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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1922.
Low Priced? You Said It! Old Doc Whitcomb used to say he didn't know much about kids' diseases. When in doubt he brought cn fits and he had a darned good cute f or ts! . May, be rail, right; with kids but when a man really wants a low-priced battery we don' t try ro cure him! Wc'just sell him a CW Battery (Wood Separator) the best, longest-lived low-priced battery that cap possibly be made. We're selling lots of 'em. Sizes for all cars. Price : for 6-volt, 11 -plate, L. L. Whitney 47 Elm Street - Representing UtiUard Batteries (THREADED RUESER INSULATION) and B&tteries (YGOI SEPARATORS) HIGHWAYMEN TAKE AUTO FROM TOURISTS Robbery Near Danville Another Car Loaded With Canadian Booty Captured. DANVILLE. Oct. 14. A party of Connecticut tourists were held up by two highwaymen at the point of revolvers on the Roosevelt trail just west of here yes terday forenoon, relieved of their money and told to walk down the road. The two bandits then got into the ear. of their victims and disappeared. The tourist, all of New Haven, are Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Warner, Mrs. W. (1. Bushncll and Mrs. C. 1. Koosky. At :i nearby crossing they flagged a St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain train and were carried to St. Johnsbury. Later in the day an automobile contain ing loot from a store in (iranby. Can., driven by a third bandit, was captured Ly officers between Pea chain and Dan ville. The .young man refused to give his name, but admitted that he and one of the others came from Worcester, Mass. wjiilo the third was from Granby. t i lie car was tilled wan valuable turs, 1 silks and fine dress goods. The entire ! 'iitiit and the prisoner were taken to St. ! .!',! nsbury. The ether robbers are still i free.- that the two other men who were with McGreavy stole another machine regis tered in Connecticut and went toward Massachusetts. ' GRACE CROFTON BEST SPELLER IN STATE Driver Stole Fitchburg Auto. FITCIIBTTRG, Mass., Oct. 11. Chief of Police Thomas J. Godiey received word from St. Johnsbury, Vt.v last night that Edward McGreavy. 20. claiming to live at 10 Ashland street. Worcester, had been arrested there, charged with steal ing an automobile valued at ,$1,000 the property of Francis L. P.all. superintend ent of the Fitcliburg Gas ami Electric Light Co. The machine, it is alleged, was stolen- in this city Oct. 7. There were three men concerned in the theft. According to the word from St. Johnsbury, the men were using the auto mobile to make trips to Canada. The police say that the men had broken into several stoirs in Canada and "stolen silks and furs. There were some silks in the machine when it was recovered. The St, Johnsbury police allege lso Wins Contest at State Teachers' Conven tion Attendance of 1,735 at St. Johnsbury. ST. JOHNSBURY, Oct. 14. All pre vious records of enrollment at the 'Ver mont State Teachers' association were smashed when a total membership of 1,7."." was announced yesterday morning. At the bampiet of the Vermont Women Teachers' duV Miss Ella Frank lin of Rutland presided. Mrs. James Riu-khnm of Burlington was toastmaster. The address of welcome by Miss Gris wold of St. Johnsbury was responded to by Miss Caroline Woodruff of Cactleton. The speakers were Dorothy Canfield Fish"r of Arlington. Miss Elizabeth Hall of Minneapolis and Miss Katherine 1). Blake of New York.x At the banquet of the Schoolmasters' club. K II. Clouse of Richmond presided. The speakers included William McAn drew of New York and Dr. Wallace At v ood of Clark university, Worcester. The state spelling contest, which was toth written and oral, took three hours before a decision could be reached. Miss (race Crofton of the Judevine Memorial school jn Concord was th winner against 27 competitors and is the holder of the state cup for the coming year. LAWSON'S GOODS SELL. WELL. TODAY PRINCESSllffK THEATRE CHARLES J0MES Etili A picture which de mands hard riding, quick shooting, fierce fighting and ardent wooing. It deals with ranch life in Arizona and is well packed with stirring incident and stirring incidents and fascinating romance. 