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THE VERMONT PIICENIX, BRATTLEOBO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911
FLAG WILL WAVE OVER ISLAND PARK
Brattleboro Triumphed Over Keene, 20, in the Last, Greatest and
Deciding Game of the Twin State League Race Bennington
Holds State Championship
VICTORIOUS ON FRIDAY.
Drattleboro Took the PlayOff of the Tie
Game of August 24 by a Score of 3 to
Johnny Bosk wns Johnny-on-the-spot
at Bellows Falls Friday, when Brattle
boro niid Bellows Falls played oft the tie
game of August 24, which went 12 In
nings to a 5-5 score. Brattleboro tri
umphed 3 to 2 In tho play-off, and tho
run which spelled victory was made by
Nichols in the seventh on a Bteal homo,
with the bases full and two men out.
Bosk would have secured a shut-out but
for errors by Vnnco, Nichols and McLcod.
The mlsplays by tho latter two were wild
throws which allowed runners to como
home. MeAloon caught finely and nailed
nil thrco runners who tried to purloin
bases. Wnchtel made two pretty catches
In deep left field and Hurray's play at
first laso was high class. Connors, Volk
and Lynch starred In fielding for Bellows
Falls and Adams hit the ball heavily.
Horan, 3 b,
Two base lilt, Volk. Stolen bases,
Nichols 3. Saciillce hits, Connors, Brlg
nollu,. Kdgar. First base on balls, off
Nugent, Nichols, Vnnce 2, Murray; off
Bosk, Brill. Struck out, by Nugent,
Bu.sk; by Bosk, Volk, Brill, Lynch 2.
Wild pitch, Nugent. Umpire, Finn of
llolyokc. Time lh. 50m.
SMOTHERED" BY HYPHENS.
Local Team Was Dopey and Visitors
Played Good Ball Long Hit and Diffi
cult Catch by Grow Features.
Until the beginning of the fourth In
ning Saturday the game with the Hy
phens at Island park was Interesting.
In tho fourth the visitors, aided by hits
and errors, made three runs and after
Unit everything went their way. The
score was 11 to 2. The local team was
dopey and errors of commission and
omission came so thick and fast that at
times the exhibition was laughable. Mc
Gowan lasted six and two-thirds innings
and then Jackson relieved him. He
proved as Ineffectual as the former Hy
phenlte and six hits were made off him,
but ho had worked In three previous
games Uiat week and had a sore arm.
To tell of the bonehead work done by tho
local Infield would take up too much
space. Ask anyone who was there. Wil
liams and the entire Hyphen aggregation
played good ball and enjoyed the after
The Hyphens' scored their runs on er
rors and hits In the first, sixth, seventh
and eighth Innings. Vance was guilty of
three errors that aided In the score ma
lug, while Murray, Knslgn and McGowan
Ml short in the pinches. Wnchtel and
CJrow made pretty two-baggers, Grow's
hit being ono of tho longest seen on the
local grounds this season. Grow also
added to the features by almost dupll
eating his spectacular catch of a foul
off the grandstand the last time the
Hyphens nlaycd here.
The Islanders' two runs were mndo In
tho seventh on hits by, McLeod, AVachtel
and Jackson. Tho score:
Crapo, 2 b,
J. Dalley, rf,
0 0 0 3 0 2 1 2 011
Sacrifice hit, Murray. Stolen bases,
Vance, Hale, Grow, Williams. Hits olt
McGowan 1, off Jackson G, off Williams
7. Two-baso hits, Wnchtel, Grow. First
base on balls, off McGowan 2, oft Jackson
3, Struck out, by Williams 5. Tlmo lh.
40m. Umpires, "Tom" Finn and "Hank"
THE CHAMPIONSHIP QAME.
Crowd of 3300 Saw the Struggle, Drat
tleboro Winning 2 to 0 Pennant Race
Decided by This Contest,
2 to 0.
Champions of the Twin Stato league.
