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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a line first Insertion; 2 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash In Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED WANTED Expprienee.l band sawyer. Apply Kolstad, Taylor & Co. 221-226 WANTED Oirl for general house work. Mrs. Ruth Filion, 20 Central St. '3-228 wlkSTTElVCv voupk girl -work by the tl&v-or henras. motors helper. Tel. 1103-M; f ' ? fT: ) H - 22-2:W WAITED Painting and- paper hang ing vftrkat-COV'au:hour; '-L. II- Clark, Tel. 604-M.--. ir3-tf WANTED Girl or middle-aged woman for general housework. Address A. Re former office. 22.1-230 ""WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25c. a pound live weight, Sent card, M.. ".Black, Box 2,s3. Brattleboro. - - - 151-tf " WANTED Housekeeper for man with two small children. Address Box SS, earcUef Grnier Office 224-22D WANTED Girl for general housework in faniilv of two; good housekeeper. He ply "II,"'' care Reformer. 224-tf W ANTTeI Lady for pleasant, profit able, permanent employment. Address Pleasant, Reformer Office. FOR ALE FOR SALE Dry wood. Tel. 334-4. Fcrley Flante. 7-tf FOR SALE Wood. Tel. 14-6. E. M. Lynde, 210-227 221-220 FOR SALE Good hay, Shetland pony. Tel. BO-M. 223-tf FOR SALE Two-tenement house. 12 Beach St: TeL 526-W. 200-tf FOR SALE Parlor stove, cheap. Fred a Brown, G Bullock St. 20S-tf FOR SALE Beech and maple wood. F. E. Gammell, TeL 211-12. . 217-235 .FOR SALE An 8-horse power gaso rp engine. Grant Granite Co. 177-tf FOR SALE Furniture . and ranges new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton'a. ' FOR SALE Dry hard wood, chunks or split. E. Fk Mather, Tel. 13-5. 174-tf FOlfl&LE and bone. W. FOR" stove. 048-T. -Fresh ground beef scraps F. Richardson Co. 214-tf SALE Large Stewart parlor First class condition. 'Phone 21S-tf FOR SALE De Laval separator. nearly new. Capacity 750 lbs. E. L. Wil- WANTE'D Job cutting four-foot, ims,aroaica, t. rJi-tt wood, any amount. James Johnson. 35 FOR SALE Dry hard wood, stove So. Main. St. Tel. 511-J. 221-220 length, $12 a cord, cash on delivery. E. v "vTPTTC;tehen stnve ndnnted'for ; Ij- Parmenter, Brattleboro. 221-220 Scissors and Shears at 49, 69 and 89c all high grade goods and warranted cru cible steell CHAS. F. IV!Af3N 88 Main TEL 38 58 Main Autostrop Safetr Razors 30-Day Free TrlaL coal or wood dress "Stove," with water front. Ad care Reformer. '21S-tf WANTED A woman to sweep an apartment twice a week. Apply by let ter to Ii. D. D. care Reformer. 222-tf. W WTl.'Tl lT-ncnl.-wrinr fnr .Kins-le man; no objection to one child. Address , ei. -J4-J, I O. Box 2M. Winchester. N. II. 224-22! FOR SALE ne nearly new art square, 0x12. price reasonable. Inquire JLM. Sweet land. H Putney road. 225-230 FOR SALE No. 10 Remington type writer $,'15, also other machines for sale and rent. F. C. Brown. G Bullock St.. 204-tf WANTED A driving horse for F R SALE Five-passenger Overland. ta model :U-1M1!. liood condition. A bar winter keep; must be kind and gentle; gam ior a qmcK sale. i . u. Chamberlain, guarantee good treatment and light work.!-10 1 "tr' St. lei. 1M-A. 225-230 Address "Horse." care Reformer. 224-220 FOR SALE We are now ready to de WANTED Women between ages of lv.et a nice let of strictly dry slab wood 9n nnri 4.". to take n vears course in nrac-! Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length. tical nursing. For particulars, apply to Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 15S-tf Mutual Aid Association, Brattleboro. Vt. FOR SALE A grade (one-half Dur- - -3-230 ham-Guernsey) 2-year-old . heifer bred to after our business in' this territory. p:asyt14- JIa.s always had best of care and is work. Permanent position, pleasant oe-. PjLrft in every feature. Tel. S3S-M. 225-tf cupation all, year round. Big salaries pam every weeK to representatives. letter to the Oakland Nurseries. A FOR SALE-one-horse sled. -One two-horsp wagon, oae two two-horse sleds, turn A nnphis- nviirni!! 