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TIIK RARRK DAILY TIMES, HARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922.
BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY. JANUARY 26, 1922.' Pubttsnea Evr Ww--Di Afternoon br TIIK BARRE VLX TIMES. INC. , Frank JS. Lanalry, Publihr. Entered at the Poatofflra at Barr Second Claw Mail Matter ! 8tTB8ClUPTI0N BATES On yea- br mail. . ...... ....... ...... M.M Kix nioptht br mall....... t2.1l Threa months br majl tM One month by mal!. 50 eenta ' Sina-la ropr... ii canu All aubeerivticna raah in advance. WEMBBH OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , i na Asaociaica rm exclusively nimew ' to tha uaa for republication of all new die patchea credited to it or not othcrwina cred .'. I tod in Ihte paper, and alao tha local Daw ' publialrca therein. James 51. Cox' Jackson day speech t Dayton, Ohio, may undoubtedly bo j taken as" the opening gun of Cox'Yan didaey for pregidont in tile next elec tion. , He attacked Harding and the . Republican administration with all the , vigor of a French-J2. f Announcement that tlio prohibition enforcement' forces in Vermont were to be reinforced by three agents resulted in an Initial rush of 150 applicant for the three jobs. It is not stated wheth er t'h love of excitement or of lucre wad responsible for the large number of applicants. There seem, however, , to be more excitement than lucre in : the job. , Decision of Rev. W, A. Davison to continue to be secretary and auperin iNtendent of the Baptist state conven tion of Vermont's dit-pite an attractive offer from Massachusetts means that much virile, energetic work will bo done here in behalf of" that organiza tion. The church life of Vermont needs such men as Dr. Davinon to keep the activities tip to a high pitch. k A QUESTION Of COLOR Some persons have a mistaken notion regarding the color of tea. Color has nothing to do with tea ouality, either in the leaves or in the brew. But color is important when it cornea to selecting tea by the luM. There's Yellow, for instance. UPTON'S finest tea-the finest of the world's finest is Lipton'i Yel low Label brand. The reason UPTONS Ten has the largest sale in the world is not because Liptou grows more tea than other tea planters nor because of the color of the label but because ' Liptou grow better tea. v. ' ; M ' ' Auk your grocer for UPTON'S , ' Yellow Label Tea. If he doe not tell it, tend us hit nam and i ; addrmt mid tee trill mail you a I'REE'teimple and giee you the name of a grocer tcho can supply you, Addrtst Thomat J . Lipton, no,,Uoboken,N.J. RVXBURY One Quarry Closed for Lack of Order Seven Men Affected. Xu. 1 1 quarry ha shut down for the present because- of luck of orders. About a Rpveii men wore atfrc-U'tl by the clOhing down of the iiarry. The other place are continuing usual. . ' A considerable chunk out of Barre is to .be deposited in the Sleepy Hollow cem-" etery In North. Tarrytown, X, Y., when the tomb for the William Rockefeller family i act up in all its beauty of stone and excellence of workmanship. The awarding of this contract in Barre granite and to a Barre manufacturing firm i proof enough that Barre gran ite is par excellence the stone of ttone for monumental purposes. When qual ity of stone and skill in workmanship are wanted, they come to Barre. The partial destruction of Califor nia's lenon and orange crops because of the frost during January is a mat ter for great regret inasmuch as it promises to result in heavy financial loss to the growers and in increased prices to the consumers. Such a visita tion of marked severity as the recent frost in: the California, fruit country is thus', double calamity. Part of the cure for tuberculoid at 1 a sanatorium near New London, jConn,, is said to be. open-air exercises' for children clothed only in shoes and loose bathing trunks. This fact was re vealed when citizens were startled to -ee two youngsters thus clad disport ing in the snow with the temperature dbwn to zero and were told that the youngsters enjoyed the experience and that it was considered conducive to restoration of health. Just why the youths could not eure the. same amount of exercise, breathe as much pure ozone ana acquire the other bene fits of open-air life when clad in such va manner, as to protect them from pneumonia is not apparent. To most people, the report of the occurrence at the health resort near New London seems to indicate a fad run mad the fad of risking life just