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14 THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, TUESDAY? OCTOBER 20, 1011. 3 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 6 tints i Una first Insertion ; 2 1-2 cents s line each subsetjuant Inierl'.oi Cash In Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cts. Wanted WANTED Family home. 1 1 Organ St wash in crs to do WANTKD in;.', jobbing, :;:V-i. Carpenter work, repuir F. J). Weld. 'I'hone, i'.:;-i'js WAN 'I 1 1 1 -Fine litiiit'il laundress. r Office. laundry work by expe Address "L," Kcform- WANTKD Gentlemen board "hi 1 1 1 i v n t e family ton street. to room and 72 Wnshing-'.i.-L!Hr WANTIiH (ientlcmcti hoarders Him' o ik i ii ir. A (mIitm conveniences. At -2 Frost I 'la.-.-. l!t(-20l ANY iiitcllient person may tarn steady incm oi i -cspumling for new spapcrs. We Mirest. sulijfM ts. Experience unnecessary. I're-'s Corn ponding JJurcau, Washington, i. c. r.i.'M'js To Rent TO RENT Room 215 Elliot street. 185-204 TO KKXT Cosv tenement on High .street. Edgett 6c' Co. ISfCtf TO RENT Six room Place. W. II. Fletcher. flat. Horton 171-tf TO KK.NT Inquire at 4 Dowu-staira tenement UiTL-e St. ISU-tf CALL TO ARMS IN ENGLAND Some of The Appeals That Greet One Everywhere in London's Streets TO KK.NT Four and live-room tene ments. W. G. Doolittle. l!2-tf TO PENT Pleasant downstairs tene ment. Inquire 3 Locust St. KJG-tf TO L'ENT Tenement at 50 Chest nut St.. $2 per week. O. T. Ware. 149-tf SOME SAY COUNTRY IS NOT HALF ROUSED For Sale FOK SALE Sand, gravel and loam. II. G. Clark. ao-tf KOI! SALE II. C. Clark. -I'igs and light shouts. ls-190 FOIt SA1.K F. A. I. a i row. -All kinds of dry wood i:;t-tf I OK SALE 1 i emptv barrels. Tel. K. K. Mather. lHo-tf ioi: sau: ter S. I'ratt. lew hone lioie pigs. Wal FOR SALE Steel range, inquire of S: II. Yrnw, 'I 'hone 2::C-K. lS2-tf FOU SA LK Furniture anil Pannes, new and second-hand, at J. I. Dunton's. TO PKN'T Tenement, 37.5 Western Ave. AY. E. Bartlett. Tel. 3SG-M. 1S7-198 TO KENT- Two connecting rooms, 'as and bath, at 10! High street. l!iu-200 And That When England Is Fully Awakened to the Danger the Islands Will Be an Armed Camp Recruits Are Very Young. TO PENT Tenement at ! Highland Street. .Jerome Amidon, 137 Western Ave. 191-190 FOK SALE Two story house ami barn. Corner of Chestnut and Locust street-'. l'.HM't TO PENT Tenement on Sprin street. Inquire of W. D. Smith, 4 El liot St. 109-tf TO PENT or FOB SALE Singer sewiii" machines; also supplies. L. H. Barber. 149-tf FOIt SALE Hard and soft wood dab, prompt delierv. llolden & Mar tin. " 119-tf I i: SALE hie nicely matched and plume l'.)7. p.kir Mot'! jXmid woil an ,el horses, . Tele-1IIIH' I'OU SALE--Dry hard wood, split or in chunks. Tel. 101-Y. If. L. I'ol-li.-a. town. l!i('-20l FOU SALE Winchester repeating shot ;nn. In good condition. Call at 2i:: Elliot street. l'.Ui-tf FOU SALE- Several h'lo de Island red pullets nboiit reudv to lav. Inquire of II. L. March. ' 197 1 1" FOU SALE F.lack mare, Mod pounds, sound, good driver and worker. John C. Laker. Tel. li.'i'i. lS;ti' i n for cash I'efoi nier. Model 2M FOX visible first class eond it ion. sale. Address, 12!-tt FOU" SAL typewriter, Price right FOX, .are lull SALE (Quartered oak tables, lioi.k e,ii s, ehilToiiieres, and other house hold I'm nit ure in prime condition. Also doius, windows and secondhand building material, inquire 7 Oak St. C. Dutton. ISOtf TO ini'iit, of 1. WENT Oct. 1". downstairs tene li rooms, at 87 Green St. Inquire C. Crosier. lo-tt TO WENT Small house on Western ivenue. Inuuire of W. D. Smith. 4 Ell lot 195-tf TO KENT Tenement, nearly new (i rooms, all modern improvements. In ut Is Washington .M., r. qui re Cool' is;-tt TO PENT Large furnished front room. Suitable for two. Electric lights and use of bath. Inquire at lo3 Main street. 2-tf TO KENT Downstairs tenement seven room-;. modern improvements hot water hent. C. P. Lamsoii. 