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THE ATTLEBOUO DAILXT KEFORMEU, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1021.
fJHEKTINGS TO MARSHAL FOOI. (Continued from l'age i.J of tin- mum hall ami mar lnl the plaza. Coiir;M!-. I with Lieut. V1. W. . 'oolcy of thf '''i- nim'iit. in the Worhl war DANCE Hardy's Famous Orchestra Wednesday enmf lirs-t and cleared a pi aw near the speakers' stand in front of the railroad station for the Legion men and auxiliary.1 band und Grand Army men, who followed them. . I The hiuli school students, carrying the . .!... I x..ivi,-i. tl:ir ;i!td other lmplls ot I lie pilUlK' alHl I iliui lll.u n. mnri,. i places over the ledge southwest of the station. The factories and places of Imsiness were closed, so it took hut a short time to fill practically all the avail able standing room within hearing of the marshal's voice. While waiting for the Foch special train Lieut. Henry Homister of YViuooski post led the crowd in the Vermont yell 321 Today Presents LOUIS B. MAYER'S BIG SUPER SPECIAL A First National Attraction The Woman in His House came down from the Lonely North, fresh, innocent, sweet, to be the wife of the man who was always too busy. Mar riage gave her a name, a child, but robbed her of her hus band's love. It made her not a wife, but just a woman in his house. Do you wonder she answered temptation? But when she did, Mother Love held her back for the little wife was the little mother, too. A Triumph of Mother Love! More .Convincing and Moving Than "The Miracle Man " Says Washington Post. INTERPRETED BY AN ALL STAR CAST Including Ramsey Wallace, Thomas Holding, Mildred Harris. Gareth Hughes and little Dick Hendrick, the screen's wonder child. Extra Kineto Review Matinee 2.30. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 17c, 22c, 28c Evening 7 and 8.50. Children 11c, 17c; Adults 22c, 28c TOMORROW PRESENTS THE VITAGRAPH BIG SPECIAL WILLIAM DUNCAN IN 'Where Men Are Men which made such a hit at the Kuii-us City j convention mm wincii runs: M-(-X-T! Vermont! Vermont! Ver mont! Thank iol!" At promptly S o'clock the train bearing Marshal Foch arrived and Legion officials escorted the distinguished visitor through the station to the platform. The band plaved the Marseillaise, ami at tiie tirst strain of the music Marshal Foch's right hand came to the vizor of his hat in sa lute, and the audience did likewise or un covered. Commander Gibson then made an ad dress of welcome, which is published in another column, ami presented Depart ment Commander liert K. Hyland of Rutland, who said : "Ladies and gentle men. Legionaires: "The American Le gion has made jMissible the distinguished gathering that you have in I.rattlebom this morning. I take great pleasure in introducing to you your state's chief ex ecutive and guest of the American Legion. Governor llartness. The Governor also made an address of welcome, which is published in this paper, and grasped General Foch by the hand. Department Commander Hyland pre sented General Foch in these words: "Ladies ilnd Gentlemen: The distin guished guest here this morning is one of the world's leading citizens and the world's greatest soldier, who commanded the largest armies ever gathered together and drove the Hun back on his own bul warks Marshal Foch." Marshal Foch surveyed the big audi ence fleliberately and then spoke a few minutes in his native tongue, his words being liberally interpreted paragraph by paragraph by a member of his party. His remarks are given in full in this paper. There was frequent applause, and at the close the crowd, led by Col. Gibson, gave three cheers and a :tiger" for Marshal Foch. Secreary .lames 1. Taylor of the Iiur lington Chamber of Commerce and the greater Vermont association presented Marshal Foch a handsome leathcr-lound booklet descriptive of P.urlington and the Champlain valley, which General Lafay ette visited in