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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921.
BUCKY LEW'S ! " TEAM TAME Constipation I To relieve It, and to stimulate tV. i torpid liver and other diextive or gana, take the prompt and pjeuiju.ii . Hood's Pills Eany'to take, easy to operato. JigJe by C. L Hood Co.. Lowell, V.' "HAVE $50,000 GASH READY" liOwell, Mass., Basketball fFive Match for Mont Si pelier Legion t ' . ; SCORE 81 TO 23 f IN A LOOSE GAME Visitors Did Not Seem to ? Be Able to Locate the Basket The Montpelior American Legion ban ketball team defeated Bucky Lew's five of Lowell, Mas., on the floor In Mont pelier Thursday evening by a score of 81 to 23. The visiting team did not seem to be able to get into the game much, possibly due to the fact that Springfield played them a hard game the previous night and the fact that two of Lew's regular players were not in the game. , The home team did its usual passing game and the visiting team, when they obtained the ball, showed some good team work but thev did not seem to have range on the baskets, with the result that they would be guarded be fore they could get a second shot. They played hard. Laird dropped out of the game in the last period and Donnolly. xvljo took his place, did well. The local high school team would have given the Legion team a better game than the visitors ,wre able to. Knpple, who played with them, was the man who played with Bellows Falls reeentlv here and got most of the points made by that team. The lineup: Montpelier Lowell Gross, f g, Wing 'lark, f. g, Lew Walker, c . . . .c, McGratli Laird g .f, Kupple Donnolly, g Bartlett, g f, LaCasse Score, Montpclier 81, Lowell 23; bas kets from the floor, Montpclier, Bart lett 14. Clark 11, Grosn 8, Walker f. Laird, Donnolly, and Lowell, McGrath 4, Kupple 3, LaCaso, Wing 2;. baskets from fouls, Walker, Lat'asse: referee. Cullen; timer, Abnir; scorer, Shepurd; time, thrpe 15,-minute periods. following the came the Oriental Six furnished music for dancing until mid night. Many young people from Barre enjoyed the game and dancing. The same orchewtra played the previous nigni ior me dance m the city hall. KEEP URIC ACID . OUT OF JOINTS Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to Eat Less Meat and Take Salts. Rheumatism is easier to avoid than to euro, states a well-known authority. We are advised to dress warmly, keep the feet dry; avoid exposure; eat less meat, but drink plenty of good water. Rheumatism is a direct result of eating too much meat and other rich foods that produce uric acid which is absorbed into the blood. It is the func tion of the kidneys to filter this acid from the blood and east it out in the urine: the pores of the skin are also a means of freeing the blood of this im purity. In damp and chilly cold weath er the skin pores are closed thus forc ing the kidneys to do double work, they become weak and sluggish and fail to eliminate the uric acid which keeps accumulating and circulating through the system, eventually settling in the joints and muscles causing stiffness, Boreness and pain called rheumatism. At the first twinge of rheumatism get from any pharmacy about four ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon- tul in a glasj ot water and drink before breakfast .each morning for a week. This is said to eliminate uric acid by stimulating the kidneys to normal ac tion, thus riddinjr the blood of these mpurities. Jad salts is inexpensive, harmless and is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with litliia and is used with excellent results by thousands of folks who are subject to rheumatism. Adv. Read Second Demand for. Ransom for Mrs. Clara Witherell WIFE OF LOS ANGELES BUSINESS MAN Who Was Lured Away From Her Home Last Wednesday PEOPLE LIKE TO SEE WHAT THEY ORDER That Is the Reason Why the Cafeteria Is Gaining Popularity in Chicago. Los Angeles, Jan. 28. A second de mand for a ransom for Mrs. Clara Witherell, who was kidnapped Wednes-, day, was given out to-day by the po lice. The typewritten note, slipped un der the door of the Witherell home, said : 'Mr. Witherell: Your wife is safe. Don't worry until you hear further from me. Have $."0,000 cash ready for me as you will hear from me again soon. Don t not it v ponce or aetecuves or all will be lost.'' Details of the first demand for ran som were not disclosed. -Mrs. vvuner- ell, wife of O. S. Witherell, president of a loan and investment company, is said to have been lured away from her home by a man who told her that a person in'iured in an automobile ac cident asked that she be summoned. The disappearance was declared by detectives to be due to someone fa miliar with the habits of the Witherell household. TJiis statement followed a day of running down clues which led to a half dozen points within a radius of 100 miles of Los Anpeles. Police said investigation was being made of the possibility of some former friend or acquaintance ot the itherell family bavins been involved in the disappearance. PEANUTS IN BABY'S BATH. Cuticura Shampoos Mean Healthy Hair Especially if preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment to spots of dandruff, Itching and irritation. This treatment does much to keep the scalp clean and healthy and to promote hair growth. ImU lata trm 1r Kill a iMrm; "Oatinrs Lak. r.MIiM.ltect. 10,KUlu41.M.I" ftoidmrf. Wf" Boapa uintmmttaandMe. TiMuSi, & CaUcura Soap ahaTM ariihaot ana. NOMALCY BY APRIL OR MAY Business Conditions Will ; Take Up Their Old Trend Then UNLESS OUR EXPORTS FALL OFF UNDULY, In... -tl l- T T-l-.ll.1- -i! x roi. vnaries o. jduuock oj.. Harvard University Predicts NOT A HARD BLOW FOR SIX ROUIDS Then Bill Brennan and Hugh-Walker Cot to Mixing It Up. Dallas, Texss, Jan. 28. Bill Brennan of Chicago pot the newspaier decision over Hugh Walker of Kansas City, Mo., in 12 slow rounds last night. Not a bard blow was struck until the seventh round, which Brennan took by using straight lefts and rights. In the 11th round, after three more slow rounds, Brennan slightly cut Walker's cheek. Brennan took the 11th and 12th rounds. MATCH AT BROOKLINE For Woman. Eastern Golf Champion ship of 1921. Boston, Jan. 28. The women's east ern golf championship will, be decided at the Country club, Brookluie, June fi and 7, at 3d holes, medal play, the Women's fiolf association of this city mnouncen at us annual meeting yes erday. The intercity matches for the Jriseom championship in which teams from New York, Philadelphia and this city will enter, will be played over the same links June 8, 9 and 10. The Bos ton district championship will be w. 1 J ' 11 . ,1 1 .... na.,vnu in x iip ih-ii at a oute x tie an nounced later. FRANKIE MASON WON. Har- Delivered a Knockout to Bobbv risoa in Sixth Round. Youngstown, O., Jan. 28. Krankie Mason. American flrweivht chamnlnn noeKea out Boiiriv Hanson of Sew ork in the sixth round of scheduled welve -round bout here last night. MILLIONS FOR WELFARE WORK. ptfrs. Helen Hartley Jenkins "Donor of Connecticut Trust Fund. Hartford. Conn., Jan. 28. A bill for charter for the Hartley truxt fund resented to the ceneral aasemhlv to. 1st disclosed the fact that M r. Hnfen lartley Jenkins will be the donor of large sum of money, probably in the illions, to form a foundation for uen- nu weuare work in Connecticut. ECZEMA MEETS FINAL ENEMY INPOSLAM .-n i r . j . n . i . . influence, roruiKtor that thi pwrd d iifScolt and batTlinc own of yen in tnu nm. Plrk cut the fcantot spot m liar war itirhiaar atnai suit rtm .a nd STrv P rat lam at n Av-n awkt k.nu. a ttntkrorcsjiivnt TVy tr tunf if von v pimplca, menr. fmmh, acalp-acale, arrpm r njr akin divorder. Sold ery br. For fr-v tafrple writ u. New Yark City. i v w orwuiT viratrrr. anacHb tdttard with Poalam. Adv. When Ttni feel to "bine" that krrw the ty looks jrellowr, you need BEECHAtVi'S PILLS A Slawisti BTT rnnd pooif srfna tfcn- iul t 4ntmf fnod potooos, w'.iLh aiia.t im huoi as vail as the ty. Chicago, Jan. 28. The desire on the part of the average patron of the pub iic oatin house to save time and mon ey in procuring his meals, is assigned by C. A. est bora, manager of a chain of Chicago cafeterias, as the reason for the rise of the cafeteria during recent years to a prominent place in public lavor. "People also like to see what kind of food they are getting before they order it," he says, asserting that the advan tage of inspecting the various dishes of fered is a possible third factor in the growth of the "self service" plan. Mr. Westberg says that whereas the and six years a;o people hesitated to patronize a first-floor cafeteria for fear of being recognized by friends, and that establishment of such a place was then a precarious step on that account, now the "help yourself" idea is at the height of its popularity. In the five self serv ice eating houses in Chicago, managed by Mr. Wcntberg, l.'i.OOO meals are served daily, he estimates. He fives the average amount of a check at 4o cents. rew ersons attempt to evade pay ment of their bills, and these are usual ly boys of from 17 to 20 years of age, and Mt'asionallv women. Such attempts often are sucwssful durinif the busy periods. Other patrons. While willing ly paying for their meals carry away with them souvenirs in the form of cafeteria equipment, such as spoons and napkins. A supply of one hundred doz en small German silver butter plates put into service at one cafeteria a year ago has been depleted through onslaughts of "souvenir hunters'' and now practically none remain in posses sion of the house. "The butter plates made very accept able ash trays," remarked Mr. West berg in accounting for their disappear ance. Xs.pkins are often taken away by customers through oversight and many of them returned. The management. Mr. Westberg states, receives in the mail every week nankins from various parts of the middle west, apparently taken away unintentionally by Chica go visitors. The manager sees hope for further declines in the cost of meals but de clares sucn reductions must be pre ceded by wacc reductions. He savs th cost of labor has increased more than How Chinese Insure Long Life and Suc cess for the Child. When a new baby arrives in China it is the custom for the mother's parents to supply it with several outfits of clothing. If the baby's maternal grand parents are wealthy it is not unusual for them to furnish all its clothes until it is five or ten years old. Though customs vary in different provinces, just as dialects do, it is a common thing when the child is three days old for the parents to present boiled eugs, dved red, to relatives, friends and neighbors, thereby signify ing that they hope that their children will be as numerous as the ejrgs. Fre quently the number of eggs given away totals 2,000 or more. For the baby's bath, two tubs of wa ter are made ready, one for its body and one for its head, thagon's egjfs and peanuts are thrown into the water in both tubs, this ueing supposed to In sure long life and success in all under takings of the child" adult life. It is