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THE BAliKE DAILY" TIMES, JJAKKE, VT., Kit ID AY, Al'lUL 0, 1920.
SAVAGE WAS HARD HITTER He Fought 12 Rounds With ; Armstrong at Montpel ier Last Night BIG CROWD" WAS ; , KEPT INTERESTED Preliminaries, Too, Were of a Nature That Pleased Audience Jack Savage, the "fighting police man" from Brockton, Mass., and Carlo Armstrong of Boston, champion Italian heavyweight of the navy, fought 12 round in the armory at Montpelier Thursday evening under the promotion of Daly 'and Meigs. It was a draw, although the advan tage seemed to be with Savage, who hammered away at Armstrong's face a food deal through the match. Arm strong, however, was a favorite with many of the audience. Some 200 per sons" from Barre made a part of an audience that filled the seating capa city of the armory. It was an excellent match and the preliminaries were the equal of any seen this year. Sergeant Swanson will fight some man here two weeks hence. The main bout was filled with ac tivity, and while they were not as fast a the lighter weight men that have appeared, the crowd appeared to like their work as well as any men that have been seen this winter. .Savage, for the first few rounds, did not seem to feel the effects of the ef forts of boxing and appeared to be t 1 : u; n,-innnnnt ArmstrOHff fought much of the time with hia head 1 lowered1 but gave Savage some neavy blows. Savage seemed to depend upon his left hand, while Armstrong was fn with hnih hand. The two men itui iha ninlipiu'B nlcntv of chance to cheer good work. The general iraprca- SO EASY TO HEAL SICK SKIN WITH POSLAM Don't let tho eruptions remain to blem ish and annoy any lonirnr than it tak. Foilam to hml them. And Toslam is bet equipped to do the work became it healing power ar concentrated. Relieve itching at once. , , Apply Pail am at nisrhfc-and leave it on in the daytime, too, when convenient. It acta quickly. Vu can oon see benefits. 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Repeat in two weeks if needed Cuttrora boats, thrtment aa4 laicuoi everjrwhera Zx. each. Three of a Kind One 1919 Indian electric equipped, guaranteed in per fect running order, $275 cash. 10 per cent additional if told on tine. One 1916 Indian $173 ca.h. One 1916 Indian ?200 cash, new com plete motor. Corr.e in nd look then ever. A. M. FLANDERS toy H. Xaia St. Hood's Pills In small doses A GENTLE LAXATIVE In Larger Doses A THOROUGH CATHARTIC ltde by 0. I. Hood Co.. Lowell, U111. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrup of Figs onlf look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child ia having the bent and most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver ana Dowels, inuaren iove its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "California." Adv. gion seemed to be that these two men were as well matched as any that have been seen at Montpelier. Young Collins of Cambridge and Harry Loring of Charleston gave a good exhibition of fast lightweight lighting. Loring tried hard to get to Collins but the little fellow was too fast for him. The first round was about even, as was the second, with perhaps a little advantage for Collins but in the third round Collins went after his man and knocked him down three times before he was counted out. He took the count of nine the first time and five the second time. After the knockout he was helped to bis corner. Cyclone Glennie and Babe Sawyer furnished as good sport rs an audience could desire to see. Both of the boys did some clever dodging and each car ried the fight to the other man. This was a four-round bout, which was a draw. Clarence Holmes and Abner Lord boxed for two rounds. They are YD boys, who did some good work. One of the interesting things of the match last evening was that the heavy weights did not get much marked up. Sawyer and Glennie both drew blood on their opponents. ' John Pendergast was referee, while Charles Boncoe of Boston is the match maker. The second to Armstrong was Benny Burke, former welterweight of the navy, who won the championship in Kngland Nov. fi, 1918. He was on Ad miral Sims' boat and was twice on ships that were torpedoed during the war. Savage's second was "Young Donahue." He is a Roxbury boy whose name is Philip Powers. He promotes boxing in Boston now. Among the .spectators were F. C. Archibald, attorney general, Judge H. B. Chase, Clair Towers, state's attorney from Essex county, Benjamin Gates, state auditor, and former Representa tive Glenn Wilkins of Morrisville. GREAT CEREMONIES FOR OLYMPIC OPENING Inaugural at Antwerp Has Been Set for Aug. 14 There Will Be More Than Two Weeks of Competition. Antwerp, April 9. Elaborate cere monies will mark the formal opening of the Olympic games stadium here next August, according to the plans of the Belgium Olympic committee. The date for the inaugural has been set for Saturday, Aug. 14, and the event will be followed by more than two weeks of continuous competition in which the leading athletes of some 30 nations are exppcted to participate. The ceremonies will be much the same as those which marked the begin ning of the Olympic games at Stock holm in 1!12. The athletes and teams of every country entered will form out side