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ARKE DAILY TIME VOL. XXV. No. -237. BARRE, VERMONT, FltlDAy, DECEMBER' 23, 1921. PRICE, TWO CENTS. AMERICA'S MILLIONS MADE AVAILABLE FOR ' - -V ; . .' , . ........... t . - , STARVING RUSSIANS FRANCE .SENDS -ACCEPTANCE Act of, Congress in Ap propriating $20,000,000 For Relief in, Famine ' Stricken R e g i o n s of Great Country Is Fol lowed By Presidents Signature WATTERSON SEEVICE PRIVATE. FUNDS BECOME IMMEDIATELY AT DISPOSAL Already the American Re lief Administration Is Feeding More Than 800 000 Children and the Number Is Expected to Exceed a Million By Christmas Washington, IX C, Dee. 23. Pretsi dent Harding lias signed the Russian relief I)iil which carries appropriations (f $20,000,000 to be expended under the supervision of the American relief-ad ministration. The funds become lm mediately available. DAIL BURIALS 200. In the Famine-Stricken Region of Sar atov. .. Moscow, Dee. 23 (By the Associated Tress). The death rats in the famine districts of Russia is rising rapidly, More than 200 victims' are buried ev-. cry day in the Saratov region. The American relief administration is feeding more than 800,000 children, and the number is expected to pass the million mark by Christmas. Dis tribution of food draft packages will be started at Kiev shortly, the first being sent into the Kharkov and Odes sa dis.tricfs. DAWS' ADJOURNMENT ' FAVORABLE TO TREATY Session Will Meet Again Jan. 3, Mem ben Agreeing Not to Make Speeches in the Meantime. - a London, Dee. 23 (By the Associated 'Press).-The Dail Eireann's adjourn meut of further debate on the Irish . -peace treaty until Jan. 3, although coming as a surprise here, was con sidejed as favorable for ratification. By "agreement between the contending factioiis, the Dail members will deliver no .speeches touching on the treaty durjng the period of adjournment, nor participate in public meetings at which the treaty is discussed, but it is be lieved the Irish people will get togeth er and agitate for ratification. Agricultural and business associa tions and civic bod 9 in Ireland are planning, meetings to pass resolutions favoring the treaty and. although it is recognized that there will be some dec larations against acceptance, it is be lieved the majority will support the stand of Arthur Griffith, Michael Col linn and other treaty advocate. The adjournment period will thus, it is said, be equivalent to a popular ref erendum. The English new spaper correspond ents in Dublin emphasized the impor tance of the speech of Kichard Mul , cahy; chief of staff of the Irish repub lican army, in the Dail yesterday, in which he advocated acceptance of the treaty. They thought that his support, with that of such lighting men as Mi chael Collins and J. .1. McKeown, as ' Hired the adhesion of the republican army throughout the country. Some of the correspondents also dwelt upon what they consider Ea Inonu Ih Valera's loss" of prestige, as indicated by the vote for adjournment, which he opposed. De Valeira's state ment that when he assumed the repub lican presidency, he did not regard hi art a fettering hi actions and re yarded, as damaging his influence. Because. of the Grief of the Widow and - ;': Daughter. , - Jacksonville, Fla., .Dec. 23. "Mam Henry" Watterson, content1.' with the fullness of his life, rested to-day' from his labors. , With only the members of his im meriate family present, and with theh hour of the service unannounced, the body of the venerable Kentucky journ alist, who died here yesterday,, was placed an a vault to remain until spring when it will be taken home to be given a final resting place beside hig mother md father in Cave Hill cemetery at Louisville. - Because of the grief of his widow and sister- and for fear many persons would attempt to attend the brief and simple service at a mortuary chapel which preceded laying away the body, Henry Watterson, jr., arranged that the hour of the service not be made public and the family requested that there be no floral tributes, desiring that the service and everything con nected with it be as simple as possible. The Rev -J. T. Boone, pastor of the First Christine church here, of which denomination Mrs. Watterson is a member, officiated. Because of the Threaten ing Situation in' Egypt BRITAIN SENDS TWO WARSHIPS But Maintains Position Re garding Submarines and Coast Ships IS WILLING TO NEGOTIATE LATTER OTHER SHIPS GET "READY" ORDERS Nationalist Movement Egypt Assumes Serious Proportions in MONTPEL1ER Robert Jones, Formerly of Montpelier, Died in Burlington. ' The body of Robert Jones of .Bur lington, formerly of Montpelier, is ex pected to arrive here to-day and the funeral will be held at some later date from the home of George Felt. Mr. Jones at one time was employed in the granite business here and was working in a granite ofhec. in Burlington at the time of his death. He married Nettie Felt, daughter of George Felt of this city, who survives him. He was about '55 years of age. His death occurred at 2: JO thin morning. A WARM CHRISTMAS. With Raia Over Eastern Portion Ex cept Northern States. Washington, I). C, IV-e. 23 Warm er aeath.