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THE BR ATTLEBOR O DAILY REFORMER MONDAY DECEMBER 12, 1021.
. . .,... - - - - . - - -.-.. - - ,t , - - - - r . . ARTICLE 2 LIKE 1 OLD MICLE 111 Really Pledge to Protect Territorial Integrity In Pacific ..; SENATE MAY MAKE A RESERVATION THE FOXY JUDGE ' & THE RAZOR THAT SHARPENS ITS OWN ,MD POUt IT INTO THS BVei AlmcEvery th is '. .... :- . -' . . r Store Has a Qudlity r : BLADE'S 3v , UtfM, in coinptct cu, 15.09 A GKristmas gift for men Jlfi ten seconds a man gets a freshly stropped blade with this raaor. Morning after morning he enjoys the same comfortable have. The Valet AutoStrop Raabr strops. 'haves and cleans without removing the blade. Saves money on blades every month in the . year. Come in and ask for a demonstration today. It will settle one or more of your gift tvobiems. A Variety of attractive sets $5.00 to $25.00. CHAS. F. EV2Af&M BR ATTLEBOR O. VERMONT TEL. H8 MAIN Jaat m imm vtmYwm n tkm ttritft ths hldm i JtMa again flow to Invest $10 at 1 Interest U . : By our most generous Partial-Payment Plan you can invest SI 8 or tnira M at yeor coatenleace and receir 7 per cent Interest in tall & every payment, s la addition; yon ultimately becomo the proud owner of a tUttiKAL TRUST BONT, issued for five or 10 years with interest paid every six aoatns g by attached coupons. See what $10 a month invested in Partial-Payment I Receipts, bearing our present rate of 7 per cent interest, will do: 1st Payment $10.00. 2nd "Payment $10.00. 3rd Payment $10.00. 4th Payment $10.00. ,&tn Payment $10.00. th Payment $10.00. 7th Payment $io.T. Ktb Payment $10.00. Wh Payment $10.00. 10th Payment $10.00. Interest 9 months at 7 per cent, Interest 8 months at 7 per cent, Interest 7 months at 7 per cent. Interest 8 months at 7 per cent, Interest 5 months at 7 per cent, Interest 4 months at 7 per cent, Interest S months at 7 per cent, Interest 2 months at 7 per rent. Interest 1 month at 7 per cent. .53 .47 .41 .3.-, JO .23 .IS .12 J09 $100.00 $2 At "Coon completion of the 10th payment, we iye yon a One Hundred Dollar COLLATERAL TRUST BOND, bearing the current rate of interest tt time Jsroed (the present rate is 7 per cent), and $2.64 cue. for the accumulate interest.-' , i- COLLATERAL TRUST BOItDS (formerly called Debenture Bonds) hare era issued and guaranteed by the VERMONT LOAH AND TRUST COM Alf V for the - past thirty-three years without loss of a pnny to any holder. Interest is paid promptly at maturity upon presentation ot the coupons. , Onr Partial-Payment Plan was created for advertising purposes, to acquaint more people with the merits ot out COLLATERAL TRUST BOHDS. It has helped- soany persons save, money who otherwise would not have saved a dollar. There is nothing to lose and everything to gain in buying bonds in this way. If you wish to take advantage of this unusual offer, it would be well to make your first payment at once. Call or write. Out-of-town accounts solicited. . Vermont Loan & Trust Company F. B. PCTNA5L Sales Manager. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT i : SSmRIIIEIBifflmiliilHM! Wim ifijiiuisiiaia HI In lit! 1 Broth ers SMS 3HHIIJil Co. , ... na :P8mLl ( ) bamd l; llll'i' Iirl LA RUBBER FOOTWEAR --Pa i i s V "U-JtV Make a S&nulhlo Christmas Pr&m&nt Stout warm rubber -footwear is useful gift and a valuable gift. It means healtb and comfort 'When you give "Ball-Band" Rubber Foot wear you Tiive many, many days of protection to the feet, and the wearer saves his leather shoes. Boys and girls like new rubbers and to the men they are always welcome Would Not Allow Use of American Army or Navy Withotrt iVpprov'al ot CongTess European Pact May ! Follow Adop 'tion of Pakrlflc Agreement. ' ' Py DAVID LAWRENCE. . (Special Dispatch to JTbe Reformer.) Copjrigbt Uei. !. ,T V WASHINGTON, Dec. 12. Hurtoty rpripftts itself ft stranse Ways. After President Wilson tried to' buiVVa. league of nations vrita article, 10 as "the heart" of its covenant and "the United States" senate rejected it, 'nndther. 