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; THE "BARME . DAILY: .TIMES VOL. XXV. No. 183. BARRE, VERMONT, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1921, PRICE, TWO CENTS. PROPOSE TROOPS USEOF FOR OPERA TING TRAINS IN CASE OF BIG STRIKE (ENDURING BOND WITH BRITISH Doctrine Pronounced By President Harding at Yorktown JVIeairwhile . the Prospects for Settlement of Trou ble on the Nation's .. Transportation Systems k Were Growing Brighter ! at Strike Center in Chi : cago "BIG FIVE" HEADS IN CONFERENCE THREE GROUPS ARE HOLDING CONFERENCES 'in Freight Rate .Reductions Eomivalent to 12 Per Cent Wage Reduction ? Ordered July 1 Wil Probably Be Basic Sug gestion to End the Trou ble '.. ' Chican, Oct. 19 (By the Associated Fress). The first of a aeries of con ferences Chicago at which represen tatives of all factions in the railroad strike situation may decide the out come of the strike call issued by the Big Four Brotherhoods for Oct. 30, be iran here to-day. . .. continue over the week end. ''".' Three group meetings are scheduled (I) Executives of the shopmen, main tcnance of way workers, clerks, teleg raphers and others, meet to-day, to morrow, Friday and Sunday to decide their attitude toward the announced strike of the train service employe. t with indications of a final decision at a r" joint conference Sunday. ' (2 Brotherhood leaders are on their way here to hear the government's at titude through the railroad labor board to-morrow. : ' (3) Railroad executives of the cen tral division meet Friday in Chicago to discuss all phases of the strike situa-. ' lion, while executives of other divis ions meet simultaneously in -their own regions. 4 , . i Freight rate reductions approxi mately equivalent to' the 12 per cent wage reduction in wages- oraerea last July 1 by the railroad' labor board were indicated as' the probable basic sugges tion the labor board will propose, with the backing of the administration to avert the strike. ' "I understand," said Commissioner Ben W. Hooper, a member of the "pub tic" srroup of the labor board, "that the Interstate commerce commission has a number of important" rate reduction k rases on hand, on which it wilt act lm mediately. That will give us something to work on." The board's policy, as' outlined by Commissioner Hooper, would propose to the brotherhood chiefs immediate Suspension of the strike order on their '" parta and their influence in prevent;ng other walkouts, while the executives would be asked to concede the with drawal of the proposed request for fur ther wage cuts and grant an lmmeoi ate reduction of freight rates. resident J. R. Howard ofthe Farm Bureau federation to-day had on file before' the interstate commerce com mireion here .a petition for a 10 to 20 per cent freight rale redaction on ne cessities of life, and at' the same time he telegraphed union leaders and rail road executives urging, them to join him in a conference here. Failure of the brotherhood chiefs to join a strike agreement with the 11 other railroad unions at a conference f ,ere last week, has made uncertain the outcome of their strike conferences here beirinninir to-dav , Referendum votes have authorized the leaders of the maintenance of way men and shopmen, who meet here to day and to-morrow, to call a triko at their discretion, but shop crafts leaders have summoned their executive rouncil and executives of the main tenance of way union have called general ' chairmen of their twelve divisions. Membership of these two and others of the 11 organizations which have not issued strike noti number 150,000 as compared with half a million in the group now under in tractions for sectional walkouts be rinnirur Oct. 30. , Officials of the telegraphers have scheduled a nwtinsr here Friday and the clerks, Sunday. No definite decision, leaders of these II unions indicated, wilt be made before the end of t week. Wh!!e prospects for settlement of the WILL NOT HURRY GERMAN PEACE WARFARE BETWEEN man advancement and attending lAi man happiness."' '. Harding Goes to Another Celebration. Mr. Harding's address was delivered at the- foot of the Yorktown monu ment, erected in 1881. At its conclusion ho proceeded to Williamsburg to par ticipate in the installation of Dr. J. A. C. Chandler as president of the College of William and Mary. Since the orig inal celebration of Yorktown day, stu dents of the collccc have made it an annual holiday, iournevinar ' to this place in a body to join in the, ceremonies. From Williamsburg, President Hard ACCUSED NEGRO SHOT OFFICER When Latter Tried to. Ar rest Him for Murder of Little Girl As to What They Will Do At Meet ing With Railroad Labor . Board. V : Cleveland, O.. Oct. 19. Prior, to their to- Diplomatic Of- railroad labor board in an enort to TtlTUT TTXTTtlTXTtr A TJT TP North American continent. The Mav ing plans to go to Jamestown, the site T.OTTTQ T TVFT V' ATi ' of the original white settlement on the UU1& IVHiLiI AD MITS KILLING GIRL DISCUSSED BARRE , TRAFFIC RULES CTAl mi dav REfiOVRRRD ." ' WW Mm m. aal Aew" ' Great Britain and. United i States Have Joint Trusteeship ably casting off for the return to Washington this evening. MERCHANTS WANT . PERMANENT ROADS Crowd at Vineland. N. J., Becomes Threatening Before Jail ficers Not to Be Named tor Weeks ' , find a basis for settling the nation wide railroad strike set to begin Octo ber 30. heada of the "but hve" rail road 'transportations met here to-day, and discusser! matters that mav he presented at the Chicago conference THOUGH SENATE HAS as well as those pertaining to carry ing on the strike. It was the first meeting of the union organization heads since authorizing the strike in Chicago last Saturday, RATIFIED TREATY While . the "big five" leaders have maintained almost unbroken silence in regard to the purposes of thd confer ence with the labor board of the confer- sible results, it is known they are hopeful that some basis of settlement which can be accepted by both them selves and the railroad executives will be evolved and a paralysis of the na tion's transportation system averted. Commercial and Other Trade Treaties Are Yet To Be Made Yorktown, Va., Oct. 19. A doctrine of enduring friendship, between the United States 'and Great Britain was pronounced by President Harding here to-day at a ceremony commemorating the final surrender of the British ex peditionary force here to the revolu tionary army of Washington. Surrounded by high officials of his administration and standing within Action Taken at Annual Meeting of State Association Favor Instruction to Public Regarding Prices. Burlington, Oct! 19. About 100 merchants gathered at the Hotel Ver mont yesterday for the first annuel meeting of the Vermont State Met cants' association. At the business meeting in the morning, in the roof garden of the hotel, the officers and directors for the coming year were Washington, D. C, Oct. ' 10. Ex change of ratification at Berlin of the Treaty of Berlin" finally establish ing peace between the United States and Germany is to be the next step enumg tne nation s legal war status. sight of the spot where Cornwallis laid down his sword in 1781, the president eiect4Hj, nd there was considerable dis declared in deliberately chosen words a J cussion relative to the adoption of res sentiment of peaceful relationship be- J olutions, with special attention to the tween the two great English-speaking nations for all time to eome. That either should ever again lift the sword against the other, he said, must be "unthinkable." In the trusteeship of preserving civ- sj.oan.oonsuir w-,---7r , , ,, -,:: . 4K c4. . - -"I- " I" h "" mn AT irV ATTflW h U LI V"""""" "J ihzation," he continued, "we y-re nat- tUK ALlLHAllVlVhut night of the German end also ur8,Iy grayed together, and, the con- uw..H ,.u Jiu..;iiu victions of a civilisation worthy of that treaties, the state, department to-day 0stly preservation will exalt peace Brought Against Wealthy Couple is Burlington By Wife of Their Son, '' Charles D.. Woodhouse. Burlington, Oct. 19. A suit to Te- cover $1,000,000 for the alleged aliena tion of the affections of her husband, Charles Douglass Woodhouse, was filed in Chittenden county court yesterday by JJorritt Van Deusen btevens Wood- house against Lorenzo E, Woodhouse and ' Mary Kennedy Woodhouse, par ents of the plaintiff a husband. The specifications ' claim ' that the subject of taxation. Lew Halm, man aging director of the National Retail' Dry (roods association, discussed vari ous forms of taxation at the business meeting and, following the dinner ia the mam dining room, he gave a talk on co-operation as applied to the re tailers pf the country and on the tariff question. Xiutland was chosen as the place for the next annual rfieeting. was in position U proceed with the sud warn conflict for all time President F. 1). Abernetby presided at f ' " . last formalities. Appointment of dip lomatic officers, however, 'is not an ticipated for several weeks at leat. negotiation of commercial and oth er trade treaties, providing for ex change of consular officers, are sched uled to follow the ptace treaties. to come." 1 the meeting yesterday. Four members of the cabinet, includ- The officers and directors of the anso- intr the secretary of state, were in the! ciation were re-elected for the coming company of ollicials who heard the pro-1 year wiw me exception or two uireo nounccment and participated if . e an-J tors. Y. W, Barrett of Poultney was niversary demonstration. Other distin- elected to succeed Miss Josephine guished jniests included nrorainent I N'ourse of Barre and II. S. Wcllman of Vineland, X. X, Oct, 19. Louis Live ly, negro, accused of killing a little girl at East Moorestown, N. J., last spring, was arrested here early to-day after shooting a policeman. Accord ing to the police, he confessed to kill ing the child. A small crowd aur rounded the jail after his arrest be came known, but every precaution was taken to guard the prisoner." Lively is charged with killing seven-year-old Matilda Russo, mutilating her body and burying it in the cellar of his home in East Moorestown. The child' body was found a week after she had disappeared.