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THE BRAT-TIiEBOfiO DAILY REFORMER; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921.
.-. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 cents a Hoe "first Insertion; zy cents a line each subsequent insertion. t - . .-..-- Cash In Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cents. WANTED FOR SALE WANTED Boy. "WANTED GirlT 97 Main St. 226-tf - FOR SALE Dry wood. Perley Plante. IBT-22tt , , , 1 : 0i i T i iv .-.ir, vioou ure wood, price WANTED Boarders. .Clark St. lrIght Tel. 80G-X. 239-'J5S -.yj--ioT - -- 1 1 . . . 1 n run HAXjfi u.wo-tenement nouse. 12 WANTED Odd jobs. Tel. G04 M. 23 tf WANTED RAW FURS C. L. Howe. LKTJ-tf WANTED Light housework. Tel. 13-14. . .... ... . . . . 240-24G Beach St. Tel. 526 W. 200-tf FOlt SALE Glass show cases for can dy. "Boston Fruit Store. 235tf FOR SALE An 8-horse power gaso liBe engine. - Grant Granite Co-. 177-tf FOlt SALE Furniture and ranges WANTED Boarders and roomers. J?S Dew and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton'e. a weefc. va r.uioc gt. ..q--q , WANTED Work -by the.hour.. 'MrJte.Miit---B: R.Tther. Tel. 13-5. 174-tf Herbert Merrill, 116 Elliot street. 2.U-tt the WANTED Table boarders by week at the Princess Dining Room. 23J-241 WANTED Bv two - young , women, table board. Address Box 50, Reformer ntw. 236-tf FOR SALFj Fresh ground beef scraps and bone. W. F. Richardson Co. 214-tf - FOR SALE Two white enameled iron cribs with mattress. Mrs. L. H. Barber. 239-tf FOR SALE Three O. E. 4 horse- WANTED Phonograph m exchange UWm rtfi-ojn for typewriter. Reformer. Address P. H. O., care 237-tf WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25c. a pound live weight. Send card, M. Black, Box 283, Brattleboro. 151-tf WANTED Housekeeper for family of two in the country. Address "House keeper," care Reformer. ' 239-tf WANTED Capable woman for gen eral housework in family of two. .Mrs. Ruth Filion, 20 Central St. 23S-243 23G-240 FOR SALE Fifty Wyandotte year lings, -also Langsham cockerels. Tel 324-15. FOR SALE Hard, dry wood, split or chunks. . II. N. Newcomb, Guilford, Vt. Tel. 17-16. 2.38-245 FOR SALE Christinas trees of va rious sizes. W. L. AValker, West Brat tleboro. Tel. 309-M. 237-241 . FOR SALE- Best quality maple syrup, artft nitfl L- a ancap nrvn r1it TT T. WANTE Traverse Med for one f;n;n Tai r.-i.rt o.mw lmruo T.itrht- txvrt hnrt tpl would (In. All-1 - dress' Box 804, Brattleboro. 23S-241 FOR SALE Purebred Shepard s S C. ...-Tx-x V : . j A neon a cockerel. Mrs. CO. Walker, " 'V.1? , c I- i i . I'utney, Vt. Tel. 12-21. 230-240 rvint olurt tn lei- inn of r-iittine' tipmlorki - . : , logs, .2 per thousand. W. R. Newton.! FOR SALE Ford touring car in good West "'Brattleboro. 240-tf condition. Carney Auto Service, 21 "VJ ,i..uJ xnomas yt., 1'hone 1U-'4U WANTED At once. three or four rooms with bath for light FOR SALE Five nice, fat sheep and - - ..... 1 1 . 1 . t 1 " l 1 A housekeeping ; preferred rnrmsneu, ana with heat and light. P. O. Box 595. 236-tf TEACHERS WANTED 50 trained or experienced teachers wanted for win ter vacancies. Northeastern Teachers' Agency, 29 Main St., St. Johnsbury, Vt. .238-242 WANTED By a steady refined wo man with small child, position doing housework in small family. Address Lil lie C. Emery, c-o Geo. Wilson, Bradford. 234-242 POSITION WANTED By an expe rienced man as nurse or attendant, for an elderly man. References as to character and abilitv can be given. Address C II. Bodge. G3 Pine St., Brattleboro. 'Phone . 1S4-Y. 239-243 WAN.TED Man around 45 to look after our business in this territory. Easy work. Permanent position ; pleasant oc cupation all year round. Big salaries paid every week to representatives. A letter to the Oakland Nurseries, Manches ter, Conn., will bring particulars. 