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BANKER THE BENNINGTON. YT- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918. PRICE TWO CENTS SIXTEENTH YEAR NO. 4579. Most Men Try to Be Good Citizens But Their Mean Streaks Occasionally Get in the Way and Temporarily Produce Unfortunate Results MRS. LYMAN PAPERS DEAD 11 II l ninnwRnn n RUT 4H HTUH HI U i Mill I nil II I L llll 3 Died Friday Evening at Home on' North Bennington Road. .Mrs. Nancy K. Papers, aged C5 years, a native or White Creek and j wife of Lyman Papers, died at her) home on the North Bennington road Friday a u 'i n at 2 o'clock. ' j Mrs. Papers' health had been iro-( paired for some time and a few weeks i ! ago she contracted the influenza, ai- i her general condition was weakened and she was unable to sain strength. Justify ' The greater portion of Mrs. Papers' life had been s;:c:;t in the town of Bennington and she was known in the community through her kindness and generousity for others. Surviving beside her husband are i three sons, Willie. 'Henry and Never- : you Papers and one daughter, Mrs. . . u , o- r,iA iinnn i Charles Dedrick of Pittstown. Private Interest. May Be Called Upon , to Make 'Restitution Because of late home on Sunday at. 12 30 o'clock. Rev. G. E. Cady of South Shaftsbury Waste and Extravagance. I svin officiate. The interment will be in the cemetery at South Shaftsbury. SOLDIERS I E Farts Found Do Not Criminal Process ARE SOME MINOR FRAUDS Preliminary Exchanges Have Also Been Deferred Washington, Dec. 20.-The report TAKE OVER MILLION of the Denartnient of Justice concern ing conditions at the Hog Island ship building plant, which has been with held many weeks at the request, it is Raid, of the Shipping ltoard, was made public today at the White House by the direction of President Wilson. While the investigators hold that there was no evidence produced to TONS GERMAN SHIPPING - a Hoover Will Employ It in Revictual ing Devastated France, Serbia, Bel gium and Rumania. Paris', Friday, Dec. 20 Herbert Hoover will soon conic into possession of a million tons or Ueiman shipping WILSON EXPLAINS TRIP Responsibilities Presented by Termin ation of War Must Be Shared . Among Nations. Paris, Dec. 21 The preliminary peace conference at Versailles has been postponed until the beginning of February, says the Kcho de Paris. The preliminary exchanges, which were to begin in Pails today, have al so been deferred. Paris, Dec. 21 President Wilson, in an interview in the London Times, tells why lie came to Kuropo and what warrant criminal prosecution, the con u-tiii-h u-ill lie ctnlilnvi'fl in r v irt it n I inir i lit roirnrrla flu lmrtlOMtt f)f lhe DeaCO ditlons which existed at the yards be-' devastated France. Serbia. Belgium ' conference. He also reveals that he plans to visit Brussels. Issues which must be determined at the conference," tho president Is quoted as saying "are of such over whelming Importance that the. United States cannot refuse to share with the Allies their great responsibility to civilization. It is only by .the most frank personal counsel with statesmen of the Allied countries that I can In some measure assist in the solution of these problems. The difficulties and responsibilities which were presented by tlie successful termination of the great war must, of course, be shared by great nations as comrades of the less powerful." A WILLIAMSTOWN HERO fore Feb. 1 are described by the : an,j ijiimunia. The ships were wrung words "organized wt"n " "S10'1 ' from the Germans by the armistice mass," and "slate of chaos." j commissioners without pledging that The examiners state that the Emer-i Germany would be supplied. It is be gency 'Fleet Corporation of the Ship-. jjevod the Germans can subsist on ping Board should not be called up-jfu(Hl stored lor army use and hoarded on to shoulder full responsibility for ,y peasants, the increase in the cost of the yard! . from the early estimate of $21.on,oio ; to something more than $fll.