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THE BHATTLEBOItO DAILY REFORMER: WEDNESDAY; DECEMBER l: 1020.
Your Service Station This is YOUR service station, operated especial ly for YOU and others who are in need of REAL Storage Battery Service and advice. YOU OWE it to your battery and yourself to take advantage of the service we render. Batteries need special care in winter and we are prepared to render this service. We will vstore your battery dry or wet. , . Come?jin and see for yourself and let us explain how we care for your battery. SPORTING ODD FELLOWS BOWL LIGHT. Team F TaWs Three Points from Team I'infall J, 18" to 1,180. Iiow'ers on teams F and fi rolled light on the Odd Fellows' allyes last evening, the team totals showing a pin- fall of 1.1S7 to 1.1S0, respectively, and the highest single string being J)S rol'.ed hy dishing of team J. who rolled the highest three-string total of 2(4. Three of the points in the match were won by team F. the point for second string going to the opposing team. Fol lowing are the scores : TEAM F i Mauley Brothers, Inc. High Street, Brattleboro F. Smith . Stowell. ... II. Johnson. . . Martell. (sub.) Holbrook totals",' ' Kmgs'ey, Haskell Ilolbrook, (sub.) F. Johnson dishing 74 7S ;s 7! S2 7i to 21 o r; -2Xi 77 !:i 2.'X K.i S3 24.", S2 8S .22 ..S1 r.Sl 4221,187 TKAM G S4 78 70 SO 73 S2 78 7C 1S 81 78 72 .(',7 ; 210 231 22;1 204. Totals. , 371 4():j 4001,180 JUNIORS TO PLAY POOL. Tournament to lie Captained by Howard Gilbert and Kobert Sanders. Two pool teams have been chosen from the junior Odd Fellows, who will begin a tournament at once, the losers to pro- , vide a supper for the winners. The cap tains are Howard Gilbert and Kobert Sanders, and the teams are made up Us I follows : Cant. Gilbert. Ellery Kngg, Koy Swit zcr, Leon I'urinton. Fred Kobbins, Leland ! Miller and l'hilip White. ('apt. Sanders, George Kobbins, Ernest Welis. Charles Dines. Kichard Crosby, DeWeese DeWitt and (George Dugan. BUY WEATHER STRIP And Keep Out the Cold and Save Coal We have a large stock for windows and doors. At small cost you can be comfortable. That Sale of Rotary Ash Sifters at $4.44 each Was a Great Success Have you got one yet? Call on us. obbins & Codes, Inc. THE wmcmssrm STORE IJYNDITS GET $l"000. Hold On l'; I.rokerago Messengers 'Streets nf IJrooklyn. NEW YOKK. Dec. 1. Four bandits held up two messengers of the Manhat tan brokerage firm of Keau, Taylor & Co.. in Krooklyn yesterday, seized a. package said to contain $4u.OOO in Lib erty bonds', tired a fusilade of shots and escaped. When accosted by the bandits, the mes sengers were in front of the firm of Igoc Brothers, hardware dealers and manufac turers. Three of the band thrust revol vers in the messengers faces, while the fourth snatched the package. Then, en tering on automobile which was stand ing at the curb, they drove awav. The abandoned machine was found later on the outskirts of the city. ! I he bonds in denomination of ,V.".0O0 and MO.OOO, were being carried to Igoc Brothers in exchange for securities, mem bers of the brokerage tirm said. All but ,r0,(KM) worth, were said to be ne gotiable. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL W. I. Xoyes of Bellows Falls was in Iowa yesterday on business. ' ,'y " Mrs. '.Fred Cutler of Townwheml spent yesterday in town with friends. Miss Minnie A. Scott is assisting this week in the office at Houghton & Si monds. L. M. Watts of Montreal spent the week-end here with Mrs. Watts at J. W. Izard's. Elmer Davis lias begun work- at the Great Atlantfc & Pacific Tea Co.'s store on Elliot street. Miss Marion Pratt of Oohasset, Mass., is a guest in the home of Kev. and Mrs. E. Q. S. Osgood. M iss Eillion Bissonette of this town .began work today as clerk in Houghton & Simonds's store. Walter C. Ilalladayvwho has been ser iously i'l in his home on Chase street, is now improving. Miss Helen Koski has begun working this week as clerk in F. AV. Kuech and Co.'s dry goods store. John Wilson of Palmer, Mass.. has been a guest recently at Mrs. Sarah Wilson's on (4reen street. Fred Chamberlain left today for New iork, en route for Florida, where he will remain during the winter. Dr. (i. . K. Anderson j returned last n;ght from St.- Albans, where he was called Sunday to operate. Dennison Cowles. Amherst '21, was one of the speakers at the S.