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CLASSIFIED Advts.
Are on Page Six
ALLY T's Column
on Page 7 Today
VOL. 9. NO. 284
BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1922.
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EARLY MAIL EDITION
EARTHQUAKE
iSAY ACCIDENT
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.CONGRESS GETTING ITpinn O Oniip
MARRIED IN MARcl
NEARLY YEAR AGO
E D NT
PREVENTION PAYS
Lunu wuno ttmuui
PROTESTS ON BONUS LH u 0 01 dUnO
s
IT Offl
RECORDED TODAY
Probably 2,500 Miles or
More South of George
town Observatory
NO ATTEMPT MADE
TO LOCATE TROUBLE j
Registering Needles at Georgetown
Thrown Off Scale Harvard I nivcrsity
Machine I'ut Out of Commission by
Severity of Shock.
WASHINGTON, Jan.. 31 An earth
quake cf greatest intensity, probably -.-."i')
to -. 'iOO miles south of Washington,
was registered early today at the George
town scismographical observatory. The
tpiuke ! egan at a?) Hit S.'J"
ii.inuies later tin tremors
iir moiinet'd a; to throw
i a. in. and ten
had become so
the registering
needles
made t
off
the scale. No attempt was
locate (he disturbance.
The ivilil
piake al.-o was re!-;iercu on m
: eh mogra ph of 1 he
lieials of v. h: h d
str'U'".
weather bureau, ot
erilcd il as "i, ion-
Disabled Apparatus
(VVMr.UlDGi:. Mass., .Ian. HI An
cartiiipmke sh'.ck so violent that it pur
the recording apparatus at the Harvard
university seisiuographie stali ii tcmpa
rarily out of commission icurre! tod:'. y.
Its scene was computed roughly at 2.77S
$377,471,622 FOR
VETERANS' BUREAU
House Basses Offices Appropriation
Measure "Limits Shipping
Board Salaries.
WASHINGTON" Jan. SI. The inde
!ietu!"nt oi'ices aiitroiiriaf i n bill. car
rin a total of S t!) l.:5(4.'':'.s. most
w ! i'.-l i is ior use !).v the veteran-.' bu
lean, was passed esterday l 1 lie hou
:t:i
sent to tin- senate, b or the liiirean
the bill fupropiiateil So77.-171.ti22. and
the oniy change in this feature was the
ciimiiifiiion of a provision which would
liuve limited the number of camps at
which training schools might be estab-
ii.Jied to Camp Sherman. 1 .
An .nmendment by Iii
ii-oscntativo
I'lni.-. Democrat. sf Tennessee, direct
ing that not more than six officers or
e.T-p'yyes of the hoard should receive a
salary in enecs of .11.(K.K was adopted,
as was an "amendment by Representative
W;l:-h. Iiepub!i'an. of Massachusetts,
limiting such salaries to $2o,(MM).
Next to coal, peat is the be
fuel.- It burns longer than
gives more .heat.
possible
cod and
Food and Candy Sale
KNIGHTS OF COM MBl S HALE
(One Hight up)
Wednesday, February 1
From to ti p. in.
Conducted by Ave Maria Circle of
Daughters of Isabella
Send $6.00
mail) to the
and receive
on Chicago ami urea
1 Great Reduction
and Injuries.
f'lTCAGO. Jan. .,1. Systematic aec
dent oreventimi it.-t.vs. in dollars wivt'i
and
suffering avoided, say
officials i f
(he
Chicago and Great Western railroail in
making public figures to show reductions
in iieaius aim nnuni's mat t--..
liiiil.
Accidental deaths were cut from '' in
P. CO to ''( iii l'.Cl, according to a state
ment is.-ued by the company and tlie
number of injuries reduced from IUO to
U'.li in this period.
Ten (( the deaths in the lat year re
sulted from automobile-crossing accidents.
'live of those killed were tresassers on
'the right of way and live were employes,
statement adds.
; The company boosted safety work
among the employes by means of daily
j wire bulletins in each division announcing
, the number of day.; since there had been
a reportable accident on the division.
This bulletin was copied and pasted at all
telegraph stations. It was put out to
, train crews whenever these cleared a
train from a station and was mailed to
points in the service not reached by tele-
:aph.
