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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFOllMEK, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. .10.22.
1 1 1 urameooro i:i)iioi: -in-chief Luclla Smith ASSISTANT EDITOHS I-'runk Slunnway Miltlvid Storkwcll Kii.abcth I'ndcrwood EDITORIAL. Slioiv (iiwul Sixirt.snianship. A ii'f' icc was once heard to xiy to an jiudiei.ee at a basketball game that "when a ir. miicc of tin" iiiiig team is siinot f.ir a foul, it is against all vales of (niil pirtsuia nshiji for tlie audience to hoot ami try to get the fellow's goat." Tins same adviee may wel! apply to our lii.h school gaiuos. where the same fault is very evident. Arc we going to let our selves he termed cheap sports? Th basketball team is enjoying tie' hot shower baths without Hie hot water. Vii' is supposed to look after those t hingN ': No danger cf II. II. S 1 lokinir ii ii t iil v i any i.e. re. with such efficient officer:- as . ou l I.iiu'.sey. Captain Vanderveer and their worthy lieuti'nams and assistants on the jib. Yes. there".- another h'iskeif.all t vi ek. V'h a you iieai d of auie la-t wee!;'- l.iird-WeU :et.u;v UlVe been -oiry you mi--el it. 1 . :i" t be again, come tomorrow night. oitv Get after those papers en the floor be lore the jepti'il.s and lieutenants get after vim ! Ar e von res; , Whv not :i t he t M; 1 i n; club V Th. v want v..u FKENCII CLl'li MEETING. Interesting Pr; rrani Gic:i and Snugs Learned. New j Yedne- l Mllsn- I'lled the ; ! j l- j;i room day evening. Wi.eu ine i n i:( n CiiiO m-id s ii r g.ii.ir meeting tuuier the direeti-oi if ' b.:i-ie;:r l Preside:. t Howard liice. r; i . Fnder the aoer-uip it Miss Hel.n Ilrowu. villi Mi- lC.it U Peed at the' i arned some new j'lano. the member !';( 1:1 h si.;;s. T,o program i-.-ii ti I-. - i'ig p:;iier.- en -ted i f tv.o very in - Prittanv bv I loilaiiii ! ! liUs-eM. Iie-umes of no moers several ; et I'i i! 1 1 A. ,od rreia-ii I I;- vi-;t given by l.'ieauor ling ers. N.H lie P.ei--.ll. Until Ileeil and AH'-e I',ii!eii of the I I I A class. A poem. i.'Ilivt;-. was given by Harriet Murrah of HIP.. Tin n Marion Laturliton. Laura 1 b adiey. Williaia Moretoi, and ll-.ward JJice gave s,,ui. very interesting 'ea;:--erii-s" on -ub.ieets of evi lyd iv in'cret in I'l-eaeh life. Mi-S Kutll Ueeii w a- :ip- poiat- d t- h:t. e charge of the next meet ing. Af;?- the literary part of t h program. the Members ; d.joli r :!' I llnlili'-! ii' ei- e:,ce rooni. when- delicious refreshments of fruit, salad and wafers vcie served by Laura Ho.-tdley and Ilrbn Woodw-oriii, -v. bo had charge- of this par? of the pro- s-i-nm. T!) KITH' SCHOOL TIDV. Oii'inal Plan Picsented by Student Council Founded on Ai-my n:,si. The Stud: at Council has presented an original p'an of lo-i ping the high school in a tidy eoaditb.n. It is founded on an army l-.i-i-. each floor having a lieuten ant, who elects a corporal for each room to -ero two weeks at a iime. The officers are as follows : First tl.-.or. Lieutenant Piutiih : second floor. Lieutenant Har v.ood: third lioor. John Lawt;ui : captain. ,'ack Vanderveer: in.-pectors. Priaci;al Caverly and Fiiwin Lindsey. Fiiler this new plan, if an otfieer fails to dt his duty the lie-itenant reports him to the captain IROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager Soaps Are Cheaper Star Soap 7 bar P and G Naptha . : . 7c bar Pels Naphtha 7 bar Arrow Borax Soap. 7c bar Sunny Monday 7c bar B. T. Babbitt's Best, 7c bar Armour's Bcrax . . . Gc bar Lenox Soap ........ iv? bar T. M. T. Borax Soap, 5c bar Welcome Soap .... 