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THE BRATTLEBOllO DAILY REF01UlER.r -MOZi)AY, M AKCII 20, 1922.
5 THREE CHARGED WITH HOLDUP QIRUM CAR I'augM at Nortli Ailams After Ilohbins St. A1I;his .Man of Liquor aiul Cshh at North I'ownaJ. NOllTH ADAMS, Mass., March 20. CUauac-y j. lUudu-k ot Mili;twk trail, Irank A inlaw and t. ltark'.s llaiu-l of this til, arri'.-tt'il .-limtly after 2..'-0 Sat unlay iiioniinir, j-i!f'.-t('l of Ikuii jr ftijritivt's from juhtk-i' from state of -Vermont rn; in ia for licaiiiiv; next Tuesday ltuniKi,' in (iii-u ici court wiiu s-ureiies , at ?2,iHi' in each ease, IJur. lick was al.-o' charged with opratins an automobile without proper lieene, ai;d this ensc was ;i1m cunt limed. 'I lie men are' suspected by the local police of implication in the holding up or a man w llo jjave las mime as Alfred I.ii';i!ii'V of St. Alburn. Vt.. while I.a- ailcv wa )iassin through l'ownal V liter. I .. shortly after midnight, tak ing from his ear something like 1.K0. Wort h of idn and - whiskey. LaVallevj sin- he was robbed of sl,CM0 in ea-h as wvil. . I lie telephoned about the loss of his cah to the local police station soon afl 'r he was robbed. The police arrested the three men as they alighted from a jStudebaker ear on llohien street, near (.'enter street. The arrest was made by Patrolman Pierce Walsh. The liquor J w as found by the local police officers in the Henderson road section of Williams- town. It consists ot about JJ'J quarts of whiskey anil pn. ' It is understood to have been destined for a Heiiiiiii:toii club. Hurdiik, who I has been Ix'fore the local court a number 'of times, secured bail, but Haniel and ,iii!;uv are still in jail. it ri the liquor foui d hidden in the woods wa a special 'Hirer's badw. La Valley says the men who rubbed him pretended to be federal Cli'TS. The prosecution of the cases of alleged laws tins DPMI TO OUST CROW AND SEAT BELL rrnnsylvaiiia rolitirians Determineil Multi-Milliouaire Shall He . Knox's Successor. l'lTTSr.l IUJII, Pa.. March 20. Vir tually unknown politically, save as the monev man" in Uepubliean campaigns in Pittsbiir?h and Allegheny county. .John A. P.ell of Carnegie. t'.7, a multi-millionaire, who never made a speech and who las not occupied an important public olliee since he was county treasurer 4 veurs ago. is expected to leave for Wash- set tion ot the iciie States ( '.omniissioiier Pittstield this morning Heat Him to It. Ilankins T had no idea you were go ng to marry that little widow. .hinkins o more did I. The idea ,as hers. Wayside Tales. l( 1 11 11 V Jl The U. S. Government Time Specifica tions for military strap wrist watches are: That the walcii on a 15 ilnv test run without mare than two minutes variation in ra !i 21 hours. usil for such strap wrist watches for men are from I:, to It li-jtte. while wrist watches for ladies are mm h smaller usually fvuui W to X Iis(. - .-' Ke sure to wind your ivalrh u fully (preferably in the itM.niMig.) lio not lie afraid of over winding your watch, because the watches wc sell are made so they cannot be ovci wound, ar.d ui'h ss you do wind them fully, the v.ateti will st p. V.'.' careful not to jar cr drop the watch, for usually more damage is done insid- tie watch to the center pr.st. jewels or stalf than merely breaking the crystal and getting chips of glass into it. Such damage does not show its effect immediately. vmmtioii of the Imuor turned over to Federal Atrents Harold Islington this week, carrying a commission Haivev and ' ('. Sheridan ot Springfield from llov. William ( Sproul. appointiiig I v t'iiicf-of-PolUe William P. Dineen of him junior United States senator tor North Adams. The federal agents will Pennsylvania. - . . k warrants for the three men on viola-l I Ins will give mm ine piesiiSe u m.- of the federal acts from t inted nig a sitting senaror in uie ni'i; u. .... Arthur Wood of primaries next .May. w nen ne win uv a candidate tor the lull six-year term. I ii-U will be the successor of thf late Philander ('. Knox. Excepting for a . - i -.1 1 t I. ..1.1 oriel period ine piacc o.