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THE BAlillE DAILY TIMES, BAUKK, VT. MONDAY, NOVEMBEJt 27, 1922.
! Children Picked Up After -Lodging House Fire at Manchester OCCUPANTS FLED IN SCANT, ATTIRE Damage From Flames This Morning Was Not. -. Large . ' : ' , ' Manchester, N. H., Nov. 27.-Wom-en and children, farced to flee in scant attire, were carried from a burning lodging house on Bireh street early to day by police, while firemen battled the blaze, severely hampered by 1 a . zero temperature. Barefoot children were picked up wandering on icy pavements and re stored to their parents. Officials who ' checked up the residents of the build ing declared all were accounted for. The seat of the fire was in a ground floor restaurant, and the damage from flames waa not large. x FIRE DAMAGES ; RAILROAD STATION $40,0CO Loss to North Section of Springfield, Mass., Structure All Trains Held Up. Springfield, Mass., Nov 27. Fire of unknown origin which swept through the north side of Tnion station e?rly last night tied up traffic on all rail roads entering this city and caused damage estimated at about $40,000. The cause of the blaze is unknown. ( Police officer, firemen and station "and postal employes battled in dens clouds of smoke for nearly an hour in order to remove mail matter which was stored in one end of the building.. All of the pouches and registered mail matter were removed, officials said. Po lice were rushed from headquarters to guard the pouches. The lire was one of the most stub born in several years. Two alarmj were sounded and additional apparatus was summoned later. Firemen were handicapped by the fact that the build ing is built on a steep grade which low ered the water pressure and necessi tated the use of pumps. Tassenger on trains were forced to leave the cars in the yards and make their way through darkness to the streets as all lights in both the north and south stations were extinguished. Kvprcss matter was carried from the station by employes and was not dam aged, it is said. The fire is believed to have originat ed in the basement of the building and in a few minutes had swept through the waiting room to the roof. 1 GOES SIR ISAAC ONE BETTER. Capt. T. J. J. See Claims Discovery of Cause of Gravitation. San Francisco, Nov. 27, Claim to discovery of the cause of gravitation something that Sir Isaac New ton, dis coverer of the law of gravitation, could not find, was made by an American naval officer, Captain T. J. J. See, gov erment astronomer at the Mare Island navy yard, near here, in a lecture be fore the California Academy of Sciences. cause of magentism, which also was Discovery by Captain bee of the claimed in the lecture, led to the find ing' of a definite connection between magnetism and gravity, he said, both due to invisible ether waves traveling across the heavenly spaces . with the speed of licbt. Captain .See has been doing resear-h work in magnetisraand gravity torty years. The astronomer said his theory is a distinct development on Newton's law of gravitation. Slagnetism. bee ex plained, is a million times more power ful than Uie corresponding forcee of gravitation. , SUPPLIES LANDED. From Cruiser Cleveland for Chiliaa population. Santiago, Chile, Nov, 27. President Alessandri has- received a telegram from the authorities at Huasco an nouncing the arrival of the American cruiser Cleveland at that port. The message said that the Cleveland had landed 600 ooxes of supplies for earth quake sufferers. Headaches Are Usually Due to ' I Constipation f When you are constipated, not enough of Nature' lubricating liquid is pro duced ia the bowel to keep the food waste soft and moving. Doctors prescribe Nujol because it acts like this natural lubricant and thua replaces it. Nujol Is a lubricant not a medicine or laxative so cannot gripe. Try it today. A LUf-CAT-MOT LAXATIVE )t Hood's Pills In email doeea A GENTLE LAXATIVE In Larger Doses A THOROUGH CATHARTIC f.J hr C. L BooJ CX,Loe.T, J'- BAREFOOT ON ICY PAVEMENT THE MORNING NEWS SUMMARY FatheT Dominic, spiritual ad viser to late Terence MacSwin- -ey, is passenger on the Adriatic fin his way to Dominican house in pregon, where he has been or dered by his church superiors. Annie MacSwiney send mes sage to sister in North Carolina refusing to give up her fast and says