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THE BAItllE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ll 1022.
DIAMOND RINGS ARE MISSING LENINE MADE VIRILE SPEECH TaTouraine onee Were Worn By Mrs. Mar- Russian Soviet Premier garet Carleton When - Killed Shows He Is Restored to Health ana. a, laauca OWNERSHIP OF RE PLEASED AT CAPTURE OF VLADIVOSTOK just as good as i smells f VOLVER NOT SETTLED 4i -tS e". per pound '(1171) fll If In 1 1 E IB 15 A W.. 5 . Quinby Company r. Jioaton' " Chicago EAST CALAIS m .Tnlin Ouinti nnd fumilv visited rel- W ""-- j - Natives in Montpelier on Sunday. p The Ciiis school board were in '.Montpelier on business the last of the 'week. " ', George Gilman, wife and daughter, rAhna, of Wentmore were visitors at j Frank Gray's the flrstof the wek. ' Si; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eastman of IIMontpelier visited at W. G. Eastman's von Sunday. j. M. D. Hawkins and family visited fat "Arthur Bliss' recently. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Martin of fBarre visited at James. Warhurst's on 1 Sunday. . ' f Kvelyn Orr of Barre was a week-end 't visitor at John Slay ton's. ' . '.. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Taylor of Worcester were visitors at Guy Ban croft's over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pike and son !of Cabot visited at F. E. Marsh's on Monday. ' The Calais Woman's club will be j guests of Mrs. George Sanders next i .Saturday afternoon. There will be a good program, followed by. a nurs- ing lesson. The club women are pre paring for a "seven-cent" sale to be 'held very soon. The East Calais pri i wary school will furnish the entertain 'ment, which will be followed by a I supper. i Mrs. Ausell Kelley lias returned to ' her home in Portland, Me., after i spending the summer at C. R. Dwi-Inell's. .siajlsm: Safe Milk Children f The Original Food-Drink for An Ages, i QuickLunchtHome,OfficeFounUins. - RichMilk.MaltedGrainExtracttaPow i derfcTabletforms. Nouriihina-Nocookina. "Jvoid Imitations and Substitute The Call of Mount Mansfield.- (Lines written after a climb up Mount Mansfield Sept. I, l!W2.) Have you ever scaled Mount Mansfiild, Of its treasures bad your share, Drunk from Us cool sparkling waters, Breathed its fresh, life-giving air? If not, let me whisper to you Panacea for life's ills--Just go climbing up Mount Mansfield; . See its wonders, feci its thrills. So whene'er your cares press heavy, Hit the trail at Barnes' camp; Keep on hiking up the mountain, Let no fear your spirits damp. Glad emotions stir within you, Thrills you ne'er Wfore have Jaiown, Climbing up to old Mount Mansfield, On a power that's all your own. 'Till at last you reach the summit, View earth s panorama Hung Like a banner great and glorious, 'With God's wondrous pictures hung." You will find your cares have left you As the leaves of autumn fall; Feel so young 'twill make you wonder If you're really old at all; , Feel go'yich among such treasures, No one e'er their worth could weigh. Lakes of clouds and wind-swept caverns, More than grand the deep subway. It' is said that no one ever Reaches the high mountain top Who is weighted down with rubbish, Harbors one dark evil thought. That Is why you meet those people In your dreams you've met -liefore, People with such pleasant faces, You would like to know some more. Every one is friend and brother On the glorious mountain top, . Lowers all of Mother Nature With her wonder-working shop. From the dainty mountain sandwort, Nestling in its mossy bed, To the sky, the rocks, the brooklets, Over all" gold sunbeams shed. Yes, on yonder rugged mountain Royal nature reigns supreme. And "to all she sends good tidings, Through each boulder, crag and stream. Strength she gives in place of weak Hone in place of dark despair, Gladness, health, and peace she gives in Overflowing measure there. Heed the mountain's invitation, Joys await on every hand; . . Leave earth's sordid doubts behind yo Go you up and take the land. Carrie Thomson Lyon. EAST MONTPELIER Mr. and Mrs. John Bond moved to North Montpelier on Thursday, where Mr, Bond has employment. , , The children of the village schools are rehearsing for a Hallowe'en party to be given at village hall . Friday evening, Nov. 3. Mrs. Charles Hamblin is improving so that she can