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THE 1JARRE DAILY TIMKS, BA11RE, VT., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1921.
DANIEL HEALY , ALSO FREED Of Charge of Shooting One of 14 Officers Killed in Dublin Biliousness Lowers your spirits, dulls you" brain, causes constipation, hU a headache, ami makra you feel mis erable. Clean up your liver; tulco Hood's Pills Mide by C. I, Hood Co., Lowell, !- THREE OTHERS FREED OF MANSLAUGHTER But Court Reserved Judg ment on Alternative Charge of Murder Dublin, Feb. l.r-Daniel Healy, one of the four men tried by a court martial for the shooting of one of the 14 offi cers killed in this city Nov. 21, was ac quitted and discharged lust night. The other three, Frank Teeling; ' William Conway and Edward Potter, were ac quitted of manslaughter yesterday, but the court reserved judgment on the al ternative charge of murder. ANOTHER MURDER. Captain King's Wife Slain and the Offi cer Wounded. Belfast, Feb. 1. Captain King, dis trict inspector, was seriously wounded, and his wife was phot dead last night near 'the Mallow railroad station in County Cork. WILMINGTON DOCTOR ACCUSED. Dr. Stephen F. Downs Pleaded Not Guilty and Will Fight Case. BrattleUoro, Feb. 1. Dr. Stephen F. Dunn, for the past IS years a success ful medical practitioner in Wilming ton, was brought liee by Constable L. C. Bellows of Wilmington and was ar raigned before Judge A. K. Cudworth In the municipal court at 2 o'clock yes larday on complaint issued by State's Attorney K. W. Gibson, charging Itiin with attempting to perform an illegal operation upon Mary Jane Mitchell. Attorney II. Btirber appeared for pr. Dunn and waived the right to trial in Wilmington, and it w:t ordered that trial be held in Brattlebtwo. Attorney Barber then entered for Dr. Dunn a sr , Me Shaving a Pleasure With Maura Talcum After shavins with Cuticura Soap the Cuticura way, Cuticura Talcum is ao In dispensable adjunct. Antiseptic and pro phylactic, it is soothing and refreshing to the most tender skin. Bu.pl. SmB 7rwKU. AHdpm: "CBtor Soap 23c. Omtraenf ioaml&Oe. TtlaunlM. ggSgrXuticura Soap eliae wiUumt-mug. ARMED BANDIT PUT TO FLIGHT When Salem Storekeeper Threw Up His Foot In stead of His Hands WOULD-BE ROBBER KNOCKED DOWN Storekeeper Went Into Store to Get Gun and Bandit Got Ud and Fled plea of not guilty and waived exami nation. Judge Cudworth bound the respond ent over to Windham county court for trial and fixed bail at $1,000. which l)r Dunn furnished, Fred E. Wood of Wilmington becoming surety for him. In a statement to the court State' Attorney Gibson said that he had known Dr. Dunn many yean and that he disliked very much to prefer the I charge, against him. He said that be j fore doing so he not only insisted that ! be be furnished an aflidavit from Mrs. ;Mil(ln'U but al-o sent u detective cm ' ployed by the state, with the consent icf "the Attorney general, to look into the matter and that the detective, 'thought there ought to be a proseeu Ition. Both State's Attorney Gibson jsnd Attorney Barber assured he court ! that there would be no attempt on the ! prt of Dr. Dunn to leave the state. I Attorney Barber says that the affi davit was secured by Attorney K. S. (Jones of Wilmington and that he and ! Dr. Dunn had had some differences. He declares that Dr. Dunn is not guilty :and that there will be some interesting developments before the case is finished. Snlem, Mass., Feb. 1. Throwing up his foot when ordered to put up his hands, Pierre S. M. C.audette, sent an armed bandit sprawling into a gutter of Lafayette street last night. Gau (lette then rushed into his store which he had just left to get a gun. When he returned the highwayman had vanished. II WW. KIDNEY REMEDY In One MonthTruit-a-tives" Gave Complete Relief 658 First Ave., Teoy, N. Y 'I havo been a great sufferer for years with Kidney Trouble and Constipation. I tried 'Fruit-a tlves' about a month ago, and with almost immediate results. The Kidney Trouble has disappeared and the Constipation is fast leaving; me". IIENRY DATER. Fruit a tives', or Fruit Liver Tablets, the medicine made from fruit juices and valuable Ionics, is doing a wonderful work La bringing health to sick people, GOc. a box, 6 for $2.60, trial size 25c. Atdcalersor