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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BARKK, VT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1022.
SHIP CAPTAIN SEEKS MILLION Capt. B. T. Haagensen Claims He Was Blacklisted r AFTER REPORTING , IRREGULARITIES Declares He Has Been Li beled in Various , Ways Chicago, Nov. 1, Suit for one mil lion dollars damages has been filed in tha United States district court against the United, States shipping board and the Munaon Steamship line by Captain B. T. Haagenaen, formerly employed by ' the Munaon line. In the bill of com plaint, Captain Haagensea charged that he had been blaeklieted by the Munaon line and the shipping board. The blackUst ,the bill allege, followed a report he made of irrgularitiea in volving ahipping board' employee. Captain Haagensen charged that through a aerieg of alleged persecu tiona in which he claim to have been libeled in various ways, the "defend ant did wickedly, and maliciously in tend to injure the plaintiff and bring him to public scandal and disgrace, and him of following hie chosen profeestion, that of master of vessels." After hia craft charges had been brought to the attention of the ship ping board sorotinme ago. Captain Haagenaen waa trieu in u charges of incompetency, brought by shipping board ayents, and exonerated, he says, but upon reaching New York w. relieved of his command. Later fee was reinstated, he declarea. YOUTH VS. AGE 1 IN RING TO NIGHT THE MORNING NEWS SUMMARY Onera! Francisco Jiurguia.ono of the most vigorous rcbeN afptinet President Obregon's Mex ican regime, reported captured near Purango City King Victor Kninianuel ac claim triumphant entry of one hundred ' Fasciati troops into Rome, marking climax of Italy's bloodless revolution. Frime Minister Bonar" Law of Great Britain includee fair rep resentation of members of House of Lords in list of remaining of ficials of his government. Italian Premier Mussolini sends official message to Great Britain, France and the United States and tella them that he seeks co-operation. Herbert H. Asquith tells hia ' constituents that England has been living under "uncontrolled dictatorship of organized insta bility" under premiership jof Lloyd George. - Unofficial reports that negotia tions are under way looking to securing for United States a voice in selection of judges of in ternational court of justice aet up by league of nations. United State has definitely decided not to reopen American consulate at Newcastle, England, until British government has un conditionally withdrawn charges against consul and vice consul. Mrs. Margaret Carleton had con fessed her love for the Rev. Leonard J. Christler, to her hus band, Frank E. Carleton, the lat ter declared in statement at Los Angeles seeking to explain dou ble shooting at Havre, Mont. Dca Moines widow of 23, who offered to marry for $5 ,000 that she might obtain skilled medical attention, finds a taker in Chi cago bank employe. New Haven railroad places partial embargo on freight. MEXICAN REBEL LEADER CAUGHT Gen. Francisco Murguia Was Arch-enemy of Pres. Obregon STORING UP ENERGY FOR THE WINTER h ', . Begin Now Taking Father JoWs Medicln To Build Flesh and Strength WAS SURROUNDED WITH SMALL GUARD gK'r! No better time than the present can bt found; in whit.h to build tin flesh and strength, th vital energ.i Career As Dangerous Reb el Thought to Have Been Ended . V rv ( 1 IN LOCAL MARKETS Butter Prices Are Firm at 4748c Per Pound Dressed Pork 14c Mexico City, Nov, 1 (By the Asso niated Precis). General Francisco Murguia, arch enemy of President Ob regon for many years and one of the men wh,o took part in the flight that brought death to former President Carranza, baa fallen into the hands of federal troops, and his career . aa a dangeroua rebel is thought to have come to an end. With the little band of followers, who are the remnant of his most-re cent rebel army, General Murguia was surrounded yesterday afternoon near Durancro City and captured, it was announced last night at the presi dent a otttce. : Jiother be will be tak en to Durango City for trial by court For this pur pose no better tonic-food body-builder can be used than Father Jnhn'a Medicine, which is of superior food value and guaranteed purity. The rich . body-building, atrength- givmg elementa of Father John'a Medi cine are combined in a form most easily taken up by those who are weak ana run-down. That is why many peo pie gain flesh and weight steadily while taking vuia oM-rasiuonea lamiiy mem cine. Father John's Medicine i safe to give to every member of the family be cause it is guaranteed free from alco hol ana dangerous, narcotic drum in any form. Begin taking it to-day-ad v. : ' . FRESH EGGS -ARE SCARCE HIGHER MAPLE SUGAR PRICES Were Secured Thia Year Through Ver mont Exchanges. Success has marked the work of the