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THJ5 .BAKRK DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT TUESDAY, JUNE 1.5, 1020.
8 MRS, THOMAS' WQRDTOWOMEN Tellsof theGreatGood Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ; Compound Did For Her. Morrice, Mich. "About a ' year after mv second babv was born I Buf fered with dizzi ness every morn ing so that I could hardly get around. I had beard from other women about your medicine and had read let ters about it, so lrry husband got me Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound which I took according to directions and in a short time' I w entirely relieved. I also took the Vegetable Compound before my last baby came and am thankful to say that it relieved my suffering very much and I shall never be without it at such times. I have told others of its great worth and shall keep on telling it." Mrs. Ed. ThomasJBox 184, Morrice, Mich. ' Wemen should not continue to suffer day in and day out and drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three-fourths of the joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you would like free confidential advice" address - Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. ANTI-CAT CRUSADE. wm 'ffl wm LABORMENHAVE MUCH BUSINESS Resolutions Before Con vention Call for Clean Cut Decision HAH FOR EARS LIFTING OFF BLOCK ADE AGAINST RUSSIA Recognition of the Russian Soviet Government Is . Among Matters , Montreal, June 15. Resolutions de manding government ownership and democratic control of railroads, lifting of the blockade against Russia, recogni tion of the Russian soviet government, release of "political prisoners" and re classification of government civil serv ice employes were up for discussion to day before the convention of the Amer ican Federation of Labor. The commit ter on resolutions announced it prob ably would complete 'its reports on these proposals , before the session closed. The railroad resolutions, supported by the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen, International Switchmen's union, Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, and a number of other "organizations, demand repeal of the transportation art of 1!I20 and enactment of legislation pro viding for government ownership and democratic operation of the railroad I systems and inland waterways. This Has Been Martea in new York City, is necessary, the resolution declares, in by , Department of Health. order to provide "more adequate and cueaper triinsporianon ana to eliminate the sinister influence of railroad torpor- Nothing Gave Relief Until He Tried "Frult-a-te" 160 Ca nous a Ave., Oqdeksbueo, N.T. 'I suffered for four years with Nervous Sick Ilecdaclie and Dyspeptic. Tried doctors ate bran gemstook ail kinds of remedies but nothing did me any good until I used Truit-a-tivcs' or Fruit Liver Tablets. . 27iey made pus well and keep me well ; and I am always glad to tell peoplo of the great things 'Truit-a-tives' Lave done for me. I have many friends in Ogdensburg now using 'Fruit-a-tivcs on my recommendation". C.E.BESWICK. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. Atdealersor from FRUIT-A-TIVES T.rai'?d. OGDENTSBURG. N. Y. EX-CONFEDERATE A SUICIDE. John W. Green, Member of Famous Orphan's Brigade, Shot Himself. Louisville. Ky., June 14. John V. Green, member pf the famous Orphan's Urigade in the army of the Confed eracy, shot himself at his home here yesterday and died in a hospital two years later. He had been in ill health. He was 70 yorr'of tve. UFT OF CORNS! ELWELL WAS AT DIVORCE PARTY Night Before Slain, He At tended a Celebration in Honor of Viola Krause WHO WAS DIVORCED FROM VON SCHLEGELL Xew York, June 15. Plans to rid this city of thousands of cats, forced into vagabondage by the summer ab sence of their owners, were announced to-day by the department of health, which will be aided in the anti-cat cru sade by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The department, it was also an nounced, will conduct a crusade to ex terminate rats, particularly from in coming ships, as a prevention against bubonic plague, the holds' of all in coming ships w;ill beN fumigated with ryamde gas, it was said. ations from our national life. Debate on the railroad question is ex pected to include discussion of the Plumb pian for railroad nationaliza tion. The resolutions committee announced that hearings were still being held on the Irish question which probably will be reported to-morrow. The executive to-morrow on the major problems be council committee also will be reported fore the federation. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative IilDDEFORD POLICEMAN KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE Was Boarding a Street Car When Struck By Machine George "Morin Charged With Man- slaughter. Biddcford, Me., June 13. Joseph fioulet, a member of the local police foice, died at the Webber hospital at 2:.10 o'clock this morning, as a result of injuries received when he was run in to by an automobile driven by (leorge Morin last night. .Goulet . was about to board an electric car, while it was in motion about 11 o'clock last night, when the accident occurred. He suffered the fracture of an arm and leg and in ternal injuries, his , left side being crushed. Morin was arraigned this morning before Judge Oeorge L. Emery, charged with manslaughter. Drop Freeaone on a touebjr corn, then lift that corn off with fingers rvsh L I I JJL HAVANA STRIKE ENDS. Telegraph Operators Get Raise of lop Per Cent. Havana, June 14. Government orfi riiils and telegraph operators employed on the national line have reached an agreement by - which the operators' strike, which has. been in progress s'v eral days, will end to-day. An in crease in wages amounting to virtual ly 100 per cent has been granted and service will be re-established at once. The men arrested in this citv and Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little Freezone on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right out. Yes, magic! Xo humbug! A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a few cents at any drug store, but is suf ficient to,remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between )he toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Freezone is the sensations'! discov ery of a Cincinnati genius. It is won der, il. Adv. Divorced Husband Among Those Who Were Ques tioned To-day Xew York, June 15. Victor von Schlegell. divorced husband of Viola Krause, who was one of the women in dinner party attended bv Josenh B. Klwell, sportsman and bridge whist ex pert, the night before he was found slain in his home, was added to-day to the long list of persons whom the police, have questioned in an effort to tain some elite to Elwell's assailant. ' Mr. iron Schleirell. who had been out of the city since last Friday, the day j Elwell was found-dying with a bullet, wound in his head, "returned late lust ; night and telephoned to detectives vol- ' unteering to be interviewed. He was i mmediately sent for and conducted to the Klwell home, where he was ques tioned until early to-dav. Detectives would not disclose the nature of the interview. Just before Mr. von Schlegoll went to .'V Klwell home, Deputy District Al niey Joyce, who is conducting the it -litigation, had again questioned Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lcwisohn and Mis Kranse, sister of Mrs." tawisohn, also in the Klwell home. With them was a Mr. Berg, a millionaire friend of Mr. Klwell. who is reported to have said he was willing to spend a fortune to bring about the arrest of the dead man's slaver., During the quest ioning of the Lewi sohns it was said, the fact was brought out that their dinner party Thursday night, in company with Mr. KIwell, was in celebration of 'Miss Kra iie' final de cree of divorce from Mr. von Nchlegcll. WAittemore's ff Shoe Polishes . ARE SUPERIOR (UPS U5& WATERBURY "1 St!llNC ml LEATHER COLOR inctsrrrxri Superior on thro Important point i-Prsetrrts th lsathsr t-Grret a mors lasting solas 3-Kaepf shots lookiac icw Oilt Xd(t fan ens tfcs weild ortr ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine A Single Application Will Banfch Objectionable Hairs t-' Accept "California" fyrup of Figs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless nhvsic for the little stomach. liver and bowels. Children love its rlie men arrested in this city ana : clear ami Hairless. I his treatment wi fruity taste. Full directions on each ! points inland, .charged with sedit'on not rrmr the skin, hut to avoid disap bottle. You must say "California. for participating in the strike, cm el pointment, he caret ul to get real lela Adv. been ordered released. tone. Adv. (Aids to Beauty) Here is a home treatment for re motitig hairs that is quirk, painless and iiiixKniir : With some powdered delatone and water make enough paste to thickly cover the ohjectionahle hair, apply and after - or .'I minutes rub off, wash the skin and it will he left son 11 Item PtrfcJum r..