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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, THURSDAY, JULY ,22, 1020. 4: ' -m BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Mrs. W. M. Covey of Kansas City, Mo..; is a guest- of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Covey of Western avenue. ' "Miss M. E. Monroe of Marietta, Ohio, is visiting in town with Mrs. Josephine (Ireen of 20 Brook street Mrs. E. E. Clayton of South Windham is.'v isiting hey cousin, Mrs. Mary Eddy of Maple street. ' ' , . t 'Miss Hazef Bailey, daughter of the late O. F. Bailey, jr, of St Paul, is visit ing her grandmother, Mrs. O. F. Bailey of Canal street f . . Mr. and Mrs. T. E.fMartin, PerleyjMar t ii'i and Miss Mabel C.ustafson left todafy ,for an automobile trip to Portland, Me., and Old Orchard. They will return Sun day. ' Mr. and Mrs. I-rank Wells and children of Oswego, X. Y., are in town today at W.-H. Hroekington's on their way to Jamaica where Mrs. Wells and children will spend some time. Mr. Wells expects to remain there over the week-end. '. Mrs Lila Timson and grandson of New Haven, Conn, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Bond of Linden street. They ac companied Mrs. Bond and Morse Bond here Monday by automobile. Mrs. E. C. Farrington.Miss Edith Wash ington of this town and Miss Nan Fulton of Providence, R. I., vho is a guest here of Miss Washington, drove Monday to Boston in Mrs. Farrington's Hudson edan. They returned Tuesday. A. E, DEATHS. In Madison, Conn., July 3, Dr. May, a native of Wards boro. In Wlmington, July 18, Jackson Bar low, 58. BIRTHS. In West Brattleboro (Melrose hospi tal), July 1, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pelkey of Ashuelot, N. II. In Wilmington, July 14, a son. Ver rou Edward, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clark. In Northfield, Mass., July 16, a son to Mr. and Mrs. John T. Callaghan. WOMAN AND EON MISSING. Bellows Falls Police Send Notices to ' Other Places. Bellows Falls police yesterday sent out notices to other cities of the disappear ance, July 13, of Mis. Elizabeth Hayes, wife of John Hayes, and their three-yeara-old son. No traces have been found of the missing woman and child, and the on ly clew to her whereabouts is the fact that she bought a ticket to Chicago, where she has a brother. Telegraphed inquiries to that place and to relatives in Montana have failed to reveal her where-fbotit1-. Mis. Hayes Wok with her Lib erty bo-uls and money to the" value of about $500. The police are sending out the following description of the woman: Thirty-six years old, live feet nine inches FUNERAL PARTY HELD UP FOR LIQUOR cut since 1913 and was a delegate to the Baltimore convention at which President .Wilson was first nominated. He was born in Hartford 40 years ago and graduated from Georgetown univer sity "in this city in 1901. SENIOR HARDING OFFEES HELP. Father of Presidential Candidate Will ' ing To Go To Tennessse. -COLUMBUS, O., 'July 22. Head quarters of the national woman's party here received word from the Marion headquarters today that fir. G. TV Hard ing, father of the Republican presiden tial nominee, had promised to gos.to Tennessee if necessary to help bring about adoption of the suffrage-amendment by. that state.5 br. ; Harding was said to have telephoned this promise to the. Marion headquarters today, at the same time expressing great interest in the suffrage cause. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Volstead Enforcement Agents Stop Vermont Federal Government Of ficials to Look for' Contraband. BURLINGTON, July 22. The Vol stead act, made nearly every prominent Democrat and high official in Chitten den, county feel itneomfortable yester day afternoon, when a siring of auto mobiles were held up by' federal, agents in Milton who were searching for in toxicating liquors. Many prominent citizens had been to. wt. Ainans to at tend the funeral of the late George W. Burleson and in returning over the much traveled path from Montreal to Burlington, three dry agents, had pre pared a trap to catch any booze smug glers who might be coming in. The first car held up contained Mayor J. Hoboes Jackson. Judge J. P. Ladd and L. W. Fennel, deputy collector of customs. They got the impression that the dry agents were robbers, but when 41fTr friin,1 nnf f ll-l t tliev Wprfi lUCrclV