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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920.
DUCHESS GETS A DIVORCE MATHEWSON The Best Cough Syrup is Home-made. - IS Here's an ay way to aava K. and yet have the beat count remedy ' you ever tried. Sugar, Cream or Lemon However you prefer it, good tea cin always be distinguished from the-ordinary. Your guesu wjlLappreciate the fragrance and del- ' ucacy of La Touraine, because of our care in selecting only the most flawless, high 'grade leaves, from the finest gardens. At your grocer's -Orange Pekoe, Formosa Oolong, English Breakfast, Japan, and Green and Black, milled. . luitoiT tO) W.S.QUtNBY COMPANY CUi As Good as WHEN MEALS ; .HIT BACK iv- '' ' ft- - "Tape's Diapepsin" instantly Ends Indigestion, Sourness, Stomach Acidity flAre lumps of undigested food caus ing; you pain? Is your stomach acid, (Jusfj-ff, sour or have you flatulence, heartburn? Then take Rape's Diapep siii. Just as soon as you eat a tablet or two of Pape'a Piapepsin all that, dys 4 pepia, indigestion and stomach dis tress ranted by acidity ends. These pleasant, harmless tablets of Tape's T)iapepsin never fail to make sick, up set stomachs feel tine at once, and they cost very, little at drug stores. adv. HANCOCK Mrs. Percival Clook is with her hus band in Whittier's camp for two or fjirea weeks. ' ' i The ladies realized about $15 from the dinner election day. wjiich will be used for the benefit of the library. Miss Frances, Andrews is in Whit tier's camp to help Mr. Percival Clook. Mrs. II. L. Spencer, who has been Huite ill,' is improving. ; : CALAIS i - The North Calais 'and I'ekin schools united in a IJalloween party at the town hall. The proceeds were $12. Mrs. Irene Gray is spending the win ter with her daughter in Massachu setts. ,Miss Eat her Converse, who was ac companied by her sister, Mrs. Ruth Carr, returned Nov. 0 from a week's visit to a friend in New York City. Mrs. Levi Ainsworth has sold her house in North Calais to' Joe Sicily. Ued for 70 Years Thru its use Grandmother's youthful appearance has remained umil youth has Jkj become but a memory. jjft in oit,retinea, pc white appearance renders leaves the ioy f D of Beauty with you-, years. TT-. -?wV. iil'J i home to Camels! Dallas, a, m a 1 1 em i s i em La Touraine Coffee Topics of the Home and Household. A clothesline will not stretch if it, is boiled before using. For cleaning wash basins and baths use common dry salt, rubbed on with a cloth. This will take off the surface scum that often collects on marble basins. , Clean carpet sweepers frequently. Emntv box on damp newspaper, and"! use old scissors ami buttonhook or coarse comb to remove hairs and dirt from brushes. Keep bearings oiled. Washing the Dishes. 'Of "air the menial tasks included in the category of housekeeping, the washing of dishes is the one upon which is heaped the greatest scorn, sars the Christian Herald. Everyone hates to wash dishes, and when thej small boys and girls of the household are pressed" into service for the domes tic task it is usually visited upon thein in the form of a punishment. The status of dishwashing has fallen so low in most homes that something ought to-be done in every individual rase 10 it-i..im . ."--- In most instances there ha been absolute v no thought ",rm;. ... put upon th, TlTp- to o' J ww Bot jt AZ audited by the dufc .the decree .warded the most unattractive thing in the kitchen. Have the, pan large enough so that, the dishes can really soak in the hot suds. And there is no reason why this utensil cannot be of white enamel or heavy bright tin, instead of being old, battered and rusty, as if so often is. With a good-looking dishpan should go the right kind of a dish swab. It should be washed thoroughly after each using and never permitted to grow greasy and discolored and should be made of some coarsely woven material that will permit the suds to move free ly through it. Dorothy Dexter. Enlightening the Gob.' The destroyer Sharkey, which ar- rived in New ork harbor recently, dropped anchor near the statue of liberty, on the starbonrd bide, but. tiring the night, the tide shifted the vesc about to the port side. - This transformation was most per plexing to a rookie, who fina'ly confid ed hi problem to a grizzled tar. "Well, you gee, it's like this," the old-timer informed him. "New York and Brooklyn both claim the statue, so. to stop the argument the government lets Xew Yopk have it one day and then moves it over to the Brooklyn sidn the next." The American Legion. Howdjifrom New Orleans, PETE! Say, old clock, you've got the time maybe you'd like to