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THE BAKKE DAILY" TIMKS, JIAKKIV VT., THURSDAY, , XOVKMHKII 4, ; 1015.
I ; v,. Reynolds Son,. BarreX JH II MIMI I I ' , - . . GERMAN SHIP SUNK IN BALTIC. Another Victim of British Submarine Warfare. . '. ' Copenhagen, Nov. 4. The German teamsliip Gedania wis sunk by a Brit ish submarine in the Baltic yesterday. Fashion' Requirements Gives that pearly white Complexion to much desired by the Women of Fashon. Gouraud's Oriental Cream We will tend a complexion chamois and book of Powder leaves for 1 Sc. to cover cost of mailing and wrapping. At Orugglsli and Departmtnt Stores FERD. T. HOPKINS ,fc SON, Props. 9 Ureill iOnn CM., w mm TYPHOON AGAIN SWEEPS OVER SOUTHERN LUZON Storm la Headed Toward Manila Two Coasting Vessels Lost; Crew Safe The Sheridan in Storm. Manila, Nov. 4. A typhoon, which is increasing in violence, is again sweeping the section of southern Luzon " which was devastated Ut inonth with the loss of nearly 200 lives and property damage estimated at nearly $1,000,000. The storm is headed toward Manila. Two coasting vessels have foundered, but the crews were saved. A wireless message was received yesterday from the United States transport Sheridan, which was in the vortex of the typhoon, 600 miles east of Luzon, reported she had experienced extremely severe weather) but had not been damaged, Wabash Railway Co. Refused License to Operate in That State. Jefferson City, Mo, Kov. 4.- A license for the Wabash Railway company, now h.n Indiana corporation, to operate in Missouri was refused yesterday oy sec retary of State Koach. BARRED FROM MISSOURI. "ONE SPOONFUL ENOUGH," SAYS DRUGGIST rnmmiiiiTI Tlwi HrilUfiht-S. 84 North Main street, state that the simple . . .A i ..I. i ijiixturo ot DiicKinorn oarK, (jimiiic, etc., known as Adler-i-ka, is causing great surprise because just ONE SPOON - VI -T. rutiui'oa mint inutiiin. SOUT Or CaSSV stomach almCst IMMEDIATELY., It in so thorough a bowel cleanser tnat n is used successfully in appendicitis.' Adler-i-ka arts on' BOTH lower and upper bowel and the 1XKTANT effect is aston ishing. It never jfripes and is perfectly safe to use. Adv. "SUPERSUBM ARIN E" CAPTURED BY BRITISH The Entire German Crew Were Made Prisoners in the North Sea. London, Nov. 4. Capture by the Brit ish in the North sea of one of Germany's most up-to-date "supersubmarines" was reported yesterday afternoon.' Jt was said the crew were made prisoners. 'ADOO SEES PROSPERITY Country Already Entered on a Period of Greatest , Business in History DECLARES SECRETARY AFTER HIS TRIP He Urges Merchant Marine Under the United States Flag . Washington, Nov. 24. Wonderful pros perity is foreseen by Secretary McAdoo, who returned yesterday from a trip of inspection of treasury services through the Middle West and the Northwest. ir tlm fnllnwincr (dntpnipnt SB tO iiu . r. conditions in the country and the results of the trips "There can be no doubt that 'we have already entered upon an era of the great est prosperity in the history of the coun try. - llirouglioui my irip across me iw rtiirninr. I Was impressed with the unmistakable evi- C"-v I I I fWf 1 V Cold Dust on thai kitchen sink Cleans it quicker than a wink. fHE activity of "" Gold Dut , . , , Sc and larger washing and clean- packages intf powder you for sale need. everywhere Dissolve a tablespoonful in hot water, and it goes to work, re moving dirt without marring the brightest polished surface. Use it on the kitchen sink. DEESEFAI R B AN KZESEn makers GOLD DUST Thm Acttvm Ccenei JUSSERAND TO THANK WILSON. Appreciates Intercession in ' Behalf of Women Sentenced as Spies. Washington, Nov. 4. Ambassador Jus serand of France visited Iresident Wilson yesterday afternoon personalty to thank the executive for interceding recently in behalf of two French women condemned to death by the Germans on a charge of espionage WATCH SORE THROATS because swollen glands or inflamed membranes often affect other tissues and lung trouble easily follows. As Nature's corrector of throat troubles the pure cod liver oil in Scott's Emulsion is speedily converted into germ-resisting tissue; its tested glycer ine is curative and, healing, while this wholesome emulsion relieves the trouble and upbuilds the forces to resist tubercular germs and avert the weak ening influence which usually follows. If any member of your family has a tender throat, get a bottle of Scott's Emulsion to-day. Physicians prescribe it to avert throat troubles, overcome bronchial disorders and strengthen the lungs. No alcohol or harmful drugs. Always insist on Scott's. . Scott ft Bowuc. llloomfield, N. J. 15-32 dences of prosperity, confidence and op timism in practically every line of busi ness. The lumber business, which has been depressed for the past seven or eight years, due to well known economic causes, seemed to be the only exception to the rule, but even the lumber busi ness is reviving. "The industrial and commercial activ ity now prevalent