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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER: MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1920.
SETS SHOE UNIONS AFTER THE MAYOR S. II. HOLT. (Continued from Page 1.) Lynn Labor Organizations lo Start Re call Proceedings Because He Opposes Picketing. LYNN, Mass., Dee. 13. A call to the shoe operatives of the city to join a mass ; was spent in Weston, where he attended school When the war broke out lie enlisted in one of the first regiments organized in the state, but his lather bad his name stricken from the rolln because of the failing health of the young recruit's mother. He finally enlisted in Company shoe operatives oi me cnj m jin motiier. lie nnany ennsieu iu uinim ,.,.,;, cr trmiirhf to take stens towaru me c wtU ormnnt regiment, at ludlow recall of Mayor Walter II. Creamer was n,s company becoming the color company issued today' by Harry Kyan, president t)f the regiment. The regiment was mus- f Joint Council. No. 1, I'nited Shoe teIH nUo the service at Brattleboro Oct. Workers of America. The action is con- 03, 1SG2, and left ao nce lor Washington, templated. it was said, because of the -rne regiment spent the winter along Hull l.,, - .ir wi hpfunsp of a Hosed stato- ct.iTw menta by the mayor regarding the union The f(owing December Mr. Holt s fa- leader. ...... ' ther enlisted and he re-enlisted, both go- Rctie uuij. j'c"t. vv y . j having a knowledge of bookkeeping bid ,.. trif n.aa HftMiled to make out pay rolls, muster rolls and other records. He oovoral snerial detachments from the company. He received bis final discharge in December, I860. 1 Mr Holt married Misa Elmira L. Aus tin of Weston and they had five sons and one daughter, Charles limotuy, vmer 1IC w linton . . . . .i- , . 11.1. i-, nt i .M. Holt. Clinton iion. nus I.Ils GreentieM while emiiloyed as an electn-, HENRY F. JORDAN. (Continued from Page 1.) tractive to him although in recent years 1... i..i f..,l littli time for their mirsuit. He had more than average ability as an Ho had more man memue owm.. -; une daughter, cnaries imiui"). '. amateur magician and frequently ro";' Sidney, Edward K., Emma M., wife tributrl to the success of home talent f james ,. mith, Wilton N,. and C In entertainments. In politics be was a ( M Hoit. Clinton Holt was killed . .. f ' i 1 .... tiio . 1 1 t ! ,1 -ij . 1 1 i 1 1 11 f libera' tendencies o-Umiui life was marked by clean living anl straight-forward dealing. MOKGKNTIIAU THE MAN. Will Represent The President In Ar- tnenian Negotiation. WASHINGTON. Dec. 13. White House officials intimatwl today their be lief that President Wilson had decided to name Ilenrv Morgeiith.au, former am bassador to Turkey, to act as his personal representative to mediate between the Armenians and Turkish Nationalists. While the President is known to have settled upon an appointment no an nouncement of it has yet been made. an be learned his wife REFINED SUGAR 8,i CENTS. New Low Price Made By Federal Sugar Refining Co. NEW YORK. Dec. IS. New low prices were established for refined sugar here todav. The Federal Sugar Refin ing Co. reduced its price another half j n Rrai,m except rye. Wheat was cent to the basis of Si cents per pounu; -, ff corn A (it oAc, oats iv c.,. ,.nlotiul ruber refiners who i 01 r..- iV. wliile rve was f.i'in Sw fur as Ci ana otuer.ciuiuii.-ii O......V- , Mr Holt was first admitted to the le-, treat' in 1879 and was discharged and re-; admitted several times i" the yfa. to-( lowing. He was last admitted Sept. -J, ; 1918 'Previous to that time he had a shack on the side of Wantastumet moun-, tain, where he spent several years. i t! ,wt .t etrv and music and his taste was reflected in the many po-: erns he wrote and the zest w-,... " he sang and played upon his violin, which was his only companion ,n his mou ta n shack At one time, before he took up the life of a recluse, he went about town selling shoes. GRAIN CONTINUES foDROP. Cattle At Chicago Lowest Since 1916 Hogs Below 10 Cents. CHICAGO, Dec. 13. A downward price tendency continues in tfie grain market. . . . . Cosing transactions compared with u.. f nwviniis week showctl losses ROOT AND HARDING are! IN CONFERENCE Consulting On an Association of Na tions Studying How Far Present Plan Can lie Used. MARION, Ohio. Dec. 13. Advice on the plan for an association of nations was given to President-elect Harding today by Elihu Root, who recently conferred with European statesmen in the formation