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THE 11 AH HE DAILY TIMES, HA HUE, VT., SATUHDAY, DKCEMHKK 4, 11)13.'
INDIVIDUAL WORK WON ! Marked Opening Basketball i Game of the Season, I ' i Won by Goddard HUSKY CAVALRY TEAM THE LOSER But Local School Boys Had to Work Hard for 25 ' to 19 Victory' The 1010 basketball season was ushered ' in at the Church afreet gymnasium last evening with a contest between Goddard and the second cavalry team from Fort Ethan Allen., The end of the game came with the wore 23 to 19 in fuvor of the seminary team. The fact that the game last night was the first real game played by either team this season probably accounted for the tendency on the part of both teams to forget their teamwork and indulge in in dividual playing with an occasional wrestling match in some far corner for the possession of the ball. Goddard, on the whole, seemed to bo better at passing than her opponent and followed the ball well. Nearly every time the ball went into the crowd or came the length of the floor on a long pass a Goddard man was the first to get his hands on it. They found, however, that getting hold of the ball was not all there was to it, for with a husky cavalryman on one's back it is ' not an easy matter to shoot a baskpt. A. Goslant was the first to score, toss ing in an easy goal in the first minute of play, Wickwire of the cavalry team soon evened up with another, however, and from then on it was anybody's game un til the whistle sounded for the close of the period with the score 13 to 11 in fa ' vor of Goddard. The cavalry team was robbed of two goals in this period by a Goddard man with a big jump who knocked the ball out of the cage after it had fairly passed through the ring. The second period was a fast one. both teams straining every nerve and muscle to score. It was then that the fouls for holding and running with the ball began to be called. Wickwire had better luck with his free shots than did his opponent securing two points in this way, while Connor failed to register. This same soldier secured a couple of nice shots from the floor which served to keep the score from becoming too one-sided to be interesting. A. Goslant was the sharpshooter for the Goddard team, securing 12 out of the 25 points credited to his team. The summary: Goddard. ' Second Cavalrv. A. Goslant, rf Ig, Husbans (Capt.) Riley, If .Tg, Levins If. Ooslant, e c, Kingsbury heefe, lg rf, Silberman Connor, rg (Capt.) If, Wickwire Score Oodrfard 25, Second Cavalry 19. Goals from the floor A. lioslunt o, nick- wire 4, Connor 2, H. (Joslant 2, Riley 2, Silberman 2, Kingsbury .2. Goals from fouls Wickwire 3, Connor. Referee- Carroll. Umpire McVay. Timer Chap man. Periods 20 and 15 minutes. PURE HLOOI) MAKES HEALTHY PEOPLE Hood's Sarsanarllla surely and effee tivelr remove scrofula, boils and other blood diseases, because it drives out of the blood all the humors that cause these diseases. They cannot be successfully treated in any other way. external ap plicationa for their removal have proven almost useless, because they cannot drive out thi impurities that are in the blood. Hood's ISarsaparllla makes pure, rich blood, perfects the digestion, and builds up the whole system. J lie Kin necomes smooth, clean and healthy. This great blood remedy has stood the teat of 40 years. Insist on liaving noou s, tor notn ing else acts like it. There is no real substitute. Get it to-day, Sola by ail druggiaas Adv. HE CASTS ASIDE A $30,000 JOB Aid of John D. Thinks That He Is Too Old to Hold It And Really Only 70,-. Uinchamton, N. Y., Dec. 4. Declaring that men past 60 are "either foolish or irritable," L. SI. Bowers, 70 years old, formerly executive head of the Colorado Fuel & Iron company, has resigned hia $30,000 position with the Rockefeller in terests. Mr, Bowers, who hag served the Rocke fellers faithfully for many years, gave this explanation for bis sudden resigna tion: CARRANZA STRONGER Detachment of Army Added to Defenders of Agua Prieta TO FORESTALL A MOVE BY RODRIGUEZ Villa and 2,000 Followers in the Mountains A New Attack Douglas, Ariz.. Dec. 4. Disposition of the augmented forces at Agua Prieta, opposite