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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1921.
r If You drink Green Tea You should certainly try mt mi hi i ii 9 The flavor is infinitely better than that of ordinary Green Tea. ; Send us a postal card for a free sample. Address: SALAl) -TEA COMPANY, Boston , rit smj we didrit tell you, This is just to remind you that sometimes young ladies judge a man by the kind of candy he brings. The Kibbe Buffet Box has the approval of the most fastidious and leaves a memory of delight that is not soon forgotten. The chocolate coatings are of double thickness, rich and smooth. The cen ters are specially selected for particular people. The box also contains Jordan almonds, sweet-cream caramels and delicious preserved ginger. Kibbe Chocolates are dipped with silver tongs no hand or even a finger touches them. Your dealer doubtless carries them in many assortments, as well as Kibbe Social Whirls, Cocoanut Cream Bars, Nut Venetians, Pure Sugar Patties. Ask for Kibbe's by name. Kibbe's, Springfield, Mass. 43p At Our Soda Fountain Next to cleanliness, which we insist upon, one of the most important requisites of a Soda Fountain is the Ice Cream that is served there. We consider ourselves for tunate in having the justly celebrated TAIT'S ICE CREAM This Ice Cream is conceded to be the BEST and MOST DELICIOUS Ice Cream made in New England. We serve three kinds at our fountain vanilla, choco late and strawberry. We sell these in bulk at 35c pint, 70c quart, and also Tait's Brick Ice Cream at 35c pint. Brattleboro Drug Co, THE PRESCRIPTION STORE PHONE 560 PHONE 560 ' PHONE 560 Attractive Investment Opportunity 8 12 Per Cent for Ten Years. Tax Free in Vt. New England Power Company' 6 Per Cent Pfd. Stock plus zy2 Per Cent Profit Rights for Ten Years. Price $100 and Accrued Dividend. Starting with issue of $1,250,000 ten days ago and first offered to old stockholders, there is now left less than 100 shares, so the opportunity to buy is for very limited time. Fred II. Harris, Braltlcboro, Vt. Telephone 270 PEACE DEPENDS ON R SO Administration Is Planning to Begin Negotiations Very Soon VERSAILLES PACT MAY BE SIGNED THAT REMINDS ME A GOOD WATERPROOFING FOT? 50075 CAN 5E MADE BY MEITINS TOGETHER EQUAL PARTS CF BEES WAX AMD MUTTON SUET. RUB THI5 UGHm ON THE SOLES AND EDGES OF THE BOOTS. For Wliile Nominally Negotiating with Germany, United : States Actually Can Agree to Nothing That Is Not Accepta ble to the Allies. I!y DAVID LA WHENCE. (Special Despatch to Tlu Iieforincr.) Coinmght Y.)l. WASHINGTON. June 14. First steps toward the making of a treaty of peace between the United States and Germany will be taken immediately after congress passes the Knox-l'orter resolu tion, this week. This became kuown offi cially yesterday. Until the ov.'grcsional resolution is out of the way, interna tional negotiations cannot be begun. The resolution itself does not bind Germany or in any way establish jieace with Ger many. J. ins fact is recognized by Presi dent Harding ami his associates. They believe, however, that when congress passes the resolution, a certain psycho logical unrest will have been allayed be cause so far as domestic laws are con cerned, the phrases duration of the war" and "the present war emergency.," used in so many statutes will have been wiped off the law books. Mr. Harding realizes that the peace resohitiou of congress goes only part of the way and that he must then negoti ate a treaty which will establish diplo matic relations between the United States and Germany. The executive has felt that it was unnecessary to . move in that direction, until congress had ex pressed itself. Notwithstanding the pros pect of an early passage of the Knox l'orter resolution. Mr. Harding feels that the responsibility for the next step is upon him. He has indicated that he will not delay action. In response to an in quiry as to whether the treaty of Ver sailles would be used as a basis for peace-making with the central powers, it was significantly pointed out that the President had not withdrawn the .state ment made in his address to congress, namely, that it might be wiwer to "en gage under theexisting treaty" than to attempt a new treaty with Germany. Really I baling with Allies. The truth of the matter, as explained at the department of state, is that the United States is not dealing with Ger many at all but with the allies. Nomi nally Germany signs the treaty but hav ing given away all her rights to the al lies, the latter must say whether the pro visions of the new treaty with Germany are satisfactory. And it is the purjwise of the American government to write the kind of treaty that will bring harmony rather than discord to the ranks of the allies. . The practical probh-m of making the Versailles treaty effective as between the United States and Germany is one that Scretnry Hughes