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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1020.
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Thirteen matches remain to bo ' played, including four for which no dates have been set. seven which, had been sched-; tiled but which were postponed for various reasons, and two matches which are set for this, week Saturday. j Following are the scores for the matches ' played last week. Captain lStirnlnnn's man being named first in each instance: Henrv j Williams ;", S. P.ellows 12; P. Go.--! win ",U, F. P. Philbrick 22; A. L. Mavnard :U, -George Wilder ."id; A. M. Frizzell .", . F. Farr .''.2; (ieorge l'.ishop .".0. ('. 11. Hooker 4.H ; K. A. Chamberlain .""(, Carl A." Mitchell l.'i. The tw) games scheduled for Saturday are as follows:, Captain I'urnham's man being named lirst in each pair: Lewis Krown ami K. .1. Eddy, A. Snow and A. (iould. there for. Receipts from income and profits taxes since June 1 Jotal 1,(308, 133,297, according' to the treasury's statement, as against j 1.922,194,4.'W for the corresponding Per-'-fw iod last year. f BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL SHIP BOARD FACTS ARE CALLED FOR State- RIVALS SKXI) FLOWERS. IirattlelMtro Fcotball Nipiad Remembers Injured Rutland Player. Lester Marsh of Plain street, liutland. the liutland high school football player who suffered a broken leg in the Kut-land-Prattlelxiro foot bull game Nov. 27 in liutland. who has been confined to the hoii.-e since that time as a result of the injury, was given a handsome bou quet of roses, carnations and narcissus by the members of the P.rattleboro team on Christmas day. A letter of sympathy accompanied the llowers and cheery words also were expressed by the squad. .Senator Ed re (alls for Concise nient of a $1,000,000,000 Undertaking. WASHINGTON", Doc. 28. A complete accounting by the shipping board "m a' consist' repoi t, devoid of arguments audi intelligible, to the average citizen," is re quested in a resolution introduced by Senator Ivige, Republican, ot New Jersey. He wants a repoi t of the total amounts appropriated for it and the emergency fleet corporation from Sept. 7, 191t, to Nov. 2, 1!2, profits or losses and dispo titioii of any profits. lie calls for also the number of merchant ships now owned by the government, those in operation and those idle, the losses by idleness and de preciation and the amount of capital 011 which the board now is conducing busi ness. "The lesohitiou is a simple business proposition." said Senator Ed'!" in a .'tatcnient. "and not at all an r.iquisitory or muck-raking tequest. The people have invested about 4,tMMi,(KiO,000 in their mer chant marine and as stockholders they are entitled to a fiscal report from their board of directors, the shipping board. No one knows whether there has been a profit or a loss, and it is time that the investors be informed as to the success .1 r . 1 . . ' - . . I . . : . or laiiure 01 meir enterprise, so uiai 11 imav'bc placed on a sound business basis." York I! inkers Sent That Amount of Casti to Havana and It Is Missing. NEW YORK, Dec. 28.-One hundred thousand dollars in cash sent to a cus tomer in Cuba by Speyer & Co., bankers, was stolen from the mail pouch in which it was carried to Havana six weeks ago. The bankers admitted yesterday that the uionev had been stolen and declared that the theft is a mystery. ! A Cuban customer of the banking house sent his check to Speyer & Co., asking that cash be sent to him. It was for- I wanted tiy registered man. mis money, ! as well as other valuable packages, was ; stolen from the pouches after they bad been unloaded from the steamship in Ha ; vana. Many mail , pouches were ripped I onen and ransacked. , ! Jt is reported that the pouo of Ha vana and the post office officials there 1. II.. ..K Pave Peen in communication wun vaso- intrton authorities in connection with theft. the BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL FISHES KEFORE "OPEN FIRE. to POLICE GUARD ALL N. Y. ENTRANCES Speeding Training of New Policemen Four Men Sentenced and Four Suspects Under Arrest. NEW YORK, Dec. 28. Placing of every