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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER , 15, 1921.
Its Sale is Phenomenal Its Quality is Irreproachable Sporting Mews DP (51 Mi3 Ara CQU HZS9 Is the Purest and Most Cleanly Prepared Tea in the World Good Values in Good Things to Eat Best Seeded Raisins C. . . 23 pkg. Best Dried Currants . 28 pkg. Old Homestead Rice 10 pkg. Good Head Rice, in bulk ( 3 lbs. 25 "Stanzalone" Coffee 30 lb. Heinz Pure Olive Oil, quart . ?1.50 Heinz Pure Olive Oil, one-half gallon $2.75 New Comb Honey 35 section For Pickling We have Heinz White Pickling and Cidar Vinegar, Red and Green Peppers, Spices, Cauliflowers and Pickling Onions. SEND US YOUR ORDERS WE WILL MAKE PROMPT DELIVERY. W. H. MILES 6? SON 165 MAIN STREET El " y 15 s 1 i P Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt Brattleboro's Department Store j M.H Cat 921 Time to Be Looking for Your m m n II li si y New Fall Hat H B THE si -If What kind will it be? If you want to get the best value for your money be sure it's a Mallory. There are several good reasons why millions of men wear no other hat but a Mallory. Come in and try on a few 'of the New Fall styles you will soon see what those reasons are. We are showing these new shapes in great abundance. And the price is about 50 per cent lower than last season's price. Now $5. Men's Stitched Cloth Hats, in tweeds, checks and all the popular, new Fall colorings, $1.98, $3, $3.50 ' The Big Leagues In the National league yesterday the New York Giants maintained their lead of one and one-half games by overwhelming the Cincinnati Reds while the Pirates nosed out the Bos ton Braves. In the American league the Yan kees held their scanty half game lead ' by defeating the White Sox in a slug fest, while the Indians were trounc ing the Athletics. In the game with the White Sox, Meusel of the Yan kees hit his 21st and 22nd home runs of "the season, while Itabe Iiuth was having - an off day. Between Ruth and Meusel, the Yanks are sure of a home run every 15 innings of play, or so; and this fact doesn't encour age any pitcher who is trying to hold the league leaders in check, for a home run with a man or two on bases will break up the best of ball games. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League. Won Lost P.c. New York. 87 f4 .G17 Pittsburgh, S4 54 .009 St. Louis, 77 0- .."Vi4 .Boston, 7 04 .53! Brooklyn.. 70 OS .H07 Cincinnati, 03 70 .453 Chicago, A S." .3X9 Philadelphia, 47 94 .333 Games Today. Boston at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American League. Won Lost P.c. New York, 80 fl .02X Cleveland, 80 H2 .023 St. Louis. 72 OX .514 Washington, 09 70 .497 Boston, 0." 09 .4S" Detroit, 07 74 .475 Chicago, rS 80 .421 Philadelphia, 47 '80 .353 Games Today. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. IS 6 2U 1 and O'Farrell; 12 0 C 2 and Schmidt ; National League. Brooklyn, 9 15 1 St. Louis, 7 13 O Batteries : Reuther. Mil jus. S. Smith and Miller; Sherdell, Walker, Pfeffer, Bailey, North and Dilhoefeiy Aifisfiiith. St. Louis. ' 3 ; 11 0 Brooklyn, 2 7 1 Batteries : Pertica and DilhoeEer : Mitchel and Taylor. New York, 10 Batteries! Douzlas and Snvder: RixeY. Markle and Wingo. -.. Chicago, 10 Philadelphia, 0 Batteries : Alexander Betts and Henline. Pittsburgh, 5 Boston, , 2 Batteries : Morrison Fillingim and Gowdy. American League. New York, 11 10 Batteries : Shawkev and Srhane i Bus- sell, Ilotlge and Schalk. . : Washington, 1 ' 4 V 0 m. Louis, - 4) .-- 3 - - 0 Batteries: Johnson and Picimch; Da vis and Severeid. Boston, 1 7 0 Detroit, 0 2 4 Batteries : Tennock and Walters ; Old ham and Bassler. Cleveland, 8 12 0 Philadelphia, 5 9 3 Batteries : Coveleskie and O'Neil ; Har ris and Perkins. o ' STRAIGHT HEATS AT GREENFIELD Detroit at Boston. Cleveland at Philadelphia. 1 1 4 3 TOO LATE Death only a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking COLD MEDAL Tha world's standard remedy for kidney, livr, bladder and uric add troubles tb National Remedy of Holland since K96. Guaranteed. Three sizes, all druggists. Look for tiio nam Cold Medal oa ery baa and accent ov imitation Last Race Only One to Go More Than Three Peter Stout a Second Favored With Fine Weather. GREENFIELD, Mass., Sept. 15. The second day's racing card in, connection with the "live-wire" fair gave the crowd a good afternoon's entertainment yester day. The first three raeesr.were settled in three heats, but the last race had to go five heats before the winner was decided. The summaries : 2.14 Trot Purse $400. Manna Loa, b m, by Manrico (Brusie) Peter Hopeful, b h, by Peter the Great (Gjllies) '. 