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TFTE ''BRATTLEBCVRO DAILY REFORMER. ..THURSDAY,- FEBRUARY. 0, 1022. ,
Sporting News
VERMONT "TURKEYS"
TO PLAY TONIGHT
the
cony eoiiesc cyclops blown up ! BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL
BY GERMAN SHIP!
SENATE PASSES ' '
MARKETING BILL
I ized, is row coaching
! baseball eooad.
Kddie Kiiiu-. manager of Tom Gibbons,
! sas that the St. l'aul battler is the only
''E? Plosion Destroyed Both Vessels Mys- VitiMrsV j!IMnrt?n. ol11 . Co-oiMrative Associations Exempted from
I championship. tery of Four Years ASo Ex- 1Ia(Pcv Gibson ,J8H murm(, fronl Chcs- Anti-Trust Law-Wtary for.
i Wiih the groat Chief Croc, the Indian plained in Wierd Tale. Itr whcVe lie spent several weeks with Agricultural I.loe.
star tlu in.hty Stewart, ami ine eier-. W,,IX0.TOX Fcj, 9 The diap- relatives. WASIIIXGTON Feb. 0. The house
f , ir-limtThe rwt word pcarance of the American naval collier, Thomas Connors has begun work this co-operative marketing bill was passed
land Why team is about the last ivora 1 (.jiared Mp iu u ..k in fll0 ,.ylinder press room of-the by the senate late yesterday. Only one
in tint) weii.iors. .-. th? ttliiiK" of war claims against Vermont Printing company. . ; j vote, that of Senator Gerry, Democrat,
. Manager 18 ranch Kit-Key and ( oach Joe 0ernmi,v' which.'is to start soon. , i B Teifer is making a good recovery r "f Jth. de Island, was cast against the
su-dein both ot whom. were catcher in ft ,,ut oUt pf Parbados nearly . i"",ui h.i,i tJLi onera- measure. , . . . ;
their iilavuiii dats.f .wril :wari- 114 tne f ,.. for I'totcl Stntc nort. . " 7 " : I, . ' V ." -.V f Two other senators. Krandecoe. Ke-
I'ur. naU' inline in the t r in 11)' CtUH P .."' .1... .....1.:.,. .i.,: I,.., "" ,u'"u'"" t
camp at Orange, leva
publican, of Connecticut, and King.
fn fi,iMi r,l miiwmiltv
Mneo men noinins uenniie r.as ueeu . . , . . t. . f.r 'uumnn, m Lit m, ....
known of her i Miss Cor:l '-atherhead and mother ot 1)omo4.rur of ftali. were paired against
Oih.r big league club owners might pro) Today a weird tale of a German 'or -' PrinS,!,7''t aie reeoveru.., iivf . the measure and withheld their votes,
fit bv the examole t the Giants in pay- Aimti-iin mother shin us the assassin two-weeks illness with grip. , The vote was 5S to 1 and the senates
i,;.T tlipir maiiMc.vr hi.' monev4 With the.r.ani to Iirlit for the first time from the T. other II. Miller has resumed work action was retarded by some as the most
I'iur.tu it is tlu boss. .John MctJraw. ,,f 4ilt. i,ai-!4l iiite11iircnc service. for the 'rosbv Millimr (iimiiaiiy after an , sweeoins of the victories yet attained
and not some star rdaver who lraws
WILLI AMH VI EEE.
Mrs. V. C. Thayer has been housed .with I
tosilit is. . ' , "
Mrs. John Clark went Monday to Put-,
ney to visit several days. j
Mrs. If. K. Johnson went Monday to
Brattleboro to spend the week.
Services at the Methodist church next
Sunday morning will be appropriate to
Kemains to De Seen Whether Gobbling
Will He Done by Ludlow or Drat
tlcboro, Spud Declares.
Dear Lester:
Well! Ias, wce had Conuekticut ban
ta.ii s, an Massachusetts buards, now
wise nonta have the best of e:n all, V er
ino.,t lurJcejs, I iljnt mcRii n' Thanks
givicg but ter nito, and Ludlow is where
thnv is cummin f nun but whether
thee or th-r Athletics is coin ter do ther down the biggest salary on the, team
k'oLdui remains ter be seen. These 1-aid-i'
low burds been makin U)ts ot noise ii;
round t hare own yard but Crystals sez
Jnnibo has been swinsfin a ,ax all day
yesterday an feels like he otter be able
ter make a killin. The only thing ter
prevent him frum doiu it will be ther
rest of ther giuks wot he travels round
with, coarse it' they get ter runtiin round
to tas thare apt ter skare ther burds
fost Jumbo cant ketch 'em.
