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BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Houghton & Simonds :s!$i3 :JC re 1 THE BttATTLEBORO DAILY REF0I13VIEH: ; FRIDAY,' JANUARY 14? 1921. P 3 53 mm 'WM p His 1 S3 I Ms ''!KUi,:ii!n!!i!i:iii!M!!iiiWi::- Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt Brattleboro's Department Store j Tomorrow, Saturday, the Last Day of Our artment's Competition Sale To win a prize each department is trying to outdo the others in bar- j gains tomorrow. So if you are in need of goods in any part of the store, tomorrow will be the best time to buy them and at the same time help your j favorite clerk win a prize. Men's Department I Men's $2.00 Negligee Shirts, without col lar, soft cuffs. Xarrow and wide stripes and all-over patterns. All colors. Sizes 14 to1". Sale Price $1.00 Men's $1.50 Blue Chambray Work Shirts, collar-attached; breast pocket ; double sewed scams; cut full size. Sizes 141 to. 17, Sale Price 79 Men's $3.00 Union Suits, seconds, ecru col or. Long sleeves, ankle length, closed crotch. All sizes, Sale Price $1.50 Men's $5.00 Coat Sweaters in gray, brown, green and blue. Two pockets. Excel lent qualitv. All sizes, Sale Price $3.50 Men's 25c Best Cotton Hose in all the wanted colors. Medium weight, good wearing. Sizes 9y2 to 114, Sale Price 19 Men's $2.00 Gray Outing Flannel Shirts, breast pocket, double sewed seams. Ex cellent qualitv. Sizes Ay2 to 17. , Sale Price $1.19 Men's $15.00 Sheep-lined Coats, with beaverized sheepskin collar. Gray wool material outside. All sizes, Sale Price $10.00 Men's $2.00 Domet Night Robes, with col lar and breast pocket. Pink and blue .-: patterns. Good weight. Sizes 16 to 19, Sale Price $1.15 Men's $3,00 Heavy Fleece-lined Union Suits in ecru color. Good quality, good wear ing. Sizes 36 to 46, Sale Price $1.95 Men's $1.50 Heavy Fleece-Lined Shirts and Drawers, ecru color. Good quality, Vcrv durable. All sizes, Sale Prices $1.00 each :iii:in,!ii;ni!;iii!;;w:iniim!;n!nm)iimiiiii!'iii::niiiiii i;;Hi:mi:Ki!ai!i!n!Hffli;ra"i!n!i!:i;:;i:;ffii Boys' Department Boys' 75c Heavy Black Ribbed Hose, sec onds. Good quality. Suitable for school or dress. All sizes. Sale Price 25 . ': vv Boys' $2.00 Fleece-lined, and Jersey Ribbed Union Suits, long sleeves, ankle length. Extra qualitv. All sizes, Sale Price $1.00 Boys' $2.50 Outing Flannel Pajamas, in pink and lilue patterns. Military collar, breast pocket. Sizes to 16 vears. . .Sale Price $1.50 . . -, . - - - t Boys' $5.00 Coat Sweaters, with collar and two pockets. Colors red, blue, gray and brown. Extra quality. All sizes. Sale Price $2.95 Garment Department WOMEN'S FUR COATS AND SUITS AT HALF PRICE $350.00 French Seal Coats, beaver collar and cuffs, Competition Sale Price $187.o0 $250.00 Marmot Coat, raccoon collar and cuffs, Competition Sale Price $125.00 $250.00 Marmot Coat,-with oppossum collar and cuffs, . Competition Sale. Price $l-2o.UU $250.00 Pony Coat, oppossum collar and " cuffs, Competition Sale, Price $125.00 Fifteen Women's $50.00 Suits, including GARMENTS AND FURNISHINGS AT SPECIAL PRICES Women's $15.00 Dresses of wool serge, jer sey and poplin ; all new styles; new colors $10.00 Children's $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 Coats, silvertone. velour and polo, cloth, in Sizes 6 to 14 years $17.75 Women's $1.00 Voile Waists,; good assort ment, both white and colored... 50 Women's $5.00. Georgette Waists, beaded and embroidered, white and flesh color, $2.95 Women's 50c Black Jersey Driving Gloves, all fleece lined 10 ii;;:nii;m;'ira silvertone, velours and'oxfords, - - Competition Sale Price $25.00 i ii i i i i hi iniiiimii iiiimnfiiiitiiWimiHirtttimttinii MiHTi iriiiMiuiUMnMniM- umtniitsruii'innimiffiiiiiniM Dry Goods Department . S1.98 . $2.75 . $3.50 . S3.98 35c Outing Flannel in a big assortment of colors; also in plain white. Your choice in the lot. at ..... .'