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on Page 7 Today CLASSIFIED Advts. Are on Page Six. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, THURSDAY EVENING, .JANUARY 20, l)i2. VOL.8. NO. 280 " Y MAIL EDITION IV ' 'J(! - -'Ml'. 190 KILLED IN FIRHT IN RA Rf! I IMI I I 111 Wf IIIIW " " Frnch THcnrrlpr "Rrpnk Ollt iresn uisoraers rsreaK uui In Egypt, According to Rome Dispatch THOUSAND OTHERS INJURED IN 'ROW British Troops Called lo luell Insur rection No Particulars Regarding Number of People Involved In Out break Against Government. .(lM)ON, Jan 2t (Associated Press t. A cable despatch to tin- Even ing Star from Home today says it is re ported there that fresh disorders have hiokcn out in in 15tO (terson Cairo. Egypt, resulting being killed and more than 1.0OO troops, the n siiirection. others injured. P.ritish ssage adds, quelled the in- BIG HOUSING PLAN FOR NEW YORK CITY Money From Insurance Companies and Contractors to Build 1,500 Apart ment Houses at Cost. NEW YOIIK. Jan. lit;. Success of, Samuel rnterniyer's S1(M).(kW).in() home-, buildiiiir iiioirram virtually was assured i xestirdav bv an offer of the Thompson-' Stairett o.. general contractors, to un- dcitakc the work at cost and the accept ance by the building trades" council of a dollar a day a man saving in labor cost. Insurance companies, under the lead-ci.-hip of the .Metropolitan Life, have agreed to furnish the money as soon as flic law is amended to permit their in vestment in tenements. The plan calls lor immediate erection of 1. ."00 apart ment houses capable - of housing -I.".IH)0 The offer was the result of an invita tion from Mr. I'ntennyer following his address before the Free Synagogue last Sunday in which, as counsel for the l.o kwood housing committee, he out lined a method of meeting the present home shortage. Mr. I'literniyer said he had receive! a letter from a large manufacturer of painters' supplies volunteering to fur nish goods at cost and another from a window glass manufacturer oxpressing his approval of the plan and offering to l-iovidc window glass at factory cost. lie; has not heard from the brick, lime, ce ment, and sand dealers, but even if they do not ei-opcrnte he said he could find oilier means of obtaining those mate rials. .-) Al TOMOBILES Bl IJN. l ive Shop Buildings on Brooklyn Wnler Front Destroyed. NEW YORK, Jan. lV. The plant of the Morse Dry Dock & Repair Co. on the 1 trooklj n water front was threat ened with destruction today when tire wiped out five shop buildings entailing a loss estimated at $:'M ).() and up ward. The blaze started in the com pany's garage and destroyed "i) auto mobiles. The floating dry dock caught lire, but was soon extinguished. the 1 rattleboro News of the world by Associated Press News of Brattleboro and surrounding towns by special correspondence --Excellent daily features ' Entertaining special depart ments. FREE OFFER CANADA TO AID ITS UNEMPLOYED Dominion -overiinient : Will Finance Provinc Sal and Municipal Au thorities. I -OTTAWA. Jan. 2t. I lie dominion 'government approved last night sweeping measures for the relief of unemployment through0(lt raniihl. The Pian. to be i financed through issuance of tederai war rants, makes .special provision tor ana- Idian atid' British war veterans and wih he" in force until March -U, the end of the fiscal year. The new legislation hinds the federal government to reimburse municipal authorities to the extent of one-half of their outlay for unemployment relief fn the ease of ex-soldiers, provincial and municipal authorities" to assume the other half. ' In the case of public work undertaken to provide employment, it is stipulated that the municipality must pay the