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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER.' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921.
Sporting News POOL TOURNAMENT BY ODD FELLOWS .Play to Start Next Monday, with Three . Games Each Weeknight Captains to lie Named Soon. Tlie annual Odd Fellows' pool" tourna ment start! Monday with three games scheduled for each weeknight.' All those who signed up ior the tournament hav been assigned, and the captains of th rival teams will be appointed soon. The following schedule has been ar ranged for the rirst week of the tourim ment: Monday L. Phuorick vs. Harold Smith, E. Harris vs. V. Miller, II. Web ster vs. G. lligelow; Tuesday II. A Wood vs. Harold Chandler, E. Woodard vs. Earl Chandler, (). Stowell vs. A. Rob erts; Wednesday Walter Fairbanks va Henry Chandler, F. Strecter vs. C. I?;tr rie, 0. Holbrook vs. IT. Page; Thursday I j. Tasker vs. Pike, C. Staples vs. fr. Reed. (J. Wcllman vs. G. Martell; Friday R. Burnham vs. II. Stowell, C. Cleveland vs. Harvey Sanders, F. Cain Morse of the losers tied for the high direction of Mrs. J. I,. Stockwell, Mrs. s. C. Voetseh; Saturday .1. Atkinson single string, 100. The pinfall total lor (i. 1$. Hunter, Mrs. L. W. Jackman, Mrs. vs. W. llarinum, F. Thomas vs. Albert, (he tournament now stands l.',4t51 for C. W. Bishop and Miss Bailey, and was Thomas, II. Williams .1. Watson ritOS GAIN 37 POINTS. Pros Team 4 Defeats Antis Team 2 by Score of 14160 to 1,223. The Pros gained 37 points on"ihe An tis last night in the Masonic bowling tournament, when team 4 of the Itos defeated Team 2 of the Antis by a score of 1.20 to 1,22.1. Cruge.r tf the winners turned in the -hlgTiest three-string total. 23, while IitcJi of the winners and a.tuirclsiy e CISLilS 5 Shirting Madras (36 inch) Turkish Towels 15c All Linen Crash S5e Army Blankets $3.25 Pequot Sheets, 63x90 $1.45 Percales, 36-inch 19 Children's Handkerchiefs Comfortables '. $1.98 Lockwood Cotton, 40-inch 19? a i - - a a a a a a a a a a 03 a a 3 a a a i B a H a a a a a m U a a a a a 3 a h a a a a a a a a a Bungalow Rugs 24x48 $1.50 Fibre Silk Hose Black 59c Outing Flannel 27-inch 9c F. W. KUECH & CO. A Merry Christmas "The Night Before Christmas" And All the Nights After will be ones of comfort restful sleep to the tunates who receive the ideal gift for- The practical present. i Buy goods- MADE IN. raw ENGLAND yiwK .vjvir , ' t I V;- rTTXi V- I t 1 fmmalxjm I riT I "Act IN M A Handsome Steel Bed Finished in Walnut, Mahogany, Oak, Birds eye Maple or Ivory. One of these new Steel Beds with the wood like finish to match the cabinet work of the room is,. a Christmas gift that is practical and will be a thing of artistic pleasure for years to come. Add to that a "Diamond Brand" Wonder felt Mattress, guaranteed for 25 years, on a Way-Sagless Spring, guaranteed for the same length of time, and a pair of downy Pillows and you will make bed-time something to look for ward to. A Diamond Safety Crib contributes to baby's happiness and health. ' Yours for a Perfect Night's Rest, . ..... -:. MLIT Is II la 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 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 the Pros and 13,309 for the Antis. The greatly appreciated by the workers. scores: C'ruger, Streeter, Sparks KIliH, Fitch, Totals, Wejlnian Tenney, . .Morse, Wilson Thompson Totals, Pros Team 4 96 94 74 75 89 78 76 78 100 77 85-82- 275 2311 75 242. 90 244" 9i 203 ; BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Antis Team 2 iS vt 87 72' 76 100 82 83 86 88 Miss Lillian Clark of Northfielu. Mass.. Is a visitor in town today. 435 402 423 jir. and Mrs. C. II. Dickinson of Wil- 82 247 84 258 404 410 4091,223 WEST BRATTLEBORO , I liamsville were visitors in town yesterday. 