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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922.
O'.V The first taste tells you why LIPTOirS TEA has the largest sale in the world BLOCKADES CLEARED AWAY Conditions Improving Rap idly in the Far West. r" DISORDERS STILL CONTINUE AT POINTS Thirteen Striking Shopmen Get Three-Month Jail Sentences. GIRLS! LEMONS BLEACrl FRECKLES AND WHITEN SKIN Squeeze the juice of two lemon into a bnitln containing three ounces of Or clxrd White, which any drug store will supply for a few cents, shake well, and you have h quarter pint of the best freckle and hill bleach, and complexion whitener. , Massage this v ietly fragrant lemon loiion into the fw, neok, 'anus and liands each day and -ee how freckles and blemishes bleach out and how clear, soft and ropy -white the skin be comes. adv. ESCAPED m WARDEN'S CAR Tour Prisoners In So. Dakota Peniten tiary Make Escape. Sioux Falls, 8. 1., Aug 18. Under cover bf a riot, whioh started in the prison tailor shop late yegterday aft ernoon, four prisoners captured War den Jamison, of the South Dakota state penitentiary and escaped in his car. During the fighting preceding the escape, Deputy Warden Arthur Mu chow was seriously wounded with knives and a guard named Berzman was badly cut. The men v ith the war den and his car are being pursued by guards. More money in your pdeket -Jess clutter in the' laundry when you use Lace In digo Blue. It's all blue you don't pay for bottles and water. At Yomr Grocer 'a, iOe rDET "why Wri Dfl rlt miM for m kktl Diamond, McDooo.11 at Co. . ruloowoiuo Si AStickMakes a Full Quart ofnnestBlua Chicago, Aug. 18. (By the Associated Press), -Transportation '. blockade particularly in the far west, caused by train crew walkouts virtually were cleared to-dar as railroad heads and leaders of the train service unions re mained in New York for another par ley for peace in. the shopmen's Strike. In the far west, where the tie-up was most effective, conditions improved rapidly and railroad officials announced resumption of normal transportation. The Atchison,, Topeka and Santa Fe; Union Pacific Western Pacific ' and Southern Pacflc reported striking train men back on their jobs and trains inak ing schedules on time., The walkout of crews on the Cum berland Valley division of the Louis ville and Nashville at Cobin, Ky., ended 8witchmen inHhe L. and N. yards at Montgomery, Ala., returned to work. Yard crews and other em ployes of the Misitouri Pacific who struck at Van Buren, Ark., agreed to go back to work to-day. Chicago, Milwaukee and St'. Paul brotherhood men ended the tie-up at . C'hanning Mich. Disorders continued. Three, workersr employed in a railroad shop at Cincin nati were attacked and everely beat en. I A tear bomb used by police in dis persing a crowd of striking shopmen at Topeka, Kas., routed the police also. A third attempt to dynamite tracks of the Louisville and Nashville was fru-trated at Grace, near Birmingham. Shots were exchanged between stnk- ers a ttie Milton ia.ur, piani i ine Pacific Fruit express. ' The fight started when rocks were thrown at worker. r-s they emerged from the plant. Kiht -strikers were arrested. j Tail sentences of three monthhs were ; imposed in the federal district court at Guthrie, Okla., on thirteen striking railroad shopmen charged with violence against men who took their places. j Eight strikers from Knid were sen-: fenced. It was testified ttiev partici pated in what they called "night part ies." at which shop workers were beat en after being kidnapped.- ' Five men from Papulpa were sen tenced on charges of assaulting em ployes of the St. Louis- San Fran cisco railroad. - WENT AWAY TO BE COWBOY. J Returns After 3 Yeara Garbed in Western Fashion and Astride j ; Cow Poy. ! .Lynn, Mass., Aug. 18. Thirty-eight years ago George Morin ran away from his horn at Hunoook, N. H., to be a cowboy. Yesterday he arrived in Lynn garbed in true western fashion and astride his cow pony "Skeeter having covered the 3.000 odd miles from Wyoming in J24 days, according to his own record. Morin came back east to see his two sisters. ' He was not sure where they were to be found but he found them here, both married. They are Mrs. Sophie Roussin and Mrs. Adele Ken nedy. So to-day there is a real family reunion. FELL THREE STORIES AND LIVES. Howqaickyif heals! That's what you'll say after applying RESifJOL oo4tiinq snd HcaJinq lis freely Cannot in jure ike tenderest. skin Rollin Benson, a Painter, Struck Side walk and Escapes With Broken Lee.. Burlington, Aug. 18. Rollin Benson of St. (ieorge, a painter, fell three stories at the Hotel Vermont yester day morning at nine o'clock, struck the sidewalk and escaped death by a miracle. A broken leg and his fsce badly cut and bruised is the extent of his injuries. Benson, who was painting at the hotel on the Main street aide loot his balance and fell from the scaffold. The injured man was rushed to the Mary Fletcher hospital in an automobile driven by a guest at the. hotel and his condition is not considered serious. He remains conscious and his chances for recovery are goood. GENEVIEVE WARD DEAD. Famous America a Trajedienne Victim f Heart Failure. London, Aug. 18 (By the Associat ed Press). Genevieve Ward, famous American tragedienne, died of heart failure to-day at her homo in Hamp stead. Spunky Lamoille's Spunky Fair Morrisvillo, VI. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Aug. 22-23-24 Large Entry list insures Good trotting! Spirited Running Races Each Day! Free Stage Shows Aeroplane Exhibitions BIG TUESDAY BALL GAME Burlington Vs. St Johnsbury Sure to be a corker of a game ! You'll miss it if you fail to come! 0. K. Wtaermaa, Sec SALE Snap Fasteners Regular price 10c card 5c Five hundred and seventy-six cards white and blackb all sizes from 1 to 00. An introductory offer by the mak ers enables us to sell these at the above low prices. They are guaranteed and the same quality you have been pay ing 10c a card for. . ' Naslh . Co s "THE DAYLIGHT STORE" 188 N. Main' St., Barre, Vt. SALE Waists - Blouses , Regular prices .1.25 to 1.50 89c Striped gingham and striped madras in six or eight attrac tive patterns some with collars and cuffs of white pique - Voile, dimity and batiste in all white effects, also with colored collars and cuffs. Tailored and dress models.. Summer Hats Marked Down to 98c Formerly 2.50, 3.95, 4.50 up to 8.50 Every summer hat in stock must .go. ... New Sweaters Smart slip-on styles an other lot just received this makes the fourth shipment these are in most attractive colors such as red, rose, silver, blue, orchid and two toned ef fects of fibre silk mixtures. Prices 3.25, 3.95 to 5.95. New Chain Belts The popular novelty belts which will be worn largely with the new serge and Poiret twill dresses. We have them in sev eral styles rom 39c to 1.00 each. - - . 'v ; Hair -Nets- more than a thousand' A special purchase at" about Half Price' i Made of real human hair cap shape double or single mesh guaranteed first quality Single Mesh 1 .00 Hair Nets for JL Double Mesh .UU Hair Nets for JJL 20 Baronet Satins Marked Down to 2.89 Every Net, first quality Every Net, large size , Every -Net, cap shape Every Net, real human hair Every Net, sterilized ; Every Net sanitary ium brown, drk brown, light brown, black, auburn, blond. One dollar's worth, only to each customer We t limit each customer's purchase because we expect an enormous demand and we want as many custom- Medium must ers as possible to share in this remarkable value Formerly priced 3.50 to 3.95 yard. White and colors. Plain and figured. New Yarns JThere seems to be a greater demand for knitting yarns than ever before possibly because of the wonderful new effects that the makers of yarns have brought out and the attractive, new shades. We have about . twenty colors in Silverton Yarns at 30c , f Goldenglow Yarns at 22c New Scarfs Unusual in color combination and most attractive large effects. SDort shades predomi- 4 nate. Priced 3.50 and 3.95 SIX STRIKING VALUES Lisle and Cotton Percale Apron Pure Thread Silk 27-inch Dress Silk and Fibre Inexpensive Hose Dresses Hose Ginghams Hose Corsets For women and children. Good quality percales. Full fashioned . In Mue and white stripes. Mock seam leg. I Pink and white coutil Black and cordovan. Attractive patterns. Heavy clear weave. 1 checks of red, blue, lav- Silk, lisle top and soles. Low bust topless. Y , Slightly imperfect. Four different styles. Black, white, colors. ender and green. - Clear lustrous black. ' "Plain and fancy. Specially priced Specially priced . ' . Specially priced Specially priced v Specially priced Specially priced 19c 95c 1.79 15c 49c 1.00 ' ' , ,. : ; ; x New Dresses Serge Poiret twill. New Skirts Navy, Brown, black. , Striped, pleaded effects, New Millinery Velvet, hatters' plush, duvetine New Neckwear Collar and cuff sets in lawn, or gandie and lace. New Rihbons Two toned effects, double faced, picot edge. 4 M iddy Blouses " the hetter quality all to be sold at about Half Price ' Made by one of the best manufacturers of waists and middy blouses in the east -1.19 . .2 ,or 2.25 Every middy blouse in this sale made to sell for 2.00, 2.50 to 3.00 They are of Jhe famous Lonsdale Twill, one of the best and most durable middy fabrics made some are all white, others are white with blue collars and cuffs. Sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 All new and fresh never offered at retail before. The close out line of the maker bought at a great price saving. New Brassieres Front and back hook models, flesh and white. INew Corsets Stylish models in flesh and white coutil. New Sweaters For children, in tuxedo and coat models. New Sweaters For infants pull over model ! brushed wool collar. New Ear Drops In jet, jade, and other fascinat- j in effects. MIDDLESEX Mrs. .Tfse Carpenter of Waterhury and little freh air girl from Nw York City and Mrs. Morse of Middlesex were guects of Mrs. Daisy Wiwell Saturday. 