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THE BARRK DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1921.
A. FRANCE
TURNS SOVIET
Well-Known French Au
thor's Action Not
Unexpected
A Lazy Livei
V: noes a preat deal of trouble, hll-
:.ir.i'vn, constipation and sick
i -ailjche. Do not put up with it;
cosroc t it at once by taking
Hood's Pills
Mm!e by 0 I. Hood Co., Lowell, Afass.
AS HE HAS BEEN '
LEANING THAT WAY
He Began Last October to
Write Articles Favoring
Sovietism
Paris, Jan. 11. Anatolc France, the
Author, has announced his adhesion to
the communist section of the French
socialist party. This action on his
part was not unexpected, as he began
last October to write articles favoring
sovietism, haying that the advance
ment of soviet principles was one of
the principal undertakings of his life.
Not Merely American.
An English, writer comments upon
our custom here of betting a hat on
election and other contests. What's
strange nhmit it? We've often read of
some Englishman winning a JDeruy.
Boston Transcript.
PIMPLES ON FACE
CUTIdA HEALED
Hard and Red, Caused
Itching and Burning.
"My trouble begun by using strong
oap and my (ace was greatly affected
by pimples. They were
bard and red and were
scattered all over my face.
They became worse and
caused a great deal of
itching and burning.
"Several remedies had
been used, without suc
cess, before I used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. In one week they gave
relief, and when I had used two cakes
of Cuticura Soap and two boxes of
Cuticura Ointment I was healed."
(Signed) Louis Levine, 24 Carr St.,
Bangor, Maine.
Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes.
Btmpl. iMk Fin Hf Mill. AddraM: "0Mr Ib
ortlorlM, Dpt. 1, UftUaa 41. Uiji " Hold rjr-
KSB Cuticura Soap shavei without sang. ,
WILL PROTEST
BUT WILL WORK
Lawrence, Mass., Textile
Mills Employes Voted
Last Night
i AMERICAN WOOL. CO.
REDUCES SCALE
The Reduction Amounts to
22 Per Cent, As in
Many Industries
FIFTY YEARS AGO
it was the custom of our grandparents
when anything was the matter with
their stomach, liver or kidneys, to lake
a. remedy composed of the right kind
of roots and herbs, and by so doing
lived to a ripe old age. It is also true
that the Shakers, who have always de
pended upon the life-giving juices of
leaves, roots and herbs, are long-lived
people. The roots and herbs of which
SKVEN BARKS is principally com
posed of were gathered by the Shakers
for many, many years, then scientifi
cally blended, and SEVEN HARKS has
become famous as one of the most re
liable remedies for Indigestion, Consti
pation, Liver, Kidney and Stomach dis
orders. Dull pains in the back, often under
the shoulder blades, poor digestion,
heartburns or flutterings, sour risings,
yellow skin mean liver troubles, and
you should take SEVEN BARKS; it
will relieve you, as it will make the liv
er active, tone up the digestive organs
and cause the bowels to act normally.
SEVEN BARKS is not a cure-all,
but a very reliable remedy that will at
once act on the liver, stomach and I
local textile ! bow-clw, sets them to right, tones and
rirengmens the general neaun.
It you want to get the greatest em
LENINE SAID
TO BE VERY ILL
Lawrence, Mass., Jan. 11. The vote
to accept wage cuts in
mills under protest, which was taken
some weeks ago by the wool sorters' 'cionry out of your body, enjoy and pro-
union following announcements of l"g your life, take SEVEN BARKS.
According to a Wireless
Dispatch Received in
New York
GERMAN DOCTORS
HAVE BEEN CALLED
There Has As Yet Been No
Verification of the
Report
wage cuts by cotton mills, was en
' dorsod at a meeting last night, to
: which the announcement of a 22 per
; cent reduction by the American Wool
en company was submitted.
