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VOL. XXVI. No. 106. BARKE, VERMONT. WEDNESDAY, JULY ip, 1922. PRICE, TWO CENTS. C04L MMES TO REOPEN IN PITTSBURGH REGION OPERATORS DECIDED Operations to the Greatt Possible Extent Will Be Started on Scale of Wages in Effect in iNo vember, 1917, Said the Announcement. WATER STILL POURED ON GOVERNORS PROMISE CO-OPERATION In Response to Pres. Hard ing's Appeal They Have Declared Their Inten tion of Assisting in the Ke-onenin? ol loal Mines in Their States. U.S.JACKIES , ENDANGERED One Man Scalded and Doz en Made Unconscious on the New York. To New York Ware&use Where Over $1,000,000 Loss Was Sustained. New York, July MWU'ith tons of water from lines of hose continuing to pour into the seven-story ware house till afire in Greenwich village to-day, three separate inquiries were under way to determine the responsi bility for the fire that caused the death of two firemen, injured thirty others and caused property damage of more than $1,000,000. More- than three hundred persons were made homeless by the flames and were housed for the night in school houses and Salvation Army barracks on cots provided by the Red Cross. "There are scoundrels that place money and profit above human life, said Mayor Hylan to newspapermen Accident Nearly CaUSed SL It a about time some of them spent .'.... some of theic time in jail; We have many honored citizens who care too much for the almighty dollar." HANDKERCHIEF FLAGGED TRAIN IA.F.0F L URGES ALL WORKERS To Supports. R. Workers JTo Secure "Just Settlement." STOWE WOMAN HURT WHEN TRUCK HIT TEAMl MASKED MEN BEAT WORKERS GOMPERS AND ALL ' . OFFICERS SIGN Organized Labor Urged to Refrain from Work For merly Done By Strikers. Mrs. Henry Demar Waa Thrown Out of Wagon and Under Wheels of J I Her Vehicle. Stowe, July 19. Mrs. Henry Demar rt T .. 1. -j i. r was driving around the curve at the uul D3 uie "Uarus OUS- "ledgos" between the villages Tuesday morning when her wagon waa run into from behind by a truck. Mrs. Demar was thrown out forward and one wheel passed over her body and leg. One wheel on the wagon was broken, the harness was damaged, one shoe was torn from the horse and a milk can was thrown out. The truck waa from Randolph Center and was driven by Hector J. Fremette of that place. .Mr, ARNOLD WALES ton & Maine Dormitory in Concord. ORDERED 50 MEN TO LEAVE TOWN Williamstown Woman the Wife of St. Johnsbury Man, A very pretty wedding took place at the Methodist parsonage In Concord on Tuesday morning, July 13, when LMartha Caroline Wales of Williams- town was united in marriage to Lyn- Largest Raic don Arnold of st. Johnsbury. The bride is well and favorably known throughout this Section.' Mr. Arnold is a leading spirit in Grand Army cir cles. --V'. ;-- ' Only, immediate relatives attended the wedding, the ceremony being per formed by Rev. Alba M.. Markey, a i former pastor of the 'bride. The couple immediately left by automobile for a large Grand Army FIVE STILLS IN ONE HOUSE ver Made A i r " , a, ' 1 . , ' is"- Much terial. MOONSHIP J PLANT OS" ARGE SIZE AS STEAM, PIPES . TPVDT riTk'c'r "PFort the railroad w EArLUDhD efforts to secure a jiiK Pittsburgh, July 19. Coal mines i the Pittsburgh district, shut down sine the strike was called April 1, last, will resume operations to the greatest pos sible extent at the scale of "wages in effect in November, 1917." This an nouncenient was made after a meeting of the Pittsburgh Coal Producers; as eociation here, to-day. v ' Altoona, Ta,, July 10. Acceptance o President Harding's proposal to re-open the bituminous coal mines was an nounced by T. H. Watkins," president of the Pennsylvania Coal and Coke eof poration, in notices posted to-day at all the company's operations in the cen tral Pennsylvania fields. Chicaco, Julv 19. Governors of Ken tuckr. iowa, Georgia and Colorado, promptly upon receipt of President Harding a telegram urging co-operation in obtaining re-opening of the coil mines wired that the federal govern tnent could depend on them to the fullest extent, according to dispatches received here to-day. The governor of Kansas telegraphed that the policy suggested was being fol lowed in his state; Governor Mechem of New Mexico replied that all mines in that state were operating. Despite the reduced car supply at present producing mines resulting from the mail strike, officials were confident that additional supply would result from the government s action. . Assertion that the president's mcs cace to the governors