hear this one ! As we were rolling into New Orleans yesterday one of the men in the club car was recounting his cigarette experiences; how he finally pulled a trick on his luck and got set right! "Well, I've had my cigarette lesson", continued the traveller, I went up and down the line on cigarettes until I got hold of Camels and got deep into their quality and mildness and delightful flavor! There never was a blend such as Camels combination 61 choice Turkish and choice Domes tic tobaccos! I'll say it Camels taught me what a cigarette should be and they'll teach any man who. smokes!" Thinks I to myself "Sic 'em, judge, every word you spill is a sentence !" Now, Pete, that's the kind of Camel thanks giving stuff you. get North, East, South, West and , through the middle! That's all "as true as that little sheep will wag their tails! I did some tall thinking as I browsed through the quaint old French quarter this evening how universal the appeal of Camel ciga- ( rettes really is! Figure the travelling I've done and the people I've met each city different from the other AND Camels have been the ONE'cigarette to be found everywhere and the cigarette most smoked at each point! Pete, old backstop, it's wonderful the way smokers are sliding Texas, for me! Yours On Allegations of. Deser ; tion and. Misconduct By Duke of Marlborough FORMER AMERICAN WOMAN PETITIONER Formal Denial of Charges Was Made By the Duke's 'Counsel London, Nov. 0. The durhess of Marlborough, formerly Consuelo Van derbilt, daughter of W. K. Vanderbilt, to-day was awarded a decree of di vorce from the duke of Marlborough. Allegations of desertion and miscon duct were made by the duchess through counsel, she not being present. Formal denial of the charges was made by the duke's counsel, but no evidence was t taken. The duchess was also awarded the costs of the action. The charge of desertion was based upon the duke's disobedience of the order for the restitution of ronjugel rights which the duchess obtained last March. The case lasted only 25 minutes'. Sir Edward Carson appeared for the ductl ess and Robert Bayford for the duke. Only two witnesses were called an English detective who watched Blen heim palace, the duke's residence, and shadowed the duke and a companion on a trip to Paris, and a -solicitor's clerk, w In w itnessed the service of the court papers on the defendant. Sir Edward Carson explained to the court that, the duchess was indisposed and not in tit physical condition to appear. "We were very anxious that the duchess should.be present, he said. .Tustice Tlorridge commended this statement, saying: "The plain tiff's counsel is right in showing the duchess is willing to appear the same as anyone else." The duke occupied a front seat in the court room. Evidence, was given that the duke had occupied a room in a prominent hotel in Paris on Feb. 28 last with a woman whom the detective described ...,. ... .,. to-duy automatically becomes absolute at the end of six months. An Unknown Tongue. Edith What do you do when Jack talks football to you? Helen Well. I try to look intelli gent. -Boston Transcript. DYERIGHT Buy only "Diamond Dyes' Y . Each psckage of "Diamond Jlyes" contains direct urns so simple that any woman can ni.imona-o.ye worn, snanny skirts, waists, , dresses, coats, gloves stockings, sweaters, draperies, every thing, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, new, rich, fadeless colors. Have druggist show you "Dia mond Dyes Color Card." Adv. Friday - paC5E mm Lfl C.S.A.K You've probably heard of this well known plan of making cough syrup at borne. But have you ever used itt Thousands of families, the world over, feel that they could hardly keep house without it. ' It's simple and cheap, but the way it takes hold of a coiiL'h will soon earn it a permanent j place in your home. ! Into a pint bottle, pour 2Vi ounces ot rinexj tnen aa piom jjranwairu sugar tyrup to till up the pint. Or, if desired, use clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way, it tastes good, never spoils, and gives you a full pint of better cough remedy than you could buy ready-made for three times its cost. . , i " It is really wonderful how quickly this home-made remedy conquers cough usually in 24 hours or less., .Jt seems to penetrate through every air passage, loosens a dry. hoarse or tight cough, lifts the phlegm, heals the membranes, and gives almost im mediate relief. Splendid for throat tickle, hoarseness, croup, bronchitis and bronchial asthma. Pine.x is a highly concentrated com pound of genuine Norway pine ex-, tract, and has been used for genera tions for throat and