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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922.
RADIO DEPARTMENT Wherein Followers of the Wireless May Have Their Say and Items of Interest to the Fans Will Appear. Things Worth Remembering. Never hum vacuum tube filaments brighter than is absolutely necessary to secure good tdgr.nls. kh"s E. V. Whit tier in the Boston G!t'Ie. This applies especially to tubes whoso filaments nro lighted from a dry evil. To Vl so greatly shortens the life of the filament. Windings on tauins coils, loose coup lers, variometers, or any typ of indue tance used in radio circuits should never be coated with ordinary shellac. Shellac gum dissolved in wood akohol (not de natured alcohol) or a solution of collo dion applied in a thiu coat should be used to keep moisture out of the insulation. ihe six-volt storage battery lyincr idle filament of the tube and the cril or be tween the coil and the grid condenser. The failure of mi amplifier to function properly is often due to the fact that the "A" battery has been connected up with the polarity reversed. CRYSTALS HOLD THEIR OWN. MOODY RETURNS : mm WEST Northfield Schools Head Visits Many Former Students Less Expense lit Cost and Maintenance -(Jive Excellent Results. With hundreds of broadcasting sta tions, either installed or about to be thro'ighout the I'nited States, there is a movement, particularly in hint;' centers of population, toward the use of crystal sets in preference to vacuum tube sets. MUCH GRATIFIED WITH THEIR WORK Massachusetts to Enforce New Tail-Light Rule MONTPELIEK, Dec. 30. Secretary of State Black has received notice from the registrar of motor vehicles for the state of" -Massachusetts, that new ' regu lations concerning rear lights-on motor vehicles will go into effect January 1 and that these regulations will be en forced. The, regulations require that the lamp be so adjusted that it will plainly illumi- J nate the number plato so as to make it reauame iroin a instance oi at least liftv feet. . Mr. Black sjtys that motor vehicle driv ers trom tins state operating in the state in the automobile mav be used to light' ',u im cawfw J'1 a?"uu, f"l,e J? ' t-.. ... .1,., ...I.,,. : radio fans, are familiar with all the dim- Resumes Duties with Greater Enthus: nsm ami Strnno-oi rinfi.tnnia T?r firaev r.f Xnrttifl;l.l ... f r-i.r-i ..... f "f 's('bus.ts, should bear th:s 1:1 ncaej cf ort!infid I lan of Christian mind;a:.d govern themselves aoordimtly. the filaments of the tubes in your receiv ing set. " Some detector tubes require a grid leak while other do not. It will prob ably be worth while to experiment a bit with different values of leak resistance. Wooden panels painted with shellac and lampblack to imitate bakelite are a great source of trouble. Black paint is nearly as bad. Aerials attached to trees cause the sig nal from distant stations to fade out quite mysteriously on a windy night. The movement of the tree in the wind makes the aerial rise and fall. This movement chtTnges the capucity and con sequently the tuning ot the circuit. eultie-j that are encountered. When either the "A" battery or the "B" bat tery runs down, there is trouble and the trouble is not so easy for the amateur to find. When tubes burn out. there is additional expense and just lefore they burn out there is a great deal of distor tion, which prevents the hearer from receiving a perfect rendition of what is going on at the broadcasting station. In the case of the crystal set, however, the buyer makes his purchase for $15 or $2.", strings up his aerial, connects his ground lead,- adjusts the crvstaland ! immediately is able to "listen in." While i t is rrue tnat which is heard over the Kmrnw f t,. !.;..,, , k ...r. ' n aosoiuteiy laithtul ami harmful to the batterv. " (i.,,'. r i: . , The practi. e of usiff more plate vol- ,vi? ?f .? " I ,1lu?iai,Its have fYerl tage on amplifier tubes when the nmvll 'f 'ff! S( home8 .nn1 lt is fixation is not increased bv their u"e is , i ?l when an llnI,ortant a waste of good "IV batteries W llL?"