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THE. BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1021.
BRATTLEBORO LOCAL .Miss IsuIm-1, attcnilcd th vi-dtling of Miss Lura Cogswell in WmMI Saturday eve ning. Tlio brido was a roommate of Miss Newtan! ati XorthtW'M seminary. The tl,P wt'dding inarch was played by Miss Nv- Tlia v,.,il-i- nwmtlilv mnptillff of Mutual Aid association which was i.st- poiifd from the second Wednesday ot the The Handicraft club, an auxiliary ot month will be held at the headquarters the J'.oy Hangers, will hold a public exhi at .".:;) p. in. tomorrow. bitioti of their work in !rauge hall Tues- A well-known Krattleboro business day evening of this week. Mr. Alger, man was held up bv a traftio officer be- county agent of boys and girls clubs, will tween Mailow and Newport. X. II., last be present, also Representatives of the week and informed that he was exceeding state agricultural college at Amherst. tl speed limit with his automobile, butj J. s;. Sayre of Tpwnshend started an his persuasive powers enabled Inm to pro- auto service route between Aortliheld and tireentield and Aorthheid and i.ranie-Imh-o .Monday of this week. Arthur Ly man, who for several years conducted this business, will be the driver of the car, which accommodates IS passengers. ceed without being taken into court. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL . Tasker and II. S. Wellman Yesterday from a week spent re-at and L. 1 timed I'liton. Me. Mr and Mrs. Howard S. Menard son. Howard, of Menans. X. Y.. are spending the week with State's Attorney and Mrs. Harold 10. Whitney at Spofford. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hopkinson of Dal las, Texas, came yesterday to visit in the home of Mr. Hupkinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hopkinson of Washing ton street. Mrs. Clifton Handy and daughter, Virginia, of Hay City. Midi., are visiting her aunt. Mrs. Wells Hardwell. They will go today to visit another aunt. Mrs. A. H. Ilulett. in AYestnioreland. X. II. NOKTIIl-'IKLD. MASS. High School Graduates IS. Ilighteen boys and girls were gradu ated from t lie high school last Thursday. This is the largest class to receive diplo mas in the school's history. The town hall was tilled to capacity with friends of the graduates. Red and white roses and ferns were the decorations. Kxcellcnt singing was rendered ny inesiuoeni ioi under the direction of I'rof. 1. J. Law rence of Mount Hermon. The program for the evening was as follows: Saluta tory. The Shields of Arthur's Hall. Faith X. Hufl'um : essay. Hooks, Helen Jrout: essay, A Young Man's Notion of Good Citizenship. Donald Williams; essay. He Vin Who Thinks He Can. Evangeline Colton : essay. Concerning Sugar. Alden Doolittle; valedictory. Forsan et haec olim ineinenisse juvabit. Isobel Suther land. The diplomas were presented by I'rof. F. L. Huley of the school board. The graduates then received their friends in the banquet hall where the juniors dis pensed cake and ice-cream. Those who graduated are: Helen Marie Aldrich. Ruth Minnie Higelow, Faith Nora Huf t n in. Evangeline Harrow Colton. Julia I'.ridget Coughlin. Helen Myra (Jrotit. Irene Lavelle, Juliette Josephta Monat. Isobel Christina Sutherland. Frank Wil liam Anderson.- Alden Hartwell Doolittle, John Thomas Dale, Albeit Wade Gold smith. Donald Reed- Williams, Richard Alden Iluber. Arthur William McNamara. Albert Lawrence Tyler, Laurence Morgan Hammond. WANTS NO WOMAN JLKOKS. HAD STORM AT Sl'NAPEE. New Defense for Mrs. liaber. Charged will" Murder, Says Tliey Are Too Colli. CLEVELAND. .. June 27. There will nbe no women on the jury that is to try Mrs. Eva Katherine Kager for the iirst degree murder of her husband. Dan iel F. Kaber. when her trial open to morrow, if the defense can prevent it. Francis W. l'aulson. Mrs. Ruber's at torney, announced last night. He de- lared they are too cold-blooded, espe cially with members of their own sex. and that he will exercise all of his, Hi peremptory challenges, if necessary, against women. "My experience has been that' women jurors are more cold-Mooded and 'merci less than men," Mr. Paulson said. "They are less moved than men by the emotions that go to decide a case of this kind. "The history of the world shows that whenever one woman has sat in judg ment of another she has been hard on that woman. "We will challenge every woman for cause, and if that fails are ready to use everv one ot our it peremptory cliai- Mticli Damaue by Lightning in Hampshire Lake Region. SCNAPKE. X. II.. June T,. One of the worst elect i" ; r storms in years blew nt ir lit. l:i Wo f.ri.i 1-iwt vpiiiiiLi- I.irlit-. ning struck several plaees.cau-.ing a tire lenges to get ml of them, winch destroyed one cottase at the low- About one-third of the names er end of the lake. Roads were washed jury lists are those of women, out and the general damage will result in several Hundred ot dollars loss. ine. storm seriously