Newspaper Page Text
mmn tt i nvnr Ti--vn rv tv tt XT rnATiirTin TfAVn I Ar , TTTT V 1- 1000
BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Mrs. Cora Churchill hns rpturiwl from a visit with relatives in Iontlouderry. James F.rown of White IJiver Junction is spending several day.' here with friends. Edward Shea has begun work as sales man for the tunlity Furniture company. Harrison Smith of Lebanon. X. II., was a visitor here yesterday at A. L. Hamilton's. 'Miss Dorothy Gobie has finished work for tiie season in tiie Donnell '& Davis millinery store. Mi.ss Irene Cooper of Greenfield is here to remain over the holiday with Miss Marjorie Huntington. Dr. Waiver ll. Eddy of New York vis ited his father, A. T. Eddy of Main .street, over the week-end. Miss Lucy Haynes of Iiennington was n guest over the- week-end of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Haynes. Richard Davis began today a vacation .f two weeks from his work in Gooduow, lVurson & Hunt's store. Nanford A. Smith went yesterday "to Boston on business for the limttlfboro garage.' He will return today. Dickinson Tinker, clerk in Houghton & Siinojids, went today by automobile to 1-ake Sunapee to spend the holiday. . Mrs. O. E. Moore of Crosby block is having a two-weeks' vacation from her work in J. E. Mann's dry goods store. Miss Mary (. O'Connor went Saturday to Nantasket beach, where she will spend the summer with A. E. Wood and Mrs. Frank O'Connor. AVinfred Vaughan, who is employed by Hortou D. Walker, electrician, has gone to his home in Eaconia, X. II., to remain over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meehan two children of Waterbury, Conn., visiting Mrs. Median's parents, Mr. Mrs. D. H. Erosnahan. Mr. and Mrs. llnllin IE Brown Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilcox and son. Wil lard, of Monst.n. Mass., are in town to remain over the Fourth. Mrs.1 liaymond Davis, who had been having a two-weeks' vacation, resumed work this morning in the (Joodnow, l'ear s,';ii A. Hunt department store. Miss Mary E. Devine of Providence. I!, I., js a geest of Mr. and Mrs. Hermon V. Brooks. .Miss Anna E. Cullen of Wiathrop, Mass., also is visiting there. M; 'and Mrs. Martin F. Austin and two children of Hackensack. X. J., came Siuurdey to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Austin of South Main street. Mr. and Mr.;. C. A. Boyden and family and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Brittan and son hae opened their summer home at Spof ford lake for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. . W., Burns- of White Biver Junction and Mr. and Mrs. Theo Menard of Sprinelteld Yt.) are guests c Mr. and Mrs. Francis Burns. Mrs. Leon Gould went yesterday to Xew York, where she will spend a week with her daughter. Miss Ruth Hinckley, who is studying music there. She also will visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Coburn. in Xew Bedford. Mass., before returning. and a re and and W.VWVAV HOY CAUGHT (Continued from Page 1.) and talked French with him. After sup per he was given blankets on which to sleep in Cie barn, and on Saturday morning he kft about 8 o'clock, after having breakfast. He asked for Mrs. Thomas's address, saying he would write her, and she gave him her card, which he put in his pocket. Bellows Fails was the bov's next stopping plaee. There he walked into J. ,1. renton & Co.'s clothing store about 1(1 o'clock Saturday morning in full view of the clerks and customers, took a suit of clothes from a rack and walked out again. The bookkeeper inquired of a clerk if the boy had bought the suit and t'i. clerk' decided to investigate, but 1V the time he reached the sidewalk Bedard had disappeared. The police were notified and Chief Tiaev found that the boy went to tin Bob rtson paper mill and started to ehaiigj his clothes on the loading, plat form. He ihaiiTwl his trousers but for L'-ome reason didn't take time to put on the coat and A'est, leaving them at the mill. In the old trousers was found the card with Mrs. Thomas's address, so Chief Tracy called Policeman W. E. Tv lr, and the latter and Sheriff Frank L. Wellman learned what Mrs. Thomas knew about the ease and went to Pud lows Falls. They also covered the (round to Keene and Vernon and Chief Tracy and officers went to Chnrlestown al tel"ohoii(d to Chester. Ludlow and othr nlaces. Chief Traev learned Sunday morninz ii.it n boy who might he the one wanted had l-cn seen near Charlestown, so he and Chief Smith of that town combed that section with the result that the wheel was found bv the roadside and thev located Rodard in a barn in an cut-of f he-way place in the town of Acworth. Tn ITalifax a"cia, to Mr Tucker. ItlKTHS. Julv and a Mr son. Julius . Julius F. In Braltleboro, July Bruce, S2. DEATHS. 