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THE BRATTLEBOIIO DCTDY -REFORMERS 3IOD A Y, JUL Y 12, il920.
nnHwiittwiwitmiiitmiuM""' SPORTING STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American League. Cleveland, New York, Chifa;o, Washington, Hosioi, Si. Louis. I tr it. Mi hi.K-lpliia, Brooklyn, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, I'jtti-hurgh, Boston, Ki'v York, Philadelphia, Won. , Lost I'et. 51 2fi .002 ."'J 27 .(") S -1G 29 .013 '.17 3r V.14 j.?.-; , 37 .4SG ;30 3!) .4 SO '23 ; r.O ..31.") '.21 . "58 .200 ial League. Won. Lost Pet. 41 32 , ."j7St 41 31 .r.o; '39 3H .r,oo ;. 3D .500 ?,: 30 .403 ;!1 35 .470 35 40 .407 30 43 ' .411 American League Games Today. St. Louis at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia. "National League Games Today. lloslon at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. I'hilaiU lphia at Cincinnati. SATURDAY GAMES. American League. Now York, 7 .11 1 Detroit, G . 12 2 Tliorinaliltii. Mays and Hannah; Dauss ami Ainsniith, Ten innings. Cleveland, 7 Washington, 2 Covelcski.' and O'Neill Pieinich. First 'game. Washington, 2 Cleveland, 1 Shaw and (iharrity; O'Neill. Second game. St. Lou's, 5 Boston. 2 7 Sot heron and Severeid; Jones, and Walters.' Chicago. G Philadelphia, 0 Falier and Schalk; Naylor, Konimell and Perkins. 0 Snyder ' 8 11 Bagby 17 4 and 0 4 and 0 Kerr, 10 League. 1 0 and O'Neill First grime 3 Lii'jii'i 10 0 0 Kllei ATHLETICS GIVE KEENE BIG SCARE Barely Miss Tying Score After Visitors Get Big Lead CLOSE MATCH GOES TO GREENFIELD BRATTLEBORO. PERSONAL- LOCALS. DEFEATED Rogers 0 Pmnont 0 BY SCORE OF 11-10 Carpenter 1 Visiting Golf Team Defeats JBrattle- boro 19 to 17 at Country Club Return Match to Be Played. In a close and interesting golf match on the Brattleboro Country club links Saturday afternoon the Green field 'Country club won from the Brat tleboro Country club. 19 to 17; The re sult was in doubt until the end. The teams had luncheon at the club house after the match. Brattleboro will play, a return match at some date to be dee'ided upon. Following is the score of Saturday's match: Green field. Eurke Shows Unusual Wildness and Is Taken Out in Sixth Barry the Star Actor Visitors Get Four Off Stowell in Seventh, Then Blanks. After the close of the first, half of the seventh inning of yesterday's game between the Crescent A. C. of Keene and the Athletics nearly any fan would have been willing to concede the visit ors an easy winner, but the eternal un certainty of baseball here cropped out and the locals came to life good and plenty. With a scote.of 11 to 3 against them Ihe Athletics got busy and from the seventh on kept the fans in an up roar urging them to come through, and just how well they responded is shown by the final score of 11 to 10 and the tying run on third, but Capt. Kennedy could not connect and the game was over. Burke started on the mound for the locals but was taken out in the sixth. It is an unusual thing for Burkie to be wild but wild seemed to be his middle name vesteriTa v, for in the six innings in which he worked he trios to first, two of Allen 0 Backard 3 Chapin 0 Maters 2 IHrich 2 rond 3 Sea very 1 Foss 3 Lunt 1 Totals, Greenfield Brattleboro. Thompson J. P. Estey 3 B. R. Uchida 2 Jos. Estey 0 L. L. Dunham 2 Brittan 0 D. Cowles, jr., 3 G. Tasker 0 Crane 1 Bobbins 0 Newell 2 Blake 0 ' J. Kuech 2 19, Brattleboro 17. Mxs. Leopold Retting is visiting, in Nashua, N. IL, for two weeks. Mrs. W. P. Jones left today for a two weeks' visit hi Dedham. Mass. "Robert Cobb of Charlemont, Mass Barber & Miller. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL :o. Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Cooley are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooley of Ludlow. ' . . Miss Margueriro.,Xixpn haa ttaken a position in the Taw offices of Barber, YESTERDAY'S GAMES. 