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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, .VT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1022.
tCV:-ar laow INDUSTRIAL CODE NEEDED Taw- 9ZT W SW , -m Declares Gov. Harding in Order To Develop Nation Orderly ! GREAT ECONOMIC LOSS IN STRIKES Satisfactory and Just Com Phristmas hoke pensation Is a Basic ' Element IT J j H ST .a-M ' A ! MM "VI." ' F ' jn-i T Vr AS v - .j" .i Veterans Nine Studebaker Big-Six Touring Cars, with a total of one million miles to their credit, recently participated in an economy reliability contest conducted by the Stude baker dealer at Los Angeles. All came through with perfectscores except two one had dirt in the gasoline pipe, the other required a slight adjustment of brakes. This is the most convincing demonstration of motor car reliability of which we know. The run was from Los Angeles to Big Bear Valley and return 239 miles of which 90 were on steep, rough mountain roads that necessitated stamina in every part. Yet the Big-Sixes reached every checking station on time. One of these old veterans has piled up the amazing total of 351 ,000 miles of practically uninterrupted service of two trips daily T H I S ONLY WORKERS VOTED In the Moscow Soviet Mostly Com munists Elected. y Moscow, Dec. 13. Nearly complete . return from the Moscow soviet show that 1,4!'S communists and 110 non- party deputies w?re elected in the bal loting which bcgati a wk ago. Only i workers and persons in the public serv ice were entitled to vote. The consti tution bars merchants, brokers and all classes of employers. ( ACID STOMACH HEALS SOUR OR FORM GAS, GAS Chew a Few Pleasant Tablets Indigestion Gone! ' Instant hloitiacli relief! Harmless! The moment 'Tape's Diapepsin" reaches the stomach all distress from acid stomach or indigestion ends. Im mediate relief from flatulence, pases, heartburn, palpitation, fullness or stomach prcamtre. Correct your digestion for few rents. Jliliionw keep it handy. Iiug pists recommend it. adv. Cdicnra Complexions Are Usually Healthy The daily c el the Soap poer.ts clop jvnj an J tntation of the pores, tia usual ttcw cf 7 1 m f 1 e 1 ar.J tckheds. at ttie the Ointment oothe sd fce '. CrticTsm 7K-ja Is delitate, iel.tful, c:-.irc--e- llf BM M KM 7 ' 4 Perform Like between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. . Another ha 250,000 miles to its credit, and so on. No such group of cars was ever before assembled for such a strenuous proof of endurance. Their entry in competition, over one of the most difficuit of Southern Cali- ' fomia's mountain roads, was an expression of confidence of the owners in Studebaker everlasting goodness. The dependability of the Big-Six Touring Car, its low cost of maintenance, its comfort, fine appearance and complete equipment make it the most desirable seven-passenger car on the market. Its price is way below cars that do not even approach it in value. - The name Studebaker is your assurance of value and satisfaction. . Motometer with ornamental radiator cap. Front nd rear bumptrt. Rain-proof, one-piec windahicld. Automatic windshield wiper. Courtety light on the driver's aide which promotes aafety in paaaini other curt at night. Tonwau lamp with long extenaion cord. Cowl parking lighta. Cowl ventilator. Jeweled eight-day dock. Rem-view mirror. Thief-proof tranamiaaion lock. Tool compartment in the left front door. Shock abaorbera. , MODELS AND PRICES, o. b. iactoriea' LIGHT-SIX I 6PECIAL-S1X I BIO-SIX 5-Paaa.. 1 12'W. B., 40 8. T. 5-Paaa., 119' W. B..S0 ti. P. f-JW. 126' W.B.,tOH.P. Tmirinir f a7 Touring .$U75 Touring SI7S0 Road.terTFPat..) 97S Roadater (a-Paw.) ,1350 Speedster (4-Paaa.) 1835 Cc-Road.tCT Roadnttr 4-Paaa.$ 1275 Coupe 4-Paaa. J400 ?2-Pa ?- Coupe (4-Paas.) 1S75 Coup J Paaa.) 2550 Sedan : 1550 Sedan - 203O 8edan 2750 Terms to Moot Your Convenience" f NYE MOTOR CO., INC. 266 No. Main St.. Barre, Vt. IS A -S TUDEBAKER Y E A R f Topics of the "Home afld Household. Glass ouart iars are convenient and tidy for holding dry cereal. ' a a Teanut butter is just as good as the dairy product in cake, cookies or pud ding. Mix whitinf? and yellow soap into a thick paste with a little water; apply to a leak and it can be stopped until a nlumberVservieeH can be secured. If you have only a few flowers in the vase and they look a bit straggly, put a few corks in the water. They will hold up the flowers and keep them in place. , r Brans bedsteads may be cleaned by nibbing them with a cloth sightly moistened with sweet oil, and then polished with a soft dry duster, and lastly with a pioce of