-r with rain promised to-day to destroy hopes of snow for Christm' over all of the eastern half of the country except the extreme northern tjite. Weather bureau c-flk-i! there a possibility that the rain falling tn-d.iy or forecast for to-night eat of the Mississippi tni-ht not to "ufS cient to melt all of the snow nw on the ground in r.me sc-tions. The weather witl to folder generally 1fc rou ahuit the eastern h!f ,f the roun'ry on Christmas day, the bureau a 1. er in Biirhtijrnn. Major II. P. Sheldon. de fi.h and Fame (nnmiiiUHT, Mr. Sheldon and Janet Sheldon will pa the holiday in Fair Haven with Msjir Sheldon' parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Srragu bave ene to Xcan-irt. X. H-. t spend the 1)I's!t with Mrs. Sp'sgii' ' parent. Mil Gecrre Julian ef the state fi-li ind nme drar:ni-nt g.- tn-jretrow tr H;i:i-ng..ii to ru' t tor hti-'.an I. abr is s-wini n fr.ni .'. n. N. Y I a bere It aT-l-Ted a a ;,r, for ' the bo!.Uv Tiy will r t- M. l;asr. I lee. X- llinsT I hiin-h. J ' lnbff i t a tay eser ihr h..;.lv, hafr-tf ..'! the wur-ier .f "ta auto- w;tk- Mr. l-rwtiter, M.Itoa Ja- I !..' if-n. a a f-'';r.-l jm !:y ih.s l;a. I. - kiJ . r t j ai iih. j ' ". ) I- Oatej r ir '! f-h l.ar M4 t aM Anu and TT ( r,i A 'twn: a.:! to 11 tf-i ', rn ! dfhi'rcl -ar .ifc t', :.. X H-. a I V -ae of T letb-1 If m4 Tr..--i t bv. r '.r tae hAi4 r. FOCSD CTJILTY OF MURDER Harvey Chcrcb Sentenced to Death at . Chicago. The case of R. G. Dun &, Co. vs. John Dobbs, in Montpelier city court, on which a hearing was held this morning, was continued to Jan. 18, 1022, on terms that the defendant pay the plaintiff for expensed the gum of $20. Air. IJobbs could not be present in court because of Christmas business He was represented by F. E. GleaRon Theriault and Hunt appeared for Dun a, t o. . Students who have returned to Montpelier for the holidays include. liernard Mills, Gerald Ferkins, Rich ard Ode,!!, Catherine Odell and Francis Little from V. V. M.; George McKee and Howard Almon from Dartmouth; Kenfield Smith and William River from Lowell Textile institute; Joseph Laird from Middlebury college; Wells Brock from As-hton school, Peekskill, terry Colfon from ilbraham academy. A dance was held in Bailey hall last pight which was attended by about 50 of the students who are home for the holidays and others. Munseul's orchestra furnished music. Fred Felt arrived home about 10 o'clock Thursday morning from Bos ton, bavin? been delayed some six hour at White River Junction because of the railroad station fir at Bellows Falls. Mr. Felt was express messen ger this week between Boston and Bur lington and when the fire occurred the night "express cars were south of the fire so that the train crew had to wait until tliese could be brought by the ite of the fire. The northbound night leeper had to be run m two sections, the second being the express. Other lmnar freight reached Montpelier con- iderablv late. The trains this morn- ng and last night were some late ow ns' to freight, mail and express traf fic. State's Attorney Charles K. Novak of Rutland county was in the eity yes terday afternoon on legal matter. Miss Lena Hamilton of the board of harities has been in the city a couple of day in connection aith iier duties. Rev. W. R. Davenport of .St. Albans, istrict superintendent of the Vermont Methodist conference, was in the city to-dav. F. K. Fester, formerly of Calais, who has been employed in the ollice of the state forester for about' two years, leaves th department to-night to take up another line of work. Hi succes or has not yet been chosen. - The Christmas exercises of the Fni.