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.THE BIRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. MOXD.YY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cenis a line' first insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent insertion. ' Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED WANTED-Washings to do. St. 113 High 1G2-1U7 FOR SALE FOR SALE Dry wood. Terlej Plante. Tel. 53-11. : 7-tf FOR SALE 23 squares of good slate. w-TPn Sfihafrirl. Good wanes. tj, rtphm, Iinkhnr Co.. Tel. 17SMY. 15'.Kf .Tel. 017-M. v-ririvYf mire r-no eirls in our FOR SALE Cotton flour sacks 25 for toy department. 130-t "WANTED Job cutting logs, cord wood or ties. liox 132, -Manchester .. 102-1.- WANTED Good strong woman assis tant iff the kitchen.- English Tea H;"sc; - lul-tt FOR SALE 10 watches, after Oct. 1st. C. L- Howe. WilV close 'i(i3-tf FOR SALE Extra nie lot of ouions. John W. Hamilton, Tel. 7S-23. lt-tf FOR SALE Furniture and ianf5.es, new and second-band, at J. B. Duntoie". FOR SALE- A eounle of two-tenement WANTED Good, medium, neavj, U1nses 01i Mvrtle street. C. 15. Crowell. horse truck. Ilolden & Martin Lumber. 4(Mf Co. 105-tf WANTED fainting and paper hang- ., at r.Oe. an hour. L. U. ClarK, Tel. G04-M. 158-tf FOR SALE Saddle in first-class con dition. I. E. McElhinny. Telephone 7."1. 1.'.-1(7 FOR SALE One work horse, harness WANTED Job for cutting logs or. d wagon Address Box 53, Reformer cord wood. Address I O. Box 120. BraNg 157.tf tleboro. Vt. iL I FOR SALE Young canary birds, good WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25c. a pound live weight. Send card, M. Black, Box j .utt Vt 2S3, Brattleboro: WANTED By first-class mason, chim singers. Mrs. Geo. II. Johnson, R. F. D. 100-10.V FOR SALE Dry hard wood, in chunks or split. E. R. Thomas, West U rattle ney. plastering, and stone work. 15. IM Tel. 14-3. 141-tf I,Janiaica,Vt, 1W-1C. I f. 7 r WANTEJ Woman to clean house btishcl : 10 rods from E. Putney Depot, the hour. Apply at once to Mrs. II. r.. v y xil:t noliura. lt'5 T, -tOT M n i n S5t l(.-tri I WANTED Woman to help with iron ing. Clean, pleasant, steady work. Cus tom Laundry, Tel. 222. 101-tf W VNTED At sonce, ? or 4 furnished rooms for light liousekeeping by two adults. P. OBox 5!5. lOo-tf WANTED One or two rooms, fur nished or unfurnished for light house keeping. I0. Box 534. 101-100 ""WANTEIVTo buy a good hardwood timber lot Brattleboro Reformer, FOR SALE Modern two-apartment house on one of Brattleboro'a best streets. Box 1G. Reformer Office. 92-tf FOR SALE The Moore cottage on Ames Hill. Address John D. Barrows, Barber Bldg., Brattleboro, Vt. 163-108 FOR SALE Guernsey cow, giving milk a month, !) years old. will sell cheap. Inquire 04 Belmont Ave., Tel. 73-Y. 150-tf Wis "3 FLASHLIGHTS Dig out your old case and have a fresh Eveready bat tery put in it and make sure that you get an Ever eady. There are many kinds of flashlight batteries on the market most of "em have good ''selling" features but a fresh Eveready bat tery is there when it comes to actual service. v for all flashlights. batteries CHAS. F. FaiAF S3 Main TEL. 38 33 Main Antostrop Stfety Rarors 30-Uay Free Trial. FOR SALE Five dozen Ball and r El lo Duy a goou uaruUluiLilitniTlg frujt j;irs pin,s ln,iuire ilftPI t within- teaming distance of - m j, o American B.ldg. ro depot. Address "C. C' care jiui-UW . - , 102-H4 . ' : I V Uf SJAT.Ts Fivp-niir-p fli:inihr suit WANTED Housework position for a;spi.jnK ,nartress. new. S20. Two rugs, mother with one cliild. Appiy ermom. ix12, S. each. Call at 20 (.)rgan St. Children's Aid 'Phone 505. Society, Bellows Falb 102-107 165-170 FOR SALE We are now ready to de- WANT to hear from owner having farm: liver a nice lot of strictlv drv slab wood. for sale ; give particulars and lowest price. (Also mixed four foot wood. Ilolden & John J. Black, Vermont St.. Chippewa i Martin Lumber Co. 15S-tf Falls. Wia. , 1 59-1 6 1-1 70 j tjrk'TvvnrA touring car." starter. WANTED Cider apples, delivered ar detachable rims, new tires, extra tire and the depot lSrattlcboro, Vt.. Sept. 17 and rim, price $275. delivery Sept. 15. J. S. 19, 1921; 50 cents per 100 lbs. F. L- Nollen, R. F. P. 5. Bratt'lolioro. 161-100 )Vt'lI"n. lfi.t-l.0j FOU SALE Bay horse, 12 years old. WANTED Good home for 10-year-old .Good worker and fair driver. Weighs girl where she can earn her way through J l, 2(H) pounds." Must 1 sold at once. Ad high school. Apply Vermont Children's dress Box 339, Hinsdale. N. II. 104-166 Aid Society, Bellows Falls, Vt. 102-107 1 -pTJiTsULEFonr-woeks-old t 4. WANTED A man who has a horse ensilage cutter and blower mounted on trucks, to be purchased at vour own price. G. J. Perkins & Son. Tel. 9 22. 