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VOL. XXV. No. 22b. BARRE, VERMONT, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1921. PRICE, TWO CENTS. UNITEDSTATES ATTACHED TWO RESERVATIONS r When Four-Power Treaty Was Signed By All the Nations Involved Do mestic Questions Not to Be Considered Within the cope of the Treaty DOES NOT BIND UNITED STATES ON MANDATE ISLANDS The Document Was Form ally Signed '-To-day By the Plenipotentiaries of the Four Powers in Ante room of Secretary of ' State's Office CHILD CRIED "BOOHOO" AND PULLED TRIGGER At the Report of Gun Her Little Two-Year-Old Siater Fell With Bui- , let Wound Through Eye. New1 York, Dee. 13.Annete Alber tino, two years old, was shot and prob ably fatally wounded last night by her sister, Marie, aged seven years. Suspic ion fell on the .older child when her mother came into the house and dis covered Annette Jying unconscious on the kitchen floor. For several hours Marie ' denied knowledge of how her sister was hurt but after detectives treated hereto ft feast of milk and cake and promised she would not be punished, she confid ed that she had found a pistol in a cupboard, pointed it at her playmate and shouted "boo-hoo." There was a noi.se, she said, and Annette fell. A bullet had pierced her.eye. STABBED $0 DEATH IN BOSTON ALLEY ADJUSTED PAY LAW IN 90 DAYS According to Information to Commander Mac-Nider. BY THE AUTHOR OF SENATE BILL Senator McCumber and Rep. Fordney Made . Statement. Man Believed to Be J. T. McAuley Was Victim of Two Assas- Washington, T. C, Dec. 13 (By the Associated Press .The American res cruition attached to the four-power tiMitv when it was tipied to-dny con jirul a provision-that domestic quee . on'i of the various p;weni are not to be considered within the acope of the trerty. , ' . ' The reservation is in two parts, tue fust of which declare that the treaty shall in no wav be binding as regards the Txjlicv of "the United States to- nnl'i "the nwnciiiled islands of the Pa- The signatures were aflixed iu the ii!tc-room of the oflicc of the secretary' of state. There was 'no formal cere mony end no one Mas present except the plenipotentiaries', their secretaries md edViner. The American delegates, the first to vign under an alphabetical arrangement tff the powers put their names to the Thcument and affixed their seals a few - jiinntes after 11 o'clock. The American delegation began ig- imr at 11:14 a. m. At 11:10 the Brit ish followed. Arthur J. Balfour signing iwice, once for the British empire, anil once for the .union of South Africa, which has no delegate here. The French followed the British, and the Japanese, the Inst to sign, com pleted formal approval of th sreaty at 11:2(1 o'clock. The signing was wholly without cer emony and devoid of historic setting exeept for the portraits of a score of former secretaries of state which looked down from the four walls of the ante-room. ' ' The long table which usually occu pies the center of the room had been removed- and a smaller one put in its place. At the shoulder of eaeh signer stood Fddie (Savoy, the picturesque negro Jtorkeeper of the secretary' oftice, with blotter in hand for use on the newly-made signature. The business of affixing the official seals had beene performed beforehand, and eaeh delegate as he signed merely touched the -crest of sealing wax beside his name to formally signify that hu eal had been officially executed. LA FOLLETTE DECLARES WAR. atns. Boston, Dec. 13. A man believed to be J. T. McAuley, a laborer, who was set upon and stabbed in a Eoxbury al wound-) later. The police were two men who were seen by a woman running away, from the .place, where McAuley 's body was found. They had been lvmg in wait lor mm, sne saia, Indianapolis, Ind., Decw 13. Enact ment of the veterans adjusted compen sation bill will be completed by Con gress within nintty days, according to information given to Hanford Mae Nider, national commander of the American Legion, by Senator McCum ber, author of'the bill Tn the Senate, and Representative Fordney of Michi gan. Coramaifder MaeXider wired Lemuel Bolles, national adjutant of the Le gion, this information at the nation al headquarters here to-day. , , A NORTHFIELD CORPORATION. Phi Kappa Delta, Inc, Norwich Uni versity, Geti Paper. Articles of association have been filed with the secretary of state by Phi Kappa Delta, Inc., located at JNor wieh university. The founders, or incorporators, are Edwin W. Meise of FIRE HORROR NEAR DETROIT Eicht' Persons Burned, to . Death and Three, Oth ers May Die. BOARDING HOUSE . WAS DEATH TRAP JURY FOUND COLBY GUILTY Fire Broke Out at an Early Hour This Morn- . ingr. Detroit, Mich., Dec. 13. Eight per sons were burned to death in a fire that destroyed a boarding house near Roval Oak, 'a suburb, early to-day. Three others, a woman and two chil dren, were badly injured and were taken to a hospital, where it was said their chances for recovery were slight. One man and seven children are the dead, a man named Wakeu, and his four children, and three children visit ing t Wakeu .family. VERMONT HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PLANS Include Five. Miles on Barre-Bradford Road in Orange. The following improvements on Ver mont hichanivs with federal aid funds N'orthhcld, president, Donald A. Brown are proposed for 1922i Orange Height, of Northfield. vice-president, L Davis five mile of road on the Barre-Brad-White of Northfield, secretary, Harry ford roftd; in Barton, four miles on the C. Fisher of Barre and Neale W. Hook-j road ,from "West Burke to Barton, be er. The business of the corporation is ' ginning at the Barton-Sutton town ley way . early - to-day. died of ui to be managed by a board of not lcs . line and running northwest; in l-un- seenui? than three trustees. ' enburg, about two nines, negmmng ai purpose of the organization is the schoolhouse about two miles east mote a spirit of fraternal fellow- j 0f Concord -Lunenburg line and running The to tiromote ship among its members and to main- eat; in Concord, about two mile's, be- tain a suitable ciuo nous.e me ginning aoout rnrcc quarters u m uuib Identification was believed to have j orKnjzation has no capital stock. Each east of the Concord-Kirby town line niemoer is rcgHrueu muin vno gna running east, iu jrinriniK, share and no more of the stock, which ginning at the Vergennes town line and is not transferable wiihout the con- running north about two mile. It is sent of 'the corporation. - m ' probable that some federal aid money Reports of paid-up capital have been wjH 1 put . into the improvement of filed with the secretary of state by Sandbar bridge which the state high- the Copley Manufacturing company ;wfty department plans to widen ana . 1 . t. T" . J 1 Says Treaty Contains the Iniquities of League of Nations. Washington, D. C,'f)ec 13. Declar ing that the new four power Pacific treaty had "all of the iniquities of the league of nations with none of the Virtues claimed for that document," Senator LaFollette, Republican of Wisconsin, to-day announced that he prepared to do "all in my power to prevent ite ratification." flORSE FURNISHED $50,000 BAIL After Pleading Not Guilty to Charge of Conspiracy to Defraud United Statea. Washington. D. C. Dec. 13 Charles W. Mnc, New York khipboilder, whose ' transact ioin with the shipping board are under federal investigation, was arraigned to-lay before I'nited States Commissioner Iaac R. Hitt, on warrant charging conspiracy to de fraud the I'nited States. The warrant was servrd npon Mr. Mors in Commissioner Hitt's ottice by t inted States Deputy Marshal Field. Mr. Morse pleaded not guilty, waived hearing and furnished $,"(),0O bail for his- appearance before the grand urr. ADDIE (HARTSHORN) PALMER. Vaterbury Woman ' Died Last Era sing at East Miltan, Mata. Watrbury, Dee. 13. Addie (Hart luriil Palmer, widow of E, F. Talmer, wbu til a prominent attorney and for eteral jcars state superintendent of ducat ion paswd away last evening at the home of her eon, Robert W. Palmer, in East Milton, M., ber he had Ytttfi pending a short time. The body will ! brought to Water bury, and the Palmer home will be cpened np for the fuenral, hih prob ably will 1 held Frlay. Sir. Palmer was born in OuiMhaH. 75 years atro lat April, beinir the iaiigliter of Hi. and Mrs. William llrtlir. Mie sunivej hr four eon, K8in F. rulrtser f this pif-. jun ii. I aimer i , l.srls C. I'slnter of L" Anjeie and. P.obrrt W. Palmer of Last Jliltus, Ms s!o one ier. Mm. Jerh Poole of Bror-lt'a. !.. and a brvih ! er, Cl.r!- 2iart)iOTB of Cvlebrook, X. 1L f been made by a laborer's numbered tag loiina in nis cioines. . MONTPEUER Harold and Roy Farnxworth Admit Placing Horse's Carcass in River. Harold and Roy Farnsworth ap peared in citv court thw morning. pleading guilty to allowing a horse's hnrtv to remain in a river over 1H hours and were fined $25 and costs Prosecution was made by State's At tornev C. B. Adams.