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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; ERIDAY, JULY 15, 1921.
M irro A liiminiim Sauce Pans prtmg rtews AMERICAN LEAGUE. Standing of the.. Clubs. Regular Price, $1.10 Six features of unusual quality. New, hollow sure-grip handle. Sold at this low price so that every home may possess a sample of the best that is made in aluminum. There is a lifetime of wear in this MIRRO pan, as iitdeed there is in all MIR RO utensils. A SENSATIONAL BARGAIN, SO BE SURE AND GET YOURS EMERSON & SON i Everything for Housekeeping Elliot St. Won Lost r.c. ifVvdaixi. n.i 20 - .;-!; j New York, 4! :u .01 :t UVavhinuton, 1(5 41 J'2U ' 1 ctr.it. 42 42 ."."0 l'.ut.ni, :;t 4: .Wi ' St. Louis, - 47 - .427 Chicago. ;t 47 .420 IMiilTnt.'ii.hiM. :;2 4S AW ! Games Today. Boston at Cleveland. New York at St. Louis. Washington at Chicago. Philadelphia at Detroit. NATIONAL. LKAGUll Standing of the Clubs. Re-imburscd A il:tinnfie(l or wrec'ued car is certainly a l.earthrpakin; siltt to the owner. Any automobile owner may have such au experience any time. You may today. What a pleasure to think that your Automobile Insurance will sive the wherewithal to repair your car or buy a new one. More than this it covers liability, property . rianmgp ami other dangerous risks. Can vou af ford to he without it? Let this agency write your policy. II. E. TAYLOR & SON INSURANCE AGENCY BK VTTLEBOKO, VERMONT Read The Reformer Advertisements Todir Won Ijost P.p. Pittsburgh, ."! 27 .007 New York, f.O 2! .0.".: Boston, 4" ;J,2 ..".si Brooklyn, 42 lO JV2 St. Louis, 4() 40 .500 Chicago, . 33 44 Cincinnati, 20 4. Philadelphia, 22 04 Games Today. St. Louis at Boston (two games.) Pittsburgh at New York. Chicago at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. American League. 1 Faber and 0 1 Washington, " 1 Chicago, :i Mogridge and Gharrity ; Scnalk. Boston. 5 0 Cleveland, 2 10 Jones and Tin el ; Morton, I'hle, Nun n maker and Schinault. Philadelphia. 0 10 1 Detroit, 4 0 3 Harris. Pommel and Perkins; Ehmke and Bassler. St. Louis, New York, rain. .420 both teams are determined to hold the po .372 sitiou they now occupy in the league race. .2'JO Port Dummer had a bit of hard luck last week, losing two players by injury, Wy man breaking his linger while O'Connell broke a thumb. They have enough ma terial, however, to fill the vacancies "and probably will be, just as strong as ever. During the week the directors of the league held a meeting to adjust the player allowance audits a result section 4 of the by-laws was amended to allow each of the teams representing the three shops two players who need uot be on the pavroll 0 or De employed in tue factories, while Com Rubber Ball Day pany 1 was allowed to keep all of the outside players now on the team. Tomorrow- is the day and 2 p. m. is the time. The boys, are playing a good brand of hall and deserve support. 'LONE WOLF IS HANGED. Pandit Pays Penalty For Killing Two Men. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Allen Ilebb is assisting as clerk in Houghton & Simonds's .store BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Mrs. Julia Saunders is expected to return Sunday from a two-weeks' visit at Miss Anfe de Mont of New York is a her home in Argyle. guest of the Misses Heaphy of Cedarl Mrs. Roy B. Miner Aas returned fromA street. a visit in Ludlow with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Henry W. Greene of Braintree ward Vail. Mrs. Vail and son accompa is visiting lir parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. nietl her here for a visit. W. Phillips. j I lenry Renand, who was operated upon Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Burnett will by Dr. Harry P. Greene for ruptured ap leave tomorrow for a two-weeks' outing at iendix, is as comfortable as could be ex- at ELBERT SIMONS TheShop Unique On Saturday, July 1G A rubber ball will be given with every 50c Purchase in the book, toy, novelty or gift department. National League. Chicago, 2 0 1 Boston. 