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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BAKRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920.
FINE PITCHING li BY M'DONALD ' But He Lost Game to Que . tec Royal Athletics in 11th Inning VISITING SLUGGERS JVERE JIELD DOWN Montpelier Knights of Co lumbus Team Made a yaliant Stand , , A GOOD MEDICINE FOR LOSS OF APPETITE General debility and that tired feel ing Is Hood'i Sarsaparilla.. This highly concentrated, economical medicine is a greater favorite in thousands of homes. It is peculiarly successful in purifying and revitalizing the blood, promoting digestion, restoring aninia tion and building ' up the whole sys tem. Get this dependable medicine to-day and begin taking it at once. If you need a laxative take Hood's pills. Ypu will surely like them Adv. STOLEN GOODS RECOVERED Harry Doljin, St. Johns- bury Garage Man, Gets $1,000 Back McDonald, the 20-year-old pitcher of the Montpelier Knights of Columbus, received congratulations on all sides, following the baseball game played in Montpelier Tuesday afternoon, when he held the heavy slugging team of the Montreal Colored Royals to three hits in 11 innings, .although he lost the game by a score of one to nothing, on a double, fallowed by a single in the 11th inning. It was a pretty game to watch and tie visiting team did not put a regu lar pitcher into the game until they were forced to in the 10th inning. Then, Carter, who . started the game Mon day, came in from right field, where h had been playing and Fielder Wells went back to his usual position. ' McDonald allowed Land to get a t single in the sixth inning, but it amounted to nothing for 'he threw the next man out at first. Donnolly, after two men were out in the seventh, hammered out a tripple, bnt Sullivan struck out. The home team was strengthened by Slayton and S'uIIivan, two visitig players, and McDonald in the box. They batted Wells freely, but the fast work of the visiting team prevented scoring. When Donnolly had walked and Mc Donald had singled in the 10th inning, Carter relieved Wells and Lamperti was an easy out at first. In the 11th inning only three men faced Carter and they were easy outs. "The visiting team did not have a chance to score until the sixth inning when Pape dropped George's fly and Land sing.'ed; but Thompson could nrtt come through and was out at first. They got a man on in the next inninjr, but it amounted to nothinu. In the lth inninr. "PuTtn,- 4ukUfi mrA Hnfa - ! way sacritied lfim to third. Then George singled, scoring Fuller, but George was out at second on Land's fielder's choice, while Thompson was an , easy out at first. Lamperti, for Montpelier in the first inning, nearly scored. Fuller's error allowed him to go to first and ad vanced him to second. A wild pitch Jet him go to third, bnt he w thrown out between third and the plate. In the next inning Comi got a single, but on Murphy's fielder's choice was caught at second, and the next two were easy outs. In the fourth Montpelier cot a man on but it was wasted. The same thing occurred in' the' fifth and sixth,' In the seventh Donnolly got his tri ple, only to be left on third. Another error allowed Dobbs to get on first in eighth, but Pape flied out to Fuller. In the 10th Donnolly was walked, Sul livan flied out to Fuller, McDonald sin gled advancing Donnoly. Lamperti hit to Garry, near second, who threw to Fuller at second and the 'latter relayed the ball to Thompson, getting McDonald at second and Lamperti at first for a nice double play. The score: ROYALS h Garry, 2b...,........'..... 0 Fuller, ss. ........ 1 Getaway, cf 0 George, 3b........... 1 Land, If 1 Thompson, lb.... . ...0 13 Carter, rf, p.. 0 0 Bowdon, c 0 10 Wells, p, rf .... 0 2 WARRANT ISSUED FOR BOSTON MAN Tires and Automobile Sup plies Were Carried Away rtdri 'Large Truck t po 2 3 2 0 1 Total 3 33 12 4 MONTPELIER h Lamperti, 3b 0 Dobbs, ss. 1 Tape, cf 0 Comi, lb..' 1 Murphy, c... Slay ton, 2b.. Donnolly, If. . Sullivan, rf.. McDonald, p. po 1 2 2 19 4 2 1 1 1 Total 4 33 17 1 Summary Runs, Fuller: two-base hit. Fuller; Three-base hit, Donnolly; sacrifice, Wells, Getaway; stolen bases, Getaway 2, Bowdon, Dobbs; double plays, Wells to Thompson, Garry to Fuller to Thompson; base on balls, Wells 2, McDonald 2; wild pitch, xVelle hit by pitched ball, Bowdon; struck out, by McDonald 4, by Wells 8; umpires, Duncan and D. John Dobbs. Of Two Devils. Xexdore I dont see how you can stand your daughter's continual bang ing on the piano. Xaybor It prevents me from hear ing a, lot of her mother's nagging. Boston Transcript. St. Johnsbury, Aug. 4. In less than 48 hours after his garage had been bur glarized and tires and automobile sup ptfer mounting to ihe 'sum of $1,000 taken, Harry bolgin proprietor of the garage, "had recovered his " property. More than that, the police believe that with the apprehension of Albion Brad ley of Boston, who is charged with breaking and entering Dolgin's garage, they are on the track of the gang 'of automobile thieves that have been op erating through Isew Lnglandv,,, St. Johnsbury's chief of police had a hunch that a big truck een here Sun day had something to do with the burglary at Dolgin's Sunday night. He telephoned Plymouth, - N. II., and learned that the truck went through there at an early hour Monday morn ing. The Boston police were notified and they sent for Dolgin to identify his tires. He was able to do so by the serial numbers and telephoned the' St. Johnsbury police yesterday that they had all been recovered. Warrants were sent to Boston yes terday for Albion Gray, believed to be the man wanted for the theft, and Sheriff W. H. Thornton goes to Bos ton to bring him to St. Johnsbury. David Grapes of Lyndonville, an other automobile dealer, who was re lieved of a dozen tires recently, was called to Boston to-day to identify his tires. Baby Happy After His Bath With Cuticura Soap Nothing more refreshing for baoy than a warm bath with Cuticura Soap, especially if his skin ia hot, irritated or rasny. After bathing, gently touch any Irritation with Cuti cura Ointment The delicately medicated Cuticura Talcum is also ideal for baby'i skin. hub luk frm fcT 1U9. AiMmmi trtmi ltbr tftUt, Dipt. 10P, Hildas. Mul. "Hold ..trr wh.r. Bop24a. OtnbsMUtt and Mo. Tale am 2Sc PS Luticura doap ahavaa without mm. IN LOCAL MARKETS Butter and . Egg Prices . Hold Firm Without Change in Price DRESSED PORK A LITTLE EASIER Fowls Off in Price New Potatoes $3.00 to $3.50, With None Offered Butter and in WELLS RIVER An Overburdened Wife. If the work that women do and the pains they suffer could be measured in figures, what a terrible array they would present. Through girlhood, wife hood and motherhood womsn toils on, often suffering with backache, pains in side, headaches and nervousness which are tell-tale symptoms of organic de rangements which Ludia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs can undoubtedly correct. Women who suffer should not give up hope until they have given it a trial. Adv. The Economy of Using Goodyear Small Car Tires Wells Eiver Wins from Lisbon in Ninth Inning. In one of the best uphill fights seen In thia section Wells River won from Lisbon at Lisbon last week Saturday by a score of six to five, scoring five runs in the ninth inning, after two men were out. Lisbon started with a bang, scoring three runs in the first inning with a triple, two singles and a double off McDonald's pitching. Mae then stead ied down and in the eighth inning fol lowing only nve scattered nits were registered. They scored in the third by wild throwing and again in the eighth with a wild throw by Chase over first, Lisbon also had every break of th game and some that are not usual for baseball. Stinson for Wells River hit for three bases in the third, but was unable to get horns. In the sixth Yin cent hit for two bases, went to third on a sacrifice hit by Hayes and rame horn on Brown double to right. In th sixth Stinson doubled, went to third on Brown's hit, both men scoring when Wilbur lined out a drive to deep cen ter for two bases. Chase followed with a three-bagger to the schoolhouse and eame home on Van Dyke's hit. Van stols second and came home with the winning run, when Vincent hit to right for two bases. Leavltt pitched good ball for Lisbon and is supposed to be one of the best In this section of the country, but Wells River has in the last years seemed able to hit him, when hits meant runs. In the last four frames played we have won three, losing the other by a score of five to three in a rain storm. The score: WELLS RIVER ab Wilbur, cf.... 5 ChaM, 3d 5 Davis, ss 5 Van Dyke, 2d 5 Vincent, 1st 5 Hayes, If 5 Stinson, e 4 Brown, Merrill, rf 4 McDonald, p 4 Barre, Vt., Aug. 4, 1020. egg prices firm with no change prices. Wholesale quotations: Dressed pork 18 19c. Veals 1020e. , - Lamb 31 33c. Fowls 3538c. Butter 58c. Fresh eggs 55c. New potatoes $3 $3.50. BOSTON DAIRY MARKETS. Total 6 15 4 So-called bargain tires, made up for sensational sales and offered at ridicu lously low prices, do not attract careful buyers. They are far more concerned with what they get than with what they pay because they know that in the end it is performance and not price that delivers actual tire economy. The popularity of Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3-, 30x3-and 31x4-inch si2es,is based on the fact that they de liver exceptional mileage at exceed ingly low cost. If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking these sizes, go to your nearest Service Station for Goodyear Tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. LISBON ab Titus, ss 5 Johnkon, 2d 5 Halting, cf 3 McCowna, 3d 4 Chamberlain, rf .-. . 