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THE mUTTLEBORO. DAILY REFORMER V FRIDAY, - DECEMBER 10, ; 192.1.
it CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS S cents s line first insertion; 2J4 cents a line each subsequent Insertion. ... : , - V Cash In Advance. Minimam Charge, 20 cents. ... WANTED WANTED Odd jobs. Tel. WANTED EAW FUIiS C. L FOR SALE C04 M. tit saih; uooa 234 t ' ngnt. lei. fcUO-A.. - FOR -SALE Howe.1 232-tf fire wood 230-25S Two-tenement house. 12 Beach St. Tel. 526-W. L'00-tf WANTED 13-14. Light housework. Tel. 240-24C WANTED Work by the hour. Mrs. Herbert Merrill. 115 Ejliot street.231-tf VVANTED-Hemloek Bark on West Paver II. R. A. B. Stark, Jamaica, Vt. 214-24S FOR SALE Horse, harness Comfort sleigh. Tel. 324-15. WANTED To buy few young beef. Peter Weezenaar, So. Vernon, Mass. Tel. 7.13 244-24SJ FOll SALE Wood $12 per (ford, Tel. 17-24. Frank Seers, Vernoa.-Vt-. - FOIC SALE Furniture and ranges new and second-hand, at J. B. Dunton'a. FOR SALE Dry hard wood, chunks or split. E. E. Mather, Tel, 13-5. 174-tf FOR SALE Fresh ground beef scraps Housekeeper for man .-with. FOR WANTED two small children. Address Box 8S, c-o Reformer OiBoe. 242-247 " WANTED 1000 fowls, 25c. a pound livo weight. Send card, M. Black, Box lis!, Brattleboro. - 151-tf SALE- to order. G. J. -Four-ft. wood or sawed Perkins & Son. Tel. 0-22. 243-tf , FOR SALE Two white enameled iron cribs with mattress. Mrs. L. II. Barber. . 230-tf WA.Mivu Housekeeper iur wum, ui r uu -sali; Jlani, dry wood, split or two in the country. Address nouse-; chunks. . jj. x. Newcoiub, Guilford, Vt keeper," care Reformer. JoU-ttjyi. 17-10. 24(5-270 near by Guernsey FOR. SALE (J iris clothes, 14 years; jarnes, vesi, sk hahr's christening cloak, ?4. C'oady WANTED Fresh or . or Jersev cows. a. Vj. Westminster. Tel. Putney WANTKD A middle lady wishes a position no children. Address B. aged American as housekeeper, M., 43 Clark St. 241-249 W AM hl A middle housekeeper in fainily lioina rather than high c-o Reformer Oitiee. aped woman a- of three. Good wages. Write N 244-47-43 Pepperell. Mass. 244-240 FDR SALE Christmas trees of vari ous sizes. W. L. Walker, West Brattle boro. Tel. 8tH)-M. 244-247 FOR SALE Beech and Maple wood. price S, ssio ami $13 per cord. F. E. Gani mell, Tel. 211-12. 241-tf FOR SALE Best quality maple syrup, soft and cake suear uiwn order. II. L. WANTKD Agents for Ladies Flannel Millington. Tel. nS3-R. 230-tf Petticoats, S.i.2-3 Doz. Ladies StockniKsi i,vr JTrr -tr.o7i r il ' C, ,A r .. ' .i : i,. I I OK tsALE 1!20 Ford touring car 'V- , -Vi f V VY WrltV se!f starter, all in good condition. S.' A. M cokings sent C. O R foi Untc jSlllit! T(1 .4.w 21(i-247 lor Catalogue. Progressive Sales to. ; 541-216 ini salij Five nice, fat sheep and l"VT UA res --rx, rr: .. if M w m m tjim -- - ELECTifEC TSe nevt Universal Electric Iron lias arrived the shape is dif- . ferent the switch is different,1 ; I right where your thnoib can I reach it without the bother of pulling out the plus ant 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. AH sizes and kinds of bottles and the fillers to o ' 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 pots. CHAS. F. MANN SS Main TEL 38 ZS Main Autostrop Safety Razors 33-Day Free TrlaL CIPROM SE MADE WltH JAPAN ESE Lo veil ;& Telf er Bratfleboro's Oldest Reliable Hardware Store Brattleboro, Vermont America .Obliged on .Disarmament and Yap Dispute NOT BIG; SACRIFICE ON PRINCIPLES ijpst I :uougb'. Vieldiug to .Main " I'urpose China Fears It Will Useful Gifts Please the User to Yield ' Consider the following list when looking ' for PRACTICAL PRESENTS AM KK I CAN UY SAWS Uisston Standard. " ....... CARVING SETS Always acceptable. FAMILY SCALES Settles disputes. THERMOS BOTTLES Makes drink enjoyable. BREAD MIXERS Lightens labor and,: the loaf. SAD IRON SETS Irons our Life's l ;! In.. . . , i tt iiinic . Accompiisn COLEMAN LANTERNS Lightens! I MICH painway. Saves repairj the; lambs. Oiie express sleigh and f glass cabinet. Phone C17-M. SPECIAL NOTICES FOR SALE- 11 Spruce -S 1 . sawed ."11. 