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THE I3R ATTLEBOHO DAILY REFORMER' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920.
3 A Rat That Didn't Smell After Being Dead for 3 Months. '"I swear it was loal at leat 3 months." said James S.vkes. Butcher. Westiiolcl, N. J. "We saw this rat rvery day. Put a cak of RAT-SNAP behind a iiarre'. Months later my wife asked about t li rat. Remembered the Jas. Watson Says. "I'll Never Forget without RAT-SNAP. It's the surest iiiiekst rat destroyer I know." Three sizes, ;;..('.. $1.25. Sold and guaran teed by Hrattleboro Drug Co. Adv. .ADVERTISE IN THE REFORMER DEATHS AT BELLOWS FALLS Two Business Men and Mrs. L. L. Rich ardson Are Dead. BELLOWS FALLS. Nov. 9. Mrs. L. L. Richardson, aged ."), died Sunday at the Rockingham hospital. The fam ily now live in Charlestown, X. II.. but for 27, years Mr. Richardson was a lo cal business men. a member of the firm of Richardson Brothers, shoe dealers. Fred Rand of Saxtons River died November 5. He was born in Windham in 18."4, moved to Saxtonsi River from Townshend in 1SSG where he ran a livery J stable for many years. lie was a deputy sheriff and breeder of Durham cattle. Clark Chase, retired business man. died yesterday morning. He was . born in Wulpole, N. II., . in . 1S37, ran a store I in Westminster' and came to Bellows I Falls in l.K."i! and established a fiimi , two and undertaking business. He sold out in 1S!; and the store is now run by Feuton & Hennessey. He leaves a widow and one daughter, Mrs. George . E. I 'age. of Worcester, Mass. nnnhniTinili Tn UITOIIIUN IU SUBSCRIBE FOR THE REFORMER III s3 j l"T"TrM"7TMT7n",,T,llTT""TT" 3E i s- HH' A WRY SAT ISFACT MEM d tii nicilTis W f of Colds roat irriiations A 9 s .... dp MENTHOLATED HOARHOUND THEY STOP THE TIC KLE r f i N to UL1 1 i ii I 'i is ; ii J WiB-M!wirf I.L kv,i l II Ik Ul-II rifi 3 fir?... 3iM If jou could Buildyoiirlioiise over again-owr way MANY an inviting bay window and well-lighted corner is uncomfortable and unsafe when a cold wind is blowing outside. But don't forego the pleasures of, an interesting book or magazine sim ply because your radiator was misplaced. Put a Perfection Oil Heater in the path of those air currents and drafts. Then you can enjoy your favorite story in 70 or 72 of solid comfort. Heat 'where yon 'want it, from "the portable radiator" That is what over a million families are using to keep their coal bills down. A low, even fire in your furnace or steam heater for general warmth all over the house. Then a Perfection, " the port able radiator," in the rooms and cor ners you actually use. Save "driving" your regular heater to keep seldom-used rooms and hallways unnecessarily warm. The Perfection is light, compact and durable. It is an ornament in any room blue or blac'fc finish, with or without nickeled trimmings. Burns for about 10 hours without refilling. No care, fuss or bother just cozy comfort, when you want it, where you need it. A child can operate it. Most hardware, housefurnishing and depart ment stores sell the Perfection Oil Heater. Your dealer will gladly show you its simple, sturdy construction and smokeless wick adjustment. Look at one today. For best results use Socony Kerosene. RFEC TION Oil Biters Wl HRQSENE If w) .OIL tiy STANDARD OIL GO. OF NEW YORK SPEAKER GILLETT Left Some Sores Among Republicans During Last Session WESTERNERS ; TALK OF CHOOSING ANOTHER Congress May Upset Claim of Seniority in Selecting Committee Chairmen . Shortage OI uemocrais ior Vommuiee rotations. Washington. Nov. o. There is some talk among Republicans of reviving the move for the elimination of seniority promotion to chairmanships of congres sional committees ami for a one-term pol icy as to the speakership. Independent Republicans of the West unsuccessfully led a fight to break down the tradition respecting the promotion of seniors to chairmanships at the last ses sion. It is understood that the same group will attempt again to accomplish this, as well as elect a new speaker in place of Speaker Gillett upon the reor ganization of the f7th congress. Speaker Gillett has been none too pop ular and his election left a great many sores atnong the Republicans who had supported Representative James II. Mann for speaker at the last session. The western states have returned a large ma jority of Republican members, and if the new members should get behind a new candidate for speaker the movement to displace Gillett would start with vigor. It is understood that the senate leaders who iniected their personalities into the speakership fight are opposed to the dis placement of Gillett as they hope to have - . i f the next session nee irom any . iacuonai 'differences. With the Republican -major- ity so large, however, there