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THE -BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VlV FRIDAY, JULY 22, ' 1921.
2. FAIRLY RAINED . SAFE HITS When Cleveland Beat New York and Regained First Place A Lazy Liver 'auses a great deal of trouble, bll msness, constipation and sick Mdache. Do not put up with it; .urrect It, at once by taking Hood's Pills Msde by 0 I. Hood Co., towjil, Ms CHAMPIONS MADE 22 CLEAN DRIVES Joe Sewell, Alabama Col- legian, Rapped Out Three Doubles . New York, July 22. The Cleveland New York American box score yes terday had much the appearance of two football team line-up with plen ty of substitutes. No lew than thir ty men were used by both teams, the Yankees puttinfl in 18 players in a vain effort to stave off the worst defeat of the year 17 to8. In regaining the coveted first po?i-J tion in the American league race, held by New York for 24 hours, the Cleve-j land team made it rain base hits, their . total being 21 against .16 for the Yan- kee batsmen. Sixten of the 38 hit , .were . doubles, Joe aeweii, tne Ala bama collegian, knocking out three. He made two other kits in six trips to the plate. . , . . Cleveland, July 22. To-day is an open date in the series between the Cleveland Indians and the New York Yankees. The teams will resume their fight for league leadership to-morrow. Catcher Steve O'Neill of the Indians, who has just returned to the game after being out with a broken finger since Memorial day, has received the following telegram from Howard Ehmke of the Detroit team: "I wish, to congratulate you on get ting back into the game and wish you the best of luck the remainder of the season." It was a ball pitched by Ehmke that injured Ocelli. Qticura Cares For Your Skin And Hair Daily use of, the Soap; keeps the, skin fresh and clear, while touch es of the Ointment now and then as needed soothe and heal the first pimples, redness, roughness or scalp irritation. Cuticura Talcum is also excellent for the skin, it is delicately medicated and exquisitely perfumed. Itmpn lick Fro St Mill AMna: "OiUcitiLiV rM.rlM D.pt 110, Itl4 . Mm." SoM rrtrf whr. &op2o. tnneoittnt 25 too out . lummmc. VCnticura Soap ibmt without mug. JIM BARNES OUT IN FRONT I;eads Field of 78 Competi-! tors In National Open . . Golf BEING FOUR SHOTS AHEAD OF THE NEXT Fred McLeod May Give the Pelham Man a Hard Rub ENGLISH ATHLETES FINISH TRAINING Ford, Who Strained His Back, Be Ready to Take Part. Will PETE HERMAN FEELS VERY CONFIDENT That Be Will Regain Bantamweight - Title in Bout With Joe Lynch. ' New York, July 22. Pete Herman, former world's bantamweight boxing ehampion, who will strive to regain that title from Joe Lynch in Brook lyn Monday night, arrived to-day from England on the steamship Orduna. The little New Orleans scrapper em barked for home immediately after he knocked out Jim Higgins, the Eng lish bantamweight champion, in the 11th round of a scheduled 20-round bout on July 11. He haa been training during tne voyage ana reported him self in good shape. He expressed him- to turn the tables on the New York bantam to' whom he lost the title last December. Swampseott, Mass., Julv 22. Their training finished, the athletes of Ox ford and Cambridge universities and of Harvard and Yale, who will meet to-morrow in an international track and field competition at the Harvard stadium, lolled on the beach or on the porch at their quarters here this morn ing. The horseplay that has marked the Englishmen' -easy mental attitude toward the tests was suspended De- cause of its possibilities of mishaps on the eve of the games. 1 Ms attemoon most of the Oxford-Cambridge team planned to attend the National league baseball games at Boston between the Pirates and Braves. Captain Kudd said to-day that J. M Ford, who strained his back in prac tice a few days ago, would probably be able to compete. , French Dictionary, The official revision of the French language, which is in the hands of the French academy, has recently made great progress, and the first volume, ending a the letter H, and forming half of the eighth edition of the dic tionary, has now been completed. Some 24,000 to 25,000 words have now been rivised since 1878, that is in 43 years. M. Doumie who presideed over the sitting of the academy at which this re sult was announced, states that it is hoped to conclude the present edition about 1964 or M years from the date at which the work began. Manchester Guardian. Washington, D. C, July 22. With Jim Barnes of Pelhai, N. Y., well out in front of a field of 78 competitors in the national open golf champion ship, play in