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- r, f6 BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, SATURDAY- EVENING, 1 SEPTEMBER 25, 1920. THREE GENTS yjjt; W Arm "NTO 177. T J. .--- . . . ' i . : i i ' ..- . t i i - a il MASKED BANDITS ROB MA CAR TEA FOR THREE CHARMING SHOW Two Men Bound Five Mail Clerks and Went Through the Sacks BOOTY MAY REACH $100,000 Eailroad and Postoffice Officials Check ing Up Losses Robbers Stopped Train Just Outside of Chicago and played the role of the- maul and Murry Made Their Escape. Cast of Fhte Gave Delightful Perform ance in Auditorium to Large j Audience Last Evening. Tea for Three, a Hoi Cooper Megrue comedy drama presented in the Auditor ium last evening, was highly entertaining for a big house. Not in a long time lias a more delightfully presented attraction been seen in Brattleboro. With but five persons in the cast there was no room for acting other than first class, if the impression was to be favorable, and every memlier met the requirements without a flaw. The three principals, the husband, the wife and the friend, were stars of special brilliance, while the maid and the valet were excellent in minor roles. The play deals with a new angle on the eternal triangle, the story being that of a jealous husband whose jealousy turns out to be without real foundation. Millirent Hanlev played the part of the wife. .1. W. Cowell that of the husband mid Bert Leiuh that of the physician friend, whose philosophy of life is differ ent from the usual sort, uraee narper COSMOPOLITAN TRUST CO. CLOSED LARGE DELEGATION FROM BitATTLEBORO CHICAGO. Sept. 25 Railroad and post office officials today were checking up their records to return the value of reg istered mail taken from the New Orleans Ltd. which was held up last night by two masked bandits who escaped. Es timates placed the value of the mail taken from . six sacks at from a few thousand dollars to $100,000. Men boarded the train at Tucker, 111., ,r0 miles south of Chicago, when it was stopped on a block signal, entered the mail coach, bound the nve cieiKs w.u Lincoln that of the valet. The stage set tings were especially pleasing. HANKS FINED $75 IN GREENFIELD Brattleboro Man Pleads Guilty to Driv ing Car While Intoxicated Shellan Fined for Intoxication. (Special to The Reformer. (JKEEXF1EL1), Mass., Sept. 25. John O. Hanks of Brattleboro was ar- rode almost int., Riverdale, just oiusiue raigned in me ureenm-iu u"" V?" ritv There thev pulled the bell this morning on the charge of driving r.l Kti,rmiii,r the train and leaped into I an automobile the darkness. Fifth Boston Banking Insti tution to Be Closed By Bank Commissioner HAS $500,000 STATE DEPOSITS lias Conducted Thrift and Christmas Savings Clubs for Small Depositors Commissioner Allen Says It Could Not Meet Demands of Depositors. BOSTON, Sept. 25. The Cosmo politan Trust Co. of this city, with a Oil 1 UI1U Mill. .11 1J t V . V '.. L1.1.-1.. ' - ....... , 1 . i iii t i II, vlvester. Henry V llhams, r redei agencies abroad was closed by Bank ; st" dmtu. W. E. Telle rru. vain, - $100,000 FIRE IN STONEIIAM while intoxicated. He pleaded guilty and Judge Henry .i.neici imposed a line of $75. Hanks did not have the money, but he was released and his car was held as security while he raises the money. His license was suspended temporarily by the secretary of state ' of Vermont some time ago. Hank's car and another machine were The Symmesand Morrow B 1" 7" 3 nr . , and both were Burn Tenants Escape in Their somewhat damaged. Hanks and a com- NHrrhr Clothes punion, a Mr- sl,el,an of BrattlcWo' Night Clothes. arre9ted aml lot.ked p. eTOW.TT AM. Mass.. Sept. 23. Fire- T1 mornin shellan pleaded guilty to men from four adjoining cities and two the cuxrge ,f intoixicatton. and JiUgo towns were called upon to assist the Fie,i imposed a fine of $10. Shellan was local fire department in fighting a. vmable to pay the fine and was allowed CONGRATULATE HARTNESS. $100,000 fire in the heart of the busi-Jto go aftCr the money. ih'ks district early today, me ui--destroyed two three-story structures on Stoneham square known as the Symmes BJS "ZSSZ ntt aVd Nominee for Governor Receives Mes; sages from Opponents. TYJlowinsr the Vermont direct pri- James llartness or spnngneiu, can nominee for governor. e following telegrams from the three other candidates tor tnat oi- f ice : Newport, Vt. Hearty congratulations on your dc cisive victory. C. S. EMJvRY. Bellows Falls, Vt. T tender mv sincere and cordial con gratulations and beg to assure you of mv loval support. F. II. BABBITT Ludlow, Vt Accept my hearty congratulations You made a good fight. I am with you F. V. AGAN. . .! for a time threatened to spread to owiei Imildinca. Oeeunants of the tenements escaped in their night clothes soon after the mary Janie blaze was discovered. The fire is be- U? Kepubl lieved to have started in a bakery on received the the first floor of the Symnes building. It spread quickly to a variety store in the other building and soon the upper floors of both buildings, which were oc cupied by Caldwell's furniture store. The tenements were in the rear part of the Morrow building. At the old South Pass, in Wyoming, a granite monument marks the site of the office of America's first woman jus tice of the peace, Esther Morris, who was one of the suffrage pioneers. Youve tried ike rest : - Now tru the BEST- i H&issvrvdCps Fenton's Men's Shop AUDITORIUM ONE NIGHT Monday, Oct. 4 Seats on sale Thursday Mail Orders Received Now A Riot of Merriment Adolph Klauber Offers The Audaciously Funny Farce Commissioner Allen this morning. The Cosmopolitan is the fifth bank to be closed by Commissioner Allen in this city in the past five weeks. The first of these was the Hanover Trust Co. which went to the wall with the col lapse of Charles Ponzi, the ' largest in dividual depositor. The Prudential Trust Co. was closed later as were two smaller private. banks. The state has $500,000 on deposit with the Cosmopolitan Trust Co., it was announced by the state treasurer's of fice. The Cosmopolitan has advertised its capital and surplus as $.'5,000,000 and its resources us 20,000,000 for the com bined general banking and savings de partment. The president is Max Mitchell, a leader in the credit union movement in the state and formerly an oflicial of Organized Charities activities. The bank has specialized in accounts of members of" several foreign colonies in the city and has conducted thrift ami Christmas savings clubs for persons of small means. It has advertised a list of correspondent banks in nearly every capital and large, city m Europe, Asia and Africa. The Cosmopolitan Trust Co. had de posits of nearly $13,000,000 in ita bank ing and savings department. iad loans ana inability to meet a Heavy wuimrawai oi deposits Mere given by the commissioner as the cause of the bank's difficulties ami the reason for his action. The bank commissioner in a formal statement de clared that no other bank or Trust Co. was involved in any way. : The continued drain on the company's resources which had been advertised as S120.000.000 was shown in the statement of deposits on. several dates. Between Sent. S and yesterday withdrawals amounted to more than &3.000,000. accord in? to hia fmures. "With loans which could not be converted into cash when needed." the commissioner's statement rnntinued. "the bank was unable to meet the steady and continued withdrawal of deposits and it became necessary in the interests of denositors and of the pub lic' for the commissioner to take posses sion. A small crowd gathered outside me r.Wwp.l 1nnr of the Cosmopolitan with in an hour after the notice was nrsc posted, but as it was prior to banking (Continued on Tage 8.) From 40 to 50 Odd Fellows and Re- bekahs to Attend Sovereign Grand Lodge Sessions