday voted to extend a t ail to offices which ha not lcn given much . jov. . j. .Phigh of Barre, Yt., to suc consideration, although the voters teed fiev. Paul Jefferson, who resigned might have straightened the tangle out ' several weeks ago. at the meeting held later in the year j , , . f .;, the- salaries of . 'ofticr,. It is understood that ' . , , The vote nv wards on cuv treasurer was as follows: Smart . 117 . HI . 1 it I . Km . Ml 707 Scott 174 207 l.'7 titi 40 102 , 1 " " Ward 2 " ar(l :i t ... i . ' .'Ward.. " , .". " "... . V:,.. ance tu .Tio."' huiliumihi . I for the county ... i. i. ... i,.,;tot 1111'!... the vote leing 137." to 13S. A b of the i ' . ' ,. . . i "t the further tax exmnm.on P""" ft,r l"iod of five years, the vole being .'IS yes to S- no I he Vl,,, ,,,,nL '"n -v" ; amount of grand list represented in the (voting will be determined to-night at !a meeting of the ImhihI of civil author- .. . .1 1 t . n Ity. tiling on tins piopiwn ion tmu iu be done with the signatures of the voters so that the grand list could be figured. It is expected that the grand , Nst majority will be in favor of exempt tion. i The vote on hotel exemption was as -, follows: Yes. 17tl lsr i:. : 4H 7S Xo. 4.1 3! 12 t2 .IS 44 TC'ard I ii';,) Ward "j j Ward J 4d Ward 4 Ward .i .. , Ward 70S 2S2 I The complete list of oflicers elected is gixen below: Mayor. Frank K. ljtncley. who. re reived 87 1 votes to -f.2 for Michael I). Keefe. City tbrk and treasurer, .Times Smart. First constable. James W. Sullivan. Second constable. Frank L. Sma!'.. .s, ssor for three year, Me.rtin Riley. Tru-tee of French's Barre li'.rary. R. S. Currier. John W. Gordon ami Henry H.Jackon. Auditor's. 1.. C. Beck, Fred Ingli. Robert B. Maekie. Alderman in wvird 1. Fred II. Roger Alderman in ward Venner. Thomas G. Ahbrman in ward ... Daniel V. 0ola. Nehoo commissioner in ward 2. Dr. Howard H. Reid. Schisd commissioner in ward 4, Wil liam T. Cahler. MRS. E. M. EMRICH Experiences of Her Own in Asia Minor Will Bi- Described. A mother who somehow extended the maternal intii.et and emotion to in clude nil til" Christian Jsipulatioii of A!a Minor. This i one of the m.inv l"-r:pt!on which might tit Mr. R. S. Kmrich. lis. k in ltl when the Ns: ion.il Board sent R. S. Finrich and hi wife to Mardin. Aia Minor, to tiiTintend the educational vvoi.. tiiere, when Ar menia Mini Svria were comparat iv civ unmolested, 'hey r ii.-.l thut almost I any Armenian will iitihesitst inglv ac cept death rather tlisu reject Ihtis t unity. Their b. Li f was reaffirmed dtirmir he firt vear of the war. In Ittl ". Mr. Finrii h relumed to t he j I'liite,! Stat. weakened ,v an att. k f tvjboid feter. But her service did noi end then. She l,iiie a shaker f"f the Nerr fia-t rrbef and the un:t fd war work ramrtaipn. She dw not pi. ad. Si e simply teR t rie of ih n;'. she utr and heard. In lt'li fe.. Imri.h went to Frame for the Y. W. C. A But n.i one i..'. is ei!.e.-li f..r Mrs. I'mri. h. The governmeM ecg:oe.I her t give spare t n.e l-itu'rs m enamfments c.nisrn ing G.rnan ir'biep. in Turkey. She t aga.n .-ctnr'r in t'.e t'n.te.1 S;a!" f r t'.e Nesr I a-t r. ' rf. b it sh i lj'.r:ig to leiu-ii . Tn-key !i..r?lv. Mr. I tnrwli I.a th'e ... in t iie I ii 1.-1 S" t'n aid n h't''l "n in an J -h .,- ! in .'.rti-.!m. He is. .f r.'irs. ran. h 1 le ly s'irv it -ft .-f a n --a. r- I In Iv. 'V, eka H.i'd h'I. T-mrrr. t I r".-V Jn'iv nf'.rnsn anl in 't lSa.ll. V-s'ivlir ' ''. -k Kti- i3rT tJ: ' ll'J d tl't r.t 1t Jl.- ! ar.rg h t. LEG BROKEN IN FALL. George Guyette, Painter, Hurt at the New Park Theatre. L An accident which resulted in a bro- n leg for George fin yet to, one of the decorators employed in painting the walls of the Park theatre, occurred at the theatre vesterdav afternoon about t0';,:3" o'clock. 