'American executive now has negotiated a treaty rrMtin another league of nations, f somewhat restricted scope geographically, but embracing the same objects a'ivil with an article - which replaces the 'famoas article 10. Territorial integrity. opposition by the other member. Of the groups Koiuething'of the same kind is be ing talked of to preserve a European peace. it 11 sohitiou of the German problem. a After thfe r new Treaty Jfpecifies that the Germany and Great Britain which in the four nations bhall :eVpecf each Other's -Pame way ftiarantew the one against, the rights inlthVVas; io territorial integrity and administrative independence Of tThina, thetcit of he new article 2 pays: :."If the said rights are. threatened by the aggressive action of any, othr power, the high contracting parties (the United States, Japan. Great Britain and France) shall communicate with one another fully The formula ar a world-wide fcignificance and may be ap plied "to other parts of the'globe. JAILED FOR WANT OF BAIL. , (Coufinned -from Tage 1.) chances escape. of letting a desperate prisoner and frankly in order W n Bn-- Commissioner ' Miner tixed derstanding as tothe mos . effic ten meaa.j$5000 amJ Marhal Carpenter bail at A - k. ures .to .be taken '.nt'y or Pa . rIpondent to Newfane that evening, meet the exlgenes of the particular wt-K,lih(.r is abo,lt years old. He savs uation . he nervel eight. years in the navy. ,lle Compare the f oromg xv-.t i the famous hia wife after he was arrested article 10 of the covenant of the Snd was pecting her at Wood-tock the ersailles treaty which reads as fol-.h?if thp, maihal arrivd thcre to bring lOWS: . . Kim .tft KeattUhoriv For th Tt W The members of the league undertake, mnnth9 hA .,., v-n win- nn frm in swung -himself aboard. Seizing Barrow by the collar he tried to choke him, then used -hi long barreled revolver as a club and rained a shower of, blows on the mail carrier's head. Barrow, who . attributes his escape from death to the heavy ckp which he was wearing, grappled with hi foe. Back and forth they struggled as the sleigh careened np the road behind the terrified horse. Then Barrow caught his adversary off his guard, gave-him a 'tre mendous shove and toppled him into the roadway. When Barrow had brought his - horse to a stop and had taken ah inventory of his own bruises, he gave an alarm of the attempted robbery j Citizens "were holding Kelliher when - rjheriiE Fairbanks and Deputy .Sheriff. C. 3. Paul, arrived to in vestigate the case. , - ; According -to Sheriff Fairbanks;: Kelli her has confessed to his part in the crime saying that he was "broke" and wished to obtain money With which to go to 'Boston. to-respect and preserve as against etter mronai intcj independence nal aggression the territorial integrity existing rxMitieal members of the leame. In case of L".".: Windsor, county. r f ?11 5 : Ir- a. who is p any past middle age, is recovering from two t-evere scalp wounds su i ... ---- r -;tYersaT.v . alter the latter had jilm or danger of such aggression the .coUnrtl ' . . B,tii, i,.---, aiii in Brv 11 advise Upon t he means by wlllCh tMnnt trt frll.tn th .rr.-.il rarrUr i shal this obligation shall be fulfilled." Moral Obligation Objected. i inflicted by a revolver swung by his 'ad- after the latter had jumped at- to frighten the -mail carrier into intonnins' his hortic, IMr. "Barrow, 'According to tits story, was The debate in the senate which defeated, from Barnard village, about 2 o'clock the Versailles treaty brought OL't n"om the when Kelliher stepped suddenly into the Kepublican side the objection that article road from behind a fencyr pointed a re , , , ... -v viilver at him and strode toward the 10 conveyed a moral obligation to preserve j-j, the peace as between the nations signing, ,fonxr up your h,nd9j- barked the bandit. , Barrow stared tfxedly into the features r i. i.Ai.t.. w-j. : i . 