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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1922.
PRACTICE HARD FOR TITLE GAME Vermont and Middlebury Teams Being Put' Through Paces CRIPPLES READY . TO ENTER GAME Vermont Team Drills Un der Glare of Electric Lights Burlington, Nov. 14. Practice for ' the Middlebury game, the deciding contest In the Vermont state series, which is to be held next Saturday at Middlebury, lias begun in all its in tenive at the University of Vermont . football encampment. Two powerful . searchlights, shedding their brilliant rays over Centennial field, provided . light for Vermont' preparation for . tbis all-important contest, Coach Tom Ready, in tpite of the . enormous score which Vermont piled , up in the Norwich game, and knowing '. the potential strength which Dave Morey's eleven is capable of produe ' ing against the Green and Gold, is . working his squad in secret drill until long after 'dusk. Night signal prae- ' tk-e is also on the week's schedule Vermont is fortunate in injuries this week, having only Fast burn out of the play and barring accidents, the Green 'and Gold will invade the Middlebury bailiwick - with its strongest coinbi nation. No scrimmage has yet . been ; held this week and it is not expected that the coach will dwell much upon this type of play, stressing signal . practice lor the most part. As this is the deciding contest of the state series, both Vermont and Mid dlebury haying already defeated Aor wich, Coach Keady will muster all his skill and grid tricks to outwit the fast 131 ue and v bite outfit. Middlebury, Nov. 14. The Middle bury varsity went through new for . niation to-day in preparation for the struggle with the I Diversity of Yer . niont fcaturday. l he squad came , through the Columbia game without any serious injuries. Riegelman, right guard, was injured early in the game so that he was taken out but there Is no expectation but that he will be able to start Saturday. The remainder of the week will be devoted to the perfection of new for mations and a strengthening of the aerial offensive, In spite of the score of 61-0, rolled up by the Green and Gold against Nor wich, as compared with the 20-0 score of Middlebury with the same team three weeks ago, the college has not lost faith in the ability of its varsity to hold the northern rivals. This THE MORNING NEWS SUMMARY CLEHENCEAU ENJOYS LOAF Turkish nationalist governor explicitly instructed to press de ' mand for full control of Con , stantinople, Angora report' declares. Ismet Pasha, head of Turkish i delegation at Lausanne, assarts that Turkey' essential requesl is that she shall be treated as other responsible governments. ' Premier Poincare agrees ( to meet Lord Curzon, British for eign secretary, in conference preliminary to Lausanne meeting- . Viscountess As tor's campaign for re-election to British Housa of Commons grows bitter and opponent describe her ' as "pussyfoot" because of position on liquor issue. Clemenceau refuses to debate with Jean Longuet on the league of nations and avows "he is go ing to America to talk to Amer icans, not to argue with French men." Egypt moves to have voice in Lausanne conference and seeks to discourage plans of Turkish nationalists to take from sultan his temporal power. British election oratory makes its final stand: Conservatives, Liberal Unionists and Asqiuthi ans unite against labor for advo ' eating levy on capital and na tionalization of industries'. Vigorous attack on French financial administration threat ens cabinet crisis but Premier Poincare hurries to chamber to And that hie supporters have , averted temporary danger. Reichsbank declared ready to advance to German government five hundred million gold marks to stabilize mark if an equal loan can be made from abroad. William Allen White demands trial in Kansas strike poster case, although state attorney general declares he will not pros ecute action. Pennsylvaniawith seven, will top all states in important House committee heads in the ,' new Congress1, unless seniority rule is revoked. Rear Admiral Sims, retired, tells Canadian dub in Toronto that he favors the British "be cause they are good