martial or be brought to the cap andl Vermont Maplo Products Co-operative Micky Walker Goes Afainst Jack Brit ten for Welterweight Title. New York, Nov. 1. Jack Britton and Micky Walker were on edge to-day for their 15-round bout to a decision at Madison Square garden to-night when the former will defend his title of wel terweight champion of the world. Youth will be pitted against ec; strength against ring craft in this tus sle, for the champion is 37 year old and the challenger only 21. Britton has a longer reach and is big ger above the waist than Walker, who bas a pair of sturdy, muscular legs. The two men have met once be fore, but it waa a no-deeision contest In New Jersey, WaJker's home state. Upon completing their training, both men said they expected to enter the ring under the welter limit of 147 pounds, the challenger tipping ; the scales to-day at 146 and Britton at 146Vi. Britton is recognized as one of. the cleverest men in tlie History or tue ring and despite his age has exhibited remarkable speed in recent bouts. Where Walker lacks the deceptive tac tics of his opponent he has heavy hit ting ability and is aggressive. VERMONT'S VARSITY BESET WITH INJURIES Three of the Regular Are Out of the Game for the Present Because of Injuries in Holy Cross Game. Burlington, Nov. 1. With two days of rest required after the hard battle publicly executed had not yet been de termined. Recently he was described by President Obregon as "not a sol dicr, but a fugitive from justice,' exchange to a greater degree than had been even anticipated, according to a statement recently issued by Amos J. Eaton, manager of the exchange, with headquarters in Esse Junction, in con ference with E. B. Cornwall, president NOT SCORED ON YET of th Vermont Farm Bureau federa tion, wnicn lias Deen co-operating witn They Bring 6065c Per Dozen Potatoes Lower Barre. Vt Nov. 1; 1022. Butter prices firm; fresh eggs scarce wholesale quotations! Dressed pork 14c. Veals 14e(15c. ' 1 Lambs 22cf23c. ' . Fowls 28co,'30c. ." Chickena 32cft3fc. Freeh eggs 60c (S, H5c. Dairy butter 4748c. Potatoes 85c 5j. 90c bu. BOSTON MARKET REPORTS. ONLY COLLEGE Michigan Has Clear Slate So Far Though Playing Scoreless Tie with Vanderbilt. New York, Nov.' 1, Michigan, head ed toward a western conference cham pionship with one of the greatest grid iron machines, "Hurry Up" Yost has drilled in several years, is the only major college in the country whose eleven lias not been scored on this sea son, according to a recapitulation of records to date. with Holy Cross last Saturday when! tennea were i.eia to n -aa fill hif Ilia sniitlinni t aa rrt several players on the University of Vanderbilt, out have won decisively IT A. M iL M A. i . . .... . . . SHREVEPORT CLUB SOLD. T Ira ef Thomaa and Syndicate Shrevtpert Mea. Shrereport, La-, Nov. 1, Tha Shreveport Baseball association to-day completed final arrangements for the sale of tha local Texas league base ball team to Ira Thomaa, former Phil adelphia Athletic catcher, and a syn dicate of local business men. The pur chase price is $75,000 and includes the grounds- Thomas will manage team. Vermont football team were more oi Ibss seriously injured, the eleven bas again started practice for the New Hampshire State game this week. Un less the injured recover faster than is now expected, Vermont' will go to New Hampshire minus three or- four of its regulars. The most seriously injured are Cap tain Oscar Johnson with a sprained ankle, and Carl Beck witn a bad side. Harmes may be in condition to play in spite of the slight concussion re ceived at Worcester. If it is found ad visable to keep him out, Margolski will be shifted to tackle while either LeMay or E. Johnson will play center. With Johnson and Beck out of the backfield. East burn may be shifted from end to half with eitiier Tarpey or Yarnall playing fullback. The end va cated by Eastburn will be filled by ci ther Sunderland, who got into the Holy Cross game last week, the first contest he ha participated in this season us he has been out with a dislocated shoulder, or Richardson, Gooch, half back, waa also slightly hurt but there are no doubta but that he will be in condition by the end of the week. It ia not expected that Coach Tom Keady will give hia men any scrim mage this week as he cannot afford y lose any more through injury with tha game with Norwich coming on the fol lowing week, the first game of the Ver mont atate aeries in which Vermont s to participate. The Landlubber. Hum lass, Ohio State and Illinois, the latter two being conference opponents, Seven elevens with but one touch down registered against them are: Harvard,, by Centre; Lafayette, by Ducknell; .Brown, by Boston univer sityj Notre Dame, by DePauwj Min "PHota. bv Northwestern: Iowa, by II I linois, and Rensselaer Poly, by Roches tcr. i Twentv-two teams showed unde feated