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TIIE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER;. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1922.
s porting MASONS TAKK THE ( OCNT. I., if to by 1.2' V:v.(il Team of Odd Fellows CiM-itWabie Margi;:. ocked Odd Fellows bowling team a picked Masonic tcjun last t i;i an interelnb maO-h 1,31:1 to v Watm of tin O.M Fellows had !ii;!i s! !!!! string 'f the -match. !.. I v. I;d it.! . Lccl.e t ti':f-i of 1 he ume team tring (of al. 2SO. 01;i I'KLMiWS. l.-v, i. if. W.c-..;i. W.iiiar... S-lOU ell. Iu2 so" ! OS S: ss 83 !t so S't . s2 KM had The 2S0 230 270 2.,:'. 2S1 Total;. 4.-:l 112 IIS l..U:i MASONS. 'V. !-". TT si T7 2.15 Fitch, s."i ST s:i 201 Skinner, s-J Harris. TT 01 201 M. Johnson, 12 02 TT 2T1 j Totals. -12.; 4:M 110 l,2TSj ning, as well a three-string total. O'Leary. Patterson, I lest. R. Smirh. Dldl'.de, Totals. McLaughlii Cook. Rurl: Xaise', Wise!!, 207 for the The scores : LI VI WIRES. highest St SO 100 27.1 so f.7 04 241 75 74 7S 227 10". ! 01 207 07 SI 7: 23.? Ill 412 4:W 1,201 AMERICANS. s7 73 70 211 SI 7-" Oil 24S S.".. 70 01 237 s) Si 02 233 M SO S 241 An Totals. 110 102 4111,212 The Allevs defeated the Nationals 1..U0 to IJU.S Monday night in uu Al ley league mutch. Church of tne win ners had (In' best .-'ncle. string of th IDS xvl.ilir Si heiiin of the losers had The the highest scon s : three string total, 102. I.IVK WIRES are AM vi-:. Real Alley aicricans ly 10 Pins in (In League Nationals Lose. The Live Wires took an Alley league match from the Americans last night, 1.2'.i1 to 1.242. Smith of the winners hail 103 for the high single of the eve- Oakes. i ( 'combs, 1 leyilrick, Lucius, ( 'htircli. Tola's, Floherg, Lewis. Ju see ii. Jacques, Sehei lin. Totals, ALLEYS 01 Of. s: 70 loo si 7- SO S7 IDS ST sr. si oo S7 -It 230 4.". 1 41(1 NATIONALS. si 70 ss (iS TOO so 77 SO 01 103 420- SO 01 M St. 07 20 Tio 230 217 2-"..". 2 1". 1t2 410 14S 411 1..10S CORETHROAS fell Gargle with warm salt water then apply over throat (h er 17 Million Jars Used Yearly w . mail! MM M, M WiMw i VKNTS AHEAD OF SATURN. Mrs. Cruder High Ilowkr in Eastern Star Match Yesterday. The Ventises defeated tle Saturns 1.04S to Otll, -yesterday afternoon in an Eastern Star Ix.wliiis match. Mrs. Cruder of the winners had the highest cingle strinfr. 0.1, as well as the best thiee-strini; total, 2.11. The scores: VENUS. Wilson, 71 70 T.0 212 UruKer, S.I 77 71 211 White. 72 m 72 211 Chaphi, 01 S2 4.", 1!K Spear, 7 C1 74 202 Totals, 1.7.) SOS 321 l.(HS SATURN. Wales. 71 00 72 214 Huestis, .S2 jS 01 211 l'utnam. -"' 57 5S 17J. Sauders, .".I 74 54 170 Claii. 17 11 "0 120 Totals, 2i)'J 301 301 001 Spiirtinj Notes. The Red Sox have disposed of many : 01111' of the remnants holding out for a bit more money. York, Pa., must have been named for Pitcher .li:n York, of the Cubs, whose home is in that city. Charles Rentrop. the P.elgian wrestler, is cleaning up in the Southwest, having won 10 straight bouts. Several American jockeys have been liding at Si. Moritz, Switzerland, where there is racing on the rolled snow. .Tack McAuliffe is still scouring Eng land for a good heavyweight prospect to to.ss into the ring with Jack Demp sey. That the Cianls' pitching staff is shot to pieces thus early in the year, is woeful tale that floats out of San tonic. Outside of keeping the IS fighters in his stable at work, Ler Flynn, the New York manager, hasn't -a' care in the world. llabe Ruth sets $,"00 for a home run, and the- rest of the Yanks get tremen dous and prolonged applause for swat ting a four-baser. It is said that Jimmy Wilde, flyweight champion, may not be able to box again because of a recent , injury receive;! in horseback riding in England. "T'ekin Kid" Herman, who claims to have had 100 battles with nothing like a K. O. ejumsite his name, wants a fling at Johnny Jiufl"';i bantam title. Tis said that Champion Jack Denip sey will demand the same money to light Wills that he received from his Carpen tier bont, something like $100,000. The St. Louis chamber of commerce asks the, ouestion. "What is wrong with St. ZvOuisV" They want to know what is wrong even before the big league sea son opens. Piloted by Manager Tris Speaker, the Cleveland Indians have - become social lions in Dallas. At a recent ball Tris lead the grand march, with a movie queen as his. partner. t he ' Tl A T Tf! TT T? TV TCCTT1?C! BONUS WARNING BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL her , j , r . . . . t 1 . -. ... v -. . . v.-. 1.-. 11 ti .... 