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CLASSIFIED Advts.
Are on Page Six
,NLY Daily Newspaper
in Southeastern Vermont
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VOL. 8. NO. 243
BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1921.
a,
RLY MAIL EDITION
EET MA
USAM
GHAT STA Tj
'SSANi
4
OS
RSHA
WHERE HE IS RECEIVED BY GO V.
HARTNE
COL.
ALF OF 'STA TE AND LEGION
MISS EVA LARKIN
DIES IN HOSPITAL
Teacher at Hum Haftin Victim of Pneu
monia Following Influenza Funeral
Arrangements Incomplete.
(Special to The Reformer.)
WESTMINSTER. Dec. BL
Miss Eva, Larkin, grammar school
teacher at Kurn Hattin Home. died about
midnight last night in the Rockingham
hospital from pneumonia following in
fluenza. During tlie several years of her life
in Westminster she had been closely iden
tities with the church and social life of
the community, and her death removes
one who will be greatly missed.
The funeral arrangements have not been
completed.
MAD WOMEN STOP
MINERS AT WORK
Throw Stones and lied Pepper, Wreck
Motor Cars and Seize Dinner
Pails.
PITTSBCRG. Kan- Dec. 1.", Several
thousand militant women marchers of the
Kansas coal field went into action again
today and stopped miners from working
at three mines of the Central Coal and
Coke Co. , Several motor cars were
wrecked and several persons were injured.
The women threw stone and red pepper.
They seized dinner buckets from min
ers and then threw the contents upon the
miners anil officers.
WOULD LEGALIZE
FARMERS' COMBINES
Congicssional Committee to Recommend
Legislation Extend Work
Abroad.
WASHINGTON. Dee. 13 Legislation
to legalize co-operative combinations of
farmers for marketing and distribution
of their product?; and to provide for ag
ricultural attaches at American consu
lates in foreign countries will be reeom
kiended by the joini" congressional com
mittee of agricultural inquiry. Chairman
Anderson announced today.
Light is the speediest thing that exists.
It rushes onward at the appalling rate of
lsf,.HV miles a second.
BIG DANCE
Festival Hall
Wednesday Night
Hardy's Good
Time Band
NEW ENGLAND'S
FAMOUS ORCHESTRA
The same that plays at Oak
Bluffs every summer.
The same that made such a
hit in Brattleboro Nov. 21st.
Last appearance here this
year.
Concert 8 to 8.30
Dancing 8.30 to 12
Ladies 50c
Gentlemen 95c
Including Tax
COMMANDER
of Brattleboro Post
J- " -
GOVERNOR
of Vermont
I "5 -
ERNEST W. GIP.SON
Welcome by Col. Gibson
'the
"'Members of the American Legi
Auxiliary and fellow citizens:
"It is indeed a privilege and pleasure
to wehoine ou here in liehalt of Urat
tlcboro post. No. .". and in behalf of the
village of Hratt leboi o. It is indeed a
di-t!Tiui-liec honor to hae with us the
l.ieat Marshal of France.
Vermont towns owe much to France.
It was a Frenchman who tirt saw Ver
mont and gave it her name. We have
our St. Albans, our Montpelier, our 'er
leiiues ami when the ureat war came on
and the Fremh called for help Vermont
vent l..t00 of the he-t men of her state
:n order that they might heli save the
clvilizat ioji of the world under a very
int i etiid coini;iaiuler.
''Mar. hal I'oeh. we welcoile you heie
!ti behalf of the American Legion that is
doing the greatest work for humanity
of anv ortaniz ion in the country and
iiike great plea-ure in introducing the
department commander, IVrt S. Hv-hi:d."
MLNNOMTES AT YELLOW TINE
V -
i'
OUR DISTINGUISHED GUEST
JAMES II AKTNESS
' ' ' " -r ' '
' v. i f N ,
' 5 5 )-
-r - .Marshal. .-7
h FocH '
Welcome by Gov. Hartness
i
What the Marshal Said
"(eneral Ferdinand leh. Marshal of
France: .