237-238 SPECIAL NOTICES lambs. One express sleigh and one store glass cabinet Thone 617-M. 235-tf FOR SALE Dry rock maple stove wood, or chunks cut in stove length. $12 per cord load. E. D. Swain, Box ;0 So. Newfaue, Vt. 234-242 FOR SALE We are now ready to de liver a nice let of strictly dry slab wood Also mixed cord wood sawed stove lenerth. Holden & Martin Lumber Co. 158-tf FOR SALEGreen 4-foot woodTSS per cord: stove length. S9.o0: split. Sll Let me have your order now for winter delivery. D. II. Wright, Tel. 13-2. 236-tf :FOR SALE Thoroughbred Holsttin bull, 13 mos. old, thoroughbred Ilolstein heifer 12 mos. old. Dr. E. R. Lvuch "Riversend," Putney Road, Brattleboro, Vt. 236-241 FOR SALE! A pair of heavy work horses! one good drivine mare : one 8- year-old colt, Morgan bred, an extra good one. II. .Drown, JJummerston Post Office. 235-240 FOR SALE AT AFTON FARMTTwo nice male Airedale pups left of that black backed litter sired by brother of President Hardine's Airedale. Sold thrpA nf thpm O. T. DODGE. Upholsterer, 11 Spruce in Brattlboro. one in Bellaws -pulls S'."i St., Tel. 304-11. - 190-tf jeach. Some good younger ones for $15 jtovink and $20. R. A. Newton, Dummerston, KRDSTOFF keep rust off.; Stovink Co. make. W. J. Pentland sells Krustoff. -- 215-255 CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailey's office, 207 Barber block, 'phone 606. Residence 439-J. - 182-tf THE PERSON who was seen taking the baby sleigh from- 8 Elm St. Saturday night better returnsame and save' them selves further trouble. - - -238-240 Vt. TeL 341-2. 237-tf TO RENT TO RENT Room, 17 Clark St. ' - -239-245 TO RENT Rooms. 7 Linden St. 224-tf BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or TO RENT- Tel. 29S-R. -House at 2 West St. 237-239 . ... . " , - - . n jir.-L unc r VUfa n' 85611(1 Mr ment. Phone 617-M. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf - ANYBODY WISHING a Christmas tree, drop me a card as I will arrive Mon day night with 200 as good trees as ever landed in Brattleboro. "Happy" Atkins. ' express and jobber. 238-253 -MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines ' you want for the coining year. I can get them for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South New tane, Vt. 1-tf TO RENT One good two-room npart- 235 tf WANTED Horses to Board Also Livery Horses to Let' at Reasonable Rates Hitches in barn or shed 10 cents Feeds 25 cents BROOKS HOUSE STABLE Tel. 53-X Ladies' and Gentlemen's , Clothes CLEANED, PRESSED AND ALTERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Prompt Service Brooks House Barber Shop TO RENT Modern 5-room tenement. desirable location. Address 1. O. Box 6. 236-tf TO RENT Dry storage room for fur niture. Joel M. Stearns, 13 Flat St. Tel. 249. 211-tf TO RENT Furnished and heated sin- fle or double front rooms facing south. 9 Marlboro Ave. 210-tf TO RENT Dry storage room for fur niture. The Grant Granite Co., 24-28 So. Mam St., Brattleboro, Vt. 192-tf Auto Painting I have leased the paint shop at the Roberts Auto Co. on Elm St., and am prepared to do air kinds of auto and carriage painting. Let me give you a price. E E. G0BIE Tel. 137-W FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Tel. 676-M 10 Putney Road Husband and Wife -My husband ties his shoe strings in sissy bows. II. A. " What Des Your Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adam EXIDE In 1911 the first motor was turned by a starting battery. WHAT , BATTERY WAS IT? It was the EXIDE. Exide is the oldest bat tery in the world. The many years experience has made the Ex-; ide the best battery. Store your bat tery with the new EXIDE BAT--TERY STATION. We collect all work in town. All out of town batteries delivered 10 per cent dis count. Open evenings and Sunday Forenoons. FIRST CLASS SERVICE REASONABLE RATES Tel. 750-M 77 Elliot Street. Exide Service Station C. G. Wellman, Prop. NOTICE Will have a carload of acclimated horses at the Brooks House Stable Friday hoon. Dec. . Some extra n'tce matched pairs and single drivers. R. L. BROOKS Brooks House Stable Tel. 53-X ELECTRIC The new Universal Electric Iron lias arrived the shape is dif ferent the switch is different, right where your - thumb can reach it witltout the bother of pulling out the plug and wires at . the same time. I'd like to show it to you. Other Universal, good in stock such as heaters, grills, toasters and bottles. All sizes and kinds of bottles and the tillers t go with em -pints, qnarts, food jars, etc. Steel unbreakable bot tles in pints, quarts, two quarts and the new unbreakable steel food jars. Universal Bread Makers, two sizes; food choppers, percolators find tea pots. CH AS. F. 172 ANN SS Main TEL S3 SS Main Antostrop Safetr Razors 30-Day Free Trial. Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone 834-W or 834-R FOUND PIANO TUNING EDWARD TV LEITZINGER TeL 388-M After 6 p. m. CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR " 159 Main Street No House Is Better Than It's Plumbing Folks can tell how long your vacation lasted by the number of milk bottles on your back porch. They can also tell by the condition of your plumbing, just how much pride you take in your home. Especial ly is this true in relation to your bath room, the most used room of all. , Are you proud of your bath room? If not, consult us. Fitch Plumbing & Heating Company 49 Elliot St Brattleboro 6 7 2 12 2 17 J8 34 Sfo S 0 35 3i 4 ; 23 3o 2? 2l 14. .25 .25 13 2a .61 Lovell & Telfcr Brattleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Brattleboro, Vermont If Wish to see my brother Dix? Trace around to thirty-si v. Draw from one to two and so on to the end. MAKING GENERAL FOUND On Canal street Tuesday evening child's blue rompers. Owner may have by proving property and paying fori this advertisement. Impure Reformer tiice 240 AGREEMENT NOW Several Things Besides Na val Limitation to Be Included , BLANKET INSURANCE -AH points covered, this' may be realized by your horses if you buy your 0 : BLANKETS ' of us, as We 4 are selling this year a Blanket that has had the largest sales of any Blanket we have- ever carried. For a good looker, substantiality, and crea ture comfort, it cannot be beat. It has a SPECIAL NECK ADJUSTMENT which makes the blanket adaptable to all degrees of weather. STREET BLANKETS at prices that are as attractive as their colorings. , LAP ROBES that are beauties and at prices that can not be duplicated. SKATES, SKIS AND SNOWSIIOES that will help you to enjoy the rigors of winter, and by getting a healthy OUT-OF-DOOR EXERCISE you will enjoy life better, live longer and die happier. LOVELL & TELFER 1 10 Main Street Brattleboro SATISFACTORY SERVICE JAPANESE POLITICS ARE RESPONSIBLE Japs Will Accept American Naval Pro posal Soon Other Proposals to Be Acrepted Later and Finally Combined In One Agreement. By DAVID LAWRENCE. (Special Dispatch to The Reformer.) ('op.vright 1021. WASHINGTON, Dec. t All the ques tions relating tv. datt Uthip construction. fortifications and Far Eastern qui'stions have been, tied tozother and will be em bodied in a general agreement. This is the latent development in the armament conference and with it goes an explanation of the talk of a four-power "treaty" or ' alliance" as well as the var ious steps that will be taken in the im mediate future. Instead of making a senarate arrwnffe- mciit on the rutio of strength in battle shins, the .I:iiHiies;e nre lwinir intriietel to accept the American proposal 011 the understaiuiing th.it there will be an a greenient forbidding any increase in forti fications in the i'acihe. an agreement covering submarines and auxiliary craft, ami an agreement emlKxlying the princi ples mat siiall apply to t l.inese and I'aci he problems. The authority for the foregoing in Kot aro Mochizuki. head of the opposition 1 liartv in the .lananee im rli.imxnf Ui by arrangement with thu Japanese em- II Give Thought nto the many pieces of property that have 'been built at great ex pense only to be wiped out by fire. Every day the flames destroy property to the value of millions of dol lars. . . Reliable Insurance is the only safeguard against financial loss from fire. With this insurance you are as sured reimbursement