chest ailments. To avoid disappointment ask your druggist for "2Mj ounces of Pine with directions, and don't accept any thing else. Guaranteed to give abso lute satisfaction orTnoney refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. The Grow ine Child. A Series of Articles Prepared Es pecially for Barre Daily Times. By the United States Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. f QtMBtlnrt rltin'to rhlld health and to related problem will r answered hy experts of the U. S. Public Health Service. Addrew Child Health Editor. U. S. Public Health Servic. Washing ton. D. C. (Pleaaa mention this newspaper.) Tarasitic Skin Diseases. Thera are certain easily communi cated skin affections frequently found among school children which, because of their specially annoying and dis agreeable features, should be carefully guarded against. These are scabies (itch), ringworm and pediculosis capi- tas (head lice). - Scabies, or itch, is due to n minute animal parasite, which buirows into the skin and causes intenfe itching. The consequent scratching; results in the characteristic eruption, which ts found chiefly between the fingers, on the front, of the wrists, at the henri of the elbow, and on the marginal flds of the armpits. If a child is seen to be scratching, particularly if there is a pustular eruption on the " hands, he should be at, once examined for itch. The disease is communicated by con tact with the child affected or with anything lie has used. Hence it can be readily seen how easily itch can spread in a school or family, unless every pobsible precaution is taken. The child should be excluded from school until the disease is cured, which need not be long, if proper measures are employed in the home. It is likely that other members of the family will be affected and everyone having the disease must be. treated until cured, and the under clothing, bedding, towels and anything which has come in contact with the body of each case must be boiled ot baked each time they are washed. Un less these precautions arc taken, a constant re-infection will be taking place and the infection will continue indefinitely. Ringworm is also a parasitic disease, easily spread where many children are gathered together. It begins as a red scaly patch, which becomes , more or less circular, cb-aring up in -the center as it spread at the margin. When the disease occurs on the skin it is much more amenable to treatment than when it attacks the scalp. In the. lat ter location, ringworm is a repulsive obstinate disease, which causes the hair to become brittle and break off, leaving partially ba'd, scaly spots on the head. Though its treatment by X ray in the hands of an expert promises hoe of a cure in a short time, this method is unavailable to the great ma jority of children, in whom -the disease may run a tedious course of six months or a year. Hence, every moth er will be particularly anxious that her child should be protected from this dis ease. Children with ringworm should not be allowed to minglo with other children unless the lesions are prop erly dressed and covered. In ringworm of the scalp, the patient should wear a rap for the protection of others, and should avoid brushing the hair because of the danger of scattering the scalps. Pediculosis capitas is the condition brought about by the invasion of the scalp by the head louse. It causes se vere itching, resultant scratching, ab rasions and inflammation of the scalp. The glands in the neck behind the ear may become enlarged, especially when toe scratch marks becomes infected and contain "matter" (pus). When a child is seen scratching the head, the presence of hea4 lice may be su-pected. and the discovery of nits, small white ohjects attached to the hairs, confirms the diagnosis. It mnt be insisted that all children with head lice be free frum the vermin before they are allowed to mingle with other children in school. Most parents are very anvous to rid their children of this pes nd, w hen it is simply a matter of a little crude pe troleum, a fine tooth comb wet with vinegar, and cleanliness cf person and toilet articles, there is no rxcii.e for keeping lice, even if one ba3 accident ally acquired them. To rid the child of brad lice it is important not only to Ui'l the para sites themselves, but also to destroy and rrpiove Jhe nits, which .nl lierw isc will hatch an I re-infect the el,. I '. ually rt - i tinVienl t thoroughly moisten the hair and the sca'p with a mixture containing rqjal parts of ker- 1 owne and oliNe hakcn togr(l,r and. a!