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i . ; THE V h XXVI. 1NO. .UJ. ; . BAKHE DAILY TIME BARKE, VERMONT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922. PRICE, TWO CENTS. id VIS BROTHERS SEEN WITH TWO STRANGE MEN IN ORFORI), WED., NOV. 8 Both the Strangers Were Described As Young Men pid One of Them Wore Glasses, According To Findings of Sheriff Claude Murray INFORMATION AD- VANCES PROBABLE marriage' work investigated. Authorities Also Look Over the Un dertaking Establishments. Chicago, Nov. 14. Matrimonial agencies and 1 undertaking 1 establish ments were fields of investigation to day in the alleged poison plot of Mrs. fTVll!- T.'ll 1. 1 1. ... .mini,! fr 111- lie ISturmer Koulik.' " The women were arraigned on mur der charges yesterday, "but the prelimi nary hearing was postponed ten days while the police and coroner's office continued investigations. Aiifinrnitlir frt lllft All thorities. there have been ten mysterious deaths or caws or illness rrom poisou aiming im ... . - .3 1 .. - . met husbands, relatives and friends of TIME OF DEATH Mrs. Klimek, while Mrs. Koi On Tuesday Night An Au tomobile With New Hampshire Registration Had Been Seen Standing Koulik is held as a suspect' in five alleged poisonings SCOTLAND TO BE "DRY" CALAMITY IS V APPALLING Chilean Government- May Send Troops Into Earth shaken Regions WHERE THOUSANDS LOST THEIR LIVES JURY FOUND NE- GLECT OF DUTY ! Against Ernest A. Folsom, Former Tax Collector of Marshfield . VERDICT INTERPRE- . TED BY JUDGE Foreman Said Folsom Was. campaign. Guilty of-' Not Turning Over Books on Request RED CROSS CAPTAINS MEET THIS EVENING To Make Final Plans for the Drive in Barre on Thurs day. " rtnitr nn rlnv intervenes before Torre's annual Red Cross roll call. The. headquarters of Barre chapter is the scene of feverish' preparations for the big drive , and Thursday morning will see -the team captains and can vassers out in force. After to-night all of. the impytaut arrangements will have been completed, leaving the committee a full day in which to- iron out the smaller details incident to tue BULLET NEAR HUNTER'S SPINE FIRE FIGHTERS TAUNTED AT WEBSTER VILLE FIRE One House Burned andT Another Dam agedFormer Was Occupied By American Plan Employe. the Elderly Victims According To Plans of the World Pro hibition Workers Philadelphia. Nov. 14. Progress of . ... . 1, 1 i. IA J the "dry" movement tnrouguum. me Had Been Seen Standing flve continental the globe again o ' ' -n : i t a TTnmn ftf cupied the attention of the world con in Front of the llome 01 i Wnmen.. christian Ten. I a. aa vawaa v - nerance Union to-day. Rallies were 1 . . . . . , 1 l " 1. 1 Those in attendance to-aay aiscu-suu. xmttw tntTvat. the assertion made last ... I . . . . . . . . T4l 1. IT f 1 1 firfnrfl JV. 11.. rioy. . i mguv . . uriora, , Qrjeg that Scotland and New Zealand are next tionof the murder of John and Char es Davis, brothers, whose ', Uluml ,.a Ru.i.lav.nirht in the small nouse Amnnir the cables of praise for the thev occupied on the outskirts of this W. C. T. U. and its work, one was village, has revealed mat wj w i t jy ----- ,- ... ... 1-4. ittmimra "raiKn. v last seen a live mm .' , of Wednesday, Nov. 8 Lawless Elements Are Turning Damage Into Dismay ' SherilT Claud Murray of Canaan said to-dav that he had learned the broth- Because era were in the village, Wednesday aft cnioon and that they were aecompa ACCUSED MAN FREED. Evidence In Boston, of InSuffiicient Shipping Case. ) Nov. 14, -After arguments completed- to-day Judge nl bv two strange young men, had been ofS whom wore-eye glasses. This in-JBrewgter in the feral district court fnrmntion advances the probable time instrI1.te(i tne iury to rtturn a verdict of the deaths 24 hours as, lacking later fjr the jefense on the ground insuf .1 ii i .a t first believed the suit of the gov . . rr. i - I nmnwnf airtiinst (inillierme Luii of l.ovr wprn-klllea on luesuar 7 ... . . V . Hampshire number wan noticed stand lllif 111 -jiviiv The autopsy completed yesterday showed that the aged men were t- .t.rked with an axe and their neaas V. HaAf orrl fnr 15.0(10 The suit was based on the charge that Luia signed three Portuguese as ..Ur. nt tha rrrw nf the schooner Mornugso in order to get them into this country. Two ot we men jiave " Ti ithnarr of A. .-t ji. . w.i.l-ifliv vi the too oniccrs mk tive. Neighbors said, they understood i,n.rHMl from 81500 me oroinciB nn.x ----- . , . to $1,500, representing the savings of their entire lives. tv Tinii. nr known to carry about with him the funds of the two, MmloH tlirouirh 50 years of their heads deported and the third was a the county I f rag. witness in the case FIRE HELD UP CROWDS 1 And Totterins Walla Cause Firemtn to Flee New York, Nov. 14. A spectacular mi in.. i 6 V:.n. I i. fvrtla avctnue ele- inside a vest pocKet was vn juuu puuauii vmw w L.i.