? K . b""S When the v.,ln, r,F .. -iv i..,.. ...... nom arianon to miles up his crystal set rather than th falls to 18 volts i, u yi-. v,.!t i.i Z.i V i " ." Au" opf Varor s 'jnMf lie operator is tilTlt. tr, ronl.. . U .. . 1.1. "l- ...:.. I ,nn" " (uul llU a iresa vacuum tube set. With a good pair of ; i. -u p nones to nis cars and with a good liaKt- or crystal set the nncmlnr t exactness the Education In recent years the Northfield school have sent a representative to attend the annual club meetings of former students in different large centers in the East. such as New York, Philadelphia, Boston. Buffalo, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and as far wet as Chicago. This year an experi ment was tried with results that prove i most gratifying when W. R. Moody, president of the schools, and son of their founder, Dwight L. Moody, went to th' Far West. ..Beginning with Minn-npolis and St. Paul, Mr. Moody visited Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Cincinnati. Arrangements for each of those visit were made by local committees and in each place former students gathered ii: number from 14 to JX. The largest gath ering was held in Ias Angeles, where ' tornier s.tudents attended. In manv cjsc;; c. ,. t, . A .... aUenduiice invoK.-.l i.n.ev f rr,.,., SunJ:ine Society isits Town Home. these lamps should be used in order to comply, with the law. "The policy of the department toward tTie enforcement f this particular feature has not yet been' determined,, upon,'' says a department" statement, "but we ask tii" whenever jiew lamps are proenred, th el.oice be made from an approved list and we ask further that persons purchasin; mnv cars, see to it that the dealer equips" tne car witu one of such approved lampb before delivery. It would be much bet ter if every motorist owning a car wit I an unapproved rear lamp would promptly nake the change. Dealers should at onci pvt in n stock of new lamps. "As to the front lighting situation, w lind that there is considerable improve- The law of Vermont concerning re.ir ' ,n(,,lt throughout the state and that bui 'amps is as follows : "There shall be displayed on the rear of an automobile or motor vehi cle a red light risible from the rear. Tne rays of such rear light shall shine upon the number plate carried on the rear of such automobile or motor vehicle fnTnueh manner as" to render the numerals thereon visible for at least titty feet in the direct i'.n irom which such automobile or motor vehicle is proceeding." Tne automobile department would like to see the law generally complied with. lu-t only in the territory adjoining Mass- tew cars are now operating without sonic sort of a non-glare lens or dimming de vice. It should be understood, however that it is not enough to simply equip r car with a non-g'nre device, but pain should be taken to see that nothing bu' 21 -candle power lamps are used arid tha' these lamps are properly focused. There s no such thing as a non-glare device if the laniiis behind if are out of focus. If a .motorist doejr not know bow to properly focus bis lamps, any competent motor ve hide mechanic will be glad to show him It is possible that new legislation con cerning tion -glare devices will be askei1 for at the coming session of the I"C" acnusctts, but throughout the state. A tare, but we much prefer to have the d monstration of one of the approved torist take the situation into his own mir lamps properly, attached with uum-J r,,, nnd improve ocdition; volu fi ber plate will convince any motorist that ' tari'y." WEST BRATTLEBORO An aerial can o:;sily be too Ion?. A single wire more than l.V feet is usually Ut'nr with perfeci too long for broadest work.