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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1022.
A WONDERFUL LITTLE BULL-FIGHTER If you have attended the Barnum & Bailey Circus you have been amused by a little man who performed antics through out the entire show, assisted by two other dwarfs. One of the chief acts of this miniature comedian is that of a burlesque bull-fignt. He fastens bull's horns on his trick goat and then goes through the most ridiculously amusing stunts in imitation of a bull-fight. He waves his red flag and his sword. The bull, or goat, charges him madly and round and round the ring they go, each by turn pursuing the other. This is Joe Kasino. leader of the troupe r f midgets that has for years been amasing the people of America. He is a husky little man, but nevertheless he knows his ills and tries to get rid of them. You who have seen him will be amazed to leam that he is fifty-eight years old and has spent nearly all his life in amusing people. Mr. Kass'no is a well-to-do man, and has a safety-box that is pretty well filled with gilt-edged securities. When asked to what he ascribes his vigor at his time of lifeyand his seeming perpetual youth, he says: "1 kcrp mv stomich and bowls in goo I condition with Sanalt." If you ask him what Sanalt is he will tell you that it is the "Sensible Tonic," and it has been made for nearly a hundred years and that he has used it to very gre:it advantas. Mr. Kassinn says: "Or course, I am sometimes troubled with constipation or indigestion. No one could reach my time of life and lead the active existence that I do. without feeling the elects of being over-taxed, but whatever thi trouble is 1 just take Sanalt for a week or so, and am tit again. It seems to make my whole system go straight. It surely keeps my complexion good by acting up :i the blood, an.l I neer have to 'be afraiJ of what I am jr,:in to eit if thfre is a S.iailt bottle nearby." You can cover up a baJ complexion with powder and roug, 1ut you cannot clear it up except by purifying the bloo 1, improving digestion and correcting the bowels. Sanult docs all these, therefore, Sanalt. thi; Sensible Touic. is a true beauti&er. Needs for Snows and Blows FILLED MOST SATISFACTORILY FROM THIS STORE Buck Saws, Saw Bucks, Coal Shovels, Hods, Metal Ash Cans, Rotary Ash Sifters, Snow Shovels, Hardware and Mill Supplies "Everything for the Farm ft JOEL M. STEARNS HKATTLEBORO, VT. Tel. 219 Greenfield, Mass. Tel. 635 More New Valentines Not only for Sweethearts, but for Friends, Mother, Dad and the Kiddies. HOPKINS THE FLORIST Spwtingews INVINCIBLES LEAD IN ALLEY LEAGUE Matches for Six Weeks Rolled Sin clair High Singles with '121, Olrfary Three String Total of .300. . ' li.,. . tlio other five ilie invinrioit-!.- - , . . . All 1 1 " r 1,kOTI11 TV It 11 SIX teams in t ue vuey uuvwm n.r- " - n weeks of play completed with a pmfall total of 7.7.11 for the six games thus tar nlflveu X UP .aniMioi-i - -- ace with a pinfall total of 7,!.., or J. ! , - L Inn.luN Willie tlH less than mai oi nt- - Non Skids, hold third place by 14 pin lead over the Live 1 . ires. . 1 ' bowled tne oesi. .-..i... - OLearv has the best three string total to his credit, ouu. if . " - Team. PinfalMotal Invincibles ' 7 '('" Nationals - ., Non Skids n . Live A ires . -'- Americans - iv- Alleys , AS ANTIS NOW LEAD .180. Team 3 Heats Pros Team 3 by Score of 1.277 to 1,209. 'im. t;.: on in ml C.S pins in the Ma- merit last night, bringing their total lead over the I i os to "-si! pins. u it" oniy wu' r match play left the Antis have a big lead and the Pros will have to make an Ort niTia n week lor average earn ii i -.. the la-t four weeks of the tournament o overtake them. In last night's match team :i of the Antis defeated team .. of S,J l'ros 1.J77 to l-0.. White of the Antis liad the best single. string. well as the best three-string total, -4. In yesterday's bowling results a typo graphical error credited Moffat t of t. he n ...:i. a hri.stritisr total ot i ION ll t ...... ....... I AUMKICS ASK. (Continued from I'age I.) -.i . i. H..1.IO v hnvvled -II -hird highest three-string total ot tnc natch. The scoies for last night : ANTIS TEAM " f.7 W km; S3 M 73 7:: 1:5 77 ie Keeley. White. Chase. Tenney IVvle. ;:; 2.