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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 11)21.
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Tuesday and Wednesday Presents
ANITA STEWART
'"I IN HER LATEST SUPER-SPECIAL "
PRODUCTION
Solving the Wind
9 REELS
SUPPORTED BY AN ALL STAR CAST J
INCLUDING
Ralph Lewis, James Morrison, Myrtle Stedraan
and William V. Mong
A cyclonic story of a stage star's love, and a
boy who thought he could resist it.
Owing to the length of this production, we
are obliged to cancel the comedy.
Matinee 2.15. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 22c, 28c
Evening 7 and 8.55. Children 17c; Adults 28c
"Won Lost T. c
Cleveland. 7(1 46 .0'2'i
New York, 73 4 AM4
Washington, ." (M) .r2
St. Louis, f',.i 00 .51'J
Boston, fiS C2 AKl
Detroit, . .V.) 7 .40S
Chicago. T2 70 .420
Philadelphia, 43 78 ,3oG
Today's Cames.
New York at Washington.
N ATI ONAL LEAG UE.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won r.ost P. c.
Pittsburgh, 77 47 .021
New York, 77 .r0 AW
Huston, !." ro .'.i
St. Louis, 05 ,r7 .."3.'
Brooklyn, ".." til .H10
Cincinnati, ." (M .4."il
Chicago' 4! 74 .S'.tS
Philadelphia, 41 &2 .o38
Today's (James.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati nt Boston.
Chicago at New York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
American league.
Xo games scheduled.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 30. Negotia
tions are in progress through the form
v)f conversations between Japan and the
Lnited States to settle the controversy
over the Island of Yap before the meet
ing of the international conference for
limitation of armaments and there is
probability of the negotiations being
consummated betore the conference
convenes. :
J. he conterences are being Iiclu in
Washington and have in view a com
plete settlement of the question involv
ing the use of the island as -an inter
national cable station.
Inasmuch as there can be only one so
lution of the m&stiou that would be
acceptable to this government, the nego
tiations are proceeding upon the basis
of the note made public by Secretary
Hughes on April 5, in which the United
States claimed an equal right with the
other allied powers in the disjKisal ot
the German overseas possessions.
The disposition evinced by Japan to
settle the ctVtroversv is accredited to
the Japanese desire to have everything
of a pending nature removed from the
realm of 'controversy before the con
ference meets so it mav stand upon its
own claim that certain other matters,
presumably Shantuntr. are "accom
plished facts" and therefore not sub
ject to discussion.
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COMING
ate Dpena
ers
National League.
New York, S
Chicago, 7
Shea. Toney, Salle and Smith, Snyder;
Freeman, York and Killefer.
P.rooklvn. 1 6
Pittsburgh. O 4
Iieuther and Miller; Cooper
iM'hmidt.
Cincinnati, 10 13 3
Boston. " 4 10 4
IJixey and Wingo; McQuillan, Morgan,
Braxton and Gowdv.
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CONNECTICUT GASOLINE TAX.
Which Costs More?
To Have Insurance and
Not Need It
OK
To Need Insurance and
Not Have It
Ceo. M. Clay
General Insurance Agency
Bank Blork Brattlcboro, Vt.
Thomas T. Brittan
Fire Accident
Insurance
Liability Life
Wilder B!dg., Bralthbaro
One Cent a Gallon to Re Used for Care
of State Highways.
BRIDGEPORT. Conn.. Aug. 30.
Every automobilist or motor boat pilot
who purchases gasoline in Connecticut
after Thursday. Sept. 1, will pay one cent
a gallon tax to the state. The gasoline
tax was provided for in a bill which
passed the state legislature at its last
session and which was made effective
July 1.
The 00-day period of grace allowed un
der another statute expires Sept. 1. Col
lection of the tax will begin on that date
from all wholesale gasoline dealers, who
in turn will collect the tax from retailers
and retailers in their turn from the con
sumer. Gasoline used strictly for manu
facturing purposes is exempt from the
tax. The money raised by this tax will be
used toward the upkeep of state highways.
KENNEDY MURDER TRIAL NOV. I.
Mrs. Obenchain and Arthur Rurch Plead
Not Guilty to Charge.
LOS ANGELES. Cal., Aug. r.0.
Pleas of not guilty were entered in the
superior court here yesterday by Mrs.
Madalynne Obenchain and Arthur C.
Rurch, jointly indicted by the Los An
geles county grand jtirv on charges of
having murdered- J. P.elton Kennedy,
broker, in Beverly Glen, near here, Aug.
". Their trial was set for Nov. 1.
BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL
SHlIigiSSIIlSiHlE
1 bliop, Look and have
Mrs. William Shaw and two sons. John
and Martin, went Saturday to Middle-
bury for a week's stay.
Miss Charlotte ChamWrlin of West
Swanzey. N. II., is spending 10 days with
her grandmother, Mrs. Harry Holland of
Canal street.
Secretnrv 1. E. Tasker of the Valley
1'air association is in Springfield (Vt.)
today to attend the opening ot the
Springfield fair.
Mrs. II. V. Dunham and two daughters
of Mount ernon, N. Y.. are visiting in
the iume of Mrs. Dunham's lister, Mrs
A. F. Schwenk, and family.
Inward J. McLaughlin, rh.O.. of
Pro-tor took a position vesterdav in
the Park Drug store, lie is a graduate
of the Albany College of Pharmacy.
Miss Lena M. Hamilton of St. Albans
was in town over last night in connection
with the investigation of a case for the
state board of charities and probation.
Irving C. Ellis has resigned his position
with the United States treasury depart
ment, as internal revenue agent to accept
a position with the S. A. Smith Mfg. Co.
is assistant treasurer. 1 he change is ef
fective Sept. 1. Mr. Ellis has been with
the treasury department seven years.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Park of Lyndon
ville motored to Rrattleloro last Friday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merchant.
They were accompanied by Blanche Wil
kie, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mer
chant. 11. A. Park motored t North
ampton, Mass., to visit his brother over
the week-end.
Miss Inez M. Stowell resumed work
yesterday in the office of State's Attorney
Harold E. Whitney, after a vacation of
two weeks which she spent with relatives
in Cleveland .(.. and in Warren, O.. with
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Andrew. Mrs. An
drews and Mis- Stowell roomed together
while they were in the government Kcrviee
in Washington during the war.
Camels are made for Men who
Think for Themselves
Such folks know real quality and DEMAND it.
They prefer Camels because Camels give them the
smoothest, mellowest smoke. they can buy because
iney love tne mna, ncn llavor of choicest tobaccos:
perfectly blended and because
CIGARETTY AFTERTASTE.
Camels leave NO
Like every man who does his own thinking, you
vant fine tobacco in your cigarettes. You'll find it
in Camels.
And, mind you, no flashy package just for show.
No extra wrappers! No costly frills! These things
. don t improve the smoke any more than premiums
or coupons.
But QUALITY! Listen! That's CAMELS!
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JL J. REYNOLDS Tok.ce. C.
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WEST BRATTLEBORO
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WEDNESDAY MORNING BARGAINS
19c Vests 19c Hose Boys' 39c Children's Ladies 35c 75c Union
2 for 2 for Hose 25c Hose Hose Suits
25c 25c 29c 19c 29 c 19c
Schoo?Dresses BOyS'$K50 uses Plaid Skirts
7 to 14 years Corduroy Pants value $6
$1.79 98c 6JC $2.98
Silk Dresses Polo Coats New Fall Serge
Georgettes, Taffetas Can- in all wanted colors, a bar- Jumper Dresses
ton crepes. Latest styles. gain that should not be ' Dotted and braided. Latest
worth $20. miSSed. ouL Value $ 1 0.
$12.95 $4.95 $5.98
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Balance of Light Boy$. 5Qc Men's 50c Shirts New Fall
Hats and Drawers HatS
79c 2oc 39c . $3.98
72x90 Ladies' $1 Muslin Ladies Aprons
Sheets C WeS $L25 Gowns 2 for BIoomer Bungalow
70p 10c SilkHose 00 3 for " $1.00
'?c . ' 79c 99c ,$1.00 19c
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L. XV. Jafkinan. local ajront for tlie K.
A. St rout farm agency, recently soM tlit
Constance and (Jracc I'phain farm in
Windham to F. Y. Stewart of lleverly,
Mass.. alsn the l!urt IltH'd farm in Marl
boro, known a the Snow place, to Rob
ert Chalmers of Chicopee, Mass.
Miss Kessie M. .Tackman and Miss
Villa 1. .lacknian, sister and daughter
of L. XV. .lacknian. of Madison. Me., who
have been visiting Mr. Jackman. are now
quests of their sister and aunt, Mrs.
Charles Church, at the Princess apart
ments, where they expect to remain dur
ing the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fox. Mr. and Mrs.
II. A. l.riggs and two daughters. Miss
May Chamberlain. Ceorge and Morris
Chamberlain, Miss Minnie Stockwell,
Mrs. K. M. Goodenough, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles IVttee. Miss Kmnia Mixer and
J. L. Stockwell are in West Springfield.
Mass.. today to attend the funeral of
Joseph W. Menard. Mr. Menard had
been in ill health some time but was con
fined to his home only two weeks. He
leaves his wife and one son, David. Mrs.
Menard was Miss Fva Fox of this place.
She has the sympathy of her many
friends.
bearer" during the rush hour and were
told to get them, marked for acceptance
by the ledger keeper.
In a few ir.'nuta both returned to
the paying tellers' window with the
check p;arked A;eej;d, ' and,jttva
not iintif they had gone' that it vvan dis
covered the signatures were not those
of depositor and that the "Ac
cepted" came from a forged stamp.
The word "massage" is derived from
the Greek word meaning to knead. The
practice dates back to the earliest medi
cal history.
SUGAR WAGES CUT AGAIN.
National Iiefinery at Yonhers to Save
$2,000 a Week.
NEW YORK, Aug, 31, The, National
ougar iveuning company yesteruay an
nounced a out iniwages amounting to five
cents an hour in its rehnerv at Vonkers.
The cut affects about tiOO employes and
will reduce their wages to a par with
tnose paid by otlier refineries in the East.
The decrease will cut the payroll about
$2.MM) a week. This is the third reduc
tion in wages made by the company during
the depression in the sugar market.
WILMINGTON.
XV. A. P.rown is suffering with blood
poisoning in his hand.
Henry Haskell v( P.rattleboro visited
his cousin, Herbert Haskell, Sunday .
Marion Hill has returned to her home
here after visiting in West IVover a week.
Gertrude Moore spent a few days last
week with her aunt, Mrs. Arthur IJuf
fuin. Howard Hill of Johnson is spending a
few days with his "friends, Lewis and
Frances Wood.
The Sunshine Circle of the Ilaptist
Sunday school held a picnic at Lake Ka
ponda Thursday.
J. J. Snow of West Dover came Monday
to assist M. M. Negus in making repairs
about his buildings.
Mrs. Harriet Fox and daughter. Mrs.
Mills of Krooklyn. N. Y., are boarding at
Mrs. II. I'.. Ware's.
Mrs. Walter Glcason and daughter,
Huldah. of Concord are visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Lewis Wood.
Mrs. E. II. Porter and Mrs. Herbert
Kidder, patients in the North Adams City
hospital are reported to'be improving.
F. L. Stanclift and son, Leon, accompa
nied by O. E. Hill, motored to Iirattleboro
Sunday and visited their cousin, XV. N.
Ilice.
Miss Mary Gorhara has been removed
from Leslie Iloyd's tenement to the hotel
and is under the care of Dr. A. H. Wright
and a trained nurse from North Adams,
Mass. .
Ozro Hill went to West Dover Mondav
afternoon to assist Wallace IJartlett in
building a sugar house to replace the old
one which was burned last spring. The
building is to be located on the old farm
where Mr. Hill was born, now owned by
Mr. Bartlett.
FLEECE BANK OF $35,000.
Two Men Use Fake Stamp on Checks' and
Get Money.
TORONTO. Ont.. Aug. 30. Quick
check switching and a, false stamp en
abled two mipu.to fleece the Rank of
Commerce here of $35,000 last Satur
day, it was learned yesterday. They pre
sented ; checks payable to "self or
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TODAY
RINCESSi
THEATRE
LAST DAY TO SEE
The Woman God Changed
A COSMOPOLITAN PRODUCTION
WITH
Seena Owen and E. K. Lincoln
One stinging moment of disillusionment and a dot
ing love-life shattered!
Maddening jealousy a fatal shot and another moth
of Broadway's lights fleeing from the law!
Then far to the south, on a sun-kissed island washed
by summer seas, two lonely victims of wreck. The woman
who killed and fled. The man who was sent to bring her
back. .
Is there anything bigger than law, bigger than duty,
bigger than love? Come see this heart-stirring romance
of a woman who learned to know!
SPECIAL ADDED. ATTRACTION
Harold Lloyd in "Number Please V
ALSO INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 20c
Evening- 7 and 8.45. Admission Children 10c; Adults 28c
'' ' WEDNESDAY
. LOUISE GLAUM
IN A JAMES" : PARKER READ PRODUCTION
"I Am Guilty"
The drama of a fear tortured soul.
COMING
Bellows Falls Strike Picture Showing Condition
Existing Four Weeks Ago
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Trained Men and Wom
en Are Needed ;n
Business Today
Fall Term Opens
Sept. 6, 1921
Brattleboro
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