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,v.r THE ;BAIUtR, DAILY TIMES, .BARRE, VT. THURSDAY, J UY 22, 1920.
DEMOCRATS HARD AT WORK Cox and His Advisers Try to Complete Or- -:: ganization AWAIT ADVICE FROM STATE CHAIRMAN Before Announcing Make Up of Special Cam paign Committee , Columbus, 0.. July 22. While Re publicans at their presidential noti fication held the political e-potllght to-day, Governor Cox, the Democratic work toward completing their organi zation. Columbus was almost solidly Demo cratic to-day with all Republicans to make the trip to Marion at the cere monies there. Governor Coi and his aids hoped to announce soon the. special campaign committee of 13. They awaited word tn.dav from the state chairman to whom names of suggested appointeea had been telegraphed for approval. ALL RUN DOWN AND WORN OUT Because you have not thoroughly purified your blood, but have allowed to remain in it the accumulations of waste matter,, that'-cause weakness, loss of appetite, dull headache, broken- sleep, backache, eruptions ana numors and other troubles. ' ' Take Hood's SarsaparilIo,4he medi cine that' renovates, strengthens, tones it Will build you up, make you feel better all over. ..- , ..Hood's Pills help as a stomach-toning, digestive cathartic. Adv. ' WM. ARMSTRONG DEAD. Waa Prominent Leather Manufacturer of Paabody, Mass. Peabody, Mass., July 22. William Armstrong, a leather manufacturer here for many years, and known widely in New England and New York state, died yesterday. He was 61 years of age. '' WHO IS Wm'n as- well as men are made miserable by T0 kidney and bladder trou ble. Thousands recom- TM.AME? md Dr- KHuner'a XJurki.uu . Swamp.Root( the great kidney medicine. - At druggists in large and medium size bottles. You may receive a sample size by Parcel Post, also pamphlet telling about it. Address Dr. Kilmer A Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., and enclose ten cents, also mention the Barre Times.--Adv. For Hair And Skin Health Cuticura Is Supreme The majority of skin and scalp troubles might be prevented by usingCuticura Soap exclusively for all toilet purposes. On tha slightest sign of redness, roughness. Simple or dandruff, apply a little Cuticura lintment. Cuticura Talcum soothes and coots the akin and overcomes heavy per spiration. Delicate, delightful, distingue. Itavl. luft fn. trXtl. AUrni: "Cittern I..brtortM,D.)t a7r.UkldeB.HftH." Soldevery- wnere. softpvoo. uiiumcncoianaixKi. laicvmsoe. BMFCuticura Soap ahavu without mug. W. K. VANDER BILT IS ILL TORTURED HER STOIC II He Is Reported to Be; Suf fering from Heart Trou-: ble and Complications J HE WAS TAKEN HyL AT AVTEVIL, FRANCE While Attending the Races Since Then He Has Been Slowly Declining Paris, July 22. William K. Vander bilt is1 in a very critical condition. He id reported to be slowly declining, suf fering from heart trouble with complications. ADVANCE ON THRACE. Greek Troops Have Begun Occupation of Eastern Territory. Saloniki, (Jreeec. July 22. The Greek troops have begun their advance in the occupation of eastern Thrace, ac cording to official announcement here yesterday. Telegraphic and railroad communi cations have been suspended between Constantinople and the interior, the an nouncement adds. Mr. Vanderbilt, who is an ardent racing enthusiast and sportsman, be came suddenly ill while attending the races at Autetiil on April 15. His con dition next day was pronounced as much better. Since that time there have been rumors that he waa se riously ill, but these were subsequent ly denied. BRITISH PAY FROM GERMANY. After Ten Years, She Found i Relief In ."Fruit-a-fives" 8S07 Sacto Ave., Sacramento, Cau i "I had Stomach Trouble for ten years, which became 80 bad that I got Stomach Cramps two or three times a week. After years of terrible torture, I read about Fruit-a-tives or Fruit Liver Tablets, and sent for a trial box. After taking the trial box, I felt better, so kept on taking 'Fruits-lives for newly ay tar, and am thankful to say 'Fruit-a-tives' saved my life". MKS. F. S. STOLZ. 