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THK JiAKKK DAILY" TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUKSDA V; MAV 23, .,1020.
DESCHANEL HAD A GOOD NIGHT SAYS CARRANZA KILLED HIMSELF If .... iZVs, feffeCfS! LJ ''Makes Cooking Easy U Will Cook AThousand Meals Alfear For Twenty Years It pays for itself many times over in the con venience and satisfaction it brings to the home. Call and See Them and you will understand at once why a Glenwood Rantfe "Makes Cooking Easy" "-- III U - JSBBBO'SSm& Reynolds Son, Barre iil But It Will Be Necessary For Him to Take' a Rest TO RECOVER FROM FALL OUT OF TRAIN His Physicians Say His Condition Is As Satisfac tory As Possible ran', -May 23. President Deschan- ' el, who was injured yesterday morn- i ing by a fall from a train near Mon- targis, spent a good night and his phy sicians issued a bulletin this morning Baying his condition was as satisfac tory as possible, altliough rot was necessary. j The bulletin added the president waa I sneering from "superfieial wounds in j tjie face and left leg and general pros tration." ) . M. Deschanel did not preside at to ' day's cabinet meeting, as was expected. members ot the ministry insisting that OU need never lose the original color and newness of your shoes if you use superior shoe polish. Jfff Brown.Oray.Whtta-ia fact all colors iBelsaiac cordo-taa lor cotdoraai Whittemore's i.Pr.erreatha 3 big points of Ithr. superiority a. Givtt nor Mating ahloa. Keep, ihoet looking naw. II StT STOWE Walter K, Bigelow- of the firm of Almy, Bigelow and Washburn of Salem, Mass., is visiting his brother, Kdwin R. Bigelow, and other' relatives. Mrs. Alice Nutting was not able to resume her school Monday as she had he obey his physician's orders and rest, j expected to do. Mrs. Alvah C. Magoon gave a parly Orders that rooms at the Chateau Ranrhouillet be prepared to receive night by Premier Millerand, and it Is planned that the president will spend Rather Than Surrender to Leader of Revolutionary Forces We mean cooked and ready to eat in a MINUTE HERRERO SENDS AN EXPLANATION And Says He Is Willing to Come to Mexico to Prove . His Assertion to 18 young ladies at her home in President Deschanel were issued lastlHtowe Hollow Saturday afternoon to announce the engagement of her sister- in-law, juiss hdith Magoon, to Mcman I H't least ten diivs there to recover from j Sweet of Leominster, Mass. Refresh j his harrowing experience. The chateau ments of ice cream and cake were I has not been occupied since President I served on the lawn and games were I Fallieres was in office. President Deschanel. says the Re I hodepars, owe his life to the fact that I the railroad strike brought about a j suspension of a Paris-bound train, due I to pass the spot where 'the president ! took his plunge from his car almost ! the exact time oAhc incident. NORTH MONTPEIAER Wouldn't you like to inspect the stae hospital dairy herd at Water bury? The opportunity i yours by attending the annual meeting of the Washington county farm bureau June 3. adv. , Professor Mayoo of Stowe was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. C'onant Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Collins visited Cobble Hill grange io Barre last Tues day night. W. G. Nye, Russell Collins and Byron Wilber attended the Shrine meeting in Montpelier Friday night. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas lawliss, Monday, May 17. John Walker and Miss Ruth Patrick spent Sunday in Barre. Mr. and Mrs. (J. L. Pray spent the week end at C. C. Mears' in Barre. Miss Maude Templeton was in Bane Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blodah of Man chester, V. H are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Templeton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Attridge were the guests of Bertha and Hattie John son over Sunday. The young people's dance Saturday night was well attended and everyone reported a good time. Ardin Chandler is in the house for a few weeks with a badly sprained ankle. At the hall meeting last week, Fred Little was elected president, W. F.. Ben jamin vice-president. The directors are F. S. Little, C. I). Coburn. K. C. Hills, B. L. Wilber