sports." Jake Seliaefer, San Francisco, defeat Erich Hagenlacher, Ger many, 31)0 to X'M in nrsl ot , championship billiard matches at New York, i Hearing of plea of Carl Carle ton for deportation of Pat Som erset, English actor, condition ally closed at Ellis island and papers are to go to Washington for review. , Authorities ' announce that John and Charles Davis, both ers, found murdered at Orford, N. H., on Sunday were killed for their life savings of less than $1,500. Carle Stearns, a Boston news boy, wins Boston newsboyj' scholarship to Harvard. As American-bound Ship Brings Him West "I NEVER SLEPT SO MUCH IN-MY LIFE" Declared the Tiger in Jovial Frame of Mind On Board the Steamship Paris, en Route to New York. Nov. 14, (By wire less to the Associated Press). I Clemenceau Is enjoying a loaf that I comes once in a lifetime. "I never slept so mudi in my life," he said to-day, tie addea tunt he was having a splendid time and that he never felt better. The Tiger's words were confirmed by j his healthy, jovial appearance. KILLED BECAUSE HE WHISTLED. for John Schaefer, 6i; Put on Trial Iowa Crim. Harlan, la.. Nov. 14, John Schaefer, 61, accused of killing Matthew Hetbst, village blacksmith, last June was On trial here to-day.. Schaefer la said to have had a mania against whistling. Boys of tha com munity tormented the aged man by whistling in his presence. Schaefer was quarreling with the boys about the whistling wlien ilrlwt came along whistling. Schaefer is alleged to have killed him .with an axe. NOW HE ENJOYS PERFECT HEALTH Stomach and Liver In Order. Thanks to "Frult-a-tives" 154 EtM St., Lakepobt, N.II, "I realize that I have reached the affo (65) when one often requires fixing up. My digestion was not right and trouble with my Liver" and Bowels caused considerable distress. Last fall, I began taking "Fruit-a-tives" or "Fruit Laxo Tablets", end after using them for a short time, I could see that they were just what my system required. My Liver became active and improvement in every way was apparent". V F. R. ADAMS. SOc a box, 6 for $2.50, trial sise. 25c. At dealers or from FIUJIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBUHG, N.Y. . STEAMER GETS ASSISTANCE The Monte Grappa Sent Out S. 0. S. Calls in Mid-ocean LINER PITTSBURG t - 1 WENT TO HER AID The Former Was Listing to Port in Heavy Seas TUNBR1DGE Wallace Renfrew, Official Tester, 0r- range Co. Cow Test Assn., Dead. News was received Saturday of the death of Wallace Renfrew of Wells River. Mr. Renfrew was the official tester of the local association, was a very , prominent and exemplary youiu man and his early demise has deeply touched a large circle of friends here. - - . Lieut. James L. Farnham camp, No. 88, Hons of Veterans, U. S. A., have arranged with the pastor of the Con gregational church, Rev. J. C. Mitch ell, for a special service next Sunday at the usual hour, 11 o'clock. The camp is expected to attend in a body Veterans of the Civil war will be the j guests of honor. Special music will be provided and the public is cordially invited, v eterana' day has been ob served several years by the Sons of veterans, it being the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George Hamel of 1 the Gettysburg cemetery dedication . . ir i i a. t tf 1 year's outfit is a real fighting team - onipeiier were at airs. Jennie am- i. .r numb., 0f W1 hunters and especially against -the Vermont cl s Armistice day... - took to the tall timher lust week, hut eieven may be trusted to put up a Air. ami iirs. lieorge jJuriee of tfarre we have yet to learn of a success. real Scran fnr the flffltn phflmninnuhin I vI&iImI Xfr an1 Xfm .Tihn TTunr1rann I . ...r. r.... ! v !,. ;..A 41,. Am recently. Tr , ty j c ii -r I vtsaww wi .uib, i Clin luau uniTcj. nuu Trm Hannah TTarlv nf Nnmti if vt. I .. - - - r P . I . M..Af I n I'.n.r irate spent the' end of the week with I New York, Nov. 14. Two matches! her son, Wilbur Hardy. F. V. Tuller was in Brandon, Mid PLAINFIELD NOTES OF SPORTS. are on the second day's program of Miss Effie McLeod of Barre pent d,e,ur3r nd Bristol for a truck load bil- 1 dflva with Mr. A. M. Pate last 0 SPPles. nam tournament. Welker Cochran of week. IWinninir ne,t SmwW the RiMe the international 18.2 balk line Miss Beatrice Spencer of Marshfield I school at the Baptist church will con San Francico meets Roger . Conti, ,.i f . i . 