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VERMONT, VOL. XXV. No, 109. BARHE, "FRIDAY?. JULY 22, 1921. PRICE, TWO CENTS. THE BROWNIE" KENNEDY'S DEPOSITION S TOLEN BY MEN WI TH G UNS TRUCE WILL . BE KEPI UP Although .There Has Been a Halt In Negotia tions - Special . Investigator For Attorney General Allen , In the Prosecution ' of ' Case Against District ; Attorney Tufts Held Up i ln Methuen, and His Companion Beaten vain search instituted' FOR BANDITS Attorney General Allen Declares That the "Mat ter Is Not One of Im portance" Whereabouts j " of Former Mistress of Mishawum Manor House Uncertain mately that amount in several install mcnta. The whereabouts of "Brownie" Ken nedy has been understood vto be in doubt for several months. She has been variously reported in Oklahoma, at Now erk, bound for fcurope, ana at an unnamed flare near city. She was formerly a resident in cities and towns in eastern Massachusetts, but almost invariably those who knew her in other years have said they un derstood she was maintaining none of ber former New England connections. Police Find No Proof of Story. The police of Haverhill and Law rence were engaged in an investiga tion of ,the affair to-day. They were unable to And any clue to the high waymen's automobile described by Holmes and Kelley, examination of the place where they said the hold-up oc curred developing no marks to as gist in running the car down. Officials of both cities aaid they were investigating various details of the accounts given by the men. i-ap-tain I. D. Hovey of" the local police said that the inquiry of that depart ment had developed nothing to sub stantiate the story. FRENCH TROOPS AWAIT WORD They. Are Ready On Rhine . to Proceed to Upper .Silesia Haverhill, Mass., July 22. A hold up and robbery in which was stolen a deposition by "Brownie" Kennedy, for mer mistress of Mishawum Manor, a Woburn road house, for use by Attor ney General Allen in the supreme court proceedings looking to the re - moval of District Attorney Tufts, was reported to the' local police early to flay. The report was made- by men who said they were the agents of the attorney general and their status was confirmed by the, attorney general himself. The agents said they thought thev had wounded one of the three , men, concerned in the rdhbery Thomas J. Holmes of East Boston, special investigator of the attorney general in the Tufts case, made the report to the police. He said the de pokition was obtained yesterday from "Brownie" Kennedy that, with 'George Kelley of Wakefield, h was "bringing it by automobile to Boston, and was 00 the Methuen-Ayer village road in the former city when the hold-up oc cWred Some distance back on the road they had noticed machine following them Beyond Scotland hill the car came up 'and went ahead. It was swung across the road and (topped, Holmes said three men jumping out and lining up In front of the barrier, each with gun in hand. One of the men demanded tha papers that ha was carrying, pressing his weapon against Holmes' heart, the agent told the police. He delaked I moment, then handed over the depo sition. The papers obtained, the high vavmen turned toward their car. Holmes said he and Keller jumped put of their automobile, Keiley firing at one of the men. He struck him. he was certain. Th robber turned back, knocked Jellev down, disarmed him and re turned to their automobile. It wa pnlv few moments before the high waymen were off up the road in their automobile, i The highwaymen had made no at tempt to disable the agents' car and thev followed them at soon as they rould. For an hour they sought to pick up the trail, but lot it and re turned to the scene of the hold-up, they said. There search was made for Keller's revolver, but it could not ht found and Holmes aid he went Immediately after that to the Haver hill police station. ' To Captain . A. Sullivan, he pre sented credentials as special agent of the attorney general, sid he was car - ry'r, deposition by "Brownie" Ken nedy that had been taken from him. related the story of'tbe hold up, and asked for assistance n running down the robber's. Captain Sullivan said he communicated at once with the attor s ney general, who confirmed the ,fact that Holmes was in his erice and a Search was begun.' It developed no trace of the fugitives, although ex-! V tended to Lawrence on one side and over a wide territory on the other J Folic and hospital authorities in many places were notined to be on the look out for a party such a Holmes and - Keller decribed. including a man probably wounded in the groin. Keller