-- eopal ehurcli took place last evening, including a fervice in the church and the usual partv for the children. , Mr. and Mr. J. K. Riley, jr., of North Main street have pone to their former hon. in Elmira. X. Y., to pass thi holidays. Mr. John H. Dubois and children of Raadolph have arrived to pas the Christmas holiday with Mrs. Dubois' motherfl Mrs Thorn a Gisborne, of Bailey avenue. Miss Mabel Da! of the secretary of state' oflice will pasn the holidays in Whitefield. X. H., with her tister family, The Sti'e House office will be closed to-morrow feivm until Tuesday morning because of the legal holiday on Mnday, a Chritma come on Sunday. Mi Margaret Hickey. secretary to Secretary "t State Harry A. Black, will pss the holidays with her moth- Malta, Dec. 23 (By the Associate Press). Two British warships have received orders to proceed to Egypt im mediately. Other units "of the British Mediterranean fleet are under orders to leave at the shortest notice. ; Cairo, Eypt, Dec. 23 (By the. Asso ciated Press). Said Zagloul Pasha, one of the Egyptian nationalist', leaders, who refused yesterday to obey an or der issued by the military authorities that be and his chief follower cease all political activity and leave Cairo, was escorted to the railway station here this morning by Britibh troops. His removal was accompanied by some disturbance, including considerable smashing of glass. Later the plans were changed and Zagloul was trans ferred to a motor car and taken o Suez. The action of the authorities fol lowed a fight Thursday near the home of Zagloul in which two of his sup porter, were killed and six other wo"Mided. The' inalitary now have as sumed control of the situation. Ar mored cars are patrolling the town and the' authorities have announced their determination to suppress any possible trouble. , LITTLE GIRL'S BODY CRUSHED IN SUITCASE Waa Found in Closet of a Hotel at , New Brunswick, . N. JT New Brunswick, N J., Dec. 23. The mutilated body of Tessie Kucharski, five year old, who had been missing from her home at the Bellmore hotel, operated by her mother, was found packed to-day in a suitcase in a closet at the Hotel Albany.' According to the police the little girl was seen to enter the hotel at tt o'clock last night with George Garri, 4." year old, a carpenter, who lives the hotel. He said Tessie wa his granddaughter. He left an hour later, alone.'lhe police were seeking him to day. The girl' father is under indictment in connection with an attack upon a girl, the police said. He has not been seen here for some time. France Insists That Her Demands Are Necessary For Security . T'aris, Dee. 23 (By the Associated Press). Premier Briand has sent Am bassador J usscrand in, Washington a final and definite acceptance of the capital ship ratio,' France, however, maintains hor position regarding Bub- marines and .coast defense ships, al though she is willing to negotiate. France insists that her demands are vitally necessary to her security, it is indicated, but is disposed to co-operate with the 'United States as far as possible. . , FRANCE INDEFINITE ON AUXILIARY CRAFT to Has Not Sent Clear Instructions Conference Dele gation. Washington, D. C, Dec. 23 (By the Associated Press). Failure of the French delegation to receive expected additional instructions as to auxiliary naval craft from its homo government promised to lead to further discussion to-day of the submarine question by the Washington conference in the sin gle meeting likely to break a pre- Cbr'wtmaa lull. Under a tentative understanding the sumbarine discussions, opened yester day with a plea from the British dele gation for abolishment of submersible, automatically are resumed in evyit of announces by the French that they had nothing to present. - lnle the various delegations pre pared for the afternoon meeting, aug- etion came from the Italian represen tation that another conference be' ar ranged soon after the adjournment of he present gathering to take up fur ther the question of 'auxiliary naval craft. ''.' The Italians, through their spokes man, made the point that a number of nations having submarines either built, building or planned, were not represented at the present conference nd unless brought into 1 agreement with the spirit of the present gather ing might at comparatively amall out lay, construct suflitient submarine ton nage to menace the feeling of security of the power here represented. Hie Italian suggUion will be brought up for consideration before adjournment, it was said. SUSPECT ABDUCTER OF ANOTHER Ct7M.inlllllU JJDttl TO ESCAPE JAIL OLD RESIDENT OF BARRE. Man Captured After Trying to Get Away With Almost a Whole Fam- . ' ily Is Viewed By Victims of Train Bandits. Chicago, Dec 23. Victims of the bandit who robbed several passengers on the- Baltimore & Ohio night flyer Thursday night, to-day called at the police station in an endeavor to identi fy Claude Thomas, 33 years of age, of Seattle, who was captured last night after hU companion, Carl Gilbert, 30 years of ago, of Omaha had been killpd by a policeman.' ; Thomas and Gilbert had kidnapped Mrs. James Cirtlnghari, wife of the for mer manager of the Chicago American league buRlball team, her daughter, Margaret, 17 years of age, and George Harding, her brother,-iuat after thev had stepped itito