Newspaper Page Text
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, -JULY 21, 1921.
JIM BARNES A FAVORITE By Reason ofi Record breaking Score of 69 Wednesday S8 PLAYERS LEFT AT START TO-DAY Hood's Sarsapariila Makes Food Taste Good Creates n appetite, aids digestion, pur ifies the blood, promotes assimilation so as to secure full nutritive value of food, and to give strength to the w'aole system. Adv. Some Remarkably Good Scores Were Made Yesterday Washington, D. C, July 21. Hay in the first half of tie four rounds for the open golf championship of the United S totes got under way to-day at -the Colombia. lub near Washington. With S8 of the leading professionals and amateurs playing in tie four rounds which will decide the open champion for 1921, it was expected that to-day would bring out the best g$lf of the tournament, even eclipsing that of yes terday when the scores turned in were considered remarkably low. The first two rounds "of play for the championship proper will be played to-day and the eecond two rounds will be played to-morrow, 38 holes each day. In case of a tie for first place the play-off will be held Sat wurday. Jim Barnes of Pelham, N. Y., be came one of the favorites for first prece la tits tournament as a result oi fela record-breaking 69 scored in the second hall of the qualifying round yesterday. The two Britishers, George Duncan and Abe -Mitchell, also were considered as strong competitors for ' the championship, as were Joseph H. Kirkwood of Australia and Charles Evans, jr., of Chicago. Rome of the experts believed the club's course to be particularly suited to Evans' gam. Other outstanding favorites for the title were McLeod, Pat OUara and Jock Hutchinson, che British open champion. Mike Brady of Detroit also was ranked in the list of those con ceded a good chance. Brady, who was runner up in 1919, had a score of 70 yesterday. WITH TROUBLED RED PIMPLES On Face. Could Not Sleep. Cuticura Healed. "I was troubled with red pimple that broke out on my face ar.d went up into my hair. They broke and formed a acale, and when I scratched them, burned, andI couldn't aleep lota of nights. I thought I would go wild. , "I tent for Cuticura Soap and Oint ment, and felt much better after the first application. When I had used four cakes of Cuticura Soap and three boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was healed." (Signed)Mrs.Luey Danner, 67 Connecticut Ave., New Britain! Conn. Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum are ideal for every-day toilet uses. Swfi. Zwk Trm tr MiO. Arfdr:"0rlk. arart.Dr.a,lflteat,)bM." Soldnir;. whm. Scmp Sku Omtaarat B sod 60s. Tuaoa a. SMr"Cuticiir Sots shav. withmrt m, RUDD ENTERS THREE EVENTS Captain of OxfordrCam bridge Teams Sets a Heavy Stunt IS GOING AGAINST U. S. COLLEGE STARS Whose Marks Have Been Better Than Rudd Has Done This Year taw ROTHSTEIN TO TALK. Has Been Mentioned in Baseball Scan dal Case. New. York, "July 21. Arnold Roth stein, whose name was mentioned in testimony given by William (Bill) Burns at the trial of the former Whits Sox players in Chicago yester day, declared in a statement last night that his lawyers had wired both the prosecution and the defense, ask ing for an opportunity for him to be beard. Cambridge, Mass., July 21. It is man-sined job that Captain B. 3. D, Rudd of the Oxford -Cambridge track team baa set himself for the dual games with Yale-Harvard at the stadi um here next Saturday. He plans to try to win the 100-yard dash, the quarter-mile run and the half-mi); run. Such an undertaking in a meet ing of such importance is almost with out precedent in American athletic his tory. The test is one for a Paddock, Ted Meredith and an Earl Eby combined. With first places only to count ex cept in case of tie, Rudd ia elected to try to outrun E. 0. Gourdin with a mark of 9 4-5 seconds for the bun ded-yard dash; Chapman of Yale with a 50 seconds time for the 440-yard run and Campbell of Yale, who baa run the half mile in 1 minute 64 4-6 seconds. Rudd feels that he is fit for the etiffest running of bis career, and, ad mittedly, the English star will need to run faster than he has previously this year in each event of the three in order to win. Athletes of both teams planned to finish training with a light practice session this afternoon, but heavy rains this forenoon made a workout to day doubtful. The athletes