Tho Islanders landed tho gamo and the
pennant Monday afternoon on tho homo
grounds before a crowd of 3300 persons,
who packed tho grandstand and crowded
upon both sides of tho Held. Moro than
000 Kecne supporters came to see tho
game In automobiles and on- a spcclnl
train and Bellows Falls sent a delegation
of moro than 200. The largo crowd
was handled without a hitch, thero was
not the semblanco of rowdyism on any
body's pail and It was a fitting climax to
a two months' race for tho leadership of
tho league. If Keeno had won the game
tho standing of tho two teams would
hate been a tlo for first place. Bosk and
Smith, the Tufts boy, wero tho opposing
boxmcn and both pitched good ball. Four
hits were made off tho Keene twlrler and
three off Bosk. With tho exception of a
fly ball that Wachtel dropped after a
long run tho homo team played errorless
ball and errors of judgment were not In
evidence on either side. Both teams
worked hard to win, thereby giving the
crowd as Interesting a gamo- of ball as
had been seen on tho homo grounds this
season. There wore chough rooters from
Keeno to make a nolso and whenever the
visitors showed up to advantage they de
livered the goods In the shape of cheers.
The homo team was cheeretl on to vic
tory by a crowd of howling fans which
did valiant work at every opportunity.
The Islanders scored their first run in
tho opening Inning. After Nichols had
struck out Vance hit to centre, but
Donovan failed to get tho ball, on ac
count of tho sun. Horan sent a screcch
er Into right field, sending Vance to sec
ond. Murray lifted a high one to Mc
Carthy and was out, and on tho throw
home Vance beat the ball.
In the fourth Keene looked dangerous
with three men on and two down. Lcon
ard hit a fly back of short that Wachtel
dropped. Finnegan lilt to centre out of
reach of Kdgar and Wachtel. McCrchan
wont out on a grounder, Horan to Mur
ray. With two men on, Murray waiKel
out to Bosk and told him to pass Dono
van. Four wide ones deadheaded tills
Keenlte to first and then McCarthy came
up. Ho sent a swift one to Vance, who
threw Leonard out nt the plate. Knslgn
met him and both men went to the
ground. While falling Tom attempted to
knock tho ball from Ensign s hand to
prevent n throw to second and a double
piny. This attempt looked to many In
the crowd as an effort on Leonard's part
to put Ensign out of the running, and
bedlam wns let loose for several minutes.
Qtialters fouled out to Horan and the
sldo wns retired.
The Islanders scored one moro In the
seventh. McLeod was an easy out
Edgar hit to Qualters whose throw to
llrst Leonard dropped. Bosk sent a
grass-cutter to centre and Edgar landed
on third. Ensign lifted tho horsehide for
a long fly to right field that McCrehan
nabbed and Edgar went home with. an
other tally. Nichols filed to centre and
McCarthy caught the ball after a dlffl
cult try. This stunt necessitated his
lifting his hat as ho came to the bench
Aside from the pitching of Smith, who
struck out 10 men, retiring two each in
the first, second, sixth and eighth, the
features were Wachtel's catch of Fin
negan's fly In the ninth, when he fell
just as ho got the ball, Vance's catch of
McCrehan s fly In the sixth, after n long
run into left garden, and McCarthys
catch of Nichols's fly In tho seventh.
Brattleboro. ab. r.
Nichols, 2b, 2 0
Vance, ss, 4 1
Horan, 3b, 4 0
Murray, lb. 3 0
AVachtel, If, 3 0
McLeod, rf, 3 .0
Edgar, cf, 3 1
Bosk, p, 3 0
Ensign, c, 10
LEAGUE CHAMPIONS BEATEN.
Bennington Took First Game In State
Championship Series Tuesday 3 to 1
Costly Errors by Locals.
Bennlncton was "welcomed to our city"
Tuesday afternoon and was handed tho
gamo on a silver platter In the first In
ning, Tho only thing lacking was a pre
sentation speech from tho Islanders. It
was the first gamo of tho series for tho
state championship and tho visitors
walked away with a victory 3 to 1, that
ought to have gone to the Islanders by
a score of 1 to 0.
