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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10 ;1 021..
! SPORTING BOXING HAS BIG FANS LOOKING TO causing damapp of over .$7.0,OCO. The ! lire was j unknown origin, starting at ndlovvH Falls to I'lny Here Tomorrow Night locals II:ive I'ractired Hani for Past Three Weeks. ti. A hnskethall team RFYTVAL SIXTP, WAR ,l,.t...-i..l rh. Ms-uirr Si.rinstMtl (Yt.l team Satiinhiv niplit. The Sprinjjlield team had; ,. , 4 , ... . T. in the lineup sueh well-known players as Cine Contests Popular in Almost I, very rlll)hy ya ,.,.. Shepjiard. -MeGuire and State Amateur Units I're.ite , 'iiiirit. Wide Interest. .Meduiro apMared here last season va'th the Spritijiliehl. Mass.. team, which NKW VIIK. Jan. 1!. Aiu-uis t he ; ,, ,., n,-attleh .10 hy a close score, many sports uiul'-r the jurisdiction of he Athletics liave ieen jiract icing hard the--Amateur Athletic union, which hitve fltv three weeks for the game here received the lienetit f levived interior tomorrow night and fans who have seen and ixpoiilar support since the oversea (iK.nl jn action think they have the fastest soldier ainieto and ) lapic -iia inions t(:nn seen here for a long time and aiv returned to the I'nited States. laua' ,,,,,1,,1 t hat they will heat liellows Falls. seems to have been given a greater ii 1-, jietus than boxing, every divi-i.uij UOWIS DiCFFATS OLIN. tlii'oughaut the couairy reports a;" !"- ' "R rei-eive.l .lady at A 1 an te,;r f ; y- Wl.,j. champien Wrestler Takes Two head.,uarte:- he,e g.viug u...,ua ; F:.U:$ j SprtiwIirtU. Mass. sura nee 0! t i.c uoiUarit ol i...i:g 1.1 ' .,!! ....f iV, er-.ents for tminri- S I ' U I N V I ! .! .1 . Mass.. Jan. men t s V. It h t lie , a iiolit a se! ies of sect ioual g!. e c ul e-u liel't'eeieil il: the lia'a 1 . 1 . . .....1.. ... .. 1 . : 1 t. t a mTTT mmTiCi rrtrv nnu was 11m uimn u .11 unui iu.10. ATHLETICS TO WIN . Conditions for lighting the lire were I most unfavorable. The night was bitterly .' cold and the dense smoke at times blotted out the entire block. I lve liremen were overcome by smoke and carried from the scene. The fire threatened the heart of Spring field s downtown district and it was not until after 10 o'clock that its limits could be defined. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Minnie A. Cooper is chicken-pox. I. C. Ilradley is in New York this week on business for the C. E. liradley corio ration. Mrs. Iiurdette Squires is ill in her home on Western avenue and H under the care of a physician. Mr. and Mrs. SuUiev. .Fair went to 1 Springtielil, .Mass., tins morning lor a iew i.. r..- ...,.,i m:.. s days visit. 1 Dr. (I. II. Anderson w ll leave tonight 3lontpei!er lesttrday. for st AUmn wht,re Le Las he0n called M()NTl'j:i.Ii;iC. Jan. I'd. The an- ; to operate. nuat meeting ot t ne national I,He Jnsur- Mrs. t). J. Pratt and sister. Mrs. liar- uiuM' u. iimk jnutr .u'Mmiuy ami me i." it 11. 1: . 1 . ax- 1 M L J. 1 U NATIONAL. LIFK OFFICERS. ,,., r ot bringing V orld ' :iampion i.u ( .-m rangier ncwiss it'er-tate iiad inter- womier. tl skill with the headlock wan him . ..a . . ' 1 . I.I,., jo".. ir. iit.v e:i'tr TV. s; r.iiiaii iai s 110m .i.aia 'aii that beb.re the liiiKtorium bet 'ii- cud 01 1 1 i 1 ship mi et ! 