-The bovm, wlio are 24 and 21 years old, respectively, admitted, that they lelt tne norse in the water, and. by the way, the body has not been found since seen placed in the stream; but they claimed that they left it on the bank and that it rolled into the stream.. However, the state'a attorneys in explaining after ward, told the Court that four mn from the three-mile, bridge saw them put the horse in the stream and that others identified the boys; that they killed the horse on Town hill, where they 'skinned it and then took it through Montpelier to the p'ncc whe.-e they dumped it into the stream. Thomas Lozo, baggageman on tlie north-bound morning mail train of the Central Vermont railway. was injured this morning-at Randolph by falling against a truck with suflicient force to give his head an ugly cut. He was un able to complete hi trip to St. Al bans. This made the north-bound train about 40 minutes late in reaching the Montpelier station. The south-bound night sleeper, due to leave .Montpeher about midnight, was five hours, and a half late this morning, owing to the derailment of the engine Of the north bound New England States Limited near St.Arnland last ntht, blocking tlie raek. The first casualty of the coartin season occurred Sunday evening, when Charles Maravigli. young son of Sabe, tino Maravigli, suffered a broken leg while coasting on the Main street ex tension. Justice George M. Powers of the Vermont supreme court is in the city for a few days.- Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cohan re turned Sunday night from a 10 days' stay in New "York City and Andover, Mass., and will reside'at 15 Summer street. . Fred L. Smith of Cleveland, 0, is visiting his sicter, Mrs. Ella Barney of Hubbard streeet. A marriaee license was ixsued yes terday to tiiovanni Ceresa of 6tf Barre treet and Felieita Marie AuguUni of lf. Baire street. H. W. Adams oflais has entered in Washington comity court through bin attorney, John H. Stone, a suit in general assumpsit against Cora M. I'halTe. The ad damnum et up in the specifications is $.1,000. Erwin M. Harvey appears for the defendant. The University of Vermont basket ball team will meet the Norwlrh uni versity team in the armory Wednes day "night, following arrsngemenU made here ty Mansger C'hsffe of the Norwich team yesterday. Three Mont pelier boys. Stacey Clark, John Don nlly and Clifton Smith, and one Barre boy. Oorpe Marr. 'will appear in the Norwich lineup. A-game 'between the Norwich freeman team and Spaulding high school will also be played the same evening. The nam of Fred A. Rowland, pres ident of the National Life Insurance company, has been nominated by the a'umni "rounril of Dartmouth college for the position of alumni -trnstee of the college, Ms term ot nme to neHii wiih the coming year. Mr. II owls nd graduated from the college in IfcS" and has always been hw h . interested in college matters. Mw-hael 3. Cohan. . as chairman of th ArmistK-e day committee of Mont pelier pot. No. 3, of the American Le gion, this rooming prented a silver rtiving cup to the rls of lf25 of XSon! pe)ier b.gh erhool fur pnlttrf on the Wt fl.t in the Armtstioe day parade. The precrjatjon t accompanied, by sa appropriate p-e h. The som!r of aatm.We ft l;i "4 sjnee Nov. 3t is 15 No f.,"i.res will be an.Ul.ie o the VKZ lkaw until after the first of tba year. a of Montpelier and the Essex company of St. Johnsbury. The Montpelier report, signed by Stephen S. Cushing, nresiden. and Robert H. Wilder, clerk. reports $7,100 out of $10,000 of capital stock paid in. All of the $50,000 of rapitsl stock of the Essex company has been paid in, according to the re port signed by Howard U. and Earl W. Philbrook. - GROUP N. E. RAILROADS. Ii Suggestion Made U New JJjjgland Joint Commission. Boston, Dec 13. Grouping of the New England railroads as a unit con trol of which would remain entirely in .this section was suggested to-day at a public hearing before the joint New England joint commission on domestic and foreign commerce as plan for consolidating the roads under the transportation act of 1920. TALK OF THE TOWN .Stephen Woodard of Bradford, N. II., was in the city to-day on business, RoHin T. Battles or 'Hard wick was in the city this morning on business. Mrs. W." II. Johnson of Beebe, Que., was in the city to-day for radium treatment. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hcagny of Burlington are visiting friends in Barre for a few days. Lawrence Williams of Westerly, R. I., is renewing acquaintances in Barre, planning to lie here till the holidays. Mrs. William Moir and daughter, Beverly, of Norwich, Conn., are in Barre for a few days, visiting friends. Mi ' Gwendolyn Spencer of Bidde-ford,- Me., has retuied to her home, after passing a few days in Barre and Pla infield. Rehearsal at Presbyterian church on Wednesday at 4 o'clock for thosf Jak ing part in the Chri.tmas tree enter tainment. . Walter Loso and Silas Loo of Plattsburg, N. V., have returned to their home, after passing several days in Barre on business Mrs. E. M. Lyon of 27 Highland ave nue submitted to an operation yester day at the Barre City hospital, and later received radium treatment.' C. R. Allen of Saratoga Springs, N. V., returned to his home yesterday, after passing several days in Barre at tending to his real estate interests here. A concert very unusual in type but of an extraordinarily high quality was given in the Methodist church last eve ning by a chorus of 40 voices from Montpelier seminary, directed by Miss Pattilio of that institution. Christ mas carols of France, Austria, Ger many, RuKia, Belgium, Bohemia and England were sung and much enjoyed. Particularly appreciated was the Old Breton melody which Mis Pattillio sang as a solo. Miss Gates of the seminary gave two organ selections, one of them, "March of the Magi Kings." a descriptive number, being es pecially enjryed. Besides the chorus work there were solos and trios, mak ing a. program of great variety and merit. Roger Gervasi, Barre's boy sketching genius, has added another to his al ready lengthy lit of work. Th one is a pencil sketch of Marshal Ferdi nand Foch and is on exhibition in the window of B. W. Hooker 4 Co. The picture Is a perfect l,kene of the fa- nmi warrior hut l rnmne m that It shows, not the kindly, smiling-visaged. handshaking r.ocli, but the irnn jaed, steely -eyed emqueror who raereilcs-ty la-linl the German rcpre senistires stitli the ooj.twns upon which the allies would temporarily reae tie armfciisTi-n ol ail llim-t Irfrmtn. in toe d m I f'.t f the rail- rad car in the French uret, tl.at hi toric November ight.! Gcrni hi Km sket'hur since he a a liar v.njT;r"'er and h s work r. attr-1e4 raise. All these proposed improvements are to be made with the money received under allotments of Nov. 11. 1910, and subsequent allotments to Vermont of the sum f $,1 .242,000 to be matched by the state. None of these are in cluded under the' allotment of $365, 025 made to Vermont by the bill of Nov. 9, 1921. ., THINGS WENT BY 7'S , At - the Coddard -Seren-Cent ' Fai" Last Evening. The annual "seven-cent fair" was observed in the assembly hall last night and the committee in charge re ports that the affair was a big mieeess. The program and sale excelled that of previous years, and those who attend ed the event spent a very enjoyable evening. The sale started promptly at (1:37, followed by the presentation of the program at 8:07. Dancing was then enjoyed until 11:07, the school orches tra furnishing the music. The committee in charge of the booths reports that the hale of con tributed articles was large and wishes to extend its thanks to all those who contributed articles to thia event. The fair was well -supported by the towns people and the school wishes to show iu appreciation to those who helped to make the "sevt-n-cent fair" the suc cess that it was. "The Crimson Cocoanut." a one-act farce, wan the feature of tlie evening's program. Neil Willey, who took the leading role, kept the audience in good humor by his comical conception of an English waiter. Milton Hunt acted the part' of a Scotland yard officer. Miss Ida Ener and Howard Hitchon played the part of Russian anarchists. Judg ing frvm the incomplete returns, the Goddard improvement fund will be in creased about $-00, as a result of the fair. FUNERAL OF MRS RUTH TENNEY. And Judge Ordered Wil liamstown Man to Pay $500 Fine.' LIBEL ACCUSATION WAS HARD FOUGHT Respondent Is to Take Case to Supreme Court, v Was Held Yesterday Afternoon at Home of Her Son In Barre. The funeral of Mrs. Ruth A. Tenney, who died Saturdav afternoon at the home of her son. Burton Tenner of 75 Washington street, was held yester day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. r rank I Goodspced of the Congrega tional church was the officiating clergy. The body was laid in the vault in Elm wood cemetery and will be taken to South Royalton in the spring .for burial. There was a litvtutiful collection of flowers, with roses and carnations in biifidance. The bearers were the four sons, thanes lenney, nurton tenney, Edward Tenner, and Frank Tennev, and two uephews, Fred Shepard and Arthur Button. Those from out of town who were present were, Edward Tenney of Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tennev of Concord. N. H., Frank Tenney of