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THE BAMIE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, YT., MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1920.
ALLIES MAY USE RUHR BASIN Just where and how 0 is the money to be spent I Occupation of That Ter ritory to Be Considered at San Remo Conference ALLIES PROPOSE TO FORCE DISARMAMENT France to Resist'Efforts to Revise Versailles Treaty Tti air ttatw The All Round Varnish . Varnish the bedroom furniture, touch up the woodwork, then from the same can, put a youngish look on the garden seat, and give the car a new appearance. Inorout gives a beautiful finish that is indifferent to rough weather or burning sun. You will find INOROUT right on the job for exceptionally fine work. It can be rubbed down to a deep, rich sheen that rivals velvet for beauty. New England made. Gallons, quarts and pints. Bay State Liquid Paints Upstairs and down,' or wherever there it need of paint, there ia a Bay State product to fill that need. Bay State Paints are the cheap est when you consider the service they give. W ADSWORTH, HOWLAND & CO., Inc. BOSTON. MASS. Lsrteit Paint nd Vcrniih Mmkm in Nw EntUnd You cu bur Inorout Varaith led Bit State Paint f reia LEE S. BLANCHARD, General Merchandise, Groton, Vt. (iff Paris, April l: (Havus). Allied oc eupation of the Ruhr basin in wester: Germany is beintf considered by alliei premiers assembled at. San Itemo f the meeting of the supreme allied conn oil this wpek, sav The Petit Pariitien Premiers Lloyd George, Millerand and Nitti held a. brief meeting on Sunda niirht and axrreed. in nrinoiple. on tli necessi-ty of forcing Germany to dis arm, the newspaper declare, but were not agreed as to rt lie best means procedure. There was a certain coolness between M. !Millerand and Mr. Llovd (icorge a the opening of the meeting, but it van lshed in a Miort time and the ntinoy cordiality prevailed at the, close, cording to The Matin. GOVERNMENT STOPS BUYING LIRERTYS But Will Take Them Up Through the Sinking Fund, Sec. Hous- ' ton Announces. Washington, D. '., April 10. Gov ernment purchase of Liberty bonds in the open market, except through oper ation of the sinking fund, will stop uly I, hecretary Houston announced Saturday night. A "beneficial effect" on the band market was expected to re nlt, he ad. Other officials said the ttiarkyt ia government securities had already begun to right itself and that bond quotation hereafter might be ex pected o Vend upward. Mr. Houston explained that in con tinuing the purchase of bonds under t!ie five per cent bond purchase fund the government was increa-sing its floating debt while decreasing its fund ed debt. He said that current require ment of the government were such that, if the purchase of bonds were to i continue, the treasury would have to isme more certificates of indebtedness with which to buy them. The five per cent bond purchasing ar rangement was planned by Congress to expire automatically one rear after for which funds arp available until fie expiration date. Hereafter such pur chases as the treasury may make for the bond purchase fund will be "occa ssional and not habitual," Mr. Houston said. The low levels to which bonds hae fatten were attributed by Mr. Houston to forced liquidation, by heavy bon purchasers large industrial and othc corporations who have lteen und pressure to find funds to finance thei ourrent expenditure. He added tha this had come when it had lteen neces nary for measures to W invoked whic would control credit and nmke ban loans both difficult and expensive. So announcement was made regard ing the amount of the bonds retiree through the rive per cent purchas funds. All bond bought were oli tained bv the treasury at a discoun ranging from two to seven per cent thus saving the government both, the interest for the life of the bonds, a well as the difference between their pa value and the market quotations. "T believe that the time has come," Mr. Houston said, "when the disappear ance of the government from the mar ket, except a-an occasional purchaser. will have a beneficial effect trpon the market, tor the bonds and the notes both by reducing the treasury "a current luvrrnu'itwfa ,iti t rrd ttrt- port tft..& lo. nf the termination nf war. but t he seere- indebtedness and stimulating the in tarv of "the treasury wa.s empowered teret of investment hankers and the to decide when it had served the pur- publie in Jhe market for Liberty and ictory spcnririe. 1 his offers a unioue pose of stabilizing the bond market the underlying reason for its original enactment into law. Mr. Houston's decision, however, was based largely on the fact that, on July 1 the i'3 per cent sinking fund, pro vided in the Victory loan act, becomes operative. He said itwa not his inten tion to treat the two funds as cumula tive, but to end one with the beginning of the other. The approximate amount set aside by the treasury for ue in the period between now and July 1 will be taken over by the War Finance corporation, which will make all punehases of bonds opportunity to investors. large and small, the quotation for the bonds be mg extremely attractive to investing institutions, as well as private inves tors, Both Wise. IhYmbav, "The climate of Kngli-h schoolboy, "is so bn inhabitants live elsewhere.