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DISAGREED Pains Disappeared After Use of Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Wilmington, Del. "I was suffering from a terrible backache and pains in my Bide, with bear ing down paina and was very nervous. If: t T wa always tired, I iWvt 1 alway drowsy. could not eat I had four doctors and each told me some thing different I read of Lydia E. Pinkhflm'a Vofrttn- ble Compound and decided to try it. I got good results and I now feel better than 1 have felt for years and I am gain ing in weight I can gladly recommend it to all women." Mrs. George W. Sebold, 1611 West 4th Street Wilming ton, Del. Backache and bearing down paina are danger signals which every woman should heed. Remove the cause of these aches and pains by taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, that good old root and herb medicine. Thousands of women have testified to its virtues. For forty years it has been making women strong, curing backache, ner vousness, ulceration and inflammation, weakness, displacements, irregularity and periodic pain. I f you want special ad vico write Lydia I Pinkham Meriicino Co. confidential, Lynn, Mass. Iinliiri'! Jj'lihulil WDcm TO FIGHT ADAMSON LAW TO A FINISH THE DRATTLERORQ DAILY REFORMER; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1916. Honest prices are an ; indication of honest goods, experience and service that mean far more to you than you can possibly save by getting cheap glasses. ! Everything we do to help you see better represents value that "cut prices" and cheap glasses can never eqtial. "Better be safe' ' than sorry. JORDAN & SON ; Optometrists-Opticians i tarn x 'f ) Kryptok Invisible rTo focuses in one lens ther&is no line or seam to reveal the fact that you are wearing doubkj-visionlensea.KUYrTOKS (Pronounced Crtp-tocks) are becom ing to you besides giving you the wonderful convenience of per feet near and far vision in one pair of glasses. ' VAUGIIAN & BURNETT ; . Optometrists Old Style Bifocals Mote objtctionabU line. nOETON D. WALKER EVEKYTIUNQ ELEOTEICAL Brattleboro, Vt. ADVERTISE, YOTJR TO RENTS . . I&?1I?'I,AILY REFORMED Railroads Plan to Wage Tlieir Battle in the Courts Brotherhood to Leave Case to President. NEW YOIiK, Nov. 15. The inter rupted roni'emice between representa tives of the nation's railways and their 40U,)(M) Brotherhood employes, looking toward an adjustment to their new tliflVrenct's on the interpretation of the Adanison eight-hour law, was not re sumed here yesterday. Instead of meeting, the railway managers an nounced they would light the law to the end in the courts, while the Broth erhood chiefs who remained in the city left for their homes, professing to be lieve that they may safely rest their ease with President Wilson. The attitude of the railways was summarized in a statement issued by Chairman Elisha Lee after an all-day meeting of the railroad representatives. The statement read: "We are all agreed to fight to the end. The means to be employed were fully discussed and the consensus of opinion was that it was necessary to file suits questioning the constitution ality of the law in every Federal dis trict court in which the affected rail roads operate." Warren S. ftone, president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, epitomized the Brotherhoods' side be fore leaving for Cleveland. Mr. Stone said: "The situation is closed insofar &s we are concerned. We are not at all alar.ned. We know what President Wilson intended we should have. We know the explanation he made to our tiliO chairmen in the White House. We feel confident that if the present law iloos.i'i give us the eight-hour day, the President will give us a law that will. .JW-can't understand the attitude of the railroad managers. They did not file their first suits until' the day after election, believing that Mr. Hughes had been elected. Personally. I believe they are either whistling to keep up their courage or they are try ing to scare the public into sympathiz ing with them." 40 B DISCREDITS GRAVES'S TALE. German Embassy Doesn't Think Papers Came Even on Oscar II. WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. The German embassy does not believe that Karl Armgaard Graves, self-styled in ternational spy, secured from the steam ship Oscar II, as he says, the letters he is alleged to have used in an attempt to extort sp.yiuu rrom countess von iiern storff, wife of the German ambassador. Graves will