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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORHIER, THURSDAY, XOYEMBER 23, 1922.
Modest In Iler Demand.
Lawyer-VTou want to ask JjM.OOO a
year alimony. How much is your husband
making?
Lady Fire thousand, but Tm sure he
could make more if he had to and I'm
willing he should keep the difference.
Boston Transcript.
Sporting,
rROS LEAD REDUCED. '
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the 'Antis were in the lead, but their op
ponents took the third string by 13
points.
The next same will be played tonight
by Pros team 4 arid Antis team 1. Last
night's score was us follows:
" A NT IS TEAM 2.
Antis Team 2 Reals Team 5 Johnson
High Mail. j
Baldness can be prevented easier 1 ine mtn game in me mniiuc wwnug,
than cured. Stop falling hair and dan- tournament last night at the Masonic ;
drulT by using Parisian sasjc; best for temple resulted in a victory fur the Antis .
tne nair. norn s narmacy RuaraiiuTs ..,, .( ivi, .Urtm! Irn
To Prevent Baldness
Stafford,
Tenney,
Johnson,
Robertson
W, K. Spark
77 83
(;' NS
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S2 SS
7 77
!1-77-7'.
231
23S
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247
Total:
money back if "not satisfactory.
USE
Diptheria (Sore Throat)
; USE
"Strations Liniment"
. - i.,ii- P. Chase,
i team . 1,JPJ . f, '
ad of the Pros I l;' (,j"se.
Moffat t.
to 1.171. and reduced the k
by 40 pins. Although no remarkable
.-cures were made, the game was well cot:-
! tested, and v.-as considered a fair game.
considering the fact that many ol the
bowlers had had no practice this. year.
Johnson of the Amis was the star
player of the game, roiling up the high
est total of 2iS points and being huh
single with V'J. In the first two strings
:W 42S 40.1 1,210
PROS TEAM .1.
0.1 S3 S4 232
82 r. S3 231
77 7!) SI 210
- ' 77 71) S! 21."
'S 231
Pet tee.
Totals :
COULDN'T HOLD THE PACE.
3S3 373 4181,17?
Today Presents
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
.IN HER LATEST AND GREATEST PRODUCTION
JLJ
Americans Team 2 Start Off Well hut
Lose to Nationals Team 4.
In the Odd Fellows "howling tourna
ment last night the Americans team 2
starred off as though they intended to
cut down the Nationals' lead of 10-1 pins,
and they won the first and second strings
by 51 pins, but in the third string they
slumped badly and lost not only the T1
margin but 14 besides and the Nationals'
team 4 won the match. 1,140 to 1,120
increasing the tournament lead of the
i Nationals to 118. dishing of the losers
carried off the honors, having high single
of t3 and high three-string total of 254.
Th? scores :
NATIONALS TEAM
a-
user mauame
The Famous Broadway Dramatic Success
Supporting Cast Includes
Elliot Dexter, Louise Dresser, Lionel Belmore
and Wedgewood Nowell '
New York Press Says : Journal : Of the highest or
der. . . Sun: Gleams and sparkles. . . .Globe: Thoroughly
amusing. . . New York Tribune: Applause was tremend
ous. . . Herald: Most entertaining. . fc Telegraph: Proved a
delightful entertainment.
Extra Movie Chats
Matinee 2.30. Evening 7 and 8.50. No Advance Prices
TOMORROW PRESENTS
HOOT GIBSON
In His Latest Production
R. Dodge.
II. Wellman,
II. 'handler,
F. Hall.
A. Gould.
S3
70
si
74
72
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74
4.
70
S7
73
SO
202
244
215
248
SO 23!
Totals.
3S0 35." 30f 1,140
AMERICANS TEAM 2.
F. Sargent.
W. Hannuin.
Adams,
Fcloh.
Cushing.
Totals,
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40 174
.IS 224
Sfl 232
73 242
71 254
BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL
GOOD PRICES FOR CATTLE.
(Continued from Page One.)
chusetts. All were tuberculin tested and
Rallacr. K. Ware of Chesterfield is in . i;efore the Ha)e the secretary of the
town today on business. National Ayrshire association, C. L.
Mrs. A. f. Fames of Vernon is spend- Burlingham of Brandon, outlined the
ing the day in town with friends. condition of the national association.