and W. V.. Benjamin: au ditors. W. !. Nye, t'corge Daniels. K. K. Pray: secretary, Lynn Daniels; treasurer, L. 1). Coburn. Walter Copeland spent .Sunday in Worcester. Mr. Ruth Butterfield was in Cabot Saturday afternoon, calling on friends. Mrs. Blanche Kent of Hardwick called on relatives in town Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Clifton Storv of Chel sea, Mrs. Alma Littla and son, Rob ert, were the guests of Mr. and Alra. (ieorge K, Pray Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Townsend of Barre were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blodah and Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Temnlclon called on j Mr. and Mrs. Wade Benjamin in Hard wick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kmery of Fast ! Montpelier were the guests of Mrs. John J-.mery cunday. Mrs. Gertrude Martin of Detroit, Mich., is visiting her old school friend, Mr. Ruth Butterfield. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Ilollister of Bar re railed nt A. J. (onant's Sunday. There will be a Sunday school at the church next Sunday at 11 o'clock in the morning. See the picture. "That's Good." In- Hale Hamilton, with roniedv. "There j Goes the Groom," at Masonic hall, j North Montpelier, Thursday evening, Mav ''7. adv. M ina you Cmmmtm mr -aarf Frr Whrw in mrtnttficmlfT 9m W cAatfa of JO ' dtmmttn; or n pmrk JOO 4r(f) in m i'.mtnm - ppr cxTrd cmrtan. W' frentfr nwommwd rftrs rftrfen tor thm horn or ofhrm mtpply or vAon ytm travL R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Wiotoo-5l, N. C VTTfTaTirltilitf I Kmn . .-.c 94 1 kUf wAMsf f afiirtWI aiaffI f if I hiff i it If bt(iiiifiLqi t'.irAxuill ftitlOMl f 3uiv tiff fm 4 f irtf PsattfSOSlI Lmutm ! lMtOttf a mmM f latllltrl 5 Wlt f iolJ i 9 55 Not premiums or coupons but clean cut merit won for Camels! CAMELS leave no doubt in your mind as to how you stand on the choice of cigarettes! Camels quality and Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos settle that to your sat' is faction! And, you'll prefer this Camel blend to either kind smoked straight I Camels refreshing flavor alone is a rev elation, but their smooth mellow-mildness and satisfying body just cap the climax I And,' they never tire your taste, no matter how liberally you go to theml And, you'll also learn what it means to smoke a ciga rette free from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor when you smoke Camels. You've certainly got a surprise waiting for you when you compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. t , i: n mm 1 :-:z:::'.r.TU 1 I fn.a f JtitH Z::i f i " f f 99 4V 4 P l Pf I At u 4 f lrllfc,t rpi.:j i i i"' i 1 1 IfHits l 23 tT-i f-'-! NEWRURY We notice in the Boston Transcript the death of Dr. Oakah K. Nettleton, formerly a dentist of this place. It was some 4U veurs ao thut he Tirui'ticed in Jlhis place and vicinity, and he will be remembered by many. He in survived by j his wife, who was Mary Helen Stevens, the daughter of the iate Anson Ste : vens, also his two daughters. Miss (Gladys Nettleton and Mrs. J. H. Feem- ' ster, jr., of Glendale, O. The doctor was , I years old at the time ol Ins death, and for the last few years was a stock brcker and for some time had office in Water street, Maiden. Frank Present t of Lowell, Mass., is in town. Our historian, F. P. Wells, has in his possesion some savage looking tools, which were once the surgical in struments of Dr. Kzra Bartlett. who, sometime about 18-, was a physician in Haverhill, N. IL, and lived on Court stpeet, a few dodrs east of the Craw ford house. In this collection is a saw, knife, spoon, also two turnkeys for ex tracting teeth. Anyone desiring- a demonstration as to how these latter instruments work can have one. All they will have to furnish is the jaw, the molar and the post to clasp, and no doubt historian Weils will do the rest. Our Newbury high school boys are elated over their trip to Chelsea last Saturday, where they were well re ceived by the Chelsea team. They came home with a acore of 12 to 4 in their favor. . ThoNf who availed theme!vcs of the cordial invitation of the Christian Fn deavor -society to be present at