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THE BAIIRE DAILY TIMES. BAItltE,
WJSJUXKSDAY,
MAY; 12, 1920. :
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A Lazy Liver
Causes a great deal or rrouriip, rm
4ousness, constipation and sick
leadache.- lo not put up with it;
-correct it at once by taking;
Hood's Pills
JUde by 0. L Hood Co., Lowell,
ASPIRIN FIRST
K
KNOWN.. IN 1900
Tha Baver Comoanv Introduced As
pirin to Physicians 18
f Years Ago.
i If you want the true, Wprld famous
spirin, at prescribed by physicians
for over eighteen years, you must ask
for "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."
The "Bayer Cross" is stamped on
each tablet and appear on each pack
age for your protection against imita
tions. In each package of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin" are safe and proper directions
or Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Tooth
ehe. Earache, Rheumatism, Lumbago,
Xeuritis, and for Pain in general.
Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab
lets cost but a few cents. IruggiHts
also sell larger "Bayer" packages. As
pirin is the trade mark of Bayer Man
ufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Kali- i
cylicacid. Adv.
AWAIT ATTACK
AT MATAMOROS
Carranza Troops in En
trenchments but May ;
Surrender
AGREEMENT MAY BE
MADE SATURDAY
That Will Prevent Threat
ened Clash Between .
the Two Forces
REFUSING TO PLANT CROPS.
To Be Sold in Vienna and Other Cities
j. . ' of Austria.
Vienna, May 12. Complaint that
pawners refuse to plant foqd crops for
4,;le to Vienna and other cities is fre
quently heard here.
.At meeting of the Vienna Medical
association it was charged that the
Alpine farmers are confining their
planting to just what they will need
themselves and that even less prod
uce than last fall will be available
for Vienna at the next harvest. One
Speaker said that while Austria had
Biore milch cow than Switzerland,
ihildren were dying hpre for lack of
iiilk. In the provinces it was being
ted to pigs.
DEPORTATION LAWS AMENDED.
President Signs Measure to Make Pos
sible Deportation of Germans.
' Washington, D. C, May 12. Presi
dent WHson yesterday signed a bill
amending the deportation laws so as
(to make possible the exportation of
Germans and other aliens who were in
terned during the war as enemy aliens.
Brownsville, Tex., May 12. Troops
loyal to President Carranza in Mata
moros, opposite here, the last large
town in that section of Mexico not
under rebel control, awaited in en
trenchments early to-day for the ex
pected attack by a force of approxi
mately 600 men reported last night as
2j miles west of the city.
From reliable sources in Matamoros
it was reported, however) that the city
might capitulate without bloodshed. It
was said there was a general desire
among the army officers to avoid a
conflict. , . '
It was said that General Rafael Co
lunga, Carranza commander at Mata
moros, had 'been in telegraphic commu
nication with revolutionary headquar
ters at. Rio Bravo, 47 miles west of
Matamoros, and that an agreement
that would prevent fighting probably
would be made by Saturday. General
Colunga refused to discuss the mat
ter, however, the reports said.
1
esinoi
will probably clear
away those pimples
It is really surprising how a few days'
use of Resinol Ointment and Resinol
Soap will improve most poor complex
ions! Unless the trouble is due to some
serious internal disorder, pimples, red
ness and roughness quickly disappeat
and the skin usually becomes clear and
fresh again
All dnigciitt tell RmIhoI Ointment and Soap,
IN LOCAL
MARKETS
Dressed Fork Is Offered
Freely and Butter
Is- Lower
ers whom lie abducted, Villa was said
to have collected a ransom of 5,000
pesos. It is not known how much he
obtained from the third. Villa is said
to have gien up 200 of his 300 sol
diers. He was last reported near Ortiz,
about 20 miles southeast of Chihuahua.
TURKEY GETS TREATY.
VILLA'S PARTIISG SHOT
WAS RAW ON R ASCII ES.
Bandit Fired Three Ranch Houses and
Carried off Their Owners for
Ransom.
Jusrez, Mexico.. May 12. Francisco
Villa's last acts of violence before the
reported surrender of a large pnrt of
his force to the Sonora revolutionists'
army at Chihuahua City, were the
firing of three ranch houses at the
Meoqni settlement near Ortiz and the
carrying off of the owners for ran
som, according to reports reaching here
tod's y.
From two of the three Mexican farm-
Proceedings of .Presenting the Treaty
Occupy All of 10 Minutes.
Paris, May 12. The peace treaty
for Turkey, prepared by the pmce
conference, was presented to the Turk
ish delegation at 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon in the clock room of the
foreign office. The entire proceedings
lasted !0 minutes.
Premier Millerand represented
France, and the earl of Derby, the
British ambassador, was the represen
tative of Great Britain.
FRESH EGGS ARE
;4547c PER DOZEN
Dairy Butter 6263c, Po
tatoes Quiet at $3(5)
$3.25 Per Bu.
Barre, Vt., May 12, 1920.
Dressed pork offered freely.
Butter lower.
Wholesale quotations:
Dressed pork 10c.
Veals, No. 1 20C21c.
Fowls 40ff42c. lb.
Fresh eggs to 47c.
Butter, dairy G2(a 63c.
ToUtocs, quiet-&$3.23.
IN BOSTON MARKETS.
CANADIAN MERCHANTS MARINE.
Eight More Vessels to B Added Be
fore June 1. -
Ottawa, Ont., May 12. Kight more
vessels will be added to the Canadian
merchant marine before June 1. it was
announced yesterday. This will bring
the number of ships built and deliv
ered to .'14. The marine department
expects to complete it shipbuilding
program in May, 1921.