4 Washington St. 19i-tf TO PENT Modern house at 7 Can:-. I stre-t. Suitable for 1 or 2 tent ineiits; !1 rooms, 2 bath looms. Two families who wish to live together could be suited with this location. Edgeft iV. Co. lMtt I iU SALE Lai bed Ire, am kinds of wagons prcsi, hacks, oik line engine, never used but one new tuo hotse low-down veiv nice: one second haml s - Three kinds of routine. 1 woven wile fences. All , dump cart, surreys, ex- heavy truck. -hp. un-o- twn months, spring trui k, ring truck in liape CI lill'le: Mine PMtf MANY MEN AND WOMEN iih-oiius are not lnakiu; for that t i me vv hen t hoi r ity will wane or cease-. Insurance saves money a ny a i n Mi nn w i I 1 1 l:ooi I pi o vis ion ing cap" c t low me nt piotrcts those who need care mean w hile. National Lite I ns. Co.. ut t. (Mutual.) EARLE S. KINSLEY, General Agent, Rutland, Vt T IIKNT ( hie extra nice 7-ronin tern nient. ground tloof, nice location, pmil to doctor to have oliice in same. Modern new furnace. Jour minutes walk limn los-i oince. t 'lie -rooin upstairs leneue in ill up to-date. One 4 loom tenement, uj to-i ate. all t III li Islleii . One tenement ill k. ne ii loom cottage. Ch.uh Mm IT. 191 tf William F. Co tleboro, who is war correspondent ins, formerly of Prat ibroad as the siiecia of the Newark, X evening .News, nas returned to Lull i . - i ... (ion alter extensive traveliiiL' in der manv, .ustria. iieimuin and oltier ountries. lie was in Antwerp some lime, leaving that city only a few days before the white flair was raised. His t :.. i i i I lO I'll in: )" on. miiii;., .Mill iieriiaps this is the incst important, there are the recruits. These are the men who have answered the appeal; who, for one reason or another, have decided to leave their country. Recruits Young and Ernest. Though the age limit has been ex tended, the recruits give the impres sion of beinir voting some are verv young but the majority are well fit to be soldiers. lhev go through their exercises manfully; the quickstep, the setting-up and all the rest. They are in earnest, too. It is England for them. Possibly they grasp the meaning of Kipling's line. "Who dies if England ives? " Whether they do or not, they are living it. l ney tio not Know wheth er they will be sent to northern France, to Belgium or some. English coast town. No matter; they are for the war, an they have presented themselves in reply to the King's and Lord Kitchener's call. And this call has been heeded not only in London, but everywhere. Some how one is more impressed with the re sponse in the little places than the big cities. The city is s() immense; it can spare men. The little town or village may give all the men it has. Also it may give to the recruits all it can. In one town outside London this is mani fest. On each door has bt en chalked the number of recruits that the military authorities "nave decided the house will accommodate. There is no question to the a'cominoilation or provision. It is Special Notices CANING CHAIRS, light carpenter ing. G. W. Hudson, 1 Spring St. 19o-2(m;' CHIPOI'ODY and Shampoo parlors. Mrs. E. P. Bailey, 117 Main St. 'Phone. 53-tf SWITCHES, pompadours; combings made up to order. Mrs. E. 1'. Bailey, 117 Main Street. "tf-tf SEWING Machine Needles nnd sup plies for all makes of machines at .1. li. Dunton's. It! Flat street. OFFICES TO LET On second and third floors of Ullery Building. Several large, light, steam healed offices with private offices. Al so three floors in Ullery Building An nex, Buitable for manufacturing, shop, e'e J. O. ULLERY. Brattleboro. 25.00 GA buys a $40 Diamond Electric Vacuum Cleaner that lias been used in our of fice a few times, but is as good as new and warranted same as new. A BARGAIN Tha Vermont Printing Company " American Annex LOST Friday night, probably on street car or on High street, large oval, hand painted pin. Reward if left at The Peformer cilice. 