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'" THE BRATTLEBOItO DAILY REFORMER." . TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1921.
Sporting N ews WHEEL CLUR POOL. Seven ure Matvnen fiayru in iuunia- ment Last Evening. Seven matches were played last night n the Vermont Wheel club pool tourna- inent with the following results: t reu .foUiison M. f. Johnson TO: Y . .Mellon 70, It. Gustafson 33; Louis Allen !K. imiklee 37: Hoi in ... Lone !: liraeKerr .", It. Oust arson 40: Fred Johnson :. T. Johnson 72; K. A. MocKwell ou, PROS 3 BEAT ANTIS 3. 2i rvro Sides Runnin? Fairly Close, TotaLs IMng 22.121 to 22.04S. The Pros pained eight pins in the tVIasonic bowling tournament last night. vhen team .'J of the Pros nosed out team .. ,f the Antis hy the close score of 1.1!".0 o Tracy of the winners turned in he highest single string, 100. while Croll ,f the winners had the best three-string otal, 27S. The pinfall total for the tour nament now stands 22.121 for the Pros md 22.01S for the Antis. The scores: Pros Team 3. Futfle, Jailv, "roll. Tracy, ocke, Totals, veely. 'A'hite, 'ettee. IcUne, )oyle, 71 77 so 7S r.7 70 oo 10(5 07 02 102 i 1)2 21 r 230 27S 2 2i7 402 430 Antis Team 3. XI 7 S2 70 4281,200 4 73 01 77 7 0i S3 240 2."S 237 270 247 22 18. ,A !! 17 28 9 14 . 2 .7 6 3 5 44. II 3o o Q 45 24 .9 31 33 4I 4t 38 35 3 37 Ao BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL spent Totals, ALLEYS 423 300 -1.252 t BEAT INVINCIBLES. jatter Not Quite Equal to Their Name, but Margin -Is Small. The Alleys tonk the Invincible into amp on the Elliot street alleys last nght in the opening game of the Al:ey ague. The pinfall total was 1.284 for he Alleys and 1,273 for the Invincibles. v. Hawrick of the losers turned in the ighest single string. 10.. while . Anoer- on of the losers had the best three-string tal, 274. The scores : Alleys. S3 07 00 sr. 84 Miss Katherine Norwood of Keene yesterday here. Mrs. 'Arthur Miller of Vernon is a vis itor here today. Mrs. Charles Pratt of East Putney is spending the day in town. Miss Margaret Oorborino is working this week in A. E. Miller's candy store. Mrs. Lyman Smith of East Angus, P. Q., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Charles 1C. Crosby. . II. U. Hutchins f the wholesale de partment of the Dunham Brothers Co. is ill with neuritis. Lyman Goldsmith is expected Friday from Rochester, N. Y., to visit with his family on North street. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith will go i Saturday to Boston to visit until atter New Years, with his parents, Air. ami Mrs. Leslie Smith. John Oiffin of Keetie. N. II.. was a visitor here last night, coming to attend the dance given by the Business and Pro fessional Women's club in Festival hall. Mrs. Harold Smith is substituting this week in the Chase street school in place of Miss Katherine Ekert, teacher, who (has gone' to Ohio to visit during the vaca tion. Mrs. Martha Swift of Washington, I. C, is visiting relatives in town, coining yesterday from New York with her brother, Ernest Heed, who is here on business. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Codding and daughter of estern avenue lett tins morning for their former home in Dub lin, Va.f where they plan to remain dur ing the winter. Miss Margaret Barber, who is con nected with the Mount Vernon seminary nt Washington. D. C, is here to visit during the holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Barber. Mrs. Niles Ooward and daughter will come tomorrow from Brooklyn, N. Y., to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Plummer of the Abbott apartments. Mr. Ooward will spend Christmas here with his family. Merrill, five, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon L Harris of 17 Thomas street, fell Mrs. Charles L. Thwing of Putney is vesterdav while playing out of doors and 59 Can you finish this picture? Draw from one to two and so on to the end. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL pending the day in Brattleboro. fractured his right wrist. He was taken Attorney John N. Harvey has returned, to the Memorial hospital where an X-ray ' c n V... ,.:,. M;iiiBiil-aa tntrturA rau taL-nn it f tha u'rivt Hut line t. Oakes, I. Coons, V. Ileydrick, I. Seibert, '. Church, 87 S3 so 01 02 S3 81 82- Totals, . Wissel. '.. Hawrick, . Cook, . Newton, . Anderson. Totals, 430 433 Invincibles. 80 ior. 71 SO 00 02 S4 SJ 7. 