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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; FRIDAY," MAY 2GM022.
A Sure Sign. Editor Do you know how to run a newspaper? Applicant Xo, sir. Editor Well, I'll give you a trial. I f',u't;9 you 've had experience. Boston Transcript. Can't Be Done. f That's all rot about marrying iu haste and repenting at leisure." "Is it?" "Of course. A man never has any leisure after he is married." New York Sun. Flowers and Plants It is time now to plant out. Come and pick out what you want from tli best and largest stock of Wants you ever saw; 10,000 beau tiful Geraniums, just right for Memorial day. Let us fill your cemetery urns, pots and beds, etc. If you come to us you get the best that can be, grown. Have a quantity of Wax Flower Wreaths and sprays that are last in? wonderful for cemetery decorating. We shall have a heavy stock of Cut Flowers, Carnations, Tulips, Hoses, Snapdragon, Cal endulars, etc. Have a quantity of Tomato Tlants (nice ones). Tansy Plants, Asters, Salvias, etc., everything you whh for. Telephone 752. Call at 192 Canal Street. C. N. BOND, FLORIST Brattleboro High School News Corner Editors for This Issue: EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Harriet Murrah ASSISTANT EDITORS Alton Farrington, Mildred Novack Harry Anderson, Edwin Culver Marcella 1 Co fin EDITORIAL. All Out for Track Meet! The big track meet is tomorrow after noon. Don't miss it! It comes only once a year, and it would be great if every boy and girl turned out for the event. This sounds like, rather a big proposition, but it isn't half as large as it seems. If each one will determine that he is at least one person who will be there, the whole high school will finally show up. The boys deserve every bit of backing First Mortgage 7 Gold Bonds are unit of large loans. . $100, $500 and $1,000 amounts, maturing 3 to 10 years. RST MORTGAGE FARM LOANS Carefully selected and fully secured by fine productive farms located in the best districts. SAFEGUARDED by a service extending to final maturity, our Mort gage Loans and Bonds are very satisfactory investments for large and small sums. Below are a few FIRST MORTGAGE FARM LOANS, taken from our current list, which we offer subject to prior sale, at par and accrued in terest. The papers of all are ready for immediate delivery. they get from us. If you want any evi dence of this, just go up to the track any afternoon and you will see them running in the blazing hot sun with "Dede" there to yell with all . his might, "Get those knees up, boys, get them up" ; and in the broad jumping and high jumping Coach Stolte and Henry Ilobbins are there to measure the distance or the height, and to praise when praise is de served. . The high school is going to win the meet, we firmly believe. If you have gone to other games of other sports and have been the least little bit disappointed with the B. II. S. boys, just come up to the track meet and get over that feeling, for there you will see our athletes at their best! LETTERS AWARDED BASKETBALL MEN REPRODUCTION OF ROMAN FORUM Our ' Number Amount Valuation Kate 10.1S6 . . $"(() $2500 1 105C7 $600 $2-100 Tc 10275 $1000 S5000 7f 10.-7 $1650 , $75)0 7 30509 , $2000 $9000 1 10527 $2500 $0000 7 ioco $:iooo $80oo t 10(101 $3200 $10000 , 7 10572 $-1500 $11730 7' 10500 $4050 $15)000 . ... To 10005 $5000 $19000 . 1 10511 $5500 $20000 1o 10COO : $0500 $18400 . . 7 10512 $0600 $22850 o Maturity . . Apr. 1, 27 . . Mar. 1, 27 . . July 1. 28 .. July 1, 26 . . May 1, 27 . . Mar. 1. 27 . . May 1. 27 . . Apr, 1, 27 .. Apr. 1, 27 . . Apr. 1. 27 .. May 1, 29 .. May 1, 27 . . May 1. 27 .. May 1, 27 location of Security Idaho Washington , . . Montana Idaho , . . Montana . . Montana . . . Montana . . . Montana Oregon Idaho Oregon Idaho . . . . Oregon Idaho 1 We would be pleased to have you call and examine these Loans, and many others of different amounts on hand, without obligation, or would be glad to send complete applica tions and full particulars. Shipments of new Loans are received weekly from our Spokane office and we are in a position to fill orders for practically any amount at all times. Vermont Loan and Trust Company SPOKANE, Washington SALEM, Oregon LEWISTON, Montana BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT The same high-grade investments we have sold for 36 years without loss to any investor Men on Track Team Speak at Assembly Senior March ami School Song Rendered. The basketball letters were awarded to the men on the basketball team, and the men on the track team addressed the high school boys and girls yesterday in assembly. The following men received letters: Ililding Anderson. Kenneth Babbitt, Itaymond Wells, Robert Wagg, Harold Deyo, Captain Iiobert Harlow and Eu gene McGarrigle. Manager Francis Ilarwood then took charge of the proceedings and after a short speech, in which he asked the boys and girls to find places for the 35 men that he had no accommodations for, he introduced the other speakers, who were Lester Ileywood, Edwin Eindsey, Captain I red Kobbins, Harry Harlow and Coach Stolte. All the speakers emphasized the need of entertaining the men of the opposing teams. Mr. Uraman led the orchestra in the Senior March, tlie high school song was sung, and assembly was dismissed. TWO BASEBALL GAMES. lSEEE8EEE9GBEH5aBBMHB 1 DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY 1 bimplex Shoes and KjxToras FOR CHILDREN We have added to our Misses' and Children's Department the famous "Simplex" line of foot wear, offering pleasing fitting qualities of high grade footwear at reasonable prices. Made on Nature shaped lasts, 1 sewed leather soles, with and without heels. 1 jf A m. Plain and cap toe styles, assuring you the comfort and satisfaction that the young growing feet should have. Fine Piece of Work by John Russell for History Department 12 Cardboard Buildings in Group. A reproduction of the original Roman Forum has been made for the history department by John Russell. This fine piece of work represents the Forum in time of Augustus about 30 II. C, and it is made entirely of cardboard with appro priate decorations drawn on it in India ink. There are 12 buildings in the group, which are given here in the order of their size: Basilica Julia, intended to be partly law court and partly an Ex change. Tabularium, Basilica Aemilius, Temple of Concord, Senate House, Tem ple of Castor and Pollux, Temple of tsaturn. Temple to Deinert Julius, xem nle to Vesta, Arch to Septimus Serverus, Arch to Augustus and the Rostum, or speaker's stand. There are three forms of Greek architecture represented: Doric, Ionian, and Corinthian. John Russell spent GO hours in con structing this piece of work. He ' ob tained his plans and ideas from the pic tures of the Forum in various reference books. t PICNIC AT FOREST LAKE. B. II. S. at Turners Falls Tomorrow, Re turn Game Here May SO. The baseball team will play two games with Turners Falls, one Saturday at Turners Falls and a return game on Tuesday morning. Memorial day, at the fair grounds. Tlie following are eligible to play: Donald Allen, Hilding Ander son, Maurice Austin, Clifford Briggs, lister Chickering. Harold Dcyo, Alton Farrington, Charles Garrity, Preston Gibson. Leslie Hadlork, Herman llertz berg, Alton Lynde, Leland Miller, Ed ward Plumb. Roy Stebbins, Lynn Thayer. Raymond Wells, Kenneth Wheeler and Robert Winchester. V DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT. Cups and Medals to Be Awarded in Odd Fellows Temple. The followrng boys will take part in the invitation track meet Satunlav, May 117: Robert Harlow, Edwin Lind sey, Eugene Moran. Victor Manley, Ed mund Manley, William, Moreton. Fred Bobbins. Holland Smith, Robert Stocker," and Philip Wheeler. The cups and medals will be awarded at Odd Fellows temple Saturday night at 7.o0, and at S.IJU PliH Putnam's or chestra will play for a school dance. The visiting track men will be guests of the school. The dance will bo strictly a high school affair and no outsiders will be admitted. Commercial Club Enjoys Outing List of Those in Party. The Commercial club went to Forest lake on a picnic Tuesday afternoon. John Mann, Lotin Newcomb, Gordon Miller, Forrest Tarbox, and Lawrence Copeland took the boys and girls over in their cars. Swimming, boating, and swinging contributed to the afternoon's enjoyment. The "eats" were furnished from the club's treasury, and they con sisted of fruit salad, cookies, ice-cream and sandwiches. The boys and girls who went on the picnic were : Pauline Shaw, Pauline Harlow, Helen Dalrym ple, Jennie Dalrymple, Vergie Goodnow, Beatrice Bennett, Ruth Stockwell, Mary Putnam, Harold Fitts, Howard Ilebert, Forrest Tarbox, Harold Deyo, Allan Hebb, Warren Bennett. Lawrence Cope land, Eugene McGarrigle, Donald Allen, Astrid Ilertzberg, Jolin Mann, Earlou Eggleston, Gordon Miller, Lotir New comb, Helen Bushnell. Raymond