5 - J. Alb VV1IC5 . : Fox Comedy "Adventures of Robinson Crusoe" ' Matinee 2.30"; Admission: Children 10c, Adults 20c f Evening 7 md 8.45. Children 15c, Adults 28c . IMONDAY and TUESDAY Iff & jf(WA - T JESSE L. LSK presents Gloria as a Parisian dancer who wins fame and love after many temptations. More la vish in gowns and set tings than "Beyond the Rocks." A brilliant supporting cast, head ed by DAVID POWELL i v A Sam Wood Production By Anne Nichols 'Adopted to the screen by Elmer Karris and Percy Heath "Blood COMING an Delieved Receipts at Auction Will -More than I'ay His Indebtedness. DOSTO.V, Oct. 14. Thomas W. Law-1 son, financier, author, philanthropist and j retired sportsman, often declared that ; "Friday, the 13th," was his luckiest day, j The trustees of Dreannvold. Lawson's noted estate in the Egypt district of Scituate, last nifiht. after the close of the second day's public auction sales at Dreamwold. announced that they now have reason to believe that the total re ceipts from the sales of personal prop erty and real estate at Egypt will be larjie enough not only to pay all Mr. Lawson's debts, but to leave him a sub stantial sum in addition. Official estimates yesterday at Dream wold on the total receipts from the sales indicated that the prand'fotal may be approximately :200,IHK). If the estimate is reasonable then the trustees' ftelief that the total receipts will pay all Law- ' 33 C Ao 3 ( . . 47 -.3, ; . e 23 . ; . it BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL sons ueois and Jeave a tuly sum over, would indicate that his total debts are much less than $-0.0H), which was the sni unofficially reported. The auction will be continued today, and yesterday the trustees intimated that other public sales will be held later. CJKAIJLE LOSES OFFICE. Tommv saw me from the fence, Didn't have to pay ten cents. Draw from one to two and so on to the end. CHURCH NOTICES. Swedish Lutheran church. Key. O. E. Cassling pastor. Sunday at 10.LU) a. m.. morning service, followed by Sunday school: 7..'50 p m., evening service. Fri day efening at S o'clock, meeting of the Ladies Aid society. Turned Down by Maintenance of Way Men He Held from Strike. DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 14. Over throw of E. F. Gralde of Detroit as grand president of the International Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes and Railway Shop Laborers, and announcement by his suAessor, F. II. Fljozdal of Dauphin. Man., that a new demand '"for improved work in 5 con ditions and a living wage'' would be made by the organization upon the I'nited State, railway , labor board, marked yesterday's sessions of the broth erhood's triennial convention here. President Orable. credited with having averted a strike of the 4'R),(M)() raihvav maintenance men of the country last summer, after they htjd voted over whelmingly in favor of joining the shop mpr.s' walkout, was defeated bv more than 3.00-- votes out of a total' of ap proximately NJ.O0O. (ach delegate casting as many votes as there were members in the local union here represented. The new president and other ofitcrrs will be installed before the convention ends, probably early next week. niCII WINS LIIIEL SLIT. - t - 1 .ii. I... Gets Damages 0f $,-,500 in Settlement Cut of Court. COXCOUD, X. II.. Oct. 14. The is.'UiOO libel snit of ex-State Siiator Ciarle1? L. Rich of Jaffroy against a .Huston newspaper, which has-been on trial in the I'nited States District court here th:s week, was settled out of -ourt esterday. the plaintiff receiving $.".."( M. The basis of the alleged libel was the ,:mpli-aMon by the new.