11 American League. Cleveland. 4 Washington. 0 7! Morton and O'Neill; Johnson, Eriek son and Pieinich, Gharri ty. New York, ft 7 ' Detroit. 5 11 vMays and Ruel; Ehmke and fmith. No other games scheduled. 0 Ain- Natlonal League. Brooklyn, 2 11 . 1 St. Louis, 1 2 Marquard and Elliott; Doak and Dil hoefer, ("lemons. Cincinnati, C 13 " Boston, 3 9 3 Sallee, Eller and Wingo; Rudolph. Mcquillan and Gowdy. New York, 3 S ? Chicago, 2 8 " Benton and Nn viler; Vaughn and Kil-lifcr. No other name scheduled National Boston, CiiH-inrial i. Oeschgei and Wingo. Cincinnati, f Best. hi, 2 King and Wingo; Scott, 'Ejiyre and Oewdy, O'Neill. Second game. New York, 8 I ) 2 Chicago. ;1 9 2 Nehf and Smith; Martin, ' Carter, Jbndrix and O'Farrell. j Brooklyn, " 7 13 2 n. Louis, 2 9 4 PfeflVr and Krm'ger; Goodwin, Sher . 1 and Dilhoefer. I Philadelphia, S IS 0 Pittsburgh, 7 11 4 Causey, Gallia, Rixey, Meadows and .Wheat, Withrow; Hamilton, Cooper and Schmidt. First game, 11 innings. Philadelphia, 3 9 1 Pit'-ibureh, 1 6 (t llnbbell and Withrow; Ponder and iloeffner. Second game. ued five free which forced in runs, iliey an nave ineir on though, and when right this lad" will fool many of the good ones. n --i, ,.;ie.i at Turners F:ills A curious feature of Chinese coins. Saturday,' was called to the firing line j the nailmark, appears to have origi nal mwl l.efore , nated in an acenient very cnaracieris- game A curious feature of at the start of the, seve the visitors were retired in that inn ing four more tallies crossed the rub ber, leaving the locals eight big runs in the rear. In spite of Ihe fact that there were errors of omission and commission, passes, hits and a little of everything else mixed together there was enough g( Oil Haying and good sound hitting to make the game interesting, ei-pe cially so from the seventh inning tin1 finish. Barrv was t Lo star arte h aw out. Hi catch drive in th eighth as the best play puU. d off this season. With men on second and third and one out Cooke met the ball s.iuarely on the nose and away if sailed to riirht center. Barry got awav quickly but apparently neither he or Rattee could possibly catch it. Bar ry, however, made a final lunge as the tic, of China. In the time of Queen Wen tck a mode! in wax of a proposed coin was brought for her Majesty's inspec tion. In taking hold of it she left on it the impression of one nail, and the impression has in consequence been a marked characteristic of Chinese coins for hundreds of years. to orv plaving the of Cooke's Among the botanical curiosities found in the Isthmus of Tehauntepec is a botanical clock. It is a flower which in the morning is white, at noon is red, and nt night blue, ami the alterations of color are so regular that the time of day can flo wer. be told from the tint of the (Continued on Page 5.) 1 TODAY AND TOMORROW Monday and Tuesday Princess Theatre 7 a.. .- j.jfi..-. '-it offcrs MAURICE TOURNEUR Presents I 3 S.w&iF "Treasure By Robert Lewis Stevenson A Paramount Artcraft Picture Pirates Spanish Gold Hidden Treasure. A marvelous picture of tin greatest of all adventure stories. Dive into the battle with pirates at the Benbow lnn! Shiver at the mutiny murderous sailors on the good ship Hispaniola! Thrill at the gold-hunters wifh tv. wiVkpdPRt hand of buchaneers thaf ever slit a throat! VI II" W'V, , vw - . 