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THE nitATTLEnOTlO-DAnAV. REFORMER. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2; 1022.
BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL CLOSING PRICES ON LEADING STOCKS MARRIAGES. - Jn Brattlrboro, Sept. 2, bv Rv. Clark TVLi-OVViiell,. I). V., .UhueucclV SSialtU and Miss Cora J. Weatherliead, both of Lrattleboro. SUBSCRIBK FUR ..THIS REFORM EB Miss Florence Tiiorn of IVerfield, Mass., is visiting Miss Marion S. Rice of Chestnut Hill. ' Mrs. Cliarlos K. PunkW returned yes terday from a stay of a week with her father, Henry C. Johnson, in Saxtons Iiiver. Mr. and Mrs. L,. li. H. "Wajrner and ?on, IlaroJd. will go tomorrow Jiy auto mobile to Worcester. Mass., to visit over Labor day. A. K. I'ark and daughter. Miss .Lillian I'ark. went today to Springfield, Mass., to remain with Miss Clirista Park over Lahor day. Mrs. Charles Endlirh and Mrs. Flora l'at.ter.on are visiting Mrs. l'at terson's sister. Mrs. I'dossom O'Hara, in Leba non, N. II. State Architect Frank L. Austin of I'.urlington was here yesterday to make hi.s regular inspection of the Memorial armory and community house. Miss Evelyn Meldrom has returned to her home in lirockton, Mass., after vis iting four weeks in the home of her aunt, Mrs. L. 11. II. Wagner, and family- 1f M. Oarlev of South Londonderry, wht is employed on the New London di vision of the Central Vermont railway, will move his family to Lrattleboro soon. Mrs. Martin Austin and daughter, Helen, returned last night from Oswego, N. Y.. where they visited some time with Mrs. Austin's sdster, Mrs. Harry Carrier. Wells F. Miller, head of the White Au tomobile Co.'s lialtiniore. Md.. office, came yesterday morning to visit his parents, l)r. and Mrs. A. L Miller, until Monday afternoon. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ilobert Kent of Cincin Piiti, ., who are visiting in Orange. Mass.. are expected next week to visit Airs. Kent's mother. Mrs. L. Ii. II. Wagner, and family. Mrs. Kent for merly was Miss Ina Holman. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Wood returned last night from a business trip to New York and Hoston Tomorrow, accom panied by II. M. .Wood, they will go to Anicsbnrv, Mass., where they will snend the holiday with Mrs. Wood's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. Kenneth Farnum and daughter, Mis Milia A. Farnum. and Miss Dorothy Lawrence will go to morrow to Worcester. Mass., to visit until Monday afternoon in the home of Mr. Farnum's brother, John A. 1'arnum, and Mrs. Farnum. Miss Inez M. Si owe! will resume work in the oI':ce of the Crosby Milling Co. Tuesday, after a vacation of two weeks. She accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Stowell, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Stowell ami Miss limb Stowell on an outomobile trip to Niagara Fails, N. Y.. ami other places last week. Miss Marion liaker of Do? ton is ex pected today to visit in the home of Miss Florence II. Wells of 107 High street over Labor day. Her mother, Mrs. II. II. Laker, who has been visiting in I'rattle bofo about a month, will return to Los ton with her. John M. Phelan of Rutherford. N. J., came last night to visit over Labor day with Mrs. 1'helan and daughter, Dorothy, in the home of Mrs. lMielan's brother, Charles II. Dunklee, and family. Miss Laura Dunklee of Mount Holyoke also came yerterday to visit in the home of her brother over Labor day. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Clarence I'. Smith of 14 Elliot street, who is employed by the Etey Organ Co.. ami Miss Cora J. Weatherliead of 1(! Spring street were married in the Bap tist parsonage this morning at 5) o'clock by Rev. Dr. Clark T. lirownell. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Smith will live at II Elliot street. .Judgment was entered for the plain tiff in the case of Joseph Damour against Clarence Pike, both of Wilmington, by Judge F. D. E. Stowe this morning, arguments in which were made yester day morning in the municipal court. The case was an action of contract to recover SIS. 21) representing the balance of an ac count due from the defendant. Charles S. Chase was attorney for the plaintiff and Attorney Edward S. Jones appeared for the defendant. Attention is called bv the local post ollkv to the fact that there are still ;:any cases where senders deposit fourth das-, or parcel post mail in the post ofTice without the 'packages ltearing the name ami address of the sender. This Jelin;uer,cy causes the post office un warranted labor and expense and results in much inconvenience to brth ad dressees and serders. This is frcquentlv the cause of much fourth class matter goinji astray, and if evervone will ob serve this requirement of putting on tl sender's name and address not onlv will such mail be expedited, but it will nsit in the recovery of lost articles r.nd prevent package from heiujr held no delinitelv on account of the r.on-af-f.xinsi of proper postage. L. O. Sleeper of Newark, who recently came to the Lost on & Maine machine shops at Lyndonville to take the place of one of the strikers sustained a broken 1 -g in two places Thursday after noon when a car wheel fell on him. He was taken to a St. Jolm-bm-v hospital on a pssent'er train eaviir imir.edi rtelv rafter the accident. The first of the week several of the bet machinists rt'tiirii"'' to th" shops nn took their old ;obs. The strikers making some demon stration as the workmen returned. Published by arrangement with IIAKER, YOUNG & CO., 50 Congress Street, Boston. Brattlehoro Representative, t FRED II. HARRIS. Am Am Am Am Am Am Am Car & Fdry S inciters . . Sugar .... Sumatra .. Tel & Tel . Tobacco , . Woolen . . . Anaconda Atchison Labi Loco P. & O Beth Steel Can Pac Chic M & St. P Chi R I & Pac (Jen Asphalt . . ; (Jen Motors Creai North Kennecott Mack Truck Mex Vet Mo Pacific . . N Y. Central N Y, N II & No Pacific Pacific Oil PCUTI Rending Rep Iron & Stl Sears Roebuck Sinclair So Pacific So Railway . . . Studebaker Texas Co IT l'.'C I'll Ret.iil St .. I' S Ind Ah-o . C S Rubber . . . IT'S Steel 1 "tab Copper . . Westinghouso '. B Pfd II lsr, ;r 84 Vt i(r;vt ': 1(H Hilt t i ; ii 1 V ."t's n-ys au, 'i ;t r.7".' 3 !).!; i ' OYS ! BOYS ! Special Events at Labor Day CeleteatiM tisi S'.i n7"; 4 ;'. ro'-, i4 L'7 L;2', 1 $:.. SI i i t.s .";:, i"i-; 7(", r.;;' . BIRTHS. In Claremont, N. II. ('Chiremont his pitaD. Sept. 2. a son to William R. and Leona (Wright) Brewster of Newton, Mass. DEATHS. In Brattbboro. Sept. -. Mrs. Fanny Glover (Train! Miles. til, widow of Col. Charles A. Miles. Valley Fair Grounds Pashmobilc Race Prize, Coaster Express Entrants furnish their own pushmobile Bicycle Race Prize, New Bicycle Tire Sack Race Prizes, Football, Catcher's Mit, Pair of Shoes Report for entry in the above events at the race track immediately after the parade." The pries are now on display in the window of the Charles Mann Store on Main street. Remember Parade Starts at 9 A. M. Sharp If you are in it, be on the common at 8.30 As and Added Attraction on the Fair Grounds A Radion Car Will Broadcast Concerts and Time Throughout the Day. Two Real Ball Gaines Assured DON'T MISS EITHER ONE OF THEM Brattleboro Post, No. 5, American Legion HQ IB SB sH SEES TUF1 A nPF&IH THE BEST EQUIPPED LITTLE THEATRE IN NEW ENGLAND The House of Bigger, Better Pictures Excellent Music. Good Scats, Fine Ventilation, Ice Cooled, Excellent Projection Today Presents The Sweetest Star of the Screen ALICE CALHOUN IN HER LATEST VITAGRAPH PRODUCTION "The Girl in His Room 99 It was a SONG that attracted him, a VOICE that held him, a GIRL that enchanted him. Strong cast, capa ble direction, picturesque sets mark this