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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; -MONDAY, JULY 3, 1022.
I! Edward F. Lcitzinger riano Tuner Phone 38.H-M, after 6 p. m.- Too many People think life insurance expensive. On the contrary, it will show the most satisfac tory savings for those who live, even aft'r Riving full protection to family or business during the period of years re quired to be covered. Consult us. Nation al Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES, Special Agent ltrattlehoro, Vt. STANDING OF THE CLUBS American League St. Louis, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Washington, Clevela ml, Uoston. Philadelphia, Won 44 4 37 315 T.4 .".2 :u 17 Lost 20 :rj 34 :w 40 40 SPOTLIGHT ' 111 i ill National league New York, St. Louis, llrooklyn, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Chicago, 1'hilatlelphia, lloston, Won 43 30 40 34 33 Lost 21 30 3. 3." 40 42 P.c. .003 ,rt8 .52;) ..r14 .4S(J .444 .437 .400 P.c. .i42 ..71 .rr .4s; .4sr .4sr .382 GAMES TODAY American league New York at Philadelphia. Detroit at Chicago. No other games scheduled. National League Philadelphia at Boston. Brooklyn at New York. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at St. Louis. YESTERDAY'S GAMES l.- 0 1) 0 Harris, Moore, 12 ir, 12 0 Robertson, I lodge American league New York, 0 Philadelphia. 3 Hoyt ami llofmann ; Yarrisou and Perkins. Detroit, Chicago, Oldham and Bassler nnd Schalk. Bi)ston, Washington. iorguson and Kuel ; Johnson and uliar rity. St. Louis, 1) 14 2 Cleveland. 5 10 1 Koif and Severeid ; Mails, Edwards and O'Neil. o 1 s i with the 300-foot range NO matter how many flash lights you have, you'll want this newest Eveready. It shoots a beam of light that cuts the dark like a knife. Three times as powerful as any other flashlight the same size. For out-of-doors safety, com fort, convenience, the Eveready Spotlight is a positive need. Two styles full nickel and vul canized fibre. Come in and let us demonstrate this new light. WALKER ; 1 and O'Farrell ; 8 G 12 1 7 3 Hamilton EVE 3182125 National League Chicago, Pittsburgh, Alexander and (looch. Brooklyn, Boston, Vance and Smith : Oeschgcr. Lansing (First.) 13 11 and (lowdy Brooklyn, S Boston, 3 4 Shriver, Cadore and Dangling; Quillan and Liowdy. (Second.) St. Louis, S 11 Cincinnati, 3 10 Pfeffer and Ainsmith : Keck, and Wingo. (First.) St. Louis, 2 S Cincinnati. 1 8 Partiea and demons; Lutiue and llar giave (Second.. 1 1 Mc- 0 Markle 0 1 Willie Asks . Mother ''There's a Lust of a great man. Willie." Willie "Who busted him, ma?" Philadelphia Bulletin. WIVES Sometimes Object to Life Insurance WIDOWS Never Do See Us for Rates and Policy Forms Fred W. Putnam Insurance Agency The Travelers Insurance Company ' State Agents Phone 54 , 20 American BIdg. WATCH Sporting L EG ON BEATEN III SNAPPY HE Shelburne Falls Team Has Edge on Brattleboro Score 4 to 0. BURKE PITCHES WELL FOR LOCALS Only 15 Men Face Him in Last Five Innings Schontag Allows Legion aires but Four Hits, No Two Coming in Same Inniii" The American Legion baseball outfit was "off in a cloud of dust" yesterday afternoon, the dust being furnished by the snappy Shelburne Falls baseball team which bested the locals, 4 to 0, in the second contest of the season for the Legion team. The 400 fans who turned out to support the team were treated to some fine baseball. Burke pitched well, allowing the vis itors but eight hits and striking out nine players. Two of the four tallies were helped in by an error by Wells. In the last five innings only men . faced Burke, which is going some. Schontag was even more effective, allowing the lo cals just four hits, no two of which came in the same inning. lie struck out 13 men. The Shelburne Falls team played er rorless ball, while the locals were not far behind in the field. Yarker featured for the locals with some brilliant field ing. AVith Schontag on first in the sev enth Upton smashed a line drive toward left field. It looked like a beauty, but Yarker at third leaped high in the air, speared the ball and doubled Schontag off first before he realized that the blow had not gone for a safe hit. Yarker also got credit for two other assists which were snappy bits of fielding. Aus tin also played a good game in center field, getting three Hies, one of which i n i . ! was a uiuirini iuiiumik In the first-inning only three batters stepped to the plate for both teams, but in the -second inning the visitors started things. Woodard led off with a safe hit, and after Burke retired Monahan on strikes Adler got a solid two-base blow, scoring Woodward. Shaw then flied out to Wells and Burke fanned (ioodell. In the fourth Austin got the first safe blow of the game for the locals, but Schontag struck out lunlevy. Taylor and Yarker in succession, retiring the side. The visitors did considerable exe cution i: the first half of this inning, scoring three runs. After Woodward grounded out. Monahan singled and Burke hit Adler. putting two men on. Well threw wild to third and Monahan scored. Shaw then singled, scoring Ad ler. and after ioodell had singled and Schontang had fanned, Cpton singbtl. scoring Shaw with the third run of the inning. Jangro then fanned, retiring the side. In the seventh Taylor got a two-base 'it. but Schontag tightened again and fanned Yarker, Kennedy and Vinton. The summary : SHELBURNE FALLS ab r bh imi BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL An investment which furnishes both pleasure and comfort. Holden & Martin Lumber Company TTpton. ss. Jangro. If, Taw. 3b. Woodward. 2b, Monahan, cf, Vdier, rf. Shaw. lb. (ioodell. c. Schontag, p, 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 r O 0 I) 1 1 1 1 0 0 o o o 7 14 0 a 1 O 1 0 0 0 1 1 Leonard Muir of Providence, R. I., if visiting here over the holiday with friends. George A. Metcalf and family have gone to Springfield and Boston to spend a few days.- M. J. Austin of New York is a guest of his sister, Mrs. G. II. Danyew, over the Fourth. Miss Clara Putnam went today to West Dummerston to sjend two weeks at Miss I Iol brook's camp. Mrs. Katherine E. Heffron of Canal street is ill and under the care of a phy sician and nurse. Miss Frances Martell, clerk in Hough ton & Simonds's store, began today a two-weeks' vacation from her work. Miss Irene Cooper of Greenfield, Mass., came yesterday to spend a few days with Miss Marjorie Huntington. Mrs. T. E. Allen left this morning for Boston to join Mr. Allen, who went there several weeks ago to take a .posi tion. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Brown of Bilge street returned Saturday from a week's visit with relatives in Agawam, Mass. Miss Grace French, clerk in Houghton & Simonds's store, will go tonight to her home in Springfield (Vt.) to rpend the Fourth. Mrs. Harry Stone and children, Kath erine and Puul. left yesterday by auto jnobile for a visit with relatives in West liehl, Mass. John W. Coll, Thomas Mannis and Miss Anna Moynaugh of Southbridge, Mass., were visitors in town over Sun day with friends Miss Kathryn Sherman of Boston is here to spend two weeks with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Sherman, at the Brooks House. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs and son, who hail been at the Smith cottage at Spofford lake several days, returned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Coombs and children will move Wednesday from North street to the house on Oak street which he recently bought of Benjamin Newton. Miss Bessie L. Farnum moved Satur day from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Dunklee, where she roomed nearly eight years, to the home of Miss Florence H. Wells of High street Mrs. Florence Hartwell of New York city came Saturday to spend the week end and holiday with her son, Lindley Hartwell, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strong of Fairview street. R. D. Hawkins has returned to his work at J. E. Mann's store after a vaca tion of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Haw kins spent one week on an automobile trip to Lake Champlain, Mt. Mansfield anu ottier places. Edith, daughter of Mrs. Alice Ileyer, went Friday to West Medford, Mass., to spend the summer with her uncle, E. C. Titus. She traveled in charge of Mrs. H. P. Woodin, who was on her way to the Woodin cottage on the Maine coast. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney P. Wheeler of GO Central street entertained as guests over the week-end Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Smith of Ludlow and Mrand Mrs. How ard Smith of Proctor. Rev. and Mrs. Leslie Reid of Haverstraw. N. Y.. and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Brown of Brattleboro also were guests there -Friday evening, when Mr. and Mrs WJieehThad a house warming in their "ifew lioiiie on Central street, which they recently built. : . Of Particu lav In teres t to Vermon ters ermoiiis Water P ower Resources TTJbeidT Vermont's waw i kctricity gen veloped. MpfnSto tUat produced lotPd annually equal to comes f rom over 400,000 to fflYP, on irulUns UJ- property loc- .. -Mnw Work near vi Visit . . vest caru' ham. Vt., vere u - - DecKle .u in the world is a stocK- 1 not like to u com. riwfn the largest -"east of Tany in New Engian. x waK" fnds in the You invest your iu. roWer Companies. The Power wu.i dividends. . (1 , nn!inV i-bU . Stock ana x-' -pv t.an years. ; Cf at 101 to yiew Balance oi Tax free. " A Safe Way to Invest AT 7y2 IN Property Within the State FRED H. HARRIS Representing: BAKER, YOUNG & CO., BANKERS, BOSTON wiir wuifii m fiiflfiraaM Totals Austin, cf. ,Tunlevy. 2b, I avlor. lo. Varker. ?.b. Kennedy, If, v mton, rf. SpRrks. sp, Wells, c. Burke, p, 3.1 4 8 27 AMERICAN LEGION ab r bh no G 0 4 4 4 4 .1 3 0 0 O O O 0 3 ( 3 0 3 0 1 O 1 0 0 o 1 3 r 0 0 0 i 0 11 r l Totals, 31 0 4 27 8 Innings. 1 2 3 4 ; fi 7 8 S. Falls. (11 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 i Am. Legion, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Two-base hits. Adler. Taylor. Struck out, by Burke 0, by Schontag 13. Bat ters hit, by Burke 2. Double play, Yar ker to Taylor. Time, 2 hrs. Umpire, Clune. Will Your Boy Be a Leader? With a good education he'll have nine times as many chances of rising to a responsi ble position as without it. An Educational Endowment will provide the money; $1,000 a year during his college course or any amount you decide on. You make annual deposits up to that time, if you live ; if not, the full amount arranged for will be ready just the same. Inquire. Connecticut General Life Insurance Company N. A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro, Vermont i g.Jff!l JM'JSS !A B ItlLOSLS .1 I DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY 1 UEJ LJ LUl L1 i i MI Is! 1 J LJ LMi L!J L-! LJ Ll LMj i fI 11 ri raBl fal fal Hsl ffl! 11 Inl 11 Sail fail iwl (S1 ihI (Si ! Mil iei f Vacation Foot wm wear Comfortable outing shoes, in brown and white canvas with rubber soles, reinforced with tan leather. Wide variety of Styles for the entire family. Made with light and heavy soles. , 1 S- M- Take a pair with you on your vaca tion, and enjoy comfort. White canvas Oxfords, for men, women and children. Large assortment to select from, including styles in plain white, also sport styles, trimmed with brown and black leather. DEPARTMENT. Special values in silk and lisle, fox jy ; men and women. Every pair made wit h strong lisle garter K.u.s.p.t.off tOpS. ' " Women's Prices 50c, $ 1 , $ 1 .50, $2, $2.25, $2.65 and $3. Men's Prices 25c, 40c, 75c, $1 and $1.15. Our Store Closed All Day Tuesday, July 4 ? Open All Day, Wednesday, July 5 ft 'it i si si "y if