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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER." MONDAY, MARCH 20. 1922.
Sixtv-Nine Year Old attletoa itfflttatt One of Them Is Hatched By MORRIS Ripp) ing Rhijitfos Pattern Weaver Is Published Every Evening Except Sunday at The American Building Annex, Main Street, Brattleboro, Vermont. Address All Communication to The Reformer. ,1 Walf Mason Back on the Job FeeU Like Forty-Five Sanalt Did It. Mr. Ilenaan Scheid is an expert Pattern Wcm-cr. who haa resided ia Clinton. Mass.. ; for thirty-five yearj. He says that S&nait is the greatest medicic.9 in th3 world. The following wordi of Mr. fckheid's are few but they mean rnuh: "I am sixty-nine years old and I have felt every year of "it. I seemed to be H-nerally' out of sort?. Had bac'-ache, was constipated and was rapidly incom ing nervous. I could not sleep and every one knows what that rneans when a mm i-i p:st sixty. I had never ready thought of myself as getting oid until this trouble came. "A friend gave me iust a few dow of Sana.lt. While I could not say it really did mc any good, there was soai-thiri-i about that medicine that made mi have iuith in it, so I bought a bottle with the result that I am now lit and feel mor.i live forty-five than sixty-nine. I feel better every way, simply bt'cau-M Sanalt sceui to have put my whoie system to working rudit. I eat heartily and euiov my fool. Six Say He One sleep as wen as l ever aiu ana am taui uu the job and enjoying my wori. "I believe that a threat rniny people who think they are commicina: o sailer from oM age would feel a'.l riUt if they used a few Ixjttles of Sanalt." All progressive druggists sell Sanalt. i i-i . i t ..i- 31dslAuicdyj CASCARJ.0U1NIHE I.N i:(;rab! athfi always hv Hil'i' b:tndr. Stops Colds in 24 hcurs La Gripp in 2 day. Standard remedy for tw genera nana. No Lad after effects. Safe and dependable Demand led bus bearing Mr H.l! Ml trail and tfnaturf. Al All lirutiiit30 Ctnit h hill toMPAX t-niiorr J ft, t 1 l1 Everv Two Years yon should come here for eye examina- j tion. Remeniler jour eyes grow old with you wldle the glasses remain unchanged.; So if jou would treat your eyes as you sirtu'd inie when the two-ye.-ir term is mi. If you do not nt-ed new slaves liau ly tel Oil SO. I VUIU- rl. 3 ?A77..CZGPC. I 7 A Redeeming Feature When fire destroys jour car he jond repair, there is genuine sat isfaction ia knowing that you are sure of reimbursement and that jou are fullj- protected in every va' by Automobile Insurance You can insure jour car against any loss from lire from an- cause, whether the machine is in a garage, or on a country road. Insurance does more than pro tect jou from financial loss. It brings a high degree of mental contentment that in itself is well vorth what such protection costs. Drop in here at insurance head quarters today for full informa tion. The rates are reasonable. II. E. 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The Refomer is on sale every evening by the following news dealers: Brattleboro, Brattleboro News Co., C W. Cleaveland, S. L. Purinton (Esteyville), Brooks House Pharmacy, Allen's Depot News stand, Gilbert J. Pollica, 297 South Main St. (Fort Duminer district). West Brattleboro, J. L. StocVwell, East Dummerston, M. E. Brown, Putney, M. G. Williams. Newfane, N. M. Barchelder. West Townshend, C H. Grout. Jamaica, R. J. Daggett. South Londonderry, F. II. Tyler, South Vernon, E. B. Buffum. Hinsdale. N. H., V. II. Lyman. Greenfield, Mass., Greenfield News Co. Greenfield, Mass., C. A. Hays. MONDAY. MARCH 1M. LINCOLN HIGHWAY PROGRESS. The Lincoln Highway association re ports that the great transcontinental road was improved more in 1021 than in any other year since it was first started, nearly nine years ago. tion totalled "07 miles. New construe-I completed nt a! N-t of S7.7.TT. 17: t:'?i s which the Some of the eleven i highway crosses have; mp'eted considerably more mileage i n "thers. Two or tlmie have been v handicapped by lack of funds, i ... l;o'e. the work is progressing peed I 1 : ' n nf good pavement o. ..,,,,.!, ,.,re than ; : tVe c :ist- The traffic over the abnormally heavy and this jrar are that it list. was . far (I :n i'.: i cations v-'-.Y. be heavier j t in l'.r,-J. A uniform j i- I'k'tr. svstem extends along the route' fr hi the Hudson river to the Golden' Gate. . ; Ib'tels, garages, filling