THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, ,VT TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1922.
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By Irish National Troops
Against Republican .
If You Are :
; Too . Tired to Eat
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla. A well
known Justice of the Peace in Indi
ana aaya Jloud'a Sarsaparilla makes
"food taale good." After" taking
three bottles fie en,ts 3 hea
ft (Jayi works (isrij apft elee;
A eratttl'u wuaan writ
earnestly recommend all -women
whQ wish to fee B4a ?ew, pf who
are troubled with that tirea feeling,
to Jake Hood's - 8assaparilla. It
wonderfully relieved, nie of sour
stomach, distress and belching."
6t HfioS's, and pnjy Hod'g,
The -Nationals Now Hold
Dublin, July 18. (By the Associated
Press), Talk in Dublin t-day contin
ues l eenter around epproaehing op
erations on a big scale against the He
publican irregulars. '
Meanwhile patkmal army troops
Qntiuus to report scattered successes.
Including the prisoners captured by
Frea Ejtafa troops during the recent
nhtifif ?1 PuWiB, tha National qow
hpid apnroxirastely 9,000 prisoners,
The iMviupt Joy apd Kilmainba.rn pris.
ons are said to be fjjled., ,
Barry Wills Knocked Out Jeff darke
'. Wtnnlpeg Man:; -. July" 18. Harry
Wills,- mgro-j- heaywighi and chal
lenger lo.V.. Jack. Berapsey's heavy?
vvpigl. erpwp, knoeVei, out JefJ Ljarlo,
negro pi Jpplin.lia., in ths third round
of a'scheduled ten-round bout last
Es alais Wips Aiftin After Drop
V Ptng Two, '.'",'; ,i:.
.Easf Calais, Julj ' 8-fiast-' Calais
eUy defeated panv jlJe" " at .sC Ca.U
ais last (Saturday by the aware f 18 t&
. This cajne as a surprise t every
one as Danville 1S8 fc'Op (6Very EWe
this mm mi w mti&l t fi p
a goad fight. They- were hamjiespped
however, by the absence of thpis reg
ular pitolier.' They were helpless before
the. pitching of (Silver, who won his
fifth game, striking opt H men and al
lowing only five hits, tyford; eaught a
good game, and was there with vthe
stiefe. "frown made the hit of the game,
hitting pns into ths woods. Panvtlle
pitchers h(4 aeven (strikeouts to their
eredjt but f alais got ?0 hit for ft to-;
ta( p.f 94 bases, The score: j
To Consider Further Evi
dence in Murder at Win
JOHN D LAWHORN
IS A WITNESS
Pittsburg 8, Brooklyn 8.
Cincinnati S, Boston f.
t'htcAP'ft at vttii4tiictii4 a- ,
- Jrtjnai League Standing.
Won " Iost
ew York ,
St. lUI8 ,
Chicago . , . .
t'inciHat . ,
Brooklyn . . .
V AMERICAN LEAGUE.
D?tMit Bnton T,
Chicago 8, iw orli J, . ;
Cleveland 5.,Philad(ilphi 0.
St. LeniS'Washingtnn, rajn,
American' Lsgw SUnding.
'- W V Levi
t?t. Louis . . . . sa ' 36
New York ,..,. 4. :
Detroit v., ,"V,ti ' 42
cieve'soi ,M., 4 -
Wapjilnirtoa ,,.,. " '""41
PhilAdelphfs, i vv 4 "
Boston v. Vt ",'.', ,Vi' 5 60
J-yford . . .
jtiller ' ; .,
. Totals -
H. B. Peck
Who Was Accused by John
Tindall of Having Cpm
DOES HOT WTO
Boston,' July 18,-s-A special session
of the Middlesex county grand jury
was called tq cnaiiler further evujence
in connectiop with . the murder of
Ealph W, Brewster, Boston and Maine
station agent, who was killed in the
Winchester d.Pt last April Among
the witnesses, before tha grand jury
was Private John Dewey La whom e
the Marine corps, accused by John
Tipdall of having wnimitted the crime
Tindall is an ex-piarine and is sa
to be an acquaintance of La whom.
40 4 6 U It T
' ''.', : ,?f 4intl9HI SociaUjf, ',
Elsis-wTliak nan bewsd to
Ethel. ..-" ;- -
Ethel J Inteas, but 1 didn't ear 4
"Don't you knew him- wsllf'
'5"et ory ad4 bssidss, on has -to
diw thf Una somewhere. Jfe ha4 .
fit in our frost -garden ones, and ever
since he ka elaiwod-aeuaintance.