nor- j mal cost plus one-sixth of-the extra cost, the federal government paying three sixths of the extra cost and the provincial government two-sixths. This grant is 'conditioned upon the province agreeing to bear its share of the burden and also upon .approval of cost estimates for work ro- jceiving the approval of the federal depart ment of public works. J Where work cannot be provided, and .conditional upon co-operation by the pro- i ....... i, f.,!. ! i 1 till . i lUtirii i, on iuhmu Mrui- nient agrees to refund to municipalities . nessed only by members ot the sacre.l one-third of disbursements for unemploy-1 college, members of the pontifical house ment relief. I .i . ,1, .,,,. ,1 m.h;iitv ind dinlionats rural. listliets fill teliar-il v. tvil-n. to reimburse nrovineinl .'nv- ment agree I ernments tor t relief work. one-half of theii outlay for HARDING - INTERVENES. Asks China o Accept Japan's Terms Shantung. WASHINGTON". Jan. -H5 The aid ident Harding has been enlisted the arms clcleate to nrnm .lapan ami ( biua into agreement on Si.iimiin. j T:ikir. ; direct bund in the Washing-' 1o:i negotiations for th1 fr-t time, the lYer-ident yistcniax urred the Chinese to a;"ccpt llu latest compromise oiler and and tlnis remove from the ticld of con- .. i.: ...i.:.. i. i..... i w..v.-.j suj.y ..as - .iii-irmc Il1i-kiai- 1 t I lut ..o-f.; o lh whole conference. Whether the mow is to succeed ap pears to rest largely ' with Peking. The' Japanese Already have indicated in for-1 nial'v their willingness' to make the prin oipal concessions proposed, and the President approached the Cfiinese only after the Japanese ambassador had in formed the state department that his government was ready to accept a ten der of good othces. ! The settlement plan sponsored bv Mr llard'iig deals only witlt the return of the Tsingtao-Tsinanfu Railroad, sub stantially all other ipiestions- having been a'ii'ced upon , in the t-eparate exchanges between the Japanese and Chinese. I 'ruler the nroposal, Japan would aiian don lier proposition for a loan to China, and the latter would purchase the road with treasury notes payable at option live to 15 year hence. China would re ceive possession within tive years, but would withdraw her opposition to re tortion of a Japanese traffic manager and chief accountant during the period of 1 ay ment. THE WEATHER. Fair Tonight and Friday Slowly Rising Temperature. WASHINGTON. , Jan. LC, Weathei forecast : Fair tonisht and Friday. Slowly rising, temperature. Moderate north and northeast winds. Daily 1 NEW PRICES TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Three Months $1.50 Six Months One Year $3.00 $6.00 Mail edition conneds with early afternoon trains and ensure? prompt delivery to subscribers in Hins dale, N. H., Ncrthfield, Mass., Vernon, South Vernon - and West River towns. Brattleboro Publishing- Co. : Please send me The Brattleboro Reformer one month free. I.amnot subscriber. - Name Address POPE BENEDICT'S BODY ENTOMBED Enclosed In Three PooL-oto It Rests Under Bascilica of St. Peter's ONLY FEW PERSONS WITNESS CEREMONY Public Cut Off from Viewing Body at Noon Guards and Papal Gendarmerie Escort Body Major Dignitaries of Church in Procession. ROME. Jan. 2U (Associated Press . Pope -Benedict XV was entombed" with solemn and impressive ceremony this af ternoon. His body, enclosed in three' cas kets and dressed in the pontitioal robes, lies in a crypt under the great basilica of St. Peter'. to the right of the entrance. ni i a. . i i ..:r..i .liil u-.iw ivtt. X lit' iJiMiH ii a tin iwdiaum " " accredited to til Vatican. I mm. . , l....