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THE . BRATTLEBORd DAILY REFORMER.' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1920..
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first insertion; 2 Hi cents a line eat subsequent insertion. Cash in Adrsnce. Minimum Charge, 20 cent WANTED. WANTED A laundress at Memorial Hospital. - 2ri:t WANTED Good teamster. D. M. Brosnahan, 105 Elliot St. 230-tf WANTED I3eef, hop, calves and liv poultry. W.JP. Richardson. 162-tf "WANTED Man with horse to skid logs. Geo. 11. Bush, Newfane, Vt. 2."0-2::i WANTED AT" OXCE Young woman for otiiee work in Main street store. Ad dressIL, Reformer Office. 223-tf "VANTI-:D Competent girl for gen eral housework. Best of wages. Apply to Mrs. E. E. Holden, 6 Tark Place. 203-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Chevrolet roadster. -Call 347-Y. 232-237 WANTED Guns, tools, men's suits ami overcoats ; any second hand goods. G. W. Cushman, 151 Main St., 'phone 23'.). - 230-235 WANTED Housekeeper for aged couple, no children ; more for home than high wages. P. O. Box 2S1, Winchester. N. II. 1 227-232 WANTED One good roller for circu lar saw mill, one who understands saw ing. Good wages. I Iolden & Martin Lum ber Co : 21tMf WANTED To buy number of hushels of carrots and small potatoes for feeding Iiores. Address Dr. Grace Burnett. l.rat tlehoro. Vt. 2.-. 1-233 'anti:d position after school and Saturdays. iierieneed FOR SALE Six-weeks'-old pigs. G. J. Perkins & Son. 22G-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ranges, new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, soft sugar upon order. II. L. Millington, Tel. DS3-K. 230-tf FOR matic, SALE 351 Winchester auto also 22 II. power Savare rifles. Tel. 210-W. 232-234 FOR SALE Pair of good young work horses, weight 3,000. Apply Rice Farm, Brattleboro, Vt. 229-235 I amass BRATTLEBORO GOOD TOWS TO LIVE IU JOZIES FOR SALE Horse, good worker, S vears old. Weight 1.300. C. A. Whip ple, Guilford. Vt. Tel. 372-W. 22S-233 FOR SALE Gasoline engine, 2 horse power, farm lighting plant. Inquire "YYil lard Service Station, Elm street. 228-233 FOR SALE OR TRADE For village property, J)-room all year bungalow. Ad dress "Property," c-o Reformer Office. 204-tf FOR SALE Gentleman's fur coat, in good condition. Price reasonable. Mrs. Martha Policy, Hinsdale, X. II. P. O. -41.. 231-23S FOR SALE Good second hand sleigh, High school hoy wishes a 1 upholstered, new shoes, new paint. L. l,x-! 1' opeland, ".l Western Ave., Brattle- rking. Address Student. I horo. 231-230 Reformer Office. FOR SALE Baldwin apples, S3 a bar- WANTED Beef, hogs and calves and'rel while they last. F, E. Gammell, Brat pome nice fresh cows, delivered at my i tleboro, Vt. Known as the Dunklee place Saturdav or at the depot Monday morning. I will pay market price. II. G. dark. Brattleboro. 34-tf TEA 'HERS WANTED Wanted imme diately 10( grade anil rural teachers for winter vacancies. Highest -salaries. Northeastern Teachers' Agency, 2!) Main St., St. .Tohnsbury, Vt. 183-tf Farm. Tel. 211-12. FOR SALE Main street business property at a reasonable price, based on income. For particulars address B si ness Property, Care Reformer Office 20G-tf FOR SALE Tliis is gun week, come and get 'em. Fur overcoats, cloth coats WANTED Younir and drv stock and" and suits: a general line of second hand horses to board by the week. We have! goods at G. W. Cushman's, 01 Main St., Kelly, PIumb,: Rixf ord, Wetherall, Wood and Mann The last named is the poorest seller of the lot don't believe it is as good an axe as the oik- ers it looks good though. If you want to brighten up