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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1921.
CHINA SENDS HER DELEGATES They Left Peking -Today on Their Way to Washington FOREIGN MINISTER YEN NOT WITH T&EM MEDICINAL ROOTS, HERBS, BARKS AND BERRIES And other alteratives, tonic and health-giving ingredients that uro rec ommended in the beat medical books, are combined in Hood's Saraaparilla. It builds up the blood, improve the ap petite, invigorates the digestion, tone the stomach and gives nerve strength no as to promote permanent good health. Has merited and held the praise of three generations. You should give it a trial. As gentle, thorough cathartic many recommend Hood's Pills. Adv. He Will Follow If Shan tung Matter Is Cleared Up reking, Sept. 20 (By the Associated Tress). China' delegation to the con ference on limitation of armaments and far eastern questions left this city for Shanghai to-day on its 'wayto Washington intending to make Hhe voyage across the Pacific on the steam er Hawkeye Stat. Dr. W. W. Yen, for eign minister, who was expected to be : chief of the delegation, did not leave ( to-cfay, but it was said he would fol low, provided China's Shantung policy was determined and ; initiated soon enough for him to reach the American ' capital for the opening of the confer- DC- ... . -Li ! t tw v .1.01, M find it lmnossible to go to Washington, Jt is probable . that Dr. Wang Chung-Hui, president of the civil and criminal law codification commission, and a jurist of interna tional repute, will be chief of the Chi nese representatives. Tour prominent Chinese diplomats were members of the party which left to-day. They were Chow Tsechi, former minister of fi nance and one time secretary of the Chinese legation in Washington; Wang Ta-Shieh,. leader of the progressive party and former minister of foreign affairs, and Dr. M. T. Liang, former minister of foreign affairs and a prom inent diplomat during the latter years of the Manchu dynasty. . The remainder of the party consist ed of 22 technical experts, 19 secre taries, 19 attaches, 17 translators and several foreign advisers. No Fire Sale. . ' "So Maude broke her engagement with Jack because the doctor said he had a tobacco heart." "Yes, and I dont blame her. Who wants a husband that's damaged by bioke?" Detroit Free Press. SUFFERED WITH ITCHMA In Pimples For Almost 7 Years. Cuiicura Heals. "I suffered terribly with eczema for almost seven years. It broke out in little pimples. My head itched and burned so that I had to have some of my hair cut off, and my ears were a sight. I could not put ray hands in water or do any work. "Seeing Cuticura Soap and Oint ment advertised I sent for a free sam ple. I bought more, and after I had used five cakes of Cuticura Soap and five boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was completely healed, in five weeks." (Signed) Miss Lois G. Reynolds, Dennysville, Maine. ' Rely on Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum to care for your skin. Sunjjl. Itch rrw by Hill AddrMn:"Cttlenlh rttorlu. Dapt H, M14u , Mmi." Sold rverr-' wh.r.. Soap 2to. Ointmant 26 and Wa. T&leum 26e. .uticura aoap nam without mug. EIGHT LEFT IN 3D ROUND Jack Hutchison, British Open Champion, Eliminated GENE SARAZEN "WONDER WORKER" PRIMED FOR MATHEWSON DAY. McGraw's Giants Are Anxious to Win from Braves. ew York, Sept. 20. Manager Mc Graw and his New York Giants would like nothing better than to clinch the National league pennant by defeating the Boston Braves at the Christy Mathewson testimonial game at the Polo grounds to-morrow. , It would please the "Big Six," who helped the club win championships of other daya and it would give the players more rest in preparation for the world's se ries next month. Mathewson, still the idol of thou sands of baseball fans, is slowly recov ering from tuberculosis at Saranac Lake, N. Y. ' Conquered Hutchison By , 8 Up and 7 to , ' . ; . Play New York! Sept, 29. The field in the prpfessional golfers' championship tour nament had been reduced to eight when play in the third round opened at the Inwood Country club to-day. " With Jock Hutchison ' of Chicago, British open champion, and