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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORINiER: THURSDAY; OCTOBER GriD2T
3 FOOTBAU DATE changed. Brattleboroto Play "Bellows Falls Oct. 13 Instead of Oct. 13. . , The high school football team's date ijfor the Bellows Falls same has been changed from Saturday, Oct. 13. to Thurs day, Oct. 13. This change was made necessary by the fact that the Bellows Falls manager," after scheduling a game ' with the locals.for that date, suddenly dis covered that a date- with Kef ne, N. II., previously was made for that date. The sale of season tickets .'has been, -progressing well, but has not quite reached the expectations of Manager Harlow. About 2X have been sold, and it is hoped to bring the total up to 4M) before the next home game. The backing this season's team has re ceived so far this season has been very encouraging as there were approximately 473 spectators at the first game of the season with Springfield. If the locals con tinue to show the same Knap and fight that they did in that first game there probably will be a.much- larger attendance at tho next home game. . Women who wear skirts' loo' short' 'in Berlin are .subject to being fined; TODAY p RINCESSfJgfl W v n m THEATRE 1 , v THOMAS H. INCE PRESENTS DOUGLAS MACLEAN -' ' ! IN -' "Passing Thru" A bank-and-love-and-burglar story capitalized on fun. For in spite of the fact that innocent Billy "passes I thru" toward jail just watch him settle accounts when a train wreck sets him free. ' ; i j A small-town romance filled with thrills and paying one hundred laughs on the dollar. ALSO "No Stop Overs" and "Avenging Arrow" A Comedy Chapter 11 Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 17c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 25c TOMORROW Monroe Salisbury and Jane Novak -IN- 44 The Barbarian" Played by a galaxy df well known artists. One of the most notable films of the year. iporting News AMERICANS LAND . OPENING GAME Shut Out Giantsi 3 to O. in First Clash in World Series Douglas Strikes ; v ; Out Ruth Twice; v., NEW yqilK; Oct. 6. All. GiafltNvith tb glowing exception of .the Uasbing'na brilliant ; Fratk Frisch,' - were w fom pletelv baffled bv the underhanded. Pitch ing of Carl Mavs that it was' not an es pecially difficult feat for the Yankees to win the first game of the series for the Polo grounds yesterday afternoon. The score was 3 to 0. a convincing victory for the American league pennant winners, who outplayed their National league rivals in every department of the game. : Mays, ranking pitcher of the New York Americans, had surprising and repeated success in his skirmishes with his fellow townsmen of the National league. lie al lowed but five hits, four of which were made by the phenomenal Frisch, and all five of which came with never a man on base. It was a Mays conquest, with most honorable mention for tiie lone batsman who could flay bis elusive servings. "Babe" Ruth, by acclamation the most dangerous batsman in the great conflict for intercity and national baseball esteem, drove in Miller with the first run of the game with a stinging, low, arching single in the opening inning. As later events showed, that was enough to settle the honors of the day, and later events also demonstrated that, in Phil Douglas, the (Jiant pitcher of the combat, Ruth had met a foe extremely hard for him to outdo. Kuth struck outs twice, on each tceasion the tall and strapping beaver of the sphere getting the better of the count three balls and two strikes. The box score : AMERICANS. Miller, cf, Peckinpaugh, ss, Ruth, If. It. Meusel, rf, Pipp. lb. Ward, lib, McXally, 3b, Schang. c, Mays, p, ab 4 3 3 4 3 4 r 1 1 U O 0 (1 1 o 0 h 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 po 0 1 4 1 17 3 0 1 O a 0 9 O 0 0 r 0 1 3 Totals, US 7 IS 0 NATIONALS. t ' - . . - ' P.urns, cf, P.ancroft. ss, Frisch, 3b, Young, rf, Kellv. lb. E. Meusel. If, Itawlings, lib, Snyder, c, Douglas, p, Smith.! Barnes, p, ah 4 4 4 1 0 r 0 h O 0 4 O (I O 1 o 0 0 0 po o 1 1 0 14 I) . 