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i yyOL.XXVI. No.222. V BAItllE, VERMONT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1922. PRICE, TWO CENTS. NEW IRISH STATE WILL COME INTO EXIS TENCE WITHOUT POMP TONIGHT "TIGER" CALLS ON HARDING NEW CITY MAKES BOW.. Gardner, Mas., Holding First Munici pal Election, i Boston, Pec. 5. A now city made ita formaj appearance to-day when Gard ner held its fii'nt municipal election. Tlure are now 39 cities in Massachu setts of which 20 (selected their city CITY HALL HAD TO BE PAID MILK INSPECTION ORDINANCE ADOPTED After Being Considered By City Coun cil and Board of ; Health, "BUTCHERY OF CHARACTER" )Pull Administration of the I Country Has Already i Been Turned Over to the i Provisional Government So There Will Be No Special Ceremonies ANGLO-IRISH ( TREATY COMES , TO END THEN First Meeting of the Bail Eireann, Or Irish Parlia ment, Has Been Set For Wednesday Afternoon ' Meanwhile the Dail Will Select the Senate The An' Nttiorrow, w) j Intent will London, Pec. 6 (By the Associated Press). Without pomp or ceremony, the Irish free state will come into be ing after midnight to-night. , By a special order in council the ' full" administration of the country al ready has been handed over to the provisional government" .Therefore, . when the const itfition comes into ex istence to-morrow there will be no ceremony of any kind to mark the fulfillment of the treaty made be tween the British and Irish govern ments. I The An"li-Iiih treaty expires to- nien the provisional govern ceaee to function and Tli rfree state government will officially tak,. charge. The first meeting of the Pail Kireann as the lower home of the Oireachtas, or Irish parliament, has been fixed for 5 o clock Wednesday afternoon. Meanwhile the Pail wiil ait privately to choose thirty members of the seanad eireann, or senate. The choice will be made from about 150 candidates and the selection will be announced to-morrow. The Daily Mail's correspondent says that the appointees of William Cos grove, president of the Pail, include the weil known writers, William But ler Yeats and George Russell, ilso the earl of Dunraven, the earl of Wick low, Lord Glenavy better known as Sir James Campbell, the former Irish lord chancellor and possibly JLord De cies, the husband of vivuaji Gould. LIBERALS MAY JOIN. In Opposing to the Government of i Great Britain. London, Pec. 5. (Bv the Associated Press), The House of Commons early, to-day passed a resolution authorizing amendment of the trade facilities a. to renew it ior one year ana to in crease to 50,000,000 pounds the maxi mum guarantees provided - by . . the measure. , s ' 1 More than twenty Georgian libera voted against the government,! wmle 35 abstained from "Voting. Had the latter also opposed the measure, the government's majority would have been only 27. The action of the House last nigh!;, in rejecting an amendment to the ad dres in reply to the speech from the throne, demanding repeal of the sate guarding of industries act, is featured by the opposition newspapers as an indication o what night happen if or when the Georgian and Asuithian liberals joined forces. The amendment was offered by Sir John Simon, liberal It was defeated by a vote of 209 to 20". It is expected that two liberal wings will unite to-day to support the Geor gian amendment to the address calling for an inquiry into the condition oi British agriculture. . , WOMAN CONVICT ESCAPED JAIL Clara Phillips Sentenced; To Ten Years for Ham- mer Murder ... ...v..v.u v J . , . .1 T 1! . !!. IV- i Looked Hale and Jaunty lrn'ZRl t0?' xtif!v.In" 0rder To Put Through , SSZmImA uit meet- Is Way Dorrit Woodhouse's .. ........, . .. , , , .,.. f . Dec. 2.' lt is an off year on Cambridge As He Walked Into White House and Komerville, which have biennial elections. The other cities electing to-day are Brockton, Ciicopee, Fall River, Fitch burg, Gloucester,, Haverhill, Holyokc, Leominister, Marllxiro, New Bedford, WAS PRESENTED TTTnnnn rn Newbtiryport, Northampton, Peabody, - BY JUbbbKAiNU Pittsficld, Quincy, Kaleui, Springfield, Sale To the, City of Boston To-morrow the Premier Will Visit-For mer Pres. Wilson Washington, P. C, Pec. 5. Oeorges Clemenceau paid his respects to-day to President Harding. STEEL SAWS BROKE Arriving at the White House .three WAY TO FREEDOM ered immediately into tfie executive '.' . j offices, ' where the .president greeted Taunton and Westfteld. In Brockton mid Marlhom It in the Former la8 annuaT election, the biennial plan going into effect, next year. I he mayor s term of office holds oyer for another vear in Chicopee, Leominster, New buryport, Salem and Taunton,, but. new city governments will " be