- f h money and this had been lin. . peftri etreet. Brooklyn taken, it was found. The murderer to.day heid rush hour 'L" traflic had overlooked $05 in a little cloth for two hourg and delayed many v.r ninnea to one of the flve shirts l .. .j. their way to work in n tha hndv of Charles Davis. I Prescott Davis, the brother, of Nor-J x number of firemen were injured rrirh. who found the bodies, was ques- , t n- hrickg and several were over- tioned, as was his wife, who arrived me fc moke. Tottering walls Jiere- with him. Davis is well known cauged the fircme to flee and attack o dnnA - trader. Acrardinir to the ....,. -., n i - " " ,14 I I HO IIUIH Lite authorities they were unable to , throw egtimatcd at $100,000 and up any light on the situation. John was - 72 years old and Charles 68 . Santiago, Nov. 14, (By the Asso ciated Press), -Reports of banditry and disorder in the earthquake district, to gether with news of additional earth shocks - and indications hat the cafemity has reached appalling propor tions caused the Chilean government to-day to consider the advisibility of sending troops to Coquimbo ana Ataca- ma to reinforce the regular garmons, which are too small to cope witft tne situation an daid in relief. ' Outlawry broke out last night in the fnurn fir Vallonar. the fhief sufferer 4rr.m iha sarfnuuIcA where it is esti mated 1,000 of th einhabitants periHhedj came from other places in the affected region. - The arrival of war vessels at the northern posts of Chile brought wire less reports of disaster from towns and villages not previouslly heard from in cluding the large town of Freirina, augmenting greatly the number of re ported casualties, which are now varsi ously estimated at between 1,500 and 2,000 dead, with numberless injured and homeless. . AMERICAN CONCERN LOSES. American Smelting and Refining Co. Bad Smelter in CarrizaL New York, Nov. 14, The American Smelting and Refining company an nounced to-day that it had a smelter upd. Tint in nneration in the town of Carrizal, which js reported to have disappeared in the earthquake and tidal r.. . 1 ... 1 .. TL. wave oisaster 01 laai miuiuj. mnanv alan Awn a ameltim? and con verting plant at camera, vnue, iwuin tmrn ronrtjrf to have been seriously damaged. No estimate of the damage to its property couia oe given uy m company in the absence of details as to the extent 01 tne oipssier. sards. PRESTON CASE RECALLED. FOR MAYNARD'S FAMILY A Flying Circua Benefit Will Be Staged In Investieation of an Assault and , Sunday. Battery Case. Garden City, J. ln ov. 14. A ny . . I inr Airmia with ttwirpa nf iriDT. MVV Maiden. Mass., Nov. lWl-Q lV ftntl civniLn Bilo'u 0,. assault ami battery brought ny npld gun airs. Mary EliitSTieth Kaao as a resua 5 tnr ,. ri,lnw nH fnr ,if the party at a Melrose houser at . , :... TKvUin W ..'May. whicn sne nss saiu nard( the "flying parson," who was miade about the unsolved mystery i kiU(,d Jn an exhiDI'liol, flight jn Ver- the kilUng of Patrolman James A. mont wcentT Pr,(nn of Wakefield lafct year were Tk. l.onflr u. omnm. tn.,luv liv fives s hearing to-day. Ihe name 01 jfew ort and Iong Island posts of Clarence A. Loud, who was acquitted tlie American Legion. f the murder, was mennonea . , JS? rtTngT wi'th the Antelope Threatened With Extinction. in heartnjf was not aamiaoie wfu The American antelope is threatened he was not named as a aeienaam. with extinction, tceording to orlicials ot The defemlsnts named were Airs. 1 f h dpnartment of the Interior. Is- TT A . .f fnlriaa wVirt vil a I . . : . . ; . n.A.,a.,rAa u - jvaie ......", - 1 lean extensive jjun-ii?c uiwuiro - . fiiriire in the original invetigation of I taken, oilicials declared, an animal the killing of Preston; George H. widely admired for its coloring, deli Tliinann. and Mr. and Mrs. John Sic- !.. nrnnnrtiona and eenhvr like inove- Tutyre. I ments, soon will be seen onlyl in if T.Q t,a firat vitncM In lil nf I he nartv at the Dow home, of the peo-l Thera are nrobably not more than .. v 1-1 . . ...... Jle there anu 01 which a towel soaked that burned her was Kha liaanl Mrs Mrs' Dow, the witness testified, "How .... v..-a vmi tnia tier 01 me iTPRinn ii'"v 11 - Ynu'd better look out. Shell Lieut Edwin G. Shroder and Lieut Com, G. PeC.Chevalier. Rnitimnra Mil.. Nov. 14. Lieutenant vm win (1 Shnwli-r was instantly killed aftd Lieutenant Francis A. Marsh was seriously, if not fatally wjureu, wnen their airplane crashed at Logan field, ear here to-aay. WasbinKton, D. C, Nov. 14. Licu- tenent Commander Godfrey Pa C. Chevab'er, who crashed with his air plane at Hampton Roads Sunday, died to-day at the naval hospital, Ports mouth, Va according to a message to t. Lieutenant Commander Chevalier, in point of serv ice was one 01 tue okipbi nax:TT Tin III Wll In PlllXlo Is- lT1- . - ' " - land and was appointed to the naval academy from Mansacnuseiia. ' . u v. 4-1..: : . -z -:.. j Jle there anu 01 muh ; upisNj antelope remaining in me vuni-u u - no u4.11., f,tatni according to a (istemrni, mnu placed en her the tota numiM.r in the Yellowstone s. Mrlntyre ak v&t about 3M. In 1908 the num- 1 oer was esiimaitu u ".. The cause of the antelope has oeen I taVan m Wv th Amariran Piaon so- tell on you." - ciety of New Vork. Proposed measures The reply, arcoramg m -'"". fnclude provision lor an adequate win- u that sne was a u bwi .r rani?e for Yellowstone fcerd. ana . 