-0 S5 274 S4 24fi S4 2.- 2r7 SS Totals. Tut tie. Croll. I'.ailey, Cruger, Jyocke, Totals 412 431 PIIOS TEAM 3. S2 !; 7S si 71 77 77 7S S'J 4341,277 - 23S S3 2-51 7(V-r- 2:12 S7 27.7 commodities ; studies of marketing costs and business methods. Other recommendations of this com mittee which were adopted included : That the government extend aid to Europe for economic rehabilitation. Limitation of the acreage of certain crops to balance production and restore the fanner's dollar to a normal buying power. - Approval of the program of the Amer ican delegation to the armament confer ence. Commendation of the investigations of retail prices by the departments of justice and commerce. Investigation by congress of plans to stabilize the dollar. Equalization of tariff protection. Vigorous action to place agriculture on a parity with other industries. . The gathering and distribution of for eign market and production reports by the department of agriculture. In adopting the report of its commit tee on foreign competition and demand, the conference went on record as favor ing: Financing of experts through credits authorized by congress. Investigation by the interstate com, merco commission to determine the ad visability of extending preferential ex port freight rates .to agricultural com modities not now affected. Extension of the provision of the Wcbb-Pomerene act, which provides for combination of concerns for export trade. lariff protection for agriculture to that afforded other i ndnstrien. Establishment of a tariff board to ad minister a permanent flexible tariff law with an anji-duinping provision. Opposition to a tariff on potash. Increased supirt of the Interna tional Agricultural Institute at Koine. Assignment of agricultural attaches to American embassies in foreign coun tries. The rejiort of the committee ou crop and marketing statistics, which was adopted, urged collection and dissemina tion by the department of agriculture of complete reports on everything of inter est to producers, a federal census of livestock eyery five years and state sur veys each year, and a biennial census of manufactures. . Adequate safeguarding of health, free circulating libraries and increased school facilities were recommended in the re port of the committee on farm popula tion and the home, which also was adopted. Other recommendations of this committee included study of rural problems, co-operative marketing, ap pointment of farm women on farm or ganizations and federal and state boards; encouragement of farm home ownership anil an increase in the num ber of public extension workers. FAIK OF NATIONS (Continued from Page l.) BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL 42 3!2 3011.21)0 BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Kev E. O. S. Osgood will conduct the chapel' service at the Ketreat Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Scovell restaurant in the P.arbcr building, which was closed today while the proprietor. 1. II. Scovell. was , Springfield. Mass., on business, will be re-opened tomorrow morning. Mr. Scovell returned on the 11.32 train today. A conference was held yesterday after noon in the Red Cross rooms, amotig those present being Mlu ' Elizabeth "V an Patten, state director of the Ked Cross and state department of health of P.ur lington. District Health Officer Chester S. Leach and Superintendent of Schools Ethel A. Eddy, both of P.rattleboro. and County Chairman of lied Cross E. C. Fel lowes of P.ellows Falls. Goiaenrod our National Flower. Mexico has adopted the nopal cac tus, or prickly pear, as its national flower, and Canada the leaf of the Biigar maple, remarkable for its beau tiful coloring in the fall. Ry popular vote the poldenrod lias been chosen a3 the national flower of the United j States, though there has been no