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THE BRATTLEBOIIO DAILY REFORMER.1 FRIDAY, SEARCH 3, 1922.
a 1 1 LATCHIS THEATRE Today Presents THE ARROW SPE CIAL PRODUCTION' U Love, Hate and a Woman" WITH GRACE DAVIDSON And an All Star Cast EXTRA The Latest News MATINEE 2.30 Children 10c, 17c Adults 17c, 22c, 28c EVENING 7 and 8.50 p Children 10c, 17c Adults 22c, 28c TOMORROW PRESENTS WANDA HAWLEY IN Sporting OXE TIN DKCinrcS MATCH. by Pros Tram 2 Defeats Ant is Team 2 Spreof 1.2S2 to I,2S1. The Pros team 2 defeated tlio Anfis train 2 l.'JV-i to lMl at nij;ht in the Masonic bowling tournament. George of the losers hud I lie highest single string. 112, while Wales of the winners lind ihe highest three-string total. 2SS. '1 he scores : DUOS 'I K AM 2. '' INDICT 41 BROKERS FOR BUCKET SHOPS KU KLUX WARNS LAW BREAKERS "Her Face V alue One of the best plots ever lilmcd ; taken from Earl Dean Bigger's Sat urday Evening Post story, "The Girl Who Paid Dividends." Supported by T. Roy Barnes The Famous Star of "Going Some" Lincoln Plumer Dick Rossom Winifred Bryson The story of a wife who tried to be loyal to her husband, her poor relatives and a career and failed. EXTRA SPECIAL WESTERN COMING MOTION PICTURES of the SKI JUMPS 95 per cent of the jumps were filmed, in cluding the 158-foot rec ord jump made by An derson, also the sensa tional jump made by Couture, the 16-year-old lad. We also have the And thev can jump! Juniors' jumps. Oh, boy ! Wan; till you see Gibson, Wheeler, Little Be ments and the other lads. I Str.fi'oid,. , !i2 77 S2 21 i lx ke, 102 So' 2s ! Wale-,, C .7 Vi. 2sS l'urr.h.-un. !I S2 SI 2.4 Vii.t..ji, 7. r. ('.."- 2(i:' IVtak '. ll 4-2:1. 4101,282 ' A.XTiS TKAM 2. (. fJeorse, J 12 St. 81 270 I. von. !2 N SO 2',2 Wilson. S( s:t 7.5 2:t7 Hail, sr. s.-i t-,7 2:ts Harris, . S2 '..". S'.t 2C.0 Totals. 1H2 133 21 MV 1,281 A I.I Now in JBYS PASS AMERICANS. league Fourth Place in Alley Iitiwlin Touniiimeiit. In the last week's matches in the Al ley howliiijj leatije the Alleys climbed from fifth place to fourth with the high est team total of the week. 1.20X. Scher lin f the Nationals had the best single string of the week, llo, as well as the best three-string total, 2!0. The team stanilimlg: Team Pinfall Total Nationals 14.101 Non ski.is i:?.;ts:t Invincible lli.'.MIo Alleys i:t.S7f Americans Live Wires 13,S0S VERMONT NEWS. Mrs Franklin E. Coleijrli died Feb. '25, at her home in Lyndonville of acute bronchitis, without knowing that her husband died Feb, 10 of. pneumonia. She was an invalid for a lonjj time and could not throw of! the bronchial attack. A tire that broke out about mid-night Tuesday nijjit at Rochester, destroyed the K."H. Hubbard two-story block at South Rochester containing the post oliire, two adjacent houses and three barns before the llames were checked. The loss is estimated at,between ti,Ot0 and sT.OO'i. Nothing was "saved from the store o.cent the safe, which was used for the iot ofticc business also. Stock Exchange Head Urges Legislation as lCemedy Accused Start for Europe. NEW YORK, .March 3. With 41 New York stock brokers under indict ment for operating bucket shop or for grand larceny, following the wholesale business failures of the last few weeks, W. S. Silkworth, president of the Con solidated Stock Exchange, yesterday of fered; I district Attorney Ramon his -support in obtaining legislation which would compel brokers to be licensed. Mr. Silkworth urged passage of the Piigan-lSctts '"blue hky bill," which was advocated by Mr. J.anton nt a .legislative hearing in Albany Wednesday, and op tiy Si'j-iiioiir L. t'romwell, presi dent of ihe Jsew York Stock Exchange. Oflieiajs of the New York Exchange, who apiM'nred before n state senate ju diciary committer to oppose the bill, as serted that present laws were sufficient to curb bucket-shopping if - appropria tions were made which would enable au thorities, to enforce