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THE BRATTLEBORO blviLY REFORMER; TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1021.
'. LATCHIS Today Presents MARY PICKFORD SERVICE STAR LEGION MEETS BRATTLEBORO LOCAL I Henry II. Dine has sold his bouse at 4(5 Women Relatives of Men Serving In Clark street to Stephen Crossman and War In Session at .vif-, who buy for a home. The sale was Cleveland. .made through A. J. l.igelow. ..... ,v " . .,, ' Marriage intentions were filed yester- CU-.N I.1.AM), ()., .-sept. 1. -- 1 lie lay Ul tho oflU.e of the tmtn olerk bv Nervi.e "Mar U--,on s executive board Frallk Thomas Seaman, a pipe fitter of met here yesterday preliminary to open- KatoIl sU-,.,.t, Reading. Mass., aiid Miss 111- tilay ot the society s iourtii au- j. h Mary;r,v ('ape Hogier, Mt'. : nual convention. the leiou is com-. J -t-v u i" v posed of women whose inuuediate rel-l, - 1 he I'.ratt lelx.ro Military band lias at.ves servetl in the army, navy or ma- een engaged tr ammh mns.e at Putney line corps duritiR the World, war. .Thursday foi' Old Honie lay the-(.range lhe society was started under the ;f air and an old-fashioned Hambake: uarae of the- War MfctherM in -April, Kveryone iii.tJus Waht.V jinvitl to par- lilT. and is retarueiL here a the oldest WEST BRATTLEBORO -IN- The Love W .3L. JLdl&ZBfli, CD .15 5 With all her glorious curls, her smiles, and cheerful spirit, comes to you in her latest production. It moves and cheers, it softens and refreshes, it stirs and gladdens, it charms and appeals. Extra Kineto Review Wednesday Presents WILL ROGERS American patriotic orgailfz&t ion born in the World war. At its convention in Baltimore in 1SM9 ten similar organiza tion atliliuted with the War Mothers and its name was changed. An "Hour of KeJiiembrance " will ,i. ..i ii.;., ........ ... l. those in service wit.) lost their lives'- Daniel Menrv .ai.ick. n raiiroad teleg and of the Cold Star families, the citv:rapher. and Miss Anna Mary I?rowli of of Cleveland is putting on a pageant in -14S Elliot street wrre married at 5 connection with the ceremonies. Mrs. o'clock last night in St. Michael's ticipate in the festivities of the day A non-theatrical ntotion' picture entertainment- was given, the Home for the Aged family Satunlay evening by George V. Wells, New England-manager of the Boston (Jrap'ioscop .Serviee Ou.t'J-Muca and religious reels were shown, - . uc.tional ot, ....... .Tim Nt-wtou 1). Maker, wife of the former secretary of war, will sm a solo. .Judge Florence K. Allen of the com mon pleas court here will be the prin cipal speaker at the Legion's annual banquet Thursday uiht. Her topic is Women and Their Responsibility. j Other speakers include Mrs. (. V. Di nock of Washington, 1). president of the (Jeorge Washington Memorial asso ciation, ( ongressman Theotlore K. liur tou of Ohio, and Urig. (Jen. J. II. Mc (iuigg, comiuander of the Ohio depart ment of the American Legion. SENATE COMMITTEE WORKS ON REVENUE Konian Catholic church by Itev. James 1. Hand. They were attended by Alonzo I'.ovie and Miss Margaret lirown, sister of the bride. They will , live at IS Wash ington street after their return from a wedding trip-in. Connecticut. . A meeting of the temporary committee of Iliattteboro's Community Service or ganisation will be held in the Chamber of Commerce rooms at 7.J10 this evening for the piirvose of starting the permanent or ganization. All who are interested in the i aims of this movement, w hich it is he jlicvcd will greatly facilitate' the mainte nance of the local commuuity house, are I urged to be present so that the work may be gotten under way promptly. - Mr. and Mrs. George W. Wells and son! of Cambridge, Mass., were week-end vis itors at the home of Mr. Well's sister, Mrs. F. 11. Dye. The Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist church held an all-day meeting today in the home of Mrs. Austin Nichols. Din ner, .was served at: noon.' . , t . r. , 'The tlane:' iff Academy Half Satirrday eveniiiET was attended "hv A' hie tuiirthef of young peofdf from tins Village ami "the east village, 1 he affair wus arransred by Miss CharfMte Bobbins' and Miss Kat h- erine Stoektreff. Snow's orchestra Jdayed for dancing -hritiF 110 o'clock. 1 '" " Mr. 