in Boston. : , From 40 to 50 Odd Fellows and Iie- bekahs will be in Boston next week to attend sessions of the. sovereign grand lodge. The Vermont headquarters will be at Hotel Bellevue, rooms 212 and 217. There will be a parade Wednesdaj', and the ;B nnington band, composed of 37 Odd Fellows, will lead the Vermont di vision. Among those who will attend one or more ot tne sessions are tne roiiowins Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Haigh, Mrs. John Barden, Mrs. W. E. Sturges, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.Maynard, Miss Harriet Atkins, Mrs. Arad Gould, Mrs. C. V. Cleave- land. Miss Eva Heed, Mrs. Eillia M Pike, Mrs. Lena Adam, Miss Elizabeth Stevens. Miss Alice Marrs, Miss Nora .Tanuith. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Perry, Mr and Mrs. C. X. Moran, Miss Ruth Wilder, 'Miss Puth Sargent, Mrs. Luther Miller, Mrs. Eric Landry, Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Smith. Mrs. Willis D. Gilson, Mrs Lvdia Ellis of Ashuelot, Mrs. Edgar W. Huntlev. C. G. Staples, Carl . Lust ing, Clifton H. Fox, Arthur Horton, John W. Howe, William Hudson, Floyd iinami If. A. Johnson, George Met :f.lf Vnvette Miller, A. F. Roberts, W ' - ...... , , r reuericK rin tF. R. Bradley II. H. HOLBROOK OF TOWNSHEND DEAD MRS. NEIBYSKI TO WOMAN'S CLUB FIRST MEETING SEPT. 29 RECOVER E.0D0 Informal Reception Will Be Feature Vlear Books to Be in Hand3 of l Members by That Time. The Brattleboro Woman's club will open the season of U20-1!)21 Wednes day, Sept. 20, at 3.30 o'clock in the Unitarian parish house. The change from the first Wednesday in October is necessary on account of the Valley fair. Although the year books have not been distributed it is expected that they Will be in the hands of the mem bers by Wednesday. An unusual reature ot tne ciud cal endar this year is a two-day program of illustrated lectures by Dr. Xewell TTMAT. WAS SI 71)11 Dwicht Ilillis on The Influence of Pur- I itanism on Liberty, in observance of the 300th anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims, Dec. 21 having been Verdict in Assault Case in County Court Returned This Forenoon - VERDICT AT FORMER Case Came Back for New Trial on Re versal of Judgment by Supreme Court Guilford Woman Alleged Assault by Thomas Welcome. A verdict of $2,000 for the plaintiff was returned by the jury in county court at Newfane this forenoon in the case of Mrs. Anna Niebyski against Thomas designated by the president ' of the United States as the day tor the na tional observance. The lectures will be presented in the Auditorium and 'the public will be invited. Represent atives of at least three colleges, the state board of health and the Vermont Children's Aid society are among the speakers who have been secured Following is tne calendar tor tne year: Sept. 20 Greetings by the president, Was Officer in 16th Vermont Regiment, a Leading Farmer and Had Held Numerous Town Offices. Welcome, both of Guilford. This wasa aftermath of federation meetings, in- suit for alleged assault with attempt to formal reception to old and new- mem- Ifiers, music, tea. Oct. 20 Public Health Problems. T)r . J 1 1 1 ' 1 ,1 . , The case went on tnai teuiuuy c y Dalton of Rurlington, secretary afternoon, the first day ot the court Gf the siate board of health. term, and had been on trial ever since. I Nov. 3 The Florist Shop, Dramatic The arguments were made yesterday Jub of the Springfield Woman's club ' o n.i J Springfield, Mass.. - aiieiiioou, rtuui..c.v ... -I--- xov. 17 An Acquaintance with On ing for the plaintiff, Attorney John E. P(ai Rugs, Mrs. Florence Field Con Gale opening for the defense," Attorney Frank E. Barber closing for the defense, and Attorney Charles S. Chase for the Friday of the piaintiu. ant, Newbury port, Mass. Dec. 1 Children s day, story telling for children, Mrs. Herbert P. Woodin of Brattleboro; refreshments. Dec. 13-1(5 Leetures by Dr. 