USE POSLAM
FOR ECZEMA
ITCH NO MORE
Every eicima. sufferer hould know jut
how greatly P cm lam is able to benefit this
stubborn trouble ; how quickly it bnnirs re
lief, (tor itching:, cools, oothea and com
fort. To spread Poslam over an angry
affected surface is to feel that here, in
realitr, h just the healing influence the
akin demand. Treatment ia usually ur-
pri&inirli . uhurt and improvement
every day. Poslam ia harmless. Use it
for pimplea, rashes and all eruptional dis
orders. Sold everywhere. For free sample write
to Emergency Laboratories, 243 West 47th
St., New York City.
Unre your skin to become clearer,
healUiier by the daily use of Poslam Soap,
medicated with Poslam. Adv.
POST MILLS
Rev. A. H. Sargent went to Spring- j
field Jan. ti to attend the state confer-,
ence of Sunday school officers, return- j
ing the following day.
I he prayer meeting last week was
conducted by the church committee on
evangelism and was unusually helpful.
This week it will be led by Deacon C.
A. Adams, as the minister is holding
a series of special meetings in the West
Fairlee Center parish this week, as
sisted by Rev. E. U. French of John
son. Mr. French will preach and as
sist in administering the communion
Sunday, Jan. 16.
The Chubb Fish Rod company is
doing a rushing business, employing
noticed about 40 hands.
Rev. L. E. Tuppcr in recovering
rapidly,
The Mothers' club meets this week
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. H.
Sargent.
Mrs. Horace Cook is very ill.
GHE.A.ELILV
YOU KNOW THEV
ARC DOING YOU
GOOD AS SOON
AS YOU PUT
ONE IN YOUf?
MOUTH
At druggist's, 60 cents a bottle. Don't
put it off; get it to-day. Adv.
NATIONAL CONSERVATION DAY
Con
i rn -,;a
i
i a r-A-BRices CO.. at
C A DRICCS CO..
I CAMBRIDGE MASS. B
P'P''" plVj if. nil,,, . . L"
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Was Recommended By National
ference on Parks.
Des Moines. Ia., Jan. II. Establish
ment of a "national conservation day'
was placed before the national confer
enco on parks here to-day. Advocates
of the proposal declared such a holiday
would receive general endorsement be
cause it was needed to help stop
waste of resources that cannot be re
placed and would stimulate love of
country.
Mrs. Charles L. Hutchinson of Chica
go, on behalf of the Garden Club of
America, presented a resolution urpinc
J the establishment of national conserva
tion day. Dr. Henry C. Cowles of the
University of Chicago, president of the
Wild Flower Preservation Society of
America, spoke in support of it. The
first Saturday in May was suggested.
"The Garden Club of America already
has endorsed this idea, which first was
suggested by Mrs. Francis C. Farwell
of Chicago." Mrs. Hutchinson said. "We
have numerous holidays properly devot
ed to reverence of historic events in our
life as a nation, but none devoted to
teaching what America is to-day.
"National conservation day should be
celebrated ty schools and civic organi
zations with outdoor exercise which
would imir-ress on our people the need
fur tnking care of the abundant re-
sources with which we are blessed, but
which are being depleted by unwise
1!P.-'
The resolution, which was referred to
a committee for report to the final ses
sion of the conference, reads as fol-
iuv :
"Whereas, our unparalleled natural
r. nirri's are ill danger of being de
Proved, robbing future generations of
these commercial assets and also of
the outdoor beauty spots which have
contributed to our health and strength
i- a nation, and
"Whereas, conservation of waterways
and forests and plant and animal life is
m no way incompatible with ouroontin-
in a industrial development, but on the
contrary essential to it, and
"Whereas, a national holiday dedi
cated to the purposes of conservation
would emphasite the need for conserv
ing these resources and not abuang
them, and would promote love of coun
try, therefore be it
'Kesolved that Congress hereby is re
quested to set aside the first Saturday
in May as a national conservation day
ana other governmental agencies are
iircd to further this idea by assisting
in its celebration."
New York, Jan. 11. Xikolai Lenine,
premier of soviet Russia, is dangerous
ly ill at Moscow, according to a wire
less dispatch from Berlin to the Jewish
news bureau here made public to-day.
