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DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT. SATUJUMi, uvjMimu . . . - , ' .r.iriit i ti ir.l THE BARRE 18, PRINCETON IS FAIRLY SURE With Victory Over, Har vard Team Meets Yale Confidently WHOLE TEAM FIT; YALE STARS OUT Tremendous Crowd Poured Into Princeton Stadium Princeton, N. J., Nor. 18. Princeton tnd Yale meet to-day , in Palmer ttadlum "for the -second contest of the 1022 "big three" aeries. Tbe Tigers urith confidence augmented by, a victory ver Harvard a week ago, were in ex ' silent condition for the game while Tale also was pronounced fit for the .!.. a,ut iha o(fi)tion of O'Hearn md Mallory, backfield stars, who probably will be kept out of the game tecauM of injuries. . . " Alumni followers of the two teams lad gathered in force last night. Early io-day all incoming transportation outes brought fresh throngs and scenes if gala enthusiasm promised spectacle (clipsing any of recent years. The .tadium's capacity of 65,000 was taxed ;o the limit. In fact, it was far from idequate to take care of demands, as ipproximately 200.000 ticket Tequests were received by athletic authorities. DARTMOUTH J3AS EDGE. )a Columbia nl New York Harvard Expected to Down Brown. New York,1 Nov. 18. The Tiger and ;he Bull Dog hold the center of the hn utafffl to da v. Mark- no- the second of this years big .hree" encounters and the title claims if both Yale and Princeton depending nutmm the came in Palmer itadium promises to add a sensational ihapter to tne nisiono riu w vu rridiron classic. ' i ' In other outstanding contests Jet Wson appeared slightly superior to Pittsburgh! Syracuse possessed a ilight margin over Colgate, on past xTformaneesi Penn State, though not ip to last year's standard, was favored Ponnavlvania. Dartmouth was " - iouceded an advantage over Columbia, n a game seheduiea ai w uiu . ,1. . wliila Harvard, starting its egulars, was expected to overpower the itrong urown eleven. Fmm h nonition of favorite u,t;n arm Wum of a nrenonder VI blLKM. ' moo of veteran strength, especially in he backfield. Yale, in the opinion of ixperts to-dav had no better than an rven chance witn, rrmceion. xuc w, Jirough injuries of Charles OHearnand Sill Mallorv. star backfield men, has w.ft a aovarn Mow to the Blue. The New Iliiven foraes, hovewver, lave an edge in backfleld combinations aifhniit Mallorv and O'Hearn. r. trill nnartaf nilntd bv the bril 1 iant Neidlinger, and Including Jordan, r;,i,f H Scott, is capable of a 'ormidable running attack and aerial .flensive. The Yale center trio oss, Lovcjoy and Cmickshank avcr- ( tging around 215 pounds, is the bul- V vark of a powerful line. , Princeton, on the other hand, has a Teat pair of tackles in Treat and Bak lr, the latter a hero of the Harvard rictorv last week. The' Tiger i addition, will carry the attle to Yale while on the crest of a rictorioug wave that has swept Col late, Chicago and the Crimson to de lea t. In the final analysis the uncertain reaks of the game, the shifting luman factor, may turn the tide either Among contests of lessor importance, Cornell will meet Albright in its final rame prior to the clash with Pennsyl rania Thanksgiving day. Georgetown vill battle Burknell and New Hamp ihire will try conclusions with Boston iniversity. EAT LESS HEAT IF KIDNEYS ACHE Take a glass of Salts to Flush Kidneys if bladder bothers you- THE MORNING NEWS SUMMARY Allies warn Germany that she must give satisfaction for what they call "flagrant violations of Versailles treaty. 1 Rafet Pasha, Turkish nation-, alist governor of Constantinople, faces, possibility of removal for -failing to prevent sultan s Bight. , Premier Mussolini wins Ital ian deputies and gets vote ol confidence, using tactics that made him leader of Fascist le- 4 g'unofficial reports reach Lon don of a clash between French officers and Turks at Karagatch. French deputies vote confi dence in Premier Poincare on eve of Lausanne meeting, com munists, , socialists and royal ists uniting for government. - Constantinople hears that Turkish nationalists, will ask Great Britain to return sultan to face trial a hands of Angora government. ' " , Irish laborites ask explana tions for execution of four civil ians by free state authorities. . Thomas