1. '4 in every c;a- eai : 'of t!" f'-oTU we, Pa nt a:, is. issue. Ret rthlet tevfs li-h 1 ; r . t'arc. i"hh a l'l :" laa uatiliii! be-t laea l.ea vyweig .i:-r!tt to a : i ai j'lon uail:!.! ta th. iccessf ;! i:iter' s i not c ona. The . repl i:id navy st in tiiis branch aii'raed to national recent arrival of cm at in', and tin to eiilapi-;-- w it a s repr-scr.tifg the and navy a 'id the lire il .'pa I"! la. la laal'K- 1 n a i!) eiia n! " i.i ii pr. la: annual or - i-a a a i:al ei.nt 'r l- ia w tiic tries v.i!l ;;i'p) futili'e. No bitter indication ii ! of Fng- the Uriti'h Loud n police imatev.r glove Fnited States c--v o,-k po- heginnhig ;' :es l-i develop i international tie r Fur "pean c iun-ap'-l ito-s in the real 11 the 1 crowd of about li.OIMl fans night. Th;' champion gained the lirst fad in one hour. 1! minutes and .'at see and with a headlock. Tii second fall came easier for !in was inucii weak ened by the previous deadlocks ami suc f cumber to another in nine minutes and L'O NeeouUs. (Miti was the aggressar during the first """ 1 liaates and his repeated wrenching armlocks. applied to the champion's head lock a'n.!. his left, bade fair to give him the fad. Lewis's arm was evidently much weakened and he stalled for time to re cuperate. lin failed t follow up his advaatauc with the result that half an hour later the champion was applying his faverit'' skull-crushing hold which decid ed the match. When Lewis stepped onto the mat for officers Haines, have returned from a stay I were uf several days in Huston. Attorney N. I). Clawson. who has been Ilarrv M. Cutler. William W. Sticknev, Ceorge II. Olmstead. Charles I'. Smith. following directors and elected : v ... . i t:ii 1 lMietioias: i uiiiiiu iuiinguam. . ... 111 . 1 T. i.i 1 .1: . ' j business, is : expected to return tonight. Fred A. I lowland. Charles W. (Jam- .Miss Louise i;abbitt of Mwitn .Main mons. nsmtm lb Clark. Frank C. l'art- s(r,,'t v"nt tl,ls niormng to Atliot .uass. liilire. Ilenrv Kussi ll l'latt. Aithm- 1! t remain several weeks with Mrs. LdwaiM Lisix e. M. D., J. (Jray llsley, John M. . l'letchei Thomas. C. F. Thomas, who underwent an opera- Officers: Fred A. How land. nrcsi- tioii for hernia, is exnected to be dis- dent ; Harry M. Cutler, vice president : charged tomorrow from the Memorial hos- Osnian I). Clark, secretary; Arthur Ti. pital. J'-i-l M. !.. med cal dn'eetor: Clar- I .Mrs. James TriH-ll of Highland street cue:- 1,. .iouiton, actuary: wiiiiam w . lias returned from Wardsboro. where she UusmII. treasurer; Edward I. Fiehl, su- has been caring for her mother, Mrs. Wil perintendent of agencies: (Jeorge 15. liam' I'arsons. iotitig. general counsel; Ldwiii A. Col ion. M. I)., assistant medical director; (ieorge K. Futnani. assistant srn retary ; Ceorge W. O'iphant, assistant secretary; Henry Holt, assistant actuary; Henry II. .kickson. assistant actuary: Ijoriman Miss Florence Dickinson, clerk in Vaughan & lUirnett's jewelry store, went to Springfield, Mass., this morning for a few days' stay. Mrs. Guv S. Sawver of Wheelwright, i ..:!. ...... 1 ... . . .uass.. w no is visiting ner mouier. .mis. .i.-en. i,.s- F,nl.- r k..,.,.,ii .",J,;P. L. D. Harris, is spending the ilay .r . - . - -- - - , .. .. 