- U k I PCEROSENE 1 1 'M.LUtilljtAlJIlllJi'HlBUJ-'LlJI f,ntOtJJUll JUITUTJIUM JJuUluilUIXUllJJlJ III ClLaillijAi i " : n if'i'i-i,-j4iji' Best of Cooking with Economy The New Perfection Oil Cook Stove i the perfect and most economical stove. The reason for its preat fuel saving lies in the perfect and complete comrmstion of every drop of oil. Then, too, you are not wasting fuel by keeping a fire burning when you are not rooking. The New Perfection provides the hottest Game for cookinp the high, white-tipped blue flame. You can have intense heat instantly by regulating the handle. Further regula tion gives you an even blue flame for slow boiling or sim mering, tomes in 1, ?, 3 and 4-bumer sires. For your further convenience--the New Perfection Water Heater quickly heats running wafer. It is easily connected to any circulating water system. Simple and very economical Sciti by dealers ererytchrr STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK NEW PERFECTION OIL COOK.STWE AND WATER iJEATER For brt TrulfM r NEWBURY It was seven years ago, this dav, the 14th. of June, 1913, that the tire' fiend visited Newbury, and before its re morseless maw 'could -be satisfied 26 buildings became its victims. Among these were the home and large depart ment store ot .lames H. Hale. In the following issue of the Bradford Opin ion. a paper which had carried Mr. Hale s advertisement for over 30 years there appeared this announcement I'James B. Hale's department store is in ashes, but it will rise aeain, and serve this community better thsn ever." Immediately a hew store sprang un. a home adjoining and Hale's corner was once more on the map. Seven years nave passes and, during- that time great war has been fought, prices have soared far beyond the comprehension of business men: yet through all these years which have tried men's souls this concern, now James B. Hale and on, has endeavored to live up to its high purpose, "To serve this commun ity better than ever." This store, which is now conceded one of the best country stores in me state, and has1- an atmosphere and personality which dis tinguish it trom other stores and at tracts tne purcnasing puuiie within a radius of 20 miles. Among its clinetele are patrons from Corinth, Thetford, fairlee, Bradford, Topsham. Haverhill, riermont md Warren. N. H. On May 'Zl Mr. lisle entered his Sfltli vcar of merchandising in Newbury, and what he prizes most highly is the aftc that he has retained the confidence and respect of families who have given him their trade for hve generations. Mrs. Murray Ives of Northampton and her daughter. Barbara, are the guests of Rev. H. S. Ives and family. Krneet Hethrington of Andove'r, Mass., and his dauphter, Louise, are making a short visit in Newbury. Dr. H. . Darlinjj was in Manchester last week, attending a dental assoria tion nirrtins- Mrs. H. i. Darlinjr. who has been in Worcester. Mass., visiting friends. has returned. Sb brought her little grand daughter, Virginia, with her. Our neighbor. Frank IJearwar, hav ing purcnascd wriat was known in-our boyhood days as the " 'ncle Mige C lark" place, and having moved thera on. can now "sniff the air with ms jestic ken" and with his vision take in one of the grandest views on the Con neotirui valley. I nis view comprises a snecp of landscape from Fsirlee moun tsin on the south to fhe White moun tsins on the north. The beautiful Nw. bury mi-adows are spread out before with a background no less ma jestic than Moosilauke. I m Fayette and snowcped Mount Washington. All now that Frank needs to make life complete is a piece of animated calico, to add sunshine to his home and who in dulcet tones would say, 'Mv dear husband, supper is how ready." A large audience gathered in the Congregational church last Sunday eve ning. It was the baccalaureate night. T!ev. Henry S. Ives delivered an able address, based on John 12:2.". He was assisted by Rev. O. W". Brock. Mrs. Harold B. Hale presided at the organ. The church was handsomely decorated th ferns. The members of the pradu sting els are Clifton Kenneth Bailey. Moses Lincoln Brock. tiorge Chase Fabyan, Charles Smith, Avi Vivian Dennis, Millie. Mse Frcct, Margaret !ouike Ijonpmore, Vanness Doris Smith. B'lth tieoryepe Thompson. We jiidgel Irom the noie ner on he common Saturday that the infernal rejfiotis bad hrnkfn lon, but it w only a game of babsll between the ( h1e tesm and Newrmry high. It really an exciting gsme.'the n-ore being li to 11. in favor of Newbury. The h l-es boys were a fine et of gentlemanly fellows and were a credit t-i the.r parents aid the whool, which they represented. Come arsin. MEETING AT NORTH MONTTEIIER Centra Asociatioa ef Caitaruas and Umveruhits Will Rave Coareatica. The anmtal ireet,nj of the rntrs! xruiKsi r I 'lrJi and I niver 'i.t Kill W at Virth M'tr 1 icr Wednesday. Jane 3, Willi tfie f. tow m -rrTam 1" a. rp , devr.fi,l eter'ie: 1 ' !". J.""d'lt 1re, lRe B. !.' ". M.-ti:t 'ir; .":t. o.h tl Rs. '.V. S. VsjWs. Mtielwr: 1 1 -i t 1 J e Ie.j f t r ( V;-' Re. A m, WsVi"ii; d imr, l:-" p. SR.. r:K: i j 41e. he Isl4s of ti I ieN". !, . "Bayer Taldvts of Aspirin" is gen uine Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for over twenty years. Accept only an unbrok en "Bayer package," which contains proper directions to relieve Headache, Toothache. Karache, Neuralgia, Rheu matism. Cold and Pain.- Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer pack aecs.'' Aspirin. is trade mark Bayer Manufacture Monoaceticacidester of falieylicaeid. Adv. L. Paddock, Northfteld; 2:45. address, "Going It Alone," Rev. C. J. Staples, Burlington; 3:15, address, "Our Sun day Schools," Rev. V. O. Hokerk, Barre; .1:45, address. "V. M. A.," Mrs. George V. Fortier, Morrisville; 4, address, "A Modern Pilgrimage," Rev. George F. Fortier, Morrisville. Thursday morning at 0:30 o'clock in St. Andrew's church, was solemn ierf the marriage of Miss Eva Demis Buni 1mm and Thomas Flanney, Rev. Rob ert Devoy otliciating. This was ono of the prettiest of weddings, the church being filled as the bridal party enter ered. Friends had taken the decorat ing in hand and the interior was a mass of (lowers, buttercups, ferns and roses being prominent. Miss Ellen De voy olliciatcd as organist and to the strains of tho Lohengrin wedding march, two ushers, Kdward Phillips of Northricld and Williams Collins, en tered, followed liy little three -year-old Mary Catherine Biirnliam, niece of the bride, .as flower girl. She was gowned in pink with a picture hat. She was followed by Miss Rose O'Brien, brides maid, and the bride. The bride wore white georgette over satin, with a hat : to match, and carried a shower bou- iiiet of white roses and sweet peas. ' The bridesmaid wore pink georgette over silver, a black picture hat and carr'"d o bouquet of pink roses.- They m" met at the chancel rail by the groom and best man, Charles Flannery of New York, a brother of the groom. The single ring service was used, aft- : it which came the nuptial mass. As the bridal party left the church flow ers were strewn in their path and they were conveyed by autos to the Burn ham home, where refreshments were served. After a wedding trip to Bos ton and New York, Mr. and Mrs. F'lan- nery w ill reside in their new home on North Main street. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Burn ham and has always been one of our popular young ladies and very active in the work in St. Andrew's parish. She is a graduate of the AVaterbury high school and a graduate nurse of the Vermont state hospital. The groom served 14 months in the service, nine months of which was overseas and U employed at the O'Clair granite sheds as a stonecutter. The populari ty of these young people was in part evidenced by the many gifts of money, furniture, silver, cut glass and linen. Miss Ethel Colby of riainfleld, ton nected with the office force of the W'a terbiiry Savings Bank 4 Trust Co., spent the week end with her parents ill Plainfield. , Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sanborn of Or ange were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil ip Shonio on their way to and from Burlington. Their daughter, Miss Alice Sanborn remained with Mrs. Shonio. Everett Hills, who has been ill with acute nepherytiSj, is much improved and able, to be around the house. j K. Scully of Rutland, representa tive on the road for the O'Clair Gran ite Co., is in town. The marriage of Hale Eddy Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Conley of Duxbury, and Miss Katherine Francis Matthews of Bolton was solemnized by Rev. Robert Devoy at St, Andrew's m ( flW-i-' I'Wi V and ready to eat LJyf 'mm in a minute' nThe great new cereal food. Finely I f orminrl frrvm tr- Millr of tV,m f"V- I I it's mighty goodl Lass Than f , a Penny ' .,CV''-Cr?$- a Ssrvmg mm church. The groom is one of the Duibury boys who went into the serv ice spending 22 'i months,' 13 months of which were, overseaa. and he swapped his groiach for a smile" 608H BUT that troney, WAS ALMOST as pack? AS IF thay'd sijuaeiad. ALL THE caadldatea, FOR PRE8IDENT In. WHENEVER THE car awarad. I SAT on th Ian. OF A pudry lady. MY BRAND new darbr. WAS SUNK without a traca, AND A farlio breath. BLEW DOWN mr neck. . AND MY toot went to sleep, AND THE rait ot me. ENVIED MY toot, AND I was tore. YES. GOOD and sore. AND THEN a chap. . WHO CAUGHT my eye. CHEERED ME tip. WITH A JoUy tria, AND SAID to me. "NO GROUCHES Kow. ... AND HONEST, I felt better. . IT WAS an ad. e OF A cHarette. BUT I'LL say tM IF THE ad alone. CAN CHASE a crouch. THE CIGARETTES. ... THEMSELVES MUST do. . WHAT THE car card said. . . THEY SATISFY." I'LL SAY the do. Y r TT "tr.IT. txV yn fial cut 1 T-J'ki.-- t.r.i Domestic tobaocc -T-7 -Vvt a tjt v hen I len i.d in Ois excl'jsivs Cheaterfield n-. 1 he do satisfy. Andyoall be pleased to lind out also that Chesterf.e! Js keep firm aid fresh in their special, moisture proof raeiage. t t