In kase ytr mite tit mixt up on this
dope I better menlnon that this is in
side inflaniation on ther basketball game
fer tonite yer probly knowd it but 1
havter bo sure sost yer wont be go'm
to do no meet niarkit lookin fer ther
burds iusted of goin ter Festival hall.
Las time I seen lTunib lie sez that
long nocked gink wot played him las
game either b;te or stepped on his arm
he dont ii which can-e he war so inter
ested in titer game ho cou'dut tell but
anyhow his arms war awful lain. He'll
probly git it tixt up sost he can use it by
8.15 ter nite alrite.
1 hurd sum good do)e on Joker an T
amt sposed ter sav imtlnn bout it but
sc-ain as how
ii e.ition that up ter Kellers falls one
thrr Athletieks supporters war talkin
ter sum fellers up thare an 1 P.ellers
Falls filler sez. ther ole timers is nlljti-horo to
nine now amt tnev an i tier one mat visneu hit
war kinder interested in Joker sez well
I guess not Joker is here. Nobody would
use him of bein an ole timer less they
looked liitn oer kareful causi- they aint
no s av!'i or ring bones aparent. if yer
wach him klo-e tho yer'il notice he
ki'.da litn; s sum.
S;o;t'd vir ootised how TI:l t I'll cot Ills ,,1., ; f, o inlnntliMi ...winl
. y, hack an put ther ball inter ther hoops ( , s p bv ,(f WLp.iatIvnie has been a
a?tu? ait "V Y -r0t a'Vnr business visitor in town, staying at E.
twill take sumtl'in besides a tra c cop ter 1 v U 1 t '
Pto,, him. l-vn war ki-d-.T tor blame TSo" Misses Nellie and Fannie Edwards
fer ,h:.r way Ivifeh : cmned back .ww I,.-. nMura h:tvo been visiting their
rtt th in t l-.nds s darn tired chasm , ' , , , ,, ,.
him round ther hall that thov dkh.t kare fa r a"' 1,1 ,'tl,'; , . ,
wether an vl.odv Minted or not. 1,1,1 Mi-ses Eleanor and l.th.d K.b-
Wcli: mi- better cum up an wot hey attended the teachers convention at
those Vernon? crs can do towards stopm l.ratt ietw.ro last wc. k. liidukah
ill. tt,P.t I Iiev n'nt bt'cn ai.v if, Air ntut Airs (' Ilnnhnr went to ! ,.v,., i nrr
1 ' '
jcainc to light for the tirst time from the;
. tI.-j of t Fit- naval intclliirencp service. f
The man who give the naval intelu- absence of two we-ks with grip. by the farm bloc nmce, m accepting tne
mm Ki-rvicA its reoort is Lvman Seelev. ai.. . t.. ;.i .,,. ,. :n .r, ;itnrftiv ' house bill with amendments, the senate
rr- ' ....... - - i - ' -vii.-. i'a in Vri v o in i- . . .
laimmi isianu, , j:.,ranol. m.,sj tn viviif few days overroue us own juuiciarj
At.. i Mml- i which had -reported a substitute
till iJt.-i ii i'i .-, a. . tii'
MJs.s Nelliei: Itetlding of Springfield.
.Mass.. who is visinng at ncr inmi- , f .liir,,,.,,,, .-iti, ti,a Iiikk
Hinsdale, is a visitor here tday witu u passed by the senate the bill re
friends. I tains the provisions which relievo the
Louis Ratte of Ilockland, Mass., travel- j t.0Hperative associations from the appli-'
ing salesman, has been a visitor here ; t.a(;()1 f)j Lhw. prohibiting trusts or un-
antl .Mrs. fiT business practices, placing the au-
who lives on tho lone
atrt.ut lo miles from Uellingharn, Wash.
His story runs thus:
) A Japanese, sailor landing in the is
1 land community lat summer sought in
i formation of u woman a German cour
' ier of whom S-eley had been supposed
i to have knowledge. According to the
lananese, tne woman anu no were pui
overrode its own judiciary committee
i which had reported a substitute measure.
.The substitute was defeated. to 4.