-' "iClc," said another, shows hat you want know more than you Companion. said an J that its is a sign that to appear to do." Youth ' The Cold That Hangs On Paris, April 10 (Havas). Demand that the allies during the San Kern meeting this week resist all attempts to reie the terms of the Versailles treaty with Germany are made bv Ray mond Poincare, former president of the trench republic, in an article puh lished bv The Matin. France and ltd gimn have been "deprived of guaran tees by the failure of tireat Rritain and the Tinted States to put the tri partite convention info operation, lie savs, and the league of nations is as yet without means of action. Premier Millerand is congratulated by M. Poincare for the wisdom h showed in pursuing a "wise policy in yieiw of the necessity of stopping the fatal movement leading the allies to the precipice,"' and it is declared the allied governments should support Fraiiee against Germany. The former president asserts Germany is "violat ing the Versailles treaty and avoiding all engagements," and that France and Belgium could not have done otherwise than advance cast of the Khine when German regulars invaded the neutral zone in the Kuhr valley. GREAT RUSH TO JOIN OVERALLS BRIGADE After Boston Clergyman Appeared in His Pulpit Wearing Overalls and Jumper. Boston, April If). Overalls headed the shoppers' list to-day in numerous Boston homes. After Rev. Ijouis L. Dtinnington appeared lat night, in his pulpit at Orient Heights Methodist Kptscopal church wearing overalls and jumper, more than 200 'of his congre gation signed the "overalls pledge." At Medford, Rev. Rollin S. Tuttle, clad in white denim overalls, preached his first sermon as pantor of the Hill side Methodist Episcopal church and commenced organizing an overalls and old clothes club. Groups in sewral other Vew England communities have adopted the overall plan as a method oj combating present prices of clothes. SPREADS INTO CANADA. Overall Club Idea Is Meeting With General Favor. St. Thomas, Ont., April 10. The overall crusade in the 1'nited States has spread over the border to Canada, and dubs have been organized here and at several nearby towns. More than 'i(M employes of the Michigan Central railroad have joined the local club. The Wallaceburg club was organized to day within large membership. FRANCE MUST KEEP ARMY OF 700.000 This is No. 6 of a series of advertisements, prepared by a competent physician, explaining bow certain disease which attack the air passages such as Pneumonia. Influenza, Whoop ing Cough, Meas'.ea or even along continued Cold often leave these organs in an inflamed, congested state, thus affording a favorable foothold for invading germs. And how Vick'c Vapo Rub may b of value in this condition. A cold is simply an inflamma tion cf some part of the air pas sagesthroat, larynx or bronchial tuoes just like a sore is an in "animation of the skin. A long rontinued cold means constant raflammation and this constant Inflammation frequently weakens ;he air passages so that they jeeome an easy point of attack mr invading perms of more serious !:?vases. A "cold that hangs on. ' hcrefore. is simply nature's "red indicating that there is "trouble below," and this warning Jiould never be neplccted. Nightly applications cf Vick's ?poKub will aid nature to clear ip that inflammation. Because Ticks acts locally by ft-mulation 1 ru the skin to draw cut the r.flarnrration. attract the blood iv- av from the congested ?;xts iiVapoRubbi) and relieve the cough. In addi tion, the medicinal ingredients of Vicks are vaporized by the body heat. These vapors are breathed in all night long, thus bringing the medication to bear directly upon the inflamed areas. Vicks should be rubbed in over the throat and chest until the ski n is red then spread on thickly and covered with hot flannel cloths. Leave the cloth ing loose around the neck and the bed clothes arranged in the form ot a tunnel so the vanors arising may be freely inhaled. If the cou?h is annoying, swallow a small bit of Vicks the size of a pea. Samples to new users will be ser.t free on request to The Yicfc Chemical Company, 235 Broad Mrcet, ijrecniixro, I. C lour .4 gainst Cid Until 3nemy Countries Show Their Cood Will by Executing Terms of the Treaty. Pari. April in. France must main- am an army of .00,0(10 men until en- mt countries "show their irood will executing the erm of their trca- tie." in the opinion of jfwernment of- ticial. according to newspaper here. I lan undsr contemplation call for .To fXHl conscript constantly under train in, IS months' service being required for eac.i man. Wajrc Hiual to tho-e paid industrial workers. e tJie cost ot tooi and ludir ing provided by the government, will be paid rnli:ed