from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited OGDEN'SBURG. N. Y. ST. ALBANS MAN PROMOTED. F. A. Dougherty, with C. V. Ry. Sev eral Years, Sent to New York. St, Albans, Feb. 1. The Central Ver mont Railway company has announced the appointment of F. A. Dougherty, joint agent at Hurtington for the Rut land Kailway companies to be marine superintendent of the Central Vermont Transportation company at Pier 29, Fast Hiver, N. Y. This is a promo tion for Mr. Dougherty, who will have charge of the freight boats and of the piers at both New York and New Lon don, Conn. Mr. Dougherty, who is a former St. Albans boy, began service with the Central Vermont several years ago. He iv atrent at Swanton, had charge of j the Italy yard in this city, and had 1 been at different stations on the Cen tral Vermont line. His successor as joint agent at Burlington has not been announced. ROBINSON GOT DECISION ONE TIME VERMONTER. H. M. Mott, Who Died in Syracuse, Referee in Bankruptcy in Franklin Co. St, Albans, Feb. 1. Xew has been received of the death of Hiram M. Mott Saturday afternoon at his home in Syracuse, N. Y. The cause of death was apoplexy. He is survived by his wife and a son, Walter Mott. Mr. Mott when a young man was a supervisor of School in New York state. He came to this city several years ago and studied law and was ad mitted to the Vermont bar. He was the first referee in bankruptcy in in Franklin county. Mr. Mott was ac tive in the founding of the Franklin C'cintv Gazette. From this city he went to Syracuse, where at the time of his death he was brief maker for a large legal firm. NOVA SCOTIA LAYS IN STORE Drinking Men Imported Great Cargo of Liquor Prior to Dry Regime 18,000 CASES CAME ON ONE STEAMER Customs Officials Had a Record Day's Business Halifax, X. 8., Feb. 1. Nova Scotia's drinking men took "a stitch in time" and are smiling to-day despite the fact that the order in council prohibiting importation of liquors into the province became effective last midnight. Steamships which arrived just before the zero hour brought hundreds of cases of intoxicants and consignees hastened to claim shipments to prevent their confiscation by temperance act inspec tors. Customs officials had a record day, issuing customary papers for disposal of a final shipment of 18,000 cases which were brought front Glasgow aboard the steamship Canadian Run- Says Over McCarron in 10-Round Bout at Worcester, Mass. Worcester, Mass., Feb. 1 George Robinson of Cambridge was K'ven the decision over Jack McCarron of Scran ton, pa., in a 10-round bout here last night. Robinson weighed ltffl and Mc Carron I'M). AUSTRIA SELLS PAINTING. Partly to Get Money for Her Depleted Treasury. Vienna. Jan. 31. The painting en titled "Reichstag," a canvas by the Pole. Matejko. has been old to the Polish government by Austria, not primarily to bring some money into the Austrian treasury but to satisfy Polish national pride. It pictures the scene' In Warsaw, in 176'i, when the Poles, under the force of Riisoian pressure, renounced their right to have tlien own raruamem. fifwjrjt? xj'ry' Sh AIa tX m W$ rA-. - u My -i --------- M if lfSsri Q H$ M nM Open a package. No ffeiwa "..St5? tice how fresh they are. l!llftiVVI "Moisture-proof wrap- '?f per does it. fc4AWjf ir? I 'J Light up. Prerty smooth U i:iS3 what? And miU, tool 0 Now get that flavor! i. tf''kmtS I I Real Turkish blended VSvl with Burley and other VlujAjX' j dioice tobaccos. - I 20 for 20c in ir-t:ght pack age. Alaoobttun ble in round tins otSC, vacuum-aealcd. 4.V Do they satisfy Oh Boy! And the blend can't be copied. Ytm iBESfc tsr a gkssSgrfMdgJgf see! JAZZ DEAD IN LONDON, One of the Foremost English Authorities on Dancing. London, Feb. 1. The "jaz" is dead in London, says P. J. 8. Richardson, one of the foremost English authorities on dancing. He declares that no ,-new" dances will be popularized this year, but the foxtrot, onestep and tango, which, have held international interest for two or three seasons, will be ktand ardized. f'I'reviously those taught the same dances by "different teachers found themselves hoplessly at sea when they tried to dance together," he said. ''Through standardization, on which the majority of dancing instructors in Lon don have now agreed, a common frame work in the steps will be insured