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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1; 1922.
1 - Thoughts For Mothers Who Wish To Safeguard Their Families ft ONI M . - There is a simple,, inexpensive way that3O0, 000 mothers have of providing a safeguard againrt colds, coughs, Hoarseness, spasmodic croup, and catarrhal ailments. ; , These ail- mento aro not serious if given prompt atten tion but many a i mother mocrnethelosa of a dear one from -neuraonia. cuptheria or influenza. "A stitch in timt eaves nine" is a tru ism as it relates to a common cold. First, avoid - an v mrHiin containing cnloroform or opiates of any kind. Sucn medicinoo aro not necessary and may do more harm than good. - : - Devoted mothers save abor t $3.00. and make a pure, effective medicine at home and avoid expense and anrriety. They purchase 2 ozs. of ths pure concentrated Eajence Menth o-Lax-en e. then make a syrup of eusrar and water and have a full pint of the very best cough syrup to be obtained at a cost of less than $1.00. A few'doaes $rven when a cold or cough first tarts, soon checks it and drives it out of the . system and the danger of pneumonia and other I- fatal or lingering dis?ase is avoided. Plain di rections come with the Essence Mer.tho-Lax-ene bo simpleand easy that a child could make a full pint in less than 10 minutes. Good doc tors and druggists recommend it. I' "Bent ever Bold for Cough and Cold". Send 5 cts. in stamps for trial bottle to. The Blackburn Products Co.. Dayton. Clue NEW JEW VOTE; WILL BE WEI Booze Greater Issue Than Party In Governor Ed- f wards's Field SEEING THE MOVIES THKT5 APATEHT CONNECTION TO THE TM.K1NQ MACHINE SO'S YfE CAN GO TO THE MOVIES!? POLITICAL MACHINE H j HAS STRONG HOLD, IP SHE UP WHILE Vc ASC AT THE SHOV;5HS'LU KICK HE1? FOOT ANO - J Si a PAINT ? :Wall Paper ? and Window Shades ? Fes We Full Line We will also re pair your broken win dows if you wish. Carter and Eagle White Lead Carry Denmerats Plan 80.O4JO Majority for Ed wards in Hudson County- Republi - tans Hope to Heat It in Other Coun ties Women Against Edwards. By DAVID LA WHENCE. 1 (Special Despatch, to The Reformer.) Copyright 1H22. TRENTON. X. J., Nov. 1. " Booze," or to phrase it more delicately the wet and dry 'issue is the whole campaign' in tie state of New Jersey. Governor Edwards, whose idea of pro hibition is to make the state as "wet" us the Atlantic ocean, is running on the Democratic ticket against Senator Jo seph Frelinghuysen, Republican, who when questioned on the subject of his wine cellar, makes the promise that when it is all used up he will Jbuy no more. Broadly speaking, New Jersey has the feeling that, if the two parties had thought less about prohibition and more about, the greater problems of state, somebody else might have been nomi nated by both. There isn't, as a mat ter of fact.-much to choose between the Republican and Democrats . so car as profundity of thought or senatorial abil ity is concerned. The voters know that Mr. Frelinghuysen's whole background is that of an ultra-conservative and that Mr. Edwards's- fantastic ideas of pub lic office are exemplified in his rieiiaut attitude toward the ISth amendment. But New Jersey is Ii populous state Avhere political machines abound and where the tricks of the trade are so widely practiced among the Democrats that Messrs. Tweed and Murphy ' and Penrose and the rest seem as mere school boys in the game of mass voting. There is, for instance, the far-famed Hudson county presided over by Boss Hague. Democratic chieftain. Caimly he ctimates the majority that will be given Mr. Edwards as N0.000. This is a huge wall to erect against a Republican can didate who must marshal Republican votes frem the whole state and come to the Hudson county line with at least 85.000 to overcome the Democratic tide. Rest for Frrlinghuyseu. And that's where the rub comes in. Can Senator Frelinghuysen gather