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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1920.
N. MONTPELIER TEAM AHEAD When Game With Barre East Hill Ended on Lin coln Campus Saturday SCORE 7 TO 2 1 IN POOR GAME Slayton, Barre, Man Pitched for No. Mont pelier and Did Well. ; ; The North Montpelier team, strength ened by the addition of Slayton and Pariezo, Barre players, easily defeat el the Barre east hill team, seven to two, Saturday afternoon at Lincoln . . 1L. campus, f requent errors marreu im playing of both teams, and made tne game to poor one to watch for the few spectators present. North Mont pelier showed up as decidedly the bet ter of the two teams, but a great part of the credit of their showing must be given to Slayton, who struck out 15 men. The local team displayed a decided lack of practice and, conse quently, their playing was ragged dur ing t1e greater part of the game. The visitors scored first In the initial inning. Bean singled to right and stole second, scoring a minute later when Sawyer dropped Jeffords fly. Jeffords took third without any trouble, but was thrown out when he attempted to' score on ' a bad pitch. Another tally was chalked up in the third Inning. Persons singled through short and stole second. Slayton fanned. Bean shot a liner over second, scoring Per sons, and himself took second on the throw to catch his teammate at the plate. Pariezo singled through sec ond, sending Bean to third, but the next two men failed to connect, and they were left sitting on the bags. North Montpelier sewed up the game in the fifth, when errors and a wild throw gave them a trio of tallies. Per sons was called out on strikes. Slayton shot a single over second, and ad vanced a base when Chase mussed Bean's eaey grounder. Pariezo struck out. Slayton scored directly after wards, however, when Pironi booted Jefford's grounder. Brown dumped a slow roller to Chase, who chose to play for Bean at the plate, but threw wild, allowing both Bean and Jeffords to count. Brown was left on second, when Guernsey was out, H. Johnson to Gall. :. . East hill counted for' the first time in the fifth when Sawyer obtained a free ticket, stole second and scored when CHALLENGES FOR YACHT CUP LAST SEASON'S DISEASE GERMS Traces of grip, influenza, fevers, may be lingering in your blood causing that extreme weakness, tired feeling, bad digestion, indefinite pains, dull headache all symptoms of possible greater danger For fine full restora- Alexander C. ROSS of Cape tiva fr.nfmnnf fairs HVind SnrnftDHrlllft L to purify your blood, strengthen your Breton Seeks a Con nerves, restore your appetite, and take . noo FTood'a Pilla to stimulate vour liver teSt in lvZ and regulate your bowels. A splendid combination of tonic and cathartic. I SUBSCRIPTION FOR Adv. I BUILDING RACER KNIGHTS OF COTUMBUS MEETING IN NEW YORK Not Received Formal Notification Bean let J. Johnson's grounder get away from him. The locals' other score NeV York Yacht Club HaS came in me loiiowing inning, uau sin gled to left and took second when Chase poked one past the short stop, Both men advanced a base when O'Keefe grounded out to first. Hall nit into an easy out, urns to uittie, .v, vrV a ov w i but Gall was able to reach home on ander a Canadian Tachtinf. Yesterday's American League Games, the play. Chase went to sleep on &.!. ,.. !.., . New York 5. Chicaco 3. tnira, nowever, ana was caugnt nines the Kew York y hfc , b . from the Dag by i-anezo, tne piay re- fo the Anprha.m ,, in 1B9, - r , great interest in yachting circles here The 38th Annual Convention Will Be Started to-morrow Delegates from 10 States Already in the City. New York, Aug. 2. Delegates were arriving in large numbers to-day to attend the opening session to morrow of the 38th annual convention of the Knights of Columbus. Representatives from 14 states were already here, hav ing come by special trains. The su pre me board of directors to-day con sidered a request of Joseph E. Doyle of Shanghai, that the work of the or der be extended to China. Business sessions will begin to-morrow morn ing after celebration of solemn ponti flcal mass in St. Patrick's cathedral by Archbishop Bonzano, papal delegate to Washington. tiring the side. The visitor, gained two more run. to.day but n aut'horHatfve g(atement in the sixth on a single and two un necessary errors, completing the scor ing in the game. Bo(h teams were able to run wild on the bases without dan ger of being thrown out and, with er rors as frequent as they were, the won der is that there were not more scores for the, visitors. The score: EAST HILL ab r h po a IL Johnson, ss, 2b. . . 