railroad, street car ferry and high way entrance into the city under special police guard and the calling out of tioO embryonic policemen lor final training were announced by Police Commissioner K11 right last night as the latest meas ures to check New York's tide of out lawry. Ponce pieviously had been ordere'i to halt, question and search, if necessary, all suspicious characters, and to seek explan ations from all persons found in unfre quented thoroughfares between the hours of midnight and dawn. Iristnutois of the police "rooky" or ganization were directed to "speed up" the tiaiuing of tin; men so that the force might be augmented as soon as possible. I' our men, the youngest IS and the eld est -Jl years old were given maximum sen tences of from lo to 20 years imprison ment when found guilty of robbery yes terday in the Court of (ieneial Sessions. Judge Rosalsky, in pronouncing sentence, said pleas ioileniency would be of little avail in his court and that lawbreakers hailed before him should expect tiie "limit" it' convicted. 1 he four men convicted were William Karstein, IS, charged with the hold-up" and robbciy ot a laundrymau; John Pa taglio, 24, charged with the hold-up rob bery of a wine dealer, .Joseph Pott, 22, and Asa Canin, 22, charged with the hold up of a lower East side resident. Four men believed by police to be members of i band that perpetrated many hold-ups and robberies throughout liergen county, N. J., eany In the month, were arrested, here last night charged with robbery. In conie-s oiis, which the police say they obtained from two of the men, they told of entering clubs, butcher shops, bak eries, groceries, garages and private resi dences in liergen county, and while hold ing their victims at bay, of having escaped with many thousand dollars worth of The entire gang, the police said, cat brearms equipped with silencers, black masks and used all manneis vcyances in their depredations. P.ostim Man Kuilds House on Halt Carry on Sjmrt in Winter. HUSTON. Mass.. Dec. 2S Edward W. Jacques, member of the Milton Yacht club, believes that fishing through the ice is the hobby of hobbies tor the winter sports man. To that end he has built for him self fnnn his own designs a house on a raft so that he can fish through the lloor of his living room while sifting "lietore his open lire" enjoying his pipe and all the comforts of home. This novel idea of Mr. Jacques has made such a hit with his cronies that he has felt compelled to enlarge on his original plans with the result that today four per sons can tish at the same time. The craft is IS feet in length ami S feet wide, with the fishing room extending out over the water on one side. lied wore ot con- PLAN DEFENSE FOR (ANAL House Out dequate v,ils Mr. to Consider Hill Carrying IIard;ng's Suggestions. WASHINGTON, Dee. 28.-, nrutection for the Panama canal trom at tack from the air, land or sea will be pro vided in a bill to be drafted by the house. It has been suggested unofficially to members of the house m charge of ap propriations that the canal must be given the best of modern defenses. These sug rcstion are said to have resulted 'directly from the recent inspection by President Elect Hardinsr. The Atlantic entrance, under the pres ent plans, will be provided with an clab . :- ,tp wsto-n of -n-l-s de"r,icd to carry the heaviest railroad artillery mounts, with guns calibered to greater distances -than those used by the most powerful dreadnoughts afloat House members believe that the canal thus can be made impregnable by use ot material now under construction and with only little additional expense to the government. HINSDALE, X. II. Christmas Guests in Town. fl uests 11 "m a wiiy who were beie for Chiistinas included Covnclius and Harold Weeks of lioston, Misses Ruth and May Duggan of Arlington, Mass., at Mis. Thomas (iolden's; John Snow of Wolees ter Polytechnic Institute, Jason W. Hob, man ot Springfield, Mass.. G. Milan; Smith of lliattleboro. Miss Beatrice Tac.v ' of Leeds, Mass., Miss Helen Kimball of Concord, N. II., Mis Helena Splaino of Jiav Path Institute, in Spi ingfield, Mass., Paul Chamheilain of Hadley, Mass., Missi Nome Pun-ell of Crcculicld. Miss