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FKIDAYi JAXUAltY 27, 1022.
ARMS PARLEY AT STANDSTILL It Measures U in Tea Quality FRANK, NOltA 100 of its Selling' Cost DAYE5 00 While Awaiting Outcome of President Harding's Move TED LEWIS THE HAKKK VA1LY TIMES, UAKUE, VT., nnKi n C7 n ra n ICIC V u f 1 Mil,, " in ii ill m STANDARD" THE WORLD OVER U271 EAST CALAIS Rev. Fred Enjrel oi Woodbury will t)uk in Union church over Sunday at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Lucy Keniston of Montpelier is spending a few weeks with Mrs. C. R. Dwinoll, her aunt. ; It is hoped that the women of Cal ais (north, east, south and weft) will r Mother's Coughs and Colds Go Quickly She cannot afford to be sick and neglect her household duties. At the first symp tom she prepares the way for auick recovery by the .'VyA Immediate use of Grays jTS-fthA 0 Syrup-a household of sixtv ears standing. H ' J V. . . k I " Lmr " keep "in mind the meeting Saturday, Jun. 28, and try to be present. , It is exported that there will be sewing to be iriven out, tewing to be done for the tuberculosis hospital inBarre. Any who cannot attend this meeting; who would like some of the sewing, can have same by notifying Mra. Guy Ban croft or Mrs. E. E. Brown. Barney Adclson was a recent visitor in South Cabot. John Bancroft was in Montpelier on business the first of the week. Mm. Robert Keniston and daughter are visiting Mrs. Keniston parents in Morrisville. Miss Mildred Wheeler visited her aunt in Cabot the first of tlus week, Mrs. Lee White and son of Mont pelier are visiting friends in town. Walter Smith of Calais was a busi ness visitor in the village Wednesday. Mcrl Benjamin was in East Montpel ier recently. , ; . , Mrs. Charles Scribncr of Korth Cal ais viRited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,. A. Keniston, part! of the week. TO BRING FAR EAST NATIONS TOGETHER Latter Propose to Begin Drafting New Treaty ' Saturday A Typical Husband. 'Your husband is a great home the lover, isn't he?" "Yes, especiallv on when we're invited out Boston Transcript. evenings together." WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for '"Colds' Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache , Lumbago, Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package wfcich contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxea of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 DruggiaU. Aspirin Is Cm trade nuk of Bayer Manufacture of Mouoaoetieaddester ef BslIcrUeeeUI ' Washington, IX C Jan. 27 (by the Associated Press). The arms confer ence continued to mark time to day on the few iswues now awaiting final set tlement pending the outcome of Pres ident Harding's move to bring the Jap anese and Chinese together in a, com plete agreement on the Shantung ques tion. : Although the two groups, which now have agreed on every detail involved in the restoration of the fornrtr German leasehold in China outside of the trou blesome railroad itsue, had announced that they would not meet to consider the compromise proposal on that be fore to-morrow at the earliest, there were known to be important moves underway 'behind the scenes in Urking. Tokio and Washington. The general confidence that these could not result in anything but a complete agreement had been strengthened to-day by the announcement that the Japanese and' Chinese representatives would begin .o morrow morning tiic aratting or a treaty. CABOT erafteis SI I For Constipated Bowels, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Bilious Liver The nicest cathartic-laxative in the world to physic your liver and bowels when you have dizzy headache, colds, biliousness, indigestion, or upset, acid stomach is candy-like "Cascams bowels completely by morning, and you will feel