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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13; 1921.
i Judging ihe- distance of stars from the earth almost at a glance is the rare ac complishment of one American woman astronomer. DANCE Hardy's Famous Orchestra Wednesday COMING Ferdinando 's Festival Hall, Dec. 19 Auspices Brattleboro Busi ness and Professional Women's Club Sporting News WEEK'S MATCHES IN WHEEL CLUB POOL Marts t.day with V2 writoU. a J0 DRY AGENTS RAID trill I I ' ll w f-iil.- n in BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL n Iihii.I j,me ti-onhv ci'i) will be presented .to the liliiaid champion of the club at the( close of the tournament. The following NEW YORK CAFES ! schedule for this, week's matches with city to lie "Dry as Desert unnli iiinnV lisinlienM has heeil 11 istcil . : rn t Co-ool uee. jui oeisen o vs. i.j .-m-n.. 70 vs. Walker 70; Dec. Hice S5 vs. Voetsch 70. Seaverns 85 vs. Shorey 70; Arrests. NEW YORK, Dec. 13. Ninety Began Last Evening Billiard Tourna ment Starts Today with 12 Par ticipants Cup for Trophy. The week's schedule of matches in the Wheel club pool tournament, which started Yesterday, in as follows : Dec. l' j Brackett f. Falby, Thompson vs. ; Stockwell, lily vs. Roman. Allen vs. Fitts, ! Chandler vs. Purinton, Dines vs. llohlen; Dec. 14 ( owles vs. Jordan, lioyce vs .Dec. Hi Estey SO vs. Terry 80, Conies erai am ate prohibition agents, working ISO vs. Fletcher 80; Dec. 17 Voetsch 100 .together, conducted a wholesale raid in C. Voetsch 70, Messer 100 vs. Shorey SEVEN MATCHES FLAYED. New York's tenderloin district last night fri 1"! A Mclonili r.f SimiMi T.,.n,l..n. by New u4,rrv js spending the day here. Mrs. Charles E. Williams of Northfield, Mass., is among the out-of-town visitors here today. Miss Gene Plimpton of Wardsboro is visiting here a few days with her brother, Ward Plimpton. fed- arresting 18 persons and summoning 10 restaurant and hotel proprietors for vio lation of the prohibition laws. Anions the ulaces visited were the Cafe Wheel Club Pool Tournament Got Good i Paris, Thomas llealy's restaurant at Start. Seven matches were run off in the Wheel club pool championship tourna ment last night with the following re sults: Tasker 100, Alvin Roman (."; If P. Greene 100. II. E. Dines 14: II I Columbus avenue and Sixty-sixth street, the Little Club on Forty-fourth street and the Hotel Lafayette near Greenwich ll lage. - The manager and head waiter at the Hotel Lafayette were arrested after the I . -i.i f . 1 I t, i.C;.mT. v. Kkll Whitney 100. Wellman IS; r.rackett " ' " . " T, it bottles of V.t-rV; i.v-unstafson J1n.7" M'"7! s J : S i, other nart Tf the house. Seven ! vs. Miller. Bradley 'vs. Holden, Spencer J' dining in 'private rooms were served v TnWv V Johnson vs. Dunklee : ' .,ll.nK'ee il' V,m,s, ."".;. . , ' r.,r 1 with summonses when liauor was found li Dec. Ui-Braekett vs. Shea. Thompson tW.:,.,"" vs. Mutter. Rlv vs. Lone. Chandler vs. '".""f'" V". t.'u"?i'T CW." V ' V I At llealy's one In.ttle of champagne T:., . IW IT T.i.nw i- Vnlhv lrtvi vs. Stockwell, Tasker vs. Exner. Greene vs. M. Johnson, Whitney vs. l'urinton, Ellis vs. Hohlen. I The Wheel, tinb billiard tournament Z ihi orn S e S b' " .pending a few days wi Slave ' as nigh W. H Fletcher that uld be heard all over the place. The Mw.! Allgie Couillard, at t L M ?J,f, i .v'sn :i manager, was arrestedand a summons the Aged. You Need These Every Day Pliers 40c up Screw Drivers 15c up Folding Rules, 6-ft 50c Nail Hammers $1.00 Snow Shovels, steel ... 60c Furnace Scoops $1.25 Ash Sifters 50c up Ash Cans $2.75 Handed Axes $1.25 Shoe Leather for Tapping. Thermometers. Tire Chains. "EVERYTHING FOR THE FARM" JOEL M. STEARNS 13 Flat Street .BRATTLEBORO, VT. Tel. 249 Greenfield, Mass., Tel. 635 Free! This Week Only One Package Takhoma Biscuits or Uneedas witheach pound of Monadnock Brand Nut Oleomargarine 29c per lb. Demonstration all this week. Come in and sample it It is fine. The $5.00 Gold Piece will have to be divided as it was a tie between Willis J. Weatherhead, 16 Spring street, and Mary Curry, Pellett street. Their guesses were 211 and the correct number was 209. The next nearest was eight away. J. E. BUSHNELL 94 Elliot Street Vermont Cards Father Son Brother Grandfather