5vral from here mere in Waits field Tuesday to attend the field day. Hiss Minnie Soulia and Frank I.e Lone of Rutland were ;ruets at Tliny Wissell'a Sunday and Monday'. Mr. and Mm. Kdwin Bipelow of Stowe and daughter, Mis Grace of Sprinpfield. M and Laurence Bige low of Middlebury colic were quests at A. P. Bieelow's one day laot week., Mi Mildred Bipelow is entertain ing; Miss Edith Start of Camhrin'ee, Mis Helen Harder of Ca )ot and Miss Marion Ward of Moretowa. Wells Palmer of Wsit'field is iit inj; his son. B. S. Talmer. Alvia Rirhardnn. who has been suf fering with an abscess in his side, went CASTORIA For Lofaats and Children In Use For Over 30 Years gif oainat of Wednesday to Heaton hospital, where bs bad it opened. Miss Ooodale of B'idyeport, Conn who spent last week as a uet of Mrs. A. P. Bi(rclow, has returned home. The ladies of the home circle enjoyed their annual automobile rule Wednes day, when they visited South Hero is land, where they stopped for a rest and dinner. Kite cars carrying 34 peo ple including tbil'lren. were in the party. The return trip was made by way of Burlington. Dr. and Mrs. Wbita of Worcester, Mass., are spending their vacation at Levi Swift's. Mrs. Eleanor Eaton and daughter, Mi Martha Kattn of Brookline, Mass were giiesla Tuesday of Miss HsUie Reed. A. C. Taplin and family and Mr. and Mrs. ft. T. Miles ami daupbtcr motored through the White mountains Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Allen of Low ell, M, are guet f their coui. Mrs. W. H. Vaughn, and fsmily. Mrs. Thomss Heriert sad daughter have returned from a iit with rela tive ia Bnrlingn. Mr. and Mrs. A. C Taplin and son, Paul, aad W. H. "sr-h",l irere guets of M-.ss LeiU Marshall ia Ksnlfh V e!nedsT. MORETOWX Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McAllister re turned to Vergennecs Tuesday, .after spending a week with relatives. The ladies' aid held a husine.a meet ing at Mca, B. S. Ward's Wednes day afternoon. , Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Child were in Montpeiier Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Theron ;uild of Bur lington are visiting at W. A. Kings bury's ami F. S. Howe's. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Griffith returned Not A Blemish i tW sgrt wmmi mt Wa i-m a wihm ar ef tsrtnrlT raticrst f? T- HOfUN'S SOX Hew Tr J OJVIi.itmKC), Tuesday evening from a week's stay in ramp at Woodbury lake. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Turner of Water- bury and Mrs. Luna Towne andTdaucb tcr. Mioa Katheryn of New York City railed on relatives Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Blske of Law ton, Okla-, were guesta at M. R. Childs' Wednesdsy. " Dr. and Mrs. P. R. Baird of Water ville. Me., Mark Baird and Miss Qclls Chapman ef Fairfield were guests of Mr. and Mrs! C. L. Baird Friday. William Curtis and son. Clayton, of XYillismstwon were at Mrs. Stevens, Tuesday. Mis Viola Hill of Montpeiier ia spending the week at H. E. Austin's. Clvde rhillips has moved his fam ily to Us it field, and Walter Berno hsa moved into the tenement vacated by Mr. Thillips. Mr. and Mrs. F. FL Sawyer and Mr. Addie Sawyer returned Monday from a visit in Hint dale, N. H. Miss Edna Waldo returned to Wil liametowa Monjsy. after a week's ,it with friends here. there was a grinding sound, and t!.e engine seemed to stop. The timid pas senger rushed rrom his rjbin and al most collided with the ajvteiw. Whateer lias huppenel." l.e pant ed. ! the Be prepared for t : taptain atemly. -Wh where" are the In'eboa'.s " ""They i bt no jfr to you now," ad the captain. "Wc'te ion all wa ran. From now on you must fend for j-mri-elf." Me led the timid inn to the side of the deck. '"Xow you can see." he said, "It's every one for himself.- The timid man hid bis eyes with his hands and began to tremble. "No. no," he cried, "tell me what has happened ? "We're in harbor," said the' captain. -Tit -Bits. Prey f Land Sharks. There was a pest rxwsnci rm on dr-ck. Feet raa to ani fro. Then ICED - -1H The Summer Beverage "Par Excellence" It's So Refreshing. JUST TRY IT!