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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 5 Cents a line first Insertion; Wnts a line each subsequent Insertion. Cash in AdYrtnce. Sliniraora Charge, 0 cents. Ldvell & Telf er Drattleboro's Oldest Reliable . Hardware Store Brattleboro, Vermont Stories of The Christmas Carols WANTED FOR SALE Vermont National Batik 07MainSt:22G-tf 07 Main St. 22G-tf WANTED Boarders. 17 Clark St. WANTED Boy. "WANTED Girh WANTED Odd jobs. . Tel. WANTED HAW FURS C. L. C04 M. 2?a tf Howe. 232-tf FOR SALE Dry wood Tel. 334-4. FOR SALE Good right.Tel. bOG-X. FOR outfit. Perley ria:ite. 7-tf fire wood, price SALE Excelsior Tel. 30'2-W. WANTED 1.1-1 4. Light housework. Tel.' CT. Boston Fruit Store. WANTED Tel. 100S-W. WAN TED Boarders a week. 127 Elliot St Work by day 'Kin "jr. hour or 2i:MM7i - printing press FOR SALE Two-tenement. bouse. 12 Beach St. Tel. 52Q-W. 2Q0 tf f FOR SALE (llass show cases for can- IMotf harness and Old 3.M-15. 211--JK; TUI! SALE llorso, Comfort fileii'h. Tel. and roomers. hour.- .Mrs. it.oi , FOR SALT! An S-horse power caso- line pTiptnp Jr:int flranite Co. 177-tf WANTKD Work by the Herbert Merrill, 11G Elliot street. 2'U-tf W ANTE D By two young women, table board. Address Bos DO, Reformer Office. Ay-tt WANTED Phonograph for typewriter. Address F Reformer. SALE Wood sl2 per cord, Tel. Frank Seers, Vernon, Vt. "FOR SALE Furniture" and new and second-hand, at J. B. ELECTI11C ranges Dunton's. FOR SALE Dry Lard wood, chunks .or split. E. E. Mather, Tel. 13-5. 174-tf FOR SALE -tf WANTKD Housekeeper for man with two small children. Address Box SS Reformer Ollice. in exchange IT i n.l " " V,ot ( and bone. W. P. Richardson Co. 211-tf -Fresh ground beef scraps c-o. FOIL SALE to order. J. J, Fonr-ft. wood or : l'erkins & Son. Tel. :i won ,.-2l !i::-tf WANTED 1,000 fowl. 27e. a pound live weight. Send card, M. Black, box 28.3, Brattleboro. lol-tf WANTED Housekeeper for family of two in the country. Address "II. inn keeper," cart; Reformer. liolMf "WANTED Capable woman for gen eral housework in family of two. .Mrs. Ruth Filion, 20 Centralist. 238-243 ""WANTED At " once. " by two adults, three or four rooms with hath fur light housekeeping; preferred furnished, and with heat and light. 1'. O. Box 505. 23G-tf cribs with mattress. Mrs. L. II. Barber. 230-tf "lWr"sTLlThree G. eT' horse power geared motors, 25 each. Reformer Office 23(5-24! SALE Fifty Wyandotte ilso Langsham cockerels. rear-Tel. WANThD ladv wishes 2:0 ;iaron. A middle a position Address 15. aged American as hou.-ekeeper, M., r: Clark Sr. 211-210 roil "ngs, : 324-15 FOR SALE Hard, dry wood, split or chunks. II. N. Newcomb, Guilford. Vi. Tel. 1 7-1(5. 23S-245 NAI.K I'.oech and Maple woo;!, price sl' ami $12 per cord. F. E. Oam mell. Tel. 211-12. 211-tf The new Universal Electric Iron has arrived the shape is dif ferent the switch is different, right where jour thumb can reach it without the bother of pulling out the plug and wires at the same time. I'd like to show it to yon. Otlier Universal goods in stock such as heaters, grills, toasters and bottles. All sizes and kinds of bottles and the tillers to go with 'em pints, quarts, 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 and tea pets. wrcMC? sr. tu 33 Main TEL S3 S3 Main Actostrcp Safety Razors 30-Day Fre Trial. Trepared for Community Service by Prof. Peter V. Dykema, Uni versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. WANTED Regular and side line salesmen to sell a high-class patented nr ticle. Sells to merchants. Quick money. Liberal commission. For particulars write Box 555. care Reformer. 213-245 "WANTEI- Agents" for Ladies Flannel Petticoats, ?s3.25 Doz. Ladies Stwkings $1.10 Do.', .-sample Petticoat and (5 1'r. Stockings sent C. O. I), for S1.2o. Writ for Catalogue. Progressive Sales Co. 241-2i POSITION WANTED By an expe rienced man as nurse or attendant for an elderly man. References as to character and ability can be given. Address C. II. Bodge, 03 Pine St., Brattleboro. 