1..;tI, ....:!,.. i.. ' ' ' - ..x.'i..-.-t .-iiimi... tiHF 1 i i I - l ' I . 1 1 . tU lVU tnr. fmin AT-ill l.ii.nr mrtimi Uru '.-" 1 t : 1 1 '. : ...... m, vvuu,. ..in i. iv l...i .mini inniio Mini imrses i.iiiL'iiiir rroiu .) lbs. IrfMiks House SPECIAL NOTICES t O. T. DODGE, Upholsterer, 11 Spruce St., Tel. 304-11. 190-tf .CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailey's office, 207 Barber block, 'phone COG. Residence 439-J. 182-tf KRUSTOFF keeps rust off. Stdvink Co. make. W. J. Pentland sells Krustoff. 215-255 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf MAGAZINES AT LOWEST 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 SPECIAL CASH SALE One barrel Osota Hour, in cotton 10.50; one barrel best pastry flour, SO.OO ; , 50 lbs. fine granulated sugar, $3.00 ; 25 lbs. tine table salt, 0c. To advertise our flour, we will sell the above assortment for $20.00. Now w the chance to buy your winter's supply. Sale closes Nov. 24. Get in while the going is good. , Brattleboro .Grain Co., 125 El liot St., 'Phone 5)27. 220-227 to 53-X. Stable. Tel 225 tf TO RENT TO RENT Rooms. 7 Linden St. 224-tf TO RENT Furnished room, heat. light and bath. 14 Forest St. 221-tf TO RENT Furnished room on floor witli bath. 04 High street. 224-tf TO RENT Three furnished roo.ns heat, light and bath. 0 Blakeslee St. '-t-0".fi m hh. 1 One 4-room apartment, ground lloor, near street, lei. 01-M. 224-tf TO RENT Dry storage room for fur niture. Joel 31. Stearns, 13 Flat St. Tel. 240. 21 1-tf TO RENT nlso one sing Tel.,237-IL. One furnished apartment, e room. 100 High street .TO RENT Furnished and heated sin gle or double front rooms facing south VJ Marlboro Ave. 210-tf V WANTED Horses to Board Hitches in barn or shed 10 cents Feeds1 23 cents. BROOKS HOUSE STABLE Tel. 53-X Ladies' and Gentlemen's , Clothes cleaned; pressed and altered Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shon TO RENT Dry storage room for fur niture. The Grant Granite Co., 24-20 So. Main St..Brattleboro. Vt. 102-tf TO RENT ORFORSALITw7l7e room house, modern improvements, good Darn or garage, and garden, situated cor ner Locust and Vine Sts. Tel. 752-R. 220-tf TO RENT OR FOR SALE Two-tenement house with ni'xlern improvement sitnnred on .ne ot 1.1 att 1 nn s most pleas.-mt stnvt;; good baru with base ment: g:rd -;i and some fruit. Short walk to business. Will sell on verv easy term.-. Address Modern, care Re former Office . 225-230 LOST. Notice- Public Auto Service Day or Night New Cleveland-Six. L. I. Snow, Tel. 38-W, or Tel. 675 nights and Sundays. Office 35 Main St. Stinehour's Auto Livery Seven-Passenger Closed Car. Night or Day Service.. Near Hoadley's Cafe. 'PHONE 192-W - - Game fish swim upstream. Men of eourage do not drift; they -face conditions ami fight for success! Present times demand courage, hard work and full insurance for family protection, taxes, etc. Consult us. National Life Ins. Co., of Vf. (Mutual.) F. C. DINKS, Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt. L S t Brown fur jieck piece about two. weeks ago between Brattleboro and Putney. Reward. Tel. 11-2. 225-22 Look Look Look IN MY WINDOW Showing 50 Suit and Overcoat styles, marked down from $2.50 to $10.00. A good time to buy while prices are lower. The BEST there is in Fine Cus tom .Tailoring. WALTER II. IIAIGH Elliot Street FOR SALE Maple Syrup also Hay For both stock and liorse WANTED Live Stock to board .SCOTT FARM Tel. 227-Y FOR SALE Four Houses ,on Laurel' Street. The best real estate bar gains in Brattleboro. Inquire of C. B. Crowell or C. B. Gruger. STRAND & HERRICK Cylinder Kegrinding Oxy-Acetylene Welding, General Machine Woii;, Automobile Overhauling and Repairing Cor. Western Ave. & Williams St. Tel. 543-W ' 24 Hour Service Mill J .. umuuiiu nil -II li . " Ail 'This Dealt Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 1 80 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 834-R Brattleboro Garage AUTHORIZED FORD MOTOR SALES AND COMPANY SERVICE PARTS AND STATION ACCESSORIES DON'T SLIP Grip With Weed Chains John E. Smith & Company Corner Main and High Streets BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT Contractors' Equipment at Auction Having 'completed work on' fh'e"Dum merston road, federal aid project No. 14 we will sell at auction at our camp, for merlv known as the Sheldon farm on the Putney road, six miles from Brat tleboro, i Tuesday, November 22 At 10 O clock a. m. the following personal property : LOVELL & TELFER ' . ' ' - - ' - Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store T E PROTECTED giml Horn. fire nd - extreme climatic eooJinon. lnnue your pwB roof by tuing ' Rex Strip Shingles Dark Fit J CrOghh Cretn ; Approved by UnoW- MURDER CASE TO BE TRIED HERE Uijited States Court to Hear Case of Trl- vate Antonio Lorenzo Bribe and , Booze Cases on Docket. The trial of Private Antonio Lorenzo. the soldier of troop, D,, Third. Cavalry who is charged with tlu.' killing of "Pri vate John Joseph Rogers at Fort Ethen Allen vill be held at the term of United States court which, will open in Brattle boro the. third Tuesday in December. JUcause Lorenzo, is charged . with a crime punishable by death he cannot be tried by court martial at the post as are the respondents charged with lesser crimes, it lias not, been deciaea tnat Iorenzo is giiilty of murder or that he is innocent and his trial will therefore be In'fore a United IStates judge in a civilian-court. I ." '"""i This will be the most important case to lie trwd ,at .th;BraUleboro term of court.' lArenz - w' on- guard duty at Fort Ethan Allen, October 6 in a troop kitchen where Rogers was working as a prisoner. Hie men Had some sort or an altercation in which, it is reported Rogers told Lorenzo that he wouldn't dare shoot him. A minute later Rogers was stretched on the floor with a bullet from a 3-calibrc revolver lodged in his spine, ine bullet hart enterea through his mouth. I he man died shortly after wards at the Post hospital. Another case which expected. to be pressed at this term of. court will be that of Col. William Chamberlain. form; erly of the English army, who is charged with attempting to bribe customs officials into allowing him to smuggle over the line thousands of quarts of whiskey. In addition to these cases there will be, the liquor cases which are now re garded as a part of the routine business. Hie Dumber of these cases will not be as ' large as in the last few terms for the 1X1111111 "RRTTRY ROYS reason that booze smuggling has fallen. iU1A7Ari"U1V off along the border. Federal officials' . y ncjn TJ'CT miriTir,l report that this tragic has fallen off To JUOlVlSCiLiLFl UUI per cent in the last year. The officials . . have so thoroughly broken up the nar- ( Students Escape Only Wit ta Clothes cone-si! ugimng gangs wnicn iormeriy. XVhen Fire Sweeu Throueh . f' i wnun uoonttone. I ; Beautiful in Appearance Easily LaicJ. LOVELL & TELFER 110 MAIN STKEET SATISFACTORY SEHVICE . Don't Keep Much Money At Home Vf A fire once Started in a country residence is hard to put out. There are thieves in the country occasionally too. .Consequently it is not wise to keep much currency or many valuables atk home. In the bank's vaultyour property is safe and your money on deposit is where it will do you and the community the most good. Vermont National Bank Brattleboro, Vt. Safety Strength Service operated