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' THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER.' MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1022.
8 VAST AUDIENCE AT HYMN SERVICE Hundreds Have to Kemain Standing in . Northfiehl " Auditorium 100 or More from Here Attend. Many lirattleboro persons, probably 'UK) or more,' motored to Xorthticbl, Mass.. yesterday to attend the hymn .service by the siulenl. of Northfield seminary and Mount Hernion school in the Auditorium. cJ wwf . very deeply impressed. The chorus numbered nearly i.MNl voices, about equally divided be tween the youujr v oiuen f the seminary and the youn iiicii of Mount Hernion, and they were directed by Nelson 1'. Cof !in of Keeue, whose work a usual was wonderfully fine. P.esides the voices ther were two pianos, a pipe organ and an orchestra, the instrumental music be ing rendered by the faculty of the mu sic department. After the vesper prelude, which con sisted of several selections rendered with out intermission, some in different party of the building out of sight of the audi- nee. the following hymns were ren dered : Onward Christian Soldiers; Fierce Itaged the Tempest; He Is Mine; O Could 1 Speak; Christ Arose; Peace, Perfect Peace : I'm a Piljjrjui ; Hallelu jah. What a Saviour; Nearer. My God. to -Then (unaccompanied: Wonderful Grace; Coronation, the audience joining. The great auditorium was tilled to its capacity and several hundred had to re main standing. ELECTRICITY BY RADIO. Inventor Predicts Wireless Transmission of Power from Niagara to New York. NEW YORK. Oct. 1C. The success of a Hi-hour test of electron tubes in place of large alternators in transmitting wireless telegraph messages across the Atlantic from the Radio Corporation plant at Rocky Point. E. I., has led Dr. E. 1 W. Alexanderson. chief engineer of the corporation and inventor of the alternators which will soon be sup planted by the tubes. tt predict that the transmission of power from Niagara to New York through the air by means of the tubes was a possibility of the future. The possibilities of power 'transmission by the new tubes lias tir:'d the imagina tion of scientists in the General Electric laboratories, and for some time they have ft It that wireless transmission of power might come to pass in the future. JADKREWSKI COMING RACK. Sails fr America Oct. 21 Tj Tour Principal Cities. GENEVA. Oct. IC Ignace J. Pad erewski will sail for the I'nited States iroin Havre Oct. lil t resume his pub lic appearance as a pianist, giving a se ries of concerts in the principal Ameri can cities. Jilney Service South Londonderry Brattlcboro Week Days Standard Time Orders may be left at Rrattleboro Drug Co.. Tel. 5G0, or at Riverside Inn, South Londonderry. LEAVE So. Londonderry, Riverside Inn.. Rawsonville Corners Jamaica, Allen House E. .Jamaica, Wardsboro Jitney.. W. Townshend, Grout & Dean's Sror Townshend. Phillips' Store Newfane. Eames Store A Vest Dummerston, fcfore Arrive Brattleboro Dru Co LEAVE P.rattleboro Drug Co Rrattleboro Station West Dummerston. Store Nesvf.iiie, Ilamcs' Store Townshend, Phillips' Store W. Townshend, Grout & Deane's E. Jamaica. Wardsboro Jitney .. Jamaica, Allen House Ra vvnoii ville Corners , Arrive So. Londonderry. 11. Inn. Car will meet northbound and A. M. . S.0O . 8.20 . 8.40 . S.50 , 0.00 . 0.20 . 0.40 10.10 lO.MIt P. M. 00 r, in i . coo . 0.20 . 0.40 . o.rui I . 7.on! . 7.2.1 . 7.::o south- i Imund trains daily. Auto trips with Hud Km and Essex cars at -eu!esr 5S5 HEliaaaasasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaSOSl 1 DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY 1 11 a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa For men and women, shoes and oxfords are awaiting your inspection. These shoes are known for their fit and wearing qualities the country over. Once used, always used. Miss Havues Oxford The DUNHAM CATCH ALLEGED MURDERER 11 YEARS AFTER 'CRIME. LCMDERTON, X. C, Oct. 16. After wandering 'over the country and keeping his Identity from the police for 44 years, Joseph V. Kemp, airoted at St. Augustine. Fla.. last month, charged with killing Daniel E. McNeil! near Red Springs on Aug. !.", IJS7S, and brought here for trial, is now at liberty under bonds and is visiting relatives in Piid'n ounty, whom he had not seen