your woodshed this axe win do. It it will cut wood, too, if you need the exercise. Dig up $1.50 and send it to 38 Main street, or call 38 on the 'phone and one will be saved for you. Better look around before you buy one though In town or out, mail order catalogue or any where elsc Above price is for the axe only, the handle comes extra. CHAS. F. MANN 58 Main TEL 38 38 Main lAutostrop Razors 30-Day Free Trial NOT ALLOW WAGE REDUCTION fuof t-f-44jt4admiiratfH--tl-?Cew- England. states., according to, F.T. 3Ulier, assistant to the committee. Letters' by the1 committee from 'the administrator; he added,- complained, .that .. anthracite coal was. being sold' throughout 'New England for flS and- $25 a 'ton; '.''"'" ' ; - '- . ' Governors - t'oolwge"1 of 'Massachusetts, Beec'kmaii of Rhode Island and Holcomh of Connecticut have been invited to attend. United Mine Workers of America Urged to Fight Any Wage Cut NO GOOD RESULTS WOULD FOLLOW stalls, box stalls, pens and yards avail able ; also No. 1 hav and some fodder. Scott Farm. Tel. 227-Y. 227-tf WANTED Pupil nurses and attend ants at the Taunton State Hospital. Wages $45 per month with maintenance. For particulars address Dr. Arthur V. Goss, Supt. 141-tf TO RENT. TO RENT Furnished room, 22 South Main St. 230-232 TO RENT Storage Prospect St. 'phone 23!). 230-235 FOR SALE A high class light" farm horse. Extra good driver. Age 7 vears. weight l.OiO pounds, see G gins, Hinsdale, N. II. 'Phone 12-11. SPECIAL NOTICES. HAIR GOODS Barber Bldg. -E. Bailey. 20S 182-tf CHIROPODY Elizabeth P. Bailev. F. IIig-,208 Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5. tor particulars. ; 'Phone (k)(-Y 22S-233 lS2-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most FOR SALE Fifteen heifers.. 1 to 3 ' favorable terms on sine-le j-suhserintions VJlr'e 4 Holsteins and Ayrshires. jor on reduced club rates. Send for book ....! for lot : 40 registered Berkshire-; ; 40 ' let. Brattleboro News Co. l2-tf good Shrishires ewes , !a,ubs. Ben- I fn, wtW Tr r At, T ' ' : 'you want to raise funds for your church, ijuipment. 20 'society, club, or any organization, write lah Farm. West- Hartford FOll" SALE Laundry H. P TO RENT Storage for automobiles on Elm St. Gall 347-Y. 232-237 upright boiler, two . H. V. motors, room. Jnnuire 14 S"oi ciuiuuion. write at once, goi-ng .I-tf 1 .-prinj;nem Mcnm l.auniiry. oolson Ave.. Springfield. t. 231-230 'Funds," care Reformer Office. 219-231 TO RE XT Five-room 1 lent. 35 Western Ave. modern tene-20C.-tf FOR SALE Buick touring car '191S l,model. 7-passenger, in fine condition, all enrd tires, new battery, two spare tires, i bumper in front. Shea Garage. Inc.. Flat TO RENT Four-room tenement on St., or E. II. Crane. Vermont Printing Elliot St. Edgett Co. 217-tf :Co., American Jiuilding. 21G-tf TO RENT Sunny four-room rem- FOR SALE Sixty"" acres of land'bor ment, good garden. 34 Organ St. 231 -tf j dering Spofford lake with about 1.5(H) ft. TO RENT Four-room cottage a nd , sllore ""ntase garden, .l(t. Adults only. Tel. 13-W FOR RENT Furnished apartment ( jt of six rooms, centrally located, adults only. Ready for occupancy Dec. 1. Ap-! ply Box !, Reformer T ) ner Church aud -Green Sts., and Cottage, ice .house, and garage. . One of best views of lake. Splen did chance to develop. George Warwick, .ir., Loom 3, Bndgman Block, Keene. N. 1 1-2.35 FOR SALE Thirty-one horses arrived 22S-tf i today. Dec. 1. Twelve par. all colors. REN 1 Five-room tenement cor- - ,,,. ' w!i.,t! 'i ..!n4k -,.TT bts., ana ono:ir?,.c tf.v.i 4,,.- w-.. ree-room apartment all furmshed on fh(,S(1 , fe, ti)-mjlk4. room for ,., Church St. (.has. Mmer. 220-tf ,ro w ,IjV,. a f(,w S0VOntU band, 1.10O to l.H.'