had a scratched face and a Imise front tooth to show for the as sault on lum. Holmes was uninjured. T "Brow-aie" Kennedy's Location in Donbt. The Mishawum Manor ce, in con nection with which Attorney (General Allen has Mnight a deposition from "Brownie" Kennedy, has been a center of popular interest and of judicial consideration in the" charges on which Mr. Allen hs 5.ed a petition for District Attorney Tufts' removal. It concerns party at Mi'buuiti Minor. a ttoMiri r1 hotie. of which Brownie" was the head, in March. r HI7. attended by Hiram Abram. Adolph Zukor, Jesse Laky and oth er prominent in the motion picture world. Complaint were made f the action of the men and women pres ent. The attorney general aUer that District Attorney Tuft entered into conspiracy with certain attorney and other by which. u-.tT threat V prosecution, HaiKifl was extnfted from the mtfci pwlur Magnate. A AUTO THEFT CASES WERE k TO BE PUT ON FILE Testified Sergeant Timothy Sheehan in the Tuftt Case. Boston, July 22. District Attorney Nathan A. Tufts of Middlesex county said certain automobile theft conspira cy cases against two men understood to be clients of his predecessor would be put on file, according to testimon to-dav bv Sergeant Timothy Sheeha of the Boston police before the full bench of the supreme court in proceed ings to oust Tufts from office, bpee nan a testimony was introduced to aup frort Attorney General J. Weston Al pn'a charges that Tufts failed to ap prehend and arraign certain defendant secretlr indicted in his jurisdiction Sheehan said that former District Attorney William Corcoran, named bv the attorney general as conspirator with Tufts in certain case and who he understood was counsel for Geerge J'erry and John M. Barry, the men indicted in the case, wa present at a conference between Tufta, Assistant District Attorney Fosdick and himself when the district attorney said the cases would be riled. Corcoran asked Sheehan what he thought of the cases, and the policeman replied that he awavs regarded an in dicted man as guilty, Sheehan testified. adding that a man named Rice had made a confession involving Perry and Jianiel K. (ollaraore in the matters. Sheehan brought the confession to the attention of Assistant District At torney Fosdick, he said. , One of the stolen automobiles in volved in the cases formerly belonged iu i lie rrince oi riam, fwieenan said. The charge against Tufta in eon nection with the alleged conspiracy are, first, that in order to avoid pres sure brought to bear on him to bring certain indicted persons to trial, he paid money to the person demanding inais. ana, second, mat he delayed the prosecution of an indictment and pro tected the defendants from prosecution. Sheehan said the warrants for the ar rest of Perry and Barrr were given him on September 10, 1018, that he went to Perry's office but did not find them; and that when he returned to his office he was ordered to give them back. The warrants were in hi pos session only two hour. Did either Mr. Tuft or Mr. Fosdick everhsk you for any further informa tion ?"' "No." Sheohan said. Vnder cross examination Sheehan said Perry and Barry were available ny time and that an indictment against them had leen returned also in Esse county. Tuft' counsel then offered r -ords to show that this in dictment had been placed on Jil. Jn Suffolk county the grand jury faill to return true bills. Sheehan aiJ. The district attorney was present at tue time while he was telling As sistant District Attorney Fotdick about the rases. Sheehan said.- He wouldnt ay that Tufts was listening. I lie witness said lie thought Cor coran as attorney for Perry and Barry had said that his -clients would make restitution if their guilt was proved to Tufts' satUfactiort. The attorney general conceded that the caes still are pending. The court rater ruled that the Es ex county nroceeiB ngs were remote from the iife. BRITISH REPLY IS AWAITED As Soon As That Is Re ceived Marching Orders Will Be Given 1 Parie, July 22., (By the Associated J'ress) the departure lor Upper M lesia of a French division in readiness on the Rhine was said in official circles this afternoon to be a question of 48 hour. The government will await a reply to the note handed to Great Britain. Afterwards, it is forecast, marching or der will be given the division, which will proceed for Silesia by rail through Germany. FRANCE RESPONSIBLE SAyS GERMANY If a Polish Insurrection Breaks Out in Upper Si lesia. . Berlin, July 22. France will be re sponsible if a Polish insurrection breaks out in upper Silesia, declares