Concord. N. H Arthur Button of (Jreenfickl. Mass., and Fred Shepard of South Rovalton. . Ohel-ea.'Dec 13. The jury in Or ange county court in the case of State vs. George T. Colby of Williamstown, charged with criminal libel, returned a verdict of guilty yesterday after noon and the respondent was "fined $500, after which it was stated that the case would be carried to supreme court on exueptiotia. . , The trial of the case started Thurs day morning,: when a jury was em panelled. The respondent was in formed against by the "attorney gen eral of Vermont for having published and circulated a circular addressed to tile "Voters of Orange County" just before the primary election in 1920, which set forth among other things, that "if our state's attorney had not been hired not to do his oflidal duty, the . candidate for assistant judge would have been behind the bar long ago," or words to that effect. Attorney General Frank C Archibald of Manchester Depot was present and conducted the prosecution, assisted by tlie present state'a attorney, Millward C. Tat, and the respondent was rep resented br Earl R. Davis and John W. Gordon of Barre. The taking of the testi and the arguments of coun sel ol ied the attention of the court until Vuturday noon, and the jury was kept together over Sunday and charged by Judge Moulton Monday and given the case about noon. The defense was based on the claim by the respondent thafc-he had reason to believe and did honestly believe that the charges made in the circular-were true, and thus upon such honest be lief It was his Tight to publish and cir culate such belief among the voter of the county. The cae was hotly con tested. The arguments of counsel on both iue were earnest and forceful. - The respondent, Colby, is one of Williamstown'a prominent citieens. who his filled roenv town offices and who has represented hi town in the Vermoat legislature. The bringing of the case has caued a great deal of in terest throughout the county, and out vie; :'"' ' ' Short Term of Court Probable. Tha "December term of the court convened on Tuesday, Dec. 6, with the following court ollicers present: Sher man U. -Moulton or iiuiniieron, pre siding judge: R. Nelson Darling of Bradford and Edward W. Tient of Ran dolph, assistant jndsres; Wllliani H. Sprague, clerk; Lyle R. Beekwith, den utr clerk? George A. Tracy, sheriff; Millward C. Taft, state's attorney, and Mabel L Spencer, reporter. Prayer was offered bv Rev. John A. .Lawrence, after which Sheriff Tracy made the opening proclamation, which waa fol lowed bv the reading ot tlie tya! cal endars, whe' it was found that of the six case set for trial by jury, only one would stand for trial, the others having been continued by agreement of counsel for the various litigants. In the afternoon of the opening day, the petit jurors were called and sworn, after which they were addressed by Judge Moulton relative fo their duties in general, as inrors. On Wednesday morning the case of Louis J. Warner vs B. C. Hoyt, set for trial by (with parties, hr jury, waa called and a jury empanelled and the pluintiff put on the witness stand and interrogated by his counsel for about an hour, when counsel asked the court for a short reccs, for conference, which was granted and after half an hour's conference, counsel agreed that the cae might and should I taken from the jury and set to the court for trial, which wns done and the remainder of the day was devoted to the trial of this case by the court, but was not completed, however AUTO DID ANTICS. ONE-SIXTH OF SERVICE FREE Barre City Hospital En larges Scope of Its Usefulness. TOTAL PERSONS ' CARED FOR, 699 Reports C-iven and Officers Elected at Annual . -Meeting. Nearly one-sixth of the service ren dered by the Barre City hospital in 1921 was free, according to the figures presented in the annual reports of that institution, presented at the annual ,,.. tintr in the c.itv court room last evening. The number of patients cared for, the income and expenditures for the year, and the condition 01 me siu--ing fund are given in the reports of the oflicers printed below. Dr. 0. G. Stickney was re-elected president of the corporation; - Dr. W. Tl Boid. viee-nrejsident: H. W. Scott, clerk, and "M. L. Chandler, George N. Tilden, William Barclay ana james Smart were re-elected trustee for a term of three years. John O'Leary was elected to fill out an unexpired term of one year. The report of the executive committee i a follow; , f the Trustees of the Barre City Hos pital; "The hospital year just closed ha been an uneventful one. The work