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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21; 1920.
GAINS 20 POUNDS G TAKM TAN LAC SPORTING BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American League. Health In 25 Years,", Says Mrs. Brouillcttc : Won Lost r.c. Cl v. laml. 58 28 , .074 Npv York, . -oS ,32 .f4 j C hicnrt, ,U - 52 , '31 .(). : St. Louis, s- : " 43 ' 7 .404, Wellington,- '?.!) V 42 - .481 Boston... - 38 "41 ; .404 iMroit, 2!) 53 3 .354 j I'liiladolphia, 24 G4 . .273 Miss Leora Barker is visiting in Bn nington in the home of her uncle, Frank E. Howe. Frank Clark visited the first' of the wo.k with his sister in Springfield, this' . 1 A . , , . . a 2 BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Ernest J. Morse went yeseerday to Baltimore, Mtl., for , an indefinite stay. Mrs. George B'vi?tt went this morn ing to Townshend for a few days' visit. Julius Exner, who has been ill several days in his homo oji Prospect street and Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Murphy went to-1 -j -..,.,,,, , uuuv- ti:iv ruj rcenut'tu ij mhv 4 irw uuj a with fronds ing slo.wlv. Mr. and Mrs. Aflolph Klabunde, Who 494 . rr.ev. Clifford IT. Snutlfis visiting his len pists three weeks of Mr.' and 4l sister, MrsJjfred C. Brown pf. Bullock ; Mra- Juls Exner,-returned Monday ; to 4"4 street ' . . ... . .. - their liome in Jersey Citv. ' "I have not only gained twenty pounds in weight by taking Tanlac, but St ti now a well woman' and feel all of ten years younger," declared Mrs. .las. Brouillctte, a well-known and highly esteemed Vermont woman, liv ing on Marlborough Ave., Brattleboro. "After I had an operation about a year ago my digestion became so up set that I couldn't even eat milk and crackers without suffering great dis tress afterwards. I had no desiro for food and fell off considerably in weight. I also had such spells of dizziness that I had to hold on to a chair or some thing to steady myself, and the pains across the small of my back vera al most unbearable. My nerves were in such a terrible condition that' I could not stand the noise of the children around me, and was unable to sleep at night. .1 just felt tired arid worn-out all the time and don't believe I could have kept up much longer. "I shall always remember the day my husband brought me home a bot tle of Tanlac, for tlie way the medicine has built me up is surprising. I soon had a good appetite and can now eat anything I want and nevr suffer in the least from indigestion. I no longer have those dizzy spells or pains in the back, and my nerves are .strong again. 1 am so much stronger that I ain able to do the housework and also look after the garden, and can honestly say that I haven't felt in bet ter health for twenty-five years. . .. ... it.J-r. 11 owe it to ianiac tnai am a wen- i. roT t, woman today and gladly tell of my , Washington National League. Won Iost Brooklyn. - 52 35 Cincinnati, 40 35 Pittsburgh, 40 . 3!) St. Louis, 42 43 Chicago, 43 45 ' New York, 40 42 Boston, 33 42 Philadelphia, 33 48 P.c. .508 .508 .500 .404 .488 .488 .440 .40 American League Games Today. Chicago at Boston. Cleveland at New York. . Other teams not scheduled. National League Games Today. Boston at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. American League. Chicago, 7 11 New York. 5 10 Fa her, Kerr and Schalk; Quinn, Mc-j there street. Miss Marion Fraer finished work Saturday in the office of the Dunham Brothers company. Frank L. Burnett of the firm Vaughan & Burnett is having a vaca tion this week. . L. Chase went this morning to Lyndonville to visit