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THE UAKHK DA1I7Y T1MKS, NAIUIE, (VT., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1015.
6' ' ' J ' , , ft yLw"' 1 )-r :ciD :.- - -r :.,H ' . 1 . V M . I A ' i CAR AGE j j I yjl " , ! X' rt i1 I III ' F - ; 1L S ' -. T ' . If GARAGE OF PERRY AUTO CO. M here Socony Motor Gasoline Is Sold in Barre us f Aw .Vlf..T".V I 1 F-r p s MONTPELIER BUnchord Real Estate Co. Clalmi Own ership of Sidewalk and Sues City. Two niembora of the teaching faculty of the publio ichoole have tendered thi-ir reeifirnatione MiB8 tllcn McWndy, tencn er in the hpooiw) grad", who ha aiwptod a Himilur poHition in HurliDyton, and Mine JIrIh-I Hoke, teacher of music, who will give up teaching. The Blnmluird Real Kftttta company owners ot tnn lilancimru uiock, nave brouiflit a chancery nuit agrtinxt the city of Jlontnclicr to prevent the city en forcing an ordinance prohibiting the driving of'tcama onto the s.idewalk in front of the block. Tim company claim the walk is wholly on their property and that, since it is alinoHt necessary that coal be put into the. basement of the block from the front side and since the walk belongs to them and not to the city, they have the right . for any nd all teams they see nt to drive onto the walk. Recently a coal team was ordered from the wafV by a police offi cer and the suit followed. It is probable that the matter will be thoroughly sift ed out once for all, and before a decis ion is reached a rcsurvey of Main and State street in the business section will have to be taken. In the Gitchell case, in which .ludt'e Harvey handed down a decision that the city ordinance relating to buildincr operations was null and void the city council has given tlie city atlor ney authority to appeal to supreme court. "TIZ". PUTS JOY. IN SORE, ACHING FEET Use Tir for Tired, Tender, Swollen, Sweaty, Calloused Feet and Corns It'a Grand 1 HpptI Hwrl Um'TIZ" WORCESTER The bodv of dames Wilson of East Cal is. a former resident of this town, was brought here for burial last week Friday 'he bodv of Marshall ISailey ot Haver ill, Mass., also an old-time resident of Worcester, was buried here Saturday. Mrs. Omer Wheelock was in town with her daughter. Mrs. (ieorge Hathaway nd at Pr. Turner s a few days last week Mrs. James Wilson has come to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Her mon Cross. Mrs. Cane gave a very interesting re port Sunday of the Sunday school con cntion at Middlesex. Mrs. K. A. I Won is not as well. Mrs. Veinott of Lewiston, Me., is tilt guest of her mother, Mrs. Colman Tow ers. Mr. Gumlaw has returned to Barre here he works "in the granite sheds. BERLIN. GARAGE OF DROWN MOTOR CAR CO. Where Noconv Motor liaooline I Sold in Barre GRANITE VI LLE Frank Miller and his daughter, Mrs. Hattie 1'oole, were visitors in town 'yes terday. Yvonne Bilailoau in employed in Mrs. John l'yan's 14-e cream parlors for the ummer. Allan Smith has moved Ihh household good into the so-called Huntington hone, formerly occupied by t.eotge Hogge. Kathleen I'toui neaii, a iiure Fanny Allen hospital, is home for a short stiiy. 7 NORTH MONTPELIER At the time of her retirement from the stage to liecnme the wife of August Bel mont. Kleanor Hobson was America's best-loved comedienne. Her "Mary Ann" will live forever in the memory of all ho were fortunate enough to see it. See the .Nellie Cill Flayers in "Merely Marv Ann Monday nignt, the 24th. Miss of thelljill will sing. Adv. Mirror. Lake grange will bold an en ttrtainment and social in the Berlin Cor ner town ball Tuesday evening, May 25. A musical and literary program, followed by the farce, "Parsley Endives Court ship,' will be given uy the grange dra matic club. Ice cream and cake will bf served during the evening, all for the sum of 25 cents. Everyone come, old and young, and laugh your troubles away for one evening. Don t miss seeing Far ley Endive propose to Ariminte Rhubarb. WILLIAMSTOWN. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Northrop of Baptist street have received an invitation to the commencement exercises of St. I-awrenee university, Canton, N. V., which begin June !l, at which tune their son Lewis S.. will Graduate in the science course, having taken a four-year course in the univemitv. George Welch, anoth er Vermont young man, is president of the senior class and also a graduate. WHAT MAKES CYLINDER CARBON? LAMS ON & HUBBARD STRAW HATS tSuperor to Viemaff BThc t at m H rranK 4icnoncr 1 NOW IS THE TIME to have that TELEPHONE Installed! VERMONT TEL. & TEL. CO. ! It's a Wise Motorist Who Watches What Goes Into His Engine. Much of the carbon trouble of which motorists complain is caused by the use of inferior fuels. This is the conclusion to which auto mobile repair men are everywhere com ing. Thev find that cylinder carbon is frequently caused by the use of gasolene which, while showing a satisfactory irravitv. ia not homeceneous. In other words, it is not all alike. It is a mix ture, usually, of a light gasolene with a much heavier fuel. Such a combination often is responsi ble for trouble in starting, and almost invarisbly results later in carboniwd yliinicis, due to the incomplete com bustion of unsuitable find. Large buvers ran guard against this dancer bv making their gasolene meet certain uperitlcationa which ran be de termined by tet. T.iit the individual motorist, roiwviallv if he is buying Ins gisolcne along the highway, naturally a limit do this. Fr him. safety lies in initing upon i standard product of recognised, uniform ;uality, such as Norony motor gasolene. SiN-onv motor eawdene is otnainaoi ev- rryliere. and the uniform quality which U maintained tor it is toe motonsi "TIZ" makes sore, burning, tired feet fairly dance with delight. Away go the aches and pains, the , corns, callouses, blisters, bunions and chilblains. 'TIZ" draws out the acids and poisons that puff upi.the feet. No matter how hard you work, how long you dance, how far you walk, or how long you remain on your feet, "TIZ" brings restful foojt comfort. "TIZ" is magical, grand, won derful for tired, aching, swollen, smart ing feet. Ah! how comfortable, how happy you feel. Your feet just tingle for joy; shoes never hurt or seem tight. Get'a'25-cent box of "TIZ" now from any druggist or department store. End foot torture forever wear smaller shoes keep your feet fresh,, sweet and happy. Just think! a whole year's foot comfort for only 2. cents. Advt. SEC. GARRISON NOT FOR DISARMAMENT BETHEL Foster S. Dana, Aeed 71, Died at Han over, N. H, Hospital, Foster S. Oaiia. aged 71 years, died 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in the hos pital at Hanover, X. II., where he was taken for treatment a few davs earlier His disease was diagnosed as tuberculosis of the throat, with one lung somewhat affected. Mr. Dana was born in Waits field, one of the nine children of the late Samuel and Calista (Porter) I)ana, and when a mere voiith enlisted in Co. H third Vermont regiment, Serving three vears. He was oi.e of the tast departing members of Daniel Lillie post, O. A. R.. several having died within the last few yiars. Of his brothers and sisters there remain huwin nana ot Middlesex, N. . Dana of Favston, recently assistant judge of Washington county court; W. E. Dana of Warren and Mrs. Sarah J. Hines of Barre. Three daughters survive him. 