LKAPS II STORIES TO DKATII.
Widow f New Yorli .Millionaire Com
j inits Suicide No Known Motive.
, NI'W YORK. dan. :il. Mrs. Helen
; K'ii i; l boekei , ('!. widow of Henry
j Knick"i biicker. millionaire paper mau-
ufaei urer. c.immil ted suicide lat night,
.ice:.(rdi:g - to A.ssisiant Medical I'xam
S i ner '. S. I',, t'assassa. by jumping from
!ihe window of lo r aiiartmeat on the 1 1 1 !i
floor of !';
tral J'nrk.
Mr-. K
vear-: iu'n
i atiart
Wesi .
lick: -!'.
S!ie
wit h
oaipa
lit ho;i.
at 1:5.1
laiifl li
(Vis
'-ker's Itiishiiud died 1.
has since occupied t he
Miss Vautni" Mines, u
:o;i, and a retinue of
apa i
) '
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t she
c.:er mai
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aiiaitiuent
;e;-bc,cker.
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and had
about ."
lie added.
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she
appf
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' 'Of
wear
pirits during the
to her room last
day and v
: ovenim; t-
ien
lire
s for iliuiier.
Mis
Mrs.
; Mines
Kniek-
, --e,i!d assign no
i erboi kcr's act.
motive for
Eighths:; Open Shop Policy and Longer
Hours of Labor.
SI'KFXGFiKI.n. Mass.. Jan. ol, Be
cause of a rupture with their employers.
." union barbel
in
10
S:irii: 'i'ioh! shoos
struck yesterday,
the emploj ers of an
longer hours, ciianu
iii(r conditions is th'
he announcement by
pen sh. p poj icy a nd
in hours and work
can -e of t he t ,: bio.
The union men have been receiving .ri!
per cni of all the money taken in ly each
individual workman ahove So. a week.
The master barbers decided ; change
this, fixing SlO as tie sum t'nat ges to
the 'inpl..yer bei'ori' a decision is made
on the division of additional receipts.
It
ju-
t;.. wars
since
the w
lit V.
the
orld
first
was
wot;;;; u "
f Ai'm'ted
hospital iii
in New York
LOST
At Universalist Fair
Fair Brown Gauntlet Giov;
Finder please return to
Barber's Music Store
" ;-, . .
for a year's subscription (by
Brattleboro Daily Reformer
a copy of
cifitfi i$20 Census
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IN BOSTON TODAY
Seriously Wounds Two Pa
.trolmen in Fight With
Police
SIXTY OFFICERS
BATTLE AN HOUR
-.
., , 11 .
Before Barricaded House is 1 mally Cap -
tuied Trouble Starts When Negro
Ejects Woman Tenant and Fires Shots'
.
into Street at llcr.
BOSTON, Jan. 31. Three score pa -
trolinen armed with riot guns battled
more than an hour early today against
Iien.ey Murray,
a Negro, who, barricaded
in his home in the
South End. shot and,
. . .
Negress and a -Negro, and set tire to
bed in which an infant lay.
Murra v
finally surrendered uninjured to a d
olliccrs who broke down the door of
y.en
the 1
house and advanced upon him in a body.)
Shouts of -lynch him" were made f,',,m lNEW YORK STILL
a crowd of bvstandcrs as he was brought :
to the street. He was roughly handled
before the ofliccr
were able to put him
in a iatrd wagon.
The trouble lxgan,
ollieers, when Murray
liam Jackson, a Negre
ant. and tired several
ncighliors told the
ejected Mrs. Wil
s v. ho w as his ten
hots after her into
Wheeler street. latroinien Dalfon and
McShane, attratted by the shooting.
tempted to enter the house, but Murray
bolted the door. .McShane was shot in
the stomach. Another bullet wounded
Dalton in the cheek. A riot call was
sounded and additional policemen armed
with riot guns surrounded the house.
n the top floor Mrs. Jackson's hus
band, holding his ."i-months-old baby in
his arms, was shot twice by Murray, who
then s,-t tire to the bed on which the child
had fallen. iThe infant was removed to
a hospital suffering from burns.
