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THE BR ATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1921.
DANCE Thursday Evening October 27 ' ' Odd Fellows Temple Five-Piece Orchestra Everj other figure a square dance Admission: Gentlemen. 55c; Indies, 30c. Including Tax Come I!ring Your Friends and Have a Good Time BRATTLEBORO LOCALi Hal lo well, ile 4 . 2d, .DKol VoemItyn, owjied by J&cbo Faxm, csley. Clf otter, T Halloween Party and Dance ' At Masonic Temple ' October 31 , : SNOW'S ORCHESTRA For Masons and their families. Eastern Star Members. Tickets may be bought at the Temple or O. E. S. Officers Tickets 55c '. Including War Tax We sell only suits and overcoats that we know will stand up and give satis factory service. H.P.Wellnian Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster System Guy C. Jones received forenoon telling of the seriou his father. Carlos K. Jones, who is liv ing in Yarmouth, Me., and who was taken to a hospital there Sunday. CATTLE SALE (Continued from l'age 1.) ' liVvfiu; r: owned by J&clio Jtaxm, csJey. C Jf outer, Ul ' JWaiiKi.e, 11.; M, OOida "Johanna 2d, V ; I owned bjk- East View Stock Farm, C. W.i fior" Bean, "West Olover, Vt. Eight entries, i rio,?! Ulness of! ,las - 'ows drV. r " over, I. nous illness or , . ,, , It 't41 - n' , in th- : BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL M IMHIIHtHimmillWlMllllllMllMMHIllMIIHHIMII' Today PRINCESS THEATRE LEWIS J. SELZNICK Presents William Faversham IN "The Sin That Was His" One of America's greatest actors in Ihe first of u series of greatest high class pliotoplays ever released. Neither time, trouble ncr expense lias i been : spared in making The Sin That Was His one of the finest proiuctions of thi year and that the results hate justified the un usual expenditure is exemplified in the statement of Lewis J. Selzuick, who at the first screening of the finished picture fxclainud. "This . is the greatest picture I have ever handled." ... ,. , ALSO m International News ADMISSION: Mat., 2.30. Child. ' 10c.; Adult. 20c. Eve., 7-S.45, Child, 10c; Adult, 2Sc TOMORROW "Dangerous Lies" : , With Paul Powell A Paramount Production Made in England "Torchys Promotion" . - . -, . . A Two Part Comedy ? PATIIE REVIEW THURSDAY A DIG SPECIAL Nell Sliipman IN "The Girl from God's Country" L. Demming of Stratham, N. II., paid $250 for a four-year-old cow consigned by r . W. Weeden of Uellows Fails. U. S Foster of Taunton paid $250 for a cow eight years old consigned by C. W. I.ean of West Glover, and George II. Hill of Marbolro, N. II., bought a junior two- year-old heifer consigned by Allen II. IJritton of Ilarthiud for $250. The two heaviest buyers of the fore noon were William J. Noouan of Ver gennes, who paid $1,371 for eight ani mals, and G. S. Foster of Taunton, Mass, who bought six head for $1,196 - . The auctioneers . are Barney Kelley of Syracuse, N. ., D. A. Perry of Barre, and George Wi Baxter of Elmira, N. Y, Features entirely new to sales here were the competitive exhibition of stock fop premiums, which took place yesterday afternoon, and an entertainment for vis itors and local residents, which was held in the pavilion last evening. Nearly half an hour before time set for the evening program to open every seat in the pavilion was occupied, and al though a large number of chairs were bVought in the crowd was of such propor lions mat a gooa number or persons stood throughout the entertainment, at the close of which refreshments of ice cream, fruit punch, wafers, etc., were served. The program was 'of three distinct parts, each of which was much enjoyed Early in the evening Col. E. W. Gibson of this place in behalf of the town and village presented State Commissioner of Agriculture Elbert S. Brigham of St. Al bans, who smike briefly on the dairy in dustry as the greatest industry in the state, bringing in yearly more than $30, OOO.IKX). If we are to develop that in dustry we must have the best cattle, the commissioner said, ami the sales company affords facilities for securing the best. It has a great opiortunitv be fore it, not only to be of benefit to Brat tleboro but also to the state of Vermont and to the dairy industry of the country in general. Commissioner . Brigham was warmly applauded, as were the other program features. He remained over for the morning sale. Chases jazz band of Springfield con sisted of piano, two