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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY KKFOKMEU, THURSDAY, DECErBER, 14, 1922.
NV STITURE OF SIX NEWJARDINALS First Public Consistory of Pius's Pontificate Held In Rome Today GREAT THRONG WITNESS CEREMONY Hall of IJeatifloations Occupied First Time in Many Years Two New Car dinals to Be Invested in Their Re spective 'States, Spain and Portugal. HOME, Doc. 11 (Associated Press). Public investigation by Poi Pius of f ix of the eight now cardinals took place in St. Peter's today when at th first public consistory of Pius's pontificate the recently created princes of the church received from the pontiff the red hat and the rochet, insignia of their elevation. Cardinal Locatelli and Cardinal Casa nova were absent. They will be invested by the heads of their respective states. Portugal and Spain. Today's consistory was the first held lor many years in the Hall of P.eatinca tions, which has been closed during the restoration of the ceiling. From almost the break of day, car riages, motors and cabs streamed along wad leading from the center of the city to the ancient IJorgo, where stand the apostolic palaces. In the throng that hastened to St. Peter's were men in formal attire, women in black dresses and lace uian fillas. papal diplomats, members of the Roman aristocracy and the more plainly dressed monks and nuns. Pius, wearing a red cape and mitre ovr his white vestments, was accompan ied by his entire court. As the pope took his seat beneath a canopy of violet silk and gold, behind which were hung priceless tapestries, the cardinals opened the consistory by kiss ing his hand. The new cardinals, each escorted by two cardinal deacons, were then led into the papal presence. Bow ing deeply, they knelt on the lowest step of the throne and kissed the pontiff's foot, hand and cheek, retiring to a bench at the left of the dais. Then, as they resumed their kneeling posture before the pope, the masters of tho ceremonies drew over the shoulders of each the "cappa magna," or magniS cent scarlet silk coat of a cardinal, and ,tue pontiff, holding the, red hat over their heads for a few moments, repeated the words of presentation to their high office. After the papal benediction, the color ful procession re-formed, the pope re turning to his apartments as the "Te Dcuiu" founded from the Sistine chapel. BILL WOULD REQUIRE -AUTOISTS TO INSURE Senator Kie of Massachti!ett Would Establish State Fond and Create New State Board. BOSTON", Dec. 14. A bill to require general liability insurance of motor vehicle owners was filed in the legislature yesterday by Senator Abbot 1. Kice. The bill, which would create a state automo bile insurance board and establish an in surance fund, would entitle persons in jured by automobiles or their dependents to indemnity from the commonwealth. Massachusetts automobile owners would also be insured against liability arising from accidents occurring in this state and in other states with similar laws. The amounts of indemnity would be based on the workmen's compensation law, with a maximum of $0,400 for death, $4,000 for incapacitation and the mini mum indemnity fixed at Jl.OUO. The , premiums, to be paid to the reg istrar of motor vehicles at the time of registration, for the first year would be as follows: Motorcycle. $4: passenger cars, S12; trucks,. $25. These rates would be revised yearly. KAST DOVER. Mrs. Howes Dies of Pneumonia. Mrs. Ida IX. Howes. Gl. who lived in the borne of her daughter. Mrs. C. O. Dunham of this jdacc, died of pneumonia Wednesday at Farren hospital in Mon tague, Mass. She went to Riverside, Mass., a short time ago and cared for her daughter, Mrs. Charles Tracy, who, with her infant daughter, died of pneu monia Jast r riuay. Mr. lrncy is in with pneumonia at the hospital. Mrs. Howes was a native of North P.ernardsron. Mass., and the widow of Nelson K. Howes. Formerly she lived at Northfield Farms, Mas!., -" years. She was a practical nurse. She leaves, besides