holder of the 1920 American professional title, eliminated, much of the interest in the iournamnnt has been centered in the progress of Gene Sarazen of Titusville, Pa., Hutchison's conqueror. Sarazen, who beat Hutchison 8 up and 7 to play yesterday, was matched to-day with Cyril Walker of Knglewood, N. J. "The other matches were between Jim Barnes, American open champion, and Frank McLeod of Washington) Walter Hagen, western open champion, and John Golden of Tuxedo, N. Y., and George McLean of Bronxville and Em met French of Youngstown, O. SEASON PROLIFIC OF HOME RUNS Are You Running Down and gradually losing your strength and vitality? Is your blood getting thin, and are you becoming nervous, and when you get up in the morning are you as tired as when you went to bedt These are syii.,')toms of neurasthenia, and dtrnged stomach. The frequent caimes of this condition are overwork and worry. First of all you must set your stom ach to rights, and correct the serious disturbances, such as indigestion, con stipation, and at the same time flush the kidneys and make the liver active. To accomplish this result you cannot take a more reliable and better remedy than the good old standby SEVEN BARKS made from 'the extracts' of roots and herbs. It has been recog nized as a standard remedy for stom ach, kidney and liver troubles for near ly 50 years. There is hardly a family but what some member is more or less fre quently troubled with biliousness, in digestion, liver or kidney trouble. If you have never tried SEVEN BARKS do not fail to do so, and wateh the wonderful results. - Get at the root of all stomach trou bles by driving all poisons out of your system for good. You can do tbn by taking nature's remedy, SEVEN BARKS. One bottle a a small cost will prove its value. Ask your nearest druggist for it to-day. Adv. AMERICAN lEAGtlE. Boston 5, Philadelphia 4. No other games scheduled. American League Standing;. To Date There Have Been 924 in National and American Leagues. New York, Sept. 20. With only a few major league games to be played the season's record of home runs in the National and American leagues is close to 300 more circuit clouts than were made in' 1920. The present year's .total to date for both leafeucs is 024 homers against 631 made (Wiring last year's entire sea son. . '';.. American league players so far this year have walloped the ball for 470 home runs againi-t "70 last year and in the National 1 i; 454 have been hit to date as cui,arcd with 261 in 1020. Won. Lost. Pet. New York ......... 64 55 .631 Cleveland 3 57 .620 St. Louis . . 79 ' 73 .820 Washington ... "6 72 .513 Boston ... 74 75 .407 Boston ...,.i 73 . 75 .493 Detroit 71 80 .470 Chicago 59 . 91 .393 Philadelphia .53 98 .350 NEW YORK NOT AT ALL SURE Goes Up Against Danger , bus Possibilities in the ' Next Four Games ATHLETICS LIKELY TO PROVE HARD While Red Sox Will. Fight Hard for the Final ';; . -. Game NATIONAL LEAGUE. Brooklyn '9, Boston R, Chicago 3, Cincinnati I. No other games scheduled. Won. Lost. Pet. New York ......... 93 57 .620 Pittsburg .... 89 60 ...07 St. Louis .. 84 65 .564 Boston 79 73 .520 Brooklyn 75 75 .500 Cincinnati .,... 81 .400 Chicago 62 88 .413 Philadelphia ........ 50 102 ,.329 Opposing Powers. Gray Does Brown understand the purchasing power of a dollar? White Yes, what troubles him most is the purchasing power of his wife. htray Mories. This - t J J mm mm mm mm ilai mm mi fri m m mw m n is 3T V tudeboker Year For. the first eight months of 1921, aS Our sales cf Studebaker Cars were: 41 MOREthan for the same period of 1920. 101 MORE than for the same period of 1919. But our sales of Repair Parts were: 13 LESS than for the same period-of 1920. .3 LESS than for the same period of 1919. While the total numbers of Studebaker Cars sold were:. ' , t mia 326,000 up to September 1 st, 1 91 9. 375,000 up to September 1 st, 1 920. 