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time to advertise VOL. 9. NO. 171. Vmk-' frW 4r4T'.:msr Jep Vrra ffSfST " w gr r y ALLEY FAIR SEPT. 27 and 28 BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1021. HREE GENTS MOO D YNAMITE STICKS ANM 4 . r Tim OF ' TM. SEIZED INM O RNIMGR. T 'AID Chicago Police Given Mys terious Tip That Shoe Re pair Shop Was to Be Bombed and Capture Gang After First Explo sion This Morning GANG LEADER IS FATALLY WOUNDED Tells Police He Furnished ' Bombs and Bomb Throw ers for Several Labor Unions Owneii of Store Thrown From Bed Win dows Broken for Blocks Around (THCAGO, Sept. 10. Fourteen hun dred 'sticks of dynamite, 3 inches in di ameter and HI inches Ions and 100 sticks of TNT were seized today by police following Hie capture of tive dy namiters in the act of bombing a shoe repair shop. One of the. prisoner was hot in. the Ride by police who had sur rounded the shop for 10 hours following a. mysterious tip that it was. to be bombed. Richard Burke, 23 years old, the wounded man, was carrying the bomb when the tive approached the shoe shop. Forty detectives hidden in neighboring buildings surrounded the bombers and ordered them to surrender. The explosion tore tne entire front out of, the store, threw David Kremau, the owner, and his family from their beds upstairs and broke windows for blorks around. As Burke, turned to flee Michael llu-hes, thief of detectives, shot him in. the sides, and the other four surrendered Burke, wbo is believed to be dying, told the police, he supplied loinbs for several labor .uuions and also the men to. throw, them. Police say he made a detailed ftatemcnt of bomb outrages undertaken for. the shoe repairmen and janitors' union. BIG INCREASE IN WHOLESALE FOOD WASHINGTON. Sept. 19.. Wholesale prices increased 2.75 per cent , in August over July levels, wlKdesale food prices being in the advance with an increase of 1S.. per cent, according to figures made pub lie today by the depart merit of la bor. Farm products including many food articles were 2.5 !er cent high er in August than in July, the state ment said. Meat animals also aver aged higher. In all other commodity groups ex cept clothing, the statement said, there were decreases in prices. Cloth and clothing showed no change. ADMIT HOLLAND AND BELGIUM Can Discuss Far Eastern Questions In Conference No Action on Dis armament by League. Kept. l!.-umeient Washington, assuiances, formal understood to have te.te department Powers invited to and informal, are been received by the from the different participate in tne armament conference to maKe ir appeal that Holland and Belgium will be given seats at the conference when it dis cusses Far Eastern subjects. The only formal replies are those from France and Japan, but it was ex plained today that informal assurances liad been received from other quarters and that the delay in despatching more precise responses was due largely to the absence from the various capitals of the responsible members of the cover u-Jiients. Ieave GENEVA. Action to Conference. Switzerland., Sept. 19 soeiated l"Tos.l The linal report ot itic league of nations commission on disarmament given out here today inti mates that the Washington con ferenee in the commission 's view will be bet ter able ihan the league to deal with "aval disarmament since this may Iest be accomplished through common agree ment anions the. great powers. PRICE U. S. STEEL SHOWS ADVANCE Heavy Buying at Opening of Stock Mar ket Some . Industrials Are Weak, YORK, Sept. 19. Heavy huying Steel dominated the early trad the stock exchange today. A NEW of l S in g on Will Guard Russian Interests. WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. Assur ances that "legitimate Russian interests" will be carefully guarded at the arma ment and Far-Eastern conference have been conveyed to the Russian people by the state department. The assurances were contained in n message wtucn was directed to the authorities of the Far- Eastern republic at Chita in response to the request of th republic that its rep resentative be admitted to the conier- enee. The department announced today that its reply delivered through the American minister at l'ekin embodied the observation of United States on the gen eral subject of Russia's jiosition. DA!L CABINET De Valcra Considering Re ply to Lloyd George's Refusal MRS: ARBUCKLE TO HELP HER HUSBAND Gives Out Statement on Ar rival at San Francisco Today "STARTLING NEW DEVELOPMENTS" NO INDEPENDENCE TO BE RECIGNIZED Assistant District Attorney Says He Expects Them Will Not Press In dictment Under Prohibition Law To night More Women Are Quizzed. SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. 