an automobile in front of their home on the south aide. Policeman . YVilliaiti . McNaughton, leaning from the running board of a pursuing car. commandeered bv Mr. Callughan, killed Gilbert and "forced Ihoqias to Rurremler, after a wildVig- zag drive which ended when the Cal lughan car was wrecked by the robbers in attempting to turn sharply. FIRES OF TfiJE DAY. Jumped 35 Feet From a Barred Window and Got Away Big Electric Plant in Michigan; School in Maine. Big Rapids, Mich. . Dee. 23. Fire which last night destroyed the Rogers dam plant of the Consumer Power company six miles south of here, did damage estimated to-day at between KJIXMHJU and 4W,000. The plant built IS year ago was the nrst water power project in tin sec tion. - . PRISONER DENIED CHRISTMAS PAROLE Samuel Krayitz, . Af t e r Jumping, Had: to ' Cyross Long Stretch of Water Presque Isle, Me., Dec. 23. The high school waa burned early to-day with its contents and the school record. It was birilt in 1910 at a cost of $35,000 and was attended by more than 400 pupils. The loss estimated in excess of POO.OOO, was partially covered by in surance. Buffalo, N. V., Dec. 23. Fire Waned up to-day in the coal bunkers of the steamer J. Leonard ltcplogle, of the Hanna Jine, one of the nineteen grain carriers aground in the liaibor utar the Lackawanna breakwall. Fire tugs are siauaing oy uic vessel J ma. a, v., lec. z.i, tire to-day partially destroyed the four atory savings bank building here, caus ing damage estimated at $300,000. The firemen were handicapped by ncro weather. The fke started in a Masonic temple on the fourth floor. Masonic regalia and paraphernalia valued at nearly $100,000 was ruined in the conflagra tion. KELLDRER IS INDICTED. 'REMOVES ALL CHANCES OF WAR' "REBEL'S" GRANDSON, PREMIER. The New Head of Canadian Govern ment Has Distinction. Roeheter, X. Y.. Dec. 23 (By the As sociated IVess). William Lyon Mac kenzie King, premier-elect of Canada, has the distinction of heading the gov ernment of a country from which his pmnuiai ner was- rorcea IO nee as - "rebel and aerve a term in the Monroe county jail. In the early thirties William Lvon MaeKeniie, the grandfather, headed a faction in what wa then upper Can ada, now the province of Ontario which wa striving for wider autono my for the colony, and ws bitterlv opKsing the tory, or Kngli,-.h official party. Misunderstanding among the lead ers led to a complete failure f the re volt, and MaeKrnzie fled to this coun try with a price upon hi head. A sec ond atten.pl also failed and in K1 he wa tried here for a breach of the neulrality law and wnteneed to IS month- in jail, of which he wrved eleven. Ten years later he was pardoned and returned to Canada. . TWENTY ARRESTS MADE la Strike District of Omaas Man Fa tally Shot Not Identified. Omaha, Xeb., Pre. 23. Twenty men aere arrested to day in the par-king house district ahre a tnke i in progress, after hoIk rhargr-d into a crowd armind a street car. the trolley of ahkh had been pu!Ud froi is -a". b!e. I'nlirr to-day rrorted ilwv had torn unable to idrnt'fy the Kdr f a fnn fatally shot rw-ar ens of i)w pking oITk-m last night ,ir t find any ilew tht nvgM hd to the arret of "hi a-n.Unt. Quadruple Entente So Considered By Premier of Japan, as Quoted. Paris, Dec.s23 (By the Associated Press). Premier Baron Takashashi of Japan i quoted by the Tokio corre spondent of .the newspaper Lxcelsior a declaring: "The quadruple entente, which for Japan replace the Anglo Japanese alliance, i much wider" in hearing, and remove all chance of war." " I venture to say," he continued, "that the Washington conference lias opened a new epoch in the Pacific and the world. 1 not only believe that the entente will result in" making the Jap anew people happier, because it w ill lighten their burdens, but further than that, by reason of the guarantee we obtain, the position of Japan is strengthened in the far east." In regard to Jliina, the premier as i noted a saying: China is in an ad vanced stage of deeomp-ilion. It will be an unpleasant situation for Japan, and a misfortune for China, if, a the result of her anarchy, she doe not co-operate with the "friendly power seeking to bring about her 11 ni flea. Da Charge of Assaulting Mail Carrier Barrows of Bethel. BrattlcWo, IVc. 21. Twenty-two indictments were round by the federal grand jury, which reported at noon yesterday after being in session since Tuesday noon, evidence being pre sented by District Attorney V. A. Bul lard of Burlington. Two of the respondents are tinder arrest. The.y are Francis Kelliher of Iloaton, charged with assaulting Rural Mail Carrier A. H. 