in al most half a century. The Robeson county grand jury in November, 1HS, returned a true bill against Kemp charging murder. Kemp claimed self-defense. PITNEY. Mrs. George Whitney of Colorado is visiting Mrs. Norman Whitney at Twin Farms a few days. Grace Whitney o Hellows Falls also visited from Thurs day until Sunday there. Mrs. Alice Present t and Mrs. Emma IJoyuton of Rrattleboro spent Saturday with Mrs. Jew-eft J. Knight. Charlotte Kingsbury has returned from a weeks' vacation spent in Dover, N. H. There will be a Ladies' Aid society meeting tomorrow afternoon. James Stearns of Rrattleboro visited his aunt. Mrs. (J. T. Aplin, from Thurs day to Saturday. His parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Walter S. Stearns spent Saturday at the Aplin home. Perley Lovell is working at 'Parker's garage. E. E. Iilood bought last week of L. E. Lovell of Hellows Falls a registered Guernsey cow, three years old. 'Ail Rose of Washawtuc, and her eight-months-old bull calf H.'S Lovell Park SuiR-rb. Mr. and Mrs. P.. E. Knight and daugh ter. Ruth and Miss Downing spent the week-end with Mr. Knight's cousin. Dr. J. W. Pa tcli. , Mr. and Mrs. True. Mrs. Harry Colby nndx Frank Ruswell of Amesbury, Mass.. and Mr. and Mrs. A'vin Graves of-Rutland spent the week-end at L. V. Fuller's. C. A. Poland and daughters. Mary and Clarice, have returned from a short, trip to Roston. up into Maine and back through the White Mountains. In their absence, their housekeeper, Mrs. Rose Clark visited in Itelmont. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fisher of Saxtons River spent Sunday with Mrs. Helen A. Frouty. Miss Alta Oooley and Miss Ethel Fol lette returned Saturday from St. Jons bury, where they attended the teachers convention. Miss Cora belie Wheeler re mained at her home in Wolcott until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Rraley, Mr. and Mrs. John Walters, and Mrs. Spaulding of Roxbury, Mass.. called at the Rraley home on West lliir Sunday. They were .n their way home from a several days' trip through the White mountains. Local residents are wondering if the s-heriff knows whether anyone is looking moonshine up in the llannum meadow. L. P. Fuller's herd of cattle visited there last week ami became so intoxicated that they onlv now are 'jeg'nning to get sobered up. What little milk they have given has been in great demand, and A. D. Taylor has had much trouble to buy enough milk in town for diluting it in order to anywhere near supply the wants ot his customers. Vernon Williams and family of Rrat t'elxiro spent Sum'av with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. G." Williams. Hazel Townshend is spending sever;)' ibivs with her grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Albert F. Townshend. D. W. Patterson spent Sunday at E. E. Patterson's. - E. C. Temple has finished work for the D. J. Smith Corp. and. returned to 'his home in Rutland. A. C. Kile, who has been in charge of the dowel machine for the 1 . J. Smith Corn, the past jear, has finished work there. .Mrs. Miranda Whitman is staving sev Mrs. Addie Roberts. II s;eei;il meeting of the era I weeks with Then- will be : ''o'd; ii ule I. dee evening. k t. IS. of Masons Wednesday There" will be work in the Master 1 rot hers are Mason degree, specially invited. Visiting Stetson Shoes A shoe that gives perfect satisfaction in both ease and dur ability. Family Shoe 22 STARTERS IN TEST. (Continued Irom Page One) The first leg of the ride they will travel due south, passing through Winooski. St. George, Hinesburg, Monkton, New Haven Junction and -Middlebury, where they will stop for the noonday feeding. Continuing on in the afternoon, they will pass through Cornwall, Whiting and Sud bury to l'.randon, the first night rendez vous. The second day's run will take the horses north again, through Forestdale, Salisbury, East Middlebury and Hristol, where they will get the noon feed, then on through Starksboro. Rookville, Hines burg. St. George and back to Fort Ethan Allen to spend the ni;ht. Wednesday morning they will pass through Essex Junction. Rrookside, Fair fax, Cambridge, Cambridge Junction, to .Teffersonville (noon-dav stool, and on throuirh Inderhill. Riverside. Essex! Junction and back to Darlington. Thurs dav's course will extend through Willis- ton. Jonesville. Richmond. ISolton to AVa- j terbury. and in the atternoon the lnvrses will return over the same course to ISur lington. The last day's run wilL be along the shore of Lake Champlain. north to St. Albans for the noon-day feeding. On the return to Uurlington ami the finish of the ride, the horses will p.