throughout the country is based primarily upon the phenomenal economic and financial strength of the United States, the greatest of any na tion in the world, and the awakening of our people to the greatest opportunities now open to them for the expansion of our foreign trade. "If we avail ourselves of these oppor tunities and gain our share of the diver sified markets of the world, we shall se cure a staple and permanent prosperity of unparalleled proportions, because there will then be a constant demand for our surplus products which will keep era ployed to the full the energies of the nation. "If we have broad foreign markets the law of averages will work and keep the demand for our products steady and consistent. Depression in ine manteia in ono part of the world will lie ollset by tho increased demand in other part of the world. It la because the I'uitcd States ha not heretofore possessed it full share of the world' markets that we have had audi extremes of prosper ity and business depression in tiie past. We have been badly handicapped in the past by a bad monetary system. Now we have a splendid monetary system cre ated by the federal reserve act and have the resource to finance our domestic necessities, as well as the largest foreign trade that we can secure. "Let us by some intelligent measure provide promptly a merchant marine un der the American flag. It is an indis pensable corollury to tho federal reserve act, and an imperative necessity for na val preparedness and commerciul supre macy. With this accomplished, nothing can stop or cheek our prosperity and future growth. I earnestly hope that Congress may find a satisfactory solu tion of this very vital problem." SUIT IN SUPREME COURT AFTER 20 YEARS Litigation Over Battleship Massachusetts Reaches Top When Ship Is , Outworn." Washington, Nov. 4. -The half million dollar suit of the Cramps, shipbuilders, against the government over construc tion of the battleship Massachusetts filially landed in tho supreme court yes terday, although it originated more than 20 years ago. Meanwhile the veteran fighting machine, one of the hero ships of the Spanish-American war, has been retired to the second line of defense and lies unused in the Philadelphia navy yard. The government won jn the lower courts. EASY WAY TO MAKE HAIR ATTRACTIVE Ladies May Add to Their Appearance ' , with Little Trouble Ladies who find trouble in properly or attractively arranging and dressing their hair should try using a little Pa risian Sage twice daily for a while and note the remarkable improvement. Pa risian Sage, which can be obtained from the Red Cross Pharmacy or any drug counter, makes the hair soft, . lustrous, fluffy and wavy, takes out the dull, life less appearance, dissolves the dandruff and stimulates the hair roots into health? normal action. Instead of mere- jly sprinkling the. hair, it should be I rubbed right into the scalp with the finger tips. Parisian Sage is a delight ful treatment for both hair and scalp, cannot possibly injure the hair, and ia very inexpensive. Adv. " v I ' 1 uu Fifteem f.. Lamorey's 4th Semi-Annual Day Mark Sale! Begins Friday, November 5th, and Positively Closes November 20th TO THE PUBLIC: Friday morninS. November 5th. I start my fourth semi- annual mark-drnvMisale with ambhbn U have it Jnp H Pedi sale 8 .from goods in this store.but the cleanest and newest stock to be found m the state of Vermont. $25 and $22.50 Suit or Overcoat 19- $30, $35 and $40 Suit or Overcoat $24- $20 and $18.00 Suit or Overcoat $1 f $16.50 and $15 Suit or Overcoat 10- $12.00 and $10.00 Suit or Overcoat $7.65 $10.00 Mackinaw Coat $7.65 $12.50 Mackinaw Coat $9.95 $4.50 . Emerson and other shoes $3.95 Union Suits f 1.00 Inion Suit $1.50 IHiion Suits $ 12.00 I'nion Suit f 3.00 t'nion Suit fX50 IVhwi Suit 2.9 $1.00 t'nion Suit li. V. I), t'nion Suits 2-Piece Underwear SO IWd Suits - fl.00 WrUM t'lwJerwear ' ?9f fl.oo Wool I'ndemear n.0 WtmA TfMJemear H-2 12-TrO Wool I ndrear 2-1 Hats and Caps fUiO nt i-'3 12.00 Hat f.VO0 MaHwfT Ht 1 11.00 Cp f Oc Cp ?f Fur Coats Shirts $1.00 Work Shirt SOf Work Shirt . . $1.00 Shirt f l.."0 Ire Shirts $2.00 Irrt Shirt !Un f 6.00 Mackinaw Coat $7-0 Mm Ilerfer ..K . 42c . .$1.23 . 1.63 , . . 1.83 Fur Coats Boys' Overcoats at Cive-Away IVicr Vrictn Hardly llow Cost of Making $10.00 Bov Overcoat ." $6-S0 $T.."0 Ho)' Otfiroat .... .5.00 $3.00 UojV (hercoat $I.S HojV Overcoat 2- $15.00 Italmaraan Coats rai proof. . .$".63 Fur Coats Remember the Date Remember the Place 9 - jLamorey Sweaters 30c Sweater . . $1.30 Sweater . $1.00 Sweaters $2.00 Sweater $2..0 Sweater $3.50 Sweater $3.00 Sweater $7.30 Sweater $ K.,0 Sweater . $10.00 Sweater at i . .!? .$1.23 . 89c . 1.15 , 1.95 . 2.43 . 333 . 5.63 , 7.65 . K2 148 North Main Street, Barre, Vt Mittens $1.00 Mitten :.( Mitten Ze $1.50 Mitkn 10c Caava CI -we 5c Fur Coats i Fur Coat. rrr.'nr harrain.. Hot while j jf T4 them- tm't wit fftil t-r mi pf th-ae tame prim er ire! t Toe 4 j kt Qwte jim rrire! I