AVells, Ilazen Fox, Alton Lynde and Robert Winchester. Miss, Jette and Ml s Gla zier were the chaperons. School Notes of Interest. The physics class visited the Estey organ plant yesterday to study the mak ing of organs and pianos. The members of the biology class have been studying the human skeleton with the aid of the one which is the property of the science department. Some changes have been made in the schedule of the subjects for next year. PllVsics is to hp fl -iiininr iiVvin- on1 chemistry is to be changed from a junior to a senior subject. This will make chemistry easier to understand because tlie physics problems will help in the chemistry laboratory. An experiment in photography was mede by Lotin Newcomb and Edwin Cul ver in the chemistry class Tuesday morning. The onrfnms worn rl give the necessarv darkness nni tn mai-a the pictures. A number of prints were inaue wun very goo.l results, which hehied the class tn nniluiimi n .. . - - - . . -1 . i i me j ' 1 in dole of nhotosrrnnliv- T.vnn Tlo, . a' interesting lecture on the principles coior puoiograpny Thursday morning BRATTLEBORO LOCAL The Family Shoe Store BAT 1W I M FJ17DC! COMPANY Holy Day, Feast of the Ascension, was celebrated yesterday morning at 8 o'clock in Si. Michael's Roman Catholic church, when 27 young people of til- cluirea made their first communion. The ashes or Harry W. Bruce, who died last week in Manchester, N. II., ar rived here yesterday and were scattered n his lotin Prospect Hill cemetery. This was iu accordance with Mr. Bruce's request as made in his will. Mrs. Julius J. Estey will entertain several younn people from to 5 this afternoon at her home on Florence Ter race in honor of Miss Sylvia Crosbv, who will leave next month with Miss Kntheri'ie Kkert,for a stay of several weeks in Europe. Twenty-one members of the World Wide Guild of the First Baptist church met at the church last night to enjoy, supper and general good time together. There was a business session and a brief missionary talk, which was followed by an indoor track meet.. The annual meeting and supper of the Mission circle of the First I'niversalist church was held in the vestry, the meeting opening nt . o'clock. Each member had the privilege of inviting one guest. About 4." persons were present. Reports were given covering the work of the year and these officers were elected: President, Mrs. Fred C. Sargent ; vice president, Mrs. Alice Cleaveland ; sec retary, Mrs. Myra L. Stone; treasurer, Miss Alta Fames. After the meeting, an excellent supper was served under the direction of Mrs. Ida Gilson. The funeral of Mrs. Mvrtie. A fTTol-! den) Olmstead, wife of Horace A. Olm stead. who died at her home in Worces ter, Mass., Monday morning, was held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home chapel of George Sessions Sons Co. The burial took place in Mount Hope cemetery in Worcester. The pastor of St. Johns Episcopal church ofliciated and the quartet of the church sang two selections. Naomi Rebekah lodpe, of which she was past noblo grand, conducted the burial service of the lodc. Many beautiful floral tributes and friends present besides relatives from Buffalo, N. Y.. Boston, Grafton, Mass., and Brattleboro showed the love and esteem in which Mrs. Olmstead va held. She was the eldest daughter of Horace C. Holden of Bondville, who died several venrs afro. Besider her hus band Mrs. Olmstead leaves a son by a former marriage. Ralph D. Burr, and three grandchildren, all of Buffalo, N. Y. - - - The Daughters' Circle of the Univer salist Church will hold a rummage sale in the Barber Building, first door on Flat St., Saturday, May 2. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL II. R. Lawrence of Brattleboro has received news of the death in New York city Wednesday of Cyrus II. Chatfiehl. retired leather merchant. Mr. Chat field was an intimate friend of Mr. Lawrence and a frequent visitor in Brattleboro. He had made arrange ments for a two-weeks' stay at the Brooks House this (summer, beginning about June 1. His death occurred in his apartment in the Plaza Hotel and was caused by diabetes. He was a well known yachtsman and borsema and a member of the Morgan Horse club. Your blankets washed with "Ivory Soap." Nuf sed. Tel. 72. Sparks' Laun dry. Advertisement. 23eod The D A. R. will hold a food sale Saturday afternoon at the Brattleboro China Store. 73 Ernest Bates of Huntington Center lias o frnnV inlf with OIllv One hind orr. The calf seems to be thriving. TRACK MEET. (Continued from Tage 4.) 