'Phone 1S4-Y. 230-213 i I Ce SPECIAL NOTICES Upholsterer, 11 Spruce 100-tf O. T. DODGE, St.. Tel. 30-1-11. KRUSTOFF keeps rust off. Stovink Co. make. W. J. Pentland sells Krustoff. 115-25 CniROPODIST Bailey's office, 207 006. Residence 43 -Dr. Briggs et Dr. Barber block, 'phone 0-J. ls2tf FOR SALE B 'st tpiaiity maple syrup, soft and cake sugar upon order. II. L. Miliington, Tel. 5.-3-R. 2:.0-tf j YOW SALE Five nice, fat sheep and 1 lambs. One express sleigh and one store J glass cabinet. Phone 017-M. 235-tfj FOR SALEDry rock maple stove I wood, or chunks cut in stove length. S12 per cord load. E. I). Swain, Box 50 So. Newfane, Vu 234-212 FOR SALE Drv rock maple stove wood, or chunks cut in stove length. $12 ; t er cord load. I.'. 1). Swain. Box f0. So.! Newfane, Vt. 212-252' j "FOR bronzf ner. terley. FOR SALE We are now ready to de liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wool Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length. Holdcn & Martin Lumber Co. 15s-tf " FOR SALE G reeu 4-foot wood," '8S per cord: stove length, ?0.5() ; split, SI I. Let me have vour onler now for wic.ter delivery. D. H.Vright,Teh 13-2. 23i-tf 1 FOR SALE Bungalow ot seven rooms, i acres of land in Venum. aiso 2 l.id steads, s) rimrs, mattress, tmreau, c m- ::;ide. Mrs. Edward Tomb. 57 Wasliir-! ton St.. Bratt h'.oro. 2(2-271 Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Main Street Telephone S.1I-W or 834-R SALE We still have a few turkeys left for a Christmas din Please order soon. W. S. B-i-Tel. 507-W. 213-217 BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscription-' or ou reduced club rates. Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf ACTION". COUNTS Oet busy, $20 a day easy. Take orders in sr. rases, stores,' homes, for i;"W patent articles. Write ouick. Car-Ku Sj.ecialty Co. Barre, 't. 241-2K! ANYBODY WISHING a Christmas tree, drop me a card as I will arrive Mon day night with 2iK) as good trees as ever landed in Brattleboro. "Happy"' Atkins, express and jobber. 238-2.53 1 MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES Write me about what magazines you i want for the coining year. I can get theiuj for you at money saving prices. Mrs. G. M. Love, Magazine Specialist, South Ncw tane. Vt. 1-tf LOST ! l'OK SAFE Choice: No. 1 Baled hay at 1.50 p- r hundred lbs. OraioFa " Stock Food, ?;1.75 per H: $."3 ton. Fancy Bread four 1-S sack $1.15; Fancy Pa-try tiour, 1-8 sack, 1. Brattleboro Grain Go. 2!Uf FOR SALE AT AFTON FARM, two nice male Airedale pups left of that black backed litter sired by brother of President Harding's Airedale. Sold three of them in Brattlboro, one in Bellows Falls. S25 each. Some good younger ones for .si 5 and 820. R. A. Newton, Dummerston. Vt. Tel. 311-2. 237-tf TO RENT TO RENT Room, 17 Clark St. 230 T Tel. KENT- !i m- os-!:. FO T Between Brooks Keene. N. IF, via Hinsdale lot, auto tire, tire rim and bi House ami ami Ashue a'ket, miri- To i; 10 u !oca: -d. ; r.'gi at 1' -pace. ( West St. 237-2: 50 Birge St. 243 tf Toys! Toys! Toys! Games Kodaks Skates Snow Shoes Skis Razors Knives Flash Lights Camp Grates Footballs Tennis Rackets Sec Fred Harris's Ski Model in our window Our store is closed from 7-50 till 8.30 Tuesday morning. Christmas Carols is a term used to de scribe a large variety of songs which are to be used during the Christmas season. They are of two main types the religious and the convivial : the one celebrating the birth of Jesus: the other exalting mirth and feasting. Only lately has much atten tion been given to this material by serious musicians. During the. IStli century the carol literature was of the humblest kind. Such material as was available was handed on by tradition. Many of the older ones have doubtless been entirely lost and many that we now hear have been ' considerably piodernized. Davis Gilbert seems to have been the first per son who attempted to tix these vanishing memories of the nast. The Reformer publishes herewith the fourth of a list of 10 of the best Christmas Carols which are to be used in Brattle boro durine the Christmas season under the inspiration of Community Service: O Little Town of Bethlehem, One of the finest Christmas carols of the l.