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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE,. VT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922.
LANDIS FIGHTS BASEBALL POOLS Declares the Gambling on Games Is Killing the Game i - BY CREATING ' PUBLIC DISTRUST In the Integrity of the Sport As Played in Leagues Louisvilte, Ky., Dec. 7 Organized banc ball must wage a fight against the operatioin of pools for betting on re suits of games Jft order, to give the public tangible evidence that there is no connection between the mampula tions of gamblers and the playing of the game, lommissiorrer i-anuis voia major and minor league representatives last nigjit at ft banquet. "Tim filching of money from office bovs. torter and clerks, by baseball ooerators." Jndire Landitt said, "is tit lowost, slimiest form of criminality 1 have ever observed and I have bad some observation ef crooks. "The Dool is not aimed at the throw ing of games, but f this thing is not fought out th public will get it into its head somehow that theere i sa con nection and that is why we have got to aa to the mat with this thing. I call on yon to get into this fight. We are ruiinna an institution that those fel- lows are using aa an instrument for the despoilment of society. There is no exquse that I will take from any quar ter for failure to stamp Wis out.' Commissioner Landis offered the guir gestion that tha joint meeting of th major leagues be combined with the na tional association meeting in we future. He stated that he would try to visit ft larger proportion of teams this year. MALLORY, YALE CAPTAIN. Star Fullback Chosen to Lead Eleven Next Year. ' New Haven, Conn., Dec. 7. William N. Mallory of Memphis, Tenn., itar fullback on the Yale football team, was elected captain of the varsity for next season at a meeting ot the team here Inst night, succeeding Captain Ralph E. Jordan of Bangor, Me., who will be graduated from the college next June. -, John Davis Schoonmaker of Kings ton, N. Y., was elected manager, while James Ferguson Burns of Colorado Springs, Col., was elected assistant manager. Thomas' PeJer Richardson of Fhiladelphia was elected freshman manager. KID M'COY IN BANKRUPTCY; Hat Debti ef $9,056.57 and Asset of Three Good Suits of Clothes. Los Angeles, Calif., Dec. 7, Norman Kelby, known in the boxing world as Kid McCoy, motion picture actor and eight times a husband, has filed a peti tion in bankruptcy in the United States district court nere. Me listed his liabilities at $9,0fl6.57 and his assets as $200, or three good, suits of clothes. , ' SHANTUNG SETTLEMENT. THE MORIS ING NEWS SUMMAPX i Ambassador Child at Lausanns, speaking for United States, Ji full access tcr Black sea in peace and lit war". ;. V Tchiteherin declares allied pro- Dosal for rreHlation of Turkish I straits is directed against Russia and will eompe her to arm for de fense. Joseph. P. Tumulty, after three months' stay with injured daugh ter in Munich, defends Bavarians and denies they discriminate un duly against foreigners. British steamer t'lyne Rock col lides with American liner George .Washington off Dover, England; damage not revealed. London; report that Gabriels D'Annunzto i seriously ill at Gat done.. . Germany will ask allies ta ap prove International gold loan for stabilization and cash reparations payments. Clemenceai recalls old times in his visit with Woodrow Wilson and describes their meeting as af fectionate, ; , . Representative ef American Farm Bureau federation, in speeca at Burlington, says average net income of American farmer will be less than $415 this year. Mayor of Montreal declares burning of Catholic institutions in Canada is work of fanatk's, who, he believes, are not Protes tants and have need Ku. Klux Klan as cloak, , - Frieda Hemp!, singer, reports that her New York apartment has ' been robbed of jewels and other articles worth at least S25.000. James (X Penney, head of S7I stores in 29 states, takes out siu gle life insurance policy of $1,500, 000, making his total