Grandson Uncle Nephew Cousin In-Laws Mother Daughter ' Sister Grandmother Granddaughter Aunt Niece Baby . i Other Mother Daughter and family Son and family Folks at Home Dear Relation Christmas Birthday December Birthday Sweetheart Friends Teacher Xmas Sympathy Children's Across the Sea Neighbors Men's Sick Xmas Religious These are some Special Cards. We have ail the rest. HOPKINS THE FLORIST ning from Shorey, SO to 48. LEAD OF PROS REDUCED. Team 1 Defeated by Team 2 of Ant is by Score of to 1,155. At the Little Club the door man and two waiters were arrested and summonses The Antis cut the Pros' lead down to. left for the two managers. 5S pins in the Masonic bowling tourna- Last night's raids, it was reported, were nient, last night, when team '2 of the preliminary to a general cieanrUp to Antis won from team 1 of the Pros by make New York "dry as a desert" on the score of l.l'OO to J. !... i hompson New Years eve of the winners had the high single string. ION, and the highest three-string total, 12S1. The ninfall total for the tournament now stands 15.SN1 for the Pros and Clyde Robinson Who Ieft Prison Last 152.'S for the Antis. The scores: October Caught at St. Albans. Antis Team 2. ST. ALRANS, Dec. 18. Sheriff P. SI S2 SO 248 CatJin. Deputies William Ladd, Frank Miss Leila Knapp has begun work'iig in Simon's Shop Unique during the Christmas holidays. E. J. Guthrie, division superintendent of the Central Vermont railroad, is in town today on business. Charles A. Perry was called yesterday to Fort Fairfield, Me., by the death of his brother, Chadwick Perry. Mrs. -liernard Dunlevy is working in the basement of the Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt department store during the holi days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harlow of Rur ngton. who are visiting his parents in Westminster West, are spending the day here. Miss Olive Rliss of Winchester, N. II., ith her aunt. the Home for leu tor tne owner, Mr. iiea.y. Miss Catherine Higgins and Miss Jlar- of whiskey was conhscated at the Cafe dej Xevland of fallows Falls were l arts. j lie uiHuager. uis umimuiii uiiu . - ... ... : .... live waiters were arrested. CATCH ESCAPED PRISONER. guests Saturday of Miss Digging's sister. Mrs. E. J. Fenton. Gustafson. Tenney, Wilson, Morse, Thompson Totals, SO 82 N2 HIS 7S SO 85 85 Howard Slackand Gordon Pomfrey re- ( turned yesterday from Roston where they spent tlie week-end and were in town on their way to llhamsvule. Miss Marjorie Huntington, who at tends the high school in Nashua. N. 11., is here to spend a vacation with her mother, Mrs. Mollie Huntington. Morris Udis. manager of the Outlet store in the Rarber building, is exjiected to return tonight from a business trip to Pittstield, Mass., and New York. Miss Viola McGee, youngest daughter of Edward McGee, has gone to make her 5 282 Catlin's son. Shirlev. had a hvelv chase !7 250 Sunday afternoon 'when they captured ; home with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tate of 87 2.4 Clyde Robinson, who escaped from thejtlie upper West lfummerston roatl. 8N 2Sl't;tate prison at Windsor last Oct. 21 Robinson arrived in the city Saturday 442 410 Pros Team 1. Merle Fuller of the Princess apart ments was operated upon Saturday morn ing in the Melrose hospital for appendi- Moffatt. 08 81 74 2ls C. George, 70 77 70 217 j Ellis. 80 S8 78 IMtt A. George, OS 78 71 217 Rarber, 78 82 77 282 bans Ray, where his wife lives with j citis. Dr. E. R. Lvnch was the surgeon.) family of her brother-in-law in a nev. Father Thomas McMahon of Fair- Totals, 8S4 401 OUTDOOR FETE AT DARTMOUTH Skating and Tobogganing to Replace "Snow-bound Prom." HANOVER. N. II.. Dec. 18 It will 417 1.201) night and went to the Point farm at St. Albans I tlx tenement house on the farm. Sunday afternoon when the sheriff and his as- sistants got within a short distance of . of IJarre were a thp visitors bere the house. Robinson was notified of thei. trt ,.,. Ma-wVl!1i l,..h approach by the barking of a dog. He ran out of the back door toward a marsh. The men started in pursuit but were' bell, who works on "the farm, and young j for sugar diabeUs, is expected to return Cat in continued the chase and fina vi""""1 '"" ra'1 ul luc overtook Robinson, who quietly