were guents of Mayor Peters at a formal luncheon given by tne city ot .Boston tnis noon. , LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE CLEVELANDS ARE DEPOSED By New York for Leader ship of the American League EASY VICTORY FOR HIGHLANDERS FRENCH CHESS STAR WON FIRST PLACE The Daily Newspaper . is an Instant Force la Chess Masters' Tournament Played in Philadelphia To-day. Atlantic City, K. J., July 21. David Janowski, chess champion of France won first place in the chess masters tournament early this morning by de feating S. T. Sharp of Philadelphia after 32 moves. X. T. Whitaker of Washington, who defeated M. D. Hago of New York last night in their final match, finished second, and Charles Jaffe of New York captured third place by default against Captain J. B. Har vey of Fenelon Falls, Ontario. Hago won fourth place while Samuel Factor of Chicago; Frank J. Marshall, United State champion, and V. Sour- nin of Washington divided the fifth prize. Factor drew his final game- laet night with E. S. Turover of Washing ton; Marshall won his final by default from E. 8. Jackson and PhiladelphiH and Sournin drew the last game with Sharp. I he final standings were: Janowski 8'2, Whitaker K, Jaffe 7, Hago 61,,, Factor, Marshall and Sournin 8 each Shajp ft1,, Turover and Lotweski 5 and Harvey and Jackson 1 each. AMERICANS HOPEFUL. w ISE national advertisers are not making long-time commitments these days. Conditions are changing too rapidly. What may have been a bad market yes terday may be a good one to-morrow. What might be a fair price to-day may be low or high a week hence. Alert merchandisers are marshalling their selling forces so they can have the right men on the right spot at the right moment In times like these there is no force so adaptable to the problems of the manufact urer or national distribu tor as newspaper advertis ing. The national newspaper advertiser can change his appeal overnight He cm move from one market to another instantly. He can start here or stop there. He can make every advertising dollar count cne hundred cents efficien cy. In no other medium ex cept the daily newspaper can he have like advantages. The daily newspaper is the medium of complete adaptability, just as it is the medium of immediate results. Manufacturers and distributors interested is ths problems of modern mercJuadiaiaf ars ia-. rited ts writs to ths Bureau of Advertising. 1 56 World Bonding, New York, for a copy of Us bock, "National Advertising and ths Newspapers " Of Retaining American Women's Ten nis Laurels. New York, July 21. Members of the West Side Tennis club were enthusi astic to-day over the prospects of ade (Ousts defense of American women tennis laurels by Mr. Mar button Bunday of Los Angeles against Mile nuxzsne Lenglen of Frsnce. Mrs. Pundsr reached Xew York ves terday and immediately went for prac ties at Korest Hals, where the na tionals championship will open Aug 1.1. Her playing wss impressive. Ten nis experts felt that her court actlvi tr showed that she had lost none of the skill which enabled her to triumph m the national tournament and a Wimledon hitherto - With her sister mast star, Miss Mary K. Browne, also a former na tional title holder, Mrs. Bundar is en tered in the metropolitan women'i championship opening next Mondar Tbey will have ample opportunity to know from personal observation sdvanee of the national event, the kind of a plaver Mile. Lenglen is, for she will sail from France next Sat urday and will make her first appear ance on an American court at Green wich, Conn., Aug. 3 in the first of series of exhibition matches for the benefit of funds for devastated France Another coast star who has arrived in New York ia Willis E. Davis, sum ber 5 in the men's ranking. He will practice here and then participate in the Longwood bowl tournament at Boston and tournaments at Newport and Seabright. " STRANGE FIRE AT ONSET. But Extra Inning Battles Were Fought in Other Three Contests New York, July 21. Extra inning battles were foueht in three of th four American league contests yester day and in the fourth New York wrest ed the leadership from the Cleveland world's champions in easy fashion. The Chicago Whits Sox, in defeat ing Philadelphia in ten innings, won their fifth eitra inning game in ten days. Detroit won from Washington in ten innings. The St. Louis Americans pounded out 22 hits in their 