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THE VOL. XXVI. No. 195. BAlllO-:. VERMONT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 192: IMtlCE, TWO CENTS. GREA T BRITAIN READY TO AGAINST U S. WITHDRA W CHARGES "THEN EXPLAIN THESE LETTERS" SPRINGFIELD BUILDINGS, DAMAGED BY FIRE Loss On Wheeler' Pharmacy and Shee han Restaurant Buildings $40,000. WAS ADJUDGED IN DEFAULT CONSULS If the Washington Govern . ment Will Re-open Con sulate at New Castle, England, and Replace Consul Slater and Vice . consul Brooks, With Oth ers Accused MEN ACCUSED OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST BRITISH Note To Ambassador Har vey Suggests That Great Britain and the United States V Come to Some Agreement Regarding Matter of Drumming Up Trade By Consuls London, Nov. 1. (By the Associated Press), A'mbassador Harvey, it is learned front an authoritative' quarter, has received- a note from the Britiski government with regard to the case of the -American consulate at Newcastle, closed last summer, stating that Great Britain is ready to compromise try withdrawing the charges against the consulate officials of rfimriniinafinT) against-British shipping if the United -. States will re-open the consulate and replace Consul .Muter ana vice ixinsul Brooks with others. Jtt was understood the note also sug- ppts that Great Britan and the United Mates come to some sort of an agree ment with regard to the scope which hereafter shall be permitted American consular officials in drumming up trade jyi Liiuw oiies. t . . . .... .. . Hie question thus assumes a touch broader aspect than the Newcastle con sulate issue, aa it affect, a large num ber ofAmerican consulate, throughout the united kingdom. , Any agreement with regard to tlie ocope of activities of the American con suls would obviouslly. applly to the British consuls-' in America, it is pointed out. , ( . , When the charges 'were preferred 1 (against the Newcastle consulate it was ) i iL-i i i, i. J : : . - j MONTPEL1ER WIND DUG HOLES IN WEBB CITY One Woman Killed and 15 Other Persons Injured By Tornado May Fifield and Elton A. Sherman United in Marriage. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sherman, 199 River street, was the scene of a pretty wedding last eve ning, when their eldest son, Elton Al len Sherman, was united in marriage to May Fifield. The ceremony was performed by Eev. Charles . N. fct. John. Miss Nila Sherman acted as bridesmaid and Alvin Richardson of Middlesex as best man. A color scheme of pink and white, interspersed with evergreen, waa charmintrlv carried out in both the living room and dining THIRTY HOUSES room. Kveroreen was also used in making an attractive background to , WERE DEMOLISHED the wedding arch, from which was sub- . .. pended a large pink bell, i The bride was becomingly gowned in navy blue Tn. Pnyerma ITnvnonuMoA v y-Jy tr ' ,7 av-in-.va. m.rJ ried a bouquet of beautiful white chrysanthemums. After the eeremonj delicious refreshments were served. Immediately afterwards, the young couple left amid a shower of confetti, and accompanied with the good wishes ,.S ,liniw man. fwinrtAa Out " f f I'l 1. rl guest included Mrs. Charles Ryan of was klllod 6teca other persons were Middlesex, Mrs. Nina Lovely of Bur- injured, several seriously, and about Indignant Voice of Woman gutted the upper store of the two-story William J. Corcoran, For- nvvuwj t,'llVl.IIJU unmu mum ihvhj'm. by the Wheeler Pharmacy, and the con necting building in the rear, ownud by Herman Spaulding of Chester and oc cupied by Kheehan's restaurant, with a loss estimated at $40,000. The tire wits discovered at about 7:30 o'clock and is thought to have Exclaimed, Just Before Shooting SAYS MRS. GIBSON mTJ A T T TWTT T Q fAQP caught either in the basement of the ilAJULrlVLlliLiO UiOU restaurant or in the drug store base i j meut. It quicklly worked to the second r "-' l r Utory of the building and was not There Was a Moment ur gotten under cont-oi ' until io:so o'clock. Five streams of water were required to get the blaze under control. The principal damage was from wa ter which got into a stock of victrolas and musical instruments on the sec ond floor. The building was also con siderably damaged, the total loss being well covered by insurance. The burned building is on the most prominent corner of the square and was a landmark, perhaps the oldest structure in the business section. mer District Attorney, Was Missing Two of Heated Argu ments, Then Shots For and May Be Buried in Debris Webb City, Mo., Nov. 1. --One woman lington and Alvin Richardson of Mid dlesex. thirty houses were demolished by a tornado which struck this city early