Mrs. Herbert Lackey of South Main One of the buyers was George F. White
street is confined to her home by illness, of Westford, Mass., president of the Ayr
Mrs. Ada Patterson of Putney is llir t'le , KreeW Association of
spending the day in town with relatives. tnjjIand.Lunh was served, by
Judge E. L. Waterman has returned The top I)rj(.e was ?4or, pa!(j l)y (h1
from a 1 0-day s visit in Ridgewood and Maxwell Evarts estate of Windsor for
Montclair, N. J. the four ver o(1 tWf Sylvia of Edel-
W. (. Young is in Vernon today doing weiss, consigned by L. W. Newton of
j-ome plumbing work for E. E. Gobie, Ashburnham,' Mass. A Vermont cow
by whom he is employed. was second. Kite Auchenbain. six years
Mrs. G. W. St. Amour of New York M. consigned by Holden Brothers of
city
ar
is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brain- i 'i sioru aim oougni ny it. u. rvnignt
d Taylor of North street. ,f 1 rovidence, K. 1. Zino; Burn
Jonathan Storey of Boston, traveling Conquemr a semr jign
i Ai. . .in luiii v n,.-w-S . until
He also will visit relatives in Ohio be
fore returning home.
Rev. A. V. Woodworth will lead the
Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday eve
ning. The subject is. Praise God. (A
Thanksgiving meeting.) , All are invited.
The Farm Bureau meeting to consider
the program of work for the coming year,
which was to have been held Saturday,
has been postponed. The date of the
meeting will be announced later.
All who are interested in forming a
Parent-Teacher association in this vicin
ity are invited to meet Miss Ethel A.
Eddy at - the schoolhouse Friday after
noon at 3.30. Pa rents of pupils are es
pecially urged to attend.
FOR COUGHS
AND COLDS
ERUPTIONS ;
; ; .- .. USE - . ;': '. ,v '
"Stratton's Limment''".
imi,iii'rr nizMiii . m k iti rnu ii t i'siim ii,i v .
on business at the union station. varts estate for S3.. , ,- mrgest in-;
,,,,, " , . , dividual buyer was R. L. Knight of'
Mrs. E E. Holmes of Green street is providente, who bought nine Lead. He
confined to her bed by illness and is un- is the owneP f tiie Green Mountain I
dcr the care of a professional nurse. , 8tot.k furmMt Randolph and the Lippitt '
few days' visit with relatives in Ludlow.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Viele and son of
Claremont. N. II., formerly of Brattle
boro, have be'ii visitors here this week.
Judge Leighton P. Slack of St. Johns
iury was a giiest here yesterday of his
dstcr. Mrs. Arthur Warren of Crosby
block.
David M. Tolan and family moved
Vie this week from Bethel. Mr. Tolan
been employed here the past three
nonths.
following is the list ot consignors:!
Vermont Industrial School at Vergennes, '
r head: C. W. Wilson of Vergennes, f ;
L. W. Newton of Ashburnham, Mass., 2; J
George F. White of Westwood, Mass.,
2; John Hannah of Brownsille, 2; W.
H. Jackson of Vergennes, 7; Charles L,
Jewett of - Middlehury. 1 : Maxwell
; Evarts estate of Windsor. 2; Holden
1 Brothers of Pittsford, T: Alta Crest farm
of Spencer. Mass., 1 ; F. E. Gammell of
West Brattleboro, 7; C. J. Phillips of
Charlotte, 1 ; B. C. Parker of Ferris-
burg, 3
Mrs. Eliza Caufield of Elliot street, I The list of purchasers follows : Essex
tJio is confined to her home by illness. County 51'raining School, Lawrence,
s n little better.. Miss Ruby Stebbins, Mass., 3; Essex County Industrial
nurse, is caring for her. School, Ilathorne, Mass., 5; W..D. Rees, ,
Mrs. Vernon Morrcll and mother of Apiionaug. R. I.. 2; T. E. Mead. Brat-;
Bridge-water are visiting this week with tleboro, 1; II. II. York. Walnut Hill,
heir sister and daughter, Mrs. B. E , Me.. 2; George F. White. Westford.
White, of Main street. Mas., 2; R.-L. Knight, Providence. 0;
. Lawrence F. Heaphy left yester-1 1": feT'o!'
SQUIBB week;
Nov. 19 to Nov. 26
112 400
-1,120
DEER REPORTS SMALLER.
Number Reported Nov. 21 Was 33.
Cringing Total to 7IS.
MONTPELIER. Nov. 23. On Tues
day, three days after the open season ov
deer ended, reports of 33 deer killed
were reported to the state fish and gam
f'-.nimissioner, bringing the total thus:
far reported up to 71. The daily re
ports are now becoming smaller, and a
total of S00 for the season seems a fair
e-timate. Following is a county sum
ir.ary of the reports received
Nov. 21 Tota'
Addison county . . . .'