80 220 Leslie Dines spent yesterday inprmg 1 78 ; 237 field, Mass., with friends, returning ' last 85 261 night. J. Warren Miller of Springfield (Vt.) was a visitor in town yesterday with relatives. Mrs. Jessie B. Fay of New .York is upending several weeks here at , the Brooks House. , - Mrs. David S. Carey will work in Houghton & Simonds's store during the Christmas season. of the IIolstein-Friesian association. Miss letcher also recently begun work association. Christ mas Fair Well Patronized. The Christmas sale and fair given by(I5eulah Fh tlie Woman's association of the Con-' for the as gregational church yesterday afternoon! Kester Shaw, who is ill. with scarlet ana evening in Academy hall was well fever, is around the house again but is patronized. The fair opened at 2.30 in utill in quarantine. the afternoon and was followed by a M ' narrv n Randall is Austin in srs'wii aws .ttiJBES gSsfirvra: in charge, agisted by Mrs. L. ii. Tay- uw"ua' c c lor. nresi4lent f tho rifietv Th ,ll George Whitney-of Springfield (t.) presented a decidedly attractive appear- working in Houghton & Simonds's store ance, the decorations consisting of the until aJter Christmas. , national colors, Japanese lanterns and Bert Blood is expected today from .Japanese fans arranged on the walls Utica. X. Y.. to he a miest rf Mr CI V back of the various booths, which were Burnett of Canal etreet. also prettily trimmed. Coffee, cake and Mrs. George W. Burnett heen enn- nLu7A eve'nin" " dUrins the alter-.fil to her home on Canal street several noon ai d evening. days with a severe cold. Mrs. C K. Irentiss, Mrs. J. h. Mc- , our i ir W alt..!- i? UortUft o.,.i m "'irs. v mrence zaroer nas resumed ner llenrv HaUadav were in chanre of the work .in tlle ofiices of the IIolstein-Friesian ! fancy work booth, which represented the asscatKii, after several days' illness. ' , I'nitcd States; the apron booth, which Mrs. W. E. Jackson, who visited here. represented Holland, was in charge of two weeks with her daughter, iirs. Jo- i .Mrs. W. II. Tyler. Mrs. S. B. Worden and- eph F. Taylor of Birge street, has re- i Mrs. William Ames; the flower booth, turned to her home in Springfield. Mass. t representing China, was presided over Mrs. C. C. Fitts and Mrs. Fremont ! by Miss Knima Mixer, Mrs. James U.b- Hamilton were in Bellows Falls vester- 1 son and Miss Ilattie King; tgypt was day to attend a meeting of officers and di- t represented at the candy booth and was rectors of the Vermont Children's Aid so- in charge of Mrs. Ulard Richardson, cjetr i! rub: the food table represented .lannn M- V" farVn call?d Wednesday ana was presiuei over ov lrs. V. 11 Today a- Alexander, Irs. E. A. Knight, Mrs. F. u. .Martin ana Mrs. u. . Jackman; a parcel post grab was conducted by Mer mi v iiamocnain ureoseu as Lncle Nam .Mrs. ( Iavton Renfrew and Mrs. Hu Stowell were dressed in Japanese cos tunics and served cake and coffee. The following musical urogram wa rendered in the evening: Vocal solo. Mrs . r leiimun; piano solo, .Miss Alar garet lute; violin solo, Miss Anna (isson, accompanied by Miss Helen woodworth: solo, .Miss hdith Hammer hind: stdo. Delniar Hawkins the Community Christmas carols by tlie entire audience. Mrs. Helen Brasor was tlie a(x-ompanist fir the evening. Fol lowing the . musical, John C. Pcllctt spoKe on r.speranto. .miss .Mary uartlett. a student at Xorthficld seminarv. was a guest this wcck or .Mr. and Mrs. vv. Renfrew. Mrs. n. XV. Carpenter of Greenfield Mass., spent yesterday here with her parents. .Mr. and .Mrs. II. I Nichols. -Mrs. I red Ramsav. who ka 5n me .Meirose liosjntal several weeks eon ... - .UL.V'll. . uresscu and about the hospital. Mrs. (,eorgefC.f Harris, who has been ui iwu weess. is able to sit iir a iknn i f Hie. ner daughter, .Miss (Jladys Har ris, is caring. for her mother." Miss Har ris. wiio is studvinir nifrin.r ,o,l . . . . , . . ...... ii.tii wzxrti caring ror .Mrs. .Mcliols on Elliot street. About 50 men and boys were out Wednesday evening to shovel a r.lae fnr a community skating rink on the acad emy grounds and a larire snaee leared. It will be (WImI ixith ,.o- soon It promises to make an ideal place lor this favorite out-of-door sport. Hot uiite anu cocoa were served under the evening to her home in Springfield. Mass., on account of the illness of her son. She had been upending two weeks here with her sister, Mrs. O. E. Moore. ( Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Longueil of Clark street, is ill and under the care of a physician. Kenneth Lon gueil, who had been confined to his home a week, has returned to school. , Miss Emma Putnam has returned from Northfield (Vt.), where she spent several weeks with Prof, and Mrs. Arthur W. Peach, and s rooming at E. !