customary for relatives to drop money liberally into water. Tit-Bits. To Curs a Cold in One Day THke GROVE'S Laxative BROMO OLI NIN'L tablets. The genuine bears the signature of E. W. I'irove. (Be sure vou ! get BKO.MO.) 30c. Adv. l WILL TRY COMEBACK. "Buck" Middle- Crouse, Formerly a weight Contender. Connellsville, Fa., Jan. 28. "Buck" Crouse of Pittsburgh, formerly a lead ing contender for the middleweight box ing crown and who was one of the American boxers who made a success ful trip to Australia, will attempt a "comeback" here to-uight when he meets "Kid" Jackson of this city in ten rounds. Crouse has been absent from the ring for several years, hav ing been physical instructor at a steel plant near Pittsburgh. Boston. Jan 5ft. A rpfnrn tn normal i business condition by April or May. was j predicted last niirht by Professor ; Chnrles J. Bullock of Harvard universi- ty at the annual dinner of the associat- 1 j ed savings trust companies of Massa- J chtisetts. "L'nless," he added, "exports! fall off unduly in which case we shall j not emerge from our troubles before summer or fall." Professor Bullock, who is chairman of the committee on j economic research of Harvard, said the, flowinj and ebbing tides of business ' prosperity have been recurrent since j the beginning of time and may be ex pected to continue. e have escaped the worst panic in history, but for two factors, for the first time Europe was our debtor to the extent of five or ten billions and we had our federal reserve system. Wholesale prices never fell so fast nor so far in so brief a period as now. We now appear to be in the last phase; liq uidation of retail prices and labor." Coughs and Colds Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat jj Banished By Hyomei HERZOG WILL NOT QUIT. Intends to Stay in the Big Leagues, He Declares. Baltimore, Jan. 2S. Charles "Buck" Herzog, second baseman, recently re leased unconditionally by the Chirayn Nationals, does not e.pei t to quit base ball, but he says he will do business until the schedule met ting of the ,a tional league at New York next month. lt'i said th Manuircr Donovan of the I'lrUdelpliia Nationals, is dickering! with Herzog. Other major league of fers aTe said to have been made him. The irerir.s of catarrh do not exlt ir the suntp almogjiherv with antiseptic Ilyomei (pronounce it Hllth-o-me). Urrfithe Hyo.ml snd relief fnrnn catarrh, rouirhs, sore throat or cold will com in two minuta. Brrathe Hyomei and that stomas) strain iiur hawking- in the morn in it will quickly disappear. Brvaitlvs Hyom4 and kill catarrh verms ; hral the inflamed membrane, stop the diarharjre of muriv and prevent crusts from forming in the noee. Uivathe Hyomei for a few minuted each day and rid yourself of contemptible ca tarrh. Breathe Hyomei -Rive It faithful trial and then, If you are not aatiehed, you can have your money bark. HyomH is nold hr Red Cross Pharmacy and drumrieU everywhere. I Ends indigestion It relieves stomach misery, sour stoin tch, belching and all stomach disease r money back. Large box of tablets all druggists in ail towua, , Bargains for Saturday Special for Saturday Only Robert & Many School Children Are Sickly Mother who value ther own comfort and the welfare of their children, ehould never he without a ton of Mother iiray's Sweet Powders for Children, fir uee throuehout the aeanon. They Break up (old. Relieve Keverihn. Uonatipatton, Teething- Dis orders, Headache and Stomach Trouhlm. Cued hy mother for over M yer. THr3SE POWDERS GIVE SATISFACTION. All PruK Stores. Don't aoceit any substitute. -Adv. Good Bargains for Saturday! cor, Twr- riro- c C&mp VoTk and Beans, Qnan Prm-rW li.r-o-o ,y Can f OT 2,C To introduce the World' Meat Department fancy Dairy But- 'Western Beef Steak, lb. . 