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THE 'BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, THURSDAY, MARCH 1(K 1921.
r Just try 0 0,J& 4mPI Ll till yiiiii wilier fj i- 1 '''rT"lVail!"i m ml "The Coffee of GoodTaste' 4-2 cents a pound Heavy Western Forequarters AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES: Rib Roast . 30-35 Chuck Roast . . 18-25 Boneless Pot Roast ; 25 Boiling Beef 12-1S Whole Shank 10 PORK Whole Loin 25 Roast Pork , ,. . . . 28S32 Chops 30d-35 Sausage 25 Fresh Shoulder 20d LAMB Leg Shoulder, boned and rolled . . Chops Flank .... 40d 30 45d-50d .... 10 Oranges, Grapefruit, Celery, Lettuce, Parsnips, Spinach, Carrots, Radishes A Large Can of Fancy Pineapple or Peaches, heavy syrup, for 40 D. D. CORY & CO. Telephone 428-31 Delivery YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO OUR Opening of Easter Millinery Friday and Saturday, March 1 1 and 1 2 127 Main Street MILLINERY PARLORS' Second Floor When You Are Pleased That Suits Us It is as much satisfaction and pleasure when we know that you are pleased as we hope you get when we serve .you. Whether it be an article of merchandise you buy or mcdicinss you have us prepare our interest is acute and our pleasure unbounded in trying to serve you in any ad ditional ways that we possibly can. Outside of the dol lars and cents we make out of our business, we try to make friends. We invite you to deal at our store on this basis. The Park Drug Store 18 Main Street 'Phone 210 orong mm HOT TIME TONIGHT WITH CLAREMONT high single ftrinsr, with a total of 301 fur the three strings, which was the highest . of the evening. Following are! I I A. Chamborlin, Rhode, BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL TEAM F. s:: M. Johnson, Lackey, Cushing, " Totals, I Mrs. E. A. Sage of Townshend is 81 01 2."iS Upending the day in town. -;;-r, Allen Iiraokett lias returned irom a ;;'J visit with relatives in Gardner. r.'.V.I Mr nn.l Airs. Harold W. Mason loft !S HYl 75 !M SS 81 SO 87 Spud .Advises Not to Get Too Near the Front Machinery Starts at S o'Clock in Festival Hall Dear Lester: Listen, Lester! Hero is a way for you to. keep warm and not burn a bit of fuel. I'd write it to you but I know you would tell everybody so I'll put in the newspaper to save you the trouble. This may sound kinda fishy to you, but here is the dope and believe nie it's right from, the front. You just slip on your eoit and come, down to Festival hull Knight. Athletics are going to t'.ny Clnremont a game- of basketball. ' This Athletic bunch went over to Marlboro night, before last and developed so much speed that they almost set the hall on fire, in fact the fire department saw the smoko coming out the windows and rung in the alarm, but found that it was unioke from the trail the boys made around the hall. Now thi is where you come in. All you have to do is get up there earlv and get up near the front and the heat thrown out from this fast traveling bunch will keep you warm. ' Simple, ain't it? Oh, I know you won't believe it but you just come up and see for yourself. Of course you've got to be in the hall because they don't guarantee to neat tlie whole town. The machinery starts at; 8 o'clock. SPUD. P. S. Don't get too near the front, you might get burnt. Uetter squat down say in about the second row. Erattleboro, March 10. ! today to vnend a few days m New York. "42.V-t.o 410 1.120!) Mrs. II. D. Hawkins w ent this morn- TEAM t I'arrie (sub.), Howard (sub.), Holbrook (sub.), Kingsley, Harris (sub.), Totals, 84 Kl 82 511 VL 7. 