70 412 .v 82 73 70 4."0 414 4031,273 GREENFIELD OPENS TODAY irst Game of Hoop Season witli S:ni(h Academy at Hatfield. The Greenfield high school basketball uintet will open its hoop season today r playing Smith academy at Hatfield, he Greenfield lads are baving eonsider- bie trouble in getting a place for prac- ce as Washington hall is the only place vailable. amp' the frequent dances given iere break up their practice sessions to considerable extent. Following is their ason schedule: 'uesday. Dec. 20 Smith Academy at Hatfield. aturdav, Dec. 24 No game. Veil nesday. Dec. 28 Smith Academv at Greenfield. aturday. Dec. 31 No game. IWdncsday. Jan. 4 Open. taturday, Jan. 7 Westfield at Green I field. IVednesday, Jan. 11 Ashfield at Green field. Hlav. Jan. 13 Greenfield at Chiconee. aturday. Jan. 14 Greenfield at M. A. C. Fresh. . Wednesday. .Tan. IS Open. jr-miav. Jan. 21 West Springfield at Greenfield. aturday. Jan. 2S Northampton at Greenfield. Wednesday. Feb. 1 Open. turday. Feb. 4 Holvoke at Greenfield. f.'ednesday. Feb. 8 Open. riday. Feb. 10 Greenfield at Westfield. fi'ednesday. Feb. IT. Onen. ldirday, Feb. 18 Chicopee at Green field. uesdav, Feb. 21 Drury at Greenfield, riday. Feb. 21 Greejificld at West Springfield. 'ednesdav. Mar. 1 Adams at Green Id (pending). ' riday. Mar. 3 Grceufield at Northampton. SVdnesdav, Mar. 8 Open. ruiay, .Mar. in Greenfield nt ITolvotc Wednesday. Mar. IT Oren. aturdey, Mar. IS Greenfield at Ad ams (pending.) from a business trip to Milwaukee. Mrs. Charles O. Bobbins will go to Chester to spend the holiday with rela- o-o lives. Ernest Johnson began work last week " 18 at Fenton's Men Shop during the holi- o,;4 days. 2.-sj Bert Blood, who had been confined to 'the home Mrs. G. W. Burnett a week with 1,284 1 a severe cold, is out again. Mrs. II. E. Baseora has returned from Northampton, where she was a week-end guest of Mrs. Robert Miller and family. Miss Malva Robeits, who is studying music in Boston, is here to spend the holidavs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. "Roberts. Clyde Horton, instructor at the Univer sity of Vermont, is expected Thursday from Burlington to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. (i. Horton of Canal street, over the holidays. 24 271 234 240 274 picture was taken of the wrist, but has since returned to his home. Miss Gretchen Goldsmith came last night from Rochester. N. Y.. where she is ! taking a course at the Rochester Dental Dispensary, to visit at her home on North street until after the New Year. Wallis j Goldsmith, teacher in the Chester high; school, is also spending the vacation at his home here. Public supper and sale in G. A. R. hall tonight at 0 p. m. Supper, 40 cents. 210 At tbe new Caverly Preventorium at t Pittsford which will be ready about May 1st there will be 32 beds for chil- : dren. Mrs. W. S. Phelps of Burlington !j made up her mind that she would securo ' S a new quilt for each of these 32 beds. I J Within the last few days she has re-j! ceived four quilts from the Standard-, j Woman's Relief corns, one from the : I League des Patriot. Franco-Ameri-! j canes, one from the Silver Cross Circle of t ehKing's Daughters of Shelburne ana one irom Airs, jiarrv .v. Jiay. a in g makes 12 quilts that have been received : un to date. In addition various individ- I ual and organization have promised 13 t more so that at the present time Mrs. ! Thelp9 lacks only seven to reach her ; s goal of 32 new quilts for the Preven-J torhim i I At the foundling hospital in Lyons, France, a royal welcome awaits the first infant received on Christmas Day. which is supposed to be in contrast to the hum ble story of Christ's birth. Basketball Wednesday, Dec. 21 FESTIVAL HALL 8.15 p. m. TURNERS FALLS A. C. BRATTLEBORO ATHLETICS The local boys will present prac tically the same line-up as last season when they made all comers step to win, and Turners Falls can always be depended on to pre ent a strong team. Also a good preliminary game. ADMISSION uOc. Including tax. Today PRINCESS THEATRE World's Champion Wrestler AT AUDITORIUM, BRATTLEBORO, VT. Tuesday Evening, December 27 At 8.15 O'clock faiiislaus Zby szko WORLD'S CHAIVIPION 232 pounds VS- George "Farmer" Bailey OF BRATTLEBORO 225 Pounds Owing to the large demand for tickets, I am tak ing orders by phone, 665-Y, which may be called for at Crystal Springs Ice Co's office on Main street, December 24th. Prices 80c, $1.10, $1.50 and $2.00. War tax paid. r i! w ! Miy f lowep PKolopta Corporilion, prtrtnlr CEOROE LDANE TUCKER'S PRODUCTION go, RETTY COMPSOx (X (paramount (picture AH the sides of modern wom an's life. Her glory, her foibles, her ways with the world and men. In a gorgeous, intimate pic ture of things not everybody knows. v INTERNATIONAL NEWS MATINEE 2.30 Admission: Child. 10c, Adult 20c EVENING 7 and 8.15 Admission: Child, 10c, Adults 28c TOMORROW CONWAY TEARLE IN The Man of Stone PATIIE REVIEW "Tcrchy's Promotion" THURSDAY A PARAMOUNT SPECIAL The Great kpErsonation ! E gisMsiisjisusliaia I DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY I iiiiiimiiiiBiisiisimiaiiilllliailll Suggestions in Useful and Practical Christmas Gifts FOR EACH MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Shop Early in the Day and Receive the Best Service Felt Slippers Men's Styles, in soft and hard leather soles. Good value. Price 31.49 Women's Juliette Styles, fur 'trimmed. QJ Leather sole and heels. Fancy Colors.. P JLmtjO Women's Juliette Styles, fur trimmed, dg'fl IQ Leather sole and heels. Fancy colors. .. JIJL i Women's Comfy Styles, soft leather soles, in Fancy Christmas cartons. Variety colors, Women's Comfy Styles, soft leather soles. Fancy QQy cartons. Plain colors. Price t?W Misses' Comfy Styles. Colors, old rose and red. AQa . Soft leather soles. Sizes 11 to 2. Price Misses' Comfy Styles, soft leather soles. Colors, f9Qj red and blue. Sizes 11 to 2. Price . Children's Comfy Styles, soft leather soles. Col- QQr ors, old rose and red. Sizes 8 to 11. Price UU Children's Comfy Styles, soft leather soles Col- ors, red and blue. Sizes 8 to 11. Price. Ot Infants Comfy Styles, soft leather soles. Colors, 7Qo old rose and red. Sizes 5 to 8. Price a iL ..Infants', Comfy. Styles, soft leather soles. Colors, jfJQo red and blue. Sizes 5 to 8. Price. Infants Eiderdown Carriage Boots, ribbon QOo trimmed. Colors, blue, pink and white. Price tcF Infants' Felt Slippers, Juliette style. Soft sole. P"7Q Colors, pink and blue. Sizes 0 to 4. Price iv Jersey Leggins Women's Butten Style, knee length, fleece Q-f A A lined. Black. Price ?JLJl Misses' Button Style, knee length. Fleece lined. AA Black. Sizes 11 to 2. Price eVW Children's Button Style, knee length. Fleece h lined. Black. Sizes 6 to 10. Price Women's Button Style, knee length, fleece Q-fl ff ton around waist. Black and gray JLvvr WW. Wool Socks and Leggins Men's Long Wool Leggins, double foot.. Black A A and gray. Price p JlJJ Men's Long Wool Leggins, double foot. P9? Brown. Price CpJLs M & Men's Long Wool Leggins, black and gray. flj Single foot. Price Men's Long Wool Leggins, single foot. CJ-g JA Brown. Price J.o Men's Long Wool Leggins, single foot, tfj-g Black and gray. Price JL4a Men's Long Wool Leggins, brown mixed. Q j P Single foot. Price tpJLJL9 Men's Short Wool Socks, extra heavy. Best f OC? quality. White. Price $JLo&9J Men's Short Wool Socks, heavy. Gray and white. Price 53 C Men's Short Wool Socks, medium weight. Black ff? and blue. Price Men's Short Wool Socks, medium weight. Gray, Price Men's Short Wool Socks, medium weight. Black and blue. Price pL Men's Short Wool Socks, light weight. Gray. Price 0L Men's Short Wool .Socks, light weight. Blue. fjjtE? Price 7. &t2 Boys Extra Long Wool Leggins, single foot. I fi Black. Price Boys' Long Wool Leggins, black and gray. Q Single foot. Price cJLtJe5 Boys' Long Wool Leggins, single foot. Ci 2! Brown. Price i$ jLm&iti3 Boys' Short Vool Socks, heavy weight. ELf Price & Boys' Short Wool Socks, medium weight. Gray. M Ajt Price f. Boys' Short Wool Socks, light weight. Blue. 0? Price 1 Youths' Extra Long WTool Leggins, single n"S A foot. Black. Price Youths' Long Wool. Leggins, single foot. A A Black and gray. Price ftp JL exit Youths' Long Wool Leggins, single foot. Brown. Men's mm Felt Shoes and Rubbers Men's All Wool Knit Boots, with snow excluder, as well as plain knit and felt boots. Ranging in price from $1.75 to $3.75 Men's One- and Two-Buckle Rubbers, in several grades, made especially to go over the above style felt boots. Ranging in price from $2.25 to $3.85 Oil Tan Snowshoe Moccasins Made in styles for men, women, boys and littlemen. Waterproof leather, suitable for snowshoe purposes. Men's Leggin Rubbers Made in all styles, including high lace tops, both leather and all rubber. Low buckle and lace styles; in fact, all the wanted styles, ranging in price from $2.35 to $6.50 Same styles for boys and lit tlemen, ranging in prices from $1.65 to $4.65, according to size and style. Visit the Family Shoe Store Dunham Brothers Co. Special Sale Odd Lots Of Men's and Boys' Leggins. Socks and Rubbers. Mostly sample pairs that are slightly soiled in handling, but wearing qualities are good as new merchandise. All marked at ex treme reductions in price to close out. It will pay you to look these over. Moccasin House Slippers Women's Styles, in variety of models, fancy trimmed. Ranging in price from $1.85 to $3.25 Men's Styles, in plain, durable leathers, ranging in price from $2.15 to $3.35 Store Open Evenings Until Christmas, Beginning Thursday in n Si Pa M 3