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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE. VT., THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921.
BUTTON CLEW GIVES NO AID ,To Solving of Alystery About Murder at Wake field, Mass. Hood's Pilh In email dosea A GENTLE LAXATIVE ' In Larger Doses A THOROUGH CATHARTIC Made by C. I. Hood Co., LowrH. BUTTON IS CLAIMED BY ANTIQUES DEALER Police Had Hoped to Iden tify Woman in Preston Case By the Button Wakefield, Mas., April .14. With th identification of a button, held by the police as an important clew,' the mystery of the murder of Patrolman James A. Preston increased to-day. F. C. Gilpatrick of Melrose, a dealer in antiques, claimed the button, which was found in the automobile owned by Clarence C. Loud of Melrose and aban doned near the scene of the crime as one which he had dropped. Loud has ibeen under arrest since Saturday night, a few hours after the policeman was slain. It had been hoped by the police to determine by means of the button the identity of the woman whoso name was entered with that of Loud in the policeman's notebook. According to Gilpatrick, he rode to FACE D SFIGURED CUTICMALS ItcbingandBurningSevere. Rest Terribly Upset. "My trouble commenced on the aide of my face In little blisters with a red surface. It gradually spread and the itching and burning were very severe. My face was disfigured for a. while and my rest was terribly upset from the misery. "I tried different reme dies but got no help until I heard of Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and after using them for a month I was healed." (Signed) Mrs. J. M. Boutell, Sterling, Mass., June 14, 1920. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum are Meal for every -day toilet uses. tuU lath FrMfeT Mill. ArWrM-"OoMohm Ufc. ratorlM, Use B. U 4, Hul " Sold wnwii. roap kmj. umimtDi at ua Hie. jaieum a, Cuticura Soap shave withaui mug. DELAY REMOVAL TO POTSDAM German Government Au thorities Hold Up Per mission to Bring Body OF EX-EM PRESS FROM HOLLAND Heaps of Flowers Are Piled About Casket in Doom NERVOUS SYSTEM SHATTERED ud's home Saturday night wearing chine. a sweater in the pocket .of which he had several buttons of the variety found. He ex-pronged the belief that one of the buttons had fallen to the floor when Loud drove him home in his ma- 1 j Doom, April 14. German govenv mit authorities have insisted that the taking of the body of the late for mer Empress Augusta Victoria from Doom to Postdani for burial be de cayed, and the remains will not leave hero until Monday morning, it is an nounced. Former Emperor William frequently visits the room where reposes the cof fin of the late empress. Heaps of flow ers have been piled about the cnket. The entire German staff was admitted to the room last evening to see the mistress of the house vi Doom for the last time. William avoids all companv, but often sits for long periods with his daughter. The Dutch Prince Consort sunt a wreath to the house to-day. TWO VERMONT ENTRIES. In Big Intercollegiate Events in Phil adelphia. Philadelphia, April 14. Yale has en tered four teams in the University of Pennsylvania relay carnival April 29 and 30, it was announced to-day. The I I'll. !.,. .-Ill V... ,11 ...nn....J ) j.iiia aim. nm iro ..i-n i ri?t-m cm III the special and field events. Landon, Olympic and intercollegiate champion, will compete m the high jump, Mg nourner in the pole vault and Aeosta in the siiot put. Kelay teams have been entered in the distance medley, two mile, four mile and one mile freshman races. Two entries from the University of Vermont, Chiitter in the shot put and Whelton in the hurdles, Mere received yesterday. "Frult-a-tives", or Frislt live! Tablets Gave Relief 8S5 Grant St., Buffalo, N. T. "I have been Faralyzed on tho whole right sido since April 80th. I referred the case to a physician who wrote mo, advising ia me oj 'Fmim-twes', I would not be without Frnit-a-tires' for anything no more strong cathartics or salts ; no more bowel trouble for me. recommend 'Fruil-a-tives' to all I feel more like 40 than 62, which I have just passed". WM. II. OSTRANDER. 50o. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBDRO, N. Y. GRIMES GIVES UP STRUGGLE Ex-Giant Will Report to Toledo Club of Ameri can Association HAD DEMANDED BONUS OF $1,500 AUTOMOBILE EXPERT INJURED jg Back on the Job in Twenty Minutes. CORNS Lift Off with Fingers League Opening- in Detroit Was Prevented By-Rain Musical. The grocer and the baker may not be Carusos, but the former know his scales and the latter can always strike dough. Boston Transcript. linesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little "Freezone" on an aching oorn, instantly that corn atop hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with finders. Truly! Your dnicinst sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without aoreness or irritation. Adv. Toledo, O., April 14. Inflelder Roy Grimes, released by the New York Gi ants to the Toledo club of the Ameri can association, will report at Louis villa to-day or to-morrow, Roger Bres iiuhan said to-day on his arrival here after seeing the opening game at Lou isville yesterday. Brcsnahau said he received a tele gram from Grimes yesterday, asking when and where to report. (Jrime was at his homo in Minerva, O. Grimes was ordered to join the Toledo club at Chattanooga but refused to do so un less paid a bonus of $150. He then was suspended by John MctJraw. Mr. R. K. Beaupre is well known among the automobile people in Bur lington. Vt. He is employed by the Crys tal Confectionery Co., the largest con fectionary manufacturing concern in the slate. He met with an accident whereby his ankle became sprained and ho wan very lame indeed. Bomeone gave him a bottle of liniment which was originated by a Scotch doctor. Hn applied this liniment in accordance with directions and in 20 minutes the pain was gone and the next day he was able to drive the car a long distance. He said he felt no more pain and had no more trouble with his ankle after applying this lin iment. ' That 1.11a. I New Wichita, Kas., April 14. Frank Is bell, manager of the Wichita Baseball club, lost $2,tKX) by a slight margin of an hour yeterday. Under his rain in surance policy for the opening game Isbell was protected up to $2,000 in four hours' time, between noon and t in the afternoon. Under the terms of the policy ten-hundredth of an inch of rainfall had to fall within the spec ified time. It failed to do so by four- hundredths of an inch. WILL HOLD II u ANNIVERSARY AUCTION SALE AT 12-NOON SHARP $300.00 Horse to be Given Away Absolutely Free ! nmy9 3RD A AO DMrcit, April 14. Threatening louds and cool weather greeted base- hall enthusiasts here this morning and gave anything but promine that the reason's inausniral could be staged this afternoon. The Chicago White Sox and th Tigers, however, were prepared to open the race unless play was entirely out of the question. Dick Kerr wan slated to pitch for the visitors and "Dutch" Leonard was Manager Cobb's probable choice. there was keen disappointment among the fans yesterday when rain caused postponement of the game. They had j-lanned an opening day dem onstration for the new Tiger manager, the like of whicli has never before been accorded the team. The local attend ance record of 20,000, it was apparent, would have been broken under favor able weather conditions. m 4 f ' r - I 3I t . it I'M '. '( 'V .I'M'' i. Mr. R. E. Besupr BROOKFIELD We have a large number of Fresh and lots of Good Acclimated Horses of our own Some of these horses are right out of logging in New Hampshire good young, rugged horses COMR iSSON HORSES We already have consigned a large number of com mission horses, and among them are good, young, acclimated pairs. Pair of mules weight about 2500 lbs. to be sold for the high dollar. Also harnesses, wagons, etc. Therfc will be enough horses for ev erybody, and no matter what kind you are looking for you will find it here. This will be the largest auction sale of horses ever held in the State of Vermont, and they will be sold for the high dollar. Every horse will be guaranteed as represented. We want everybody to come and see the fun whether an intended purchaser or not. Remember the date, Friday, April 15, at 12, noon, sharp, rain or shine H. M. PARNHAM, The Horse Man, Montpelier, Vt. S. H. PARNHAM, Auctioneer. Remember, vc