sister, Mary, is very low but that both are happy. Earth tremors again shake considerable area along Chilean coast covering largely 7,he wta.li suffered most from earthquake two weeks ago. . Unofficial spokesmen at Lau sanne declare that position of I'nited States on. Turkish cap itulutigis would be essentially tliat of French and British. - Eugene V. Debs at Chicago- in first public speech since leaving Atlanta penitentiary says he would choose to be in jail with self-respect than to be free and gagged. . - ' Karth tremors, severe enough to break windows, were feJt in St. Louis, v southern Illinois, western Indiana and western Kentucky. John P. Tiernan returns to South Bend, Ind., and is recon ciled with his first wife, having parted from his bride of a day in Chicago after divorce was re voked. .. Clemeneeau lays wreath on Grant's tomb in New York, vis its the acejuarium and rides through Harlem and the Bronx to see how great city has grown. Representative Cooper of Youngstown, O., a member ' of Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers, declare at Toronto that "organized workers of the Unit " ed States will never boist tha beer keg as emblem." -A Clemeneeau, on his way to Chicago, gives inference to in terviewers that Poi-'-are and he have ended their feud for the good of France. Kate Ryan, actress for half a century, dies in Boston. Strike at Amoskeag mill, " Manchester, N. H., endad by vota of textile operative who have been out of plants since Feb. 13. Employes accept former wages with 5-t-hour week. New England state college conference to control sports or ganized by New Hampshire State, Universities of Maine and Vermont, Rhode Island State, Connecticut Agricultural and Massachusetts Agricultural col leges. . New rules for fishermen schooners criticised by Wil liam Duff, members of Canadian - Parliament for Lunenburg, N. 8. Earl L. Sullivan and Cath erine Johnson of Portland, Me., killed when then automobile went through West Falmouth bridge. Fire causes estimated loss of "$40,000 to railroad station at Springfield, Mass., and delays rail traffic one hour. COLLEGE SPEEDSTERS START. On the Intercollegiate Hill and Dale Championship. vo VnrV Kn 27. Teams repre senting eighteen leading eastern col leges will fight it out over hill and dale at Van Cortlandt park, this afternoon for the annual intercollegiate cross country championship. The varsity ....t nva, si milf ronrse. will start at 3:10 o'clock. It will be preceded by a tnree mne ireuniinn cimipiui race in which thirteen colleges are entered. , Not in, many years fiave so many even hilland dale teams lined up m the varsity title chase. At least a 11 .lnn a (Trrrcua t i Ana a r(t arcnrtlnti ll o. i . m '."' " r f- " - a good chance to capture the rhampion- i d ,t : ... r . snip. v.orn-ii, wmiiri v i. ..... ami victor in 17 nut nf 22 races since 1808, has a green squad .entered 1Mb year. rv.li, ml. la urWIi an mitftfandinir in dividual star in Hawkins, and Prince ton, unbeaten this year, nave wen balanced teams while rival hopes also will be pinned on runners representing M. I. T., Carnegie Tech. Pennsylvania and Cornell, Yale, probably without Mai DomIas, its star long distance runner, will be less of a factor tjian originally expected. 1 he contest lor individual nonors m considered to rest among Higgins, E. C. McLane of Pennslvania, Harold E. Dykeman of Carnegie Tech and Bob Hendrie, of M. I. T. Oustaav Kirby, chairman of the ad Kn.nl tl. T r A A. A. A.. the organisation conducting the events, . t1- n- r will act as reieree, wun juihi i. .uc (iovern of Cornell, assistant. ARMY'S NEW CAPTAIN. Dennis J. Mulligan Eat Played Three Years On mat Team. TV.. Point V Y.. Nov. 21. Cadet nnni .1. Mulligan of the Bronx ves terday was eiecxea capiam 01 me Army football team for next year. Mulligan hat plared tackle on the Army eleven tor three seasons, lie it a memoer 01 the clase of 19C4. College Football Results. Harvard 10, Yale 3. Dartmouth 7, Brown 0. Boston college 0, Georgetown 0. Boston university 14, Tufts 0. Bowdoin freshmen 6, Bowdoin sopho mores 6.' Army 17, Navy 14. Notre Dame 19, Carnegie Tech. 0. Lafayette 3, Lehigh 0. Bucknell 20, Rutgrrt 13. Fordbam 20, Muhlenburg 20. Swarthmore 25, Havprford 2. West Virginia 28, Ohio university 0. Johns Hopkins 16, St. Johns 7. Gettybrg 15, Lebanon