here, occupied the attention of the Carranza authorities during the early hours yesterday. An additional detachment of approxi mately 1,300 Carranza soldiers arrived here shortly after midnight yesterday from Nogalea, Ariz, and waa moved across the border to Agna Prieta. Two other trainloads of Carranza troops were expected to arrive during the day BREAK A CHILD'S COLD BY GIVING SYRUP OF FIGS Cleanses the and Little Liver and Bowels They Get Well Quick '. GLORIOUS ENDING OF BIG EXPOSITION Panama-Pacific Show at San Francisco Was Brought to a Conclusion To day and is Counted a Great ' Success. San Francisco, Dec. 4. To-day was cloainir dav at the Panama-Pacific: exno- When your child suffers from a cold, ;,: ..i , , ..... i t ! ' oi i, w wi 1 Till If VJIIU UUI1B b don t wait; give the little stomach, liver . , , . , . and bowels a gentle, thorough cleansing "u" opened a carnival of music and at once. When cross, peevish, listless, dancing which will last until midnight in pale, doesn't sleep, eat or act naturally) celebration of the success of the fair if breath ia bad, stomach sour, give teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours ill the clogged up, constipated waste, sour bile and un digested food will gently move out of the bowels and you have a well, playful child again. Owing to the European war, which be gan six months before the opening of the exposition on February 20, the ex position directors were forced to feel some anxiety as to the success of their If your child coiiahs, snuffles and has Proioct but 14 iuTn(ii ou .t" caught cold or is feverish or has a sore tendance and the financial returns were throat, give a good dose of "California considerably greater than expected. The MirOTtrt rf kins" 4 AudAiin. ha IsvisAla I difference "what othlrmTnt 7.' tte,(lace passed tlieeventeen million mar on iovemuer w, wun tne record iA.1 1 kL. - ... ll,. ' .... I made up my mind that I would quit I .i ; Iw u . when at the high tide of efficiency, f I , . . ' . . possible, and when I was most valued l"jrj:JrZ"Z. .7" : j and esteemed. Not to drop down and ?" Z7iZ x. J nrC i,i i .ffairain mv ftIs0 40 KTmon Nacozan and El Ttgre, ' v ... - ... ' I the American-owned niminir ramn. This T. ' y , . move was due, it was said, to a rumor " ' " ' ' 'rfi ... that General Jose Rodriguez, the Villa ! TL V i IT 2. commander, is planning to break through avoided by old men than the notion that r, ' .. i r.F, they are as young and brisk and bright ht ? BABIES FIRST! GISLS HEAR. Em Sadcliffe Stadents Urged to Raise for War Preparedness. Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 4. ''Raise ba bies for war preparedness," was the ad vice Radcliffe college girls were digesting yesterday. Walter Green, newspaper man and ad vocate of preparedness, told the girls to turn a cold shoulder on the pacificist young man and see that the iation is not stifled for lack of babies. "If you've got a book in one hand, hold a baby in the other," was his advice. HE GIVES BAIL. The Brother in Hobbs Case in Court at Portsmouth. Portsmouth, N If., IVc. 4. Tharles IT. Hobbs, charged with siting in the al iened abduction of Mrs. Henry H. Hobbs, wife of his brotlier, who claims that she vi as forcibly detained and beaten because of her refusal to sign a deed, pleaded not guilty in the municipal court yesterday and was held in Vhi for the superior court. Ilol.lw waived Mtrsdition proceedings and rame from Haverhill with his conn el, who furnished swurity for bis Te-lease. at 60 or 70 as they ever were. 5fen of that aire often make big fools of them selves outside of business. They will learn to run automobiles and go scooting at a 40-mile clip, taking chances younger men would avoid, They will learn to dance the tango and wedge themselves in among young people, who tolerate them because of consideration for their age or If they happened to have mar- General F. Martinez, commanding the Carranza column which was sent to Fron teras, 22 miles south of Agua Prieta, was expected to move south from that point yesterday and at the same time troops under General Laveaga at Agua Prieta were to start southward over the Nacozari raitroad. General Obregon said that according to what seemed reliable information, Gen- money, lieu m jrwuiilt " no Hi' I mc uicevy ou'VI , , r , , , , . , L , w . . , . , tn Ka nn a ,lr... n.rn mat of th. tim. "' W,l "Ul in, OI Ul IOI1UW or Uid n nursing a crouch. h. in. the mountainous region . 