1 ri-w I'rank A. Iwinell, supervisor farm loans: Herbert 11. Fierce, superintend ent of loan department: I'aul Dilling ham, inspector: Maurice W. Dewey, in spector: Robert 1. Wellington, agency supervisor ; Alanson Ii. Shepard. agency supervisor. the tin a h-.:d s,,'""d fall lin was already a beaten! w 11 aai a inn : ei: r 00 x i a 'i 1 mi 1 s n.a e 1 1 1 ne . . -1 iui ...v. , fc'na. to ov . rs .,t the sp-'it count ie uiveo t lie w.ai K iis'is ot Missouri fiirnlsh 1 :ii.mit ineivi' i i;n than t'.e umiM.a'LV large . anen-.a u-e. vv.kkI for a Croat nrotM.rtb.ii of the which the New. York si a J.- cnami. a-Mo TTT- ,..,.,.,, r Th. b..i!t attracti'd to the Abiilison Nipiare - er!iu:;u rrs uieo: i it :n ihiii " ' - a hv Card, t." 'here tlii mordii. The tourna- "Flu" II-jil Victims. tres are stunted rol cclars which meni ,-t fli--t w;is t. be a two-night ai- Mt 'ATITI IFR .Tan v I h it hs cw ot) the hillsides. Their trunks fair bar many cut res w. re re. eu e, . ,.,,.,:,. a ;st.nM.s f t he hen rt led all Et the l-ut! seldom attain n dtn meter !!:;: ;:';:;;,::::vviT....,d,:'"'sw r.'"';'-:; :. : v",""it : Uf n,,,, a f,M. n,e red bean in crd 'r t.. complete th- pr .gram V" ,!... .-.le" .,a .t;...i ,.f ,.,'.,,,!:, or vvo,M " ls "'- ' e white ;1s. bra. a an attendance sta n.lpamt .,.,..,,,, ..... (lf , i1(.,.0:!. snp wood Is reje-ted. The lumber Is the toart.amet.t was woma-rluli.y w. .is. Cancer was r.-sponsilde for 407 sawe.Fup into "slats" and shipped to pat "oiiieil in tact, -s" s. .1 ... deaths, am! in the nation ls..",1 died of th f..tArioc in ki ... .. icr.-d iere at similar exhumions hi .,. . ,.- , lo. "a J- " abroad. No other wood seoros to an swer as w. ll for trds purpose. nderfuliy wei! !i crowil- have a- exhibitions in the la--t .jiiarter o,t a ceritiiry. 1 .'" no ai bcr of saei'tatoi's each rdght grea'.ly ex tee, le,, the generous gatherings wh-eh it iiess,.. t: amateur boxing, w hen the I Hl'iVC'l US Il.'licyoll iI'I.in laanv a fr at tin- Metropolitan opera iad the big r.ro-.KlyTi slating spo .";i rs Ibai-e m.-r. being pr. A mateur l'"pl . lu-.'teio ii.us pr gra m is pared bv the Met ralf. .Ntld.'tic union otlicia!. ; a , r n a an-nt b"i ween - ' r! :ng cues d'e "iVoiern eita Careen lias been .and 1 fa- the-e that ti: fr.-i.i 'leve'atu phi;i. I ,,:! T 1 ' 'is i in now ita I. t.'f .'Mi boxer- eat-i-n an-l Mnl- Madison S.uiarc -ecu red for Feb. 'j:; loi.ts ;iid it is hoped aide.! attraction ot conux't it..rs l'itt-burgh. rnilaiiel- r.,-ton and other cities will draw p. ero".,l to the big arena. New Fiejiand a-s,.ciatiou is a1--' in t lie pl'oUiol ion 10 : e 1 "a -OOets ;Vt the eii-iou the dales for V.liiell l:Ue ef .1. .. ,1: r: , eie.ca'ia 0 v 1 ag a 1 . 1 i o 1 h i 1 r 1 . I,,- -Fr-.o. Fin fT-vela ,1 ''Hi land rai:. St. L'ep a.nd -.ew 'rU'.'ins reo.i'rs ai.' being v -ct tved "f the j regress ef the !.,.,-, in ' th...-e r- rs v ii h a ""I':i;h-". .. . ..!..., ,1 M eroo of new boxers t'-ol'l t !,'. -,' sect ions will be seen in the liatiaP--" ,1 e'e 1epi.01-.la. 1 events '" R 'ste-i. j per !,, pre-.-irath.a f ,; t'-e S.-!ler as-cn . ,:;.,a.. , !,.!., oh n-h'os vha '" vM ! and I, .a,; ,. I '.'i-ain' ha .. Ala.. '" a-h 1 x- j less .'.",s. I.", bo-.ts are be'-eg h-! I V.e. hv i i th'- cities in that divi-ho'. T-'i eniiii.tfns Died of It in "Flu" Hid !1f Victims. ?I! -XTRLI.iFR. Jan. V... Deaths from organic diseases cf the heart led all "!!ar noses in Vermont in 1 1 1 1 num lerll.g T-''.. Tlare w-re 4lu victims of 'he "lb;" and ";.'