her daughter, Mrs Dunham, five grandchildren. (Jordan II, and Ida Dunham of this place, and Har lan, Clifford and Helen Tracy of River side. The. funeral will be held at the library at Northfield Farms at 2.80 o'clock Fri day afternoon and the burial will take place in .ortnneut raims cemetery. rother. rst of Frank Hopkins isited his bn Peter Hopkins, in BrattleJboro the fi the week. There Will be a Christmas tree with exercises Monday evening, Dec. 23, at the Baptist church. K. D. Adams of Brattleboro visited his mother, Mrs. Sarah Adams, at A. h Jones's from Sunday to Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yeaw of Brattle boro spent Minoay v. ttn .Mrs. leaws par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Metcalf. Rev. and "Mrs. C. O. Dunham were called to Riverside. Mass., Saturday by the death of Mrs. Dunham's sister, Mrs. Charles Tracy. Miss Hazel Metcalf returned o her work at the Holstein-Friesian office in Brattleboro Monday after being at her home here three weeks on account of ill ness. Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Dunham were called to Montague. Mass., on account of he illness with double pneumonia of Mrs. Dunham' mother, Mrs. Ida R. Howes, who' died Wednesday. Mrs. Howes lived in the Dunham home here. Mrs. J. C. Brown is keeping house for Mrs. Dunham while the is away. BROOKLINE. .losie Johnson has chicken-pox. " Bert Brown and family are moving to Townshend. Little Dorothy Bates cf Brattleboro spent lavt week wi.th her grandparents. Raymond Rtimrill received news of the death of his sister, Mrs. Short of Ac worth, N. II. Kdward Bailey of Townshend was with liU sister, Mrs. Frank I'otwice, several days last week. . v BRATTLEBORO LOCAL The Ladies' Aid society of the Swed ish Lutheran church will meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the church in stead of the home of Rev. Oscar Cass ling as at first planned. The funeral of Carlos K. Jones of Whipple street will be held tomorrow at 3 p. m. in AH Souls church Rev. lid win 1'. .Wood officiating. Members of Wan tastitjuet lodge of Odd FcllowsJ'of which Mr. Jones was a member, will attend as a body, meeting in Odd Fellows' temple at 2.IJ0 and proceeding to the church to gether. The regular monthly meeting of the Brattleboro Mutual Aid association was held yesterday afternoon at the head quarters. The secretary reported SS calls for help received in November, of which 7b were filled ; 1- attendants, one pupil at the hospital and four at the scuool were on duty .-IN-1 days, employed 440 days with seven days' sick leave and nine days' vacation. - I he maternity nurse reported 42 patients under care, HX calls made. The district nurse re ported 33 patients under care, 128 calls made. The child welfare nurse reported 277 babies under care, iD calls made. The annual creamed fish supper, served by the women of the First Methodist church, was attended by about loO per sons, aixl the menu, which was excellent, consisted of creamed fish, cold meats, hot rolls, jollies, pickles, pies, cake and cof t'ee. During, the afternoon and evening a Christmas sale was held, the various booths being trimmed with Christmas greens. The Alliance class was in (barge of the fancy articles, while the younger girls of the society conducted the sale of home-made candy and nuts. The Vomcn of the church had a booth of aprons of various styles and kinds and Miss Olenna Blaisdell was in charge of a booth containing different products from the C. II. Eddy Co. BRATTLEBORO MARKETS. Retail Butter, creamery, lb. . . Butter, dairy, lb. Oleomargarine, table, lb. Oleo, nut, lb Home-made lard, lb. . . . Iard compound, lb. . Fggs, local, fresh, doz. Flour, bread, bag . Flour, pastry-8bas Sugar, s white, lb Beans, white, lb. .... Beans, yellow eye ... Rolled oats, lb. Rice, whole, lb Corn meal, cwt Cracked corn, cwt .63 .30-.35 , 20 i . .18 75 j 1.25-1.3S I 1 ml .12 .12 .08 .10 1.95 1.95 327 Christmas Wreaths. Put in your order early. AVe mnke all kinds and sizes. Holly, Evergreen, Laurel, and Pine. Loo.se Holly sold by the bunch. Christmas Trees, all sizes and prices. C. N. BOND, Florist, Tel. 752. 