-ss 'traditional groups is O Little Town of Bethlehem, bv Phillips Brooks, the beloved Boston divine tls35-1S.3) This was written for Sunday school sing ing when the composer was bishop of the Eniscottal diocese of Massachusetts. He first sent it out anonvmously. but as the jhymn gained favor the authorship became j known. ti The words of this carol well portray the spirit of simplicity and tranquility of Bethlehem, and its inhabitants whu so Utile suspected that n King was in their midst. Although written especially as a Christmas song, it is of such a nature that it is often used on other occasions. Many musical settings of this beautiful poem have been made, but the two that are most used are by the English coin poser. Joseph Barnby I whose Sweet and Low is a universal favorite), ami the American comioser, Louis II. Redner (1S31-F.I0N). 1. O little town of Bethlehem! How still we see thee lie; BLANKET INSURANCE AH points covered, this may be realized by your horses if you buy your BLANKETS of us. as we 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 tneir 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 110 Main Street Brattleboro SATISFACTORY SERVICE & Above thy deep and dreamless The silent stars go by : V-t in thy dark streets .-hincth The everlasting Light : The hopes and fears of all the Are met in thee tonight. deep. I low silently, how silently The wondrous gift is giv'n ! So God imparts to human hearts l'lie blessings of His heav'n. Xo ear may hear His coming. Hut in tins wore! of sin. Where meek souls will receivt The dear Cliri-t enters in. HOOVER SUGGESTS ANOTHER CENSUS Considerable Dissatisfaction With Figures of Last Count DISAPPROVES OF JANUARY WORK Him still,' i II. M. WOOD The Old Reliable Sporting Goods Man . Enumeration Sliould Be Made In April Manufacturers too Much Annoyed by. Government Satisticians Census Fig ures Are Sufficient. . j WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. Because of j a "considerable dissatisfaction" with thej result of the count in the census taken last January, the house census committee! considering legislation providing for an-j other enumeration of the population of: the United States in 1!2." or some other j year prior to the next decennial census,! Secretary Hoover says today in that por- j tion of his annual report dealing with the activities cf the census bureau. "This proposed legislation has my ap proval," Mr. Hoover says, adding that "it has frequently been contended that the distribution of the inipulation as shown by the reports of the 14th census is ab normal; that prior to that enumeration there was a great movement from rural I to urban districts winch, since the enu- Franli Calabrise Held in $."O.O00 Bail for ' iteration, has been neutralized in large O holy Child of ItPthlehem ! Descend to us, we piny: Cast out our sin an. I enter in. Be boni in us today. AVe hear the Christmas angels The preat. .."d tidings tHl ; () eon 1' Ui lis, abide with us. Our Ford EmumpdJ "t Wcrdsi-bv Phillips Brooks. I Musi tv Lewis H. Redner. ' - $ ' Next carol : Deck the Hall. SUSPECTED MAIL ROBBER. ; ished room centmily and bath. Tel. .V'.-X. JKF-'l's ber plate Xo. 370.-1 ami tail light. Finder; please return to Brooks House Barber : Shop r.T-d receive reward. 24 1 -2 12 TO BEXT ound lioor, Four room on Green St. apartment. Tel. 017-M. 242tf WANTED Stenographer and Assistant Bookkeeper Address X. Y. Z.. Reformer Office 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 TO BENT Iry storage room for fur niture. Joel M. Stearns, 13 Flat St. Tel. 240. 211-tf TO RFXT of bath. eli Tel. 23S-M. - Furnis trie li' front Man room, u-se prefvri ed. 2(2-2(7 ! I IO bbN I r urnished and heatod sin- south. 210-tf gie or double front rooms facing 1:) Marihoro Ave. TO RENT jniture. The 1 So. Mam St.. Dry storage room for fur Grant Granite Co., 24-2(5 Brattleboro. Vt. 102-tf TO BEXT Five modi rn im;iro eineiil! dross Apartment c room aoartnient. , -team heat. Ad Ib'former. 