The bill now goes to conference for ad-
Lincoln day
Mrs. ('. K. Stedman. who underwent,
an operation in the Elliot hospital iu,
Boston Feb. 1. is doing well. j
Mis Mildred Parsons will load the
Christian LmUavor meeting Sunday evc
1 ning. Subject, Better Purposes.
li-s Marion Fairman went Wednes-,
.lay to AVorcester to visit. She also will
5sit in Boton and Springfield before her,
return.
.Mrs. Faun 5o Gaines, who spent several
weeks in the home of her son, F. L.
, Gaines, has returned to her homo in
Greenfield..
Th? villace school was closed last
woman anu he were
aboard the Gorman or Austrian amp this week with his parents, Mr.
Waiblinsrcn. which put out of Austrian 1". Katte.
1 thoritv to determine when such acts have
i waters in the spring of 1018 for the West Floyd Franklin, clerk in the retail do-; been committed
Indies to act as a mother ship for Ger- p.u-t,nVnt of the Dunham P.rothers com- J agriculture.
man suLinariiM s tneie. panv. is confined to his home on vanati
i lie wkiiiuii iinj a iii.iiFit: i-i sti-of.t !)- illness
with the secretary of
tho Gorman uovorument, and in
of
some
I
Fred II. Harris loft this morning for J
Hanover. N. II.. to attend the three-day j
Waiblingen, changing
of Miiite, put in at
wav to the Indies.
.Arrived at tho West Indies,
" "u , , ii. i
ver wont tell nobodv 1 mite iuursua ami u;ua.i wunc '""', oer
ter Pollers Falls one of . -vrs. -M.uireo radons . u.m. m
t'-::cli;'is I'onveniion ai iran:cooio. j
Miss Minnie Hill, who came to Brat-'
which tho Japanese v as carrying. The 1 ''l:-' ",u7wn ,tr il .i' I
her name to Mate " . c
Gibraltar on the 1 lie carnival opens u.uay.
I l- n : - l..,..-;.l....r 1
she on- 11. I., formerly of this town, who had
ci unTercd the electrically driven Cyclops, been a guest here of Mr. and -Mrs. lier
rtrangest ship of its kind in the world, mon V. Brook, has returned home,
and out off mines which blew tho collier w. E. Arnold of Sorincfield. Mass., who
to bits. Tho terrific explosion also jias fc,,,.,, n.V(. ;l week in the home of j
i caused the Waiblingen to sink. j,js imcle. Dr. A. I. Miller, is out again i
The Japanese, the woman and an on- toilav for the first time since his illness
Miss Frnncs Liius of Map!.- street has
resumed work in tho oEcm of the Hol-
con vent ion,
the teachers
sister. Mrs. V. M. Thomas,
before returning to her school in Hoald-
vilio.
WEST TOWNSIIEND,
Dr. George T. Gale is able to bo out
again. !
Tho Christian Endeavor society is'
managed to get into a motor noai
I .f.. lVniMlinmn can - itT Si. 1111. I
a r. They were tired . n but tho Japanese
c-a :md that thoA' made their wav to
Galveston. Tex.,
the other two.
where lu lost trace of
ptein-Friesian association afier having
been confined to her homo with an attack
of tonsilitis.
.Mrs. i larence Mimu oi i.rio, ,...,m.. ,r ,i, ,. ,,f t!l),
MU1LM.II.M. ;Wjh) nn.i wen visinng ici.uive.-. m -M i,iU.rosts. as represented by the state
James Farrinsrton. jr.. is st ill unable 1:1 V:V" ' " 'V'.1" U.V " V1 ; 7 Grama- and for those who spoke tor the
to U- about on account of illness with w ? M.nin at ra dr-io!-. i
inlluenza. .I-arden s on South Mam stie. l. j, Ti!on. r. prceuting tho M.issa-'
?,Tiss Suliivan, a higVscliool teacher1 A'rs. Frederick Coinlra.v ot Vw thcrs-i , l, u-.ot t s oh; imle-r of commerce, recorded
u';!,;.,inB cn.o-t tlij. u-nil--i ti. I i i neiu. conn, .is expected tomorrow u o.- :i , ,,,, ions local iiiamners lor uaiii:iu
ARGU3IENTS ON
DAYLIGHT SAVING
Maj-sachasetts Grange and Kailroads 0p-
pose It Chambers of Com
merce for It. ;
BOSTON. Feb. 9. At tho opening of
the legislative hearing yesterday on the
daylight saving issue, Senator Lyman
! Griswold of Greenfield,-author of the
bill of the repeal. law, submitted to the
legal affairs committee an alternative
proposition, for local option by which
each city and town might decide for it
self whether it would have daylight sav
ing. ;
Demand for repeal was as strong as
sTicultural
. t Today -Presents ,
THE VITAGRAPH SPECIAL PRODUCTION
' . ; . . . ..
EARLE , WIIXIAMS
IN HIS GREATEST PHOTOPLAY
B IE III JLJLlBil Ail-
By H. II. Van Loan
Exlra Screen Magazine
EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
13
C-H-A-N-
D-K-A
;i-s
;ton, sper
"eta Sawyer.
Mrs. Cora Chase entertained
f l.r friends Sr.nday in honor
bin Inlay anniversary.
Mrs. Fred Allri.-h of Wiliniu
ri'ianiii' a low iihvs wan ncr
C. (
'rosby..
here
:ton i
.arents
t Mr. and Mrs. Wint'.eld Bi
j Mab.-l Hathaway was
i n-irht and Satunlav a'
1.
in town Friday
1 attended th.'
fair in Jacksonville Friday
fl -m t
aid- to
lOWi It
ia m
:.t
.ames 'e:
ilmvii thi-I" rive
em much, iT!v!!'
ca1. d-i siind'iin in i!
o't- r wuth yer linn- ar, lii
P' !'!i'y 'rit '-r p'opys wiuh
a'w.Ms !i,!v' mi fur tliis sc-in.
I'. S. ! aint makin no i redi.khon oa
ther game imwi' I ciuih d so klosc las
gan:.-- 1 mit it it ii -s rile then yor'd
s.n- th?r fillers to!e l ie how twa- cumin
out.
been Kiitiand Tuesday to
- th.-s(. Lud-drs. II. f. Phillip.-:,
lat l'mo. It i r's wife.
w an yer '11 1. Tb( Sn.,sj,;,,(. Sl,,
jat the h. uie of Mark
. nirig. AH but one of
:-la-:s were iir'sent.
W-ro Served.
! Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
iwho iiave Iw-'.n somewiiat
it tend the funeral of j
Mr. Dunbar's broth--, ,
NEW HIGH SINGLE MAKE.
Miller Bowls iUt as Antis Heat Pros by
Cose Scar?.
The Antis team I defeated the Pros
team 1 in the Masonic bowling tourna
ment last night. I.'JS! to "I.L'TG. Miller
of the winners, )iy bowling 1-1 for his sec
ond string, set up a new high single string
reoovd for tlds year's .tournament. Miller
r-lso had tho highest thre-string total f-f
the match, lis.0,. The scores:
Antis Team t.
Mrs. L. II. SmvvtT enlertaimd a part
wop en at whist Saturday afternoon
ir, honor of Mr-. Wncohr's birthday an
iv school d:is nn'tkivrMi-y.
Chapon Friday eve-J vr. and Mr. N'eMbol.l. Ye-ta and
the members of tho; j, ,Vil,ton Sawvor and Leah Oillott at-Ico-
reim and enke : tciided th.o nmsijuerailr ball in Wihniug
i ton Friday evening.
II. Lawrence. 'j j,,. ,..rtv iron Mountain Mills, who
iayed in their , MMia:ht 1 lie hotel building 'of M. J. Ander-
j plans, went Saturday to Bennington to ; .;on, nave taken ia-s .-'sion and have
spend some time ih tho home of Mrs. O. ' bo;;t "if workmen Iwiarding there.
lit- Clayton, Mrs. Lawrence s sister. " Arthur t lias-., formerly of this
' News has been received that Aubrey! and -now of Greenfield, Mass., was i:i
j E. Strntton is nicely located in Boston! town Saturday and remained oyer Sun
I and is taking a course of. civil engineering; Jay with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wheeler.
! at the Northeastern college. Mr. Strat-t W arren of Halifax is delivering
ton graduated from Leland and Gray ,v team dried lumber to L. If. Sawyer
last spring. He is a young man of nbil- this week to help till orders whi.-h Air.
ity and push and no doubt will succeed. Sawvcr has 'from ..the l'OWifr d
1 iif Davis'lSi ire?
guest over Sunday nt t.
.. f..,.. AVjinau Coudray will join his mother
'of her Saturday to spend tho weelccud.