! died of pneumonia in all forms and o' 1 died of tuhere:: !ois. Cancer was responsible for 407 deaths, and in the nation '..n..V1 died of this disease or other malignant tumors. Suicide claimed -to: blights disease, .';ti ; diabetes. 7'.' : cerebral hemorrhage, ."1.".. Total deaths were ."..1 K and the death rate was I L.'i per l.noo population, com pared with R'.! in continental Fnited States, according t- mortality statistics laiupiltd le- tie ceiv-.ii bureau. The t'gares for 1 1 '-' ait4 given to make com parison with the census returns. The -tati-ties f,,r 1!1M are probably not yet completed. Five ex.imii:;: t oiis wrl'f made bv the tale laboratory between Aug. 11 and ct. 'Jl of lioip-r ssimpii's sent from Washington cain'v. Two sai.ipb's re ceive, I en .Vug. I 1 bi-t from this city showed alcoholic contents f (I.C per cent and ".". per cent re-.pt ively. and thiav vjiiiip'.'s of beer received fnun l!;irie on Oct. "1 show I'd ale ' I s ! i 1 - contents of .".7 per c.-nt. s. ! ner cent and .r per cent. On Am'. IN. examination of a cow's s',oma h for poioning sent from More town. gae t!"g;iti,e results. An autopsy af Mopt pelier oa Sejif. 1!m showed cause of ,h nth was shock, fiim i!;i, uuJiiu.v. n cause. I'o.i.e samtees of ii.pior sent from Rut- itv last Oct ober en! s rang; nz 1 rom showed alcoholic '.." per cent to 17 Liouor examine, I in R.nrling- showed sligiitly over sie per cent, in SpringleM a ery mild brand, than en" pi r cert . MASONS LEAD IN TOWN TOURNArvIi: VERMONT NEWS. non with friends I Mrs. Helen F.nrney. win finished work two weeks ago in Dr. (J. R. Anderson's office, has taken a position in the office of E L. Hildreth & Co. I -Raymond Thomas is convalescing in the Memorial hospital, following an oper ation for appendicitis performed Momlav J by Dr. O. l. Anderson. Howard Rurke. proprietor of the County House at New fane, was brought to the Memorial hospital this morning for treatment, by Dr. Thomas Rice. William Fisch of R.rattleboro enlisted this week in the recruiting office of the ."th division in Rutland to serve three years. He was sent to Camp Jackson, S. C. Mrs. 1 1. F. Whitycunb of Philadelphia, who had been visiting here with her sis ters. Mrs. Arthur Longueil and Mrs. F. C. Chandler, returned to her home this morning. Miss Rachel Fisher, w ho is employed at Louis Allen's news stand at the station, was operated upon Mr.nday evening in the Melrose hospital for appendictis. Dr. F. R. Lynch was the surgeon. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. R.issell have re turned to the homo of their daughter. Mrs. F. F. Covey, after n two-months' visit in Yoakers. N. Y.. with their daughter. Mrs. F. A. Fairbanks. Mrs. Fairbanks, who accompanied them here, will return home tomorrow. Mrs. Cynthia Rage, who has completed a year's course of training at the Mutual Aid association, litis gone to her home in Morrisvillc, where she will practice her profession. Mrs. Charlotte Headle of Rutland will complete the training course this week and will remain in town to work for the Mutual Aid asr.ciation. Fnited States Marshal Arthur R. Car penter of this place and Iiputv Marshal