$. Crosby's. Miss Putnam plans to go later to Chicago to remain during the winter. j Mrs. B. C. Halladay and two daughters, Beatrice' and Statie. of 44 Estey street, left this morning for their new home in White River Junction. Mr. Halladav, who is agent for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., has been there two Mrs. Frank Allen of Waterbury, Conn.,' is here to visit until after Christmas with her father, George P. Kimball of Guilford. Mrs. Charles E. Chase, who had been spending two months with Mrs. J. Harry Estey, left this morning for her home in Louisville, Ky. . i Leonard Muir left last nieht for his home in Providence. R. I. He will go nextwek to New York and will anil from-there in company with his father for an extended visit at his former home in Scotland. He also will visit in Eng land, France and other places. , HALIFAX M k.1 H B-4 t. 'rlutLs JL JLV X X N Vi JLLOO THEATRE FLORENCE REED WITH GARETH HUGHES and LIONEL ATWELL IN The Three-Star Special $250,000 Production "Indiscretion" It has everything you desire in a high-class photoplay. It is vivacious and charming; exuberant and delightful. It abounds In human interest, romance, beautiful settings, rich in color, daring in execution. "The Love Egg" INTERNATIONAL NEWS X Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults X7c . Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 25c TOMORROW SATURDAY EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA $ tLUiainP'j -Tom Mix in his new w ' humdinger that hits the high spots. AIRPLANES AUTOMOBILES BRONCHOS COWBOYS THRILLS PEP ACTION ' and Speed The West Halifax school will remain closed until Dec. 21. I). V. Graton. who snent Thankseivinsr ' I n Howe. Mass., and has since been visit- I ng in Worcester, returned home Mrm- : day night. 1 . CIJO "Vanishing Trails "WhoVWho" A Sunshine Comedy Tom has more good stuff in this picture than any thing he has yet made and he gets away with it in true "Mixian" fashion. If you like a Western here e. 4 4 The Home of the Christmas Club Twenty Dollars in Gold Will Be Paid December 15, 1922, by THE BRATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY (THE HOME OF THE CHRISTMAS CLUB) to the two members of the 1922 Christmas, Club who submit the nearest estimates ' ' FIRST: $10.00 Total Number of Accounts Opened in 1922 Club. T "I SECOND: $10.00 Total Amount Deposited in 1922 Club This contest is open to any member of our Christmas Club who completes his payments during the 50-weekpenod of the Club, but no estimate will be considered if made by a director, officer or employe of this bank, or by anyone after January 151922. ' k . For further information inquire at the CHRISTMAS CLUB window. Join Now the 1922 Christmas Club iTiventy Dollars in Gold THE BRATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY (THE HOME OF THE CHRISTMAS CLUB) '""i&T&ZT?' ' (To be filled in and signed) ' -iT- , ' - .- . The Brattleboro Trust (Company TWENTY DOLLARS INFOLD - 1: .-Atl- CONDITIONS ' i 1 ' ;- .f . 'All contestants must be members of our 1922 Christmas Club and must make their weekly payments ' each week for fifty weeks they are due, or in advance, and this blank properly filled out must be de- x hvered or mailed to us prior to January 15, 1922. - . ...... X My estimate of Total Accounts; in your 1922 Club is ' My estimate of Total Deposits In your 1922 Ciub is : , . . A a me J , Address ll ft 3 BRAJTLEBORO jyS OTT Whereyoubotthebedfor98c , Christinas Club Account No. a hi ni n m