-o-s from St. Albans through Georgia ami Milton, ami back to Fort Ethan Allen, where they will be weighed and stabled for the night. They will b" judged early Oct. 21. .7. Gtrner West of Oarnerville. N. ., a member of the board of judges on the 1021 ride, is serving again, following the policy of havinf one niemlier -hold over each vear it chairman. Ho nice P.. Hare of Philadelphia and Henry L. Rell of liayside. N. Y.. are the other judges. DAY OF AMNESTY PASSED. Iiish Military Authorities Can Punish Offenders with Death. DT'PLTN. Oct. 10 (Associated Press Tin Free State government's offer of amnesty upon their surrender for persons illegally bearing arms, holding stolen property.' or retaining premises unlaw fully occupied, expired at midnight, .Re ginning today the military authorities are empowered to punish . offenders w ith death. deportation, imprisonment or fine and the constitution of new courts to deal with such offenses can proceed forth with. Limited Knowledge "What kind of people are those who iave just moved In next door to you?" isked Mrs. Guilder. "Oil, I never talk ibout my neighbors." replied Mrs. tlerdso. "All I know about them ia that their stuff atne in one toad, that only one of the heuV-teuds has any brass on it. most of the furniture looks old. there's six in the family, the children are all boys, they have two tlos. the man is about twenty years older than the woman, they bad a squabble with the driver of the van when they se'Med with h!in and theli uame is Smith." Pittsburg!: Chroaicle Telegruph. JITNEY Between East Dover and Brattleboro Leave East Dover . Leave So. Newfane Leave Williamsville Arrive Rrattleboro . . 7.00 a. m. . . 7 .HO a. in. . . 7.4." a, in. . . 8.13 a? m. . . 4.00 p. m. . . 4.30 p. m . . 4.4.' p. m. . . 5.15 p. m. Drug Store Leave Arrive Arrive Arrive Lea ve or Rrattleboro Williamsville So. Newfane . . . East Dover orders at Thomas's Telephone. East Dover 011-2. ARTHUR AMSDEN A brain's interest. When partnerships are dissolved by death, the brain power of the deceased is not appraised. Life insurance reeog nizes the value lost and pays a cash equivalent. Consult ns on Business ln-s'lr-tiice. National Life 1ns. Co.. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES, Special Agent. The Marco Store y y UNCLE SAM AND GOLF. The Government Is Giving Away Rent Grass for Greens. With the ancient ame of yolf be coming more widely played and the num ber of courses increasing rapidly, the United States department of agriculture, in connection with itJ general work on grasses, is givinjr attention to the selec tion of special strains of grasses adapted to the requirements of t lie dinks. That this work may be most ell'eotive the de partment is co-operatintr with the United States Golf association, and several specialists in the bureau of plant indus try were appointed members of the Weens committee of that association. A great deal of eit'ort has been wasted in the building op of golf courses be cause of a lack of understanding of the different kinds of grasses and the meth ods of establishing a turf. Many men interested tn the game have oeen the vic tims of seed fakers and self-styled ex- , perts. As a result goiters have wei"ome;l information tin the subject from the de partment, and clubs in manv parts of the country have called on the depart ment for advice and information. This fall a number of greens are being put in on course.) at .Columbus and Akron, Ohio, and a demonstration green on a course at Chicago. The best results are obtained hv the department with pure strain" of creepiim bent, a grass of uniform color and tex ture and resistant to wear. These strains have been selected and increased on the department experiment farm at Arlington. Virginia, and are now grown commercially bv two or three compa nies. These strains ot bent grass are - n by the vee-tnt've method instca-' of from' seed that is. the stalons, or runner, are cut uu and spread upon the urei'itd vh re a turf is desired. The grass is nrst. grown in nurserv rows to obtain the increase needed for planting the i-iwiis. To irive golf elo'. a start of this gras the department will furnish enouyh stolons to plant, five or six linear f of nurserv row. In one year 'f well handled this will produce enough increase to nhtnt five average golf greens. This fall such starts of "'rass are being furnished to oO clubs Gra-- was sent to about the same num ber last year. No Happiness In Idleness. There is a working class strong and happy among both rich and poor; there Is an Idle class weak, wicked, miserable among ! r-ch and Por. Ruskin. 