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- t ' . ,ult-., .I.. ,1.111 xztj.--si&&&i $10,000 MONTH "DANDERINE" PAID TRIBUTE Constipation To relieve it, and to stimulate tl-e torpid liver and other digestive or gans, taku the prompt and pleasant Hood's Pills Earn to take, easy to operate. iUils by 0. 1 i-lood Co.. Low"- AS ALIMONY TO HEROES OF '70 Gen. Gaucher, French Command er in German Tariff Zone, Placed Wreaths Girls! Save Yotir Hair! Make It Abundantl Demanded By Mrs. James A. Stillman, the Former "Fifi" Potter. Ill CHI BURNING RASH HEAD OVER GRAVES OF BOTH CONTESTANTS German Civilians Participated Until Band Played "Mar-seillaise" Allied Military Headquarters, Neusw, March 11 (By the Associated Press). General Gaucher, commander of French troops engaged in the occupation of the tariff zone along the Rhine, yesterday placcdwreaths' on the graves of French and German soldiers, who died during the war of 1S70 and the world conflict and were buried in the military ceme tery near here. As he placed his trib ute over the tombs of Germans he said: "These died in obedience to military or ders," while at the graves of the French he said: "They were our pioneers." N A French priest led the procession to the cemetery and was followed by a band playing a funeral march. Then followed French, Belgian and British soldiers and sailors from the gunboats anchored in the Rhine. Bringing up the rear was a straggling crowd of Ger man civilians. When the priest's prayer was finished, the band struck up the "Marseillaise" and the Germans who stood bareheaded during the invoca tion immediately put on their hats, re Hp the French na,- liiauui. ....... ---- - ..... i tional anthem was played and until the band had completed its rendition of . f"God Save the Mng. j After the ceremony, which was at-; tended by representatives ot Belgian ; and British forces, there was a review . of the troops of occupation. ! "It is very quiet here," General Gaucher remarked, "and I am going to : a theatre." I Referring to telegrams from Dussel- dwf to London, in which labor unions ( protested against liis proclamation pro hibitinir strikes,-he declared they were BOirt. as a resuii ui imimir uui of his announcement. In his proclama tion he said utrikes of workmen oper ,.,,i.t;.. Ttac.cttif Spa -would not be tviii pu.i.. . tolerated, but the German translation said that no strikes whatever wouia De permitted. a vs. Scratched and Irritated Scalp. Hair Fell Out. Cuticura Heals, "My head broke out In rash caused by getting overheated, and ucnea ana Durnea so I scratched and irritated my scalp.. The hair on the top of my bead fell out, and mv rest was bothered " at ntrht bv the itchincr. "I heean usinsr Cuti- ' cura Soap and Ointment and in two or three days my ecalp began to feel better, and after using one cake of Soap and one bo of Ointment I wa healed." (Signed) Mrs. Oscar Spink, R. F. D. 1, Paa coag. R. I., June 28, 1920. Improve your skin by dally use of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum. They are ideal. knltlKkfrnlv Mll. Adetr.w:"Ctr.U .r.t.rlM. Dpl H, II1 l, Mm " Sold try whir Soap 2U. Ointment SS ndiOe. Tlajm2t. 0sVCuticura Sop ibtm without mui. BOTH HAVE SUED FOR DIVORCE Stillman Claims Income Reduced from $800,000. a Year to $220,000 DON'T FUSS MUWLASIERS! Musterole Works Without the Blister Easier, Quicker There's no sense In mixing a mess of mustard, flour and water when you can easily relieve pain, soreness or stiff ness with a little clean, white Musterole. Musterole is made of pure oil of mustard and other helpful ingredients, combined in the form of the present white ointment It takes the place of mustard plasters, and will not blister. Musterole usually gives prompt relief from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy.rheuma tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chestf.it often prevents oneumonia). New York, March 11. Alimony of $10,000 a month is demanded of James A. Stillman, president of the National City band, by Mrs. Stillman, the for mer "Fifi" Potter. Their martial