Marion j Watson, Miss Marion Dickcrmau and j Miss Dorothy Cary, all of Keene, at their i homes; llairis Stewart of Springleld, Mass., Charles ISailev of Hyde Pal's, Mass.. Dewey I.afi'oiid of Orange, Mass., with friend; Miss Joslyn day of lioston,! Miss Martha Cray of Milton, Mass., Miss' I hiicnee Clay of New York city, and' Miss Dorothy Gray of New Yoik. city, at ; the home of thefr parents, 'Dr. arid" Mrs. C. A. Cray; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith! of Greenfield, with relatives; Miss Lillian Myers of Florence. Mass.: Mrs. W. ('.! lint-bank of Somerville, Mass.. at W. II. Booth's; Misses Mary and Helena. Coll of Swanzey. N. II., Doris Thayer of r.rooklyn, ,lr. and Airs. .Nat llutlcr ot Peachrnont, Mass., at George A. Robeit son's; Mr. ami Mrs. S. H. Richards and three children of South Deertield. Mass., arul Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Lamb of Springfield. Mass., at John M. Lamb's; Mr. ami Mis. Harold Merritt of Green wood, Mass., and Roy Merritt of Melrose, 'ass., ;it L 15. Merritt's; Miss Aldina Morin and Eugene Mnrin of Springfield, Mass., and Miss Flora Morin of Brooklyn. at their home; Mrs. Enriht and son of; Troy, N. II.. and Thomas Sullivan of; Greenfield, Mass., at J. K. Scott's; Miss' Nellie Redding of Springfield. Mass., t ber home: Herbeit Fislier of Bemardston, Mass.. with friends: and John Fisher of Columbus. Ohio, at F. E. Fields's. Miss Ethel Osgood went yesterday to lioston, where she will remain during the week at the College Club. Dr. Stanley Wilson came from Feleh ville to spend Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I. Wilson. Wibuont Snyder of Garwood. N. J., is spending a two-weeks' vacation in town with Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Stiff. Miss llelene Sparks went yesterday C Charlemont, Mass., to spend the week with her aunt, Mrs. Homer Sherman. Frank Aquadro, who is employed in Greenfield, visited from Friday until to day at John Hristol's on Elliot street. Arthur li. DeWitt of New York city came to remain over the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. DeWitt. Ilernion Jackway of Hi.ston came Fri day to spend Christmas with his grand mother, Mrs. C. C. Johnson of Forest street. Mr. and Mrs. lialnh II. Dibble, who spent the holidays with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. II. L. Waterman, returned Sun day to Boston. Miss Minnie Johnson, principal of the liyalside school in Beverly. Mass.. is spending the vacation with her mother, Mrs. C. C. Johnson. Miss Margaret Carpenter of Forest street went to 1 ummer.-ton to visit over j the holidays with her parents, Mr. and! M rs. E. L. t iirpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cad.v and son. uid Miss Mildred Yoi k of S'.'nth Ilnd'ev. Mass.. were guests of Mrs. E. A. John son of Chestnut street over Christmas. Iii-v. ami Mrs. E. W. Sharp of St. .Tohnvbury came yesterday to visit at C. W. Ciishing's, where Mrs. Sharp will re main a week or 1 davs. liev. Mr. Sharp left this morning for Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Abbott spent Christmas in Springfield I Vt. :is the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Acker man. Mr. and Mrs. Ablxitt left this morn ing for a few days' stay in Host. n. Mr. ami Mrs daughter, Mary. Gardner, Mass Christ mils with Mrs. Murray. been there a Wei David S. Carey and have returned from where they spent Mrs. Carey's mother. Miss Mary Carev had HUMAN EAR CHRISTMAS GIFT. Woman Left Iiox at Sing Simr for New- "York OSNININO. Dec. notti. who was sent ago trom teen-year ceived a human ear tt Sing Sin Coin ict. 2S.