- I,,,.,,;,"' f ' Four xvi.- -in W 1 i .... i, '. .'. of H1US1C lour wires HO feet lonir do tiof n-nrL- nearly as well as one wire 120 feet Ions;. The addition of another 120-foot wire beside the first one makes very little, if any, difference in the received signal. hen a low, steady humming sound is beard in the phone and no music cau be brought in it is a sure sisrn of an open circuit. Usually the trouble is in me gnu circuit of the detecror tule. can tone With all its henntlfnl j snaouigs or he can hear the voice intona i - c-.i.vt riiuui laiwii i'i ioe sneaKer in i a manner quite unobtainable with tube reception. j .Ithis costs him no more than $1." to .2. for a complete outfit, including nijtenna equipment and telephone oti- replacements no thing to v ear out. no huttenj tn h., .... T . , , . . ' Ui.lf.T-, fit. n nines to 1H noil" it Hiitt if he ....5...wi . . - ------ - ' ' Piiiiriirii Kl.nlL",,n. U'- -ith reviving the nearby ation- h tnneo-ted at soZ' ! :UV'd '"jst him practically nothing for ----". ...it1i me npKeep 50 Years Ago Ilappenings of December, 1872, Taken from the Files tf Ihe Pitoenii BRATTLEBORO LOCAL Ti-,. t A. mi- niiioergarten n open -i .-.iM.-Mui-i, .j in. ... alter" tne hoiidav vacation. the first meeting of creditors in the bankruptcy ease of C. L. Sanderson was e.'o . tins liiorninfir in the ruin,;,.;.... i j i " -0.1111 iiioiiinig ni tne municipal 1 :';"Vrt tiy'V .Referee; in Biinkruptc 1 i John E. (Jale. Christmas morning was the coldest vet I T,!lfurtral of..,Frank A. Cook, wh. ".v....i, ,w,7, lUe i-oioesi vet, i ,i;,i ti i, -n V r. . " the mercury in this place l-mging from Is i , ' ,ruil,s,laJ'. W!1 !e held at 2 o'clock to 27 below zero in different localities I :U'"1,ii'- ; altcmoon at Mitchell's funeral ' I eme. Key. E.lwin P. Wood of Ail Souls Rev. Father Ilalpin, tie Catholic priest lately in charge of the P.ratt!eloro parish. c -.lurch will officiate and the bodv will b "ikeu Tuesday to Springfield (Vt.) for ouiiai. y On Sunday evening the Swedish Luth eran church. Rev. Oscar Cassling pas tor, will hoid a Watchnight service in the lurch from 0 o'clock until midnight. hen the new year will bo welcomed. Refreshments will be served. The usual inoriiinir service will tie i1.1 Tlw. J- i"e uratuecoro House on Sun 1 planning to hohl a New Year's service ua evening, the 22ud inst.. while seatedf i Monday evening, beginning at 7 IW in a chair. ! ,V'.H-k ' j t f, . .. - j '"be high school alunini dance in (.)(!! in the Uood Samariran teniptranee ; Fellows temple last night was fairly well meetings of late there has been a pretty ; offended and was an interesting" and fnSnrti,TrtU ' .Vn5r;n JP fl,vor ,f i I-lwwinR occasion. It Was under the man- . ? the law against the liquor traf-1 atjement of a committee of which EUz-.- ifl ticulMrly in the matter of Sunday ; Nchuenk was chairman. Before the i -T,r t m . Vs "V KlU that some- j d-uu-in various allege students spoke tiu.ig ull tome of it. j . oneei ning the wlleges which they at- j '; nd. telling the high scinx.l students The ('hristinas festival nt the Cowgre-' r'li,!KS wilic!i the latter might wish to Rational church Wednesday evening ! Ku"' l( 'hey conteuiplated attending col passed off finely. The audience room was '''e. l'hilip Wheeler spoke for Wesleyan beautifully trimmed and the supper was , !!iVt rsiI V- William Moreton for the Cni Jin elegant and suminuous affair. ilr. ve:--itv of Vermont. Helen Wo! worth C. 15. Rice received as a present a statu I Marion Laughton for, Middleburv nry group called "Playing !Xctor." Mis- j co!!ege and Howard Rice for Dartmouth Sprague received a purse containing t ',,!'KC. aooui and the pastor and teacher? : "M. P. Maurice of Rrattleboro. who re- were nl generously remembered. Among i cently argued a cas...in I nited States su the little ones, too, none