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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920.
2 ;n. y. starts its own count Expects City's Population V to Reach More Than T Six Millions Hood's Pills In small doses A GENTLE LAXATIVE In Larger Doses A , THOROUGH CATHARTIC Md by 0. t Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. 700 ENUMERATORS BEGAN WORK TO-DAY . The Borough of Manhattan i Shows Decrease in Gov ernment Census New York, June 22. Dissatisfaction 'with the government's census figures , "which showed that New York, had '. gained" only 854,286 residents in. the last 10- years, caused city authorities to start 700 enumerators on a test re- count to-day in 117 representative Manhattan districts. It had been predicted that New York would show a gain of more than one million, putting the total population ' over the t'x million mark. Instead the government's total was a mere 5, 621,181 and the borough of Manhat tan, with 2,285,103, showed an actual decrease of 47,439. EASTERN ROADS HAD BIG DEFICIT in Run Behind Nearly $13,000,000 April, While Southern Roads Had $2,000,000 Balance to Good. Washington, June 22. Railroads in . the eastern and western classification territories sustained a deficit in net in come in April, but the roads in the southern territory had a net balance nt St-2 ..1RR.0I3 after navinir all exnensett. i - i c - , l i according to a rmrtial summary of op- i crating revenues and expenses made public yesterday by the interstate com i jneroe commission. . Eastern roads had a deficit of $11, 729,880 after paying all expenses, in cluding taxes. Operating revenues in the eastern district were $127,000,772 and operat ing expenses $141,810,652. CUTICURA HEALED Dcno MP CQ Mill LLU FaceCovered.ScaledOver. Itched and Burned. " My face was covered with little red pimples. They scaled over, then dried up and were hard, and there would be four or five in groups, mask ing them large. They burned and Itched till I did not know what to do. " I tried everything but they did no good. . Then I was told to try CutJ cura Soap and Ointment. After a week the pimples began to dry up and I only used two cakes of Cuticura Soap and not quite one box of Oint ment when I was healed." (Signed) Miss Rosenna Allasd, Wanoosnoc Rd., Fitchburg, Mass., June 7, 1919. For every purpose of the toilet and bath, Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum are wonderfully good. luaplt 1Mb Tt by Mall. Address: "Cattail Labaratoriw, !. H, Mslifea, Sui " Soldowy hi. Soap36e. Ointment iifindWe, Tlcum2&c. gBCytisur Soap shaw without mug. GUARDS READY FOR EMERGENCY In Case of Recurrence of Trouble at Water bury, Conn. OVER 300 PLACED AT STRATEGIC POINTS Yesterday's American League Games. At St. Louis j New York-St. Louis, Washington Detroit, rain. At Detroit;- rain. At Chicago; ram. At Cleveland; 2 (10 inning-). American League Standing. Philadelphia-Chicago, Cleveland 3, Boston Bow He Made His Money. Teacher Who can tell me something about Croesus? Bright Boy He was very rich and he invented the creases in pants. Bon ton Transcript. MEN Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discour AND ages and lessens ambi WOMENtion! beauty, vigor and cheerfulness often disap pear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased. For good, results uss Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great kidney medicine. At druggists in large and medium size bottles. Sample size bot tle by parcel post, also pamphlet. Address Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, X. Y., and enclose ten cents. When writing menstion the Barre Daily Times. Adv. Won. Lost. Pet. Cleveland 37 If) .661 New York 3S 21 .644 Chicago 31 25 .554 Boston 28 15 .528 Washington' 2(1 2rt .500 St. Louis 27 28 .491 Detroit 19 31 .347 Philadelphia 18 42 .276 One Death, Two Persons Wounded, Others Hurt, Yesterday's Casualties Waterbury, Conn., June 22. Water -bury was outwardly quiet to-day fol lowing strike riots yesterday which re sulted in the death of one striker, se rious injury to two police officers and minor injuries to scores of others. More than 300 state and city (guardsmen, fully armed, were stationed at strate gic points throughout the manufac turing district ready ,for instant duty in case of a