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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORME R, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1914.
WOMAN WOULD
IT GIVE UP
Though Sick and Suffering; At
Last Found Help in Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. 4 i
. ,.,0:, k,
Riclimnnrf, T:. " When I (darted
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
torn pound I was in a
dreadfully rundown
state of health,
u n ,i 1 i
iJz$ fSirtl hk' ml was so ex
tremely nervous and
pros trated that if I
had Riven in to my
feelings I would
have been in bed.
As it was I had
hardly strength at
times to be on mv
feet, and what I did do wa.3 by a great
rirort. I could not sleep at night and
ff eourse felt very bad in the morning,
und had a steady headache.
"After taking the second bottle I no
ticed that the headache was not so bad,
rested better, find my nerves were
rtrongt-r. I continued its use until it
made a new womr.n of me, and now I
enn hardly realize that 1 am able to do
bo much as I Jo. Whenever I know i ny
woman in need of a good medicine I
highly praise Lydia E. rinkham's Veg
etable Compound. " Mrs. Frank
Ci.Ak:;, "1 If. N. Tulip St., Riehmond.Pa.
"Wo .!:( 11 Have l!een Telling Fi'oinerc
f r f'-rty years how Lyiliu E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has restored their
Ivalth vh n suffering with female ills.
' his ace unt.-j for the enormous demand
fn it fr.ira coast to i;;.;t. If you are
troubh d villi any ai'ment peculiar to
vn:.n v;hy don't you try Lydia E.
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Sporting News
Twin State League
STANDING
Won Lost Pet.
Newport 24 12 667
BRATTLEBORO 19 17 528
Northampton 16 17 485
Ksenc 17 19 472
Greenfield 15 19 441
Bellows Fails 14 21 400
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
National League.
Clubs Won ... L-st I'.C.
X( w Viu k, 57 ' ::! .54
Lotoii. 51 J(i ,5"2i
('lie-ago, .": I S .525
St. Louis. 5 I -lit .."512 1
I'hiladelpliia, 1( 52 . K;t
Cincinnati, v 17 .4(J.-)
Mroohlyn, I:; 52 .I.jS
Pittsi.iif.. i:; r.t vtts
American League,, ,f?
Clubs Won Lost P.O.
Philadelphia, i7 ::i .;:..
I lo.-tftii, 5s (;" .rt:
Washington, 55 4 7 ...I."! I
iHtioit. 5:s 51 .51(1
' li -: i r , Til .").", .i4!M
St. Louis, 50 52. .-ISM)
.W-.v Vmk, it; 5s' .n-j
( if v 1-uhI, 7;; .;ii
National League Games Today.
'i tn'i im.it i at Boston.
'liirngo ;it Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York.
Pittsburg ;tt Philadelphia.
Amciican League Game Today?.
( 'It !a lol at Chicago.
i :'
National League.
At r.o-ton
I'.Mstrii. ?, S 0
illtiati. 1 C) 1
.1 .tint's a ri'l Ciowtly; HtMifoti, Yinling
;ui-l t'larK.
At r,r-.ol:lvii
I'.HM.klvn, ' 6 7 .1
'lii, ;.-(, () 4 a
All. a aiol Millar; It vender, Zat.t'I
a nil AichiT,
t N'o.v York
y t w York, S 10 ()
Loiii?-, 2 (') 2
If:-1 "an a n.l Meyers: Perdue, l'erritt
ami Su'ilcr.
! At I'lfHa'.fWjniia w "
j I'iM - Liu " 4 10 1
riui i.it loina, -j t;
II, union ami (Sil.son; Tiioup an. I
I'.r.in;, Killit'T.
American Lcagus.
At flcvi'lan.l
Philadelphia. ."i 5 1
( lew l-i ml. I f, r
Push ami Srlniiiu; Steen. Plaioiin
ami O'Neill.
At St. Louis
st. Louis. 1 10
w York, 1 ii
Weilman ami Auneiv; Caldwell an
Sweeney.
At hetioit
I e?roit-i;.ston, rain.
At Clii'TI-o
lii.-a::M-Wahin,L'ton, rain.
Twin State Notes.
Harrv Carro!!, eat.her lor the
L.
vers is to leave Keene this week, as
he d.'sires to have a vacation liet'ire
enteiint; upon his studies at Holy
Cross in Sejte:nler. Carroll will l.e
where .Manager Sullivan tan jjet hold
of him in a short time if iPsh should
not hurt.
do, , rue l.ii.'kley of the Newj.oit tlu!
not only . d'-ii los there is, ill teelin he
tween himself :.nd Mana-er Volk o
Newport, hut that he would i.ather phi;
'.i'u win. inaii wun any other manager
in th; league. He has ahvavs heen sat
isfied with Yolk and tin; Newport eluh,
an. I hrands evervthi nj.' tliU'erent
false.
