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HIE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER,' . WEDNESDAY, NOVE3IBER 16,' 1921.
porting news Spirting Notes. The season of amateur boxing tour naments has opened in New York and the simon pure shows rue going big. There is no denying the fart that Cor nell has about tin; sweetest scoring ma chine seen on t lie gridiron in many a day. It is said that if I'enny KauSF. formerly of the Giants, is reinstated he will become a member of the Cincinnati Ileds. Jockey Karl Sande. the brilliant west ern rider, is duplicating his spring suc cess on the Maryland tracks at the meet ings there this fall. Tex -"Ilicknrd say he will give. Cham pion Benny .Leonard .SbUKM) to box either Tend'er. Kansas. r Friedman at Madi son Square Garden. Learli Cross and Slinnms O'l.rien have been matched for a battle to take place before one of the New York flubs the lat ter part of November. Weld from St. Iouis has it that Third r.aseman Milton Stock of the Cardinals is to be placed on the auction black by Manager 1 '.ranch Kickey. A crowd of 2.000 with a 20-piece brass band met Dave liuuroft, captain of the world's champion Giants, on his arrival homo at Suierior,. Wis. . Admirers of the YaJe even figure that the L'lis will trim Harvard and wipe out the 0 to O defeat suffered at the bands of the Crimson warriors last year. No fewer than half a dozen of the ma- What Better Investment Can You Make than to Add a book to your HOME LIBRARY this week? Choose one from the carefully selected stock at ELBERT SIMONS - The Shop Unique Thanksgiving Dinner 1 P. M." till 8 -P. M. Reservations Advised BERNARDSTON INN Tel. 21. Supper and Bazaar November 17 AT ODD Fi:iJ.OVS TKMI'LK gieii by the. ladies of l!ie Swedish Lutheran Church KoiiM. jiiv. Roast I'oik M;is?ied Potatoes Creamed Teas a ml Carrots Cranberry .Jelly Sweet Pickles Swedish Cookies Cake ' Coffee Pie Price 75 cents ." to 8 i. in. 4 (Ml : l -1 I I :; kt J The End of a Perfect Day 1 BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL ff V (CopyrMMI 1 ' : : I V. I - I 1 I - V Itell it to m) MORN IN 6 jor league baseball clubs have been re ported recently as looking around for new training camps for. r.ext spring. Walter Cos. the Grand Circuit reins man, is expected to return to his old training grounds in New Hampshire, now that the Laurel hill horses are. to be sold at auction. , From the way Notre Dame, has plowed through their opponents this season it's a sate bet that the Houth I'.end gridders could hold their own with any tootbaw out fit on the map. It is the opinion of many boxing fans that Johnnv Wilson will have to start a campaign and show the followers of- , . . ..... .1... i... : . v... use spoil uim uc is ur is jiui iuc uiuiu.v weight champion. England was unable to cop a champion ship of any sort in America this year, but the all-English women's hockey team has eertainlv trimmed America's fair,' hoekeyists to a turn. j A report is current that Larry Iank-, art will be head coach at Dartmouth j next year, but the athletic council denies i the report and intimates that Coach Can-! nell will be retained for another year. I The soreness f:-U by many Uoston baseball fans over the loss of so manyj stars from the Hub teams hasn't been j healed anv by the brilliant , showing i made by said stars in the recent world's i-eries. Justin Moran. who received an injury to one foovhile playing hajfbackon the Colgate 'team early in tito 'season, prob ably will not play nga'n this year as the injury iHd not heal as fast as was ex pected. All the dope points to a Vale victory over Harvard Saturday; but when it comes to doping out the "big three" re sults, there is a great deal to take into consideration. Princeton beat Harvard and Yale beat Princeton, but the Tigers did not exhibit the same fighting strength J against the Ilulldog that they showed while defeating Harvard. The Crimson has always had wonderful come-baei teams and the Yale team may hit a big bump instead of a smooth road to vic tory .