l-Ti, and a representative from Windsor gave him a souvenir in an envelope. Moving pictures and other photographs were made, and as Marshal Foch and his party left for their train the band played Star Spangled JSauner. Following the demonstration the visit ing f.eiiii men and ladies were served lunch in Masonic temple, and there Col. Gibson it:troduied Governor llartness. who praise. I the American Legion organ ization and referred to the fact that last renin? !." new members were taken into St. Albans post, saying that such an ac complishment in times of peae was evi-th-iiee of tln spirit lhat accomplished the defeat of the enemy overseas. He was sivrn three ;heers. Governor Harttiess was accompanied by dipt. Donald Kmery of Newport. Mai. Reginald ltuzzell of Newport and Mai. H- 15. Shaw, secretary of civil and military affairs. Among the Legion men present. Iiesides those already mentioned, were Maj. H. NVKiiii Jackson of liiirlington. national vice commander: Max Fisher of Barre. national committeeman: Robert W. Mc Cti"t! of Vergennes. slate tinam c officer ; am! Maj. Leonard W. Vv'ing of Rutland. Four Springfield. Mass.. citizens caie here and accompanied Marshal Foch to l lint city, his net stop before leaving for New York to begin his trip back to Franer. They were Capt. L. S. Itouton and Lieut. Harold J. MeCann. com mander ami vi-e c'lnmander of Spring field p -t. and Dr. L. C. Doggett and Ralph W. Kliis. KNGIMiKIt OF SPECIAL. TKAIN (Continued from rage 1.). Railroad Co. at Windsor and he has been employed by , that company ever since. For u long time he has been ait engineer, and he is thoroughly competent. He has handled many special trains ami often runs tie White Mountain train through ISrattleboro. Mr. Gallagher was sent to White River Junction to pilot the Foch special to Springfield, and his mother met ' htm at the railroad station here on his way down. She bought the. W. II. Gay place on South street. West Uratt leboro, last May and moved there from Windsor. DOES ANYONE HERE . KNOW JACOB GALE ? Telegram Announcing His Death Sent by Coroner of Rochester to Chief-of-I'olice George Wilson. Chief -of -Police George Wilson received yesterday a telegram from Coroner Thomas A. Kill ip of Rochester, X. Y., a telegram reading as follows: "Jacob Gale deal here. Formerly lived in your vicinity. Has relatives. Notify. Answer." Anyone knowing of such a person is asked to notify Chief -of-Poliee Wilson at once. QUADRUPLE TREATY SIGNED TODAY Quick, Sure Cold -Weather Starting among its Many Recent Advances Get a Franklin, and then you can forget cold weather troubles. Some facts: it has no radiator air cooled. The new starter has 20 more turning power. An im proved electric vaporizer always sends gasoline to the cylinders as a vapor ready to fire. A simplified ignition system gives a fatter, hotter spark. Starting is sure, quick and easy even in the coldest weather. No bother. Also, the Franklin is the only car you can buy with a case-hardened crankshaft: this shaft' will outlast any other three. New patented Long-type aluminum pistons. This feature and the perfected silent chain starter drive give quiet engine operation. Lubrication of valves and steer ing yoke pins is automatic. Rear springs have been lengthened. There are other improvements, just as outstanding, ready to bs thoroughly demonstrated. The highest degree of comfort, reliability and economy is not enly the aim, but the actual resu!t of Franklin construction. 