to be different than someone else. The no-clothing fad in the dead f winter is not likely to find favor over a wide field, it seems certain, despite the suggestion of medi cal authority that such an exposure tos the weather of marked teverity is con dueivt to restoration of health. some of the persons who employ the accepted weapons for murder. They drive their vehicles with absolutely uo regard for the rights of the pedestrians it is a case of get out of the way or get killed. They- look upon pedes trians, whether of high or low degree, as just so many worms, They "step on the gas" and let their machines go with the speed of railroad trains. Pe destrians,' to their way of thinking, have no rights in the part of the street bounded on either aide by a curb. The result is an appalling loss of life every year in the great city, and a corres pondingly smaller loss of life in the other large cities. ' The wantonness of the gpiieral practice of thousands of motorists is brought home forcibly through the fatyl injuries inflicted on A. Barton Hepburn, a well known financier,. ". author and philanthropist find distinguished gentleman. Mr. Hep burn was struck by a motor bus while in the street and died from the in jury and from the shock a few days later. Not more than a year ago an other person famou. in many ways, Gen. Rush l Hawkins, was struck by motor vehicle and so badly injured that he succumbed. Of course, there have been scores of other similar cases. These particular cases come to mind because in each instance the victim was a man more or less related to Ver mont through nativity or through as sociation with Vermont people and in stitutions. We have no direct informa tion as to the culpability of tho drivers of the motor vehicles in these two cases; but we assume mat tne running down of these two men was only the incident of a general lawlessness, a general disregard of the rights of pe destrians and a general trend toward the' cheapening of human life, it is ( time that sharp means to check this growing spirit be taken, not only in New York City, but' elsewhere. Con ditions are rapidly growing worse everywhere. Klincr -Sayrc and Arthur I.aKrance expect to go to Stocwbridge to work at tho quarry there. ' Mrs. " Kva French Cornell passed away last Tuesday, leaving an infant child a few days old. The funeral was held from the home of her parents. Air. Parker' via at his home in White River Junction (Sunday. , ..Charles Howe and Howard Brooks returned from Rochester the last' of the week, where they went to draw lust' blocks. ' During their stay there, one of tho horses was sick and. died. It was one of the pair which was brought here from Rutland a few weeks "go. ; K. C, Flint and Phil Flint were in Randolph last Tuesday on business. J, W. Howe wa a business visitor in Randolph last Hunday. Airs, reniicil of COMB SAGE TEA INTO GRAY HAIR Darkens Beautifully and Restores Its Natural Color and Luttre At Once. nlcri patre. brewed into heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol n,lili.d ' will turn iirav. streaked and fidlixl 111) ir lintii,ifuilv dark and luxuri ant. Mixing the l-inge Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way 1 to get me reu?-iu-use preparation, improved by tho addi tion of other iiiKredients, a large bpt- tie, at little cost, at drujr stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur ComiHjund." thus avoiding a lot Of muss. While 'jrray, faded hair is not sinful, wc all desire to retain our youthful ap ncarance and attractiveness. By dark eiiintf your hair' with Wyeth a Kage and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell, bectuise it does it so naturally,. o evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush .with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a timej by morning all gray hairs have disappeared. After another Swan ton was a re cent guest of her husband, who is an I application or two your hair becomes operator at the C, V . R. R. station beautifully dark, glossy, son and luxu. here. riant, and . Mr. John Ordway; look the two younger children of Mrs. Henry Web ster back to Northtield Friday. Y W. Hatch was a business visitor in Northfleld during the week. Phil Atkinson of Northfleld was a business visitor In town Monday. Misses Johnson and Dale of Montpeliqr were guests of Mrs. Stanton and Miss Stanton for the week end. Miss Delia Rich was a visitor at the home of her uncle, F, C. Rich, recently on her way .to her home in Warren from