7o bar Queen Regent Toilet Soap, 5c, 0 for S5 LaCalana Castile Soap, 7 4 for 25 LaPerla Castile Soap, 10c bar Maxine Elliot Toilet Soap, IOC, 3 for S5 Peroxide Bath Soap, 10c bar Lava Soap 7c bar Miner's P. D. Q. Hand Soap 10, 3 for S5c J. E. Bushnell 94 ELLIOT ST. school News Corner ni and the captain reports him to Mr. land- j .-ey. it lie iaiis u Keep me room rtii-n. thereafter ho is reported to Principal t'averly. HONOR SOCIETY KX PLAINED. Philip Wheeler Explains System to Fresh men and New Students. Philip Wheeler, one of the wearers e .i .i . i i. .i.. e t lie sliver J., explained 10 i lie imvuih.h am others new to he school, at ss.mdy , yesterday monnng. the li.mor o m ho , it started last ,ar. uju how he 1 I. a u , obtained. Ihese honors ni. a.u.ll twice a year, to juniors and seniois. onlj . , uie ,iri " me, -a . ; . . : l i .i . i... ....' HIS irdllfS e.'UI'l i;t!- lii'ii: ni m . . . , x :.i ce.'VC.I 1-1 Lis nrsi lw .M.u .mo 1 oration. lb- has asked any pup.l wlio thinks he has 111 point-, the reoutred number tor the li. to hand . .. , and the number ;f points he is getting eith-r to .Miss lien-haw or himself. School Notes of Interest. Outing c'u'o vent on a ski The ami . . . . . . . . im .. j snow-shoe hike to ( amp on,t?i t lhuisdaJ tllil 111'"'!. .'II. fill llll llll ' ill,.. Ih r.. t.. I.wl f !. it.n-tv , The girN in the Teacher-Training class j ordered th-ir class rings, which will i new .le-igii. Hearing tlie letters T. T. (' There v.iii mt be any girls' gymna-iuni I cla.-ses in Festival hall next Thursday, j beeau-e tlie hall will be in use. There will be a class Monday. Herotiiea Vanderveer. Pauline Shav. n ... i ,,,!. iv;:i;.,. , , f.-.iUn i .';.-", "i,, C Winciie'ster " "he'siev ' Yil- Slams." and Mariorv P.aker. from French i IIP., ha v. b. n elected members .f the I'rench club, having obtained an average if over N I per cent for the tirst semester. There are some interesting posters on the bulletin board for room V concerning the moving picture from Alexandre Dumas's Mor.te Cristo. which is now run ning in Springtield. Mass. This is of es pecial iutere-t to the French students lv-cau-e of the fact that many of them are lt'iw reading the book in French or have (read it. It is hoped that the people of j p.rattlcboro will s.on have a chance to see this picture. Jieoentlv the pl;y-ies cla-s has been :a eng.! ( n id:i a ; ' i ' t . p t't tie' s- t -1 1 ii !.:; that : pi:;l'i to o; i t i.e -: i m e : ::-ei! engine i;... -rated two ti ey might .1 for e!'un;. . , ) umi mi ! :-, sol :.:-.d n ht : . fore , .! r- t ne why 1 i :igine. Tiiey veiy low per- j Were -tu pi-.s'-i! to ii ieeni;:ge ," t (Mi ei:cy ' lieu i e. The total i learn th f the i liiinarv loc mount of work n :.g from the la-at appl out eight cent. ed to the b'.'ile: Persona is. ix is ill in id H.izeu 1 cllii-kell-pox. Hermon pobb ha Cell m-'iooI several days. 1 toiis Wiiodn'-ter of thf senior eiass was absent csteiday. l.llzabeth Kennedy has r, s'-hool after a short absence. Charles Guild is nut if sch.( turned to oa ae-, count of an infection in his foot. Florence Cobb has returned to school after a week's absence leeause of illness. Jiu by Thayer is out Cf school 401 ac- Kenneth Wheeler, who is HI ;it his home, is expected t ) return to school Mon day. Mildred Stockwe'l has taken Faith i the l.ngiish (lepartment. j Paul'nie Searles of the senior class has j teen awarded an I'nderwood certificate' for writing ill! words a minute for !." min-I Utes. Quick Relief for 1 All Rlieiuiiatics! If von suffer from rheumatism in anyi torta i!o not miss tins generous otter Get from our drugiist today a bottle of