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BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, MONDAY; DECE3IBER 12, 1921. V it t i i I t i V ff . - -at Relieves Headache A little Musterole, rubbed on fore head and temples, will usually drive away headache. A clean, white oint-' xnent, made with oil of mustard, Musterole is a natural remedy with none of the evil after-effects so often caused by "internal medicine." Get Musterole at your -drug store. 35 i C5c, jars 8s tubes ;horpital size, $3. BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER 000HS AND OOP often tenacious, are a drain upon the vital forces. SCOTT'S EMULSION strengthens the whole system and helps drive nut th& nre- disposing cause. Scott & Bowce, Bloomficld, N. J. ALSO MAKERS OF- tail (Tatdets cr Crnu'ss) For BWnzfcSTQVSmJ 'Mil mw m wi mm v m m mm ma messer eso ect cssss ecEtsa ssbs To Hear News of another's loss usually sets us to thinking of our own fu- ture safety and pros perity. Fire is one of the greatest causes of loss and constantly threat ens your welfare. Reliable Insurance will protect you from loss by fire. If your " property is burned you ' will receive indemnity for the loss. H.E. Taylor & Son ""Insurance Yon Can .. Depend On." Ilrattlcboro, Vt. BOND & SON Established 1S72., The Darkest Idea -?in:iipped Exclusive Mortician in Vermont. Facilities and Services I'nsu rpassed. chapel and noojis in our buildin? . - Tel. 2V4 W or II BRATTLEBORO, VT. PROFESSIONAL CARDS, DR. E. L. TRACY, Pliysiefan and Surgeon Main St. O'nce hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p, 7 to 8.30 p. m. Tel. 2.-6. DR. bTE. WHITE, Physician nl Surgeon. Barber BniUing, Rooms 205 and 206. Hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Q:rke tel., 717-W, res., 717-R. DR. G. B! HtJNTEROr!ice at residence. West Br.mleboro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2, and 6.30 to 8 p. m. Telephone, 318. W. J. KAIKETm. D., Ptysician and Surgeon. Otiire. Room 10, Ullcry buildirg. Hours: 8.30 to Q.'O; 1.30 to 3.W; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 429-W. Rcsi'lcnce, 75 Frost, St., 'phone, 429-R. C. RrALDRiCKMrDHv.irs: li30 to 2.30, 7 to 8. Office 'phone, lb5 W; house, 165-R. X ray work a specialty. G. R. ANDERSOir7Surgeon and Phymcian. Surgery a specialty. Office and residence, Brooks House, 128 Main St. Honrs: After noons, 1.30 to 3. evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. 'Phone 2-16. DR. GRACE W. BURirETfTlclairand Snrceon. Markt Block. Elliot St. Office bojifi 30 to ?.. m.; 1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. du Telephone 744-W. I)R. H: I. GREENE, Physician and Surgeon. Office.'-Bank blnrk. Hours: 1.30 to 3. and 7 to B 'p...-rri. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap-pqirjtniL-nt only. EDWARD R. LYNCH, M. D. Surgery a spe cialty. Office, Tark Building. 'Phone, 540. Hrurs, 1 to 4 p. m.;'7 to 9 j. m. Residence. Putney Road. T'hJne, ' 177. Sundays; by ap- (Mi'itnient only. - ; '- DR. A. I. MILLERTrrooker block. BTaTtTe- hoxo.Office hours:.8to 9, 1 to 2, 6,3a lo 8 W." R. NOYES, M7D Piysfcian'Vnd Surgeon, EyCi Ear, Nose and 'Thrift; Glasses fiuedy Hrs. 9-1, 1.30-5. Wed, and S5.tl -Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. IIENRY TT7C1CER'-V Residence,. lTGrove St. i telephone, 258. 