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THE IURIIE DAILY- TIMES. lUItllE, VT.. SATURDAY, MARCH 10,, 1921.
It Costs Ffive.Ce or $1.50 per month for helpful med ical treatment If you take Hood's , Barsaparllla, known In thousands cf home as the test reconstruc tlve tonic. For nearly half a cen tury this good medicine has stood in a class by Itself in curative pow er and economy. Hood's Sersapa rllla gives more for the money than any other. It tones up the Hood's Sarsaparilla is PECULIAR TO ITSELF IN NOT ARRESTED BUT JUST HELD Roland R. Porthier, For merly Sergeant Bugler in U. S. Army AUTHORITIES WILL NOT TALK OF CASE Porthier Is Held In Connec tion With Death of Major Cronkhite in 1918 Providence, R. I., March 19. Roland R. Porthier, formerly a sergeant bugler Jn 'the United States army, is held here by department of justice agents in connection with the death of Major Cronkhite, son of Major General Adel bcrt CronVhite at Camp Lewis, Wash ington, in Otobcr, 1018. Porthier is iwt technically under arrest and the officials here absolutely refus to say anything shout the case. NEW ATTACK ON LONDON Was Made on Night Life of Great City By Salvation Army. London. March 1.0. Two hundred picked troops'' of the Salvation Army, headed by a bra band, mode an attack on London nipht life recently. The forces gathered in Rcjjent street nhrt!y before midnight and appeared suddenly in Piccadilly circus, surprising the crowd in the cafes and other places of pmusement . Without warning the' strains of Shall We Gather at the River!" burst upon the ears of the revelers and the tafe devotees. Pedestrian traffic practi cally stopped while the marchers passed up '.Shaftsbury avenue into Leicester square, thence to Charing cross. When the battalion reached Leices ter bejuare, four young women in furs, (.ilk ttockings and Piccadilly complex Jons brought up the rear of the column. "Things have been in a very -bad way here for some time pat," said Com missioner Cox, who led the attack. An outcry has gone, up that nobody Ss doing anything in behalf of the joung women and girls who are found T) T T "V" gv or- wwm-wm TiJORE Buicks are in use today than 1V1 any other automobile with one exception. There is just one reason BuicK fulfills its promises. But do not decide on this evidence alone. Let us demonstrate with a beautiful new 1921 model. Experience for yourself the physical satisfaction in the comfort, roominess, beauty and refinements of these new models; the mental satisfac tion in the absolute Buick dependability. A nation-wide Authorized Buick Service is constantly alert to serve Buick owners. Since January en all models H. WON BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUCK. WUL BUILD THEM Only mts a Pay whole system, creates an appetite, promotes assimilation, so as to se cure for you 100 per cent, of the nutrition In your food. More than this, it purifies and en riches the blood, eliminates poison ous matter after diphtheria, scarlet and typhoid fevers, eradicates scrofula and catarrh, relieves rheu matism, overcomes that tired feel ing and makes thte weak strong. EFFICIENCY AflD ECONOMY. TROUBLED WITH AlsoPimpIes. HairThinand Fell Out. Cuticura Heals. "After an attack of typhoid fever, plmplea and dandruff appeared oa my scalp and caused it to itch. My hair became thin and constantly fell and combed out, and the dandruff scaled off and could be teen on my clothing. "The trouble lasted three or four years. I tried remedies but found no cure In them. I began using Cuti cura Soap and Ointment and after I bad used two boxes of Cuticura Oint ment with the Cuticura Soap I was healed." (Signed) Thomas A. Maguire,16Lamson St. .East Boston, Mass., July 9, 1920. Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum for all toilet purposes. ! lukrr7aUU. AMrMa:"0tlnrLk retort... Pcpt. I. Mtldca il, Maf." Sold cvnr whrra. Sotpra. Oitnntii60e. Ticai24e. tyjlTTi-' Soap tfaarat without mug. on the streets nightly in greater num bers. "Why there should be so many mere children on the streets it is difficult to say, but probably the war has had a great deal to do wlh it. It gave them a taste, not for wickedness, but for "life" as they understand it. They want too much dancing and pleasure and that very often leads to sorrow." No Age Limit on Marriage. One fortunate family is the proud possessor of a chicken yard filled with nice, fat chickens, and one Sunday not long ago was enjoying the fruits of la bor in the shape of chicken and dump lings. . Alva May, who has just entered school, was the fortunate one in draw ing the "wishbone," and she and 11-year-old Charles "pulled" it. He got the shorter piece. In the heated discussion ss to which would be married first five-year-old Ipuse piped up with, "I don't intend to marry any one ever," to which Charles replied. "That's all right Louise, that's what. I thought when I was your, age, too." And in the general laughter that followed it was decided that Charles must he in love, and that age has nothing to do with changing one's mind on that subject. Indianapolis Newt. 1 , regular equipment includes Cord Tires G. BENNETT Barre. Vt. ROYALTY SAW A KNOCKOUT Carpentier Showed How He Settled With Battling Levinsky LENARIS' VICTIM OF REPRODUCTION Later King George and Queen Mary Wished Carpentier Luck Liverpool, March lfl.King George, Queen Mary, the prince of Wales, Hugh C. Wallace, American ambassador to France, and other distinguished guests of the earl of Derby, were given a re production last night of the later rounds of the Carpentier-Battling Le vinsky boxing contest, which was fought in Jersey City last October. Car pentier appeared with Lenaris, his Bel gian sparring partner, at Knowsley hall, near' here, where tha earl of Derby is entertaining a house party for a few days. s The two men entered 16-foot ring and boxed two rounds and then they reproduced the Levinsky fight, Lenaris being knocked out with a smashing blow to the jaw. Later George Qeorgc and Queen Mary shook hands with Car pentier and the king wished him good luck in his coining light for the world's championship with Jack Dempsey BASEBALL RANKS BEING CLOSED UP John I. Sullivan, Hard-Hitting Out fielder, Has Joined the Braves at Galveston. Boston, March 19. Arrival of John L. Sullivan, heavy-hitting outfielder, completed the roster of the Braves at the training camp of the Boston Na tionals, advices received from Galves ton said to day. President Grant and Manager Mitchell are reported as "at ease" for they have "every man ex pected on hand." Just how good the Braves are now should be shown in their exhibition fames to-day and to-morrow with the Beaumont, Tex., team, it was stated. Boston, March 19. The Boston Red Sox of the American league are to clash with the Pittsburgh Pirates of the Na tional league to-day, uie? sages from Hot Springs said this morning, and Boston baseball tacticians with the team are planning to send two experi enced pitchers into the game to "insure victory." Arrival of Colonel Jaenb Rnp pert, part owner of the Yankees, at the same hotel where 11. H. Fraee is quar tered, started rumors to-day that a "deal was on" between the two men. but Frazee is quoted as sajing: "There will 1; no more ical with the Yankees. Too many sharp things have been said about the transactions I have made with that club, so I have decided to do my trading elsewhere in the future." MM TOOK PHYSIC EVERY NIGHT Then She Heard of TRUIT-A.T1VES" and Cured Herself of Constipation t - fcV w ft KWSfi' if MRS. JOHN CAPOZZI Ashford, New York. "I feel it my duty to tell you what Fruit-a-tives' or Fruit Lfver Tablets did for me. I tried several kinds of physio for over three years ; and, of course, while I took It every night my bowels would move ; but as soon as I stopped taking physic, I would be constipated vai would have Tiles terribly. I heard of Fruit-a-tives'anil bought one box and took them. Now I am not troubled any more with Constipation and no more Piles. Fruit-a-tives' did for mo what no other medicine ever did ; they left no after-effects, and now I do not have to use physic. I recommend 'Fruit-a-Mves' to all my friends". Sirs. JOHN CAPOZZI. 60o. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25o. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. GERMAN STUDENTS RESORT TO DUELLING Clashing of Swords as Popular at Hei dleberg as in the Days of Old. Heidelberg, Germany, March 19. Sword duelling in the University of Heidelberg is as popular and as com mon to-day as it was more than 500 ears ago, when this oldest of German schools was founded. Virtually every student who has passed the first year wears a sword scar on the left side of his chin or the left cheek, or a band aged head which advertises that the scar is in the mending. Duel do nut always arise from an ger or quarrels, but out of the neces sity of providing the students with the diploma of sword prowess, or to give him sword practice which affords the students great delight. They are some time arranged, like a boxing bout, by fraternities which have developed cer tain differences of opinion. Five round duels are popular. "Surgeons Maud by to sew up the wounds atter each round, which usual ly last s minute," said a lleidellierg man, who wore a deep scar in his chin. "If neither tudent is badly dam aged the fight will go the full nuai her of rounds decided upon, alter which the stitches the surgeons lme taken will be counted and the man with the fewest stitches will be declared the winner. "Should, st any time during the en- county, a combatant dodge a sword stroke his opponent is immediately de clared winner. That is the unfurRiv- thing in the students duelling code to dodge a stroke. Lxerpt infrequent combats between oliler students, when heavy swords are used, duellintr in Heidelberg is not dan gerous. The heads and necks of the tighter, and the abdomen, are protect- by leather guards. 'iimp of the favorite duelling places nre ancient cafes and beer runrns, the floors ot which are always entered with mid the wll lined with hiice mui? and huni? with enirra inirs, old picture.. and trophies of the fight. Thr-e places are sacred to stuoenin anil it would be serioii-" offense againr cutm of half a thousand vears for a stranger o wander in and sit down in some toried ehsir. The university is still a law- unit it- elf, and the civil authorities of the tow n of Heidelberg never, "under mv pretext, interfere in student affair. uni.-hment i administered to refrac- t ory students by university authori The univprsitv "inil" is now- in t ie the top story of the hiiildinp. It is a iistom tor the stunent eonnned in me of the.e cells to leave his name snd the date of his im prisoiirucnt writ fen on the walls. THE "YANKEE TWANG." Due to Nasalization, Not "Laziness of the Jaw." Ir. Fupene Howe, profec-nr of hy rieti at Wellesley ctillege, Maachu hetts, h startled bis clss of girls. we are t'ld bv telling tlieni that New KncUnd's traditional "VanUee twnc" . 4-ie nm.llv tt lsfili 'if tlie ilw i mlier unr4 to an llTiilin!Mr i failure to let the lower jaw full rnouch ,' artieultUicn. J The explanation is rot rpn!e,l ar ' J mnd bv silthoritie in this Hiimtrr.U Uaniel .I-ine. reader in phonetic r I lie fniverMtv of Jyotiii -n. tleer :lwt it. -w recnttive of the t!.erver S'ke, hi. 1 i-pitimn. il.ired. i The '"Yar.kc- tisan;." he il. pa"lv due to nasalization il tTerenf way of u-ine the .,ft or Inn'!- r pari of the palate. It i psnl;. in !.l-i to a ivrtain v Yankee lot .f nitline tif the fu of hi tongue when ning the letter ' K"; and par!v rin to a different kind of ri-e anl fail of the loi'-r. There. aid Mr. .T..ii-. a-e t, !t,re train mn- ff the "nliif tn-."" There a--1r. are others of a - -iiiitr r'nr For io'taneo. te Yir.ke rro noiltvee te Jet'er "O" nw itHT In a word We "io" r4 d.'T-nilr n a i-r.rd 1 V "l .nr "- To a-TiVx- ! !' rf tSe trtf In anr fa li-e f f t- 5 ' a aVtiH a vwr . 'V 't.-r K- m rr mn T.r, 7 V r n" war ..f i m X' i. -. : . j . . ' Z lie cl.aiate. Lcndo Ober. V V V MACHINE GUNS FOR SMUGGLERS "Dry" Enforcement Offi cers in North Dakota Will Be Equipped AUTOMOBILES ARE TO CARRY THE GUNS Determined and Systematic Campaign Will Be Waged, Says Lemke Bismarck, N. D March 19. Machine guns will be used by the state prohibi tion enforcement officers in their war on whiskey smugglers operating oq the Canadian border. William Lemke, at torney general, to-day issued orders to the staite officers to equip their automo biles with the guns. "A determined, systematic campaign will be waged in an effort to clean up whiskey running and liquor traffic," said Mr. Lemke. GIRL DEBATERS MEET. Six Colleges Represented in Intercolle giate Tournament. Boston, March 10. The annual inter collegiate debate between YVellesley, Mount Holyoke, Kadcliffe, Barnard, fcmiih and Vassar colleges will be held to-day on the question, "Resolved, that the United Mates snouiu luriner re Strict European immigration." The teams upholding the affirmative will in each case debate at home and are paired as ioliows: veuesiey ai Barnard; Vassar at Wellesley; Kad cliffe at Mount Holyoke; Barnard at Radcliffe: Mount Holyoke at Smith, and Smith at Vassar. When a Wcman is Nervous BInghamton, N- T. "Doctor P-fcscriDtlon is the best medicine I bars erer taken tor the nerves and a run-down system. I took the 'Prescription' and found It very benflcial In building up my nerves and roywnoie system, aiy general health was so mucn neuer after taking It that I can recommend it as a excellent woman'a tonic." MRS. MINNIE ASHMAN. 6 Elm St. Ail druggists, liquid or tablet I, . " t t .SPRINGTIME IS A DANGER TIME V The springtime brings many ailments which secure a better foothold and are harder to relieve because the body, blood and ner vous system are weakened and run down Drugs will not relieve this condition A food medicine is required. 8ueh a food medicine is Father John's Medicine which is made of pure and wholesome nourishing elements which are quickly tak en up by a run down system and turned into new flesh and strength. You gain resisting power to fight off the ailments of spring. A great many people find that they gain weight stead ily whilo taking this old fash ioned prescription. Adv. " ' 1 WASHINGTON COUNTY'S STAND ON PRIMARY Nine Votes in Favor of Present Law and Eight Against It in the House. Washington county legislators in the Vermont House gave a majority in fa vor of rejection of the bill, S. 61, which would have repealed the Vermont pri- niarv low ' Those voting for the rejection of the bill and for the retention of the pri mary were: Wishart, Barre City. Murray, Berlin. Carpenter, Cabot. Wilder, Middlesex. Field, Montpelier. Flint, Northfield. Parker, Warren. Wheeler, Waterbury. Hall, Woodbury. Those votinc for Dassace of the bill and defeating of primary law were: Nmitn, Barre town. Wheeler, Calais. Kelton, East Montpelier. McCullough, Favston. Wheeler, Marsh'field. Stimson, Roxbury. Belden, Waitsfleld. Johnson, Worcester. Absent and not voting: Kennedy, Duxbury; Bulkeley, Moretown; Martin, I'lainficld. ACCUSED OF CONSPIRACY. Several Persons Arrested By Polish Army Intelligence Operatives. j Warsaw, March 19 (By the Associat ed Press). tieneral Nieoli I'eremkin. commander of the third Russian anti bolshevik anny, two members of his staff and a woman, giving her name as Countess Jeanne Zammoiska, have been arrested bv Polish army intelli gence operatives. They are accused of conspiring against the lire ot twins Havinkoff, minister of war fn the Ker ensky cabinet established in Petrograd in 1918, and leader of Russian locial revolutionaries in Poland. They are held in the military prison here. r" "" ,. 11 U'WU VI A few hills ahead mean nothing to the progressive business man. He is used to driving his car and knows that a shift of gears and a "little more gas" will put the high spots behind him in jig time. Beyond the problems of the pres ent is the smooth level road of the future. The outlook for business holds no fears for the men who "step on the gas and go to it" The real good timesthe good times based on normal values, small er profits and quicker turnovers, the good times of peace and plenty are right before us. STEP ON THE GAS! Adver tise! Advertise to your customers at tHe places where conditions fa vor the sale of your product. Use the newspapers to do this best III ' " II This Saturday Eyening , We are prepared to supply your Eas ter requirements in every respect. The new Spring suits are here. j The new Spring overcoats are here. The new Spring shirts are here. The new Spring Neckwear is here. The new Spring Hats are here. Just be a bit in advance of the crowd, which means come in without delay and make your selections. Do it this evening. Open Monday Evening As Usual Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. Vulcanizing That Pays Now is the time to get after your tires. Those little cuts will let in dirt and water and then you will have to invest in a costly repair or a new tire later on. Your can save all this by having that tire REPAIRED NOW. Then you will be all set when the season opt-n.;. Eight Years' Experience. J. J. Hastings 371 North -,..!., 4 rue n Main Street. h tiHtijstTt?IiinntiTttTTW7T7Ti