were forgottn. j preme court, was in the city last eve- ning on different matters p'i tair.iiig to Wm. II. Rockwll, jr.. superintendent i i,is I-rr'fession. Mr. Maurice is much iu of the Vermont insane asvlum in 1 5,,,i'ed in the reeent decision haud-d this place has resigned. The" trustees I f,,,wn lv '.'be United States supreme have not yet accepted his resignation and ! ",ul't rt'!ative to the licensing of insur- lt is understood that Mr. Rockwell, whose ! :""'' companies in Arkansas, in which , - y - - "j ('at i io i ranee lor iu.s health and is iio-.v at Niw. Horace B. Edwards, son of F. C F.5- Wards of this piace nnd an employe of the 1 hcenix office, died very suddenly of on to 100 miles. The former students of the Xorthfieki c-cLoOi.s have maile a place tor tr.tiuseive.s n the communities Ot ttie West, both l:i ousiiiess and proi'essional works, as woo as m distinctly Ciiritian w.iru- Air .uoody lounu. in tlu citv of 1 leaver Mr .Moody tspoke in yiree cnurclies, eaca in a n. urismug condition, and each had for a pastor a Mount llernion student. In Minneapolis a Aorthtieid girl is secretary ot a large nnd flourishing V. C. a. and the United Charities a.-sociation there is under the direction of another Xorthfield girl. tU'he principal - laoora t r es ior diagnosis witti the lest equip ment in the cities of Portland and Seu'.ti -are under the direction of Mount 1 1 rirt n ou n, itiiU tne superintendent of the Phipps sanitarium for tubercular pa tients in Denver is also under the elficient direction of Dr. Ilolden. another Mount llernion boy. In ' business, the learned professions, in varied forms of welfare work, ts well -,H in distinctly Christian "i' -rk, Mr. Moody found former students f the schools rendering valuable service and standing h'gh in the esteem cf the community. lie met m all about '2Tu) former students on bis trip. It was in San Frar-eiseo that Mr. Moody saw a phase of Christian work of great interest. There a Miss Cameron of the Presbyterian Home Mission board, iih two Northfield girls as assistants, lias built a home for g'Hs on tre fringe f thinatowti. These Chinese girls are -old. Sometimes by . their parents, some times by their guardians, t men who, un der any, subterfuge, eek to bring them into thii country. Of course many are excluded, but far too many evade the watch of the federal officers, and then. 'is ctiatteiis ottheif owners. tIoy enter unon lives of sbi-.ioc. Miss C-nne;-o:i. brougii her I ie-i tenar-t s. i" ever --s-king to locate su'U ir'rls a:il free them from li.e toils which, through ignorance of lan truMge and American customs, they jre b. un.l to. This often involves coninli- c;:ted lenl procedure. f.r the tlai'a is I'KKle that they are tne lawful wives of heir owners, and threatened with vio lence, the t::r!s arc frequently intiin "dafed, .!:.! dire mt testify in court. It in the f.o-. (,f KUi'h trviti" cvoiditions that M'ss Cameron and i:er tv."o as-ist- :i!'s, Northfield girls, are carry in if on 'I-is o Me work. Across the bay from 'Fiv-o is a little home f-r Chitiese or nder Miss Cameron's care, where eh Idi-en. protected from the dmeoTv which confront their sisters, are brought "o in tiie atmosphere ot a , hr.stiaii 'i.e. It is in viewing the work in which N rtl:tii'ld stiul-'H's are engaged on the e-1 c st tout ha- mde .Mr. Mo.,lv let urn to his work feeling, as he saj s greater enthusiasm for the future and fo-iger confidence in the clSeaey of the mat's i f Christian education ad itted in The members of the family at the town home were furnished an enjoyable after noon yesterday, the occasion being thy annual Christmas visit of Sunshine so ciety, branch 1. About 'Si members of the society went to the home t carry cheer, both in the way of gifts and re freshments as well as arranging a pro gram of entertainment, which included a song by Alice McKay, dialog