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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1921.
School Days Children's and Boys' Shoes for Fall are here, and the girls and boys will be glad to go to school with a pair of these shoes. Many of the styles are shown in the win dow. Call and look at them. Baldwin's Boot . Shop FRED F. CLARK, Prop. 34 Main St. Tel. 36-W FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 676-M 10 Putney Road i REGULATIONS FOR CHINESE AUTOS All Motor Cars Have Continuous Ring ing Bells Attached brigade, doctors' nnd police motor cars should be exempted. Big Badge for Chauffeur. "A chauffeur should wear a brass kn,i.. i.; i.ronvt The badse should I be three inches in diameter and should have his name and the number of his li cense in English and lhinese inscru-u thereon. The b.tdge should be issued by il at a few taels each. Should Then a maa.iyt licensetf; will .not dare "AH motor trucks should have rails or iron chains ground the cars to insure safet and in case 'of collision cargo will be prevented: -from falling and injuring pedestrian?. -Cargo should not be piled f,,r iiioh in nri'vpnt dancer v.hen passing REAR WATCHER ON r i:: . ALL MOTOR TRUCKS, Two Chauffeurs for Trucks. "There should be one licensed chauf- - . teur and an assistant to take charge of Oth- each motor car or truck. The assistant and keen a looKout ... jit. 1 tlimilil sit hfhind rrs Mmuid IJe lxcKea in itoom wu ;,"-. .-, ,wi rW, hnct- Wax Image of Victim Might Cause His Repentance. SHANGHAI, Aug.: 30. As a means f preventing automobile accidents the health precautionary association, an or ganization composed of leading Chinese f Shanghai, recently prepared a list of suggestions ngaging nov were adopted at a meeting after lengthy debate were submitted to the municipal council of the international settlement. Among the measures that the organiza tion advocat.es are the following: "All motor cars have rubber tired wheels and run without noise. It is too late to blow a horn when a car has al- . . . , . ' should be is among which are several or . jie will se novelty. The suggestions which may cans ward, enters or leaves the garage, ine owner of the car will not mind spend ing a little money in employing an assist ant chauffeur. "After a person is killed by a motor car a wax image of the deceased should be made and placed in a room and any flmnffeur who causes injuries to others I should be locked up in this room so that see the image and feel sorry, 'this e him to repent. 1 his lias been introduced in America and has produced successful results." The Salt In the Sea. The saline matter In the ocean Is sufficient to make a block of salt measuring 4.X).000 cubic miles, li spread over the entire surface of the ready collided with a pedestrian. A car ( United States, exclusive cf Alaska, It should have a very small bell attached would form a crust more than a mile to one of the front wheels and this bell! ind a half deep. One rer cent of the should be kept ringing all the time so ?ontent of salt In the ocean would that when pedestrians hear it they can ' - tVl ,,, nrns nf lnp dnbe half the size of a bicycle bell. Each car to a depth of 200 feet. Lnlted States should have a speed limit, but the fire Geological Survey. Sir , Avm . j .is j& . J i i&$r air i v w )ir. :r w 1 i.y ISII I lIIuntress-Ada.ms Company1 Unusual W eanesaay morning m Js eanurps JL IN OUR GREAT Going-Out-of -Business Sale In many instances lots are smaller. They are growing smaller every day --and you'll notice if you follow our ads that as lots , grow smaller prices go lower . $50.00 Poiret Wolf Muff Now $12.50 $20.00 Skunk Oppossum Muff Now $6.50 $17.50 Brown Oppossum Muff Now $5.00 $12.50 White Lamb Animal Neckpiece Now $5.00 3 Black Suits; were up to $40.00; sizes 38, 42, 45 Now $7.98 