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THE BR ATTLEB OHO DAILY REFOBMER: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1920.
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IScm now to keep a note bonk at the mMresses of relative, " Tricnds, acquniiitaiiecs, business nssofin tcs and oustmncrs. 2 Think of pt'oplc you used to know who would liki- to hear from j-mi a:;;iin. 3. Think particularly of the old foiks. of the children in your neighborhood, your emiiloyi's. r.nd members of our eliureh. 4. Select now an appiMprinte Christ mas greetinj: card for every , . one on your list, get them addressed early, and mail them in plenty of time to be delivered before Christmas. i Whether or not you send a gift, a greeting card carries just the sentiment you want to express. t HOPKINS THE FLORIST The New Lamps ARE HERE Novelties in Silks and Cretonnes rlh-rHGRTON D. WALKER- WILL PRESIDENT APPEAR IN PERSON? Wants 'to Go Ho Vgrcss Before Con Read v Hi& Final Message-, RECOMMENDATIONS ARE KEPT SECRET a tariff bilLif it followed the lines of sug gestions on that question which he has already made to congress. The President has favored protection for infant indus tries and others whose economic relation snip 'to the tariff question has been dis turbed by war. out lie lias by no means indicated that he would sanction the kind of a tariff bill which the Iiepublicans would put before him. - To work out any kind of tariff bill would take practically all of a session of congress, and leadera of both sides agree tbat unless tlwre was an assurance, of com promise the time? would be wasted.-"" lirit the Republicans, who Want high protection care nothing abbut'a compromise bill, and without any influence from the White House tlie tariff bill that would be drawn would be strongly protectionist. 'Even Warren Harding will have his, troubles keeping the advocates of a high td riff frma gojng tf extremes so the prospects of a compromise bill are brighter under 'the next Republican administration than in t he -"short session of congress about to begin. . . ' Practically the same situation exists with regard, to ta)ces: Efforts will surely Ik ma'dev io get relief from tax burdens and it will bemore difficult for the Repub licans to ignore the tax question than the tariff. It is fully expected, for instance, that the President will in his message take occasion to. approve. the suggestions for a reduction of. taxation to be made by Sec retary Houston in his annual report of the treasury department. If those sug gestions meet with popular approval, it is I thought the Republican majority will be compelled at least to begin hearings and make a start on the question lest it be too long delayed or swallowed up in the mass of questions sure to be coming up in the extra session under the Harding administration. Some definition of policy will be re quired from.the Republican leaders as soon as the- .session t opens next week for the pressure from" all parts of the coun try seems, to be growing for some kind of an emergency resolution to take care of December payments of income taxes. The suggestion has been mrde that instead of adopting a policy whit ; would enable the treasury department to exercise discretion as to the individual cases of firms abso lutely needing a postponement, a resolu tion be adopted . postponing the payment r.f all December taxes to February or .March, and rearranging the time of pay ment of lUlf 1 taxes. The Republicans would prefer to tackle the whole tax ques tion afresh in the extra session of con gress. Dut tney inayi tte compelled to per mit the passage of an emergency resolu- ling lias b;en given. From a political t ion. The treasury department is opposed to tlie idea, hut it is doubtful whether President Wilson would teel justified in exercising a veto if congress took full re sjwinsibilfty for the postponement and the consequent effect uhui the government's resources. &iiMtatfi'ttl!ttinirx; iiitignii',iiif',iiiiT'iiil'ri' i- f , E3 Adanr&s C Republican Congress Not Likely to Act I'pon Them - Definition of Tolicy Re ru!rl from' Republicans Must Act - cn Payment of Income Taxes. P.y DAVID LAWRENCE. ' (Special Despatch to The Reformer.) Copyright" 1920. WASHINGTON, Nov. "0. Congress g-U; back next week for its regular Decem ber session, but whether President Wilson will deliver his annual address in person as he has done so many times before, or whether -he will send it to be read by a clerk as other presidents used to do, is still undetermined. The President him f elf wants to make a farewell appearance at the capitol and is said to be well enough to do so. Yet there is always a risk with one who lias ' bad a nervous bieskdjwn that excitement might bring on a recurrence of the same trouble. Wht never any decision has had to be made involving a risk to the President's health, the members of the President's family have always played safe by avoid ing the risk altogether. That's why it stems unlikely that Mr. Wilson will go to eougi est;, though he is strong-willed and iua insist upon doing it. There are, mi the other hand, those who think the Presi dent mi'rht he persuaded to postpone his visit until the close of the session in March and say good-bye then. As for the contents of the presidential message which is being prepared, no ink- Oils and mj 4 T, an is 0 m on 'unrisimas Complete Gift Showing Now Ready Goods if f iewpoiut. il tor no other, there will be iTteimmendaf ions that congress reduce the l.u.d'ii of taxes and also cut the cost of living. f course it is, unlikely that the Republicans who are in the majority in both houses will permit any action to be taken .n the recommendations of a Demo cratic president, since their own president will take office in three months ruid call an extra session of congress to ad.jt a legislative program. The 1 emocrnts. how ever, talk of wasted time !;ml opportunity and will not lose the chance to accuse the I Republicans of dilatory tactics and politi cal expediency On the other hand, the Republican leaders already counter with this query: Would President Wilson sign a Kcpuhucan tax hill, especially one that proposed the raising of revenue by the imposition of a protective tariff? While house officials say Mr.- Wilson would sign HEARD WHAT ANOTHER WOMAN SAID WOMAN HELD FOR COLLEGE THEFTS DOLLS DOLLS Infants' Knit Goods Bootees, long or short, ' 35c, 50c, 69c, 95c, $1.00 Infants' Knit Jackets, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.75 Infants' Sweaters, $3.98, $4.50, $4.98 Knit Leggins, out feet . . . with or with .. $2.25, $2.50 In Infinite Variety Celluloid Jointed Dolls 15c. 25c, 75c Kewpies, with real hair . . . 50c, $1.25, $1.75 Dressed Dolls.. 87c. 98c, $1.25, $1.75, $1.98 Harem Dells $2.50 Baby Dells as low as 39c Kid Body Jointed Dolls, with luxuriant hair and eyes that open and shut, at $2.98, $3.98, $4.98, $5.98 This is about the first appearance of kid body dolls since the earlier days of the War. 3 Mr. M.-irgnrft Ponncire of Murray Sktigxjt, St. John, N. I!., writes: "I hran! a lady nay n she bought a bottle of 'Dr. Trues Elixir' fur her children, anil it was siilendid. 1 am fjloi'l 1 know of something good now. I got a buttle and I thini it. is great." The laxative mentioned above is Dr. True's Elixir, the Family Laxative ami Worm Ex Ieller. It is very pleas.-int to take; children ke it, and it is mild in action. Xo harmful dniRS. It's surprising to know the number of young sters and even grown-ups who suffer from worms hut don't realize it.. Every one needs a good laxative to avoid stomach troubles. Signs of Worms: Offensive breath, swollen up;er lip, sour stomach, pains about the navel, pale face, eyes heavy and dull, twitching eye lids, itching of the nose, short dry cough, grinding of the teeth, red points on the tongue, starting during sleep, slow fever. Adv. 1.