-...... ,i,y.... , . f sif Pfter's a lie great uiihij- - had been closed at noon, cutting off the stream of humanity which for more than three days had been passing before the catafalque where the body lay in state. '!..- , . . t.-WIt ilwk 1.III1.V1 I of I i lie ceremony iM-.ui tui the body from the chapel of the holy sac rament to the chapel of the choir. It rested upon a bier w hich was borne upon , the shoulders of the red-robed ushers j whose usual functions are to carry the1 , pope in tne papal cnair in jmhiiuicui i cessions. The funeral. cortege was headed, by the Vatican clergy bearing torches a'ld chant ing the nut hem. Exaltahunt Dor.iino. On eit'her side of the bier strode members of tin. Swiss "iiards. Palatine guards ami th ,(ul K.,Karmeric " s the procession moved tin c-noir 01 me tn;ipci .iimu rtowinsr robes of nitride sang the Miserere. . .i I -.. . r .1... ..I ....I . ... Noble guards in dazzling full dress uni- form formed an escort of honor and the I 'pontiffs bier was covered with a tapestry j of red damask, upon which the body had rested while lying in .state in the basilica. Then followed major dignitaries of the church and the high offices of the armed force of the Vatican. Meanwhile the members of the sac-red I college entered the chapel of the c hoir. As the strains of the Miserere e nded t he pontiff's body was carried in. Then Un solemn ceremony of absolution look place and the choir sang. While the last an ithem was lieiug sung the Imdy was de imsiud in the cv press coflin and the major tlonio of the Vatican cover.-. the face of the pope with n veil of white siIk. Cardinal Caglier covered the body with a large red veil fringed with gold and placed at the feet a bra.-s cylinder upon which was inscribed a succinct his torv of the life and pontificate of the late pope. The coffin w-jis sealed and flu cover screwed down. The burial a- as then read. The cypress cofiin in which the body rested was placed in a lead casket and inith were deposited in a hardwood casket. I The casket -was then transferred to the crypt in the left lateral nare near the right entrance to St. Peters. Last abso lution was given and Benedict NV was left to his rest beneath the flagstones which are trod by thousands of pilgrims annually. eforiner Daily now a Cut Out andMail Coupon M'NIDER SAYS BONUS WILL HELP INBUSTRY Legion Head Calls .Mellon too Pessimistic Doesn't Care How Money Is liaised. XEW YORK. .Tan. 20. The national commander of the American Legion. Oil. Hanford MacNnler. discussing here yes terdav Secretary Mellon s conclusion that the I'nited States treasury cannot stand up under the burden of a soldiers' bonus, said he thought the secretary of the treasury was much too pessimistic. "He naturally looks at the situation as one would expect a watch dog of the treasury to look at it." Col. MaoNidor said. "But that does not make his con clusions accurate. Instead of weakening industrial conditions by putting an un bearable burden on the treasury, a mis would do more to strengthen economic- fabric of the nation than other thing that can be done at present time. "The Legion doesn't care how bo the iinv the the money is raised. That's the business of congress. We believe that the adjusted compensation plan is the only fair thing. We ktinw 1 lie ucoiilc want the homis act passed, for in every .state where f hey have had an opportunity to pass on matter they have voted in favor of the it SEIZE $::0,(Mm LI((l OK. Federal Officers Make Big Haul in Bos - toll Hotel. Jan. -. Federal Prohibi Elmer t Potter directed an yesterday, when a stiuad P.t ST N. tion Director unusual ' raid from his other seized choice pre-war Honor valued at XII.i.imhi c.n the premise: ot a hotel at Dartmouth and Columbus ave nue, of which Con Keefe and Dennis J. Keefe are