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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE; VT.. THURSDAY. AUGUST 29, 1912.
SECOND. GAME ALSO A WIN Barre A. C. Defeated Berlin, N. H., 3 to 2, Yesterday IN A LIVELY EXHIBITION Berry Was Strong in the Box, and He Was Given Some Good Support Jack Davidson Was the Star . - of the Game. Loss of Appetite la loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and ia often a forerunner of prostrating dis ease. ' . . . . It Is serious and especially bo to people that must keep up and doing or get behindhand. The best medicine to take for It Is the great constitutional remedy Hood's Sarsaparilla Which purlfles and enriches the blood and builds up the whole system. Get it today In usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs After the shrubbery had been clipped ' from the, enclosure .screening the murk- , ers dedicated to the second game of the series yesterday, between the Barre ami Berlin, N. H7 baseball team, it revealed Mi inscription, which proclaimed a 3 to 2 local conquest, which .will be archived in the Barre chib'srooins. The fielding of the Barre bunch reveals the reasons , for the .New Hampshirites being unable to bring in bane runners from spots when the least semblance of an error or a hit meant one or two runs, on six different occasions. Ralph Berry, the one-time Norwich university star ball tosgor, who is now attending the Dog river institution's summer school, won his second game since having his appearance embellished with a green and vhite baseball suit. "Judie" Munson, the old St. Michael college pitcher, was sent to the firing line for the paper town team. "Judie" existed the entire nine rounds, but was pounded for 12 hits. The batting of .Tack Davidson was the ehining feature of the game. 1 he for mer Italian inflelder assailed the stra iners of Munson lour times, and the four chances were redeemed with good clean hits. He also brought in two tal lies aided by speedy base running. On the squared circuit the nimbleness of his underpinnings marked two purloined bases to his credit. The Johnston broth ers, well known in west hill baseball cir cles, showed up well with the willow, each connecting for two hits. Youiy Alex. McKenzie was also a powerful factor in the batting list. The young ster rammed out a slashing drive that rolled over the brink of the Addison street retaining wall, but through slow base-running the. Barre center fielder only'reaehed the third station. Bill Stuart, the first sacker of the local team, placed his outfit in the tally column in the opening inning. Nute fiied out to center. Davidson burned one over second base. W. Johnston popped to the first baseman. Old man Johiistow then drove a sizzling liner down first base line for two bases. With men on Second and third, Stuart placed a two bagger into right field and both bas runners counted. Fowlie ended the in-; ning by fanning. 1 1 he Berlin aggregation made its brace of counters in the following session. Munson tripled into center field. Mc pherson brought him in on a single to loft. Brackett, in attempting to sacri fice, forced .Mcrherson at second, Berry making the assist. Hamilton singled to left, Brackett taking second base. Both runners advanced on a balk by Berry. Norman brought Brackett in with a sac rifice fly to K, Johnston. Vance was passed, but Bernier ended the inning by grounding out to second.- The local nine scored its winning run in the fifth round. With one down. Davidson singled into right. He pilfered second and ended the circuit on W. Johnston's wallop to right field. The scorej Barre A. C. AMERICAN LEAGUE. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. At Philadelphia Detroit 5, Philadelphia 3. Batteries Willett and Stallage; Houcke, Bender, Thomas and Lapp. At Washington St. Lonia 3, Washington 2. Batteries Powell and Kritchellj Johnson and Ain smith. At Boston Boston 5, Chicago 3 (first game). Batteries O'Brien and Carrigani Bena and Schalk. Boston 3, Chicago 0 (second game). Batteries Wood and tady; Taylor, White and Kuhn. At New York Cleveland 6, New York 3 (first game). Bat teries Gregg and O'Neil; Cald well, and Sweeney and Sterrett.' New York 4, Cleveland 2 (second game). Batteries Warhop and 8terrett; Kaler, Baskette and Car isch. - ' STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Wor Boston .'. 84 Washington Philadelphia Chicago . . . Detroit ... Cleveland . St. Won. Lost. Pet. ..84 37 .fl5 ..75 48 .610 ..73 47 ." ..HO 60 .5(K) ..57 67 .400 ..53 69 .4.14 ..44 78 .307 ..40 82 .328 Berlin A. C. Vance, 2b ... . Bernier, cf Wilbur, lb ... Pease, If Munson, p . . . . McPhcrson, sg Rrackett, rf . Hamilton, c . . Norman, 3b . . ab. ..4 ..4 ..3 ..3 ,.3 ..4 ..4 ..4 h. 