slates. Listed eectionally they are: East Harvard, Princeton, Cornell, Lafayette, Washington and Jefferson, Pennsylvania, Dickinson, Penn State, Brown, Armv, Rensselaer Poly and West Virginia. - West Wisconsin, . Notre , ; Dame, Michigan, Iowa and Minnesota, Far West California, Washington and Uregon. , South Vanderbilt and Florida, f A Lazy Liver "Let go the jibsheet." Whereuoon the enthusiastic land- the lubber who had been decoved into act ing as crew, responded indignantly: "Why, I'm not touching the thing. Everybody'a Magaaine. ' hisps a treat deal of trouble, bll ioumiess, constipation and aiclc 1 v:tdache. Do not put up with it; turiect it at once by taking Hood's Pills VaA bjr Q. L Usee Co.. LowsU, Msm Headaches from Slight Colds. . Laxative BROMO QUININE Tableta relieve the Headache by curing the Cold. A tonic laxative and perm de stroyer. The box bears the signature of E. W. Orove. (Be sure you get BROMO.) 30c. adv. Bad Breath Is Usually Due to Constipation When you are constipated, not enough of Nature'a lubricating liquid is pro duced in the bowel to keep the food waate aoft and moving. Doctora preecribe Nujol because it acta like thia natural lubricant and thug replaces it. Wnjol fa a lubricant not a medicine or laxative m cannot gripe. Try it today. )t(arij1(o)) v - i A LUBWICANT-NOT A LAXATIVE ) I Are You the Man Who 4 4 Never Reads Advertisements ?" Some men, who arc neither bind nor illiterate, claim 'sincerely that they "never read advertse tnents." Yet, if you could investigate, in each case you would find that the man who "never reads ad vertisements" used an adver tised tooth paste or shaving cream or soap. If he owns an au tomobile it will be an advertised car. If you ask hia opinon of any automobile he will reply in words that might have been lifted bod ily from an advertisement of that automobile. Advertising has formed his opinions to a great degree. He may have received his informa tion through others who ob tained their knowledge from ad vertising. But it is a fact that no man can escape the effects of advertising even if he does say he "never reads advertisements.' Not one of us ever reasoned out entirely from his own mind that the earth is round. If we had not read it or heard it we would never have known it In these days of good, truthful, helpful advertising to say "I never read advertisements" is merely your way of saying, "I don't read all advertisements. Published by The Rarre Dai Time, in co-operation with 1 rht American Association of Advertising Agencies. J Mr. Eaton in carrying out the program or tne exchange. ibis maple products marketing asao ciation, though organized only last spring, bas already disposed of 8,00 gallons of syrup and 7,4to pounds of sugar up to Oct. 1. It has approxi mately S.oOO gallons in bulk in stock at the present time, also 1,000 gallon in tin and glass and 2.000 pounds f sugar. Altogether, 14,fS37 gallons of syrup have been received from (he members and conmnnees. Of this amount 8,425 gallons have been number one quality 4,859 gallons have been number two; and 1,252 gallons number three quality. . , . In cradine susrar. the exchange has graded 50 per cent more in the number one class than (ltd the dealers previ ously. Advance price paid bv the ex change were 00 cents for number ie, a cents for number two and 60 cents for number three. All of the number two and number three grades have been sold.' Final payments to producers will be made in December, sometime before Christmas. i It ia figured that the exchange has paid higher prices to producers than they could get from anv other source, except through private trade. Where a producer has had a good private trade, the exchange has not attempted to yrt him to market his sugar through them, but rather has advised that he keep his private trade and get all that he could for the sugar. , Consignees, who are not members of the exchange, but who desire to mar ket all or some part of their product through the exchange, are allowed to do so on a basis of final settlement ten per cent off the regular price, or an ad vance of 75 cents for number one and 50 cents for number two, they to pay their own transportation chargea. The total receipts of the exchange up to Oct. 1, amounted to $23,204.71, while the total disbursements were $25,074.05, leaving a cash balance of $130.86. In addition to thi the exchange has in ac counts receivable, material in stork. packing eases and tins and material in bond, assets amounting to a total cf $15,321.55. There are liabilitiea to off set thia which amount ,to $8,707.07. leaving balance on the right aide of the ledcrr ef 88,614.48. As the fall market W now opening up for grade one sugar and is likely t continue throuphout the fall and early winter, the prospects are good for dis posing of all of the maple products which the exchange now has on hand before the new crop begins to come tn. Those who have watched the growth of the exchange during the flirt season feel very well satisfied with the prog ress which has been made and antici pate an even better season in 102.1. Hie exchange did not plan to handle a large amount of sugar the first season as the organization was really an experiment. Hut even witn the small amuont han dled, th price was increased to the pro ducer, and plane are being made to covsr the entire state next season. The locels now having membership n the exchange arei Mount Mansfield. 