240-tf The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a food sale Saturday afternoon. Dec. 1G, at the Brooks House Sample Room on High street. 243-245 WEST BRATTLEBORO Mrs. Jane Higley has been confined to her home the past few days by illness. Midweek prayer meeting in the Con gregational chapel this evening at 7.30 o'clock. Subject, Christian Diligence. Arthur Doyle, who has been confined to his home several weeks by illness, is gaining, but is still confined to the house. Miss Margaret Maguire, who bod been living ;.t J. S. Morse's, has taken a room in the Burber building on Main btreet. George Wheeler of Melrose street has returned from a visit in Worcester, in the home of his eon, George Wheeler, jr., and family. Mrs. I'na Richardson, nurse, is car ing for Mrs. George W. Baoon of New York, who is convalescing in the Mel rose hospital following an operation. Baptist church. Rev. C. W. Bishop pastor. Sunday morning worship at 10.30 with sermon by the pastor. Bible school at 11.45. Meeting of the senior and junior Christian Endeavor societies at 6.20. People's meeting at 7.30. The topic for the evening will be Important Questions Answered from the Bible. At the annual meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist church yes terday in the home of Mrs. Walter M. Bobbins the following officers for the year were elected : President. Mrs. P. H. Winchester; vice president, Mrs. Charles H. Allen; secretary. Mrs. John McKay ; assistant secretary, Mrs. George A. Allco- treas-urer, Mrs. Robert II. Thnrber. First Congregational church. Rev. A. V. Woodworth minister. Sunday morn ing worship at 10.30 with sermon by the pastor. Sunday school at 11.45. Junior Christian Endeavor meeting at 4 o'clock. Subject, What, the Missionaries Are Do ing for the Island. Christian' Endeavor meeting at 7 o'clock. Subject, The Glo rious Gains of Fidelity. Leader, Miss Gladys Stellman. WEST GUILFORD. There will be services in the Baptist church as usual Sunday, Dec. 17. Merton Anderson of West Brattleboro is helping Frank Pierce chop wood. Mrs. Edward Moseman visited a few days fst wck in West Brattleboro with Mrs. F. C. Wright. Mrs. Ilosea Fisher spent a few days last week in Wnlpole. N. II.. with Mrs. C. D. Record and family. Richard Cox and Charles Coleman, students at the Vermont academy in Sax tons River, were at their homes recently. There will .be a Christmas entertain ment by. th school children and a tree in the Baptist church Thursday evening Dec. 21. All are invited to help fill the tree with gifts and make the occasion a joyful one for the young people. The funeral of W. C. Phelps wns held m tne j;aptist cnurcu J uesuav at - p and was largely attended. Rev. W. lsisiion officiated. Homer 1 nomas pan two selections. There was a profusion o beautiful flowers. - The bearers wen three sons. Archie. Lester and Ralphs Phelps, jjnd E. R. Thomas. Tbose who a! tended the funeral from out of town were Mr. nnd Mrs. Archio Phelps of Marlboro. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Me Mnnn. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. P.riggs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas of Brattleboro. Miss Estella Cook of Boston and Merle Pierce of Lyndonville. m. H. if Bran, cwt. 1.75 ; Provender, cwt 2.00 Middlings, cwt. Oatn, bu. 1.S0 .GO Hay, baled, ton 33A)0 uacon, id Bacon, Swift's Premium, lb. . . Beef, roast, lb. , Sirloin steak, lb '; . . Porterhouse steak, lb Round steak, lb Pot roast, lb Pork chops, lb , Sausage, lb , Salt pork, lb. ,, Ham, sliced, lb H Lamb, leg, lb , Lamb chops, lb Veal, steak, lb. .; r owls, lb. Broilers, lb. Wholesale. Hides, lb Pork, dressed, lb fork, live, lb Veal. live. lh. Calfskins, each , Fowls, live, lb Eggs, local, fresh, doz. . . . Butter, creamery, lb .40 .5(1 .30-.4G .50 .50 .40 12-.V2 , .35 .25 .18 .GO .45 43-.G0 .55 .40 .45 .05 .12 .0JK1O .OS-.10 .50-1.00 .23 .GO During the last