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THE Bli ATTLEBCmO DAILY REFORMER; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10,' 1922.
8 LATCHIS THEATRE Today Presents Miss Du Pont The famous star of "Foolish-Wives" IN The Universal Special Production ;7Ye Rage of Paris" EXTRA EXTRA . YiJi t. The Master Mind Matinee 2.30, BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Lewis I'rown. who hacl b'cn ill sov Vral days at his hoinc on llirge street with grip, i.v tut again. " Mr. :i nl Mrs. Fred Iill!:u-k have us .',vcl from 1! Canal .tr'ol to the O'Con nor Iioum on the same street. Willinm .7. liiley was porateil upon lat evenins in the Melroe hospital hy li. Lynch for appendicitis. Mrs. Limei- I .-;;:i of '.) M'rvi.oi t, C.nn., is a -guest of .Vti:i I tie. St.nvell. Mr, n Adams of. Marlboro is vik Mrs. FiaeiiKin Set.it t of Oak street. U. I. II.!hin. si eoiupan'ed J. K. Mann this week to New York on business. Mrs. Matt i 1. IMi v has returned : Dr. L fr. a stay of two weeks in .New ovli j,.,,,,,, j K(iri(1?0. ianaSer of the tele iiy. (plume exohaiiRe. is ill in his home on Mr- . Henry 1U ekman has returned Jligh Law n road. He is confined to his from a t wo-wveks' visit in Uoston and, bed. viciuitj. AY. Alexander Irwin will move his Mrs C Anile! ,on of West street, ! household romIs from storage this week who h'as been" under the (are of a physi-:t 'harb-s S. (hases house on Harris ethr. 1M"'1' I Uric Keynohls of l.ellows I alls was rum. Miss Riiih Hiuii."-'. oporat pi.inne exchange, is i!l at her 1'iifney with t'msi'itis. HI ill.-,, ........I.... .., ,,!,. .1... c n, ;., o iome "ii ori(is ()f i(,SM)n-. ; lirst fli(l fuP t)ie ttlo. Mr from Emily II. t V(i-v. eeks I'm. d:ni'd,;er. Miss Helen licti.i- caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. 1 . L. Crosier and Mr. and Mr;;. II;rrr I:. I.eRny ami sun. Uoh- phone employes, sun is roe iverwi j J. W. Yausrhan. wlm is employed in s with grijt. Her i the lr jjooils department of t!ie Coodnow. Lniersuu. is at iv arson i; Hunt store, will lini!i work there next month. Miss Rose IZ. Johnson; who is takins a three-years' course in nut-Mug at the ,..,t Snnd.iT iii Town-bond witii f'fxion nmrrens uospuai. nas ciucih Mr :."1 Mrs. Alton Hohlen. j Simmons codeo for a tour-months ,.. . ! i m- m i Miir.se of study. M'ss Susan Hamahan and Miss Mil-, . , . . . . ... . .Ti-f.t H-inrah.ui will leave tomorrow i Mrs. r. Adams returned e.lnes--. i f ...!.,. ,.,,..,(;,, ;,, Hi. da evemns: from a visit in Most on with ladd. Uost.iii and f i aminshani, Mas. Mr. a.m! Mrs. Kay Hicks expect ia've next wek to Wilmington. Mrs. Hicks lias finished work in Street er"s res-j tauraiit. wliere she had a position as, waitress. 1 m w S m d T T 11 11 1 11 U,....,t:.i, .Mi-:. . nm.iseil i.i u.e aiieiaiM-u . .. , &. Simonds s , ! ' VERMONT NEWS. First papers in citizenship were granted to nine applicants in U. S. district court at Uarro Wednesday, and nine petitions for ii rial papers were made. ies. Davis was badly bruised about the bodv whert loading logs on a sled lie slipped and fell and three logs rolled over his body. The house, horse larii, cow barn and wood shed on the Russell Hart farm live miles north of Rutland on the Pittsford llenrv A. Harman. 