.O. All kinds of har ness, collars and blankets. All horses warranted as . represented. Guilford & Wood Horse, Co.. F. ,1. Wood. IVon.. WANTED All kinds of hard and soft wood logs delivered at our mill in Put ney village. . D. J. SMITH CORPORATION LOGS WANTED We are reafly to contract for all kinflj and to pay top prices for butt cata. . a A. SMITH MFQ. CO. FOR SALE Good Horse for Light Trucking or Light Farm , Work. Weight 1,100. ADDRESS BE, REFORMER OFFICE Four Garbage Routes to Lefi Inquire of Mr. Tubbs, Organ Street Village Commissioners FRANK A. SNOW yiolin Teacher Call Tel. 7-M 10 Putney Road Orchestra Furnished for All Occasions Shelbuitie Falls. Mass. LOST. LOST Between Hinsdale and Brattle lv.ro truck tire chaine. Reward if re turned to John L. Lawtou. 0 Forest St. .'.Mi Mclnlosk Apples Delivered in Brattleboro SCOTT FARM TttL 227-Y - . DUPfl EJMUUi Banjos and Ukuleles are p 1 the best. Factory prices lid easv term. Learn to iplay the I'kulele the 'American Way. Easv and the only wav to net real music from a uke. Banjo. Mandolin and Guitar Instruction. Pupil of Sullario Cambria, Italy's finest soloist. Classes nrn. Phone or write for appointment, li. O. COOKE, - 16 Prospect Court. Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance 'Liability; Life Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro LUMBER We are now ready to buy nearly all kinds of soft and hard wood lumber. Tree run. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. DON'T LET anyone foo! you. Sell your junk to the right dealer get full price and, the right scale. Telephone connection. M. Gissen, . 104 Williams S t. , 51-t f MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money savin? prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist. South Newfane, Vt. 12-tf Painting and Paper Hanging riter all , A. MOMONEJT, 49 Clak Avenue FRED C. LEITSINGER PIANO TUNING Tel. 327-M. 107 High St. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR l.'ft Ma!n Street TOY INDI STKY'S GROWTH. It Has Increaseil Fivefold in This Coun try Since ISMS. The making of toys has increaseil five fold in the I'aitcd States since l'.M.'i. ac- rresident Lewis Says Miners Should Keen All They Get Sees Highly Financed Effort to Break-Down Trade Union ism and for Open Shops. - !, ":- i.NULYN AFOLIS, Ind., Dec. 1. The United Mine Workers of America , will not stand for any Teduction in -wages. according to the December first. issu of tin United Mine Workers Journal. This policy is stated in connection vsith a dis cussion of the movement among, employ ers throughout the country for a reduo tion of wajes in the various- industries in rue article, .John L. Lewis, interna tional president of the miners' Union, is quoted as follows: - . -""" ii cuiiisianees win we per mit any reduction in the wages of the ui country, lucre is not going to be any retiuni to pre-war wages or conditions. Any reduction in wages is an economic mistake. It never produces any good result. What the mine workers have today we are going to hold, and we propose to continue to make progress instead of going back ward. The Journal says iu part: "It is ab solutely essential that' the union have a definite and substantial policv ami that the membership shall stand behind that poncy in solid plia anx. And the most essential element in that iolicy for the Herbert' Quinn is home from I'utmey, next two years must he that there hhall where he has been woikiitg in a lumber be no backward .step. The coal miners camp for the last few months. . , .. fhev' lose anA vt ,the thi.".S