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THE BKATTLEUOIIO DAILY KEFOlOIElt. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921.
MEMORIALS We have a nice stork of Granite and Marble Monuments , and Markers Ready to Letter and Set PRICES REASON AB1J1 Cemetery lettering and Grading by CompeUnt Workmen. We are now located xt our new plant, 2I-U South Main Street. Open week days 7.30 a. hi. to 5 p. in. Oilier hours by appointment. The Grant Granite Co. ADVERTISE IX THE REFORMER FORMER HOTEL PROPRIETOR DIES Ilndlev I!. Ker.clrick Conducted Hosie ries in 1'utney and Amherst Iiurial in Putney Yesterday. Fudhw II. Kendnck, a. formerly pro- II! the hotel table one part ot the vuuoy. war broke out tilings badly f or i'r. Kcndr.ek. late refused to modi prop' ;rf y, yet it kept lal. v.- i i of .t i.o wst i , that WINDHAM ASSOCIATION HEALTH OFFICER wawaw; business. old bote I viler the W una beta i to break 11k Omkev es ni.e the hotel iiv-tim; l l.e len- .lr. Kendrit-k con du t keen P soaring costs of living and doing TO MEET WEDNESDAY CONDEMNS WATER o lie was nave up n mi,, ana un closed. It has not been tor ne, li :!rs. : :.!.i-s., in auh wide.'v 1 1 v es a 1 ki. . 1 II .... ... I , . , ! mo icmii .ck ii .hisc hi i ut .1 in the home of Ids daughter j arles K. Williams, in Northtield. Wednesday, after belli- in ill t.me. -Mr. Kendricic was M! the i onncct iellt val- ecia'lv when he was in active ! v.Miiess. lie was f ilial and U hearted and made friends through his own ;-r.oval ;i . j I!- wont from Putney to Ilolyoke, .Mass., in 1. and for several years con ducted a saloon, but in ISOn he went to Amherst where he was fortunate ei:(i;;.h to got the lcae o t1"1 idd A' -j hoist House from the Toakey estate cv. ners. For 23 years Mr. K i:dr! k eon- d;:etel the Amherst House. lie made a hotel since. Kendrick's health ami he had been an it;v l. in-' to his death. The funeral was held i l noon : n t lie, home o f began to .ilid from fail that yesterday aft his daughter. Mrs. .M ii' e ( Kmtdiick I Ni.rt; lie'd. lb v. 1. W. ?ougre'.t itioTial church :b body was taken to Will mm I'attison of the oli: iiat imr, and Putney for bur- ii is wile died severn 1 rears a .;. BRATFLEBORO LOCAL A firing squad from Company sisting' of Sergeant Johnson. Sgt. tte. Sgt Congregational Churches to Hold Eighti eth Annual Meeting in Westminster All-Day Gathering. The Windham Association of Congre gational churches will hold its 80th an nual meeting in the liist Congrega tional church in Westminster next Wednesday, with morning, afternoon ami eve. mi-- sessions. The general theme will The Immediate Necessity of Ite iiiiitiiij doling .Men for the Congrega tional Ministry. lhe morning .session will open at 10 o'clock. At 10.20 a devotional service Ik' coi diuted Dr. C. S. I -p'at-li Notifies Stockholders of j:-: CentcrviHe Ari'ucduet that Water j j Is Unlit far Usr. ' J District Health Odicer Chester S. : Leach today notified the stoekliolders of ;.X the tVnterville Aqueduct Co. that tin'':-:; . . ..t ,... i,.i ,.a......,a i :! Willi 1 OT IIJUL ..ttllU liUU lUUUVHIJI'UI by lii m as unfit for use. A held survey showed tiiat surface :::: water was running into the system from i : all direction to the Spring house near!: the Centerville schoolhouse. ' jxj There are six "stockholders in the comnanv. The system is one of the ohl- v. iii !; coc dinted by Kev. t . n. .Moore- est water supply sources oi cue cown. fonse of I'utnev and t!iis will be 101-; l iv. e.l by a report of tne national coun- I. 