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THE BUATTLEBOKO DAILY KEFORMEU, FKiDAY, DECEMBER J), 1921.
i DKOWXS IS ISATIITl K. Sir Arthur Pearson Meets Accidental 'Death at His Home. LONDON. Dec. 0. Sir Arthur Pear son, who founded Pearson's "Weekly anil other well-known publi'utions, is dead as the result of an accident at his home here. AVhile in his bath he slipjied. striking his head against the faueVt. Then he fell into the water and was drowned before aid could reach him. No salt nor pepper is used in the lira i ion of Japanese native dishes. prcp- DEATIIS. In South New-fane, Dec. 8, Dr. John ,S. Stratton. SG. In Williamsville, Dec. 7, Marshall A. Moore, 71. In L.vor.svillo. Mass.. Dec. ,r. Mrs. Keziah l'urinton Johnson, widow of Marshall M. Johnson, formerly of North tield, Mass., ani P.altimore. Md. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL VERMONT NEWS. quarters at the extension service of ' 11.. ..r .. : l . ... i .i;re 01 ugncuiuiri- ai lHirilllglOIl. will COIulltCi- Ketreat ?tinda.v When hit by a bullet until dead, but a. tigres: a tisrer will ; dies silently. liev. W. ( Bernard chapel service at the afternoon at " o'clock. The December meeting of the I'rattle- ' boro .Ministerial Union will be held at the rour ' house of Rev. II. 1. Wood in. D. D.. lit o'clock. ' Ttie docket for nleihni.l COUlltV court (contains :?4 divorce cases and nine more the, were entered after the dm ket was printed. Sixty-eight dren are nann John. of everv d Mary. 1.UO0 English ehil "!i William and !U 1 SS3ElZ73 t Today Presents THE UNIVERSAL SUPER JEWEL PRODUCTION THE GREATEST WESTERN PHOTOPLAY EVER SCREENED WITH HARRY CAREY AND AN ALL STAR CAST, INCLUDING The 11 Hi U. S. Cavalrv "The Fox 9? DON'T MISS IT IF YOU WANT TO SEE A REAL CLEAN WESTERN PHOTODRAMA Exfra Latest News Matinee 2.30. Children 11c, 17c. Adults 17c, 22c, 28c Evening 7 and 8.50. Children 11c, 17c. Adults 28c SPECIAL SHOW FOR CHILDREN AT 4.15 CIRCUS PICTURE Extra Special for Saturday CONSTANCE TALMADGE In Her Latest Soecial First National Attraction. ' A pool and billiard handicap tourna ment will be started the lirst.of next week anions the members of the Vermont Wheel dub. Contestants will find the M-hedule of games posted ot the club rooms. Two handsome cups will be awarded to" the winners in both pool and billiards. A regular meeting of Canton Palestine. No. Patriarchs Millitant. was held last night in the Odd Ftflows temple, and the i following officers were elected: Captain, j Cicorgc ISigcluwt lieutenant. Floyd John I son ; ensign. C. Frank Hawkins; clerk. I Fayette Miller; .tccountant. William J. j Cain. Two .women driving down High street 'in a covered sleigh yesterday afternoon had a narrow escape from injury when ; their vehicle was overturned near the ' I 'rooks House urchwuv. Both women were thrown out but the driver pluckily held to the reins until assistance arrived and the sleigh was righted. The ways and means cummittee of the 1'rntth boro Woman's club entertained the nsirtieiiianls in the recent production of Miss Bob White at a dance in Festival hall last evening at which something over I lOO persons were present. Music for dancing was furnished by Snow's orches jtra and punch was served by Mitchell. ! tin- caterer. j The Wear-Em-Over Kubber club met : last evening in the home of the leader. .Mrs. Sewall Morse. All the members were present, and an extra amount of work was done, four hot water bottles and live pairs of rubbers being mended. The boys have announced their readiness to replace, j free of charge, any mend which does not i hold. The next meeting will be held Dec. I.".. A silver social was given hist evening j in tile Baptist vestry by team No. . j which was largely attended. The young pecple's orchestra rendered several selec tions after which a spelling match was held with C. Warner Hopkins and Miss Ilelene Moore as captains. Mrs. Bnger i Aiken of Mr. Ilopkin.-'s side, stood the ! longest and captured a )-i.e. Kefresb j inents of ice cream and cake'were served. Biattlchoro chapter, 1 laughters of the .iiierif-an involution, wmi nci i l uesuav Alson Smith, seven years old. received a fractured thigh" anil Kvelyn Smith was severely bruised in a coasting accident recently ir. I'awlet. The boy had to be taken to Cambridge, N. Y., hospital. t The McDonough cheese factory build ing, with garage and woodhouse, in Hinesburg.' was burned last Thursday. But for the prompt arrival of the chem ical, the residence of 1. H. McDonough would have burned. The Mansfield mountain road intersect ing the highway leading t-j 'Smugglers' j Notch and extending up to what is I known as the Halfway House is one of V2 roads discontinued by the selectmen of Stowe in order ,to reduce highway ex penses. All the roads discontinued have. not been in use for a number of years. the K. II, Fdgerton of lUxhester and Sher man U. Kvarts of Woodstock, 'side judges in Windsor