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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE,
HEAVY FIRING MET PATROL And Four Officers Were Wounded In Attack In Belfast " ; Biliousness Lower your spirits, dulls you brain, causes constipation, sii.it headache, and make you feel mis erable. Clean up your livor; take Hood's Pills Hid by C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Maa. MORE VICTIMS i OF FEUD SPIRIT Protestant Baker Killed, Protestant Baker Wound- j ' ed; Catholic Cleaner Shot i Belfast, April 14 (By, the Associated 'Press). A stormy Eastertide in Bel fast is' predicted ,by those who have watched the sequence of disorders here ua the result of a concerted attack on a patrol of special constables in Joy street last night. The members 6f the patrol were making their rounds after the curfew hour when a burst of heavy firing from windows and roofs wound ed four of the officers. The scene of the attack i in the Sinn Fein section of the city. . - Further shootings, although not be lieved to have reprisals, occurred to day, at the termination of the curfew period. All took place in Crumlin road, t wo . miles from the scene of last nipht's affair., The first victim wa a Protestant baker. named Carmichael, who was as sassinated while returning from work; RED PIMPLES FACE AND HEAD Of Husband. Itched arid Burned. Lost Sleep. Cuticura Heals. "My husband's face and head be gan to break out with large, red pim ples that festered and ecaled over. They itched and burned so badly that he scratched them, causing him much pain. He lost many . nights' sleep on account of the irritation. "He began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The first treatment stopped the itching, and sfter using two cakes of Soap and one box of Ointment he was healed." (Signed) Mrs. William Borey, Peterboro, N. H., Aug. 11, 1921. , These fragrant emollients are all you need for all toilet purposes. Soap to cleanse and purify. Ointment to soothe and heal. Talcum to powder and perfume. "riTrl.rpt B, Hilt , Meaa." SoM everj. whre sWa. Ointment 26 end We. T ileum 26a. BBJTXuticura Soap ehaTe without ou. VT., , FRIDAY, APRIL u, 1922. 7 ' '"v. v r': L-a.s .gs gvsj4giaffl 1 I lill IIII I.. - . i 1 ;i mi Back Hurt? ; . When the kidneys do not properly do their work or purify the blood stream, waate products and poisonous acids re msio in the system and cause backache, rheumatic pains, lumbago, sore muscles,-'.swollen joints, stiffness, lams back and similar symptoms. the second, a- corporation cleaner, a Catholic, who was shot, and is reported dying in the hospital, and the third a baker named Sloan, Protestant, who died in the street after being shot. tiillililiilM PURE-RICH A real food. Perfected by years of experience i in making the Best. Your satisfaction assured. GENUINE ESKIMO PIES Try them and be delighted. ill!lilllllllltllllili:iUllllllllllll!lllil!lil(llll!lllll!Illi:illlllill!llilillli:illlllllllllll!lllllllllliti!IUIi 2 3 Jr. 200,000 Vesta Batteries Selected as Replacement of Original Equipment Two hunded thousand car owners stepped on their starter buttons this morning. Two hundred thousand Vesta Bat teries jumped to the work that some other make of bat tery used to do. What has happened to the batteries that were in these cars when their owners purchased them? The owners of these 200,000 cars can tell you. The most important of these is the Ve.ta Ifide-tructible Isolator which locks the plates apart, and prevent short circuits. Of nearly eoual im portance is the Veta Poro-IIard Plate with its eitra long life and greater current capacity. So the features at any Veta Service Station. Have them ex plained to you. You will under tsnd then why we can guarantee any Vesta Battery for a full tao years' service. The Vesta (Piarsn te is based upon actual service ou may expect to receive. Vesta prices are" firured in the same way. and becatta Vesta will practically al ways giv its full two years' s-rv-ire "without an adjustment on a new battery. Veta price are not any higher" than you would pay for an ordinary battery. When their