-v.. nnu, through appointment of the governor, by Senator William K. (.'row. While denials continue that Senator Crow, ill in Mercy hospital, was to retire from the senate in favor of P.ell, who. ac cording to report, was to take care of Crow's alleged financial difficulties, the politicians, following three days of con ferences, have decided that everything which it was reported the money was to be paid over to accomplish must go through as originally planned. Senator Crow's physicians are to in form him that his physical condition will not permit him to be a candidate to succeed himself. Mi Tuesday. possibly today. Crow will forward his resignation to Covernor Sproul. Either today or Tuesday, fol lowing the announcement of Crow's physi cians, or the forwarding of the resigna tion. P.ell is to be announced as a candi dal e. On Friday, so as to permit a wait indi cating a "proper respect." Governor Sproul is to appoint P.ell to the senate. On Saturday P.ell is expected to be sworn in.- Local Uepubliean leaders today, among themselves, manifested concern as to whether Governor Sprout will "stand hitched." now that the Crow-Pell "deal" appears likely to develop into a scandal. Vaughan & Burnett -Jewellers Main Street The HALLMARK Store K III Z. V IS ft 0 I Af A. 4. ,r 34.' 5. -" SJ 25 27 vs. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Cnder the caption One of the T'.rides of March, the P.oston Evening Trans cript of March is contained a two-column portrait of Mrs. Jacob Poor Estey, who previous to her marriage was Miss Edith Martha Tyler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William .! Tyler of Newton, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Estey are now spending their honeymoon in the P.er niu'das. Mrs. Jean J. Vanderveer broke a small bone in her left ankle when leav ing Odd Fellows' temple Friday eve ning after the high school play. She went today to the Memorial hospital for an X-ray photograph. Mrs. Vanderveer left the temple veranda from the south end and; before-eaching the Green street walk. Vt"ppod off the edge of the side walk. The .sircet light on Green street opposil- the edge of the temple walk was not burning. DOi ni.i: IMiOWMNG. Two lloys lireak Through Ice at Clare- mont Third I Joy Kesctiert. CLAliEMOXT. X. I (.. March Wilfred and Clarence Laporte spcctivelv and years. and Mrs. Arthur Laporte Todav and Tomorrow PRINGESSliS- - -T Ml Tt it. He ' ' 'V rrfJ" 20. iges r'- sons ot .Mr. f 2(' Proad street, and Armand Kobidean. aged 4'j years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphone Kobi dean. broke through the ice of Sugar river about ol( feet above the I .road street i!am vesterdav afternoon, shortlv before .'J o'cllick. Clarence- laporte clung to the jee until rescued by Arthur Julius, aged 1". who was attracted by his cries. The other two boys were swept under the ice to appear again alxnit 2tMt feet down the river. Wilfred Eaporte was caught by Albert P.asnlou. a Canadian war veteran, who jumped into the river. The boy showed signs of life when brought to the shore, but died shortly after. The Kobidcau Uiy's body was seen to go over the two dams to the Monadnock Mills pond. Seme two hours alter, I he body was secured with grappling hooks by I. G. Southard. Arthur P.radbirry and Oliver I.eblance. THEATRE Portland. Ore., has one of the finest Libu" U-mpk'ji Ui Anu'i-icar mwitly uuiu- pletcd at a cost ot MO'UMM). I'm a daisy, you will see. When you trace to .sixty-three. Draw- from one to two anil so on to the end. WEST BRATTLEBORO The Twentieth Century club will meet in the home of Mrs. E. M. Goodenough Wednesday afternoon. AI TO SKIDS. SIX DEAD. Only One Occupant of Detroit Marlune Escapes Death. DETROIT. March 2. Edward II. Ives, assistant superintendent of the De troit I'nited lanes, his wife, three chil dren and a girl guest, were killed when their automobile skidded yesterday into the path of a Detroit I'nited Railway in teruban car. near llochestcr, Mich., :i!l miles north of here. The dead are Mr. Ives. 4fi : Mrs. Ger trude Ives. 41: Clinton. 7: liuth 4. and liobert. IS months, children of Mr. and Mrs. Ives, and Miss (Mara Stasiniewicz. all of Detroit. Edith Ives. '14. jumped from the car and was unhurt. Two Killed Near Sjugus. SACGl.'S. Mass., March 20. William Arcenault of Lynn was killed and Charles W. Hands, also of Lynn, was fatally in jured early yesterday when an automo bile struck the curb and overturned in the outskirts of this village. Hands died in a liospital several hours after the acci dent. Four other occupants of -the car escaped serious .in jwy. v'i ur,. 1; ..,, 7 ; " . I'ur untold centuries t!o. peacock fea ther has been a mark of rank in China. Members of the Iiusiness ami Profes siomOl Women's club are asked to save all o.id rubbers possible and deposit them in tt e closet leading from the club dress ing: room, for a future rubber sale. Adv. Gertrude Elliott. . the beautiful and ta-nted American wife of Sir" Johnston Forbes-Robertson, soon is tt appear on tlue London stage after a retirement of xjveral years. lT k : Y&i t 'y tit te"V i!rtaSSCTXiL'l III YU.