Stray-gterws. - - ; - - -
Three-base hjts, jQuernsey, Lyford,
Qaleotine, Twobasa hits, Morse,
Brown, Silver 2, Lyford. gott, Wilier-
Hits, off Silver g. aff Cajcnjmi 10, nff
Warrill 10, Htolea haseji Guernsey. SU
w, Kelly. Base pp blj, by fiilvsr 1,
hy 0leagni I. Struek out, hy Silver H,
by .L'aleagnt 4, by MarrilJ 3. L tnpire,
Stoddard, fii orer, Qearpe. '
"A man was awskened In the nlg'fit
to find - his wife weeping .un.;ontrn(
lMly. " ,!My; dsrHng,11 he . exclaimed,
wha$ js the metfert'' -
"A dream," she gasped, "I've bad
Her hUfband Iijtkr4 hef to tell it
to him so that he might comfort her.
After long persuasion, the said: 4
"I thought . I was walking in the
street and I came to a warehouse with
the sign on iK 'JJusbands for sale.'
Yeu got beautiful Cnes for (5000 or
even for $300, nltherp wjre seme
very fair ones lor $.00!,, '
The hbni Innocently, "Did
you see any that looked like me?"
The sobs -increased. "Dpiens of
them," atid the wife si soon as she
eould ipesk." "Ppsens and they were
donff'trp tn Punches tike asparagus and
soM - foe $2.0." PiMeburg - Chreftiele
Ttlegrsn. i..v.. ,
WlilTE SQX COMING
VP VERY STRONGLY
rrn t rr-- '
Taok Their Third Straight Victory
From New York By Score of
;"".".'' ' 8 to 7.
New York, July J8.-Taking their
third straight victory from the Yen
kees after eleven innings, 8 to 7, the
White Sox to-dsy were only 2 I
games from the second place New
Yorkers Slid entertaining strong pen
nant aspirations. v
After a four-run rally, including
homers by Hooper and Mostil, ap
parently had sewed up the game in the
eighth, the Yankees came back to tie
the score in the ninth, only to see the
White box put over the winning tally
off Mays In the Uth oo pinch hitter
ptronk's single, Ba.be Ruth clouted
his 15th homer in the seventh."
ine t. ivouia-Washington game wss
stopped by rain in the third with the
8ena.tors shead 4-to 1, but the
Browns had their lesd increased to two
games as result of the Ysnkees" de
. If voob and us) jspeoker were
nrominlent in their teams' victories
the Tigee leader clouting out Ave hits
inrludjijg double and jmmer, as his
club trounced Boston lfl to 7, while
ths Cleveland nsannger's double and
triple helped Uhle check Philadelphia
5 to 0. ,
With their leadership of the Nation
tl league race threatened, h Ciiants
got to Bill Desk in the early innings
for enough rune to take the third
game of the scries front St. Louis 9 to
i, and increase their margin at the
top to a game and a half.
Chicago's eighth inning rally best
Philadelphia 3 to 2; Brooklyn returned
to the west and dropped another gams
to Pittsburgh 8 to 5, when Vance blew
UP in the eighth; while Daubert's
triple and Pinelli's singU gave Cincin
nati victory over Boston in the tenth
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the lowest possible cost the same "everywhere.,.
50 af GENUINE FORD PARTS Retail
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ASK FOR PARTS PRICE LIST
Wfcenyour. Ford car, truck, or
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Fordson tractor needs atten-
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Montpelier, 58 'r State Street, Te. 72-W.
; ASHFOKD, NKWTOBK.
X tried several kiads t physio for
oyer tlireg year anf af course, while
I took it every uighl my bowels would
move; but as soon as I stepped
taking phygio, I would bo Oonstip
ted and, woul4 hvo Piles terribly.
. j bought one at "iw.H hm'
and took them. Now J am not
troubled any more with Constipation
or Piles. "Frult-a-tires" or "Vt
TaLUt'Utl after-effecta aad pOW J
do not bave to use physio".
Mr, JOHN CAPOZZL
0e k feox, 6 for 12 50, trfal wt 25c.
At dealer arfrow FRUIT, ACTIVES
limited, 0QDEN3BUIU, N.Y,
John R. Montgomery Dis
covered Breaking Into
GOT BULLET IN -
: LEFT SHOULDER
Tlie Duxbury and Waterbury home
bureau will hold joint meeting with
Mrs. Otis Cohort Thursday, July 20,
with a basket liipch. In the, afternoon
Miks 'ieanqr Sutherland, a ppeeislist,
will give a dyeing demonstration, to
which all women ere invited. Any
one may bring as many garmcnta as
they wquld like to hays a.dvcs. on re
garding Ui? dyeing.' ,
Among those from here who are tak
ing a course in study at the summer
school held at the Lniversity af Ver
mont are Mrs. Graoe Hayes, Miss Kate
Mehuroa, Miss Olive V. May, Miss
Derothy Towns, Miss Inea Carroll,
Miss Harriett L. Mehuron. '
The condition of Edwin F, Palmer
remains about the same.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Irlch
over Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Kd
ward Irish and Harold Irish of Under
bill and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irish
and baby of Fairfax.