- Lively vanished the day before the discovery of the murder, and a wide search for him was conducted by th; police. In his confession, the police said,; Lively told tem he had roamed through Xew England and Canada since he left East Moorestown in. June, lie reached Vineland this morning on was recognized by Policema Aa ilson. whom the negro shot when the officer attempted to arrest hira. Lively surrendered later. Policeman Wilson, who haw a bulk in his lung, is believed to be fatally wounaea. City Council Deferred Action, However, As Season Is Practically Over, Better traffic conditions in .Barre seem probable. The question was dis cussed at length by the city council last night, but as the present season is practically at an end no action was taken on the matter. .. However, the' sentiment of the coun cil plainly indicated that spring would SSL& d"ifflf SPEAKER GILLETTE . visions in effect to eliminate the many 1 ' jq A T?OTT?'F,n in the number of automobiles in the .A..4 t 1. . ' , i 11 . I titular stress was laid on the recklesj Will VjO 10 i0tt0m 01 K00- driving' which is becoming more appar- But AJI Papers Relating to Bergdoll Case Aro - Missing, . ; bery in ' jT use Office 'iding V ent in Barre every day and the extreme lacK ot uniiormity in parking on Main street. . . . Two reports were received from the Committee nn lifyfltinrr Cnn rpenmnipnl. ed the installation of a liirht at Sher- Waslungtr .. C, Oct 10. The -box, idan and Wellington streets and. the I containing doll invesiiimiinn and! other that the light on Circle Arcet private pa' stolen from the office of near the railroad be moved diagonally t i " i . ' across the street. Both reporti were Represen on of Kentucky accepted by the council and the rec- Monday-f5 it was found early to-day, ommendations ordered carried out. The on the. a floor of the House office committee on streets reported that a building broken open uid with impor- petition for a cement sidewalk on the . , . '. .- . east side of Maple Crove street had ta"fc docunient been investigated and recommended tlie Employes of the building reported sidewalk be laid next year. This report that they located the box in an unoc- was also accepted. cupied storage room, completely cov. These building permits were grant- . Tuhhilih ATr .,, ... nounced that some of his private let ters had not been disturbed, but that not a single slip of yprter relating to" the Bergdoll investigation was left. Speaker Gillett stated he proposed to gb to the bottom of the matter. The vote on the Uennan treafv was mw. '.i,. - timiiLhom tn ,iIWl A. P Simnmhnf . v .tne. police. lava y sai. tut n;Ai; 4 on . . :.. ..!. ... " i.. m -a. I ne v .v. 4n,lMifclvi I A -.V V(ltU9l. Ul 1 V A all IF1 OT II, I nrH LT.If lUlTYl. I IIP OIIirPrM II TV I I TPH 4m-ttLJUll 111 IIUKLUSI., Vt 1 V fljill 1ft ffttm eight more than the necessary two- in the course, of his prepared ad- dent, F. D. Abernethy; vice president, miius maroruy. fourteen uemocratic dress, the nrenidpnt nUa i,k T. B. Wnjiht: mVdinu sccretarv. lA- senators voted in favor of ratification to renew the nation's pledge of parr ward Hanbridge; treasurer, E. E. and two Republican senators, Borah. I i,.inniinn in m ln.r .trir. K1nrkon: all of Burlintrton. I I . i.'.. 1 1 ... . t : . I .. ... . . I . , . . - . r. . ' ji.ner airectors are j. t;. Amcy 01 St. Johnbury, H. J. Cole of Bennington, j n. A. Collins of Brandon, S. S. Cuyhiug of ht. Albans. J. J, Kenton of Bcllo' Kails, A. W. Hill of Burlington. C E. i Kintrsbury of Montpelier, A. , La- plaintiff has hsen the wife of Charles lAahn. ani T.aiiiffl via;nl -...( j ' . i j f A , , , 1 ? n vuH,M Mont 90 ioim . . . .Vr' '"";"- worm ana ucciarea nie oeuei tint im thai rti cA witl T him iily IZto, Torris Nebraska who was l'' ""l V1" I Rrani-h K 1 senator, jNorris, Nebraska, who was tion" among nations generally for the " , ' , absent on account of sickness, was betterment of the world. She alleges that her husband's par- nfliriwl mminitt K menc. lnf w,V(r . .. cnU attempted to entice their son to r I "", , " -, f .u. "." mn.7 "ol , leave the plaintiff without support and LJl L'fi1 . tiCt,0n f th wo"' ' 8k1 Mr- IIai:dln -n. - a t i . . t . i awaao, inoi iur our ruinnieR lifin. ill rn in go wiu, men to riftnoa, leavmg For ralifinltion. Republicans: Ball mHh..l,t f . ....rJ . t.ulf did not intend to kill the child. I sulmtance, the police said, hetold this story: i aian t mean to kill .Matilda, sai Lively. "She was a playmate of Rob ert, my seven-year-old son. who she named 'Snowball.' On June 4 she came to my house. Snowball was out. The child played around and she threw things around, bhe smashed a dish. I told her to stop, but she didn ' eked now Fountain of Springfield, Homer Lad.i obpy n,.e' Jhe" 1 P'1 f . T i D-.t i (up a chunk of wood. I don t knov young Mrs. Woodhouse in Long Island, ' , ' - ! BL V .ru- r LT? wtot made me do it but I threw it a N Y or at anv other nine he mioht 7, ,. ,. '. iT . . ' ""'rc were iiwiai vivws maa v- j--t U Dieted to Ct reS sympathy in EngTand and , Raymond of Run nt;ff!ll,l It h?. Pot. Edge, Elkins, Ernst, Fer- passionate devotion to more lfber.1 ten- A number of r TMnke were growing brighter, army of 'fills Is, it ia nnderstood. were making reparations for operating trains by ederal tronpa. RO PLAITS 0IT BUT LAX D R. K. Officii la Simply Adopt Watchful Wait ing Attitude. RutUnd, Oct. l9.