get about the house a little better. Christmas trees are being shipped from Fairmont station to Boston for the holiday trade. Frank Broadwell of Fnvston was in town on Thursday, looklia after his interests on the farm he recently pur chased. .1. B. Martell is moving from the NelBon farm to the Wheelock house. Edward Lavarnwav will board at Mrs. Anna Burnham's. Owing to lack of insect food the past summer, skunks have been lorced to burrow into chicken coops and take what they could find. They are now paying for tteir chicken suppers by giving up their pelts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kelton were recent visitors in Barre. Mrs. Carleton Was Infatu ated with Rev. L. J. Christ ler, Says Husband Says It Will Give Russia An Outlet To the 1 Pacific Havre, Mont., Nov, details of the double 1. Unexplained killing of Kov. Moscow, Nov. (By the Associated Press). Soviet Moscow is now as- SureRelief FOR INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief ELL-AM S 25. and 754 Packages Cvcryvhera churchman and orator, and Mrs. M.'f guret Carleton, a member of his con gregation, still puzzled authorities here to-day. Mr. and Mr. Joseph Pyle of Butte, Mont., to-day took the body of Mrs. Carleton, their daughter, to Helena, Mont. ' Mrs. Tyle before leaving said she did not have suflicient evidence to de mand that the case be re-opened, but said either she or Mr. Pyle would re turn here to-morrow to continue their investigation. Within the past ti hours it was shown that the bullet which killed Mrs. Carleton hail been fired downward, not directly in or upward as had been tes tified at the coroner's inquest. The husband of the dead woman, for mer District Judge Frank E. Carleton issued, in California, a statement as serting that Mrs. Carleton; had con fessed to him her love for l!er. Mr. Christler and had intimated that n-r love was returned. Mr. Carleton con demned what he characterized as an "attempt to whitewash" Mr. Christler ' character. Ownership of the pistol used in th? killings is another mystery. It was not Mrs. Carleton's as far us is known. In vestigation thus far has failed to dis close that it was the property of the Christlers. Mrs. Pyle also has claimed that diamond rings which Mrs. Carle ton was seen wearing Thursday eve ning have not leen found, and has sug gested that if the rings were taken from Mrs. Carleton's hand after the (hooting, the revolver might have been placed in the open palm at the same time. Leonard Jacob hristler, outstanding ' sured that Premier Lenine is in good physical condition. "He spoke public ly yesterday for the first time since his prolonged illness, "making an un heralded appearance before the work men's and peasant' parliament. He spoke with vigor and his voice car tied clearly through the immense throne room in the Kremlin palace, where once the czar held ifway. Lenine voiced his pleasure at the capture of. Vladivostok by the Red forces of tlie far eastern republic. He remarked that this bad given Russia an outlet to the Pacific. ' , . Russia would make a strong stand at the Lausanne conference to make a .Near hast peace, the premier went on explaining, that f'i" straits would be particularly empbft sized bv the snvie Tallin" fiooi'it would, lit 'H as uc eessful at Lausanne as it had been in the Far Kast. RANDOLPH CENTER VERSHIRE Third and fourth degrees at grange this week. The ladies 'met at Mrs. Forrest Tul- ler's last week for home demonstrat ion work. Miss Randall and Miss Fuller met with them and dressmaking nd millinery wer the order of the day. v Mr. Liese, who has spent some time with his son, Chauncev, returned to his homo Monday, Oct. 30.- Mrs. Franklin Ames is ill, , Louis Roberts of fjnringfield, Mass., is visiting his parents. Arthur Mitchell h sold hiV fsrm to a man from Washington, I). C. Mrs. 