that! School began again Monday . after a va " J ,,p,( YU yirusU enhee und oation of taree wceks. owjng to the illness "i,, The 'LYrl1 "nVn thati,t U,J;' Vs of the teacher, Miss Jssie Davb. in the counlry tolay a well-lehned. . . , , , , m highly-financed and ablv-conducted move'-' M- A- Thompson and family and Mra. nient on the part of employers opp'seI IT- I-u i,,n'r wnt to "est Levden. where Ut trale iinhmism to break down the t,u-v wr ?UPSt: of Mr. aud Airs, Fred unions and reduce the workers to the Miner for Tlianksgiving. -open-shop. lu,w wage system. This is one' Mr. and Mis. John Sparks. J. E. Jacobs of the greatest dangers that now con-'and Clarence Iiadway spent Sunday at front the labor movement. , V. A. DcnisvnV, coining from Northamp- "The policy of the I nited M Lne Work-' tun Muss in their automobile. ris ui .vmerica on that subject; has fieen made plain and char to the world bv President John L. Lewis. He has said that there shall be no reduction in the wages of the coal miners of Ainerira. "There is the policy of the United Mine Workers. In making that state ment, i-resuieut Lewis told the wriiir i ,nfr...i . s i ..... v 1H U III V Hill IV, I 4M.II1! erica stand for. It is the unqualified du-' 1Vrl r aml tan"tuX' ty of every member of the union to stand fpAV ,la-vs at Grafton vrsittng Mrs. tark s firmly behind the international officials. Parents. , - To stand hack, to hesitate or to fail to! Monday morning" Albert Lackey fell, give the international officials .full Mip-, strikiug his wrist uixm a saw and severed port and co-operation would be an imli-'jin nrrcrv and a nerve., Dr. Tliomas CONNECTICUT HEADQUARTERS Vermont Troops May be Part of New Division Under National Defense Act. HARTFORD, Conn., Dec... 1 .Tenta tive plans for the allocation of New Eng land troops under the new National De fense act, submitted to the chief of staff of tiie war department by Major J .. Moss Ives of Danbury, provide that one of two divisions in New England shall have its headquarters in Connecticut. It has been recommended that this division, tak ing in Maine, Vermont Rhode Island aud Connecticut, .be designated, the Twei ty-Sixth . (Yankee ) division,' '. succeeding the 'famous Nevv England .' organization including the Connecticut national 'guard troops .which distinguished, itself . in the '' The other 'New Englancf division ViU. ne connnea to .Massachusetts, wiiicn furnLshed about half thCj national guard troops in the Worhl war from New Eug- tand, New Hampshire .-'hating failed to accept th- provisions ''oF- the National Defense Act of June 4,' 1020.' ' Under' a definite milirary . policy Lasel on this act. it is calculated ah effective mobilization of MKH.(Xl0 men' in the country, conld b made within 60 days .in time of .emergency. ".' (iREEN RIVER. Archie Miuer is working (iu a lumber camp on Putney mountain. . Mr. and Mrs. B. L Hemy served dinner to IS friends Thanksgiving day. : Mr. and Mrs. Will Denison spent their Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Legate at Guilford Center. Miner Thompson attended the football game at Rutland Nov. -1 between Brattle boro high and Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. John -Hall are' -stopping at Will Denisou's a few days, before leav ing for Whitehall. N. Y. Ralph Davis of Dover came Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Davis. JAMAICA. Edith Clark is visiting in Concord. N. H. Mr. and Mrs.