-'fi. 1 r-.? S -1 i Ivers & Pond PIANOS The high quality standards which have always marked our product are being scrupulously maintained today. The same delightful tone ami touch, the attractive designs, the sterling integrity of construc tion which have made Ivers & Pcnd Pianos the choice of over. 500 American Educational Insti-j tutions and 65.000 homes reach their perfection in the pianos now being shipped for sale by j: u W' c ? - t 3 -, v.- - "1-r 1 " - . I ;-. . :A fettxti$ifr , ..... mJ, mm0M, fere's one tmy lmm P for uou :-( A picture "replete r: r 7T with thrilling -feats) : :pr ; k' I and side -spjitting ! - ' :..vj fVf !aughterj)f the " I V-j man whfS invented' v flf -1 :J'4 his '.way to the ec. - wtaiT - - X M , ETA I At f. ast! Modern Laundry Service at a Price for Every Parse THE cus TOM LAUNDRY AT YOUR SERVICE most important to local house- This is in many ways the announcement ever made wives. At last every home in ttrattlcboro can afford the services, of a modern, s-anitary, efficient laundry. Think" what this means: Washing in the homes of those of moderate means, as well as those of the well-to-do, will become a thing of the past. It means health and happiness to you to have your family wash laundered in a clean, light, well ventilated and sanitarv laundrv. "We not only clean your clothes, but we sterilize them. Your washerwoman hasn't the facilities nor time to do this. We wash your clothes in soft boiling water, dry in sweet, clean air of 280 degrees, and iron at 320 degrees everything in a clothes cou- wav. serving Under our new plan everything the family wears during the week and all the household wash accumulated during the week can be laundered under one of the following methods: Wet Wash Everything washed and rinsed, re turned damp, ready for starching and drying 4c a pound Minimum charge on any wash $1.00 Rough Dry Everything washed and rinsed; flat work ironed, wearing apparel starched and dried, ready to be finished at home 8c a pound, plus lc for each article Minimum charge on any bundle COc HAROLD LLOYD - IN "Fireman, Save My Child" INTERNATIONAL NEWS Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 20c Evening 7 and 8.45.-Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c Wednesday Lionel Barrymcre in "Boomerang Bill" . Wet and Flat Work Ironed Everything washed and rinsed, flat wash ironed; other pieces returned damp 6c a pound Minimum charge on any wash $1.50 Finished Family Wash Everything washed and ironed ready to wear or use finished exactly as you like it. The charge is very reasonable, 10c a pound and 50c and. hour for hand You have nothing to do but ironing. wear or use the clothes. Flat Work Towels, bed and table linens, beauti fully washed and carefully ironed 8c a pound Minimum charge at pound rate KOc Dry Wash Everything washed, rinsed and dried, to be dampened, starched and ironed at home ' ' ; 6c a pound f Minimum charge un any wash $l.r0 A Few Helpful Suggestions for Housecleaning: Send us your blankets, quilts, draperies, lace and muslin curtains, rugs, couch covers and portieres in fact everything washable. Somehow and someway The Custom Laundry should be your laundry. Phone 222 and wc will gladly call for any bundle anvwhere. HUGH AGNEW Prop. FOR SALE Island Park "5 BRATTLEBORO, VT. MUST BE SOLD TO SETTLE ESTATE. Is fully equipped for both outdoor and indoor recreation purposes. Beautifully located within 3 minutes' walk of the Main Street of the busiest and best town in Vermont; 2 minutes from Union railway and electric road stations. Bids for this property will be received up to and in cluding: April 10th. Full particv" ars' can be obtained by addressing P. O. Box 143, Brattle boro, Vt. ; , Easter C ards Dainty and Artistic HOPKINS THE FLORIST P3S ----- JtaMk' Theodore Roosevelt pi! i! Imp !' "A Square Ln , every man ill ! HI 5i-iT5C I i .In hi A - fe'4s Hr :XilKS d5St MFt Give you a square deal for your money be cause they are honestly constructed of sound materials by expert tire builders. They bear a name which for 76 years has stood for quality products and fair dealing with the public. All "Teddy" asked was a square deal. All Brunswick Tires ask is a fair trial. Try m them. Keep your cvn record of their performance. You will find that they live up to their reputation. 4 1