Minister tjf the Interior Gradnauer in a statement published by the Tage- biatt to-day. . "Only a speedy decision regarding upper MIesia can avert a great disas ter," the minister says. "The situation in upper Silesia i critical. A Polish insurrection can only break out if France desire it and brines it about. "It is hard to believe that Faris se riously credits Germany with menacing scheme. Jn reality, so tar as th symp tom complained of in the French note are concerned, it ia a matter of the German population of upper Silesia, da siring to be not altogether defenseless in the event of further Tolish attack. "When a decision come on the upper Miesian question, the iteichswehr will have to be on the spot to replace the retiring allied troops in order to eope with any Polish plans for violence." ITALY SENDS NOTE. CHEERFUL TONE - . 'IS MAINTAINED "WOMEN GETTING WORSE WITH EVERY GENERATION," SAYS 91-YEAR-OLD MAN Chicago, July 22. Ambrose J. Roe, 91 years old, granted a de cree of divorce from his third wife, asserted to-day that "wom en are getting worse with every generation." "My first wife was pretty good,' he said. "My second wa just medium and the thiol no good at all." He. asserts that he is through with them all. I ' ' ' ' - tions to which Ireland had" been sub jected before the truce by the English government. The Irish Times consider that' the public will derive satisfaction from the fact that the proposal submitted emanated from the coalition cabinet which Mr. De Valera did not feel justi nod in immediately turning down. "Thia indicates," adds the newapa tj t..i oav.v. .o- t in. I per, a great advance, wnicn we -wust , , . . will not be countered by gathering terest m Irmli affairs wad transferred forces of reaction during thee unfortu to Dublin to-day with the departure nate, if necessary, periods of delay." of Rantnnn Do Valera and his cabinet ... t ...t 4 AWAIT IRISH REPLY De Valera Returns to Dub lin With Lloyd George's Document The Irish leader is Uking with him Before Making Public the' Terms Of a document he received yesterday Jrom j fered By British. r" r ' i 2 I-. -luly 22, (Br the 'Associated British prime mimster, , setting forth Thc ritjsh; vernmenf. definite proposal by the British gov-1 proposals to TCamonn De Valera for crnment as a ettlcment of the Irish peace m Ireland probably m ill not be problem " " marte public until a definite reply to Theai nrnrtrMnu will hp allhmitterf to I 1 . - ' - - t t - - - - - I J , -... . 41. . LnnAH in fc iri.ru iK.iii iiic mini rriu irm-ia in member of the Ihnl Eireann awell Dublin, it wa stated in official cir- as other prominent Irish republicans, cles here this afternoon and Mr. Lloyd George will liear from time to time 'how the discissions ire proceeding. Later, Mr. De Valera will return to London for further conver sation, and Sir James Craig, the Ul ster premier, may re-enter the nego tiation at this time. r fWO MORE ARRESTS For Alleged Connection With Rob beriea in Western Vermont, Burlington, July 22.-Jack Young, It is authoritatively stated that fheh""tT, f Winooaki, waa arrested ye- ruce in Ireland will continue for 'an ndefinite period, thus convincing the most skeptical that the faction still are far from discouraged. terday together with Homer (known, lo cally "Bud I Jiaher, in connection ith the wholesale robberies in this sectiosi which have been going on dur London newspapers thi morning ,ne month. It ie thought that Concentration of German Troop Cen- aidered Dangerou. Rome, July 21. The Tribuna to day say an Italian note to Germany regarding the upper Silesian trouble declare the question should he uh- mitted to the allied supreme council. The note adds, according to the Trih una, that concentration of German roops in the upper Silesian region is considered dangerous. take an exceedingly cheerful view of the entirt situation, refusing even to anticipate the probability of a breakdown. Just how much the hostility of Ul- Sterite mefnber of the House of Com mon affect the government Is not yet apparent.- The Times aya it i not to be under-etimated, and adds, "Cer tainly the relief and eatisf Jction which would be produced by a settlement along any lines would sweep the op position aside and giv- th$ government overhauling jn Plattsburg. X. Y., through evide overwhelming authority to conclude fond bv afat oKwlt.K ,i( HIP l I nnffriiir ill. IMMEDIATE FUTURE UNCERTAIN, with their arrest the gang which ha ueen oparaung in incse pari is prau ticallv broken up. The list of robberies began with the theft of an automobile from Kmile Chevalier several weeks ago, the rob bcra reprenenting themselves as federal revenue officer. - The. breaka at the Milton and Winooski railroad station are also credited to thi gang. Young is being held especially on sus picion of being connected with the theft of the automobile from Chevalier. Fish er ia a local hack man. He was arrested idence ded by Central Vermont Policeman'Hodge and American Railway Express Police man Gibbon. Declared De Valera in Speech to Irish Supporters. ; Xondon, July 22.