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THE BAERE DAILY TIMES, BARliE, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 28, , 1021.
TRIPLE PLAY- BASES FULL Snappy Performance gt. Louis Broke Off Rally By BY PHILADELPHIA " AT CRUCIAL TIME Hornsby, Torporcer and Fournier Executed the Quick Play A GOOD MEDICINE FOR LOSS OF APPETITE General debility and that tired feeling it Hood' Sarsa'parilla. This highly con centrated, economical medicine is a great favorita in thousands of homei. It i peculiarly successful in purify ing and revitalizing the blood, promot ing digestion, restoring animation, and building up tha whole system. Get this dependable medicine to-day and begin taking it at once. If you need a laxative take Hood's Pills. You will surely like them. Adv. WILSON SENT TO THE FLOOR Ken- Tork, July 28. A triple play was performed by the St. Louis . Na tionals against Philadelphia yesterday and snuffed out a batting rally with the bases full. Rapp of Philadelphia sent a line drive to shortstop Hornsby, who threw to the bespectacled Torpor cer, who touched second base, doubling Petera. A quick throw to first base-j man Fournier beat Winters' return i dash for the bag. A substitute player figured largely In the defeat of the Jvew York Amer leans. McManua, who replaced Sisler at first base, hit a homer, triple and two aingles, sending in four of the St. Louis runs. Emil Meusel played his first game with the New York Nationals since his transfer from the Philadelphia team. The new outfielder caught one fly, made a single, walked once and participated in a double steal that scored a run. Ross Young of the Giants hit a triple, double and two singles in four times at bat. Two men were knocked unconscious by thrown balls during practice. Ray Sehmandt of Brooklyn was hit in the head by a pitched ball and will be out of the game several days. Manager McBride of Washington also was struck on the head by a ball thrown by a Senator outfielder. HOLE-IN-ONE HONOR MAN. Dr. George D. Stewart Did It with Mashie Pitch Shot. New York, July 28. Dr. George D. Stewart of this city is the latest golf er to qualify for the hole-in-one, club. Playing over the VVestbrook Golf club course, Dr. Stewart made a 1 1 RASH ON HEAD Scratched and Irritated Scalp. Hair Fell Out, Cuticura Heals. "My head broke out in raab caused by getting overheated, and itched and burned so that I scratched and irritated f Jf"A my scalp. The hair on lac top oi my neaa ten out, and my rest waa bothered at night by the Itching. y "I began using Cuti- cura Soap and Ointment and in two or three days my scalp began to feel better, and after using one cake of Soap and one box of Ointment I was healed." (Signed) Mrs. Oscar Spink. R. F. D. 1, Pas coag, R. I., June 28, 1920. Improve your skin by daily use of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum. They are ideal. S.mpl.IbfrttbT Mill A4dr "OltbmUh rtWNM. D.p I. UtlUM it, Mmi " Sold r?. whrf So.p Ointn..t 36 .nd fiOe. Talawaita. rUticura Soap without mug. Three Times in One Round Downey Knocked Big ger Man Iown REFEREE DECLARES WILSON WAS FOULED But Fight Fans Assert Downey Was Winner of Bout FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS At COLUMBIA a Pew Despite Sweltering Weather Candidates Turned Out. New York, July 28. The sweltering temperature yesterday failed to stop a squad of Columbia university students from engaging' in their first football practice for the 1021 season. Coach "Buck" OJSeill had a few of his charges out on south field for an hours practice. in the fourth hole with a grand mashie. nitrh shot. The hoi measures l.Sft! pitch shot. yards, Evidently Not. Bess Somebody passed a counterfeit dime on Bob a year aco. and he hasn't. one I been able to get rid of it since. Maiden Aunt (horrified) What! 155 Does that young man never go to church, then! St Paul Dispatch. Cleveland, 0., July 28. The middle weight, boxing championship of the world is in dispute. According to the Cleveland bojlng commission and aports writers who were at the ringside, the title belongs to Bryan Downey of Cleveland, he hav ing acquired it by a knockout over Johnny Wilson of Boston in the sev enth round of a scheduled 12-rbund no decision contest here last night. But Jimmy Gardner of Lowell, Mass., former welterweight boxer, who ref ereed the match, declares Wilson re tains the championship because Downey fouled Wilson. Wilson was knocked down three times in the final round. The round was just one minute and six seconds old when Downey sent Wilson down with a right to the jaw and a left to the chin. Wilson was on one knee when Gardner slowly counted nine. Whether he counted ten is disputed. Official Timekeeper Artie Foots of the boxing commission said he heard Gardner count the fatal second, and that his watch showed Wilson hsd been down 13 4-fi seconds. After Wilson regained his feet, Dow ney hammered him to the floor again and Gardner counted nine. According to Foote 11 seconds elapsed before Wil son staggered to his feet snd, almost helpless, grabbed the ropes. Downey again showered him with rights and lefts