surrendered. He is 27 and was sent to Windsor lat ing the degrees in the Daughters of Isa- i carnival for April from Montpelier, having been found bella in that town, went from there to j ro 1.155. field, formerly rector at St. Michael's Catholic church, and Rev. Father Cahill today to greet Marshal Foch, Mrs. Mary E. Levy, who has been in the Massachusetts General - hospital in Roston two weeks for medical treatment Mrs William J. Kaine, who went Sat urday to Rerlin, N. H., to assist m work- he a reql outdoor winter I Dartmouth this year, according to an an-'guilty of rape. He was in the city after her former home in Montreal to visit ! nouncenient made yesterday by olhcers'liis escaie lrm the prison, but got away lof the Dartmouth Outinir club, which has, before the otbeers could locate him. charge of running the carnival. No longer will it be a so-called 'Snow-bound prom," for many of the indor features which have become attached to the carni val will be discarded and several new at tractions of an outdoor nature will be added. S The first of these will be on the open i ing noght of the carnival, which always falls on a Thursday, when, a huge out- door evening has been planned. Arrauge ' nients made so far include a parade by the undergraduates and their guests from the campus to Faculty pond, which will . be decorated in a novcj manner. There RORCAT IN CHESTERFIELD. Mrs. Chester W. Lane accompanied Myrtle and Grace Lane to Montague yes terday where they were joiued oy Mis. Archie Cook and returned t- their home in Gill, Mass. Mrs. Cook is convalescing from a serious operation in the Momague hospital. D. S. Moulton and Charles Ryrd, em ployes of the St. Albans Grain company, Sixteen Year Old Roy Shoots Unusually Large Animal. KKKNK. N. II., Dec. 13 Probably the ouiuet Ikiv in the state to secure a iKibcat is Raymond Johnson, 16 years of are here to install new machinery at the ive, who lives in Chesterfield. Your.g grain elevator for the Crosby Milling com . Johnson was walking in the woods with pany. A carload of machinery arrived his collie do and saw the animal on the here yesterday. It is expected that the limb of a tree. He returned to his home offices of the company will be moved for his shut nin and knocked the cat next week from Crosby block to the eleva oif the limb. The cat and the do had a tor on Vernon street. will- be ice stunts, skating, tobogganink j f,ov kill.nl the cat. Thtv bvbeat was. tan- Xmas trees and Xmas wreaths. All and other forms of amusement. The pro-! ,i n..,i : tussle with the tasr on 'sizes, leasonnhle nrices. R. II. Messenger. t -n a r l. ; f.. . a a i. . . .i 1 .... . . 7 ;gram win nnisii in nine lor me usuui i account of injuries it received from the Florist, IN Linden street. Tel. -157-W. .fraternity dances to take place. shotgun. The cat is an unusually lame The second new feature will be the re- ,me Raymond will' take the animal to placement of the usual conventional balljt.e town clerk' of Chesterfield and re by a fancy dress ball in Alumni gymii:i-1 , t.ive a 10 liounty. sium. All the regular outdoor events will) ' take place as usual, wnn several aoiii tions. and as the new ski jump will be completed in time for the carnival this will be used for the first time. The changes in the customary routine for carnivals come largely as a result RIG FLOOD IN WASHINGTON. Ten Uves Property of agitation among the students for some thing novel and unique to Dartmouth. DEFICIENCY RILL PASSES. Ixst And Heavy Damage. S TATTLE, Dec. 18 Ten persons are known to have been killed, a number of others injured and heavy property dam 248-217 WEST DUMMERSTON. The funeral of Mrs. Minnie A. I'.etter ley, an account of whose death was j'iveu in Saturday's Reformer, was held in the church in West Dummerston at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon after grayer at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Goodell. The service was conducted in accordance with Mrs. Retterley's ex i.r.ij u.;oi..e f i. un.it ..( .as been dne by railroad awidents Sollth wfane otlieiated. E. II. Miller ami landslides caused by the worst fltwl Mni 'ock of Ages and Harrv Colburn western ashn.gton has known " J of Springfield. Mass., sang Lead, Kindly e,tt,rs' i oil , i Light. Refore the casket was closed Heavy rains beginning Saturday and; rharlos anet Kverett Mav Arthur wiiiihu.uk i i"c .irt.r: rui n-. h;t fln,1 rs nrrrarpf Phase who t various times Iefore and since Mr. Bet- terlev's death had been members of the Senate Measure Carries $106,800,000 Appropriation. t -AfMIJ.M, 1U., IW. l.i jne senate rj ..nr r.f thr r IianL-a uas)w.l mt ; passed last night the first deficiency bill bridges, torn through rail'road ' embank- U-rr?, L r?U-.ia:na Wlre, household and in whom ,he had taken , - ... .....vi .... ...v... ..... i riiiinmii! ii ,u mo in many uireciions. lars more than contained in the bill asj Weather bureau officials held out no passed by the house. Ihe measure now j;op, of rcief for today, the forecast toes to conference. I being for further heavy rains. Chairman arrcn, in urging the; " . 1. r ii. i'ii i i i ii.ii speeuy 01 me 0111. siaico. inai innfftOA mn IinvPITAI S unless it became a law by 'Jhursday the Veterans bureau would be impaired in its work by the lack of funds. AUCTION YIELDS $5)17,000. Shipping Roard Expects $4,000,000 On Houses. Senate Votes Aid to Soldiers Fighting Tuberculosis. WASHINGTON. Dec. 18. Told by Senator Ashurst, Democrat, of Arizona, that hundreds of former service men were 'dying of tuberculosis on the deserts of much interest, folded a white shawl across her breast and each placed with in a white carnation, lhere was a pro lusion or beautiful flowers. Ihe funeral was conducted bv E. II. Miller. The bur ial took place leside the body of her husband in the West lJummerston ceme tery. The bearers were llollis and Paul Goodell, Charles Dane and Arthur White. Relatives and friends from Springfield, Mass., and Brattleboro at tended According to nn old Jewish custom when a mastor-tailor employs a new hand Arraii-i u hcrp t ipv vvnr Kkincr fi WASHINGTON, Dec. 13 The shipping cure for disabilities' resulting from gas board realized approximately sy.oixi attacks of the Germans, the senate last I the latter leaves his scissors as a guaran- 11,1 BU,y o feces oi piopen.v night voted an appropriation ot .fl.tHH).-' tee that he will be on hand to start work on the appointed day i.. i .i vrjjt i muni voteu an apjiropriauon oi iri.mi'i.- at the opening ot its auction sale at ooo for atlditional hospitalization. The hairview Camden, Dec. 11, President j funds, which are carried in the first lowell of the Emergency Fleet corpora- deficiencv bill passed bv the senate, would Useful - Gifts at THE STORE You will be surprised at the completeness of our stock and every gift a useful gift at a reasonable price. Christmas Suggestions for Men Winchester Rifles Shotguns Fishing Tackle Pocket Knives' Winchester Flashlights Ice Skates Razors Tools Father and Son Pocket Knife Set A double compartment box contains a knife for the boy, and one for dad. Christmas Suggestions for Women Scissors Shears Household Cutlery Percolators Vacuum Bottles Casseroles Carving Sets Electric Toasters Christmas Suggestions for Children Roller Skates Ice Skates Winchester .22 Cal. Rifles Snow Shovels Wagons Kiddie Kars Skis Sleds You can shop here for the whole family. Come in and see how completely we can supply you. Robbins & Cowles, Inc. - trroRB -.i'in V.T."tyne: Christmas Gifts As the lioliday season approaches, you are, no doubt, finding it dif ficult to definitely decide just what presents you wish to give your relatives and friends. Let us offer a suggestion. Pay this store a visit and inspect at jour leisure the many articles which we have on display for this purpose. You will find many gifts, all of which are most appropriate. You will find this store a pleasant place at which to do your Christ mas shopping. We take great pains to serve you carefully and in telligently, just as you want to be served. tion said yesterday On the 1.000 houses, stores and apart ments for sale at Fairview and Bristol, he added, the government hones to real ize about 4,(H!0.(hh. The prices Saturday ranged from $1.9.")l) to 4.000 on single houses, lots and stores. VERMONT NEWS. There are now 15 ex-service men at tending the state agricultural school at Randolph Center. The trustees of the Universalist church be expended by the veterans' bureau. The Cup That Cheer. The tea of commerce la the leaf of n cultivated shrub which thrives best In the Far East in the Indian peninsula and on some of the adjacent Islands, In large parts of China, and In Japan. In only one part of the world Is tea known to grow wild, and that is In the forests of Assam, the northeastern province of British India at Rarre have nroenred a nrnwwtin? i.v.