splendid. "They work while you sleep." (ascarets iwver stir you up or grippe like Salts, Fills, Calomel. or Oil and they cost only ten cent a I 1 . l ' 1 1 1 l . J - One or two to-night will empty your box. Children love Cascarets too. Adv VheifYou Have That Candy Hunger that deep craving that only good sweets will satisfy Demand DARTMOUTH CHOCOLATES Of course we're a little biased on the subject but. we never lose a Dartmouth Chocolate customer. And the reason is because they really do please everybody. A REAL VERMONT PRODUCT I Please come in today. You'll find a pound or two of Dartmouth Assorted a "private stock well worth while. R. II. Dovner, Waitsfield, Vt, Mrs. George Marr has returned to her home in Williamstown, after spending a few week with her daugh ter, Mrs. Kaymond Farrington. Cecil Foster was a recent busine.-s visitor in Montpelier. Mrs. Julia Barr has been ill the past few weeks and gains slowly. Dorothy and . George Webster are stopping with their grandmother, Mis. Krnet Bliss, and attending school. Mr. and -'Mrs. Fred Kimball of Woodsville were guests at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. K. 1). Waldo recent ly. Mr,C Kimball remained a week and cared for Mrs. Waldo, whom she found ill with the prevailing distemper. Mrs. Puna Perry has taken her youngest daughter, Krlene. to Boston for treatment for the result of infan tile paralysis. Elmer'Labree was a business visit or in Montpelier last week Friday. Several of the high chool students went in a double team to Marslifield to hear the lecture given by Bishop E. H. Hughes on the "Biography of a Boy." K. A. Mcrritt demonstrated the use fulness of his Fordson tractor last week by going t Marshfield depot and drawing up air automobiles whic.li he had recently purchased, drawing two at each trip. Miss Feat I Perry is .topping with her grandmother, Mrs. Klmira Smith, while her mothei Is absent in Boston. Mrs.. Will Kenaston fell last' week and sprained her wrist quite Kidly. T. .J. Orn.i will move into illiani Kenafctm ' house this week Everett WalbriJge. Philip Smith and tJIendon Ome attended the Older Boys' conference, as delegate from the Con?rVgational rhurch, which was held in Barre recently. A fine report" was given by each one at last Sunday' session of Sunday -school. Five hun dred and thirty -five Iwya were pres ent from 97 towns at the conference. William Kenaston has been repair ing the Woodard block, which he pur chased a frw months ago, and will move into it this week. L. J. Ciough was home from Dan ville over Sunday. He is assisting h's son-in-law on his farm near Joe's pond. Stuart Carroll and Earl Pike attend ed the Older Boys' conference as dele gates from the M. E church. Miss Florence, Harvey was detained from teaching in the Merritt dU.tri'1 last week by an attack of tonsilitts. Miss Hazel Perry is stopping with her aunt. Mr. Warner Smith, in Marshfield, dnring the absence of her mother in Boston. Last Sunday about noon the wind began to bk'W and blew tempest uom-ly the rest of tne day and until about midnight. Some roads were badly driftej. which gave the snowroller a chance to work. On Wednesday. Jan. IS, the Kinir's Daughters held their annual meeting j at the home of Mis. Emma Tuitker. A ' good number of memlters were pres. ! ent and all report a fine time. The ! following oflivr were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Fran ces alhTidge; vice-president. Mrs. t.ertrude Stacy; treasurer, Mrs. Emma Tucker: flower fund committee. Mr. Nellie I.vford; correspondent commit- Not a Laxative Nujol la a lubricant ft Medicine r laiallre cannot (ripe. ys htm yen are constipat ed, there U ot enut lubricant reduced ky yenr yatem t Veep lb food waste aofu Docteri yrecrib Najol because it actiea ia close la this natural lubricant. Try