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: THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, yT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1922.
NO FIREWORKS ON DIAMOND LEONARD HIT IN LOCAL MARKETS Constipation To relieve It and to stimulate the torpid liver and other digestive or gans, take the prompt and pleasant Hood's Pills Easv to take, easy to operatnt ; liade by C. L UooA Co,. Irowell. Mm. LAI KANSAS ATWILL STETSON HATS FROM COUGHS Colds, Croup. Tickling Throat Whooping Cough Bronchial Cough Hoarseness, etc. For many jr.ar. a .t.nJ.rd . family couch madlclna of h'.h. st merit. Contain, no opiataa. Holiday Games in Big Leagues Were Almost De void of Big Features Lightweight Champion Is Fresh Eggs Higher" at 2728 Cents Dozen Veals 1415c Far Superior To Chal lenger at Michigan City LATTER'S SECONDS TIGERS DOWNED TWICE BY INDIANS DISFIGURED FACE OLD POTATOES DOWN TO 60 CENTS PER BU. . THREW UP SPONGE LARGE PIMPLES Chicago Cubs ' Won Double Victory, Over1 Pittsburg , Jfew York, July S.-Holiday game in the major leapues were devoid of fireworks, the aspiring Detroit Tigers sustaining the principal damage when they dropped both ends of ft double header to Tris Speaker's larruping In diana. The Chicago Cubs' double vic tory over Pittsburgh wa the only other twin triumph' of the day. The double reverse suffered by De troit was a. hard blow to Ty Cobb. Morton and Coveleskie were in rare form on the mound for Cleveland while j the tribe made merry with six Tiger j twirlers, winning 4-2 and 11-4. The Athletic finally took' a game from New York, winning the forenoon encounter, 3-1, due to Haaty's fine pitching, but the Yankees gathered in the afternoon fraa. 6 to 1, Sam Jones going the full route -effectively for the flrt time in many moons. The battling White Sox with "So Hit", Robertson in good form pulld out the morning game against Louis, 5-3, but dropped the afternoon contest to the league leaders by a similar score,' the Browns taking ad vantage of Faber's ne loose Inning. Rain foiled Kew. York and Brooklyn in the forenoon, while in the afternoon the two teams battled to 6-5 tie in 14 innings. The Robins knotted the Hard and Red. Lost Rest Ccticura Deals. - " My trouble began with pimples that were bard, large and red, and very disagreeable. They were scat tered all over my face, Which was disfigured for the time being. I lost my rest at night on account of tbd Irritation. " The trouble lasted about two months. I tried different retried ie but they did not help me. I began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment and after using two cakes of Cuticura Soap and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was heated." (Signed) Miss,Selma Botscb, 696 Pearl St., Stoughton, Mass., Oct. 4, 1921. Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes. ratortM, Dtft. , MMlUt , Hut" Sotd tnrr- (CotMora Soap rtmi wit.nnl aaatalwarrMtyV! Crowd of . 10,000 Saw Bout and Leonard Won About $25,000 ; count in the ninth and both teams scored in the tenth. Rogers Hornsby's 19th homer of the' season was .a big feature in St. Louis' victor over Cincinnati by 6-5, in the second game. Hard hittifig gave the Cubs a dou ble victory against Pittsburgh, 8-4, and 8-0, Vic Aldridge holding ths Pirates to two hit in the second gnme. Washington and Bost.-:i divided their holiday program, Boton taking the first, 4-3, and Francis pitching the Senators to a shutout in the second, 2-0. GtldJe Rapp's great stop, starting a double play with the bases full checked the Boston Braves after they had scored three runs in t he ninth and enabled Philadlphia to win the only game the teams played, 5 to . KNOW THEM -0Y THESE mAt$ i lit p ASK rOfTtHlSM-lJY THESE MAMES RACINE A CORD TIRE OP EXTRA-TESTED QUALITY 'RACINE Trusty Treed A FABRIC TIRE ONLY IN 303 303 SIZES RACINE Country Red A FABRIC TIRE GIYINO SUPERIOR SERVICE IDHiTIrT THEM -0Y THIS NAME DM EVERY TIRE RACINE RUBBER COMPANY RACINE, WISCONSIN . tie are cUstnbators for Racine tires ami recommend them to you ' BOSTON RACINE RUBBER CO. Inc., 160 Brookline Avenue, Boston, Mass. ASK YOUR LOCAL DEALER I "Dmilen:1rnte us for facts about a vrrt firte opportunity for you Michiiran City. Ind.. July 5 (By the Associated Press). A check of the at tendance at the lightweight champion ship contest between Benny Leonard, titleholder, and Rocky Kansas of Buf falo, NY Y., revealed that the erowd was just above 10,000 with receipts of $69,830. While no official announce ment was made, it was reported Leon ard got $25,000 for scoring his eight round technical knockout over the Buf falo challenger, and Kansas received $15,000. - ' Leonard rocked Rocky Kansas all over the rinjr in the eighth round and the Buffalo, X. V., challenged seconds threw in the sponge to save their man from what apparently was going to be the first counting out of his career. , The battle will go down in the rec ord books as only technical knock but for the champion, but it will stick in Rocky Kansas memory as tne mo.-t severe beating he ever received. Blood running from his mouth down his naked chest and tears t-iekling through the heavy growth on his cheeks, Kansas, held up by his man ager, could only moan:. "He whipped me. he whipped me, and oh, how he can hit." . . Leonard, surrounded by the liundr',ls who rushed, to his corner, smiled inces santly after the bout and declared him self well satisfied with the result. "They thought because Kansas had stayed the limit iu three other bouts with me that I couldn't put him ort. They nid when Britton beat me that I was through. I guess I showed xo-day that I'm still a champion, that 1 still have the punch and that I can .still move fast. "If there are any fighters who doubt, I want them to know that I still hare plenty of what I gave Kanxas to-dav.'! There was no doubt in the minds of the 10,000 spectators who came to the inaugural battle at Floyd Fitzairomoim new open air arena that Leonard not only was Rocky Kansas' master, but that he was just as fart, rst as rugg. and just as powerful in those terrific rights as the day he won the title from Freddie Welsh. It's toasted. This one extra process . gives a rare and delightful quality impossible to duplicate. ' Guaranteed by Literary Comment. "What is your favorite novel!" "'.lack tha Jint KilW" rrlia .-aiss cayenne. , "That is only a fairy tale," "Which istmy reason for liking it, Nobody is going to get you into an ar gument about i by saying, 'How tiue to. life the characters are! .and, Isn't the philosophy a wonderful revelation of the human soul-?" Washington Star. .. ' ! Speak Up, Tom. "Why is it," asks a rural exchange, "that a chicken makes two scratches with one foot and one ecratch with the other and then reverses the feet next time?" . There's one for Mr. Edison to answer Boston Transcript, JOHNNY WILSON SCORED KNOCKOUT Al Tires! Tires! Tires! Now is the time you need the best of tires Vaca tiomtime. What soils an outing or a little trip more than, changing tires. Or that feeling that one or morei is liable to blow-out with any little spurt of speed. Look over your tires to-day and replace the ques tionable ones with new. Use up the old ones when you are going to be around home. But don't marr your vacation this year with poor tires, especially at these cash prices. 30x3 Cord $10.40 31x4 Cord... ......