'Ih' animal sermon will be preached! ;t 11 ) clock by llev. Dr. Herbert 1'.' W.ioiSin. pastor of the t'entre Congre FINES JITNEY DRIVER. rof- 'kanibi'i-lain. 1 ' 1 Dunliam Brothers Co. 1 1 tSSl 1 U I Yrr I Av! 7j;vrii in I 1 m "L x:-Sn Ki '.8 -V. !5 s. x 'sJ II a lil'ie. ti 1 con-i Drouil- (Virp. Kobnt t class) Shaw, of Fred Lewis to tire tin last squad will leave a v. and t!i Maulev ami I'rivate will atfeiul the funeral Co'Iins .f V.'cst Halifax ; alufe at his grave. The the armory at 12..".t Sum eral is io be held that Mrs. I. C. Tierce. .".4. died about 11 o'clock tin; Hi attle!oro Memorial hospital, deat h resulting from hrights d.lsf'ase. She was hi-;. light to the hospital last Sunday. She leaves besides her husband, one son. Carl I. 1'ierc" of laving, Mass., and a daughter, Mrs. Chulys Newport of New and the fun- afternoon, of Jacksonville, this morning in citv. also one grandson. the b wiil be taken to Jacksonville, where funeral and burial will take place. xlv the BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL e:itio:ial clmrcli f l!rat.t!o!.oro. There also will he a communion service. Lev. Y. R. Curtis of Westminster and IVv. !A. V. Woodworth tof West lhat! lejioro. I In tln afternoon business will bv lira in acted and there will be addresses ' hv C. W. Osgood on Ti e Hesponsibility of the Cliurch for Ministerial llecruits. i:tt;d b'ev. K. W. llodcdon, a representa j live of the annuity fund, on Veterans and lb emits in tlm Ministry. The Woin ' a n 's Missionary hour at " o'clock will '. ).: in idiargi oT Mi r.:'ssi- V. Jlralev and will include a talk on material for ; P,0!-1,:.1 bv Miss Fion-nee M. M. Wells f I'rat tleboro, an ndurrp. Our Many d dome Mission Work, by llev. , Menry M. V'ovvden. director of foreign j s;ie:iking v.'o' k. C. IT. S.; an address 'by See. C. C. Merrill on Men Wanted i fo- tin llural Ministry -i "elmont. arid io!'lreys m l,'"i Knlist incut for a W-orh Task by Rev. 1'eier S. Coerfz of KiongloTi. Miiva. I Two address,-; v.-ill b: civen in the l-ve-M.-. The Hr-t vlll be bv llev. Ii. irt yes-lj:-: .Judre Wine of Rutland Also Gives I ' iicer Some Advice. j RT'TLANI), Scid. 17. A line of $27. and ooMfi was imposed on Harry Elkey of this city, driver of a public automo- bIe, this beint; the first brought under the recenlly adojited city orilinanees which limit the charges to hi, made hv1 the '.iilney'' drivers having licenses and operating from the back stand. rdkey nleaued guilty in citv eon terday afternoon and during the course:-: of the proceedings Judge Leonard F.J v Wing b't it be known that lie was f n - j : miiiar wifh the tactics of some of 1b' 'i hackinen and that the maximum penalty;:!: would follow if the offenses wen; oon-:-tinned. 'y The complaint in this caKe was made :: to City Atforney Clayton II. Kinney by, ; William Dunn of this city, a carpenter. ' : It Wfis alleged in the writ that the r-. ": ipondfiit was hired by Dunn at the : "time rate" which is SI. 30 an hour. lie had the hack for about two and a. half ." hours and was charged $7. Today Presents ALICE LAKE ....- . , IN A METRO SPECIAL PRODUCTION ver the Wire o r. ami Mrs. Clara ('asavant. who Iu:d le ii in l'.oston IO days, slopped a i-ii.rt time at the home of Mr. Ca.