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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER 7, 1920.
In . Constantinople it ia impossible to 'ouimuukate with any one by mail. In stead, one must kpimI a servant with the mcsfiace or L'o oneself. TV. P. Thompson of JJellows iaU3 is in town today on business Kathryn Sherman, went yester day to Boston to visit friends. Dr. Geortre II. Gotham of Bellows Falls is in town today on business. William Boyce and Alexander Exner ppent yesterday in Springfield, Mass. Raymond "Wells and sister, Bernice, returned yesterday from St. ' Albans, where they spent five weeks with rela tives. .. . . Fred Howard, who is employed in Boston, came to. spend the holiday,, at hi home here, returning to Boston this morning.- .v,, . Mr.' and Mrs -Lewis E. Gates Miss Helen Gates and Joseph Iladley of Shrewsbury, Mass.; were guests yester-rlflv.-of Mr. nnd Mrs. TT. IF. Gates fit .T. present first-class orchestra I.e. Day's on wuiiston Btreet. Mrs. JNellie lynch and son, liernard, who had been visiting two weeks with relatives in Montreal, returned home Friday. They were accompanied by Miss Madeline Fidgeon, who will spend a week here. Miss Maude A. Brown, who had been spending the summer here with her par BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL NOTICE Owing to the uncertainty of the bridge operating we were unable to book our. for a Labor Day Dance, therefore we will FEATURE Tuesday, Sept. 7 WITH EXTRA MUSIC Prize Dancing MOONLIGHTS and SOUVENIRS for the Ladies Come for the BIG NIGHT BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Mrs. Mary Moran is spending the The new marble doorway at the Ver week at her home an Gloversville, N. mont National bank was put in place Y. i between the time business closed batur ' . . ,1 ... AV...4. . Mrs. II. If. Thompson has returned day ana uns morning, from u week's stay in Greenfield' with friends. t Orville Punklee has resumed work in the Huntress-Adams store, after a few weeks' vacation. so that the em ployes used the new entrance lor the first time this morning. Georjre D. Odell celebrated his 80th birthday anniversary Saturday evening by - entertaining a few Grand Army .music was ! nninllWa Tl 1 tTlPlT WlVPS .Mrs. Lliaries liroc-Kington and Mi .-',, rri, arv uUfo nf Gant '"J1 V Alii. '"I - ' - . - Louise Bean will leave tomorrow for a visit in Rutland. ;.. , ,: Mrs. G. E. Sherman is ppending a few days at the Graves farm with her sis ter, Mrs. Lilla Iladley. Miss Alice Calhoun of Clinton, Mass., was a guest yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. William Boss of Frost street. i and ' Mrs.' T. w. mason, ait. ana Airs. Frank .Stockvrtell, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. . Bissell and Mr. ' Haskell. Eighty f newly' coined dimes were among the presents. ,' ' The benefit 'game for Capt. John J. Kennedy of the Brattleboro Athletics played last Sunday afternoon with the Crescent A. C. of Keene, netted nearly .Ernest Wells, who had been working'. sit Snofford lak during the summer. . $140, which- has been presented to Capt lias returned to his home here. i Kennedy. Through the medium of The . Reformer Cant. Kennedy wishes to ex- icq i ;nna t 'i immnn rr ivorMwiinvn has begun work for the fall season at Donnell & Davis's millinery store. press his deep appreciation to the fans for the gift. I All the schools of incorporated district No. 2 will open tomorrow, the doors of the high school opening at 8.30 o'clock for seniors, juniors and sophomores, while the freshmen will not report until Miss Elizabeth Ranney returned this morning from Greenfield, where the visited at her home over Labor, day. Miss Mary Moran and Miss Edna Bush of Burlington were guests over 11 o'clock. The grades will begin as usual ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ('. Brown of ; Labor day of Miss Margaret T. Moran. at 9 o'clock. The schools in the town Bullock street, returned yesterday to Claude W. Amidon of Boston came Sat- school districts opened today. Examina Xew Haven, where she has a position nrday afternoon to spend the holiday tons are being given today to pupils of as icacner in uie scnoois. with ili8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Churchill and 'Amidon. daughter returned last night from Sax- M. J. Guiheen of Brooklyn spent yes tons River, where they spent the week- terday with his family here, who are end. Mrs. F. S. Churchill, who had visiting in the home of his father, John been visiting her daughter in Morris- Guiheen. HALL FILLED WITH WOMEN. (Continued from Page I.) oiy. the grades and hich school who have ville, N. Y., and who also visited in Middlebury and other places, accom panied them home. Dr. Elizabeth P. Bailey returned Fri day night from a stay of two weeks in Ctioa, N. Y., coming in her automo bile. She was accompanied here by Mjss Doris Ilutchins, who had been visiting at her home in Middletown Springs and Albany, X. Y. Miss Hutchins joined Dr. Bailey at Utica. Sweater coat time i$ here. One of ours will add to your comfort. CHURCH