THE B ARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, .VTh.L MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 18, 1922,
may decide ;
Outcome of Final Contest
Between Yankees and
MAY DETERMINE .
' .LEAGUE WINNER
New, York Team Has the
Slim Lead of Half a
. ; Game ,
kVy suDduetf Urban Shocker
St. Ixniis, Sept. 18. (By the Asso
riate'd Pre'ss), The 1922 championship
of the American league hinged ill a
large measiife upon the outcome of the
final contest of a three game series be
tween the New York Yankees and the
St. Louis Browns to-day. . . . .
. Kew York possessed1 the slim lead of
a 'naif game over St:" Louis. Each team
has' wbif! one ganie, the Yankees cop-
p?ng Saturday-' to 1, when Bob Shaw-
ker and the
tMielt, ' sSuthpaw school bojf hurler,
pitching' invincible" ball" against Waite
noys aim osin uim-s.
Should 'New York win1 tb-da,y the
visitors wouldihcfeai "fhe'if lead to a
game an "da half. That margin At this
stage 4pf the season "with the Browns
having onfy nine games to play and
the Yankees Ifn, would go far in deter
mining the championship. ' .
Should victory' perch on the Browns'
banner, fne locals would capture a lead
of a half contest. This result, ii is be
lieved; iwauld,. mean that the BTowns
have a. favorable : chance , to. beat the
New York team down tne stretch, as
the Yankee . ppear to be facjng a
hatdct schedule to ,the finish than the
Browns, , . v,t, h .. ..'-..:.
"Bullet' Jose Bush, Jhe leading
pitcher .-of h,, major, Jeagues,. was
slated to burl for the-, Xankees. , For
the Browns .the., pitching , Beleciou
seemed ,to .lie, betweea JUavis W right
To relieve it, and to stimulate r
torpid liver end -fthfr digestive ,or?
ga.au, take the prompt and pleaaurr
Easy 40 take, easy, to operate. . ,
, JlaUa (iv C. L iooj Co., Lowell, )lt-
Old .Timers Showed Some Good Baae-
.ball Mixed With Poor. -
k .quite indescribable awball ame
was played Saturday between the old
timrtw and the town team, resulting in
a score of 10' to 5 for the latter. Only
"about half the regular town team; was
in the lineup, but that was plenty for
the old timers- who- will - nurse lame
muscles for many"' day As a 'result of
the really creditable piece, of work they
. did. Of course, they were 'outclassed
by theif. nifty opponent, but they
' knew .that in advance. Everybody who
attended got more than their money's
worth "just to see their old baseball fa-vrirites-in
aVtidfl again. " They made
some mighty good plays even if they
' were mixed with as many of the other
kind, The score:',.. , ;:. t-
-i Town, learn.
Kin?, 3b--. ...
K. Hickey; c . r:
K: Hickey, p v ;
Batehelder, lb .
Fields, If ......
Wymn, rf ... .
Has beens." -'
Putnam, If , p . .
Dutton, p. If . .'
Perkins, lb . . . .
Way, M l..'..'..
Rogers, cf c . . .
Mitiguv, 2b . u
Whittaker,. rf .
ah r h
'- 3 2
4 I 3
i " " " ,' ; '"'
' 'iRreat'f part of 'Smyrna is iii
ruiiis. " '. " '-' , ,
France and . Italy v,heLtat ,
about answering IJoyd Cieorge's
call for troops '; for ' 'the"''Ncar
Fast. ." .. -'. '
Thousands ;of refugees awamp
Athens," American ,,. naval men
landed for rescue .work. ' ,
Turkish nfttio'nafists leader
wants allies Jo, return Thrace to
Turkey. : ' ..,T .. . '
Dr. James L. .Bartpn, ehaifmari .
of the Near East , relief,,.' wires ,
(Seriat6r Lodge at Wawliington re
,'qust fof American intervention"
' in' Near East crisis. '. ."'
l" fteOrge ' Kinler ' of St. 'Xonie
"Browhs hit safely iri 41 conseeu-'
tive games smashing Ty Cobb's"
record of ,40 made in. 1011. -
Babe Ruth hits his 33d homer,
Kenneth Williams his 38th. "
Thirty persons ; slightly in
jured, two seriously in subway
craslvln Cambridge,,, Slaw. ?
Weekly r.eview; shows big in
dustries' rapidly recovering .from
effects of strikes. , , : t '
- Airs, Harding reported on road
to complete recovery. President
may forego vacation.
New York Central and South
ern railway fail to reach agree
ment With strikers.'' it
. Bosooe Sarlcs burned Ut death s
- and four other automobile racers'
iiteverely injui-ed and two slightly ;
hurt on Kansas, City sp"edway.
Authorities probe double mur
"der theory in finding of bodies of
minister and woman in ., .New.
Brunswick, N. J. v ? 1 ' v . '
Poland and' little entente sign
.secret military covenant, i . ,
Gompers to stump country' in
support . of congressional non
Archbishop' Curley of Balti
more, back from Ireland, flays
l) Valera and followers. ',,i.
Cleveland 4,: Philadelphia 2.
Boston 3, Chicago 2. ', 1 , ,
St. Iiouis 5, New York1 1., ;
Washington 8, Detroit 2.. .
.j.'f Saturday'i Garnet. ,
New tYork 2, St..v Louis l.
(4 Philadelphia 6, .Cleveland 1.
Detroit i), Washington 5.
, Chicago 9, Boston 2. . '
" "American League Standing.
FIRED CITY TO
Americans Give Graphic
Descriptions of Scenes J
. in . Smyrna j
SOME DROWNED '
When Driven Insane
the Reign of
St. . Iouis 1 .'.
Chicago :". . ?,
Cleveland ; . .
.' R7 .s
. 63 "
. SS '
.44 16 W 27 15 4
Score by innings:
35 8 8 24 15 12
123 4 56780
$023 3 6 0 5-16
0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 25
Hs beens i .
Two-base" hits,' Healey, Stafford, K
Hickey, E. Hickey, Batehelder 2, Wy
man, Mitiguy, Whittaker. First bee
on balls, off Hickey 5. off Dutton 3.
Struck, out, by Hickey 5, by Dutton' 4,
by Putnam 3. Hit by pitcher, Mclntyre
and'Perklna by Hickey. Ba!kv Hickey.
Umpires, Blossom and fcing.
; ' ; "
1 V The Futare. "
; young- Xlan- I aked. but I re
Parson Prlln Then you . asked
amies. ' , . ,
' Y'oung Man (adly( Yes, asked
a mis.' New York Mail.
Chicago 6, Brooklyn 2.
Cincinnati 4, New .York 3. ' ,
New York 8, Cincinnati 2 (first
game), Cincinnati 8, New York 4 (sec
ond game). f .
Chicago 7, Brooklyn 5 (first game),
Brooklyn l, Chicago 0 (tpn innings,
second game), . ,' . .
Pittsburg 11, Philadelphia 6 (first
game), Philadelphia ' 8, Pittsburg 6
second game).' " ' '. " "
. . National League Standing.
r . ,' - y . Won Lost
New York .
Pittsburg ; , .
St. -Louis ,,
Chicago . , .
Bad Her There.
She- Do you see ' anything about
that painting yon admire?
He-Yes,' the frame.
JShe But, the frame ia. not the pic
ture. He "Sit, biit it's about fhe"pieture,
iMit it4-New York Mail!
Blisters On Hands, Feet and
Hips. Itched and Burned.
Lasted 3 Months. '
"My haada, feet and faipe feche4
and burned so that I scratched tbeea
and the akin became re4
and sore. Later whit
watery blisters formed
which turned to sort
eruptions. When I put
my hands in water they
Itched and burned.
"The trouble katea
about three montha. I began oskng
Cvticura Soap and Ointment and af
ter using four cake of Soap and
two boxes of Ointment I waa healed.
(Signed) Percy Hartford, Bos 4),
Curtia Corner, Me.
Use Coticura Soap, Ointment and
Talcum for all toilet porpoaea. .
mhmrr SxttMiMIMSi. Ti
Constantinople, Sept. 18 (By the
Associated 1 Press), Antericans arriv
ing to-day from Smyrna, gave grapnic
descriptions of ) scenes " witnessed in
that city during the great fire and at
tendant disorders. One, a resident of
Smyrna for ten yearssaid the Turk
ish troops ' massacred hundreds of
Christians then deliberately fired the
city to cover up their crime.
Some inhabitants, driven insane by
the. reign of terror, drowned them
selves. A naturalized American citizen
killed himself - when the Kemalists
seued his wife and sister Other
Americans were intimidated with
pistols and robbed.
