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THE BltATTLEBOKO DAILY KEFOKMEU. TUESDAY, JANUARY IS, 1921.
. CAN YOU BEAT IT? ''. gocsss . Child'. IP f - (HERE C0ME5t 1 STP sTeFH ill wlir . . I C SUJ a? jB ml 01 o, January To Wear Oiife- These Heels because" they're made with' peculiar care to withstand the rough and tdugh wear that youngsters are bound to sivs them. They're no ordinary rubbers. The Ajax and Vulcan are members of the, famous Top Notch line of rubbers. ;f mm $3U Top Notch Rubbers are balanced they won't break, crnck, cr split at the heel before the rest of the rubber is worn. A special heel plug with several thicknesses of pure rubber and tough duck extend from the heel upward or.to end ipto the upper, protecting every curve and angl ". that stands the gritty grind cf road, gutter and sidewalk. Step in with the children and let us show you these sturdy rubbers. BALDWIN'S BOOT SHOP 31 Main Street J " S fejb) watch TTn UCE we near ) , f : ? .r-; ; ' ; . ! M I . . 1111 . C Bf- Y 1 F S llirn ll nn&iri tncro are sonic wno rniriK iu' irM-'s in j m ' L. A ILU !U!llilL V li'iuidation has roix- far i-nouah. tin-re an- E. fl!rA iWlitlBB I others wlio want tli- led. ral reserve lioar.l LfiUlLll lilUllLfl ,t Ik-1.1 stealy ami eomiM-l inices t.) k Kj 1 j j down even further. It's like a delicate K I S m"P"?f?rt ill nini ITi slI,'sioal oix'ratioii. the snrjreon must etit i ii i n a mil n k i iuimi imwiufii m mm ci i i.tti -r i. 11 if- ki i ID SIIOC ( 1 Ul V I ill VII M I ' V T: , t.... . 1. .,1 M Jl i I lUI lit in J I 'limes a sKtiien uumi. jihii i in-i - i jioun- m I ULLillU III UlUili lant. evitl.'iiee that the euttins l'roeess has Ml J , gone far enough ami tliat a ehanp- for W I the better in the credit situation is ini:-.ii-j line!" S3 Carried "I'lncning rro Mi cess" II 4 miearance. a a is Is creating enthusiasm unprecedented in any previous sale. The reason is not hard to find for we feel safe in saying that we are offering hundreds of items in seasonable, merchandise at LOWER PRICES than goods of similar quality were ever offered in Brattleboro. ttlcsh Far Enough '-:) Wi-iiV Child's VULCAN How to Choose Your Drug Store Select your drug store with the care that you select your doctor. Choose that drug store that puts every transaction be tween itself and its customers on a SERVICE basis. Trade at the drug store that pays more attention to making a CUSTOMER than to making a sale. Trade at the drug store where you can be SURE that you are getting the most and the BEST for your money. Trade at the drug store where you can "feeLat home." Where you can feel at liberty to make use of all the re sources a REAL drug store PECULIARLY has for your help, convenience and accommodations. It is this kind of a drug store that we take pride in MUCH PAPER MONEY HAS BEEN RETIRED RUM-RUNNII G CARS MAY BE SEIZED I Alr.iit $2 !.".fHK).00() in Federal IJeserve Notes Have iSeen Withdrawn from Cirrulath.n Within I'ast Three Weeks Credit Outhck Now Unroiirasin?. i; DAVID l.AWlil'NCI'. (Special (lj-i:'ich to The Reformer.) ('-pyii-ht l'.rjl. WASHINGTON. .Jan. Is. M.-re vajicr money ha h-c:i (cured from circulation i:i th- la-t Is da.is than at any o(h-r l-re- runnmg. The relations between a druggist and his customers are akin to those between a doctor and his patients. The moment a druggist forgets this fact he ceases to be a real druggist. We want you to make use of all the advantages our Service holds out to you. We are always ready to refund your money without question or quibble on any purchase you may make here that is not perfectly satisfactory to you in every respect. Brattleboro Drug Co. The Prescription Store 'Phone 560 104 Main Street lot: M'i'ii'i cn-si-qUelld l'r iii t h The process formal 1 i t n - A- h Aiii' i ii m n hi-t'r . the wrinkle have hrows of our jr-ivcmmcnt olheial-. t tieilalioli ha-s lollowe.l Nature ha-; taken it S. Supreme Court Holds Sucli Legal Whether r Not Owners Are (luilty. AVASIIINCTuX. Jan. 1. Seizure of automobile .r other conveyance in which lienors are transported illegally i author- ; ized whether or not t Ik- owner of the con- ! veyance has 'm-cii found innocent of con- : traveniiiK the law. the Mip(em,- court held, yesterday in deciding a cae from Georgia. ' In thi' case at ine federal agent seized an automoliile owned by .1. W. ( ioldsniith. which had been loaned by him to a friend and in which intoxicants were transported illegally. tloMsmith contend ed that he did not know that the machine, was to be put to such use. !mii the govern ment" contention that when he entrusted Id property to another he a-nmed the risk j-f lo from hale(r cause it milit course. T.iiui'lation ha been extell-ive. And the entire financial situation is healthier than it ha been in some time. Various statement issued by the federal reserve Iv.anl indicate, when analyzed, that alMiut S:24."..(iO().(Hl(( in federal reserve notes have be-n retired in the last three weeks, which is alut Sl.lu.lMMMHM) more than wa the case for the .--ame period lat year. Sfmilarly slwr tite cemher loan have decrea t)(Mi.(MH f(irrei)!id(itg to the amount of c'.irretiey . Otlieials are drawing ii)tiin!-li ences from these figures and that it mean it tinick chang ter ....l ! occur wa uiilieW! iiv in .- Ait- -i I .lust ice .iciemia. w no re lion of the court, went back t j statute tor initial ju ' government' contention ancient tablet to t lie rlteet that g..re a (nan that he ilie, the o iiiuiiUi- m it 1 about Sl(;i,- the reduction in i Every one a good one "Poll n,Af Ar;o h VfA Rail fi.: fZT i- TraJe Mark. Well-made, easy- 2; F ' fitting, long -wearing and com- fortable. tvery man needs a 'r - ?X nair of ornnil arrrir5. a'' ' '. t- ' - - r-.- .. i--a"' ' . - .. fj, H A b Timminn'"1 ' p'BAL L()1MI ,2 1 The "Ball-Band" special vacuum proc '"itj ess by which the rubber is forced into . 3 tho f-jKrl rrivpc the a A A it i nti nl endurance - T l,;.k"Rdl.Ron,l" WnhUprFontwcnr AN. l .' is famous. Make your choice of styles. , " ; 1 t ' it ' . i infer- tre c .ntnient for the bct- iii business as a whole. 1 or a soon a the taking of Mock m January is com pleted, the buying of .p( ing goods and the general demands" of spring basinos w ill begin to be financed. The linacial condi tion of the business w.u-ld. a retlected in the data gathered by the federal reserve ,1m. ard is satisfactory and the natural ex pansion of currency and increase of credits which occur in the eariy spring are confi dent Iv expected. The retirement of .vj t."..(H (. HI in fed eral reserve notes has another meaning. The decline signifies a reduction by more than J- of the per capita circulation oi tn., ncy. Fortunately, the cost of living i tumbling so that as the amount of money in circulation diminishes, the purchasing I wer of the dollar is rising. So far a is known, this reduction cf more than es tablishes a new recoil, t'eiiainly. no such change has been recorded in an equal t-pace of time. And a a further evidence of the success of the detlatiou current in American finance the earning asset of the federal reserve board have dropped below , the three billion mark for the lirst time since Jan. !. l'dllit. In a nutshell, the policy of contraction 1 of credit which the federal reserve board instiutcd last spring has had the desired j effect, only it begins t appear that the , results were accomplished in less time j than most people thought would be t he ;case. Ami it begins to look as if the con it ract ing machinery had operated s;v far I that relaxation may te expected henee 1 forth. The prospect is that bankers will court. i o read t he opin- i the Mosaic title. itioll of the plot ing f nun t he it an o sh:tll bo stoned and llesh mot eaten." From that day to the present, the court held, the in strument or. facility used in iviolutinu of tlu law h iSjJlm'cii subject to ondeinnation j Counsel lor the owner of the car l.ad j contended, that atlinnat ion tf the deeivi..n : of the lower court would menu that "a I I'ullman sleeper mij;ht be seized if a pa- j sender carried a ui.art of li.pior board, j or an oce.-in s( rainey iirfeited to tJie g.jv-i erWa" iff tr iTn k rimr nr 'in Ttio-'r' In charge. ' a case of liquor was transported itr the' hold.-' - . , ". ' I Wdethc tii Tn. Heated -f(oss?bi!iti'": : under the fa.v are. ju.t itied we are not called upon t.-oi.4Ier.'.. J-iee Mt Kenna : said. "And weLif1 n-vw1 opinion as to whether the secti'cj i iiy - extended t- property stolen u- -oThf'fwise taken from - an owner without hi citsent." Below-Zero Weather . OUGHT TO MAKE NICE, WARM UNDERWEAR LOOK CHEAP TO YOU AT THE MARKED-DOWN PRICES WE NAME JUST A FEW REMINDERS $4.98-$5.50 "Merode" Silk and Wool Union Suits, regular and extra sizes, now 3.98 $4.75 "Merode" Wool Union Suits, now' S3.50 t $2.98-$3.50 "Merode" Fleece-lined Union Suits, regular or extra sizes, now 2.39 $2.50-$2.75 Medium Weight Union Suits, all sizes, now Jj51.S7 $2.00-$2.25 Union Suits, high or low neck, now 1.50 $1.75-$1.95 Ladies' Fleeced Vests and Pants all size, ipiw $1.00 Ladies' and Misses' Vests and Pants, now 69 95c Children's Fleece-lined Vests and Pants, now 39 All Other Ladies' or Children's Knit Under wear in every style, One-Fourth to One-Third Discount ALL YARNS AT REDUCED PRICES Furs All Half-Price ALL SUITS. ONE-HALF DISCOUNT HUNDREDS OF WINTER COATS including many of our choicest models of the season Two-Thirds to One-Half Price Beacon Bathrobe Blankets A Few $6.75 Beacon Blankets, in beautiful Indian patterns, now 3.9S $10.00 Beacon Blankets, now 6.98 $7.50 Beacon Army Blankets, now 4.98 BED BLANKETS All Woolnap or Cotton Bed Blankets, were S7.50 to $2.50, now . . 