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline 12,500 miles to the set of tires 50 slower yearly .depreciation Nation! cj4verges) Touring $2350 Runabout $2300 Brougham $3200 Sedan $3350 Demi-Coupe $2650 Demi-Sedan $2750 (All Prices f.o.b. Syracuse) Franklin Sales and Service Co. Sales 'Phone 908 Service 'Phone 81 0 - . - -a! WILHELM E. STELLMAN PHILIP B: PUTNAM Americans First to Sign Tact .Japanese Tremier Calls It Great Aid to Peace. WASHINGTON', )ee. 1.1 (Associated1 Press) The new quadruple treaty to pre seive oeace in the Paciiic was signed to day liv the plenipotentiaries of the I'niied States. Jrcat Jirttain, France and Japan. The ceremony took place in Sec retary Hughes's office. The American del egates signed first timW an alphabetical Ph.... '1 he approval of the -Vnited States was Riven, subject to a written understanding with Japan, providing that the American Japanese treaty rewarding Yap must be loiiMiinated before the four-power ar rangement i binding. Hopes for Disarmament TOKIO. Dec. i:i (Associated Press) Premier Takahashi said today regarding the four-power treaty for pre.ervntion of peace in the Pacific : '"The American president iant lw con gratulated on the grandest contribution to the cause of peace ever recorded in his toi y." lie confessed the hope that armament eventually would be alwdished altogether. I "I-STEKITES YKKY lUtTEIt m.-TUi ! kl ei 1 B - v . . - - - . g iu Xewfane, Dec. 10, Fred Wellington FrfroTgrampgaa ....b3 mderwood, See Today's i i Impugn Toast to King From Impemfinc Functions LONDON. Dec. Ft (Asoeiated Press) Most of the people of I'lster are against l ister entering the Southern Irish par liament n provided in the Anglo-Irish ' treaty, says ; P.eH.ist despatch today.- So-;,tten.- i the feeling against England that the toast to the king has been ex punged from the program of impending functions. Cardinal LMiie. primate of Ireland and the Catholic bishop of every diocese met in Dublin today to discuss the treaty. Thev were expected to approve it. The Southern Irish parliament will consider it tomorrow. The Changing Sens i Hainor. At live the small hoy's sense of. humor liiids it highest satisfaction in, seeing father full down the cellar stairs. At ten he finds his' deliitht in 'teasing his vmiB'i lady sister about the wart on her beau's nose. At fifteen he becomes treat Iv amused at the ludicrous ideas nf liis parents. In college he tmUs no event so uproariously funny s the one when he and a few others found an old horse belonging to one of the professors, iiainted it green, and tied it to the piano in the ebi'iel. As a lover there is noth ing so keenly ridiculous as the witti-cUni- of his sweetheart. After being married t;ve yiir. he sees the atsolute of humor in his bachelor friend's idea that he knows anvthirti at all. At 4'l re is secretly amused at the self-conti- iii-"c.' ol A He iran ol ,;o. .t t.n tie looks ' :!'i arinieiiient upon the strenuous ef forts of hi oinmcr friend- to achieve j :i success ttiey must ai;inlon in a tew vears. At 70 th wheel turns around acain aed he (inds nothiu-r so refresh ingly delightful as the ie;il of laughter f i his grandchildren. Life. Had K o.ti fer More to a dance expressly to Mandy Pete went meet the girl of his vhoieo. 1'nfortu- ately. he arrived late, for the dance. :ut soon he saw Mnudy. He went up oer and a-ked rather nervoiislv- " ':!i.!v. are yoh urogram full?"' Mitndy lofdved at him in amazement. " l.nwdv. Pete." she said, "I e'n as siifh yoh dat it takes mod hnn two sand wiches an' a cu of tea o fill mail nro- :o Lvannner. am. ' ' Chii-a; DANCE Hardy's Famous Orchestra Wednesday i Watch the smile of satisfaction when he discovers it's a useful present- Initial Belts, Cuff Links, Combination Sets, Ties, Scarfs, silk and woolen; Stockings, silk, cashmere, woolen, lisle; Golf Hose, Gloves, dress, Saranac Buck, woolen ; all in attractive Christmas boxes ; Bathrobes, Sweaters, Shirts, Pajamas, Mackinaws, Sheep-lined Coats, Hats, Caps, Helmets, Toques. H.P.Wellman Co., Inc. Members of Beese-Fcstcr - System , !imiiiifiimi!iBfraitiiw I Goodnow. Pearson & Hunt I i Brattleboro's Department Store s Wednesday. Bargains With Christmas only 1 0 shopping days away, all thrifty people will welcome lhese Wednesday Bargains and make the most of these rare saving possibilities. On Sale