19. Eoscoe C. (Fatty) Arbuckle Minta Purfee) arrived in San iirlv today from New lork FEDERAL ROAD !S OPEN TO TRAVEL Detour Signs in Dummer ston Are Removed Today BURGLAR ENTERS PUBLIC LIBRARY JOB COMPLETED IN ABOUT A MONTH -Mrs. (.Miss Premier Will Meet Only Representatives of Southern Ireland In Conference Irish leaders Anxious to Avoid Breach Iu Negotiations. DUBLIN. Sept. 10. "Hie Pail cabinet held a. full meet inn this afternoon last ing an hour. Michael Collins, minister of ,'inance, ami Charles Burgess, minis ter of defense, left the meeting early. A communication to the press regard ing the session is expected tonight. ' Eamoun DeValera may cail t he Dail Eiieami into session to deliberate on the situation brought about by the lat est note sent to Dublin by Prime Min- e in the defense of her actor husband against murder charges preferred against him for the death of Miss Vir ginia Bape. tilm actress, who is de clared to have died following injuries incurred at a party in Arbuckle 's suite at the hotel St. Francis here. I harles Brennan and Milton Cohen attorneys fr the lilm star., met Mrs. Arbuckle at Sacramento and denied her to all interviewers. Mrs. Arbuckle gave'(; out a statement in which she asked th people of San Frnncisco to be "i'aTr"' with her husband and to give him a "square deal". "I know and his friends know that he is innocent," the statement said. Federal indictments under the prohi bition law in connection with the party j at Hotel t. rraneis win not tonight as intended, Robert II. McCor mack, assistant to the I'nited States district atlornev announced today. Mc- Cormack said lie bad decided nion ' startling de- lll'W teniae in wistrict Attor Brady and his assistants, announces the result of conferences with the women, it will In known whether they will aopear witnesses against Arbuckle. Their UNEMPLOYED VETS PARADE IN BOSTON block of -1.600 shares changed hands at a gain of 1.1-4 idnts. Further heavy accumulations soon, extended steel ad anee to almost 2 points. Crucible steel, Mexican petroleum and General Apuhalt were strong. Declines were made by Baldwin loco motive, Atlantic Gulf and Boval Dutch. Baldwin more than recovered its loss in th first hour. Masonic Temple Tuesday, Sept; 20. Eastern Star meet ing. Work: Initiation. Several candi dates. Special music. Mrs. W. II. Bond will sing. Family supper at 0.13. Knights of Columbus Hall m. Daughters of Claim There Are 20,000 Jobless Peti tion Governor and .Mayor to .ssist. BOSTON. Sept. 10. Two hundred former service men out of work, carrying placards which said they were part of an army of 20.000 veterans now unem ployed in this city, marched through the down town district today. Their pro cession, called a '"realization parade." moved behind a rife and drum coips. It passed under review by state and city of- hcials through the business district waero its banners "give a job to a vet" and '"there are 2t.tNM of us" caught the eyes of thousands. Leaders of the men left petitions at the state house and at city hall asking the governor and the mayor to lend a hand to get them work. ister Lloyd George. This communication' was received yeserduy at an hour that lay because he expected prevented the Irish Republican cabinet', developments . V . . . , . ' , i-ever.il women who heretotore have from considering it he! ore today. J ot :llpal-0(i i:l eonnection with the Readiness to meet Mr. DeValera or charge of murder on tile here against other delegates lroiu the Sum lem " m Koscue C. (" ratty' ) Arbuckle were the capacity of the chosen spokesman. 'questioned yc for southern Ireland" was expressed by j '"iiiti! i;r-idv the prime minister, but he refused to xho confer with them as "representatives not of a sovMeiin jiml i mleii.