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TflK BAHKE DAILY TIMES. liAKIlE, VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1922.
ALL EUROPE MINERS ASK MORE WAGES All 85c Ten Inch Double Disc IS INVITED To the Genoa Ecouomio Confer ence, Says Lloyd (Jeorgi; Anthracite Men Seek 20 l'er Cent Increase in Con tract Scale "BECAUSE WE WANT AND ft PER DAY FOR ALL DAY WORKMEN TO PUT END TO WARS" No Distinction in the Invitation Stcps Taken to Strike April 1 to Nations Has Been Made If Agreement Not Reached Co ITM.Tb-in'nwv f w AM I riJrX mm ( Lr MOTOR CARS Buick Sixes fi-Six-44 Three Past. Roadater 3-Six-43 Five Ptan. Touting -31-Sti-46 Three Pat. Con pa . 33-Sia-47 Fira Paat. Sedan . 3 J-Six-43 Four Past. Coupe . 33-Sit4' Sayan Pan. Touting 33-Sii-SO Sevan Paaa. Sedan $ists 13VS IBIS 315 3075 15SS 337S Buick Fours 33-Four-34 Two Paaa. Roadatat t 893 33-Four-35 Fira Paaa. Touring 935 33-Four-36 Three Paaa. Coupe 1395 33-Fout-37 Fire Paaa. Sedan J39S All Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan Atk About the C.V.AC Fla ' Th e B uick Four Se d an is Low and Convenient This important feature of Buick design adds mate rially to the car's appear ance; makes for greater passenger convenience and increases immeasurably the sense of safety and security so essential to driving satisfaction. ' (024) London, Jan, 21. (By the Associated Press I, Premier Lloyd Oorgo, ad dreaaing the national Liberal confer ence to-day, declared that ull the na tions of Europe, without distinction, had been invited to the Genoa economic conference "because we want to put an end to constant wars and rumors Of wars." Discussing the Washington eonfer- Shauiokin, Ta,, Jan, 21. Demands adopted by the tri-district wage con vention of the anthracite minors, which adjourned late last night, will be pre ented for ratification to the interna -ional convention of the United Mine Workers at Indianapolie next month The principal demands provide a 20 ( I,., ' l l, .,.,.. ,.f thn wur rt 'pei vein iiineasB. ui inti i-umiaut waKo largely depends upon good understand- j ) advance of l day for ing between the United States and our- employed by the day. liiwteen de. ...tnra h. ,U.na mr. niarula were presented some of a. tech- than anything else to restore that understanding," - The premier in referecing to interna tional conferences in general said that if there had been a conference in July 1911, there would Lave been no war in August 1914, 'No ' international conlerence ever settled Europe's problems, he said. nical character. All were adopted! without wvioim opposition. j "The convention took the important step of instructing the scale committer ! to perfect arrangements "providing for , a suspension of mining on April 31, when the pivxent wage scale expires. President; John L. Lewis of the inter national organization to-day expressed.1 "but they have advanced the cause of igratilication at the action of the an- R G. BENNETT Barre, Vt. WHEN BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM NEWBURY Next Sunday evening there will be a Fpeeial service in the Congregational rhnrvh mid it will be, a service which this community should be interested in, and no doubt will be, as Miss Brice, our lied Cros nurse, will be one of the Fpeakers and will give an account of Iior work in this place during the past jvar. 1). S. Jones will respond for the schools and . Mr. Ives for the boy clinic, held at Wells River on Dee. 17 by Doctor Henry A.- Ladd of Burling ton, who recommended that two be. re ceived at the preventorium at Essex farms. You can learn a lot more re garding the work of this accomplished and cultured Red Cross , murse, Mips Brice, if you attend this community meeting next Sunday evening at 7:30. May everyone make an effort to be present, , . Doctor Darling has disposed of his runabout, as he thinks shoe leather is feout During the month of Decem ber tho Newbury Red Cross nursing ! cheaper than gasoline. He sold it to service records 129 visits, 33 of which two of pur young men who will use the were nursing calls. Talks on first aid were given to the boy scouts and the usual elates in home hygiene and care l the sick were held at the high school. Three children were taken to the "chest CONSTIPATION Is the Curse of Creation and 90 per cent of the atart of every cerloua sickness causing de pression of spirits, Irritability, drowsiness, loss of appetite, cor rect this trouble at once, and you will be as near proof against pos sible infection and disease. TAKE ; iiJB, MANDRAKE