Tho Bennington aggregation, which
was absorbed by tho teams or me
Twin Stato leoguo when the Ben
nington team disbanded recently, scored
all their runs In tho first Inning. Prln-
dell and Connors filed out and Carolan
sent up n fly which "Pop" Edgar muffed
and scored on McCrehnn's groundor down
tho third baso 1 me. Finnegan reached
llrst on an error by Vnnco, scoring Mc
Crehnn. Drill 'hit a low fly to contro,
scoring Finnegan, stolo second nnd on n
passed ball by Ensign attempted to roach
homo, but AVachtel was at tho plate to
recelvo tho ball nnd put him out.
Tho Islanders scored In tho fourth.
McLeod was out on a hit to Flnnogan.
Edgar lifted n high one to right for n
safety. Jackson tried to sacrifice, but
Edgnr failed to leave tho baso as tho
ball was bunted n little to hard, En
sign lilt to loft nnd Edgar came home.
Nichols filed out to Prlndell. In tho fifth
Wnchtel struck out thrco men nnd In tho
sixth Delaney, the first man up, fanned.
Features of tho game, which was
rather listless, were a catch by Horan
of Wheeler s fly, Jackson s catch of Mc
Crehnn's fly nnd Brill's catch of Vance's
foul In the ninth. Horan came to tho
plate four times, struck out once and re
ceived three passes. Tlie score:
Bennington, nb. r. h. p.o. a. e.
Prindell, If, 4 0 2 3 0 0
Connors, 2b, 5 0 0 4 1 0
Carolan, lb, 5 10 3 10
McCrehan, cf, 4 .1,1-3 0 0
Finnegan, ss, 4 1 0' 0 4 1
Brill, 3b, 4 0 2 4 2 0
Delaney, rf, 4 0 0 0 0 0
Burrlngton, c, 1 0 3 4 0 0
Wheeler, p, 4 0 1 0 4 0
Totals, 38 3 . 9 27 12 1
Brattleboro. nb. r. h. p.o. n. e.
Nichols, 2b, 5 0 0 1 2 0
A'ance, ss, 4 0 112 1
ilornn, 3b, 10 0 10 1
Murray, lb, 4 0 0 G 0 0
AVachtel, p, 4 0 1110
McLeod, if, 4 0 1 2 0 0
Edgar, cf, 4 1 3 4 0 1
Jackson, rf, 3 0 0 0 0 0
Ensign, c, 4 0 1 11 2 0
Totals, 31 1 7 27 7 3
Bennington, 30000000 03
Brattleboro, 00010000 01
Sacrlco hits, Wheeler, McLeod. Stolen
bases, Brill, Carolan, Connors. First baso
on balls, off AVachtel 2, oft AVhcelcr 4.
Struck out, by AVheeler 4, by AVachtel 7.
Batter hit. Ensign. Double play. Fin
negan to Connors to Carolan. Passed
ball, Ensign. Time, lh. 35m. Umpires,
Foley and Shea.
GTON WON AGAIN.
i 3 21 7 1
10000010 x 2
Base on balls, by Bosk, by Smith.
Struck out by Bosk I, by Smith 10. Sac
rifice hits, Murray, Edgar, Ensign, Dono
van. Hit by pitched tall, Nichols 2.
Passed ball, Ensign. Time lh. 33m. Um
pires, Finn and Shea,
BLANKED AFTER FIRST INNING.
Hyphens Finished In Great Form.
Tho Hyphens finished the league sea
son In great form, winning tho forenoon
game at Keene 2 to 1 and the afternoon
game from Bellows Falls at Springfield
by the same score. About 1500 persons
saw the morning game. Daly allowed
but two Lits and Bums, who was on the
mound for Keene, allowed eight scattered
hits. An error by Burns was responsible
for a run In the seventh.
In tho afternoon about 900 saw the two
twims' Play their last game of tho sea
son. AVhen tho Hyphens went to bat In
the last half of tho ninth tho scoro was
1 to 0 against them. Hits by Crnpo,
Carolan and Daly netted two runs with
only ono man out. Bellows Falls played
without an error. Williams and Nugent
were the opposing pitchers.
Bellows Falls and Keene Series Even.
