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TIIK BAHRE DA JLV TIMES, BAUttE, VT.. I'JUDaV, DECEMBER 17, 1920.
IS NOW SOUGHT Dn Virtual Deadlock Be- t ween Commons and Lords on Home Rule BILL IS AMENDED BY HOUSEOF LORDS Biliousness Lowers your spirits, dolls your lira In, causes constipation, siutt headache, and makes you feel mis erable. Clean up your liver; take Hood's Pills Jfide br C. t Hood Co., lowell, Maim. n Case of Disagreement Home Rule Measure of 1914 Would Be Law Loudon. Dec. 17. Members of t)i louse of Lords who have firmly stood gainst the Irish home rule bill as lassed by the House 01 commons, were 11 consultation irith members of the government over night, it is under- toori, trying to arrange some sort of ompromise. it was asserwa wnay hat the virtual deadlock oeiween me wo houses of Parliament must Us omprowised or the bill would Vie lout nd home rule measure ot idh wouio utnmatieallv become a law as soon as Utincatton f the Turkish treaty for-( loally ends the war. Developments were awawa wivn uriositv. The nct'on of the llonse 01 .ords in amending the bill was tanta mount to rejection of the measure, irnl the insistence ot commons upon he original bill seems to have placed he fate of the legislation in the bu1- noe. Parliamentary writers ave Widely divergent statements in Lon- lon newspapers to-day as to wnat. taipht happen. Many members or tne upper Mouse f Parliament object to the provision f the bill for the council and Ire- und and oppose the clause providing hat if Ireland derlines to accept the form of government established by the measure, a crown colony government ill be imposed. Some writers de- lare, the irreconcilable peers will re edc from their position and that when he House of Lords meets to-morrow it ill liciir royal assent given the meas- 10 and see it piacea in m tisiuie sinks ns a law". I'liis orderly ending of the Jong ntuti i'-onssions ana ranirocuvm ui in- rival parties accoras m no way w'th assertions made in other quar- th, where it is said that the peers hoe votes carried the amendments the House of T.ords will absolutely efuse to accent the bill in the form o which it has been restored by ommons. CUT GURA HEALS lid PIMPLES Also Blackheads On Face. Scratched. Lost Rest.. " I had red pimples all over my face, and also blackheads. They were scattered ana I usea togetupatnightand scratch them, mey ncnea some- F thine awful. My face was covered and I was ashamed to to out. " I had these pimples for about three weeks when I began to oseCuticuraSoapandOintment.and I used five cakes of Cutlcura Soap and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment when I was healed." (Signed) B. Kabal kin. 204 Spring St., Fall $iver, Mass., May 1, 1919. These fragrant emollients are all you need for all toilet purposes. ImiIi Tfw T Sdtranr "Ctlnr taborswrlti, Csyt. a.aUldu.aUil." Sola wh.re.aop &e. OmtawntXaodMe. Talcum 26e. PJFCiiticara Scapahavaa without mug. CRIMES STIR NEW YORK CITY Three More Unsolved Mur der Mysteries Added to ' Long List HORSES INSTANTLY KILLED. Stepped on Live Wire in Jeffersonville, Which Storm Tore Down. Jeffersonville, Dec. 17. The team of work horses of Mr. Mossey were in stantly killed Tuesday when they came in contact with a live wire which had been torn down during the high wind storm, three breaks having occurred in the electric light wires. T. R. Libbey was driving home when liis horse was nearly overcome a he drove through the slush past a live wire near Hunt's mill. B. E. Melendy's school barge was turned over during the storm and M. S. Hawley'a twice as they were making the morning trips. Chicago's Negro Population Gained ( Fast Washington, P. C, Dec. lfl. The ne gro population of Chicago increased 05, 4!H in the last decade and now is 10!), 504, the census bureau announced to day. The percentage of increase was 14S.5. The