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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1922.
A fund is being raise! in Eng'aml Torn Smith, the old-time, hcavywei who fcufeht Jake-Milrain years ago. A measure to to race 1 rssck- tn on; t :'' i!n-i -I iii the w l.Iy. tin :itl : 1 1 1 -n dollar is to he hi U general as.- for ft fee A ill- i'ill- 0 y Mass., whore ortmg Hews :bb red-beared Public Supper Given by the Women of Mccseheart Legion IN G A. K. HALL January 28 From C to S p. m. MENU Native Rorsst Fork, brown sravy Mashed Potato , Cabbage Naiad. Eeet Relish Cranberry Sauce. Pickles Assarted Cake Lemon, Custard and Spiash Pie Rolls and Coffee PRICE .-0 CENTS DR. OLSON WINS SKI JUMP PRIZE Nesttiaies Leap of 74 Fret With No l'a!!s at White Mountain Winter Carnival. NORTH CONWAY, X. II.. Jan. 2$. Wonderful weather conditions pre- iiii'ii yo:;ter;ay lr the sccoini day 01 White Mountain winter carnival. where the inters. e fact that the collection of now numbers aliout 20, M.Ciav. tVuml room for another young t wirier ler.iav. '1 lie newcomer is one George I'. Mael-'arland, last year with the Springfield Eastern league team. He; is a right-hander end compiled such an. excellent record last year that he w as j recommended to McGraw and was signed) vesterdav. MacFarland lives in Pitts burgh and his home is said to be in very shadow of Forbes Field, the rater.' playground. pitcher FALCO TEAM TO PLAY ATHLETICS the Pi- LATCHIS T HEATRE V th a wonderful program of winter sporis was presented for tiie entertain ii! lit a large crowd of onhiokers. 'i'he feature was the ski-jumping con test. heH en th greatest ski course in Amrrlca.. Cathedral I.edg; This course is very difficult, and. among the 17; jumps made by experts, only seven were perfect. Cf the perfect jumps, young' Clarence Oleson of Uerlin. N. II., one. of tie youngest ski jumpers in America,1 celebrated his Kith birthday by two per-1 f -t jumps of more than 4S feet eai'h. ; Dr." Ad,lf Cls.o! of Portland. Me., fori live years open champion of Canada,' 'aptiired the lirst prize with a jump of 71 feel, with no falls in his three trials. Epgel Anderson of the Nansen club of I!ei!in ran him a close second, making a GOLD EATING HINDU COMING TO TOWN 'iUl'.'p jimp of 7r' feet six inches, but was pen alized is; iVit for a fall. He later broke the jumping record of the course by an i of 77 feet. lather ot Clarence, and jumper in the country, place, but with numerous of the Nansen club, fur of thrills. I'obbv Heed. urn ll eia! (lip ( ilesi '11, the oldest ski failed to get a other members nished plcit Monday and Tuesday in one of his jump crashed into Oluf climbing the chute, sen received a bad :. lost his balance and Oleson as he was and as a result tile cut over the left eve. pjf I i ;i i ' 1 1 in"' fj ! u-e in a i i liter sports ; 'i'.ti.'ci ion wil A j tional Park, w a ! ,.., i.ir's i v (vi ta N ft 1 9 li -i:n-.- y tzr hi M G Jf$1aK9. NA H GIANT PITCHERS I X I Shea, ferlM I I Si pi:' y 62 fl fiTS S 4g& U'- Reton-tho last ii Wf. ?U TJf NTVJ WSS Kt'KsL i: - ri-,-1 from tlie Port.mo &SmteMmjtt HM'SSk S! Virginia league. El .TO S2 3 H contract came from Ilolyoko, k tested Si-- , Tli's was the-only accident of the day. A crew of men from Washington, rep resenting the T'nited States department i f agriculture. Mere busy during the day taking moving pictures of the sports, for oising interest in outdoor win- in the White mountains, in with White Mountain Na- iieh is fast becoming the people s playground. SIGN. y Ilyan ar.d Rcnfon Send in Docu- roents New Man Secured". Ninv YOPvK. Jan. 2. Signed con tracts for three more athletes were wafted ir.t the Giants oliiees v ester- av. The documents came from a trio t' plteho-s Pat Shea. Pill Uyan and timed ;i recruit nth club of the Champion Wrestler of India to Grapple with George W. Iiailey in Au ditorium Februarj' 10. A wrestling bout of the first magnitude is hooked for the Auditorium Friday night. Feb. 1. when .Tatrinda Charan Goho-Gobar. the champion Hindu heavy weight wrestler of the world, will meet George W. ISailey of Prattleboro. heavy weight champion of New England. P.oth are contenders for the world's title. Goho-Gobar is a native of Calcutta, is rJS years old and weighs 2.'