L I-. Lackey of Montpelicr will leave tomorrow for Atlanta.. .n..'vith Charles. -Ratten, alias Urow'n.' who is it lie c iin mitied to the federal penitentiary for n term of IO years. This sentence was im posed uiH.n Ratten by Judge Harlan, I R. Howe at a recent session i f Fnited States court in Montpelicr. Ratten was brought I from Kentucky-to answer to the charge 1 f using the mails in a scheme to defraud. r--nk. ' conducted a produce business in Rel Enllghtenment. ,ws Fa!ls ah), ,,.,. pl.(Vs fir n (im(, flIi,, 'Is this Fpeech-maklng tonr of yours when the farmers had s, ;,.,,( ,im produce in wui. ydllisil . til a IL . v - --rrTiksiiiiiii! V-W.ifcJ miw il . j . rr'm- . ' VS. - ' v .,, 11 m 11 11 inTl nr'T' 'JaHigBaaa ' Dire Effect of Stuttering. We, all of us, possess undiscovered gifts. Life's conflicts, especially to those suffering from speech flefects, are so tremendous and severe that these gifts are often starved out. The few that have the supreme endurance to keep on ami override their handicap to success pay a terrific price for their strain. Many a stutterer begins life as wholesome and imlstlc ai nnv of us. hut turns crabb.-u under , sufferings and breaks down nervously at the end. Exchange. r. Conscience Money. There are some conscientious people let and sctne of . the amounts paid Rre large. The record was st up in 184.1 by a man who sent $70.h;o to the chancellor of the exchequer, explain ing It represented Illicit gains of a lifetime of smuggling. William W. Coiifrey ( b: l"e "l.tl.V M'CUI'l, 1 aula a b nx. w a h: laeasiiretl illcl.C' , -ea I One Turd .'head of Odd Fellows Last Nigh! Wi.c i Ciub Reals lad' ;.e: d -i'ts. 1'oc- more points were added t th" r ..! ..r i':e Ma-on'i- teaui. which v.i- ,t... 1 a'.' Vdl ..w-' t.-atu on the latter - s bl' t ev; !:'!: i!l tee tilU'i! tM'Ulllg-' in tl,,. l.o.vn bow Ta rig tout aanient. I j:tl tlie ata-oa- a see. - ... i ,'r :l b-.-d of "ne pain! over the eruiont Wlnel cbib t -ani. which won three points from tie- Independent team on the : s ;iJb'v la.'-t evening. The I dd Fel- Inw's laid t h'.rd po-atio-i and til" Inde- I . a, I. 'las a' e in tourt !i p!a to tip of tad. of West Faillee -jieeiiiien of ( 'an gled V! pounds in tip of nose a-o p'a T Ma--, ns had i ca- ov. 11 way tlirougli- out the nr-t string ami i;: Mil tan two in ;.laices th" bowler mi that team was ..l ea,' of h;s ' pneiu at in the second I.i Laval'ev. the 1 -.vear old Ih.v who '.'lis - "ente'ie.-d to the Lldli st rial school a' X'ergenne-: for ti.e remainder of his in'uoriiv. fo'liwing hi-; conviction in city . "it la-t v.tek .f being a delinquent child, after being arretted in .ue.p'iny with two hnls for breaking into freight c.i.-s i") the Rutland railroad yards in I'.uriintoii. has escaped from the in di-triai ehoo! at Yergennes, acr-trding to information reeeivi d at police head pi;, iter.-:. .Indue Ceer-e M. Ceil, laid of Rutland e;tr."-M,i tlie opinion at a session of iiy court there Momlav that the courts hive been too lenient to be a factor ill si!ppre-.siiig the crime wav" that is now sweeping the r,i!i!iia and he et :r.i e- 1 oartender. up to l! e hen t itleail of imp'. I'.ne. o-.i.