and Martey Killilea, Wilson's manager, jumped to the plat form and placed his hands on Wilson who was sagging to the mat for the third time. After counting seven, Gardner Kite Cigarette It's Toasted GREEK LEADER" IS BOASTFUL Gen. Papoulas Says He Has Turned Tables on Mustapha Kemal WILL COMPLETELY WIPE OUT ARMY r Your Orud Coal Burn Oil Nokol Fits Any Furnace End. Quit gewy With stopped the bout saying Downey had hit Wilson while he was down. Holders of ringside seats did not see the blow struck. The majority of spec tators thought the contest had been stopped because Wilson had been couiited out. A near riot followed. A local referee had been named by the boxing commission to act as third man, but v ilson declared he would not enter the ring unless Gardner ofri dated. Although the men boxed at catch weights, Downey weighed 154 pounds in the afternoon in the presence of an official of the boxing commission, ac cording to his manager, Jimmy Dunn He entered the ring weighing not more than 155 pounds, Dunn said. Wilsons weight was said to be about 172 pounds. Downey was born in Columbus, 0 Sept. 7, 1808, and began hia ring career Feb. 2, 11)14, as a featherweight. He has been in about 110 contests, 20 of which Tie won by knockouts, and only twice has a referee s decision been giv en against him. Once was in Boston, in J91S, when he lost to Jack Britton while Ted Lewis was champion welter weight and Jock Malone gained a de cision over bim in Columbus. COMPENSATION "CAN NOT BE DOWNED" The American Legion Served Notice on President Harding and Mem bers of Cabinet. A Typical Steam Installation Protected by Doble-Detroii Patents Wsshington, D. C, July 2S The American Legion served notice on Pres ident Harding yesterday that the cam paign for adjusted compensation for veterans "cannot be downed, the mes sage being delivered in person bv Gil bert Bettman, chairman of the nations egislative committee of the orgamza tion. Later, Mr. Bettman handed a declare tion of similar import to Secretaries Mellon and Hoover and Attorney Gen eral Daugherty and issued a statement which he said contained the substance of what he said to the president and the three cabinet members. It asserted that the history of the legislation showed both houses in favor of it, vet "the president of the Lnited States fol lowed the unusual procedure of appear ing before the Senate to ask them far a deferment of the passage of the ad justed compensation bill. "It is our purpose to show the ad ministration, the statement added "that the demand for an adjustment of compensation will not and cannot be downed. It is based on simple jus tice. The American Legion urges the president and his administration not to stand in the wsy of the early passage by congress of this measure. DOWN TO SEMI-FINALS. Has Already Reduced the Turkish Army 40 Per Cent " Smyrna, July 28 (Br the Associated Press). The utmost confidence in his ability to drive the Turkish forces from Asia Minor was expressed by General Papoulas, Greek commander in chief of the Smvrna front, to the Associated Press correspondent Monday. "We are not going to let up on Mustapha Kemal Pasha (leader of the Turkish Xationalists) until .we have so completely dissolved his forces that he will never again be able to put an army in the field," he said. "If it is neces sary, we win go to Angora 10 accom- lish this. Mustapha Kemal has always oasted that he would capture me, but I have turned the tables and finished him already. We have reduced the men and the guns in his army nearly 40 per cent and the rest will be easy." TO EVACUATE ISMID. Turkish Nationalists Will Give Up the Peninsula. London, July 28. (By the Associsted Press) The Turkish Nationalists have decided to evacuate the Ismid penin sula, says an Exchange Telegraph die patch from Constantinople to-day, ow ing to the Greek advance in the direc tion of Adaba.ar at the base of the pennisal, which lies to the east of Constantinople between the Sea of Marmora and the Black sea. Your Parent and Grandparent as a rule, believed in doctoring with nature's remedy, the life giving ex tracts of leaves, roots and herbs, and Ton must admit that a very large ma jority of them lived to a ripe old ages the same treatment that kept them so well and vigorous will keep you the same. SEVEN BARKS is made from the extracts of several different kinds of leaves, roots and herbs, and has for nearly 50 years been recognized as the most reliable remedy , for correcting and preventing disturbances of the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Get the stomach and bowels working right and most other ailments will vanish. SEVEN BARKS restores a healthy, natural bowel action, in most cases it promotes appetite, and quickly puts the digestive organs in shape to as similate food. It also acts on the liver and kidneys, failure of these to act properly allows the whole body to be poisoned, and brings about other com plications. The principal cause of backaches Is the kidneys when they don't perform their duty, and if not flushed and the poisons thrown off, serious trouble will happen, SEVEN BARKS will not only relieve kidney troubles, but keeps your stomaoh in good condition and your liver active. Ask your druggist for SEVEN BARKS. If he does not have it he will get for you. Adv. Accept and Except. He My dear Miss Grabbeigh, I wishi to propose!