ths final day of the 25th annual classic opened hers to-day over the course of the Columbia Country club. Barnes leads Fred McLeod of Wash ington and Charles R.. Murray, who are tied for second place, ry iour shots, and appears to be the choice for the ohamnionsnin. McLeod. nowever has been nlavinsr very fine golf and should he find a good putting streak to-dav. he is expected- to give Barnes a battle for the honor. Just back of McLeod and Murray is Robert T. Jones, the young Atlanta star, who is five strokes behind tne leaaer, witn a total of 149. Four men are tied at 150, including sGeorge Duncan of Eng land. Anv one of the seven men within striking distance of Barnes may over take the attenuated Pelham star by eood trolf to-day. The tournament ends to-day with the final 3 holes of medal play. Pre. ident Harding is expected to present the championship cup to the winner, ,111111. 0imir ADRIFT IN FOG AND HELPLESS Steamer Admiral Farragu as 6 Passengers . Aboard TWELVE OF CREW BADLY SCALDED INTEREST QUICKENED IN TENNIS CARNIVAL DIED AFTER FIGHT. "Frisco Kid" Was In Ring With Sailor Owensby At Galveston. Galveston, Texas July 22, Henry Estes, known as the "Frisco Kid", a local boxer,, died last night from in juries received in a bout here with Irvey (Sailor) Owensby of Oklahoma. A charge of negligent homicide haa been filed against Owensby. WILSON vs DOWNEY. Will Box At Cleveland On July 27 In 12-Round Bout. Cleveland. Julv 22, Tommy MeGinty, Cleveland boxing promoter, just re turned from Boston, announces that he has secured the signature of Johnny Wilson, the champUm middleweight, to box Bryan Downey in a 12-round bout here, Wednesday, July 27. The contest will be held in Dunn field. By Arrival of Australasian and Brit ish Isles Teams to Prepare for "' Challenge Round. Perfectly Healthy. "Is this son-you speak of adoles cent 1 "No; he's as healthy as any boy you ever saw. Boston transcript t 1 f I I REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. MY an The SoCOny sign is your assurance of superior quality and supreme service New York, July 22 The arrival of the Australasian and British Isles ten nis teams in this country has quick ened interest in the internatforal ten nig carnival which will lead up to the challenge round for the Davis cup at Forest Hills, Sept. 2. Ihe Australians are scheduled to meet Canada in Toronto to-day, the matches to decide the British Isles opponent in the second round. The players from the antipodes are the outstanding favorites aver the Cana dians. The British-Australian match, which will be played at Pittsburgh, Fa., on Aug. 4, 5 and 6 virtually lo' the championship ot tne JJritmn em fiire," is expected to be one of the high ights of the international court se ries. Although the famous Australian names, tsrookes and fatterson, are missing from the personnel, players of experience are included on the team, which is considered not unlikely to go through to the challenge round. Cap tain Norman Beach. Joe Anderson, L, V, Todd and J. B. Hawks compose the quartet. Beach and Todd represented Aus tralasia in the match with New Zea land last winter when the Davis cup team of the Ln.ited States visited there for the challenge round. Beach, in the opinion of the Amer ican team members, is not a formidable player. Captain fciam Hardy -of the American team saw him in action against a player of fair ability in Auckland and declared on his return home that Beach would rank about No. 50 in the United States. Joe Anderson is believed by Nor man Brookes, the tauious veteran, it hold the greatest promise among the younger players in Australia, tie is said to nlav an exttlient all-around game with more speedand power than his teammates, lit the Uavu cup chal lenee round of 1910, he defeated F. G. Lowe of England in five sets, a feat that denotes much ability. C. V. Todd is the youth who defeated Gerald Pat terson in the singles cnampionsnip or New South Wales last winter. Jack Hawks, a left -bended boy of 20, is alo brilliant, possession a purzling twist service and a ground stroke and net came which is more than fair. The Enzlish auartet, composed of Captain Maxwell Woosnam, F. G Lowe. O. O. Neville Turnbull and J. B Gilbert combines experience with youth. Lowe and Turnbull have played in many international tournament. (filbert was selected only recently to Tug Sent to Her Aid May Be Delayed By Fog ', Conditions' San Francisco, July 22. The steamer Admiral Farragut is disabled 12 miles north of San Francisco lightship, by an explosion of her main feed pipe She is helpless and sdrift in the fog, Twelve' members of the