to-day. One hundred persons were has been aonointed executrix of tho made .homeless last will and testament of Pearl Kan- Four persons were unaccounted for dall Was son, late of Waterbury. Carl- and it was thought they were killed wu - ocmcn ... i and ouried under aeons. .i : ... : . . . t a.. ...t. I . The storm struck first In the south bury. The will of Caroline George, Prt pa8sd vf the bust- late of Barre City, has been presented nes section and dipped again in the r probate. Teresa J. Spellacy has northwest residential section. In each in an area of about a settled her final account as guardian aoe buiidingg j of Harold M. fcpcllacy, a . minor, of , ., x, t ,, r quarter of a mil understood that they had originated in British, shipping circles which were in censed, because the American consuls were getting too much trade for Ameri can lines by what were alleged to be unfair methods involving drees. This came at a time when tch Amercan con suls, it was said, had been especially re quested to do everything possible to assist American snipping. ITALIAN AMBASSADOR TO V. S. RESIGNED Monfpelier The names of 20 new voters were placed on the check list at the meeting of the fcoard of civil authority held in the city hall Tuesday night. Of these eight were women. Uut of the zw. 15 received the freeman s oath. The meeting adjourned to Thursday after noon at 3:30 instead of 2 o'clock. Bal lot clerks were appointed by the board as follows i Republican, ward one, W. I. Lawrence, Charles N. St. John; ward two, Webster E. Miller, Domini- quarter ished. ilo square were demol FREIGHT BUSINESS INDICATES PROSPERITY Revenue Freight Loaded Week of Oct 21 Waa, With Two Exceptions, Greatest on Record. ' Action Simultaneotia With That Italian Ambassadors at Paris and Berlin. of Rome, Nov. I By the Associated Press). Vittorio Roland! Ricci, Ital ian ambassador at Washington, has presented his resignation, like hia col leagues, Count Sforsa, ambassador at Paris, and Senator Frassati, ambasxa dor at Berlin, wishing to leave Premitr Mussolini free to choose his own trust ed men for such important pouts. ' It developed to day that Premier Mumlini had sent a reply to the let ter of resignation from Count Sjforza, which was received yesterday reproacft ing him for his action and asking him to remain at his pot. - , .LLOYD GEORGE SICK. Former Premier Has Developed a Sore Throat. - London, Nov. 1, (By the Associated Press). Lloyd George has developed Washington, D. C, Nov. 1. Indica co BizzoJtero; ward three, Emmett B. Itions of rapidly improving condition McKenna, D. Willis Cummings; ward j the coutry'g general business lifa r,, . ' . a.. r r,,,. were given to-day in reports to the car Cohan: ward Ave, James N. Peek, I " .,.. 4.. . Htl T r ' "J association which, among other I, hartvfiavn William FT . 11ev , I , . . - " " - ' 11 n flriin T ... 1 1 ft i r frnm 1.1. . 1 llaMnM v .7 iftllalinrv. WAhi I . . . f - , I roads derived revenue in two year two, John F. Collins, Charles II. Rea- rh. rinr(. auma tu.t ... fvMi!- Wd Jhiree Jame a K' K "f ""P!"'1 of tinir weekB in September and muBBu.auiu.., "- uctober, th loading of l,003.7i)9 ham J. Heney, Michael D. McMahon; Parg 0f revenue freight the week of Oct. ward live, J. 1'atrictc Alcinerney, nen- gi,.was the greatest on record ry Butterfly; ward six, Carl U. Uud- Coal production on Monday was close ley, jonn su. roraj assisiam cutks, to a high record output for all time, ac Charles DeF. Bancroft, Clara M. Har- cording to reports compiled br the as vey, Frank Perolini, David J. Burns, sociation. There were 4508 cars of Lucia a. JJUss, Irwin L. Hanson, (,raee bituminous taken away from the mines r r : a it t v f I . .,i.. , .. , j uKKfim, nniia u. un,, n. u. tin nui uay aniouniiiiR in rouna nuni Bundy, Harold R. Hewitt, L. C.Tcwks-1 bers to 2,5),OO0 tons. On only one day bury, Andrew J. Lyons. I in the past three years has no much Luigi Pilini waa fined $,W0 -f ta ifi : if i i: :. t " buuihwii i " 7 -;0 y " loaded ,4.51 of anthracite or something ....j .... lr.ti - 0rer 300.000 tonn. This was a total mg intoxicating liquor.. He was aluo I ,,, l. t rai , . pven a Benience oi eigni vo KBoni M( dT j the t thr(,6 g in me nouse oi correciion at vvmo- v,,l ni.rihi,t,.r Nnen , .