?0 pounds. lie is six feet two inches tall and is one of the wrestling sensations of the times. lie possesses great strength, ns does Iiailey, and in a recent match in Norfolk be won the first fall from P.ailey, but the latter took the second and third and the match. Gobar not only is arreat wrestler, but he is a graduate of the I'niversity of Cal cutta and won .honors at that institution in political economy, history and Knglish literature. He says he will stay jn this country until he grabs the world's cham pionship. He and other rich Indian wrestlers claim to eat pure gold while in training for a match. They claim it makes them stronger. The gold leaf is mixed with honey and silver leaf, and the concoction is eaten at least once a week. The gold, Gobar says, stimulates while the silver has a cooling effect. He says he brought Jsl.fMMI worth of gold and silver leaf to this country. He accepts nothing for his work as he is wealthy ami is after glory only. lie goes about attired in native cos tume, including a magnificent turban of silver cloth, a present from the Mahajara, and silken sashes. WINDSOR HIGH TO PLAY HERE TONIGHT Has Heaten Spartans and Hright woods and Should Make Athletics Hump Game Monday Night. Dear Lester: Well! Les. guess I wamt far out ther way Iniut that game bein a humdinger with them Spartan guys an as ter bein closer it could be dun and been a game. You probly dont no it but ther team warnt in very good shape fer that game. Corse yer could see sum of ther fellers was ott thare game specially in shut ing, Patch was probly the worst off of any of the fellers. laint publicky novvn but he was suf ferin from external indigestion an xpianis khy he shuted so many times an didn't git much results. That hurt-ther teem sum an then Jo ker he war nurvus for fecr he wouldnt git the 5 baskets he was sposed ter git. 1 aint seen him since ther game to no how he splained it sost everythin war all rite but then 1 guess he probly play sum more cause yer cant spect a gink is gonter git 5 or more every game. If yer sea him jes ask him if lie got home alrite an that 'll save me askin him Iniiit it an bavin tor rite yer to tell ver wot he sez. Now here's sum reel dope if Batch git well, Joker can git awav ter plav agin and Iturn, Jumbo and plumb didn't get all wore tint at ther las game this game nex Monday pin otter be the slikist thing jut on bear this sesiu yet cause them Fa loo guys w ots gonta be hear has beet both the Bright woods and the " --ans which shows that thev is jes a little fa -ter envthin wots leen hear vet. Plumb sez ter other nite that ther games was gelt in faster evervtime an pretty soon they'd be bookin the fastest tetm in Xoo York ( it v but that the fel lers would probly all stav home that nite so-t they could cloze the soziu without get i in beet. Anyhow them Fak-o iiys U thpr fastest teem wots been here this sezin an will probly give ther Athletiks sum reel work out but cord in to Crystal the fellers otter be able ter beet ther Falcns so lm predik tin that they'll win. Corse if thev dont a:i i got ter say is tnnt Crystal tote me they war gonta an that'll let me out. .Now if yer wanta see sum fast work and good basketball cum up Monday P. M. an hide yer breth. If yer apt to have dizzy spells yer bettor stay away cause ther teems is ant ter go round ther hall so fas think er on a merry-go-round and aint no place fer a gink wot. gets verll that dizzy. SIT1). NEVER BEFORE SCREENED 1 1! BASKETBALL . . . ion- u .''. ft sss li Monday, January ..!. O'clock FESTIVAL HALL ' Falcos of Holyoke vs. Iirattleboro Athletics League Game Kay. Path vs. Cadets Admission, including tax, 50 Children, including tax, 15 30 rents rents Meets II. II. S. Team First Time in Sev eral Years luteals Depend on New Defense System. The local high school quintet meets lie f;)st Windsor high five in Festival hall tonight. Windsor high has not met the locals on the basketball fl-or in sev eral years. s they are out after a vio torv in I heir lirst meeting. The following men are eligible to play en the local high school quintet in to night's game: Kenneth H. Pabbitt, H'hling Anderson. Warren P.ennett, Harold Deyo. Robert Harlow and Rob ert Wayg. .The locals will depend on their new defensive system to keep the up-state boys guessincr. This is the same system that had the Claremont high boys "iz'.'ed in their game with the locals last week. (From a Iite Kdition YestertLiy.) BELLOWS FALLS HAS BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Alfred Darling is confined to bis home on Clark avenue with rheumatism. j Miss Eleanor Murphy of Putney is spending the day in town with friends. Judge A. TO. Cudworth of South Lon donderry