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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REffORMflfl , TTOSDAV.IAV . g31922.
Conlrilml-!! Verse. A motor cyrlisr, wildly fleet, Han into Deacon Urace TJip cyclist fell some twenty feet, The Deacon fell from grace. Poton Transcript. This is From a Friend in Maine "I have not ln able to find that jkkmI old MOCHA and JAVA flavor for years, until I bought a pound of Far-Kast. It's worth its weight in gold." D'S '-IK 1 HOLLAM The only coffee parked by a roast er known to contain Arabian Mocha and Genuine Java. i. 1. 3. 5, 10. 2r. r.o pds. all PACKm IN HOLLAND SiJTKM TINS Sold at All Leading Dealers Sportin STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American League. ONE WOMAN TO CONTEST IN RACE Mrs. Harvey of Los Angeles Enters Car In International Sweepstakes at Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 23 Four former winners, 11 drivers who never have piloted a car in a ."(() jnile race, and 17 others who have tried-on numer ous occasions for the $100,000 jirize money comprise the field scheduled to btart in the tenth annual international sweepstake automobile race-at the Indi- anar.ol! Motor Speedway Mav 30. Tommy Milton, A. A. A. enampion in 1021 and winner of last year's 500-mile race, Howard Wilcox, winner in 1010; Ralph DePalma, the victor in 101. and Jules CIoux, who crossed the tape first in 1!1.", are drivers who have won the biff prize and who are scheduled to pilot mounts ajrain this year. Other star drivers who have entered the 1022 contest include Jimmy Murphy, winner of the 1021 French Grand Prix; V. Douglas Ilawkes, of Ixntdon, Eng land: Roscoe Sarles, who finished second in the last local race; Ralph MulfoM, Jules Kllingbee, dirt track champion; R. C. Durant, and K. (J. (I'annonball) 'Baker, transcontinental motorcycle and automobile driver. Although an ludi anapolis man and a veteran automobile driver. Baker never has participated in a race at the sneedway. For the first time in the history of the local course, a woman has nominated a car to start the race. She is Mrs. Mae Harvey of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Harvey had obtained the services of Jerry Wnriderlieh to drive her machine, but lost him when he purchased a racer himself. She has not announced who m ill be at the wheel if her car qualities. The machine is one of a famous racinK make and is .said, to be fast enough to give real competition. Won Lost P.c. New York, 21 12 JVu St. Louis. 20 14 .HSS Philadelphia, lt 15 .51U Cleveland. 10 IS .471 Detroit, 15 17 .40! P.oston. 13 IP. .44S AVashington, 15 20 .420 Chicago, 13 20 .394 National League. Won . Lost P.c. New York, 20 11 .045 St.. Louis. 10 14 .." Pittsburgh, 17 12 ' .HSO Chicago, 1C 15 .510 Cincinnati,' ' 17 IS .4X0 Brooklyn. 14 IS .43S Philadelphia, 11 k 17 .393 Boston, 10 19 .345 GAMES TODAY. American League. Cleveland at lioston. St. Louis at New York. Chicago at Washington. Detroit at Philadelphia. National League. Boston at. St. Louis. New York at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. White Oxfords and Strap Pumps can be found at the Walk Over store, in all white or in combinations of blacks and white. . Prices range from $1.90 to $5.00. Special pairs a, spe cialty on "the. Walk-Over line. People who wear nar now widths and have a hard time getting fitted from the ordinary shoe stock, call at Baldwin's Boot Shop Fred F. Clark, Prop. 34 Main Tel. 36-W From the way Walter Johnson is now shooting 'cm over it is apparent that the Washington star is the Walter of old. The man who waits till tomorrow to insure has an unsigned policy in a company which doesn't exist. Such a man leaves to bis family the money he didn't save. Insure now and be sure nil the time. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual. , F. C. DINES. Special Agent IJrattleboro, Vt. Quality Goes All Way Through Post's Ice Cream Try It And Be Convinced. Flavors French Vanilla French Pistachio American Vanilla Maple Walnut Chocolate Fresh Fruit Straw berry Iiemon Sherbet Orange Sherbet. Keep Well "Posted' By Heading This Ad. And Keep Well By Eating Post's Ice Cream. Wholesale or Retail Deliveries Msde Tel. 411-W 75 Elliot Street. American league. Cleveland, 7 7 1 Boston. 