7 0 O 0 a 0 4 0 1 1 1 3 (l 0 Totals. 30 0 5 2(5 IS Innings. 1 'J 3 4 5 C 7 S 0 Americans, 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 ) 3 Nationals, I) 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 Two-base hit. McXally. Three-base hit, Frisch. Stolen bases. Frisch. McNally 1!. Sacrifices. Peckinpaugh. Pipp, Young. Schang. Double plays, Frisch. Itawlings and Kelly; Peckinpaugh, Ward and Pipp. Left on bases, Americans 5, Nationals 5. Base on balls, off Douglas 4. Hits, off Douglas 5 in S innings, off Barnes 2 in 1 inning. Hit by pitcher, by Mays, Itawl-j ings. Struck out, by Mays 1, by Douglas H, by Barnes 1. Passed ball, Snydenj Umpires At plate, Itigler ; first base, Moriarty ; second, base, Quigley ; tmru base. Chill. Time of game, lh. 3Sm. , Schang, out, hit by battejljjall. f Bat rt'cTfortDooglas in BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL George Birch of High.; street left, today for. Michigan to visit relatives. Miss Adeline Shattnck, who had been visiting relatives in Townshend, returned home yesterday. "Adln Houghton of Springfield (Vt.) is in town today on business at Houghton & Simonds'a store. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Whitney went this morning to Springfield, Mass., to remain until Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Crosby of Boston came Tuesday night to visit at Edward C. Crosby's on High street. Philip French Roy of Bethlehem, Pa., is a guest in the Lome of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Benson. Clifford Ratte of Hartford. Conn., who had been ill several days at his home on Beech street, ,Ls out again. Mrs. Hugh II. Dunklee of Putney is visiting here today with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. Iicitzinger. Mrs. Cora Churchill returned yester day from a visit with her son in South Iondonderry, where she had been sev eral days. Mrs. George E. Selleck and daughter. Miss Kate Selleck, returned today from Swampscott, Mass., where they visited 10 days with friends. Miss Fanny and Miss Lizzie Harring ton of Randolph Center are visiting friends here this week and attending the Christian Endeavor convention. Miss Amy Holland of. Fitchburg, Mass., was a visitor in town over last night, coming to attend the Memorial hospital benefit concert and dance. Louis Ratte, who has a position as traveling salesman for 'the .1. T. Wright company of Rockland, Mass., has been visiting at his home in town this week, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Newton of North field. Mass.. were guests of Dr. G. R. An derson last evening at the Memorial hos pital iMMietit concert and dance in festi val hall. Miss Marion Anker- of Burlington, a senior in the University of Vermont, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Vaughan, and tttending the Christian Endeavor convention. Miss Mary McAuliffe of North Walpole, N. II., visited friends here yesterday, coming to see her brother. John McAuliffe of Hinsdale, who is in the Melrose hos pital following an operation. Mrs. Joseph Manning is substituting in the primary grades in the Academy building in West IJrattleboro. ' Mrs. Manning and children are living here for the present in . the home of her brother. Royal Smith' of Crosby street. W'ARDSBORO. The-Wardsboro lodge of Odd Fellows will MM, a mnsjfjyiera.de,. ball Oct. 21. rhltlfp1 PeoCof Keene. N. H., was a guest of Mrs. Carrie Moore over the week-end. Ed Wilder of Dover was at