(KiO,t'mo ! without a further investigation. It is recommended that the question be placed before a board of arbitration and that the private interests with ' whom the Government dealt, be called . upon to make restitution, if found to; be responsible for waste and extrava-: Ranee. ; This is the conclusion as to crimi- nal liability: "In response to the question sub-j mitted by the President our eonclus-1 ion Is that the facts do not justify criminal process; that no fraud or Hecret profits on the part of the of Private Charles Gagnier Gets Distin guished Service Cross. Williiiinstown, Dec. 21 Private Charles Gagnier has been awarded the distinguished service cross for extra ordinary heroism in action by Gen. Pershing, at the recommendation of the president. The soldier's mother, Mrs. Knima Gagnier, lives at Williums- of the Out of a Total Army of Nearly 7.000,000 GERMAN DEAD 2 MILLION Million of Which 772,522 Were Taken Prisoners. Total German Casualty List Over Six Will Not Yield ta Requests of Her Allies SAYS ' IT WAS PROMISED Italy Desires East Coast of Adriatic and Her Claims Conflict With the Jugo slavs. Paris Dec. 20 lu all the ex changes of oratorical courtesies in cidental to the visit of the King of Italy yesterday and today his French hosts have made a point of using tho word "spontaneously" in describ-l 10:30. ing how Italy came into the war in I at 12. CHARLES W. HARTE DEAD Former Bennington Young Man Passed Away In Pittsburg. A telegram was received this noon by Mrs. John B. Harte announcing the death in Pittsburg, Pa., of her brother in law, Charles W. Harte. The de ceased was a native of West Rutland, 27 years old and was for a number of years a resident of Benninigton. He had been employed as a cart ridge inspector I;. Bridgeport, Conn., but left h short time ago for .Pitts burg, Pa., where he had a position with the National Automobile com pany. He had been in Pittsburg but two days when he was taken ill of influenza. His brother, John B. Harte left here Monday for Pittsburg and a sister, who is a trained nurse, was with him during his illness. He married Miss Bridgio JlcGuire of this village and they had one son, Charles W. Harte, jr., five years old. It is expected that the remains will arrive here Sunday evening. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICE Paris Dei:. 20. French soldiers to the number of 1,400.000 were killed during the war, according to a state ment by the Socialist Deputy. Lucien Yoilln. in the Chamber of Deputies Jhis afternoon. His announcement was made during an interpellation of the Government on demobilization. Deputy Vol! in asked that the sol diers be returned to the soil and the factories without delay, and con tinued: "I betray no secret when I sav that the problem of demobilization torial concessions which the Allies I day. presents itself thus, we nave, mobilized tare now reluctant to keep, because. The theme of the pastor's Second Congregational Church Has Prepared Excellent Program. There will he a special Christmas service at the Second Congregational church Sunday morning beginning at The. Church School wil meet There will be no evening 1915. That is the public end of It, j preaching service but the young peo but in private France makes no J pie will have a m wtin-; of Christmas bones of declaring that Italy was character in tho chapel at 6.30 p. m. persuaded to come into the war only! The public is very cordially invited to bv secret treatv promises of terri-! ail the services ami exorches of tho town Station. The citation commander-in-chief follows:-- "Private Charles Gagnier, Co. C, i 1 105th infantry. For extraordinary : heroism in action near Ronssoy, ' U" ,,.,, Q.iiiliiiUoi. 