1.1 . .ii I 1 i- u II1I1U llVlfc ten. 11m r .k tnailfinl further as to de .f !.. t.art at which ahe com lana 1.1 iu ,C 1 tdains she was stripped of her jewelry, . . . ..j 1 :i : . u a thrnrn III 1 IIP nnor anu mv 11.1a ?ktaU shaker. Then she ran borne. Then Rich Soared. Mm.Ri-h (with letter from dauirh tmr at nMeor .John. I'm atounded Helen writes that-she is now on the wrub team. Who ever would haT thought she'd take a coure in boue- lieeping? Boston Tranacnpt. Uncle Ei Observation. "When 'er man talks tout luck" remarked I'ncle Krra, "he pin-rally 'ineans bad luck. "Cause when he's ,rnproiis be's f winter take all de credit fa his o unahtnesa." Bos ton Transcript. f V..P.I. Mttinnfl I Oraimn VaraHa 1 1 11- y -. i i 1 1 : f.-., ; . iumau, iiiiiuiii, l lin ami .iiiiii m in the winter 01 ivn-sz neariyi a third of tha Yellowstone tvark herds were lot as a result of heavy snows . .1 1 V.. ifanrailalinna nf MirntH vnlvpl 'and mountain lions. A part of t'hia iot was made up iy Dina 01 tne young thr next snrins. The moat serioua menace to their preservation ia the absence of suit able winter ranee, according to these officials. A verdict of guilty was returned in Wouhlitirinii county morning by tie jury in the case of State vs. Ernest A. Folsom ot iuarsn field, who was cliarged'. with willful neglect of his duties as tax collector in "the town of Marshfield. ' The jury, which took , the case late yesterday afternoon, first reported a disagreement this morning. Judge Frank L. Fish inquired if they had any communication to make in regard to the case, and Foreman G. W. Stewart asked whether the jury could find the respondent guilty on one of the sev eral counts in the information pre sented by the state. Judge Fish re tl, ilii.tr cuilil and the foreman I'm;. iuh. v.. . j that th iurv had found the respondent guilty of 'not tnrning over his oooics wnen asKeu j town treasurer to do so. The court said he would treat this verdict as one of "guilty." A conference then took place be tween the court, State's Attorney Adams, who prosecuted, and Attor neys John -W. Gordon and Hale K. Darling for the respondent. The court then asked the loreman u n rcn(....." ent was guilty or not guilty. Fore man Stewart replied that they found ;u.r rVunual fur the resDond- ent asked that the jiu-y be polled. r.i 1. T C (liwlo nallnil thn roll of 1. 11' 1 IV x. v.. .' ' w l,. iurv ami ach member concurred in the verdict of guilty as given by the foreman. In his charge,. Judge Fish had out lined the delegations.of the state and the respondent' answers to them, aud instructed the jury in regard to the necessity of the state's making out I . 1 . .,lnl such a case as proved me renpuiiuci.i. euilty beyond a reasonable doubt in order to secure a conviction, and fur- ther explained the presumption I in nocence of the accused. Both the state's attorney and coun sel for the defense bad argued at length over the meaning of the word "willful" in the law regarding such actions as the respondent was charged with. . Judge Fish gave a number of dcnni nf tha meaning of the word, vis: "Intentionally dona with a wrongful purpose," or "with a Dad purpose, done our or mere winwuncM, u--.trail tn iniura another."-and said that it could not mean less than "done? intentionally or by design." He ho nn;-ta.l nnr tha neceasitv of consid ering the interest attaching to the testimony of different witnensen, par ticularly to that of the respondent, who naturally has a personal interest in the outcome of the case. " 1 . -m T t ii T ! A cottage house, owned Dy Airs. u. Richard A. Hoar Badly In- E. CuBick of Franklin, jr. u., and occu- . . " t J Tiiod hv John Kidler and family, was jured at uampijast NigHt ). DURING SCUFFLE WITH COMPANION AVIATORS KILLED. Thia eveninir nromptly at 7 "o'clock tlie various team captains assigned to the business and residential districts will meet at 7 Keith avenue . for in structions. Every captain is urged to i. . minftimllv. and it there court this! are no ddays a J-lf-hour w, 1 .fflc. to groom mem iui mo j-" All day Thursday stimulating re freshments of Sfct coffee, douglmuts, etc , will be servedt Red Cross head- ouarters and some geveniy-u.-. v-..