THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1921.
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5 cents a line first insertion; cents a line each eubseqaent Insertion.
Cash in Advance. Minimum Charge, 20 cent.
WANTED Odd jobs. .Tel.
17 Clark St.
WANTED RAW FUKS C. L. Howe.
WANTED Lizht housework. Tel.
Work by day or hour.
WANTED Work by the hour. Mrs.
Herbert Merrill, 6Elliotstreet.2:jl-t
WANTKD Hemlock-. Bark on West
River U. R. A. B. Stark, Jamaica, Vt.
- - 244-24S
UWIKI) Yonntr man to work in
store. Address .Store. Reformer office
WANTED To buy few young beef.
... X- XI..,.,-. M'l
retcr w ce.emiar, rn. eruun, j.
FOR SALE Good fire wood, price
right. Tel. bOG-X. 239-258
" FOR SALE Excelsior printing press
outfat. TeL 392-W. 242-244
FOR SALE Two-tenement house. 12
Beach St. Tel. 526-W. " 200-tf
FOR SALE Horse, harness and Old
Comfort sleigh. Tel. 324-15. 241-240
FOR- SALE An 8-horse power gaso
line engine. Grant Granite Co. 177-tf
FOR SALE Wood 12 per cord, Tel.
17-24. Frank Seers, Vernon, Vt.
FOR SALE! Furniture 'and ranges
new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton's.
FOR SALE Dry hard wood, ehunks
or split, 1. xj. Mather, TeL 13-5. 174-tt
FOR SALE Fresh ground beef scraps
and bone. W. F. Richardson Co.- 214-tf
FOR SALE Four-ft. wood or sawed
to order. G. J. Perkins & Sou. Tel. !-22.
Mj m u ji im n
m V & -V ' A a n n
i ' yi niiftuwn iff i rraimimrr
VAMtU-W two young FOR SALE Two white enameled iron
tabic board. Auuress xoi oo, cribs with mattress. Mrs. L. II. Barber.
Office. 26ytt 23tMf
""WANTKD Turkeys d". eA FOR SALE Hard, dry wood, split or
ii-Kens, pigs ami cai. o. . ehunks. II. V. Nflweonib. Iu fori . Vt.
St. if. Tel. US-i.
Housekeeper for man with
mall children. Address Box SS, c-'
Tel. 3 7-1(5.
WANTED 1,000 fowls, 25e. a pound
live weight. Send card, M. Black, Box
2S3, Brattleboro. 151-tf
WANTED Housekeeper for family of
two in the country. Address "House
keeper," care Reformer. 230-tf
FOR SALK (iirls clothes, 14 years;
Slit babv's christening cloak, $4. Coadv,
I'eppercll, .Mass. 2J4-240
FOR SALK Christmas trees of vari
ous sizes. W. K. Walker, West Brattle
lM.ro. Tel. :itli)-.M. 244-247
FOR SALK P.eeeh and Maple ood,
price s, 10 and $12 per cord. 1. E. Oam
mell. Tel. 211-12. 241-tf
W A N T E D Fresh or near bv Guernsey i
..r Jersey cows. A. C. Barnes, West poft and fiUKar upon order. 11. l!
Westminster. Tel. Putney 13-2;?. 244-243 Millington. Tel. 5H3-R. 230-tf
UAMhlJ A nnrfule aged American viTfi SJAI.K TTiva ie 9f cbun l
lady wishes a position as housekeeper, jamD One express sleigh and one store
The new Universal Electric Iron
has arrived the shape is dif
ferentthe switch is . different,
right where your, thumb can
reach it without the bother of
pulling out the plug send wires
at the same time. I'd like to
show it to you.
Other Universal goodsin stock
such as -heaters, grills, toasters
and bottles. -All sixes and kinds
of .bottles and the fillers to go
with 'em -pints, quarts, food
jars, etc. Steel unbreakable bot
tles in pints, quarts, two quarts,
and the new unbreakable steel
Universal Bread Makers, two
sizes; food choppers, percolators
and tea pots.
CHAS. F. IttAFJN
38 Main TEL SS 38 Main
Autos trop Safety Razors 30-Day Free Trial.