-1 v ,t CARELESSNESS .' . v- is nuj w.ii flfi u( k i', ui'- LiU-r tuba . "" Are we as OWEFLX r As we s&ouia be? Are TOE? Am I? M ' i UETAREFUL WHKRE YOU "TliKOW--LIGHTED- CIGARS, i r:Si ,VU--.;if W..!A- MGARK'tTES. ANDrrMAl'CHES "' - Don't, ilk)v-CliiWreu- 4o Play ViUil Matches. . Don't Allow Fire Hazards - to Exist In Your Home or Place of Business A UTTLE CARE ON 'YOUR PART WILL GREATLY REDUCE - ' - FIKE LOSSES ' " COMMON CAUSES OF FIRES Accumulation of Rubbish. Accumulation of Oily liags 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 YOUR JOB : ? H. E. Taylor & Son Ins. Agency " Mi fcrosby Block 114 Main Street Brattleboro, Vt. ToCureaCold in One Day Take Laxative tablets Be sure its Bromo Tho genuine bears this signature 30c. Mrs. Florence Hunter Davis, Arrested in Greenfield. Pleads Guilty in North ampton District Court. NORTHAMPTON. Mass., Nov. HO. Mrs. Florence Hunter Davis, who was ar lested Sunday at Greenfield through tho efforts of ('apt. M. J. Lyons for- the lar ceny of money arul a coat from Smith col lege girls, and money from Mrs. Julia Thortiiley of Northampton, pleaded guilty in the district couit yesterday to fitnr counts of larceny and was held in the simii of $.".HMI for the grand jury, and committed. Mrs. 'Davis had in her pos session when arrested a bunch of .'U skele ton keys. : , . 1 he four ehai-BftS wore t he la rceny of $40 from Mrs. .1ulia Thorniley, treasurer tin lj)Hmhiiwl lmjdii rlt-t ( Vri assoj-iation, tlie money being taken from a "iouk room wnen ttie association was holding a meeting at Northampton Dee. - : the larceny of $72 from college girls of the Chapin house, Oct. 1; the larceny of S14 from college girls of the Gillett nouse, tlie Jim. ami tlie larceny of a rac coon coat, valued at ,$r00. from Miss Marv Macliain. a college student of the Ouill h'oise. the 27th. the coat being taken from the alumnae house. The larcenies of the second count, from the Chimin house, were itemiCed as fol lows: From Lillian Smith, JS'J.'i : Marv K. Smith of Hushford. Minn.. S21 : Alice Anthony of Providence. II. I.. $S ; Sarah Morton of Fall Uiver. $.' : Frances liatise (f Harrishurg. Pa.. $7: Stella Stack. Si ; Anna Acall. S( : Paula Thomas of Atlan ta, (la.. $10. The items of the third count. larcenies from the Gillett house, were itemized as follows : From Adela Simons. S'2 : Catherine Young of Akron. ()., S.'J ; Catherine ("lark of St. Cloud. Minn.. $1 : Miriam Russell of Concord Junction, $S. Teddy Bears, from the most life size smaller ones to al- 75c to $2.98 Jersey or gray Leggins black. brown . $2.25 1 nl Infants' Bonnets and Toques, 78c, $1.10, $1.25 to $2.75 Cashmere Coats and Capes, $4.50, $5.75, $5.98 Infants' Underwear Shirts, Bands. Stock ings, etc., in part or all wool, silk and wool. j Teddy Bear Suits $6.75, $7.98, $10.75 tl II TO PUT mm are made and robust. ON needed flesh take Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery. I5y restoring the normal action of -the deranged organs, it builds the'tlesh up to a safe and Healthy . standard prompt ly, pleasantly and naturally . The weak, emaciated, thin, pale and puny strong, plump, rosy, Nothing so effective and flesh- as a strength-restorer maker. In everything that's claimed for- the "Discovery" in purify ing the blood, and building up the flesh and strength it is reliable. FRIENDS OF IRISH .MEET. Vermonters Opposed To Violence Offi cers of State Organ iat ion. RUTLAND. Nov. :?(. About 50 del egates were present at the state conven tion of the Friends of Irish Freedom h ld in this city Sunday. 'The business ses sion in the afternoon was followed by a banquet at the Hotel Berwick and " an evening meeting at the Strand theater. These officers were elected: J. J. Der ren, Poultney. president; Mrs. T. W. Moloney, Rutland, .vice president; John F. Moloney, Ruttand, treasurer Miss Mary Daley. Poultney, secretary: J. C. Brennan. West Rutland; Rev. Richard R. Cahill. Bennington; James O'Neill, Burlington; Kev. T. .T. Leonard of Mid dlebury. James Byrone of Bellows Falls, D. McDermott of Bellows Falls and P. H. Phalen of West Rutland, councillors. Tho following resolutions were adopted: "We submit to our government that the lawless reign of English militarism now rampart in Ireland