I'.i'.l Yale, who '
with the Fellows
toned to quit the
as heen pkivin" hall
I'. ills eluh, has heen
"aine i.et ause ot an
in jury. In1 declares that it is the tirst
iiiue in ins lonr career ill at lit lias heen
forced out of the j;atiie hecause of an
injury. Yale made the uniipie record
of playing for seven seasons without
losin'.' a day and the hro.ik came when
he was in Northampton, a memher of
I lamp's old Connecticut league outfit
Yal" says that Northanipton wouhl like
to return to class B. ha;:ehall.
The it tory of the Kene team over
Newj.ort at Newport yesterdav was eel
ebrated in Keene last ni'ht when more
fha 2.000 (licere.l the team on its ar
rival. The- parade of men and hoys
headed by the City hand of Keene
paraded around the common. Rod fire
lined the streets and Central square.
J'uring the hand conceit on the square
word passed around of the victory and
ii vast throng waited after' the concert
for the reception to the victors. The
parada was led hv automobiles carrviii"
.. ... ' v -
liar's, re.l tire and hrooms, and the
members of the tam were heartilv
cheered.
Even the Horse Knew.
The newl v-mari ied pair had escape
from t lift r demonstrative friends, whe
the carriage stopped. The bridegroom
lot. lie! out of the window lmpationtlv
"What's the matter, driver?" he call
e.l. "-The horse has thrown a shoo, sir,'
was the reply. "Great Stott!" ho
ioane.i, even I tie norse Knows we re
just married." Ladies' Home Journal,
O'HARAS WIN
PRETTY GAME
Hard Hitting Coupled with
Sharp Fielding Held
Greenfield Down
SNYDER AND SAGER
OPPOSING PITCHERS
Perfect Tlirows from Field by Mat
thews and Kenedy Cut Otr Rims at
Plate Greenfield Missed Chance to
Tie Score in Ninth.
(Special to The Reformer.)
GRLLNFILLP, Mass., Aug. 11.
Hard hitting by Brattleboro ami
sharp lidding, which included two per
fect tlirows to the plate by Matthews
ami Kennedy that cut off scores, en
able Brattleboro to defeat Greeiilield
here yesterday in one of the prettiest
fame's' of the season by a score of 2
to 1. .
Brattleboro started scoring early Ln
the game, Devine leading off in the
second with a single, but -Johnston hit
to( Sager and a pretty double play re
sulted. Andrews lined the hall out for
two bases, Delaney walked and Sny
der sent Andrews acres:-; the rubber
with a (lean hit. Cargo was an easy
ont.
In the third with two down Ken
nedy hit an easv one to right, but
Bauer's glove was greased and Ken
nedy was safe. He scored on Devine 's
t wo-ha tiger. Brattleboro did not have
another chance to score until the ninth,.
v. hen Sharpe went into the left field
fence after Andrews's hard drive and
was knocked out. The hit went out
three bases, but iH'laney fanned and
Snvder grounded t Goodridge.
In the first inning Greenfield had a
look in, but the hick broke, for the
visitors. Bauer was safe en Andrews's
error and went to second on Parten-
icimer's sacrifice. Iowd hit sharply
to left and Bauer was taught at the
plate trying to score from set end.
Bow.' went to set end in the'throw to
the plate and he was nailed a minute
later when King hit to center. Both
throws to the plate were perfect.
Greenfield had a good chance to win
in the ninth. Dowd opened the in
ning with a single. King followed suii'
ajid Goodridge got his third hit of the
g.-une on a ball that took a bud
hound, Powd scoring G reenlit I I 's onlv
run. Glennon laid down a pretty
hunt, advancing the men on base:-.. Con
nolly hitting for Sharpe sent a long
llv to center, but King was not on
his ba-e ready to make a try for homo
and the chance to tie the score was
lost when Monahan hit to O'llara and
'was thrown out at first. The score.
Brattleboro,
'a rgo, 3,
Matthews. If,
O'llara. 2b,
Kennedy, cf,
Devine, rf,
Johnston, ss,
Andrews, lb.
Delaney, c,
Snyder, p,
h. po.
0 0
o o
a.
I
10
4
1
Totals.
Greenfield.
Bauer, rf.