original batteries wore out, the natural thin? to do would have been to replace them with the same make. The presence of a Vta Battery in their cars is significant. It simply means that when the opportunity was jriven to these mo torist to exercise their own pref erences they chose a Vesta Battery. Vesta Batteries are selected to re place oriptnal equipment, in very much the same way as a "cord" tire is boupht to replace a "fabric." The Vesta "costs b-s per month c-f ert ice." Your ear manufacturer doe not e)tiip his car with a Veta Battery bwue the prtuHioa of Veta Bsttrries doe not permit us to sup ply him and at the same time tk rare of the rapidly srowing needs of our 3.VK) service stations. Vesta Batteries fot less per month of service I - ue they he inbuilt aervire features that make them lt longer. These are patented feature. exclusively Vesta no other battery has them. The Vesta Service Code, prominent ly displayed in every Vesta Serr j Statiin, is your further jrusran tee that no matter what snake ft battery too are using you will ih v er be asked to purchase a new oe.t tery until the service ststion baa k iped you pet every bit of po.bl service from your oH one. .rjsSsU VESTA Cost Less Per Month of Service H. F. Cutler & Son 13 S. Main St. Tel. 750 regulate and restore the healthy, normal action of kidneys and bladder, bringing clean blood and better health, with free dom from aches and pains. J. George Hudlini, Bennington, Vt., writes: "Lsit fU I . s snicked with lumbago and suffered untold agony. I hd a sever pain cro.i m beck end st times sould not drees er vndrei myaeli. I was advised te take Foley Kidney Pilla (or m trouble. After taking thera lor a few dare the pan in my back left an sod I hay not bad any lumbag aiaca that lima, at-, though that waa month ago. I recommend Feley Kidney Pills ta all rh bare lussbas." SAGE TEA KEEPS YOUR HAIR DARK When Mixed With Sulphur It Brings Back Its Beautiful Lustre at Once. Gray hair, however handsome, de notes advancing age. We all know the advantaees of a youthful appearance. Your-hair is your charm. It makes or mars the lace. When it laues, uinis crav. and Inoks BtreaKeo. lttsi a lew applications of Sago Tea and Sulphur enhances its appearance a nunareaioiu, iJont way grayi ijook young; thr rirpnarft the reciue at home or get from any drug store a bottle of "Wy eths Sage and Sulphur Lompouna, uTiiph is merplv the old-time recipe im proved by the addition of other ingre dients. Thousands of folks recommend this ready-to-use preparation, because it darkens the hair beautifully! be sides, no one can possibly tell, as it darkens so naturally and evenly. Y'ou moisten a snonce or soft brush with it. drawing this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time, uy morn ing the gray hair disappears; after an ntiir annliratinn or two its natural eolor is restored, and it becomes thick, glossy and lustrous, and you appear years younger. adv. CORNS Lift Off with Fingers Doesnt hurt a bit 1 Drop a little Froernna" nn an achin7 corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. Truly I Your druggist sens a liny oome 01 'Freefone" for a few cents, sufficient to amnv rvprv hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Adv. Next Sunday's GlobeOr der it in advance from your newsdealer or newsboy. Owing to the 'great ' de mand last Sunday, many dealers were sold out of the Globe. The Children All Want the Boston Sunday Globe's IN VISIBLE COLOR BOOK. Women, be sure to read the household pages in the Boston Daily and Sunday Globe. 