chosen to-day. The Shoe Workers Protective union, with a large membership in Haverhill FROM "ODEN HAGODEL DOWN? WAS BELIEF Lawyer Condemned Le gal Opponents After Which She Dropped , To Roof of Adjoining Building "SCARE 'EM STIFF; THEN GRAB LIQUOR" New Method of Conducting Raid Tried Out Successfully "in San, Francisco. San Francisco, Pec. 5. San Fran cisco's federal prohibition agents have adopted a new slogan: fetre em stiff, then grab the liquor," it was an- Los Angeles, Pec. 6. Clara Phillipi climbed out of a window in the worn en's section of the county jail and es eaped to-lay. She was tinder a sen tence of ten years to life imprison ment after conviction of the hammer murder of Alberta Meadows. She was held in the jail pending formulation of an appeal With the aid of several steel saws, her escape was effected at 2 a. m., ac cording to a report to the sheriff by the jaiir. Belief was expressed that she had been aided by other inmates Bars were sawed through and after crawling out of the window she AN HISTORIC MEETING. Between First President of Irish Free y State and First Governor-generaL Hollyhead, Wales, Pec. 6. (By the Associated l'ress), An historic meet ing occurred here last evening. It was rietween the first president of the Irish trret Mate and its nrst governor general. William Cosgrave, president of the Jail r.ireann, accompanied by Richard y Mulcahy, minister of defense, crossed from Dublin to meet Timothy Healy on his return trom London where he had been in connection with his appoint ment to, the governor generaltrfiip, l os grave warmly congratulated Mr Healy and all returned to Publin to ' gether this mornng. i'resment cosgrave declared in an interview that the situation in Ireland was well in hand and that he had high hopes U'iat the troubles of the Irish people were at an end. lie said i union of the north and south could no' long be' delayed inasmuch as the line dividing the two sections was un doubtedly popular amoDg all classes in Ireland. He said the execution of Krskine tjhildcrs had been reif-ived with calmnes and fortitude. Aa an evi dence of the rapid improvement of condton in Ireland President Cosgrave said that the past year had shown a '. large increase in exports as compared with tail. - AWAIT ROYAL SANCTION. Of the Legislation Looking to Forma tion of Irish State. London. Pec. 5, (By the Associated rressl, The House v Commons to day agreed to the amendments to the Irish constitutional provision lull, adopted by tiie House of Lords. This, following upon the Lords' approval of YVhe const itutrnn yesterday, complete ; the Irish legislation, wmcn only awaits toe rorai aanruon. HEALY FIRST HEAD. Official Announcement of Hia Appoiat fneat Made. London, Pec. 6 (By the Anooristed Pre). Official announcement was made thin afternoon of the appoint ment of Timothy Hesly a ftrt gov ernor general of the Irih f rre state. FOURTH FIRE VICTIM. hip which looks cupicious. The total number of craft in the drr fleet is a mrstery. At prohibition en- rcement headquarter officials de- lined to make public it strength. P. a NOMINATIONS. la th Colby College Dormitory De-1 fraction. Waterrille, Me, IVc. B. With the iiwvtry late yeterlT that the fimt body had twen wrongly identified, it became known that four t'clby col Vfg, student lost their lives in the fir whMi in the early morning hour l J 1 . v. u . f ... . i . . Z rJvL' VI.' I i i i i i Include Name of Xavier A. Deliale ef CYA Alpha frt-rnitv. I Lawell, Maaa. The body, at firt u;ipnd to t Wiobirgton, P. C, Iec. 5. The fol- tbst cf Urrr I.-l'., rrje rf ITevere. !. ing nominations for potmater SUs, t(i riM tejiB h: rnl r.er, made to-day by J resident Hard a a srw-i. tii.i-r.t. V i.t-rt fi djiow: later a !!.-t cf X-rman rrl; U srd- Jhn I". Arnold, Auita. Me., and writ, m --ih:-niore f Nejxrt, ile. .mr A. IM:fle, Lcwfll, Mass. nounced here to-day. Under plans made Jr?PPed to.. of an adjoining br Y. L. Harvell, assistant to the mmuru uuu mc le ub.c chief agent, agents raiding a place sua- disappeared. nected of keeoinff or sellins liquor. The escape was not discovered by will, on entering, utter auch blood Jal authorities for several hours. The curdlin veils that nroprietora and em- matron, in making rounds, saw the pkiyes will be so frightened that they will forget to dump into the sink any linv'ir they may have. '.Va agents are practicing yella which they believe will serve to fright en the violators. The scheme was time in a raid last Saturday night and with success. ! bed in Mrs. Phillips' cell vacant. The matron then discovered the sawed and twisted bars and notified the jailer. The former chorus girl, who three I weeks ago was found guilty of what ' prosecuting