Valley 0. Penn Military 4, Western Mary land 0. . APPEAL TO WAR VETERANS. Made By Commander Owsley ef the American Legion. Philadelphia, Nov. 27. Colonel Al vin M. Owsley, national commander of the Aroericsn Legion, believes that the brt way for the Legion to serve the country is for it to obtain legislation to take care of all disabled K-rvio. irn and to prtent unemployment, "I am apjiealing to the big bain snrn of the emiotrv to make a special effort to see that no man who fought or served in tbe war is allowed to be hungry and cold," he said. CLEMENGEAU RESENTFUL At Suggestions To Tone Down Nature of His . ' Remarks TO CONFORM WITH AMERICANS' WISHES T-i : TV t TTI Came Here To Tell the Truth : " On Board Clemenceau's private ear, en route to Chicago, Nov, 27. (Ohio). (By the Assiciated Press). Deep in a campaign for France , that already brought attacks by Democrats as well as Republicans on the Senate floor and criticism from the BritWi government, Georges Clemeneeau, Tiger of France to-day declared he would speak his own way, no matter whom he offended. The French premier of war days, it waa learned to-day, has received doz ens of telegrams from friends and well wishers of France urging him to lone down his remarks so that they will not offend any portion of the nation he came to win. One telegram urged him to "say things t.'iat America wants to hear and be expedient." "I did not eome here to be expedient," Clemeneeau declared when he received this message. "I came to tell the truth. I did not come to say pleasing things, but to say the things that would be of value, in my judgment to help preserve the peace of the world." Besides the telegrams, Clemeneeau has had personal suggestions from men of importance as to how he snouia con duct himself in his self-imposed task of seeking American co-operation in set tling the old world difference. BRITISH PRESS VARIED. f In Its Treatment of Child't Statement at Lausanne. London, Nov. 27 (By the Associated presg.The statement of Ambasa dor Child at Lausanne last Saturday is the outstanding feature of the Lon don morning newspapert, which, hav ing no Sunday issues, take the first opportunity to-day to discuss what some term "dramatic American inter vention" and "the American bomb shell." Although some retrsrd the ambas sador's pronouncement as Intended to give notice of American determination to have a share in the JTosul oil tVld. this view is not universally put forth and several influential paper treat Mr. Child's declaration as timely and welcome. The Times says: "The statement is of wider importance than anything yet settled at Lausanne. It contains no new doctrine but reaffirms an old doe trine at a moment which has been carefully chosen." This newspaper adopts the view of its Washington correspondent that Americans fear that other nations may fnretro the rights they now possess in Turkey in exchange for commercial considerations and that, having sim ilar rights themselves, Americans are making clear that they do not intend to bargain away any of the capitula tions or to surrender any privileee of their nations in Turkey until the Turks have established a tolerable ju dicial sympathy. The Times suggests that Americans do not intend to al low anything to happen without pro teat at Lausanne which would make more difficult the maintenance of these rights when they come to make their own treaty with Turkey. The Daily Mail believes that there is no difference between the views of the British and American governments respecting the quality of the opportu nities In the Near East. The Daily Telegraph's diplomatic expert declares .that the assumption that AmWsador Child referred espe cially to countries under British man datesjs a misrepresentation. The Daily Chronic) apparently sup poses that' Mr. Child was hit'ing.at Great Britain. Mr. Child's speech Is welcomed by the Westminster Gazette as "at least the beginning of a recognition that the United States cannot wholly disinter est herself from European problems." "Her commercial as well as her po litical concerns" the newspaper adds, "compel her to lend her voice, if not her hand." An Elaborate Reaioner. "You love .'ier for her wealth. What a base confession!" "Base ? Not at all. It shows my democratic breadth of ideas, combined with respert for