them. Assistant district Attorney Schreiber said he 'would begin today to investigate complaints tiled against Scott & Stump and M. E. & .L Y. Aguero, houses that failed yesterday. Since grand juries be gan lo return indictments against de funct brokerage concerns, most of the dcf ndants have taken hurried trips to Kurope or South America to avoid ar rest, according to Mr. Schreiber. They probably are anxious to remain away in the hope that "things will blow over," he said. Mr. Schreiber asserted bench warrants are out for each of the 41 men indicted and that they would be arrested "sooner or later." WHITINGIIAM. Roofs Tom Off by High Wind. The terrific wind of Thursday night, Feb. 23, did much damage in different parts of the town. The farmerettes, who bought the O. Ketit farm, were not surprised to find a part of one side of the house roof, which was sheet iron, torn off ami lodged in the tops of ome trees near-by. In several homes -windows were blown in and boards rfhd shingles were torn off. A part of the iron roofing on the church also was torn off. The strong wind followed a rain storm early in the evening. It was the worst wind storm which 1ms visited this town for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Old are moving into the Fpton house which they bought about a month ago. Ernest Murdock has moved into the house which he bought recently of Mr. Churchill of Charletnont. Mabel Hathaway spent the week-end with the Oillett family, returning to her school in Wilmington Sunday afternoon. Mr. flrccn. an engineer from Green field. -Mass.,- who is employed by the Power Co., is boarding at L. II. Sawyer's. Several entire families are grip, among them are Vcims A heelers and Arnold Ernest liradbury, homeopathic Phy sician, aged (2, died Sunday afternoon at his -home in White River Junction, after an illness ot a few hours, death i Arthur hi ing due to heait failure and general' families. debility. He. had not been in goodj T,(0 f:mil0,., ,.os in ,. health tor the pat ten years. Dr. I.iad- .j,,.;,., hav0 hmlslt Ml. bury came lo Hartford about two years iw,liHl is ,.ar tIlti. ,,la(.(,. auo tn.m 1 nuntree and moved down , t t,M, j,. fan)1 M,av. neie last iaii, wni-re in- cnniniiieu nisi practice up to within about two weeks' -M's x " !'fVI",'1' ..f tl... time h. .1ie.l He h:ol tiract iced " Arnold Shi 'PS. in (.(her places in Ycimout bet ore going to Hi aint ree, w here he remained about eight years. , ...... ill with P.usby -. Shippee's Ttvder Pond Page's farm. Thev moved has been working Miss Alice Stone of Shelbuiiie Fit lis lias been helping at Mrs. Ophelia Snow's during her recent illness. , . ,.. George Graves is still unable to be out I)ei.u( v" She; ill' George K. .Jennings, of after eyeral wccks illness with grip. Orleans coiiiUy accomoanied by (Jeorge The water at both house and barn froze Humphrey, arrested 1). M Iver of P.arre. one day this week. His daughter. Claire, under complaint of State's Attorney Al-!auio home from her work in Wilming bcrt W. Fa mum. The warrant charges, ton Saturday afternoon, him with havim.' in his possession 12 j r; a. Faulkner and daughter. Miss Pearl, spent the week-end with Mrs. Fa tlknerV sister, Mrs. Flliot Da- eases oi intoxicating iHjUors wtiii-li lie was transporting contrary to law and he was brought to Orleans county ja.il in Newport. lie was given a hearing before .lud- W. M. Wi i;h? Monday af ternoon and placed under SUO bail for 1p- a i pea ra m i' at the March term of coin). Th" tea la was also seized and George Humphrey is nursing a black ej e presented him while the arrest was lwing made. Friends of William A. Sliaw, former v.-ii.il lnr nhserver :i t Vol f h li elil . will be i' t 1 1. l . 