1 ... . I f li i iTnha hi 0aut nf Hormnail A TIM mpn r LTpnprnllv ulv nr irri. . j - - table, and the Ixrd preserve me from be ing silly I So I decided to unload a lot NEW REVOLT IN of burdens, among them a bitr salary.) lUttAlLU IS Tlilfi REPORT AT LAREDO Syrup of Figs no fl-iven Sick children needn t be coaxed to take 'or a single day being 348,472 visitors this harmless "fruit laxative." Millions on Nui Francisco day, November 2. of mothers keen it handy, because they The final report on the financial ' re- know its action on the stomach, liver turns may not be prepared for sometime. and bowels is prompt and sure. They but tlie last one, covering the period from also know a little given to-day saves a reorusry zu to uetober 31, showed a sick child to-morrow. net cash income of 11,410,870 out of Ask your druginst for a 50-cent bottle a gross income of $0,048,121) of "California Syrup of Figs," which con- The conclusion of the exposition to- tains directions for babies, children of all night will be signalized by the singing ages ana lor grown-ups plainly on the lot 'farewell to Ihee from the tower of bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. Jewels, the highest structure on the Get the genuine, made by "California ground; by the sounding of taps by a Fig Syrup Company." Adv. AMERICA RENEWS THE BELGIANS TO AXTrWIMA IWMATVH K out tor t1,e last' time, Arthur Smith, ArVrMl UCsJUXiyU an ayjat,r, in an illuminated flight will detachment of United States army bug icrs ana the pressing of a button by C. C. Moore, the president of the exposition, to extinguish all lights; by the lowering of the countless flags, and a salvo of rockets from the Marina. A the lights Penfield Asks Austria for Explanation against the sky. write "Farewell P. P. I. E." in letters of Torpedoing of the Steamship. Vienna, via London, Dec. 4 The Amer ican ambassador, Frederick C. Penfield, Notwithstanding the war in Europe, it has been triumph of peace that have been shown most prominently at thia ex position, the avowed purpose of which has been to celebrate the completion of the Panama canaL In every feature it yesterday repeated his request to the has been an exjiosition of to-day, rather Austrian government that it make a re- ? Historical interest, lor no ex , . , 4 .. ., hibits which were the products of a pe- ply to the American note respecting the rio1 ntedlltilljr the i,, decade were ad- circumstances in connection with thelmitted for awards. and what I do henceforth in active busi-1 ness will be for fun, and not for any! other consideration.' GOVERNMENT GOING BACK. Severe of Criticism of the Standards Architecture. Washington, Dec. 4. Severe criticism of the standards of governmental archi teeture was voted by the American In stitute of Architecture when, Thursday afternoon, it adopted the report of the Felix Diss la Said to Have Landed at Oaxco with 2,000 Men Backed by ' Cientifko and Catholic Parties. Laredo, Tex., Dec. 4. Felix Diae has landed in Oazaca with 2,000 men, accord iug to reports reaching here yesterday, Diss is said to have the backing of the committee on government architecture, I Cientilico and Catholic parties, and it is whose chairman is V. A. Cooliuge of ltos- believed in Mexico that this is the begin- ton. That the government has taken "a ning of a new anti-larranza revolution distinctive step in retrogression from its 1 he HuertUta element also is said strong standards oi architecture as originally ly to favor Diaz. conceived by Washington and Jefferson,"! Douglas, Aris., Dec 4. Stories of chll was the charge made by the committee, dren and aged men and women slain, The report discussed the tendency of the girls carried off and homes burned in the people of this country to deplore the de- wake of v illista guerrilla bands in north struction of the noted monuments of Eu-lem Honor a were brought here yesterday rope, by