7 am Hrwi, 7uvKd H.. Y .t I p. m., before preach . ' ' 1 . . I r a. 4 : T : i j tloremans, ttelgiau champion, to-night. Jacob Schaefer, 18.2 billiard cham pion, defeated Erich Ifagenlacher, the champion of Germany, 300 to 328, in the first match last night. Mrs. Antonio Bonazzi and daughter, I ln service. Audrey, have returned to their home A. P. Osborne visited in New Hamp in Routes Point, N. V. Mr. and Mrs. shire the first of the week., Mrs. Os v. iAiice accompaniea tnem anantiorne accompanied him as far will spend the winter in New York. White River Junction. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Parks and moth- Arrangements I er, Mrs. Susan Parks, of Barre and and Mrs. N. N. Morse of Ran- New York, Nov. 14 have been completed for the annual I Mr. six-day bieyole race in Madison Square I dolph were callers in town Sunday. liarden, .Manager Jonn m. Lnapman announced to-day. The six-day grind will be held the week beginning Doc. 3 at midnight. George St. Cyr was ill and confined to the house part of last week. Mrs. W. B. Stratton of Montpelier visited her mother, Mrs. E. F. Leav- itt, last week. MiiS Svlvia Mav of Marshfield was Chicago, Nov. 14. Dates for the na tional amateur outdoor sneed kntintr championship race in Chicago have in t4Jwn Saturday. been set for Jan. Zfl, 27 and 28, by the I Mrs. Charles Hudson was in Mont- Western Skating association, it was I pelier Friday on business, announced to-day. Mri Georce Nve and daughters of Kflrrik iwiit th nri nf thik wmiIt witii jaiinn mi, jw, .tui. it. i iib nil w narrnt. Mr. nl Sirs, fianrira St :. 1 t .LAn4:MM :.. ... 1 I - ' - u . ii. ' of the leading amateur gunners of the country entered, opened here to-day. Virtually all the middle western states are reported and gunners are here from far western and eastern states. Sis events at 2,"0 targets were on to day's program. U Y6ur Blood Good or Thin and Watery? Yoa can tell by the way yon feel. You need Hood's Sarsaparilla to make your blood rich, red and pare, tingling with health for every organ. Yon need it if weak and tired day in and day out, if your appetite is poor, sleep nnrefreshing, for hamors, boils, eruptions, scrofula, Mrs. Stella Kimball of Hardwick visited friends in town last week. Ralph Spencer of Barre was in town Saturday. Mrs. Anna Webster of Montpelier spent several days with Misaes Jane and Abba Clark recently. Mrs. Stisan Hovt has returned to her home in Bethel. W. H. Martin, W. B. Lance. Elwin Prescott and Karl Richardson were in Burlington Armintice day. George t incent returned home from Heaton honpitaU Montpelier. Thurs- dav. Fred L. Page of Barre spent the end of the week with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Baldwin. ' Vern Hudson of Marshfield was in Justin s. aiomii I'omona irranire held regular session and biennial elec tion of officers with the local aubordi nate lodge Saturday. PROMINENT PHYSICIAN. prostration. It is simply wonderful town Sa turd r and sold Herbert Tay- to srive strenetn to vour wnoie doov. i"1 .i u. u.n Jt is agreeable, pleasant and con venient to take, and embodies a long-tried and found-true formula. ., QUIT TOBACCO So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit Xo To Bsc has helped thousands te break the costly, nerve -shattering t bacco aabit. Whenever you have a longing for a smnke or chew, just place a hamlest No-To-Rac tablet ia your SDonth instead. All dneirc stops. Short ly the bsbit is eonpletely broken, and you are better off mentally, physically, jlnsnciafiy. It's m eay, so simple. Gst a b .f" No-To Bsc and if it doennl r!ea yon frotn all craving for tv MPCo in any fnim. your dragmt will Mrs. V. A. Bern is spent part of last week in Montpelier with her daugh ter, Ethel Bemis. A son was born Sundsr, Nov. 12. to Mr. and Mrs. Frvin Martin at the home of its grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Switet. Mrs. Waldo Psrkins was in Mont pelier Friday. The seniors presented their play "Deacon Dubbs," Saturday evening to a full house. It was a very good play and presented in an excellent manner by the following students, each having their pert well learned. Eva Wilkin, Edith BaVhelder, Etta Dunklin, Anna Gokey, Carroll Coburn, Rarmond Clark, Ralph Bowen, Harold Hudson. The annual chicken-pie dinner and supper will be served in the church din ing room Thursday, Nov. Id. Come in working clothes if more convenient. Evervbodv welcome; 60c for adults; 30c for children. adv. Dr. J. S. Thomson Died Suddenly in Rutland Sunday. Rutland, Nov. 14, Dr. Jesse E. Thomson, aged 09, one of the oldest practicing physicians in this city and one of the most prominent members of the Masonic fraternity in the state died suddenly Sunday evening at his home. lie ha dattende church that eve ning an dlater visited friends, being tanen in just as ue was about to leave his automobile at his own door. Heart failure was given as the cause of bis death. He was born in Jericho, received his early education at ePoples acad emy in Morrisville, graduated in 1878 from New York university with the degree of M. D., practiced medicine for a time in Cabot and Jericho and went to Rutland in 1882, where he was since practiced his profession. He repres rnted Rutland City in the legislature in 1H80 and was a senator from Rut land county in the legislature of 1808. He also held the office of health officer of the city for many years. Dr. Thomson was one of the found ers of the l;niveralit society in Rut and an dit was largely through his efforts that a church wae erected here. He has been a trustee of the church since it was built. He was made a .l.'td egree mason al a meeting of the Imperial council in Boston in 1894. He baa held practically every office of the local Masonic lodges, wae a past grand commander of the Knights Templar of Vermont, was a well- known Shriner and has been potentate of Cairo temple of this citv and Mount Sinai temple of Moat pelier. Besides hie !wife Dr. Thomson is survived bv one sister. Mrs. A. G. Guyer of Hyannis, Mass. Boston, Nov. 14 The Italian steam er Monte Grappa which sent out callB for assistance from mid-ocean early to-day was in need of ko further aid after the White Star liner Pittsburgh had responded to the call, according to . R . (radio messages received here. The . ' Monte Grappa, which left Montreal on Put some of your hair in the fire.'vov. 4. for Venice. rlYeber position T la. 1 . ..1 1 -11 1 . . uurU. Mowiy, you win nave Utitude 43.12 north, longitude 41.55 ongue it nurns quicaiy, a snort tRt 0T about l m mi)e, eai)t of Ha, one." This ratber common super- jfgJ jj o .nwu.. u. a ... uhi. mat primitive Th p:tf hllri. K-...J frnm v. nnruumrinn . 4-1, t. . M Kl, ' ' ""' " " York to Bremen, changed her course , b r , ion picking up the calls and sent wpri. is found surviving in manv m.Kiern later that she WM standing by the superstitions. " (Italian steamer and was able to ban 00 much was the hair renardud as die the situation. The earlv men the person himself that the ancients ..'.a ,i,a tntl. nn,, a. r,t frequently offered their hair is sacri-; itl(r to mTt ia heaV. . ' Dcejnstead of immolating themselves: The Italian steamer registers 4,461 --which was just as effective and much n. and is in command of Captain uieasanier. in me superstition unner n.jrti; r,; t.. . j" .... - ...... w... wwwbu., uvua vuuuilftllul iuu custom an offering of the hair to the J gods. And as in all sacrifice the dev- otees sought for a aign in the condi-; 2,500,000 Prsons Live in Sahara Des tion of the victim, which was revealed, ert by an examination after sacrifice or in I . , . . . the maner in which that which was aeaen is popularly new to be a sacrificed underwent the operation. Ko region wholly or partly without vege- we see the idea continuing down to us tation, a region that is rainless, usual or a prognostic in me snownees orii .j j , . . ... rapidity of the burnings of the hair. P-T nd f0"11"0"' not habitable. Some anthropologists bold that the! lhl however, ia based upon nir.rino t toil- tr. i,n,u irifr. i error. 