Treaty With Japan on Is
land of Yap Confirms
Brattleboro's Oldcs Reliable
FOR FUTURE DEALS
no children. Address X. M., i.i LiarK i. gass cabinet. Phone U17-1I.
I'd!? s;I r Tun (wn.linrifl cll Oi.
WANTKD A middle aged woman as 1HH.jauv a;iai,ed for mill aHd street work!
housekeeper ni tumily ot three, trood j.. lloj-.se traverse sled. 15. J. Sargeant.j
home lamer man mgii wages. t mt- -v Hinsdale. N. II. 24t-24o.
e-o Reformer Office. 244-47-4S ' " ' - -. '
-- ; ., -,. t FOR SALE We still have a few nice
WANTED Regular and side line bronz? turkeys left for a Christmas din
salesmen to sell a hish-elass patented nr-j ,m. please order soon. W. S. I'.et
licle. Sells to merchants. Quick money.' terlev. Tel. o!7-W. 24-1-247
Liberal commission. Eor particulars ,'T 7-
wnrp ;..(. care i&eiormer. -io---ti . - - - j
liver a nice let of strictly dry slab wood.
a.m r.i Ageius lor j-aum Also mixed cord .wood sawed stove length.
Petticoats, S5.2.J Doz. Ladies stockings TIoiden & Martin Lumber Co. 15S-tf
sl.10 Doz. Sample Petticoat and 6 IV.
t..v, c.it ! o n fur i s Writs t Ml SALE Green - 4-foot wood, S-S
for Catalogue. Progressive Sales Co. IP cort; stove lengtn, J.oU; split, .U.
vi i . '4o i t mt; xmve jour oruer now ior w uuer
O. T. DODGE, Upholsterer, 11 Spruce
St., Tel. 304-11. 190-tf
KRUSTOFF keeps rust off. Sto'vink
Co. make. W. J. Pentland sella Krustoff.
CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr.
P.ailev's ofBce, 207 Barber block, 'phone
i0C. Residence 439-J. 182-tf
BARGAINS IN MAGAZINES ilost
favorable terms on singje subscriptions or
on reduced clnb ratM. Send for booklet.
Brattleboro News Co. 1-tf
ACTION COUNTS Get busy, 820 a
day easy. Take orders in parages, stores.
Carl A. Mitchell
180 Main Street
Telephone 83-1-W or 831 R
New Fur-Power Treaty Must Go Before
k League of Nations for Continuation
Many More Seciai Treaties Must Fol
low Because of Separate Peace.
.By. DAVID LAWRENCE
(Special Dispatch to The Reformer.)
WASHINGTON, Dee. 14 The United
States has yielded to Japan and has re
cognized for the ijrst time an act of the
league of nations. -
! Tiiat's the sinifnanci' of the latest
treaty just siiriied between the United
Stales and .Japan covering the island of
Yaji. Originally the league- of nations be
stowed upon Japan a mandate or charter
ctialiliii; her to control the island of Yap.
The Wilson administration under Secre
tary Colby protested and so' did Secre
tary Hushes. The latter contended for
interim tionl control ,f the island. As it
i! )W develops, the Harding administration
yielded to Japan the ngtit to hold the
mandate originally given by the league
of nations but asked for certain addi
tional provisions with respect to radio
and cable communication
If the United States had been a mem
ber of the league of nations when the
mandates were distributed, the simple
dissenter on the part of tbi cauutry
would have been Mituoent to - il-evenf
Japan from . get tinu . Yap and the island
iiiinht have been internationalized. As
it is the league went ahead and gttve Y
Japan and tl:e I uited States after
D. II. Wright, Tel. 13-2. 230-ti
FOR SALE Cheap, Ford runaliout,
starter, demountable rims, shock absorb
er, tires good, paint good, mechanical
condition excellent. S. .. mith. Tel.
H-V or 32.-, 244-245
FOR SALE Bungalow of seven rooms,
4 acres of land in Vernon, also 2 bed
steads, springs, mattress, bureau, com
mode. Mrs. Edward Tomb, 57 Washing-
inn Sit Ifvcitt 1iVu.rr ! OJ-
FOR SALE -Choice No. 1 Baled hay'
at 1.50 per hundred lbs. Grandin's
Stock Food, sl.To per II; 53 ton. Fancy
Bread Hour 1-S sack $1.13: Fancy Pastry,
flour, 1-S sack, si. Brattleboro-Grain Co.!
