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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1921.
3 f. " i ,1k "3 GET $224,000 IN " CHICAGO BANK Nervy WALTER SCAN LAX as the Fisherman in "Irish Eyes," com ing to the Auditorium Thursday. Sept, 1, from Plymouth Theatre. Host on. Quartet Hold l"p Safe Deposit Vaults rick Best Roxcs from List. CHICAGO, Aug. :'.(. Robbers who I Sunday night looted 1! deposit boxes in tlie Security Trust & Deposit company s vaults in the Masonic temple, obtained .S4.(MM). officials cf the company an nounced yesterday. The loss is cpvered by insurance . : The bandits, four in mindier. bouitd tlie outer and inner guards- of 4 he vaults, which remain open 24 hours a day; aftd proceed wl to, work by a list which appar ently carried the numbers of selected j boxes, leading police to believe the rob j bery was an "inside job." j Tlie four bandits were well dressed and ! posed as customers until they were inside. They were in the building more than an hour and were fired on-when leaving, but escaped unhurt. Morris Lipschultz. a newsboy, reported to the jwdice he lost i?ll,:(0 in cash and jewelry valued at J!UK) . ' ' - Cory's Market 1 South Main St. 2 pounds Tripe 25 Best Chuck 15 lb. Round Steak 35 lb. Corned Beef 10 lb. Hamburg Steak 20 lb. Fowl . . . 45 lb. Chickens 50 lb. WHERE YOU GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY bur A doctor find3 out vour trou ble. It is the' prescription that llWlili cures you. ,- If the prescription isn t com pounded exactly a.3 the doctor prescribes, if the injredients are not of the right quality, the medicine is not what the doctor ordered. Ydu. are taking something else! That's why you cari't be too careful about the matter of your prescription filling. First, the druggist must have every ingredient that the prescription calls for and just the kind and quality the prescription calb for. TKen he must mix them in just the quantity and in just the order the prescription demands. If there's one faulty step in the filling of a prescription Ihere's liable to be dangerous results. Prescription-filling is the most important function of a drug store. Look to the men behind the prescription counter not at the front of a drug store if you want to judge of its reliability as a drug store. We emphasize this matter of prescription-filling because we take particular pride in the service we render in this respect, reel sale bring your prescriptions to us. - Brattleboro Drug Company .Father, Dear Father, Come Home With Me Now Mother is waiting for you to1 take her to see the big American Legion Carnival in Brattle boro on Labor Day, September 5. A day of fun and frolic. CLAIM JOKER IN :' GERMAN TREATY Alleged That Door to Mem bership In League of Na tions Is Open NO AMENDMENTS NOW POSSIBLE Administration Insists Treaty He Rati fied Without Clianges Thought Presi dent Can Commit U. S. to League Without Reference or Consent of Senate By DAVID LAWRKXCE. (Special Despatch to The Reformer.) Copyright 15)21. WASHINGTON", Au- G. Is there a joker in the Hughes-Knox treaty jut ficned between the United States and Germany;? The Question is bein asked ly many who have closely stud ied the text of the document and dis covered that the United States has not closed the door to possible membership in the league of nations after all and that at any moment the executive branch of our government can consent to be bound by the covenant without the consent of the senate or congress. The joker is contained in article two of the new treaty which contains per missive clauses so broadly phrased as to permit a president or secretary ot state to briii- the United States into the league without even referring the n atter to congress. The senate once be fore foresaw such a possibility and in Uk original Lodge reservations to the. Versailles pact, the senate "irreconcil- aliles" used language prohibited tlif any JOHNNY'S IDEA - ' ! I DMJOY! WHAT MIE HID SOME MOMEY. ) t ) YOU LOOKING UNDEBM.L NO NOW I'M LOOK! KG ; 7 (, THE FURNITURE FO? I V FO IT I! U . 1 a '" ' 1 - 1 ; ; . ... lie I while waiting for it to pass over,' vai led to compose the hymn. Tlie great pilrimajte to the roek was oi-Aailifed under the auspievs of the Church of Knjrland but. a Salvation Armv band also took part. The lO.oOO iK'opie present, some of whom were perched on juttimi rocks on the side or the fioie, took part in the sincin- of the hymn. It was also decided that a memorial to Toplady should Ik- placed on the' rock. SETTER DOG SAVES ' INJURED MASTER . it i executive irom assuinift- otiliations umier the lea-ue cove nant without the "express consent of eongress.' I lyxlSe reservations alsoof hii st.ttt.r 8aVed the French AI piuniuiie.i unv .vinrinuii nu-,i ',' i pinist. Morel, from certain death, when ever serving the league and forebade ' i;,k- j,,,.,,,!;,,,. -;, 'j ,mm. ... - Alpine Climber Falls anil lirealss liotii Legs Iog Hears Message for Help (J F.N EVA. Ami. .10. The intelligence of his setter ilog FIRST NATIONAL RADIO SH0W PLAN Large Exhibition of Manu factures Opens in Chi cago Tomorrow WIRELESS MEN SHOW APPARATUS .American participat nn in any commis sion of the leajjue without tlie consent of -congress. 1 he opponents of the Lodge reservations insisted that such a viewpoint was inconsistent with the constitution which t;ives the executive broad powers to deal itn foreign gov ernments but in the heat if the contro versy the objections went unheeded. The Suspected Paragraphs. Now, however, when me final word is bo ins? said alout our treaty relations with Germauy, no prohibition against fj'ture membership in the league or any of its coinviissions is made. The two important parauraphs of the new treaty boarin- on this point read as follows: "I hat the United Mates shall not 1k bound by the provisions of part one of 1..., i .... ..f V... !......... provisions of that treaty which relate to the covenant of the league of na tions, nor shall the L'nlted States lo hound by any action taken by the league of nations or by the council or by the assembly thereof unless the United States shall expressly give its assent to such action. , "That while the United States is privileged to participate in tlie repara tion commission, according to the terms of part ei,rht of that treaty, and in any o htr commission established under the treaty (of Versailles) or any agreement supplemental thereto, the United States :s not Iwuind to participate in any such cum mission unless it shall elect to do iO. ' The above provisions make it clear hat the United States !sti "t '"bound " by the covenant unless it dives it con sent. The council of the league of na tions operates anywav under rules iiuiriug unanimous agreement so Amer ica could not be bound anvwav unless she gave her consent. Hut the phrase unless the United States shall ex-l-ressly jiivo- its consent to such action" significantly omits reference to con--n ss as was insisted uiion so specifi cally in the Lodge reservations. And the words 4 United States'' have always been interpreted to moan the president .r secretary of state unless a treaty were being negotiated. Can Enter When Desirable. The signatures of tne original Ver sailles pact designated the United States as a charter member of the council of the league of nations. Tlie chair has remained vacant. America can send her official or unofficial repre sentative to attend council meetings any time she wishes to do so. The sen ate could interpose no objection for after all the powers of the executive to tomniit the United States to the use of military or naval forces are limited by the constitution, (in the other hand in iew of the delicate situation in the United States senate today as between oro-leaguers and anti-leaguers President Harding, and Secretary Hughes will studiously avoid the league of nations and its council or assembly. Hut when the fever of the controversy dies down and perhaps a future Democratic or Republican administration finds it val uable for an American representative to sit in the council or assemblv and 'eak the - viewpoint of the United States, there is nothing in the TTuahes Knox treaty whith prohibits such a course teing taken or which -tires asking eonqress about it. Either the ''irreroncilahles" missed a 1 point or Secretary Hushes, with a long look ahead, outwitted the anti-leagtiers. It is too late for the foes of the lea sue to ntk for amendments to the ITuahes Knox treat.- for this administration. t ke its predecessor, intends to insist that . the document be accepted as signed by the exerutirp- branch of the tain. 4.S. teet. fell trom a precipice I leaking both legs. The dog found its way down the vrocipiee to his master who. unable to "move, wrote a mesa;;e to his wife in ( roisette village and tied it to the dog's collar, telling him to go home. Six hours later help arrived and Morel was carried down the mountain to the village where a doctor was awaiting him. The dor conducted the rescue party up and down tlie mountain. OLD HOMESTEAD ACTOR IS SUICIDE Fa C. A. Ilvlamt. Former Member of moils (Juartet. Shoots Himself at Kecne. KEENE. X. II.. Aug. ."A Clinton A. 1 1 viand, former member of the quartet in the late len:nan Thompson's Ilomeftead" company, committed suicide last nis;!it,- t hooting himself in the head as lif lav in hed. - Friends said that he had been despondent sMiie t inw rveri'fnil-1' ing health. He was ."H years old. H.vlam! v with Thompson for several seasons and left the stage almut 11 years ago. DEATH OF II. P. McCI.AKV. Hank President of Windsor Sarins Passes Away Suddenly. WINDSOR. Aug. :). Horace P. Mc Ularv. 