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THE BKATTLEBOHO DAILY. REFORMER, SATURI)AYv JANUARY 28, 1922."
f3 LATCHIS THEATRE Today Presents THE IRVIN WILLAT SPECIAL PRODUCTION "Down Home 99 A rural drama adapt ed from the book "Dak neyTodd." Down Home the skies are bluer. Down Home the girls are truer, Down Home our woes seem fewer. Ain't it o? Down Home the laugh rings clearer, Down Home our friends are dearer, And Heaven, somehow, seems nearer; Better go. EXTRA Sport Review AND TWO-REEL WESTERN Monday and Tuesday Presents ATT'Y-GEN. CAUTIONS VERMONT SHERIFFS Do or Not Arrest on Suspicion Alone Search .Alan's Home With out Warrant. IlLIXCTON. Jan. 2S. A good (lcUgatiou of sheriffs and deputy attended tlie hilt annual opening session of nieetiug of the Ver- assoeiaiion here Thurs morst Sheriff. l:iy evening. ,. .The speakers of the evening were At torney General Frank C Archibald of Manehester. who, it was stated at the meeting, will be a candidate for re-elee-tton: f. H. Adams, state's attorney for Washington county ; Allen Martin, for I'CT state's attorney for Chittenden comity : James 15. Kstee of Montpelier, - i . ...... K wim is one i .ine , lorjucuiiimij vauui-i jrs Jrutiha late ior siaie iieasunr; mm -. -- , f. -i4Wv tJrigns of the state automobile depart- " " 1M,,,t 1 Jlrs. U. I. rununings, ihnl.l was the H. i '"it'h better. lirst speaker. His subject was Duties :id Ant lim it v oT Sheriffs and Other Peace Officers, lielati'ne to Federal Pro liihition Laws. The attorney general said that he did not intend to express j his opinion of the state enforcement law. It is on the statute books, he said. ; did not believe, with some the present prohibitory law of the enormous amount of is sweeping lue country. people, that is the cause crime which He did not think that there is more luiuor consumed in the i-tate today than there was before prohibition came into effect, us some would have us believe. Much crime was due, in former years, to the undue use of intoxicating liquor. In only two of Hi instances of homicide which have oc curred during his term of office, the at torney general said, has "there been Honor concerned. If there could never lie another drop of liquor used except for medicinal pur poses, and that reasonably, then there would lie considerably less crime in Ver mont. Mr. Archibald thought. If the nresent state prohibitory law -could be enforced completely, he said, it would be a very good thing for Vermont TOWNSMEN!). VERMONT NEWS. The Late Koyal Austin. The funeral of Koyal Melvin Austin, So, who died Jan. 13, at the home of his daughter, Mr. Fred S. Kimball at On tario, t al., was held at the llaptistj church, of which he was the oldest mem-, her, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.1 The pastor, Kev. W. Nobbs, officiated. A duet. Face to Face Shall We Behold Him. v.-as suns: bv Miss Eunice Heath and Mrs. G. A. Ijwsnn. The three veterans! present, members of P.irchard post, G. A.J rpj j;., ot wincn .Mr. ausiin w "'. n tK tlie imr.ressive nra.nu Twins, a bov and a girl, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hill of Mount Holly ,lau. .10. They are the parents of twins bom two years ago, also a boy and a girl. A cat belonging to Miss Marie M. Jar vis of Isle La Motte drove a mink of fine quality fur onto the piazza one day this week, which was captured by the Jarvis family after much pursuing. HONDVILLK. Underwood is visiting at who has been Wednesday niorn- been housed the Robert 'Lackey left ing for Brattleboro. IS. t Williams has past week by illness. W. P. Styles was home from his work in Guilford over Sunday. and officers should do their duty and il7B".,raV "' MB'Hi help enforce it. whether they aoprove of ported at tied W ilder s. it or c.ndcniu it. I A. A. Williams, with a party of men. Mr. Archibald stated, however, that tilled several ice houses last week. provision he iid nor believe it a wise that a man could be arrested upon sus picion, without definite facts to back up ili.ii suspicion. He did not believe that any suite or federal law should provide, for the entrance of a man's