1. i-i n rtA t-.v rr. if t Mof T n u .irr. 1 Vr ... a.oi'v. " innvmiinf fn ruin nr. . - -: " r his horse, then the treatv. The same oblixatiOn now is imposed, moral in character, "upon the. United States, Japan. Great Britain and' action of any other power is met. Aim smjjj, ooiiganon is convevea m "Stop your bluffing," was his gooa- uatured rejojmler, , - , .. NL am t blufhng not by a damned snapped the man with the with each' nn hnder- tuat the powers communicate other in order to arrive aj nn.nnoer-i Mantling as to tne most craojeni -measures v;Kt to be taken." This "comparison Tevtals J ' .Keeping the mail carrier well within Harding administration toward interna- fw,A f .u,, fK-.,: mal s head. .But Barrow., now realizing more siznilicantlv than anything else the strides which have been made by the tibnai co-operation even thVmtrh the word ing of the formula may X'' be was not the victim of joke had tor. Borah and somef the irrrnncilables divlnwl the other's mfve. , - " nay oppose article 2. but the Democrat, f ached forwartl the nf?t in. i, ".f'V'T fV ". Kant the cri.sp air ethoed the crack of a I.odse who now embraces article J2 without II I f'iv'-vr. ..-r ...... 1 I f-Mn-'g'!gff:?wl--'-?-'g.'''-' ' .".-'" "I'll I " M.I.MiiM IUI I Hlll' , 1 in iiiiiiliiiiiTrirfTTBiiniBuriiirit miiMMina " ir--",iTtiiii risTBsW-smf" "Yrr j--.' ' Sp ecial Christmas Sale of Felt Slippers For Men and Women Now Going On IplTers you a remarkable opportunity, to select practical gifts and marked savings. Glean, fresh stock in special fancy cartons. SHOP EARLY, WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE tOMPLETE ' - c The Fatnily Shoe Store hesitation, will form a stron enouiih coalition to put the treatry through though it would not be pirprising to, see a resor. vation attached to article M to. the effect that the ITdted States assumes no obli gation under that article .to use military r naval forces unless congress shall by joint resolution so approve. But the . situation' . is different today from what .it was when .Mr. .Wilson was president. The Democrats are committed to the idea of article 10 so they can hardlv (refuse to accept the new article 3- ;Simi- larly Air. Harding is not unlikely to agree to tnich a reservation as he originally voted for and Mr. Lodge sponsored.. With keVpect to "China. The rights in the Pacific which might be disturbed are mainly the rights of the principal powers with TeMect to China: John Hay, 'the distinguished secretary of state of the McKinley administration, placed America on record ns guaranteeing the rijrhts in the PaeiSc which mean observing the territorial integrity and po litical independence of China, and placed the other powers on record, as willing to observe the principle, of equal commercial opportunity in the Far East. The prin ciples written by John Hay have been proposed again by Elihu Hoot as a mem ber of the American delegation and pro claimed anew. . , Secretary Hughes indeed read to. the plenary session these principles before Mr. Lodge announced the text of .the treaty so the connection might be apparent be tween the four principles which contain the rights that might be subject to dis pute in the Far East, and a possible ag gressive notion by any power. The first cf the principles rcadj as follows: 'Protection of China. 'To respect the sovereignty, the inde. pendehce and the territorial 'administra tive integrity of. China.." This language, together with the provisions of the treaty, especially articte 2. make it in cumbent -upon the TTnited States as. well as the other powers to sec to it that Cnina is protected as against external aggres sion. . . : . - Thus the treaty between the four pow er will embrace,, the , agreements pre vi6usly reached as to jhe' principles that shall govern in the Far East., Only this time a solemn obligation .Is 'entered into, the powers to consult with Vach other a to "efneient mea-iircs' that. shall bo taken ti. meet any "aggressive action" by inny r-owers. It is interesting-to note that these "efficient .ni&strres''- cs'n be tiken "jointly or scparatelj" so. that coneeiv ably the jUnited Ktat, . Great .Britain and France might be allied on one side as against' Japan if the latterCook, any "ag gressive action" hi the Tar.Eat. ... 