officials declared to be one tried for the first I f most brutal murders they have NEGOTIATIONS BROKEN OFF. had to try, effected her liberty with a suddenness equal to that which the hammer slaying was revealed last July. ' It is believed she escaped in an ' automobile. BTJRCH UNDER OBSERVATION. Big Shoe Workera with the Haverhill Association. Haverhill, Mass., Pec. 5. While the Shoe Workers' Protective union was contending for control of the city gov ernment at the municipal election to day, it was announced that the union had broken off all negotiations for a new .wage and working agreement with the Haverhill Shoe Manufactur ers' , association. Frederick XV. Mans field of Boston," counsel for the union, said that disclosures in litigation at Boston yesterday that, the association was paying the exbenses of counsel who were assisting Ktiipe Brother, tion suit against the union, made ldlen, , . 0 After Being Freed in the Kennedy Murder Case. Los Angeles, Pee. 5. Madalynna C. pbenchain, tried twice for the alleged murder of J. Belton Kennedy, her for mer sweetheart, and Arthur C Burch, who underwent trial on the same charge three times, to-day were legal ly free or. the accusation, but Hurch was in the psychopathic ward of the viii n V inunii a I ' ura if ttic hearing. He was taken there last night from the county jail after the dismissing of nd Mrs. iwaititig an insanity For a time, it waa said, Mrs. Oben- chain would be a rruest at the resi dence of one of the jail matrons. She declined to discuss her 'plans for the future. and futile any furtaer negotiations at this time. . The .present peace pact expires the last day of the .year. The new one was to have begun Jan. 1, and it was understood to be well advanced to agreement. Approximately 18,000 shoe workers employed iu 100 iwtoT-COURT SUSTAINS les making women s and men a shoes are involved. The disturbance in the Knipe Broth ers plant began several weefcs ago when about IU0 of its employes, for merly members of the Boot and Khoe Workers' union, joined the Snoe Work ers protective union and then went on strike, ui enforce recognition of the latter organization. FRANCES DIRKHEAD i Her Action Against Gov. Russell of Mississippi. Lee A. Oxford, Miss., Pec. 6.- Judge E. K, Holmes overruled the demurrer of Governor Lee A. Russell, asking that The plant was picketed by the strik- the petition of Misa Frances Birkhead be dismissed on the basis of no grounds for action when court convened this morning. Judge Holmes, after announcing that the demurrer of Governor RussU had been overruled, ordered that the ers and the company brought suit against the Protective union to pre vent it from interfering with its frusi nets. Mansfield said that at a hear ing in superior court in llfiston, Kher man IL Marshall, one of the trustees him. . ,. The "Tiger" of France, looking hale and. jaunty and wearing his "tub" high Lat for the second time since hia arrival in America, was accompa- Testified Member of Con gregation Beth Israel in Synagogue Deal ment re in Vogue Boston, Pec. 5.Tlie Congregation Beth Israel wa told through a com shoe factories, where labor disputes I mittee that everyone at city hall "from have been in progress for a long time J the Oden-Hagiylcl down" had to be paid opening entered the municipal cam- in order to accomplish the sale ot the paign in that city, supporting Mayor society's synagogue to the city for a Parkman B. Flandcra for re-election playground site, it wag testified before over Pr. XV. P. McFee. I the finance commisMion to-day. Isaac New Bedford has three candidates Holler, president of the congregation for roayof, John F. Hatch, jr., and Ed-1 was named by Harritt Poorvu, one of ward ' R. Hathaway opposing Mayor! the nine trustees appointed by the Con Walter II. Bremington. Another three- gregation to complete the sale, as the cornered contest in in rittstield, where informant, A previous witness had tes the candidates are Charles W. fowcr, I titled to the same effect, using the term Republican, Patrick J. Moore, Pemo-1 "big chief" in place of the term "Qdcn nied bv Jules Jusserand, the French crat and Albert V. KeinhaTdt, indepen- J Hagodel, which counsel for the com ambassador, who presented him to the jent. mission developed to-day waa a literal the second Congregational church In I The finance commission, which is in South Peabody is a candidate fori veetigating the ue of $10,600 appropri mayor of Peabody, where Mayor Wil-lated by the congregation to effect the ham A. Miea seeks re-election lor a sale, bar already established that fi, third term. 1 000 went to former State Senator John J. Gartland, but has failed tojlate to connect any' of the money with mem bers