banjos, saxophone and drums, live players, several of whom also rendered vocal numbers, including male quartets. The great Eastern States Exposition of 3I21 in Springfield was brought to . Brattleboro by motion pic tures taken under the direction of Prof. W. M. Rider of Brattleboro, of the In ternational Dairy Extension service. They were made by J. Law Siple of Chi cago, who has made pictures for the great producer, D. W. Griffith, nnd were shown by Latehis of Brattleboro. Everything was free, and the courtesy of the management was fully appreciated. The judging of such of the cattle con signed to the sale as were entered in competition fur prizes offered by the as sociation or by other organizations took place yesterday afternoon. Prof. T. E. Elder of Mount Ilermon, Mass.. acting as judge. "He found a "swell" looking lot of cattle in the entry lit, and there was ex cellent -competition. The prizes aggre gated $300 in cash, besides a feeding service worth $75 and the second and j third prizes in merchandise. i The, second prize in each class (except champion) was a No. 0 duck 5-A blanket, made to measure, given by Bobbins & Cowles, C. S. sales agents, Brattleboro, and the third prize in each class (ex cept champion) was two bags of Unicorn feed given by George W. Stockwell of Boston. , , The grand champion female winning the $100 prize is five months old, con signed by Natt L. Divoll of Bellows Falls. She is a daughter of King Prilly Segis. the sire of two 30-pound daughters, and his sire and dam are two of the breed's greatest animals. King Prilly Segis is the son of King Segiy, and the latter is the grandsire of the world's champion year milk producer. Following is a list of the winners of the prizes : Class 1. cows in milk, two years or over, $25, given by IIolstein-Friesian .Register, won by Fine View Rag Apple Maud, owned by Sandy Brook Farm, iss Dorothy Itice is ill at her home W. S. Pratt has resic-ned his Twitmn $25. given Iv - Brooks "House, won by ,n tne American building. i with the erniont Investment Co. Korndyke Barbara Lunde. owned by Wil-I Harry Gray oA.Net York was a visitors Mrs. M. M)crnf South nwfl.i ington Farms, Gardiner Hall, jr. Co., here Sunday with friends. Mass., who had been visiting several davs eturned today ii 1 1 : a. a . i ni; i- .. i . rvouwi "iimigion, wm.; -a, injmuMa Mrs. Fred L. Smith of Iladdonfield, Si. w ? .Misses iieaphy, r ieivoi j.yons, owneu oy ausuii r arm, j is yisitine Mrs. Emilv EdwarUs of to ner home. George l. Austin, Windsor, it.; rfd, iv ir(VJIM,ct street T J . I 'Alrs- Hnry It. Brown w S P W Fuller, owned by Willington, w t vt a TlAol.l, .mtiV' t Lowville. N. Y.. to visit Farms. Twelve entries. Class 3, Females under wo years, $25, given by IIolstein-Friesian Register, won by L 11 King I'rilly Segis llengerveld, ent yesterday t three weeks the week-end in Rutland at the home of '!'th n"r daughter, Mrs. Baymonl S. John C. Fenton.' i Bichardson, and family. Cpftrw Stnefevreii f w.loatnn IVfjiss..1 Miss lone Pearson of South Ijondon- is registered at the Brooka House for a derry, formerly of this town, is spending a. iew uuys wmi .urs. iienry rj. w mtuey, owned by Natt L. Divoll. Bellows Falls, " ?,' t. ; Jd U II King Prilly Segis Altuna, w M , f will move hore sr., and other friends in town. rm. Twelve entries. . I Ernest Beebe of West Rupert is a' work in the IIolstein-Friesian association $HMfvonabv D lrkTne PHUvSegis puest this k 3 Mr. .nd lirs. John offices, resumed work there yesterday, nsrerveid I ownl kl ,u L I)TvoH Barden of South Main street. j Millard Coleman of the University of Queen Artis, owned by Farm, lwelve entries CI age, llengerveld, ownfd by Natt L. Divoll. Class 5, Bulls two years or over, $25, given by Brattleboro Daily Iteformer, won by Judge Ormsby owned by Beaver Dam Stock Farm, Juuus Schmid, Mont gomery, N. Y. ; 2d, King Pjetje Alcartra Segis, owned by L. II. Anderson, West Glover, Vt. ; 3d, Shepard Hill Wood mount Sylvia, owned by Mantup Farm, E. 4C- Iiogers, Putnam, Conn., Six en tries. ' Cla 0, Bulls under two years, com plete Fuller Feeding Service, value $75, the Fuller Feeding Service, Brattleboro, won by King Korndyke Maid 13th, owned by Britton Farm, Allen H. Brit ton, Hartland, Vt; 2d, King Sadie 'Vale l'ietje, owned by Willington Farm; 3d, S B F Jack, owned by Sandy ' Brook Farm. Ten entries. MURDER MYSTERY UNSOLVED. Dead John Cox of