..'.. ' . 1 yard Another Lot of Those 35c Good Quality Percales, 36 inches wide, in gray, blue and light colors 15 yard $2.75 House Dresses very well made of good quality percale, set-in sleeves; the kind wanted how- $1.98 Blankets Are you buying your Blankets at the right price? $2.75 Double Blankets, now. $3.50 Double Blankets, now. $4.50 Double Blankets, now. $5.00 Double Blankets, now, More Ginghams, for this Week 35c Bates Gingham, now ... .... 19 Big Assortment of the 32-inch Gingham at less than wholesale price, now 35 yd. Women's -$2.00 Outing Flannel Night Robes, made of good qualitv outing. Now $1.25 Another Lot We Are Grouping Together, Including All the. $2.98 and $3.25 Out ing Flannel Robes, for ....... $1.9S $1.50 Silk Poplin, in black and all the best colors; another lot received todav to sell at . .9S yard Storm Serge, received at the new low price, in navv, and other colors, all shrunk, V Now $1.9S yard $1.50 Fine French Serge, 36 inches wide, in a good range of colors. Note the price . . S9 Messaline Silk, Taffeta, Crepe de Chine You will find it a busy place in our Silk Department. Nearly all colors on sale now at . . . . $1.59 yard Special $3.00 Good, Heavy Quality Black Satin, all silk, which we sell at $1.98 yard ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF COTTON We advise buying as all Cottons are slightly advancing in price. 40-inch Sheeting, unbleached... 72-inch Sheeting, I'epperell. . . . 36-inch Hill Cotton, now 36-inch Fruit-of-the-Loom. ,. . 19 yd. 36-inch Fine Cambric 19 yd. 36-inch Lonsdale Cambric. 25 yd. Sheets and Pillow Slips at Sale Prices, as advertised first of .the week. $2.25 Royal Worcester Corsets, with rubber top and also top and skirt made with rubber. .The most popular corset on sale, now $1.85 Women's 50c Cotton Hose, in black and brown. Great value, now . 35 Women's 75c Fine Lisle Hose, fine quality, in black and brown 45 Pure Silk Hose, regularly sold at $2.00 pair. In black, brown, white, now $1.25 15 yd. 40 yd. 19c yd. Rev. R. A. Nunn will conduct the chapel service at the Retreat Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. C. Goodell and family, formerly of P.rat tleboro, moved Saturday from Green field, Mass., to 3 Spring street. A business meeting of Ave Marie cir cle, Daughters of Isabella, will be held in Knights of Columbus hall Monday night at 8 o'clock. The Thursday night chorus of the high school assisted by the Baptist quartet, under the direction of Mr. iiraman. will repeat the eontata. Pilgrims of 1020, at i the Home for the Aged tonight at 7 o'clock. Joseph Trahan, proprietor of the Brooks House barber 6hop, will open Monday a pressing, cleaning and alteration shop for men's clothing hi the basement of his shop. It will be in charge of Ro derick Filion, who has had experience in that line. The basement of the shop is large and well adapted for this kind of work. The funeral, of Mrs. Persia Eaines, who died Monday, was held at the home yes terday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. l)el inar E. Trout, pastor of the First Uni versalist church, officiated. The burial took place in the Hubbard cemetery in Vernon beside the body of her husband. The bearers were W. P. Eames. Scott P. Eames, Philip E. Franklin and Fred C. Sargent. There was a profusion of beautiful floral remembrances. Those who came from out of town to attend the service were Mr. and Mrs. Albert X. Howe of New York city, Mr. and Mrs. Max Eninger of South Deerfield., Will P. Eaines of Newfane and S. L. Rice of Chesterfield, N. H. The funeral of Mrs. Leroy S. Raw son, who died yesterday, will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning in Carl A. Mitchell's undertaking parlors. Rev. Clark T. Brownell will officiate and the burial will take place in Jamaica. Mrs. Rawson underwent a serious operation about two years ago, from which she never fully recovered. She was a daugh ter of Earl and Sarah Willard and was born in West Dummerston. July 7. lK-". Her First husband was Pearl Baldwin and on Oct. 7. 