74. died suddenlv yesterday. Mr. MH'lary had lived in WimNor years inn! was president of the Windsor Snv- re"iinK' hank at the time of his death. He jals conducted a shop for the making of glazier jwdnts and drivers. I Attorneys connected with a chancery 'suit in fnvor of (Jay Hubbard, in which Air. Met lary was the opposing party, were in the Hubbard & Met 'lary (Hazier Point shop making an examination of the machine involved in the suit. Air. MeClary. who was with his two sons, had objected to the examination. Without warning he collapsed and died of heart failure before a physician could be summoned. He had represented Windsor in the Ver mont legislature for two terms and was nn authority on hanking matters. lie was born in Albany. Eight children sur vive him. President Harding's Voice to le Hroail tasted by Wireless Telephone Clnen to Exhibit liadio tout rolled Automobile anil Other Outfits. CIllCAliO, 111., Aug. HO. The Na tional Itadio show, the first of its kind ever held in this country, will open here tomorrow, with manufacturers from all over the country represented, amid the plaudits of the many wireless men whom the show has drawn to Chicago. The radio show, besides containing the exhibits of hundreds of manufacturers of radio apparatus, will also show the various developments of w-reless com munication since the day when Marconi Hashed his famous message across the Atlantic. Ancient sets of l."t and "' years ago. with their coherers and detec tor crystals, will be displayed alongside of tin- very latest in radio construction, instruments capable of sending and re ceiving me.-sages half way round the glole. , Seated ill his chair in the White House nt - Washington. President Harding v. ill talk over a !:tt-,1 wire- in-the naval sta tion a few miles distant, where his voice will be broadcasted by wireless telephone. The message will be picked up at the radio show. whre it will be amplified and scattered thrniuh the hall by loud speakers. Other prominent cfficials in Washington will aNo be heard by this met hod. The entire wireless exhibit used by the (In at Lakes Naval Training station at the Pageant of Progress held here has been installed, and will be operated. Fort Sheridan has sent down a rival exhibit. H. h (I la ven. inventor of the ra'dio controlleil automobile, will have his ma chine in working order during the show, demonstrating the method of wirc!r Pure Spices IT WILL SOON BE PICKLING TIME We can supply your needs for spices, including mustard seed, turmeric, peppers, ginger, root, allspice, cloves, Cin namon bark, celery! seed,. caraway seed, cassia buds," bay leaves, alum, etc. ' Wilfred F. Root & Son Pharmacists The Store With the Stock Read The Reformer Advertisements Today HEAVY FIXES FOLLOW FIGHT. Tatro Pays $.-?0O and Costs for Possess ing Liquor and .larvis !.() for Fight. ST. ALP.AXS. Aug. HO The argu ment which started on train Xo. !!( from Montreal Friday evening had its seipiel in city court yesterday morning when Henry Tatro, one of the two men ar retted, was arraigned before Judge Xa th.m M. Post, charged with jxissessing intoxicating liquor. He pleaded guilty and was fined .S.'MH) and costs, which he arranged to pay. Joseph Jarvis, who from his appear ance when tak"n from the train was the leser in the fisht. was before the court Charged with intoxication and with cre ating a disturbance on a passenger train. He pleaded guilty and paid a fine and costs amounting to $10.!O. Oliver J. Turner, charged with being intoxicated in Swanton. entered a plea of nolo con tend re and was released from custody after puyiug court costs. BROOKS HOUSE G. E. Sherman Manager TWO NEGROES AI.E HELD. Assault " o, j.,n:.. ((.-. m-aiing yesterday l "1 lUPlllll! Ill Jl I . liflr n- ition will be a difficult enough task in 4 1. . . T1 1 . i . .a i ne lincnPTa" witnoiit opening tlie newi t'catv to amendments. The friends of the mastic are not been closed on of the United States in the lencrue of nations. , I'r.der $15,000 Bond for Alleged on'Wliitft Girl. r.AUXSTAPLE. Mass.. Aug. SO. A of charges of assault rtpnn 'a -'young white woman and the rob bing of Her escort preferred against John inez ami iipnianun tiomez resulted in sntuLl tL 'SM ! the holding of the two Cape Verde Island ROCK of "ROCK OF AGES" VISITED eaeh re lieve: on Oct.' TO. In 'ilefaujt of bonds of )?i.".