'Mr. Guyette was engaged in painting in the organ lott afr tne front of the large auditorium at the time when the accident happened. He was endeavoring to paint a section which lie was unable to reach by way of the staging which had been erected, and, order to get at it, he leaned a lad der from, the floor against the wall. When Guyette stretched too far to one side to reach an unpainted spot, the ladder slipped, and at the same time the victim's left leg became en tangled in the rungs in such a manner that when the ladder hit the floor, the. leg came in direct contact with the side of the ladder causing a clean break. Dr. J. A. Wark responded to a call at his office, and was stxin on the scene of the accident. Terry & Xoonan's am bulance was called and the sufferer was taken to the City hospital, where the injured member was reset. At, last re ports Mr. Guy"'- 'vn resting as com rtably as could be expected. Mr. Guvette is a middle-aged man, Who for the past year and a half, since .coming to Barre. has roomed atMhe. j Central house on Pearl street. lie came 1 from near Worcester, Ma., where he j has relatives now. He only joined the ; decorating squad at the new theatre ! N ednesflay of last week. CALL BARRE PASTOR TO AMHERST, MASS. Rev. B. J. Lehigh to Be Invited to As sume Charge of Baptist Church 4 in That Town. C. B. ADAMS TOWN CLERK. Was Elected at Meeting in Waterbury Town Tax $4.13. Waterbury. .March 2. At the' town meeting yeterday the following offi cers wcre'eh-. ted : Clerk. C. R. Adams; treasurer, K. .loslyn; selectman, tieorge Wood; sHiool director, M. H. MihhIv: road commissioner. George Mansfield; collector, A. .1. Knowles; constable. .1. K. (ireene. It was voted to put $1,000 in permanent roads, of which amount $"0 should be in the i village: and .7"0 was authorized for i resurfacin''. A town tax of $4.13 was 1 voted, of which 43 cents is for repairs i ine sciiiiiii nmne nt roads and a town tax of $.'!.2.i , wus votpi Ot'ieers elected are: Mod- n,n.r Kennedy; clerk Mertie ,funtv i.nn,,,r. treasurer, L. S. Hills: ia,.-.v. u-hool Hi- seleetman. Harry Harvey : school rti rectors, Howard Kennedy, Charles Abbott and Walter Hreene; road com missioner, K. P. O'Brien; constable and collector, R. J. Knowlcs. FUNERAL OF MRS. J. H. KELLY Was Held Yerterday Afternoon at Her Sister's Horhe. Funeral services for Mrs. James IT. ; Kelly, w hose death occurred at the 'Thirre City hospital Sunday afternoon. I were held yesterday afternoon at 2 'o'clock from the home of Mr. Kelly's ! sister. Mrs. Andrew Barclay of 5 Brook street. Rev. R. J. Iehigh, pastor of Cue I Baptist church, officiating. I The funeral whs largely attended hy neii'hhors on Ilie r.ast .Monil'Clier roiui . unij n.iatives. w ho manifested their es- ;teem for the deceased with many beiui- !,jtni flowers, : with the assistance of Walden and ! Roland Kelly sons of Mrs. Kelly and -(lnn H)1,i .ial110s Kelly, stepsons, th; bdv was tiiken to the tomb in 1.1m woo'd cemi'tery to reniain until spring, when burial will be made in Hope cem etery. WHITEHILL DOES GOOD WORK On Special Mission Into Missouri for , rkitrman VAT-lt llava t Waterburv. March 2. Harry C. ; whitehill returned home yesterday aft er a two weeks' trip into Missouri on a special mission for Chairman Will Hays . of the Republican national committee. So satisfactory were the results of j that mission that -Mr. Whitehill has, been railed to speak before the Repuh.i- j I ....I,,t.O.u a WusV. in"i on I Cll II lift I tO 11.1 1 I IIIUM, ... - " i Thursday morning. Therefore, Mr.! iWhiiehill's stay in town was short, fori 'he had to leave last n ght for Nash - ington. He plans to attend the inhugu- : ported me for iiuym in the city eler ratii.n. Ition and I wish to extend to the new jeitv administration my hearty wishes JACKSON RE-ELECTED. Becomes Mayor of Burlington for the Third Time by Decisive Majority. Burbngti.il. Mar. h 2. J. Hol.nes Jjckson, Democrat. wh re-elected mat or of Bui ling'on for the third time, defeating William B. McKillip, Republican, yesterday by -tii.l ma jority, of the largest obtained in many years. Mayor Dunn of Rutland Re-elected. Rut land, Mar. h 2. lame C l'tinn wa re t l t ed mavor vesterdav bv a plumb! v of 17.". def.-ating C. W. Spen- id A. II. Pierce. TALK OF THE TOJTW Mi- M ni Harron. who ha been i itmg in BuiLngion f'r a few day, ha returned to her home in the c tv. Mr. ami Mr. A. II. le:r.ie left lat li ght for Bo-ton an. I Xrn York, where Mr. Temtde tvill n .ike . vnal Im-ines tall in liie inter.' of the I'nion Pry I. m.Is store. Mr. Ncl-oti Jlsmel ,f Pl.Cnfild has j o-t plen.ld deii!i-tn; ion . f 1 i en "he g'le-t f h--r daughter. M ; dar.'y in war.l I an I tin i,;li ' W inri.f I cil Hsmel. f-.r the .t two!,lt the rtv. The fitute filled with Oi V -. I ltMW. Moart. th joiii.g son f ?!r. .lame tr-il "f Ori-f who a f n -. rio t-lv ill w Mr. anl! 7 st re. t. ' th pne'j , w n m. 1 ! -w iv T.