- She Oh, my dear Mr. Caslnn, I will accept you He But I did not mean to pro pose marriage. She I meant, of course, that I would except you from my list of eligi ble. Boston Transcript. 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Main St., Barre, Vt. Tennis Singles for the Longwood Chal lenge BowL Boston, July 28. The tennis singles tournament tor the Longwood chal lenge bowl was in the semi-final round to-day. R. V Williams, 2d, of Boston and Wallace I. Bates of I'niversity of California, and Zenzo Shimidzu' of Japan and Wallace F. Johnson of Phil adelphia being paired. Play in the doubles tournament had reached the third round. Phil Xeer of Leland Stanford university, intercolle giate champion, who collapsed after his match with Bates yesterday, was or dered by his physician to default his match in the doubles. WELL KNOWN SPORTING MAN. at Frank W. Kelly Died of Heart Disease at Cincinnati. Cincinnati. July 28. Frank W. Kelly, 61 years old. widely known sportsmsn and politician, was found dead yesterday in his bedroom at his home on the Woofer Pike. Plainville, O., where he had conducted a country inn for several years. His desth was due to heart disease, from which he had been a sufferer in recent yesrs. Kellv for yesrs wis manager of Nor man Selbr (Kid MVyi. He also managed "Denver Ed" Smith, at one time contender for the heavyweight title. He Ever Returns to the Throne of Hungary Has Been Signed. Vienna, July 28. A treaty providing for a declaration of war on Hungary n the event Emperor Charles returns o the Hungarian throne has been iirned bv Rumania. Jucro-Slavia and Czecho-Slovakia, according to dis patches from Belgrade. ine engagement oi ArcnauKe ai- brecht of Austria and the eldest daugh tcr of Admiral Horthy of Austria will be announced shortly. The Mittag Am Zeitung says reports of the be trothal are authentic despite many pre vious denials. This, the newspaper declares, ac counts for Admiral Horthv's opposi tion last April to the return of Em peror Charles to the Austrian throne, as he preferred to accept the possibil ity of seeing hia daughter become queen. Kindergarten. I he young man on vacation was proudly exhibiting his afternoon catch. One young woman remarked demurely: "Fish go in schools, do they not?" "I believe they do," he replied, "but why do you as 7" "Oh, nothing; only I was just think ing that you must have broken up an infant class. Boston Transcript. Experienced. "There ia one reason why a weather man should make a good living." "What is it?" "He is always able to raise the wind in some quarter." Baltimore American. Beats All Yes, it beats all how this warm weather gives attention to under clothes. The cleanly fellow some people may call him "the fussy fellow" finds it necessary to change his B. V. D.'s, or what ever make he is wearing, twice and on the very warmest days, three times. 0 Therefore, the f r.ssy felbw needs an ample supply. And, do you know, the fussy fel low, with nice, clean, crisp, cool un dergarments is the most comfortable fellow imagineable. Speaking about undergarments, come in and let us show you. Closed Monday Evening at 5:30. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St Tel. 275-M. Lhsshbsh HEAT CLOSED MILLS. rv n -ssi n Automatic Oil Heating Vermont 137 Main St. -Heating Co. Burlington, VL Weensocket Had One of Its Hottest v Days. Woonsocket, R. I., July 27. The sec end day of the hottest wave in Woon socket this summer to-day forred the closicg of several of the textile mills for the entire day. The larger mills to cloee were the DVsurment and French Worsted companies' mills. ST. J . A L. C 12.924,1 :o. Tentative Valuation of Vermont Rail road is Made. Washing on. p. C, July 27 Tenta tive valuation of the St. John?bury ft Lake Champlain (Vermont! railroad a (lied br the irterva:e mmmerre commit mod at !.,!?. i'jn. Joys ef Tragedy. P:tt Whirh do tou prefer, tweedy i er traredT I Stall That depends. Comedr, jf the ' actor are up to thir pars; otherwise. tragedy. There is tn tn-xh solid com-' frt in ffitj them ki'liag ea-h tbr off. Answer. VERMONT AUTOMOBILE REGISTER FOR 1921 Will be ready for distribution Aug. 1 This book contains nearly 33,000 registra 'tions dealers, motor cycles and re-registrations up to July 1, 1921. Each registration shows license plate number, maker of car, horse power, maker's number, name and ad dress of owner. A valuable book for car owners. PRICE - 50 cents This is in accordance with provisions of Sec 5 of No. 140 of the Act3 of 1921. A copy will be mailed to any address upon receipt of that amount. Remittance must be made by check, money order or cur rency. Postage stamps will not be accepted. Harry A. Black, Secretary of SUtf, Montjwlier. VL The Daily Newspaper is an Instant Force 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. 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