couyfy court, have both re signed their position on account of a de cision of the supremo court, which is taken to mean that it is improper for a practising attorney to -be a judge for the reason that some case might come before his court in which he had been engaged as a counsel. Even if he did not sit on the bench when such a case was consid ered, still his connection w ith the' court in a judicial rapacity would be open to criticism. Governor Ilartness has ap pointed II. M. Newton of Felchvilie. a i mem oer ox ine i:i senate irom Windsor ;;unty, to till the vacancy caused by tin retirement of Judge Edgerton. No on j lias been appointed to succeed Judge i.viuts. The new Windham Cafe at the rear of the Windham Hotel at Bellows Fill Is w ill be opened next Tuesday night turner the hotel management when the annual banquet and election of officers of the Bellows Falls Merchants' association takes place there. The cafe will be open to the public the following morning. -vn inventor lias just produce-:! a gun irotn wnicii a stout line can. Ironi the shoulder, be shot a distance of one hun dred and ten yards. tic iL Mi! 71 Just arrived A No. 1 Get in your orders early. 25 lb. USHNELL 94 Eliiot Street In an effort to save her little sister from an accident Tuesday. Beulah (Iwiee, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lumbra of Montgomery Center, nearly! severed two lingers. The child saw her j baby sister reach for a sharp knife and! Beulah. in an effort to save the child, j made a quick grab for it and in drawing j it through her hand nearly severed two of j her lingers. J -i.vv-BgEs .itteriioon it (.he dav will be Mr. John I the Pilgrim Unitarian i observed . (Jale will ( 't iiietiarv I T!i. ! day ' on Mrs. E. E. Hodlen will ! The Relation We P.e:i itional Societv. There w ) arish hou--e. is Plymouth give a paper ccbdirat ion. !e ;,n jti 7a M m annua s an ress to (tin- Nil Iw iMiiii-. A ver ottering will tie taKi'i tor the M 'hi i-tmas :f the International college j at Spi-ingtield. Ma-. i The auxiliary of the American Legion served a puhiic supper laM evening in dtl j Fellows tenip'e. whicU wa followed by ' no entertainment in charge of Mr. Frank E. Ba liter. There was also a sale of j aprons . in charge of Mrs. H. II. Iincs and of homemade candy, in charge of Miss ; Florence Adams. Mrs. I. 1J. Smith had charge of the .supper, which was excellent. The program insisted of a recitation by Master Elliott Barb-r: readings. Mrs. F. W. Pier: duet. Mrs. Frank E. Barber i and Wallace Poubhdav. aeccir.pauied by (Mrs. Henry Chandler on the piano ami i Mis Iiorothv Ilcbb, violin. The work ,f setting up highway light houses has been dropped for this year, and the state highway trucks which were in use by" the gangs setting tip the light houses have tieen returned. (PI the .i lighthouses brought into the state ail but ' IS have been set up. The ones which! could not be set up because of weather; conditions Jut ve been stored in the towns, where they are to be stationed and will be set up next spring. fire- I .1 at ! Another case of carelessness with arms in the hands of bovs bappene Croton Nil t unlay when liaymond Page, j 14, received a bullet wound ill the leg. near the thigh. The Page boy had been I to visit tleorge Knox, an older bov. living i in the nr.rth part of the town, and thei two were coming to the village, .voting! Page carrying a loaded rifle, t a the way , the boys got into a squabble, and the rlt! was discharged with the above result. Charb member officially spite of able.disi Victory Kilative written ported ceived a son I in i t freiitiiii of B H-ie. a former the second division, is still ""lost" on the army records in the fact that he hold 4 an honor barge, u French decoration and a medal with three battle clasps, 's have received letter from him since he has been officially re killed in action. The famiU re- certiticate from President 1 1 - honoring as bavin; 1h. name of t his life 'buries in batth Ti eli- Mulh N d- of .New I H f whose j LI Boston f lifer- I S s of I a In a modern Example from Eve, from the stage play by Rachael Barton Butler EXTRA ! EXTRA ! Motion Pictures of Eastern States Exposition Directed by Prof. Ryder of Brattleboro. ! Third srude pupils fi t Main st reel demoiist 1 i . . . . I hi teaching rca ' and lan at ti- llieetillg of t ' iation ia the !. vesfen a v afternoon. t rated trdbin V l 1 I iilif i !.! eiiiert aini hg t in itc ing. well "anal and met hods arit hutetic attend. d State Marketing Agent L. i. (land will attend a conference England state marketing agenVs organization he is prtsident. in the latter part of this week. The c ence will discuss various prdthin laariceri lir ami mere lain isimr N-w i-.ni'. ,,,A it l , A I - m.ii.'i 1 .in., ,1.1 i. ni iii.ii ji t .'I I . ..ItllOWI- , land will also alter, .1 a conference on ; freight discrimination u shipment of 'farm products in New England and will inetigate the dairy products markets in Boston and New York before returning. a lien! Teacher assn gh school building All tin work illus- regular school work ami was ex- and most interesting the audience. Mrs. Springs afterix ' 'ai l Hamilton gave a -late Parent Teacher attended in Rutland Wellman spoke of th short report of the meeting which she lasi June. Miss standardization of lit!, was n while Bain! was big moving it was set. who nail laral schools w hich i lie ucation i at tempt mg. I detail the system of credit . i , lie scnoois. t;lte ImcM of explaining in s u-y-il in rating Carl Baird of Siield.m instantly kil!