(MM) which,-were continued, they were ma tided to jail. Joseph Andrews, a minor, thcthird member of the trio win were threatened with lynching by a mob here recently, wid be given a hearing in the juvenile court on Sept. f. . IH'LLAIU) GETS APPOINTMENT. Church of England Honors Composer of Famous Hymn To Erect Memorial TH'RUIXGTOX COM M BE, SOMER SET, Eng., Aug. .TO. The rock visual ized by Augustus Toplady when he was inspired to comjiose the hymn. Hock of Ages, stands just outside this village and a great demonstration to perpetu ate his memory was held there on the 'Angufet t ank holiday. Toiilady is said to have taken rcfii'-w ' Governor Hartals riiflSu- i appointed at tlie rock from a severe storm ; whichLl wrence RuIlariFiif ' Windsor, present was' swccom-i over the itore - on tl.e :roin that town, to Till tli vaeaucf edge of which the rock stauds, and, member of the. hoilie of representatives Nr. mod by Governor to Investigate Kradi oatton of liovine.TuherrulosIs. MOXTPELIER. Anz. HO (J pernor Ilnrtness lins received from Luther I. Johnson of I'andolph a communication in which" the latter states that he is unable to serve on the commission recently ap itr'nted to ludy methods, for combating i bo.'ine tuberculosis. Hall & Farwell Special Hot Lunch Served Daily, 50 Try Our Hot Coffee, Salads and ' Sandwiches. 1 Iec Cream Sod;i Candy Prescri Bring Your piioiis Here If you want them filled with the pure and freshest drags, and with the creates care and accuracy filled precisely a your physician order them filled. ti pr duce the exact effect he desires. We are proud of the record we havt made In our prescription department And yet we fill prescriptions at very rea sonable prices, and fill them quickly, too C. F. Thomas, Pli. G. control used on the battleship during the recent airplane bombing tests. Special wireless telephone" transmitting outfits have been set up. and music and speeches will be sent out nightly. An airplane will be equipped with instruments and the pilot directed in his evolutions by radio. Riht Giving. He gives not best that gives most; but be gives most who gives best. If then I cannot give bountifully, yet I will give -freely; und what I want in 'my hand, supply by nly heart, ne gives well that gives willingly. Ar thur Warwick. Ladies, Make Your Own Hair Tonic A- whole pint of delightful hair tonic, delicately perfumed, can be made at a cost of only 23 cents. Simply buy 23 cents worth of Septolac (full strength) and dissolve it in a pint of water. Sep tuh.c is a specially prepared compound that promotes, hair growth, kills dandruff and keeps fhe: hair and scalp in a healthy condition: You can get it from the P.rattleboro Drug Co., , or by mail direct from the manufacturers. Arrow Chemical Company, :il Union Square, No w Yo r k . Ad ve r t is-em tfiit . 1 . LljSiLlIlEli3Li dill DiUlllCIb VU. Morning Wednesday Specials in FOOTWEAR Our Store Closes Wednesdays at 12.30 P. M. Shop Early in the Day and Save Women's Oxfords Lot of Women's First Grade Oxfords and Ties. Discontinued lines. Broken sizes values up to $7.00, Wednesday Morning. Price Excellent lilfHtl-"lilH- .MK.N S V.OIUv SIIt)i;s, tan grain leathers, army lasts. gQ AQ Heavy soles. AH sizes. Wednesday .Morning Price O MKN'K DKKSS SHOES, black calf leather, smart English last, wilt sole. Remarkable value. Nearly all sizes anil Of) fh PJ tpO.'ai widths. Wednesday Morning Price . MEN'S OXFOKDS. remaining lot left from season. Mostly small sizes. Every pair a bargain, QQ QlQ Wednesday Morning Price 4mJ& .MEN'S WOKK SHOES, army last, black and tan. I nlined. Com fortable. AH sizes. Heavy soles, AQ Wednesday Morning Price ?2f C) MEN'S WOUK SHOES, odd lot. Sample pairs. Only few left. Wednesday Morning I 'rice $1.98 MEN'S TENNIS OXFORDS, brown and black canvas. RIack rubber soles. Wednesday Morning Price 99c ROYS' SCHOOL SHOES, black calf leather, narrow and broad toes. All sizes 2ij to i. QC AO Wednesday Morning Price tJJ0 LITTEEMEN'S SCHOOE SHOES. Mark calf leather, broad toes. Sizes 9 to 131$. OA J 1J Wednesday Morning Price t?AdTX i WOMEN'S OXFORDS, odd lot, mostly samples. Good value. Variety of styles, OQ Wednesday Momiifg I'rice fMmtjO WOMEN'S OXFORDS, odd lot, mostly size 7 left. Welt sole. Good valu-. 0 ( edncsday Morning Price t?A.mi WOMEN'S WHITE SHOES, plenty of larire sizes. White canvas. Excellent value. 00 Wednesimy Morning I'rice WOMEN'S OXFORDS, all small sizes, fine values for young ladies. Welt soles, O 0 if Wednesday Morning I'rice ;..Jv CHILDREN'S WHITE SLIPPERS, odd lot, slightly soiled, white canvas. Rroken sizes, .O Wednesday Morning Price Atv INFANTS' SHOES, first step style, no heel, leather sole. Fancy tops. Mostly sample pairs. QQdf Wednesday Morning Price ..ttw CHILDREN'S WHITE SANDALS, instep strap, white canvas, white rubber soles. leather innersoles. Sizes 5 to 104, Wednesday Morning Price vwv INFANTS' WHITE CANVAS SHOES, high tops, lace and button. Snrin?; heel. Sizes .. to 8. QQo Wednesday Morning Price Women's White Canvas Shoes Odd Lot, Good Quality Canvas Shoes, dressy styles, welt soles. Badly soiled. Broken sizes. Big value, 7Q Wednesday Morning Price Many small, odd lots too numerous to mention in above space are displayed in our Women's and Men's ' Department, marked at extremely low prices to close out. SHOP EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING The Family Shoe Store Dunham Brothers Co.