production as one of merit. Story of Life's queer twists has human appeal. Extra Western, Topics of the Day and Aesop Fables Overture, "Light Cavalry," by Von Suppe, played at the organ by Mr. Ernest Houde. Matinee 2.30. Children 10c, 17c; Adults 22c, 28c Evening 7 and 8.50. Children 10c, 17c; Adults 28c MONDAY AND TUESDAY PRESENTS THE FUNNIEST COMEDY OF THE SCREEN ID IE II ID m is Monday and Tuesday .cess Theatre Special Holiday Attraction The picture that has Won everyone's heart jg jt Too Muck usmess 55 VITII AN ALL STAR CAST Don't Neglect Your Business Though love occupies your attention and you are wrapped in your thoughts, don't neglect to keep the wheel revolving so that the grain may be ground and that harpi ness remains in the love nest. "I'VE PUT THE DEAL OVER!" He arrived late in the office and the proprietor, who regarded punctuality as one of the ten commandments, had fired him. Then came the thunderbolt. The young had sprung a deal which his boss had. been struggling with for a year. ALSO MACK SENNETT SUPER COMEDY On Patrol" News Overture Sport Review TUESDAY m m n HI hi - a m fimKKJcw h 6 - -LD.ill mm S'll J . 1 M 1 1 : r 1 :t- i' sr- 'J"-J""11-M ;r;! ?4. i !bf m 1- VA Jrom FRANCES HODGSON BUQNETTS Jamous .store crrMADm rv ' DJAD' McrMn f r' ri inrrrv,riArii tv nv n rni re nnci im' A child's heart in pawn A mother's heart in suspense A proud . man's j heart chastened fsl 0 IS m m 1 i 'MiCiiljiiiili'. 1U I is to be found in this production in which Miss Pickford plays a dual role, that of "Dearest' and "Lord Fauntleroy, her sot -the most h man, the most wonder ful of all Pickfordpro- jj duciionj. Regardless of the expense of this attraction, it will be shown at the reg fllar admission. Three shows daily, one matinee, two $ach evening, 7 and 9 o'clock. I All I St Mi Yimrn. mix Admission: Matinee Children 10c, Adults 20c Evening Children 15c, Adults 28c lib Ml mil n H H EmI ri D IE a 03 fa Li s 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 Save 20 Per Cent On Your Toll Galls Make your calls on a station-to-station basis that is, for a number, or for the -.listed name of a ; subscriber, as shown below but it saves time to give the number if you know it: Bangor 3265 W. Robinson Machine Co., Springfield, Mass. Anyone. Residence of Joseph Brown, Bur lington, Vt. Anyone. John Smith, Pittsfield, Mass. Anyone. If you do not know the number wanted, tell the toll operator you will talk with "Anyone" at the ad dress given. You can talk with "anyone" you wish when the connection is made. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY R. J. ELDRIDGE, Manager j Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt I a - es im a ri'-W-v' nil : 1 Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffner & Marx ,' A GREAT TIME TO BUY Men's and Young Men's Suits .. , AT CLEARANCE PRICES Men's and Youngr lien's $25.00 Suits. . . . $19.50 oNIen's and Young lien's $30.00, Suits. . . . $24.50 JVIen's and Young JMen's $35 and $10 Suits, $29.50 " Glen's and Young Men's $15.00 Suits. . . . $32.50 3Ien's and Young Men's $50.00 Suits. . . $35.00 These price reductions come to you at a time when woolen prices are advancing all over the world. The proposed tariff is forcing prices up. We've forced our prices down to clear our stock and get ready for Fall goods . Here are the greatest values you'll find anywhere in fine clothes. Golf Suits, Business Suits, Double and Single v. Breasted , Sport Suits, 2-, 3-, 4-button Suits, Serges, Mixtures, Club Checks All the good colors, fabrics and styles for men of every size and figure. SPECIAL LOT OF 1 i Men's and Young Men's Suits I I Regularly sold at $15, $18 and $20 Includ- I j ing a good assortment of tweeds, serges and J i fancy mixtures. Sizes up to 42. a Choice Now $10 a S B f!N!Httlii0 3 13 . i aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa