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THE BAR RE DAILV TIMESj BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1920.
. - . " Hi- Htm i WANT NEW BLOOD : IN BASEBALL Governing Board of Promi inent and Reputable Men Suggested . . AS GUARANTEE . TO BASEBALL PUBLIC Pres. Heydler of National League Says Plan Is Al ready Under Way Chicago, Oct. I. Flans for a new governing body to replace the nation al commission were outlined to-day by President Heydler of the National league. ' The new body" must be pation-wide in scope, limitless in power, and .com posed of men so prominent and reputa ble that their very names would be a guarantee to the fans that there nould be no place for a dishonest player or promoter in the national pas time, Heydler declared. The movement to form a new body was already under way, he said, and would take form after the world's se ries. He had no ideas, he said, regarding the men who could be induced to com pose such a baseball commission as he outlined, but asserted that such men could and would be found before an other plaving season was due. "If President Johnson of the Amer ican league should ask me now to con fer with him on the appointment of a new chairman, ofl the national com mission," he said, "T would tell hiin, I considered it a vaste of time, and ef fort, for the presfnt form of govern ment has outlived its usefulness. "It was all right in fair weather, but too frail to weather a storm. Base ball has grown too tremendously since the existing machine was designed and the game has outgrown the commis sion. "The national commission has done wonders for baseball but the present investigation proves that baseball needs a nation-wide but centralized power to control not only the major leagues but the minors down to the smallest circuits." Pet .fitn .ti-2n .AH .4(1.1 .471 .4.) .3M .313 Rational League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Brooklyn 90 BO New York M ( Cincinnati HO W Pittsburg 77 73 Chicago 74 77 St. Louis 73 7S Boston 1 8 Philadelphia 90 90 VERMONTERS NEEDED. .fiOO .568 .537 .513 .400 .4H.1 .409 .400 As Recruits in One of the Units Allo cated to Vermont. The first field artillery at Fort Sill. Okla., and the 13th infantry at Camp Devens, Mass., and the third cavaliy at Fort Ethan Allen. V't., are in need of Vermont men. These regiments r.rt allocated to the state of Vermont and all who desire to enlist in one of tliem will find comrades from their home state. Men may now enlist for one or three years and pick their organization or branch and attend one of the army schools, wherein they can learn any trade they may pick. Join now and learn a trade with ev erything furnished, full pay. liberal passes, comfortable quarters, and you will finish your enlistment by graduat ing from these schools with a diploma or certificate equivalent to any trade school of to-day. Apply by post card at the army re cruiting office, Rutland, Vt., or Bur lington, Vt. 1.20 75c 20c 43c 23c 20c IS Hood's Pill: , In small doses A GENTLE LAXATIVE In Larger Doses A THOROUGH CATHARTIC Uad by C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. Youve tried tke rest Now iru ' the BEST- No League Games Yesterday. AH scheduled games of the Ameri can and National leagues postponed on Thursday on account of rain and cold weather. j Americas League Standing. Won. Lost. Cleveland 96 54 Chicago 95 ofi Xew York 95 59 St. Louis 74 76 Boston 72 81 Washington or 83 ivtroit 59 91 Philadelphia ....... 