'Martha Arnold of Wiltiams town visited at her brother's, K. II. Howard, over Sunday, Mr. and Mr. M. IT. Rii'liardson, Mrs. Jennie Richardson, Mrs. Kthel Kerr and Harry Richardson, all of Rox bury, were Sunday visitors at H. M. Hibbard's. A large amount of potatoes are still undug and a good many are fror. en. Fred Nutting is improving from his recent accident. Jack Raws has moved into Mrs. Parish's tenement. Mr. and Mrs. (i. H. Hibbard of South Rovalton and Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Fitt of Windsor were recent visitors at J. C. Hibbard's. Makins It Worth While. I glajiiv would die lor you! ' ex- claimed the enraptured youth. "That's -e," remarket the practical mad." bu pk-ase wait until after we are married and" you have your life heavily insured." Montreal Gaette. Don't grow old with an old range COOKING three meals a day, 1000 meals a year, you actually ' spend three solid months of working days at your range from January to January. Life is too short to waste your time over an old stove that you can't depend on and that has to be coaxed to do its wurk. Isn't it about time you traded your old range for an effi cient Modern Glenwood? Ask us for particulars. Glenwood Ranges "Make Cooking Easy,' Reynolds Son, Barre STOWE i Vi - N FREE-Beautifully illus trated 64-page Cook Book. Write to Corn Products Refining Company, De partment A, Argo, Illinois 4 m to make s Pi ' the LIGHTEST most DELICIOUS CAKE A wonderful cake bat ter that can be used for plain cake or layers is as follows i cup sugar, cup Mazola (6 tablespoon), S teaspoon sit, H C"P water, 1 cupa sifted pastry flour, 2 tea poona baking powder, 1 teaspoon vanilla flavorinff. Break 2 eggs, add sugar, and beat with Dover beater until light and thick. Add Maxola and water and beat until thoroughly mixed. Fold in sifted dry inirred ienrs. Bake in pans oiled with Mazola, Are SOME HOUSEWIVES TOO CARELESS in this respect? O matter how careful one may .be in select ine: the very choicest ingredients for making a cake, if you do not have the right kind of shorten ing the cake is likely to be heavy, soggy and hard to digest. One reason for this may be that both butter and lard contain a certain percentage of water. ON the other hand, Mazola, the great Ameri can cooking and salad oil, is absolutely free from water. It mixes perfectly with your cake ingredients, and prevents lumps from forming. Mazola is more economical than butter or lard. If your recipe calls for, say, a cupful of butter or lard, you need use only to of a cupful of Mazola. Mazola is sold by all grocers. "Break CABOT at F. H. Wright's Home Found I ta Be Youthful Pranks. I A daughter was born to Mr, and Mr. Timothy Jlotifyhan Wednesday, (HI. . .1. On returning to thrir home. Sunday i after an absent of wveral hours. Mr.). i,r- ni1 r- T. J- Orne wore bust snd Mrs. F. H. Wright found their visitors m Newport Tuesday. house had Wn entered and found j Samuel (ismblin and family were things disordered, food partly prepannW: rpc,.rit guests at Piinv Smith's, table set for two and other diharranje-j " menls. Upon investigation it proved to V" finished work on be pranks of two small thildren in the the garape for Crane and Merntt and ...... ' . ... . i ;.i,.mi v it RANDOLPH neighborhood. CORN PRODUCTS SALES COM? ANT W.A.ClMoo.M(r. 47 Fnwracth Scract Best for Salads and Cooking Mrs. F. R.- Austin went Tues-day to Tisit her daughter, Mis Verna, iStock man. at the Fanny Allen hospital. II. H. IJowner is improving from a recent oneration and walked over town Tuesday. Mrs. F. S. Hoard in an accompanied her daughter, Miss Madine Boardman, to Bnrliniiton and will remain for sev eral days. . The Busy Bee Hub gave a Hallowe en ooeial and masquerade at tue .Moneow i whoolhouce Monday evening. The dee- j oration were appropriate to the cea-' son. A Hallowe'en program included soups and recitations and a irhit wa cone to Lisbon, a. II. j Mrs. tieorjte Marr of Canada is I spending a few days at the home of ! her daughter, Mrs." Raymond Farring- ton. 8 1 Everett V'albridge tmik hi father lo i at nil mother to Danville the nr?t of the i week to see the latter' daughter, Mrs. Allan Paine, and family. Mrs. Dunham, who ha been room in ir at H. H. Foster's, ha gone to Lisbon, X. H. Mrs. Doying has moved her family from Lower Ctot to the downstairs tenement in Raymond Farrington's house. - . Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lewis of Wal- IViworn. candy and "Sur- ,i,.n were guets at the home of R oli. Iva Harris ana Roi-ers the fit of the introduced. nrise pies were sold. Iva Russell Pftersnu were given prizes forj the moKt original masks. Caius P. Scribner. who ha lieen confined to his bed by illne for a week, i recovering and sita up a part of the time. ' Mrs. Helen J. Butler went Tuesday to Boston, after passing a month with her coURiii. Mis Mary Bigelow snd sisters, of Maple street. Mr. Carrie K.'Straw returned Mon day, after visiting in Bratlleboro.'Bur lington, Middlesex, Salem, Mas, and West Lebanon, N. H. The primary department of the Sun day school enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at' the church parlor Saturday after noon. There were 47 present. Apples and popcorn were served. Vrrn Colbv is moving from the A. .'