- avatit's brother, r.ernard Casavant. before re turning to their home in Kichford. si,;t i m i:i:own. . F-lhuv. io"al c i'-ec a 'ev. C fry I Drwe 1, , 1..; o- i!:o lvb inr of 1 no t ongre-?a - huri-h i i Ib-liows l-'il'.s. on The id tir Man. ami the si co."d bv C. t larke on n I'.valted Min s Own IberaiiM'r Agency, r ami snnner will b' served t'.t eh and hot coffee will be served e who earrv basket lunches. John ing car HINSDALI 11 lia.s lionght a N. II. new Dort tour- M.tr- ::.nl;)ve-i of Ii. E. Hildreth & Co. iiil VesJerday Afternoon. j I.! 1 Ka id S'.ocnm, son of Mr. and i:s. I,. 1. Slocuui of 12"i iiliams r."t. and Miss fieri, ude KHa Urown, i:au-:;ter oi amuei I,. irown oi .cw- Tt. & W. TO ACT. fConnnued from I'nge I C. Robertson was in I!osfon the first, of tile week. has bought a I visited .rmeriv n, allied yesteri (jo;;;;r -;:it ional V. ood'.n, l. D., gle ring service Mr. and Mrs. . of I'.l at ! lebol ( ay at 1 o'clock chapel. Key. otlcia'ed. I".s;'i; TUev were U.i.' locum hit this ( 'on n ., um di the i'or gradm: sciiool tiiey led w i. wre in the II. P. a .tended. :i')r:iing II make e:d to the Central Vermont en cotuPtiou that the rord slmuid be made :i st:uid-ird gauge ropd and I hat adequate se-,-iee should be given at ;' times. The commit tee c. uhl seek an injunction t prevent the carrying of the propped so!:-. bile into e licet, c add nsk the co.irr to order so. ci!ie Miss Eiizalx-th Reddin iif.v l-Yrd touring cur. Artiinr J. Crow lev (f New Yor le'atives in town over Sunday. The I, niiii s' Mission ;uv society will meet at the home of Mrs. H. I,. Urown Friday afternoon at .". 'i lock. Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Fisher returned Tuesday after a several days' visit with relatives in Claremmit, N. II., and 15os-ton. mi ract. i r c nhl e:i v ith the Central Ver- onsti a scn'(p the committee cnie best : ii na- t :-ovu i:i the clas.' i"iir years liillleih i, Co proof ream n.: ee;,artm nl. Mr has had a posit ion as cotnnosi li. L. Ilildreih Co. K. I.. Wcyeiifoerg" Shoes For Service Made on smart lasts for dress and business wear. "Weyenberg Shoes" are made with a pur pose, to give the most for the money. The upper leather and soles are made of good quality and are most durable. liURRIOANh The DELAYS STEAMER. Forto Rica Strikes Terrible Wind While- diroute to San Jiif.n. AN JFAN. Forto Rio... Sept. 17. steamer Forto llici. wish 1 pas sers arrive. Inhere from New York yes- 1! 1 h urs late, having been delated performance of th" tcr into m got ion l "-nr companv and n I '. What ever seeia w ii! d '. llircctcrs rrcscnf this morning were President E. P.. Fatcliehlcr d T.wn shend. V'ce Presid'Olt A. F. Cildworth of Sontli Londonderry, J-. A. Melerdy of South Londonderry. J. A. Muzzy and J. S. K,.hio-;on of Jamah-n. John II. Ware of Tow a -hcml. D. A. i'enson. A. N. Sherman of Williamsville nud li. L. Wa rn an of ' P.iattleboro. A. V. D. Fitn-r of P.rattle l.ovo was nrevent as clerk of the board. iricane which parsing thro-.iuh a Ii la. ti ll from raiduiulit en Monday to Wol-:n- d- loorning, during which period the wind blew at a rate of from !H to UK) m:les an hour. Black Calf Leathers. . . Dark Tan Calf Leathers Prices $3.17 to $5.00 HI FEN APPEALS TO RED CROSS. Wants Child Health Station Continual It: Crerian Refuse Camp. SALCN1KL t.rccce. S, pt. IV. (Asso- s. I Hueen Si p'iie of llrecc" ii'isoii:il appeal to the W'asli Paris ntliei s of the American requesting that the child m be ci ntiuoed in the refagce 1 ii r.aighoiit the winter. ';'. ! Pie ha - . -at a ' ii.; and k-i Cross health Mati tamp here .Iiidire Waterman and Judire 'nd vm th. i v. ii. were a committee previously eh. .sen by the directors, made a rep'-rt of their c afi rence v 'th Central Vermont dncials !! Sf. Albans a week ag- today, at which ti'.-e there were present President F. C. ! Smith. Ceucral Cmuisel John W. Ib-d- motel. tJeneral Passenger and Freight Agent J. W. llanh'v. (I !ier.'il Manager J. ; W. Wnrdhiw and Andit-r Duch:: ne. I At tlmt time the Central Vermont i.tfi- ohils sjiid tiiat tia-y prope.sed to cancel the eifing reJiedule and to run orr loivil tiain inch wav dailv except Sim- eaving P.rai tle'.orn at ! a. :a. and m.deri-v at I .'J.-. Londonderry at at ib-attlcharo ii leaving ISraifh ! arriving at South Loml p. m. : and leaving S-ni'li l.b" p. ui. am! r.rriving i Prices $3.98 to $6.00 The Family Shoe Store 7PQ fi WW NINE Jl'RTSTS Fccou:e CKXFVA. Nine of the neb of lhe on" of j: Mice cr unions now have loii.tmenls. Jpdi'os of tinual Court Sept. 17. t.V 11 jurists 1'crma m fid a el ( ( EFT. New iiiiferna- a! tee won -nil 1 Pr- tleb ! deci I lias bore .f .).. p. in. During t ion v as asked as t he In t rer to l i ve! then i iie c.mo.mv !f furl S. Hopkins i 'band er of '.im:.ier I to reverse th orde1 lest !1.1 inc.- ic iat:d Press) lecteil to the interna! ional by the l.'iuur of opied their ap- MVC!1 II" & Whit, The sched m,mi now i (rain have S si'ch no; it-" hall railroad lie which ti' vpovrs is that nth Londonderry tnti rvn w wiiether if the orib'r. ias notified ' the Fr.it tiiat it Ims altiiongii it t the P.ratth' c immittee. Central Vcr- t!ie mixed at Before Calling a Doctor disorders f stomach, liver or kidneys, try ! the g.vod old-fashioned remedy SEVEN i i.AlkKN ami we predict that in nine cases out of ten .vm won't need a doctor. This famous remedy will give quick relief to the organs of digestion, kidneys, and the liver, and when these important organs are in a normal condition, you need not i have fear of other complications, j A very large percentage of all our ail- j ments are caused by indigestion, or a de ! ranci d stomach, and yu can easily elim inate these conditions by taking SEVEN . i.ui.. accenting to direct ions for a sh-ut time. this remarkable remedy made from the extracts of several differ- i,t n.ii.is im,s uiki in i os, t'vfi one o j .; ; which has medicinal value, scientifically Mended, ami for ."(( yenrs has been a stan- :::: dard remedy for indigestion, constipation, liver, kidnev and (omach troubles. v. SEVEN F.AUKS has saved thousands o. families large doctors' bills, ns well as uutohl suiTering. L. A. Ames of Prospect, daine. writes us that he has used SEVEN HARKS as a family remedy for 2(1 years and it has saved h::u many a doctor's bill. He also states he found it a most excellent remedv for indigestion and kid ney troubles. What SEVEN I5ARKS has done for ethers it wi!I do for you For s :le by ilni-M d s. Advert iscmcr.t. I "You have been a wonderful sister to me. Good bye. Those were the last words Kathleen Dexter heard over the telephone. Tjien something happened. Don't miss this electrically dramatic story. , Also Screen Snapshots EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION semon The Comedy King. in His Special Two-Reel Comedy "Dull Care'9 K " : r- - I Matinee 2.1 5, Evening 7-8.55, No Advance Prices MONDAY PRESENTS "The First Born" A Robertacn-Cole Super-Special Production - WITH SESSUE HA Y AKAW A j Supported By an All Star Cast INCLUDING HELEN JEROME EDDY AND MARIE DAVIS . S From the Play by Frances Powers Mother love is strong always, but never was as the Father love of the First Born. Extra The Latest News Tuesday and Wednesday "The Penalty" Gouveneur Morris's Famous Story it e at Prat 1 1 'Itt !-boro .