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.THE BAItRE DAILY TIMES, BARTCE, VT., SATURDAT, APKII, 3, Wv.
WILL CALL OFF RUHR STRIKE The passing o f .'tne HestintheLonfflRun THE INNER TUBE is the pneumatic of your tire for the only practical way of making a tire pneumatic is to equip it with an inner tube. The tube is there to hold the air-it serves no other purpose. Goodrich Red Inner Tubes hold the air because they are scientifically constructed. They fit the tires. Try one onyour car! INNER TUBES The 3. F. Goodrich Huhher Company, Akron, Ohio Makeri of the Silviktowm Cord Tin Decision Reached at Ple nary Session of Exec utive Council SAYS A DISPATCH TO COPENHAGEN Strike Will Be Renewed if Government Does Not Fulfill Obligations WILSON'S DA UGHTER "ADOPTS" TW O SERBS WELLS RIVER Miss Margaret Wilson Is to Act as Godmother to a Boy and a Girl Whoso Father Was Killed in the War. Xew York, April 3. Miss Margaret Wilson, eldest daughter of the pres ident, has "adopted" two Serbian war orphans, a boy and girl whose lather was killed in battle in 1914, according to Mme. Slavko firouitch, wife of the Jupo-SIav minister at Washington, and director of the Serbian aid fund. The children will continue, however, it was said, it live with their mother at: Ncgotin, Serbia, which is near the Ru manian border. Mme. Orouitch is now seeking other godmothers and aid fori Serbian children in a tour of Texas : and Oklahoma. MILLION DOLLAR WHISKEY DEAL 5,000 Barrels Sold to Cincinnati Drug Firm. . Cincinnati, April 3. A million-dollar whiskey deal was consummated yester day when a Cincinnati drug firm pur chased from a Kentucky distillery for medicinal purposes, warehouse certifi cates for 5,000 barrels or 250,1)00 gal lons of the liUor. The sale price was M.30 a gallon, the government tax tr-'.'M and the stale tax 50 rents, mak ing the total cost per gallon $4. THREE MEXICANS SHOT Were Smuggling Goods Across Mexican Border. Laredo, Tex., April 3. In a battle Thursday between four American cus toms inspectors and seven alleged Mex ican smugglers 40 miles from Iaredo. three of the smugglers were shot to death and the others escaped, presum ably crossing the Rio Grande into Mex ico. None of the Americans was in jured. News of the light was received here yesterday. i lue to a wrecK on tne v.. v. near j Randolph, the C. V. express trains were run over the M. & V. and B. A M. iron into White River Junntion, via Wells River, last Tue-day. This means con siderable extra work for the station man here in the distribution of mail sacks, etc. Under the new order of affairs at the local station, the following men are working on the baggage: (ieorgv Learned, 6 p. m. to 2 a. m.; Frank George, 7 a. ni. to 4 p. m.; Albertis George, 7 a. m. to 4 p m.; John Kvans, 2 p. m. to 9 a, m.; Joe Lamere. 9 a. m. to 5 p. in. The oerators are back on their Sunday work,- making all these jobs seven days a week. Operators are Dcwn Uochey," first, Whiteher second, Hamilton third. Mts. Carrie Warren of St. Johnsbury was a visitor in town Friday and Sat urday of this week. George Clark of Barre was a visitor at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Les lie Bailey, for a few days this week. John Matin left Friday night for visit, to relatives and friends in New j Bedford, Mass., for over Easter. j Several from here attended the IX)-' ver-St. Johnsbury basketball game lat Thursday evening. The game was with out doubt the fastnst seen in this sec tion for several years, St. Johnsbury winning 18 to 17." Dover has the fast est team and we believe would win four out of five games. A dance given in village hall last Friday night was well attended. Mu sic was furnished by Klark's orchestra. JOIN-THE-CHURCH SUNDAY. Culmination of the Interchurch' Evan gelistic Campaign To-morrow. Middlebury, April 3. While Easter music will be a big feature of the serv ices in the churches to-morrow it will not receive air the attention of the , church leaders. Their interest will be ; centered to a large extent in the num ber of persons who will join the mem bership of tb co-operating denomina tions in the interchurch world move ment as a result of the efforts made in connection with the nation-wide evan gelistic campaign which culminates to morrow, j he day Has Keen designated; "Join-the-church Sunday. It is confidently expected that the returns will -show an increase in all areas of the denominations of the 30 co-operating bodies. The churches are also planning to conduct a