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Lanriitnl Press is exclusively ei titled to the use for publication of all newi despatches credited to it and not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local new published herein. GET A B0MBSKY- ND BLOW K THEM UP r . Ews-j-rj j i 5KVHisHSK-rr5s I ttf Trf Flft ) BOLSHEVIKS I 'I tJt 1 1 m i il if "V - c . w I CD. CONE ON NOW, YOU, NEEP ATRIM pa. YOU WANT ZXE. 1 'WOULD MAKE A SHAMPOO-T -GREAT MATTKtSa, (Cop-. tic'"! ( " "- ' THERE'S YOUR HATSKY VYHAT,- VOUK HURRY' c:hh IF-T' y ' V - I I I U 1 L V. AV-ffi'5rVT5V VT .: : Mill y x iri i l ' 1 i st. -k j- y n The anniversary of the death of Tope lMus X. will be observed in Home today with the celebration of masses in St. I'eter's. The I'nited States house of represent atives has set today for taking a final vote on the new revenue bill. Tho f-oiinc.il of the league of nations is scheduled to meet today for the pur pose of considering a solution vi ,u. I'nrier Silesian problem. -Democratic leaders of Delaware are to Ecrence. today - to .consider plans for a reorganization of the party n that state. TioioirntM from many countries will Switzerland, today for the opening or in'? imu iu6 " it.. l.,tr..iotinnnl t ;oncrCSS VCUIIISL -v i - ( 1 1 TT A 111 V 1 ' ' ' ' eoholism. C, .T. Doheitv and Sir v -- - "... i i....r ti Irr pv are to sail louay V .. .! 41, epresent I anaua at me meeting i isstniblv of the league of nations soon to be held at Geneva. In the Day's News. nonrnn IT IVrlev. who sails today ... --- - - - to represent Canada at me assemuij ui the league of nations at geneva nexi w.ii, km lia.l much exnerience as the rii.Jntntivp of the dominion abroad For a number of years he has been the ,;rli commissioner tor I anana in ion ...... - ------- , ...... ,., Ion and during tne war ne uiu oi tiio I nnninnn uvcrwHK iiuuisiri jm. ir (li-oro was born at ijpDanon N II in 1S.)7, of Uelsti iosceni. ins parents moved to wtiawa in i?d., nvn.- liis father had a large nimucims miri est. In 1S7." be enteral Harvard uni versity, graduating in JM-. ne cnicrea IK)litical life in Canada in 1?M)1 as a memlK'r ot paruamem, rvumminn imm ltlll, when he entered the isonicn gov ernment. He has the repuxaiion ui u- ing a keen business man, and is associ ith most of the commercial and The Reformer is on sale every eveninf by the following news dealers: Brattleboro, Brattleboro New Co.. C. . Cleaveland. S. L. Purinton (EsteyvilleV d .!,. Hnnu Pturmiff. Allen' Deoot Newt stand, Gilbert J. Pollica. 297 South Main St (Fort Dummer district). West Brattlehoro, T. L. Stockwell, East Dummersto, M. E. Brown. Pntnev. M. G. William. Newfane, N. M. Batchelder. West Townshend, C H. Groat. Jamaica, R. J. Daggett. South Londonderry, If. H- Tyler, South Vernon, E. B. Bnffum. West Chesterfield, IT. H., Mr. VT. Streeter Hinsdale, K. H., W. H. Lyman. Greenfield, Mass., Greenfield New Co, Greenfield, Ma., C A- Hays. . . . i w Kfti. than nnv 1ict hrincs to the mind of one of the older Aiiffnr in nave kuu u n wv.v., v...... ------r. ... i ouBnr to . i ii" .v f-ither generation that the first man ever hung other boy in the world, says the fatlnr. . c-rtain C-.dfrey, whose not say driven "By (iodfrey !" when they wished to he emphatic. One boy, who had used the first syllable and intended to stop there. "A thousand times I have said to him, namo h,.rame a byword and people tj,. ivi. n th fun vou can, but never inclined actually to swear used to hop on a wagon while it is bein along a city street.' 1 Library News Iord Bryce I ff ,1 am 1 snmAra -'"- All that a father could do to teacn one saw his father s eye tixed up,.n mm iui a - author of The American Common 1 rr l. Y nllOQ (IT I'HII- MTI U VA I ? I tlvil ClliU Ilriiiv un"' " 1 i n.mn V t tl T OriKl ill to ODey an mv .