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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1022.
i Sport? ng STANDING OF THE CLUBS. St. Louis. New York. Detroit, Cleveland, ("hioago, "Washington, Philadelphia Boston, New York, St. Iouis, Chicago, Pittsburgh, (Cincinnati, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Boston, American league Won 73 (7 TT 4! 4J nal Le Won 72 i7 f!7 ns 40 33 Lost p. a .-,) .not r.o .no 5 .545 ;i .5os C.2 .4S3 ,4 .471 ;s .410 74 .3S3 e. Lst P. O. 4; .'io r.2 .',;: 53 .r.r.s 55 .53S 5i .533 CO .41)2 72 .357 o .two GAMF.S TODAY. American League. Cleveland at Boston. St. Louis at New York. Detroit at Washington. Chicago at Philadelphia. National League. Huston at Cincinnati (two games). New Y'ork at St. Iouis. Philadelphia at Chicago. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. YESTERDAY'S GAMES American League. St. Louis, 3 New York, 1 Shocker and Severeid ; Sthang. (First.) 10 7 Iloyt 1 0 and BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL I New York, St. Iiouis. Jones. Push and Severeid. Detroit. Washington, 0 10 0 5 10 1 and Schaug; Davis, Iiayne (Second.) 3 12 0 2 4 2 Oldham and Woodall ; Mogridge. Fran cis and Gharrity. Boston, 0 15 0 Cleveland, O 2 0 Cjuiuu and Ru( 1 ; Boone and O'Neil. . 4 Wein-1 3 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE REFORMER National League. Chicago, 2(5 25 Philadelphia, 23 1( Kaiifmann, Stueland, Eubnnks ris. Osborne and O'Farrell ; .Ring, ert and Henline. New York, 4 12 St. Louis. :i Nehf and Smith; Haines, Tertica and Aiusmith. Brooklyn. 8 14 0 Pittsburgh. 7 10 2 Smith, Grimes and Miller; Adams and Schmidt. (First.) P.rooklyn, 8 14 0 Pittsburgh, (5 11 1 C 'adore and Deberry ; Glazner, Yellow horse and Gooeh. (Second.) Escaping from Russia recently cost a refugee the sum of !HX).(KM,0OO,(lO0 rou bles. Before the war this would have represented billions of American dollars, but the rouble has now practically no value at all. Mrs. Edward Waterman of Lebanon, N. II., is visiting friends in town. Rollin DeWitt will go Monday to Whitehall, N Y., where he will teach school. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lane went yesterday to Chester to spend Old Home day with friends. Miss Ada Faulkner, who had been staying two weeks with her mother in West Brattleboro, lias returned to her home in Troy, N. Y. Miss Mabel Baker of the Ilolstein Friesian offices will return Monday after spending a two-weeks' vacation at West port and Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. William R. Brewster, who has been a guest of Miss Florence II. Wells several weeks, has gone to Windsor to visit relatives. Mr. Brewster, who has been a counsellor in Camp Chewanki, Wiscasset, Me., will join her there. A surprise party was tendered Ellen Hainmarlund of 14 West street last night by 15 of her friends in honor of her 14th birthday. Games and refresh ments were enjoyed and Miss Hamuiar lund was the recipient of a handsome gift. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Smith will go to Boston tomorrow by automobile. Mrs. Smith goes for the purpose of buying fall goods for the Hat Shop. Miss Myr tle Stewart, who was trimmer for Mrs. Smith the past season, will return with her to take the same iosition for the fall and winter season. During the absence or Mrs. Smith. Miss Carrie Leach will be in charge of the Hat Shop. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Roland Clark went to Grafton to attend Old Home day. Mrs. Cora McDuffee of Western ave nue is visiting friends at Bradford. Mrs. Edward Paro and children are visiting Mrs. C. J. Paro of Clark street. Miss Helen Hopkins began work at the IIolstein-Friesian offices this week as stenographer. Mrs. Paul Snow of East Barre came Wednesday to visit her husband, who has employment here. Miss Katherine Owens and Miss Mar garet Powers are spending the week-end in Bellows Falls. Mrs. Howe of Putney, who was oper ated upon in the Memorial hospital Mon day, is very comfortable. Miss Margaret Gillette has returned from a two-weeks' vacation which she spent at East Jaffrey, N. II. Miss Grace Clark of the IIolstein Friesian association begins work Mon day after a two-weeks' vacation. Miss Lena Walker of the IIolstein Friesian Register Co. will have a two weeks' vacation, beginning Monday. Miss Kathryn Howe of Bellows Falls returned yesterday, after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Fred Langua. Miss Ionia Johnson and sister, Ellen, and Miss Gertrude Brown will go thus afternoon to Springfield, Mass., to stay a few days. Miss Clara Blanchard of the IIolstein Friesian offices will resuin? work Mon day, after a three-weeks' vacation spent in Hinsdale and Springtield. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Mrs. Kingdon Ridgeley is visiting her mother, Mrs. George Boom. Eugene Moran left today for Boston, wherebe will visit a few days. Mrs. Bessie Reed of the IIolstein- Friesian association will begin a vaca tion Monday. Miss Amy Murdock of the IIolstein Friesian association will begin a two weeks' vacation Monday. Miss Merle LaFleur, who had been visiting friends in town, has returned to her home in Hebron, N. Y. Harry W. Shaw of the IIolstein-Friesian association, who is on a two-weeks' vacation, will resume work Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Winchester be gin Monday a vacation of two weeks, which they will spend in South Vernon and Willianisville. CLAM-BAKE Benefit Guilford Red Cross Child Wellfare Fund To Be Held in E. F. Evans' Grove SATURDAY, SEPT 2 Lunch at noon. Bake at 2 p. in. Tickets must be purchased in ad vance from Win. P.aker, Mrs. Clarence Shaw, Mrs. James Thay er or II. I. Thomas. See Guilford Items. WILLIAMSON'S Twelve Clown Musicians Featuring Saxaphoncs and Marimba ' at the Labor Day Concert and Dance Festival Hall, Monday, September 4 8 P.M. Special Music and Decorations Prize Waltz $5.00 in gold to best couple Admission 75c per couple, Extra Ladies 25c Car Given Away at the Dance Under direction of Brattleboro Post, No. 5, American Legion 1 l"!'ti!'''"!,!''!T"'!"Pi'' a 15-51 , ;, i 7 ?r,t - "I Ip1 Next fita rfa pj Wi T1 fel t'-T-i r?-i (Foil - kJ m mm m mmm m m W eek Is School Preparation Week We have planned for this interesting event to commence on Monday, August 28, a week before school opens. I We have worked and planned for a long time to make 1 School Preparation Week the very best time for mothers to 1 select all the school needs of the children. Boys' Knickerbocker Suits Wasli Suits, Trousers Hats, Caps, Blouses, Neckwear Girls' Dresses, Coals, -Hals These well planned dffofts have resulted in bringing to- H gether for School Preparation Week the very best collections U of lines for children's school outfits which will give great H pleasure and be a wonderful help to mothers in selecting the H children's school clothes with the greatest satisfaction and t with the utmost economy. H Sweaters, Etc. The extra fine values offered now make this undoubtedly the very best time to buy the things children ought to have ready for school opening. lamijiHi!ii!iit-ii;i';ifo'i!i''iwi"''Mi'M mi!ii;im;iiii'tiiiiini!:fl 3MimiMiaHiHi.uamMMiH t 1W . r Special Purchase of Boys' $10 Two-Pant Suits Fancy blue and brown mixtures with pencil stripes ; all sizes. . . . 1TB MB SPECIAL SALE OF 9 oys School Suits Boys' $10.00 Knickerbocker Suits, In This School Suit Sale at .$5.95 Special Values in Knickerbocker Trousers The materials include khaki, corduroy, serges, pure worsteds, and fancy mixtures. Sizes for boys from G to 18 years. Priced at 9S, $1.50, 1.98, $2.4S, $2.98 Boys' Furnishings Blouses, Hats, Caps Neckwear, Etc. Fine Percale Blouses for boys to wear to school. . 69 and $1.00 New Fall Hats $1.00 to $1.08 Boys New Caps 1.00, $1.48, $1.9S Neckwear in brand new patterns . . . 39 and 50 Boys Union Suits, in medium weight, for early fall wear, 9S, $1.25, $1.48 Boys' Fine and Heavy Ribbed Hose, all sizes and good quality, 25, 35, 45 A New Lot of Boys' $5.00 Black Rubber Raincoats, sizes 6 to 16 ffj years $3.50 Small size Umbrellas for children, at $1.48 Boys' Soft Collar Shirts, of chambray and percale. .White and light stripes $1.15 and $1.50 Boys' $12.00 Knickerbocker Suits, In This School Suit Sale at Boys' $15.00 Knickerbocker Suits, In This School Suit Sale at Boys' $18.00 Knickerbocker Suits, In This School Suit Sale at Boys' $20.00 Knickerbocker Suits, In This School Suit Sale at $7.50 $9.5 $10.50 $12.50 $14.50 CHIC STYLES IN MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Millinery Timely values, all ready for school wear. mm AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS WITH EACH SUIT Here are serges, corduroys, cassimeres, worsteds and many fancy mixtures. Sizes run from 7 to 18 years. (1 K. s 3 r rvi 1 . r Boys' Wash Suits at Reduced Prices We now offer for your selection a fine as sortment of wash suits in all colors and sizes up to 8 years. These suits are made of the finest materials. They are cut full and every suit is guaranteed to wash and give' satisfac tion. These make ideal suits for school wear. Regardless of their value they are now marked as follows: . j Boys' $1.50 Wash Suits , $1.13 Boys' $2.00 Wash Suits $1.03 Boys' $3.00 Wash Suits $1,951 I 'W I 1 M Girls' Scratch Felts, in blue, brown, green and rose, ribbon trimmed. Felts, Plushes and a few Suede-like Tarns, all j right for immediate wear $1.95 to $3.95 p A Few of the Many Timely Bargains in ij Children's Department H Gills $5.09 Wash Dresses, soiiip with bloomers, also one-piece regulation ( jp sailor suit.s, of eiuluranee cloth. Sizes 8 to 14 years. t 1 $2.9S and ?3.oO L.J Girls' $5.(0 Gincliam Dresses, in checks ami stripes. Several niooR all y ' new colors. Sizea G to 14 years ., JJ'S pj Girls $:.00 Tub Dresses for school wear. Several pretty models in plahl t3f and plain colors; sizes O to 14 years Jl.-i Girls Gingliam Dresses, in plaids, checks and neat, plain colored gingham . .and chamuray. All the newest models. Sizes Z to 14 years...... w? pg School Sweaters, the strong, durable kind for little girls up to 12 years; the fill finest quality worsted sweaters, in peacock, navy, red and brown. fell $3.50 to $4.98 pf ; "55rj Sweaters in Large Sizes for misses up to 14 years, are $-4.98 gga School Dresses of Serge for the little girl of five or six years, just starting pl to go to school ..t.. $2.98 pg Girls' $2.00 Wlute Tlaited Skirts of jean cloth, sizes G to 14 years.. $1.25 j Girls' 75c Uloomers of white mercerized and blue chambray ; sizes 4 to 12 S3 years 49 to 79 gig Girls' $5.00 Rain Capes, in navy, brown and red. Sizes G to 12 years, $2.49 Misses' Middy Blouses of white jean, regulation style, long sleeves with Hl braid trimmed collar ; 6 to 14 years 98 fjj Children's Cotton Drawers, good quality, haiuburg trimmed 49 Misses' Petticoats, trimmed with lace and haniburg. "... $1.00 Misses Chemises, in a variety of styles r. $1.00 Children's Khaki Bloomers ... $1.25 Misses Black Sateen Gym Bloomers $1.50 if Girls' Gingham Dresses, in a good assortment of plaids; bloomers; sizes 0 to 14 , $2.98 and $3.50 Gills' Plaited 'Wool Plaid Skirts $5.00 Up jimijtiB!iimHuuniimimtummi!Uuimuit!miiiii!uuiiiiufiMi!miimiiwmmimuin I'MmuimiiiiiMMfflnuiiimiuiimm giwuuiwwmniiinitmiflmBwiiwiiiimiunimiwHnioimainiB gj ESS BRATTLEBORO'S DEPARTIMENT STORE OO BRATTLEBORO'S DEPARTMENT STORE t 1 FjiuimwunwauiaiiHaiiiiiiiwmuiiiiiiiiuiffliiiiiffliiuwiiimianaiwimnatiwi! 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