their meetiiitf last Sunday evening were well paid. It was "open night" and the in vitation was a general one, which re sulted in tilling the vestry with men and women who are interested in the welfare of our young people, as well as the future of our church. This so ciety is most promising, and has at the head of it young wonn n who are con secrated in the work. It is a growing organization, as their records show; as since the first of April the active member have increased from 21 to 21 and the associated members from. 8 to 2.". The young ladies who represented the society at the older air' conven tion in Burlington lat week had ex cellent reports and were live repre sentatives of a li and progressive so ciety, which is a credit to this com munity. Last Sunday the Miscs Gertrude Smith and Jessie Flanders j.rave inter esting reports of their trip to Burling ton, w here they represented the Congre gational Sunday school at the older girls' convention. The ease and grace which these youn; ladies displayed as they delivered their reports was not only a credit to themselves, but to the Sunday school of which they are mem bers, as well as the public school of this place. Mrs. Sinclair of New York City, a sister of Mrs. Ives, is her guest. Joweph Buchanan, a brothel of Mrs. Park, is mat ing 1iis sister a short visii. He is accompanied by his wife, and they made their trip from tlicir home in Rockford, III., by automobile. Mr. Buchanan years eio worked for Clark and Relief Kent on the farm now owned by Milo Meserve. and no doubt in bis early youth acquired the habit of these thrifty descendants of revo lutionary fame, as he soon afterward migrated to Illinois, and settled at Rockford, bought all the land in night, and grew tip with the country and his bank a-couiit. He js .now taking his weddinjr trip (in a I8iik ear), which has been delayed sonn 40 years, and will wind it up by a t mnv-miit inenial trip to California, where we tru he and hi life companion may enjoy many brP.v years. harles IVvlife believes (list there is much in a nme. and that is t'te reason why be has l,n)it a 'lid'e" car. and in his spare time has it down on the meadow, where lie i learning t" run the jrol ram thing and dodi-e'all ohsi nid ions. ( liarie has two leading rharaileri't i. whih prel iminate his nature and always tik out. me is. he is a Modern Woodman, and the irther. a miuhty j.'oisl fellow, and we s rgratn lete him upon jo;nin the ranks ( the autoniortilist . Nfi- Mary Gould I ft this wa.V f.r IVtroit. Msh. where -he w i l visit i,r sister. Mrs. !;;.. Mrs. ,e..rre A?km son acr-oTiFpanie t.-r on Cic trip and tie writer fuTIher imd'TMan.ls thst M'ss Ha1te Br.-k e f Js..ilh New h-.iry i to be sent with them. M will l.sve a feneral weTsifht that is. she wit pi , at ,. f r'iat"rm-e thews. That tr-aws tjw v til ooiue ba- k ail rate anj rouul. I played. Knglish walnut shells tied with ribbons, passed to the guesta, contained the happy announcement. Henry K. Jenney, jr., and Miss Doris Grave of Morriaville passed the week end with Mr. Jenney 's parents in Stowe. The family party motored Sun day to visit their son aud brother, Orlo K. Jenney of the Iniversity of Ver mont. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Katon of Waterbury railed on Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Bar rows Surlily on their way from Mor risville. Walter M. Adams and a gang of eight or 10 men began work Monday on the new road the Mt. Mansfield. Hotel company is to build to the niim mit of the mountain. The road will fol low the old road fur about a mile after entering the woods at. the base of the mountain. After that ,some changes in the route will be made. Two shelter for housing the men, a bunk house and a cook house, each 12x;itl feet, located on Dick hill, have been completed and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Houston are in rharge at camp. O. K. Luce, fair price commissioner, is in Burlington on business. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Robinson of Mor risville were guests over the week end of Mrs. Mary Smalley, Otho D. Boyce went last week to assist in raring for Dan Jones of Wa terbury. Mr. Hawkins of Morrisville and Mr. Mary Sherbut went Monday to J.ake Mansfield and with Mrs. Levi Pratt will put the club house in readi ness for the anmiHI meeting and trout dinner of the Lake Manslleld Trout club. The house will be open Sunday and lishing willl begin Monday for the dinner, i Memorial Sunday was observed at I"nity church with a luryc attendance Sunday morning. The sermon to the H. H. Smith post was by the pastor, Rev. M. K. Bacon, the subject being. "The j Great Conflict." The choir- was assis- j ed by the church orchestra, with Miss! Marjorie Watts at the oriran. Solos! were: I Itciira 1 lie oice ol .icsiis Say." by II. W. Biirnham and "The Star Spangled Biunier,"' by Mrs. H. W. Barrows. The church was decorated with flowers and flss. Members of the post. Commander Henry T. Raymond, S. M. Brush mid Jackson Sargent, wera present and a large nunilier of the Woman's Relief corps attended in a liody. Felix O. Wells, who made a business trip to IaiwcII last week, was accom panied by his aunt, Mrs. Mary Sher but. who visited her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L'dmund Flam. While Mrs. Sherbut was there, Mr. La Flam was taken seriously ill. Bert C. Merrill was taken Sunday to the Fanny Allen hospital, where he underwent an operation for hernia Monday. Mrs. Merrill and children, who accompanied him to Winooski, re turned Sunday night. Mrs. Iella Moody and son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. F.arle Moody of Outlook, Saskatchewan, passed the week with their son and brother, Carl Moody, and family in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Wright, who motored Sunday to Burlinirton, wera accompanied by Mrs. William Jones, wh visited Mr. Jones at the Mary Fletcher hospital, and H. L. Call, who visited Mr. Call at the Mary Fletcher hospital. There were P gtiest at dinner Sun day at the Green Mountain inn. among them a party of four from Montreal; Mr. Morrill and daughter of Northtield. who visited Sinnpgler' Notch: Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Burt. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. I.u-e. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lynch and Rev. and Mrs. M. K. Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson and t hester Smith of West Bolton visited Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Johnson Sunday. Mrs. ny I of Middleburv college was here Saturday as a candidate for prin cipal of Slowe hih school. ( litus Tnmlinsofi has returned from Bristol. Conn., where he has had em ploynicnt the past four months. Mrs. Alvah Maroon went Monday to vis.t her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. t'. Warner of Swanton. Walter Burnett and family, who have been visilinc relatives in town, re'urned to Hartford. Conn.. Monday. They were a-.-oniMined hv lr Paul h'-er and Mr. and Mrs. t .1st in ll!l. Mr. and Mr. 1:o,-,h Ihivis and My ron I'ctter t f BeHidere v-ere iiets ,.f Mi l.altcl O.afTee at II. G !smiths Sin. lay. Mrs." :,. Mj n relumed Monday from K.ihm -nd. where she visited her daughter and hu-liand. Mr. anj Mrs. Idmiind m Risk. Mr and Mrs jn Kdtv of Brand. d Mr. and M's. F. Mdr mlied on Mr. an I Mrs. t . .. Tn,,!-.. and I- B Trl:non Natiud. Mrs. liars ry Bnrs was taken to (V Mary KietVr ho-p-ial in rcr;irv,t'n M. n!ay. very i!l w n h (:. . f . I ard i..w mg ctoidrvrth. ' fm.i,ini, y bT liustiand nd Mexico Ci(y, May 23 (By the. Asso ciated Press). In accordance with his -oft-repeated request, President Venus- iiano v.-arran.a, slain last Thursday morning at Tlaxacaloiitongo, was bur ied late yesterday afternoon in Dolores cemetery, where im the shadow of Chapulteuee, the nwirest Mexican have for many years found their last resting J jo-.r. As the funeral cortege left -the home of the lute chief executive, the ex traordinary session of eongress was be ing called to order, to choose a nresi- dent ad interim, to hold office until a new president, to be elected September i, is inaugurated. Adolfo De La Huer- ta, governor of the state of Sonora, was named after congress hud been in session for an hour and a half. The body of the slain president ar rived in the capital yesterday morning and was taken to the family