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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES,' BAR RE, VT SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1020.
SPAULDING ON' THE LOSING' END BLOOD THAT IS BLOOD BASEBALL HEAD NOT YET CHOSEN Defeated by the Burlington High School at Bur- , ' lington, 30 to 10 "",$ , -r- yt MA"NY SPAULDING SHOTS ROLL OFF EDGE K. Isham Was the Star . of the Game, Getting 24 of ' Burlington's Points , . " Burlington, Jtii. 10. The' Burling ton high school opened its basketball season last evening by overwhelming Spaulding high 'chool in a furious came at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. The final score . was 30 o 10, but the playing was ranch faster than the score would indicate. The home boys showed some fine team work and fed the ball to K. Isham throughout tha entire came. Isham proved a wizard at shoot uig, scoring 24 out of the high school's .) points and drawing miyiy cheers from the large crowd which filled the gymnasium. Inaccurate shooting at frequent op portunities and lack of team work kept ,the losing quintet at the short end of the score throughout. They attempt . ed many long shots, but although sev eral of these were close they did not succeed in adding to the tally. Dur ing tho entire game, Spaulding cuged only three field goals. Time and again their shots hit the edge of the bas ket and bounded away, only to be snatched up by Burlington and carried down the floor. The home team was greatly outweighed and it looked us thought they were in for a defeat when "the heavy fellows trotted onto the floor, but team work surpassed weight when it came to the scoring. The teams played several minutes before either side was able to score, then as tho players gathered for a mo ment under the Spaulding basket the ball shot up and entered the basket for the rlrst-score of the same. This wai followed a moment later with basket by K. Isham from the center of the floor. Tsham continued the scoring oy adding three points on free throws. . toots scored the next basket with clever shot and some fine team work on the part of the winning team re suited in a basket by K. Isham. Spauld ing next caged its last basket of the half. From that time B. H. S. forged steadily ahead and the half ended with the score IS to 4 in their favor. . The second half was a repetition of the first, the Ingh school succeeding in duplicating their first period's score. Spaulding made four foula in this half but only succeeded in caging one field goal. K. Isham made a pretty basket for the high school from one side of the gymnasium and followed it up in I moment with another from the oppo site side. His shooting was accurate throughout and shows the result of ' long practice.The line up: 'B. IT. S. 7 . Spaulding iv. isnam, rr rr, Mccarty Foote, If if, Murphy .C. Isham, c .c, Olliver Tousley, rg ..rg, Densmore uuriey, ig ig, Carpenter Baskets: K. Isham 7, Foote 2, Mc carty 2, C. Isham 1, Murphy 1.' Free throws: K. Isham 10, MeCarty 4.' Referee, Kaulfuss; scorers, Biggs and Cole; score, 30 to 10; time, two 20-min-ti te periods. prevents, uiiiuiism-ss, uyBn-jiit, tipation, kidney eomiiain, weak- But Selection Will Probably , faintness, pimples, blotches and . . Any Physician Will Tell You It Is Indispensable to Health, It is required by every organ of the body for the proper performance of its fund ions It- prevents biliousness, dyspepsia, cons ness other. eruptions. --. Be Choice of League Jt Is mire, red. rich, free from hu- I , -r nlors, Inherited or acquired. It gives vitality, vigor and vim. i here is no bet ter way for securing it than by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, famous the world g A VS JOHN HEYDLER over as a blood purifier, vitaiizer ana enricher. If you need this medicine, AFTF.R f!fJFTi,!'RF,Nf!F,, ..... - (M I m mm. a. m V w M m. V 1 . . get u io-aay. Take Hood s Fills for a laxative. eL"'leA";5t,,orough and pure" Election of Chairman Will Committee LIQUOR "MECCA" BUILT IN ST. LAWRENCE RIVER Probably Take Place on Feb. 11 New York, Jan. 10. Thirsty throats after Jan. Hi- may be treated at a small island in the St. Lawrence river, just across the Canadian border line, near Alexandria Bay, N. Y., accord ing to Republican state commit teemen from northern New York, who arrived here last night. The inland, which will be the nearest '"mecca for the wets" from Broad way and 42d street, has been acquired by a group of men "par-, tioular' about what they drink," it was explained, and will be ready for a rush of visitors in the early