-fl"be Rutland rail mad ia making no plans at this time ia regard to the threatened railroad unploye' strike, it was said yesterday at the headquarters of the road here ly one ia authority. No plans hare tf made for recruiting ubtit?e. it was said, and the rnad is adopting polcy of watchful waiting. It was intimated that the road had deir to injure the unions and it ass aian declared that the men I bm fives had ao ih to strike and 1 !fTrd tnke actKin. An autbontativt BinvaMi revesfc-d that irtm the it-, lltude cf W rr crut of the rnea. nerio accompany ner nusoana. . .,, Gondinm.l ,A.u. s. n ..i. JV" Nh ,l flmimm thai hnlnun TTAhrn.l . ' . - ncii ... , i ...,r.. a ni'nu v ' -' ' - - ' - v " " I Ha la lli.rnl1 I . 1. 1 1 . I . . t . ., . . . . aom in tne American colonies great ly gthened liberal views in the old Inevitably tlys liberal pubna through 1 1" - j'1"""! vw- opinion, aeuoeraic ana grown aomi- .nr.inir him f i.:. tnm h "-"". wuut, jcr. nant, nrouRnt ureat untain ana Amer- i -n-. - - i I'anrruta mnavtaii ,i n. i i a. i; a .. ir, . t having been trained to support, him- i""T - L" V.7iV-. 'ZS1 ? L A - " ,i"a TuI " .vS. ?t"A..C"l 1 Lively positively denied he had as eif. . ; . , r . . . u-r v A further allecation is that the t1-" " TJr,"' ' . ,..." rr mva """r"""0 Woodhousea tried to noison" the mind . ' la,J'u' "iirr na uus; vo- unnroKen peace for more lhan a een- mont to nuiia permanent roaas rai.ier . i.:,. : . ... . r I 1 " ' ui -Luetr suiinijiinHb-Jiis--wiie uy an ei- srv. lfllfl. and Man h I. 1020. the elder V" Woodhouse continued the ' unlawful i - use of their wealth in the attempt t VfV control tho plaintiff's husband Rutland and J. W. Randolph. resolutions were adopt ed by the meeting. The association went on record as favoring the indirect tax method in preference to the direct tax wethod; ss favaiing co-operation in every way possible; to arouse av tivit her. It struck her on the head. She fell after walking a few steps, didn't think she was dead. I got some water and mopped off the blood. After waiting fifteen minutes I became frightened." ; . Lively, the police said, then told how 1. ....J . - II V 1 - I . v imonsr local boarda of tradcir "B lr",ru V". "'"""8 ring the laying of dust on itel?'?" tury, we came to common sacrifice and than continuing the present policy oil STATE OSTEOPATHS MEET IN BARRE liich should be broken off. It ia stated IOmer?"eI Kancll , Sb'el,df Jj'- iu nd friendly relations is unthink- that permanent roads meant cement the allegations that they even en- ' Lndrw00(1 n1 walsh, Massa- able. In the trusteeship of preserving roads in this connection); favoring tne m4 hi. ttntinn. in. Atw wm. S 9'l- . . . civilization we were natifrally arrayed taking of steps to prepare newspaper nnmMMi.. a ..i. .... , t .. j ta' i i . ... ... ... . . 1 1 -ii- . : , . . fort to convince him that his marriase LTr ; ensanguinea association in me ori-i miliums Temporary u mta inirr- with the plaintiff was a mesalliance eM-"er xeniricK, aiyera, vwen, war, ana a future breach of our peace- rogatea, rresiueni ADeroet ny expiamea . ... i riiiiwrpnii. nanuii.il am, i rum . which in couraged his attentions to other worn en, notably to Lillian Hendrick McClel- lan of Washington, D.- C, between whom and the plaintiff's husband they sought to encourage an alliance, It is also alleged that the dndants urged the plaintiff's husband to vixit them at their home in Burlington, New York and at White Sulphur Springs, va.. and without his wife, skine to bring about an estrangement between WHISKEY 4 XT) fZJS the vounifpr Wondhoiises. I J . . .. I nil m r . ...... . . -. The Woodhouses are of the well- ULAULl CUMtSirATI() known banking family of this city and are reputed to be among the wealthiest Three People Found Dead at Pawtuck- peop.e u curimgion. et. P T.0M Has Not Re ved takm? of steps to prepare newspaper j Affainst ratification. Renuhlir-an.l tafwthnr ivinvi(i,,na i.t . .iv.l rf iIa. t ahnw tlin retflilpr.' side of Borah, LaKollette, total two. Demo-1 ilization worthy of that costly nreser-1 trade conditions as opposed to many crats: Caraway, Culberson, Glass, Har- vation will -exalt peace and warn misleading article now being used by i ris, Harrison, Heflin, Jones of New against conflict for all time to come. the press; favoring' the holding of! Mexico; -King, McKell&r, Overman. "Our thoughts have lately been con- btouij mectinars in several districts of Pittman, Heed, Shenpard, Simmons.! cemed with those events which ma.b