Melrose. Mass., of the Vermont, who was called here bv the Charles M. Cox company of Melrose, was death of his great-grandmother, Mrs. in town Saturday on business. Caroline L. Chase, has returned to Bur- Walter C. Halladay, manager of the lington. Houghton & Simonds store in Newport. Mrs, Edward T. Jackson and son, N. H., is in town today on business. George, spent the week-end as guests of Miss Edith Tyler of Dorchester, Mass., Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Jelley in Putney, it wha had been a guest a week of Mrs. M. being the wedding anniversary of Mr. and 1. Estey, has returned to her home. , Mrs. Jelley. Mrs. M. C. Huntington, who has been t, M's? Gertrure Brooks and Miss Ann at Memorial hospital sjnee Oct. 10, Sabatis, graduate nurses, who have pjsi- underwent a serious operation this morn--1.0? at the Norwood City hospita'., are jing, performed by Dr. G. R. Anderson. y,IS'V,ng , 8 Iirooks s mother, Mrs. Delia Mrs. Ernest Robinson of Chester, for- " "ua" . merly of this town, was operated upon ' rTrizrr-- yesterday in the Ware City hospital for appendicitis. Her condition is consid ered satisfactory. . Mrs. Mary E. Colbirrn and daughter. Miss Belle Colburn, of Boston spent the week-end with Mrs. Sarah Wilson. They had been spending the summer in Towu shend and were on their way to Boston. Pvt. Raymond S. Shippee of Company I, who has been ill with pneumonia in his home on Elliot street, has had a relapse. lime toDegm Using! New York Police Can't Identify Girl's Body. NEW YORK, Oct. 25 A second ex peeled identification of the Long Island He will be taken this afternoon to the City murder victim failed last night j Melrose hospital in West Brattleboro. wi.en x nomas juggins o Jl luincy Mrs. joun L. Knowlton of Cambridge, street, Brooklyn, went to tne morgue Mass.. is with her mother. Mrs. Edward come here s from Red- her sister. T).ll.,.l.. - i . - , , . . ,-ir a luiriac v, lain vl a v tv i lanii iiiruaai tr.aiuiiii'r umce ueeu any moie Victo rv .....I .(.1.- 1 tt.nf 41... A 1 . ' " uuuuiu ""aiCIark of Oak street, having ij i-j- i i - - i -x"' n I immediately on receiving new lueuMueanuu ,s lalKing, uespite j ue ,ands ralif- of the (,eath of uiiiiusc euoris or ine ponce, nor nas iue"u. i,-i. ir- rii. successful in establishing the cause of death. Even the day of death remains conjectural. H. M. Barrett and faimly will move next month from" Putnev road to the Dickinson farm, where Mr. Barrett is Vi-eori-H itr in T'hiof Afliertl Fvflminpr 'employetl. His daughter. Mrs. E. C, Xorris. examination of heart and lungs :yler?ml Mr. Tyler will move here from showed nntJiinir iihnnrmal- tlier was no' East Peppenll, Mass.. to the Wilder evidence of strangulation; the skull had,arin- I not been fractured; the body held no1 Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Clark T. Brownell I soars or bruises, and the brain bore no-'" today to attend the Massachusetts; truce of chloroform. tiopnst state anniversary at Worcester, Indications that the irirl mieht have Mass. Dr. Brownell will address the been, of good birth were well shaped ears meeting tonight on the subject. The Real! ot medium size, small hands with nails t unction or the .Minister ot the l'resent well manicured and free Irom marks of nur. luml'labor, and the fineness of the hair.1, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pellerin of Or- cnaru street expect to leave about the Cream j For Chapped Hands ! ! 30c Bottle ! NEXT STATE FAIR EARLY. Will lie Held Week Following Labor Day in 1922. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Oct. 25 middle of November for Jacksonville, I Ma., where they will spend the winter. I Mrs. Pellerin's mother, Mrs. Mary Aiken,' will stay with her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Betterly, during their absence. Emile adnais. who died Sunday at At a special meeting of the executive " home in North Adams of injuries re committee of the Vermont state fair inlceived when he fell with his airnlane in the office of Secretarv Fred L. Davis, France in 1917, was a brother cf Mrs. I it was decided to hold . the 1922 fair I- W. Overocker of this town. . Mrs. during the week following I-abor da v. i verocker has been in North Adams the It is presumed that the dates will be 'past three weeks ou account of his illness. , September 12. 13, 14, and 15. Those at the meeting were president, C. L. Stuart of Lvndotiville: Sec-tnrv Mrs. M. E. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hyde of Greenfield, Mass., for-i merlv of this town, pntertnineil nvn- tlio' iavis oi White Kiver junction, ueorge veek-end Mr. and Mrs. Walter Timon E. Mann of Ouechee, and Fred A. BuK-'0f New Belford, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs ! ford of Bradford. Professor P.icknell ('lifton Timson of South Hailler fr ' j ROOT'S I PIIARLV'CY I IThe Store With the Stock Today and Tomorrow Presents Keith's Famous Vaudeville THREE BIG ACTS TWELVE PEOPLE Marsh and Degrott Two Pretty Girls in a Refined Singing, Dancing, Violin , and Piano Act Pretty Costumes, Special Scenery Charbino Brothers NOVELTY GYMNASTICS OH, BOY! HERE THEY ARE The Kin Kaid Kilties SINGING, DANCING, TALKING AND MUSICAL ACT SCOTCH AND IRISH NUMBERS AND COSTUMES - Today Only CORINNE GRIFFITH IN HER LATEST VITAGRAPH SPECIAL "Single Track" A spectacular photodrama of life in the open with just a touch of the society element in a sensational entertain ment in which the star as Salome does the dance of the seven veils. It is pulsating with the human interest ele ment. EXTRA LARRY SEMON IN HIS SPECIAL TWO-REEL COMEDY ''The Rent Collector" Admission Mat. Chil. 1 7c 28c, Eve. All Seats 55c TOMORROW PRESENTS of Burlington was unable to be present. CHANGES UNLAWFUL COMBINE. and Mrs. Walter Timson remained in Greenfield several days with his sister Mrs. Moore. Ml i i PICTURE 8 Screen Snapshots and Kineto Review 25 Government Starts Suit Against Cement Trusti Names 24 Defendants. CHICAGO, Oet. 25 A suit in equity to enjoin the Midwest Cement Credit and Statistieal bureau from "keeping rjT up an unlawful combination and eon- j spiracy in restraint of interstate trade a and commerce in cement" was filed r in federal court yesterday by the govern- 1B ment. I njl Twenty-four firms are named as de- 1 femlants. The defendants operate 30 fill mills in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, rj Indiana, Illinois, ;lowa, Missouri aim l" Kentucky. Trinity college, at Durham, N. C. has fij been added to the list of southern colleges r which have recently opened their doors to L5J women students. SELLING OUT Visitors at the Pure Bred Live Stock Sale Will Find Good Food at Reasonable Prices at the Albany Cafe Opposite the Holstein Freisian Building CHAS. V. BUCKLEY, PROP. t . : : ; t o MW ft MM ONE never forgets the wonderful hours aboard a big, swift Clyde liner. Pleasant surroundings, com fort and congenial companions. A trip that is over all too soon. New York to Jacksonville, calling at Charleston, S. C. Connection for all Southern Winter" retort. Make winter reservations now to avoid disappointment later. r Bed-.-rooms with private baths; rooms en suite or singly without bath; or , more modest but very comfortable staterooms, conveniently located. Rates vary in accordance with , accommodations selected. ' Apply to Local Ttcktt Agent, or oddrett A. W. PYE, Passenger Traffic Manager Pier 36, North River, New York CLYDE LINE H B a a H H s H a B H B B B a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a rii This is Positively the Last Week of Our Sale We Are Saying " , .Farewell to Brattleboro Saturday Night BnMMBSMOTJ " 41 Ti Iiniir-" a n e a s k u -i ,rrg&& Corner Main and Flat Streets n i BRATTLEBORO Just 10 of Those $60.00 Coats by authentic count. Made of Boliv ia, Velours, YamMas and the rest of the fine materials. Silk lined fur collars. You only have a few more days to get one. $24.97 Ladies' Ribbed , Shirts and Pants. Arc worth 75c, $1.50 Ladies Flannel Night Gowns, Suits FOR WEDNESDAY ONLY Of all wool materials, silk lined, embroidered backs and borders. Values to $50. This is your last chance to get one. All those left will be shipped to our other stores Thursday a.m. SI 7,9-7 3-Piece Jersey Suits, with jumper dress. All wool . and winter weight materials. Val ues to $25.00, $1 297 $10.00 All Wool Jumper Dresses of very fine blue serge. Good weight. Are worth $8, $2.98 5 Dozen Ladies' White Cotton Hose. Worth 25c. Per pair, air 49c Ladies' Lisle Hose, 29c Those Drummer Boy Hose very best for children, only 29c $1.00 Ladies' Silk Hose, 59c $2.50 Ladies Winter Union Suits, $1.29 49c Ladies' Nainsook Bloomers, 29c $2.50 Men's Heavy Union Suits $1.39 a a a a a a L5J a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a m IMJ a a a a a a si 13 13 3 3 3 a 97c a