7i. of 1. inland. i,,ad were burned to the ground Mon- formerlv one of Vermont's leading at-!,iav morning, with three horses, sleighs, tornevs and a writer of jurisprudence,! wagons, harnesses and farm maoLmery. died at his home there yesterday. He Part of the household furniture was was a graduate of W illiams College and of the Harvard Law school. aved and three cows and four calves were taken from the barn, from the nmioHrnnee of the blaze when the Hart Kvclvn, the little daughter of Mr. and; family whs awakened by the fire around Mrs. C. A. Wright of Hrookheld, was midnight, Mr. Hart feels sure it was the badly burned Friday. ,s she was mar work of an incendiary. t he stove, in some way her tires caught j , onto a kettle of boilimr water, over-j T(0 jnnuost jto the death of Charles turning the kettle. The water was . (-t(JV vvl() v-s struck by a trolley poureu onto ner arm, sine ear at i:utland last Saturday night, dy ing ri hours later was not completed todav. More witnesses will be examined tomorrow. It is learned that the blood - F.very cottage belonging to the el -uko, j,(is wvro found in the snow where Col boys'canipat lake Dunuiore was broken ! ((,v jav Reside the track before the oar into Hiiw tune last .week, where entrance, j.;; lljm strengthening the theory that could not.be gained any other way thej j, was assaulted, robbed and laid beside doors were broken in. It is not known the track by some person. A man 's foot at this time how much was taken, as no ,,ri;its were found in the snow leading inventory is available at ithis time. )rom vvj,ere Coltev lay just before being There is no one living at the camp this: j(-t winter, so the titeivcs could worK wunout fear of being disturbed. When her clot hi nj was removed, the skin came off with the clothing. Mr. ami Mrs. Finest Young, and in ,,. Nashua. N. H., with -her sister, Mrs. lincri num. Mrs. Antoine Nichols, who fell a we"k ag. on Main street and fractured the light arm ami was attended by 1 r. II. V. (Jreene. is a little better but is. still under The Good Little Bad Giri in "The Speed I ep:n itnent in Houghton pi store, wilt lin.ve a vacation oi w us fr mi I: .- work, beginning tomorrow. She will gi to r.en-.iiiigton to visit in the !'! .( of her sen. Ira Hubbell. Mrs. Helen Raymond of (Ireeniiehl. who had been visiting her sister. .Mrs. Ceorge '( 'on nor, has returned to (Ireen liehl. Mrs. Raymond, who was operated npon four months ago ia a hospital in l'l'o idence, R. I., is jl!.-t able t'i be about again. lr. C F. Hunter i exjiected to return Saturday or Sunday from llion. N. V.. where he ha been on n count of the crit-i.-al ill; r- of his brother. lr. II. J. Hunter, who ha - pr.emnonia. 1 r. Hunter . rites that hi- brother, while still very weak, is slightly better. DEATHS. In F.rattliboro, Feb. 10, Albyn E. At wood, tiS. Carroll Wursthitme and Richard Ha vis, both employers of the NeNon Hall Co., at Kast Riehford had verv narrow escapes from serious injury or death Wednesday ' 1 " while working in the woods. WurMhom.'1 was hit by a falling tree which crushed CTSOSmsmgHaaKSBB21I him to the ground, the tree falling across his stomach, lie was immediately taken to the home of his parents and after a thorough examination hv Dr. Kelton. of Riehford. it was found that no bones were broken, nor had he internal injur- T.IRTIIS. In Ilawsonville. - Feb. (J, a son to Mx. and Mrs. Tennie Coleman. In Putney, .Sheldon; 87. " DEATHS. Feb.- o, Ilenry Lovejoy Coffees Garden of Allah... 42 lb. Ambero . ., .... 40 lb. LaTouraine ...... 42 lb. Chase & Sanborn Seal Brand 42 lb. White House 42 lb. S. B. Special ..... 28 lb. A good bulk Coffee, 30 lb. J. E. Buslinell ...... 94 Elliot Street ., COAST TO COAST 'ear Wtj Want Your fiusiness "IlliXEFIT" STANDAIiD Coffee 31c lb. In a Class by Itself SPECIAL Chocolate Peppermint Patties, . 39Hb. BENEFIT" Mince Meat, 13 pkg. Makes Better Ties Parrel Post Paid on ,1 or More Direct Importing Co. 43 Elliot St., Brattleboro, Vt. Stores Also Keene, N. II. " F ? 