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- Dr. T. FELIX GQURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAITIF1ER
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Ferl T. Hopkins & ton. Profs., 37 C.eat Jones St. K.T. C.
2 1 y T ty
P. II McCarthy
"The Concrete Man"
Get prices on Curb and Gutter, and
sidewaiks, Fovndatim; and Floors,
concrete Clocks ot all designs. Dealer in
Atlas Cement, Adams lime
Pulp. Plaster Hair & Brick
All kinds o! Building Bapcr and Boot
ing Paper. Everything In Mason's
I! you have any worK in the Con
crete line get my prices. No job too
big, none too small. Estimates Iree
p. h. McCarthy
North Bennington, VL Tel. 396-12
"THE WHITE HOUSE"
115 North Street
Bert Cream, Syrups. Sandaes,
Fresh Fruits and Fountain
Ice Cream by the pint or quart
delivered, 30c qt.
Ail Goods are Guaranteed Pure
BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL
No games played yesterday.
Standing of the Clubs
Clubs Won Lost P.C.
Philadelphia 53 32 .624
Boston 48 40 .546
Washington 40 40 .535
Detroit 47 42 .528
St. Louis 44 42 .512
Chicago 44 4:1 .506
New York 35 3!) .473
Cleveland 29 5S .333
I.oston at Cleveland.
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
Washington at St. Louis.
The National League
Pittsburg 3, Philadelphia 2.
Standing of the Clubs
Clubs Won Lost P.C.
New York 50 32 .010
Chicago 50 37 .575
St. Louis 49 40 .551
Huston 40 44 .47tl
Cincinnati 3!) 47 .453
Philadelphia 37 4G .44(1
Pittsburg 37 4G .4411
Brooklyn 35 45 .438
Chicago at Boston.
Pittsburg at New York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Twin State League
Brattleboro 4, Greenfield 0.
lirattleboro 1, Greenfield U.
Northampton C, Bellows Falls 4.
Keene 2, Newport O.
Twin-State League Standing
Clubs Won Lost P.C.
Newport 1!) 5 .71)2
Keene 12 12 .500
Brattleboro .' 11 12 .478
Northampton ! 12 .42!
Bellows Falls 9 14 .391
Greenfield 8 13 .381
Gaines today: Greenfield at
Keene, Brattleboro at Bellows Falls,
Newport at Northampton.
The only place in town to buy
Guaranteed 5000 Miles
Vermont Garage & Machine Co.
137 North Sl.,Bcnnington.
A. N. BUSH
Contractor and Builder
New or old work. Estimates prompt
ly given. Telephone 393-x, Prospect
Street NOIITH BENNINGTON
RUTLAND GETS BEQUESTS
E. M. BETOR
115 North Street
Livery and Town Sheds
Rigs to let at reasonable prices. Rubber
Tire and delivery wagons tor sale
Entrance from West Main St.
IV1. J. BURRINGTON. J.lt.
Graduate Engineering Department, Ver
Noveck Block Bennington, VI.
Thirty Thousand Dollars For Hospi
tal and Library
Rutland, July 23. The two legac
ies made a year ago by Mrs. George
II. Cutts of California, formerly Mrs.
John W. Cramton of this city, to the
Rutland hospital awi the Rutland
Free library, arrived hero today. The
delay was due to the necessity for
settling up the estate and the length
of time given in California for such
The sum of $20,000 goes to the Rut
land hospital, and was received by
K. P. Gilson, treasurer of the llosj.
tal association. The sum ot $10,000
goes to the library, and was received
by Mrs. John W. Ross, president of
the Library association.
Mr. Gilson stated that in all prob
ability the $20,01(0 would be Institut
ed as a fund, and the income used as
seemed wise. It is not, at present at
least, proposed to use t lie principal.
The money received by the library
will In nil probability be made into
the nucleus of a building fund, ac
cording to various officers of the as
sociation Mild allowed to accumulate.
iOCKWOOD & BUSC
Contractor?, and Builders
Estimates on new bvildintfs. Rcoairs. etc..
promptly made. Shop in rear Dr. A. Z.
Cutler Block, Main St. Telephone H. F.
RocKwood or M. E. Buss
For Sale and To Rent
mi. C. W. WKIGHT
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Glasses Properly Fitted
Kye bimI Kiir Surci'on to the City Homiltnl.
Formerly clitiirul ii.nltttitiit in III" t'i'iitriil
l.uiiiltm Kye liotltnl. aln iiHHifttm.t nut
Iteoii ;il Hip Nw York Numi iintl Throat
WET WASH LAUNDRY
EDW. F. RILEY, PROP.
Tel. 151-M - 201 Satlord Street
DEAL AND PEDS0NAL PROPERTY
GEO. M. HAWKS
Now Is the time to have Ladies'
and Gent's garments made at very
reasonable- prices. Call and find out.
Alterations, cleaning and pressing a
130 North St Tel. 291-W
Ground by Attomatic Machine
Bicycle Tires For Sale Bicycle repair
ing a specialty
H. S. ALLARD
133 North Street
V f th Town end Village Tld Brief
lac Busy Reader-
Miss Kliza McCue is visiting in
Kingston, N. Y.
Reuben Galusha will go to Fort
Miller, N. Y.t Monday for a visit.
Napoleon Durgin and family have
moved to Franklin, N. II., to reside.
Xeopolitan ico cream, pints and
quarts at Quiulan's drug store. Adv.
.Mrs. Harry Beagle of Shaftsbury
visited Friday with Mrs. Frank Iler
vey. Miss Irene Farrar of Hoosick Falls
is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Norcross of North street.
Miss Wardcll, 114 Adams street
does dress-making and plain sewing
by the day at reasonable prices.
Mrs. Ralph White and children of
North Pennington aro spending a
few days witli Mrs. White's father,
II. D. Fillmore.
Mr. and Mis. P. J. McMahan of
Adams street returned Friday from
a brief visit with Mrs. McMahan's
sister, Mrs. Walter Sloeum of Pitts
field. Mrs. Ralph Saunders of Totten
vlllo, 1.. I., who has been a guest at
the home of Mr. ans Mrs. Frank
Hervey, is visiting in Shaftsbury be
fore returning home.
Mrs. M. A. Pentley and Miss Viola
Grimes are spending Saturday and
Sunday in Pennington and Miss Tres
sa Sullivan and Miss Klsie SIgworth
will return with them for a weeks
Olin W. Ilarwood broke ground
today for a new house on South
street on the lot which he recently
purchased from F.lnier F. Rockwood.
The foundation is being laid by W il
ia rd Rose. .
Mrs. Newton M. Cot '.roll and sister
Mifs Doris Caswell left Friday even
ing for Woodford city whee they
Hre spending the summer in a cot-
Mrs. Cottrell and her sister
been down home the past few
Everything in the Line ot
Bought Sold, For Rent
GEO. M. HAWKS
Havks Slock 435 Main Strjet i
Wo bought a select stock of sea
sonable merchandise of the receivers
of the H. Li. Clafiin Co., which wc are
offering at very low prices. You
can't afford to miss the Grea: Won
der Sale at the Suprise store, Libra
ry building. Adv. t2
Yestersay afternoon at the play
ground the Kvening Iianne- baseball
team defeated t lie All-Giants by a
score of 10 to 5. The battery or the
All-Giants was J. Putcell, . pitcher;
Miner und Coyne, catchers; for the
Evening Ilanner, Howe, pitcher ; and
Mor isaey, catcher. This afternoon
at the playground the .Huckleberry
Juniors and the All-Stars will play.
Checkers, chess, pocket-billiards
and an occasional game of hand ball
or other stunt in the gymnasium fol
lowed by a shower-bath constitute
quito an effective Inside program
these warm days nt the Y. M. C. A.
Any visitors in the village will find
a cordial welcome at any time In the
association rooms. Now Is a good
time to begin the use of Its facilities
for making fellowship real und helpful.
TThe New If rife Store
DEGINS SATURDAY MORNING AT 8:00 A. M. Now for an opportunity to get more than your
money's worth ! Between season's, when clean-up time arrives, we always temot the buvin? appetite with unusual
inducements. Twice a year we hold these great sales. ' OUR CLEAN-UP SALE IS NOW DUE. There arc
weeks and weeks of Summer Shoe weather ahcad, and certainly any investment in Shoes at our present prices will
prove a profitable one. Wc hold these sales for two reasons: FIRST We want the money. SliCOND We want
the room. To these we add our determination to carry over no Shoes from season to season. Kindly notice a few of
our sale prices and note the great savings.
Women's $3.00 Drown Suede Oxfords Ci MO
and Pumps piiO
Women's $2.00 Tan Pumps, low or high M Or
Woaicn's $2.50 Tan Shoes, Button or Of Qft
Women's Tan Button Oxfords. $1.95 C CA
Women's $2.00 Oxfords, Lace or But- CI 00
ton Gun Metal )J..0tJ
Women's Colonial Pumps, $2.50 J gfj
Children's Tan Pumps. 2-strap
Sizes 6 to 8. $1.00 value 90c
Sizes 8 1-2 to 11, $1.25 value $1.00
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2, $1.50 value $1.25
Men's $3.00 Oxfords, Lace or But-
Men's $2.75 QS) iA
Oxfords 0. IU
Men's $2.50 CI
Men's $3.50 Tan Shoes Button or Bluch- ?9 CJfl
er, Goodyear welt vuiuv
Men's $2.50 Oi Qft
Tan Shoes tfl.tJU
Men's $2.50 Gun Metal Shoes, Button CI Oft
Men's $3.00 Shoes, Gun Metal, Button Q9 CA
Boys' Tan Shoes
Sizes 9 to 13 1-2. $1.50 value- $1.25
Sizes 1 to 0. $2.;0 value $1.90
Children's Pumps, Black and White Can
vas, 2 straps
Sizes 5 to 8. 85c value 75c
Sizes 8 1-2 to 11. $1.00 value........ 85c
Sizes 1 1 1-2 to 2, $1.25 value 95c
M. MARGOLIN, Prop., 109 North Street, Bennington, Vt.
Asit on. yvivxi bavb qxjxx. oiiboicb orjnrsr bveninob
At the Drysdale Store
1 hoy Lace In front
of the merits o the
And You Improve
The approval and continued recom
mendations of Gossard Corsets, by
the greatest designers and fashion
authorities, is interesting.
To have doctor and trained
nurses advocate them in th
C mame breath with Fashion
U; creators is a wonderful trib
" . vte to a garment which has
' done much to"unage women. "
Look at the illustrations above.
Everyone drawn from life. The
improvement shown in these average
figures is not an "ideal," but a reality,
which you may achieve through a
correctly fitted Gossard Corset.
Multitudes of women are healthier
today than they formerly were, and
the improvement in their figures is
none the less marked. Gossard
Corsets are made in many styles at
$2.00, $3.50, $5.00 and up. A fit
ting at this store does notobligate ,
you to buy. lie fitted nvo
will be given all day
Saturday, the 25th
at our corset dep't and
in special fitting room
on our second floor by,
an expert fitter and all
round coisetiere who in
vites the ladies of Ben
nington and vicinity to
take advantage of her
wide experience in cor
recting corset troubles.
WE ASSURE YOU A
NO MORE SCORE BOARDS
DESERTER GOOD SWIMMER
They Reduce Receipts of Philadel
phia Ball Club
Philadelphia, July 23. The man
agement of the Athletics, the Ameri
can Lenguo baseball club, has forbid
den the further operation by news
papers or other news distributing
agencies of baseball score boards on
which the games in this city are re
produced on the street play by play.
The management t:tkes the ground
that the boards are responsible for
the loss of more than Il.ono n day in
attendance at the ball park.
Reporters of one Philadelphia
newspaper were ejected from the
field today and their pnss books con
fiscated when they Ignored t ho re
quest to discontinue the service tb
Furthermore, the relations between
the club management and the West
ern Vnlon Telegraph company and
the New York News ltiireau, both of
which agencies have been accustom
ed to transmit news of the games as
they were played, have reached the
The contract with the New York
News Hureau In fact has already
been cancelled and the arrangement
with the Western t'nion, says Pen
Shibe, president of the Athletics,
will he terminated at the end of the
season unless the company obeys the
"We ill fight this matter to a fin
ish," said Mr. Shine today. "The
loss of business which we suffered
during the operation of the special
bulletin boards amounted to fl,fl"0 a
day. Connie Mack will substantiate
"It is Just as If everything that was
taking place in theatres should be re
ported free to a crowd outside the
house. I don't fiee hy the news
papers want to supply such news.
Why don't they gie their papers
away free? It would be Just aa rea
sonable. "I have cut off the telephone ser
vice also which N used by the ticker
company to supply nes of the
games to slinins. We ill prmlt
nobody to send out news of the
games In detail aa they a-e being
played. If any nempapor repeats the
practire Its representative will not
ba allowed to enter the grounds."
Scott Gave Essex County Sheriff
North Stratford. N. 1L, July 23.
Thomas Scott, navy deserter, gave
two towns the thrills tonight by
swimming the Connecticut river un
der fire of a sheriff's posse. Later
the entire town turned out to hunt
Scott, who Is alleged to be wanted
In Texas and by the New York au
thorities as well.
Scott got the start on Sheriff Rich
nrd Peattio of Kssex County, t., to
day, when the latter arrested liiin as
a deserter, and Jumped into the Con
necticut river before the oltlcer could
move a hand to prevent him making
for Hinman'a Island in the center of
Scott even had the audacity to turn
over on his back and place a thumb
to nose, wriggling his Angers in de
rision at the astonished Fheriff and
During the next M minutes there
was shooting In plenty after the fash
Ion of a western boom ton, with the
sheriff and his band sending bullets
spattering on the water, but not tak
ing chances in the way of hitting
Two hours later the man was
rounded up and declared he could
better the sheriff in marksmanship.
He will be delivered to the naval au
thorities at Portsmouth.
. TT.r-,1 V 9
Spe for' yhur.relt"'
Perhaps you do not realize how good
you Can lock in glasses that Is,
FITS-U Glasses. The curved Torle
Lenses are another "good looklno"
J. E. MATT I SON
Corner Main and Silver Sis., Bennington
C ASTO R I A
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4ne Block West et Broadway
NEW YORK CITY
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RATES tl.00 PER DAY UP
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L UI TflT irw lll.tir.in v.T.ip,
Walter A.Wood and McCormick
HAY RAKES AND TEDDERS
SPECIAL are olTerinf;, to close out, a Worcester
Buckeye mower and a New York champion hay rake
at a very low price.
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
H. W. Myers & Son