- ; low this ap,dicat''n to reniain alscit 12 hmir. The child's n-alp should then be thoroughly ahrd witi wauu wa ter and soa( to rrmote all traces of nil. After the hair lias hern dried by brirk mhb'og. if should lv rmb-d thoroughly with a comb m.'i.t-reJ in hot Vinegar to rrmore the n'Ss. Beth rnjvnfm of the a J and bead . ! are eomrr.iincatrd fn- d recl rn-', tact, and by art K-ic urd b ibe a-J tie-nt. hiidren1 should rw rr r, - S others hste cr car. r bsna them on each others peg. They siouM use !v Great Pitcher Pefying Death in the Form of Consumption SLOWLY REGAINS HIS HEALTH Has Good Chance to Make Complete Recovery From Ailment. New York, Nov. 0. A dispatch re ceived here from iSaratiac lake declares that Chribty Mathewson, former slar major leaguer, it recovering from his illness. After more than a year's fight against tuberculosis which set in while he was with the army in France, he is making progress toward health and physicians now declare there is a good chance for his full recovery. Though he still spends his days re clining in a darkened room, he is said by the medical adviser to have the bal ance of chance in his fn4or. His strength will not yet permit taking the frpsh air cure, but treatments of gas have improved the condition of the af fected lung, his fever has vapished and he is gaing weight and strength. GERMANS RETURN ' FROM RUSSIA RKgpI. Unshaven, Haggard Men Give Evidence of Poor Treatment in Russian Prisons. Stettin, Germany, Nov. 0. Every eontingent of German war prisoner arriving here from Russia contains a number of raggpd, unshaven, haggard men who have been made insane, by suffering during many months in Rus sian prison camps. In three weeks the (jfrman govern ment. sent 'Jiio of these men to insane asylums and sanatoriums for treat ment. A few have spells of vio lence, and during these periods, must be kept under guard, but the majority present a listless, woe begone aspect. They look about with dull, unseeing eyes, or sit quietly weeping, uncon scious of the fact thev are home again. The families and friends of the in sane soldiers are allowed to gTeet them and to give then food and clothes be fore they are sent away for treatment. Nearly all the prisoners exhibit the most intense bitterness not only to ward Russia but toward the German government as well. One of them, who had lost a leg and an arm and who, it was learned, had been taken prisoner early in the war and has been con fined in many Russian prison ramps, shook his fist at,a German flag when he arrived and cursed his country, bis people, and all other countries and peo ples. "To with Germany!" be shout ed. "That is not. my flag and tier many is not my fatherlund." He then turned to the other prison ers and, pointing to his wounds, said: "This is what Germany has done to me. This is what "a kindly father land has permitted. Why didn't they exchange me? Because I have only one leg and one arm? I lost them fighting for Germany and all the thanks I've bad for it were the rotten years in a Russian prison." " i The prisoners generally agreed they had been unable to procure proper mcdir.il treatment in the Russian ramps, and that their food had been very bad. At the close of the war there wesc 2.V.O0O wat and rh il prisoners in Rus sia, and 2"0,0tH) I'usnans in Germany. The German goernment estimates, that not more than S.fHH) Germans will remain in Russian camps this winter. Before the Russo-Polisli hostilities began the Rusaians were Iwing re turned rapidly but it is now estimated at hast 2O0.iifH) Russians arc till in Irerman camps. BO.(SH) of whom are the troops interned when they crossed the East Prussian frontier during the Pol ish offensive. The German government has expend H .mtSHllHKl murks for traiinnortation of Russians home, and W).(Hh:u mark to bring German prisoners out of Rus MEVS CLOTHING FAR BELOW WHOLES A LE Was Offered for Immediate Delivery at Buying Convention of Unit ed National Clothiers. Chicago, Nov. 9. Men's clothing for immediate delivery was offered buyers to-day at prices 10 to ."0 per cent be low present wholesale prices, goods for spring and summer delivery were shown at prurs 10 to 31 1-3 per cent under thoe of a ear ago, and men's shirts and similar articles were shown at gTeatly reduced prices at the open ing of the l.'tth wmiannual buying convent;on of the I'nited National Clothiers. The convention is being at tended by retail clothing dealer from 17 widdleweslem and western states, and has taken the form of a huge dis play f made-up garments. ("The puh'ic is not buying: manu facturers und dcai.