-ss K. Stewnrt. f r breai-ii of the f en-reef i- for '! ing the usual nom- te:.,.r 1., !.,. ti,ird tr:ng. hoseer. t h' I ,,v i n the I ild V 'ii 'ws' tc;on came 1 amtde by sendin Th b-i k as -t.'ong or strong, r than the Ma- "jp. ..j,s in el but one instarce. Put tiiat :a-i n,-a. stance v.a- t-io"gh. to oe the jiaint. Thej ,- aateh r:"-ti"".l in t":":i -cores if 1 :V2 " ; j : j 1 I'.-r '.he Misers LV'tT tha-Odd Feb b'.is. Skinn. r and Mavhs tied f : high j fl-.h I,.o;is and Harold Town of single str'.ig with scores of 1 !.". boti; "t ; V.'a tei bo ry were iii Mtuitpelier city the Mas-opc team, bur Williams of the Monthly. Roth were charged with Odd F. '.lows rolled Idgi, t'.:v. e-tr'.ng t'-tal j iUi, -were given state's ci "0"J. , prison sentences of from on" t 1 two in the Wh:. ,. rbtb-lvtb "-n.I. -d : ...-e'l ru X(..rs, Tow n was lined St and cists, t'e Ma-oidc adeys the Who.' club w ..a K..,.: j jV,,;i, ,v:ts cne.l sm and costs. .i t ..-..i. ........ ,.F ,. 1 ... 1 . - . ' e 1 1 i -, j , ; : .1 m .... o,;, , , f( . . t f tans t icv were ! e:a:-l-a!' -:f V-i'ci en adevs tlie Wheel club won I : bv'a marg"'H of :'.n p:-ns. but j the margin in the seeono string was 01, v ;;'lN j.ies. u !.!-.. 1h" margin f r !!' third str'n" went to t! " oiniosiug bo..va "s by a a campaign of education?" I don't know how It strikes the audiences," replied Senator Sorghum, "but I must admit that I am learning a few things." he sol. I it and left with the proceeds. Rat ten has been in the -ountv jail at Mont peber since he was sentenced. Marshal Carpenter will go to Florida for a stay ot two weeks before returning home, but Jud Tunkins. .hid Tonkins says he doesn't see v by anybo.iy who wants to gel a good Job in a )n7.7 baud should waste time on music less)S. Not Satisfied Till Ther Cr-.et ts ibe station at which the Jo ri'lfi Usually decides to abatiOOD his car Pil-s. 'he t.-am t"tal a'- tile W! 1 Clllb ' i.e, by f e : of 1..".('.Mo 1..".OT. Kcnnedv club rolh d bi' a.s the high. s u'.de string am! earrie-l t r.e te-n ors 1 -r t 'it --tring tofal w iih '-N i to Ids credit. tidal cf .". ! v as wo a b pin- in -cor of the Whe 1 j.'aced on probation as to the sentences, jl... ens also pleatl .I guilty t assault and in this was lined s'.Yt and costs. Following are the -coies of the two 1 atches ;,ad the team standings: MAS XS. Skinner. l'l". sit s-J 'jr.T White. 1" ', S.i 'Jsl : Wilson. 7-2 (:, 7 -''- Thompson. 77 S'l S'J 'S'" .Marks, S" SJ ID.". 'J7u T.tais. 4::' r.o 1 vv ODD FFLL YS. j Wentv.v.rt'.i. 7:: si M M "Watson, 7H S.". VM -Jtl Williams, 1"o 3 !i! .".b- Stow.'H. S7 '.'1 " -.';! '. Harris. bO Ti) 77 - m2 Id T dais. V2. -V. -1,2:!7 whi:i;l clvr. Fdlis. 7"i s." sr, L! 17 .man, lo:', 7't 7" '2 b' i'Mies. :s 7 1 - 2" K.-naedy. t'l Hn SI '.M d d nsia:, . bl ss ,7-". T..;.,!-, i".l did l..".u:i I N D R 1 ' F. N ! ) V. NT S . Anderson, s:j bl v) '2' I Ktes, s;i ss 7s; .",n Clune, S"i 7 s 7;'. 'Si'.t T.'ake, S.i st; 107 -27 Sei.e'.i'.a. s7 iw '27 Rome. A. Norton of Huntington Cen- died Friibiy afterno.-n at o'clock a re alt of a fall that af'einaon :is e;:; i" out of his store. Mr. Norton. ia wedd have been 7' cars old had i'ua.l rntil the next day. struck the ok of hi', head on the steps as he fell cii force that he was made uncon- s,-..o , ft gained consciousness, ii-' was n life-long citizen of the town and aef:e in town affairs. He had been ! SatiliiY 'Jl years ard deputy sheriff VI a .oeialfr cf the legi?lature in l')l!Ml. .M. l was ap..intetl bv the gov-c,-u r as ra-s'.