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THE liAUKE DAILY TIMES. BAKRE, V'JV FRIDAY, MAY 21, moT
M. I. T. ATHLETES ARE FAVORITES Looked on as the Probable Winners of New England . Intercolleagiates COMPETITIONS AT CAMBRIDGE,- MASS. Boston College Vas Also a . Strong Contender for ; First Place Cambridge, Masg,, May -SI. The New England intercollegiate track and ; field championships were begun to-day i Tech field with the preliminary events of "the annual two-day meet in?. Individual efforts wrre expected to reach high. standards owing to keen 'competition among the colleges and. the forthcoming selection of athletes for the Olypnue team. ' Massachusetts Institute of Technol- ' ogy. winner for Ithe past three years, presented a team that was regarded m a strong contender. Boston college, winner .two weeks ago of the eastern intercollegiate, hud hopes of double honors. Williams, New Hampshire, Bowdoin and Bates sent athletes who were considered likely to group a good showing in points. To-day's llxials were for all events except, the mile and two-mile runs. The weather was unsettled. SALOONS CLOSED TWO HOURS. A Protest Against Additional Taxes , on Cognac, Rum, Etc. Paris, May 21. Saloons throughout Paris will be closed from 4 until 6 o'clock this afternoon as a result of a general strike called by. the propri etors against additional' taxes being levied on cognac, rum and other beverages. The Grip, Fevers and Other Poisoning, ; . Prostrating Diseases, It is absolutely necessary that , the blood be thoroughly cleansed, germs of disease destroyed or driven out, appe tite restored and the kidneys and liver restored to perfect regular action. Hood's Sarsaparilla has been before the people for 411 years a a general blootl-piuitying aiierauve i m . n4 if rivn nerfect satisfac tion. Men and women whose grand mothers gave tnem noon s orpini .rivinir it to their own children and grandchildren with perfect confl- aence. it in me iuci iauv si wirl run era of ailments, always readv, always does good at any Beason of the year, rrepareu pharmacists. Nearly 50 years of phe- nomcnai saien if" m bw,'.j " -- markable merit, for a nam, enecuve laxative, take Hood's Pills. Adv. POSLAM WANTS TO HELP YOUR BROKEN-OUT SKIN AFTER INFLUENZA Prevent Falling Hair With Cuticura Shampoos t-u- ttn ViinT tndn in restoring drv. a lie t"" ..,& - j -; thin and falling hair is to get rid of dandruff, itching ana jmiauon 01 me scalp. Rub Cuticura Ointment into the scalp, especially spots of dandruff and itching. XNext morning buamyw with Cuticura Soap ana hot water. Rinse with tepid water. - T.1f,.M la an nflnl(r. nrnnhv lartir. aoothinc dusting powder of delicate. fascinating fragrance. 25c everywhere. MARTIAL LAW ON IN MADRID As Result of Disturbances Due to the Scarcity of Bread INTEND TO HELP BOLSHEVIKI POLICE AND CROWDS IN FOOD RIOTS Mounted Police Used to Disperse Those Engaged in Demonstrations FOREST FIRES IN QUEBEC. When any ttrhlnr -Win dlea affects or wk.n nv KHcrhfc truntionjil aDot beirlns to ltth and burn, apply Poalam. You may hm confident that the trouble is having- tha rUrht treatment, for you have calltd to your aid a healing cower hisrhly concentrated, active and perawtent. Itchinr toii and the akin fcala immeaiurrably grateful. In the treat ment of virulent eciemu, mrnt, pimplea and 11 surface affectiona, Foalam' reaulta are quickly felt and awn. Bold everywhere. For free aampla writ to Kmcrirency l.aboratnriee, 248 Wait 47th street, Naw York City. - Pwlam ' Soap, medicated with Poalara, ahould be- used if akin ia tender and sen. itivo.-Adv. Threaten Destruction of Several Vil lages. Quebec, May 21. A forest fire is sweeping Bellechass county, threaten ing destruction of the villages of St. Camille, St. Fabien, Panet and Daa quam, according to telegraphic appeals for aid received here yesterday. Daa quam was said to be in great danger and Mia? inhabitants were reported leav ing their homes to escape the flames. (several score of women and children were brought out ofc the fire district early yesterday bv a Quebec Central train, which had to fight its way through the flames. Water had to be drawn from the tender to quench the flames which licked about the coaches as the train pushed through the burn ing woods. Timber valued at more than $1,000, 000 ia reported in the path of the flames. Public prayers are being offered bv persons in the threatened districts tfiat their homes be spared. Madrid, May 21 (By the Associated Press). Martial law has been pro claimed here as the result of disturb ances due to scarcity of bead. Collisions occurred between police and crowds engaged in food riots yes terday. Mounted police rode among the people to disperse those engaging in demonstrations, and a number of ar rests were made. . A government statement, announc ing that martial law had been put into effect chronicled disturbances during which rioters pillaged shops, especially those of baker and grocers. Some pri vate houses were attacked. The minister of the interior describes the labor movement throughout Spain as not distinctly socialistic, but of a syndicalist nature, with revolutionary tendencies. He declares the movement is being followed up by the socialists because they do not wish to lose touch with the mans of the workers. VOLSTEAD ACT INVOKED. South Londonderry Merchant Charged with a Violation. Brattleboro, May 21. D. L. Benson, a well-known South Londonderry mer chant, was brought to BratJtleboro yes terday by United States Marshal Ar thur C. M. Carpenter of this place and arraigned before United States court on the charge of violating the Volstead act. He waived examination and was bound over to tne present session oi the United States court in Windsor in the sum of $300. C. A. Boyden became surety for him. Mr. Benson is charged with dispens ing extracts and Jamaica ginger for beverage purposes. DIRECT SEN. WALSH TO REPORT. On the Print Paper Situation Within a Few Days Washington, P. C, May 21. The Sena:e manufactures subcommittee, investigating the print paper situation yesterday, directed Senator Walh. Democrat, Massachusetts, to formulate a report. which would be submititd in a few days for the committee's ap proval. TO SEND TWO CREWS. Certain Elements in Ger many Are Reported to Be So Minded UPPER SILESIA IS ' A DANGER POINT Germans Have Been Haul ing Ammunition into Silesia NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Cross" on Aspirin like "Sterling" on silver. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," marked with the safety "Bayer Cross," can be taken without fear because you are getting the true, world-famous Aspirin, prescribed by physicians fur over la years. Always buy an unbroken package of "Bayer "Tablets of Ai-pirin," which con tains proper directions to safely relieve Colds, Headache, Toothache, Karache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, .Neu ritis, Joint Pains, and Pain generally. Handy tin bo.xe of twelve tablets cot but a few cents. Druggists also sell larger 'Bayer'' packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Haver Manufac ture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicyl icacid. Adv. Union Boat Club Will Be Well Repre sented on Schuylkill Boston, May 21. The Union Bat club will send its first and second crews to the American Henley race to be held on the Schuylkill river on May 2S and 29. It was announced to-day thai be cause of the frequent wins by the sec ond crew in tryoiits with the first eight, the club had decided to send 16 oarsmen and later select the strongest combination obtainable. Yesterday't American League Games. At New York, New York 8, St. Louis 3. At Boston. Boston 6, Detroit 0. At Philadelphia, Cleveland 10, Thil delphia 4. At Washington. Chicago 13, Wash ington 5, (18 innings). ) Won. Lost. Pot. Yesterday' National League Games. Cleveland 1 Boston " 1" Chicagft 11 New York 14 Washington 13 St. Louis 13 Philadelphia ' Detroit 7 8 0 II 13 14 14 Hi 20 704 ..i4 .5K) M9 .481 .42 .3(50 .259 Warsaw, May 20 (By the Associated Press). Information indicating that some elements in Germany are deter mined to help the Russian bolsheviki continues to be received here, it is said in military circles. The latest report is regarding Upper Silesia, where Ger man armed forces have been assembling on the border of the plebiscite area. Newspapers here to-day published des patches stating that '4,000 security guards had arrived in Upper Silesia by special train. For weeks, it is declared, Germans have been hauling ammunition into Silesia, hiding it beneath beets in rail road cars. Military authorities say the Germans are advertising their troop movements in this region for the pur pose of compelling the Poles to trans fer forces from the east and thus weaken the bolshevik front. Warsaw papers recently printed re ports that eight Zeppelins had crossed Poland headed eastward, and army headquarters afterwards confirmed this information. There is much speculation as to whether the Zeppelins bore officers en route to join the bolsheviki or were carrying away men named for extra dition by the allies. General Alexis A. Brusiloff, former commander-in-chief of Russian armies, is understood to have assumed command of the bolshevik ofl'ensive against Po land. In Polish military circles they . . , r r .... J a. say the soviet attacK is nesignea ia overrun Lithuania and extend the bolshevik front westward to East Prussia. Military authorities here declare vast stores of munitions and supplies have arrived in Kast Prussia in anticipation of a break in the Polish front before the bolshevik offensive. Fighting continues along the north ern sectors of the front, but all soviet attacks have been repulsed aolng the upper branches of the Derensina river, according to announcement. MADE GOOD SLEUTHS. Sinn Feiners Claim They are Quicker Than the Police. Dublin, May 21. The Sinn Feiners have again demonjrtxated that they are quicker Ithan the police in catching criminals when they care to exercise their power. Last night they took into custody four of seven men abused of raiding the residence of the duke de Staopoole, near Longwood, County Meath, and stealing from it a quantity of valu able silverware, oil paintings and oth er articles. The Sinn Feiners declare that the other three men will be captured in a few days. DANISH UNIONS FINED rw?