by Freder ick Houghton nnd Gerald Alien. Christ mas recitation by Harold Allen, dialog by Merle Butler,' Malcolm Bishop, Ruth Bishop and Betsey White. Mrs. W. L i-ifdlman presided at the piano while all joined in sinking old hours, which was greatly appreciated by the home famih. ei'th member of which was remembered with gifts. Refreshments consisted of sandwiches, cake and coffee. ning.' An x-ray disclosed a fracture of the small lKne in the left ankle. Prouty with William Grow and Grenville Wil cox were guests of Reginald Hamilton for the evening and the boys were look ing at the gun when one of tlieni acci dentally discharged it. " George Stewart of Bennington chief - engineer on the shipping board steamer West Hardaway, which -was towtd into Halifax. N. S., Wednesday by another shipping hoard vessel. Three weeks ago the fuel tanks on the West Hardaway., v. hb-h is an oil burner, gave out and since that time the ship had U-en buffeted by gales in the North Atlantic. It. was Kngiueer Stewart's -intention to spend Christmas with relatives in Ben nington. - . - Happy, New .Year - i Happiness presupposes peace of mind. . Savings well invested will contri bute to your peace of mind. We are here to help you to invest your savings safely and securely and at a good return. Vermont Investment Room 1 Corporation American Building A certificate of approval of th" char ter of thf new Lyndonville Savings Banks and Trust Co. lias been given by Bank Commissioner George B. Carpen ter, which has been filed with the secre tary of srate, accompanying the original B. P.. Corbet t was obliged to shoot one j articles of incorporation. The hank will of his team horses yesterday as it was ! have a capital stock of .7.",0O') and the partially paralyzed. " j far value of ?10l. The bank connnis- TOin t:.iwi ,t....M.. "m; ci,.;, ! sioner has certified that the establish- tine J.oyd, of Wilmington, are guests ot his sister. Mrs. P. M. Davis and tamily. Louise and Floyd Fellows returned Saturday troni n week's vacation in Brookline with their sisier. Mrs. Oscar t.twrence. Miss I.tl'.el Anderson, who spent the holiday at her home in Florida. Mass.. has returned to tue homo of her sister, j Mrs. John Atkinson. i metit of the lunik will promote the gen eral good of the state. The incorpora tors are II. K. Folsom. G. M. Campbell. F. B. Du4nel. W. 1. Riley of Lyndon ville nnd B. A. Darling of Bast Burke and others. he Northfield schools. SARAH BERNHARDT ACTiVH. osumpti-n of the post, -at the" time ol the accident to bis father last spring was intended to be only temporary will remain in charge until after the comple tion of certain coutPinplated improve ments to be made the coming season. ! the highest court of the hi nil held tli.it the Aikansus Int.- taxing insurance com panies that are no? licensed to do busi ness in Arkansas a fee of five per -ent of the premiums written in on busin-ss in that state is u neons! itu ' ional and be holds that Vermont Inu- whieli in -i tun I mt ii-nt tax. based, be claims, on thr I V l .. 1 rr , , ... tist church was a very grand affair On 1 "V i ".' ,s, ' wy the outside of the church waf a rans!S:; ,,I ,1,",S"1!V V" m-enil, p.m.ncy in the form of n large k"t - In ! '' ' ' a M'".'!!,r ,'"s' .,h' Vm,,", .uV v.. ..fll uca ni tne l.ip- i Arkniisns stm.. the main audience room five large trees t Orl lllllluf t tt itll (Tlf t.i r, .. n - l. l lire pulpit platform and a stand of ' "W ''i" S'?'U" V"' -"w ,0,,s'."n shelves erected for the purpose. Mr. j "s ,:Mr' "urice enjoys. Montpelic. George K. Higbi' the Sunday school ; Ar"s- . supenntenoent with a Kogers Mutuary i- The funeral of Miss Marv IVlIerin gtxiup, Ihe Council of War. A beautiful who died Thursday, was held at 5 o i- o k tea set was given Rev. L. J Mattison this morning in St. Michael's Cnih und wife. Ihe Foundling, another Rogers i0lic church. Rev. James P. Rand saving s-attiHry group was given .fa..b Fstey ; funeral mass. The service was h.r'j;elv b bis class VP. (.base received from :1tter;ded, members of the La die- faiho- l5 o -aMi H ovHu.uu. I,,, uer.evolent association aid of the chromo. laith and Hone. Nearly every j , -hiidl...n u iI:,rjr S;Kl:lIi,v lt,.ine s .a . i teacher received si, me elegant present tn . 