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THE BAKKE DAILY TIMES, BAltllE, VT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1022.
ENFORCEMENT CONFERENCE Starts With 16 Governors ' Visiting the White House AS GUESTS OF PRES. HARDING Another Conference Likely To Be Held Early Next ; Year ' , Washington, D. C., Dec, 18, Prob lems of prohibition enforcement were et for discussion it a White House luncheon conference to-day between President Harding and state governors, iixteen of whom had accepted the president's invitation to attend. Originally planning to call a con ference of governors here on the pro hibition question gome time next month, the president advanced the ; date primarily because of the proxim ity to the capital at this time of so many who have been in attendance ati the governors' conference. . at' White Sulphur Springs, W. Va : t t It is believed in administration cir flcs that another conference will be necessary after the first of the. year because ot the change of state ad-' ministrations and the views developed it this conference 'will have to be re peated to executives taking part in a later one. ' ' EASTERN TEAMS INVADE WEST. Three Colleges Going to the Pacific. Coast, , ' ' New York, Dec. 18, Seeking fhtcr tectional laurels, three '; eastern foot ball elevena will lea.ve this week for the Pacific coast wh?re during the holi day they will meet far western rivals. West Virginia will, play Uonzaga university of Spokane, Wash., at San Diego, Calif,, C'hristmaa day; Univer ity of Pittsburgh meets Stanford university in the new Stafford stadium it Palato, Cal., on Dec. 30 and on New Year's day, Penn State opposes the Uni versity of Southern California at Pasadena, during the Tournament of Roues. ' Undefeated this season, West Vir ginia was ranked as - one of the trongest teams in the east, while Pittsburgh recovered from a disap pointing start to finish the season with iensational victories over VV. & J. Pennsylvania and Penn State. Penn State, which experienced one of its oooreet seasons in some time, is the ...1.. f .I,... .... ,.ll. ....... I Ihat has visited the Pacific coast be fore. . A Lazy Liver Causes a great deal of trouble, bil iousness, constipation ahd sick headache. Po not put up with it; correct it at once by taklnar Hood's Pills Made IijC I Hood Co.. Lowell, Mua. ' THE MORNING NEWS SUMMARY ' Marshal J'iUudxk!, fornier pro isional president of Poland, is ap pointed chief of utafT of Polish armv. tSanim NVaUk sails for United State Jan. 3 and Harold F. Me t'ormitk ay it will give Amer icans eh nee to see M hat line wife he ha. King fieorge tleelines to receive delegation that goes to Bucking ham palace. ' Lt of eighteen army posts oc cupied by British are transferred i to Irink nationalists. Ismet Pasha 'compliments hwiss girls at Lausanne oriental dance on their fascinating dress.- Prince George, 20, youngest son of British king, will be operated on at onee for appendicitis. , Experts from Kew York metro politan museum of art are to photograph treasures in tomb of old Egyptian king. General Haller angrily leaves Polish art gallery after charge of being involved in killing of Pres ident Narutowicz, Turks demand complete integ rity of territory where they are in substantial majority, Ismet Pasha declare. United States Senator Walsh of Massachusetts in New York ad dress describes what ho says are pitiful conditions among farmers in certain sections, of the west. Square mile on lower east side of New York "where 500,000 per sona live, shows one of lowest in fant mortality rates in world, Health Commissioner Copcland as serts. - .-.','. Retail and wholesale food prices both increase more than two per cent during November, according to government figures. . Thirty-four degrees below tero in Medicine Hat, Manitoba, and 74 above in Miami, Ela., reflect temperature ranges over Sunday. Death at Los Angele? of Henry Sutherland, brother of Justice Sutherland of United States su preme court. ' Steamer Prospero, which ran aground on east coast of New Fonndland, refloated. All of 120 passengers safe. Greek teamer Melpo,bound for Boston from Immingham, ' sends out distress signals. Steering gear out of commission.. New England conference board of textile workers favor action for restoration of wage, scale in New England textile plants prior to re duction in December, 1920. Freeso department store In Ban gor, Me., suffers estimated loss of $250,000 by fire.. Harold F. Blake, former mes senger in service of President Lin coln, is dead at Georgetown, Mass, I , Winners of Basketball Series to Re ceive Trophy. The officials of the Northern Ver mont Basketball league have accepted a silver trophy cup offered by the Alumni -association of Rensselaer Polytechnic, institute at Troy, N. Y to be 'awarded to the team winning the basketball championship this sea son. The membership of the league is composed of St. Albans, Burlington, Waterbury, Morrisville, Montpelier and ' Barre. KELLER CASE