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THE BARKE DAILY TIMES, HAKKE, VT.V TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1920.
CANADIANS CHAJHPIONS Easily Defeated Sweden in the Olympian Hockey Championship SCORE WAS 10 TO 1 IN ANTWERP MATCH Stockholm Chosen for 1921! International Hockey Championship Antwerp, April 2fl (By Itho Asuoci ated Press). banada won the Olytn- WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND . SWAMP-ROOT , For many years drugs'18 have watched with much interest the re markable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kitl nev, liver and bladder medicine. It is a physician's prescription. Swamp-Root is a (strengthening med icine. It helps the kidneys, liver and bladder do the work nature intended they should do. Swamp-Boot has stood the test of years. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and it should help you. Sro other kidney medicine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swainp-Root and start treatment at once. However, if you wicb. first to tettt thfs great preparation, send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer fc Co., Binghamton,'N. V., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention the Barre Times. Adv. SPRING AILMENTS Relieved by a Weil-Known Medicine of Superlative Merit. Spring ailments are duo to impure, impoverished, devitalized blood. Among them are pimples, boils and other eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, a run-dotyn condition of the- system, and somjetimes chronic weaknesses made worse. Hood's Sarsaparilla combines the roots, barks, herbs, berries and other medicinal that have been found, in many years of intelligent observation, to be the most elfective iu treatment of these ailments. Successful physicians . prescribe these ingredients for diseases of the Mood, stomach, liver and kidneys, and in cases where alterative and tonic effects are needed. Hood's Kareaparilla is the spring medicine that puirties, enriches and re vitalizes your blood, increasing power of resistance to disease. For a laxative take Hood's Pills. Adv. pian hockey championship to-night easily defeating Sweden by score of 12 to 1. Sweden's goal was scored in the first half after ten minutes of play. The victors had easily scored five goals when Svenson, Swedish right defense, carried the puck down near to the Ca nadian goal and drove it irtto the net. Stockholm was chosen for the 1021 European and international hockey championship matches. The matches are to be played in February or March, with Americans and Canadians partici pating. - Max Sillig of Switzerland was cno n president of the International Hockey association. 51 Charters Revoked. Cleveland, April 27. Charters of 51 local lodges of Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen have been revoked to date for violating the rules of the brother hood by participating in the unauthor ized strike of switchmen, W. (!. Lee, president of the organization, an nounced yesterday. VOTING LIGHT IN BAY STATE Primaries Held To-day to Elect Delegates to . Conventions SEVERAL CONTESTS IN BOTH PARTIES Wood Delegates' Are Op posed by Men Seeking to Go Unpledged Boston, April 27. Massachusetts voters balloted to-day to elect four delegates-at-large to the ' Republican and Democratic national convention and 31 Kepublk-ah and 32 Democratic district delegates. None of the candi dates for the delegates-at-large ap peared on the ballot as pledged for any particular presidential candidate. Severn! contests were waged in both parties for district delegates. On the DenuMTatie sides these were factional and had no direct bearing on presiden tial candidates. Among the Republi can candidates several who have de clared themselves '. in favor of Wood are opposed by men seeking to go Ito Chicago unpledged. Indications point ed to a light vote. Principal interest; centered m the contest for Republican delegates-at-large. Me candidates, including four who are grouped, contested for the places. The group candidates, who un der the law were voted for separately, are Senate Henry Cabot Lodge, Speak er Frederick H. GillWt of the national House of Representatives, former Sen ator YV. Murray Crane and Edward A. Thurston, former chairman of the Re publican state committee. Senator Lodge has announced that lie will pre sent the name., of Governor Culvin (tnlidge to the convention if the gov ernor desires it. The other Republican candidates for dricgates-at-large arc former Governor Samuel W. Mot 'all, who has declared himself in favor of the nominaltion of Herbert, Hoover; former Lieutenant Governor Tjouis A. Frothingham, who