--s.. 7 'i ; i A j-i ia r.eiT-c "f the Bae-r) I i C.-,, :- "'.I:.-;'.,,-'"-.-.' ... .at umi ' t "f r'.i te ma-'-utae-1 ..y at -t-irtf- f. V.T-tt." Wa'ci' iTt al- r-t Si-nti- l.r So thr .ty this BytMi.j. fa.tLf-. PRICE, TWO gENTS. FREEMAN AGAI IN STREET DEPT. Ruggles Returned as Ci Engineer and Water Superintendent . MANY APPOINTMENT! WERE CONFIRME New City Government 0 ganized at Special Meet ing To-day Harre's new city government, whii was elected yesterday, organizi promptly this morning with .meetiii; of the city council and the board of if dermen. An unusual feature- of t organization was the presentation many appointments by '-ivor Lan ley and the confirmati them 1 the aldermen. Gener the appoin ments have been d A d to later rej ular meetings, .v-f The oath of a was first admin istered to ly-elected officers, ill eluding JjJ smart as city clerk an treasurer .10 took his place at tlf foot of the council chamber, where f IS years James Mackav has sat. Tl council meeting was called to order 1 Mayor Langley and routine busine was transacted, including the custoni arv resolution for the bonding of cit offices and granting jurisdiction of th state to first and second constables, Mate highway aid was invoked it a resolution calling for $2,300. It waf urged upon the eouncil that care ana economy have to be exercised becausft economy would have to be exercised! because of the heavy expenditures anc because of the possibility of a low grand list. Keast President of Aldermen. On the adjournment of the council Clerk Smart called the aldermen to or tier, and that lwdy organized by elect ing Alderman F.dwin Keast as presi dent and Alderman Waldren Shield ai vice-president. Rules were adopted standing Committees were named, ap pointments were made and a permit was given to George Halvosa to movt a henhouse on Camp street. All the appointments made wert unanimously confirmed, and they art as follows: Superintendent of streets, A. A Freeman. Inspector of buildings. George M Rand. Inspector of wires, P. M. Gilbert son. ' City engineer. .Sidney Lee Ruggles. Board 0 health, Angelo C. Calderari and John it. MeLeod. Water superintendent, Sidney Let Ruggles. City weighers, C. W. Clifford and Frank Chase. Inspectors of wood, lumber and shin gles, Harry F. Johnson and Fred L Sargent. Inspector of food. Dr. J. H. Wood run. Fence viewer. C. C. Varnev and J. C Harris. Inspector of pa nt, H. F. Colby. Pound -keepers, H. C. Leonard am F. A. Slavtun. Park commissioner, J. B. Sanqui tti for three ears and Maurice G U-tkins for two years. 1 1 ,B cta,i mir e.imtTi it reus of th nil I council are: Standing Committees Charities Keast. Met 'art v. Ossola. Cemeteries Oss,la, Shield. McCarty Kleetioni Mcl'artv, 'ennT, Keast. Finiinee Shield. Rogers. Keast. Fire -Rogers. Keast, Venner. Health Venner. Keast Shield. License--Venner, Met arty, Ossola. Library Shield,. McCarty, Venner. Lights Rogers. Keast, Ossola. Leg'slative Ossoln, Venner, Rogers Printing McCarty, Venner, Rogers Property McCarty, Shield. Ossola. Police Venner, Keast. Rogers. Street Keast. McCarty, Ossola. Supplies Roger, Shield. McCarty. Salaries Ossoln, Shield, Rogers. Water Shield. Venner. Rogers. EXPRESSES APPRECIATION. jrfefe Thanks Vetera for Support no Wishes Success to Administration. T the voter of the city of Barre: j I w -ih to thank the voter who sup- 1 for successful tear. Mil had Keefe. Statement by H. W. Scott, th-sire to sin.-erely thank every I one who in anv manner aided in my r.indid.icv for city clerk and treasurer. Now that a majority have selected Mr. Smsr'it is our duty to aid and support Inm in hi jierformanee of th arduous duties of the utm-e. IL William S.it. Thanks Hia Supporters. To the Voter of Ward 3: With one of the l:irgt tote ever cast in the ward, a majority .f th toter favored the candidate of the lalx.r party and I bespeak for Mr. Venner the hearty support of the voter of va Trii .1. and at thi time tle.iie a!-o to smerrelv thiffik mv f rien I who supported n jls.th in the eaiicu and at tlw" p.. 11. j U R. TTiitchin-.n. i Labor Solidarity Indicated. Says Iron- i Side. Al-x Irons... Aver crft. Kcte f Af-pTecatteii. -a to thank nt heart ly tS . a-i I f-:MJ f war! 3. f..r the.r ft .i i- . the ',.- ! pe. -t rs I. I !'" th.- t .ir.ets. S'.'phtB R at.