TO BE DECIDED House Judiciary Commit tee May Hold Keller .v in Contempt FOR REFUSAL , - TO TESTIFY In Proceedings . Against Attorney-General Daugherty Washington, 'D. C, Dec. 18, A deci sion as to what action it will take in view of the refusal of Representative Keller, Republican, Minnesota, to ap pear under subpoena to testify as to his impeachment charges against At torney General Daugherty was the pur pose of another meeting to-day of the House judiciary committee, ' There had been no indication, mean time, of a,ny change in Mr. Keller's attitude toward the committee sum mons since he served notice through his counsel Saturday that he stood on his rights as a member of the House in re. fusing to respond to it, holding that the committee had " exceeded its constitutional powers in issuing the subpoena. . . - What action the committee would take in the matter appeared to hinge on its conclusion as to whether it had pow er to certify the case to the House with a view to' contempt proceedings, as some members wanted to c!o at the last meeting Saturday, although oth ers were doubtful of the committee's powers. Mrs. J. Emerson Tells How Cuticura Healed JSalt Rheum "I had salt rheujn on my hands and under my knees. It broke out In tiny water blisters, and the skin was very tender. It would crack and was o sore I could not bend my hands. The erup tion itched dreadfully, and sometimes I bad t bandage my bands. "I had the salt rheum for twenty-fire- or thirty years. I was told to use Cuticuja Soap and Ointment and I did. They began to stop the Itch ing at once and I used two cakes of Cuticura Soap with one box of Cuti cura Ointment, when I was beaded." (Signed) Mrs. Jesse Emerson, R. F. D. I, Box 49, Palermo, Maine. - Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum are all you need for alt toilet uses. Bathe with Soap, soothe with Ointment, dust with Talcum. Su.pl. Swll r? It Mill Adriroi: "CtttonnUfc. rtWrlM. iMpt. B. HlaB, Mul." Sold r7 w her. 8op 26c. tntmnt 26 and We. Tekram ffle. WCuticura Sets ebavee without atus. BRITISH ARMY LEAVSE DUBLIN Tired Body Cells NEED FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE mi Last of the Troops Gave drugging. If you are tired and run down, your body colls should not be whipped into temporary u Place to Free State Forces To-day FREE STATE TRICOL OR FLO ATS OVER CITY THINK U. S. LOAN IMPROBABLE. PADDOCK NOT TO RACE In Millrose Track Meet Because He Doesn't Like Indoor Running. ' . New York, Dec. 18. Charles Pad dock, record sprinter of the Los An geles A. C, will not run in the Mill rose track meet to he held under the auspices of the Millrose Athletic as sociation. . . . " In a letter to the organization Pad dock wrote : "Indoor running is not my game. I hope to come east and run again but it will not be on the boards. On a 300-yard curved track I no doubt would give snowier circus perform ance similar to that of 1020, for I know no more of indoor running than I did on that night." Oh, Dear, How Cynical! . "Speaking about witty definitions,' writes Miss K. C, "let me offer this one. A bachelor is a man who lives alone with the one he loves." Boston Transcript. B ABYS COLDS re soon "nipped in tba bud without "dosing'' by use of V VAPOHUQ Oner I 7 Million Jon Uttd Ytartg London Newspapers Think That Out of Question. London, Dec. 18. Those newspapers to which the British public looks for solid and conservative guidance com pletely reject the idea t!t an' Amer ican loan to Germany is probable, or in present conditions possible, lliese Jour nals base their skepticism on long re ports from their correspondents in the United states who appear to have probed important sources of informa tion over the week end. The possibility of American inter vention in Europe s trouble still en grosses attention here. Two or three of the morning newspapers reiterate with more or less striking embellishment last week's stories concerning an im pending loan. The consensus of opin- ion, however, is that "there is some thing in the wind'' and that there is a distinct possibility that America, in some way that has not been divulged will take a hand in helping to solve the difficulties which hitherto have afflicted European statesmen. The Times, while deprecating exag gerated optimism, says that the rumors of American intervention doubtless have a sub-stratum of fact. The news paper welcomes indications of the fresh interests and understanding" the United States is showing in European conditions. The Morning Post also welcoming "the obviously increasing interest-' of the United States thinks America "is beginning to recognize more clearly that sooner or later her own industrial prosperity must be affected by the po litical and economic conditions of Eu rope. I he Daily News, althoujrh it does not regard American intervention for the present as more than a possibility. savs "it is Highly probable that such intervention would chancre the whole course ot events in Europe. ; in an the comment there is a clear eagerness to see intervention and there are many indications that this desire Is based on a confident belief in- the nign American ideals. t4f r w -m.aew ew.. ... j.