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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDXEStoAY, MAY 3, 1920.
RUSSIANS ARE LOOTING KIEV Houses and Stores Are Be ing Robbed in Prepara tion for Evacuation POLES PLAN TO OCCU PY CITY THIS WEEK American Red Cross Has Chartered Special Train to Take Supplies to Kiev Warsaw, May 4. (By the Associated Press.) Russian bolshevik soldier are ' reported to be rooting houses and (stores at Kiev preparatory to abandon ing the city. Advices received here in dicate great confusion there. Polish military authorities plan to occupy Kiev late this week, it is be lieved, and special trains to take vis itors from Warsaw to the Ukrainian ' capital are being arranged. Ticket ' offices here are crowded with people, who desire to make the trip. The American Red Cross has chartered a special train to take supplies to Kiev, and plans are made for it to leave here on Wednesday. A party of guests of the Polish high command left here to-day for the front, expecting to reach Zhitomir some time Wednesday night. Among those who departed "were several foreign news paper correspondents and John Camp boll White, American charge d'aftairs here. Colonel E. K. Farman, United States military attache, is already at tho front and is the guest of General Pilsudski, who is in command of the Folish-Ukrainian advance, and will enter Kiev with him. Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes Food Taste Good Creates an appetite, aids diges tion, purifies the blood, promotes assimilation so as to secure full nutritive value of food, .and to give strength to the whole system. extended, but they have since taken to the dance and appear to enjoy it. The object of ithe dancing induc tion to the football men is to improve the co-ordination of mind and muKlo and to keep the players constantly "on their toes. IN LOCAL MARKETS BRANCH RICKEY LETS CUBAN PITCHER GO Dressed Pork Is Steady at 19 Cents Per Pound Fresh Eggs Plenty .... . i EGGS NOW BRING 45c PER DOZEN Maple Syrup $3.50 a Gal - Ion, Potatoes $3$3.25 Per Bushel Oscar Tuero, With St Louis for Three Years, to Play With Kansas City Club of American Asso ciation. St. Louis, May 5. Manager Branch Rickey of the St! Louis National league team has announced the release of Oscar Tuero, a Cuban' pitcher, who has. been with the locals for the last three years, to the Kansas City club of the American association. FOLK DANCING FOR FOOTBALL "HUSKIES' Broad-Shouldered Athletes at Massa chusetts "Aggies" College are Pirouetting to Get in Con dition for Next FalL Amherst, Mass., May 5. Folk danc ing as training for football is being given candidates for the Massachusetts Agricultural college eleven this spring. Instead of lunging and charging against a tackling dummy, huky can didates for places on the "Aggies" line are being taught the intricacies and graces of the Knglish folk dance. Thirty men, with the broadness of shoulder and bulk of frame necessary to the efficient linesman, are learning to do gracefully the handkerchief folk dance, known as "Laudanum Bunches," iiml to trip lightly through other steps of tin- old dancing school. For a Hime 1 Itcy were embarrassed as, waving handkerchiefs in the air, they pirouet ted un one toe with an arm and hand Yesterday's National League Games. At Cincinnati- Cincinnati 5, Chicago 4. At Boston Boston-Brooklyn, rain. At Philadelphia New York 5, Phil adelphia 4. National League Standing. Won. Lost. I'd. Cincinnati , If) 6 .1125 i Brook ivn B -571 Philadelphia 0 0 .KiO Pittsburg 7 li jViS St. Louis 6 8 .42'.) Boston 5 0 .50j Chicago 1 10 .12! i ft on . fVCW J OI K ' V .MV Barre, Vt., May 5, 1020. T)ressed pork steady. Fresh eggs plenty. Wholesale quotations: Dressed pork 19c. Veals 20c. Fowls 40(?42e, Fresh eggs 4.TC. ' Butter, dairy l.c. Maple yrup $3.50 gallon. Maple sugar 3.j(!i'40c pound. Potatoes f.'l(?S3.25 bushel. Vaetorif av'a AmAHran T.PAvn Came. At St. Louis 43t. Louis 12, Chicago! 4. I At Washington Philadelphia fi, Washington 4. At New York New York 6, Boston 1. At Detroit Detroit 2, Cleveland 1. t American League Standing. Won. lx)st. Pet. Chicago 10 3 "!! Boston 11 5 W Cleveland 10 5 .i7 St. Louis 7 .402 New York 7 8 .407 Washington 7 8 .4H7 Philadelphia 6 0 X7 Detroit 2 13 .133 JN BOSTON MARKETS. Jobbing Quotations on Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Boston, May 5. Following are local jobbing prices: Butter-Fancy northern creamery, tuba 00 ',i!i 70c, boxes 7Q,M;ft71 lie; iiinev wcft'ern creamery; tubs 8(8? (i! '; western creamery, good to i-liofee ti2fti.'le, fair to g.