60c. a box, 6 for $2.60, trial size 25c, At dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES limited. OGDENSBURG. N. Y. IN SHORTENED GAME JONES CO. BEAT BARCLAY Wilt Accept Sixteen Franca a Day for Soldier Cost Paris, July 22. Great Britain, it is understood, will agree to accept 16 francs from Germany as the daily cost of maintaining a soldier of the army of occupation along . the Rhine, the, same as tne f rencn cost, aitnougn tne British expense per man is consider ably higher. The United States has not been asked to take such action, it was stated, as the reported belief in official circles here is that America would withdraw her troops unless she received the full cost for their maintenance from Germany. Weak in His Upper Story. "Reggie is going into the country on Saturday." "For a week end?" y "Yes; hhs head's been bothering him." Boston Transcript. - Some Good Ball Playing Seen at Lin coln Campus Till Rain Came Score Three to Two. When the sudden heavy shower swooped down upon Lincoln campus last evening the Jones Brothers Co. nine had tallied four scores against the Barclay Brothers' two. It was in the first half of the sixth inning that the rain brought a sudden stop to the game, so the official score for the five complete innings remains three to two in favor of the Joneses. When Umpire Paul Scampini called the game two men had been retired and "Dutchy" Riciarelli was safe on second, after hitting out a -safe one and stealing second, the Jones team being at bat.. A good single bv 11. Massie, coupled with a nice double to deep left field by Broderick, had scored another run for the victors. This, as already intimated, couH not be in cluded in the official scoring. In the first place the opposing bat teries were composed of brothers, the McCarthys vs. the Starrs. They worked together like brothers and made the Keep Looking Young Nobody wants to grow old looking any faster than they can help; some look old at forty, while others don't begin to show their -age, At-aeventy.. . ., Everybody knows, that to keep young looking you have first got to be bleared with good health, and second to do as little worrying as possible. Most of the ilk that the flesh is heir to are caused by a disordered stomach, liver or kidneys. These can-be regulated and kept in good condition by taking SEVEN BARKS, nature's great remedy of root and herbs. Digestive troubles also 'spoil beauty, rob you of sleep, make dark rings around the eves and ruins the com plexion. Let SEVEN BARKS digest your food and tone up your stomach, then you may eat what you like; bright eyes will soon return, and you will feel fit for your daily duties. Science says that old age begins witn weakened kidneys and digestive organs. If you keep these organs cleansed and in proper working order, old age can be deferred and life prolonged beyond, the average age. No better remedy can be found than SEVEN BARKS to keep the stomach, liver and kidneys in good order, thug assuring J'ou good health. Old-fashioned natures remedies are the best, so don't fail to keep a bottle of SEVEN BARKS on hand. Get it at your druggist's. Price, 60 cents. Adv. REICHSTAG Will Meet Next Monday to Discuss Presidential Election Date SPA CONFERENCE REPORTS TO BE MADE BEST IN THE LONG R. DO NOT allow the high praise giyen.Silverfown Cords to make you think they must be expensive. They are best in the long run-chepest in the end. ' Goodrich uvertown dmcricas First' Cokd Tire 77i Goodrich Adjustment "Basis