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THE 1UHHK DAILY'. TIMES, BAItRE, VT., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920.
BOSTON QUINTET WAS OUTPLAYED All -Collegiate Five No Match for Montpelier . American Legion . AFTER FIRST PERIOD HOME TEAM GAINED But Despite Score of 46 to 14 the Game Was Inter esting to Watch CHRONIC CATARRH Followi Repeated Colds When Blood Is Impure. Your body nufTerinff from a cold does not properly attend to digestion and elimination. A a roault your blood be comes impure, it inflames the mucous membrane and brings about that condi tion in which chronic cutarrh occurs and on which it depends. Purify your blood, miiko it clean, by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and if your bowels are not healthfully active, take lieved and prevented thousands of cases of chronic catarrn. j'.conomy is one of the strong points of Hood's Kar saparilla 100 does in a. bottle. Why not get it to-day? Adv. The All-Collegiate Five basketball team of Boston was not good oppo nents to the American Legion team in Montpelier Friday evening, the lat ter team whirling by a score of 46 to 14. At n time after the first period was there ' any danger for the home team. During the first period the team seemed to be closely matched, the home team getting five baskets while the visitors got three baskets and three fouls; ' but-in the second period the leion pulled their belts up another hole and went after the game with the 1 result hat at the end of the period the score was 80 to 11, Dalton of the visitors having been able to throw one basket, while Jock Bartlett, playing jriianK got away from his man long enough to throw four baskets, Clark and Walker each threw a couple and Cross and Laird one each, - In the third period - Bartlett and Laird dropped out of the game and Smith and Kellev took their places as guards. In this period Gross and ii .1 . i. -I. ,.i ...i.:i ( marie earn inrew inree uitsm-in, wiiuc Walker threw a couple. Cochrane was able to throw a basket for his team, and Sheehan a foul. Tn spite of the one-sided score, the game was a good one to watch, for both teams at times showed consider- able team work and some fast floor work. Walker, coach at Montpelier seminary, was a valuable addition to the team and frequently did he cany the ball from one end of the hall to the other. Gross and Clark played their usual game at forwards, while the four backs, who have been men tioned above, all played well. The Boston team in a fast aggrega tion nnd when they got hold of the ball they showed how to handle it, but they were unable to do this very often. Shea, who played center," is an old YD man. The summary is: Montpelier Boston Gross, rf rf, Dalton ( Isrk, If If, Cochrane Walker, c c. Shea Bartlett. Smith rg, rg, Sheehan Laird, Kelley, Ig lg, Cordelia Score, Montpelier 40, Boston 14; baskets from the floor, Gross, Clark Walker 8, Bartlett 4, Laird, Cochrane 2, Dalton. Sheehan, Cordelia; baskets from fouls, Sheehan 2, Cordelia, Dal ; ton. Referee, Cullen; timer. Abair; Rcorer Shepard; time, three l,i-minute periods. KANE HARVARD CAPTAIN. Luxuriant Hair Promoted By Cuticura Cuticura kills dandruff, stops itching, the cause of dry, thin and falling hair. Treatment: Gently rub Cuticura Oint ment with the end of the finger, on spots of dandruff 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. until. h trm kT Vtl. A4rtraw: "Crtlmr UMriUrlu I)ipL''rlI'"S" " Soldevrrr wh.re. Sop lie. Ointment & and UK Taut 2&fc j&MFCuticur Soap shaves without mac SOLDIERS DOMINATE COAL MINING TOWN Has Been Member of Varsity Football Team Two Years. Cambridge, Mass., Dee. 1ft. Keith Kane, "22 of Newport, It. I., varsity end on the Harvard football team during Die pant season, yesterday afternoon was elected to lead the Crimson eleven in 1021. The other candidates were John Crocker of Fitchburg. the other varsity end, and Wynant Hubbard of Milton, a tackle, but Kane's selec tion was expected view of the fact that he was the only one of the three candidates who had filled a regular berth for two seasons. In 1010 he was a tackle and played one or two games at end. shifting to a reaulnr end posi tion during the pant fail begue heav ier linemen were available. Kane is a graduate of St. George's school, where he captained the eleven for two seasons sod played tackle. After the vote had IWm Vlllll'U II. nmn ittr, biini. ivii q i election be made unanimous, and this' was done. REDUCED WAGES . AND LONGER DAY Ames Iron Works Plant At Oswego, N. Y Announces Change Ef- . . fective Jan. 1. . Oswego, N. Y, Dec. 18 The Ames Iron works plant of the Tierce, Butler and Pierce corporation has announced a i reduction of 12' per cent in wages ef- J fective Jn. 1. A nine-hour day will i he effective at the same time instead, of eight hours as at present. Approxi- j mutely 500 men are affected by the, wage reduction. To Cart a Cold in One Day r.t. firoiV. LAXATIVE BP.OMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears, the signature of E. W. Guive. 