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THE BRATTLEBOHO DAILY REFORMER; 'TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
lo, 1921. mmi " M For Wednesday Morning Shopp ers Everything plainly marked with bright red ticket, and will be on sale only until? the. store closes at 12.30 o'clock. $3.98 and $4.98 Tie-Back Sweaters, in several styles and a variety of colors, Wednesday Morning $2.9S and $3.03 $5.98 Ladies' Serge Skirts, all smartly tailored styles. ' Wednesday Morning 3.l)S 15c Toilet Paper, fine tissue, Wednesday Morning 7 15c Outing Flannel, a good assortment of stripes, Wednesday Morning 12y2& $2.98 Short Sleeve Blouses, two styles, especially adapted for wear with slip-over dresses, Wednesday Morning $1.1)8 $2.50 Umbrellas, with white ivory handles, Wednesday Morning $1.1)8 $1.59 Handbags, of real leather, in several styles, Wednesday Morning 81.25 15c Hair Nets, single meh. . . . Wednesday Morning X0 59c to $1.00 Voiles, all colors, plain and figured, Wednesday Morning 39o 50c Beach Cloth, soft finish, suitable for slip-over dresses, pajamas, children's dresses, etc., Wednesday Morning 25? $12.50 and $15.00 Automobile Blankets, Wednesday Morning $9.87 $3.00 Slip-over Dresses, ginghams and linenes, Wednesday Morning Sl.OS $3.00 Children's Fall Hats, becoming, little shapes of hatters' plush Wednesday Morning $1.08 50c Table Oilcloths, several different patterns, Wednesday Morning 39 $2.50 Long Cloth, in 10-yard lengths; a very fine quality, Wednesday Morning $1.50 $1.50 Ladies' Drop Stitch, Wool, Heather Hosiery, Wednesday Morning 98 $1.50 Silk Camisoles, a good assortment of styles, Wednesday Morning 9S$ Combination Specials Soap and Face Cloth,. 10c face cloth and a cake of 10c ba.h : oap. . . Wednesday Morning both for 15? Tooth Paste and Brush, "Colgate's" 10c paste and 35c brush Wednesday Morning both for 35 Shaving Cream and Towel, 10c face towel and 25c shaving cream Wednesday Morning both for 29cv 30c Cuticle Remover and 30c Nail Polish, Wednesday Morning both for 45c A 25c Bandeau given with the purchase of any ladies' enr 'et On Wednesday Morning Towel Sets, consisting of one large 59c bath towel and one 39c bath towel, Wednesday Morning both for 79 60c Combination Cutex Sets, consisting of cuticle remov er, cake polish, cutex nail white, polishing v paste, orange stick, tile and sand paper stick, Wednesday Morning 39 25c Bath Soap, a large cake, made by the Palmolive Soap company to introduce.... Wednesday Morning 10 3 E MATS N TENNIS. NEW. SPtQRT . , AT HIGH SCHOOL - Court Under Construct ion on School Grounds' Hoped that Others May lie Constructed Soon TVnnis' s'ms to Ik' the coining sport in liratttcboi-o . high school, under the fostering of Howard l who is one of the new members of, the High school faculty. yv. 1'age is a tine player him self, and he has aroused a real live iii tiTfst aimm;' the lxs in the establish ment of several .good tennis courts and a tennis league among the student. The game of tennis is one of the finest developers of an all-round - physique known, and could be of. special service in I. II. S.. in building up the boys for football, track and baseball. In addi tion to the physical benefits of the gann, it also calls for gr'at alertness of mind. One court is already under construc tion on the north side of the high school building on Linden street, by the pchool boys 'under Ihe supervision of Mr. I'age. It is hoped that a little later the parents of the Itoys. interested also will back tip the-, movement arid make jnissible the con struction of several more tennis courts on the Ilines property on Green street. COTTON MILLS WILL CUT WAGES AGAIN fc,iah:liU,.hBiiii!lil at Provi- II HAPPY VALLEY TO BE GIVEN OCT. 11-12 Manufacturers Discuss Plan dencc May Come .Wit bin Three Months. IMvOVJDKXt K. SV.,t Rhode Island cotton .will .operatives, luse wuses were cut 22 1-2. per cent IX-c. 20 .fji last, are facing, the possibility of au-fcM other reduction within the next three. 