recurrence of ' the trouble and battalions at Hartford, Meriden and New Haven were being held in readiness for service. A strong guard was thrown about the plant of the Schovtlle Manufactur ing company on Bridge street, where the police and city guard fought with crowds ot strikers and ttieir sympatinz ers yesterday. The strike of unskilled workers and machinists has been in progress here several weeks. More than 14,000 men are involved, according to union esti mates. HIGH PRICES TEMPT GROWERS. Jamaica to Prevent the Shipment of Immature Bananas to U..S. Kingston, Jamaica, June 22. To prevent the shipment of immature ba nanas to the United States and Great Britain the government has initiated legislation making such shipments an offense punishable by heavy nne. The banana war has tempted grow ers to sell for large profit. - Yesterday's National League Games. At Boston: St. Louis-Boston, rain. At New York; Chicago-New York, rain. At Philadelphia; Philadelphia 5, Cin cinnati 1. At Brooklyn; Pittsburg-Brooklyn, rain. National League Standing. Won. Lost. Cincinnati . Brooklyn . . . Chics go .St. Louis . . Pittsburg .'. Boston New York . Philadelphia .. 30 .. 28 , . 2!t . . .30 .. 24 ,. 21 ,. 23 .. 23 23 25 2(1 24 2fl 31 31 Pet .577 .349 .537 .536 .500 .447 .426 .426 GO AFTER THAT SKIN TROUBLE WITH POSLAM - Allaying His Fears. Mrs. Goode My husband always says a short prayer before each meal. New Cook Shure, there's no nade of him doin" that while Oi'm here. Oi'm no cookin' school graduate. Boston Transcript. If any unsirhtly eruption is thowinc an your skin, decida right now that you hava tolarated it lonr enoiifrh. Take prompt tn toward ita removal by the us ot little Psalam. . , ,. , Poniam. the concentrated healing- remedy, is made to render quick and dependable help to every man, woman and child who uffera from pimples, eciama. rajsh. redneaa, itching and other grievoua skin trouble. At once it soothw. roolm and comforta. Make the work of healing- eewtnaa unusually short and nleatant. Sold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency Lahoratorit. 243- Vint 7th street, New York City. Adv. A. E. F. STORY TOLD IN BIG EXHIBIT Nearly 500 Studies in Paint, Pen and Ink or Pencil, Are Displayed in National Museum in Washington, Washington, D. C, June 22. The story of the American Expeditionary Fores is told in pictures on the walls of the National museum here in a permanent exhibit just opened to the public. Drawn from life in paint, pen and ink or pencil by American artist com- missioned and sent to the front for that purpose, the collection of nearly 500 studies detailing almost every phase of life in the army overseas is spread over the walls of half a dozen great, well lighted roms. It is a tale of stirring action which they disclose. Among the scenes depicted are ruined French villsges made sacred forever to Americans because of American blood freely given to tear them from Ger man hands. There are the homely, ap pealing scenes from behind the lines with happy-go-lucky youngsters of Pershing's division in billets mixing among the people of France, the- very old and the very young people. Here and there are grim reminders of the great tragedy in groups of huddled dead in wrecked enemy trenches over which 1 04 the tide of victnrv hnA nniirei) Am, in ' half glimpsed through a downpour of rain, a trudging, sodden infantry col umn is moving onward through a Bea of mud as the artist saw it; or an end less line of weary gun teams drags for ward the batteries to blast the road to triumph. At one point the artist caught and held for his fellow countrymen the breathless tensity of a forest outpost, peering through the leafy screen of his covert toward the enemy lines, his ri fle hugged close with fingers clinched about the trigger; at another a slash of light from a half-opened door has painted of the screen of night just a hint at a column, tramping on toward battle, just a young face or two in the line, weary, dirty but with jaws grim set with purpose. Again it is a hospi tal that has gripped the artist imagi nation, a twister, writhing form under the tumbled blanket with agony in every line and over it the steady-eyed surgeon or the merciful figure of "an army nurse. In rooms around the picture display are