150-tf and waeon or car. that can furnish a per sonal bondfor $500. For full particulars write P. O. Box 205, Rutland. Vt 135-tf POSITION WANTED by young lady outside of school hours either in store or orivate home, experienced. Call, write or 'phone Brattleboro Business Institute TO RENT Wr ANTED Any person who has tired, aching, burning, itching feet to use Snow Drop Salve, 25c, works wonders. For eale at CF. Thomas's and W. F. Root's Pharmacies. , - 129-108 TO RENT Furnished 164-tf South Main St. TORRENT Furnished room at 22 102-101 TO RENT Room, furnished or un furnished. S Retting Place. 165-167 TO UT?XTTtfir rlinnfn tn trnt n f,7ir. "AAiwi xoung man, age -a, ams roon, tenement all furnished OB Green St.. to get joU-in a countytstore with chance a gooU one Tel. 617-M. 159-tf to learn The business No experience bwtf Walker Place. Brattleboro. room at 165-170 willing to work hard for small pay to Ftart. Address P. C. II., 238 South St., Bennington, Vt. . 101-105 SPECIAL NOTICES TABLE BOARD at 117 Main Street. 1G3JGS CHAIRS TO CANE. G. W. Hudson. 4 Spring St.. Town. 100-171 LIGHT TRI CKING and jobbing by automobile. Teh 033-M. Shaw's Garage. : ii2 tf LOST. LOST Tiger and white cat, answers to name of Whitey. Reward for informa tion. Tel. 3N2-R. 165-166 LOST Between Main and Green St: browh Maribou neckpiece. Reward if re turned to Reformer office. 165 LOST A small, imitation leather case containing auto operator's license and oilier papers. Address "Y," Reform er ofti-e. 165-107 HANDY; MAN .would like any of work. ' Willing and reliable. 1018-R. 165-170 L 1ST Tbr kind . whew betw . v. ei. edne-oay j. Reformer t ee L:vs on a chain, some- r,i-, y St. anl .Main St.. l. :-'i i Kr please leave at 165-1G6 CHIROPODIST Elizabeth P. Bailey, 208 Barber Bldg. 9 to 122 to 5. 'Phone 00GAV.j 1-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions br on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf " JOHNSON'S BOOKSTORE of Spring field, Mass., has an opening in the book section for a - live person, bookishly in clined. State experience and give refer ences. 160-170 WATER LOCATED Why do you go without water "when I can find it for you and tell you the depth to dig? All work guaranteed. Geo" C Harris, West Brat- tleboro,Vt. - 10rlf ALL WO?)LTvNITTING YARN for ale, direct from manufacturer, at 95c. ' $1;45 and 1.70 a pound. Postage paid on $3' orders. Write for samples. II. A. Bartlett, Harmony, Me. 162-188 MAGA7JYeSATL( ) WEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you want for the coming year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love. Magazine Specialist, South New fane. Vt. Ltf NOTICE! BOTTLED MILK 10c. Beginning Monday. Sept. 5, our price for bottled milk will be 10c per qt. This milk is from our own dairy of tuberculin tested cows and is delivered fresh every morning with5 Ford truck. 'Phone 9-22 and we will call. G. J. Perkins & Son. ! ; iuf ANNOUNCEMENT I have taken the agency for the NuBone corset and will gladly call. with samples. The Nu Bone stay is unbreakable, non-rnstable and will not work through the corset. Models to tit;, all-' figures. I have also takeu the agency for the World Star ho siery and Kleaa Knit underwear the kind that wears. "Mrs. S. I. Thomas. I Putney, t. 165-167 SEITEMBER IS HERE Just a-few more: weeks, a nd the frosty winds of win ter ,awll L 4-liiUini;-oii through. IV pre pared to resist them by sending or bring ing in your fnrs sit once for repair and remodeling- We "repair,, .remodel, and make all kiuds .of fur. garments, also tan andndke up fifrsfrom skins-yon fur nish. R, L. Bordeaux, Furrier anj Tax idefmist. 32 Central Square, Keeue N. II. -- - 103-tf WANTED Boy Over 16 Brattleboro Baking Co. WANTED Boys for Sunday Route Brattleboro News Company RUTH A. BALDWIN Public Stenographer TYPING of all kinds Room 27 American Eld. Office 411 Res. 764-M DON'T FORGET That I Ilaye s 7-Passenser Auto for Hire WALTER M. BOBBINS Telenhone 209-W. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop 1 FIRE and LIFE Insurance Strong, Reliable Companies !anforil""A:. Daniels h&f BlScl" cBrattleboro Life insurance lifts mortgages, educates orphans, provides widows with living incomes, and saves old men from being dependent. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co., Vt. (Mu tual.) ' F. C. DINES, Special Agent Brattleboro. Vt. G. W. CUSHMAN 127 Main St., Ground Floor Tel. 239 Buy, sell or exchange Old gold, sil ver, watches, diamonds guns, sporting goous, tools, talking machines and rec ords, antiques, field glasses, musical in struments, books Tools sharpened, as knives, scissors, saws. etc. - . PIANO TUNING EDWARD F. LEITZINC.ER 'Phone house after 6 p. m.', or Barber Music Store . ' t CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR i 159 Main Street : . mm Cad A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER JLady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 834-R COME IN AND HEAR THE New Improved Stewart Phonograph rLAYS ANY RECORD H. M. Wood Sport ins C5 Main St. fioods Tel. 70S-M "In spite of Mrs. Holmes" Send for a free copy of this story if you are considering insurance protection for your family and an income for yourself if disabled by sickness or accident. N.A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro, - Vermont Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. Hartford FOR SALE Modern 12-Room House Can be one- or two-tenement, just as owner wants. Large garden, extra lot. Nice barn or garage, just as you need it for. Must be sold as business requires a change. Price reasonable Inquire 3 Lo cust Street, or Telephone 732-W, Brattleboro, Vt. "I will tell you what to do if your feet trouble you" DR. F. I. WILDER Maker of Featherweight Arch Supports Made to Individual Impression. (Process Patented) Room 12, L'llery Dldg., Era t tleboro Hours 9 to 12 n. m., 2 to 5 p. m. And by appointment. FOR SALE Buick Coupe A splendid . car in first-class condition. Address Coupe Reformer Office. . NOTICE Public Auto Service - Day or Night New Cleveland Six TeL S6-W. L. I. SNOW or Tel.. 67.1 Nights and Sundays Offiec 35 Main St. frank: a. snow Violin Teacher Call Tel. 676 -M 10 Putney Road CHESS COMES EASY TO HIM Youthful Prodigy Declares There Is Nothing Wonderful 'About His Mastership of Game. Chess la the easiest game In the world to me. During the long dull days of the war my father used to play all the time with his friends. At first I did not understand t what the chessmen were for, and wondered why father would sit for hours and gaze nt the board with its funny-looking pieces. One day when I did not want to go out and play I watched him play his game. I became inter ested. I bothered my father so with questions that he chased me out of the game as soon as he was through with his friend. I waited eagerly for him to get through. lie played a practice game with me, and I under stood every more after that. The next game we played, I beat my father, who is a very good chess player. There is nothing wonderful about my way of playing the game. My secre tary, Mr. Azenberg, says that it comes from reincarnation. A baby is born with god brains, and they ex plain it that way. They say that his ancestors or some spirits have given this power to him because so much ability in one person must have taken it long time to develop. When I play chess I can plan my moves six or sev en moves ahead, and most playors can only go three moves ahead of the game. I can't help it at all. I was horn that way. I like to play with poor players. At West Point, where I beat 19 games and drew one, there were only nine good players; the oth ers had no business trying to play me at all. I have played lots of jfine players In chess. During the war I beat the tJerman governor at Warsaw, and he was an old man and a fine player. Then I drew a game with Rubensteln, the Russian champion, and also drew 'with Griffin in a blindfolded game in England. I have not played Lasker jet. but one of the 21 I beat in Paris f-ays he drew a game with Lasker, and another said he beat Capablanca. In America, my hardest game so far has been with Colonel Fiebeger, sixty-two years old, at West Point. Samuel Rzeszewskl In Leslie's. SEE SUICIDE NATIONAL PERIL Influential Japanese Newspapers Exalt Christian Idea as to the Sacred ness of Life. Suicide, which has always been prevalent in Japan, Is, according to the Japanese press, even more rife than ever since the financial crisis In 1ho Land of the Rising Sun, says the Literary Digest in a recent Issue. The Osaka Mainichl, which sees peril to the nation In the prevalence of self slaughter, acknowledges the excel lences of the Christian view that sui cide, instead of being merely an apol ozy for failure, is a crime. Many sui cides In Japan are due to the fact that the Japanese have "less attachment to life than