1 r. 2 Morton and O'Neil ; tuinif' and Ruel. New York. 4 12 1 St. Louis, 3 12 3 Shawkey and Schang ; Van Gilder and Severeid. Chicago, 4 7 0 Washington, 3 7 1 Faber and Schalk ; Erickson and Gharrity. Philadelphia, 5 S . 0 Detroit, 5 11. O Hasty and Perkins; Pillctte and Bass-ler. National League. Piston. S 15 2 St. Louis. 0 13 3 McQuillan and Gowdy ; Pertica and Ainsmith. Cincinnati. 7 12 O New York, 2 S 3 Iiixey and Ilargrave; Nehf and Sny der. l'ittsburgh. 5 11 2 Philadelphia. O S 1 Cooper and Gooch ; Winter and IIcn line. Brooklyn, ,3' S 0 Chicago. O 4 0 Vance and Deberry ; Cheever and O'Farrell. If you neglect your wife it means your downfall. Automobile Service Run on Eastern Standard Time Townshend and Brattleboro DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 1st trip 2d trip li'-w rj a. m. a Townshend, Duckctt's Store, 0.45 REMEMBER AND "Don't, Neglect Your Newfane Inn, 7.00 Wijlinmsville Station, 7.15 West Dummerston Store, 7.30 Arrive Brattleboro, 7.45 LEAVE Brattl'-boro, Root's Fhar'cy, 9.15 est Dummerston Store, .... Willinmsville Station, 9.55 Newfane Inn, , 10.10 m. 11.30 11.50 p. rn. 12.05 12.20 12.40 4.15 4.35 4.50 5.10 Arrive Townshend, 10.2 Wife 99 Order Book at Root's Pharmacy Brattleboro. Vt. I. S. SAVItE, TOWNSHEND, VT. Telephone, Newfane 34-31 We handle trunks and express. Trucking and cars for hire. Extra Irips beyond Townshend at reasonable rates. FIRE ACCIDENT Insurance Agency Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro LIABILITY LIFE 1 !JiSc4 a MM V in 1 1 . i i 1 1 i i r " ! I Garden Seeds Have full line of bestf qual ity seeds. Prices are cheaper this year. Order of us and save money. C. N. BOND, Florist Tel. 752 Cut out tRe"Warij Miles Many steps make weary miles when you re heat irons and repeat walking from stove to iron ing board. Electricity is hotter than any stove fire. It travels faster and farther in a second than you can walk in a day. The "Thermax" Electric Iron is ready at hand wherever you stand. You can us it in the laundry, kitchen, or on the cool porch in Sum mer. No waiting for heat, no walking to get it. You'll do more and better handwork less tiring footwalk with the "Thermax." THIRTY-DAY SALE SPECIAL PRICE $4.98 Made and guaranteed by Landers, Frary & Clark Twin State Gas & Electric Company Service After Sale, JITNEY SERVICE South Londonderry and Brattleboro. WEEK-DAYS Orders may be left at or telephoned to Brattleboro Drtiff Co. (500) or River side Inn, South Londonderry. Leave a. m. So. Londonderry. Riverside Inn... 8.00 liawsonville. Corners 8.20 Jamaica, Allen House 8.40 E. Jamaica, Postoflice 8.50 V. Townshend. Grout & Dean Store 0.00 Townshend. Phillips' Store 0.20 Newfane, Eames' Store 0.40 W. Dummerston, store 10.10 Arrive Brattleboro Drug Co. Store 10.110 Leave p. m. P.rattleboro Drug Co. Store 4.30 V. DummerKton, store 4.50 Newfane, Karnes' Store 5.20 Townshend. Phillips' -Store 5.40 W. Townshend. Grout & Dean Store 0.00 K. Jamaica. Postoflice 0.10 Jamaica, Allen House 0.2.1 Uawsonville, Corners 0.45 Arrive Londonderry, Riverside Inn 7.00' ARTHUR AMSDEN Newfane. Vt.. April 25. 1022. y Fishing Tackle Bristol Steel Rods. Split Bamboo Rods, $2.00 to $20.00. Flies that make them dizzy; Hooks that catch the bis ones. Come in and look cur line ever we can save you money. H. M. WOOD The Old Reliable Sporting Goods Mao 61 Slain Street Tel 70S-M BRATTLEBORO. VT. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Ruth Wilder finished work Sat urday at the Vermont National bank. Harrison Smith' of Lebanon, N. II., visited with friends in town over Sunday, Miss Edith Johnson has returned from Worcester, where she visited several days with relatives. Charles M. Colt is improving in his home on uaK street from an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Ira Hubbell and son, Charles, of Uennington are visiting his parents, ;ur and Mrs. C. G. Hubbell. ' Earl Weatherhead, bookkeeper in the oinoe of the Dunham Jirothers company, is conhneu to his home by illness. Gordon C. Lake has finished work at the Root pharmacy and has taken a po sition at the I'ark Drug company s store. Mrs. M. S, Jones went today to Ded hatn, Mass., to spend three weeks in the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Soh day. Mrs. George E. Sherman returned last night