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THE BRATTLEBOTiO DAILY BEFOR3IER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. 1014.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS S otnts i line first Insertion ; 2 1-2 cents i Una each subsequent Insertion Cash In Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cts. Wanted WANTKI "nre of people. 7 So. Main St aged or invalid TO RENT - 203 Main St. WAN I ld Men and women to dem onstrate and take orders for up-to-date articles of great merit for an out of town manufactory. A good? honest and paving pripo.it lt,n tor "anyone iif;i ninj business. No experience re " 1) " Reformer t.fli . -VM For Sale l'Oil SALIC and, gravel and loam. II. (I Clark. ao-tf 1 lOIl SALE All kinds of dry wood. . A. Larrow. 13-tf l'Ott SAIK Furniture and Ranges, now and second hand, at J. 15. Dunton 's. 1 m:w ,? Spr !ski-:i DgS IcC UYK for company sale i farm. t ( i:i:5 rys 1I!S h'OU SALK Hard and soft wood r-labs, roint delivery. lloldeu & Martin. HJMf KOK SAI.K On,' high grade Ciicm v hull calf. Inquire of VY. S. I'.et terlev, li'ue farm. i:'.."j-ho I ( )U Al.r. heap, imwcr hoat in perfect condition. Address "Boat,' ran? Reformer 0IIY0. l."7 14: I'OR SALK House near Oak drove fu'tiool, (i rooms, birch finish, modem. .1 A. Lindsey. 11 Brook street. luti-tf To Rent WAR NEWS UP TO THIS MORNING Small tenement. Apply 5Ctf TO rooms. Rf W. ;.t Tenement Doolittlo. of three 137-tf TO KENT Tenement. J. L. Bar ney, West rsrattieboro. 90 tf TO RENT First-class tenement in Kstevvilie. Apply C. O. Fitts. SC-tf TO RF.NT Three tenements on West St. .Reasonable ju ices. 1 nipii re -L'S West St. HS-MO. TO RENT Cottage at Spofford lake Irom Aug. 1.), by week or month. H. W. F.lgett & 'o. i:i7-tf IO ii l,N I I wo largo pleasant rooms, together or separately. Apply to '.Y.U Western avenue. l:i2-tf TO RENT Two farm; with gas and bath, with board. Pleasant location. Place. ;iiei rooms, or without 7 llorton l;i7-li: TO LET A large Ties, cutting logs ti j are very tall and fret C Doolittlo. .pill tit llOWIIlg wood. The tree: from limbs. V l.-57-tf iw ui'iA J. r-ux-room tenement on South Main St., bath, electric lights hot and cold water and spring wat for drinking; in A-l condition and lo ration. J, E. Melien, Agent, Brattle boro, Vt. 50-tf FRANCE The French army of in-, vasion, which has taken Altkirch, Ma elhausen and Oolniar, in Alsace, is fac ing the German army in Neu Breisach. Both armies have received re-eniorce- ments and a battle is expected at any hour. French forces took the passes of Bonhomme and Sainte Marie, in the Vosges, Saturday night and on Sim day morning occupied a position dom inating Sainte Marie-aux-Mines. The taking of the mountain positions 'was accomplished only after desperate fight ing, with serious losses on both sides. The Germans inundated the valley oi Seille in an effort to hold back the in vaders. ' It is reported in. Paris that France has declared war on Austria as a re suit of Austrian concentration on the Franco-Swiss border. BELGIUM The forts at Liege are still holding out at last reports. Tne French and Belgian armies are report ed to be driving the Germans back toward Luxemburg and their own bor der and to have cleared most of the country south of the Meuse of the in vaders. The Belgian field army at Liege is believed to have retired from the city to effect a junction with the French and British forces. The firs; expeditionary force of British troop:i is reported to be at Namur. Frenc:: troops are reported to have forced their way to the cast of the invading Germans at Liege, cutting oft their retreat. ' GREAT BRITAIN The British ad miralty has. ordered the North Sea 1 sian border fishing fleet to remain in harbor, indi- i tion. we 1 1 1 y pro IOR ight. I' SALE Broilers lb., live Apply at A i nswort h 's I'oul nil. Tel. '2 M. Mis. Aiusworth l;:s-l l "J I or SAKE typewriter, in lij lit fur ea-di Beli'i nice. M..de! '2'.', FOX visible til'st d.i-s condition. Price sale. Address, FOX, care F". tf FOR SALE Buick fi-passengor au tomobile. Run about 5,000 miles only. Inquire Mauley Brothers or the owner, F, R. Thomas. 59-tf FOR SALE-Contents of the lunk lee home in West I ?rntt leboro f urni i.re, carpents, hair mattresses, feath er pillow's, sewing nimhinc, and house hold articles of all descriptions. From ! a. m., to 1- and - to .".::o J', in., daily. L'lotf SCOTT FARRU E. O. TENNEY. Manager. PURE VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP SANITARY BUTTER Visitors Always Welcome. Tel. 227-Y Special Notices MARGARET "E. ROOT, Stenographer Ofiiee, Root 's l'liarm-iey. L'o-tf CHIROPODY and Mrs. F. P. Bailev, IE Shampoo -parlors ' Main St. 'i'hone r,::-tf rwiii ur.rs, pompadours; eomiungs made up to order. Mrs. F. 1'. Bailey 117 Main Street. 5.'!