spring. LAST AMERICAN SOLDIERS LEAVE FRANCE Brigadier General W. O'Connor with Staff and 100 Men Go to Antwerp. Paris, Friday, Jan. 0. Brigadier Gen cial W. O'Connor, chief of staff of the American department of supply, togeth Chicago, Jan. , 10. August Herr mann successor as chairman of the national baseball commission probably will be the man recommended by the committee of the National and Ameri can leagues appointed to present sug gestions, according to John A. Heyd- ler,. president of the National league. Mr. Heydler left to-day with Ban John son, president of the American league, for Louisiana, where they will divide I I i..' , . i . . i f I. ineir lime nciween minting ana nsn- ing and drawing up schedules for next season. Heydler and Johnson will name the third member of the commission, but he former believes the new chairman will be one of the men proponpd by thp league committeee. The committees were named last winter when the re tireiuent of Herrmann was talked of. Election of the chairman probably will be Feb. 11, at a joint session of the two major leasruea. That will be the second of a series of four important baseball meetings in Chicago during tne second weeK un february Heydler said club owner of the Na tional and American leagues would meet with a committee from the mi nor leagues probably after the joint ARE YOU DISAPPOINTED often by not feeling well enough to at tend some social gathering, or to keep an appointment, on account of an at tack of indigestion T Such experiences cause disappointment, don't they T You can ward off these attacks, and keen your stomach and digestive organs healthy by taking SEVEN BARKS, Nature's remedy of roots and herbs. When the stomach is out of order, tho liver not working properly, or the bowels are sluggish, a few dom's of SEVEN BARKS will stimulate the liv er, regulate the flow of pile.expel dis tressing acids and dangerous poisons, and quickly restore you back to good digestion and normal health Stomach disorders are the direct cause of nearly all the ailments that affect the human system, and make life a burden, instead of a pleasure. Digestive trouble also spoils beauty, robs you of sleep, makes dark rings around the eyes, and ruins the com plexion. Let SEVEN BARKS digest' your food and tone your stomach, then you may eat what you like and bright- eyes will soon return. Ask your druggist for SEVEN BARKS. If he does not happen to have it, he will get it for you. Accept no oubstitute. PRICE, '(50 cents. Adv. EASY VICTORY' . FOR MONTPELIER Defeated St Albans High School, 65 to 14, Last ' Evening THE LONG FLOOR TROUBLED. VISITORS Montpelier Is Hot After the Vermont School Championship AMERICA'S ABSENCE CAUSES REGRET British Newspapers Think the Ratifi cation Is Clouded and Moral Au-. thor,ity of League Is " . Weakened. er with hU staff and 100 non-commis sioned men, the last American soldiers session of the major league here Feb. in ranee, left for Antwerp to-night MAY SEND HOCKEY TEAM TO ANTWERP Leading Hockey Authorities of United , States Are Considering the Proposition. ' New York, Jan. 10. Leading hockey authorities of the United States 'will meet here on Jan. IS, to decide upon the fcasability cf sending an American seven to Antwerp to compete for the Olympic hockey championships sched uled for early 'in April. It is thought that there would be little difficulty in assembling a powerful combination from among the amateur stars of Bos ton, Pittsburg, Philadelphia and this city, with additions from cities of the Oreat Lakes section, where hockey is an all-winter sport. If it is decided to enter one or more teams in the Olympic championship tournament it is probable that there will be a series of try-out games in certain eastern and western rinks with finals at Philadelphia or Boston. FRENCH PARLIAMENT ELECTION. WORLD ALMANAC, 1920. Contains More Information Than the Needs of Society Require. ' Among the latest books, but also among the first books of the new year, and in any event an up-td-tbe-minute book, the World Almanac for 1020 has been published. According to the im partial judgment of those concerned in its preparation and publication, it is the greatest ever. But any latest World Almanac is that. Ask the oldest read er. He knows. uo you want to Know almost any M. it was possible, he said, a new agreement would be made with the minor leagups, which would give them a voice in the commission. Relations between the major and mi nor leagues was suspended a year ago, BIDDING FOR MATCH OF BIG "HEAVIES Promoter of the Carpenticr-Dempsey Bout Is