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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1922.
VARSITY BEAT , OLD-TIMERS Goddard's Closing Athletic Event Ended 1 ' .6 to 4 RHULAND MADE TWO HOME RUNS Besides a Triple, Being the Headliner of the 7 Day T" If You Are Too Tired to Eat Take Hood's Sarsaparilla. A well known Justice of the Peace in Indi ana says Hood's Sarsaparilla makes "food taste good." Aftr taking three bottles he eats 3 hearty meals a day, works hard and sleeps well. A gratefnl woman writes: "I earnestly recommend all women who wish to be mads new, or who are troubled with that tired feeling, to 4ake Hood's Sarsaparilla. It wonderfully relieved me of s o n r stomach, distress and belching." : Get Hood's, and only Hood's. - SELLING AT SEA UP TO CONGRESS The Goddard vanity team defeated the alumni yesterday afternoon by a core of 8-4 in a' seven Inning battle, Steve Slay ton and Hetch Taylor did the hurling for the alumni while Luck and Willey pitched for the regular team. Goddard scored two runs in the first inning when Rhuland clouted the pill for it home run the first time et bat. Sassi was hit by a pitched ball and went all around the bases on wild throws. The alumni did not score in this inning. Neither team scored in the aecond. In Jthe third inning the alumni scored one run. Shattuck got a base on balls and came home on Dobbs sinele. The regulars also scored a run in the.third. In the fourth inning Vanotti singled stole second and came home on a wild throw, scoring another run for the regulars. The alumni did not score in that inning. In the fifth inning Dm coll reached first on a walk. Rhuland knocked another circuit clout scoring Drisooll. The alumni did not score in this inning Neither team scored in the sixth but in the seventh the alum , ni scored three more runs. The game was called in this inning. The summary s Goddard.' ' Driscoll, ss , Rhuland, cf . fiassi, rf . ., Cyran, 3b . . . Moriarty, If Vanotti, c .. Buckeley, lb i ........ , ,b ...3 ...3 ..2 ...1 ...3 ..'.3 ...3 Soule, 2li 2 0 Willey. p 2 0 Luck, p Dobbs, s . . L. Avery, 3b AIcMahon, If Johnson, 2b Hovey, 2b . R, Avery, lb Corwin, rf . . Shattuck, cf Mowles, cf .' Baker, 3b . . , Taylor, p Slayton, p .. ..1 0 Ti 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Alumni -23 5 1 ab ,.,.4 ....4 ....2 i.l 1.3 .3 ;.i ..1 .l ..2 ..1 25 4 5 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Cleveland 3, Boston 0. Chicago 6, Philadelphia 5.. ' St. Louis 7, Washington 6. , Detroit 6, New Tork 2. ., American Leafue Standing Won Lost New Tork ......... 33 22 St. Louis 31 23 Detroit ...... 27 2S Cleveland 27 28 Washington ....... 27 20 Chicago 28 2! Philadelphia 21 1 27 Boston 21 31 Pet .817 .589 .491 .491 .482 .473 .438 .404 NATIONAL LEAGUE. New York 13. Pittsburg 0. Brooklyn 4, St. Louis 0. Cincinnati-Philadelphia, rain. Chicago 15, Boston 2. National League Standing Use Cuticcra and Have Lustrous Hair Regular shampoos with Cutieura Soap will keep your aealp dean and healthy. Before shampooing touch pots of dandruff and itching, if any, with Cutieura Ointment. A healthy acalp means thick, glossy hair. MhrmWtun. AMnm: eMhmU. m, Dt It. tlaUaallJlul " 8oid--T-Siwn. OMwlSudHk. TilmSc "Dry'' Leaders There May Try to Force Amendment Through TO SHIP SUBSIDY ' BILL NOW PUT IN Meanwhile Lasker Waits to Be Convinced of Illegali , ' ty of Sale. IE SKIN BREAKS OUT AND ITCHES APPLY SULPHUR Just the moment you apply Mcntho- Sulphur to an itching, burning or bro ken out skin, the itching stop and healing begins, says a noted skin spe cialist. This sulphur preparation, made into a pleasant cold cream, gives such quick relief, even to nery erema, that nothing has ever been found to take its place. . - Because of its germ destroying prop erties, it quickly Mibdues the itching, cools the irritation and heals the ec zema right up, leaving a clear, smooth skin in place of ugly eruptions, rash, pimple or roughness. You do . not have to wait for im provement. It quickly shows. ou can get a little jar of Rowles Mentho-Sul- phur at? any drug store. adv. How You Can Make Hairs Quickly Disappear Washington, D. C, Juno 15; With Chairman Lasker adhering to his stand that' the sale of liquor on ship- jing board vessels at sea will continue until he "has been convinced of its illegality," any action in the matter apparently waa left today to phoribi tion leaders in Congress. -' . ' While the correspondence exchange on the subject " between Mr. Lasker and Adolphus Bunch, HI, vice-president of the Anheuser-Busch Brewery com pany, of St'. Louis, continued to provoke discussion, it was reported that the move to stop the sale of liquor on American vessels would be an attempt to secure an amendment to the ship subsidy bill before tne mer chant , marine committee. ir was rumored that this probably would lie made to-day although its defeat there was generally predicted. '. ,. That the issue, would have to be met when the subsidy bill is taken up IB the House, however, was said by friends of the measure, to seem certain. Representative UpVhaw. Democrat Georgia, has publicly announced that he will oner an amendment providing that no part of the federal subsidy fund shall be used by steamship lines on whose ship liquor js sola. RANDOLPH (Helps to Beauty.) v Even stubborn growth of bair will quickly vanish from ths face, neck or arms after a single treatment with delatone.' To removs hair from arms, neck or faca make a stiff paste with a little powdered delatone and water, ap ply to hairy surface and after about two minutes rub off, wash the skin and it will be left free from hair or blem ish. To avoid disappointment, be quite certain you get real delatone and mix fresh as wanted. adv. DARTMOUTH THE WINNER. Won Lost ret New York ......... 