-tf lAtt -Maciiino rseedles and sup idles for all makes of machines at J P.. Bunion's, Hi Flat street. eating that the German, ships have left their base at the eastern end of the sea and that a naval battle is ex pected. Premier Asquith announced in the House of Commons that Field Mar shal Lord Kitchiner had called for an additional army of 100,000, volunteers. It is beleived. that .the great part of the British troops already mobilized have been landed on. the C6ntinent. - AUSTRIA-irAn Austrian army from the Tyrol of 30,000 men under com mand of the Grand Duke of Tuscany is proceeding to the aid of the Germans in Alsace. A strong Austrian fleet is speeding towards the Straits of Otr anto, supposedly to resucue the Ger man, cruisers Goben and Breslau. WOULD LIKE TO BE GOVERNOR i Lieut. Gov. Frank E. Howe Will Not, However. Make Con test to Secure Nomination Great Needs of Vermont GERMANY Emperor William is re ported to bo at Aix-la-Chappelle pre paring to take supreme command of the German army operating in Bel gium. The German army in upper Al sace is concentrating at Neu Breisach to hold back tho victorious French. Groups of German Uhlans and other German troops in Belgium have been, captured by the Belgians and French .after little or no resistance because weakened by lnck of food. experts criticise the German provisions. SERVIA The Servians their advar?e into Bosnia and are be ir.g assisted by the Montenegrins, who have retaken Scutari. RUSSIA German troops are re ported to be concentrating on the Rus- prcparatory to an inva- Military lack of continue Who's Who In Europe's War ARCH ITE :TIj RAb Draughting House and bungalow plans oil hand. Special attention given to detail work. Charles E. B.iVrie. 117 Main St. 30 tf HOME wants on nuts. 'Phone U'.'2-M 7- (il'een Street. COOKING ers for pies Experietlceil cook cakes and doipjh- Mrs. .1. B. Bolliver, P'0 -2- tf SPITS cleaned and Kinds of C:ill for W. Carl alterat ions, and deliver Kiohs. :! essed Reaonal work. J 11 on hestiiut St. 1.". Oc. pii All '.'.1;- 1 Robert B. Goodhue i:PF.RT PIANO TUNER AND REPAIRER j Also Orjjuns Cleaned anil Repaired M'lttrlilaiKl Slnct Itrat t lelro, V t . Teleplione 5:2-M There Is No Sense in selecting your doctor carefully and then going to any "old place" to have his prescription filled. Abk your doc tor if that isn't true. A license to fiU prescriptions is not all perfection demands. Perfect Quality of Ingredients absolute accuracy in compounding, a complete, fresh, well kept stock these are all necessary to prescription per fection. GET THEM ALL HERE. C. F. THOMAS, Ph. G. brattleboro, vt. I Our j j Advertising j Columns llAlRCl'LTPRE, shampooing, scalp treatment, facial massage; baldness heated effectually. Flora M. Kavan nngli. It! American BIdg. Tel. (in.", W. or ::i;t; v. 71 tf . BEl'lL NURSES, male and female, wanted at the Taunton State Hos pital Training School for Nurses. For particulars address Dr. Arthur V. (Joss, Supt., Taunton State Hospital, Taun ton, Mass. GO-tf XAl llEIM SANITARIUM, 10 Forest Park Ave., Springfield, Mass. Pleasant, quiet, airy rooms. l!t of care olleied. Latest methods splendidly adapted for care and restoration ot worn nerves and ill chronic conditions. Insane not ad mitted. IIO-KU A SPEENMB OPPORTUNITY to make some mighty good uuoiev and establish permanent business. Write Health & Accident Insurance and be independent and out of doors imme diate cash returns and future too. All or part time. Addivss National Cas- na.ltv Compinv, Betroit, Mich. l:;7-lto o o are read by (he people because they give them news of absorbing inter est. People no longer go looking about for things they want they go to their newspaper for information as to where such things may be found. This method saves time and trouble. If you want to bring your wares to the atten tion of this community, outadvertising columns Should Contain Your Ad LIFE INSURANCE IS A substitute for wages, a conservatoi of the family and stands proudly before the tax gatherer and the nioitgagc claimant with its power to seise. Na tional l.ile ins. o. ot t. (.Mutual.) EARLE S. KINSLEY, General Agent Rutland, Vt. OFFICES TO LET On second nnd third doors of Ullerv Building. Severn! large, light, steam heated offices with private offices. Al so three floors in Fllery Building An nex, suitable for manufacturing, shop, etc. J. G. ULLERY. Brattleboro. HORTON D. WALKER EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Brattleboro, Vt. - i - ; . i : t t , , ' V- - -,?: s f j. . Vf- -r:-':t'- 1 ; 4 V si ; ft Ihoto by American I'rvss Associutiuii. 