10 members; Franklin county. 11 mem bers; tVntral Vermont, 11 mcmlirrs; ippcr Winooski, 10 members; tilnvc-, nine members i Camel a Hump, eurht members; Danville, aeven members; central Orange county, seven members. In addition to thee, there were 14 -on-signees who marketed all or pert nf , their product through the exchange IVe last season. Nevv High Level for 1922 Reached on - Butter and Eggs. Boston, Nov, . 1. A further general marking up in local jobbing prices on butter ana eggs 1 noted, tirinirinir quo tations up to a new high level for 1022. The cheese market here is quiet, but nrm. . .. Local jobbing quotations on butter, cheese and eggs followt Butter Northern creamery, in tubs MHiV'te a pound; in boxes, 51tto2c in prints, 5152c; western crpamery, in tubs, fancy, 47(3 48c; good to choice, 45C7 46c; lair to good, 42V,ft 44V.c. Cheese- New York state twins, fancy 2727sC, fair to good 252(ic; young America, 27',(a,28c. J-ggs ilennery, 8(S88c a do-ten eastern choice, 7fl(S,78ei weatern. ex tras, 7274c, prime firsta 64(n ftSc, firxta 58(K62ej storage, extras 30g40c, -ra firsts 30(3c, firsts 3335c TO EXTEND PRISON WALL. To More Include Factory Building. Housing Accommodations, At a meeting of the state committee on budget held at the state prison in Windsor Monday, an appropriation of tm.wu waa made to extend the prison wail so aa to include a tactory building wnicn is nrrw outsiae the present walls ana to duiiu a noor in one of the build inge so as to provide suitable accoin inflations for the housing of additional prisoners. The necessity for thia a'c tkm waa brought to a head by the ad dition of 40 men who are now working on a roaa iod ana living at a camp near their work and who will shortly return to the prison on account of the approaching cold weather. loose present at tha meeting were fov. James Hartness of Springfield, ."senator teorge J Dunham.ehalrman of the finance committee of the Senate, Senator Benjamin Williams of Froctor, chairman or the appropriations com mittee of the Senate, Representative William IL Dyer, chairman of the ways and means committee of the House Representative Frank E. Bargber, chair man of the appropriations committee of the House and the following mem bers of the state board of control; Ben jamin Gates, state auditor; Walter Scott, atate treasurer; Roland Stevens and Judge John W. Weeks, director of state institutions. Col. fc. W, Gibson. secretary of civil and military affairs, also was present. Found Grandmother He Thought, Dead. An unusual incident occurred at St. tionnsoury town farm when a young man who gave hia name aa Guy Cob leigh and his last residence as Fairlce came there and explained that he was financially emltarrassed and wished a meal. While this was Iwing served to him one of the attendants came out with a parcel post package, remarking in the course of the conversation that it was for Mrs. Sarah Cobleigh, one of the inmates. The young man expressed murh interest and after a few questions found that Mrs. Cobleigh was his grandmother whom he supposed had been for a number of vears. The frrandmothcr waa overjoyed to meet ler grandson, and after a long conver sation the young man departed, stit ing that he was on his way to Con necticut where he expected to obtain employment, When You Catch CoW Rub on Musterole Musterole is easy to apply and it gets in its good work right away. Often it prevents a cold from turning into "flu" or pneumonia. Just apply Musterole witn the fingers. It does all the good work of grandmother's mustard plaster without the blister. - Musterole is a clean white ointment made of oil of mustard and other home simples. It is recommended by nrny doctors and nurses. Try Musterole for sore throat, cold on the chest, rheuma tism, lumbago, pleurisy, stiff neck, bron chitis, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pains and aches of the back and joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feetcolds of all sorts. Seldom fails to deliver results. 