-Kamonn he Valera GREEKS HAVE TA KEN J0,00Q PRISONERS arrived at Tsston station shortly after 8 o'clock this morning to take the 8:30 .. Bj,ht Wi, . N PjlB.rt train for Dublin. To newspapermen . who prese4 him for an interview he said. Although the immediate fiitttre i uncertain, w have perfect confidence in the ultimate uccft of our ene. cd to Bare Cut Off Turkish Re treat Towird Angora. Smyrna, July 21 (By the Associated Presi. An important encircling move BET PLACING DESCRIBED Witness Tells How Abe At tell and Louis Levi Bet on Cincinnati THEY TOOK TURNS AT PUTTING UP COIN The 1919 JVorld Series Case Goes Into the In timate Details Chicaeo. July 22. The first story of the actual placing of bet during the 1919 world' eerie by men charged with the alleged conspiracy for White Sox player to throw the game wa told from the witness tand in the baseball trial to-day by John O. Seya, secretary of th Chicago National League club. Mr. Seys identified lui Levi, ol fco- komo, Ind., and Des Moine, Iowa, a defendant, a one of the bettere. Seya said he and Clark Griffith, manager of the Washington baseball team, held stakes ftr bet made by Abe Attell and Levi.' Sevs testified he met Attell in the Sintoir-hotel in Cincinati the night be fore the first game. Attell and Levi were taking turna making bet-that Cincinnati would win in the flrat game, giving odd of tJ to 5, and that Cincin nati would win the aerie, he eaid.( Sera said he field beta for Attell and Levi totalling $2,250. When MONTPELIER City Council Hold Montpelier Paring Bonds at Home. Bid wer Awarded thi morning by the city council for the sale of $55,000 worth of bonds, with interest- at five per cent. The Capital Savings Bank & Trust Co. took $M,000, although it is understood that they bought in part for individuals; the Jlontpeaer -crav ings Bank ft Trust Co. took $13,000; Mrs. Julia F. Parrot $1,000, and Mrs. Mareraret Rogers $1,000. There were several bids from Boston bond houses but they -were all below five per cent and were rejected, i ne Donas are is sued to take care of additional street puring recently ordered. Demit r Probation .Officer Charles A. Smith ha .iusfc- compteted the arrest of Hugh McGinnis for breach of his probation. He was originally sentenced to state' prison for non-support of his family. He wa later released on pro bation, a provinion of which stated he should not visit Plain field. McGinnis hired a team to go to Plainfleld to-day and, the governor's warrant for re-arrest and commitment was made and the man goes back to etate' prison without trial. I ALL MILLS INTERVIEWED MAJ. CAMPBELL ' ASKS PRIVACY In Beginning Testimony About Charge of Mrs. Bergdoll HE HAD NAMES : TO BE TURNED IN Declares It a "Frightful Misfortune" He Wasn't On Hand at Start As to Their Position On Dyestuffs Sec tion of Tariff BilL Boston, July 22. A letter seeking the opinion of the textile industry on the dyestuffs section of the tariff bill now before Congress, waa sent to-day to all cotton and woolen manufacturers in the I'nited States. It was signed by Edwin Farnham Greene, treasurer of the Pacific Mill; Francia W. Fabyan, of Bliss, Fabyan and company, and Robert Amory, of Amory, Brown and ompany, a committee appointed, by s small group of manufacturers. "In view of the great importance of this legislation, both to the textile nin I manufacturers of the country-and the rom Washington named A. T. Hen- mn.umimr public, some protective dri.ks. objected to Seys holding hia mPllsureg may be necessary" says the liet the stakes were given to Clark I rtter. ". s ' " ninth to hold, ey testified. I his n,i committe heliv thoroughly bet wa for $K)0 out up bv Attell to I .k. o:..v,.n. nu..r . t . i in 1 lir nu ir-ui'i.t. , .im ... no.. va w u . - nj i ti ' . . . -11 i . . : . I . - . . "cum I. , Aiuw Demi. i'!"1, adequate protective tariff for the dve- Crncinnati would win the first game. tuffs jd,ftry. but in ita judgment the n noiagrapn oi canceura iraveners ra . at on now nrononed in the form of checK put up by Hendricks were pre- an embargo against certain dyestuffs, senieo as evmence. rh