of caring for those needing it accommo dations and services ha been steadily carried forward with the result that 9 people have received its ministra tion, with 7,074 days' nursing and there were 225 surgical operations. Sixty-seven children were born within the hospital during the year. The Ains worth X-ray department wa called to the aid ol lis patterns aunng me yem. "With existing condition in Barre, the hospital ha been called upon to give more free service than in any pre vious year, 42 patient receiving free or part free care and treatment, with . ,.! f mis dav of free nurning for city and hospital rases, or approxi mately 15 per cent or me worn ui ine hospital being free. Thi service repre sent a cost to the hospital close to $4,000. The city contribute $3,000 a year toward this work in the hospital. Furthermore, paying patients do not pay enough to meet the full cot of their care which means a further loss and further demands on the public for fund to moet the deficit. ' "Until the hospital is much more generously endowed there will always be those call for fund, and your com mittee repeats it pb of last year; There no better way to perpetuate a name and perpetuate it inaiffatefiu manner thai through a hospital en dowment fund. It keeps on doing good indefinitely. In this respect how ap propriate are the words of Chalmers, "Do trvod. and leave behind you a mon ument that the storm of time cannot destroy. Write your name in kindness, love and mercy on the hearts of thou sands; you will never bo forgotten."' "The Woman' Hospital Aid society has rendered very valuable service the past year in renewing-and replenishing minnliesi and euuinment and in redeco- ralinir the hospital building. Mrs. George B. Jlilne a VERMONT PAID RESPECTS TO MARSHABFOCH funds held by treasurer ....... The Granite Sav ings bank as trus tee holds Ira C. Calef : funds amounting to (en dowment) Barre Saving bank as truntee holds the Eliza beth Smith fund amounting to . . , $11,377.41 10,000.00 1,005.00 $22,382.41 Statement of Indebtedness. Nov. 24, 1020, Mtg. Barre Savings bank $10,26l.0 Barre Savings bank notes ..... 6,500.00 Famous Frenchman and Leader of Allied Forces .... ., - .. -r . Against Ger.i my Made. a Stop at B . tleboro for 20' Minute' Ad Was Ac- claimed J Enthusiastic I 0 A Crowd 1921. $22,761.00 March 10, note to ' Granite Savings bank 700.00 May 13, note to . Granite. Savings bank. 2,700.00 Oct. 31, note to Granite Saving . bank 420.00 Jan. 1, paid on Barre Savings bank notes ....v.. $ 674.50 Aug. 18, paid Granite Savings , bank note 2,700.00 Dec, 1. 192!, notes outstanding...... ......... 0,945.44 Dec. 1, 1921, due on mortagage .. 10,201.00 $28,381.0 $20,581.06 Respectfully submitted, A. C, Moore, treasurer Figurea from Superintendent's Keport. Annual report, Dec. 1, 1920 Dec. 1. 1921: Patient in house Dec. 1, 1020, ..." 27 Vntients in house Dec. 1, 1921, .. IS Number of patients admitted 690 Xumber of patients' discharged .. 708 Number of births 07 Number of deaths '. 44 Number of operations 325 Number of days nursing ....... 7074 Number, of days' free nursing ba bies 005 Number of days' free nursing city 38S Number of days' free nursing to tal 1918 Cafh received, board of patients and miscellaneous receipts $19,804.50 Cash paid out, to treasurer and tor incidentals $19,604.56 Ainsworth X-Ray Service: Number of X-rays 113 Cah on hand Dec. 1, 1920, $1.69 Keceived . .. 301.79 " Paid out ...$217.23 Cash on band Dec. 1, 1921, ..... 103.25 SPAULDING ATHLETIC NOTES. Interclass Basketball Series Brings Out Interesting Contests. contribution of $100 towards this lat fcer work. The woman's hospital aid also received valuable financial assist ance from the Goose Green-Sijuag Hol low organiration, and conducted the usual bag dav. A. C, Moore. "William Barclay, "Frank E. Ijingley, "Executive committee." The Spaulding seniors and sopho mores split in the basketball games plaved yesterday in the interclass series, the sophomore boys defeating the senior five 12 to 7 and he senior girl setting the sophomores back 4 to SI punning, airs., 3 u fame yOI,n(f) the lso made a direct ,more Kft forwar(1; piicd baU hit And Finally Came In Violent Contact -With Tree. The Treasurer's Report. 1920. Nov, 24 Balance in Barre Savings bank, $U73.31, and unclaimed check, $ 674.26 su- fl.25 . Ineome from perintendent Proceeds notes is sued to Granite Savins bank Mar. 10. $700; May 1.1, 52.700; Oct. 31, 420 Appropria tion from city of Barre Income Ira Ca Iff fund Income Stillman Wood fund Collections at un ion Thanksgiving An iifirmklii! ni np.1 and drii.