December 14 Only ''"''.' " ' '' : i i:mmiHm:gw::siy:;!u;;w Downstairs Dry Goods Department BATH TOWELS Christmas Bath Tow els in good quality and with blue border. :; Great value, j Wednesday Bargain Price 29 APRONS $2.06 Christmas Aprons. These & are made up fancy with trimmed cuffs and ? belt that ties in back, . h Wednesday Bargain Price 1.50 h MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Bargain Lot Men's 25c Initial Handkerchiefs; all - hemstitched and nicely made, H Wednesday Bargain Price lS1. I CHRISTMAS RIBBONS 40c Christmas ; Ribbons, in fancy stripes, white or col- k ored. Make nice hair bows, Wednesday Bargain Price 25 $1.00 BOUDOIR CAPS One of the great I Christmas novelties. Comes in many col- ors of sateen trimmed with lace, Wednesday Bargain Price 59 $1.00 BOX CHRISTMAS STATIONERY This collection is from the best makers in pretty boxes, Wednesday Bargain Price 50 HOLEPROOF HOSE Women's $2.00 Holeproof Silk Hose, with fine rib top, seam back, in black or cordovan; put up in Christmas boxes, . , Wednesday Bargain Price 1.40 SLIPPERS One Lot $2.00 Christmas Slippers, all new goods. Only in one color. Fancy painted tops, Wednesday Bargain Price 1.50 .- - - 0 SILK CAMISOLES $1.50 Silk Cami soles, extra good quality in navy blue or black; all sizes, Wednesday Bargain Price 1.19 FANCY SILKS Fancy Stripe Silk fcr waists. In good assortment of colors in waist lengths, and in Christmas boxes, Wednesday Bargain Price 2.50 Mrawuatoirairniwsw Boys' Department Garment Department BOYS' OVERCOATS Boys' $10.00 Over- ; coats, of good, heavy wool materials, in- i eluding checks, plaids and fancy mixtures, i Sizes 9 to 15 years, Wednesday Bargain Price 2.00 BOYS' 35c HEAVY RIBBED HOSE, in : black only; sizes tyz to 9, j Wednesday Bargain Price 15e BOYS' 50c MITTENS of black leather, heavy fleece-lined, Wednesday Bargain Price 10f BOYS' $1 BROWN CANVAS PUTTEES, lace up the side, Wednesday Bargain Price 25 BOYS' $2, $2.50 AND $3 WASH SUITS, in plain colors and two-color combina tions. Sizes 3 to 8 years, Wednesday Bargain Price 95 DRESSES Six Women's $25.00 Georgette Dresses in white and flesh. Slightly soiled, Wednesday Bargain Price 5.00 COATS' Women's $20.00 Coats of polo cloth, velour and silvertone. Sizes 16 to 40. Wednesday Bargain Price 10.00 GLOVES Women's 50c Fleece Lined Driving Gloves. Colors, black and white, Wednesday Bargain Price 10 Children's Department SLEEPING GARMENTS - Children's $1 Sleeping Garments with feet, in blue and white and pink and white stripes. Sizes 2 to 7 years, , Wednesday Bargain Price 59 Men s Department Main Floor MEN'S $15.00 SHEEPSKIN COATS, mole- J skin outside, with or without belts, and beaverized collar. - Sizes up to 48, Wednesday Bargain Price 5.00 i 35 MEN'S $2.00, PAJAMAS of heavy outing flannel; in pink or blue stripes. . All sizes, Wednesday Bargain Price 1.00 MEN'S $1.00 CASHMERE HOSE, full fashioned, best quality, in gray or black. Sizes 10 to 1154, t . Wednesday Bargain Price 50 MEN'S $1,00 WORK SHIRTS, blue cham- bray; cut full size. From 14 to 17, Wednesday Bargain Price 50 if MEN'S BATHROBES Men's $7.50 Bath- j robes in a large variety of patterns from which to choose, including plaids, stripes and checks. All sizes, Wednesday Bargain Price 4.50 1 MEN'S 20c CANVAS GLOVES, twenty five dozen in lot. White with blue knit wrists, Wednesday Bargain Price, pair 10(? MEN'S $1.50 AND $2.00 WINTER CAPS with ear bands. Checks, plain colors and mixtures ; all sizes, Wednesday Bargain Price 95t MEN'S -50c HEAVY" WOOL HOSE in "dark gray; a good work hose, -. , Wednesday Bargain Price 25c MEN'S $1 TO $2.50 Dress Gloves, three . dozen in lot ; in gray and black doette and brown silk lined mochas, . Wednesday Bargain Price 25 v- ' - -"'' - MEN'S $4.00 WOOL PANTS, twenty-five pairs in lot. In gray and brown mixtures and stripes. Sizes 34 to. .44, . .. Wednesday Bargain Price 1.05 i a.':ff . iTf4 .4 i.li.