( imt.l sor, and this sentence was suspended that a week)y prwluction of 11.000,000 yvu vi ii.o .uu w. M of bituminous coal would cairy oiAws Avwiut; . uiii the country through the winter with- prosecuted. It is understood that 18 out ,nxr difficulty in snite of the short- barrels pf wine which were found in age in steaks produced by the long mine c ittiii o vcuni viii. ire ucnbiiiTm ...aiif i l-KU, pics of the wine were sent to the stte laboratory and found to contain eicht to nine per cent of alcohol. A quantity of grappa will also be de stroyed. GIRLS TAKE TO FOOTBALL. Two Eleven of George Pebody Col- leirs EnMfe in Snort. Thft case of Fmio-pre v. Brewer in I Montpelier city court has been settled. Nashville, lenn., isov. iv ! lying it is understood. This case was one of weklea, long runs and forward paes trover for a lamn and it in under- featured a hair-raning football hattle stood that by the terms of settlement between the Vikings and the "Danes" the plaintiff recovers the lamp. The t-eorge Pea body college for teach attorneva were R. E. Susena for the ers, -yesieraay. inese are usual nap plaintiff and W. N. Theriault for the penings in gridiron contests, but the defendant. - I opposing ele4-ens m tuift instance were . T tt e. --ilpiris. lwentv-two husky tootr,all 1 1 1 u iki ii 1 1 ti ,uiiu i. 1 u 1 1 r Him I . . . , . i - - , Chief of Police P. -J. Connolly visited P'"'"" .T"V,!U,."JU'1 """K Ur " "VT " T der offirial football rules, with the ex- tha house of .1. C. Cattanach jon iitMmit of ihtMl, the high school yesterday and talked with about half a dozen boys in re gard to- pre-Hallowe en activities on Monday night. It appears that a win dow in was broken with a cabbage. Same of the boys stated that the cabbage was thrown at the door. Senator William P. Dillingham ar rived in f?ie city yesterday from St. Albans, where he attended a Repub lican meeting. George L. Dunham of the state bud mg students bucked the line, rsn the ends and kicked with all the abandon of men. The games at Pea body are to be a weekly occurrence, played un- tisve reen somewhat reduced ami a round ball is used. evidence, rreceding the dance, a pa triotie pageant, I he Making of Amer iica," was presented by 50 people from Montneiier-and Karre. midcr the di. . . . j iL. v f ,n""" '"ai "..'"i reoium or ine ,reaier Vermont com-. . . . , .I . , .i yeoterday after an inspection of the hnittee of the Woman's club of Mont physician, JXiro wswwra, nas aoamionfi executive department. Roland E. Stev I pelier. The paireant was under the ens oi me stat-tara oi control, wno direction of Mrs. Murdock. The Na made the inspection with Mr. Dun- tional Life double male quartet gave u.n, inv veeraay. f several selections. I he judees of cos N. P. 'Wheeler and D. 0. Gordon ofltumes were Mrs. L. P. Briirham, Mrs. White River Junction were in the I Clifton lleaton. Itev. W. S. Nichols city yesterday on their way to Bur-land R. B. Parker. The award was lington, where they went to invest!-1 made by Rev. Mr. Nichols. Sumner's gate a refrigerator plant for possible I seven -piece. orhetra furnished rnu.-ic. I he lights were turned out tor a num ber of dances and a spotlight with n a Hospital with injuries received in an a 'it mobile smash between Jeri cho and Huntineton last Sunday, and his engagement to speak at Bristol to morrow. Lord Dawson said to-day that two or three days' rest were absolutely t sential for the former premier. Subtle Season. "What would "you do if you had a son like minef Td work bard to get to J a mil lionaire." "What so that be could indulge his low tastes!" No o he'd feel it when L disin herited him. Boston Tranwript. Her Chance. He Do you believe in thought trans ferenca? 8he Pm afraid not. I've been try ing for weeks to convey the idea to . your mind that you ought to propot. Boston Transaript. EI Bred Daorster. beer ld man ' Da roe Forti.te will knwk'at your d .r , n of the- f.n days. "he"il y-ty well Hate n. K. r da'ijn tr. M rortnne, ha wrcrked the ( fcyU. - Boston 1 nas i t- use at the. Junction bouse. William Trotnbley of Underbill is different cidcred glasses was cast on the crowd. The decorations were well carried out. with a large, picture-of a witch flvinf acroo the sky at .the may die, according to a report to the ,w" " rw" ,"p "V set-retary cf state from Inspector Ara I h' k. nf h m were Grigs. " It is reported that Tromhtey "J1 " -'ration, on the stage, and ran into a car which wa standing v"" .",", ""'" and belonged to V. Nay of Winooski. iln 7 fP"- ,0"m, ,M on jtallowern was oi. served last merit l rations cf creie paper and Haihiwcen ita tne nuai ores.mg up ln w- black cats. New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 1 (By tho Associated Press). -In her eye-wit ness account of the Hall-Mills murder on Sept. 14, Mrs. Jane Gibson, the farm er-woman of Hamilton road, told the authorities, it was learned to-day? that a lew momenta before the fatal shoot ing she heard one of the women under the crabapplo tree exclaim, indignant ly: ' "Then explain ihcue letters." This part of Mrs. Gibson's story