The message sent by the bureau's
correspondent said several German spe
cialists were on their way to Moscow
for consultation.
Verification of the report was sought
by the correspondent from Dr. Victor
Kop, soviet representative in Berlin,
but the latter refused to confirm or
deny it.
WAITSF1ELD
Miss Louise Gleason is home from
her school in Montpelier to help care
for her mother, who has been ill for
several days.
Miss Mulling, a teacher in the high
school, was a week-end visitor in Burlington.
Mrs. Charles Ainsworth, who has
been in Newton Center and Boston for
a few weeks, returns Tuesday.
The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs held
a joint installation of ofiicers Saturday
night, after which a repast was served,
consisting of sugar on snow and other
tawty food.
Little Graves by the Hundred Thousand
Unless Help Comes Quickly
OVER 3,500,000 children in eastern and central Europe face starva
tion between now and the next spring harvest.
Little tots three and a half million of them I
The mind cannot grasp such figures. If this number of children
were to march four abreast in close marching order in army stride,
the formation would reach from Detroit to New York, and would
take forty days' and forty nights to pass a given point. Or, visualize
these figures in another way; if this number of children were to die
and be buried in one trench, it would make one continuous grave
2800 miles long the distance from San Francisco to New York.
WREATHS FOR CATS.
Whet a jew uf the
Many Editorials say:
"We are all eick and tired of
drivas of all torts, but wa
must r.ot grow weary in the
sort of well-doing called for
in this appeal." Lancaster
I'm.) Intelligencer.
" The health, ths happiness.
tha very hi of these 3!- mil
lion children depends upon
th generosity of ths Amen
can people." Albany (N.V.)
Ttmaa-unton.
"Tries children are oorchild
rtn, too; their future helps to
mould the destinies of America.
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
"These children ara dying like
flies at frost time and their
daatb is a long drawn oat, day
by day torture. San An'
tomo (Texas) Light.
"Wa must not procrastinate;
disease and starvation will
wait for no man's interference
and these hungry liula mites
hava none but us to hop for
id." Ne w Ha van (Cf.)
Times. Leader.
How can wa approach the
holidays with clear con
science tl or readers close
their ears to the cry of these
children t" Minneapolia
(Minn.) Tfewa.
The lives of these millions
of children depend a poo
America. We can let thetn
die or wa can aave them."
Council Bluff (ia.) A'o-
paml.
It is a Child's Right to Live
It has been said, "Old men male wars, young men fight them,
but always, the children suffer most." Th-?se children are the help
less victims of the late war and they are neither responsible for the
war nor for their coming into the world. Many of these children are
without either fathers or mothers; they live where local aid and
assistance are absolutely impossible, help must come from outside
if they are to continue to live.
Is a Child's Life Worth $10?
Ten Dollars will assure life for one of these children. It will
provide sufficient food and medical care enough to stand squarely
between life and death.
The life of a child in all God's earth there is no more precious
and priceless a thing.
And at least one little life should be yours to save. You who
love children surely will take to yoi hearts one of these innocent
little lives. You will need no further urging. Your hearts will
respond eagerly and generously.
Whatever your gift Ten Dollars to save one child, or Ten
Thousand Dollars to save a thousand children, send your gift with
out delay to either your local committee or to Franklin K. Lane,
Treasurer, 42 Broadway, New York City.
AMERICA'S CHRISTMAS GIFT to the CHILDREN o JROPE
European
Relief Council
HERBERT HOOVE. Chalrmaa
re.ANKl.lN K. LANS, Treaa
Te a ae trwre mw eMWrea thee
rvnra I knew AiwrtrtiiMIMht till
nttdi at heme, but I mak oe potasv
htna. to lar 99 ?or rvail
er i-glie? to avrrt tr.ir tfereei
lltraarv Ntr at ear ar
eae teea claim eervartah tChrac
Hmramrt Hrmt.