life insur ance $3,000,000. Generals Pershing and Dawes at Chicago appeal lor suppression of radicals, deeper patriotism and more powerful Unit, J States army. Indianapolis mayor announces sanity test for all persons arrest' ed for automobile speeding. Governor Russell of Mississippi in federal court denies charges made by woman stenographer in suit for 9100,000 damages. Steamer Ilemrlch Kayser -ails HAD TO LEAVE 20 MEN AT SEA After Four Days of Un successful Search for Fishermen ONLY HOPE LIES IN RESCUE BY STEAMER Not the Slightest Trace of Wreckage Has Been Found' Prince Rupert, B. C, Dee, 7- A score of men were given up for lost when ' government cutters and fUhing crafts returned last night after days of unsuccessful search for four flailing vessels long over due at this port. Three of . the missing boats were sailed by Americans and one by Ca nadians. The missing craft are the Morcngen, Washington and the Convention, which carried the United States flag and the Canadian boat Valorous. Each carried a crew of six. Not the slightest trace of wreckage of any of the ships was found by the searchers. The only hope lies in the possibility that the missing men have been picked up by a large steamship which has not yet been beard from. f -' CAUSED NEAR-RIOT. At Drcak GREEK SHIP GETS WARNING NEARLY KILLED BY INDIGESTION Not To Attempt To Land: "FfOlt-a WveS" Restored HItTI Greek Refugees at American Port up congestion Exposure then painful chest with a tight, clinging cold. Don't let that develr.pt Break op the congestion and you are relieved of your cold.. Apply Sloan's. Don't rub. It fentiratetmVt . right into the sore spot, warms it up, guru the blood coining and going. This simple, effective action banishes the congestion. Trulr, "Tk World' Liniment." Slowi 'seism backache, neuralfis, soro, sehinir biuscIm, rhrumattc twinires all tin pains at congestion. Sloans Lteiment- fek pain BECAUSE QUOTA IS EXHAUSTED and I had terrible heart burn. to Perfect Health Booth Rot alto, Vkiwont. "About three years ago, I began to sufferwith Indigestion. Foodsoured in my stomach, causing me to belch; The Steamer Acropolis la . Already Headed For New York I was knocked out and good for nothing, when I read about "Frult-a-tives" and gent for ft box. To tnjr surprise and gladness, I noticed im provement and I continued the use of "Frnit-a-tives" or "Fruit Laxo Tablets" with tho result that a dozen boxes made me feel li k ea new person ". . CHAS. F. II ART WELL, GOc a hot, 6 for $2 50, trial she, 25c. An Exception. A fool and his dough are soon parted, Is a saying we picked up at school ; But what of the gTasping old miser? He's surety one kind of a foot 1 Boston Transcript. Wnen Impromptu Speaker Asked Bor ah Why American Flag Absent. Boston, Dee. 7. As an eeho of the visit to Boston last Saturday of Sen ator William E. Borah of Idaho, May. or Curley yesterday instructed city eenxor, John M. Casey, to see to it that the American flag is displayed wnen FIERY, ITCHY SKIN SOOJHED WITH SULPHUR Washington, I. C, Dec. 7. (By the Associated Press, The tribulations cf the Near East have presented a new dilemma to the American government I -A dealers or from FRUIT-A-TIVES by developing a prospect that port of- Limited, VijU&JXbiiUmj, pi.x. j ficials at New York soon may have on ' 11 ' ' "" " their Hands a, shipload or Ureelc re- Declares Best Way To Learn Swimming fugces whose entrance into the United Is On Land ' States is forbidden, by the immigra- The best way to learn to swim is on tion laws. the land, says George H. Corsan, swim- , thm (-,, !,mif ming director of the Brooklyn Central As the Greek mimfgration quota has a A tbg motionAown flrj)t been exhausted, the immigration Rnd tllPn yoxlu know what to do when hureaa has laid the case before the i vou ,t lnto the water, he tells his state department which in turn hasjpUpi . . - instructed the African consul at or'ilin AoleB on tne caligtheni sys Gibraltar to remind the master of the tem. He lines the novices up as a Acropolis that he may