under tlie gov ernment of Lloyd George exceeds in sav agery and inhumanity the conditions which prevailed in Cuba under Spanish intervention and the overthrow of Span ish tyranny in that island, and these con ditions amply justify an American test nsrainst their (ontinuance. ''Believing at the present time far more can be accomplished for Ireland in America by a -campaign of education, peaceful argument anil propaganda of truth, rather than by violence; therefore, be it "Resolved, That we. the Vermont State crnvention. assembled at. Rutland Nov. 2S. 1!20 hereby denounce- and repudiate violence and riotous action of whatever nature -in connection with the contro versy and the right of independence of Ireland." pro- PREDICTS T.4 SNOW STORMS . . Weather Prophet of 50 Years Tells About -. . Coming Winter. BROOKFIKLD, Mass., Nov: 30. Charles II. Steele, aged - NT years, who claims to liaVe come close to hitting the exact weather conditions in his annual prognostications during the past ."0 years, has issued a forecast which pre dicts .'M snowstorms for -4his winter. A snow-storm, he says, is a fall of snow in which he can ''track a black cut from the woodshed to his kitchen." Most critics are agreed that few if any women novelists have produced work:; equal to the prcat novels of men. No woman at all has risen to the high est place in either painting or sculpture, and probably none has modticed music that is better than second rate. Infants' Christmas Novelties Baby Books, Announcement Cards, Brush and Comb Sets, Carriage Straps and Clasps, Job's Tears, Hot Water Bottles, Coat Hang ers, Rattles from 25c to $1, and many other Infants' Novelties. Bubhlc Books Including Records to be played on the Columbia Grafonola a dozen differ ent varieties afford infinite amusement, as well as in struction for Kiddies of all ages. SuOP XADiy Complete Christmas Stocks in Every Department Plan on making a family gift of a Columbia Grafonola and Columbia Records to while . r - away the long winter evenings. POSTMISTRESS ARRESTED. (barged With Embezlcnra-,t of Gov ernment Funds At Wilder. WILDER. Nov. SO. Federal officers n nested Mrs. Ismay K. Garrity, the 1 cal postmistress, yesterday on a charge 'of embezzlement of government funds. The shortages are alleged to amount to Sl.OOO. She was taken to Montpelier for arraignment in federal court today. A California woman has a home that i a veritable House of Hearts. The tables, chairs, etc., in fact, all tlie furn iture of the peculiar house, is heart shaped. The beds have hcart-sliape.1 headboards supported on lxth sides by bedposts to represent Cupid's arrows. Stops The Tickle. Heals the Throat and Cures the Cough. HAYES' HEALING HONEY. Price 85c. A free Box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and Croup is enclosed with every bottle. Demonstration of Jiffy Jell ALL THIS WEEK AT BUSHNELL'S Ten flavors Loganberry, Pineapple, Raspberry, Strawberry, Orange, Lemon, Cherry and Coffee. Be sure and see the Jiffy Pie a mixture for making Pie, Custard, Pudding and Cake Filling. J. E. BUSHNELL ELLIOT STREET I 94 . 4 m &&mm rl'P " 'Undreds of thousands, sir," says the barber. Pinned to something more exact, he claimed .2SS,000. for one week. 1 DOMINION'S SCENIC BEAUTIES. INCLUDING HIGHEST MOUNTAIN PEAKS. ''";' ON CANADIAN NATIONAL GRAND TRUNK ROUTE. New ciaily trains: Montreal to Vancouver and Toronto to Vancouver. Unexcelled Equipment, with Observa tion Cars. Ottawa, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Prince Rupert. Dinini and Sleeping Car Service tnat will make your journey a pleasure. : ' ' . - Stop-over at famous hotels: The Chateau Laurier, Ottawa; The Fort Garry, Winnipeg; The Macdonald, tdmonton. Travel to California and Pacific Coast points at least ona way through Canada ihis year. Every assistance gladly given in planning your tour. Write or Call CANADIAN NATIONAL GRAND TRUNK RAILWAYS W. R. Eastman, General Agent, Passanijer Department Old South Building Room (206), 294 Washington Street Boston, 9, Mass. &6 M nh A I" i