Kin uma. use according to directions ' iid if you don't think it has given' uiek a 1 (I sure relief, say so. and you e.io nave vour money ret ur.ded. ; Kheuma is a reputable physician's i pri's-ript ion. tree Irom narcotics audi perfectly harmless. It acts on the kid--nevs a ad helps to force the uric acid i from swollen inints ;ind oilier lodging 1 hoes. I; should please von in a dav- id mal.e yi.ai hopeful and baopy in ;i V e-k. i-'heniiia h,is n h ;is(-d from suffering' rbcu ma t u- vi'-'ims uho thought nothing would .five n lief. It should do as much! for you. Pool's Pharmacy will supplv! ou and guarantee money refunded it not satisfactory. Advert iscment . We Have Just Received a Silk UTff ff1 i Ji. W 100 These Mattresses Are Worth $25 and Will Be Placed On Sale SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, AT WINDSOR TEAM TO BE HERE TOMORROW Will IMay in Place of Bellows Falls Team. Formerly Announced Vis itors a Fast ARSiesalioii. The r.rattlcboro high school basketball team is to meet the team from Windsor , . V!lllj .,,, - - , ,w The game will be F j , lla t s vtH.k Sntm,lay Windsor has a fast . f , ,., ani, I)lisi.s t(k ho o,,,! ,,f ,i. fast,st of - hi ilU(.1.s,.jl(,;;ls,ic ,,.,. SWI) ,im, thi season With the "pep" the local team showed against Claremont last Friday the , ,,,,,,,,,1 i, .,. ), v.,...;.,,, I,v ei.rvm, T;; .: . !.""" 1 'V ' ' Milium M last week. Commercial Club o Uriiig New Members. A meeting of the P.usiness Practice club was held Wednesday evening in the high school building. It was decided to !. ........ 41... .;.!. f ..f ttui iittl i iir fniin ill. I ll l I lit- n i lit. 'v u t. 1 '"n ..... . ,lf .,.h ...,,,,. tu tli 1 second Wednesilav ' - - ri. . folluwins: ' nunmit toe was chosen ,,, Jmve harge of the Outing party: Ilar- i.i l),.,,). Pauline Harlow. Howard lleliert and Miss Maude (Jla.ier. It was voted to have each club member secure a new member and bring this friend to the next meeting, which vill be I. eld 1-Vli. S. All members must pay their l-!"ie the next meeting. Student Council TaKes Still Another Step. 1 At a Student Council meeting Wcdnes day afternoon several matters of interest to tlie school were taken up. it was i l-.wl ,-liio fit -il.ir It-- were to !h! awarded this year. As last year they were awarded soon after midyears, it was decided to make the award as s,,ui its the reports of the honor units could be col lected and verified. Laura lleadloy. Howard Pice and Philip Wheeler were appointed to work with the fatally in making up these reports. Arrangements were made to have more! hooks put in the room '. cloakroom. Wil-' . i: ....... ... . ti,..'' nam iMU'l i ntnu'einu io i.o.ii tlie main room dtsk were clean after the, out-of-town pupils bad eaten their: lunches. The matter of new inkwells was, discussed, tnit no uennite action was taken. ITTNHY. Fnueral of G. L. Pierre. The funeral of Ge-rire L. Pierce, w ho , committ d suicide Similar, was held at tiie , hoiae Wedne-dav attei noon at , burial took place in the family lot in antee that it will do as stated or ulocey 'Mount Pleasant ccmetcrv. K. C. Lewis, I back. . , '' V. A. P.urditt. L. L. Purditt and Cnr-i On that honorable basis every sufferer home with ,.,.,! Wood were the bearers. ! should secure a package of Dr. Leon- Those from out of town who attended 1 bardt'.s HFM-KOID today. Advertise abs.o.t irom ,lu. ,lJ;1,,. at v. ,.n. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. ment. atoFaav We Announce a Reduction in Price of Our Saturday Chocolates from 49 lb. to 9c We sell these Chocolates for GOc pound dur ing the rest of the week and guarantee them to be the BEST Chocolates sold at this price. 