-n liv I services, I.1LU-.1 George L. Prade of Keene, N. H was ! Interest n war Uliohilv ilimnnxl i HH.II 1-ft chest x-iatJon the ryd and crashed into a tree on the Montpelier road near Intercity park vesterday afternoon. The tao 20.600.43 3,820.00 3,000.00 975.00 - 51.00 45.04 FIRED UT LIQUOR CASE. head) ights were broken as via one- half of the windshield and -the radiator wa (lightly sprung. Mr. Prade re ceived slight cut on both hsnds from the glass of the windshield but did not require medk-al attention. He said that he was traveling to ward Barre at a moderate rate of speed when for some rraeoa the rear end started to cavort, he pave it more gas. and ben be did the rer end pave a mighty twist and the mavhine leaped from the road into the tree, lie eominued on into Barre and after hav ing the light fixed and some tnp-leak solution j put into the radiator, con tinued on bis homeward journey. Louis Brusa Pleaded Guilty Following a Said. Louis Brusa of Blaekwell street was, arraigned before Judge Elwin 1. 1 Soot on rhnre of keeping and fur- James Scott ArTesled On His wife s i BASSE TOWN MAN SENTENCED. Liberty bond Applied on not indel4cdncss a t Barre Savings bank Fxenditnre per order drawn 1920 1921 Dec. 1, 1921, balance side's total score .with six baskets on free tries. Ross made two pretty ones from the floor. For the .victorious senior girls. Miss Ladd did all the i-ox- ing, dropping two from the floor. Tlie lineups: Sophomore boys Young left forward, t.rearson right lorward, It. Wood center, Boss left guard and Kager right back; substitutes Brown, Caron and Smith. Senior boys San guinctti left forwatd, A. Slayton right forward, Bradley center, heaver left guard. Mason right puard. substitutes Franzi, Alln and Reynolds. Senior girls Misses Ladd rieht forward Stevens left forward. Leslie (-enter. Shores right guard. Davis left guard. The varsity S'jimd daily grow fast er and faster. Not in . by any means, but in speed. A strong bid is to lie made for the state champion ship this year The first squad mW contains eight men and the second nine. These 17 men are battling hard every afternoon for places on the var sity five and a ronsequenee Spauld ing will be' bound to have a whirl wind t earn on the floor this year. Radical change made within the past few days by Coaeh Lundholm include (he transfer of Burke from the junior rls team tothe fiit varsity (iad, Wylie from the firt varsity squad to the second and Cella from the second to the junior rlws team, t oaeh Lund holm intend to let no precedent or past record of a player influence him onlr a man' performauee on the floor in hi che'ee of bi first-string men and will assured of the coveted place. The first game of the season will be 674.26 . plawd to-morrow night at Montpciirr I with the orwin iresnman. i ne game !i!l be plaved between the halves of 7,98.4lMhe V. V. M. Norwii h battle. Coach 'Lundholm expect to take the entire Sll.lS'fir.t and second varsity quad on the trip. Msnaeer Wendell Allen of Ii Spiildinff bketball team b -nin'-ed the following a the complete GOV. HAatTNESS GAVE OFFICIAL APPRECIATION- t-ft American L e g i o n Men From Many Parts of Vermont Were , Among Those Who Did Honor .... Exercises Were Hurried As Foch Leaves Country Tomorrow t Brattleboro, Dec. 13. Marshal Focli of France paused here in his passage through Vermant to-day and received a rousing welcome. A reception com mittee headed by Governor Hartness, ' American Legion men and others from all parts of the state who came by special train and from nearbytowns in New Hampshire, greeted the leader of the allied armies. The exercises which lasted tnty minutes" took place on a platform erected near the etation. After the governor, Bert S. Hyland nt Putlan.-I. Leo-ion denartment com mander, aud Commander E. W. Gibson' N' of the Brattleboro post had welcomed the marshal, he replied, expressing the gratitude of France for America's part in the war and 'for the efforts tlie Unit ed States is now making in behalf of world peace James P. Tavlor of Burlington, sec retary of the Greater Vermont associ ation, then presented the marshal a leather-hound booklet descriptive of the Cliamplain vnlle which was visited by General LaFaye'tt in 1825. Schools ana factories were closed and business was suspended during the. early part of the morning. Gov. Hartnesa to Marshal Foch. governor Hartness conveyed the welcome-and good will of the people of the state in the following: "As governor of the state of Ver mont, I esteem it a high privilege to greet you within our