1, Charles Henry .Infant Curiosity 'I've got to go home and lick my bo v." '"Why, I didn't know that was done now." '"It isn't; but he's taking a course in psychology and he said he wanted to know how it felt." Xew York Sun. Sweet Daddy Ben (dramatically) All tha world loves n lover. Gwcn You are liable to change your mind when yon ask my father's con sent. Tennessee Mugwump. FIRE ACCIDENT Insurance Agency Room 304, American Bldg. Brattleboro LIABILITY LIFE JITNEY ' Winchcster-Brattleboro Leaves Fields' Drug Store, Hinsdale 8.30 a. d? . 1.43 p. m. Leaves Powers Drug Store. Winchester 8 a. m., 1.15 p. m. Lves Root's Pharmacy, Brttleboro, return trip. : 10 30 a. in.. 4.?,0 p. in. V. W. IIODGMAN. Mgr. Phoue 88 ENDEAVOKEKS MEET (Continued from Page 1.) a brief report, outlining the work of the union and stating what the officers had doiie 'during the year. ' The report of the secretary showed 27 societies in the union, a gain of seven during the year, the new societies being: Marlboro branch. Putney Congregational, South Londonderry I'nion. Vernon Union, W'illiatiisviiie Methodist,' and AYil mington ' Co ngregational : and the East P'v'er Baptist which joined the union this year Mas formed seveial years ago. The Londonderry Congregational dis Landed and re-organized. The total membership as shown by the reports of all but two of the societies is 741. Re ports also were made by the missionary superintendent. '!:!; following committees were ap pointed by the president: Xominating, Gtiare B. Bush of Xewfane. chairman. Rev. V. W. Bish.m ef West Brattlelmro and Miss' Edith Adams of Putney: reso :u turns.- Rev. A. V. Wood worth of West Brattleboro, Mrs. Grac .Dunbar of West l ov. iishend ; place. Rev. W. R. Curtis of Westminster West: awarding senior banner. Mrs. F. W. Waite of Chester, Mrs. F. R. Chapman and Mrs. W R. Curtis of Westminster est ; awarding junior banner, Mrs. Freeman of Wood stock. Miss Fenton of Westminster and Mrs. Dean of Wiiiiamsville. Mrs. F. M. Waite. secretary of the Black River union, explained the new increase and efficiency chart and the Alumni Fellowship was presented by Rev. A. V. Woodworth, state alumni superintendent. Written reprts of the wi rk done during the year were given by several societies and the union voted t accept the increase and efficiency chart s standard for the union. A short mis sionary talk was given by Miss Flor ence II. Wells of Brattleboro, who also cave a report of the meetings in Boston width 'she attended and which were a farewell to 40 missionary candidates win) leave soon for work in foreign lieids. For the junior period Mrs. II. A. Freeman., state junior superintendent nave a short talk. Junior reports were hen read fiom several societies ami a program .of songs and recitations was sriven by the juniors present. Mrs. Freeman then presented the junior pen nant' to the Putney society for having been the most efficient. In the evening at 7.1. o'clock the service was opened with a devotional service led by Rev. Sidney Crouch of .Westminster.. It was voted to increase die dues to 10 cents a member, also to on! ributo -S10 to the state work. It also was voted that the union semi greet ings through Rev. Mr. Crouch to his home society in Australia. ' These officers were dee ted ; Presi dent, Mrs. Iena DeWitt of Xewfane; vice president. Rev. A. V. Wowd worth f West Brattleboro; second vice presi dent. Earl Vincent of Townsheml ; third vice president. Miss Mary Robinson of .Jamaica : secretary -treasurer, DeWeese Y. D"Vitt of B'attielwo ; quiet hour 'uiperinleiideist. Mrs. Grace Dunbar of Yx"e;t To v. nslu-nd ; junior superintendent, .Miss Jennie Pierce of Putney. Resolutions were adopted expressing ?..'tnks to the people of Westminster West for their hospitality, appreciation to the officers of the union for their faithful ami efficient service, gratitude lt the representative of the state union and visiting speakers for instruction, en couragemenr and inspiration. The committee on place reported that the invitation of the South Xewfane so ciety to meet with them next year had been accepted. The efficiency banner was awarded to 'the Newfane Congregational society and i fitting response was made by the presi dent, George B. Bush. The attendance banner was awarded to the West Brat tleboro Congregational society with an attendance equal to .'.". 1 per cent of its membership. The roll call showed that delegates were present from 10 soci eties. , After vocal solos by Mr. Sheffield of Boston Miss Fannie Ilaseltine gave a h( rt talk on Christian Endeavor Op portunities in Vermont. The -closing address was given by Rev. Clarence E. Wolsted of Boston. His theme was, A ?.ife Work of Service. Mr. Wolsted was pastor in Chicago three years and for one year was with the Illinois state con ference. He will leave Aug. 1 with hi wife and seven-months' -old loy for mis sionary work- at Madura. India. as THEATRE ... - 'i . . ' . , i Today and Tomorrow A BAFFLING, THRILLING, DIFFERENT PHOTODRAMA, WITH . JEWEL ''CABMEN '' And an All Star Cast, Including Wm. Davidson, Florence Billings, Kenneth