FOR SALE AT A ETON FARM, two
nice male Airedale pups left of that black
Any resideut of Brattleboro village
whose garbage is not being satisfactorily
collected and wishing collection made,
should notify Mr. C. M. Tubbs, Putney
Road, Tel. 311-4. Only garbage consist
ing of animal and vegetable matter, freeJ
from glass, tin, ashes, etc., will be col
lected, and all garbage subject to col
lection should be contained in a reason
able covereel receptee.
W. H. PERRY, Village Clerk.
Per order commissioner.
homes, for new patent articles. Write backed litter sired by brother of President j
quick. Car-Riz Specialty Co., Barre, Vt. 'Harding's Airedale. Sold three of them
241-240 in P.rattlboro, one in Bellows Falls. .2."i
CHIROPRACTIC Dr. Otto Rysse at each. Some gowl younger ones for $L
Dr. G. F. Lane's office, 42 Elliot street. "" ()- A- wton, Dummerston
Telephone ;13-W. Office hours, Monday. P Iel- d41-J. U -tt
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 2-.", t-S
li. m. 243-tf
ANYBODY WISHING a Christmas
1 ri e, drop me a card as I will arrive Mon
day night with 200 as good trees as ever
landed in Prattleboro. Happy Atkins,
express and jobber.
TO RENT Room, 17 Clark St.
7 Birge St.
MAGAZINES AT LOWEST PRICES! TJ?.NT
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-
-Tenement at 2 West St,
Stenographer and Assistant
Address X. Y. Z., Reformer Office
Horses. to Board
Also Livery - Horses to Let at
Hitches in barn or shed 10 cents
Feeds 25 cents
BROOKS HOUSE STABLE
Turkeys, Ducks, Geese,
Chickens, Pigs, Veal
S. LEVESQUE & SON
TO RENT Furnished room centrally
located, heat, light and bath. Tel. T3-X.
TO RKXT Four room apartment,
ground floor, on Green St, Tel. U17-M.
TO RENT Dry storage room for fur
niture. Joel M. Stearns, 13 Flat St.
Tel. 249. 21 1-tf
TO RENT Furnished front room, ue
of bath, electric lights. Man preferred.
Tel. 238-M. 242-247
I have leased the paint shop at
the Roberts Auto Co. on Elm St.,
and am prepared to do all kinds
of auto and carriage painting.
Let me give you a price.
E. E. GOBIE ,
Tel. 137 -W
We are cutting quantities of
carnations each day; none better
to be found.
Our holly has just come nice
green foliage, plenty of berries:
also holly wreaths.
C. N. Bond, Florist
wards wa obliged to carry on a long dip
lomatic' battle to g.t certain valuable
cable and radio privileges. In order to
assure herself of the latter America was
ot mpelled to yield ouicthing to Japan
and that happens' to be the mandate it-
Officials of this administration are not
disposed to look uiwm the mandate as of
any value becaiw they leel confident the
except ions and provisions contained iu
the new treaty will safeguard American
interests. On the other hand in case of
a dispute as to the management of Yap
America would have been left to wrangle
it out with Japan alone, if the four-power
pact governing all disputes with relation
to Pacific islands had not been concluded
Mint s why tlie I mte.i tstates lutn t sign
the four power pact until the Yap agree
mcnt was reached.
An Important Precedent.
In recognizing the mandate given bv
itlie league d nations to Japan and not
j ing exception, the diked States govern
I iiH'iit has established under the Ha'rding
'administration, at least, a precedent
which will 1 called up again and again
in future discussion of mandates arouni
the world. Necretal'.V' Hughes rif0gni7.es
what the league, bus done in distributing
the mandates a -ttie- ccoiiiplishel fact and
is trying imw laeiely 1o hee it that the
I 'mited 'Kt-s; ds 11M suffer ' unV iHm
elimination underiihc mandate. He ha
made it a stipulation incidentally of the
new Yap agreement that Japan must send
a duplicate copy of her annual revort on
Hie administration of inn to the I nitei
State. The original copy is of course
required by I110 league of nations which
i relays the right to transfer a mandate
(at auv time that it thinks a country in no
I adniini-iering properly an island or terri
tory under mandate. The treaty of Ver
ailles gave lo the principal and asoci
ated powers the right to dispose of Ger
inan.v's overseas possessions through the-
TO RENT Furnished and heated fein
gie or double front rooma facing south.