3 S 2 Ponder and Daly; Watson and O'Neil. Cincinnati, 0 12 1 Brooklyn. S 1 Eller, Bixcy and Wingo: Grimes, Smith, Mitchell, Schupp and Miller. Pittsburgh ." 0 0 Philadelphia. 4 S 2 Carlson and Schmidt ; King and T'-i.o-n-,- fen innings. St. Louis, 3 B I w York, 4 14 3 Bailey, and Dilhoeferj Ityaa and Sny. --- 1 " TWO LOCAL! LEAGUE T GAMES TOMORROW Leaders and Cellarites in Opening Clash Cottons and Soldiers Then Meet Play Starts at 2 p. m. The Brattleboro local league will hold forth again tomorrow afternoon, when tiie league leaders, the Last and Wood Heel Co. team, plays the present incum bents of the cellar position, the S. A. Smith Mfg. Co. The first tiuw these two teams met the Toy makers put it all over the Lasters. but the latter team has been strengthened considerably since then while the Toy makers have been slipping considerably. 'However, they seem to have straightened out their difficulties and are now prepared to play hall as they need this game to get an upward start. They will make a strong bid to upset the leaders. The second game will be Fort Dinumer against ' Company I. These two teams nru tied for second place, and this game bhould be a tight from start to finish as York Beach. Me. ! : Benjamin 1". Bingham, who has been spending a week at Lawton hall, will re turn tomorrow to New York. Allen Bracfcett and Edward Boyce will! go Sunday tu Keverf Beach, where they will spend twu weeks' vacation. Mrs. J. Lewis Morse and daughter, Miss Marion Morse, went this week to Boston for a stay vf several days. Miss Ruth and Miss Ellen Frederick- son returned Wednesday from a two- CIIICAGO, July 13. Harry II. Ward, known as the "lone wolf" bandit, was hanged this morning at the county jail, weeks' visit with relatives in.. Boston. lie paid the death penalty lor the killing j M T R AU of Cr0hy block is of Thomas Graney and Rudolnh :i- 7.! i'' :,,.... ., . 5J . n... i,, ..... r..u 1. .1 - visiiwic 111 ceuiium, to stop him after he had robbed a 'Iiat f n, Ernest Allen and familj store. I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Galviu and two j children of Spripgfield, Mass., are visiting Mrs. Thomas Manning ot .IIiot street. j petted, but his condition is still critical. Miss Gladys Porter and Miss Doris Porter left this morning for Gardner, Mass., to spend the rest of the summer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs,. P. Larkin. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and Mrs. Mary Gray of Rutland, who were called here Wednesday by the death of their daughter-in-law, returned to their . home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harwood, who had been, spending several days here with her father, Frank Horton, returned tftis morning to their home in LuiTenburg, Mass. They were called here by the death of Mrs. Harwood's aunt,' Mrs. Annette Newton. The Jewish Feast of the Passover is the oldest religious celebration known to mankind. It had its birth on the banks Rev. James I. Rand is expected to re turn tonight from his home in Burlington ISJ B1 110 m m 0 H H Isl a HI H 13 5 HI m EH n H H i H a a a 75c Ladies' Silk Hose 19e Socks . . . $ i - rf J. msi mi -A ' ' at 111 Corner 'Main and Flat Streets 5s. 19c Ladies Hose 35c Ladies Hose. All Colors 20e Only a Few More Days for Washable Satin Camisoles 49 first July ranee Sale 50c Children's t Hose of very X fine quality PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT TO TIIE BONE We are following the Lurie policy of big sales, small profits, thereby giving you more for your" money. Come and see these wonderful values that cannot be beat, at a big saving to you. 89c Ladies Muslin Gowns, white and flesh colors ..19- 98c t t . 79c Ladies Envelope Chemise 1 98c Ladies' Muslin Drawers $1.00 Ladies lace bottom Petticoats ' 59 $1.25, $1.50 Ladies' Fashion Silk Hose, Strictly first quality x . 25c Ladies Vests of very fine knit 17? , . 