1 here ia a failure to reeotftiue inally a vicarious human sacrifice, and ( b f th whether or not a region is came in when human saenflces them- r""""T " selves began to lose their popularity as Jh . development of modern un-uivia vi iiBiiKpuriaiion nas mane possible the maintenance of dwellings and towns with a considerable popula tion at one or even two hundred miles from the nearest supply of water. Even such facilities are not necessary i the sustenance of a population in deserts of the most extreme type, as illustrated by the Kahara, which ha a population of two and a half million. So far as vegetation is concerned the actual number of individuals is much ies than on a similar area in a moist climate. This in fact is one of the chief characteristics of a denert, but it would not be safe to estimate the to tal number of species much below the average numiier. Lastly, it is to be remembered that local topography has little influence on the desert character of a region. Sandy fiats, plains, valleys and rocky hills reaching to such altitudes as to become mountains are included in some desert tracts. It follows as a natural conse quence of the sparse vegetation as one factor that the surface layers of the substratum, being usually dry in arid regions, are readily shifted and worn by wmtla. What, then, is a desert t The term desert may lie applied to areas of the earth s surface which sup port a sparse vegetation of a more or lees specialized character owing to in adequate rainfall or to the unsuitable composition or lack of soil. Of these conditions scanty water supply may lie regarded as of the greatest import ance, and it is to this factor that most deserts owe their existence. Deserts conditions arise in any region in which the rainfall is markedly less Velours Are Right , C 'T The fashionable hat, for both young and nlriaw vo 10 thaVPT flTIW V -jjijii mm I ,-hio . iStartr blood circulating uiudii s uidwa new ircsu muuu . to the aching part scatters con gestion and thus relieves the pain. Stop Buffering, apply Sloan's 1 Slosn's soothes strained m ancle. Re- ' lip vet aching backs, btnp, neuralgia, checks colli in chest. Good whrrevet congestion causes paio. Keep it handy, Sloan's lament-kills pain! They are being worn in greater number '; . this year than ever before. savagery decayed. Washington Star. WOMEN ! DYE AIIYI1G Ml FEW GENTS 0 than the amount of water that evapo-! rates from the surface. As the amount! of evaporation naturally increases) from the polaf regions toward the i tropics and is affected by winds nnd ! elevation, it fellows that no arbi-j tary amount of rainfall may be .des-. ignated as an invariable cause or ac-' companiment of arid or desert condi tions. Thus in certain portions of the trop ic a rainfall of less than 70 inches results in aridity, while some of the most fertile agricultural districts inj the north and south temperate zones , receive scarcely one-third this amount. J And deserts occur in all lof th great! land divisions and reach an enormous' extent in Africa, Asia and Australia.,' The most pronounced desert condi- J tions of Koutht America are found on the western slopes and benches of the. Andes. On locality, that of Copiapo, hna nn nvcraf nrpcinitation of 0.4 inch a vear and so far as known is 1 i . . . . i - u irj New York Herald . , ? We have them i ndifferent shades. Our's are the genuine Velours. it -: DBS fft C "itttrs . 7S7 ' f as i'. -its if - Remember the Red Cross Membership Drive Thursday Nov. 16. '.Old' 3 : Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes , J Barre's Leading Clothiers, r 122 North Main St. Tel.275-M; - ' : L Expressive Criticism, , In Chicago the other day a monu ment was unveiled in honor of Eugene Field. Most of us remember Field mainly for his verses; the onlyl prose remark of his thata we personally can recall offhand is one about an actor . u-ltn In "Ttsr" ttlnvf1 tlm Lint am ST thouurh he was afraid someone would play the Ace.' Boston Transcript. Radio Equipment COMPLETE SETS IN STOCK INSTALLED READY FOR USE 1 1. ' ..-i Call, Telephone, Telegraph. Ve will Bend an expert. Hear through the air all the concerts, foot ball games, speeches recitals, bands, and most everything to entertain for the winter months. . , , "'J REYNOLDS & SON BARRE, VT. 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