chamois. This will, if done occasionally keep them in irood condition for years. B a a ci,.4. -or firat tliroiicli the mid dle- always and most women need not be told how to sew the sules togeuier and cut through the worn place. Some, however, use a vop wwing m-hhi. vrn lap the edges (selvedge) about one quarter of an inch. Pew down one ed;.'e, then go back and do the other the same way. The scam will then be smooth and soft. a a Hew Ways of Preparing Spaghetti. To cook perfectly, put one package of spaghetti in one gallon of boiling salted water, which gives an added flavor. Boil rapidly till tender, which will generally take about ten min utes, stirring occasionally. Then place the aphagctti in a colander and shake until thoroughly drained. Never stsrt to cook in cold or merely warm water. Always be sure that the water is boiling rapidly. Never allow the water to stop boiling. If nec-e-sary to add more wster, have it boiling. When the spaghetti has boiled the re quired leiigth of time put it in a col ander and drain. This recipe should be followed in preparing macaroni, spa ghetti and elbow macaroni, says the Springfield Republican. Baked Spaghetti. One-half package spaghetti, one-half pound cbeee grated, two tablespoons butter, one cup cream, salt and pepper. Boil spaghetti rapidly in one gallon of boiling salted water, iwitil . tender, hioh will generally take about ten minutes, stirring occasionally. Then place spaghetti in colander and shake until tlioroughly drained. Never start to cook in cold' water or merely wsrm water. l'ut a layer of the spaghetti in a pressed baking dith, then layer of cheese, then sprinkling of salt and pep-p-T. tlicn another layer of spaghetti and on until all is nrd. Cut butter into mall piH-e and distribute evenly mer top. Ad 1 cream and bake in mi erate!y hot oven 2t' mirutea. or until a goM.-n brown. N rv l ot in d,rh ia Lkli it waa e. inked. Sragfcctti With Muifcrooms. B-itl ! i-sr-iafie f .;ni.ieTi in eiK'tich bil ly tnr& e.k'n ir veal t k t cer. and yet to te frail i-r-':v sl'"t!jd aihne crck;";. A M ta t'M 'nen t n.!. r ! cupful f rfnih r ) k'l'i is ien, ,t-l and Youngsters stewed in their own juice, and ft good lump of butter, or one-fourth cupful of cream. Combine lightly, retaining the mushroom juice, put in a shallow glass baking dib, cover with grated cheese, and brown in a good hot oven. Baked Spaghetti Omelet. One package spaghetti, sailt and pep per to taste, four tablespoons butter, six tablespoons grated cheese, two eggs, one pint of miik. Boil spaghetti in one gallon of boil ing salted water, until tender which will generally take about ten minutes, stirring occasionally. Then place spa ghetti in colander and shako until thor oughly drained. Never start to cook in cold or merely warm water. Beat up I eggs, add them to the spaghetti with seasonings and butter, (irate over the cheese and add milk. Bake in a moder ate over for 3D minutes. Dorothy Dexter. STOCK EXCHANGE SEATS. There Were 72 Sold Last Year for $3,374,000. New York, Dec. 13. Of 72 seats on the New York stock exchange, sold to da to th:. venr. the hilhest tilieed n $100.01)0 and the lowest fi'So.OOO, ofU- j cutis or me exenange uiseioseu msi night. Fifty-seven of these brought a total of $3;i71.(HK),i the remaining 15 having i been nominal transfers. When We Let the Eye Browse. An eye specialist says that green quite the nerves. The hn.? green cer tainly has a soot.iittg elfe, '. on most of us. Boston transcript. h Your Child's Dowels Need "California Fig Syrup" Hurrv imiihe;! A tcar"ii:il -California Fiu .fJp" now will t!r r.tirhlv r'nn the i ll l.owe (d i' a i few hours you ) r wc!!. i !a f-.:i ir-hild again. Y.en a !. f""r ' j constipated rHM ! il "tmitv" jtsste. anj iii-thr n tI es-r ! eau-e it Ihler !) Ut,i ork l the " r Li e and n t i "f tS --m-' si h and U.-U w;5,-nj? gi;.:i.e or i ct i t ti e ! t I , t i ,. if '. '.i.-' v. mr'. -r;' v tl f.-ciuill' "t fc' ttl i'.i. ?'!!.," ..' 1 diret.- fur !)- fc'l '' of all age ;ni.d f U'tt. : . r. : y..a must say "I al f t- " Ifs ar.y i im ta'. tfvrnrn U iltli A m I hi of White' Sulphur' Springs, Dec. 14. That the time has come when the ron timied orderly development of the na tion, industrially and governmentally demands the -formation of nit indus trial code aimed at the peaceful settle ment of disputes between capital and labor whs the declaration made here to-day at the conference of governors by Gov. James Hartness of Vermont. Governor Hartness, a former president of the American Society of Engineers, is a world leader" in the -achine tool industry operating a large plant in .Springfield,, Vt. .Pointing out the great economic losses that attend strike, Governor Hartness sub! that conditions "seem tu warrant some central equalizing board that will function In the interest of la bor, capital and' the public." Govern ment regulation in the past has not been satisfactory because it has run contrary to natural law and has been of a restrictive nature and not helpful. In spite of government regulation un fair practices exist which, if they are not eliminated as much as possible by orderly methods will result iu a "con tinued growth of political and social unrest.". J "We must come to recognize, smi the governor, "that while it is highly desirable to obtain to the largest pos sible extent the private enterprise and initiative, we mus-t adopt a code . of rules under which, these enterprises must function." Satisfactory and just compensation are a basic clement of good govern ment, the governor asserted and "the lack of "such compensation is the basic reason for the internal strife that threatens the entire structure. This dissatisfaction is just as harmful whether it is based on a true or a false premise. -Therefore, we must not only endeavor to remove harmful causes, but also to v rid of the faUe conceptions.'' The problem of what is a just and fair pay is to be solved by arbitration "based on a code' that fits economic laws." It is necessary to devise a ba sis for an economically sound compen sation for labor and capital which stimulates rather than reduces the spirit of enterprise. "We must see that not only the worker, but the cap italist as ..well, uses bis energy in a way beneficial to the public interest. The code should easily embrace the full scope of the use of all energies and all resources." Even more serious than the strike, according to Governor Itartness, is the existence of serious inequalities and of fake leadership and false propa ganda. "Back of all harmTTtl causes flnd WV nf knowledge of the fun damental principles on which our eco- nomic and general weltare uepenas. The standing of the nation will ulti mately depend upon the framing and adoption of a successful code, the anon tnr assarted. "Some one nation will go ahead," he said, "and that na tion will -be the one tuat maKes me l.pst of its energies. To that na tion other nations will pay tribute in the market wliere tne promms are ex fliannoil That nation, with hostile purpiwe, could subjugate all others. It will le invincible in war. Governor Ilartncss snid that the American form of government "can nrovide ordcrlv wavs and means to .in,-rut nnr evistintr abuses." and de clared that while we have been remits and tardy in action "there I now a definite warning that we mint act ac cording to a rational plan." In speaking of the necessity of spe cialization in industry. Governor Ilart ncss said that the production of the Ford automobile was the best example of the fruits of inten'e specialization, aaving that "the average practice of otiicr " machinery building companies can not produce a car of similar value for much less than twice the present selling price." KU KLUX KLATf DEBATE. Will Occupy Part of the Governors' Conference. White Sulphur Springs. W. Va., Dee. 14. Numerous questions of na tional and state importance were list ed for discussion at the opening ses sion to-ly of the 14th annua) con ference of governors. Activities of the Ka Klnx Klan formed one of the questions for dis cussion on the official program, while (iovenior Parker of Ixtiu-isna had an nounced that he intended to inject into the conference also the question of prohibition enforcement. Following on the program the ad dresa of Welcome by Governor Morgan of Wet Virginia and the response by tJoiernor lUrde of Florida were ad dresses liy limernor Mt hlie 'f Ne braska "legislation and the Farm er"; by tiovrrtior llsrtne of Ver mont on "The Industrial Cle and Hu rrsn F.emniic"; s'll a dUcu-sion by t;ernr l'reti of Mimieaota. from tiw viewjxiint of the We-t. of the pra jxmni St'. I.rene water ay. (iov ernor stnpVfl of Arirona and P.itth 3e of MapUnd alo were on to-day's I sfrun for sperchea on ntiml and sti'e n!ijects. t,eieV.in of taxation and liiifiisy o.nstriH ti m were among otlters hfituusi to come up lor 112 the -Jiree-dsy cotiferem-e. The au' jeft of the kn Klnx KU .l,a','v i!l V fr-t lrMu-He 'w-n i,,nt;r t;., it i f t're n i - -- it in an a-i'lre at t night's of ,. A..'- 1Vt a- " !!ii!ijv. .."eier. i' at l.-..ern r Pa-Vcr. Vi !, in tf rii-i Iw n 1 t.-u i -n . -i :-.., -.! M tai.' tie t - r n t.e f.t'. ! . Hair Receivers Puff Boxes . . . . Mirrors . . , Hair Brushes . Trays ........ Fhe Lesser Evil. "Tom, your fiancee says she's going to give voil a present this Christmas' tlmt she made with her own hands." "I hope it's something to est rat her j than to. wear." Whv." I "Fd rather Jiave the stomach ache' for a week than be the laughing stock of the town for the entire vJinter. Boston Transcript. Plan the Garden Now." "It is not too esrly to commence planning for next year's garden. Add to the lit of vegetable wants day by day as they come to rnind, then when it cornea time to order the seeds or the pUnta everything will be included. W'v usuallv put uh things otT until the lat minute and then take just what EndsStubbornCoughs in a Hurry tar raal r1l'i', thta bmn-mmr mwr aaiaawtau, MU aa4 chaayljr prepare. Tm- Youll never know bow quickly j bad rough can be conquers I. until you . trT thia famoua old home-made rem ear. Anyone ho has eoughed all dsT and ail night, will say that the immediate relief g;en is almost l.ka ningie. It is very easily prepsre.1, and there is nothinq better for coughs. Into a pint bottle, put 2V ouncea of 1'inea; then add p!a:n granulated near srrun to muke a full pint. r you can use clarified molae, fconey, r rora avrup. instesd of suear sttup. K;th-r way, the foil int aire about two-thirds of the money uuai!r sper.t lor eough Treraration". and g.ves you a more positive, etlective remedy. H keein perfi-t'r, and ta.'ea rleaaat rhiHrea 1 k it. ) nn can (eel th: take ho'd int nnf!y, soothing and healing the rocmuranea in a. I ie s:r r...iiie. It rretititlT looen a drf. ticl.t cii?H. and nmn you w :i not.ee t-s fhlefm th n out an.) A .afirejr. A da's u w .11 usi!r break , an ord narr throat or chest f 1. iLi it is alo atden i.d for bn.n- rvt'i. croun, hoarseness, and bro eh"l a'thma. r.p'S is a sift Tslnab'e enrcea tratei (tmpoaf i of peaatTie Vi p n estrt. th mot r'.aM rm-.-T for i t anf riet a "-n-rta. To avo-4 d. M TKi .nlrr.eft. a-r rrmr d c -t f"r "J''5 (itt't of I'nex' .: : et.- aal nl 't th i:i iIj ( irrte! In r'e a!" I .at 'f !. cr m,.ntf r ' it.jei. 7m l ist.. Co, Ft. Wtyse, lti i ... The Christmas goods we have assembled for your consideration combine the essentials of perfect gifts, They are durable, useful and beautiful, gifts that betoken good judgment, as well . as good will. . Our French Ivory is purchased direct from the manufacturer, which enables us Xo give you the benefit of the middlemen's per-' centage. It means about 20 per cent to you. USE THE FOLLOWING FOR YOUR SHOPPING LIST. .''.,. French ivory- ;$1.00 to $20 .$1.00 to $2.50 .$2.00 to $S.OO .$2.00 to $500 . . .60c to $4P00 Shaving Sets .... . .$1.50 to $6.00 Leather Billfolds . . .75c to $5.0Q Ladies' Purses . . . .$1.50 to $S.00 Correspondence Cards 50c to $2 Eversharp Pencils . .60c to $5.&0 See and Hear Our Large Stock of Victor Records We will be pleased to help you select a set of French Ivory from our Separate Pieces 'CiimmirisSv.(. tewi Druggists, 54 North Main Street, Barre, Vt. comes to mind. We plant enouglt let- tuv to supply the community and al- low it to take up roof that Wiould lie ' given to ait i lea which are liked better i bv the fnrailw. j 'When hMiliitig through the catalogs, ! Tiny, dainty, variously-colored lights beaming r their cheery Christmas greeting from your windows. - Red and green and blue and white and soft yellow actual col ored light that candles can't give for your kiddies' tree. , Eight little lights all served fro n a single plug which you screw into an ordinarv electric light soi:et. Absolute safety. No mes sy candle grease. Used for festive occasions all thr ash Ui e year. $3.73 per set Terms or 10 pe c?nt discount for cash. See this electric festoon at our showrooms. Or call us on the' phon . Telephone Montpclicr 324 or Barre 2 1G-R. Montpelier &. Barre Light & ?'ovieY Co. I Pin Cushions ... . .'.80c to" $2.50 Jewelry Boxes . . . $3.00 to $6.50 Manicure Sets . . $2.50 to $10.00 Toilet Sets .....$7.00 to $22.50 Traveling Cases ...$6.00, $25.00 Stationery 50c to $9.00 Samoset Chocolates 60c to $6.25 Fountain Pens,. . .$2.00 to '$8.00 Thermos Bottles $2.75 to $5.75 Ferrostate Bottles ......$10.00 one shoulud not lie misled by richly j colored pictures. Reliable varieties w iii sell without the pictures, so t.'ie art work is trsed to push something that is more in the nature of a novelty. Some novelties after years, take their places Christmas Lights for Your Windows or the Kiddies' Christmas Tree among Uie tried nnd true but th great niapority of them a.v short, lived. Plant novelti 'a as such but don't plunge on them-there w ill be plenty of time later X do that if they make good. Farm Life. .