5n a M KlvlovvtA (,j the Vern on silTl or .Hiromos After che present j Na,ional ',)ailk bv -which Miss Pe 1 le n were distributed the people adjourned ,rt . employed, also attended. The b ria mrT C3k,'- 0vCr I "ok Pla'ce in St. Michael's tnieterThe IAI persons were , bearers were James Baker, Daniel j Lyons, Iawrence Sheehan. Harold Guilford: The teai-her in school d is- I Shea. James Long and Joscnii Austin, trict No. Ji, Miss K. M. IIole.. was the I The pall bearers were Misses Ixiretta recipient of a nice album and a copy of i Baker, Marion Miles, Elizabeth Griffin. Tupper's poems from her scholars, as Anna Fleming, Marguerite Hans an.i Christmas present. i Alii-e Manning. Those here from out of . town to attend the funeral were Mrs. Jacksonville: An inhibition for the j ' ' j . . "l Jlrs,' rn" benefit of the Jacks-n v ilie cornet b mcl ! 'tl ,',,Vr,.n. 8 "" husband, whs held The exercis.vs the ban Ten Nights in a Bar Room and a farov Declares if She Rests Ux I-ong She Will Not live Must Play W?clnes!lay. PARIS. Doe. :u. (Associated Press.) - Vv'hciher Sarah Bernhardt, who an-Tio.jiM-e.l emphatically yestenhiy that she w.-.s -tVr from beinj: tinished" iitkI would return to Ler b; loved stage next Wednes daii. c:in persuade her physicians that s'o is r-;iily for the openii-.w nrforuiane of "I'ii Sujet De Rom;!u" seems prob lematical. The actress's -l!a(ise is aMributrd to over work rather than to organic rihuent. but although she has set her heart on tesniiiliig her work as soon as po.--sib'e, doctors ami friends le;ievo it may be 'necessary to keep-J,er fron; t!ie theatre i v. hi'o longer. "If I rested too bunr I wouldn't live" I'. 'rnhardt assert i d. S'ic ev j.hj jni..j sli- lu-d promised Sacha Guitry,- nut hor of her new play, that she would he re.;dy to tu't Wednesday evening. "I shall be there", iie added. "You cm bet on it." PLAN $tl,Ki).K BRIDGE. of the Jacksonville cornet b ind ! ' ) , ' I1,'ri ' K n 7 "'"1 busbuud, Id in Glen hall on the lKth inst. rs Anthony Page all of Man- ercis.vs cousist.sS of -elections by 'V'. -. ' V'-'"1 5,1s 'Miir:on Mll,s id. songs, etc., the drama entitled i"'"'gtie1d. Mass. T C-Kiiird Mmhr-tlan with BrooUlyn Sixth Structure Across East River. NEW YORK. Dec. PA 1'1-ins for a new bridge across the East River at an estimated, cost of 41 .tK,!X), to extend from East Ninth street. Manhattan to North Fourth street Brooklyn, were sub mitted to the board of estimate ami ap portionment yesterday hv Groyer A. Whab'ii, commissioner of plants and structures. Thc"jiroposed ffn:c?ure would !o the sixth span across the lust River. ertitled Put Him Out. The ball wss well tilled and the audience showed its appre ciation by frequent applause. The net profits were about ?vS'. J The automobile registration d.'part t menf of the secretary of state's ofiiee re- ports it is getting complaints from people Arrol Bellows is running the lig sa j ,mt n'-t their openitors' and registration for the D. J. Smith cvrpoMt ton. 1 his . , ,vrtifi,.atM Tl, denartiuerU advises 'f lou.iu sca.n uiai ie i.as oeen i n . ..t the envelopes containing the nam- chsrge of the:r sawin-. -o- - brr'"' plates 'also tiaV a ""smaller 'envelop. Mr. and Mrs. Harry WnsLbain and Mttached to the outside in which is a son. Rene Jacques, rcturuM today tu ! Nma!l window through which the receiv tf.e;r home in Hanover. N. II.. alter re-i o,,, n.l !.).hr . lu.nwn Tt, training since Christmas his sister, j operators' and registration .ertificates Mrs. Hugh .oodc.ll. . re in this smaller envelope. It U D. II. Smith went Thu1-.