the proprietors. Potter's men wrke. nearly all night removing the spirits from the cellar where it was stored. Late last night Y2. truck loads hud been carted way. and It. was estimated there were six m.re loads. No warrant for the arrest of the Keefes was issued last night, as the com plete report on the amount of lopior 'seized had not been made. The search warrant was is-ued by I'tiiled Slates Conimisisouer Nelson, who issued that for the celebrated Ouiucv House raid. PKOl D OF (.RAY HAIR .u ;n. But Judge Doubts Woman's Claim Sends Her to Psysropathic Ward. HICAGO. Jan: 2i. When a woman id whose hair has turned in places to ' gray says she is proud of her silver lock . . , i 'Judge Samuel II. Trnde believes she should be examined at' the psycpathic . laboratory. I- Miss Delt.i allery u p) wn r. .1 1:1 Judge Trnde's court yesterday. She had had a back-fence altercation with a neighbor. She testified in court that Iter accrser had taunted her about lier gray hair. ""I'iii proud of my gray hair." Miss t 'allery told the judge. I The judge scratched his head, which is adorned on the si.lr with gray, j "I en n'l utiiieistnjul jt," he said, will have to send yOu to the psyc ward for observation. Your case continued for one week." We pat hie will be WANTED TO SI RPBISE III BBV. Woman Asks Dm?; Clc ik to Match Half SinoUed Ci?:cr. TACOMA. Waslu. -hm. 25. One Ta coma cinar clerk recent lv was nnahle to till an niiler of a local woman wlio wanted to liny a l of cigars as a ur prise pro-ent for ln-r liusliaml. J Tlio woman, the clerk said, tame into. the store with the Initt of one of her( liHsliand's half-smoked c-iuars. j I 'Please match this.-' she asked, "I) did not dare to take ;i whole ciu.ir i" . t-1 fear he would disrover the loss. And I want mv pnichae to I a complete smpiise. It conhlii t le done. . Universalist Church Hot Turkey Dinner. Served from 1 1 .-."" to L'iH by of the Fniversulist Soeietv Jan. I't;. the ladies Thursday. ( hie ken Pie Supper. Served from .- to 7.:i by the ladies of the Fniversalist Soeietv Thursdav. .Ian. LtJ. FAIR OF NATIONS 7 2d Annual Fair of the Ladies of theUniversalisl Society Festival Hall, Thursday Afternoon and Eve., Jan. 26 TURKEY DINNER. 11.45 to 1.30. $1.00 No admission charged to hall. CHICKEN-PIE SUPPER, 5 to 7.30. 60c ENTERTAINMENT, 8 o'clock DANCING. 8.30. SNOW'S ORCHESTRA Admission to hall, 15c. Dancing, 50c. .HiwwMnwmmtiwiiMimmiH.MmwMiHttiiitmtmHMHimitiiw - m-hwmmihi. tM mtmm m ii mmnnH h wit c tw i wiiMito i hi w i www enm ittt imi w 1 1 w w 5 Wearplus Ties SOMETHING NEW No Lining to Wrinkle On Sale In Our Men's Department X 3 E i I i S IE 3 s X s ii ii Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt ii j '.mtMfiiimittMtuH UNITED STATES FAVORS MORE TIE ;Does Not Want European Economic Conference at Genoa Meeting EUROPE SHOULD BE MORE STABILIZED I liiled States Would Look With Favor on Conference at That Time Thinks More Satisfactory Kesults Could Be Obtained Later. WASHINGTON. Jan. Itt (Associated Press). Indications were given in official 'c ircles tndav that the Fnited States is a,verse to participation in a general J European economic conference, should 'such a meeting be held at the time set I for the Genoa gathering, but would look with more favor on a conference to be held at a later date. The Genoa meeting, would be in position to factory results in the government officials if given for conditions in it was asserted, btain more satis-opinio-t of sonn more time were Europe to stabil- LECTURE ON CHINA FOLLOWS SUPPER Congregational Brotherhood Enjoys Clam Chowder and Illustrated Talk by , Rev. II. P. Woodin. The two main features of the regular meeting of the Congregational Brother hood held