her school duties- in Montpelicr. She was called home by the illness of her mother. Mrs. M. H. Richardson and Mrs. Kthel Kerr were visitors in Randolph rriciay. The auditors of the town are to meet Feb. 1 to examine and approve the accounts of tho town officers. The ovster supper Saturday evening was not very successful financially, as only a small number attended letup. S -adv. you appear year younger. is passing some time with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald of Westville., ' , : About twenty ladies Were out Tues day to the demonstration meeting con ducted by Mjs's C-ilfillin at the Method ist church. Much interest is being tak en in the work. It is understood that dress-making will bo the next to be demonstrated. Basketry will soon be one of the arts to be demonstrated and it is safe to say that will prove inter esting work. Mrs. Annette Courtney of St. Johns bury is visiting friends in town for a tew weeks. A surtiriste party was tendered Miss Neilio Knox Fridiiv evening at the Methodist church parlor. A large num br of young people were in attendance -j T i " , l. sua iijuyeu an wenmji; vi mrii -iiibn NEW CUBAN CHESS PRODIGY. Senorit Mori Appears Showing Re- markable Skill. x I ing. Refreshments of sandwiches, cake 'paulding was an Montpelicr I and coffee were served, and all joined . i .... , i ' : .. . . i : a, : . l . : i. one day the last of the past week for medical advice, and Saturday he went to ..Proctor hospital. Word was re ceived Monday morning that he was to have an operation that day.' ' CROTOpf David lonRnt ol M. .!ohn-'lury was a business visitor 'in town Wednes day. M. D. Co (Triii retinned to St. Johns bury Tuesday, after a few days at his home here over the week end. X Mrs. Helen flicker returned from Barre Monday,, after a two weeks" visit with her sister t Mr. John. Ingram. Mrs. . Lyford, housekeeper for Wil liam Foley, has finished her work and gone to her home at Montpelier. Mrs. .(.nariea Miller of Harre and daughter, Rxvsella, have been passing a week with Mr. and Mr. L. C. Welch, her parents. Mrs. 15rook Hudson returned to her home at Plymouth, Mass., after a two weeks' stay at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Page. Mis Catherine McDonald of Barre in wishing Miss Knox success in her new position at St. Albans. She left for that place Saturday morning to beein her work the first of the week. Met hodist-Episcopal church Stead Thornton, pastor, bunday morning service at J0:4a. Sunday school at 12. evening service at 7:30. lople, Kunaay morning, will be "Broken Purposes." j-.vemng topic, t uristianity 1'ul to tne Test. ' flow tew there are who can say that life has granted to them all that they had planned out for them selves. How many on the other hand have had to confess that they have been led by a way which they had not designed or desired. How often has it happened that in- the midst of our schemes, a halt has been called as a result of sickness, death or other un welcome experience, and the question arises, "Why has this thing entered my life!" Sunday morning we will try to look at this question to find an au twer. If you need help r encourage ment make an effort to bs r nf, you will be welcome. K. J. Ruiter, optometrifi, vili bi at .1. T. Darling's Monday, the ailth. Call and have your eyes examined, adv There must be a special chess stimu lus in the Cuban 'atmosphere, or is it perhaps that sugur lands are chess lands? Morpliy, greatest of all, came from iiigargrowiug Louisiana. World's Champion Joso Capablanca has proven what Cuba could produce In the chess masters and now there lias lilaml forth in the same land a new prodigy who gives promise of be coming the "chess mistress" of the world. Our equal rights advocates will aurely permit us to separate the sexes and to doubt the lady's ability ever to tiecoma tne worm a cues master. This new light in Cassia Is Senorlta Maria Teresa Mora, who just turned seventeen, has exhibited a mastery of the difficult game that lias never be fore been equalled at anything like so early an age by a feminine player Senorila Mora's high recognition is not merely due to the enthusas m of ultra- optimistic friends, but ia the mature opinion of the world' champion him-1 self that he has expressed in a manner that prove lus belief genuine in every particular. , benor l apablanca-recently wrote to tha president of the British Chess Federation an Important letter cover ing 1 tho conditions under which the champion