30c. j s-iv. ! Williamson, W. Va., Under Military Occupation, Is Much Like Other Towns During War Time. Williamson, W. Va., Dec. 18. This thriving little city of some 7,000 per sons, the political and business center of trie great Mingo county coal field where a strike of miners lias been in progress since last July, presents, un der military occupation, an appear ance similar to that of many another town during the war. Khaki, fast becoming a nbvelty in most places, is so common in the Wil liamson district that miners and moun taineers no longer turn to look at the passing soldiers, or stand to gate on the sentry before Colonel Herman Hall's headquarters in the county courthouse. Here in Williamson, where , there has been no violence, the soldier carries his bayonet at his hip, but in the region around Chatteroy and Matewan, mining towns nearby, every sentry paces his beat with bay onet fixed. Military occupation and modified martial law, made necessary by the disorders of the past few months, have little effect on Williamson. The peo ple go about their ordinary tasks as usual, viewing the soldiers with indif ference, except at guard mount, which never fails to attract an appreciative audience, willing and anxious to ex press its approval of the nation's Sight ing men. Mercantile and banking interests unite in the expression that the ue of federal troops at this time is a mighty good thing, if for no other reason than that they give a sense of security for every side of the in dustrial controversy. Immediately upon their arrival, the provisional battalion from Camp Sher man took ip the task of cleaning the city of its physical and moral defects. First they gave the courthouse a thor ough overhauling, and then turned their attention to the buildings, tak en over for quarters. Then they w-nt after the streets and about the same time took up the moral question. Un desirables were notified that they nuild no limirer remain in the city, both tak being done directly by the civil authorities but under the directing eye of the soldiers. In th outlying mining districts, where there has been more or leits d's order since the strike was called, con ditions are alo reported a much im proved. Strong detachments of sol diers have Wen sent to a number of points, and their presence has been marked by almost perfect order. An interesting feature of the situ ation which the military was com pelled to face was the disarming of those residents who insisted on carry ing pistol, in violation of the West Virginia pistol "totin. " law. This was solved bv sending deputy sheriffs Into the districts where it was known larjre numbers of men were armed, each deputy beini accompa nied hr n soldier. The deputy con fiscated the weapon, but the soldier was right with him to see the surren der w peacefully made. Hundreds of pistols, rifles and shotguns were obtained. SCHOONER IS IN DISTRESS The Jane Palmer -Leaking Badly and Steamer Cotah Is Standing By UNABLE TO REACH SIDE OF SCHOONER Table Lamps, Grills and Toasters We handle the EDEN washing machine. Apex Geaner, and have a nice line of Table Lamps the latest patterns, Electric Flat Irons, Grills, Toasters, Heating Tads, etc We are in shape to do your house wiring, shed wiring and anything in that line. We have in stock 3 and 5 h. p. motors. We a!?o repair all kinds of electric motors at reasonable prices. We also sell the Magnetic Heater for heat ing air for surface cutters. Bryan March Lamps of all sizes. Give us a call and we will try and please you. The Cushman Company Barre, Vermont. 14 Elm St. Phone 20S-R. It May Be Necessary to Take Off Crew of the Dis abled Boat New York, Dec. 18. The Boston schooner Jane Palmer, Newport News to Buenos Aires, was in distress to-day about 500 miles east of Cape Hattera according to a wireless dispatch re ceived here from the steamer Cotati, which was standing by. The Cotati's message stated that the Jane Palmer was leaking badly and it was believed it would be necessary to take off the crew. A heavy storm was raging when the message was eent and it hal been found impossible to reach the side of the schooner. r The Jane Palmer, 2,823 tons, sailed from Newport News under command of Captain Marston. She was built in Boston in 10,04. While she was lytng in the harbor of Buenos Aires late in February, HUH, her cargo was virtually destroyed by fire. SHIP'S HULL PIERCED AND BOAT IS FILLING Steamer San Pablo Went Afcound at Entrance to Havana Har bor. Havana, Dec. 18. Tha steamer San Pabh, a United Fruit company liner, which went aground at the entrance of Havana harbor last luesaay evening, is in a precarious position. Her hull has been pierced and she is slowly fill ing. The