came to lighfc through a conversation she had with a neighbor after making her statements to investigators. There was a moment or two of heated argument, It was said, after the explanation was demanded, then without warning, the shooting. A number of notes that were said to have passed between the Rev. Kdwarj Wheeler Hall and Mrs. Eleanor R. Miller, were found atrewn about their bodies under the tree. .Movements of the in vestigators to-daS, though veiled in He crecy, appeared to center for the most part', iu keeping under surveillance three men answering descriptions given by Mrs. Gibson. It was reported that special deputy Attorney General Molt intended at an oportnne moment, to bring the three before Mrs. Gibson. Detective Schwarg of Newark,' fin- jrex print expert; his assistant,-Detective Deriveux, and the official police photographer of Newark, were on their way here to-day to make photographs and diagrams of the scene of the mur ders and to examine clothing of the victims. , A detective employed by tho inves tigators said to-day that the day after Mrs. Gibson's atory was mada pubpc, she had been approached by a man who said to her: "Keep quiet. ... If you don't talk, you can make more from the defense." It previously Lad been reported that the farmer-woman had been threat ened after her tale was told. Mrs. Hall, who ha maintained strict silence since the double slaying and whose only utterances have been made through her attorney, Timothy T. Pfeffer, was expected this afternoon to receive a corps of newspaper men at the rectory and permit them to question her at will. SHOT HIS WIFE FOR HER INDISCRETIONS WHEN CASE TO EX TORT WAS CALLED UP CITY HOSPITAL BAG . DAY SUCCESSFUL COLLECTION 1 OF RUBBISH He Was Involved in Pro ceedings That Led To Removal of Pelletier CATCH FIRE SUSPECT. As He Was, Running from Apartment Where Fire Broke Out. ' New York, Nov. 1, Joseph Presto monacia waa arrested early to-day as he ran from the hallway of an uptown apartment house where a fire had been started. Police are inclined to believe the arrest may aid in solving the mystery of two fires in uptown apart ments recently in which 22 lives were lost. FOREST FIRES PUT OUT. After They Had Spread Over Many Farms Near Concprd, N. H. Concord, N. H., Nov, 1, Forest fires which spread over a score of farms between Northficld and Bewails were under control to-day afjer a fight by several-' hundred men. No building1 were burned. Boston, Nov. 1, -William J. Cor coran, former district attorney of Mid dlesex county, was adjudged in defau in superior court to-day when he failed to appear in answer to charges of threats to extort. Attorneys for the commonwealth said that Corcoran who was involved in thfe proceedings 11. ..1 I. J 1 . i, . 1 A . . mux icu to uio removal ot josepn t-. Pelletier, district attorney of Suffolk county an dof Nathan A. Tufts as dis. trict attorney of Middlesex was not' in the city and that his whereabouts were unknown, With Corcoran were defaulted Theresa Duggan and her husband Francis Duggan, both of whom fac similar ciiaiges charges as a result of discioHures of attempted blackmail made during the Tutts trial. LAY UNCONSCIOUS IN THE HIGHWAY KIDNAPPED GIRL DESERTED IN WOOD. Elliott Padrick, Former Minister, Preached Sermon to Jury on "Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery." Sfatesboro, Ga., Nov. 1 The fate of Elliott Padrick, former minister, who confessed the slaying of his girl wife and mother-in-law, Mrs. Mamie Lou Dixon, rested with a superior court jury to-day. Padrick closed his defense with a dramatic sermon to the jury, declaring that he shot his wife because of her indiscretions. His text was bawd on the commandment, "Thou shatt not commit adultery." CUBAN ELECTION ON. Rosalie Shanty, U, Wandered About Till She Came to Farmhouse Near Dublin, Mich. Muskegon, Migh., Nov. 1. Rouali Slmnty, 11 years old, kidnapped tun day as she came from church, was found wandering in the woods near Dublin, Manistee countj-, late las night, according to a telegram received to-day from the chief of police at Well ston, Mich. According to the police, the messaga Intimated that the girl had been a ban doned by her abductor and had wan derew whoulp i the wofwt until she reached a farmhouse where she was civen shelter. Muskegon officers have left for Well ston, where the girl was removed early to-day. . A posse is searching the woods near T . 1 ! ' I . . . . V . . I .1 imumi (or iraeo oi a. mu wno is nam by two boys here to have enticed the child into an automobile Sunday. Rosalie won considerable notice here last summer for her swimming and diving stunts at the municipal bath ing beach. BLAMES WOMAN FOR MURDER. J. Thomas Gettigan Accused Aunt's Sister in Court Room. Boston, Nov. 1. J. Thomas Gttti gan, on trial for the murder of his aunt, Mrs. Lizzie M. Cook, in answer to a direct question to-day by Assist ant District Attorney Maurice Caro, said he was of the opinion that Mrs t'assie V. Richardson, Mrs. Cook's sis ter, killed the woman by arsenic pois oning. After testifying that he, his wife. Miss Agnes Riley and Mrs. Richard son were in the death chamber, Get tigan categorically denied that the first three named had been responsi ble for her death. v "Are you of the oninion that your 10 cnoose national provincial and aunt, Mrs. Cassie F. Richardson, killed Local Officers. Havana. 'Nov. 1, (By the Associated Press), The voters of Cuba went to the polls to-day to elect 6 national representatives, sit provincial gover nors and new municipal and provincial administrations throughout the island. Extraordinary measures have been tak en to preserve order and prevent frauds at the balloting centers. DIVORCE FOR CRUELTY. Given to Mrs. Caroline Post from For mer Governor of Porto Rico. Mrs. Oook by arsenic poisoning?" asked Mr. I aro. Gettigan hesitated and answered: "Yes." Mrs. Richardson had testified that she was attracted to Mrs. Gmk's apartment by thumping on the floor and that upon investigation the found her sister in distress. SEEK FOR TYPEWRITER, With Which Poison Cake Package Was Addressed. Philadelphia, Nor. 1, Detectives and postal inspectors seeking a solution of Los Angeles, Nov. 1, Mrs. Caroline t, mvtr .nrroiinHiiup th. rfnsth r.f !!,...;..- l... . i . j f . . . " v- """ "'""ve i W. W. merrett of Devon, an expert ac from Regis Henry Post, former cover. nor of Porto Rico in the superior court here yesterday. She charired cruelty. About Moonlight, It is probable that few persons are aware of the fact that the full moon gives several times more thsa twice the light of the half moon. They may he still more surprised to learn that the ratio is approximately as nine to one. Hlebbios and Brown, taking advan countant and the serious illness of his wife from eating poison cake, have set out to find the typewriter used to ad dress the death dealing delicacy sent through the mails to the Sterrett home, ome. ' t MEXICAN CONSULATE REOPENED After Having Been Closed in New York Since Friday. New York, Nov.' 1. (By the Asso ciated Tress, The Mexican consulate e extreme sensitiveness to i.h Vta.. . . ..i.t iKht of a selenium nil, measured the ,, .rtion of Ne"w York court, in is- sge of the mount ft IIITlit romillg from the mrlt nf aftarhment na it. nrnn. moon at different phases, with th re- ertT i connection with a civil action suit above mentioned. .The reason for . broWht bv the Oliver Ameri.-an Trad- the remarkable ditJerence shown is to';.- ,mn,- re-t.ner.ed to-dar. n , , . i - . - tumea and mvsterious movements of lnche and gates, and the unusual I feature of a costume ball given by j the Community club in the city hail. Special OiTWr W. G. McAw.v was added to the po!i-e force for tat nij;ht but it is understand tbre was no dis- A prif offered by the club for the - ....u,c. mst Halloween" costume at the hall Tk funeral of Harlan Wesley Renin waa awarded by th judges to M-s n ill Ua held from his late home at 30 Katherrne Ryan, who wore a clever S-Vk4 atreet at o'lWk Thursday r.wtutn tt hia. k with an trance fir- sitcrnooe, with burial in l.reen Munt fh a hi;h 1 cmeterv. Rev. :!. X. St. .'..) n p ot tiiart: an.l r- w .si e-a-iat. I .te family r-.jw"tts ' dl and trimmirgs, !;;-1 leaked it. it's cap" of VimA irrs. tther -! u:oes were much I found in the varying angles of reflection presented by the roughened nrfaces cf our satellite to the sun. The moon is brighter between first uarter and full than between full and last rjuarter. The cause of this is TALK OF THE TOWN A very enjoyable Hallowe'en party waa held at the home of E. D. Gnv r on evident in the more highlv reflective Cleary street lat evening. Twenty character vf that part of (he mwn ! small lwys aad girls made merry for George Doucette of Montpelier Was in Automobile Accident on Barre-Groton Road- Brought to Barre Hospital George Doucette, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J, Doucette of 43 River street, Montpelier, was seriously in jured in an automobile accident while returning from Grotoij potui along yes terday. He was taken to. the Barre City hospital by Messrs. George Robin and Perley Beck ley of South Ryegate, who were in a car 'just behind him. An X-ray was to be taken at the hospital to determine the extent of ni injuries, ix, appears that he was squeezed considerably and he was spit ting blood