1!1(V. she married Leroy Rawsoti. who survives. She was a mem ber of the First Baptist church of Brat tleboro. Mrs. Rawson also leaves one daughter. Florence May Baldwin of Brattleboro ; three sisters, Mrs. Stuart Chapin and Mrs. B. C. Baldwin of Brat tleboro and Mrs. Samuel Clark of Dum meVstori. and three brothers. Archie of Brooklyn, George of West Dummerston and' Dexter Earl of Worcester, Mass. spa mm JOSEPH M. BENNETT DEAD. Philadelphia Salesman Former Resident of Putney Mother and Brother in Brattleboro. News has been received of the death of Joseph M. Bennett. -, at his home in Philadelphia Tuesday of this week. where he had been ill of stomach trouble four months. He had made a heroic right for life, but little hope was given for his recovery. Joseph M. Bennett was born in West I'.rattl.-boro in 1st IS and spent the first 10 yearn of his life there, going with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bennett. from there to Putney, where he worked on their large farm and attended school at Vermont academy Sartons River. On reaching his majority . he . came to Brattleboro. taking a pojton as attend ant at the ermont asylum, now the Brnttlelwro Retreat, for about one year. While here he united with the First J'ap tist church. Inthe fall.of.jyOO he (Went to Philadelphia ..where' he has since lived. fr. i. In 11HM he nab;rieJ Miss Lillie Van Leer of Philadelphia, who survives. Mr. Bennett held several important positions with wholesale houses,' being employed at the time of his death by the Western ., Consolidated Milling Co. as salesman, He was of genial personality, a man of strong convictions and fearless in upholding the right at all times. Be sides his wife, he leaves his mother. Mrs. Warrvn Bennett, and his brother, Elbert M. Bennett, of Brattleboro, and his sis ter Mrs. Dana I. Howard of Guilford, who helped to tenderly care for hiui in his last illness. attend 1 It 22 .55 46 4 V 44 13 45 43' 41 4l 27 5oN '2 - 2) 23 3 37 r 54 . '-1 ' Trace around to fifty-two, And my will then greet yon. Draw from one to two and so on to the end. WEST BRATTLEBORO E. A. Knight, who is employed by the Kstey urgan Co. is ill with a severe cold. Hugh Corbett. who had been a student at Mount Hermon school, is now study ing at the Brattleboro high school. Mrs. Terley II. Winchester, who has been confined to her home several days by illness, is better but is not yet out again. Carroll Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs George C. Harris, is slowly convalescing from a serious illness of several weeks with pneumonia. Mrs. Mildred Iodge. graduate nurse, is caring for William Gibbs of Marlboro, who was operated upon yesterday morn ing in the Melrose hospital by Dr. Eynch. Miss Gertrude Yearly was discharged vestenlay afternoon from the Mj-lrose hosnital, where she had been three weeks with an infection in a finger of th? right hand, caused by being pinched in the elevator in the Barber building. GREEN RIVER. Sarah Glazier is not able to school on account of a bad cough. Merrill Miner, Creron Miner and Ed ward Boyden were at Mrs. Ellen Miner's recently. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Denison were in West I.cyden, Mass.. Sunday to see An drew lHnison. who has been suflTeriuz with neuralgia. Forest Gallup did not return to his studies at Bnrlington Monday, as was re ported in last week's items, but was de tained at home with grip. Mr. and Mrs." Myron Thompson aud Archie Miner were in Greenfield Sunday to see their sister, Mrs. Levi Thompson, who has been very ill. They found her ii" The funeral of Mrs. Edith Miner was held at the home Friday- at 11 a. m. Rev. D. E. Trout spoke words of sympathy to the relatives and friends. Those from away were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cromach. Mr. and Mrs. Will Metz, Robert Martin and Mrs". Jennie Shearer, all of Colrain. Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miner and daughter of West Eeyden. Mrs. Miner will be missed. She was a good wife and mother, and a kind neighbor. She leaves besides her husband, Archie Miner, three children, Clayton, Eena and Reginald Miner. WARDSBORO. 1j. P. Sprague, who was ill last week, is able to be out again. Paul Stvles of Jamaica visited his oouXin.'T. Ii. White. Monday. Otis Hefflnn. who visited in Carlisle. Pa., tt few weeks, returned home Tues day. ' !; Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Georze Recti of Newfane called on Mrs. II. E. Knight and other friends Tuesday. Fred and Willis Gieser. Bert Wilder and Dana Stafford of Brattleboro went to Stratton Saturday fishing pickerel. Colfax Hebekah lodge and Wardsboro lodge of Odd Fellows will hold a joint in stallation in the town hall Friday night. Vermont Grange will hold its next meeting Wednesday evening. Jan. 10, in stead of Tuesday. The first and second degrees will be worked. Mrs. Rosie Dexter, who has been with her son, Charles Dexter, in Braintree since .luly. returned. to the hoi" of her daughter. Mrs. M. E. Johnson. Thursday. Mrs. Johnson met her in Brattleboro. Mrs. Jennie Tay of Somerville. Mass.. called on her cousin, Mrs. W. W. Kid der, Saturday. Mrs. B. L. Perry and Mrs. M. H. Gleason of Pikes Falls were at the home of theiriaunt, Miss Emma Knapp, the same day., Mrs. William II. Parsons sustained a shock about o'clock Sunday morning. Mr. Parsons heard her fall to the floor. Her left side and her eyesight were affected, but her eyesight has returned. She remains about the same. Her son. Bert, and wife have helped care for her. daughter. .Mrs. James TnielL nf lirattieooro, came :?unlay to assist in car ing for her. - Mi fane. WEST WARDSBORO. E. A. Selfois is working in Xew- is drawing logs for Flovd Robinson returned to Brattleboro Monday. Albeit Robinson Baymond Reed. Misses Marion Putnam and Carrie Rob erts were at home from their schools over iMindav. H m mm IB H H H H a H B H H H LH ril B CONCERT and DANCE Festival Hall ; ... Ferdinando Orchestra Under Auspices of Brattleboro Business and Professional Woman's Club Wednesday, January 19 Special Concert 8 to 9 Dancing 9 to 1 Ladies 60 cents; Gentlemen $1.10 (Including the tax) B B a a ii a a Lei a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a in a TOMORROW Will Be ' 6 Hosiery- Day In The Great Odds and End s Sale When Special Showings and Attention Will Be Given to This Feature of the Sale Our Whole Stock is Marked Down Women's, Mens, Children's Stockings Silk Cotton Wool McCallum's Silk Hose for Women $2.98 McCallum's Full-Fashioned. Lisle Top, I'ure Silk, in black and colors, Sale Price $1.98 $:t..0 McCallum's Outsize. Lisle Top. I'ure Silk lioot Hose, in black and white. Sale Trice S2.-1S $:...10 McCallum's Ture Silk All the Way, in black and white. Sale Price $2. 