4 Bjorn, 2b, cf . , 4 Pironi, p, 2b........ 4 Gall, lb...,,... 4 "Chase, 3b, ss. ...... 4 O'Keefe, i.e.......... A Hall, If.. 3 Sawyer, rf .......... 3 J. Johnson, 2b, n 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 1 14 0 1 1 2 1 10 I 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 10 Wright, cf.. 0.0 0 0 0 Total ............33 2 4 27 21 mu. i rtxifcK id r u po a e Slayton, p.......... S Bean, ss 5 Pariezo, 3b 4 Jeffords, cf 5 Brown, c 5 Guernsey, If 3 Little, lb 4 Cline, 2b 4 Persons, rf.. 4 2 1 0 19 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 18 1 1 0 4 1 3 1 0 could, ba obtained on the club's atti tude. " It - was stated that no action eould be taken until the challenge wag received. The formal challenge was said to be in the mails. Mr, Ross' telegram to J. P.- Mor gan,, commodore of the New York Yacht club, made public last ' night, stated that the challenger would be built on the Atlantic coast and manned by Canadians. Advices from Canada said that the craft probably would be called ;"The Maple Leaf" and that the estimated cost of one million dollars wo.uld be raised by popular subscription. Mr. Ross, whose home is In Sydney, Cape Breton, is a former member of the Canadian Parliament, a life member of the Cape Breton Royal Yacht club, and a member of the Halifax Yacht club. His Yacht Cibau defeated all comers in Cape Breton waters a few years ago. j Washington 8, Cleveland 5. Boston 4, Detroit 2. St. Louis 12, Philadelphia 3. Saturday's Games. St. Louis 13, New York 8. Cleveland 2, Boston 1. Philadelphia 6, Chicago 1. Detroit 3, Washington 2. American League Standing. Won. Lout. Cleveland 65 New York 6. Chicago 60 Washington 45 St. Louis 40 Boston 41 Detroit , 35 Philadelphia, 2i) 33 37 3! 47 49 52 50 70 Pet. .663 .637 .606 .48!) .484 .435 .372 .203 SHAMROCK TOWED TO CITY ISLAND Total Unsuccessful Contender for America's Cup to Be Dismantled and Probably Scrapped. 39 7 7 27 21 5 1 e,r oric, Aug. z. Shamrock IV, Chase ran for Hall in the second Sir Thomas Lipton's unsuccessful chal and ninth. lenger lor tne America a cup, was 1 Guernsey ran for Cline in the sixth, towed from her moorings in the Hud North Montpelier 1 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 0-7 n "Vel t0'dy to at IiUnd' t0 b East Hill 00001 100 o 2 u""""""cu "lm p,uu"u,.v i.-rpea. ru- ' , ., I lice estimated that 35,000 persons vis-Summary-Two-base hit, Guernsey: ,ilkA 4V, v.. ferritin haslAsi H .lAhnann T iVxwm Ti.nn: I n ' Pariezo, friiernsey 2, Cline, Persons; struck out by Pironi 3, by J. Johnson 7, by Slayton 15; bases on balls, off Pironi, off J. Johnson, off Slayton: hit by pitcher, by Slayton, J. Johnson and Hall; time, 1 nr., 40 m.; umpires, Yesterday's National League Games. New York 3, Cincinnati 2. Brooklyn 6, St. Louis 1. Saturday's Games. Cincinnati 6, New York 2. Brooklyn 0, St. Louis 5. Pittsburg 4, Boston 2 (first game) Boston fl, Pittsburg 1 (second game). Chicago 6, Philadelphia 3. National League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet FIND SHORTAGE OF ABOUT $4000 In Accounts of Lieut. James D. Nolan, Finance Director at Chicago DISCREPANCY MAY BE MUCH LARGER Lieut. Nolan Left Home July 13 and Not Been , Heard from Since RAILROAD WARFARE KEEPS UP IN IRELAND Government and Sinn Fein Seem Re solved to Place Blame on Each Other for Any Failure That May Develop. Dupblin, Aug., 2. The Irish railway situation apparently has resolved it self into a contest between the gov ernment and Sinn Fein, and all the! moves on each side are calculated from that point of view, . If there is to be a genera! stoppage of all traffic each side is determined to make the other responsible for it, and there will be an argument as to whether it is a strike or a lockout. The government has been accumulating transport, and has no difficulty in con veying any quantity of guns and muni tions to any part of Ireland. It has Chicago, Aug. 2.-Lieutenant James by tenderjne munition(1 for the frifih uonaia j.omn, director or nnances of goods trains, which, on the refusal of the central department of the United J the railroad men to handle them, would States armv. has mvsterioualr disan- have meant depriving Ireland of many peared and auditors who are checking of the necessities of life. his accounts have found a discrepancy The trouble, which has occurred, has amounting to $4,000, it was announced bfn Bolely on the passenger trains to-day. . According to federal authori- "nu " Deen mainiy concerned witn tics, the shortage mav amount to tne Tiage or small parties of police- manv thousands of dollars. According men or of troops, who are being used D I 4- At - 1! a L C I to information made public, Lieuten- we ponce, ai nrst ant Nolan left his home on July 13, 'hen the ilwaymen refused to carry telling his wife, she said, that he had them the soldiers or police took it calm- been called to Washington on govern- ' """en "arratKs. jai ment business. When Mrs. Nolan failed " " he government issued an order to hear from her husband, it was stated "a he oldle or PoIice ,hould sit hhe innuired at his office at armv head- 1 r"g" ""a m- 1 i Brooklyn 57 42 .576 Cincinnati 52 40 .565 New York 48 45 .516 Pittbburg 47 45 .311 Chicago 40 50 .403 St. Louis 44 52 .458 Boston 40 47 .460 Philadelphia 38 54 .413 Without Reserve. -" She Husbands should be frank and tell their wives everything. He Yes, and wives should be gen erous and believe it. Boston Tran script. B O'Keefe and Stoddard. "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" FREE RADIUM TREATMENT For Sufferers from Cancer at Buffalo, N. Y., Beginning Oct. 13. New York, Aug. 2. Free radium treatment for sufferers from cancer will be administered beginning Oct. 15 by tbe state institution for the study of malignant diseases at Buffalo, it was announced here te-day. The treat merit has been made possible through a recent appropriation of $225,000 for the purchase of two and one-quarter grams of the precious mineral. "Any citizen of the United States will be trested free of charge," said Or. Harvey R. Gaylord, director of the Buffalo institution, "but preference will he given to residents of New York Hate." "Mr Ask the man on the roof He knows KEX- The Best Asphalt Shingle Made We can fill your orders if we re ceive them at once. The N.D.Phelps Co., Inc. Phone " Barre, Vt. 29 r r V , Is ,j Jl) Qy 5 i -1 2 It A GENUINE, iy Zi j Z' 9 quarters and was told that the office thought he was at home, indisposed. Army authorities stated that Lieu tenant Nolan deposited in a safe in his office, the combination of which he alone knew, sums ranging from $25, 000 jto $100,000, during the course of month's routine. Experts were sum- sibt on being carried. They were also directed to present themselves at the next train starting for their destination. Hence a series of spasmodic holdups of trains all over the country, which cannot be relieved till the police de cide to withdraw. Wherever the police to open the safe, after the I , . ....... . . finance officer's disappearance, but ac cording to the authorities there was no money in it. railwaymen responsible are dismissed. But the passenger trains, which do not stop at that station are unaffected, and run through as usual. On the midland line this has meant that trains from DEFEATED ST. ALBANS fcb'i" ltJt .tthn71. ;,nd xwcv in " nun vi aitisi r UU1 ill still run. The driver, fjreman and guard start ing from Dublin convey their train as far as the point where the police want to get on. They refuse to go any fur ther, and there is a regular daily list of dismissals. j How small on the whole is the trou- ! ble so far may be estimated from the BAGS SUITCASE! TRUNKS When you go away for your vacation, you ought to be properly equipped as to baggage. A nobby new bag or suit case will do as much as anything else to put you in tune for real vacation en joyment Before you start, just step in Here and let us show you around ; you'll be sur prised how reasonably we've priced our best leather bags and cases. Open Monday evenings as usual. Moore & Owens Barrels Leading Clothiers 122 No. Main St. Tel. 275-M MONTPELIER K. OF C. Visitors Presented Patched Up Team And Had Little Chance Score Was Nine to One. I The Montpelier Knights of Columbus defeated the St. Albans baseball team on the Montpelier seminary campus Saturday afternoon by a score of nine to one. St. Albans got its (core in the EiAnd SrininT .arinrr ihi nin Tmrir Duncan received a hot one right from h.WMk or monthl' thft ltrn' w,t of the '" rarried " of the dismissed men come mainly from Sinn Fein sympathisers. There is no likelihood that the rail way men will yield, but even if they wished to do so Sinn Fein would not let them. Sinn Fein, for example, thinks that petrol for the air force is a munition of war. The railwaymen did not think that, and had conveyed three thousand gallons to Mullingar, en route for the air force of Orsnmore. At Mullingar the train was boarded bv an armed partr who refused to allow it fact that the total dismissals after to proceed with the petrol. They took V 5 Phonograph ON YOUR OWN TERMS 2 can have the full enjoyment of this ..! . rf l it genuine raine rnonograpn ail summer, and then if you want to exchange it for a larger size Pathe the money you have paid in convenient weekly or monthly payments will go towards paying in the same way, for your New Pathe any model you select. 5 Cr i 4.1 m 11 u i: T-. t , . . 4 1 e v. -j 1 Jr iiisn ui un aai io uiirs iu ire lilt? ul in jml ui uir eitiiun;u, liu l . , , JVii4 i i j . i ..... -i j j i m. oiiHinee iisva nuuiiieu uui siiuiu nulax'ttn I no erniTiA trnilis hA Tnriran I e hi breath. The game was called in situation may be relieved any the eighth inniM. when Montoelier M8? b' dec,s,or of the government c- r-' - I I i I it.. 1 a. Tl,.i wasbattinp, with two scores made and l" ' I ' wn n,.f W.U. or It helnerf f.h. wouM be hailed- bowvr. v- . . . t!-1. :..J l.- : home. The last named team played n ...:(.,, a... ..,i, " j . I out to hold the an8iz.es have decided to justice to them, it should be said that "":" mmoT: U"J' they "picked up" two men at the sta- ""Pn.ea oy n armea guara lion ...they were leaving St. Albans f honor- " they w trwn with to make the nine players. Several lne ,'"ra J ou,u changes in the lineup occurred as a to, hi termuiu.. If they went result of this. without the guard it would be if- In the second inning, for St. Albans, ""owiedglng the Mnn t em power, sna Woodward went out a.t first: Keihnrtr ""'" "V and Vevins singled, Keiburg scoring on ,ike n other passenger, at any sta- h 1nt inirl rarroll .nrl r.nAfrev fwt i v struck out. Woodard oitrhed a tk1 bo,r1- The barristers in many case. ram h,.t nt .,nnr,H Th. doin8 the same thing, and as a spe ' - . ,i . j:ar. i it. itors singled occasionally, but these ,f u,.luralu" were so scattered that littl. u ac lune n"v permission to p- complUhed. P' " fourt without their wif "nd Montpetier played a steady game ow"" " "rB ?! and did not make a single error ar "ena".n" 7 Pen?er trains l.rourhnnt. Itnnerti w.nt aft.r on. ow "Dl w incSJCUlSDie cnances OI -,.t v;. delay. The dispute is Hot at all a " t sj wv " "111 si ! nasi LV'l J SUJI I , - knorke.1 it down so that Shannon w. trd,, un,on' nd no unlon fn now ifiven a hit instead of Lamnerti ,n -r- "i Ior suppon ror. Montpelier got in the first inning. Lamperti singled, Pobbs aivanced him to second and he scored on a wild throw, when Murphy reached first. Comi, who had bpen hit by the ball, lso advanced and srored on Carroll's error in handling Ponnollv's grounder. Carroll made