-paper in question that Senator Rich, was connected with the murder of Dr. W. K. Dean in Jef frey in IMS. The court records show the following stipulation in regard to settlement: "The defendant agrees that it does not charge ard never did intend to charge that tin plaintiff was criminally implicated in the death of said I Van. DIMMEKSTON. Mrs. Xelsm Evans of Putney is visit ing her sister. Mrs. Emma Downs. According to recent measurements hk"ii on the common, the altitude at that place is .S70 feet. . The home nursing class, which wis to have met Wednesday,- was again post poned on' account of the absence of Miss Helen Sanderson- in Burlington. Mist Helen PI vans has gone to Bridge port, 'onn., to be for a month under the care of Dr. Williams of that place. Miss Evans went Oct. " and is staying at fill Fairfield avenue. Miss Grace Ilolbrook Iits presented the community library with an edition of the (-ncydopedia Brittanica and about y,0 miscellaneous volumes, a gift which is greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Luight-on. accompanied by Miss Mildred Taft, Miss Nina Wood and Miss Acnes Raws--went Thursday bv automobile to St. Johnsbury to attend the Vermont teach ers' convention. They expected to arrive there by 2 o'clock, in time for the state spelling contest in which Miss Rawson was to take part. JAMAICA. Sam Cheney went to New York Satur day. Waley Newell is plastering the Ma sonic hall. Mr. Sellers was in Brattleboro one day recently. R. J. Daggett has a new Studebaker Special-six car. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. Frank Rush Wednesday. William Tarsons was in Wardsboro one day last week. Mrs. Lucy Kellogg of Brattleboro was in town this week. L. R. Soper and family visited at E. E. Bemis's last week. Mr. and. Mrs. Martin Gleason were in Brattleboro Thursday. John Light foot and Reuben Grout have new automobiles. Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Daggett motored to South Vernon Sunday. Miss Florence Stark .is attending school in Walpol, X II. Judge E. L. Waterman was at Mrs. Agnes Woleott's last week. Mrs. William Edwards is visiting her father, Ed Stark, several days. Mrs. JSvlvia Fame or J-anrtgrove is son. spending a few days at Harry doughs. Miss Ina Allen was home from her school in Brattleboro over the week-end. Ofr. and Mrs. Harry Clough visited his brother in New Haven over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. ,W. Butler visited their son. Wayne, at Newport Sunday. Mrs. Mark Melan entertained her nurents, Mr. and Mrs. Dibble ot .ow York. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shumway visited in Springfield ami West field, Mass., last week. Mrs. Boynton. milliner, of South Lon donderry was at the hotel Monday and Tuesday. Horace Mehuron is verj ill. Mr. and Mrs. Leon l'ike of Newfaue are here car ing for him. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and two children of Rockport are guests at. the Jamaica House. . Five women from here attended the district meeting of, the Eastern Star in Iudlow last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hamilton and Mrs. Bent attended the Grange fair in Wardsboro last week. Mr. and Mrs. David Orowniushield of Depew, X, Y., were at Alfred C'rownin shield's a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stark are send ing a few weeks' vacation in New. Hamp shire and Massachusetts. . Mrs. Nellie Medbury and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Johnson were in New Hamp shire the first of the week. Mrs. Marcus rrowninshield enter tained her aunt, Mrs. Alice Kendall of Florida fiom Friday to Monday. Mrs. W. E. Booker has gone to her home in Worcester for the winter. Dr. Ylooker came up to return with her. Miss Blanche Brigham of Minnesota and Mr. Bruce of Townshend called at George Clarke's the first of the week. A. !. Stark moved tlie Adams mill tnd portable house to Jamaica village. P'rom here it will be taken to Locks Village, Mass. . Mrs. Will Clark, who has been caring for Mrs. Huntley Sprngue, has been called home because of the illness of her daughter. Ernest Martin and family spent a few days this week with friends in Chester. Mr. Cobleigh is in town on insurance business. Mr. Hibbard, artist from Boston, has returned1 to Jamaica again this autumn ' and is copying some of nature's wonder- tul beauty. Mrs. Austin Lackey and Mrs. Edgar Soper of Brattleboro", who have been at II. O. Emerson's several days, have returned home. - Wallace Crowninshield's little daugh ter, Delia, who ha been seriously