Bennington county
'aledonia county
Chittenden county
Essex county
Frariklin county
Grand Isle county
Lamoille county
Orange county
Orleans county ., .'
Rutland county
Washington county
Windham county
Windsor county .........
Ridm WE&d
Topics of the Day Aesop Fables
And the Latest News
MONDAY ANyD TUESDAY PRESENTS
Rex Ingram Masterpiece
ir
Totals
rcvicu:-!y reported
0 45
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0 32
1 20
0 100
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Farr, North Weare. N. II.. 2: Vermont
Industrial School. Vergennes, 2: James
Black, Leyden, Mass., 1 : F. E. Morloek,
Winchendon. Mass.. 4; Charles L.
Jewett. Middlehury, 1; George W. Stock
well. Windsor, 1 ; Georse Grant, Nor
wich. Conn.. 1; John II. Ware, Town
shend, 3; Clarence AY. Richmond, New
Iiort, Vt., 1.
GUILFORD. "
Mrs. Jane Mellen is staying at Mrs.
C. B. Lamson's in Irattleboro.
ng siM-nt the summer here with his sis
ers. Miss Anna Heaphy and Miss 1V
tina Heaphy.
Iiobert Mitchell, who was called here
v the death of his mother, Mrs. W. C.
Mitthell. has returned to his home in
pringGeld, Mass. Mrs. Mitchell is re
uainiiig here for a longer stay.
Miss Leola Clark and brother, Charles
A. Clark, moved yesterday to an apart
ment in Mrs. G. II. Smith's house on
High street which had been occupied by
i h bite Mrs. IviltrfHi'O tl.n-L-inu
Alvin T!n,o r(,;i s i, rv,k John E. Galc and family pent Sun-
,nV i VmC. r . ii .' J:y w" reattves in West muster. 1
am J.rothcrs to s Kfore. returned last; ...
r ight from Orleans, where he had been i -r. and Mrs. B. L. Perry have re
i week substituting for A." II. Swetr, turned from Jamaica, where they visited
raveling salesman Ifr the company in their "aughter several days. ;
northern Vermont. i Fred Coombs left Tuesday for De-
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bradrick of '1 r.lt- Mieh.. for an indefinite stay with
Augusta, Me., who had 'been here Hi "w daushter, Mrs. Troy Itoddenbury.
.veeks while Mr. Bradrick was in charge) .
i putting in me new cement road work
Sqiiibb's Boric Acid Squibb's Bicarbonate Soda
Squibb's Flexible CoUodion Squibb's Castor Oil
Squibb's Dental Cream Squibb's Stearate Zinc
Squibb's Glycerine Suppositories
Squibb's Baby Powder :
Squibb's Spices v Squibb's Aspirin Tablets
Squibb's Epsom Salts Squibb's Liquid Petroleum
These are but a few of the Squibb's House
hold Products which are as pure as it is possible
to make, of finest quality and efficacious.
With Each Dollar Purchase of Squibb's House
hold Products This Week We Will Give
FREE A 50c Tube of Squibb's Magnesia
Dental Cream ;
.it the union station, left this morning
."or their home. Thfv lived at A. Lt
O? Hamilton'K while in town.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Douglas and
two sons, and Mr. Douglas's aunt, Mrs.
'. E. Thompson, left this morning for
Southern Pines, N. C, where they will
remain during the winter. Mr. Doug--is,
who is employed by the Estey (r
an Co., will work for tho same firm
iLcrcT
Mr'. Mary IT'iuhes is the new deput
K ',ir;!;:ce c .nimissior.f r of Alabama.
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New York critics -acclaimed it as his greatest de luxe
photoplay and when they say so, it is some show. Nov
is playing for the first time in two of Boston's biggest
theatres, also at the world's largest theatre, Capitol, in
New York and next week is playing at the Latchis
Theatre.
'GUREB
in G to Days
All i ggists are authorized to
refunu money if PAZO OINT
MENT fails to cure any case of
ITCHING. BLIND. BLEEDING
. or PROTRUDING FILES. Cures
ordinary cases in 6 days, the
worst cases in 14 days.
PAZO OINTMENT instantly Re
lieves ITCHING PILES and you
can get restful sleep after the
first application. 60c
i'K' Jim
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AUDITORIUM J(q v.