was merely a gesture which will not produce eoal in any substantial quantity, waa made yesterday by John I Jjewis, president or the Lnited Mine workers, and a similar prediction was made by Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor. Philadelphia, July 19. Anthra'cita mine workers and operators were to day awaiting with the keenest interest the outcome of President Harding's invitation to the bituminous mine bwnera - to resume operations where their mines are suspended. Among the operatorsr and union leaders In the hard coal fields it is expected no change In the anthracite situation will come until the soft coal strike shows a definite trend toward peace or a pro longed struggle, i The anthracite operators have no present intent 10m to open their mines so far as It can be learned. Collision with Destroy er McDermot. Post Angeles, Wash., July 19 Ex ! ploding eteain pipes in the battlcshi New York scalded one man, rendered And Save'd Life of Woman in Stalled Auto on Crossing. Saugus, Mass., July 19. Howard I twelve others unconscious and nearly Chapman, waving a handkerchief in caused a collision between the flag .r"(' DOT,r ,e ,v Wp d the destroyer McDermot, a la a mrrht at t t an rt a A Iha cliiiHir'fl at. I " tention in time to prevent the iocomo- th fleet wa returning to this port tive from crashing into an automobile from man euvers last night containing Miss Belle M. Halloway of Lynn, which had stalled on a crossing. Miss Halloway, who was driving the machine, became confused when emerging from behind a truck as she drove onto the crossing, she w the approaching train. Mrs. F, E. Hodkins FIGHTERS WILL BE FIT, When Leonard and Tendler Meet Next Week.' New York, July 19. The amnhi of Lewiston, Me., who was with her, theatre known as Bickard'a arena i lumped irom jier SCSI. r beinir renovated for the T.ennarrl Chapman, seeing the predicament of Ttndkr lightwei ht championship next the women, sprinted down the track) . f ,, 6 ., and was able to stop the train MISREAD ORDERS week and others which will follow. Leonard and Tendler are training in nearby suburbs and reports from their camps indicate that the pair will enter CAUSED TWO DEATHS th ring fit for the bout. The match is a 12-round-no-decision Traina Collided, Head-on, Near Tulsa, contest. The champion is a decided Okla favorite. Both boxers, are to weigh in ' ' at 13a pounds at 2 v. m. the day of .1 v, t v , . n rrt I.. . . . jjiusKogee, uKia., juiy in. l wo men the bout. were killed and more than a half desen -After the Leonard-Tendler contest ner-ons were in,red In . r, I Jack Deropsey and Harry Wills, who , . . ' 1 are expected to meet for the world s ub.uii ucmmi a.mrnger irmu na i heavyweicht championship next sum- an extra freight train on the Missouri, mer will appear in local bouts. Kansas and Texas railway, four miles east of Tulsa, early to-day. The engi neer on the passenger train and the brakeman on the freight train were killed. The injured are passengers. According to a report received here, KEROSENE DDRUM EXPLODED. When Struck By Lightning One Per aon Killed. Babylon, N. Y., July 19. One man was killed and seven members of the the crew of the freight train mi-reaj j local summer colony were injured, their orders and were runninir on the when lightning exploded a ftO-gallon passenger train's time. HERRIN INVESTIGATION. NO POSSIBILITY OF MINING According to Coal Operators in Frank lin County, HL TVext Frankfort, 111., July 19. (By the Associated Tress), Gal operators in Franklin coiintv, the largest coal producins county in Illinios, to-day stated there was absolutely no pos sibility of rvftiming coal production under President Harding's plan." Franklin county is said to be the larg est coal producing area of its size in the United States. GERMANY CAN'T PAY ALL That la the Viewpoint Taken by the British. Taris, July 19. (By the A. P.t, All the members of the committee on guarantees are in Paris to bctrin to day the preparation of their final re pa't. Premier Poincare is rirarded as hav ing manouvrwd Prime Minister Llord George into a position where the Brit ish government will agree to reduce considerably the French debt to Eng land and to renounce the British chare in the German reparations. The Britif-h position i preentd as insisting that Germany could not pay all that is being demanded of her nl that France must aree to les. BATH IN DINING ROOM Guetts Deluged From Unknown Spring Beneath Building. New York, July 19. While c.m were eating in A restaurant nr