Harlan, George Fawcctt, Ida Darling, William De Grassc, and many Others, Es3 N Y 99 A man is generally at his heaviest s -I'.Hh year. in A Little Love - A Little Promise A Little Plan And Then Disaster MILLIONAIRE ROSSMORE FOUND SHOT IN BOSTON MANSION WILL NOT SPEAK JURY CANNOT AGREE WHAT'S BEHIND IT? You have been stirred in "Madam X," throbbed through moments of "Tol a'ble David." But you've never found the deep humanity, the conflict of love and knowledge and opportunity that pound through every reel of this master drama of woman's motives, romance and love. You will see a play that knows and tells of men as powerfully as it tells of women. You will see gorgeous gowns by America's greatest modistes, scenes of sunlight and shadows at the Palni Beach playgrounds of the rich. The sort of drama that makes you say: "That was line!" ' , A BIG TIME AT New England's Picturesque 'A i EXTRA ! EXTRA ! BUSTER KEATON - EXTRAORDINARY COMEDY Th e Playh ouse With 165 Big Laughs You bet you will laugh, laugh and laugh It's a riot. You've heard of the monk that could act like a man. That's nothing. Here's a man that can act like a monkey. What do you know about this isn't it tough to marry a girl you had to put a chalk mark on so you wouldn't kiss her twin sister by mistake. v Today News Tomorrow Graphic ' ... Matinee 2.30. Evening 7 and 8.50 NO ADVANCE PRICES Coming Thursday and Friday lis "I he Four H prsemen of the Apocalypse Matinee 2.30. Evening 7 and 9. Admission 28c 19 t3 1 Oil a a s a Today and Tomorrow infirm "itk y ffr ir z nr3!" "WW? a nr1 4 - 5W;-'i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a f v 4 i -J , Vc' - " 1 Slalne ncnmzs J ilamrtistein by COSMO HAMILTON personallij: staged bj Ilphlnce APh3topky that Brings Back the Best Teors ofSucIi&i "Toonerville Blues" Comedy I X T EKN AT I (I N" AI j NEWS MATINEE 2..-50 Cliildrpn 10c, ''Adults 20c EVENING 1 and 8.4. Children 15c, Adults 28c Special Holiday Program American Relecisbn Cora fresents ffi m $&f Alix Strickland fought the hardest battle life irBi woman's life in her struggle to hold her h Mm J from the novel by HI KATHLEEN N0RR!S Directed by pH Albert Capelianl zz? Featuring SEENA OWEN SSE GLADYS LESLIE H-Sq MATT MOORE WMn Intsmationnl Film Senice ss Co. Production, ' ' ''Sisters" is a perfect motion picture portray al of one of the greatest novels ever written about marriage. It was a talked-about novel for two years. Alix Strickland fought the hardest battle of hus- wom- an. Within the walls of her owti home an older irl whose heart had starved for love, faced, fought and whipped her younger sister and held the man who possessed the key to happiness in. her life. The story that ran serially in Good House keeping and now running in 18 great newspapers throughout the. country. ONE DAY ONLY TOMORROW No advance in price Ethel Clayton WEDNESDAY ror the D A Paramount Picture, Written by the Author of "On Trial" Ethel Clayton's greatest dramatic triumph a picture that holds you breathless arid questioning right to the last second. ' A mystery love-story with the most startling- climax ever filmed. Coming Charlie Chaplin in "Pay Day" a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a efense ft t v On '4 theGl oriQus til or' July Afternoon and Evening ' Lots of Fun for Everyone The Biggest July 4th Celebration Brattleboro Has Had in Years A GREAT BIG TIME Vaudeville, Athletic Carnival 'Circus Acts,' Bands of Music, Dancing, Boat Racing, Parade, New Bathing Beach, New Palm Garden, Tea Room, Fireworks, Games, Refreshments and EVERY THING. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE NEW Palm Garden and Tea Room at Rib '??-5rv-":X '' ''"J OPEN DAILY The Big Program Starts at 2 O'clock. Gates Open at 1 O'clock A FEW OF TIIE MANY ATTRACTIONS WILL BE Buzzell's Boys Band 40 Pieces- 10 Many of the boys are as young as eight years The Brattleboro Military Band "The Marions" Equilibrists and Their. Great Trained Dog, "Jack" Kennedy and Nelson. Comedy Acrobats The De Ronos Aerialists A Real Sicux Indian Trick Bicycle Rider MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS Big Athletic Carnival Under the Direction of Mr. Deidrich Stolte 10 EVENTS 10 3 Prizes for Each Event Grand Pyrotechnic Display In the Evening Choice Seats in the Grandstand Just Opposite the Display A Prize of $250 Will Be Given to Each of the Following Appearing on the Grounds Best Boy's Costume, Best Girl's Costume, Most Ludic rous Boy's Costume, Most Ludicrous Girl's Costume, Best Lady's Costume Best Gentleman's Costume, Most Ludi corus Gentleman's Costume, Most Ludicrous Ladies' Cos tume. ' . A Prize of $5 Will Be Given To the First Person Finding "Raffles." Ask "Are You Raffles?" If it is Raffles you get the prize Admission to Grounds: Children 25c, Adults 50c Plus Tax Children under 6 years free . , . WILL MEET YOU AT ( IX' 'i 1) U mm V W A WW to July 4th i : .' i 1 'H urns mYa m rn h m a a in '.gaate"w.7i,'ir;rfi'tiTv,wzsi.