I the state durinc the coming year to 9 o'clock the annual convention nf the Stanley, Walsh of Montana, Watson history on the scale of a world, rather talk over the problems of each com-1 members of the Vermont State Osteo- ot ueorgia and Williams. I than of a continent, iet the lesson is Convention Opened This Morning and May. Be Concluded This Afternoon. In the offices of Dr. Lewis D. Mar tin in the Milea block this morning at the same. 11 is the lesson of real inter dependence among the nations whic.i lead civilization. "In our gTeat crisis, nearly a cen tury and a half ago, Krance came to munity; favoring the passing on by members of the association of su"h ! credit information as may . be pos sessed; declaring that the aim and ob ject of the association is not only ti further the interests of individual BOTTLE BEAR MADE Identified. I'awtu.ket. R, I Oct. 19. Mr. and ATTACK ON W OMANln- William McCormick and an elder ly man, wno was visiting them, but Mrs. Mason Johnson of Somerset Was 7" ?"elV;,ne, wer? . . . . . I found dead to-day in the basement of """"t v","lu la house in Kajit Avenue mvimud k. h. ne.v of our nartii-nul ,.n nn ;... By Her Pet. . I MeCormicks. A gas jet was open." Bot-1 of kinship, friendship and feljowahip .North Ailums i !). ' in I lies ana classes witn a stronir whtukev ana aupraismir anew the wav of thi- Mauled, clawed and bitten by a petlodor wer found on the kitchen table, world ttod a good world must share bear, Mrs. Mason Johnson of Somerset,! . I the aspirations to realize the noblest Yt, ia in the local hospital in a seri- VERDICT OK 1700 I dals of mankind, there is a fresh hun ous condition. Both of her lees were I I g'Ting for understanding, a new cail badly bitten, ihe bear was one which Tor Death of Walter Stetson, Killed ,or eo-operaiion. a clear conviction of our aid and made our independence members, but also to give much bet possible. In her supremely anxious tcr serivce to the general public; de hour we gladly went to her support daring opposition to the Americsn y.tl and did our part to secure her liberty, uation clause in the tariff bill because A grateful republic fulfilled an oblira- it is deceptive, inadminitrable and tion which the pasing generations had I contrary to the best interest of th not dulled. I farmers, laborers, consumers, and. New Call for Co-operation. therefore, to the retail merchants. Reflecting to-day on the inevUable- "LIGHTH0USE" AT EAST BARRE. pathic association was opened under Dr. Howard a. JJrew. mere were fif teen of the members present, coming from all parts of the state, though this number did not represent the total number of osteopathic physicians, as there were many who did not attend The meeting is fur the purpose of taking up'any bninc that should come before the a.-Mxiati.m, and for the election of the state officers, which are chosen annually. Though the meeting opened at 9 o clock, nothing of importance trans pired thi forenoon, bevond the making of plans for the day's work and the Mr. Johnson caught when a cub and I in Auto Accident. naa raised on a bottle. I Rrttiif"Opt. inr lesteraay noon airs. Johnson went I inw h viH.n .h..t f. ..,. .4 .1. - i 4- .i. TT ,1. " " u' "V J" ,"YU lne oear' ,na laT? in tn "uit nf d Creasy, admin the animal attacked her, throwing her gtrator of the Walter Stetson estate to the ground and tearing off her of Halifax, against the town of Marl- ehdhing. Her screams were heard by William Turner, w,o was in his yard across from the Johnson home, andhe beat off the bear and rescued Mrs. Johnson. Mr. Johnon was away at work but was hurriedly summoned and when he arrived home he shot the animal. Mrs. Johnwn waa brought to ihe lo- ooro prouffni in a verdict in count v court at Newfane Monday night for the plaintiff to recover $700. The action waa brought to recover $3,000 for the death of Mr. Stetson, who waa killed when hia automobile ran off a bridge in Marlboro and dropped down several feet on some rocks. It waa alleged by the plaintiff that cal hospital, where ber painful injuries the town waa nejrhjjent in not having were drejted by Dr. Wright-of Reads- a proper railing or guard at the bridge. v, i., swiiBiru vj wirrii kkii pny sicians. purposes and devotions and loyalties not limited to sovaacignties nor na tional boundaries. As the fortunate, successful citizen is both inspiration and example to the community of his growth, so must-the fortunate and sac eeful nations help the world to Ihe higher and nobler levels of accomplish ment. Here at Yorktown. was sealed the charter of the new and free Amer ica, but in the charter waa written the rational liberalism of the maturinl imh century crying out from both con tinents. 