197-199 sn BULBS Bulbs for Winter Blooming Bulbs for Spring Flowers Bulbs of All Kinds They are extra good this year. Now is the time to plant or start them. HOPKINS, The Florist 157 MAIN STREET Clear Policies REASONABLE RATES General Insurance Agency GEO. M. CLAY BANK BLOCK. BRATTLEBORO. VT SCOTT FARM XL 0. TENNEY, Manager. PURE VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP SANITARY CUTTER Visitors Always Welcome. Tel. 227-Y CARL F. CAIN .MICH ITECTFK L D r an g h t i n g. House and bungalow plans on hand. Special attention given to detail work. Charles E. Barrie. 117 Main St. I'.O-tf n picture of conditions in London lormed an lnteiestin feature in The News of Oct. 12. His article, written under date of Sept. .'n, was ns follows: Over Trafalgar sipiare a great cop ery colored airship one of Rritain's finest military aircraft is hoveriii". rim streets in the brilliant autumn -.uiisiiine carries out at almost every turn the suggestion of war. Over there are marcbiui; some companies of oldit rs headed tor a station to depart or nuithein France. Mixing with the clouds on the side walks are, too, manv so t iers oT dutv ii" me moment Kilted 1 1 1 e n la ml els. businesslike individuals in khaki, occa- ionally an imposing personage in a hako. Go along a little way until yon come to a par;; and bemud the iron ratings aie recruits drilling. One does not get very far before' seeing a recruiting oince. Even the' taxis contiibute to the military atmo sphere, for on the wind-shield of tach is a red-lettered sign urging enlist ment. Ix.mdon in war time during the lay. at any rate, on a sunshiny day at that is lively iimigh and interest ing enough. At night wtd I. it is also interesting, but that is ipiite a tiilVeient story. England Relics on Popular Support. Tin- London streets induatc not only that England has euteied upon the business of war. but also, t o a huge extent, the way the business is being carried on. lieu . e blent ly, 'there i--relianco on popular support of't-ne war tor England's v-iy life. Thnt this support is noing accoriieii lullv ami freely is the story the street tell. The empire as a whole is bending every energy to the ctiishin-j of the enemy, and Loudon, the empire's cen ter, is naturally the center of provi sional ellort. l ne !:,te ot tie1 ai'iiie,!, effort is written in the records of bat tles by laud and sea; in liritain's cap ital there is a record of another sort: the record of the training, the a-x-rm- 1 l :. . l. . i : .... i - iiiing, i i ispa i c in ng- oi troops, ol the providing ot' munitions of war, hos pital supplies, too. I and nil the other accompaniments of a lighting force. England's first dependence was, of course, on her army and navy: her second is on her eitixens. Lord Kitch ener has appealed to Englishmen to uphold the colors; there is not a nook or corner of the Lritish Isles that has not felt the thrill of his appeal, and, it may safely be added, there is no Eng lishman who does not reaii,-.e its neces sity. (rent Britain and the colonies are allying; there can be no doubt of it. ke.l foi ls the some Hut ;it place-. the rule that more than are a are readily looked after. This tale to mention the town of sham, an ancitnr coaching illag 2' miles from the metropolis, can be duplicated in numberless Finances Well in Hand. Business is v i v quiet here. There is talk of the extension of Ihe mora toliiim. which extension may bt well. liut Creat Eritain has its finan cial ali'aiis well in hand. There is no hick of piovisionK and prices for food are not much higher than ordinarily. As to this, the ame story is told here as elsewhere in Europe. At the begin ning ot tiie war mere was ;i snaip ad vance, then a drop and a subsequent slow r';s-. Tiu authorities a re insist ing on the maximum price requirements being kept. Woe to the tradesman who t ra nsgresses. London in war tiuits is most im pressive bv n'mht. When even fails it seems to the imaginative as if there has been almost a return to the London of the Middle Ages. The town prac tically is darkened, in many streets save for the tinkering of an occasion al lamp, tht ft is absolute blackness. Even in the main circuses (squares) and thoroughfares darkness is