a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amasha Chase. Mrs. Walter Sturges, who is employed in the office of the Dunham Brothers company, is having a two-weeks' vaca tion. Lawrence Taylor of Kansas City is visiting his cousin, Dr. Grace Burnett, and other relatives. He also will visit relatives in Guilford. Miss Jane Daley has returned from Barre, where she had been a guest of Miss Hazel Lyon, formerly of the high school faculty. " Capt. John E. Moran left this morn ing for his home in Great Falls, Mon tana, after spending 10 days here in the home of his si.-ter, Mrs. John T. Kainc. Alfred S. Thompson left today for Ocean Park, Me., to jojn his family for a week's stay. Mrs. Thompson am daughters are spending a few Mrs. Kathleen Young was discharged Sunday from the Melrose ' hospital where she had been three weeks, follow ing an operation performed by Dr. E. R. lvncn. . " . .. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tuttle visited friends in town today on their way to their home in Lebanon, N. IL, from lownsliend, where they had been vis iting Mr. Tuttle 's sister. Stewart Brown of New Haven, Conn., visueu jMomiay with his father, H. F. urown or vlm street, on his way home J A t TtTI 1 V jrom me nite .Mountains, where he had been attending a convention of the United States Kubber company, by which firm he is employed. TO TEST PEACE RESOLUTION. Graw and Puel. First game. New York. 0 Chicago. . .T Mogridue and Ttuel; Schalk. Second game. .8 10 Cicotte V. 14 0 and nvler, Schacht. 27,050 AUTOS IN VERMONT. Increase of 4,551 Automobile Club Issues Year Eook. The 1!20 year book issued by the Automobile Club of Vermont, taking registrations up to July 15, is just off the press and a copy has just been re ceived . at The Reformer office. The took contains the registration numbers ;f 27,050 automobiles, aside from the 5 :-t::t- trucks which bear number plates Iron; .ml to . all regis tered und:r the state highway commis sion. Thro are 701 motorcycle regis- at ions and. 201 dealers. These lig- rrr-s show an increase 01 -.;. 1 auiomo- !lcs over tlie number included in last year s book, wincii was issued j, (lays earlier. Tlie number of motorcycles in the state has nearly doubled, last year's figures showing 380. The num ber of dealers shows only a small in crease, last year's figures being 103. Copies of the year book are expocted at tha town clerk's office within a few lays. Erickson Picinich. First game, 15 innings. and . , 1 i't .j! 11 1. r - experience lor t nc oeneric 01 an who Oldham, Dauss and Ainsmith; Court sutler as 1 (nil.' Tanlac is sold in Brattleboro by the Brattleboro Drug Co., and in South Lon donderry by Geo. G. Smith. Adv. 0 3 Court Asks Federal Official tn Shnur Why It Is Not Promulgated., WASHINGTON, July 21. Chief Jus tice McCoy of the district supreme court, issued a rule yesterday rcoinrin.r Bain- bridge Colby, secretary of state, and Henry J. Bryan, editor of la vs in t li state department, to show c.nm. 'Monday why they should nnf Jw .nm. weeks' pel,ed to Promote as law the peace resolution with Germany missed at tb. last session of congress and vetoed bv President Wilson. The order of the court is based on a petition for m-iTiilomno :i...i 1- . re she had an operation per-l,nv bv TTtirtr j r,.n , ' ,luir" , her left knee.1 j J IJ VZ Miss Alice Doyle of Boston is visit- taxpayer. He contended that the Presi ing friends in town, coming to see her dent had no authority to veto a joint res sister. Miss Elizabeth Doyle, who is olution of congress and that tlie resolii convalescing in the Melrose, hospital tion became