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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920.
PREPARE TO SEND BODIES Hundreds of Carpenters Are Building Coffins in France SEAMSTRESSES ' SEWING GARMENTS Great Warehouses Have Been Turned Into Mor tuary Chapels Cherbourg, France, Sept. 13. Prepa rations' for shipping to tH United States bodies of American soldiers who fell on the battlefield or died on French soil are going forward here. Hundreds of carpenters are building coffins, while scores of seamstresses are making the funeral ornaments which will be placed upon the coffins when they are sent back to the United States. Great warehouses have been trans formed into mortuary chapels and tapers are kept burning around a huge catafalque, which is in readiness to re ceive the bodies as they reach Cher bourg from the front. The American transport Antigone, with a cargo of lumber for coffins, arrived here to-day and is unloading the shipment. GET A GOOD GRIP ON HEALTH Look out for the unnatural weak ness that indicates thinning of the blood and lack of power. It means that your bodily organs are starving for want of good nourishment; that the red corpuscles are fewer, unequal to demands of health. Hood's Sarsa parilla Increases strength, of the deli- cats and nervous, restores red cor puscles, makes the blood carry health to every part, creates an appetite. If tou need a good cathartic medi cine, Hood's Pills will satisfy. Adv. INCREASED WEAKNESS WAS NOTICEABLE ALEX. DUNNETT DIED IN GROTON Was One of the Best . - Known Vermonters of Present Day In the Condition of Lord Mayor of Cork, Says Physician This Morning. London. Sent. 15. Litle ehansre In the condition of Lord Mayor Terence Mae- Swiney of Cork was reported to-day by the hvaician of Brixton prison. Jn his report to the home office, however. the physician declared Increased weak ness was noticeable. The bulletin issued by the Irish Self- Determination league read: "This is the 34th day of the strike. The lord mayor passed a somewhat better night and had a few hoUrs sleep. The pains in the body and limbs con tinue. He ia still conscious and his mind is active." PRACTICED LAW FOR 43 YEARS He Was Formerly Resident of South Ryegate Born in Peacham KOREANS ATTACKED POLICE Many Were Killed As Well As Mem bers of Japanese Police. Tokio, Sept. 12. Manv Koreans and Japanese police have been killed in at tacks by Koreans on the police, ac cording to press advices from Korea received here to-day. , 1 St. Johnsbury, Sept. 15. Alexander Dunnett, one of the leading men of the state, died yesterday at his sum mer home in Groton. , Alexander Dunnett was born in Peacham Nov. lfl 1852, being the son of Andrew and Christina (Galbraith) Dunnett. After receiving early train ing in the public schools of Peacham Newbury and Ryegate, he went to the Randolph normal school and was grad uated in 18i4. lie studied law for time in the office of Nelson L. Boyden at Randolph and later went to Boston university. Returning to Vermont, he was admitted to the bar in 1877, hav ing in the meantime been encaged in filling in his time by teaching school at Munroe, J. II., Topsham, Randolph and Kochester m this state. Soon after beginning the practice of Touch Tender Spots With Cuficura After Shaving After shavinc with Cuticura Soao the Cuticura way, without mug. gently rub tender spot on face or dandruff on scalp with a bit of Cuticura Ointment. Then wash all off with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Rinse with tepid water. Finally dust on a little Cuticura Talcum. Cuticura Talcum is an antisentie.nmnhv. lactic, soothingduating powder of delicate, fascinating fragrance. 25c everywhere. IN LOCAL MARKETS Potatoes' Are Easy at $1.35 A Bushel Whole: sale FRESH EGGS ARE A LITTLE HIGHER h ' ' ' mm j!p,i 0? The sign of a reliable dealer end the world best Gasoline The old Block II ouse at Fort McCleary, Kittery, Me. It has been rebuilt in imitation of an ancient structure that was erected on the same site the last of the seventeenth century. Every motor highway and byway throughout picturesque New England and New York is a part of the long "Socony Trail". Dealers Who Sell Soconv Gasoline BARRE BARRE Averill 4 Co., C. V. Cameron, V. R. Goodfellow Co., Ine., The Hastings, J. J. Jackson. F. W. Perry .Automobile Co Smith ft Cumings EAST BARRE Crowley, W. M EAST BROOKFIELD Bigelow 4 Pon, C. H. GRANITE VILLE Corey. Alexander MARFHF1ELD