home, with-l out a warrant. f r the purpose of search and seizure. He questioned very seri ously whether it was best to have a law I nil. wing officers to top a man on the highway and search his vehicle, merely oil suspicion. I When the federal government polices the border line so that no liquor i- i fought into this country, they will have a great host on the border." the attor- , ney general declared. Put. although questioning whether a ! man siioulil tie sutijecr to arrest wiinoiu a warrant. Mr. Archibald declared whatever an officer's views in the. mat ter, he was bound to assist in enforcing the law. exercising, of course, reasonable iliscietien. Xo one wants the return of the open saloon, the attorney general said. He Army in Townsheud rpHiSCSLLA. j $01 Hnpported by Herbert Bawtinson In Stuart J'atan'n Tremendous North Woods Thrill. l'refcr ntrd by CARI, LAtMMI.K , r From the famous llej Iio6k Sturv hv riur. eace Badiagton Ket-" BEE The Great Dam Ei ploelon that turns the course of &n Oregon river. Cf Boys' suits, coats mackinaws, sweaters and odd pants 20 off get what the boy needs now. r t'ftk LA ILP.Wellman Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster System Mrs. II. R. IUmisoii served the dinner Wednesday for the La ides' Aid society. Eva Elloueu has linished work at Leo Slade's and has returned to her home. John Seson was one of the lucky hunt - ers and .secured a tine fox the first of the week. i Mrs. L. Chamberlain of Townsheud has been vistiug several days at the home of her parents, C. I. Iteebe. Irs. Flora Purbank was in (Jrcenfiehl, Mass.. last Friday and Saturday, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lyons. Several from the village attended the funeral of tieorge (Jale, which was held at their home Wednesday, Jan. IS. Martha Kllonen recently spent a few John Lackey's from her work in i Townsheud. She has now gone to Ilrat- tleboro, where she has work. ' There was no school at the village . Monday and Tuesday. The teacher. Mrs. Mourey, was "unable to return, due to the ' wind and snowstorm of Sunday." II. (). Coleman went last week to the j Melrose hospital at West Prattlelxuo to receive treatment tor lus leet. I. Made is taking charge of the farm duties during Mr. Coleman's absence. conducted service. Mr. Austin was born April 2'), ISHi, a son of Arnold and Mar tha iMorsel Austin. His parents lived on the iarm in the north part of the town recently vacated bv Xewmaji .leni son. He married. Jan. 1, 1-. I'anuie C. McClure, who died Sept. 1, 1ST3. three children were born, two daughters and one son, Harry, w ho died iniufancy; Edna wife of K. T. Eddv. who died Sept. 12, 1877; and Jennie, wife of V. S. Kimball oX Ontario. Cal. One brother also sur vives, Henrv Austin of Chester, and one sister, Agtista. w idow of Ashley W iswell of Xorthatnpton, Mass. There are also seven grand children and H great-grandchildren. Mr. Austin enlisted Aug. I5?. 1SC2, as a volunteer in Company I. 4th Vermont Volunteers. lie was mustered in ept :i0, l-2. He received liis 10. 180o. . It was during that his infant son died. Mr. Austin was an active, vigorous niani to the end. At a memorial service held: in this village just before his departure! for California, when he was in his !)0ih! year, he refused the aid of a carriage in j aoin-r with the veterans to the cemetery. but marched the entire distance in step with the procession. lie made the trip to California alone, it being the second time he had taken the lon'T iournev. He recently suffered a tut 'tan number of pleasure cars registered office of the secretary of state to '.Jan. 24 was .K,jt; and of commercial cars. tK."i. perators licenses have been issued i to K.ntMl and chauffeurs' licenses to U.S'20. 'The amount collected in "fees was $1S4.