Jobbing Quotations on Butter,
and Cheese."
Boston, May 12. Local jobbing
prices of butter, eggs and cheese fol
low: Butter Fancy northern creamery,
tubs 66(S66Vict boxes 68(o;C8',c, prints
to choice
0S("i6ic; fancy western creamery, tubs
fto'afefiTc; western creamery, good to
choice 61&62c; fair to good 58(i.50.
Egg Fancy hennery, 61 (a 62c; choice
eastern, 5057e; fresh western, extras
54ffl55cj prime firsts 525ac; firsts 60
(nfile.
Chese New York twins, fancy 33(5?
34c; fair to good 3132c; young
America, 35(a,3&c.
Maple Sugar Market Quotations.
Boston: Supplies cleaning up. Light
demand. Market steady, cakes 40(S;4.5e.
Syrup $3(fl$3.23. ,
New York: Supplies light. Demand
and movement slow, on account of high
prices. Market dull. .Sugar, old, 30(a)
Xlc. A few at 3.x". New, mostly
37c. Syrup, old, $2.25 fa 2.;0. A
at
$3(??3.25.
New, $2.7or.$2.HO. A few at
A Good Investment J
A barrel or Monadnock or Angelua Flour pur- J
chased to-day ought to prove a good invest- j
ment. It's the most economical flour for you j
to buy (more loaves to the barrel), quality i
the finest; the price always reasonable. ( i
. Sold by reliable grocers. Ask yours about 1
it to-da ' j
Eggs n
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I Harvard Medal to Pnsceton Man, H
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Clothes
I tJUfeil' W&sM 111
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WOOD HASTENS TO
SEE SENATOR LODGE
HIRSH, WICKWIRE CLOTHES
are the Finest Rcady-to-Wcar Clothes for Men in the World today.
We take pleasure in proving this claim to the skeptical by present
ing them with the factful results of a comparative analysis of
Hirsh,Wickvire Clothes and those offered by contemporary makers.
Come here and get the utmost for rvcry clothes dollar you spend.
General Says There is a Big Demand
Throughout the Country for
the League of Nations.
Washington, D. C. May 12. Major
fieneral leonard Wood, here yesterday
for a hurried conference with Senator
lyodge and other Republican leaders,
declared that in his recent trips over
half the rotiptry he had found no evi
dence of dangerous unrest.
"Th most we find to-day, he said,
"is the unrest growing out of the in
dustrial situation, with the high cost
of living and realization that increased
wages do not give all one needs in
the face of high prices. IYewnt con
ditions are due more to our own in
difference." The cry of the country to day was
for 'radical national economy, he de
clared. "The people are more interested in
the cost of living than any other
thinjr," he added.
"The great sentiment throughout the
country to-day is for a leapue of ra
tions with reservations rliat would
completely Americanize H," he faid.
"If the Lodge reservations don't an
swer they want reservation that will.,
There is a big demand, nowever, to
get the whole league question off the
slate."
General Wood said the thing that
had impressed him most after months
of campaigning was "the need of a uni
form primary law and a usiform pri
mary day.-'
Harvard Medal to Prisceton Man,
Boston, May 12. The award by Har
vard university of a gokl medal and
;"00 in gold to Dr. Theobald Smith of
Princeton university for his efforts in
fighting disease was announced yes
terday. The medal and money, given
by M. Douglas Flattery of this city,
are to tie awarded annually:
Sure
Relief
6 Bell-ans
Hot water
Sure Relief
E LL-ANS
FOR INDIGESTION
For Warm
Weather
It has been your experience that when
you begin to get your clothes in shape
for a change in season, you usually find
quite a few things lacking.
Just now, as you are changing from
the cold weather clothes to the sum
mer "duds," you'll find quite a list
needed to put you right for the season.
t
You'll find it a good thing to bring
your whole list.in here, take your time
in looking around, and when you go
out we'll promise you'll be satisfied,
and you'll be fitted out for the sum
mer. Worth trying.
Open Monday evenings as usual.
Moore & Owens
Barre's Leading Clothiers
122 North Main Street Tel. 275-31
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W'AITSFIELD
Mrs. A. H. Tucker. Clarence and
Ormon Tucker motored to Waterbury
Sunday to listen to Rev. Mr. Boicourt'i
farewell sermon.
Miss Kmogene Ijivarnwsy has re
liimMl to her work at Henry Holt's,
after spending a week caring for her j
sister, Mrs. Arthur Livingstone, who
has been i-k with grip.
Mr. and Mrs. X. D. Phelps. Miss L.
.lean Bisbee, Clarence Bisbee and friend,
Mr. Berguson. all of Barre, were over
Pumlay guests at B. D. Bisbee's.
Mrs. ( larton Hubbard returne.1 to
Bsrre with" Mr. Hubbard Saturday to
spend a few days.
Mrs. Mary LaBMIe ha returned to
,.r home below the villane and i
gaining slowly, following an illness of
everl weeks with pneumonia.
I). H. Skinner and Miss Kther Skin
nei were in Barre Saturday, visiting
Miss Iavonne Skinner, a teacher in
the ci1 v ix'hools.
W. .T. (.'raves' entire herd recently
passed the federal tuberculin test, with
no reactor. This entitles them to a
place on the accredited list.
Yesterday's American League Games.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia 3, St.
Louis O.
At Boston Cleveland-Boston, ram.
At Washington Detroit 1 Wash
ington X .
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