with out eliminating all chance of introduc ing individual variations. Freakish and eccentric 'light gymnastic' such as ex aggerated forms ol jaxz are rapid'? passing out." KORTH MOSTPELIER j Mrs, Charles Stoddard was home over Sunday from her work in Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin have gone to Harry Bliss' "for the rest of the winter, Mr. and Mr. Bert Brittnn of Calais were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley benjamin Sunday. r f':A..rr iwiii.m a nH Veru Iteti- jamin were at Goddard seminary last Saturday to attend Uie lyceutn enter tainment. Miss Margaret MclX-nald is doing the work in the Little b.iarding house. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lane of Hard wick have moved to her father's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Coburn were the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Co burn Sunday. Mrs. Fred Little is gaining but has had a bad time with her throat. Charles Nye, Mrs. C. M. Clark and Bertha Johnson are all sick. Miss Irene Mayo of Kust Montpel ier is working for Mrs. Harry Cohurn. George Jtaniels' sawmill was de stroyed bv fire last Friday night. Mrs. Kuth Pwimll spent Sunday with her people, Mr. and Mrs. El. Tit- Guv Raymond went to Burlington to tlv ii"pital Monday, for treatment. Wal'er flowen is'iu Massachusetts on business. Mr. and Mrs. George McKnight were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Lam plicre lt Sunday. - The Red Cross nurse clas meets with Mrs. C T. Spaulding Tnursday afternoon, ... , , Gerald Holmes ha finished work for Ralph Parker. Eva Persons went to Barre City hos pital last Tuesday for the removal of tonsils and adenoids. She is doing finely. WEST HEREIN Coughs and Golds That "Hang On" A Real Menace to Everybody How to Get Rid ot Them If you can not get rid of your cough or c o I d, if In snite of what vou are doinul for it, it at ill hangs on, you are in very real danzer. The longer vnu liftvA this irritating eougb or long-standing cold, the more your resisting power is low ered and the greater need for a whole some food tonic, You will find the strength-giving re sistance power to get rid of that cold or cough In Father John's Medicine. It soothes and heals the breathing pas sages, drives off impurities and actual ly re builds wasted flesh and strength. Yod can give Father John's Medi cine to any member of your family with entire safety because it is guar anteed free from alcohol or dangerous drugs in any form whatever. Adv. ! EAT LESS MEAT IF BACK HURTS Take a Glass of Salts to Flush Kid neys If Bladder Bothers You. Mrs. Evelyn Hill, who bas been very ill for some time, is still quite fee- II. A. Ptockwcll from Tutnamsville was here Sunday. The ladies' aid will meet with Miss Avers net Thursday afternoon from 2 to 4. The president hopes there will be a good attendance. C. A. Patterson, who has been hav ing quite serious trouble with his eyes the past week or more, is reported to be more comfnrlaMe. Miss Helen Glines has returned to riitnamville. Freddie Parsons and two of his sis ter lat week visited their father, Georee Parson, who is very sick at his old hm in this plnce. Mr.. F. B. Toiler Is very much bet ter frrm her illness. The child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cam eron, which was reported quite ill last wei-k, is reported better. TVSBRIDGE Mr F. TT. Itsvward returned to S..niri;ie. !.. 'Sunday. Miss Itrba M. Trill, trained nur-c. ill rke up the care r.f Mrs. Ordway, relinquished by M'. Hsrd. ,. S,.,;t T iwer. w1i wM hi farm in the southern part of the town M.me e;k o. I.a urcha?eil i-f J. R- tl,f .r.perty in N.rth Tiinbridie wlii'-b Jie latter vsiatrd Int full. Mr. Tower plans to remove to his new home alut .Aprd He eniei'.: inm-r.t prepared largely bv t!ie taeheri- and pupiU of the ton ,'h,..i nd prcnted at th l"n hsii Kiidar rtrn:ne. undiT the piers ot the locsil f! t r. a dcci,iet u -e-s. The irt ,on- U smuLitrted t" wki. h : appro rte! to the Nrsr ! a-t rr.ief. t vr'r- jr!' m. fs(her f Mr. P. . ' r . a takl to tbe IUi".b-'p ntjr.um Jab. -J fvr trcalnn.. Eating meat regularly eve Anally produces kidney trouble iu some form or other, say's a well known authority, because the uric acid in meat excites the kidneys, they become overworked; get sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of distress, particularly backache and misery in the kidney region; rheu matic twinges, severe headaches, acid stomach, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and urinary irri tation. The moment your back hurts or kid neys aren't acting right, or if bladder bothers you, pet about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good pharmacy; take a tablespoor.ful in a glass of wa ter before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemcin juice, com bined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activ ity; also to neutralise the acids iu the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts csnnot iniure anyone; makes a delightful effervescent lithia water drink which millions of men and women take now and thn to keep the kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding serious kidney disease. Adv. In These Crisp Cool, and Pleasant Days A satisfaction is found in wearing clothes of comfort, clothes that fit and clothes that have the style. It is a further satisfaction to know that these clothes Suit or Overcoat were purchased at the new low price a somewhat gleeful satisfaction to feel that you have deprived the dealer of his profit. In other words, you have the feeling that you have "put one over" on him, and that will be the case if you buy now at the new low price. Overcoats and Suits now selling at $39.50 They were $50.00 and $52.50. Open Monday Evenings as Usual. Moore & Owens Barres Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street Tel. 275-M SABBATH MADE FOR MAN. Not Man for Sabbath, Say Dutch Op ponents of Blue Sunday. The Hague, Feb. 1. An indictment of "blue Sunday" advocates was re turned in the report of a committee of the second chamber of the Dutch Par liament on a bill proposing to forbid amtioenients, curtail train service, etc., on Sundays. ''The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath." said the re port, killing the bill. "The closing of the theatres and the prohibition of games would lead many to seek amuse ment in a less innocent war. The re duction of passenecr traffic on Sun days would prevent people who were shut up in rlose homes and narrow streets all the week from enjoying fresh air and nature on the Sabbath." iaSE39EBE SKIN RELIEF AWAITS YOO IN POSLAM The mora tntmsrlT suffered from imtatH. itrhuur skin, the mors you will apprit the rrlief that eem when Porlsm k applied. Bnothln, ootm. Pri fytnu. now that jrou KNOW, you will never be without It shouia tn neea nn. i Try Pwhun for any Fml breaklng-out, I for rlearuie Inflamed eomplestons or red I nn.es. for Soalp-Valr. any form of E-trma. . - n t..W 1fcH TtnwL ltrhin Feet, to dries a war all eruption! tmublas be- fore they spmw ana n . . L IT - umnla m . lUP &ia evrrywrirrw. 1 ' - ' - - ---- to Emerrnry laboratories, 2! W sit 4,Xh 8U. New York City. Poslam Boap u aauy irewt v wnwi skua. Contstna I'oalam. Ad. CHANCE TO FLY. Government Wants 500 Men to Enter the Service. A chance for 500 young men to learn how to flv an airplane will soon be offered by" the war department. This opportunity is extended to all civilian between the ages of 20 and 27 who have a high school education or' its equivalent and who desire to master sll phases of military aeronautics. will be known s flying cadets and will be sent to the air service school at March Item, ruver side, Cal., or to Carlstrom field. Ar cadia, Ha., where their course of in struction will begin. The primarv instruction in theory and the art of flying at these fields will rover a period of approximately four months. The sdvanced training, which consists of course in pursuit, bombing and observation will occupy approximate!? six months. three months of which are spent with a serv ice squadron. These latter courses are given at Rockwell field, San TOego, Cal.. Fllincton field. Houston. Tenn., and post field, f ort Mil, WKtanom. i -new class, to which the 500 successful spplicants will be attached, begins is studies on March 1. Upon the completion of this course the student is commissioned a second lieutenant in the air service reserve corps and discharged. Young men who desire and who are interested in this course can make their applications di rect to the director of air service or can secure fuller information by apply ing to the nearest recruiting officer. The courses are open to unmarried men onlv. Cadets will be paid 75 a month while learninc and receive a ra tion allowance of l a day together with quarters, all clothing and equip ment, medical and dental attention. In discussing the opportunity offered bv this new course. Major General re fer C. Harris, the adjutant general of the armv, says: "The importance of air transporta tion not only from a tnilitarv but from a commercial point of view is now universally admitted, ine op portunity for young men to- make a study of aeronautics does not frequent ly present itself in civilian life and ' even in the air service there are only ' a limited numlter of young men who can avail themselves of the intensive courses offered. To enroll in this corps of flying cadets a special physical ex amination is necessary and the edu cational requirements are such' as to assure a high type of young men." NEW YORK CLUB MAN MAKES DISCOVERY i . A well-known New Yorker writes: "While visiting in historic old Plym outh (Mass. my family became ac quainted with your Dr. Trues Elixir. It. does all you claim for it in aiding digestion and relieving insomnia and constipation. Please ship me six large size bottles for mother is in need of it." Wm. I. Ralph. Thousands iwd to aid digestion and so li constipation tak Dr. True'. Elixir and know what a rood laxative and worm expel ler is. Symptoms ot Worms: Constipation, ar ranred atomarh. swollen upper Hp. offen sive breath, hard and full belly, with pains, pale face, eyes heavy and dull, twitchinc eyelids, itehln of the son and return, .hart dry couch, frindinv of tha teeth, lit tle red points an the toiurue, starting dur in sleep, slow fever. If you have any of these symptoms, ban fell them for aood by taking DR. TRUE 3 ELIXIR. Over at years on the market. Adv. TOO TIRED TO WORK? If you get up In the) morning tired. If you weary with little exertion and if rim and go art) lacking, depend upon it that your river is torpid- One) doeeof Schenck'a Mandrake Pilla wtll "waka up" tha,t lazy liver and maka you feel like new. Schenck't Man drake Pilla are worth a trial tonight. tfte aer baa .nceatsa ee sugar seated Dr. J. H. Schenck 6 Son. Phila. AdT CATARRHAL DEAFNESS MAY BE OVERCOME H. M. FARINHAM Sales and Exchange Stables If you have Catarrhal Deafneee or twad and ear now- er are growina Iu rJ ef kc-rtnc o to your irui k,l and ret 1 , ounr of Parmlnt fdoubl atrenrW. and add to it V pint f h watrr ana a ..uie rraauUSsd aurar. Take 1 UbleapooaiuJ ' four time, a day. ...... I Th will often brln iuwk reli.-f fiim the ditrin head aaiaea. Clocxed -trfts ahnuld open, hreaihinr become e.y and the mucus atop droppin inta the thrrat. It is easy to prepare, nu little and la plrant to take Anyone who has Ca tarrhal Deafnraa or head noes should ie this prescription a trial. Adv. Montpelier, Vt. ft mr-i . a m rSl1 BANISHED pimplofl, Llotchea.j sores, humors, and eruptions, by taking Dr. Fierce 's Golden ; tX I Medical Discovery.! ...lFor a poor com plexion, and for the poor blooI that' causes it, this is a proved remedy. j In dij-o.'ie or di ordor of the kin or , FcaJp, in trouble that comes from , impure blood, the Discovery " , is the medicine to take. i Soroful.i, Ixzema. Te tter, Fslt- ; rheum. Boils, Carbuncles and kindred ailments are eradicated. Send 1(V to Dr. Pir-rce' Iirali V Htel, Buffalo. X. Y., for trial package uf tLe Tablets. 2? Thursday, Feb. 3rd, will hffv-e carload of Ohio horses go on sale. This is a good load of horses. Most of them were bought right out of harness. This makes them good broke and ready for hard work. They are all weights. Have some fancy matched pairs, consisting of red roans, black roans, grays, chestnuts, blacks, bays and browns.. If you need horses for spring use now is the time to buy. They will surely be higher in the west from now on. Remember, we take horses in exchange. Friday, Feb. 4, for our auction we hope to get a good number of second-hand horses. If you have horses to sell bring them in. Will get the high dollar for them. People looking for second-hand horses will do well to attend this sale. Remember, auction every week Friday. Always plenty of harness, collars, blankets, etc on hand. IM