another error in the third allowing Pape to reach first. He stole and scored on Comi's single. Comi stole third and scored on Manchester's error st third. In the fifth. Murphy singled. Donnolly reached first on an error by Moore ;then McAvoy doubled, scoring both men. Dobbs singled in the sixth and stole second, scoring on Pape's double. Three hits snd an error aKowed two men to score in the' eighth inning. The score: j MOXTrKLIKR h po a e Lamperti, 3b 2 0 1 0 Dobbs. ss 2 0 1 0 Pape, 2b 1 1 2 0 Comi. lb 2 fl 0 0 Murphy, c 1 8 1 0 IVnml!y, If 0 10 0 McAvoy, rf 1 1 0 0 Hamel, cf 0 3 0 0 M Donald, p 0 1 4 0 to the embankment and spilled out the lot. It is regarded as an interesting sidelight on military Administration that the authorities had taken no pre cautions whatever against risk and had left the pertol to travel without a guard. BROKE U. S. NAVY RECORD Why the Congregation Laughed. The absent-minded old minister. was greatly dependent on his practical wife. One Sunday morning the lady sent up sn announcement after he had entered the pulpit, with a footnote intended to be private. "The Woman's Missionary Society, he read aloud, "will meet Wednesday afternoon at three sharp. Your necktie is crooked, pleaee straighten it to wards the right" Boston Transcript. A Ringer. Why didn't you send up a man to mend our electric bell! He did go, Madam, but as he rang the door bell twice and got no answer, he concluded that there was no one at borne. F.lectrical Kxperimenter. For Largest Continuous Cruise for Bat tleships. Honolulu, T. H., Aug., 2. Spuadron two, of the Atlantic battleship fleet, with Vice-Admiral Hilary P. Jones commanding and carrying upwards of 1,509 Annapolis midshipment, which ar rived here recently for an eight-day visit broke, the record for the longest continuous cruise for battleships in the history of the United States navy, ac cording to officers of the fleet. The leg of the trip from Panama to Honolulu, 4,(M5 miles, is aid to be the longest non-stop voyage for battleships in the navy's annals. Engine room rec ords showed that an aevrage speed of, 11 and one-half knots was maintained, as against the 10-knot average speed when the Connecticut, flagship of this squadron, led the Atlantic fleet around the world in 1908. During their long voyage the mid shipmen worked a regular saileYs. They swabbed decks, shoveled coal and did everything that falls to the lot of the enlisted men. While in Honolu lu, officers and men of the fleet, mid shipmen and reservists were guests of honor at numbers of entermainments from the admiral's ball down to the private swimming party at Waikiki.' A "Good Sport." .,; Here's a seasonable definition by Oliver Wendell Holmes. "To brag lit tle, to show well; to crow gently, if in luck; to pay up; to own up; to shut up if beaten. That is the highest type of sportsmanship." Boston Tran script. Total S 24 9 0 Barre 'Drag Co0 Temporary Store Nichols Block 205 N. Main St. ST. ALBANS h po a e Shannon, If, ib 1 1 0 0 Smith, lb 0 11 O 1 Mcore, . If I 0 2 2 Woodward, p O 0 1 0 NVihurg. cf, r-h 2 1 1 1 Man.he-ter, 31.. f 1 2 1 1 Nein, c 1 6 1 0 Carroll. 2h. rf 0 1 1 2 Godfrey, rf, s 0 1 2 0 Tof.l , 23 9 7 Montpelier 20202 10 2 ! St. A!bn OI 0 0 0 O00-1 Summary Two-bae hit. McAvoy. Tape; sacrifice hits. Ilbs; Molen baes, Comi 2. Dbbs, Pspe, Nevins; hit by pitched ball, Xevin, Comi: struck out, by MrTWiald 8. by Wood ward 8; pd hl!. Murphy; wild pitch. Woodward; oore made bv Lam perti. LVbtw. Comi 2, Tap, Murphy, Donnelly, Ne.'burg; umpire", Duncan and Shpard. We will toon be back in our new modern itore. for the opening date. Watch By Wear. D.bb-That' a worf'ed suit you're nrfi, in't it ? Uabha Eht the IL C. L. pr.ud lj; B.d'y. Eufalo Lijrei. Gll AlYn B RBI fl H IB P A B B g HiaraBigflnwwaggpw V. SURELY your car deserves the best in tiro equipment, Ajax Cord Tire3 are built to out wear, to outlast, and to give your car that enappy !VeLWhodn look. They are dignified, durable and dependable. Note that Cleated Tread. 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