- 1.C.1T. Mrs. Julia Peck of Hutland was found at her home Thursday in au iiiuonscious condition. The rooms were full of coal aas. which, it develoned. came from a stove in which the dauijiers were not prop- jt etiy adjusted. Her 'condition was said to 1 1 Today PRINCESS 4r -tif SL- if be serious. A large autographed photograph of CJen. John J. Pershing has been received by Montpelier post. American legion, anil will be framed ami hung in the Legion rooms. The post has an .autographed photograph of President Harding. Hoth pictures were secured by . requests made discharce June! by Adjutant Michael J. Cohan of the his war service' lost. who expects to add to the post's col i lection. Curtis E. Iirassaw of Xew Hampshire, 22. walked into the Rutland police station Thursday and asked to be arrested and locked up until he could find work. He said he had been jobless for weeks and could find no way of earning any money, lie was accommodated temporarily and was given lodging ami also food." The court will determine what disposition will be made of his case. THEATRE WILLIAM RUSSELL l- IN- Desert Blossoms" Story, of a young civil engineer who is down but not out. "Singer Midget Scandal" A Sunshine Comedy, featuring the world famous midgets. Last Chapter of "Vanishing Trails" Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 17c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 25c Mrs. Arlene Perkins Warren Pianist Monday and Tuesday The Most Amazing Picture of the Screen i . . . . I u,M s ;n , j . 4 . 4 miirh rrnm en Tyrone. 111 iiii- imii ti 'he sustained a shock tiom wincn ne I i atrich m. rowiey, tor many years did not recover. . i;1 resident of ebsterville, was overcome Those from out of town who came for by fumes from the engine of his automo the funeral were a brother, Henry Austin bile in his garage in IJiddeford, Me.. and sons. Walter and Ceorge. of Chester,! where he was working 'on his car last a (.'landsou, Clarajiee Kimball of 1 trad- Tueslay, and death resulted at once. Ie-1 ford. ( onn.. .Mrs. taiuuo l eiKins i jurr j;oiiig to juiierori .ir. i rowjey was White Uivr Junction ii THE of Mrs. tJiiU-e ltemis nnil sons of Athers. I he bearers w ere Walter Austin of Chester. Clarence Kim ball. Kaymond and Cuy Hemis. in the quarry business in Websterville for several years and also conducted a livery stable and general store there. Fred C. (Jilson of St. old the Pleasc-l' theatre 'Joseph LeClair of Keene. session will be given Feb. Johnsbury has ' in that town to X. H.. and pos- 1. Mr. (lilson Arthur W. Manning of Uutland. who was arrested a few days ag. on the charge of arson in connection with the burning of a barn ami 10 tons of hay in Clarendan, was released on the ars.ui charge, after a hearing liefore City Judge L. F. Wing, but was immediately rear rested on a complaint by State's Attorney Charles E. Novak, alleging perjury. The .state will attempt to prove that Manning lied on the witness stand at a secret in quest concerning the fire. He is in jail in default of .S."iK) bail. v-eoling of the'l)i a- Cuihl will be held Wednesday. Feb. 1. at the congrega tional vc-lrv. Dinner will be served at roon by the hostess. Mrs. V.. H. Allbee. Mrs. P. H. Holland and Mrs F. T. Hand all. The Community club nlav. In Plum ValU v. i.resented Wednesday evening was well attended by a fullv satisfied and- TI . . 4 I... ..!...- ,,-. tV'lll .'- teliee. I lie inv 'i i in- , . lied out and the main humorous scenes, . kept th jimlience in lan ;hter. 'I he new About members of the Pane jwist electric liuhts were u-ed for the brst time Jin, t.no (,f tj1(. American Legion Wed ties wit h satisfactory effect. One new scene ,av ijjMT turned out for a farewell to recently bought bv the Community club Max C. Fisher, a former jnist c-omtnander, was used during the play, an attract ivo) wm ,,ft Thursday for Cambridge, Mass outdoor setting. A dam chowder siipoer lnort u. Maekie. post commander, pre was served-in the dnnng ball atter the s.nt(l,j jj Kis.hr with a silver mounted entertainment io anoui !. " cigarette case and Mr. Fisher lc tor a uauci- iif gHEI WITH will remain with the new proprietor for the present. As to his ultimate plans he is -undecided. With Mrs. t.ilson he has' made a success of the motion picture busi- ness and the patronage of the theatre has steadily grown in his three and a half years of management. rhistra tnrnisneu luusic i" i jto wm take a nev post wniyii a nugv nu"i'i .... pnnian j.ne insurance " ' '" which he had been Seminary Notes.,.. WHcht has formed a new set of! wbiel' went into effect Monjav will aid in solving some of tlie government in me asenu.u respondel. with the Metro romnanv. with sociatcd in Ilarre. "" you want to remember a birthday, call at Elbert Simons'.The ShopUnique, for a gi ft of uncommon quality. Mr. rules, Thev oroblem hall. A game of ball was played Monday eve- b the rst and second seminaiy ot n i n : team-. The first .tea m nor. tlie score slanUiri favor. V was sin e 7S t 1 ill wir. t heir liev. Fred W. Clayton," who recently resigned as curate at St. Paul's Episcopal church in P.urlingtou, haves Feb. 1:5 f"r Easton. Md.. to join P.ish..p Cerge,. Itavenport. a former rector of St. . Paul's. He will be assigned a parish inj'.ishop Davenport's dioci'se. HIHTIIS. In tJieenfiehl. Mass.. Jan. 23. a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pierce. In Jacksonville. Jan. J!, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pratt. !: In 'phatn, DEATHS. Drattlcboro, Jan. '27. Mrs. Ella V of Hinsdale. X. II. AGNES AYRES AND RUDOLPH VALENTINO A flaming romance of desert love. Flinging away the trappings of civilization. Leaving the "lady" only a wom an, the "gentleman" only a man. The tale of a lawless Arab Chief who loved an Eng lish beauty and took her. Stormed her caravan car ried her off to his tent lost her fought for her mas tered her won her, heart and soul. - A romartce all colored with, barbaric splendor. Swift and free as a galloping Bedouin. Racing through scenes that thrill with their beauty and daring. THE BOOK IS THE YEAR'S SENSATION. . YOU'LL NEVER FORGET THE PICTURE Prom the Novel by Edith M. Hull Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 39c ALL HINDS OF Cemetery Work The Grant Granite Co. N. 2l-2fi So. Main St. Ilrattleboro,' Vt. aint am THE NEW M 43 Elliot St. WAGNl Sale Come and visit the new paint and wall paper store, where you will find a full line of new 1922 wall papers and a complete line of paints of all kinds. ItVa HUE Starring PRISCILLA DEAN IN Stuart Faton's Stupendous Sensation of the Great North Woods Ftom the famous red blood story by Clarence Buding ton Kelland. Wall Paper House Paint Floor Paint Auto Paint Roof Paint Bath Tub Enamel Valspar Varnish Pratt & Lambert Varnishes A Full Line of Paint Brushes Steel Wool Paoer Store I I i a 1 m 1 1 5 Discount On Regular Stock Discontinued Line at Half Price Odd Lots at a Great Sacrifice ODD LOTS SOME OF THE THINGS WE CARRY Window and Plate Glass Atlantic Lead Pure Shellac Flat Wall Paints High Grade Enamels Paint Remover Butchers Wax Old English Wax Putty Sandpaper AND MANY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Window Shades Bring your broken windows to us and we will set new glass. Furniture refinished and all kinds of sign writing done. In fact, we intend to carry most everything and do most everything in the paint and wall paper line. All Kinds of Paint'Mixed to Your Order WE ALSO DO ALL KINDS OF PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING We've lost our steps and front entrant, but the little side door is always open Children's Shoes, sizes 10 and under, $1.00 Misses' Shoes, sizes 11 to 2. . . 1.50 11 sanies 5noes, sizes zy 10 - iMen's Light and Heavy Shoes, $2.50 Men's Goodyear Welt Light and Heavy Shoes $3.50 S Boys' Shoes $2.49 H Youths' Shoe $2.29 ! Little Gents' Shoes $1.9S ! - j Felt Bedroom Slippers, men's and j women's . . . . .'. 98 ri Felt Bedroom Slippers, children's, . HE AV.Y RUBBERS Men's 1-Buckle Rubbers ... . $2.49 iMen's 2-Buckle Rubbers .... $2.79 Boys' 2-Buckle Rubbers .... $2.25 Youths' 2-Buckle Rubbers ... $1.98 Men's Leather Top Rubbers, $2.9S Boys' 2-Buckle Overshoes... $2.49 Youths' 2-Buckle Overshoes, $2.19 Misses' 2-Buckle Overshoes, $2.19 Children's 2-Buckle Overshoes, V:-;r- $1.98 Men's 6-BiickIe U. S. Rubber Over shoes ................... $2.98 WALTER F. SPEAR v This Big Cut WiU Continue Until My Stock Is Well Reduced. The Cut Price On Repairing Will Continue During the Month of February . - Phone 276-M 34 Elliot Street , a a a t t rii