19 Marlboro Aye. 210-tf
. TO RENT Dry storage room for fur
niture. The Grant Granite Co., 24-2G
So. Main St., Brattleboro, Vt. 192-tf
TO RENT Five-room apartment,
modern improvements, steam heat. Ad
dress Apartment c-o Reformer. 241tf
TO RENT Eight room house, hot wa
ter heat, electric lights and gas connec
tions. Located at 1G1 So. Main St. For
particulars see Geo. N. Rke or address
Box 84. 241-243
Dresses beaded and braided
Reasonable price and satisfaction
MRS. PAULINE WILSON
5 School St. Tel. 791-R
Talking Machine Repairing
SIGNS, SHOW CARDS
Prompt Service Guaranteed Work
SCOTT L. BARBER
Barber's Music Store
Mrs. M. A. Nilseu will be at Mr. Carl
Mitchell's on Main street Tuesday, the
20th, to give estimation on all kinds of
"A promoter is a man Who sells what he
hasn't got, to a man who eloesn't want
it." Life insurance ia.a promise, fair
and definite, whether you live or not. In
vestigate bur Monthly Income policies.
National Life Ins. Co. of-Vt. (Mutual.)
F. C. DINES. Special Agent
Brattleboro. Vt. , -
Which Costs More?
To Have Insurance and
Not Need It
To Need Insurance and
Not Have It
Geo. M. Clay
General Insurance Agency
Rank ISlock Brattleboro, Yt
EDWARD P. LEITZINGER
TeL 3S8-M After S p. m.
Husband and Wife
My wife can never find her hairpins,
-li. R. M. -.J
What Does Your Wife Do?
Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adams
Thomas T. Brittan
Wilder Bldg., Brattleboro
G. E. Sherman
FRANK A. SNOW
Call Tel. 676 M
10 Putney Road
Comb and Brush Sets
Many other articles too
numerous to mention.
The Park Drug
18 Main St. Phone 210
Useful Gifts Please the User
Consider the following list when looking
for . ;
vMLKICAN HOY SAWS Disston
'ARYIMJ SETS Always acceptable.
FAMILY SCALES Settles disnutes.
THERMOS ROTTLES Makes drink
RREAD MIXERS Lightens labor and
the loaf. -
SAD IRON SETS Irons our Life's
COLEMAN LANTERNS Lightens
TOOL ASSORTMENT Saves repair
COLEMAN LAMPS Brightens the
1 'LAS 1 1 LI (J I ITS Friend in an emer
SCISSORS When you feel like "Cut-
tttlg UD." '
SKATES Developing gracefulness.
SKISi Splendid Speedsters.
SNOWS1IOES When snow is heavy
ami crusts are scarce. "
HAMMERS To chive home the points.
HATCHETS Cross between an Axe and
RAZORS Aids to resnectability.
JAt KNIVES Thought producers.
OCR CII IilSTM.Vi OFFERINGS
are priced very reasonably are of good
Quality and we vouJiI appreciate your
mandate systein and it is solely because
the I 'lifted States as a. result of objections
to oilier parts of the league of nations
covenant failed to join the league that
numerous legal tangles are arising as to
America rights. Some ot the legal ex
perts contend that if America had joined
me league mere wouM nave been no
necessity for a Yap treaty "or a four-power
treaty and the 1'nkcd States would have
been assured the mral stiiUHirt not
merely of thre other nations hut 4U
thets in any disputes, arisins iu the Pa-
league Will Approve Treaty.
Much interest arises now as to whether
the new four-jiower pact is really in con
flict with the league oi nations covenant.
I'nder the provisions of that document.
Creat Itritaiu. France and Japan nui-.t
submit the four-power pact to the ap
proval ot the league bef.H-e it can be etui
Mdcred as- rutitied. Little oh lection, if
any. is aiiticiimted because the league
authorities themselves approved the fam
ous . thn-e-iktwcr treaty concluded be
: ween France. (Jreat ,I!ritain and the
I'nited States whereby "unprovoked ag
gression ty iiermany was to insure the
military aid of those three countries.