47 103 Hais ajdC&ps Sold By The Frank McWhorter Co. HAD BIG BRIBE OFFERED HIM Former , Manager Charles Dooin of Phillies Turned It Down in 1908 ATTEMPT MADE IN BEHALF OF GIANTS Who Were Battling Against Chicago for Na tional League Pennant Paramount Question. He Marry me and I shall be the happiest man on earth. She Yea, but how about myself ? Boston Transcript. ABSOLUTELY FREE liberal sample of ftIHGID (GRANULES) I INDIGESTION Man this "ad today with name of paper and your address to SCOTT & BOWNE MAKERS or SCOTT'S EMULSION BLOOMFIELD. N. J. 1 For Colds, Grip, Influenza and Headaches from Colds take Grove' g L. B. Q. tablets (Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets ) Philadelphia, Oct. 1. Charles Dooin, former manager of the Philadelphia National league baseball team, in a statement published by the press to day, corroborated charges made by Horace S. Fogel, a former president of the club, that members of the Phillies had been offered larpe sums to "throw" games to the New York Giatrts in 1008 when New York and Chicago were fijzhting for the National league pen nant. "In 1008 every member of the Phil lies was approached with offers of fab bulous sums," Dooin said. "All any of us had to do was to name our price. A member of the Giants was one of those who tried to buy us off. A man approached me after the first frame in New York and handed me a package containing $8,000. I was told ther was $40,000 more in the bank awaiting me. He was a big fellow and I called Kitty Bransfield, our first baseman. Kitty threw him down the steps of our clubhouse." Dooin said the reason he did not tell of the attempted bribery sooner was because he and the other members of the team thought it was for the best interests of the game to keep quiet. "The public is all too ready to be lieve that baseball is dishonest,", he added. An Old Friend. Tactless Female Guest By the way, what birthday is this we are eelebrat- m? Hostess My thirty-fifth. Guest But have we not celebrated that before? Hostess (sweetly) Oh, yes; it is one of my favorite birthdays. Boston Transcript. WHITE SOX ARE PATCHED UP Reorganized Team Goes Against St. Louis in Last Try for Pennant TRY TO BEAT OUT . THE CLEVELANDS To-day's Was First Game Since Suspension After 'Gambling Expose St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1. The reorgan ized White Sox and St. Louis pre pared to-day to open a three-game series. By winning all three games Chicago would force Cleveland to win three of its remaining four games with Detroit, as an even break for Cleveland would cause a tie. To-day's game will be the first for the Sox since the gambling expose that resulted in the suspension of seven members of the club. Three veterans comprise the out field, under the new arrangement Lie bold going to left, Strunk to right and John Collins to center. Jourdan, who was at first base earl ier in the season, returns and Eddie Collins remains at second. Two new faces will be seen on the left side of the diamond, McClellan, utility man, at shortstop, and Eddie Murphy, who has been used in the outfield and as a pinch hitter, at third. Workmen Try to Get Control of Banks in Italy. . London, Sept. 30. Employes have started a movement to secure control of banks in Italy, says a Central News dispatch from Rome. Cold Water. He (admiringly) You are a girl aft er my own heart. She Thank you. I hope you are not a man after mine because it's already engaged. Boston Transcript. Didn't Disturb Him. Mrs. Brown asked her new neighbor, an old sea captain, if her daughter's singing lessons diRturled him. "Not at all, ma'am," replied the enptain. "I am used to squalls on the 'high CV" Boston Transcript. Saturday Only Granulated Sugar, li ., only 17c Good Light Brown Sugar, lb lfiJic ifc good all-round Flour. .$1.85 i's Pillsbury's Flour 1.90 Potatoes, peck 40c fso. 5 pail Compound Lard 1.00 No. 5 pail Pure Lard No. 3 pail Pure Lard Compound Lard, bulk, lb. 10 cakes good Laundry Soap Large pkg. Soap Powder. Pea Beans, at , Good Salt Pork, lb 23c Two pkgs. Sunnycorn .... 35c (A good breakfast food) Two pkgs. Corn Flakes . . 23c One pkg. Shredded Wheat 14c Good CofTec, lb '. . 40c White House Coffee, lb. . . 4Rc La Touraine Coffee, lb. . . . 47c Good Round Steak, lb. . . . 