-od 0761c, storage oSfotCic. Kggs Fancy hennery, r!ij (We; choice eastern GSe; fresh western, ex tras S3fi:54c, prime first 52(8. 53c, first 4!l(ff5lc. (heese Xpw York twins, fancy .13 filMc, fair to good 3l(32c; Young America 3"(H.'ioe. ;7 The Probability of a Man living to be old and poor U to be con sidered just the same as the chance of dying. We advocate age endowments. National Life Ins. Co. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballaird. general agent, Rialto block, j-Montpelier, Vt. Maple Sugar Quotation. Boston: Supplies liberal, not clean ing up readily. Sugar cakes, 45c. Bricks, 40c. synlp, $3fn $3.23. New York: Unreported. ANOTHER MARATHON TRY OUT Wilt Be Held in NewYork June 5 to Pick Olympic Team. New York, May 5. A marathon race at the regular Olympic games distance, which will receive oflicial recognition as a try out for the international event, will be held June 5 by the New York Athletic club, it was announced to-dny. The Olympic committee de cidedi'd that because of the lapse of time between the Boston marathon last month and the Antwerp race another try out in June would aid in the selec tion of the man to represent this country. Mi 0 What's Bone Dry What's Not? Not every storage battery that ia Called "bone dry" is really shipped and stored in bone-dry condition. Some have solution put in at the v factory, and poured out again before shipment. Some are shipped with plates dry; and insulation wet. ' These batteries are not bone dry. Come in and get straight from us the story of Willard Threaded Rub ber Insulation, the only form of in sulation that permits of bone-dry shipment and storage of automobile starting, lighting and ignition bat teries. WILLARD SERVICE STATION PALACE GARAGE 110 N. Main St., Arnholm 4b Dunbar, Props. STORAGE 1 WW. 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When Andrea Salsedo, Sicilian anarchist, jumped 14 stories to his death at damn yesterday in Park row, lie disclosed thai govern ment -sleuths, -working day and night for months, had solved the mystery of the attempt to kill Attorney General Palmer and prominent men in seven cities last June, and that the principal in an anarchistic plot against govern ment and official, who fled abroad, were being Bought by the secret police of five countries. Salsedo and Roberto Kllia. another Italian, printed the pink "Fighting An archist" circulars found with the frag ments of a man's body on the dr step of Mr. Palmer's house. Salsedo was high in the councils of the Galliani group of bomber, anil, a secret serv ice agents ascertained and through the disclosure of Salsedo and Kllia, it was the (ialliani group that staged the death conspiracy. The suicide of the anarchist, came nearly two months after he and Kllia had been arrested in the printing shop of J. Cenrani in Fifth avenue,. Brook lyn, where in their spare momeqts they had printed the radical circulars. When arrested they agreed to aid the gov ernment, but reiiuetfed that they be protected against vengeance by their confederates. The men were lodged in the department of justice office at 21 Park row in a room fitted up for them. George Y.. Lamb, division superin tendent of the department of justice, declared no attempt had been made to put any restraint on the men and that the midden decision of Salsedo .to end his life was inexplicable. It was not until Marcus O. Donato. a lawyer in the same building and counsel for Salsedo and Kllia, charged that Salsedo bad been driven insane "by two months' confinement" that the federal officials dropped their ecrecy. "Both men," declared Lamb, "were directly concerned in the bomb out rages '.that stirred the country last June. On June ', bombs were ex ploded at Mr. Palmer's hou-e in Wash ington, at the home of Judge Charles C. ott in tMs city, in Pittsburgh at the home of Genrsre' W. Thompson, and at the homes of Judge Robert Ilavden in Boston. Kopre-cntative Leland Power- in N'ewtonvilie. Mass.. Max Gild in Pateron. X. J.. Mayor Harry U Da vis in Cleveland and the Church of Our ljidy of Victory in Philadelphia. The conspirator who placed the bomb on the doorstep of Mr. Palmer home was s- fl 1 " 30x3... 30x31 i. 30x31 i. 31x4... 32x31 i. 32x1... 