reason oi wartare, ana at tne by refugees, same time losing sight of the fact that General Villa was reported to have the government of this country will be threatened a raid into the United States constantly losing opportunities to create as his last act of defiance. Agua Prieta new structures of architectural worth. I was suflicU-ntly garrisoned yesterday to I he future destruction of some of those defeat any illista attack. However n actual existence, Mr. Coolidge stated, (there 'seemed to be no large force of Vil instead of being a criminal act. would listaa any nearer than Nacozar, where a prove to be a dixtinct gain to civilization, handful of Americans were still in dsn sinking of the Ancona in the Mediter ranean by an Austrian submarine, as a matter of which several Americans lost their lives. APPEAL IN BARRE FOR BELGIANS. Dire Need of the Suffering People is De scribed. For various reasons it did not seem wise last spring for Barre to do much toward the Belgian relief fund, which has received aid from all over the coun try, but at the present time the state of metals, modern of mine rescue In his final address to-day, President Moore declared that the conclusion of the exposition marked "an opening of a period of new vigor and prosperity to Ntn Francisco, California and the United States." For the first time in the history of in ternational expositions, the aeroplane, the submarine, and the internal combus tion engine were exhibited in actual op eration. New processes in engineerim;, mechanics, electricity, manufacturing, mining and sanitation were shown. Such divergent interests as the latest systems of child welfare, oxy-acetylene treatment tar- officers of the "Belgian relief commit tee and the representative in this city, especially, wish to impress upon the peo ple of Barre the need and their op portunity to relieve in a measure the sufferings of the people in the war tone. Some idea of the work accomplished by American doctors and the Red CYoss get practice with great coast fortiftca tion guns, placing and explosion of sub marine mines, and trans-continental tele plione conversation were presented to the public for the first time at an expo yellowish towers and minarets standing out in sharp con trust against the traver tine walls of the palaces, was that of a city or the urient. Advances in illuminating' methods made possible a plan of illumination at an franc.isco undreamed of at St. Jui ten years ago. Thomas A. Kdison said that it marked a new development which he would describe as art lighting, lue odore Roosevelt said the illumination was "the most wonderful in history and tne greatest glory of the exposition. The direct system of lighting pre vailed throughout. The grounds wore treated as if in reality they were I huge stage and the trees, the shrub bery snd the palaces mere bits of paint ed scenery. Lights illuminating the buildings were shielded by transparent banners, decorated with ispunnm colors and designs, which reflected the glow against the palace walls and facades, aud brought out the detail in soft relief to the great satisfaction of the sculptor, the artist aud the architect and to the visitor. Upon the principal pieces of statuary, domes and minarets, search lights, all hidden from the direct view of the visitor, pointed their rays. Colored lighting was derived chiefly from two sources: from giant search lights before which were placed at dif ferent times screens of various tones of color and from the incandescent lights concealed in the recesses of the columns and reflecting light upon nearby hills, Unusual pyrotechinic effect by the uso of searchlights were attained. Luminous shafts of light were used to picture Scotch plaids in the air. ."The birth of color," a "ghost dance," and "flying serpent," the "spooks' parade" and other spectacular effects were produced by means of fireworks, smoke bombs and the searchlights with their colored lewes. Even the fog drifting in at times through the Golden Gate was dyed in all the tints of the rainbow by the searchlight shaft. From the hills of the northern part of San Francisco it seemed that the rays of these searchlights spread out