enough, strength throughout the state to approach the Democratic counties with a substantial majority? Normally he. would have no trouble. For most of Xew Jersey is Republican. But this' year with the wet and dry issue tipper- , most m tne campaign, it is a puzzie THE MACHINE WLL ) DO THE REST f -r: - 1,THt'5 KOT , ( A BAD IHEAl ) V -r-v" ' . ill Our SSOl TiFheht A' COURT SAYS PURCHASE OF BIBLE- BY SCHOOL ILLEGAL . SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1. The King .lames version of the bible "is the accepted Protestant version," and therefore sectarian, the supreme court ' lias decided in an opinion made public today, reversing a judg ment of a superior court in Kings county, which permitted the Selma Union High School district to pur chase two copies of the Bible for the school library. The court held the acquisition of the Bibles by the school would be in direct violation of the school laws. population who resent Governor Edwards's- ideas oif t lie enforcement of prohibition. They think That one kind of law-breaking leads to another, that vice and crime are natural. sequels to- a defiance of the federal law and consti tution. They Lave a contempt for the impression which champions of "booze" have given the world about the fair name of New Jersey. The woman's or ganizations are working night and day to beat "Edwards. The Anti-Saloon league has endorsed Senator Freling huysen. Fear is believed to have driven the senator into the league's arms but whatever may have actuated him to take the dry side, his supporters are not quib bling. They look uiwn bini as affording the one, means of telling the nation that New Jersey is not as fast and loose as it may seem to tlx outside world. But will this t lenient prevail? The result will be close. Republican leaders privatHy .fear Mr. Edwards will tri umph. Ten flays ago they were certain .Senator Freluighuyt-en would win. Many a thing may 1 appen between now and election day to swing the election to one side or the other but it is the writer's WOMEN'S CLUBS TO IMPROVE SPEECH! i Is Extensive Enough for , a Satisfactory Selection Our Prices quality considered, are lower. Our Service is more satisfactory. Cannot afford to misrepresent. Will be safe if you buy at home. We on Nationwide Campaign Against Incorrect Speech and Slang Srlmols to Aid in Work. IOWA CITW la.. Nov. 1. Incorrect speech and slang are to be the subjects of a nationwide campaign by women's clubs and schools of tf e country, accord-; ing to Prof, (ilenn N. Merry, head of the department of speech of the Univer sity of Iowa and chairman of the joint, committee of the National Council of Teachers of English, the National Asso ciation of Teachers of Speech and the (Jeneral Federation of "Women's Clubs, which are instituting tin better speech movement. . . "Women's clubs will attack incorrect speech the next week," he said. "School; will take up 'be attack the third week in February. In loth instances the ac tion will be concerted throughout the country and will be an effort to erase the ?ad features of our language." . The committee recognizes. Professor Merry said, that our language in not fixed and dead, but living end subject to constant change; that two general stand ards of usage exist, good English and' vulgar English, and that, the usage by the educated class should set the stand ard of American speech. "The iM!icy of. the committee ' is de termined by a , broad ideal of avoiding purism, fadism and artificial speech on ; one liana ami vulgarism on the other. he siiid "I list inetnesn of iillirim-a -nut agreeable voice quality are achievements in speech worthy of cultivation." z Compare the honest values in our store with ' the impossible values of the "bora: houses". Walter F. Spear 43 Elliot St Brattleboro's Exclusive Paint and Paper Store jinajonty ot .;.iti,uM to aid nun and it j would not he surprising to see that Si, I 00 in Hudson c-mnty