-- to Sili i Charles Leonard has gone to North Pomfrct for a week's' visit. Harry Yiall of P.ennington spent Christmas with his sister, Mrs. Lillia Pike. Miss Lucy Walbridge went Friday to her home in Grenticld to visit over the week-end. Miss Gladys Itussell returned yesterday afternoon trom P.randon where she visited relatives over the holidays. ; Miss Clara Toohey returned today from her home in' lint land, where' she visited over Christmas with her parents. Miss Mary Doyle, bookkeeper in the office of Houghton & Simonds, was in White Iliver Junction over the holidays. Miss Grace Pike of Springfield. Mass., came to visjt over Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Libia pike of Green street. Mr. and Mrs. James Median and daugh ter of Waterbury. Conn., wen- Christ mus guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. ll. Prosnahan. Mr. and Mrs. Will Coombs went to Shelburne Falls Saturday to visit in the home of her sister, Mrs. Crosier, return ing Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levesque and her I sister. Miss liena Scanlon, who went to j Northampton to spend the holidays, have I returned to their home. Miss Clara Tarbox, who came Friday from Albany, N. Y., to visit her mother, Mrs. C. M. Tubbs of Organ street, re turned to Albany yesterday. Miss Helen L-onard, night superintend ent at the Noble hospital in Wcstlicld, Mass.. will return there tomorrow after several days' visit at her home on Chapiu street. Miss Rose Hatchebler called on friends in town yesterday ami visited over last night with Miss Lcola A. ("ark on her way from Marltro. N. II., where she works in a florist's shop. Claude Tate of the University of Ver mont in Burlington is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tate of (lie upper West Dunuuerston road, to remain over the holiday vacation. Miss Mabel Clapp of Newark. N. J., is visiting her father. Pearl T. Clapp, in the home of Mrs. A. V. Cox. Stan ley Clapp, w!: came here to spend the 4:olidas. returned vestenlav to Lvndon- i!le. Mrs. W. O. Allen of Dover. N. II.. and Mis. Kate Colby of Sutton, N. II., were holiday visitors of relatives here. Mrs. Allen is the mother of Mrs. W. II. Rogers and Mrs. Colby is the mother of D. M. Stone. - Mr. and Mrs. li. J. Eldridge and son. I Ralph, went Friday to Shelburne Falls, Mass., to spend the holidays with his par ents. Mrs. Eldridge is ill with an infec tious sore throat. .Mr. i.Hirnlge is expect ed to ret lira home today, Forrest Harmon, a sophomore at Mas sachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, came Friday to spend the holi day vacation at the home of his parents. Mi. and Mrs. F. C. Harmon of the up per West Dunuuerston road. Miss Edith INtabrook of II iston. for merly of this town, is spending the week with the Appalachian M aintain club at the Newport House. Newport. N. II.. v, here they are enjoying a week of winter sports. Miss Estnbmok was a visitor in Jlra'tleboro over Christmas. .Miss Gertrude Perkins, a teacher in the Middlebury high school. Miss Amy Perkins, w ho tenches in Hartford, Conn., and Miss Winnie I'etkii--, a teacher in Winthrop, Mass.. are at the home ot their parents. Mr. and Mrs, (J. J. 1'er kins, for the Christinas vacation. BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Mary King is visiting in liutland this week with relatives. James brown of Rutland spent the week-end in town with friends. James McGinnis, w ho is employed here, went to his home in Rutland Friday to visit during-the holidays. Louis Kaine left yesterday for New York after visiting, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Kaine of Elliot street. Mr. and Mrs. Eudoff Turner of New Haven, Conn., were guests over Christ mas in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Coombs. Mrs. Ervin French returned yesterday to her home in Lebanon, N. II.. after a week's visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. li. E. Lcitzingcr. Mr. French joined her here for GJiristnias. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Henry, who had been visiting here with her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. J. C. DeWitt, left this morning for Houston, Texas, where they will make their home. Mr. Henry has recently ac cepted a jiosition there. Stomach Qui Of Order? Try NR Nothing (Better to Straighten You Out After Eating Too Much. Tones Liver, Regulates Bowels. Acts Pleasantly. Guaranteed. Many people eat too much every day and must eat ranch too much, some davs. That is why Americana suffer moro than any people in tho world from indigestion, biliousness and constipation. With a liltlo thouhtfulnesa end c?ver however, a great amount of thi.T distress could be avoided and you'll never realize how true this J3 until you become ono of the several million peorle of this country who keep a box of Nature's Remedy (XII Table tr) cunrtmtly on hand and use it whenever incU.TCstlon, biliousness or constipation theaters. I'nlihe laxative purges, cathartics, s-jch as oil, calomel, etc., which mere ly force bowel action. Nature's Remedy e;:eits a beneficial influence upon the e ntire 2;gc:Hivc and liminative- sys-t-.