trou bles became public to-day. Mr. Stillman sued for divorce several weeks ago and Mrs. Stillman filed a counteract. The suits were kept cerot. Supreme Court Justice Morschauser, in confirming reports of the suit, Badd he had appointed a referee in the cae and a guardian for two-year-old Guy Stillman. Counsel fo Mr. Stillman is con testing the alimony demand claiming his income of 9800,000 a year has bei'n reduced to $:220,XX) by payment of in come and other taxes. Mr. Stillman, one of the youngest of New York's bank president, entered the service of the National City bank in 1898. In 1018, after the death of his, father, he was elected chairman of it board of directors and in 1919 he suc ceeded Frank A. Vanderlip as presi dent. Mrs. Stillman was Miss Anne Urqu hart Totter, daughter of James Brown Potter. nnd Mrs. Potter the actress, and ia niece of the late Bishop Potter of Kb Immediately after a "Danderine" massage, your hair takea on new life, ltiFtro and wondrous beauty, appearing twice as heavy and plentiful, because each hair seems to fluff and thicken. Don't let your hair stay lifeless, color less, plain or scraggly. You, too, want lots of long, strong, beautiful hair. A 3ii-eent bottle of delightful "Dan derine" freshens your scalp, checks dandruff and fallina hair. This stinv- ' ulating "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, : j ni's and abundant thickness all drug I cists! adv. INDIGESTION GOES, GONE! "Pape's Diapepsin" at once fixes Your Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomach A National Income Policy guarantees you will leave a fund for your family and safeguards the fund. Great service. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. Vt. (Mutual). 8. 8. Ballard, general agent, 4" State street, Montprl ier, Vt.; tieorge J. Seager, local agent. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take GROVE'S Laxative BROMO QUI NINE tablets. The genuine bears the i-ignature of E. W. Grove. (Be sure you get BROMO.) 30c Adv. stnmsen aciditv causes indication ! Food souring, gas, distress! Wonder what upset your stomach T Well, don't borther! The moment you eat a tablet or two of Pape's Diapepin all the lumps of Indigestion pain, the sourness, heartburn and belching of gasses, due to acidity, vanish truly wonderful! t ; Millions of people know that it ia needless to be bothered with indiges tion, dvfpepsia or a disordered stomach. A few "tablets of Pape's Diapepsin neu tralize acidity and give relief at once no waiting! Buy a box of Pape's Dia pepsin now! Don't stay miserable! Try to regulate your stomach so you can eat favorite foods without causing dis tress. The cost is so little. The benefit so great. Adv. j The Company OF the People, FOR the People made BY the People The Greatest Life Insurance Company in the World Greatest tf&Sl. Greatest I S KZ Kini GrealestfSjSSffltj ureaiesi j in come ui caiwi i ijug.negs in i In IIealth and elfare Vork Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (INCORPORATED BY THE STATE OF NEW YORK) , HALEY FISKE, President FREDERICK H. ECKER, Vice-President Business Statement, December 31, 1920 Assets X $9S0,913,0S7.17 Larger than those of any other Company in the World Increase in Assets during 1920 $116,091,262.62 Larger than that of any other Company in the 'World Liabilities -$917,463,234.24 Surplus $33,447,832.93 Ordinary (annual premium) Life Insuiance paid for in 1920 . . $1,062,3S9,920 More than has ever been placed in one year by any Company m the World Industrial (weeky premium) Insurance paid for in 1920 ...... . . .$589,560,231 More than has ever been placed in one year by any Company in the World s Total Insurance placed and paid for in 1920 .$1,651,930,131 The largest amount placed in one year by any Company in the VV orld Gain in Insurance in Force in 1920 . v $ W6,360,0S0 More than has ever been gained in one year by any Company in the World The Company GAINED more insurance in force both in 1919 and in 1920 than any other Company WROTE. Total Amount of Oustandinjj Insurance $6,3S0,012,514 Larger than that of any other Company in the World Number of Policies in Force Decembei 31, 1920 23,899,997 Larger than that of any other Company in America Gain in Number of Outstanding Policies 2,129,326 More than any Company in the World has ever gained in one year Number of Claims paid in 1920 . . . . . . . ; f Q . 312'6S9 Averaging one claim paid for every 28 seconds of each business day of 8 hours Amount paid to policy-holders in 1920 .$81,237,393.70 Payments to policy-holders averaged $556.86 a minute of ea:h business day of 8 hours Reduction in general mortality at ages 1 to 74 in 9 years, 22.7 per cent. Typhoid reduction. 72 per cent; Tuberculosis, 40 per cent; Heart disease over 1 per cent; Bright's disease, nearly 27 per cent; Infectious diseases of children, over 8 per cent. In general reduction and for each principal cau5e of death this is far gi eater than that shown by statistics of the Registration Area of the United States. Death Rate for 1920 on the Industrial business lowest in history of Company. Dividends declared payable in 1921, nearly $11,000,000 Metropolitan Nunises made 1,625.271 visits in 1920, free of charge to sick In dustrial Policy-holders, including 14,667 visits to persons insured under Group policies. Metropolitan men distributed over Eighteen Millions of pieces of literature on health , . . . , l4. Eringing the total distribution to over 2UOO0.OOO exclusive of Company neaan magazine, of which over 18,000,000 are annually distnbuled A. J. LYONS, Deputy Superintendent, 189 No. Main Street jrfr X Alt it'- 0 t4,-V-v-45m'U X is vi i s ev. v.v jp. x. i 4 - X 9. f ? St 3 iimnii "i 11 f ir ';rr C Copyricht 1921 Ilart Schaffner & Mara If you ' v any clothes this spring, be sure of the quality you get; we're so sure of the quality we're fin-in that we say "money back if you aren't satisfied." NOTHING TO COMPARE WITH THESE HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES There may be cheaper prices. There aren't any better values anywhere. You buy clothes for the wear and style you get and because these clothes give you more service and satisfaction for the money you spend than any others they are low priced for you. Money back if you don't think so. Barre's Leading Clothiers Moore & Owens Open Monday Evenings as Usual, j Telephone 275-M 122 North Main Street MORETon a BAJ fl rfu f A D fl! II (fu More thsui 60 yrs. ago an English chem ist becan to manu facture BEECH AM'S PILLS. Today they have the largest ale of any medicine in Ladies1 Petticoats ft VtUtcntt, ill r.4"r. V ffTcr thrm t tJe rr" .( Hm nth TVr won't Ut lore at 'hi frioe. Cojr in aa4 Uc & Oara D. Shortt KartHeli. Vcree&t Tlio concert wlii.h to he (riven Wednenlxv rveninc by thf V'a;1r.fi.H anl M.nt'.wn flioral lul was j)os1pincJ owinc t.i h:ga water. Mr. anJ Mr. W. H. Hark were ir. M.iiilndicr SiimUv to, attend t!i- fn- n. ral uf i!r. K. it Clark. V It Vernev 'f WeU-trrv illf a a (rnet at 1. K. erney Sunday. Mr. and Mr. H.r!rt Smith and ". Norman. f Waiutit ld iited at '. K. Klanaan'a Sunday. The lade," aid hfld a bu-in mfi ine at the vetry of t)ie M.-thxlift (hurch Wednesday a(terno"H. Mr. and Mr. Wiliiarn l-"n f fat-ton i-itd at H. J. Nfl " Sun da v. Mr. and Mr. Ti irt Neil of Warr. n and Mr- ard Mr. Horace Kinp-'.iry ,f V,,.t'fi-Id vi-.:. 1 at A. l K n." l.urt" Vnr;dvr. Frank K!-r of N. r'l fi'ld if at P. K. fn" ' I'r-day. Mr. Pohert V ttr f (''.! c-K-t at XV. II. tir.' f r St r.! v,. j. iv. M . Mi'-' ' rrr. ;y ! 3 a Trir of ti.l . Kftiw'h Ward ff Iarn ' "'.! -- at 1; "T" oiif tH rl. y,T. r.4 M-. V,. A K -r---:-T '. dai-ru'r. V.vh, were so ! i2r Sj .ut a)'. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting'genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"! SAFETY FIRST! Accfpt only an "urbrolcen raJe" f f enuinc "Bavcr Tablets of Asf'm," which conUirs preper direc tions tor Headache, Earache, Toothache. Neuralgia, Co'.ds, Rheu matism. Neuritis, Lurr.haro, aai pain generally. Strictly American! Fan? t-a K-if -f 12 t-ta roet V.t a f e-m Larf-r jekaoa. AWirt. la't. tr4. -k .f E.r H.a3f.rt .f M.etraeM f-W If J 1 t