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THE BRATTLEBORO J3AILY REFORMER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1020.
CASCARETS They Work, while ycu Sleep" xou re sluggish slow as molasses : You are bilious, omstiratl ! You feel headachy, full of cold, dizzy, unstrung lour meals don t lit hreutli is bad, y,iu sallow. 'Jake ascaretx tonight tor your liver and bowels and wake up clear, ener getic and cheerful. No griping no in convenience. Children love Cascarets too 10, '27t, f0 cents Adv. fl in the Yellow Van". MMrhsr I LA Every Year at the holiday season we arc "snowed under" by the volume of work we are called on to do for our patrons. We have worked night after night with but a few hours' rest after the ucrve-rack-" ing day in order to avoid disap- pointing a single customer. This sattic condition has occurred each year. This year promises to be no exception as extra help cannot be had at any price. Won't you come in now when we can give you every attention and guarantee that whatever we do for you will be .satisfactory and you won't ex haust The .Man with Unlimited Tatience s I FORM ONE BASE BALL LEAGUE Ileven Teams of Old Major Leagues Join New Organisation Choose Other Team Later CHICAGO, Nov. 9. The major base ball leagues yesterday- were broken iij) and a new pi-club league, composed of the eiylit National league clubs and the three irom the American league Boston, New York and Chicago which have sided with them in the plans for reorgani zation of the game, was organized. A lilii member will be chosen later. The members of the new baseball league are: Huston Americans, Boston Nationals, New- York Americans, New Y'ork Nationals, Chicago Americans, Chi cago Nationals, Brooklyn Nationals, Cin cinnati -Nationals, Pittsburgh Nationals, St. Lotiis Nationals. Philadelphia National-1, and one other to be selected. Organization of the new league came after the tive American league clubs had refused to reply to an ultimatum issued by the other 11 clubs giving them an iioiir aim a nan 10 join m i-oe n-ui Kumia tion. After or-'anizincr the new league the baseball magnates proceeded with the L:is'-.cr plan for civilian control of profes baseball and anoointed Judge Ken- A! Iindis of Chica-'o chairman ot plunges and was fairly carrying them down the field when he suddenly pulled the unexpected in a long-delayed pass to left end Tierney. The pass was excel lently made and completed with Tier ney's running catch. Tierney then flashed away for nearly CO yards in an open field and had just kicked up granite dust on the Rutland goal line when a Rutland player from behind plunged on to him. Tierney dropped and struck the ground with the ball in his arms. The force of the tackle and the weight of the Rutland player upon him, knocked him out and before the referee could get to the goal line. Tierney had rolled over on his side and the ball from his arms. Man freda, the clever little halfback of the Rutland team, pounced upon the ball and it was in his possession when Referee Sector blew the whistle." The central board decided that the ball was not dead until the whistle was blown. COTTON MILLS CLOSE, hub ich will govern the game, t n lniTci Landis, if he accents the-posi tion, will be the supreme dictator ot all le;'irucs ioining the plan and will receive iVo.hmi a vcar. Second and third members of the tn-b'n-:l will be appointed later and one of !.;.c!u will be chosen by T f i V the minor leagues. . i i j ...-..- he minor league riemner womu m-it ;v years while .lodge Landis would be mven a cording to meeting .Tud-c Mointnv. bers and 1 icci'ter. on The plans new control t' contract tor seven years, ac n statement made after the l v the club owners. Lambs was notified of his ap it bv a committee of five mem he 'told them be would take the er advisement, ior a ir "".o" for the new league and a inr bodv contain frequent the minor leagues, which ill not no ziusiirancp that tnev w in administration of the came ilieir territory will Oil not be m member of The Shorey Studio 103 Main Street Iirattleboro, Vt. : -ie', ence are ove:i overiookei ici that vm'e.l iii selecting the 1 the new league. RI TL AND AVVARDKl) VICTORY. Foot ball Central Hoard Says Spaulding Was Reaten. 5 to 0, Oct. 4. B VRRK. Nov. 0. After weeks of pa tient waiting Coach Robert Ross has received a letter from the central board no football Mating that the Uutland Soati'ding high school game, played here Saturdav. Oct. 4. was won by Rutland Huh school. to (I. As most "fans lo-c-llv remember, the decision of that game has." been resting with the central board ever since, both coaches and teams hav ing consented t await the announcement ,.f' the board before accepting a defeat or victory. . . , The cav which resulted in the inde cision of the victor was described as follows in The Times after the game: "The play in mention which means either (leteat or vicmrj 101 .mu"""b in the last, quarter with pau!dmg Quart ertiacK the offensive, manoeuvered several. Smith successful on had line VA & o n- ' t- Sy BTv-, - .- , ,.i .. i! mym. m t i 1 J'! jui mf'.iy.J.w."-U!"'n r .' kit . All Quality Gilfeather T urmps ARE HERE Bushel, $1.50. Peck, 40d We have some very nice Vermont-grown Potatoes this is a good time to put a few in for winter the price, $1.85 per bushel. Onions, 10 Pounds for 25 New Pack Blue Label Canned Goods Just Arrived. W. H. MILES & SON 165 MAIN STREET S3 The New Lamps ARE HERE Novelties in Silks and Cretonnes m HORTON D. WALKER Fan I s Foor Rusiness Conditions Cause Great Curtailment, PROVIDENCE. Nov. 0. All of the cotton plants operated by the firm of R. R. & R. Knight, Inc.. will close Wednes day for the rest of the week, according to Nelson R. Ratchelder, general man ager, lie .said that this step had been taken as a result of poor business con ditions, but lliat the hrm had not yet determined whether it would continue to o lit' rate on n three-day-a-week basis. For several weeks the Knight Mills have been operating on a four-day sched ule. Curtailments have- also been an nounced by the Coventry company, which operates the Anthony mi'l. and the CiMmpton company, which operates the Cronipton Wlvet and Corduroy mills. Roth of these concerns will close their plants Wednesday for the rest of the week. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Louise Rean spent Sunday with friends in Springfield, Mass. Carl Ilenkel is substituting at the Brooks House this week as day clerk. Allen Colt, who is in the Memorial hospital for medical treatment, is im proving. Mrs. Charles Squires, information op erator at the telephone office, is having a vacation this week. She will go later Miss Lucy Walbridge, cashier at the telephone office, is spending a week's va- (tioii in Stirinwfiiihl ami T?nt-. j - - - 1 ft i,i'T.7.J Ma.Y. i land. W. P. Noyes of Bellows Falls is reg istered at the Rrooks House today, com ing here to attend the dance at the Au ditorium this evening. Ralph P. Churchill went to Saxtons River this morning to attend today the funeral of Fred Rand. Mrs. Churchill was called there Saturday by Mr. Rand's death. W. A. Ileanhv of Mont Del ier visited in town over last night with his sisters, Miss Anna and Miss Regina Ileaphy on his way to Bristol, Va., where he will spend the winter. Walter Underwood of Ilolyoke, Mass., visited here Sunday in the home of his sister, Mrs. Mary Eddy of Maple street. He came to attend the Odd Fellows meet ing Saturday evening. Miss Louise T. Erving resigned her 'position last night as head nurse at the 'Melrose hospital. After a few days' visit with friends in Hinsdale, N. II., she will leave for Wadena, Minn., where she is to be assistant superintendent of a san itarium where tubercular surgery is prac ticed. Miss Erving was for a time night superintendent at the Memorial jhospital. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL John Barrows is in Springfield, Mass.. this week on business for Barrows & Pratt, accountants. Dennis Brennan of Keene, N. II., for merly of Rutland, sient the week-end in town with friends. Mrs. James II. Allen lias returned to her home in Greenfield after spending a few days here with friends. Mrs. Arthur P. Simonds went to Springfield, Mass.. this morning to visit her sister, Mrs. E. A. Snowman. Mrs. Ne'son Jones of Springfield, Mass., is visiting here this week with her father, Harry M. Sweetland. E. J. Fenton went to Boston this morning on" business for the .E. J. Fen ton & Co.'s store. He will return Thursday. B.AUME S!ANALGESIQUE BENGUE Sanford Mills Close For A Week. SANFORD, Me.. Nov. ft. Mills Nos. 1 and li of