A. Edison criticiw-S many college graduates who, he says, object to work "particu,ar ly dirty work." , Metropolitan museum of art, , New York City, announces gift of $2,000,000 wing from Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. DeForest. . President Harding orders in quiry into charge that substi tutes are serving prison terms in several states and hears of specific case at Cleveland. ' Edouard Horemans, the Bel gian, defeats Champion Jake Hchacfer at billiards, 500 points to 321. Paymaster E. F. Decker of Maiden, Mass., refuses to hand over payroll to holdup man, who shoots him in leg and then flees. Clarence Pratt and sister, Elizabeth, and Frederick Howe, of Portland, Me., lose lives in cemetery pond. Operatives of Pacific mills, 'Dover, N. H., at conference with officials end strike, started last February, ' settling on 54-hour week basis and no cut in wage. Dr. O. M. Kline, Massachusetts state commissioner of mental diseases, says Dorothy Gordon, heiress, patient at Waverly in stitution, is in need of further treatment. He declares she pre fers to remain at institution at present, LAST SIGNAL PRACTICE. For Middlebury Team Lasted Only 15 Minutes. Middleburv. Nov. 18. Coach Dave Morey ran the Middlebury varsity thrnuffli fifteen minutes of siirnal drill yesterday applying the finishing tnosilioa tn a urMk- if intensive nractice. With Gallagher, right end, reporting in good condition aiter a case oi iunn ;n Knvntnr. linesman, who has been out since the Norwich came, back and Papke, regular quarterback, in nlpndid condition, and readv with his old-time pep to drive his teammates nn tha varaitv will annaa? it. its best The squad was dismised immediately arrnr a. utile nv ine raaciu Last evening the entire squad of thirty-four men were the guests of fr 'I j 11,1 n Uimn at a f not hall ban quet in Hepburn hall, while football enthusiasm nem sway at me rauy hannuet in the MeCulloueh evmnasi- um. Charles L. Leonard, '95, acted as toastmaster. President Paul D. Moody, Judge Homsi L. Pkeels, "98, of Ludlow, . a . a in i ji. Kennetn m. uornsm, io, oi jiiume- bury, and Coach Dave Morey, spoke. BROTHER VS. BROTHER. And Twins at That Will Clash In Har- vard-Yale Freshmen Game. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 18, Twin Kvr.4Kari will fara arh nthp.r when Harvard and Yale freshmen line up lor their loothau game nere 10-uay. Martin iknvl will wear the Crimson uniform while Eugene will fight for the Blue. The boys' parents, Mr. and Mrs Eugene Daniel of Greenland, A. H., will be at the game. TENTH ANNUAL RACE. LEAGUES START A WEEK LATER According To Instructions Sent Out By League Heads HOPE TO AVOID BAD WEATHER Season Will, Therefore, Be Extended For a Week " rating too much meat may produce kidney trouble in some form or other, aoii.lmnvn authority, because ;he uric acid excites the kidneys, they xcome overworked; get slugginh; clog anl mhim all aorta of distress, par- i. nlarlv backache and misery in the ri.4n.ir mnuiii! rhoumatic twinues, se rere headaches, acM stomach, eonatlpa ;ion, torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder nd urinary irritation. back hurts or kid .,. amnt arlinff riirht. or if bladder Sothers you, get about four ounces of Jad Raits from any gooa pnarrna'y-. Knit a tahli-iKxinful in a class of wa ;er before breakfast for a few days ind your kidneys may then act fine. This famous nalta is made from the iid of rrioes and lemon fuioe. com- Sined with lithia, and has been used for svnorationa to flush cloffired kid Rn anrl aiimnlata tKrm to norma! ac tivity; sImj to neutralire the acids in the urine so that it no longer Irritates thus often ending bladder disorders1. .lad Salt cannot injure anyon; make a deliphtful effervescent litfcia air ArinV a hich anillions of men and romen take now and then to h lp keep ;he kidney and urinary organs clean, thus often avoiding serious kidney dis orders. adv. rr rrnaa-Countrv Championship Of New England To-day. Boston. Nov. 18. Massachusetts i-iit,.ti nf Technoloev ruled a favorite for the tenth annual Aew r,ulBnH inien-nllpiate cross country championship run over the Franklin field course to day. The same tam that, ripfeatrd Dartmouth ad Harvard was ready to start for the institute JLLI. HOCKEY COACH. A. L. Blacklock