75c Ladies' Union Suits, an extra special offer 49 - Values to $10 and $12.50 Organdie and Voile Dresses In pink, yellow, blue, purple ajid the rest of the wanted colors. Just a few left to choose from. Biggest Dress Bargain ever offered. Lot of $1.00 and $1.50 Striped Percale $1.00 Ladies Union Suits, all sizes, bodice top 69 - S8.0S 35c Ladies extra size Vests, extra value, - 29 . 4 Waists 49 Polo coats you. will want them .'ater when it ges' cool. In all the wanted colors $6.95 Your choice of any Hat in the store $2.98 $1.98 Children's Gingham Dresses 9S Jersey Suits $2.00 white and fancy French voiles 89 1 lot of $7.P0 heavy Crepe DeChine Over Blouses $3.69 1 lot of $10.00 heavy Crepe De Chine Over Blouses -made with the Newest Collars $5.98 J$1.98 Middie Blouses, Voiles and Lons dale Twills 9S In Heather, green, grey, blue and black. These you will find cool, comfortable and convenient. Just what you need for your vacation trip S7.97 All our $5., $6.. and $7. Gingham Dresses in the best style made, $2.98 Sleeveless Dresses in white. Buy one lor your vacation trip. Washable and comfortable $1.98 GO rii $2.98 Children's Gingham ' Dresses Voile Collars and Sashes $1.98 $4.38 Children's Voile Dresses. Bargain ; $2.98 ' 98c Polly Prime Aprons 59 . wuh yj 0rflran(Jc Dresses 1 T worth to $30. The Fluffy, Breezy , kind. Buy one and keep cool in this hot weath- In all the wanted colors. An extra ordinary offer. er X 4 4 ' 4 4 50c Ladies Flesh Bandeaux 19 $1.50 to $2.00 Lace Trimmed Sateen Petticoats 981 $4.50 Lace Front Sweaters, All colors $1.98 $1 7 5.00 and $7,00 Tuxedo Front Sweaters, t " All colors t . $3.98 rlfiiriiniliri1S11i a H ra H 00 a m H II a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 8 5 3o 15 20 9 13 17. Ii .14- IZ 16 18 J9 24 28 25 21 22. 25 23 Tim's a clovm. anl Jim's anotlier. This Ls Tim, now find his brother. ' Draw from one to two and so on to tbe end. WEST BRATTLEBORO .f the Nile 4.KM) yoars ago in the twi- whel"e lie ha been visiting suice Monday. lirlif if hisitnrv I -Mrs. iJobeit llromala and little - I. i . i i. i. . r uaucnter went louav 10 m" jiome i Mrs. llromada's parents in West Wards lxjro. 7 I I John Browncll, who has been very ill m Ins home on Chestnut street, is re covering, lie was able to sit up for a time yesterday. ' Miss Ruby Sheldon, a recent graduate of Johns Hopkins hospital, Baltimore. Md.. has been visiting Misses Edith and Ruth putton the past week. Rev. E. P. Wood was the speaker at the annual meeting and picnic of the Ma sonic past masters of the 14th district of Massachusetts at Mt. Tom July 13. Verle Lunn left this morning for his home in Washington, D. C, after visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lunn. Mrs. Lunn and son, Vincent, will remain for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chase went Sun day to visit in the home of their grand daughter. Mrs. Lawrence Raymond of Hellows Falls. Mr. Chase returned home yesterday, Mrs. Chase remaining for the rest of the week. Dr. Lawrence Ileaphy of New York came yesterday to visit at his home on Cedar street. He was accompanied by Cratus H. Weatherhead, who had been in New York several days. They came in -Dr. Ileaphy's automobile. Miss Jane P.rew has resigned her posi tion in the offiee of Ilolden & Martin. She will leave tomorrow for her home in Hoosick Falls., N. Y. She was presented a purse of gold money last evening at the close of work by the employes at the mill. Miss Faith Yeaw, executive secretary of Windham County chapter. Red Cross, was in Putney yesterday on home service work. Miss Marion Rowe. fild represen tative of the New England division, was in Rrattleboro Wednesday night and part of yesterday on general Red Cross work. The Daily -Argus-leader of Sioux Falls. S. 1., contained 'the following personal item in-itsi" issue of Mondav: "Mrs. Walter C.illert of Brattleboro, Yt.. who lias been visiting friends in Smut City, la., motored to Sioux Falls Sat urday afternoon and is the guest of her old neiuhlor and schoolmate in Yer mont, Mrs. Charles M. Day." Mrs. Cora flallup returned Wednesday after a week's .visit in Dover, N. II. Miss Ella