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 po. 0 2 8 0 0 2 1 9 2 8 24 10 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 Totals 33 Barre A. C .2 Berlin A. C 0 Stolen bases Davidson 2, Kowlie, Ber ry, Vance, Wilbur,' Hamilton. Two-base hits Davidson, R. Johnston, Stuart, Munson, Brackett. Three-base hits' McKenzie, Munson. Struck out By Berry 4, by Munson 8. Bases on balls Off Berry 4. Balks Berry. Munson. Umpire Twodell. Time 1:35. ab. r. h. po. a. e. Nute, ss 4 0 0 2 3 I J. Davidson, 2b . .4 2 . 4 3 2 0 W. Johnston, 3b. .4 0 2 1 2 fl R. Johnston, If ..4 1 2 2 0 0 Stuart, lb 4 0 1 13 0 1 Fowlie, c ..4 0 1 3 2 0 McKenzie, cf 4 0 21 0 4) Tonguay, rf 3 0 0 1 O f) Berry, p 3 0 0 1 5 1 t. Davidson, rf ..0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals .......34 3 12 27 11 4 ' Arrow Notch COLLAR Cluett Pee body tc Co., Troy, N. Y. ' Notes of the Game. ' "Nipper" Nute, the youthful shortstop of the Barre team, was slightly off color yesterday. Ihe old Bed Sox pitcher looted grounders twice and at the bat failed to come across for a single punc ture. W. : Johnston saved - his aggregation from a possible defeat in the fourth in ning, when with men on second and third, two down, a hit or error meant two runs. Vance was using his big stick and, picking out one to his liking, sailed it on a line towards third. W. John ston speared the ball on a pick-up, hav ing plenty of time to throw his man out at first. The play brought forth long round of applause. Pease, the left fielder for the Iew Hampshire team, was apparently satis fled without enrolling, his cocnomen ia the hit column. He declared that it was his off day and he would leave the hit ting end of it with his clubmates. It might have been different had his com panions been there with the wallop. It is said that Bernier, the visitor" center fielder, was given a try-out with the Detroit Americans this spring. Jen nings may have at some time or other had strings on the youngster, as aU big league scouts do on any youngster that snows indications ot developing. Bernier is a fair ball player, but is far irom oeing uig league iimoer. The unexpected happened yesterday, when the inimitable "Brave" Fowlie ran the cinder path desperately and reck lessly. Twice did he make the middle cushion by pulling off the purloin spe cialty. . TROOPS ARE NOT GOING President Rescinds Order Send ing Them to Nicaragua. SUFFICIENT FORCE IS THERE To Protect All Americans Soldiers to Be Sent Only if Conditions Require It Marines Force Way in Rebel Territory. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 20. President. Taft is determined that the lives of Americans in Nicaragua and the Ameri can legation at Managua shall be pro tected from revolutionists. He declared emphatically last night he intended to see that the line of com munication between Corinto and Mana gua is re-established on a sure basis, lie wants to be sure the American min ister can keep Washington informed ot every move of the revolutionists and I anxious that no American in Nicaragua shall suffer. Although he hag not considered the matter, it is evident the president will not hesitate to dispatch troops if neces sary. He received several telegrams en route from the state department and is keen ing in touch with the situation. The 10th infantry was ordered from Panama to Nicaragua, but the order was re scinded by the president. He wired the acting secretary of war to recall the or der. President Taft said last night there will be a sufficient force of marines at Managua and Corinto early next week to insure the safety of American lives and property. Sanfords Ginger Does so much to Keep you well During summer That it is folly to be without it for a moment. For cramps, pains, colds, chills, stomach and bowel ills, fatigue, ner vousness and sleeplessness it has no rival worthy of mention. Besides it's always healthful. A dtlicioua combination of ginger, aromatica nd French brandy. Look for th Owl Trade Mark on the wrapper, let you get a ebeap, worthies or dangeroua aubatitula. Forty years the standard of purity, flavor and itrencth. bold by ail druggials and grown. 2 PORTUGUESE MOB LYNCHES PRIEST TO PLAN NEW LEGISLATION. NATIONAL LEAGUE. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. At Chicago Chicago 6, Louis 4. Batteries Lavender and Arch er; Sallee, Geyer and Wingo. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Pet. New York 81 35 .600 Chicago 77 41 .653 Pittsburg .60 40 .583 Philadelphia 57 58 .406 Cincinnati 56 ' 63 .471 St. Louis .......52 67 .437 Brooklvn 43 75 .365 Boston 35 82 .200 PS i laiiin liiiiL-inuuiiuiviiiy. h -vi inuHkiori PfMEgBESENTED-TO VOUBVTHCiESSf g 4 gffipOl , BARRE DAILY TIMES. August 29, 1913. jf fo fThls newspaper has been selected as the one paper In this city for lbs advance complimentary distribution of tuts great work. 9 Mb96&4i!k4&&S6&S The $12 Set jAboveTcoupon' with five-others of consecutive dates,' x S Vnlnmr Wf presented at this office with only the necessary oromo- ' Feather weisht 1 tion and expense items of distribution, amounting to a 1 fj.u.i.un, , 'ioiai or $i.o, wnicn jnciuaes treignt from factory, COinPlCIC rWlf hir rbrrlfincr wrannmir f will Ulm irons a io -y complete set for you if presented before this compli- v menial jr ciuuuii ia cAiiduaicu, u wunu umc inc national canvass will De 4 T started at its regular installment price of 112 tier set. See illustra- X tioa and full description in the display announcements printed, daily. ! ' Mall Order filled under the ftme offer If you will pa cxpresa charge upon receipt of aeU Only one complimentary set can be allowed for any one family 44ywtw''tMww'V Recess Work by Five Congress Commis sions. Washington, Aug. 29. After the heat of the political campaign is over, Ave oint commissions of senators and rep resentative will begin Inveatigations of special work allotted to them by Con gress. Mill another commission author ized by Congress to investigate the whole subject of industrial relations, to ?o into the conditions of labor and rame recommendations for comprehen sive legislation to remedy what may be founn to be evil, will be appointed hy President Taft before long. . This jom- mission will have several years in which o conduct its work and report, while the others are expected to report to the next session of Congress. The com missions expeeted to meet in November probably in this city are: For investigation of conditions sur rounding the sale of American-grown to bacco to foreign market Senators Mar in, Juxlge and Brandegeeji Kepresenta- ivea Flood, Ptedman and McKinley. This inquiry grows out of charge that Ave "foreign government have taken steps to discriminate against American tobacco. Parcels post Senators Briggs, Bristow and Bryan; Representative Finley, Lew is and Gardner (New Jersey). Thi commission will inquire into the whole object of parcels post, and express view as to the policy of enlarging the sys tems authorized under the new post office appropriation law. Pneumatic tube postal service Sen ators Guggenheim and Smith ((Seorgia) and Representatives Blackman and Mur dock. This commission' will consider and make recommendations as to the feasibility of government ownership. Railway mail pay readjustment and proposed changes in postage on second class mail Senators Bourne and Rich ardson and Bankhead; Representative Lloyd, Tuttle and Weeks. i Good roads Senators Bourne, Penrose. Gronna, Swanson and Overman; Rep resentatives Sliackleford, Lee, McGilli cuddy, Mann and Austin. The feasibil ity of government aid in road construc tion in the various state and parts of states, including the desirability of the federal government establishing certain good roads of its own will be investi gated and reported upon. Storms the Parsonage and Hangs Him After Shooting of Police- man. Lisbon, Aug. 20. Despatches from the Portuguese town of Oldeia Coispo toll of the putting' to death of a priest by an infuriated mob. The parish priest, it is alleged, at tempted to conduct a funeral without the traditional burial rites, and the authorities and the peopleof the town objected. Jn the scunie which ensued, the priest, whose surplice was torn, was placed under arrest. On the pre text of changing his surplice before ac companying art officer, the priest went to the presbvtery and secured a revolver witn which lie shot the policeman dead, the despatches say. , The mob then stormed the parsonage and lynched the priest. DROPPING WATER KILLS CHILD. V4 This Week Ends the Suit Values of the QUICK MONEY SALE Many of our most valued customers who never miss a Quick Money Sale wait; until the last few days to buy a good suit at a greatly reduced price. We never advise waiting but when this sale began we had such a large stock of the finest suits that even now there is a wide selectioVi that will supply any taste. Tiny Stream Falls From Broken Pipe Above Crib. New York, Aug. 20. Water dripping through the ceiling from a broken water pipe drowned three-year-old Willie Bar ber, in his crib in Brooklyn early yes terday. The sound of the dropping wa ter awakened the child' father and in- wstifTattnn ahoweri that a ttttv drnam had been playing on the. little one' face. When. Mr. Barber snatched the child from its crib, it was dead-.. Suits for Men ALL $30.00 AND $27.50 SUITS, Hart, Schaffner & Marx and Morse made, a fine selection, all sizes, fancies