1 I I llilil-.fi. loililA ffJttll WIllllllH' pleasMi ana iiuercsTca io Jearn itiai :u"""" ....... ....... a meetin- of representatives d ihejt-m to Icivts P.ndge Sunday afternoon bureau of animal indiistrv. chemislrv.! "aided a plac or two where n small etuomolojiv. markets, lmrlh ultural board "mount of intoxicants were found. An and weather bureau, stationed in Ros-1 Italian living on imp common i arpeinei tun mm, I v lei. lit v lnl.1 sit ll.ft Host on ' place was line vis. at Davis Rridge. Mr. Faulkner and son. Neal, -amo Sunday and ac-comp.-t nicdl Ihent honie. Amasa Grout of M.oiiutaiu Mills has bought the Hull place of K. T. WheeUr and expects lo occupy it until it js (looded by the- waters of the new reser- I;. 1j. Shil.ltee is putting in a for use on the place t hi iee vojr. supply of summer. Two double sleigh-loads of from Rralllehoro came from offi cers City club on Feb. 11. Mr. Shaw was elec ted president of an organization there i';tmed, known as the l'.oston Tinted States department of agriculture club. W. A. Shaw is a graduate of Norwich nniwr-utv " the class. ot present a member of the board ot tru ices of that university, lie was for some time professor of meteorology. He has been connected with the Huston tion only a few months. place srrfMi. whi leased. h il. phi'-ed secured under bail and was of re- The play. The Village Schooluia'am. given by members of North River Grange of Jacksonville was presented evening to a good -sized au- I'ach pait was well rendered occasion furnished a pleasant evening for tho.-e who attended. A dance sta--followed. .-Kenneth Morse brought the I cast over on a big team -in- the after- SS, and is at j here Monday (licx-e. and the Feeding ho?s profit. 'I his ha noon, on garbage js not all) . s leen demonstrated sev-; s in the r-vtwrience of S. F. I Rellows Falls, who collects the! . feaR not only makes our. food niort itrba; Gamblers, Bootleggers and Gunmen In eluded in Threat To Protect Women POTKAU, Dkla March 3. The Po- , teau Weekly News in its curreut issue, prints u page advertisement signed with three larce "K's." standinir for the Ku Klux Klan, in which gamblers, bootleg gers, gunmen and other law-breakers are warned. i The warning in the advertisement follows : ! "Gamblers, bootleggers, gunmen, loaf-j ers. Jawbreakers of every class and de-M-iiptiun, black and white. We are hero more lhaa oOO strong; over NMHM) in; Oklahoma. "We are worn to preserve the sanc tity of homes; Ihe virtue of wives, moth ers mid daughters. ' "We are 10O per cent American, ready to make any sacrifice for our beloved country. "We stand squarely back of law and order and we demand strict, impartial law enforcement. We are anti-nothing, except lawlessness. " I "We demand that pure womanhood be given proper protection and the proper mural environment must be given to our I boys and young men. "This town and county must and will be made, cieau ami the happiness aud welfare of the inhabitants safeguarded. "No law abiding citizen need fear our purposes. Those who defy or intention ally violate the law we are unalterably njluinst. "We are here to stay and we are ! sworn to stand by Christianity as enun ciated by all our churches. "We mean business. Get in line. Pe 100 per cent American and we are for you lirst, last and all the time. Good people, lend us a hand, that we all may enjoy the God-given liberty that we Americans boast. "We have given fair warning." WILMINGTON. Ray Corkins has been confined to the bed ly grip a few days. . Mrs. Leslie Duvall has been suffering with a severe cold and an attack of neu ritis. Miss Geneva Corkins has so far re covered from her illness as to go out of doors. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Jane Redway Friday afternoon at 2.30 o 'clock. The Luddington factory has been shut down for repairs on a belt, but resumed work Thursday morning. " Stephen Rond, George Corson and S. I.. Hill began work Tuesday morning on the erection of a house for Mrs. F.mma J.arson, who recently lost Iter home by lire. Mrs Charles Sumner returned home from North Adams, Mass.. Saturday night, leaving her husband at the hospi tal getting along as well as can be ex pected for one with his trouble. Mrs. J. Albert R.iell was operated on for apiKMidicitis at Memorial hospital at RrattlelM.ro Tuesday morning. Her dau;.'iiUr. Kleanor, is staying with her grandparents during her toother's ab sence. A large number of oeople from this place, including member of the fresh man aud junior classes of Wilmington high school, went to .Jacksonville Friday evening, Feb. 21j to attend the play and dance. Mrs. ..James Fairington of Whiting lunra kept hvur 4"or Mrs. (. liarles Sum ner while she was in North Adam with h;r hiisb.-Mid. Mrs. Faninglon was ac companied by her daughter. Miss Char lotte. Perry Whitney, Sidney Jefls., Waller Hall and Howard Taylor conijHised a camping party which went to Somerset Friday on a hsh'tng trip. They returned Sunday, their catch having consisted of ts pickerel. The many friends of Mr. avd Mrs. Finest D.i villi, who left, here last, spring to go to Maine to live, were saddened to learn of the Midden death of their daughter, Dorothy Louise, ae about six months, which took place sometirno the past. week. The Sunshine circle of the-Raptist Sunday school entertained the volunteer band at a social Tuesday evening at the borne jf one of the members, Miss Fdna Royd. Games were played mid the time was enjovably spent. Refreshments of cake, cookies and ice-cream were serve!. Israel Hall met with a serious acci dent while busy at bis work at Reaver Prook barn Sunday. While wheeling out manure some of the cattle came into the barn before Mr. Hall was ready for them, and in some way became mixed up with the wheelbarrow in such a way as to drive the handle Into Mr. Hall's bowels, causing a bad rupture, and ne cessitating an operation, which was per formed at Memorial hospital. Prattle loro. Tuesdav morning by Dr. A. II Wright of this town and Dr. G. R. An derson of Brat tie boro. colif ue about Just Plain Salt not cnlv makes our and tries to raise and palataLle and nourishing, tut also pre serves It. Medicinally, salt Is of in calculable value, and doctors ar? find 'S new uses for It every day. The poorest mau or woman can be re freshed and rejuvenated by soaking the tired feet In &alt and water before retiring; while people, unable to, af ford having their tonsils removed, can keep them in such a healthy condition, ty Jfargling their throats with salt and water the first thing In the morning, and the last at night, that an opera tion is unnecessary. ral tie Criv of village ; fatten a few hogs thereon. A of e'onths a-'o he had 1:5 nice one ready for the morkct, all in one pen. One Mont'av toornins they took their ntt:""s with the usual noise and en thusiasm. Th next time thev were seen thev would cat nothing and before the end of tic week all were dead. Poi-: son in the garbage was the only ovpian.i-' io". It doesn't do much good to talk; to housekeepers about keeoinj garbage! fr-e from poison, gla-s. etc." K very thing ! roes in. orange and grae fruit peels, tin. gla-s. in short anvthin"- that is of, no use and is in th" way. Tin result is that the ho" suffer in comfort amF health, and Mr. Cray in pocket book To Remove Spots from Hard-vood. Grease spots on hardwood floors can be removed by jcrubblnir the spots first In water as hot as the hand can bear and then dropping peroxide of hydrogen on them and allow It to re main until dry. 1 1 fiKrV W DON'T MEMOKIZK SFMON. Olail'n Students I iitempted by S5 Re ward Offered. iRF.RL! .