'Newell NFANfRV BAND ? -J FOR VALLEY; FAIR Camp Devens Musicians to Be Sent Itere by Gov- , ernment ; t BRATTLEBORO BAND ALSO IS ENGAGED String of Percherona Coming from Con , necticut Agricultural College, Also Herd of Aberdeen , , Angus . Cattle, Both from Eastern States Show. Officials of the Valley Fair associa tion are to be congratulated upon the results of their efforts to secure a gov ernment band for two days of the fair, the services of the combined bands of . the' 13th and 3Gth infantry regiments, which have been playing at. the East em States exposition in Springfield, Mass., all this week, having been ' asi sured by the commander at Camp Dev ens, Ayer, Mass, The services of ' the Brattleboro Military band also have been secured. t, . A string of' Percheron horses from.,., the - Connecticut Agricultural college at Storrs, Conn., and a herd of Aber-t! deen Angus cattle, both of whieh ar , . at the Eastern States exposition this . (Special to The Reformer.) TOWXS1IEXD, Sept. 25. r.f thi eommunitv were . n i tha iwu'a r riilav , ... f.: ,rt iilnpss. of Hucrh II. I .Indt'e Sherman R. Moulton .gave his J pwicht Ilillis. UoHirnr.k S1' Olie Ot tne lOWn luuwu : Cliarge lO me J"J inia " i .j .iiusnair, iuc i wjcia in.r,ici.n, m . c ( ) I 1 ' ' I . ... 1 . .A .f 1 T. , I. "... j. .... .... mrv returnea me eiuict ai xu.-w, i xsosiou. l iiere. as well 8 tine nouitry exniDic being out about, an nour. j Jan. li tier country txiusin, -M rs. r0f Buff Orpingtons, which won the This case was entered Jan. 28, 1018, Ellerbe Wood Zundell of Xew York, sweppstakes at the : Sirinsrfield (Vt.) and was tried at the April term of court fb. 2 Education day, The. Wise J fair ana the Chailestown, X. II. fair tnat year, resulting in a vciuki iui ana vjinerwise, .amaa iiowara uisi i Thursday, piainrui 10 recover ?i,nw uaumgeo. OI jjosioh. i The covernment Dana, wnicn is com court overruled a motion by the defend- Feb. 9 Daughters' day, The Girls' posed of 30 pieces, will arrive in Brat and most respected citizens, , Mr Holbrook was a lifelong resident of TownsheiKl and bad held many town offices, being selectman -many years, also auditor, lister, school director and jm- 1 . nciite. lie was one oi "Nte V7 htie it 99 THE FUNNIEST PLAY STAGED SINCE TWIN BEDS Direct from its long engagement at the New York Princess . Theatre :. , Prices : $2, $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c v.,. v , r. fi directors ot tlie winunam v.uun in-rs bank and was able, to attend a meet ing onlv a few days ago. He served dur :.. . uL l ixrii war as seiueant m tom- r...i.- II irl I , I I ItllFUU v e " ' - -- . r . ..... t;i J. . O H He had ken one ot tne icauui 0'tIock, when tlie case oi it. ara uent, ant to set aside the verdic t. I he case went to the. supreme court, which re versed the judgment of the county court and remanded the case. Problem Today, Mrs. Pearl Randall tleboro Monday. Oct. 4. by motor trans- Wasson, dean of women, University of I portation and will remain here until farmers of this section. The funeral will be neia ai me Sunday at 2 o flock. Lincoln Tft, .11, son. of Mr. J. C. Taf t, went Friday to me u" pital in Urattleboro vo u"uu6. i eration for appendicitis.. HARDING PROMISES STABLE BUSINESS . . j t t.ct Tielptration of Com- JJi't)" mercial Travelers Criticizes Ad ministration's Business Methods. MARIOX, O., Sept. 23.An era of - .K:i;,r n.i rf businesslike covernment was promised by Senator . Harding today in a tront pore i to several thousand coiumercial, travel ers, who came from all parts of the country under the auspices of the Harding and Coolidge Traveling Men s league. The business, methods of tne Democratic administration, both in the conduct of its own affairs and in its relation to private enterprise, were de nounced by the nominee as "modelling Virenten- ancl auiocratic -.-v. nc industrial chaos Vermont, Burlington. ' I Thursday morning, Oct. 7. 