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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY ISUFOLOlEll; MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13; 1922.
ma 4 mm III Bfafia ftp pIiM of thin, run down peo ple have re-found the joys of splen did health by taking IT DUiLDS YOU UP and helps you regain . your normal weight Sold by all good druggists Her Druggist Recommended It And All the Family Used It JRS. A. H. SHOVAN is a much re-! sneofpd resident, nf Wpst. flrunir Massachusetts. After taking a number of medicines prescribed by physicians and otherwise learned of, without gaining desired results, she took her druggist's advice. But let her tell her own story, j v "I was in a generally run-down con-' dition, weak and always tired. My food , did not seem to nourish me and I id not enjoy it. It seemed to me that all the organs were out of sorts. The doctor's medicines and others that I had taken did ', me no good. I was in Mr. Jackson's dru I store and telling; him of my troubles. He asked me to try a bottle of Sanalt and he said if it did not help me he would cheer fully refund my money, j "I took the first bottle and it made me feel so much better that I took two more. It made me stronger in every way. I was so pleased that I bought a- bottfe for my two children, and soon found a great dif ference in their actions. New my hus band is taking Sanalt and is already bein benefited as it has had a wonderfully help ful effect upon his stomach. So you sec Sanalt has done good for the whole family. We were generally out of sorts, as entire families often get,' feverish, somewhat constipated and rvstiess, and it seems as il Sanalt just started ua going in tLe right way." BOND & SON Established 1S72 The Largest Ideal Equipped Exclusive Morticians in ermont. Facilities and Service Unsurpassed. CHAPEL AND ROOMS in nnr building Tel. '2(j4 "W or U BRATTLEBORO, VT. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. TEOMAS RICE, M. D. American Building. Office hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. IR. E.TTTRCYriP'aVsiicUn nd Sargtcn. 214 Main St. Ottice hours: 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 p. va., 7 to R.30 p. m. Tel. 256. DR. BE. WHITE, Physlcika ana Surgeon. Barber Building, Room 2CS and 206. Hours: 1-3 and 7-8 p. m. Office tel., 717-W. re.. 717-R. DrTc. BrHUrTIER. OiSce at residence, West Brattiehoro. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2, and 6.30 lo 8 p. m. Telephone, 313 wTTTkAINE, M7"D7,"Physiciao and Surgeon. Office. Room 10, Cilery building. Kouti: 8.30 to 9.3C; 1J0 to 3.00; 7 to 8. Office 'phone, 4?-W. Residence, 73 Frost, St., 'phone. 429-R. C R. A Lb RICH, M. D. Hours: to 2.30. 7 to 8. Office 'phone. 165-W; house, 165-R. X-ray work a specialty. G. P ASDERS027, Surgeon and Physician. Surgery a specialty. Oaic and residence. Brooks House, 128 Main St. Hours: After noons, 1.30 to 3. evenings, 7 to 8, except Tues days and Fridays. Sundays by appointment only. 'Phone 2-46. DR. GRACE W. BURNETT, Physician and Surgeon. Market Block, Elliot St. Office hours: 8.30 to 9 -30 a. m.;.1.30 to 2.30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 744-W. DR. H. P. GREENE, Physician and Sargeon. Office, Bank block. Hours: 1.30 to 3. and 7 to I p. m. Residence, 83 Green St. Telephone connection. Mornings and Sundays by ap pointment only, EDWARD R. LYTTCH, IS. D. Surgery a ape cialty. Ofiii-e, Park Building. 'Phone, 540. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Residence, Putney Road. 'Phone, 177. Sunday a 'by ap pointment only. DR.A. I. "MIELER, Hooker block, Brattle boro. Office honrs: 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6.30 to 8. W, R. KOYES, M. D., Phyafcian and Surgeon, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Hrs. 9 -2, 1.3G-5. Wed, and Sat. Eve. Am. Bldg. DR. KENRY TUCKER. Residence, 12 Grove St.; telephone. 258. Office, Leonard block. Hoars: 1.30 to 3, and 7 to 8. Telephone, 29-W. DR. H. L. WATERMAJT. Office, 117 Main St. Over Kuech's store. Hrs.: 1.30-3, 7-8. Tel. 42-W. W. H. LANE, LI. D., 117 Main St. Hours: 1 to 3 ard 7 to 8. except Sundays. Tel. 789- vV. D"R. C. G. WHEELER, Osteopathic Physklan, 110 Barber Bldg. Office hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Treatment by appointment. Tel. 219-W. HASKINS & SCHWENE, Attorney! and Cona BeUorsat Brattleboro, Vt. DR. G. F. BARBER. Dentist. Union block. Bratclebtiro. . . FRANK: E. BARBCR, Attorney at Lav. . ber Building. Brattleboro. Bar- O. B. HUGHES, Lawyer. Telephone 1106- W. 212 Barber Building. BARROWS A CO., Waoletaie and Retail Dealers in coals ot afl kinds. Office, 37 Main St.. Brattleboro. , BOND A SON, Exclusive TJnJettaUng. Auto- mobile service. Telephone 264rW. ' tf.?, Idfll or ' .'PHONE 354-W IMbraii & Rohde Funeral Directors Automobile Equipment 57 MAIN STREET Brattleboro, Vermont FISH TO ERADICATE YELLOW FEVER Species Discovered That Eats Mosquitos Bearing Deadly Germ TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN SOUTH AMERICA Con Operate In Entire Danger Zone A!on Pacific toast Will Be De veloped la West Indies and Along Hot Atlantic Const. BLOOMINUTON, Ind.. Feb. III. Yel low fever, tin- scourge of South America for centuries lias been eradicated from (iituyuqun on the coat of Leuador, ac cording to an announcement received here by Dr. t-'arj II. Eigonniann, head of the department of zoology of Indiana l"ni vcrsity and an authority in South America ti fishes, from the sanitary com-i mission of Ecuador. The announcement was accompanied by specimens of little lishes discovered for the prevention of the disease, with a request that they be Classified and that information Be given from data collected in various Indiana university expeditions to South America as to where these lishes are to be found.! The lishes have been identified and de-! tailed information has been forwarded which will enable other South American" countries to locate the lishes and use; them in dealing death to the yellow fever mosquito. Yellow fever is carried from one per son to another by a mosquito which lives in the barrels in which the natives of South America keep their drinking wa ter. Each family has kept its own sup ply of yellow fever carriers, so- to speak, and manv times ports of the west coast have been closed against ships on ae- count or outbreaks ot yellow fever. lie-. cently the sinitary commission of Ecua dor began exiieriments with various tishes which would cat the mosquitos in the. barrels. Some lishes ate the "wigglers which develop into mos(piitos, and it was found that two fishes, called "chal aeos" ar;d "huaija" by the natives, diil the work effectively. The "chalaeos" is found everywhere nlon the tmnical part of the Pacific coast and will be available for mosqui to contrd along with the entire danger zone from Peru to California. Others of the same species are found in similar situations over the entire danger one in the YYor-t Indies and hot Atlantic coast. The second species, called "huaijas" would ba even b-'tter able to control the situation than the "ehalacos'' if it did not have the habit of jumping out of the barrels. This ti-li is cmiined to Central Peru, according to the records of the Indiana I'liiversity expeditions. SOFTII MAVFANE. .Mrs. S-mneI M.irse. Mrs. Georgiana (fJ-Mdnowl M. rse. m, widow of Samuel Morse and a lifelong resident of fsouth N'ewfane, died at her home here Saturday moroinvc at 1 .:iO o'clck, after a s-hort per'md f failiac health. l)e;ith was due to n jrencra! Lre.tkiiiR duwn of old ae. She was a daughter of Deacon John ! nnd Sallv (Straltnni Comlnow and was; horn Jan. -'. 120. Ih c early life was j spent in tl is villase and on Straiten hill, (m Nov. 12. iS-I, she married Sa; itiel , Morse, wiio died Jan. 7. 1!m1. More than1 ."! years of their married life w:is spent j mi the Morse farm, which had heen in the; family several K'iH -rations. After Mr. i Morse's th ath she moved -to the village j with her daughter. Mrs. (Jeorju- M. I.r.ve, j where sl:e had lived since. Sli" was fur many jears a incinhcr of j the Uaptist church and a regular alteud-j art at its services even attending on j pleasant Sundays when able daring the; last year of her life. Many who are now Rrown up will remember her as thel teacher of the children's class in Sunday seInH.1, a position she held n-re than -lO j years. The esteem in which she was hoM j by many long-time acquaintances is well, expressed in, original lines sent as a; greeting on her l.'d birthday anniver-j sary oy a neighbor anil toriner Suiulay sclmol pupil : "My love and admiration I be-r to send to thee, Whose whole life has heen godly, Faultless at ninety-three." Her active interest, not only in her home but in outside affairs, is shown by the fact that she registered and voted at both the nri:nary and general elections' in the fall of 1!20. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. A. Fine for Lumbago Musterole drives paia away and brings in its place delicious, soothing comfort. Just rub it in gently. It is a clean, white ointment, made with cilcf mustard. It will net blister like the cld-fashioned mustard plaster. Get Musterole today at your drug store. 35 and G5c in jars end tubes; hospital sizs, S3.G0. BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER "CAP" STUBBS a Tra i Pit? am- SEVENTY- NlNF CENTi C'H rv1 ! W HEP,c DID YOU EVER oer a that c-rr i DQf."' Glenn Kendall of San Bernardino, Cal., Mrs. Lee Love of South Newfane and Mrs. Arthur M. Merritield of Willianis ville. and by one son, Samuel H. Morse of Boston. One daughter,. Abbie L., died at the age of 11 years. There are four livine urandehi'dren. Mis. Samuel (i. it Nehalcm, Ore., Mrs. (Jeorge S. lirnckett of Marysville. Cal., Mrs. Floyd J. Fairbanks of Brattleboro and Samuel j A. .Meirineict ot . Hiiamsviiie, and il great-grandchildren. She also leaves one half-sister. Mrs. Ellen I, Miner of Brat- ' .1 . v 1. s? ueooio, nun iwv oruiueis, i n vtcii s. (ioodnow of 'I rants Pas, t)re.t and nam ji. (iXhiiii)v or Aewtane. , - The .funeral .will bo- held at the Bap tist 'church Tuesday at. 2 o'clf ik and (he burial will fake place in the South New fane cemetery. t ' IJl'M 'TOl'ltS FKOM. CANADA. Iftehf . Derision That Liquor Can lie Transported to I Solder, for Export Aids Smugglers. "" ; I'.l'FFALO, N. Y.. Feb. 1... The re cent Canadian court decision that i! was legal to transport liquor to the border for export purposen has changed the i whole business of rum running across j the Niagara river. ! All the night dangers are eliminated, j The smugeVrs now load their fast motor 'boats on the Canadian shore, under the supervision of Canadian customs offi cials, and dart off to the American side, where they land long before warning can be telephoned the American customs of- titers. I 1 lie Americans have redoubled their vigilance, but the river bauk presents a long stretch of possible landings, and so far there has not been enough men here to check the rush of liquor. Vigilance has been redoubled, however, on the ferry and on the bridges and automobiles are being searched very thoroughly. R. J. JtlSCIlOFF OWES $1,500.00;). Chicago lias Rival of I'onzt Feels Re lieved When Arrested. CHICACO. Feb. 13. Raymond .7. Hiscln 11". taken into custody Saturday after involuntary proceedings in bank ruptcy had been instituted against him by creditors, yesterday admitted that he owes about $4..rjK).fMK). representing the savings of fi,(MX Chicagoans. mostly foreigners. Less than Sl.fWMMKK) worth cf oil and gas stock of doubtful value is a a i ) a lil i tA n-i.,. .l.Krrnti,Ai,., it- , c l i.' l nm l J lit icu L n'll.i. 11 it-- announeel. Uischoff, whose financial operations apparently rival those of Charles Ponzi. the lioston "wizard." expressed relief when taken' into custody by deputy mar shals, lie had received threats from those he is alleged to have fleeced, he said, and was afraid to venture into the south and west side districts. where most of his victims live. TWO BITTEN RY MAI) DOC. About Dozen Other Dogs ltitten liefore Animal Is Shot in Suffiehl. SI FFIKLD, (V.nn.. Feb. IS Miss Eunice O recti wood. IS, daughter of Uev. Victor (Jreenwood. pastor of the First Congregational church, and Alfonso Carney. 12. son of John Carney of West SuSield road, were bitten by a mad dug which ran through the town yesterday afternoon. Miss Oreenwood received a severe laceration of her right hand and the Carnev boy was badly bitten on the left arm just above the wrist. The dog. during its passage through the town, also hit about a dozen dogs he fore it was shot on Kent avenue by Hernia u Hayes its it was attacking two dogs owned by his brother. Jerrv Haves. F.LSU: HIM. WITHDRAWS. Will Not Hun for Congress From Con nt ct if ut on Any Ticket. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1.?. Elsie Hill, chairman if the National Council of the Woman's party, announced lar night the withdrawal nf her nomination for congress made at Norwalk, Colin., on the Farmer-Labor ticket. The nomination, she said, was unau-- morn-en, niaoe without Her knowleitge or consent, and added i ha t she w ould not rim tor congress on any ticket. VERMONT NEWS. MM r Orleans died Tuesdav j t,"' j 'ezing one foot. Ampu-i i hut did not arrest th.,'1i I ret li.-aU v or as a result of fn tat ion followed infection. lame ry of Tee, s r. Taylor, for seven years sccre-' the has :itri'.ugtou ciuinioir ot inm- in handed in hi? resignation. As Mr. lay lor is jn .New i ork, attendin. a meeting ot the National Ketail Ury ..oods Merchants association of America it is not known u finitely what his rea son for resigning is. However, it is gen eraliv understood tiiat he wi'nes to en ter the wider field offered bv working for the state. State 's ycsterdny sfill, KHl Attorney Cl'.ail.s E. Novak, afternoon seized a 4''i-ira Don gallons of alcohol, KiO gallons 432 veast cakes, together with of mah a large quantitv ot hops, nifilt. bottles at the .Tohn Daide house in the town of Ira. The state's attorney w is assisted l y Sheriff Henry A. Adams. Deputies I). A. Marker and A. A. Leonard and De tective K. H. Wood of llosfoTi. Franklin fgnozi was arrested as the alleged proprietor of the still and was brought to the Rutland county lockup. The still is said to he the largest one ever captured in Vermont, and aee udin" to Detective Brown, is one of the biogest ever seized in New England. The value of the entire seizure is estimated at sev eral thousand dollars. Slop Itching Scalp Itub I'arisian Sage on your head and yu won't have to scratch the dandruff off: stops itching scalp, gives a luxuri ant head of beautiful hair or money re funded says lioot's Pharmacy. Advertisement. VDO WNCiVJ THPCT VAirMtmi: 'tisj Mir.r.iN i .iiMTir.i.i 'wUl MARKED DoV)N "TO a iJOtVJW wiNtlV NlNt AN TO f TOLPR sevtroTV Wt LL i MHvV 1H OMLV .GOOD NUFF FER VOU- i t : ' iw ;,,V m iPT A' ' v W BROWN TROUT FOR VPI?'Tn'VT VVATPPQ ful of sumr -sports, but it actually was VXLXVi.TlVi. A illHiIVOifoiiiid to hrina a fair i.rnfif t tl. r.;tin C0.000 St. Fingerlings to De Planted Near Johnsbury Furnish Much Sport In English Waters. ST. JOIIXSBERY, Feb. 1$. Through the good offices of A. II. Dinsmore of the National hatchery and the Caledonia t;i... ni.il C4iu.ntl elllll Af-.ll tT P. Shel-commis- a 011.-1, m.i nuium .-) Wil-;,01Ii (he state fish and game 1 sinner, has endorsed au application for (MM K0 brown tr.mt Hugci-lings fur Cale donia county waters. These will arrive ;at the St. .Johnsbury hatchery early in ; the spring and alter being fed for a few j weeks will be distributed into their now (homes. It is the plan of the club to have ttie most ot I lie I rout pianieo in uie l'as snniiiie iivr with :i few in Stiles noml ,s the brown trout might destroy their smaller cousins, the brook trout, the fiu- geilmgs will he planu'ti in rassuinpsio river below the streams that are staked with brook trout. English waters, particularly near the great cities, have been stocked for many years with brown trout and this has made fishermen of many city fdks who never dreamed before of handling a rod. Many of the rivers and streams near the manu facturing cities are held rigorously pri vate and strictly preserved, but most of the Englishmen obtain their sport in the lakes and artificial reservoirs of the municipalities which have been stocked with brown trout. In I landoii lake., which supplies the municipality of Itristol j with its water, the records of the catch i read like the wildest dream of an angler. Here the average weight of trout taken makes the lake a record lake for brown trout. The average weight per iish of a, day's catch runs for successive open sea- sous: Five pounds six ounces, thvee pounds three ounces, two pounds eight ounces, and running up again to two pounds eleven ounees. One fisherman took out 20 2 pounds, his largest Iish weighing about nine p.tunds. Another in one day's fishing caught 1!1 pounds. It is said that from 4(1 to Till pounds weight per day fell regularly to a single expert fisherman. Fp to the beginning of the la t war 40 English municipalities had their water supplies stocked with brown trout and open to the fishing public at a slight rental. It was found that not onlv k,i ! J i fot'A: .'hocclate BcJ;.1; n 1 c Wt Ii 1 rin-.ento 5V l'S- 11 ' Ml ,era&e 1-2 a It i' 2 i and 1 -Prof Lewis E k . . b or i I- V ' ! . I tl ' .t:c- c:T:fc - A PA ,,te-r r,? ill -r- . s i?)2c, v1u-"-- - i m ' c -.t Bros. 1 .' , -o cri-H . , I I I- J 1 AT 1 1 i. i t .Mr mi .rl rA nrOcU1.