-m tho stoTnr.ch, liver, bowels and even the kidney;?. Its purpose 13 to promote vigorous and harmonious ac tion of all tho orrrar.s that handle the U o'l r r.il lxVy v..: le. That is why tho results which fcl b v,- tho cf Nature's Remedy are ;!wayn a !elihtiul FttrprUe to thoso who Jirrt try it. Tho action while I rorr.pt and thorough, i3 as rr.iU and iron tie a;:.l r.karaut as Kature lior relf, and tho thorough cleaning1 tho body receives brings a. feeling' of rer.l relief and benefit such as no l.i::ative idll or cathartic ever pro duced for anyone. Oe-t a 2Zc l :c rf Nature's Remedy OCR TahloU-) and try it. There is no r;?!c in doi-t? eo, for it must give you c -cater relief and benefit than anv l.vcr or bowel medicine you ever used cr money hack instantly. It is sold, ruarr.nteed and recommended by your eirugrrh-'t. WTLFKFI) DULGGIST F.-KOOT, tDaTArti rTz. fVO is lueeilt ' U I LT Vala-' a e.ir! .New lurk city to serve a til'-' sentence for manslaughter, re-' in a Chi istmas ria k- mi mi urn a wo- A. A. Bailey, who. lias been ill, is better. Thomas Mannis of ? it his home here and Airs, tieoige age left at the prison for hi in. mi. Prison officials refused to say whether they had trot track oi the sender and whether they had learned the motive which inspired the making of such a, gift. One theory was that friends of Valanotti , had murdered an enemy of his and sent ', the ear as a token of revenue accom plished. Another theory was that it was intended as some kind of a threat. ; A alanotti had inquired anxiously for a Christmas bos and was much concerned when it did. not arrive on time, as if he had been expecting something important. The discovery was made when the pack- j age was opened by the prison censor. Cash Paid for Skunk's Oil IF OFFERED AT ONCE Must be this year's catch and of prime, white quality. outhbridge. Mass., over the holiday. Stewart and chfld of ( beentield, Mass., visited relatives over. Christmas. " I Mr. and Mrs. spent Christmas line. Mass. , ,. . , , , .' mother. Mrs. John Halter Smith and chi d I'a, k, on Christmas wun renunes in j.iook- occunv a vacant JtaHe in his SOX. THOl'fillT DEAD. HAC K. Harry Dahl Went to War and Was Not Drowned. HOLLAND. Mich., Dec 2S. Mourned Jorjiix years. Harry Dahl whose lm.lv ; was thought to he at the bottom of Lake uporior, appeared at the home ot his. f ROOT'S PHARMACY The Store With the Stock Jeffords of Xew over Christmas Bedford, 1 at her. Finest A. relatives Adams snent in Hillsboro William Could guests of Mr. of l.oston and Mis. MUST HAVK IATFNSKS. Warning State liaard of Ilealili C.ives t Milk Dealers. In order to trace more readily spread of certain contagious diseases tate board of health has called to ett.Mition of milk dealers the statute nnirinir them to have a license permit is easily triot health the the the rc- This obtained from the dis- ofIicer.' For indham county district Dr. C S. Deaeh ot l.rat tleboro is authorized to grant the li censes. There is no inconvenience incidental to the issuance of this license. Its pur pose is solely to have at hand a list of milk dealers' ho that in the event, of the outbreak of contagion its course might be traced more easily than if there were no such catalogue of milk distributors available. The ruling applies to all persons selling milk to private families, restaurants and botes after Jan. 1 next. There is no fee chargeable to the grunt ing of the license by the health officer. The authority of the state health of feers to require this license is given them in See. 220 in the General Laws. fiET MOUP THAN EXPECTED. Still Income and Profits Taxes Are Smaller Than East Year. WASIIIXOTOX. Dec. .Income and profits tax receipts for tho last rjuarter of the year exceeded See. Houston's