-.. March 3. Five dollars for i:iemori7in;r the Sermon on the j Mount did not prove to b- so fzicat an indue j ient for Obcrlin tvdlege students I a- hau been anticipated by faculty ivem ! hers.. Out of about l.flM) students, onlv i i'7 took th" examination lat niglit. Of !this number women predominated,' and mo-t of t hem "wcrer self-supporting. I It took the students one Itour and j :;o minutes to w rite the ljn verses of j t he sermon. . - I An oiler of ! to every Oherllu stu i dent w lio would memorize the Sermon on the .Mount- was' recently made by. a. hii-ago alumnus. I lili "The Potteries." This is the district of North Staf fordshire. England. It Is the chief seat of the china and earthenware In dustry. The principal centers are liurslern, IIunkv, Longtou, Fenton. Tut-stall and Stoke-on-Trent, all of these being amalgamated in 1910 s a single municipal borough under he name of Stoke-on-Trent. The V. r-dg-woods and the Mlntons are the iuit farr.otis families connected with th Some Good Dairy Butter at 40c lb. A fresh line of Premier Spices, in shake-top tins, 15c. . A full line of Heinz goods. We think their mince meat is as good as Home-made. Oysters and Deerfoot Sausage fresh in to day. Have you tried Deerfoot Bacon in 1-pound cartons? A fresh line of Vegetables. Lettuce, Celery, Cucumbers, Peppers, Endive, Spinach, and a few strawberries. ; ABBOTT'S BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Dr. E. R. Lynch was called to Rutland yesterday on professional business. Mrs. J. M. Twyon of Williams street is confined to her home with a Severe cold. Iieroy M. McDonough is seriously ill with pneumonia aud is in the Memorial hospital. - Mrs. K. .T. Ilibbett, nurse is in North- field ( Vt.) caring for Rev. Father Lynch, who is ill. ' Miss Evelyn Cleavelaml, cashier in Houghton & Simonds's store, is having a vacation this week. j Mrs. Ray Livingstone, nurse, i caring for Mrs. Earl 11. (ilensou and son, who are ill with grip 'at IL I. Yearly 's. (Veil Dailey' of New Haven. Conn., formerly implojcd here by the Estey r gan o.mpany, is visiting friends In town. Harold W. ISuzzell, manager of the telephone exchange in Uellows Falls, is in town today on business at the telephone exchange. - Mrs. S. E. Lawton and daughter, Mrs. Appleton T. Miles, ami the latter's son went this week to Hartford to spend several days. . Miss Harriett MetHicott of Cambridge, Mass., who has been a. guest a week of Miss Allethaire Estey, returned to her home this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson riunklee have returned from a few days' wedding trip and are living in the upper apartment iu 1'. Ratte's house on Reech street. Miss Alice Sweeney, .waitress at Hoad ley's cafe, is ill in her rooms in the Ameri can building with grip. Her sister. Miss Kntherine Sweeney, is caring for her. Mrs. Fred II. Davis of Franklin, N. II., who had been to Townshend yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. W. (). Davis, visited here a short time with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Remis of Saxtons River and Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hopkins of this town, went today to Halifax to attend the funeral of their brother, Leslie Thurber. " Charles M. Cox of Roston, who came here on business for the Crosby Milling company, was called back to lioston yesterday on account of the death of his rrotker, John W. Cox. Miss Ethel Irish, who is spending the week's vacation in Worcester with her brother, James Irish will go to Springfield tonight to hear Harry Lauder. She is expected to return tomorrow or Sunday. Floyd Coolidge, who formerly lived in this town, and Mho is now eastern sales manager for the Ilarley-Davison Motor cycle company, with headquarters iu Bos ton, has been here this week on business and visited friends. Mr. Rush and he took a trip to St. John, 1. Q., where he gave himself up to the police and returned to Vermont without extradition papers. He will make res titution and it is understood that Mr. Bush will re-employ Davis. A unique provision in the probation conditions is that Davis abstain from intoxicating liquor and that he is not to 0 to Fair Haven unless Mr. Rush finds "it. neces sary for him to go there. Women theatre, ushers were first in troduced by McKee Rankin at the Third Avenue theatre, New York city, in 1S4. That dinner party will not be ar success unless the "top-off" is right... To guar antee the dessert's delight use Baker's Certified Flavoring Extracts. 