-l aujoimng liumia, noted among OUier 'chine and pictures are to be shown there1 things for having the heaviest raln l regularly. It is planned to show many of fall of any part of the world. In the I the big Liblical pictures in the future. Ac,nm fn,.nc(a t,K. i BzstESSs- v,h .ttammg Stebbins. IS, of Vergennes. daughter of height of thirty feet. In Assam is Mr. and Mrs. H. H. St. Peter, is suing grown one-third of the tea produced Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stebbins in Addi- in Tn,na. It is l.eliAvod thnr thf ..hint , s in county court for .SIO.(MK) damages. . , , . . , . , .The case has aroused a good deal of atem- WU! ti,kPn from Assam to China, and ition. All participants in the case live 't was from China that the western in ergennes. j world learned the use of tea. The Over 1.000 interested spectators first toa-house was opened In London watched the first matinee race program i -i .;, i ft the rentlv organized St. Johnsburv 1,1 a,,,! from th,t time tta be" Driving club Monday afternoon. Ideal cailie a popular beverage. weather conditions prevailed iiid tenj classes were raced without mishap over. Standard Classification, a perfect s,eedway In class A, Red Thp t prototype In meteorology Rrino. owned bv . R. Rernard. mad;' , . ,. , the best time of the afterno.in. g:ing over "leans an original standard to which the ouarter mile in second. Lt. Lyn- others must conform, and which, donville. Tommy Hayes, owned by the though ii may be Imitated fioui so.ne- .Moiiiuaiu lew iarm. won miee sirmgni heats, the best time being 3.1 seconds for the quarter. The modern Chinese woman is becom ing a confirmed cigarette smoker. Seven thousand million eigarettes were im ported into China last year. DANCE Hardy's Famous Orchestra Wednesday thing else, is not requited to confo..i: to anything else, but itself serves as the ultimata definition of a unit. Thus In reference to the ''metre Ues Arc hives," and the international prototype meter, and to the corresponding kilo grams, these national standards are copies; but their formal adoption na 4.he authoritative standards to which other standards In the United States are to be conformed has caused them to be called, perhaps with justice, the national prototype kilogram and the national prototyie meter. i ft t f 4 4 J- Wliat to Give a Man for Christmas It's fun to buy jrifts for children and not difficult to select them for women, if your money holds out, but what shall we give the men whom wc wish to remember? RILLFOLHS AND POCKETROOKS Many styles and all real leather, S5c to $2.50 MILITARY RRl'SIIES $2.25, 4.00, $5.00, $6.00 and $8.00 nair. STANLEY FEUROSTAT ROTTLES They won't break; the first cost is the lat. Pints !.50, quarts $10.00. SAFTY RAZORS iellette, ien Auto-Strop, Ever-Ready. Dm ham Diiplev, $1.C0 to $5.00. SHAVING RRISHES :e, (iOe, ?l.0O, $1.25. SIIAVINti, MIRRORS Magnifying and plain, $2.50 ar.d $3.50. CLOTHES RRI SIIKS These make verv practical gifts and will last a lifetime, tax-, 75c, $1.25, $1.50. FIRST All! CABINETS I seful for liome. office or factory. The price, $4.25, is that of the contents if bought separate ly. The cabinet costs nothing. Al TO KITS Containing j-oap and soapbox, sponge, and whisk broom, all in a waterproof Special at $2.00. towel case. SILVER PENCILS These are always acceptable gifts, (20c to $1.00. COLGATE TOILET SET? Tooth paste, shaving stick and refill, and talcum IMiwder, $1.25. FOR THE SMOKER Cigars. 5, 10. 25 and 50 in a package. The 25's are most in deminii for gifts. We have all the popular brands, $1.05 to $:.O0. ASH TRAYS SI. CO and $1.50. PI PICS ars very popular now. French Briar 50, Italian Briar $1.25. All styles and sizes. CIGARETTES in holiday packages. Fatimas. English Ovals, Tarrevtons, Chesterfields, Lucky Strikes $l.O0 and up. POrCTIKS liccktite. leather, leather, rubber and rubberized cloth, S5c, 75c and $1.00. ROOT'S PHARMACY The Store with the Stock AAA A A A A AA'i& i jGrV m& jb&. tj t7 7 jk. C7