of Queens University, Kinitton, Ont. IS A. L. Blacklock. eraduate'and former coach of Queen umvrraitr. Ajnesion. vnv., n annninlufl hlKkrV COSCh for MaSSB ri,na.ii, Inatituta of TechnolueT. He succeeds Jvd l'owers, now uocaej tor lor rennsyivania. Do You Need a Good Blood Medicine And for tremble of your Stomach, Kidnevs and Liver? For the very best that medical ikU can make, , Tri st has been usej In hundreds ol home f .r nearly fifty years, That has proved its value fcy rorderfnl record of sacyww, Take Hood s ParsaranUla. It vO pnnfy yotir tlood, five rnn a rxi arpet" prrtnsrtte aeeimiianon. bo: 1 too cp and put yo in good Cor.diuo fe tfe season. Of4 llood't baraaparUIa tcay. the be FanninK a Cood Trade to Learn. The farm offers peculiar advantages for the training of youth in hand and b.art a well as head. The boy on the k.a !- tafore him the exper ience of his father, and haa always at hand th tools of his father's occupa tion. He has the great opportunity to work side by side witn in saniea nwn . 4 t .raft at DM of tl) World's moat honored occupations. He should be impressed with the dignity and tinnor Anm ta that occupation and with i.. V, ich rami in eelf -re liance and self respect to tbo successful tiller ot tha soil ITie farm tirl too has a great op port unity, for nowhere is woman ao ctoariT in iu. im -a, the family's bread as on the farm. . ... . -.. i The larm gin in ine aurnen. ysrd and dairy finds opportunitie for education in it broadest sense, which Bo city girl may know. TTVarmr of the rTent feneration hth thia duty to the future that he shall do his share to train for the com ing generation men and women of strong bodies and Iwaltby mind fitted to carry forward the great proeressiv rr"CTm whic.k arncuUnre fac. Ia no pi' can be di thi ao well as on hi fsrm an4 in hi own family. Hi a $Ttt heritage and he o it to civilization to ee that it is rd ' . 1....I. Ikat ara H:'A : -. t - i it vamurf ; :mu.ar.t. so it l f Ur rv in Farm Life. "1 as e'd-r pP' Chicago, Nov." 18.-Major league baseball fans will probably have to wait a week longer than usual to see their favorites at play next season, na notices were sent oul to-day by Presi dent Ban Johnson of the American leaeue and President Hcydler of the National league that the season will get under way April 17. This action was taken, it is said, at the request of the club owners who hoped to avoid bad weather, and ben nfit thir oliiHii hv a week' additional training. The season will, according to the notices, uieretore, close vex. i or 8, instead of Oct. 1. The inaugural date in past years has been on Wednesday, while thn coming season it will fall 'on Tne da v. Spring exhibition games wui ie booked to fill the extra week of tho training period, it is said. , DEATH SOMEWHAT SUSPICIOUS. Wm. Pinkard, Colored, Found Lying in Highway, Died in Hospital. TWnnincrton. Nov. 18. William Pink ard, colored, who was found lying un conscious in the highway near North Pownnl TiirhHhv nii?ht. died earlv Fri day morning at Putnam Memorial hospital here. Peath was stated to be due to pneumonia. Pinkard is known to have been living recently in Troy, N. V.. and it is also known that he left that eitr, Tuesday with an automobile party oi negroes on their way to work at the power construction project in Whitingham. ; ' - . About OCIOCK luesaay evening uc was discovered near the farm of the late A. B. Garduer in Pownal, was tak en to a nearby nouse wnere u wa examined by a Pownal physician. Ao evidences of violence were aiscovrreii. The Pownal selectmen notified State t Attorney George A. Mathers of Ben nington who advised that Pinkard be sent to the hospital here. Ao trace has yet oeen luunu m m with Pinkard when he left Troy an dthe driver of the car has not been located. Finkard may have fallen from the automobile but the absence of any evidence of injury ...lii, Kit)i tha cnuntv nrosecut- ing officer and the hospital physicians. SOUTH WOODBURY k T. Tlonlamin. who recentlv under- .4 .m Aiupatinn for annonnicitia at wriiii an .vjm i ww.i -r, the Fanny Allen hospital, returned to his home here last llinrsaay. , Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ainsworth have purchased of M. V. Clark the place which ne recently puraiu Wells. Mia Lucv Sabin of Burlington