-tanl jmlge in Ibis. w o il ;7.-0;( I 'I UK IN SITilNtiFIFIJ). R:g T'.baro I'aking Iluiisr D-stniytd In Relov.-Zero Rlaze. SRKINCFIRLD. Mass.. .J;1ii. F.i.Vi,. cfii'siimed ! !i. Ilin-'la'e Smith Sc Co. to bacco packing taupe on Haiapden street, r, inning through to 1'ort .street, last night. (Ready Relief In) oTS7 ' rs IX A TUBE, FOR Sore Back and Muscles Total- -121 d.'.'i 1.::7 TRAM STAND1NC,. 1'. dnts Fohits Roir.ts Riavid Wen Lost, Ma '. as. . -. 12 '." :'. Wl I cbib. .. m 1- S ' A Odd Fellows, M M .,. - -4-- - T,i a.bid., 12 ;; t A FREE TRIAL Send 2ddress and you will receive a pood sized sample tube of JELLFORM" Radways Ready Relief without any additional cost 203 Center treVt'.Xt-w ortT Railway's Ready Relief LIQUID In Botdes JELLFORM In .Tjibe Bargains for This Week IN LADIES' SHOES Broken Lots and Sizes $3.S8. $4.98. $5.50, $5.98, $6.50, $7.50 and $8.00. Look in our windows and you will want a pair of these first quality shoes at this low price. Don't wait until the last of the week come in at once. I eputy once. Marshal Lackey will return at Garlic Keeps Of! Snake. Nntlves In tbe snmbern part of Liberia, who have to trtivel Jn the iiake-lnf:ted swamps, rub their feet with parllc nnd oil, ami as they tnove along swish fh air with Itirht rods. Fven the voracious boa constrictor will hurry hwuv from tbe earllc. and tbe other species are terrified by the swishing. Baldwin's Boot Shop J J If you knew what we know, we would not have to tease you to trade with us you would. U.P.Wdlraan , ..-.- f r ' Co., Inc. r Members of Besse-Foster Syem " ' . ' CONCERT AND DANCE FESTIVAL HALL . - ERDINANDO'S MARINE ORCHESTRVA Wednesday, January 19 Auspices of Kusiness & Profess! onal Women's O'u'j Cppcert 8 lo 9 Dancing 9 to 1 ladips can't snmpthiiia , , ZJ . .1 . o bedone cwaixtmxsx What about these husbands who go into any old store and buy any old candy to bring home to you. Can't something be done to show them that the whole enjoy ment of a box of candy lies in having the kind you like? The Kibbe Buffet Box contains a special assortment of candies for particular people rich double-coated chocolates with fancy centers; chocolate-covered nuts; Jordan almonds; sweet -cream caramels and delicious preserved ginger all in one box. Kibbe Chocolates are dipped , ' with silver tongs. No hand or even a finger touches them. Your dealer probably carries a variety of Kibbe Chocolates as well as such other favorites as Social Whirls, Cocoanut Cream Bars, Nut Venetians and Pure Sugar Patties. AskforKibbe'sbyname. Kibbe s, Springfield, Mass. ESSES I DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY - m a fa a s a r 7 ,1 nf.'A .'St.'.,.vi-.,T ,. "Ball Band" Rubber and Woolen Footwear i The Kind That Gives More Days Wear Mr 1 VMM n J ' TV. Every piece of "Ball Band" Footwear has the famous Red Ball" Trade-Mark on it which stands for Quality, rit ana omrorc. Million people' buy "Ball Band" Footwear because they. have found it to be the best looking, longest wearing Rubber Footwear they can get. :h -: Over Ten I -TV , mmmm mmmm m$mmi U Made in All Styles i . - Home of Ball Band unham Brothers mmmm mmii mm -.'--''f-J ompany r 7 --T?'- S Ii