shown all the countless things with which the army and the navy dealt in the war; the guns, the bombs, the uni forms of ally and enemy alike, cap tured weapons nun (ernian war gea of many kinds. These form a striking setting for the epic tale of the war ar lists have pictured, probably the only such record ever assembled for it be gan with the armv and runs on to the departure of the homeward transports at the close. Artists who msde the pictures, all of whom held the rank of captain in the American Kxpeditionary Force, in clue Wallace Morgsn, Ernest Peixotto, Julius Andre (Smith, Harry K. Town send. Harvey Dunn, Walter .1. Duncan all of New York City; William J. Av- ward, Fairport, N. 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Don't wait come early and make sure to get the tire you want. The Goodfellow Co., Inc. 69 South Main Street, Barre, Vt. COLBY CONFERS WITH THE PRESIDENT Before) Leaving for San Francisco to Attend the Democratic National Convention. Wanhington, T). C, June 22. Bain bridge Colby, secretary of ftate, hsd a final conference with President Wil son yesterday before leaving for ISan traneisro by way of trw ork to at tend the Democratic national eonven tion as a delegate from the District of Columbia. Mr. Colbv will be one of the presi dent's gpokeHmen at the convention and was the last of the cabinet officers who are to attend the party gathering to confer with Mr. Wiliion. President Wilson plan to keen in di red touch with the leaders at the con vention by means of the long distance telephone. Secret ary Tumult y, art ing for the president, talked with (hair man Cumminy. of the Democratic na tional committee, on the telephone for some time j-estcrdny. 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To attain this there is no better remedy than SKVKX BARKS, which has for many, many years faithfully and Mireessfully served the public. If your system pets run lown, take warning, or vou will be sorry when it's too late. Take plenty of exercie, freh j air, keep gd hour, cat moderately of the right Kind i iim. and tone up vHir stomach, liver and ki.lnevs bv taking tKVKV HARKS. r,.r ale by druggists, H cent per bottle. Adv. Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffncr & Marx Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street Tel. 275-31 '4 P 0 - " - ' STOWE EXPERT WELDER on the job all the time. Brin in your broken parts and have them made as good as new. A. M. FLANDERS 7 K: Mam St. Rsnt, Vt There was a large attendance at Unity church Sunday morning when a very intereBting children's day pro gram watt carried out hy the Commu nity Sunday school. The altar of the church had' been tastefully decorated with flowers, Mrs. Jl. K. Pike and Mrs. H. C McMahon, committee in charge. Miss Dorothy Barrows acted as organ ist. Aloiit a hundred of the smaller children sat in a body and were as sisted by older ones in carrying out the program. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Brown have pur- chased of W. K. Churchill of Morris- ville and Mrs. L. L. fUrri the brick block on the comer of Main and School streets. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will con tinue to rent the block, which contains the meat market and two tenements and will make another tenement out of the hall formerly used by the Wood men society. Lawrence D. Wright of Daunemora, X. V.. is iiting his mother, Mrs. I. Wright, and family Mis Martha Knight of Xewbury is at the home of her brother, . a. Knight. Mr. and Mr. Kollo 0. Reynolds of Cambridge were guests of Mr. and j Mrs. II. C. McMahon Saturday on tlirir way to attend the alumni banquet of Dartmouth college. Mr. and Mrs. (Tavton Teck of Cor inth were week-end guests of Mr. Peck's mother, Mrs. Clara Peck. Howard K. Slntw left Sundav to at tend the national Democratic conven- vention at San Francisco, as one of the delegates from ermont. Miss Dorothv Harris has finished her school work in Springfield and has re turned to her home in Stowe. Mis Marguerite Jones, who also teaches in Springfield, is visiting Miss Harris. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Culver of Hyde Park visited Mr. Oliver's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. (J. M. Culver. Sunday. Miss Muriel Pike is visiting friends in Morrir-ville and Hyde Park. Miss Lois Riley went Monday to vis- friends in Hyde Park. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Russell and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cobb motored to New port Sunday. Mrs. K. C. Scribner and son snd Mrs. H. S. Msttews have returned from Irasburg and Newport, where hev have visited relatives. Miss Susn A. Bigelow went Mon day to Johnson to attend the lt commencement exercises of the John Normal school, joining there her ormer classmate. Mrs. Bertha Barrows Robinson of Majone, X. Y Dr. and Mrs. T. R. Styles of St. lohnshtiry visited Mr. and Mrs. . r. Harris over the week en.l Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Aldnch are vis- ting their son, I-ce Aldriih, and family Warren. Dr. J. t Morgan and daughter. Mil- Louise, Mrs. Rosary Jocko and .Mrs. K. Jenney motored to Washington. Miss Morgan will remain for a tew lava with her sister. Mies lloln Mor- ... t :n 1 . gan. and .Mrs. .lennry win m nn frien 1 there. I".. C Wells liepan work MonHav in the I :rksmith shop recently bought of his brother. I. R. Wells. Mr. and Mr. O. H. Adams vi.ited relat.v- in Johnson Sunday. Mr. and Mr. J. C Robhms of Barre inoinred lie,. Sunday. Mrs. Rolihins I and little dau..er. rre.ta. will re i rrain with her patents. Mr and Mr. j (.eorire Hart, for the week. it against the other. Alarmists rumors about the arrival of the British and fireek. Bulgar and Turkish troops were circulated frequently. The French took over the Bulgarian administration, and for the most part the Bulgarian civil ian employes, whom the French found efficient. In order to insure the hon esty of these officials, the French have adopted the system in many localities, where the (ireeks are in majority, of puttfng alongside of a Greek chief offi cial, a Bulgarian secretary and vice versa in localities where the Turks or the Greeks are in majority. The French have in all, including constabulary, not more than 500 of their own chief administrators. These are generally officers detailed from the army who have had experience In the French colonies. Thus with the skele ton French staff, the French have been able to obtain a reasonable efficiency. When the French came they had 1. oOO.OOO francs put at their disposal by their government for adminiatrative expenses, but so far they have not spent one. franc of this sum. Thev im mediately levied indirect taxes and for the period they have been in the conn try these have been practically double the expenses of the civil administra tion. Public order has been so easily maintained that in the district of Karagatch only three French gen darmes, each with 12 local men under him, were required. According to the French, the coun trv would be reasonably prosperous, in'view of its fertile soil, if order were maintained and the various national ities were prevented from fighting. JONAS CAME FROM NORFOLK. Min Arrested in Chicago Riot Cases, Sec. of "League of Darker People." New York, June 22. R- D. Jonas, sought by the Chicago police in con nection with riots there Sunday, in which two persons were killed fol lowing the burning of an American flag, is known here as Rev. Dr. P. D. Jonas, secretary of the "League of Darker People." He appeared in the interests of the Black Star line owners of the steamer Yarmouth, whose $.1,000,000 cargo of liquor was seized by federal agents here after the vessel had returned to port fol lowing departure for Cuba a few hours before the prohibition law wsnt into effect, I Jonas, who claimed to have come from Norfolk, Va., charged that the J negro owners of the Yarmouth had J been the victims of a plot to teal the liquor, which had culminated in its seizure. The vessel was finally per mitted to leave for Havana on Feb. 12 last. ! MAY BE CLUE TO ROBBERY. Three Row Boats Near Caruso Estate Found by Police. Kasthampton, X. Y.. June 22. Three row-boats, "which might have been used" by robbers who looted the F.nrico Caruso 'summer home here of $500,000 worth of jewels June 8, were found by the police yesterday at Seabury's Neck, a narrow sand bar, across Georgica lake from the Caruso estate. Automo bile tracks near the boats also were discovered. , NEGRO CONFESSES CRIME. 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