4.9S to 1.75 $10.00 to $15.00 Wool Bed Blankets, now 6.98 to 10.98 All Comfortables One-Third Discount $10.98 Angora Shawl Scarfs, now.. 6.98 $7.98 Teddy Bear Suits, now 5.75 $2.25-$4.50 Quilted Silk Jackets, long or no sleeves, now 1.50-S3.00 Plush Coats ONLY EIGHT LEFT $40.00 Long or Short Plushes, Now Soo -.-; $57.50 Hudson Seal, marten collar, now 32.9S $75.00-$82.50 Hudson Seal, three-fourths length, now 42.50 $62.50 Long Plush, size 42. now 34.9S $8.75 Seal Plush, 50-inch, now 5.9S $12.50 Seal Plush, 50-inch, now.... 7.75 PORTUGESE PAPERS CHECK EMIGRATION tm ii im i inn ii mi" iuuuto aw.t'.'HWi Dunham Brothers Co. Largest Life Insurance Business in the World Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Incorporated by the State of New York WINDSOR, VT., DISTRICT A. H. THOMPSON, Superintendent E. S. DROWN, Deputy Superintendent "drattleroro local representatives Harold P. White Bernard F. Casavant Vestera Ave. , , Chestnut Street , imt tintl justification hereafter for insist ing on sucu sunstaiitnu curtaiiinuts i.n the notes ttu'v liolil. Th fciltTnl rt'scrvt' ixianl itself will probably remain silent, taking no official action, but there are more ways than one for the board to indi cate informally to the Iaiikersiif the coiin try that the pinching process has g uic far enough ami that it would do no harm to give the business world easier breathing i on pending loans. i f couisc, the federal reserve board ha:; ;a delicate problem to face in saying any ; tiling on the subject, l'or the farmer or producer who has been obviously turning I his goods into the market at practically any price so as to get, money . to pay loans might view a relaxation of credit policy as u sign that he c Aild get new loans and thus bold bis good. for higher prices. The federal reserve board will . probably- .do nothing that will interfere ; with the steady though painful decline in the cst of living, no matter who is affect ed by the prices of 'commodities. The lioaril has-insisted from the start that its polity of contraction was the only way to force the cost of living down. while A Well Known Woman's Testimony Rome, N. Y. "While ill with measles some years ago, I caught a severe cold and from that time on I had trouble with my bronchial tubes and with my stomach. I was in need of a tonic as well, when someone suggested that I try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It proved to be the very medicine my system required for it not only built up my health generally but It gave great re lief to my bronchial, tubes and stom ach. I have never had stomach trouble since and only aa occasional cough." MRS.' MARIE L. WILBUR, 121 Bissell Ave. AH druggists. , : i .i ..... .... . Start Caiimai.sii t; l'lcxent Inhabitants of That Country from Cumins to I nited States. I.ISI'.OX. Jan. Is. The l'ort uguese newspapo-s have uinlei taken i campaign to preveut the continued emigration .t" l'ortugtiesi' citizens to the 1'nited States and llrazil by pointing out that in ire than L'.'ou.(MH' workers are idle and hun dreds of factories losed in the I'nited States and that the l'ort uguese are not welcome in llnV.il. "Innumerable emigrants continue to arrive in Lisbon from all parts of the country on their way to Brazil and the I'nited States," says the Seculo. "It is necessary to stop this avalanche ami avoid this calamity, not only because the hundreds that are leaving this country are needed in the fields and workshops but, also because they are going to suffer in a strange country all manner of sor row and misery." The same newspaper prints a letter from a l'ort uguese workman in a New Bedford. Mass.. textile factory, who sent a warning to his fellow countrymen not to go to that city. He said that soon after lie found employment he sent for his wife ami children and they sold their farm in IVrtugal to pay for their transportation across .the Atlantic. Then illness and the closing of the factory re duced the family to extreme misery and the l'ort uguese now desires only to re turn to die in 1'ortugal. He "declares t hut of the IVrtugueso who remain in New Bedford, many arc in abject misery. 