2 Forbes Robertson, b h, by J. Malcolm Forbes (Ilowe) ... 3 rViolet T, br iu, by Peter Red (Taylor) -1 Native Girl, blk m, by J. Mal colm Forbes (Connors) .... 5 Time: 2.134. 2.134, 2.13U 2.13 Trot Purse ?500. Binkirk, b g. by Lord Dewey (Sunderland) The Irish Lad, b g. by Paddy the Irish Boy (Bradley) ... Ettabella, b in, by Etawah (Brusie) Hollyrood Billy, b g, by King Cole (Clancy) Time: 2.13',i, 2.13U. 2.12U. 2.20 Trot Purse .$1000. Charles Direct, ch g, by King Direct (Brusie) 1 Peter Stout, b h, by Peter the (ireat (Connors) 7 Leon Gambetta, b g, by Joe Dodge (Bradley) .... 2 Bells, b m, by Bertina (Toole) 3 Jim March, b g, by Dr March : o by Para J,i j You can't have satisfaction without good quality. Fall Topcoats H.P.Wellman Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster System BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager lii 2 2 3 4 3 4 3 i 2 5 4 4 6 6 7 3 di (Hanner) Morvic V, b g Leonard) . ... Iskamder. blk g, by San Fran cisco (Clancv) ' Time : 2.13U. 2.12'. 2.12U. 2.1G Pace Purse ?500. Lady Aileen, blk m. by Twinkling Dan (Small) 3 Peter Star, ch g. by Peter the Great (Brusie) . . 1 Star Chatham, blk g, by Earl of Chatham (Toole) 4 Red Gratton, b g, by Pe ter Red (Taylor) Time: 2.1(ii, 2.15'i, 2.16U. -MS'4. v. - -1. ' v 2 111 14 4 2 3 2 2 ro 2 4 3 3 ro BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Bowen are attending the Greenfield fair. Austin E. Miller and Bert O. Ware are attending the Greenfield fair. ? Miss Margaret Fleming was in Green field yesterday to attend the fair. Miss Irma Ratte began working .today as clerk in the Clapp & Jones company's store. Miss Hilda Paul has begun working as clerk at the Brattleboro Baking C'o.'s store. ' Mrs. Major C. Houghton of Oak street is ill and under the care of a profes sional nurse. Ray L. Mixer, who is employed in Springfield, Mass., is visiting here this week With his mother. Harold R. Miner, chauffeur for the Brattleboro fire department, is having a vacation ; this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Grady returned Tuesday after a 10-day s' visit with rel atives m ellsvule, IN. 1. Miss Elizabeth Spencer will go Tues day to Middlebury to enter her second year at Middlebury college. Mrs. Luman Weeks has resumed work in the alteration department at J. E. Mann's store, after a month's vacation. Mrs. Dennis Ilogan and two children of Springfield, Mass.. are visiting her sister, Mrs. E. J. Snyder of Elliot street. Mr. and Mrs. John Quinn and Ron, John, of Elliot street are spending a two weeks' vacation with relatives in Can ada. Howard Richardson has returned to the Bentley School of Accounting after spending the summer at his home in town. O. A. Forrest of Boston is here today connected with the Twin State Gas & Electric company and is registered at the Brooks House. George .W. Brooks, manager of the Cloverdale store, is having a vacation of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks are on an automobile trip. " : Mrs. II. P. Lackey, who w.as employed ia the office of the S. A. Smith Mfg. Co., has taken a position in the office of the Fort Dummer Mills. Miss Louise Bean returned last night from a vacation spent in Athol, Spring field and Boston. She resumed work at the Brooks House' today. Miss Susan Graffani will leave tomor row for Wiellesley. Mas, -where she. will resume her studies in Weilesley col lege, entering her senior year. ; Miss Grace Dawley, who recently fin ished work in the Clapp & Jones Co.'s store, has gone to Ashuelot. N. H., to substitute a month in an office. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Micott were in Felchville yesterday to attend the funeral of his uncle, Oscar F. Randall, who for merly w as a resident of this town. Miss Florence Peirce of Washington, D. C, who had been visiting here three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Allan D. Brown, left Monday for her home. Mrs. Thomas J. Goodwyn of Columbia, S. C, who had been spending the summer at Kennebunkport. Me., is visiting in town with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Dunlevy. Mrs. D. F. Shea and sister, Miss Mol- he Donahue, have returned from a week s stay in Boston. Miss Donahue, who had been visiting here, has returned to her home in Rutland. Miss Mildred Bancroft, professional nurse in Hartford, and sister. Miss Mar guerite Bancroft, also of Hartford, are spending a few weeks' vacation at their home on Western avenue. . ' ; Mbs Alice M. Bennett, who has hern "a nurse for the Mutual Aid association six months, will go tomorrow to Orleans to take a position as district nurse for the Orleans County relief organization. Mrs. E. S. Tubbs and daughter. Leona. and son, Raymond, have returned from a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Whitton. at Hartford. Conn. While away Mrs. Tubbs attended the Hartford fair. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greene of Brain- tree are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Phillips of Cherry street. Mr. ' (ireene recently sold his general merchandise and grain business in Brain tree. Mrs. Greene is assisting this week in Houghton & Simonds's store. TODAY PRINCESS THEATRE WALLACE REID in '" ; "Too Much Speed" 11 Fifr- II i li mm w. rnwe m.- ii i ;t IPM m m -'ffi, -' If I uttSfk mil iwi ibiii jjmwjijii L i i i '5-swis' Yesterday's Sporting Events. At Philadelphia yesterday William T. Tilden. 2nd, tennis champion of this country and of England, defeated Wil liam M. Johnson of San Francisco, Na tional champion in PJl." and 11U9, iu four sets, 4-C, 7-T, 0-4, .3-0. Arion Guy. driven by Murphey, set a new world's record, for four-year-olds at Syracuse yesterday, when he trotted the mile in 2:01, the previous record be ing made by Peter Volo in 15)13. Peter Manning yesterday at Syracuse tied the world's trotting record of 1 :8, in an exhibition mile race against a running horse. Handy Grocery Store 55 South Main Street Now pen for business. Free. "delivery to any part of the town. JACOB JOHNSON, Prop. Tel. 51 1J BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL John E. Smith and George E. Sherman spent yesterday at the Greenfield fair. Rev. D. E. Trout of Springfield, Mass., formerly of this town, was here over last night on business. Mrs. Kennedy of Springfield, Mass., who had been a guest at the Clark farm, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Simonds are spend ing a week in Haverhill, Mass., with Mr. and Mrs. W. II- Simonds. Mrs. Delia-Ryan of Athol, Mass., who had been visitinjf at E. E. Perry's on North street, has returned to her home. Mrs. Lester G. French left yesterday for her home in White Plains, N. Y., after a stay at the French summer home on Ames hill. Thomas A. Austin returned yesterday from St. Louis, where he has been 10 days attending the national convention of letters carriers, representing the letter carriers of Vermont. Mrs. Ethel Howard . of Springfield, .Mass., and Mrs. Irene Kilbreth of Maiden. Mass., who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Berry, are attending the Greenfield fair today. - . - - " J. E. Carrigan, assistant county age'nt leader, is here today to confer with County Agent R. Wilton Harvey. J. A. Hitch cock, specialist . in dairying, is expected here to meet Mr. Harvey tomorrow and Saturday. - DUMMERSTOX. The funeral of Mrs. John M. Knight, who died Wednesday in the home of her 'daughter, Mrs. C. M. LeFever of Philadelphia, will be held in the Knight home here at 2.30 o'clock Saturday aft ernoon. The family will arrive with the bod3- Friday night. BIRTHS. In Brattleboro, Sept. 9. a son, Stan lev Warren,, to George II. and Edith (Brough) Lane. DEATHS. In Vernon, Septt .14, Lewis Lee Wca therhead. 71. In Snringfield (Vt.), Sept. 12, Oscar F. Randall, GO. . u . .. . . In West Dover, Sept. 11, George Har ris. " . '. " ' v. : Vallace Reid. in 0 Paramount Pcuire-'Too Muh Speedl! A story of love and racing cars, and a daredevil driver who proved a fast worker in both. - Filled with the thrill-and-laugh-stuff that makes a moving picture move. -ALSO- "AVENGING ARROW," Chapter 8. " Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 17c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 10c, Adults, 25c TOMORROW J GEORGE WALSH -, -IN- "Number 17" A drama of love and mystery in a big city. From the famous novel by Louis Tracy. INTERNATIONAL NEWS AND "Fares and Fair Ones" A Two-Part Comedy Poultry Lower This Week AND 1 Beef Is Cheap Chickens 45c Fowls 45 BEEF Round Steak : 30 Sirloin Steak 40 Porterhouse Steak ... 40 Chuck Roast Beef 15 Hamburg Steak 20c Corned Beef 10 lb., 15 lbs. $1 LAMB - Legs Lamb 35 Forequarters 25 Stew Pieces 12d Lamb Chops m ... 35 to 50 Sausage 25 Smoked Shoulders 18 W. F. RICHARDSON CO. V