TlLLSToi?ntWf; AtaUDruMsts25abaX Sugar eoaud or Vneoatcd VV-S engine in the manufacture of wood, for $.300, less a cash discount of $4tf5; this, after paying the storage charges of $0 per year for three years. will leave the- doctor three dollars in the bole, but then, the loss is nothing compared to the mental friction brought on when the doctor trier to start the " thing." especially received at headquarters .first corps area. tor several years the Grant family were residents of this place and the many friend will watch with in terest the rise of this young man. Electric lights have been installed in the home of Mrs. Mary Wallace. The six boys who attended the Older Boys' conference in Barre came home ehuckcr-bloek full of enthusiasm and are loud in their praise of the hospital ity shown them by the people of Barre. Tho missionary meeting met with Mrs. Hale Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Warren Bailey leader: subject. stove "Harriers Between Jieignbors." Friday peace on earth. I have profound con viction and faith in the ultimate rea son of mankind." Mr. Llovd George was greeted w ith a storm of cheers when he appeared on the platform in Central' hall, where the conference was held. All the coali tion ministers and liberal members of parliament were present. The premier immediately began a discussion of the advantage accruing to the empire from the Irish settlement. "It is the first time for a century" he said, "that we have had an Irish govert-ncnt established with the whole hearted sanction of the people of (Jreat Britain." Mr. Lloyd George sai id that the Irish ; settlement had embraced the prestige of Great Britain throughout the world and had deprived her enfcmies of "the foree of that taunt that we were al ways willing to give exalted advice to oilier nations, which we never followed ourselves." Touching on the subject of a general election, he disclaimed that he had started the talk of it, saying he had not made up his mind in regard to such an election and that it would not he his business to do so until the last minute. j World trade, lie said, was In a worse plight than any one present had ever before witnessed. He continued1: "International confidence is the basis of international trade. The problem confronting Great Britain and the world may be summed up.in one phrase "restoratioin of international confidence." Reduced in Price to NORTH CALAIS SOUTH WOODBURY hn in a hurry. For further information- regarding the automobile trade ask the doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells of the Tuft's school, Watcrtown, Conn., spent the week end in town with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Darling. They were on their return from a snowshdeing hike in the Franconia mountain. Mrs. Clara Atkinson has been spend ing the pant few days with Mrs. Emslie of Montpelier. We notice in the state news that "Corporal Robert B. Grant, 1724 infan try regiment, Vermont National Guard. and a resident of Northlield, has been designated to take the West To'int en trance examination to lie held begin nmsr Ajarcn i with a sion to the academy Juiy I, according 10 a war department announcement afternoon the Benevolent society met '.i- , i - wnii ii ms rejes. The remains of Napoleon Lupine were brought here for burial on Iat Thursilay and interment made in the Oxbow burying ground. Many years ago Mr. Lupine was a resident of New- I bury, he and his family living in the house now owned by Mrs. Mafy Bai ley, but for the last 20 years he has made his home at North Haverhill. , Mrs. Ilattie Cray, who had leen spending a few days with Mrs. Nellie Goodell, returned to her home in Barre last Wednesday. Mrs. Nellie Goodell returned home last Friday, after a three days' visit with friends in Montpelier and Barre. Clifford Doty of Detroit, Mich., was a visitor at B. II. Benjamin's last Tues-! day. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Beaulac are en- ' Mrs. Oarena Burnham- of Groton, Mass., was a recent guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Lawson. Edwin Webster is stopping with, Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Lawson in East Cal ais. Roy Jyikman was a. business visitor in North Montpelier Monday.' Lavuke Ainswortli was in Hardwkk the first of the week, Mr.. 