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THE BUATTLEBOltO DAILY REFOJWIEU, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1021.
l!l C DI'AM QIIDDDIQCl MAKING MORE ROOM U. u. ! Lnls OUu! IUUL L3 3 f if. Si! Oul MS DELEGATES ti ti figure With Fir:n, He: plcxio- tltVs y i-ti.cn, increase encrvy Easy ar;d hsC.-icrriicnl to Takj Results Quick Thin or run-down folk9 arid Beautify tlio Corn 's ha want to quickly got ccme pood, firm, solid flesh or. their bones, fill out tho v, . '. . - -s -s .' - , .: ... . . . X ' . ' ... .. i 51.' ;.:-, .,' ' y xw . hoilow vOf' - rin-r; 5 ckeTks r CrC": ''--'- f L -j H.u.tioi ; - tklKNY JAW j j JAn ; SCRAWNY NECK PCUfJOED 7 ' I Hi'.t SHOUlDtkS, fiat CHEST f-ACEFVl uLlc C). It tan;?h,s pirrtp!.5. l-r.l the nerves, builds? v:p th" ! .Jy wit rejuvenates the whole system. J..i If vou arc thin. pale. I .au:.ir.i. take Mastin'.i VITA MON fvo t measur until y; yonr-cl: o. IMPORTANT: ?i Vff .1 w;f!l vi :: VI-TA-MO.V las 1 ce energy, rurvous tr..r.b complexion a ; . nr.l l.e u.-cd !,y anyone Do not accept irmT.1 tablets at ail cooJ cru uw-r-rr T jr & . 1 I -I 1- i.h ctronp. healtliy tis s'.ics, and build up in croasod onorcy and vital ity s-i.o'ild try taking a little Mr.stin's VITA iON' with their meals. Mastitis VITAMON id a ri-iy t;vl.kt eontaiuing Li.hJy concentrated yeast vitauiinea as well as tho two other stnl more im portant vitanstnes (Fat iN,h;He A and Water Sol ;:n eruptions as if by mapic, strer.gtliena i'esh and tissue and often completely k, fri'atifyir.R rciults. No pas caused, irr.vii h.lia' or lack energy and endurance ) !:; s v.-ith evrrv n:cal. Then weigh end tiniif 'f ihin? Maktn's VITAMON regularly a in wcirlit an.l enr-rpy. narbablo h"i!th-1 uildin$ value of Maftin'8 : i.'.-itiecly ueH.oiistrattd in cases of lack of !: :.(::!. eon.stipiition. skin ruptions. poor -' p!:ys:e:il and tnetitat cenditton. it should S to having their v.-eniht int rcaied to normal. You ca get Martins VllAAlOiN hrr; THE ORIGINAL J Ufi ' .1a J A D """- '?;;?V 1 i!JSJ.S4v.r- VITAMINE 7A3LE.T i'c Pes ill rely Guaranteed to Pul On Firm Flesh, Clear the Skin and Increase Energy When Taken With Every Meal cr Money Back HOUSE G. E. Sherman Man; Sail & Farwell I.l NCIIbS (ONTIM liP AS l l Al- We Are Prepared to Serve COMBINATION HKIiAKI ASTS I ri!i T.(); in t.;i A. M. and i:i:;i !.n nor scitkics I'l'iim .".() to H.1;0 ALWAYS Hot ofi ee Hot ( ho. olate Ml-HCHANT TAII.OK CARL W CAIN tna Mai l Street All lothcrs. Fathers and Children You 31ust See Today and Tomorrow "The Old Nest" LATCH IS THEATRE Renew Your Retormer ubscnption NOW For One Year And Receive a Copy of , ,, , ,,, MMlfllHI (Ml Hinilftw MM mm pmtmrmi IM twi mtTTiiMf Ml Htil BMmiina ttw . t'.ti m.i h i MWWIN NH H IltWTMHIl M If tt,i,.m NM m )IHMIh tfM Mi (MiFli:i i-m ftn niMtM hnf a mttn.itMi mh ut wMitu t itttt tt'tw ia mi lij d.mi ntt nfuwi m km iHtMwin mm unj muMinti tot m tMitm w rut mmunt miw (HHB ftlll HM MHtffrtMf I'M t'M I1MHK.I Wll 1M HmUtil ill Mjl Hf,,'M III ItiHW WMiW MB M I(1MIU H IIM It'UDIM IM 'MtMM Mil im ftBiH.mt .... Wiwum urn uiq HitiliHa 11 tt, I Hurv m t(, ti.i,frM ,lrt, ,,, .it n.H nil n; fMB ('H'lB Ki rtlttlM MMI tMt ItHMHliH fit ltj HHftmt (jl H.a H!Miif M tff nii(lt M (i tltit M;ntiutt urn tiMi HHum tn mhi muMtmna t3 i;.i.,r i riot tit ktHKlMIH Ml IM. -i WMMfilll Hut ttiaitHM HM .f iniaHtM lot iifti'Mui lira itiu HKHttttt im oi fittttimif mm h4 V. MMtMIKM tMf IIM ttit ttt it m mil hin UMHiit'M mj mi itti ntf in :ittirm M' iiwin Ittmiitti i,m itm Httlfif.t Hl IIM HIOUllHt HU IMI i.kiH ', Htm HHMlltM Mi tftt tltlltlHA Mil KMIIHI.C Uta filf flUlltrtitl H 'I tl'l-i-oii. m HI ttHl If. I 1111 lltftl lltMMH MM IH'llltm !! VHIMI !flA Hughes Proposes America Give Up Largest Tonnage ot Any Nation v N 0 REPLACEMENT IN TEN-YEAR PERIOD .Vn .Vjiwnie.it to He Made Before Any Const riit'tion I'nited States Wit! Not Art Alone Open I'roposit ion listablishes I'lYeeiient. (SjK-.