N.W. Flimpton's and Mrs. Alice Wilder'a re cently. " " " '- ' 5 H. W. Eddy was called to New -York city Sunday night by the serious illness of his niece, Misa Nettie Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Davis, who have been visiting Mrs. Mary Wheeler the past few weeks, returned to New York this week. . Afru W W Kidder and Otis Hef flon motored to West, Springfield. Mass., Sat urday to . visit her son, Addison Kidder, over the week-end. Dr. and Mrs. O. V. Ilefflon, Mr. and Mrs. .M. II. Gleason, Mrs... W. w Kidder and iliss Edith Kidder, attend ed the Eastern Star meeting in Townsend Friday. - ' CHANDLER-BAKER. Bellows Falls Musicians Married Will Uve There. BELLOWS FATjLS. Oct. 0. Earle F. Chandler and Miss Florence C. Baker, both noted locally for: fheir vocal talent, were married last night by Rev. R. F. Johonnot. A reception followed. They will live here after a shorj wedding trip. Miss Baker Was" for some time a soloist with the Venetian trio of . Boston. Mr., Chandler has studied' ' music Jn Boston. Everybody, Enjoys a line cup of Tea. . IP YOU DRINK JAPANS TRY "SALADA" GREEN TEA Infinitely Superior to the best oi Japans. , is truly delicious at all times. 30 years. re putation for fine teacJ. Ways to Use Milk PLAIN RICE PUDDING i 7 " One quart Milk, 1-3 cup washed rice, 1-3 cup sugar, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon ground nutmeg, cinnamon or the grated rind of 1-4 of a lemon. Mix the ingredients and bake three hours or more in a very slow oven, stirring occasionally at first. In place of rice one may use corn meal, cracked wheat, oatmeal or barley. These cereal puddings are especially good for growing children. ! Our Milk and Cream is delivered early, and can be pur- chased from our carts and from the following stores. It cannot be purchased from any carts except our own. . MILK 10c PER QUART, IN BOTTLES ONXY CREAM (HEAVY 40 P.c.) lfc PER IIALF PINT BOTTLE StebblnV CSroVery. Main Street , 42 J. E. BnshneU's Grocery. Elliot Street " u! D. Frank Shea's Market. Elliot Street r " , L. Letendre, 312 South Main Street 't Johnson's Giwery 35 South Main Street. ' Coogan's Market, Elliot Street OR DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR BY OUR CARTS Tel. 1119 W. C. C. Milk Producers Inc. ABSOLUTE DISPERS AL AT AUCTION Dairy Cattle, Horses, Farm Machinery, Dairy Equipment, Wagons, Sleighs'and Miscellaneous Farm Tools Belonging to the Estate of the Late A. B. Clapp On the Farm, Three Miles From BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT Wednesday and Thursday ctober 19 and 20 Promptly at 10 O'clock Rain or Shine o 69 Head 69 Federal-Tested Holstein Cattle 25 Registered Holstein Cows in Milk' 30 Pnrehred Holstein Heifers of Good Individuality 4 Grade Holstein Cows V ... in Milk 2 Grade Guernsey Cows ; ' in Milk ' .. ALL PASSED FEDERAL TEST SEPTEMBER 1921 FARM MACHINERY Cutaway Harrows, Manure Spreaders, Threshing Ma chine, Abenaque Engine, Sulky Plows, Hay Tedders, Horse Rakes, Land Rollers, Corn Harvester, All Kinds Harrows. Side Delivery Hay Rake, Potato Diggers Ice Plow, Grain Grinder, Planers, Grind Stones, Gas Tank, Gang Plow, etc., etc. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Separator, Cover, Bottle Washer, Motor, Milk Bottles, Butter Worker, Cans, Pails, etc. Wagons, Sleighs, Harness Light and Heavy Express Sleighs, Traverse Sleds, Ex press Wagons, Single Sleighs, Buggies, Traverse Sleighs, Dump Carts, Light and Heavy "Milburn" Wagons, Light and Heavy. Farm Trucks, Three Sets Double Harness, etc. HORSES SOLD LAST DAY One Pair Blacks 6'and 7 years old, weigh 2,600. One Pair Red Roans 6 and 7 years old, weigh 2,600. SUGAR PLANT Ten Foot Evaporator, Gathering Tub, Pails, etc. Auctioneers D. A. Perry of B arre A. G. Gallup of Guilford BRATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY LIST OF DAIRY CATTLE Belonging to the Estate of the Late A. B. Clapp REGISTERED HOLSTEIN COWS IN MILK Cat. No. ; Animal . 101 Asculney Johanna (iruffanufT 102 Clothilde Gelsche Concordia 103 Cornucopia Daisy DeKol 3d lOi IJrook. Valley Annis Segis 105 DeKol Rontje Cornucopia ;, 106 Daisy Htngerveld DeShot ; 107 Daisy DeShot Hengenreld 108 Madam Teake Hengenreld 109 Countess Concordia Hengerveld ; 110 Countess Art is Hengerveld DeKol 111 Wilder Farm Walker DeKol 112 Hengerveld Daisy DeShot DeKol 113 Wilder Farm Gelsche DeKol lit Concordia DeKol Gelsche 115 Walker Sarcastic Concordia 116 Wilder Farm DeKol DaLsy 117 I rook Valley Princess Champion 118 Pietertje Tweed Hengerveld 119 Eunice DeKol Gelsche Reg. No. Born 411281 Nov. 20, 1917 685677 June SO, 1917 222137 Sept. 15, 1913 559301 Dec. 22,1918 685179 April 15, 1917 666052 Sept. 12, 1916 666051 Feb. 66054 Jan. 666049 Feb. 666050 Jan. ' 681945 Jan. 194128 Jan. 681944 June 685182 April 685177 Sept. 681943 Jan. 463155 Jan. 685178 3Iar. 666053 Mar. 120 Brook Valley Mabel Segis Cola nt ha 455842 Sept. 121 Brook Valley Alberta Colaotha 122 Sarcastic King Johanna 123 Cornucopia Hengerveld Winsome 121 Frincess Jennie 2d , ,. 125 Brook Valley Irene Colantha 126 Sarcastic Dummerston Johanna 14,1917 18, 1917 23, 1917 SO, 1917 28,1918 15, 1912 8, 1917 1, 1918 3,1917 30, 1917 2, 1918 19, 1917 17,' 1917 25, 1917 20, 1917 2, 1919 424270 Feb. 568182 Dec. 666047 Mar. 18, 1917 309250 Aug. 12, 1915 489398 Apr.;' 12, 1917 684346 Dec. ' 17. 1920 148 119 HOLSTEIN HEIFER CALVES : Sept. 10,,:-.' Sept. 10,' REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BLXLS 150 King Dummerston Ankor 229463 Mar. 12, 1916 151 Ensign Rag Apple Colantha 353036 Dec. 6, 1920 152 . Vale Veeman DeKol 326543 Jan. 15,1920 153 Duke Soldene Rag Apple 353037 April 15, 1921 151 Calf To be registered Dec. 2,1920 155 Calf To be registered Sept. 28, REGISTERED HOLSTEIN, HEIFERS Cat. No. 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 131 135 136 137 138 139 140 111 142 143 144 145 146 147 Animal Brook Valley Lucy Segis Champion Brook Valley Dorothy Segis Daisy Gelsche Walker Sarcastic Walker Johanna Cornucopia King Clothilde Ankor Champion Korndjke Rag Apple Eunice Ankor Gelsche Daisy Dummerston Cornucopia Cornucopia DaLsy Ankor Daisy Ankor Hengerveld , Cornucopia Dummerston Winsome Madam Teake Dummerston "-; ' Countess Dummerston Artis Segis Rag Apple Colantha ' Concordia Winsome Walker Cornucopia Dummerston Hengerveld Irene Rag Apple Korndjke Annis Rag Apple Segis Cornucopia King Clothilde Eunice Concordia Walker Quaker Girl Belle Reg. No. Born 555886 June 15,1919 555991 Jan. 12,1919 685183 Sept. 12, 1918 685185 April 15, 1919 67203O July 14, 1919 685186 Oct. 28,1920 685181 Jan. 13,1920 681352 April 7, 1921 684351 April 30, 1920 684350 Jan. 15, 1921 684347 Jan. 684354 Jan. 681349 Jan. 685187 Nov. 685181 April 10, 1919 684348 Feb. 1, 1921 685189 Feb. 685188 Oct. 672031 Aug. 685180 Mar. 603669 Mar. 18, 1921 16, 1921 19, 1921 8, 1920 20, 1921 27, 1920 18, 1919 5, 1918 If, 1919 ' " . PUREBRED HOLSTEIN HEIFERS 156 r i . -. . . . . . . . . Mar. 16, 1919 157 l......:....-;'.,. .......... Aug. ,ll 158 ...... w.CrtVi Mar. , 1920 159 .. 60 ............ 161 162 ... 163 ... 161 ... 4. . . -;May 5,1919 . . . . . . . . Nbv. 16 1918 . . . . . . . . . 1 r" Apr. ,1, 1918 . . . . . I . ..5. Majc.. 12, 1919 ........... July 11, 1918 June 15, 1919 HOLSTEIN GRADE COWS IN MILIC v v 165 Cow About l years 166 Cow ' About 8 years 167 Cow About 8 years 168 Cow About '4 years GUERNSEY GRADE COWS IN MILK 169 Cow About 9 years 170 Cow About 4 years 171 Cow About 6 years Brattleboro Trust Company, Executor EXECUTOR ..,:a- .-;-,i;-iA.-'.fc-i-.