has be oiokrwngfonn Secretary Hughes ha been working on for some time. Already there have been opportunities for the United States gov ernment to find out how the allies viewed the matter and the attitude of the great powers is one of expectancy and hope that Amer ica will tind it possible to at tach her signature to the Versailles treaty even though a number of reserva tions or modifications may be made. The French, for instance, place, great weight ill; it. the moral value of America's sig nature to the Versailles pact because of the effect such a move would have upon Germany where hope still lingers that th United States will part company with her allies and make a .separate treaty with Kritain. Supreme Council Rules. ! Another reason -for using the Ver sailles pact iri!-tead of a new treaty has to do with preserving America's status in"" the supreme council, that organiza tion which formed during the war and remained as a league of victors. Presi dent Harding feels that the supreme council can le used as a vehicle for many important things. He has already availed himself of the. machinery of the supreme council to canvass sentiment with respect to disarmament. 1 America made a 'separate treaty and disassociated herself from the allies, she would no longer have a valid claim to membership in that su preme council. And since it is Mr. Harding's intention to eliminate Ameri can participation in those clauses of the treaty covering the league of nations, the United States would have no vo in the council of the league itself which is a somewhat larger body than the mi jPrenie council would have vanished en i tirely as all members of that organiza tion are represented on the council of the league of nations. It was when Lloyd .George saw the status of the league of nations made uncertain because of Amer ica's hesitation to join that be suddenly revived the supreme council. The French concurred in the movement and it is the supreme council which rules Europe to day. President Harding has made it clear that one of the principal objects of his foreign policy will le to establish close intercourse with other nations by personal conference. The supreme coun cil affords such an opportunity and it is a safe prediction that the form of Amer ica's new treaty with Germany or rather the reservations to the Versailles treaty will be discussed informally at the su preme council and the approval of the power obtained before the revised pact is submitted to the American senate. I.! I , ' I I WP t?P r.niwr.TnUiuc SO I WANT YOU TO A POLlSrUTHE STOVE! 0 - r THAT T?EiM!NDS ) I l7H l:'-LL--Msj l.. . I B WZ&S&S. S ou CN POLISH I J?OYuiE. 'HUNTRESS-ADAMS CO.- Doctrine for Erring Husbands New York Judge Has Ten Tasks For Them to Do NEW YORK, June 14. Magistrate John Koeheadorfcr of this city has begun to put into effect his doctrine, recently ex pounded, that the right kind of punish ment for erring husbands will end marital infelicity. Holding that husbands are to blame for seven-eighths of all domestic rows, the magistrate announced that instead of sending them to jail he would sentence them to any one of 10 tasks they might choose. Then the next convicted hus band who was arraigned before him for abusing his wife was ordered to do corn man housework for a week, or go to the workhouse. The choices Magistrate Kochendorfer allows his prisoners follow: Prepare the family breakfast every morning. Take care of the children one hour every day. . liny candy and fruit for the wife and children once a week. Stay home one night a week. Take the family out every Sunday to church in the morning and for ;i walk in the afternoon. Allow the wife to handle the finances of the family. Start a savings bank account. Wait on himself instead of asking the wife to wait on him. , Repeat every day to his wife, nt least once, jiis marriage vows. Wash the dishes every night. Magistrate Kochendorfer says that few men recognize the daily monotony of a woutfiu's life in keeping a household to gether on small pay. The men have some MUST OPERATE STEAMER. i; & M. Ordered to Run Vessel on Lake Winnipesaukee. CONCORD. N. II., June 14 At the close of an all-day hearing, the state pub lic service commission handed down an order yesterday directing the 1 tost on & Maine railroad to operate the steamer Mount Washington on Lake Winnipesau kee this summer on the usual schedule, connecting with trains at Alton Ilay and The Weirs. Stage people regard it as .unlucky to leave soap beLiiid in their dressing room when on tour. After You Are Fifty You can expect almost anything be cause your vitality is fast becoming used up and as a rule one becomes over anxious to lay aside money enough to care for their old age, and during this nerve breaking period, and worries, you are liable to hav? a nervous breakdown, and b'ecome a fit subject for kidney, liver, and heart troubles. When