tradition. Beauty, intellect and refinement are mere acci dents of birth, but money is evident of ancestral and possibly hereditary foresight and force of charcter." Boa ton Transcript. "All My Children Have Benefited From. ; Father John's Medicine"' "Two years ago our whole family was sick with influenza and it left a all with very distressing roughs. We tried Father JohnVMcdirine and soon we were all entirely well again. We have found Father John's Medicine to be very good for throat and bronchial troubles. Jly three children always take it for a coid. It tss built them up so that they seldom save a com. now. (Signed! JIr. J. .Morgan, Mil Lemp Ave, St. Louis. Mo, i Father John's Medicine aourisbei tboi-e who are run down back to nor mal btaith. It is a pure food toaie and is safe for ail to take because it is L'laranteed to 4e free from alcohol or ri&rrrrnu drugs. Start lucg it to- ' 1 Miss Manley Can Hardly Realize She Was Sick "Grandmother was right when she said Tanlao was what I needed, for since taking it, I feel so much better I can hardly realize that I've been sick a day," declared Miss ' Charlotte Manloy, a popular young lady of 411 Front street, Manchester, N. II., re cently. "My appetite and digestion practi-l I cally failed me, and if I even drank j u glass of milk or ate a piece of bread, ! gas in my stomach and chest and around my heart would pain me dread fully. I had been, aubjeet to consti pation all my life, my kidneys both ered me, too, and backaches, headaches and dizzy spells almost set me wild. I lost weight and strength and was so nervous and upset that I couldn't get any restful sleep, I always, felt tired and worn-out, and waa thoroughly frightened over my condition. , "Tanlac has overcome every one of these troubles, and oh, how thankful I feel, I have k perfect appetite now, I am steadily regaining my strength and weight, I sleep fine, and get up every morning so rested and refreshed that I feeL good all day. Tanlac is simply wonderful." , Tanlac is sold by all good druggists. ado. ' N, 11. MILL STRIKE IS DECLARED OTF Textile Unions of Manchester, N. H, Vote to Return to Work Under Protest. Manchester, N. II., Nov. 27.Th( Amoskeag textile strike was deela'ed off last night following the tabulati-in of the votes of 22 local uions on the recommendation of the international labor organisation representatives that the operatives return to the mills un der protesft. The proposition was ac cepted by 75 "per cent of those voting, union leaders announced. At mass meetings held in two big halls last night Vice-President James Starr of the United Textile Worker of America, who is directing the strike in New Hampshire, declared that hos tilities had only temporary ceased. "I am coming back to New Hamp shire after Thanksgiving to fight for the passage of the 48-hour bill in the next session of the leginlature," the V. T. W. asserted. "(Jo back to the mills to-morrow if you .want to with your head in the air and your chest out for you have not been conquered." Agent W. Parker Straw of the Amoskeag, when notified of the ac tion of former workers, said thit it will necessarily be considerable time before the mills can be put on a 1(H) per cent- basis. Operatives will report to their overseers and the aiven work if the departments are operating, oth erwise they will be notified when to return. . ; CHILDREirS COLDS should not bMdoaed." Treat them externally with V VAPORUB Otxr 17 Million Jan Ud Ytarb ? '. , T '"-J-.. ' . !." 1"1T"T."'.'" ' . - -! Lm . asfc esaaamsasasm eaaaa mm. fcMMsaiasaaaasMaisMiMaa 1 . T.T . 9 - k m . m m a m m a j m m t t - . r.r I rm I i Good Health Is Beyond Price ! AND one's spine might be regarded as the bank of good health, for there centers all the nerves of the human system that directly control the organs of the body. . Every ailment can be traced to some disorder of the spine, and, through skilled Chiropractic adjust ment, remedied. Oft times such disorders are slight in themselves, but far reaching in their effects. DRS. GAGE & GAGE Currier Dlock. Barre, XL Tuev, Thurso Granileville, iltitWil'tikaal AVALANCHE OF AMENDMENTS For the Shipping Bill Was Expected in the House To-day ' FINAL VOTE ON BILL WEDNESDAY J Republicans Claim They, Have Safe Lead ; Demo , crats Deny It .Washington, D. C.,' Nov. 27. The first real test