-n Saturday. WIIJJAMSVILLE TOWN OF STRATTON NO PUBLIC SCHOOL Only Organized. Town In State Without School Vermont Teachers Getting Better ray. MOXTPELIEH, Nov. 10. Rural teachers in the grades are receiving sal aries ranging from SIX to $24 per week with a fair average of $22 states Commis sioner of Education C. II. Dempsey. The state is well supplied at present with good teachers, per cent of whom are certified. In the cities and towns the salaries of the teachers ar still better and they range from $20 to $o) per week. The pay r.f. teachers lias been increased by abo;it .10 ht cent during the last five years and that is accountable for the fact that there is now a good force of capable people following the profession in this statt. Stratton is about the only organized town in the state which has no schools and the children of that town, which only lias J0 inhabitants. ar boarded in neigh boring towns and given an education. Even Somerset with its ."! inhabitants has a school where the seven children of th township attend. There are several plates where there are no schools but the towns are nt organized. There are also some gores where there are no schools. One., thing is noticeable this year and that is the increasing attendance in the junior nnil senior high schools over the state. This has been most marked in the larger places, but in some o.f the smaller localities there has been a great improve ment. In Lunenburg where a junior high school was established this year there is an attenilanve of 22. RAILROADS SEND WAGE CUT NOTICE Ask Conference With Employes on Mat ter. Want to Itevise the v Working linles. NEW YORK, Nov. 10 Managers of r,2 railroads covering the territory east of the Mississippi river and north of the Ohio river yesterday began mailing notices to the various classes of railroad em ployes, calling for conferences to consider readjustments in wages. In addition to Uie wage notice a sepa rate notice will advise the train service men that the managers desire to revise their working rules and agreements, par ticularly those dealing directly or indi rectly with compensation. Brotherhoods Have Plan. CHICAGO, Nov. 10. Approximately 7. railroads, comprising nearly all the larcer linen of the West, are sending out calls this week for wage conferences with their employes looking to reductions of pay. It was announced last night that a con certed plan of action had been agreed muni liv flu hrnt lierhooiT of locomotive en- firemen and engineuven at a meeting of general chairmen fnd:ffieials. Wfll'LD M LLIFV RECALL'. . Mrs. Mollie Huntington, who has been ill several "weeks, i3 out again. Mrs. Harry W. Shaw has been called to Iloosick Falls, N. Y., by the death of her sister. i Charles G. Staples went this morning to Warren and Waitsfield on official busi ness for the Odd Fellows. Miss Annie Kirwan of Winthrop, Mass., formerly of I5rattleloro. came yesterday to visit Miss Stella M. Fessenden. ' Mrs. C. J. Paro, who went Friday to Boston to visit a few days with her son, is expected to return home today. Ferando Wood of Brookline, Mass., In registered at the Brooks House this week and is visiting relatives in town. Dr. G. It. Anderson returned yesterday from Rochester, Minn., where he bad been attending the Mayo Brothers' clinic. Joseph Manning, traveling salesman for a firm in Washington, D. C, spent the week-end here with Mrs. Manning at R. W. Smith's. j Vere Shipman, who had been employed' as chauffeur for John P. Riley of .Bel lows Falls, has finished work there and is staying in town. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Thompson will go Friday to Boston. They will attend the Harvard-Yale football game at Cambridge Saturday. ' Arthur J. W. Hyde, who had been spending a few days in town and in Wardsboro deer bunting, left this morn ing for his home in Glen Cove, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. George Houghton of Brook street have hired the apartment in Crosby block recently vacated by Lester Barber. They will move therethis month. William A. Heaphy. who was called here by the death of his brother, Thomas J. Heaphy of Montpelier, returned this morning to his home in Bristol Va.