Patrolmen Dalton and McShane. ami
Jackson the wounded Negro, were taken
to a hospital where the names of Dalton
and McShane were placed on tlie danger
list. McShntie's wound in the -tomnch
was said to be serious. Jackson was suf
fering from t w bullet wounds, one in the
chest and another in the leg. Patralmau
D.iitoi.-. it was feared, would lose the
sight of one eye. Mrs. Julia Scott was
striick in the hand by a stray bullet.
In the United States the extremes of'
elevation and depression of the earth's'
surfaoi' are separated by a distance of
only Oil miles. One of the highest points, j
Mount Whitney, Ualifornia. is about:
1 4.."V1 feet above sea level, while Death '
Valley, close by, lies 1;7 feet below sea
level.
Red Men's Hall
Thursday. Feb. 2. s p. m. Special
li:eeti!ig of Pocahontas Oumeil. No, 4.
D. of P. Adoption. Cora and Venison.
Every member of the .degree team is re
quested to be present.
Dance every Saturday night.
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Commercial and Trade Bodies and!
Farmers Opposed to Adjusted Com
pensation for Soldiers.
W ASHINGTON, Jan. 31. Tremendous
opposition to the proposed soldier bonus
bill has developed throughout the coun
try and the members of congress were
bombarded yesterday with protests point
ing out that to provide the bonus will
paralyze industry in this country for!
years, regardless of what method ofi
ti mincing was adopted.
Commercial and trade organizations''
from all over the nation hied protests 1 POSSESSION TO BE
nsrain-t the "adjusted comnensation " i
tl.e ex-service men. Kven the farm-!
ers, including many
of the leaders;
j throughout the country, are .opposed to
bonus and their oiheial organizations
;j,avo stiirted a tight to block passage of
the bill. .
Senator Kenyon. Ma,!, leader ot tlie
aifiicultiira hoe in the senate, m m tted
, that many fanm.rs are opposed to the
, bonus. j
PVe
rroatjv T,oll,iox,,(i over the lonus issue,
; They lind themselves in a jam between
two contending lorees iiie soldier and
their re hitivex and triends rt on iIik
side: the
and
a,nm,lv farmers on the other.
manv farmers
Howevev
i members ot congress are
committed to
pass i no ponus run, and mere is no m
tlieation that the leaders will revise
their procratn beeau.-e of protests.
j SHORT 80.000 HOMES
i No House Built for Poor Legislative
1 Committee Favors Use of Insur-
- .. ,.
anee Money for Building.
; ALBANY , N. "j ., Jan. Ml. A shortage
ot NniHni availnieids, as compared with
the pre-war stipplv of housing facilities,
i : .1....1 ,,i v ..:..
t- :.. .. : "i ,
in it iit iiiiMHiu i iciHiii "i v
. .. '
of the
joint legislative commntee m Housing
horn
presented to the
' Senator I harles
legislature last night by
('. Lock wood, its chair-
man.
According to the report, the stringency
: in apartments of the type used by the
poor is greater today than it was when
i he emergency rent laws now in force
wire enacted. There was practically no
new , construct ion in buildings of this,
class, owing to scarcity of labor and high i
wages, as well as the high cost of build-1
ing material. Muilders generally are
turning to the construction of business,
structures 'or expensive dwellings as j
affording; a belter return on their money.!
( no recommendation of the committee'
would permit life insurance companies'
under certain conditions to invest in
housing projects in cities of the first'
class. ' '
bill was introduced to carry out
this recom menua! ion. l ins measure, msi
( rdmg to Senator Ixickwood. would en-i
ible the Metropolitan! Life to go ahead i
w i t h
under
spMi.HHfH'0 lo-isin project
contemplation."
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THE WEATHER.
Fair Tonight Cloudy Wednesday
Slightly Warmer.
WASHINGTON. Jan. ::i The
weather forecast : Fair tonight. Slightly
warmer in New Hampshire and Ver
ini nt. Wednesday cloudy. Light vari
able winds.
Centre Congregational Church
Tuesday.
Jan.
troop
H. 7 p
I. Boy
m. Kegular
Scouts, in the
meeting of
' chapel.