men and conscript w!h re-enlif. Kiile relative to the length of hair, mopta he and beard, which since early in the war have been very strict, have been relaxed. In future a soldier mar cut hi beard in any way hi fancy may dictate, and he need not bae his hair closely craped, flld regulation permitted lieard. but specified they niu-t not be o luxuriant as to hide collar insignia. For the Churchs Worx at Home. A acore of Items come under thia bead. Consider only one. Five and a half million people in the United States cannot even read and write the English language. Who is to carry forward this vast work of Americanization jf the Church does not? For Hospitals and Homes. Every year thousands of men and women seriously ill art turned away from Church hospitals because of tack of room. The children's homes are compelled to tu;n away more children than tbey can receive. For Religious Training. At least 12,000,000 children and young people under 25 years of age are entering Ameri can life without any religious training at all. Remembering the faith of Washington and Lincoln, do you think that America will continue to produce Washingtons and Lin coln! if Faith dies out of the hearts of its youth? ' For Higher Education of the 450,000 American students in institutions of higher grade, one-half are in institutions founded and supported by the Churches. Many of these institutions have had no great endow ment campaigns, but their needs are just as pressing as the needs of larger schools; and you have only to read their list of alumni and alumnae to measure the value of their contribution to America. For the Church-s Work Abroad. Influenta eama first from the Orient thirty years ago; nearly all plagues are Oriental plagues. So long as China has only one phy sician o every 400,000 people the Orient will continue to be a menace. So long as one-third of the babies of India die before their second year our own babies are not safe. A Christian doctor or teacher sent abroad is working for America as truly as though he worked at home. . . i ' 6 PREACHERS' SALARIES. The preacher is called the"For gotten Man," and well he may be. Eight out of tea preachers are paid less than $20 a week I A businesslike Answer to a businesslike Question THIRTY denominations cooperating in the Interchurch World Movement have budgeted their needs. No busi ness could have done it more scientifically. They have united to prevent the possibility of duplication or waste. At least a million dollars will be saved by the fact that thirty individual campaigns are joined in one united effort. Each denomination has arranged its needs under six main heads as shown at the left Each denomination has its own detailed budget, and will ad minister its own funds. Your pastor has copies of the budget: examine them for yourself. In the week of April 25th-May 2nd you will be given your opportunity to help. You can do it with the full satisfaction of knowing that every dollar of your gift has its post of service assigned to it in advance. Every dollar for a better America and a better world. When your church calls on you, give and give from your heart as well as from your pocket-book. United Financial Campaign April 25th-May 2nd INTERCHURCH World Movement of D&rth America Tie pUitmH iflhU tdnHiitmuU it wdl.twihU tiraai tki nprratim tf thirty drmimatimr Topics of the Home and Household. SIX AMERICAN DEAD JUST DISCOVERED More Than 17 Million Jr Vn YrarK 0 ! They Were Killed on Battlefield asd Ihee. Covered Up by Shell Bursts. f'ari. April 19. BMie f : Amer- i.-an eitldier. ki.Sed on th ha tlrtield and burwd by ut.Yun! bil burt, hve hen di-r erd by Aiwri-an re lief wtrk'T i ar Verdun. a.T-ord to (tr.. ; sTKiti rerrmonir aeje at om-e heid and tb -pt a uiatVH o th!,the mar be exhumed bv th crate r"2-t ri ion eri ?-sr and i'T g.t'w m.i err hu;ai. 1 if d -nxrrr ma ie in the i. in.tv of Fr-tc fn Woetre. here trrt.t. ftiht i' t.k p "e d i: r.j the euuir.a cf 11 It v.... want an mn'ommonly rich ri'e pmldinp make it with cream and ej;tr. The rire should lie t-ovked first with milk. Srreen. for door and window should have been enameled In-fore le ing put away lat fall, but if they were not. there i time to do it now and have them ready when warm weather come. f'aserole Rite and (lieene One cup crated rheee. three rupa rooked rife, two tablespoonful oleomargarine, two tablespoon flour, one half cup evapor ated milk, two thirds rnp water. alt and pepper. Make white eaure from flour, oleomargarine, milk and water, add rheese and when melted mix thor oughly with buttered ernmbs. Bake JO minute. H0VT TO LOWER YOUR MEAT BILL (Hint from Department of .lutk-ei Peaalty ef Coaoe.t. 1 f t Tri- can K tted t tie bl.rf tKt o!r w f Tr tn4 quite a mn s we fr tw'.. Ilea putting a mrip of baron around eaeh one, leave them in the cooler over night and sell all of them next day at jrood prii-es. Many butehere could eell more than they ran supply. The butcher ha tliu turned into an aset or profit- maker that portion which ha hereto fore