you find yourself approaching or afflicted with these troubles, you can build yourself 'tip again by taking front 10 to 110 drops in a little water of the old and reliable remedy, 1 SEVEN HARKS, Don't wait until you arc down nick, but tcp into your nearest druggist and invest a small sum for a liottle of SEVEN HARKS and be prepared. It doesn't matter whether you are HO op Tid if too find that vour digestion or- variety even if only ,n going from their , your heart pal- hitinfw hi their ritticw hul tut ivivt.a hi i w . - 1 pitates on me snguiest exertion, your back aches after a day's work, you need a good tonic, kidney and liver regulator. This you will find in SEVEN HARKS, the old-fashioned root and herb remedy that our parents, and grandparents used to keep their families rugged and well. If you want to get the greatest efficiency out of your body, enjoy and prolong your life, take SEVEN liAltKS. For sale at druggist. Advertisement. Store Closes Wednesdays During the Summer At 12.30 In Order to Do a Day's Business in the V- ..." Morning, We Offer the Following Wednesday Morning Sp ecials sentenced to monotonous drudgery. "Men who abuse their wives need wak ing up more than they need jail." the mag istrate expounded. "The average man would be cured permanently if lie could be set to the tasks to which his wife is committed and thus learn how much less attractive is her day than bis." Attached to the Aquarium in New York city is ra hospital where tish are treated for their ailments. $1.50 Dotted Voiles, black, navy, lieliotropfc with white dots Wednesday Morning Special 9Sf 98c Japanese Table Covers, 36-inch, Wednesday Morning Special 70$ $1.49 Japanese Table Covers, 45-inch, Wednesday Morning Special. $1.19 $2.98 Lace Curtains, Wednesday Morning Special $1E9 $5.50 Lace Curtains, Wednesday Morning Special $3.-lf One Gross 10c Hair Nets, with or without elastic. Wednesday Morning Special, 4 for 25 35c Woodbury's Facial Soap, Wednesday Morning Special 22 25c Mavis Talcum Powder. y Wednesday Morning Special 19 75c White Fancy Voiles. Vednesday Morning Special 39 $1.75 81x90 Seamless Sheets, Wednesday Morning Special 1.19 f ' . ' $1.50 Large Bungalow Aprons, Wednesday Morning Special 79 V t 75c White Fancy Voiles, Wednesday Morning Special 39( 25c 36-inch Fine Underwear Cambric, 6 Wednesday Morning Special 15? $30.00 Tweed Auto Coats; only three left, Wednesday Morning Special $15.9S S25.00 Gray Tweed Suits, . Wednesday Morning Special 14.75 $3.50 Natural Pongee Waists, Wednesday Morning Special 2.49 i Georgette Waists, regular prices up to $7.98. Wednesday Morning Special S1.9S Children's Coats, sizes 4 to 12 years. Regular prices up to $10.00 Wednesday Morning Special l.OS 4 Additions to the Lot of 85c Columbia Records, Wednesday Morning Special 49o HUNTRESS-ADAMS C -ir ii 1 1 i r-i ri rm rrzn rm mmrjrj i irnirr? n 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 IB 1 1 1 1 Hi LI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bj. I 1 L?J LsJ Ll L2 LEJ LEJ LzLI LSj LSLi U!SJ LxJ LSizJ Lz SSJ LSJ LJ LZJ LJ LSJ LSJ L2J Lt sJ t 1 DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY 1 i. i Iieginning to Take Notice. (P.uilington Free Press.) We have the authority of the sartorial ; Irattlciorn Reformer that "all girls en tering Dana Hall, a select boarding school . at AVellesley. .Alass.. next fall, must not have skirts that hang less than six inches .below the knee nor exhibit any brilliant colored hats and ostrich plumes. Evening (frocks will be required to have some sem- bianco .of a. sleeve, covering the arm slightly at least, and all high heels detr imental to comfort will be barred." M"e are glad to learn this. They do say iiu some localities there was danger of ' men's tindervests growing so short round the Im it tout that the wearers could not take a long step any more than can the average .woman jn the latter dav dressy" Advertising in The Reformer Brings Good Results. Thursday and Friday ST. MICIIAFIS CADETS PRESENT "Black Beauty" At Latchis Theatre - .CIZJDIUILiUfiS THOMAS' DRUG STORE Wednesday Morning Specials in Footwear Our Store Closes Wednesday, 'June 15 at 12.3(T P. M. Summer Half -Holiday MEN'S OXFORDS, broken lot of High Grade Oxfords. Odd sizes, ' , J. QR Wednesday Morning Price V M.tJ BOYS' TENNIS SHOES, brown and . white . canvas. ' Leather trimmed. All sizes 2, to 6, S "! AQ Wednesday Morning Price tJL!0 YOUTHS TENNIS SHOES, brown and white canvas. Leather trimmed. All sizes 11 to 2, -g Wednesday Morning Price IJLefl WOMEN'S OXFORDS, TIES AND PUMPS, broken sizes. Odd lot. Good quality, Wednesday Morning Price . . iU3 WOMEN'S WHITE CANVAS HIGH SHOES, odd lot. Good variety of styles, ' - QS Wednesday Morning Price tjJJLtJ' . WOMEN'S OXFORDS, all small sizes.' Good varie ty. Wednesday Morning Price 1,59 The Fdmily Shoe Store DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY ft