442,000 up to September 1st, 1921. Summing up 116,000 more Studebaker Cars were maintained in operation with 3 less parts business than two years ago, which conclusively proves that Studebaker Cars are standing up in service -and staying out of repair shops, to a degree, unex celled, we believe, by any cars of whatever : price. , The Studebaker Corporation of America. i- A. R. ERSKINE, reiVenf NEW PRICES OF STUDEBAKER CARS . . fmtlorU; cTecfie 5afmfcr ith. tilt Cm pes mnd SJnt New York, Sept. 29. The Philadel phia Athletics may be in last place in the American league but they can boast of a "Babe Ruth" in outfielder C, Walker, whose total home runs to day number 23 for the season. Walker is adding to his string with such regularity that the New Y'ork Yankees will watch him closely in their three-game series with the Ath letics, which begins in Philadelphia to-day. Should Cleveland, which to-day started a four-frame series with the White Sox, make a clean sweep the Yankees must win three out of four to retain their first place position. The fourth game on the Yanks' schedule is with the Bed Sox at the Polo grounds Sunday, Beside Walker, the New York team has pitcher Ed Rommel to worry about. This AthU tie twirler has proven almost as much of a jinx to the locals as has Pitcher Urban Shocker of the Browns, who shut them out Tuesday. Rommel likely will get into the game against New York be fore the end of the week, if not to day. Cleveland alo is faced with the probability that both Faber and Kerr, crack Chicago pitchers, will oppose them in two of their four games. The Yankees left for Philadelphia confident they will overcome any ob stacle that Manager Connie Mack and bis team may put 1ft their way. Man ager Huggins is expected to rely on Hoyt, Shawkey and Mays to da the pitching against the Athletics j this week. .Walker, wbojnade his 23d home run yesterday in a game won by Boston, 5 to 4, was one of four circuit swat ters, although only three game were played in the majors. Olson and Reuther of Brooklyn each made one in their club's jictory over, the Boston Braves, and' Pratt, Red Sox, hit one. Wheat of Brooklyn obtained a per fect batting average with three hits, one a triple. Southworth, Boston Braves, hit two triples in three times up and his fellow townsman, Pratt, Red Sox, hit safely in four trips to to the plate, INDIANS TO FIGHT IN CLOSING SERIES YEAST BEST WHEN TAKEN WITH IRON If Weak, Thin or Rundown Try This New Treatment in Tablet Form Watch the Quick Results. Everyone has heard of the apparent wonders performed by yeast in restor ing thin, sickly and run-down people to health. And now it is found that even more surprising results are brought when yeast is taken with iron, the great blood-builder. People who for years were weak, pale, anaemic, and all run-down are regain ing their strength and health almost as if by magta through this remark ably effective combination of tonics. And the best of it is that you. can take it in pleasant tablet form no need to eat yeast cakes, which ar so disagreeable to many. The preparation in which these two great health builders have been com bined is known as Ironised Yeast. This contains highly concentrated brewer's yeast which is far more effective than ordinary baker's yeast because it is richer in vitamines. Vitamines, as we all know, is the mysterious element which science has found to be so ab solutely essential to health. Due to modern methods of food preparation vitamines are lacking in most of our commonest foods and that is why so many of us become sickly and run down. If you are suffering from loss of strength, if you frequently become ex hausted, if your food has no taste for you, or if you are irritable, thin, pale, nervous, or generally run-down, then try this remarkable new tonic Ironized Yeast will in most esses bring a decided improvement within three days. It will usually clear up sallow or muddy complexions within ten days. From everywhere come en thusiastic reports of what it is doing for people. It is jiacked in patented Sani-tape packages and will keep indefinitely. Its cost is no more per dose than common yeast. Each package contains 10 days' treatment and costs only $1.00 or just 10c a day. Special directions for children In each package. Made toy tne Ironized Yeast Co., Atlanta, Ga. Adv. - Your -Comfort Will be enhanced these cool morn ings and evenings if you will wear one of the comfortable Sweaters we are showing these days. If you are driving then the sweater is especially needed. ' " x ' . When we say to you that the sweat ers we are showing are the best gar ments of the kind we7 have ever had in the store we are stating a fact that pleases us and will surely please you when you own one. ' .. j . 