$26.20 33x5 Cord v. $41.85 Other sizes at proportionate prices. Special Sale on 30x3 Tubes each $1.00 FIRST QUALITY GOODS s Special Prices on many Odd Makes and Sizes. H. G. Bennett BARRE, .VT. Demaria No Match for Champion at Bout in Rutland Yesterday. Rutland, July 5. Johnnv Wilson, middleweight champion of the world, knocked out Al Demaris of India nan olio in the fourth round of a boxing exhibition under the auspices of the Rutland Exhibition association ' here yesterday. The short duration of the fight was due fully aa much to Wil son's better physical condition as to his mperiority in wielding the glove. Almost as soon the bell sounded (or the fourth, Wilson rushed his opponent to the ropes and Demaris went to the mat after he received three stiff punches to the face. On the count of six he was in fighting position again and the crowd cheered him for hi gameness but he had not sufficient strength to take any more punish ment and was soon floored for the count. . Every round was characterized by much clinching which brought demands from the crowd for .freight fighting. Wilson attacked the wind of his oppo nent early in the contest with appar ent success. Demaris took a lot of punishment but he was in no condition I to meet the champion. TRY YEAST ' But Be Sure It's Ironixed Yeast You can't give your job the best that's in you, if you suffer with indi gestion, dyspepsia or other distressing stomach ailments. The thing to do, if you want to feel in tip-top condition, with never a thought of stomach trou ble, is to try Jronired Yeast. Simply take two tablets with each meal In all probability you will notice highly beneficial, results within ' the first 24 Dairy Butter Is Plenty at 36 Cents Per ' Pound Barre, Vt., July 5, Fresh eggs higher; dairy' plenty j wholesale quotations: Dressed pork 13Vjf4 14e. Veals 14(3J5c. Yearling lamb 22, 23c. Fowls 30c. Fresh eggs 27 (S 28c, Butter, dairy 38c. Potatoes 60c bu. 1022. butter WAITSF1ELD hoars. Yeast, as everyone knows, contains certain elements which have a wonder ful effect on the functioning of our stomach, and in toning up the sys tem. But Ironized Yeast embodies the new scientific process of ironuation which makes. yeat just doubly, effec tive. forget tomacn troubles and keep yourself 100 per cent efficient. Get Ironued Yeast to-day.' To try it free simply mail postcard for famous 3-Dny Test. Address Ironized ' Yeast Co., Dept. f6, Atlanta, Ga. Ironiied Yeast is' recommended and guaranteed by all good druggists. Adv. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Philadelphia 5, Boston 3 (first game) .Second game postponed, rain. Cincinnati 11, St Louie 9 (morning game). St. Louis n, Cincinnati 5 (afternoon game). Chicago 8, Pittsburg 4, (morning game). Chicago 8, Pittsburg 0 (afternoon game). - ew lork-Brooklyn, morning gsnv postponed, wet grounds. Brooklyn 5, New York a (afternoon game), 14 innings, called on account of rain. National League Standing. , Won ' Lost New York ......... 44 24 St. Louis '41 32 Brooklyn 40 3.1 Cincinnati M 37 Chicago 35 3 Pittsburg 34 37 Philadelphia 2n 40 Boston 2rt 43- Pet .647 .562 MS .334 .377 AMERICAN LEAGUE. , Boston 0 (afternoon Detroit 2 (morning (afternoon Boston 4, Washington 3 (morning game). Washington : game). Cleveland 4, game I. Cleveland 11, Detroit 4 game). Chicago 5, St. Louis 3 (morning game). St. Louis 8, Chicago .3 (afternoon game!. Philadelphia 3, 'ew York I (morn ing game l. New York , Philadelphia 1 (after noon game). - American League Standing. Won Ixt 8tt. Lruii. . New York . Chicago . . . Detroit Washington Cleveland .. 45 44 3-t 37 ."3 37 37 33 37 34 40 3.' 41 28 41 P. .WV) , -S7I 1 .52C ,V0 I .4V 4, .408 No Hot Water for theToilet and Bath TheMaid went out, so did the Coal Fire Let us tell you how -this annoyance can be cut out and real hot water service enjoyed in your home. Use gas-heated water. At little expense attach a RUUD TankWaterHeater to your range boiler, apply a match, turn the valve and in a lew minutes you have a piping-hot supply. The little heater is equipped with long copper coil and a quick-acting burner.which heats the-water promptly and in ample quantities lor tverjr purpose. ThU,coin fort-making , device is a j wonder for