is every indi cation that factional differences will arise in the special session, and that the1 first skirmish will be over the seniority rule and center around the election of the sneaker. Republican leaders of the bouse intend to bniiE to the attention of I'resident elect Harding the desirability of placing in the cabinet- men who have had long experience and special training, for pub lic office. It is understood that they will seek the appointment of Representative John , 7. Esch of AVisconsin, joint author of the Ksch-( ummins transportation act, who was defeated in the primaries, for secretary of commerce, a pot. which they say, he i especially fitted to hold by rea son of his long stuly of business ques tions. Organized labor and the La Fol- lette faction opposed him because of his activities in behalf of the transportation act. Mr. I.sch is the only enainnan of an imtortant house committee who was de feated and his place as bead of the inter state commerce committee will be taken by Representative Samuel E. AVinslow of Massachusetts. The Republican landslide eliminated sa monv Democrats that each Democrat in the house will be appointed to a num ber of committees in order to makeup the minoritv representation. According to the latest Republican figures, the Dem ocrats will have ll!! representatives. I here arc 11 important committees, th ways and means, military affairs, naval affairs, postoffice and post roads, judi- ciarv. rivers and harbors, foreign affairs interstate and foreign commerce, agricul ture, appropriations and rules. Member ship on these under the present rules pre cludes membership in the lesser commit tees, which number "!. If the custom is followed and six Dem ocrats are named on each of the 11 major committees. fHJ "Democrats will have been accounted for ami there will be only (' for appointment to other committees. SCORES tPALMEB'S IMPUDENCE. . Judge Anderson Postpones Investigation of His Acts In Coal Cases. ' " INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 0. At torney General Palmer's orders limiting the government's evidence to be used in the soft . coal conspiracy cases against 12(5 operators and miners in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Western Pennsylvania were critized by Federal Judge Anderson in the United States district court here yesterday as being "strangely close ' to the compounding of a felony," and also 'dangerously near contempt of court." Trial of the cases was scheduled to be gin but government counsel said it was not ready to proceed. Before granting the continuance asked by the government counsel, Judge Anderson undertook an investigation of the attorney general's orders regarding the cases, ending with his criticism of Mr. Palmer's conduct. The icourt set next January 10 as the date for calling the trials again, and announced" that "the interval of time will give us time to get our bearings and at least find out whether we arc to govern by law or by person." Once before the judge . had declared that Mr. Palmer's attitude in the cases was that of "personal government, not government by law." The attorney general was not nresent at the investigation, but C. B. Ames, former chief assistant to Mr. Pal in en explained that Mr. Palmer's orders had been misunderstood by government coun sel, wno, testifying at the investigation said tne orders possibly nullified the pros ecuiion. Mrs. Emma Sells Marshall of Topeka, Knns., has received a letter 23 Va feet Iojik from her daughter, who is touring Japan. ACHES AND PAINS SLOAN'S GETS 'EMI Famous pain and ache Llnlment l.ept handy, brings warming, gratifying relief , RHEUMATIC twinges ease up soon. So do stiff joints, lame back, neuralgia, overtaxed mus cles, and those pains from weather ex posure, too they don't fight long against the counter-irritation that Sloan's Liniment produces. Always keep this old family friend Tiandy for instant use a little pent' traies without rubbing, leaving no skin stains, muss, or clogged pores. Its very odor healthy and stimulating suggests the good it will do. . All druggists. Three sizes 33c, 70c, S 1 .40. Largest size is most economical. $100 Down On Ford'Cars i . . . ; 1 - Yes. we have sold all the other bargains, .but have the following cars, which represent, the tremend ous value of Ford , Motor Com pany's cars. . 2 1919 Touring Carsat $450.00 1 1917 Touring Car $375.00 1 1915 Touring Car . $200.00 1 Runabout with express body on rear $175.00 1 1915 Runabout'...... $250.00 And a wonderful little chassis suitable for converting into a small racer type. Ask for ' the the Kstey Organ Co. Chassis. " John E. Smith & Co. Corner Main and High Streets RRATTL.KBOKO, VT. LARGER CROPS THIS YEAR More Corn, Potatoes, Tobacco, Apples and Sugar Reets. "WASHINGTON, Nov. !. The corn cron this year is estimated at 3.3!K).12(.