'lsra. wife of 8. O. Sonierville of Nor wich; Mabel, wife of F. D. Hurdigan of Montpelier, and Nettie, wife of J. (', Mo- riartv of Bethel, with "whom he had made; is home for many vears. Another slighter, Edna, died at the age of Ifi. here are seven grandchildren. The re mains came this afternoon on the north bound mail train, the funeral was held immediately at the Moriartv home and he burial will occur to-morrow in Waits- eld. A daughter was born yesterday morn ing to Mr. and Mrs. Palmero Rossi. P.ev. George M. Davis, who has been canvassing in Bennington eouiitv, came recently to move his family to Benning ton, where he has rented a house. Thev ill go next Monday. The little daughter, Helen, aged IS months, of Robert Lincoln, liorn here but now living at Red Beach. Me.. wa operated on for a tumor at a hospital in St. Stephen. V. R., four weeks ago, and now quite well. The left kidnev was removed, an unusual operation for a child. (ieorge Swinver came from the Ran- olph sanatorium Wednesday night and ent vesterdsr ov automobile with his son, A. O. Swinyer. to Huntington to stay a while. His wife is reported to be doing well at the sanatorium. United States Secretary of War Believes That American People Should Look the Issue Squarely in the ' Face, Mohonk Luke, N. V May 21. Before a distinguished gathering of workers for international peace, Lindley M. Jarrison secretary of war, delivered an address here yesterday advocating immediate and fearless consideration of tho problem of national defense. The occasion was the 21st annual meeting of the Lake Mohonk Conference on International Arbitration "I can and do entirely sympathize with every sane and sensible movement which tends to abolisl conflict and to insure peace," said Secretary Garrison; "but I am utterly out oi sympathy with the idea that we should n gleet or postpone consideration of what is now the exist ng condition, because of a hope or a be lief or even conviction that it may be al tered, even radically altered in the fu ture." Such a great epochal event as the es tablishment of an international tribunal or the limitation of armament, Mr. Garri son said, could only be brought about "by those who are strong, courageous, selt respecting and righteous; by those who look facts fearlessly in tho face and act accordingly; by those whose conduct is guided by reason and judgment.' If we are a nation possessing these characteris tics, he declared, "then we will fearlessly and courageously take up the present problem which it is our duty to deter mine, and will determine it properly and be prepared in the proper way and with the proier spirit for what may come hereafter." MARSHFIELD guarantee of aatisfactory fuel. Adv. NEW ENGLAND SICK GET BACK HEALTH Victims of Dijestire Disorders Tell of Wonderful Effect of Remedy Msnv New Fngland tmch tirTrer anil, ia tact. lwi.le all over the I nitl State, have f.wind rmarkal4e reult I from the uw of Mayr a W onderfol Fern led v. ilunlmU ia this fte aVne kave taken t.. retne!v and tell t-da f the H Uiwfts they rfeit4. Its -fl1 mm H ; ijh klr bi flrt ! mins M kmg treat nwnt. H-re is what t h H J tul'H it Ml : g) tRV F.. J"HN"N. il WlHiwre tl.rw-t. Hartfnrd, !-, m: "My H pains Mt fne the iwt day nftT tam tbe treatment. It emi!y dTful fjl MPS. tlAFK M1AW. SOI IVttfr djttrM., fy !. R. I, r: "I re 5 n.Ml mtr t'-mi m-H and t my The band will appear In the new uni forms at the promenade Saturday even ing, May 22, in Pythian hall. Come and see them. No extra charge. Mr. and Mrs. Hsrvev Sulham are the happv iarenti of a daughter born Tues dav, May I. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Burnham, who have been spending a few dais with their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Burnham, have gone to Middlenev. where Mr. Burnham has a position as clerk. Mrs. S. A. Swrrdfcger. Mrs. A. F.. T-am berton and dauirhter. Fthel. Mrs. I). S. Hall. Mrs. V. R. liilnn, Mrs. I. M. Car pentcr. Mrs. r.. t . ritfcin. .Mrs. .1. n. rue Mrs. Herbert Fmerv. Mr. J. W. Mears Mrs. K H. I'nwin and B. ! Cameron at tenied the ditrit merting of the Pjta ian Sister at Montpelier Wednesday. A. P. Boutwcll ia quite ill with pneu monia. .1. W. Mears lias rwntly purthaW a new automobile. ProfeMr Hooper gave a very intervt