a Jaw upon its passage bv from an operation for appendicitis. the two houses of congress MVs. M. I. Heed, who had been BROO KLINE. WTillard Knapp and sister are enter taining friends from New York state. ,The Osgood brothers have bought the hay on the WTarJner place and will cutt. t(. Mrs, Arad Fellows and son, Floyd, f Putney are spending the week at Oscar Lawrence's. . . Mr. and Mrs. ' Frank , Churchill . of So.uth Londonderry were at IL II. Howe's recently. ' ; ' Frank Perry , of iAmhrst, iLi'ss., vis ited his, son, Delard. Perry;" and. called on friends last week.' " Mrs., Fred, Osgood, and; sdn( Lyndon, of Pittsburgh, ,pd., , spent the week with, j her fsister, Mrs. Harry . Howe. Mr., and Mrs. . li W. Bush and Mr. and -.frs. E. L. Bush, were in Benning ton Wednesday at the Soldiers' home. Mrs. Dominique Belleville and Mrs. Don Belleville, also Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Field of Bridgeport, Conn., were callers at A. A. Austin's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kent field of Amherst, Mass., were at A. C. Wellman's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Perry and Thelma returning to their home' with them. N ' Miss Leila Knapp has returned from Boston, where -she had been since May 20 in the New England . Baptist hos pital, where formed on Detroit, 2 Washington, 1 Khmke and Stanage; Shaw, and Picinich. Second game. Snyd Cleveland, 0 14 0 Boston, S 15 5 Morton. Fhle, Niehaus, Bagby and O'Neill; Fortune, Karr and Walters. St. Louis; 5 10 1 Philadelphia. 4 12 0 Biirwcll, Davi and Sevvereid; Moore, Navlor and Perkins. National League. ? . 1 fej Km has 1 IpI P.icnkh - 3 0 C-i'eini'.aG. 2 0 1 Grimes and Mdh-r; Eller and Wingo. Chicago, 0 15 1 Boston, 4 0 2 Carter, llendrix and Killifer; Scott, Watson and O'Neill, Wilson. New York, 5 8 Pittsburgh, 2 4 Nchf and 'Snyder; Cooper Schmidt. ' 0 o and vis it ing in the home of hr sister. Miss Allie F. Morse, returned yesterday to her home in Vernon. She wsis accom panied by Miss Morse, who will spend :;ome time there. Miss Leila Amidon, who is employed in the home of Dr. Henry Tucker, is bavins a two-weeks vacation and been vi-Titinir in Ifutland and Poultney ,t and is now visiting relatives in Chester-j g field. p A din Houjrhton, manager of the!S liougiiton i: Smionds store in spring field, (Vt.). is lure to spend a vacation of tw-i weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mr--. George Houghton of Clark street. Mrs. Franklin Pratt, Miss Florence 01 Pratt, Mir-s Elizabeth lute and .Miss -j Sybil Cox left yesterday on a camping trip in the northern part of the state. . They expected to stay at Bethel last J night. 2 Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Yeaw left today for Clyde, Ohio; where they will make their home. They were accompanied by their daughter, Miss Hua Yeaw, who had been visiting them here and who teaches in Clyde, and Mrs. Ixuiise Thomas, who will visit in Clyde before going farther west to remain several months with relatives. GREEN RIVER. James Ablard is helping at Earl Hen ry's in Halifax. Amos Black is at Ernest Thomas's this week haying. Mrs. Herbert White was a visitor at Charles Frost's Sunday. L. ,L. Churchill and friend are here this week to cut his grass. Mrs. Delia Nowlan returned to her home in Easthampton, Mass., Saturday. Will Denison visited in West Ley- den at the home of his uncle, Andrew Denison, Sunday. Mrs. William Martin and son, Roy, of Greenfield, Mass., were callers at Myron Thompson's and M.s. Ellen Miner's Sunday. Fred Stowe was at home Sunday. Mrs. Susan Stowe and cousin, Minnie