-ndeTit vtnti. " HS Mr. Lloyd Ceoige declared that the see-: Vion of the Sinn Fein note despatched on Sept. 12 which was construed as placing the Irish delegates on a par with envoys from a separate power j mut lie withdrawn before a conference was iHissible. j it is suggested in some oiiarters that' Mr. DeValera may.lie content to leave the situation its it stands and discon tinue the correspordeuce. There seems' to be general agreement that the para-, which Mr. Lloyd George objects could' not be withdrawn without the consent of the Bail Kiieann which approved it. In Sinn Fein .pi-uters today it was' declared that Mr. DeValera in his tel.-! Kiam of Saturday night did all he could' to explain the l ai a-iiai-h in a sense to make possible the holding of the pro posed conference pointing out the mis-int-ertiretatioiis whi. h tiiev considered Mr. Llod Ceoiire had nut imon the lie- Stale Highway Commissioner Dix in IJraitleboro This Forenoon Experi inents Being Made by Department to Overcome "Washboard." In about another month, if plans of the Fallkill Construction Co. do not fail, the Francisco federal highway project through the town to assist! of Diiminerston, between the P.rattlehoro and Putney boundary lines, will be com pleted. The detour signs, which have marked a detour several miles in length, were removed today, anil henceforth the entire road will be open to traffic. State Highway Commissioner Thurman W. Dix of Montpelier was in Brattleboro this forenoon, having come hery to look over the Ihimmerston project and the fel- eral project on the l.ernardston road in uilford, nrd he went to Guilford this forenoon. He planned to reach Kut'and tonight, traveling by automobile. Commissioner Dix t-aid seven teams ami seven automobile trucks were em ployed on the Dummer.-ton project audi that the contractors planned to put on two more trucks and more men at once. ' The trucks are expected tonight. The cost of this job. Commissioner Dix be asked said, would reach a!out SlotMMMI. which is .S2.".MM( or more in excess of. what was, figured at first. This is due to an unex-j pectedly large Secured Between $.1 and $6 " in Change Forces Locks on Desk Drawers No Damage Done to Books. Another addition to the list of bnr glaries and petty thefts which have been committed in this town recently, was dis covered this morning when it was f jtind that sometime after Saturdayvnight .some one had entered the Brattleboro Free li brary and had ransacked all the drawers which might contain money. The bnr glar's haul was not very large, amounting to between .." and in change. Entrance was obtained by breaking the catch "of one of the front windows in the basement, the burglar going thence to the floor above. All the locks on the desk drawers were forced, and the damage done probably will exceed the amount of money taken. No damage was done to the books. In one of the drawers which was forced open a one-dollar bill which lay in full sight was passed over. This neglect was unfortunate for the burglar, as this would have materially swelled his pin money for this week. The library had been broken into twice before, so no large amount of money ever is left there. The break was discovered this morning when Miss Esther CrowelL' assistant to Miss Florence L. Pratt, librarian, opened the library. Miss Crowell notified Miss Pratt, who reported the break to Chief -of-Police George Wilson, who, with Police man W. E. Tyler, wcr.t to the library and made an investigation. mmm 10 START TOMORROW Case Against William. Gib son Transferred to This County TWENTY ADDITIONAL Jurymen called MILK LOWElt IN SOME INSTANCES Abbott &"Son Droo to (Juart. Duncan to Bi Puts on Another Eight Cents -Milk Plant Truck. State Alleges that Respondent Caused Death of Gassetts Merchant Last May Companion Convicted in Windsor County Court. ... William Gibson, alleged accomplice of William Lcscord, who was convicted of the murder of George. Race, aged store. kfeper at Gassctts last May, will go on trial before a jury in Windham county court at Newfane for a crime committed in Windsor county. Superior "Judge i:ames were not made public. Arbuckle will remain in his cell un til 'I hu:-d:!. . when his preliminary ' ex amination begins on a murder com t lit : lit which tvas vorn to by Mrs. Bit ml ina Maud lVlinont. a member, of the party in the actor's rooms. MYSTERY DEATH OF A. F. CLARK amount of rock excavation ) which has been necessary. 