spent the end of "the week wit hher mother, Mrs. Satira Sabin. Mr. and Mrs. James Odgers of Hardwick were recent visitors at A, Ainsworth s. nr.. f v. Wells of Shelbume is slaving for a time at the home of Mrs. Nellie Goodell. ., atis- Taw of TTardwick srenl Mveral days last week with relatives; and friends here. T? xr Itanium in of Barre spent Satur day and Sunday with his parens. Ptanlev Hall has returned to nis school work at , Montpelier seminary fter a week's stsy at Home on account ,f trouble with his eyes. . NitlonsLlko Aunt Caroline, At a recent banquet in Washington, c Mfllnn said. Knirlana ana America are paying their way, but I could name one or two counirira n. flnsnclal policy is very little better than Aunt Carolines. Poor old Aunt Caroline!" saia a voung colored girl. "She was in a bsd way when I ssw her las enen n . Cold as it was she didn t hah a nicuei in de house to, buy coal. "Dat's too bsd!" said a second col ored girt "Has she got eoal now I "Veh." "How'd she get it!" "She done pswn de stove." Boston Trsnscript. , . JV. -y" jfl I . The Sttmdard of Comparison i Fancy Knit VESTS These are real English patterns." Fhey are wearing ies in great nu mber. 'em in the cit- The Buick They Judge By The Model "45" Six Cylinder Touring- 1195 Better Body Construction Braces In the body frames of Buick open models are bolted through the wooden frame work instead of being merely acrewed into it Bolting thee braces prevents the Joints from loosening and driving strain. Note how tha braokat for the windshield post is bolted in una plaoea, making it absolutely rigid. In mounting the bodice on the chassis mora bolts are need to secure the body. The famous Buick five-passenger, six cylinder open model today, as in past years, sets the standard of automobile value. It is the motor car by which others are judged because it represents the best of each year s developments in mechanical refinements, ap pearance and riding comfort. The Buick Model ,,45M combines the charac teristic Buick qualities of performance and stability with distinctive beauty and a com pleteness of appointments not to be found elsewhere. We'll be pleased to give you a demonstration any time. Th Buick Lint for 1923 Comprise Fourteen Model Pour PM. Roadatw. 86S; S Pa-. Tourlnl.tSSS; J ha, CounaSim- S Pau Sedan. 1J9S: 5 Paaa. Tounna Sedan, SlTff' S2P".der;$U7S;$PaT.nne $1195i ' Paa. Taurine. Sedan, $19S! P" Sedan. $W8Si 4 Pa. CoT $iSTf KiTTiurina. $143Si I P Sedan SJIM: " SpoFoadttar, 16i Sport Tourtnf. 11675. Pf t. ob. Buita faetorie. A.k about ti O. M. A. C Purcha Plan, which provide fat Dafcttad Pajnacait. , D-Se-IS-NP Few stores carry 'em. Young men especially have taken to them kindly. $6.00 oore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes i Barre's Leading Clothiers, T 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. M in I n nu ii i ii is sim irrmrTaaaM BATTERIES H. G. BENNETT Barre, Vt WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM WATERBURY Mrs. John R. Dillon has returned Bain from the Fanny Allen hospital, where she has been for radium trest ment. She is very appreciative of all the kindness shown her by different people. t ' Yesterday the DuxTiury home bu reau enjoyed a rejrular Thankupivin dinner, with roat chicken end all the 'nxin's" with Mrs. Frank Towns and Mrs. Forrest Harvey. Seventeen were present, the dinner beinff arranged in honor of Mis Boice, who met with this local for the lact time as home demonstration agent. Miss Boice hss been a great favorite with the Dux bury home bureau, both because of ber pleaaing personality and practical ! Bidwell, Mrs. C. D. Swss-y and Mrs methodi of work. It is a matter of , Wilt-ie Bri-brin. The candy table was Zl rem-et fc that she Is to leave i bandied, by Mrs. C. B. Adams, m. . s . - -.!:.