- w sjuh-j m . , t - ."3 oi: art, y V7J . ONLY POINTS ON FOULS. By Two College Teams Facinj West Point Basketball Team. 1 West Point, N. Y., Dec. 17, The United States Military academy's basketball five is credited with one "of the most unusual records in the his tory of the court game as a result of the cadets' feat in preventing the first two college teams it faced this season from scoring a point from the field. In these two games the armv Quin tet defeated Trinity college, 63 to 8, and 8t. Johns college Gft to 5, a margin of 119 to 13 for the two contests. All of the points scored by opposing teams were made by free throws from the foul line. TRIAL MAY END IN MONTH. AMctrola for Christmas makes a Happy Newear THIS IS THE RECOGNIZED LOCAL HEADQUARTERS FOR VICTROLAS AND VICTOR RECORDS. Our stocks are complete. We have every VICTROLA from $25 to $373. Our stock of VICTOR RECORDS, not only includes the new De cember numbers but practically every other record in the immense Victor catalogue. ' . . From Victor Records yen can choose the exact type ef music to please every one on your list. When giving:, give the best ! Littlefield Piano Company, Inc. (Formerly Bailey's Music Rooms) "THE HOUSE OF MUSIC" Tel. 39?-V. Case of Herrin Riot Deaths (Has Been Running Three Days. Marion, III., Dec. hi. Attorneys for both state and defence in the trial of five men charged with murder in con nection with the Herrin riot of last June to-day predicted the end tf the trial by the midb? of January. Prvi ous estimates was that the trial would -continue two months. During the first three davs of the trial testimony has been given br more tnen a score ot states witncoses. So far the state's witnesses have pointed to four of the five defendants as having been seen with guns in their hands during the riot but all have united in the declaration that thev were unable to identify any of those as participants in the shooting. AN ANCIENT SANCTUARY Found By Boy Scouti 23 Miles North of Beirut, Syria. Beirut, Syria, Dec. IS (By the Ao eiated Press). The foundations of a large Roman temple, probably an an cient sanctuary of Adonis, have been uncovered at Kassaby by Armenian boy scouts from the American Near Ksst relief orphanage at Jebeil, 25 miles north of this city. la the same district the boys found important Babylonian and Phoenician relics,' mostly in tombs, which had bee a buried in the sands fur many centuries. A small museum has been eotab- i lithed at the Jebeil orphan; to ac-1 commodate the treasure, bit it i ex-' pected that Near East relief will send' the more important bbjects to Amer ican museums. I The Cootie's Reward. From an article in Blarkwnod's en title "The Memoirs of a Motorist,"' e clip the following anetlote. It it s try of extranrdinary errtitud on the part of a lcou-h soller during the late ar. It appears that the a-t f picking a MHti off the hack of hi n-k during lmlriment saved the Scot h diier' lit, and fii'Tig t the mll creature tta his fanner and ttauirib the gralffol nn hhI; Tm no tke.misi Haiff 1 ranna deratt ye; and I'm n bUnkety blank 4oiiel. so I iinnt rotr.cte ye. tt III treat y a a man, so tn k ye g an' hae a 5ar-d F'ltd tei." ftlnn Trirf j t Wrect R jht at the Start. TW who th.Bke fce i ilttrt rt-M i wrorsg t Ktart nh Ikjt' ItiSMT'lL Remarkable Demonstration of Good Feeling Was Given Dublin, Dec. 18. The Union Jack and the authority it symbolized in Ireland for so many years had gone back to Britain to-day with the last of the British soldiers occupying the Dublin area, and in its place over the military posts of this city floated the tri-eolor of the Irish free state. The departure of the king's gar rison and the installation of the free state troops L ( v " What you need is t h e real t o n i food elements of Father John's Medi cine which helps you drive out im purities, and to rebuild new flesh ami health. No drugs. adv. lMllll WARD OFP INFLUENZA 1! 9 a i itn g mm v gives Tr-i J STRENGTH IHTferl "FIGHTING, FOR HIS LIFE." Wallace Raid, Film Actor, Hat Won, ' - Say Hia Relatives. ' , Xos Angeles, Dee. 16. Wallace Reid, ; film actor, is "fighting for his life," in was accomplished with f a small Hollywood sanatorium, aecord- a remarkable display of fraternity and , lng to a story to the Los Angeles good will. Sunday crowds, cheering j Times, published to-day, quoting his enthusiastically, watched the British ! wife, known professionally as Dorothy military march to the docks, with flags j Davenport, and his mother-in-law, flying. Richard Muleahy, minister of de- Mrs. Alice Davenport Reid suffered a breakdown nearly fense in the free state government, ! two months ago, after hie health had sainted trie Mritish colors as they came en failing lor three years, they said, down for the last time. SUSPENSION UPHELD. So Midget