82 Ki 7(5 -r 7-S2-S.V su- 2.TI ing to Springfield, Mass., to visit friends. Miss Maw Fitzsrorald of Hellows week with 432 0081,221 RED MEN FORGE INTO FIRST PLACE THREE rOINTS GO TO TEAM F. Team C Defeated on Odd Fellows' Al leys Johnson High Man. Three points of the bowling match on the - Odd' Fellows' alleys last evening were won by team F. the team scoring a total of lJOt) to 1,221 to team C, the latter winning the point for first string. M. Johnson of team F rolled 104 as the GREAT FOR ECZEMA AND OLD SORES I;Guarantee My Ointment, Says Peterson Every Box of It. "If you are responsible for the health of yotir family," says Peterson, of Buffalo. "I want fyou to pet a large 35 -cent box of Peterson's Ointment today. "Remeinber, I stand back of every box. Every druggist guarantees to refund the pur chase price if Peterson's Ointment doesn't da all I claim. "I guarantee it for eczema, old sores, running sores, salt rheum, ulcers, sore nippies, broken breasts, itching shin, skin diseases, blind, bleeding and itching piles as well as for chaf ing, burns, scalds, cuts, bruises and sunburn." 'I had 30 running sores en my leg for 11 years, was in three different hospitals. Ampu tation was advised. 8kin giafting was tried, t was cured by using Peterson's Ointment." Mrs. F. K. Knot. 2S7 Michigan street, Buffalo, N". Y. Mail onlers Idled by Peterson Ointment Co.. Inc., Hultalo. N. Y. Those who suffer from Rheumatism Albany, N. Y. "This is to certify that I have used Dr. Pierce's An-uric Tablets (anti uric acid) for kid ney and bladder trouble and rheumatism. I had rheumatism sixteen yearu and it was get ting worse. Af ter usins An-uric A jov A x a t) l e l 3 lor a ?.!Ji&k' veelicr ten days. V my rheumatism gradually 'eft me and rny kidr.cys and bladder bocor.ie normal again. I wou'd advise you, if you are afflicted with rheumatism or kidney trouble, to keep Anuric o;i hard, r-r:d with the first syns plum tako iv-v c-f t h.- ta'.h'ts and you will (or.it out aii rU'ht " W. II. lilGHTMYrjtt. ft.jr Hvdsoa Av- I k v Score 710 Out of Tossihlc 750 Toinis in Town Pool Tournament Dugan Beats Fox 73 to S3. Ap the close of the fourth night's play in the pool tournament of the var ious clubs in town, the lied Men jumped from t-econd to first place by scoriii;: 740 points out of a possible 750 iwints, while the Odd Fellows were scoring Wit points. This result gives the lied Men a lead of ciht points. Hie Wheel club scored G55 iKints and have a strong hold on third place. The Knights of Columbus scored 6.'52 points and the ma sons 550 points, givinfe. the Knights fourth place and the Vinson last place. Last night's panics marked the close of the tirt half of the tournament. The Wheel club were in the lead on the tirt night, on the second nijjbt the (Kid Fellows took first place, and now the Kcd Men have a narrow lead at the end of the fourth night. The upset of the evening's play was the defeat' of Fox of the Odd Fellow's bv Dujran of the Masons by a score of 75 to 33. One of the best matches of the tour nament was that between If. Chandler of the Odd Fellows and O. Thompson of the Wheel club, in which tlu hitter won bv a score of 75 to OS. Following are the scores last eveninsr, also the total points scores by eacTi team: At Masonic Temnle Thomas (M 75, P.urnlmm (O) C7: Graves (li) 75. Sawin (Ml ?!; Parson. (II) 75, Dines (M) 7i; Haskell (O) 75. Spencer IM) 50; Oab ree (()) 75, P.rouilette (Kt (55; O'Connor (111 75. H. .T. Chandler. (V) 7'". At Odd Fellows' Temple Fennell (III 75. March (M) 50; Kills (V) 75, Howard (() -P3; Imnlew (K 75. Crosby (Ml W: Wootlard (U) 75. Voetseh (Mi 0 ; ood ("O'l 75, ;reen (Vi :?7: (. Thompson ( ) 75, H. Chandler (O) Hs. t Vermont Wheel Club Tucker (bi 75, Bracket t iVi 72; P-aker (K) 75. C lasKer i i .j: . . i ; nllimw fill , 1 til kl'I 1 " ' " " ..-1 Falls visited in town this "J(; frienls. i.ihr, r:iiiiiwn of asnineron street. who is ill with a bronchial truoble, is improving. . f Mrs. A. It.' Shaw of Xew York city is visitimr in town with her mother, airs, A. G. Morrill. ; Ernest A. P.ra.cr. who was called to .Trfmaica bv the illness of his children, has returned.. Sister SuneHor Helena, who had been confined to the convent several days by illness, is out again. Mrs. John II. T.arden is having a va cation of two weeks from her work in Houghton & Simonds's store. Mrs. Clark T. Hrownell left this morning for Newark, X. J., to visit a week or 10 days with relatives, Miss Mary Fcnton. who had a posi tion in the office of the Dunham Uroth ers company, has finished work there. Mrs. Ilallam Turton and son. Ilallain, of IJcllows Falls are visiting here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Orlin 'Ellis of Main street. ' Mrs. Marion CrowninsfTield. who had been a guest several days of Mrs. Har old Webster, has returned to her home in Ilolyoke, Mass. Miss Gladys Russell is assisting this week in the Huntress-Adams s-tore in tlie garment department. Mrs. Henry Wil liams, who is employed there, is ill. Mrs. Agnes Ilice has returned to Soinerville. Mass., where she has a posi tion as teacher, after spending a week at her home on North Main street. Mrs. Fred Spaulding, jr., and daugh ter, I'.everly, ' who visited here a week with Mr, and Mrs. John II. Iiarden. re turned Tuesday afternoon to their home in Fitchburg, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Whitney of Springfield. Mass., came Saturday to viit relatives. Mr. Whitney returned Monday, but Mrs. Whitney remained here until yesterday. - Mrs. Hernice M. Field of Hinsdale. X. II.. who will engage in shampoo and massage work in town, has hired the upper apartment in the Hooker house, where she will make her home. Mrs. Lester Warren, pianist at the Princess theatre, was called this week t; her home in Portland. Me., by the critical illness of her father. Paul P.er nanl is substituting at the theatre dur- TODAY RINCESS jgTj THEATRES nJh; DOUGLAS MAGtEAISt -IN- 1i n-in (Ki 71 r Hawkins (Ki 4S- lvd IK i-. nails 1 1 Vol in (K) 75. Whitney (lit W: t hnu y (III 75: Harber (Ml . ,. t Knights of Columbus Shaw "i 75 MeOinnis (V) 4!; , Brittun I V Hennimr K) 5S; II. Whitney ( ) . AAt Pel Men Duean (M 75. Fox (Oi Fairbanks mm 75. Allen (M) -vs; Pike (in 75. Davis K4 0.,. Total point? scored bed Men. Odd Fellows. .720: Wheel club , 2.r.J. Knid.ts of Columbus 2.4r.7; Masons, MFTF.OKOI.OUK AI, SUMMARY. iosi-pli I iciunig lias returned from a vNit in New Iiondon. Cmi. He was !); nipaiiied home by his niece. Mary Margaret t'orcoian. who will visit here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Fleming of Oak trcrt. Gilbert Ilridsres has returned from Hyde Park. Mass.. where lie went to pin his household goods into storage. Mr. I!iidg"s and family will remain here for the piesent with her mr.ther. Mrs. Michael Moylan. Mr. liridges began work Monday for the White liiver Chair company. Obscrvatie.ps :i 10 High Street, Klevation con pb-te woman's :V Feet, for February. marshal: For th' coining municipal election, the' ! women of (uray. Colo., have named a! t i-KCt,( f roin liiayor .ta "The Rookies Return" A delightful Paramount comedy filled with smiles and laughs galore. Hailed as a, companion picture to "2Zy2 Hours Leave.' Doris May leads the supporting cast. Also Last Chapter of the Western Serial Sensation "Ruth of the Rockies" Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 17c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission : Children 10c, Adults 20c TOMORROW A Benefit Performance in the Evening for the Brattleboro Business and Professional Woman's Club" THE SPECIAL FEATURE PRODUCTION "The Thief" Henri Bernstein's Greatest Play, with PEARL WHITE The Big New York, London, and Paris Stage Success ALSO International News which contains among other interesting "shots," pictures of a carnival at Vermont University at Burlfngton. ADDED ATTRACTIONS IN THE EVENING - One-Act Farce with Six Young Ladies and Several Specialties, Including a Solo Dance by. Miss Evelyn Fisher The Vaudeville Attractions Under the Direction of Mrs. Arthur H. Brasor "Matinee 2.30 Admission: Children 10c; Adults 17c Evening Benefit Performance Child. 15c; Adults 28c. Sap Buckets New shipment Galvanized 12-qt. Sap Buckets. Special price while thev last 'V Brattleboro China, Store Wall Papers and Window Sliades srr (Jet N?fe .fnendjywifg Hits SO1Tt'Tsm2 if Following are the results of meteoroi.-K-ieal observations by V. U. nuBhan. ob server, at 4( HiKh street, elevation ...... feet, for the month of February: Temperature Highest. 1 i " Lowest. 4 fjr.th and "Jtitli). Mean maximum. :.7. Mean minimum. Dailv mean for mouth. '2..... Absolut.; maximum in February in V- y';ilrs- ' nli) Absolute minimum in lehruarx in V2 vears. 