Lieutenant, , Commanded .John B.
Rhodes, cojnmander of . the American
destroyer,. Litchfield, with five blue
jackets, saved six British civilians
from death after the British . forces
had evacuated. American sailors risked
their lives to rescue thousands while (
the fire was in progress. . , '
Chester Orisowld, American mer-1
chant,' performed almost super-human;
work, succoring terrorized t Cltristiatis j
by his successful pleas with their
would-be Turkish slavers. '
H. C. Jacquith of New Y'ork, who
was in Smyrna from the time of the
nvasion to the destruction of the city.
told the Associated Press correspond
ent! ,. .- - - .'t:' '
It waa a night of terror. .The whole
populace -.rushed to- the waters edge.
Women cried, to heaven' for help.
Many plunged into the water, prefer
ring drowning to death by fire. .-
Jt was the most harrowing picture
of misery and anguish I ever, wit
nessed. The heat, was so intense Jjian
o one in the fire rone could survive.
It was an appalling climax to a week
fraught', with the , horrors , of war
nd massacre,. . , .. r . , . r
The "French Catholic nuns deserve
nstinted nraise for .their' heroism.
When the fire was at its worst they
Republicans Attacked Of
fices of, the Irish Independent
rushed into i trie ; hospitals, ,and at the
risk of their own lives carried out help
less patienti... y' ',. ,v' ('?.:
-"The American people should be
proud of the va'lor and intrepidity of
theif sailors, who sTiowed reckless un
concern , for, their own security help
ing women aid children to escape."
Refrigerated. '. t -
From a 'story--"She glared icily at
him and his words froze upon his lips."
Boston Transcript.. ,t
Not .the Guerdon, But the Race.
Remember that in the pursuit
ORIEL HOUSE Y . S
i WAS INVADED
Fusillade '; Followed At
tempt to Halt Two Men',
By Free State Troops
Dublin, Sept. 18 (By the Associated
Press). There was much shooting in
various parts" of the city last night.
Offices of the Jrish Independent, guard
ed by free state troops, were attacked.
Republicans invaded "Oriel house, the
offices of the criminal investigation de
partment, killing a detective. '
Two men refused to halt when chal
lenged by free state troops and opened
fire on the soldiers, A motor truck
which arrived was attacked by other
armed men in the vicinity. A lieuten-
' Sant and sereeant of the free state
m tne pursuit or . ...., .
happiness, the-happiness generally Ilea 1 1?1 wer -d0. " ."? uregu
in the pursuit". Boston 'Transcript. ' Mar was killed and two captured.
B a vEtreath
Is Usually Due to'
When you are conatipated,
not enough of, Nature's
lubricating liquid is pro
duced in, She, bowel. to keep
the i food waste soft and
moving. Doctors prescribe
Nujol because it acts , like
this natural lubricant and
thus replaces it.i . i
N u J o I is ; a
. a .medicine or
Try it today.
' Belfast, Sept. 18, Figures given out'
here, to-day on the fatalities in the
Belfast disturbances 'since July 21,
1920, show a. total of 43t) .. persons
killed, of whom it is stated IBS were
Protestants and 247 Catholics. Since
January 1, .1922,- .the, .figures give 92
Protestants and 133 Catholics killed.
A lUBRlCANT-WOT A LAXATIVE)
"; 1 Landlubbef on Deck, i, ;
Although,. he had npver.been to st'8
before the landlubber got a job as a
deck-hand. . The vessel was four day
ou,, when a member of the crew lost
his equilibrium white admiring the
bouhding main and fell inLjo it.
The landlubber hurried to the Cap
tain and told him what had occurred.
The latter Ui loose a string of expres
live adjectives, and told the new man
to throw a buoy to the drowning man.
In less than two minutes the man
returned, gasping for breath, and blurt
ed out. ' . ' " ; -.- r
"Please, sir, I couldn't catch the bitoy
at all, at alt, so I threw the Chink cook
overboard." PIttsbirrjr Chronicle Tele
graph: -: --'' '.'-,.
"' . Breezy,..; -.,.1
."She (at' the fneatrer It's frightfully
clooe in here.' j - - - '
' He Cheer up! The orchestra" will
change the air in a minute. Boston
Transcript. '"' ' ' '
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Ask your Moxie Jobber by phone,
letter,1 wire or personal interview,
about the Moxie Display now on. lie ,
sure to sign an Order C for the first
representative of - an authorized
Moxie Jobber who calls on you.