t'Silvertown Cordis utiles 'Fabric Tires 6000 utiles game a good one to watch. Meanwhile, their teammates supported them with good ball playing. The nondescript uni forms covered, the forms of some dia mond men that in a regulation suit are fast players with other Barre teams, nd despite these old loose clothes and shoes, which the most wore, their abili ty was evident. Both teams scored twice in the first inning and the third for the Jones team came in the fifth, thus: Parks, first up, hit a fast infield rap but was out at the initial sack. Bottiggi, next up, got a tree pass and in the time it might take a gTey hound to reach sec ond safely Bottiggi had done so. . R. McCarthy made a throw from the plate to catch him stealing, threw it high, causing I "a til to jump and touch the ball with the end of his fingers, the ball bounding in back of him. ''Neith er the shortstop nor the second sacker believed he would steal with the ball so near, but Bottiggi, as everyone knows, who has seen him in action, loe no time on bases, and was nafe at third, before they recovered the ball t such a short distance. A good bunt down the third base line bv B. Starr brought in the winning score, Starr reaching first cafely in the pitcher's attempt to catch Bottiggi at the plate. ''Dutchy" Rirciarelli, who played for Springfield until a week or 10 dsys ago, did some excellent work at short yesterday and made a clever pick-up and throw to first in the, fifth inning. The scorei Jones Brothers ' r h Fieciarelli, ss 10 Tarks, 3b 1 1 Bottiggi, 2b 1. 0 B tarr, c 0 2 W. Starr, p 0 1 2 Mudjrett, rf 0 0 0 P. Massie, f 0 1 0 H Maie, If 0 0 0 Broderick, lb 0 1 4 At an Early Session of the Reichstag, Says Lon don Dispatch London, July 22. The German Keichfctag has been summoned to meet Monday, according to an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Berlin. Its business will include a discussion on the date for holding the presidential elections. Chancellor Fehrenbach and Foreign Minister Simons, the dispatch adds, are expected to make statements on the Spa conference at either Monday's or Tuesday's session of the Reichstag. A Koenigsburg message to the Ex change Telegraph Co. saya plan are proceeding for the formation of a red army in East Prussia. ' " SOLDIER A SUICIDE. po 0 0 1 8 Total .. 3 6 15 5 3 Barclay Brothers.' r Ironside, ,1b 0 rowlie. ps K. McCarthy, c Berger. lb Paul. 2b ..... I. McCarthy p r. Wilson, i f . . X. Cheney. If . Morgan, rf ... po 0 0 0 rt 1 o o 1 1 Total 2 1 15 8 1 Summary Earned runs bv Jones Brother' three, bv Barclay Brothers' two: two bajie hits by Parks, P. Mas sie and Broderick; struck nut, bv Starr eight, by MCarthy four Bcrger in the at part of the ripf hit the ball to left field, which, under normal condi turns, would have been a good single and possibly a double, but the tall gra.s in this particular part of the field allowed him a home run, driving in row lie on tecond. Yesterday's American League Games. At Philadelphia, Philadelphia 7, St Louis 2. At New York, New York 4, Cleve land 3. At Boston, Boston 2, Chicago 1. American League Standing. Won. Lost. Cleveland M 2! New York Sit .12 Chicago 52 :t4 St. Louis 42 44 Washington 3fl 42 H w ton M 44 Detroit 23 53 Philadelphia 25 1 Pet 57 64 0,S 4 4S1 470 ..V4 .2l Yesterday's National League Game. At St. Louis, St. Louis 3. Boston 2 At rittsburg, Pittr-burg 4. Brook lyn 3. "At Cincinnati, New York 5, Cincin nati 3. At Chicago, Philadelphia, fl, Chica go 1. National League Standing. Won. Lot. Brooklyn . . Cincinnati . Pittfd.iire .. St. L.Mii ... New York . Chicago .... Boston Philadelphia 52 4; . 41 41 41 41 .11 25 .14 .i 4.1 4.' 