nation-wide follow-up evangelistic campaign to con tinue for 40 days from Faster to Pen tecost. During these days they will in tensify instead of relaxing their evan gelistic endeavors after their ingather ing of members of Easter .Sunday, (me of the plans suggested is to organize the newly enlisted members in what, is termed the "Win One legion." The slogan of the Easter campaign will re main the same as the one used in the Ijcnten campaign, '"Every Christian an evangelist and every church a center of evangelism and community service." Copenhagen., April 3 Decision to call off the general strike in the entire Ruhr industrial region was reached at a plenary session of the executive council of that district yesterday, ac cording to a dispatch received here from Essen. It will be renewed, how ever, if the Berlin government fails to fulfill obligations entered into with the workers, ond in particular if it, fails to halt the movement of troops against the Ruhr district - ; cold house per outfit, and up EUROPE SUSPICIOUS OF U. S. ARMAMENT London Newspaper Says United States Is Under Influence of Emotion Caused By Revolt From War. London, April 3. Discussing the American presidential situation and its possible eiYect on the relat ionship be tweeu Great Britain and the I nited States, the Daily News, under the cap tion: "America and Arms," reTers to the reaction from war in the I'nited States. "Rightly or wrongly,'" the newspaper says, "America revolted against the treaty her representatives had helped to draft, and under the influence of that emotion resolved not merely to maintain her detachment from Europe but to arm herself potentially against Europe. "Nothing will bring the two hemi spheres together mote rapidly titan a demonstration from this side of the Atlantic of a sincere resolution to dis arm. Nothing could be more beneficial to Anglo-Ameriean relations than an invitation extended more than once by Walter Hume Long, speaking officially as first lord of the admiralty, for com petition with America, not to iricrease armaments, but to decrease tjiera. Why you should buy this IDEAL - A rcola Hot Water .Heating The IDEAL-Arcola Radiator-Boiler has taken its place among the most worthy inventions of the age which have contributed to the com fort and welfare of mankind. The introduction of the IDEAL-Arcola Radiator-Boiler has been attended with wonderful success. An economy almost unbelievable Dwellers in every climate have given it the most thorough and practical test throughout the past severe winter. They found its operation to be wonderfully simple, its economy almost unbelievable and ideal in its results. We will hold the price down to the lowest level just as long as economic conditions will permit. Why it is the biggest bargain in heating! Here is a necessity of life offered to you at bargain price. The IDEAL-Arcola outfit will never wear out. No other device will heat your home with as much economy in the use of fuel. Nothing else is as safe or as easy to run. It is the solution of the small-house-heating-problcm. ( You can take a year to pay Why pay the costs of doing without? Every day or week that you contrive to get along with old faulty, wasteful heating methods you are actually paying the cost of doing without. Figure it this way, the IDEAL-Arcola Radiator-Boiler outfit becomes a permanent and valuable addition to your home. It is property that will never decrease in value. Every IDEAL heat ing plant in the world today is worth more than its owner paid for it. No matter how lone it has been in service. Think that over! The price is a real bargain and to help you further you can if desired take a year to pry. Could anything be more liberal? We want a dozen outfits in every neighborhood. Hence our offer A Breakfast Food In Granular Form Different from the ordinary prepared cereal in many ways. GrapeNuts is baked for twenty hours, has a very like able, nut-like flavor: is easily digested end is particularly worth while because of its staunch, health build ing qualities. GrapcOuts needs no sugsr Kemp's Balsam WolStopthaiCoug:! GUARANTEES MIDDLESEX Xoruian Stockwell was eallrd to Lyn don Thurdny by (he death of his brother. Dorm an Stockwell, a former resident of this place. Roy Jacobs of Hartford. Conn., was a giiest of his brother, Ralph, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Willism Newnall and daughter, Cnlista, entertained several ladies at their home Thursday afternofin. New sugnr on mow, with doughnuts and pickle, were erved. Mi, Lucy Swift left for her work at Saratoga. X. V.. Wednesday evening. Mildred and Paul Bigelow are ill with mumps. Waldo Miles of St. Alliens was in town Wednesdar. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lonjr and Mr. snd Mrs. M. II. Bragg of Beverly, Mass., were at K. J. Katon's Thursday morning, en route for Waitsfie'.d. being called home by the illness of their grand father. A. I). Bra;rg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daniels expect to move soon onto the 1-evi Swift farm, over ahich' Mr. Daniels will have charge. Miss Besie Stock ell poos Satur day to Norwich to resume her teaching for tr.e spring term. Francis O'tonnell of Boston was a business visitor in town recently. - Mr. Stcdman and family, who are mot in? onto a farm in North Kays'on. spent Thursday night at Herman Col lins'. Ralph -lae'bs went Thursday on a business trip to Boston. The Triumvirate. A banqueter tells this rather good story on himself. He was making a speech at a dinner and in the course of his remarks he said, "America has pro duced three great men Washington, Lincoln and I myself" At this point a burst of laughter drowned the rest of hi remarks. He had intended to say "think Theodore Roo-evelt." The laughter got his goat and he sat dowu without saying anything more. Bos ton Transcript. High Priced. The depreciation of o:ir currency to ds J is nothing t l compared with the slump in t or.fedcrate I'fr mon-y afler the t iv il war. l.en. Mulhol'and relates that shortly after l.ec's surrender h heard to Confederate sold en laarg-ainin over a vcrv ordinary looking tors. "H1I do for my farm. Jim." said c;re. ""Ill give you 2V(0 for him." o " said the o;-r. ".! e tm "No. tne von '. J"!"" "Not m. t. '" fep...- te nT. t j.isl I'j-d ; cast t kave b tu t '!. " UviLuC lictaid. BAKER'S COCOA is nvclcome Y ill "QO not nuke the mis take of riuriking that cocoa is only an occa sional ilrink. It b so val uable a food beverage, so rich in the elements of nutrition, so delicious in flavor, and so wholesome that it should be used regularly and often. Rociirt tf Ook mtfrtt WAITER. BAKTR & CO Hi CLAIMS OF AMERICAN CITIZENS Those Filed Against Germany More Than a Billion Dollars. Washington, Apri! 3. Before turn ing back (ierman property seized in thij country, Congress should eonaider the claims American citizen have filed ! against (iermanv, Alien Property On- toaian tiarvan aeeiarea yesterday Be fore the House interstate commerce committee. Testifying at a hearing on bills re lating to the status of American worn ens who married aliens, Mr. (iarvan said state department records probably would tihow that American cluims ex ceeded oue billion dollars. "While individuals ought not to be made to pay injuries inflicted by the German government," he said, "it might be wise to hold the seized prop erty until there is "assurance that (Ier manv will pay damages. . I am in fa vor of holding it jintil Germany fur nishes security." Answering Chairman Ksch. Mr. (iar van sitid he did not believe a joint reso lution declaring the war ended even if signed by the president would affect the situation respecting alien property. "I think it necessary," he said, "that Congress eiiHct comprehensive legisla tion providing relief for American women who imirnea aliens ami wnose property is no in my possession. There are about 47,fHH such cases. "I would like to see relief provided for the people of Alsace-Irrnine, who, though controlled by Germanv, never lost their lovaltv to Kranr. Although their land has been returned to France, they tind thHt we hold much of their property ami France has protested that it' be restored." WILL BE SOLD TO FRENCH. German Ships Which Were Seired by Braiil Will Be Taken by Syndicate. Paris. Anril 3 n ash German ships seized bt Brar.il will be taken over bv a syndicate of French ship owner on payment of $2t!.0tM),mf, ac cording to the Journal, which sirs the matter ha been definitely settled. Which family do you think is in the better position to succeed in business or socially? Why continue to pay the high cost of the shortcomings, drudgery and brief life of old' fashioned healing when the economies of IDEAL-Arcola heating will soon repay first cost? Phone your local dealer today! The IDEAL-Arcola delivers the oft, radiant' warmth of hot water not the dry burnt -out atmosphere of stove heating. There is no fire risk to building no danger to ' children fire lasts for hours 1 For Soft Co For Hard Anr Fitter will furnuh in sins to sail room and climatic condition!. . 