'Barrows of Bethel December 8 and Private Antonio Lorenzo of troop 1), 3rd cavalry, Fort Kthan Allen, charged . with the murder of Private John Joseph Roger at the post last October. Kelliher is in X'ewfane jail and Lorenzo is a prisoner at the post. These and other respondents will lie tried at the January term of the United State court in Montpelier. lourt took final adjournment yester day afternoon after fining Harry L. Stevens of Brookline $2.) for holding up the delivery of a letter which he took from a mail box while carrying the stage from Townshend to Saitons River. .Steven bad been prosecuted in the state court for forging an en dorsemnt to a check which he took rfrom the letter and cashing the check in Bellows Falls. - Boston, Dec. 23-Samuel Kravitz, serving three months' sentence at the Deer Island house of correction, want ed to be at home for Christmas. His wife wanted him at home for the holi day also and yesterday sought unsuc cessfully to obtain his release by pay ing a $100 fine. To-day it was dis covered that Kravitz had made his family reunion possible by escaping last night. ' In order to do so he bad to slip out of a motion pictura show, drop from barred window 35 feet to the groun and swim or row from the island to the shore, a distance of several hundred yards. No trace of the fugitive had been obtained to-day, but two guards were suspended fiwrn duty pending investi gation. ' . PIRIE MACINNES. Spaulding High School Graduate Bride at WUIiamstown. Mis Etta. Ann Maelnnea, daughter of Mrs. Christina Maelnnea of Granite villc. and Elliott James Pirie. son of James G. "Pirie of. Williamstown and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar .Smith of Burre, were quietly married las; evening at the Methodist parsonage in Williams-town, Rev. A. M. Markey per formed the ceremony using the double ring service. Mrs. Flora, Darby attend ed the bride, who wa gowned in dresa of turquoise blue messaline. John Maelnnea, brother of the bride, attend ed the groom. The bridesmaid wore a dress of blue crepe de chene. Mrs. Mac Innos gave her daughter away in mar riage. Immediately following the .ceremony the party went to the liride a home, where a surprise in the form of a wedding nipper was served by Misses Catherine and ilary rsmith. .Mrs. i'lrie in a graduate of hpauld ing high school,. cbis.I-J920, and taught for one year .-in the Baptist street school in Williamstown. She is BIG LIQUOR RAID. lion. SAVED FROM PRISON. 10 Youth Who Drove Automobile Triple Tragedy. Trenton, X. J., IVc. 23. Alfred 19 ; year-old high school senior BEIXG TOWED IN. Stestner Xew EotUsi jrw H?4ea for Hilifsi. Hyde. of Ci nauwBT iTiormiory fpiiruary on manslaughter charge crow ing out of three death caused when his automo 1 bile crashed into a curb at Patrraon t hristtra day, 1!J0. wa paroled to day by the court of pardon. The fne of $I.fHn. ahkh wa part of the aeptence, wa not remitted. Me ha never served the reformatory sentence, a he wa out on hail pend ing an appeal. Adolph Sr-hneeaei. a pede( rian. and Loui Merirn and Johanna Buti, we. cupant of the car Hvrie drove, were killed a hen it swerXed from the street. The jury whK-h found bins guilty reoorn mended extreme mercy, and later appeared before the court a a committe urging Judge Wstn trj re mit the prison jwnalty. Was Made in White River Junction. Three Arrests Made. White River Junction, Iee. 23. Wholesale quantities of Christmas cheer were diverted from the channels of hospitality yesterday when HtK) gallon of wine and enough litpmr of greater alcoholic content to give tone to several neore of holiday dinners wa seized a a result of a raid in the southern' part of the village. 1 Ifciminic I mo, Michael Guarino and Louis l-'iieci, charged with illegal o. session of liijiior. pleaded not giulty in municipal court yesterday afternoon and furnished Iwil for their appearance: at he next sitting of Judge A. (i. Wfl-1 h in's court. ' Deputy Sheriff Align MacAulcy, SherirT ' Ernest Oake, Chief of Police Patrick O'Keefe and Oflicer Charles O'Xeil and Thomaa MaMerson consti-j tuted the raiding party which oper ated early in the' morning. I In addition to the liquor seied, the j officers secured a large quantity of ; masb evidently intended to be util- I ized in the manufacture of intoxicat ing beverages. v a popular young woman in Granite ville. Mr. Pirie attended the school of Williamstown and during the war served tw6 years in the navy, hold Ing the rank of second-class gunner's mate on the I.liode Island and the de strover Bush. Many wedding gifts including linen, silver Uiwie and furniture were re ceived, by the contracting partie. Aft er a visit of two "week with friends in Barre they will make their homo. in tiraniteville, where, toe groom is an engineer