-M . r.f thpm exwrienoed veterans of local drives in the Worlo war, will have a place ior resj. refreshment while making their , re turns. '- j ,. , Commenting on tne muc,'. call, Secretary Hoover has wiseiy pointed out that "the resources' or the Red Cross musi De unuuonjr ihed through the roll call. It is im possible for the Red Cross -to -be de pendent upon a public appeal for spe ':. .t,;. Ki.pmimi when emereency and disaster face us we have no time to wait until funds can he raiseu. x c Red Cross is our every-day agency for responding to the call of calamity the moment ihe alarm is sounded, , In just the same way locally, the lo cal Red Cross chapter, largely through S a 1 . A I r 11 1 f the medium oi a qevuieu 't,v .-. . . . . i . . . . ii wlm will IttllllJlVUl. H V. . . 1 L v . , i ... i ., i. u ia oninty ahotlt Wlll me ""'"""i f V; 77- i its mission of local relief. Publicly its work is literally unsung, but those who have taken the time to examine the splendid results achieved in the year now closing feel that Barre will be derelict to its duty if there is an v failure to respond liberally. the public is asked to remember and understand that one-half of the annual or $1 membership can be used for the local work. A contributing membership, $5, however, yields 1.MI for the relief program in Rarre, and .. i i.:. : . .naiaininff una. if the memnerunip i ui.... . $10, the sum of $U.50 remains at borne. pied by John Kidler and family, was burned to the ground, a house owned v.. f:n,. iri.i.t ' nf f.rnniteville and MV VJlllUCi b I luiv. " - occupied,by Gus Pelkey was damaged, and four other houses, three of them the, property of Jones uros. w., r threatened last night by a fire which v-.i,. 5n Waliatarvilla and which UIUI1II UUfc ' ' w - caused considerable excitement because i f frnnhla hot WPP n those wllO attempt- l . - UdHo put out the fire and those who IS NOW at itV ' HOSPltsl didn't sympathize with---the i efforts. rNUW ,The -roocrty i08S was probably about REFUSE TO SELL SCHOOL HOUSE Barre "Citizens Vofed'To Retain Summer Street : ; ' Property i- a. WAS DESIRED R PAROCHIA S CHOOL and Name is On Danger List LOSS OF $6,000. in Sustained In Fire at New JIaven Early Morning. TifM.nU.r Nov. 14. Loss of $t!000 was caused "bv the destruction by fire - r .1.- 1 - .. yesterday, morning oi mo iwuw w cuupied by Burt Counter and family -i.at U known as the Di vineau on uk - - - . i place in New Haven, owned by Mrs. I ... . i V- I Mary llamel Levineau oi wrwinn, Y. The cause of the fire is unknown. The blaze was discovered at two o'clock. Phone messages aummoned neighbors and the chemical from thi village, but their servicea were i-vimnm to protecting the barns and outbuild ings. A few things were saved from the house, the lamuy ioai prinrar ly everything. The fire is thoujrh to haye originated in a room over the kitchen in which goods belonging to Mrs. Devineau were stored. , BEAT TJP HIS MOTHER. Bert B. William Sentenced for Tea Months. SHERIFF TRACTS VALEDICTORY. Thankt Jurora and Court for Courteey Accorded Him. - During an interval in county court at Montpelier to-day, Judge Fish, called, on Sheriff F. IL Tracy, saying a. v. .inrtur.tn.nl tha sheriff had anm . atatement to make. Sheriff Tracy, standing in the sheriff's box i- trim of tha iurv seats in the body - - J . ... of the house, thanked the jurora, ht-ni.;.!, ihnaa Tiresent. for their cour imlmant rlnrinir the iotltf term l .. uun .iv. i......- - n - - of years In which he had lieen court officer. They had maae nine fi i"i 4 k- nffWr.i h aaid. lie al-o thanked the court, through Judjre Fish, for the i,..nnt li had received at taeir hands, and spoke of the pleasant as t,. I, ml had with them. BU.IAblv.ua ' - ii. nniinnnl Jiulire John II. St- otiiof iuatica of the Vermont fV" 1 4 ... aupreme court, as the firat superior judge, under wnom n a ui v officer, and spoke of his service as court offii-er in supreme court as well. f.nr f hia former aconaintauces among the judges and attorneys were gone, he said. , I Judge Fixh responded for the bench Kkariff Tracv'a remarks in well bv I'"' ' ' " - - . chosen words, wishing him success in 1 ll ' 1 " r. anything he might undertake, and said iii.i ha thnnirht he eould sneak for the bar as well in commending his service s as court oflicer. PARRY CASE STARTED. Barre Man Charged with Manalaugh ter in Motor Fatality. Th rae of State vs. William W Parry of Barre. charged with man .l.urrkiop in mnnin b down with an .ml (nflirhnir fatal iniur auiAi.ii. '".' . - r ies on Keley Freeman, an aged resi- - . . . i 1 1 n i dent of Cabot, in tne summer i '-. .t.ria in Waahinirton county vina -- ----- - court to-day on the completion ol the cae of State vs. Folaont. The respondent was tried at the Septem ber terra in l2l, the jury disapreeing. Attorney ienral F. C Archibald and state's Attorney C. B. Adams are pro - fs-uting. aixl J. Warl laner ann l- OPPOSES EVIDENCE TO DETERMINE WO0DH0USE WEALTH Defense Insists That a Verdict, If Any, Must Be Based on Wealth of the Poorer of the Two Defendants. " Ritrlina-ton. Nov. 14.