'and. Mrs. Raymond Adams of North Troy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams over the week end. Warren Fair was a business visitor in Haidwiek Monday, M. A. Playton was in North Mont pelier Monday. Mr. and .Mrs. W. I. Rickard of East Montpelier were in town Saturday. . Walter Clyde Dailey was the guet of his unele, W. J, Dailey, in South Woodbury Sunday. Elmer Celley of East -Calais was Sunday visitor in the place. Harold Fair of East Calais was a visitor at John Farr's Sunday. , j Nelson Smith was a visitor at i Charles Wing's in East Calais Friday. Wayne, Keribnor was a busiuess vis itor in Montpelier Monday. Mr. anj Mrs, Delbert Persons and Mia Franrelia of North Montpelier were in the place Saturday. . Ned Webster of Cabot was a caller at Frieman Lawson's Monday. Dennis Lawcon was a business Visit or in North Montpelier one day recently. TUNBRIDGE R. O. Fisk returned last week from several weeks spent at his old home in New York state. R. II. Luce got bad Wor on the neck from the branch of a falling tree one lu I. I! . ,A I.. .' .1 .... I tertainmg friends from Burlington. ,, m.- ri Air. fliul Mrs. kmtrann iimr f . . . ... r. . , ; giatuUte him that it wai no worne, - r n - " "-,T M relative iiore. 7S A good selection of the most popular records now on sale at these reduced prices by all the Columbia dealers COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE CO, NEW YORK. VERSHIRE NORTH MONTPELIER What! A concert given by the God flard ( lee dub. W here? At North Montpelier hall. When? Monday eve ning, Jan. 23. Supper and dance after concert. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tasie and lit tle son, after spending a few days at R. B. Tassie's, have gone to Mountain Lake park, where Mr. Tassie has position. Clyde Perry of Barre was a recent visitor in the place, Give a Perpetual Income. to your wife, father, mother, faith ful servant or old friend. An annuity is the thing. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual k. S. S. view to admis-J Ballard, general agent, 45 State street. .Montpelier; U. J. Seager, local representative. TT ? Yes Low a rices .' For one week only, beginning Thursday, January 19, 1 am going to show the men of Barre and vicin ity that I can sell them as good shoes as are made at a price hard to equal. AH Dress Shoes, styles and leathers, from $3 to $6 All Work Shoes from $25 to $4.50 Rubbers arc goinff at reduced prices, too. Men's Light Rubbers $1.00 and $1.15 Men's Heavy Work Rubbers $1.23 20 per cent discount on all Heavy Rubbers. You will make no mistake in buying Shoes here for your future needs. Watch this space for other sales. Your inspection solicited A. Bisset "Everything in Footwear" 2 MERCHANT STREET, . BARRE. say ; .'.. .. n mj m i DAUGHTER HAD TO HELP MOTHER Now Can Do All Her Housework AIoneBecauseLydiaE. Piokluni' Vegetable Compound Helped Her Jasner Minn. "I saw in thenar about Lydia E. PinUham'a Vegeta ble Compound and ,mimiiMUIIHMjl 1 1 I " r -Is took it because 1 was having such pains in my stom ach and through my back that I could not do my work. 1 had tried other medicines.- buf none did ma the gnod that our ege table Compound did. .Now I am able to do ail my work atone while before I do it. I have told a number of had my daughter staring at borne to e friends what it has done for me and friv you permuwion to u.e my letter testimonial." Mrs. Jese ITterskn. Route 1. Ja.per, Minn. There is no beter reason for your trying Lydia C I'inWnam'a Vegetable Om pound than this it ha hetped ether women. So if ynm suffer from displacements, hregTjlaritjea, back arbe, nerrwjTes or are rasmrj tbrourt th Chansre of Life rTnem lr this npien-l-.d medifiae. What it did for iirx. i'eteroea it Buy oo fee JO-X The Vegetable Ctwrnrnmd sta-v-i vpm a ft-datioo f near! Kt ' years of lemae. i i.. ti . . i jir.B. i. r. iiuusiiin went reeenuy 10 j j.- nreiwoi K, jie., eaueu mere oy me ; Sunda v serious nines oi ner sisier Mrs.Mary King went the last of the Meek to barre, where she lias employ ment. Christine Morrison was home from Ilardwirk over the week end. There were 12 births. 