--d Tue.-lav working at a local pulp mill, caught between the cab of a crane and the enr upon which It is nelleveil tile young been working on th proximity to the crane mti ine crane lo 5cl a ride. 1 l;e eliirineor did not see Baird when he leaped ahiard and, swung the ah. w hich is also , IV j able, around suddenly, cruhing Baird be- I tween the cnl, and the tloi.r ;.f the Hat; car. Ilea th was instant .".neons. g man. who nad tj outside in close j H Iteiided to 'jump" j f ILK f I - p y y 1 1 4 F Our Announcing New Christmas Merchandise M M Prices are getting back to normaHn several departments and lines show better values than one year ago. I n fv i We have new pieces and several new finishes in our line of brass, made by the Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co., who are considered the finest brass workers in America. Book Concoles. in Olympian and Statuary Bronze $3.00 to $8.75 Doer Stops, in natural and fancy gilt $4.25 to $7.00 Smokers Stands in Old Brass and Byzantine $3.00 to $22.50 Figures, Oriental and Assyrian Bronze $3.50 to $15.00 Cigarette Sets, black and gilt $7.50 to $10.50 Desk Sets, Old Brass and Byzantine $10.00 to $25.00 M The above are only a few items of a large line. Jjp QJXJtiD 1. GIFTS THAT LAST VAUGHAN 6? - BURNETT Jewellers' l r. t 'e- i.sset o agriculture, sirred t ifu-alcs eMei day lavni- of herd ow!:i moat whose herds ii g the prc.MTihcd free lie 1 liese la l'ils a re from t ulii rciilosis. " cattle. Am )tf i hi f the d.-pari aicnt of '!! acccilitcu herd cer w hich are issued in rs in tin- state of er have vjiialilied by pass iiumber of tuberculosis now Th. y considered : coat ai lied herd time contained ! bet with persi vera! j on t he part ot i ful testing th ire in ci-easo. There nr. I 7m' hei d -i which are olh - had at aniiiials. by tiie state aad federal t n bcrcu'a r c a ml, co-. i per:'. t imi t he nw in r.s am! w it h ( herds were event unllv uiw in 'rm in ially eccredited a re- ' 11 ril governmeiiTs. j A. W. McKay, specialist on market ing n ' ,1... I.. :....! o... . . . i c , fc io iio.o .-iaies iiiireaii ii niarKcts, is making a Survey of maple sugar pro jduction and marketing in Vermont. Mr. ' .McKay came to Verm ant through the ! ci urtesy of Ir. 1 1. C. Taylor, chief of the ! bureau of markets and crop estimates. t (make this study, which will be embodied jin a published report to be issued by the ; leireaii ot markets for the use of all wh ! arct interested in the various phases maple sugar product ion. While in nioiit. Air. McKay i making his bead- I All chip and get father or brother a suit, overcoat, mack inaw or sheep-lined coat That kind of a gift really counts. H. P. Wellman Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster System - iijia DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY I IiGllIiIu .. . Sli ippers for 73 AT m en and women SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SALE STARTS TODAY Women's Comfy Felt Slippers With durable, soft leather soles. Ribbon trimmed. Clean, fresh stock of Women's Comfy Slippers in special fancy cartons. A Christmas gift welcomed by all who receive them. All sizes, in Oxford gray, iapphire, orchid, old rose, wisteria, baby blue, red, jrown. navv blue and maroon. Values $1.65 to $2.00, Special Christmas Sale Price, pair SHit Women's Felt Juliette tA2t Slippers Made with flexible leathef soles and leather heel. Fur hjvtj 4pS trimmed, like illustration. All sizes, in black, maroon, ''x gray, brown, Yale blue, orchid. Value $2.25, Mk '"w Special Christmas Sale Price, the pair; . fjf Women's Felt Slippers Odd Lot of Women's Good Quality Felt Slippers, hard leather soles and heels. Mostly samples, slightly soiled from handling. Values $2.00 and $2.25. Special Christmas Sale Price, the pair .'. , JLa-tJO Women's Comfy Felt Slippers Odd Lot of Women's Felt Slippers with soft leather soles. Mostly sample pairs. Slightly soiled from handling. Values $1.65 to $1.85, QQtf Special Xmas Sale Price.. &U Men's Felt Slippers Made in comfy styles with soft leather navy blue; also hard leather soles All Sizes. Values $2.00 and $2.25, Special Xmas Sale Price, the pair . soles, in khaki and in black and gray. S1.49 i'.'xSViSki"' W.I "v 'mmJk i in till; jt I .RfSTMAS j iinham Brothers Co. H i I ii H ti ! I fjeK