the rule, for the lights are few and far between and such places as have their windows illuminated ' must have 'the awnings down. The ele -trie street lamps have umbrella like rnvo's, for to an airship of the enemy the town mast me myste rious and puzzling. TEMPEST IN CAUCUSES. (Continued from Page 1.) justices of the peace, anil it was so or dered. Mr. (iibson then said that it had been customary for the llopubhcans and Demo crats to make up the justice ticket and that two years ago the Progressives were shut out. He said that the Democrats favored giving the Progressives fair rep resentation this vear, but that the Repub licans were determined to shut them out again, and he told of conversation which he had had on the subject with members of the Democratic and Republican town committees. He suggested that a com mittee of three, to consist of Dr. Thomas Rico, J. !. Stafford and Henry W. Si monds. be appointed to confer with the Republicans and Democrats to see what representation the Progressives could se cure on the justice ticket. The committee as suggested bv Mr. (iibson was appoint ed, ami it was then voted not to transact j any other business until the committee j had reported. A part of the time was taken .up by Mr. (Iibson in reading the Progressive state platform and in com menting upon certain phases of the judi ciary of the state. There was a long wait before the com mittee returned, and it was suggested that the committee had become lost and that another should be appointed to see if it, could be located. Finally they re turned and Dr. Rice reported that the Democrats appointed a committee of five and the Republicans a committee of three and thai me inree commiiiecs went, nun conference without success. He s-iid the Democrats wei e willimr to allow them to name live justices, but that the Republi cans would not consent to their naming even two. Gibson Names Justices. Mr. Cibson then arose and said it was apparent that a part '" the Democratic paity vias simply an aim of the old Re publican machine. .lust what he predi cated his lemark upon was not apparent. "The Repubiitans have their feet in the trough and refuse to get out, as-ei ted Mr. (Iibson, "and 1 propose to name a list and put them out." When the com mittees report had been accepted Mr. the saitl list of justices. of 1 Progressives and as follows: E. C. Crosby, M. J. Moran. W. A . I). Riper, 11. Ii. Hans. F. A. R.ovdcn. E. H. Daven :ett. 11. E. Shipnian, .1. L. lirigs. ..1. L. Stoekvv.il POLITICAL ADVERTISING. TOLITICAL ADVERTISING. (iibson named which consisted five Democrats. Dana Stafford, shuniwav, A. V II. Howard. C. port. S. W. Fak ll.an.-v, R. 11. (JiaT't Searchlights, of course, uie-easingly about over the city, are alvavs looking looking for nr.iv come. ii is an eery expedience to get a Loudon bus ani streets at night, dark and no misfa l nut It is ke. t hi ouj touring Play They what at"!' th'e the BROUGHT MARKET AND CUSTOMER TOGETHER New Type of Service Developing from Organization of Windham Coun ty Agricultural Association. HAIRCULTURE, shampooing, scalp treatment, facial massage; baldness treated effectually. Flora M. Kavan augh, !( American Bhlg. Tel. GOo-W. or 3IJG-W. 71tf HAYINC opened a shop in the barn formerly used by Howard & Yearly, I am prepared to do horseshoeing, forg ing and all kinds of jobbing. Drills, picks, axes and chisels a specialty. F. M. Connarn. liKklli1.!' LOST Tuesday lark overcoat, on (i, returning via western avenue. iblv rewarded if ice. Leon F. Mix- afternoon, Oct. I.'k trip to district No. Orchard street and Finder will be suit left at the post of- er. P.-in7 NOTICE P.ring ."0 P,. T. P.abbitt's Trade-Marks to A. F. Roberts & Co.'s Crockery Store, Pratt leboro, Vt., for a beautiful, eight-piece, Nucut Glass Tuin- iler Set. Trade-Marks are good from any P.abbitt's products Write P. T. Rabbit t. 11 Rroadvvav, New York, for catalog ami other premiums. 17-"i-l!J! The Place to Eat You can (ret Large or Small Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Salads, etc. REGULAR MEALS Breakfast 25c. Dinner 35c. Supper 25c REGULAR TURKEY OR CHICKEN DINNER EVERY SUNDAY. 35c Our Pastry is positively all home-made. Hoadley's Cafe' MAIN ST. and F. W. Oibson. This ticket was nomi nated by a unanimous vote. Article 1 was then taken up, which was to nominate a candidate for lepresenta- tive. and .fohn L. Johnson promptly nomi nated I-.. v . Cibson. I he nomination was seconded by John J. t bine, but bt t'oie the chairman could put the motion Mr. 1 iibson said one of the eonfcienee committ'-i- suggested that action be lc- i idled a few minutes uniii the Demo- ciatic caucus was heaid lioni, as it was nililel stootl that the Deuce i .tts Were to send a coianntlee to see what 'oiisideia t ion would be given them on the town I epit sent alive ii!ext ion. and the sntrges t ion was adopted. Evidently the wires not crossed somewhere, because while the Democrat- did -end a committee it was not to di-cn-s the town I euesentat iv e Ues!ion but Pi lix up a justice ticket. hen tiie committee of Demociats came in M. J. Moi an lepoitetl their ei rand and Oihson moved that the vote nomiuat the l." candidates for justices of the e be rescinded, and all p.iekly fell in It was voted to have the old com ic Rite, Nt.-iii'ord and Siumnds -eon-vviiii ihe Deinociatie visitors about i s. J bile that was goim; on lueie mm e or h -s discussion by groups of would be wise to nominee for town repi esentat ive. information having eoiue j that the nominee vvas Arthur I". Robe!'.-, Later developments indicated that it w.esj not considered wise to do so, at least in J s which is de-."!"'" which is bound I Crosby Gets Nomination. iirganization of j The conference over. Dr. Diet of conn- tor the conferees that a ticket the fob. bail been agreed upon, and he ty, tale Ticket will you support? Mr. Prouty, you are asking for tlio votes of the PROGRESSIVES. Mr. Prouty, you are asking for the votes of the PROHIBITIONISTS. Mr. Prouty, you arc asking for the votes of the DEMOCRATS. Mr. Prouty, you are asking for the votes of the REPUBLICANS under the guise of non partisanship. You are asking the support of all these parties in your candidacy for the United States Senate. Which State Ticket do. you support? PROGRESSIVES supporting their own state ticket ask you this question. PROHIBITIONISTS supporting their own stale ticket ask you this question. DEMOCRATS supporting their own slate ticket ask you this question. And, farther, do you believe in party government and party responsibility? If you are at all delicate about answering these queries put to you by the Progressives, the Pro hibitionists and the Democrats, will you not then make your reply to the Republican Slate Committee, which now and here asks you these same questions ? ".iff 1 Mr. imr pt a. bile mil ; ter 'ju-l was v otei s a- to whether it einloi-e the Deniociafie REPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEE Montpelier, Vermont October 0, 1011. Canada is sendinc. no-ii Indian troops already The sa me -toi v is tt hi lyin part of the empire. has called her i hild ren to summons has brooked no Call to Arms a Necessity. To those at home the more insistent, has bci n ter of necessity. Ships and food; I he are in France, of every out- A line of usefulnt velojin.g slowlv, but to res-alt from the counties and the employment ty agents, is illustrated by lowing incident: the following names, live of whom are I'ro- The Windham County association m civi s. fiv e are Dem mats and five are recently received from the Hampden ' Republican : C. A. Hoyden. Dana Stai countv leio-ue, Spi iuglield, Mass., a f.ntl. A. F. Sehvvenk, M. J. Moran. E. C. report f justice repoi te 1 ! The her, delav, mot her and flu etter jnuinii; if one to- two carloads cows or spiineeis could be pur in this county. Copies of the were piomptly m. tiled to cow I o i 1. 