foreigners," and also to the traditions of feudal times when they belittled life. The Osaka Mainichl says further; "Death much more suicide means evasion of responslblity . . . and the notion that those who commit sui cide have the keenest sense of respon sibility is wrong. Suicide Is the em bodiment of egoism and Irresponsibili ty. One of the strong points of the Christian people Is their conviction that to kill one's self is as criminal as to kill others." . Remarkable Photographic Feat Conspicuous among a number of re markable scenes In a three-reel motion-picture film recently taken of an Ohio steel mill In operation, Is one that actually shows the boiling of molten metal In an open-hearth fur nace heated to 3,000 degrees Fahren heit. The photographic feat of suc cessfully registering this action In de tail on the film Is particularly Inter esting, because the subject is one that a human eye can not gaze upon un protected, says Popular Mechanics Magazine. Furthermore, the extreme I at of the furnace cast some doubt on the safety of the camera, with Its charge of celluloid ribbon, and wh'le the exposure was made, two men stood ready to hurl the operator to a cooler place If anything happened. Potato Flour Mixed With Wheat A fifty-fifty mixture of wheat flour from the United States and potato Hour of domestic make has been or dered by the Netherlands government for its people with the hope of keeping down the price of bread. Unless some thing Is done to keep down the price of imported wheat it will soon be out of the reach of the populace, says the Chicago Journal. Potato starch was used a great deal during the war for th purpose of piecing out the wheat flour supply, and it was not generally acceptable to the people, but potato flour will not be open to the same criticism, and it Is anticipated will prove more palatable. No Respecter of Persons. Law enforcement Is no respecter of persons, as,' a young woman stenog rapher In the office of Charles J. Or liison. federal prohibition director, can testify. This young woman ordered some v.-lne of pepsin from her druggist. The druggist considered the order and her record on previous orders. "Young woman." he said. .T cannot sell you uny wine oi pepsin. Yon are using too. .Tttuch. We 'erej tinder" strict orders from the proBThftiott director to watch carefully our" sales on wine of pep sin." Indianapolis News. Lovell & Telf er Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store B. & S. Toolmakers' Calipers and Dividers Quick adjustment Positive in action Dependable tool; of ull kinds. Paints, Varnishes, Stains Steel Wool for removing old paint and cleaning kitchenware Brushes for dairy work. Iiutcher, Bread and Kitchen Knives. LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STREET SATISFACTORY SERVICE F)LICE RECOVER THOUSANDS IN LOOT F. W. Tuna of Rrooklinc Had Conlealcd ireat Quantities of Plunder About the City. RONTON, Nipt. 12. Thousands of dollars worth of jewelry, clothing, Miortnitr kooUs and articles ot every conceivable description, aliened to have beeu stolen from apaitnieuts and base niont storerooms in Urookline, Cam bridge and several other sections of (Jreater I'.oston, have been recovered by th' itrookline police. The recovery of the projierty. the storage of which taxes the capacity of one of the detention rooms at the l'.iookliue police station, is the result of the arrest Suudav. Sept. 4, of Fred erick W. Tuna, alias tharlcs William Warntr, alias Fred Leonard, 'by patrol man Kierau F. McMarius ot the brook line police. ' Tuna is now in the Dedham jail, where he was committed in default of s.l.MHt, following his arraignment in the Urookline municipal court on a charge (if breaking and enteriiiji the apartment of Dr. Joseph F. Fallon, 4!; IJoylston strei't, Sept. 4. His case comes up on a continuance in the Urookline court a week from today. The police came into possession of I art of the property Saturday, but yes terday they had a windfall, the search of several of Tuna's alleged caches be in successful far beyond the most san guine expertat ions. The police have lines on several other places of con cealment which they expect will yield bi: returns. Hie storage places of stolen valuables are. Ixdrm opened up so rapidly- that Lieut. Oeorire K. Stitt aud special otli- cers .lohn Donovan anil Allen iison are kept busy, making the recoveries. In addition to the large amount of property now in possession of the Urookline police, and the several ave nues which they think will