1LLIAM II.. tlerniaii eiuiuror. lias been caRvd the war lord of Europe. At tho outbreak of tin- war between Austria and Servia ho at once served notice that Oennnny would back Austria. This ultiniatiini sein peace ambassadors scurrying all over Fuiopo to prevent what it was air reed would bo the most terrible conflict in Hie histoi v i f the world. CARRIED OFF 0 A MILLION IN LOOT ADVERTISE YOUR IN THE WANTS REFORMED The Place to Eat Yon can fret Large or Small Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Salads, etc. REGULAR MEALS Hreakfast 2."c. Dinner 35c. Supper 23c REGULAR TURKEY OR CHICKEN DINNER EVERY SUNDAY, 35c Our Paotry is positively all home-made. Hoadley's Cafe' MAIN ST. Fire and Life I i 5 SURA Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro Telephone 41-2 7 . f '-' " Lieutenant Governor . Frank ' E. Howe of Bennington has given out the following statement of his attitude to ward the Republican nomination for the governorship: , - I have been asked and urjjed by many people to become' a candidate for the governorship this year. I have also lec-n advised by a few to keep out of the contest. Frankly, I should like, to be governor and should esteem it a high honor to be chosen as the Republican standard bearer in order to do all in my power in support of certain princi ples I believe to be essential to the ad vance and iiro.si'eritv of the state of Vermont. Particularly I should like to be tbe eanaoiate tins vear when there is no cut and dried routine of political result and when patriotic effort toward better tilings and improved public service should occupy so lartre a place in the campaign. . There are numerous issues under dis cussion but many of them are details to be worked out by tho legislature and success in tins direction will be measur ed almost entirely by the character, ability, experience- and fitness of tbe men whom the people choose to repre sent t Hem; in the House, nnd Senate " The duties of a 'governor Tie chiefly m .consecrating ins.- counsel and ; in fluence toward solving the problems of the. state. He should have judgment and courage in the use of his now en larged veto power in curtailing schemes of selfish interest ami to guard against tne excesses ot tne visionary and in competent. in mis connection it . seems to mi well to consider a few of the real issues that Vermont must f;icp jm.l to jin.1" the veined ies proposed. i hese issues are those which affect the prosperity, eflieiencv. character, in teiligence. and welfare of our people I have put prosperity first, ns the high er standards are seldom reached unless nurtured bv at least a fair degree of prospeiity. The great need of Vermont at the present time is greater eflieiencv in tate anil local government. The statt l a l ii imi me seerai towns are increasing heir tax and debt burdens too rapidly ind without getting adequate return tor the monev spent. The fact that las money is raised and exended in in honest attempt to advance should pur us to achieve better results. The state can aid itself and the towns by egislating toward eflieiencv. The state ind the towns raise money enough now o meer an tneir needs it it were wiselv ind prudently expended. lo promote a higher degree of efTi ni.cv in town and citv government f mggest the following legislation i) I'orind tne towns to assume Minded indebtedness' except bv two turds vote at a meeting or election at Mucii at lease per cent of the voters ire present. (-) l'erniit the towns and cities at heir own option to secure local ettii -leiicy, ,bv putting their business affairs n the hands of a business manager u li ter the fnpervision of a "small commis sion elected by. the voters of the town. (;!) Provide n' nniform system of 'own accounting and permit towns to 'o-operate wtien tney desire in securing ompetent road builders or in other iin- lortant public work. To increase the etliciency and ecoro ny of state government a few import lilt measures are most essential though uany lesser ones are desirable. " (1) Make no appropriations, except n case ot emergency, unless the income if' the state will meet the appropriation .vithont any new tax levy and without zoing into debt. In other word's, make 'he state live within its income. ('2) Fix a flat sum payment to aiembcrs of the legislature. This rati ie done only by the voters positively nstructing their representatives ind senators. Then dilatory methods nnd lelav will not add to the state burden. (.') Simplify court practice and re luce court expenses by following the suggestions of Chief Justice Bowers. Aid the course of justice by giving the supreme court power to order terms of court held when, the business of a county demands such a term. Provide that two or three of the junior justices of the supreme court shall assist ita the -ircnit work of the county courts Ke luce the number of superior judges to hree, not by remov ing any now in ser vice, but by filling no vacancies until the superior bench shall consist of but three judges. (4) Prepare