3 DAYS 3 STARTING
TflANKSGIVING MATINEE
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Thanksgiving Matinee at 3.15 '
Saturday Matinee at 2.30
SENSATIONAL PRICE SLAUGHTER
Thanksgiving-Matinee $1 50, 35
Plus Tax
Seats at Fenton's Saturday. Phone 476-W
yw)t!V"iiMMtyWP'Ui'i.'MJ.iy
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The Largest and Best Popular Priced 3Iusical Organization,
Evrr to Play Erattlehoro A $2.50 Show for SI
A Tip In lime Saves Standing In Line
Order Seatfor Entire Engagement Now
-MINERS CAUGHT IN KXPLOSION.
(C'outiuud from Page One.)
cieep in the entries... This miner states
ii.at tuc tinst wariuns ne Lad was wtien
the - coucussion of tue big blast halt
lurncd his body about, lie started to
ni.ike his way townnl the mouth of the
wine and was joined by other miner.-, ho
t-aid.-
After they had proceeded a short dis
tance, shunts of othr miners were heard
aheii.of them and, holding their breath
as best they could and muffling their faces
in coats and clothing the little band of
men struggled onward, finally winning
their way to fresh air and thus gaining
the entry way.
Thw men wer among the first t
reach I he outside with actual n ws of the
terribh; scenes inside the mine. They
told of passing over bodies in the main
entry and of seeing other nlners, btd!y
injured and moaning for help, or ns the
fatal afterdamp snuffed out their lives.
A. 1. Jones, a miner who was working
in the 4.ih vest entry of the mine i t the
time of the blast, proved a hero. When
tlie1 explosion occurred. - .Tor.es gat here?)
live white miners and 1.1 Negroes who
were working near him and start"4 to
lead this party toward the mouth of the
mine.
The afterdamp became so dense. Jones
s;iid. that he felt the journey to the out
side was impossible and together the
band lef:mi to uiakt preparations to die.
(Jatliering about Jones, they sat down,
huddling together to await death. Sud
denly they heard a man's voice asking if
there were any men still alive within
range of the voice. Several of the men
answered.
'T'ull down your brattices," yelled the
voice. "It's all right here, and if you
can break through, w will ali win out."
Jones led his men in the work and soon
the little hand was safely outside of the
mine, having passed through the man
wav to mine No. 2. and thus reaching
safety. ,
About ..() men saved their lives by
Mocking a passagewa'- into the nunc
"trip" and thereby shutting off effectuallv
(he jKiisonous gases mid afterdamp until
the fans were started agaim and cleir'sl
t'e way for them to roach the outside
alive.
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BROTHERS COMPANY
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Rubber and Woolen Footwear
The Kind That Gives More Days' Wear
PSSZt
All Wool Knit Shoe
and Dull Sandal
Ready with a complete,
new stock of "Ball-Band'
styles for people in all
walks of life.
Special styles' illustrated
that protect your feet
from the cold weather at
this season of the year.
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HINSDALE, X. II.
"Mrs. Nellie Leonard of West Swanzey
visited Miss Josephine Terry Tuesday, j
Mis. L. N. Stearns entertained the
.IfK) club at her home Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Spaulding spent
the week-end with friends in Orange,
Mass. , j
Mr. and Mrs. Klwood Weed have
moved into his father's house on Canal
street. i
The local chapter of the Red Cross is
making plans for the membership drive,
of which W. G. Booth will have charge.
A young man. who is cook on the work
train" sidetracked at the station, nar
rowly escaped serious injury Wednes
day morning, when a window which he
was cleaning fell and cut his faca near
the eye.
The Hinsdale Woman's club met at
the home of Mrs. Anna Tilden Tuesday
afternoon. A Thanksgiving program was
carried cut in charge of Mrs. K. J. Rich
ards. Mrs. F. A. Davis read The Firt
Thanksgiving. Mrs. Richards read a
Thanksgiving selection by Harriett
Deccher Stowe. This was followed by
a word contest which was won by Mrs.
II. S. GarfK'ld. Refreshments appropri
ate for the occasion were served by the
hostess. The next meeting will be held
Dec. 10 with Mrs. C. 15. Q'Neil.. I
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, The Toor Fish. . I
Old Gotrox What's that! You really
mean to tell me you love my daughter
for herself aloue?
Suitor Y-yes, sir. but I think I could
learn to 1-love you t-too,.in time, sir.
Boston Transcript. . j
The Admiralty Buildings, in Whitc-
; hall, London, r.re two centuries oM thrj
Gum Ontario
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Heavy Dull Slipper
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Short Socks
I:: large variety of weights and styles, that are wa rm and serviceable.
Special Odds and Ends Sale
Odd Lot of Samples and Discontinued Lines, Including Rubbers, Leg
gins and Short Socks, on Which we are making a great sacrifice in price
to close out. f " .
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