lead to the recovery of more valuables, they have two dozen pawn tickets which they will not cot to work on until today. These ticket, it is confidently expected, will ijreatlv ii. crease the value cf property already recovered. A BIRTHDAY BEQUEATHED. Robert Ixniis Stevenson's Letter to Miss Ide Recalled. The recent death in Vermont of Henry C. Ide, former chief justice of Namoaj calls to mind a charming letter written to him by Robert lxmis Stev enson, in which the writer beoueathed a birthday to his daughter Annie. The letter reads thus: Vailima, June 10, 1S91. Dear Mr. Ide: Herewith please find the DOCUMENT wnicli I trust will prove sulhcieut 111 law. It seems to me very attractive in its eclecticism: Scots, English and Ro man law phrases are all indifferent ly introduccd, and a quotation from the works ()f Hjiynes Bailey, can hardly fail to attract the indulgence of the bench. Yours very trulv, r.OI'.EUT LOUIS" STEVENSON. SUBSCRIBE . FOB THE REF0KMEK. I, Robert Louis. Stevenson, advocate of the Scots bar, author of The Master of Uallantrae and Moral Emblems, stuck civil engineer, sole owner and pat entee of the palace and plantation known as Vailima in the Island of Up (do, Samoa, a British subject, being in xound mind and pretty well, 1 thank you, in body: lu consideration that Miss Annie 11. Ide, daughter of IT. C. Ide, in the town of St. Johnshury, Vt., United States' of America, was born, out of all reason, upon Christmas day, and is therefore out of all justice denied the consola tion and protit of a proper birthday; And considering that 1, the said Rob ert Ixniis Stevenson, have attained an age when O, we never mention it, and that I have now no further use for a birthday of am- description; And in consideration that I have met IT. C. Ide, the father of the said Annie II. Ide, and found him about as white a land commissioner as I require: Have transferred and do hereby trans fer to the said Annie II. Ide all and whole my rights and privileges in the thirteenth day of November, formerly my birthday, now, hereby and hence forth, the birthday of the said Annie H. Ide, to have, hold, exercise, and enjoy the same in the customary manner, by tlie sporting .of tine raiment, eating of rich meats, and receipt of. gifts, com pliments and copies -of verse, according to the manner" of our ancestors; j And I direct the said Annie II. Ide to add to the said name of Annie II. Ide! the name of Louisa at least in pri-j vate; and I charge her to use my said birthday with moderation -and---human-j itv. et tamoiiiim Imna filia familia. the said birlhday not being eo young as it once was, and having carried me in a very satisfactory manner since I can remember: I And hi ease the taid Annie II. Ide, shall neglect or contravene cither of the above conditions, I hereby revoke the donation and transfer my riabts in the -id birthday to the president of the United States of America for the time being: " ' j In witness whereof I have hereunto et my hand and seal this nineteenth day of June in the year of grace eight een hundred and ninety-one. longest of any European crowned bead. A Century of Service Organized 1821 Better Equipped Than Ever Before to Serve the Public Vermont National Bank SAFETY STRENGTH SERVICE We offer a small block of a very high grade industrial security at a price to net 7. It will be of interest to the conserv ative investor. Full information on request. VERMONT INVESTMENT CORPORATION Room No. 1, American Bldg., Brattleboro, Vt. Telephone 55 o o o c. ; c crz o o C3z o r o joc o tt o crrr o Oil 'llO to 0 n !0 In the X Privacy o I Our Safe Deposit Boo tli YOU iiave a place all your own, away from curious eyes, in whicK to take your safe deposit box and go over private matters by yourself. A privilege well wortb tne small fee charged for our Safe Deposit Service. Peoples National Bank BRATTLEBORO. VT. S2 More Safe Deposit Boxes The Brattleboro Trust Co. has installed in its Fire and Burglar Proof Vault 100 new boxes. Each box is fitted to slide into a steel compartment and every box is fitted with its own key and the key is given to the one who rents the box. You can keep your valuable papers in this box and you alone will have access to the box anytime during banking hours. Your papers will be where you know. where they are and will" be safe from fire and burglars. These boxes are to be rented at $2.00 per year. We shall be pleased to show them to you. Brattleboro Trust Co. MEMBER AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION