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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920.
o o DON'T DO THIS Leonard Relieves Deafness, Stops Head Ncisis It is not put in the ears, but is "Rubbed in Back of Ears" and "Inserted in the Nos trils." . Has had a Successful Sale since 1907. FOR SALE IN BRATTLEBORO BY BRATTLEBORO DRUG CO. Prool ot success will be given you by the above Druggists. This Signature on t Yellow Box and on Bottle Manufacturer 70 Fifth Ave., New York City SILENT VOTERS ,. C0 HOME Are Mute Reminders that This Country's Duty Is Not Done E LEPHAN T UNI RESPONSIBILITIES OF NEW PRESIDENT Plant Bulbs Now Our usual quality of Bulbs for forcing and bedding are ready and should be planted soon. HOPKINS THE FLORIST Iv i u.iness to Hoys Who Gave Lives Uv tic. Great War lie Must Do Some War FINE CEYLON OT the Argonne. Both sides in the political campaign have talked either for the league of nations as a -provocative or preventa tive of war. The election result is a mixed verdict on domestic and interna tional affairs. Yet the writer cannot help thinking today of the scene at the railroad station at night the lonely re-J mains of a boy who had given un his life for the nation. It seemed but a feeble ; ' aftermath of the cry that went up during! ' . ttfCr;inruirSS,.th,otbjHerd of 39 Recently Cap- side with beautiful nags draped about' them, soldiers escort them to the hun- dreds of villages where the heart-broken aiciuo n cjuuiiic rttu ri nils iax.fi tlatl! some faint reminder of their son's hero- tured In Corral In Jungle ism. m THE IV- ' . k V". .v LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE DESIRED EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY COMMUNICATE WITH " THE W. L. RUSSELL CO. Uiiyy.to 3Iake C; sitr!l;iite to World Peace. ! Hy. DAVID LAWRENCE. (Special Despatch to The Reformer) Copyright 1920. Etv Rome tec Marion, Ohio Nov. 3 hight Hi8 api in the little town of Princeton, New Jersey, a group of cor respondents st;od beside the then gov ernor of New Jen cy and watched the returns come in which registered the tri umph of Woohmr Wilson. He was sur rounded 1y liis wife and daughters. Hap piness and joy were theirs. The victor ious candidate breathed the enthusiasm of the great occasion. College boys came tc seienade him. lie stepped to the ver iindii and, addressing them, said it seemed to him not a moment of triumph, but of "solemn responsibility." it nas i:e-cn responsibility ever since. aim now as a new man is elected, as another' takes up the task of serving the American people from the hite house. it is rardoiiable for the- correspondents who are accustomed to the iovfulness of election victories to think of something eire to think more ot tne immense re sponsibilities that nowadays weigh down the chief magistrate of the nation. Per haps it is pardonable, too, to tell of an incident in a railroad station last night, u liciv our tiain stopped for a few min utes, an incident that in its tellinc can have no touch of campaign argument, for when the returns aie published the Amer ican people will have expressed their preferetu c tor president. The railroad Station is deserted it might have ben any station for that matter, liocaiisc a thousand such scenes must be enacted in different parts of the - These silent voters are received in to the .soil of the land they sought to de-l A nnn TT? ATPRC fend. And yet. in the great presidential 4,UUU li LZiJ 1 IJXO election where party -bitterness .and the friction of the contest has prevailed, the thought has unquestionably been of issues and subjects far afield from the sacrifices these troopers have made. The effort to stop war has gotten lit tle encouragement from America in the Impossible and last two vears. Had the fatalities been as great in the American army, as they were in the French, the people of the cnuea states mtgni nave ielt more deeply the wounds of war. There might RUSY FOR WEEKS Kept Herd Headed Towards Big Kraal Where Animals Were Captured De coy Elephants Used to Lead Wild Ones Into Captivity. LONDON, Nov. 3. A Ceylon eorre soondent of the Daily Mail thus de- have been more demand for construe- SPrjbcs hunting wild elephants in that tive ideas on the prevention of war. The . ', , mmuu . "Visitors are reminded that the object NEW ENGLAND DISTRIBUTORS 218 ELLIOT STREET, BOSTON. MASS. Advertising Copy Sent to The Reformer Early Gives Compositor Time for Better Display campaign has unfortunately centered on domestic grievances. iieh scant atten tion as was given to the greatest of all problems world peace was concen trated on violent critiefsm of the one plan offered and thus many people have been led to forget the original objects and principles of the whole tiling. The new president of the United States will have great responsibilities. lie deserves sympathy as much as congratu lation. For the thousands of boys who are returning home in the white pine boxes come as mute reminders of Ameri can duty still undone. It may be "the" league or "a" league, but it will be some kind of a leatnie of nations, something that will fulfill the pledges made when America entered the war and it will be that responsibility which the new presi dent will face. Such is the underlying psychology of this election day and when the parades of triumph and the happy plaudits of victory have died down there will come stronger and stronger the spirit of these silent voters to de mand a real contribution from. America to world peace. FATERSON IN DESPAIR Tumble in Many Silk Prices Makes Firms Bankrupt. NEW YORK. Nov. 3. A special de spatch to the Times from Paterson, N. .T., says: In spite of the distinction that has of the kraal is to catch elephants and that their presence in no way contrib utes to this result." Such was one of the rather discourag ing rules and regulations issued recently when an elephant kraal was announced to take place in the Northwest Province of Ceylon Kraals are rarely bold nowadays, and there was great competition for the privilege of being allowed to attend the actual driving of the elephants into the stockade. Preparations for a kraal are elaborate. In this case a suitable site for the stock ade in the heart of the jung'e was first selected and beaters were ent out to scout for herds of elephants. Some three or four weeks before the date fixed for the kraal the herds were surrounded by about 4,()0O beaters, who gradually narrowed the circle in which the elephants were living and shepherdei them to within a quarter of a mile of the stockade. The spot selected for the stockade was two and a half miles inside the jungle, live and a half from a wayside railway station and some 10 rni'es from Colombo. rlhree acres in extent, it contained ns HUNTRESS-ADAMS CO. On Sale T( oday 100 Pounds Amoskeag 8-Fold Sweater Yarns, the best made. Same as sold last season for $1.25. Colors, brown, gray, navy, New Reduced Price 75 for 54 -lb. skein 36-inch Eiderdown, white only. For baby blankets and robes. and trimmings. Brown, taupe, $3.75 yd. Crushed Plush, for scarfs beaver atAj .-3. m.ii f?,fiir v me uinuiii mm Hint ur) . , , . . , , , come to her as "The Silk City" and the'I"? ground and a pond, with the jungle United t:ites nowiiilavs. Tl i ere s a I the trooper in full uniform asleen on a bench ""nana ror me spin ng or ner nuns ana rear the baggage mum. He wears an",e consequent tumbling of prices from ammunition belt and revolver. He is on dntv. A few feet awav on a truck it is an American nag. .American hoy. are coming Fiance that way. Their votes were 'cast left intact, so that the elephants when first driven in would not be alarine!. Trunks of trees about 10 feet high and 12 inches in diameter driven into the ground about two feet apart, with tops treaty altitude of recent days have pointed, composed me icnce wiiieu was Lyons of America," Paterson is begin ning to wonder if it pays, after all, to be a 'one industry citv."" The slumu in the 36-inch Black Costume Velvet, $6.00 value, New Reduced Price $4.25 Black "Hat Panne" -and Panne Velvet, I j; $3.75 Keep the Kiddies Warm With the Genuine Dr. Denton's Sleeping Gar ments, ages 0 to 10 yrs $1.25 to $2.15 New Sunset Dyes, 15 package November Columbia Records Come in and listen to them 35 o S3 baggage' tbrown her into a state of despair. Many further strengthened by thick crossbars k -a ivnitp rniif 'nv and ( r.innu u"u' wvnc I'nun-i --- - ------ Hundreds ot.iul'l i n;uftiMj 01 nt:i immu ioil-i; home from on the battle fields of France. It s two years this month since the puns stopped roaring in & BNi SNJ V V'lrSS Uxi MW- i --w ftoV' - -' :A ave out of emploj-ment, and the new emo tion is mocking the feverish prosperity ot th" not so long ago. The post-war oriry of extravagance in which the new millions of speudets, who came to know the cost of everything but th value of nothing, disported them selves, started an ephemeral demand for the silken stuffs to the production of side with other heavy logs At 1 o'clock in the morning the vis itors silently took up their positions in the stands erected on one side of the stockade, around which for greater safe ty was ranged a second army of beat ers. A long delay ensued. Suddenly a terrific burst of firing and shouting as sailed our ears, and then we saw shad owy forms plunging tnrougir tne tonage which Paterson bas almost exclusively de- inside the stockade and heard the sound voted herself. Paterson saw the flood t of trees crashing to the ground as the gates of gold opened on her, and plunged with a mad abandon into the swim at its rising to be left low on the rocks in the ebb. VICTORY FOR PRINCIPLES. Governor-Elect Hartness Makes State ment on Elerfion. SPUING FIELD, Vt., Nov. 3. Governor-elect James Hartness, when asked to make a statement for publication, said that he attributed the, big majority for i lie turtle iirKfi jiiauuy iu biciuiiic hi-wuiv . ... . .1 an.i tl, .mtirmf, tWt mMClieu l, 111.- Uru, . friehtenel elephants were driven from the open jungle into the prison they could not see. And then the decoy ele phants began their work. Headed by a veteran, the strongest elephant in Ceylon, the seven decoys en tered the stockade and the gates were closed. Ohareinsr through the jungle, the decoys surrounded the captured 'herd'' of .!. now thirstily drinking at the pond Two mahouts were on the back of each decor. I'nderneath each trunk stood the nooser. with a noose of plaited deer hide in his hand, the other end be- The astaiif-Coked Breakfast Cereal With Sunny corn you can have a cooked cereal ready in an instant Simply stir into boiling: water and it's done. It has already been thoroughly cooked at the mills, go never boil it over two minutes! Just the delicious hearts of the choicest white ccrnground fine, steam-cooked and prepared for instant serving by a patented milling process which also brings out a rich, mellow, creamy fla vor that's great! Try a package. Your grocer will refund your . money if you ; don't like Sunny corn! DELICIOUS FOODS Surinycora Salad and Cooking Oil Pancake Flour Mongette Pudding Powder 10-MInute Hominy Cream Corn Meal Table Oil ' Prepared Brown Bread Flour THE PATENT CEREALS CO., GENEVA, N. Y. 1PI 1 1 1 t, r Willi . I ml i i if SSt mm n?ife jl sjr lj rticT . 111 r-i 111 1 1 :.r.,s n ..1 t the state committee. 'T consider the magnificent endorse nient of lU'putjhcan candidates by the voters as tribute to Republican princi ples," said the governor-elect, "rather than an endorsement of personalities. I 1111 deenlv appreciative of what the state committee has done for us but I feci that the result means that Vermont, like the rest of the country, lielieves in constitu tional .government. "Incidentally, the state ticket must ac- k now ledge the benefit of a very consider- b!e 'pull' from the national ticket. 1 he names of IIardinr and ( oolidge have meant a lot to the rest of us. RE-ARREST OF BOSTON MAN. Pleads Guilty to Ilegal Transporting Liquor, Now Must Face Federal Court. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION. Nov. X The trial of Bernard B. btolmaker and William 1. Grossman, the two Boston men arrested Saturday for illegal trans portation of intoxicating liquors, opened Monday morning before .Judge A. II. Whittam in Hartford municipal court. Roth men pleaded ouilty and were placed under bail of $125 to await, sentence No vember 30. The men were then re-arrested by a marshal of the United States district court, who takes them before Commissioner IT. C. Shurtleff in Mont- nelier to have bail fixed m that court. The 144 bottles of liquor seized in the automobile of the two men are yet in White River Junction and have not been destroyed, as reported. Softlv the nooser crept up. Waiting until a wild elephant raised a hind foot, he deftlv slimed the noose round it and fled for his life. If an elephant stood motionless, the decoy tickled his foot with the end of his trunk in order to make him raise it and let the nooser do work. Then becan the tug-of-war. the wild eleohant trumpeting loudly and strug gling to free himself, while the decoy slowlv pul'ed him out of the "Rugger wriim" of his aiiirrv and frightened fel lows toward a big tree, round which he began to walk, twisting the rope the while. Other decoys loafed up to assist. And when the wild one became obstreperous thev beat him with their trunks anil pushed him with their heads, standing close bv around him until the beaters had securely tied his hind legs to the tree and slipped off the noose. Then oft. the decors rolled, to do it all again, lead ing the newly tied monster to pull and truggle. trumpet and bellow, tin tiren nut. T.ater. each captured animal, now cowed and tractable, was led out of the stockade yoked between decoys. GENERAL WOOD LOSES VOTE. Iirother Forgets o rut His Name on Voting List. mT77.rcrS RAY. Nov. 3. Maj. Gen. r,.i vwl who came on from Chi- cago in order to cast his vote tor Harding and Coo'idge at his old nome in l.ourne. arrived here yesterday to find that his name had not been placed upon the voting list and that it was impossible for this reason for him to vote. This situation occurred because (en. Wood's brother. John Wood, who lives in i,..- 1,0,1 frtrirntten the ireneral's re- quest to make sure that his name was placed on the list, nenerai mmi was greatly disappointed at his inability to cast a ballot. CUT DEBT $24,846,435. Nation Still Owes $24.062.509,6-2 Ex- penditures Last Month $426,497,372. n- t ciiTVf!T( IV 'Vnv 3 TYpfiKiirv operations for October resulted in a further-reduction in the public debt, accord ing to figures mane piiDiie yesreroay wi,n-i,,r th pi-oss debt to be $24.0f.2.r0iV (1'2. This represents a reduction of $l'4.S40.4rr during the month. Ordinary expenditures of the govern ment during the month totaled $4,fi.497. against total ordinary receipts of .S'J20.(l.'U,S04. The difference of .$200. 402.507 was more than overcome, how ever, bv other transactions by the depart ment affecting the public debt. TWO MINUTES SILENCE NOV. It. British Empire to Pay Tribute to the Great Dead Armistice Djv. LONDON, Nov. A two -n-.Hute si lence on Armistice dy. Nov. 11. in mem ory of the great dead, will be observed as far as possible throughout the British Em pire, the prime minister announced in the house of commons. She Never Kicks, A Los Angeles man has been grant cd a divorce because his wife forced him to do the family wash. If women, ever asked divorce on such ground! the courts would all have to operate night shifts. The New Lamps ARE HERE Novelties in Silks and Cretonnes HdRTON D. WALKER K-rn 7- THE OLDEST INVESTMENT 7 "The oldest investment the world knows Is the Real EsUte Mortgage. Twenty-one hundred years before Christ, in ancient Babylon, money was loaned on mortgages. These mortgages were recorded on bricks and preserved in great earthenware jars that were sunk in the earth. They were dug up Biter they had reposed there 3,000 years." The safety of a first mortgage on real estate has never been ques tioned. Farm land is the safest form of real estate. Therefore, a first mortgage on farm land Is a very safe Investment. And a WESTERN FARM MORTGAGE SECURITY IS NOT ONLY SAFE ENOUGH, BUT ALSO VERY SATISFACTORY, if rightly SECURED. For thirty-four years the VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST COM PANY has negotiated and sold to Banks, Insurance Companies, Col leges, Trustees, and Individuals, a choice selection of NORTHWEST. ERN FIRST MORTGAGE FARM SECURITIES. No Investor has ever lost a dollar or been asked to accept a foot of land. VERMONT LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY F. B. 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