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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, - BARREL VT., THURSDAY, JUKE 22, 1922.
THREE DEATHS FOLLOWED RAID Clergyman and Sheriff Killed by Oregon Moon shiner ; " WHO HELD OFF POSSE, THEN SHOT SELF The Economy of Hood's Sarsaparilla Appeals to everyfamily in these days. From no other medicine can you get bo much real medicinal effect as from this. It is a highly concentrated extract of several valuable medicinal ingredients, pure and . wholesome. The dose is" small, only a teaspoonful three times a day. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a wonderful tonic medicine for the blood, stom ach, liver and kidneys, prompt in giving relief. Is is pleasant to take, agreeable to the stomaeh," gives a thrill of new life. Why not try it? BOMB SMASHED HOUSE FRONT Three Bodies Brought To Albany, Ore., Today Albany, Ore., June 23. The bodies of Rev. Roy Healy, pastor of the First Christian church-of Albany; Sheriff C; M. Kendall of , Linn ' county, and Dave M. West, 70 years old, rancher and trapper, whose deaths were the re suit of a raid on West's moonshine still yesterday, were brought here to day, 1 Sheriff Kendall and Rev. Mr. Healy were shot and killed by the aged ranch er, who, after barricading himself in his house, holding off a posse for hours, crept from the building when night eame and in his barn blew off the top of his head with his rifle. . The killings of Kendall and Healy occurred at 3:30 o'clock and until the body of West was found in the bain the bodies of his two victims lay where they fell inside the West yard, menrbera of the posse tearing to en ter the premises and remove them. West threatened anyone with death who should attempt to approach ex cept the coroner who, he said, could remove the bodies of the men he had killed. For fear, however, that West might mistake the coroner for a would-be captor, no effort was made. West, an expert shot with a rifle, from his long experience in hunting wild animals, shot and killed both Kendall and Healy without warning, while they were perhaps 50 yards from bim. He fired only twice. Sheriff Kendall, armed with a search warrant, left Albany yesterday for the West ranch, accompanied by Rev. Mr. Healy, who desired to see a raid on a still to obtain material for story which he was intending to write. The minister went merely as a spectator. NORTHFIELD Mr$. Hawley, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Whitney, 'for a short time, returned Wednesday to her home in Richmond. She was ac companied by Mrs. Whitney ar.d daughter, Mary, who will spend a week in Richmond. ' Miss Helena FitzSimons of Underfill! is visiting in town, a guest of Miss Florence Doyle. ; Mrs. F. N. Whitney left Wednesday jioon for Providence, R. I., where she "iato attend the national conference of social workers, which opens in that city Thursday and lasts until the 29th, Mrs. Whitney, who-is field .worker of the state board of charities, was one of three chosen by Governor Hartness to attend this conference from Vermont. . Miss Beulah E. Freston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar i. Preston of thi town, and Frank La Valley of Cham plain. X. Y., were married June 17. Mr. and Mrs. La Valley have gone to house keeping in the west tenement of one of Frank A. Carpenters bouses on Lo ion street. Mrs. S. C. Cannon of New York City, who was a commencement visit or in town, sang in the Universaliat church Sunday, and her singing was greatly appreciated. Mrs. Cannon will he pleasantly remembered in North field as Miss Bertha Rice, who former ly safg in the Univeraalist choir. Since leavinz here she haa been putting eon siderahle time and study in vocal mu VAzs R. Crawford Tells How Ccticcra Healed Eczem "Ecaeroa broke out in small pim ple under my arms, back at my ear and on my cngars. It became Itchy and burned and formed white blisters, which broke and left the affected part sore. I used several salve an 4 oint ment which rave bo relief. I was advised by friend to Cuticura Soap and Ointment which I did, and after using three cake of Cuticura Soap and two boze of Cuticota Ointment I was completely healed." (Signed) Mis Ruth Crawford, 33 Fairmont St., Maiden, Mas. Cuticura