-.t md mderry 1 lopkins ;mcrc.' ree a. 1. m. a: f the bn ived the .MARRIAEES. :i Era' W "nodi ! P-:f!leboi 1 ie.x. I. 1. ill ll pt. le i.ibi o. by i:,v. II. David Siootin: Jrown, botb of m President f Vermont road i '. ye d a. m.. 1 arrivins; m. ::l -b:iin-f dlowing S'oith of rdov :''- icil'l MILK Milk Is Nature's Most Perfect Food Do You Use As Much Milk As You Should ? We recommend our Pasteurized Milk, bottled by sanitary machinery in a modern dairy plant. MILK 10c FER QFART, IN EOTTLES ONLY CREAM (HEAVY 4 ) F.c.) 10c FER HALF PINT fiQTTLE Stebhins CJrorcrr, .Main Street J. E. RunuhcH's Grocery. Elliot Street I). Fr.iidi Shea's .Market. Elliot Street L. Leter.tlre, 312 South Main Street OR DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR BY OUR CARTS Tel. 1119 W. C. C. Milk Producers Inc. TZ II and arrive at 1 ;rnt l mhoro at ll." leavimr P. iat Sontl! j President j her of Con j t"i';-am fr i tin ( Vnfral ernooii : 1 V 'posed chn use , in " isf Kivci- hrancli tra m is nec'ss. i'Jited by ses ions delici; in inerapon of that branch whicii exceeds . .."( i. (MMf a year a id is stil! trrov.-inr and i'":i- li.'fieit of wlio'e Cen re. I Verm- id -ysf in. I f. certain on and y.nir people are disposed to con sider situation fully and justly and "ith that in view sn;rest ( bo taken to public 'orvice commis sion in order that all views may be fairly presenied. Meanwhile we feel obliged to put in proposed schedule b n. )I!) I'ELLOWS AT TORONTO. f iathcriniT Fur Svere!!,Ti Grand I nib-.e WiiicFi Opens Ton.oiroiv. TfUJONTO. Sept. 17. Odd Fellows from all ii!i-ls of tlie Vortli i.,.-;...i continent bi-s:"! arriving today for the' .-oven iii crr.nd Iodire of the order which convenes Sunday afternoon. It was vx ;((,! that L'!(HM would arrive before ni;;hl. They Appeal to The Whole Family. What? Books Linen Books Toy Books Painting Books Cut-out Books Popular Fiction Very Recent Fiction All to be found at Elbert Simons's The Shop Unique PR FOR BUSINESS Might School Opens 'ctoher 4, 1921 COURSES OF STUDY STARTS ATHLETIC CHARITY. New Ia!iir Wants to Give Equipment To Faor Children. CLEVELAND. O.. S. pt. 17. The All I .Sinrs Service league. Inc., but not for j pront, i,as launelicd n n.it ma-wide move-! ni'iif with head'inarters here to provide free at hh tie oniiipmcnt to orphans ami 1 ::or children of America. I ITALIANS NOV. IN LEAD. More of Them Than Gernmis Natural- ' :! In August. j WASIIINCTOX. Sept. 17. Nationals j'f Ita'y took the lead Ir.vt month in ob j t : i ii ' na'turaiization as American citi-l j zens. a position held for many months! j by Germans, ner-ording to figures made, (public tedav bv the denartment tf labor J SONNICA WINS FROM VAGRANT, i , Gets ( ape M y t'u; in 2(0 .Mile Contest Finished Today. i NEW YORK, Sept. i7. The s hooner ' yiud-.t Sonnica owned by II. S. Shonnard I today defeated the Vagrant owned hv Harold S. Vanderbiit, in a 'tKbmile race for the Cape May cup. Most men don't care to take a chance on getting something good Every suit or coat is guaranteed. ( Memorial hospital ), G. Pierce, 31, of Jack- DEATHS. In P.ral ilelioro Sept. 17, .Mrs. I. ( sonviile. In Eas Northfiehl. Mass.. Sept. 14. Dudley II. Kcndrick, 7(5, formerly of Futney. H.P.Wellmaii Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster System Shorthand Typewriting Bookkeeping Salesmanship Civil Service Accounting Itattleboro Business institute 55 Elliot St., Brattlcboro, Vt. Branch of Bay Path Institute, Springfield, Mass. Office Open Evenings 7 to 9 Individual and Class Instruction