Partenheimer,
Dow.l, 2b,
King, cf,
Goodridge, lb,
Glennon, ss,
Sharpe. If,
Monahan, cf,
Stiger, ,
Connelly,
7 27 17 1
h. po. a. e.
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4
4
4
o
1
1
10
f)
0
1
.T.itnLs,
I n'ning's,
Brattlelvoro,
G re en field,
1
!.-. 2
1 2 3 4 T, 0 7 II
0 1 1 ii o o o o tM-2
O 0 O tl 0 0 tl 0 1 1
' Tuf aP bases Brattleboro 12, Green-lield-i!'.
Sacrifice hit a', Partenheimer',
Clenr.on. Stolen bases, Devine,
O 'I Lira, Sharpe. Two-base hits,
O'Hara. Devine, Andrews. Three-base
hit, Andrews. First base on halls, off
Sager (1), Johnston; off Snyder (1).
Sharpe. Left on bases, Brattle.horo 7.
Greenfield 7. Struck out, bv Sager CO),
Matthews, O'Hara 2, Kennedy, De
laney 2; by Snyder (2). Dowd," Sager.
Batter hit. Delaney. Double plavs,
Sager to Dowd to Goodridge; Johnston
to O'Hara to Andrews. Umpire,
T, Keady. Attendance, oOO.
'Connelly batted for Sharpe in 9th.
KEENE BEAT BEARS
IN ELEVEN INNINGS
Sullivan Produced Wallop that Tallied
Two and Put Beavers in Clover
Newport's Hits Scattered.
(Special' to The Reformer.) r
iN'KW'FORT, NV JL, Aug. llj
. Sullivan,' the former Brattleboro
player, canie across with u single in the
11th inning here todav that sent two
runs over the rubber anil allowed Keene
to beat Newport by a score of to 3.
Morgan a n.l Bell were the opposing
pitchers and Morgan allowed Keene
only five hits, but the 11 off Bell were
not so will bundled as were the five
off Morgan.
Newport tied the score in the eighth
on a double by Saunders and a bad muff
by Dickinson. Dickinson started the
11th with a sin pie and MeFiwee walk
ed. Ferrin sacrificed and then "Sniiy"
came across. with his single Newport
1
in the last half. The
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Totals", ' 12 .". 1 1 3.1 1 I 0
Innings, 1 2 3 I ."" 0 7 s !! lo 11
Keene, 0 2 0 1 o o o o 0 o 2
Newport, 1 1 0 0 O o i 1 (I o 0 3
Sacrifice hits. IViriii, Murray, Fish,
Keaney, Ganley, Yolk, Saunders; sacri
fice ilies. Carpenter, Lynch; stolen
bases. Cvowther.Keanoy, Ganley; two
base hit, Saunders; three-base hit, Kea
ney; home run. Munav; first base on
balls, otf Bell 2, off Morgan 4: left on
bases, Keene , Newport 12; stiuck out,
by Bell 2, by Morgan S; hit by pitcher,
Stafford, Crowthor; wild pitch, Bell.
Time, 2. IS. Umpire, Kea.lv.
TWO CUPS WON BY
BRATTLEBORO MEN
Major Cooley Captured One in Fiotol
Practice and Company I Took the
Third Battalion Trophy.
In the events at the rille shoot at the
annual encampment of the Vermont
National Guard Com; any A of Rutland
won the fir-st regimental prize of a suii
ahlv engraved cup an I .L in cash,
having the highest figure of merit,
!!.. 1. Company M of Burlington had
the second highest figure of merit,
li.71, and won a suitably engraved cup.
hi the first battalion Company B of
St. Albans won the cup with a figure
of merit of 4 1.1. Company A had the
highest ligiire of merit, but having won
the regimental prize was ineligible to
win the battalion prize. Coinpanv P
of Northtield Won the second battll
i "ii cup with a mark of 42.!0. Company
I of Brattleboro t aptured the third bat
talion cup with a mark of 4S.(K, al
though Company M had the highest fi
nre of merit but was ineligible, having
W'-n the second highest regimen. al
prize.
Major W. O. Cooley o Brattleboro
won an engrave. I up for the officer
making the highest aggregate in the
.pistol practice course. His score was
13.'..
Didn't Go Any Farther.
A gentleman v. as descending the ice
covered surface if a steep street in
Toronto when his feet went from un
der him. and he .-lid down in a sitting
posture. He had not gone mgre than a
few yards in this position when his legs
came in contact with a lady who was
cros.-iing the street, causing her to sit
down hurriedly on him. They proceeded
thus together at an increasing speed,
and shot, out onto the square below,
when the gentleman coming to rest,
said: "I beg your pardon, madam;
you must get off here. 1 don't go any
farther! Strand for August.
His Snap.
" '1 gorry, I 'm tired! "
"There you go! You're tired! Here
' be a-stan-ling over a hot stove all day,
an' you wurkiu' in a uoe cool sewer!''
I he Mas:
Thanhauser, 2 Ileal Feature
Kathleen, the Irish
Rose
a Historical Ramance Feat
uring Maud Fealy
The Certainty of Mm
Flying-A Western Drama
War Hews
from "Servia" in Today's
Pathe Daily
N. Y. CityTen Million Dol
lars in Gold sent by Parcle
Post from; the U. S. Mint
arrives safely at the Sub
Treasury i
Keystone Comedy
Tango
Don't Miss This Funny One
-EXTRA-
Special Featurs Friday
The GREAT MINE DESASTER
In 4 Parts
Matinee Daily at 2.15
Evening 7.45
Admission 5-IOc
went out in order
score:
Keene.
Stafford, 2b ,
Dickinson, if,
McElwee, 3b, '
Fen in. If,
Sullivan, lb, '
Murray, ss,,r
Lynch, cf, ,
Fish, c, ',.
Bell, p,
Totals, . r ' ."
Newport.
p'AIara, rf,' '
On wilier, 21i,
Keaney, .!b,
Canlev, cl",
Yolk, lb,
Brickley, If,
Saumlers, ss,
'ai penter, c,
M'orjran, p
Wright, p,
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ONE LEGGED SWIMMER IS
MAKING NEW RECORDS.
The performances of J. F. Iles
leure. the one legged Australian
freshman swimmer, have rather
upset the well established theory
that the legs do most of the
work in swimming. 'On top of a
long list of successes he has
just set tip a record that any
two legged ; swimmer would be
proud to own.
In the Cambridge university
swimming sports he showed ex
ceptionally fine form, and, in ad
dition to winning three first
prizes and a second prize, he
swam the 100 yards in record
time for the university.
The following are his perform
ances: First prize In the -hundred
yard race; time, CO 3-5 seconds
(university record).
First prize in the plunging com
petition; distance, sixty-five feet
one inch.
First prize in the quarter mile
race.
First prize in the fifty yard
race.
Second prize in throwing the
poU ball.
RUSSIA NOW IMPORTS
i OUR PACING STALLIONS.
Two Well Bred Turf Performers Ship
ped For Foreign Stud.
The recent shipment to Russia of
two well bred pacing stailions Lo
eanda, 2:02: and John Ward, 2:0o
by E. J. Tranter of New York, has oc
casioned wide and thoughtful comment
among trotting horse men and breeders
In this country.
This Is almost the first time in the
history of the light harness horse that
pacing stallions have been shipped to
Europe outside of England, and while
it is not at present known just for
what purpose these horses ,are to be
used, it seems to indicate that there
is a new field opening up for good look
ing, well bred, free legged, fast, record
pacing stallions.
If these two pacing stallions make
good for whatever purpose they have
been purchased, it is likely there will
be a big demand for this product of
the American trotting industry.
The demand of the foreign market
for American bred trotting stallions
with fast records has for some time
far exceeded the supply, and during
the past few seasons Europe has taken
so many high class horses of this type
that her further demand Is beginning
to be a difficult one to till. It may be
for this reason that the Russian breed
ers are beginniug to look upon such
horses as Locanda and John Ward as
acceptable.
Both are trotting bred, free legged
performers, and if crossed with the
pure gaited OrlotT trotting mares, mem
bers of a breed in which the pacing
tendencies have been suppressed for
more than a hundred years, it is quite
sure that they Avill prove successful.
FINNS OUT OF OLYMPICS.
Russia Decrees That They Appear Un
der Her Athletic Standard.
The Russian government has Issued
a statement saying that Finland can
not be represented as a separate na
tion in the next Olympic games, but
Photo by American Press Association.
HANNES KOLEHMA1NEN.
all Finnish athletes -ho wish to com
pete must do so underthe Russian flag.
,- This will mean that Kolehmalnen.
Tainale and the other1 sensations of the
Stockholm meet will have to give their
points to the czar or not compete. As
the feeling against Russia runs very
high in Finland at present, the chances
are that these men will not appear at
Berlin.
Kolehmalnen is the greatest middle
distance runner the world has ever
Been, and Taipale is a marvel with the
weights.
The music originating in - this coun
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