24 H f TO BEXT Eight room house, hot wa ter heat, electric lights' and gas connec tions. Located at li'.l So. Main St. For particulars see Ceo. X. Bice or addres-. Box 8!. 241-21" WANTED j V'hicli Costs More? Turkeys, Ducks, Geesi Chickens, Pigs, Veal S. LEVESQUE & SON Tel. 923 : J Dressmaking Dresses beaded and braided a specialty. Reasonable price and satisfaction guaranteed. MBS. PAULINE WILSON .. 5 School St. Tel. 791-11 Thomas mi ' l snitan Fire Accident Insurance Liability . Life Wilder EWg., Brattleboro PIANO TUNING ,1. M. PEKBY , Tel. Iil8-V To Have Insurance Not Need It OB To Need Insurance , -Not Have It :nd and Geo. M. Clay '."General B:mk Block Insurance Ajencj - .Brattleboro, Husband and Wif My husband props his feet up ou the front porch railing. 1. YV. YV. What Does Year Husband Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adam BROOKS HOUSE New York Hold up. JEUSEY CITY, Dec. 1.1. The first suspect arrested in connection with Now York's S2.(Hmmmi mail robbery Oct. 21, yesterday was laid i:i S.".(I.(MM bail for a hearing next Monday. In default of .bail, he was sent to the Essex county jail in Newark. The suspect was Frank Calabrise. a Ilobokeu taxi driver and hackninn. whose arrest on suspicion more than a month ago did not become known until the county authorities pressed federal agents for prosecution, with the implied warning that the suspect might be turned loose otherwise. i G. E. Sherman Manager Consequently, Calabrise yesterday after-, '. noon was neiil tieiore l nitetl Mates Com-1 missioner tjueen. 1 he complaint, made by postal Inspector Joseph S. Vick of Xew York, charged Calabrise with steal-i ing four pouches of registered mail from' a mail truck being driven along lower Eroadway by Frank Ilaverneck. Accord-: ing to tup postal authorities. Ilaverneck' identilied the suspect in the lineup after : he had put on a pair of glasses. Calabrise protests his innocence ami asserts he can1 : establish an alibi. X' t , 1 T - 1 t I .Nt-ur Mraiui uHpins ;i memorial lias I been erecteil to Michigan's tirst business j woman. Mine. La Framboise fully managed a trading tost in the Grand ' Uiver valley more than lOO years ago. NOTICE Horses Will have it carload of acclimated horses at the llroohs House Stable Friday noon. Dec. .K Some extra nice matched pairs and single drivers. II. L. BKOOKS Iirooks House Stable Tel. 53-X Christmas Dinner at THE NOUTHF1ELD East Northfleld, Mass. $1.50 Monday, December 20 Reservation of tables may now be made. Tel. Northfield 41. Ambert ('. Moody. Manager E. Everett Martin, Ass't Manager CARL F. CAIN MEKCHANT TAILOR J.'.'j Main Street DANCE Hardy's Famous Orchestra Wednesday Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes CLEANED, TRESSED AND SMtsfaetion (iiuu-Atiter Prompt Srvie . Brooks House Barber Shop measure by a reverse movement ; and that this shifting of the population affected the totals for certain states, thus influencing the apportionment ot representatives in congress." No More Winter Counts. Census taking in January is disap proved on the ground that the weather in that month is a serious handicap to the enumerator, delaying the work sml mak ing it necessary "to take unusual precau tions to insure a complete, canvas. The report says the time for taking the next census should be in April, as was the case before the last census. The fhange lor the last census was maue. it says, at ie request of various interests making use ot agricultural statistics, the idea ov ine that more acciiratp statistics could fw obtained concerning the activities of thel farms if the canvas was made shortly after the end of the year to -which it re lated. Mr. Hoover also says that the new di rector of the census, William M. Steuart is of the opinion that changes be made in methods of procedure, if not in the scope of some of the inquiries. "It would hasten the publication of the figures, for the total imputation," the re port says, "if the supervisors in the vari- ! (t--iiii.t tea w v: iuv; ni uiiiiiiui i iruii t WHO SIH'CrSS- ! n1(1 niitinnnpnil t liz iuinnatiAn fc:iiKiwf frt correction, for the political subdivisions of their districts." To avoid