early estimate of $030,000,(100, according to the daily statement of the nation's finances for Dee. 22, made public yesterday by the treasury. On that date income , and profits tax payments for the month amounted to Sarrt,003.54 as compared with $824,178,191 for the corresponding- period a year a" Treasury ofTiejals declared that some in crease in thefetotai-cculAJ;.exjected,.a3 Miss Alice I Mass., visited home here. Mr. and Mrs. Christmas with Ihidge, X. II. Mr. and Mrs. Harry -At well of Lynn, 'iw.. -M-o at the Atwell farm on the Xorthfield road. Mr. and Mrs. were Christmas (I'e-itffe A, I. oner tsoli . Miss Mildred Carey of the University of Wunont in liiiilington was here over I hristmas at her home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pelkey of Dalton. Mass.. are guests of the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Deys. Miss Tna Yebcr and Miss Edith "Lackey j-re visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Loveten in Springlield, Mass., a i-w days. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Ibmle of Springfield, Yt., were truests for Christ mas of Mr. and Mrs. F.d Houle. Miss Louise Barrett went Sunday to Chesterfield, to stay a week with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hrown. Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Ctou'ih of Ireenfield. Mass., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cramer a few days? Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Porter of Hyde Park. Mass., were recent guests of the fitter's parents, Ml', and Mrs. H. P. Eng lish. A supper was served in the First Con gregational church Friday, followed by ex ercises by the children. A Christmas tree was enjoyed. The fire alarm was blown about noon Saturday, Dec. 25, for a chimney fire in the borne of Rex liiggins on River road. Xot much damage was done- An excellent Christmas supper, consist -i'nr of escalloped potato, cold meats, pies, cake, coffee, etc.. was served in the Uni versalist church Friday to members of the church, their children, and friends. After supper exercises were given by the chil dren, which proved very successful and interesting. Following the exercises the distribution of presents from the tree on the stage took place. Dahl. who was sailing heard trom. show he wai Instead, forces, was 1 Jalit. near day, just in chair ; placed memory. Jenison j time to at the 1 veteran, lien last and investigation seemed t , ' drowned. Dahl iojncd the wounded in the las is on a Spanish war lake vessel w n ,l wsy ''eld tlx ' an English hospital. Follow-in chaise lie returned home. Canadian it davs ot ennv months i'l his dis- A coord ing temperature melting ice. to one eminent scientist, the of the moon is below that of WEST Mrs. William the Ladies Aid morrow evening, as usual. GUILFORD. Akeley will society in her Supper will entertain home to be served The Baltic Sea Via: shipwreck every day tire yea. s an average of one throughout the en- ToCureaCold in One Day Take sowops Laxative Be sure its Bromo Af nc Tlif : genuine bears tais signature wUC. THE REDFORE 4-BucUe r". - ' t ' "n iMrta t K;-vj , 1; 7. 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All $100.00 and $125.00 Coats, now $12.50 . $1S.50 . : $23.50 . . $29.50 . $37.50 . . $4S.50 . $59.50 . . $74.50 Silk, Jersey and Poplin Dresses MARKED DOWN All $15.00 Dresses, now marked down to $10.00 All $20.00 Dfesses, now marked down to $12.50 AH $25.00 Dresses, now marked down to $14.75 ;1.!.r.M!;,; ,. -,.;.. .,T.!:.,,',.. All Kinds of Ladies' and Men's Garments, Portieres, Couch Covers, Draperies, etc., Dyed by The National Dyeing and Bleaching Works Garment Dyers ASHUELOT, NEW HAMPSHIRE Ta installing Work Prompt Service I'leasing Kesults Write us about ycur particular problem I'rices sent on application Send us jour work by Parcel Post Our Satisfied Customers Are Our Greatest A.et. CARELESSNESS IS THE CAUSE OF 85 PER CENT OF MAj FIRES Are we as CAREFUL, as we sbould be? Are YOU? Am I? DE CAREFUL WHERE YOU THROW LIGHTED CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND MATCHES Don't Allow Children to Play With Matches. 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