total white population is 2, "8fl,104, an increase of 450,047 or 21 per cent, and all others number 3,-007. OUR HOLIDAY SHOE STORE Begins Saturday, December 18 Ends January 22. As a general custom shore stores do not advertise 'sales before Christmas, but this year is exceptional on ac count of the uncertainty of the shoe market. So if you wish to buy your Christmas and New Year's gifts at the lowest prices in footwear call at ' . ' JOHN CASABELLA'S SHOE SHOP 408 North Main St., Cor. of Blackwell St. AH Light Rubbers and Wool Hose at 10 Per Cent Discount. Ladies and Boys' Hose also at 10 Per Cent Discount. Men's One-Buckle ONE POLICEMAN SHOT TO DEATH Another Man's Body, Rid died With Bullets, Found on Street New York, Doc. 17. Throe unsolved murder mysteries one involving the theft of $100,000 in jewelry and one the slaying of a police lieutenant furnished more ammunition to-day for newspaper criticism of the police de partment. Most spcctaeular of the new and un solved crimes was the hold-up and murder yesterday afternoon in the heart of the Fifth avenue shopping district of Kdwiu X. Andrews, whole sale jeweler. Three bandits shot aud clubbed him to death, gagged and bound three men who entcrad the store while they were collecting their loot and sauntered leisurely out into the milling crowds on the avenue.. About midnight Police Lieutenant Floyd Horton was. mortally wounded by taxicab bandits at 14(ith street and Broadway when he leaped on the run ning board of their car in an effort to capture them. Before he died in a hospital he gasped out that the occu pants of the car, In addition to the chauffeur wore a man and a woman. The only other information he was able to furnish was the license num ber of the taxi which proved to have been faked. Almost at the same hour that Lieu tenant Horton received his death wound, the body of a well-dressed man about 35 years of age, was found bullet-riddled in 107th street. His as sasin or assassins had sent Ave bul lets into him and made their escape without leaving a tangible clue. Even the victim's name remained unknown. Besides these cases, the police still were grappling to-day with the dar ing daylight hold-up on. .Wednesday of four guests at the Astor hotel in the "Hoaring Forties" on Broadway. One of the three hold-up men was cap tured by guests, bit the other two es caped and the police so far have been unable to trace them or even glean information of value concerning them from their captured comrade. The Andrews murder and robbery,. coming in broad daylight, in a section which the police were specially guard ing and had posted as "unsafe" for rove's is the Genuine and Only Laxative Br onto Quinine tablets The first and original Cold and Grip tablet, the merit of which is recognized by all civilized nations. - Be careful to avoid Imitations. Be sure its Bromo The genuine bears this signature 30c. ROBBER KILLED AS HE FLED But He Succeeded in Giv ing Mortal Wound to Policeman WHO HAD TRIED TO BLOCK WAY criminals during the holiday season,' drew expression of alarm from the Sterling Silver Manufacturers' associ ation, to which Andrews belonged. The association drafted letters to Governor Smith and Mayor Hylan pro testing aguinst police inefficiency and hints were given out by some mem bers that a "vigilance committee'' might be formed unless greater Bafcty could be assured them. BOSTON BRAVES WILL TRAIN IN TEXAS Slain Robber Was One of Two Men Who Attempt ed Hold-up in Chicago Chicago, Dec. 17. One of two hold up men who attempted to rob the Home Drug company store on the busi est corner in Chicago, was chased through street crowds and killed by police in a gun battle just before mid night last night. Policeman Charles Conlon, who tried to head off the hold-up men, was fa tally wounded by the robber a moment before the latter was slain. The look out of