34 19 M2 Pitteburg : 27 22 51 St. Louis '29 25 .537 Brooklyn 29 2rt .927 Chicago 23 27 .480 Cincinnati 27 30 .474 K.ston 23 28 .451 Philadelphia 16 33 .327 CABOT Baled and loose coarse timothy hsy for sals, also a few bushels potatoes at 60r per biifhel. Bring your bags. Don't faif to see the Nellie Gill Players In "The Traveling Salesman" to-morrow night. Julius, the colored bell boy and waiter, wilt amuse you with songs. This is the best compsny of players in your state and you should not miss any of their plays. Dancing after the play. adv. Cabot high school field day at Wood bury lake. All kinds of refreshment, sports, swimming, boating and ball game, varsity vs. alumni. Everybody welcome. adv. Auction sale of household furniture at O. P. Boyles' place, Cabot village, Saturday, June 17, at I p. m. Cary Smith, owner, Vera Hudson, auction eer. adv. EAST BARRE Vhool in East Bsrre closed June 9. Thom graduating from the eichth grade were Omrr Boulrri, Ivan Han son, Leone Whiteomb, Ruth Dolge, Vernon Mayotte. Lacy Rsgmlin. Dur ing the spring term a flover calendar was kept, and 140 flowers were re corded. The pupil finding the greate-t aumher of specimens was Alta Rock, who found 45. A pitaie was enjnytd bv all the school in Mspls grove' oa Thursday, .Tune 8. Wianna Sanborn, grammar grade teaher. Read "The Sportlighr by Grantland Rice in to day's. Boston Globe. Grantland Rice writes in New England only for i the Boston Daily Globe. Defeated Harvard oa Diamond By 4 to , 3 Score. Cambridge, Mass., June 14. Dart mouth defeated Harvard yesterday 4 to 2. Poor pitching by Russell, who tarted for the crimson, and four Har vard errors helped the green to win. Maynard, Dartmouth shortstop, fielded brilliantly. The score: Dartmouth 20000001 14 7 1 Harvard j , . 00200000 02 5 4 Batteries, Trscy and Ileep; Pvusscll, Gehrke and Murphy, Larrabee. j Miss Lucile Grant wss in Montpelier and Barre on Wednesday on a bum ness trip. - " Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Moore and Rev. and Mrs. W. S'. Smithers were in Woodstock on Wednesday to attend a meeting of the church held at that place Tlie Boy Scouts collected $35 for the Tuberculosis Association of Vermont last week. '' The regular meeting of the grange was held on Saturday nivht, June 10, 1 here was a debate on, Should (mso lene be Taxed? Affirmative, Allen Priest, negative, George Flint; comet solo with encore, or ulenn Bailey, c companied by Miss Myra Woods j uses for old newspapers, bv eeveral mem bers; What is the best farm tool used? answered by the men and some wom en; What is the best household tool I uset answered by the women; music, piano and bells, Myra Wood and Mrs. Kate Holman; reading, one of Riley's poems. Miss Gladys Fassett. Ios cream was served by the committee in charge, and during the social hour that followed some amusing stunts were put' on by Mrs. Kate Holman and Mrs. George Allen. The bosrd of trade held a strong on Monday night, in which several business propositions were considered which mar develop in the near future. Mrs. D. B. Csssidv had the mis fortune to crush her fingers this week in the machinery which she was using at the nurses, home on South Main street'. Tt is not yet known just how serious it will prove. Miss Stella Sawyer is passitie some time here with' her parents. Mr. and F. A. Sawyer, sftpr having finished her work at the Children's home in Bur linirton. Mrs. A. E. Batchelder of Highland avenue, who fell from the top of the cellar stairs last Thursday mominer. breaking her right collar bone and crackinif a bone in her left wrist, i as comfortable as ran b exiwcted."" but not able to sit up vet. Miss Lena Tuck er, a nurse from Washington, Is .raring for her. CUMMINGS & LEWIS Make Remarkable Offer To Any Person in Barre Who Is Weak, Sick, Nervous Or Run-Down It A Now Possible for Yon to Come to This Store. Buy a Regular 11.10 Package of Nuxuated Iron, Use It for Two Weeks, and If at the End of That Time Yon Hava Not Received AIL and Even Greater Benefits Than Yon Expect, Simply Bring the Wrapper Back to Cummings & Lewis, and Wa Will Cheer fully Hand You Back Your Money. Baire people may well ak how we can afford to make this remarkable Satisfaction or Money Back" offer. Medical examinations by physicians all over the country show that an