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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAX, APRIL 7, 1921.
SENSATION IN ELWELL MURDER joy Harris Confesses He ! and Friend Were Hired By Woman 0 PUT TURFMAN OUT OF EXISTENCE Biliousness X.owers your . spirits, dulls you brain, causes constipation, sUiC headache, and makes you feel mis erable. Clean up your liver; take Hood's Pills UiAt by Oi I Hood Co., Lowell, Msi. CAN'T BEAT "TIZ" WHEN FFET HURT "Tiz" for Sore, Tired, Puffed-Up, Ach ; ing, Callouaed Feet or Corns. Gave Name of Employer as ; "Mrs. Fairchild" They ' Were Hired for $5,000 New York, April 7. The confession si Buffalo last night of Roy Harris that lie and a friend were hired by a woman to kill Joseph B. Elwell, whist expert and turfman, here last June, heightened interest to-day in the new Investigation of the baffling murder, Started last week by former District Attorney Charles 8. Whitman. Harris, arrested on a forgery charge, signed a confession that he and Wil liam Dunkin were hired by a "Mra Fairchild" to go to Elwell's home and kill him for $5,000. Elwell had many affairs with. wom en. None of them, however, was named Fairchild. This name, the polite say, Plight have been assumed for the occa sion. They hope Harris may be able to describe "Mrs. Fairchild" and in this event they may be able to establish her identity Klwell was found with a bullet through his held in a room off the re ception hall of hi residence. He was still alive when his housekeeper found him at 8:30 o'clock on the morning of June 11. He was barefooted and clad in his pajamas. He died several hours later without tittering a' word that would lead to the identity of his as sailant. You can be happy-footed in a mo ment. Use "Tiz" and never suffer with tender, raw, burning, Wintered, swollen, tired, smelly feet. "Tiz"' and only "Tiz" takes the pain and soreness out of corns, callouses and bunions. As soon as you put your feet in "Tit" bath, you just feel the happiness soaking in. How good your poor, old feet feel. They wan to dance for joy, "Tiz" Is grand. "Tiz" instantly draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up your feet and cause sore, in flamed, aching, sweaty, smelly feet. Get a box of "Tiz," at any drug store or department store. Get u net ant foot relief. Laugh at foot sufferers .who complain. Because your feet are never, never going to bother or make you limp any more. Adv. MINUS CAPTAIN RED SOX WON Defeated Rochester Inter national League Team at Charleston, S. C. HAVING RECOVERED THEIR BATTING EYE Capt. Scott Was Out of Game Because of Strained FAIRFAX BUILDINGS BURNED. Morning Fire, Supposedly Extin guished, Started Up Again. Fairfax, April 7. Fire broke out in the house of Joel Round on Main street at 7:H0 o'clock Tuesday morning The fire started around the chimney and burned the roof badly and soon Spread to the barns which are connected with the house. The village fire apparatus was used ana the blaze whs supposed to have been extinguished. About 8:30 o'clock another call was given and flames were again coming out of the barns and the fire had gained such headway that it was impossible to check it. Both the house and the barn TOO TIRED . TO WORK? If you get up in the morning tired If you weary with little exertion and if Tim and go are lacking, depend upon it that your liver is torpid. One doseof Schenck's Mandrake Pills will "wake up" that lazy liver and mak you feel like new. Schenck's Man drake Fills are worth a trial tonight. 86o par box uncoatad or sugar coated Dr. J. H. Scnenci & Sob. Phlla. AdT Needed at Dances. And the Sea Shore i ' (Aids to Beauty) - Here is a home treatment for remov ing hairs that is quick, painless and in expensive With some powdered dela lone and water make enough paste to thickly cover the objectionable hairs, ipply und after 2 or 3 minutes rub off, ivasli the skin and it will he left soft, rlear and hairless. This treatment will not mar the skin, but to avoid dis rppointment, be careful to get real del stne. Mix fresh as wanted. Adv. Get Auto Insurance It enables you to sleep nights and gives you a chance to get all the wholesome pleasure and the business usefulness . you expect out of your automobile. The insurer . takes the worry. Tele phone now. Paige & Campbell General Agents Phone 268-W Barre were destroyed, only the stock and the furniture being saved. Neighboring buildings caught but the flames were extinguished before much damage was done. The buildings were valued at 5.