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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, MONDAY, JANUARY' 30, 1922.
LIEUT., OV. FOOTE ,: f. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL ten cent bread VERMONT vACAPEMV . PLANS CARNIVAL i TTVT r,T.AT?F,TOMT j 1 All VAiiltlUiUVil I . Tlw, i rt (V r F flirt T!i'QttlohAlrt ' Will itmrraiil Cii'.rVrnor llarfnrvi. Wlio " I-t .l IW II.-l ft a 'ml-- Sullivan Maihillfry Co. Op.ns KUM on IT..nuf5 I.fal I oim-to li m " VVloMfni ljomi.,,1 Slur,to I.. IVb. SB. Xli.,vasi ,,;.. Cto( , ,,, in!T s,ll .1 Sibils - Intmhfe OwtiCi f, attend the- crnn.nt sk, jiit.ifs 1 J; I1 .S'1 1 ' ' ' 'at the hi-h price of commodities when lively little institution that nestle-, t. st lu re Saturday of this week, but the, u r lai V4, '".S1., J,l'fr 11-,' " t posted noti. es in the shop that bread, anion the Miowclud hills of the. Green governor will he ..flicially represented at.;'" ', .! 'L Y0' tip"r .,:! 22 ounces to the loaf, would l-e sold at. mountains, .takes jneat pride in the the formal opeiuuR of the jump by Lici t. h was , (Cl. r il '6 v Jr-J li -aX 'L'af ' the company, Monday, -tact that on her campus was .born the Gov. Abrani W. Tonte of Cornwall. 1 he1 tri-ii Hospital. .Uis ut u i is .o M'(JaM ;; . ,;,un -0f the winter carnival, co tablbhmeut of a ski jump here on thuj 'a- ' .. ' :T, , ' - , .,' .. , '-One baker claimed it was not a snuare.rar as New Knglnnd academic insti- m ale contemplated is reparded by Gov- . he L. Ilall class of. the l.aptM I fl6a, the br d to b(, 8ld(l havin- been'tutions are concerned, and since the ... r ...I. : ...r....... Kll,1i fitful! I'll HW'ftl 11 b:.W'Ill lkll 11111' ' i if .... i I 1, ....... . . 1 . mtf iiimii ti hlliu inor liartne.ss as oi muru mpoi uiu tj - , V- V .!".' j,ureiiase'i irom out oi lowu ju-opie ana .icaiu-iuji uuuoi iut wl...i..i i...... T.M-re., .. suimmt .-ai nr. , in. . Wils u, lie Mf;i at the wholesale price of -have been a toot whereby sue expect home oi . Mrs. A. K. Slebluns ot 9 ' ioad iu c laremont within a comparatively sliort time to Maple street. I wentv-eiht were pre ) . lt.n.iailts , laimed that thev could not take her rightful place anion;,' the aea- sent. It .wat tlie i irtiuiay anniversary. ,,,. . ,ui, ,v, k..h;- v1..i,inrv iImh-c institut iohh of New Knu ami in iinoortancej moie a- a taie attraction. The entry of A.l"p!s (Js-ii of I'ortland. Me., was received this liioriiin. He was i'or live vears champion of Canada and lotently won the ski jumping contest at the White Mountains carnival. The tel-' ei-am from the manager of the hotel at .North Conway in which the entry wasj M!if ail: "YaUh him." Carl Handall of North Conway will come with Olseni a . a spectator. - - j (ls :i is the man who taught Paulson how to somersault on skis, ami Paulson 1 tausht Carleton and Howler of Dart-) month. All four of these men will be here! Saturday, making a lame percentage of the few men in the world who are able to pei form that stunt. (in account of the fact that the Dart- ' month :Jii team will not arrive until the. L'.." train and will need a little time in; which to dress for the jump it has been decided to postpone the opening from U.-J ."') to o'clock. The program will start prompt i.v at V. , j It is very much desired that a large' number of men and boys voluuteer to, help shovel snow on to the course. It v.iil be necessary to cover .".(Ml feet of, the course to a depth of two feet. Men and boys with baskets and shovels arej wanted at once, the sooner the bettor.' The contractor. I. AN'. Ovcrocker. and was ca.v and he not at Vermont icomi.ete vi Co.. and exist, for the Sullivan Co., was the matter or winter spoils, selliag to the employes at -whole.a4e, Daitmottth college was really the brst prices1 ' just what the merchant was New Kngland . college to go in tor wm oblieed to pav and to then add overhead ter sports on a laijre scale, ami since that expenses to that and the necessary pro-'day many institutions have followed the lit to do business would bring