-.ruw.v . . ,. ..,,, illt..,P ,,.,t weaitn nas nu Bi,,... ... ..... n on a public thoroughfare was done. ; - m- ' " " - - JalM, authoritative w on Mm i .:i.i Ynt that fither is not dis-' niocracies. i ne iik nd it failed, let that rauier is mt ui , ,ini with t he tvnical S ATI' III) AY, AUGUST 20. 1021. boy tio a couraged. He hopes now to save some other man's boy. Of such stuff are heroes made. If any man's warning can carry conviction to boyish hearts, it is his. IT T 7T llUllUii 1. IV ULiil RECALL IN NORTH DAKOTA. North Dakota's recall election, aimed L the Non-Partisan leaguers in the state administration, is now assured. .MILITARY CAMPS REAR FRUIT Already the fruits of life in this sum mer's military training camps are be More coming evident. Even the youths who ap Tobacco. (Rutland News.) Thomas A. Edison, celebrating his 41th n-ji .sin l l ij. y ijtwyyjsi Jajwwwgi!if I i r.Ly'VV -'-' . Itlian enough signatures have been ob- fnintxi to the netition. and the date has been tentatively set for Nov. 1. It is not to be a political election in the generally accepted sense of the word. Republicans and Democrats will not count, as such. The question is, briefly. anniversary of his invention of the phon ograph, discusses tobacco. Edison smokes like- a had chimney. " Tobacco doesn't harm anyone, except paper-covered cicarets which are harm ful, he says. lint tobacco, aside irom iirnrnts- does no harm to society. It is plied for admission and were refused arc n..ii.Mi.Snu ..- ... , I better off for their experience. One-half of the young men who were disqualified at the Pittsburgh camp on physical grounds were not aware of their defects. Being warned, they are in a po sition to build themselves up before it is MEARLY KILLEI BY INDIGESTION Restored To Vigorous; Health By "FRUIT-A-TIYES" ,Jy 'fr-, t linancial capital. institutions of the dominion 'Are the voters of North Dakota for the I too late. a . . 1 I i ll V a. 1. 1. n i. Mn ! nin r non-partisan league, or are tuey ineui as tor tae laus wun mih m- "". of its promises?' ' ' they have reapei an ice ueucm ni.i The election is of more than state-jcome with such an experience, lhey are wide interest. Every. American w no uas i healthier, more aiert, wrier ikuscu, nunc followed this experiment in state Social- self-controlled. They have had the fun jism. every student of economics and gov- an,i the valuable experience that go with eminent and, of course, every iolitician, cair.p life and camp association. Even is keenly interested. So is every hopeful. I though they were good, loyal lads when and every embittered radical. I they went into training, their loyalty has .Tnst now the leaeuers are at a disad-1 trrnethened with their bodies as they An interesting view, coming from smoker-inventor whose body i 1"l cent efficient and. in its vitality as markable as Ins genius. the per re- unrts features of democratic government ceneral. such as public opinion, the press the relations vt religion aim cuucniiuu i l'm-t twn describes the six f,ii ....... .... - - . - ,i..i,w.-mi-ies of t lie modern world usine facts obtained during personal visit to each country. Part three is a genera summing up of the present and future o democracy. I if e f Ixn1 Kitchener by Sir Georg Cnmntmi Archibald Arthur. "Iord Kitch oner's urivate secretary has written hi life issued in three volumes, as the offi rial biography. There is a preface by the Marquis of Salisbury and an introductory 1 Unit' The first volume covers the carlv years, the Sudan cam paign and the 'period to 1!XM. Volume two completes the account of the -Boer war and deals with India and Egypt. The third volume is wholly devoted to the World war and closes with a chapter summing up. personal . traits. Each vol ume is illustrated with ioitraits nnd maps and there is a full index." Book Review I igt. The following hooks for younger read ers have been added recently: A Yankee iiil at I-ort bumpter, Alice I urner t urtis Today's Anniversaries. 174.-, Francis Asbury, the first Metho dist bishop in America, born in England. Died at Richmond, Va., Mnrch SI. INK'.. ls;.