to amend the constitu tion in l'.fJO so that the legislature shall consist of only the House of Rep resentatives. No business, corporation. or organization, could prosper with two boards of directors, each having power to veto the action of the other, and often jealous and suspicious of each other. The legislative system of two houses is 'tremendously expensive and the experience of other countries has proved it to be less ellicient than a sin gle house system., ueh a change would obviate the necessity of a new state building that will 'cost the people of Vermont from a quarter to a half mil lion dollars. To increase the prosperity of ' the state and iieofde I suggest a few -things that seem to me desirable. (1) Agriculture in Vermont should support fully a hundred thousand peo ple more than it now supports. The state has the available farm land in the market at less than actual value. Pro vide a system of rural credit which will enable the purchase of this laud on credit terms as lavorable as is yivei) to settlers in the West and Canada This can be done in several wavs, on worthy of careful study being that of extending power to banks to invest a fraction of their surplus in amortiza tion farm loans protected bv freedom from taxation on money so loaned while the Jiest and surest method is probably through the medium of rural credit associations chartered bv the state. ' . (2) Alake credits easier and extend business by reducing the state tax on money loaned bv savings banks ami savings departments of national banks tit five per cent or less to borrowers in the state of Vermont. It is the bor rowers ot money who make business, Who furnish employment, enlarge the market and bring prosperity. (;!) Encourage industrial enterprise nnd growth bv a systematic study to keep down the bur. lens of taxation, both state and local, (iive the work ing men of Vermont protection against dangerous and uuhealthful conditions of employment. " (4) rrovide a workmen s compen sat ion act lor the protection ot em ployes. To encourage the industrial growth of. Vermont the state should Pear a part of the burden brought to manufacturers by such compensation net, as is done in the state of Oregon No port of the burden, however should be placed on the employes b cause they are the ones exposed to in jury and loss of earning power and that is their full share of the burden 1 would, however, encourage all those emploved in the dangerous trades to carry insurance of their own to rein torce the aid ttiev would relieve through -a workmen's compensation act. To promote intelligence and educa tion, to benefit future citizenship and to advance the moral welfare of the state there are some changes neces sary: (1 f " Tlie'r.fnVe'Hhould profit by the. survey made by the Carnegie founda tion and by the findings of the special educational commission. The elemen tary schools should be improved. They should not be mere ruts leading toward some college but should educate with tt view to the possibilities and future of the individual pupils.. I do not believe in cutting tiff the approrpra tions to the state colleges though 1 would not, perhaps, continue the special appropriation of l!H2. The colleges have done too much for the people of Vermont to be suddenly crippled. State aid should be given intelligently and if withdrawn it should be gradually as the colleges can become self-supporting. I believe that a special text book on Vermont resources, business, devel opment and agricultural possibility should be provided for use in every school. I have caused a bill for this purpose to be introduced at the last two sessions of the legislature but it has each time failed of passage. -) The state should provide a home for orphan children of the very poor and the children whose parents through crime or -misfortune cannot or do not properly eaie for their offspring. It is a state disgrace that this matter has not been take care of earlier. We spend millions in restraining and car ing for the criminal, the insane, and the mentally and moral deficient, but haveailed,to realize that by car ing for' the children of the unfortu nate we can -make useful men and women of 'many who inay otherwise lie come a burden to society. lo promote patriotism the state government should be so conducted that each person within the borders of Ver mont wil have full and fair oppor tunity to develop the best that is in him without oppression or iniustice During the past three sessions of the legislature I have been so active in .support or cieaner elections, measures I wfimm li Carbonol has thousands of household uses. It is wonderful for cleaning windows, it will dissolve grease in waste pipes, it will suppress the odor from the garbage pail, it will freshen up a musty cellar it will re move grease from pots and pans and clean out the kitchen , sink, it will remove many stains and spots against which many other cleansers are powerless. It is a disinfectant, a germ icide and a grease solvent. 