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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920.
SPORTING m m 5 : i RUTLAND HOPEFUL DESPITE SORE ARMS CHICOPEE LOOKS FOR HARD GAME Football Squad, lieccntly Vaccina led, Will Get in Wee!: of Practice for Ilratlhboro Game. ItUTLAXI). N-v. 3. The Putland high school football to'trn will be obliged to give up piactice for about two weeks; owing to recent vaccinations, lint it is! planning n a week of strenuous work be-J lore the game of g.me.s wiia the l'.r.ittle boro high school eleven on St. Peters' field, Nov. IV. j This game is probably at traetin.Lt more attention among tin: ddl'erent schools , than any football contest to be played between Vermont high schools in many: years. j The fans of the orgun town are wild, over the eon test and it is understood that, i a movetnent is underway to have about :i00 of them accompany the team to this: city to act as a cheering sjuad. Theiv is no finest iou about lratt leboro having a! good team, and iiceording to local lansj wtio Pave seen H m action it is consider ably heavier than the Rutland team. It has played fast football this year, and lias not lost a frame. The fact that it de feated the llolyoke, .Mass., high school team last Satin day show a that it must be a' pretty fair outfit. Rutland fans, however, and in fact football lovers from all parts of the state who have seen OT.rien's "wonders'' in action this ynr are unanimous that it will tike a real team to beat them, to hhv nothing of holding them scoreless 'O'bie'' is said to have sonc in-nde ''dope'' to impart to hU charges for this contest. He and all of the members of the sipiail want to win this g-une, to off ret the mdv victory that has been son el aiiainnt the Rutland hiuh sclc.! learn while it has been under his chaise, l!iat t leboro having defeated them in ihatt.o' morab'.e game at P.ellows Palls thiee vears ago. (.'itthig IJeadv for Game with IJrattlc- Iniro Saturday cf This Week Men to Make the Trip. CIIICOPEE, Mass., Nov. 3. Brattte- loro is the next name scheduled for the Skiptowners. The Vermont team is con sidered one of the best in the valley and is expected to give the lliggiusvillers a hard game. The only thing Coach h'itz patiick's team wishes is revenge for the H-l.'i lefeat last year. The t'liicopee team will be considerably weakened by the loss of "Ktiie" Uettigole, star hacktield ma.i, ami Charpetitier, center, who are on the scholastic list lor study difiiculties. The J'raltleboro ame is considered one of the most hnpoitaiit schoolboy con tests in the valley this week. Brattle- ill of n, w one I n.copee vofi-'enced e Captain (i nolo pas won St ill Ullt' a more e.y team with trim will give the tin airaiust real it;; frames this sea las lost only one to even. The Vermont orborino and Monui local lads a chance material. t'liicopee on Cap two ( ' nliss and l' b;.'kline off yester i "--Ives for in to win (lepem! mostly ( lenient, Cineopce's men. Th- ji. iiad. was given a day dav in order to prepare the te-ts in school work. Two of Chieopee s star men are cut because of , f;fdure to conform with the regulations of the school. A long blackboard talk was "Iveu the players by Coach Kitzpatrick . '1'he men who are exnected to make the trio are Clement. Corliss, Iiassilakis, M. Mish, White, Sell-y, Shaw. Moore, Her man. Davis. O'Bri-n. Murphy. Bettigole share for the clubs in the commissions on the nuituel pools. Notwithstanding that the football rules committee has recommended that the players be numbered in the big games, the recommendation seems to have fallen on deaf ears so far as the most of the prominent Eastern colleges are concerned. Princeton so far is the only one of the big universities that has determined to number its players, and Head Coach Bill Rotier of that institution declares that ihe Tiirors win be numbered m the games with Yale and of or i BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Attorney O to Boston on Peon Moon in Charles F. B. Hughes went yesterday business. has begun work this week Mann's hardware store. A. Kehum and family moved this week from Kiverview street to u Cross street. Mrs. F. It. Holland is here from Ja- Harvard regardless maica to spend several days at her home wlietner tneir opponents use muiiuna in -nam sum, not. .In view ot the general aemanu irs. X. J. Hawlev. who had been con- a bronchial trou- on tiie part or tne iootoau puunc i""iineri to her home with uumoers ne useu ii is uiuiyuii w i bie,-is out again. stanil takef tion.'' wny steps the rules committee does no to enforce its "recommenda- JAMAICA. his horse to Frank .I ( hari-entier will alsi they can arrange to in;: . ulties. make t up their tr-n dif- 11. Sopcr anl family father, E. E. Bemis, Sporting to IS Notes. have a municipal ;-luhs have led need their A' Ml, ME THROAT Eases Quickly When Ycu Apply a Little Ivlustcrole. And Musterole won't blister 1;!:2 the old-fa shioncd inv.stard plastcr. Jtist spread it cn v.