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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., UT.IJXESDAT. JULY J, 1022.
REAL BULLETS IN SHAM BATTLE NO DOMINATION BY GLASSES BS3 KEEP YOUR FLASHLIGHTS READY FOR INSTANT USE WITH EVEREADY BATTERIES li ad Your Iron Today? One Spectator Killed And Two Wounded at Pitts-' burgh, Kan. Governments, Cannot Tol erate It, Declared Pres. Harding LEGION WAS PUTTING ON CELEBRATION RIGHT TO LABOR - WAS DEFENDED There Is One Theory , That Bullets Were Intended For Some One in Crowd Greatest Traitor ; Is He ; Who Appeals to Preju dice and Passion Thct', an Evetwdy Flashlight . complete for every purpoee from f l.JS up o 4.00 , AN EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN , A LIFE PRESERVER - You've never seen anything like this Eveready Spotlight ! Just the thing take along on your vacation! For motor boating,' canoeing, or. rowing, to show your location to approaching boats, pick up moorings,, find landing places. Its long range makes it indis pensable for motorists, to read road signs and attend to emergency work about the car; for Boy Scouts and campers; for every outdoor purpose where a portable light is needed. Shoots Ja oo-ft. beam of electric brilliance! Try out this Eveready Spotlight at once. ' M O N E Y:B AC K OFFER Try out the wonderful Eveready Spotlight. Buy one of any dealer for 3.7. Use it over night, flashing its 300-ft. beam near and far. If you want to return it next day, the dea!r will refund your money without argument. (Frankly, you will keep it. No one wants to art with an Eveready Spotlight after trying it out.) m Eveready Flashlight Batteries give a brighter light; last longer; fit and improve all makes of flashlights. For sale everywhere by electrical, hardware, sporting goods, drug, and auto accessory shops; garages; general stores. , FLASHLIGHTS & BATTERIES Pittsburgh, Ka., July 5. One specta tor wag killed and two wounded by steel jacketed bullets mysteriously fired during a sham battle by .mem ber of 'the American Legion as a Fourth of July celebration. !. Glenn' Harry. 18, is dead. Mr. Charles Pebuy and Edward , O'Connor, a policeman, were wounded. All three were standing cloe. together in the ctowd which gave rise to the theory that the shots were aimed at some one in the crrfwd marked for death. Legion men . declared positively that their rides had fired only blanks. ORANGE COUNTY COURT. Balance of Business Done at Term Ad journed June 30. Chelsea, Julv 5. During the week ending June 30 Orange was naazed in the WELLS RIVER The Wells River church has recently issued its first church calendar giving the hours of service together with or der of service. It also gives the dates of the activities of the different organ izations connected with the ehurch and states that during the month of Aug ust the church will be closed. Woodnville celebrated its first dol'.ir day last Saturday but due to rainy weather the crowd was small. Lieut. Wood of Randolph did elunts for the public with his airplane and in the days before and after carried several people up to look over the landscape. In the afternoon in the ball game be tween Woodsville and Franklin, Woods vile lost a four-inning contest, which was called on account of rain by , the score of ft to 5. Mr. French and wife left with a party of friends for I-ake Dunmore, where they will camp for a few weeks. Fourth of July was qirWly celebrat ed. The old time noie was missing and the old time fun. Puhlc oflictjs. and the stores were closed all day. Roads have been cleared and are passable in nearly all directions.- Cul verts at the south end have been bridged as have the onea on the New. Hampshire side. The Barre road Is still badly Nva shed 'but is passable. Autoist are advised to use extreme care in traveling over this road. Travel Is open to the north by leaving the Village over Schafter hill and crossing the remaining washouts over tempor ary bridges. The men liave worked hard to keep travel tten and deserve credit. IVtmir signs mark all exits from the village. CABOT "Too Many Crooks" will be in Cabt Friday, July 7. The? are not going to make you give up xpur diamond., watches or other valuables, but are go ing, to separate you from a few hearty laughsT .ellie Gill Players. Dancing after the play. adv. jJHealth is wealth, itself - and depends more rjpon the selection of proper food than upon anything else. The reason is simple the right kind of food digests promptly and is absorbed into the blood for -building sound tissue; while food that digests slowly mty ferment and lead to serious conditions. Grtpe-Nuts the delicious cereal food made from whole wheat Sour and mailed barley is so easy to digest that evea delicate people and young chil dren thrive on it. This is only natural, because Grape-Nuts is baked for 20 hours, which transforms and partially pre-digests the starch elements, resulting in easy di gestion and quick assimilation. ' Served with milk or cream Grape-Nuts is a complete food and along with its nutritive