4 Seymore, If 4 Webb, 1st 4 Fox, c 4 Leavitt, p... 4 Total 39 6 0 0 Summary Bases, Van Dyke; two- base hits, Wilbur, Vincent, Stinson, Fox, McCowan; three-base hits, Chaise, Stinson, Titus j hits off McDonald 9, off Leavitt 15; strurk out, by McDonald 14, by Leavitt 12; bases on balls Leavitt; umpire, Rive. Both Batter and Eggs Hold High in Price. Boston, Aug. 4. Following are the local jobbing prices for butter, cheese and eggs: nutter fancy northern creamery, tubs 6080y3c, boxes 6262V,c prints 2(&63c fancy western creamery, good to choice 5859c, fair to good 583.57c. Kggs Fancy hennery 77(78c, choice eastern 60 70c; fresh western extras 57 (a. 58c, prime fists 6254c; firsts . 48 (3.50c. Cheese New York twins, fancy 31(8; 32c, fair to good 29(3,30c; Young Amer ica M 355c. Receipts Butter, 696,672 Tbsj cheese, 2212 bxs; eggs, 2780 cs; same day last year, butter, 675,990 Tbs; cheese, 376 bxs; eggs, 3867 cs. UAL CHASE BARRED FROM BALL PARKS of At i Consequence of Investigation Charges of Gambling in Pacific Coast League. San Francisco, Aug. 4. Efforts sign Hal Chase, lormer major league first baseman, and Harl Maggert, for mer bait Lake City outfielder, will made by the Lemore club of the San Joaquin valley baseball league, a semi professional organization, it was an nounced to-dsy by League Secretary ilkinson. The announcement came as an aft ermalh to action yesterday by Paci lie coast league officials, which resulted in the unconditional release of Maggert from the Salt Lake City club and the barring of Chase from all coast league parks as the consequence, league offl cials said, of an investigation of charges of gambling. Babe" Borton, first baseman of the Vernon club, was suspended indefinite ly by League President, W. H. Me arthy. Soon after league officials announced that Chase had been barred from the eagiie parks, the president of the Cali forma Mission league, another semi- piofessional organisation stated that Chase had been barred from playing further with the San Jose club and that "all interest he has in that club must be forfeited." Chase had been playing every Sun day with the San Jose team. Lfforts to locate Chase had failed last night and to-day. Borton denied that he had been connected with an al eged attempt to throw" games. Muz gert likewise denied the charges. HE HAS CONQUERED HIS WORST ENEMY Portland Man Feels Like New Person Since Tan- lac Overcame His Indigestion "By the help of Tanlac I have con quered my worst enemy indigestion" said Charles C. Fiflcld, of 362 Boothby Square, Portland, Maine. "My appetite was very poor," he con tinued, ."nothing I ate agreed with me, and meats especially caused me no end of misery. I had severe paina in the pit of my stomach and at timea there was such a pressure through my chest that it felt like my breath was being shut off. I Tor a number of years I suffered with indigestion so bad that at times it just doubled me up. One day one of these attacks struck me at my work and I thought my time had surely come. I took an hour to walk half a mile to my home and I was afraid would never get there alive. "Well, I saw several statements from local people about what a good medi cine Teniae was, so I began taking it myself. The first bottle helped me so much that I went back for more and kept on taking it until I'm now feeling ne. My appetite is to big that I jut want to be eating all the time, and al though I eat meats or anything else I want I never have any signs of indiges tion. . T am feelinz better in everr wit than I have In a long time and have picked up so much strength and energy that I can do a big day's work and till feel fine when night comes. Tan lac has just straightened me out and m glad to recommend it." Teniae is sold in Barre by the Barre Drug Co., in Nortbfield hy Kat A Wheeler, in Waterbury by Brisbin 4 Brisbin, and in Websterville by E. H. erney. Adv. Things for Vacations We make it a special point to provide here an endless number of the articles that men find useful and necessary when they go on vacation. Traveling accessories of all kinds, both in clothes and equipment are here in splendid as sortment. Before you start on your trip, just step in here, and a few dollars may fit you out in a way that will add greatly to your enjoyment. You're pretty likely to find the un usual things here. Open Monday evenings as usual. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 No. xMain St. Tel. 275-M 30 a 3V4 Goodvear Cn Double Cure Fabric P AU-Weather Tread 30 t 3H Goodvear Sinitle-Cure Fabric, AntiSkld Trea4 $2150 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more that the price you are asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly casings when such cure protco Hon is available T 30x3'4siz $A,50 ia wmtmrprmot bmf I H. G. BENNETT GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION JEFFERSON ST., BARRE, VT. Harold George, ajre four, died at the home of his parents last Friday mom inir, after an illness of several weeks The funeral was held Sunday after noon. Sympathy is extended to his psrents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oorge. Mr. Seely and friend Mr. Kelley of New ""rk are bark onre more at Hale's for a few weeks. They .hope to have better lurk fishing than in their previ ous trips. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and son, laul, ol rpringnell, Man., are spending a few days at the home of F. P. Lrarned. United States navy car, No. H, jriv ing pictures of life in the navy and th use of naval apparatus, together with soenes in the preat World war, rave a free movie show on the base ball grounds Monday night. A large number attended. Frank Sherwell, who, for the last 25 yesrs, has run the barber shop in Wells River, and who recently sold to a Mr. Hooker of t'olebrook, is at present working in the Baett hp in Woods ville. Mrs. Sarah Hutrhin. Mrs. Sam Hutrhins and wife and eon are spend ing several werks at Hampton beach, having gone by automobile last iSun day. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy and son went Sundav af!ernxn to ' Erroll, X. H.. where they will spend several week.. ramping. The Mulliken and Mirth family wi,t jit Sunday into the wilds of wetern (Jroton. here they were ab!e to ct-h a rii-e string cf tmut and to a!o bring talk eversl quarts of fcerrie. A few tram here t is.t Sunday in witnes the bta'l game between Monroe and Fit4sle at Fstrdsle. hirb Mfnrne won by a srore of three t" one. 0 inp tt hti road ihr fw who' went re cr!y able to wi?n t-e lst three :n tSe nifth. "Euer" and "T-ny" Viixnt of South Lawrence, 1U., are pendjr.g a Yesterday. American League Games. At Chicago, Chicago 3, Xew York 1. At Cleveland, Cleveland 10, Wash ington S. At Detroit, Boston 3, Detroit I. At St. Louis, Philadelphia 9, St. Louis 0. American League Standing. Won Cleveland 7 New York . Chicago Hi St. Louis 47 Washington 45 Boston 42 Detroit 37 Philadelphia 30 Lost. Pet. 33 .670 49 .625 39 .614 M) .483 40 .479 M .4.1 60 .3S1 71 .297 WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Come old, come young, both great nd small. You will have the time of your life at thia moon-light ball. Grand opening of the large and finely equipped garage of Fred H. Perkins on Pnion street, White River Junction, Friday eening, August 6. Music will be furnished by Emery's orchestra of Hartland. five pieces. No admission will be charged, but a collection will he taken for the benefit of the repairs of the Lniversalut church. G. H. Miller and family, who have been spending some time at Lake Mor- ey, nave returned nome. Governor Clement was in White Riv. er Junction Tuesday. The train that reaches White River Junction at 1 p. m. over the C V. did not reach here nntil,5 p. m., as it had to be sent around through Montpel ier on account of an engine which was derailed at the fair grounds at North field and completely blocked the tracks. No one was injured. Mrs. D. A. Pingree and daughter, Elizabeth, are spending a few days with Mrs. Pingree's father, Dr. Gar-' land, of Gloucester, Mass, Albert Pingree, the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Pingree, is spending the month of August at Camp Billings on Lake Fairlee. Mrs. Carrie LeVene is spending a few weeks with friends in White River Junction. She was a former resident of the town but now lives in Water vliet, N. Y. G E. Raymond. of Union street has been entertaining his uncle from Montreal, Canada. H. Cary Thornton, who is spending his vacation at the home of his par ents in White River Junction, has gone to Boston for a week to visit friends. Fred Carr and family are spending a couple of weeks at Lake Morey. Horace Jameson and family have returned from a couple of weeks spent in camp at Mascoma lake. Sure Relief 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief BE LL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION Yesterday's National Lea (us Games. At New Y'ork, New York 11, Cm cinnati 1. At Brooklvn, Brooklvn 10, St. Louis 4. At Boston, Pittsburg 3, Boston 2. At Philadelphia, Chii-ago 3, Phila dclphia 1. National League Standing. Won. Lost. Brooklyn 3S 43 Cincinnati 52 42 New York 50 43 Pittsburg 49 45 Chicago ft! .'0 St. Louis 4' 33 Boston 40 4!) Philadelphia 3S M ret J74 .533 .32 .303 .430 .449 .404 Heard Near a Faaenil HalL Fih dwler (showing salmon) Splendid rolor, isn't it? t ii'tomer Looks as though tt wss b!uhing at the price you ak for it. Boston Transcript. " Have We Kjcdged Nero? A scientist says thst mutwal vibra tion will ext'ir.fru'sh fire. Maybe that i why Nero f.dd:ed while Rome was burning Boston Transcript. few wek with their gTsedmoier. Mrs. t fcar'.m Yintit. Voc-dvi; p4 Lebanon f!syH a p-rtJ pa me rf ta;l Jat Saturday, YKdKi wiamg seven te ta, This Single-Seater Will Delight You If you seek the ideal roadster, for business or pro fessional purposes, or for added efficiency to your every-day activities, or for healthful recreation, you will be delighted with this Cleveland Six. 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