the com-'lend of the li'ej. Green. Hut Dartmouth PITT AT AinCiT II A T P1'-octttv to a considerable higher price borrow eel the idea trom crmoni ucau VUl ALlHUOl IliVljr rtjian !)0 Suljjvau UOf sofj it for Umy, when one of the academy's pro- The Sullivan Machinery company's of- lessors went to Dartmouth to enter a I'ricesf licials stated that they were selling; bigger held of endeavor. It vva -that )ro I ....... ci,i, j imiuinns flour fcsMir who was rcallv the lather of m- wood, groceries, canned goods and onei temdlegiate winter sport- i shoes to assist their emuloves to ob- the idea from his service YORK, -Tan. '. Outstanding tain the necessaries of lite at a reason- a -ademy. in an analysis of retail cloth- ftbe urice. as some of the prices charged A tew years ago Vermont academy was ing prices issued yesterday by the Xa-,l,.callv were considered high and thoioscd. Last summer it was reorganized t'tonal lU'tail Dry Goods association are i.kint was on very short schedule of! and in September. 1021. it as reopened, that there was a drop of 42 per ce?it im hours )ier week. ' Steadily and swiftly the school is tor- priees of all kinds by November, 1921, asj They sold ivitatoes at !jd.:V per bushel; in. ahead, and now f annonpees its m c. nipared with March. 1020, when prices . lt.n tho local price was from S1.7. toitentiou of again taking the load in win reached the peak. In" men clothes,!. yUmr was sold at SI .08 when the 'ter sports among New Kn eland institu-Fii-ts that "ost sl5in duly, 10H, and .7 J ,,ea! price was sl.4.". They saved their Itions of its kind. ermont academy in Mulv. I".ro, came aown to s.J. Ov -p-, onio oves much on wood and e-rocei ies H- oiio.-t s to o;? among iw Vdnber, 1021. In women's clothes, a and were coiitt'molating the sale of milk i schools what Dartmouth is among suit lliut eost Sit; ill .liilv- 111 1 it. KU.-i w.. I... : ' .w.il.l U .iiiwl K-,1..,.- Hi ' colleges. oil in Julv. 1020. and $22 iu November. ! eents i er ouart when the local mice is! It will revive winter sports and en - from 12 to 1.1 cents nor .mart. largo upon former program in this iieui. The merchants claim that to secure '1 o this end it is proposed to hold a the same grade of tlour-th-'t the Sullivan I small winter, carnival this year, though 1,1 fl ! the event will Im' almost nothing coin ed one of the members and fhe presented a birthday cake with dies. ........... RETAIL CLOTHING Heavy Declines Since Teak of in l'2) Weekly learnings Tar Above 191 1. XKW statement the Vermont academy in' the matter'of- win ter sports, in which field the school lays just claim to leadership 'among "the schools and colleges of .New England. - - DEATHS. - In " Drattleboro' (Memorial hospital), Jan. 2!. Miss Mary .1. Wheeler. 3. Jn Drattleboro, Jan. 211. Phyllis. 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Trahan. In .Drattleboro, Jan. T.O, Edward J., ?,- months, sr.n of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gannon. ' In Putney, Jan. Prank II. Clarke, f.l. ' ' In Putney. Jan. 2, Lawrence Drooks, 1 1. Li Eoiidonderry. Jan. Jt Clifford L. Davis, V, 1. " -' i . ' i i ' AV1 A. mm 1 " li' BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL .7. P. Estov was an over-Sunday vis itor in lioston. ' ' Dr. 15. Hunter wa: called SaUir.lay to Ilion. N. .. by the critical illness with pneumonia of his brother. Dr. II. J. Hunter. County Agent; Jl. .Wilton Harvey went this moriuug to Doston to nuai- meeting of the New Producers" association. attend the an Ensland Milk Carroll Harris of AVest Draft lelxiro, j who. is employed at the W. F. 'liichard- j w)ii nie.'it market, with an infection Miss Florence Klbert S. Hewitt went last P.ellows Falls, leaving today for Mid-1 dlebyry. to attend, a coufercuee ofj state and county officers of the Vor-j to- is conrined to ins Home i in the right hand. 1 1 We s ami A is. I i mfcnt Sunday S-hool ' association day and "tomorrow. Miss Wells will conduct- a young people w conferemi.v and a missionary conference. The Mary association of the United States, composed of girls and .women whose names' are Mary, is preparing to! I. 1 . . C -. T send a leuer oi greet ing t o i rineess Mary, congratulating her on her coming marriage. Another Tune. Wifey "I know where I can get a lovely gown for a song." Hubby "That will be fine, providing I don't have to furnish the notes." More earthquakes occur in Italy and Japan than in all other countries com- 1 Mie.JL. -. ; . '. 