interfered with nutomo-j bile travel and the telephone and tel egraph service was anected to some extent. in the WUNTWOKTIl-RELL, WEDDING. (Continued from Pae 1.) Forest Wcntvvorth of SpiinulielJ. For est Mall. Walter Hall and Willard Hall of Westmoreland, X. II. was given in marriage bv her brother. Warner H. Bell of Springfield, Mass. Immediately after the wedding serv ice a reception 'was 'held in the church vestry, where wedding cake, ice-cream and wafers were served. During the re ception .friends with placards and a vast amount of confetti gathered in front of the church to give the wedding couple, a spectacular farewell, but the couple escaiH'd through rear windows of the church and made their way to a waiting automobile on Flat t-treet in I ititd Ilk 11 J hi ft t irrnu tat rn ft ftf t 1 ) 111. tended demonstration. In Rrattleboro (Memorial hospital). Mr. and Mrs Went worth wlanned to June -. Irank Leslie Reed. o4. visit various iM)ints of interest in the In West Rrattleboro- (Melrose hospi White mountains, going thence into tall. June 20, Frank Zyk of Winchester, Maine and from there to Springfield; N.-H Mass.. to viMt .Mr. and Mrs. t orest MARRIAGES. In Erattleboro, June 25. bv Rev Charles C. t hayer; Harland Harrington entwort n wl Miss Corena .Alice Bell both of Bratt lelro. In Oklahoma City. June 22, Attorney Carl T. Murray of Chicago and Mrs. Edith (Fair) Allen of Rrattleboro.. DEATHS. Went worth. Thev camp a wee :u. . "Washer Mohawk, spending relatives Freak Lightning at Greenland. I'OinSMOrTU. X. 11., June 27 Peo ple of Greenland now know what freak lightning means and what it. can do. A discharge of atmospheric electricity catered the house of Frank Hand and passed through eight rooms and the cel lar, without starting a tire. Before en tering the house it struck a tree close by. In the house, it tore oti the plaster ing, broke mirrors, damaged furniture and mouldings, and escaped through a screen door. Mrs. Band, who was ren dered unconscious, is still under the care of a physician. Her sister, who was lyintc on a couch at the time, was slightly shocked. Care of Furs. When furs have been worn In rainy weather, shake the surface roofstura oft carefully and then bang the fur over n chair back as far away from a radiator as possible. It is better to hang the garments or the fur outsida In the coid air, if at all possible, shak ing them vigorously at occasional Intervals. planned also to ie in i lake in New Hamp shire. I he brides traveling dress was brown chiffon broadcloth with hat 1 match. L'poii their return they will live! at 7i Canal street, where they have fur nished an apartment. Thev received! many beautiful wedding gifts. Mrs. Went worth graduated from the P.ratt lelsiro high school, class of lii7. and was the first , person in the school to receive one of the Anstine prizes, which became available that year.. , For the past 12 years she has been with the llolstein-l'riesian association. Mr. Wentworth. who attended the Wilming ton hinh school,, is an overseas war'vet-f-ran and for 1.3 years has lieen employed in F. L. llildreth & Go.'s printing plant. Guests from out of town included Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Wentworth of Fast Dover, Mr. and Mrs. Warner 1L Bell and two sons and two daughters of Springfield., Mass., Mr. and Mrs The United States Wearing Away. An average of 93 tons of sotl. peb bles,, and rock is carried by the Hir ers Into the ocean every year from ev ery square mile of the United States, j according to the, United States, geo logical survey, department of the In terior.. The Immensity of thU contri bution may be better comprehended when It Is realized that the surface of the United States covers 3.0SS.500 square miles. Get the Habit Every ( day on . the calen : dar marks an . opportunity to use . flowers to advan tage. Someone's anniver sary, someone's birthday, or, better still, some part . pf .your daily life where flowers will bring more contentment, more pleas , ure, more satisfaction. Flowers will be delivered to any part of the United States or Canada. Place your order with us and we will wire an associate florist who will deliver the flowers immediately HOPKINS THE FLORIST NO ITKLMLN (Mi I'OLICL. on Miss ?.Iiriam Caldwell is home from Springfield for 10 days" vacation. Edna Hall of Springfield is spending the summer at l. K. Lyman's. Mrs. Alvin George and Mrs left Friday for an auto trip to N. Y. W. II. Caldwell of Hoston is two weeks' vacation with his here. .miss aroi rearns nas resigned inua "'he faculty of the high school and has u 1 p4siti; n in Gardner. liermon Kemiricic was given a surprise party !nr week Thursday evening, the occasion being his iMst birthday. Mrs. It. II. l'hilbrick and Mr. ami Mrs. '. P. HufTum returned cm Friday from nn automobile trip to Cape Cod. Miss Doris Laird, who graduated re cently from the Sargent school of physical culture, is now head counselor at a girls' camp for the summer. Mrs. Crane-Stebbins has been here the past week, packing her furniture and shipping it to Springfield. Her son. Fred Crane., was also here for a day or two. Rev. G. Ii. Thompson has enrolled at the Harvard summer school of theology, which will give courses from Aug. l." to Sept. 