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MORE MILLS
RESTORE W AGES
Monomac, Acadia and Ka
tama Follow Pacific,
Mills Lead
A Lazy Liver
Causes a. great deal of trouble, bll-Iouhucsh',-
constipation and nick
h";nlatho. Do not put up with It;
sinwct it at once by taking
Hood's Pills
Uads by 0, L Hood Co., Lowell, Aim.
SCALE EFFECTIVE
NEXT MONDAY
More Than 75 Per Gent of
Lawrence Workers Are
' Affected
Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 25. Kotices
, were posted at the Katama mill to-day
that the rate of wages paid before the
DOWN TO SEMI-FINALS.
In
National Double Lawn Tennis
Championship Play.
Boston, "Aug. 25. The- semi-final
round of the national doubles lawn
tennis championship to be decided on
the courts of the Longwood Cricket
club to-da had two interesting groups
of opponents. In one, the first -four
ranking singles players of the country
were brought together, paired as dou
bles combinations, the playine-through
titlists, W. T. Tiiaen.'lM, and Vincent
Richards, ranking respectively 1 and 3,
and the opposing combination of Wil
liam M. Johnston and Wallace I. John
eon, being composed of the number 2
and number players, ine toreign
strength remaining in the tournament j
was concentrated in the other match,
BROWNS MEET
THE YANKEES
Series at the Polo Grounds
May Decide American
League Race
ST. LOUIS ONLY
HALF GAME AHEAD
reduction that led to the textile J with the Australian Davis cup team of
In National League the
5 Giants Add Another
Notch to Lead ..
strike would become effective beginning
next Monday. ' ,
With this announcement, it was
' estimated that more than 75 per cent
: of the textile workers who have been
on strike since late in March had been
; offered their old wages. The Monomac
Spinning company, the Acadia mill and
! the Pacific mills company had previ
ously announced restoration of the
former scale. ' :
Gerald L. Patterson and Pat O'Hara
Wood opposed by Jean Borotra, France,
and N. W. Xilcs, a Bostonian. ,
Russia Buys Meat in Argentina.
; Moscow, Aug. 1. The Russian gov
ernment Grain Produce company has
purchased 2.000,000 pounds of meat in aided, as his own ball
' a: ennnnn 1 .1 i
SARAZEN WON THE MATCH.
He and Ouimet Defeat Hagen and
Kirkwood 3 and 2.
Newton, Maes., Aug. 25. Gene Sara.
zen, national open golf champion and
Francis Ouimet', former national ama
teur and open champion, defeated Wal
ter Hagen, British open champion and
Joe Kirkwood, Australian xperts, 3 and
2 in an IS hole match at the Charles
New York, Aug. 25.-r-Twenty hits off
three Red Sox pitchers enabled the ot.
Louis Americans to defeat the Boston-
ians, 13 to 2, and keep pace with the
New ork club which round its oat
ting eyes after two days and took the
Una! of the Cleveland series to J. to
day the Browns, with only a, game
lead, and the Yankees meet in a series
at the Polo grounds that may decide
the league race. , "
Walter Johnson, Washington
veteran, added another shutout to his
lonir record, holdine the White So to
five scattered hits and winning 1 to 0,
His mound opponent, Blankenship,
though allowing but four hits was hit
for two' in the second frame, which
coupled with a stolen base by Shanks
and a wild pitch accountetd for the
only score.
Detroit and Philadelphia engaged in
the Argentine, paying 500,000 gold ru
bles in cash, and the balance m Kus-
sian raw products, according to local
newspapers.
River Country club yesterday.
fsarazen actually won the match un- an extra-base hitting contest,' Detroit
was one up on I winning 11 to 8, Heilmann, walker and
the opposing pair. His card of 72 Hauser hit homers. Walker's was his
broke the record of 75 for the new and 31st of the season. B)ue added three
difficult course, made recently by i runs to his long season's string.
Ouimet. ' I In then National league the Giants
Unprecedented Car Value
Y is the strict and literal truth when we
say that at no previous time in the auto
mobile industry has there been such re- v
markable car value purchasable at such
low prices.
Although Nash cars have been consist
ently and persistently improved in every
detail and feature, we now present them at
sweepingly reduced prices. The best part
of the summer and a long pleasant fall
are before you. Come in and select the
model you favor..
' Fours Sixes
New Reduced Prices Range from $915 to $2190 f. o. b. factory
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KELLY & NELSON
Nash Distributors for Washington, Orange, Lamoille, Chitten
den and Grand Ise Counties
" Telephone 170.
BARRE, VERMONT.
Nash Lead the World In Motor Car ta
mm
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Dependable Spark Plugs
VIIEfl YOU WANT REAL REPAIRS
When you want work done on your auto or your
truck, you want it done right, you want it done
promptly, and you want it done reasonably. All
this you get when you bring it here. We make re
pairs in ca.os where the average auto owner be
lieves the break is beyond repair.
ORDWAY & JOHNSON
Pretpect Strut, Sear Pest Office; TL 137-X, Barre.