searching for liquor, they sai.t tney j iand Me.t filpd in thp town fork's 0fliee had none, but Mayor Jackson told them ( toJay certification of its purpose to issue to be on the lookout for the Ford car , $200,000 additional stock. John N. Har- m the rear, which he Knew Judge Charles H. Darling, collector of customs. The next car held up contained IT. S. District Attorney V. A. Bullard, Henry Conlin, clerk of the U. S. court, and Attorney M. G. Leary. The officials were recognized and the car allowed to proceed. The next car contained James K. Kennedy, internal revenue collector, who has charge of the enforcement of the Volstead act also Harold Lock wood, who has been responsible for many arrests. They were sure that the dry agents were robbers and one of them prepared to hand over his valu ables, but they were finally recognized and allowed to continue on their ,pur ney, and when the ear which contained Judge Darling came along all the spirit had gone out of the dry agents, and after stopping the judge, they recog nized him and he was allowed to con tinue to Burlington. The Ilowland Pulp & Paper Co., whose office is here ami whose mill is in How- containeu vpv ntirl TTorr.1,1 i? - i..i - j Illiltlirjr ill t. llfl'UI a iormer ineornnriitnra 1 The body of Jasper Sloan was brought here yesterday from Tewks bury, Mass., and the burial took Ttlace in the family lot in Prospect Hill "cemetery. T. J. SELLACY FOR ASST. SECRETARY Will Succeed Roosevelt In Navy De partment Is District Attorney In Connecticut. WASHINGTON, July 22. -Thomas J. Sellacy of Hartford, Conn., is under stood to have been selected as assist ant secretary of the navy to succeed Franklin D. Roosevelt when Mr. Roose velt retires about Aug. 9 to make the race as a Democratic vice yresidential candidate. Mr. Sellacv has served several terms in height, 150 pounds, grayish-brown hair,', in the Connecticut state senate and blue skirf, white waist, black shoes audi was a member of the army liquidation COAL LABORERS STRIKE. Demand About 12,000 Men In Illinois $2 A Day Increase. CHICAGO, July 22. The strike, 0 day laborers in the Southern Illinois coal field with demands for higher wages today had closed more than : a score of mines in the important Frankr lin county , coal fields. Reports from that d is tret said that approximately 12tpQ0 men Averc idle. The clay laborers average .$5.od4a" day . and are demanding a $2 a day increase. ' . , Seven thousand ' coal miners j in the Harrisburgh, ,111., .district jjoinl the ptrikers today. Not a shaft in the dis trict was working, according to reports here. .. . ; y:-: SOUTH HALIFAX: Miss Gladys Nichols of Lyoivsville and Dorothy Harris are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr. . and Mrs. John Calving : " ..-; . 1 : Mr. and Mri. Cliff Dofrymple of West Brattleboro were week-end guests of her brother, C. R. Woodard, and family. Mrs. Nellie Barry and son, Clinton, and D. E. Harris attended the Brown-Tinker wedding at Slu-lburne, Mass., Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Davis and her moth-J er, Mrs. Mayhew, of Ludlow called on old neighbors and friends here Sunday and Monday. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR ,' .159 Main Street' laTGHis THEATRE TODAY PRESENTS THE FAMOUS DRURY LANE MELODRAMA Of Daring Deeds, Perils, High Romance and Startling Surprises. ' "The Best of Luck black hat. Her son wore a blue waist, black knickers, black straw hat, white commission in France following the armistice. Mr. Sellacy has been United States District attorney for Connect i- V TODAY FRINGES THEATRE offers X' HAYAKAWA IN ; "The Brand of Lopez" ft He Lived Only for Revenge, this " ' Jealous Matador :: :: ft Scorned By the Girl He Loved, , Lopez, the Bull Fighter, Be came Lopez, the Outlaw :: :: :: The Story of a. Bull Fighter Who Played a Lone H a n d ; A g a i n s t the World and Lost Also 14th Chapter qf "The Lost City" The Big Super Special Production ALSO - Bray Pictograph and-Topics of-the- Day . '. . , -. MATINEE 2.30 Children 11c, 17cr Adults 17c, 22c, 28c. EVENING 7 AND 8.55. Children 17c, 22c. Adults First 5 rows, downstairs, 22c Adults First 5" rows, downstairs, 22c; Balance 28c First 8 rows, balcony, 28c: Balance 22c. F ; , Matinee 2.30. Evening, 7.15 and 8.45. '. Tax Paid Children 6c;. Adults 15c ; , Children 10c; Adults 20c ' ' ."-Tax Pnd ' . TOMOIIROW EDITH ROBERTS . m - .. - : . .... "Her Five-Foot Highness" A Clean Combination of Western Melodrama and Society Comedy. TOMORROW PRESENTS MARY ANDERSON AS "Bubbles 2 "MARY in BuBBLEo. APIONEEU PICTURE. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION Larry Semoii , IN The story of a girl who wanted to be a boy. BUBBLES is a joy for ever with her little heart bubbling over with buoy ant youthfulness. There is no villian to worry about and fun and laugh ter run riot until DAN CUPID stops the show you know, the rest. Hand some hero, blushing birde and little Bubbles whis pering in her hubbie's ear, "If music be the food of Love PLAY ON." The Head Waiter If this chap didn't have a bit of comic art in his dome, he'd still be a scream. His left eye is funny. So is his right, and nose, mouth and ears. his LARRY 5EMQN & KIKf h L t.'- . .1 B - H' It's the laughingest film since Larry ate.lollypops." LATGHIS THEATRE The House of Bigger Better Newer Pictures 3 SSJ NEWFANE. "NHsfj Marion Wilson- i home from Brattleboro, ill with measles. ' The new floor which is being laid in Union half will be completed this week. Miss Hazel ' Iihoades of Athol is HlMJuding a vacation with relatives in town. : l r . . "... - .. , ilr. and Mrs. Herbert Hall of Adams, Mass., are visiting his sister, Miss Mabel Hall. : : ' , . i ' Misa Ma zie Johnson of South Lon donderry is visiting her ; aunt,' Mrs.: Vi ola I.N Chase. ''V' $ j , ... irr. and Mrs. J. Batehelder went to J'eru. Tuesday to attend' the funera.1 of their cousin, Frank ! Batthelde r.r- . - Mr. and , Mrs. Norma n Wheefer of Springfield have arrived '"to spend the Hummer at the Xewfarie 'Inn . as; Ajsual. Miss Lora Batehelder of -Northampton is spending a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Batch elder. W. Persons had a purebred Holstein bull killed by lightning one day last week while out in the pasture near the home of Mr. .Persons. Work is being done on the village fountain, which has not been in. con dition for use, this season, presumably owing to frozen pipes during the win ter. ' ' '," Mrs. Brown at the telephone office returned . Wednesday after spending a few days in Bellows Falls with her brother, who assumed the management of Hotel Windham recently. The Ladies' Aid society of the Con gregational church will hold its annual Jiair in , the, cluirda rooms Friday, Jyly o . Dur.ng l lie afternoon there will be the usual sale of useful and fancy ar ticles, which have been made at their meetings during the year and which have been contributed. A supper will be served itf the dining room, from 5.30 to 7.30. . : s .. . :.."' The Farmers' club of the Union dis trict held a meeting Saturday evening in the sehoolhouse. In addition to the literary program the question for dis cussion was, Should Farmers Take a Vacation, if so, When? Refreshments of sandwiches, .cake and lemonade were served, j The next meeting w411 rbe held July 31, when the following ,? questions will be discussed:, For the womeiv Bhall. the Housewife Can". Iter-own Sup ply of Food or Depend upon Commer mercial Canning? The Men : W'hen Farmers Find Stray St6cifn the; Prem ises What" is the Correct Course to Pur sue? j' MARLBORO. Leon Powers is assisting Rev. F. M. Bissell with his haying. Prof, and Mrs. Paton of Hartford have come to their home here for the summer. John Howe and family of Wilmington are spending a few days at their farm on Higley hill. " Charles White and family of Connecti cut spent the week-end at their summer home on the church hollow road. Mrs. Helen Angus, who spent last week with her uncle, II. C. Warren, went to her home in New York Tuesday. Rev. H. H. Shaw was in Springfield last week to consult Dr. Chaitton relative to his eyes.' Mrs. Shaw was with friends in Brattleboro. . . Mr. and Mrs. Harvey nallock of Belch ertown, Mass., and Mrs. Edith Hathaway of New York were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Worden over the week-end. 1 GUILFORD. Compared with his bulk when grown up, the kangaroo is smallest when born. A baby kangaroo is only the size of a man's', thumb. " - , IftttmHHItttf ypiiiawg iillllll wwffiwiiwwiiiiiiiWiimHiiiiiii :l H h: M if 1 ' 11 f lii' ' i ttm llilniiMMIiiMl & Hunt muniinuwiMuiffliiniuHiiHiiraiiffliHHniiimiiiiiiHiiiiiiHmHMUinifliiiraiHniiiiiiunifliiui! I Gobdnow, Pearson 1 . Braltleboro's Department Store aiuaimuwmumiiiitfiiWHWHittiiMiHURiuiinuiwiuiitmimittiiiiitiuiumuiuwuiniH 8 Sp eciai Values in FuTrnishings Durine Our Fourth Anniversary JMSFl Sale - iti in, W j . V fen's Straw Hats 1 Our entire stock of Straw Hats and Pan amas in the season's new shapes and braids. All sizes to . - x Men's $2.00 Straw Hats, 'tFourJh Anniversary Sale Price' 1.45 Men's $2.50 Straw Hats, ' v ' Fourth Anniversary Sale Price ,1.95 Men's $3.00 Straw Hats, Fourth Anniversary Sale Price $2.45 Men's $4.00 Straw Hats, Fourth Anniversary Sale Price $2.85 Men's $5.00 Straw Hats, Fourth Anniversary Sale Price $3.G5 Men's $6.00 Straw Hats, Fourth Anniversary Sale Price $4.45 Men's $7.50 Straw Hats, Fourth Anniversary Sale Price $5.75 Men's $10.00 Straw" Hats , Fourth Anniversary Sale Price $7.50 Men's Hose Men's 35c Brown Mixed Work Hose, big ' ': yalue, -: .' . ' Sale. Price 25 Men's 75q. Fancy ? Lisle Hose, to wear with oxfords. . All sizes, Sale Price 50 Men's $L50 Fibre and Thread Silk Hoseall sizes -and colors, Sale Price. $1,00 Men's 50c Fine Cotton Hose, all colors and all sizes, Sale Price 35; 3 pairs $1.00 Men's 85c Fine Quality Lisle Hose, in all. ; colors and all sizes, Sale Price 65 Men's $2.00 Full Fashioned Pure Thread Silk Hose, all sizes and colors, Sale Price $1.G5 Men's Shirts Practically every shirt a riew one; the pat terns and colorings are very attractive. Both soft or laundered cuffs; with or, without col lars. " - " Men's $2.00 Negligee Shirts, soft cuffs, no collar. All sizes, Sale Price $1.65 Men's $2.00 Negligee Shirts, collar attached, soft cuffs. All sizes," Sale Price $1.65 Men's $3.00 Shirts, soft or laundered cuffs, no collar. All sizes, Sale Price $2.15 Men's $3.50 Negligee Shirts, soft cuffs, no collar. All sizes, Sale Price $2.85 Men's Pajamas We are well prepared to meet the demand for summer pajamas; all well made of fine cotton fabrics, in plain colors or attractive stripe patterns; silk frogs and breast pock ets. All sizes. Men's $5.00 Pajamas $3.75 Men's $3.00 Pajamas $2.45 Men's $4.00 Pajamas .. ...... $2.05 Men's $2.50 Pajamas $1.95 Men's Slimmer Underwear Men's $1.00 Athletic Union Suits,' sizes 34 . "... to 42, 65 Men's $1.25 Athletic Union Suits, sizes. 34 .. to 44, , 95 Men's $1.50 Athletic Union Suits, sizes 34 - 'to 44, $1.15 Men's $1.50 Balbriggan Union Suits, .short r sleeves and ankle length. 'All sizes, $1.10 Men's $2.00 Fine Ribbed Union Suits, short . sleeves, ankle length. AH sizes, , $1.55 Men's $2.50 "Porosknit" Union Suits, short sleeves, ankle length. All sizes, $1.95 Men's $1.50 Mesh Union Suits, .short sleeves, ankle length. All sizes, $1.0O Men's$3.00 "Chalmer's" Brand Fine Ribbed Union Suits, short sleeves, ankle, length. All sizes, , $2.15 Men's $2.00 Athletic Union Suits, "Mansco" brand. Sizes 34 to 44, $1.65 Men's $1.00 Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers. Sizes 34 to 44, , -,t 65 Overalls and Jumpers Men's $3.00 Blue or Brown Overalls and Jumpers, of best quality; heavy , weight denim ; well made in every way, with dou ble buckle and double breasted jumpers. , All sizes, v Fourth Anniversary Sale $1.9S each Men's Silk Caps Men's $3.00 Silk Caps in a large assortment of patterns ; light and dark stripes, checks, plaids, palm beaches and silk mohairs. Sizes 6ss to 7, ' , : Fourth Anniversary Sale $1.98 f m Li r r ri " t'r-. i Miss Minnie Blanehard of Newiork city is visiting and calling on old. friend- in town. ' William Squires is poorly, and requires , constant care. Mr. Wearies of Woodstock has bought the farm that onee belonged to the latt Mr; and Mrs, Luciifs Putnam. ' M!r. Phillips at the Slate rock .has had a telephone. installed -in his house, number ' , ' 31 rs. Butterfield, who , has been . ill in the Memorial -hospital most bf the month, it iinproved and' moved to the home of her son, Major Butterfield, in Vernon.; i , Mr. and Mrs.' Charles lllalsdell: have gone to her home in Newport to spend a few days. . Mir. and Mrs. E. IL Farnum - were surprised pleasantly Monday night when about 40 of their friends came to spend the evening the occasion being their 16th wedding anniversary. Cards and games were played. ' They were pre sented a sum of money. Refreshments of ice-cream and cake wre served. Alfred Sorenson of Brockton,. Mass., visited his brother lat week. pa ' 1 " 4 i 3 Sya WWW ?tWT"T!riW f ml III ' I " l ' f ' j' 1 U" Mi ' t'l l, " rJUioJIlm?