in drut r in ita nature. ha not. An intimation that Attell may not L.n oiv-n nffiii.nt tndr to virrut have been Aiught iy the gambler in ,t enai tment without further and mor the third game came when eya testified careful consideration that Attell told him he w a not betting "The committee ia not necessarily on Cincinnati in e third game aa opposing the present legislation but he' thought pitcher Dick Kerr would He an expression of opinion from the in for Chicago. whole industry aa to what course Will Burns, the tate witness, had .honld h nuraued to nrnteet not nnl testified that Atitell told him he had iir own interesta but those of our lost a lot of money on the third game, customer. tninKing tne piaver would throw it Seys then testified to paying some -, . .. . , of Levi' and Attell's bets in CTiicaeo 1 ixljUCjAjcj Ut tiUKi tii ie da? of the third game. ?er alsa identified Ben Levi, broth er of Louis, and also a defendant, as one of the men making bets. HAS BEEN ORDERED ORDNEY BILL NOW GOES TO SENATE A lew minute later ne iooo up m I m.. K um i:r..k rin-, .fn. I. , m carriage to address me large crown purred here to have cut the retreat, of oi innnminuMim. r,ica mui th . Turkish nationalists toward An gor from EkiShehr, the railway junction poiat captured by the Greek in tbeir sweeping offensive, Tuesday evening. Thi turning movement is be jng carried out to the south and east of Kski-Shehr. , The Eski-Shebr defensive line the station. Firt in Irish then in Eng lish he thanked them for coming out so early In the morning to hid him good-bye, and sid everywhere! he went he found the same enthusiasm for Sinn Fein, which only a just cauM could in spire. i BEUrf pi-rirci iy rriiitin Tir unq L'n t.. i , ... -.- , - aa-a i i.w-,ip mij(iiiii ntjrc i.orr in win raiij io.nr moBth ago the first Greek offenive SLASH SALARIES OF RAILROAD OFFICERS s Reduction of $5,000,000. a Year Is Expected to Be Made. of ATTORNEY GENERAL NOT DISTURBED Declares Lom of Deposition is Not Important in the Tufts Case. Boston, July 22. Attorney (ieneral Allen "to day characterized a not of importance the incident reported to in volve robbery of a deposition by "Brownie" Kennedy. The attorney gea". eral wh wa preparing to continue 'cementation of hi charge of irregu arity against District Attorney Tulta. before the supreme court, Mui: "I have no statement to make on the matter eraue I have no information on it other than from the pre. Inn- far a the present case is concerned I think the matter is not one of im portance." At the attorney general'e off- it ia eaid that Ibilmes had offered hi teniae to Mr. Allen several ek gn, s-avifig he couM get important in fnrmtii on a rtin phae of the Tufts ce. This phaae miH to in volve Brnt ritr" Kennedy. Hi oer a acrrr-tcd. and the attorney rrm - eral kn recyie1 reports from him from tim Intisie. Revnnd thi infrtrtrafiMi j . i ii . . ' nrjwuirn mnmn t rrrwsiri w at lJe Mate ta ild : Uft we k to W ther ji tvoti- cue the matter to day. New York. July 2'. Financial cir- . . i ie estimated to-day that the-eipenes railroads throughout the I nitcd Htate would be reduced shortly $.'i,- 000.000 a year by 10 per cent reduction salaries of executive and suner- lsory officer. Five large systems al ready have made such a reduction and others are eipected to follow suit. I he salary total of railroad' presi dents is estimated at lA.noo.OOO; six executives in New York alone receiv ing $."iO,000 or more a year. The amount paid to general officer during lO'O was approximately $2.',000,000 and that paid to other officer about the same. BOSTON WOMAN HONORED. Presented Medals by French Govern ment for Service in War. ime to accomplish but success Ortain y will come. Of that I am confident," he said. Cheering and singing, the crowd sur rounded the train. Just as it. was steaming out an old Irish woman made her way to the front and shouted. "Ood bles you sir, Ireland needs you," which Dp Valera acknowledged by smi'ing and waving his hand. ULSTER CABINET CONSIDERS TERMS was checked, i now declared to he completely isolated and the Turks within the area in question are con liderrd to be virtually prisoner. The numner or iurkish prisoner actually in iireeic hands rS reached 3n.MX, it wa stated here to-day. Mustapha Keinal Pasha, the Turk ish nationalist leader, is said to have esvaped the encircling movement and to be fleeing toward Angora. Here in Smyrna the population is en thusiastically celehrating the Greek victory. The Greek w arships in the narnor nren a ceienrative salute at Qrhii-k w tr. .t.. . n. I midday. v 4iv u . V