'OfRc'e, Leonard block. HourSj1.30to3, aud 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. Dr7. L W A T E R MA Hr Office, 117-Main St. Ovtt ech's storalfs. JO-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W, WDH. LA WE, MiO"tl7.Main St. Hours: lt. and 7 to 8. except Sunday. Tel. 785-W. DR C. G. WHEELEROsteoath'c Physician, lWtBirber It Id sr. Office hnurs: 10 to 12 and 2 tfi :4.; .Treatmeiitbyappointment. Tel. 219-W. riASKiNS A SCIlWEiyKiAftorijejrs and Coun sfUtrs at JLaw. Brattleboron Vt. riferjfi. F. B ARBERe3tist. Unior-fttoeic' Iia'rltboro. (- ; FjRlk" E.B ARBtR, 'Attf rnfey 't'Xa-i: ' Bar- htrtaiilding, Brattleboro ' OJ, SPPUGHEs7L7wyer. 212 Barber BuildinK. IVIc-one U06-W. BSARpws & CO-anAlekalft. aa4':Reanf iiUrrp in coals of all kinds. Office, 37 Main zy., -MiattieDoro. BOND; & SOW, Exclusive Un3ertaWnj. ..hiV srrvii-. Telephone 264 -W. Auto- 4 gnu 'PHONE 354-W Moran & Rohde ; Funeral Directors ; Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont DENBY MAKES NO RECOMMENDATIONS Secretary of Navy Awaits Results of Disarmament , Conference CUTS ESTIMATES BY $261,000,000 v i Bndscr Ifciscd on Policy of "Navy Second to None" Shipping Hoard's Re'tort Shews Disbursements In Excess of Receipts Assets Over Three Iiillion .TAlIIXOTON Dee. 12 Secretary Denhy, in his t'.r.-.t annual report, made mwh : ; kit r Copyright 1921 'Hart Schaftner & Marx Give him a stylish Hart Schaffner & Marx Tuxedo i Next to an automobile, there's noth ing a young fellow would rather have than a stylish new dinner coat the kind we sell. A good automo bile will cost over a thousand dol ars; a good Hart Schaffner & Marx Tuxedo the finest made will cost only MS Goodiiow, Pearson & Hunt Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes -CAP" 8TLI5KS fAMDE 1 CPvM OVERTAKE Hin ANT3 33R1MO- Hn HOrE - POOR LITTLE PELA.OVJ- MS HEfVD MCtHT HWE fNCHED I WAS TOO H.ftbl V irW FORCING HIM .TO GO pul' ir- j-estcrday. announces that he has 'no recommendation to make at this time relative to the naval establish ment". A proposed future policy for the navy is' embodied in the American proposal to the arms conference, but Mr. Denby omits any reference to this. His only statement as reg.mis the confer ence is a recognition of "the arduous and excellent work" performed by the navy general ' board ana individual na val oflicials in the preparation of infor mation preliminary to it. The naval budget for the next fiscal vear already has ix-en submitted to con-,!'S7, . " . it I- in If i linked noon the oitl iiouevi of "a navy second to none" and con templates continuation of the construc tion of nice battleships and six battle cruisers, which would be scrapped under the American proposal for the limitation of world'. naval forces. The totnl of the bud-et, 4S1,754.01M), is (M.()00.(KO less than 'The original esti- inatcs. .Mr. Denby s report discloses, the reductions having been made as a result! of conferences of naval oflicials and bud get officers. Renortirii; to the President the re sults of his vit.it to Haiti and Santo l)o- mino, Mr. Denby says that personally he has not the slightest doubt that the occupation of those countries by the ma rines is beinfc carried on as well as pos sible and that he "is convinced that it is being conducted kindlv and firmly". Shij Operations Expensive. WASHINGTON, Dee. 12 Assets of the United States Shipping board and Kniergency Fleet corporation as of last .June '60 are given as 5,U"U.f'9fl,51S in the report of the board for the lineal year I'.rJl, made public yesterday. Ships owned and controlled numbered 1,740 on that date and the number tied up was 1 . representing about -18 per cent of total tonnage. - " - Revenues received from the operation of ships from the beginning of the Ixmrd to last June 30 total ?l,-l(il.4."!Jt)4 while . expenses of operating the vessels are placed at 2.2."0,'tf4,7UO. . Revenues from sahs of vessels are given as $20;1,.0u7,429 with the cost of the vessels sojd as $32',-Oa't.-V'l. . A statement of financial operations for the ti.