the bandit pair escaped in the crowds just emerging from the the atres along Randolph street. Trescnce of mind of the girl cash ier of the drug store saved the money in the till. When confronted by the bandit she locked the cash drawer and then held up her hands. Policemen ...rnr;.J lm man while he was hold ing up a number of customers. Firing j as he ran lie started norm on street and encountered Conlon. An other officer ran up just as Conlon was shot, and killed the robber. CARD INDEXING VOTERS. BESS AND JESS HAVE PURCHASED DAD'S SUBSTANTIAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS i 1 . i .i-y-.-M. ,n Into a Day of Commercial Life Comes the Rp mance and the Thrill of True Christmas Buying And There Will Be No Barnstorming Tours Prior to Opening of Na tional League Season. Boston, Dec, 18. Galveston, Texas, will be the training ground for the Bos ton Braves next spring. Instead of barking the ball on the skin diamonds of small southern towns, the team will practice on the Texas league park at Galveston until a week or ten days before the National league season starts. The barnstorming tour of re-1 cent years has been abandoned and Breathe Hyorael for Two Minutes and . - -l l :.L .L- I Women Must Give Statistics in Massa chusetts. Boston. Dec. 16. In order that a de scriptive list may be had on tile, wom en in this city will be compelled to reg ister again if they wish to vote next year, according to a statement issued at the election department. The height and weight of all registrants will be entered. Owing to the short time avail able for regihtering for the recent elec tions women were only required to give their age. The additional details, elec tion officials said, are wanted to guard against improper voting. Banish Catarrh Yesterday was a record day of pleasure, delight and happi ness. Bess and Jess bought their Christmas gifts for dad bought them here. The girls breezed into the store early, with smiles on their faces, action and delight in every move they made. "We just feel like scream ing," exclaimed Bess,. "Every thing has worked out so de lightfully well we can't express the fullness of our pleasure. There wasn't a hitch. Show the schedule," and she turned to Jess for the detailed infor mation. The book with the figures was forthcoming, and this is the schedule as presented by Jess: From Aunt Lucia . , $.if).00 From Unde Harry 50.00 From Uncle Will 100.00 From Bess... 20.00 From Jess . 20.00 Total ,..$240.00 s Men's Four-Buckle Overshoes First quality, were t."i.00 and $..25, now $1.50 Men's 12-Inch Leather Tops and Swampers Were $l and $fi.o0,, now ............$5.25 '! $3.65 Men's Felt Shoes Were fl.00, now $3.29 Men's Wool Hose Were 65c and 76c, now. . 49c and 59c Misses' and Children's Red Felt Comfys - W ere 1. CO and ?2.2.", now $1.69 nJ $1.79 Overshoes Were $3.73, now $2.98 Men's Sheepskin Footings Were $2.2:., now $1.89 Ladies' Overshoes Were 4$ 50, now $3.49 Ladies' Felt Comfy Slippers were $2.50 and' $2.75, now.Jl.93 Ladies' Dress Shoes Black and Brown Were $8.00, now $6.98 Were $.75, now 5.g9 Were $6.50, now 5.49 MEN'S DRESS SHOES Men's Dress Shoes, were $10.00, now $7.98 Men's Dress Shoes, were $ 9.00, now 7.75 Men's Dress Shoes, were $ 8.50, now 7.49 Men's Dress Shoes, were $8.00, now 6.98 Men's Dress Shoes, were $ 7.50, now '. 