10-inning victory over Boston after overcoming a seven run handicap.' Sixteen of the Browns hits were divided evenly among Tobin Sislcr, Jacogson and Revereid. Eleven two-base hits were made by the two clubs. Three shoutout contests were twirled in the National league. The Pittsburg! leaders with their star, Cooper, on the mound, blanked the ambitious Boston Braves, while Chicago and Philadelphia took turns in whitewashing each oth er. J be cuds maae xj nits wnue Alex ander held the Quakers runless in the first game and Hubbell prevented the Cubs from making a complete journey around the base paths in the second In the first game Mainel of the Cubs had five singles in five times at bat. LANARK OF GLASGOW PLAYING LAST GAME Destroyed Building Which Had Been Ordered Removed, Onset, Mass., July 21. An unex plained firs st four o'clock this morning totslly destroyed the Cssino snd con tents, a landmark mercantile estab lishment conducted by George Clsrence liplmes of Brockton. Loss f 15,000 The Casino is one 01 the private plaits 011 demned by the usrehsm selectmen to be removed not later than October next to make way for public park improve ments. The authorities sre investirntinz s story of alleged incendiarism. A heuvv rain saved roofs of msnv summer nt tsges from sparks thst thresiencd to spread a conflagration. AMBASSADOR CHILD DELIGHTED Thst Italy Has Ratified Treaty of Rspallo. Naples, July 21. Richard Washburn Child, the new American smhasssdor to Italy, who reached here Wednesday on the steamer President Wilson, was interviewed to-dsy by the Uiornsle D'ltalia. Ths newspaper quotes him ss ssying thst the American government was greatly plessed over ratification of the tresty of Fapallo, and was delighted to know thst relations between Italy and .Jugo slavia would now be of most cordfal nature, and would solve any pending questions such as the presence of D'Annunsio in ths port of Baros. He concluded by assuring the Italian people that the United Mates would not enter the league of nations TRACKLESS TROLLEY. Will Be Operated By New York Muni cipality. New York, July 2!. A trackless trailer svstem is to be instituted snd operated by New York City on Ststen Island, urorer A. Whales, commis sioner of plant and structures, in an nouncing bis flans today, said the cost of operation would be "17 1-2 cents a mil as compsred with 27 cents for fat ol:n busses. The rsrs, wi'h ruHSer Having Won Every One of Their 24 Matches In Canada And United States They Meet Fall River Today. Fall River, Mass., July 21, The Third Lanark soccer team of Glasgow will play the last game of their American and Canadian tour against a picked eleven hers late today. The visitors avs won all 24 matches played on their trip. They will leave New York on Sat urday for Scotland. AMERICAN YELLS HEARD - As Tourists Were Received by Mayor of Rome. Rome, July 21. The ancient Forum and the monuments on Capifoline Hill resounded with American college yells when the party of American men and women students travelling in Italy were received by Mayor Gianrietta Valli yesterday. The American gave round after round of cheers for the msyor snd, a Urge number of woman students who st- tended the reception responded with ths jells of their colleges. The Americsr. students ire in Italy to take part in exercises at Ravenna, where a bronze memorial tablet, the gift of American colleges, will lie placed on the tomb of Dante. Following the reception Ly Mayor Valli the students visited the Capitol ine museum and art galleries, aa well as many other points of interest throughout the city. Before Callinga DoctorF j: a -e .1. - 1 : ' 1 j ,ln ajBorucrs oi bioihrcji, liver or KiunryB, i try the good old fashion remedy SEV EN BARKS and we predict that in nine cases out of 10 you won't need a doctor. This famous remedy will giva quick relief to the organs of digestion, kidneys and the liver, and when these imrcftant organs are in a nj.-mal cuii- d:tion, you need not have fear of other complications. A very large percentag of all our aii:neuts are caused by indigtbtion, or a deranged stomach, and you can eas ily eliminate these condition bf rak ing EVEN BARKS according to direc tions for a short time. This remsikftbl r'jPiidy is made from ths extract of a.