-ial di-piiteh to Tin ' Itcformer) oi.vrijjlit I'.l-'l. liy DAVID LAWKKNCK. YAHlN;TO Nov. 14 Tin I nited -i.:t.s laid its cards on t iie table lace up. !) iln' iiist public esiun Secretary iIu-'h -. head of Airerica's ileh-jiiit ion, iiipi-i-cd evciybod.v by announcing the An:'i"ic.ui proposal . for the limitation of .im anient. These principles wire ndvo-..tt.l:-- " That all i-ap't-.d ship building pro raiiis either actual or projected should lit- abandoned. lluit i unher reihvtioH ;. a le J i:ini-li the scrapping i.,ter ships. 1 hat in general 1' to the exi-lir.ii, ; , v. c r- coiii'eriieil . 'I hat the capital -hip tiiinnl n' should In- used ;in a nicasiueiiient of treiiith Ire fore- naie and approjriale " allow aiic, i.f auxiliary combatant craft pre- seele.l.' I h 'ii f dl.iWed ieeliiii'al details of th" programs of the I'nited States. i nan Willi siiiie should be of certain iiird should be paid aval st relict Ii t the f, 5 JOE, WILL VOU W Wilt YOU " i L HMl M02ECK ) HfkVE MORE CNDV -- TJTIk i, VOU .( .1 THINK I COUID. . what vessels should 1 !. lir'.-il t'.iiiniii and tio.-'S as to exai tiv b" scrapped. i in pected Stroke It was a bold and itiK'Xpi'i ted stroke i"! the part of the American delegation and lanly look th' breath aa from i h" visiting delegates who have been :n-'.slo!' cd to secret conference b 'fore . . i ' L 1 1 i ! : so eo'ielete is made known. THY TO ORGANIZE (!. S. FARM WOMEN Plan for Convention of the American Farm Bureau Federation WOMEN DELEGATES ASKED OF STATES An ; n ! Ill v. ( i l-.i- ill. v. h rr,il;?i:r u ica V-i that real est public pillar opinion isj of strength I briniiitut the conferenee to a success-j e!,d. Mr. Hughes took the entire J ill into his confidence and showed i far Am 'riea was willing to o In!, i"..' i eilint ion in military oireeiions. is js a para-r!'li in Mr. Hu-hes's ad--s ul'ich indicated the extreme to h the I'nited State An be made nt willing to hinta, Nov. '! he I'nited State ii- preuram of v.- b.ttl h'shij and .e battleship l-.as b j now is eon: ph t - ' I'.ip; calb;e. for 10 j i battle cruisers, "a completed, the; ! Uef's are si i ,,c; !on : i per e 'nt loi.'e. tin tl iie; biidf -pent. Still in t he i -on iiiioits stain's ot con- sout.' eases from io to over, f the con-truet ioTi has been -e b" capital sliip now be-, ver s'J.,0 'UI.IM'o have Im-cii I the I'nited States i willing nterest of an i n. :nd ia t e bi ota ! nvieanient . to scran all these; Winn Rural School Improvement, Com- iniinity Centers and Better Churches i .Missouri Woman (iivrn l'roininent Flare In Constitutive Program. ClIH'AliO. Nov. 14 The first effort orfjatiize farm woinini on a national .de, acconlin t headquarters of the crican l"arin Bureau federation, will its annual convention in At-21-2.'$. Kaeh state farm bu reau federation has been asked for the lirt time, to send at least one represcnta live farm woman and these will try to work out a plan for nililiattiig v.Omen in farm bureau work. This' program was mnpped out recently in ("hieasjo by the woman's committee of the American Farm Bureau federation. B'.ieai school improvement, community e.'nt:, better lonntrx churches and .so cial c,i-;ipenit ion are some of the tiling" the women have in view. '; :isiicrabi' work has been done ll!' Hi thee lilies by the home bureaus,-' it is reported at federation headquarters, "but th " women v. ho b' tiefit by the home demonstration work hav m medium of nfait with eaeii other and there is no concent