1-B iz lL!t.AX-Arola will) 1UU kj. tu ot Kaatstioa ui 2B " " " 1 50 " " 163 3.8 " " 200 " 198 4-B " " " 250 " " 234 K-B " " 300 " 270 f No. 1-A Six IDEAL-Areola wit H5 so, ft. f Radiatioa SI SO 2-A " 20O " 1S1 3 A " " 26S " 234 A K " " " 331 " " 279 5 A " M 400 " " 327 Prices include Expansion Taak and Drain Valve. Prices do not include tabor, pip mnA fittions. Radiation is of rezulnr 38-in. heisht 3-column AMERICAN Pcerlra. in sua u needed to suit your rooms. EASY PAYMENTS, if desired. Outfits shipped complete f. o. b. our nearest warehouse at Boston, Providence, Worcester, Eprinifield tMats.). Albany. New York, Philadelphia, Hnrrisburt. Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati. Birmingham, Detroit, Chicago. Milwaukee. Indianapolis. Minneapolis. St. Paul. Dei Moines, or St. Louis. Simple way of heatinc a 5 -room rellarlest cottage by IDEAL Areola Radiator-Boiler and 4 AMERICAN Radiators. Ask for r-'zlza (free) showing open iew of beating layouts of 4-, 5-, . bt.A 7 -room cottages, tores, shops, offices, stations, schools, Zjvks, garages, banks, etc. Catalog showing open views of houses, individual flats, stores, offices, etc., with the IDEAL-Arcola Boiler in position will be mailed (free). Settle your heating question for as long as you live write today. Sold by all dealer AmericanFadiator Company -1 or write us at Federal Street Boston, Mass. No exclusive agents Public Showroom at Chicago. New York. Bosto.. Prcde. Worcester. lade!phm. Harrisborf. Albany. Syracuse, Rochester, Bunslo, rlttsourgn. ueveiana, ueuoijr . urana nepias. iuaian-po.1., . . ---- tj i.. k, p!i rv.iu.h St. Loui. Kanaaa Cirr. Das Mo.net. Omaha. Denser. San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle. Spokane, Portland, Toronto. 231 ONLY TEMPORARY PEACE TERMS. Between Allied Powers and Central Empires, Says Apponyi. Budape.!, April 2. fount Albert Apponyi. returning here from Paris to lny fiir a conference with Admiral Horthy, Hungarian regent, and party leaiicri. ieciHred that, pea.-e treaties between the allied powers and the cen tral empires were only temporary in nature. "My Impression is," he said, "that no allied statesman sisicerely believes the present peace treaties ran hold for onj. I have not lot hope and believe the position of Hungary to be Letter than it was a month ago." I Topics of the Home and Household. NO MEAT TWO DAYS. P ! New Restrictions Put Into Effect by Italian Government. Home, April .1 (Haves). Xew re strictions on the use of meat, bread. in a decree issued br the government. : J4I i onunijuion 01 m-.-i. i- jiwiuuh Ihursdays and Fridays. t : 1 l"r :n vcfc, "6 w IV.IIII'II Iss. liniiiir' j w m w ass, m ju s, m 1 1 - - - . . A ' aw For Coughs, Colds, and the relief of in flanimatory conditions the throat arising rom Bronchial, Asth matic attections ana drranfjtroents of the Rtspitsiory Organs. Prepared from Spruce Gum and Other medi cinal agents. Success fully used for 60 years, aiaara kav Las ateurS"-' , ' as, '" ' ? : " m A S) m . . - . STV . riTli lest farm labor New England farmers will be able to grow even larger crops by using Essex Animal Fertilizers. Made from the best organic materials. BLOOD. BONE AND MEAT, to which we add high grade chemicals. Always active) aad reli able. Toe worn etui soil we era selling aa Aniasal Fertiliser with 4, water-soluble POTASH. Etsea Fertilizers are especially profitable to the farmer became they save labor and grew greater crops aa the sasae auasber et acres for high market prices. Farmers are cautioned to eater ardesrs early as supply of raw anarerials is uncertain. Write for our Booklets about hew to grow crops aad for our agent's aaase. Local agents wanted. ESSEX FERTILIZER CO, Boston. Mass. Irairt CsaaaliSaSii BaasWiaf Cat. Hgtrawse leas mmmmmomsmBnsrmntmx.'rmitim a.s.2 - . v Boil the clothesline before using il, and it will not stretch. Iron round doilies from the center outward towards the scallops, if you want to insure their flatness. s a Peppers with Tomato Stuffing Cut the tops "from sir young preen pep pers, scoop out the seeds and mem brane, boil five minutes, drain and cool. Moisten half a cupful of bread crumbs with one-iuarter of a cupful of melted butter, add one cupful of chopped and drained tomato pulp, one tablespoonfiil of grated cheese, half a cupful of stock arid one-quarter of a teaspoonful of salt. Kill the peppers with the mix ture and bake an hour, basting with