hold our Regular Auction Sale every week Friday. P. S. If you have anything you want to sell, bring it for this sale. CUrenee Marshall of Waterhnry i visiting his daughter, Mrs. Charles Loveland, and family. Two of Foster Magtiire's children are Rick with scarlet fever. William Hupgard, who It teaching school in Maine, spent last week with tl parents, )lr. and Mrs. V. K. Hug- gard. ;ionn Treston and Miss .Toicphine Mshonev recently attendM a dance in (Ursnitevilla. M. K. Chae was In Montpelier last week and bought a horse, to take the place of the one which he lost two weeks ago. Mrs. Iisrles make of Hcthel was n over-Sunday guest of her parents, Mfc and Mrs. A. h. Sargent. Mrs. Alice Heard has sold her place st Brookfield Center, known as the C. T. Frink place, to her daughter, Miss Elizabeth Heard. Fred Ralph has bought a new Dort automobile. ' Mrs. Ernest S'prsgue recently visited her parents in riainfleld, returning home Saturday. W. E. Hupeard was in Randolph on Saturdav on htniness. Mrs. Uriil Chae, who spent lat week in Pcrlin with her brother-in-law. Amos CliHse, and family, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. TV. E. TTii!T'Tsrd have sold their village home to Wnlter TC Orout. Poscsion i to be given the' first of Msy. Mr. and Mrs. Jtuggsrl sre to move into Mis Elia beth Beard's house at the Center. Mr. anil Mrs. Cieorge Knou-les visit ed Mr. and Mrs. (J. II. Fletcher at East Brookfield Saturday. Mrs. Florence Sprsgue is nurse for Mrs. L. F. Abel at East Brsintree. Fred L. Dudley of Randolph. Or ange county supervisor of highways, was in town Saturday to consult with the selectmen and town road commis sioner. John Pickel. who has been assisting Henry E. Johnson through sugaring, returned to his home in Randolph Fri day. Miss Elizabeth Besrd, who has been spending several weeks with her moth er, Mr. Alice Beard, returned Sstur (1st to her school work in Mill Village. . IT. The ladies' association will hold its meeting at the church parlor Thursday afternoon. April 21. Hostess, Mr. Marv Ralph. At the Woman's Relief corp. meet ing, whirh will he held Satnrdar aft ernoon. Mv 14. the members will ob serve the birthdiiT anniversary of thoe whose birth occurred in April and Mav. There will b initiation. program will lie given and light refreshments will be j served br those whose birthday aoni-j verarie occur in other months. Mi Joscpbire Mahnnev ha gne to j her Home in Boston to visit her mother, a few werks. ! The ldes' avitinn cleared W from the supar s""ial Thursday - nine. The inlemencr of the wesi!ier Mr. Beaupre wrote a IeUer to the friend who had given him the liniment, in which he said, "I feel very grateful to you for having directed my atten tion to that justly celebrated liniment called Mystrious Pain Ease. The story of its origin was very intereit ing, how the Scotch doctor ued this liniment, , and the people who have benefited by ' it, thinking there was something tnys-' terious about it came to know it by that name 'Mysterious.' I don't won-. der. The way it takes the pain out cer- ' tainly seems mysterious. I never heard of anything like it. My ankle was so sore that I could scarcely step on it and could not do my regular day's; work, which, as you know, requires con stant foot work in using the braka and clutch pedals of automobiles. When I , first appliin! the liniment my ankle was so painful I could scarcely bear the I slightest pressure upon it. I was hardly , able to limp around, yet, within 20 1 minutes the pain was gone, and I was I able to drive a ear more than 100 miles ' that day. Soon the swelling went down, and I was as well as ever. I cannot rec-1 omniend rt. too highly. Since using it I have talked with a number of people1 about it in this section end I find the J liniment is quite well known and peo- ' pie are using it for the relief of pain ' caused by sprains, rheumatism and also I headaches. Mysterious Pain Ease is cer tainly a blessing to those who suffer any pain and I am very grateful to you for having told me about H." The Mysterious Pain Ease men tioned in Mr. Beaupre 'a letter i sold by most up-to-date dealers and any dealer can procure it from his