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LONG GASH CUT IN FOREHEAD Shoulder Dislocated and Body Much Bruised in Auto Overturn MADELINE RYAN PINNED UNDER CAR Four Other Occupants Not So Seriously Injured ALL RUN DOWN AND WORN OUT Because you have not thoroughly puri fied your blood, but have allowed to remain .in it ttte aacuinulistions of waste matter that cause weakness, loss of appetite, dull headache, broken sleep, backache, eruptions and humors and other troubles. Take Hood's Saxsaparilla, the medi cine that renovates, strengthens, tones it will build you up, make you feel better all over. Hood's Pillfi help as a stomach ton ing, digestive eathartic. Adv. White River Junction, Aug. 30. Miss Madeline Byan of White Hiver Junc tion received a deep gash across the forehead, 'had one shoulder dislocated and was badly bruised in an auto mobile overturn two miles west of Lebanon Friday night, while four other members of th party were bruised and fehaken up. The machine had recently been bought bj one of the men in the party, Mr. Walsh, and he invited Misses Madeline, Irene and Eveline Byan and a Mr. Colby to take a ride. They descended the Stony brook road near Lebanon and at the foot of the hill failed to make the turn, doe perhaps to the fog, and went out into s field for more than a hundred feet, after which the driver turned so sharply in order to eet back into the road that the machine was overturned, pinning Miss Madeline Byan and Mr. Walsh underneath. It was sometime before they could be released for the reason that help had to be secured. At first it was thought that the two pinned under neath were mortally wounded but on being extricated they were found to be less seriously hurt than it was feared. Mies Byan and Messrs. Walsh and Colby were taken to the Mary Hitch cock hospital in Hanover, where their j wounds were properly cared" for. A number of stitches had to be taken in the gash in Miss Byan's forehead and! right ear. The car was damaged to the extent of several hundred dollars. BROOKLYN HAS TRAFFIC STRIKE One Million People. Had to Get About as Best They Were Able STREETS JAMMED WITH PEDESTRIANS When Employes of Brook lyn Rapid Transit Co. Went Out New York, Aug. 30. More than a million Brooklyn residents to-day were reduced to improvised methods of con veyance by the strike of employes of the Brooklyn Bapid Transit company which tied up its subways, elevated roads and trolleys. ' Streets were jammed with pedes trians looking for vehicles. Hundreds of business houses had their trucks canvass the homes of their employes, .but these failed to accommodate the thousands of employes in offices that could furnish no such luxuries. Officials of the company announced Young Men Don't Get Bald Cuticura Does Much To Prevent It 6 5rwy Dandruff, Itching, scalp Irritation, etc., point to an unhealthy condition of the scalp, which leads to thin, falling hair iid premature bald' ness. Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap and hot water do much to prevent such a condition, especially if preceded by a gentle anointing with Cuticura Ointment to spots of dandruff and itching. lunatuhtotTUill. AiMtm "talem ttotori,Dt.ier M&llil.MMi." !dTry. bar. Snp26e. Ointment 2fc and Ae. TftJeamZM. feSfCutieur So ! without mug. DEFEATED AT GREENSBORO Barre Golf Club Team Met Strong Team on ...,. Saturday WAS FIRST DEFEAT IN THREE YEARS uiey would run as many trains as possible to-day and would employ strike breakers. ' Louis B. Fridicer, attorney for the strikers, insisted the only vital ques tion now was that of arbitration. Fed eral Judge Julius M. Mayer retained the right to reduce any award in ac cordanee with the bankrupt company's ability tJ pay. fob A 0 ome for ma. s CHAIN V. mm BNOBBYxMMB V . ZjA rwi UWWSM Go to a O wner PROGRESS in any industry is marked by certain well defined stepseach step a positive contribu tion to the well-being or economy of part or all of the people affected by the industry. No more positive benefit With respect to a saving in time and money has ever been conferred on the small car owners of this country than the creation of the clincher type of tire. . -, . . - A product of the foresight and experience of thev United States Rubber Company the oldest and largest rubber organization in the world. The United States Rubber Company has never assumed that because a man owned a small car he was necessarily lacking in a true appreciation of quality. U.S.30x3-inch tires are built as well and as care fully and as honestly as the largest size tires are built. In a factory devoted exclusively to this sire tire. By workmen trained and skilled in the production of Clincher Tires. legitimate dealer when you want a small He knows what the United - States Rubber Company has done in the interests of the small car owner. And he knows the wisdom of putting the small car owner's interests above his own. w-V x. IVY. WWW it y si ot Dusted States nor Rubber Gosr.pa.iy On the Day Previous on ' Barre Course Locals Had Won the Barre Golf club played two very interesting team matches this past week end with the 'Mountain View Country club of Greensboro, the first game being played on Friday afternoon on the Barre course, while the second game was played Saturday afternoon at Greensboro. In Friday's game, the Greensboro club brought over 19 players to try to DrpaK ma uarre clubs winning streak. However, they failed to do so as the score at the finish was 10 to 9 for Barre. This was a very close match all through and was not decided until the last -couple finished their match. For the return game at Greensboro, there were 15 players who journeyed from Barre by automobiles. When they arrived there, the captain of the Greensboro tesm lined up hi players determined to beat the visitors and in the early mums it was easy to be seen that the Barre club was in for its first defeat in the past three years, and it happened so,, for, when the final results came in, the Greensboro club was the winner, by the score of HVi to 3. The course is in splendid condition this season and Greensboro has a first -class team, which could hold it own with any team in the state. The Barre club's annual champion ship takes place next Saturday. The exact time and conditions have not been decided tm, as the tournament committee is to meet again early in the weelc to make final arrangements, which will be. announced in The Times later. The players are all going strong just now and a large entry is expected. Below are the full results of the two match games with Greensboro: Friday's Game. BARRE GREENSBORO Stuart 1 Morrow 0 MONTPELIER SEMINARY D A. Freeland 1 WaUh 1 J. Stewart 1 J. Freeland .... 1 Bottiggi 0 Brand . 0 Hutehini-on .... 1 ComolH ........ A J. Murray 1 Phillips 0 Marrion 1 J. Msckay 0 W. Stuart I Milne 0 Mercer 0 Averill 1 Scott 0 Scampini 0 Bagnall 0 Dr. Wheeler ... 0 Howes 0 F. Snyder 0 Miller 1 T. O, Smith ... 1 Fraser 0 Simmons 1 Stockdale, sr. . . 0 Stockdale, jr. . . 1 Start 0 Spear 1 McGrath 0 W. Smith 1 Wright 1 Woodruff 0 Hvde 1 McMillan 1 Total 10 Total Q Saturday's Game. GREENSBORO BARRE Morrow 1 D. Stuart 0 Bagnall 1 Walsh 0 Dr. Wheeler ... 0 J. Freeland . . . . 1 Howes 1 J. Stewart 0 Snyder Va Hutchinson . . . . Vi Miller I Brand 0 T. O. Smith .... 1 Comolli 0 Fraoer 1 Phillips 0 Simmons 0 Murray 1 Stockdale, sr. .. 1 McMillan 0 Stotkdale, jr. .. 1 Bottiggi o Stone 0 N. Honker 1 Spear 1 Milne 0 McGrath 1 H. Woodruff ... 0 W. Smith .... 1 George n ToUl Hi, Total 3, Begins Its 86th Year on September 14 , Faculty Changes Announced. Montpeller seminary begins its 8fith year on September 14th. Every room in the dormitories will be filled. The enrollment includes students from every part of the state with an unus ually large number from other states. A crew of carpenters has been at work all summer making general repairs. Two additional shower baths have been installed in the boys' dormitory. Sinoe the completion of the steam heating plant in the main hall plumbers have been engaged in the north hall. Other extensive improvements have been made in this dormitory. There is the usually large enrollment in the special departments of the semi nary. Classes m music, expression, art and stenography will be larjte. The teachers' training department will be continued at its usually high standard. The lower school, which is the only one of its kind in the state, is to be con tinued under the direction of an ex pert teacher as an opportunity for ob servation and practice teaching for the training class, Miss Helen Hunt returns for her third year as preceptress and teacher of Latin and biology. Miss Emily Glov er continues her invaluable service with the school. The commercial de partment will be continued under the direction of Miss Mary Hadley and Miss Blanche Spaulding. Miss Alice Manton Pattillo returns to direct the work of the vocal department. Several new teachers have been en gaged. Miss Jennie H. Olsson of Long meadow, the new art teacher, gradu ated from the Rhode Island school of design. She has had three summers' work at the B. V. Pahlson galleries of Pawtucket, R. I., designing and paint ing novelties. During the war she was engaged in machine drafting with Brown 4. Siiarpe Manufacturing Co., of Provi dence. Her training and experience make her well qualified for the work of this department. Miss Hazel L. Whitney of Houlton, Me., will teach English. She is a grad uate of Bates college and, for two years, has been preceptress at Ricker Classical institute at Houlton. She has every qualification for making this a department of unusual strength. Miss Jeannette Croxford of Brewer, Me., will have charge of the expression department. She' was graduated at Smith college, where she specialized in elocution and English. Before entering college she studied elocution with pri vate teachers and did much public read ing. Her private instruction, public work and college activities make her wett fitted to continue the important work of this department. John R. Caldow of Fitchburg, Ma., has been engaged to teach French and Spanish. He is a Phi Beta Kappa man from Brown university. Because of his special interest in secondary work he refused flattering offer from one of the leading universities of New Eng- and. The seminary is fortunate to se cure his services. 1 Carlton D. Blanchard of Uxbridge, Mass., will teach science and direct the athletics of the school. While at col lege he played on varsity football, bas ketball and track teams. Later he turned out winning teams as coach and referee for Uxbridge, Mass., high school. He has also played one season of professional basketball. Under his direction the splendid football material which will be at the seminary this fall should have a successful season. Simple in Design But Stylish The simple designs are most in favor this summer; you'll find nothing smarter. But simple designs to be stylish must be carefully tailored, well made. We know this; so do Hart, Schaff ner & Marx. We've found in their clothes the careful designing and tailoring we knew you'd want; fine all-wool fabrics. There are three button sacks, good one, and two-button models; double-breasted, too. Open Monday evening as usual. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 No. Main Street Tel. 275-31 Why Prices Were Cut Many merchants and others have been curious to know what actually put into John Wanamaker's head the idea of cutting prices 20 per cent. Here is the truth, as told to us: Mr. Wana maker, accompanied by his son, Rod man, was on the train one day and was reading the March 20 "Report on Business Conditions" issued by the Fed eral Reserve bank in New York. He came upon a paragraph starting off thus: "Retail buying has been some what quieter than in the month pre ceding and stocks are slightly larger on an average than a month ago. Sales totals are pot bounding ahead as rap. idly and some stores are attempting to remedy this decrease of sales units by having special reduction sales. In some quarters consumers are turning from higher priced goods, while in others cheaper grade merchandise is a drug on the market. There, is some evidence that the ultimate consumer is cutting down his purchases except when neces sity forces him to buy." The passage finished up with the sentence, "Credit giving is being watched more closely." Mr. Wanamaker, then and there, it is said, decided upon his drastic step. It was purely a matter of pocket, not patriotism. Forbes Magazine. TELL FROM FOURTH STORY. Fred Lent, Theatrical Manager, Lost Balance While Telephoning. New York. Aug. 30. Fred Lent, a theatrical manager, was killed to-dar when he fell from the fourth floor of i " mt iut.i t" turn IIUIUC. friend who was spending the night with him said he lot his balance while Uhing a telephone, falling through an open window. 'WERE 128 CONTESTANTS. At Opening ef Nations! Men's Tennis Championship. New York, Aug. 30 Play for tb national men's tennis championship be gan at the et Mde Tennis club at Forest Hills. Amopg the 128 contestants were Wil liam M. Johnston of California, Amer ican champion, snd Willis iu L. Tildeu, d, of Philadelphia, who won the world's championship at Wimbledon earlier in the summer. Johnston had for his first opponent rincent Richard, the 17-year old star. who won the Meadow rluW cup latt week. Washington 3 TOO ILL TO ACT. Sarah Bernhardt Was to Fill London Engagement Next Week. London. Aug. 29. A telegram from be manarer of Sarah Bernhardt, the eminent rrench actress, ssts she is too ill to leete Paris to keep a Lon don nraeOTent, which s to rgin next week. PIED AT AGE OF lid Mrs. Sarah Ana Servers ef Zanerville. Passed Away Te-dsy. Znvil. O. Aug. 30. Mr. Sarah Ann fWvers iied her to-day at the are of 110. Eihf children. 35 grand Mlirrn, 27 great grandchildren, and tt:re gresf great granl' hil !rB survive. Yesterday's American League Games. At New York, New York . St. Lou is 3. At Washington, Cleveland 2. Saturday's Results. New York 3, Chicago 0. St. Louis 7, Boston 0. Clevelsnd at Philadelphia, rain. Detroit at Washington, rain. Americas. League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet Chicago 77 48 .62U New York 77 49 .611 Cleveland 74 4 .07 St. Louis 61 68 .513 Boston 57 64 .471 Washington 52 64 .448 Detroit 47 73 .392 Philadelphia 39 82 .32: WeH Cnewm. "He kco all tl. tt fple n tc a. Ibn fcy Anl h a-ite w,i thenj?" They Knrw fcim.' B'wte trm- Yesterday's Natioaal Lea rue Games. At Cincinnati, New York 4. Cincin nati 1. At Chicago, Chicago 4. Brooklyn 3. At St. Louis. St. Louis , Philadel phia 2. Satnrday's Results. New York 4, Cincinnati 0 (6rt game. New York Cincinnati. (Second game postponed, rain!. Ohieago 1, Brooklyn 0. Boston 5. Pittuhurg 1. .M. Louis S. Philadelphia 4 National League Steading. Won. Lost. 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