Soap daily, with Cattenm Ointment occasionally, prevent! pimple or other eruptions. Tbeyare a pleasure to use, as i also Cuticura Talcum, fascinating fragrance for perfuming the skin. k tt HaO. SSShm! "Ostfcm tafc. wrt.Pt.. Italia . Mass." Boldmr. a-hsrs. SetpSt. OkMSudKi. Taleamasc. And Injured Two Male Mill Workers at Pawtucket POLICE DETAINS , . QNK SUSPECT Lives of 17. Persons in the House Were Endangered ass 1 ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Pawtucket. R. I., June 22. Louis Frates is detained at the police station for examination in connection with the bomb explosion at a house in Elm street, occupied by mill workers, late last night. The bomb shattered the front of a three-tenement building and broke windows and otherwise damaged adjoining houses Two men were in jured but not seriously and the lives of 17 persons in the house were placed in 'jeopardy. The men injured are James Pina, cut on the arm, lace and body by glass, and Totios Datros who was thrown .out of bed by the explo sion and cut on the face by glass and bruised. Soon aftetr the explosion, deputy sheriffs, who are guarding mill prop, erty in the city, assisted the police Victor Texara, the owner of the house, told the police that Frates had threat ened him about a week ago and had advised him to get rid of tenants who were employed m mills affected by the strike. Frates, who lives in the vicinity, wss afterwards identified by Texara ' and taken to the police sta tion but no charge has yet been entered on the blotter. . Needed at Dances And the Sea Shore (Aids to Besuty.) Here is a home treatment for remov ing hair that is quick, painless and in expensive: With some powdered dela toae and water make enough paste to thickly cover the objectionable hairs, apply and after 2 or 3 minutes rub off, wash the skin sad it will be left soft. clear and hairless. This treatment will not mar the skia, but to avoid disap pointment, be careful to get real dela- tone. Mix fresh as wanted. adv. TURTLE? CO! TMasjesmele kW hmr IM mw k. la th nctm mt the mm ShaaM roa n4 daria kaaaaoiaaama; Um am t wi). M it la aasy Is r4 tbam wtt tba asa .( the Naw i sseutai r. u. q. trasay Perils Qaiataa.) Ke BMftac new Um thar n (ml aah mm wW thar caaaa front. P. D Q. will kill than m their e U Ixjajd tr e4 ait Hat aa inase miar. a W ar mni will auara elaUiing, sad will aetaaJty ktU fetatka. Kaacbaa. Ceotiaa. Bed Bvea, Flaae aa4 Aata and ata aa eartastonc ta the Fsat? Drrfla. ae it lauiii f anti-a iwniiM IaipaaeiM tar taaa ta exist with Ms anew asa. Gat fnaa rear th-aeat f a e ate aaekaaa. tkki WW ajaka aeaart; aach, aarkasa iiaiaa a I spaat ta r"1 tbaai la taa bard-ta-ct at- aw Spaoal Hospital aa4 Hotel aixa Mint ararmllaaa. P D. Q rmm aaa a aarchaaad ta lioe ana ta a hanar Snttta ask natantaaaat ta aaeh aaafcata Yob PraaYiat ka Haeeaa r It fat pa. r Flera1 6. RaaaalL ancrwl AaV. I I - Women, .read the Household Pases in to day's Boston Globe. Tell your neighbors about the Boston Globe's House hold Department. Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not get ting the genuine Bayer product pre scribed by physicians over twenty-two years and proved safe by millions for colds, headache, toothache, earache, neu ralgia, lumbago, rheumatism, neuritis, and for pain in. general. Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tab lets cost few cents. Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and 100. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Sahcylicacid. adv. . , " A Marrow Escape. Young Jenkins had ' asked his em ployer if he raighf have the aftc-rnoon off to attend his grandmother's funer al, and old as the gag was, it worked. An rour later he was about to pur chase an admission to the baseball ground' when who did he see standing beside him but the boss himself. Young Jenkins aid not lose his wits, how ever, instead or putting his money down, he turned to the ticket seller and said in a tone loud enough for his employer to hear. "Would you kindly direct me to the cemetery T" NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago , Philadelphia 3 (called in sixth, rain). Cincinnati-Boston, postponed, rain. St. Louis-New York, postponed, rain. Brooklyn 15, Pittsburg 4. National League Standing. sic. " Her