rated effort to beinjr; about any one phase of improvement." Airs. I'hnrh's Schuttier of Missouri; chairman ot tiie woman's committee has been given a prominent place on the gen eral convention program. Mrs. Izetta Iln.wn of West Virginia wiil n!so address the farmers. Mrs. Schuttier is a member of the exe- nt iv.' committee M' the Missouri Farm Bureau federation, a member of the exe cutive committee of her eountv farm bu- Kim; tioirp' ' " ehissbe , reaii am! is a votinj; direftdr of the Amer- -eiaed. This would mean, he ox-'iuin Farm . Bureau federation. She lives i.'-iim-d. a total of P.I capital ships; or a, on a farm near Farmimjton. Mo. Ii;!;,l io!na''e to be wiped out. including lb" new II !s. of ..!.:;:." to.,s. This isj TO DISCI'S CHKAI'KB HOMK. 1. - m loni.ii.e than th" I mted Siatcsi -.'.Mid lose, thus preserving the idea of l, .,,.,-?-.., Civic Assiii'i.-ilion Will Slum- .Ml Ai: iiited Slates poi nted Mr. ilu.'lies I .; ted S:al"s wol : ei'i it'll ss , ! he I,'.!'. I. tile p t apital s'nip would 1 ' si-r;1 ir. ttii.an-s Mn ' ! or a perio 1 of n i !:.-r w ould be no out that the ot reduce :l!IU:l- !ue other nations agreed, in were accepted fully 30 areca!in4 b.7P ton-. iped. tcit in his plan ttiat t less than lo years further construction applau i;t I- api'.T -hips.'" Tiemeiidou ted. tins statement. or (ireat Britain. Mr. llujies :..'-til thai construction on the four in a- Hood battle-hips be stopped and that in addition all redreadnoU".ht s second line batthshii's and hrst line up 1 1 the i : i nj: rn nival strength of the that four Ml Exact Size 14x21 inches We have but a limited number of these books. They will be given out to subscribers as they renew. : e!- 1 o. el's ci it:- 1 i r ! ip.m For .Japan, Mr. Mushes proposed eii but two neve battleships ami iaill ' i misers be abandoned. He re marked that "'Ibis does not involve tie stoppicLf of construct ion. as the eon -.(uli lien ot none ot t liese snnps lias be leitiii." Next Mr. I lushes advocateil that . I.Mian should scrap the famous llMul sii'' and "Ivao.'the most powerful battleship ever planned as well as four battle cruise,-., authorized but not laid down. The total umnlHr of new capi tal ships scrapped would be seven and the total tonnage -Js'ii.n-.Ki. which to gether with M luUtlcsiiips of the second hue would, mean ?.rand tot"' of 443.12S tons. It will lx' noticed that under this plan the I'nited States would asree to give up the mo.t tonnayie--S45.740 as cotn i nri'd with i'l'iTaiu ' a-S.!,:i7.") and .Japan's 1 1 s.'.ljs. I o placement s are always a vital fac tor, as nations are accustomed to consi der certain ships out of date every few ":ir . . Here came Mr. lluuhes's most radVal proposal. He insisted that no replacements should be made in less than !i years and that thiTe should be agreed' upon in advance a maximum tonnage for, i - I. 'cement of ."ino.noo tons for the I'nited States. (Ireat Britain .Viii.iMio tonsl ami .l.inaii .'Iooihi tiois. He also de clared that .'U, 'h:i tons should be the' limit in size of it'iv new battleships. In! onelnditej' . Mr. II italics predicted that) enoitioiis sums would thus be released lo a-d t!ie progress ot civilization ami at the same time the proper demands of national defense will be adequately met j and the nations will have comnlete on-1 pei'lnnitr dnriie; the m-val holiday o" 10 Neei's to consider lh"ir future course.! 1 T' o rat nois lor ouens:v. naval wars wijl stop now."' .Mu: Ii linlhusiasni I. is (ti itoiilt to ileseriiie the ehecrui am! enthusiasm of the ualleries as th' -;(-ietarv of stall- of th.