jobber. Adv. Makes you feel kind of puckery to see a friend come down the street with his headgear in the latest style, while you are wear ing the one you have toted around for. six months or longer. ' Time to change? It surely is. The styles this season are quite different from what has been in vogue, and theretore the more notice able if you are wearing the old lid. The very latest in Hats are here for you to make your choice. They are S3 to S1U Best things in gloves, too. Open Monday Evening As Usual Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main, St. Tel. 275-M. PLAL FIELD QUICK RELIEF FROM Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. i Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for 17 years and calomels old-tun enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treating patients for chronic constipation arid torpid livers. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not contain calomel but a healing, soothing vegetable laxative. No griping i the "keynote" of these little sugar-coated, olive-colored tab lets. They cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth" had breath a dull, tired feeling sick headache torpid liver constipation. you'U find quick, sure and pleasant re mits from one or two of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tabk-U at bedtime Thousands take them every night just to keep right. Try them. Methodist Church Motes. Nest Sunday in the morning service a delcpftto will be elected to the lay electoral conference at 15rre. Next Sunday in the morning eiiee Mil offering will be taken for the starv ing in China. Next Sunday, morning and evening, tl:e ul)iit will le occupied tiv a speak er Ii'i'm out ot town, wive mm n rovai welcome by a record-breaking attend ance. Sunday school is boomin j. Attend - at'Ci- !Ht un.Iar. I(i.. Keen it utI Clearly Denned. First critic What is your attitude towards those impressionists ? Second ditto Oh, I'm a suppression it. t. Boston Transcript. Hairt Will Vanish . j , After This Treatment i (Toilet Hel Von can keep your arms, nei k or fai tiee. from hair or fu bv the occasional u-e of plun delatoiie and in using i. vii need have no fear of niarriiiir or i-' j juring the skin. A thick paste is mud Attendance at services lu.-t two St.i- ; bv mixing some of the powdered dela- Jjvs. morning ICS, 113; evening H4, tit. I tone with water. Then spread on t!ii Can't von register 100 once more in (hairs and after 2 or 3 minutes rub off. the evening! ln't it possible for us to wash the skin and all trace of hair l reach 200 in morning service! Try it j have vanished, lie rareful, however, io for once. gel real ue. atone. Adv. kept many at home who would have liked to 1 present. Lemur! rarsons, who spent the win ter in Pelham. Mass.. is arain l.scated at his home in Itrof.Vfield f'enter.- Mr. and Mrs. r,eTg Pil.l.le of Fs( Prain'ree visited her mother, Vjs. Car rie Renhsm. Sundar. K. H. M.n of Rtid"l- h srert S in day with his another, Mrs. Mary Mason. BARGAINS IN USED CABS The Mas Blows Up in the Air Jiiid 1-e up "ore enrnih to tTi-nk 'of rvery m-n tv.T!!r );e er d'd. lb' mrn'-l was r.r -t fi i---irrrr j!-t wait tr be l.:.imn nr. Vm rny n t rrrse dfn. ( ? hv Nati.nl !!.'T p v Vt. I'VIn'oan. S. . K!- We have taken the following car in exchange for new Do rt ear: 1 Ilt PSON" 40. in fine mndition. must be en to be appreciated Kuns l.ke a new ear. 1 OVKKLAXDt LI B Roadster. "A Pfpvlar Model" and a real bar?in 1 IORD T1 Kl.; I AU in g.-nl condition. Slip purri. A gKi one i r'i:n niLUF.nv trick ic line r.'n ii' i..!i. t all in f'-r J acnn raln. Palace Garage ?:o SurtS Jf:i St. Earre, Vj. Arthclra k. Pxohar, ricpt, TL 7?Z as- i nu, ...... . , " -1 .-1. r - if J Here in the Washing Tw.. h you have been looking for nnd at the price you ouIit to iy. This E'ectric Washer, vith extra stands for extra tubs and baskets. Motor for 110 volt current See that wringer, it swings to any posi tion iif.ired. Wrings either way. Price complete $33.00 Fully guaranteed to do clean wock. Tiea.-se a.k for cir culars and !in:c nitration. I'llACKETT, SHAW & I.VNT COMPANY. , SoaicrtwsriB, S. H, aai Bcttan, y.tu. J, L Arkloy, Esrre, Vt Local Osprssenlalive t t.tilL