-A bombshell was thrown into tne pim-rcunif," ... it, a Wrwinhouse million dollar aliena inn .nit this morning ty juuB r-k.ri. it Darlinir. one of the attor tha ni.fene when he raised an'obiection to the introduction of fur rhr testimony seeking to asceriam it,. .alth of Lorenro E. Woodhouee i .4 kat if award were i.. .. .,i. it b1k.ii d be iruverned by IU W I" . " - - , .L . a.... 1 atanilinir of the leas me iiiiii.ii - ci - wealthy lof the two defendants, lie cited several supreme court decisions to eubatantiate his objection. Following this, Judge aiouuon ana .1.. -....,.. r,.r Knth aides were Clos- liiv avv""y . . .a .j i- tu. i.ulita't i'Vinmhrm for A. uifl rivu in - . m.t 4ha ruiinr r. imf is. So far in the case, it has been found that the wealth of Mrs. Mary Ken nedy Woodhcusc, the other of the two .t .. f .. . 1. .i . u ia in ii it. ri i mi ,in'ii, ....... liririiiiBiiii.. . - - . it is reported that Lorenzo a wealth runs into tne muuon-. Richard A Hoar, son jof Mrs. Mary Hoar and of the late Richard A. Hoar, is at the City hospital In Barre with a serious revolver bullet wound ana his uame is on the danger list the bullet havins lodged in front of the spine, after entering the left hip and. passing' through, the pelvic bones, ine shoot ing is ss id to -have been acci dental, dut to foojing between the young man and a hunting companion in a camp between Moretown ami Mid- llnaav lilt llil'ht. . X Tlie first report of the shooting had it that the wound was received while Mr. Hoar was trying to remove a car tridge which had jammed in the cham l.nr nf the weaoon. but a later report to-day revealed that the shooting came about during fooling. The young men were some distance away from any settlement and the wonnaeil man had to be carried to Hie farmhouse of Gilwon Cunningham last night, tee shooting having . taken place at 10 o'clook. After their arrival at the Cunning ham farm word was telephoned home and Dr. J. A. W'ark was summoned, together with A. W. Badger uo. s .minii.nf. The nhvsician and the ambulance arrived at the Cunningham farm at about mianigni, ana mo ,'itoiI man was ordered removed at once to the hospital in Barre. An examination ai vne u"iia vealed that the bullet,1) probably from a 32-caiiore weapon, eniticu of the left hip, took aa upward turn vie bones and became lodged near the apine. , An X-ray was taaen and the bullet was located, but aa yet no attempt has been made to remove -1 . . 1 j 41 4 4k. it. JJr. wars: staiea vo-ajf m wound was a serious one and that the outcome was uncertain. Mr. Hoar is about years oi age ..j .;.! u-ith hi mother on the Keith farm in Websterville, to which they removed from Jast street in xnis city. ... The young man had been in camp after- deer for several days,, having i .j ....Art tiuntinir mmnanions. The young man is mniKii unuii with firearms, uaving awu umu AERO SQUADRON Proposed to Be Added to the 1724 In I fantry. An effort is to be made to recruit and organise an aero squadron for the 17'2d infantry, to consist of Zl infers and DO enlisted men, It was staled to day by Col. E. W. Gibson, commander of the 1724 infantry. A meeting ot the board of governors of the Aero club of Vermont waa held last night ;n 4k. (1Kiiii vi chamber oi tne naie House, and at that time Governor li.-ino., roaiimrd as president and Frank H. Harris of Brattleboro A in hia lilillNi. Ull 1 IV.. ... 1 ... n 1 . George J. tlurns oi jjuningion wiw .lt.a riiv-nrvaiilent and J. ('. Jones of Itandoiith. Aiasnn i. iu-. jiuji. lin. H. T. Johnson and Col. K. . tJib .n ail. Ion in the board of Cover iant Hanrr Ktickney of Bellows ...... j - , Kails has Deeq sciitb in wuiain ir such a squadron and anyone who has seen air service should notify him. 41 RAA The fire, broke out at about 6:30 in the house occupied by" "Mr. Kidler, an . . . 1 4ka employe or jones nrog. vo., hw h' naiiua ia nnt. known. ' The house is lo cated near the Wells-Lam-on Co. en; ginehouse, and a dozen feet away irom Mr Palkev. The lire ikwi a cmubiiviv v ja . - bucket brigade got to work, and in re sponse to a can ior assistance uiin Heney.and one fireman of the Barre fire department .went to the scene in the . light chemical truck. The. Barre ii ., .,io,l tun "Ji-irallnn chemicals Jllllllt7ll wni v w and helped to direct the volunteer fire fighters, returning to mrre -wnen iuo ert B. Jones of Jones Bros Co. ar A hose line wae attached ' to the w.iiij Tamann niiinnino' atatiou and 1 T 1 1 1 n, .j.. .. X' J o water from the quarry bole was di rected on the rums oi me vun;iv i and the other threatened property. The .rnnyn annn animlcheil the flames. In the meantime, however,, bucket Rro Co. employes had been working. Jones Bros. Co. is nna of the firms operating on tne A nw.r'.i.n n T.llltl Ulil tllC COmi)lI)V'S VOl mtteer fire fighters were subjected to a great ieal of taunting and nameH-all-ing. Missiles also flew, and it is said t ....... mura anma nprannal encounters. c,.Hi. 41.. 4iii-miiiitntrii mnvi.iL nui 1.11 iwun ui ii"- ... I...- the threatened houses were damaged 1... ..i-. riii lia fira fitrhters nersist- 1 1 iia.. J ' . -" w --r , ed In their work and undoubtedly -. n(.f iloal inf nronertv. Mrs. Cusick, the owner of the build ing burned. i a widow residing in Kl,a Aurr.ail 3i.".flO iiiiUrarice. The Kidler family, recently arrived from Hanover, N. H., consisted of ill. nnrl lira K'Mli.r mil aix children. Some mm 1.1.0. . .,f h children were taken to the Cn hunkhoiise for the re :j. 4k niirht TIib Violet house limiuuri .11 ..un - ----- was charred on one side. Mr. lelkey, the occupant, was iormeriy a quanj- man but lately nas oeen em"cu, vf the Barre and Chelsea railroad. During the height of the fire several hundred people were on hand either to assist or to watch those who were working to put out the flames, two officers were present. Voters Favo? Mathew- son School ground ALEXANDER MILNE SIGNS WITH UNION South End Firm Sin Bill Identical a.i.With Haw and Gordon . Agreement The Alexander Milne Granite works, ........ in tha World war and having .. . ;,. fk. .nnth and of the . ' W i- ,r iro-J ,- - r " " r - . peen cuhhwiw wn.. fantry, since returning to Barre. 27 DEER TO DATE. Have Been Reported to State Fish and Came Department. Tha numW of deer reported yester day at the office of the state fish and - . - 1117 a. iak game commissioner wb "i ".... added to lt9 previously reported, gives a total of 276. The reports yester day were: Addison county 10; Ben nington county 9; Caledonia county 5 Chittenden 2; Essex 12; Lamoille 7; Orange 4; Orleans ss; nuimnu o-. Washington 5; Windham J vino.8or 9. . . , Reports have been received irom Windham county of the illegal killing ,.i .:- j,, ami a hnrk fawn and a nine-point buck and doe killed wnue damaging crops. The buck was shot by R. C. Allen for eating com in South v'.,... v. R. Jones f Putney re ports a 20-pound buck, actual weight; '. . . . . . . - ii inn ...4... Leon p. Uins, arasooro, 4..J", nu ll; Archie Knight, Jamaica, 255. actu al; Frank Thomas, ..o, aciuai; jiji Kin. . wiuwlnrL. 300. estimated; Car roll Sherburne, Wheelock, 273 actual; Roy II. Freeman, Granville, 300, act ual. city, and Barre branch, G. C. I. A., signed a working agreement last night identical with the Marr & Gordon bill, the agreement being signed by Alexan A., lilna fnr tha (wimnanv and John MtKernan for the granite cutters. It Is said that the company pians io irv operations under the new sgreement next Monday. The firm has quarry affiliations. GETS FIVE DAYS' PAROLE. to KILLED A DOE. $100 NATIVE OF BARRE. Berlin Ti.-attL.Hnm Nov. . 14 Because he beat his mother, Bert B. Williams of South eisne waa wuirm-r" , v, ut ing, son v. ' a--. J,lTa Frank Stowa in the municipal t Dais er defrixling. John W. Gor- ),. r.iordir to not le than i 4. annthcr attorney fop Mr. Parry er range, according w xneaei""" -" :. . " . , rt.. i.. nmninu h- uir Af ten months nor more than one .sr in ,th Davis and tarver. iarvatUa, owing to Mnt forage if tb.'th? houae of correct ion. at W.daor. The work of sel.-ct.ng a jury wa. .now. are deep, they are easy prey tot date's Attorney Harold E. Whitney ,Urt-4 tb,, forenoon. "." " '. ' ..ill v.t Wilhama had been drinking . for sometime B1 erwUy Vat his j -.,nT BUILDIX G COLLAPSED. mnthar. Mr. Mattie Ipirram. that heji"-it-' .1 1 . w.A .k..ka.l a ii.ur 111 vitfllaTlt-' 444" HT.1 mi . . . -. ' - . . 1 '1 . irai4afnrv animala. The possible winter range for ante lope in the park at preetit is about '. . i - . 1 . l i : . i. 3t ri", 4114114 .. ' - ' " I , . . .l- J - .IV .ul Mbr mimi inimi i IT mat lut a.i.n ai Tha summer range rovers about 100,000 ! state's attorney sai - 1 ah, ini acres- Mrs. Emma F. Benjamin of Died To-day. Vr. Km ma F. Benjamin of Berlin died to-day at the age of 75 years. Nh mnJiiira Aur. ibi.. in iarrr a d Km Benjamin hi Glover .ept. 22.' fifty v-r nm and haa since reaided at Ber lin. She is aurvived by her husband. rhari4a Bell cf Guilford Paid Fine for Offense. Charles Bell of Guilford was arrest ed Nov. 11 for shooting a doe without horn, according to a report to the'ih and game commissioner from County Warden E. II. Metealf. -He had the venin accreted in various places. On Nov. 13 be was brought into munici pal court at Brattleboro and fined 100 and cost, of $21.50, which he paid in part and Is to pay innuunrenu u . the remainder. His license was re voked. , CHESTER MASONIC HOME, INC. F. G. Howland Allowed to Come Barre to See Wife. Because of the serious illness of his n-if. ' Vranlr C. Tlnwland ia to be riven a parole of five days from the Vermont state priebn in order to come to his home in Barre. This action was an nounced at the executive office in XInntnaliar tlim nnnn bv Col. K. W Gibson, secreury of civil and military affairs, following a joint sesaion of the state board of control and the budget committee this forenoon. All the mem nf tlio Imarii nf control and budiret committee were present except Roland Stevens of the board of control. Mrs. Howland sustained a shock last . . t kar hntna nn French afreet. She was alone at the time but she had presence of mind enough to call a neighbor as she felt the malady coming over her. Dr. J. H. Woodruff was called as soon as possible. This morn i. 1.... iwimlirinn rcmirfpn aa 4IIK. 1 ' " 1 v .'... -. -- I .lightly improved, one arm and one eye being paralysed. WILLIAM B. STEVENSON, Barre Man Died Yesterday at Age of 72. William B. Stevenson passed away at the City hospital yesterday, death be ing due to a hemorrhage of the tomach. Mr. Stevenson was born in Scotland in 1850 and came to this city about year. ago. r ui me mi Kim jtop he had resided at S8 Brook street, and was taken from there to the hospital Filee Notice of Proposed Issue of 400 Uit jbert are no surviving Shares. J relatives. Funeral arrangements are The Chester Masonic Home, Inc., has , yet completed. .ui. tha a-rrtarT of state an af-! ! -iT noaeo i-au. of 400 rharee 1 FUNERAL OF G. r. v tflWHia. ,.,.. ,- . l.uahter of Nathaniel and Elisabeth anmmon tock at par value of 25 ith Dodge. She mairied lea A. r ,hre for caah. The -.- : i-- i i u.4 "I - atw i ; . . . . . . . located m vnev". i corporation is . Service at St Waa Held To-day Monica't Church. 1 . . . In. C-. r. Tn.r. haa I . a i-i IT T...... ... . i j ne ticK nt-in-i ..... - , . The iunerai oi ih-"ik m ' rl by her hus?nd. i , . . .fnH.Tit of the propoeed issue .... c, unu'i church thi. morn- one son. (linton r... brother, O. for p,Tonal property, comprising stork jn futx. Y. M. McKenna officiating. Idge of Orleans, ta-o .ieter, Mrs. J . .rrtr- fiitures, furnishings, aaaeats xhe bearer, were Tapley Venner. Al- X. Y. Whittemore of .MontpcKer sndi , aa rmrchascd of VV. H. vt v-nner. Joseph Venner, William X'ra F. K. Seaman of New York Oty. ;,,Jl f f ,wk..t.r l W. II. Camn- --.. rvHriV P.liaa and Rutherford . .... .i. . . . , - t ,irv I a . vi .w-v -- - - - - - 1 1 1 in ii. , - - The funeral will be held at the borne i , ,, . v, mnur. Im. of Rochester, and Vnntana. Burial waa made in the Barre citizens, in special meeting at the opera house last night, declined to sell the Summer street- achooliioune, which was wanted for a parochial school; authorized the purchase of va cant land opposite the Mathewson schoolhouse on Elm street for a play ground and voted to issue notes not to exceed $46,000 to pay for the balance of water bonds which came " due last year out of an issue of $60,000. Tim 4Yinafinrr waa extended bv leS than 12"i voters, among whom were many women. James aiacxay we.s num erator and James smart was swie- try- . . " ,. i. On the article to sejl tne numiuer street' sclioolliouse. School Commission- - er William T. Calder at once intro duced a resolution that the city council be authorized to sell the building on such terms and conditions as the city council and the school commissions s ; chiniM nfiem for the best intereiits of the city. James Browne seconded. - Stephen Kihsi wanted is.kiuw wn. it was proposed to sell the Bummer street schoolhouse. School Commis sioner John C. Booth declared that the school board had been told from tiino to time that the city had too many Bchools, that a proposal was on f ot to establish a parochial school in Burro which might take from 400 to 600 chil- -dren out of the public school system and that the 107 Summer street school children could be diverted ta the ot'ier school buildings. He said he under stood that Bishop Rice, of the diocese insisted on having a parochial school in Barre. Therefore, Mr. Booth thought it good business for th? city to eii the Summer street schoolhouse. , O. J. Dodge opposed selling tne sura J..... .trout ,.1,n,il nn the irround that the third ward ought to have a public- school building and thai tne cnimn n now attending that school could not be well sent elsewhere. On F. E. Langlcy's inquiry how many vacant rooms there are in tne ciiy whool buildings now, Sup. C H. White stated there are six vacum rooms. Looking ahead to the next article m iL. .,. fi Virri wante.l to 1 11 wnniiii. - - - . 1 a.kw kntr laniT for a nlavtrround opposite the Mathewson school; and School uommi8ioiier o. x. .n....... said there are approximately 000 pu- iils in the Matuewson bchuoi u .. n. i lu i- irrv.i nil but have been ll.ic ii" niije'v - , r-i using the unoccupied land across t,im street. The school commissioner uu heard the land was to be used for a public garage and, therefore, the com missioners thought that for the safety and good of the children the land ought to be acquired. Li n tha article in oue'tioil, iwiiimift " . the sale of the Summer street school, A. G. Fay stated he understood mux c. t f M..Kanna had not been per sonally in favor of establishing a par- . . t-..4 4k. 4 ll'.all.ill ocbial wliooi in uarrc uui mo. Rice had been firm in determination to institute a parochial school and that a parochial school was coming hho r Wa nnw liave six vacant rooms in our public schools; we pniii- ahly shall have nuecn vmnin if the parochial school comes," said Mr. Fav. He favored sale of the summer - i . .1 ii 1.4 4k. .kil.lr.iil street school ana inuugui. mt .. there could easily be aistnouten in me other buildings. ... i F. L. Page opposed ocnmumamin'ii ..1.1. anH fiiriiri.rl the public school. i ii-i.ii- i. ii-. ....... - , He didn't think that Bsrre was on the decline and he thought in ten year Barre would need all the school build ings it now has. He favored retaining tha school and having some vacant tnnmi if naarf be. Andrew Bjorn op- poed sale of the school." 117 XT Xf.acar .vtnrnil In knOW WI1V some of the children of the Mathewson school are not diverted to the Siiinmer street school, where they could have playground space. At this point F. E. Langley moved an amendment to the motion, to the ef fect that if the .Summer street school is .old the proceeds be set into a sink ing fund to retire school bonds coming due in 1P24. The amendment wa- ac cepted by Commissioner Caldcr. When .-i - ....4 4li. vn-a the mam motion wa (, -.tood 51 in favor of selling and i" against; and the motion was decbr.d lost. The Mathewson Playjround. af almaa nrnnnu 1 to buy the Fitla vacant land opposite the Msthewaon school. S. Hollister Jackson said a mis take had! been made in building the Mathewson school three stories high, that the ventilating system had never been entirely satisfactory, that me kiddies bad no ground on whicn to play, that thev had utilired the vacant land opposite but that tK -bigger bv. drove the v5unger boys off. that inert. i.i ii.nir in tha atreet to the was mi ------- .. , 475 children in the building. Therefore, he moved that the city councu oe ,n- atrueted to buy the v.'s i" TI""' Tlmraday afternoon at 2 o'clock. WANTS MODIFICATION. T. M. B. Answered. The epitaph cn a flivver you innire' gentlemen bnt ws written, we tismk, ry If.m tpher loi!ey. It rut.: Frtcre 1 inti f:tml T.uit, B, turn Tr.cr'p. A Favorable Osportunity. Well, boy." said the effat.U-ioM I d cue a rnod deal to l i.hle to j"in jour sport." "All rsirht. sir. rfiMwa ttie yiranr tr. "If we knock th- tIl anmliv window yell let WASSERMAN BROS. FAIL. . J . j t t -a dlrectiv',TU Top Floor of 5-etory Bafldint Went!Bo,rd o( Supervisioa of Saa Fr.noece i,i William went! Throoik to Cellar. I AppeaU to CoBtrss. out into his yard and frd a bi.llet in-j York. Nov. 11. Buckling aMcr to tha bouse of a neighbor. M cverbiirdea of tori ot produce, the Wiliiams s .rret-ted at hi borne . . . fva-atory pimnmni by Sheriff Frank L. Weiln-np and ',',.. k,y;n, in WaihimHoa atrwt cr.V,ap-l t4vdsy. crahin thrih .11 f-r. .tW , Th, aynio,-.. ar.-- wt'nm r.f th. S York to. k 4 1 1 - .V. -. . . . .... .4 44-1 li-puty Slrf-riff Fre-1 Cr-y of this pUi-e." At f,rt be did sho-j any intention to mwipinf th offffc t Hr.nl.lw.ni Imt La i-ii in."-i! Y..m ri rd ti r-w;?1! af'cr IVfuity 4-;? t rr.-y . ;'-l h.n 11m iff ' 1 th fillir srwt tm.T ard thrw San Frm 11-0, Nov. 14. The board of .uprmsioa cf Sea Irancwcn has drrectc4 it. pudicisry committee to pre . are a aiemorial to send t'onri. 41 ahk mc ir tnxl.fi catKn of tfTe Vol.ad it Tha nwnsoTial w.U n- cram Lil V'nmpiuir. Ibc of Rocheeter, and Vnutson. Burial waa made for caah. The pemonal property la t,tn,jj4. cemetery. divided as merchandise, $4,000; fixture. and furnishings, ftKl; ana can, t--w. BODY TO NO. AJI DOVER, MASS. And One Member of Firm Committed Saicide, j iwnri m . ' J V.w-York. Nov 14. Failure of the ! at her late tome a West street, Pv. - ' .... .... i 1 1- .1 . . 1 tj th. Pnncrra. atork lirokersge firm t iiu-thm r. u u-" --., a.auiaskatr1 tShrfllT T 1 niiiinil FHUnU. (m it. Funeral of Mra. Charlotte H. Roberts Held Monday Aftemoon, fk. f.,narat f Vm Charlotte II Rolierts was held yeterdsy afternoon 4.n Gf-i la'rr. rears i-L ..if t s'k Jr the ine anl l"r. Rmthers. wa. hwiu w.' aa.i-,.. - - ,r"'" ' . -.w .4i. l-..-k.a h. aarrtrra the liodv WS " Xnr "'- "I, .. ,.. .Vara m . aav . aa ah I f IA Ann (a PM I ' 1 . itia-o., " ' .ch.ng-. - - 1 ,n ..ll b h.-M th.. aft rrm!-r l 1 ne nrm. nrairo.uru "-- la-t aighu -eraooa. ... 11 . . . ii.ii,.wain ai-iiin 11 . .lir .ii 1 ii. " -.. S. D. Allen wanted to know if the chool commissioner bed a reasonable prk offered them: and CommisMoncr Msrrion reported they had hst they called a reasonable price. J- T. t -1-laghan seconded the motion to buy. Stephen Riszi wanted to know why the eity didn't send some cf the children to the Summer street school; also wanted to know if the city wa. froing to hu . policeman to w.tch the youngsters when they play. F. L. Page favon-l the plavground purchase. R. S.' CurTier didn't s-e how thy could put iKX) children onto the racait land in question; the land is not suit able for a playground; if you look at . . vnn a4vi it ia tilted 110 at 1.11 i'i.'i - a slurp ngle; he favored buyia? Le I - 1 Vntiiiucd on e-gV-th Taj! I i 4 f jfnr it." Bostoa TrsissTit. fcitn ..:T D e itran.:.