- 000, partly covered by insurance. WATERBURY CENTER Church Notes. Over forty young people gathered in the North church vestry last Friday and spent a social evening in honor of the newly received church members. The congregation last Sunday morn ing wrs very gratifying and the Sun day school session a notable event. Re ports were presented by each officer and the superintendent expressed her self very pleased with progress made. A committee to consider plans for chil dren's day was elected, consisting of Mrs. Freeman. Miss Pike and Mrs. Batchelder. Also a standing commit tee on nomination of delegates to con ventions and institute, consisting of miss jvoreross, miss t-thel Towne and Mrs. L. A. Lyon. Thursday evening this week the prayer meeting will be combined with a workers' conference, at which many matters of importance will be dis cussed. All members of church com mittees are particularly urged to be present. Services at usual hours next Sunday morning and evering. Leg Muscle Boston, April 7. .The 8 to 0 defeat, which the Boston Americans adminis tered to the Rochester Interpational League club at Charleston, S. C, yes terday, was hailed here to-day as a sign that the Red Sox had recovered from an apparent slump in their play ing since the team left Hot Springs, Ark. Sam Jones and Herb Pennock, the dispatches said, were in good form yes terday and although they gave the New York state team nine hita, a score was imminent only twice. The Sox got 13 hits, five of which were doubles. Captain Everett Seotfr u not at his position at shortstop because of a strained leg muscle. To-day the Red Sox play Rochester in the last game of the series at Dar lington, S. C. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION ALL HIS AIL hits r DISAPPEARED Wlien He Tried "Frult-a-tlves" or Fruit Liver Tablets Mount Bblenaf Hotel, Lakeport, N.H, "At 70 years of age, chronic Constip-' ation was causing me to suffer with distressing Headaches, Dizziness and Indigestion. ' I believe I have taken more medi cine than any half-dozen people in town ; but nothing did me good until 1 tried 'FruU-a-tive'. Right away I could sea their good effects. After taking them for three months, my bowels were regular, and the other ailments disappeared". FRANK A. HALE. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial sise 25o. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TI VE3 Limited, OGDENSBTJRG, X. Y. L 3 Harhiar SL Mart What We've the Man yCiothes Done Who to Help Farms CORNS Lift Off with Fingers GROWN E. J. Rutter. optometrist, will he at X T. Darling's Monday, the 11th. Call and have your eyes examined. adv. PiiVIPLY? WELL. DDN'TBE People Notice It. Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets MMitinf The TRAVELERS HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT A pimply face will not embarrass you much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel; there's no sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, but their action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with a "dark brown taste." a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with fiver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result. Take one or two nightly for a week. See how much better you feel and look. N " c- SIX CYLINDER TRA CTOR nmh We offer for immediate delivery from stock in our New England Warehouses AVERY 5-10, 8-16 and 12-25 Trac tors at prices LOWER THAN Avery or any other stand ard tractors have ever been sold for. Prices for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY LOWER THAN THOSE OFFERED BEFORE THE WAR. You cannot afford to buy a Tractor without getting our price. Send for satalog 6T. Write To-day. BRACKETT, SHAW & LUNT COMPANY 1 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., Somersworth. N. H. For quick delivery see or telephone our representative, J. L. Arklcy, Barre, Vt. Miis Anne Raymond, who has been on a tour in California, where she de livered a course of lectures on "Child Hygiene," returned home for two weeks and has left for New York City, where she will again resume her lecture tours. Engine Xo. 421 wai derailed it VU liston, tying up traffic for lome houri Monday. u. A. neeler, general passenger igent, was a business caller in mat tleboro this week. Emile Dupruis, Concord, N. IT., was the guest of Mr. and Mra. B. E. Car center and lion, Ernest, over Sunday. a. h. Carpenter, late of th Junrtion house clerical staff, ha returned to duty with the B. &, M. and is now run ning lietween this point and Boton. Roscoe W'ilmot, formerly with the Miller Auto company as liookkeeper, na been appointed acting postmaster. Mrs. H. A. Robinson and two tons of Brattleboro were the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Burnt, over the iSeck end. Mrs. David Addison. Newport, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hollo way over the week end and has re turned to her home. H. F. Spencer, auditor of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., is in town on businees. Miss Blanche Dionne of Bellow Falls ha accepted a position in the office of the Miller Auto Co. Wesley Sawyer has returned from the Hanover . hospital and resumed work in the service department of the Miller Auto company. Charlei Ring has lo accepted a position in the same department. J. H. Strain of New York City and owner of the Canaan inn, Canaan. S". ! H., was the guest of VV. C. Marshall over Sunday. Jesse A. Morse of Kn fleld, N. H., was also his client over Sunday. John Bacon of the Hartford Savings A Trust company is in Boston on business. A. E. .Tohnon of the Western Un ion Telegraph companv was a busi ness visitor in Springfield, Mass., over the week end. J. H. Schofield of the same company is at present enjoying a two weeks' annual vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Willism Burke rid children were the guests of Mrs. Has sett of West Lebanon, X. II., over Sun day. .fames R. Coutts, state inspector of weights and measures, made a tour of inspection in this vicinity recently. Mr. Butler, a YVefern Union inpee tor. is in town on business connected with our local oflices. IL E. Cowan. Lyndonville, has re sumed work in the office of the peneral sent of the B. M. and C. V. Ry, after a two weeks' vacation. Mrs. George Chapin has been eon fined to her home with an attack of tonsilitis. Mrs. D. F. Dwyer spent Sunday at her former home. St, .lohnsbury. Mrs. C. C. Farrington Is visiting friends ind relatives In Boston this week. lit. Rev. George Y. Bliss, T). D., bish op coadjutor of the disicese of Vermont, visited St. Paul s Kpiscopil church on Sunday evening and administered the rite of confirmation to twelve persons. A large congregation filled the church. Bishop Bliss went from here to North field, where he officiated at a similar service. A meeting of considerable interest in fraternal circle was held in the Junc tion house on Saturday afternoon, when a number of members of the Knights of Birmingham met for the purooe of considering the advisability of form ing a governing body fur the state of Vermont when, after the customary discissions relating to "goats." "hats," fees." the meeting adjourned to meet V? Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little "Kreezone" on an aching com, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. Truly! ' Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freeione" or a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, oft com, or corn between the toes, and the callusci, without soreness or irritation. Adv. EAST MONTPEUER YOU probably felt during the fall and win ter that farm products had declined more rap idly in proportion to the things you had to buy than was just. We thought so ourselves, and did our best to rectify matters by putting clothes prices down to cost or below. The new Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes for spring are here now. We bought them on the new and lower cost level, and we're selling them mighty close for your benefit. Come in and let us show yoli the best values you've seen for a long time. Satisfaction or money back Ed Lavarnway was in Barre Satur day on business. Hiram Sparrow and Walter Clark were business visitors in Montpelier on Wednesday. Mr. ind Mrs. George Short were in Barte on business ind called on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartlett Wednes day. ?everal farmers in this vicinity are busily engaged about their spring plow ing. The average temperature at a. m. J was the recent guest of her mother, during the month of March was 2fl de- Mrs. John Gallison. irrees above Mro. The hia-hest recorded Irene Mayo, who is employed at was (7 degrees, Moore & Owens 122 N. Main St. Barre's Leading Clothiers Phone 275-M B Representative Herbert Kelton has been confined to the house several dayi by illness. Roads are exceedingly muddy in places and to see an auto towed in ia quite a common sight these days. Eggs are selling at the stores for 32 cents a dozen, the first time that a pre-war price has been djuoted. Mra. Joseph Biahop of Montpelier Harry Coburn's, on the- Plainfieid road, recently visited her parent, Mr. and Mr. Mayo. April has more special days worth recalling than any other month in this year, according to the calendarApril 1, All FooU' day; April 6, America de clared war against Germany, 1917; April 8, annular eclipse of the sun, not visible in the United States j April 19, ratriota' day; April 21, Spanish-Amer ican war began; April 22, total eclipse of the moon, visible in New England; April 26, Memorial day in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi; April 27, U K. Grant born, 1812. Beatrice Mayo, who is working at Harry Cutts,' is spending a few days at home. Masters Raymond Clark and Carroll Coburn have !een doing quite a buai- ne in L D. Coburn'i sugar orchard this season during the absence of Mr. Cohura in Montpelier. Walter Clark was in Montpelier on biihincss Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bond were in Barre Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gallison of War ren are visiting at John Gallison 's. Nelson Murray from Maple hill, Plainfieid, has moved onto the Joseph Murray place, which he proposes to carry on this season. . The listers are going their annual round. The tax vote this year is $. Frank (lark returned to Gnddard on Monday, after spending his Easter va cation at home. . . Mrs. John C'ullum is visiting friendr in town. FATHER FOUND TWO-YEAR- OLD BOY VERY SICK Wat Thin, No Appetite, Bad Swollan Lips, Stomach Pains, Itching Hose at "The Weirs," Lake Sunapee, N. li the latter part of August. Protection for QuaiL Harold P. Sheldon, fi?h and iranie ccmmiioner. ha received from