amazing number of people lack 100 per cent iron in their blood. At a recent conference. Dr. James Francis Sullivan, formerly physicisn of Bellevue Hospital (Out Door Department). New York, and the Westchester County Hospital, saw, -vvitnout iron, me dioou he comet weak, thin, pale and watery. In many people this so seriously weak run their vital organs as to lead them to believe that they have heart or stomach trouble, kidney disease, nerve force exhaustion or some other serious ailment. I have had people come to me thinking'they had heart trouble, be cause they often had pains and palpitation of the heart, sudden dimness, faint -sew or" spots before the eyes. In a greet many of these cases, the moment iron was supplied, all of these symptoms disappeared." We make this offer be ause Genuine Nuxated Iron contains true organic iron like the iron -in your Mood. So many people are deficient in iron who would eurelv be benfited bv this remarkable remedy, that we recommend that you come right to Cummings A Lewis' and get your bottle of Nuxated Iron. Use it for two weeks, and nnte the improvement in your own case in strength, energy and endurance. If you are not more than surprised at ths results, just bring back the wrapper and we will promptly refund yoirr money without question. Adv lll'.UIUII '1Pi..,eir HERE must be a good reason why Socony Gasoline is used in the fire-fighting apparatus of so many cities in the state of New .York as well as in New England. And the reason that makes Socony Gasoline the; choice of so many municipalities is the same one that makes it the choiceW hundreds of thousands of motorists its dependability. Every gallon dependable everywhere STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK 26 Broadway Ford Owners We have a special low price on Exide Batteries for Ford i cars which will be the talk of the town as sooa as it be- j comes generally known. ! Our exchange price on this Ford battery is the lowest j one quoted on a standard battery. Remember these are genuine Exide Batteries with the j backing of the oldest and largest manufacturer of storage J batteries In the world. i Harvey & Mower two big. mm DAYS Thursday and Friday LITTLE DRY GOODS STORE Cottage Street off Main 7 yds. Gingham 9Sc 7 yds. Percale 9Sc 6 yds. Curtain Marquisette 9Sc 9 yds. Flannel ...98c 10 yds. Bird's Eye 98c 2 pairs Ladies' Fibre Silk Stockings 98c 36 in. Figured Voile 18c Men's, Women's and Chil dren's Hose, pair 15c Men's Silk Fibre Hose ... .40c 40 in. Unbleached Cotton.. 12c Electrical Bargains HOT POINT IRONS $1.83 l0 per cent discount given on the complete line of Electric Appliances, Fixtures and Table Lamps. The Electric Store' Thone 26, 14 Elm Street Aminae!ft We are glad to inform our patrons and the public that we are moving into larger and better quarters. . We wish at this time to thank our patrons for the business they have entrusted to our care in the past and solicit your further patronage. Feeling sure that we' will bp able to serve, you more efficiently. . Watch the pa per for our opening sale. Perry Automobile Co. The First Bay' oftheThreeBig Bargain Days opened at this store with a rush and throughout the day it has been just as busy as we desired it to be. . The demand made in the Men's Clothing Department was astonishingly great. ' The Hat Department was also busy. ' And the odds and ends that are included in this sale were in great demand. We here repeat the prices that have been named on Suits, Coats, Hats, etc. Men's Suits, in casimere and unfinished worstedssuits that have been selling right along for $40 to $60 go into uie Three Bargain Days' sale for 23.95 Men's Suits, in unfinished and smooth finished worsteds and silk mixtures suits that have been selling from $50 to $75 go into the Three Bargain Days' sale at just Dune Half '.. u . . : these figures Men's Short Top Coats, suitable for ev ery day wear and for working. These coats formerly sold for $10 to $18. You can have your choice during the Three Bargain Days' Sale for 5,95 1 We will take all of our GUYER Soft Hats that formerly sold for $5 to $8 and put them into the Three Bargain Days' Sale at; :1 ; : ; : r . $50 Straw Suit Cases They have sold for $2.75 to $4. You can make your choice of this number1 during the Three Bargain Days' sale for , , 1.95 You can make your choice from our en tire line of $1 ties and it is a big display during the Three Bargain Days' sale for ' 89xents Our regular line of 40 cent LISLE HOSE will be placed on sale in lots of three pairs for 1.00 1, ! Now's the time to own a STRAW HAT at an unheard of price. We have placed 50 Straw Hats in the Three Bargain Days' Sale they are slightly soiled for only 19 cents each. Two More Days Remain. They Are to Be Big Days. We are Looking for Just the Same Bijr Crowds As Came to Us To-day 4 Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner& Marx Clothe Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St TeL 275-M. ! Automobile Insurance J. W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, THOXE 3 ML