engine rooiu crew were reported severely scalded one probably fatally. The Farragul belongs to the Pacific Steamship Co. and left San Francisco for Seattle at 6:56 last night. There are 75 passengers aboard the steamer, which has a crew of 60. News of the accident to the Farragut was a wireless message received about o'clock a. m. from Captain William Hall of the Ship. ihe tug bea J-.agle was immediately sent irom nere witn pnystcians to at tend the injured men. but it is not ex pected to reach the Farragut for sev eral fliours owing to the fog. San Francisco lightship is about 2 miles north of here. Officials of the Pacific Steamshin Co. here express the belief that the ship is in no danger. CANNQT "FLOOD" , AMERICAN MARKETS German Dyestuff Manufacturer Claims Germany Is Not Turning Out Enough. replace Major Cecil Campbell. Captain woosnam, aitnougn a com parative newcomer in international play, made his mark in the uiympic competition at Antwerp last summer when, paired witn iurnmw, he won a old medal in the doubles tournament. 'reviously, he won doubles with Turn bull at Eastbourne and Hythe in 1919. He also represented Cambridge against Oxford in 1919. Woosnam is regarded as one of England's best all-around athletes. He represented Cambridge in association football and golf as well as in tennis and haa ayed for the city of Manchester snd lor Englsnd in foot ball. Lowe, who Is 37 veara of age, at tended t-smbndge and represented that university against Oxford in lOOfl. That was two years after this veteran, who learned his tennis at the Queens club and Wimbledon, nad won'hi first open tournament in doubles at Paris, paired with the late "Tony" Wilding. In 1909. Lowe went to the last eight in the English championships at Wimbledon He represented England in the Olympic Leverkursen, Germany. Julv 22 German dyestuff manufacturers' total production this year ill not exceed 60,000 tons, which will make it im possible to "flood" the markAs of Eng. and or Amenta, or even compete suc cessfully against American manufac- urers, asserts Dr. Carl Duisbersr, head of Germanr's greatest dve manufac- uring organization. Ve have recently increased our capital to 1,762,300,000 marks, which 19.000,1)00 more than our previous capital, but. this was the inevitable consequence of the tremendous depre ciation of our currencv and resultant increases in. the prices of commodi ties," he said. "It has nothing to do with intended attacks on the world market, which it has been reported we were planning.' "Labor, lif)ieultjes, shortage of eoal, the unsatisfactory traffic conditions; as far as the Rhineland is concerned, the obstacles caused by the Rhine customs barrier; all preve'nt u, in any case, from increasing our output, and leave us in a far from satisfactory position. This position is made worse by the hindrances placed in our way in many foTeigil countries." Dr. Duisherg characterized a report ed demand in some American quarters for the closing of German dyeworks because "they might be used for the manufacture of explosives and pois on gas in another war, was "utterly senseless, since German- has been de prived of the means of employing poison gases for war purposes, even if she wanted to." He added that "noi sane man in Germany think of fresh wars. "It is difficult to understand Amer ican anxiety, he continued, tor the American . industry is incomparably stronger than ours. VERMONT MAN IS MUCH SURPRISED If" I Cantillon Says Tanlac JIas Made Clean Sweep of All His Troubles "I was doubtful about Tanlac help ing me but I am convinced now," said William Cantillon, 1 Taylor street, Bellows Fslls, Vt. "Since my health broke down last fall up until the time I took Tanlac I never knew a well day. I had no appetite arid was losing weight stead ily. I was just a bundle of nerves and got to the point where I couldn't half sleep. In the morning I felt mis erable and it was all I could do to drag mvself off to work. Finally rheu matism got me in its clutches and my j leit Knee and back nun. me so had I could hardly stand it. "I never had a bigger surprise in my life than the way Xanlac made a clean sweep of my troubles. I eat three big hearty meals a day and nev er have the slightest distress after wards, sleep like a log all night long and jump out of bed in the morning feeling fine. There's no gueim work about it and I don't speak from hear- say, either. Xanlac will do the work. Tanlac is sold in Barre by Cummings Lewis; O. C. Smith, Groton; E. W. Gilman, Marshfield; E. . F. Leavitt, Plainfleldj and by the leading, drug-' gists in every town. -Adv. ere ... it TO DISPEL