- James Muzzy ppent Thanksgiving iu New York city. Alts. A. W. Thomas and ,Mrs. II. P. world ijoynton spent Tuesday u Brattleboro cation of divb-ion. COUNCIL ACCEPTS OFFER. (Continued from Page 1.) tains W 'the oHd.to whom the broad, ast I iiiVitatjiHid was issued. j .Adniiiwn"ifrf the resolution was pre-' cedcti by nvriic "discussion of the leasibd-' u oiiiruig an international ft-n e to intervene "wrf-Ai rueiua, - availed alternate ly by lurkinh Nhtionalists. the JJolshcvi ki and other, -trans-t'aucasian element . in nis reply, however. Mr. Wils..n (..i.l dressed the wound. . ;4 , .,Renjamwi ,J- Stark IiaijL.a 'fdiw acci dent when the top of a glass,can which he was icHioving suddenly gave way and a sharp corner of the can cut his wrist, severing two arteries and one cord. SIGNS. Believed by Seldom Prove Many but True. . "Hun?!" The dish struck the fltxir and smashed into pieces., it was ouo.o.f her wedding he was without authorization to offer or .presents- a beaut ifui liaudipainted sau employ the military forces of the United jeer and the bride was about, to weep. States in any project for the relief of Ar- "Don't cry, dear." broke in the. cook, nienia. or anv material' cnntrihutinn ro-'nH old-fashioned woman, who was born quirinj; the con i noi now in session ana wnose action 1 drop eo u lit not forecast. the evil spirits. The i'resiilent declares, hmvever ih:i. Kh was one of those iieorle who still he is willing, upon assuiances of the m.ral believe in household jinperstitions. How- lsent of -congress, "which I across the Atlantic. "It's good luck to ession ana wnose action 1 drop, a dish, t lie noise . will scare away ,. . i : n . i i: . ,.r I a. 1- . u tliplomatic support of the principal' ever, although there are very tew neiiev- Ji( J iVVo i Un'1S i'itel powers, to endeavor to bring about peace: ers in this JOth century, -a list of pop- States In l.tl.i this country yas turning between the coutendinK parties in Anne-1 ular beliefs is alwavs interesting. Here out .VL'O OOOMM) worth of toys yearly and f through arbitration, lie asked suS- are a few : . " , today the business ha.- acacherl the SUM).-; gestions as to the avenues throneh 1,1.1, i.'..,. ittne.a' it von shnrnen the bread OOO.(KM) mark. The United 'States toy makers are selling their product abroad in ever increasing quantities. The industry employs about lO.OtMl workers. i l set ore. the war. .Mr.. Coleman torn a i count of the faim iaritv of llcnrv Mm- ' Tunes reiK)iter, "the niianufacturer here. ; gcuthau. former ambassador to Tin kev, ' v. as forced to compete so. sharply with the ith near eastern problems, it was posi i foreign toy production that his quantity ( hle lie - would be the "eiestuitative" ) of sales and margur f profit did not per-1 tlirou-h whom Mr. Wilson might act. lint development of his business. 1 he war; The President already luul before him i r i ii... i t i - " ' nut on ioreign coinpeuuou aim uie . mm o hearmy on Armenia in con- FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies Sanford A. Daniels Crosby Block, Brattleboro . viiii-i i v u u jii.titui ui t ii i -k iiiu i ui i'i'i;i , (unity he had so long desired. I'y the aid of liis machinery enabling him to pro duce in quantity and the standardization I of his product the American toy maker ! has attained a degree of excellence unsur passed anywhere else in the world. "Then came the development of the mechanical toy and the perfection of i small motors so mat miniature replicas jot the mechanical and scientific triumphs! j of the day are placed in the hands of the j children. i ncctioii. with 'the task intrusted to him oi lixing Armenian boundaries. WILL. '.NOT DISCUSS WOOD. Secretary Raker Does Not Kuow of His Offer to Command Armenia. WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. Secretary