1 - -MaiMMiWsaMimc t- 1, .1.1 ,- ,t- l--. ..d-. rK i -IB. -f .,, te a...'. ,i T A if ff PI OSS mat Prime Kapoc, Roll Edge MORAN & ROHDE UiKiertakers and Furniture Dealers 57 Main Street Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 351-W Levis of West Haven, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pierce of Springfield, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Carroll A. AVood of P.rat tlehoio and Carroll ISloore . of Ucllows Falls. r. i I He was one of -the prime movers in startim? the F.aptist Society here vhieh was a . branch of; the IJrattleboro ; church, afterward beeoraing; independ ent of them and receiving aid from the Iiaptist state convention. EAST PUTNEY. Mrs. George Aplin is ill. The men are busy harvesting ice on the river. Dr. C. S. Pratt and Dr. Daniel Calder were guests at lion View farm recently. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eagan ami daughter and Ilobert Cassidy of New Haven, CVmn.. are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Collins. ,The following committee. J. M. Johti soji chairman. Clifford Gilbert, Fred Leach. Walter Lilly and .Tolin Maley, are planning a minstrel show for Sat urday evening, Feb. ;4, for club mem bers, -t Mr. and Mrs. Pert Phelps and daugh ter. Howard Looinis, Mrs. Nettie Man son. Carl Stockwell, Miss Esther Loomis, Miss Ella Bourne. Clifford Gil bert. J. M. Johnson and Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Phelps were among those to at tend the dance at Westmoreland Fri day evening, Jan. -0, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Parker entertained several friends at their home Saturday evening. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Collins and family, J. M. Johnson, Mrs. Ada Punt and son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vaine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Uertie Phelps and daughter, Air. and Mrs. N. C- Newcomb, Charles Wakeley, Kichard Macumber, Mrs. Vera Porter and Mrs. Jay Greene. Hancin was enjoyeu vim music iy Mi- IVivt.-ur "tr nkelev. Afr. nine and .Mr. Gilbert. Ilefreshments of sandwiches, eakc and coffee were served How to Banish Piles Thousands I Mess Dr. Leoiiliardt, the Tliy skiaii Who Discovered This Coin moo Sense Remedy. If you think thiit the surgeon's knife the onlv method of escape from the misery of piles, it's because you haven't heard" of the new treatment known as Dr. LeonhardCs HFM-KOID. The doctor' treaUuent is internal. Uy " : experimenting for years he discovered the! exact cause 01 pnes aim men weni iur ther and compouiideil a remedy that would! remove the cause. ! Dr. Leonhardt wants every sufferer to I beneiit by his discovery and so that there: w ill be no doubting or delay, 1 he l.ratUe- boro Drug Co.. and all druggists are 1 .1 . 1 . - ..11 f ll'M OAHk ft . . amnorizeu in sen iih.ienoiu uu ui -, lb Shipment of messes Chocolates A Sale Odd lots, broken sizes, short lengths, etc., from every department of the store, all grouped in this great sale and marked at a fraction of their orig inal selling prices. 