T. G. Pearson, president of the National Asso ciation of Audubon Societies informa tion relative to quail which may he in teresting to the public. Mr. Pearon makes known the attitude -f the asso ciation afraint the placing of th quail on the Bona hird li-t and thus perma nently withheld it from the realm of field sport. There setms to be an erro neous opinion that such is the intent of the association. Mr. Peron te that it i not the intent of the associa tion to have the bird cn the song bird list but to have legislation protecting! it certain seasons of the year, ne find , that the qunil is a!mnt a rare as the passenger ripe.n in the northern and: central s-tates and that me effort for protection by enforcement of the la should be made. 1 A hardy woodsman and enthusiastic fisherman, Joseph K. Lane of Lincoln, Me., ha a very interesting record to re port. He writes: A a txty, 37 years ago, 1 began to take Dr. True's Klixir. Ome after six months hauling logs, I came out of the woods and found my two year-old boy very sick. He was pi.,.,,, .... -rr- - r--, pain in sioTTinrn, un in mnj; none, wmh sulfcring from constipation, for month. '"I had not been in th house an hour when an elderly lady a good neigh borcame in and told my wife to get a bottle of Dr. True's Klixir, saying the had seen numbers of similar cases which it had relieved. "My bov was given a half down dose of Liixir when he passed a lot of little worm, and right away began to show improvement; he began soon to eat wirth relish, play around and look healthy. He did not have to take a full bottle, and in later years, when ever he got oi7 hii feed, a few dosea would .traighten him out quick. "When I get constipated, a couple of itasKoni of Dr. True's Klixir fix me O. K. "My on is grown up now and has a family of six children, and he hs practically rai-ed hi family on Dr. Truo Klixir. The children go out and get hold of something not good for them. It's hard to watch all the chil dren, and so when thoy .at something their shouldn't and get sick, the Elixir is given and the family ia put in good "hap again. ''I have read in the papers vou have to take a half doren bottles of some remedies, but you d.n"t have to do this with Ir. True's Elixir. Simply a few dosps and then quick relief. The three , generation of Lanes have been kept j heahhy by using it." j Symptom of Worm: Offensive! breath, swollen upper lip, deranged' itomach, occasional pain about the' navel, pale face, eyes heavy and dull, twitching eyelids, itching of the no ! and rectum, ehort dry cough, grinding! of the teeth, red point on the tuiigue. starting during sleep, slow fever, con t i pa t in. V'"' JOSEPH K. LANE. Nearly every grown tip and every child needs a laxative. The find par ents safeguard the hcaHh of their chil dren by keeping their bowels in condi tion. In Dr. True' Kliir only pure herbs are used. No harmful drugs. Keep th bowel regular by using Dr. True s Klixir. At all dealers. Three sizes. Buy the larger si.. Adv. Ont turn of tkt "Lorain" Ovtn Heat Regulator uketl givayim the choice of 44 measured end controlled oven tem peratures at your command. When Mother Was 111- 12-year-old Mabel cooked dinner with "Lorain" and never missed a lesson - . f Here is an experience, told to the manufacturers of the "Lorain" Oven Heat Regulator, by a grateful tiser. The lady was taken ill. She had no servant. Her 12-year-old daughter Mabel had never cooked before. But Mabel prepared the meals under her mother's direction, put them in the "Lorain" regulated oven and then went lo school Shes did not miss a lesson, and had her regular hours f play out doors after school. Yet every evening a delicious supper was ready for Dad's return, cooked by "Lorain." Here is practical example of the value of the "Lorain." An example which every woman will appreciate. fcv' A-.' f What Oh, Those Wavy Eyes! From a story Sh was a reu?'fii girl with avy brown hsir and rye.' Boston Transtript. To Do With Your Hides, Kips and Calfskins Contract Tanning The Bethel Tannery Inc., Bethel, Vermont, one of the largest and most up-to-date tanneries in the country with a complete selling organization, will tan your hides, kips and calfskins en contract basis. Our proposition is most advantageous to the owner of hides and if interested, write for particulars. JZ3ffs RELIABLE jl.-.1l,','.i !l CAS RANGE RELIABLE s5U. Gas Ranges are equipped with the "Lorain" Oven Heat Regulator. They are the most satisfactory ranges for cooking and baking on the nurket. With the "Lorain" they will bake, roast, boil or stew all at one time in the same oven. They will cook a whole meal without watching. They have taken the "guesswork" out of cookery and banished "un lucky" baking days. You will need a new gas range this spring, espe cially if you move. Let us demonstrate these handsome gas ranges equipped with the "Lorain" Oven Heat Regulator. You will be sur prised how it minimizes kitchen work and does away with th k drudgery of "pot-watching." Ask for our book "An Easier Day a Work.". It is free. BARRE GAS COMPANY Gordon Block, Barre