All Kinds fleeded.
Reuhen Longfellow said that in
this worW man roust Pe eitner anvil
Olyn Ho, was wrong. Some wen
are neither they'ra merely (jellows.
Montgomery Is Now Un-!
der Guard in a Hospital
Brookline, Mas?., July 18. Reserve
Offioer John J. Duffy, shot John Rich
rd Montgomery of Boston through
the left shoulder last night yhen he
discovered the. roan In the act of break
ing (nto the residenc? ef William R.
Cordiply in the Chestnut Pill district
Montgomery was placed, under arrest
by the officer and then removed to
hospital where -to-day he" was under
CHARITY I NAMES.
Whpn a map drifts into the thirties
waiting a convenient time to start his
life insurance. Insure and be sure. In-
cream as your earning capacity in
creases. Consult us. National Life Ins.
Co. Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, gen
eral agent, 45 State street, Montpelier,
Vt,; Li. d. Seager, local agent.
No Trouble to Keep
Skin Free from Hairs
(The Modern Beauty.)
There is no need for any woman to
countenance superfluous hairs, becaiwe
with a paste made by mixing some
powdered delstone with water it is
easy to get rid of them. The paste is
applied for 2 to 8 minutes, then rubbed
off and the skin washed. This treat
ment will rid the skin of hair without
Would Not Use Those Words Which
Suggest Misfortune or Mistakes
A Senate committee hss favorably
reported Representative Vpt(m' House
bill providing that the institution
known as the "East Louisiana hospi
tal for the insane" be hereafter called
the "East Louisiana state hospital."
The purpose of the measure is to drop
the word "insane" and It is a kindly
and thoughtful suggestion. .The objec
tionable word us one which never
should have been used in the beginning
its employment being born of a cal
loused old custom of the land which,
we are glad to say, has been disappear
ing in recent years. Little difference
it makes to the person who is not or
who has pot been confined in such an
institution what it is called, but to the
less fortunate it makes a big difference
The specialists in charge deal largely
with psychological problems ana it s
highly important that the patient be
kept free from all depressing influences
Certainly it does not help the patient
to be constantly reminded that lie is in
a hospital lor the insane and upon
dismissedal it muust be humilating the
confess that be has been an Inmate of
such a plat.
Once it was popular to call hospi
tals of this sort "insane asylums'' and
the practice still prevail to a regret
tahle extent If there is anything at
aalt in the theory that cheerful enviur
ment is a requisite of proper treat,
ment such ugly measures of identities,
t ion should never be used. Yet an "in
sane asylum" is but one degree worse
than "hospital for the Insane," For a
number of years the tendency has been
under way to depart from the old
prs-ctioe of conferring "hardboiled"
title upon all institutions for unfor
tunates "Reform ''schools' have been
disappearing. "Poor houses" are not
so numerous.' while there has even
been a drift swut from such designa
tions as "Old Men's Home" and Old
Women s Home." Let th good work
lesving a blemish, but care "should be . , jt j, worthy humenitsrian
taken to that yoq get real dela-1 movement. New Orleans Times
tone. Mix fresh as wanted adv. j Plcsyune. -
V&5h With Cttkiro Sp
and! lave a Clear Sio
Bathe wKSt&i Soap'suST "Bbt "vi
let on rising and feeing, using
plenty of goap. Jf any signs f pirn-,
plea, redness o roughness are pres
ent smear with the Ointment and
let it remain f.vo minutes before
bathing. Alway include tbeCuticurf
Talcum fai you toil preparations,
Stapl iMk Ftm br lUU. Addrm: "Oattam bb.
M.toriM.D.pt.Slir MI4 um." 8oidnrr
wbm. 8op Oinkmot St and. Tlo S.
EiiT CuSicure Sm ! wntsn.
Secret Worth Learning. ...
Red In the face with hurry and ex
citement, the suburban resident rushed
into the police station and exclaimed)
"They say you have caught the man
who broke into my house the night ba;
fore last " , '
"Yes," replied the sergeant. "Do you
want to see him?"