1 j 1 1 I Of yo-ho, i. r J M n J i fitrht for the Treasure Island stockade! Sail over the Spanish Main i the wickedest nana 01 Ducnaneers mm evei &ia A roaring romance for boys and girls 'twixt nine Played by a perfect cast, including SHIRLEY MASON and LON CHAN EY, the man whose marvelous acting as the Frog was one of the sensations of "The Miracle Man." "Fifteen men on the Dead Man's Chest Yo-ho-ho, and a battle of rum ! Drink and the devil had done for the rest Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum .1" Made by the Master Director, Maurice Tourneur : ADMISSION FOR THIS PRODUCTION: . ; Matinee: Children 10c; Adultsl7c Evening: Children 10c; Adults 25c ' ! TAX PAID spent Sunday heie with his sister, Mrs. Frank Olden. . " Mrs. Mary Milkey left Saturday for Newburyport, Mass., where she will spend two weeks. , Miss Xathalie Benson was a guest over the week-end of Miss Dorothy Edwards at Fpoftord lake. Miss Edith Stolte and Mrs. C. O. Robbina left this morning for a vaca tion of two weeks at York Beach, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hopkinson have gone to Bennington to spend the summer with their daughter, Mrs. Harry Dudley. Millard Coleman, student in the Uni versity of Vermont, is working during the summer vacation for E. Crosby &; Co. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruce and their two daughters are' visiting two weeks with relatives in different Massachusetts towns. Stewart Stearns, who is a student in Dartmouth college, is working in the Vermont National bank during the va cation. Mrs. Harry Kendrick of Greenfield, Mass, was in town j'esterday to see her brother, Ray Mixer, who is in the Memo rial hospital. Mrs. Slon Richmond went Satur day to Greenfield to visit over the week-end with her daughter, Miss Nor ine Richmond. , . . Frank Eckels of Nashville, Tenn., came here yesterday afternoon from Buffalo, N. Y., to visit at his home on Cedar street. Mrs. Frank Knickerbocker and nephew. Robert Wilson, ami Stillman Pike, all of Bridgerrt, Coiin., are vis iting at Arvine Pike.'s. Mr. and Mrs. Fred LaFrinea of Schenec tady, X. Y., who had been visiting in the home of his brother on Prospect street, have returned to their home. Charles Aher returned last night to Halt. 'more, Md., after spending a va atinn at his home in town. He was teeompanied by Marshall Hubbard, who will visit there and in Washing ton, D. C, and other places. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner of Essex Timet ion, and Mr. and Mrs. -William Bennett of Manchester, visited friends in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. War ner ' had been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Bennett in Manchester. .Mrs. Frances E. Clark of 3 School street went to Pittsfield. Mass.. Satur day niirht to meet and return with her son and wife,? w ho motored . from Vort Monroe, a., last week". Taev are spending three, days here befor.e going Kennet Harper of Boston spent-the week-end in town with his aunt, Miss Minnie Hodgkins. ,. Edward Lvonsjhas finished .work -for' the Wilder iFarhv Products and is working for the Central Vermont railroad. , Mr. and Mrs. Leland Rounds and daughter have gone'to his former home in Lacona; N. Y., to spend a vacation of two'weeks.' j. Miss Jane Daley has finished work in the oflice, -of the Holstein-Friesian Register company. She is .visiting friends in Barre. " Miss Gene Plympton finished w'ork for" the'1 season Saturday in Donnell Diivis'ft nvillirttirtr ctnrn nml wonf -f A company nor iiome in wnrdsboro. :, BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Principal .T. R Warren has taken a osit urn with E. L. Jlildreth & Co. dur- -ing the summer. : ; ' '; t., . " -. Miss Mary Bass of ; Groton Long Point, Conn., is spending two weeks' vacation with Miss Ada A. and Mis9 Nellie T. Eddy of Green street. '. Frank Holbrpok of San Diego, Cab, 5s yisiting his cousin, S. IL Churchill, at' .his' home on Hjgh "stree.t, t . ; v j f 0 1 V"" : i' It s a a 'r - .U: 1 1 ! : : t eh 'i if.- to figure why Camels sell! on to Maine. Hew L. F. Powers, D. !. and If C, wl th Host Vrs. Towers of asldngton, D. C., who art on an automobile trio to Boston, were quests here yesterday of Rev. and Mrs. I). K. Trout. They went from here yes terday afternoon fo.'t.rthtiejd, Mass., to remain until today".