for the loss. H. E. Taylor & Son "Insurance You Can Depend On." Brattleboro. Vt. If we only had more-time, we could write shorter Ads. We aim" to direct attention to thtruths of our busi ness, the character of its service, and our desire to receive your orders. . National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES. Special-Agent Brattleboro, Vt. Millinery Bargains Big Reduction on All Trimmed Hats One Special Lot of Trimmed Hats reduced to $4.98 Each Donnell & Davis Dainty Toilet Articles are appreciated by every wom an as aids to beauty, health and charm. Have you seen ours? They are worthy of your con sideration as , Christmas gifts for yourself or your friends. A gift de lux supreme! Brooks House Pharmacy bassy had a long conversation with Presi dent Harding on Wednesday at the White House. Cilice he is not an official dele gate, Mr. Mochizuki talks with less re straint. His conception of what is ahead in the conference is based or course upon intimate relationship not only with the Japanese delegation here but upon cable information from Japan. Change In Plan. This correspondent has checkeAl up some of the views expressed by Mr. Moch izuki and finds from American sources that the political situation in Japan is as much responsible for the new tuni which the program has taken as any thing else. Originally it will be remem bered the apparent unanimity of opinion on the naval proposals led to the belief that a separate agreement would be signed on that phase of armament irre spective of what hapitened about the fit her questions on the agends. Both the Americans and the Japanese were ready. Some criticism was heard about the policy of the American delegation being ready "to sign away the American navy" with out knowing what the rest of the program in the Pacific would be. This corre spondent stated tbfn that the United States government had confident assur ances that the Anglo-Japanese alliance would not be renewed. Coincidentally. however, the American pressure for an acceptance of the r-."-3 naval ratio de veloped a delicate situation for the Jap anese cabinet which has honed for an opportunity to prevent any appearance' of conceding to the American view. The j suggestion of a general agreement cover-! in all the points being discussed in the i Washington conference was seized upon as the way out. Hence the Japanese are Veady to ' nccode to the ' naval ratio rr battleships and a plenary session will be held in a few days to announce that fact but the dcci.Mon reached will not be effec tive until en agreement has been made n other points. The Present Formula. The formula is for all the nations to agree, step by st-p. to the battleship ratio. submarines, the fortification cjuestion, and Far Eastern problems and later to embody all the separate memoranda into a single agreement covering the whole business. This project was discussed by the principal delegates and has led to talk of a four-power agreement. The fact is that the four-power idea arose quite naturally out of the American mode of lroceedure in proposing reduction of the navies of Great Britain. Japan and the Cnited States. Then it was determined that since France had fortifications in the Tar East, she too. had been included in any pledge to refrain from increasing naval bases or armament in the Pacific. The plan now is to have these four powers sign the memorandum with respect to naval matters and then submit it for ap proval to the other powers especially con cerned with Far Eastern questions be-r-ause one of the cardinal points in the final agreement will be the settlement of Chinese affairs. In other words it will start with a four-power or possibly a tive-jmwer agreement on armament and will be extended to a nine-power agree ment covering all Pacific and Far East ern questions. There is a chance that Italy will be included in the first naval agreement though it would be purely a courtesy request for the Italians don't possess naval strength in the Pacific. Will