is in town today on business. Ralph P. Churchill of Canal street is recovering from an illness with intes tinal grip. Miss Rebecca Yanliuren of, Stowe has taken a position as operator at the tele phone exchange. Miss Violet r.ills, who bad been visit ing friends in Saxtons River, has re turned to Newfane. Miss Evelyn Marsh, who had been visiting friends in town, has returned to her home in New York. Carl Hollander, who is spending some time at his home on Western avenue, left this morning for New York on business. Attorney O. It. Hughes returned this morning from South Londonderry, where he had been since Wednesday on business.1 Robert Edwards of 117 Main street, mason at the Iirattleboro Retreat 22 years, has finished work at the Retreat. 11. Ti. Telfer, who is critically ill in the Memorial hospital following an operation for ruptured appendix, remains about the same. Mr! and Mrs. John M. Hackley of Greenfield spent yesterday here with Mrs. Hackley 's aunt, Mrs. F. A. Whit ney of North Main street. Cedrie E. Reynolds of P.ellows Falls was in town over last night to conduct the second in a series of lessons in first aid before the telephone employes. J. II. Cuminings of lloston, who is con nected with, the Veterans' Hureau. has been in town this week on business and was registered at the Itrooks House. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sisk of New Lon don. Conn., who were called here bv the death of Mrs. Sisk's father. J. T. Den ning, returned lnursuay to tneir Home. Maurice O'Donnell came last night from. Fitchburg, where be is employed, to spend the week-end with Mrs. O'Donnell at his home in the Wheel club building. Mrs. Dalton Aver and son, Paul, of Al stead, N. IL. and Mrs. x Wesley Rollins and daughter, Mariorie, of Nashua, N. H., are guests of Mr. and Airs. George Ilodgkins of South Main street. Harold Adams of Fitchburg. who is employed by the New England Telephone & Telegraph company, is here to visit over the week-end with friends. William Harrett of Windsor, also an employe of the telephone company, is in town over the week-end. ski -joring through Main street and a re lay race on snow-shoes, after bonfire skating on the Community rink. The lbree-day carnival will be brought to a close vith the annual outing club ball. More than .r0 people enjoyed a lf" mile sleigh ride to Rockingham, where a maple sugar supper was enjoyed. PffTENTS Write fer Full Particulars and Tenns HIGHEST REFERENCES BEST RESULTS PROMPTNESS ASSURED WATSON E. COLEMAN Patent Lawyer 624 F. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Sheik Ahmed Ben Hassan was the leader of one hundred tribes. He was worshipped by his follow ers even alntve Allah, 'but he met his match in the proud English beauty. Don't miss the scene where he tries to break the will of the madcap girl. This is hut one of a hundred high-spots in as thrilling a photo play as you ever saw. George 3Ielford's Production THE Shells With AGNES AYRES and IilDOLPH VALENTINO P.y E. M. Hull Monday and Tuesday Princess Theatre $20,000 FIRE LOSS ! who is a member of the New Hampshire I public service commission, was here over A B Fe irs Come and Htive arrei 01 tit the Grand Mardi un Gras TO BE HELD IN Festival Hall, February 1, 3 and 4 2, IIULYOKERS F.ST BUNCH. a m Gcuree of a whols Oregon nver oattery uope There are a lot of places offering to give your bat tery a fresh start in life by putting "dope" in it. As a matter of fact there isn't any kind of dope made that will take the place of recharging and proper care. If your battery does really need acid it is far cheaper and cafer to come to Battery Head quarters to have it put in. Whether your battery is a Wil lard cr Dot, bring it to us if it can be done at a saving to you, we'll Ect it on its feet in the quickest possible time. Harry D. Wilbur & Co. 47 Elm Street Sundays. n. ;-,L3 TIic wild- ride and the attended rescue. Sav ing the man she loves at the very brink of the falis. They're all in Pl.iy Athletics Momlajir-Iiay Path ami Cailvts in Preliminary'. The Falcos of Ilolvoke will be seen in action against the local Athletics hoopsters in Festival hall Monthly nij.ht in what promised to be a corkinn rooiI basketball rame. The Falcos have le featetl the I5ri;rht wootl A. C'. team, which pave th" fans Mich a line exhibition of basketball in their came with the Ath letics two weeks aco. ami they have tle featetl alo the Spartans by a close score. The Athletic have shown some A-l basketball in the games playeil thus far this season, ami the Falcos will have to 1!' riglit on their job to leave the locals in the rear. '"Pum" Hunlevy has been speetiiu?; un with every game. so be oiifcht to keep half the Falcos chasing bini while tin' re-t of the locals are tlvoppin in the baskets from the floor. The preliminary game will be between the Go tlets ami the P.ay Path Institute, ami if the Institute boys show the same class that they did apainst Company I list week the Cadets will have to be right on their toes. Monarch Mfg. Co. Plant and One House PuriKtl Three-Alarm Blaze at j .".:u Thursday Kveninr. j (Special to The Reformer.) 