1 ' It is the policy of our store not to carry over from one season to another one single, thing that can be turned into cash, regardless of cost or value. Therefore note prices listed below. ' Odd Corsets for medium and stout figures. Were $2.00 and $3.25, Odduient Trice $1.45 Odd Corsets, for slight and me dium stout figures. Were $3 and $3.50, Oddment Trice 9195 m Odd Corsets for medium and slight figures; were $1.50, Oddment Price JJl.OO $0.00 Odd Skirtings, Si-inch. AH wool plaids, Oddment Price If 1.98 $1.00 and $5.00 Coatings and Skirtings: 54 inches wide. Very excellent quality, Oddment Price 92.98 Men's, Women's and Children's Knit Underwear, Union Suits, Vests tuid Pants. A counter full of odd numbers, At 1-2 Regular Price A Table Full of Odds and Ends of Muslin Underwear, AH at Oddment Trices m Children's 50c Odd Gloves, Oddment Trice 25 $1.00 Ladies' Odd Wool Gloves, Oddment Prices 50 ,69 50r ami o9c Women's Odd Gloves. Oddment Trice 25 $1.25 Children's. Odd Lined Kid Gloves, Oddment Trice 75 Ladies' 75c Fecrcd I lose, Oddment Trice 50 Ladies' 50c Odd Cotton Hose. Kxtra sie, Oddment Trice 23 Ladies' Bath Robes that rcg . ularly sold at $5.98 and $8.98, Oddment Trices, 93.98 and 94.98 Children's Bath Robes, regular $2.98 to $1.00 values, Oddment Trices, 91.98-92.98 11 J. Well Worth Attending Odd Coats Ten Odd Coats, that were $19.75 to $25.00, Oddment Price $12.50 Fifteen Odd Coats, that were $29.75 to $32.50, Oddment Price ?19.75 Eleven Odd Coats that were $35.00 and $39.50, , - Oddmen Price 24.75 Six Odd Coats, that sold from $15 to $25, Oddment Price $5.00 Odd Suits Ten Odd Suits that were $29.75 to $35.00, .Oddment Price $19.75 Fifteen Suits that formerly sold for $50.00, Oddment Price $29.75 Six Odd Suits that sold to $20.00, Oddment Price $5.00 Odd Dresses Ten Odd Dresses that have been selling regularly for $19.75, Oddment Price $9.75 Fourteen Odd Dresses that sold at $20.00 and $25.00, , Oddment Price $14.75 Eight. Odd Dresses that sold .up to $20.00, .Oddment Price $5.00 Odd Waists Waists that sold up to $2.98, Oddment Price 9S Odd Waists that sold from $2.98 to $3.50, Oddment Price $1.98 Odd Georgette Silk and Voile Waists that sold up to $6.98, Oddment Price $2.98 Odd Silk Waists that sold up to $8.95, Oddment Price $4.98 TRIMMED HATS That formerly sold for $10.00. Our very best hand-made hats Oddment Price $3.95 Odd Skirts Odd colors, including a few carried over summer models; $5 to $7 Skirts, Oddment Prices $2.9S-$3.98 Odd Infants' and Children's Wear Infants and Children's Wear, con sisting of Dresses, Sweaters, Bath Robes, Flannelette Night Gowns, Rompers, Bloomers, Petticoats, Middy Blouses, All at Oddment Prices Odd Sweaters Consisting of Tie-back, Tuxedo and r; Novelty models, that have been selling regularly at $3.98 to $12.50 Oddment Prices $1.4S-$1.9S E. MANN Ladies' Kimonos that regular ly sold for $2.98 and $3.50, Oddment Trice 91.98 Ladies' Odd Flannelette Gowns were $1.48 and $1.98, Oddment Price 98 Ladies' Odd Gowns, were $1.98 and $2.25, Oddment Price 91.48 Ladies' Odd Gowns, were $2.98 to $3.50, Oddment Price 91.98 Ladies Billy Burkes and Pa jamas, odd lots that sold for $1.98 to $2.98, Oddment Prices 91.25 and 91.69 lis Ladies' Billy Burkes and Pa jamas that were $2.98 and $3.50, Oddment Price 91.98 $1.25 Wool Hose, several col ors, Oddment Trice 9S Odd Children's Hose, nearly all sizes. Were 29c, Oddment Trice 15 Odd Yarns in a variety of col ors; regular 29c and 50c yarns, Oddment Trices, 15S 29 Odd Petticoats, many attrac tive colors. Were $3.98 and $4.98, Oddment Trice 92.98 Odd Blankets, slightly soiled, At 1-3 Regular Trices Odd Blankets, were $1. OS, Oddment Trice 91.48 Odd House Dresses, in nearly , every sine, that sold for $2 and $a, Oddment Trice $X.1K 45-iiU'h, Pillow Case Cotton, good, durable quality. Has been selling regular at 59c, Oddment Price Sue Remnants A table loaded with 1-, 2-, 3-, 4- and 5-yard lengths and every item marked at Oddment Prices Odd Handkerchiefs, plain and initial. Slightly soiled, At About 1-2 Price f 1 I it. T.- ,1 f 1 1 5 1 f 1 i i