of. War Baker refused today to discuss Geneva despatches stating that Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood had been mentioned as a possible selection by the league of nations Armenian commissioner to lead WINCHESTER-BRATTLEBORO JITNEY Leaves Winchester nouse S a. m., l.K p. m. Leaves Mann's Store (Hinsdale) S.3C a. ra., 1.55 p. m. RETURN TRIPS. Leaves Root's Pharmacy 10.30 a. m., 4.30 p. m. Daily Except Sunday turn out toys at a cost which under pres ent conditions cannot be duplicated abroad. "In mv factory, for example." Mr. balloons made now.'" Ex. a year in this country . Ty; Did. you. sec the saw,? . t ty: No. I-?aw tiie sea. BoysLifc. Edward F. Leitzingcr PIANO TUNER 'Phone S88-M before 9 a. m. and after 0 D. m. Clear Policies REASONABLE RATES General Insurance ' Agency GEO; M. CLAY BANK BLOCK, BRATTLEBORO "Diamond Dyes" No Risk Then!- Don't Spoil or Streak Material in Dyes that Fade or Run Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con tains directions -so simple that any woman can diamond -dye a new, .ricJir' fadeless color into worn, shabby par ' ments, draperies, coverings, . whether wool, silk, linen, coftoji or mixed goods. Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other kind then perfect results are guaranteed even if you have never dyed before. Druggist has color card. Adv. the proffer should be conveved and the t-,.;. ,. .motliiiif utlier than a whet- i parties to whom it should be addressed, j stone it is said there will soon be strife I Among oflicials in close touch with the, ;n the house. ! J resident it was suggested that on ac- If a ,.nt, falls from yotir hand and does not break, it s a sign you will no a part to n strnnirer's weddinz. If a dish Hies to pieces in your hand it. is a sign of trouble to some member of the family away from fiome. OI.l fashioned dishes decorated with birds inre considered ill luck' by some. Never earn- awav a plate from the table on which are tw knives nor a sau cer with two snoons, , Drop a dishcloth, company will conwr Should you not wisii tor .company shake th dishcloth and so shake the -visitors off. . '"'..' It is bad luck to touch ,a persan with a dishcloth. t-j- r Spill Hour over the fronfi of your dress when bakiuer. Jim will get a shiftless If ft glass, of any kind falls and does not break, great success awaits you. Never drink out of a glass that has a spoon in it or you are doomed to be an old maid. To get your sheets on the bed wrong side out is a sign of a change of resi dence. When two persons are folding a sheet let them wish, and if the last fold comes out. even they will get their wish. It is unlucky to buy a Knife and not to cut first wood or paper. Table khiveM ' turning blue denotes a dark cloud gathering over the house. If someone gives you a fork, beware of flattery. Don't trust the one who next natters you. '- .. '' ' . Lose your- jKH-ket knife and if is a sign you will soon lose your heart." ; ' If scissors are dropped and-stick tip in the floor, gossipy visitors are coniirig.' .If a-knife- be-., spun around, pin-it hack, again to v.c.wrse JU JUick.. ;- .It i, gapd lnelt't'iind a knife, no mat ter ltaM'Jjlai.atuJ'. it )y be. I . If youlr(p- fork a man ..visitor will pwat;". ! '-...".. ' - ! . '. 11-Vou liop1:a knife a . womaa visitor wIU'"apppr.-.- . ';..'' t -it, you Yri-op & large siwon-a widow aU1 coifte'to sec yptt.. : r'-'.'rj" j If a teaspoon. i -baujv will" bo "-'an "'early visitor;; "',: r -- :'V- .-:.