In principle the new pad is very much
the same although specific provision for
iiiiiiiai.i ni' i in rnc oi aggressive aciion
is not luk.le.
'i"he iMdition that the I'nited States
would have her hands full in conserving
her legal rights as a result of the Europ
ean war if she made a separate peace
with (lermany is being fulfill! in the
opinion of many international lawyers
here who see in the four-power imct as
well a the new Yap treaty, the beginning
of a host of special treaties with other
nations with relation to .mandates, repara
'inis and tit her iiestious over w hich the
eagne of nations has jurisdiction but
vhieh must Ih settled separately by
America because of her refusal to nter
he league. It fulfills another prediction
.nude, by officials of the. Harding mljniuis-
lJttion early this year, namely, that no
matter how many tangles developed the
I'nited States would not accept the coven
ant of the league but would pursue it
iwu ixilicy on every question or dispute
that arose as a result of her war time
association with the allies as against Ger
many. Although Democrats profess to
see America slowly entering the league
:f nations by the back door, the Harding
nthnsiasts maintain that Secretary
Hughes legal maneuvres are drawing the
-hip of stale safely away from the shoals
of the league.
RAN ELK TOOTH EMBLEMS.
American Game Protection Association
lntests Slaughter of Animals.
NEW YUKK, Dec. 14 The Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks yesterday
was asked by the American Game Pro
tective association to forbid its mem
bers wearing Klks' teeth as emblems.
This reijuest was made in a resolution
adopted after photographs had been
shown picturing elks shot for their teeth
a lope, with never any use made of their
flesh or hides.
The resolution suggested that F.lks be
enlightened regarding "wanton destruc
tion of elks for the sole purpose, of ob
taining their teeth for use as ornaments
by memliers of t he order" and that a
ban on their Use lie provided in the form
of a constitutional amendment adopted
at the next grand lodye convention.
A FTO PS Y CASE DROPPED.
4. Mi PERRY
"CARL F. CAIN
159 Main Street
The earliest form of ballroom dancing
was the quadrille, started about 1S1.1. 1
This was followed
vented in lfUk
by. the lajicer
FIRE and LIFE
Strong, Reliable Companies
Sanford A. Daniels
Crosby Block, " Brattleboro
Dr. Rumwell Freed For Rappe Opera
tion. SAN FHANCISCO, Dec. II The
charge against Dr. M. E. Rumwell of
performing an unotucial autopsy on the
hotly of Mis Virginia Kappe, whose
deatli resulted in a manslaughter cluirge
against INwoe C. (Fatty) Arbuckle, was
dismissed m police court vesterdav.
The prosecution, said it was convinced
Dr. Humwell did not intend to violate
the city health ordinance under which he
The Sharing Spirit.
In an orderly house an announce
ment was placed In the bathroom to
the effect that, since eyeryoue shared
la Its benefits, everyone was asked to
take a hand In helping to keep It neat
and tlfly. That Idea carried through
a home would greatly relieve " the
housewife, and at the same time In
culcate the community spirit. A house
wife Is sometimes driven to declare
that the only way to make those about
her realize what thought and care
are needed to ensure a comfortable
home would be to neglect It until this
was sufficiently obvious. '
The JI(Hu,:ns were tnt- earliest
AiuLVict-n pio..eei3, .Iso made the
desert "Liossoui as the rose," and that
In the face of greul privations and
dluVulties. They had been preceded,
thousands of years before, by ancient
and forgotten southwestern peoples,
whose canals, in. some cases, they
utilized. Mormons landed in San
Francisco, on the Brooklyn, In July,
1S4G, and in 1851 founded San Ber
nardino, in southern California, pur
chasing twenty-seven square miles of
the Lugo ranch, for $77,500, lh deferred
payments. Los "Angeles Times.-
Almost Everything in This
Store Has a 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
v. " . ' '
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 . r
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
Huck Towels, white and colored. borders-"
Hemstitched Sheets and Pillow Cases r .. : .
Ladies' and Men's Umbrellas.
S. WINFIELD MEADE
109 MAIN STREET
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