MYSTERY ABOUT BANKING ! American Bankers' Association Plans to Engage in Educational Scheme. ' tournament at Stockholm in 1912 and was a member of the English Davis cup team which visited Australia the same year O. (. Neville I urn rm!l won the dou bles with Woosnam, Eastburne- and Hythe in 1919 and represented England n the uavig cup matrn against t ranee at Deauville in 1919. Last year, he won the cold -medal in. doubles with Woos nam at Ihe Olympic gajnes and reached ths semi-finals in the singles, lnt sea NOYAN "CREAMERY" BURNED. Xhe Place Is Said To Have Been Well Snown To The Thirsty. Alburg. July 22 With the burning to the ground of the "creamery" at Novan. situated in Canada just across the line from here, one more refuge for the thirsty ermonters has been de stroyed. The creamery was destroyed Wednesdav mrning and the fire is thought to have been of incendiary origin Shortly after the going Into effect of the Volstead act, the "creamery becan to make ojan tamou. The discard ea niinaing was Drought into use in the shape ot" a creamery but it is said that the products of not a single cow were used. The butter. maker and others were engaged in handling things stronger than milk and in a short tim a biiKiness of tremendous size was being The ngn of s reliable dealer, Snd rte world's he Gasoline Oven wli mi a 01V mm 11 STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK 26 Broadway eon saw an additional triumph when he Je inducted. So great was the traffic that captured the double rhampfonhip of paln witn .Manuel Aionso at tan r-e bastian. sometimes teams and automobiles oe eupied all the available spare for a big distance about. A steady stream of automobiles travelled through Grand Isle nicht and day and some of the accidents which happened in Grand Isle have had their origin in the creamery a products ac cording to the islanders. While the And Not Allowed To Bs Brought Into 0" ot ytn " supposed to be BABY OF 10 K EEKS' ' CALLED 'DANGEROUS" Minneapolis, Minn., July 22. Plans f the American Bankers'1 association o dispel mystery about banking in lie public thought by taking the bank tne public school this fall were out ned to the 'American Institute of Banking here to-day by John H. Puel- icher of Milwaukee. Mr. Puelicher is chairman of the association's commit- ee On public education. By showing that they occupy a use ful place in 'society, the bankers hope to cut the foundation from under a radicalism that thrives on ignorance of the services of the banking business, he said. . Ten lecture on banking have been carefully prepared, one for eaeh month of the school vear, starting with next September," Mr. Puelicher related. "The banker nearest the school is to deliver the lectures to the seventh and eighth grades of the common Softool, to the high school and the college. He will simply refer to the outlines foP idea and background, localizing the. story, using illustrations and incidents fa miliar, to the children. "He will show them specifically what banking is, telling them about its origin and its purpose in our commer cial scheme. Then, after two or three visits, the banker will invite the school children to the bank and permit them to visualize that which ha been talked about. - "The lecture outlines have been aent to the superintendents of public in struction of all of our states and to many others in the teaching profes sion." Score of letter have been re ceived from educator approving the plan and promising active cooperation. "Many financial magazines have agreed to publish each month the lec ture to be delivered the following month. Text book publisher are plan ning to enlarge chapters on bank and hanking in the treatises on economics. School boards have agreed to endorse the work." Those white negligee shirts we have been talking about quite a bit of late have certainly made a hit. Nothing more dressy in the shirt line and the way they have been selling attests their popularity. If you haven't purchased your sup--ply, better do so today surely not lat er than to-morrow. Anyway, look 'em over. . . Gosed Monday Evening at 5:30. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. CITWJMgMazjJs YUCATAN CHOSEN As , Headquarters for All Communist Propaganda in Latin-America. t Mexico City, July 22. The state of lucatan haa been selected by the com munist congress ss headquarters for all communist propaganda in Latin-Amer ica, according to word received by the labor leaders here from the Mexican delegation to the recent Moscow as sembly, who now are in Berlin. Could Count on That. "I ay, mother," said young Tomp kins, "I think 111 draw out the money uncle Dick left me and take a tri across the pond." "But, dear," she protested, "yotfc were to save that for a rainy day." 1 "Well, I'm going to London and IH be sure to find a rainy day there,"- Boston iransenpt. Green Though Black, A southern family, having lost theif maid, pressed into service a colored girl who had been doing outside work! They first taught her to use the carpel sweeper. Next morning she cheerfulli asked, "Miss Jane, shall I lawnmowe de parlor gain to-day ?" Boston Tran script. . INTERNATIONAL MASONIC CLUB Has Been Formed la. at Sioux City, Germany Because Born In Vienna And Might Become Communist. Berlin, July 22, Fearing that he Blight become a communist because he was horn in ienna, the .ponce of Mu nich have refused to permit a chubby little baby boy, ten week old, to enter Germanv. The little fellow wa. adopted br a childless couple, residents of Munich, after thev searched for several month in Berlin and many other cities of con t mental Europe for a baby that ful filled their requirements. Arriving at Munich with their new treasure, the couple were told that, the polic re carded him as "a danrerous and burden some foreigner. ho in twenty years f USO FOf OVCf 30 G3kT mini prom .niunrr rvun tisner. flourish with but littles interruption. Betwixt. Elsie Did you accent either of the men who proposed to you last night? Yisv o; lamer would at let me. Whv? He said he didn't know anvthinv about Mr. Trueloe and he knew too much about Mr. Twolove. London Answer. CASTOR I A For Iaiants &nd Children INVITED TO PLAY. Always bears the Signature of AjBericaa Polo Winners st HurUngham. England, May Particrfste. w July 22. The America Ml teass. waif 'h woa the irternattona! nip from freat Britain at Hurhngham. Kng'aDd. ts bees latited to eoirpett rat tfce runes to be held at the Point Jod th Pok riub. NarrsranU pr J.bode Island, A eg 1 te U r"'"ir FOR az: CONSTIPATION BEECHAM'S v PILLS Sioux City, Ia.r July 22. A new in ternational Masonic cfub has been born in Sioux City. It is known as the High Twelve International. E. C. Wolcott i president and Williiam M. Morheiser is secretary. Headquarters ef the new or ganizstion srs to be maintained in Sioux City. ' The High Twelve International was rreated by a special committee of the Sioux City High Twelve club. The pur pose ot the club is to give the same op portunity to the younger Masons as the Rotary, tne Kiwanis and the Lion Luncheon clubs, although membership in the club Is limited to Mason. Secretary Morheifer sav, "The pur pose of the international is to unite ail member of Masonry in the happy bond of a social hour, and that there by they may inform themselvea in the truths of Masonry, to inspire, encour- sge and expand hose virtue which will aid in the upholding of the prin ciples of good government, in the ad vanne ot education, in the upbuilding of it membership, in honorable and urcefnl living and in the promotion of ocial fellowship." ' Membership in the international will be limited to cltie having two or more blue lodges and a population of 2.5.000 and upward, and will be for roup of Dusiness, proiesaionai ana industrial men organised in local high twelve clubs. The number of charter memberi required to organize a local High Twelve club will be determined by tht international, and will be based upon the various factor of the perticu' city where the club is to be organised Membership in the local eub will con sist only of those men who hare three or more iJegree in Maonry and are in food standing at the time appli cation ia made. Mr. Morbeier eaidj that while the club is not Sn official' Masonic organiratioB yet, it t BOuidoSr 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. Telephone 98 M0NTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 "For Your Electric Wants" e.TJ.? . . 1 poed ot men wno are uounq together j bv the ties of Masonry. Our Entire Stock of Shoes. Have Been Placed on Sale Every pair must be disposed of at some price to make room for our Fall Shoes which are arriving every day. We have made special reduc tions on all Shoes for- Saturd.ay. Join the crowds that are attend ing our big mark down Shoe Sale. Shea's Shoe Store M TBE OSTEEIXSLAKD SUNK. Former German Battleship Sent Dowt fey 2,000-Pound Bomb. Norfolk. Va July 22. The farmer German-battleship Ost fries land, bad- irM bv- I.OOO-pound bomb dropped from army bombing planes, sack at It Ai yesterdiy afTraon Her death Mow w giiea here by two i,9 jun4 bombs. 4 Tanlac Sold by The Barre Dru Co., New Park Theatre Bid. E. A. Drown, 4S North Main Street. $1.00 per bottle