yesterday, but thia had stopped to-day. Mr. Doucette believes that something must have gone wrong wjth the car, as he says the boy was a caretul and skilful driver. Mr. Doucette states that from the appearance of tho tracics, qmy one Draice tieid. ihe car stayed right side up hut turned cross wiae of tne road, and the boy was lying unconscious in the road when he was found.. The accident occurred about a quarter mile toward Barre from th point where the road turns off, going to West J opsham. Mr. Doucette said that the doctors believed to-day that the boy was doing well. .. . : - DEATH OF SO. RYEGATE WOMAN. Mies Mabel HaU Died at Hospital rn Brookline, Mass. South Ryegate, Nov. I. Mis Mabel Hall, aged 4.i years, died Monday aft ternoon at the hospital in Brookline, Mass., where she went last week for treatment. The funeral will be held here Thursday afternoon. Miss Hall was the . daughter of George L and Eliza (Lauder) Hall and had always made her home here. AI though teaching for a time in New bury, most of her life was spent in the home, earing for her mother, who died nearly two years aeo. Mr. Hall is also deceased. For the past year Miss Halls health had been impaired and for two months she waa in Brightlook hospital, St. Johnsburv, for treatment, going from there last week to Brookline for further care. Two sisters survive, Miss Marion Hall of South Ryegate and Miss Eliza beth Hall of Minneapolis. YOUNG WOODHOUSE'S WEALTH Was Matter Under Consideration in Alienation Suit. Burlington, Nov. 1. Two , salient point in the case of Mrs. .J.orritt Woodhonse in her suit for a million dollars against Lorenzo E. and Mary Kennedy Woodhouae were brought out in the examination of L. E. Woodhon -.e this morning, Mr. Woodhouse testified thst his sou's, Douglas, wealth, which he had given to his mother as trustee when he entered the army during the war, bud not tjeen retumeo to mm until fter the deposition of his testimony had been taken in Reno regarding f!-e lienation suif. The other was that al though be had civen Douglas f-Vi.OOrt at one time before his marriage he had contributed nothing to his support that he could remember since. S ' Will Be Carried Out Dur ing the Next Six Days CITY COUNCIL 3 .VE . ITS INSTR 5 HONS Public Had Mist 5 irstand- ing; Collection $ pposed to End Las' jj anth Although the summoT collection of rubbish by the city was advertised to Contributions Received Were Quoted , at a VaIu of $350.87. After checking up the results of bag day for the Barre City hospital, those in charge announce that, although due to conditions in the city, the receipts were less than in former years, yet a goodly contribution was received, esti mated in value at $300.87. The commit tee wishes to thank each and every one who assisted the hospital in any way on that day, especially those from tho surrounding towns, who responded heartily to the appeal. The following is the list of dona tions and estimated values Barre City Potatoes $33.21, apples $13.00, carrots $7.23, turnips S5.40, beets $10.16, cabbage $8.46, pumpkins $8.50, squash $7.40, groceries home canned goods $62.02, canned $13.98, linen $5.05, money $11, honey i i k, l &oin nn Trow hill Potatoes $6.08, apples be ,clHfied 'Bt month, the city council $2.:i(), vegetables, etc., $7.30. Total, notea last night, in view of the mibun $15.68. (lerstanding throughout the city and Williamstown - Vegetables $5.30, the aetion of . re8ident, jn piac. borne canned goods $2.3o. Total, $7.6.i. . , . . . " i . , y East . Montpelier-Plainficld-Potatoes ln htb a the curb this week, that $4.5, apples $2.4U, vegetables yu.ai, i""" more .collection would be made; groceries $i.U4, borne canned good and the street department was in 4..iS. lOtat, Sli'J.OO. v 1 Bt,i0A f K.; ) j East hillPotatoes $2.95, apples, 1 T. . . ,, , , , vegetables, etc., $1.60. Total, $4.55. ""'T Dl(rnina the. streets to be East Barre Potatoes .13, apples mcir usual order, $1.20, vegetables $8.08, groceries 87o, The wires to the city hall have been . ...... X .. J - Ait iis T..4-1 ... nome canne.a gooon .w.-xu,.., 'burning up" all the week, so city offi Montpelier road-Potatoes $5.15, p- . "ported,''. anxious inquiries pies 75c, vegetables $4.50, grocenes ora peopie regarding the collection; $l.fi0, home canned goods $8.80. Total.Iand the Btreets in many sections are in 7;f;, ..,:nT..f. -.a m.m lmy , from Hallowe'en eelebatora $.101, linen $3.60, groceries 48c, home MUIBg "P0n tl,e rubbish to H8e in tll,,ir canned goods $7.15. TotaL . iMuui Orange and Kimball Lome rotatoes j ihe open session of .the council was 2-0,' apples BOC, vegetables urecedetl arid .mu: K money $1, home canned goods $2.18. j-, J Tnrnl. Kl 1 HO- ' . Wasiliinrrtnn Potatoes $1.40. vcjre-1 n the sandwich open session the tables $5.20, linen $1.20, money $1, council heard a report of City Attorney . 