incur heavy ag,um c, puts them through nam. is mpz vo .ana ms . the motiong in i, 2, 3, 4 style, and ien re,r. Mitmmu pun. , ina( them jum Jnto the wat.r. A man. takmir his first lesson, couM THE GEO WASHINGTON DAMAGED burn more about swimminir in the mid ,'dle of the Mojave desert than he could in womsion wita steamer uyns xock in the middle of t.'ie Atlantic ocean. Mentho-Sulphur. a pleasant cream will soothe and heal skin that is im-' bound rom Plymouth for Bremen, is Was Able to Proceed. London, Dee. 7, (By the Associated Press), The steamer George Washing ton was damaged by a collision with the British steamer Clyne Rock near) Goodwins island in the strait of Dover! last night, but was able to proceed on I t I ; i : - j . I nrr luuriirr. urcoruinE mj mavices irom Deal to-day. The extent of the damage to the George Washington, which was stve Corsan. New York Snn. OUCH! LUMBAGO! RUB PAINS FROM SORE, LAME BACK tated or broken out with eczema; tbat or assistance, reporting adrift .n K P"blie meeting is held in this ji, covered with ugly msh or pimply leavy sea on Atlantic. ' . . .. . I or is rough or dry. Nothing subi-ics heavy sea on Atlantic, Massachusetts motor ' vehicle fees for 102&, up to Nov. 3(1, placed at !P5,GSi,527. Kearly 100,000 more registered cars than last year. 1 Twenty-five thousand passen gcrs and 30 trains tied up one hour by failure of air pressure eysum on interlocking switches, outside North station, Boston. One un identified man slips through a "jackknife" drawbridge after leav ing train and drowns in Charles river. MRS. PHILLIPS STILL FREE. While Authorities Run Down Reports in Various Quarters. Los Angeles, Dec. 7The house of Ed T, ("Gold Tooth") Johnson, pro moter . or At the dose of Senator Borah's ad dress in Symphony ball, in which he advocated 'immediate recognition of the Russian soviet government, John L. MacDonald, who said lis was chair man of the "Boston City Committee for Americanization," mounted the stage and asked the speaker why the American flag was not displayed at the meeting. A near riot followed and MacDonald was given police protec tion. Senator Borah explained that wherever he spoke "American princi ples were represented. In his letter to the censor yester day Mayor Curley said that MacDon ald had taken a proper stand. . STOTf'E Reached by Japan and China According to Washington Agreement. Peking. Dee. 0. (By the Associated Press), China and Japan laet night completed settlement of the Hhantung controversy as outlined by the terms of the Washington treaty. China agrees to pay Japan forty mil lion yen for the (Shantung railroad. The payment will be made in IS year Chinese treasury notes bearing inter est at six per cent. In addition Uiina pays 10,000,000 yen for all public properties located in the Kissochow district. Civil and military administration will be turned over to China on December 10 while the Shantung railway will be transferred to Chinese authority on January 1. POSTAL RECEIPTS CROW. A program appropriate to the Amer ican AtiLpiitirtfiAl WMk u carried itit a new resort at lilusna, . ,h. ..Mmhlv ronm on Wadtusdav Lower California, was the objective mrninir at Mtowa hurh school. Richa'd to-day of the posse headed by Sheriff s. Straw of the senior class presided. Treager which left Los Angeles last iapert were read by Ailie Macleaa on niunv in sercn oi airs. viar rniuips, i he History of the American ns:" "hammer murderess," who broke jail jy Catherine Collins and Dalton Wells Tuesday while under a ten-year prison OB "Literacy in America.' Readings sentence for killing ; Mrs. Alberta wer given by Mr. Straw and E. Forbes jiesoows. .. i Uim. "Tlia American Crsad." bv Johnson was said to have formed a r.rolra Pike. Edith Holden and Donna friendship .for Mrs. Phillips while he Oakes. Velma Cochran accompanied wmm in me cuunvy jsii mi summer, tie patrlotlO songs Dy tbe school. wiii lasrn into cuiuraj iani ni(iii. fiery skin eruptions so quickly, says a noted skin specialist. The moment this sulphur preparation is applied the itching stops aud alter two or three applications, the eczema is gone and the akin la delightfully f clear and smooth, buiphur is so prec ious as a skin remedy because it de stroys the parasites that cause t:ie burning. Itching or disfigurement. Meb-tho-Sulphur always heals eczema right up A small jar of Rowles Mentho-i!