9 S A Race ri hat V, ; Ycwv B'ooa Stir Somctj doing every - mim-re his comedy h sensation. It starts on I high and never shifts gears, rvery speeci cna- g riot from tin lizzie to j t PRINCESS THEATRE MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY The Crownim: 'rriiimph of Motion Pictures m airplane iiurcs in this record com od v. breaking EXTRA I Special Two-Reel News paper Story r r -j 9 -r The Net of the News" the who Last dav to see greatest woman ever came to this town. Bring any article 'you can think of. She will $ tell what' it is blindfold 0 prl HAVE YOU SEEN I Read in the lobby wdiat g the Caledonian Record t of St. Johnsburv said m CHANDRA The Master Mind? ft about him. Cash and Carry Market T. J. Coogan, Prop. 62 Elliot Si. Oysters 70e qt. String Beans 10o can Spaghetti 1-C can Pink Salmon 15e can Majestic Herrings lSc can Salt Salmon Trout 12 lb. Salt Mackerel 20c lb. Corn Flakes . : 7c pkg. Dutch Herring . . $1.10 per keg Hamburg Steak 15c lb. Rib Roast Beef 12 5 r lb. Chuck Roast ITie to 1.8 lb. Boneless Roasts ISc to 2S lb. Fresh Shoulders 1?C lb. Host Pork 22c lb. J. E. MANN ' s t - Jji S 1. C Hi I t r. a 5 DOUGLAS (V presents prin tyl JL ft ' IM di "j fv t-r i'lf t Aiacon, Costuming. Pesenrrf wtler 6Ja3 k'rob'OCt i, Direction under toad Nibro jE P.'iotodrjphv under Arthur de5on .Hero is presented to you tte greatest action picture ever made a marvelous, magnificent photoplay that is a torrent cf power without a dull moment .throughout its entire course. Two Shows Daily Matineo 2."0. Tivenin" 7.U0 Men's Woolen S eaters the Best Obtainable $6 to 810 I Boys' from 85 to $9 1 and you get 20 off these figures- Here are real values Men's and boys' woolen and leather gloves or mittens at 20 off This includes the Saranac line which is the recognized best. H. P. Wcllman & Co., Inc. Members of Besse-Foster System We are ready to show all the new novelties in stylish spring head gear at a saving to you of 50c to $1 per hat. It's a pleasure to show the values that we are giving this season. Come in and Look Them Over E. Perry 6? Co Always Reliable For Saturday A Final Clean-Up of Reacly-to- w ear Every garment re-marked at final drastic reduc tions. We are bound to clean up every single garment in slock by Saturday night, regardless of cos! or value. Suit Clean-Up (1) A good selection of sizes, some with fur collars; nicely tailored; tricotine and velour. $35 Suits Sale Price $19.75 Suit Clean-Up (2) Value is represented in this special group; tricotines, velours, serges. Warmly lined and interlined. With and with out fur collars. $10-$ 15 Suils Sale Price $24.75 $50-$55 Suite Sale Price $29. 75 mm, Coat Clean-Up (1) All wool velours and polo cloth, in several shades of brown, nicely lined. A few with fur collars. $20 Coals Sale Price $12.75 Coat Clean-Up (2) Every coat in this group is splendidly tailored of all wool velour, Bolivia, polo cloth. In many shades of brown. All nicely lined. $25 Coats Sale Price $14.75 Coat Clean-Up (3) Never before have we given such -values as are shown in this group. Coats with stunning fur collars, all lined and inter lined. All the popular shades of brown. $35 Coals Sale Price $19.75 Dress Clean-Up Dresses of tricotine, silk arid serge, all smartly tailored, in a variety of becoming styles. Nearly all sizes. $12.50 Wool Dresses Sale Price $7.95 $17.50 Wool Dresses Sale Price $0.95 $22.50 Wool Dresses Sale Price 14.75 $25.00 and $30.00 Wool Dresses ......... Sale Price ,$19.75 $15.00 Silk Dresses .............. . Sale Price $9.75 $20.00 and $25.00 Silk Dresses Sale Price $14.75 $30.00 Silk Dresses ........... Sale Price $19.75 J. E. . MANN WW 1 wWyBinrrffi E53SESI