Masonic Temple
; Tuesday. Jan. ol. 7
tleboro Ijotlge, No. .101
" p. m. Brat
. F. and A. M.
, Work : E. A. degree.
Wednesday. Feb. 1. 7." p. m. Beau
' sea tit Conunandery. No. 7. K. T. Spe
cial conclave. Knight Templar.
Thursday. Felt. 'J. 7.MII p. in. Con
necticut Valley Council, No. 10, 11. and
S. M. Special assembly.
Friday. Feb. M. 7.o0 p. m. (Columbian
Ledge, No. of.. F. and A. M. Special
communication. F. C. degree.
All iYIen and Women Who Are Interested in the
Welfare of Their Town
ARE INVITED BY. THE BRATTLEBORO
WOMAN'S CLUB TO HEAR
Prof. K. R. B. Flint of Norwich University, on
Town Government and the
Budget System
Wednesday Evening, Feb. 1 , 8 O'clock
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE. NO ADMISSION
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JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
20 OFF
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BUY BUILDING
J Brick Structure Containing
- i .
Mann and McKae
Stores
GIVEN TOMORROW
;
" i
New Owners Plan to Erect New Building
f,-0m Wilder Building to Flat Street
N Ti
u 11 1
Set for Beginning Oper-
ations.
j,atchis & Sons, proprietors of the
on Flat street, have,
bought of Fletcher K. Barrows the brick
building next north of the Wilder building,
n t. w,st si,, nf Mnin stIW, .iOSSeS--
west sidt
s'lon nP P'ven tomorrow. !
The building is three stories high, and
nn nnii.,1 fl.mr niv i V Mann s
hardware store and C. A. McUae's cloth--ing
store, while the -second and third;
iliMirs are given uj to apartments. ;
This purchase gives Latchis & Sons the
owncridiip of all the property between the,
Wilder
building and the south side of
Flat street, as they bought property now
occupied by II.. A. Stebbins as a grocery
; store the foruier Haus stm-e, a inl Edward
1. 1-lood s barber tdiop. formerly II. M.
W(mm1s store, in 1010, In-fore they
erected tle-ir theatre.
It is the intention of 'Latchis & Sons
to lea r down the old buildings and erect
.... . , ..
? r?! K sin,"n' as as lw
t'lii i inir on tlie onliosite iorner c.t r at
i-uuoiii, on in opposite u an r oi rui,
am a, streets and to adjoin the t he-
atre building. No definite plans have
been made, however, as to what it will
be used for or when the work will be
begun.- as much depends on the cost of
labor. They anticipate no difficulty in
leasing such part of the new building as
they do not need for their own use in
their fruit and confectionery business.
EMMA GOLDMAN IN SWEDEN.
She and Berkman Vainly Seeking Pass
port Visas for Austria.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. ol.
Emma Goldman and Alexander Berk-
man, the radicals, have been in
Stock-
holni for the lust two weeks, trying
have their passports vised to Austria,
Premier Branting has twice prolonged
permis
ion for them to stay in Sweden.:1"'- p miioh over mgnt. awaiting
i
e.
apparently, they will remain. a
it ,,u not- io lil-wlr t tho nrnwri
tin,. tt.ni nv w.n,itvi- L r..n,iv t. a,imit
them. The Liberal newspapers criticise!''"" volw ritciiDurg tuat He intendwl
! Ilerr Branting's leniency in opening
! Sweden to persons of this type. j
DBV AGENTS PLEAD GUILTY.
Milwaukee .Man Admits Plot to Conceal
Big Uquor Transactions.
MILWAUKEE, V.Tis.. Jan. .",1. Jo
sepu i". iein. lormerly in cnarge
the enforcement of prohibition in Wis
cousin, pleaded guilty yesterday to con
s pi racy to violate the Volstead act.
j ne indictment cuargeu a conspiracy
to conceal a transaction for l..00 gal
Ions of whiskey by making false reports
to the prohibition office. Sentence will
be pronounced later.
First Baptist Church
Tuesday, 7.30 Christian Endeavor
meeting.