Keene heat Bellows Falls 4 to 1 in
Bellows Falls Saturday, dividing evenly
the games between those two teams
during the season, Smith, AVheeler and
Delaney were the battery for Keene and
Brlgnolla, Cronln nnd Burrlngton for tho
homo team. Keeno cracked out 12
singles, Qualters getting four, while Bel
lows Falls was able to connect safely
only four times. The fielding honors
went to Finnegan of Keene nnd Cronln.
Bunched Hits Gave Hyphens Victory.
Six hits In tho fifth Inning gavo tho
Hyphens a G to 3 victory over Keene on
the tetter's field Friday. Tho home team
found Daly for 10 hits, but they wero
scattered. Tho fielding of Donovan,
Grow and Crapo was noticeably good,
Five strikeouts wore credited to AVheeler
and three to Daly,
Somo people seem' to 'enjoy telling
hard luck stories.
Brattleboro Opened with Three Runs In
Bellows Falls Monday Morning, but
Lost by Score of 4 to 3.
The Islanders lost tho gamo against
Bellows Falls Monday morning nt Bar
ber park, 4 to 3. Tho gamo was seen by
the largest crowd of tho season at tho
park and it was a pitchers' battle from
the first Inning. Tho Islanders scored
their runs In tho first Inning, on hits by
Vance, Horan, Murray and McLeod. The
two runs in the fourth wore on a hit by
Brill that went through Vnnco and Ed
gar with Voile on third. Lynch sending
Brill homo on his hit. Burrlngton's bat
ting and Volk's drive to left were fea
tures and Connors, Adams, Nichols and
Edgar did classy work In tho field. The
Bellows Falls, ab. r, h. p.o. a. e.
Perley, cf, 4 0 0 2 0 0
Connors, 2b, 4 0 1 1 5 0
Volk, lb, 3 1 1 12 0 0
Brill, 3b, 3 1112 0
Burrlngton, c, 3 2 2 ' 2 2 0
Lynch, If, 4 0 110 0
.. ams, ss, 3 0 1 4 2 0
Black, rf, 3 0 0 2 0 0
Hrlgnolln, p, 3 0 0 2 2 1
Shut Out the Locals and Scored 4 Runs
Yesterday Some Brilliant Fielding
Bennington outclassed Brattleboro yes
terday afternoon, playing brilliantly and
winning 4-0. Brattleboro had a man
reach third In tho fourth and again in
the ninth, but could not score. Benning
ton secured Its first tally In the fifth
when Brill, after two wero out, was
passed, stole second, and came home on
Delaney's hard drive to right field. In
tho sixth Prindlo hit safely, was ad
vanced on Connor's sacrifice and came
home on Carolan's hit. In tho eighth
Carolan reached first on a play which
retired Prindle, was advanced on lie
Crchan's hit and scored on a wild pitch
when tho ball struck tho plate and
bounded to the grand stand. McCrehan,
who had advanced In the meantime,
scored on Flnnegan's hit. Only one man
struck out In the entire' game, Burns be
ing called out on strikes.
Carolan made two hair raising -catches,
picking swift liners out ot tho air with
one hand, and Flnnegan's catch off
Murray's bat In tho seventh, when ho
ran with tho ball and pulled down a
swift on in left field, was ono of the
prettiest plays seen on the grounds this
season. Horan, with his hands almost
on tho ground, took an apparently safe
drive in the llrst Inning. Vnnco scoop
ed up a grounder which Horan failed to
stop and threw the runner out at first
base. A throw by Burrlngton on a hit
halt way to the pitcher's box was a
feature. AVllllams of tho Hyphens
pitched for the locals, as Jackson's arm
was soro and McGowan was not In town.
0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 04
Two-base hits, Burrlngton, Volk. Threo
baso hit, Adams. .Stolen bases, Murray,
Burrlngton. Knerlfico hits, Brlgnolln,
Brill, Doublo play, Nichols to Murray.
First baso on halls, AVachtel 3. Hit bv
pitched ball, by Burrlngton, Murrny.
Struck out, by AVachtel 2. AVIld pitch,
AVachtel, Balk, Brlgnolla. Umplros, Finn
and Foley. Time, 2h.
League Standing at the Finish,
AVon Lost P.C
22 14 ,011
20 16 ,D5G
15 20 .429
14 21 ,400
ab. r. h. p.o. a. e.