from Poston, where she spent 10 days with her daughter, Miss Rath cry n Sherman. Mrs. Fred A. P.etterlev. who has been ill several weeks and under the care of Miss McKinnon, nurse,- is able to be out on the veranda. Dr. and Mrs. D. G: Underwood and Mr. ami Mrs. Ernest Loring of Ilingham, Mass., were guests here yesterday of Mrs. Cola O. Morse. Mrs. Fremont Whitney was discharged today from the Memorial hospital, where she had been 10 days, following an opera tion for appendicitis. Leonard Muir, who recently returned after a visit of several months in Scotland,- visited here over the week-end, re turning Sunday to Providence, R. I. Miss Rose Hopkins, nurse, who came from New York to visit in. town in the home of her brother, Peter Hopkins, went yesterday to P.arre to visit her sis ter, Mrs. McCarthy. Mrs. Perley Crosier and son, Paul, and daughter. Clara, of Halifax are spending the day here. Clara Crosier is one of the contestants in the spelling match his afternoon. Helen Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Thompson, has returned to her home on Grove street from the Memorial hospital, where she hail been following an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. George Knight, who had been living in the home of his father. Spencer W. Knight of Pearl street, moved Friday to Northfield, Mass., where Mr. Knight will have charge of the in side and outside painting of the Moody school buildings. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Burbank and Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Lord and sons of Ches terfield, who have been occupying the Starkey home on Oak street since last fall, will return to their home in Ches terfield Saturday. Mrs. William Porter is expected from New York Sunday to spend the summer at the Starkey home st eal. James A. Leach, captain of the team of Farm Bureau canvassers, C. L. Leach and Charles Brown, members of the team, and Miss Viola M. Cameron, county club agent, visited Sunday in- Pawlet. the home of the Leach brothers. Miss Cam eron and Mr. Brown being guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Leach. They returned to Chester Sunday night, and the team is working in that se.ction Frank Russell, also a . -member of the team, spent Sunday at his home in Shrewsbury. LUDLOW TO HAVE : SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL CHILDREN LIKE CLOWNS. Many cf These Fun Makers with Walter L. Main's Cirrus. In addition to the beautiful ponies funny monkevs and open dens of wild animals in Main's Circus parade on Monday. May 20. there will be a scon or more of funny clowns to furnish en tertainment for the kids. The up-to-date clown of today also find a chance to burlesque the current events and the Main Circus this season has many funny stunts that link them selves with everyday hippenines. Mori than forty merry monarchs of Momu cavort around the track and fill in th; moments between the nets with their witticisms. Before the show, beware of the seducing younc lady who would asl yonr assistance in lindinsr her a scat and the sober-visage escort who objects to vour kindly interference. Don't ios in front of a supposed movie camera or assist a poor, lone middleaged ladv ir undine hi r lost lxiy. These thinjrs bavr heon done before, to be sure, but rest as surd that the clowns with the Waltei L. Main Circus have thought out somr new stunts that will furnish plenty of fun and make yon remember your visit for months to com" after vou have seer the big circus in I!rattleloro. The KMtth anniversary of the found ing of the (longregational church in Northfield is to be celebrated in a most fittnig manner this week. The church was formed May 27. 1S22, with nim ?r em hers, and has since -grown to be one of the strongest church organizations in the town. Insurance is "Better than Cash" because you have the money when yon most need it, New York Safety Reserve Fund ELBERT M. BENNETT, Special Agenf Brattleboro, Vt. Tel. 1S.VM If You Want Nice Modern Home i i You should see the tho roughly modern six-room house of L. B. McCune just beyond the Oak Grove school building. All hardwood finish, modern equipment and in perfect condition. Land enough for hen yard and garage. It can be bought for $4,110 and you could not build the house today for that money. Telephone 743-W evenings for appoint ment. W. J. BIGELOW Brattleboro Homes New Town Hall to Be Larger. Com mittee Appointed to Solicit Funds for Project. LUDLOW, May 23. At an adjourned town meeting held Saturday afternoon the vote to rebuild the town hall within the present walls was rescinded and the building committee was instructed to add 30 feet to the west end. of the present structure. The selectmen " were authorized to draw orders to cover ex penses of present need in building and arrangements are to be made for the is suing of bonds later. The selectmen were also instructed to acquire or pur chase the property of Allen J. Brown, situated in the rear of the town hall. Col. R. E. Hathorn called the attention of the meeting to George P.- Levey's letter in the last issue of the Vermont Tribune, suggesting a subscription in aid of the rebuilding of the present hall, and when so constructed to be a me morial hall for the soldiers of all wars who enlisted from Ludlow. Mr. Levey .responded to this sugges tion by stating to the meeting that at the proper time he would be pleased to contribute toward the memorial fund. The following were elected a soliciting committee: Henry T. Brown, II. E. Hathorn, T. V. Koran', Miss Ruth Ray mond, Mrs. George P. Levey. The coin mittee were also instructed to devise and present a name for said memorial hall at some future meeting. TOWNSHEND. Women Tell How They Earrted Dollars. One of the pleasantest occasions in the history of the Iladassah league was the "Dollar day" celebration" in the Baptist vestry Friday, May 10. Although the heavy showers in the morning threatened to put a damper on the day's festivities members and invited guests were pres ent. The four dining tables were placed to form a hollow square and apple blos soms were used for decorations. ine menu included hot potato dishes, meat loaf, pickles and jellies, hot rolls and brown bread, college ice-cream with strawberries, cake, wafers and coffee. At the close of the banquet a tray of apple blossoms, each bearing a number, was passed. Mrs. D. G. Sinythe, president of the league, acted as toastmaster. She read as the first number verses which were sent to the league by a masculine friend of the society to show that the menfolks couldn't be left out with im- pu nity. As each number was called each mem ber responded with original verses de scribing how the money was earned and at the same time placing the dollar upon a tray carried by Miss Elaine Columbus. The verses showed much wit ami humor and each effusion was greeted by hearty applause. Some were short but covered the ground well. The dollars were earned in a variety f ways, nearly all in actual labor out side the routine of home life. The total of the dollars collected was announced by the treasurer to be $30. The remain der of the afternoon was spent with sew ing and in a social way. A former mem ber. Miss Cora Mason of Brattleboro, and mother, Mrs. Ella Mason, were present,to greet old friends. At the business session Miss Eunice Heath was elected secretary in place of Mrs. J. II. Wright, who resigned. Two new names were added to the member ship. Honor for Miss Dauchy. The following item from the Vermont Cynic in regard to Miss Marguerite Dauchy is of much interest here. Miss Dauchy. who is a senior in the Univer sity of Vermont, is a daughter of Post master and Mrs. O. B. Dauchy and grad uated from Leland and Gray seminary as valedictorian in the class of 101S: "Marguerite Dauchy, 22, of Town shend, Vt., this week received word that she was appointed to a half-time reader ship in mathematics at Bryn Mawr col lege for next year. It was largely through the efforts of Professor Switt. combined with her own high scholarship, that she attained the honor. This reader ship gives opportunities for study in the graduate school leading to a Master's legree. Miss Dauchy hopes also to con 'iniie her work in chemistry." . trrr Overflows Its Banks. The heavy rains Thursday night and Friday morning brought the river over the laiikt and many of the adjoining meadows were flooded. In attempting to toss the river to his home by boat in the larkness Thursday night, A. D. Meachani was carried many rods from his course downstream and finally made a forced