-:ih your fingera. It penetrates to the core spct with a Cenda tingle, loosens the congestion end draws cut the soreness and psin. Mustercle is a clean, vJiita oint ment made with oil of mustard. Ii is fine for quick relief from sor-3 throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, .ti:" neck, asthma, neuralgia, headach?, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum bago, p3ins End aches of the back ct joints, sprains,soremuscleo,bru:se3,chil blains, frosted feet, colds cn the chest. Nothing like Musterole for croupy chil dren. Keep it handy fcr instant uze. re Xew Orleans foothall league, .KfoU llllXHI c a.dm i.-'sion l ri cs. i Xt-t year's track and field chamiiion-' ships of the W'c-'leru Canada Intercol legiate union will he held at Edmonton. Ten foveifin teams will compete in the annual si-day hicycle race to he staged in .Madif-on Sqiuire (larden heinnin Dec. -. T'no annual Southern nolf season will 1 e I'sliered in Xovemhcr 10 with the op 1 1 i n 'jr of the annual Carolina tournament a. I'iuehui st. 1'ixiiiji chilis in numerous cities are fcllowiii;; the plan of the Xew York llox iun eommission in having two judges and a referee to otliciate at bouts. I'ethlehem, l'a., boasts of a soccer eleven composed entiiely of Chinese play ers, believed to be the first of its kind ever organized in the I'nited States. Dining the season just closed only five (Jrund 'it cult trotters won more than s!o,iiO Peter Manning, Arimi "uy, l'eter .Coley, Sister Hertha and Day Star. Fred I u 1 1"' 1 1 . who has not foimht s!m-e he went ."gainst Hairy Wills in their bat tle at Xew ark seveial months ao. .has hi en in training at Ids home in Minne soti with the expectation of j,etlini; back into the rin. at an eaily date. In Harry A apiears to havi backs in the ten-seeo!d man the few t:ack us.- their speed iron. Keducti ii in the amount of prize monev disiri'iiited to the horsemen bv the vaiious Canadian chilis will probably tcMilt fiom the new dominion rak-inn h tfi-ljtioii, whieh provides for a heavy dailv tax on the tracks and a smaller i:ns Montana university one of the star (uarter Noithwest. Adams is a on the track and one ot stars who seejn able to to advantage on the l id- I'.en Stark sold Knight this week. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas visited relatives in Xew York this week. lien Howard of Putney was in town Saturday on business. A good number attended the auction at Edward D. Bennett's Saturday. The millinery showing at the hotel was well attended Friday and Saturday. A. "VY. l'.utler was elected town repre sentative at the freeman's meeting Tues day. Roland Wheeler has bought a -large work team for use on the oil wagon this winter. .Mrs. Ilattie Allen, who is living at Mrs, Phineas Allen's, visited in AYards- boro last week. Mr. and Mrs. L,. were visitors of her over tt.e weeK-ena. (leorge Brooks is moving his household goods from the house near McLean's mill to his farm on South Hill. Mrs. Mary Sherwin has gone to Man cluster to spend the winter with her sis ter. Mrs. Ellen Wyman Harry Sherwin, who has been in town the past week assisting his mother, has returned to his work in Palmer, Mass. Mrs. John Clark, who has worked at Linden Lodge the past month, has re turned to her home here. ' There will be a harvest supper served nt the church hall Thursday evening from until S o'clock. Bussed Ahlrieh. who has been a guest at Mrs. Addie Gardner's, returned to his home in Springfield, Yt., Monday. "Sirs. Abbie White went Monday for several weeks' stay with her son, ltev. William White in Sterbridge, Mass. Miss Had White has finished work at tin Jamaica House and is visiting her mother in East ham pton, Mass., for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Iloisington and family of Springfield and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gardner were week-end visitors at George Gardner's. Word has been received that II. Ii. Anisden of South Vernon fell while riding a bicycle, breaking his collar bone and injuring his knee and that he is suffering with concussion of the brain. Much sympathy is felt for Fred Sellers who has just reeeived word of the death from tuberculosis of his only daughter, Mrs. Genrvieve Player in England. Mrs. Player leaves a husband and three small children. Mie was tormeriy a .ifiiuaica girl, having lived here and attended the village schools and her many grieve her loss. frienchi When showing the violet shade, thr thickness of the film of a soap bubble is only about one million two hundred and forty thousandth part of an inch. EIiIiigi!i!jig is DUNHAM inn Tk n COMPANY ii At Unusual Price Reductions Meaning Savings for You Work Shoes and Dress Shoes Included Having recently purchased on a lower mar ket we are now in a position to offer you a wide and varied assortment of Men's Work and Dress Shoes in all the wanted leathers on nar row, medium and broad toe lasts. Now on display in our north window. New price marked on. every pair. YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE rl Home of Lower Prices HAM PI BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Agnes Blake, clerk in L. II. Bar ber's music store, is confined to her home on South Main street by illness. A. P. Roberts and A. L. Tripp are in Boston this week to drive back Veile cars for the Roberts automobile com pany. Mrs. Cora McDuffee of Whipple street, who had been spending six weeks at her home in Bradford, has returned to town. Miss Doris Dexter of Overbrook. Pa., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Mason of North street. Mrs. L. G. Liseom . of Port Huron, Mich., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith of High Lawn road. Mrs. II. II. Dunklee of South Vernon spent yesterday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. Leitziuger. Mrs. John Dolan and Miss P. L. Hol leran of Rutland are visiting Mrs. T. A. McDonald at the Retreat farm. Thomas A. 