33x 1 . . . 34x4... .10.90 .13.50 .13.95 .21.75 .16.80 .22.10 .23.25 .24.25 RALPH HAS RECEIVED MUCHj EEKEFIT FROM TAKING FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE" ey comes with order. Send check, postal examine them, and if not found the be.st e will refund your money. D. to vour express office. You can look at end them back at our expense. Thi' won't TVlivrrv rharres raid bv us when mon cr cvpreM orders. When you get the Tires buy. t-t nd them back at our expense and w If you prefer, we will send Tires C. O them and if not found just as represented s cost yen a cent. That's the wav we do business. We know thee Tires are the bet for the money that you cn buy anwhere, and Avc're willing to take your judgment for it. THE JARVIS PALACE GARAGE GEO. P. J AR : r SOW Owners 7-1? .-v.ith Winooii Avenue Burlirttetn, Vermont 'f hi. U tbe way tat Mr. Arr.a Car ve. 3- tuiian trt, PovSury. M-,: f a res -cut J i.'iu' Mat -m. nt. Mei iis that Ha a ..Jirtant uer j t lather t"iin' icinine unl tht"tie , irrv l.ule IrL.u'.'y mnsb r 4!. rvrc V la. Un ii-irs t . H , j-h'"r-d d.flr' jT'swT-rtKti. Her, r..M-t.ixsr i li 1 :w itii i of tVi sjit.Js d ctiT irn-V.T h t e mt. tfMii n-.y jea.' Iili-r Jn MM cm fi'y ''- J ew j f., t.,j tTtvh. u- f f ;. 1 1 f r4 :csrrt t'lt i r'ii it fiir ;-sj 1rr fn-m Vx-l d ver-1 tnta tinii ia iy fw Ji- Air. blown to fragments. A watchman waa killed passing the home of Judge Xott and a woman was badly hurt at the Philadelphia church. Through the agent of our epart. ment several groups of anarchists in the United States noted for their be lief in violence -were carefully watched and the leaders placed under close scru tiny. At the time of the explosion there were found, at every place where the bombs were placed, a circular print ed on pink paper. It bore the caption 'Plain Words' and was iigned 'The Fighting Anarchists.' One of the state ments in it was: 'There will have to be bloodshed; we will not d-xlge. There will have to lie murder. We will kill because it is necessary. There will have to be derttnict ion. W will destroy to rid the world ff tyrannical institu tions.' "Well, wc gathered together various tinea that presented themselves and, after months of careful investigation, we finally discovered she printing place of 'Plain Words.' We also came into possession of clues indicating the per sons who were responsible for getting out the circular. Andrea Salsedo aa placed under surveillance ivpon orders from Assistant Attorney General Oar van, who was assigned to the investi gation of the outrages. AgenU from ;the department took Sal-edo and Kllia into custody at Cenzani'a hop in Brooklyn. "Salsedo admitted that he had print ed "Plain Words.' and we ascertained that, in May, P10, he had turned out 700 copies of the circular. He told us that he had done the work at Uie di rection of Nicholas Rccchi. Kecchi fur nished the manuscript for the circular. He is a notorious anurchist and is now in Italy. He was one of the principal in the June plot. ' Salsedo Wai in Lynn. "SuJsedo told us that he was born in Pamtellera, Sicily, ami tha; he ar rived in New York in lwrj, when he was 2.1 years old. I'ntil June, 1914. he was ciot-ely connected with tho Ital ian anarchist" group in this country and he participated in the printing of the Italian anarchist paper Cronaca Sov versiva. In June, 1014, be returned to Italy and served nine months in the army. He was back here in October, 101(1. and joined the Galliani group, then with headquarters at Lynn, Mass., where he issued various newspapers of the Italian tcrrorUt type. "Kllia. born in Catanrano, . Italy, came here in August, lftHl. "He was for many years connectted with the anarchist group at Paterson. god printed the anarchist newspaper yuetione Sociale. He alo was with Galliani in the printinir of (Yonaca Sov vcrsiva. Saiscdo and Kllia were well in the front of the Italian terrorist group in his country, and through their ef fort the unar.hi-t" hav been Wind rloselv together. Both of them frankly admitted thai they were anarchists and bad Ven for year. "Both of them have been here In these office for aeveral months, anl they hsvf Wen aid'tg "he government ;r. our rtTrts to g-t the other con cerned. Ye, they were both in formers, if you want to put it that woy. P.raiitiiff that there were indi viduals connected i!h the Immli plot boe pptrhrn-ion was dc-ircd in the b-t interest