Aaaericea Prtwiae' Senrtre
Ceouatnee Quaen)
Americas Belief A4maatratea
Jewish Jetet Dtairtaetiea Cm
Aiawrkea Res' Ci-e
Calf-Ma efCetemeee
Feaeral Ceaactt Oiw4
ef Cbrt4 la Antenr
T.ata. T.W.CA
EUROPEAN RELIEF COUNCIL
Ma ka chfrk patymble tm
Franklin K. Lane, Treaaurer
Send either to your local committee or
to 42 Broadway, New York City.
Pleaaa And enttoaed my contribution as part
of America's Christmas Gift to the Starving
Children of Earope-
I
Name .
Addree
Placed on Tiny Grarrs in Cemetery at
! Dedham, Mass.
IVdham. Mas., Jan. 11. Fresh
vrrcalhs of pvprprwn fdai! on tiny
p-iivps in l'ino Ridfre cemetery for
cats and dops hfar testimony that for
tm r family pets are not forjrutten. The
n-nietery, the only one for animals in
th part of the rotintry, i controlled
!) tin- Animal Ieue league and now
contain KM) grave.
The lot is located in a aunny little
valley. In its center with a backer .ind
of firc-rii shrubbery is a tablet sur
mounted by the tntti of a white poo
dle, Mttitiff up as if bepirinff for at
tention. The ineription read: "To 4he
many dop who have given their lives
in the Kervice of man."
j The path from the rond leads througl;
a jrruje arbor and down rusfif tep to
a ?tne liiHioe. Here the master or mn
tress of a dead pet mav rest while the
prae i beinjr dug. In the winter
whn the ground is too hard to admit
burial, there ia a receiving vault where
the bndy is kept until cpring. There ia
aUo a crematory operated by the Ani
msl Rescue Icajrue at a charge of a few
dollar for each cremation.
A plain granite cube over one gTsve
i marked: "In memory of Master Billy
Ar!i.-f." This is the la-t reMing place
of the fluffy while terrier of (Jeotije
Arlirs. th actor. Hilly died last w in
ter while Mr. Arli w playing in lion
ton, and bis owner bought a lot and
irei!el the memorial.
A little further on i the burial plot
of "Kre." companion of Kii.sboih Stu
art 1'helpH Ward, the authoress.
fairy, a whilfl l'omeranian. has her
pliotograpli emrtettdeil in a lieadvtone
end the epitaph reads; "Our little blind
fairy. Pasted from darkness into light,
l.a-ier. 11MJ7."
I In an ont-of the-way grave in the
ei-rniT of the cimetery, is Mijrtfe4ed a
story of feline devotion. The dedica
tion read; "Dewey. He was only a
'cat, but he wa hi! loan enough to be of
great comfort in hour of sickness and
'pain.''
High School Notes.
It was decided lant term to have two!
honor rolls posted each month; one of
students getting an average of IK) per
cent in all subjects but one, in which at
least 7 per cent would have to lie at
tained: and another of the students do
ing superior work that is, getting an
average of 80 per cent in all subject j
hut one and not less than 1 7 per cent in
that. The lists will aUo be published.
Last Friday noon the advanced class
in the home economics served a formal
dinner to the fatuity and the members
of ths school board and their wives.
Maud Somerviile was waitress. Mr. and
Mrs. Wallis, and Mr. and Mrs. Dana
visited two classes following the din
ner and later the assembly given by the
third year people. At this assembly,
there wers vocal duets by Taul Cota
and Dori Griffith and by Marion
Jones and Sybil Stone, a solo by Paul
t ola, a recitation by Vaun 1'ierce, a I
double wedding tableau in which van-;
cms member of the class took part, and
the song, "Old Black Joe," by eight ;
bovs in negro costumes. Mr. Wallis, i
Mrs. Wallis and Mrs. Dana gave brief;
talks to the tehool.
Homer LaMorder, chairman of the 1
information committee, is organizing
an employment bureau. He wishes all
townspeople desiring students to work I
for their board, to work after school
nights or during vacation to notify him
and he will try to supply their wants.
