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TIIE BRATTLEBOltO DAILY REFORMER: SATURDAY, DEGEmER 17, 1921.
3 IY TH E RAZOR THAT SHARBENS ITS OWN BLADES dW '111 IHMWIIIM WIIHMJJM1W llTTTj irS&Vrfl IS SSlrttr plated razor, strop, year's mitpplj oi blades, in compact case, fS.OO JJV fn secojcte a man geto a freshly stropped blad with this razor. Morning after morr.tag he cr.joys the same comfortable shave. The Valet AutoStrop Razor strops, shaves snci cleans without removing the bl.de. Eaves money on blades every tnonth in the year. Corns in and ark for a demonstration today. It will settle one or more of your Rift problems. A variety of attractive sets $5.00 to $25.CC. CHAS. F. ft! ANN nnATTI.EBOKO. VERMONT TEL. T.S MAIN tea 3 mam Other Powers Cannot Un- derstand Purpose of Such a Navy HARD TO EXPLAIN 5 ! K0v7C-,A.:t;'T 'os ,V,-:;.iO; p Q1S NEW POLICY GETS MUCH CRITICISM W V. c r : ij S 2 f IK W A. 5 '? Oil !..&.! N'T 'J A.TX!0? i 7 ill cn tho Btrcp fiV blade i., teon Don't Buy New When the Old Will Do You may think that your baHery is ready for the juiiKinan hut are you sure? A battery lias to be pretty far cone that our scientific system won't restore it to life and usefulness. Think how many dollars it would nn. in to you this year to get another season out of your battery. That's the kind of service we're giving at the EX1DE SERVICE STATION. Eet us go over your battery and you won't have any road trouble but if trouble comes, remember we are as close to you as the nearest phone. Call No. 730-M and our service car will be with you in a jiffy. We are at your service always. Our rental batteries are always ready for ycu to use while we are repairing yours. Tell your ignition trouble to us and ?oon you won't have any fo tell. Don't forget the place. If you have never tried us you'll be Mir prised at the reasonableness of our charges for guaranteed work. The Exide Service Station C. C. WELEMAN. Prop. 77 EEEIOT STREET Could Not Pay War Debts and Carry Out Such Expensive Const met i')!! Program May lie Driving Sharp Ilar gain f'jr Eand Armaments. P.y DAVID LAWRENCE. (Special Dispatch to The Reformer.) Copyright 1!-1. WASHINGTON. Dee. IT. Franco U r!.' new mystery of the arms conference.! Her smldtMi demand for a navy that shall j eventually equal tiial of Japan has j thr.-.'.vn the conference into a state of ner vous irritation. (Jreat lritai:i doesn't v;j nt r.iiv neishbor to have a navy ;:s. pDwerfui as that Japan pos. -es-.es. For! ; v. liat iurp(ise wfold the French use nifli inovitr.hly vv:.uld. to have a navy equal to .j n.lvvv lth:t i'f l'r:uice. She has iir.plored' If the French ,.lan Mere approved. it i Ia,:c-o to re.lu.-e her amy so as not to; vonld. mean tbat both Great Rritain ifc; "t'IL iL S L tdL i ... t yt h-na tn t t. - i : - f -i.i.i. .1 i...:!t shins vn!i h1 waste of: . ... i ..i! .i niwin'v that ciMiid tlio;'vis( uscl for .. ,',..,,1,,,.;,,, ir. the I'jieille wool, I ve ' "".. line purposes t-i he 'aba in! oie.I. P.riiain would have to v v.-cr;d. ;lvi more .-.ttention also to the Mediter- J C.ive No i:.pl:inatson. ranean. the t rench them-.eivi. 13 N it B AINT VO'J A5F.A1D WHEH . .-r-A wx ' ' "-' A J ,'.'