35c ter 58c Native Beef Steak, lb. ... 30c I (Try one pound of it) Beef to boil, lb 10c, 25c 10 lbs. fine Sugar 83c Pork Loin, lb 29c c nave n neavy ve.stt'rn Beef this week Rib Boat Beef, lb Chuck Beef or Shoulder Clod Round Steak Roast Tork 28c, 30c, Two cans Corn, the trool kind 23c Smked Shoulder, lb. , Fancy can Peas 15c Smoked Ham, sliced, lb Van Camp large bottle Cat- Dairv Butter, Jb 58t pup, regular selling price Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz. . 70c 30c and 35c for ..... 25c Pure Lard. Ib 20c 'an Camp Pork and Beans, Compound Lard, Ib 15c the 20c can for 18c No. 5 Comp. Lard 70c Pork Shoulder, Ib 25c 25c Bacon. Ib 35c Frankfurts, Ib 22c 22c Salt Pork, Ib. 23c jc Blood Sausage, lb. ,J2c Pork Sausage, Ib. . 25c 28c 23t 35c cans Campbell's Soup, all kinda 35c Pure Lard, 5 lbs. net ...$1.10 Corn Flakes, two for 25c Shredded Wheat, two for. 25c '' Soap products we will sell one " Kina y ' hS . cake of World's Soap, one cake 2 cans Campbell s Pork !of White Naphtha, one package C(PS v;;;: ' 2o 100 rer rent in the last four in r.oiehled rf"rrn,T iol u!,,e lineoiof Soap Flakes, one package of Stf babbitt Ward Naph rather than hare tabic has been ex- . . , . i iha Arrow Rnrav Snnn presaed by patron, he tayg. EXACT REPRODUCTION 0' Old Chandeliers Placed in Independ ence Hall in Philadelphia. rhiladfliiliia, .Ian. 2.-( liamlolior-. have Wn intallei in indi-'ndpni-e hall notleSS Cleanser 7 Cans Soap Powder, two lots to a cus- j tomer, 72c value, for only 40c. Six cakes good Laundry Soap . . . ' Fancy Toilet Soap, 6 cakes Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans Polly Prim, three cans Coffee Department 5c White House Coffee 3Sc Chase & Sanborn Coifae . 38c Wilson ColTee 35c Rolled Oats, 10 lbs. for . . 50c Corn Meal, Ib 50c 25c WeaU.- HOARSENESS I I iVaJow alcmjr ama!I pieces wH wt'J ortr the throat. VAftQRUn re ear reprtKiiict inns ot the t- o , original put in when that historic Imild-1""" er. T- , ' injr was fir.t ere-ted. iew lost iuasiit. jjkij. . they are the result of a ape'il de ; Pearl Tapioca, four lbs. . . slpn prepared br exrt. after a .-are- Our best Head Rice. 5 lbs. ful ttudr of the rhandeliera whi'h were - rl-., T n. in i.ne .t the time of the con-tru.-tion Orange Pekoe Tea, Ib. . . . . of the hall in I7.i."i. ir,xtra tiood coiiee, id. ... Rome of the oriirinaJ of that neriM. Armour s Oleomarirarine. till in eiitenre. are found in All Hal j Jj ' lows rhurrh. liurkmir. Kneland. and it rr- " ias there thst the expert went to ex-1 ' . , 1 ' ' mine he fixtures. Strictly Fresh LggS The chandeliers are eart facimiles Good Cream Cheese. Ib. of the ,M-vin.Is with the exoert ion that IeaT Salt Pork. Ib ther are wired for the ne .f elwtrii itv , V, 1 n , tn nstead of reiving on real ramlle. Tlirv o"U ituueu viis, in ius. . are made of ornamental brass and the Granulated Lom Meal, 10 candle effect is achieved by mean of ai lbs small frosted plass bulb. ' iT,0J Ct,v'ia!rr.r.n toll rm iHwl Salmon. Haf rans. l-!b. LOST VASE LOCATED. 45c va,ue Inteaded for James A. Flaherty of New 'Worcester Salt. 3 bags York Wss Found in Constantinople, jOne-Ib. box of Steak Cod- Ncw York, .Tan. 2S.-A f...(HJ Setr-s ' fijvl , ,; vase, lt in trant.it after its presenta- V rj'Stal nite KflTO, Can . . . tiun br the president of France t.t' Blue Label K.ro, 2 Cans .. lames A. I,aherty. supreme ki.l.t f Wilsons Evaporated Milk. the Kn,pi,ti .f I olumbu-. !,a Wn t ran found in t onstaniinople, a gieiir r-1 1 r . ' ' oeied here to-day said. It bad l-en,"Ood Onions. Ib placed by mistake', n .hipm,-nt f fur-1 Pie Pumpkin, bT?e c?n . . . n.h.i,g. for t;,e Kn ghts" .ui, ti,er.. , Hubbard Sqi a.