1 "Shall mankind, then, go on vet for generationa, for centuries, knowing but refusing to be guided bv. these truthsJ discussion of conditions in ceneral. It One to Be Installed for Land-Going was decided that a clinic should be Voyagers. eld this afternoon at the offices of Dr. Drew in the Blam-hard building, and Lmployes of the American Acrumu- that the officers would alo be elected lator Co., under the directum of a Mr. there. It was tboueht that their busi- Mcrrill, are at work making locations nfn wouia not rql,ire more than a for the 74 highway lighthouses to bi flay to complete, but as not much of installed at dangerous points on the the proposed work was done this state highway, lxnations near Mont- morninir it was thought nrol.l.! th.t. pclier already decided upon will include two at Dodffe a crossirtg. one at the in tersection of roads in Ka Barre, one at what is known as the three mile crossing on the Central Yermont rail road west of Montpelier, and one at the Middlesex underpass. Deputy Highway Commissioner C. M. Brook is assisting the company's em ploye in locating the signals.' Thee device are not patented, aceordinir to the meeting would extend over to-morrow. This however, depends on how much they can do this afternoon. At noon the member forgot about their troubles for the hour and dined at Hotel Barre, attending in a body, all the members but one managing to be. present". The fifteen doctor are: Dr. D. S. Atwood of St. Johniiburr, William Brtxk of Montpelier, Keva Bullard of BARRE BUSINESS ed: E. Prestini to reshinglo the roof of an ell at 11 Short street, John Yicari to move a henhouse from 38 Center street, to 15 George street, Mrs. John Brown to build a wagon shed In the rear of 21 Center street, II. W. Scott and others to remodel a piazza and re shingle the roof of the house at 19 Richardson street and Charles Bianchi CHANCE TO FtflOAf .' t j . i -,i .i . i diim w ouiiu a sieei engine room on n est Second street to replace the one recently destroyed by tire. A request from . City Clerk James Smart for a light in the downstairs vault in city hall was referred to the lighting committee. ' ; The following bills were ordered paid: II. G.. Bennett, $.-.0.11; S. N. Parker, $111.00; E. T. Seguin, gasoline for the street department, $"128.75; Reynolds A Son, $1.00; Noble Refin ing Co., supplies for street department, $i0S; Good Roads Machinery Co. $17.50; R. L. Clark, $78.05; J. B. Rob inson, repairs, $!2; Tildcn Shoe Co., rubber boots, $25; II. F. Cutler Co., $2!).25; Allen Lumber Co., $30.80; New England Iron Works Co., $100.80; E. A. Drown, $22.55; W. R. Cameron, $21.06; Lane-Davis Co., $8.01; Granite City Press, jtf.75; Barre Electric Co., $2.65; Perry Auto Co., $18.21; Lowell Mc Leod, $22.80; Barre Gas Co., $6.40; A. M. Klanders, $2; F. D. Ladd Co., $5.28; the Electric Store, $UH); Harvey 4 Manufacturer , Proposes That Monu ment Dealers Go After Local Busi ness, Including Monuments t for Granite Men. " i A large Barre granite manufacturer, in a suggestion bffcred to the Board of; Trade, eees a way to get $100,000 worth of business, which will supply considerable activity for manufactur ers and workmen. His letter is in part as follows: "In this vicinity I figured it out roughly like this,1 that there are 100 prospects for grass markers at $50 each, 100 prospects for hit-key mark ers at $75 each, 100 prospects for a monuments at $175 each, 50 that will buy $400 ones, 10 that will buy $H00 ones, two that will buy $2,000, and there surely is one big man in our Mower, $64.86; M. & B. L. A, P. Co., I midst who-wants to put up a mauso liehls. $761.51: N. E. TeL A Tel. Co.. l'um at, say, about $15,000. Why, $9.80; payroll, city clerk's. office, $8.- there are manufacturers in Barre in 07; payroll, street department, $49.V the granite business w ho have not even 29; payroll, engineering department, arected a monument, and I dn not $42.00; payroll, water department, know but what they could be sold one. $108.77; payrolk fire department, $1311.- "It would not do Barre one bit of DO; pavroll, police department, $82.85; harm to give it a bunch of advertising C. L. Booth, $20; Houghton A Robin, j about our granite, because there is $19.60; the Goodfellow Co., $8; Terry I quit a little business being done here Auto Co.. Kord truck for water depart- j with marble. The winter outlook is ment, $485; city treasurer, to purchase j not very good, and if it were possible, one $100 bond "W. R. Durkee account, to bring into Barre $30,000 or $40,000 $100; George Tanguay, $1.50; water j more of payrolls, it would help every rebates, $13.74. I body in this vicinity." ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS FUNERAL OF LOTJIS A. LEBEL OUTLAY $39,565 Was Held at St. Augustine's Church. Montpelier. Report Made to State Association in Burlington New Officers Elected. Burlington, Oct.' 10. The annual meeting of the Yermont Tuberculosa association at the headquarters of the state board of health yesterday Was attended by President Thomas Magner, Dr. C. K. Dalton. II. S. Howard, A. R. St. Ticrre, Dr. D. A. Shea.. -Dr.. II. C. Tinkham. Dr. C. A. Ravey'and Secre- arv H. . Slocum. The fJliancial report showed that the saociation had spent during the year $3!)t5.