of the city council, whctf counsel president. Late to-morrow the war-time pre mier will call on former - President WiLon, with whom ha sat in the coun ca of the big five at Versailles. HARDING DELAYS REPORT TO CONGRESS Press of Public Business Is Said to Have Presented Preparation of Message. W ashmgtan, P. O, Dec 5. I'reai dent Harding broke a precedent to-day by permitting the second day of'the new 6eion of Congress to pass witn out delivering hia annual message re porting on the atate of the union and outlining the administration a mendations for legislation. It was said at the White House that no date had leen fiaed for the presi dent's appearance before Congress, but that he expected to be able to com plete his message to deliver if before the end of the week, Officials added no formal explana tion for the delay but indicated that pressure , of public business had pre vented compliance with the usual cus tom under which previous presidential messages have bren placed in the hands of Congress on the first or second day of the aesaion BUTLER NOMINATION PRESENTED AGAIN President Harding Sends in Name of Minnesota Man for Su . - preme Bench. Washington, P, C, Doc 5. The nom ination of Pierce Butler of Minnesota to be an associate juxtice of the sii' prcme court, whicfi failed of confirma tion at the special session of Con greas, waa returned to the Senate to day by lYesident Harding. APPOINTMENT MADE. . r Kingman -Brewster of Springfield, Mass- Vice N. T. Johnson. Wahington, P. C, Pec. 5. X. Tf Johnson of Hartley, Ky., chairman of the committee on appcaU and review the internal revenue bureau, has resigned, effective Pec 15. He"will be uecceued, it waa said to-day at the treasury, by Kingsman jjrewster ot Springfield, Ma., now attached to the office of solicitor of internal revenue. DEMAND FOli LABOR LESS, in oi me naverniii oe aianuiacrurers - MJW go to triai on iu nierit8 to-niorro association testified that he and. four mrnT other trustees, whom he named, had morning. 1 he demurrer 'contended that the offered the use of their legal counsel charges set forth in the declaration to the Knipe Brothers in pressing the iniuncTfoR suit. The trustees did this without consulting the membership of the manufacturers association, , al thorigh the latter is paying the ex pensea of the counsel, Marshall testi ficd, according to Mansneld. DRY" FLEET SETS OUT TO HALT RUM SHIPS were insufficient in law to constitute cause for action. Governor Russell sat with his coun sel at yesterday's proceedings. Miss Birkhead did not attend the opening session. AMATEUR RADIO PEOPLE TO FIGHT Great Fleet of Rumninnexa Reported AiMt Thtj Declare to Be In to Be Headed for New York fringement on Their Privilege With Chriatmaa Liquor. , i the Air Highway. Xew Vork, Pec 5 (By the Associated . Hartford, Com, ,Ic 5.-The Amer- Presa)-The Americaii dry navy to. "can naaio ieg,ie preparea io-arry day put out to check, a great fleet of 7" ,nv vlnK h r.ghts of am- rinmxnm rhU- .-r4 t. V aieur irmiisumung siauone lo me York and other ix.intu l.,n7 fh. L'nited State supreme court. Ken ern seaboard with Christmas liquor. retn W' TT'trT. ,0' tn pinf..r with ,, i v...:i. league, said last night noon his return pressed into service, the regular fleet fpnra. Dw'P',t. Ulinoie, where an action I..... 1 impaIvIiiiI ff li A nnnimal haa Kaaa a4va lias taken to the oceen to lay for near-l y" 8 ' Lunn in hm torinr i.n fr ik. t. the lllmoi case is in the form of an . ' I I-,! ; . a . a : r l hamas with 60,000 to lUO.OilO cases of ('"J"""1"" iwrgnwn, iotior, or to be lying off shore. Ordera rmai lefrlM superinienaeni. irora in urc liren burned to investimit ..r, wnerence through his imiUur ta tion with concert prorrams which are being broadcasted. The Radio league, which has it na tional headquarters here, will prosecute the ease which comes before the living ton county court Jan. 2. Kdward . Wiilmms, who seeks a ntrainine or der, is aaid to maintain that Bergman, even under a federal permit, may not interfere with commercial broadcasting stations. Oka, Que. Pec. 5. The Sub-Aim church, seminary and priet" rWuic? ere destroyed l.v fire earnl to-d.iv. 1 lf great mmtery of the Trsrpi.t th According to Statiatica 'Compiled Massachusetts. Boston, Pec. 5. The state public em ployment office announced to-day that activities for .November showed a falling off from the previous month but a substantial gain over the corre ponding month of last year. During the month there were, 20 er cent fewer calU from employers than in October, 13 per cent fewer positions filled and seven per cent fewer persons applica for employment. As compared with Xovember, 1921, there was an increase of 46 per o ut in