12, Pierce f), Gosselin 10; Springfield Tech. Hachadurian 3, Wood 30, Knoff 31 : St. Peters O'Rourke GO ; Woodstock B. Pinney (!) ; Keene Little 7.", Good now 70, Betts SO, Wilbur 82, Peek S3, Wright 84, Watson !0, Shedde 01; Greenfield Blackhall OS; Brattleboro Harlow 103. Moreton 100. Discus Throw Record OS ft. 2l in., Baldwin, Rutland, 101S: Rutland Malmgren 21, Davison 22, Spero 23, Bove 24. Rice lo. Anderson 2a Lanzillo 20; Springfield Tech. II. Pinnev 34, Mace 43, Dickey 41, Mathews 42, Darn stadt 44; Holynke Callahan fS, Odab ashion .r0, Elbert GO ; Woodstock Woods 73; Keene Wright S4, Alger 87; Green field X ims 00: Brattleboro Robbins 100, Moran 00. Ed. Manley 103, Harlow 103. Stocker 108. Pole Vault Record 10 ft. 5 in.. F. E Moran. 1021 : Rutland Frost 10, Cook r ; Springfield Tech. Babb 30, Lane 40 ; Ilolyoke Majear 40, Callahan 58; St. Peters Cannon G7; Woodstock Smith 70; Keene Norwood So, C. Brazil 80; Alger 87 ; Greenfield Welch 05 ; Brat tleboro Robbins 100, Moran 00. 120-Yard High Hurdles Record 10 2-5 sec. E. Moran, 101S: Rutland Durfey 13. YVillnr! 14. Tiie IS Knr.l m tjh rose 17, Gosselin 10; Springfield Tech. Adams 32, Gross 37, Ilarnington 45: Ilolyoke Osborne 47; St. Peters Can non 07: Keene Robb 77. C. Brazil 80; Brattleboro Robbins 100, Moran 00. 440-Yard Dash Record 53 1-5 sec O'Brien. Rutland, 1017: Rutland Don leavy 4. Cook 5, Canty 0, Ward 7, E. Blue 11; Springfield Tech. Moore 28. AVood 30, Connell 33, Knoff 31, W. Pin ney 34; Ilolyoke Grandchamp 51. Fla herty 52, Gordon 53: St. Peters Kellev 0., Ducharme 04; Woodstock Bovnton 71 ; Keene Beverstock 70, Robb 77, Stone 78, Crocker 81, Peek 83, Wright 84. E. Brazil 80, Moore 02, Tavlor 03; Brattleboro Lindsey 102, Wheeler 104. Harlow 103. Half-Mile Relay Race: Relay Teams Rutland, Springfield Tech., Ilolvoke. St. Peters, Woodstock, Keene, Greenfield, Brattleboro. Valentine Fernandez, aged 8 vears. and a son of O. Fernandez of Williams town, is at the Barre hospital suffering from injuries received when he was run ever by an automobile. It is feared his ikull is fractured. r-Hougliton & Simonds Special for Tomorrow Only - A GREAT g 0 Underprice Sale of Toilet Necessities ALL STANDARD ADVERTISED GOODS No Mail or Telephone Orders at These Prices 15c Pears Unscented Coap : Saturday at 11 19c Pears Glycerine Soap Saturday at 15 25c Woodbury's Facial Soap Saturday at 17 25c Resinol Soap Saturday at 18 25c Cuticura Soap Saturday at 18 Palmolive Soap Saturday at 85 doz. 30c Mavis Soap . Saturday at 20 10c Mavis Soap Saturday at 7$ 50c Hinds' Honey and Almond Cream. . Saturday at 34$. 35c Ponds Cold Cream Saturday at 23 35c Ponds Vanishing Cream . Saturday at 23 25c Woodbury's Facial Cream , Saturday at 18$ 12c Daggett and Ramsdell's Cream. .... Saturday at 7$ 25c Daggett and Ramsdell's Cream Saturday at 19 30c Holmes' Frostilla Saturday at 21 50c Pebeco Tooth Paste Saturday at 34 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste Saturday at 32 30c Kolynos Tooth Paste . Saturday at 19 50c Listerine Tooth Paste Saturday at 34 60c Djer Kiss Face Powder Saturday at 3S 25c Djer Kiss Talcum Saturday at 19$ 35c Mary Garden Talcum Saturday at 27$ 25c Mavis Talcum Saturday at 17$ 25c Mum -V Saturday at 17$ 30c Odor-O-No .... Saturday at 21$ 50c Amolin , Saturday at 35 25c Lysol Saturday at 17$ 25c Listerine Saturday at 19 35c Sulpho Nathol ,. . .-. . . .t Saturday at 21$ 10c Peroxide, 4 oz. . . Saturday at G$ 40c Prophylactic Tooth Brushes Saturday at 27$ 19c Wood, Hand Brushes Saturday at 10 39c and 50c Wood, Hand Brushes Saturday at 25$ 25c 4-oz. J. & J. Absorbent Cotton Saturday at 15$ 45c 8-oz. J. & J. Absorbent Cotton Saturday at 29 89c 16-oz. J. & J. Absorbent Cotton. .... Saturday at 55 The Sale of P. N. Corsets WHICH BEGINS TODAY offers the greatest Corset values in years. This is a special offering of the man ufacturers to advertise their line. An unusual opportunity to buy your summer corset. - , P. N. 1922 Special is made of, flesh color honey comb cou til, elastic "top. Just the model for summer and sport wear. For slight and medium figures. Sizes 21 to 28. Better quality than any regular corset at $1.50, ; Sale Price, Only $1.00 pair P. N. Special 2424 is made of flesh color satin finished brocade. Elastic top. For slight and medium figures. Sizes 21 to 29. Same quality and appearance as any regular corsets at $5.00, Sale Price, Only $2.50 pair