-0 Opening of the Dayton & Miehi- f?nn railroad in Ohio. is.ni" The w.ir in Texas was declared at an end by proclamation of Presi dent .Tohnson. 1S70 The women of France issued an address to the women ot au na tions on the subject of the war' with Prussia. 1SS0 Monroe Robertson, the murderer of nine men, was hanged at Green ville. O. 1012 General AVilliam Booth, founder of the Salvation army, died in London. Born near Nottingham in 1S2D. 1014 The first of the Women's Patri otic leagues of Canada was formed at Toronto. 1010 Martial law was proclaimed throughout Hungary. CHAS. F. HARTWEU. South Royal ton, Vermont. " About three years ago I began to Suffer with Indigestion . Food soured in my stomach, causing me to belch ; and I had terrible heart burn, with pains in my chest and arms. My heart became affected ; I had short ness of breath ; the action of my kidneys was irregular, the secretions Scanty and scalding. I was knocked out, and good for nothing, when I read about 'Fruit-a-tives' and sent for a box. I used a few and thought, 'well, they will turn out like all the other remedies I hare tried' but to my surprise and gladness, I noticed improvement and I continued the use of ,Fruit-a-tiv2s', (or Fruit Liver Tablets) with the result that a dozen boxes made ma feel like a different person". CHAS. F. IIAHTWELL. COc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. Atders or from FTIUIT-A-TIVE3 limited, OGDENSBUHG, N. Y. Enforcing the Dunham Law. (Rutland Herald.) Thev are turning things around in Orleans county, where two merchant, a fruit store proprietor and a general store, proprietor, insisted on keeping their marts of business open on Sunday. In Windham county, tiiey started with the! ball-players, then reluctantly faced to ward fruit store men. tobacco merchants' etcT who were apparently law violators. ' Kenton Worker. AMll.am Hey- rri. n i i . i..- liter. X II" irsu ii wns me I'liiin.ini in . mint i .... ... t is . t-i:u p0n; iiver .Mioai ui;m, i.uuu nam which the Orleans county cases were tried. J' ifr?-4H . - . m .1 -V 1 . . : . vantage. The bank ot -Aortn ujikuu i not honoring the checks of its depositors. The mill and elevator and the home realized themselves a responsible part of the nation. The neonle who feel that military 131 it i a 1 1 fcJ b Ml' .V. '!till!4 nilMlr- I building associations, of which much was i training camps are inconsistent with a exnected. have stopped work with no rec- rma lnont ixilicv need not worry. The ord of worthwhile accomplishment. ThcLK)vs C0lne 0t of the camps not chain stores and newspapers which were J t,irst T for war, but thirsty for useful cit- to simplify the farmer's problems and I izonsi,i,, ant expecting to go to war only tight his battles are no longer active. as it s,ia1l become the duty of any able ti,o ceem no market tor tne Mate bonds, which have been offered exten ;n fMiieno nnd New York and through the columns of publications which strive to create and capitalize unrest. The enemies of the league are confi dent. Thev expect to oust Governor Fra- zier, Attorney-General Leinke and Labor Commissioner Ilagen. and they point to Inst fall's election, when the governor citizen. They will be so much better able to perform the ordinary duties of peace than their untrained brethren as to make the latter envious. IJeform Stil Needed. (Barre Times.) ' The late Charles H." Davenport, founder of the Windham County Re former and a Democrat of forceful pen, was always advocating a political house-cleaning in Vermont, but he ad vocated in vain. There has b.