100-t Cancdy.Bro ' (). T. DODGE. Upholsterer St.. Tel. ::4-ii. MR. BURDANA for the Archery Club at now has club rooms. 40 Clark St. 243-247 one store 233-tf Hard, dry wood. 4-foot We guarantee to please. R. R. Brattleboro. 24(i-201 KRUSTOFF keeps rust off. Co. make. W. J. .Pentlaiul sells CHIROPODIST Dr. Briggs at Dr. Bailevs' office, 2U7 Barber block, 'phone ;H. Resilence 4::!-.I. ls2-tf ""FEATHERWEIGHT Arch Supirts, madf to individual, impression. Dr. Wild er. I'llerv Buildins. Hours ! to 12 and 2 to r. 24U-27U'' BARGAINS IN " MAGAZINES Most favorable terms on single subscriptions or on reduced club rates.- Send for booklet. Brattleboro News Go. 1-tf ACTION COUNTS Get busy, !?20 a day easy. Take orders in parages, stores, "homes, for new patent articles. Write ouick.' Car-Rb Specialty Co., Barre. Vt. 241-210 FOR SALE Two two-horse sleds es pecially adapted for mill and street work Stovink in.is.iaK,, X. H.' 20-24(i! ivrustnii . i-,.'-,- r ui e stm nave a tew nice (iin- FOR SALE We still have a few bronze turkeys left for a Christmas ner. Please order soon. W. S. Ret terley. Tel. r.!7-W. 24.'1-217 FOR SALE We are now ready to de liver a nice lot of strictly dry slab wood. Also mixed cord wood sawed stove length, llolden & Martin Lnmbcr Co.-- l-"iS-t j FOR SALE Green ""4 -foot wood."$S per cord; stove length, $0.50; split, $11. Let me have your order now for winter delivery. D. II. Wright. Tel. 13-2. 230-t j FOR SALE Bungalow oF seven rooms, 4 acres of land in Vernon, also 2 bed steads, sprimrs, mattress, bureau, com mode. Mrs. Edward Tomb, 57 Washine- ton St.. Brattleboro. 242-247 I FOR SALE Warm armv overcoats CHIROPRACTIC Dr. Otto Rysse at $2.50; woolen gloves 10c; assorted col lar. G. F. Lane's office, 42 Elliot street, ored rags for rugs ; new colored calico Telephone fU.'VW. Office hours, Monday, "crazy quilts." Hour bag full 81 postpaid. Tuesday, Wednesday, F riuay, '-.. Jfeacon Mipply to., t lielsea, 31ass. p. m. 243-tf I 245 24 ANYBODY WISHING a Christmas I'DK SALE Choico No. 1 Baled hay tree, drop me a card as I will arrive Mon-j Ter hundred lbs. Grandin 's dav night with-200 as goodtrees as ever j V',tork1 ood' H: ton- Fancy- landed in Brattleboro. "Happy" Atkins.1 '"'"d Hour 1-8 sack 1.1.5; Fancy Pastry express and jobber. 238-253 Mlour 18 sack Brattleboro Grain Co. MA(iAZINESATTJ7wEST PRICES 424'tf Write me about what magazines vou I . t uu , fc,-vViJI 1 Ai ION I ARM, two want for the coming vear. I can get them male Airedale pups left of that black for vou at monev saving iric-s. Mrs. G. 5?ck,;.,1 ntter sired by brother of Presideut M. Love. Magazine Specialist, South New-' Oa1,nK,su Airedale. Sold three of them lane Vt 1-tf ,la Brattlboro, one in Bellows Falls. S2." l-.n:n. ouuip goou younger ones ror M. CHRISTMAS GIFT MAGAZINE OR DERS and new and renewed subscrip tions to begin January 1, 1022. will be received during this month. Write fori juices. Mrs. G. M. Love. Magazine Spe cialist. South Newfane, Vt. 24-24S CLERKS, for pstal mail and tirst grade positions; $125 monthly. Ex perience unnecessary. For free partic ulars of examinations, write R. Terry (former civil service examiner). 