3Sc Roast Pork. lb 40c Boiling Beef. lb.. 12c, 15c, 20c Smoked Shoulder, Smoked, I Boiled, Pressed and Minced Ham and Frankfurt? all atj low price?. Save money. Trade with j Louis Romanos 1 59 Prospect St, Tel. 34S-W. Saturday Special Sale Good Sweet Potatoes, four lbs :oc Kellogg's Corn Flakes, two pkgs New Post Toasties, 2 pkgs. One pkg. Malt Breakfast Food, with Carry-all Bag Heinz' Baked Beans with tomato sauce, two cans. Monadnock Currants, lb. pkg Purity Rolled Oats, large Pkg Purity Rolled Oats, small pkg Pea Beans, lb Heavy Salt Pork, lb Armour's Catsup, large bottle Armour's Catsup, small bottle LOT 1 One can Old Dutch Cleanser One cake Sunny Monday Soap One package Lux One bottle Ammonia All for LOT 2 One bottle of Bluing One package Rinso One- can Gold Dust One cake Babbitt's Soap All for LOT 3 One can Klean-All One box Starch Both for 25c 25c 29c 35c 29c 29c 14c 9c 23c 30c 20c Heinz' Malt Vinegar, qt. bottle 30c Pure Cider Vinegar, pint bottle 20c Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, 18c size, 3 pkgs.. 35c Pearl Tapioca, three lbs.. . 23c Minute Tapioca, pkg 13c Two pkgs. for 25c Monadnock Spaghetti and Monadnock Macaroni, two pkgs 25c Heinz' Cream Tomato Soup, can 15c; two for. . 25c Heinz' Pure Malt Vinegar, gal 50c We highly recommend this Vinegar for sweet pickles. Heinz' Pure Distilled White Wine Vinegar, gal 55c (To be used for cold pack pickles.) LET POSLAM SPEED AWAY YOUR PIMPLES If yru hv ptmplen, set at once on this UKtmtion there can be n harm in it nd mvm nrubsbUity of wonderful bwifit Get som. Poslam and applr directly over th ruption to-nieht. In the morninsr exam ine the akin for improvement. If enrour- aned, continue aa nweaaarjr and you will ; draibttau marvel at the. rapidity and effer tiveneaa of this treatment. Now that ymi know what it can do, you will find many I way i to utUUe the healing properties of Poalam. j Snld everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency Laboratories, 243 Wt 47th j St.. New York City. And Poalam Soap, beinir medicated with r Ponlam will benefit your akin whlla used! daily for toilet and bath. I Cuticura Quickly Soothes Itching Scalps Cuficdra kills dandruff, stops itch ine, the cause of dry, thin and falling hair. Treatment: Gently rub Cuticura Ointment, with the end of the finger, on spots of dan druff and itching. Follow next morning with a hot shampoo of Cuticura Soap. Repeat in two weeks. Nothing better than these fragrant, super-creamy emollients for all skin and scalp troubles. i.mpl. Bach Tim by Mall, AiMreaa: "Ontleara Labor lorlt,Dtpt.ir,aU!4,aUH." Sold every-wh-rg. Soap26c. Ointinent&aodMe. Talcum 2fte. SMFCuticura Soap ahavea without mug. CUT THIS OUT OLD ENGLISH RECIPE FOR CA TARRH, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS AND HEAD NOISES. If vou know of aorne one who is troubled with Catarrhal Deafness, head noisea or ordinary catarrh cut out this formula and hand it to tliem and you may have bpen the mean of saving some poor sufferer perhaps from total deafness. In England scientists for a long time paat have recognized that catarrh ia a constitutional disease and necessarily requires constitutional treatment. Spray, inhalers and nose douches are liable to irritate the delicate air passage and force the disease into the middle ear which frequently means to tal deafness, or else the disease may be driven down the air passages towards the lungs which Is equally as dangerous. The following formula which is Used extensively in the damp English climate is a constitutional treatment and should prove especially efficacious to sufferers here who live under more fav orable climate conditions. Secure from your druggist 1 ounce of Tarmint (Double strength). Take this home and add to it Vi pint of hot water and a little granulated sugar; stir until dissolved. Take one table spoonful four times a day. This will often brbing quick relief from distress ing - head noises, clogged nostrils should open, breathing become easy and hearing Improve as the inflam mation in the eustachian tuhes is re duced. Parmint .used in this way acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system and has a. tonic action that helps to obtain the desired results. The preparation is easy to make, costs little, and ia pleasant to take. Every person who has catarrh or head noises or is hard of hearing j should give this treatment a triaL adv. Ladies and Gentlemen Have your fur garments remodeled, repaired and relined by practical New York furriers. Open Till 8 P. M. S. Gordon 14 State Street, Montptlier, Vt. Low Prices for altwday OoSy 39c 35c Six cans Spotless Cleanser 25c Clean Easy Soap, cake 7c Three for 20c 5-Ib. pail Baum's Cup Grease $1.00 5-lb. pail Keystone Cup Grease 1.50 Transmission Grease, bulk, lb 20c Don't forget our high-grade Electric Light Globes when your lights go out. They are as good as the best at the low est rrice. Cameron's Store Washington Street. SATURDAY SPECIALS ARMOUR'S VERIBEST EVAPORATED MILK, l?c cans, two cans for GORTON'S FLAKED FISH, 15c cans CANNED CORN, ISc value, two for TANNED PEAS. ISc value, two for "OUR SPECIAL" COFFEE. 