-en no rea political house-cleaning in Vermont, onlv a desultory sweeping in lialt- lieiHtcd manner. It remains for some other reformer to brin' that about. One Year Ago Today. Battle between Serbs and Albanians north of Scutari. Mail robbers secured $100.M0 from a train near Chicngo. Vermont Editors Emigrate, (bhitland Herald.) The almost simultaneous deaths of In urging the St. Lawrence navigation Edward Clark, formerly of the St. Albans project, the Chicago Tribune gives some Messenger, and Charles II. Davenport, t,.o,i., t,.s founder of The Brattlelxro Reformer, the interesting statistics as to trade ccntets. Jn Troy jn Ithapa and the reason why a straight water s,IRR.sts the fact that other states owe route should be opened from the Great considerable not only to Vermont pioneers lakes to the sea. According to the Tri- won by 4.000 votes and Harding by l.-jbui:e, the center of population is in In- Decide for Yourself Don't allow tLr t hllzht eye strain you experience when reading, to become se rious and permanent. Let us examine your eyes and determine whether or not you need glasses. Our advice carries the authority of long experience. Vhy no consult us at once and avoid possibl serious consequences. . - t - A. z i IKIO ps evidence that the .on-i arwsun wfit' trrm nnon the state is far from v u i i v r ' "x strong. The leaguers, on their part, pro fess a similar assurance. iT,..,.n the recall vote goes, none - r - .1. need worrv about the future oi .oim Dakota. The great mass of the people are sane, hard-working, full of faith in themselves. Whatever the result of the t election, they will one day solve problem, and correctly. their HOPPING ON WAGONS One of the most unusual memorials ever devised is that planned by the father of a ten-vear-old Ohio boy who was killed recently bv an automobile on his birth-1 Easterner pause, as he tries to think of lav The father is a business man wholan: diaaa; the center of farm acreage in Mis sonri; of farm values, in Iowa;jof wheat in Nebraska: of corn, in Illinois; of po tatoes, in Wisconsin : of butter and swino. in Illinois. The center of iron ore nrrdiiction is in Minnesota: of the bi- tui linous coal reserves, in soff coal, in West Virginia. The center of manufacture measured by primary horse-power is in Ohio ; of persons en gaged in manufacturing, in Pennsylva nia. Not only these states, but states which touch them, would profit by the sea route which inevitably means better shipping facilities and cheaper rates. It is a list which should give the provincial but to Vermont editors. One has but to remember Albert Clark, Lucius P.iselow. "Bill" Ilassctt, "Shcrm Allen. Charles A. Webb and others to see where our newspaper "talent"' goes. Charles II. Davenport. (Burlington Free Press.) The death in New York of Charles II. . f 1 . 1 . A A 1 I Wyoming: of 1 1 'avenporr, rounder or tne i.rarueooro ue- iormer, removes one oi me most pictur esque and virile characters Vermont jour nalism has produced. For some time after leaving Vermont he was. an editorial writer on the Albany Argus. Price. Three Little Kittens, Katherine Pyle. Amcliar Anne & The Green Umbrella. Constance lleward. The Strang Year. Eliza Orne White. Little Friend Lydia, Ethel Calvert Phillips. Master Frisky. Clarence Hawkcs. Cm-ley and The Astec Gold, Joseph B. Ames. Anita. Bertha B. & Ernest Cobb. Peter's Adventures in Meadjwland, Florence Vincent. Three Base Benson, Ralph Henry Bar bour. Scouts of the Desert, John Fleming Wilson. Troupe One of the Labrador, Dillon Wallace. Treasure Mountain, Edna Turpin. Into Mexico with General Scott, Ed win Sabin. Land of the Great Out of Doors. Rob ert Livingston. High Acres. Jane Abbott. Black Buccaneer, Stephen W. Meader. On the Edge of the Wilderness, Walter Pritchan! Eaton. Lightfoot the Deer, Thornton W. Bur gess. .Sons of Liberty, Walter Dyle. Today's Birthdays. Raymond Toincare. ex-president of the French republic, born at Bar-le-Duc. C1 years ago today. Julia Sanderson, popular actress and musical comedy star, born at ispring field. Mass., .'7 years ago today. Morris McDonald, president of the Maine Central railroad, born at New Al bany, Ind.. ."