-Tenn. Mrs. Paul B. Covey and son, Wilton Warner, of Manchester, N. II., accom panied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hopkins, here from Manchester Monday for a visit. . Miss Elizabeth Shaffner, who recently finished a course in domestic science in Boston, went today to Hartford, Conn., ta take a iwsition as bouse manager of the Business and Professional Women's clubs in that city. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. II. I ley wood and family are moving today from .IT High street, to Mrs. J. B. Mauley's house on High street, which she recently bought of the C. R. Crosby estate. Mr. and Mrs. San ford A. Smith will have rooms there. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Beecher. who had been visiting h're a month with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Mead of Chapin street, have returned to their home in Torrington. Conn. Mr. Mead, who ac companied them there while on his way to New York on business, returned last night. Six new pupils have come to the Aus tin Institution. Arline Adams and Haze! Adams are from Bellows Falls. Ixvrayne Steadman is from Graniteville. Daniel Blanc-hard's home is at Groveton. N. II. lie is the smallest pupil. Annie DiSa'vJo oin.es from Keene. N. H. Aurore Cou- ! lonibe is from Berlin, N. II. Anrore is ." years of age and bad never been to, i school until she came here. 1 MILK Bottled Guernsey Milk Fresh From Our Farm Every Morning 8c Per Quart ABBOTT'S Live Lo 50c faster s lb S. LEVESQUE & SON OPPOSITE BROOKS HOUSE Delivery , Tel. 927 GOVERNOR GETS MEDAL. Ieath of C. II. Styles. ( liarlis II. Styles, 40, died in his home at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning of bron chial pneumonia. He hud henn ill two weeks but had been confined to his bed only nine day. Mr. St vies was born in Stratton, May 22. 1S7J. the youngest of 11 children of Harvey and Caroline (Bab cock) Styles. Gn Oct. 20, l'J, he mar ried Miss Annie Stillson of Weston, who with two daughters and two bons survives. Mr. Styles came to Willianisville to live aboiit 10 years ago and has been employed as fireman in tha mills in' town. Hesidcs his wife and children he leaves! three sisters. Mrs. Carrie Moore of Wardsboro. Mrs. Addie Smith of Marl boro. N. TI., and Mrs. Marv Harrington of liraltleboro. The funeral will be held Thursday, afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home. The burial will take place in the village cemetery. Ijongsfreth Medal Awarded Him For In vention of Screw Thread Comparator. MONTPELIER, Nov. 10 Governor James Hartness has received another recognition of bis inventive talent. The award which was presented at the Mark ham club in Philadelphia last night, was the Longstrength medal issued by the Franklin Institute, a national scientific organization. The award was made in recognition of Gov. Hartness' invention of the screw t hreurf" comparator. Thf invitation to the governor was received from Dr. Walton Clark. Governor Hartness will return to Ver mont Thursday. NEXT BI TTER SCORING NOV. 29. Make the festivities a sure-fire success with just the right touch of floral decorations. Let us help you jnake the evening a big one. Mrs. C. K. Stedman returned Monday from a week's visit in Springfield. Miss Mildred Novaek of Brattleboro was a week-end guest of Miss Dorothy Willard. ' i Mrs. .. M. Randall, who cared for C H. Styles several days, has returned to her home. J Mrs. Hattie Harrington came Tuesday from Brattleboro and is with Mrs. C. H. Styles. . j Miss Minnie Hill." who came Friday to isit Iter sister. Mrs. C. R. Thomas, re turned to Mt. Holly Monday. i Miss Alice Styles came from Brattle-1 boro Fridav to see her father, who was ill. She returned to her school Monday. The subject of the Christian Endeavor! meeting next Sunday evening will be,' The Goodness of God, Miss Dorothy Willard leader. Mr. and Mrs. R. I., Pike are moving from Sooh Newfane into one of A. M. Merriiield ?s bouses. Mr. Pike will work on the Merriheld farm. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Charlton of Gardner nnd Mr. and Mrs. Te Pike of Brattle boro visited over Sundav with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. R, Temple. As the deer season ioe on three deer l ave been reported, lloward Tin-son got a b)-iK)iut buck in Oregon weighing 200 nounds. John Shaut? shot a 10-point, buck. Weighing about 20 pounds, in Ore-; ton, and Monday morning Claude Moore captured a 2.ro pound buck with 10-po::itsi on i;ounu nia. Will Be Held in Morrill Hall at Burling ton Creamerymen Meet. BURLINGTON, Nov. 10. The eighth monthly educational butter scoring for this year will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 2'.). at the dairy department in Morrill hall. Burlington. This is the lirst day of the ereamcrymen's conference and there will be a special program in the afternoon as well as a butter judging contest, the winner of which will receive a gold medal. The official scoring will take place in the morning and samples should be' sent by prepaid parcel post or express so as to ar rive in Burlington on Saturday or Mon day at the latest. Address all entries to Prof. II. B. EUeuberger, Morrill hall, Burlington. Vt. Nfirth Dakota Non-Part isans Said to Ie Seeking Injunction. j FARGO, N. D., Nov. 1G The Fargo Courier-News, official publication of the Non-Partisan Iague in North Dakota, declared yesterday that an injunction' would lie asked in - the state supreme court to restrain the state canvassing Ixiard from certifying the result of the. Oetolor 2H recall election. This injunction, the newsnatHT said,' would be sought by a group of taxpayers affiliated with the league on the ground that the petitions for the recall election did r.ot contain the names of the re quired nnmlor of legal electors, ''and that therefore the election was itself illegal." It is contended bv league attorneys that only persons who voted in the 1920 gubernatorial contest were qualified to sign the recall petitions. ' SUBSCRIBE FOR TIIK REFORMEE EMPLOYMENT FOR l.'O.OOO. j States to Build C,2l .Miles of Highways' at a Cot of $7MM),000. I WASHINGTON. Nov. Construe-J tiou of morethnu il nrilwof highways at a cost of ?7i. lOO.lMMt and the employ-1 juent of more than 1."0.0M) workers is about to be undertaken by '.V states as a- result of the recent passage of the leueral highway act. Secretary Hoover announced last night. The fads were obtained, be said, by letters sent to the governors of states fu tile national conference on unemployment. Wide-open eyes are said to be indica tive of rashness. . TOMORROW AT THE Princess Theatre THOMAS MEIGHAN IN Cappy Ricks Cast Includes Agnes Ayres From the Novel by Peter B. Kyne and the Play by Edward E. Rose Read The Reformer Advertisements Today I DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY I NOTICE To Bradley Farm Milk Customers The entire herd lias been tested by Dr. Rathbone and is free from tuberculosis. Yo Need M One Ton G. M. G. - We have just taken in trade for a Garford . Truck a brand new one-ton. G. M. C. chassis that was just de livered, and has never been run. This is the latest model with removable sleeves in the motor, full electric equipment and pneumatic tires, and we are offering it at a real price, for a quick sale 1,500.00 Delivered FAIRFIELD'S GARAGE Garford Truck Dealers Keene, N. II. EARTH SHOCK RECORDED. Hopkins The Florist Washington Instrument Stirred for More Than an Hour. WASHINGTON. Nov. 1(5. A pro nounced earthquake shock was registered on the seismogr;iihnat Georgetown uni versity vesterd.iy, tl"e estimated distance of the disturbance being l.(KK miles from Washington and probably to the south. The tremors began at M.."l p. in., attained their maximum intensity at l.tU and ended at o.Uo o'clock. , T We Want Your Business We believe in the quality of the goods we sell and we aim to give service that will please you. OUR RETAIL STORE is located in the rear of the Crosby Block. The telephone number is 135. . . DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF VILLAGE CROSBY GRAIN STORE Godfrey Crosby, Prop. ers Don't have wet feet because it means expensive sickness. Don 't ruin your good leather shoes by letting them get soaked because it destroys the life of the leather. BUY MORE DATS WEAR . RUBBERS With the "Red-Ball" Trade-Mark On the Sole Made in all styles to fit-all kinds of shoes for men, women and children. The Family Shoe Store