SUPPER Dummerston, Sept. 9 6 to 8 O'clock Price 50c MENU Roast Pork, Mashed Potato, Salads, . Rolls, Ice Cream and Cake Entertainment at 8 Recital and Play been tutored during the summer. An airedale puppy, Briar, owned by C. A. Mitchell of Ilorton place, was hit Sat urday evening by an automobile bearing a Massachusetts number and killed. The accident happened on the corner of Ilor ton place and Canal street about o'clock. Dr. P. T. Lee was called, but the dog lived only about l." minutes Her back was broken. The. driver of the car immediately speeded up his car hear intr the cries oi the doc, which were His name is BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL H.P.Wellman Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster Syftem Pure Spices FOR PRESERVING AND CANNING. ALL KINDS BEST . QUALITY. The Park Drug Store 18 Main St. Phone 210 Miss Patience Wilder of Worcester, Mass., is visiting a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Warren 'L. Walker of West Brattleboro. t Miss Margaret Danyew and brother, George Danyew, returned yesterday from a visit of several weeks with rel- heard some distance away. auves in csprmgneiu, juass. ot known Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wheeler and children of Cleveland, Ohio, came Fri day and were guests until today of Miss Florence Pratt of Oak street. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fitts of Bos ton, who were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs: Robert L. Fitts, returned to their home last night. .Miss Margaret Gillett of the Hol-stein-Friesian Register company's office, -went to her home in Springfield (Vt.) to remain over Sunday and Monday. Richard Crosby, Iladley Gibson and Francis Xichols are on an automobile camping trip in Canada and the White mountains. They will return tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Crosby and daughters left this morning by automo bile for Johnston, X, Y., where Mrs. Crosby and daughters will visit at her former horned PUTNEY. A. M. Corser, town clerk, will be at the town hall Wednesday afternoon and Saturday afternoon and evening to register all women who wish to vote. Misa Corena Bell spent, Sunday and Monday in East Dover. Mrs. Nellie Lynch and son, Bernard, have returned , from a two weeks' vaca tion in Montreal. Justin Moran will leave tomorrow for Hamilton. X. Y.. where he will enter Colgate university. Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Betts of Spring field, Mass., spent the holiday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Milkey. Rev. and Mrs. D. E. Trout and children are expected home Thursday bv automo i bile from Rookport, Mass., where they Miss Marjorie Huntington has re turned after an absence or six weeks. during which timefie visited her grand mother, Mrs. Laura Brackett, in Worces ter, also visited 1n Xashua with her grandmother, Mrs. C. A. Huntington. Touble likes to avoid a man able to keep his mouth shut. who 'Wis:-: .V.V.W.V.V. .: f HUNT'S Salva falls in thj treatment cf ITCH. ECZEMA. RINGWORM, TETTER or other itching skin diaeaoca. Cry a 73 cent box at our rifrk. Bfattleboro Drug Co. 3 Bring Your Prescriptions Here if you want them filled with the purest and freshest drugs, and with the greatest care and accuracy filled precisely as your physician orders them filled, to pro duce the exact effects he desires. We are proud of the record we have made in our prescription department. And yet we fill prescriptions at very reasonable prices, and till them quickly, too. C. F. Thomas, Ph. G. Labor Day Week Only 29c 31c m ale Lock wood Cotton, 36 inch, Lockwood Cotton, 40 inch, Constitution Cotton, 40 inch, Constitution Cotton, 36 inch, Pequot Sheeting 2 1 -4 yds. wide.', To any person buying 20 yards or more we will e tne pnee I cent a yard lower. 32c 30c 95c F. W. KUECH & CO. 232 H. E. Taylor & Son Ins. Agency 12 Crosby Block 114 Main Street Brattleboro, -Vt. We represent the largest and strongest American and English Fire Insurance Companies. We are representatives for the largest Casualty and Surety Bond Companies. Accident, Employer's Liability, Plate Glass, Boiler, Burglary, Automobiles and Bonds of Surety. NO LINE TOO LARGE NO LINE TOO SMALL LATCHIS THEATRE sibility of checking up later to see whether a certain person voted accord ing to agreement. ' Ho told the women what the qualifi cations were relative to residence, say ing inai a inarrieu woman must gain a residence in her own right -and not through that of her husband. In other words a woman who recently has come to a place cannot vote there simply be cause her husband has lived there a certain period of time. He brought out also numerous other provisions of the election laws, including the penalties for wilful violations of them. .Mr. Maurice, was ; eminently fair throughout hit talk, saying not. a word that could be construed a favoring any candidate whatever,, and making it clear that after all voting ; is a tfiraple mauer u one follows, the instructio: on the printed ballots. After his talk those women -wh had received the freeman's oath left the hall - while those who- remained gath ered around the platform. Judge Wat erman, standing on the floor, the women with their right hands uplifted, admin istered to them the freeman's oath, as follows: "You solemnly swear (or affirm) that whenever you give vour vote or suffrage, touching any matter that con cerns the state of Vermont, you will do it so as in j'our conscience you shall judge will most conduce to the best good of the same, as established by the constitution, without fear or favour of any man." A total of 363 women already have registered, through the special mass meeting Saturday night, at the town lerk's office, the office of the countv clerk and in the offices which have been visited by members of the board of civil authority. In ?VattMoto, Fept. 4, by Kev.. Clark anen A. Hale of ernon and Mis3 Sylvia E. Kidder of Town shend. ' In Brattleboro, Sept. 4, by Rev. Clark T. 13: ownell, Carl Fair ' French, and Ha zel Jennie (Wilcox) -Bryant, both of Keene, X. II. , In South Vernon, Sept. 6, by Rev.-E. lit Cornell of West Brattleboro, Lester II. Jillson and. Miss Olive Isichols, lK.h of Dummerston. TODAY PRINCESS THEATRE N. V mm mm THE LAST DAY OF THAT DELIGHTFUL : COMEDY-DRAMA Mill il i viari 7 one WITH It's no distinction to be in .hard luck, but most people talk about it as tnough it were. NO MORE RATS or mice, after you use EAT-SNAP. It's a sure rodent killer. . Try a Pkg. and prove it. Rats killed with BAT-SNAP leave no smelL Cats or dogs won't touch it. Guaranteed. 35c size (1 cake) enough for Pantry; Kitchen or Cellar. 65c size (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.25 size (5 cakes) enough for all farm and out-biuldinga, storage buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by BRATTLEBORO DRUG CO. Mary Miles Minler "also , - BURTON HOLMES TRAVELOG And "WHY LESS?" a Comedy Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children ,10c; Adults 17c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 10c; Adults 25c - TOMORROW Bert Lytell . In the Screen Production of PAUL ARMSTRONG'S ' Drama The Greatest Crook Play Ever Written Alias Jimmy Valentine will pick the lock of every emotion. An odd crook Jimmy : if indeed he is a crook- ' ; , The flashlight of his character will find every hidden corner of your heart; he will steal' your every sympathy, resist. though you will; he will run through your every feel ing, turning. you topsy-turvy with thrills; and all the while bind you fast with the spell of your breathless interest in him. , f You'll regret letting him make a get-away withbut seeing him. One Day Only : C I Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 6c; Adults 15c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 10 f "Adults 20c Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt I tiiMlii IHHtllinmith iMiiHiiiinninirir"" This 39th PRESENTS r THE UNIVERSAL JEWEL SUPER PRODUCTION "Under Crimson Skies" "' AND THE LAST EPISODE OF THE FAMOUS SERIAL The Invisible Hand WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY PRESENTS Marshall Milan's First Personally Produced Super-Picture from his own studios brings to the screen one of the strongest stories ever written "THE RIVER'S END" by James Oliver Curwood A wonderful, new picture of famous writer, JAMES OLIVER thor of the picture of Courage of others. God's country, by the CURWOOD, and'au Marge O'Doone. and Can you imagine a girl falling in love with her sup posed brother? You wijl find a strange, unusual and tender love story in the River's End. ALSO PATHE REVIEW '.." Matinee 2.30. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 17c, 22c, 28c, Evening 7; and 855. Children 11c, 17c; Adults, 22c, 28c LATCHIS THEATRE The House of Bigger Better Newer Pictures SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Men's and Young Men's Suits IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO EVERY MAN IN BRATTLEBORO Men who like to wear good, dependable suits and who like to get them at savings like this sale of all our. men's and young men's suits at the following prices: All Men's $25.00 Suits, In the Clearance Sale, at All Men's $30.00 Suits, . In the Clearance Sale, at All Men's $35.00 and $40.00 Suits, In the Clearance Sale, at All Men's $45.00 to $55.00 Suits, In the Clearance Sale, at 518.90 $23.75 $28.90 $37.50 The Facts Are Quickly Told These are Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt suits, made and bought to sell at the original prices at which they were marked. , The savings are good and they are real money savings. By that we mean that the men buying these suits are getting extraordinarily, good suits at weights suitable for Fall. f ' ' : Many of them are in dark colors' and in . , Clearance Sale prices. ' "' ' ' -; : IT'S A REAL CHANCE FOR MEN WHO BUY CAREFULLY. p 13 i r rs-3 f J -In i'A 3 LI h t 3 14 I -1 E - C. '-3 f Store Open All Day Wednesday 1 .'""n,,Ui,,,N,.l,,U,,..ii.i,,l,..,L,,uaimi.,iui;,..m,.Ml..nall,,,lhl..,..1MUllliill,,,illli,ill.iiltlUlllUilllll IKIIHIlllil HI IMI II Mil ir I ,! Hill ll.-llli...- 1..