'Adv. SEE "KATGIIA -KOO The Wheel Club Show March 7 and 8 19 Rummage 'sale. Saturday afternoon and evening. Town Hall Building. 3-4 SLOW IX REGISTERING. Secret ajy Black Warns Automobilists and Drivers of Teams. MONTRELIER. March .1. The fol lowing statement was made yesterday by Harry A. Black, secretary of state: "During the month of February, 1022, a little more than one-half the business of February, 1!LM, has been transacted by the automobile department. "This is very discouraging ami indi cates clearly that serious congestion in April and May is to b the result. "Even at this season registrations average only about 7.1 a day. More than IJo.tMjo cars still remain to be registered nr.. U practically- voi-y ow nr knows that within one month he will have use for his car. "The lf2l plates positivelv will not be recognized at all and any driver oper uting a car under any circumstances bearing such plates will be called to ac count if detected. "It is well to understand also that to be caught driving without, an operator's license is ground for refusing a license during the remainder of the year. "At h'tixt four inspectors of motor ve hicles will work in conjunction with lo cal authorities to see that the law is en fons'.l. "Drivers of teams should also bear in mind that special activity will be shown this season in the enforcement of the law governing lights on vehicles. "In fact, we intend to enforce all the laws relating to vehicles without lessen ing of energy apd without respect of pcrs-oits." Market Cash and Carry T. J. Coogan, Prop. 62 Elliot St. FOR THE LENTEN SEASON Fresh Eggs 50 doz. Oysters . . . ........ 70 qt. Salt Mackerel 20 lb. Salt Salmon Trout 12- lb. Salt Herring io lb." 10-lb. Keg Herring $1.10 keg Boneless Smoked Herring 20 lb. Whole Cod Fish .: 'i. .......... 12d lb. Boneless Codfish, 2-ib. boxes (Educator), 75 Boneless Codfish, 1-lb. boxes , 30 Clam Chowder 20 and SSd can Can Salmon 18 and 38 can Steak Salmon , 35 and 50 can Kippered Herrings . 20 can Sardines . . . . ......... 15 and 1SV can Tunny Fish . . .... , , . v 20 can Lobster .... 40 can Crab Meat 55 can Smoked Shoulders 20 lb. Fresh Shoulders .' j 22 lb. Smoked Hams, whole 35d lb. Fresh Supply of Chickens, Fowls, Veal, Pork and Beef. CAN'T VISIT l'AIR HAVEN. Bart of Sentence Imposed on Embezzler at Bush Farm in Benson. RUTLAND, March .1. Ifarrv Davis. former farm manager for Coipilv Road Commissioner V. R. Bush of Benson, pleaded guilty in city court to t!i ih urge of embezzlement and was sen tenced by Judge Leonard F. Wing to serve not less than seven or more than ten years at the state's prison in Wind sor., F.vtcution of sentence was sus pended and he was placed on probation on recommendation of Mr. Rush. Mr. Davis was tliort StfOO in his accouts with) Monday and'Tuesday Princess Theatre The First Picture of the Ten Productions to Be Shown in the TWO BIG PARAMOUNT WEEKS Cecil B, DeMille's PKOOUCItON (Saturday- night Cast Includes: Leatrice Joy, Conrad Nagel, Edith' Roberts, Jack Mower, Theodore Roberts . . FOR PLEASURE The riotous bathing dance and the revel at Coney Island. ' . FOR THRILL The amazing fire scenes and wreck on the railroad. trestle. i , ". . 7 FOR HEART-TUG The love of two men and two wom en, world's apart. A beauty-drama sensation. : ONE SPECIAL PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION EVERY DAY FOR TWO WEEKS " aturctey Sp Sheets (72x90) PILLOW CASES 42x36. 19 CHILDREN'S HOSE Black and Cordovan; 9 AXMINSTER RUGS 27x51. 3.49 CURTAIN SCRIM Double border. 9A TURKISH TOWELS 17x27. 11 . ALL LINEN CRASH AVhite or brown. 19 BATES DRESS GINGHAMS Short lengths. .19 UNBLEiACHED SHEETS 80x90. 98 PERCALES 36-inch. 19 LOCK WOOD COTTON 40-inch, unbleached. 17 F. W. KUECH & COMPANY