45c value, three lbs. for $1-00 All 9c SOAP. 10 cakes for "" FRITZ W. JACKSON CO. 266 North Main Street. 10c 2 V 27c Gasoline, gal 31c Beef Steak. It) 38c Boil Beef. Ib. . . . 12c to 20c Roast Beef, lb 25c Bacon, Sliced, lb.. 33c to 38c Fresh Shoulder, tb 29c to 30c Smoked Shoulder, lb. . . 27c Frankfurts, Ib 22c Sausage, Ib 27c Salt Pork, lb 25c Lamb, Ib. . . 21c, 25c to 30c Cheese, Ib 38c Brookfield Creamery Butter, Ib 61c . Western Fresh Eggs, dozen 58c Compound Lard, Ib. . . . 20c Onions, Ib 5c Peanut Butter, lb 2fic Granulated Sugar, tb. . . 17c Nut Oleo, Ib 32c Beans, all kinds, Ib 10c Crane Honey, 6-oz. jar. 20c Crane Honey, 3-oz. jar. 12c Seeded Raisins, pkg- 23c Seedless Raisins, pkg. . . 30c White House Coffee, Ib. 48c Gold Star Coffee. Ib. . . . 48c Champlain Coffee. Ib. . . 40c Wilso.i Coffee, Ib 40c Autocrat Coffee. Ib. ... 48c Comet Ground Rice, Ib. pkg., each 13c Pillsbury's Best Flour. bbl 13.23 Gold Medal Flour, bbl... $13.23 Lucky Flour, bbl Standard Flour, bbl. . . . Snowdrop Pastry Flour, bbl Cocoa, in bulk. Ib Armour's Veibest Soups, can Karo Red Label Syrup, 15.25 12.25 13.30 18c 12c R. can . Suffolk each Suffolk R. R And also Zbc R. Overalls, $2.50 Frocks, each 2.50 a good line of Sweaters, Underwear, etc. for family use at a low price. Come and see us and you can save $ $ $ $ by trading with Hidder Habbep . Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffner & Man Make Your Clothes Money Do More Work Hart Schaffner & Marx styles for fall are here; they'll save the most for you. Most men work pretty hard for their mon ey; when they spend it they ought to see that it works hard for them. When you buy clothes you'll get the most work out of your money if you'll get all-wool clothes. We have them; Hart Schaffner & Marx make them. They wear longer than other clothes. You don't have to buy so many clothes. That's the kind of service we offer you. It you aren't satisfied with it, money back. We're ready with all the lively new styles for young men, new models in "Preps;" for very young men business suits; with the new style touches; a great showing for fall. Open Monday evening until 8:30. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street i Big Indian Pow Wow Howland Hall Oct. 7 and 8 Admission, 10 cents 28-30 Prospect St, Tel. 593-M. Orders delivered free. Specials for Saturday Compound Lard, Ib 20c Rolled Oats, 35c pkg 30c Corn Flakes, pkg 15c Two for 23c Corn Meal, two pkgs. for. 25c Campbell's Vegetable Soups, two for .! 25c Salt Salmon, Ib 17c Sugar, Ib 17c MONSER DEEP 102 Seminary Street. Saturday Bargains Stewing Lamb, Ib.. 23c to 30c Leg of Lamb, Ib 42c Mealy Potatoes, peck 42c Frankfurts, lb 23c Creamery Butter, Ib 63c Pure Lard. No. 3 pail . . . 63C Sour Tickles, 3 lbs for . . . 23c Cream Cheese, Ib 37c Fancy Heavy Salt Pork, lb London Cream Crackers, Ib ; i-gal. pail Karo Syrup. .. Kellogg's Corn Flakes, two rkgs. for 21c Don't forget the place right .behind that big rock. 23c 20c 40c B. P. Shadroui 50 Brook Street, Phone 1S1.V. Saturday Bargains Western Roast Beef, Ib... 2c Western Chuck and Shoul der Clod, Ib 2"c Western Round Steak, tb.. Gc Good Coffee, Ib 4"c Ceylon Tea. Ib .0c Good Orange Pekoe Tea. Ib .r.c Corn Starch, three pkgs.. . 2"c Van Camp Pork and Beans Medium size can lsf Large size can 3c Van Camp Catsup, bottle. Good Peanut Butter. Ib. . . .Vc Farcy Blue Rose Rice l Broken Rice, Ib l- Kellogg's Corn Flakes, two for 25f And other good bargain.-. J. G. Shadroui 115 South Main SU TeL 2T3-W.