like a great fan with the exposition in the foreground. Twenty-four of these light projectors have been sold to the ! Russian government. . The idea carried out in the general scheme of the palace was the evolution of architecture from the Grecian period to modern times. Roman, Moorish, Span ish, Italian and French Renaissance ideas were portrayed in the lines of the va rious buildings. The mot imposing building of all in the belief of almost all visitors was the Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco some weeks ago inaugurated a movement to preserve it as a monument to the ex- I position. To accomplish this it will be necessary to get tne permission ot tne United States government, ss the palace stands on the Presido military reserva- tion. According to the exposition manage ment there were about 80,000 different' exhibitors, the exhibition being valued , at approximately $350,000,000. The total cost of the exposition, in round numbers, was $50,000,0110. Thisincludea acquirement of site, construction, administration, maintenance, repairs snd finsl removal of the buildings. Thirty-nine foreign nations and near ly all the states of the Union partici pated officially. Notwithstanding the war, several of the belligerent took part including trance, Italy, Japan and Turk Activities of the submarine, other ev. The other belligerents were repre- squatica and the coaxt defense guns in sented by exhibits made by their citi action were made possible by the fact umis. that the exposition grounds of 835 acre i During the life of the exposition more When You Think of Man's Gift Think of This Store Why worry abou what to give your men friends? The one sure way to do that branch of your- shopping is to come where men do their own buying. That's right here. You II be surprised how well we are pre pared with attractive articles suitable for gifts or men. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers Barre, Vermont PARIS CHECKS WORK OF PEACE ORGANIZATION Women Ordered to Discontinue the Dis semination of Peace Pamphlets. Paris," Pea 4. The French section of the Women's International league for permanent peaee has been ordered by nurses may be gained from the laot bordered on San Francisco bar near the tl,n mcmi mnor... .H .ml Mnntioiia'!. ' .7T . .7.1-..". 1- J: .. that in one hospital out of 500 cases only Golden Gate and the Presidio, a military I were held in San Francisco and the bay If "J T"Z ,iT- I . . IrlflllC Isic uuvuMbitru ' air unmuisicirni """ . The officers of tlui French section were The plans for the new interior depart ment building, now in course of erection in this city, were mentioned as demon strating a backward step in architecture. It is indeed regrettable that the gov ernment should absolutely fail to realize its wonderful power for the advancement of the fine art of architecture," continued Mr. Coolidge. "Government buildings as a rule occupy prominent place in the civic centers of our cities, and if this policy is persevered in it will be an insuperable obvtscle to artixtie development through out the United States." BISSING CALLS TALK WAR TAXES Special Session to be Hld is Brussels To-morrow Contributions Due Dec 10. Brussels, via London, Dec. 4. Under a decree Usued by (ieneral von Hiding, the Mrman governor seneral of IleWium, the Effort after effort, it was stated, on authorities of the provinces of Antwerp me pan oi me institute to co-operate nl Krahant are summoned to meet in ith the treasury department officials snerial aesoiosi on Saturday lo discuss hsve met with little or no suoeess. Pub- the matter of sir contributions. These ic buildings to-day, the committee said, province have not yet concurred in the I- U 1.IJ - M I:! T-t - - I" . Seven Tl: "i Year-OId -3C-w Clifford V JZ Herder if-". , . 4 RK Starr IWittf a rwnl int-M Ir. Jnwj.1i V-T-u-r t-1 f .1 UsJker tr-H. ! !. M.. M4 to It" nl: 'My l.ttl K v. n.ffoM, - tears ,14. ! tsli-fl lstbT Jf.ba's V.tlrnt r- f t ksd i)4 rwii'h. "r ik b s ! yr .!J aid it ia twef fiU-4 t fr f r e-4 1 fif"ti li'y fi-M, std Arm- ft, 4 rt t i - ! .' V-i nw, lm'ifr Hit I " A'.) t 'rltrif f' I. ? it'tc-4 wvtt-i M r- i" h. We tr'f.j-' rir f !