155 Con tinental Bhlg.. Washington. D. C 240-240 WANTED Horses to Board and Vt. S20. Tel. R. A. Newton, Dummerston, 257-tf Also at Livery Horses to Let Reasonable Rates Hitches in barn or shed 10 cents Feeds 25 cents BROOKS HOUSE STABLE Tel. 53-X WANTED Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Chickens, Pigs, Veal S. LEVESQUE & SON Tel. 923 TO RENT TO RENT Tcl. S24-W. -Garage space, 7 Birge St. 243-tf TO RENT Tenement at Tel. 2P8-R. TO RENT Furnished . tirant. 4. Canal street. TO RENT Furnished room centrallv located, heat, light and bath. Tel. 53-X. 213-24S West St. 244-240 room. Mrs. C. 210-if TO RENT Four room ground lloor, on Green St. TO RENT niture. Joel Tel. 240. -Dry storage M. Stearns, apartment. Tel. C17-M. 242tf roorti for fur 13" Flat St. 211-tf n jvl- i rurnisnea iront room, use ot bath, electric lights. Man preferred lei. 23S-M. 242-247 TO RENT Large, well-lighted room sieaui near, running water, tine view, in American building. Suitable for living ouarters or omee. Kent verv rennimhl i Phone 21 or J"24-W. Holstein-Friesi.in Association. 245-247 Horses for Sale Heavy and medium weights all in good working order. Also six shoats. E. BLOOD Putney, Vt TO RENT Furnished and heated sin gl- or double front rooms facing south. lit Marlboro Ave. 21(t-tf it) LENT live-room apartment. modern improvements, steam heat. Ad dress Apartment c-o Reformer. 241tf TO RENT Suitable for light house keeping, three connecting ' unfurnished rooms, use of bath room, heat, light and pas furnished. Be,t of location. Tel. 32... 240-21 Talking Machine Repairing ALL KINDS SIGNS. SHOW CARDS Prompt Service Guaranteed Work SCOTT L. BARBER Barber's Music Store PIANO TUNING J. M. PERRY Tel. 1118-W. Dressmaking Dresses beaded and braided a specialty. Reasonable price ami satisfaction guaranteed. . MRS. PAULINE .WILSON 5 School St. Tel. 791-R Fur Work Mrs. M. A. Nilsen, will be at Mr. Carl Mitchell on Main-street Tuesday, the 20th, to give estimation on all kinds of furwork. FRANK A. SNOW Violin Teacher Call Teh 676-M t. - 10 Putney Road Husband and Wife " ' My wife puts the electric light in her bed to warm it. I, B. B. . . , What Does Your Wife Do? Copyright, 1921, George Matthew Adamt Carl A. Mitchell UNDERTAKER Lady Attendant 180 Mam Street Telephone 834-W or 834-R Not' Tare Weil In New American- TOOL ASSORTMENT Mapauese Agreements.. COLEMAN LAMPS - Brightens , By DAVID LAWRENCE- home. (Sperinl Despatch to The Reformer! ' FLASHLIGHTS Friend in an enter- (opyri-lit 1921 SCISSORS When you feel like "Cut- WASfllMJTON, Dee. 1(3 Compromise ting up." which is the basis of all international SKATES Developing gracefulness. , , i i,., . i.1(. r,.lln,i l,s.,.., . I SKIS Splendid Speedsters. ,131 eeme.n ha , b.-en i oun.l m ar to SNWWS11()l:s Wwn snow is ,,eavy meet tin pride and sentiment 01 tliej . aisd fu.sts are scarce. -1 I;: a!!C5' people. , i HAMMERS To drive home the points. Secretary Hughe, who started out HATCHETS Cross between an Axe and .villi in insisie.ae o the aceeptamv of j UAZVItSAids to respectability, the program he ofcercd, has touud the j ACKNTVES Thought producers. Japanese currents of ' resistance s0j OCR CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS imu; as t. make it neeivsary to jjive are priced tepy reasonably are of good 1 1 11 .vssious. 1 he Japanese arjucd for ' quality and we would appreciate your a reutt-r i .1 1 ent of total tonnaga iir.d lo t. Tlse countered, however, with' a 1 !oHs;il that i'i' Mutsu, the most IK V. i-. inl t y,,e .f l;at t leship yet built, sh-u'd ! li-l ;t :!'