Carey, returned to Greenfield, Mass., with him, after spending the week here. Guests at Mrs. Paul Hudson's the past week were her sister, Mrs. Wear, of Topeka, Kansas, Mrs. Shearer of London and Mrs. Carson of New York citv. . . townshend; Henry Austin of Chester recently vis ited old friends in town. ' Mrs. Edward Wright has been enter taining her brother from Bennington. George Eiendean has gone to Weston, Mass., where he has work in a garage. Mr. Lynch cut his hand badly while helping load a mowing machine on a wagon : recently. Mrs. Ella; Mason frf Bellows Falls has been visiting Jier daughter, Mrs. L. D. Parker, '.two" weeks. ' V'i': .3 Courtlaud. Lewis has- been a recent visitor at. the home of his parents,.'Mr. and Mrs, , (he t?r Lfw is. i ; : ".. , Frank' W'oodard-of 'Alien's wW' a Vis' hoi at the home of his aunt,'' 'Mrs: Charles Hall, last -week.'5'-' "Residents in the, north, end- of tlie toyvn saw and heard an airplane pass over Wednesday afternoon, July 14. (' , (ilrs., Emma Phillips hs returned from; a week's visit in Westminster with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Woodard, and with friends in Chester. ',Mr. and Mrs. Yerkers returned Fri day 1: to their honue in Whitinsville, Mifss., after spending two 'weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Perry. Arthur Cutler returned Monday to Five Oaks farm at Groton. Mass., where he has employment, after spend ing three days with his- parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Cutler. Mrs. A. M. Cushing and daughter, Mrs. Eva Parker, of Putney were in town Sunday. Wallace Parker, who had ' been spending a week with his aunt, Mrs. Alice Frederick, returned with them. A' pleasant afternoon wtis spent by about 15 members and .guests of the Hadassah League at Mrs. I). G. Smythe's summer home Friday after noon. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Smythe and Mrs. W. L. Tenney. At. the business session a vote was taken to hold a'fo6d sale oh' the vilage park Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 11. The committee -appointed to- have charge 'of the sale was. Mrs. W. L. Ter.iiey, Mrs. H. F. Howard, Mrs. Alma Cummings. , A heavy thundershower struck this section between 7 and 8. o'clock Monr day morning, the rain falling in such torrents in the northern parts of the town as to be almost a cloudburst. The , Toads were ; badly washed in ' many places. A curious effect was seen in var- . ious parts of ithe village before on heavy crash, balls of fire being seen in the air even entering houses and apparently exploding with a peculiar, sound of soft substance striking against boariftT' The telephone lines were put out lot", commission and some water pipes were affected. W. H. Eddyy bought recently of the trustees of Leland and Gray seminary.' the Phillips house on. North street which , has bepn used as j a residence for the seminary 'principal. . The property ., is .. one bf the most desirable of the village , homes,' and .includes besides the two story 'Jiouse, a large .garden and or chard with ' many; apple and smaller : fruit trees. ' Mr. jEddy. will rent tho 1 ... place for the present, to Mr. and, Mrs E. W-. Sa'e, who will move there late in the summer, f rom : the O'Brien bun galow. Prof, and Ms. . S. O. Salmcjn; who have been occupying the hoiim the past year, will vacate Aug. 1 arid go to their new home in , Endicott, Mass. - ' Miss Lena Hamilton, who has charge of the work of the Newi York Tribune Fresh Air Fund for this district was in town last week and appointed Mrs. C C. Robinson as chairman of a commit tee for this