ivnuivu V J w Bill, i , - ; . ' , . . I King Constant ine. who is now hurry- By Premier Lloyd ing on to Kutaia. is being enthusias Georje. Belfast, July 22 (By the Associated Press. A copy of 'the Irish peace term- handed by Premier Lloyd George to.Eamonn De'VnJera yesterday, wa placed before and considered bv the Ulster cabinet today. No opinion on the House Immigration Committee Asks terms was requested ly he Hnti.li cut. Department ,. FuPBi.h prime minister, it is stated, and none ha been given. Diplomatic Correspondence. ticallv cheered everywhere on the way, JAPAN AGREEMENT v OBJECT OF INQUIRY "HIGGLING" IS CRITICIZED. Tari, July 22 (By the Asociated Pre). The Journal Ofticiel to-day publishes a list of person who have been awarded ratdal by the govern ment a a mark of gratitude for work performed for France in connection with post-war relief activitim. A browse medal is givin to Mr Constance Sargent, Boton, Mas. Amonr others receiving decoration i Contance Hall, Cambridge, Msm.. for gathering clothing for French rhil dren. MACMILLAN LEASES HALIFAX. Will Call at Sydney En Route to Baf fin Land. Halifax. X. S July 22. The schoon er Bowdoin, carrying DonaldJ B. Mac MWlan and six companion on n two year exploration trip in the far ucrth, left Halifax to-day and i expected to call at Sydney. The Bodom reached Halifax Tu- -day from Wiscasvt, Me, and wa held here hy thick weather. C. S. CRUISES AT HAVRE T Take Part in French Celebration Next Week. Ht. July Vk-Admi-iJ Albert P. Xiblk of the Cnrted tT? nsv arrived her tn-dav with hi fiarship. in rrair i n iMi'r. to partK-ipate in WaTjington, I). C, July 2J. The I subject of the understanding with Ja- Belfast News Letter Says Government in '"T8 rUt7 ? 'he control of M Japanese emigration to the I nited j..u.i. rum. Sutr wi1 invtip,,, hy th4 Belfast, July 22. What may be eon- Houe immigration committee, ' which sidered a typical I'lster view of the. to-day adopted a resolution request Irih situation, is given to-day by th ing the state department to furnish It Belfast Xews Letter:- with the diplomatic correspondence we are convinced, it says, that I leading up to the agreement. until the government present a defi iite. final decision, that admit of no higgling, to the Sinn Fein leader they will continue to persist in demanding the Impossible, even with threats, as already are being indulged in, over the rnsibility of the negotiations being roken off. They cannot be blamed for thi unyielding attitude for the fault for this lie in the government own indetermined, feeble action." The Xorthern Whig expresses the opinion that if Mr De Valera, returns to London to inform Lloyd George that he b brought bati for oerotiatiors or i anitoim to rem. the search for one, an anxious time for the northern loyalist will emu. L DUBLIN PRESS HOPEFUL. Believe the Conversations Will Be R- , sumed. Dublin. Ju't 21 (Br the AocUtd Pr. 'Belief that the eonvertion betwoen 1JWm He Valera and Pre nW Unyd Oorte will he resumed is eipreH by the Freeman' Journal in it cr-osmeni en the peace negotiations to-day. The interview between the two mn in Iindnn retterdsy evident ly wit their last, the newspaper ay vwe unnr, at any rate, seem eer- LARGE ESTATE INDICATED. After Pas&ate By House, 189 to 127, the Bill Is Expected to Be Sub , jected to Much Delay. Washington, D. C, July 22. Passed h ka H,.,io kr rnli r.1 -0 in lt? the Fordney tariff bill was expected to I t,t'r X- K He ha1 bf'en trdit- Canadian Government Takes Action On German Who Tried to Blew Up Bridfe. Ottawa, July 22. The "government baa ordered the release of Werner Horn, a German who tried to Wow up the international railway bridge at Vance boro, Maine, during the war and who on October 31, 1919, wa sentenced to serve ten years in the prison at Dor- reach the Senate finance committee tolled to Canada after serving time as a result of bis conviction in the federal court at Boston CHECKERBERRY OIL DEADLY. day, where it will be subjected to open hearings and an mlehnne stay in com mittee. Although Chairman Penrose stated the hearings probably would be rnet, many leading Republicans pre dieted to day that revenue revision I one Man Dead and Another in Critical legislation, neanng on wnicn win he rmA-- begun bv the ways and mean com- vu"li'l'v'- mittee. Tuesday would reach the presi-1 Augu-O. Me., July 22. The county aent aneaa or tne urm tun. authontfe have begun an mveetiga Seven RepuBTTcan voted against the tion of the cause of the death of Fordney bill on its adoption by the Charlea H. Cullin, jr., of Bangor, which notice yesterday, wnne the