through this district that no arrests have becn hiade for the last two years for , smuggling opium and those Starr Hall. MIDDLE BURY, Nov. 21. SttH where. were not arrested in Vermont apparently , dents quartered in Star hall. Middlebury have ceased to operate or have gone else-, college, saved only the clothes they worp, when fire, late Saturday night, swept through the rooms on three, floors of the buildinjr. "Andy" Lobo, John Way and "Rip" Gallagher, who were among the first students to go into the burning building with chemicals, were overcome ARMAMENT CONFERENCE. . (Continued from Page 1.) his country had gone through many de- by smoke, but were revived soon after ceptions and Had seen Germany retuse to,t)ie:r were carrjPd into the open air, HOUSES AND MULES Pair boy horses, weight 2.ij(H, extra gootl young team; iair blacks, weight 3.000; pair chestnuts, weight 3.000; pair grays, weiirht 2,t'00; pair gray and bTy, weight 2. 7(H); bay mare, weight 1,400, good, young mare ; pair mules, weight 2,000. WAGONS AND HARNESS Seven sets team harness, eight bottom dump wagons, lumber wagon. No. 2 Schramm compressor, with rive horse power gaso lene engine direct connected, ltoles, eveners, whiffletrees, spread chains. neck yokes, slip scrapers, seven pairs team blankets, lot of small tools. , CAMP EQUIPMENT 30 heavy single blankets. 30 light doulfe blankets, sheet iron stove, large ice chest, two gasolene lanters. 300 candle power; lamps and lanterns, five camp tables, 2,XH feet lumber. Terms at time, of sale. Free lunch at noon. FALLKILL CONSTRUCTION CO. A. Vt. Gallup, Auctioneer. perform her obligations M. Uriand said his government wanted coutinued and real peace with Germany. In Germany, he said, there were numer ous people who want a eace really founded on democratic institutions and he declared it was that sort of Germany to which the world must look for hope, but he asked, how could France ignore the "other Germany of the Hohenzoi lerns." The old imperial party, he de clared, had tried repeatedly to regain control. As an example M. Ilriand read several messages from the memoirs of Ludendoiff regarding German aspira tions for world conquest. "Some itoople think that France must have some hidden thought. It has been said that France wanted to establish in Kurope a source of military supremacy. Probably this is the most painful and cfucl thing a Frenchman could be told. "Not one word of this is true," explained M. I'.riand, poundiag the table with both fists. "If there is a country that wants U'ucuriv'ith Jill -our hearts, believing in it with her entire faith, that country is France. 1 Speaking for Great ISritain and in re ply to Premier Priand of France at the conference today, Arthur .lames Palfour, heading the P.ritish delegation practically pledged the support of Great P,rita in to France "in the tace of the lust for com bination." Senator Sc utilizer, heading the Italian delegation, told the conference that although Italy thought 200,000 men a just quota for her army, plans were be ing made for a further reduction. J a pun wants only such an army, Haron Kato of the Japanese delegation told the arms con ference, as was "absolutely necessary for purely defensive puritoses, necessitated by the Far Eastern situation." Three boys, about to go to their rooms shortly before 11 o'clock, found. their way blocked bv flames, agid gave the alarms. Mnoke was so dense in me nanways inai boys on the top floors had to take to the fire escapes, and were unable to save their belongings. The Middlebury fire department was called, and assisted by the students who hurried to the scene with hand chemicals, confined the damage to the south side of the building after two hours of hard work. The loss was estimated at $4,000. Husband and Wife I How Do You f p