Bry ant park a bit of tiling from tSe floor, with a pop like that of a champagne cork, mounted eeilinpward, puhed by a stream of water that drenched gnet at surrounding table and fkvwlcd tbe dining room. No leaks in the p:pe could be In ested. Fnjrineers said tHe a!r em fmm spring that 1 t. t.nm .u;' tV psrk nearby but td bca dufrui 4c buildusj ecnetmction. Being Conducted By Chiefi of United Mine Worker. Kansas City, July 19. An investi gation of the Herrin, 111., massacre is under way by the chiefa of the United Mine Workers of America and there will be no delay in completing it, ac cording to a letter from John L. Lewis, president Judge hamuel A. Dew of the circuit court received here to-day. . TRJfCK WENT THROUGH BRIDGE, Carrying Down Load of Granite at So Royalton. South Royalton, July 19. A Ires orey-Leland o. truck carryiiur tlie granite for the Coolidga monument from Barre to be set up in the cenie ery at l'lymouth, thi state, went throuph the wooden bridge over the first branch of the White river at this place yesterday afternoon, turning bot tom aide up and depositing the ten pieces of stone in the bottom of the river. Two men on the truck escaped serious injury, ihe truck was dam aged considerably, the forward part of the top being sheared off in contact with the abutment of the bridge. This is the bride through which an other truck plunged a few years ago, out the opposite end was torn out in the accident of yesXorday. The highway waa immediately fenced on ana trsmc was detoured by way ot fhelwea. The extent of the damage to tne trucK and tts load will not be deft nitely known until the property is re covered from the river. , drum of kerosene here last niirht The explosion took place in ajbarn Victims, who were in the building, were dragged out by persons Iesa seriously hurt. GRAND JURY CALLED THIRTEEN CARS PILED UP. At west Scarboro, Me., But No One Waa Hurt. West Scarboro, Me., July 19. Thir teen loaded freight cars from a trsin bound to Portland from Boston were piled up on the marshes one mile east of here, on the eastern divinion of the IioMon and Maine railroad. No one was hurt. Traffic at that point was blocked the greater part of the day. trains being sent over tne western division at "Me. Intver'a out. The dropping of a brake- beam was said to have heen responsible for the wreck. FEW BRATTLEB0R0 VOTERS. Attended Annual School District Meet ing. Brattleboro. July 19. TusrDtv-five voters transacted the business of the annual meeting of the incorporated school district, which includes the high school, Ut eight and voted the osusl l tai rate. hirh will raise about 5'.4.0f hTe huine required only U minute. The email attendance "was due to rain and lark of contests. Kct. K. Q. S. Osgood a re-elected a mem ber of tbe ptinVntml onir :itte fr ihre yeat aod a'l otVr effort ere rr!-!-d- To Investigate Battle of ClifOn Mine In West Virginia. Welkiburg, W. Va., July 19. Judge Summerville of Wheeling has called a grand jury for August 14, to Investi gate the battle at Clifton mine last Monday in which four persons were killed. Forty -eight, persons are in custody. The miners' tent .olony at Cliftonville has been dismantled. STEEPLEJACK FELL 300 FFET. From Spire of First Baptist Church, Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge, Mass, July 19. Edward Pickett, a steeplejack, fell 300 feet from the spire of the First Baptist church, Central square, to-day, and was instantly killed. TALK OF THE TOWN Washington. D. C, July 19. An ap peal was issued to-day by the executive council of the American Federation of Labor "to all workers everywhere to orkers in their t settlement of the railroad, shops trades dispute." The appeal which was issued bv un animous vote of the executive conn cil and over the signitures of all mem bers of the council including Samuel Gompers, federation president, has been forwarded to every labor organ ization in the United States ; to every labor publication, and to alt organizers of the federation,- it was announced at federation headquarters. Organized labor is asked especially in tne appeal to retrain from doing any work formerly done by men now on strike, while the workers on strike are urged to conduct themselves in a law abiding manner.. QUIET RESTORED. After Several Days of Clashea at Way- erosa, Ga. Waycross, Georgia. July 19. Presi- ence of three companies of" the state Na uonai uuara nad restored quiet here to-day after several daya of clashes between strike svmpathizera and shoo employes of the