and plain blues and blacks nothing reserved. Quick Money Price... ALL $25.00 SUITS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and Morse made, all sizes, styles and fabrics. Quick Money Price ALL $22.00 SUITS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and Morse made, approximately 60 Suits, all sizes, fancies and plain blues and blacks. Quick Money Price . . .Y ALL $20.00 SUITS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and Morse made, fully 70 Suits in the lot, all sizes, fancies and plain blues and blacks. Quick Money Pric ALL $18.00 SUITS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and Morse made, 50 Suits in the lot, including all sizes, including fancies, and blues and blacks. Quick Money Price ALL $16.50 AND $15.00 SUITS, Morse made and other makes, all of 40 Suits in the lot, all sizes, including blues and blacks. Quick Money Price ALL $13.50 AND $12.00 SUITS, Morse made and other makes, 30 Suits in the lot, all sizes, including blues and blacks. Quick Money Price . . .' ALL $10.00 SUITS, Morse made and other makes, all sizes, including blues and blacks. Quick Money Price ............ $22.50 18.75 1750 14.95 13.93 11.25 8.75 7.75 Youth's Suits ONE LOT, 25, LONO PANT SUITS, sizes from 14 to 18 years, in fancy worsteds, cassimeres and blacks. Regular price from $8.50 to $15.00. Genuine bargain at the Quick Money Price of $2.98 ONE LOT, 35, LONO PANT SUITS, sizes from 14 to 18 years, fancy worsteds, cassimeres and blacks. Regular price from $10.00 to $20.00. Your choice for 5.98 Moore & (LDweinis, Barre's Leading Clothiers Tel. 66-L Barre, Vermont " ; i 1 i i . . i 1 v ; Political . Advertising Political Advertising Political Advertising Political Advertising 4 WILLIAMST0WN. The Birthday Social club held a pic nic at Forrest beaver' on Tuesday, Aug. 27, instead of oh Mt. Pleasant as had been planned. Dinner was served at noon and following this, games M-ere played and a social time enjoyed. For ty-two persons were present. Carl A. ihawyer oi .Boston arrived in town yesterday, and is stopping at 1). M. Jones. The baseball bova have arranged for two game of ball here on Labor day, Sept. 2, with the Blue box of Barre. The first game will be called at 10:30 a. m., and the second one will be played in the afternoon. Windsor G. Ditty and wife were in Brookfleld Aug. 27 to attend the funercl of Charles Williams, who was a cousin of Mr. Ditty. Walter Chynoweth is employed at Montpelier seminary and will enter school there at the beginning of the fall terra. M. A. Campbell is at work for the Consolidated Granite Co. on the hill. It is reported that Theodore Roose velt will make a five minute stop hore on his way to Randolph by auto n?xt Saturday. He is scneduled to Jeave Barre at 10:15 a. m. Mrs. Hiram Drury, Mrs. Ada Read. Mrs. Martha Erskine, and Mm. and Mrs. Oeorge T. Colby were among those at tending the pomona grange at Wash ington yesterday. The Athletic club is to give a dnnct at grange hall on the evening of la bor day. Musio by Gauthier's orches tra. Bill, $1.00 per couple. Mrs. George Allen of Barre, whoo dpath was noted in a late issue of Th Times, was well known in town and often attended the Universalist church during the pastorate of Misa Kim W. B. Jones has bought the ell of the Enoch Howe house and the land on which it stands and will put in a cellar and repair it for a tenement. George r. .Martin has purchased a Ford automobile. 1 " The Horatio Hickok company of Burlington has recently increased its capital stock from SoO.OOO to ItiO.OOO, the number of shares of stock now being C00, at 1100 a share. . 7nT,T17 TO) The party of progress in Vermont is the Republican party. The platform of progress in Vermont is the Republi can platform. The candidates who best represent progressive prin ciples are the nominees of the Republican party. If you believe that men of experience and training instate affairs should be in charge of the executive department of this State, cast your ballot on Tuesday, September 3, for the following ticket: FOR GOVERNOR - - - ALLEN M. FLETCHER FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR - FRANK E. HOWE FOR STATE TREASURER - EDWARD H. DEAVITT FOR SECRETARY OF STATE - GUY W. BAILEY FOR AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS, HORACE F. GRAHAM FOR ATTOREY-GENERAL - - RUFUS E. BROWN Every nominee has not only proven himself to have been a loyal public servant, but has demonstrated by his acts that he is sanely progressive and that his progressiveness is for the whole people of the State and not narrowed down to just his individual self. Vote the Republican State Ticket REPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEE Burlington, Aug. 26, 1912.