('4 and had received from all sources $21,077.23. In September, l'.)20, there was a balance of $40,378.06 from the drive the previous June. The bal- nc on hand Sept. I was if24.ssa.oi. The secretary stated that with the money expected from the sale of seals this Christmas the, association would ave funds to last untd next August. It was voted to have the report adopt ed and published. The secretary reported 1 1; v the new Caverly preventorium at Pittsford wa now under construction and woaid oe ready for use next spring. There will be four building, two dormitories, one The funeral of Louis A. Lebel. who was struck by an automobile and killed Sunday night near Jones Bros., was held this morning. A high mass of rc- quiem was jng in' St. Augustine church in Montpelier at 9 o'clock by Rev. W. P. Crosby. The bearers wcm J. P. Carroll, D. . McGovern, D. J. Hayes. George Laviolctte, T. Terrio and John D. Anderson. The church was crowded with rela tives and friends of the bereaved fam ily. Among those from out of town were Mrs. Frank Dower and Miss Alicj Carroll of Hartford, Conn.; John C. Carroll of Jericho, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Carroll of Waterbury, Mis Eliza beth Dower of Burlington and Fred La bel of Boston, a brother of the de ceased. Burial was in the Catholic cem etery in Montpelier. LICENSE IS REVOKED. ftaie ingnway tomisioner 1. . Dix. St. Johnbrv, Fannie T. Carleton of Barre, Howard A. Drew of Barre. ii. D, ARREST UNION'S PRESIDENT. On Charge Ht Failed t "Move Along' Ia Bellows rails. Bellows Falla. Oct, 19. A. J. Reli ban, head of the local papermakera' union, wa placed under arrest about 7 o'clock last evening after refusintr. according to Officer MiKinnon, to move along. A hundred or more men had gathered ia the square and watrhed the day shift from the Inter national paper mill go by. Relihaa was among those ordered to move on. nd upon bis objecting was taken to the jail. neial deputies are on dutv and the trust era of the tillage have author ized Chief of Tolice Severance to df-p-ntia ait men. who will I nt here y States Attorney II. E. Whitnew f Brattlehnro. The added pro ten ion the result of a citizen' meetinc yesterday forenoon aVing for adequate prote-io lor nonunion men at work at the International fprr mill. It i reported that seteral men have been intimidated hv the union aad one van fcas ren Moned. Two inachir I LanI dre Uat tn.iera are ia operation at priM-at at the milL b. bren able to jroi,dc. while the defense claimed that the' W .concinc nd. prop- br dire waa Pi-oner v married .nri th.t -""o- iwneve tne time is even if it wa not Mr. Stetson w. me tnere must be recognition neplii-rnt anl therrfnr t,. ij ' essential co -operation amonir na not recover. 1 1,"" uevoica, rarn oi mem in its own peculiar national way, to the common good, the progress, the advance of all human kind. Let u hope that we stand at the dawn of a new day, in which nation shall be stronger for contribu tion to the world's betterment, because each will ferl the assurance of common piM-pose and united aspiration, and the security of a common devotion to the end of peace and civilisation. "On need not picture a world sov ereignty over all the varying rac. tradition and national culture, be cau it will never be. No program wh.rh seem to submerp nationality will merer d. This republic wi!l neter surrender so pricrlm. a hrritare. will never dctroy the soul whkh impeih-d ir gratifying attainments. In the ! sober circumspection, retrorction and na imnwpect ion of these cron! time, we do believe there is ar and urgent need ia bringing the b-t thwptl of ail tTrat peoples into tin d-rtnd.njr and co-prra:i endeavor whih hnn the a!iiant-e in arw and strengthen the cnm-ri of p-. a science that raHi may realise it r-cbtfnl de tiny and eontrir.tite rta tm't t ha STILL FOUND AT WESTFIELD. Mrs, Ida F. Shepard. Homer C Ladd. Harold FHt and Secretary T. W. Bradley of the Biiard of Trade have re turned from Burlington, where they attended the first annual meeting and banquet of the Yermont State Retail ers' association. The meeting wa held at Hotel Yermont and Mr. Shepard waa the only woman member among the 80 present. It was voted to hold the meeting next year ia Rutland and the 1923 session will ia all probability be in Barre. " j Thia is telephone week .all over the country, and the officials ia charge of the Barre exchange will entertain all who come and will see that each per son has an opportunity to see the in side workinp f the telephone busi ne. Yeterdav "Vut 25 people to6 advantage of the invitation. The in side of a telephone exrhanre offers aa eitmj.l of the not jrfcrt team work on the part of the operative, to gether hli the most insreku tne- But Joseph Mangin On Whose Farm It Was Found Escaped. Westfield. Oct. 19. A liquor still and 25 gallons of "mash'' were found on the farm of Joseph Mangin Monday jinjn. M. Utcim of Whit by Officers Ndon Grey and C. V. Ladd. i.,; " nut wniie ine oim-er were luy col lecting the material Manjrin em-aped. He wa convicted last July of aellinz whit-lev and eince then a loe watch has been kept