ing and intrutne kiture Wcdneodat evening on the wotk of the weather ll raa department of the l'nneritr of Vermont at Burlington. rof,or Hoim er came under the eupi"e of Alberta grange, which has been instrumental in souring neveial rood speakers mvnttv Mr. HenrT Martin of F.seet Junction is visiting at . IL Smith's. The members of the hand ih to thsak A. IL Jameson for 1 he hors-shn. me IkihI I h,h be o kindly rendyed tliem. I. C. II. Cbsi-in attended Mat rntifrrenee of t one rf atintiat ti1 ! tt Barre Ttwedsy anit We4nes.lay. Miss Mary lwin!l. l bas Im orkmg at Iterhrrt Xeis"'s ill Caht, re trnr boms Sunday. I am I Hie nm t I fcae W" . - ! HEADQUARTERS FOR "Paint Up and Clean Up" Materials 46 Main Street (Over Drown's Dai Store) A. V. BECKLEY la ( li'e. I f it trtv esr j Mnt' tV4Tiil Tlie4r ge P' mft rwnlfa f"f s"ma'-, I 'T and ,'-t mil adnxt. lat as sirk anl !lwi-irr va I.V. V aw ttr ' s'tT rtl ni(. yrn f fs ' .ns'-tt aM mm4 the ts-t h4t w .t T'wt rtrnf T " i, s alwiift (Tisrsrte-ff at-?S''-v. at?nt Prince ALBERTli I mm Ml Js r"' j We Will Claim Then? 111-t tin. IW-J for at tl Banns fmi fiflif for ths- e-k sowing Mar 20 rre: slm-lt. i'. ?4snernt. Mr. Mona hy Hn. Alhertn i slmsK P. W. I trn ir ot ftarre hit ft; I red f'-rU, rare f I vtv hrHt-l: Franri Frws. ,, I'm. far! i',. Mr. and Vr. Nmnni iTstt. Mom rs. ItiS t 'Wiri. Mrs iMsrs, Mis. I;"h-rt Ra Tsa Made Tear Wi3 l tn mTtfi 'nrntr ( Tars and Fr. . )W s-stwrnsl lam T f"-T tn.-tJ.stM at re-tffIH. )M. Imrmmr tHtm-4 t fnske tVir i."s. St'"-"-" a- ihA f f s-w W-os f thr fi.fV-1 m m ' tT tr liijfM t" -i sm ft t'f r tis t"jr t V ?t :r or4 ts The secretary of war "made no dire reference to the present European con flict. He said that he purposely refrained from discussing tlw defense policy w-hic should be adopted and the details whir must be carried out to make that poln effective. He urgeii his audience not to shrink from consideration of tho problem and not to permit themselves to be d verted bv "terms of opprnbtum. Xl.il taritiin." he said, "is used as a term of reproach to divert proper consideration of what must be considered if the sub jitt is to be considered at all. Militar ism, m the sense of having the military force interfere in the slightest with the conduct of our government bv our au thorities. is not conceivable in this conn try. Militarism in the sense of the ab solute necessity of proper military pre ant ions and militarv preparations, is the very siibi'.-t matter for considers tion; it is the imperative question for decision; and it needs stout hearts and sound minds to decide it. We are surelv not so much deluded as to believe that we can reach bv intuition what others can onlv acquire bv training and evperi ence. e are surely not so sacrilegious or irreverent as to belie e that Prov dence has unjustly discriminated in our favor and against other people of the world. Secretary Carrisou laid down as his "first anil indisputable premise" that self-preservation is the first law of a na tion. The second premise was that "i nation to deserve preservation must be sane, just, righteous, self -respecting aix eoiirsifeous." Since these virtues, he said, were obtained onlv bv conflict thev could lie retained only by being prepared to defend them from inevitable assault He took issue with the belief that if a nation takes military prevail tion it in vitea what it seek to prevent or repel. "Thev. however, who deprecate the tak ing of these precaution and the making of tliese preparation, be went on, urge stilt further opposition somewhat akin to that just disposed of. Thev sav: 'If you are strong enough to light, you are more likelv to fight' or. stated in the negative, 'If your nation is not prepared for war, your nation will he les likely to lie involved in war. "To lie perfectly frank, I cannot per reive the slightest basis in reason or fact for sueii a