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THE BRATTLEBOUO DAILY REFORMER. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1922.
5 V- BRATTLEBORO LOCAL MARRIED SIXTY-THREE YEARS The funeral of Mrs. Lucy A. Cox will b hold tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, in thp hrntae on South Main Kfreet. The burial will take place in Prospect Hill cemetery. Sunshine rociety, branch 1, will hold n meeting and annuals Christmas part, at tl:e town farm Friday afternoon. Mem hers are requested to hoard the eleetri car which leaves Main street at 1.2.1. Srdgwick Woman's llelif c-cfps wil" bold a social Thursday afternoon from to 5 o'clock, followed by .-upjx'r at o'clock to which all members of the eorp and Grand Army nrv cordial. y invited There will be a regular meeting of tie corps in the evening at 7. MO o'clock. Va riotis games will 1m played :a the after noon. To prevent fUh from escaping fro: Spott'ord lake iir.l als to prevent pc sons from reinovin'j tlie screen at the on; let of the lake, nddiri i;al protection lri been made there. A cvmeut bawe and sides for support of the creer have beer put in. Some time ago the screen at thr outlet was tipped over and fish escaped The improvements will afford better lish-1 ing conditions in tlie lake. The annual meeting of Dennis Ite-bc-kah lodge was held last evenhig at Odd Fellows' temple and these officers were electee! : N. G.. Mrs. Mary Crosier; V. G., Mrs. Alvena Miller; re see.. Mrs. Alice Landry; tin see.. Miss Phobe (lark; treas., Mrs. Ida CJilson; trustee for three years. Mrs. Mae Benson. The meeting' was attended by about 125 per sons, who- enjoyed the Christinas tree which followed find was well-laden with gifts. Refreshments consisted of eoeoa. fcandwiches and wafers. Vi ? ' Wu1 - v 1 J" X IV 3" ' ' I The v. eek-e "V '-6 . tor WEST BRATTLEBORO THEODORE J. TURNER. MRS. THEODORE J. TURNER. Vt' i r. .nc guems oi nonor at iamuy dinner party in their nome on Elliot street on Christinas day, when their G3d wedding anniversary was observed. The Needlecraft will meet with Mrs. lartlett J; riday afternoon, and Mrs. Claude Carr-spent the end with relatives in Greenfield. I Mass. I Guy Prefontaine As moving his faruilv t-xlay into Waltef Taylor's bouse on Glenn street. li. M. Williams is confined to the bed by illness and Miss Gladys Harris, nurse, is caring for him. Mrs. Amy Ryan visited her sister, Mrs. Francis "Avery and family at Charlemont, : Mass.,- over the holiday. ! Miss May Thayer, who teaches in Johnson, N. Y., is with her parents, Mr. . :ind Mrs. II. D. Thayer. Arland Harris of Greenfield. Mass.. spent Christmas at tlie home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Harris. i Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Worden and three children of Hinsdale spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. George Codding. j Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Ii. Harvey and" Mr. and Mrs. Theron Harvey of ' Gloucester, Mass., will return 'today ! to their homes after spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. It. Wilton Harvey and familv. ' mas day. Those from out of town were Prof, and Mrs. Roy Honeywell of Bos ton. Mrs. John Sawver of lindlow nnft Walter Morgan from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thomas enter tained their children and grandchildren Monday. There were 20 present and those from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Thomas of Ware, Mass., and Charles Thomas and family of Wal pole, N. II. Five hundred native women students are reported enrolled .in the new medical school for women established in Kabul, Afghanistan. - MEMBER IX GOOD STANDING. Late Henry E. Mundell Joined Odd Fel lows June 26 ,1922. Editor of The Reformer: Dear Sir: In a recent issue of your paper it was stated that Hunry E. Mini dell joined 'the Odd Fellows some years ago, but had not been a member in re cent years. Please correct it. Mr. MundeH joined West River Lodge, No. 24, June 2u, 1!)22. and was a mem ber in good standing at the time of his death. LEON A. ALDRICII, D. D. G. M. Londonderry, Dec. 2"), 1922. Theatre wigs are generally nade from Chinese hair, split by machinery, since it' is coarse in texture, bleached and dved. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. F. Rlodeett enter tained 17 at a family gathering Christ- AT ONCE- is the time to send "thank you cards" for your Christmas presents. We have a combination "thank you" and New Year's card, also a com plete assortment of New Year's cards. Hopkins the Florist, Inc. FOR Coughs, Cold, Spas modic Croup, Bronchitis, Catarrh and all diseases of the air passages. TAKE Our Specially Prepared White Pine Cough Syrup (Mentholated) With Tar THE PARK DRUG STORE 18 Main Street . 'Phone 210 ! : I ' I .... i . 'I :i, IBM. :v-VHiiHHia,imii.i.l,l(i.i;Iu;iit.i:ii,(Jii Raleigh Drake, cellist, who is to play Friday night at the First Baptist church, studied with Hans Hess of Chi cago and with Alwin Schroeder. first cell ist of the Boston Symphony orchestra 1 vears. 2o3 , GREENFIELD CARNIVAL JAN. ti rossiWe Walden's Dos Tram Will Bp : Shown Many Sports Planned. J GREENFIELD Mass., Dec. 27. j H Plans have been completed for holding ' pn one of the most pretentious winter carni- j gs vals in New England here January 1-. ' fHl 13 and 14. Committees, at the meeting j teg Friday reported everything jn readiness ' te-g for the event and work on decorations ' Ell and other features has started. ; EIj " Arrangement-s have hnen made with g3g Westinghouse radio station at Spring- mgi field for broadcasting at 10-iniriute ad dress January 8, telling of the carnival and giving the program of sports. The B address will be made by Senator-elect John W. llaigis. Mi I'lahs are under wnv to secure y the Psi dog team of Arthur T. Walden of Wona- Cs lancett, N. II. This team is ltd by the SJ dog Chinook and won the championship hJ3 fit Berlin. N. H., last winter. This pack ftj has attractel attention everywhere it has been and will he one of the attractions gl on the sports committee tisf. An ice fgj castle, lit up with colored lights will Le I'M built on the common. Rtp There will be horse racing, fancy skat ing by several prominent skaters in the gpl East, and other sp;rts. The horse rac ing program is in charge of Roger gyj Rourke. president of the Bay State jrgj Shirt-ship circuit. f3 Greenfield Iwasts of one of tlie fosK double ti.hggan chutes in the country. Eg The distance from the top to where the Lg slide stops is one-quarter mile and t!i-'- fgi length of the chute is "0: feet. The present record for the slide is five sei-- f onds. The ski jump is eoualiy as g od Efl and is well lighted f"r nig!it use. Ej DISCHARGE 58 EMPLOYES. Curtailment in Bt-ston Veterans Rutiu Preference! Given Veterans. BOSTON. Dec. 27. Fifty-eight em ployes, including some war veterans, were discharged yesterday from the Bos ton veterans bureau by Dr. Arthur E. Brides.-the local director. The cut was made necessary by an order f r a live per cent redaction in personnel received from C1. Charles R. Forbes. her-l of the bureau in Washington. Dr. Brides said that so far as possible he had given preference to veterans ia selecting those who were retained. ; WEDDING AT CORNISH. X. II. An- Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill nounce 3Iarriage of Couple. WNDSOR. Dec. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill have sent out cards announcing the marriage of Mrs. Alex Bentley McMillan of San Antonio, Te.. to Louis MacLay Hall of St. Louis. Mo at Cornish, N. IT., yesterday. Mr. Hall is a Harvard man, class of isf4. and lias recently been appointed collector f custom! for the port of St. Louis by President Harding. Only members of the family were present at the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Hall upon their return to St. Louis will live at the Chase hotel. Friendship Important. ' To build life that brings joy to old ege you must, build friendship into the days us '.hey come, . Antagonism may compel attention from ibe world. But soon world will find a way of avoiding your coercing power, and you will be left despised and desolate to spend vo'ir deo'irJng years amidst hos tile environment's. It's too late to make fhonges- when the building is almost Cms-Vd. Changes can always be made bcf they are costly and often do not fit In well with the structure. Still If mistakes have been mjtde, cor rect theiri as scon as you can. Grit. mi A Sacred Art Calendar FOR YOU and Happy New Year BOND & SON m 3 liiiiiiiiiwiiiiiuliiiikiiiiiiiiii i rJp-iineigCTiiRi.mia!inas-iiu'iii; IS BRATTLEBORO' S DEPA FITMENT STORE GOODNO W, PEARS ON-& HUNT BR ATTLE B OR O'S DEPARTME3S;T STORE 'ii::;iii:n;'.ii'ii!t!iiii:i!ii.; i!i!!;iii!i:i!!!!;:::Mi:iii;:iif jiii-:;i:rii:ir-;r;;irirf.;ii;nri'iiiifi ::u!,'!ii!ii!i;!i:;i!ni;!!ri!!!:;i;!!ii;iii;!ii! 1 o Create a Big Volume of Business on the Last We Shall Condueit Three Business Days of the Year 17 ONAL On Thursday, With Every $5.00 Cash Purctiase We REFUND Friday and Saturday Will Give You a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill Free , ' Here Are a Few of the Good Values in Each Department on Which You Can Get Refunds ;,:;i":n.:!;!;'i:2;i,',:;1r;- irw.re i :rru"r; ;;'!!!j(Tra;nui-;!:r:ii!i,n:,'i! in;::si,i,:ian:':;n!mit;:iu:i!;;;r-uiiilaLra!"a.3;j:a dm V. At Our Toilet Goods Section In Our Downstairs Dry Goods Store You Can Buy One Pro-phy-lac-tic Hair Brush that can boiled and not ?1.50 50 $2.35 G5 injured, for One Good Quality Comb, for ...... One Bevel Edge Hand Mirror One Box "Tendresse" Face Powder For Which You Pay 5.00 I s And Then Get a Ilefunil of a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill f S At the Lingerie Counter In Our Downstairs Dry Goods Store You Can Buy I One Fast Black Sateen Apron Dress, with cretonne trim. I One Extra Value Domet Gown, made full .and well finished I $1.50 S Five Embroidered Handkerchiefs, in colors pr white, $1.25 1 For Which You Pay $5.00 And Then Get a Refund of a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill .ft At the Dress Goods Section In Our Downstairs 1 Dry Goods Store You Can Buy 1 'Four Yards of Wine Color French Serge, 40 inches wide. The 1 pnee has been $1.69, for m $5.00 I And Then Get a Kcfund of a Crisp, New $1.00 liill At the Knit Underwear Department In Our I Downstairs Dry Goods Store You Can Buy Two Ladies' Fleece-lined Out Size "Munsing" Vests, $2.50 Two pairs Ladies' Fleece-lined Out -Size "Munsing" Pants, 3 $2.50 1 For Which You Pay $5.00 a And Then Get a Refund of a Crisn, New $1.00 Bill 1 At the Corset Counter In Our Downstairs S Dry Goods Store You Can Buy One Pair C. B. Corsets, in flesh or white that are beautifully ?: made, perfect fitting, for 4 $3.50 1 And One Washable Satin Camisole, either tailored trimmed, flesh color, for . , r How to Get a Refund of Crisp, New $1.00 Bills This is an extraordinary and sensational sale inasmuch as the New $1.00 Bills will be given away, without exception, with purchases of any of our fine stocks of merchandise marked at the regular low prices. , " Your make your purchase in any department of the store and for every $5.00 or multiple thereof that you spend you will get a refund of a crisp, new $1.00 bill. ' If you wish to make purchases in different de partments t)f the store tell a clerk and let him or her accompany you so that you can pay for all your pur chases at once and get a refund on the total amount. Ref mids of New$1.00 Bills Will Be Made on Cash Purchases Only Remember That This Offer Is for Only the Last Three Days of This Week Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Take Advantage of It. At the Hosiery Department In the Downstairs Dry Goods Store You Can Buy Two Pairs Ladies' Silk and Wool Sport Hose, in different mixtures, for $3.50 And One Pair All Silk Hose, in colors or black, for . ; $1.50 For Which You Pay $5.00 And Then Get a Refund of a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill S.