sttbstuntinlly re i duced when the ballots, are tallied. RESIDENCE IN TURKEY i - CARL F. CAIN "MERCHANT. TAILOR - 139 Main St. 1 1 f is. . i r i - itiw.!i AmltT'tlAU'J A f i'ltiric I CItv. is naturally wet. Governor JIcl- nnpifion that the drift is toward Sen will et ... -henvv vote there. Tren- a'r KryWnghuj sen, . who ha .aHitrdtng ton has a big wet constituency. In Es ex county where the city of Newark predominates the wet vote wilt be strong tor Edwards, and in this must be in- ludrd thirst v Republicans as well as ..r Democrats. -Should Mr. Edwards get RESTRICT FOREIGN oeuer man an even orea in i..t-. county and hold his opponent's majority in all the other counties outside of Hudson, he will win easily. The outcome is uncertain in every re--pect. Cross currents have eliminated party, lines. The women will probably ; decide the election. In- Hudson county, of course, where the machine works smoothly, the feminine vote will merely 'double the male ballots and most of these will bo Ieuioeratic. But else where in the state the women are bound to vote dry and while they do not look ion Srrjator Frelinghuysen as the most capable man in the state by any means, 'they are, to be sure, not voting for Mr. Frelinghuysen so much as they are vot ing against Edwards. Some Enemies of Edwards. I here are elements in .npw Jerseys LENINE REAPPEARS IN PUBLIC SPEECH Experts in Home Furnishings BRATl-LEB ORO J Nationalist ojnize Leader Says They Must Rec Countr's Independence in Every Aspect. Nov. 1. The Turkish Na- will nevv'r agree to were 1 PARIS. iionaiists assemoiy will newr maintain the capitulations,-' whicii extra territorial rights formerly accord to toreigncrs, Mustapha Keniil Pasha. Turkish Nationalist leader Icis inforni'Nl the Urusa corresj.xndent of Petit Paris ion. "But the door is wide cpn to all f r-fignei-s on condition thati they recognize the independence of Turkey, fully and in every aspect." Musfapha said. "Turkey is vast and rich enough for them. For us there are economic problems. In those which we cannot solve with our own means and our own capital, '"we must seek the help' of friends. Pleased Over Capture of Vladivostok by RedsRussia Sirong for "Near Eist Peace. . MOSCOW. Nov. 1. (Associated Press) Soviet Moscow is now aspired that Premier Lcr.iuc is in good physical con dition. He snoke tiubliciv vesterdar for the first time since his nroiomred illness. I . making an unheralded appearance bef re t tint woikmen's and peasants' -parliament. J lie sjioke with vigor add his voice tarried ! clearly through the immense throne ro m ; in the Kremlin Palac." where onet the) czitr ti M sway. I.enine voiced his nleasnre at the cap ture of Vladivostok by the lied forces of the Far Eastern republic. He remarked that thix had given a Russian outlet to the Pacific. icussia woui'i iiuiKe a sirong stiina a. the Lausanne conference to make a Near' East pence, the premier went mi explain- j ing that I he question of tin- slrtiits would be particularly emphasized by the :vi"t. whose diplomacv, Ienine i thought would be just as successful at Lausanne as it bad h'-en in the Far East. Ill Main Street 4 Williams Street Where) oubotlhebed . -1.1.1 t--"! v- .7 ,'"' ,' v. . ,-. .V en POLICE THINK THEY HAVE FIRE BUG Man Arrested as He Was Running from Fire Started in New York Apartment. NEW. YORK. Nov. 1. Joseph Prcs tonioiiiici was arrested early today as be ran from the hallway of an uptown apartment where a fire had been started. The police are inclined to believe the arrest may aid in solving the myst.ery of two tires in untown apartments re- I cent Iy in which L'li lives were lost. $60,000,000 WORTH OF AUTOS IN OCTOBER and wheat cakes What could be better for breakfast these crisp aut umn mornings than Arlington Sausage cooked a deep golden brown and served with cakes and plenty of maple syrup? It's a breakfast that starts you off to a successful day, satisfies and sustains you until