offi cial adoption. aint am THE NEW all Paoer Store 43 Elliot St. equal opposes riati; fixing. Senator I'age Says It Would Necessitate Embargo on Farm Products. WASHINGTON, dan. 27. Questions relating to relief of the agricultural crisis croped out at various points yesterday outside of the national conference and the senate. Speaking at a senate agricultural com mittee hearing. J. S. Wannamaker of South Carolina, a delegate to the farm conference, declared that agriculture could be saved from bankruptcy only through government fixing of prices for cotton, corn and wheat. He estimated that it would cost the government more than ?."(H.tMM.(MM) in buying farm commodities to stabilize prices. Senator Page, Republican, of Vermont, said that every one realized that the agri cultural industry was in a sad plight, and that something should he done to relieve it if possible, but he suggested that the government could not tix and maintain prices on wheat and corn without prohib iting the import of those commodities. Mr. Wannamaker ami several senators agreed that an embargo would have to follow any price-fixing program. In a conference with newspaper men later in the day. Secretary Wallace voiced opposition to prive fixing, which, he said, would prove ruinous to the farming in dustry. He declared that be favtn-ed plans to restore the purchasing ower of the farmer's dollar to a parity with that in Other industries. Flacs also were arranged about the bal conies. Small hemlock trees made a Mr. and Mrs. alter S. Pratt are pretty background setting on the stage, spending the day in Springfield, Mass. Holland was represented at the grab) Emily, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. God booth, which was made in the form of frcv Croxbv, whd had been ill several a large paper windmill, at the base of Jays, is out again. which were placed crepe paper tulips, Warron Gibbo.,, cf ,;stoll ls a KUst Imside the mill packages of all kinds and in the homo of his sist(1, Irs r F descriptions were readily disposed of. Tuoma3 of Walnut street. Miss Marion Simonds, Mrs. Ida John-i son and Miss Lilla Marden, dressed in. -M,r!-- Jde .illiamron of Putney road Dutch costumes, presided here. It was ' ith scarlet fever. Mr. Williamson fitting that the artistic handiwork and. 1S recovering from the disease, fancy articles on sale should represent) Miss Frances! Lillis of the Holstein Sweden, ana this booth, trimmed in Friesian association office force is ill at Swedish Hags and national colors, iyas her home on Maple street wih tonsilitis. in charge of Mrs. G. F. I'arber, Mrs. II. Mrs. George E. ' Foster has returned K. Urown. Mrs. L. S. Edwards and Mrs. 'from New York city," where she visited A. W. Rockwell, who wore the native two weeks with her mother, Mrs. A. l',t dress. Miss Ruth Sargent, Miss Inez Hall. Akley Miss Charlotte Reed and Missj Mr. an(J Mrs. Carroll A. Wood of this Clara Pierce, who were in charge of thetown went t( Putwy Wednesday after lemonade booth, represented Spain and noon t0 ottend the funerai of (;(lorg. L. were dressed in Spanish costume an(l ' Pierce. displayed the national colors of red and , ' . . . vellow at their booth. ruc,s.f ust'"; who w in the Memo- Flags of Erin, green and white crepe, ,al .ospital -with an infection in one .... r,. tii,r thgmiwL'ii on1 T rl A 11PWI--" w . . ..0 u.. ..j Uvi. .... l.-u,.y. .r t . : " lr.it! Irish Free State nags in green, wuite and yellow made up the decorations at the booth representing Ireland. Mrs. W. II. Richardson, Mrs. P. Frost, Miss Lela Barber, Miss Minnie Cooper and Miss Florence Dickinson were in charge and were dressed in green and white, with attractive green and white paper caps. They disposed of a large amount of homemade candies and salted nuts. At the apron booth, where France was represented, Mrs. F. A. Tuttle, Mrs. C. P. Dickinson, and Mrs. C. 11. Simonds were in charge. France's na tional colors were used fn trimming the booth. One could easily ' distinguish Japan, where Japanese maidens presyled auU sold cut flowers