-h, large can T. St- a C.. o.kk ! Xtra FWJ ('orn- 2 CanS Take HAYES- HEALIVO HfiNEY. A',wl"' flVmtkle Treatment, which stnf irrit I tic. fceaU the throat, relierea rep 'tM.it and fnrcs the t corn lt ? .'. "hiMren like it. J.V. (i.ire it n trial i-adr. Washington Street tha, Arrow, Borax Soap, all 10 cakes for 72c Sunny Monday Whiteflyer ' Soap. 10 cakes 70c Graham 6c U. S. Mail Soap, 10 cakes. . 45c and also many other bargains. r Large pkg." Washing Pow- Give us a call. Just across the ucr iuc lilHlUoU LiatK. 25c nd good many other bar-) gains, uauanasee. I IIUUvSI I luUUtp J. G. Shadroui '2S-30 ipt Tel. sos-m. 115 So. Main St- Tel. 273-W. ! 0rders ,Wivw Frt- 23c 12c 30c! 45c' 30c 25c 28c ' 30c' 65c Jp... . A aft 7 Copyricht 1920 Hart Schaffncr & Marx See What We're Doing to Prices Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats $35.50 You know how prices ha c been; pretty high. When we saw there wasn't much chance of lower costs we just decided that we'd mark prices down anyway. We've done it; never mind whether we lose or not, you win. You'll want to look at these Suits and Overcoats at $35.50; then you'll buy. Open Monday Evening as Usual. Moore & Owens . Uarre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main Street. T:l:i;hpiv iT-VM. I I ti 1 I I ! i good values FORjSaliirday Only SATURDAY ONLY Saturday Only ! advertise in the barre times Fine Granulated Sugar. t?c Sugar. 10 lbs. ooc Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz. Fancy Dairy T.utter, Ib. . Rolled Oats, 10 lbs Fancy Whole Hice, 3 lbs. 85c 70c 45c 25c 30c FJrookfield Eggs. doz. . . . Two good cans Corn Large tan Peaches White Mouse Coffee, Ib. 10 lbs c 9c Mealy Potatoes, peck .... 37c Jj;c Roast Beef. Ib 20c 5if Rump Steak. Ib. 30c 37c Round Steak, tb. White House Coffee 3Sc Our Host Coiree, Ib 35c Boiling and Stewing Beef, :rr Yellow-eve Beans. Ib lOr lb 15c to Pea Beans. Ib 8c P.oast Pork. Ib 27c to :.)C Cameron's Store AutKrat Colfee "dC Seedless Raisins Se!ed Raiir.s Mincemeat, two pkgs Large bottle Catsup 30c bar Cocking Chocolate 3'ic can Coria Hamburg Steak. Ib 18c All kinJ of fresh Western Bref at io a- prices. Bananas. I! 12c O-f.r.sr ,"ooJ sire. doz. .. 50c Grapefruit, Tears and Apples. 29c 23c 25c 23c 3c l.'c 18c 25c 55c Compound Lard. Ib No. 5 pail Comp. Iird Xo. 10 pail Comp. Lard N'o. 10 pail Pure Lard . . . Hood Dairy Butter, ib. . . . 'Trod Dairv Butter, Mc Leod's. Hi f Creamery Butter. Ib Crod estern Steak. Ib. . Roat Prk. lb 25c. Roast Beef. !b I-f to boil. Ib Call and get your worth. 35c 2Sc 2Sc 28c 28c 2c 18c 30c 19c General Electric Motors In IJarre Stock I1? Frankfurts. IT). tl6f Macaroni and Spaghetti. three rkg Cream Cheese, lb Kellogg s Lorn i-ianes, pkg Sweet Corn, two cans .... Evaporated Milk, two cans flood Washing Powder, 6 tkes. for D'-n't forget the bargain the big 38c 58c 2"c 25c. 2c . . . 2.5c 10c. 20c money's 25c 35c 10c 25c 25c 2oc pU'.cc right behind rock. T. C. McCarfy & Son Louis Romanos1 B. p. Shadroui 107 South Main St, Td. 6-J. Td 3IS-W, 39 rrwpect Street. 50 Brook St, TcL 18! -W. 1 H. P. 3 phase, 1?M R. P. M. 3 II. P. 3 phase, 1S00 R. P. M. 5 H. P. 3 phase. 1800 R. P. M. 7i 'i H. P. 3 phase, 1800 R. P. M. 15 H. P. 3 phase, 1800 R. P. M. 1 II. P. single phase, 1800 R. P. M. Miscellaneous 5 II. P. Bill Iaring Fairbanks-Morse iO H. P. Ball Bearing Fairbanks-Morse 10 II. P. Ri,l i ir. - and Mvers 1 II. P. single phase, Wagr.er 10 II. P. second hand, 3 phase Immediate deliver', on other sizes, from Boston f tock. BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 99. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 Fr Your Electric WanU.