10c, 2Sc, 50c, 75c At all dealers. ' Free sample oh rtquest. Barrett Manufacturing Co. . 35 Wendell Street, Boston. M to prevent the corrupt use of money in nominations and elections, in trying to secure a fair and honest direct pri mary, to build improved highways, iu behalf of the victims of drink and drugs and their dependants and those inmates of penal institutions who give indications of trying to reform, in seeking to stop the exploitation of child labor and to better the condi tion of women workers, to conserve and develop the resources of Vermont, in aiding those progress! ve measures tending to put the control of the af fairs of government into the hands of the rank and file of the people and to take control away from those who would use the powers of government for their own selfish purposes, that 1 do not need to reiterate my views aiid desire on these subjects. 1. believe that the liepublicart party should this year, and always, put for ward a platform and ticket represent ing neither the blandishments of wealth nor the seiieniintr of political workers. I believe that only in ho do ing can the party b true to the peo ple of Vermont and deserving of suc cess. The voters of Vermont should rebuke the follies and mistakes of the present Democratic national adminis tration but the voters should nut alh.W their desire to do this to blind them do the danger of letting .selfish and ntiiliitiniK ninn rnla int.. '.!...; .... I ...... .iiiy , 'lll t xiiii power on national issues. These are the issues on which 1 had thought of seeking the Kepublicau nomination this year but as the lime for making the selection of candidates has drawn near 1 have been disabled by illness. 1 am also without finan cial means to make a pre con volitional canvass. Uecause of these disabilities 1 shall make no effort to secure the nomina tion although 1 should not refuse it should it come to mo. 1 believe the voters can be fully trusted to select whom they may desire. 1 am proud of Vermont and my earnest desire is to promote - the welfare of the state timl its people. FRANK K. HOWK. Pennington, Vt.; August 10, P.U4. Con. Joaquin Maas and Maria Ma as photographed on board the S. S. Espagyne on their departure from Puerto Mexico with the million dollars in gold stolen from the banks at Saltillo. AUSTRIAN CAVALRY ON THE MARCH r 4' t 1 5oi r . .-. .-.- -.-....--: :-: .-. .-.-..' - y pKi vnmnm in ji i n,n iwiclwi JJjUVMiMiiKMri -Miss. -if i - VSMfi . v - i v Having Bought a otor Truck TJE OFFER FOR SALE raylorses Perfectly Matched, 7 Years Old, Weight 2900 Pounds Pair 'Dappled I Set Harness for grays I Truck I Truck (Hildreth Wagon) I Top Concord Champion Wagon 2 -horse Wagon , 2-horse Traverse Express Sleigh I Portland Sleigh Pole and Logging Chains Robes and Blankets C. H. EDDY & CO. John's Friends Were Loyal. The bridegroom of three months bade his wife adieu out niomini and stnite.l on a business trip to a town '2 miles distant. The journey was to be made by automobile, and ho promised to re turn in time for 7 .o'clock dinner ns iis-'ial. 1 .... 1. 1 T . -- 1,1,1 "o misnaiiii appeared when din ner was served, and the anxious wife watched the hands of the clock as they journeyed on and aiinouiice.i flint tii'.. hour was midnight, and istill the h.i:. band failed to appear. The frantic, -wife sent telegrams to six friends of the bridegroom living; in the town where ho might have gone, asking if he was spending the night with them. As dawn appeared a farm wsgon drove up containing a farmer and the missing husband and furnishing power for a broken down automobile that trailed behind. Almost siriiultaneously came a messenger boy with an answer to one of the telegrams, followed at intervals by live others, and all of the telegrams said: "Yes, John is spending the. night with me." 1 ir Iovaltv, what supasses man! Any Any The Hut your e fur- Seasons. old time is springtime if willing to help it along; old time is a Loljdav if von Ml nish the laughter and song. birds can't be singin' always an the blossoms bloom without rest, there's lif.pe,anl;t(iee s light an' the sky seems bright fur the fel ler that's doiu' his best. to see it that way. The frost in the heart is the frost that chills ' till the world is diilf an ' gray. " " ' You may shiver by day and be shiverin' still as you turn to a restless couch, Fur the days go slow through tlie ice an' snow fur the feller , that 'a - nursin' a grouch. 'Washington Star. "Do you object to the telephone girls talking to their beaux?" "Not if the beau calls up from a pay station. It 8 11 helps biz."