and potted plants. Over this booth was suspended a large Jananesc parasol, from which several ;a Japanese lanterns were suspended, which when lighted, were especially pretty. Mrs. Arad Gould, Mrs. Verne II. Win chester. Mrs. L. G. Tasker, Mrs. How ard Gilson, Mrs. Harry Miller and Mrs. Julius Leach were in charge of the flowers. The ladies of the -church have taken the agency for a vanilla extract and a quantity of this product was on sale during the afternoon and evening, in charge of Mrs. C. S. Leach and Miss Katherine Ekert. pnai on crurcnes. Mrs. F. G. Pettee of Chestnut hill, who has been confined to her home several days by illness,' has not been quite as well the past few days. Mrs. W. II. Cray returned vesterdav from Manchester, N. II., where" she had been visiting in the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. II. I. Dyke, and family. Miss Margaret Maguire, clerk in J. E. Mann's store, who has been ill the past week in the home of Mrs. J. S. Morse in West Rrattleboro, where she boards, is better. Feb. 1G, Com- Michigan boxing fans believe that Rock Smith, the crack Rattle Creek wel terweight, is the best battler' developed in the Wolverine state since the days of Ad Wolgat and Stanley Ketchell. Come and visit the new paint and wall paper store, where you will find a full line of new 1922 wall papers and a complete line of paints of all kinds. SOME OF THE THINGS WE CARRY Wall Paper House Paint Floor Paint Auto Paint Roof Paint Bath Tub Enamel Valspar Varnish Pratt & Lambert Varnishes A Full Line of Paint Brushes Steel Wool Window and Plate Glass Atlantic Lead Pure Shellac Flat Wall Paints High Grade Enamels Paint Remover Butchers Wax Old English Wax Putty Sandpaper BASKETBALL Monday, January 30 8.15 O'clock FESTIVAL HALL ' Falcos of Holyoke vs. IJrattleboro Athletics League Game Ilay Path vs. Cadets Admission, including' tax, 50 cents Children, including tax, 15 tents NATIONAL GUARD INSPECTION DATES Will I5e Held In IJrattleboro Feb. 17 and 18 Colonel Gibson to Attend All Inspections. MONTPELIEK, Jan. 27. General orders, No. 3. issued from the adjutant general's office state that the minual armory inspection of the Vermont Na tional Guard for the year 1022 required bv paragraph 'o7. national guard reg ulations, will be hem on the following dates : Windsor, Wednesday, Feb. 15, Com pany it. Cellows Falls. Thursday, Company E. Rrattleboro, Friday, Feb. ' 17 pany l. Rrattleboro. Saturday, Feb. quartern and headquarters 172d infantry. Ludlow, Monday, Feb. 20, P.. . Rutland. Tuesday, Feb. 21, A. Rutland. Wednesday, Feb. 22. quarters first battalion and first talion headquarters comparuy and section, service company. J llurlingtou, Thursday, Feb. 23, Com pany K. P.urlington. Friday, Feb. 24, head quarters, second battalion and second battalion headquarters company. St. Albans, Saturday, Feb. 25. Com pany H. NcwiKrt, Tuesday. Feb. 2S Company L. ... NewiHUt, Wednesday, .March I, head quarters, third battalion and third bat talion hvadquarters company. Lyn.lonville, Thursday, March 2. Company C. - St. Johnsbury, Friday, March 3, Com pany D. Pane. Monday. March G, Company M- . Tuesday, March t, Serv- Mrs. Frank L. Burnett of Brook street, who has been ill several weeks with rheu matism and under the care of a nurse, is- improving slowly and is able to sit up short time each day. . . Mrs. E. B. Barrows has returned from a visit with her daughter in New York. Mrs. Barrows plans to leave next week for Northfield (Vr.) to visit Prof, and Mrs. Arthur W. Peach. Miss Viola M. Cameron ami Miss Helen Sanderson went today to Newfane where Miss Cameron will do work in con nection with the Boys' and Girls dub and Miss Sanderson will make visits in connection with her work as nurse for the Vermont Tuberculosis association. They will go from Newfane to East Dover tomorrow. IS, head company, Company Company head-bat-band GUILFORD. E. P. Squires and B. Perry have bought of Mrs. Mary Coombs a large amount of timber on a tract of land lying between the Bernardston and Vernon roads. They will begin to remove the lumber at once, llarland Strceter and D. M. Frazier al ready are chopping on the job and board ing at II. Winchester's. A reception was given to. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Higley Wednesday evening at Grange ball where a good number of friends gathered in spite of the bitter cold to extend -congratulations. Worthy Master Quinn presented Mr. and Mrs. Higley with a purse of money. A supper was served in the dining hall downstairs, after which a social time was enjoyed, many joining the dance to the music by the Bay State orchestra. Wednesday, March S, Montpelier, ice company. Montpelier, state arsenal. 'Montpelier, Wednesday, - March S, state administrative staff. Northfield. Thursday. March 9, Com- nanv F. IJntland. Fridav. Feb. 17. medical de tachment. Wallingford. Saturday, Feb. IS, 172d ambulance company. Col. Ernest W. Gibson. 172d infantry. is authorized to attend the inspection of the above organizations. The Guinea Stamp. Nothinjr goes by luck .In tlon ; it allows of no trick, you can write will be the are. Every sentence is the composi The best best you result of a long probation. The author's char acter is read from the title page to the end. Thoreau. v f-r it i COMING SOON Today PRINCESS THEATRE The Last Day to See PICKrORD in her lafesr production THROUGH THE BACK DOOR:' Mary Pickford can no mere grow up than Peter Pan, and that is why this is just rh tpe of charming picture that you want to see her in. It recalls to ns how warm and real and lovable and divine a thing it is to be just human. A TREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY ALSO , Tony Sarg's Novelty "Decent of Man from Monkey" MATINEE 2.30 Children 10. Adults 22c EVENING 7 and 8.45 C'hihllrcn 15c. Adults "JHc Mrs. Arletie Warren, Pianist ' TOMORROW WILLIAM RUSSELL IN Desert Blossoms Story tf a young civil engineer, who is down but never out. A Sunshine Comedy, featuring the world famous liputians. ' THE LAST CHAPTER OF "The Vanishing Trails" WITH MAKY ANDERSON and FRANKLYN FARNl'M MONDAY" AND TUESDAY The most amazing picture of the screen today. Half the world is reading the book. All the world will see the nicture. with ACNES AYRES RU00LPH VALENTINO y C.M.MUU "The Sheik" is an amazing photoplay which shows you the way an Arab chief makes love to a beautiful English' girl be has captured. A thousand vyild mount flowing robes obey his slightest eil Bedouins with long rifles and wisli ride through the picture like the wind how shall she escape? She sees the slave-brides dance beneath the great' canopy for his sultanic pleasure. She is to become one of them unless fate rules otherwise. That is the plot of it ! The shiver o it I AND MANY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Window Shades Bring your broken windows to us and -we will set new glass. Furniture refinished and all kinds of sign writing done. In fact, we intend to carry most everything and do most everything in the paint and wall paper line. All Kinds of Paint Mixed la Your Order WE ALSO DO ALL KINDS OF PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING We've lost our steps and front entrant, but the little side door is always open What Is Better for this Arctic climate than a good Ouster Stew? We have the .oysters, fresh in; also the milk from our farm. We have Deerfoot Farm Sausage fresh three times a week. , ... Just opened, a fresh box of Persian dates. They look mighty good. Our customers tell us the can buy better meat for less money here, than some places that talk more about it. . For Sunday Dinner T Gm tzi' 3 irr.. j! order one of our fine roasts roast . beef, roast lamb, roast veal, etc. You will ifind our meats are meats of quality, and if you- have guests they will praise your selection as well as the r way it is prepared and, served. Roast Beef ............. . . -i v. 20 to 25 C Roast Veal 20 to 33? Roast Pork . 1 ............ 20 to C0 Chuck Roast ..... 12 to 20 SPECIAL . Best Bacon ........... 25 CORY'S MARKET - 4 SOUTH MAIN STREET WALTER F. SPEAR ABBOTT'S