McCrillis, H. D. PLAIN-FIELD Comstock. E. C Leavitt, E. F. COUTH BARRE Howard, G. C. Nye 1 Worcester WASHINGTON Digelow 4 Son, G. H WILLI AM9TO WW McAllister Co.. G. F. IVwna, F. A. Martin 4 Towneend MONTPELIER BERLIN CORNERS Stone, L. L. TALAIII Mann. G. E. F. I. MONTPELIER Capital -fe Goodnow, Mrs. Mary Harris. A. IX Prk JVos. Co. Perry Auto Co. Vehicle Supply Co. NORTH FIELD Cross Bros. Co. Richmond I Son.C. S. NORTH FIELD FALLS Whitney A Co., H. H EAST MONTPELIER Dudley, C. P. NORTH MONTPELIER Pray. G. L. r6xbirt Rkhards, M. H. WORCESTER Abbott A Dotv WOODSVILLE BATH. K. H. N'eUon. H. V. Stymest, B. A. EAST HAVERHILL Gannett, H. D. EAST RYEGATE Wallace. Geo. R, GROTON Groton Garage HAVERHILL Atkins. W. G. Haverhill f.arage MrlNDOES Goodrich. J. H. NEWBIRT Hal- A Son, .1. B Webb. IT. A. NORTH HAVERHILL Lawless. C. C. Pike. W. F. PIKE. N. H. Tike Station Store Co. BOtTH RTEGATE M. I am, .1. F. SWIFTWATER Wells, Fred P. ROTALTOV Laird. G. A. Taft, C. H. Waterman, J. WELLS RIVER Mulliken, E. F. Symes Bros. Wells River Garage WOODSVILLE Mutler, L. C. Da ison, C. N. Wipgin, P. L. Wondsville Garage ' BETHEL HETHEL liethel Garage . Kloeom. F. 8. Graham, J. A. BRAINTREE STATIC ?t 4 Cade A .Son, J. M. CHELSEA Goodrich, B. A. Hood Co., F. E. Kennedy. E. II. Tracy Hardware Co EAST BRAINTREE Abels, L. F. EAST RANDOLPH fcprague 4 Gifford EAST BETHEL Adams, O. Benson, H. C. NORTH RANDOLPH Fitts, E. A. NORTH TVNBRIDGE Totman. F. H. RANDOLPH .Allen. Ci. S. Pottles Machine Co. i C:y. A. K lUyward. F. C. Half Century Stoje! Co. I-aawn t Sons. J. H. ' f TOCKBKIPGt f-arg-nt. Ogood 4 ! Fish. G. B Kounuie i f,ree, F. W F. RANDOLPH CENTER Wells Co.. A. C SOUTH RANDOLPH Prince, E. J. SOUTH ROT ALTO" Bohonnon, A. E. Rickey, XL W. SHARON Wilson 4 Moodr Billings 4 PatT TUNBR1DOE I.yinan 4 Co., H. WEST BROOKFTELD I ntirdt, J. W. ROCHESTER GATSVILLE Hodekins. G. S. Perkins. W. E. GRANVILLE Hubbard. H. H. HANCOCK Hubbard, C. C PITTS FIELD Hover. H. H. Morrill 4 Co., F. IL ROCHESTER fhae, Fmet atnphell A Co., W IT. WTaite Purer Valley Creamery, lac law in South Ryegate, he was a ed master in chancery in Caledonia county, and in 188ft was elected state's attorney, having in 1883 removed from South Ryegate to St. Johnsbury. For 37 years he has practiced law in St. Johnsbury. While in South Ryegate Mr. Dun nett was engaged in the granite busi ness, being one of the partners of the firm of the Ryegate Granite Co., which was then the largest concern of the kind in Caledonia county. In politic Mr. Dunnett was a Repub lican and had been honored many times in that party, tie was chairman of the county Republican committee, chair man of the Republican state oonven tion in 1910 and was on the state delegation to the last national ennren tion. In 1900 he was a state senator and in lftOft was chosen I'nited States district attorney. In '1813 he was chairman of the commission to settle the boundary line, between Vermont and New Hampshire. Mr. Dunnett was a trustee of Brightlook hospital and belonged to the Masonic fraternity, be ing a Knight Templar and a Shriner. Jlr. Iunnett was married three times. His first wife was Ella. J. White, to whom he was married in 1879 and who died in 1881. Three rears later he married Sarah M., daughter of Silas M. and Harriet Towne of Barre ho died in 1888. His third marriage was with. Mrs. r.lla Chalmers, widow of Rev. John R. Chalmers of St. Johns- burr. The funeral will be held Friday fore noon at 1 1 o'clock at the old Preshy terian church in South Rvegate. Bur ial will be in the family lot in South Ryegate. This is in accordance with Mr. Dunnett's wishes. He did not wish his body brought to his home here nor anv services held here. His lant davs. as ha wished, were passed amid his earlv surroundings. Members of the Caledonia county bar, his business as sociates here f and neighbors and friends In large numbers will go to houth Kyegate for the funeral. Dressed Pork Brings 19 ' Cents in Barre Market pis Week Barre, Vt., Sept. 15, 1920. Wholesale quotations! Potatoes easy.