4 1110 0
2 0 0 3 G 0
4 1 1 15 3 0
3 114 0 0
4 0 14 10
3 110 2 1
3 0 1 0 0 0
3 0 10 1 0
3 0 0 0 G 0
29 4 7 27 19 1
ab. r. h. p.o. a. e.
4 0 2 1 3 '0
3 0 0 1 5 1
3 0 0 1 2 0
4 0 0 12 0 0
3 .0 1 0 0 0
2 0 110 0
2 0.0 2 0 0
3 0 0 1 2 0
3 0 0 5 1 0
27 0 4 21 13 1
00001102 X 1
Finnegan to Carolan.
Struck out, by AVllllams 1. Bases on
balls, off Burns 2. Hit by pitched ball,
by AVllllams 1. Sacrlfico hits, Connors 2,
McLeod, Edgar. Stolen base, Brill. AVIld
pitch, AVllllams. Passed ball, Burrlng
ton. Time, lh. 31m. Umpires, Foley and
It Is expected that Brattleboro nnd
Bennington will play three games In
Keeno next week. This Is a series ar
ranged by tho players Independent of
the management here.
Keeno led the Icaguo n large pint of
the season. Brattleboro was first ono
day, August 3, and then dropped hack to
Mfoml place. August 18 Brattleboro
went to tho front and after that was
Tho Hyphens, who started with eight
straight defeats, came fast at tho finish,
winning six out of Its last seven games.
Ono postponed game with Bellows Falls
wns not plnyed. If this had boen played
off and tho Hyphens had won they would
havo tied Bellows Falls for third place.
That betting Is not n paying proposi
tion wns demonstrated to n Brattleboro
man Monday. Ho bet $15 with a Keeno
rooter and nnother Keene man held tho
money. The Brattleboro man won tho
cash, but he lost It, ns the man with
the stakes has not yet given him tho J30.
Betting In tho grand stnnd Is a bail
proposition, bad for tho game, bad for
tho youngsters who nro near and watch
tho proceedings nnd bad for the men who
bet, besides giving the town n roputntlon
for openly allowing betting, although tho
park Is In New Hampshire. Bottlng
never did anybody nny good. Some fair
ly largo bets wero mado before nnd dur
ing tho gamo Monday nftcrnnon, but It
was easy to see thnt the betters wero
novices In tho art of being "sports." It's
nil right to ho n sport when It's In tho
blood, but ono cannot be n real sport on
ftro minutes' notice,
Final Clean-Up Sale
ALL OVER THE STORE
Final Clean-Up Sale means LAST CALL PRICES, Last Call Prices mean the lowest
prices ever quoted on good dependable merchandise. There are only a few more days of our
big sale and during these few days we are offering prices on seasonable goods, goods that you
want, lower than ever before. It will pay you to come to our store and carefully inspect our
offerings in this Final Clean-Up.
175 Men's Odd Suits Divided Into Three Lots
All odd Suits worth up to $12.00
go in this lot
All odd Suits worth up to $18.00
go in this lot.
All odd Suits worth up to $25.00
go in this lot
$1.50 Pants. Last Call Price $1 .1 5.
$2.00 Pants. Last Call Price $1 .39.
$3.00 Pants. Last Call Price 2.39.
$4.00 Pants. Last Call Price $2.85.
$5.00 Pants. Last Call Price S3. 69.
S10.00 Raincoats. Last Call Price S5.87
$12.00 Raincoats. Last Call Price $8.88
$15.00 Raincoats. Last Call Price $1 0.90
$18.00 and $20.00 Raincoats.
Last Call Price $1 4.5Q.
$10.00 Coats. Last Call Price $5.00.
$12.00 Coats. Last Call Price $8.90.
$15.00 Coats. Last Call Price $1 0.75.
$18.00 Coats. Last Call Price $1 3.90.
1 1 Boys' Long Pant Suits at $3.33
We have left from our sale 11 Boys' Long Pant Suits, sizes as follows, two 14, four 15, three 16, one 18, one 19, which sold at
$4.98, $5.98, and $7.48. We offer you your choice of these Suits at Last Call Price
Last Call Sale in Furnishings Department
Men's 50c Atwood Suspenders 39c.