"As ;:vernor of the state I esteem
hish irivilejj i jri-.-et you within
borders. .lut as we l;..ier. esteem
love our cx-sci'vice women and men
our American I.euinn. o we Imnnr
am
the
here
to c
today
me to
in vour
and salute vmi
this town of rattlcbor.
homes.
and see
Party of .Out) Urins Stock And (iood-,
From Saskatchewan
YELLOW I'INE. Ala.. I ee. i:f)e
thousand Metmoiiites i:ceup iiig 1 cars
ari-ived here today from Kcjjina. Sas!;..
hringin.s cows, horses, sheep, household
effects, vehicles and farmint; implements.
it a
our
and
and
es
teem ami love the service men and women
of glorious France. As cur own service
men and women brought back to ,.nr ,-tate
and country such boner, so you ami your
patriots have added great honor to i,ur
country's fame.
"Our share in this service has ghen
us a reverence, a consciousness ot the
magnificent glory that has c. ine to you.
Mr. Marshal, and the valiant patriots of
your great republic of France.
"France as a lu.t'iuti stamis tirm for
peace. France is near the high pinnacle
of noble sentiment that was imru of ti.o
suffering and service in a righteous c.iu-e.
"And to you. dear Marshal. ;i . a repre
sentative of your glorious republic and ou
w hijse generalship won the gratitude and
praise of the allied hosts, the people of the
state of Vermont tender their expressions
ot love and admiration.
state and
state and
scut these
men like
fr..ni the
men and
particularly happy to come
'alute the citizens of the tine stale :in
von all on vour native soil.
It was the vaMaut soldier whom you sent to me from this
them, it was the vast material which you sent to me from the
I'nited States, and it wasalmve all the great spirit in which you
these supplies that led n all on to the victory together.
This great spirit of unity which bound us tosretlier for 51
time of war 1 hone for i:i the new effort w lucli mot .,.., .. 1.,. '
. - " iii.mc u lasting pea '.
It is the expression of this faith in our continue.! unanimity, in our continued
ei on 101 1 in cause 01 peace, tliat I express to you this nmrning my deep
giauui.ie, io joii an my deep taitli m the future, my deep happiness in
r;is morning, n is Willi the expression, of these feelings that
Ilrattleboro ami the state of Vermont.
common victory in
sense, of
being here
I greet you people- of
BALLOT BATTLE
WAGING IN BOSTON. "
AUDITORIUM
Thursday, Dec. 1 5
Jr t "i nin rria -w nm'
Methodist Episcopal Church
Wednesday veiling. I ec. 14. at S
o'clock Dr. David K. Vaughan will give
that very inspiring lecture. American
Ideals, in the church. Dr. Vaughan has
delivered this lecture over ."(Ml times in
the principal cities from the Atlantic l.i
the I'acitic in lecture courses, rhaut ui.pias
and gatherings of every kind. This
should interest men. women ami children.
Thursday, Dec. .,. at :: p. m.--Mceting
of the Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety with Mrs. Lhu-d Robinson. -40 Pros
pect, street.
Women Probably. Will Decide Wlio Will
He .Mayor Four Candidates.
(July One Mepublic;:ri.
I'.IISTOX. Dec. 1.", Men and women
or Lofton weni to the polls today after a
stirring campaign to vote for mayor.
Snow and rain made bad footing for
! women voters w ho were taking part in a
morality election for the first time and
with whom it a i men red laid the decision
T the dav as to the next mavor.
I-our candidates for
the ballot, all without
mayor
arty d
were on
signation.
loan 11. Murphy, former lire commis
sioner, had the backifirr of the eood i?;.vern-
mcnt association and the pnil.irw.iipnt of
VCrilor tV. IfcmiMic;) n no. I M-u-nn
I7tc:-s, Democrat. Eormcr Mayor James
M. (ui ley w as supported in his campaign
by his personal organization. Carles S.
Of jimor a member of the school com
i.iiirei'. and Oharles S. P.axter. former
mavor of Medford. made a vigorous cam
paign with iuiiuompf ii organizations. The
issue, however, if was almost generally
needed, lay between Curiev ami Mur
phy. All the candidates but P.axter are Dem
ocrats iu state and national politics-.
P.axter is a K'-pubhean.