11 months, lisl .Manufacturers yestermv, while ad-'fry mUtijig that. the. matter of a further- decrease in wayes Was under discussion, ' gp denied that any decision as to the El3 amount of the cut or when it will take EH vHect had been reached. JH9 It is regarded as eertain, it was said,!!g yesterday, that before any of the Khode ij Island votton mills make anv wage entity there Mill be a conference or a series off fell conferences among manufacturers fromtfejsl this and other New England date to determine the policy to 1e followed, and that whatever cut is mad.; wild be a general one, affecting all the mills. I'irst Rehearsal Tomorrow Night for Musical Comedy . Product ion Under Auspices of. Company I. The first rehearsal of I'rattleboro's l!l21 Frolic under the auspices of Com pany 1, V. N. U., will take place in the t'nitarian parish house tomorrow night at S o'clock. The merry musical c.unedy, Happy Valley, has been selected for li'.j amateurs to appear in at fhe auditorium Tuesday ami W ednesday, Oct. 11 and 12. Happy Valley will be produced and staged by the Follies Producing company ot Jioston, ot which .John .1. Nolan, well known in Iirat tleboro, is a member. Ten Per Cent Cut October 1. Sl'i'lNtl FIELD, Mass.. Sept. ginning Oct. 1, a wage cut averaging lrpS per cent and a flat salary cut of Hi p.rjfS3 cent, will beeomo effective in the local ' ldants (if ,tk' Westinghouse company. 1 Sti Notices to that effect "were posted in' j3 the plants yesterday. An official Mated'fPi last night that similar notices- will be ptJ r have Iteen posted in all plants of the.fg-3 company. 3 ItlUTIIC in Asiiiuirnliam. Mass., Sept. I, a mm J&as to Mr. and Mrs. William Dresser, grand- t-fi son to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin George of fail Northfield, Mass. ' tfirl In 15rattlelM.ro, Sopt. i:S, a son, Donald Mite. lo-Ilazen E. and .Marguerite -3 (White) Stoikwcll. . In Hinsdale, X. II., Sept. 8, a son to'ki -ir. ami Airs. I.av I liail.v. uraudson 1U SINKSS WOMEN DISCUSS. tCuntinued from Page 1.) I rogram committee, .Miss Ethel A. Eddy stateil ihat it - was impossible to say just what the programs v.ouM be, but said tiie coinmittic pianii(d to secure two or three speakers, to have some musical programs, perhaps an evening devoted to a summary ol opinions ot local employers as to their idea of what the club might -do to help its memU'is lo greaicr eiiiciency, and other programs which should proe of ini iv-l lo t lie iiicmbcis. J'ain rs were list ributcd among the members, who were asked To :gn names aj.d specity what lines of it.y would interest them most, action was taken in order that the mitiees might have some deimile to .Mrs. Ida . Iligins of Hinsdale. .MARRIAdES. in lsruttlcDoro, Nept. 12. by Kev. James,& P. Kami. Daniel II. Mack ami Miss Anna 63 M. P.rown. both of Iirattleboro. iffiM In Drat tleboro. Sept. 12. bv .Iiistice SfJ. 'arl S. Hopkins, Allen Douglas 'Johnson I and Miss tJrace Dorothv Iielive.in ImII. oi -Norinampton, .Mass. DEATHS. In Hrattlelxiro. Sef.t. 10. Eav L. Ellis, C a native of Jamaica. em mi their a ti ; ihis corn-idea to what lines diould be m taken ui and to whom to look for the formation of the various groups or classes. While it is impossible to give the number of those signing for the various groups or classes a hurried resume of tin- lit shows ih;it a large number le sire swimming ii" arrangements can be made, box. ling, current events, milli nery, dancing classes, tirst aid, drainat its, snowshoeiug and dres.iieakir.g. and o. Iters manifested interc-.t i;i hiking jarties, horst-b.ick r.iinig. mandolin cliibv. cooking, reading, basketball, and athletics in general. Following the outlines by committees reports of the annual convention of the New England Federation of P.usiness and Professional Von;"ii 's club", which jw.is held in New ll.ien. Conn., in .June i were giver.. The secretary. Miss liuth j I'.ig-Iow, read the report made by Mr-. ' Clarence I.. Mickney. who was in ! Nm imitield ('t.l last evening to speak l.dore the Pusiness and Professional WOmen's club. Mis Margaret llarber read a report f the New Haven ineet irg. Prepared by hers. If and Miss AEir- ion K nil't. The following committees luve been i appointed for i he club for the year: Membership Misses ;lads Stelhnan. Irene (ohurn, 'eia Chat man, Dorothy Setter.;. Katllerine De'ili'llir. li:::!nee -- Mrs. Katheriiie IB Automobile Delivery Telephone your (train orders lo l'.i'y and you will receive prompt delivery. No order too large No order too small. CROSBY GRAIN STORE GODFREY CROSHV, prop. RKAIi OF HARMONY ItLOCK m 11 m f.O m. m IMS Ts. Il 'hn Tuttle. Mi: !i.