ill, is more comfortable. Dr. O. V, Hefflon is attending her. Mrs. Leone Kierce and 3Irs. Annie Melendy were at II. I. Boynton's and attended the Benefit tea at Mrs. E. O. Allen's p-riday. Miss Doane of Boston, who has been in town for her health and boarding at Harry dough's several weeks, returned home this week. Wallace Crowninshield and family, Marcus Crowninshield and family and Mrs. P'mma Castle and baby visited at 1. C. Stark's in Grafton last week. The missionary auxiliary will hold a covered dish supper at the Congrega tional church parlors Wednesday after noon. The auxiliary from South Lon donderry have been invited. William Chenev and son. Harold, of Walpole, Mrs. Mat tie Crosby and Mrs. Irances Bemis of Brattleboro and Mrs. Civilization depends upon character. i Marcia Morton of Newfane were recent' credit, and reputation. guesstsiit Wales . Cheney's. -, ' Charles A. Smith and Philip Putnam left yesterday on a business trip to Syra cuse, N. Y. Mrs. Fred Bailey and son of West Meriford. Mass.; are visiting Dr. and Mrs. G. i Barber. . Wlater p. Hubbard, publisher of the Gardner. Mass., News, visited "in town ever last night. vMrs. Joseph Fenton and daughter and Miss Plavin of Bellows Palls were visit ors in town yesterday. PI. J. Guthrie of New London, Conn., was in town yesterday on business, re turning this morning. Mrs. W. Buell Perry has been substi tuting .as teacher in the high school this week, taking classes in Latin. Miss Irene Cooper and brother, How ard Cooper, of Greenfield are visiting friends in town over Sunday. Mrs. I-dward Schultz of Wilmington has been visiting here this week with her mother, Mrs. Lilliam M. Pike. Edward Duggan of the IIolsfein-Frie-s'.an association offices began a two seeks vacation from his work today. Mr. and Mrs. pnest Reed and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. VanPelt of New York are spending a few days at the Phelps farm. Jrs. George W. Chase of Orange, Mass., is visiting in town with her sister, .Mrs. Arvine Pike of South Main street. Miss Mildred O'Connor and Mrs. P. R. Heffron have returned from Belcher town, Mass., where they visited several days. Miss Hazel Chase, teacher in the' Wil mington high school, is spending the week-end at her home on Western ave nue. F. L. Houghton and Houghton Seav erns returned last night from St. Paul where they went to attend the national dairy show. Fred P. Vial, who came to attend the funeral of Miss Nellie T. Eddy, returned yesterday to his home in Groton Long Point,' Conn. Miss Mildred Porter, of the Holstein Friesian Register Co.'s otfiee went today to her home in AVardsboro to remain until Monday. Mrs. Thomas Cull and Mrs. John An derson will come today from Cambridge, X. ., to visit in the home of their sister, Mrs. Julius J. Estey. Mrs. John Gennng of Amherst, Mass., who has been visiting here a week with 'er son, John Genung, jr., will return tomorrow to her home. Miss Pauline Johnson, who is em ployed by the -Ilolstein-PViesian associa tion, will begin a week's vacation today at her home in South Londonderry. Miss Olive Jones will have a vacation of two weeks, beginning today. She will spend the last" week with friends in Springfield, Mass., and West Willington. Miss Helen Childs will finish work for the Holstein-Priesian association today. She will Jake a position in the office of the BrnTfleboro Memorial hospital begin ning -uonuay. James G. Crump of the Vermont In- j vestment corporation office in the Ameri can building is expected to return today from a several days business trip in the northern part of the state. Mrs. Minnie Chapman of Hudson street, who underwent an operation two weeks ago in the Melrose hospital by Dr. V.. R. Lynch, is doing well and her com plete recovery is expected. - ; rU Harry liar low went today to New port. X. II.. to take charge of the Hough ton & Simonds store during the absence of Walter Ilalladay, who is having a few weei;s vacation during the hunting sea- Princess Pat Relief Week October 16 to 21 This next week will be PRINCESS PAT Relief Week all overthe world where Walk-Over shoes are sold.' Watch The Reformer for ads. telling more about these wonderful shoes. A nice sheep skin shoe polisrier will be given away with each pair of Walk-Over shoes sold this next week. " BALDWIN'S BOOT SHOP Fred F. Clark, Prop. 34 Main 36-W HALL & FARWELL "A GOOD TLACE TO EAT" ' We offer this week for qur Sunday Night Specials Fresh Lobster Salad Chicken Salad Apple Pie and Ice Cream Hot Waffles, Maple Syrup Steak, Chops, Eggs, etc., to order SATURDAY ONLY SchraftTs Blue Banner Chocol ates. . 