Universalist Church
Wednesday evening. Dec. 11 Meetin:
ot tin
cer . .
party
Daughteis' Circie.
i ml other business
Red Men's Hall
Thursday. Dec. L. at
meeting of the Mission (
Friday, Dec. 1C, at
I'nion.
Election of oth
aml Christmas
" p. in. Iiegular
'ircle.
T p. m. .Tuator
THE WEATHER.
Cloudy a r.d C.,!!ir Tjnight Fair
WciIiifMby.
WASHIXCTOX. Dec. 1:1 The wea
ther torecast: (loud,- and colder to
nu'it. Wednesday fair. Fresh north and
northwest winds.
I
Thursday. Dec.L". at S p. m. Special
meeiing of P.icahantas (Vmncil. . 4.
of P. Adoption. Corn and Venison!
A good attendance is desired.
Dance every Saturday night.
Centre Congregational Church
Thursday. Dee. .". p. m. The
Woman's association will meet in the
chapel. Tea will be served and a social
h..ur will be enjoyed after the meeting.
I
Etica Clobe "Says"
Itesf dollar and a half musical
show at the Colonial this season.
Phone 476 W NOW
If vou don't want to stand.
Wednesday Evening
at the Methodist
Church
At 8 O'clock
Dr. David D.
Vaughan
Will Deliver His Towerful Lecture
American Ideals
Admission 35c
Following the lecture, all men are
freely invited in meet Dr. Vaughn,
in the vestry for open forum. A
buffet luncheon will be sencd.
; .yis-:"' -
Vl Wlti
THE PRICE OF
(DAILY)
Reduced
to
Mail
Subscribers
Icfonuer
The price cf the Brattleboro Daily Reformer, when
delivered by mail, has been reduced to
Six Dollars for a Year
Three Dollars for Six Months
One Dollar Fifty for Three Months
At. these prices can you afford to be without the
paper
Odd Fellows Temple
Tuesday. Dee. Li, 7"0 p. m. Meeting
of Deft ii is liebeUah lodge. Initiation.
Among the guests expected are Mrs.
Ad-He Wallace of Waketield. assembly
president; Miss Lmma tJates of Ludhnv,
assembly secretary; ami Mrs. Musa Dar
ling of South Londonderry, deputy presi
dent of district No. 10. it is hoped that
there will be a good attendance of mem
bers. Kefreshments will be .served after
the meeting.
There will be a Friendship Circle meet
ing Thursday. Dec. L. Supper, (i.SU.
There is work to be done.
Sign up now for the bowling tournament.
Supper and Concert
GISAN'GK HALL
Dummerston Center,
Wednesday, December 1 1
Supper 6 to ft p. in.
Concert at 8 p. in.
Supper and Concert 75 cents
Goodnow, Pearson
& Hunt
Mens Shop
Silk Shirts
Silk Hose
Silk Ties
Silk Mufflers
Silk Handkerchiefs
For Christmas
Famous French General Who Commanded Greatest Army
in World's History Given Vermont Welcome in Brat
tleboro as Guest of Brattleboro Post Governor
Hartness and Staff and Leading State Department
Officials Present
MARSHAL FOOTS ADDRESS If) FRENCH
GIVEN Iff ENGLISH BY (NTFRPHFJER
About 500 Legion Men and Members of Auxiliary Present,
Most of Them Coming by Special Train from Various
Parts of State Visiting Legionaires Given Luncheon
in Masonic Temple, Where Governor Hartness Speaks
Vermont officially welcomed in Ilrattleboro this morning, through its American
Legion men and through its distinguished governor, the commander of the allied
armies in the Woild war Marshal Ferdinand Foch of France, the most noted
man who ever visited Ilrattleboro. Over Ti,0H) persons participated in the welcome,
w hich was directly in charge of Commander Ernest W. Gibson of I'.rattleboro post.
The far amed Frenchman was a guest for lit) minutes of I'.rattleboro post, and the
record of his visit will form the most notable page in the minutes of that organization.
To see and he ir the supreme commander of the greatest armies in, history was a
j rare privilege, ami those who were so fortunate as to be accorded that opportunity
are indeed grateful to the American Legion, which made possible the events of this
morning.