Smith and for jeTeral weeks he has been un der Jhe care of two physicians and twomale nurses. They said they believed "the big Lynch Friday Night, 1 J o ' 1 4- j uriic t u I lie "'ft j Cannot Box Toe trR' wa ver" that plans for T. . . i the immediate future included nothing ; y Right, !,. j..i, tl 1 I iin'i limn to ""nurfe him hack to Kew York, Dec. 18. The New York; health and his place in the motion state athletic commission has decided picture world." V) uphull the suspension invoked I ' against Midget Smith, the Harlem News Brevities bantamweight by the New Jersey athletic commission. The decision, an' Moscow, Dec. 16, (By the Associated nounced by Chairman Muldoon of the Press), Leo KamenefT has again been New York board, will prevent Smith ehosen president of the Moscow soviet, j from meeting Joe Lynch, world's The new elected soviet voted yester- j bantamweight champion in Madison &T to ppeal to the workers of the! Square Harden Friday night. (world to unite against reaction in Europe ana ne L niua Dtates an oen- j ter the road of the social revolution." ONE WEEK FROM TODAY Will Be Christmas One week and the "kiddies" rejoice and we rejoice with them. Let it be a real day of rejoicing and thankfulness. . Making the young 'hearts glad brings " gladness to the older hearts. Five more days in which to buy the gifts for young and old. , This store will welcome you. This store will give every assistance in selecting the gifts that will delight and win everlasting regard. Mackinaws for the' "kiddies" make ex cellent gifts. Fine ones here at $11.00. Better ones for $13.50. Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes ' Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. COUGH TryPlSO'S Astaalshlatlr Quick ralicf. A trrap different from all etban- Ml Moauch aa eptKtM. 3Saa4 SO mrpflun, Sofia, Bulgaria, Dec. 16, (By the Associated Press), -A bomb wss thrown lust night as the automobile of M. Daskaloff, minister of interior drew away from the parliament build ing, where the minister had attended the session. No one was hurt and no damage was done. j The New EDISON Baby Console $175.00 pn M HERF is the latest design in'the group of Con sole cabinets for the New Edison. Its conservative pattern and moderate price will undoubtedly meet the demand which has long been expressed for such a model. Musically, the New Edison is actually the artist in all but physical presence. Always remember that it is the only phonograph that dares the test of direct comparison with living artists. - Drown's Drug Store Tel. 630-631. Christmas Gifts Let us help vou select them from our stock of -ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. ' A Hamilton Beach Cleaner a very practical and use ful gift for the housewife. ' - " " Flashlights are always acceptable by boys and men. Curling Irons, Grills, Chafing Dishes, Toasters Boudoir Lamps would please the young lady or college girl. : We have a variety of desk or study lamps in Ivory, French Brown, and Florentine finish. " V The Diamond "Staylit" Outfit, of eight colored lamps on a string for the Christmas Tree, is so constructed that if one light goes out the others on the string remain light ed and there is no difficulty in locating and replacing the burned out lamp. An excellent gift for the whole family. Barre Electric Company Tel. 98 MFor Your Electric Wants." SKATE and SHOE Combinations Men's .......$3.93 to $15 Ladies' $5.50 to $15 Skis .$1.50 to $15 ' . SNOW SHOES Shopworn $4 to $5 New $3.50 to $12 Tared Post 15c Extra bi 1 1 G.S.Sprague& Co. Complete Outfitters for Winter Sports. 138 FEDERAL ST. BOSTON Make This a Radiola Christmas Radio is the latest addition to American home life. It is a unique and appealing combination of utility and enter tainments which is intensely interesting to every member of the family. -All our receiving sets are easily installed by amateur or novice, and the results obtained will satisfy the nonexact ing experts. ' We have a variety of sets ready for your inspection and we would sujrgest that if you are ready to install one that you do it now. The Ideal 1922 Christmas Gift for the Whole Family. General Radio Supplies. REYNOLDS & SON Christmas Slippers Here is a grand array for every member of the family. They are here in varying colors and materials, and the prices are "perhaps the most interesting things about them Ladies' Slippers from 65c to $1.23 Men's Slippers from $1.00 to $3.00 There can be no more appreciated gift than a pair , of comfortable Slippers. Come in and see the display. Also Ladies' 4-buckle Overshoes, pr. $3.75 Ladies' Gaiters, pr. . . .$1.25 A. BISSET , 2 Merchant St, Everything in Footwear. Use Pea and Buckwheat Coa! As Auxiliaries to Your Furnace and Slove Coal Bank the fire at night with it use it on mild day3 en tirely mix it one shovel of fine to three of coarse any time. Vou will get good results and save money. We have plenty of wood. I Oil p TV 1 Coal and Wood. i uaiaer cc iucnarason, Thone 450 V 398883