be arraigned for a prelimi nary hearing here today before United States Commissioner Taylor. The Oscar II arrived at New York November 1, having left Copenhagen October 22. According to the German embassy the latest date on the docu ments taken from Graves is September 6. The packet containing the papers probably was sent from the German foreign office that date. It is unbelieva ble, embassy oflicials declare, that the packet could have been held nearly a month and a half before being 'de spatched. Extraordinary efforts are being made to determine the identity of the messen ger who brought the packet to the I nited States and the ship he traveled HEAD AND NOSTRILS STUFFED FROM COLD "Pape's Cold Compound" ends a or grippe in a few hours cold r Your cold will break and all grippe misery end after taking a dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until three doses are taken. It promptly opens clogged-up nostrils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose Timnincr re lieves sick headache, dullness, feverish- ness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. . - Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world eives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Accept no substitute. Advt. IS ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD. Mrs. Angeline Gonyeo, of Montpelier, Moves About House and Sews. MONTPELIER, Xov. 15. Mrs. Angeline Gonyeo, who is at the city farm, observed her 100th birthday anni versary yesterday and a little party in her honor was prepared by the care taker's family. Mrs. Gonyeo was born in Canada i.nd has been at the city farm for about 20 years, going there "shortly after her husband died. She was the mother ot z children, tlireo BRATTLEBORO LOCAL. The Needlecraft will meet Friday af ternoon with Mrs. E. C. Chandler, 10 llorton place. In the Odd Fellows' bowling league team A will roll team C this evening, and on Friday night the contestants will be team 13 and D. Edward T. Jackson, jr., a teamster, and Mrs. Christine Chisholm (Faid) Noble, both of Brattleboro, were mar ried yesterday' afternoon in the office of the town clerk bv Carl S. Hopkins, Esq. The most positive indication of ap proaching continuous cold weather is .ui'iun - iiumini, inree 01 Whom """M'j; rwiunuuua ui vveauier is are now living, Mrs. Jane Fisk of Kox-! the placing of the storm door on the Imrv Vrs .Ini;i 1 ... -i . TiLc lln....n IVitU !,:, n a ........ ....... j-'ircii ij if ill II HUM linrfTfl Gonyeo, of Northfield. There are nu merous grandchildren and great -jrrand CHINESE MURDERER FORMALLY INDICTED Eow Young Is Now Serving a Life Sentence for Crime Committed in Springfield. GREENFIELD, Mass., Nov. 15. The finding of a true bill against Ban Yeoung (Bow Young), the Chinese murderer, for the murder of his laun dry nartner in Greenfield nil Sintpmlur i-, i!H;, was the most ture of the renort of the "rand inrv yesterday morning. Yeoung is at pres ent serving a life sentence in state prison and the bri:iging of the indict ment against him is very unusual for that reason. District Attorney Schoon niaker had two reasons for the action. Hirst, it will probably prevent Yeoung from ever securing a pardon; second, if pardoned, he would have to stand trial in Greenfield. Springfield China men who were active nuainst Yenumr children. In spite of her advn.w.,l nrr she is able to go about the house with out assistance and does her own mending. The inalienable right to think for one self is not appreciated by many. EASY TO DARKEN YOUR GRAY HAIR Try this! Brush Sage Tea and Sulphur Compound through your hair, tak ing one strand at a time. WIh-u you darken your hair with fcn.r.. important fea-jTea Sulphur, no one can tell, be cause it s done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mixture, though, at home is mussy and troublesome. For 50 cents you can buy at any drug store the ready-to-use preparation, improved by the addition of other ingredients, called "Wvcth's Sage and Sulphur Compound." You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with if and draw tliis through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning all gray hair disappears, andj after another ap plication or two, vour hair becomes in the future his friends! 7 v"w " l,"" K11' 1,11,1 if some time were able to secure a nardon for him for the Springfield killing, that he would return to Springfield and seek revenge. His arraignment in Green field was deferred by order of the court. No bill against Elija May of Orauge was returned by the grand jury. Mr. May, night watchman at the Bolander Parker shoe company's factory, which was badly damaged by fire early in October, was held for the grand jury in connection with the setting of the fire. Suspicious circumstances sur rounding the fire have given it an in cendiary aspect, but Mr. May has been freed of any connection with it. Other true bills found by the grand jury were against Thomas Mason of Charle mont, w ho is charged w ith breaking ami entering the house of Herbert T. Walker of Charlemont on August 2!, last; Frank Collins, who is charged with breaking and entering the Boston and Maine railroad station at Ber nardston on Aug. 15 last, and with the larceny of 12 1,000-mileagc .Itaoks, 13 500-mile mileage books, 1J9 Bernards ton to New York tickets and-a small sum of money; Emery Strope and Stel !a Woo.lard for adultery. No bill was -found - aist ' Cowstawti - Sodaiti.-. Sunderland for larcenv. ant. Gray, faded hair, though no disgrace, is a sign of old age, and as we all de sire a youthful and attractive appear ance, get busy at once with Wyeth's Sage apid Sulphur Compound and look years younger. This ready-to-use prep aration is a delightful toilet requisite and not a medicine. It is not intended for the cure, mitigation ' or prevention of disease. Advt. lirooUs House. With thi3 as a race maker it is expected that the storm lobby on the town building will be erected in a few days. Twice yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock electric lights and power on the east side of Main street were miss ing. A fuse was reported to have blown out in the local power house. The same thing happened once Mon day afternoon about 5.30 o'clock. A timetable board has been placed in the waiting room of the railroad station with the numbers of the trains on both the Boston & Maine and Central Vermont roads indicated and their advertised time of departure. It is promised that .the number of minutes each is reported late will be faithfully bulletined in time to be of benefit to patrons of the roads. A box social for the benefit of Brat tleboro chapter, I). A. It., will be held in the home of Mrs. 11. A. Staten in Vernon tomorrow afternoon under the management of Mrs. Staten, Mrs. M. I. .Reed and Mrs. B. H. Newton. Those from Brattleboro may go on the 4.10 train, returning on the evening train. The sale of boxes will begin at 4.:'. Each woman is requested to bring a box with luncheon for one. All are wel come whether members) or not. Yesterday was the 7.5th birthdav anniversary of Mrs.'IAV. TenheV, and in recognition of the Occasion a family dinner party was held1 in her home on Walnut street with eight present. Many friends called and Mrs. Tennev was remembered with' many chrysan themums, roses' and carnations, also with from 50 to 75 postcards from Ke bekalis, Odd Fellows, members of 'the Centre Congregational church and others, and the day became one of pleasant memories.. roses, $1 and $1125 a doz. senger, Florist, 18 Linden K. H. Mes St Adv. 218-223 Bridge and 500 party by the Wom an's club Friday, Nov. 17, at 3 o'clock in Odd Fellows' hall. Adv. 220 Everybody is going to hear the Lotus Male quartet with reader at the First Baptist church Nov. 22. Don't let your friends miss this evening of pure joy "Fifty-one engagements in one month." Adv. 219-21 WEST BRATTLEBORO Mrs. Harriett A. Stone Now 92. Mrs. Harriett A. Stone reached her 92d birthday anniversary yesterday in the home of Miss Kate Wheeler, where she makes her home, but there was no formal observance. Her granddaughter, Miss Maudie L. Stone of Brooklyn, N. Y., spent the week-end with her, and another 'granddaughter, Mrs. T. Chan mng Moore, am David Moore, of were with her yesterday. In the after noon she enjoyed an automobile ' ride with her guests. She keeps comfort able and reads and knits each dav and is interested in the events of the "dav. m id a great-grandson, f Bronxville, N. Y., Assistant to Mrs. Mathews. Mrs. A. Ilerrick, graduate nurse from the Farren hospital at Montague, who recently took a post -"graduate course in the Corey Hill hospital in Brookline, Mass., began work in the Melrose hos pital last evening as assistant to Mrs. Helena D. Mathews, thv superintendent. Chrysanthemums 75c, $1 doz.; carnations, 50c and and C.Oc 1.25 a a do..; Leon Martin, who is employed in Wil mington spent Sunday at his home on Melrose street. C. A. Mather of Springfield, Mass.. was admitted to the Melrose hospital yesterday for medical treatment. Mrs. Albert M. Fox is visiting her son, F. A. Fox. She spent the summer in Poultney with her daughter, Mrs. G A. Gilfeather. The Woman's association of the Con gregational church will hold a sewing meeting tomorrow afternoon with Mrs L. S. Bartlett. Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Perry, who fell Sunday morning in her homo and cut a long gash in her head, is out again, with her head ban daged. II. F. Weatherhead is having his house, which Walter Kobbins and fam ily occupy, painted on the exterior. Harry Sweetland and men are doing the work. Clarence Covey, Merrill Hamilton, Francis Taylor and Clayton Rhodes went yesterday to Duiniuerston hill, where 'they will be in camp duriug the deer hunting season. ; Mrs. Lowell Patch, formerly a resi dent of this village, who is now living with her late husband's mother. Mrs! Lowell Patch, in Putney, called on friends here yesterday. The social and card" "party held last evening in Academy hall for the bene fit of the piano, fund was attended lw a fair sized number and was an en joyable ' party! : Five hundred was played. News has been received from Miss Eunice Knight, who went to Deirv re cently on account -ot the serious illness of her sister, Miss Almira Knight, that the latter 's condition remains un changed. Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson and daugh ters of Whatelv, Mas?., ere "priests Sunday of their niece, Mrs. Frank H. Martin, whom they had not seen before for several years. Thev were on their way by automobile from Wilmington to their home in Whatelv Made To Order Weather , ,You can make any f oom in the house" just as warm as you wish with the Perfection Smokeless :Oil Heater. You can carry a Perfection Heater anywftere. It helps you dress, eat and bathe in comfort. It is handy and economical. perfjSction- SMOKELEsoiHEATERS It cuts down your coal bills wonderfully during these raw days, that need just a little heat to drive away the chill and dampness. No fires to build no coal to carry no ashes to clean up. . . Perfection Heaters are for sale at depart ment and hardware stores everywhere. Ask your dealer to show you a Perfection. De scriptive booklet mailed free on request. For best results use Socony kerosene Standard Oil Company of N. Y. Stove Dept. 23 South Pearl Street, Albany tooted iSQCDNYS IKIROSOiE OIL Notaries Public. Notaries public are said to have been appointed by the primitive Christians to collect such1 facts ns were obtain able nbont the martyrs of the first cen tury. The office afterward took a legal form and had to do with the at testing of deeds and other writings. BAD BREATH Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel, act gently on the lowtls and positively do the work. People afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The pleasant, sugar coated tablets are taken for bad breath by all who know them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gen tly but hrmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifying the entire system. They do that which dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. All the benefits of nasty, sickening, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without grip ing, pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. E. M. Edwards discovered the formula after seventeen years of prac tice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint with the attendant bad breath. Dr. Edwards' Oltv Tablets are pure ly a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Take one or two every niijht for a week and note the effect VJc and 2;c per. box. All lrugg:sts. D Coprrirht Th Boum ot Kappobimr . l8.v " i ".V. The Urgent need of ready money .induced, an overstocked manufacturer to sacrifice . two -hiMf?d" and ninety-seven Men's Suits and Overcoats'. Our " buyer happened to be on the spot at the time and secured one of the best bargains in our history. The suits come in all sizes, including stouts and young men's. $15 Value ?jp)) I N HO UDVOtTASlte Come in browns and greys, in fact all the popular shades of the season. Better get yours now. o Now on Sale 1 u UaliE :ljfw ' ir I : J, ' Copyright 1916 The House of JtuppeoheimeV ' Thtf 11 diet ffe all-wool, fast color, in brown, grey and 11V MBtO blue mixtures and serges. The materials are ' cassimere, worsteds and serges. Operators of Thirteen Cash Stores PERSON. & HUNT".'. - American Building, Brattleboro, Vt.