of the puhl, Sal-edo and I'.iha be been cached, and safeguard ed, pending the arrest of the o'her'. B'th hve made cotifcssHins a to their can connection with the fW " Th whole case was bui't u;i from the fraatiierr- of wearing apparel found --attcred in frvmt of the a't r iev (reneral's h'ne in Wash nr n. There were poA d.t If. 1he bee! of a vh.e, a bit of sa"p wfh -hreds rf ba r. a portion of a over.wit. a san ds!, a laundry tag and the fink cir ruisr. Kven the dfl !' " w :hu rdi nt.ried as a m;ing ra !; !. KOOXDAT POBBERY. Tlitee Sraasfc Jewelet'i Wailaw ia Crewded Street mi Get New York. My 5 - Ti thfre- sua ! jw- et's w.n l w a. oi; of Iir5tn' Vawf a' """ ve- e-.lar r 1 e-s.fl with f" of r sf aiS Jf .ev , 1 Kev l,a:a j.--rcr ly f-g a rTo;rer .'t at iW, ar.l d -zjmri da a .ie arrett. KAPP REFUSED HAVEN BY SWISS Leader of Recent Revolt in Berlin Wanted to Take Up Residence in Switzerland WROTE FROM SWEDEN FOR APPROVAL Govt. Referred Request to Central Police Bureau It Decided in Negative Geneva, May 4. Pr. Wolfgang Kapp, leader of the recent revolt in Berlin, hag been refused permission by the Swisa government to reside in Switzer land. Kapp recently wrote from Sweden, asking the approval of the Swiss government to his taking up residence here. The government re ferred the request to the central police bureau, which, after an inquiry, recom mended that Kapp be kept out of the country. Sporting Note. Young Collins, who boxe 12 rounds at Montpelicr armory Thursday even intr attain t. Hattlintr Moore of Charles- town, Mass., considered by the fistic; fans of .New Ir.nglana as me coming bantam weight champion, was born in Boston, 189!). Collins has been box ing five years. He has K. 0. Young Rempsey three times. Iempsey is ban tam champion of Jv'cw England by de- mm "u .j.f an )l.uim iiJjV'f .'.'"'l''' ' '' ' ..i ! . r i: ! . -j Choose the Right Hat The hat you choose it makes a lot of difference in the way you look to others, and yourself. ' ; It pays to buy wheret here is sufficient It pays to buy where there is sufficient that you can fit. and "try on" until you get the one that's just right for you. . You'll find such a variety here. j And the hats we'll offer you will be either of the Guyer or Stetson make. "Nuff sed." Open Monday evenings until 8:30 Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 No. Main St Tel. 275-M feating AI. Oerade of Boston. Collins has met such men as Kid Mann, George Green, A I. Kunders, Young Regan, Young Chany, Freddy Wallace, Bat tling Josephs, AI. Gerade. Kddie Burke, Tonv Lorenro, Kddie Rector, Mark Murphv, Young Loggan, Freddy Mad Hen, Tommy Marks, Teddy Murphy, Young Delmont, Rob Ray, John Winit, Tony Vatelin, Patsy Owens, Young Stanley, Young Wids, Little Benny and II. Loren. Adv. 111 Health Often Due to Neglect of Kidneys and Liver Many organs lake part in assimila tion of food, and a number are active in eliminating those portions of the food which are not taken into the blood for tho upbuilding of the body. Of the climinative organs, the liver and the kidneys are of major impor tance, and are' most likely to be over worked and become diseased. When Mich is the case, various troubles of a digestive and eliminative character oc cur, and such troubles are So frequent and so common that it is absolutely necessary to find some relief. Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy was compounded" over 40 years ago to help equalize the work of both kidneys and liver. How iiccesful it has been is evidenced by its widespread sale and its value ia attested by an immense number of appreciative users who through these many years have put it to the severest tests with the most satisfactory results. The experience of multitudes is sometimes worth more than the wis dom even of the brijjhtest physicians. Hence, if you have liver or kidney troubles, you cannot do better than call upon your druggist for Warner's Saf.e Kidney and Liver Remedy. "About 7 years ago I waa so weak and worn out that 1 could hardly work. After trying other things without re lief, I tried Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy. In a short time the pain left me, my urine cleared up and the rheumatism and dyspepsia van ished. We have used Warner's Safe Remedies ever since with great success in our family." O. F. Rose, Burton ville, Kentucky, U. S. A. 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