11 w iciares oovernment lias ttauns 01 ho,ne wilh a KPV,,rP jj. $1,250.0()0,0(H) Against It That A. p. Simonds is in P.oston on business Must lie Met Soon. 'for the Houghton & Simonds store. PALM REACH. I'la.. March 13 H. Proctor will go tomorrow to Cold water upon the soldier bonus bill He-ston to attend the automobile show. . oei ore congress came from nnotuer at- .Mrs. A. t . Malser of liummerston is ministration source yesterday when At- spending the day in town with friends, ttoriiey General Haugherty warned that' - rrK t av v,mi.k.n nf rJr...... drf is ill and under the care of a physician. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shaw have moved Vrttti Ok. 1i'Iwi, KiiTl.K,tr n lfonln .-fnm.l year incut .utii iFii,i,iiiif 1.? .,&ujfir imi. 'I'lie government will be fortunate, he) lr. and Mrs. V. H. Iane went today aililefl, U it settles these claims lor as . to lioston to remain the rest of the week the federal government has claims against, it totaling ,$1.2-"i0.ooO.(MV. much j of which must lu settled within the next' c.'nts 011 the dollar, calling outlay of more than $0OO,- Ii!t!e as .".O for a total OOO.0O0. It is cenerallv accepted bv members. e ,. U1...1:.... '1 1 ..1-1. I wi im- iiiiioiii iioosi'iHiai i-riii-, which j j rndeil hero vcvti'r.hii- llmt the l'resi.tenf t . will veto the bonus bill if it goes through congress in its present form, failing to provide the method of raising its reve nue. , Speaker flilh-t. another member of the houseboat cruise, said yesterday that this present intention is to rule against the .suggestion of suspending the house rules lor bringim; es tor lirm'MUt. tiir in. mis loll our 1... r,.i. .1. ...1 . . , - . .... woinu-i . on 11 11- Jik is iiira.M . next .Mnmiuv. the speaker KM.K tlse po ov r signing loe Johnston for the Ath- k.it M)n that the 'matter is of such impr letics. As a member of the Cleveland Jtance that there should be the fullest teaM.i Hoc hit for about .100 every tune ornortunil v to discuss it and that it he visited Philadelphia. should not be "railroailed Sam Harris, the theatrical manager. is collecting a string 01 nurses ana win return to the turf. Twenty years ago Harris and his partner, Paddy Sulli van, owned a stable of high class runners. CROSS FINGERS TO MAKE SALE. Per Cent What Arc Life Annuities ? L.ife Annuities arc guaranteed incomes for life. For elderly people who have no dependents and not much money, it is sometimes hard to get along comfortably on the income t'e'ivcd hum their principal or capital, and they dislike to i's-; ike principal because by doing so they would reduce the iucorne. As un illustration, suppose a man aged 65 has $3,000 in-vt--c-:l where it brings him in 5 per cent, or $150 per year. Yr;u gives him but $12.50 per month. By purchasing an c vinuuy with his $3,000 he will be guaranteed an income of nearly twice $150 per year and should he die before re ceiving in annuities an amount equal to the sum he had paid, the payments would be continued to his nominee, or cstits, until the original purchase price had been more thrn repaid. Joint and Survivorship annuities, or Longer Life Annui ties can also be purchased. These cover two lives, and payment is made as long as the survivor lives. Consult us for particulars. Fred W. Putnam Insurance Agency State Agents THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY Phone 5 20 American Bldg. AN 1 - flip - -' It Chn Leak m l ($ oecaiise us jiaae 1 , inunePieco .JUilUL" I'll I ' ' 1 Tour money bdCi if it leaks-a guarantee good at any Rexall Score. America"'s best known Hot' Water Bag-the safest and most economical to buy. Your home needs one. Brooks House Pharmacy No Cotton E.changetl in 90 of Cucketing Sales. NEW YORK. March 1,".. Three for mer luembcrs of 'the American Cot ton Exchange, testifying yesterday before Chief City Magistrate .William MeAdoo at the 'John Doe" inquiry into alleged, bucketing on the exchange, said that IN) per cent of the orders executed by the members were fictitious. One of them. Samuel Landecker, of l'rooklyn. who re signed last October, illustrated bow brokers executed fictitious orders. He said it was the practice for a mem ber to enter the ring and, crossing his in the view of other brokers, an that he wanted to purchase a number of bales. 