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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER;. THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1921.
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Despatch In Tin- Reformer.) Copyright r.tiM. WASHINGTON. March 10. I'i.m-d'-iit Harding has akod Elilm Koot to assist in shaping tho policy of the I niteil States toward Europe, particularly in eoiinectioii with the Association of Na tims. Whether Mr. lt'ot will go 'abroad as bead of a special mission, or will stay on this side as the American delegate lo an international ronfereuee of diplomats is undetermined but the hamres are that Mr. Boot will sail for Europe just as soon as the Harding administration is ready to take the European governments into its confidence. While this kind of ncgotilitioa ordinar ily would be conducted by American am bassadors and ministers abroad, all of them were appointed by the Wilson ad ministration and it is not feasible to put int: the bands of the new apiwiintecs such a delicate task until they have hail a chance (o be on the ground long enough to familiarize themselves with European conditions. Elihu Boot, on the other baud, sjHMit many months in Europe last summer in connection with the making of the international court of justice, and be already has all the background and knowledge mt-cssary to negotiate with foreign governments. Not only has lie been secretary of state but he lias rep resented the United States at the second Hague conference and is iwrhaps the best equipped American today to deal with international lawyers, diplomats anil treaty experts. Mr. ltout has not sought office nor is he eager to accept any permanent post abroad, a.s haw been urged by so many of hi-s friends, but he told Mr. Harding he agreed to render any assistance in mat ters of 'foreign policy. There is a lose friendship between Secretary Hughes of the state department and Mr. Hoot and there is every assurance of co-operation between these two distinguished states men. Of course Mr. Root is friendly to t lm existing league of nations and w'hile he never did subscribe to the covenant, advocating reservations similar to those proposed by Senator Lodge, lie does be lieve that much of the machinery of the present league can be maintained. Mr. Root, however, wrote the Republican na tional conventions platform on foreign policy pledging the Republican adminis tration to an agreement with other na tions covering the same general purposes as were sought by the covenant. The appointment of Elihu Root to ne gotiate with Europe is merely the log ical seuuence of events in Republican policy and while Mr. Root has not changed bis opinions in any way con- OUCH! ANOTHER RHEUMATIC TWINGE Get busy and relieve those pains with that handy bottle of Sloan's Liniment - 0 Advertising Copy Sent to The Reformer Early WHAT Sloan's does, it does thor oughly penetrates without rub' ling to the afflicted part and promptly relieves most kinds of exter nal pains and aches. 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Try 73 cent box at our risk. 1 "'"iiiiS mo iHM'd lor uitornationai co operation through sonic such instrument ality as the covenant, lie would endeavor to obtain an agreement with Eurone that will relieve the I'nited States of any ob ligations, direct or indirect, to take up arms hi European questions or that will plunge the .United -States into the mael strom of European jxditics. Jn other words, the objects expressed by Mr. Harding in his inaugural address would be a chart of principles by which Mr. Iioct would be guided. To him would be entrusted the task of making a docu ment with Europe that would square in detail with these principles. There arc thise who believe Mr. Uoot would be ami lo.iraiue an entirely new associa Hon ol nations and ifconst rm t iho whole machinery of international inter-' course on political questions, as 'differ-! entialed from .judicial questions but on"' that point nobody here can do any more' than conjecture for the opinions of Eu-! ropean governments are being held in reserve, waiting, indeed to examine the American proposals. The sen. ling of Mr. Uoot along with other distinguished Americans, i-s ex pected to be a much more informal or-! mnil ll:i it .. I. 1 . i , ican pi-ace commission of which l'resi-:M dent AVilson.was a member. The Hard-: Q ing commission would investigate the op-' Fa portunities for coming to an understand-1 fel ing ami would hrnig bark for the ap ! proval ff the chief executive all the datn iceesvirv ti formulate American jHl-j icy which in turn 'vould be submitted to' the senare before nnj agreement would- oe nnan.v closed witli the other merits of the world. Meanwhile, the desiri in i,Ua.i,.i. loreign cucstions and hand'e domestic problems is for the moment not succeed-! ing very well. President Harding has! discovered that he has quite a iight on' lus hands to get the Colombian treaty! through the seriate. The friends of" Theo-' (lore Koosevelt who boasted that he' "took I'nnaiua-' and talked about it af -terwur-H Hll fori that the payment of any imkbulity to T'oloinbia is a slap at' the Itooscvelr action. )ti the other hand. Senator Lodge, an intimate friend of the late President Koosevclt. is pre paring for the ratification of the treaty and he has certain documents showing that Mr. KooMvcit in his last years felt that some settlement such a.s is proposed m the treaty might well be made for the .