.! . They argued that' Jai'Mu-.'-e. x i. n: 'me.'it 'V. as wrapped up in pers(;i:ul inspct-tion. FIGHT LOOMING IN GRANITE INDUSTRY the esse lii;U it wolll 1 be di'iienll itu scrap so iitiportanl a. ship without e; Sleighride to Brattleboro 3Ionday and Thursday . .MONDAY To arcutnmiNlate school children. Leave South Newfane .!." a. 111. l.eae Williamsi!le (l.:ii a. 111. Leave West Dummerston .... 7.05 a. in. Arrive Brattleboro HAH) a. in. Return Leave Brattleboro 3 p. m. THURSDAY For Leave South Newfane Leave Williainsviile Leave Wct Dummerston... Arrive Brattleboro Ret urn Lea v e Brat t leboro . Local I'nions Rejecting Proposal to Reduce Wages Barre and ($uiucy Both Oppose. OUINCY. Mass.. Dec. 10 Differences :! I, 'i .veen Uie jiraiine manulaiturcrs and-ii th.' unions are causing prospects of a :! ' raiMie war, tiiat mav alfeCt tlie country,' to loom ). Several v.ceks 11140 the 'o-Jjt eai iiiitous (if the iranste t utters' in-';; j teruational Uiiion, in common with lo-i-j 1 a! in other jiranite-urodtvin.j centers,; J i u.t."..:v: iii4 the acceptance of the whole j program. S in order to satisfy the Jaii- j !ats"s. tli' American delegates were per-; ' suaded that a-t a practical propusitioii tlie ii:u!ua of the .Mutsu thtln t vi-. tally ;iu'e t I lie total armament of three, ii ;::t;U powtis and that possibly a re-arrannement of the vessels selected for, .he sr::p tieao would j.l-t as 'e!Vct i e ! ia the U'v.j. run. 'oi::e !i:U the same kind of tacties' icceiveu a rejuet trtm the luterua v. ere u -. i! by l lie Japanese in the nc;.-j t iiu:al Monuuit-nlal aiid t.raaite 1'ro tiatii'iss cer the, island of Nap where d-.u-iis ' a-soeiat ion that the 'jay of gran tl.e snandate oriui ::ai Iv bestowed upon he cutters be reduced 2 per cent and .la an v:'. !a-;.e(l tenaciously by the the pay of polisher and quarryiuen .lapaiu-e stlthoiidi most ofihe exclusive :er cent. The association said this was lilns and i ivileure- which it mitlit ' i"' I'.-su y in order to, get the trade back otlierwise o!e were granted, to the"t the pre-war level. I ailed States. , j Tf:c ncv w ages as 'suggested by the as- n..., 1 ficiaf iofi i'.rc as follow s: ra nil i i-miers. tli oeiii shoppers. ,s.(Mia m. .S.l.' a. in. S.Ttit a. in. u.15 a. in. 4 p. ill. Will do errands and carry express. E. J. DODGE Phones South Newfane 23-2. Brattleboro. White's Stable. s: nutshell, the American opinion o be that Japan can have all the coi:ee--.iins she wants if 't little diti'ercHce in s-.ibstance. aiicuM naval exports don't feel ev ale coneediu T verv nill' h to the t lu lu a seem- t sUP.Ti'.c 1 makes .The Ai it !..; t! 1 lapan in .let t iir lhev Mt-ist ti;ai t. Mutsu remain for eouivauMit number Satnr at tha !! Wjthe Stinehour's xVuto Livery 7-pa-seiiircr closed car, 5( cents for one passenger; additional passengers 25 cents each, within the village limits. Tel. :W-W or 22B-M CARL F. CAIN MERCHANT TAILOR Main Street j nas .a, 1 i .1 H vi Am-riiau batthshis retained is core t!iar. sud'cient to ollset any advan tage . Iiit h the Mutsu mijiht appear to lave -;cn. till the naval experts are last pcoiTle in the world to obiect to any increase in tonie for any country htt as it is pn ort ionake. Deep in, their hi-nrts they have not looked with ;im p:'i tiv-ular joy on the prospect tf nae new imttlehi;s upon i-b so nnich money has been spent. ,taj :!', de'-ireto kocp.tJie Mutsu t heie.'