'It will March 2 Afternoon of American ,lay both davs of the fair. With the music, Airs. J. v. narrows ana aijss 1 band, whieh is considered the best band Izctta M. Stewart; tea. in the East, will come a recruiting March 16 Child welfaje., Miss L. I party of 10 men, who will be at the Josephine Webster, executive secretary I fair both davs and will remain in and Saxtons Iliver Street Railway Co. will be j 0f the Vermont Children's Aid society, around Brattleboro' the entire week. tried. . ' ' liurlington. The rartv will brln? full field 'equip- April " 6 Guest night. Internal Af-1 nient, tentage. etc., and will be pre- fairs in the United States, Dr. George pared to demonstrate, to a certain er- ' x-.au jaituei tu sew iui. i tent, tne mocie oi living in ine neici JJlLiiVX liN tli3l rv X Henri Pierre uiamson de Yisne or I equipment carried by military organiz- ALHtctieoury college. I atjons in active service. The .Brattle- May 4 Annual meeting with lunch-1 boro band will be augmented for the eon. . I fair davs and rronablv will number The musical?, of Jan. 5 and the lec-1 or more men, so the fair is "well ture by Dr. Raiguel on April 6 will be I fixed" with regard to music. open to the public on the payment of I The Percheron horse exhibit was se- an admission fee. On Children s day, I cured after much effort on the part of Dec. 1, children of club members, the I President C L. Sticknev and Secretary free kindergarten and the" Austine In- j D. E. Tasker of the fair association, stilution will be guests of the club, j both of whom visited the exposition and on Education dav, Feb. 2, all I this week nnd finally succeeded in get- t li t .i-i ..li i .f 1 li . i i ni'ii ' ora ir 1 in I i i .1 . r flu. oncan t$ TVa f 1 i I 'jrr rrn b f . , . a I . V .V ( 1. .." . ' . L . . V. V u .. . . - .w " ' lit. I . 1 V V ' ...... . . k A . L . . V . ua..U.3 V onry m rJ-i. tne coogr.uui .ua. f A, "M guests of the club. the college to bring the string here. In- irom eiu lies uvuiy -" - I rlnde.l in Ihe enrlnnd whieh will eoma to Pruttleboro are the followinfr ani- BITZEK KEblUlNo Imals which won prizes at the Eastern States- exposition: Tho t stallions administrator of the estate of Fred M. Fairbanks, against the Bellows Falls & ELECTED TO 33D Ferris R. Vaughan and Christie B. Crow ell Receive Telegraphic Notifi cation from Chicago. Ferris 11. Vaughan and Christie I? Crowcll of this town and Dr. P. G. God frey of Purlington received telegraphic congratulations yesterday r.n their elec tion to receive the 33d degree m -Mas 1921 ?puti Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. R. A. Nunn, Minister. Sunday September 26. 10.30 a. m. Morning worship. Ser mon subject, Tho Christian Hidden Resources. 12.00 m. Sunday school. Men, young and old, are invited to attend the men 's "class. C.43 p. m. Epworth league service. Mission study. Leader, Miss Elizabeth Bagg. 7.30 p. m. Evening worship. Brief address by pastor. Subject, God 's Friendship Token Friday, Oct. at 7-30 p. m. 1 Week night service Christian Science Church First Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday services at 10.45 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Subicct, Reality. Wednesday evenincr testimonial meeting at 7.45. t Reading room open daily, except Sun davs and lecal holidays, from 12 to 1, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 o'clock. All are wel- ' 1 . 1 .1 TM1 ' A. X A. come. jiuierson uuiiuuig, xinot sireci, NOTICE I Am in the Market for the Highest Prices for newspapers, No. 1 magazines, all kinds of old books and baled waste paper. For full informa tion call 109-M, or write to M. Gissen, 104 Williams Street. Winter Squash GROWN IN WESTMINSTER 5 to 15 pounds each; especially good eating, or keep well for winter use. 50 lbs. 3c lb. 100 lbs. 2J.C lb. Phone orders 536-W LOUIS I. ALLEN Odd Fellows Temple ; Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. 