Thursday. to ,1 Silver social with
program in chapel. All ladies invited.
Thursday at 11 p. m. Silver tea in th
chapel, given by team .' of the Women's
Society to all women of the church and
congregation.
Friday, 4 p. m. Junior Endeavor: (V
Buffet supper; "...;1 Mission Studv
Hasses. The Kingdom and the Nations;
i .. -t hnrch prayer meeting. Topic,
l 'raying lor a uy.
i
li
i I
Vnnounccment Jast Made by Mrs. Ar
nold L. Franklin of Hrattleboro,
Formerly Miss Doris E. Day.
Announcement was made todav by
Mrs. Arnold L." Franklin of lirattleboro.
h;rftoforo known as Miss Ioris M. Day,
of her marriage to Mr. ! rankhn nearly
a year ago. Her husband's home is in
Springfield, Mass., but he has been on the
fea ami as they had no home they decided
not to make their marriage public. They
were married in -Brooklyn March 11,
1021, by Bev. A. C. Archibald.
Mr. Franklin, who is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur 15. Franklin of Springfield.
is nov
quartermaster on the steamship
Arizona of the United American lines,
New York, and is to be located in Los
Angeles, Calif. . His wife will go there
soon, hence her decision to make public
the. fact of their marriage. She is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Day of
of) Chestnut street and has had a posi
tion with the Holstein-Friesian Associa
tion of America.
TWIN STATE CO.
PLANS TO MOVE
Will
Occupy South Store in Barber
Building New Flans Under Way
for Flood's Barber Shop.
Arrangements were completed yesterday
forenoon between II. . Barber and the
Twin State Gas & Electric Co. whereby
the company will move from the Ameri
can building to the Barber building, to
the lower store, now occupied by the
Outlet. Tlie lease of this store was taken
over by Edward T. Flood, who intended
to move his barber shop there from the
south side of Flat street, but other ar
rangements not now completed are in
progress between Mr. Flood and Mr.
Barber. The Twin State Co. will move
as soon as necessary chances can be
! maile, and the uuarters now oecnnied br
o . . . , ., ..
t ,P eoillliaiir in the Amerienn l,nld nn
rue compaiiv in
the American building
will be included
in the expansion bv
Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt
HELD HERE FOR
FITCHBURG POLICE
Hay Jeffrey Brought Here by Constable
Cobb from Putney Wanted on
Charge of Leaving Family.
Constable H. (.). Cobb of Putney came
here yesterday afternoon with Bay Jeff
rey, whom he arrested there at the re-
inest of the chief of police of Fitchburg,
toj.Mass. je.'trey is wanted in Fitchburg
i n " charge of deserting his wife and
Xhroc children. He was detained in
; "V a."IV,. wt an mr'T fro,n "tchburp.
" cf r ltCtiourfT chief said Je-fTrev left His
! family last sprinc aiwl that iniFortn.iti.m
to marry a I'utney girl. An officer from
iitcnourg came here after JeSFrev tno
morning.
INDIAN TROUBLES
ALARM BRITISH
in H Ilisobedience" Campaign Opens
Today Officials Fear Wide
spread Disturbance.
mknimi.x. Jan. 31 (Associated Press)
beginning ol the "civil disobedience
campaign m India, fixed for todav. caused
several Loudon newspapers to discuss the
outlook, winch they regard with consid
erable anxiety. Beports appear almost
daily in the London press showing that
tne non-co-operation propaganda is be
x'ihwik tjin'iisuicu in me rural areas
wnere tlie peasantry is elated at the pros
pect neni out oy non-co-oneratinnK-t lend
ers that they may be exempted from tax-
anon.
Official despatches admit the serious
ness oi tup situation, nomtimr not that
"the mass of inflammable material is so
great that the possibilities of widespread
disturbances in the near future cannot
oe ignored.
Knights of Columbus Hall
Wednesday, Feb.
Food and candv
a. iroin o to i p. ui.
, r . . , . .
1 .... . . . . . " " " "H
saic. one iinhr mi
noeou ten uy vve laria circle, Daughters
oi isa oeiia.
Thursdav.
of the L. C.
S p.