employers' calls, an incrrate of 36 per cent in positions filled and a decrease of 24 per cent in applicants for employ ment. The demand for unskilled labor de creased somewhat, with a larger sup ply of applicants than at any time in the last six months. There was a slight decrease in the demand for skilled tradesmen. The supply of boys for er rands, offices and factories did not equal the demand. The p'neral demand for women workers decreased conniderably. T lie re are still, however, about three employ er for every applicant for hnue work. - SCHOOL BUS IN CRASH. ' FIRST REAL BREATH OF WINTER Montana the Hardest Hit But Cold Wave It on the Way East' Ifl TtFJ f)WtoT the commission has declared, prof l' " I 1 , ,L. 1 t 1 .t.i..V the matter was finally parsed. Two members of the council have al ready appeared aa witnesses and it waa announced to-day that every "member would be callesl before the were finished. The name of Frank Brennan, former Chicago, Pec 5. Winter to-day made ita first determined onslaught off street commissioner and previous sec the season, spreading"" trail of lero retary to Mayor Jamea M. Curley, was temperatures through the northwest introduced by JWu to-day as that and plains states and cau&iR decided dropa in temperature aa far south as Texas and Tennessee. Helena, Mont., with a temperature of IS degrees below iero, waa the cold est place in the country. Hub-jsero tem peratures were recorded throughout Montana, orth Dakota and parts of Minnesota. The southern Rocky mountain states of a inaa named to him bv Heller as prospective recipient of $1,000 of the money set aside by the congregation to complete the deal. Mrs. M. A. Mahon, an attorney, was to get $1,200 to $1,400, Heller told him, he said. W. Waldo Jones and Charles Solo mon, witnesses who testified in behalf of President Pavid J. Brlckley of the city council, to account for sums that appeared on hia . bank account about were warned by forecasters to prepare J til0 time the congregation'a appropria te dropa in temperature of from IS jthn waa being disbursed, were recalled 10 in aegrecs aurimeu or ngnv nurncs i to-dav. of snow. I Throughout the upper Mississippi M0YNIHAN LEADS MIDDLEBURT. vallev states the breath of winter was manifest in a .biting wind -that, aentjyightiBg Ceater-freaa Helyeker Chosen me mercury scurryiiur uownwmru. AVeather forecasts ludicated. the wave would spread into the lower lake re-1 Middlebury, Pec 5. Cornelius O. gion and the Atlantic and east Gulf Moynihan of Helyoke, Mass., hat been states, with the exception of Florida elected to serve as captain of next peninsula by to-night or Wednesday. year'a football varsity at MWdlebury college. Aiovmnan nas piayea a star STORM COMING EAST. I game at center for three seasons, hav ing been chosen all-Vermont center by inK. two members of the board of health met with the council last eve ning to hear the second reading of the new city ordinance relating to milk li censes and provisions for an 'inspector, year. The ordinance, which holds for "WHIPPING POST the ma ior nart to the laws ot the state I regarding the matter'of milk sales and AND BAF th OF TAR" inspection, was accepted and on the motion of Alderman Ossola it was adopted a read. ' Would P Recommended The regulations attached to the ordi-j U U CUJllllieilUU nance relating to license fees, fines fori Kv Anct ' That Pnnieh. violation of the ordinance and powers , lnat niSn- of the board of health and city council in the matter of regulating the future sanitary condition of Barre's milk were ' aiso approved. Burling- c. 5 Warren B, Aus- The question tf the city water being t.. t t, .. . : used without charge by the Xebion attorney Dorr-OVoodhouse in Lumber company was again brought the , miI1in dollar alienation case before the council following an 'inves- against Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Woodliouse tigation by the water aupenntendent began his closing argument in county from lust what .miint th mill wu 4.et.. rUrt morn'"g g were t ing ita water. Pating back to 1915, in-1 condemnation of what he ; termed, formation secured shows that no "butchery of character." which had charges or payments have been made j been indulged in an effort to build up for water used from the city mams by a aetense. "lour only recourse in such the company in question which is tin-ja case is in your verdict, gentlemen," der the coutrol of the McAllister A, he .aaid in addressing the jury. "The Kent agency. , . j whipping post and the barrel of tar In regard to the B. F. Fineld claim are not allowed in Vermont or I would to the right of free water the matter I recommend them." Mr. Austin stated waa looked into and it was discovered