-V A SPECIAL SHOWING OF Ladies 9 Silk Hosiery A New Stock, Selected Particularly for the Holiday Trade LATEST STYLES WEST BRATTLEBORO at $1.00 Pure silk, with 5-inch lisle gar ter top, in black only shaped ankle. Christmas ProiHam at Academy -nnidMhle than tl:eir:"f ,!"V vould be s much waste of; appecbtive audience was that al! thoughts of!1!'"l!" .th:,t tv ; se, for r,., "-osteiA.r afterno-.n in Academy ..m,,u ,-.,. tJl in- ,1RU w!i(,,, ., .iR3 lf the West p.rattle- I !)oii and I'tii .'l-viile Parent-i erifaer as I soeiation war: held, and the puniis of the Ter Tio x-i two sehoii-s nresented a ( 'hristir.as ju-3- In a nutshell, the request of I ranee for phuiation cf how they intend to m e; ?.'!. cinsixtin" of dr-l's. a farce, dui a larger aavy. which soi:;e d iv would he J ibeir interest payux nt: on war ih-ht if "fg'i". d'lets. m.i s. and chor-i-; ringing even m-r' efficient, so far as i;w siiijis ttey start oat on nr. en .r:.i . is aavul pro-! by the smaller children. The aftern ton's are v er;o 1, tlut'i tli; I'.ritish or Aiin ri- j Arierica to 'nilhl seven ships in live entertainment opened with singing Christ ian lb efs. has started a wave of supi- j r.ram. The French would a's.i compel inns car 'Is by the entire audience. The ci"Ti. Instead of tbinkn:T about the P;- :ars , .,s to veh up with ticm and !.'', rations in the ball were exception-r-iie problems as future causes of con- Japun would havetodo tlie same proper- :,!!y beautiful and retiect much credit on diet-, the P.ritisb vonder if some .f the t i. oia ; !y . The total burden i.p.n all "the tic cbiblnn. v. h; toade practically ad r, nnii.v i1ispMe which are arising over 3,aval Mvers w..u!d be up in the biili .ii t'neui. Piacaicis. which were carefully I'. i- Eastern (iietio:;s i ii:;l:t precipitate and the naval holiday idea would have : nd well made. wtre placed ab.ut the a sea 3r in the Mediterranean. i little chance f being renewed. i v.al". bearing Christmas greetings. The The atmosphere if the conference has What, t herefntv. is );!dnd the French stag" was trimmed with several small changed over night. CritioUai tf the proposal? I- it a bargaining scheme in Christmas trees, evergreens, poinsettias. French policy is heard on every side i.rdrr to achiexe ortain results, or is it and in the rear we. a tireidaee lighted by The Filited States delegation had hardly simply a reM'.'t of French indi-cn tion in means, of a thishiiglit. the effect l;eing i-i covered from its disappointment from umierMunding her coii. -allies at this con- decidedly pretty. Santa Clans npHf-arcd the failure to compel Japan to accept the ter- :'ce'.' T'.es,- (n:esfion are bein"- in due time r.nd unloaded two Christmas i ilgina! Hughes pro-rr-m win n the French ;-.ked in ctlicial quarters ;;;id d n:bt wouid tre-f. ami as the children marched out cf interv lie v.. th :i plan tnat will increase 1 tnr.wn iiin ihe nt;.i'.h Intention of te.e hail each was presented a hag it pop tiie linancial burden of Fram e. ihe Fr-a h with rcga.rd to a new r.avv.ciru and cndy. Many Disturbing EllVcts. j were it not tor the fact that a few days ago the 1-rench parliament una nimor.slv ' -.r. . 4m,i ... v m- i.,. .,r; it., ir. rf !... ww I.' !. .1.. T-. 11.1.1 mil ....... ). ., , 1 ' :.""- .". " n.and for mo re capital ships. As a lirit- il a of S.e 1 1 1! naval pi-.'ram. Tin re rh spokesman pointed o:tt yesterday the those wiio believe this was for re- pr.'P'.sal cf i he Frencb. throws a monkey ph,( eir.'