same num- occurred at a local hospital yesterday her of Democrats supported it. Before The instigation ha brought out taxing nnai aciion on tne nin, wnicn is I the fa that 1 ulnn, in company with estimated by ( hairman Fordney to Earl Freeman of this city, purchased rie approximaVely a half biilion dol-jfour ounce of oil of checkerberry at lar in revenue annually, the House de-1 a lo-al Atms store and, after mixinir reatea a iemocratic motion to recom- it with ginger ale, drank it mit the measure within instruction to Cullin started to walk to the state strike out its American valuation and camp ground to attend the reunion of reciprocal valuations. i the lO.Td infantry when he wa pu ked ny a nnai vote in the House proper I uo and sent to the hospital. on the five contested schedule of the! An autopsy ws performed last eve bill, oil,-hides, cotton and asphalt j-1 ning on Cullin' -body. Freeman is in a mttined on the tree list against a de- critical condition. termined fight to tax them, while the Longworth dye embargo provision wa thrown out bv a vote of 2(m to 193. The Democratic minority aided by Re publicans diitsatisfied with some of the bill s provisions, engineered a victory on each of the items, the way and means Other Members of th Party Are to Be Washington, D. C, Jul ".. Major. Bruce R. Campbell, ur''$o by Mr. Emma C. Bergdoll of ing accepted $5,000 to aid her i :t non to' es cape, appeared be', the House in vestigating corxee to-day. - and asked for a pr' mT7 executive ses sion, oi? In denyin',iy? charge and declar ing that he ,ired the fullest publici ty, Major Campbell said he wanted to present name of witnesses the wished called but did not want printed at . this time. ' - "I came here just as soon a I could," the major said, "and it wa a frightful misfortune that I ws not here when the charge against me were presented." j The committee ordered the room cleared. TO OPERATE IN ST. ALBANS. Champlain Motor Co. Files Articles of ' Association. - - The Champlain Motor Col of St. AN ban ha filed articles of association in the office of secretary of state for the purpose of conducting business in St Albans. The capital stock i $150.- 000 and th paper are signed by C. R. Smith, 8. M. Driscold and C. D. Watson of St Albans and B, S. Cutting of Burlington. ' The Weaver Shoe Co. oj Hethel ha certified that of its $15,000 capital stock the entire amount has been paid up. NEW SUITS ENTERED. H. M. Farnham Is Plaintiff Against Hosanna Quierly. H. M. Farnham has brought suit against Hosanna Quierly and fi!ed the same in county court. Guy J. Xewell has charged John F. Benjamin with, breach of contract and filed the same in the same court. J. C. Green ha brought euit against the Little Woolen Co. W. S. Smith vs. R. C. Waterman is also filed. HARDINGS CONSIDERING WEEK-END CAMP TRIP committee losing out on three of the five amendments laid before the House. More than 200 minor committee amend ment also were put through, being voted in a Dloex. TO RESUME EFFORT. To Raise th Schooner Esperanto Off Sable Island. Gloucester, Mass. Julv 22. The r.-l. ".ki ahi-h .11. tried to .alv.ge off Sable Island thJ day by motor, but it was decided later unken American hooner Esperanto, inner of the international fisher Harvey S. Firestone, Henry Ford and Thomas A. Edison. Washington, D. C, July 22. Presi dent and Mrs. Harding are considering an invitation to join a camping party, composed of Harvey S. Firestone, Hen rv Ford and Thomas A. Edison over tnis week-end at some unannounced place not far from Washington. The nrst plan tor tne trip provided that the preident should leave here to- Birre Boys Play in Faat Company. The Fairbanks team of St. Johns- bury, augmented bv "Eddy" Goode,'th Harvard varsity pitching. ace who de feated Yale in "the big college game of he past season, McLoughlin, the Ford- ham university first basemen, wio ha been playing with Attleboro this sea- ion, John Conlon of Winchester, the. Harvard varsity shortstop, who 1a rated very high in college baaebnll, St. Angelo, who trained with the Cub in their southern trip thj spring. Dow ney, an outfielder in the Textile league in 'New Hampshire, and Chick Davie, the former Connie Mack aouthpaw, proved too strong for the Newport ag gregation Wednesday afternoon on the latter home ground and, under the management of Hoernle, the old God dard coach, put -over a ft to 1 defeat to Newport. Locally, interest is quite keen about thi St. Johnsbury club since three members of the squad are popular in Barre and several others have a good "rep" in New England baseball circles. Two