that such methods as had been used by that through his giving a rieht of way I the defense' ought not to be allowed Mr. Fifield."his heirs and assiirna were! even in a court of justice. granted by the city a quit claim deed, I Mr- Austin said that the entire struc-' giving them the free use of water forlture of the defense had been built up their house and stock through the city j on sands of falsehood and could not mains without charge, rio agreement I siana. with the company under discussion I The Woodhouses have contradicted could be discovered, however, and the each other, then cor.tradlAd them- council voted to let the water sunerln- selves and then contradicted everybody tendent and city attorney take action lle an euort to Duna up a suitable on the matter ot the amount due the unon, ne ueciareei. i ao noi citv. I marne the lawyers on the other side. - i .... . .- .. . ... Arrests have been very few- during I -tney nave done the best they could the past month according to a report I w,,s mey.nao is -no.' tie ae- submitted bv the chief of police, there pwred the wrecking of Lillian McClel- being only seven. Four of the number lan reputation after she had done so were for intoxication and one each for mu(h tor the Woodhouses. He alludefl larceny, careless and negligent opera- to e efforts of the parents to make a tion of a motor car and the selling of cpegui. oi meir sun in an euon to intoxicants. I get out from under and finally spoke Two reDortu from iha huilHinir in. I n scathing terms of that Vrt of tho spector were read and ordered granted, 'ense s program which consisted of the first was the request for a permit ir" UOWH l" cnaracier oi iajitii. by the Granite Savings bank for the u oodhouse against whom "the Wood- remotlelling of a store front at 14 Elm nouses say they haven't a thing." street on' the Fowler property and the . 11 tmt watery of iawyers dunnff second Mas a reouest from Twi f.M. 1 "is Ave weeks" trial Could have placed gett to remove a henhouse from Pat- their flnr on one gin8le ftct wnicl emnn t.t tn . !.; nrorr,;... .t an wouia maicaie mat mere was a rnena West Patterann trf ' ' V fecliiig between Dorrit and Mr. and The following warrants were read Z V ooonouse tney would have and ordere.1 riH. TTamM w I aone so,- aeciared Mr. Austin, "bu mirchase of land nn th v,r f irimlF preferred to cast their own son and Franklin street. $000: James F. I . damnation. If they had been pleased Wimrin r.,iri,0 ,.t r- I with the marriage as they have pro street, $700; Granite Savings Bank and fT?d'.rou'dn'J-they h? l"' f)or T.t ... ennnnnint to the houS party at East Hamp- note-Tor-water bonds, $28.75; :city Disturbance of Considerable Intensity the atate sports writers each year, and Coming Rapidly. mentioned " r . renter bv New Vork, Pee. 5. A disturbance oflth- Harvard irame considerable intensity over Ontarw I has been in everv irame this sea- clerk's payroll, $88.07 j street depart ment, payroll, $312.08; engineer'a de partment, payroll, $2(5.80; water de partment, payroll, $88.50; fire depart- ,'nient. payroll. $104.85: police depart- i - . . i ment, payroll, $85.85; U. Ur Booth, $20; L. E. Richardson, Orange town clerk, for services on records, $2. P. M. Gilbertson, salary as wife in spector for November, $10.05; Vermont ton V asked the attorney.- "They would . have invited her to their home and not waited for a formal introduction by their prostrate son." Mr. . Austin called attention to a number of contradictions in the evi dence of L. E. Woodliouse. He had tes tified when he first took the stand that he did not know Dorrit. He had never seen her to know her until be eaw het in the court room. Yet it is known moving rapidly eastward, caused th gon and m nearly every game his for weai.wr oureau 10 nay m iiwue iwdi mfP waJ,on. Jn 1921 hi warnings for the ew' England coast jia tne i)artmoui is a likely alt-New" England l'7l topTeMWT Trf MW that U did knoW her' tlmt Dr" the Koston writer, after fi1 Lll $If?'CI7j1 Sparhawk introduced them and that . . V, . ', . , ... I thev met in the Long Branch hospital. town building, $2; board of chanties . .... i:,j 1V. I..; and probation, mothers' aid, $32; R. E. .u. -ji.... i.l: ti... jAvcry, sen-n-es as city physician for V, H 1,nn.tl,r,i Thir ,ti eon. north of Boston and from New York to Delaware breakwater. a wturlw and breaking" Robertson the line. His injuries kept him out for a short time and later in Uie sea son he suffered from a mastoid abscess which barred bim from the game with Prior to Going Into Conference With Vermont for the atate championship. loyninan vine m, biwtvumjuusvt rwajw SOFT COAL BARONS PREPARE PROGRAM d w mm in uicu Tk. w. m sen. : a c' : n t i Lh