in the Centre church chapel last evening were a tine c'.ani chow der supper and an interesting illustrated lecture on t'hina. Laurence G. Shirman. the new president of the Brotherhood, presided at the meeting. Tl:c illustrated lecture on China was given by Rev. II. P. Woo.lin.r The V(l tdi.les showed pictures of Chinese idols. i.roii,in..iit Chinese men. lonv Chinese buildings and typical people of that coun try. About were present at the sup per and lecture that followed. I NEMPIOYMKNT ( FT HALF. ;oci nnient Pmlicls It Will Be Over " By Npiin;. WASHINGTON, .lin. Fnoni- ployinent has been rcdnceil nearly ?i per cent, largely a a result of the national iinemnlovinent conference c-iUUmI liv l'res-1 ident Hnnlinfi. Not more than 'iMI.fHKl pers-ons arc without more or less regular work at present, officials helieve. A year ng ."..(KHl.CMiO persons were jnhlc'ss, according t' a report transmitted to congress ly Secretary Havis. In normal times be tween LtNKUHMi and 1..".NMHHI workers aij" iille. 15y spring, or at latest summer, nnem nloviiicnt will have ceased to exist as a t national problem, it is predicted. I K(";S AN1 Bl'TTFK HHHIFB. Cold W; ve Increases lost of These Food i i Products. j NFW" VOUK. .Ian. The price of eggs moved upward ye.-terday. the risi; Icing three cents a dozen - wholesale to .".'l cents, which was lt rents more than last Saturday's tpiotat ions. The cold spell is I lamed for an increase in ajl grades. Butler went up also, creamery exTras selling for :!'. i-etit. and for the same iiaon too much cold weather. So much Hutch. Argentine and New Zea land butter is coining in that the price is not expected to advance much more. First Baptist Church Friday. 1 p. in. Junior Kndeavor; 7.1 " p. in. Prudential committee; 7.o p. m. Church prayer meeting. s utmt im m ti i iMMtttttc imt ntiw Htucu4it i i di mi w o w wtt Miwiwimi miiiumwHii iiimnumwi i ii 11 ii II 3 "f.T"'Vr' TiiinniiiiiniiimiiiinHiiiiiiimwwmi'WTiiii "i i irn-ir rifliffri-ili-'fi ntfif-i t-t-tt i 1 DOW ENTITLED TO RECOVER DAMAGES Awarded $S5 by Judge Stowe for Act Koux. in Not Allowing Him to Harvest His Craps. of In findings of fact in the Tow case of Warren IT. Dow against I'oux. Judge Frank 1). E. Stowe ishend Moise of the spring municipal court finds that in of 11)20 tiie plaintiff leased land of the defendant which th a piece ot the defend- ant had in his possession, for the pur pose of raising crops, agreeing to deliver to Roux It) bushels of potatoes as rent. In the fall, when Dow began to dig the not a toes. Koux assaulted him and drove him from the field and would not allow him to gather his crops. The court finds that the plaintiff was damaged to the amount of SS.1 for the liss of his crops, and judgment has been entered for that amount. Attorney A. V. I. Piper is pomisel for Dow. Attorney II. W. Gibson, counsel for Roux. lias given notice of an appeal to the supreme court. In Windham county ourf Dow, brought an action for personal damages, claiming that. Roux kicked him and that as lie put one liaml behind htm one fiiv'OOO to l! get- was broken by the kick. The plaint iff was awarded XL'.", and an appeal i pending in that case. GRANGE OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED .Men of ('range Serve Banquet to Ladies Following the Installation Officers lor Coming Vear. The annual installation of officers of Protective "Grange was held last eve ning in the Knights of" Columbus hall. JI. W. Sargent was the installing officer and Ik , Philip cers : i seer. ( 'II. W. Wells: . assisted by Mrs. Sargent "and Piper, installed the following otfi Masfcr, Oscar Whitney: over . Warner Hipkins; lecturer. Mrs. Sargent : chaplain. Mrs. ' Waldo secretary. Mr.' Robert R. Kmery : t reasurer. . M cese W Fred D. Weld: steward. Ie DeWitt : assistant steward. Charles Perkins; lady Mrs. Charles Bracket I Yea w : 'ores, Mrs. J-li ieii !.