qualities is that wonderful flavor! "There's a Reason" for GrapC-NiltS Sold by grocers everywhere Made by Tostum Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Creek, Michlgm. count v court trial of criminal and divorce cases as follows: Adelene ft. Conelwid vs. Fred 0. Ctfpeland. The parties resided in Ran dolph and .Mrs. (opeland is a teacher in the public' school of Rochester. Bill granted for willful desertion. John C. Sherburne of Randolph appeared for the libellant, and the case was uncontest ed, '" Stevens J. Johnson vs. Annie John son. The libellimt .reside in Chelsea and the libellee in Bradford. , Bill granted for a statutory cause. Mill- ward C, Taft appeared for the libel lant. , ' W. J. Philhrick vs. ellie Philbrick. Libelant resides in Bradford Bill granted for willful desertion anil cus tody of minor son d.'crecd to libeila-it and custody of minor daughter decreed to libelee. J. B. Campbell of St. Johns burv appeared for the libellant. .Mabelle M. Kelley vs. Curtis S. Kel ler. Parties reside in Bradford. Uill granted for intolerable severity aud custody of minor- children decreed to libellant. Hugh W. Hastings of Brad ford appeared for the libellant. ,' Mary A. McDonald vs. Donald H. McDonald. Parties reside in Washing ton. This case was hotly contested and occupied the attention of the court for three davs in taking the testimony and was entered with the court for de termination. Harry Witters and J. A. Longmore of St. Johnsbury appeared for the libellant and John W. Uordin of Barre City and Hale K. Darling of Chelsea appeared for the libellee. Arthur u. Itoss v. Heilc I., t rosa. Libellant reside in Braintree and the libellee in Massachusetts. Bill granted for willful desertion. M. M. Wilson appeared for the libellant. . Kdith R. Blodgett vs. Henry P. Blod gett. Parties re-ide in JVillianistown. Bill granted for neglect and refusal to support and custody of minor child de creed to libellant. J.Ward Carver f , Barre appeared for the libellant. , Ksther R. Hatch vs. Henry C. Uf ' Libellant resides in Randolph and I belee in Florida. Bill grantd for adul tery. Custoily of minor child dn-iei to libellant. John C. Sherburna ar peared for libellant. . Henry C. Hyzer vs. F.lla T. Hywr Parties reside in Kamlolph. Bill gram ed for intolerable severity. March M WiNon appeared for the libelant. In the case of State vs. Arthur L. Ladd of Orange, ennticted on trial 1 jury . las( week, the resnondent ap peared on Wednesday and was sen tenced to state prison fnr a term of not lc than two and one-hnlf veir . nor thh the years f.r adultery ami was committed to that intituti n on Saturday, July I, hy Sheriff Dear born. State vs. Alfred Klliott. The re pondent, a young mao of twenti years, appeared in court on June and pledel guilty to the c.ime of burglaryT From the reprcsentiitioii of the state's attorney, th: young man entered in the nijht tim- a rertun store in Fairlee, lir he had recently been employed, but after he bad be-n discharged by the proriefr. The clai'n of the respondent as that he entered the store to get some personal effert whioh belonged to him that were la the store, and it did not app-ar that he took anything from he store, not even the personal effects which be claimed lie was after. The court lonkt-J upon this episode as a distinct viola tion of. law, although it lacked the element of intent to injure his 1o:mf employer. A sentence to stats prison for a term of nt les than six no more than fifteen monfhs i impos-J and the' respondent ordered t pay the cot of prosecution, r.xccution of tee prison entaoe-was suspended and the respondent placed on probation duiing the maximum term' of hi sentence. tate vs. Harold B. Hill. 1 be To spondent. a youth of seventeen years who resides in Chel-ea. a brought into court on the information of the tate a attorney charging him ith a breach of the peace, which consisted in in tinwaranted fUtir attack upon one Fred Sanborn of t helsea. ho wsnt to the mat on th second run h of Hill's, which hit him siuar in the pit of the stomach, precipitating his diaphracm into the roof of ht mou'.H. The roung man ileall gmlty to tde charie and was sentenced to the pne f forretio for term of !" b than three mon'b nor more than 12 monihs an-t ordered t pay tbe eot of prf iition F.e-ition of the pn rn sentence n stayed and th re spondent placed on proimti-n until far ther ordr of finrt. At th !. of tH dsv tr-.i-.a on Jm 3. the ri':rt a rrn-t fr an rwiefinite prvvt and it is ep-t that hfor t n -rt if etn ar a loe -r d rf iudje w iJI go to Bradord . tak up a fer t-nnry and rrnl f in hwh it d hn (cind tvt rr- oiiris 1 is a'm-st r imi tated lb l-a.- rg of ;.hos cases t?". Marion, 0.