- Dessed pork 19c - " Fresh eggs firm. Veal 19(5 20c. Lamb 25(2flc. Fowls 33c. Chicken lfa Fresh eggs 62fl3a, Butter fi2e. " i Potatoes $1.35 bu. BOSTON MARKET REPORTS. CONNECTICUT RATIFIES SUFFRAGE on Thirty-Seventh Statt to Act Amendment to th Con stitution. Hsrtford. Conn., Sept. 15. The Con necticut legislature yesterday, by concurrent action, ratified the woman suffrage amendment to the federal con stitution, making Connecticut the 37th state to ratify. Yesterday's American League Games. At St. Louis. St. Ixniis 7, Boston 4. At Cleveland, Philadelphia 8, Cleve land 0. At Chicago. Washington 7, Chicago 0. At Detroit, New York 13, Detroit 3. America a League Standing. Jobbing Quotation on Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Boston, Sept. 15. Local jobbing irices of butter, cheese and eggs fol low : Butter Fancy northern creamery, tubs, B2rtf2'3c: boxes, 64(2r64'3ej prints, tMf5 65e; fancy western cream ery, tubs, 6llj(fi2e; western creamery, good to choice,' SOafil'.c; fair to good. 57',58'ac. Eggs Fancy hennery, 8788c choice eastern, 75i(3 7flc; choice west ern extras, 68f3 70cj prime firsts, 60 o-ic; nrsta, 64f9 6Hc. Cheese New York twins, fancy, 30 (531e; fair to good, 282flcj young America, szftaac. WORKING OUT THE JAPANESE PROBLEM Efforts to Reach a Peaceful Settle ment of California Problem Being Made. Tokio, Sept. 6 (By the Associated Press). Efforts to reach a peaceful and satisfactory settlement of the Tapanefe problem in California are be ing made by Roland S. Morris, I'nited States ambassador to Japan, and Bain bridge Colby. American secretary of state, said iscount I chida, foreign minister, to day. His statement was in answer to questions from leaders of the opposi tion party who visited the foreign of fice. He added that if the pending an ti-Japanese bill should be paused by the California legislature it would in volve an encroachment on acquired rights of Japanese in that ttate, and that, therefore, the American and Jap anese governments probably would take the proper sitcps to come to a mu tual understanding. iscount I chida told his visitors, ac cording to the Nichcinichi, that no re ply had been received from Washington to the Japanese explanation of the oc cupation of the Island of Saghalien, off the Siberian coast. He declared that the matter, therefore, was regarded as having been approved by the I'nited Mates government. PROTEST DIVORCE BILL. Won. Lost. Pet. Cleelsnd M 52 .618 New York M 53 24 Chicago S5 55 607 St. Louis 7 8 .4fin" Boston M 73 .475 Washington 11 72 4,"! Detroit 53 84 .387 Philadelphia 45 92 .328 Yesterday's National League Games. At New York. St. Louis 9, New York 3 At Brooklyn, Chicago lo, Brooklyn 8 At Philadelphia, Philadelphia 21, Cincinnati 10. At Boston, PitUburg Boston, rain. National League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Brooklyn 83 58 5o Cincinnati 74 59 .55H New York 7 1 .555 PittKburg 70 (S3 .52(5 Oicsgo 71 48M St. lmia t 74 .474 Bton 54 75 418 Philadelphia 51 82 .397 After Sickness Vinol u What You Need to Build You t'p and Crve You Strength Because it is a non-secret, scien tific combination of the most sue- vful tonics known Cod Lirer and Beef Peptone Iron, Nus Vomica and Hypophosphitoa. It enriches the blood with thou sands of red MooJ corpuscles, quickens the circulation, creates a hearty appetite and imparts strength and vigor to rtery part of the liody. rhrsicians Prescribe ant Druggist Recommend It Does All We Claim or Costs You Nothing Both Clerical and Socialist Camps in Italy Oppose. Rome. Sent. 14. A law to permit divorce in Italy proposed by the so cialist deputy, Marangoni, has roused both protest and approval in the cleri cal and socialist camps. The hill has now been examined by a parliamentary commission which has amended if. I'nder the proposed law invoice would be permitted in consequent1 of separation for three years in th ca of those who have children, two years in the case of thee who have none. Dissolution of msrrisee could also be asked by a buband who, having been absent on military service, or for the execution of civil or philanthropic duties on the on-smon of some nation al calamity, could prove that during his absence his wife committed adul tery. Reasons for separation of mar ried persons legalised by the proposed lew include: Mental infirmity, Ie clared to be incurable, rendering mar ried life dangerous or intolerable; de sertion on the part of husband or wife; infliction of a penal sentence carrying the interdiction of civil rights; and habitual crime or immorality injurious to the honor of the family. The proposed law also regulates the legitimation of children bom out of matrimony; settles the question of ali mony, the restitution of the dot and the arrangements regarding property held in common by man and wife; pro vides for the education and mainte nance of children