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SUFFERING ARMENIANS Distinguished Names on Lenten Sacrifice Appeal. Major General Leonard Wood, ü. S. Array, is head of a nation-wide com mittee making an appeal for a lenten sacrifice, offering for the relief of the starving Christian populations of the Near East, In behalf of the Near East Relief, 1 Madison avenue, New York City. Among those who Join General Wood In asking support of the work of the Near East Relief are : Andrew W. Mel lon, of Pittsburgh, secretary of the treasury ; ex-Presldent William H. Taft ; Frank A. Munsey ; W. W. Atterbury of the Pennsylvania Railroad ; Presi dent John Grier Hlbben, of Prince ton University ; Dr. Alexis Car rel, of the Rockefeller Institute; Mrs. Carrie Champman Catt, the suffrage leader; Mrs. Corinne Roosevelt Robin son, sister of the late President Roose velt ; Newcomb Carlton, president of th£ Western Union Telegraph Com pany; John C. Shaffer, owner of the Chicago Post and other newspapers; Dr. Henry van Dyke ; Miss H. F. FI. Ried ; Miss Elisabeth Marbury ; Samuel Gompers and Warren S. Stone, labor leaders; John G. MUburn and Moorfleld Storey, of the American Bar Association ; Mary Garden ; David Belasco; Mrs. Medlil McCormick; Mrs. Thomas G. Winter, president of the General Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. George Mayqard Minor, head of the D. A. R. ; Miss Anna A. Gordon, head of the W. C. T. U. ; Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, of the League of Women Voters; Mrs. Philip North Moore, president of the National Coun cil of Women ; Miss Alice Stone Black well ; Mrs. George Horace Lorlmer, of Philadelphia ; Mrs. Mary Roberts Rine hart, the well known novelist ; Rupert Hughes and Emerson Hough, authors; Senator Reed Smoot, of Utah; Gover nor John M. Parker, of Louisiana ; Dr. Frank M. McMurry, of Teachers' Col lege, New York City; William C. Bobbs, of Indianapolis ; J. Thomson Willing, the artist ; Mrs. Cleveland H. Dodge; Mrs. Henry Morgenthnu ; Mrs. Edwin M. Bulkley; Bishop-elect Wil liam T. Manning, of New York ; Mrs. Stanley White«; Mrs. William Nash Read, of Montgomery, Ala. ; Arthur Brisbane; John S. Drum, San Francis co; John McParlund, Labor leuder Texas Rich In Peanuts. Texas produces $'Jb,000,0<>0 worth of peanuts a year. - iR., eurnl yuHicl ! as 1« ;! Direct the Spotlight of Publicity On Your Store •% IN OTHER WORDS TELL THE PEOPLE t i WHAT YOU ARE DOING' You cannot expect people to come and ask you your business—especially when so many other firms are an xious for their trade and tell them so. To help our advertisers to present their merchan dise to the people of this community in an attractive and convincing way we have placed at their command the en tire resources of the Bonnet-Brown Sales Service, an or ganizaion that produces the best in Adverising Copy and Illustrations. We would be glad of an opportunity to show yon how this Service can be fitted to your needs. MONTPELIER EXAMINER \ The Newest Near East Geography s® BLACK SKA p.:.r \ 1 [û L û [/"'S A A r\ . **J£Z%r* Portion o/ Armen* amt rolled by Soviets. iiiiiiiÆÀrtesr /• *■ m • I 3 I 1 * 9 $ 9 t I r V A V If I a a « » I a ■fi T-a-. L * TTHE accompanying map alms to show the extent of the opérations of Near * East Relief and also by contrast how comparatively limited Is the Ar 'menlan area In the Near East controlled by the Bolshevlkl. Wherever In the Near East there are destitute Armenians, Syrians, Greeks, Jews, Assyrians, or others, needy and oppressed, regardless of race or creed, there Near Elast Relief follows. From Constantinople to Bagdad, from Port Said to Baku, even Into Persia, the protecting arms of Near East Relief have reached until today its work Is far more extensive outside the country of Armenia than within. THIS BOOKKEEPER LOST OUT Might Have Known That Request for Raise In Salary Would Not Give Boss Satisfaction. A labor leader was defending strikes. "How could men get better pay without striking for It?" he said to a New York reporter. "By asking for It, do you think? "I once knew a young bookkeeper who went to his boss nnd asked for a dollar raise. The boss flew Into a terrible passion. " 'But,' faltered the bookkeeper, •there Is nothing unreasonable, sir, In my request. Don't you remember promising me a raise after I'd been with you a year?' "'Yes,' hissed the boss, 'but don't you remember that t made- this raise conditional on your giving me every satisfaction ?' "'Ob. dear! Haven't I satisfied you. sir?' said the young bookkeeper, piti fully. "Satisfied me?' ye.'led the boss, 'do you think you are satisfying me when you ask me for a raise?' " Order yoiir fine printing at this office. Our work satisfies. IN BLACK AND WHITE 1- ., « / ' Sports clothes appear to be practic ing a certain reticence Id the matter of color and for this reason have taken on additional dignity. For skirts noth ing Is more In demand thnn black and white in bold checks and stripes and these are worn with black coats and sweater-coats In black, often bright ened by white trimming. Our STOCK REDUCING is still in progress. We still have many rare bargains, among which we list here only a few. Look over these prices They are Real Pre-War Sale Prices $1.95 Mens $4.50 to $6 Hats now Mens 1.75 to 2.50 Work shirts Boys Spring Hats Mens Dress Shoes $7.50, $10 now 4.75 1.10 .75 9 m □ □ CHIC REDINGOTE DRESS I ft«*# '-v S*" . . v ' A The redingote and the sash—both features In the spring styles, find themselves In favor with the dignified and graceful frock for afternoon, which la shown shove. It has an ac cordion-platted nnderslip of satin and an overdress In redingote style, which may be either satin or wool. Tr«a et ths New York Tenements. The tree of the New York tenements Is the allantua, palmflke In Its youth, brongbt originally from China for the gardens of the rich. It grows In dis couraging surroundings. Is defiant of smoke, does not even ssk to he plant ed; for, Topsyllke. It "Jest grows." Cut It down, and It comes up again. It Is said to have no Insect enem'es An odd point In Its appearance Is that every branch pointa up.—R. and E. Shackletoo In Century Magazine lodlM. Iodine, the moot Important by product of the nitrate Industry. is ex tracted from the liquor which remains j after the nitrate ha« been precipitated. ! Although some sodium fodate la con | mined la practically all caliche. Iodine j la produced by only a portion of the nitrate companies, and the onipuf of these companies Is carefully regulated by a producers' trust, to order that the limited market may oot be over stocked. No Change In Fish Hook Design. Fish hooks have born made on ex actly Um same design for 3/100 yean. PHKHHYTKKIAN CHUIUTI li Mot her»' Day. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. "A King and his Mother." Evening worship at 8 p. m. "Chris tianity und Woman, vitallon to the women of the com munity. A speical In MORTIMER M. STOCKER Minister. Conclusion. Another reason why It would be tro pmctlcsble for n man to carry a fur muff Is beenuae he would soon ruin It hy wiping hla mouth on It.—Arkansaw Thomas Cat. ftEMEMBER to ask your grocer for Cal umet Baking Powder and be sure that you get it—the In d ian head on t he orange labeL Then forget about bake day failures. For you will never have any. Calumet always produces the sweet est arid most palatable fbodau And now remember, you always use less than at most other brands because it pos greater leavening strength. » Now Remem ber Always Use t ▲ UllVIl A There is no waste. If a recipe calls far one egg—two cups of flour—half « cop of milk — that's all you use. You never have to retake. —4 cobs M at s i" . . t «mur» dients at have been approved by U. &. Food Is the product «I dm I Author ities wTfNrti fTKNrt Baking Foor 3 ■alt, milk- Thao»» Factories ht Found can of Calumet con tame full idoa. k*mie l3 of instead of UoscanTketun yog get a pounfwh cn you want it. v HOTEL A K Kl VALU ( Itargoyno) Mrs. A. M. Hill, Guy Hill, Pegram; Mrs. Arthur Roberts Afton; Trass Ol son, Cokevllle. Paul Jouas and wife Nounan; John Ming, Nounsn; P. W. Olson and family, Cokevllle; Mr. Snail and wife. Bode Springs; 8. T. Plhhard, Lava Hot Springe; H. Tool son and wife. Border, Wyo; Wn, De li In and wife, Kemmerer, (Montpellier) J. V. Miller, Pocatello; L. A. Ar den, Pocatelll; lieber Nelson, K< merer; H. J. Barton, Boise; P. B. Shlff, Cokevllle; C. F. Carlson, Mont pelier; Mrs. 11. F. Rust and family. Lava Hot Springs; Jennie Crawford. Plney.