on the Pirie quarry. A miscellaneous shower wa ten dered Mis- Machines Tuesday eve ning. There wa a large gathering of friends and the evening was pleasant ly passed in singing and games. A mock wedding was also given. The par ty broke up at a lata hour, wishing Miss Maclnnes much happinc-s. PAR IZO CULVER. Edwin Carleton Died While on Winter , Sojourn in Florida. " Edwin Carleton of 21 Highland ave nue, a lifelong resident of Barre, died in Orange City, Fla., on Dec 20, to which place he and two of his daugh ters, Mury and Dr. Fanny Carleton of this city, went by automobile las'i November. His body will be brought to Barre and will probably arrive on Monday next The arrangements for the burial have not yet been"made. An other daughter, Dr. Margaret B. Carle ton of Keene, N. II., will come, to Barre to take charge of the burial arrange ments. .-' - Mr. Carleton was born Nov. 2, 18 12, in the old homestead farm on the east hill in Burre, where hig father and his grandfather had lived, the latter hav ing been -one of the first settlers of tho town. He was the son of David and Mary (Wheeler) Carleton. His grand father wa Jeremiah Carleton, who, was the seventh in descent from Edward Carleton, one of the earliest settlers in the new world, he having come to the western continent from Europe in 1030, and having settled in Rowley, Mass., as a member of Rev. Ezekiel Rogers' company that peopled that ; town. The great grandfather of the subject of this sketch was also named Jeremiah and bore the military title of lieutenant, having served in the irench and Indian war under Gen NEARLY A PANIC IN BOSTON 'SUB" When Main , Power Cable ' Grounded and . Exploded SMOKE SW THROU I SYSTEM Thousands. Passengers " Were d Up For THours ! Boston, Dec. 23. Traffic was para lyzed for two hours and thousands of commuters and Christmas shoppers were trapped in underground trains this morning when a main power cable in the Cambridge subway grounded and exploded, cutting off the current. . Confusion broke loose in the vicini ty of the explosion between Chauncey eral Wolf, was wounded at the capture ,! i, Kmih stui when vol. of Louisburg in 17"8 and on the alarm . ,, . , , , ., , occasioned bv the invaaion by the Brit- um09 of ih'ck 8Irukc Poured U"Sl ih General Burgoyne in 1777 went to the tube 'and penetrated to adjoining the defence of Fort Tieonderoga. ' subway systems. In one train which Jeremiah, grandfather of Edwin .nnroac.hinir tho scene, of the blow. Carleton, settled on the Carleton farm in the eastern part of Barre in 1704, having come from Lvndeboro, Xr. II. It was said of him: "Mr.. Carleton having cleared a portion of the farm on which he established himself, as before stat ed, proceed to erect a dwelling houe, I ajr hcvo.id. . 1. ... 1. 1 1. . . - . . , .. ... . . . . . iu nuirn i.e. uiuugui. ma j uuk .ie, In addition to tile tftOUsaiKt Oil Deborah, daughter Of David and Deb- .tranderl trains front. (V.mhridra . to orah (Clark) Edwards of Montpelier, j. Boston, other thousands waited wnom lie marrieu iiv o, ir.o. iwn; tie SUUuav plat forma or above out, a near panic was averted by tho resourcefulness 'of the motorman, who permitted, hi train to const down through the pall of smoke bringing the gasping passengers out into clearer lived to see the wilderness give place to fruitful fields, and the town settled m every purt." I In farm was retained in the Carle ton lamily lor more than IU0 3'ears Since disposing of it Edwin Carleton had resided in thi city, living in tie house on Highland - avenue which he erected. He had not entered actively into the affairs of the community but was regarded a an estimable citizen. He married lannv Ihompson.daugh ter of Warren Thompson of Montpel ier, who togetfier with a son, Alfred Thompson, died many years ago. Mr, Carleton is survived by the three daughter mentioned above and by two sister. Mrs. Fanny C. Dike of Chicago and Mrs. hdlen C. Osgood of Montpel ier. The late Judge Hiram Carleton, probate judge at Montpelier for many year, was a orotner 01 tne deceasca. SANTAS ON THE STREET. ground trying to crowd intd the tube stations out, of the cold. The Cuinbridga aubwav run from Harvard square, Cambridge, through the business section of Boston to the. south district beyond. Its western ter minal is a feeder from Belmont, Cam bridge, Arlington, Watertown, Brigh ton and adjacent suburbs. At the east ern end Dorchester, Neponsct, .Roxbury, Milton and South Boston are served. Its connection on another level with the Washington street tunnel at Sum mer, Winter and Washington fctrcets, in the business section, 100 'yards from the scene of the explosion, is the center of the city's subway system. The Eat