'Another holding up his crossed fingers. fingers notmee certain broker, would DELAY AMERICAN CLAIM. Government Believes Expenses of Troops On Rhine Will Re Paid. WASHINGTON. March ir. The United States government has been as sured by the European allied powers that all rights of the United States in connec tion with the payment to the allies of the costs of the military occupation of Germany out of German reparations have been reserved. This means that the reported disposition of the allien to make no provision for paying the I'nited States for occupational charges out ofi Germany's latest reparation instalment.' will not be carried out in any way to jeopardize the rights of this govern ment, j The action of the allies in tins re gard was taken on representations made! t T . 1 1 11- T, 1 . I. - IV . 1 . oy iwuuiiu i. jioyuen. uie iiuoiuciai : sj American representative on ine repara-j , to0 ttons commission, under instructions from Secretary Hughes. Mrs. Frank Streeter of Oak Grove ave nue is recovering from tin illness with grip. . Mrs. Lucy Wood of Croshv block, who been ill a week with grip, is out again. Mrs. Hannah O'Connor of Elliot street lias been ill seven weeks with valvular heart trouble. Timothy Coogau, high school student, is ill in his room at the Rrooks House with tonsilitis. Willard S. Richardson . and Frank Young are attending the automobile show in Roston this week. Mrs. James M. Perry, who had been confined to her home by illness the past six weeks, is out again, i Miss Edith Johnson of Chestnut street has resumed work this week as operator in the telephone exchange. Miss Vera Davis, window trimmer for the Twin State Gas & Electric Co., is confined to her home by illness. E. C. Crosby returned last night from Roston where he had been since Monday attending the automobile show. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob P. Estey sailed this morning from New York for a two weeks' wedding trip to Rermuda. Mrs. George Croll went today to Longmeadow. Mass., to visit Mr. anil Mrs. R. J. Clancey and daughter. John E. Smith, proprietor of the Iirat tlelioro garage, went this morning to Ros ton to attend the automobile show. . Mrs. Albert II. Hunt and daughters of Nashua, N. II., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ilunt on Tvler MASS. FEDERATED WOMEN'S CLUBS MEET Miss Horn of Roston Advocates More' Elaborate Art Program for Public Schools. SPRINGFIELD, Mass., March 15. More than 100 women, representing the t Women's Federated clubs of westera I Massachusetts, attended the arts and civics conference yesterday Fn Motel I Kimball. ' Mrs -C. E. Tovvne of lloiyoke presided, and Mrs. A. 1). Potter' ex- j tended greetings from the federation. j Miss Grace Horn .of Roston, chairman of the tate department of art, advo cated a greater interest anions women's clubs 'in civic beauty. She thought a more elaborate art program might Ik? j introduced into the public schools. Mrs. A. C. Moseley of West field urged that more time and thought be devoted 1 to city planning. Miss Eleanor Wade of Springfield spoke' on the value of the art museum I to the communit y. Prof. ,LF. Whitney of Massachusetts I Agricultural college told of the exten : skin service which the college oilers to I communities. He said the depart ment tof landscape gardening is well equipped to oiler service tor school grounds. Principal Uoyal I .a i ley l'arntyii of the Roston Normal Art School urged the formation of higher standards of taste in art. L$2,400 Gets Double House This Month G. N. Bond authorizes me to sell his Double House, 9 Locust St., 'during March for $2,400. Nine rooms, two bath rooms. Lot five by -six rods. Always rented at $25 a month. Cheaper to own this home than paying rent. First come, first served. Telephone 743-W eve nings for appointment. W. J. BIGELOW 2.000 Troops on Rhine. reply, "ohl. then ootn wouiu H.MII.Mini., March 1... Adit. painstakingly record the "sale" in their Gen. P. C Harris hist night estimated books. He said that as a matter of that there still are 2.000 American troops1 fat not a pound of cotton had been sold on th Rhine. More than .0H) were or bought in the transaction. The pur-j there before the withdrawal order was' pose of the move, lie explained, was to issued. About half the men withdrawn satisfy the customer of the first broker 1 are on two transports making their way and to give the transaction the appear ance of legitimacy by sending a report of it to the clearing house. 1 he unit of ales on the exchange, he said, was 10 bales, but under the "cross-trailing, as he termed it, the exchange received a double .profit of 4 through each ficti tious transaction. INDICT '2C, CORPORATIONS. Allege Cement Manufacturers Violate Sherman Anti-Trust Iaw. CHICAGO, March 15. Twenty-six corporations manufacturing cement in the middle western slates and -IS indi viduals, olfiieis of the companies, were named in an indictment charging filia tion of the Sherman antitrust law, which was returned by the federal gr.ind jury the stli, but was not made public laf iiiyht. after"" bench warrant been served in the individuals. Charging that the law lioveining inter state traliie has been violated the indict ment alleges thai the '( companies have conspired to regulate the cement busi ness'in Ohio. Indiana, Michigan. Illinois, Kentucky, Jowa. Missouri. Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, orth Dakota, TennesM-e and Arkansas. It further states that ."..HH),triinaiTels of cement are made by the companies annually, which is 00 per cent of the amount manufactured in the middle western states and "J") per cent of the iiitire output of the Cnited States. There are eight counts in the indict ment charging a combination in re straint of trade, conspiracy and a viola tion of the Sherman antitru-t. law. across the Atlantic. War department officials yesterday said that the approximate cost of maintenance of a force of 2.0M) men on the Rhine would be more than .Sl'OOOiK) a month. The pav for the men alone would be about S1OO.0O0. Other costs would bring the total to more than double that sum each month. The cost of the army of occupation up I to Septemlier .'40. 1021. totaled Ss.SlO,-1 L'."0.77. of which $2.s00.0s;.;.". was spent in 1020 and $R'.Ui.42:i.4l for the jcar 1021 to that date NATIONAL EMPLO YM ENT People DAY. Chance skcd to Give Veterans to U'oi a .March 20. WASHINGTON. 'March 1.".. Mem ters of the chaudtcr of commerce of the had 1 Fnited States were uskcil yVsterilay in i a circular letter t-eut out by Vice Presi- To Mend Enamel. Take equal parts of fine coal dust. Cue salt and putty. Knead well to gether nnd pack Into the hole firmly. Put wfcter into the mended article and stand on a warm stove for an hour. Wipe carefully and leave for a day be fore using. The mixture will form a cement as hard as the enamel, say.- a correspondent. Efcging the Question. Begging the question Is assuming a proposition which. In reality. Involves the conclusion. Thus, to .say that parallel lines will never meet because they are parallel. Is simply to assume as a fact the very thing that you pro fess to prove. Can't Get Used to It. What ve hate worse than anything else in the world, except, perhaps, actual sin. Is bavins somebody else .decide what's good for us.-piii3 State Journal. Good -'Do to Mr. Knot ould object Miss Knox if he's anything Night. you think your father my marrying you?". 'I really don't know, like me he would." but ''"'j -. jaJt" ii' HU I'HiiJ li , )K'.JfM"i.'w dent Elliot II. Godvin to co-oierate j with local posts of the American Legion i in a national employment lay to be on served Match 20. An intensive campaign will be conducted that day to nid vet erans who are out of work or otherwise in it ist less gram received in Rrattleboro yesterday announced the safe arrival of Mr. and Mw. DeWitt C. Culver in California. Mrs. Lillia M. Pike went Monday to South Londonderry to visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Williams, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Strong have returned from Amherst, N. II.. where thev were called by the sudden death of Mrs. Strong's mother. Miss Florence M. II. Wells . returned this morning from Rtuiinstton, where she attended yesterday n meeting of the Ver mont V. W. C. A. council. Miss P.lanche Harden, professional nurse, is caring for Mrs. C. E. Skerrv and daughter of North street, who are ill with influenza but are now "iiiniiif r C Rev. Father J. A. Lynch of Northfield (Vt.). who had been ill several weeks with pneumonia, is visiting here in the home of his brother. Dr. E. R. Lynch of Pttntey load. Miss Alice Filion has returned from a 1 Onlays' visit with friends in Roston and Springfield. She also visited in Pittsfield with .Miss Anna Curtin, for merly of this town. Mrs. Louis A. Whitney and Miss End! v i R. Clapp went yesterday to Sprinstield. Mass.. to stay n few days. Miss Hc.ssie j F. Rtaley of Putney is keeping house for .lr. Wliitney and his father during Mrs. Whitney's absence. MILLINERY ' OPENING Thursday and Friday, March 16 and 1 7 You are cordially asked to come into the Shop on those days and see if you do not agree with us that our Trimmed , Hats have caught the spirit of Spring. We have tried to have a becoming Hat for the matron and the younger set, and now we ask your opinion. Thanks for your past patronage and shall try to merit a continuance MRS. G. H. SMITH The Hat Shop Barber Block 1 1 DAYLIGHT Massachusetts Will Net SAVING STAYS. Repeal Law ROSTON, March 13. Senator Ly man W. Griswold succeeded in getting favorable consideration in the senate .yesterday afternoon on his resolve pro viding for a joint inquiry by represent atives of the New England states and of New York state int; the workings of the davlight saving law. The vote was 1:; to o. This action means that there will be no change in the daylight saving pro gram in this state this year; clocks will be set ahead on" hoar on the last Sun day of April and will be returned to standard time uu the last Sunday of September. Oriental Fete, 2 to 0 Saturday. Festi val hall. Admission. 