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Let Cuticcra Keep Ycur
Skia Fresh and Yc:
Daily use of the Soap keeps the
kin smooth and dear, while touches
of the Ointment bow snd then pre
vent little skin troubles becoming
serious. Cuticur Talcum is ideal
for powdering snd perfuming.
uephlMtrmtrMUL AiMmw: "0tlimT.
MltortM.IMttnr, IU1SM U, Uul." Bald mtr-
wnm. BnpH uimroeii io ana otw. i a om .
hfm Cubcura somp ahavaa without mug.
gained another notch on the Cardinals
by defeating Cincinnati 2 to 1 with the
aid of Jess Barnes' pitching while the
St. Louisans were losing a wild scor
ing tramc to the Braves, 12 to 11.
the Pirates continued on their
winning war. trouncing the Phillies,
10 to 4. Alexander held Brooklyn to
four hits and the Cubs won their first
ga,me in the week, 4 to 1. ;
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Washington 1, Chicago 0..
Detroit 11, Philadelphia 8.
New York 7, Cleveland 3.
St. Louis 13, Boston 2. ,
American League Standing.
-.." Won Lost
Louis 72
New York 71
Detroit C
Cleveland .......... 63
Chicago ............ 58
Washington ....... 57
Philadelphia ....... 49
Boston .........
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Coprritht .921 Hart Schsffacr & Man
St.
45
4!)
49
68
60
62
03
68 .
74
Pet.
.535
.592
.541
.512
.583
.475
.410
.378
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
New York 2, Cincinnati 1.
Chicago 4, Brooklyn 1.
Pittsburg 10, Philadelphia 4.
Boston 12, St. Louie 11.
National League Standing.
Won Lost
New York .
St. Louis . .
Chicago ....
Pittsburg ,.
Cincinnati .
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Boston
71
67
66
64
64
56
40
38
46
51
53
53
56
60
71
76
Pet,
.607
.568
.555
.547
.533
.4R3
.360
.333
CHALLENGES BASEBALL TEAMS
Fairlee Town Team Composed of Stars
with High Batting Avenges,
Fairlee, Aug. 25. The strong Fair
lee town team issues challenge to
the strongest teams in the state of
Vermont. The aggregation of stare
are gathered from all New England.
They are: Emmett Lynch, for three
years star catcher on the champion
ship Manchester (N. H.) high school
nine; Bill Gardner, star t wirier of the
Saranac Lake (N. Y.) team, and Bill
Palmer, a pitcher who made his name
pitching for the 303d infantry in
France; Bob Christie, formerly first
base for the strong McElwain team of
Manchester, N. H.; "Red" Hart, bril
liant aecond-aacker f rotri Lewltton,
Me. .Leslie Moore, next year' base
ball captain of Montpelier seminary,
who plays short stop; Walter Oirrier,
three-letter man at Bradford academy,
third base; "Al Southeriand, coach
of Andover academy and the Fairlee
teams, captain; "Vinton" Dickey, star
Exeter academy man or ivii; Boo
Bernette, also a star from Montpelier
seminary.
The batting averages or the team,
after playing five games, are as fol
lows, according to the official figure
of Walter Currier, manager: ;
ab h
12
10
20
17
15
20
20
19
Southeriand, rf
Dickey, cf . . . .
Lvnch, e . . . . .
Christie, lb ...
Currier, 3b-p ..
Hart, 2b ......
Moore, a
Bernette, If ...
Palmer, p 9
Gardner, p , 12
av
6 .500
5 .500
9 .450
.340
5 .300
5 .295
4 .285
6 .333
2 .200
4 .300
sb
1
0
6
2
0
4
0
0
0
0
Mid-Summer Luxury is Found in
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits
The fellow in the picture is not carrying an overcoat it's a duster and he is on his
way to his automobile for a trip through Vermont.
The suit he wears is a H, S. & M. and he just purchased it at this store.
He'll find it the best suit he has worn for. years and the same experience is yours if
you purchase a Hart Schaffner & Marx Suit. .
Have a real vacation and have it after you have, made your purchase here of
a H. S. & M. Suit. '
Moore & Owens ; f
; Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
BarreY Leading Clothiers, 122 N. Main St., Tel. 275-M r
NEW GLIDE RECORD.
Motorics Airplane Remains in the Air
More Than Three Hour.
Berlin, Aug. 25 (By the Associated
Press). A new record for sustained
flight in a motorless airplane was set
yesterday by Herr Hentzen, student
flyer of the Hanover Technical echool,
when he remained in the air more than
three hours. The flight waa made on
the concluding day of the gliding com
petition held in the Rhoen mountains,
near Gcrsfeld. Hentren's machine' land
ed 350 metre above the starting point.
Hentxen la the flyer who startled the
world of aviation last Saturday by re
maining in the air two hours and two
seconds, breaking all records by a con
siderable margin.
LYNCH KNOCKS OUT LEVY.
New York'Bantam Weight Finahes Chi
cago Boy in Fourth. '
Fort Worth, Texas, Aug. 25. Joe
Lynch of New York, bantam weight
pugilistic champion, knocked out Benny
Levy of Chicago in the fourth round of
a scheduled 12-round bout here last
night. Lynch kept Levy on the defen
sive throughout. He sent the Chicago
boy down for an eight count early in
the fourth round and then finished him.
