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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER,1 FRIDAY, MAY 2G, 1922.
Our Special Coffee 30c lb. Nice Comb Honey, . .'.v. ........... Sliced Ox Tongue, in , glass, One Quart Jar Olives . . . .V Large Cans Corned Beef. . .!. ...... Native Spinach Pickled Pigs'' Feet, in glass jars . . . 5 45 50 33$ 35 peck ..35$ Wilder Farm Products Co. 11 Main Street TODAY PRINCESS Off! 9 THEATRE MARION DAVIES : IN eauty's Worth 9? Marion Davies in another brilliant comedy in which a simple Quaker maiden puts a permanent crimp in the snobbish younger set's curls. Romance, Novel, Refresh ing, Delightful. . Story by Sophie Kerr, appeared in The Saturday Eve ning Post and as a serial in The Boston American. The Skipper's Last Resort Two-part Comedy INTERNATIONAL NEWS Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 20c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c - ; ' TOMORROW BOYS! GIRLS! GROWN-UPS! Adventure History Romance Thrills '5 Wt&M-A r m'-:--A S V t v -J J' """""'l -? r r tfvv : - s -Jr FfTtl Like to all of n , rowianr o, adventure sometimes call, to yon. Tb ieslr to see things, do thing that yon know ether people have done Incomes at Irrewint lhl dewtre. How woald yon like to t!k that moinorablo trip throupli Africa the trip tliut made Stanley famous sad opened op the dark confluent to the world? Kc.-m-inuer how yoor blood tingled when you read the Btory; remember how yoa wished you roald be one of thoie sturdy adventur ers? Well, j on can be mlmowt. The plrt urination of this wonderful story I o real, so tree to history, Po exact in atmosphere that you are unerringly carried, forgetful of the present, into this glorious Cart LasrsmSs. with Louise Lorraine in v ' If 'if If CHAPTERS Direcfed by a KULL f nil x miMinx JOHN GILBERT ;. : ; IN ' "Arabian Love" A Vivid Romance of the Desert. Try and Get It Comedy . . j Coming" William Farnum in a Fox Special "PERJURY" Sporting STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American Leajrue. New Tork, at. Louis, Detroit, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Washington, Boston, Chicago, Won 25 21 18 IB 17 17 13 13 National League. Lost 14 14 ' 17 17 20 21 21 21 New York, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Chicago, t Cincinnati, Brooklyn, Boston, Philadelphia, Won 21 20 10 1) IS rl7 12 11 Lost 12 12 17 !(' 10 IS 10 21 P.c. .041 .(00 .518 .4S5 .450 .448 .382 .382, P.c. .030 .025 .528 .500 .487 .4S0 .387 .341 BIG ENTRY LIST FOR TRACK MEET Includes'108 Men from Nine SchoolsThirteen Events AT FAIR GROUNDS AT 2.30 TOMORROW GAMES TODAY. American League. Philadelphia at Boston. St. Louis at Chicago. ' Cleveland at Detroit. Other game not scheduled. National League. Boston at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago at Cincinnati. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. YESTERDAY'S GAJffiS. American League. New York, ' 6 11 2 Washington, 4 6 0 Iloyt and Schang; Phillips and Ghar-rity. Detroit, 7 11 Cleveland, 3 5 Pillette and Bassler; Lindsey, and O'Neil. 1 1 Keefe National League. Pittsburgh, 7 0 0 St. Louis, 3 7 0 Glazner and Gooch ; Sherdell, Tertica, North, Bailey, Walker and Ainsmith. Chicago, 2 8 0 Cincinnati. 2 7 1 Alexander and Ilartnet ; Donahue and Wingo. (Called in 8th, rain.) Brooklvn, 8 13 0 Philadelphia. 7 t14 2 Grimes and DeBerry; Ilubbell, Win ters and llenline. (First game.) Brooklvn. 0 14 2 Philadelphia, ( 10 0 Cadore and Ilungling; Baumgartner, Betts and 1'eters. (Second game.) BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Annie M. Cain spent the week end in Springfield, Mass. Ilarrv Davis of Dorset, formerly of this town, is a visitor here this week. Arthur J. W. Hyde of Glen Cove, L. I.. came yesterday because of the death of Lucien A. Elmer. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Eliot of Lyndon ville are spending the day here and are guests at the Brooks House. Mr. and Mrs. Georjje R- Pierce moved yesterday from Main street to Charles I'yesiott 's , ou. , South Main street. , . Mrs. Warren Hyde and two children of Greenfield are visiting Mr. Hyde's parents on Washington street. Mrs. Mvra L. Moore of Greenfield, for merly of Brattleboro, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Itose Knight of Melrose street. Miss Susan Hanrahan and Miss Mil dred Ilanrahan went this afternoon to Hinsdale to attend the funeral of Mrs. Frank W. Jeffords. Miss Dorothy Sehwenk will go tomor row to Boston to visit over the week-end. From there she will go to Swampscott. Mass., to join a house party for a week's htay. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Lyle. Miss Viola Lyle and Mrs. C. E. Stearns of Brooklyn are spending a few davs in town before going to Wilmington for the summer. They will locate in West Brat tleboro as soon as their new home is completed. Manager 11. J. Eldridse. II. C. Shaw and Miss Mabel Snow have been in Bur lington this week to attend a conference of telephone employes. On Monday eve ning there was an address by E. K. Hall. vice president of the American Tele phone company, and a general confer ence was held Tuesday in the Van Ness hotel. Probability that New Records Will Be Established Preliminary Heats May Be Necessary' Hot Competition ( Likely in Dashes. The largest entry list for any track meet ever held here has been received for the invitation track meet which will be held at the Valley fair grounds tomor row afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. One hun dred and eight entries, representing nine schools, are entered in the events, and so large is the entry list in some events that preliminary heats probably will be necessary. The principal rivals in the big meet will be Springfield Tech. high, Greenfield high, Rutland high and Brattleboro high. The indications are that the big fight will come between Tech and the local school. If the weather conditions are right some of the records probably will go into discard, and there promises to be a record crowd out to see the contest. The 100 yard dash promises to be a spectacular race with six unusually fast men entered. They are Sherburne of Rutland, Lasky of Woodstock, Frazier of Tech, Brazil of Keene and Bobbins and Moran of Brat tleboro. The order of events and the en tries follow : 100-Yard Dash Record 10 1-5 sec, Edward Moran, 1917: Rutland Sher burne 1. Hunt 2, Gilan 3; Springfield Tech. Harnington 45, Frazier 27, Moore 28, Putnam 20; Holyoke Ducharme 4(5, Osborne 47, Smith 48, Majear 40, Moqqio 50; St. Peters; Manfrida 02, Raleigh (53, Ducharme 04; Woodstock Laskey 05 ; Keene Beverstock 70, Nor wood 85, C. Brazil 80, Sibley 88, Moore J2; Greenfield Hall 04; Brattleboro Bobbins 100, Moran 09, Smith 110. Broad Jump Record 21 ft. 2 in., Bellerose, Rutland, 1919: Rutland Callahan 20, Cook 5; Springfield Tech. Frazier 27, Putnam 20, Harnington 45 ; Holyoke Ducharme 40; St. Peters Manfrida 02; Woodstock Coffin 74. Laskey 08 ; Keene Little 75. Norwood 85. C. Brazil 80, Sibley 88; Brattleboro Bobbins 100, Moran 90, Lindsey 102. 880-Yard Run Record 2 ruin., 4-5 sec, Sullivan, Rutland, 1X)18: Rutland Reardon 8. Pierce 0. Gosselin 10, Blue 11 ; Springfield Tech. G. Pinney 35. Wood 30, Connell 33, Hachadurian 30, Knoff 31; Holyoke Burns 54, Hall 55; St. Peters Kelley 05, O'Rourie 00; Woodstock G. Pinney G9; Keene Lit tle 75, Stone' 78. Goodnow 70, Betts 80, Crocker 81, Taylor 03, Wilbur 82, Peck 83, Wright S4, E. Brazil 80. Watson OO, Shedde 01; Greenfield Bestley 97; Brattleboro Harlow 103. Moreton 100. Shot Put Record 42 ft. 8 in.. II. O. Lawton, 1!)21 : Rutland Malmgren 21, Davison 22, Spero 23, Bove 24, Ander son 25, Lanzillo 20, Rice 15; Springfield Tech. Dickey 41, Matthews 42, Mace 43, Darnstadt 41; Holyoke Adabashion 50, Ashe 01. Ellert 00; Woodstock Woods 73; Keene Robb 77, Stone 78, Goodnow 70. Crocker 81. Alger 87 ; Greenfield Nims 00 ; Brattleboro Rob bins 100, Moran 90, Ed. Manlev 105. 220-Yard Low Hurdles Record 27 sec, Tasker, 1908 :; Rutland Durfrcy 13, Ilillard 14. Rice 15, Snyder 10, Belle rose 17, Gotwelin 10. Cook 5; Springfield Tech. Harnington 45, Adams 32. Gross 37: Holyoke Osborne 47; St. Peters Kelley 05, Cameron 07 ; Keene Robb 77, C. Brazill 8(5; Brattleboro Bobbins 100, Moran 90, Harlow 103. High Jump Record 5 ft. 0.1 in., Sib ley, Keene, 1021 : Rutland Roberts 18, Fr,ost 19; Springfield Tech. Harnington 45, Gross 37, Connell XI ; Hall 38: Hol yoke Merrick 50: Carroll 57; Wood stockRoy 72, Coffin 74. Smith 70; Keene Norwood 85, C. Brazil 80, Alger 87, Sibley 88; Greenfield Welch 95; Brattleboro V. Manley 107, Stocker 108. Bobbins 100, Moran 99. Harlow 103. 220-Yard Dash Record 21 .sec, E. B. Moran, 1918, tied by Bellerose, Rutland, LIKE CLOUDS ACROSS A SUMMER f;,'1': J :Iora,l 1J'r.f : "uanl s-Vv JMierourne j, mint ', liilian a: ypnng- field Tech. Wood 3( Knoff 31. Mnoro fortelling the dreaded storm are the 28. Putnam 29. Adams 32. Connell 33: symptoms of women's .diseases which Holyoke Ducharme 40, Osborne 47, point the way to physical and mental Smith 48, Majear 49. Moqqio 50 : St. Pet breakdown. The nervous irritability, the ers Manfrida 02, Raleigh 03, Ducharme uaeivaene, uie urusgmg pains, are not ; Woodstock Iiaskev OS: Keene only nara to entture, but tney bring cer- Beverstock 70, Robb 77. Crocker 81, tain knowledge of collapse unless some- Peck 83, Norwood ,V5, C. Brazil 80. Sib thing is done to relieve the .sufferer, ley 88, Moore 92; Greenfield Hall 94; There is one standard remedy which has Brattleboro Rnhhina 1(H). T.imlsov 1ir shown the way out for nearly 50 years. Moran 90, Smith 101 ' The women who have "come back" Mile Run Record -1 min., 48 sec, Sul through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's livan, Rutland, 1918: Rutland Rear Vegetable Compound present an argu- don 8, Donlcavv 4, Ward 7, Harrington ment stronger than words could ever be. Advertisement. (Continued on Page 5.) HALL & FARWELL A GOOD TLACE TO EAT WE OFFER FOR OUR . Sunday Night Supper Specials Fresh Lobster Salad Chicken Salad Fresh Asparagus on Toast Fresh Strawberry Shortcake - Saturday Only Schrafft's Blue Banner Chocolates Cherries in Syrup Peppermint Patties Old-Fashioned Chocolates , Full Cream Caramels Peanut Clusters Montevidoe Chocolates . . . - 4 39 lb. 40 lb. 49 lb. 25 lb. 54 lb. 39 lb. 39 lb. WEEK-END ICE CREAM SPECIAL Orange Sherbet Vanilla, Chocolate, Fresh Strawberry and Cherry Gold Ice Cream Always on Hand. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL L. C. Lovell of Bellows; Falls is in town,, today on business. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin S. Pratt spent yesterday in Hinsdale with friends. Mrs Fanny Thillips of Greenfield if a guest of Mrs. Fred "W. Putnam of Tyler street. Mrs. Myrtle Strong, who had been hav ing a vacation of three weeks from her work as waitress at Streeter's restaurant, has returned to her work there. Mrs. C. E. Allen has been spending a few days in Athol in the home of her cousin Mrs. A. E. Downing, going by automobile. Mrs. Frank Allen and daughter of Waterbury, Conn., are visiting her father, G. P. -Kimball of Hinsdale road. Mrs. Allen's daughter will remain there sev eral weeks. Miss Hattie Stearns will go tomorrow to Springfield, Mass., where she will be met by her nephew. They will motor from there to Worcester to visit over Memorial day with relatives. Among those from here who went to lestival were Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Adams, Mrs. A. II. Brasor, Mrs. A. F. Sehwenk, Miss Annie Stolte, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Felch and children. 7 A Delightful Surprise New Summer Hats. Most of them just out of the hands of their creators. And pretty? They are as attractive as flowers, fruits, embroidery and gay ribbons can make them. Shapes? Everything that's new, both small and large. Colors? To suit every taste and complexion. When you see them, you will want one, especially when you learn the delightful surprise of the ertremely moderate price. DONNELL & DAVIS SB a.tor day Ladies' Night Robes - f Ladies' Hose Woven Madras Shirting Turkish Towels Bed Spreads, full size . . ... 9 .15 1.59 Bates Ginghams, 32-inch ..... 29 Percales, 36-inch ...... . . .,. 19 Ladies' Undervests . . . .... 19$ Pequot Sheets, 81x90 .... . . . 1.79 Men's Balbriggan Underwear 39c Curtain Scrim 9V2c Congoleum Stove Mats 49c F.-W.-KUECH -& COMPANY I Memorial D E3 m ay Footwear 13 13 (3 3 All White or Black and While More white shoes are bought at this time than at any one period in the season. Our stock is now at its height and you will do tvvell to make your se lections at once. All-white Pumps and Oxfords . . ... . . .... . . . ........ 1.75 to 4.00 13 C3 13 3 13 13 13 (3 13 13 3 Sport Shoes 3 13 13 13 13 3 Black and white shoes for sport or common wear will be more conspicu ous this year than ever. There are some very attractive styles among them. Black and White Pumps and Oxfords 2.50 to 5.00 Children's White Shoes . Children's strap slippers ors oxfords, both in all white and black and white are also very plentiful and are very attractively pneea. Ruhber Bottomed Shoes 3 C3 m 3 Boys and girls alike think they cannot get along without a pair of tennis shoes or sneakers. We have the kinds which most appeal to the chil dren and are the best wearing. SEE OUR PRICES FIRST 13 3 fa 13 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 13 3 3 3 13 3 3 WAGNER'S SHOE STORE v - Still at No. 34 Elliot Street - 13 13 E3 13 3 (3 E3 a 3 E3 E3 3 3