1 tie conums- j sioiier expressed himself as being well pleased with the workmanship on the job j and said the contractors would repair thet south end of the road, which has been open to travel tor some time and is show ing the familiar "washboard"' surface. Speaking of the "washboard" surface. Commissioner Dix said the highway de partment was very hopeful that the ex periments being made with calcium chlo ride in different sections of the state would prove successful. This is a dust layer which comes in the form of crystals and is scattered over the road by machin ery. It is believed this will eliminate to a large extent the ridgy surface common ou dry gravel roads. Each of the lO highway districts in the state has been furnished with enough cal cium chloride to cover two miles of road. Because of the increase in the for milk from the plant-of the Windham County Co-operative Miik Producers, Inc., for local consumption the management has decided to double the retail equipment. Beginning tomorrow morning two trucks will be run and all milk will be delivered before breakfast. Further reduction in the price of milk is announced by two dealers. Frank Duncan of the Bradley farm advertises that beginning tomorrow the price will be Bi cents a quart instead of 14 cents a quart as it has been selling of late, and the (J. O. Abbott & Son store advertise that they are selling for eight cents a quart, delivered by tfieir grocery teams. The price at the Abbott store since milk was put on the market by that concern has been 10 cents a quart. ADVANCES S5 A BALE Sharp Increase In Price New York. NEW YOBK. Sept. 10. vanced about .." a bale or a cent n iouiid here today iders previous communica- iare publican h tlO'l. Persons in touch with leaders dec they are anxious to avoid a breach, but are determined to guard against the abandonment of a principle, the relin quishment of whieh they consider would weaken the Sinn Fein in ease of a re newfd coniliet. Asks Special Session. BOSTON. Sept. 10. Charles II. Mor reLl of Haverhill, a Socialist member of the legislature many years, asked Gov ernor Cox today to call a special session of the legislature to provide funds to Alomlav nt X r Isabella "will hold a business meeting, meet the unemployment situation. lie followed br meetimr of the drill eirls and said thousands "are out of work and la- other young lady members Tuesday, Sept. 2(1. Regular meeting of Leo Council. No. 017, Knights of Co lumbus at H p. m. Red Mens Hall Tuesday, Sept. 20, at S p. m. Regular meeting of Brattleboro Camp, 72S7. M. W. A. Every member and every forester is requested to be present. Plans for the fall and winter are under way. and with jour support- success is certain. Every neighbor please bring a pound for the party on this night. Dance every Saturday night. bor lenders join with manufacturers in asserting that the winter will be most tinprosperous." Special Curfew at Belfast. BELFAST, Sert. lit. (Associated Press.) The Yore street district was today placed under special curfew regu lations as a result of the reeent dis turbances there. Persons found on the streets of the district between r. :ii m. will be arrested, it Vornier Theatrical Manager Killed By Train at Wellesley Hills Suicide Suspected. YVELLESLEY, Mas.. Sept. 1!. In quiry to determine whether Arthur Far rar Clark, former theatrical manager and dramatic critic, who was killed by a train at Wellesley Hills last night, committed suicide or met death accidentally was or dered today. Medical Examiner Ilodgdon reported death due to "suicide or accident to be determined at an inquest." According to the jiolice Clark was caught between two cars. Witnesses dif fered somewhat as to how he came to be there. Clark, who was a son of Former Con gressman Samuel M. Clark of Iowa, had retired. He was at one time manager for John Drew and had served on the staff of papers. Unsuspecting Motorists Stopped By Traffic Men the New York and Chicago news- wa and .mo a. announced. TO SUBMIT GERMAN TREATY TO SENATE Milk Prices Cut Again Beginning tomorrow we will make the following re ductions in milk and cream: v Milk 13 cents quart Cream 18c .pint The -Bradleyv Farm First Baptist Church Monday, 7.1" Boy Scouts f 7..K) World-wide Guild. Tuesday, 7.20 Christian Endeavor. Thursday. 