the Sanford Mil's corporation shut down yesterday for one week. This affects or more persons. Spinning, carding, weaving and finishing are done in these two factories. INCENDIARIES FIRE CIIl'RCII. Old Landmark With Church Records Entirely Destroyed. MANSFIELD, Mass., Nov. 9. The First Christian Church of West Mans field, built about 1S70, and long one of the landmarks of this locality, was des stroyed last night by hie believed to have been of incendiary origin. All the church records, the organ, the piano, pictures of ' former pastors and other valuables were lost. Tt is estimated that the loss will be $25, with only o.hnj insurance. On last Halloween the church was bro ken into and considerable damage done. Cigarette butts were found scattered on the lloor and one had been left on the Ibhle in the pulpit. Rev. William Tirov.i, the pastor, asked the police to investi gate this bieak and it is thought possible that the same gang caused last night's tire. The total amount of money spent on sports in the British Isles each year is so large that if it were converted int gold, it would require a train a mile long to transport it. Sugar, Cream or Lemon However you prefer it, g cod tea can always be distinguished from the ordinary. Your guests will appreciate the fragrance and del icacy of La Touraine, because of our care in selecting only the most flawless, high grade leaves, from the finest gardens. At your grocer's Orange Pekoe, Formosa Oolong, English Breakfast, Japan, and Green and Black, mixed. Bctoa (9) W.S.QUINBY COMPANY Oicf. f?i lit TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY The Brattleboro High School Will Present at the Princess Theatre For the Benefit of the "Rutland Trip Fund" JACK LONDON'S GREATEST STORY "The Sea W olf " As Good as La Touraine Coffee t's OT w hat You EARN That Counts t's What You SAVE Invest as Toii Save. $10 and $8.50 a Month Buys a Share of This High Grade Investment Stock. 1 Share pays you $7.00 per year dividends. .2 Shares pay you $14.00 per year dividends. 3 Shares pay you $21.00 per year dividends. 4 Shares pay you $28.00 per year dividends. 5 Shares pay you $35.00 per year dividends. A Paramount Artcraft Picture A Story that Crashes Against the Emotions Liike the Raging Surf! a red-blooded picture of adventure, with an all star cast, headed by Noah Berry as the "Sea Wolf." SEE A big liner smash through a crowded ferry boat. The stirring struggle with storm and fog at sea. The mutiny on the "Ghost" and the mad battle of the sailors. Wolf's fateful fight with his brother, "Death" Larsea The duel in the ship's cabin, with the prize a girl. His, the creed of love and violence; theirs, the creed of love. In the end who won? This is the third time that the beloved Jack London's masterpiece has been made into a cinema drama. This pro duction so far surpasses any previous film version of "The Sea Wolf" as to make any comparison futile. Burton Holmes Travelog Comedy. ALSO ADDED ATTRACTIONS Matinee 2.20. Evening 7 and 8.55. Admission: Children 25c; Adults 30c is At the present time the company is earning after paying in terest on its funded debt four times the amount necessary to pay the 7 per cent dividends on the prior lien stock at present out standing so that this large margin of earnings provides amply for payment of dividends on the prior lien stock under almost any; circumstances. Twin State Gas & Electric Co. 5-A Horse Blankets 5-A WE PLACED OUR'OllDEfi FOR 5 -A Street and Stable Blankets last March, and have received most of them in small shipments all the Fall, and now have a com plete line from which to select. Many ideas have been advanced as to the best way to reduce the'high cost of merchandise to the consumer. We shall adopt the suggestion that the deal er share his profits with the consumer, and offer the first of the season a y . 10 Discount On -All Our Line of 5-A Horse Blankets THE OFFER IS GOOD FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS ONLY Look over your stock and if you need a blan ket come early at ROBBINS&COWLES, INC. THE STORE IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND LOOK OVER OUR COMPLETE LINE OF Parisian Ivory Toilet Articles before selecting that Christmas gift. Many new ideas in attractive patterns. ROOT'S PHARMACY The Store With the Stock