Evidently Putting the Matter Up to Competition. San Diego, Cal., Jan. 10. Jack Kearns, manager of Jack Dempsey, and thing in Sport, politics, trade, industry, James W. Coffroth. promoter, who met religion, government, historical mile- here to digrU8, plan(l for th8 propote stones, navies, armies, powers, kings, , , , , V. .r presidents and such? Here are the watch between Dempsey and Georges facts and the figures, so far as possible Carpentier, for the world's heavyweight official. championship, planned to visit Tijuana, Someone, sicakin(r of Thomas Bab- l-ower talitorma, after having mven ington Macaulay, remarked on an oe- l,M'al followers of boxing something to easion that lie possessed more informs- ' ; Hon than t.hfl npprlu nf anritv renmrort This was a siiffirestion that the con The intent behind the World Almanac, might not bi staged at Tijuana, 13 obviously, is to keep well apace with I miies souin oi nere. ivearns announced lliose needs. Alter a rattier close ?x-1 ' 'K- ne nun iihii unaer con' animation of the 1020 k.sue. we are I "'deration an offer by William Fox convinced that it is short of detail onlyNew Yorlt motion picture magnate, of i.iu,uuu ior me lumen. ijuer fan Francisco advices said a letter from ColTroth published there said that if his bid of $400,000 for the match was accepted he might stage the coqtest somewhere other than at Tijuana and that he had speculated on the crowds such an attraction would draw in New Jersey, Connecticut and Baltimore. The fans found some comfort, how er, in Kearns' statement that he pre ferred to give Coffroth an opportunity of staging the match, even at a sacrifice of "a few thousand dollars" and in Cof froth's assurance that Tijuana was the place he had in mind for the affair. PLANS TO INVADE ENGLAND. on those affairs which will come to a head just in time for the 1021 book The World Almanac is published bv the New York eWorld. Price, 50 cents. postpaid. adv. ... NEW YORK REPUBLICANS. Two Hundred and Forty Senators Will Be Chosen Sunday. Paris, Jan. 10. Two hundred and forty senators out of total of 300 . in the uppr house of' the French Par liament will be elected to-morrow. Of this number 105 Trill be for seats, the , occupants of which should have been elected in 1915; 07 to which senators should hsve been elected io 1918, and 24 will replace crnators who have dint there will, in addition, be 14 new en ators from AUace and Lorraine. Ten deputies are candidates for the upper house, and 120 former deputies have been carrying on vigorous campaigns for election. May Protest Against Suspension of So . cialists. New York, Jan. 10. Republican lead erg from all parts of the state a Mem bled here to-day for the meeting of the Republican state committees. Either Feb. 10 or 20 is expected to be chosen as the date for the state convention which will be held here, and Elihu Root probably will be chosen tempo rary chairman. The annual "amen corner'" dinner will be held here to-night. George A. tilynn, chairman of the committee, said that no other business was scheduled to come before to-day's meeting bnt before the sessions start ed members declared that a protest against Speaker Sweet's course' in the action which has resulted in the sus pension of five socialist members of the assembly might be made. SPAIN CALLS IN OFFICERS. Orders Them to Rejoin Their Units Im mediately. Madrid, Jan. 10. All army oft'u-ers on leave have been ordered by the Spanish government to rejoin " their units immediately. Mrs. Molla Bjurstedt Ma Dory, Tennis Star, Going Next Summer. N'ew York, Jan. 10. Airs. Molla Bjurstedt Mallory, former American women s national tennis champion. plans to visit England this summer in an effort to win the English title, it was learned to-day. The trip is con tingent on the ability of her husband to arrange his business affairs to per mit the trip. Mrs. Mallory expects to return in time to enter the American tournament. If Mile. Suzanne Lenirlen, the French and English title holder, makes her contemplated trip to America this year she may engnjre with the furmer Amer ican chsmpuiii on both sides of the ocean. London, Jan. 10. Regret over Amer ica's abstention from participation in the ratification of the treaty of Ver sailles is again expressed in editorials printed in this morning's newspapers. "America's absence," fcays the Tele graph, "clouds alike the prospect of the present and the future. It weakens profoundly, the moral authority of the league of nations and consequently the sense of security regarding the immedi ate future. Instead 6f new