1 . This Greatest of All January Clearance Sales WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE MONTH And as many lots grow smaller, prices will go lower to clean them up. this week to select a national tree. For three months a campaign has been going I'll over the country muter the auspice " the American l-'orcjtrv association. omc votes aheadv have been cis; Id t this wecU sees I ecu termed tin At the same been, convened the Uiiidup of what has national -ice referendum, time, tile referendum has int an organized move ment to educate school children, in the va tteties of trees. Collections ot leaves nave been made, the growth and habits of trees have been studied ami discussed, ami before the ballots have been cast, there have been joint, debates in which the champions of diffeieiit trees ha,ve set out arguments as to why some particular species should be selected as being truly national. The first school to u-poit a vote was Kmerv Stake academy of Catle Dale, I "tali, the figures for which showed l'ine 14: Oak It; Kim 8; American Ash 4. The tirst town to report was Hamburgh, N. Y.. which gave White Oak M: Amer ican Kim SS- Sugar Matile '-'S; American ( bestnut 2.S ; Black Walnut 21; Shell Bark Hickory 12; White l'ine 0;. scat ter ins 20. The first woman's organization to re port was the Woman's latcrary club of .lenniugs. La., which cast S votes solid for the Oak. Special Values for Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 18 and 19 Blue Label Karo Syrup, 10-pound cans . Blue Label Karo Syrup, 5-pound cans . Blue Label Karo Syrup, l-pound cans Red Label Karo Syrup, 2-pound cans . Green Label Karo Syrup, Maple flavor . $1.00 .. 30 .. 25 CONFKKKNCK ON KDl CATION. j and Citizens' .MeefiiiK in llosfon Jan 22 Subjects Suggested. A citizens' .fnferoiree on education will be held i;i Jl. Jan. 21 ami 22. The following extracts from a letter re ceived from. l)r..-Clas.Um. United States commissioner of. education, will explain more in detail : "Subject: Citizens' Conferem-v on Education, Auditorium. State House. j Boston, Mass., Friday. Jan. 21. morning,; afternoon and evening, and Saturday,! Jan. 22. morning and afternoon. The first session opens at tboO Friday morn-' ing.v "The following topics are suggested for ; discussion :'-1. Proposed legislative! programs. 2. The pay of teachers and school officers. .'. I('i'bMiceiyvrl rural schools.' 4. Should 'fni? adtaims- t rat ion of education be separate and in- j dependent? o. Methods of reaching, the people." , ! It is earnestly urged by Commissioner! Claxton, also by Commissioner Dempsey of Vermont, that a large representation of Vermont citizens and school officials attend. Should one's business call him to Boston or if he can arrange to be In Boston on business on the above dates he can serve bis town and state by his presence at these meetings. Vermont has important educational ouesfions to be settled by the present legislature, and there is need for A broad outlook on cur rent educational affairs. r When You're Beaten. No man is beaten until he releases his grip on his life aim. No man is beaten so long as be faces and works toward his goal, no matter whether he reaches it or not. The New Success. QUICK! STOP INDIGESTION Pain in Stomach, Sourness, Gases and Acidity relieved with ','Pape's Diapepsin" Mazola Oil fcr Cocking and Salads Gallons, $2.25 Quarts, 65 Pints, 35 We have a few Gallons of Maple Syrup to close out at $2.25 per gallon. W. H. MILES & SON m S3 imi The Rutenber Range The Domanco Iron CHOOSING NATIONAL TllEK. -Your upset stomach will feel fine! No waiting When your meals don't fit and you feel uncomfortable; when you belch gases, acids" or raise sour undigested food. When you feel lumps of indigestion pain, heartburn or headache from acidity, just eat a tablet of harmless and reliable l'ape's Diapepsin and the stomach dis- ttros;4 is gone.i ' Millions of people know the magic of . I i iik'k llioumtln i o nn l r t I n "wl I'll V Thousands , Vote ou Subject ; 1 Ills"; Week. t tknow dered net e The Star Dish Washer will hold a complete set of dishes with the accompanying glass and silver. , It . washes, rinses and dries without moving a dish. The most delicate china cannot be broken in this type of vasher. IIORTON D. WALKER . WASH 1 N"( rrON.'- 'T.TLosands. of Vnicrlnm flixyHttt.iyilgtfg votms that most indigestion and disor stomachs are from acidity. The re :s cuickly. no disappointment, and f ithe cost is s little too. l'ape's Diapepsin! helps regulate '-our stomach so you can i eat favorite f - .J.; without leaf. Vdv. 1 m The Torrington Sweeper The A. B. C. Washer la V J ISS3