.oe Worked nut o the ad - !!:' n; these expert in all countries frit that the ifuhes proposal !." per c'-nt extra except work onjjj Memorial t!a'. July 4t Labor j: si'V; PIANO TUNING EDWARD F. LEITZINGER Tel. 38S-M After 6 p. in. VERMONT NEWS. Archie 11. Robertson. f, foreman for the llaie (.hail Arlington, died JNinday. Meirlv be a startiusr point and revision upward should be nitlde the conference came (o a final icnt. ;stcm Situation. aril's conference has relegated tor ..0 v ears' t o. at I last ' ild 1 at a i" fore amven Far i:. 1 he l"ar Eastern questions to a place lor lh moment while ail attention s is cnnceiillatcd nn n;;al nutters, lliejlo iiope is thai a plenary session may be'eii held, on Saturday of this week in order r fa that the naval agreement may !e lor-ilaloi mally proclaimed. : but v.inle the contereuce lias i.ui tlie inn-t econdary . I'arre 1 . . to ?1 an hour: :! poiistiers. Oa to !N cents an hour; tool j s sl;arpei.ers on hand tires, tr to f-O cents i:! nn hour; II hours to wnstitute a veek's'i work, inuirs 'a dav the first live daysjij .. .1.. ... ...I. I...., 1 . iur 11 ; ia fin. n.'.ii innu s ,n dav. t'.vertiiie shall be paid for rat v.- o Sumla , day. Thattksjjv in-r and C hristmas. Work';! 011 ti.e.e da to be paid for at the rate':! ot doubi" time. Dv.arr men. 00 cents an hour nliui- uium: b:-n-ksi:iiths, tio cents an hour minimi;!-). Meeting-, of (be local union branches were held Wednesday niht to vote on1:' the ac.ertaia-e ot" these propositions. Atjij he i:if )!', it a.'Ni! headquarters here it's stated t hut union branches all over , jw j')Tft"-v cHwcor m tbei s;Trcrjo&- i . i . 1 ... 1 .,..,.,i 1 . til.ll. .1 IMil 1 1 1. r Hi ill v.vriv5 e the vote is tabulated. As far! ;'s it,;. Mnlnoy Krr'Ii unions are con (vru.'il, v. as a'd the men turned flown ! t::e pr. f vdt iiu cntirclv. The wcrkiiift- , 111. : itt tins trade are mow rtttini a niin ,M: 11;.; . : of Sl an hour. Tit, t11.11 ....l r.iiliictinfl kiiiwn ir I ' the speech i.f .?. Hollister Jackson of v. a -the i I!. yet 1 A cat belo-nin to U". .1. I tton tf Or- leans, making its home with thi! Roar-1 ini I'.riHik stables, made the complete trotting circuit 'with those horses the past season, from .fline till Dctober. I lar Easteru tangle the prospects are that situation ot all has yet respect to China. The the latter country nave been sittii tientiv wititiur for the confereiiiv . 1 N't., president of the National as -u. at the annual f'iniier of the . manufacturers association in this .- lit niht when be said: "Manu turers have a iuatiun in relation to possibilities of war the price of lator pence if possible; 1. re 1. h has the luciion in had; bv ide tentatively, tt herwise. by war." the most acme 1 Local union otueials interpret this to develop with'dt ss as a threat to run open shops in delegate trom i it. ratnte industry pa- t ad the It is expected that the state teachers' registration bureau, which had been con ducted in Burlington, will be moved t; Montpelier in onier to be closer to the home Httnee of this state educational de partment. " laci.t as presented hy the At their sveeial meeting. manufacturers, a No he!J that Miss Marion A. .Johnsini of Sioux City. La., has been fqiuajzefl as siiervisor of recreation in Bennington for the ensu ing year. She begins her new work .Ian. 1. oomiug from Sew ork, where she is at present employed. ?I:!ri I'nuiii Iteipcls. accbinpl'sii soiiict hiug concrete for China I , . . . , ....s-.o. .0.1.. .t.....rti,,s .,f 1 r i tii'i olrs I BARKE. Dec. In At a special meeting The t hinese have been r.vcn (..-onuses ! Li !l . 