duplication of effort and eliminate annoyance to manufacturers and others, the commerce secretary says he lias asked the director of the census to negotiate with other statistical bureaus of the federal government looking to a con solidation of effort in this direction. "Many complaints have been received from manufacturers and others concern-J ing the numerous requests made by the', federal bureaus for statistical and other! information." Mr. Hoover says. "I feelj confident that in many instances the pc-j riodic investigations of the bureau of cen-! sus are all that is necessary to make and that the investigation of the other bureaus could, with advantage, bo discontinued." Calling attention that part of the cen sus records were destroyed in n recent (ire in the department of commerce build ing, Mr. Hoover declares; that a hall of records in which these documents can be stored and conveniently examined is ur gently needed. Men grow old because ! !, icy cannot help it. it vou tai;e ami keep an Endowment, you will get the money because you cannot help it. If you do not grow to be i!i. your family will get the money. It is yrc anv wav. National Life Jus. 0. of Vt. (Mutual.) F. C. DINES. Special Agent Brattleboro, Vt. PIANO TUNING EDWARD F. LEITZINGER Tel. SS8-M Alter 0 p.m. E Your rescriptions Here If you want them filled with the purest and freshest drugs, and with the greatest care and accuracy filled precisely, as your physician orders them filled, to pro duce the exact effect he desires. We are proud of the record we have made in our prescription department. And yet we till prescriptions at very rea: sonable prices, and fill them quickly, too. C F. Thomas, Ph. G. Reorganization Needed. WASHINGTON, Dec. i:',. Secretary Hoover, in his first annual report, made public yesterday, tells President' Harding that the establishment of a real depart ment of commerce, "effective in service to producers, manufacturers and distrib utors,' able to give economic interpreta tion of importance to the American pub lic generally, and to stimulate American trade and merchant marine." requires "a thorough reorganization and entire re grouping of the federal function bearing on these problems." He adds., however, that inasmuch as these matters are now actively before congress and the adminis tration it is not necessary on this. occa sion to entei- into discussion of them. The secretary -says the bureau, "requires great additional strength if it is to serve the TiurlK)s reallv intended bv congress ( and meet the demands that are mad? upoa it by the business men of the country in their present distress." Not only should! more attention be given to trade promo-j Hon. ho adds, but it should be possible to' make the more detailed economic surveys abroad that "are now so indispensable because of the enormous financial interest we have in foreign fields." Our Join CLUB (inu-- SAVE a littie every week small amounts you can easily spare without inconvenience. Deposit them week ly and see them grow into dollars Yes, a pile of dollars, and Get a Chec k JUST BEFORE CHRISTMAS FOR EVERY CENJT YOU IHAVE SAVED PLUS INTEREST, Everybody Old and Young Is Invited to Become a Member. You "will have money for presents and other expenses, and it will .come so easy it will be just like finding it. . Don't miss it enroll at once. Let every one in the family join. v . ENROLLMENTS NOW OPEN Join Today Vermont National Bank Vermont Investment oration Corpo JL Investment Securities List of Current Offerings Furnished on Application Phone 55 Room 1 , American Building Brattleboro, Vt. . nr-iQ cT3 p cr3 O CZZ? O O CZZ O CZZ O C3 O CDO CZ O - ;0 Ho 0 I ft Fortunes That Disappear . ' " . . . . . FORTUNES tkat took a lifetime to baiLl up are often lost in a few years through the mistakes of heirs inexrierieaced in finan cial matters. You can protect your family against 'this danger by leaving your money in the form of a. Trust Fund to be invested and safe' guarded by us. - Discuss this subject with tme cf out officers Peoples National Bank - BRATTLEBORO - o or7o'" tpcrza o i tfOlll