'and Mrs.. Walter M. Bobbins, Miss Charlotte Bobbins. Miss Katherine Stock well and Miss Mabel Bailey went Sunday by automobile to Westfield. Mass. Miss .lean MaeIonald,! student in Boston uni versity, necoiiipanied them home and is a guest" of Miss Charlotte Bobbins, who also is a student at the university. Mrs. Ijouis Beyor of Keene, X. II., was operated upon yesterday in the Melrose hospital by Dr. E. B. Lynch for the re moval of the coccyx. Miss Calista Thomas of North Hinsdale, N. II., was operated upon yesterday in the hospital for appendictis. Miss Alice Magoon of Brattlcboro underwent an operation yesterday for the removal of tonsils and adenoids. Favors Big Heads nrn-er I-. ve'iii.r win f( and Reduction of Sur Tax Bate. WASHINGTON, Sept. I There will be an Old Ftdks dance at Family Oeltl Fellows Temple Friday evening. Sept. 1(5. Come and have a good time. Hiti-lO!) -IN- " Guile of Women By Peter Clark MacFarlane A human, true to life the kind of picture you can't forget. EXTRA COMEDY AND KINETO REVIEW THURSDAY AND FRIDAY PAULINE FREDERICK J:. Two of the four, major proviV.ur.s of the house lax bill were approved yesterday by the senate tinanee committee. .One fixes the maximum income surtax rate at :J per ci-nt, as compared with the present ti.1 per cent, ami the other increases by i-sVMl the exemption allowed r beads of fam ilies having net- incomes of C.hki or le.-s and by y.'o'i the exemption allowed on account of each dependent. Seveial new tax proposals are to Ik presented to the commirree, but I hair man Penrose said it bad been decided to'hae a final vote on the bill Friday o as to tive the draftsmen and expert?. time in which to put the measure in .-! ape for presentation to the senate wIk'ii congress reconvenes on the 2Kt. . If necessary the committee will hold night sessions, Chairman Penrose said. William Lo (Juetiex. the English au thor, is reported as having recently com pleted a whole novel in the space of three weeks. MOORE WILL BE JUDGE. Assembly IN 99 "The Roads of Destiny j::- i InTA. H. Wood's Notable Success Chose any road: Go east, go west or north or south. : and meet the thing from which you ran away. Large .Majority Predicted In Vote Tomorrow. GENEVA. Sept. l: Associated Press) Many delegates to the assembly of the league of nations in session here ir- this morning that .John Bassett dieted .Moore would be elected judge of the jtourt of international justiee by a large majority Wednesday. Austria's ; quest f.-r intervention by the league of nations in her dispute with Hungary over liurgenland will be held in abeyance by the council of the league. LOWEB BATE OX LIVE STOCK. TODAY PRINCESS MM THEATRE 4 Interstate, Conunerce ('iimtjiisskin 4a HeJp : We.stem Producer. ' WASin."JTON. Sept. l:;. Reduc tion of rates by western railroad- on cat tle, hogs and sheep, in the opinion of the interstate commerce commission. will ' prove of material benefit to the western live stock raisers who have been heavily i affected by the rapid decline in live stock prices sin-e July, 1!)1'0. The com- ) mission expressed the belief todav in announcing it had authorized tion proposed by the carriers. , become effective Sept. L'0 and () per cent. the redue which will amount to '9. . 2 '7- 27 2t 2- 16. "28 24 ? 8 .3! lo ' 5 12 .7 .3z "44 n 35, J 'VA. Before the beginninz of the war Frnnee had no fewer than 4tKUKM vagrants, er (more than one per cent of her whole pop ulation- BENEFIT PERFORMANCE FOR The Woman's Guild of St. Michaels Episcopal Church The Paramount Special SIR JAMES M.'BARRIE'S "Sentimental Tommy 99 WITH GARETH HUGHES, MABEL TELIAFERRO AND MAY M'AVOY Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c TOMORROW WANDA HAWLEY 99 IN "Her Sturdy Oak Newly-weds are always funny to other folks. The more seriously they take themselves and their affairs, the funnier they are. Those first dinners sweet Violet got for Sam, for instance. And the time all the in-laws came to visit at once. And Sam's rage when Violet's old beau came to call. AND THE TWINS. Oh this marriage was no failure. Here is clean, wholesome comedy for the" whole family. Don't miss it. ALSO "The Green Horn" Two-Part Comedy ( High upon the Stands this Irav from one to the ei'd. mountain walls he never falls. two a Del so on to for the NOIITIIFIKLI), MASS. Ir. Julia P.aright'has gone to Flor ida for tin winter. t . J. I.stabreiok spe nt the latter nart of the week in New IJeelford. I)r. Philbrie'k has returned from an outing, at Lake Vinnipsaukee. Philip Howard goes to Harvard Med ical college for. his medical training. (Jordoii and Irene Sweet have been in New Red ford with the'ir mother sev eral days. Richard R. Smith, son of Mrs. N. Far Smith, enters Pennsylvania university this year. .Miss RIanehe Corser of the central telephone is visiting her parents in Wardsboro, Vt. Ce-orge Nye of New York visited his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Nye, the past few days. Miss Isthcr Moody has returned her second year of teaching in h:gu school of Richwood, N. J. ('eeirge Mason of C'recuficld and Frank Mason of Hartford were recent guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs., II. II. Mason. j Charles K. Rittenger. proprietor of the Northfield Press, has rented an apartment in the Merriman cottage, Fast Northfield. 1 Fred A. Irish has bought the Sons ef Veterans hall on South Main street. He will convert the building into a two apartment house. i Rev. F. YV. fPattjson preache-d at Mount IlermoJ Sunday and Dr. Ar thur N. Thompson oce-upieel the pulpit of the Congregational church. Mr. and Mrs. James YV. Alger of Rradstree t, Mass., moved here last week to Parker avenue. Mr. Relding is to have charge of the Redding farm. Philip Hershlitsovitz of Roston was in town over the week-cnd. He will make contracts with Northfield families for 1M acres of garden truck next spring. Frank Fdgvll ,and Miss Margaret Campbell have returnee! to New ; York P resiime. ,Uieir. teaching., Mrs. Fdgell hnd chiiVlren will imviitK 4cth'4ann- few -weeks longer. Mrs. -E1 ward Lewis of Conn.. Mr. ami Mrs. I. ami Oswel! Xhi-olu-r.f .f Plattsville. Conni. visited their ALer- aiuler relatives he're last week. j ben iieuue a Mr. and So ut hington. ( . Sheidienl GOODRICH DIES IN OMAHA. Was Enroute From California to Boston To Face Cliarge of larceny. OMAHA. Nb., Sept. Ei. Melville F. floodrich former president ef the I'niteel State's Motor Tra nspe)rtat ien tVi. cf Ros tetn wh- was stricken with pneumonia ne-e-ntly while being taken from lts An-ge!e-s to Rostem on a larceny charge, elieel in a hospital here texlay. 9 Corner Main and Flat Streets Bargains a a a ' I Shop Here for Your Wednesday Morning is a a a a a a a a a a a a a B a a a a a a a a a a a New Fall Jumper Dresses, in serges Our New Fall Hats are in; all the and velours; self belt, bound edge, latest styles. Worth to $10.00, value $12.50, $5.98 $5.98 A Few of Those Silk Dresses, in all .... w , . ; the wanted colors and styles Those Jsew Uram ley Sweaters, Peter value to 520.00, Pan Collars" Value H0?,, - ;, $5.98 $2.98 Jig a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 19C H0Se S1.50 Corsets Ch51: -I $1-25 Silk'. . ' ' jVests two for .'. ciren's iHoe', . , : Hose ' , V caus V,- V ; 25 98 19 79 19 12J , t 35c Ladies ioc Men's Children's Tams in all colors. $1.50 Bunga- $1.50 81x90 Hose Chiefs Value $1.50, low Aprons Sheets 29 5 98c V 69 I 99 a; a! a: j a; a! a, a! a: ai a a a a a a a a a a :Houghton & Simonds: Store Closes Tomorrow, Wednesday At 12.30 p. M.. - As a special inducement for those , who plan to trade tomorrow, to shop in the morning, we offer the following imerpnce specials i IN REGULAR MERCHANDISE On Sale at These Prices Tomorr ow Morning Only, 8.a. m to 12.30 p. m. NO MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS $2.50 to $2.98 White Voile Waists, Wednesday Morning at 95 Four White Gabardine and Pique Skirts, Wednesday Morning at 95 Tailored Skirts That Were $7.50 to $13.50, of all wool poplin and serges, Wednesday Morning at $3.4S $3.98 to $5.00 Gingham Porch Dresses, Wednesday Morning at 1.95 Former $2.98 House Dresses, . 1 - w f L i -.. Wednesday Morning I5 . $S!00 P:N. Corsets,Stylfi'36S4; 'TracticalTr Jnt,n' " Wednesday 3Iorning at $5.00 $1.50 Flowered Cotton Taffeta Petticoats, -f Wednesday Morning at 98 3 Pairs Wool Blankets, were $10, $12 and $15, slightly soiled, Wednesday Morning at-$5 5 Pairs $6.9S and $7.9S Wool Finish Blankets, slightly soiled, Wednesday Morning at $2 Small Lot Women's 25c and 50c Hose, black and colors Wednesday Morning at lOc Balance of Stock of Children's Socks, ' ' Wednesday Morning at 15b Lot Children's Short Sleeve Vests and Lace .. Trimmed Pants, Wednesday Morning at 12 J? Large Lot 50c and 75c Dress Voiles, 40 inches ; wide Wednesday Morning at 19 yard 75c Pound Pgks. Highland Linen Paper, Wednesday Morning at 45 ' 25c Pkgs. Highland linen Envelopes, f Wednesday iMorning at 2 for 25p 45c Wide Meire Hair Ribbons, J ' Wednesday Iorning at 29 yard Our Best 15c Double Mesh Hair Nats, n Wednesday, jarning . alTlO 15c Rolls Continental Toilet I?apei , . ' Wednestlay 3Iornin at 9 : $10 Cutex traveling Sets, ,.. -;t, t. r'.v . r. j TL'-t. i 25c White Ivory Tooth Brush Holders, X; i r Wednesday Morning at 85 25c Djer Kiss Talcum Powder, r Wednesday Morning at 15 Stores at Brattleboro, Springfield, ana Newport, H. i. -: ' V ill'