22 (1020). Normal tem perature in Febrnarr-for 12 years. 1.(.. Kx-ess this year as compared with normal. - ji ' Umosidierie pressure Iliffhest, J ' inches tltth). Lowest. 'JIMKI 11th). Dailv mean for month, r.n.l". Absolut maximum in February in 12 years ..O..I.. (Villi Absolute minimum in I-ebrnary in'l2 years. 2.r.:i (l'.12l. Normal pres sure in February for 12 years. ::UU. 1.x-e-ss this year as o.mpared with normal. AH. .... l're iiiitation, 2.10 inc lw-s. Normal tins month for 12 years, .'i.lo. Total precipi tation this year, I. ietieieney tlos month as compared with normal. l.O... Number of days on which .Ol ni;h or over of precipitation occurred. H. Snow fall 21 inches. Snow on Rnmnd at enl of month, (i inches. Wind, prevailinc li rection, north. Clear days, 0. larti cloudy, t. Cloudy, Ki. Sl'RCllAKCiK OX II. IS. TKAVEI.. Canadian Tickets to V. S. Must Kear Kv t li.m.'je Cliiirse. OTTAWA. Out., March 10. Applica tion of the Railway Association of Canadu for permission t make surcharges on tn seiiRcr traffic between Canada and th Fniteil Stat-s because of the exchange rate was pranted iivre yesterday by the bonrd of railway cominis.iioners. Alter March an additional nmonnt to cover the difference in value b-tweeu Canadian and I'Mit-d States money must he paid bv pers; purchasiiu; tickets m the Dominion t:, the Fnited States. The Mircharge varies with lenptu oi joui-ney. THIRD IN TIIIIi:i: DAYS. Murd is Cammon in (oiioc of Chicago Ald.'rmanic l-"isM. CHICAGO, March 10. Another mur der, the third in three days, in the '.Hh ward, which rcceutly was the wv!i cT s'-veinl b.-mbiiiss during a bitter ahbr. manic election campaign, V'1S revealed totlav when thre.' men on their way to work found t!u hrdv of a man. under an elevat(l line track. Reserve sipuds of uniformed poiiee and HO detectives in plain clothes todav were patroiinp the bad land " of the Oth ward to prevent rse-ution of the threats sent to ward political leaders after the shooting lies dav of two lieutenant of Ablciiiiun John Powers. r. s. TROOPS STAND PAT. Tboso on the Rhine Are. There Umljv Terms of Ar?niyice. WASHINGTON. March 10. Ameri an troops on the Rhine are "standing pat," Secretary Weeks said today, and n similar sttitud- as the Rhine situa tion crov iuv. out of the occupation -! Rdditional (JerniHu cities by the allies was expressed at the state department. American trvs. it was pointed out, oc cupy their position in Germany in ac cordance with the terms of the armis tice, and not for the fulfilment of tin treaty of Versailles. I NFILLED ORDERS LKSSEN. P. S. Siecl Report Shows Decrease fron' Previous Monili. k NEW YORK. March 10. The month v tonuarre reoart of the Fnited States Sted corporation made public today !-howel .(.;),",.';.St7 tons of unfilled or tVers on !';. 4hr Jan.- "f the titrtire i WZ3 NEW Light-Sk Sedan the World s Greatest Light Weight Sedan S kUCH quality as you find in the New Light-Six bEDAN at its remarkably moderate price is pos sible only because of great resources, manufac turing experience and knowledge of body building. In its quietness of power and freedom from vibra tion this Light-Six Sedan sets new standards in closed car comfort. Distracting noises and discom forting body vibrations have been eliminated. You save from 20 to 25 per cent when you buy the New Light-Six Sedan, for you get the benefit of economies made possible by complete manufacture in the new modern$20,C00,G00 plants of Studebaker in South Bend. Middlemen's profits are eliminated on castings, forgings, stampings, motor, axles, transmis sion, frame, body, top and other vital parts and qual ity is absolutely assured. .Come in and see this wonderful car the world's greatest light weight Sedan. We are ready to demon strate and make deliveries. Touring Car . . . $1485 Landau-Roadster . . 1650 ' Sedan . . ... 2150 - Cord Tire Equipped F. O. B. South Dend Maniey Brothers Co., Inc." BRATTLEBORO, VT. ': i - f nV.Wrff-r.Vr. 'fjif" 5 . ? .I- J- tIH f - 411- T HI S . I S . A. .... STUDEBAKER YEAR ol-26 1 i 1 1 i t i i, i i It t : i i 1 1 1 t f 9 i i V 1 i E i . ' n if tip- 2-