believe contests for the highest chess honor should be con ducted. Those. regulations he submits for discussion and promise himself the pleasuer of being present in person in ! England ere long to support his views by personal argument aud evidence, if such are needed. But that has nothing to do with Scnorita Mora. In hi letter, however, Capablanca taking up the matter of a woman' tournament, now in prepara tion, makes formal request that a place be left open for the entry for the young Cuban girl, "This," the master say, "can be done without financial responsibility on the Chess associa tion's part since he himself will secure all the nccassary funds in Cuba to send the young genius to hurope. With his own judgment so fully at stake it is certain that the champion would not go to such length unless convinced that the young lady would give a worthy account of herself and reflect a new chess credit on the "Pearl of the Antilles." That he ha a firm basia for such trust is found in a recent performance of Sennrita Mora's at the Cuban capi tal. There was held there not long ago a tournament for the "Bohemia" trophy of the Havana Chess club. This was. won by Jose Van der Gutch. That ' " " victory led to, a match between the The Highest Succes. victor of the tournament and Senor- . , , , 4. . . , ita Mora. The result wa her triumph of u. overlook the fact to be by three win to two losses and two K011 i to ' make good."-Boston Traq- drawn games. .script. W c hope the little Cuban w ill have i - . the Big advertisements cost big money. Who pays the bill? V Here's the short ad vertisement and short price. TWENTY - EIGHT DOLLARS for the best $35 suit. If your memory is good you know $45 was the price last season. A Question Service of Overcoats, now. too, Buy They, won't be cheaper next season." "SERVICErWhat does that word mean to you? , 1 "'' -j '...'' . Does it mean a real personal interest in your welfare? Or, is it just another name for "politeness"? "SERVICE" at this bank means a keen personal interest in your success and a readiness to do all any bank can do to help you win success, .v "SERVICE" with us means prompt and careful attention to all the details of your dealings Math us. "SERVICE" here means good banking methods so that your funds are always safe in our cure. It means protection in all your banking. Isn't that the kind of service you want? Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. QUARRY BANK BUILDING BARRE, VT. F. H. Rogers & Company desired chance championship. New Picayune. at the feminine Oilcan Times- JIGGLES AMD JESTS A Fair Offer. fkuxt English adv Stolen, a watch worth ! Sunkist Navel Oranges 10 pounds. If the thief will return it. 1 14 for he shall be informed where he-can steal I Doz. one worth two of it, and no questions ( Florida Oranges, dot Candy Dropped Again Fruit Is Cheaper asked. Boston Transcript. r CURRENT COJIMENT Green's Attraction. Alexa Sterling, former woman golf champion, has taken up banking as a business. j.ne attraction ot tne green is sSill strong apparently Bfrattle boro Reformer. " Safe TJUIA fcr INFANTS INVALIDS ASK FOR Uorli ch's the Original Avoid Imitations mi Substitutes Rich milk, mJtd grain extract In Powder No Caoklitf Nourithlni Dlraatlkl Tor Infants, Invalid and OroaHag Children Too Original Food -Drink For AH Age An Orwell man, whose name recently was included in the list of those who ; tried to evade service in the United States forces during the World war and who actually did not serve in any capacity, now comes forward with a declaration that he did not try to dodga but was more or less the victim of circumstances. This man says he has not licen 00 mile away from home ny of the time since first notified of hi cell in the draft and that he did not change hi name or do anything else t cover up his tracks. More over, he bow declares that if he knew where to go to make the proper expla nation he feels sure he could straighten the misunderstanding out. Although it seem odd enough that a man of ia-1 tclligem and f reasonable close con- tH with' affair of everyday life 1 thould he ignorant of the place to go for such an explanation, even though the draft board may have gone out f business, it ia certain thst this mm otijfht to 1 jiven the chance to h-ar Hia skirts and. if prorn ianwent of attempted rtatioa of w-rtn-e, to have hit name removed from the Hot f itnommy and proper amends made to him. nu vic inn by motor tnicLn. H mi-i lea in New York Chy ate by at mrt