-..vft.ft. .... i -iiii inns. ne uiii in sist on the elimination of an clause ex pressing -apology or regret and this hav ing been' done the friends of the treat v see no reason why the Rooseveltiaii group should not come into line and give i "i: iinrtunir aonu mst rut im r.r..,i ,t f.. r-. . ......... t i i mil airi 'Nethest 'Spring Fashions. govern- Await Your Inspection in Our Ready-to-Wear Department Easter Suits For -Women and Misses In newest tailored, semi-tailored, Eton-box, and em broidered styles from the practical all wool Jersey Suits at $17.50 up to $69.50 for the more exclusive mod els of finest gabardine. From young people's sizes to the "stylish stouts." 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The opjMisition, however, is not large enough to defeat the treaty for the I)emonits stand committed to it, having tried to .secure ratification when President Wilson urged it, Mr. Harding was prevailed up in to send a message to congress to remove all doubt as to his own insistence ou the need for patching up all controversies with the nations to the South of us. MARYLAND MOTHER HUNTING FOR SON recognized a photograph . of "Big Mike" shown by the eager mother as that of "I'.ig Tom" who also had stopied a lml let with his head. It was "1Hz Tom," they said, who wrote endlessly to his mother but knew not where to send the letters. And in Washington kindly officials poured over the records to aid the search. Thev found a queer tangle showing that "Hig Mike" apparently had been twice buried by regimental chaplains. Once in the honor grave yard at (Vmsenvoye and again at Meuse. There was a dif ference too. in identification numbers. and the mother came home, wearv, de jected, but still with high hoie in her heart that time would give back her son She Believes This He 10. human e to the Michael he Though Omrially Dead Is Still Alhe in Country. liOXOSIiOKO, Mil... -March Hope that springs eternal in breasts, sent its thrilling messa; mother heart of Mrs. Lettie V. here when the mailman handed her an oOicial photograph of the grave in France where her blue-eyed, giant, soldier son lay, sleeping with the heroes of the great war. Across the card ran the legend, "Al vm A. Michael, killed in action, October It, l!)ix, 'but her son's name was Aus tin CJ. Michael. And in that moment there was bom to the brave-hearted woman a hope time alone could kill that she would sec- again the six-foot, curler headed youngster who marched . so gaily out to battle when his countrv called Perhaps you who read may help her vision to fulfillment. For there may be wandering some where in the country a lad from whose mind the impact of a German bullet swept the ties of memorv ec wno wines always to a mother knows not how to nddres-a Mrs. Michael has carried her search far, and here ami there has found tales of N"Iiig Mike" as nis "buddies'- knew him, which tilled her with tearful pride. But also she found conflicting accounts in the official record of his deaih and bur ial and strange reports at hospitals she visited of a patient long treated ami whose description tallied closely with that of her son, but wh-j was known as "Big 'Tom Hinnegan.' "Jlig Tom" too has vanished, and un til she has found- him. Mrs. Michael will not discard the hope that he mar be her on, his -identity lost in. the crash of the bullet that scarred Lis head. ' Boys who fought with "Big Mike"' told his mothec,of the great "Hike" in France when anan after man toppled over from the oxhaustion and finally Big Mike" himself went down in a jang ling pile. When they examined him. they found the rifle and equipment a squad of men strung about his huge frame, carried to ease weaker comrades. They told her too. of the night when a bullet struck him down, but hero there was a difference in the tales that net th mother's heart strings ffnttering anew. Some of them said "Big Miko" had laid two days under a blanket, there in the heat of the battle, given up for dead. P.ut later, signs of life were seen and he went pack on the weary hospital At MADAM! SURELY DIAMOND DYE IT i Few Cents Dyes Faded. Shabby ments, Draperies, Everying Into New "Diamond Dyes' Never Streak, Fade or Give That "Dyed-Look" Gar- spot, Brattleboro women can dye anything with a package of Diamond Dyes. An old, worn coat, skirt, waist, sweater, kimona. dress, or faded stockings, gloves, draperies, portieres, chair covers any thing, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, can be diamond-dyed to look like new. 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