35c and 63c, jars and tubes; hospital size, $3.00. Better than a mustard plaster - LESS MEAT IF KIDNEYS HURT Take a glass of Salt if your , Back hurts or Bladder troubles you. Shirt Patterns for Fall We are delighted with our recent pur chase of SHIRTS, The 'patterns are a real delight, and we know they , are going to please the wearers as they have already pleased us. t ! . It will be a real pleasure to have you look them over. $1.50 up Moore & Owens Home of Hart SchaiTner & Marx Clothes Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. No man or woman who eats too much meat can make a mistake by flushing- the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Big meat eat- ' ma may develop uric acid, whtcn ex cites the kidney; they become over worked from the strain, tret shiRgisii and fail to Alter tha waste and poi sons from the blood ; then we pet sick. Rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble, nervousness, dizziness, sleepiness and nrinarv disorders often come from slutr-1 gih kidneys. The moment yoa feel a dull ache , in the kidpeve, or your back hurts, or) if the urine la cloudy, offensive, full of j sediment, irreirular of passage or at-1 tended by a sensation of scalding, stop eating meat and get about four ounces of Jad 8alta from any pharmacy; take: a tablespoonful in a trlass of water be-; fore breakfast, and m a tew days your kidneys may act fine. This famous salts 'is madt? from the acid of crapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and lias been used tor (fenerations to tiueh and At.imulsta the kidnevs: slso to neutralize the acids in urine so it nr. j lonffpr causes irritation, thus often end-1 Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot injurej makes a delightful effervescent lithia water drink, which evervene i should take now and then to help keep the kidneys clean and active and tha blood pure, thereby often avoiding ic rious kidney complications. adv. , Range Coal This is the new sized Coal being sent out from the mines, and is ultimately to take the place of nut and pea coaL We have a limited supply of this on hand and are prepared to make ton deliveries of same. We advise ordering this now. Also plenty of Block Wood, Bobbin Wood and Ash Kindling. D. M. MILES COAL COMPANY Tel 133, 140 North Main Street Use Culicura and Have Lustrous Hair Regular shampoos with Cuticura Soap wUl keep your scalp clean and healthy. Beore shampooing touch spots of dandruff and itching, if any, with Cuticura Ointment. A healthy scalp means thick, glossy hair. wiblHkrnibTain Mrnr "Crl fKMW. IMpt S4r, MftMw IIWM." e4drr Hop2&5. OhttaMat 2&iulfc0e. Tla a. ASS9T Cw Ucurm Swa rilkut mta. Xmas Piano Club Offer , $5 to $10 down; $2 per week until Christmas and we place a Piano in your home for Christmas. JOIN NOW and get the benefit of 15 to 20 percent discount on all Baldwin, Ellington, Howard and Hamilton Pianos and Players. 3 Years to Pay if terms are desired. ' Hear the MANUALO the most human-like player made. Every Instrument Guaranteed By the House of Baldwin Lamorey'fl, Dear Sirs: Without obligation on my part please send me catalogue special prices and full information about your sale and Christmas club. Name: Address Lamorey's, 71 N. TJlain St. Open Evenings by appointment. N The Baldwin ia the official Piano of the Chicago Grand Opera Co, and Artists, QUICK RELIEF FROM Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Those Beneficial Bluea. Here's a doctor aaying a (rood word fur the blues. As a nieane of calming excitable temperament and highly strung nerves, an occasional ehtomv. outlook on life he eays, is distinctly lienrncial. Ami of course' we all know how profitable It is for-dcntit to feel di,wn in the mouth. Boston Transcript. Enjoying Themselves. "Wbnra are our jruests!" . "The two men are in the smoking room comparing notes. " mKad their wives?" "In the drswing room comparing huliands." Ikton Transcript. 1 ' That is the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute tor calomel. Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for 17 years and calomel s old-time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treating patients for chronic constipation ana torpid livers. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, but a healing, soothing vecetable laxative. No griping is the "keynote" of thee I i.iA . . .i.j i i i . i 9 kts. They cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth bad breath dull, tired feelinjr ick headachetorpid liver constipation, you'll find quick, sure and pleasant re sults from one or two of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets at bedtime. Thousands take them every nipht just to keep right. Try them. 1.: and 30c. WM raw V Like the Warming Rays of the Sun The Handy ELECTRIC ROOM-HEATER Throwi its cheery glowin heat straight out into the i room, taking the morning chilliness away in a mo ment. One of these clean efficient heaters is a real need in many homes when coal is scarce. Convenient monthly terms arranged. Come in and see one ot them today. Telephone Montpelier 324 or Barre 246-R Special Terras and Free Estimate on Wiring Montpelier, & Barre Light & Power Co. 1