Word has been received from Clifton
Greene that he has entered the A di
vision of the eighth grade in Petaluma,
( al. (the grade that he would be in
here), even after having been absent
several weeks. His English teacher
says that he is better prepared than
most children coming from outside
schools in fact, that he has had good
training. It is pleasant to know that
Wsptntield can compare favorably with
a t'alifomian city school.
The student council has voted, sub
ject to the approval of the bcJiooI
board, that all pupils having a monthly
record of good conduct. M in scholar
ship and no abnt and tardy marks
are to be excused from school on the
last Friday afternoon of the month.
Miss Dana has been asked to speak
on our high school in Waits field at the
winter meeting of the National Educa
tional association to be held in Atlantic
Cilv, Feb. 2.
Copyright 1920 Hart Schiffner & Mar
WHAT IS A FAIR PRICE JSOW FOR GOOD CLOTHES?
There are so many reasons given for various clothing sales that most men
aren't exactly sure what a fair price should be. We say it should be based
n present replacement prices, regardless of what we paid. Aren't we right
about it?
The Lowest Prices in Town
For Quality Clothes
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats,
S50.00 and $52.50, we're selling for
$39.50
Prices have come down since we bought. We'll take our
loss and sell these clothes at the new figures. Considering
the quality, our prices are the lowest in town.
If you aren't
satisfied, money
back
Moore & Owens
122 N. Main St. Barre's Leading Clothiers Tel. 275-M
i
Card of Thanks.
May we in this way make public, our
sincere appreciation of the help extend
ed during the n ght of the tire, which
destroyed our home. We ara most
grateful.
Mrs. Charles Ainsworth,
Mrs. Klien Joslyn,
Mis Mary Jos'lyn,
Mis Irene Jotilyn.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO
QUININE tablets. The genuine bears
the signature of E. W. Grove. 30c.
adv.
TOO TIRED
TO WORK?
If yon get up in the morning tired.
If you weary with little exertion and
if vim and go are lacking, depend
upon it that your liver is torpid. One
dose of Schenck'a Mandrake Fills will
"wake up" that laty liver and make
you feel like new. Schenck's Man
drake Pill are worth a trial tonight.
25e par box uncoatad ar sugar eoatad
Dr. J. H. Schenck A Son. Phlla. AdT
Wire Your House Now
Having your house wired by folks who know
their business is not a thing to be dreaded. It
can be done with far less muss than you put up
with in having your house papered or painted.
We have a good stock of beautiful fixtures to
select from.
BARRE ELECTRIC CO.
Telephone 98.
MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO.
Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants.
i "The Farmer" Worst Enemy Rats.
The Farmer's Best Friend
Rat-Snap."
! Tbi-se are the words of .Tame. nT
!.r. V .!.: "river m-e I tried RAT
SNA I' I have alway kept it in the
, 'MM.e. Never fail. I'sed about J.1 00
!..rth of RAT SNAP a year and fig
j nre it nve men fc.100 in chicks, eggs
snd feed. RAT-SVAI is convenient.
.' jii-t hr-sk up rake, no mixing with
. liier fortd." Three siies. 3.V, tV,
."". Si-M and guaranteed by R. L.
Clark and B. D. Tomi, Barre; I"ric
(Jiuin company. Middle, and llerry
u. Jutict, Moiil,eJ.er. Adv.
To Cure a Cold
in One Day
Take
Grovc'o
Laxative
QuinmQ
tablets
Be sure its Bromd
The genuine bean this aiAature
30c.
1 Tine M. B. Ptielps Co,, lm
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Special Cash Sale
OF
LEFT-OVERS
Among our odds and ends following regular invoicing we find
NICKEL TEAPOTS and COFFEE POTS
ALUMINUM PERCOLATORS and CUPS
ALUMINUM DOUBLE BOILERS
TIN DINNER PAILS
BREAD MIXERS
COFFEE MILLS
We are adding to these a new lot of KITCHEN PARING KNIVES
From 10c to 33c
There are but few of some of these articles, so inquire early if inter
ested. The prices will surprise you.
Phone 28
Barre
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