50c Negligee Shirts 37c.
Men's 10c Black Hose 4c.
Boys' 10c Suspenders 5c.
Odd lot Men's $1.00 Shirts 49c.
50c Silk Neckwear 28c.
25c Silk Neckwear 1 2C.
Men's 15c Hose, black and tan, 8c.
Odd lot 25c Bow Ties 3c.
Five dozen Men's Hathaway, Bates
Street and Monadnock Shirts 85c.'
Men's 15c Washable Ties
Men's 50c Work Shirts 36c.
Men's 50c Underwear 35c.
Men's 25c Police Braces - 5c.
Men's Hathaway Night Shirts 79c.
Men's 50c Night Shirts 38c.
Men's Fancy Vests at One-Half Price
5c Collar Buttons 3c 10 for 25c.
Goodnow , Pearson. & Hunt
One Price-Cash Your Money Back If You Want It
ali. li. sb. sh. 2b. 3b. pc.
McGowan, 9 3 0 0 1 0 . 333
Bosk, 10 5 1 0 0 0 .312
Ilornn, 153 4G 0 3 4 0 .300
Wachtel, 7S 21 2 1 3 0 .2C0
Vnnce, Co II 0 0 1 0 .231
McLeod, 132 33 7 0 2 0 .250
Murray, 92 22 9 3 1 1 .2oJ
Ensign, SI IS 3 5 2 0 .211
Edgar, 104 21 9 3 .5 0 .201
Nichols, 58 9 0 2 0 0 .ICO
Jackson, 73 11 2 0 0 0 .150
po. a. e. pc.
Ensign, c, 1C1 22 5 .978
Murray, 11), 301 14 9 . 972
McLcod, If, S7 1G 3 .971
Horan, 3b, 4S SI 8 .911
McGowan, p, 0 10 1 .911
Edgar, 2b, cf, 41 G 3 .910
Nichols, 2b, 21 3S 8 .925
Jackson, p. f, 10 47 5 .919
Wnchtel, p, , 17 24 4 .911
Vnnce, ve, 29 39 8 .893
Bosk, p. f, 4 13 2 .891
Games Won Lost bb.
Wachtel, 9 7' 2 22
Jackson, 15 0 4 21
McGowan, 4 2.1 10
Bosk, 5 2 12
so. wp. hpb
GS 2 2
81 2 5
13 0 1
A Keene man .filled with super-errthu-slasm
for his homo team's chances of
winning the game Monday afternoon bet
every cent ho had with him, $105, and then
because tho Brattleboro betters were
yelling for more of his cash and calling
him a "quitter" he bet his coat and hat,
losing both his money and the clothing.
In the series with Bellows Falls Brnt
tleboro took 10 out of 12 games. With
tho Hyphens the standing was 7 to 5 In
Ilrattleboro's favor, and with Keene 7 to
5 against us. Keene took seven out of
12 games with the Hyphens and broke
oven, 6 and 6, with Bellows Falls.
Against the Hyphens Bellows Falls won
8 and lost 3.
Tho Htnto championship series which
Bennington has already won Is attract
ing but little attention. Tho main light
wns tho championship of tho Twin State
league. Bennington had n faster team
than our league champions. This must
In fairness bo conceded But It Is well
to remember that tho Bennington team
cost at least 50, per cent moro than our
aggregntlon, .1 '
Bosk wont to his homo In Fltchburg
, Monday evening and went yesterday to
Utlca, In tho New York state league. Ho
will finish tho season with that team.
It Is reported that Howard Unrle, a
Pittsburg scout, camo hero to watch
i link wink mul Went to Bellows Bills
Monday morning expecting to see him
In the box. Ho camo hero again In the
afternoon and watched tho boy and after
tho game was Instrumental In having
him sign with tho Utlca toam.
Bolter a breezy talker than ono who
Is long winded.
BOAT RACES ATTRACTED THRONG.
Akley's "Anelta" Won First In Two. Mile
Event Fox's "Mlnetta" Took Trophy
In iarge Boat Class.