Unmindful of all others, the gaze of each one in the vast crowd was fixed upon
the great military leader as he appeared through the doorway at the railroad sta
tion, and the instant he came in sight there was tremendous cheering. lie was
dressed in the regulation French military uniform suited to a man of his rank, with
long blue overcoat. Although IV years of age he appeared much younger, and
while he is small in stature the square set jaw and determined expression of Lis
countenance told plainly why he was chosen as the generalissimo of the armies
which accomplished the defeat of Germany and her allies.
Besides Marshal Foch and the others mentioned there were on the platform
some prominent officials f the Vermont department and some members of the Foch
party which Las been on a 2.".(KM)-mile tour of the I'nited States, including Franklin
DOlier, past national commander cf the American Legion.
1 he plaza at the foot of Main street?""
lull and the sections of Vernon street and
Bridge street adjacent to the union rail
road station was the scene of the state
wel(vi:ne. and that section began filling up
about 7 o'clock. A few Legion officials
came last night, but the bulk of the
legionaires came on a special train from
St. Albans which arrived here at (.'M)
o'clock this morning. This train brought
a Unit .'?"), while others came by auto
mobile from near-by places like Putney,
Hinsdale, Winchester and Keene. Prob-
:ioiy .m .niencau Legion men were
the audience.
The Brattleboro Military band, and
V.inpany I cf the 171M Infantry met in
their respective headquarters and the
Legion men and members of the Ladies'
auxiliary of the Legion assembled in front
in
(Continued on Page H.)
Masonic Temple
!. 7...0 p. m.
F. and A. M.
-Colum-Stated
14, 7..50 p. in. Fort
No. 1'2. Ii. A. M.
P. M. and M. E. M.
Tuesday, Dee. L
bian lodge. No. .;,
communication.
Wednesday. Dec.
Dunimer chapter,
Stated convocation,
degrees.
Wednesday. Dec. 14. r.t 7:"0 p. m.
Every boy between 11 and '21 years of age
whose father is a Mason or whose mother
is a member of the Eastern Star, also par
ents of such boys, are urged to meet the
Masonic Building asociation trustees and
the special committee at the temple to dis
cuss the formation of a Masonic Temple
Boy's Ohib, which will be organized at
that time.
Thursday, Dec. 7",0 p. m. Brattle
Iwro lodge, Xo. 1(12, F. and A. M. Special
communication F. C. degree.
Knights, of Columbus Hall
Tuesday. Dee. 1.,. at S p. m. Regular
meeting of Brattleboro Lodge. M)::. Loval
Order of Moose. Important business to
come up at this meeting and district dep
uty Supreme Dictator will be here. All
meniliers are requested to Ik present.
Every member should sign up for K. of
C. pool tournament. Play starts soon.
First Baptist Church
Tuesday, 7.S0 p. m. Christian En
deavor. Thursday. P. p. m. Women's Society
with Mrs. Charles Ii. Crosby.
Friday, 4 p. m. Junior Endeavor;
0 p. in. Buffet supper: (i.MO p. in. Mis
sion study classes; 7."0 p. in. Church
prayer meeting.
Annual Chicken Pie
Supper apd Sale
Odd Fellows Temple
Wednesday, December 14
From 5.30 to 7.30 p. m.
' Supper 75c
Given by the Daughters of the
American Revolution
Engineer on Foch
Train Son cf West
- Brattleboro Woman
Tho engineer on the train which
brought Marshal Foch from .White liiver
Junction to I'.rattleboro is a son of a
West Brattleboro woman. He is Charles
Gallagher. years old, of Springfield,
Mass., and his mother is Mrs. Alice
Nolan. They formerly lived in Windsor.
When a boy of !( young Gallagher en
tered the employ of the Boston & Maine
(Continued on Page S.J
GIVE ME
SHIRTS FOa
CHRISTMAS
I have some shirts now, but
will need more soon. Can al
ways use a shirt can use a
number like those I saw at
Fenton's Men's Shop. Talk
about patterns and qualities
they certainly have them
and you can get two shirts
for what one cost last year.
They sell Metric shirts
the shirts that don't fade.
Remember, you can get
shirts at 95c, $1.45, $1.79,
$1.95, $2.45, $2.95, $3.45,
$3.95, $4.45, $4.95, $5.95 to
$7.95, at
Opposite Vermont National
Bank

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