1 flTr""' $5.00 to $8.50 Gosed Monday Evening at 5:30. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers, (floNizep veasr Tablets HJCHty CONCENTRATE!) VfTAMuVC TONIC Four Straight They Must Have from Chicago to Be Possible Winner. rTiiracm. Rent' 2!). Preliminaries to h 1-1 world's series to-dsr reaclwd the semi-final stage when Tris Speak er led bis playing-tnrougn cnampiou ship Cleveland club into a paramount four-game series with the seventh place Chicago White Sox. Mixed with the Indians' determina tion tf main ft four in a row from their lowly opponents, despite Red Fa- her and Die nerr, two 01 xne league best hurlers, neeesarily was prayer inr thm lp.Hinir Kew York Yankees to falter in at least one of their remain ing quartet of games, to permit tlie Clevelariders to contest with the Na tional league victors for baseball's pie- mier honors. Tn-Jav was Kerr dav at Comisker park and with the diminutive mound man to be showered with gifts and thrtiis.mln of bis admirers to be on hand, it was regarded as probable that ha vniilil rni'nt nut to turn tfttck the fighting Indians. The pitcher had not been announced inn morning, ngwtrer, and it was regarded as possible Fsber would be tne clioice. There was ns indication as to who ould pitch for Cleveland. Tlu lr dawned cloudv and humid. with a forecast for showers by after noon. ' Touring Cmrt tmd JRomJitn: Ltfrtt-Six J-Pas. Roadsts Liht-Sis Taurine Car SfMcial-SiS 2-Pasa. Roadster. Special-Six Tourinf Car Spcial-Six 4-Pas. Roadster.. 2S 1130 155 1S3S ms IMS Lirht-Sis 2-pass. Coupo-Rooxtor Light -Si 5-pos. Sedan Special-Six 4-paaa. Coupe Special-Si S-f SoUn Bif-Si 4-paaa. Coupe Bif-Sut 7-passw Sun- . usa . 2450 2S50 2SSO . 2350 ALL STUDEB AKE& CMS At E EQUIPPED VITB CORD THE NYE MOTOR CO. Inc. 266 North Main St., Barre, Vt. Knights of Pythias Appointments. Melvin O. Morse, grand chancellor of the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias, domain of Vermont, has an nounced the appointment of the follow ing standing committees and district deputies: Judiciary. Will L. Davis, of Rutlsnd, C. L. 6rton of St. Albans and Homer C. Ladd of Barre: finance. C. M. Willey of Barre, C. V. Willey of Orleans and H. K. MacDonald of Bel lows Falls; credentials and returns, George C. Brew of Burlington, E. K. Campbell of Waterbury and K. K. Blake of Island Pond; mileage, W. H. Duthie of Barre. E. C. Pi kin of Marsh field. L. A. Kelty of Montpelier; ne rrology and fraternal review, Vernon V. Rand of Hardwick, Brian Brown of Danville, K. E. Holmes of Johnson; district deputy for districts one and four, W. H. f upper, Burlington; two, Vernon W. Rand. Hard wick; three, J. A. Bates, Orlesns; five, V. B. Tire hurst. t. Jobnsburv; six, Y. H. Du thie, Barre; seven. R. K. Mitchell. Rut lsnd; eight, C. E. Dowlin, Bellows Falls. It Brings Results "Remember to order your want and classified advts for next Sunday's Globe today. The Globe is the great classified medium of New England. Read the Globe every day. Make the Globe your Boston newspaper. Order the Boston Daily and Sunday Globe regularly from your newsdearler cr newsboy. WALTER HUBBARD SELLS PAPER. Former Brattleboro Man Disposes of Interest in Beverly Times. Brattleboro, Sept. 29. Walter E. Hubbard of Beverly, Mass., editor and publisher of the Beverly Evening Times, announced yesterday the sale of a controlling interest in ine nines th.vlL.lim.t Cn in Thomas Leavitt if Boston. Mr. Hubbard formerly was o wrier of The Vermont Phoenix and was a member of the Brattleboro Daily Reformer, the company publish- ing botn i ne neionner uu i ho " ..; 1T nld hi interest in the Brat tleboro Publishing Co., to his partners three rears ago, ana iwo j " bought" a controlling interest in the Times Publishing Co. iit, ur Hnhhard was here a few days ago he saaml thst he had received (t... Th Times at a nrioe con siderably in advance of what he paid for it, but was ratner mcimcu uuv w accept. - Accident Is Right. A business man relates the following tor.y!. .. . , x c.i.