'Austin, jr., who spent the week-end at his home on Grov street, re turned Monday to Newport, N, II. Mrs. Cola Nido of Newfane, formerly of Brattleboro, underwent an operation last week in the Memorial hospital. Dennis E. Tasker returned yesterday from a visit of two weeks in Hillsboro, N. II., with his brother, John B. Tasker. Mrs. Norton P. Walter and niece, Miss Grazier Nenkel, retained Monday from a week's visit with Mrs. Flagg in Nan tucket. .Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Blake will close their summer home on High street tomorrow and will go to Boston to spend the winter. Dr. E. R. Lynch and family have moved this week from Canal street to the Eaton place on Putney road, which he recently bought. E. E. Gobio and Floyd B. Johnson, who are in Xew York on business for the. Brattleboro China store, are expected to return ton-'ght. William Mellen has finished work in the wholesale department of the Dunham tenons Brothers company ami will go to Leba non. X. II., to work in a garage for Er win French. J. J. Vandervcer and family are pre paring to move from their home on Oak street to Mrs. L. p. Greene's house on Green street, which they expect to oc cupy in about two weeks. Mrs. Louise Thomas lias returned to her home on Washington street, after spending three months with her brother, A. R. S. Thayer, in St. Paul. Minn. She also visited in Ohio and Indiana. Elmer Davis of Xew Haven, Conn., has come here to join Mrs. Davis for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George H. P.oern. and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles li. Davis of Pine street. .Air. and Mrs. John L. Roess of Springfield. Mass., came Monday to visit at Charles R. Simonds's. Mr. Roess voted here yesterday and returned to Springfield last night. Mrs. Roess re maining to attend the Wheel Cub Fol lies. She will return tomorrow afternoon. Spanish Dancers. There Is one nice thing nhont a group of Spanish dancers. They en Joy It so much themselves. Always merry and laughing and calling out little pleasantries to each other, chap ping their hands and stamping their feet. But why. In the name of Edgar W. Cervantes. doD't they learn some new steps? Life. PITTSFIELD MAN TELLS , INTERESTING STORY tjj itTa! WITHOUT NASTY QUININE Bp Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound'' taken every two hours until three doses are taken usually breaks up a severe cold and ends all grippe misery. The very first dose opens your clogged up nostrils and the air passages of the head; stops nose running; relieves the headache, dullness, feverish ncss, bncezin. soitness and stiffness. 'Tape's Cold Compound" is the quickest surest relief known and costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acts without as sistance, tastes nice, no quinine. Adv. Experience With Case of Rheumatism 25 Years Ago Geo. II. Carpenter runs a carriage and automobile painting shop at Pitts field, Mass. He enjoys a reputation as a master of his trade and his work is highly regarded. In a letter he wrote he said: "Mys terious Pain Ease ! used it 2o years ago and it cured my rheumatism." A simple straightforward statement of fact from a substantial citizen. Think what he must have suffered and how grateful he felt after 25 years. The Scotch Liniment known as "Mys- Pain Ease" penetrates in such a way t hat it relieves inflammation and pain ceases to exist. Many people in all walks of life have heartily endorsed it. Users of "Mys terious Pain Ease" recommend it for pains of rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains j of all kinds, neuritis, lumbago, sciatica,' burns, muscle cramps, stiff neck, chil-1 blains, muscular colds where the shoul-1 ders, chest and hack muscles are in pain, I and pain arising anywhere from infiani-j motion. ' Pain is a matter of inflammation if ynn can overcome the inflammation the. pain goes. A Scotch doctor got up the formula of this famous Scotch liniment and it did stop pain so surely and quickly that people thought there must be something mysterious' about it. They got so they asked for it by the name "mysterious", and so the name came to be "Mysterious Pain Ease" named by grateful suffer ers who had found the way to be rid of pain. Mysterious Pain ease is sold by most leading dealers. Any druggist can gt it for you from his jobber. Adv. atteries Need SPECIAL CARE IN WINTER We are prepared to render this service. If you lay up" your car during the winter months you should take the battery out of the car and place it in storage. Care and attention mean longer life to any battery. If the battery is over eight months old it should be stored dry. Our facilities for this work are of the best, our work is guaranteed, and our charges are very reasonable. 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