- -,' . " 1" -' :' '-.v 'r -Two forks' ri-ossed .forelKwles" strife a.nd trcAible.:- . : ." " ' . '' , 'lVo knives . "laid if o?iswise foretells Mr. Coleman drew comparisons between ,"""" -a.i le.uau co.nnuss oner ,o icau the industry abroad and in America. i tjie pmposed campaign of the Armenians Germanv, he said, aud in Japan the tov i ??mst . V"v lrYh ."''onalist leader, industry is essentially a hon e industry i .M be pla,n'y lr fl)r with the imperfections and lack .f stan- ; " 'f dards that any home production implies. ! ,m.,;T,1 t?11 1,rv The American standardized indusfrv can ! I,uU'hts' the m'tar-v sau'- Reported Wood Is Mentioned. JENEVA. Dee.. 1 ( Associated Press The Armenian committee of the leasjne Coleman said, "we produce (,00o complete j of nations has been consulting different inecliiinicai trains a lay .winch are j military advisers on various plans pro stamped out on JMJ punch presses. A fae- j poseit iykjug to a settlemoiit.of the hos tory is now tinder construction which'will j tiliti?s in Armenia. .1" ' 4 ' . turn out 1,000,000 tov balloons a week.! One , of th6 ?ikui : discussed was tin There are approximately liOO.OOO.OOO toy ' appOuitmeht of --a ; high: coinuijssioner for Anuciiia,; w Jio f woukl "be t ewtKiwered to receive t.onttibutious' to finance whatever actitni;, niiglit appear; poss-ihle. for in stance, the arming of the----' Armenians themselves and providing officers to con duct a -campaign against -Mtrstapha. Keni al Pasha- the- Turkish--NHtiomtlrsts' leader. a . In this connection one -of the names nieutioneiL was that of vUen. Leonard t 'Wood, but -it - cttunot ho- confirmed -that ! 1 1 - , . .' , 11 . 1. .V " 4 .. ins name nas oeen4 ionsineto Bj.uie-d meniau committeew y - - ' ; . - ' : C , j Wood Has No Information. ' I CHICAGO, Dec. 1 ilaj. Gen. Leon ard Wood, commander of the sixth army, corps, declined -today to comment on press despatches reporting that he is being coii- i.siderel by the league of nations for high commissioner in Armenia, tie sanl : J have nothing to say at thLtime. I havej no information on the subject lieyond the press despatches' I-have seen." GOVERNORS TO MEET, Will Discuss New England Coal Situa . . Hon With Senator Calder. NEW YORK, " Dec. 1. Governors of New England states have been invited by Senator Calder to attend a meeting here Saturday of the sefinte 'committee on re construction, investigating, the anthracite coal situation in New, .England. -, The meeting has been called., at the re- misfortune, "i-f .: Japanese ; ;iveif ".tin jniddle ajuc lower ciassen';' Yi-eiientiy Jifkcken' ' tlieii teeth to iJeasera jettlous husband. SEURALGIA or headache rub the forehead melt and inhale the vapors Over 12 ' Million Jurt Used Yearly .ti-vliSH':'OT ' .' " ' -t"': r " We carry a full line of advertised proprietary medi cines, including Castoria, Lydia Pinkham's Compound, Nature's Remedy, Father John's, Musterole, yick's Vapo" Rub, Swamp Root, Sal Hepatica and, hundreds Qf, other preparations. . V . ;.- ' -,-'- We will order for you without additional charge any special preparation you may desire. "- -1 HoriickR.aited'MiIk $1.00 size, 90' ,1: ' V Horlick's Malted Milk L ......... .". . .' 50c' size, 45 ; Mellen's' Food .v.'. ". -. . . . . 90c size, 75 i.l t" . Brattleboro Drug Go. -The Prescription Store , '-v' iai Main Street Thones 560' . . , 'r - CJ MMBfEJlJf -" .' "" o'-i ' .. . .- .'-"'' - ' ,.'.- ' - ' ' . : ' '' ; ' '. ' ; Helping Th Other Mii; ".' i ;. . .. . c . . .- , . - -. t . '. ' .- Did you ever stop to think how fast some people are getting rich on whiat you 'and S6nl others,; squander? A checking account with us will help .you to . keepr tabs on the money you spend foolishly. 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