- (MK bushels by the department of agri culture, ine quality is i.l per cent above average. A month ago the corn crop was fore cast at 3,llt;.l!)2,(XK) bushels, while last year's production was 12.017,450.000 bush els, of which HlVJlLOoO bushels, or 4.9 per cent of the crop, remained on farms Nov. 1 this yeais compared with ;,- S.'5.()00 bushels a year ago and S2.01S.- (mm bushels the average of the preceding five years. Preliminary estimates of this years production of wheat, oats, barley, rye hay, rice and peaches were announced last month. Production of other crops as shown by the preliminary estimates yesterday follow: Potatoes. 4I.'.2.iH bushels, com pared with 424.tsi,000 last month and 3o7.!HJl,lHM) last year. Sweet potatoes, 1 05,070. 000 bushels, compared with 103.771UHH) last month and 1...7:.000 last year. Tobacco. 1 .470.440.1 mh) pounds, com pared with 1.47N.7NS.OOO last month and 1.3S0.45S.0W) Tast year. Apples. 23G.ls7.000 bushels, compared with 227,J7S.0OO last month and 147,- 4.7.00O last year. Sugar beets. S.Sl 2,000 tons, com pared with S.070.000 last month and 0,: 4241.000 last year. HAS $0,000 CAPITAL. Lake St. Catherine Power Co. of Wells to Start Business -Asbestos Co Files MONTPELIER. Nov. The Lake St. Catherine Power company of Wells has received the approval of the public Service commission to commence business and has filed its articles of association in the secretary of state's office. .The capital stock is $0,000, while the papers are signed by Marvin Strong. Granville, N. Y., Charlotte Ferguson Rupert and James Boyd of .New ork. The Asbestos Corporation of America' which was organized under the laws of Massachusetts has filed papers in the of fice desiring to register to do business m A ennont. Charles II. Thompson, for merly of this city, is interested in the company, which it is understood lias taken over the Eden talc mines interests. COOLIDGE TO ATTEND. But Cox Will Not Have Time For Con ference of Governors. MADISON. Wis.. Nov. 9. Thirty-five governors and 12 governors-elect have def initely signified their intention of being present at the annua governors confer enco at Ilarrisbmg, Penn.. Dec. 1, 2 and 3, according to Miles C. Jlilev. secretary Gov. Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts vice president-elect, telegraphed that he and Mrs. toohdge would be present Gov. .lames M. Cox of Ohio pent word that lie would be unable to attend be cause of pressing executive duties a) lowed to lapse during the presidentia campaign. BEAUTIFY THE HAIR Over a score of our customers are using Parisian Sage to save and beautify their hair. It removes all dandruff and stops itching scalp, .Sold on guarantee. Wilfred F. Eoot. 1 ' 'Merode ' 9 Underwear Week November 8 to 13 To our friends who already know the joy of "Merode" or "Harvard Mills" hand-finished underwear, this is just a friendly reminder. Now is the time to re plenish your supply. To those who are not yet acquainted with "Merode" underwear, this is our cordial invitation to visit the store which carries these garments, "Merode" underwear is soft, light and finely, knit, ex quisitely and trimly finished. And how it fits! Each garment is carefully cut by hand, made with smooth Flatlcck seams, and beautifully tailored. From first wearing to last, it never sags or stretches out of shape! There are models in "Merode" hand-finished under wear to meet everyone's taste for every style of dress. Union suits and sep arate garments for women, girls and chil dren. All weights, in cotton, merino and silk mixtures. Extra sizes for tall or stout wom - .Our underwear is marked to conform with present reduced prices. In fact we are selling the best underwear for ladies, misses, children and infants as cheap or cheap er than cheaper grades are sold in many stores. November Columbia Records Include Many of the Latest Songs and Dances. HUNTRESS - ADAMS CO. CARELESSNESS IS THE CAUSE OF 85 PER CENT OF ALL FIRES Are we as CAREFUL as we should be? Are YOU? Am I? HE CAREFUL WHERE YOU THROW LIGHTED CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND MATCHES Don't Allow Children to Play With Matches. Don't Allow Fire Hazards ' to Exist In Your Home or Mace of Business A LITTLE CARE ON YOUR PART WILL GREATLY REDUCE FIRE LOSSES COMMON CAUSES OF FIRES Accumulation of Rubbish. Accumulation of Oily Rags and Waste, Wooden Ash Barrels, Defective Chimneys, Over heated Stoves, Furnaces. Etc., Loose Electric Fixtures, Spontaneous Com bustion, Matches. Smokers. PROTECT THE HOME AND THE FAMILY AND THE FACTORY AND YOUK JOB H. E. Taylor & Son Ins. Agency 12 Crosby Block 114 Main Street Brattleboro, Vt. 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