it laday. VAN (r SCHEKCK An All-Star Bill MARION HARRIS VW1LUAM5 t r AL JOLSON Suppose you went down town tonight and found a single show, whose twinkling lights boasted all these stars on its bill : Al Jolson, Nora Bayes, Van & Schenck, Bert Williams, Ted Lewis, Marion Harris, Frank Crumit, Dolly Kay, Paul Biese, Deiro, Furman & Nash. , "Some show!" you say. . , Yqusaidit. , v Right in your own home tonight you can hear each and every one of these popular stars in their latest hits on Columbia Records. "All the favorite popular stars make records for Columbia only. Columbia has always led the way with the latest hits of the top;liners. PAUL J W BIESE ,5, NASH You follow the crowd to find a good show. Follow the popular record fans and you'll find what you want on m' 9 m All 8Sc 10-ihch Double Disc Records Now t7 U ' Here's the Pick of the List Sc POPULAR SONGS Da Da Da My Darling-. Tenor Solo. Frank Crumit . . . Whan Franda Dancaa With Ma. Tenor Solo. Frank Crumit .-.. Yoo-lloo. AI Jolson . Ceorcia Rosa. Male Quar tette. Broadway Quartette Tan Little Fing-era and Ten Little Toae. Tenor Solo. Irving Kaufman . . . . Dapper Dan. Tenor Solo. Frank Crumit . . . . . Sweet Lady from Tangerine. Tenor Solo. Frank Crumit . You're Juat the Type for a Bungalow. Tenor Solo. Frank Crumit . . . Tuck M to Sleep in My Old Kentucky Home. Edwin Dale and George Rcardon . My Sunny Tennesaee. Male Quartette. Broadway Quar tette ... . . . . April Showere from Bom bo. Al Jolson . . . Weep No Morel My Mammy ). Tenor Solo. Vernon Dalhart Sally, Won't You Come - Back from Ziegfeld Follies of 1931. Tenor Solo. Joe Schenck Learn to Smile from Th O'Brien Ctrl. Tenor Solo. Charles Harrison . . . .. A-352I 7Sc A-3313 75c A-3477 75c A -3475 75c A-34G3 75c A-3500 75c A-3478 75c FOXVTROTS In a Boat. Intro. "Peache." The Happy Six . . . . . Emalina. Intro. " Remember the Roae. Yerkea Jaaarimba Band . ... . . .: Canadian Capers. Intro. "Dreaming." PaulBieaeTrio Pang eroua Bluas. Intro; ' ''Sweet Love." PaulBieaeTrio Na-Jo. The Happy Six , . .1 Jabbarwocky. The Happy Six J I Ain't Nobody's Darling. Song Fox-Trot. Paul Eieae Trio and Frank Crumit . . Frankie and Johnny. Song Fox-Trot. Paul Biese Trio and Frank Crumit . . . Molly O. Art Hickman ' Or chestra . ... . . . . . Goodbye, Pretty Butterflies. Art Hickman 'a Orchestra . Sweet Lady. Intro. "Vamping Rose." Columbia Dance Or chestra South Sea lales. Intro. "She's Just a Baby." The Happy Six - Why Dear. Intro. "Sweet." The Happy Six ..... When the Sun Coes Down Blues ;and Onca in a Blue Moon.' The Happy Six . .j A-34S8 75c A -34 70 75c - A-3503 75c ' A-3459 75c A-3438 75c A-3467 75c A-619 91.25 A-6178 $1.50 ORCHESTRAS Lucia Di Lammermoor Se lections. Metropolitan Op era House Orchestra . . . Vespri Sicilianl Overture. Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra . Hearts and Flowers. Ciacin-1 nati Symphony Orchestra , I A-6182. Love in Idleness (Serenade;.! $1.50 Cincinnati Orchestra . . . ' Dance of the Hours. Part I from L Gioconda. Gino Marinuxzi and His Sym- . phony Orchestra .... Dane of the Hours. Part II from Lm Gioconda. Gino Marinutzi and His Sym phony Orchestra . . . . Mikado Medley. Overture. Philharmonic Orchestra of New York . . .... Mile. Modiste Medley. Over ture. Philharmonic Orches-: tra of New York . . . . j Samson at Dalila. "Danse' Bacchanale." French Sym phony Orchestra . - . . Ca price io Eapagnel. French Symphony Orchestra . .' : Poet and Peasant Overture.' Part I. Chicago Symphony Orchestra Poet and Peasant Overture. Part II. Chicago Symphony Crchestra , A-C134 $1.50 A-146 $1.50 A-122 $1.50 A-5MI $1.50 OPERATIC Carmen "Canzonadel Tore-1 ador" (Song of the Tore-1 46 ad or). Riccardo Stracciari $1.50 and Male Chorus . . -. .y Aida O terra addio (Fare weuYO Earth. RosaPonselle and Charles Hacket . . . 