Atlantic coast line railroad in which number of both. sides have been beaten up, some seriously injured, and about 50 em ployee forced to leave the ciy. FORMER EMPLOYES LOSE SENIORITY On the New York Central Lines Ac cording to. Statement Issued To-day. . Cincinnati, Ohio, Julv 19. Any for mer employes of the New York Cen tral lines, who have left the "service, will be considered new employes with seniority date following the men then in service, whether old or new em ployes, according to an order here to day issued by A .H .Smith, president oi tne isew rork central linea. Fremette took Mrs. Demar to a phy There Was SllOOting and ' gathering to be held in St. Johnsbury. All Partitions in Big HoUSe oii-ian uu uuiQ mere bho was ri'iiiwcu to the home of her sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Silas Stowell, on lower Main street. She is suffering from in juries on one hip and in the bowela and other injuries but how serious they may be has not been determined. It appeared that the driver of the truck,' who was unacquainted with the road, undertook to pass Mrs. Demar Hand to Hand Fighting. - Had Been Re- Boston, July 19. Seven masked men, heavily armed, got pat the guards at the Boston and Maine rail when he saw a car coming from the dt shops at Concord, N. H., late other way and in avoiding that, col lided with Mrs. Dcmar'a wagon. - SUDDEN DEATH AT STOWE. last night, entering a dormitory where fifty shopmen were sWping, drove them out of doors and ordered them out of town, according to a state mcnt issued by the Boston and Maine officials to-day. There was shooting and hand to hand fighting in which several workmen were beaten, one. re Miaa Alice S. Cole Was Out Monday and Died Tuesday. Stowe, July 19. Miss Alice S. Cole died verv eurldenlv aKont S oVlnctr on . ' . : . I i. . . . a. Tuesday morning at the homo Of her 'I""",' ueaimem, aaya mo sister, Mrs. Btnma. Barrows, on Bridge I statement street. Mw Lole had been indisposed At about 11:30 o'clock lat evening. III .ri.ab0U.t the statement eaid, "seven masked men lage Monday evening. Mrs. Martin armed w,th revolvers, shotguns and ri Parker of Wolcott waa a guest at the flee, worked their way by the guard house over night and Miss Cole was during the rain, and succeeded in paia- , to 'l! ? h entr.nee to the buildings in which mmffAwn fnr Viaif. with feinnHu tn I - Tuesday morninir. Mrs. Barrows, who some fiy workmen were sleeping." slept with her eieter, was awakened I 'There was shooting and fighting, about 5 in the morning by a strange! the statement continued, "the sleepers noiae and found her breathing her last. wcre driven out into the rain without Heman and Ruth Doiifflami Hole Rh I oeing given time to dress and an at waa born 67 years ago in Morristown V'"' " mR"e ? rive tnem out and passed the most of her life in that B-: " "" of the, " fU or lagged town. She was housekeeper for 23 wb'nd they were clubbed and kicked. years for Martin Wheelock, who died fl me workmen m in Uie lart February. She came in April to 1,0Tt'11 aPd f!1 .ther re more . . . - ' ifir laiatd carmnulit instvA.4 make her home with Mrs. Barrows. Be- .V.- ' mjunu, . , sides her Bister, she leaves two aunts. v 1K?irUfli teps are lieing taken by Mra. Lucinda Davis, who also makes the ra,lroB to locate and criminally her home with Mm. Barrows, and Mrs. P"1"! the men who perpetrated tiim R. W. Collins of Moscow. The funeral uul- At" same time aaa.tional will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday aft- P1-0.4'"" wH le offorded the property ernoon at Mr. Barrows' borne. The ,na !,ne men wno are "g n the burial will be made at Morristown Cor-1 "P . ' ' ' ... me aiaiemeni asserts mat tne mi- uatioii in Concord ia "erious," declar ing that a week ago aeveral shots were fired through the building in which workmen were sleeping. , threats of violence have been made repeatedly against loyal men in the ners. VISITOR IN BOSTON ROBBED IN DOORWAY Into Doorway to Get Out of Perth Amboy, N. Man Bad Stepped j service of the road. On Monday night a call boy, on fits rounds to call on train service men. was serimi.il v a- Rain. insulted. His assailant waa arrested an! Boston. Julv 19 Edward TTmarktPP,'red. 1,1 tlie Concord court" this . ' " 1 . . T I lHA.nim. of Perth Amboy, N. J., who arrived '""""" here by boat early to-day was at TAFTS IN CANADA After Their Visit to Great Britain Re ' cently. Ouebee, July 19. Chief Justice and Mrs. William Howard Taft, home from their visit to Lnirland, were restinff