7.30 Social at residence of Mrs. .7. J. Estey. Friday, 4 p. m. Junior Endeavor ; 7.o() Church prayer meeting. UNEMPLOYMENT MEET NEXT MONDAY About, HO Delegates to Attend Sessions of Full Ccnference Will lie Public. WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. The na tional unemployment conference will meet here next Monday at 10 o'clock. Secretary Hoover announced todav. The list of delegates which has been prac tically agreed on win je made public to night. The conference. Secretary Hoover said, would consist of about :;) men . b'ctcd as those who would be the most helpful in solving the nation's unemploy ment problem and at the same time rep resent geographically the various sec tions of the country.. Will e Sent Soon After Reassembling of Congress Wednesday Presi dent May Send Message". WASHINGTON. Sept. lit. The treaty with Germany probably will be submitted to the senate by President Harding soon after congress reassembles Wednesday. The submission may he ac companied by a brief message, but it was indicated at the White House today that there was little possibility the President would appear before the senate in person to urge ratification. Universalist Church Monday, 7.o0 p. in. Meeting of the Council. Wednesday. p. m. Meeting of the uaugnters circle. Covered disu supper. tins is the first meeting since vacation and a full attendance of members is de sired. Methodist Episcopal Church Prayer meeting Friday evening, in the vestry. .30- SLWE AUCTION TONIGHT. The. conference on meeting Mondav will organize itself. Mr. Hoover said, and then probably dissolve into a num ber of committees to handle the various matters to be considered. Sessions of the full conference will be public, he said, adding it was probable that hearings might be held by the various committees. IjCuVhix Savs He Has One Woman and 2.1 Men to Offer Tonight. ! NEW YORK. Sept. 1!). Urban Lc- doux announced today that one uneni- nORKIS MENACES CORN BELT. ployed woman and Ho men had asked to have their services sold, at the auction which he proposes to hold on the steps of the public library tonight, notwith standing the objections of th-j police, la bor leaders ami others. If the police should forcibly interfere he said the only weapon used in defense would be a song by a-former service man. The World Is lv;ng for a Little Hit of Love. W. E. Haskell Among Those Fined This Morning in Keene (Special to The Reformer.) KEENE. . N. IL, Sept. 10. Numerous unsuspecting nutoniohilists were held up yesterday afternoon liotwecn Erattleboro and Hinsdale, N. II.. by motorcycle traffic officers connected with 1he New Hampshire highway department. Charges against three, including William E. Haskell of P.rattlehoro. were preferred and the caes were disposed of in the municipal oi.urt this forenoon before Judge ("harles A. Madden. Mr. Haskell was n t present, but through Attorney Philip Faulkner, he pleaded nolo contendere to a charge of speeding and was fined 810 ami costs. George Poland of St. Albans pleaded gu.ilty to speeding and was lined $10 and eost. He was present, but was not rep resented by counsel. Mrs. .lames llillens of Keene was not in court, but was represented by her hus band. She was charged with not having her registration in the car ami the case was put on tile. Raymond t . iireer. .mo tor traffic officers, said that Mrs. Hilleio drove past him after he had ordered her to stop and he had to chase her some dis tance. Mr. Haskell was stopped by w liam P.. Iiurnell. motor traffic officer. lesterdav was nn excellent day t-.r mo toring and as the Hinsdale road from F.rnttleboro , was in line condition, not having borne heavv frame tins summer y reason of the bridge being down, a mul titude of motorists were on this road yes terday. Many besides the three mentioned were stopped and warned because of what seemed to the officers to be almost viola tions of traffic rules. SHOULD DISCUSS AMERICA. Ohio Official Urges Ouarantlise Airainst TPttfr t"-avt frTtifr '- I niTnivn v.. ,.V ,'i J Head of -Opposition in Japan Would Not v mi j.ij.i.-, k, I'tm. i ue pros-1 , ,, . . . peritv of the corn btdt alom Lake Erie! Confine Talk to l ar Last. i threatened, L. .1. Taber, Ohio director! TOKIO, Sept. 10 (Associated Press). of agriculture, said yesterday on the re Japan should insist iu discussing at turn of SO American entomologists from the Washington conference not only ones- Canada, where they went to study the tions regarding" the Far East, but also ravages of the European corn liorer. I matters affecting the American coasts, taken . by . Canadian officials to fields Centre Congregational Church llmrsday, tept. 