1 1 1 f. (y IN ITS CLASS LARGEST SELLING CIGAR IN THE. WORLD FAMOUS FOR QUALITY HADE IN NEW ENGLAND'S LARGEST CIGAR FACTORY KAN CH ESTER, N. H. R.G.SULUYAIJ SOLE OWNER ANO MFGR DEPORTEES NOT MASSACRED No. Truth to Story That Armenians Were Slain 1 By Turks WHEN FORCED TO LEAVE AMERICA U. S. Government Officials Make Report of In-1 v ' ' vestigation Washington, D. C, April 14. After an investigation made by the state and labor departments over a period of three months it has been definitely de termined, Secretary Davis announced to-day, that no Armenians deported from the United States under the im migration law have been massacred by Turks at Constantinople. Testimony before the House immigration commit tee last December by witnesses urging modification of the law included cir cumstantial accounts of the slaughter of one party of 17 Armenians, immedi ately after their return from the Unit ed States to Constantinople. "After leaving no avenue of useful investigation unexplored," Secretary Hughes wrote to Mr. Davis in ft letter given out to-day, "the American high commission at Constantinople was un able ta find the slightest evidence to substantiate the rumor to which , yon have invited my attention." A further report from Ruth Lsrned, migration secretary of the commission, told of the check made on the present status of a number of the deportees in Constantinople, showing thst all of them who had been traced were ig norant of any murders. The charges of the massacres were originally made to the commission by C V, Knightly, representing the cor nerstone welfare crncil of Boston. Prest-O-Plates Mean Plenty of "Pep" . They are the backbone of Prest-O-Lite Batteries. Better than ordinary plates, they make Prest-O-Ltte Batteries better than ordinary batteries. Prcst-O-Plates combine a peculiar pototity with- an unusual hardnest, which ex plains their Quick delivery of power in cold weather, and great, heat-resisting, non b ucklini strength in a ummer. We have Frest-O-Lite Bat teries as low as $19.90 (trade in price) for popular makes of light cars, and other types at correspondingly low prices. These are not special mod els, but regular Prest-O-Lita Batteries, backed by the regu lar Prest-O-Lite guaranty; a definite,' generous obligation, plus a spirit that says the car owner must be pleased. Prest-O-Lite Batteries are specified by 87 leading manufacturers, and this list is growing. How is your battery work ing? Is its pulse low? Come around and consult our spe cialists. We prolong the life of all batteries, and we never tell you that you need a new battery until you do. Drive around, and ge$ our friendly expert advice. DROWN MOTOR CAR CO. Barre, Vt. I" THE OLDEST SERVICE TO MOTORISTS c II Poll op where I I you rr thl. elan I m?o 1 l and ub I fHeadquarters for Prest I O-Lite's special battery L for radio purposes Easter Joys Are to be found in our HATS COLLARS ' NECKWEAR SHIRTS' SHOES CA9PS In fact in everything Men, Youths and Boys wear. See us for your Easter requirements. Moore & Owens Home.of Hart Schaffner& Marx Clothes Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. . Tel. 275-M. BEARDED BALL PLAYERS Will Compete for Honors in Hirsute ; Adornment. Sacramento, Cal., April 14. In keep ing with-the spirit of '40, all members of the Sacramento baseball team, from Manager Charlie Pick to the utility brigade, to day agreed to grow whis kers provided William II. McCarthy, president of the Pacific Coast league, will permit it. The movement started with Oscar Stanage, who argued that in view of the daya of '49 celebration to be held in Sacramento next May it would be prop er for the Sacramento ball club to grow whiskers and look like "forty-niners." The days of '49 committee, hearing pf the plan, baa decided to make a con test of the whisker growing and has offered a list of prizes for players growing the best set. '' A telegram has been sent to Presi dent McCarthy in San Francisco ask ing for whisker ruling. Pending the ruling, Sacramento players will not shave. ROPER CHALLENGES. After Seeing Lewis Defeat Cad dock Last Night. Wichita, Kan., April 14. Captain Bob Roper, heavyweight boxer, hr-re for the wrestling match last night be tween Ed "Strangler" Lewis, cham pion, and Eatl Caddock of Iowa, chal lenged Lewis to a mixed wrestling and boxing bout. Lewis won the last two of three falls last night. KARR JOINS SEMI-PROS. Having Declined the Offer of the Chi cago White Sol Paris, Tex., April 14. Dick Karr, star southpaw of the Chicago White Sox, who has declined to tgn. a con tract this year owing to disgreement over salary terms, left here last night for Chicago to join the City Hall club, a semi-professional organitation. v WATERBURY Mrs. A. ,T. Barry fits your feet, head and pocketbook. adv. For Colds, Grip of Influenza and as a preventive, take Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets. The gen uine bears the signature of E. W. Grove. (Be sure you get BROMOj. 