game after playing lnYT l1'Br::itj;"!l ot malice. Their testi- indrame for three periods ()00 nt- fnr ' t;l ' 'I mony on the stand consisted of a flat thronuh and tacklini? . x. . ' :.,' I denial of everything, interspersed with mrougn una vaiKiin overseer of poor. November reouisition. I , i . . r , ail-American back, behind - o,v. r n.,m UDen" "P8" OI memcvy. Miners Over Wage Scale Effec tive ia April Chicago, Pec. 5. Union bituminous coal operators of the United States, : gathered here to decide on some meth od for negotiating a wage scale with I fighting center and well deserves the the soft coal minera next April, to-1 honor of leading the eleven. He is from the hospital where he was under going treatment and appeared en the field . to witness the game. Movmhan lacks the weight usually requisite for the pivot position but has gained the enviable reputation as Out of 2t fhildrea Aboard Only Three Werfe Hurt. day went Into their second session, their last separate meeting before go ing into joint conference with the miners. hen - to-day a session was called no plan or method had been agreed upon for presentation in the joint conference opening to-morrow. On the outcome of the joint confer ence sk-pends to a great extent the pos a member of the Chi Psi fraternity. WORLD GRANITE CO Has Been Incorporated with $73,000 N Capital Stock. The World Granite company. Inc., 1923. which will have its principal office in sibility of another nation-wide bitu- Barre Town, filed articles of assoeia- minous coal strike beginning in April, tion with, the secretary of state yes- teraay. i ue company is incorjwraiea at $75.0tH) in 500 shares of common stock and 250 shares of preferred, all at a par value of $10fl per share. The incorporators are all of Kat Barre with tie exception of CJ. Z. Casavant of Grariiteville. The other signers of the articles are A. M. . LaRorhelle, A. penses as city attorney, $100.93: Thomas Venner, services as alderman, $43.10. PROGRESSIVE BLOC "Long Lost Memory" for Douglas. Attorney Darling, for the defense, said he was in a position to prove that the affections of young Woodhouse were alienated long before the parents of the young man learned their son WINS FIRST VICTORY i"'in "erioua Ucntion to ""'t otcvens. mirrn Decame a long loss By Getting Favorable Report on Res olution In Senate to Secure Di rect Election of President. Washington, P. C, IVc 5. Members of the new progressive bloc in Con gress won their first legislative vic tory to-day by obtaining from the Sen ate agriculture committee a favorable report on a resolution to amend the constitution to provide for direct elec tion of the president and vice-presi dent. a memory" for Douglas, he said, follow ing her letter of July 6, 1918, in hich she told him of her condition. "We are approaching the reason whv Douglas dropped Dorrit," the attorney went on. "Around the first of July she found she was facing motherhood. Douglas was getting ready to go over seas, but Dorrit, unmindful of him be gan to holler at once. (She couldn't face it. Marriage was to Douglas the bett wav out." "I'm not apologizing forPouglas, I'm not commending him," Attorney Par ling declared, "but I say that his affec- Tk. .m.nnon 1 J V presidential inauguration day from tMS"JCOi'?K J JT March 4 to the third Monday in Jan- r.ars ..the P1'"' ett"J MONKEY LANDED IN LAP. Woman Screamed, Hunter, Fired Mon key Fell Dead. Babvlon. N. Y.. Dec. 5. As Mrs. Samuel Powell, wi(e f the local post- J- Boulerice. E. J- DesileU, Auguste master, drove along Ule road near her CJ. Ilesilets, Eugene Bisson and AJlvert home Ute yesterday, . something F. Bisson. dropped Into her lap. J The company reserves rights to bny t-he screamed and a small monkey 1 and sell rough and manulacturea gran jumped out of the buggy and fled in-lite: to quarry and manufacture graa to the woods. A pasating hunter shot lite of all kinds and for all purposes: it. I to buy, sell and manufacture lumber Long Island folks who saw the mon-lof all kinds; to develop and manufae- ev said it was not nearly so larjre aslture power for the e f the corpora the baboon which has frightened the! tion; and to buy, hold anf sell real estate incidental to the purposes of the corporation. iMi ry and'mcmbera of the Senate and House would begin their terms of office the first Mondsy in January after the biennial elections. tngres would meet in regular session annually on the first Monday in January, 6185 VEHICLES PARKED. Bos community for several weeks. REJECTS $2,577,653. BURLINGTON GETS DATE. , Aa Offer for New Brunswick Power Co. at St John, N. B. St. John, N. B, Dec The New RnifiawH k Power ramnanv. controlling Ilineliam, Mass- Pec 5. Twenty- .v. wiru. lipht