'SZ Annual meeting and luncneon oi tne woman s Association in the chapel at 1 p. m. Dr. Harriet E. Parker will speak. Odd Fellows Temple J ; Tuesday. Sept. 20. rFriendship circle will meet in the afternoon. Supper . at 6.13. where two years ago the Iorer was un ; known, the party saw fields of sweet corn where 100 per cent of the stalks were riddled, and flint corn w here . not an. ear was fit to harvest, Mr. Taber ( said. . Ouarantiaes now . maintained in Mas sachusetts and Canada should be con-' tinned, the scientists believe, and new quarantine areas must be established as soon as scouting reveals infestation. Spread of th? borer into Oliio, despite rigid quarantine in infested regions, "makes extermination impossible." it is aid. Put lire combat against tl in seet.rr.ust aim simpty to retard its march westward. including Mexico and also Australia, de elared Count Kato, president of the ()j- iKisition. nnrtv. in a statement issued here. BEACH DAMAGED STEAMER. Was in Collision- Sunday Morning Off Montauk Toint. NEW LONDON. Sept. VX The freight steamship Maiden, Norfolk to P.o.ston. damaged early Sunday in a col lision with the steamer Jonaney, 10 miles off Montauk Point, ixng island, was beached early today by two tugs and . a lighter a mile and a half inside Montauk Point. DEMAND FOR SPACE AT VALLEY FAIR Automobile Dealers and Other Local Firms to Have Exhibits Midway to Be Lively Place. Inquiries for space at the Valley fair have been coming in so rapidly within the past few days that E. II. Chapman, super intendent of concessions, has been kept extremely busy attending to them. There is every indication that the midway will be the usual lively place it always is at fair time, for the folks who travel the fair circuit enjoy coming to Brattleboro and always plan to include it on their itiner ary. Practically all of the local automobile dealers are planning exhibits at the fair this year and an extra tent has Ix-en hired to furnish adequate show space. Those who already have signed up are Mauley Brothers. Inc.. Roberts Auto Co., i bouquets of Inc.. Mosher Garage. Haskell Garage, I .! ribbons of Frank L. Fish issued an order for a change of venue because the jury venire of the adjoining county was exhausted. Twenty extra jurymen have been . drawn, making about f0 from whom a jury of 12 will be selected. The two men, who were deserters from the army post at Camp Dix, were in dicted jointly for the murder of Race, but under the Vermont laws were granted separate trials. Lescord vas found guilty of first degree murder, but sentence was demand j deferred pending an apjical. Gibson was remanded to the state's prison at Windsor to await trial. Attorney-general Frank C. Archibald of Manchester, at the conclusion of Les cord's trial, announced himself ready to proceed with the trial cf Gibson, but de clared it would be unfair to the respondent to tace trial in the same court in which the circumstances of the murder were re vealed, while the community was in such a state of excitement. He said he would interpose no objection to a change of venue, inasmuch as the jury venire of Windsor county was practically ex hausted during the first trial. Judge Fish decided to transfer the case to Windham county, where he is presiding. Gibson was arrested the day after the murder, at the home of Lescord's mother at South Ashburnham, Mass. At the time of their apprehension Race was alive, though dying, in a hospital at Bellows Falis, and officers who had them in cus tody raeel across the state by automobile ju an eudeavor to have them identified, but Race died at the moment his alleged assailants reached the hospital. Attorney-General Archibald, aided by State's Attorney Glenn C. Howland of Windsor, tried the case against Lescord during the first week of August, and at that time the statements of tiie prisoners made to Detective James It. Wood of Bos ton, and later repeated in the presence of the state prosecutors and stenographers, were introduced in evidence. The trial of Lescord occupied five days and the jury deliberated two hours aiid rendered a verdict of lirst degree murder. His counsel tock exceptions on the ground that the evidence did not sustain a first degree verdict. The same testimony offered at the trial of Lescord will be introduced against Gibson; who will be defended bv II. G. Tupper of Springfield and