"Do I want to!" replied the bur
glar's victim. "I want to know how he
got into the house without waking my
wife. I've been trying to do thai foi
the last 10 years." Stray Stories.
Keep cool in one of our
A .soft collar shirt is just
what you need ths kind of
Dress Shirts $1.50 to $7.50.
Soft Collar Shirts $1.00 to
Moore & Owens
Home of flart Schaffner& Marx Clothe.
' Bar re's Leading Clothiers.
1 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M.
Spoils the Hair
Kosn should be used very carefully
if you want to keep your hair lookini
its best. Most soaps and prepam
shampoos contain too much alkali. 1111
dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle,
and ruins it
The best thing for steady tiee is Mul-
sifled eocoanut oil shsmpoo (which is
pure and greaseless), and U better tns
asything else you can ue.
Two or three teaspoonluls or Aiuim
fied in a tup or glass with a little wsrn:
wster is sufficient to cleans the nan
and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten
the hair with water and rub H in. li
makes an abundance of rich creamy
lather, which rinses out easily, remov
ing, every particle of dust, dirt, dan
druff and exress oil. The hair drie,
quickly and evenly, and it leaves tl
sralp soft, and the hair fine and silky
bright, lustrous, -fluffy and eacy t;
You can get Muisified eocoanut or
shampoo at anv pharmacy, it's yen
chesp, snd a few ounces will supply ev
ery member of the family for months.
Be sure your druggist gives you MuM-
Real Hot-Vater Ssrvice
for Regular Men
A regulsr man likes hot water In abundance, but he
doesn't want to wait for it or bother with heating it. '
1 ' One reason he likee to belong to a golf club ia
because of the shower bath with 'all the hot water
be wants. -
He enjoys his baths at hotels because he seta lots
of hot water and gets it immediately.
Ruttd Automatic Hot Water la day-after-day
"enjoyment of continuous hot-water supply. ......
-It la at aervioa added to your home by which you
ahrays tt hot water fratn the faucets marked HOT
'Just as surely as you let cold water from the cold. '
water faucetsv You. turn the faueet that is u7
you do. - - '
"Automatic means that the water heating takes
care of itself. You don't havcjto light anything or
put it out. '- - .
"I Jot Water
All Over thtllou-"
Cat tha whole story'
TWi Is tfit third of a series of explanations of
Rvsud Hot-WsMr Ssnrtc.
' Yov stay follow thM as thejr appear In OJs
fMper, or w wi3 send them to you. Check ths
subjects you wuh to read, tear out and mail to us.
i fcS SKafar 4 aanstaaas.
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BARRE GAS COMPANY
140 No. Main St, Barre
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Tr Just eaes P. D. Q.-Patky Drlh
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OBS. Raul), riM and ApU. t,rtrw
family abouM DM P. D. Q. boaaa
ctaanios tire to gamti aaiaat
tha Paakr Ps and to aratant
HMMha. . P. D. Q. ia not aa imocS
powder, but Is a aoyr eheaUeas
that kills inaaeU and thoir ores.
Each park.ro contains fr.a a
patont spoul to oaahla you to
sot to th. hart-to-a-at-et bm
sod ssras the iuica.
A St eoat parksra makoa sua
mart. onoura to kill nilttpa
iasocts sad Uutt ages.
P. D. Q. eaa alaa ha
Ohaaod la foaM fcottJea, dovMs
atroosts. lwuid (ern
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you are absolutely on the level with,
Uple?s your goods are so excel
lent that everyone who buys ' them
onee will want them again.
'"IJjilesa. there is real need for what
you make . V.v.;-' ,'",';;,:;
Unless you appreciate that it takes
a long time and costs a lot of money v
to educate one hundred million peo
ple to associate your rade mark with a
definite standard of quality
Unless your business is built on tha
firm foundation of economical pro-
duction and sound finance.
Published by the Barre Daily Times, in cpHprtioa wfta
Tha American AssocisUen si Advertising Agraciaa
J. W. Dillon ?
, BOLSTER BLOCK. 'PHONE 34-R.
ADVERTISE IH THEBARRETOIES
OPEN YOUR HOME
1 AND YOUR HEART
. GIVE THEM '
Relief from their Tenement Streets
Health and Fun in Your Green Fields
THE FOLLOWING COMMITTEE
PLAIN THE PLAN:
MRS. J. IL WOODRUFF,
MRS. FRANK ROBINSON,
.MRS. F. C. WETMORE
MRS. EARL BATCHELDER,
FOR THIS COMMUNITY WILL EX
MISS GRACE BROWN
MRS. ARTHUR YOUNG, .
MRS. IL J. SLAYTON.
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