(' years ago today. Fnther Bernard Vaughan. celebrated English Jesuit preacher, author and lec turer, born t I years ago today. Little Benny's Note Book ii r lee r.rE. Until the year 1874 the Japanese use to vaccinate on the tip of. the nose. Slight Satisfaction. (Rutland Herald.) A peculiar case was disposed of in federal court at Montpelier the other day. A man by the name of Joseph S. travel thousand? of miles Bland, who lives near Newfane, was arrested about a month ago, charged The Park Ave. News Snoarts. Last Wensdav the Invisi bles was practicing in the pnsk for their next came with the Park Wonders and thev lost the ball and couldent find it nren. nroberlv on account of some tuff lnokinz kid helninc them look for it wib and then going, away with a suddin bump under his shert. Pome by Skinny Martin Tee lice. O it dnnt take mutch to make gerl laff Or mutch to make them smile. But it dont take absilootly cnything To make them giggel a wile. Thiiurs You Awt to Know. Cats all w-.-ivs land on their feet by balancing theirselfts with their tale. For thi reason it is considered crool to cut off a cnts tale without its consent. Light 1w,L.ni.l ff liiileu ft lllillTllt bll And He Did! OPTOMETRISTS) BRATTLEBORO, VT. PIBlTE&EViT Write for Full Particulars and Terras HIGHEST REFERENCES BEST RESULTS PROMPTNESS ASSURED WATSON E. COLEMAN Patent Lawyer 624 F. St., ti. W., Washington, D. C has been especially active in sateiy first" work. Every year now he proposes to celebrate his lost son's birthday by go ing into the public schools of his city and repeating to the children there the story of how bis own lad met his death. Here is his story : ( "Chester spent his summer vacation on a farm. He came home for his Dirinuay. We had planned a party for Friday night. His little boy and girl friends were invited. They came, in their party dresses and with their faces shining but there was no party. "Mother was baking a birthday cake, Just before time to take it from the oven. she schemed to get Chester out of the house so he would not see it. Mie seni him to the grocery with his cousin. They ran laughing and shouting from the tionso nnd n short distance down the street hopped on the, rear end of a wa . mi j. 5 gon. Later they hopped on. J.ne cousin was first, and reached the curb. Chester was second, and the automobile killed I him." Surely that simple narrative will carry its lesson home, if anything could. And yet reason why anything should go any where but through the port of New York. Middlehnrv colleze is certainly to be congratulated upon its choice of Paul I). Moody, son of the late Dwight L. Mcody, as president to succeed John M. Thomas. He is a worthy son of a spien- lid father, fully capable of making the most of the opportunity that has come to him as head of one of Vermont's in stitutions. We venture the opinion that if Julius Willcox, Governor Hartness's urbane secretary of civii and military affairs, actually desires to succeed Judge Zed S. Stanton on the superior bench he will come pretty near acquiring the job re gardless of other candidates. Uncle Sam might use those idle ship ping board vessels to build a pontoon bridge to Europe. Don't buy any Russian crown jewels from street peddlers. Genesis of "By Godfrey." (Springfield Reporter.) The murder trial just ended in Wind- ily boy knew that lesson better, or sor county court with the first degree vcr-1 WiOUTTOORQltE THE FLIMFIAM FLUE CORPOKKTION'. WILL YOU ACCEPT THE PRESIDE ANJP HEDID- f most neeide think too mutch of thei comfort to wunt to travel that fast even a iiuuiiii agv, ciiar-eii ;f could. with sendinz obscene literature through' Extcr! Artie Alixander Almost in Vite' cxtpr! Some freckle face ki viij iiki ti. i i. v. ii iiianr. ii ! jail viv i m i with a tern up nose started to ger rresn -:i. A ,-t;i AiiTnn.lpr last Satiddar. an he had no counsel, as he had done noth- jf i,c 'i,a,ient of looked like sutch a goo ing and didn t know why he should hire liter Artie would nave cracKeu