1 . . A- W--1..1 iThlffimr kfltrt.inn ,.,.l....l if nome- canned goous jj.oj, lumi, -"'"v """""'(s jioiui, a m um $14.45. South Barre Potatoes 5.w, vegeta bles $4.81. Total, $5.36. Grand total, $350.87. DEMAND PURE MILK. nance to cover milk inspection on the ground that the general law; covered the matter. The city attorney will. however, confer with the health author ities before the council . takes definite action on the report. tituiding Inspector Kami reported .10 lining. narmUd mm,.!. t,r l.i. .1... H. Bancroft Told Barre Audi- """ JT 'P " TJ"" t n jfn.ni w. j niiu, uii ii ( a rwtii i iv: nil Dr. E . ence xesreiaay. tion, the following building permits Demand pure, wholesome milk and V'T. r"nJed.s 9l?nl Lane to remodel ...!ii; A. tnr n ,. the in. section ot nuiiaing on Aortli .Man .r,in. TiV V. tr Bancroft in i street occupied hy the Burlington Ren l:. .ii, i :ii. ,.j. denng company, Luko Oallaeher to Jilt laili UB UUi tlllllk Kivcii uuuvi mo t l . , auspice, of the civic department f":htTT?l?J:Vf. nue to rear of iot; James Hastings t it. Tj tf Al mfvr 1 Bank hall yeHterdfty afternoon. Ihotw Milk, Dr. Bantiroft said, must of , . . , e ou tiuMBiswii weiw given necessity form the important part of it to miiW an ai!(lition Kto th, the child s (diet, and for that reason outherl side of fheir jte Jant (1 one should be more interested in it n. ,., v, v m v , . . , , T. ., , , v,.l 1IJW KSH111U VU MO A 1 T man any advanced could pro v.tamines which were found m tniiK, at the corner of Lewis and Batcheldet and his advice to adults, as weu as atreet.s children, was to dnnk twice as much City Engineer Rubles reported his niilU as they already do. inability to- establish -street lines on He pointed out how scurvy and oth- Fairview street unless a resurvey is er diseases were the direct resultof made; and the matter was further re the lack of the valuable vitamiries ferred to him,' to the street committi s which are contained in milk, and how, nd to the city attorney. altbousrh. the child might not be sub- Overseer of the Poor Scott reported jeet to one of these diseases, his resist-1 $1,100 needed for October bills and .!0'l ance to disease would oe greauy iow-ito pay the water department tor wood ered. ,. . deliw-red. Kequisition allowed. . Dr. Bancroft dwelt at some length I A sewer nn Richardson road to the upon the proper method of producing river was authorized, as was drain pure milk, and called attention to tne unner rsanroaa street ior jur. romoni. act that such production required I In relation to the former sewer, Robert painstaking cleanliness and immediate B. Jones of Jones Bros. Vo. appeared cooling of the product rather than, and said that his company would stand fine barns and expensive equipment? responsible for any nuisance which He explained in detail how the lactic might develop from passage of tho acid bacilli, which are so harmful to sewer m a culvert of the Montpelier Ai infants, multiplied rapidly if the milk "ens mver rauroaa. inn m , n . .11 j ., ..m.; w,h fm. run from the company s houses o Richardson road. lLne i 'Tni.,.1 the. imtxrrtance of tho The fire committee reported that A bt other foodstuff. Dr. Bancroft n fcet, and R Caeiaineto Bnd sd the theory tliat no cMd were givm a perulit to erect- a 16 by properly develop without the 24 prSLnto p!ant ftt the rear of the iot immediate cooling of the product as soon as it is drawn from the cow. In regard to the local milk supply, Dr. Bancroft stated tiat the present percentage of cows affected with bo rne tuberculosis was practically neg ligible, having been reduced in the psm. four years from 24 per cent, which was about one cow out of every four, to less than one per cent, Barre M0NKT0N STORE BURNED. G. C that lie West of its meridian. Wsh- ington Star, tliat flers I omitted. Just Case of Nerve. "Your honor. I was rot intotkated.