of the lads are Barre bo vs. Ber- nr Starr, who ia playing wonderful ball under the coaching of. Hoernle though but 10 year old. and "Dutchy" KicciarcIIi, who is playing second base. Starr caught Davie in thi game on Wednesday and Riccrarelli wa like wie in the lineup, ech getting a hit from the eervings.of Skelton. "Nelt" Brown wa in this lineup 'also but did not tome in for any ne of the four hits allowed bv the southpaw Davie, ho player! a wondefu! field, game a well as pttcning in stellar form. When Will of Gen. Charles H. Taylor Waa Allowed in Court. Rnitntl .lulir 9- Tk M-itl ryf late General Charles H. Taylor, editor " added to her equi And publisher1 of the Boston ft lobe, 111 ""P Halifax, N. waa allowed in the probate court to day. The three eiecutor each gave bond of five million dollar. They are Frederick E. Snow, Mtthew C. Armstrong and William O. Taj lor, a son. and TWENTY WIRE DROWNED When Caaght By Under-Tew Swept Inttf Deep Water. Houston. Teas. July 22. Twenty persons r more, mostly children, were drowned while bathing in tl.e gulf near Fnlaeiou late yesterday, ac ceding to word received here lt night. AH are said to hate been d le gate Jo the Paptit Young Peop! I moo convention at Plact. Later report receited raid that 13 of tk bodie had bru taken from the gulf and brcBijfht I .arte to palactos. The eeurtontl were ia battling man' racing cup last year. here from Boston to-day, refitted to start to-morrow on second expedi tion to raise the little vesseL A wireles outfit has been installed on the Fabia, and six pontoon an ed ition to the ten already aboard he pment. She ts., to tak on two more diver for the work, her captain eaid. that he couM not get away from hi office before to-morrow. He mar join the j I party in time for to-morrows lunch arrived I r MLLE. LENGLEN DELAYS. JOHNSON W ELCOMED BY GOTHAM NEGROES 4 Weannf Checkered Suit of Hijk Visi bility and With Bald Heal Glisten ing. He Was Easily Marked. New York. July 22 Jack Johnson arrived in New iork to-day and waa we'enmed with much ado by in.unn ne- groe. To bra band b!ared forth as the pugilist stepped from a train from ( hi-g". A prde was imwediite'v started up Lenox aenu. Johnvn hein'ac crnr psmed by Sam McVey and Joe! ,trnete. aiso pnril't. .lhnoa beamed t every direct -m. He wnrea Will Not Sail from France Until July 30. Paris. July 22. The departure for the I'nited States of Mile. Smanne Lenglen, holder of the world' tennis championship tor women, 1i been postponed until July 30, according to the Auto. Mile. Lenglen had intended to sail to-morrow. The res on for her delay is not known. CLAIMS NEARLY ALL ACTED ON As Presented in tb War Risk Insur ance Bureau. Washington. I. V, July 22.-Announcing to-day the completion of a drive to oettle all claim of former Spoitwnen't Hotel Directory. H. P. Sheldon, fish and game eom- miosioner, is preparing a sportemena hotel directory for use in hi office and to be published in the burning guide of the Out ing Publishing com pany. This will give men who want to en joy Vermont hunting a knowledge of a place to etay when in the ste. Mr. Sheldon ha also published a notice to guests which gives them informa tion relative to the law which govern the hunting and fishing by person who wide outside the etate and wh come here for a season or few weeks. OHIO MAN CHOSEN To Head U. S. Shipping Boaxd't Claim Commission. Washington. D. C. Jti'v 22. Walter D. Meals, former associate justice of the Oiiio appellate, court, it wa an nounced to-day by Chairman Lasker of the shipping board, has been appointed hy President Harding to head th beard' rlim commission to eett.'e rlaim aggregating 2ll.00O.O0f aaninst the hoard. BIT TWO GUARDS, service men pending in the war risk When Removed t Death Honse to insurance bureau. Director Forbes eaid ! p riecfrwcnti all laim hd hen acted upon eicept those of current nlinr. which won Id re ceive actinei within the next 24 hour. CeeliB(. Xt enivd hiving Mr lhi4Vih rhkered etlrf of hith i btiity and hila our quet durirg the hot weather. I l- v 77 . OT BKJ ,a T,a- " ""B'lBue. -there can be no r- nl were catgM ia a strong under t-w t)d heal glistened in The snn'.rHl A l mttff o he snth turn to the moatroui, umuual condi- ni ej-t vt int 4p water. tsnqiKt foliowed the r-k. frst."- B-stn Trasjui. tv.mtcr. X- Y, Ju'y 22. John Bul go. who murdered an aged couple in a Brkcrn apartment on Ju'y . 1 ), was electrocuted Ut night at F'ng Sipg. He battled fime!y with four guard when he was removed t the new death bone earlv veeterdav. Te awf l guard were hitten h-f-we tSey ewr po erad h.m. '