mm lawyer. shot. Ti... .otielnsin r.f H, eaart i'ii'eotos I Sissictv. A serprize party was gav i i, ,,.i. to Mr. Lew Davis on ins noruniav in bv the tm me of Rraiw-h lin.1 mad tin. Weusday, wkll he knew about it for complaint and submitted the evidence, eeK neiore out ie . m a letter, which exports think she wrote possible out of p . ."""tf herself. She was not in court when those present was Mr. Benny I ot s. Mr. lUand's case was reached. , Artie Alixander Mr. Chnrls 1 uM On the showing .Inn Harlnnil B. Simpkins. Mr. Leroy Shooster Mr Sid . .Miss jiary r- I m JVA if l.i .ir nrt TInnt. Miss Iiorettcr Mmcrr pros the case and set tne defendant at Catkins and Mis Maud Jouson liberty. What will happen to the : T I Branch woman is not stated, but unless Grulley an fcxampie. he proves to be mentally deficient she est. Albans Messenger.) certainly should be brought to book. n-i. x--..,, pries the informa rJ'ii u Mie were M-nieiii-t-u iu a irim in prison tor 'forgery and penury, would be slight satisfaction to Hland, ,,.,,, ' ,- iot of the Nationa who has been deprived oi jus iiDerty, .....,. Ar :,.;,n4iv i,n m.n nr .ubjectea to the iiumu.ation ana qam- . . recent vears in the public life o 'i ii, "Ll iiiviivuiiviiii aim iviv v t without recourse iniloss he fe choose to sue the woman. i i ... i i ... .,er5r " u". i.L a"J "Ji'Ilv who desires to go in for a business career in.iH-vni, .., ..s Mr ilr-uPV has developed a monster wronged, punished for no fault and -,r- y1 , , 1 , !., ...:.f4:..' i... ,.,u,.;ii ,.,A plant in Windsor and has earned a place J nmmie the leadins machine designers ana 't g -i i, , va-X (rnoil ot! innnnTpr of t h . , . I ti iiim- min : lrr'ikuiu v - i rV: V ' Windsor (Vt. plant of t ll,S lhZrtJ' Acme Co. Mr. (Jridley. who i:-i' tive in recent years in the i , '.,; the state, is an example of the opportun buouia -tv r.ght jipre jn yermont whlch awaits rentlv the mart of courage, energy and ability iped a mon s earned a p ne designers . 1 . ,T '!.; moan nr reflection on court or manufacturers ot rue coumrj. lie rourt officers, who are required to carry living . token of an industrial ennon ..... .t. t: i t i. Kf Perhaps he is too good an example to 'iui mi; nit-mi icnii!" vn me .-- i,.:,ii ertainlv some one ought to be held ac- here, in the very prime of life, he decides countable. to leave the plant which he has broiurht ! to such impressive dimensions. I he Canton "Jiffy BUt" Garages Fire-Proof ' H i i ' M III I - i ; ! ! h 1 $ j j I j I j J j j Ij jjjil Portable steel garages, made of galvanized sheets that fit well, look well and are storm- and wind-proof. Cost Less Than a Wood en Garage Can Be Painted to Harmonize with Surroundings. For Prices, Etc., See William Cushman Tel. 5G3-W Guilford St. BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager A. I A- I ? . 4 .1 A . 1 Ihcaterrullar kno time to "his interests in Hlfiv ill ii urn i i s, anu inic vi'mdi.m a . . . w uiav be found feedinvt side by side '-oeping a sharp lookout for their enemies; but when a caterpilla isclf le while banking, development work and other af eir bird fars-V ft is to be hoped that included t- ia itr in 'development work" is the application r ifi u.v . . , , ...... . t "e for "l some oi uix nine anil uiuiiij in iinr lur i nut ther industrial development of Vermont He is the type of leader ' to make dreams come true. mov he scarcely dares to If ...... .iw.siA f Ilia muiiianicm i a rnr. ven a six-hundredth part of an inch He .w the type of leader we must have fear of attracting attention. During your best years is the time to make sure of your family's future and of an income for V. yourself if illness or accident prevents your earning your living. N. A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro,4 - Vermont Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. Hartford SAVE YOUR TREES Trunin?, Bolting. Cavity Work J. J. LYONS Do$ 313, Brattleboro, Vt. v .