4 4.1 til Pet JVM .575 51.1 .500 4!4 .41 .414 .24 POLES PERPETRATED ATROCITIES Jewish Population Badly Treated by Retreating Army. . London. .Iiilr l ( leih Telegraphic Acwvt. bar?e that the Pule in the tire f their rrtrrat lfore the Ixd.heviki rarried nut numeron po groms and rer-tratd atrocities of the gret BBtnre upon niemher of t)ii .lemi-h pf'piiltkn are vmtinH in an ofiinal h'l-hevik wirW met- . . . 1 1. a 1 rt A m V Tii YT1 fXirr -. - I pe declare tbat mot of the viHg- in it ccin'i "i -" - --- -...... burned an l ' at in mrj intn" leih farmer re driven Into the fame?. Word. "What dd the cawfdafe MT at b:2 W' Jat f' NV.i hjnc " n the '. ?W and fTHi- j jre he d d - rfc.;.! j V.a PvV. Supply Sergeant Caasiut W. Little of Fort Ethan Allen. Burlincton. July 22. Sunnlv Ser geant Cassius W. Little, 42, of the sup ply troop oi tne third cavalry of rort Kthan Allen, committed suicide yester day by shooting himself with a 45 cali bre . revolver. Sergeant Littel was discovered in his room in tne supply company barracks bv Lieutenant Price shortly after the hooting took place. o reason is given for the act- lhe man returned to this country from France with the third cavnlary in June, 1019. He had been 1!) years in the service. His home wn in Kureka, Jvan. PORT CLOTHES Lots of men who don't go in for sports like to wear the "sport" models. They're made nowadays with the idea that you can wear them for business. New ideas in. pockets and lapels; a new line or so in the shaping of the coat. You wouldn't wear "knickers" for business, but you may like the other style features in sport clothes. We're here with the latest Hart Schaffner & Marx styles in clothes. Open Monday evening as usual. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 No. Main Street Tel. 275M REACH GRAND RAPIDS. Alaska-Bound Planes Complete Second Leg of Journey. Grand Rapids, Mich., July 22. Two of the Alaaka-buund army airplanes, No. 2 and No. 4, arrived here nhortly before noon yesterday from Erie, Pa., having covered the second leg of their long flight in four hours and 15 min utes. Engine trouble forced plane No. 1 to land near Erie. No. 3 reached Grand Kapida Monday. EAST ORANGE Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mills visited rela tive! in Topsham recently. R. H. Blake waa in Barre Saturday. Walter Dickey and family, Fred Da vis and family and Mr. Dickey of Bradford were Sunday visitors at Fred Brooke.' Mra. K. L. Sanborn went to Bur lington Saturday to see Mr. Sanborn, who is there for treatment Harold Bridge waa a Barre visitor recently. Mrs. A. C. Coleman of East Barre and ton, Vernon, spent a couple of days at O. A. Prescott's recently. Sirs. Orange Minard, who has been spending several days in Magog, P. 0-, has returned home, coming with her sister's people by automobile. They made a short visit before starting for their home in California, H. F. Mills, Harold Bridge, Charles Claflin, Daniel Page and son, William, were at Piermont .Station Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Burroughs and son, Arthur, visited relatives in Brook field Sunday. ; Harold Dwinell, county agent, waa a vinitor in town Thursday. Mrs. Delia Clark and Charles Dow were Barre visitors Friday. Charles Richardson spent the week end at his home in Orange. J. , Ti in lemon t&$ TT TT mm t ' J ,1V 4 M i . r . iv a SB i t Ke 1 . V . . i i; jr i'-' si ' ,4ft?Wf ftl'li hev."fci!er-Vmon over! vfUltlkHl Umon&! Hurry up! Gee I'M-X hitiiil I whUikens. but if. coodU Yea. the kid, can Jrink all they -& 4 -MJSiwi want-for it i, made by the exclu- rSlX :l t tft 4 Xl I l ve Ward proce,, from nothinc Vr ; i ' i f..ts,inVr-:fH'i,J but die pure delicious od pressed 'Mtf rtV- ' tV i iW ri from California lemons, finest '"l &Uted .uSar. carbonated XI t; V- - W? atcr aHd'citxic acid, the natural A' v T4l tAi acidcf the lemon. 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