of htrength for the ad ministration shipping bill was lo iked for to-day' when the measure wa laid before the House for amendment, with prospects that an avalanche of pro posed changes would be offered and dis posed of before the vote on final pas sage Wednesday night. Republican leaders were confident, however, that the bill would go through not only by a safe margin but without material modification. Oppo nents of the legislation, on the o'.hti hand, asserted administration leaders would have . to marshal their full strength Wednesday to avoid defeat. The rule permitting unlimited amendment, under which the measure is to be considered for three day be - ginning to-day, was made by the rule, committee, according to the announce-' ment of Chairman Campbell o(. the committee, for the purpose of giving! the House an opportunity to shape ths sort of shipping bill jt would be willing jto pass and stand upon. , Political Definitions. i a Statesman What you call a politi cian who agreeea with you. Pork The money expended on public improvements in some other town. j Adherent A follower who has not: yet obtained all he expects. ! Senate A body of elderly gentle men charged with high duties and with , loafing on the job. ,' Influence Something you tiiink you' have until you try to use it. j Machination Fancy synonym for! any scheme of your opponent to defeat your aims. - ' Doubtful state One always dis tinguishable by the absolute confidence ; with which both parties claim it. i Ovaft Any pecuniary advantage en joyed by someone not in accord with your political views. Bostos Tran, script. I OFFICE HOURS: Sat. 2-3 p. m. Mon., Wed Moiu Wed, Fri, 3-4 p. ra. at R. ssW)ajBMas,TOa'WSWlirJpisPWW 11 : : HE 'r Ct 2 Let Cuticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and Young Daily use of the Soap keeps the skin smooth and clear, while touches of the Ointment now and then pre vent little skin troubles becoming serious. Cuticura Talcum Is ideal for powdering and perfuming. Suipl eh Tm br MB. AMnm "CiitlcmLV raorlM,Ipt nr. JIlien4S, Mu."g 1 ! wbrrr. fjop 26o. Ointrarot lit and 60c. Tiirtlffiiw. ikayCutjcuT Sop whhout mvt. Absent-Minded. Blomlinc Uriah Umson is out of a job again. Brunetta Isn't he ushering in the theatre any more? "No, he was discharged." "Incompetency T" "No, absent-mindedness." "What do you mean?" "Ha forget to atart the applause when the leading comedian had finished a song." Youngstown Telegram. No CannibaL Amateur I'm going hunting up in ; Maine, old man, and I'll send you down j Wft ,,lt Vm no ramiil)((1 I can't eat guides. Boston Transcript. CURED in 6 to 14 Days All Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZ0 OINT MENT fails to cure any casa of ITCHING. BLIND. BLEEDING or PROTRUDING PILES. Cures ordinary cases in 6 days, the worst cases in 14 days. PAZO OINTMENT instantly Be lieves ITCHING PILES and you can get restful alccp after the first application. 60c u X l J Fri. 7-8 p. m. J. Little's. 1 FOUR WEEKS TO A DAY AND THEN CHRISTMAS GET THE THINGS . YOU NEED TO WEAR WITHOUT DELAY HERE'S THE PLACE !!!, Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. TeL 275-M. Thanksgiving and Then Amongst other things, we are thankful for the genial weather of the past month, it has been a great help to the coal situation ; but from now on we will have to prepare ourselves for colder and stormier weather which will increase consumption, cause delay in transportation and bring out forcibly the shortage inanthracite coal. To meet this short age we have put in a supply of Economy, coal, also a fine grade of Domestic sized Bituminous coal, the use of which we strongly recommend. ; D. M. MILES COAL COMPANY Tel 133, 140 North Main Street ' v ' . ' ' ' Buy Your VACUUM CLEANER As you do your car. ' ' On Specifications and Performance. No two cleaners are alike. They vary greatly in what tbey cost to make ; they range widely in efficiency ; they dif fer much in strength and lastingness. 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A business which is not a good business should not be advertised. A business which would not benefit from wide spread appreciation of its deals had better acquire a new . set of ideals. . Pnl.li vita ' nhrd hr th Brr PaHr Tb America Aaaoriatioa of Aartrtiaisf Afaia. It We eteam Plush Coats Tiroes, In r-fjrm !