-!. . ..1. f a llarri. ana JUT". JV,U1I l.,.. ah u aa nrpai'llted a D1C tur) of Camel s Hump, the prcident, Mrs. Leiter Hills, making a very ap propriate spewh, to which Miss Boice touchingly responded. Tuesday evening the ladies' union of the Congregational church put on a most successful hioken-pie supper, this being an annual event. Over 200 partook of this, the stipppr being in charge of Mrs. W. B. Clark and Mrs. (1 t Avers. Ue co rat ion oi rn ami i - - . . bittersweet adorning the tables. Ic- . . . . ntiitnni war In charire oi Mrs, u. n GRIP THREATENS INFLUENZA SEASON AT HAND Taki Ever) Precaution Ksw This is the influenia eaon. ' A few case have already made the'r appearance, and although doctors be lieve that the epidemic of the past few year may not a'ppear this year, th-y urge greatest mtkn. Cold flhould t r e a te i promptly. Tbe j oner of reit a nee should be kept normal. For both theae j purposes Father jjohn' Medi cine has great value. The bai of Father John's Medi cine is cod liver oil rientifiral:y ir.i-rrd ni in COAL We have a limited amount of Lehigh and Lackawanna Coals in all sizes. You must remember that we' will not get all the Hard Coal we want this season and much soft coal and wood will have to be used. We have plenty of soft coal and wood. We are offering a limited amount of Mixed Round and Second Growth Wood at $4.00. Hardwood Slabs and Edgings at $3.50. Call us up 150. Calder & Richardson, BPjaafjlfjWSaMIMI Buy Your VACUUM CLEANER As you do your car. On Specifications and Performance. No two cleaners are alike. They vary greatly in what they cost to make ; they range widely in efficiency ; they dif fer much in strength and lastingness. The Hamilton Beach Mfg. Co., are staking everything on the efficiency and quality of this machine. There are other cleaners that have a beating brush. There are other cleaners that have strong suction. But only the Hamilton Beach has both. Try One and Be Con vinced. Barre Electric Company Tel 93 aaaaaaawaaaa f "ggya leigh; the apron table by Mrs. L. II. Whitnev, Mis Alice oeapurj mm ... Robert Perry, and the fsncy table by Mrs. W. 11. Seabury and Mrs. V. H. B. Perry. A fine sum was netted for the treasury of the ladies' union. "Grandma" Oleason is very fine again after a period of not feeling so well. . Mrs. Nellie Bates of Burlington has been with relatives in town. The joint meeting lat Friday eve nf th Hrnatia and Pierian clubs m. Unit ed States senator, was educationsl in deed, as he told of the history and the working of different tariff bills. Wa terbury is alwa;-s pleased to hear her honored townman and to shake hands with him. He was pleasantly intro. duced bv Mrs. B. R. Demeritt, presi dent of" the Hypathia club. Musical numbers rendered were vocal solos by Mrs. Harris Metcalf, with violin obli ptto by Mrs. Charles Parker, Mrs. Bur ton Luce and readings also, 8upt. M. H. Willis; vocal duet, Miss Ptella Griffith and Mrs. Ernest Joslyn, and ! music by the high school orchestra, i Accompanist, Mr. D. W. Cooley and m 1 T k.-mlflt .MTU. U. it I'Wii". How long should a battery last? That depends on the make of battery and the treatment it re ceives. Whatever make of battery you have in your car will live its maxi mum life if you will let us taka care of it. -; Our advice is free,ourrepair work is scientifically done, our prices are sensible. When will you call? Harvey & Mower The Long-Life Battery For Vour Car ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES prepared with &het iwh a war tbst it ; .i . ..r SmI &nd trerirth. othe , tli bcatir-g t e. and b'p ta ' driv S YnifDiu wte mttcr. It it" " w n-Mii r"''i" fc f w eh;;.trr -adv. We Do Dyeing FURS We uteam Plush Coats We are prepared to do any kind of remodeling and re nairinjr of Furs and Fur Coats. We have a full line of Fur Trimmings and Linings for Ladies' and Siena Coats m stock. Work done in a reasonable length of time. All work guaranteed. . , Open evenings. Walter Krlnovitz Tailor and Furrier. Tastman BIk. Over UttleGeld's Musk Store. 1S2 X. Main SU Thone 192-J. tflxtfom Electric WasktUixhint How See this wonderful-new- all metal Thor Beauitf ully Clean! That's what you will say when your washing is done vithvthe THOR Electric Washer The THOR has reduced the day-long labor of wash-day to a few minutes of pleasant, light operation. ' The THOR Electric Ironer finishes the work, and leaves the most delicate gar ments and fabrics as fresh and sweet as the most skilled laundress could do them. The THOR is built entirely of metal, on strong, durable lines for life-long service. Let us do your next week's washing and laundering the THOR waw and tell you about our Easy Payment Plan. Telephone Montpelier 324 or Barre 246- R. Montpelier & Barre Light & Power Co.