1,,, Opera IIou--e N cdnes.uiv and pledges of the ame kaiu before. ! ,.'von!1-.l an:, branch,. C.raiute. I utters While thev are not oiienlv expect in.; anvi International association, reject 1 thej .i;.J,,,,r.,v.;i ..:' . i... f..r i f 1 ropos it ion tor a new working agree-' they admit privaudy that the new treaty t Iim.h: f... r..tii.i.ir Tin., it t)ti )i ..ill f.f .1-1. pan with respect to the main land of , V ,',",Uli' ,'"1 'V'pcners, No. 2. voted Asia and merely binds .Inpan not to i.dt.wn.the propysition presented to them, fringe upon tin r, hts uf other power?!, H;rre 'olisbers un.on at a meeting in the I'aciiic islands. ' held on Nh.uday ev en.ng fd t his w cek. re- ... . . . .... jjert-ed tlie bill as presented. 11111111 trains Little. Ahbough there was no oflicial infor- N hat is to be done to limit Japanese rjaiion coi:ccr;ung the vote taken by aggression in China? The Chinese have tiu. granite cutters, it was currently re- apjieaieu 10 me powers iu uo away vvn u i oi i t r yesterday that the rejection was upon, made by unanimous vote nml that the treaty winch .lapan forced son of Mr. 'anil Mrs.''hiiia dining the war containing the fa-j tool sharpeners did the same tit Hubbardton. had a moils -i demands. the r.itiese havi tiniers blown r.lr' and sought to regain Shantung. The ten iniiired from careless dencv of the powers thus tar is to the Robert N'arney W.vniau N'arney, thumb and twt) was f.therwise naiuning or, a nitroglycerine cap, such as is used for dynamite. Young N'arney served in the Nvorld war I try! HOOVER ASKS LOWER to get as much accomplished on naval matter-, and to do away with the Anglo-! I -la pa nese alliance, teehng that afteraau' the COAL FREIGHT RATES the so wer, principal ibje-ts of the several ot tlie beautitul bronze memo- whole gathering so tar as pulme op)niou rial plaques being sent by the Rritish concerned. n the other hand, MrJ government to the next of kin of every Hughes in bis original invitation to the' member of the armies of Oreat Hritain powers summoning, this conference laid who was killed during the NN'orl.l war. down the priia iiiie that the peace of dish have been received in Rarre. Mrs. Eu j hernia llevyitson of that place is one of the recipients of a plaque, she having lost lu husband in the war. tdie world would not be achieved until bar Eastern questions were adjusted. The conference has for the most set ui a machinery to solve certain theoretical Rev. E. Total. S. S. E. of Svvanton. who made the trip to Iirat t lolmro to see Marshal Foch. has the distinction of be ing the only person who was allowed to permanent and that tin rass the guard and enter his private car and passed a few minutes with the great hero. Rev. Mr. Total had a brother who served in the French regu lars under (ieneral Foch. questions vvth respect to 1'acilic islands, a now .Ayiericun I he vital matters aft'eeting. China have been side stepped as much as possible. The ( hinese fear the evasion is to be conference is to Would Allow Dealers to Meet En Competition Wants Cut of SI a Ton. WASHINGTON". Dec. 10 Railroad traffic executives have been requested by Secretary Hoover to reduce freight rates M a ton on coal from eastern producing districts to Atlantic ports, in order to s A Charlie Chaplain mustache 'caused the arrest at Franklin. N. If., of Vv'il liain Martin of Rarre, who is being held for the Canadian police in connection with ! break at Grafton. It is alleged that Martin entered a store and stole money and a rifle. IVscript ions sent broadcast featured the so-called