Dutily of Springfield, Mass., is spending a few days at the hospital, where she is having a needed rest and vacation. Cioorge II. I'arrett, who has been under the doctor's care several weeks, has recov ered sufficiently to be able to sit up a part of the time. Mrs. W. E. Stellman and daughter. Maxine, and Elberta Knight, went last night to the Stellman cottage at Sunset lake for a two-week's outing. Roland Pillsbury of Bellows Falls was operated upon yesterday morning in the Melrose hospital by Dr. E. R. Lynch for the removal of tonsils and adenoids. Harold P. White, agent for the Metro politan Life Insurance company was in Windsor yesterday on business for the company, returning home last evening. Robert Brock of Wells River, who had been visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. W. Renfrew, returned to his home yester day. Mrs. Coff. also of Wells 'River, is visiting at Mr. Renfrew's. Miss Rardwell, student nurse at the Melrose hospital, burned her left hand yesterday while on duty, accidentally turning hot water o'rt if from the fawcett. Dr. Lynch dressed the hand. TODAY PRINCESS IM THEATRE 1Hm Co. I Benefit "Buried Treasure" With MARION DAVIES A story of Wall Street "Buccaneers" and pirates of the" Spanish Main. Of love and intrigue in New York society; love and battle under the black flag. They called her father the "Pirate of Wall Street " But here was the real thing. An Adventure Tale of Two Ages Peopled by the v Same Souls 7,000 feet of Thrills and Adventures ALSO "Trouble Hunters" A Vitagraph Comecly in Two Parts and International News To the holder of the lucky number at the matinee a beautiful American Flag will be given Matinee, 2.30, acimission : Children, 10c; adults, 28c. Evening, 7-8.45, admission: Children, 15c; adults, 28c Help the boys by your patronage and incidentally see a good show. A Cool Place to Spend Warm Evenings TOMORROW SHIRLEY MASON -IN- 99 "The Lamplighter A love story of Maria Susanna Cummins, ALSO Chapter 10 of Fantomas -The great detective serial . I AND "Scrappily Married" ' a two-part comedy Coming William S- Hart in "O'Malley of the Mounted" A Shower a Day Keeps You Fit Every Way See our show windows for durable and inexpen sive shower bath. , As good as any one has and within the reach of everyone's pocketbook. Fitch Plumbing & Heating Co. COMING Monday and Tuesday Snowblind" Katharine Xewlin Burt Famous Novel rite preirtest outdoor photodrama rver filmed, a story you will never forget. Higger and better than "The Branding Iron." Latchis Theatre LEGAL NOTICES. At a Court of Probate held nt Norwich, within aad for the District: of Nor wich on the 12th day of July A. D.. I'.rii Present. NELSON J. AY LING, .Tikis'. In the matter of removal of parent as natural guardian of Eleanor May Greene of Norwich, in said District, a minor, Walter A. Greene of Norwich, Conn.,, appeared in Court and filed a pe tition alleging that he is the father of Eleanor May Greene of said Norwich, a minor; that Dorothy Y. Greene of said Norwich, the mother of said minor, has neglected said minor and is an unfjt per son to have charge of said child, and praying, for the reasons therein set forth, that said Dorothy Y. Greene be removed as n natural guardian of said minor. , Whereupon, it is Ordered. That said petition be heard and determined at the Probate. Court Room in the City of Nor wich, Com., in said District, on the 20th day of July, A. D. li21. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice of v the pendency of said petition, and of said hearing thereon, be given by the publica tion of this order one time in some news paper having a circulation in Brattle boro, Vermont, and by depositing a true and attested copy of this order in the postoffice in Norwich, Conn., postage paid, by registered mail, directed to "Dorothy Y. Greene, Brattleboro, Ver mont," respectively, at least live days prior to the date of said hearing, and that return be made to this Court. NELSON J. AYLING, Judge. - The above and foregoing is a true copy f