11 1010 I..!..., ficlals of either the agent or the fleet, 0 ; ;xhi,,w, exct:ptinal bravery corporation has been wtahllshed: hp, , thnt whiln thorn were some ill nor i . . . ... . " -, - - -- i lorwant tumor Heavy sneit and ma- rraiila in inn liovrnl U'nif'M nnvpl . . . . . chine gun lire and bringing hack to frauds on tho payroll, which have been prosecuted, the laborers, labor ers' timekeepers and payroll super visors were in the main honest." our lines several wounded comrades. EXTEND RELIEF TO EUROPE 6 YEARS AND 90 DOLLARS Needs Remarkable Savings Record of Little Julia Crichton. Pressing Problem Which Speedy Settlement. Paris, Dec. 21. Plans for extending relief to famished Eurotie. which a letter sent j President Wilsnn reenriU im Die iniwl State dlrec ,.r.,sq:n fnieithin mteilinrr t-.ptllrniont AUSTRIA WANTS HELP Asks for French, British and Ameri can Troops. Paris, Dec. 21 -Zurich newspapers today printed a Vienna despatch car rying the report that the Austrian government "in order to avoid fresh disturbances" bad asked the Allies to occupy the Austro-llungarian capitol. The Hcnding of French, British and American troops was requested. WILL NOT PAY DIVIDEND Tho following eo- to Hon. Fred A. Howl.md tor of the sale of war savings stamps ,are rapi,iiy maturing In suc h a way as (iinicuit to.,,, KOt fllu co-oiK-ratlon by the Allies. The President sonic time ago indicat- tells a record that will b surpass: F. A. Howland, Vermont St. Director VV . S. S. In reply to your letter for our rec ord of War Saving Stamps, will say; that I already have ninety dollars, ( $1)0) worth and will have purchased j the remander of my quota before Dec. I 1st. as pledged. Although only eight years old I am very glad that I can do this bit to help' win the war. , Very sincerely Julia It. Crichton. ! ed in a speech that something should h? done promptly for relieving (lie liberated and neutral regions which suffered so severely from the war. lie has now suupleniented this by making it known to the Allies that he regards the relief masures as of ex treme importance both for the strick en populations and also a a mans of ho'. ling bacj; the wave of discontent and resentment sweeping westward in Krupp Company Paid Ten Per Cent. Last Year. Berlin, Friday, Dec. 20 -The Krupp company, gun und munitions manu facturers, decided today not to pay a dividend this year. It paid twelve per cent in each of the lirsl. two war years and ten per cent, last year. ti,!)00,ooo men, we have had about 1, 400,000 killed, while 800,000 recovered from wounds. We are going to demo bilize 1,2110,01)0 reserves, territorials and heads of families." When the total German casualties are published the number of'dead will be found to be about 2,000.000, accord ing to the Cologne Gazette of Nov. 23, a copy of which has been revived here. l'l to Oct 23 the total caulties re ported were t,60;6,7i9 of whom more than 4,750,01)0 were Prussians. The total includes the naval casualties, which were about 70,000, comprising more than 25,000 dead, more than 15, t'oo missing, and nearly 20,000 wound ed. Casualty Llslt 1.284, published on Oct. 24, according to the Cologne Gazette, placed the number of dead at l.fil 1,104. the number of wounded at n.tiS:!,14:!, and the missing at 772,322. The paper says that of the number re ported missing 180,00 may be consid ered dead. The Gazette uses the word "appall ing" in describing the casualties anion.? the officers. The total on Oct. 24 included 44.700 officers killed. 82, 410 wounded, and l;!,'00 missing, a total of H0.7fi0. The loss in officers alone, the paper points out, exceeds the total casualties of Germany in the Franco-Prussian war, when the losses were 12!',C;i8. to do so means trouble with the Jugoslave. In fact, they accuse Italy of having charged too great a price for coming into the war and say that the promises were, made under duress. For weeks France has been try ing to induce Foreign Minister Son nino and Premier Orlando of Italy to concede something, of what was promised them on the oust coast of the Adriatic by the secret treaty FORMER EMPEROR RECOVERED Ear Greatly Affection Apparently Is Alleviated. AnuTongen, Holland, Friday, Dec. 20- Former Umperor William, who has been ill, was able to walk about the castle grounds today, taking ad vantage of the tine weather. He had been con lined to his bed since Sunday. from appar- HOOSICK GRANGE HAS 300 rermon will be "The Christmas Doxologv in 1918." The quartet choir consists of Miss Elsa Wahlquist, soprano; Mrs. Amyel Baker, contralto; W. S. Boynton, ten or; K. E. Bottutn, bass; Mrs. George W. Keeseman, organist. The musical selections are as fol lows: Organ Prelude, Military March ! II. J. Stewart Anthem. "Hark. What Mean Those ! 11tK. Vkiiuu 0" ! nil in of 1915 but so far the Italian -n ..0rant Ug Thv Ilit-ii iirtir: i ri Uftfll 111 J if. u 1111 lliru.t HltliaWflV and the latest public utterance of Mp nnHnil, Orlando was to the effect that Ita)yjCarol, ..A't Christmas Tide," ' , ","uul"f cuue 01 ine, Wor(Is b George L de Richard. likelihood of greatly increased diffl-J son, music by Rudolph Goldsmith, culties in the future, it Is taken for , Offertory, "Berceuse," from "Jocelyn" granted that he referred to the Godard troubles wlrh the Jugoslavs. Contralto solo,s'Night Song of Bethle- The Paris public, apparent')- hasj i,em Dudley Buck more sympathy with the real feelings rs, uaker of its political leaders than w ith ! Anthem. "He Shall Uelgn Forever," their banquet speeches. Several , Simper months ago, when London was cele-1 Postpule, Do Koven brating "Italian Unity Day," there' , was not the slightest recognition in LfTunnidT ruunru Donr.RAM Sil'JUl GIFT i mm He appears to have recovered the train of the Bolshevist movement. ! nla -,,:". 11:1,1 the- j ar affection lently is greatly alleviated. COURT TAKES RECESS 110 TONIG LIKE HOOD'S Sanaparllla For a Time like This, After Influenza, the Grip, When pure blood", rebuilt strcr.l!' and regulated bowels are essential. In the after-effects of inlliie:'...i, the prip and other prostrating ln- j Case of Cecelia de Nottbeck vs. Rena . B. Chapman to Bs Continued Monday l County oiirt this forenoon took a 1 recess until 2 o'clock Monday after noon when the ejectment .case of ; Cecelia de Nottbeck vs. Hena B. Chapman will be continued. W. 11. Sheldon nnd .1. K. Batchelder appear for ihe plaintiff and Holden & llealy for the defendant. 1 This is the Inst jury trial of the re- i eases, Jlooit s .-uirsnpnnllM lias .un.t'nl,1, lifinlt k.lmliti ltr iifVupt It expels tho poison that liave !PX(Um1 weakened nnd depleted the blood, j cnnsinp pallor, anemia, llahby llesh and lax muscles. It is the standard i.i i i :n. ...-p.. i ...... I noon rciiH-iiy wiiu ii fin i -.i.-ii in in ord of nearly fifty years. Many pcoplo need n fine, pentlc, easy cathartic in Ihcse tninsr times. We recommend Hood's Tills, used i i tho best families, and equally effec tive with delicate women or robust wen. Easy ta take, easy to operate. present term. The Jurors, excepting Ihe 12 serving on the case have been ORE THROAT or Tontilitit, gargU with, warm salt wttr then apply LOCAL OVERFLOW Blfc&MtfiWiraS NEW PRICES 30c, 60c, $1.20 TRY A TON OF Caimeell Coal For Your Furnace or Heating Stove Much cheaper than Anthracite and more plentiful. It burns freely does not clinker and gives out plenty of heat. We have numerous customers burning it with very sat isfactory results. This coal does not count on your require ments as signed up in your Government application. Elects Officers for Coming Year at Annual Meeting. Hoosick Falls, Der. 1H. At the an nual meeting or hoosick grangi me follow ing officers were elected for the coming year: Masler. Forrest I-e Barron; overseer, Orrin S. Wright; lecturer. Mrs. Archie Ituld; steward, Archie Kudd; chaplain. Isaac Bovie; treasurer, Jacob A. Graves; secretary, France ofthat anniversary; and on this present occasion of the visit of King Victor Emmanuel the Paris street demonstrations are verv tame affairs compared to thosa receutly accorded King George, King Albert, and President Wi'son. Concerning the Italian situation there Is much significance attached to a statement made by Premier Venizelos yesterday about secret Ireuties. He said: "if we have, a Society of Nations, I siipjiose those treaties will be done away with. As a matter of fact, ; Ap0Be8 Cret, uie were niii;ie ueiiue uiu real ur' j praypf poe and sknilicance of this war , AnYhmSonR of ,ne Magi oeveiopi'u mm ui'iinr .-i inei it-u i-uuit ! into the conflict. They no longer $100,000 in Trust Fund. Remain der for Expenses TO DUILD NURSES' HOME Association May Use Fund for Con struction of Necessary Addition If It Sees Fit. The Henry W. Putnam Memorial Hospital association has received a Christmas present in the form of & hundred thousand dollar trust fund from Henry W. Putnam of New York, son of the Institution's founder. With the hundred thousand is an additional $10,000 which is Immediately avail, able to meet the bills incurred in the construction of the hospital garage and to meet some current expenses.. Mr. Putnam's latest gift to the hos pital is made in the form of a trust fund, but It is made with the under standing that the amount of any por tion of it may be used in the con struction of a nurses' home when ever the association may decide to make this addition to the hospital property. It has been the purpose ot the association to build the home as soon as funds were available and con ditions should warrant the undertak ing. This structure when It becomes a reality, will largely Increase the facilities of the hospital as it is now necessary for the nurses to live in the main building. Mr. Putnam's gifts to the institution which was established and endowed by his father,' the late Henry V. Put nam of San Diego, Cal., now total something over $212,000. . Jle provid ed the funds for the construction ot the building and has been Its benefac tor In other ways. At the present time the hospital is caring for almost its limit of patients, many of them victims of the prevail ing epidemic. Just now the force of nurses is adequate and the work of the institution is porgresslng in a high'y satisfactory manner. The com munity has been exerem&iii fortunate in that there has ben a well-equipped, well-conducted institution of Its kind rar t hand during the prevail- pneu monia. Special Christmas Services for Morn ing of Dec. 22. Rev. James Thomas of Troy N. Y will occupy the pulpit of the Metho-jjng epidemic of Influenza and dist church Sunday morning and even ing. Sunday school at 11.45, Kpworth League at (5.30. The following Is the i program for the services of the day. j Christmas Prelude Galvraith I A n I hem Christians, A wake C. Harold Lowden i Hymn Joy to the World LOST IN CLOSE GAME P. C. Lutkin C. Austin Miles apply. "At Versailles we all the fourteen peace terms of Presi Full line of holiday goods at right prices at Ward's drug store. Adv. Mrs. F.dward Dion of Cheshire has been spending a few days nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kiigene I .a For tune. Patrick .1. Pendergast has recovered from the flu and Is at work again as clerk in the grocery store of K. B. Pat terson. Mary Spargo, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Spargo, is at homo from Itiverhook School. Nyack, N. Y.. for the holidays. Full line of holiday goods nt right I prices at Ward's drug store. Adv. Mrs. John It. Litzer of County street lias liocn suffering the past few days with acute indigestion. She Is much improved today. Uaymond Sexton resumed work on Thursday in tho office ot the National Kxpress company, having recovered from a week's illness. Mrs. Lucy J. B. Burt, stenographer in the ollice of Batchelder and Bates, left Friday for Lansing, Mich., where she will spend several weeks with her son, Prof. Frederick Burt of the Wis consin Slate Agricultural college. Full line of holiday goods at right juices at Ward's drug store. Adv. Marvin II. Downing, gatekeeper. War, dent Wilson. That agreement abro ren Kilkins; teres. .Mrs. t,corge io tales previous Ferret treaties which Horrou; Pomona. Mrs. (). S. Wright; urP n(,t in harmony with it. They Flora, Mrs Frank Hewitt; assistant an. not consistent with the self-de-stewards, Mr and Mr.s. Albert Mar- termination of peoples." shall. . It is taken for granted that the The gratifying report was made Greek statesman had in mind the ar by the secretary that ihe member- rangement with Italy as one of the ship of Hoosick grange is now more treaties that should be abrogated. than M REV. C. F. H. CRATHERN CALLED : Psalter and Gloria I C!'inl Mr 1 wann agreed I to: offertory Cantilena Solo Marv's Manger Salome Th Song Ira Wilson Mrs. Helena Downs KING VICTOR.LEAVES PARIS Troops Will Visit in Italian Belgium Paris, Dec, 21. King Victor of Italy left Paris last midnight to visit Italian troops in Belgium, and Paris doffed her holiday attire, rresuieni misou today had few interrupions in study ing preliminarily various plans which have beeii proposed for earning out the Wilson program. Notices from the Realms of Glory ; II. Smart ' Sermon j Hymn Hark the Herald Angels Sing j Mcndeh'sohn Benediction Post hide Hostner ! Evening Service I Prelude 1 Anthem Arise Shine Must Report on 27th Prepared to Sail For France. Ilev. f. r Hill tratneru. pastor or Hymn Kilent Night the Old rirsi cnurrn in unt i-.enning-1 Prayer ton. received a telegram Friday in-! Anthem Night of Wonder structing him to report in .New otk: p , .shford L'Tth prepared to sail for: Williams LOOK UP THRIFT STAMPS They Should Be Exchanged for W. S. S. Before January 1. All outstanding thrift samps should be exchanged for War Saving Stamps before January, 1st, 191!. NORTH BENNINGTON H. W. MYERS & SON, Inc. WOOD AND KINDLING POULTRY SUPPLIES HAY AND GRAIN Good News. Many of the nervous, pale and de bilitated are being helped to recover health and strength. This Is good news. They are taking Peptiron, which I combines iron in the most agreeable, effective and up-to-date form, over- l coming all the objectionable features of older and other preparations of Iron, it comes lu chocolate-coated pills does not injure the teeth, does not leave an Inky or metallic flavor In the inmiih, and does not cause constipation. ' Peptiron Is a thoroughly scientific preparation, the ultimate result of careful study and research by one of the most successful C pharmaceuti cal chemists, it Is a real, not a make believe, Iron tonic, especially bene ficial in rases of pale, thin blood, weak, unstrung nerves, menial nnd physical exhaustion, makes the young mote vigorous ami the old les.s feeble. Peptiron Is sold by all drug-dsU Morning worship at 11 o'clock Sun day at tin1 Congregational church. Theme, "Fpidemics." Sunday school at noon, evening service omitted. Baptist church. Frederick M. Der wader, pastor. Morning worship nt lo.r.0 with sermon on tho theme: "The Anuels' Song". Sunday school at 11.45 and B. Y. P. U. meeting nt ii. The latter will he led by Group IV. Kven!ng preaching service nt 7. Ser mon: "Childhood and the Gospel." Scripture Lesson Offertory Romance Notli es Hymn A Little Town of Bethlehem L. H. Redner Sermon Hymn There's a Somr in the Air A. G. Wathall Church to Have Music Program. Louden Special WEATHER FORECAST For eastern New York and western Vermont rain tonight and Sunday. Warmer tonight in south portion. on the France. Mr. Crathern has bad his name on the voluntary overseas service list for Y. M. C. A. workers for a number of months waiting for a call to Mesopo tamia. Recently he was notified of his transfer from the Mesopotamia field to France. j Benediction When Mr. Crathern signed up fori Postlude overseas service there was a great de-; mand for workers who could he em- CHRISTMAS SERVICES ployed for nt least a year, the signing 1 . of the armistice, however may hnvej some effect on the length of the lime, aptist reoiiired for Y. M. C. A. workers i abroad and Mr. Crathern tnav return' There will be special Christmas' to Bennington in less than 12 months, i services tomorrow in the First Bap No definite plans have been made church, W. G. Towart, pastor, bv the trustees of the Old First Clmrch school will meet at 9.45 a. in., church for services during Mr. Crath- j J1"' nlng worship at 11 a. m. ern s absence. Organ Prelude i Invocation and I-ord Prayer. Carol, "Oh, that Glad'nlng Story," J. C. Macy. Responsive Reading. Selection 3S. Dedication and Salute to the new Christmas Flag. Hymn, 03 Lesson. Anthem, "Angels, from the Realms of Glory," F. F. Billiard Prayer Bennington High School Basketball Team Defeated in Rutland, The Bennlneton hlKh school basket. ball team was defeated 15 to 14 by the Rutland high school quintette at Rut land Friday evening. It was an excep tionally close contest and at one stage of the second half Bennington was in the lead. The Rutland Herald in its account of the game says: "The visi tors had a line team and got in some exceptionally clever passwork, and their star basket shooter was Shaw who secured two baskets from the Ccor. Tho feature basket of the eve ning was made by Burt who played center for Bennington," The teams lined ip a3 follows: Rutland, Lane, Brock, c: Heath, rf; Brock, Manfreda, rf; Ryan, rg; Bro he!, lg. Bennington, Burt, c; Shaw, rf: McGuire, If; Ryan, Ig; and Clark rg. Summary Baskets from floor, Itut 'and. Heath, 2, Brock, 3; Benntngton, n.. n. CM...., o . X I -... I , . m . S G Pease' ' ouun, -. .nuuuuu, i, iiuiu Vra' Wilson ' fre' tries, Heath, 4: Manfreda, 1; V Gruher ' Shaw' 4l RePree' Hulihan, Catholic university, inner, ivinssiey. corer. Murphy. Attendance. 40i. Score first half, Rutland, 7, Jlennlngton, 4; end of game, 15 to 14. Full line of holiday gooda at right prices at Ward's drug store. Adv. SWISS COMING TO U. S. Three Manufacturers to Construct Blfl Dye Plant. Basle, Switzerland, Dec. 19. America accomplished wonders In the dye industry when German dyes were cut off. But the Swiss are going to show America how to make real dyes. This city has tho biggest dye indus try in tho world outside of Germany. The three largest manufacturers here have formed a combination to go to America in January to establish a huge plant, taking with them rich and secret formulas. LODGE FOR POSTPONEMENT BRITISH STEAMER ARRIVES New York. Dec. 21. Bringing- over two thousand American soldiers, the British steamer 'Baltic arrived today. A salary for ife. Man or woman, a llet Income ns true as von live, as long ns you live. The annuity Idea is wonderful in lis use fulness. Immediate, or by' a system of payments deferred to commence at ti later period In life. National Life Ins. Co., of VI. (Mutual.) Karle S. Kinsley. General Agent. Mead Build iufi, Rutland, Vt. Adv. Would Consider League of Nations After Peace Conference. Washington. Dec. 20. Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, addressing the senate, advocated the postpone ment of the formation of a League of Nations until after the peace confer ence. He snid the question should be considered separately and later. How He Ended Kidney Trouble "I had a severe atack or kidney trouble and for three weeks could not gel out of doors and scarcely out of bed," writes C. K. Brewer. Village Springs, Ala. "Could not bend over at all without the most excruciating pains. I purchased ii bottle of Foley Kidney Pills. Was rellexcd after first few doses nnd continued their use un til completely cured. I consider Foley Kidney Pills the bet kidney remedy In the world. No recurrence of my trouble." Offering. Hymn, Sfi Sermon. "Christ Is King" Anthem, "Hark, Hark, with Harps of Gold." Geo. W. Marston Benediction. At the evening service held nt 7.30 the choir will render the Cantata, "The Shepherd King," by J. Lincoln Hall, lu Ibis musical program the cnolr will he assisted by Mrs. Kldred. Mrs. James Martin and Howard Fstes. Miss Bessie Klnnie. organist; Frank Hurley, dlrertor. Tho .-enlng ofrer Ing will be given to the Armenian Fund for needy children. Kveryone Is invited to have n part In this worthy cause. SAVE MEAT With vrry rotl of . .pool tn,' una sn. ana mvmry ouva i-n, Z vrrva liboral amount of STUFF. 2 ING or HKE3SING fla-ar- with H BH' &MMnin. Inc U 2 pIpMUTH nd ihcruH oort. 2 ASK. GROCERS fOR Jxr," 't-,-iJfc-''---'--,''' '. ifefe - .ELLx5$fi!