Mr. and Mrs. Haymoml Brown left
.Monday nisrht f.ir tlieir home m I.uflalo.
N. V., after having visited lure several;
dl.vs with tier parents, Mr. and Mrs.
'Fred Bi-Liwn id. Bullock stn-ef.
! Mrs. ldella Ca-e vf Los Angeles. Cab,
v ho had been visiting here in the homo of
(Mr. .and Mrs. B. . Smith of Cro-by
i street, left this morning for I", .-ton to
isit some time before returning to her
homo in California.
j numerous
mu ing, an oiej tm-ni
jchani.er of commerce.
Mo -111 for continuance
the
which
of the
Greoniicld
The Master Iind Knows, Tells, Sees, All
Matinee 2.30. Evening 7 and 8.50" .
1
n -r
Voted
plan.
YJ2
WEST CI 1 LI OBI).
Mutililes ( hild's Hand.
tophen Mori itit li!. !-
Axe
Little
son i t ( i rus MerrUood.
. mh)-.1 into the sicd recent
: oidr brother ias split tin
lie slipped on tin' ice ami
tmvnisno him-i-lf threw nut his
I oi;z il oo III. a i, :jii!i!M
, cut t ; m ilf one tin
li e Melrose host, it
and Dr.
A.
ir-iH
a cai r-. in-;
U w hen a n
f 'e- wood,
in trying to
hand, strik
it open and
er. 1 lo was taken to
i! in Wot Brattleboro
ATHENS.
v of Grafton
pcnt
at
the
hcr
Lynch dresod tho hand.
Iluestis,
Hail.
Ci-rson,
Picrott,
Miller,
TUuU
Biirnham.
1 Jem en way,
Geort'e,
Sparks,
Fitch.
82
SO
ft-'
So
121
(U
fi(t
St"
SS
7t
211
i';t;
2r.:t
2VS
2;
sly ill
oavs
Vi-o-
U7 4d0
Team 1.
7 5
s;
ss
91
7U
77
70
02
101
7:v
S."V
2o7 '
2o4
2Vs
2. "ill
TotaL
4.',,t!
INVINCIBLES TIMBLF
Non Skids Keep on Feet in Alley Leagui
.Match..
The Noil Skids kept on their feet last
night in their Alley lngue bawling match,
while their opponents, the lnvincibles,
were going down hill. Tho result was a
1.2n.'l to L227 victory for the N'on Skids.
Haw rick of ti e losers had tho best' single
string, '.Hi. and also the highest tliree-t-tring
total, 271. The son-s :
Non Skids.
Connors MO 7! S." 2." I
t"aton, fi." 77 !M 2US
lionnett, S. SS 7Ci 217
Atkins. Sd p.- 2!'.",
E. Anderson, 70 17 S 2:;i
' Tota's. -US 412 43.". 1.20''.
Inv.'neiblos.
Sinclair. S2 7 it 72 2:li
Hav rick. si ss pit - 271
New ton." S: S." 71 2 to
F. Cook. 72 S'l 7:t 2:?4
V. Anderson, jsi Nil M ii 17
Totals, 4!s 420 :;;: i.227
WEST.MINSTEi:.
I vim Bali, who has be.ci- 'seriou
is much improved
Mrs. Iliiv Burgees spent a few-
last week in Bennington. i
Little Laura Fenn ha- niado a good'
recovery from a recent attack of tonsili-i
tis. i
Miss Cora Beck and Mis Ina Homon-;
wav attended the teachers' comtntiou
401 -1,281' in Brattleboro last Friday. i
I A candidate from Providence. It. L.l
win occupy the pulpit next rsunuay. -
large attendance is desired. :
Miss Amy Nolon of Claremont, N. IL:
was a week-end uuest of lier jiarents.
Mr. and Mr. Andoro Xelson. !
Miss Mary Fenn went Monday to'
Palmer, Mass., where she will spend a
I'ontli with her sister, Mrs. It. K. Har
r:s. Mrs. a. S. Becker and Mrs. B. ILi
Cushman of Vonkers. N. V., wore recent;
quests of their sister, Mrs. Fred 11.
Davis.
Mrs. Fr.-d IL Davis and -U-r. Mrs-!
Beiker. attended in Brattleboro Sator-i
day, the -ki-juinpin contest at whi'-h
tho ea- tern Cnitcd States amateur ski
record was made.