1 . PKLLOWS FALLS. Jan. 127. ' Fire which did damage estimated at about .SliO.tllHl last night destroyed the plant of the Monarch Mfg. Co. on Par ker street, gutted the home of Thomas .1. Fitzgerald and threatened the homes of Harry Kied anil Thomas Murray. ; The fire was discovered by Johu S. Harnett, a worker at the plant, about .,".-50 o'clock and three alarms called out ; all the tire-fighting apparatus of the jtown. About Jialf an hour after the tire i department reached the scene flames broke through on both sides . building aJitJ the inten heat last night, having come here in connec tion with the application of the Connecti cut Uiver Power Co. for permission to in crease its capital st ck. Miss P.essie Ii. Farnum will go this afternoon to Hartford, Conn., to visit Mrs. Isabel T. Jones until Tuesday. On Monday evening Mrs. Jones and Miss Farnum will attend a concert of the ehib. Free Dancing, Entertainment Novelties A RIOT DON'T MISS IT 'MAT'" T. when the be Sophie Braslau. Metropolitan Opera PROS COMK TO LIFE No Advance Prices FREE FOR CHILDREN ONLY From 5 cn.i rl to 12 years to see MONDAY at Do not conic earlier. If you you will not be ad.n'ttel. .older persons are sdaiHted epetial perfwinance. - r i n ! ! j Open Evenings ar.u p j Representing Willard p Storage Batteries y ::z m "T. - "- u - v. . ' . v eld Hii i .r:i .1. Wi 1 m S.13 Uli " i do 1 No & tM I; HOPKINS gj., Win Howling Match from Antis First Time This Week. The Pros gained .'5." pins on the Antis in the Masonic bowling tournament last night, when team -1 of the Pros defeated team 4 of the Antis l.s.-, to l.'jr.O. This is the first, match which has been won by teoiu of Pros in this week's schedule. Fitch of the winners had the best single string. Kill, as well as the highest three string total, -'.)'). The scores : Pros -Team 4. si ss sr. sc. 7Ct s:j r,2 lor, S2 7S 7C !ll (.'.) impossible to tight the .11 times from near the tire. The streams were then switched around to the south end to the brick annex. At the same time the lire men turned their endeavors to saving 'three residences on Parker street, which sttxttl only '10 or 40 feet away from the 'burning building. The Monarch Co.. whose plant is a two and one-half story wooden building formerly occupied by the P.ellows Falls Pulp and Plaster Co. north of the Stand ard Paper Co., does a waste paper busi ness, taking the waste wax paper in bales from the Robertson Paper Co. and carting it to its plant, where the wax is removed .by n chemical process, saving the wax anil : waste pa ficr. The lirst and second floors of the main building were . tilled with baled wax paper, the inflammable nature of the material making the tire lighting , more difficult. The lire started on the second lltmr, where paper was stored and at about the time the lire was discovered an explosion occurred which probably was caused by the heat ami the chemicals in the wax. The home of Mr. Fitzgeraltl caught tire under the gable at the roof ami pretty thoroughly gutted the building before it was under control. The homes of Mr. Rled ami Mr. Murray were scorched. Hartford Philharmonic guest soloist will contralto of the company. Mr .anil Mrs. George P.arre have "lwoil ! their household goods from the Manley apartments ami put them into storage, j Mr. P.arre left today for ' Springfield. Mass.. to take a nositiim with the ITml- i of the i son-Essex company. Mrs. P.arre will re-, made it rrniia here for the present with the tele- TKLL CHICK SKX Distinction AT HATCHING. by Colors of I lowe, ( 'ruger, St reefer, Sparks, FitehT 2o t 'J41 J. J.'ei phone company, where at the exchange she is an operator i ACCIDENT AT CHESTER FETE Totals 40.") 4i'2 Antis Team 4. 7.". S3 S!) sr. sr. 77 s:t so 7S s,;j 4r.s- S7-10-7S- s.v S.l- 2ir, 27.'i L'40 24S; 2U I Iuestis, Hall. ( 'orson, Miller, l'igg&tt, Totals I Milton Academy., of Milton, Mass., has; eleven hotkey teams practising on six; rinks. 