-.i I visitea tne out iirra iu cwmmu n MiatAm tmr vsr. and when Ulk'ing with the old Scotchman who had been a part of the farm or ganization sinee my boyhood days, I noted inai ne w vi. fur can with the heavy ear flaps which he had alwavs worn in winter time. " 'Where is your cap, bandy r i asked. . can. mon. why 1 ha na wore u since the accident. " 'Accident,' I said. 1 had not heard of any accident.' m til. it vm m vhan WW!rmr came over an' we were oot tagiether, .. i i a. l - j.: i. i an ne aswea me w " I didna hear him roresignt. 1 WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stanley and Miss Emily Calef have returned from an auto trip to Boston and vicinity. Mrs Ward Jones and two children of Rochester are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Calef. Rev B. J. Lehigh of Barre is to speak in the Baptist church every Sunday afternoon for the present. Miss Nettie Smith and young lady i t Mnntnelinr visited her Oar- Mr. and Mrs. E. G. bmith, sever al days last week t u r Trfin. wno nas oeen ACT. ' ' . , , . preaching in the Baptist church this ...t fflnaed his . worK Here last, r ... i ... v-. , Sunday and left for Hamilton, N Y., where' he will re-enter the Colgate university and resume his studies. Miss Ethel Edgerton of Newton Center, Mass., is visiting her uncle, V. W. Curtis, and other relatives in town. Mr. and Mr. Don Fellows from Cory don, N IL, have been visiting friends in town. ' Cyrus Metcalf, who has been the buttermaker at the Washington cream ery for the past year and a half, has resigned to accept a similar position with the Greensboro creamery. His resignation takes affect Octoler 24. Mr. and Mrs. Jennesson fom Natiek, Mass., have been visiting at J. F. Calefs. Rev. C. A. Simmons, pastor of the Universalist church in Washington will preath a sermon next Sunday morning upon- the subject, "The Best Book," and cordial welcome awaits all who come to this service. The Sunday school sessions will be resumed and a large attendance is desired. Muscular Christianity. Among the passengers thst were crossing the lake in a storm were two ministers. - When matters beosme most critical a woman cried out: "The two ministers must pray!" The Scottish boatman looked! at the two clerics a moment and then aaid "Na, na, the little ane can pray if he likes, but the big ane maun tak' an oar." Everybody's Magazine. WALTER COX BETTER. I Race Horse Driver Seriously 111 Yester day of Indigestion. Columbus, Sept. 2, The condition of Walter Cox race horse driver, who was taken seriously ill of acute in- ! digestion yesterday, was reported improved at a local hospital to-day. Four events on to-day's grand i cirniiit rrntTum include the 2:08 imce. t purse $1000; the 2:18 trot, pursi $ 1000; the Western Horseman futurity for three vear old pacers, purse $2,000, and the Arch City stake of $3,000 foi 1: 10 narera. " . ! To-mnrrow'a Drooranl will concludt the .local ineet. r. VJ . h ACIDS IN STOMACH CAUSE INDIGESTION Create Gas, Sourness and Pain How To Treat, Medical authorities state that. nearly nine-tenths of the cases of stomach trouble, indigestion, sourness, burning, gas, bioating, nausea, etc., are due ts an excess of hydrochloric acid in th j stomach and not as some believe to s "j lack of digestive juices. The delicatl Ktoroach lining ia irritated, digestion il delayed and food sours, causing th disagreeable symptoms W'hich ever stomach sufferer knows so well. ' Artificial digegtents are not needed in sucb cases ana msy ao real narmi Try laying aide all digestive aids and instead get from any druggist a feJ ounces of Bisurated Magnesia and takj a leat-poomm m a quarter i;iiub ui v ter right after eating. This sweeteni the stomach, prevents the formation ol excess acid and there is no sourness, gas or pain. Bifurated Magnesia (is powder or tablet form never liquid ol milk) is harmless to the stomach, inex pensive to take and is the most effi cient form of magnesia for stomacl purposes. It is used by thousands ol people who enjoy their meals with n more fear of indigestion. Adv. The Decorator Arrives asWaw mmkmmm