-lav in his I thought that persons take the nnmlK-r Ford roadster to Newfaiie to install a 'plates from the l.lrger envelope .-rad then milking machir.e. In toe meantime theU.,.ow ( away. ' now fell so heavily that when he started for home Friday he encountered snot: j drifts that be burned out the bearing in 1 TL'TNEY. ids car and had to be towed to the- gar i age. Due to the lack of train service h j lon.i!d Holt is spending a week of his was forced to wait until n's tearr, driven I vacation with his uncle. George Holt. ey Kay Austin, appean-.t to.ii.y to take j There will be a regular meeting of the L'.m a. -i his car i om j L;Hi;es Aid society Tuesday, Jan. 2. I Mr. and ..Irs. S. It. Davis spent Christ ! tnas with Mrs. C. B. Hadwen of Rocking- bank. For th second time within a year. There will be it military whist party Joseph Willett. IS, whose parents live j OI u.iy evening, .ran. 1. given by the in Hubbardton. has been sent in the Mate J Eastern Star, in lower Masonic hall. reformatory school at Vergennes. Willett! t.-.,..i cj it.,..- -i-n..,;... . ... . , , . ., -i I . 1 J l II ' .J . ll'MlV . . llili 11m . . '.I pit '.lll.t I" H'H.lllh III' ' tl'll UtHln 1 at the store ion. The boy Lre years at the institution. I! i i : : II Hi Start the New -Year ..Right y Get 6 Interest on Your Savings " Resolve NOW to set r.ide a certain part of your income (at least JO'f ) for investment put-pews during 1923. The storv of the old man with no money saved and iicsted is too v.e!l known to need repeating bcie. Our PARTIAL-rAYMENT.PL.lN W2S originated to help you sr.ve money. lis terms are go liberal that the very slight btitiaihe needed on your pait to do so is no effort at all. We have made it not only easy, but also very profitable for yon to suve and invest a few dol lars now and then, ns will be noted by the following table which sLovs v.hat a cert-cin eui e?eh month $10 is taken for an example di vested bt Partial Payment Receipts, BEARING Gt INTEREST, will do: ' .Interest for 9 months at 6f, $ .15 .Interest for S months at 6r, .4 .Interest for 7 months at ti"f. 1st Payment of $10 . , 2nd Payment of $10 . , 3rd Payment of $lt ., ith Payment of 510 ...interest for 6 mcnths at 6Cr, i-tli layment of S10 ...Interest for 5 months at Gr1r. Cth Payment of SlO ...Interest for 4 months at 6'". Interest for 3 months at 6rc, .Interest for 2 jnonths at 6rf, .Interest for 1 month at Gff, 7th Payment of Si: Kth Payment of ?I0 'Jill Pavmer.t of Sia 10th Payment cf $10 .35 .25 Jiil .tr, .tr $100 ?2.25 VERMONT NEWS. 'Vf V' i e 'tit , , , j visited her parents. Mr. nd Mrs. II. G. of ( . 1.. ( ony at Hubbard- Sli.Ith Thursday, returning home Pii y is scntenceil trom one to j t,.V I'ichnrd Prouty, soii of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. I'routy of Newport and student of WilbrahanV-, preparatory school. ns ueci c'entally shot in the leg Wednesday cve- The Fortnightly club met Friday af ternooji witli Mrs. (Jeorge Martenis. Papers on Home, by Mrs. 1). J. Smith., and on Michael Angelo. by Miss Bessie P.raley, were read. !i j! ill Hi HI Hi U PAKTIA L-PA YM KN T-PLAN IS NOT A NEW, fXTRIKn KIM EXT. NOIl A (iKT-Kiril-OrirK srilFAIf! IT IN Slt CKSSFU, (;Pt:itATION I5Y US FOR SEVEKAI, : : j : i : I'pon complelioii of the 10th payment, according to the above fable, yoti become the onrr of a !90 ( OLLATEIiAL Tltl'ST BOND a form of bor.il that has been issued and guaranteed bv the VER MONT LOAN AND lit EST COMPANY continuously "since KSSS, during width time there has been NO LOSS OK DElllY OF ANY INTEREST OR PRINCIPAL. PAYMENT written for either five or ten years, as clcsirrd, and bearing the current rate cf interest pre vailing on them at time issued (the present rate is 6'r ; ii b-s bi-eo as high as 7 ). You a!sn receive 2.23 cash for the-interest