I By F. M. Archer.
Sept 13, 1922. -
We have a new discovery for
making false teeth that fit tight
by a new suction method, only $lft
We do not use plaster for taking
impressions as the new, miction
method is more pleasing and easy
for the patient.
JJ-K gold crown only $6; other
dentists ask $10.
Fillinge and bridgework by the
new ialay method. Price reason
able. , .
i' Professional nurse attendant.
Hours: Daily 9 to 5; evenings T
to 8:30; Sunday by appointment.
- HEAT THE AIR FOR YOUR SURFACER AND
V " SMALL TOOLS WITH A
TESTED AND APPROVED RY THE
. NATOINAL HOARD OF UNDERWRITERS
, The Cushman Company
Rarre, VU Tel. 205 '
Business Arrested Store Closed Business Suspended
( ..... I . ' lr
' , . . ; The Entire $33,000 Stock of .
; The Barre Bargain Store v ;
r'. :Z ,' " : North Main Street '- -
TURNED OVER TO ANDREW FRANKLIN TIBBETTS
Who is here with Authority to Make a Big General Clean Out in" a
few Short Days. . ' -
A Bii? $7,000.00 Realization Sale Is Cominjr.
WATCH AND WAIT
fiET YOUR MONEY TOGETHER
' The Winter Will Be Easier For You
Their Loss Will Be Your Gain. :
THE STORE WILL BE CLOSED TIGHT FOR A FEW DAYS
WAIT AND WATCH
When you cool off suddenly and
when you aleep in a draft, you
gat a Cold. The natural result
is Headaches, , Neuralgia .and .
To Stop the Headache find Work
off the Cold, (. j i
' I - Eeep : in :MiildH 1 i
i ri , .
; ;- ' Take : fc. '
THAT DEPRESSED FEELING
caused by the heat is quickly
relieved by just one dose of Lax
alive BROMO QUININE Tablets.
.- r r , '
Doea not contain any harmful
or hablt-fonning dnigs.
The box beara this signature
That we haye received from the m'akers, :
for Fall and Winter wear,' the most attrac
tive line; of -REGAL SHOES we have ever
. shown. V , ..
And we: suggest that you try a pair,
when you can' select from the full stock.
. . REGALS stand up, wear long, give com
fort and always look well.
Moore & Owens
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Barrels Ladins Clothiers, !
122 North I.Iain St Tel 275-M,
No but yqu can
make the same
- saving by ha vine;
your car travel
twice a far on every
calion you buy. Howl
Equip your Ford with
the 1922 Stromberg
j. Carburetor and Hot
L Spot. It converts every
3 drop of gaa into drir
ing powerfpr your
' 'OfEdal record 51
v 610 tnilet en one
gallon present day low
,,' grade meU . ' ,
't- Starts easily in coldest
Greater power, speed
Make your Ford per
: form like a high priced
is the Sunlight
To all that is healthy ancl,vital
in business, it means increased
v strength and growth; but ad
yertising is a fierce heat which ,
withers and 'consumes that
which is unsound. .
A business which is not a
good business should riot be
advertised. A business which
would not benefit from wide
spread appreciation of its
deals had better acquire a new
set of ideals.
Published bj the Barre Daily Times, in. co-operation
with The American Association of Advertising Agencies,
, We expect to have some coal by October 1st.
This does ilot mean that everyone can get all the coal
they want for winter use. We will deliver this coal as
equitably as possible in small Quantities. Emergency eases
to be taken care of first. ' We still advise buying wood and
Using wood as long as possible. We have plenty of wood
and soft coal. Don't get excited but try and make the best
of a bad situation and we will all help one another.
Phone 450 Calder & Richardson Depot Sqiare
ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES
Bbii t Born Your Goal
-Keep Every Room Warm and Comfortable
: : r with the . . '
Portable Electric Room Heater
.' . These handy little heating units are
the last word in convenience and
;Xx real comfort. They may be carried t
easily from room to room, wherever.
' heat is needed. 4
, A rush of orders when' cold weather
comes may mean unavoidable delay
in delivery. Now is the time to pre -
. pare for cold, weather. ' :
' ! Telephone 3Iontpclier 32 lor Barre 2 1G-R. l -
Montpelier & Barre Light & Power Co.
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