1 ! Today and Tomorrov ; i)on't Miss i 99 66 Conflict the foreman will be at volunteers what to do. the Jump to tell SKIRTS 7 INCHES 1021. Since then retail dry goods prices i have remained about stationary. The! pred'efion is offered that future price' variations will be slight and will lie do-' termined wholly by price changes in thej wholesale (iel.N. ' j Coincidentallc with this review, a sur-J vcy of wages, hours and eniplovnient in j American industry since 1014, issued by i the National l?idustrial Ccmfercnce board i 1 1,. l -rjiiiiuk i ABOVE STREET LEVEL' Irs, " imw Timt ii" C ia- 'hourly earnings were 114 per cent aboe. July. 1!H. and that the average weekly earnings were S."i per cent above, l'rom J June. 102o, tu Julv. l!2i. total emido - Tont tell oil hy M, per cent. A sliarp te cline in hourly wages began in January. It'-M . The hih level of weekly earli'eg; re-mai-ied about the same through Septem ber, 1020. a -Ihdil decrease in Ootober being followed by much larger cuts iu November and D -comber. In the indus trial depression the hours of skilled wage careers : eeiiied to be mo-t severely af fected. At the end of June. 1021", the au vauo real we-klv earnings was 14.." per cent hiLher than in June. 1014. landed in their store they did not buy I v through jobbers.,' at bast $1."M. as the carload but MAY POSTPONE K GENOA CONFERENCE Commissioner Peart Iiiys Down Law for Salvation Army Lassies Will Help Morals. CHICAGO, ill., Jan. .".). The skirts of Salvation Army las-ies must not lc more than seven inches above thej street level, according to an order is-; sued lierc today by Commissioner Wil-' Iieui Peart, leader of the organization in 1.1 midwest states. j " A few vears ago we were trvin? to persuade our women to wear them shorter," n'vl Commissiocor Peart nil commenting upon the order. "The skirt that trails in the dirt gathering; germs is a menace to its wearer 's j health; but the skirt that liaps around ( the knees is jretty much of a menace, to the modesty of the woman whoj wears it. The skirt, is about t.e only i thing which doesn't appear to be com-j ing down these days and a back to normalcy drive on the too short, dress will do a lot to protect the morals of the rising generation." ( oiiHiiissioner f'eart stated that the! order would affect - every Salvation Army member in 77 countries and colo nies where the organization operates with 1 ho pos-dlde exception of China Japan where most ot the women trou-crs. at ADIES WAIST MAKERS STRIKE Meeting on Near East Questions Paris May Conflict with Dates. Originally Set. LONDON. Jan. .". The Italian gov ernment, which has the arrangements fi r the Genoa conference in hand, con siders that a slight postponement of the conference maj be necessary, says :iu Exchange Telegraph despatch from Hone today. 'I'll is belief, it is indicated, arises iiM.ii the postponement of the conference at Paiis on Near Eastern questions be tween Tlritish. French and Italian for e!n ministers, originally fixed for Feb. 1. Thousand fiiils Ordered Out Today Union Leaders Say lO.OWi Will Quit. Ivcnine Will Attem) LONDON. Jan. . "tl Nieolai Lenino. Viis;u Sovjot premier, has telegraphed the Italian foreign office that he will at tend the Genoa .onference. says a Cen tra! Nous despatch from Uome today. pared to what is planned for the tuture. This preliminary carnival will be held next Saturday, Feb. 4, and will take the form of an interelass competition. Here after it is planned to mak1 the affair an intersehoiast ie contest. liver since the Christina- holidays the students have been busy preparing for the carnival. Skis