voice is verv sweet and hir solo work is delightful to listen to. Miss Rose Holland, who teaches n Winsted, Conn., is at the home of ter parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Holland, for her summer vacation. Miss Holland has aa a guest, Miss Mary McCsffcy, also of V insted, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knox of Bel lows Fslts were visitors in town over Tuesday night, guests Ot Miss Kather ine Hartley. Mrs. Knox will Ke pleas antly remembered here as Nellie Hrn- nessey. Among those to go to Camp JVv- ens to the school of msruction wh.ch is being held this week, are Captain M. A. Campbclf, Lieut. James Oviick shank, Lieut. C. A. Werner, Corporals Robert Grsnt, Fullam, Coutts, Fisher, Miles, Privates Wellar, Palmer, Grant, Colby, King, J. Cruickshank, Batchet- der, Gallia, LaForest, Plaotridge, Aiken, O'Grady and Lyon. Major Charles V. Us r her is also at Camp Devens for the school of instruction. Mis Helen -Crarnton wss given a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. F. A. rpneer Saturday afternoon, there being about thirty friends pres ent, who brought gifts to Mias Cram-1 ton with their very best wishes and i hearty congratulations. The occasion1 was ia honor of Miss Crafn ton's ap proaching marriage to Alfred Graham,! who wss formerly i . M. C. A. direr. tor at Norwich university, and is now in business in llontresl. Miss Cram ton has been most efficient librarian at Carnegie library at Norwich univer sity tor several years and has made a large circle of friends and acquaint ancet who will be sorry to hear tftat she ia t leave town, but will extend the heartiest congratulations and very best wishes to Tier. Miss Graos Latham, who is having a vacation from her duties in the office of A. E. Plastriiiire, hat tone to Worcester, Mars., to visit her sister, Mrs. Perley Davis. Prof. C. C. Brill of Illion, X. T., who was formerly instructor a Norwtrh university, and a resident here for some time, has deeded his property know aa the Evans bouse, situated en Central street, at the foot of Nor wich university hill, to the universitv. The house is now occupied bv W. M. Downer's ft mi) v. Mrs. George Innis of Milford. Mass., is visiting at the borne of her son, Wil- im Innis, on North street. Hilartsa Dawson of Boston is spend ing a tew days in town. Mr. Dawson s a graduate of Norwich university ia the class of 1K0. Won Lost Pet. New York 37 21 .633 St. Louis 33 . 2 .5,"9 Brooklyn 3'i 23 .52.1 Pittsburg , 2S 2" .500 Chicago ..;,...'..., 2 ' 29 .402 Cincinnati ; 2! 32 .47S Boston 24 34 .40 Philadelphia ...... . 1!) 34 .'' .352 AMERICAN LEAGUE. YOU can depend ,on So cony gasoline as thor oughly as you do on your supply of drinking water, for it is tested just as carefully. Great delivery trucks use Socony for their long, heavy hauls. So do scores of fire engines, hundreds of ambu lances, thousands of doctors and a great host of motorists with long experience. Its dependability insures best re sults and has made it the most popular gasoline. mm ess. ear. , Every gallon (fependafifrcveiyvhcK lip Soft Collar SHIRTS Not only are they great com fort producers, but they are very stylish this season. ' We have them in white, stripes and solid colors. The boys are on they re r ing em. . $1.00 to $4.00 Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner& Marx Clothes Barre'a Leading Clothiers, w :". 122 North Main St. . TeL 275-M, STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW Y 26 Broadway ORK New York 7, Cleveland 3. Washington 4, Chicago 5. Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 0. Boston 0, Detroit 8. American League Standing. Won Lost St. Louis .. New York . Detroit ...... Cleveland ... Chicago Washington Philadelphia Boston 38 37 33 30 30 30 23 24 25 27 20 32 32 33 32 33 Tct. ?m ..578 . .532 .484 .48 .476 .420 .407 4 ? Pnr nont Inforoct 4 I U I W U II 1 I II I U I U U I PER YEAR Paid Since July 1, 1921 Guaranteed to Dec. 31, 1922 . JULY 1, 1921, we guaranteed that interest at the rate cf 4 per cent per annum would be paid on all savings deposits for the period ending December 31, 1921 This guarantee was fulfilled on December 31, 1921. , , JANUARY 1, 1922, we again guaranteed that on all savings deposits we would pay