6.49 Men's Dress Shoes, were $ 7.00, now 6.23 Men's Dress Shoes, were $ 6.50, now 5.79 Men's Dress Shoes, were $ 6.00, now 4.98 Boys' High-Cut Shoes J Boys' Dress Shoes Two straps. ( Were $5.50 and $, now. $ .gg Were $5 and $5.50. now Wjre $i M nw 9g ... ... $4.4- $3.98( WcH Bw ' Misses and Children's ! Men's Work Shoes $4.49 Were $0.50, now $5.29 re f.i.iirt, ncw 4 29 3.49 2.98 Ladies Oxfords and Tumps L98 Were $6 an ! ?5.30, now.3.98 POSLAM VITAL TO SUFFERERS FROM ECZEMA only a few games, possibly with the New iork Yankees, will be played on the trip north. The Braves have trained at Columbus, Ga., for the past two years. WILL PLAY IN BURLINGTON. New Hampshire State College Football Team Eas Oct. 22 ss Date. Durham, X. H., Dec 16 Xew Hamp shire college to-day completed with the exception of one date, the schedule for its football eleven next year by ar rangements for a game with the army i to le played at WeJ Point on Oct. 1. Other games on the list follow: Oct.;krx 8, Dartmouth at Hanover; Oct. 22, Vermont at Burlington; Oct. 20, Bates at Lewiston; Nov. ', Colby at Water ville or Portland; Nor. 12, Masachu- If you hmvt ericm. jrour prompt use ct P,.l.m m&v man all th different ' be tween emmeduii comfort and a lone period:,.... Aariciiltiiral college at Durham: of itching diitnrM. Tskj tn easy, plea- . .. , r t,n(.h.eter cr nt way to nulck relief. Apply Prlm "nl7 cross Bl .uancnedier or r-irht on th raw places that burn and itch. Haverhill, Max. i I t i I lt j , U .Win ia .rvv, V, mI reel uuiwh .... and iwcinrd. You irtll know then to what a hlrh state of efficiency this reliable rem edy ha Kern brought. Toalam is concen trated. Short treatment suffices for most minor troubles. SHd everywhere. For fre sample write to Emergency LaboratorUa, 243 Weat 47th St.. New York City. ...... Poai&m Snap, mHcaier n Pnalam. 'jiKSild be uaed if akin is tender and sen niuve. Adv. Centre College Turned Down Columbia. Xew York., Dee. lfl. Centre college has declined to play Columbia in foot ball here next autumn secause it al ready had arranged a game with Har vard and did not care to make another trip. Stuffed Up Head Will Go. If you want to set saia relief from ca tarrh, cold In the head or from an Irritat Inn cough In the horteat time, breathe rlyomei. It will clean sut your hrmi in two min- I utrt and allow you to breathe freely, awsvke or asleep, or money refunded. Hyomd should end a cold in one day, and relieve you of disgusting- snuffles, hawking, aplttinc and offensive breath in a week. Hyomei ia made chiefly front eucalyptus, a soothing, healing, germ-killing- antireptic, that coma from the eucalyptus foreata of nd Australia, where t-alarrh. aatnma other bronchial troubles are seldom iwwn. Hvomei ia Dleasant and easy to breathe. Just pour a few drop into the Hard Rub ber Inhaler, use as directed and relief is almost certain. A Complete Hyomei Outfit., including in- Kalr and one bottle of Hyomei, casts but little at the Red Croaa Pharmacy and drujr- eJt everywnce A1v "You see," broke in Bess, "we are $75.00 ahead of our ex pectations. Aunt Lucia trave $50.00 instead of the $25.00 we asked for, and Uncle Will, the good old dear, sent his check for $100.00 instead of for $50.00. And dad doesn't know, doesn't expect, what we've been up to. He looks for all the world as if he were going to receive an other ash tray," and the store rang with the laughter of the girls. Then we got busy, so did the girls, with the result as follows! Blue Serge Suit... $53.50 Hart, Schaffner fc Marx Overcoat 53.50 Fine Leather Bag 14.40 ' Velour Hat .5 Two Suits of Underwear 11.32 Three Shirts 6.87 Three Collars 1.00 One four-in-Hand Tie 1.20 Four pairs Stockings.... 4.28 . Sheep Lined Coat. . 33.00 Total $185.61 "You see," said Jess, "our fund amounts to $240.00 and we have purchased here gifts amounting to $185.61, which leaves us a balance of $54.29." "But," broke in Bess, "we really haven't but $4.29, The extra $50.00 that came from Uncle Will, you know, we're going to give to dad in money. We're gping to take a brand new $50.00 bill and place it in the vest pocket of the new vest and let dad find it there. Now, what will we do with the $4.29?" "Cigars," exclaimed Jess. "Let's make 'em good cigars," suggested Eddie Owens. And he and Moore contribut ed to the cigar fund by two dol lars each and Bess and Jess started for the tobacconist. Now, girls, get the