one half cupful of boiling water mixed with one tablespootiful of butter. a a a Uses for Corn Meal Some time ago the country at large was nrired to eat more corn meal. It did, but it seems to have stopped when the urging ceased, says the Uurlinpton Clipper. When so much corn mesl was being Used in place of wheat and other foods many recipe which had not been used for years were revyed and the list of corn meal possibilities was consider ably enlarged. The use of corn meal mijht lie revived now to very good ad- 1 vtrtage, not because wheat i abnor mally expensive or scarce but because : corn 'meal is so good. j Hot corn bread (jobnnie cakei are; ! iied more etcnie!y in the South I ' than in other parts of the country, but i coin bread is only one of the laige , iiiimlcr of reeiwa where the white enl ' ycMow corn mesl can he used sinress- ; ' iiillr. ! j t orn meal muh is not popular he ! caii-e the real flavor is not known to . ! tnoi people. orn meal cannot be J cooked in an hour or less. It takes 1 ; cveral hours of cooling at a low tern- j pcratiire to thoroughly develop i fl- ', i v-r. It shn!d le cooked at leat ' ' to eight boors if it is ed for cereal.: , The hest result cB be obtained from i 'a firetess o.ker. but if you base io , I fir-lex cooker, put il on the sve to ' co.,k for an hour oier a fanly hot tire.' ; and then let it set on tie bs. k part of i jibe stwe and ieam until m"Tn:n? j j tne of the m-t pf.j.u'ar recipe d'tr- j i ing the war was the com mcsl and, ', mashed potato mi ns. The snuftins ? nere !y baked ar-rtit Z miintes set , the com meal s d necked. ;hcn the f.ne ml w ned the re- uli were e-i'.t. bit tHe - meal gave l-tt-r ie,ilts V,ee it wa . eMted t.r! - AV.wrch H kav not ne4 eT m! I muih wtil tui tl a aivitv;e i.:m to. their list of satisfactory foods. As a delightful food alone it will make a delightful change from the other ce reals if cooked long enough no that the flavor is fully developed. Dorothy Deleter. HAMBURG A GRAVEYARD Of the Dead Glories of the German Merchant Marine. "Washington. April 3. Hamburg to day may be described as an imposing monument to the dead glories oj the German merchant marine, according to Consul Francis R. Stewart, who vas detailed by the American commission in Berlin to investigate conauions ai the former premier German port for that body. A report from Mr. Stewart detailing' the result of his inquiry has just reached the department of com merce. "A short trip through the haihor quickly disclose what a graveyard the port has become," the consul reported. "Tugs and lighter are tied up here and there, apparently forgotten. One small cruiser rests, deserted, alongside a pier; electric crane are motionless on unused docks; floating elevator and docks are moored in rows, probably in readiness for delivery to the allies. "The giant Bismarck (.o.ihm(-iti Hamburg-American linen tloats a', it fitting-out pier without a siirn of life on board and from a launch no new work could be seen in any of the big shipyards. Tied up to another pier in the outer harbor is the former Atlantic record-holder, the steamship Dcutach land, relic of the war, painted a deep black over all, with spot of while showing here and there where passing craft have scraped her sides, a prim reminder of the glories once held by the German merchant fleets." Regular service is being maintained with holland. Kngland and North America, and lines were about to start service for Spain and South America, but the "free port" is apparently dead, Sir. Stewart reported. He Swore On Again. Wife (resding; !e:ten Mamma says she" delighted t-o hear that you've lett off smoking. Hub Oh, indeed! Wife She always deleted the smell of tobacco, but now she will come and make us a good long visit. Bottou Transcript. EC All Shoes Are Not Expensive to 'A Ofk a3C not at the Thayer McNeil store. Even in these daya of the $ 1 5 and $20 shoes, we have been able to plan for the woman with a less ample purse. Here'a an example: Woman's Blucher Oxford at $9. Order by Mail Perfect Fit Guaranteed Pastas Prepaid saU.S. a good, common men shoe for every day wear trim in appearance aad built lor aemce. B'.ak Vici kid ) modified plastic last ; leather, baed in back: comfortable oae-inch military heel; Good year vet It ao',e. A splendid va'ue at the price. FULL LINE OF NEW SPRING HOSIERY Footwear Catalogue Gladly Mailed oa Request THAYER McNEIL COMPANY 47 Tenpla Placa, Buotaat, Mass. NEW ENGLAND'S FOREMOST RETAIL SHOE STORE kYi a k: 7ZU'C