crew is still on board but a launch from the Cuban cruiser is standing by to render assistance should a severe storm begin. Several vessels have been wrecked on the jagged rocks where the San Pablo is believed to be pounding to pieces, and it is declared that "all these ves sels have borne the names of saints. One of them, the San Antonio, was sunk some years ago, and her wreckage may still be seen on clear days. AMERICAN STEAMEK ASHORE. Prospects of Refloating the Edgar F. Luckenback Considered Good. London. Dec. 18 The American steamer Edgar . Luckenback went ashore to-day half a mile south of Hi. Catherine Point, the southernmost ex tremity of the Isle of Wight, says a Lloyds report. The weather, was calm but a mist was hanging over the Eng lish channel, The ship sailed from New York for Rotterdam on Dec. 3. Pros pects of refloating her wede declared to be favorable. FIFTY YEARS AGO it was the custom of our grandparents when anything was the matter with their stomach, liver or kidneys, to tako a remedy composed of the right kind of roots and herbs, and by so doing lived to a ripe .old age. It Is also true that the Shakers, who have always de pended upon the life-giving juices of leaves, roots and herbs, are long-lived people. The roots and herbs of which SEVEN BARKS ij principally com posed of were gathered by the Shakers for many, many years, then scientifi cally blended, and SEVEN BARKS has become famous as one of the most re liable remedies for Indigestion, Consti pation, Liver, Kidney and Stomach dia orders. Dull pains In the back,' often under the shoulder blades, poor digestion, heartburns or flutterings, sour risings, yellow skin moan liver troubles, and you should take SEVEN BARKS; it will relieve you, as it will make the liv er active, tone up the digestive organs and cause the bowels to act normally. SEVEN BARKS is not a cure-all, but a very reliable remedy that will at once act on the liver, etomach and bowels, sets them to right, tones and strengthens the general health. If you want to get the greatest effi ciency out of your body, enjoy and pro long your life, take SEVEN BARKS. At druggist's, 80 cents a bottle. Don't put it off get it to day. Adv. EARTHQUAKE MADE RUINS OF VILLAGE And 22 People Am Known to Have Lost Their Lives in Tepeleni in Albania. Rome, Dec. IT. New earthquake shocks have completed the destruction of the Albanian village of Tepeleni, 32 miles southeast of Avlona, according to reports from Brindisa. Twenty-two per sons are known to have lost their lives. Communications between Avlona and the stricken village have been inter rupted. Serious earthquakes took place in the Tepeleni district early this month, an area of 40 square miles be ing shaken end many villages reduced to ruins. 'Advices state that Commander Psg liaro, his' two daughters, 17 sailors and two non-commissioned officers . lost their lives on the Island oi ?aseno, at (the entrance of the Bay of Avlona, i when the latest earthquake took place. v. inmnr ui mvnmtmnipd bv a tidal wave and landslides burled the house in which the commander lived. The, hospi tal on the Island of Saseno lias disap peared. -" ARGENTINA FELT EARTHQUAKE. Strong Vibrations Were Experienced Two Different Times. Santiago, (Jiile, Doc. 17. Strong earthquake shocks were felt at Men doza, Argentina, at Z:57 o'clock this afternoon and they were repented at 3:29 o'clock, according to a dicpatch received here. TWO WOMEN ON JURY, SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Times and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. BELIEVED 20 DROWNED From French Dispatch Boat Bar Le Due Which Went Afround. Taris, Dec. 18. The French dispatch boat Bar Le Due ran aground the night of Dec. 14, near Cape Doro, and it is believed 20 members of her crew were drowned. The ship was lost, according to Athens dispatch. Seventy men from the ship's crew have arrived at Pireaus. Cape Doro is on the southeastern ex tremity of the Island of Eubea, off the eastern coast of Greece. Which Was Drawn to Try Mas Ac cused of Attacking Girt San Francisco, Dec. 17 A jury, which Includes two Women, haa been chosen to try Edmund Murphy, pugi list, accused of attacking a 17-year-old Reno girl last Thanksgiving day. Murphy, with four others indicted for the attack, is declared to have been an associaie of the three men lynched at Santa Rosa last Friday, only a few hours before they were to have gone on trial for the murder of three police officers. Two prospective jurors, one a wom en, in replv to questions, said they fa vored lynching as the only proper pen alty fHT offenses charged against the hanged men. Houses, tenements and bungalows In Newfane, closed for the winter, num ber 16. Washington Baptist Church Samuel Mead, pastor. Service at 3 p. m. Spiritualist Society Rev. Effle I. Webster will preach to-morrow in tie Worthen hall at 2:30 and 7 p. m. All wolcome. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Services are being held in the Worthen block every Sunday. Sunday services, 10 to U a. m. Everybody welcome. . Websterville Baptist Church Samuel Mead, pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Evening service at 7 o'clock. Midweek meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Services are to be held regularly. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. m. Sunday. Sunday school at 12 m. Wednesday evening service at 7:30. Reading room open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 3 to 5. 7 Summer street. , Baptist Italian Mission, Brook Street Bert J. Lehigh, superintendent. Sunday school to-morrow at 3 o'clock. Classes for old and young. The large attendance last Sunday was very en couraging. Let us make it more to morrow. St. John the Baptist Church, Web sterville David C. Huntington, rec tor. 2 p. m., Sunday school.. 3 p. m., service and sermon. Sunday school festival Christmas eve at 7 o'clock. Christmas communion Saturday, 9 a. m. Public welcome. Berlin Corners Congregational Church Frank Blomfield, pastor. 10:45 it. m., Christmas service; topic of pas tor's address, "The Glory of Christ mas." Sunday school at noon. , The annual community tree and exercises will be, held Thursday, Dec. 23. East Barre Congregational Church James Ramage, pastor. Morning serv ice at 10:30. There will be a Christ mas sermon and music. Church school at 11:43. Christian Endeavor service at 7 p. m. Friday evening there will be a Christmas tree, with exercises. Church of the Good Shepherd Da vid C. Huntington, rector. 8 a, m., holv communion. 10:30 a. m., service and" sermon on "Advent and the Mace donia Cry." 12 m., Sunday school. Christmas" communion service begins Christmas eve at 11:30 p. m. Church pageant and Sundav school festival Holy Innocents day," Dec. 28. Congre gation and public invited. Congregational Church F. L. Good speed, D. D. pastor. At 10:30 a, m., public worship and preaching by the pastor, who will give the second ad dress on "The Pilgrim and the Puri tan." 12 m., the church school meets for Bible study. 3 p. m., the juniors' meeting, conducted by Mrs. Ewen. l p. m., a Christmas service by the Y. P. S. C. E. 7 p. m., public worship and sermon bv the pastor subject, "The Meaning of .the Manger." Thcs dav. 6:30 p. m., the boy scouts meet: Thursday, 7:30 p. m., midweek serv ice. Whosoever will come to these services will be msde welcome. First Universalist Church Frank O. Hokerk, pastor. Sunday serviced: Di vine worship at 10:30 a. m.; sermon subject, "The Foreshadowing." Ves per service at 4 p. m. Miss Brown will sing. There will be no evening service. There will be a rehearsal of the children every afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. The Sunday sehxd will hold its Christmas xerciw and entertain ment on Christmas eve, Friday, at 7 o'clock. The annual church meeting will be held in the church on Monday, Jan. 3. The ladies' union will serve the dinner at 6 p. m., and the business session will be held at 7:30 p. m. A large attendance is urged. First Presbyterian Church W. McN. Kittredge, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30, with children's sermon and sermon to adults from the theme, "Our v27 i ""B,"r 3 t Tine N. D. PMp Co., lM Christmas Aluminum Special We offer this Aluminum Ware, purchased for a Christmas Sale, at a 20 Per Cent Discount during the remainder of this week. S3 ! I ' jjj i : ; : 1 I ! $ 1 2 1 i 4 DOUBLE BOILERS Regular Trice $2.00 Sale Price $1.60 PERCOLATORS Regular Price $2.70 Sale Price $2.16 TEA KETTLES Regular price $4.40 Sale Price $3.52 TEA POTS Resrular Prices $2.55 and $2.10 Sale rricea $2.01 and $1.68 Pilgrim Heritage." Bible school at 12 m. The annual "every member can vass" will bo made between the hours of two and six, all teams reporting at the church and results made known at close of evening service. Evening service at 7, with sermon from the theme, "Constraining Love," The boy scouts will not meet Monday night. Thursday, 7:30 p. m., prayer moot ing. Friday evening, Christmas exer cises and tree. Next Sunday, special Christmas services will be held, A cor dial welcome awaits you at our scrv ices. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church -Bailey Gatsert Lipsky, pastor. Morning service at 10:30 Christmas sermon, "Room in Your Hearts for Jesus." Two Christmas t anthems will be given by tha choir. Sunday school at 11:45. Christmas program at 7: Part 1 Program of songs and rend ing by the children. Part 2 Pag eant, "No Room in the Inn." Five episodes, interluded with the Christ mas carols, compose the pageant. The closing episode presents the wise men before the mother and child. Theof fering goes to the New England dea coness hospital as Christmas gifts to Christ. : First Baptist Church Bert T. Le high, pastor. Preaching on Sunday at 10:30 and 7 o'clock. Rev. D. L. Schultz will speak at both services. Sunday evening the series of evange listic services conducted for the past two weeks will close. Bible school at 12 o'clock. Young people's service at 6. Prayer service next Thursday eve ning at 7; 30. The annual meeting of the church will be held on New Year's day. Reports from the various organ izations of the church will please be ready. The Christmas exercises of the Sunday school will be held on the evening of Dec. 26. All those in arrears on their pledges for the year will please attend to the matter of payment as soon as possible, so every thing may be in shape for the an nual meeting. METHODIST BENEVOLENCES. Total Receipts for the Year Ending Nov. 1 Were $15,489,762. Chicago, Dec. 18. Dr. Morris W. Klines, treasurer of the council of boards of benevolences of the Meth odist Kpicoopal church, announced to day that the total receipts for the year ending Nov. 1, were $15,489,7(52, or about 7 per cent of the amount pledged. May was the smallest month ,$628,552 being received while $2, 8H!,335 was paid during the month of September. The disbursements to the several boards of the church and other centenary interests were: American Bible society, $1,500; gen eral deaconess board, $45,000; board of education, $75,000; board of foreign missions, $6,612,123.05; board of home missions and church extension $6,615, 045.04; board of Sunday schools, $.100, 000; bod of temperance, prohibition and public morals, $150,000; Freed man's Aid society, $350,340.34; board of education (additional), $.001000; Freedman's Aid society (additional), $237,623.62; Kansas Wesleysn univer sity, $2,206.50; Syracuse university, .I4.887.6B; Troy Conference academy. 786.24: Wvoming seminary, $.1,574 -27; Albion college, $6,666.00 and Wes. ley foundation of Illinois, $147,771.71 Dr. Khnes said revised figures of the amount subscrilied payable in five years, was $l08,0K0po.-. IVductiftjr the estate notes valued at $1,311,170, as being at present uncollectable, the balance subscribed for the centenary fund is ia.7,83", payable in five years, which is $21,3.'3,927 annually. Dr. Ehnes in his report recommend ed a far-reaching campaign of educa tion through the religious and secular prees, the Institute and conference, the reading circle and study class, the use of pageants, lantern slides, charts, maps and" graphs, humanized by the personal message of the missionary, the pator and the laymen, and the centenary campaign must be spiritual ized. He also says: "We cannot go back to our former standard of giving that would be dis astrous. We must advance our stand ard of giving beyond the "present plane, if we are to meet our obligations at home and abroad with an adequate Christian program." Most Any Fellow In fact every fellow would be de lighted with a Christmas box con taining: One,-or more, Shirts One, or more, Collars One, or moire, Neckties . One, or more, pairs Stockings One, or more, Handkerchiefs A pair of Cuff Links and a Pin for Neckwear would be fittingly appro priate. ' . We just love to make up these Christmas boxes. Girls, may we assist? You saw that Bess and Jess had purchased dad's Christmas gifts? Well, we sent them to the house to day, and to-morrow the girls will put the white tissue paper about each arti cle and use Red Cross seals. Can't we interest you in a Christmas box as suggested above ? every item at Quick Money Sale prices. Open Every Night Next Week. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading .Clothiers 122 North Main Street Tel. 275-M I ,1 Til 'I' 'l""" gagg SH"Tlll EJ Why Not? Give him a tire or a tube for Chritsmas ? A more suitable gift for an automobilist cannot be found. For the holiday we are offering; our stock at a 20 Per Cent Discount. J. J. Hastings 371 North Main Street. MEASURING CITS Regular Trice?, 20c, 15c, 12c; Sale Price?. Iff, 12c. 10c. 'Phone 28 Barre l ant a Glaus Headquarters for Holiday Boxes and Christmas Candies Come to our store to buy your Christmas Candies. You will please yourself and please us. All our Candies are strictly fresh. ";';rr:'rilS3 . . - a w 35c 40e 49c 49c 39c 83c Special Prices on Candies Until After. Christmas BUPErJOR HOME-MADE CHRISTMAS CANDY, per ID. AMERICAN MIXTURE, per lb. SPECIAL MIXTURE, per lb ASSORTED CREAM CHOCOLATES, per lb PEANUT BRITTLE, per lb - BUTTER ALMONDS, per lb any many more which you will see in our store. Agency for Apollo, Charter, Maple Grove, Whitman's and Durand's In plain and fancy boxes, from 75c to $8.00 Al?o a full line of Lovell & Covel's in Christmas boxes. Also a full line of Charter Bulk Chocolates. Come in and let us show you tha largest line of Dox and Bulk Candies in ,the city. Don't forjret our Hot Chocolate and Ice Cream. Bet in town. Calendars to our customers. Barre Candy Kitchen, Inc.