of a world court under the leagtie cove nant. The conference, regarded as one of th most , imnnrtnnt to be held bv Mr. Harding in his "meeting of minds" here is j understood to have concerned chiefly the j question of how far the machinery of the present league may be used in building a world peace concert acceptable to the United States. Details of his talk with Mr. Harding today were not revealed, both Mr. Root and the President-elect saying his recom mendations were entirely confidential. In asking Mr. Root's advice Mr. Hard ing is understood to have sought in partic ular for information about the practical working of the league as observed by the former secretary of state during his visit t Europe. Questions on the same subject were put by Mr. Harding yesterday to Herbert Hoover, who recommended that the league machinery with changes be used in bufld ini the nrrmosed association of nations. ... r, ..." j i - - - "We discussed the league," said Mr. Hoover in a talk with newspaper men. "I have always been in favor f taking this league and the peace treaty and modi fying them. I see no use in reopening the thousand questions that have been closed and committed to documents. It must be substantially modified in machin ery and other ways. I believe it can be done and that the other members of the league will accept America s lead. BIRTHS. In Woodsville, N. H., Dec. 12, a daugh ter to G. Hampton and Elizabeth (Tay lor) McGaw. for fine granulated. Other refiners who had maintained their prices of Oc, re duced their quotation cent. TAKES THRONE FOR KEEPS. Coiistantine Declares He Has No Inten tion of Abdicating. LUCERNE, Switzerland, Dec. 13. (As sociated Press.) Constantino of Greece todav personally declared he would r t abdicate the throne. "I will not abdictfte and never had any such intention" he said in his farewell interview with the corresK)ndent preliminary to his de parture f.r Athens tomorrow. TAX HEARINGS OPEN. Congress Begins Work On Revenue Leg islation. WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. Initial steps in the framing of new revenue leg islation by congress were taken today with the opening of hearings before the house ways aud means committee on tax questions and the nation's revenue. December wheat closed at $1.G", March wheat Sl.riO'i: December corn bsc, Mav corn 71 1-Sc. July corn December oats -UAc May oats 49Vac, Tnlv oats 4!: December rye ,i..n-?4c, Mav rve $1.40; May barley 71!. In the live stock markets, cattle values are the lowest 1n5- despite the marked decrease in production. Top hogs Saturday sold at $;.S.". as compared with .$10.40 at the close of the previous week. HOUSE FOR IMMIGRATION. Expected Johnson Bill Will Be Defeated in Senate. WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. The John son immigration bill as amended to pro hibit all immigration for a period of one year was passed today by the house. It now .goes to the senate, where its defeat is predicted bv senate leaders. The vote was 203 for the bill and 41 against it. Six members voted "present." DEATHS. In "Brattleboro, Dec. 13, Henry Francis Jordan, 02. MORE DEER BY BRATTLEBORO MEN Several Secure Tropides Dec. 11. Last Day County Continues to Lead in Reports from State. State Fish and Game Commissioner Linus Leavens received reports Satur day of 37 more deer being killed in Wind ham county, making the total reported up to that time 340. The total for the state was 1,20!). Reports wi'.l continue! to come in for several days. County Fish and Guue Warden E. II. Metcalf of this place .sent in the fol lowing reports today: J. II. Burdick of Brattleboro, j,-pound doe" in uummer ston. Dec. 11 : Everett Gaines of Guil ford, 100 pound buck near bis home Dec. 10; Emil Schatzman of Maidboro, 140 pound doe Dec. 10 in that town ; Roy Wave! of .Brattleboro. 200-iound. eight point buck in Brattleboro, Dec. 11; Wil- DUCK in xowusiienu, uec. iu. Frank Danforth returned yesterday nfter.- snendina' n tiwIt nt his former home in Rupert, bringing with him a nrjuuuu v n rv . Reports sent in by J. L. Stockwell of West - Brattleboro. one of the head in spectors, include these not previously published: Harold White of Brattle boro. !)3-iound buck in Dummerston Dec. 11; George Watson of Guilford, 200- ixiiirnl hnek in finilfni'd Dep. 7: Fvancis Taylor of Brattleboro, l.0-pound doe in Jamaica uee. ; M. r. i namoernn 01 Brattleboro. 100-pound buck in Brattle boro Dec. 10; J. O. Tucker of. Brattle boro, 150-pound doe in Brattleboro Dec. 11 ; Merrill Dodge of Brattleboro. 