-.s are overto. ted," said W. I.. M-ihr. trctirir and gener al manager of the aiation. to-day. "The prii-e irii'-t cc-wc down. We have pad t'ie peak in high prv-s cf wear ing aj'rarel. Men's r'otli'ng will be iTHi-idi rab'y cheep, r fr-jm no on; the eta !cr can afford tu s !! at ler for hi cnsls are becrnning lower. "Here are some men's birt," be continued, indi'-a'ing an evhibitin.' which ho'r-s')d at M. a d- ern a f-w m -U'lhs Not th-j are r.(T,rd at !i.'0 a uo.to. Tic re" re 2.IHH mv's HTrr'd ,s.Vi. -n ! tt rd nar. y hoVviil d ' W.V. 1 ar ft es traacaw ! . ' ' 'CVrl'nn the grds rot on Cie 'n !-. IW maniif."- . . . ; ,j hat tb-y can twit t f t! I "rdiliil Hni-hes and c ti' . iwhj bo'd h kf wtsriii'i , '.n j M d,l ir -,-wl m-i ,.f S.u r. i- K i good i!!'w rp wi-k hv a ft.f. r 1 f,r IV U . .l f f hi g "s cf ittb, ;nigran anj bcai i. Ifyoii could bnildjour Si MANY an inviting bay window and well-lighted corner ia uncomfortable and unsafe when a cold wind is blowing outside. But don't forego the pleasures of an interesting book or magazine sim ply because your radiator was misplaced. , Put a Perfection Oil Heater in the path of those air currents and drafts. Then you can enjoy your favorite story in 70 or 72 of solid comfort. Heat inhere you want it, from , "the portable radiator" That is what over a million families are using to keep their coal bills down. A low, even fire in your furnace or steam heater for general warmth all over the house. Then a Perfection, "the port PERFECTION STANDARD OIL CO. OF OVER A MILLION CHILDREN NEEDY Polish Youngsters. Made Destitute by Polish Soviet War, Must Look to United States for Relief. London, Nov. 0. One of the after maths of the Polish-soviet war is that Americans will ie called upon to feed .... i, mm T1!,.1. and dome more rutin i,u,o" nunn children this winter through the Amer ican relief administration. Up to the time of the latest outbreak of hostili ties, destitution had been so reduced that the relief administration officials believed that, Poland, with the organi sation the Americans had perfected, would be able to carry on the work aft er this autumn. That is considered im- riossible now and preparations are un der way for caring for as many chil IFCOlLe'BAMP' SSUTS AFFECT YTUIR TIMOAT TRY A BOX OF 5,1 fill N ft:- !- , over again dren as during the dark days of last winter. This decision came after receipt in London of reports of a complete sur vey of the country begun immediately after the bolsheviki were driven back. Trained observers report that the roles themselves have not painted the pic ture black enough. After two armies had fought over the ground there was little left for the children, they re port, and each requested immediate, shipment of food and clothing. AsJ lar as possioie, aisuiuuun the administration are complying with these requests. The organization by which about $10.(K)O,0no worth of food and cloth ing was distributed in Poland in 16 months at a cost of approximately fSO.OOO, is virtually intact. It in cludes between 15.0(H) and 18,000 Poles, whose services are paid for by Poland but who worked under the di rection of a few American administra THEY REUS1VE ALL THROAT r5,ITAT!OsS AMD STCP A CCUGH ALMOST AT ONOZ house - jfour way able radiator," in the rooms and cor-, ners you actually use Save "driving" your regular heater to keep seldom-used rooms and hallways unnecessarily warm. , The Perfection is right, compact and durable. It is an ornament in any room blue or black finish, with or without nickeled trimmings. Burns for about 10 hours without refilling. No care, fuss or bother just cozy comfort, when you want it, where you need it. A child can operate it. Host hardwafe, housefurnlshrne and depart ment stores sell the Perfection OilHeater. Your deafer will gladly show you ita simple, sturdy construction and smokeless wick adjustment. Look at one today. For bett null um Soeony Ktroser. CM Heaters NEW YORK tive offiqers. The Poles also pay for transportation from the ships, ware housing and distribution. In addition thev supply all flour received by them through. a $200,000 credit granted them by the Grain corporation. "Although the distributing organiza tion was considerably'disarranged during the recent fighting, officials here say they can get into working order again very quickly after railroad repairs have been completed. x The Listeners Do Sometimes. Decidedly mixed was the schoolboy who wrote, "A man who looks on the bright side of things is an optimist, but a pianist looks on the dark side," Boston Transcript. No Chance to Roast Hfan. A woman is terribly disappointed if a man doesn't make a fool of himseif after she's let him have his own way. Boston Transcript. "Z37 ,i !1 S STOP WE TICKLE