lieen considered a Um. Steak and roant can be bad from the shoulder, lamb roll from the neck. breast and houlder.x and neck slices are obtained by rutting. fhe neck in section crosswise, so that the meat ha the appearance of chop and is a very inviting dish when used a a stew or potted lamb en casserole. The cheeper cuts of lamb are made from the breast, shoulder, shank and neck, which com bined are about 1H per rent of the lamb. I j nib i a healthful food for all peo ple. It i very nutrition, wholesome and palatable and in calorie vahiju is equal or superior to anv otheE-tneat. The boned and rolled hou,3er peti tioned aboie i ued for resting pur poses; it rau also le cut, to any de sired weight or can be sliced into Sara toga chip. ! I nited Ntir government statistics 1 ten u that each year the average housewife Jnv for every peron in her household only about five pound of lamb a compared with about 71 pound" of pork and 7 pounds of beef. I.' all American lamilie u-ed lamb one day a week it wouid mean more than JO pound of lamb aniiimlly er rapits. or lour time the preent consumption. More than that, tee head of the fem VJ, who pays the bill, would no doubt me nol expensive ruts. .n a-maw-is not all hop and steak, other III less expensive parts of the animal I i. 1 1 1 .j - ...... 'II Sure Housewives Buy Lamb sad Mutton Ua wisely. The est nuts lamb caameipn whih; i fie Mr conducted throughout the roiintry at the present time before ed lepe. Hometic wience c)oril. wom en' clubs, variou institution, public hool. meat markets, etc . has brought B"t j before the general pul.e the value ot' 2k I I fUkfT hmb a a food rrsl'i. t b.it e-pecsTv llvl I I ha it demon.trsted the valoe and economy of the rher .nf of limh huh hsre Ikww ncpieeied. It has bea a contention cf tHe retailer for year that a rat part cf tW fore j' r"r the nk. hoi!der. hank and hreast must he sold at a ls or een-tu- !'y reach the scrap or K.ne Iwx. tetail ..i'-Ket Jre o.i t Wee eTl f-rciinrr r1. fnt thein ti...h the tn'st rtnd"r. ' -n !l-etfi a f'd w i'i them i;p iiito jan.h psnic,- 6 BtLL-ANS Hot water Sure Relief f-OR INOiGCSTIOK eaeourage purchasing the rhesper lamb ewta iatrVead of merely a few chop at a tin. A shoulder of lamb, being smaller than, the average beef joint and leas expensive, should appeal espe cially to small familie. TVe marketing expeditions should be sn education in economy. 'It usually pays to shop before you bny. It usuallv psti to do vour market ing personally rather than telephone your order. f 41 nib steak and lamb chops take but a few moments to cook, but they are the iiost expensive ruts. .. a Iamb and less must be used and can be made into tasty dishes. Breast of lamb contain more meat than bone, yet it often sells for half the price of pork sparerib, and some retailers on account of a limited demand for the forequarter cuts rind it ne.sary to convert these cheaper rut int-s sausage in order to sell them at all. Iamb' is av- somewhat seasonable meat, by far the grester psrt of the lamb resrhing he market during the latter half of the vear. In the spring around f ester time, lamb may be a hich or higher than other meat. In the fall and early winter it is nearly always mueh cheaer. The following average price com- I piled by the National Wool Grower: association from representative retail- er throughout the country show com I parative level of the different meats' in the tall es-on a thf r occurred in the middle of October. 1M. 1 hese fig nres are not applicable now, except ; that tbey empbaire a typical relation- 1 ship: I l-emb-Ieff. 37 cents: loin. 44 wt: 1 shoulder, -Ji cent; rib ihopt, 4", ! cent . SVM Ie;. rents; a"n. -1 cet; H.i.dr. !'; -en1: rho.. Tti cent. 1 l'4k loia. 4 cent; tresis ham. 3-1 i cent. j fWi -S r'o-m. 4 nts: porterHntw. : 44 cent: tefi4erloi. ceats: rraied steak. r.H rem. I Thee prcc were f.tf 1?e l--t ftwl i'v saee's in a" . Mattel Stew with Rarler Cut mcst f - -m k r small j vs. Tut in kitt'e t t cover. l"se about 's cupful water to a pound of meat. Add onions, car rot, salt and pepper. For each pint liquid add one-third tup pearl barley, bimmer gently two or three hours. Dorothy Dexter. At the Baak. Souse (producing roll 1 What (hivk can 1 get for thi? Teller Four per cent. rjoua landing over the roll 1 fJood tI Wrap up the whole works. Pitt PTrir. Eggstraordinary Coincident The custom ha prevailed with a certaJn Kpiscopal church in California of presenting each scholar of the Sun day school with an egg at the celebra tion of Faster. On one occasion, when that point in the service was reached which had been set apart for his in teresting ceremony, the clergyman rose and made the annoiinrement: "Hyms No. 41fl, 'Begin. My Soul, the Exalted Lay.' after which the egg will be dis tributed." Boston Transcript. W. I X rr.t ?tf I BREAD FLOURS OF QUALITY MILLED TO SUIT YOU "Monadnock" and "Angelus" Brands No better or more economical Flour was ever sold at any price under any brand. .MORE LOAVES TO THE BARREL ASK YOUR GROCER I I! i; I I i i