WINTER COATS 3 navy blue; sizes 16 and 17, lined or half-lined; 1 size 38, black,' satin lined. Were up to $35.00 Now $12.50 75c-$1.00 Fancy Veils Now 49c 75c-$1.00 Long Chiffon Veils Now 49 $4.75 Infants' Pique Coats, only a few Now $1.69 White Voile Waists, up to $5.50 At One Price $1.98 Children's Gingham Dresses, were up to $9.75 Just at school opening, Note the Price $2.98 $1.50 Children's Cotton Night Gowns. Long or short sleeves, Now Only 79d Gingham and Percale House Dresses, ''Willfit" make, elastiq belt. Sizes 38, 40 and 42 only . . Now $1.9S $4.98 Wool Serge Middies, only a few Biggest Bargain, $1.69 1 Blue Tricolettc Dress Was $35.00. Size 1G .v Now $12.50 1 Silver Cloth and Tulle Evening Gown. Was $39.00. Size 16, Now $9.75 1 Gray Georgette Dress, size 16. Was $29.75 Now $13.75 1 Size 40 Organdie Dress, maize and blue. Was $25.00 Now $13.75 1 $45.00 Rose Color Polo Coat Now $6.75 1 $29.75 Blue Serge Coat, size 36. Now $8.50 3 Children's Coats Size 16, blue serge; size 3 yrs, blue silver mixture; size 12, brown mixture. Were up to $10.98 Now $3.98 1 Piece $1.39 Maize Dotted Voile Now 59 1 Piece $1.39 Pimk Dotted Organdie Now 59d 39c Windsor Ties Now 29 75c-59c Windsor Ties , Now 39 50c Pure Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, women's and a few men's, Now 35 25c Men's Sample Handkerchiefs Now 2 for 25 17c Fine Quality. Patting Now 4 rolls 50 39c White. Twilled Outing Flannel Big Bargain 19 $3.75 Large Size Gray Blankets Now Only $2.19 $2.50 40-inch Silk and Wool Poplin. Sold at $3.50 not long ago,: only colors, . r Now.$1.75 !st Apron Check Ginghams Now Only ll1- .50 72-inch Half -Linen Table Damask can still be had ..$1.98 85c Columbia Records Still Selling at 49? These are merely suggestions of the bargains still to be found on each of our three floors. Don't wait. Huntress - Adams Company In the summer, near the spring Hear this basso sing. Draw from one to two and so on to the end. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL PROBATE COURT FOR PAST MONTH (ieorze Zelinikas won the caddies' tour nainent at the Country club yesterday ! morning, defeating Victor Manley 3 and 1 in the final round. I Mrs. Ij. Ij. Knowlton. who lives in the 'home of her son. Frank L. Knowlton of tllorton place, is observing her HHh birth !dav anniversary today, receiving a po: 'card shower, flowers and other remcm .brances. Judge Ilarrie 15. Chase will go to Wood stock this week to attend a conference 'called by Chief Judge F. M. Ilutler to consider the matter of judges' assignments on account of the recent change in person nel by the appointment of Julius A. Will cox. ! The Junior Achievement club premium list issued by the Kastera- States Expo sition contains among its illustrations a picture of the l'ioneer Printers' club of Ilrattleboro at work in the shop of the Vermont Printing Co.. under the leader ship of Frank 1. Sears. J The . U French house at 12 Willis- ton st reft ha been sold by Harry C. Freeman, administrator, to Mr. and i.Mr. Charles K. Cuild. Mr. and Mrs. J Clarence S. Stockwell moved from there ! jcsterd.iv to the Kedwav hoUM at 2.'! linvo . st reet . .Mr. nnd- Mr. Cuiklhave Isold their house on Myrtle vtrect to j Charles K. Crane. ! CanN were received here yesterday an nounciiig the marriage Aug. 110 in San IMcgo, Cal., f f Lieut. Kay Clyde Sanders. I. S. X.. formerly of l'.rattleboro. and Miss Katharine I'oone Crithth of San 1 icgo. Lieut. Sanders graduated from the l'.rattleboro high school in the class of l'.U.'i. lie now is an assistant paymas ter of the navy and is statiniied at San Diego. During the last two days the signs of the near approach of the great Labor day celebration liave become more and more evident. Decorations consisting of American Hags and red. white and blue now adorn more than 110 local business houses, and the number .seems to increase with every hour. It ctrtainly looks as if Main street will be in its "best clothes" when the celebration begins next Monday. ! Frank . Kreager f the Junior Achievement llureau of the Kastern States Exposition will be in town tomor row to meet the different clubs and leaders in the lSrooks House parlors. Owing to the fact that this is Chautauqua week the monthly meeting of Achievement club leaders which would have ben held Thurs day evening has been postponed. It is especially desirable, therefore, that as many leaders as possible confer with Mr. Kreager tomorrow. I The funeral of Mrs. Mary A. Shearer, who died Saturday, was held in the home at N! Western avenue at 2 o'clock yester day afternoon. IJev. Edwin 1. Wood, pastor of the First. Cniversalist church, I officiated and Frederic C. Adams sang I'.eautiful Isle of Somewhere and O Ijove that Wilt Not Let Me Co. The burial took place in the AVellman lot in the West Dunimerston cemetery. The bear ers were Leslie and Clarence Wellman. Louis Qninn and Earl Collins. Mrs. Mary Cutting of Northampton, Mass.. and Mrs. Ida Helden of IJernardston. Mass.. also several friends from Guilford ami Williamsville attended the funeral.' Record of Transactions in District oi Marlboro, A. F. Scliwenk Judge, as Taken from the Records. Transactions in the probate court for the district of Marlboro, A. F. Sehwenk, judge, during the month include the fol lowing as taken from the probate court record : Henry F. Jordan estate of Brattle- boro: Final account of administratrix filed and- allowed and estate distributed. Frank I). Kendall estate of Brattle- boro : Iiessie L. Kendall appointed trus tee. ' ... Walter L. Stetson estate of Halifax: II. E. Goodnough and Harry Learnard ap pointed commissioners. George E. Crowell estate oi lsrauie- boro : License granted C. 15. Crowell, ad ministrator, to mortgage real estate. Li.zie M. Johnson estate of Guilford: Final acount of Anna L. Colton, admin istratrix, allowed and estate distributed. George E. Fairman estate of Vernon: Mary A. Davis appointed administratrix. Flora S. Hawson estate of Iirattleboro : Will presented by N. D. Clawson. Mary A. Richardson estate of Iirattle boro: 'Charles W. Richardson appointed administrator. Clark H. I'.oyd estate of Guilford: Li cense granted Henry E. Boyd, administra tor, for license to sell real estate. William It. Faulkner estate of Whit ingham : License granted administrator to sell reel estate. A. W. Torrey estate of F.rattleboro : Roy C. Torrey appointed administrator. R. W. and Mary Adams estate of Wardsboro : Petition filed by John E. Gleason. administrator, for license to sell real estate to pay debts. Hearing set for Sept. 24. William K. Rand estate of Xewfane: Will allowed ; Mary J. Rand appointed executrix. Joseph J. Worden estate of Marlboro : Final account of Frank L. Hopkins, ad ministrator, allowed and estate distrib uted. Margaret T. Grout, minor, of Wilming ton : Petition of Amasa Grout, guardian.: for license to sell real estate filed, and hearing set for Sept. 21. j Florence May P.aldwin, minor, of P.rat tlelxiro. ever 14: Chooses Ellis Johnson for guardian, he appointed. Alice (J. Weeks estate of F.rattleboro : Will presented by John E. Gale and hear ing set for Sept. 24. Joel Grout estate of Xewfane: Account of administrator filed and allowed and estate distributed. 1 Varillus M. Cutting estate of Wilming ton": Motion. filed by Elvira L. Cutting, executrix, for final settlement Sept. 24. Lucy Higlcy of F.rattleboro: On her peition Lizzie A. Scott appointed guard ian. I'rucius W. Manly estate of l'.rattle boro : Will presented by Jeanette E. Manly, hearing set for Sept. 24. Mary M. Dudley estate of Wilmington: Final aci-ount of C. C. P.arlow. adminis trator, allowed and estate distributed. Mary E. Stearns estate of P.ratCeboro : Final account of Vermont National bank, executor, allowed and I w la nee distrib uted. William II. Newton estate of Vernon: Will allowed; Frank It. Hunt appointed administrator. Viola H. Worden estate of Halifax: License granted Earl W. Worden, admin istrator, to sell real estate. J. A. P.eers estate of Vernon: Motion of Ilrattleboro Trust Co., for final settle ment. Mary Z. Fuller estate of Iirattleboro Account of administrator filed, ordered recorded and partial distribution ordered SriCIDE AT NIAGARA. Man Went Over Falls leaves Note t: Mrs. E. II. Repplin of IIufTalo. NIAGARA FALLS. Aug. 30. A man described as weighing 170 pounds, wearing a white shirt, dark suit and partly bald, is said to have gone over the Luna Falls at :t o'clock yesterday afternoon. After Justin K. Orvis of Chicago saw the body pass over the brink, a pocketbook was found on I, una island bridge hi which was an envelope bearing the in scription: '"Deliver this to Mrs. E. H. Repplin. 1121 Elmwood avenue, P.iiffalo." Tlie envelope contained a note which the officials will deliver as requested. After Sept. 1 Mrs. Ii. M. Field will have her shampoo ami manicure parlors at Room 1(, Crosby P.Ik. l.jO-tf Laurel leaves in tdden times were be lieved to communicate the spirit of poe try. Hence the custom of crowning the poets and of putting laurel leaves under one's pillow to acquire inspiration. Calling Cards and Wedding Announcements We invite your inspection of the new samples just re ceived of the latest styles of engraved calling cards and wedding announcements. CLAPP & JONES CO. Best Co SSjSai Iku 5 Wednesday Morning Specials Pequot Sheets (81x99) $1.79 Cotton Crash 9c Check Ginghams 25c All Linen. Crash 29c Bed Spreads ' $1.79 F. W. KUECH & CO. :Houghton & Simonds: This Is the Second and Last Week of the AUGUST : : AND i The Final Clearaway Of odds and ends, small lots, broken sizes and assortments, throughout the store Making it possible for you to "pick up, here and there, most desirable and needed things at prices wholly out of proportion to their value. The Store Closes at 12.30 P. ffl. Tomorrow And the Following List of Underprice Offerings Will Be On Sale from 8 A. M. to 12.30 P. M. No Mail or Telephone Orders Can Be Filled All Gingham Dresses, our best models of fine imported and domestic ginghams, For Tomorrow All One-Half Price $14.75 and $16.50 White Flannel Skirts, $14.75 and $19.75 Fancy Silk Skirts, Also Silk Faille Skirts in dark colors, Choice of All Tomorrow at Jj5.Q9 $2.9S Real Pongee Silk Waists Tomorrow at 99 All $14.75 to $25.00 White and Colored Organdie Dresses, Tomorrow, Choice at Jj53.95 $2.50 and $2.93 White Lingerie Waists, large assortment. Choice Tomorrow at OOt'r $2.98 to $3.98 Babies' White Sweaters, slip-on and coat styles, Choice Tomorrow at 99 89c Envelope Chemises Tomorrow at 69( S9c Summer Night Robes, large lot, For Tomorrow Only 49 50c Figured Dress Voiles Tomorrow Only 19 yd. 75c Figured Dress Voiles Tomorrow Only 27 yd. 79c Figured Dress Voiles Tomorrow Onlyi 29 yd. $1.50 and $1.79 Figured Dress Voiles, Tomorrow Only 49 yd. 75c Figured Organdies Tomorrow at 25 yd 79c Anderson's Tissue Ginghams . Tomorrow at 48 yd. $1.50 Figured Organdies Tomorrow at 49 yd. $2.50 Blazer Stripe Flannel Skirting, white with stripes of navy, light blue, green and black. Tomorrow One-Half Price, $1.25 yd. All Curtains in the Sale that were formcrlv $1.50, $2.93, $3.98, $4.50 and $4.98, Tomorrow Will Be Half-Price, 75, $1.49, $1.99, v $2.25 and $2.49. $1.25 Chamoisette Gloves in the sale , Tomorrow at Only 50c pr. 75c Silk Gloves in the sale Tomorrow at Only 29 pair 35c Corticelli Pearl Cotton; sizes 3 ami 5 in colors For Tomorrow Only at 10 ball 20c Crochet Linen For Tomorrow Only at 5 ball Stores at Brattleboro, Springfield, and Newport, N, H.