t it Whpn inv wife -vvritps letters she inter rupts my reading to ask me how to spell the simplest words. II." D. S. What Ioes Your Wife Do NOTICE We wish to announce to the pubJ lie . that we will do Catering for all kinds of Social Functions and guarantee first-class sen ice. Wed dings and Dinner Parties a Spe cialty. Orders can be left at 131 Main Street, Drattleboro, Vt. ' MITCHELL CATERING COMPANY DR. NICHOLS RESIGNS. DIGGING IT NEW ENGLAND. Dr. Moorehead's Quest Relics. for Indian If a group of business-like men call at your home sometime in the near future aud ask your permission to dig up the front yard, promising to put the soil aud turf back just as they found it, don't turn them down they probably will prove to be Dr. Warren K. Moorehead, a member of the national board of In dian commissioners and curator of the department of archeology .at Phillips Andover academy, and his force of del ve ra into the prehistoric. They have sighted off the Island of No Man's Land Head of M. I. T. Forced to Gvie Fp Re ran? of HI Health. P.OSTON, Nov. 21. Dr. Ernest Fox Nichols, president "of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has resigned bis office because of ill health and his resig nation has been accepted by the execu tive, committee , of , the, corporation. He has been given leave of absence until Jan. 4, 1022, when the next meeting of the corporation will be held and the ac tion of the executive committee will be ratified. ; Although Dr. Nichols was inaugurated president of the institute on June S, 11)21, lie has never assumed his office, for soon after the inauguration ceremonies he was stricken with an -illness which made it imiHissible for him to take up his duties. Because of this illness and its conse qnenees, his physicians insisted that he relimniish "his post and, after much discus sion and many regrets, the executive com mittee accepted . the resignation on the ground that there seemed to be no alter native. i ..--. ' . i ii i SEIZE LIQUOR VESSEL. Revenue Cutter Grabs 350 Cases of Wluskey on Schooner. ' NEW BEDFORD, Mass.. Nov. 21. The packet schooner Romance was es corted into the harbor here yesterday by the coast guard cutter Acusb.net and boarded by customs officials from Boston, who seized 3."0 case of whiskey. The of ficials, headed by Herman Hormel, sur veyor of the port of Boston, refused to permit any of the passengers to land The schooner has been engaged in the packet trade between this port and Cape Verde, but it is understood to have -called at Bermuda on her last trip. She was been busy for some time in Maine, where they found some 17,iiiX) articles of pre historic manufacture and added, vastly to the store of human knowledge of the little-known people who yceupied New England before the coming of the white man. Now they are planning to make explorations in lower t onneciicut vauey by the Acushnet Yesterday, anchored in a heavy fog. It is uuderttood she is owned by her captain, Wilfred II. Senior of this city Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It To Need Insurance and Not Have It Geo. M. Clay General Insurance Agency Bank Block Brattleboro, Vt. ' ... - Thomas T. Brittan Fire Accident Insurance Liability . Life Wilder BIdg., Brattleboro JAMAICA Over $20 was cleared at the harvest along the coast from New Haven to l'ro-, dinner served by the L. I. S last Thurs: videnee and in Massachusetts. ineiriUay exploration will cover eight years, and they should have the co-operation of lo cal historical and' scientific societies, as well as the public. Writing in the current Atlantic, Dr. Moorehead recounts the valuable dis Miss Kate Kelley is caring for Mrs Mary Sherwin. - Charles Allen brought in a fine buck late r'aturday afternoon. Miss Eva Woleott is home from Bos i ii i 1 1 ii mr i iM i