49734 $2.00 Rigoletto Quartette Bella l figlia dell'amore. Barrien-1 49782 to-. Gordon, Hackett, Strac- f $2.50 ctan. . . .. Carmen "Habanera Jeanne Gordon era." , 49858 . . . .. .J $1.50 Mienon Polonaise "Io aon 49598 Titania." Maria Barrientosj $1.50 58 50 Forza del Deatino sine dvgli angeli Ponselle and Chorus "La ver-j 49 i. Rosa us . .J Romeo et Juliette. "Jeveux vivredanslereve. Florence Macbeth . Villanelle (Oft Have I Seen). Florence Macbeth . . . . At-8183 $1.50 Scena ad evocazione berto ii Diavolo.' Mardonea . . . . Hunienots. "Pifft Paff Jose Mardones . 'Ro-1 ll A-6200 $1.50 I i All Columbia Grafonola Prices Reduced $275.00 Model Reduced to $ 1 7S.OO Si ml ffl1 Prices on all Columbia Grafonolas haVe been reduced as shown here. You can get a modern Grafonola with all improvements for less than you would pay for an old-fashioned unimproved phonograph. Visit the Columbia Dealer nearest you. He will gladly play for you any Columbia Record you wish on any Columbia Grafonola. . . COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY New York 225.00 M ' " 1SO.OO 165.00 " " 140.00 150.00 M " " 12S.OO 140.00 " " " 100.00 125.00 " " 8S.OO 75.00 " " " 60.00 50.00 " u " 45.00 32.50 " u 30.00 tee. Mr. Lillian Walhritlire; si'k com mittee. Mr.. Nettie Wheeler. Mrs. Fred SOUTH CABOT Harry Gallop and family of Mar.li- at rhilip liaw's. r ' i i 4 ' ' I ' Thomas Mis. Je-sie Houston; ork,fi ,, , s,av at Thilip P.a eemnutt'e, Mrs. Mnma jwie, .nri.i K.mma Tutker, Mr. I.illa WallriI?e, Sii.Uv one of the wor.t hliasrd. Mrs. X.lhe l.yfonl. Mrs. Mae lifiel.1; htt hi; vi,itr(i , f,y o,,)r time ailitnr. Mrs. Nettie Wheeler. Mrs. , ..- . Kre.l Tl.r.ma, Mr.. I.illa Wall.ri.ljrr; j ra.lle roll superintendent, Mrs. Kmmi l urker; rnt rtsinmenl rommitlee fir Ilm-v, Mac-h anl April, Mrs. Imma 1 if-krr. iir. Frank .-taey. Mr.. Lilla Wall-r .iire, Mrs. Mae Filtel.l. : Lt Saturday tb. lliitltr.." and "Kright Mars" Va a ftrr j.rant enterttinmei.t in th" t'onprrgationsl vetrr, it Ixing the cl.wine of the lirt w months' rn;et Sn4 the heinnin of eo:;er to mn;h. Twenty -ta ebiMrrn were present, tur.ve he ine ufx'Ar to W there on --.ut of i:!n. aat aeather comliiin. Thrre vrre ! w-rl sii'"r, U.ul Ihe fmir f 1ki. 1 1 f hil.iren rr. d--j liphird and are Iwkirs t'tar.l '. wr.ta-r p:irpj oi the n Linl. j "Ike ItM.tten" wf-f lie .! t'.-l ! , and , r i.M'ini t.t the t-' Wer. in farm.tiK.j a t-'St for J'-w -tr-.". itiu--r'M ( tt r;nl.!r.i. lfnr-K-tne of ir 1.'"-. ik1. aed a r.W rr" M e.1. N er knr tiiB- ... i.t f r--'"t. Is a Dad skin yur handicap ? Try ihe Resinol treatment. It makes red. oily, blotchy skins fresher and more attractive RESIIIOL 3eolhinq and Mealrria, stru'V t':e toan and the wind blew a )rale all dav. Mrs. Orville Smith of Cabot visited at X. M. Storkcr'a the firet of the week. ' " Mr. anii Mrs. Ilerliert llnushton of Msrshfiild were visitors Sundav at W. Itouchlop's. Mrs. X. M. Mkr and Mr. Orvillc Smith were in Inille Tuesday aft rrn.ion anl eening. Tuesday the merenry was dnwn In t below "fro-and was below aeio all dv. U'emli ll Coodric-a ws at home oT the week end from his work in I'lain' fiM. The mini friends of Mrs. Anpu Beaton will be plrased t learn that ! is somewhat better and it is hoped he is im the road to recovery. The entire fm'..v ha the sjmpatby cf all ia t"e erirtu illnets of Mrs. Bw:u. i:imerI-ik of Wet Baraet was at Ora Kan'" lat Sattirdsy. Irfsvtge Jeromo was in HamiHe Sua Jar at tV b e of Perb-r Futlotj.-. i Mrs. H' irr H'Jl ?tno.t to Urr ba.me ta Hardnkk WViiw-wtiy. af'r , ib( a wfc at 1. K, Wwteard . !r. ITnra I riw h w.nt t !. ilte li fcrt of thr wk t y i-T afc.l,j V!. .1.,' Akin i at I. I" Wt.j . r.i . V'p it rr f-r I er int. k. 1 1 k.sa ilalL ' t These Cokmbi Record. Are on Sale at the i Red Cross Pharmacy