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3 4
0 2
0 1
2 10
S 9
The gam played Tuesday with Tier-
mont wan railed at the end of toe
eighth inning to allow the Lake Morey
club bovs to get back to work, the
score rtanding a tie. 4 to 4. The line
up was as follows:
Fairlee.
ab r h
Moore, 4 1 1
Southeriand, rf 2 0 1
Dickey, ef ...v 3 0 0
Chrinie, lb 2 1 1
LTnch. e 4 2 3
Currier, 3H 3 0 I 1 2
Palmer, p 0 O 2 0
Bernette, If 3 0 0 0 0
Hart. 2d : 0 0 1 4
Piermont
ab r h
F. Carr. 2b 1 0 0
Met calf, p 4 1 2
Anderson, lb 4 1.1
Bullock. If S 0 0
Mudfort, cf 3 0 0
R. Carr, 4 0 2
Brown, 3b 2 1 0
Kenvon, rf 3 0
Woods. 3 I 3
!Score bv inning:
1234 5S789
Piermont 0 1 I I 0 0 0 I 4
Fairlee 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 4
Tin haw hit SouUwrUnd. Three
beoehiU Woods. Lywh. Home run
Christie. Strikeouts Talmer 7. Mrt-
ralf 10. Stolen , base (.err. rad
halls Lynch 2. I'mpire. Perry.
The return game will be played at
Fairlee Saturday.
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4
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17
2
1
2
3
1
12
Advice t Toneg Men.
Wb a man reaches middle life or
o!dr. if Ke i poor, he i glad he has !
life insurance; if he i rich, he not
sorry. Tnere la no nppoitiniii in ;
ifuraiH". It fes w.l it ere-
Naiional Life In. Co. of Vt. (Ma
tualv S. S. Pi:rd. general rnt.
45 State tret, MoBtr'.;r; IV. J.
Only
Saturday, August 26, we will offer the Public the following
LOT 1
Men's Black and White Work Shirts,,
two for .... $1.00
LOT 2
Men's Gauze Union Suits; $1.50 val
ue, for Saturday.4. $1.00
LOT 3
Few pairs of Ladies' Shoes, to be
closed out per pair .$1.00
LOT 4
One lot of Men's Caps; $1.50 and
$1.75 value, for Saturday ...$1.00
LOT 5
One lot of Men's Dress Shirts,
$1.75 and $2.00 value, for Satur
day $1.00
LOT 6
One lot of Men's Tennis $1.75 and $2
value for Saturday, only, pair $1.00
LOT 7
One lot of Child's Dresses; $1.50 val
ue for Saturday, only .(....$1.00
LOT 8
Children's Rompers; regular $1.00
value, for Saturday,. two for $1.00
LOT 9
One lot of Ladies' Union Suits to be
closed out Saturday, iwo for $1.00
v . LOT 10
One lot of Men's White Dress Shirts,
with collar attached; $2.25 value,
for Saturday only, for $1.00 j
LOT 11
For Saturday only we will give sev
en pairs of Child's Black or Brown
Hope for $1.00
LOT 12
10 yards 36 In. Unbleached Cotton,
Saturday only, for ; $1.00
LOT 13
Men's Hose for Saturday only; regu
lar 25c value, 6 pairs for . . . .$1.00
LOT 14
36 in. Assorted Fercales, for Satur
day only, all will be closed out the
same, per yard 14c
LOT 15
27 in. Assorted Ginghams, regular
value 16c, Saturday we will give 10
yards for $1.00
LOT 16
Bed Sheets, 81x90, to be closed out
Saturday for $1.00
LOT 17
Men's Overalls, for Saturday only $1
LOT 18
Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose, black and
brown ; regular 50c value, for Sat
urday, 3 pairs for $1.00
LOT 19
One lot of Boys' rants, regular $1.50
value, for Staurday only ....$1.00
If j-ou are planning to come to the Legion Carnival come In and see us and
3-ou many dollars Saturday. Come in and look us over whether you buy or not.
dise over we are offering for Saturday only. Come early and get the best picking.
LOT 20
Boys Blue Chambray Shirts, regular
75c value, for Saturday, only, two
for $1.00
LOT 21
10 yards of Scrim, Saturday only $1
LOT 22
Ladies' Shopping Bags regular 35c
value, Saturday, 5 for $1.00
LOT 23
Ladies' Vests Saturday only five for
$1.00
LOT 24
Men's Silk Knitted Neckties; regu
lar $1.50 value the latest Satur
day only $1.00
LOT 23
Men's Silk Hose ; regular 75c and 90c
value, for Saturday only, two pairs
for $1.00
LOT 26
One lot of Ladies White Voile Waists
regular $1.00 value, Saturday
price, two for $1.00
LOT 27
Child's Straw Hats; regular 75c and
$1.00 values, for Saturday only,
two for $1.00
we will guarantee that we will save
Juft come in and look the merchan-
The Barre Bargain Store
II. ZITER, Prop, TeL 730. 27S .North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
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