-eal year show receipts of SiMW 1?.V 20 and disbursements of .C90,534,4:2G. VERMONT NEWS. The New Willoughbv Lake Jiotel rrop erty in Westmore, with all its furnish ines, has bH.n sold for A.. L. Brapn of St. Johnslmry to Mrs. Lu-:-y A. Hubbard of IJarton, who has run the hotel for the last four years. A Ford coupe beloninu tn C. Colvin of St. Albans and occupied by him and .another man, who were returning from a hunting trip, was totally destroyed by lire Tuesday, starting from a short cir cuited battery wire and fanned by a strong breeze. ! The Haptists in Newport Center have decided to close the church for the win ter, as there are so few members who can attend. The pastor. I.ev. (leorge i Chambers, and family will continue to I occupy the parsonage and he will supply the Advent church, whose pastor. Rev. Y. (. Brown, has returned to New 15ed- 1 ford, Mass. A lively tire occurred Thursday on As ciitr.ev mountain which was plainly vis 1 ible from all surrounding towns. The V private camp of If. K. Foster was de- st roved with all its contents, including A j Mr. FosterJ? clothing, food supplies, tools and records. Mr. Foster estimates his lu-s at about S.TOO. He v. as badlv j biirne il on of hi, his hands tryin belongings. r to rescue some One of the largest hauls of liquor made in that vicinity for some trme was made kllL Ji!MJIlM?gJCTaHJ No, Cap IsnT I ncrna I 5. JisVJ J --- X II rTfir - I f II II 1 rX I 1 M 1 rear the villa?- of Swan ton Friday nipht hv Deputy 'Collectois J., if. eward and 1. K. Dronon when more than 30 gal lons of hif;h proof Canadian hijdi wines v e -e pjken. The liquor was in tin eansi and was being conveyed in a Ford ear; to M. .Mhars, which is well known to tiie or::ik as heinr a regular rum run-t ner. .V '1 'udi the three occupants of! lie Ford escnped it is thought they will j be ro.ir.dcl up and soon brought to jus-t'-e. ' ' To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative RROMO QUININE tab lets. The genuine bears the signature of E. W. Grove. (lie sure you get RROMO.) '!Oe. Advertisement. -r'O j s 4 The Comfortable Way As to income, he's no better off than lots of other men. lkit he doesn't have to worry about tomorrow. Part of his money goes regularly toward a fund that will pay him $100 a month after age 60. If ill or accidentally injured he'll receive $100 a month right away. If he dies prematurely, his family will receive $10,000. You can make the same ar rangement. Inquire. N. A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro, - Vermont Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. Hartford - - 'S A 1 rj-.rf'V-1'-'- v$1 f' TAe Sedan $1995 li.lM. "wwi t-u nam The New Improved Essex a 'Better Car-1-Costs Less You naturally expect Essex cars to be saving in fuel, tires, oil and maintenance. For that is the invariable experience of more than 50,000 owners. . k But the New Improved Essex brings even greater economies than owners of the former Essex know. It is smoother in operation, too, and its reliability is such as to make service requirements even more rare. The recent price reductions give Essex a price advan tage that neither motorists nor ourselves ever thought could be possible. Touring $1195 Roadster . $1195 PriexM f. o. Manley Brothers Co., Lid. HIGH STREET a Rit Well! Variety. a new dishwasher I'rat -We the house. l.avi at Frater How so? Frat I noticed the difference in the fingerprints on my plate. I'enu State Froth. iwo nunorcfi ami sixty-tour women in the T.ritish civil service receive sal aries ot 52O0 or more a year. - " r ? ? A. 5r i Ciudiun Walhcr snd Allan Carter in at the Auditorium Thursday, - T-r-i.-.".; r.-XiT sm .mm jSkaui ' J K f 1 f. Sedan b. Detroit $1985 Cabriolet $1335 V i -,V' i SAw W- ?Vi-f lt. t.-L-, r 1 l&SJ ITS t 'ferS fc? Mrs ; m o. 6. Dsfroif Protected by Georce Matthew Adams ALL. TIIE CRITICS SAY "Some Girl IS Some Show TRY TIIE REFORMER S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS 1 4 -4 4 the pretty duct scene in "Some Girl" Dec. 13. Seats ready today. By EJwina 5 -'sT ?S( : c ...,..., . VTJ y j !