1 cllUsei let ter Cn isl.V, W. w. F,h R. tt. Daley, F. D. W 1.. A. Stow mat- bri ii l; Kun- ii i-ii- of a r in fer Kill": I. very nt nianJ FERRYBOAT WRECKED. Ran on a Ledge Near Portsmouth, N. II., Last Night. PORTSMOUTH. X. 1L, Oct. SO Tho ferryboat Alice Howard, belong ing to the Atlantic Shore Line rail way and plying between this city and Kittery, Ie., ran on a ledge off Clark's island late last night and at dawn to day was completely out of water. It is believed that the steamer is badlv call, if not I more a must men from the -even seas. The Iisluuan. the Scotchman or tin man is at hand. lit re are sonu London's appeals to her own: ''Young men of London! Your King and country needs you. .luin ihe nimv today."' " England expects every man to do his duty and join the army today." "A call to arms enlistment for the wa r only. ' ' "Do not hesitate. To and country." ' ' Rally round 1 he flag. wanted. "Answer the call of your King. Lads of desk and wheel and loom, Noble, trailer, squire and groom. Come when the bugles of England play, Over the hills and far away." Such are Ihe appeals that greet one everywhere. . in. London. The reply is made in" tie.r?!uiting (daces; in every place in Rritain's capital where raw men are being whipped into shape; in the great country towns where the Territorials are being quartered, in the great ramps at Aldershot, and other places from -which men art being dis patched to the points where they are most needed. England Not Half Roused. .Some- men say and they are men who should know what they are saying that England is, as yet, not half aroused. If this is true, when England is -fully awakened to the danger, the islatuls will be an armed camp. War is the business now. It may very like ly be that war will be so engrossing a business that all else will be forgot ten. ' Certain it is that responsible Eng land knows what it is meeting and what, in probability, it may have to meet, There is absolute certainty that there wilt appear on the emergency all that will be required Meanwhile London is holding itself quietlv. One may have laughed oft- men in various parts that if the cows a" owners are brought in :. market. This is a fv.e of service that county is ready to render anyone anytime. cou nty so bi of the available their direct touch with i univv a v. , 11. IV , Hans. E. W. Oihson. R. C. R.t. on. E. II. i Davenport. II. E. Sliipman ami Kittiodia' This list was phicetl in iiomina a unanimous vote. brings us back to the repre-enta- km' t ion by I his live iiuestion, slated I hairiuan lio-py 1 he ( whereupon Mr. (iibson took the lloor. lie saul it pleased him to nominate a candi date, although it was somewhat embarras sing under the circumstances, lie wanted to name a man who had been willing to make every sacrifice necossary for the ;ood of the paity, although if he were nominated it would weaken Ike state ticket. He then placed before the caucus who was Too Dog-Goned Extravagant. ( netiuingtoti Runner. ) The Rrnttlehoro baseball association finds itself ll."7 in debt. The team this vear cost -'l'i0l more than the! the name of Edward C. Crosby ect ipts. It is the same story every-1 nominated unanimously. where. The federaF'gov eminent s Mr. Crosby said the development was travagance has compelled the assess-j something of a surprise to him, and he nient of a hundred millions of special 1 1 hanked the voters for the expression ot taxes, the state of Vermont is faring confidence. Mr. (Iibson offered it re-ohi- a ilehcit ot i.ai.Noo, i ne liratticnoro tion 10 me euet i inai ine town commum baseball crowd is bankrupt, and Ren- nington is building ;ui enlarged poor house. We are all too tlog-goned extravagant. U empowered to fill any vat antics thai miyht occur in. the list of nominations, and it was so voted,- after which the cau cus was adjoin ned, at 10.'' o'clock. NEW ENGLAND FOLKS FIND QUICK RELIEF FROM STOMACH AILMENTS mmmmm mmmm MUM Doii'i breathe air csSialctS hy ethers nit .e t.r r - r i -- Warm Air System of heating and vrnti!:ir.j supplies a con stant circulation of warm, pure, om-jiJe air to every room. 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