machinery for the world s future guidance stand ing ready and complete, waiting only motive power to set it going, the ma chine is not yet put together. The I'nit ed States still stands outside. The allies have waited until they could wait no longer and must now go for ward alone, deeply sensible of the Ibss they have sustained, but still hoping mat sooner or later tney win oe re joined by the great republic." lhe .Daily iNews contends! "A new world order from which America or for that matter Germsny or Russia or any -considerable fraction of .mankind is excluded It foredoomed to failure." The newspaper urges that It is ad visable to press on with the construc tion of the league, even in the event that America determined to remain outside, because "there is reasonable hope that, once the league is in being, this attitude will ultimately become impossible." Referring, like other journals, to po litical conflicts in America, regarding the league and the Versailles treaty, the Chronicle, says: "The position Is not 'very reassuring to Europeans who are living in a world shattered by war. While American, continue to debate, we may derive some crumbs of com fort from the fact that statesmen like William Jennings Bryan and Gilbert M. Hitchcock, Democratic leader in the: I hited States Senate, have no illu sions litxput the dunger of delay for Europe, and the effect It has had upon American prestige." The Montpelier high school basket ball team defeated the St. Albans team Friday evening in the armory in Mont pclier by a score of 65 to 14. It was the first real game that the high school team has seen during the season in Montpelier and they showed up very well on the armory floy. If they 'play as strong games away from home as they did last evening they will have a chance for the interscholastic chain pionship. lhe visiting cam was not strong enough to make much of a showing sgainst the home team so that in the hint period of playing almost the en tire second team was used instead of the regulars, and even with these con ditious the visiting team was unable to CUTICUR1 HEALS BABY? RASH All Over Head. Then On Body, In Pimples. , j Inflamed and Red. "My little boy broke out with a thick rasb all over hie head. It con- -sri. tinued a few days on his besd.and then went down v - 1 to his little body. It took form of patches of 91 red pimples. The skin V'Vfu wss inflamed and red, It II and be lost a lot of flesh "I started to use Cutlcura Soap and Ointment, and the rash gradu ally healed, till in ten days he was all healed." (Signed) Mrs. Samuel Aon, 75 Thurber Av., Attleboro, Mass., Sept. 30, 1918. Cuticura Soap to cleanse, purify and beautify, Cuticura Ointment to soothe and heal, are Ideal for every, day toilet purposes. ' tr B sura t lot the f K'imtlof trnnstm of Ctlticuim Tilouin n your akin. lb tfop, Ointmont nd Taleum t6c vcmrhar. "What a Lot of . ' i Shirts" Nice ARMY SURGEONS WANTED. There Are Now 730 Commissioned Va cancies in Medical Corps. There are 730 commissioned vacan cies in the medical corps, United (State army, and for the purpose of filling them examinations of all eligible appli cants will be held f n March 15 next in the United States and its colonial pos sessions, including the Panama canal nna mm atm mm 'n Vra m.o flarmintf , . . . . , . , , , , I ... 1 1 v , at, . i , i . u , m.wt ........ J (UllK anl noor iroumeu ine visiung team a goou deal. The summary wasi Montpelier. B. F. P. O'Dell, If fi 0 12 Sunderland, If I 0 2 Lamporti, rf j. B 0 12 Smith, c ... 18 0 32 DonnolJy, lg i, 3 2 8 Kane, fg 0 0 0 ' Total 32 2 ftj St. Albans. B. F. P. Doheny, If 0 0 0 Lambe, If ..... 3 0 6 Walsh, e '-. 1 0 2 Bulklev, lg "... 2 0 A Cahill, rg 0 2 2 Total 2 14 Substitutes, Sunderland for O'Dell, C'omi for Lamnerti, Mclnrue for Don nelly, Pobbs for Kane: referee. Smith i timer, Banks; scorer, Whitcomb; time, two 20-minute periods. . dance was given the St. Albans team at )8tei professional experience; state the school building. - t In a bulletin issued by Major General William (.. Ilaan, in charge of em ployment for soldiers, it is announced that the examinations will be open not only for persons who have had mil itary service in the world war, but also to civilians. The present w requires that applicants shall be citizens be tween the sees of 22 and 32 years, and that the original appointment be made in the grade of first lieutenant. Hither to it has been required that an appli cant shall hsve served at least a year as an interne in some post graduate ntal. but this condition is waived for those who have