-S3 fga H or lace $1.50 For Which You Pay $5.00 And Then Get a Refund of a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill At the DoraesticXounter In Our Dry Goods Store v S You Can Buy j Two Excellent Quality Pure Linen Huck Towels, large size". fr ... ,. $2.00 4 1 nh In Our Dry Goods Department You Can Buy H Qne Pair White Blankets, pink or blue borders; soft and M war, . S3.75 m , And 5 yards of 36-inch Striped Outing Flannel, assorted pat- lypi lvxiis, at yaru $1.2 One Extra Large Size White Counterpane For Which You Pay $5.00 - Anl Then Get a Refund of a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill $3.00 KM jS -For Which You Pay $5.00 gj And Then Get a Refund of a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill rv-.xr jn)ffim?nirini ;mmiitiwmwiwmnwi mi miwMimwMwi , - In Our Millinery Department You Can Buy A Woman's Velvet Hat, large or close model; black or color, for r j S5.00 And Then Get a Refund of a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill You Can Buy 2 Children's Hats, in velvet or felt, for $5j0O And Then Get a Refund of a Crisp, New $1.00 Bill - In Our Men's Department Yrou Can Buy - ' Men's Suits and Overcoats, in fancy mixtures, plain colors and serges. Sport and golf models also. Men's and voune: men's models. All sizes, at .... $28.75 And Get a Itefund of 5 Crisp, New Dollar Bills Men's Sheeplined Coats, big beaverized sheep collar, belt jj all around; brown moleskin shell. All sizes, at, $11.50 jjj And Get a Refund of 2 Crisp, New Dollar Rills lH SweatersMen's "Tom Wye" Sport Sweaters, in fancy heath er mixtures, and plain colors. All sizes. Four-pocket mod-, els, at ... $6.50 And Get a Refund of 1 Crisn, New Dollar Bill Men's Shirts, of every description, such as soft cuff, laundered cuff, collar band, soft collar and cuffs; also large "assort . menf of flannel shirts. All sizes, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 up to $5.00 With Every $5.00 Purchase You Will Get a Refund of a Crisp. New $i.OO Bill . Genuine Brown's Beach Jackets, known the world over as the best. All sizes, without collars, at . . ..... $5.00 And Get a Refund of 1 Crisp, New Dollar Bill , Men's Heavy Malone Wool Trousers, gray, all sizes to 44, at $G.75 And Get a Refund of 1 Crisp, New Dollar Bill In Our Boys' Department You Can Buy Boys Heavy Wool Mackinaws, plain colors and plaids. Good v assortment, all sizes, at $10.50 And Get a Refund of 2 Crisp, New Dollar Bills Boys Two-Pant Suits, in serges and fancy mixtures. All sizes at .4 $10.50 And Get a Refund of 2 Crisp, New Dollar Bills . In Our Garment Department You Can Buy, Women's and Misses' Winter Coats, in sport and dressy mod els, for $12.75 to $44.75 And Get a Refund of 2 to 9 Crispy New Dollar Bills Women's Fur Coats of marmot, muskrat, raccoon, Australian seal and Hudson seal, with beaver collar and cuffs; 36- - inch to 45-inch lengths, for $100 to $375 And Get a Refund of 20 to "5 Crisp, New Dollar BiHs Women's and Misses' Dresses, of serge, poiret twill, tricotine; .jersey, crepe de chine, canton crepe and satin, for $12.50 to $45.00 And Get a Refund of 2 to 9 Crisp, New Dollar Bills Girls Winter Coats of chinchilla, velour and polaire, in sizes 2 to 16 years. Colors, navy, brown, gray and heather, for $5.0S to $17.50 And Get a Refund of 1 to 3 Crisp, New Dollar Bills m is, " i ' i I ; -""'""''uuiiiuuwilu u u,!X.:ll ! J jLLttiXlZ ,aiaiilto.iUuyaliilkiu.llia..i...,.u - " -n