town. Mrs. Robinson has . appointed ' several helpers. A' ctout of children from New York and Brook lyn tenement districts will come to ; Brattleboro Aug. 3 for a two weeks', vacation in any homes open to receive them. The children will be from 5 to, 12 years of age, and age of the guests desired and whether boys or girjs: should be signified. It is hoped that this village will do its share in wel coming a large number of these little : people, who at home have no play ground but the street. Any willing to take one or more are asked to notify Mrs. Robinson by Saturday. Dona- tions of money also are solicited which will be used to pay the board of chil dren at summer homes. Neither cricket nor golf has eve.' had any particular attraction for King George V., but in his younger days he was reck oned one of the best game shots in Eaj?-" land. He is also an enthusiastic yachtc man, a fine horseman, a good skater, ai a keen angler, and enjoys a game of lawni' tennis. MtMi awiiiM nil mimnimmmiiUiiimiiinniiniiBiiitnimiiKmiii!! MiiiiinKimmiiiaiuflr I t-3 ; I1 P-5 x j:a m m m m m Know No Competition Any size VICTROLA will play any VICTOR RECORD. Any VICTOR RECORD in the latest hits sells for 85c. In the selection of the best in music you will no doubt appreciate the following key to satisfac tion: First Investigate "quality" of other talking machines at any old place. Second Investigate superiority of the Victor VICTROLA at any reputable music store. . Third Make your decision on the reliability, of guarantee, responsibility and tone. VICTROLA PRICES Victrola Viclrola Victrola Victrola Victrola Victrola Victrola 4th 6th 8th 9th 10th 11th 14th 325.00 $35.00 $50.00 $75.00 $125 $150 $225 Note: Wixere comparison is desired, Victrola 6th at $35.00 can be used and produce better quality of tone than other makes at any price. . . ALL THE DANCE HITS BY LEADING ORCHESTRAS AT 85c A Savins of 20 Per Cent Consider it. p I ff pillj m ?3 mm Id lif fell i - - E-i. ?3 GOODNOW, PE ARSON & HUNT i- !Hiimiiimmiiiuiiaiir,inwHunurawu:auiii:ii;iimiiiii:iainnii!!Uii Fourth Anniyer ;Our' D6wntatrs"S-dr Is NoWelebrating The Fourth Anniversary of Uhe Opening of Our Popular Dry Goods Department The generous support of our patrons to pur Fourth Anniversary Sale has been simply tremen dous. In spite of ample preparation, many lots of merchandise have simply evaporated they have gone so fast. But our Dry Goods manager has replaced them with equally good ones, so with new bargains in every section of our, basement store ' V. 'y-"', ; . Olht SALE WILL CONTINUE AT FULL SPEED UNTIL SATURDAY NIG HT J ; f Wash Goods Another Lot of Those Bates Ginghams . 32inches wide; regular 45c value, for 25 yd. Another Lot of Scotch Plaids, 32 inches wide 39 One Lot 59c Figured Dress Voiles. 39 m 1903 BARBERS 1 vlUSIC STORE 1920 Where conservative buyers look for all that is good in reliable musical merchandise. Edison Diamond Disc pjanQS of standard Make Mi:scal Instruments A a"avo i3 sSa One Lot 85c Fancy Figured Voiles ,at One Lot of $1.25 and $1.50 Dress Voiles Dress Figured ...98 Colored Dotted Swiss, for dresses', 75 75c Plain Colored Voiles, 40 wide . . ' ! 85c Plain Cplored Voiles, wide . . . 44 inches . 49 inches . G5 &r3 153 tri iirl Corset Department 12 dozen more of those $2.00 Corsets just received. Did you get any of the last lot? They come in pink. All sizes, for $1.49 Corsets, trimmed $1.75 $2.50 Royal Worcester Corsets, two styles, $1.98 $3.50 C-B Corsets, big sizes. Guaran- $2.25 Rubber Top with lace, teed li 1 1 iM! S2.95 ; Mme..JPfeil $3.50 Lace Front Corsets, :;' ' . $2.9S ;: $1Q;00 Cclrsets-frYfhy pay; 5tht ; price--, see them here at : ... ,, .,$G.50 and .