-nis tins i! 1!C". wrench in the mac'niio rv fr.m manv dif- , siblv II .;e ihiiii' t 'rent on : ! i! of Q 20 Silk with lisle top, in black, white, cordovan, navy and dark gray.. Also drop-stitch, in-African brown. clt $2.50 Full fashioned, lisle tops, in black and fawn. at $3.50 Pure silk entire length, full-fashioned ingrain; black and cordovan. Christmas Trees vm s As- 1 -iS'-r's , .--t f f-s jy k Plants and Flowers HOPKINS THE FLORIST after an illness with a severe cold. Mrs. John McKay, who was iil a few eeti.ins. In t!n tirst iilace. the Fr-u-h plan is to begin c n.-trarthoi in I'.fl'o ami c nnpleic ti e building of !! I'npiial ships in Id ears. This v.onid Piia;i a h'ter type of ship than any tie-1 Ani'vioans ,, i:riti.-h vi!l h:ie at t"at time i! the original naval iciilay if l'i years asrei! upon by dr.pe.n. (i;ai !'.;i.-, aln mid the i'nitcd States is r.'tai n-d. i in ord.r to catch up with Framv. I -r i t : i Jreat L-itah: and the Fnit-d S;ates v-ou'd have to bihli! i v.- : ;.., r capilai ships oj" f.-ist -Jutland t.pe to be oil il , .,. ,." c. '.unlit y will, tin Vrwirii. j Since i;.e batile of .!:illa:n! a O'-rtoin' f. pe of vessel known as a "post-Jutland. s:dp" 'n::s seemed to rem!.-,- i. e. all i'i. p.-evi-ni -y to t hat ( unbat. ' n t ho other ha'd. the chances are 'that the French are ree.Hy trying to get . !" c nces-iuns (.,.t of this conference, . rnd the phrasing of ti e res-oh-tions on' land arm;'.: ' nl a:n! tbat France wdi ..t tim projier i :'i:o it leake the i!-n:i! dipb i i'.iio gesioie of g. n.-ros't" and r.vede weeks following en operation in the ?Iem irial hospital, is out again. Arthur Woodworth and AHen Ilamil t. 'ii vtii.h'ets at Norwich university, are v. their Immcs h,'v for the Chri.-tmas !I. t'l h"r lir tsiic den uniis. mtherwiso '. .iric: PI .- ne mo ii x o; :.i.m th ' iirst t'mr. n Metcalf. who bad been severe cold and con . was cot vesterd.iv for J: L. ' Sf. we! Iras' bad th:"?ce htt-" in the rear cf 1 is st-re building torn down and is 1 a i"g : 'new one built on the same s'.tc, .Tin tin uik! .' "bitney Vv: my ,-r.e d dug the work. t rs ci 'bi(-npe- Falis. Ma not he: 'ingl Tio re' 'nm ml .tnr i! i.-:r p nn ,. irmtiun difficulties, t! to ih. a ing r.a.y. I no:"- Fr- i- looked upon with console, ahh nneasi- . . ..Mie.o .i as v. cm as in lu m-m iro-i en1: n 'at ion of h'lam e mav exe'ed in ii:te!;si;y the tone of Eoi d Cur.on's l ei cut speech ni whici) ho vj-r.red France t"l' her policy ct impeiialisnj un.l ln:ft. ariua mt.o. s. t ' nim lunaf "iy. the 1. -tinning cf French P'dicv here is s-.ta-v.-iu::.' -confusing e- c.ium' .if ;!,. many eh.inge! In personnel, was a inottci! . ; n:r-day to the .de!r s. First Premier P.riaml was here and then h sii;al f,.r na-dieai trer'tnn'Ttr. Mr-:. C. K.l'f i.i. i-i... -w- ii. ..ixii-.r. . . 1...... :.-:....: il I Mt'iii'li. r . -..It-. 1..... w ...'.-. i r -' lem-n .... . 1,.. .!.,, .. . ... i i,,,-.P...l !....,,..- to !. I..t.i't.i1 tl... t private biisiness in 'France and nnd- ! 1'' d.i was discharged yesteniay !! nrei-.t rat ions t.e s:iin I. ... i...f.-.. :,;:. went to the Hubbard farta in Ver- i.n iM.sal i ...; ,,.1V!,i ,..:.. '..... ! ., , !e;t the annonnci-m.en; cf si ital a' at S3. 75 0ut size black; a11 silk and fm fashioned ingrain, black. at $4.50 and - at $5.00 All silk, verjr heavy, full fash ioned ingrain, lace clocks; black only. S. WINFIELD MEADE "109 MAIN 'STREET ' 111 tll ".0('.( .(11)11 for the m-w I propo-a! to a .-oi Word i nate ui:hout giving: capital ships, she v. on pay .her war debt to (in ppr..,ii'.a i eiy series ,,f 1(1 less a. lo it P.rita;:i v. ho ii ment. would be nosi t .:t the iast 1.1 - - powers an;.' i nt im.-t i . :i that' It is pieeisch- his kind of tactics- Place Your Orders. ( I'.osron (Ilobo.) x !'!C the Finish sav has ..,. k.v-iin2 A try nod v v. !-... twnU any p-Tcurime I.'.,.. .... :.. :i . .i . imiI j i. ii-.!. I .inn -.- to l.-o l-ls'.- ,,f Vl-,,,-.., ...ii i .t. ... i . -i . o:i ii! . :i 'i..ii siinv I .e '.',:'.', ami s " "' i ' ' .'. .7 . " ' , "'.' ,;' id-iayin ..coo.trncto.n. i Vt.. who b, killimr SiO Imtlg.diotrs has ' " I' ' ' earned a round S'JiC, utnler V .s.oi.-s. .i.o i'.an owes (.reat t.rit iin ' as well as the Fluted States, a war h ht j -PFAT AKHIAL CMXTKIl tll.it COllld tmt ttos-sil.jv lH. ,,,t fr,r ., - n ation if Italy felt' compelled, as "she -Vl'v!l,, y':; Svui T: UjHaou And Airshrp bedsjehoL; lwriitv 1.1V". rnaont t St boi l In CalifernI i. A'VCU.l'S. faT.. Iee. 17 I '';' iK-w.r.'- i-'--c . ''', ..' .., -V. -S ' 2 e' f Vt J-y f s-. . t , s " V '.' :jfc. -v -A yt,- -.s:' .' S-rf v. BUY HARNESS NOW Buy now and take advantage of the present low prices of harness and leather goods. Prices of leather arc at lowest ebb. Production costs have been ! shaved to the minimum. Godfrey harness have been re duced 30 in price in the past few months. Look over our siock of these harness. H. NIX 56 Elliot Street 23. We Can Save You Money On Northland Skits Tubbs Snowshoes Tubbs Skiis Strand Skiis Skii Poles Skates Ives Mech. Trains Toys Boxinrr Gloves Games Knives Dells Footballs Striking Bags Flashlights Scout Kites Clocks Watches ' Basketballs Striking Bag Platforms - Dumb Bells Indian Clubs Baseballs ' Rubber Balls Tennis Balls Tennis Rackets Come in and we wiil show you the other good things we have. -Ar.a- oue of j Fluted ' enlargement of the army I try I Per:-, t'C-iinie ri.il centers in th ' : a. riiie.. ihe gre.p.- . r ; Stare.--, wltu th I : I'' oi school a U-s:- Field there to a n I .army bd'on ami niiv-hip school. The; war depart rient has sent the largest mm- ! riitid ii'rsl.ip ever seen on the Pacilici 'a . t!ie aiih:i 1 -I! w!:ich participated; m tin recent aerial bombardment ft the . rman battleships c!T Ilamoton Koad-. This is added to a pony blimp. !.'; captive balloons and einht fre" balbrois ' I n ' w at tln post. it i- tie- iirst airship ; sc hool in the west, and similar to the f 15 ! . ..i. .. i ... i i i -; . . i . i 1 1 , 1 ii. s.iouii ii t i.u iii;i'' i ii in, i iaiiip.t.ii. .1 . I ' ni 1 1 "act i in woi k is under w ay for j Tj i two great sci haiifmrs at the lieUl. 1 l;e a i-shii) i)-:; is 1 ! is feet long. ."1 feet, I. ! 53 ii.rhes wiil - rtml feet hih. It h;is a I cruising radius of 7! miles at the cru.is- ir.;; speed of ',7, niiles an hour, and a rad-j fig. i i. s in .ion nun's at mgn speen. t.;i nutes I ,-n boar. A ere"- of four operates the I ;;: -at airship. 