-s C AVflriur asist;Uit steward. ; gatekeeper. Dana iscar Whitney ; I lopkins : Pomona. 1-uciiie Howe. Following the installation, the men of the ("range, served a ban pie; to the ladies with the following menu ; Grapefruit, to mato bis.ue. escallopetl oysters, rolls, cab bage salad, cake and coffee. BONUS SYSTEM FOR CLERKS ADOPTED (oiulnnw. Pearson & Hunt Adopt Plan Affecting All Clerks Supper and . i t j - I .mures lasi r.vriiins. -1 Montis system which will clerks in all dcpsitinents cif nffec t ihe the st ore- has been nut into effect bv (ii)!ti'nv. Pearson & Hani, the a nnoiuicemeirt )r-in; made following; a '.ippcr served by Hall x Farwell i:i the st.,re last evening. The new system, which takes effect as of .Ian. 1. was explained in detail by .1. ii. Pattee of the lryroods F.eouoinist. wiio also spoke on Improved Sales Methods and Better Salesmanship. The supper menu consisted of chicken a la king, mashed potat i. (dives, pickles, peach shortcake with whipped cream, am. offee. , - THOS. WELCOME IN SHERIFF'S CUSTODY Surrendered by Bondsmen Because of Decision of Supreme Court in (ttiilford Assault Case. Thomas Welcome of (Juiiford against whom a Windham county court jury re turned a verdict of .S'J.OIMI in an action brought by Mrs. Anna Niebyski of (Inil foid alleging a willful and malicious act against her. was in custody Wednesday of Sheriff Frank L. Wellman. The sheriff went to t'reentield alter Welcome at the iciniest of the latter's bondsmen. The defendant was taken to ; New fane that afternoon to remain until the udgatent, which was confirmed by the supreme court, is satislied. Th" Italian Syndicate of I tail road Workers threatens a genera, strike as a protest against th.- law instituting penalties for railroad men who abandon work in groups without the consent of the state. Masonic Temple Thursday, .Tan. L'G. ".HO p. m. Brattle boro Lodge. No. '101!, l and A. M. j Stated communication. Work: M. M. degree. Friday, Jan. 'J7. T.'IO p. m. Fort Hum mer Chapter. No. 12, Jt. A. M. Work: IJ. A. degree. 1 dd Fellows Temple Thursday. .Ian. '20. 7..'!0 p. m. Regular meeting of Canton J'alestine. No. Mat ters of importance are to be discussed. Every Chevalier is requested to be pres ent. Thursday. Jan. l!i. T.MO p. in. Keg.ilar nnH'ting of Jadies Auxiliary. Hall & Farwell ;OOI) PLACE TO EAT F riday 35c Supper Special Steamed Clams Drawn Butter THEATRE OPENS ISAM Princess- on Elliot Street Completely Dene Over Since Fire NEW SEATS, DROP CURTAINS, DRAPERIES Business Suspended 31 ore Than Four Weeks Because of Heavy Fire Damage in Miner Building Mary Pickford in Opening Attraction. After being closed more than four weeks for repairs made necessary by a fire which caused c'amage of about 87.-', 'iiicr buiidiiis in which it -is located, the i'riiieess moving picture the atre on Elliot street opened again for business this iifternoon with Mary Pick- ford 121 Ihroiigh the Hack Door and Tony vu g s ijove lt.v comedy. Tin; i- U'Sl Den- tlsf. A new" steel ceiling and tin- interior ul' the has been put in theatre has been entirely re-nmsijed. new fixtures a.nd new furnishings have been installed and as "eon ab lating the fans are received a new venti system will be put in. li also was necessary lo liny a new- put no. The sj,e in pam ling dcr. There walls and ceiling are finished of light with pearl while br are nin- wall lights with old rose sinides and 1H overhead semi-in.li- i ect li; Ada ;n hts wilh translucent ball howls in design. There are three electric I'ans on either ide wall. The casings and ''." new seats are in mahogany linish. i rk carpeting has been laid in the aisles, on the stair- and on the space bai of the sents. Solid In ass stair rods are used on the stairs. I'IM. di aperies ace hung at the stage eu, rames, a rose cur tain is hung between th" audience loo'il and the-orchestra pit. The drop curtain also Iu's been done over in rose. Twenty lour i-dihv 'lisidav frames a hunt- V liv- i r. ;,..i,.... , i .