has announced that he will vote for General Wood with Hoover as second choice; Congressman Alvan T. Fuller, who has publicly pledged himself to vote for Wood; Thomas W. ' Law aim and Riutsell A. Wood. Only five Democrats presented them selves to the voters. The "regular" slate is composed of Senator David. I. Walsh, Richard H. Long, twice Demo cratic nominee for governor; District Attorney Joseph C. Pellctier.and Dan iel F. Doherty. Former Congressman Joseph F. O'Connell, the fifth candi date, made his campaign on bis dec laration in favor of an anti-prohibition plank in the platform to be adopted at San Francisco. TRUANT OFFICERS DISSATISFIED Their Pay Not Keeping Up with .the . Cost of Living. Boston, April 27. The high cost of "playing hookey" was brought to the attention of the school committee to day. Twenty-four attendance officers, whose duties are to puuo thp elusive truant, petitioned theeonunittee for an increase in salary! They said thalt their pav had been increased only- 33 per cent In six years and that in the same time the cost of living had gone up 100 per cent. ' 1 PLANT HOME GARDENS. To Feel Fit to Work you must keep your stomach well, your liver active, your bowels regular and blood pure. If. you get up in the morning tired; if you get exhausted with the slightest exertion you can depend tipon it that your liver is torpid and needs waking up. A few doses of 8KVEN BARKS, nature's great remedy, will "wake up" that lazy liver, and make you feel like new. If your liver has been overworked, it would cause your whole system to fill i up with acids and poisons that would" i make you teej weak, urea out. ana sick. You can easily remove the ac.ms ana poisons from your system by taking from 10 to 20 drops of SEVEN HARKS in a little water after meals. Jt will keep your bowels moving nat urally every day, cleanse your system thoroughly eliminate undigested food, and bring you back to active and nor mal health again. SEVEN' BARKS is nature's remedy, made from the etxracts of roots and herbs, and has stood the test for many, many years, and will certainly give you a feeling of new life and vigor. To feel fresh and fit for your daily duties, . a. I - ..,.4 liira,. vol! llllisi aeejj j'utu blujiiuvu iiu active ana nowcis regular. To get and keep well ask your drug gist for SEVEN BARKS. If he is out of it, he will get it for you. Accept no substitute. Price 60 cents. Adv. Was the Advice Given to People of ' Massachusetts. Boston, April 27. Home gardening should be undertaken immediately throughout the state, the department of agriculture advised yesterday. The farmers will not be able to plant their usual acreage, or, to care for it this year, the depart ment said, and the sup ply of meat and vegetables will fall far below the average. How You Can Quickly Remove Hairy Growths (Aids to Beauty) 'A well-known beauty specialist ad vises this treatment for the removaof hair from the face. Mix into a paste some powdered delatone and water, ap ply to hairy surface and after about 2 minutes rub otf, wash the skin, and everv trace of hair has vanished. This .r-.i : - : 1. 1 Tn meincMi la qiuca. n uu cukcij pmv. - avoid disappointment, however, it is well to make certain you get genuine delatone. Adv. aaaBBaaBaMaBaBaaawaBwajaMaajBaaaaBjaji eF man ., . )' - - :.VJ; Ve- immM-mw A WORLD REBUILT By the Golden Rule not by the Rule of Gold WHAT ARE the most precious elements in American Life ? Respect for the home? Jesus found women slaves; He made them companions. Down through the ages His Church has been the champion of women's rights and aspirations. Kespecr for the man who works ? It was the Carpenter of Nazareth who gave labor its great charter. "You are sons of God," He said. In that sentence Democracy was born. Respect for property? Modern business is credit; and credit is character. All that makes property safe in the Sorld is bound up in the reverence for law that religion breeds. Respect for education? Who gave America her colleges? They were founded by Chris ei'mnct oil nf them. nan iiuiiwin ' - , the Church 8 part in tne nuge las oi ftmencarazauun, (3) the colleges and (4) hospitals supported by tho Churches, (5) the religious training of the young, and provide KG) a living wage lor me vnuuus On these great essentials must we build a better America, and a better world. And every one of them rests on the foundations of the Christian Church. to TKirtv nominations of that Church are uniting ministers. now in a simultaneous campaign. 