-ihri Monday evening in New. Londoj), Conn. Attorney and Mrs. W. II. Dalev went today to Bennington, called there by the death of his mother, Mrs. Sarah J. Daley. Mrs. C.' " It' AVil-ion "nf it.h.,..".. , P.V--.1, is here to spend some time in of her daughter, - Mrs. Joseph GAS BEST PKEIWKEDNESS. WANTS PEACE WITH MEXICO. Secretary Colby Proposes a Commission to Draw I'p a Treaty. WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. A formal proposal from Secretary Colby that com misoners be appointed bv the United States and Mexico to draft a treaty upon which can be based resumption of full diplomatic relations between the. fwo .gov ernments has been taken to Mexico Citv by Koberto V. Pesoueira. Mexican confi dential agent in Washington. This was disclosed last night when the state department made public Mr. Colby's answer to Mr. Pesqueria's recent letter urging recognition by the I. nited States of the new government of Mexico. It was handed to the Mexican agent before his departure Thanksgiving day. to attend the inauguration of President-elect Obregn of Mexico. Dec. 1. West Ya the home G. Estev. Miss Grace Covey is expected to re turn this week from Yonkers, N Y where she had been taking a three-month course in St. Mary's hospital as dietitian. Miss Whirred Manley of Dorset, an employe of the Holstein-Friesian asso ciation, is improving in the Memorial hospital, following an operation for ap pendicitis. Miss Elizabeth Brasor and Miss G'advs Adams will leave tonight for New York. IJiev will sail from there tomorrow for Jacksonville, Fa., where they will spend the winter. . Kalph P. Churchill, who recentlv un derwent an operation in the Memorial MiiiiHi; ami is able to sit no each day Mr. Churchill is at his horn,, on anal street. n vi'Tf' VV V ('"v,'v ,,as r't "ied from V J .,,f "",' in Stoneham. Mass.. in the home of her win, Paul B Infers! V"-' Whh p.1MHa",f, Mnv. J- K- : " ood of witl! I -MasS' Vvh" vWt- ''ere ith h.r parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mat "w Howard of Orchard street, over tire holidays, have returned to their home C. Clnvbv ,t !.:.. t t ,,, . " mi town, and i ""rick of Northfield. W.lss.. C(, tomort-niv t !........ n.l . " ' """U specialist several davs. General Fries Would Have Gas Barrage- Around Whole Country WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. Brigadier tteneiaL Auios A. Fries, chief of the chemical- warfare service nf ti- m his annual report to Secretary Baker asserts that the development - of this -branch of the army to a point "where' it will .be ' impossible for any nation to ay mmier win uo much toward deter ring other nations from forcing hostil ities against the United States This country is in a position to manu facture and deliver on the field of bat t'.e more chemicals than f .... : . " ""J wiiiri iia- .. i siuuip vi nations the reiwrt. according to Royal Millinery and 7y. Specialty Store We cordially invite you to inspect 6ur line of Christ rnas Cards and Hand-made Fancy Articles. We would suggest making an early selection while the . line is complete. - ;'. AGNES H. MACK, Proprietor. " Vaughan & Burnetts British Auckland Geddes. wife of the Passnmately found of Vinh'tnT has The very newest designs in 14K Gold Jewelry. The Bar Pins and Brooches are beautifully , engraved and pierced and set with genuine stones, $5.00 up 14 M DIAMOND SOLITAIRES Mountings of yellow green and white gold and platinum tops. . Prices $25.00 up. K. T. CHARMS lM Make an elegant gift for men who be long, to the order, Prices $18.00 up. ' N2 4533 "Gifts That Last" J 0 r VAUGHAN & BURNE' Dr. Mary K. Farnum, who has the distinctiotwf being the first woman chosen to the New Hampshire legisla ture, was elected as a Democrat in a strong Kcpublican district. where Mrs li ' ""!". (1 'iStB 1CW7CI T 1700 .141 A I consult a spine TJfl ' J VV IL.L.L,ILr.0 'V ft t Ll-ey will be away Mfe I . .'ft jg- , 5ERVICE "I Didn t Bother Think You'd Want To With My One Share" This is what a young man said when we suggested that he become a stockholder in the Twin State Gas & Electric Company by buy ing a share of its 7 per cent Prior Lien Stock on the monthly in vestment plan $10.00 down and $8.50 a month. e promptly filled out his application and another young man was started on the road to becoming an investor like many others who have bought one share each during the past week. ; ii ii. i i ; S6 Come Along With That Application for One Share Our salesmen who are selling the stock will welcome you just as cordially as though you bought several hundred snares for cash. We Want the Small Investors We want to make a real investment for you out of the $8.50 that you will be able to put aside each month and we will pay you 7 per cent interest on these monthly payments. DON'T DELAY IN MAKING YOUR APPLICATION f -'''"." Twiii State Gas & Electric Company UNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY Kllni B ootwear For thei Deer Hunting Season Have your feet warmly clad .when you go. out' into the woods, avoid tak ing cold by wet feet. We are prepared to show you many combinations of warm, comfortable Foowtear for this occasion. Special Sale of Mens Overshoes I Including one- and four-buckle styles. Light, medium and heavy weight. Ex cellent protection to the feet when worn with sheepskin-lined shoes. Prices o Overshoes Range From r $1.23 to $5.50 a- T ' Am., ; j lfflf&'' ' -'- SERVICE Special Bargains Lot of odd Rubbers, Leggins,. Sheep skin Socks, etc. Broken sizes. Mostly, sample pairs. All marked at extremely low prices. . - - On Display In Our Men's Department. Price Ticket on Every Pair -' V Special Sale of Wool Socks Lot of Army Socks in gray-wool, sizes, Excellent value, Special Sale Price 39 AH Ask for ' 'BaWBand Footwear The kind that gives more days' wear mmmm ini n 15J Dunham Brothers Co. 1 a . . - ; . . . . ' t ! I ft V f1 I it 1