Be A "Convention." The final agreement as at present con templated would not be a -treaty in the technical sense but a "convention" and would not have to be ratified by the sen ate since it is construed by President Harding as an "understanding." On the other hand if it should finally be decided to include some provision, requiring the signatory powers to agree not to make war on each other unless a period, of nine months shall elapse for investigation of the dispute, then the document would in volve " obligations" and . would have to be submitted to the senate for ratifica tion. The latter idea is still only a gen eral suggestion without any final author ity back of it though British. Japanese and French delegates are ready to accept it and have talked it over. The United States has such an investigation treaty with Great Britain. France. Italy and about other nations but not with Japan. When it comes to a discussion of this iioint. Mr. Mochizuki hints that the Japanese delegation may ask for a reaffirmation of the Boot-Takahira agree ment, the Lansing-lshii agreement and the arbitration treatv originally negoti ated between the United States , and Janan. He believes the Anglo-Japanese alliance will be automatically abrogated by the convention agreed , upon at the Washington conference. . BANDIT ATTACKS RURAL MAIL MAN Oliver Barrows Escapes After Striig-gle In Barnard Search for Would Be Bobber. BETHEL, Deo. f). Oliver Barrows, mail carrier on the Barnard route, was held on by a lone bandit on Barnard hill yesterday nftetnoon Appearing at a tnrr. in the road, the highwayman, revolver in hand, ordered Barrows to stop. Barrows applied the whip to his horse and tried to drive bv. The bandit then clubbed Barrows over the head several times with the revolver, inflicting many ugly wounds. He then tried to pull him from the sleigh. Bar rows succeeded in eluding his assailant and at once notified the authorities. Two j searching parties under Deputy Sheriff Fred Put nam and Paul F. Wilson are scouring Barnard hill for the man. Almost Everything in This Store Has u Quality that makes it serviceable for Christmas remembrances and especially of serviceable quality. We do not sell tawdry nor tinsel merchandise. We aim to have every article to be such as will fulfill the custom er's expectation for the money paid for it. In almost every case prices are lower than last year. We do not say everything, but wherever it is possible to lower prices you may be sure they are so adjusted. This store is first for its patrons and afterward for its owner. 1 Look this list over: Blankets and Comfortables Linen Table Cloths and Napkins ' Lisle, Wool and Silk Hosiery Lisle and Silk Socks Ladies' and Misses' Wool Scarfs . Leather and Velour Hand Bags Knit and Fabric Gloves Ladies' and Men's Handkerchiefs LadieS' Hand Embroidered Gowns Ladies'. Hand Embroidered Envelope Chemises Ladies' and Children's Knit Underwear Bath Towels - Bead Neck Chains Boudoir Caps Huck Towels, white and colored borders . Hemstitched Sheets and Pillow Cases Ladies' and Men's Umbrellas. - ' y L S. WINFIELD MEADE 109 MAIN. STREET- ,.- . . - Santa Clans 9 Headquarters for " "-. - American Flier Electric Train Meccano Toys Dolls That Talk Snowshces, Skis, Sleds CLAPP & JONES CO. life Perfumes . TOlLET SETS All the Popular Kinds Root's Pharmacy The Store With the Stock CHURCH IN BANKRUPTCY. Creditors File Petition Against Baptist Temple in New York. NI1V YOIIIC. Dec. !).-An involun- tarv petition in bankruptcy was tiled mi federal court yesterday against the Bap tist Temple, an uptown church. The peti tioners, five creditors, asked for a re ceiver, alleging preferential payment to ether creditors, who are not listed. ebts totaling l.itOO are listed by the petition ers, three claims being for money loaned the church. - - - ' : ' , SUBSCRIBE FOR TUB REFORMER; Cerizane Balsam FOR THAT COUGH gives quick relief. "Get a Bottle Today" at The Park Drug Store PIANO TUNING fl'tiH .V;J. M: PERRY. ' Tel. W.