on him. CJdy of Burlington. Lewi D. Martin of Barre, Alexander H. Smith of Barre, H. K. and XI. B. Sherburne of Rutland, J. H. Spencer of St, Alhan. H. A. Stevenson of St. Albans, Howard Slo. cum of Middlehury, diaries Wheeler of Brattlcboro, tieorge Beeman of Bur- e ANNUAL MEETING. GOV. HARINESS GOES FRIDAY, of T Attend National Convention American Letioa at Kansas City. (Jovernor Jam- Hartne is to speak in Kutlsm net Iursslay before the Rutland chamlier of c-ommerce, and on Friday k-avr from Montpelier for the American leHin national contention in Kansaa ( itr, Mo. Washington County Farm Bureau As sociation, Oct. 20, fiontpelier. The annuxl meeting of the Wah inirton County Farm bureau will be held in the city hall at Montpelier. Thursday. Oct. 20. The meeting will start at 10 o'clock in the morning and it i prolalile that the entire morning will le devoted to hearing report for the past year, the election of officer and any other business that may come up. Action Jn Harold Bancroft's Case Be cause of Fatal Accident. The automobile driving license held by Harold M. Bancroft of Barre ha been revoked by Secretary of State r lfl girls, the other for 18 boys, Harry Black. Bancroft waa the driver schoolhouse and an administration ot the car wnicn st.ru.ch. ana lanea building. The secretary reported that Louis A. Lebel of Barre last Sunday the preventorium at Essex Center was evening. , wava filled and a number waiting I "e ii-. w j '-i for vacancies. It was stated that the I .Montpelier, uiiirca . lm or cm. ai- ronnition of the Dreventorium was sat-1 bans, .Michael banian ot M. isfartorv. The association employ five fbld nurses in the state. Each nurse has four clinic eenterwhich are located so a to cover the whole state. These 20 clinics are in charge of Dr. Henry A. Ladd, assisted by local physicians. It wa reported that each year be Albans ' and Leroy S. Knight of Bellows Fall have been indefinitely suspended, in Plested's rase for driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor and in the other three on the ground that . they were unfit person to operate au tomobiles. The license of Charles E. Curtis of St. Albans has been revoked Buy Store ia Barre. North Trov. CM. 19 Osai N. and I.k.nel A. St. Marie have purchased a rwrry More iH neat market in Karre. and a-e already nx.ime there. I will take h t t vene is remain ing of b;s j ,t st hi t""e in tUe Hagferty !;.; ! n. The afternoon -Kn will be spent lm. Brandon: Ir. J. J. lVrvan. Poul in hear:ne I. t. t,unnel, aistjint aec-lney: Dr. H. W. Kliot, Manchester; ! retary ot t;e Amerx-an f-arm Bureau L inTer. Burlington; New man K. federation, and Vi Klysinper of Chaffee. Rut lard: Ir. D. C. Jarvis, ahipn. D. C whu is eonnerted Barre: Mr. B. II. Stone. Burlington: With the exten-K-n sen kt in home .fkn E. Week. Midis.-biiry: lr. H. t". v-r,..m;c. Tinkham. Bu'i h;1ii : Mr." .?-.hn Char. It bopei tl at every m-ni',er of 1 i ndoni"iile: Mr. J. E. Wakfie!,i. St. the a-hnj-on ounty Km btirraa John-bury: James K. Ispwey. t k- hce , wai l prer,t at th s m:mg. Ir. C. A. Raxry, Burlsnxtoia, ... ... . . tween 12 and 15 thousand children for driving w hue under tne Jtinuence earned some rank in the modern health I of intoxicating liquor. crusade and that the ninthly health paper for children went into eignt I COLLIDED IN BRIDGE. thousand homes.The secretary also re ported on the other educational wotk j Motorcycle and Truck in Crash at Wil-" of the association. J . li..w,-!!.. The following officer were electej: I President, Thomas Maener, Burlintr- Harold . Ingali of Brattlcboro ton; honorary vice president, Frank C. J suffered cuts and bruise on hi head PartrHlire. Proctor: vice-presideni. I and face and the Indian motvryele, ' Mrs. IL A. Slayton, president of Kedcr- whuh he was ridine. wa considerably ation of Women's Club. Morris vttie, damaged in a collision with a G. Fred A. Rowland. Montpelier; treasur- C. truik in the south end of the Wii- er, A. W.. Hill, Burlington; secretary, liamsville bridge yesterday alternoon. II. W. Slocum. Burlington. I according to a report received at the The disoosition of the preventoriu-n I offx-e of the secretary of state thi property at Kcx Center wa referred i morning. Ingalls Vounded hi horn just to the executive committee and the sec-1 trJore entering the brijj;e, bt t did not. retary wa instnicted to yuhrr'. 'a this have rom to between the side of commit tee anv offer for the property. th truck and the side of the bridr?. . The fsllowinir director were elected The reptirt stated that the eideiar for four vears to take the place ot of the motorcycle wa hugging the. those whose term expired: H. A. Cl-jri?ht hand wall of the bridge. The mo- ' torrycle wa jammed between the truck and the side of the bridge, and 1 Ingalls' bead struck the front left mudpiard. He was not thrown from the machine. The speed of the tni-K wa eiimaed at about 15 mile an hour. He !a!ed that the driver, when a.-ked wly lie fcsd not aonnded his horn, said he had not beard anyo- ci-ming.