served satisfactori ly as commissioned officers for a period of at leat one year during the world war. Application for examination In this country must be addressed to the snr geon general of the army, Washington, 1). C. They must contain the following datai Kame in full; date and place of birth; permanent address; medical schools from which Graduated, with That is what men say when they come in here to select a shirt. They are surprised to see such a complete assortment of varied patterns and col orings. The choosing is easy, and their satisfaction sure. We want more men in Barre to know this store; to know how fully we have . met their desires for a place to buy without haying to go away with some thing they are not more than half sure they want. Have a look at what we have here. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers ' 122 No. Main Street Tel. 275-M f . te J POTATOES STILL HIGHER. ENLISTED NAVAL MEN GIVEN RECOGNITION ment of military service for those who have been in the war; statement of any contract surgeon service; and documen tary evidence of citizenship, if of alien birth. , All the applicants selected will be au thorized by the proper authorities t NEW YD DRIVE . SPECIAL SEiSIONS CALLED. DEVELOP ARID STATES. Governors of Nine Western States Con ferred on Plans. Denver, Col., Jan. 10. Nine moun tain states wws represented in a gov ernors' conference here to-dsy to di cuss the problems of development of arid lands of the t. The results of the ronitrene will be taken to Wa.hinpton to-nii;ht by the governors. wno win travel oy epeeisl tram. The governors expect io present a united plan fir development of the et ta the interior department. Idaho, I'las. New Meiico, Wyoming. Arizona. Wahifit'n, Nevada l.m tsna and Colorado were rpreenied. Cities Solving Food Problems. That municipalities are tackling (heir locsl food problems in a vsriety oi ways, some oi mem unusual, is ev idenced by reports received by the city marketing division of the bureau of markets, United Stales department of agriculture. Houston, Tex., which has a muni- cipauy ownea retail market timie, nasi taken over three stalls in the buildinel New Mexico, Idaho and Wyoming to Ratifying Suffrage Amendment Denver, Col., Jan. 10.- Special ses sions nf the legislatures of thre west ern ststei New Mexico, Idaho snd Wyoming will be called within the next few days for the purpose of rati fying the federal sufTrsge amendment, according to an announcement made here yesterdsy. FURTHER EXPLORATION. and is handling fruits and Vegetables ! of James and Hudson Bay Country to OPLDS VICKS VAPORUfjji For hesd or threat Catarrh try the vapor treatment t'-t A in competition with its tenants. In or der to be fair to other retailers it charges Itself wit a si) overhead ex penses psid by other deslers, including rent, and also pays wages higher than those paid in other stalls. Reports on ten weeks' operation of the city-managed stall show that it U possible to buy and sell produce in rompelitinn with local merchants at both a direct and indirert saving to ronumers. lhe experiment Is to be enlarged to in clude food product other than fruits and vegetables and is aid to be al ready serving as a stabilizing influence on prne in that city market. Allentown, Pa, has pone into farm ing on a farm acquired far other pur poe hx h. through changes in mu-' niripal plans, was lyinj: idle. Cndcr the direction of one of the citv alder-j men thi farta ia producing- vegriahjps and seiiinj them at retail in competi tion with h:pteil in produce. Ti farm a! feed. l.i head of bus ns city garbage. Local a.lvat? of the pian aw prrf-. t include the Ue of a oM brewery as a st--sge ware-bu-e f'r fxatne. aij ctVr pr-vljr. jrr"a br l.wal f.-mfr, m a ! le!i tse eify's djr. JiK-f on hln;! ; I ri-dii.-t. 1 ' Be Made. Quebec, Jan.. 10. The Dominion's chief explorer snd surveyor will make s further survey of the .lames snd Hudson Bay country in view of the construction of the Hurl -on Bay rail way, it was announced to-dsy. Is to Raise 1200,000 for Clubhouse in Boston. Boston, Jsn. 10. "Over the ton for me mi All Xew England takes up this slotran next Monday when the Yankee division starts its big offensive, the raisinc of suu.ihni tor a clubhouse in Boston a memorial for the division's hero dead left in France, a gathering place for the iving neroes returned. fcverything ia in readiness as the moment draws near for the old, fa miliar, sero hour order, "Let's go." The YD men are on the line waiting, all arms of the service represented and mobilized for action. The YD women are on the line waiting those women and every other woman of Xew Eng land. Xew England's men and children are waiting, too. Organised solidly be hind the YD, Xew England's men and children are waiting, too. Organized solidly behind the YD, Xew England is going to "csrry on" and make the YD club a reality. General Clarence R. Edwards and General Charles H. Cole are directing the drive. With them are associated all the offices of the division, all the men. Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Cole are directing the women. Then, under the leadership of F. Nathaniel Perkins. prominent Huston wool merchent. boiit of civilian committees areut work Every social and fraternal organization has its committee, every industry and business, 'every profession. Xew Eng land ia completely organized. Eight Commended by Secretary Dsn-1 appear at a designated place for exam i.i. r.ii.,t rtt..i.. -a i- I mation bv boards to De convened under Savme Human Life. I of the army. Application from tho. I nnur In the aervice must be made Washington, D. C, Jan. 10. Eight through military channels. Furthe enlisted men of the navy have been t information may be had on application commended by Secretary Daniels for J to the surgeon general of the army, gallantry displayed In saving human life, U was announced to-dav. For reapnlriff neraona from Hrownino- the A survey Of the Vote III the recent niin' I Xovember elections shows hardly an in .Inhn II Fill Newrw.rt R I , V rnw.n f mum' 111 wuiru a. icin.u vi mo Kolv.fnr. Wr.nifi IWr. war p t parly ornniMiion or ue icaieu orifaiiitu tiuLnrauiuii. m auiuv Soldier Candidates. Gallantry and presence of mind dis played after a boiler explosion on the cases defeated soldier candidates- ran the secretary also to commend, among others, Richard Johanson, Boston. ARMS NOT NEEDED. C. S. S. Caldwell, Oct. 16, last, caused hMd J ihtjT but.in ?.iany IUUIC dicia uieir(aiuru t-ii in cijr appeals based upon sen-ice in the army at home or abroad. The veterans who won were carried through usually by the strength of their tickets as a whole The very fact that comparatively few elections were held this year adds significance to the study of the vote from the point of view of the soldiers' political aspirations. Mate otneers were chosen in only four states: there were but few county elections; but in the cities and towns, where candidates are known well, personality counts greatly, yet for ex-service men were re For Men to Work, Shave and Feed Themselves Hereafter. London, Jan. 0. An invention en abling armless men to wash, shave and feed -themselves and to perform other remarkable feats such as typewriting, has just been demonstrated at the min istry of pennons. I ne appliance, win, n can oe nxea to t ,.i ; w. ln. at:tir ,amiuiiiTn any tame is worked oy tne leet. A Many veterans were eliminated in the knoD is neid net ween wie toes ana primarv elections. Ihi attached to levers connected whim- ln puuburgh what was called the the two arms which are suspended over aa.L,.iie ticket was made up almost me lauir. jiii-ae aims can it iuhcii of Vm,mrm. ranir nr from nri about and made to picK up all sorts cf ates up to lieutenant-colonels. Money VOLCANIC DUST FLIES FAR. 112 Millions used last year-v to KILL COLDS HILL'S NX And Flames are Still Being Emitted from New Volcano. .Mexico lity, .liin. 1U. names are still being emitted by the new volcano at San Miguel in the western part of the state of era trur, according to ad vices received here last night. It is stated that volcanic du-t has fallen as far as Cocomatepec. about 20 miles east of the 'new crater. Every vil lage in that vicinity has been de stroyed, while lava and floods of con taminated water from sources opened by the recent earthquake are flooding the district near tne crater. Refugees from San Miguel confirm earlier reports telling of numerous deaths from falling buildings and pois onnua gasea. Reports from Teoeelo by wsy of Vera Cruz stste a panic prevails there from the fear that the old Volcano near Cofre de Perote will become active, since cracks hsve sppesred on the sides of the mountain. CASCARAQUININE i V 11 ft v vi staaters ee.a trnr tor yara er mcx it it fuls. Tj v e w i ia nr. r: m t BREAD PRICES ASCEND. Providence Wholesale Bakers Add One Cent Poaad. Providem-e. li. I., Jan. . The baker here will incrae the who!eale prWe of bread one cent per pound- Thia articles. The inventor, a Scotch gafltter, in demonstrating his device, washed hi face with the tubatitute hands. He drank from a cup, used a knife and fork readily in cutting up food, and fed himself, put a cigarette in Ms mouth, opened an 'ordinary match box, extract ed the match and lighted the cigar ette. He turned over the psge of a ledger wss freely expended and a movement was carefully managed to overtfirow the P.epubluim organization in the count v. yet not a soldier survived the primaries. Albany defeated the sol dier apirsnts for mayor. Buffalo de feated three vetersn csndidstes lor the board of supervision, preferring three candidates for re-election. Mo bile, Ala., passed over every ex-service man. Of the members chosen for and made entries in it, drew a design the legislature of Mississippi, 60 out of on paper with a pencil snd cut the 230 were soldiers. The capital of Ohio drawing out with a pair of scissors, presented two soldier csndidstes for He demonstrated that he could do type- municipal offices; they lost. Of 20 writing, and worked a substitute for candidates whose name appeared upon a setting machine. Another applicanre the ballots in Omaha, Xeb., four were was shown for writing with a foun- former soldiers, snd three of these tain pen. The country is showing failed of election great uurrem in mm invention in riew of the possibilities it offers to the many armless soldiers to engage in numerous occupations. CARRIED MANY PASSENGERS. British Steanuhip Canopic Had Over 900 for Southern Europe. Xew York, Jsn. 10. The British steamship Csnopic leaving here to-day for Xsples and Genoa carries more than 0(10 psesmgers of whom about 800 sre in the third elss. Included in the cab in list are A. A. Bnyden of the Amer ican Red Croas, Mr. and Mr. Edward Brooks of Boston and Major General J. L. Bigger of Ottawa. On the steamer Celtic, also leaving to-day for Liverpool, are .303 paen gera. Colonel Xorman Thwaite.. Brit- i-h provost marshal at Xew York, and Mrs, Thwaitea, and C. Wilson Sear and Dr. Thomas Igg of the Br it i-h ministry of shipping, are on board.' Further Advance to $4.75 a Hundred weight in Chicago. Chicago, Jan. 10. Another big jump took place yesterday in the price of potatoes. Compared with 24 hours be fore, the market was Op to 23fo"40 cents a hundredweight at $1.75 for northern whites, almost equal to the highest record ever touched in Chi cago. Commercial Geology. The study of foreign mineral-deposits j and supplies by the geological survey, j department of the interior, has for years been incidental to the published annual inventory oi the mineral pro duction and resources of the United States. During the war, however, this study took on new importance, and worlc was begun on the study of the distribution of the world's reserves of the essential minerals, resulting in the compilation, for the use of the govern ment, of a world atlas showing the production and resources of the more important mineral commodities. After the data thus compiled had served the immediate confidential needs of the government itself the secretary of the interior warmly indorsed the proposal to prepare the material for publication, so ss to make it useful to the general public. The "Atlas of Commercial neology," the first part of which is now in press, will exhibit graphically the distribu tion of mineral production and of min eral reserves. An effort is made to give the necessary world view by means of mineral maps of every continent. The basic importance of the raw mate rial resources to the country makes it a prime public duty of citizens general ly to know the facts regarding the mineral industry, and to ascertain these facts the intensive study of our own resources is not enough ; we must talso acquire a comprehension of whilt min erals other countries contain to supple ment what we have at home. If it were possible to construct a composite diagram showing either the current output or the future reserves of the. essential minerals in ail the countries of the world the graphic ex hibit would show so large a centraliza tion in Xorth America as to suggest that here is a group of nature-favored nations, l et the present industrial de niand for fuels, metals and other ruin eral raw' materials force the America! business man to look beyond the pres ent dwide and beyond the borders oi the- United States. . "Commercial ge ology" is simply the science of goologj applied to the. problems of industry ir terms of trade. The "Atlas of Com mercial Geology" will present the baxa.' facts for use by the business man am! thus show the relation of geology u national life. Annual report, Directoi 17. S. Geological Survey. 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