-' - inn-.- u.,i,i-ii aunicmc oil ;i liackgioimd of old rose htnlap. As sMtii as the weather moderates suffi ciently to allow the work to be done the theatre front will be re-dec. . rat ed. The ventilating system to be installed will consist of two of the heM moib t ex haust fans, which will change the air '! tn tiling in as Th. cait. Ul S JC oatre every lo minutes. Kvery iu readiness for these to be lull ooii as they arrive. theatre is owned by the Black c-ir-Mis. I". C. Farrington, who contiu ; manager, said todav that the same pict ore broked cr fit i n WOllld previous be shown to the lire. is liail Ik-imi with oilo ex- TO CANVASS FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE amnuuiity Service Membership Cani ?aien Already Or : f.ic'uslries I-'ioin 2.000 to :l.OOO Hoped For. J he anumimtv "irvice lnembershin camini ign week in lishments to-house meeting winch las !w-en started this; various local industrial estal will be concluded with a house canvass, it was decided at f the directors of the organi.f- tion yesterday aft rnoon. To ace -until ish the work as oui-kly ind thoioughh a.s jxissible each director will bec.ure sihle for one section of the town, - resfion-'iei-ting as many assistants as he wishes t assist ; of the directors hi making tiie canvass. There will be a meeting and their canvassers ill th board of trade rooms Friday evening and the actual work of solicitation will be doi.e Satur- day. Mitniay ami . ionitny. Membership work already cl:ne indi cates that the public in general is famil iar with the aims of Community Service mid ready to ive iv'snpport. and ii is hoped to secure between Ll.Ul K t a i.d .'l.d'lil actual members by Monday night. TRAVELS WITH BROKEN NECK. iltij'irrd Syracuse I"HtlaU Player Taken New York Hospital. SVPAtTSi:. N. v.. .Inn. J;. Harrv Herbert. Syracuse university fi.otball player, whose neck was broken in the game with Colgate' last fall and who since then has been at a hospital here in a plaster cast, whs taken to New York yesterday to enter Mt. Sinai hospital for further t reiHii.' of . Herbert Mas'iifted to a berth m New York Central train through one of the car windows. Harry Herbert arrivcii in New York yesterday afternoon. An ambulance met. 'he train and took him dir-ct to Mt. "sinai hopi'tiil. Jle was so cheerful over he prospect of recovering suic'.en! ly to resume his studies that he did nut icem exhausted by thc.long trip. - . Centre Congregational Church Thursday. ,Tan. l!i. L'.r.O p. m. The Woman's association will meet in the chapel. There will be sewing -from 2.'U to. :',.:'A ;i"he missionary meeting will then be; held. Friday. .Ian. i'7. (.".O p. m. t'hiircli night .meet jng with study of Mark .1.1. t St, JVIichael's Church ' , (Episcopal) : Friday. .Ian. 27, at .'M) p. m. I'vu-. ning Prayer. Saturday. Jan. "S, at M p. m. The Carry-On Club will' hold a food sale in the parish house. Red Mens Hall - Thursday, Jan. 20. S p. ui. Regular meeting of Pocahontas council. No. 4. I. of P. A good atendaiieto is desired. Friday, Jan. 27. S p. m. Regular meeting of (Jiiotitkticut tribe, No. 2. 1. (. R. M. Chiefs degree. Sunday. Jan. 2!.' N p. m. All the 4Wik'-4ittl T1" " tournament of" kli-'i'U-'U. AiiiUiAwk saww-'afttKrAlDaAjr cafe. . Jjance every Saturday night.