$7.50 each f I'ttttl HHItHHtltttllM IfHHtlll 'Hi il tt 1 1 M H li HHMWHt I Ml tMttUWt Mt Hi HUI It MMIIUHHi IMMMt iOMMIIH UMM HMti HiHM U. S. Army Mosquito Tents U. S. Army Mosquito Tents. Contains about 14 yards marquisette which can be made over into curtains; $4.00 Value. On sale for $1.49 Latest Traveling Blankets, ' , $6.75 and $S.75. B'fr. Lliggage Department I $3.50 Well-made Matting Suit Cases. $2.50 $8.00 Tan Fiber Suit Cases, with strap, . $6.95 $10.00 Traveling Bags in black leath er, at " : $750 $12.50 Tan Leather Traveling Bags, $10.00 Domestics Cottons, Sheetings, Sheets, Crashes, Pillow Cases In Our Fourth Anniversary Sale at , ; Mill Prices. r 45c Unbleached Sheeting, 40-inch, :.. . , , ' 29 40c Bleached 36-inch Cotton .... 32 35c Unbleached 36-inch Cotton. . 25 65c Best Cameo Cotton, 36rinch, 49. 50c Long Cloth, 36 inches wide. . 35. 60c English Long, Cloth, 36-inch," 45 35c English Long Cloth, 40-inch,49 1 65c Tubing, 40-inch, extra 4U j 25c Heavy Bleached Crash. . . . .' 19 f 30c Unbleached Linen Crash. ... 21 ! 40c Startex Linen Crash. 32c SHEETS AT MILL PRICES . $1.75 . $1.89 .$2.00 .49 I $2.00 Sheets, 72x90, for.... j $2.25 Salem Sheets, 72x90. f $2.75 Salem Sheets, 81x90 65c Pillow Cases, 42x36 . . I i s i4. I House Dresses and Aprons ... - - y f In Our: Fourth ;Anniversary Sale Women's $2.25 Percale Dress Aprons, with elastic belt, " - ' ' $1.95 $2.98 Dress Aprons, .with plain colored belt and collar, ; $2.25 $3.50 SliiS-on Dress Aprons,, made up very stylish, with . belt and ruffled collar J new, for! 1- $2.50 Seersucker Wash Petticoats, in col ored stripe, for $1.45 Hosiery Department Look here for Wonderful Values1 1 during this last week of Our Fourth Anniversary Sale. ; i Women's $1.25 Silk Hose, white and black, '.; 95 Women's. $2.00 Thread Silk Hose, with mock seam in back, in white arid black. At this price, limit two pairs to a customer, $1.25 $2.00 Thread Silk Hose, black, white,- $1.59 $2.25 Thread Silk Cordovan Hose, '. 1- $1.75 $2.50 Pure Silk Hose, white and col ors, S1.95 $3.00, Drop . Stitch Silk Hose, ' $2.50 $3.00 Drop-Stitch Sport Silk Hose. $2.50 $5.00. Van Raalte,' all silk hose; black, cordovan, white, navy, $3.25 Infants' 35c Hose, white, tan, black, ; ' '.:- 25 Children's 40c Hose black, all sizes, 29 Children's 50c Hose, brown, black, 39 Children's Fancy Socks, 35 and 39 Women's 50c Lisle Hose, , 29 Women's Fine Lisle Hose, in black, cordovan, white, - 50 , 89c Fine Lisle Hose, with seam; won derful value in white, cordovan, and black, : . ' ". 75$ Lot 50c Lisle Hose, for .' 39. One Lot $2.00 Phoenix Silk Hose, in . colors, . . . . Fourth 'Anniversary Sale 95. pair u4mttmMMM , Summer Knit Underwear In Our Fourth Anniversary . Sale . ' Women's 35c Vests and Bodices, 25 Women's 50c Knit Vests, all styles Women's 75c Knit Union Suits, 49-. Women's $1.25 Swiss Union Suits,. . ' - ' ' --:i '7 -vts- Women's $1.50 Silk Swiss Union Suits for $1.19 Women's 85c Lace Trimmed Pants,: , . ; 69" Children's Vests and Pants, . : 294-, 35 Women's $3.00 Munsing Knit Union Suits, with glove silk bodice top; great value, at '$2.48 PI SLI T ' A 'A i i' f ..i; ,' :.! i ris-.u --K-i : . .: i . f 1 ', " ' I ' ' ' . ' . i-.iV.Jl !i-.;ui.if .1 Jll-.l 'tllj..l i ( ' 11 "- h j ' I -1 ', ! i.'t f.-.i-ln I" I .i-.'.h.i. ' ,'K.:i .,.. f t-;i- - J ;;.( t't: -, t- ...jsii :.'.'! . i f ; .,. i ti . " i -OiU- :. in 'i ' i a. i-. U) Vl.li 1.. ,1 . -..1 i in.'it . i 1 1 n II.Ol" .1 II I , 1 ,. - i ' .1 ni. 'i !.!' . i ,1-1 .( 'Ml Iimm -Xl ijl 7 es 51 IB -rj " 1 ' i