11 deaths and two marriajres in Woodbury in llfcJl. A. L. Aiiisworth moved his family to Korth Montpelier last Wednesday." Mr. and Mrs Xeil Daniels of Granite ville are atoppiiuf for a few weeks at the home of K. M. Daniels. Mrs. Amanda Haskell of Calais was a, ealler in the plaee last Tuesday. Two little ehildren Jif Mr Malel Wmk1 are staying here at their grand lather's, Kllie" Barnett. Areme imiuism ot .Montpelier ti at W. O. Southwiik's over Thursday nipnt. Mrs. Kllie Barnett was in St. Johns bury Wednesday on bukiness. Some from this plaee attended Oie re-dedieation of the Methodist church at Marshtield last Friday. -Mr. and Mra, .Byron Kant man w ere in I'laintield a few days the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lamherton of Marshfield hill-were week-end guests of ('. M. Lamuerton. Miss Mildred Lmery of Mar.hnVU is nursinz in the familr of Charles Auvtin. Mrs. Anois Beaton is very siek. Mrs. Mabel Vod returned Monlv from the Wpital.at St. Johnsburr. Air. and .Mrs. Albert ware nave a daughter, weighing Jive pounds, born Jan. 12. Word was received Monday of the dei-ease of Mrs. C W. Ilavward at her i home iu Randolph. She was the moth- jer of Dr H. II. Hay ward. j Frank Folsom has returned from his Massarhusetta visit The annual creamery meeting, winch was to lmve been. held the tirst Men day in January, but was postponed be cause .of the "illness of Mrs. Floreni-e Orr, the ecretary and treasurer, will be held Monday, Jan. 23. Mr. I llen tlark and son. Homer, and Lesli" Luce and son of Haverhill. X. II., stepped at W. H. Orr's Thurs day night, when on the way to attend the funeral of theirbrother, Jed C. Luce of Lowell, Mass., which was held at Wilmarth Luce's in Chelsea. Mrs. Humphrey and Mrs. Orr accompanied, them to tie funeral. Lloyd and Leon Harding are ill in ' Montpelier. John Sleeper and Dort" Orr have! joined the teamsters in Lebanon. j All ara rejoiced to learn that Mrs. Climona S. Bissell writes that Mr. Bissell if now framing rapidly. Holden was in Concord. X. If., lor ins liuicK car jle was, stalled by deep snow near Xew port J The annual meetinjr of Tunbridire co-operative creamery will occur at the town hall Saturdav" Jan. 21, at l..!0 p. m. Dewey, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Farnham, has had a severe attack of asthma the past week. (Korge l ounp, about . ears younp. a hijhly rc.pecleil e it Seen, is reported in very feeble health. . RES ML 5oofhinq And He&linq For5kin Disorders NEW YEAR'S SALE A Special Discount of 10 per cent on Nearly All Cash Sales of $1 or More. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES ON PAINTS During this sale I am making a special Cash Discount on many of the articles you are looking forj such as Men's Sweaters Working; Gloves Boots and Shoes Children's Hosiery, only. ... 15 cents a pair, 2 pair for 25c A Few Suggestions at Special Prices! Sugar, per lb :. 6c Tea, per tb 30c and 37c Oatmeal, per tb 4c Cornmeal, per tb 3Vle Lenox Soap, per cake .... 5c Maxfield's special 4c j Thread, per spool ,5c O. N. T. Cotton, spool. . .9c Ladies' Underwear, at. .49c Men's Balbriggan, at ... 59c Men's Work Shirts at . . 69c Men's Odd Frocks, at . . . 89c SAVE CARFARE BY BUYING HERE, NOW! E. E. MAX FIELD. Plainfield, Vermont. ?3L 1 1 I 1 Jf 1 1 BRADFORD Albert Aldrich is culiine k-e. Cornell Larima has returned to bis ot k in the veneer mill. A l rolled onlo hi foot. 51rs. Datid S. Conant of St. Johns- bury has fallea on the ice and broken ber writ. HerW II. Moore was in F-at Corioth last week, working oa Ieter Worth ley's bouw. Mia I'aa Wilson r.f SprinpfielJ. Ma, is recoverim from an ofrsikxi for fpeivlM-itis at tlie Miller Rner bctf nal, Wincliei,'. Mass. A daughter i U,rs Jan 7 a Mr. nmr Kmer, XewtB i!i. Maw Mm. K Yiifyt, a fonrrr lea. Ier kfre, Mi Markm C. IV.le. 1 BnnK.niI '-dmv w ant'.hfT 'w f t-"-y T or"lsy evrntr,?. Tiber 'sid jt! Vl'l tram. BAKER'S COCOA The Food Drink That Suits Everyone old and young, the well and the ill It is not artifi cially flavored. 53 but. having the ficticious, natural flavor and aroma of high-grade cocoa beans of which one never tires. ma boused at every meal WUTER & CO. LTD.- 5 tri I -Me VmO'TCSTTK MASS ACHt'5 CTTS Barntf oj C am f ,i fmt. t.g .T Mr -g ia i-f -iM n.t ai n.t -aar Ml Ui EARLY POSTMASTERS IN BARRE JOHN BAKER was the first postmaster of Barre. Appointed at very early day, he held the office for many years. Later, new postomce was located at South Barre, and Walter Chaffee was appointed postmaster. Each Sunday he would come to church at the north end of the town, with the week's mail stuck :n his hat, and deliver it at noon on the meeting house steps. Postage in those days cost 25 cents for each letter that came over 400 miles, 6 14 cents being the charge for the shortest distance. Walter Chaffee, as he stumped his way along on his wooden leg, with the mail stuck in his hat, was one of Barre 's first public servants. Your Light and Power Company is also a public servant, born of the greater community needs which came with the march of community progress. Like the early postmaster, its aim is to serve you to your satisfaction. Montpelier & Barre Light & Power Company