to- day at their summer home near Mur ray Bay, Quebec. the former president, who landpd here yesterday, said he believed the corner had been turned" In British trade conditions. He will soon besrin preparation of a report on his study of the British law code, was the chief purpose of his visit. The report will be submitted to the government for sriiidanee in revision of the American legal system. LICENSE SUSPENSIONS. There was a large attendance at Cob ble Hill grange lat .night; as it J children's night there were great at tractions in store for all. The busines meeting waa very biisv a there were six candidates to ballot on, two unallil iated members to take the obligation and one new application was received After the meeting was closed the chil dren gave their program, the commit tee in charge being Florence Nye and Berifice Davis. The first number was piano solo, Leavitt Uolt; recitation. Beverly Kendall; recitation, Henry McAndrewj vocal nolo, I saw lie rmilcn; recitation, James Summers; recitation, Gwendolyn Colvin; solo. Owen rimith; recitation, Barbara Smith. Then came a very pretty drill, "The Dai-y Chain," by twelve little girls, tha introductory solo being given by Beverly Batchel der, this was followed by a recitation by Royal Thurston; recitation, John McAndrew; song, by threa little girla; recitation, Harold Tlielps; sword dance with encore. Frances Ritchie; reciu tion, Leavitt Holt; piano solo with en core, uam-rence Fierce, the ciercisea closed with the plav, -Vacation Time, in which the children told what they wanted to do in the future, of course this included a military drill by the boys. The children certainly d'd them selves and their friends prouJ. tireat credit is due the committee for the work they did ia training the children. The next meeting will be Aug. 1. whe the firt and second degrees will be conferred. taiked and robbed of $230 by three sailors when he stepped into a door way in the financial district to escape a severe electrical storm. He called for help aa soon aa his attackers left and three sailors found nearby were arrested. Police said thata a sum of money which was Identified by Tyraark as that taken from him was LOCOMOTIVES DAMAGED Were Run Into the Pita At Portland, Me., Last Night. Portland, Me., July 19. One of the big locomotives of the Boston and Maine railroad was backed into the 1 The St, Johnsbury Caledonian gives the following more extended account of the wedding. . . " moved. riomance tinged witn wvu war days cast its spell over the meeting of the Third Vermont regiment Tnes-J Lowell, Mass. July 19. The largest my in wraim Aru.y u wi.cu xmiuu Uquor raid evef Tna(Je jn this vicinity Arnold, secretary and treasurer of the , ... , , , association; led Into the hall his bride waa, 'fully accomplished by of a few hours. She waa Mrs. Martha loca' police, to-day when they broke in E. Wales of Williamstown and they to a two tenement house b Campaw were married Tuesday morning in Con- street and seized five stills in opera cord by the Rev. A. M. Markey of the tion, ranging in capacity from 50 to Methodist church, the bride's former 150-gallons. Seventy gallons of ptor in Williamstown. The bride finished moonshine, 18 barrels of mash was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. and a vast quantity of other materials Julia Dunsmoor of Williamstown who were confiscated. All partitions had motored over with her. Other mem bers of the bridal party were Mr. Ar nold's grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Arnold and his great grandson, Lyndon Arnold. ine reception and tnere waa a long line of Civil war veterans, wives and widowa offering eood wishes wag held in the hall and many as they gathered around the bride and groom were deaf to the dinner summons al ways heard with alacrity when an- been removed from two ioors of the house, converting the dwelling into a mammoth moonshine plant. GETTING CITIZEN SOLDIERS Col. J. E. Abbott Spoke at Barre City Court Room Last Evening. Col. J. E. Abbott of the first corps area, sent here by Major General C. R. Edwards, was at the. city court nounced bv Chamberlin Woman's Be-1 room last night for the purpose of lief corps. I signing up men to spenc the month of "With his accustomed , "allant-v August at the citizens' training samp Capt. Arnold presented his bride, the at Camp Devens. 1 bride of the regiment. She is many Col. Abbott a id that there had been years younger than he and tjie roster a rush everywhere to sign up for the record him as 78. Mrs. Arnold wore camp; Congress made allowances for her wedding dress. A soft material 27,000 men and over 60,000 applica- of Harding blue, trimmed with gold tious have been received. Vermont has and she wore a string of gold beads, about 25 places which remain to be From her dres proudly floated the Ailed. The camp has been so swamped badge of the Third Vermont, an oi-jran- w ith applicants that the government ization to which two husbands hare has been able to reject the less prom- belonged. This is Mra. Arnold's third mg material and to accept only the marriage and Mr. Arnold's second He best men. has two sona, one of whom, Col. A.C. Thofle "!? to Camp Devens are Arnold of the United States irmv. ren- under absolutely no obligation either dered distinguished service in tha late hi'e they are there or after theycS war. Mrs. Arnold has a son by her first nave icil. i ne wnoie pian is to tram marriage, Dwlgbt x-rskine ot the U. S. JS. Brooks, now at the Philadel phia navy yards. .Mrs. Arnolds second husband was member of Co. K, Third Vermont, and she has been in St. Johnsbury sev eral times to attend with him the re- men in citizenship rather than along military lines. Col. Abbott insisted that the man who spends a month at Camp Devens comes away improved 100 per cent physically, mentally and morally. It is a month's vacation with ; all expenses paid and all army officers turntable pit at engine house So. found in the patrol which took the ? Thompson's Point here during last sailors to the police station, I "liv . . . . . l he three men arrested are attached uiiwc . u. iu.m uF to the naval hospital at Chelsea. THIRD ROUND TENNIS. and indications are that they were maliciously started," General Maniger Dana C. Douglass of the Maine Cin tral stated in confirming the report. 'EMPTY" GRAVE Was Expected to Bring Out Soma Brilliant Playing. Brookline, Mass.H July 19. The resumption of play this afternoon in! the third round of the Ingwood Bowl M t Haj 4 ,t Woburn tennis singles was expected to present! of the best HAS A COFFIN Mass., as No Permit Was Grant ed for Burial Woburn, Mass., July 19. Officers of His Far 09 Only Job. JiettVmeiit worker What inle Tour nuft-an-i iook to itt.ci. ait. Mixer Mrs. Mier He dreadin the tiree. ma am, hen ne 11 fave to go r-trt to work? WHnm doe be o'k for and bt dne fee C. Mr. Mixer He irnlt fw KNticn Arrrr, ria'sm. He fr-anta Cames." Jwlge-" 'Two for 60 Days and Six for Indefinite Period. Secretary of State Black has acted as follows in motor vehicle cases: Operator's licenses suspended for 00 days, Elbert B. Colburn of Montpelier; Hugh J. Yates of Middlebury. Suspended indefinitely, John A. Judge of Lyndonville, Jamea White of East Peacham, Joseph A. t'onsidine of Sprinpfield, John Beaulieu of M. .lolmsbury, Walter E. Butler of Bur lington, Edward Kic of Maiden, Mass. . .. , I James Davies, the California cv w-n u , , , "n(" colleCiate champion. v. 1 ,ttu- in 11111 iiiivifii im iitee their licenses indefinite v. some ot the best matches since the start of the challenge tournament on Monday. William T. Tilden Zd, who displayed taylini fnrm uitVl Wallac V JnKn. son in winnin their doubles vesterday th Congregation Anhci Licbovita cem against A. C. Butler and H. B. Shaw, etery had a mystery on their hands Boston players, was to make hie flrat to-day in the finding in the cemetery TEsTppor "7. ' th. burial of which there Phil eer of fSan iranciwo was ther fewru. , national champion's opponent in the Harry Krcitaer, caretaker of th afjernoon match. I burying ground, dropped dead on last Wallace F. Johnson had Carl Fisher I -Monday, alter being confronted by the of Philadelphia to contend with while undertaker a-si.tant whom he had Ijtwrence B. Rice of Boston was accused of bringing the body to the matched against H. P. Prescott of Bos-1 cemetery without a burial permit last ton. I February. Morria Gold, the assistant. tireat Interest waa manileoted in the flatly denied Kreitiers statement match of K. Norns Williams 2d and) (Jrave dieeers last week found that inter- THREATENED WITH DEATH. in Rev. Robert Stewart Prominent Moonshine Unearthing. Rome, Ga., July 19. Rev. Robert Stewart Methodist preacher, has been threatened with death because of his activities against "moonshiners" in th north Georgia mountains. Stewart announced his intention to continue his crusade. He is said to have uncovered 69 stills in one cotinty within three months. plot was a caket had been buried in a which, airordinir to the record. Other matches for the afternoon j emptv. When Kreitner waa quer.ti.mfd as to the body a presence he told otli- includcd Nathaniel W. Niles of Boston and K. Hinkley, captain-elect of Leland Stanford' university tennis team. 1 ' Play was to be speeded up to day in tlie tourney with the singles winners derided by three beet out of five. The second round of the doubles was also to be played. PAPER WORKER KILLED. Ernest E. Cota Drawn Into Machine at Bellows Falla. . Bellows Falls, July 19. Ernest E. Cota, 24, an employe of the Intema- George BL Dale, Candidate for Judge of , tional Paper company, waa instantly Probate. 1 kill here yesterday by having his head drawn in between the winders on I wih to announce to the voters of Washington county, that after many solicitations from my friends I have numlier fire machine, one of the most rapid running newsprint machines. He was working just out of sight of decided to become a candidate for the ,he other men. so it cannot be ascer- om.-e ot riidjje ot tne pmhafe court. t llinpj how the accident occurred. His I am nominated and elected I will wa. broken and his head badly nerve the people to the beet of riv .m.,het ability and I ask your support for the; He was bore in Keene. X. H. end office. I take this opportunity to as-Wave's hi mother, wife and one child, nounce that I withdraw my name as a vrtT 0yi a living here, candidate for county senator, . j " J itepeeiiiiT, v,-orpe u. i-iie. cers of the cemetery associationtliat Gold, in brincituj the casket to the burying ground, had siid he would mail the permit, but he never did so. At thi juncture Gold drove into the cemetery and waa brought before Kreit rer. The caretaker is said to have pointed a finger at the aeaUtant and then toppled to the floor. He died with in an hour. Samtial Miller, attorney for Conjrre gation Anhei Liebnvitz said to-day that steps would be taken immediately to clear np the mystery. He said that a yet it had not been "shown that the coft.n contained a body. The open grave has been under po lice jruard pending deciaion of the au thorities on the action to be taken. NATIVE OF DENMARK. union of the regiment. Though here a y that to the young man of 17 to number of times she never met her 2. years of age this is an cstraordi- prescnt husband until last May,' but nary opportunity for a month out of avigorous correspondence waxing warm- &oot and the gaining of invaluable er and wanner had been carried on knowledge. for nearly a vearrtt began this way. T "The men are under no restrictions Mr. Wales died in December 1920. A while in camp. Military drill fills up secretary of the regiment, Mrrnold the morning and in the afternoon sent out notices of the coming ror 1 there are all kinds of sports, and the union and Mrs. Wales wrote to ap- evening provides amusements in the prise him of the -death of her hus- form of movies and covert. Inetruc hand. Then followed a note of con-j tors in the camp are all specialwN and rlnlence frnm the lacretarv a. ren,in I are PTaduateg of tho best military from the widow, with a request for schools. - . a paper carrying the story of the Each man is given a certificate at meeting. This was sent Another l. t- the end of each month spent at teracknowlcdging. the , receipt of the ""p nd t the end of three seasons paper and the correspondence was well he is given a certificate which entitles launched. In May of this year Mr. him to a commission in case of a na- Arnold went to Williamstown to meet tional emergency. his bride and to urge a speed v mar- i This is the second year of the citi- riacm. His treat desire was to maka the wns training camp and the gorern- reunion day of his beloved regiment ment is better equipped to handle a his wedding day and the bride con- rge nuraoer 01 men, ana nanme mum eented. "Mrs. Arnold drives her jwn car. She motored here for the wedding and she and Mr. Arnold will go to Wil liamttown, for a short etay bef ire tak ing up her residence here. "The bridegroom is the descendant of Dr. Jonathan Arnold, one of the founders of St. Johnburv, and 1'ke his distinguished ancestor he is deep ly interested in St. Johnsbury. He has an army hecord to which he points with pride. QUARRY BILL SIGNED BY STEELE GRANITE CO. Is the Same as the Document Signed By the Capital Hill Quarry Co. An agreement was signed to-day be tween the Quarry Workera' Interna tional association and the Steele Gran ite Co., which recently signed up agree ments with four unions in the manu- efficiently than it has ever been before. CO. M TAKING ON MEN Drive For Membership Meeting With L Good Success. The membership drive of Co. M, 172nd Infantry, of Barre, which start ed off Monday, i meeting with g'od success anil already a number of en listments have been secured. Still more men are wanted and the campaign will continue through the re mainder of the week. It is hoped to have the company recruited to full strength before the company leaves for the annual - training period at Fort Ethan Allen next month. This training camp is especially val uable to the men as it gives them au excellent opportunity to get military instruction, geta them out into the. open air and permits them to come in contact with other young men from various parts of the state. In furtherance of the mcm'terdiip drive of Co. M, it in proposed to put on a demonstration of machine gvn and nUtnl firinu br a nicked muij of lecturing ena 01 tne industry, ine di.i the company. It is expected that this is the same as that signed by the un-1 demonstration will be staged on rri- ion and the Capital Hill Quarry Co. The Meeie Granite Co. recently ac quired a quarry in Adamant. CONFERENCE IN RUTLAND. Mrs. Hannah Bjora Died Yerterday After Long Illness. Nicholas Veale hejrins hi dutie janitT of the MtHeon school Von- dav. .!!y 24. in place of Donald F. Mc- -, m ho has re!pned. 1 Sure E Beech. Motber W hT are von so eai;itr. Dorothv T" DIED OF BULLET WOUND. Sbst Dedham Woman Waa Days Age. IVdham. Mi, July 19. Associate Medical Cxaminer Brxlley requested the police to-day to invet:pa;e the Pontine of Mra. Marion Mahnowky of li Needhatn street, who died in the Msaci8ctt tieneral boepital late Ivole (ar-rd three " it"jlat wrM as the r'i't of a bi.Hct c.er Biixj-r." Brcikltn t4ar i-' ood 'If aM mn. .-Se waa taken I bk . to the hospital n.ne days ago. Mrs. Hannah (Petersen Biorn died yesterday at her home on ( lift street, death being due to cancer. Mrs. Bjora bad l-een in poor health for two years- I Mrs, Bjornwaa itn in 1 hy. Ir Smark. on Nov30. 172 and came to pjjBe! Barre in lM. Me a married in i Montpelier on April 22, x!4 to John ;C Fjorn whom elie kave. dav, at a place to lie decided upon lat er. Barre civilians who are acquainted with marlune gun onlr through Hid ing the reports of the World war ill have an opportunity to hear "he bark ing of the guns as the weapon tire real bullets into a sandbank. Co. M On Postal Mattera And Date Is Aug. I is a machine gun company and curt it 1(X I equipment of machine guns and pis- Washington, C. July 19. Dates t0' ' for postal conference conventions to ..,. ,nsw Ka 11.1 in cvtrv mlmlM iltirinir m ara nnntltliftrl tA-HaV whn T'tvaf . I master tieneral Work "designated the r VttTy Completed, Reports Adjutant General Johnson. The foundation of the new state armory at Xorthfirld are practically completed. Adjutant General H. T. .lohn-on said to-day. The Cumminc Construction (o. of Woodvi!le, y. H, ia doing the work. There are seven armories beide thoe bu'lding at Brattlebnro and Xorthfield. in regard to the proposed armory at Barre, Ad jutant General Johnon id that whil an armory i needed there waa ti statement to make at prewnt. citiea selected for the meeting. Conventions will be held in the fol lowing New England cities: Portland Msine, September I; Providence, una 7; Boston .luly 13; Rutland, Vt., nguat 10, and Portsmouth, . H., ugust 30. FUNERAL AT GRANITEVILLE. For Mrs. Arthur Ro barge With Burial In Catholic Cemetery. The funeral of Mrs. Arthur (Gm pnl Koharre as held fiom the (atholic church in tiranitevilie veter- N0 QUORUM: NO BUSINESS. dav moraine at ochak. Kr. Lai bance I ofrwiating. Burial in the tathol-1 Barre City Council Hal Te Adurn ta cemetery on the ItslL The bearer j Tfci Erea cc tt..,.. kor bti-Knd Vr Ri,r er-: Arthur t tarbonncn t n?t ne I leav e re ebiMreii. hritia A. Biorn j FoHtnicr, .U ide P..ti're. Larenrej Becauee of the aWnw of Aldersneii of Rarte. Mr. Y. F. Rut of Tin-'k- 't.ette. I'cnKr t rofrtj, ard Mard : Ropera, Aen.l and Venner epd the field Mrs. W. C. Rumner of Brnkfi.-Vl ,' 1) -n. icon-eanent lk of o-n:m. tive Barre ami JoSn V. and I.0111 Ptw of Barre. . Mr. end M'. W m fH ,ar of ;-,ty cjt.I iibI tt tnn.act tu!te The furcrl be betl frowi b-r ' W "aternrv -l .vf Koare late borne Th ir.'v at 1 r urial villi be ia the f'r 'Ift'Vl cemetery. V 1 U er!-t ere - -.t at tie t Iff re a i '- -e 1 r frrrm nltief a:jd f-w 1. oil at it r-uir!y lfc'l t.?r,e lt ref ,f a;ii ea adv-u-rrrvert a ttea rri t t-' evrn'-fir wSe it 'is hoped S q'otcm ;'l be frrat.