Chap lin mustache and it was- through this "ha'-aet er!t ie f'-arth" Franklin police spotted him. Martin had a rifle when !ke- into custody, but said he hail bought it in " Rarre. . producers to meet in creasing competition from English coal i) American ports. The request,. it was said last night, was made at a joint ses sion with the traffic officials, coal pro- adjourn with nothing more than a new duccrs. chairman Mel hord ot the inter set of declarations which will not be slate commerce commission, ami repre anv more deciding upon danan than past scutatives-of the commerce department, pronouncements. There is some ground ami resulted in the creation or a eom-i f,.r f!.,.ir siisi.icinn l.e."nise I be Lowers luittee to investigate the conditions and already have shown i disposition to ap- report next week. coin i n vest lira t in :r commissions to rtv- I resent rates on nri nt n liter tin 1 e iierlojoa n vear hr principal two hence. There has b -en no such pur- range around a ton and Mi nn 1,1 s,.Mlo th Chinese nroblem as in-' vcr suggested that the railroads export coal producing points to tide Dr. H. A. El Wis iei ..i t i. - . t c ii i i -. , - . . '"Hi ' oecn ivo i .-ii i.ui :. won, i ineresi ing nis- rrv. 'This clock is of the banjo style with lvrass work- and was once the prop erty of Mary P.aker Eddy. Dr. Eliot's "'t her pin h-'sod this dock at an auction f Mrs. Fddv's personal . property in 'Jiimnoy, V. H . before isifi while she was the wife of Dr. Patterson. Dr. Pat terson went South during the war and 's wife s-'d out tier belfn?ins and left chimney. The clock has been in the J"l- ot family ver sii ce it left Mrs. Kdh 's 'lands so there is no question as. to its lentity. It i' ill' line condition unit keeps perfect time. ' , liuencT-d the ctMirse ot the delegates on either the naval ratio or the Anglo-Ian-, anese alliance. The conversations con cerning Shantung are not viewed hope fully in hinese' quarters. The nub of the vbok sif-mtion is that if the' Amer ican dele-at ion concedes another point mi .1 ;!.': pride and refuses to interfere in the .settlement of tin- Chinese-, la pa n-J -.c'dtf vputes. the Far Eastern, situation' .. i i i n far as tlie v mm-sf. jue eonceiiiefi w.n. little imnntved ' bv i lie The Chinese of-i bn f t; fti from' water ' I loo-1 could j leect exiieoss on tne i. mi rates ai- thoii'il) )io profit? would be, realized.; AmvricHtl mines, however, he contended.' could meet the Rritish 'prices and resume: irfdnct ion in some cases where shut-! downs - are now .beim? ' fu - ' ' " f Rritish coal, Mr. Hoover explained, is afreet ing the American market, in three ; direct ions it is being sold for getveral C!-.ns.iinpCon in "Itoston and New York",' shins ar bunkering more and more abroad, because of cheaper prices and hington conferetice. Is are aiill Miisive that America s icad'i'.e.s Jo vi. . to. .lapan; on the lap lriTiit'. i'e s v ell as tp American deci sion to abcr. tb original Hughes naval iniHjl- "i "v(b- to satisfy , Japanese "ride ami sentiment is an omen of .Jart-;iiese-.Nme"''"an co-operation which :pcH trouble-for (,'hina. ;e CiUitrjjcts or i.ririsii coai are neiiig red in tin NN'cst Indies at lower rates n American coal. The cool rqcrators. he nddVd..' wvre ready to bold thf mar-' ket at eosi, if rail and water ratcrf could be made tt meet the emergency. j K:tlT)''- - S. IVveriH, and Frances ' hrlstoin Kvh. recent gradual es of Ihtb in univiTsit v. are the Prst women Jo be called to the bar in Ireland. 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