39 lb. BBS Mrs. O. E. Butterfield. who had been spending the summer at her summer homo at Colton hike, on the Hudson, is a guest of Mrs. Eric Lamlrv. She also will visit Mrs. C. C. Fitts and Mrs. C. L. Stickney while in town. Mrs.- J. C. Kuhner of Middletown, Conn., who had been visiting here in the homo of her son. I Pennon Kuhner. left this morning for her home. Her son will accompany her as far as Springfield. Mrs. Kuhner plans to leave next week for P'lorida, where she will sjend the winter. WIIITIXGHAM. Mrs. Cora B. Gould is visiting rela tives in town. Mrs. L. II. Sawyer entertained a party of women at whist at her home Saturday afternoon. Houghton Sawyer started , for Wheel ing. W. Va.. Monday. G. II. Wheeler has had electric lights installed in his building-using the Delco lighting system. Mr. and Mrs,- Ilarrie B. diase of Brattleboro were guests at L. II. Saw yer's over Sunday. y Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Newell of Wol laston, Mass.. - have been spending the past week with Mrs. Newell's sister. Mrs. Arthur Kingsley. They returned to visit relatives in Shelburne Palls, Mass., Tuesday. , The Ladies' Benevolent society met with Mrs. II. A. Wheeler Thursday aft ernoon, about 20 being present. They sewed on bedquilts, for which they have had orders. The society will serve a supper in the Church vestry Wednesday evening. Mrs. Risky and Mrs. Carl Jillson will have charge. di?.lmi:rston hill. Will Conant of Brnttleboro is helping in the fall work at the B-'tterlev home stead. Mi-s Ruth Stockwell and Miss Eve lyn P' is her of Brattleboro walked to the Betterley homestead, remaining over Thursday night. They walked from there yesterday to the home of Miss Stockwell's aunt. Mrs. Bertha AVliita ker. in Townshend. They plan to return to Brattleboro this afternoon. Clifford S'orkwell of Mount Kisco. X. Y.v was here this week looking after his cottage and calling on friends and rela tives. He went from hen to South Had ley, Mass.. planning to leave there to- il-iy with ins wife and baby, who had been visiting his sister, to return to their home. . ANNOUNCING iThe Vermont Radio The radio season is now on. Are you one of the thousands of enthusiasts who are being entertained with the wonderful nightly programs n&wr available? There is literally "music in the air." One can enjoy, at the mere tunihiff of a knob, a program to suit any taste whether for jazz or grand opera. And it may cost less than you "think. If interested in radio, ask us, whether you intend to buy a set now or not. We have an interesting book called "Radio Enters the. Home.' It will lie mailed to you for thirty-five cents and contains a wealth of valuable information about radio. We offer you, at no extra expense, the services and advice of a licensed radio expert, with four years experience in the manufacture, installation, and operation of commercial radio apparatus. At a time when the market is flooded with goods "made to sell," it will not pay you to take chances. Whether you contemplate the purchase of a set or the materials to make one, we can be of service to you. Call or write and ask us to tell rou about it. The Vermont Radio Co, 42 FLAT STREET BRATTLEBORO. VT. a MM mm 1 KkM A s g fZ -S iV Wat Ci- Isl TV )( rtfi - ;':'. liifi 17 J TV : ;H- H : : -J-V .VV .) SVIL MVi '.'I ",c ' L-' AV HI a a a a 9 a a a a There is no time better than novr, to get that Old Harness repaired cr we will make a new one in a short notice. There is no time you can get this work done as cheaply as when the horses are not in use. . 95-97 Main Street L. R. H. WAGNER Brattleboro, -Vt. Phone 1121-W f s 7 i fi I-1 f s a a a a a a a a a a a a a