0. O. F. meetings at Boston Sept. 2G-Oct. 2. Ver mont headquarters at Hotel Bellevue second door north of State House Rooms 212 and 2i7, only one flight up where all from .Vermont are requested to register. AH members of the order are invited to attend the meetings during the week and join in the great parade ea nesday, Sept. 29. Bennington band, com posed of 37 Odd Fellows, will lead Ver l mont division. Souvenir parade hats ; may be procured at headquarters. Any 'desiring transportation by automobile 'and not already provided for will please notify the committee at once. V. E Perry. C. G. Staples, II. L. Smith, E. M He outlined a tcr and II. H. Uoss of Burlington, who arc in "Chicago attending the annual meeting tf the -supreme council, S. G. I. G.; for the Northern Masonic jurisdic tion of tlie United States, at which the elections to the 33d degree of the juris diction were made. At the present time there are no 33d degree Masons in Brattleboro and only 27 in Vermont.. It is the highest honor which can cotne to a member of. the Ma sonic fraternity and solicitation" for the : .!MC)Illt- llUirillllt 1 - . ........ xdicy of common council m conir.si , ou the -art -of a member is al- ; .ana pietigea " rtain to result ,n the solicitor POSITION HERE DraSn- 3r- Double Carnot; the mares uonnie otar anci carnette: ine fillies Cnrcille 3d and " Favorite- Lady; also a foal, Juliette. The Aberdeen Angus cattle nre the property of F. W. Burnham of Green field, "Mass., president of the Iranklm County Agricultural society. It is the Superintendent of Local Plant of Mil - lers Falls Company Presented Variety of Gifts. n, ..- -. .. , , - . himself to " idealism liasett on sucu i .-i ,i . i 4 -mi iha tin- sense tnai ii uoe- uui mi. t ion's business with suspicion and con tempt." ' - m-np v,Jeivbi? the election. wiucJi is l ' - ' ! - ' c " , . . , - tendered in recognition of laitniul ana devoted work in the order. Centre Congregational Church Rev. Herbert P. Woodin, D. D., Pastor. Sunday September 26, - . 1. 10.30 a. m. liauy, clay exercises, lad ing the place of the morning service and the Sunday school. Members meet at. 10.15 for the processional. , 12.00 m. The teachers and omeers oi the Sunday school and the board of religious education will meet in the chapel to plan for the year 's work. 7.00 v. m. The young people are in vited to meet in the chapel for a sin"1 and to plan for an organiz ation that will mean something worth while in the life of the church. Refreshments will be served. Saturday. Sept. 25. "The Gleam" of the Congregational Sunday school will hold a sale of children a out-grown cloth ing and household articles in the vacant store at 18 High street. Universalist Church Rev. D. E. Trout Pasto.. Sunday September 26. 10..10 a. m. Divino worship with ser mon by the pastor. Subject, The Call of Jesus for Fishers of Men. 11.45 a. m. Sunday school session. 3.00. p. m. At Vernon, a service of worship with sermon. The American Jersey Cattle club has looted 45 handsome ribbons to ue Frank Bitzer, superintendent at the best herd of this breed in the East and local plant of the Millers Falls Co. I won premiums in many classes at tha since the company took over the busi-1 exposition. .-'? ness of the National Machine Co., has While Secretary Tasker was in resigned his position. He will leave Charlestown, X. II., Thursday as judge this afternoon for his home in Millers of poultry at the street fair and.doing Falls, where ho will be employed bylteome advertising for. the valley fair the same company after a vacation of Ihe secured several fine exhibits of poul two weeks. K. II. Saunders, who has l try, including pens owned by Miss given the winners of the .Jersey classes i ocn .j "Woodberry company in I Henrietta Hooker of Mount Holyoke. at the Valley fair, ana the jersey ex- Waterbury, Conn., has come here to Mr. Task TiSKItnrQ are nrred to come lorwara, Thft ribbons are on display m the win dow of the secretary's othce near tne Western Union telegraph office. First Baptist Church ker reported a fine parade at succeed Mr. Bitzer. " I the Charlestown fair and an attendanca Local employes of the Millers Falls I of about 4,000 persons. Co. presented Mr. Bitzer a gold tipped I A decorated truck with Valley fair cigar holder, a gold mounted pipe, a J cards and products of E. Crosby & Co., ciars before he left the shop. last f lair yesterday to appear in the parade. night, and in the evening some of his j As a result of the visit by the va- Odd Fellow friends presented him a j nous superintendents to the Eastern handsome gold mounted fountain pen. I States exposition all are working with BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Rev. Clark T. Browneu rastor, Sunday September 26. 10.30 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon What Is a Church For? 11.45 a. m. Bible school. naiiy uay everei.;cs . .' T .ill i . 30 p. m. Evening service, t irst m i Taxpayers are remmaea mat a iaw . T-V. . . . 1 I i . 1 1 11.. 1 . . i 1 : !.! n ,. n t". 1 1 r9 series of sermons on uisuuieu i enacieu uy me Hgniamic Afiracles. Subiect. The Serpent line interest on unpaid taxes is now in Storv I force. Brattleboro persons who do not pav their taxes uy uct. x win uo Mnnd.iv at. 7 r. m. Annual corn I charsred interest at the rate oi one- roast of Baraca class at the farm of E. J half of one per cent a" month. E." Covey, 87 Western avenue; .30 p. V Miss Mary and Miss Harriet Hewins m. Boy Scouts in the chapel. I of . Vernon entertained. 14 ' of . their Tuesday at .30 p. m. Christian Jn- i VOun' friends in town last evening to deavor meeting, teubject, in ianus i rt theatre party at the Latehis theatre, added enthusiasm to make their de partments as interesting as possible. and all plans are progressing" satisfac torily for the most successful fair held here in recent years. j WHEEL CLUB TO HAVE FIELD DAY Afar. ! Thursday at 7.30 p. m. social bv the- Christian Endeavor so ciety. Friday at 4 p. m. Junior Endeavor; 7.30 Kegular church prayer meeting. Saturday, 3 to 9 p. m. Meeting and supper by the World-Wide guild. Entire Privileges of Pine Grove Springs Secured for Next Wednesday' - Band to Be Present, ." ... . " The entire privileges at Tine Grove The occasion was .in honor - of y Miss J Springs, Spofford 'lake, have been secured Red Men s Hall Thursday, Sept. Masonic Temple Tuesday. Sept. 2S at 7.30 p. m. Regular meeting Webster Lodge of i Cards will be played and a social time Leap Year I -Marv.-illewins's 14th birthday anni versary. Atter the picture show the young people enjoyed ice " cream and a birthday cake at- Miller's - ice- cream parlors.- Mrs. Oeorge Maynard Miner, national president of the Daughters of tlie Ameri can Revolution, who will be a guest of honor at a I). A. II. meeting in Bellows Falls Monday, will lie a guest of Mrs. Julius J. Estey in Brattleboro Monday night. Mrs. Estey will be pleased to 30 Pocahontas ",, ;i r t i-;n v.ni.1 o ri;m r r. n -li iha nnhlin ia ini-itorl A I I nave any luemuen ui m --,Wa r,,o -n W!nVvm,r friends: I desire call at her home Monday evening be" issued. -. of Mr. Stearns, proprietor for the Vermont Wheel club Wednesday after nooiv Sept; 29, -when a big field vduV trill le held with music by the band, track and field evehts with prizes to each win ner, and refreshments. The privilege of Pine Gfove gives the use of. the golf course, baseball diamond, tennis court, boats, etc. Those planning to attend the field day are asked to meet at the! club rooms . at 12.30 . o'clock. Postcard invita tions to all members have been sent, this week by the entertainment committee, C. L. Stickney," Alvin Boman, ' E. A. Braman, R. L. "Fitts, W. II. Richardson and E. J. Fentori ex-officio. , , White, committee. Perfection, A. A. S. li. J enjoyed.