. McUibbon farm to W. L. Demeritt s farm. H. week. Farrington Thomas Robinson of Morrisville has been visiting Jrank and rred Mc Carthy. Melvin Eovce hs moved his family from the F'lagg Newell Dema Mr. snd Mrs. Raymond were business visitors in llliams town Saturday. Mrs. Dunham n a business visitor in Newport last week. Archie Strong has moved his family to Walden. Mr. and Mr. Horace Davis have re tumed to their home in Xorthfield aft er sneudint; two weeks at the home of their nephew, W. D. Ban", iu this village. The remains of Mrs. Fred Blodgett were brought from Klizahethtpwn, N. i., Monday and placed in the family lot at Durant (emetery, Lower Cabot. Ion Smith is to work for Arthur Rogers in Plaintield the coming win ter. Mr. (luptil of Boston is in town buy ing Christmas trees. The "baby show" which was held at the Congregational vestry Tuesday evening drew a good crowd. Thirty- five children under five years or age Mrs. William Oha, who has bo a with her granddaughter, Mrs. Kllaween Sandspra Wallace, for a short visit, re turned to her home here on. Tuesday. It is understood that the body of tho late J. F. Lamson is not to be brought here, but the funeral will be held at' his home in Xewtonville, whore he iia lived for some time. Mtb. Roy Holmuu, the stepdaughter, and her daughter. Miss Luetic Holman, will be there until after the services. Judge Kowell, who has lieen qiiitu ilj for ten days, is not yet able to be downstairs, but is thought to lie im proving somewhat from his illness. This week a party of three ladies and one gentleman have been making a tour through the. state with a large ear from the Mate of Connecticut. On their journey they passed through Ran dolph and lunched just north of here. In their conversation they gave the re port that the road from the Bethel iin to Xorthfield was the best they had passed over through the state. This is the work of Mr. f ane and bis men,, who have charge of this road, under Xo. Ki4. and the people here feel justly proud of this verdict given by our Con necticut visitors by the name of Sulli van. W. H. Cady of Xorthfield whs t!m guest of Mr." and Mrs. P. B. ItaniiU on Tuesday. Mr. snd Mrs. C. J. Stockwell expect to leave here for Florida about Doc. 1, if not before, another cf the many fam ilies who are leaving here this winter for a warmer climate. Once Soldier, Always a Soldier. The ex-soldier, after long and fruit less tramping about, had succeeded in landing a job as waiter in a hash-awl-ieiierv. In hanneninl a Itatron and t - --. --, , were present ana one imiKircu m iin.it- : nr,,.rej roast beef. tmi tat, .r. It was a verv eniovable , if , in., .,1 ii,. n, .11 ".. I IkUMn . 1 . m llvn... .... ..... agg Towne p.a.-e to .be ',;, fr the children e-peiially. Over ' wgjtpr t0 ,h(, UA in t,r kit lien. t place on the 1 lank ro4. waR realized. Refreshments of : -ait , niinute." injected the cus- sanda idles, saltmes and col!ee were . t(nnrr "Change that fe- iKiil. d ham." nerved. ' "A. tou were: houtei the nmf Mrs. Thomas II. Osmond has rc-eivrd lar at Portland. Ore., where lie wnli imi rosier ....,;... .."...v - - make his home with a daughter. Since! Kast .Montpelier on i.u-iws re.-en.iT. iio. leaving Stowe in August Mr. tNinona ; , - - - i has visited a brother at V ilmin'on. Del., a son at Washington, D. '., 1 daughter at Umisville, Kv, and a daughter at F.nid. Okla. The Finest Green Tea 17a Time for a Standstill. "Do you believe in the theory of evo lution!" Yea. replied Fsrtner Corntosse. "And when I se the sy some of u humans is actin' up ail I hope is that we contnue to mprave. Washngton Star. Too Lste. Tom I say. inr.H!u me to M- "an Coyne, will vtu! Id Lke to marry tit girl; she a perfect inn!, in kerself. Jak Sorrv. cl-I n. '"it -be 1:. IS undoubtedly It is pure fresH and wholesome and the flavor is that of the true just gone run t. - 1 into taP i.al a r-- green leaf. Til UiJt