home, under escort of soldier and members of the diplomatic corps. Later the body lay in state until the hour of the fu neralvthourands passing before the cas ket to look upon the face of the man who was hurled from power by revolu tion and whose death occurred under circumstances that await explanation. Colonel Adolfo Herrero. leader of revolutionary forces, on whom has been placed responsibility for the death of Carran.a, has telegraphed to army au thorities, here that the president com mitted suicide rather than surrender.He declares he joined the force of Gener al Pelaez. after recognizing the "plan of Agua Prjeta," under -which the revo lution was conducted, and attempted to capture the fugitive president, who hail fled from the battlefield at San Andres when he realized his attempt to cut hi way through to the coast had been de feated. In the raid on the Carranza camp at Tlaxai-alantongo, the telegram stated, 40 prisoners were captured. Some were released, but 11 generals, Manuel Aguir rc Berlanga. secretary of the in terior; Ygnacio Bonillas, former Mexi can ambassador to the I'nited States and Paulino Pontes, director of the na tional railways, were placed on board the train that brought Carran.a 's body lo this city, but were taken off before reaching this city. They are said to have been taken to the prison at San tiago Tlaltelolco. The fate of Luis Cabrera, secretary of the treasury, is unknown. Mine re SOU IjMM ....TH.. I VfM m Penny I . ' 1 . ''M.M ; j uuUrf f l III 1:1 The new cereal food. The Milk of the Corn, finely ground. Makes a creamy dish. THE PATENT CEREALS CO. (BtabfoM 1 883) NEW YORK. N.Y. SUmWCOEN is a SUI4SEAL eatable ORANGE COUNTY FARM BUREAU Notes for Week Ending May 22. Tuesday evening the Union Village Farmers'' "club met at the hall in Union Village. There was a good attendance and the program consisted of readings. ports state he was taken to prison with music and a discussion on the question, other ( arranr.a adherents, colonel tier rero's telegram asserts that Cabrera es caped after Carran.a' death. There have been rumor that Cabrera wa killed during the fighting at Tlaxacalan tongo. Colonel Herrero has offered to come to Mexico City to prove his assertion that Carrana kiTled himself. An in quiry into the incident has been or dered, and it is probable Herrero will K' asked to come here to explain hi operations. FURTHER DECLINE IN FLOUR. Quoted at Wholesale in Minneapolis Yesterday at $14.75. M nines polis, Minn., May 2.. Flour made a further decline in price at the largest Minneapolis mills yesterday. sillily patent being quoted at $14.7- to 5-l."i a bsrrel in PS pound cotton sacks in carload lots. their I rn rrr 'jCmXy - t ss-i 15. 1 m win I books -and prejiaring the comparative summary of all the books sent in. Tuesday evening the Connecticut Valley F'urmerg' exchange holds its an nual meeting of the stockholders in Bradford. It is expected that Mr. How ard fckdby, manager of the Eastern States Farmers' exchange, will be pres ent. It is hoped that action will be taken to secure a full time manager for this exchange. The farm bureau annual meeting will be held June 1.1 at Chelsea. A good program of speakers is promised. Plan to come and bring your neighbors with you. Harold A. Dwinell,. Co. Agt. This Leaves the Skin Free from Hairy Growths "Shoul farmers vooperale to sell products?" Thursday evening the farm bureau executive committee me at the farm bureau office. Plans for the member ship campaign and the annual meeting were discussed. It was voted that at the same time tie campaign is made for the men that pledges should be Hakcu for the women members ol me (Toilet Talks) The subscription papers for the can- A simple method for completely -re vas -ing of Randolph district to tind I moving every trace of hair or tuzz i the actual interest in a cooperative ! here given. This is painless and usually creamerv were prepared early in the week aiid given to the member of the commit'tee. 1 he committee piannea 10 meet and divide the territory and ap point the canvassers for each, part of the district. Monday and Tuesday of this week M. P. 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