( July S- (By the Asso ciated Press). Governments cannot tolerate any elu. or grouped domina tion through force,. President Harding declared yesterday in an address at. a home-coming r centennial ' celebration here. ' " .. . Addressing thousands of "home folks" and out of town-visitors who had gathered to welcome him back to Marion for his' first yiajt, since, hi,a. in auguration, the executive told his au dience he- meant to "sound no note of pessimism." Thi republic is secure." he added. "Menaces do arise, but public opinion will efface them.. Meanwhile govern ment must repress them." - -- . Commenting in a general way on the j industrial situation, the presjdQnt .made this observation: ''A free American has the right to la bor without any others leave. It would be nq less an abridgement to deny m?:i to bargain collectively' and ' goverii ments cannot tolerate any class or group domination through force. It will be a sorry day when group domination j i -reflected in our laws. Government' and the laws which government is I charged with enforcing, must be for all j the people ever aiming at the common 1 good." . j "The president declared with empha sis that his -"one outstanding eonv;.-? tion," after sixteen months in ,. the White HnusQ, was that the "grratei.t traitor to his country- i he who ap peal to prejudice and inflames passion, when sober judgment and honest speech are so necessary to firmly establi h tranquility and security." J Referring briefly to international r'-j lations of the I nited Slates .Mr. HaM- ing said that "all is well," , "They are securer to-day with more ' auring prospect of peace than evr before in the history of the republic. New guarantee has recently been add- j ed, bv the very process of exchanging;' viewpoints and bringing the spokesmen -DayLiinch DeKcious Hot Sun- Best lunch is two packages of Little Maid Raisins and a glass of milk. Tastes good when you're hungry. Nourishes yet keeps you cool. Raisin's 75 per cent fruit sugar is in prac tically predigested form, furnishing 1560 calorics of energizing nutriment per pound.. Doesn't tax digestion so doesn't heat the blood, yet energizes almost, immediately. ; Big men eat little lunches ta conserve their thinking power. Don't overeat and lag behind the leaders. . Get two packages of Little Sun-Maids now. , Little S Maids un- Between-Meal Raisins 5c Everywhere in ' Little Red Packages 1 v - Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION ro HDGtSnOHh of great nations to the conference ta ble and for the exchange of views, and to resolve to do together thowi fine and nobler things which no one nation could do alone." At the outset of hia address the pres ident told his fellow townsmen it wa ' ' escecdingly good to tome home and meet wun you again. 6 Bell-ans Hot wafer Sure Relief ELL-ANS 25 and 75 Packaja Cvwryvber Some Reputation. WillisI'm off the drinking stuff for life. I never realised until last nisht 1 how mortified mr wife must have been all these years. . Gillis-Ilow so! "I anient the evening at home for the flrt time in months, and between the hours of 12 and 5 a. m. the taxicab drivers deposited seven different lows on our front steps, and a! fct- j them were too drunk to tell where they 1 of lived." Judge. W, "J ."' inns mi it un m l-.antlWi aininiirt n mm Cofente D'ea all fabrics-Tablet frorm IS colors 15c and 25c At drug and department stores. Two Sides Tlie alert business man dealinc; with present day conditions knows that the big word to-day is "Turnover." Whether he.be a merchant, manufac turer, jobber, or banker, he sees that one thing with a clear vision unbiased by the limits of his own business. It is in the air, and on the tip of every tongue. And yet many of. them entirely -too many are thinking on only one side of TAirnover.- They-think of it as meaning rapid selling putting money in and getting it out quickly and at ' a' profit They realize that they must "put greatly increased efforts back .of, all. their plans for selling and dis tribution. The other half of Turnover is te consumer All selling plans and efToits fail if -the consumer doesn't want to buy. His desire for the product must be created. He must meet tne seller half way. He must be in a mood to buv before the salesman "meets him across the counter. That is the function of Advertising 01 Turnover to create, consumer demand and consumer preference. With this de mand as a fact all selling plans have a chance to succeed. Without it they fajl. The only chance for salesman ship to succeed without an existing demand is for salesmanship to a?sume the task that belongs to advertising the task of creating demand. , If the present efforts that are being put into selling were amply supported by a corresponding effort to create consumer demand through Advertis ing, the business conditions of this country wou!d be rapidly changed into an era of great prosperity in spite of Old World conditions and everything else. The proof of this is in the fact that right now, under these very con ditions, the manufacturers who are putting proper emphasis on creating a demand for their product, as well as selling it, are doing a big business and are actually getting the high turnover that others are trying so s.lren;cujs!y to get through intensive sfllirj. PM:ske4 by tit Barre Daily Tinea, ia e-eprat!i witi Ike Aaaeneaa Astacutiea of Adverturri Aseaciee