- S'ntted Stalesj 1',nish"d bis speech. The delegate,?; sal oiiietls , onl v a few joining in tiie demon-j stration of a')i-lause those who could, was ma le that a French text had been m inted and would be distributed after J lit., i.tnl if I In. sessiiot so lui I'tsiTkhk iu. ! po; tunity w ould be triven to determine Mb" s ll'ect of Mr. Hindu's 's remarks. The. id'ieealis showed their surmise. llOW-: ! ever. i 'lb" British and .laiumcse took tin 1 i heir iiencils and beean to make notes j j before they learned that conies would lx'! iaxadable later. It wa a sensational' jttiformunce ami typical of Amerie-jnl fta-ties. ' I 1 , ! ivins in Biiildiii.T. 'IIMU;(. Nov. 11. Fffort will be made to throw som- light on '"real reduc tions in the cost of small homes" at the 1 7th annual meeting of the American I'ivic association opening here today. 1 r. Ii hii M. dries, chief of th- newly created ilivision of huildui.g and housing in Sec ret aiy Hoover's department f commerce, wili conduct tomorrow afternoon's ses sion on this subject. Humiliation of wasle in bouse plans will be taken up by Kdwin II. Brown of Minneapolis, chairman of the committee on small houses of the American Institute of an hitects, and elimination of waste lam! and laeout by .J. I. Nichols of Kan Mis City, Mo. Dr. W. S. Stratton. di- Look Younger Care-worn. nerve-exhausted women need I'.it ro-l'hosphate. n pure orunnie I phosphate dispensed by the Brattleboro Drug Company that New York and Paris j physicians prescribe to increase weight nmi strength ami to revive youthful looks and feelings.- Advertisement. When real misfortune hits you it is good to have INSURANCE Whatever form cf 'insuranee you need you ran get it here. This is an agency !. ot the well-known Companies. Fire Insiiranre H. E. Taylor & Son Insurance Agency lirattleboro, Vt. Stop! We're Being Misquoted. It bs reported that men's feet are growing larger. The time may conui when it will not be safe to refer to liitti generally a jaclas.ses. TODAY SEE "The Old Nest 9 rector of the federal bureau of standards, will attack another feature of the problem in showing how tests of building mater ;ils niav reduce cost and maintain qual ity. Various phases of city, town and neigh borhood improvement and the protection of natural beauty will be taken up at this leor dav meeting. Among them are: Local civic responsibility, popular sup port for civic programs, gains against the city ""nuisances" smoke, noise, bill boards and the wire tangle, zoning and the high cost of homing. Symbolic October Gems. For tha person bora in October who wishes to have a VIng showing the stone of liis guardian angei and apos tle for the month a quaint old cus tom worth reviving It Is worth know ing that for the angel named Bariel, aate is the stone, and for the apostle Simon jacinth Is selected. The combi nation, though symbolic, might not be altogether easing. The hop, an ck'ntly used as tiie fymbolic flower of the month, !s sometimes used as the design in an ornamental gold ring, for persons born in October. Overcrowded Room. A room that is' overcrowded and hung with heavy draperies Is bad for health. A bedroom should have plenty of windows and they should bo kept open during the night. $100 IN CASH will not pay you to miss "The Old Nest" M-'b IT TO-DAY LATCHIS THEATRE Announcement Wc -take pleasure in announcing the opening of our BUTTERIGK PATTERN TV DEPARTMENT These patterns have been the leaders in style and au- thority in dress for over half a century and are today far in advance of all other patterns in their absolute reliability. The great name of Butterick, which is a household word for style throughout America, is assurance for the com pleteness of the fashion service n6w available to the patrons of this store. 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