the stadium proper, and at a sig nal from the royal box, a fanfare of bugles will announce the coming of the men and women who on the following days will contest for Olympic honors. Each nation will be assigned a place in the parade which will file past the roy al box in a circuit of the running track and later stand at attention on the in field. The flag of each country will be borne in the fore rank of that particular ec tion or group and the athletes will wear a distinctive civilian uniform, which in the rase of the I'nited States team at Stockholm com-if ted of white duck trousers and ties, blue sack coats and straw bats with a red, white and blue ribbon band. In passing tba royal box, which will be occupied bv the king, queen and royal prince of Bel gium, the flag of each nation will be dropped in salute and the team mem ber wiil carry their bats or caps at attention. Titled and noble personages from all parts of the world are expect ed to be in attendance for the grand march of the nations and other cere monies in connection with the opening of the stadium. King Albert and Prince Leopold of Belgium will also attend the contest rrgularlv. both in the main stadium and tboe adjacent which will be devot ed t apecial competition such as swim ming and bicvele racing. A secondary stadium to seat 10.0U) spectators, is being constructed for the aquatic event" with a swimming pool 300 feet long. fiO feet wide and !.' feet deep. H ill t loiated on the outkirt of the city and about 20 minute' walk from the athletic stadium. The Velodrome. here the bicvele ra.-ea will be held, is a permanent sport fixture, bavins' been ured f"T cycling events ia past seasons. GIVEN ADDITIONAL TIME. Ccruay Has Until April 17 te With draw Her Troops. l.or ! . Ar.I t rt-rmany has bn f'.irn a k' adH;!mr-al rrar for the wi'hcf'-aitsl 'f b-r fi-n frrni tte neu tral nor, tr.t- Kifwii News t- day M it uii.lf-r.land TV'S wouid tx terd the 1 t- A--; I J". Te Heal a Cexfh like IUCb KT.AUNU Hn-EV. X. - Adv. NURSE IS HELD IN DEATH CASE Miss Margaret E. Coumans ..." Charged .With Man- y slaughter MRS. MARY E. LOTZ ALLEGED VICTIM When Patient in Sanitari um She Was Scalded to Death Dedliam, Mass., ApTil !). Miss Mar garet E. Coumans, a 22-year-old nurse of Newton, was indicted by the grand jury late yesterday for manslaughter in connection with the death of Mrs. Mary E. Lotr of Maiden at a private sanatorium in Wellesley on Nov. 10, 1019. It is alleged that Miss Coumans was in charge of Mrs. Lotr. when the patient was given a bath that resulted in her being scalded to death. AUSTRIAN CHANCELLOR RECEIVED BY POPE Benedict Is Reported to Have Shown Great Interest in Present State of Affairs in Austria. Rome, April 7. Dr. Karl Renner, chancellor of the Austrian republic, was received in private audience to-day by Pope Benedict, who showed great in terest in the present state of affairs in Austria, and anxiously inquired as to the condition of the Austrian popula tion ennpcitt Hv the children. He also expressed pleasure at the recovery and well-being oi Austrian cnuaren who have been brought to Italy so that they might receive better care. Dr. Renner, greatly moved, thanked the pontiff for his support of the chil dren of the central empires, so many of whom, he said, had been saved from certain death by the pope's interces sion. ' ANTAGONISM DEVELOPED At Opening of Catholics National Con gress in Naples. Naples, April 8. -Antaponie m be tween factions of the Catholic party led to disturbing incidents at the open ing of the organization's national con gress here to-day. Members of the ex treme right wing urged that the party support Christian socialistic doctrines. This policy was combatted by the more conservative elements. Progress toward an understanding was made when Deputy Stnrzo ap pealed for an undivided party, pointing out the fact that in the last elections the Catholic vote reached a total of nearly 800,000 although the number of members officially inscribed on the party's rolls was only 152,000. He also summarized the party's program by saying it stood for reforms in educa tion and agriculture matters, freedom of workers to organize, proportional representation and woman suffrage. A section of the conservative Cath olics presented a report written by Professor Del Gindioe, asking for solution of the vexed Roman question and suggesting that the status of the pope in Rome be fixed by a concordat between the church and the stste. FOR AMERICAN SERVICE. Steamer Callao Reaches Rio Janeiro to Begin Kuns to umtea ataies. T?in .Tanclrrt. Anril 8. The steamer Callao, the first of the large steamers formerly owned by, Germany to be placed in the regular passenger service between the United States and Ri Janeiro and Buenos Aires, arrived here to-day. Banish Catarrh Breathe Hyomei for Two Minutes and Stuffed up Head Will Go If xoa want to ret af relief from ca- tarrh. eold in the head, or from an irritat ing rough ia the shortest time, breathe Hyomei. It will clean out your head In two mfn ntta and allow ou to breath freely, awake or asleep, or money refunded. Hyonei ehould end a cold m one day. ana relieve you of dttruetinr enufftie. hawking-. ipiuins" and offeiwiv breath in a week. iiyomei la made