lunchtime. But to enjoy yourbreakfast to the fullest your sausage should be Arlington, for it is real sausage at its best. Only the choicest parts of lean, corn-fed pork,cpei, not ground, . and savory spices are used. It is easy to digest and the Arlington flavor is without rival. Try some for breakfast tomorrow. JOHN P. RAIDS AT ( KEEN IT ELD. Officers Find Moonshine, at Farm House and Still in a Home. CREEXFIEED. Mass.. Nov 1. Fed eral prohibition officers visited Creenfield yesterday afternoon and mdi two suc cessful raids on the Swamp road near the Country club. At the farm house of Joseph Colek, they - found five gallons of moonshine. A ,"-galloii still was found in operation. The other raid .was at the home of Ig nac Dubrewicz. .where, a" still was in njieration and a quantity 'of mash was .found... At Montague two raids were made. Stills were found, also about ."0 gallons' of. mash and a" quantity of moon shine. ' Exc ise Taes Indicate One I Detroit Firm Sold That tjuatitity Business Is Prosperou. DETROIT. Nov. 1. Payment by one manufacturer of excise tuxes represent ing sales of SlUUXKMMMl worth of automo biles during October was announced to day by "the local internal revenue -ul-lector. Th" luxury tax payment here last month, the collector slated, were in ex cess of the total for i.i.-iny months and in dicated the prosperous state of business as a whole. LLOYD c;eok;e IS ILL. Obliged To tiive up Speaking on Account of Sore Throat. LONDON. Nov. t. Associated Press, i Mr. Llo.d (icorge bus developed a sor throat, and on the adv ice of his ph.vi-1 elan. Jord Dawson. h;s abamloned Ids; engagement o sjK-ak at Bristol tomorrow, j Lord Daws.ni said today that two or three days rest were absolutely essential j for the former premier.' SQUIRE & COMPANY Boston, Massachusetts EstabUthed 1842 NEW ENGLAND POULTRY SHOW. Will Be Held at Greenfield Nov. 21 ami 22 l"se Better Iliads. (JREENFIEIiD. Mass., Nov. 1. Offi cials of the New England Poultry asso iiii ion ftiinniince that tne annual show will take place in Wnshingfor. hall. Tues day and Wedii"SiI;iy, Nov. 21 and 22. a month earlier than usual because roads will bo in better condition for. shipping birds , by motor -truck. . . The judges of the show will be Charles MaeXear. of Ashland, and Lutha Rant.t, of Massachusetts Agricultural college. F. J. Hoclirein. of (Jieenfield, is secretary and treasurer of" the association. FIND KIDNAPPED GIB!,. Rosalie Shanty Wandering In Michigan Woods Late at Night. MI'SKEC.oN. Mich . Nov. 1. Rosa lie Shanty, 11 years old. kidnapped Sun day as she o:imc from church, was found wandering in the woods near Dublin. Manistee 'county, late l ist night, juvn-d-ing to teleerani- received tolav from the chief of police: at Wcllston.'. Mich. 'OUGHS Apply over throat and chest swallow small pieces of My 0 W Oier 17 hliUion Jars Yearly DIMMEKSTON. Mrs. Hattie Reed entertained two ladv friends her birthday. ). ;;o. Mrs. Hattie Crosby recently enter tained Mrs. ipal JaiKhton. Fiances and Frederii- Laushton. Jlrx, W. J. Aunand. Mrs.i J, E. - Walkcn- and Miss : Franc-. Walker. - ; . i John Marcy, Mrs. Ellen Marcy and Mrs. Emma Worden of Siiingfie!d (Yt.) were guests Sunday at Elinwood. Mrs. Eli.a!etli Worden of Newfane. who was one of the party, went Tuesday to visit in Brattleboro. One result of Sir Robert" Had field's re cent announcement that the ravages erf rust and corrosion represent an annual wastage of 2,r.K'.HNMMH js a suggeKtcd exhibition in London of non-rustins and anti-rust pnnlucts. From the beginning of the trade slump in 1920, up till April this year, Croat Britain has distributed $100,000,000 in unemployment benefits. Provision - has been made for a further expenditure of $300,000,000 up to July of next vea. ,m ill I II I I I I1 "T- ' II f I I 1 -VI "i "II 'I II I r1!'"-" '! 1 1 i !i li 1 1 jip ----- j. , i , hi! as )i ii t . i ! 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