forty years more than eight thousand shipwrecks have occurred on the coasts of Great Britain. Fm Nx NEW YORK, ""Vv JV. KD BOTON COPLEY SrKV PI ! ! ! b ii sis AltfC Hie Plaza. CdwaroCFoco. NNzwYoiUC J 5558 L Do you know that the want ad columns contain the most interesting information of any department, in the entire paper? Here, huddled away in small type, you will learn that Mrs. Jones has decided to sell her dining room set and at a fraction of the original price. Then a little further on you will learn that you can have your old carpets made like new through a very simple process. Many people read the want ad columns first because they realize that this js a department of opportunity where thrift and economy beckon to every reader.- Get the want ad habit. It pays. " Read The Reformer Advertisements Today GUILFORD CENTER. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pauhnan are ill with colds. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Qninn and th Misses Florence and Ali"e Bullock are attending the state Grange at Burling ton this week. - " F. E. Chase has sold liis stock, closed the place and gone to live with his daughter. Mrs. Bernard Johnson of Greenfield, this winter. The Parent-Teacher association of district No. 2 held a meeting Dee. G. Mrs. Howard C. Rice of Brattleboro, vice president of the State Parent Teacher association, gave an interesting talk. The women fcrred refreshments. I WOMEN OF M0OSE1IEART j LEGION Christmas Bazaar.. Wednesday, Dec. 20 Fancy Articles, Aprons, Home made Candy and Food Sale From 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Entertainment and Dancinj 8 to 12 Admission, 55c couple Extra ladies, 25c This is No. 1 in a series of Ritiso endorsements from the leading washing machine manufacturers of this country. 4 1 G the Wash et recommen famous Ginaday a -Kinso ' Washing machine manufacturers formerly advised the use of "any good white soap" or a flake or chip soap" in their machines. It is significant, therefore, that the makers of the best known and most widely used electric washing machines in the country should now recommend the use of Rinso in their machines. Here is the statementTof one of them the makers of Gainaday Electric Washers regarding Rinso: Pittsburgh gAGE S or ELECT 2 & Supply cnxm . -v. r..-"."r;r-- PXTT Is St? k in --'-4 No r : in' f l SITU fyer Bros. Co., raondge, Mass. -Gentlemen: Wenn awithout.unHfica the Gain nce l;s that it is one o th. lrexhausc tests con cashing machine. h best S0aPs made for a -Shr the tlo to us, ns there are anmlIP -imar'considera- sircrr 'nt ,ookins once in0 It dlssoives Clothes w.i,o., "f..ls "ot the case with nTi . ve to be lood "1 "V 'i'ns !? GalnadayX; mem. r"aj,uie spots before rit, In n: . iWI,s "iat we hnv e nave nm-u , Tiendina it tn , "ave no , n to "sers of Gainaday x ours verv tr,i . - viui esitancy h, recomm asners. WTTSBURGII GAGE & SUPPLY COMPANY mm T INSO is made of pure materials. XV so Derfectlv balanced that it is from 10 to 15 minutes. Rinso is the taking the place of bar soap at every step of the family wash. When you put your clothes to soak Dissolve Rinso in boiling water use enough Rinso solution in your. boiler a heavy suds. Operate your machine from 10 to lo minutes. Kinso is I ideal soap for machine washing. If you boil Boiling isn't necessary,' but if you like to boil your white cottons, pour enough to get big lasting suds. Then, let your clothes soak an hour or more overnight if you like (colored clothes only half an hour). Soaking in big lukewarm Rinso suds softens the dirt. . In any washing machine Use enough Rinso solution to make to give you the s-uds you like. Rinso is made by the largest soap makers in the wrorld. It comes in the regular size and the big new package. Get it today at grocery and department stores everywhere. Lever Bros. Co., Cambridge, Mass, TIia cam niirilitiQ flint molro Uinsrs fltl Sflpfll soan for a washing machine make it the best soap you can , '0f Jrj$ iiso whatever vnv von do . the familv wash t c