Boston tuunel terminal at Seollay square is half a mile north. The smoke was swept through most , of these underground systems and the effects, of the accident were felt to some extent in all. Subway official' said there were no casualties and that the. damage wai slight. TWO PRESENTATIONS Marriage Took Place at Baptist Par - sonage Last Evening. Paul Parizo and Miss Evelyn Cul ver, both of Barre, were united in mar riage at 8:30 Thursday evening bv Rev. B. J. Lehigh at the Baptist par sonage on Franklin street. They were attended by- Mis Ida Bedell and Ray mond Belliner The bride is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Culver, who reside in Somerville, Mass., and the groom's father, Akin Parizo, lives in Riverton. Mr. and Mr. Parizo, who will reside in Barre. have deterred their wedding trip until after Xew Year's. " Are Distributing Small Gift - to the Youngsters. I he, t.oi istmas spirit in full sway swept Main street last night. All of the stores were opened after supper until 9o clock and hundred ft reamed n and out and along the street. Ev ery window had a knot of shoppers' in front of it all during the night and everyone seemed to" be filled with the gaiety and joy of the season.. The tores did a big business and in antici pation each had doorboyi on duty a a been the custom. Some of these 011 ng ter had stools upon which to rest but none of them had any chance o use them. The two Santa Clauses who have been strolling about Main treet for several dav, leaving behind them a trail of kiddie joy were out in 11 jneir glory. Planing lasi nigni, U iH- Mellow ; ' armi. Tom however, tliese luols t tne emmren . orfranist( lSuilje made themselves an tne more wor- At .u close of the meetino-. Mr snipped ny oistrimiting guts. Christina JefTrav, in behalf of the Every little one with an aault had Women of Mooseheart Lefion. nresent only to speak to the snowy-haired and Ld Mr. Eva Stew ard a silk umbrella Made at Meeting of Women of Moos heart Legion. At the regular meeting of the Wom en of Mooseheart Legion last evening. the nomination and installation of olti- cers for the ensuing year took place. Grand installing oflicer, Hattie Rey nolds, assisted by Mrs. Mellows, in stalled the oilieers-. Senior Regent Christina JefTray wa re-elected for the coming year and also Junior Regent Attie Christie. Their installation followed: Chaplain, Jennie Spencer; recorder, Dors; Blou in; treasurer, Isabel Hogg; assistant guide, Bessie Milne; sentinel, Mrs.-' Robin- CANNELL RE-ENGAGFD. TALK Of THE TOWN I!.:;f.x. X. S., I lee. 2.V The ( aaadi- n g .efr-'t i xer 1j r Jji-- r ""7'' p-.'.re 1 -r s Aal o tyt Siet Sh p Were 7;D ! ti tke I l irj S:e !. - ;:f, , , . ... tsri ?r,w r--,d , rj .-j Sa.li af Canstaias Mail. tr So B.ccs ff tK fvft, a ad c-n-j Xew vV. W. T!e -mh me sn j i.,r; rer her-. Mrf,jnr arr-tej tr ;y Jrora I i-;n.-i GOLD COXES FROM FXGLASD. i,e ' a !.r :'i- i ex -v-id e' i-i i ; t .a 1 Mis StelU Cok of Pen-in street ha taken up the dutie of ticket-seller at the Magnet theatre. Mis Mildred Walk of Burlington ha arrived 1 Barre to p the holi day aith her brother, I)r. J. A. Wark, of Kiih at eDiie. Mrs. Ralph, Kllia of Salem. Ma., is in Brre to pa the holiday with her mothr, Mr. O. X. Canton of Ma ple avenue. Mr. Kllison was former ly Mis Ixmi-e Csnfon. Vi.-t.r Anderson of , Washington street ha been confined to hi home fj.r eve,il day with illne. Mi Knhy Bra-lb y. who i teachinz fcho.d at t'rfori, X." h returned to Karre to pas the boJ.1t rece jai'.h hT i'-n: -. Mr. srid Mr. Harry j I'.-s ii- v f f Kmg street. I I". H. IV-.:-e. tnger of t'le I.1 I ofts sf she Metro"l.taa ljf Irur- rn-t l reiaiiie j Harre irons As Dartmouth Football (each With Advisory Organisation. Boston, Dec. 23. The Dartmouth athletic council to-day announced the retention of Jackson JU Cannell as head football roach for next season. lie will have an advisory committee consisting of L. R. Dartmouth player and Colgate J. B. Hawley, who coached t Cniver sity of Iowa after playing at Iart mouth. ami Clark Tobin of Xew York, captain at Dartmouth in 190. Can ne II assistant coaches will be an nounced later. The stsff will lie larg er than ever before. Sid Hazelton will continue as Freshman coach. bearded saint to receive either a won derful drum or a perfectly adorable kewpie doll. The result of this little innovation can easily be imagined. The storea will be open again to night and to-morrow night and the Santas will continue the distribution of their gift. All that a child need to do to Teceive one of -the coveted drums or dolls i to be with a grown up and just tpeak to Santa. and Lesei Steward a pendant and chain. Both responded fittingly. They are leaving Barre soon, Mrs. Steward o go to Mooseheart, 111., and . Mjsa Steward to Benton Harbor, Mich., where she ha secured employment and will live with aii uncle. Refreshments were served before the close of the meeting. . STATE SWINDLER SENTENCED. WELL KNOWN MUSICIAN. Edward D. Gilson of Bethel Died of Heart Disease. Bethel, Dec. 23. Edward D. Gilson, aged 07 years, died yesterday after noon of heart disease at his home. He Francis E." Fox Given Two Years la State Prison. Burlington, Dee. 23. Francis E. Fox, alias Edward J. Fox, who is alleged to had been ill several weeks and had been have swindled the state of Vermont lout but little since October, when he out of about ?3,000 by forging name I personally superintended the laying of a new pipe tor his water svstem on Xorth Main street. He was widely known throughout middle Vermont as the leader of Gil- sons orchestra tor a generation. Ha was an enthusiastic musician, hi to soldier state bonus vouchers wa brought into court late yesterday afternoon and sentenis?d by Judge Me- Xamara, after a plea of guilty to 2.) different charges of forgery, to serve not le thaa two nor more than five years in the state's prison at Windsor. I favorite instrument being the violin. He' was arrested a few weeks ago at Scores of the best musicians of Ver- Bankhart. former I his home in inooski and lodged in mont hae played with lum. lounger coach jthe county jail, a here be na hecn I musician tountl min-n encouragement ince that time. The arret wa from him. brought almut. it is said, through) Mr. Gilson wa the third child of the eorge and Kllen (Wood hum and wa liorn in Bethel July lit AUTO SKIDDED OVER BANK. None of Occupants Injured Reports Walter M. Dewey. tWalter M. Dewey of South Rovalfon has reported to the secretary of state an accident whk-h he had with hi car the joint effort of the civil authorities) late G of this count y r nd eilicial of the t'nited j Gilson 1 State postoffiee department. ihe postoflice people have not, however, brought any charge against Fox for using the mails to defraud, a ws at first thought prol-able would be do-rf. POLISHERS' OFFICERS Wert Elected at Their Meeting last Evening. Ihe election meeting of Barre Pol isher vnmn wa held last eight. The about a mile and a half from East ! following officer were elected; re.j Handolph, on the main road, on Dec. dent, Harry Ile; vice -president, Mi- 21 The ear skidded over a two-foot hank and turned on irwle, breaking the top and windshield, but not injur ing any of the orevpant. The ear received about $." daraape. ' ' spT-'y f fix-! , with tva (' of hrmt- Ksta. iere he attended a emf.'f "iy mzi - ls.a n .!. s. t..c.j.-Ht J'.;i-.ii rc- of !r;anger rd d' poti of the iy . n f sf s b , r.sj l-w-tl hank. s,Oij-ary. GEN. DIAZ IS E0ME. , Italian MiLtary Leader Back from the United States. XapV. IW. ?3 (By the Asv-uitd prei. 1 icnra? Armand.v Iai ar rived t. !y n the .in-Tse Verdi from ue I'mted States. He wa ecthti-sssti.-ai!y received at the pier by iv d ant hor.t y- and eoe-ir.ur ! an!'.Nr"t and by VW-A-lrriral AiWrt P. Ni'.i-b!r-k and tUe e?s?-er f the Amerwaa ltsiesBij I Uo, now in the kartx--r. cheel Keefe: correspond. ng secretary. Williasn i. Pine; financial secretary. Frank W'i!nn; treasurer. Oscar John son. All the efi-cer were re-elected with the exceptirMi of the vice-president tr wbic'a fffice Mr. Keefe wa elected for the first time. Th offi-Tr aere alo installed last Bight. GIFT OF tyjQ TO HOSPITAL. Barre Maa Shew Aprer-tien of Ia- stitatica. 1S.V1. He married in lWla Cathenna Souther, who survive hyn with their daughter, atherine. a graded school student. He i survived also by two brother. G. D. Gibson of Florid and Pollm t.ilon of Bethel, and a sifter, Mrs. Virginia Bascnin of BetheL RUM RUNNERS FINED. Frederick Qoodhue of Morrisville As sessed $500. St. Albans. IW. S3. Frederick G,J. hue of Morrisville was arraigned l-e-fore Judge Nathan X. Post in the cite court veU-rlav afternoon chrg'-t with transrsirt ing liomir intn thi country contrary to law. He pleaded guilty and wa sentenced to pay a fine of and ec-st. ahich be riawl. (srstlme a a arrested Hear the vil lage of Bakersfield Saturday evrnirig. lVs-emer 10. af'er a riiining gun tight with custom orhcul. arid to depnt s'leritTs. everl case .,f )ioor were fo'imi if bs ear. Kcse Tonge alio as a Tested u' -i-.t lt week on train nii?(-r A: ;reciat of the f-ik to t 2 . .i e itir ii jiior bsd lseo four,,) in 1- bv tl.e r.arre I ity h-r-,:4il aa p lied J t,it c. n ana gied 1! i's Jvdg r dav la f ft --f fi'O t tht ;r-'i- V t m a barge ( I,s rz l"p r tnw-n by a Brre p n. a v V i' i!'r in r. -. He pU.-.! ibst rr'-Mint Jjv:fig bera lura-d er rviity t.rtd aa need ") sti e-.s-.