and for the institu tion called a "family council" to which Italians fairly nw often recourse in matrimonial troubles. However, the idea of the Institution of divorce i so strange to many Ital ians, and is so strongly opposed by the Roman Catholic church that many are of the opinion that it has but a slipht chance of becoming law, al though it is anpr-orted with some fer vor by the socialists. Strength Giving We eat that we may live. But unless we assimilate proper nour ishment front our food we do not enjoy, the health and strength we should. Where vigor is lacking ; BQVININE Th Food Tonic will supply the neces sary aid. As a blood maker and body builder, Bovinine - has been prescribed and recommended by physicians for almost fifty years. Regular use of Bovinine, according to directions, improve digestion and builds up the system, sending the glow of health to every organ. An invaluable si J to rapid recovery from illness. JJF builds up the l V system.sending j the glow of IS YV. health to every I m It TS' ' 1 hr An invaluable ai4 fjj f L to lipid recovery Itn T ifvw. h it jjj jJErffij fr-Cfc-' ' ' Htt ill Of All Drntlittl i Regal High Shoes Pretty soon the cool winds wj)l begin to make the an fkles chilly; 7 time then for high shoes. ,7 :If the shoes that did service llast winter are a little seedy", make up your mind how to have 'the new pair e a pair of REGALS. Regals will give you foot comfort through all kinds - of wrinter weather AND THEY DO WEAR. Open Monday evening as usual. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 No. Main Street Tel. 275-M CAPTURE BOLSHEVIK BRIGADE. General Wrangel's Troops Surprise and Capture Them. Kebastopol, Sept. 15 (By the Associ a ted Press).- Troops commanded by General Baron Wrangel on the raura da front, northwest of the sea of Azov, have surprised and captured the 124th bolshevik brigade, including its staff and trains, according to reports reach ing this city. Soviet forces on thia front are now on the defensive and appear to have been exhausted aa the result of their recent offensive campaign in Poland. Officers find it more difficult to arouse sentiment against General Wrangel'a army than against the Poles, although the former has made heavy captures in men and material. The expedition sent into Kuban, southeast of the sea of Aov, by Gen eral Wrangel seems to be a failure. both from a military and a political view point. I RAILROAD WALKOUT IN CHICAGO ENDS Admission of That Fact Was Made To-day by John Gruneau, Their Leader. Chicago, Sept. 14. Admission by formation of a Jewish Salvation army, national in scope, patterned after the Christian Salvation army, were an nounced to-day by the American Jewish Seventy Elders. "There are so many disturbing lr religioua agencies active to-day," said Dr. Jacques Pollatschek, president of the Seventy Elders, "which are making atheists of the rising Jewish genera,- jonn ..runeau. leaoer or xne striKing tioni that gome reliRiou9 organization switchmen, yardmen and enginemen in muat formed to counteract thii feet." the Chicago switching district, that the walkout had ended was made, public to-day. At meetings called by the men last riight, big majorities were reported in favor of returning to their former positions. Railroad managers to-day reported more applications from their former employes for work. They are returning as new employes. JEWISH SALVATION ARMY To Be Formed After the Pattern of the Older One. New York, Sept. 14. Plans for the That Terrible Backache from which to many women suffer is significant of organic trouble. It tells, with other symptoms, such aa head aches, nervousness, and depression, that nature requires assistance. For forty years Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, a simple remedy made from roots and her be, has been the one ef fective remedy in such rases. It speedily removes the cause and restores the system to a healthy, normal condi-tion.-"-Adv. LONDON EXCHANGE DECLINES. Although Rates on Paria and Other Centers Advanced. Vew York, Sept. It. Exchange on London continued to decline to-day, al though rates on Tari and other Eu ropean centers. Germany exoepted. re covered slightly.. As low a MlSVi ws quoted for Pritih demand lnlU in the first hour. a decline of one and one-half cent to the pound from yesterday's !owet quotation. Before noon, however, the price rallied to M444. Within the Lav. 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