-s Ethel Millington. rir!oii. St.cial service Mr. 7i)). Mis Eaith Yeaw. II. Welis. Dr. fir ace V iiiiucii' ional - - Misses Knith Tyler, Izetta S s Mi hired Mrs. E. ( Voct s-ch. Eddv. . Ear T.uey Wells Ea M:ss Elorenee M. . I'.urnett. lici t ha Piggott. tewart, "Florence i Pratt, Catherine ('Jiven. !! Ihiiw Mrs. MoMie Cresy, Misses I ' I'i'ab. !h Kaniiey. M. Elizabeth Moran. i h 17 t.'oodah'. Mrs. mv Evan. Entertainivent Chairman to be inv ; 1 oi-itod. Misses Ceeile Peterson, Mil 1 (;r:d Snooncr, Anna Anderson. (Ie:ie ; vieve Murphy, I.orena Yaber, Elorenee ; N 1 lickmon. 1 1 Program Miss Adeline ;' Miss Ethel A. Eddy, Mrs. Miss I lara Pierce. M. Shut tuck. A. IT. Prasor, BRATTLEBORO LOCAL The fnnernl of Mrs. Ceorge . Stark, who died Sunday, was held in the home at :il Cedar street at 10 o'clock this morning. Rev. Elmer Clayton of Hart -land officiating. The burial took place in the West P.rattleboro cemetery. The bearers were tleorge Stark. Elmer Pur pec. Merrill Stark and Charles Strong. Mr. and Mrs. K. Stark and Alouzo Star!; came from Jamaica to attend the funeral, KXPECT LARGE VOTE TODAY. Oth Font' Republicans Cmtestin? in Mass., Congressional District. PC.'STON. Sept. DI. A four cornered contest, for , the Republican nomination was expected to bring out a heavy vote in the special primary election in the sisth : congressional di.-triet today. The, Dem ocratic candidate. Charles I. Pettengill of Amesbury. was unopposed. Chief in , t crest centered in the -vote for Col. A. Piatt Andrew, formor assistant secre tary of tl o treasury, and liansom C Fili gree, twf of the Republican candidates. "How good" is more important than "How much." Hats and caps of the better type. 61 m m H.P.Wellman Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster System tm LEO 1 ON AI RES RET URN. Party of 250, Land at New York Met Iry , Welcoming Committee. 1 NEW YORK. Sept. 1 Two hundred and fifty members of the American Legion, headed by National Commander 'John !. Emery, who left here August 4 on the George Washington to attend the dedica tion in Flirey, Franco, of a monument, to the American expeditionary forces, re turned yesterday on the steamship Loo poldina from Havre. The party was met at quarantine by the police boat John F. llylan. carrying more than KX) legion men as a welcoming committee. Wednesday Special Wednesday morning a bot tle or tube of polish given with every pair of shoes. The Walk-Over .shoes are. extra good values at the new prices. Also s have a nice line of Boys', Misses' and Chil-. dren's Shoes and a bottle or tube of polish with every pair Wednesday morning. m m mi m m jet i I The latest and most enterprising rI women's clubs in London is one which confines its membership to girls and women employed in domestic service. The club has a cozy home centrally located in. the city, where the cook or maid servant, may spend her afternoon off amid all the comforts and luxuries of an up-to-date clubhouse. Baldwin's Boot Shop FRED F.; CLARK, Prop. 34 Main St. Tel. 36-W Ml 35 ljrOOClnow9 Jrearson & HiiDt Kiteii Tomorrow W e Close at 12.30 P. M. The afternoon belongs to our "store family" for rest and recreation. So in order that we may do a whole day's business in only a few hours, we have prepared for tomorrow morning an especially strong list of Wednesday Mornin Sp eciuls umi!iiuuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiihiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiii!i:i:i!:;!!i:iiiiiiiiihi I Another Shipment of j Barracks Bags 25c 1 I Made of , heavy weight blue denim, with brass eyelets and rope. Excel- lent for laundry bags, camping, etc. B Worth at least $1.00, Wednesday Morning ePo "'inii.iiiiiiiiiiiiitimui.;,,,,,,;,, .iijijiimnm ,(!i!!;uiii,i,:ii:i;i;n!;:ii;iiMm:iimi:iiMm;wiM:mwi;iiu:!i!i;i;iiiii!;ii? :(,iii!iiiiitmi:uuiiiii,iiiiiimi!iii.itii;iti- T'luwwiiiiwuiiMHmMMJiHWiiimwmiiiiiuif.iM Boys' Black Hose 19 Boys' 50c Fine Ribbed Hose, in black only. Strongly made where the wear comes. Very durable hose for school or dress wear. All sizes, fl IB, Wednesday Morning .tTiiimiUitiiiiiriiajHMUirKfni.iMi'itiuiuMir :;i:;;!i:iiti!i;;tji!i!'i.iiiLti;i3!;sitM)UJiii!itiiii(;utui'tHUit:tJi:uitmuntfc MiMtiUWiHiMttBUIuffl !i.iii;!i!!M!:;i!i ii!h'!!:i:.