30c. Adv. - . ' IF COUGHS AND COLDS INTERFERE WITH r i iii rr (ilcfy'rfifij! t?ti JTnir: fins VOIO kite Wi I fcl INSIST ! ! on 2) URD' Quiek-Soating PISTON RINGS When overhauling your car. All sizes in stock. II. G. Bennett Barre G&r&g Easter Week Women everywhere will don new ' apparel on Easter Day. Suits, Coats, Wraps, Skirts and Blouses in generous and distinctive variety have been selected for your approval. New Suits Fashioned in Tweeds, Homespuns, Poiret Twill, Tricotines and Twill Cord. 19.50 to 55.00 Coats and Wraps Choose Now for Easter Smart Ton Coats, made on mannish lines. designed in Polo, Chinchilla, Plaid Back and 5i Camel's Hair Tolo. Matronly models in Tricotines, Norman dy, Gerona, Pandora and Velour. 12.50 up to 75.00 . Wonderful Silk Jersey PETTICOATS and PETTIBOCKERS To Wear with Easter Costumes. S2J50 up to $9.75 You Can Find It At McCuen's The McCuen Store M ontpelier, Vt The Store That Saves You Money EASTER Accessories s "FOWNES" KID GLOVES VAN RAALTE SILK HOSIERY MODART CORSETS VAN RAALTE SILK UNDERWEAR "OPERA" BLOUSES "CARTER'S" UNDERWEAR. MAX HELD TAILORED WAISTS SMART FUR CHOKERS CHOICE HAND BAGS NOVELTY SWEATERS - and SCARFS Buick Modal 1922 Si44 Used Automobiles To All Prospective Purchasers of Used Automobiles We have formed selling connections with several Ligh grade used car dealers In other cities and if you are interested in any of the following uiwd cars we ran probably supply 5'ou at prices listed below. Muny of these car we now have in stock either here at Barre cr at one of our different Cadillae branches at Burlington, St. Johnnbury, Rut land or White River Junction or if we do not happen to have the ear you want in stock, we can probably obtain same quickly for you from other dealers with whom we are associated. "As Is" condition means in ame condition as car was turned in to us by customer, not pverhauled or painted by us. These prices are for regular open car's, most of them 5-passenger cars. Some of them 7-passenjrcr and some roadsters. Closed car prices of any of these fcukes quoted upon application. Buick Over Year As ia hauled 1917 5-pass. 7-pass. 1918 5-pass. 7-pass. 1919 5-pass. 7-pass. . 1920 5-pass. . 7-pass. 1921 &-pass. 7-pass. $350 $450 400 500 450 550 500 600 600 700 650 750 700 800 750 850 950 1050 1100 1200 t : 1 Oldsmobile Tear Ah if ' 1918 Model 37 $400 . Model 45A 400 1919 Model 45A 550 Model 37A "500 1920 Model 45B '725 Model 37A - 700 1921 Model 46 ' 1000 Model 37 1000 Model 43 A 850 r Cadillac TharaagM varhaalrt Tear At is an painted 1915 $300 $700 1916 450 850 1917 600 1000 1918 1100 1500 1919 1300 1700 1920 1600 2000 1921 2000 2400 t T- : : s btudebaker Tear As ia 1917 E. D. 6 cyl. $300 . 1918 E. D. 6 cyL 400 1919 E. II. 6 cj 1. 600 1920 E. II. 6 cyl. 700 1921 E. II. 6 cyl. 950 Hudson . Tear 1917 1918 1919 1920 ,1921 As it $600 $700 $850 $1100 $1200 Dodge Teat At ia 1917 . $300 , 1918 $400 1919 $500 1920 $650 1921 . $750 . H. G. Bennett Automobiles and Automotive Supplies Barre, Vermont, j Apent for Cadillac and Buick Cars. j A Selected List of Victor Records ! for Easter 1G003 "Christ Arose" Py Hayden Quartet 75c "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" Py Harold Jan-is 17240 "Oh, Lord, Most Holy" By Trinity Choir 75c "Calvary" By Elsie Baker S7575"Oh, Morning Land" Homer and Homer $1-50 87521 "Whisperirjf Hope" By Gluck and Homer $1.50 87517 "The Rosary" By Gluck and Zimbalist $1.50 87329 "Just for To-day" By Homer $1.25 j 87335-"Messe Solennelle-Crucifixurs" By Caruso $1.50 One of the last records by Caruso. 74119 "Crossine the Bar" By Williams $1.75 74477 "Face to Face" By Williams " $1.75 74041 "The Holy City" By de Gogofza $1.75 You should have at least one of these P.ecoris to play Easter Sunday morning. For sale at Cummings & Lewis Prumists J .