borders. "Just as we honor, esteem and hive our ex-service women and men and our American Legion, so we honor, esteem and love the service men and women of glorious France. t "As our own aervice men and wom en lmve I rough t bak to our state and c.untv-mueh honor so you and your fhtc-s have aJ.d-sd great lu.tr.. to vour country's lame. "Our share in this service has giv n us keen and reverent conscious ness of the magnificent glory that hns - come to you, Mr. Marshal, and to tlwv valiant fighters of your grand repub lic of France. "France as a nation stands to-day dsarer than -ever before. "France is now at the pinnacle of the bulwark of noble sentiment that has been born of suffering and heroic kervice in a righteous cause. "And to you, dear marshal, as the representative of your glorious repub lic, and one whose generalship won ihe gratitude and praise of the allied hosts, the people of the stat of Ver- . uiont tender their expressions of love and admiration." OVER 50 FROM BASSE ' $29.1 735 $29,173 85 The following is a lit of the endow- mi,. f i. n :! a I,, mi . t r . . ii r-T and the marner of their investment : j schedule for this ses-on; Dec. 14 Sr Ira C. Calef, X. V. frehmn at Mnt!ciier: le. in $ 3 000 00 I HoUlemess mm or I'lytrouin. n, here: Dee 2. Alumni, here; Jan. . WsterHurr hi"h, beret Jan. Ii. St. Citv bonds Ira - C. Calef. town, Swanton bonds 2.1SHVfsi Ira C. Csle-f. II... tel Barre bond 5fi) 00 Complaint. Stillman Wod fund. Liberty bonds nru raUe attention ia this vicinity. '. tn. nishing liquor, Testenlav afternoon n.t nlcaded tniillf. He was fined Klllfl nd cost which be paid. Brusa ws' James Scott, 31 year old of Barrel War Cbe-t ao- srrested as the result of a raid on his Town, wa s'l to serve fromjciation fund, L.a- bome Sundav night bv the Barre police, one to two vest in the bouse of ewr-jerty b-wd He wa admitted to"$'0 -bail veter- rwtion at Winder. jetcrdy whea be ; -rsre t.ray funl dar mnmmg and wa arraigned later was arraigned Ufore Ju.!r Klin L. I on dcit Ban in the dav. Scott, charged ith breh of the ; Ssvmr hi ink, . W.lliim Rr',l 3 rnn .U of i see. Ntt rr-tc-d Sunday J.yjtS.S'W . . ." Bsrre Tait, was sercot of nine ! puty Sher.n H. J Ms v ton who was i Mi-relUnft c dollar and .1aor4 on probation fce called V the S.tt hme , infonr.-' 4. m ir,r;t fund Ke s arr..ml lfcre Judge I-lwia ! that ScMt waa hrtm b w,. ... pc- i irre L Scott resterdar. rhargei with M.en;T Myto Lind the rom?.;ar.t bt k. No. 13 kec pme and' f!irnibir.g Ihpk. Briet warraated and immod.ately j U mmm amr.l l,r IWr.ntV t.eri3 II. J. SITMirs i mi i i" v- w Viibsel s bi-h. here; Jn. IX. Teooles at Mor-isville; Jan H " M otnci ec emioarv here: Jan. Sft St. Mbsrs at llO.TOtt'St. AlMns: Jsn. 2S Mnel'er emi-n-r Mtustpelier; Jsn ?7 M"atrber !.i?, hrrr; Jsn. 2 Srrincft'M at 1 .2n0.no j rrinHleM : Feb. 1 fneaster. N. II iti-h t Lncfcr rew';ei ; FeK 3 PtirVp-t'.a b'-h t R-fl-ncton; Feb. ham.t rtHd'-1 a nnr!!rrn: retK Were In Brattleborv te Help Welcoma Marshal. Barre was well represented at the reception tendered to Marshl Foch in Brattleb"" this morning, more than 60 siing from here oft the special train which wa run from St. Alban to Brattleboro early this morning. The party will return to Barre some time this afternoon." Many of the Legion boy ia "the party wore their uni forms, .. . FOCH SAILS WEDNESDAY. After Being Guest af Americas Legion Since Oct. 27. New York. IV-c. 13. Marohal Foch ill reach here late to day to say fsrencll to the metropolis and the I'nited States. He Wednesday on' the eteamer Paris for Fran-e. Since bis arrival here O-tober 27. a a puet of the American Legion, he has traveled 20,(xm mile and viited nearly every city in the I'nited Stte and Canada. Hi sw ne down through Xew Kngtsnd imludt stop and brief evcrr-wi st " Brattk'K.ro, Vt, ond Springfield, Angaotino Balrarini and Iul Cop io!jni left Bsire vevtt4r afternoon f.,r New Yvrk City. They l cn- on ;.'l embark rnMrl trr-'nurr at Sf'';pg j there t Jsy on toe . .V v erdi ana Wv: Feh. 11 Trn'fM herer FcH f tWr ill pe- tK l'il,( l'i Hsnnver. X L. bc-: FeH. 1, rv.r! Wee: F'H 2 St. ! b: ZX1 lm -!jc Lai juar'. r. Total end jw Beat ' J v.-r-tretiee kick ; M"rn1'e: Mr. ia tslVrml We- ,(r. 1 Ft! nciM Vr: 'mt. Ii Cwt'i't triT et ' -"ri:Vl es n" ' ' e--; 'r " L'slr, N. H, krg fjwoslfsgt. n'cr. I be trip ws tSe reu!t of a letter Ks'srini recf-nt- Iv reef 1 itnm I. f-lk in Italy "; t' i hi f:lr s in prior a as 1 fs.. r; rt i.;'y. He imcdi '.!v n a rrsr--thct.? !t r: am a old bm to l with 1 ! it'hft tm tH p;Trtul.,f eid sr,l t.i-viai d- (. ' I to gi t.