18 $4.r0 McCallum's I'ure Silk. Hand Clocked, Sale Price $2.9S $..U0 McCallum's Heavy, Pure Silk, iu black only. Sale Price $3.98 Phoenix Silk Hose for Women Former SI. SO Phoenix I'ure Silk. Lisle Garter Top. Sale Price Sfil.lO Former $2.10 Phoenix, Semi Fashioned Silk. Sale Price SI. 4 5 Former $2.15 Phoenix Outsize Silk. Lisle Top. Sale Price $1.43 Former $2.1." Phoenix I'ure Silk. Lisle rib top. Sale Price $1.13 Former $2. CO Phoenix Full-Fashioned Silk. Sale Price SI. 95 Former $3.15 Phoenix Outsizeif Full-Fashioned. Sale Price $2.S3 Former $3.90 Phoenix Full-Fashioned. All Silk. Sale Price $2.53 Other Makes of Wom en's Silk and Fibre Hose at Bargain Prices Large Lot Former $1.00 to $1.50 Fibre Silk Hose, in black, gray, brown, navy, tan. white and fancy ribbed. In One Great liar gain I-ot, Sale. Price 49 $1.25 Pure Silk Moot Hase, cor dovan brown only. Sale Price G9c $1.98 Pure Silk Hose, semi-fashioned. In black, brown, srav ..and white. At Iess Than Half Price. Sale Price 93o $:i,50 Pure Silk. Full-Fashioned, mostlv white, a few browns. Sale Price $1.9S $2.50 Outsize Silk Hose, in black and white. Sale Price $1.98 $2.98 Fancy Silk Hose, black and brown.: some with white clocks and richelieu ribs. Sale Price $1.93 Children's Stockings All Marked Down Children's Sfic Stockings. black and brown. Sale Price 19 pr. Children's 50c Stockings, black and brown. Sale Price 39 pr. Children's 59c "IUack Cat" Stock ings, heavy weight for boys. Light weight for girls. Sizes to 10. Sale Price 45c4 pr. Cliild'rcn's 65c "Illack Cat" Stock ings, the best grade of. this famous brand. Three weights, fine misses', medium weight for boys and girls and extra heavy weight for boys. All sizes GVj to 10. Sale Price 50 pr. Children's 75c Kibhed Wool Stock ings. Sizes 7 to 10. Sale Price 59 pr. Children's $1.00 Fine Mercerized Lisle Stockings. "Black Cat" brand, Sale Price G9 pr. i Women's Gotton, Lisle, Wool and Fleeced Hose :ic .Medium Weight Cotton Hose, mostly black. At Less Than Half Price, Only 17 pair All 50c, 59c and 65c Cotton Jloso in light, medium and heavy weights. 'T.lack Cat." "Uur-son.-' and "Onyx" makes.. .. . Sale Price 35o AH 75c Cotton and Lisle Hose, in above makes, Sale Price 19 All 89c Cotton and Lisle Hose. Sale Price 59c SOc Phoenix Silk Lisle Hose, Sale Price 53f All $1.00 line Mercerized Lisle Hose. Sale Price 69 $1.50 Full Fashioned Lisle Hose. Sale Price 79 50c Fleeced Hose, seconds. Only 21c pair 75c Fleeced Hose. Sale Price 59C $1.69 Heather Wool Sport Hose. Sale Price $1.13 $2.00 Heather Wool Sport Hose. Sale Price $1.50 $2.75 Heather Wool Sport Hose. Sale Price $1.9S $2.9S lilack Silk and Wool Hose. Sale Price $1.98 Best Makes of Men's Silk Hose Men's 65c Silk Plaited and Fibre Silk Hose. Sale Price 45C pr. Men's $1.H Silk Hose m "Onyx" and "Shawknit" makes. Sale Price fiOc pr. Men's $1.15 "Phoenix" Silk Hose, in black, cordovan, grav and navy. Sale Price SOC pr. Men's $2.98 "McCallum's" Heavy Ulack Silk Hose. Sale Price $2.00 pr. Men's Cotton and Wool Hose Men's 29c Cotton Hose in two weights. Sale Price 19C pr. Menfs 39c Cotton Hose, both heavy weight ami fine, Sale Price 23C pr. Men's 39c Merino Hose. black and gray. .Sale Price 29c pr. Men's 50c Fine Cotton and Lisle Hose, black, gray and brown. Sale Price 35C pr. Men's 69c Fine and Heavy Wool Cashmere Hose. Sale Price 49 pr. Men's 75c Fine Ulack Cashmere Hose. Sale Price 59C pr. Men's $1.48 Kkhielieu Rib Gray Worsted Hose, Sale Price 95c pr. Men's 69c Heavy Out-Door Wool Hose, Sale Price 52C pr. Men's 75c and 79c Heavy Out Door Wool Hose. Sale Prices 56C and 59c pr. .Men's 89c and $1.00 Heavy Out Door Wool Hose. Sale Prices 67 and 75 pr. Infants' Hose at Bargain Prices Infants' 29c and 35c Cashmere Finish White Hose, Sale Price 19C Our Hest Infants' 75c Cashmere Hose in black, white and brown. ..The "baby face" brand, ... ... Sale Price 49f pr. Infants' 35c Lisle Hose in black, white and brown. Sale Price 25C pr. Infants' 45c Lisle Hose in black, white and brown. Sale Price 33 r pr.