that has been aceurnulat.r.g on your naymeuis. Ol EXPE HE EN - is ?i..r., VIJ tl)VU. tor every payment t? issue a himpie rece.pi. wiucn stales t!Vit your monev draws inter est Et Q (or whitover is the current rate) IN FlEE,frwr.t date re ceived to date of settlement. While this arrangement works out best by making payments at regular intervsls, you are under obligation to t:o so. Coi.dd snv dan be simpler? Or more liberal? RKMEMIJER. THERE ARE NO STRINGS A TTACJ "ED TO IT NO INTEREST TO PAY NO ITNES TO P')I HER NO RED-TAPE TO CUT. " Jn buying a COLLATERAL TRUST P.OND 3011 are getting a ROND WITH A PEDIGREE one with a clean record of 34 yeers back of it. COLLATERAL 1RUST PONDS were formerly sold only fur cash, and although hnn-lret's are still sold that way, it is not now necessary to wait ur.til you luve saved $ll?0 or more before investing, losing interest in the meantime, as otir Pint provides an ersy way for you to buy then ly Partial-Payments.' PET YOER LAZY MONEV TO WORK EOR YOE. TEN DOLLARS OPENS AN ACCOUNT. TODAY IS A-GOOD TIME TO IIEGIN. Vermont Loan and. Trust-Company ERATTLEROEO, .VERMONT V. 11 PUTNAM, Sales Manager 1923 STAIiT THE NEW YEAR RIGHT PAINT AND PAPER UP" YOUR HOUSE i Make a home out of it. The winter months are quiet and we can do your work on short notice. Next spring you will wait many weecs for your turn. ' YVc Carry a Complete Line of Paint, Wall. Paper and Varnish, also Window Shades. WALTER F. SPEAR 1?, Elliot Street Brattlehoro's Exclusive Paint and Paper Store Suited the Subject. "This isn't a very ood picture of your baby brother, is it?" said the visitor. "No." replied five-year-old Alice. "Hut, then, he nin't a very good bnby." Stray Stories. The recnbir monthly meeting of tb- c.arnient Workers union will bo held ini f. A. 11. lifill iwvt wmtL- w;.i..,- , i S Jan. .". " 2."ii 1 - 1 1 . a " 1 P.jgasse is the residue of the RHjar cane nftt r the c.-inp hn.s been crushM ' find the. fuig.ir-containiiig juice l'as been so.neeze.-i out of it. In a iui!l in Lui.si nni buguse is now treated with chemi cals, pulped cd then rolled imo boards that, when dry, make a very acceptable substitute for lumber. - I Am Showing the New Srjles Tor Fall and Winter Suits : and Overcoats In fine woolens Prices ' lower. Thirty-six years' business evneri ence in sellintt line Cnstom-Made riothes tnr Rrattleboro niexns the Rest there is in tailoring for yon. It will n-v yon to call on me as I can save you money on all orders. WALTER H. IIAIGII S3 WasIJnston Siscel Tcclh Teeth Teeth At V -5 . I' AX V ii A Vir. Fred F. Rirkell. the New .Methol Ie-tist. uisbes tit anno-mra to the citizens of Rrattleboro hat for 3 short time he will mrsoe !ts Best $23 Set of Teeth for ?15 These teeth are the same euality teeth that den tists' charce S3r to- S-Vt a set and guaranteed. Tfplh Extracted Without Pain. Only one visit to his office is necessary to be fitted hy his new method. Oold Crowns and Bricteework. For appointment call phone Walnut 38:J, or write. ft irai' it.i.nirmT, iwv.i-i t in c-. wmr jji rx'1 Brattlebofo's leading citizens. DR. FRED F. BICKELL 115 State Street The New Mrthud Dentist Phone Walnut SH2 SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Why These Arctics ear Longer Top Notch Arctics won't give out at the heel first like moit arctics do. They have the famous Clincher Cushion heel which lasts as long as the sole and doubles the life of the arctic. Tliis Red fore 4 -buckle arctic has the famous non slip sole .which takes a "stranglehold" on slippery surfaces. It 13 made of the best quality red rubber. ; Come in and let us fit you out for the stormy weather with these Erctic3 which will wear better than any you ever had. Baldwin's Boot Shop Fred F. Clark, Prop. 34 Main Street " Telephone 36-W ' all ii! C: f i I It i! 1 1 J - ! J i I ! ' Hi It . 5 ! : 1 . 1 m m : 3 1! I I ill Ji: t'.t 7 n