ii'iiihvirii'iiitr vu()iTion covenes made in tne snen neaps ana .... ....... . hitherto unknown sites of Indian villagesl Several from here attended William in Maine, many of which are of such Parsons' s auction in Wardsboro last antiquity that it is jiot possible to say in j week. what century the tribes flourished, but Harry Sherwin has returned to his that thev preceded by many generations work in Springfield after several days the tribes made familiar to us by colon -1 here with hn mother. ial history seems definitely established 1 Mrs Wateroff of Boston is at While the Maine discoveries are of hn I)areilts-f Mr. nnd Mrs CLarle3 A1! great importance. Dr. Moorhead looks for j t t, h t & f , , even more impressive ones in Connect-1 ' -3 icut. . .Our greatest Indian populationl Mx. and Mr. Alden Torrey and moth lav along the coast he said, "the lower "r ? Annie of Wardsboro were Jamaica Connecticut valley, Martha's Vipeyardj viwtqw -Saturday aud "Sunday. . and Rhode Island. It is here that the! Ld Stark and Ben Stark were called larger villages of Pequots, -Narragansetts,! to North Clarendon Saturday because of and others were located. On the large the serious illness of Earl Stark, town sites and the cemetaries one should Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen and daugh be able to discover articles indicating ter returned this week from Boston, tribal commerce with bands living in where Ina had been for treatment. All New York or New Jersey, and also to are glad to know that she is doing well. obtain specimens of aboriginal art, since j . . the more skilled workmen would natur- - - ally locate iu the populous communities. "Yankee Doodle." Hence, when the survey inspects the site fj, orlgln of thJg natl0nal air Is ttTA' . ; lower layers of the asphits will, prove written by Edward Banks between rich in evidence." 1775 and 1777. The tune has been Finding the sites ot unknown vi uages ascribed to several countries, but Is it not pflsv. mid the work is not without its romantic side. When" the survey comes ta Connecticut we hope it will not find us lackinst interest or willingness to co-operate. That such co-operation has not been given as freely'as should be ex nected seems to be intimated by. Dr. Moorehead 's statement that "only the. foreigners living in the lower Connecti cut have caused ti' trouble." Whatever trouble these dwellers within our state Jui ye caused must be due to misunder standing, and ways to avoid it '.should be found. Hartford Times. Vhe chief supply of the blue turquoise i drawn from the peninsula of Sinai, the great mining district of the ancient Egyp- tians. probably English, early as 1707. It was known as MERCHANT TAILOR CARL F. CAIN ISO Main Street . .. Carney's Auto Service DAY AND NIGHT 21 Thomas Street Telephone 681-R PIANO TUNING EDWARD F. LEITZINGER ' Tel. 38S-M Alter 6 p. m. Vermont Investment Corporation Investment Securities List of Current Offerings Furnished on Application Phone 55 . Room 1; American Building Brattleboro, Vt. Bills! Bills! Bills! Life seems to be just one bill' after another to most people in these times. But you're not pilot ing your financial bark right if you allow it to be swamped by bills. Steer clear of that danger by not running so many of them, and by putting something into an interest account every month at the . . J Brattleboro Trust Co. BRATTLEBORO. VT.' fl H TT 111 ask my bank" fl 1 o 0 IV r is a plrrase that is be coming as common as lay doctor" or 111 ask toy lawyer," It is good jodgment to CGrtsnlt tes as your sp cisst in-ibtrsiness and iiiTestrment natters. Peoples National Bank DonU Forget the Red Cross Roll Call l y a 0 0 0 o 0 rv 0 QoorToocroT30C3ooorTorT?ococooo I i l 5 1 i . f I i i It J i f w If It s t i ! i Y ' Copyright, 192, George Matthew A4ama- '. -"