stations and' other accommodations fur motorists are : springing up all along the course. The; business of ths( m!io cater to the needs' and comforts of cross-country tourists is booming. It is reported that mil lions of dollars already have been in vested in such enterprises, and that last year's traffic more than justified such ; expenditures. The Lincoln highway is only one of a number of roads now under construction which cross the United States from north to south and from east to west. These roads are helping to open up all part- this they . of the service cost. country to all citizens. For alone they are worth all THE "PANIC MAN." The npitointmcnt of a ''panic man"' as part of the personnel of every motion picture house, theatre and assembly hall is called for in an ordinance re cently submitted to a western citv coun- til for passage, cer would be to orderly exits in The duties of this ofli quell panic and secure case of any sudden alaim in the house under his supervi sion. There is no doubt that the presence of such an official at times of disturbance would be reassuring. The very fact that the public knew the various gathering places in the city were so manned would be helpful. Such an official should be of command ing personality, self-controlled and en dowed with quick wit and personal cour age. If the house is of considerable size, he should have, ready to act at his instant command, a coips of. trained as sistants. Aside from the personal activities of these officers, it is good psychology to set the public thinking about the control of panic. It helps to promote co-operation when the need arises. The young millionaire, John Dmval I Dodge, of the Dodge family of automo- bile fame, must spend five days in jail as punishment for over-speeding and ' reckless driving. Doubtless five days of jail work will be a novel experience him and as it may be the only work he j will ever do it is to be hoped that the i prison officials will not consider him a privileged money. character because of his The Hartford Times has made the timely discovery that, after all, happi ness doesn't depend entirely on owning 1 ' ' an automobile; even down his neighbors. a poor man can run Of course, people opposed to vaccina tion wouldn't mind visiting Costa Rica now where vaccination is not enforced and 1'2,1K) people are suffering from smalliox. The president of China has put an embargo on arms. Some critical factions wish the President of the United States would put one on legs, Probablv, thft Fitchburj? man who found his income tav to be oije cent lidn't bother to pay it in quarterly in--tallnients. :t" s -'sy enough for congress "Mis, but who will tacklo - iiT the plate to pay it? to pass the job S; sprung. The Gambling Curse. (St. Albans Messenger.) A Massachusetts man seeks to recover S."( H). M for losses at roulette, he claim ing that the wheels had been controlled iagainst htm so that he had no chance to win. Half a million dollars is a whole lot of money and the man who lost it has reason to feel sore, both at himself and the world in general. Hut why did he lose it? He blames the crooked wheel, lie ought to blame himself. He probablv wasn't forced into the game. It isn't reasonable to suppose that he was. Nor was he indulging in any "friendly" game. Hundreds of thousands do not change hands in friendly games ;IIe was out to make money by gambling aud he was trimmed good and plenty. It's a goi.d object lesson for those who would make gambling a profession. Tin world is full of such lessons, but this is a most striking one. Half a million gone over the green cloth and not until it is gone is the charge of crookedness brought There is an old saying thnt a fool and his money are soon parted. It is for tlw world to judge whether this man was a fool in that he did not wake up to the fact that he was a sucker until the sharp ers had taken half n million away from him. The gambling impulse is a curse to those who are in its grasp. A Candidate from the Newspaper World. (Randolph Herald.) Brother Wallace H. Gilpin, newspaper magnate of Orleans county, announces his candidacy for the state senate. Al most every session some Vermont editor is yanked out of his sanctum pro bono publico, but the encouraging symptom is thnt, like Cincinnattis, he always returns I to the plow, the harrow or the demnition grind. It generally doesn't hurt the state or the public, and almost invariably gives the editorial writer a broader and quite different outlook. Still Iiusy at 0. (liarre Times.) Lunenburg's oldest resident, aged 00 years this month, spent his odd time this winter cutting up four cords of four-foot wood and four cords of wood ready for the stove. Osier would not have promul gated his famous doctrine if he had lived in Vermont. Why, Indeed? (Manchester, N. II., Union.) Why get all bet up over hunting for the Patagonian Plesiosauian when April 1 is almost here and specimens of the Salvelinus fontenalis are to be found in brooks near home? A Political Ghost. (Rutland Herald.) What is worrying the Free Tress is not the Antigonish ghost but the Caven- foridish comeback. Not the The teacher Answer Expected. was trying to impress upon her pupils the importance of doing right at all times, and to bring out the answer, "Bad habits," she inquired : " hat is it we find so easy ,to get into and so hard to get out of?" There was silence for a moment and then jone little fellow answered, "Bed." Boston Transcript. Today s Events Today the American legion begins a nation-wide drive to obtain jobs for un employed ex-service men. The marriage of Miss Eispeth, daugh ter of the novelist Rupert Hughes, 'ami Edward .1. Lapp, is to be celebrated to day in Washington, I. C. The trial of George L. (Tex) Rickard. noted siorts promoter, on serious charges involving young girls, is scheduled to, be gin today in New York city. This will 1m observed as First Aid week, when all will Ih urged to re plenish the family medicine chest and otherwise to prepare for emergencies. A special election is to be held today ' n the third congressional district of Maine to choose a successor to Repre sentative John A. Peters, who resigned o incept a place on the federal bench. Trial is scheduled to beein nt rliv ! nd today in the case of Mrs. Mary Prickel, the last of the live persons in dicted in connection with the murder of Ian Kaber. Mrs. I'.rickel is the mother of Mrs. Eva Catherine Kaber, now serv ing a life sentence. The birthday anniversary of Neal Dow, the "father of prohibition." is to be celebrated in New York citv tonieht with a national prohibition law enforce ment demonstration. William J. llryan is scheduled to deliver the principal "ad dress. Plans for a contest to be waged for the abolition of,differcntial freight rates, which are alleged to discriminate against New England iorts, will be considered at a conference in Washington today of senator1, congressmen, governors, and mayors from the North Atlantic states. In the Daj-'s News. Dr. Charles W. Elliot, president emer itus of Harvard university, is 8S years of age today; but his days are as busy and his interest in the world's activities as keen as ever. Dr. Eliot says that during the greater part of his career he has worked from 12 to Id hours a day. When not engaged in his educational work he! has been busy writing, travelling, andi speaking for the principles of American liberty. Over i 't years ago, as a memler; of the Harvard crew, he. with others in the boat, made crimson Harvard's color by wearing it for the first time on the river. lie was then a college tutor. When only .lo years old he Irecame presi-! ucnt ot Harvard college, and after 40 years of brilliant service resigned. For nearly fifteen years he lias been an over seer and the honored president emeritus. Quite a record! Today's Anniversaries 1800 A bill for the division of the And He Did! AND HE DID - 5A.V.WHATA.M l ) (NHy,FMHER,V0U'RE SUPPOSED TO Q TO GIVE ME rVWAtfl 00 T THIS SWEltV- , WECOiKG? fJ BIGHT FOB lOtmS.BUT SHE'S H r Bum cook just like j-J Protected by George Matthew Adams Northwest territory was reported in eonjrress. 1S2S llenrik Ibsen, the famous Norwe gian poet and dramatist, born. Died Mav J3. 10(10. 1XX Commodore David Conner, who Or. ami .Mrs. O. I. J- orbes have pur comnianded the American naval chased for their son. Kenneth Forbes, forces in the war with Mexico, known as the most proficient of the died in Philadelphia. Horn at llarrisburir. Pa., in 17!r lSStj American fishermen off Canadian coast warned not to transgress j made in 147 in France by the famous treaty of ISIS. J. 15. Yuillaume. and was presented to 1SSS One hundred lives lost in a thea- Mr. Kronold in 1SH4 as a wedding pres tre tire in Oporto. Portugal. J cut by hi.i bride's father, and the artist 1S89 Ohio appropriated sC,0'M for a useal no other at his public perform monument to le erected over the antes. graves of the Andrews' raiders in the national cemetery at Chatta- Ar ih Wmwnt Oent.il nsxdatinn nOOga. i 1S91 lit Roston a large body of nnem- ployed workincmen marched to' the state house and demanded' clnployrent. lv90 Mrs. Place was electrocuted in Si"n u g prison for the murder ot her stepdaughter. One Year Ago Today : S i s;a plebuscit" covcrim: i i i; i'es of territory and industries, the rural districts and with rich miner Germans won in the Poles in the a is the communes. i Morrisville was fined JO. and costs. 'amounting to S.'J.l-j by Judsse Elwiti E. Today's Rirthdays 'Se-tt iu the liarre police court Thurs- . , : dav afternoon. The payment of the Dr. t harles . Lliot, president emer-j .-,Rl was sl,sp0U(ied and the accused was itus of Harvard university, born in Bos-J,,.,, ,.u probation for six months on pay ton, S3 years ago today. inent of costs. Mrs. Tyrell. it is said, - i ..'i-nr.r,, ii,.. V.rlil, novelist' while her six-year-old daughter1 was suf- who recently visited America, born in Paris, 40 years ago today. .Mm -I. Ksch, former Wi cousin con- grcssinan. now a men bcr f the inter state commerce coinnusMon, ixirn al Norwalk, Wis., 61 years ago today. ! Thomas Cochxan, who arrived in New York virtually penniless and rose to be a -Ttner in the firm of J. P. Morgan Al to., born at St. Paul, Minn., ol years ago today. j Maj. Gen. Charles T. Mencher, who commanded the Rainbow division in France and later became first chief of U. S. army air service, Irorn in Pennsyl vania, GO years ago today. Tho Lady ami the Druggist. "1 want this bottle refilled," said the fat lady. "This isn't our prescription. I can t fill it without the original," replied the bored-looking druggist. "Can't you tell by the bottle?" "I'm sorry, madam, but we don't go by smell." It waa Linil nf reil " " I can give you a bottle of red ink.",wa e,.'f t lady was followed by a wo- t he I Ies .osa The fat man and a small nirl. "I want to get something for this breaking-out on Melba. You don't think it's measles, do you?" "I'm not a physician, madam. I can t prescribe for the child. Y'ou'll have to see a doctor. "Hut it's so expensive! ought to be able to give I thought you me something that would do." A lady in a hurry rushed up to .the counter and cut the interview short. "I .want to get a bottle of cleaner like the one Mrs. Smith got here last week." i "What was Hie name of it?" "Well, I don't know the name, but it was in a bottle about so high." "We generally go by the name rather than the size of the lrbttle." liv 8.10 he had sold 19 boxes ot lace powder, two eyebrow pencils, six boxesigOUat jmt they are 'generally believed by of roiie-e. four lio sticks, seven cans "i face cream and 23 ice cream sodas. lie looked at the clock and sighed, for he knew that the evening had only just be gun. Judge. Wool-Gathering. Professor Haven t seen Haven't you. Mrs. "Have -you Blank, since your marriage. any children? Mrs. Blank I have a boy of seven ami a girl of five. Professor Dear me. how time Tt doesn't seem possible that you have been married 12 years. Boston Trans cript. ... Had Enough of Those. landlord had at last fl The reed to "What . vni ! rfl several of the rooms. (kind of paper would yoit like?" he in - i quired. "Something with large ligures .' "Decidedly not v answered me ant : "thej' would be a constant ten - re- minder of the rent I have ti Boston Transcript. pay. IN JAIL AND OUT It doesn't fiil my heart with joy to see a gent in jail; I'm sorry for the erring boy who's left the narrow trail. Some day I hope no man will dwell where warders' keys are clinked, some day I hope the prison cell will be a thing extinct Put since we have our costly jails, if they become a jest our justice system sags and fails and law goes galley west. Suspended sen tences obtain, amusing sinful gents, imroles make punishment look vain, as vain as twenty cents. No sooner do we send a man to languish in the pen, than able lawyers work some plan, and get him out again. Each day the killers leave their dead, according to the dope, and of a hundred slayers red perhaps one draws a rope. We turn the vicious hoodlums loose with gentle reprimands, and then we wonder why the deuce the crime wave still ex pands. We are too merciful. I fear, and make our law a freak; we sentence sinners to a year, and free them in a week. And then they take their guns and knives, and, filled with bootleg gin, they sacrifice some valued lives, and swell the wave of sin. And while I oftentimes bewail the harm that prisons do, I'd like to see such men in jail, the whole besotted crew. Copyright by George VERMONT NEWS. Ice dealers at Kurlington announce a 20-per cent reduction in the price of their commodity the coming season. In a fall downstairs at her home in Winooski Wednesday, Mrs. A. M. Lon ergan broke her right arm in three places. There will be no pulpwood drives down the White or Connecticut rivers this spring. It will be the first time in many years that these drives have been suspended. An electric light bulb exploded over the head of Mrs. E. E. Fish of Rich mond recently, filling her face with particles of glas, but not inflicting se rious injury. , The two youngest children of Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Cole of Chester ate sev eral bromo-quinine tablets a few days ago and were in a serious, condition for several hours;. They have now recov ered.. The two-year-old daughter of Homer Ovitt of liakersfield was seriously burned1 by putting a celluloid comb in a lamp chimney in inmitation of her mother, who hail been using a curling iron. Roth hands, her cheeks and lips were badly burned. professional pupils of the late Han Kronold. the violoncello of that celc- brated musician. The instrument was miuit 1 1 nt ltnr-linrrtfin Ssll t n rdfl v flip fnl- I i,v:-fT,iw nM ..Wto.l Prudent ! Dr. O. S. Nims of Burlington ; first vicej president. Dr. F. S. Rraley of lienning-j tin: second vice president. Dr. C. II. j t' 'e f Yereennes ; secretary. Dr. C. R. ! Woods of Rutland treasurer. Dr. '.Thomas Mound of Rutland; executive j i committee. Dr. C. M. Rii-hmom!" of St.; I T !,n-Mirv. Dr. II. li Small of RurMng-1 rl J. of RuCnnd. Pleading guilty to the charge of breach f quarantine. Mrs. M:ill Tvrtll of ferin with scarlet fever, removed her from the Geddard infirmary on Mer chant street to her home in Graniteville. without permission of the health author ities. The pastors of five Protestant churches at Montpelier have followed the lead of Rev. Charles N. St. John, pastor of Bethany Congregational (.n,ireh . in opposing, bv a public state of the board of ment. the recent action directors ol the Montpelier board of trade in adopting a resolution favoring the passage of the Hill local option bill in congress. The pastors state they "believe the action of said directors to be destructive of the interests of good citizenship and therefore contrary to the will of the majority of the citizens of Montpelier." MONSTERS IN AMAZON WILDS. C. J. Post, Artist and Writer, TelLs of a Ilalf-Rreed's Storj -Monsters . resembling -rocodiies villi) actually modified forms ot siosaurus such as was renortedland pop srd, Wat you think and the recently seen in Patagonia, probably do exist in the Amazon Basin, the great unexplored territory in South America j equal in extent to me Limed ruaiesi east of the Mississippi River, according to Charles Johnson Post, artist and journalist. Mr. Post who spent two years m t hep he telcfone rang ami pop ansered it. Amazon Basin gatheriug material for ' saying. Hello, who, the tailer? You did magazine articles, recently told oi nu- ing heard at first hand of a monster strikingly similar to a Plesiosaurus. "I was then in Kibe Alta, an Jiuuan village in Bolivia west ot the tails ot Madeira." said Mr. Post. "The mon s.ter which I lielieved a Plesiosaurus had been seen by an Indian near Lake I!o;o-guada,- about 2.r0 miles to the south. This country is unexplored. I don't think that a. white man has ever seen this lake, or its neighbor. Lake Logo tcumtists to exist. scientists to exist "Otio day a half-breed came to the village with a story of having seen a strange animal which terrified him. I thought it significant that the man, who knew- the fauna of the section, thor- nir.l.K- ntiil vn.a nfrjiid of Tiothinr should have suddenly become alarmed. Evi-. dentlv he bad seen some new animal, i TJi man was- what was called a' cruiser. lie went through this section of tho m97.on Basin lookinsr for rubber. . ,' While in the region of Lake Rogoguada.! lllCS.,i. , 1 , n 4 .... ; 1 ll.rnuOi ; III" lliUl IVIIH uniu uau n...i. t dense tropical- undergrowth made by some great animal. I told him the trail was that of a snake. j " 'No. no.' the half-breed replied. 'It! was not the trail of a snake.' The half-j breed theti went on to explain that thej onimiil had evidently something that re-1 Kcmbled feet which were not feet, and t BOmrthinr that resembled a turtle 's flan- i pers. vet were not flappers. As nearly : !nC ooi'ld be learned from the trail, the animal was about about four feet bidi. i "A short time later, the han-breedi said, he saw in a shallow part of the I Matthew Adams I lake an animal with a long neck and a head. I cross-examined him, but he stuck to the story, giving such a descrip tion in his primitive way that I immedi ately thought of a Plesiosaurus. The , half-breed had shot at the animal and it i disappeared under the water, lie wa not to be perstiaded that he had seen either a snake or a turtle. --Ji a wnue man nau tola me suck a story." continued Mr. Post, "I should not have believed it. 1 should have thought at once tbat he was trying to fool me. Rut the half-breed was too simple and primitive to have attempted such a joke. He had never seen a scien tific book or any other work which could have created in his mind the picture of the Plesiosaurus which he conveyed to me. "I do not maintain that this was a Plesioaurus exactly like the prehistoric species,-but I think that oolite likely it was a modification. It probablv was an unknown species. It sterns to me alto gether probable that the essential char acteristics of . the animal have survived in some form. For instance, the duck billed platypus, found in Australia, is a survival from prehstoric ae. It lavs eggs and also su.kles its young. I be lieve. The kangaroo is also a survival. Yet if Australia had not been explored and some traveler came from there with stories of such animals lie would n;.t h. believed. "Any one who has not been in the Amazon 11a sin can hardly conceive of its tint ure." Mr. Post went on. " The prim itive barbarism of some of the people is almost unbelievable. Some of them are almost as difficult to deal with as ani mals." When asked if he credited the report that a Plesiosaurus had leeri seen re cently in Patagonia. Mr. Post said that he did not think it likely that the ani mal would be found so at south. New ork Times. V pnekidge came for pop vest idday. and nftir suppir he sed. Now Im going to everybody a treet, I m going ta try n my new tailer made suit, the ony way to get a perfeck fit is to have your ch.thes made to mezzure, now if you wunt to set' the original Arro collar i'j::n, jest v. ail a few minnits. And he vent. i;i his room, and came back agen with a blue -lit n fitting him mutch belter in some places than wat it did in others, but not meny.' ma saying. Well for gooduiss sakes, Will yum. Wats the matter, wats rong, wat cow? sed w:p. You look simply dredfdl, sed ma. Mich he did. and pop sed. Now look beer, mat her, dont start rite in by show ing jour ignorants, because the ony thing youll gain by that will be to show ycur ignorants. jest because this suit duzzent cling to me like wall paper I sippose. you think its not a gocd lit, but dont show your ignorants, because let me tell you its a perfeck fit and this care'iss appearance is ixaekly and pre- eiscly wat the tailer tried for.- Wrll fie got carcliss lookin; long wile, but out a carcliss it all rite, its the most thing lye seen for a if you deliberately pick tailer wat cits can you lxpeet r sed ma. l dont think he was carcliss, I think he was blind, she sed true facks of the case are intirclv dif- Jf rent suhjecks. so I will cheerfully I make allowants for your ignorants no you meen ro say tne neez are sin posed to look like that, no matter how - ignorant I am? sed ma. and pop sed, I The subjeek is closed. With jest then wat Sent me the rong blue serge suit? ju say you did. youre not telling me eny news," it locks as if it was made for I. ther men and none of them enyware neer my size or And he hung even shape. up. and quick took the suit off as by himself ma laff. en and and me went .to the .movies wouhlent beer he I To Cure a Cold in One Day Take. Laxative BROMO QUININE tab- lets, ine eenume uears m nurnariire ot E. W. Grove. (Be sure you get BROMO.) dOc. Advertisement. OH EST COLDS Apply over throat end chest cover witn hot naanel cloth. 0 V V afo Run Oter 17 Million Jan Used Yearly , w i f$ N -- --r-araS?3Wf; fl V? t -4 4V