Bess and Jess spirit of giving practical things for Christmas. It isn't necessary to go in as exten sively as Bess and Jess, but what you buy for the male members of the family and for the fellow whose name, sooner or later, you expect to confis cate, let it be the useful, prac tical things men like. By the by, at Quick Money Sale prices Bess and Jess saved on the purchases they made $43.34. Do likewise, girls, save and give the right way. MOORE & OWENS Barre's Leading Clolhlers 122 N. Main St. Tel. 275-M Ends indteestfon It relieves stomach misery, sour stom ach, belching and all stomach disease or rxoney back. Large box of tablets a all druggist in aU towns. , ....... .a. AAAAAAAAAaAaaaaaaaa 4 w e v -wv--v-v'-.---- - - - - : x t a5SLf ate Shoes Were $5.00, now. Were ft.50, now. Were $4.0i, now. Were $3.50, now. Were $2.50, now. I The N. D. PJicIps Co., las Table Lamps, Grills and Toasters We handle the EDEN washing machine, Apex Cleaner, and have a nice line of Table Lamps the latest patterns, Electric Flat Irons, Grills, Toasters, Heating Pads, etc. We are in shape to do your house wiring, shed wiring and anything in that line. We have in stock 3 and 5 h. p. motors. We also repair all kinds of electric motors at reasonable prices. We alw sell the Magnetic Heater for heat ing air for surface cutters. Bryan Marsh Lamps of all sizes, dive us a ca!l and we will try and please you. The Cushman Company Barre, Vermont liEImSU Phone 203-R. X it ; Christmas All m num Special We offer this Aluminum Ware, purchased for a Christmas Sale, at a 20 Per Cent Discount during the remainder of this week. DOUBLE BOILERS Regular Price $2.00 Sale Price $1.60 PERCOLATORS Regular Price $2.70 Sale Price $2.16 TEA KETTLES Regular price $4.40 Sale Price $3.52 TEA POTS Regular Prices $2.55 and $2.10 ale Trices $2.04 and $1.6S I J !! I : AMERICAN MARRIES VISCOUNT. Eleanor May Guggenheim the Bride of Viscount Stuart. London, Dec. 18. Viscount Stuart, son and heir of the siith Karl of Cas tle Stewart, and Miss F.leanor Majr Guggenheim, daughter of Solomon R. Guggenheim of Xew York City, were married here to-day. Big Strike in Mexico Averted. Mexico City, Dec. 16. A general strike of railway telegraphers and sta tion agents called yesterday has been averted. Several demands were grant ed and others submitted to arbitration. BOHEMIAN TOWN IN UPROAR. Troops and Strikers Clashed; Six of Latter Killed. Prsgue, Dec. 15. Martial law has been declared at Bruex, a town in Bo hemia, 14 miles north of Saats, by tbj Cxeeho-Slovakian government, in eon sequence of a clash between troops and strikers, during which six workmen were killed and 15 wounded. ., To Stop a Cough Quick take HAYES HEALING HOXEY. It Stops the Tickle, Heals the Throat and Cures the Cough. lriee 35c. A free box o.f GROVE'S O-rEX TRATE SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and Croup is enclosed with every bottle. Adv. ! Santa Olaus Headquarters I MEASURING CUPS Regular Prices, 20c, 15c, 12c; Sale Prices, 16c, 12c, 10c. i, o Phone 28 Barre for Holiday Boxes and sfaUstatfaf-arMr f r) Sl a"f f SIO will please yourself and please us. All our Candies are strictly fresh. Special Prices on Candies Until After Christmas SUPERIOR HOME-MADE CHRISTMAS CANDY, per lb 35c AMERICAN MIXTURE, per It) 40c SPECIAL MIXTURE, per lb 49c ASSORTED CREAM CHOCOLATES, per lb 49c PEANUT BRITTLE, per lb 39c BUTTER ALMONDS, per lb 85c any many more which you will see in our store. Agency for Apollo, Charter, Maple Grove, Whitman's and Durand's In plain and fancy boxes, from 75c to $8.00 Alsb a full line of Lovell & Corel's in Christmas boxes. Also a full line of Charter Bulk Chocolates. Come in and let us show you the largest line of Box and Bulk Candies in the city. Don't forget our Hot Chocolate and Ice Cream. Best in town. Calendars to our customers. Barre Candy Kitchen, Inc. 1 4