-tablets - Immm CUMMINGS & LEWIS. DRUGGISTS American League Standing. At St. Louis, St. Louis 6, Philadel phia 4. At Pittsburg, Pittsburg Boston 1. At Chicago, Chicago 4, New York 2. At Cincinnati, Cinynnati 7, Brooklyn 0. National League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Cincinnati 1 10 .fi30 Pittsburg 1 1 -fi0 Brooklyn 12 10 MS Chicago 1" 14 17 Boston 10 13 .453 New York 1 14 417 Philadelphia 11 1 -407 St. Louis 11 15 -423 For Being Responsible for Strike That Parajyred Denmark's Export Trade. Copenhagen, May 20. Three trade unions which were found responsible for the strike which paralyzed Den mark's export trade tor nearly two months, have been fined by the perma nent court of arbitration on industrial disputes. The transport workers' un ir fined 300.000 kronen. Action by the cnurt was taken at the request of employers' associations, which 'al leged the" unions had violated their agreements. tt imnrolmhle the unions will be able to pay these fines after the great expense incurred annng xne strike ana bt lief is expressed that this default may cause the court to order their funds seized and declare tne unions bankrupt. PRICES NOW AT THE TOP Co-operative Experiment When this company agreed to make a trial of the 5c fare within certain limits, it was understood that reports would be published showing the income resulting therefrom as compared with the income last year under the straight 6c fare. These comparative figures for the month of April are as follows: 1919 Nupmber of 6c fares, 18,010; Revenue .$1.0S0.60 1920 Nupmber of 5c fares, 19,961; Revenue 99S.20 Loss of 1.931 S2.40 Barre & Montpelier Traction & Power Co. C. J. COOKSOX, Manager. No Indication That Women'a Wearing Apparel Will Go Higher. Cleveland, May 21. Cnless labor material cot are advanced, prices of women'a wearing apparel will not go higher, a survey of he Cleveland gar ment industry 'by the Cleveland liar ment Manufacturers association shows. The report says that there is a tendency to buy the less cot!y line. No curtailment because of decreaied demands is reported. TO INVESTIGATE EXPENDITURES. Presidential Candidate to Be Asked U Tell of Costa. Washington, D. C, May 21. Investi gation of presidential candidates cam paigns of both partie. including their contributions and expenditures or use of influence, was ordered yesterday by the Senate. The resolution by Senator Borah, Re publican. Idaho, providing for an inves tigation 'by a privileges and elections sub-committee, as adopted without a record vote and with little discussion. BANDITS SHOT UP TOWN. Seriously Wound One Man And Escape With 112,000 Cash. Toledo, O., May 21 Six hndU yes terday ahot up the Main street of Del ta, O., near here, seriously wounding James Warner, a banker, invaded the Peoples Saving nanK ana escpea wun ' . , it : v . I J - ?-l-,lHJ ID CSH BV4 DENIES WORKERS' DEMANDS. Mayor Gainer of Providence Refuses Eight-Hour Day. TV.,. Lion. H. I Mar 21. MS Tor . . k.. rred no! k on tie iu ;.! Vm moves' union that its de mand for a JT """t par increase. an :g!it hour cay ana omer cnigs ouM awH be grsntea. T Heal a Conga JU HAYES HEALING HONEY. V. r '-- Jj ''' ;: ' W r.'U.M-iIFMV V V. Cipyright, tpto.Htrt Sc&il&cr Sl Mirs How You Can Make Your Clothes Last onger You don't want to have to buy any more clothes than you have to; so we don't want to sell you any more than you positively need; clothes cost too much money; don't be reckless with them. Take care of them. Get good ones; the all-wool kind. They wear longer. Then hang them up at night; have them pressed often; cleaned when they need it. Alternate your suits; give them a rest. . Do those things; your clothes will last longer; you'll save money. When you do Eeed a new suit, don't forget that this is the Barre home of the famous Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Moore & Owens BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS 122 North Main Street Telephone 273-M Classified. fcWt've paed through the ton air, the bronze are. the golden age, and the iron age: what would you call this one!" asks an exchange. The outrage, brother. Boot on Tran script. Obit a Ruv Off. "Auntie, did you ever get a j.ro- posal T" I "Once. dear. A gentleman a -ted me over the telephone to marry him, but , h had the ror.g number." Boston Transcript. j 01 fL? lY7&J WUmH" B Tlerce9. Automobile Lamps We have a complete stock of Auto Lamps for all makes of cars. Barre Electric Company -For Your Electric Wantt- Barre, Vt m - Adv.