f..nfir,fl to the live of the laife, the t Mft, the atraDftr ko4 asd the tariwti : S r in' nj Tt-s! . f.f ti, rumiaal The jftjr uii l p'.ay. a ery iSffUnl part ia tire Vtmii f I f, tS ia r,av is. the dr.'t n f jrwvt r ihJf ';- ran -U r. f.ielr.aa ut ') m ( Despoiling State House Grounds. Vermonter who have fouud pride in the generally shared opinion that the ! State House at Montpelier is one of the i mosf beautiful buildings of its type in the country will read with concern ' that the fence which surrounded its j grounds ha Uwn removed, and they ! will not be further reassured to learn 1 that some of the splendid trees in the. Mate House yard are about to be felled Like many other buildings of beautiful j appearance the Stale House draws of i that beauty from it appropriate ' setting, and it would certainly be a ! pity to have both marred through the . shortsightedness of anyone. Brattle boro Reformer. Capital ' Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, Vi Capital Surplus and Un divided Profits, $220,000 Pays 1 P. C. on Savings Deposits 2 P. C on Commer cial Deposits All taxes paid by bank. Depository of City of Montp-'iT and State of Vermont I'M !IFM GZOr. U "SLAXCHATA to a an h. c jlav nr. via Down! Down!! Down!!! Sale on all Dress and Work Shoes Continues. Men, You Cannot Buy Better Shoes at My Prices. All Dress Shoes, styles and leathers, from .7......... $3 to $6 All Work Shoes from ....... $2.23 to $4.50 Rubbers arc going 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. Oh Be, Ob By. nr nose is red. Her lips are blue; Poor Winifred . Otchoo! A-atchoo!! -rRoston Transcript I Lemon, doz Grapefruit, each., Bananas, dvs. . . Tangerines, dog , sweets 2oc 30c, 40c, 50c .... 40c, 50c, HUo 40c, 60e , 8c, 10c and 13a 30c, 40c, 50c Merely the Recipient. Kexdore What was tliat disturb a nee in your flat last night! Did you have word with your wife? Mr. Meek Nut with from. Bos ton yranseript. Wanted the Accessories. He (ardently) I forcet everythine but that I ove you. bhe That the trublej you forsret to brine me bonbons, bonquets and theatre tickets. Boston Transcript. - ' ". - CANDY . S'ehrafftV Blue Banner Chocolates for Saturday only, lb 4,"c Lovell & Covel' Chocolates, lb, ,..0c Plymouth Chocolate, lb 40c Special mixture Chocolates, Tb. ...35c Peanut Butter and Molasses Kises lb 25c Old-Fashioned Chocolates, lb. 33c Nut, Figs, Dates at low price. You cannot jret belter fruit or candy at lower prices. Darro Fruit Co., GEORGE MAJJIATTY, Prop. Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, VL kin rn rjutTH ycax Premium Notes in Force. . . .$12,282,751.00 Cash Assets. ..... $300,000.00 Insurance in Force .$123,121,771.06 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at actual coat no profit , Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange An Early Style A new model in a rolled-edge low heel oxford real mannish but with womanly smartness. It's a street oxford just released, asserting the new note in walking shoes. WALK-OVER Tbo Secret of Entrancing light LIVING ROOM The best method of lighting a living room is to have a center fixture for general illumination, and depend on side wall brackets and lamps for localized lighting. Ample baseboard outlets should be provided in the living room, to enable floor and table lamps to be placed to advantage to conform with any deco rative scheme. These outlets can be easily wired in after the house has been wired. A wall switch is necessary. Wall brackets add a delightful touch of color decoration . See our Living Room fixtures in all the latest finishes before making your final selection. Barre Electric Co. ' Tel. 98 Montpelier Electric Co. Tel. 26 "FOR YOUR ELECTRIC WANTS' H. JVIHa VOBCLJf. rittMC K. SMZT&, TkwM. W. C KTB HAS. BY CasrmJI T K.CAJJLHKAM YOUR LOYAL SUPPORT You give your loyal support to a great government enterprise and also obfain it; protection lor your money, when you be come a depositor of the First National, which is a member of the Federal Reserve System. The First National Bank1 .MONTPELIER, VT. a Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop ONE WEEEi SPECIAL on BED SPRINGS For one week we will sell you an All Iron National Spring for only .$5.98 This is a regula r $9.o0 spring. Or wc will give you a Twin Link All Iron Spring for , Regular price $3.50. Akve prices for cash only. Better buy now at these prices. A. W. Badger & Co. rtMa4 ta.aaa.a- t.lni: raw. I Aim a Traai Wart-Tat, A M.W AND LP TO- KTE ALTO AMBULANCE