P.. A.
m. Regular meeting
A Real Supper
Cream Fish
Wednesday Evening
6 to 7.30
METHODIST CHURCH
They Know How to Do It
50 cents
TWO WEEKS FROM
TONIGHT
The
Merkyle-Harder
Stock Company
Will Present Al H. Wood's
Big New York Hit
"The Girl in the
Limousine"
AT THE AUDITORIUM
Mi CHURCH
Horse Sheds Formerly Used
as Place for Exchang
ing News
SUPPL'ANTED NOW
BY SUNDAY PAPERS
Address by Rev. Dr. Byington Outstand
ing Feature of Congregational Confer
ence Secretary Merrill and Others
Speak.
The first of a scries of 10 Vermont
conferences on evangelism was held in
the vestry of the Centre Congregational
church yesterday afternoon and eve
ning. These conferences are planned by
the committee on evangelism of the Ver
mont Congregational Conference and are
conducted by Secretary C. C. Merrill of
Burlington, assisted by the association
leaders of evangelism, Rev. C. G. Clarke
of Springfield and Rev. A. V. Wood
worth of West Brattleboro. This was
the regular meeting of the Windhaio
Union Congregational Ministers, oi
whom were present, Rev. Messrs. M -gathlin
Rlackmer, Rriggs, Curtk, Moor
house. Rosworth, Vincent Rutan, Shaw
Woodworth and Woodin. besides eight
laymen representing the churches.
The conference opened at 2:15 p. m.
with a devotional and prayer sen.ee It -i
by Secretary Merrill, who emphasized
the need that ministers quicken their
pace in the work of the churches. He
then led the first hour's conference on
The Uutlook in World, Nation and
State. He called attention to hopeful
signs in Ireland, in the continued leader
ship of Lloyd George in Europe, in the
conference on armament, that the worl"
is gradually .emerging from its dark
nidit. Secretary Merrill brought a verv
interesting report from the important
mid-winter meeting of Congregational
niissionary superintendents and denom
inational leaders which he has just at
tended in Chicago.
For Vermont, Secretary Merrill re
ported encouraging receipts for boco-
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JAPAN AND CHINA
REACH AGREEMENT
Accept Harding's Proposal on Shantung
Naval Treaty Text Completed
Vote Tomorrow.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 31. Japan
and China virtually settled their long
standing feud over Shantung- yesterday
while the plenipotentiaries of the five
great naval powers were coming into
final agreement on the treaty by which
they are to limit their sea power in cap
ital ships.
The mediatory proposal supported by
President Harding was the final basis
on which the Japanese and Chinese
agreed in principle after a seven-hour
session of the Shantung negotiations,
and although some details of phraseology
remain to be worked out a final settle
ment is expected by tonight.
The naval treaty text finally was
completed at a meeting of the naval
committee of 15 and a plenary session
of the arms conference was called for
Wednesday to announce the covenant to
the world. The fortifications article,
the last remaining problem, was settled
by an agreement under which the fortifi
cations "status qui)" in the Pacific is
lands is to include the American Aleutian
islands as well as the IJonin island group
of Japan. . .
$25,000 FOR SEN. JOHNSON.
California Senator Gets Big Pay for L
- gal Services in New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 31. Senator Hiram
Johnson of California, special counsel
for the citv in traetion affairs, will re
ceive ?2o,() for his services, which be
gan last spring. Corporation Counsel
OT.ri.en yesterday approved a bill for
1!,HJ0. which he sent to the controller
tor payment, and which is on top of the
fo.dou retainer the senator received early
last summer.
St. Michael's Church
( Episcopal )
Thursdav. Feb. 2. at. 1O.30 m Ttr.lo'
Communion. Presentation of Christ in
the Temple.
Universalist Church
Wednesday. 7.30 n. m Trnrm 4 Tinv
Scouts. ' 1 '
Friday, 7 p. m. Junior Union.
Methodist Episcopal Church
Friday. 7.30 n. m. Prnror nioottnir in
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the vestry.
Wonderful
Bargains
In Men's Suits, Overcoats,
Sweet-Orr Trousers.
Everything Else In the
Store Is Marked Down
For Ten Days
Today is the third day.
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