-vtral different kinds of 'ti and N-rbs, every one of which has mdinl value, scientifically blended, and for :0 years hss been a standard remedy for indigestion, constipation, liver, kidney and stomach troubles. SEVEN BARKS has saved thou sands of families large doctors' bills, as well as untold suffering. L. A. Ames of Prospect. Maine, writes us that he has used SEVEN BARKS as a family remedy for 20 years and it has saved him many a doctor's bill. He also states he found it a most excellent remedy for indigestion and kidney troubles. What SEVEN BARKS has done for others it will do for you. For sale by druggists. adv.- Alway in-the 11 i eaidl It was Barre automobiles to first make the trip over the Smugglers' Notch road from Jeffersonville. The Times C ass ied SPORTIVE FANS TO BE CHECKED Philadelphia Magnates Will Give Pass to Person Who Returns Ball. rhiladelphis, Julv 21. In sn effort to break up the habit on the part of fans of keeping baseballs knocked into the stands, the Philadelphia National league club to-day. announced that it ould issue a pas good for one day to spectator who throw the ball bark to ths playing field. Local fns reccntlv have been tor menting the guard by throwing the baseballs around the palivion before living them up and many were never recovered. Dlumns Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent So, once again, Barre maintains her lead. This position is always held in the clothing line by the firm who signs this advertisement. We are all proud of our Barre. We are proud to have had Barre men make the first trip to Smugglers' Notch over the new state highway. We are proud of being Barre's Lead Qothiers. Closed Monday Evening at 5:30. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. ' Tel. 275-M. Try An Adv. in The Times Boudoir Lamps When seeking a gift of true distinction, let your choice be a Boudoir Lamp. Some one you wish to remember, one of the family or an intimate friend would cherish such a gift for years to come be cause of its artistic beauty and practical nightly utility. See our line of Lamps and decide for yourself. BARRE ELECTRIC CO. 1 Telephone 98 M0NTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 "For Your Electric Wants" ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES REDUCES DISCOUNT. Bank of England Drops It from 0 to S Per Cont London. .lulv 21. The Bank of Eng land to-dsv reduced its rate of dis count from 6 per cent to 5't per cent. Announcement of the reduction re moved the uncertainty which has been prevalent in the money market dur ing the past few weeksl Ths chief factor paving the war to the reduction has been chosper money, which was bought about bv the stag ation in trade and the inflation vf credits through government borrowing ORANGE Public dsnce st town hall. Orsrce. ' Fririav. Julv 22. Music fnrni h-H K I Maners snd Horas orrjiestra. A good me guars nteed to sll. adv. To Free Your Arms of Hair or Fuzz (Boudoir Secrets Xo toliet table is complete without a j m!l pa' kape of delatone. for with it hair or inn can be quukly bani'.iej from the skin. To remove hairs you merely mix into a pare tncmen of the i powder and water to cover the chjec- tioBsbie hairs. Thi should be left ,n ' the skin ab.-ut 2 minutes, thci nthVd ' "II and tr'e k:n wsfbd, Vn i' -'i tires, can be s'eered to either side of ths he found fe from bur or blem;sh. Be road eo avoid vfcec:ls snd pedestrianc. ure tcu gt genuine dfU'.one Ad. -A f ' .V a Tsv. "7 V 'XS ,ri . a VsSMiSK Willys Knioht Touring Sleevs Valve Motor Improves With Use 0 A Monarch of Motor Cars Now51895 Ths Willys Knight monarch ef motors. is housed in ne of the world's finest rare? The quiet smoothness of the "slv vslve motor which emphssis sny noise wias enforced the refinement ef chassis and body far beyond ths requirements sf vrdinary ears. Years have been spent in developing the Wilrys-Knight car to its present worthin' of this extrsordir.srr motor. TV re is tin finer workmanship on sny cei, anywhere, st sny price. There is no csr snywhere thst costs so little to run snl msihtsin in proportion to the ertreme sstisfsiiun snd dependability ef its service. The extremely high mileage per gallon of gasoline is o nly one of the details hich caue WiDys-Xnbht to outsell sll Knight motored rsrs. Touring, f. o. b. Toledo, was $2193. now I1895 Roadster, f. o. b. Toledo, was ?21.?3 now 1895 Coupe, f. o. b. Toledo, was $2$i, now .2550 Sedan, f. o. b. Toledo, was S21U3, now " 2750 H. F. Cutler & Son 13 So. Main Street. Tel. 750, Barre