0 Today P riiicess Theatre 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 dazzling love drama 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 Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 20c' Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 28c 66 an's R WW a a a Urn M ''Blood MARRIAGES. In Greenlield, Mass.,' Oct. 14, by Rev. Dr. A. I. Pratt, Cabot Fayette Ruruham and .Miss Lucy Edna Walbridge, both of Rrattleboro. - . - In Arlington, Mass., Oct. 14; by Rev. Don Ivan-Patch of Arlington and Rev. David Eraser of West Somerville. Mass., Dcweose Ware DeWitt of Rrattleboro and Miss Eleanor Alice Randall of Ar lington. In IFoosick Falls, X. Y.. Oct. 14. Rob ert Pettis Thayer and Miss Ruth Ann Foss, both of Rrattleboro. , deaths.; In Rrattleboro, Oct. 1.1. Grace Amelia r.assingthwaigiit, - months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. IJassing thwaight. In Wilmington. Oct. 14, Mrs. Viola Miller Stearns. 7- of Rrooklyn, X. Y widow of Charles E. Stearns. " JITNEY Winchester-Brattleboro Leaves Fields' Drug Store, Hinsdale 8.30 a. m. 1.45 p. m. Leaves Powers Drug Store, Winchester 8 a. m., 1.15 p. vcu Leaves Root's Pharmacy, RrUleboro, return trip. j 1050 a. m.. 4.20 p. m. ! W. W. IIODGMAN. Mgr. Phone 88 Automobile Service . Run on Eastern Standard Time Townshend and Brattleboro DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 1st trip 2d trip LEA G a.m. Townshend, Duckett's Store, 7.4." Newfane Inn, S.00 a. m. I2.:u 12.o0 p. m. l..- 3. 'JO 3.40 Williamsville Station. S.10 West Dummerston Store, 8.20 Arrive Rrattleboro, S.4." LEAVE Rrattleboro, Root's Phar'cy, 10.1." 4.1 ." West Dummerston Store, 10.X . 4..".." Williamsville Station, 10.f"5 4.50 Newfane Inn. 11.10 5.1 0 Arrive Townshend, 11.25 5.25 Order Rook at Root's Pharmacy, Rrattleboro. Vt. I. S. SAYRE, TOWNSHEND, VT. Telephone, Newfane 34-31 We handle trunks and erpress. Trucking and cars for hire. Extra trips bevvoud Townshend at reasonable rates. J and Tomorrow that reveals the -sensational Comedy Pathe News WEDNESDAY Law and COMING and A project has been launched for a gen eral headquarters 'building for all wom en's organizations in San' Francisco. The only thing the average citizen is sure of is that no matter who is in jKiwer, there will be- taxes. , . Card of Thanks. We wish to express our deep gratitude to our neighbors and friends for their many. expressions of sympathy during the illness and at. the time of the death of our dear one. and we would also thank them for the -beautiful flowers sent to the funeral. Mrs. Mary A. Yarker, John E. Yarker. Travelo Jackets and Vests Bought on sight by all who see them They're some gar ments. XLP.Wellmaii Company Members of Besse-Foster System a a a a a a a " " Ji ..WtlY4 a a a a secrets of a Paris dancer. m a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a fal a m a a a a a Ell a 12J a a a a a a a a a a a a a m PRESENTED BV JESSE L-LA5K4 God's a a a a a a S3 a Iff till l&ammounh ; 7 &kAuvy Sand" Special Notice Owing to the length of "The Prisoner of Zenda ' it will be impossible to play . Music Memory Contest Se lestions. But you will hear Wednesday matinee and evening the Monday, Tues day' and Wednesday 'selec tions. If you like . to hear music mem ory . contest selections please . sijrn the following slip and mail or. leave at the box oflice. I am interested in the Music Memory Contest Selections and would like to hear them played oa the organ. 1 , Name St reet ...".".".'..'.". T)o not play 3Iusii Memory Con test selections. ; Name Street '. I LATCHIS THEATRE j Gcodnow, Pearson J j & Hunt J itj;i!:i!i:iuirii: ''nHa;u;Ks;I?:H!':iii;;;J;li!;J;;niIu;l!TIil!:iItIEIll I Sixteen Store 1 iiies Thermometer a. E B in in Co I Sale