contention, ticwing it souiv from the negative side, without now ad verting to the affirmative side, which this position absolutely neglects. "Whcrealwnits in the realm of spirit ual or physical life lo those who urge this contention find any basis for its soundness? IVi the things which we rsll evil refrain from assaulting the weak, the flabby anil the feeble! In the physi cal sphere, where and when has feeble ness and weakness acted as a shield and a Inn kb-r? here in the bistorv of na tion do we find the strong staying it .n.. Bay State Liquid Paint covers one-fourth more surface and lau years longer than ordinary paint. It's the only paint' you want on your house, isn't it? A Bay State Liquid Paint is only one feature of the Bay State Line. For your every need there's a Bay State Paint. Bay State Varnishes and Enamels an of th mm Kith gratia at Bay Stat LiaaiJ Paint. Thay arm flaw Engtand-madm, of only para ingradiant. Whanamar yoa rmqairm thma finish , atk your dalr forth Bay Statabrand. Writ) for Frtsi BaokUt WADSWORTH, EOWLAND ft CO., lac. Lmrmatt faint and Varnish Maktrs and only Corrodsrs of Load in Nmf England. Boston, Mais. ""sim mimio " A. V. BECKLEY 46 Main St., Barre, Vt. DISTRIBUTOR FOR BAY STATE PAINTS WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD EAT a rmairiAv advice "IMwstMMi and trsx-tiran all f stnmsrh tmnhl sr. nine Utnm ut af Aw t aridtts : thmfmv. stamsra u srviaM, shMimr siwihls mnoi sstina font Inst is art I fu nstvr. or .Thick tr rkmc irl srtMia I (lie sbwnarh Arroim art4itt rrfnrtBsllr. urti a ruir rlimlnaUa innat fmb whhk Brr t Ifssril U IV test a wvll a Mm srhlrti anp rirk in Horf. rWll aaS fwrv-tniil4r pmpmim. 7i ts tk essi im hp 4rstrlvs sn4 .insark suSVrsn sr. smtlf thm. mriai4 mn4 tarlina ia tliat vttal onr r , hs-s r ml, rmn fma wU-fHl nxxtr. lor Ihr hrtMt Ikw saf f.'n wtw tisw lisi s M to nrlw4s fma IMr t all slssr. swwi or fsnr tnd. sr. te,ria to k T op a missi sKU ntst. tivtra pmortm. I nl4 omwom tmt fm ohmi4 tY . 4 , fm4 hsnd because of the feebleness of its ri val? The pages of history literally abound with instances to the contrary. "If the onlv reason that we should not prepare such strength as may be necessary to protect ourselves is because of a fear that we mav be tempted to misuse it and may in faiH misuse it, it were better to run that risk than the risk of feebleness and weakness against the strength of others which is just as likely, on this theory, of being misused against us. Our geographical position undoubted v minimizes the. danger of invasion of our continental possessions. Our lack of aggressive intention and our righteous in tentions minimize the sources and causes of war; our isolation has not as a fact, assured our freedom from conflict; and other nations relatively as isolated have been involved in war; and no sound rea son can be adduced which would justify sane man in concluding that isolation alone spells safety. Furthermore, our solution i geographical onlv. No nation dwells unto Itselt alone. Mo'lern condi tions have caused the interests of na ions to lie as co-related as those of fain lies who have intermarried. The inter ests of manv of the large nation to-day re inetricablv interwoven with those of some or all of the others. , "Nor ran sure reliance be placed upon our lack of aggressive intent urn, our free lorn from eovctotisness, or our tendency nward righteousness. The conflicts and struggle in the spiritual and the phy ical spheres are not alwavs or often be ween the unrighteous and the unright eons, or between the covetous. Evil preys pon virtue, the nniist upon the just. nd the covetous upon those whose pos sessions thev covet. Self-respect, without which man is sn invertebrste animal, requires that we hould be prepared to protect that which e cherish, which not onlv include our material possessions, but that intangible mething which makes us a distinctive ation in the eve of the world. Some one ha verv finely said that it does not matter o much what happens as the courage with which you face it; and very ften the consequence of conflict, abhor rent as manv oi it incident are, have brought forth some fine, hitherto unde eloped strain in a people and made them orthier to contribute to th progress ot vibration. Another obstacle to the proper eon- leration of the subject is potent, though rhaps in msnv eases unconscious. It is i question of expense or cost. Men act aside for military service, hile so trrr inc. and money spent tor militarr mi' terial, are assume,! to lie wasted; and this ronsiileratinn cause many to turn side from a further consideration of the subject. "It goes witboct saving, of course, that unnecessary expenditure in any line I maste; but it i equally true that a nn ery expense, whaterer the tangible re turn therefrom may be. is not mste. "In a general way, most goemme,ital expenditure produce no tangible pmht : titer are not like the expenditure of the Individual citiren that produce some thins that te sees and ean bsndle or can identify and assess it value. Uovem mental expenditure are, so to ssv. over head eharffe which t le community eon tribute Iron th pocket of all that a-h. by reason f such expenditures bsv- ne been mad and to result thereof may pnrsoe bis Hsily sm-atioa with it attendant rofit. 1 b exprns and cost of rover itx-tit is largely composed -t maintaining executives, courts and legis latures, and those who guard the life and the property and the health of the citizen. There is no identifiable return for such expenditures; the citizen can not carry an item on his books whielr represents the return to him therefrom. But even slight consideration will con vince the citizen that every governmental expense is justified which is found nec essary to provide those things which gov ernment must provide. "Among those tilings which the nation al government must provide, among those things which the founders of our republic decreed should be provided by the nation al government, is the common defense. Whatever, therefore, I necessary to f ' vide for the common defense, must be done at whatever proper cost. "There need be no fear, therefore, that the people will shrink from any proper expense attendant upon proper measures of common defense after a common agree ment has been reached. Red Cross Dynamite Doubles Yields of con, cotton, cere als, and all fruits and vegetables. Ordinary plowing tnrns over toe same s Sal low top-soil year after year, forming bard and nearly impervious ' plow aoU" that lim its the waterholding capacity of the land and shuts out tons par acra of natural plant food. Dynamiting the subsoil makes this plant food available, aerates the oil, protects vegetation Against both drouth and excess rainfall, and soon repays its cost in aving of fertiliser expanse and large! increased yields. There is a new and better farm rbjht under the old one. Fubsoihng with Red Cross Dynamite gives you 6 feet of top oil instead of 6 inches. Ask for Fret Booklet ALEXANDER & COMPANY West Stiet!, Barre. VI 0i ffmwmtU mhrh wm ? ht mVnt t iBlr Ihm it fts-v; ftf r-Mt ttrtl tmf $ i m in mt rhtr fcs f im t, M tf til tlft) fwtk f ixn.rsw Ml flfM, 9m ", Ml 1-m4 9mm W eVufcrUasa th fsxs4 9iwr-ms rtWWfce- : nr tJt1i tng ihm r4 tlW -IM. Mr tr-s W ' m m swjf taw - trn w tom mm umr I'mir. nm th -i4 fsfwf W K Mr 1 wiwt I mmm N m m S1PSX faMSSMt'W t'W rirL" i I t! 1 CLAQCSTOKE Wc Now SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS have a complete stock. is the time to get your Doors and Windows on as the flics will soon be here. Wc also have a full line of Fly Wire and Hinges for repairing old doors. THE N.D.PHELPS CO. Telephone 29, Barre. Vermont Aent for Atla V Alpha Portland Cement t... ,i A v-s. t-f " stJ l irttrf vs aad