(.? .!.!, Vm t ti.i.-T t! r'-..'un kn ar "k sre in the field of politics. The suggea tion wss msje tnat annual lump sum appropriations by Congress wmld take the woik of government building con Mruction out of politics. The hope wss slso expressed that the office of super vising architect would soon be filled. measure promulgsted for the colltition of wsr taxes. Contributions are due Dec. 0. T Have Vacations with Pay. San Francisco, IVc. 4. Telegraph op TWINS FOR W. R. HEARST. erators all over the United States m ploved by the Western Union Telccrsph conipsny are rr iM iiig ever tlie nests that sfter the flrt of next year all trsftic Newspaper Publishers thilflren now Is employe mil receive annus vscstmns. cmttA t Five. with psr, or one or two wrvks. according Itn lnirta f aorvir. Tl.i mill mat tl, Mr. snd Mrs. w illism Kandoipn Hearst company clo to 4.fi0.(i0, iM.me. 137 r.ivrride I)rive, on the birth of two hovs. Tlie twins weigh sis snd one half pounds e and bring the number of lvrt diillrrn to ne, all boys. The oidevt. (terge. w II year M; William i 7 and John, hitberle the Iwhy of tl fanrtiir. i fue. ir. Hearat. who ss Miss W iliti Wihwin. tlie dsugl.ter of (irce H. Wil an, was marrird ia 1 5tiS. Kbe take sa 1i' intereat ta hn buamn'1 s rntrr li and supervision oT tdreir of tlte lirrt pt)l K-t Mil. OUCH! BACKACHE! RUB LUMBAGO OR PAIN FROM BACK TUMCtTT WONT ARGUE. Trssb'r Rub St i 9 nes Ay wits Small Bottle f Oil -St. Ja cobs Oil" Trial i BEST FOR COLDS AM r- l g"! VuH-ily Y"S AWat tf ant r5f Inm a7raj, M imntrn-m and un f4i--s a g-m U rlWj virfli M JaSil P tit iwitiiiit (KiHnl fg il rifit o ymr fof.l e4, snsf . -lf eoim "t. 4ot Hl" t s barVfW-a tawkS'h'. lunilatfo sod i t ft Notable persons from all over the world were among the exposition's vis itors. Some of these were William How' ard Taft, Theodore Roosevelt, Vice Pres- I. --4 .1 J I' I nine were iusw nut in war is making reservation. (cities, ,-i,u .... v.-m. m.v kv ""F IDC ran rranCISCO CXDOSltlOn naa and intrniti,nl nrni,li.,na ronra plies, the ilothing, foodstuffs and every niany features peculiarly its own. Aside .enting social, political, fraternal, Indus known need of life. The women and from its beauties In art. color, nkht il- ri-l iwin .tnti rl irrti-iitsi mArlioal fa rrr. children left at borne, the men unfit for lumination. its courts, architecture and cultural, scientific, snd various other as ar service, are all suffering from the landscape engineering and its education- aociations. norriwe cnects ot tne conflict. l oua it e. the site itself was novel America has already done much, the in that a semi circle of hills, covered whole country reponding to the call with home and apartment homtes. reached of the nerdy one across the sess, but out from the very gate of the fair and. tne cau ana necessity are constant, l here looked down upon these accomplishments Jdent Marshall, William J. Brvan, Wil is no pisce to stop, ana sureiy wnen of msn. ,Ij.m fi. McAdoo. sorretarr of the tress- cities, towns and villages the country j Bearing in mind these hills, from -the ry, Speaker Champ Qark. Joseph 0. over are doing their be.t for the cause, ridge of which many visitors obtained Cannon, the marquis and marchioness uarre ooe not want to d unresonsive. their first glimpse of the ex pout ion, the of Aberdeen, Major General Gonrre Wr. Ilia call comes to the city aa a whole, architects and Jules Guerin. director of (Jocthals. Thomas A. Ed iaon. and Admir- dui inswsa oi msaing a iersinai can- color, created a block n an of palaces snd courts to form a single architectural theme. The bay, and rolling hills be yond and in the distance Mount Tamal- pais, formed a picturesque background. Massing of the buildings was divided vass of hte city for funds or such arti cles of wearing apparel as are mentioned below, the Jselgian relief committee rep resentative in this city sucirests thst tho different snrieties, orders and clubs si IVwa, of Japan. tt a a a Rrfsara t Disrsss Ketkaa w-itk Fatter K3y. Waeliinrtfaj. lW. 4 Wrrtry T mHy yrtT-Jy .4 W 'u'd it " lltnee ""I-." '.tire, ,Mfc t,e-l.-r .. ,...!-! SIMi d- t t'miMtm t re t iitrtit e-f ( !'!