410 40S 432 1,2.j0!4, V'st? h ' that plum Determined riumagc. NEW YORK. Jan. 2S. Means for discovering, upon hatching, the sex of a chick formerly unknown for six or eight wcel;s has been found by inheri tance tests by the Slorrs Experiment Station at Connecticut Agricultural college, which on March 1 proposes to distribute to certain farmers birds of i known sex. ? The announcement was made yester day by 1 !. Leslie C. Dunn, attached to; the station, who is attending the pool-' 1 try show here. Dr. Dunn pointed out, 1.1183 i that this discovery was of great economic importance to the chicken raiser, who; now coultl lie sure lie was, purcnasingi females if he desired to produce eggs or! males if he was raising chickens for i market. Moreover, knowledge of the sex would permit immediately proper j fending for either purpose. Tests have shown. Dr. Dunn said. plumage colors are inherited in Mr. and Mrs. Gaffney of Iioston and Miss Cambridge of Grafton Hurt In Sled Ski Jump. CHESTER. Jan. 2S. The second day of Chester's carnival was marrfd Jv a serious accident to Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam J. Haffney of Iioston. During the ski anil toboggan events of the morning they ami four others tried to take the hi&h ski jump in their sled in order to favor a Iioston newspaper photographer with a picture. Their nerves were so shocked in the impact of the fall that they fell into unconsciousness. One of their comrades raced over the hills on snowshoes for two miles to sum mon a doctor, ami the others worked upon them in an effort to bring them to. Mr. (laffney was revived for a moment, but the sight of his prostrate wife made him swoon again. They were brought to the hotel in an improvised led ambulance. The physi cian reported' their condition last eve ning as comfortable. Miss Winifred 'ambritlsre of Grafton received a broken nose in the same fall. The schools ami factories declared n geneial holiday to permit young and old to attend the sports at the skating rink. Today's events were opened by the finals oil . the toboggan and ski courses. Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 1 A General Reduction m of Price On All Our Goods Will Take Place BREAD will be 9 and 14 loaf DOUGHNUTS 22 dozen PIES 20 COOKIES 12r dozen ALL 18c CAKES 15 each ROLLS 15 dozen And so on down the line. This means a re duction of from 10 per cent to 30 per cent on all our goods IN PRICE but NOT in quality or quantity. Our Aim Shall Be as Always QUALITY FIRST POTATO CHIPS, 50 per lb. Fresh daily FREE DELIVERY HOME BAKERY SOUTH MAIN STREET. TEL. 465 v. .o-.VT. 1-1 I T ' criss-cross fashion; that is, a male chick has characteristie of the female parent and the female chick of the male parent. For examp'e, in the breeding of a Iiarred Plymouth Rock female ami a Rhode Islam! Red male, the male hicks would be barred, with white top- , knots.' j Dr. Dunn explained that this method ! was purely .one of sex-discrimination. ! He added' that chicks usually hatched ."0-30 and that no method had been found for controlling sex. KEENE'S MUSICAL CONCERT. More 'New Valentines Not only for Sweethearts, but for Friends, Mother, Dad and the Kiddies. THE FLORIST Male Chorus Gives liest .Entertainment New Ymk Soloists! KEENE. X. II . Jan. 2S. Music lov ers of Keeno and vicinity numbering about JM attended the mid-winter con cert by the male chorus of the Xverne Chorus club in city hall last night. The chorus was assisted by two soloists from New York. It was one of the best con certs ever presented by the organization. Edward F. Ilolbrook was t'.ie chorus ac c inpanist ami Miss Timlin C. Huntress, solo accompanist. The chorus consisted of 110 yoiees. which bad been trained for the past three months under the direction of Mr. CofCn. A varied program was rendered. The soloists were Marie Stap'.eton Mur ray, soprano, of Nw York. She is a s-ioist in the First Christian Science church in Xew York. Redferne llol lingshead. tenor, of New York, was the ether soloift. We Have Just Received a Shipment of N Silk Floss 100 Prime Kapoc, These Mattresses Are Worth $25 Be Placed On Sale resses Roll Edge and Will 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, AT MORAN & ROHDE Undertakers and Furniture Dealers 57 Main Street Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 351-W VJ.'. -S' Vt MjT?'Jlif Vt7.'a.JtWPi.V n M JS33S 1 .