cnieny irom euraiynnia, a earthing, hralinr, fferm-killins' antiaevtie, that eomea from, the eucalyptus forote of inland Australia, where catarrh, asthma and other bronchial troubles) are seldom known. Hyomei ia oleaeant and eauy to breathe. Just pour a few drops into the Hard Rubber Inhaler, use as directed, and relief ia almost certain. A Complete Ilynmet Outnt, Including In haler and one bottle, of Hyomei, costs but little at dnierlfta' everywhere and at the Red Cross Pharmacy. Ends indigestion It relieves stomach misery, sour stom ach, belching aad all stomach disease ot money bsck. Large box of tablets C cents. Druggists La all town. Drs s drv keep you awake? KEMP'S BALSVM will stop the tickle that makes you cou jh. cuAnasmio. i Woman's Right ; fc c: Joy (T'-'d health. The aecret of xd halth rs chiefly to maintain nor mal arthi'jr of the stomach, txrerc:, ver, sita atd kfci.Teyt. K cs.satasM. la kssrasv l, FRANCE FEELS r DISPLEASED Over Great Britain's Atti tude on Sending Troops into Germany LLOYD GEORGE GETS MOST OF BLAME Belgium's Support Scarce ly Makes Up for the British Defection Paris, April 9. Great Britain's atti tude relative to the advance of French troops Into German territory east of the Rhine as denned in press dispatches from London, ia viewed by newspapers here as a bitter pill for France, and it is considered the action of Belgium, supporting the policy of France, hard ly compensates for it. Tertinax," the political editor of tha Echo de Paris, writes an unusually savage article, attacking Premier Lloyd George, whom he calls a "demagogue." lie says in conclusion: "Mr Lloyd George never has forgiv en the policy adopted by France since January, of being indepndent within the entente. He has bided his time, as he thinks it is now come. We count on the clear-sightedness of our friends across the channel and the doep friendship we have found -with them, to bring the chief of the Downing street oa-binet back to an interpreta tion of the Anglo-French alliance from which he should never have departed. Such an evolution was to be expected of him. He has taken up and dropped every doctrine, and could the entente cordiale escape under this rule? The English people well know how to force him to make an exception in this case." St. Brice of the Journal, with other foreign specialists, is mora impartial and blames all of the allies of France in more measured terms. He incident ally declares: "It is shown that false reports were spread by some American newspaper correspondents in Germany and one of these, the rumor that Trasident Wilson had sent an ultimatum to France, pro voked the Frankfort incident." LIEUT. COL. KALNEN KILLED BY FRENCHMAN German Officer Waa Shot by Member of French Patrol 16 Milet North of Frankfort. Berlin, April 0. Lieutenant Count Kalnein, who was' killed yesterday nu. VofW.Wnnlstjult. 16 miles north of Frankfort, was ehot by a French . : - JK! 1 J! . patrol, according to a semi-oiuciai uis patch from Frankfort. WOODSTOCK MINISTER RESIGNS. Rev. R. W. Barstow Going to Concord, N. H, White River Junction, April 9. At the close of the service at the Congre gational church at Woodstock last Sun day, the pastor, Rev. R. W. Barstow, presented his resignation, to take effect not later than Aug. 1, in order that he may accept a call to the South Con gregational church in Concord, X. H. The South church of Concord is one of the largest and most influential churches in the state and Mr. Barstow will succeed Rev. Archibald Black, who has recently gone to the Old South church in Boston to be associated with Dr. Gordon. The people of Mr. Ban-tow's church deeply regret the departure of their minister and his wile. Mr. Barstow pastorate in Woodstock has been high ly successful. ' 1 ADAMANT Alex Robinson lost one of his work horses recently. Edward Ferris of Barre was a Sun day visitor in town. the seminary students went back to school Tuesday. Dr. Wright Conner of Xorth Calais was a visitor at Orrin Slayton's on Wednesday. Mrs. Archie Persons has returned home from the Mary Fletcher hospital in Burlington, where she had an oper ation. Little Stanley Willard is out again after havinjf the grip and severe eold. We were very sorry to hear the news of the death of Theo Clark. He was a man of sterling qualities and will be greatly missed among the townspeo ple, as well as at home. Horace Ferris and Roseoe Campbell: were business visitors in North Mont pelier Tuesday. Reuben Parker of Calais is working for B. J. Hatch in the sawmill and boards with his brother, Lee. A son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hood Wednesday, April 7. m TKg disllixcliveaylniericeav beverage tod ;ej : " VvL? A . Br'ss of Stxm 4 P-nffis &erynw Hsrtart uwer Ale wm Manas" ia Anrnsa stsrv. The Aftermath of flu This is No. 1 of ft series of advertisements, prepared by a competent physician, explaining how certain diseases which attack the air passages such as Pneumonia, Influenza, Whoop ing Cough, Measles or even a long continued Cold often leave these organs in an inflamed, congested state, thus affording a favorable foothold for invading germs. And bow Vick's Vapo Rub may be of value in this condition. 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