'Paere nre aceommdu- !o;is aboard .or three addit.toial oiheeis. Cerizane Balsam I OK THAT COUCH gives runck relief. "Get a Dottle Today" at The Park Dmcr Store Flowers and Plants for Christmas We have a choice collection of Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for Christmas. Ve are picking Quantities of Carnations from our own plants. A few nice pir.k Chrysanthemums, also ltoses, Violets, Snapdragon, Paper White .Narcissus, etc. Pot Plants consist of very tine Resonias,, Poinsettias, Primroses, Jerusalem Cherries. Heather Plants. Cyclamen, Ferns, etc. Some very fine Holly, sold by hunch; also Holly Wreaths. Prices are cheap for quality of plants. Call at Moran & Kohde's store December 2, '2:1 and 2-1 and pick out what you want. Tel. 752 C. N. BOND, FLORIST BISHOP .MfO'lNNKLL COMING. ! To Preside at Vermont Methodist Confer encc at IIcMows Falls. I CIllPVCll ll.n. IT- - Tin on noon- l"lt 1 i wis made estenhtv at the beaihiua iters j l5. cf the committee iVii const rvat ion and ad-! fwl ... ii,., i',.;',,-; i : . f ii,., mi. 1 , t.ps to the spring rannual c. inferences 'which were made by the bishops .at their meeting at Syracuse, X. V.: ; New England conference at Maiden. Mass., April F. J. McConnel!. 1'itts i burgh. 1 'a. X.vv 1 1 -i m.-.sl, f-intiH'(nco ;t Till on i:N. II., April V.). E. II. Hughes, Maiden. ; Mass. Vermont conference at I'.ellov s Fails. April -JO. F. J. McComieU, Pittsburgh. Pa. FIGHTIJ.T i'd LL FIGHTS H. M. WOOD The Sporting Goods Man Everything Pertaining to Sport iM-viciwi New-paper Attempts To llavs j Children Prohibited From Attending MEXICO CITY. IVo. 17. The nev.s naoer. E! Fuivoivnl. im.s started a cam- .Mi 'i. -tiiit i...:i n'.miittr .-l,0-li i--! to give promise of possible success. in ilo' belief that the present genera I ii u of i'ov iiims enjoys the sport so much ii. . 1 1 ' : i.t . k in. i us proa inn am is iiiiinosiusc, in- newspaper is att uiiptins: lo keejt cbil-1 ik. n away from the tights and to that in ! Iras idaccd ihe mayor of Mexico city I i o i r-Ti rrn r5? iti rsn f en va nsi ri rsi r? rsn ? ?n 1 5n ri rn r7i nei rsi nn r?n i 1 1 k i ri rn nn rsi rrai ri rsi i m 1 i a i m 1 nl Tax 1 iT! o5l tjj:--lL.---JlTixlsJi jt.-!Lr'it.-rjL--.Jt' W -il .fTtt .1. ''"'I 'C I', '' f I M '' -1 I -JLTTL.l--i.IT H" I i II ' fit . 81 S W k K i M W M re uW K t n U . VI S Ifr-B m S k leg LfJ TV JS ?i ei-'BK SrraTls.3 K a i A 0 h V lLl 1 " JtJ " fil ! r-r. , -',tT IB I ?w i. S V ! I.vv5'- -sSs. x t T m -a kJMm pis g -1 I I N?-"- . a 'H- X W fcl VC IV '.'M I I m X -.P' ra , MM : r--- -i - .-pt.. .j - t-i L- K 1 ISJ (Si laJ am! the governor of the Federal district, rrr ia v. hieh Mexico sty is loe-tted, on record ; IrJ &ii oppoi ed to boys and girls witnessing fjj"! ! lie "brutal sport. If you want a good suit of clothes you don't expect the best suit in .the store for the lowest price. Neither should you .expect the best pair of slippers for the lowest price. I .liss iiuaa .(oitnstone, wnq nas.neen t-i i :?: icnt pi! in the chair of historv in A -J lj dn university, has hdd the reader- J& sfi in l.i -si or v ni 1 hut institution since te,p .111,1 nr.,. !..nslr lcid been senior as- 5 sistaut led urer in history at Manebcster tin iveFsily.' - - Slippers $1.50 All Kinds of For Men, Women and Children. Elliol Su Phone 276-M to $1.75 . Hosiery All first quality goods. a t 9 Opposite Fire Staiion 13 Hi H3 0 il a J3 i 5 i 1