landing on the same side of the river .'rom which he started. Taking his lan '.ems, he made the long journey by way of Scott bridge, deciding that the longest way round was in this case at least the safest way home. The electric lights in the village were out of commission Fri day night from the effects of the storm. Earl Tuttle has begun work for May nard Taft and is boarding at Irving I'.ills's. Mrs. James rerkins was called Thurs day to Brattleboro by the death of her ion-in-law, F. L. Straw. Among those who attended and took oart in the Sunday school convention at Wardsboro Saturday were Rev. and Mrs. YV. II. Nobbs, William, Charles and Helen Nobbs. Miss Eunice Heath, F. T. Randall and Leston Wheeler. A wild flower contest in the primary school is creating much interest among the little folks. A prize has been offered by the teacher, Miss Carlotta Lawrence, for the most varieties found. Last week Caroline Cate was in the lead with a list of about varieties. An arithmetic ontest held in the same room during pril resulted in a tie between Clarence Rratton and Ralph Meacham in the third grade. both receiving prizes of United States map puzzles. Prizes also were received by Herbert Daigneault as winner in the second grade and Ruth Wright in the first. Miss Mabel Delina Columbus was mar ried to Arthur II. Fletcher Thursday evening. May IS, the ceremony taking place at the Baptist parsonage in Brat tleboro, Rev. Clark T. BroVnell perform ing the ceremony. The couple were at tended by Miss Wilma Pike of Brattle boro and Walter Columbus, brother of the bride. The bride wore a blue travel ing suit with black picture hat. They will spend a few days with relatives in Salem. Mass., before returning to their new home iit Harmony ville. Mrs. Fletcher is a daughter of Mrs. James Perkins of this village and lias spent most of her life here. Both she and ' Mr. Fletcher attended Leland and Gray semi nary. Mr. Fletcher has worked in town several years, coming from his home in Wardsboro. Both are popular young people in the place. J The Universalist church at St. Johns bury, which has been without a pastor since Rev. Weston A. Cate went to the Woodstock church two months ago. has called Rev. George W. Scudder of Brock ton, Mass., and he begins his pastorate here the middle of June. In the mean time the church is undergoing extensive repairs and will be in first class shape when the new pastor begins his labors here. When your stomach is upset Take Beecham's Pills act as a splendid i tonic to the digestive organs. They remove acidity and fermentation and excess of bile from the stomach and bowels and promote the secretion of the "gastric" juices. In thus correcting morbid conditions and stimulat ing the digestive processes Beecham's Pills naturally have an excellent effect upon the ' general health.'. If you -have lost your ap petite or are suffering from nausea, "sick headache, constipation, or giddiness ' . - j . Sold everywhere in boxes 10c12pilti 25c40 pills S0&-90 pills Ship Ahoy ! Oh Joy ! THEY'RE IIllRE! The American Exposition OF SHOWS AND RIDING DEVICES Towering Seaplane Swing Huge Ferris Wheel "Beautiful Carry-Us-All 30 and 30 OTHER BIG AND NOVEL ATTRACTIONS ONE SOLID WEEK OF FUN ' May 22 to May 27, Inclusive don't Forget- the date and place MS Of m and go, I G-E-R-ArN-I-U-M-S all the flowers that come the good old Geranium . is still at the head of the lift They are in full bloom now and ready for your window boxes and flower beds. HOPKINS THE FLORIST ' - - M 1111 ' III" II I I in I,, ' , , -, - j 8 Picture Your Vacation in Camp in the cool woods by your favorite lake -or at the trout stream with all the conveniences of home provided by ICampirailb Thi3 equipment is complete. It enables the wjiole family to enjoy camping, llereis-hys large tent, water and insect proof; two beds with sagless springs and soft mat-' tresses; electric lights; gasoline stove; ice box, food compartments: folding tables and shelf.. Complete accommodations for four or more people. ' . , All folds compactly on trailer which tracks behind any car orer any road at any speed. Prices are reasonable.'. ? i i r DeWitt Grocery Co is ) Come in and see the Auto-Kamp today St i I s "l -,. s - - nm .. ' Made by Auto-Kamp Equipment Co. Saginaw, Michigan '