interest at the rate of 434 per cent per annum for the period ending June 30, 1922. This guarantee will be carried out on June 30, 1922. AGAIN WE ANNOUNCE that interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum will be paid by this Bank on all savings deposits for the period ending December 31, 1922. This promise for the period beginning July 1, 1922, car ries with it the same guarantee as the guarantees made by us for the past year. , THE FINANCIAL CONDITION , OF THIS BANK MAKES THIS PROMISE ABSOLUTELY SAFE, BOTH TO ITS DEPOSITORS AND TO THE BANK. Write us and we will tell you how you can safejy send your money to us. All accounts small or large are solicited. Taxes are paid by the bank. Money deposited in our savings department on or before Tuesday, July 13, will draw interest from July 1. The Burlington Trust Company BURLINGTON, VERMONT " Jimmy's Jeke. Jimmy, at the circus, said to his fa ther as they stood in front of the gi raffe. "Pa, how ran they aay that this thing belongs to the .fewer animals?" Boston Transcript. , , PLAimiELD M. D. Chittenden, state supervisor of high schools, will be in Plainfield Tues day, June 27, to discuss the senior high school proposition. Sensationalism. Bishop Moss of Nashville wss talk ing about church sensationalism. Some ministers, he ssid, "give us moving pictures. Others rive us ptavs. Others still hsve themselves lit up ith colored lights ahile preaching, as on the ite. "Tbst sort of thing i not wise. It reminds vnr of little Willie. somhow. 'Little Willie's father took him to u!Klsy whool for the first time one Minds v. sM on the wsv home in order to see if the youngster had lesrned any tlimg fce asked; - -Wno wss it killed Gol.ath." " 1 dunno." a4 little Will:. 1 w settia' in a M'k seat Md couldn't ." " Ixu.fvi: Couner-JouroaL o awMWMBianwiaisiiaiiMaiianaiiiiiiiitMMiiiiiwiiMnl !r 7 ILrfT Tin n ff kfi aawf---"'" 1 a , U Wtrh the Valla's Oaarbaae VaJ-rae all ao. ff iA aloaad twtnlae la alV. With VaUaaforaa ff V, ea4 atito aratam poattlvalr Wtxtoatlo ff evarv tnovina part, saaa piataa Blaa, If . A. wlththa ValVaWrle4sraaaahaA W "ft with aar brensa-baakad baartna. jff With Solidity aa4 Balaaaa jff that atatlnalsh Valla A? from all athera. y u 4v at Here is the greatest Motor ever offered. Built in Velie'a own Motor Plant The exclusive equipment of Velie's New Model 58 car. A wonderful Motor! With Velie's overhead valves all enclosed running in oil. With Velie's force-feed oiling system positively lubri cating every moving part even rAe piston pins. With Velie's big balanced crankshaft with four bronze-backed bear ings. Positive freedom from vibration. You never knew a motor could be so quiet and so steady at all speeds from six to sixty miles an hour. Absolutely dirt, grit and dust proof. A perfection in design never before realized. It's performance ia phenomenal. All the new 1922 Velie Models open and closed are equipped with the marvelous Velie-Built Motor. The most beautiful cars you have ever seen. Let us show you. Drown Motor Gar Co. lfiO College St., Burlington, Vt. 46 No. Main St. Barre, Vt. ;qgi.$ja liRS? ?Sl S'sliJU ilVlMir 'i vMsQU? i C. L. NOR R 13 SuaariataaoVat Mstar Deaartmat The Men of the Organization Serving Yott THE testing and maintenance of the 5.856 electric meters in the territory served by this Company is a work requiring the highest technical skill. The work of the meter depart ment is under the personal super vision of Mr. Norris, Who has been with our organization for ten years. This department now employs five men. who are engaged in testing not only meters, but many other kinds of electrical apparatus used in generating and transmitting and measuring electric power. This is one of the most important depart ments in the service rendered by a modern central station. Mr. Norris is not only respon sible for the accurate operation of all meters in our territory, but he also has charge of the installation and maintenance of transformers, lightning arrestors, and the switches controlling the high ten sion system in our Barre substa tion. Every meter is thoroughly tested in Mr. Norris department before it goes into service, and is regularly inspected to insure cor rect measurement. MONTPELIER & BARRE LIGHT & POWER COMPANY