12", jKund doe in Dummerston Dec. "; Wil Jard Dodge of Brattleboro, 175-pound buck in Brattleboro Dec, 0; O. D. Whitnev of Brattleboro, 175-pound doe i Brattleboro Dec. i); Ralph Gould of Brat tleboro, 100-pound doe in Brattleboro Dec. !); Ernest Thomas of Guilford. 150 pound doe in Guilford Dec. 1); Merrill Hamilton of Brattleboro, 173-pound buck in Brattleboro Dec. 7. Carl S. Hopkins of Brattleboro, a head inspector, reports the following in ad dition to those previously published, all being Brattleboro" -hunters':."' It. II. Cory, 180-pound doe in Townshend .Dec. 10; ltay Rounds, 125-pound doe in Town sherid Dec. 10; D. J. Fennell, 100- pound buck in Dummerston Dec. H; L. A. in,n,ml, )or).nrimrl bni'L- in Townshend Dec. 0; Bert Hounds 150-puond doe ui Townshend Dec. 10; Albeit Bobbie, 150- pound nucK. m .ewiane ikc u, nuiio. Ring. 150-nound doe in Jamaica Dec. 8; Charles A." Harris, 175-ound doe in Marl boro Dec. 11; Georne S. liewins. Im pound buck in Vernon Dec. 11. ARMENIA LOSES INDEPENDENCE. Declared To Be Under Guardianship of Russian Soviets. CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 13. Ar menia is no longer an independent state, but is under the guardianship of the Mos cow government, declares a statement is sued by the Turkish nationalist govern ment bearing the date of Dee. C. which declares tfiat no dissension exists between the Nationalist regime and the Russian Soviets. - :- LOWER BREAD IN SPRINGFIELD. Wholesalers and Retailers Reduce Prices '. Cent a Loaf. SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Dec. 13. The first general reduction in retail bread prices became effective here today when a reduction of one cent a loaf by the mas ter bakers' association was followed by a similar reduction by retailers. The wholesale price was dropped from 15 cents to 14 cents for large loaves and from to I)' -a cents for the smaller size. A hen cackles after laying an egi; to denote, pleasure; this noise is said by some scientists to be akin to human laughter. If Finicky Digestions disturbed by ordinary food, find comfort in TrATPnfv Vinnrs oP talcm make this blend of wheat and malted barley Quickly and easily con vertible into health, and strength Try a package from the grocer. Test tells "There's a Reason9 Give someth ing worth ivhile, something useful. Bath Robes, Gloves, Mit tens, Pajamas, Night Shirts Ties, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Flannel. Shirts, Socks, Hats, Caps, Um brellas, Scarfs, Suit Cases, Bags, Suspenders, Garters, Undefwear, Sweaters, Mackinaws, Suits, Over coats. H.P.Wellman Co., Inc. 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JVWCff5TR STORE - ILi T H li Ism PRESENTS TODAY AND TOMORROW 1! dm JT arra r i n 66r I lie JJl. lac 1 M Woman 99 From the Famous Sensational Stage Success, Supported by an All Star Cast, Including Montague Love, William P. Carleton, Frank Losee, Adele Blood, Madge Bellamy, Louise Stern AN EXOTIC DRAMA OF STRONG AND WEAK WOMEN. GERALDINE FARRAR'S GREATEST PHOTO-PLAY m Is love woman's whole existence? Is love a law unto itself? What does woman crave more than Jove? Does any woman understand the mystery of her own heart? Is every woman a Sapho and a Ma donna? Can any man understand a woman? Does woman understand herself? Why does love often perish in the fire of its own passion? 4 8 arrar in. RIDDLE YfOMAR Directed by Edward Jose ;,..,7! 'i .'r y ill-' t-:(rT 4 - She loved her husband with the full strength of her passionate vitality. But she kept something from him. Was it weakness, was it fear, or was it a strange impulse of her womanly na ture? The greatest drama of life is woman, a contradiction of her own heart, a mys , tery to man. Xf "THE RIDDLE: WOMAN," is a brilliant portrayal of the conflicting moods of the eternal feminine. It amazingly discloses the innermost mysteries of a woman's nature by revealing th?; destinies of three modern types caught in the toils of a fascinating and passionate love profiteer. It is magnificent in the grandeur of its gowns and the vivid personalities of an all star cast. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES MUSIC BY THE ORGAN m . Today- The Latest News . . Tomorrow Bruce Scemcs Matinee 2.30. Children lie, 17c; Adults 12c, 22c, 28c. Evening 7 and 8.55. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 22c, 28c. Latchis Theatre The House of Better Pictures V'- . ., j,1 u.--, '-j-'. -Urf- ' - : 9 VV 9.?; "IE,"" r": """ fl