1 They are uniting because the task before the Church is too great for any one denomination ; because there must be no duplication of effort; no waste. They have had the courage to survey the whole task, and to ask for a budget large enough to sustain (1) the work abroad, (2) the work at home including The appeal is to every lover of America, to yoa whether you are inside the Church or out. The re building of the world is a spiritual tafc Faith must be the cornerstone on which the new foundations are laid true; the measuring rod by which the builders build must be the Golden Rule. 4V Civ whin the cmll eenwi fo yon i with jour hrt mm wnltjroarpocMtt-hook rrf; ' . T - JA S United Financial Campaifrn April 25th to May 2nd r V 15 El I 7 0t 4 T '.Si i IT 14 i is m Coryrht 1920 Hart Schaffner Sl Mars Satisfying you that's our business; in wear, value, style and fit; if we don't do itmoney back. You Can't Do Better You may pay less, for a suit than we ask for our Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; but if 'you get less value you haven't saved anything. You may pay more than we ask, but if you don't 3 get any more value, you haven't gained you've lost. You see, Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes at our prices represent the highest possible value; all wool fabrics, best style, perfect tailoring. You can't do better. Moore &. Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 No. Main St. Open Monday Evenings as Usual. j ry pj pi PJEUi Board Has Kiz. IMnfr What, $3 fr a j.lnnVeJ Waitw Ym, ir; t"th m.'t and hunlxT have (rone tip. you know. Bton Transcript . 5 I 1 m m I 5J m m P3 SI p 3 For Itching Eczema, Old Sores and Piles Woold Ton Gain a Pound A Week for Thr. M.nthtT SUGAR UP ANOTHER CENT. Thm brain taking rrulrlv thre i tnln hypo-nuci.n tablets, whii-h are m.do from a health aerm of ordinary yit and combinrd with hypophon- , phitt and an aboorptiv phosphorus I'hyali tanl and chrmiMa !."' rt that thla tablet 1 vrv larrly u.i fur In craaing the wrleht and Improving the ; norvoua (atm because of it aid to ', jiftxation, avairnilotion and absorption. -The food elemrnta which go tn make i biood and aolld tissue la rrtined when ' thla treatment i reaulariy used for several tnontha. Most apnthet-ary ahopa .' upDV tbaot tn aealed (Mkraasea. American Sugar Co. Advances Whole sale Price to 18! ic. New York, April 27 The Ameriian Stiftar Retiniiiff Co. announced yerter day it had advanced the prire for bulk (franulated atiptir from 17 rent a pound ti IS'i cent wh(lealo. Prices fur ttugar now vary from 17Vt ccnta to cent a pound amonn the lradinrf re tincra, bawd on varum juotatinn for raw nujrar and inability to tct aife ahle amount in any quarter. Since laet IlecrniN-r the price of Cu ban raw aiijjar ha ailvanced from 10 rent, cost and freight, to 1 8 Va fent. although the rise ha a ben checked from time to thne only by forecast of the arrival of some 2."0.lXHl tons of aiujar from Kuroe. altracteil to this market by the hiu'hi quotation here. Thia impirat4on baa not yet reached here. INTERCHURCil Yoiid Movement of d&rth America :tna-auto Combination Insurance with agent a in every city Give automobile owner complete protection against 1 by: MAPIUTY for Tcraonal Injuriea LIABILITY for Pamafte to Iroperty COLIJSIOX Damage to Automobile KIRE, Liphtnins. Lxploion, Water Damage TIIEFT, Cyrlone, Tomadn, Transportation LOSS OF t'SE of Auto during Re pair a J. W. DILLON, Affcnt Tloie U R ISarre, Wrnvfit I Star Wrestling Match TWO LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONS John Makie ef Norwood, Masa, Holder Engltah Belt VS. Eugene Tremblay f Montreal, Holder Police Catrtte Belt Yan can't afford to miaa tnia tr.atcli between the world's two claaattst ligfctw.ghU Admission: 75c, war tat included; Ringside? and Ueentxl Seats. $1.00, war ta included; Indies and Itovs under 1, 30c, war tax in cluded. Special Electric Cars After Match Montpelier Armory, Thursday Night "1 niarantee my ointment," aaya PeUrwm of Buffalo, 'to cure ersema : to atoo thw itrhine at oncv and any reliable dnumst mil rheerfully rrfun! jour money tf Pt TERSON S OINTMENT down t do vrjr. thlna I aay it will do.' William A. Carlrjr of Franklin. N. Y., ta iirely a wire' itin. He writaa: "I used l-ETtRSOVS OINTMENT on a little hoy suff-rin urribiy with eczema. It did tha work." Thin there is Alex. lotte!. a bnv tire man of lluffakn, who it alad to writa ai fnllowa: "I had an old sot on my lea fee pinny resra. Thr M dortnra failed. I'K. TEIISONS OINTMKNT enurely kealed the ore quk!y." And from over In Canada etmci a krter from A. Bkwkrhy, ataunar "The best tlslna I ever hit for ru-hinc Mlea i I FTKRSON S OINTMENT.- A hia boa for S rents. Mail ordi-ra filled hy Potersoo Ointirxnt C, lnr Buffalo, N. V. Adv. f nr,x- Trrrynf.i i. . f t