- ""'s' TURKISH &DOMESKCmA ; , ' 'fv;.V.if . WEND " yA " You should know why Camels i sty are so unusual, so reiresning, so satisfying. First, quality second, -w Camels expert blend of choice Turkish y and choice Domestic tobaccos which you'll certainly prefer to either, kind smoked straight I Camels blend makes possible that' Wonderful mellow mildness yet all the desirable body is there 1 And, Camels never tire your taste 1 You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or unpleasant cigaretty odor 1 For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any ciga rette in the world at any price ! Camels ara mold everywhere in ecienticUy sealed packaSem of 20 cigarettes: or ten packages (200 cigarettes) in a glaasine-paper-carerad " carton. We strongly recommend this carton Sor the Lome or otHc ' "' supply or when you trsveL ' ,,, 17 J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winton-SIem, H. t -''-.lilll.lHWMW- gmraiiMiiiffl!i!i!iiM It is hardly to be imagined that dia monds have anything to do with the . .... A l' . i 1 , ' . . A i . V '. . irt buililinsr or a oaiuesnip. ifi iuia 1 r ' so. for diamond dust is used for cutting I n ml turning the tremendously hard mi steel which is used in the manufacture of modern armaments. GO ODNO W, PEARSON: & HUNT p 1 M:ffi!UiMii!ii!!!ia!:i;i.iiii,i;!!:iii;H! i;!ii::!ii;-iHiiii:;i)i;:ni;i!ii:iiii;iu:-i!i; ;s:i;iiii!im;!i!:i::!.:!liii!!:iii;!iii,!Hii:wc:iiirilii-in"!ii tig8miinCTlillHCT::!T;W!llBlwar!m:!Bi:ii;rjliimiail fu- " Our B&yss Department Is Now Offering . Wonderful Values During ur Fourth Anniversary Sale O Boys' Read Carefully This Bulletin of Bargains Wash Suits Mothers will do well to pay a visit to our Boys' . Department now during our Anniversary Sale and inspect. our showing cf these popular garments. We were never better able to take care of you than now. Hundreds of colors, fabrics and styles to choose from, including Sprague-made, Tom Sawyer and Kayanee Suits. Sizes from 3 to 10 years. Boys' $2.00 Wash Suits, Sale Price 1.G5 Boys' $2.50 Wash Suits, Sale Price $1,95 Boys' $3.00 Wash Suits, Safe" Price $3.45 Boys' $4.00 Wash Suits, Sale Price. $295 Boys' $4.50 Wash Suits, Sale Price $X45 Boys' $5.00 Wash" Suits, Sale Price $3.95 Boys' $6.00 Wash Suits Sale Price S 1.95 .. . " :V-1 Boys, Suits Made of good weight wool material in the wanted styles in neat brown, gray or green mixtures, all nicely tailored. Many with two pair's of knickers, lined through out. Sizes from 6 to 18 years. mm Boys' $10.00 Suits., Boys' $12.00 Suits. Boys' $15.00 Suits. Boys $18.00 Suits. Boys' $20.00 Suits. Boys' $25.00 Suits. Sale Price $7.45 Sale Price $9.75 Sale Price $12.75 Sale Price $14.75 Sale Price $16.75 .Sale Price $10.75 - T-t rip i-vNt Boys' Furnishings Boys' $1.25 Percale Blouses in stripe pat- terns. Sizes 6 to 15 years, . - ',' Fourth Anniversary Sale 85 Boys' $1.25 Fine Ribbed Union Suits, short sleeves, knee length. All sizes, 4, Fourth Anniversary Sale. 75 Boys' $2.'50 Pajamas, good patterns. All sizes; Fourth Anniversary Sale $1.95 Boys' $1.00 Bathing Suits, plain gray color,. ." Fourth "Anniversary Sale 50 Boys' $1.00 Jumpers,- covert color; best quality Sizes-4-to 12, . ' . - . . FourthA Anniversary Sale 75 . Entire . Stock .of Chfldreri's $2.00, $2.50 and "V'$3JD0 Straw Hats v2? ;' . n c.Fourtb Anniversary bale jpx.uu . ' , ' 'Boys:$1.50 Negligee Shirts., no collar, good t.s j s patterns. yu sutca, .. . - T i '- ' f b.tV.-. i fourth jAnniversary i Sale.'. $1.15 ; iwHovV $r,50 Blue and White 'Stripe Overalls-. ;: 'With (red trimmings. Sizes to 8 years, Boy's 50c -VPeafr Waists, all sizes, v :. Fourth Anniversary Sale 35? Boys' 50c Fine Ribbed Hose, slight seconds.1 All sizes, Fourth Anniversary Sale 35 Boys $2.00 Khaki Trousers, knickerbocker style. , All sizes, , . ? Fourth Anniversary Sale $1.G5 Boys $2.00 Rubber Ponchos, extra quality; from fresh stock, . 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