- r wt j,,,,, i,, ,s a s4 Kit in Metm. WU-n al4 f Mj pif'Um m' V m i i. ir.-.t ' wt,i re-i'tr lo iire of s frn.- r tt., t-.- trlwi ' at rt I,-. la s msM t-y rilW K."y f O pr-l,mrrt , f,, tM M ,4.tt -t 11 f ttmHH o-1y.j..4 . t"t.. tra,oe H it l fl-1 tl "" rv .d: af.,8 , mr- S I !,-, It I wii tv Mvsf fartlr ta aar'r) ,.! K.tk t4 .44. 4. st lite ?-e.-eil t fse it e ktHa. j, -,. I .,'" fee vwit d-i.cT". ! Bfi eW. t't tr a-rre-tATT tn.'jr M nm- j r t. l.f V-iwI.-ig ('-" ;w J rrj"n H mvi tn- ' - - t nt-i fm in s4 Mr ia-ut teu-1 1 Hanged to a Telegraph Pole. Foirest City, Ark, Dec 4. A mob of the city tske the matter up and do. because the architect believed that if 'r7 yesterday stormed the county jail nat money or the neoessary article. U-t far apart ther would be dwarfed here and banned William Patrick, a re- The Ilarre Woman's club bat promised to hv the imposing etting Nature hsd t'ro- itro. to a telephone nole. Patrick was do what it can, and the otbt-r orders are Uided. Ha the effect from the hills, with 'charged with having killed John Nichols, w k m line, n a isrga amounv i the expositions green un domes, and Uie:jr, in s quarrel over some cotton cannot oe given, every nine neips. If these million people in Belgium and northern France, who lack clothing had the money, there is no wsy to purchase msterial on e count of the blockade. Ex cept the very wealthy, who had aa abundance of clothing, the working peo ple and poor are destitute and by Christ mas all lli clothing reserve stations will lw exhausted. For this rvaaon Itarr it aaked to make its rift to the the prop er person b-fore Christmas time, if p- il.le. I lure are three way in which you can help I. By buying any of tbe article men tioned below. t. By buying the material with which ta make them. i. Mr sending money with which to bur them. Iw-low ara given the nrtwle which are no.ied, bem a rmich eatimate of the lott ing reuird this aititt by IVIgium snd n'rtleTa lis it". For e Jin.usi pairs of 1mm. aire froaa 7 to II; 3it.,.i'l sl.irUs 2i.(i0 pairs of drsri gisi.isio unOerelurU; it' . saeaters; 4"'..M purn of mk o-li; IVi.lert m of trouaersj !.. strt ciaU: Ijo.lssi r rr "ntt: IMBUO iff. I, si mei - ?ki ! tirs of shnea). aira t to ; ini Wtiet or M"uae; '.e pairs oi flrer; ii.mi lel; n '. 'r of .. tgr t tH 11- andarafc rt ; 2 !.. ak.rt; ". J al)a or ooata r t-iks (o-4.. !Q lot gif i I '-.is ir of alw-. To- j tir4s a "iiasr Mf grrot st t m-mt, th iT'Si.nxi t or t- f j a h4 ( tiKrew; JiK.xSI lra.U- r T summoned before the commissary of po lice yesterday to explain their activities. The women maintained that they were acting according to their philosophical convictions. The police are continuing their inquiries. A Perfect Complexion S Give that deli cately dear and refined complex loa which every veora an desires. Keeps away akin troubles. Gouraucf Oriental Cream W mm aaaS t aiwaaVvlw e iS a aouk l Pear lain ttr IM. UeaearaaaataiaaJaeSwTaaplBSi At DrngglM aasf Drpartwwui Star aw a r:i rF.n. t. Honcrv v nets SI Uraal 4aaa au aawiarm a a a a a a a a a a a a a GiAJnitritiE f'ef-tar rm if vf V ' If efr!.. v . ."''. V. M f A. 7 4 r . f:. 7. tt 7 lraa i4 f! OODpYEAR I sm". Fortified Tiret f or Iw ra J s. lo ir of -; 41 . isi ai-trta: ff-bt,m su t; 2 i.l Jerv; ? ,i atir f t--li r aad wait-. 4 '! pair of .;nt; w4 1 ; ) ) hat or car. -m H i l l-- fi taila 4.W parr ,4 nea; .( aj.irt eart.t,ta ; I'S!.. ' Kr,k- ara ska hH. Va"al fa- 4't (w Tir W:4 .lrn troy ha aet to (. H. J ,i'itt 1 1. att ,aan,!,'r Oat"!; fajrteer t I t I t "r K P -a. I) Il . vajitk I in at-! firiVS. l- i t--TJ i t bor a. r rrfc or t .itrrft 7 ie"t I a, Ve tr. '!.!-.; fr t ' 1 REYNOLDS & SON FIRE AND WATER SALE Arcade Block, 171 North Main Street Bargains that you will never be able to get again Goodrich Tubes cheap. Aluminum Ware 30 per cent. off. Christmas goods just received that we are marking down to clean out. Spaulding Base Ball Goods at one-half price. Fishing Tackle one-half price. Builders Hardware one-half price Farming Tools one-half price. 1 Baldwin Refrigerator, was S22, now SS. GLENWOOD RANGES ON SALE SATURDAY t: tt a tt t: tt a tt u tt tt u tt tt tt tt tt u tt s tt tt f J1:: f tax 71 I5rev, 1 rk f ty.