j quick rrtukj j and will save t you time, la- ! bor and I money. Write u, to day or visit -our show room for details. Mrs. Persis Lukes has returned to the home of her niece, Mrs. Albert Barnard, after .visiting her brother, J. V. Richardson. t'avifi Aims is attending summer school at Rensselaer, Tror, X. Y, Mr. and Mrs. David Mills from N'ew York are guests a few. days of-their brother, W. K. Mill. Mrs. Mary Brooks and sister. Miss Elizabeth, who are spending the sum mer in town from California, are jn Waterbury visiting relatives this wek and part of next. Mrs. A. B. Tucker and son, Ornrn, were Jn Krandon over the end of the week. Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Freeman and lit-' tie son from Norwich, Conn., are ex pected at B. D. Bishee's this week. R, H. Downer, A. X. Poland and Mr. Downer's son, .Tohn, were at Hinesburg pond fishing Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ainsworth and their son , and wife called at Mrs. H. N. day. Mr. Ainsworth is a son of -he late Luther Ainsworth, for whom Ains worth post, O. A. R., of Waitfield :s named. , Mr. and Mrs. vt D. Griffith from Cabot were in town Friday and were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Neill. Mrs. Bessie "Spaulding and little i-on from Freeport, X. Y., are visiting lier mother, Mrs. M- J. Long. -, , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kew were In Waterbury Friday at the home of Mrs. Kew'a mother. Mrs. F. O. Pierce. , Mrs. J. A. Smith, Misa Alice Smith, Mrs. H. X. Smith and sons were in Montpelier Friday Miss Emma Josflin from Colorado City, Col., came ne day Ut week to J spend her summer vacation. Miea Marion Dana left town Fridav for Waterbury and in a few dys will go to Xova Scotia for a few weeks' rest. .- - Mr. and Mrs; V,. J. Long, with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Long from St. Albans, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long in Fram ingham. Mint, Mrs. Fanny Long from Minneapolis is vlmUnp at K. J. Long's and Samuel Patterson's. Mrs. Long is the widow of the late James Long, a brother of Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Enrich and E. J. Long, also Edgar Long f Warren. John McNuIty from Barre is work ing for Milford Long. . , E. P. vinton has returned from Granville, where he has been for the past four weeks. Miss Laura Morse from Johnson is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Roy Xeill. Children's day was ohnerved Sunday at the Congregational church, with ap propriate exercises by the Sunday school children. There was special music and singing by the choir and the baptium of nine children. Mrs. r.lizahetb Pierce is expecting her daughter snd husband, Mr. and Mrs.,. Kdward Cocper, and danehter trom ew orlt City this week EAST CALAIS Ethel Clines is spending a few days with her brother, Carroll, n camp at Greenwood lake. Everett Hersey and family from Bos ton are visiting at Freeman Gray's, v Mrs. Thursey Burnham has returned to her home in Montpclier, after a two weeks' visit at L. M. Gray's. . John Goodell is quite ill at the home of F. II. Gray. ' . ,: - - , Miss Xorma Beals of Maine is visit ing at Charles Southwick's. Lynn Gray recently purchsed a Ford sedan of the perry Auto company. Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders were business visitors in Montpelier Friday. Mr. Pike of Montpelier visited his sister, Mrs. F. E. Marsh, over Kundav. Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Benjamin were guests of Mrs. Dan McLane recently. Miss Margaret Sanders wat in Cabot on Saturday. s Mrs. John Fair of Woodbury visited Mrs. Harry Peck the last of the week. John Coates graduated from the Dex ter high school in Dexter, X. Y., on Friday. ; Herbert Weeks, jr., is working in nainnem. The East Calais ball team was de- from Royalton I feated in Cabot on Saturday, the score Bunnell's Fri- being 7 to 4. The game was called off at tne enn or tne nrtn inning on acj rouui or rain. George Guernsey, Clvde Haskins and Dean Brown fvere 1" Montpelier Sat- urdav. ' There is long life in a STETSON HAT, They .have been , the standard for years and the quality is unquestionable. -. STETSON HA'TS have one standard ; price and quality-THE BEST. ... It will pay'you to come . in and investi gate.. Our line is the best. Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner& Marx Clothe . Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. - , Tel. 275-31. P ' llSliabSAaUaaaMUjt J ficial and large attendance is looked for. - . Mr. and Mrs. Bvron ' Wilbur of Msrshfield were visitors at W, J. Coates recently. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bullock of Hard1 wick were visitors at Hermon Bullock's on Sunday. .- . E. E. Brown was in Montpelier the first of the week. , v Mrs. Etta Burnham has returned from & visit with friends in Duxbury, C. J". Lamb has sold his farm on east hill to Mrs. Myra Daniels, Mr. Guy Banrrrtft was in Barre Friday to see a foot specialist. Mr. Jennie Leonard is working for Mrs. Merl Benjamin. Elmer Celley and Rarmond Bullock Mere recent visitors in Montpelier. uennis tdeau of Montpelier was a recent visitor in town. - Mmi Frances Coates is visiting her cousin, Mrs. John Wilbur, on Hollister hill. t ; . (Jeorge Guernsey, Rawleigh Georgs. Clyde Haskins and Guy George were at Joe s pond the first of the week. The Calais Woman's club met with Mrs. W. J. Coates on Friday. The next meeting will be held with Mrs,' Lilia Lamb on July 8. It is expected that Mrs. Mayton, state federation presi dent, of Morrisville will be present at this meeting on July IK The Woman's club will meet at the hall, where Mr. I Rizzi of Barre will hold a demonstra tion of aluminum ware. This meet ing will be very interesting and bene- as as WE' 4 Everywhere ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC., ST. LOUIS The Holbrook Grocery Co., Distribtltort Woodsville, New Hampahire Mary and Doujr write their own personal stories of their whirl around Europe "FROM HOL LYWOOD TO PARIS," BY MARY PICKFORD AND DOUGLAS FAIR BANKS, exclusive in New England in the next Boston Sunday Globe. Tell your newsdealer to save you a BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE. i 0.1 1 140 No. Main St4 Barre. BARRE GAS CO, I i I I ! i NEW SERIES Hamilton Beach This Strong Silent Cleaner Offers Most for the Money To all wlio appreciate quality and fine workmanship, we present the HAMILTON BEACH Vacuum Sweeper, leader in a highly competive field. Its unquestioned superiority is founded on brilliant de sign, generous value, substantial contruction, and pains taking attention to detail. When you see it, mark its beauty. Note its over-6trength parts, and powerful guar anteed motor. Hear how quietly it operates. Observe how it overcomes every constructional objection you have had toother cleaners. It is built to be better, and more value for the money, with its cleaning power multiplied by the motor-driven brush. Barre Electric Co. TeL 98 Montpelier Electric Co. TeL 28 "FOR YOUR ELECTRIC WANTS" The Finest Sedan Ever Sold for ' So Little Good-looking with its blue and black finish, four doors, its tan velour interior. Unvaryingly dependable, and 25 miles to the gallon of gasoline is common. ( Easy-riding because Triplex Springs ward off road shock. The comfortable way to motor at lowest cost. $895.00 Sedan complete, f. o. b. Toledo H. F. Cutler & Son 13 South Main Street, Tel. 750, Barre. DRY WOOD Hardwood Slabs at $3.50 make an excellent sum mer wood. Limb Wood at $3.75. Second growth Wood at $4.00 and $4.50. All sizes of High Grade Coal. Calder & Richardson Phone 450 Automobile Insurance J. W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, THONE 34 IL rhiUde'phv r