13 cents. Eat at the Japanese tea garden ami see the Japanese wedding ceremony. l.'5-ll . LESS Big INCOME TAX RETURNS - t Over Falling Off in Chicago Little Half as Miny as Last Year. CHICAGO, March 13. Thousands of Chicagoans who paid income taxes in 1021 on their 1!I20 incomes are now ex empt, according to statistics compiled in the office; of the collector of internal revenue for this district. O. W. Arndt, head of the income tax division, had before him yesterday the count of returns sent to his office up to last Saturday. There were S7.S00 tax able and 0.".,000 non-taxable. Last on the corresponding dav he had reived 140.70O taxable and oO.OOO taxable returns. The Rape of the Lock. "He lias invented a long story out of a single and not very Interesting fact," writes Henry T. Tuckerman of "The Rape of the Lock," by Pope, "and he has told his tale In language the must choice, and rhymes the most Correct. The poem Is like the fruits ntid fluers -of precious stones set in the erquisitt? pielra .dura tables of Italy clAir, fanciful, rarely combined, but un warmed with any glow of na ture, and better calculated to awaken udmirution thau excite sympathy." "Quaint" Crime. When one of the early Dutch set tlers of New York put his thumb to his rose and wiggled his fingers at another he committed a crime for v.hlch be could be arrested. year VERMONT NEWS. The new Rarre Trust Co. is under stood to have made an offer to take over the assets of the former Rarre Savings Rank & Trust Co. and to pay dejKisitors their claims in full. .Peter De Forge, S2, of Waterbury, fell from a tree Monday and was in stantly killed. The igcd man was cut ting limbs from a tree in the yard of E. M. Twombley. He tumbled from a limb and struck on his temple. Physi cinns who were hurriedly summoned, said that death must have been instantaneous. Two draft horses and three head of young stock lielonging to L. It. Squires and 13 tons of hay, a hay press and numerous other farm implements were destroyed Saturday night when the barn ou the west road. Old Pennington, be longing to John Squires burned to the ground. The origin of the fire is unknown. After discussing; the question of home brewing, the directors of the Mont pelier board of trade went on record unanimouMly yesterday afternoon in fa vor of federal local option for the sale of four per cent, beer and It per cent wine. Indorsement was asked by an Illinois citv board of trade to proposed federal legislation in that respect. Precipitous. An amateur mountain climber, relat ing his experience In the Rockies, said: "Goln' up you can mighty nigh stand up straight nnd bite the ground ; go iu down a man wants hobnails ou the seat of his trousers." Vancouver Province. Follow These Simple Instruc tions and Your Small Watch Will Keep Good Time. Almost any watch will run for months after the last particle of oil on the bearings has disappeared. And it goes without saying that injury will follow as surely as the night follows day. It must be overhauled at least every six to ten month- taken apart entirely remov ing old diied-up oil and dirt; repolishing parts, to pre vent them being sqx.ilcd for good timekeeping. Oil in a lady's small watch will last about six or eight months and it takes a grain of uirt the size of a needle point to t,top the watch. Dirt will get inside. When you buy an automobile, you are instructed how the machine .must he looked after constantly, for which work you pay a service station or chauffeur. Your tiny watch is a thou sand times liner machine running constantly, so isn't it reasonable to have it attended to occasionally for a small service charge? Vaughau & Burnett Jewellers 141 Main Street The HALLMARK Store Taste Is a matter of tobacco quality We state It as our honest belief thit.the tobaccos used in Chesterfield 2x2 of finer quality and hence cf better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett liljen Tt-bauo Co. l.k lUc . c, -f-'-' ' -".S. CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccosblended S-I')l ''lJi , ..... .SlII'Ht .;'!