F. G.'Bicknell ot u ludsor. of Cotton In Cotton ad-approximately IRMA WILLIAMS SEPTEMBER BRIDE . Betterley and .7. E. Smith & Co. Other local exhibitors in the commercial depart ment include the DeWitt Grocery Co., Bobbins & Cowles, Fitch Plumbing & Heating Co., li. G. Boyd, Hopkins the Florist, and Joel M. Stearns. The mont Farm Machine Co. of Bellows Falls also will have an extensive display. i Weds Charles Gunzinger in Her Parents Heme on Chestnut Street Double King Service Used. ; The home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C Williams at t.i Chestnut street was the scene Saturday morning of a quiet but very pretty wedding, when Irma. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Williams, was married to Charles Gunzinger of b'J Chestnut street. The rooms were attractively trimmed Wliu pinK roses and Christmas ferns. pink and white asters, and pink and white. place in an a rch - EDWIN II. GOODWIN. Dies of Heart Trouble Early Today in Elliot Street Home. Edwin H. Goodwin C7, died of heart trouble early this morning in his home at 211 Elliot street. lie suffered at in tervals with asthma and on Saturday DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT LUNENBURG Mass., ago he Jasen Kenncy, Farm Hand. Shoots ter-in-Law and Kills Himself. Sis- LFNENBI-IiG, Sept. 10. Jason Kenney died early today, a suicide, after killing Mrs. William Kenney. his sister- in-law. as she Jay. in bed with an intant child at the home , of her father. lias Johnson, here last night. Mrs. Kenney had- not been living with her husband. Jealousy is ascribed as. the motive. Ken ney was employed as a farm hand at the Johnson farm. THE WEATHER. Frosts Tonight in Exposed Places In creasing Cloudiness Tuesday. WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. The weatner loreeasi: rair tonignt. r rosis in exosed places. Tuesday increasing cloudiness, moderate north winds. The blue of the sea is not, as is gener nllv supiosed, due to reflection from tue sky, but to the saltness of the water. suffered a severe attack. He was born in Dorchester, Oct. 1S54. About - 40 years married Martha (Sweetsert Ballard of Heading, Mass. He had been engaged as organ builder nearly all his life, work ing in the pipe department for the Ilut-chins-Votey Organ Co. in Boston before coining to Brattleboro in March. 1S0,". He was employed here in the metal pipe room of the pipe organ department at tiie r.stey organ lactones. lie was. a member of the Odd Fellows' lodge. Besides his wife Mr. Goodwin leaves two sons, Chester E. Goodwin of Lake ville, Mass.. and Clarence 1'. Goodwin, who. is employed in the metal pipe room of the Estey Organ Co. lie also leaves, four grandchildren and a half-brother, Frank Young of Bending, -Mass.' The funeral Will be held in the home at 2 o'clock' Wednesday' afternoon. Kev. Dr. Clark T. Brownell, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiating. The burial will take place in Morningside ccmefrory. where the Odd Fellows'- com mittal service will be conducted. 1 he ceremony took pk way between the living room and dining- room and was iierformed by Bev. Edwin P. Wood, pastor of the Uuiversali.-t church, in the oresence of th in 'O immo- Ver-'diate families and a few friends and neighbors. A double ring service was used. The bride was gowned in white, satin and roses and was attended by her sister, Miss Beatrice Williams, who wore pink crepe tie chine and carried pink roses. The bridegroom was attended by Merrill Gallup as best man. Refresh ments consisting of sandwiches, cake, ice cream and fruit punch were served. The wedding gifts included silver, linen and other useful articles. Both young people attended the Brat tleboro public schools, and Mrs. Gunzing er has been for several years an employe of. the local exchange of the New Eng land Telephone & Telegraph Co. Mr. Gunzinger is employed by the Estey Or gan Co. Atter a weeks camping trip they will b'.gin housekeeping at 7 Birge street, where they have furnished - an apartment. A Sure Sht. Two jags were returning home after big spree lasting nearly "Don't your wife miss casionsV" asked onev '"Not often," replied the other, "she throws pretty straight." Texas Scalper. a all . night. you on these oc- Women the waje constitute earners in one-fourth Chicago. of all Next Wednesday Is the Night of The Big Carnival Dance AT FESTIVAL HALL v.