The pet regular Grange meeting will
be held Friday, Feb. 17. Th.- lecturer's
program on Amerieani -m will iv open
to the public. Th" Grange voted to hold
a dance and supper some time in the
month of February. A. S. Lewis i-
claii'iran ot the supper committee.
W
t
LIlMit Lvud.
who
ha boon in tin-
pnecr for the Bower Con
has bought the Newton
Melrose hospital two weeks for an oper
ation oa his head, is staying witli his
brother, Arthur I iulo, in Wist Brattle-lioro.
41,"
-1,270 '
P. Bin in-hard has sold his place to
M. Akh-v. Mr. Bhi. chard went
Wpaiiy c 5"edjHK)a w fco -"M riiifiiolil. Jla. loi visir,
! relat i t s. i ;
Mjss Pearl Faullvinr attended tho; M.-rntt Fisher was d's(-h:rg-d from
feaehors' conM-ntion in- Brattleboro th-. Memorial hospital iti Brattleboro,
Thursday and Friday and remained over Feb. and went to the .homo of his
to attend the ki carnival Saturday si-tor. Mrs. lirnest Fairbanks, in Wist
afternoon, returning home by team Sim- Brattlcln.ro.
day afternoon.
Mr. Olds, (mi
stru'.tioii Co.,
Upton place, in the village and takes
possession March 1. F.rnest Murdiwk,
who has rented and lived iu tho place,
the past few years, has bought the lied;
Morse house across the brook in the vil-J
lage and will move there soon. j
Mrs. Clara Boyd. 4-H, a former resident
of Wilmington, died of pneumonia, at
hrr home, which was- with her brother,
Winhehl Boyd, in tho Tair.tor district,,
early Sunday morning. She loaves sev
eral small children and two adult chil
dren. Tho oldest son. Myron, lived with
her. The oldest daughter -, the wife of
Luther Boyd of this town. The funeral
was held Tuesday at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Stowe, in Jaoksonvill
l.'av Bowl
week end at if. D. Morehouse s.
Maude Ben. is of Chester was
home from Thursday to Sunday.
Bav Bemis has finished work for Bob-'
ert Greenwood in Townhend and i.s at
home.
Guv Bowers and ( larai-ce Woodard
v.i ve in Bellows Falls Wednesday to
attend a meeting of school directors ami
si;..-rititi niicnts.
Tho west sthiwd closed Wednesday f1
the remainder of the week. Miss Mea ch
ain attending the teachers' convention
in Biatthlxiro.
Mir-s Minnie Smith received news last
week of the death of George t T.,iHec at
his home iu Whitewater, Wis. In his
lo";ood. Mr. (hatfee lived in this town
ami later spent a year or more in Towu-
sheiid.
Mine Accident Rates.
The accident rates in coal mine: of
England, France. Belgium, Germany,
AiistrL-V ar.rt' JapatV ' arc tmich Imvcr
than in America, because all the miners
In one mine speak the same language.
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No matter who you are it. is likely
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In many cases is remarkable if not
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!arnnce or characteristics were
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in Ih Bie.lirinc tabir.rt.
They ror 1'rid.s in C4 hH:uia!i4
T.liot l Onf-p in 3 da??.
At AH Lruiti'tt -.M firsi
W. M. HI1.L COMPANY. t?LTFOt7
Still More Juvenil.
A ?mall boy, agorl four, ba 1 just -om-
municpterl the fact to his nncl . that
he had tnrtPd. on hit school career.
"Indeed." said Ms unci: "why. yon
must be the youngt ti.TP." "Ob,1
no," enswered th vnnplfr in a very
loftv manner, "there an.itlu-r p-eiit'.o-"
man who come- in a peinml. lator."
i hankful for Somathina.
.Piinmy 1 .il loriff wanted a Lrotlicr,
so when iu'.i.s, n hoy njid :i pirl.'ar-j
rived at i.'s b.oo and ho wns told i
baliy sisti r a to! i.ihor. Iiad -oiao, lie!
heaved a d- p siti and said: "Gee, I'm
Kind ifv.a-i. t nil sister."
Bring Your
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Sporting Notes. J
A recent storm in' Philadelphia came i
verv near to puttius the 'Phils' old blip
jiaik out of business completely. J
Tin- town of Moxia. tho-latest sensa-j
tion in the .Teas oil belt, will have' a!
ball team in the Texas Oklahoma league.'