and twim'er. atrpt r.r eight school 'children were endangered and ttrrx-rt here, has rpjertcd tiielvinion in the dates and place of state to-day when a touring car crashed n,uninsl offer of f2.577.ft.'S for its total conference conventions to be into a motor bus in which th, young-' Dlant and equipment. Ms cor Fibber an- eld aext vear. The chances lu sters were being taken to the South ; nounced to-dav. This figure was sctirlude: Boston, Julv 17. changed to For Stat Postal Confereac Ia Place f Rutland. Washington. P. CL, Pec 5. The poet office department to-day announced re. schooL Three of the children and Hen ry C. SballK driver of the bus, were slightly injured. ANCIENT TOWN HALL BURNED. j by the snpreme court as the value of the company a property la 1!20. BLAME DEER HUNTERS. Building in Norfolk, Matt., Wat Erect ed in 179L Norfolk, M-. lec . Fire de stroyed the town ball early to-day. The building, built in 1?!M. was smfd a rhurx-h until IsTO. Valuable rwi.rd wer 'cttrnt -4 hv the fir. the rne f f B)diik, neartt, was not touched. was t Known. The at i,'. l.i nt For Destruction tj Fire of Historic House Ia Ltctfield, N. H. Litchfield. N. H, IVc 8. Peer hunt er are believed to have started a fire which, esrly today d! roved the liitrie Cyrus boti-c, a id to h hcea the 6rt frame tuildmsr in tn n. Aurut 14; Portsmouth. J. 11, Angust 3, changed to August 11; Rutland, Vt , August 10, changed to Burlington, Vt., same date. During One Hour Inspection In toa'a Business Districts. Boston, Pec 5. The Boston chamber of commerce, ia an effort to determine the facta aa to congestion of traffic in the city before trying to reach a con elusion aa to the best remedy, has completed, a survey of vehicles parked ia the business district. Excluding the the market district where conditions ate abnormal, the survey showed 6.1iC motor and horse drawn vehicles parked in the district during a one-hour in snection. More than 70 per cent of the vehicles were pleasure cars. Only ahout 12 per cent of the total number were in open air private parking spaces and authorized public parking spaces. FOUR CARS DERAILED. Ceatral Vermont Pemoaa Grange. The annual meeting of Central Ver mont Tonrrwia grans will be held with M;rrnr Lake , grange Thunwlav, Pec, 7, fT the purpe cf electing ofWr to rr for two years. A literary and mnial pmrram w:ll b given a time Tie hrne bad not I orvit f .r !io-. rhi wwlmi is lfot tmr- j Pevdne hd tri'. anil was the r.tvrtv f Unij tint a.l it i Knt thst !! iVi rs Tr r. (or I-t While Beag Switched Ia Hew Havea Yard at Tauatoa. Taunton. Miv, Pec. 5. Tbe dcrsil meat of four freight cars while tbey were" being switched In the Tremnat street freight yard cf the New York, New Havrn and Hartford railroad, dis turbed r"cn,T train ecrrice on", of this city for several hours to-day. Twe of the rars sleifed acros the track ami tore np the rails ft some ditsrv, f.ferkir,g all traffic. The .2n train f-r to be andned- ere rrt tv war tt read by Attorney I"hrling for the pur pose of showing wherein she had failed in her duty to her soldier sweetheart, while he waa working for hia commis- Mr. Darling declared that it waa evi dent that following the first of July, 1918, Douglas wss trying to avoid mar riage. Although it bad been the plan that they should be married at once aa soon as he got his furlough and his commission finally came through, he did not go to her when that time ar rived but telegraphed her not to try tc wire bim and that he wymld explain later. Then he went to spend bis fur lough with his parents at Kat Hamp ton and all this waa before his parents knew of Pouglaa' intentions to marry IXorrit Stevens, the attorney pointed out. The attention of the jury was called to the testimony regarding the vinit of Dorrit and her aunt to the Merchant' bank ia September, 19S,during which fhe aunt is said to bave remarked that "(hey bave nailed that poor girl to the croes. We are going to .ew lorK. Douglas Woidhoufte will cither marry or settle." , "The plaintiff and her aunt were aft- " er Ilougla. They went to New York but was about 20 days after they ar rived there before tbey were able to g t Donglas to wab his hands and stand opon both feet' for the wedding. J he wedding waa nnaiiy nroiurhi about, the attorney explained, becau-s Douglas had jnt received. his commis- sha ia the United States army and b reaitsd when a er.ii missioned oSvct confronted with a situation such a that wbica I lorn t Stevens presented tc him it was accessary to take csrc cf it or ta- hars wbWh be ksl jut esmcd w rrti 1 1 aaie to come off. So h tn k t i mint ar mt mmi O. Put asm. B.ske an effort i t t-e l-rcecat. Mnl lkWro cnul the track was cleared, marrwj IX.rr.t.