- C ti. How Can She it - TIITN niNE1- VFSSiR - n i ii : 11 1 $H,h wt " i TvjT m"NiTiLS J CL, s, z. IF SHELL KMOvjtr 2zt -rrrt" (-x. .... .-v wt. ; J-r- . - : : ' -x. .w;-.vi , ' ' ' ' ' -T" -e.i ' : . i .' ;' -..i''. , - Vf t ' , ' ' V .$K i f . . . ... I uiu this give an opportunity for indoor rkers to enjoy one of the most heelth- and a profit aside from the food value of the fish caught by the fishermen. Rased on the success of the English municipalities the city of New York has placed at the disposal of the angling pub lie the Esopus river, which has been mag nificently stocked with brown trout, and nas ueen open to the -public for some itn tne reduction, tne rate will co years. Non-residents must take out a incide with that charged by eastern fed license, but to New Yorkers the privilege Tal reserve banks, Mr. Nevin said. The of fishing is free. j rate in the southern and western districts Inasmuch as Stiles pond and the Pas-. r '-mains at o per cent. . sumpsie river will soon be planted with i these fish it is interestinc to note some of J a, i. t .!... i .. .1 : .:n i in- it. i m u i i.ii i s ui i ne usn. in Tiie. .I.r.... : e . I . lirst place they do not render the water foul, but purify the water. The reasons are easily understood. Fish, even trout are a kind of scavenger. Frog and fro,x spawn will pollute the reservoirs, grass hoppers, beetles and other forms of life are washed into municipal reservoirs and the fish will promptly dispose of them. Scientists also claim that the agitation of the breathing of the fish tends to increase the purity of the water. The brown trout can stand a much higher temperature than the brook trnit and multiply in the I'assumpsic river. As and hence it is believed they will thrive they grow larger than the brook trout it is not expected they will find their way into the Caledonia county streams already stocked with brook trout, but will con fine their habitat to the I'assumpsic river and when grown up will furnish a lot of sport for local fishermen. T n ,,,.;, 77" . " 1 . ' c.l.nre t,10a,tr n dramatically explains each picture, be cause the Knglish words shown on the films are unintelligible to the audience. For work in delicate dye tests it has been fouud that women are more valu able than men. ait Mr os n Calorics .oi fthecttowng iVedrotatoe. WTaal Late :Js I Col carrots . t Order P; vl, . &U S lbs.Finnan-H Banan umoue appeal Laboratories. tfc'AlT '1 "ZvaUss. Ever Guess? CLEVELAND REDUCES KATE. Federal Reserve Dank Loans Cut to 4 Fer Cent. CLEVELAND. Feb. 1,1. The redis- count rate on all loans to member bank will be reduced from f to A'- per cent, by the Fourth Federal Reserve bank. February 14. it was announced by J. C. Nevin, secretary, last night. i 4 ivnuu 'i. 1111: Lir ui iwt lie comparatively few representations ot continental royalty at the coming wed d.ng of l'rincess Mary. BENGUSf At All t)l uqqutt Keep tub; Uarttly THOS. LEEM1NC & CO. NCWYORK, Which Costs More? To Have Insurance and Not Need It OR To Need Insurance and Not Have It. GEO. M. CLAY General Bank Dlock Insurance Agency Drattleboro, Vt. Q F7 ft3 BAUME (ANALCESIQUL RJfTh Yciu have eaten Eskimo Pies You found them delicious and Prcf. Allyn found them health ful, wholesome food. ills tests teli us a very significant story and show. why the bi; sun liiit Tait plants are busy pro ducing, nearly a million Eskimo Pies per week to meet the Public demand fer this new Ice Cream Confection. Every product before it is offered to .the public as a Tait Bros. Product undergoes rigid labora tory tests for purity of ingredients Tait Bros, standard of cleanliness protect these pure and .whole some ingredients while they are being prepared by the latest and most approved apparatus known to creamery science. You are assured of purity and quality il you insist upon Protected by George Matthew Adams Inhale It Rub It In for grippe, influenza, fainting-, colds, catarrhal pains, sora throat, headache, bronchttu, asthma, croup, etc The favorite family liniment for more than " (5 year. ' nimenT. BROOKS G. E. Sherman Manager By Edwina j mi m If PIE SdmribsforThs REFORMER and Get the News WOT Jk-r:i- ' V -f. .