- "But tbia ol'i- r save you mere try ing to climb a lamp pt." I , your honor. A cru;V of fur pie aK.cators had been f !.,;. ir.a r a "-nnd all een'nit. ami. st y 't iaowjtHe weir f ihm rra'a it .I'idge. th trtiTiirs ct vir hhh tf Mniif, evtm. Hailvw ftrni a." wClma- i.ea.r j Pot. ck- and j i werr ttnti. two hnura with games, guein eon- tet. etc The party was give hr Ijt ter tuvr and rraci Leith. The Rv elub of the Church tf the fiood Mifj herd was entertained at a IfalkiweVa party ia tie Vement of the church lat evening. The nnl Hl It.ween atueta went tried ia Jtik u lan:cTTi liat aad a ir,ytery av ar.4 fortune ti.ld by a real with aH ! A Fan's Store ni the Post- office. Prikt.d. Sow 1. The store of O. C. Farr of Monkton was destroyed by re about 6 a. m. yesterday, together ith the entire stck of general mer chandise. The postofne was iiw-ated in the sfrr and the mail hair, mail nd recoTds were knit. A lrn be longing to Carl Oomatock, ) rested di reetlv Imck cf the store, waa alo arned. The kis is estimated at 0O0. Inured. In Courtship's School He (bitterlv) So In rejected am I? 5he Ye. bit you rosy wins up for riani'natMi i sis nosttha' tini. IJwtt.n Trsneript. Fine and others had violated tho pro. visions of their permit for building a paraee in the rear of lot at the cortiej of Main and Granite street.-; and the matter was referred to the city attor- pv. The Salvation Army reported that it proposed to complete payment for the old city building soon and take over the title, having already advanced $50(1 11... 2 fukl mirMttta nrine. T.ltke having one of the finest records in the .'nniir.tion fn- . 00i room H- country in this repect. This means i, j tne m Bijou theatre was ro- that Barre baa an absolutely saie mns. fcrrej t0 the license committee. upply as tar as bovine tunercuiosis i Raymond c. Lupine reigned as a concerned. I regular fireman, stating tnat he could Followine the lecture, Dr. Bancroft maka mora moncv in somethinr tflt. demonstrated the method of examin-1 ,ppepted. ing milic tor seaimeni ano eauiui- jne following wairaiits were rest ited several specimens of milk under gd ordered paid: City clerk, payroll, the microscope, -showing the high bac- S8ft.07r-street department. $303.03: n- terial count of the product when itlpincer, $41.13; water department, $31 - as handled unaer unsaniuiry oonai-1 ,,. fire department. 8iiy!'.K:; pom ac- ions. Ipartinent, ss.25; l . U. iiootn, fu, ,i. W. Sullivan, posting notices of geneul M0RET0WN GIRL HONORED- election. $2; Paige 4 tampneu, eeci- I dent insuran!e on inn-K, .vom, I . . a.. 1 Miss Joyce G. Bisbee Librarian ef Kenning company, r. -, Lynn, Mass, Public Library. ' eo,par,v;$M.9: Farry Wilder, Lynn. Mas., Nov. 1, Miss Jovce G. $23: .T. J. Lamb, printing aad eration- Biatree of Moretown, Vt, assistant err, $23: Iloraer Jitts company, 14.4n: librarisn of the Lynn Public Library Montpelier A Barre Light ft. Power .;n lf"t waa imanimonlv elected Co.. supplies. $!0: American LnFrano Bastlicf Folks. Maine papr Mis Bertka Brik a -n-4 Kat-i'iar f-.-ta Tntn. !r. 'S!a'-aT. t R t f ji ..) U 'en berr vititmc Mr. ssad Mrs. Swift. B t n Tranar- U librarian by the board of trustees to day. She will fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Clarence E. Sher man, who resigned in August to go to the Providence. R. I., library. The office carries with it a salary of $3.U0 a year. Since Mr. bherman s resigna tion Miss Bislree has been acting li brarian, and previously was asaietant and chief of the circulation depart ment. Mie a prsdnate of Boston university and Western Reaerve "Li- brsrv arhooL. Before ccming to Lynn she was with the Laat tlertland, t)hio, public library. JTJ2IERAL OF MAS YWEST. Waa Held From Her Late 'Home Yes terday Afternoon. The funeral ef Mis Marr Wet was he'id from her tat home on North Main tnt yeterday aftemion, Rev. W. R f-keela, ptr of the l"niveralit church. otTn rating. The Wsrere were B. Frack Wet ef CVtelami. O., Ralph O. Waterman of Eat Barre and Paul Ieavitt and Wil t am l'Mr t tbia city. Burial was ia Elmwood eeroetery. Amore thnae from ott ff ta a w V erf present were P. Frank Wet t Vi'lanrl. .. Mr. S"d Mr Kl!;. 4.1 St-H .f St. and Mr. X. T. t-nr-gist of Mk. M. Fire Enirine company. MJ overseer ef poor, requisition ftr October for bills and fuel, $2,000. USED CASERN IFE ON L0CC Says Lewis, One of Men Who Es caped From St. Johtutnry JafL St. Johnshiiry, Nov. I. Sheriff Wor then returned "laat night from White fielif, X. H-, where he trafiferml fi..m the lm.kup there to the C'aledooia coun ty jail in this town, Irordia Ien of North LiUleton. captured at twin Mountains Monday afternoon by th New llawpahire officers after they ha. I compelled his car to slop by shitiu, the tires. Hia confederate, George Mills of Worcester. Mans, who ecaped with him from the Caledonia cwir.ty jail Sunday afternoon. Is still at tart:. Lewis claims they effected thi cut away by using a cae knife en the out -skle bjrk tit the jail while the ht.T was en.vin n ri.le with hia family. Ivrwi will be held fcer for hearir, aa4 trial Be.!ea escaping from j .1 he has c.nfeej to stealirg two atn Biobilee ia St. J hnb iry aa well as being aa a-n-plr-e of Genre M.!i la steahttg the third ear at ! rtiet.l MnfMiay l'lno. All tl.c tt hat !b ret.rned te thrir vwarrs.