'The ne,wtreaty represents n new Jdea in diplomacy. Instead . of rimming .all the j mendiy powers on one ide.. m an en tente as, against', another group , which j mightpifehtially be cwnstnieil a laving Opposite., interest, the .pact 'gathers to- gather, the very-powers Who .arc likely t Jare dispntes with roh -other and -hinds them to keep the peace nnder penalty of whip and the, hore galloped .np the road. As a Tcsult of a recent poisoning case in Paris, fa, law has "been promulgated prohibiting the sale' of bacilli, the same as laudanum an?, The like, without a doctor 'a prescription, on the around that the bacillus is the modern poi6neri ready weapon. ! SACO WOMAN HURT. S. WliN WiM) . RACO. Me. Mrs.TIamirton of tha city teOs of a quite painful experience she had arid how she came safely through tt, ow ing to 'a trvatraent originated by tuScoteh doctor. Mrs. Hamilton, ftays: have received 'great benefit Trotn its use. It is the, best thing for hums, headache land all kinds of pain. A short time .Hoce I caught my ringer in an iron trap, thoiight I - had broken the finger, and would. lose the. nail, hut I - kept it atnratcd" with Mysterious Pain 'Hase-. and itlrame.out ail right in a short time and 'did not erc'o ktare a near." I cannot say too much Jpf ttri merit. Hope It will always be kept In my home." " " " ' Tnrongh the recommendatioo of one perwn to another .Mj Ft erions,, Pain Ea-M? has been used for Sciatica, neuritis, neu- Mti TrtCtfr, r4mtu iflKlatntf .fiatfi arising anywhere from inflammation, wtrance; then apply f or insurance with stiff neck, rhcoroaUsia. brims, Bprains of us, National Life Ins. Co. of At. XMn al! ktnLj. lumbago and pain arising hny-it"" ) '.L, a , . . wfcere from inflaiamation. Advertise- I-. t. DINrJ, Special -Agent, meet. . I Brtttlcboro. XL that makfs it serviceable for Christmas remembrances and "espcciaUyof serviceable quality. . --.:'; ' We do -ijot stl tawdry nor tinsel merchandise. We aim to liave every article to be such as' will 'fulfill "trie custom er's expectation for the money paid for ft. v In almost "every case prices are lower thin 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 patrohs and afterward for its owner. . Look this list over: Blankets and Comfortables Linen Table Cloths and Napkins Liste, Wool and Silk Hosiery Lisle and Silk Socks Ladies' and Misses' Wool -Scarfs- V V Leather and Velour Hand Bags " ICnit and Fabric Gloves . Indies' and -Men's Handkerchiefs Ladies' Hand Embroidered Ccrwhs-- - Ladles' Hand Embroidered Envelope Chemises 'Xadiei' and Childf en's Knit Underwear Bath Towels Bead Neck Chains Boudoir Caps- . Huck Towels, white and colored "borders Hemstitched Sheets and 'billow, Cas-i-Ladies' and Men's UmbrelTas. 109 MAIN STREET ' He argues well who says . "Tluit which adds to comfort and .ssafcty chilblains -nain adds to life." Apply this thought to in Alii THE CRITICS SAY "Some Girl IS Some Shaw 4 Th e the Ciiristiiias Home of Wiil Be Paid December 15, 1922, by Club THE BRATTLEBORO COMPANY TRUST to the two members -of the 1922 Christmas Club who -submit the Nearest .Estimates ' . , . FIRST: $10.00 Tbtal 'Namber of Aceouhts Opened in 1922 Club, SfeCOND: $10.00 Total Amount Deposited in 1922 Club THs contest is open :to any member of ourJChristmas "Club who 'completes 'lus "fayment8 during the 50-week period of the Club, but -rid estimate will be considered if made by a director, officer or employe of this bank, or by anyone after January .15, 1922. . v. .For 'further fnformatiori .inquire at tire CHRIsTMXS.CLUB window.'.. Join Now the 1922 Christmas Club Ttverity Dollars THE BRATTLEBORO The in Gold TRUST COMPANY (THE HOME OF THE CftftlSTMAS CLUB) (To be filled in and signed) . y ' CONDITIONS : All . contestants must be members of our 1922,Chrinmas Chib and must make their weekly payments each Week for fifty weeks they arc due, or in advance, and this blank properly filled nbut 'must be de livered or mailed td us prior to January 15, 1922. , v :.' v' '. . . '. , ' . : - i My estimate of Total Ateonjits in your 12 Club is My eslimate of Total Deposits In your t922 CInb is :.. A 3 If 3 tt h ! -t f i t Xame ALL THE CRITICS SAV Address DUNHAM BROTHERS C "Some Girl Christmaa Chib Ac'connt No. IS Some Show 4 4