Tho veranda, of the pavilion at Island
park, the brldgo and other points of van
tage wero thronged with people Monday
morning when the motorboat races under
the auspices of the Brattleboro Boat club
were started. Tho llrst race wns be
tween boats rated nt less than 10 milc3
an hour and was a two-mllo event. Eight
boats wero entered nnd the handicaps
were from thrco minutes and 27 seconds
down to 41 seconds. Benjamin Akley's
"Anelta" won llrst prize, F. W. Mllkey's
boat was second, 23'4 seconds behind the
winner, and George Cain's "Eagle" fin
ished third, but a few seconds behind tho
second boat. .
Clifton Fox's "Mlnetta" won the trophy
in tho large boat class, going over tho
four-mllo course In 19 minutes nnd 11
seconds. C. A. Harris's "Wah-hoo-wnh"
wns second. Harris Brothers' "Grey
Wolf" had troublo with tho connecting
rod arid did not finish.
Following Is tho order of finishing and
tho corrected tlmo for tho first race:
Banjamln Akley's "Anelta," handicap 41s,
corrected time, lGm, Gs; F. Milkey, han
dicap 2ni, 9s, corrected time, 1G mln. 21s;
George Cain's "Eagle," handicap 3m, 12s,
corrected time, 10m, 30s? William Dun
levy, scratch, time, 13m, 4s; Bert Wool's
"Swastika," handicap 3m, 27s, corrected
time, 18m, 12s; Dr. A. L. Pcttee's
"Gretchen," handicap lm, 8s, corrected
time, 15m, 39s; Walter Hlldreth's "Wav
erloy," handicap 2m, 14s, corrected time,
lGm, 38s; Don Belleville, handicap lm, 8s,
corrected time, 16m, 21s,
Second race; Clifton Fox's "Mlnetta,"
handicap 4m, 39s, corrected time, 19m,
Ms; C. A. Harris's "Wah-hoo-wnh,"
handicap Gm, 42s, corrected time, 23m,
44s; C. R. Crosby's "Lygla," handicap lm,
corrected time, 17m, 40s; Nlms & Allen's
"Kiddop," scratch, time, 18m, Gs. Harris
Brothers' "Grey Wolf" did not finish.
Tho prizes wore silver cups nnd wero
given by the Islnnd Amusement Co.
Thero can be no equal rights until nil
members of jur stnte legislatures aro
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time. If you hnven't used PARISIAN SAGE
you aren't on the high rond to hair beauty.
PARISIAN SAGE Is tho most delightful
preparation thnt destroys tho dandruff
germs nnd by so doing removes In n
short tlmo the cuuso of dnndrufT, falling
hair, ltchng scalp, failed nnd lifeless
Dandruff germs are obstructionists;
tl'f nrovent thh. linlr from receiving It's
proper nourishment by ravenously de
vouring tho same nourishment. Use
PARISIAN SAGE for ono wcok nnd noto
the wonderful Improvement. Wilfred, F.
Root guarantees It, 00 cohts a bottle.
Genuine Mackenzie Ww!ens
. In the Newest
Reversible, Plaid Back
and Polo Material
For Automobile, Steamer, Snowshoe and House
Coats, Auto and Steamer Rugs, etc.
Sold direct to CONSUMER from the MILL
AT GREAT SAVING IN COST
Samples of material, cuts of coats and other information
by mail upon request
ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS
Bridgewater Woolen Company
Second-Hand Gasoline Engines
These are all newly overnauled and in first-class running condi
tion. We want to move these engines at once, as vs are overstock
ed, and offer them at wonderfully low prices for spot cash.
Two 4-h. p. Woodpecker Engines. One l-h. p. Gilson Engine.
One 6-h. p. Woodpecker Engine. One l-h. p. Gilson Engine.
One 4-h. p. hopper-cooled WoodpeckerEngine. One 5-h. p. Galloway Engine.
One 3-h p. International Engine, vertical.
GEORGE H. THWING, Putney, Vt.
New Engines in stock at all times, also other second-hand en
gines in addition to list given.
Every Kind of Good Printing.
E. L. H1LDRETH & CO.