-!ii:.i!iiHiiiiiii!m!:!m;uni;iiiinii.ilw!iiiiiiinlutMW $1.39 $2.00 TAN FIBRE SUIT CASES, 24-inch, best size, well made, in fact best bargain ever offered. Wednesday Morning Only 25c FINE CAMBRIC for underwear, finished like Lonsdale cam- brie; 36 inches wide. Quantity limited. Wednesday Morning JL a WOMEN'S $2.00 LEATHERETTE SHOPPING BAGS, very handy to carry on the arm for shopping. You will like them. $2.00 CORSETS, regular model, extra quality, trimmed top; not dT all sizes. In white only. Wednesday Morning Only SOw WOMEN'S 25c COTTON HOSE,, in black and brown, medium weight. All perfect, all sizes. Wednesday Morning Only 15c WOMEN'S $1.00 MUSLIN NIGHT GOWNS, with trimmed yoke, fZg made good and full; good assortment. Wednesday Mprning Only fi tL 35c BEACH CLOTH, so much called for; 33 inches wide, in blue, green, tan and other colors. Wednesday Morning Only $1.00 FANCY STRIPE SILK SHIRTING in good assortment of colors. Note this bargain. Wednesday . Morning Only C c 98e $1.50 WOOL CHECK, 42 inches wide. Just received. Nice dark colors and small checks. Wednesday Morning Only ONE LOT CRASH TOWELING, plain white, no colored edge. 4 JL Good, heavy quality, best bargain. Quantity limited JLJL2 C VOMEN'S $2.00 AND $3.00 WAISTS cf different materials; some slightly soiled; all white. Quantity limited. Wednesday Only WOMEN'S $5.00 SERGE SKIRTS in black and navy, button trimmed; also some wool mixtures. Wednesday Morning GIRLS' $1.25 MIDDIES, of jean cloth; white and blue. Sizes 6 to S 16 years. Wednesday Morning Only a J5 $2.98 MEN'S 50c "PRESIDENT" SUSPENDERS. Not more than two pair to a customer. Wednesday Morning Only.... MEN'S 25c FINE COTTON HOSE in black or cordovan. All I sizes. Wednesday Morning Only 2 pairs for ahICj? J MEN'S $1.50 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, without collar, soft cuffs. .Qfc Sizes 14 to 17. Wednesday Morning Only J 1 ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S 25c SOFT COLLARS, all sizes - fiji I and styles. Wednesday Morning Only each Ji.V'U 95c MEN'S $1.50 GENUINE, B. V. D.'s. All sizes. Not more than two suits to a customer. Wednesday Morning Only MEN'S $1.50 SILK FOUR-IN-HAND TIES, large and small pat- QJ terns. All colors. Wednesday Morninar Only ifcJP REDUCTION OF $3.00 on any Suit in our stock, marked $25 or more, j WednesdayMorning Only MEN'S $1.50 "FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM" NIGHT ROBES. All sizes. Wednesday Morning , Only $1.00 1 MEN'S $3.00 "CHALMER'S" RIBBED UNION SUITS, short Q-g A I sleeves, ankle, length. All sizes. Wednesday Morning OnlyJLt5 f BOYS' 50c PEARL WAISTS, to support stockings and trousers. 950 S All sizes. Wednesday Morning Only 1 BOYS $1.50 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS with soft collar attached. .Q-fl. I All sizes. -Wednesday Morning Only lavv I BOYS' $25.00 LEATHER COATS, reversible, moleskin cloth " inside. Belt all around. Wednesday Morning Only 1 BOYS' $1.50 WOOL TROUSERS, in several patterns and col-. fl4 vfl-5J I ors. All sizes. Wednesday Morning Only. tJ?JLJfcf $19.50 Jumper Dresses j Women's and .Misses' $5.00 Jumper Dresses, of all wool serge, piped with g black. Sizes 16 to 42, CJ, Wednesday Mornins Outing Flannel 15c I One Case of 25c Colored Outing Flan- j nel, with light and dark background, j Eig assortment of stripes, all of the J best quality and at less than cost at mil1' '1! !o 1 Wednesday Morning JLtrw fag imnuomiiHfutrauiHUinmimimaitiBwtM iiamiwiraiiHiHmiruiiiiiiiiaiiwiiHmBiHW Goodnow, Pearson & H unt M m - i:i lp m "HI i5a m 1 -3 5 m m m m m IS -mi im M si -: fas M : m m 1 1 giWp;jpyfWl!B'