-phur may be had at any good drug store. adv. unknown I tie Clyne Hoe Ice was as sisted into Dover with her stem badly cracked. WIDOW MANX GETS ALL, Estate of the Late Congressman Esti mated at 2oo,ooo. Chicago, Dec. 7,Mrs. Emma Mann. widow of the late Congressman Janice R. Mann, who died several days ago in Washington, will inherit his entire estate with an estimated value of,$2no,. 000, according to his will to he filed for probate this week, George W. Mil ler, attorney for the family, has an nounced, j Back hurts you T Can't straighten up without sudden pain, sharp aches and twinsresT Now listen! That lum bego, sciatica, or maybe from a strain. and you 11 get relief the moment ou rub your pack with soothing, penlrat ing St. Jacobs Oil. Nothing else takes out soreness, lameness and stlfTnem so quickly. You simply rub it on your back, and out comes the pain. It is harmless, and doesn't burn the skin. Limber up! Don't suffer! Get a small trial bottle of old, honest St. Jacobs Oil from any drug stove, and alter using it just once you II forget that yon ever had backache, lumbago or sciatica, because your back will nev er hurt, or cause any more misery. It never disappoints, and has been recom mended for 60 years. adv. r In 50 Selected Cities During the Past November. Washington, D. C. Dec. 7 Postal receipts at AO selected cities last nmnth averasred 13.7 a per cent more thai those of .November. IU21, the postof ftVe department has announced. None of the fiO cities reported a decrease, while at 13 the gain was greater than 20 per cent. Women Need More and Better Blood To be strong, well, enaJ to demands of home, society, office or shop. It Is a Jact proven bv thousands of grateful letters that llood's Sarsa parilla is remarkably beneficial to yonng or older women. me most common ailments of women drain and weaken the svstem and sometimes result in anemia, ner vous weakness, general break-down. . Hood 'a Sarsaparilla gives tbe blood more vitality and better color, makes StrongHr nerves, and contributes to (be length and enjoyment of life. Tie- 0 Christmas Seal nrr u u pending developments in the search for Mrs. PhlUips. The sheriff's office announced early to-day it had received a telegram from Sheriff Pinrock at Ogden, Utah, stat ing he was positive Mrs. Phillips was aboard a train which passed through Ogden shortly after midnight. that train , and one other were searched at Laramie, Wvo., but no one answering the description of Mrs. Philips was found. It had been reported from other sources also that she and a blonde friend ' boarded the train at Long Reacli, Cat., and throughout the trip naa Kept to their stateroom. It alo was declared the women were traveling on tickets reading from Long Beach, .CaL, to Baltimore, Md. Other reports reaching the sheriff's office came from umaha, where It was iaid, police officers believed Mrs. Phil lips had been seen kvt night on train hound for Chicago, but it was s4d this was impossible "unless she had fled In an airplane. PRISONER HAD SIX SAWS. At- Discovery Made After Story of tempted Jail Delivery. Los Angeles, Dec. 7, Six saws wer found in Uie possession of E. A.-.Mc- Nabb, held in the Los Angeles count v jail on three criminal chsrges, accord- uig to Mark Bailey jailer. The saus were discovered in a search after the escspe of Mrs. Clara Iliillips when a rumor reached the jailer that certain prisoners wers plotting a wholesale de livery. POLITE BANDIT KILLED. The condition of A. C. Oakes remains critical A. D. Lang has returned from Ben nington and expects to remain here for tbe winter. Among those who attended the 'meet ing of Harmony Pomona grange at Morrievilla Wednesday were Rev. C. K. Haywr3, A. R. Straw, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCarthy and Miss Catherine Mathews. . Mrs. John Croney of Northfield and Clifford Foster of Buffalo, N. Y, have visited their brother, A. W. Foster, and other relatives. C. L. McMahon and daughter. Miss Ruth McMahon, were visitors in Wa terbury Tuesday. H. II. Downer has resumed his du ties ss rursj mail carrier after two mouths' absence on account of illnets. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. McMahon sri passing a few days In Burlington. Mrs. C. A. Riley and dausliter. Miss Lou Riley, were visitors in Barre and Montpelier Tuesday. Mrs. O. C Warner of Swanton is aiding two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Alvab Msgoon, and family. H. E. Shaw has sold the James Mc Allister place at the lower villsee, I which he recently purchased of f rank E. Bailey, to Ward E. Chaffee, taking n exchange the Mgar Adams place. which Mr. Cbafiee recently bought of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Adams of Medford, Mass. Mr. Chaffee hones to take im mediate possession. Frank C. Bedell and family are oc cupying the 1L H. Downer tenement on Bridge street. ' . - Week End. Specials For THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY we will offer the following merchandise. Come in and save during these three days' specials. . Romanetti, the Corsicaa, Shot While Stealing Automobile. Paris, Dee. 7. Disappearance of th last Corsica n bandit of the old type is reported Irom Ajanlo. jvapoleoa Komanetti, who iad held out stralnst I ti.......j. v, than fit! It's rat fif ttkM las laV frsr Iiaa I. ... ; T v . r i.; r . lbv kidnpr or bladder trouble am Important to all Women Readers of this. Paper. never suspect it. omens complaints often prove to but ki idney s 'V I J Hat Figlit TnbereuWij . One Cent Each -f. " U been shot by a gendarme while trying to escape with an automobile belonging' 4 th. at. . S t t . : 1 Corns net u recently protested I " ,f v,. . . . 0.ni.k .w. i iar result iianrj ur uiouurr um- against articles appearing in the Pans press termini; bins a common robber. He was accustomed to treat his victims politely, be said, end even, when cir cumstances permitted, entertain them cordially, after taking their valuables. v Her Relatives ladaded "So you want to many any daughter, If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause theother or gans to become ueasd. Yon may suffer pain in the back. headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes yon nervon, ir ritable and may be despondent; it makes any one so. But hundreds ef women claim that Dr. Kilmer's (Swamp-Root, by restoring health to the kidneys, proved to b chf "I do, sir." Tonne man, bsve yon considered hr jtist tbe remedy needed to overcame family in this mstVrf uri, conditio.. I bare sir. I love sst rn so wnrh 1 n und for a smr bottb. to - . ... ... ! - - 1 a pe wi::ibe in ri up wiib aeytBiee .1 a hat Kwsmn-Rnnt the rrt krff.ir - . - " I ' - i tiirmipghsm Age-Merld. irr and bisdler m-d.Hne. will do jr TTas she wiping thst he should the mtndr of trie tbi drea!" "Yes, f;e rsn drive the er hirst New York San. iwm. uy er-inmr ven eenis to it. Kilmer A Co., Hrr.fchsn.tf. X. Yn yirx bare way rwiit ssmple sise bottle by Psr- i eel Pot. Y'ou csn purt-).ase niediUM 'f." and Urge sire b-'ttlee at all irve sto-es. jr. rssswsywJSBfsrayg LOT 1 One lot of Men's Fleeced Lined ' Shirts and Drawers; regular 75c value, must go at 47c LOT 2 One lot of Men's Fleeced Lined Union Suits; regular $1.75 value, must go at $1.29 LOT 3 One lot of Men's Ribbed Un ion Suits ; regular $2.25 value, must go, per suit $1.39 LOT 4 One lot of Men's 75 per cent Wool Union Suits; regular $4.75 value, must go, per suit $3.19 LOT 5 One lot of Men's 100 per cent All-wool Union Suits ; regular val- ue $6.00, must go, per suit $4.29 LOT 6 One lot of Men's Wool Hose, white and grays; must go, pair.. 49c LOT 7 One lot of Men's Gray Wool Hose; extra heavy; must go, per pair at 69c Come in and get your winter's need at that price. LOT 9 One lot of Men's Sweaters, Heather Mixtures; regular $4.50 value, must go at $2.37 LOT 10 One lot of Men's Brown and Navy Sweaters ; regular $3.75 val ue, must go at .....$2.57 LOT 11 One lot of Men's Khaki Shirts (flannel); regular $3.00 value, must go at $1.97 LOT 12 One lot of Men's Green Flan nel Shirts; regular $3.00 value, rnut go at $1.97 LOT 13 One lot of Men's Army -t Mitts ; regular 75c value, must go at, per pair 38c Come in and look them over and see if they arn't worth the money. LOT 14 One lot of Men's Heavy Cotton Gloves ; 20c value, jnust go, at, per pair 13c Blue wristed. LOT 15 One lot of Boys Union Suits; regular $1.50 value; must go 98c Cotton heavy weights. - Remember, Men, we carry the Rice & Hutchin'g Shoes, guaranteed brand, and very low price. Give us a calL LOT 16 One lot of Boy's Sport Golf Coats; all colors and sizes; regu lar $3.00 values, must go at . . . .$1.97 LOT 17 One lot of Boys' All-wool , Sweaters (Slip-ons), Blue and Brown ; regular $3.50 value, must go at $2.57 LOT 18 One lot Gray Mercerized Hose; regular 35c value, must go at, per pair 22c LOT 19)ne lot of Men's Corduroy Pants; regular $3.50 value, must ) go, at . $2.47 Heavy weight. LOT 20. One lot of Child's Toques; regular 50c value, must be sold out at 19c LOT 21 RUBBERS U. S. and HOOD RUBBERS We have a full line of Mens, Ladies' and Children's Rubbers and Overshoes. Come in and save money on all your Rubber Foot wear. These brand of Rubbers are guaranteed. A new pair for every pair that doesn't prove satisfactory to wearer. LOT 22 Another large shipment of Men's and Boy's Sheepskin Coats which we will save you from 25 to 33 1-3 per cent on ev ery Coat you buy of us. Come in and look them over. LOT 23 Overcoats in latest styles and col ors all tailor made, secured from a large New York concern, which we will put on sale this week. LOT 245 Ladies' Long Tlush Coats, with fur collar and fur trimmings; regular $27.75 values ; must go during this sale, at $14.97 A very good buy. Come in and look them over. It will pay you ladies. Remember Ladies, we carry the College Girl and Jane-Jackson Corsets. A new pair to the wearer if not satisfied. Come in and look them over. Neck Scarfs Here's a gift for Christmas that will delight. There's comfort in 'em. We are showing them in siJk, worsted and ; wool -some imported. They have caught the fancy of the young men and for real comfort older men have taken to them quite as readily. This is a real man's present. Would suggest that every grown male of the family be given one of these scarfs at Christ mas time. , $1.50 to $4.50 Moore & Owens Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main St. Tel. 275-M. i i Give an EVERSHARP for Christmas WHEN you boy en Eversharp you get a pencil that is always ready to write smoothly, e:.v.ily and legibly. And Eversharp gives lifelong : service. For, like your watch, it is designed with jeweler precision. We have Eversharps in all styles, in silver and gold, chased and plain. We sell the genuine Eversharp. The name is on the pencil. j WAHl f I PfLCOVCnf Cummings & Lewis Druggists We Do Dyeing FURS We steam Plush Coats We are prepared to do any kind of remodeling and re pairing of Furs and Fur Coats. We have a full lie of Fur Trimmings and Linings for Ladies' and Men's Coats In stock. Work done in a reasonable length of time. All work guaranteed. Open evenings. Walter Krinovitz Tailor and Furrier. Eastman Blk, Over Littlefield's Music Store. 182 N. Main St, 'Phone 192-J. i is . ri "If you are looking for real Bargains come to the Barre Bargain Store 24S No. Main St Barre, Vt, H. Ziter, Prop. TeL 730. All Mail Orders Filled Buy an Overland an Compare the follow of higher priced cars. Timken bearings; disc base; removable axles; doors; costs less to run. Touring car $525 Chassis 425 f.o.b. d realize the difference. ing features with those Baked enamel finish, clutch; 130 inch spring curtains open with the Sedan $875 Coupe S795 sss2sisssSiS H. F. Cutler & Son TeL 730, Opposite Fire Station V