and sitowshoes are lieing provided by the school for those studtnls who have none u their own at pn-ti:t. Paces of all kite's. lth ice and -now. have been anan - ' for both I -ys and girls, and committees have 1 eon appointed l y each class to co-ordinate their respective faces. Kntries leue been made and the li-ts aroclosed. The program will require the entire day. durio. which refreshment w ill be served in the Phrarv for loth contestant- and s cet nf or. Award v. iil be made I'ov tin-1 !irt three i daces in each - 'et. wih a grand prize for the class winning the meet. plans for future year are already lie !g cairied out. A toltouga n slide will ! 1 oUt nevt summer from the too of the tin wd i il and w car WANTED IN VLIIMONT. NEW YORK, Jan. "50. Six thousand women and girls employed in shops hi the lower Fifth avenue district were or dered on strike tndav by the ladies' wa'rsl and dressmakers' uni-.n as a protest i against a proposed per con. wage re 'duotion. Tomorrow and Wednesday. I.union leaders said, the remainder of the j-KVW workers ; affected hy the rcdueti-m , Sivtijeii to !h- !ck;os ntod STOCKHOLM. Jan. "D The Swedish gov, i :ii;ient has accepted the invitation of the Italian government to send repre sentative.1: to the Cenoa conference. It 5 11 leadito- down across Fuller field, site for the ski jump is now being eted. and n lare hookey rink is now o;o'ss of eon t root ion on Howies nd. the home of the ju-tlv fan'ous -I'M-Mii o-ini n 'at ioti. th - I.owlos Pond aoht club, w le-'o ca-h -.ear the alumni ;,,... f.yr their bi' ' blow-nut . ' ' All in all the future looks br'mht for WEST BRATTLEBORO Two North Adams Men Charged with Stabbing Man in Stamford. NORTH ADAMS. Mass.. Jan. .".0 Fred Tlioman' 'and Albert Thoniason of this city were arrested last night for the Pennington. Yt.. county cifficials as fugi tives. It is alleged that the two men 1 oca me involved in a quarrel with Thomas Lucyznski of Stamford. Yt.. Sunday afternoon and that the latter was stabbed bv oio of the men. He is in the North Adams hospital 'el ioiislv cut. but it is said that his con dition is not dangerous. The men are held without bail for the Pennington officials. prop.'ial would Le or MISSISSIPPI LYNCHING. Mob As- Shools Negio Charged with sault on White Woman. . PONTOTOC, Miss.. Jan. .!. Will Pell. 2(i, a Negro, cliarueil with haviug at-j tacked a youu-r white woman Saturday "ight. was taken from officers yesterday by a number of unidentified men, as h was beimr transferred to Jackson. Miss.,. ;ife keeping, and was shot to death. Miss Vivian Hunter was a guo.t over the week-end of Mi.-s Kathcriue Locke in .Marlboro. Mr. and Mrs. Ilobart Carpenter and her sister. Miss Olive Wheeler, spent yes terday in West Halifax with their mother, 3ln. Mai ion . Wheeler. Todav and Tomorrow Doirt Miss 99 "Conflict DON'T MISS Yt The 1st Grand Mardi Gras To Be Held at FESTIVAL HALL February 1, 2; 3 and 4 Free Dancing 17c Admission 17c ' . s i . .' -is- . '" - . f..r WEST DU.MMERSTON DANS PKOHIDITION JOKES. Not Allow rd : tandin; hi licit li ( iicuit Is Under ; of N'erinont Issue. A o'uty of young people from the P.an tist 'church in Drattleboro will come to West 1 lumniei ston Wednesday evening to r-ssist in the prayer meeting, which 1 -gins at T..".(. There will be special mu sic h the Mrnt t iebor.i people, including solos and duels. An interesting question and answer . oiM-erni ng ant ir prohibit ion propaga nda are published in the column for ques tions and answers in the current num-' I er of The Vermont Issue, an Anti-j Saloon League publication. '1 hey an i as follows: I "',. Can't the Moving Picture h.ujsos be made to Nit op ridiculing the 'Dry' law or at least stop showing bar-room scenes with tizzy lottles for ever before the public "A. We know of no law to pre-' ent moving picture managers or vaudeville actors ridiculing the dry laws. Public sentiment is the only force that will comnel the moving pic ture houses to cut it out. I have just learned that- vhe manag'inent of Keith's vaudeville theatres has isued orders that com nan ies or individuals play ing the Keith circuit mut omit all jokes and take-offs on prohibition. Wo- understand this came alnrnt bv some friends writing the management, .