Voun-.- Stribliiis;, of 'Macon, Ga., is mak-
iiii- quite a name for himself in south-:
crn bouts as a clever lightweight boxer. J
Tins year's championship-" rowing re-
ptitta will con mcir orate the JlOth anni
versary of tiit fourid'o of tin national;'
.-!.- s ciat :on . -
?dassachusctts prM!h?f s the playuur
oi cii'- ke-s otitiooi ort JsiMMiayH, v. inct
f-l-ows a ch-cker ilay,-i5'.. iE';uL. ul Jack
ho should Ji.y gfAi. "t'jZ ,-
Bast ball 'im.uavrs . onlD 101 ioubt
1-k" to s'-n i;p those xoilecians .vh
claim t!-.iv "tool: no money.'' for play
i;'u profi ssiona I ball. -: '
present a-o'i in A'.'v -Unsiiami
northern Now 'ork has Lon. ic
aee-jifnl in the hi-t-. rv of wiiifi'--.
stft ions.
accussod of having a
. " But so loi-it as ho
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Let Your
Valentine Be Flowers
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Nothing more expressive or more suitable.
Call in and "see our large and varied assortment.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, IS THE DATE
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Many Da.
Miss Sloe "Io ron think
oupht to work for a husband V"!
Miss Ouick "Ves, until she gets him.
If you wasit them filled with the purost
and freshest drugs, and with the greatest
care nnd accuracy tilled precisely a9
your physician orders them filled, to pro
duce the exact effect he desires.
We are proud of the record we have
made in . our prescription department.
And yet we fill prescriptions at very rea
sonable prices, and fill thera quickly, too
HOPKINS THE FLORIST
COMMENCING MONDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 13
Malinees Wcdncsdav and Saturday
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III I I f li fy BM.IBIMdlflMIl
V - - - ..tw: .Sliy-y.
By Far the Most Brilliant Stock Company
to Ever Visit Brattleboro
Monday Night Our Beautiful Opening Play -
a woman
C.
Fe Thomas, Ph. G.
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a ltd
most
sjvorts in those
doie Ba"."' " is
' ' i-woiled head.
do -sn't contract' "swelled feet
Chicago runner should worry. .
" Bummv" Mack, a deaf muto boxer,
has been "barred from boxina in Hazel,
to". IV. because h" couldn't hoar the
btll at the end of the round.
lohnny Coulon. former bantamweiitht
chantnion, is in vaudeville, lie has a
novel act hi which he suocedfully resist-
anj- attempt to lift him from the
floor.
Freddie Parent, former shortstop of
l ho Bed Sox and a star in the American
lea:jue when thnt circuit was first orjan
Ftl y's Honey and Tar
For ""coughs -colds, croup and
: hoarserjesSsv.' If ycu s.hae-
never- tried It, you'- should.'
Contains i no opiates and
only 7 per cent alcohol.
Two. sizes, 30c and 60c.
J. E. BUSHNELL
94 ELLIOT ST.
BROOKS
G- E. Sherman
Manager
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LRARe and R - ive a in ' MJ
LON0ACf?E.TMEATRE HYCITY.fi;
Other Plays During Our Engagement
At. If. Wood's jolly joy ride
AI. II. Wends jolly joy ride .... in i i inn i
ran one solid year in New York h prfJi Tftral rfOTtYtf gf 1 0 '
without sklddin? or tire trouble II I At 11 tMi I I I Ll .13
of'laugnter"" U"'C S,,eedmeU'r JjIJU
tiraee Valentine's log New
York success. A tale of the
Maine woods. ;. ;
A Tale or the Orient, Superbly
Staged
A Story of Koman Love and
Adventure.
CO RAB LES
William Hedge's Mc: N. Y. t,
" . Success . .- ' , I s- ' :,
Laughter in iJare Doses"
Kelieve Any .Vilment
A Dramatic Thunderbolt.
Another 'Lightnin"' and
"Turn to the Kis!:t."
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BROADWAY PLAYS BROUGHT TO YOU AT
ONE-QUARTER THEIR REGULAR
Price of Admisssion
Matinee : Lower Floor 50c, Upstairs 35c. Children 25c
Night: Lower Floor 83c, 1st Balcony 55c, Gallery 28c, 39c
These Prices Include Tax
- Sale of seats now going on at Fenton's Men's Shop,
Phone 476-W.'
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