'J. He is one of 1LM.) ministers to take advantage of this school. Miss Mary Ponieroy has rented her house to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gabbof Northampton. He will conduct a barber shop at Northlieid centre. Miss Ponier'iy has returned to Mrs. Severance's for the summer. lr. A. I Io(h Organizations in Ouebec Out Strike Want More Pay. Ql'EP.EC. June L'7. Since midnight Saturday this city has been left with out police or fire protection by a joint strike of the p. dice and lire depart ments. A militia battalion is being held in readiness and ."S new policemen have been sworn in. Street lamps were smashed during the night and Sunday boys entered several police stations and broke the windows and did other damage. Two hundred false alarms of tire have been sounded. An increase of .Sl.TiO a week is de manded by the strikers. Tin- city employs 1l!l policemen and 1!M fircincii. An arbitration board recently awarded the policemen an increase of .l a week, and the firemen an increase of SI a week for first year men and cents for the others. A Pertinent Query. During the filming of a moving picture in England, the director said to the lead ing man. "Mr. Itlank. I have borrowed a real live lion tor this scene and it will puisne you for five hundred feet." "t-'or five hundred feet 1'" said the actor. "Yes." replied the director. "No more than that. rndersfandV" The hero nodded dubiously. '"Yes. I understand, but does the lion'.'" P.os ton Transcript. Why No I En joy a Vaca tioii Right Here at Home ? A vacation from the family wash-tub from Blue Monday and all its cares. Just resolve, right now, this week, to bundle up the fam ily wash and send it to us. We'll wash everything sweet and clean for you, in oceans cf pure water, and suds of mild, white soap, and iron the larger flat pieces. Then we'll return your bundle, all complete except for a few things you can icon at your leisure. Think of all the time and toil this plan will save you yet it costs so very little. Gather up everything that needs washing, phone for our driver, and he'll call promptly. 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Organdie attractive $5.9S $39.75 Serge and Tricotine' Suits, all navy blue, at $45.00 Serge and Tricotine Suits, a few Printzess models included at $29. 4ii $1JL95 Colored Organdie Dresses, with hemstitch-, ing and wide collars, $9.S7 $9.00 Voile Dresses, in nianv beautiful colorings, at .... $6.9S and $7.9S $6.00 Gingham Dresses, in manv becoming plaids and checks $4.9S $8.00 Gingham Dresses, a splendid variety of cheeks and plaids, at.... $G.9S $25.00 Two-Tone "Country Club" Sport Coats, of fine velour with tweed collars, at $11.75 $25.00 Velour Wraps with silk stitching, nicely tai lored $14.75 $35.00 Velour Wraps, beau tifully made with flow ered silk linings, at $19.75 $39.75 Dressy Velour Wraps many embroidered, al! lined', at ....... $24.5 $55.00 and $65.00 Tricotine and Serges, many Print zess 'models, beautifully tailored; navv blue onlv, $39.75 Jersey Suits that formerly sold up to $29.75. Mix tures and plain colors. $14.75 $29.75 Navy Blue, Serge and Tricotine Coats, all good, staple styles, at $19.75 $35.00 Tricotine Coats, beau tifully lined; black and navv, becoming stvles, at $24.75 $25.00 Silk Dresses of mes saline, tafTeta and trico lette; an unusual selec tion ... $14.75 $10.00 Wool Plaid Skirts, in large and small patterns, at $G.9S $2.98 Voile Waists, nicely trimmed with lace and embroidery, at $1.9S $1.98 Voile Waists, a. splen did selection, long or short sleeves, at ....... $1.4S $6.98 Georgette Waists, beautifully trimmed ' with ribbons.' laces and V em hroiileryV at . . . . i $4.95 $6.00 Crepe de Chine Waists a splendid quality, with pin tucks, smart collars and pearl buttons, $4.95 $6.95 and $7.50 Hats of white and colored organdies; very becoming shapes, at $4.95 $1.50 Corsets, for ..medium and slender figures, in white or flesh, at $1.00 $3.00 Corsets, medium . or girdle top, some brocaded, splendid quality, $1.G9 slight or $3.50 Corsets for medium figure ; regular and girdle top, at $2.45 $1.50 Ladies Union Suits, knee cuff and lace trimmed. Sizes 5 and 6 only, at 79 39c Ladies' Vests in two stvles, bodice or strap top, at....;:: :.. 29 50c Ladies' Vests, bodice or strap top; all sizes, at 39 79c, Bandeaus, good, firm qualitv, in flesh and white, 49 69c Bandeaus, all sizes, in flesh or in white.... 39 $2.50 Children's Dresses, of excellent quality gingham and chambray, at $1.9S $3.00 Ladies' House Dresses, a splendid assortment of sizes and colors. . $1.9S $3.00 Bed Spreads, full size, at ...$1.98 J. MANN Latchis Theatre The House of Better Pictures If ii -'! -. -- i.ArAi .