-imply stating their objections and the managers considered if and at St are in t of their itistie-t indicate that married men more trustworthy than single men ie ratio of t! to 1, probably because in. reas.d sense of responsibility. once l-siied instructions others do likewise." above. Let III Of bul re-' Inextinguishable Fire. During the reign of Consfantine the Saracens besieged the city Constantinople for live months, were then obliged to retire. Tbey turned seven ' times during us uiaoj successive years, but were each time repulsed by Cnlliinaclius, who in CSS. invented an Inextinguishable fire by which be destroyed their ships. The Greek or liquid fire was. nmde prin cipally of naphtha or liquid bitumen mixed from green lbs. Water, Instead of extinguishing," quickened this powerful agent of destruction, which nothing but sand, wine or vinegar could check, l or 400 years the Greeks kept the secret .of; its composition, but the Mohammedans at length discovered aial used it. This fire remained, in use until the middle of the Fourteenth century, when It was superseded by gunpowder. - . - 'Y Actor." 'Pa, what's an actorj'' An actor, my boy, is a person who can walk to the side of a stage, peer into the wings at a group of other actors, waiting for their cues, a number of bored stage hand.-, and a lot of theatrical oddst and ends, and exclaim: 'What a lovely view there is from" this window-'.'" Birmingham A.aTIerald. IF YOU WANT TO SEE A REAL TRULY GREAT PICTURE You had better rush down to LATCIIlg THEATRE And Get a Seat Today and Tomorrow The Universal Jewel Super. Production "Conflict" Priscilla Dean's Greatest Triumph Supported by Herbert Rawlinson How long can you hold your breath? Quinn L. Martin of the New York World says: "For ten . breathless minutes we prayed Priscilla Dean would come out of the log jam intact!" Imagine the thrill you'll get- watching "Conflict" r : AT Lutchis Theatre TWO WEEKS FROM TONIGHT The Merkyle-Harder Stock Company WILL OPEN A WEEK'S ENGAGEMENT AT THE AUDITORIUM In the great "Adam New York and Eva" hit, This is not a common reper toire company, but one of the BEST stock companies in the East, playing all Broadway hits. Go the rounds on the mark-downs, but come here before you buy You'll find we've got them all stopped on real values. i H. Pi Wellmari Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster System a ay a a a a ,a ,a la a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Today; and Tomorrow PRINCESS THEATRE The Most Amazing Picture of the Screen THE -iA- -IL. Jut. "jJu- -WITH- AGNES AYRES AND RUDOLPH VALENTINO Half the world is reading the book all the world will see the picture. . A flaming romance of, desert love, trappings of civilization. Leaving the 4 an, the "gentleman" only a man. Fiinging away the lady" only a worn- a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a fil 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 romance 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 . . From the Novel by Edith, M. Hull' International News Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 39c Evening a a fal ;p.f .;(:. M 1 a s 8 ai as ai a a! a; a! ai a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a LATCHIS THEATRE ' ? ' - i -Today and Tomorrow Presents Priscilla Deain IN Stuart Pat on's Stupendous Sensation of the Great North Woods .5 JL Priscilla Dean said: "NEVER AGAIN ! If the . Universal offered me one million dollars to do again what I did in "Go ntlic I. would not do it life is too precious." DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS STUPENDOUS, CRASHING, CRUSH ING PHOTODRAMA. ; Matinee 2.30 . ti : rr 1 o e rivuiuits t anu o.ou FREE SHOW For Children from 5 to 12 years old at 4.15 p. m. Special Music By Mr. Gunzinger at the organ. Special Lightning Effects SSI If